The Panama American

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

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Panama -- Panama

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

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University of Florida
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Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country it $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTX-MXTH VEAR
PANAMA, B, P., FEU)AX, AUGUST 17, 1951
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Expert Says Italy Can*t
Claim OSS Pair For Trial
(NBA Newsmap)
WHERE "A NEW WIND IS BLOWING" Map shows the ranges of the two types of balloons
released In Munich by International antl-Communlst organizations to carry messages of "hope
and encouragement" to Iron Curtain countries. The balloon with the longer range carried the
message that "a new wind Is blowing."
New Kaesong
Truce Group
Starts Happily
PEACE CAMP, Korea. Aug. IT
(UP) The newly appointed ar-
mistice subcommittee conferred
In Kaesong for more than four
hours today.
(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
LAUNCHED FOR FREEDOM Harold E. Stassen, president
of the University of Pennsylvania, launches a plastic "pillow"
balloon from Munich In the campaign to carry messages to
the people behind the Iron Curtain. Word Svaboda stenciled
on the balloon Is Czech for "freedom."
Holiday Trains
Crash In England
NEWCASTLE, England, Aug. 17
(UP) Horrified station crowds
here today saw two electric
trains, packed with holiday-
makrs for Britain's east coast
beaches, crash In Newcastle Cen-
tral station.
At least three persons were
killed and 23 injured.
CIO's Ed Welsh
Leaves For Washington
Ed Welsh, CIO International
Representative assigned to the
Canal Zone left for Washington
by air this morning to confer on
the local rate retirement bill.
William A. Sinclair will repre-
sent the International office dur-
ing Welsh's absence.
Jamaica Alerted
For Hurricane
MIAMI, Florida, Aug. 17.
(UP)Janiiira and the Cay-
man Islands have been warned
to take hurricane precautions.
A small but Intense hurricane
Is whipping westward across
the Caribbean Sea towards that
area.
Soviet Delegates
Cet U.S. Visas
MOSCOW, Aug. 17 (UP) The
United States Embassy here to-
day granted visas to 33 8ovlet
delegates detailed to attend the
Japanese Peace Treatv confer-
ence In 8an Francisco Sept. 4:
It apparently mad* some pro-
gress to breaking the three-week
deadlock over where the truce
line should lie between the ar-
mies fighting the Korean war.
The two United Nations and
two Communist representatives
on the subcommittee declined to
comment on the result of their
meeting, but emerged from their
conference room in Jovial mood.
United States Maj. Gen Henry
Hodea. Deputy Chief of Staff of
the 8th Army and chief North
Korean delegate Maj. Gen. Lee
Sang Cho posed for pictures to-
gether.
The other two delegates. Uni-
ted States Rear Admiral Arlelgh
Burke and Chinese Maj. Gen.
Hsleh Fang, bellevedly the brains
of the Communist ceasefire de-
legation, also appeared in good
spiHu.
Both sides were believed to
have rr^un the search for a mu-
tually acceptable ceasefire and
armistice buffer zone in a mood
to compromise.
Only a few hours earlier the
Communists' Peiplng Radio said
for the first time that the Reds
were willing to make adjustments
in their demand that the buffer
zone should be along the 38th
parallel.
The United Nations high com-
mand had earlier expressed its
willingness to make adjustments
in its proposal for a ceasefire a-
long the present front, which in
some places is 30 miles north of
the 38th parallel.
Woman, 60, Brought Back To
Life 29 Minutes After Death
GREENSBORO, North Carolina, Aug. 17 (UP).A wo-
man, aged 60, who died on the operating; table was today
reported in a fairly goed condition after being revived
by two surgeons 29 minutes after her heart stopped.
Doctors said it was the longest anyone had ever gone
without a heartbeat and survived.
The woman Is still not out of danger.
She was being given an anesthetic for minor surgery
yesterday when she suffered s> heart attack.
Doctors who were in the next room preparing for the
operation dashed to her side, opened her cheat, and took
tarns at massaging the exposed heart.
They also injected adrenalin and procalne directly
into the. heart.
Ex-RP Cabinet Ministers
Released On $1,000 Bail
The Fourth Circuit Court Judge
of the District of Panam, Man-
uel Burgos, this morning signed
a resolution granting temporary
freedom to several political pris-
oners after they had posted bail
of $1,000 each.
The prisoners were among the
!;roup held after the May 10 vio-
ence which followed the arbi-
trary constitutional changes of
May 9.
Freed today were former Min-
ister of Labor, Social Prescience
and Public Health, Mrs. Maria
Santodomlngo de Miranda, for-
mer Minister of Education Cris-
tbal Adn de Urrlola, former
Minister of Public Works Celso
Carbonell, Guillermo Rodrguez,
Bonifacio Lopez Rudas, Leonor
Atenclo Gonzlez Santos, Jorge
Rubn Rosas, Juan de Dios Pov-
eda and Francisco Jos Linares.
Judge Burgos based his action
on the fact that the Penal Code
and not Legislative Decree No.
11 of 1949 deals with constitu-
tional irregularities.
"Therefore," said Judge Bur-
gos, "the penaltyin ease of con-
viction for those Implicatedla a
prison term.
"Our laws clearly define that
wrongdoers accused who face a
probable prison term have a
Heat Toll In
Texas: 36 Dead
DALLAS, Aug. 17 (UP)The
death roll from the vlclou
Texas heat wave stood at 36
today.
No relief was in sight as 100
degree temperatures ruled
throughout the State.
Dallas and Fort Worth reach-
ed 107 degrees. Houston had a
comparatively cool 100.
Forest fires are adding to the
misery in Southeast Texas
where crops are already wilt-
ed by drought.
Gen. Bathhurst Flies
Back to Puerto Kico
Brig. Gen. Robert M. Bathurst.
and his aide Capt T. V. McKeon
left the Panama area yesterday
afternoon. They had arrived In
the Canal Zone, Aug. 10, at Al-
brook Air Force Base, and are re-
turning to Puerto Rico.
New Information On Russian A-Bombs
Forces 'Drastic Changes In US Plans
right to freedom under ball re-
gardless of the prison term."
"The Penal Code states that
whatever the penalty defined,
there is no right to freedom for
those held for less than three
months in wrongdoings of this
nature (Articles I and IV of Book
II of the Penal Code)."
Teodoro Brln's request to post
ball was denied because he has
not been held for three months
yet.
Guillermo Rodriguez (alias Ga-
llito) has not been freed because,
according to Police Chief Col.
nemOn, lie is being neia unuei
uraers of District Attorney J. M.
Vsquez Diaz in connection with
the shootings and bloodshed ol
May 10.
Galo Plaza Asks
Ecuador To Stand
Firm In Crisis
QUITO, Aug. 17 (UP) Ecua-
doran Air Force planes Hew
over various parts of the coun-
try today scattering leaflets
containing President Galo Pla-
za's message appealing to the
citlzentry to remain tranquil in
the current Peru-Ecuador bor-
der controversy.
Galo Plaza's message said:
"Ecuadoreans.
"The nation Is united and
vigilant in face of the news of
border Incidents.
"The Government considers
we must confidently await a
quick and satisfactory settle-
ment of the situation.
"The Government has re-
quested an International mili-
tary commission to visit the
frontier as soon as possible and
contribute to the restoration of
peace and tranqullity."
Ex-Parachutist
Reveals Group
Disliked Major
EDITOR'S NOTE: Former
T/Sgt. Arthur P. Claramico-
11, 30, now a Mllford, Mass.,
factory worker, parachuted
with Maj. William V. Holo-
ban into Italy on the OSS
mission that led to Bolo-
han's murder. In the follow-
ing dispatch, Ciaramicoli
tells his recollections of the
events preceding the major's
death.
BY LOUIS CASSELS
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP)
The United States is making
"drastic" changes In its civil de-
fense plans on the basis of new
intelligence report sindlcatlng
that Russia has bigger A-bombs
than previously believed. It was
disclosed today.
Civil defense administrator
Millard F. Caldwell told a House
Appropriations Subcommittee In
newly-released testimony that
his agency Is overhauling all Its
plans in the light of "certain vit-
al and new Information from the
central intelligency agency con-
cerning Russian capabilities."
The information, he said, "In-
dicates that we can expect a
much heavier type of weapon"
than the early-model/A-borabs
that demolished Htosjlhlma and
Nagasaki, Japan.
His cryptic remark also could
be Interpreted to mean that offi-
cials believe Russia is working on
a hydrogen superbomb. But
Caldwell made no reference to
H-bombs.
Caldwell urged prompt approv-
al of a $535.000,000 appropria-
tion for civil defense, and served
notice that he probably will be
back for still more money soon.
He said flatly that he is "not
satisfied with the progress" be-
ing made In preparing American
cities for the holocaust of an at-
omic raid, and blamed Congress
for the public apathy.
By refusing to grant the civil
defense funds he requested last
year, Caldwell said, Congress
"discouraged what little Interest
had been aroused" in state and
city programs.
He said that "in our present
time of unawareness and unpre-
paredness" six A-bombs dropped
on six separate cities would
cause 1,000,000 casualties and
"would so shock and benumb the
American public that the very
will to fight and win could be
lost."1
"Production would be stagger-
ed if not stopped cold" by such
an attack, he said.
Caldwell said the press, radio,
television and other news media
have gone "out of their way" to
arouse the public on civil defense
and "have already spent far more
money" In terms of space and
time than the federal, state and
local governments combined.
But he said states and cities
simply will not put large
amounts of their own money and
effort into the program until they
are convinced that the federal
government takes the problem
"seriously." The only way they
can be convinced of that, he said,
Is for Congress to vote substan-
tial sums to get the program roll-
ing.
Caldwell said federal spending
on civil defense during the fiscal
Sear 19S1 totaled $2,417,831 "less
an the cost of one B-30 bomb-
er, and about the same as the
cost of a single radar installa-
tion."
He said It is "impossible" to es-
timate what the final cost of an
adequate program will be. but
that $3.000.000.000 probably Is
"far too low" a figure.
Caldwell did not elaborate on
his brief statements about the
new intelligence reports on Rus-
sia's A-bomb capabilities. A pam-
phlet issued by the national se-
curity resources board last week
said that Russia Is giving A-
bomb production "top priority"
and that its stockpile probably
(Continued on Page 6. Cot. 1)
US Copper Released
To Meet Defense
Production Needs
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP)
President Truman today au-
thorized the release of up to
25.000 tons of copper from the
national stockolle to meet de-
fense production needs.
This Is intended to overcome
the current shortage, caused
mainlv by the strike of CIO
United Steel Workers at the
Oarflrtd. Utah plant of the
American Smelting and Refin-
ing Company.
Russia's Sub
Fleet 15 Times
Size Of Hitler's
WASHINGTON. Aug. 17-r-
(UP) Navy Secretary Dan
Kimball estimated today that
Russia has 15 times as many
submarines as Germany had
at the start of World War II.
bat he did not give any fig-
ures.
It has been previously dis-
closed that Germany went
Into World War II with about
2t actfte submarines.
Klmball's estimate would
thus pat the Russian sub
fleet at about 300.
MILFORD, Mass., Aug. 17
i UP)I was completely surpris-
ed when I read today that Ma-
jor Holohan had been murdered.
None of us ever liked him but
it never struck me that Lodolce
or Icardi could have been In-
volved In anything like that.
Holohan and Icardi were shov-
ed In with us at the last minute
Just before we took off to Join
the guerrillas. We didn't think
the major knew what he was
doing right from the start.
Holohan didn't speak Italian.
That was 90 per cent against
him right off the Vbat. You
couldn't move behind those lines
unless you could talk to the
people.
'I don't think Holohan moved
out of the house on Lake Orta
once after we got there. We Just
sat around. That's why Captain
GiarinoI forget his first name
but he came from Indianaand
I went up to Demodossola. We
wanted to get things started.
Then we heard that Holohan
was killed.
We tried to get back to Lake
Orta but the Germans were
clamping down and the Captain
and I escaped to Switzerland.
When we got back to OSS
headquarters at Siena I saw
Lodolce. We were buddies. I
thought he was a swell guy.
Lodolce told me that the ma-
or had been killed In an attack
on the house at Lake Orta.
We knew he must be dead. I
always thought something like
that might happen.
I took it for granted Holohan
wouldn't get out anyway. He
was an older man and he didn't
belong behind the lines. You
had to take your chances in
there.
We got a lot done after that.
I went back behind the lines
and we got things going. But I
never went back to Lake Orta.
Holohan had gnts, but he
didn't know what was going on.
We all knew that the Commun-
ists weren't supposed to get
arms.
We always had money to op-
erate. But I'rn positive there
was no $100.000 with us. We
may have had $25,000 at the
most.
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP) Italian law expert
Robert Borghese said here today that the two former U;
Army intelligence agents charged with murdering thu
commanding officer of their World War II secret mission
could not be extradited to Italy.
He said the 1868 Itulo American extradition treatv
specifically prevents the extradition of American citizens
from the United States.
The Novara, Northern Italy, Court of Assizes bar.
asked Italian authorities to request the extradition of Ex-
Lt. Aldo Icardi, of new York and Ex-Sgt. Charles D. Lo-
dolce of Rochester, New York, on charges of slaying thei
commanding officer Major William V. Holohan, 40, of Nev
York, behind tbe German lines in Northern Italy in 1944.
But in Rome a legal expert at
the United States embassy said
he believed the pair could be ex-
tradited.
The United States civil courts
cannot act against them because
the alleged crime was committed
In a foreign country.
Military courts have no Juris-
diction since both men have
been honorably discharged.
The Novara court said Icardi
and Lodolce had been named in
the confessions of two Italian
partisans held on charges of com-
plicity in the murder.
The defense Department said
yesterday that Holohan. Icardi
and Lodolce parachuted into
Northern Italy with $100,000 In
gold, United States currency and
Swiss francs.
The department said the arm:*
started an Investigation in 194J
when it was learned Icardi had ft
considerable amount of money in
his possession.
However Icardi has said thr
misslon never received a total
even approachlr" $100,000.
Icardi. who left his Job with
Panagra In New York yesterday,
and returned to his parent In
Pittsburgh, said the possibility o!
his standing trial in Italv Is u
farce.
At Rochester today Lodolce re-
pudiated an alleged confessloi.
and said he has had no part lu
the slaying.
He said: "The War Departmen
and the Office of Strategic Serv-
ices have my complete story. Ij
Is up to them to reveal it."
Britain's Steel Industry
Back on Rationed Status
LONDON, Aug. 17 (UP)
Britain's sorely tried steel in-
dustry, subjected In rapid suc-
cession to nationalization,
wholesale firings of executives,
and shortages of raw materials,
today ran Into rationing
troubles.
The Ministry of Supply an-
nounced that carbon steel would
be rationed starting Dec. 3.
Carbon steel represents 95 per
cent of all steel used in Brit-
ain. .
Only 16 months ago the steel
Industry, then in private hands,
was released from wartime ra-
tioning.
It was then producing at a
rate of 18595,000 tons yearly.
The Labor Government na-
tionalized the Iron and steel
Industry last February In the
most bitterly criticized legisla-
tion of its six years In power.
Since then production has
Inmates Dragged
Out Of Burning
Insane Asylum
MELBOURNE. Australia. Aug.
17 (UP)Some 300 male patients
at Beechworth asylum Were
dragged panic-stricken from
their locked rooms today a few
minutes before the blazing top
story of tbe building collapsed In
a $120,000 fire.
dropped to a rate of about 18,-
000,000 tons yearly. This drop,
came Just as steel demands ros'
to meet Britain's $Ul6,0O0,00C
three-year rearmament pro-
gram.
The slipping production ap-
peared to be a cold war pheno-
menon rather than any In-
herent shortcoming of nation-
alization.
Production has been hit by
the reduced Imports of iron ore
and steel scrap n e e d e-
throughout the gorld for slr.fc
lar defense programs,
-------------.---------,-----------.
O. L. Coffin Goes
To Warm Springs
For Polio Care
Otis L. Coffin, a retired Nay>
employe and a victim of polio-
myelitis will fly to the Warm
Springs Foundation, Warts
Springs, Georgia, tor further
treatment lt was disclosed today.
Fifteenth Naval District Over-
seas Transportation Office has
arranged passage for him on
MATS. Flight C16 which leaves
Albrook Air Force Base this af-
ternoon. After his arrival at
Brookley Air Force Base, Mobile,
Alabama, he will be met by a re-
presentative of the Travelers Aid
Society and further transporta-
tion to the Warm Springs Foun-
dation will be provided. ,
Coffin arrived In the Zone In
1946 and became a Navy employ*
(in 1950. He was retired from Na-
i val employment in February 1931
on total disability.
TWO PASSENGERS were seriously Injured last night when a bus which Panama police said
was being driven at an excessive speed crashed into a concrete mixer on the Juan Diaz road.
The bus (above) was split in two by the impact. Police also reported that driver Mata Gon-
zalez was intoxicated at the time of the crash. He was only slightly injured. The injured pas-
sengers were Carlos Alberto Gonzalez, 24, and Eustado Murlllo, 27. Wreckage was strewn ovaf
a wide area. *""


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FIUDAY, AUGUST 17, 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
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Great White Fleet
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Arrives
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S.8. Chirlquf ...................................Sept. 8
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S.S. Cape Cod .............\.............,.......Aug. 21
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Shipping & AirLine News
"S.S. Santa Barbara"
Arriving Monday
The Grace Line's passenger ship
Santa Barbara is arriving Mon-
day from South America on her
way to New York. Aboard the
ship are Dr. Davis McCahan, a
professor of the University of
Pennsylvania, C. W. Stuke. an
official of Chile's branch of An-
aconda Copper Co.
Reduced Foreign Buying
Reported in Shipping Magazine
According to the latest issue
of Pacific Shipper, there was the
bigger overall spectre of reduced
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Bridge players are usually at
their best when playing with old
friends. They meet various com-
mon and uncommon hazards and
learn how to handle them as a
partnership. That is why bridge
tournaments are usually won by
' players who both come from the
same city. They have had the
j best possible chance to develop a
I partnership by playing together.
I When the Eastern States Cham*
plonahlp was held In New York
! this year, one of the titles was
won by an unusual combination
Aron Baron, of Chicago, play-
ing with Phil Olobach. of Brook-
lyn. The boys had little chance
to develop a partnership, but they
1 certainly gave a good account of
themselves.
When today's haxitTwas played
in that tournament. Olobach
opened a trump from the West
hand. Declarer drew three rounds
of trumps and then finessed the
queen of clubs. On this trick Ba-
ron dropped the nine of clubs
stum the East hand.
Dummy continued by cashing
the ace of clubs, and Baron com-
pleted his echo by dropping the
seven of clubs. This was the tip-
off to Olobach, who promptly
dropped his king of clubs.
Declarer decided that West had
no more clubs, so he cashed the
ace of diamonds and put West In
with the king of diamonds. Now
West produced the eight of clubs,
which went to East's jack. The
heart return from the East hand
gave the defenders two more
tricks to set the contract.
South would have made his
contract If West had kept the
king of clubs In his hand. Dum-
my would then lead a third round
of clubs, putting West In with the
king. If West then leads dia-
monds, South loses no trick In
that suit; and if West leads a
heart. South loses only one heart
trick.
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foreign buying which foreign
trade and banking circles record-
ed with concern three weeks ago.
Heavy spottiness was apparent
in the Latin American berth
trades In addition to the seasonal
slackness in Inbound coffee ship-
ments. The Mediterranean was
reported "particularly bad" for
outbound shipments; Inbound
cargoes from there have never
figured prominently. The UK-
North Continent range was re-
ported to be holding firm. .
Panagra's Representative
Returns to Panama
Mr. Harold J. Eby, Snior Re-
presentative of Panagra in Pan-
ama, has Just returned from a
business trip to Barranqullla,
Cartagena, Bogota, Call and Me-
dellln.
Typographical Union
Head Takes Stand
Against Wage Freeze
ATLANTA, Aug. 17 (UP)Pres-
ident Woodruff Randolph of the
International Typographical Un-
ion (AFL) asserted today that the
wage stabilization board "ex-
ceeded Its authority" In freezing
wages in the newspaper industry.
Randolph, here for the ITU's
93rd convention starting tomor-
row, held that the wage board
has no right to set wages "until
they first freeze prices."
He is a member of the panel
preparing a report for the WSB
on whether the newspaper indus-
try should be exempt from wage
control.
Randolph said the other labor
member on the panel, represent-
ing the CIO, feels as he does but
so far there i.s no agreement
among labor. Industry and pub-
lic on the six-member panel.
The ITU president said that
the union's recent "defensive",
venture into the publishing field
will be thoroughly discussed at
the convention here which, he
said, "will be remembered and
talked about for many, years."
In a report which he will make
to members. Randolph said:
"Having been pushed around
by the Taf t-Hartley Law, having
been forced to suffer many strikes
and lockouts to maintain a craft
union; having been forced into
the arena of civil politics to pre-
serve its historic freedom as a
union, the ITU will determine a
new means of self-preservation."
The new means, he said, will
be "difficultit will be expen-
sive."
Oil Refinery Blast
Rocks Baton Rouge;
2 Dead, 13 Hurt
BATON ROUOE,.Ag. 17 (UP)
An explosion so violent It
shattered windows three miles
away rocked the Standard OH
refinery near here today, killing
two men and causing damage
estimated at $300,000.
The blast badly damaged three
37,000 gallon tanks.
Nine oil company workers and
four railroad employes were In-
jured.
Fire raged through gasolina
and tractor fuel tanks and
blanketed the countryside with
balck. greasy smoke till it was
brought under control 2 hrs. 45
mlns. after the explosion.
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THK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DADLT NEWSPAPEK
PAGE THREE
President Miffed At Probing
Into His 1952 Election Plans
WASHINGTON, Aug. 17 (UP) President Truman
aid yesterday he would welcome the support of Sen. Paul
H. Douglas, D'., III., if he decides to run for re-election in
1952 but impatiently refused to discuss the question of
his candidacy.
Displaying displeasure for the first time at discussing
his political plans, Mr. Truman told a news conference
sharply there are more important things to talk about.
The President irmly brushed aside all questions about
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy, R.,
Wis., and most other queries that had anything to do with
the 1952 campaign. He did compliment Douglas for being
chosen the best Senator in a recent poll.
Crew Killed, Children Hurt,
As B-26 Plunges Into Barn
Mr. Truman learned only thU
week that his name will be en-
I tered In the Oregon and Mlnne-
I iota democratic presidential prl-
I martes and offered no objec-
tion. .. .
Douglas also was Informed that
he was going to be entered on
the Oregon ticket, but asked that
his name be withdrawn. He said
he positively Is not a candidate.
Douglas and Mr. Truman, who
have had their differences In the
past, now are quarreling over the
appointment of two Illinois
I Judieshlps.
The President appeared parti-
cularly Irked when a reporter
asked him to amplify his state-
ment of last week that he did not
think Elsenhower Is a candidate
for the Democratic Presidential
nomination.
Mr. Truman then made his re-
mark about too much talk of po-
litics. .
But another newsman persist-
ed, referring to the President's
remarks about Elsenhower and
the fact that Douglas has said he
Is not a candidate and will not
ruD If nominated.
"Who Is left besides you?" Mr.
Truman was asked.
The President replied that
there are plenty of people ambi-
tious for the Job. but that they do
not know what they are getting
Into. He refused to name them
because It would not be seemly.
Mr. Truman then was remind-
ed that Douglas aid he would
iT 1952 and was asked If he would
welcome the Illinois senator's
support. The President said he
would. If he added quickly
he Is a candidate.
H. A. Sos ted,
Zone Educator,
Resigns Position
Harold A. Sosted, Supervisor of
Instruction In the Canal Zone
white elementary schools, has re-
signed from the Canal organiza-
tion.
He has accepted a position as
Public Schools Director In Essex
Falls, New Jersey.
Mr. and Mrs. Sosted will leave
Aug. 24 on the S3. Panam.
Their daughters. Karen and
Judith Ann, are already In the
United States.
Sosted has served as Supervisor
Of Instruction In the elementary
schools since October 1945, when
he came here from Belolt, Wis-
consin.
As for the poll of Washington
correspondents who chose Doug-
las as the best senator. Mr. Tru-
man said a similar poll was made
when he was in the senate and
that he happened to be In Doug-
las' position.
He complimented Douglas, but
refused to say anything about
McCarthy who was chosen as the
"worst" senator.
The President also declined to
say anything about recent charg-
es aimed at him and his admin-
istration by the Wisconsin Re-
publican .
Mr. Truman delivered a speech
before the American Legion
Tuesday In which he attacked
"slandermongers" In congress.
McCarthy, who appeared to be
the chief target, replied that he
was perfectly willing to make
"McCarthylsra" an issue in the
1952 election.
Mr. Truman shrugged off Mc-
Carthy's statement and aid he
had no comment. '
8UMTER, S. C, Aug. 17 (UP)
__An Air Force reconnaissance
version of the B-26 plunged Into
a Negro farmer's barn and
burned near here yesterday, kill-
ing the two crewmen and In-
juring three small children
playing nearby.
A hospital spokesman at Sum-
ter said the children were In
"generally fair" condition.
A nurse said they appeared to
fe suffering from burns that
may have been caused by flam-
ing gasoline.
Shaw Air Force Base officials
said the plane crashed into a
barn belonging to Sandy Pray-
lou about three miles from here.
The children, Edwin, 3, Mag-
gl 5, and Sarah Louise, 12,
were all Praylou's.
The Air Force said several
animals were killed In the crash
but the number was not known.
One witness said at least one
mule was killed.
The children's mother said
she was standing outside her
i home when the crash occurred.
She said her children were play-
ing near the barn.
"It hit just like a bolt," she
i said. "I{. left the barn In
j shambles."
The plane, which was based
! at Shaw Field, was on an opera-
Itlonal flight and carried only
a pilot and navigator.
Youth Held For
Car Theft InCZ
Carlos Roberto Balma, a 24-
year-old Panamanian charged-
wlth grand larceny was in Jail to-
day and ball of $1,000 was set.
Balma Is charged with stealing
a 1949 Chevrolet 2 door sedan
owned by Beverly C. Dllfer. The
car stolen In the Canal Zone was
found m the interior of Panam
with the front grill and fenders
badly smashed, it Is now In the
Sarage of the Balboa Police sla-
on. ,
Preliminary hearing of the
case was set for Aug. 22. Mrs. Dll-
fer is employed at Oorgas Hos-
pital in Dr. A. N. Sprlngall's of-
fice.
Legion Commander
Felicitates Local
Department Head
A special message of congratu-
lation has been received by the
Department Commander of the
American Legion from National
Commander Erie Cocke Jr. The
letter reads as follows:
"Leon J. Carrlngton. Commander
Department of the Panama Ca-
nal Zone
Dear Commander Carrlngton:
"I want to express my congra-
tulations upon your election as
Commander for the coming year.
The commandershlp of your de-
partment affords you an oppor-
tunity to perform a great service.
Momentous decisions are to be
made for our country and for the
Legion.
"You have the fullest support
Of the National Headquarters In
all of your undertakings and want
you to feel free to call on us for
any desired help.
"With every good wish and as-
suring vou that It will be a pleas-
ure and a privilege-to'work with
you during the Legion year, I am
Sincerely yours.
Erie, Cecke Jr.
National Commander"
OLD BOOKS GOOD ENOUGH
HART, Mich. (UP)The voters
of the Hart school district de-
feated a proposed tax increase by
a vote of 396 to 49. The purpose of
the tax boost was to buy text
books for the school but oppo-
nents of the proposal said "the
old books are good enough."
Magazines Needed
For Armed Forces
Magazines of all kinds, but par-
ticularly men's magazines, are
urgentlly needed for use by arm-
ed services personnel at military
outposts. It was announced today
at Canal Zone Red Cross head-
quarters.
Red Cross personnel will be
glad to call for the magazines if
donors will telephone Balboa 3669
or Cristobal 1671 or 1632. If de-
sired, deliveries of magazines
may be made directly to the
Chapter offices at Building 0610-
B, Oalllard Highway, Ancon, or
1029 Roosevelt Avenue, New Cris-
tobal.
FARMER NO LONGER
WAYWAYANDA, N. Y. lUPi
Harry O. Prince has sold his 76
head of cattle and hU farm ma-
chinery because he was unable to
enter his barn any longer. Hay
fever made a frustrated farmer
out of Prince. It kept him from
entering his barn for a year and
a half.
'Old Timers' Plan
Another PC Transit
For Labor Day
Local 900 of the Government
and Civic Employes Organizing
Commlttee-CIO has been au-
thorized by the Panama Canal
Company to proceed with plans
for another "Old-Timers" trip
through the Panama Canal.
Three hundred "Old-Timers"
200 "in service" and 100 from
Disability Relief rolls will make
the trip on Labor Day, Monday,
Sept. 3.
Only persons with Isthmian
Canal Commission service 1903-
1914 who did not make the trip
last year will be eligible to
nifte the trip this year.
Persons on Disability Relief
rolls who plan to make the trip
will be screened for fitness be-
fore they will be permitted to
make the trip and must re-
gister with the Local Union Of-
fice at La Bbca and Cristobal
not later than Friday Aug. 17,
1951.
The trip will be made from
Pedro Miguel to Oatun. Trains
will leave Panama 9:15 a. m.
and Colon 7:00 a, m. on that
day. 0
In-Service employes who are
eligible may register with their
Chapter Chairmen.
DOG ON BINGE
SPOKANE (UP)Mr. and Mrs.
Barney MahOney returned home
after a short'absence and found ,
their home in general disorder, i
They also found their pet boxer,
tipsy and a bottle of wine knock-
ed over. Police said there was.no
evidence of forced entry.


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FAC.F FOUR
THF. PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAH-V NFWSFAFBt
FRIDAY, AUGUST "f, U
Tommy Byrne Snaps Indians' String With Shutout
by

JOE WILLIAMS
The upstate phenomenon In morals which has seen Saratoga
change over from a Sadie Thompson to a Sun Bonnet Sue Is
evoking much comment by free-lance moralists who while pleased
because it has not Injured trade at the track are nonetheless
a bit bewildered.
The evidence presented by the mutuel play, which Is close to
record dimensions, suggests that while dalliance may have cer-
tain immediate fascinations the girl who listens to mother will
fare better in the end. This is, of course, a conclusion which
commands much respectable support and is not debated.
Nor is the reason for the reformation. This seems clearly to
be less a triumph of virtue than necessity. Convent life Is usually
free of moral pitfalls and temptation has been removed from
Saratoga this season by the elimination of illegal gambling. For
the first time in years the law is being firmly enforced.
Actually it is not the moralists so much as the economists
who hold to uncertain convictions. Is this conclusive proof that
a resort town such as Saratoga does not, need the after-dark: en-
ticements ol wheel and dice to assure seasonal prosperity? Or is
it just another manifestation of inflation?
Racing, because It offers gambling, its chief appeal, is the
only sport in the country which is booming. The play la up in
cities where there has been no sincere drive against bookmaklng,
so the gains shown in Miami the llast winter and New York this
summer are not too enlightening.
PROSPERITY AND MORALS
The subjelt Is academic, since it defies proving, but the cur-
rent Saratoga prosperity, which is confined largely to stockhold-
ers in the track, by the way, might even be greater if the wheels
and the dice were not taboo.
My only interest In the matter is that of a mildly amused
spectator. I've watched this curious show In varying versions and
-locales for a number of years. As a reasonably decent citizen
I oppose illicit gambling because of the hoodlum vermin it spawns
and the law corruption it invites. But gambling is gambling and
the fact that it is legal for some and illegal for others surely
does not change the moral issue. %
Because gratitude is such an admirable quality and the
gamblers were openly courted for so long tiy Saratoga and pre-
sumably did so much to lighten the economic burdens of certain
county officials, these suddenly ostracized characters may be par-
doned if they feel their past contributions to the resort's vitality
are being too lightly evaluated at the moment.
I can remember when Bill Carey, who had taken over Madi-
son Square Garden fight promotions after the death of Tex
Rickard, met formally with the city fathers of Miami Beach one
winter and argued against the closing of the gambling casinos
there as a serious business deterrent which even then was affect-
ing ticket sales for the Sharkey-Stribling match.
Mr. Carey clinched his point by describing the unshakable
disgrace the Beach would suffer if the match were to prove
a commercial failure.
There was no illicit gambling in the Mlamis last winter and
business generally was brisk and civic virtue was therefore en-
thusiastically inodrsed. It is only when a cheap money boom is
on or the reform pressure is overwhelming that resort communi-
ties try on a halo for size.
RACING SHOULD CONTINUE HERE
Whether Saratoga has renounced sin for all time should not
be a matter of concern to us in the Big Town other than to note
perhaps with whatever regret that may be dictated by a personal
view point the loss in gaiety such contrition Imposes on the lnno-
ent bystander.
What should loncern us, and particularly our racing commis-
sioners, is the growing evidence that the Saratoga track is amply
able to stand on its own and that there need be no fear that
conflict here would prove fatal or even hurtful.
For much too long the case for Saratoga racing has been
built on an. Impractical mixture of romance and nostalgia with
the absurd result that New York City, the summer capital of
racing, has been forced to abandon the sport for a full month
at a cost of nobody knows how much In state revenue, tourist
trade and local pleasure.
Most of Saratoga's support, perhaps as much as 90 per cent,
comes from upstate. As a racing operation It conflicts with New
York no more than say, Belmont does with Pimllco. To penalize
the thousands of racegoers In our town so that a few dreamers
may continue to commune with the ghosts of Lillian Russell,
Diamond Jim Brady and Dick Canfield has ceased to be mere
ridiculous. It calls for action by the Racing Commission or inves-
tigation by the Governor and the sooner the better.
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PRINTS IN 4 COLORS
COMPLETE STOCK OF ACCESSORIES ON HAND
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Saturday's
Program
1st Race "F-l" Natives6Vi Fgs.
Purse: $273.00 Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Resorte J. Cadogen 117
2Bljagual C. Ruiz 115
3Politico H. Reyes 105x
4Luck Ahead A. Mena 108
5Don Sizzle G. Cruz 108
6Domino P. Ordonez 120
7Caaveral) A. Enrique 106x
8J. Hulncho G. Sanchez 114
9Miranda G. Orael 115
2nd Race "F-2"
Purse: $275.00-
Second Race
1Campesino
2Nena
3Tapsy
4Cafetal
5Cosa Linda
8El Indio
NativesIH Fgs.
- Pool Close* 1:15
of the Doubles
V. Castillo 115
H. Reyes 112x
J. Phillip 116
C. Ruia 117
G. Cruz 115
C. Iglesias 120
3rd Race "F-2" Natives4*4 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Eclipse O. Chanls 120
2Vlllarreal A. Enrique Ulx
3Embustero J. Baeza, Jr. 109x
4Brochaclto J. Avila 120
5Carbonero R. Vergara 120
8Don Teml A. Phillips 115
7Fonseca G. Grael 120
8Lonely Molly A. Vasquez 120
4th Race "G" Natives 2 Fgs.
Purse: $250.00 Pool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
1Diez de Mayo J. Chuna 108x
2Conde A. Vasquez 105x
3Componedor D. Tuon 109x
4Piropo
5Almirante
6Zamba
7La Negra
8Monteverdc
G. Cruz 112
A. Bazan 112
C. Ruiz 110
G. Ramos 105x
G. Grael 115
5th Race "H" Imported6'/s Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Doa Elelda C. Rulz 118
2Battling Cloud C. Bovll 107
3Silver Fox A. Mena 109
4Tamesis II P. Ordonez 112
V. Castillo 112
R. Reliman 114
G. Cruz 109
5Haydn
6In Time
7Rlnty
6th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
C. Lino 108
A. Bazan 120
V. Castillo 113
K. Flores 112
R. Gomez 112
V. Arauz 111
j. Avila 120
E. Aliara 109x
A. Mena 110
J. Phillips 112
1Coragglo)
2Rondinella)
3Apretador
4Pincel
5Piragua
6Levadura
7Hechizo
8Pulgarcito
9Roadmaster
10Montmartre
7th Race "H" ImportedW Fgs.
Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 4:85
Second Race of the Doubles
1Astoria M. Hurley 120
2Miss Cristina V. Ortega 112
3Sismo A. Soto 120
4 Lacnico) G. Grael 115
5Prestigio) C. Ruiz 120
6Scotch Chum A. Mena 118
7Nijlnsky G. Cruz 120
8Miss Fairfax C. Bovil 106
8th Race "OPEN" 1-5/16 Miles
Purse: $2,000.00 (added) Pool
Closes 4:40 Quiniela
Diplomatic Corps Classic
1Chacabuco T. Medrano ICO
Dictador A. Soto 118
Newminster) A. Enrique 100
C. Iglesias 110
K. Flores 120
V. Castillo 128
J .Avila 123
G. Sanchez 107
4Gorsewood)
5Rath. Light
6Plnard
7_Welsh Loch
8Montielito
9Sandwood
10Grlsu
A. Mena 107
E. Dario 107
9th Race 1-V Imported6' i Fgs
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes o:15
One-Two
l_Callmedear A. Soto 120
2Agradecida A. Enrique lllx
3Bosforo G. Ramos 117
4Baby Betty) C. Ruiz 117
5Hob Nob) T. Medrano 109
6Alabarda H. Alzamora 108
Yankees Triumph To Gain
As Browns Stop Tribe 4-0
By Untied Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 17 Tommy Byrne of the Browns
snapped the Indians winning steak at 13 games with o
three-hit 4 0 shutout at St. Louis yesterday. .
Meanwhile, the.Yankees made it three in a row over
the Senators, winning 5-3, to cut the Indians' American
Leagues lead to one-and-one-half games.
Byrne gave up only two ot
three hits before he had to leave
the game with a pulled back mus-
cle In the eighth Inning. He also
contributed two hit* while snap-
ping Dale Mitchell's hitting
streak at 23 games, Bobby Avi-
la's at eleven and Al Rosen's at
ten. I
Also of concern to the In-
dians was the losspossibly for
some timeof Larry Doby, who
pulled a leg muscle while run-
ning out a first inning two-
bagger. The Indians got only
three hits all told.
Rookie lefty Art Schallock won
his first Yankee victory as the
New Yorkers made 12 hits, In-
cluding Gene Woodllng's homer
and Hank Bauer's double and two
singles.
In other junior circuit games,
the Athletics rapped out 14 hits
to top the Red Sox 10-2 at Phila-
delphia while the Tigers defeat-
ed the White Sox 2-1 at Chicago
as Dizzy Trout hurled a six-hitter
and won his own game with a
home run.
The Athletics' Qus Zernlal hit
his 24th roundtrlpper to tie Ted
Williams for the league lead.
Clyde Vollmer spoiled Bobby
Shantz' shutout with a two-run
homer.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Giants edged the Dodgers
2-1 behind Sal MagFle'a four-hit-
ter at the Polo Grounds to sweep
the three-game series and cut the
Dodgers' lead from 12'/2 games to
nine and one-half.
Mage also became the first
National League pitcher to win
17 games this year.
In each of the three games a
quick first inning rally sewed up
the victory. The Giants made it
2-0 in the seventh on a walk to
Bobby Thomson, Wes Westrum's
Juan Franco Tips
By"CLOCKER"
1Bljagual
2El Indio
3Don Temi
4Conde
5Doa Elelda
6Pincel
7Lacnico (e)
8Dictador
:Callmedear
10Tully Saba
11White Fleet
ONE BEST
Resorte
Cafetal
Fonseca
Dies de Mayo
Battling Cloud
Roadmaster
Miss Cristina
Pinard
Babv Betty (e)
Lollto
Bagaleo
Don Temi.
7Mon Etoile
8Armeno
A. Valdivia 120
A. Mena 110
10th Race "A" Natives6< Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Lollto G. Sanchez 108
2Amazona K. Flores 108
3Don Pltin M. Guerrero 108
4Tully Saba A. Bazan 119
5Mandinga J. Phillips 108
11th Race "D" Natives 1 Mile
Purse: $300.00
1Golden Babe J. Phillips 118
2Rio Mar G. Ramos lQ&x
3White Fleet C. Iglesias 120
4Romntico J. Cadogen 112
5Bagaleo C. Ycaza 110
sacrifice, Maglle's Infield out and
a Newcombe wild pitch. Billy
Cox' homer In the eighth spoiled
Maglii's shutout.
Elsewhere in the National
League the Cardinals topped the
Pirate ace Murry Dlckson 9-8 at
Pittsburgh with a six-run rally
In the seventh while at Cincin-
nati the Cubs scored four runs
in the tent hto defeat the Reds,
8-4.
The Phillies and Braves were
not scheduled.
Burned By Byrne
Cleveland-
Mitchell, If .
Avila, 2b.'. .
Doby, cf .
Chapman, cf.
Easter, lb .
Rosen, 3b. .
Kennedy, rf .
bMcCosky. .
Boone, ss. ,
cLehner .
Tebbetts, c. .
dSlmpson .
Garcia, p .
aMaddern .
Zuverlnk, p .
eLemon .
AB R
3 0
HPO
0 1
0 0
1 0
0 2
0 13
0 0
A I
0 0
0 0
0 0
Totals
.30 0 3 24 14 0
St. Louis
Young. 2b .
Delsing, cf .
Batts, c .
Mapes, rf. .
AMI. lb .
Wood, If .
Marsh, 3b .
Jennings, ss
Byrne, p .
Pillette, p .
AB R H PO A E
0 0 2 3
. 3 O
. 3 1
. 4
. 4
. 3
1 6 O
1 5 0
0 4 0
2 7
1 3
1 0
0 0
3 1
. 3 0
1 0
2 0
.0000
Totals
.31 4 9 27 8 2
Score By Innings
Cleveland 000 080 0000
St. Louis 020 101 OOx4
a Filed out for Garcia in 7th;
bDoubled for Kennedy in 9th;
cStruck out for Boone in 9th;
dWalked for Tebbetts in 9th;
eFlled out for Zuverlnk in 9th.
Runs Batted InByrne 4. Two
Base HitsDoby, Marsh, Jen-
nings McCosky. Sacrifice Hit
Batts. Double PlaysM a r a h,
Young, Arft; Garcia, Boone, Eas-
ter. Left on BasesSt. Louis 7,
Cleveland 9. Base on Balls off
Garcia 3, Byrne 4, Pillette 1.
Struck Out byGarcia 1, Zuver-
lnk 1, Byrne 3. Pillette 2. Hits
and Runs offGarcia 8 and 4 In
8 innings; Zuverlnk 1 and 0 in 2;
Byrne 2 and 0 In 7 (none out in
eighth); Pillette 1 and 0 in 2.
Passed BallBatts. Hit by Pitch-
ed Ballby Byrne (Mitchell).
Winning PitcherByrne (4-6).
Losing PitcherGarcia (18-8).
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Balboa Girls Cop
Playground
Volleyball Title
The Canal Zone girl's volleyball
tournament got underway with
Balboa and Margarita meeting in
the first rounds of the tourney.
Balboa was victorious by a score
o 31 to 4.
Tibby Nolan of Balboa was high
point girl in this game with nine
points.
Cristobal and Gamboa by vir-
tue of byes In the drawing up of
the tourney met In the second
round of the brackets. Cristobal
won this game by a score of 31 to
13. Mercedes Peterson of Cristo-
bal was high point girl for this
game.
The Balboa Playground team
then met Gatun in the semi-final
round of the tournament and
Balboa took this game 34 to 10.
In the finals of the tournament
Cristobal Playground team met
Balboa in a very exciting and well
{layed game. Half time score was
to 7 in Balboa's favor. The fin-
al score was 24 to 14 making the
Balboa girls the tournament
champions.
Lineups an dpolnts made for
the final game were:
Cristobal
Mercedes Peterson. Nidia
Oliver ............... 2
Lenore Doug 1 a s, Lois
Scheldegg............2
Jo Anne Pasons, Ruby
Pabon ...............
Betty Smith, Nancy Kari-
r
Balboa
Gayle McDonald, Nlra
Reyes ................
Virginia Selby.........
Celeste Powell..........
Tibby Nolan ...........
Mary Lou Allen........
Shirley Karst ..........
Margie Walsh..........
4
3
14
2
0
7
3
1
3
2
24
Whitewashing
Brooklyn AB R H PO A E
Furlllo, rf 4 0 1 4 0 0
Reese, ss. 4 0 0 1 1 0
Snider, cf 4 0 1 3 0 0
Robinson, 2b. 4 0 1 1 5 0
Campanella, c 4 0 0 3 0 0
Pafko, If. ... 4 0 0 2 0 0
Hodges, lb ... 3 0 0 8 0 0
Cox, 3b.....3 1 1 1 0 0
Newcombe, p. 2 0 0 1 3 0
aWalker .... 1 0 0 0 0 0
King, p. .... 0 0 0 0 0 0
Totals.....38 1 ~4 24 9 0
New York AB R HPO A E
Stanky, 2b ... 3 1 2 3 4 0
Dark, ss .... 4 O 0 4 4 2
Mueller, rf 4 0 1 3 0 0
Irvln, if .... 3 0 2 0 0 0
Lockman, lb 3 0 0 9 1 0
Mays cf. 4 0 0 3 0 0
Thomson, 3b ..210111
Westrum, c 2 0 0 4 0 0
Mage, p. ... 3 0 0 0 1 0
American League
TEAMS Won
Cleveland. 7t
New York.
Boston. .
Chicago. .
Detroit .
Washington 47
Philadelphia 45
St. Louis 35
71
7
61
5t
Lost Pet. G.B.
48 .43
42 .628 ltt
46 .593 5',
51 MS 11
M 48 11'/,
65 .42 25
71 .318 29
76 415 S44
TODAY'S GAMES
Boston at Washington (N).
Philadelphia at New York (N).
Detroit at 6t. Louis (N).
Cleveland at Chicago (2).
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Boston 000 000 200 2 8 0
Phllad'lp'a 300 01O 42x10 14 1
Scarborough (9-8), Taylor, Ni-
xon and Rosar; Shantz (12-8)
and Tip ton.
Detroit 010 O10 0002 8 1
Chicago 010 000 0001 8 0
Trout (8-12) and Ginsberg,
Swift; Dobson <7-5) and Masl.
National League
TEAMS Won
Brooklyn 72
New York. 65
Philadelphia 57
St. Louis 53
Boston. ... 52
Cincinnati 52
Chicago. 56
Pittsbargh 46
Lost Pet. GJBJ
36 .649 "
51 .560 9":
57 406 16'
95 .491 111,1
57 .47 It
66 .464 20'
60 .455 21' J
6 .464 KM
Cleveland 000 000 0000 3 0
St. Louis 020 101 OOx4 9 2
Garcia (16-8), Zuverlnk and
Tebbetts; Byrne (4-6), Pillette
and Batts.
NewYork 011 030 0005 12 0
Washlngfn 000 000 1023 9 1
Schallock (1-1). Ostrowskl and
Berra; Starr (3-7), Harris, Con-
suegra and Kluttz.
TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at Pittsburgh (N).
St.* Lonis at Cincinnati (N).
Brooklyn at Boston (T-N) (I).
New York at Philadelphia (N).
St. Louis 000 003 6009 12 f
Pittsburgh 000 022 0026 10 1
Poholsky, Staley (13-12), Bok>
elman, Brazle and Rice, Schef-
flng; Dlckson (15-1*,). Wilks and
Garaglola.
Brooklyn C00 000 0101 4 0
New York 100 000 lOx2 5 3
Newcombe (16-7), King and
Campanella; Mage (17-5) and
Westrum.
NIGHT GAME(16 Innings)
Chicago............ 8
Cincinnati.......... 4
(Only Games Scheduled.)
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Central Ave. No. 223 (next to Encanto Theatre)
Totals.....28 2 5 27 11 3
Score By Innings
Brooklyn 000 000 0101
New York 100 000 lOx2
aFlled out fo* Newcombe In
8th. Runs Batted Irvin, Cox,
(Thomson scored on Newcombe
wild pitch in 8th). Three Base
HitIrvin. Home RunCox. Sac-
rificeWestrum. Double Play
Stanky, Dark, Lockman. Left on
BasesBrooklyn 5, New York 7.
Base and Balls offNewcombe 4.
Struck Out byNewcombe 2,
Mage 3. Hits and Runs off
Newcombe 4 and 2 in 7 innings;
King 1 and 0 in 1. Wild Pltehes
Newcombe, King. Winning Pitch-
erMage (17-5). Losing Pitcher
Newcombe (16-8).
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RACES SATURDAY and SUNDAY
DOUBLES
1st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."
SATURDAYS STELLAR RACE
8th Race (Open) 1 5/16 Mile
Purse: 2,000.00 (Added) Pool Closes: 4:40 p.m.
"DIPLOMATIC CORPS CLASSIC"
QUINIELA
/. (MACBICO............T. Medrano 100
2. DICTADOR.................A. Soto 118
3. (NEWMINSTER..........j A. Enrique 100
4. (GORSEWOOD ............ C. Iglesias 110
J. RATH UN LIGHT..........K. Flores 126
6. PINARD.................V. Castillo 128
7. WELSH LOCH..............J. Avila 123
8. MONTIELITO............G. Sanche 107
9. SANDWOOD................A. Mena 107
10. GR1SI ....................E. Daro 107
QUINIELAS
4th and 8th RACES
CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK
SUNDAY'S FEATURE RACES
5th Race "C" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: 650.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. ALTO ALEGRE...........G. Snchez 107
2. RIDING EAST____....____C. Iglesias 112
3. PARAGON............... V. Castillo 113
4. CHACABUCO............T. Medrano 109
5. PAMPHLET.............. O. ChanU 114
7th Race "D" Importeds 6% Fgs.
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
J. CHERIBERIBIN...........A. Valdivia 120
2. POLVORAZO..............V. Ortega 112
3. MAR1SCALITO............R. Gmez 108
4. CURACA..............M. Arosemena 112
5. (MR. FOOT................A. Bazn 120
6. (THE DAUBER............C Iglesia 106
7. CARMELA 11...............E. Dario 106
8. WILD WIRE.............J. Baeza Jr. 104x
_



FRIDAY. AUGUST 17., 19
THE r AN AMA AMUUCAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPATEE
J'AGE FTV1
Joe Louis May Meet Unbeaten Rocky Marciano October 10
Broivn Bomber Vs. Charles
Return Match Also Planned
By UNITED. TRESS
Distasted Former Heavyweight Champion Joe Louis says he
is uncertain about the future. '
The 37 year old Brown Bomber declsioned Jimmy Bivins
Wednesday nirht in Baltimore but looked unimpressive while
h doing It. Louis had the Cleveland Nerro In trouble three times
hut lacked his old time kayo power each time.
Louis blames it on the heat in the ball park and his weight
a surprisingly low 203 and one-half pounds. That was Joe's
lowest since he knocked out Lou Nova in September of 1941.
Referee Eddie Leonard ave aeren rounds to Louis and three
to Bivins. Judjes Lee Halfpenny and Bill Ellis each scored It
six for Louis, three for Bivins and one even. The United Press
called It seven-three for Louis.
President Jim Norrls of the International Boxing Club wants
Louis to meet unbeaten Rocky Marciano In New York on Oct.
10th.
"If the Marciano bout cannot be arranged," says Norrls, "per-
haps we can make a return match with Louis and Essard Char-
les.
Jersey Joe Walcott, the new heayyweifht champion, spent a
few minutes yesterday with President Truman.
"He sure looks in rood shape like a fglhter," was Walcott"s
only comment after leavine the White House.
Walcott's manager Felix Bocchlcchio says the President
compared Jersey Joe's win over Essard Charles to his victory In
the last election.
"The President said Joe's victory was as bit an upset as his
own In 1948," says Bocchlcchio, "because they both won alone
and won when nobody thought they could."
MUD-RUNNERSValerie Ball, left, and Will Hesketh proved
superior mud-runners, and looked the part bouncing down in front
for Britain in a meet with France at London's White City Stadium.
Miss Bull screened France's Jean Cavelot, whom she barely edged
in the 880 in'2 minutes, 17.8 seconds. Hesketh set a new British
all-comers' record for six miles, 29 minutes, 13.8 secands. (NEA)
Eddie Burgin Is Classiest
Feather To Invade Panama
Since Champ Sandy Saddler
Eddie Burgln.22-year-o'd sepia
destroyer from Cincinnati, Ohio,
who is scheduled to box local
Featherweight Champ Federico
Piummer on Aug. 26 at the Arena
Colon, will be the classiest feath-
erweight to invade these shores
since the great Sandy Saddler.
The records show that this two
fisted leather pusher with a mere
two years of professional activi-
ty, scored 20 consecutive wins.
Including a two-round T.K.O. of
European featherweight champ,
Ray Famechon.
urgln's only two setbacks
came at the hands of the same
Famechon, in a return humdin-
S8C. and world contender Charlie
iley, who recently knocked out
the sensational Percy Bassett.
On the basis of'' Burgln's high
rating, a victory for the local
boy will surely send his stocks
skyrocketing.
Eddie and Manager John Join-
er are scheduled to arrive on the
Isthmus either Sunday or Mon-
day. Burgin will immediately
take up training on the Atlantic
side and will work out one day
in Panam for the benefit of Pa-
cific side fans
Tie supporting card for the
Burgin-Plummer match is ex-
ceptional. There will be two six-
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rounders and a four-round pre-
liminary.
The main six-rounder will be
the 135-pound semifinal clash
between Joe Andrade and up-
and-coming Carlos Watson. An-
drade has lost only one pro bout
in 15 starts.
Watson, on the other hand. Is
In the midst of a winning streak
and easily whipped Beto Scan-
tleburythe lad who licked An-
dradehis last time out.
The other siyrounder will be
between Vincente Worrell and
Black Bill at 126 pounds. Bill is
replacing Gregorio Prez In this
bput.
The four round 120-pound pre-
liminary will be between Rodolfo
Ampudla and Al Stewart.
USARCARIB League
USARCARIB basketball In the
Panam area uncorked another
exciting game Wednesday night
in the Fort Clayton gym, when
the 33rd Infantry beat the 65th
AAA Group in the last minutes of
play. The 65th had been leading
rll evening, then with the score
45-48, and a minute forty seconds
left to play, th e33rd dropped
three In a row to win 51-48. Cpl.
Edward Trueblood of the 65th
was high man for his squad with
10 points, while Sgt. Billy Cun-
ningham of the losing 33rd was
responsible for 16 points.
The second game of the eve-
nine was somewhat of a one-sid-
ed affair, with the 45th Recon.
Bn maintaining a 10-polnt lead
over Army Hospital Clayton dur-
ing the last three quarters. Pfc
John Wentland of the winning
45th and Cpl. Robert Buchanan
of the losing Hospital were high-
point men with 13 each. Game
score was 54-40 In favor of the
45th.
Other games of the tourna-
ment are scheduled for Thurs-
day and Fridav nights beginning
at 7 o'clock. All games are under
the sponsorship of Special Serv-
ices Section USARCARIB, with
Col. Jessie B. Wells Host Com-
mander at Fort Clayton.
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Westinghouse Ties For Lead
In Atlantic Basketball Loop
STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Caribe........ 3
Westing house ... 3
Powells........ 1
Junior Varsity. .. 1
Coco Solo...... 1
903rd D. Battery 0
.750
.750
.500
.333
.333
.000
In the first of two closely
played basketball games West-
inghouse managed to edge out
Caribe by the close score of 52 to
50. Caribe held a six-point lead
at the half but, Westinghouse
outscored-Caribe in the last half
by eight points to win the game
by two point*.
For the victorious Westing-
house It was F. Tom with 16
points while for the losers It was
Gibson and Trout with high hon-
ors with 15 and 12 respectively.
The second game which ran an
extra three minutes was finally
won by the Junior Varsity over
903rd, 50 to 47. Trailing by 13
points going into the third quar-
ter 903rd scored 19 times to JV's
six to tie the ball game up 43-all.
In the final three minutes Ju-
nior Varsity proved the stronger
as they scored seven to their op-
ponents' four to take the ball-
name by the final score of 50 to
47. Tlshuk and Woods of 903rd
were high point men of the game
with 20 and 17 points respective-
ly.
As the fight for the second half
tightens their will be some real
hot ballgames in the future so,
for some free entertainment why
not come on out to the Margarita
Gym on Tuesday, Wednesday and
Friday nights at 7 o'clock and
enloy some real competition.
, The box scores:
Westinghouse FG FT PF TP
Cells........ 2 1 5 6
F. Tom...... 6 4 3 18
Ibaez...... 4 1 3 9
Ros........ 3 2 3 8
Kuhrt....... 0 0 0 0
Arosemena.... 1 0 0 2
Lam........ 0 0 0 0
Castillo...... G 0 0 0
Magdaleno.. ..400 8
H. Tom...... 1 0 0 2
C. Magdaleno. .10 0 2
Totals.......22 8 14 52
Caribe
FG FT PF TP
Hooper...... 4 0 3 8
Simons...... 1 4 3 6
Gibson...... 6 3 3 15
Welch....... 0 0 1 0
Capalbo..... 2 3 1 7
Trout.......5 2 I 12
Moore....... 0 0 3 0
Pescod...... 0 0 0 0
Moser....... 0 2 0 2
Totals.......18 14 15 50
Junior VarsityFG FT PF TP
Rinehart
Peltynovich. ..
R. Baiter ....
Roberts......
Egolf.......
Hatgi........
Etmounds ....
TagaropoHs. ..
Dldter .. .. .. 0
0
10
6
3
9
4
7
8
0
Totals.......21 8 15 50
93rd FG FT PF TP
Tlshuk...... 8 4 2 20
Woods......,812 17
Bianchl...... 2 2 3 6
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Los Angeles Rams
Will Be As Tough
As Ever This Year
__ BY UNITBD PRESS
Those potent point-getters of
the National Football League
the Los Angeles Ramsproved
Wednesday night they'll be tough
again.
The Rams, who set an all-time
scoring record over 12 games in
1950, rolled over Washington, 58-
14. before 92,000 fans in Los An-
geles. Veteran quarterback Bob
Waterfleld threw two Ram
touchdown passes, kicked a 39-
yard field goal and booted seven
extra points. Second string quar-
terback Norm Van Brocklin turn-
ed the game into a rout when he
steered the Rams to four touch-
downs In the second period.
The Redskins gained 205 yards
running,through the rookie Ram
line, but the Los Angeles fresh-
men held Harry Gilmer and
Sammy Baugh to 51 yards in
passing.
National Football League Com-
missioner Bert Bell has given
Baltimore until Oct. 1 to regain
the franchise it gave up last
year.
Baltimore withdrew from the
league last January for one sea-
son. The stockholders got a one-
year option at the time to rejoin
the league.
Bell says Baltimore must meet
league demands before getting
a franchise for 1952. The stock-
holders-must raise $200.000 above
season ticket sales. They must
also pay all old debts and reach
an agreement on radio and tele-
vision rights and on territorial
rights with the Washington Red-
skins.
Lambert..... 0 3 0 3
Carroll...... 0 0 2 O
Zurbruegg.. ..010 1
Dietrich. .... 0 0 0 0
Totals.......18 H 13 47
TODAY'S GAMES
1st GameCoco Solo vs. 903rd.
2nd GameJunior Varsity vs.
Powells.
Hammad Edges Le Morvan For
First Place In Channel Swim
DOVER, Aug. 17 (UP)Yester-
day's mass trans-channel swim
all but destroyed the'legend of
the France to England swimming
as a major feat. Eighteen of 20
contestants who started from Cap
Gris Nei managed to scramble
ashore on the British coast and
one of the two who failed, Alain
Bombard of France, was within
a mile of land when he surren-
dered.
The other who missed was Eil-
een Fenton of Britain, the first
woman to finish in last year's
race, only three miles off shore.
A conference of the Judges of
the race confirmed today that
Egypt's giant Mareeh Hassan
Hammad won by only one min-
ute in what amounted to a 25-
mile duel with France's Roger Le
Morvan.
BV ROBERT MUSEL
DOVER, Aug." 17 (UP)Mareeh
Hassan Hammad, a hulking, 250-
pound member of King Farouk's
royal Egyptian bodyguard,
reached shore here last night to
win the annual Cross-Channel
Swim Derby by a scant 50 yards.
The Egyptian, who stroked his
massive frame during the 12
hours and 12 minutes swim with
heaps of fried chicken and raw
fruit, edged out Roger Le Mor-
van of France, who was last
year's second-place winner, by a
one-minute margin to claim a
$2,800 first prize and two loving
cups.
Le Morvan. nicknamed "Gold-
en Boy" because he works in
the French mint, was done out
of first place by a mid-channel
attack of sea-sickness which
caused him to drift one mile
off course before liberal dos-
ages of champagne and brandy
revived him and spurred him
into a thrilling home-stretch
sprint against Hammad.
The Frenchman collected sec-
ond prize money of $1.400 and
the dripping acclaim of scores of
enthusiastic spectators who wad-
ed waist-deep in the frigid Chan-
nel waters to cheer him on In the
hotly-contested finish.
Last year Le Morvan lost to
Hammad's cotnpatrlc*. Hassan
Abd El Rehim, who hung up an
all-time record of 10 hours and
45 minutes. El Rehim was among
the 20 contestants who splashed
into the channel in this year's
race, but finished out of first
money.
Cheered frantically by thou-
sands of spectators who crowded
Dover's famed white cliffs and
bobbed on the Channel in a small
armada of boats. Le Morvan and
Hammad engaged in a curious
duel, six miles apart. The British
Broadcasting Company sent out
boats to meet both swimmers and
gave yard-by-yard summaries of
the final' sprint. Loudspeakers
amplified the reports so each of
the swimmers knew how his op-
ponent was progressing.
Hammad came ashore at
Shakespeare Cliffs, Le Morvan
at St. Margareis Bay. Both were
then brought to Dover where the
London Daily Mall, sponsor of
the derby, has set up a mobile
laundry In a big truck. Both
swimmers were taken inside and
scrubbed clean of the remains of
10 pounds of thick, yellow grease
with which they had been coated
before take-off.
Winner of the women's race
and another $2,800 first prize
was 23-year-old Brenda Fisher
of Great Britain. She touched
down near St. Margaret's Bay,
where Le Morvan came ashore.
The frantic finish was a fit-
ting climax to the race over the
historic stretch of water, so lib-
erally sprinkled with small boats
it resembled the evacuation from
Dunkirk.
Featured In the race was an
Egyptian who trained on raw
onions, a whisky swigging Welsh
girl, a tiny British miss who stop-
ped in mid-channel to gulp down
a full pound of raw honey and a
Scotsman whose tartnn shorts
bobbed colorfully out of water
with every powerful stroke of his
arms.
It included a Canadian house-
wife who entered the water at
Cap Gris Nez, France with tear3
of homesickness in her eyes, a
girl who plodded on after beinn
struck by the stern of a small
boat and was enlivened by a col-
lision which sent one Channel
boat to the bottom.
The thirteen men and seven
women contestants and the flo-
tilla of canoes, row-boats,
launches and motor craft which
accompanied them comprised
one of the most bizarre armades
ever to invade the British coast.
Swimmers continued splashing
ashore well into the night. A
prize of $700 awaited each con-
testant, man or woman, who com-
pleted the gruelling swim.
On The Alleys...
The annual pre-season meetln?
of Classic Bowling League team,
captains, members, and prospec-
tive members will be held at the-
Diablo Heights Clubhouse at 7:33
p.m., Friday. Aug. 17, according
to the secretary of the league. .
Several possible proposals of
interest to all members are In tho
offing, with relation to size of
teams, number of teams, and
team averages.
The Classic League, which has
as its members the highest aver-
age group of bowlers on the Isth-
mus, will lose several of its 1950-
1951 men for the new season. Lev!
Dillon of the Oldsmobile team, as
well as Homer Crooks, team cap-
tain of the same team, will not
be available for the new seasor.
In addition, Peterson, Petlto. asd
perhaps others will not be around
when the high-average men take
to the alleys.
Accordingly, all bowlers desir-
ous of becoming members of the
Classic League are invited to at-
tend tonight's meeting .
Its Here... Brother

It's the newest, finest,
most flexible Automatic Drive everl
Here's an automatic drive that combines the best
features of earlier automatics. It gives you the smooth-
ness and flexibility found only when automatic mechan-
ical gears are combined with a torque converter. And
it keeps lord savingful!
Backache, Getting Up Nigbls
Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble
If you are feeling run-down, Qet up
Nights, or suffer from Backache, atrong
cloudy urine. Burning Paaaagea, Rheu-
mallatn. Leg- Faina, Swollen Anklea.
Nirvounn.il, Dlsalneaa, and feel old
before your tima, kidney trouble ley
be tha causa.
Wrong food and drlnka, worry, colda
r overwork placa a heavy atraa on
your kldneya ao that they function
poorly and often may need help to
properly purify your Mood and maintain
health and energy.
evltaliie Taar MaWys
A faat acting Internal medicine called
Cyitex, developed by the alnox Control
laboratory of I.o Angeles. California,
la now helping thousands to ravitallza
kidney action In these 3 positive ways:
1. Halpa kldneya clean out poisonous
rids and purify tha blood, i. Combata
germs In the urinary ayatera. S. Soothes
and calms Irritated tissues.
Cyatex la now Importad by leading
druggiacs, ao there Is no need of any-
one suffering from Backache. Getting
Up Nights and tha other symptoms
mentioned above without the benefits
of this great medicine.
Oet Cyitex from your drugglet today
and eee how quickly It helps put ye
sa the read to batter haaltk.
J3*K..:.....
LASHINO OITAWAY. Fordomatic offer, you getaway that .will take
your breath away. Intermediate gear and lorque convener combine to
give fist, smooth startsaukmuliiallj.
INSTANT ACCIlfRATION. For passing or hill-climbmg, just step '
down on the gas pedal and fordomatic automatically shuts you down
into an "acceleration'' gear idease your pedal pteifure aud
you're back in high!
And Ford offers you dozens of other "Look Ahead"
features. You'll find the smoothness of new Automatic Ride
Control ... the savings of tlie Automatic Mileage Maker
(on Ford V-8 or Siy) and the safely of Double-Seal
Kinj-Sue Brakes. ~~"
EASIER ROCKING. It's een caicr to ''rock'' out of mud, and. or snow
with Fordoruatic than witli a conventional traiiirumion. Juki move the
sclccter back aud forth between low and reverse.
You can pay more but you
can't buy better than
mu COMf IN FOR YOUR "TEST DRIVt"
COLPAN MOTORS, INC.
Automobile Row PANAM A Phones: 2-1033,2-1036


rAGE SIX
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BE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 17, 1951
ClASSiSen IS* **HcT *SVr?
Leave your ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
LEWIS SERVICE
No 4 Tlv.ll At*.
Phone I-2WI
KIOSKO HE LES8EPS
parqnr dr Laseepe
Panam
MORRISON'S
No. 4 row* of iotj Ava.
Phone *-441
BOTICA CARLTON
IMS Males* Ave.
Phone ISCol
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Urn. 55 Waal 12th Irert.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 17 "H" StreetPanaaaa
No. 11.171 Central Ave.CaMa.
SO
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Minimum for
12 words
3* each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: 8 piece mahogany
, livingrcom set. Wordrobe, 2 mir-
.' ron. House 784 Apt. C. Tovernillo
street. Balboo
TOR SALE:One fence for Duplex.
Two Volance Boxes. Shelves, dif-
ferent sues. House 7M-A, Coco-
. li. C. Z. Tel. 4-182.
FOR SALE; -- Cheap 25 ond 60
cycles refngerotors, sofo. bed. sido
~ board, other household or-tic'ei.
4 I -2 street, house 20-A, New
Cristobal.
. F0'< SALE Two sets i2 sctees ond,
4 chairsi recently rtfmiihed Gua-I
temalon lurmture. A'uminum I
Venetian Blinds. 4 54 x 72
in. I 36 x 72 in. 20 in. Boys
Bicycle. Electric clocks. lamps,
glasswore and many other smoll
household items. 220-B. Anccn-
fishbowl. Tel. Balboa 3201.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:Trucks: Ona GMC. 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition.
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army ryp*. 10
wheels, 1942. On* International
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chaisi. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947. short
chassis. On* Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610. Ponamo.
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.
FOR SALE: Stove. 4 burner with
~ oven, apartment size. Cooks good.
$25.00. Tel. 83-6257.
FOR SALE:Eitote Hillmon station-
wagon with 4.800 miles. Call
phone 2-2040 Ponce, from 8:00
I :00 p. m.
*0 RSALE:Nine piece bamboo fur-
niture, lamps, ond Frigidoire. 0437
G. Frangiponi St. Ancon. 4:30 to
6:00 for inspection.
FOR SALE: One pair handmade
Guotemalo bedspreod 'chochea.
Today. All doy Saturdoy ond Sun-
, doy
FOR SALE
Boat* & Motors
FOR SALE- Chrvsler M 7 Monne
fkViotcr, complete with reduction
gear Good condition. Tel. 82-
6257._______________________
FOR SALE: -- 14 Ft speedboot. 22
H. P. Johnson outboard, 2 wheel
trailer, completely equipped. $175.
00. Apt. 7-2 Summit Novy Radio,
Phone 25-2636.
FOR SALE:25 Ft. aujyliorv sloop
with Nylon soils, cypress bottom.
5 H. P. K*rmoth. watercooled,
' Jingle Cyl direct drive with clutch
ond reverse Excellent shape May
be inspected ond sailed at Gatun
Yocht Club on o week-end. Call
4-529.
LESSONS
Mrs Ruth Rogan is taking registra-
tion for her private kindergorten
rppening on September 10. Hr-
"ick Rood. 309. Tel. Bolboo 1835.
---i----------------------------------
Short 3-month course in modern
'.^-fi-.nLilnr piano playing for advanced
pianists. Hfcnnett's Piono Studio.
"Juan B. Sosa Street No. 9. Tel. 2-
Jl282, Panama.
FOR SALE:Lot* 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. $!.-
200.00. Cristobal 3-2583.
BARGAIN! Save $450. 1951 M. G.
automobile, perfect ond econ-
mico!. Peterson. Hotel Tivoli.
FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker De
Lux* Champion Sterlite Coup*,
whit* wall tires, extras. 5337, Dia-
blo. 2-3193.
CHEAP! 1950 Buick Special, 4 Door
Sedon, duty paid,, undercooted,
rodio. dynoflow, 8.000 mile*, can
finance or exchange for lighter
car. Call Wong Chang S. A Cen-
tr! Avenue No. 93.
FOR SALE:--1947 Nash-600 Club
Coupe, one owner. 16.000 miles,
imitation leather I plastic I uphols-
tery, if tiras. less than 1.000
mile 220 B. Ancon-fish bowl. Tel.
2-3201.
FOR SALE: Buick Sedon 4-Door
1937 A-l condition. $180.00.
321-B. Culebro Road. Ancon.
MISCELLANEOUS
0* yeu have oVinkirif piehlemr
Writ* Alcoholic! Anonymoiu
o. 2011 Anean. C Z.
Visit Bemordo's Beouty Shop, "Cas-
tillo del Oro" Building, opposite
Ho'elEI Panama, T*l. 3-4740.
For professional advice in color
schemes, interior decoration, stores
arrangement. Call 3-3587, Pon-
ama.
You have heard of the Boston Bar.
Now is the time to drop in. George,
originolly ot El Roncho, is ther*
to give you th* best of servic*.
Drinks at half-price Monday ond
Thursday from 5 p. m. to 7 p.
m. Welcome to Army, Novy and
Air Fore* personnel.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Linhof 4x5 camera
f 3.8 lens, coupled Range Finder,
Synchroflosh. Call Guhck, 336
day or 406, eve.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE
For sale to the highest bidder. Build-
ings Nos. 788 Bolbooi 905-C." 922,
924, 926. 928-C. and 930 La Bo-
ca; 518. Ancon: 636. Balboo; 536
and 540. Red Tank Sealed bids will
be received in the office of the Su-
perintendent of Storehouses at Balboa
until 10:36 a. m. August 29, 1951,
when they will be opened in pjblic.
Forms of prcposol with full porti-
Culars may be secured in the offices
of the Superintendent of Storehouses,
Balboa, and the Housing Managers
at Bolboo Heights, ond Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALEEuuadorion straw ham-
mock Store "Eugenio Chan," 13
St. E. Panamo.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile 88
Club Coup* 1.500 miles, B 900
cash, remainder con be finonced.
Phone 84-4110 Qt". 961-B. Big
Tree Fort Kobbe after 6 00 p. m.
Saturday, all day Sundoy.
W* ho.e arocticolly cauca1 eric ti
on all Uaca Con! Com* in and
lack them aver. Noeh Agency
WANTED
Miscellaneous
i NEW INFORMATION
L0N RUSSIAN
__ (Continued from Page 1)
i
"will increase rapidly in the fu-
\ ture."
Civil defense plans so far have
all been based on the damage
that would be done by a so-call-
ed Nagasaki-type bomb It was
', assumed that this was the type
of bomb which Russia tested In
, the world-shaking experiment
, which President Truman an-
nounced on Sept. 23, 1049
| The United States has long
aince developed A-bombs which
| ire six to eight times as powerful
'.as the Nagasaki bomb, and it Is
working on a hydrogen bomb
'.that could be up to 1,000 times
as powerful.
Scientists at the Oak Ridge
|National Laboratory also are try-
.ing to design a new type of nu-
'clear engine" which probably
!wlll serve as a model for histo-
ry's first atomic-powered air-
plane.
The laboratory itself confirm-
ed that it has discovered "new
and more effective shielding ma-
terials." needed to make the i
power plant compact enough to
lit in a plane.
For aovtral months scientists I
have been convinced that a non-
hazardous airplane using atomic ]
fuel can be built to fly non-stop ;
around the world at supersonic
speeds. It would rarely If ever
"run out ef gas."
Now. according to information
Just published by the atomic en-
ergy commission, the laboratory
here has been given tlie job of
providing initial design of an
aircraft type of reactor and per-
forming related nuclear re-
search."
This "related" research un-
doubtedly consists of twin pro-
grams under way at the labora-
tory to find more efficient
shielding for mobile" reactors.
Shielding Is necessary to protect i
personnel aboard an atomic i
plane, submarine or aircraft car- I
f\erall on the drawing boards i
from danger.nis radiation.
' Meanwhile, from London came '
reports that Britain can build her
town atom bomb any time she
chooses. But there appears to be
two schools of thougiit in that
Country as to whether the Brit-
ish should produce their own
bomb.
i One school of thought feels
that Britain should go ahead and
produce the atom bomb to show
WANTED TO RENT: American
executive and wife d*sir* com-
pletely furnished house or oport-
ment preferobly in Bella Vis-
to for period of 3 '-i months. Tel.
Mr Asbury 2-0512 or 3-0833.
WANTED: To buy Diesel engine
any condition, any horsepower 45
to 120, C. Z. 2-2367 after 4 p.
WANTED:Dochound Puppy. Call
Balboa 2-2663.
WANTED: To buy Wedgewood
China Pattern 2768. whit* tnbos-
sed Qu**nsw*re. Co I Balboa 3276
evenings, between 5 ond 6.
Wanted Position
WANTS EMPLOYMENT: E*-ad-
ministrotor of United Fruit Co.
plontotions. Ex-manoger of pro-
jects of the Institute cf Inter Amer-
ican Affairs, needs work, wonderful
references. Tel. 3197, Clayton,
P. O Box 619.
Peek Into Bus Window
Leads to Reunion
LINCOLN. Neb.. Aug. 17
(UP i. Mrs. W. M Perrln. Lin-
coln, was reunited with her mo-
ther. Mrs Edna Hayes. -Waterloo,
la.. In a bus depot here after 37
years.
Mrs. Hayes, looking through
the window of a bus parked In
the depot, said, she recognized
htr daughter, even after so many
years.
Mrs. Perrin. now 37. was adopt-
ed by an Iowa couple shortly
after she was born.
FOR SALE: Boby High Chair, 99
Belisario Porras. San Froncisco.
FOR SALE1951 Mercury Sport Se-
don with many extras, 4.500 miles.
Best offer take it. Zenith "Glo-
bal" portable radio. $25.00. One
Bell & Howell model 70- de 16
mm. movie camera with three len-
ses, W.'A F-2.7. 1"-F:1.9, 4",
Telephoto, F.4.5, with D* Lux*
carrying case. Just returned from
factory check and overhaul. An
excellent buy for $400.00. Tele-
phone Bolboo 3069.
FOR SALE:Fine-bred Puppies. 10
weeks old. Vilar family. End of 9th
St Borriodo Panomi Amrica,
Lefevre Pork.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Two bedroom, concrete
cottage, Santa Clora, completely
furnished. fhjctnc ice box. gos
rang*, terms. .Phone 6-541.
FOR SALE:Bungalow in New Swit-
zerland, El Volcon. overlooking
Chirigul River. Newly built; fur-
nished; fireplace, rock foundation;
991 sq. meter lot. Sacrifice for
quick sale. 2-3727.
Posse Shoots Down
Love-Crazed Killer
LAKEWOD. N J Aug. 17 "UP>
A 100-man posse last :ilght
tracked down and fatally shot a
50-vear-old lovecrazed man who
had killed his sweetheart and her
mother and wounded another
woman
Paul Yasiewicz. a cook, ran a-,
ir.ok at a beer drinking party at
the home of Anna Thurpan. ap-
parently because her 87-year-old
mother objected to her courting.
the world she does not need help
from the United Statr-s
The other contends Britain
should not go tc the expense of
making her own atom bombs,
which are not necessary In view
of her friendship with the United
States.
Britain has kept pace in atom-
ic research and now has three
atomic furnaces, including the
one at Harwell between London
and Oxford. *
Differential Setup
Following Usual
Pattern In Congress
Enactment of the annual Ci-
vil Functions bill seemed to be
following a well-grooved pattern
with the passage by the Senate
early this week of the measure
Including authorisation for pay-
ment of an overseas differential
to Armed Forces Employes.
The differential Is not to ex-
ceed 25 per cent.
The Information was received
In a cable from CLU-MTC Le-
gislative Representative W. M.
Price. The bill must now go to
conference.
Authorization Is contained In
the McCarran Amendment,
which also limits craft and su-
pervisory positions with the
Panama Canal organizations to
American and Panamanian ci-
tizens, except in the cases of
employes with 15 years or more
service.
This provision can be, and
customarily is. suspended at the
discretion of the President.
Another threat to the overseas
differential* was lessened when
the Senate eliminated Section
407 of the Agricultural bill
sponsored bv Congressman J.
L. Whitten of Mississippi. As
passed by the House It would
prohibit the payment of over-
seas differential to anyone ex-
cept US 'citizens hired in the
States for continuous service
(exclusive of military service*.
This difference also must be
Ironed out In conference.
Further details on the status
of differential legislation and
other pending measures are ex-
pected in time for the Central
Labor Union and Metal Trades
Council meeting at Balboa
Lodge Hall Sunday at 8:30 a. m.
RESORTS
HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO. El Voile.
Special for August. Room with
privte both $35.00 per month,
$20.00 for 15 days. Meals a la
carte. Reservations Tel. Pan. 2-
1112.
Gromllch'i Santa Cloro beoch-
coitoges. Electric Ice boxes, gal
stoves, moderate cates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
CASINO SANTA CLARA
Panama's Most Populof Residentiol
ond Recreational Suburbion Develop-
ment. Building Lots ot Reasonable
Prices. Overnight cobins at $2.00
person. A la Carte Restaurant, 7 to
II P. M.
Willlom Sonta Cloro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms. Frigidoirei. Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santo Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobol 31673.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT: In Los Cumbres, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's room &
both. Large garden ond patio. New
refrigerator, stove and freezer; hot
water. Some furniture. $115.00.
Call Curundu 83-2165.
FOR RENT: Cholet. 2 bedrooms on
intersection of Pueblo Nuevo high-
way ond Bovd-Roosevelt # 4036.
$70.00. Inquire No. 15, 8th. St.
Panama, Mr. Quijono. ,
FOR RENT
Apartment)
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contocl office No. 8061. I 0th
St. New Uristobol. Phon* 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Three-bedroom apart-
ment, furnished, for one month,
hear Ancon bus-stop. Reasonable
rental. Available August 24. pos-
sibly earlier. Telephone Panam
2-3067.
TO RENT:2 bedroom apartment,
living-diningroom $65.00. Key 85
Cuba Ave. or phone 3-0841.
FOR RENT:New, modern, ventl-
feted. ond screened apartments,
furnished and unfurnished^Jt 61.
4th of July Ave, phone Z-2446.
Miguel Hive.
Option to opaitment. must buy din-
ingroom set. other furniture.
Cheap. Tivoli Rochet No. 14 Apt.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
two bedrooms, living-diningroom,
maid's room, garage, above hous*
* 38 East 51 St., $85 00 month-
ly. Inquire No. 15, 8th street, Mr.
Quijano, Panama.
FOR RENT:Modern oportment. 2
bedrooms, living-diningroom. gar-
age. $90.00. Above house No 15
First street Perejil. Also one bed-
room oportment downstair, some
house. $60.00. Inquire No 15.
8th Stre*t, Panama. Mr. Quijono.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: To lady 'American
preferred' furnished or unfurnish-
ed, cool room in modern apartment
neor Hotel El Panam. Coll 8 a.
m. to 2 p. m. 3-4848.
FOR RENT:Furnished room, private
entrone*, private bath, very cool.
Apply = 3. Jose Duque Avenue,
Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENTFurnished room with
private bothroom and entrance.
Kitchen privilege. 43rd Street No.
13.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: In Colon, spocious
site, centrally locot*d, opposite
Colon Theare. # 10143 Central
Avenue Ideol for business. Inquire
# 7039 Balboa Avenue Colon.
Mr. Balm, or # 115 Central Ave.
Panomo, "Vilanova."
Aleutian Islands
'City' Too Big
For Britches
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Aug. 17 -
(U.P.*. The U.S. Army has
assigned the famed Australian
a\iator and explorer. Sir Huber'.
Wllkins. to develop a camou-
flaged uniform for wear on the
deurt,
Sir Hubert, who is credited
with perfecting a uniform for
vuar in polar reelorrs. discussed
rxssihle desert styles with oi-
ftctalf of the botanical gardens
here, He said his main problem
was finding clothing which
would blend with desert terrain
and plant life.
Tlie uniform will be teste'
at the Yvma desert test station
in southeastern Arizona bv a
specialist unit assigned to the
base.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. S-014O.
CONTAX
Reflex Camera___$249.50
List price.........$475.00
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adj. International Hotel)
THE LARGEST INCREMENT OF AIRMEN to arrive on the Isthmus since the Caribbean Air
Command phase-down in 1949 debarked yesterday afternoon from the M8TS ship Priyata
Her.ry Gibbons. The ship docked in Cristobal with the 138 newcomers, who are slated for
various assignments at Albrook Air Force Bat*.__________(Photo by Albrook AFB Photo Lab.)
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
. 22 E 29th St.
ALADDIN
KEROSENE Mantle Lamp
60 Candle Power ot Modern White
Light. Burns 50 Hours On 1 sal. of
Kerosene. Unen 94* AIR Only So
KKROSKNE. Absolutely Sata It
cannot Explode Requires no gener-
ator or pump No Smoke or Odor.
So Simple a Child Can Operate It
$9.95 Lowest Price
ever Offered In Panama.
All Parti Available.
On Sale In All HARDWARE and'
i l km 11 in Stores
Distributora: -
YV0N CHANG, S. A.
Coln iitli St. A Balboa ve
Tel SM
Panam S3 Central Ava.
Tel. 2-29S7
^ ana lac
INSTANT
(fortified with Vitamin D)
WHEN PROPERLY DILl'TED
CONTAINS:
Protein.............. 36.9*
Lactose ............. 51.01
Fat ................. 1.0%
Calcium ............ \3flt
Phosphorus.......... 1.02%
Sodium Oxide........1%
Potassium Oxide .... 1.75%
Niacin ... 4.2 nig. per lb.
Thiamine l'.i. mr, per lb.
Kiboflavin 9.2 mr, per lb.
Calories 360 per qt.
Vitamin D 400 units per qt.
On Sale in P.C. t'u Commissaries.
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all Is well,
A job von found, as we can tell!
Our Want Ad you answered to a
T."
Soon you'll be president, wait "n
Local 900 Board's
All-Day Meeting
Adopts Resolutions
The first session of the new
Executive Board of Local 9Q0,
GOEOC-CIO, met early this
week at La Boca, and in an
atmosphere of high optimism
and great determination de-
cided to pursue an aggressive
and progressive course during
the next year.
In an all day session which
began at 9:00 a .m. and was
not concluded until 8:00 p. m.
the Board first of all adopted
a comprehensive set of By-
laws which will serve as the
rules under which this labor
organization will function
within the jurisdiction of the
Canal Zone.
A number of resolutions
adopted at the Annual Meeting
and transmitted to the Execu-
tive Board for ratification due
to their nature were fully dis-
cussed" and finally adopted for
Immediate release.
First among these resolu-
tions was one calllne upon the
Government of the Canal Zone
to immediately review and ade-
ouately adfusb that portion of
the Medical Tariff which places
retired Local Rate employes in
a category which is tantamount
to a direct refusal to glvintr
medical, dental, surgical care
and other services to these
workers who have made sacri-
ficial contributions to the suc-
cessful Canal construction and
its efficient maintatnance bv
devoted, faithful, and- unselfish
years in service.
Another resolution called
upon I he Government of the
Canal Zone to restudv and re-
vise thr- Medical charges on a
more coui'able basis In relation
to present wages and present
living "-osts. and that narents
and other dependents of em-
ploves outside the Canal Zone,
and within the Renublic of Pa-
nama, be mong those eligible
for medical and dental care pnd
other services furnished at the
Health Bureau fpclllties.
The next resolution called
upon the Governor of the Cana'
Zone 10 afford coverage of
leave beinir extended the part-
time emDloves not now re-
ceiving these benefits, and that
they be also accorded eonal
hosnital. housing, and other
facilities.
A resolution calling unon the
Government and Civic F.m-
rjlovrs Organizing Committee-
CIO in the United Slates to
support A BILL H.R. 552. In-
troduced In the House of Re-
presentatives Janusrv 3. 1951,
cited as the Federal Fair Em-
ployment Practices Act. which
pronoseri to extend the benefits
of the PEPC to the Canal Zone,
was nassed.
Other resolutions included an
aDneal to GOEOC to affix a
"rider" to The Canal Zone Con-
struction Act approved bv the
Congress of the United States
of America to makp eligible for
annuities the local Rate em-
ployes who contributed to the
construction of the Panama
Op1.
The next resolution omwsed
pll leave-cutting mensures and
those that Intend to extend
th" workweek.
A resolution calling upon the
Canal Zone Government and
the Ppnama Canal Comrjanv
to retain a general level of rea-
slr--h'" r'lcea on staple Items
and prant an Increase in wage
to embrare nil emoloves to aug-
ment the Anril 2?nd increase
which has long since been
neutralized bv Commissary
price, was next adopted.
Followed one paying hlghn'
tribute to the Government nnd
Civic Organl7ing Committee
and to the Congress of In-
dustrial Organizations for their
sincere efforts to assist th"
Local Rate emoloveS of the
United 8'at.ea O-overnment. re-
sidents of the Canal Zone and
of the Republic of Panama.
Another group of resolutions
Included one expressing un-
animous anpreclation and rratl-
tude to President Edward A
Gaskln for the unrleht and
militant manner used In v>rtnc-
lng the cause o the Local Rate
'MR. AND MRS. TOMORROW"Venus 0-0000 is the number!
about to be called by the "Man of Tomorrow," on the neat little]
inter-planetary telephone carried by the "Woman of Tomorrows
on her belt. The futuristic pair are on display at theiHayden?
Planetarium in New York City. The lady's costume, less telej
phone, might rags unnoticed in one of the big town's cocktail)
bars, but the. gentlemtn, in a gold and gray, one-piece ensembla
with matching redar rings around his head," v.'ould' prbb'abljl
-------._._____create quite a commotion,j*.------*
Local VFW Leaders
Leaving for NY's
Nail. Encampment
V. F. W. members spear-
heading the Panama area dele-
gation E. J. Egllnton,WalterE.
Rahte and Raymond W. Barrett
are leaving this weekend lor
the 52nd Veterans of Foreign
Wars National Encampment to be
held in New York City during the
week of August 26 to 31.
Visitors and delegates from all
of the United States, and posses-
sions, will march and establish a
beachhead at Times Square In
the Hotel Astor. which has been
selected as National Headquar-
ters for the duration Of the En-
campment.
Department Commander Eg-
llnton of the V.F.W. (Canal
Zone) is employed in the U.S.
Army Caribbean Engineering Re-
production Plant on the P Corozal. While in New York, he
will describe details of USARCA-
RIBs current Civilian Anli-Air-
craft program to the general as-
sembly.
In addition, Egllnton and
Rahte will present a Hand-made
Panamu hat. donated by Mottas
of Panarra City, to the keynote
speaker who is expected to be
Gov.Thomas E. Dewey of New
York.
Commander Egllnton will also
workers to the attention of the
Government and people of the
United States, resounding
throughout the entire world.
This was followed by one re-
solving to relentlessly press
forward toward a one hundred
per cent organization of the
workers on the Canal Zone.
The Government of the Canal
Zone Administration was called
upon In another resolution for
immediate action to remedv
the lndaqeuate educational and
recreational facilities afforded
Local Rate workers on the Ca-
nal Zone.
Resolutions expressing ap-
preciation to the Panama Ca-
nal Administration and to the
American Embassy for coopera-
tion next followed, and another
entering an energetic and vigor-
ous protest to the Administra-
tion of the Canal Zone against
the continued application of
the system classified as the
Caribbean Wage Scale, conclud-
ed thla serles o resolutions.
Introduce a resolution calling up-
on the House of Representatives
to restore the Civil Defense ap-
propriation to the Panama Canal
Zone.
The Chief of Staff of the V F.
W. Canal Zone Department, Wal-
ter Rahte Is a Sergeant First
Class. U.S. Army, attached to
Headquarters USARCARIB. While
In New York. Rahte will be a
member of the Publications Com-
mittee of the V.F.W. 52nd Na-
tional Encampment, as well as a
delegate from Diablo All State
Post No. 727. Canal Zone.
Chief of Staff Rahte and a re-
presentative of the Republic of
Panama will display a huge ban-
ner to the Encampment calling;
for its approval of Panama City
as the scene of the 1960 Conven-
tion .
S-Sgt. Raymond W. Barrett
(5700 M&S) Albrook Air Force
Base, is V.F.W. Service Officer
of the Canal Zone Department.
Barrett will attend a pre-en-
catriDment meeting of all V.F.W.
Service Officers and as a mem-
ber of the Security Committee he
will also attend the Western Con-
ference meeting.
A feature of the Canal Zone de-
legation, is the assistance given
by the Republic of Panama. The
National Tourist Commission haa
sent a representative to partici-
pate in the presentation of a ban-
ner, which lobbies for a 1960
V.F.W. Encampment in Pana-
ma. Official cars used by the Ca-
nal Zone delegation will carry
Panama license plates and Pan-
amanians of the New York colony
will present native danoas and
music to the encampment.
Before leaving the Panama
area. Chief of Staff Rahte said:
"We expect to put Panama on
the V.F.W. map at this encamp-
ment and with the help given us
bv the Republic of Panama we
have a fine chance to impress
visitors from all over the United
States."
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VISITING COLOMBIAN ARMY LEADERS
ARE HONOR GUESTS AT MANY PARTIES
The Chief of SUM of the Armed Forces of Colombia,
Brigadier General Carlos B. Bcjarano, the Acting Com-
mandant of the Colombian Army, Colonel Marino R. Ospina,
the Chief of the Medical Service of the Army, Lt. Colonel
Gomei Arenilla, the Lt. Colonel Alberto Boada, and the Chief
of the Cnited States Army Mission to Colombia, Colonel S.
F. Vincent arrived yesterday by plane.
They are staying In the Army guest house at Quarry
Heights.
Yesterday noon they were hon-
ir guests at a stair luncheon glv-
;n toy the Chief of Staff. Carib-
bean Command. Brigadier Oen-
eral Robert L. Howze. at the Al-
brook Air Force Base Officers
Club
A stag dinner was Riven in their
nonor by the Comfhander-ln-
Chlef Caribbean. Lt.
William H. H. Morris. Jr., at hU
quarters in <}uarry Heights last
evening. Covers were laid for
twenty-eight.
On Saturday night
and Mrs. Morris will give a din-
ner in their honor at the Albrook
Field Officers Club.
Allen-Schneider Nuptials
Held at Amador Chapel
A prof union of white flowers
made a floral setting in Fort Am-
Oeneral ador Chapel last evening for the
marriage of Miss Mildred Eileen
Schneider, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Henry Schneider of
Balboa, to William Joseph Allen,
General son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J.
Allen of Balboa.
The ceremony was performed
by Father Louts B. Storms before
an altar adorned with baskets of
lilies. Two large baskets of gla-
dioli flanked the chancel rail,
which was entwined with myrtle
and other flowers. White candles
were placed at the windows and
on the chancel rail. Clusters of
daisies with satin bows decorated
the ends of the pews.
The wedding music consisted of
the traditional wedding marches.
Schubert's "Ave Maria," and oth-
er selections, including Adeget-
to." "Intermezzo." "Song With-
out Words," and "Panls Angeli-
cus."
Miss Hilda Hlnz played the or-
gan, accompanied by Charles
Lester, violinist.
Escorted to the altar by her fa-
ther, the bride wore a gown made
"en princess" with a chantilly
lace bodice and full skirt of sa-
tin, terminating, a long cathedral
train. Her voluminous veil of silk
Illusion, which covered her face
and overlaid her train, was fast-
ened to a pearl trimmed lace
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Book
PAGE SEVEN
s
"Westward Crossing." by Hum-
phrey Barton. Is one of the new
books placed in circulation dur-
ing the past week by the Panama
Canal Library, it Is the story of
a trip from England to New York
in the smallest yacht ever to
make the east-west passage.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Criminology True tales from
the annals of crime and rascali-
ty. McKelway.
Fine arts and entertainment
Old English porcelain, a hand-
book for collectors. Honey: An
Introduction to the science of
photography. Chamberlain; Ra-
dio's best plays. Liss.
Travel and biography west-
ward crossing. Barton; All about
8pain. Long; Journals, aide.
Fiction Corpse diplomatique,
Amer; The silver ladles. Ersklne;
Eight uncollected tales.. James;
Caroline Hicks. Karig; The man
who knew the date, Kerr; The
princess of Cleves. La Fayette;
The monarch of the glen, Mac-
kenzie; Journey to a high moun-
tain, Wellard; The place of the
lion. Williams.
New Editions and Replace-
ments A lantern In her hand,
cap. She carried a cascade bou-
,,, .wit. .,.. _j mi.. memo r\ lauicm in iicr uaiiu.
S: w. S and ,IIlM 0f >ldrich; Kings row. Bellamann;
White banners. Douglas; My days
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15TH & VIA BELISARIO PORRAS
the Nile.
Mrs. Ronald Seeley. matron of
honor, wore a strapless goWn of
peach-colored lace and net over
taffeta with a net stole. She wore
a garland of orchid-tinted roses
and carried a amtching bouquet.
The bridesmaids were Miss
Maureen Manush. Mrs. Theodore
Melanson, Miss Joanne Stelner
and Mrs. Charles L. Jones. Mrs.
Melanson and Miss Manush were
clad In lavender and carried bou-
quets of shell pink roses. Mrs.
Jones and Miss Stelner wore deeo
lilac and carried yellow roses. All
the attendants wore gowns fash-
ioned like that of the matron of
honor. Miss Florence Allen was
a flower girl.
Mr. Theodore Melanson was
best man. Ushers were Mr.
Charles McGee, Mr. Dave Kelle-
her. Mr. John MUlett and Mr.
Jack Johnson. Master Allan Stel-
ner was ring bearer.
About three hundred guests at-
I tended the reception in the ball-
1 room of the Hotel Tivoli after the
| wedding.
Mr. and Mrs. Allen will make
their home in Wathena. Kansas.
'where Mr. Allen will be a music
instructor for high school and
grade school.
of anger. Farrell; A son of the
middle border. Garland; War and
peace. Tolstoy; On the meaning
of life. Durant; Soul of amber,
Still; Tropical butterflies, Werr
ner; A handbook of tropical a-
grlculture, Maseflcld; The ana-
tomy of advertising. Wiseman;
Best American humorous short
stories. Jessup.
Children's Books Up and
down the river. Caudill; Chujrgy
and the blue caboose. Freeman;
The good rain, Goudey; The sto-
ry of Joseph, Lau; Kay Everett
calls CQ, Lobsenz; Pogo'.s sky
ride; a story of airplanes. Norl-
ing; Boats, airplanes and kites,
LaBerge; Fun with fabrics,
Leeming.
Children's Replacement
Peter Pan. Barrie; Five little Pep-
pers and their friends, Lothrop,
Black Beauty. Sewell.
Ambassador's House Guests
Leave for United States
United States Representative
Thomas 8. Gordon and Mrs. Gor-
don, accompanied by their
daughter. Miss Natalie Gordon,
are leaving today aboard the S3.
Ancon en route to the United
States.
Representative Gordon and his
family have been the house
guests of UDited States Ambassa-
dor to Panama and Mrs. John
Cooper WUey at the Embassy re-
sidence on La Cresta.
Departing Residents
Mr. and Mrs. Donald C. Grefe
are leaving by plane today for
Argentina, where they will make
their home in Buenos Aires.
They attended many parties in
their honor and visited many
friends during their brief stay.
ry L. Patton, who is going on a
vacation of about a month an a
half to be spent visiting in
Brohxvllle. New York. Miss Pat-
ton, executive director of the Ca-
nal Zone Olrl Scout Council is
also planning to attend Girl Scout
training camp in Pleasantvllle,
New York.
Also leaving today aboard the
Panama Railroad ship are Mr. j
and Mrs. Thomas L. Flint, who
are going to spend a two and a I
half month vacation in the Un-
ted States. They are stopping in ;
New York City to visit with Mrs. i
Flint's family, th'en driving toj
Montana to see his relatives. The i
Flints are accompanied by their
children, Robert and Jan.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl 8. Moulton
are departing oh the same ship
for the United States, where they
will make their home in Albu-
querque, New Mexico.
Mrs. Hoffman Gives
Luncheon for Talberts
Mrs. c. P. Hoffman entertain-
ed this week with a luncheon at
the Hotel Tivoli in honor of Miss
Gertrude Talbert of Washington.
DC. and Mrs. Raymond Talbert,
Inviting Mrs. William H, Allen,
Mrs. R. Stressman and Mrs. Ho-
race D. Bishop.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Tal-
bert with sons. Bobby and Dicky,
are leaving the Canal Zone to re-
side in Sliver Springs, Maryland.
Mr. Talbert has been transferred
to the Army Engineers in Wash-
ington, D.C.
Leaving on S.S. Ancon
Judge and Mrs. Ralph Chlttick
are leaving today aboard the 8.
S. Ancon for the United States,
where they plan to make their
home in Hartford. Connecticut.
On the same ship is Miss Ma-
lo Visit in Colombia
Mrs. Katie C. Klelman and Miss
Elida Recuero of Bella Vista are
leaving by plane for Cartagena.
Colombia today to spend a few
days visiting with their families.
Birthday Dinner
In celebration of her birthday,
a group of friends gave Mrs.
Charles Beeson a progressive din-
ner at their homes in Golf
Heights Wednesday evening.
Elks Club to Give
Dance Tomorrow Night
A dance, open to Elks and their
guests, will be given at the Elks
Club in Balboa tomorrow night.
Music for dancing will be fur-
nished by the club orchestra.
JCook Covely
forMim with a
W)odbur
complexion
For him... I ways be your most beautiful,
enchanting self with a lovely, vivid Wood-
bury complexion. Woodbury Facial Soap,
made for the skin alone, i thorough, yet
to gentle ... even to sensitive akin. JVewr
burnt or irritate. Its rich, creamy lather
with an extra-mild beauty-cream ingredi-
ent removet dirt, oily film and dead akin
particlesleaves your akin completely
refreshed. Start your Woodbury care to-
Jnvyou'll captivate him ion if hi with
your toft, glowing complexion!
y
FOR THE SKIN YOU LOVE TO TOUCH .
Be faithful to> a daily Woodbury Facial Cocktail.
Smooth on thick, rich Woodbury lather with a toft
cloth. Rinse in lukewarm then cool waterand dry.
You can tee and jeel a satiny-smooth skin of clear,
gleaming beauty ... a delicate, younger-looking
complexion that invites romance.
NO "SKES-BUHJV'.WITH WOODBLRY'S BEALTY-CREAM INGREDIENT!
M. & DOLL AGENCIES Box 322 Panam
Boat Club to Hold
Dinner Dance Saturday
The Pedro Miguel Boat Club Is
holding Its monthly free dinner
and dance at 6:30 p.m. on Satur-
day. August 18. Music for the
dance, which will last until mid-
night, will be furnished by Ger-
ald and his boys.
Members of the club will be re-
quired to show their membership |
cards.
Balboa Cristobal Trip for
Dance Hostesses
The Balboa YMCA Is coopera t- |
ing with the Cristobal YMCA in
the dance for personnel of the '
USS Missouri on Saturday even- ;
ing at the Cristobal "Y". Trans- |
portatlon for Pacific Side nos- i
tesses will be provided by the
Navy.
All Junior Hostesses who have
signed to go to Cristobal are re
minded that the busses will leave
the Balboa "Y" promptly at 6
p.m.
Following the dance, the busses
will carry the girls back to the
Balboa "Y" from which private
cars will take them to their re-
spective homes.
Mrs. Abbie de Linares. Prosram
Director of the Balboa "Y" is ar-
ranging this special trip.
Imported
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Heat Eases In Some Part$
Of Drought-Struck Texa
NO BUSSES: TRAIN'S TOO TALL You'll need a stepladder
to say farewell if you're seeing someone off on this new
triple-deck railroad train now in service on the Frankfurt-
Dortmund line in Germany. This young gallant put a suit-
case into play, and still fell somewhat short of seeing his
lady lair off In the grand manner. (NEA-Acme photo by
Staff Photographer Hans Jaeger.)
Sweltering Texans cheered today
as a cool front edged across the
Panhandle and high plains.
The weatherman said "maybe"
lt would drop temperatures in
some other parts of the heat-
stricken Lonv Star State tomor-
row, possibly to the middle-90's"
in Dallas.
Mid-day temperatures In the
Panhandle were In the mid-70's,
twenty degrees cooler than yes-
terday, an nature's own air con-
ditioner went to work, but there
was no sign of the commodity
Texas needed worse than cool
breezes general rain.
Livestock Interests said ranges
In one-half to two-t h 1 r d s of
Texas were burned up by the
long siege of hot. dry weather.
Ranchers, plagued by scorched
ranges and water problems, have
been marketing their animals
heavily.
Charles Breedlove, a veteran
livestock commission man at
Fort Worth, said he could foresee
no market break in prices.
Most of the animals being mar-
keted are not beef cattle, he said,
but feeders and stockers which
will be shipped to areas where
ranges are In better condition, or
i be put into freed lots for fatten-
ing.
jtexas range conditions, sis ot
Aug. 1. were 72 per cent of nor-
mal, the U.S. Department of
Agriculture said, the worst sanee
the drought and dust bowlijear
i of 1934. The-e has been further
deterioration of grasslands Since
'Aug. 1 in most sections.
The cost of the heat wart in
human life reached 34 slncejAug.
4 with the death of Lamar Jines,
30, Negro sawmill worker, at
Maurlceville yesterday.
Dallas' -city council adopted an
ordinance providing $200 fine for
violation of Its alterante-days
lawn sprinkling plan, and Hous-
ton's city council prepared an
emergency ordinance, limiting
water use to bare essentials be-
tween 8 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. Car
washing and lawn sprinkling will
not be considered "essential."
ONE RIDE TOO MANY
NEW HAVEN. Ind. (UP)Con-
ductor H. E, Wr goner, 89. was one
of four persons killed In a rail-
road accident here. He was a
railroad veteran of more than 50
years service who planned to re-
tire this fall.
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COCKTAIL PARTY AND DINNER
FEN BY ROEPKE'S
lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Fred C. Roepke Rare a
cocktail party and dinner at their quarters at the Naval Sta-
tion Coco Solo, Wednesday evening. The affair was honor
the promotions in the l\ S. Navy of Lt. Commander W. W.
Stevens, Lt. Commander H. J. Thornton, and Lieutenant E.
Bt.~. 'j. Brooks.
A white elephant gift exchange
was enjoyed during the eveninn.
Those present inc'.^" I Mrs. W.
W Steven?. Mrs .1 Thorn-
tori. Lt. aid Mrs W Horiek.Mrs.
B. .J. Brooks. Captain A. S Ba-
E. U.S. Marine Corps and Mrs.
3aker. Lt. and Mrs. Mark A. Loy
mdC.W.O. and Mrs. D. E. Sa-
oln.
Tri-Assembly Meets in Balboa
"A Tri-Assembly of the Order of
' Rainbow for Girls was held in
the Scottish Rite Temple at Bal-
boa on Wednesday evening. Au-
' guet 15. Balboa Assembly No. 1
WHS the host for Cristobal As-
- eerfibly No. 2 and Pedro Miguel
Assembly No. 3. A rovered di"=h
sapper preceded the meeting nncl
members of the Demolav assisted
In serving.
Members of the Cristobal As-
sembly who took part in the ini-
tiatory work were the Worthy
Advisor. Jeanette Marq uarit;
"Hope, Patricia Howard: Drill
Leader. Henrietta Ferri; Immor-
' tallty. Mary B. Sherry: Service.
Leneve Doui'h: Outer Observer.
t Joan Holgerson: ard the Mother
'Adviser Mrs. B. Donald Huni-
' phrey. Miss Ann West of Balboa
was the candidate. Other Cristo-
bal Rirls who attended were the
' Misses Nellie Holgerson. Carol
Harvev. Pamela Hawthorne. Flo-
rence Baker. Carol Newhard.Paul
Holgerson and H->zel Griffith.
Members of the Cristobal Board
that attended included Mrs, How-
ard Munro and Mrs. Rodger Grif-
fith.
During the meeting Mr. and
Mrs. R. T. Toone of Balboa were
presented with a hammered cop-
per pollera girl picture by mem-
bers of the Balboa Assembly in
appreciation of the fine work
they have done lor the order.
vlson who sailed for the States
today were honored guests at a
partv given bv members of the
Cristobal Union Church Choir af-
ter choir rehearsal Tuesday even-
ing. Mr. Davison has served as
director during the summer
months. Those present were Mrs.
A. L. Holgerson. Mrs. Gerhard
E. Lust. Mrs. Carl F. Maedl. Mrs.
Hugh W. Cassibry. Mr. Timothy
D. Ladd. Mr. Jay Frankhauser.
Mr. George Bennett. Mr. Robert
Grace, the Misses Paul and Nellie
Holgerson. Rita Howard. Marga-
ret Joudrey and the Rev. and
Mrs. Philip H. Havener.
slsted the hostess. Barbara and
Lina Erlckson. Dale McPherson.
Peggy and Colleen Rankln, David
Larrison, Shirley and Dohnle
Bonneau. Bill Hayes. Dorothy.
Boboy and Margr.ret Knox. Buz-
zle Sue and Johnnie Rathgaber,
Patty Joan and Luis Lezenbee,
Jimmy Cronpn. Duane, Ricky,
Christine and Chuckle Bath,
Sandra Keanes. Princess. Shirley,
Charlie and Terry Tobin and Pat
Roddy.
M. B. Smith Family
Sailed Today v
Mr. and Mrs. Melton B. Smith
of Gatun. with their children
Bruce. Lucinda. Phyllis and Mel-
ton sailed aboard the An con to-
day to make their home In Glen
Burnie. Maryland. On Tuesday
evening they were the dinner
guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
N. Nesslor; and Mr. and Mrs.
Carl Brown or Balboa were also
present.
Captain and Mrs. Flovd For-
rest of Gatun entertained with a
dinner for them Thursday even-
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Smith were pre-
sented with a beautiful Unen and
lace Army and Navy dinner cloth
as a farewell gesture of members
of the community of Gatun.
Gatun O.E.S. Club to Meet
with Mrs. Harris
The regular meeting of the Ga-
tun Eastern Star Club will be
held at the home of Mrs. Howard
R. Harris of Gatun next Tuesday
evening. August 21. at 7:30. Mrs.
Howard E. Munro and Mrs. Frank
Wolf will be co-hostesses with
Mrs. Harris.
Peggv Roddy Celebrates
Her Thirteenth Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Roddy
of Margarita arranged a barbe-
cue supper party at their home
Tuesday evening as a surprise to
their daughter. Peggy, on the oc-
casion other 13th birthday.
Prizes were won bv Celia Cron-
an and Peggy Rankin. The chil-
dren ducked for apples taht had
coins hidden in them. Other
guests who were present inchid-
Mr. and Mrs. Davison
Complimented
Mr. and Mrs. Norman B. Da-'ed Mrs. Luis Lezenbee, who as-
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Girl Scout and Brownie Leaders
Entertained at Coffee Party
The staffs of the Brownie and
Intermediate Girl Scout day
camps were honored at a coffee
partv held Tuesday morning at
the Fort Gulick Officers Club.
Hostesses for the occasion were
members of the Camp Committee
of the Atlantic District, Girl
Scout Council. Mrs. John Dovel
and Mrs. Charles Whltaker pre-
sided at the coffee service.
Miss Mary Patten, Girl Scout
Executive Director, gave the
group a brief account of the four
day-camps which were operated
during the summer by the Girl
Scout Council. There were 86
volunteer working consultants;
21 were unit leaders; 27 were
program aides; 4 nurses: 1 first
aider; 4 camn directors: 2 assist-
ant camp directors; 1 swimming
coach and 4 assistant counselors.
There were 263 girls enrolled in
the Canal Zone:
Mrs. Norman B. Davison. Di-
rector of the Brownie Camp, re-
ported that 11 adults and 10 pro-
gram aides assisted her with
camDactivitiescarriedout for the
61 girls enrolled. The Brownies
comprised 20 craft projects and
daily swimming, several hikes,
outdoor cooking, a shell-collect-
ing trip to Tellers Island and a
trlD to Mlndl Dairy were Includ-
ed in the program. The girls en-
joyed singing, dramatics and a
story hour each day.
Mrs. Paul Voi<;ht, Director of
the Intermediate camp, told about
her camp which stressed an out-
of-doors program. Each of the
four units cooked over camp fires
eight times during the season;
the girls did the planning, buying
of food, cooking and cleaning i p.
Several nature trips were made
outside of camp and craft pro-
jects Included stenciling. Swedish
embroidery, glass painting, lan-
yard braiding, lashing and refln-
ishing of metal and wood furni-
ture. Each unit participated In
an overnight camp.
Several Girl Scout songs were
enjoyed by the entire group
which included Mrs. Paul Volght.
Mrs. Norman Davison. Miss Mary
Patton. Mrs. William B. Llnd-
strom. Mrs. Lucia Blades. Mrs.
T. O: Ladd. Mrs. E. F. McClel-
land. Mrs. William Chite. Mrs.
Eileen O'Brien. Mrs. Marion
Nimtz. Mrs. Mary Gardner and
the Misses Kathryn Daniel. Di-
ane McLaren. Martha Graham.
Arlene Vandercrlft. Rita Howard.
Juanita Meeks. Joan Hogerson,
Lois Howard. Paula Dovel. May-
dele Gardner. Margaret Joudrey,
Carol Harvey and Muriel Mor-
land.
Hostesses for the affair weV
Mrs. Nelson Magner. Mrs. F. G.
Smith. Jr.. Mfs. Andrew Bleak-
ley. Mrs. John Dovel. Mrs. Mau-
rice Webb and Mrs. Charle*
Whitaker.
I.e;ion Giving Buffet
for Denarting Couple
A parly, buffet supper will be
given jointly by the Auxiliary and
Legion in Cristobal for the Ar-
thur Corbetts this evening at 6:30
at tlie Cristobal Legion Hall.
Mr. Arthur Corbett and Mrs.
a 12
flWflWfl
Golden-voi. J
MARIA DEL REY
singing American and Latin favorites
nightly except Sunday
8:30 and 11:30 p.m. '
BELLA VISTA ROOF
i o cove chutee no minimum
COCKTAIL HOUR
Meet your friend at 5:30 every
afternoon in the air-conditioned
Balboa liar... Kl Panama's canape
wagon brings you snacks "on the
house." Organ music by Avelino
Muoz.
SUNDAY BUFFET
in The Pr.cio at 7 p.m.
Chef Douthe's lavish buffet... mu-
sic for dancing by Eruin Kent's
orchestra, vocalise Jefjrey Carlion.
Self Made Bank Head Faces
$600,000 Embezzling Charge
NEW KENSINGTON. Pa., Aug. The examiners began a full-
17 (UP) Ludwlg R. Schlekat, a scale audit of the bank's books
.self-made man who worked his
way from clerk to bank president,
was charged today with embez-
zling $600,000 of the bank's funds.
As bank examiners traced the
defalcations at the Parnassus
National Bank, FBI agents took
the alight, 40-year-old banker to
Pittsburgh where he was ar-
raigned before a U. S. Commis-
sioner on charges of making false
entries and misapplication of
funds.
He was ordered held under
$50,000 bond. The perspiring
banker offered to post his own
property but Commissioner Ed-
ward Snodgrass, Jr., refused lt.
Schlekat's arrest followed an
Investigation which started a
week ago when a bank examiner
found a sheet inserted in the
bank's records during a routine
Inspection.
It listed the bank's "cash on
hand" as $719,651.95r-Examlners
found the actual amount in the
vault was only $119,651.59.
Bank examiners Refused to say
what the qulet-llving. bespecta-
cled banker had done with the
money. Edward C. Tefft, chief
liquidator of the Federal Deposit
Insurance Corp., who came here
from Washington to supervise an
audit, said:
"Let's just say that the money,
after lt was taken, was badly In-
vested."
Fellow officials at the plush,
"cash
after discovery of the false
on hand" entry.
The FDIC announced a short-
age had been discovered and said
that depositors Would be protect-
ed and the bank would remain
open until Its affairs are trans-
ferred to the Mellon Natoinal
Bank and Trust. Co., of Pitts-
burgh.
The news stunned residents of
New Kensington, as aluminum
manufacturing center, 21 miles
north of Pittsburgh.
In the exclusive Mt. vernon re-
sidential district of the city,
Schlekat lives In an imposing
two-story 125,000 buff brick
house.
Schlekat was known as a "hard
worker" and "businesslike."
A teetotaler, he was active In
the work of his church and a
leader in the activities of the
community's Lions Club. He sel-
dom was seen ut parties, prefer-
ring to stay home with his at-
tractive, blonde wife, Mary Ag-
nes, and their two children.
2-Time Wife Shooter
(alls To Explain,
Is Still Sought
MACON, Ga Aug. 17 (UP)
A caller who Identified himself
newly-remodeled bank would on- \ as widely sought Harry Thomp-
ly say that lt was "fantastic and i son told the Macon News today
unbelievable." Bank .examiners I that the newspapers "had lt all
said it wasn't spent on "wine, wrong" about the events leading
women and song." to the shooting of his wife and
---------------------------------------------1 mother-in-law.
Dorothy Corbett have been out- L J^Stoe* t^uo'i '
I&^SSLE'sV* the ^"ling^heTehaviof &&\
Legion and Auxiliary and in the women ror )h- ..,,. _nrlv
EKSSJ***. tttUa* |=y'poll^n^eo S
HAMBLETONIAN WINNER
waukee, Wls., roars to victory
at Good Time Park in Goshen
Spennlb and Yankee Hanover
Malnllner. a $25,000 colt owned bv Ralph H. Kroenlng of Mll-
In the 26th and richest running of the Hambletonlan Stakes
N.Y. With Guy Crlppen in the sulkv. Malnllner Is trailed by
In opening heat. Malnllner scored straight-heats victory.
(NEA Telephoto)
are well-known on the Isthmus.
All legionnaires and auxiliary
members on the Isthmus are cor-
dially Invited to attend.
Bake Sale at Cristobal Church
Saturday Morning
Members of the Junior Depart-
ment of the Cristobal Union
search for the elusive Thomp-
son after it was established that i
the call was placed here.
Both Thompson's wife, Bob-!
ble, and her mother, Mrs. Mary
Ragan, were under guard at!
Macon hospital where they were
being treated for their wounds.
It was the second time the
Church Sunday School will ; young wlfe had bnn wounded by
sponsor a baked food sale at the Tnompson. He serTed 18 monlhs
church Saturday morning from for shootlng her before they
8 until 12.
were married.
Thompson's 1947 Ford auto-
mobile was found abandoned
here Wednesday. The 46-year-
old fugitive was wanted for as-
Judge Chittick Honored
The Magistrates Courts of Bal-
boa and Cristobal last night hon- ,
ored Judge Ralph J. Chittick who 'iault *th'intent to murder and
is leaving for the United States r violation of a court order
at a farewell dinner given at Ir S/Sr.* *iy 'f0 m,*5?
Hotel Washington. Present for \hu wlie' who nad illed sult *or
the occasion were Judge and Mrs.
E.I.P. Tatelman. Mr. Sherman
Brooks. Mrs. Rosemary Reardon.
Mr. and Mrs D. Jenkins and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Mlchaelis.
Fire Prevention
Week Observance
Starts Oct. 7
The week beginning October 7
has been designated Fire Preven-
tion Week by proclamation by
President Truman.
The President has called on
state And local government, busi-
ness, labor and farm organiza-
tions, churches, schools and civic
groups and agencies o public ln7
lormatlon to cooperate in the ob-
servance of the occasion.
The President has also directed
the appropriate agencies of the
Federal Government to assist in
this crusade against the toll of
life and property resulting from
fires.
FIND METERS PAY
CHICAGO (UP)This big town
is learning what smaller cities
have known for a long timethat
parking meters are good busi-
ness. The city installed 555 met-
ers, the first ever erected on Chi-
cago's streets. After four days
the meters had yielded $1,019.73.
FROM PARIS....
Just received large variety of
FANCY PINS
at different price ranges
From $1.75 to $3.95
PARIS BAZAAR
Coln
: divorce.
JUST ARRIVED
14
Difieren
Models
14
Different
Types
We Present Our
Selection of 400 Day
Anniversary Clocks
Each clock is
guaranteed because it is
verified and oiled
before delivery.
COMPARE MODELS
AND PRICES!
CHAS. PERRET
Swiss Jewelry Store
Opposite Commissary
Phone 1148
COLON. R. P.
Monsignor Wilson
to Say High Mass
At 7 Tomorrow
Monsignor Gladstone O. Wil-
son. Chancellor of the Vicariate
of Jamaica, will say a high mass
at 7 a.m. tomorrow at the St.
Vincent de Paul church. Panama
city.
The visiting prelate will be at
St. Joseph's church. Colon, Sun-
day morning and Sunday evening
he will officiate at a Solemn Be-
nediction of the Blessed Sacra-
mint at 7 p.m. at the La Boca
ball park, it was announced by
Rev. Louis B. Storms, CM., su-
perior of the Vlncentlan Fathers.
St. Mary's Mission, Balboa.
During the "open air" services
at La Boca Sunday evening, Mon-
signor Wilson will bless Local
I Rate Little Leaguers. Father
iSchlmell and his St. Vincent's
' boys choir will sing for the ben- !
edictlon.
lour familyyour friendsand you,
yourself will enjoy the warm, relaxing,-
and educational entertainment found in
the music of a late model Wurlilzer Piano.
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Group Meetings
Unity Lodge No. 1084 of the
I B P O E of W.. will hold Its
; regular business session at tlie
Paraso Lodge Hal Ion Satur-
I day beginning at 7:30 p. m.
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PAGE NINE
Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
IN THE KEY OF GEE!
Benny Binlon .the- Dallas "rival" of Herbert Noble, gambler
who was blown to death In the twelfth attempt at assassinating
him, has a two-year option to acquire the Horseshoe Club, which
opens its doors today in Las Vegas (called by the mob "Lost
wages," Nev...Binlon is the man who, I reported, was on the
other end of the phone when Hal Shlmley met Noble In a Texas
uto court, which had been "bugged" by detectives. Shlmley,
acting for Binlon, was seeking to "straighten the whole damn
thing out (with Noble) so we can work in the open and we can
*11 make money,"
Binlon invested $350,000 in the Horseshoe Club. He bought the
slot-machine interest from P. O. Silvagni for $176,000 and par-
ticipated in paying off $87,000 owed by the former owners. Binlon
has so far been unable to get a Nevada license to "run."
Now that we have harvested all the authorities on how, why,
when and where Fannie Brice came to sing "My Man," we can
move onto the story of how Baby Snooks was born...It came
about In 1914, when Fannie was playing Keith's in Cleveland.
Her star number then was a satire on Pearl White's movie-serial
miseries in "Perils of Pauline," a ditty by Ray Walker (still with
us and living in Miami Beach) titled "Poor Pauline." At an after-
theatre party In her "honor" Fannie was asked to perform (aren't
they always?) and, as all those present had attended that even-
ing's show, she gave her song a different twist by doing it in
iisping baby-talk. It was so well received, she tried it out that
way at the matinee next day and it hit. She kept It In. She had
iever before believed she had talent at that sort of delineation.
~ater, when she started on radio, "My Man," for which she had
become famed, was barred as unsuitable for the great American
audience. She thought of the infantile prattle and tried It, with
Instant success. "Snooks" had been the pet name of a neighbor's
dimpled dumpling, and she adopted it.
It was just about 25 years ato, July, 1926, when Will
Kofers spoke his most famous line"I've never met any-
body I didn't like." And the place he picked to make
that Christian statement was Moscow!
have a letter from Will Rogers, Jr. He tells me both my
norAon his father are In honored positions In the Will Rogers
M */! Library, in Claremont. okla...That the Warner movie
scnfWof his father's life has been rewritten eight or nine times,
and that Frank Davis Is now working on still another one; the
earlier life of the cowboy-actor-humorlst-phllosopher is colorful,
but, "after he became famous there is no conflict."
The project I reported, to restore his voice to radl o bybroad-
casting his best recorded talks, he amplifies by explaining: "A-
bout a year ago. some techlnlans discovered a means of remov-
ing rust from old aluminum transcriptions. Most of Dad's were
made that way, and had been regarded as worthless because of
oxidization. By the new system, his voice comes up harp and
clear."
Uncle Nick Kenny, whose "Cheer Up Club" has brightened
the drab lives of shut-Ins so long and penitently, needs a bit of
such bedside sunshine himself. He's in St. Clare's Hospital, N.
Y. c. They say it's for a "check-up." I hope they check him
out, soon.
/
Havana ConfidentialEvervthinr wide open. Gamb-
ling, prostitution. |P*e streets are crooked.. .The national weekly lotterv pays
;ho $300.000.000 cost of the government, of which, I'm
told, certain polticos pocket $175,000,000. And those
trafters are the softest touches for the gambling gim-
micks. .. It's a short hop from Miami, which has become
the home of American mobsters, Joe Fiscchettl being
pointed out as the top celeb, holding court for The Boys
from his own Chicago, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Youngs-
town and New York.
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"Pagels and Yox" will have 104 producers when It hits B'wav.
Thp program in Atlantic City reads, "Brandt Theatres, in As-
sociation with Al Beckman and John Pranskv. Present." Since
the Brandts have 102 theatres, a record tor "angles" will be
established...The show Is still rolling high In Atlantic Citv, 9.x <
mav re-establish that ocean resort as a break-In stand, which it
long was.
Labor News
And
Comment
By Victor Rietel
Wanna feel old? Wesley Barry, who was the freekle-faced kid
star of the movies, celebrated his silver wedding anniversary this
week. He becomes a director with "Escape to Freedom."
Caterwauling cats, meowing love-calls or jnst sere-
nading the skyline from the courtyard of a midtown
hotel at three o'clock in the morning, cracked the night
manager's temper. A handyman, rummaging In the cellar,
had found a pistol with German lettering on It which
was believed to be a World War I gas gun. The manager
' '"1 :' '..... "" upne'-storv vlndow. Whoops! So sorry!
It turned out to be a Very pistol, and it lit up the neigh-
i br "Ji'er (han day. Many who were awakened,
still think, they witnessed an astronomical phenomenon.
Kirk Douglas and hi Diana will not reconcile. She's on the
West Coast with her two children. She's due here soon and will
leave to make a movie In Bombay. She has been seeing a lot of
Carleton Carpenter, the actor.
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The Shuberts are again negotiating to take over the
Earl Carroll Theatre, in the heart of Hollvwood. The
big restaurant-playhouse is where Earl made millions,
though all his other tremendous ventures were operated
at losses, sustained by sucker backers who took It so they
could be near the Carroll beauts. The impressive show-
place has had no luck since his sudden death... There is
a brilliant opportunity for a house to present "legit" In
Hollywood. The only Los Angeles ou I it for stage plays of
ordinary proportions is the Blltmore, far downtown, re-
mote from the center of paying population.
For August Relief: Helen Blizzard and Chill Williams in "A
Olrl In Every Port."_________________________
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letter* re received arotefullv ad ore handled in hell* centidanlia'
manner.
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Diablo Heights. C.Z.
NEW TRANSLATION
18 'SINGABLE'
Mail Box Editor
Dear Sir:
I m Indebted to Mr. Hasklns
?- r- Utos' translation. It is
lovely and singable.
> u.ner translation is a lit
r-l translation but a bit difficult
to sing. The meter is off as
though the translator had only
the words and was not familiar
with the music which Inciden-
tally is one of the loveliest tunes
I know. -
Again, I say Thank You, Mr.
Hasklns
Ida Fuller
Last year they met on our Ca-
nadian border in the shadow
of one of the most secret atomic
"heavy water" plants of the
western world.
This year they'll meet on the
Mexican border not far from
some of the western world's
most strategic copper and lead
mines.
They are a small, but deli-
cately placed, band of men
whoso leaders have identified
themselves with the most dyna-
mic pro-Soviet propaganda ma-
chine and with recent pro-Com-
munist ventures launched In-
side this nation.
And yet they have in their
hands the pover to throw the
brakes on our giant war pro-
duction plants across the na-
tion.
They re preparing to do Just
that by having their pro-Com-
munist union of copper miners,
the Mine, Mill and Smelter
Workers, plan a national strike.
When word o/ that man-
euver came, the Pentagon
flashed a message to White
House mediation experts
learning that this nation
cannot stand even an eight
hour copper strike. There
just is no copper except in
the stockpiles and we're
digging into that daily with
enormous shovels,
From the harassed National
Production Authority experts
comes word to us that:
"If all the gold in Fort Knox
were turned into copper over
night, it would be the best thing
that could happen to the coun-
try. Gold Is comparatively use-
less at the moment compared
with what we need copper for."
From Charles E. Wilson's O-
llce of Defense Mobilization the
report is that of the three scarce
metals copper, aluminum and
steel only the lack of copper
is truly strangling our giant ma-
chines.
Without copper there Is no
radar, no aircraft electrical sys-
tems In supersonic Jets, no au-
tomatic aiming and f lrlnjr
equipment for vital artillery, no
pistons, no radio equipment
no nothing.
Frim the mediation experts to
the White House and the Pen-
tagon went word that the coun-
try faces if this re-armament
is at all Important to civiliza-
tion Its most serious strike
threat of recent labor history, in
war or peace.
And just what is this union
that urges its people to take a
national strike vote late this
week? Just what Is the back-
ground of Its pro-Soviet leaders?
What sort of outfit meets once
In Trail, British Columbia, al-
most across the street from the
mysterious, atomic energy plant,
guarded by the free world's in-
telligence services and the
next year chooses for Its nation-
al convention the Mexican bor-
der town of Nogales, Arizona,
population 5.185 (gathering is
scheduled for Sept. 101?
It's a union whose pro-Com-
munist president, John Clark,
said recently that "The wajc-
prlce-tax squeeze has brought
the average citizen to a realiza-
tion that the Korean War Is a
war for profits.
With this conclusion goes the
awareness that so-called union
leaders who support a big busi-
ness wcr are betraying their
members..."
I can show you parallel stuff
right out of the Soviet's Comln-
form Bulletin.
It's a union kicked out of
the CIO two pears ago for
following the Stalinist line
excerpts from that trial pro-
cedure can have them for
the asking. Just tell me
where to send them. The
trial is full of reports ot se-
cret meetings, directives
and instructions from above
to the union's leaders.
It's a union, some of whose
leaders led big delegations to
the June 29 session of the Chi-
cago Peace Congress, which
kicked off the current Commie
propaganda line for a "Big Five"
peace pact with Red China in-
cluded.
And so it's on the record, the
leader of these delegations to
Chicago was Maurice Travis,
oro-Sovieteer, who as Mine,
Mill and Smelter Workers' se-
cretary-treasurer controls the
union machinery.
That's the union which has
called for a national strike vote
to back up ple-in-the-sky de-
mands which total some $20 a
week more or Just about twice
the demands being asked by po-
litically honest, yet thorouehly
militant. AFL and CIO unions
elsewhere in the nation.
Significant in all this is the
fact that Phil Murray's rival
union, the CIO Steelworkers.
drove the leftwing Mine. Mill
pnd Smelter outfit out of the
West Point Is by No Means an Isolated Case j
By Guess Or By Guile
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORKFrom the uproar over the 80
delinquent West Point cadets who were caught
cheating, a newcomer to these shores such
as me might have thought that the entire
social structure of the land was uprooted and
that our youth was forever lost.
I am prone to think that an awful lot of
fuss has been made over purely human frail-
ty and that the boys were not nearly so guilty
of willful guile as those sterling athletes who
played football for the services during a.shootln'
war and then quit their commissions as soon
as it was safe to do so.
Nor do I think that the desecration of the
West Point code of honor was served so much
by the crlbbers as by the cold recruiters of foot-
ball talent in the Academy or the graduate
officers and gentlemen who played politics and
preserved cliques among themselves during a
war. who covered up the sins of brother officers
at the expense of the national good.
Among schoolboys, little and big, various
grades of cheating on examinations have al-
ways been obvious In educational Institutions,
and I suspect there are few of us who haven't
sneaked a peek at somebody else's qtilzbook or
"borrowed" an idea from somebody else's term
paper.
All fraternity houses In the colleges with
which I was acquainted kept a back file of
previous examinations, so that the brothers
could more easily acquaint themselves with to-
morrow's ordeal.
I personally would never have made It through
four years of Latin without the aid of what we
then called a pony, or translation.
Yet to date I have stuck up remarkably few
banks.
I recall that young ladies who are todav
proper wives and faithful mothers used to stick
a piece of valuable exam aid inside their stock-
ing tops, and examination time seemed to breed
a muckle of wide pleated skirts.
These skirts were spread and occasionally
lifted modestly, as mademoiselle scanned the
formulae she he.d secreted on her gam.
Starched cuffs, among the boys, were the
vogue on exam day. because a few cryptic notes
in ink could be Inscribed thereon to help the
cuffer on a difficult chemical formula.
Trips to the lavatory used to be reasonably
frequent, too, In case somebody and thought-
fully stashed a few equations behind the towel
rack or In the wastebasket.
This was all a technical violation of the
"honor system," and you were duty bound to go
whining off to teacher with the stoolle informa-
tion on your brother rat.
But few of us ever hollered copper on a
neighbor.
We of the, most lofty principles would have
thought that squealing was a more heinous of-
fense than cutting corners in the war against
the professor.
And that's what It is, In school, a battle of
wit* with the Woke with the horn-rimmed
glasses and the power of scholastic life or death.
If you don't pase your courses you get kicked
out of school. The barrier of the decimal which
stands between graduation and disgrace Is an
obstacle to be overcome by hook, if possible, and
crook as a last resort.
The urg to cheat Is deeply grounded In near-
ly all of us.
Cheating on quizzes was rife amongst the
1,200 officers with whom I was indoctrinated In
the last war.
These adult volunteers were already commis-
sions? in- the Navy, but the urge for high marks
caused some of them to grab an occasional
glance at somebody else's paper.
I recall a lot of basically decent people col-
laborated with the black market during the war,
and you could not call them crooks although
bribing the butcher was a definite violation of
honor.
Altogether I don't think the cadets, offense
Is nearly so horrid as some of the things that
go on In Congress, or that Harry Truman fails
to recognize as evil among his pals In Washing-
ton and Missouri. But then maybe I've been
awn" from home too long.
Uncontrollable Controls
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NEA>There may be a huge
Joker In the new price and wage control legis-
lation. Stabilization officials In Washington
aren't sure yet.
Though the act has been on the books for
several weeks, price and wage offlolals who have
to write the egulatlons for administration of
the new law aren't certain that they have un-
covered all the gimmicks that even the con-
gressional authors don't know are there.
Prize example lr the famous amendment In-
troduced by Sen. Homer Capehart qt Indiana.
It was passed at 3 a.m. when none of the
lawmakers could possibly have been quite sure
what he was doing.
This is the new paragraph 4.of sub-section
d of Section 402, Defense Production Act of
1950. If you must have the citation. The lan-
guage Itself is too difficult to follow.
What stabilization officials now think the
so hard against all forms of price and wage
controls.
From the standpoint of the government bu-
reaucrats who have to administer and enforce
the Capehart amendment. It's almost Impossible.
For Instance, the last sentence of the Cape-
hart amendment provides that manufacturers
may Include all costs in determining their new
price levels, "except such (costs) as the Presi-
dent may determine to be unreasonable and
excessive."
There is no definition of what constitutes an
"excessive" cost. If you were Price Adminis-
trator Michael V. DiSalle or one of his lawyers,
how would- you write a definition of an exces-
sive cost?
Take another problem. There are over 300,000
manufacturing firms in the United States.
Suppose they all applied for price increases
under the Capehart amendment.
Suppose the complicated cost accounting on
Capehart amendment means is that the govern- biiDPOse tne complicated cost accounting on
men? can't freeze any price on any manufactur- each application could be checked in three days.
which would be fast work. It would take 3000
auditors a year to complete the Job.
As to the type of computation involved, take
the case of a corset manufacturer who has been
making this Item of hardware at $10.
Suppose he puts in a claim that his costs have
ed item until the manufacturer has added in
all Increases in costs wages, materials, tax-
es, rent, advertising, transportation, etc. prior
to July 26. 1081.
Furthermore, every seller must be given his
customary mark-up. before the new celling price
is slapped on. .
Now the big Joker In this, as It's understood
todav. Is that It will increase the price of prac-
tically everything that the fanner buys, without
increasing by one cent the prices of the things
farmers sell.
The reason for this Is that agricultural corn-
American Smelter and Refining moditles are specifically exempted from the
Co. plant in Qarfield, Utah, anir capehart amendment.
Why the farm bloc and the livestock state
congressmen went for the Capehart amendment
in such a big way is still something of a mys-
terV-
There is one report that a trade was Involv-
ed. Livestock raisers wanted to get rid of the
August and October roll-backs on meat prices.
The reported deal was that the farm bloc
would support the Capehart amendment In ex-
change for support, from the Industrial district
congressmen for the amendment of Rep. Tom
Futate of Virginia, which killed the roll-backs
on beef. _, .
If that's the wav it was, only the beef boys
benefited. Other farm ernos will take a beat-
ine. It will adversely affect the parit- reto,
But In a way. It will be onlv sl-nole lustlce
for the farm organization leaders who fought
there soon will be handed a
substantial wage Increase by a
special Wage Stabilization Board
panel.
So the leftists flex their
muscles by threatening to shut
down almost the entire copper
industry not Just one plant
in which the whole Issue could
be settled.
There's a red tinge to the
brass of the copper union
and this Is to let them
know thaf the spotlight's
on them, hiqhHohtinq the
color to make certain the
political hue ot this crisis
show up clealy.
Increased bv $2.
These costs would have to be closely audited,
or else the. manufacturer's word for It would
have to be taken on some super-West Point
honor system.
If the corset-maker Just increased his ad-
vertising appropriation, that would have to be
considered as an extra cost.
Anyway, assume that the firm had been mak-
ing 30 per cent profit on its foundations. Thirty
per cent markup on $10 is $3.
But on $12 it would be $3.60.
Bingo! the guv gets to make more profit.
And this constitutes one of the most falslest
ways ever devised to control inflation.
Economic Stabilization Administrator Eric
Johnston can try to administer tough or loose.
He could sav It's Impossible to administer, and
so decontrol everything.
Or He could filibuster the act till It expires
next June.
He could do this bv Issuing no regulations,
thus trying to hold the line.
His present intentions are to try to adminis-
ter the law touifh. He'll try to issue orders on
an lndustrv-by-lndustry basis.
This will make administration as simple as
possible and to make the best of a bad bargain.
^wily WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
____ BMW PEARSON
Drew Pearson says: Russian bear has swallowed toa much
can r absorb satellite nations; Western propaganda
needed more than ever to encourage peoples behind
Iron Curtain.
verNfA?fmTHBK1ROK CURTAIN. Central Europe.-If there was
stimulate m?. heni Pi"0PaKand was needed to encourage and
Al^Lv th^2Ie b'Wnd the Iron Curtain, now Is It
In Russia nron.rPot0pe ofwth!, 8autemt* countries and even many
Their raefKLSS. to,Tn b*y doub} and <"nslon and distrust.
It's nehaerrtheStbomngMpoln? ***" ChUrn,n Or ^ tlme bUt no*
and te^TtiiSSS ieen able t0 plck "P irom th underground
has wannwprt i8 e rKPOrts convlnce me that the Russian bear
has swallowed too much and will have to regurgitate.
beUlgerent\nd\?^veKln^fr,om,ilcute in&* Unot usually
taS theVni~ a bthy addltJonal Propaganda barrages by
rn.Viri hi*i, i oUx ?J Anerica and every other device possible}
F.irfhPprm?r.ase that slckness and tlp *he 8cales for peac"
thenenpi2w'H,SfMage,e? rIw>*P <" encouragement to
notto Ti n M, H0nrCurLal,l at,thls tlme can he'P Produce
rS isTwhatnstaafekr?m3ohsr,OVakla HungaFy- That' f
the 0^^ ^S^J^Tn^ f ^ *H
muiZ*? hundred Communist leaders in Bulgaria are reported
dTed invsteriouMl Wht.SenfraI* ^ Wlh Sovlet "WTC&
hi,. ^y U6Y in the'ast seven months; four Czech generala
?h.Vehb^ rar^ted .r committed suicide in six months; nine of
2 Polish amen'on ? V" Pol'8h Army were trled 'r'Ueason[
cerf inri VESELaI lnswePr mutinied, locked up their off
fn l^T11 2,?^eden; ur vounK Pol* fled to 8weden
"har ?Iln,bun!t"rlddled alrPlane; three Lithuanians locked up
other crew members on a Russian trawler and escaped.
mu. wu. WHT PEOPLE REBEL ^
ri lu S? .unrest lnslde the Iron Curtain has been caus-
for some time War preparatlona whlch have been going on
When a government takes too much of the necessities of Ufa
?,k e ^"sumer goodsaway from its paople they rebel.
woriThS^S; t sh ner wh0 hutes Russla anyy ordered to
restless1 produce war material for Communism, he gets
Likewise with the Czech uranium miner and the Hungarian
farmer who never did like collective farming u..BBriaa
k t 1altlon Ln lts rlght nilndthough dictators seldom are In
tneir right mindsmakes war when the civilian population behind
KS .u 5 certaln t0 rlse up aganst the government. That'
yJne.unrest behlnd ^e Iron Curtain lj so important
To illustrate the seriousness of this situation and the Im-
portance of Intensifying our propaganda, here is a brief summary
kLi .wSl ""^ground reports I can get of what Is happening
behind the Curtain: *-="
Czechoslovakia The Czech* have now recovered from the
stunned apathy which followed the initial seizure of their coun-
try by Moscow and are beginning to get their courage back.
A serious food shortage, blamed on the Russians, Is partly re-
sponsible.
On top of this the Voice of America, which predicted the
arrest of Foreign Minister Vladimir dementis and four other
Czechs, had Its effect.
Finally, Radio Free Europe has sent such devastating bar-
rages of propaganda Into Czechoslovakia that the Czech govern-
ment has demanded that Radio Free Europe be taken off the air.
KREMLIN SUSPICIONS INCREASING
PolandResentment against Moscow is so serious that Vya-
cheslay Molotov, now the No. 2 man to Stalin and seldom seen
In public, made a special trip to Warsaw to warn the Polea
against following Tito.
The Importance of this warning is shown by the fact that
Marshal Grlgorl Zhukov. hero of Berlin, and Marshal Konftantln
Rokossovsky, military ruler of Poland, appeared with Molotov
on the same platform.
Behind this warning was the fact that the railroad between
Berlin and Moscow is sabotaged so frequently that repair'crews
are kept busy night and day.
Production is dropping.
The Catholic church Is leading a potent underground and the
Kremlin has become so suspicious of top Polish generaHTthat
nine of them have now been tried.
BULGARIA "ULCER" TO COMINFORM
BulgariaA peasant revolt has held up delivery of whlSt to
Russia and brought a battery of Soviet officials hurrying Into
Sofia.
About 16,000 have been added to the 30,000 already In con-
centration camps, while treason trials have shown that the
Agrarian (or Peasant) Party, once the strongest in Bulgaria* now
operates a powerful underground.
Agrarian leaders have encouraged the peasants to wlHihold
crops and Join guerrilla units in the mountains so successfully
that the official Cominform newspaper called Bulgaria an "ulcer*
and criticized Premier Chervenkov for allowing the untaet to
spread. f^
RomaniaMinister of National Defense Emll Bodnaras has
been arrested and there have been mass evacuations of. those
suspected of disloyalty to Moscow.
HungaryDeportation of thousands of Hungarian peasants to
concentration camps to face slavery and death have been re-
cently denounced by U.S. Secretary of State Acheson.
The leader of these mass arrests is Bela Szanto. MQeow-
tralned Hungarian especially sent to do the Job.
Szanto Is a ruthless butcher who has already jailed'TO000
peasants because they have held back their grain or refused to
collectivize their farms.
East GermanyMoscow's efforts to build a Communist Oer-
man army have been partly frustrated by the desertion of offleere
of the "People's Police" to Western Germany.
Three separate undergrounds operate among the Russian and
Red Army personnel inside Germany.
This is Just part of the story of restlessness now stirring be-
hind the Iron Curtain and the opportunity awaiting American
propaganda.
(Copyright, 1951, By The BeU Syndicate. Inc.) '.
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JCOST 17,
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY BRSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
: HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) The
Laugh Parade:
The cameras were about to roll.
A-a.*amlns; rocketship covered
tlie-entire sound stage and on the
sidelines the stars of the science-
ftcon opus, dressed in silvery
stance rubber suits, helmeis
triroSied with curious antennae
and plexl-Rlass ace shields, wait-
ed for the director's call.
"Makes you wonder, doesn't
It?" murmured the movie king,
looltliiK at the vast spaceship.
"Sure does," agreed the blonde
beauty encased in her interstel-
lar costume. "Do you think there
lsjnink on Mars?"
Julia Faye blushes to tell it
even* today, but who is Julia to
withhold an important biogra-
phical tact Irom the world ?
A snappy patent-leather bath-
ing-suit with a daring wool top
had been created for Julia to
wear in a swimming pool scene
for Cecil B. DeMille's "Saturday
Night" back in 1922.
Julia plunged into the pool
and waited for the camera to
grind. Suddenly a blond, broad-
shouldered extra rushed down to
the dge of the water and said:
"Duck. Miss Faye. That wool
?op of yours has shrunk way down
fhd you're practically standing
there' in vour birthday clothes."
Loretta Younc on the age ques-
tion '.
.'"I.know my aye bothers a lot
Of paople. They say, "She must be |
Kicking 50 around.' The truth is |
that I've been in pictures since I
was 4 years old. I played with Lon
Chaney in 'Laugh. Clown. Laugh'
when I was 14. You take It from
there. Actually I'd love being 50
years old."
It won't be a sequel to "The
Thing from Another World." but
Jane Oreer and her husband. Al-
bert Lasker. cooked It up a-ound
the breakfast table.
A scientist, working on a se-
cret experiment, mysteriously dis-
appeared. The police found his
day-to-day diary with these en-
tries:
"Earney is now a foot tall. I'm
keeping him in the well."
"Today he measures five feet
In height. Amazing."
"My experiment Is getting out
of control. He's now 11 feet tall."
"Today Barney Is...."
The writing In the diary ended
abruptly. Beneath the final en-
try, the police found these words
In a childish scrawl:
"I'm Barney. Please send fe-
male monster.1'
you remember me, darling? Buf-
falo, New York? 1918?
The last of the red-hot mamas
threw the Romeo a withering
look and bellowed: "Honey, at my
age. I don't remember what hap-
pened last night!"
It's Bennett Cerf's atory of the
opening of director Dudley Nic-
hols' Holiday House, located on
the beach north of Mallbu.
Plagued by a shortage of trained
hotel help, Nichols prevailed up-
on an actress to pinch-hit as a
maid on the day the inn opened.
Each weekend thereafter, two
men who signed the register the
first day checked In. Nichols no-
ticed that neither scemea happy
upon their departure and finally
asked why.
"We were hoping," said one.
"to run into that attractive maid
who was here at the opening."
"I'm Lorry, boys." but she's gone
on to better things." Nichols apo-
logized. "You see. her name was
Ava Gardner."
A London newspaperman writes
that Katherlne Hepburn. Hum-
phrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall
keep singing, "Bongo, bongo, I
do want to leave the Congo" down
Uganda way where they're co-
starring in "The African Queen."
Each star has a native attendant
whose task Is to fan Insects off
their faces.
Comic Willie Shore at Clro's:
"Monday night we are having a
new blues-singing quartet. The
owner of this place, Herman Ho-
ver, and his three auditors."
Tongay Tols Home
From Frustrated
Channel Swim Try
.NEW YORK, Aug. 17 (UP)
Bubba Tongay, 5, and his slater
Kathy, 4, who were prevented
by the British and French gov-
ernments Mn attempting to
swim the English Channel, ar-
rived here today en route to
their home in Miami, Fla.
The children were accompa-
nied by their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Russell Tongay, on a Brit-
ish Overseas Airways Corpora-
tion plane.
"I am positive I will get per-
mission next year," the father
said. "I want to prove a scienti-
fic pointthat these children
are a rarity and are physlccally
able to make the swim."
British officials had objected
to what they termed the "ex-
ploitation and commercializa-
tion" of the two children.
French officials later Joined In
the ban against the attempt.
Tongay said that the children
made a tour of summer camps
In Britain and that they were
"well received."
Later, he said, they swam In
the channel off La Traport,
France, and "found the water
was warmer than the water In
the pools in Scotland and
Wales."
"Next year I'm sure both kids
will do It," he said.
American Nations
Formula for Peace,
Says Edw. Miller
'it happened at Clro's during
Sophie Tucker's engag e in e n t
there. She was hawking her rec-
ord albums at a table and stack-
ing the greenbacks in a pile for
sweet charity's sake.
An elderly man Introduced
himself, pressed Sophie*, hand
tenderly and whispered: "Don't
MIAMI, Florida, Aug. 17 (UP)
World peace would be achiev-
ed if other nations would study
the American democracies and
practice fully the lessons thev
have learned, Assistant Secre-
tary of State Edward Miller Jr.
declared here today.
"Human history affords no
finer example of cooperation
among nations." lie said.
The State Department's Di-
rector of Inter American Affairs
listed these lessons learned by
the American nations:
1) The lesson of consulta-
tion in complete equality;
2i The lesson of mutual dif-
ficulties brought to a common
council table and there con-
sidered in an honest desire to
find bases of agreement.
3> The lesson of concerted
action resulting from con-
clusions reached through
peaceful and civilized pro-
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Friend Of Family Takes
Daughter To Love Parties
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 17 (UP)
A 16-year-old girl charged
today that a 33-year old "friend
of the family" introduced her to
a round of marijuana, "hot
music and love" parties in his
apartment.
She told police that at
least six other teen-aged
girls and three or Sour older
men took part in the revels,
smoking marijuana, mak-
ing love, listening to hot
jazz and looking at a col-
lection of obscene pictures.
The girl and David Lonschein,
a battery salesman and the fa-
mily friend, were arrested in
Lonschein's automobile early
yesterday by Federal narcotics
agents.
They found 25 marijuana ci-
garettes in the car and half 4
pound in his battery shop.
Lonschein was charged in
District Court with having car-
nal knowledge of the girl and
released In $7,500 bond.
He was charged in federal
court with possession of mari-
juana and released in $1,500
bond.
The girl told police, before
they took her to the Convent of
the Good Shepherd, that she
had had sexual relations for
three months with Lonschein.
She met him two years ago
while he was delivering batter-
ies to her stepfather.
"I heard he was selling dope,"
she said, "and my friends warn-
ed me not to go out with him."
But despite her friends' ad-
vice, she started going out with
him about seven months ago,
she said.
Their relations drifted Into
intimacies and the parties in
Lonschein's Canal Street apart-
ment three months ago. she
told police.
Police, searching the
apartment, found a collec-
tion of jazz records, an ex-
pensive collection of liquor
and stacks of nuae photo-
graphs and obscene pic-
tures.
Capt. William Walker, head
of the police Juvenile division,
said he and his men were try-
ing to round up the other par-
ty-goers.
The girl's mother, shelling
peas In her living room, said
she had known Lonschein's a
"family friend'' for about two
years and let her daughter go
out with him because "I trusted
him."
. She said he was "always nice
to us....he gave us a phonograph
record the day he was arrested."
About two weeks ago, she said,
her husband told her he had
heard that "David is a weed-
head."
"I said that couldn't be true,"
she said, "but I called him and
asked him about lt. I told him
I didn't want my daughter get-
ting In trouble.
"He said, "No Mam, that's not
true,' and I believed him.
But I told my daughter about
it and warned her sh! had bet-
ter find out because if he got
picked up she might be picked
up with him and be in Just as
deep as him."
Police said the girl looked
like a "nice, quiet kid."
Ambassador Wiley
Will Be Speaker
On Legion Program
On Saturday from 6:30 to 7:00
p.m., on a local radio station, the
American Legion Auxiliary will
sponsor a program arranged by
the Department Haflio Chairman.
Mrs. Louise Griffon to promote
the Pan American goodwill pro-
gram of the Legin and Auxilia-
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Ambassador John C. Wiley,
the newly arrived Ambassador
from the United States to Pan-
ama will be the special guest
speaker for the program.
Also will be presented a short
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tions, with Misses Rita Howard.
Anna Fisher, and Nellie Holger-
son. .
Other participants will be:
Miss Pat Howard from Cristobal.
Miss Aria Fisher. Henry Wachtel,
and Robert Cranberry of Cristo-
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Mrs. Patsy Ryan, Department
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PANAMA, R. P., VIERNES, AGOSTO 17. 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
Gozarn de libertad bajo fianza todos los
Ex-Ministros de Estado del
Licor y velocidad: trgica mezcla
Vn m ms se repite la trgica historia j ata vez el protagonista principal es un con-
ductor de autobuses que con una irresponsabilidad rayana en criminal puso en peligro la vida
de loa pasajeros que le confiaron su seguridad personal.
El hecho ocurri anoche en la nueva carretera de Juan Daz cuando el autobs maneja-
do por Juan de Mata Gonzlez se estrell contra una mezcladora de concreto frente a Cam-
po Lindbergh. Segn informes recogidos, Mata Gonzlez conduca el autobs a una gran velo-
cidad y qn visible estado de embriaguez, salindose de la carretera.
Cundo Mata Gonzlez se dio cuenta que se iba a estrellar de frente contra la mezcla-
dora, trato de desquitarla, pero la pala de sta peg en la parte posterior del bus cortndolo
en dos cual un gigantesco abre-latas. La mezcladora se encontraba a un lado de la carretera
con las luces reglamentarias encendidas.
El saldo de esta mortal msela de velocidad, licor e irresponsabilidad, es trgico: dos
heridos de gravedad y uno con lesiones en la pierna.
Los heridos de gravedad son Carlos Alberto Gonzlez y Eustacio Murillo de 24 y 27 aos
respectivamente, quienes viajaban en los sientos posteriores del bus. El conductor del bus re-
sult con lesiones en una pierna, aunque no de gravedad.
Se unificarn los servicios de
Salud Pblica en esta ciudad
Programa provisional de la
Conferencia sobre la Fiebre
Aftosa ha sido confeccionado
Esta se iniciar en esta ciudad el da 21 del presente
y asistirn numerosas delegaciones
El siguiente es el programa
provisional de la Conferencia
Regional Consultiva Sobre Fie-
bre Aftosa que se celebrar en
Panam del 21 al 24 de agosto
actual en el edificio de la C-
mara de Comercio, Industrias y
Agricultura.
Programa Provisional
de Sesiones
Martes 21 de agosto:
8.30 a.m. Inscripcin.
9.30 a.m. Primera Sesin
Plenarla.
Presidencia Provisional: Su
Excelencia David Samudlo, Mi-
nistro de Agricultura, Comercio
e Industrias de Panam.
1Palabras de bienvenida a las
delegaciones y observadores.
2Aprobacin del reglamento
Interno.
JEleccin del Presidente Per-
manente de la Conferencia.
4Sorteo de precedencia.
5Consideracin y aprobacin
del Programa de Trabajo y
del Programa de Sesiones.
6Eleccin de la Comisin de
Redaccin.
11 a.m. Sesin Inaugural.
2 p.m. Segunda Sesin Pie-
Baria.
"*" Pgina Columna )
Argentina nombra
delegacin para
una conferencia
BUENOS AIRES, Agosto 17 -
(UP) El Gobierno de Argen-
tina design al Coronel retirado
Julio Lpez Nuiz. actualmente
Embajador en Panam, Pru-
dente de la delegacin de ese
pas a la Segunda Reunin Ex-
traordinaria del Consejo Int?-
ramericano Econmico y Social
que se llevar a cabo en la ciu-
dad de Panam.
La delegacin de Argentina
estar Integrada por el doctor
Ovidio V. Schiopetto, Consejero
de la Embajada Argentina en
Washington; Doctor Alberto Al-
gente Agregado de la Embaja-
da Argentina en Chile; docir.r
Antonio Caflero, Agregado a la
Embajada Argentina en Wash-
ington; Don Jos Bares, Dlrec-
(Pasa a la pgina columna Ci
Se trazan planes
para incorporar
los dispensarios
Existe un plan para unificar
todos los servicios de Salud P-
onca ae la ciudad de Panam,
con objeto de centralizar las la-
bores y desarrollar asi los pro-
gramas de Salud Pblica que
el Departamento tiene.
Con este objeto se estn ela-
borando presupuestos sobre lo
que costaria la administracin
de los dispensarlos que en la
actualidad son regentados por
el Municipio.
Segn nuestros Informantes
hay inters de elevar a catego-
ra de Unidades Sanitarias los
dispensarlos del Chorrillo y Rio
Abajo, para que presten todos
los servicios que estas entidades
ofrecen en la actualidad.
El plan en mencin deber ser
aprobado por la Direccin de
Salud Pblica, la cual lo envia-
r luego a consideracin del
Consejo Municipal.
DETENIDO UN PERIODISTA
ROSARIO, Argentina, aeosto
17. (UP). El juez criminal de
policia detuvo al director del
diario peronista "Accin'.', Fran-
cisco Scabarlno. a raiz del pro-
ceso que se le sigue por desaca-
to al gobernador de la provin-
cia de Santa Fe.
La resolucin fue dictada
por el Juez Cuarto del Cto.
fijando fianza de B. 1.000
Tambin pueden gozar de este beneficio algunas de
las personas sindicadas en las sumarias por
la derogatoria de la Constitucin
rgimen
El Hospital de Tuberculosos
costar Bi. 1.600.00 diarios
El Juez Cuarto del Circuito
de Panam, don Manuel Bur-
gos firm esta maana una
resolucin concediendo el de-
recho de excarcelacin bajo
fianza de B. l.000.00 a la ex-
Mlnlstro de Trabajo, Previsin
Social y Salud Pblica, dona
Mara Santodomingo de Miran-
da, al ex-Mlnistro de Educacin,
profesor Cristbal Adn de U-
rrlola, al ex-Mlnistro de Obras
Pblicas. Ingeniero Celso Car-
bonell, y a los seores Gui-
llermo Rodrguez, Bonifacio L-
pez Rudas, Leonor Atenclo Gon-
zlez Santos, Jorge Rubn Ro-
sas, Juan de Dios Poveda y
Francisco Jos Linares, sindi-
cados en las sumarias que se
adelantan sobre el cambio vio-
lento de la Constitucin Nacio-
nal y que permanecen deteni-
dos en la Crcel Modelo de esta
ciudad y que presentaron me-
moriales al respecto.
El Juez Burgos dice en au
extensiva resolucin al calificar
provisionalmente el delito que
"del estudio que se ha hecho
por el Juzgado de las constan-
cias de los autos, se llega al
convencimiento que la actitud
del Ejecutivo al dictar el de-
creto que tanto se menciona
encuadra en el Cdigo Penal y
no en el Decreto Legislativo No
11 de 1045 ya que las disposi-
ciones del Cdigo Penal son cla-
ras y terminantes con respecto
a esta clase de actos y ms
an cuando ya el Fiscal Supe-
rior ha hecho la Reparacin de
los hechos avocando l el co-
nocimiento de uno y declinan-
do jurisdiccin slo y exclusi-
vamente para que un Juez de
Circuito conozca de los actos
efectuados para cambiar violen-
tamente la Constitucin".
"Ahora bien, dice el Juez Bur-
gos, la pena que corresponde en
caso de condena a los eompll-
ira* la Pi rot. 7)
No se cree que haya arreglo
inmediato en la disputa por
la frontera de Pera-Ecuador
El problema lleva ya 130 aos sin haber sido solu-
cionado satisfactoriamente
WASHINGTON, Agosto 17 (U.
P. i Observadores diplomticos
manifestaron que en su opinin
hay pocas posibilidades, en la
etapa actual de las gestiones
diplomticas, de encontrar solu-
cin a la disputa fronteriza en-
tre Per y el Ecuador que data
desde hace ciento treinta aos.
Dijeron esos observadores que
Per se basa constantemente en
el aspecto "Jurdico" de la dis-
puta, mientras que Ecuador
siempre lo ha hecho en el as-
pecto de "equidad" y que hasta
ahora ninguno de esos gobier-
nos ha modificado sus respecti-
vas actitudes.
La disputa fronteriza ha afec-
tado peridicamente las relacio-
nes entre ambos pases desde
hace ciento treinta aos. Los
choques que segn dicen ocu-
rrieron en la provincia Ecuato-
riana de Loja la semana pasa-
da, constituye el ltimo de
una serte de incontable! Inci-
dentes ocurridos en esa zona.
En 1041 registrronse Intensos
combates en zona fronteriza no
muy lejana de la regln donde,
segn Informes, ocurrieron los
ltimos choques. Debido a ges-
tiones de otros gobiernos ame-
ricanos que se estaban prepa-
rando entonces para la guerra
contra las potencias totalitarias
Ecuador y Per firmaron el 29
(Pasv is p-u < ni
Vendieron como hierro viejo
un depsito de carbn que
tiene el Canal en Cristbal
WASHINGTON, agosto 17.
(UP>. La Secretarla de Co-
mercio anunci con algo de
tristeza que el progreso elimi-
nar una de las vistas ya tra-
dicionales en la Zona del Ca-
nal de Panam: el gran dep-
sito de carbn de Cristbal con
capacidad para 500.000 tonela-
das y establecido all desde ha-
ce 35 aos ha sido vendido co-
mo hierro viejo.
Se calcula que el depsito
producir alrededor de 1,500 to-
neladas de chatarra de hierro
para las fundiciones norteame-
ricanas. Un depsito similar en
Balboa fue cerrado en 1847 y
ser demolido en 1952.
Se explic que ambos depsi-
tos han sido cerrados porque
"muy pocos de los barcos que
hoy da atraviesan el Canal
usan carbn como combustible.
Rendirn a Chibas
honores de coronel
muerto en campaa
HABANA, Agosto 17 (UP)
Se anunci oficialmente que el
dirigente oposicionista Senadoi
Eduardo Chibas, quien falleci
ayer en la madrugada, ser en-
terrado hoy a las cuatro de la
tarde, en ves de las dies de la
maana como se haba anuncia-
do previamente. La familia del
henador Chibas acept la oferta
del Ejrcito Cubano de tribu r
tarle honores militares iguales
a los Coroneles muerto en cam-
paa.
La Policia ha anunciado me-
didas extraordinarias como pre-
caucin para mentener el orden
durante el entierro, que se ca-
pera ser ano de les ms con-
curridos en la historia de Cuba.
Las autoridades dispusieron
que se cerrase el trnsito p
las callea que conducen desde
la Universidad al Cementerio de
Coln, y ordenaron que se esta-
cionen policas a cada tres me-
tros de distancia.
Millares de personas han des-
filados frente al fretro en ej
Col. ai
Perece ahogad*
una nia al caer
en cubo de agua
En la tarde de ayer muri c-
hogada en el Peonclto la ni-
a Gloria Esther Molinares, de
ao y medio de edad, despus
de haberse caldo en un cubo de
agua, segn declaraciones, he-
chas a la Polica Secreta por
los padres de esta, Carmen Daz
y Pedro Eugenio Molinares.
De acuerdo con las declara-
ciones suministradas a este dia-
rio por los funcionarios investi-
gadores, la nia Molinares co-
menzaba a caminar y trat de a-
garrarse del balde para miiar
hacia dentro, cayendo de cabe-
ba dentro del cubo que contena
aproximadamente cuatro pulsa-
das de agua
La nia fu trada Inmediata-
mente al Hospital Santo Toms
muriendo en el trayecto de t-e-
onclto a esta ciudad.
La Polica Investiga las cir-
cunstancias de la muerte de la
menor.
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Es posible que comience a
prestar servicios desde el
primero de Enero prximo
El Director de Salud Pblica
Dr. Alberto Calvo Inform al
Panam Amrica que el mente-
nlmlento del hospital de tuber-
culosos costar al Estado ms
de 1.600 balboas diarlos, pues
se estima que la atencin de
los 250 pacientes que deben In-
gresar al hospital ascender a
B.600.000.00 anuales.
Manifest el Dr. Calvo que si
el 8eguro Social hace entrega
del emprstito a fines del pre-
sente mes l espera que en Ene-
ro est funcionando el Hospital
con todo su equipo y materiales
necesarios.
Dijo que este hospital traba-
Jar con un equipo completo y
todo lo necesario para hacer
operaciones de ciruga torxtlca,
y dems tratamientos antitu-
berculosos.
Con respecto al emprstito,
dijo que en obras de ingeniera
se gastarn alrededor de B.193.-
OOO.CO, lo cual Incluye el acue-
ducto y Alcantarillado del Hos-
pital, calles y reparaciones a
los edificios.
Con respecto a la Seccin H
del Hospital Santo Toms, di-
Jo que sta continuarla traba-
Jando por algn tiempo y se-
ria como un filtro donde se de-
terminaran la- casos que de-
beran Ir al Hospital de La
Chorrera.
Cambio de horario
el lunes 20 en la
Universidad Nal.
Debido a que el prximo lunes
20 del presente se llevar a cabo
el acto Inaugural de la segunda
sesin extraordinaria del Con-
cejo Internamerlcano, Econmi-
co y social de la Organizacin
e los Estados Americanos, la
Rectora de la Universidad Na-
La Oficina de Produccin Na-
cional ha pedido a loa dlver- Cl0nal ha dispuesto quelas
sos centros dependientes del 6ts comienr.n .7-^.5"! ^5
Gobierno de Estados Unidos en
ultramar que intensifiquen sus
esfuerzos para obtener chatarra.
es comiencen ese diaa las 7.-P0
Las autoridades de la Zona
del Canal Informaron que en
Julio hablan vendido y embar- i
cado a Nueva York 1,900 tone-
ladas y que se haban recogido;
2.700 tonedada.s para su venta a
fines de agosto.
Circulacin pagada ayer
22,400
Elidia Wong, Raquel Cohen y
Ruby de Ospina triunfaron
por una aplastante mayora
p.m. Asi, la primera hora
clases ser a las 7:30 pm :
segunda, a las 8:20 p.m. y
tercera a las 8:10 p.m.
Estrangulado un
agricultor ayer
en Playa Leona
Se vislumbra la posibilidad
de un entendimiento respecto
a la zona neutral de Corea
Ei SWcomrt escogido para ese fin estuvo reunido
durante ms de cuatro horas hoy
BASE DK AVANZADA, Agosto
17 iUP. El Subcomlt para el
armisticio estuvo reunido du-
rante ms de cuatro horas y a-
parentemente se ha logrado al-
gn progreso para solucionar el
estancamiento provocado por 1?.
iocallzacln de la zona neutral
en Corea.
Los miembros del Subconilt
dos delegados aliados y dos
comunistas rehusaron hacer
comentarlos alguno sobre el re-
sultado de la reunin pero .'ca-
lieron del cuarto de conferen-
cias sonredos.
El Mayor General Henry Hod-
Res, Subjefe del Estado Mayor
oel Octavo Ejrcito y represea-
tante especial de los aliados en
el Subcomlt. piio su brazo so-
bre los hombre.] del delegado
norcoreano. Mayor Lee San
Cho, mientras posaban para los
fotgrafos-
Se tiene entendido que ambos
bandos han comenzado a jui-
cr una frmula de transaccin
para el establecimiento de una
zona desmilitarizada aceptable
como base del armisticio.
La radio comunista de Pc/.;n.
pocas horas antes de Iniciarse
la reunin dijo que los rojos es-
triban anuentes a hacer ciertos
IP-. la P* S Col.
Empleados del Seguro
Social respaldan
nuevas reformas
Los empleados de la Caja del
Seguro Social se reunieron ano-
che en Asamblea General para
considerar un estudio del Proyec-
to-Ley por medio del cual se re-
forma la Ley Orgnica del Segu-
ro 8oclal y resolvieron respaldar
dichas reformas.
En la reunin efectuada ano-
che se consideraron las reforma
sustanciales :on respecto al fun-
cionamiento actual de la Caja,
que establecen con criterio cien-
tfico la concesin de nuevas
prestaciones e Instituyen la In-
movilidad del empleado adminis-
trativo de la institucin.
Los empleados resolvieron res-
paldar en todas sus partes el
Proyecto de Decreto-Ley y pedi-
rn a todos los sectores patrona-
les, obreros, profesionales, da
pensionados v en general a toda*
las person-s y entidades vincula-
das a la institucin, a que mani-
fiesten pblicamente su apoyo a
este Decreto-Ley.
Siete tcnicos agrcolas de
EE.UU. llegaron anoche a
Panam para iniciar labores
Siete tcnicos llegaron ano-
!che a Panam, en avin pro-
cedente de Nueva Orleans, pa-
ra participar de Inmediato con
el doctor Robert P. Bartholo-
mew y el seor Walton P. Se-
llers en el programa coopera-
tivo de fomento agrcola que
se inici el 30 de Junio con
la firma del nuevo acuerdo so-
bre el Punto Cuatro entre Pa-
nam y los Estados Unidos
Con la llegada de
Robo en depsito
del Agropecuario
se denunci ayer
El subgerente del Banco Agrc-
es'tos tc-' Pecuario, seor Teodoro Brin.
El Magisterio Panameo Uni-
do se adjudic las tres repre-
sentaciones de los maestros en
la Comisin Permanente del
Escalafn, segn informe sumi-
nistrado por la Junta Municipal
de Educacin cuando slo fal-
tan 119 votos por escrutar.
De los detalles suministrados
se Indica aue del total de maes-
tros que hay en la Repblica
votaron 3.383. de los cuales 2.555
votos fueron deoosltados a fa-
vor de los candidatos del Ma-
glsterlo Panameo Unido.
Se ha comprobado asimismo
que en todos los lugares de la i
Repblica hubo nminas de las
dos facciones en lucha y que
las elecciones y escrutinio se
llevaron a cabo dentro de la
mayor cordura y civismo.
Los computos a que nos veni-
mos refiriendo son los siguien-
tes:
Para Principales:
Elida Won? 2555 votos
Raquel Cohen 2353
Ruby de Osplno 2350 "
Andrs Cantillo 865
Matilde Vil la verde 422 "
Alejandro Arroyo 3P5 "
Miguel A Aparicio 288 "
(t>asa a la Pgina Col. I)
Fue encontrado ayer en Playa _n J '?' Sn de present denuncia ante d rE
^,nVJUrldlcclon del Ditrito ^vnhfclt^FtomiMo t<'* Tercer del Circuito. Lie.
grlcultor panameo Encarnacin
Ortega, quien se presume fue es-
trangulado por sujetos descono-
cidos cuando regresaba de una
fiesta.
El cadver del Infortunado Or-
tega fue encontrado por el seor
Po Alba, Corregidor de Playa
Leona, cuando pasaba por el lu-
gar del hecho.
De acuerdo con la Investiga-
cin practicada hasta ahora se
ha podido establecer que el seor
Ortega atendi un baile en casa
del seor Flix Rodrigues, y des-
pus de salir de dicho lugar pas
oor un lugar desierto donde los
asesinos lo acechaban.
Segn declaraciones del Perso-
nen) Municipal, se tienen deteni-
das a varias personas mientras
con'lnan las Investigaciones.
agrcola
nam y hacia el mejoramiento
de las condiciones de trabaio
y vida rural que el reciente a-
cuerdo trate de llevar a cabo.
Las 'expertos que han Pesado,
todos los cuales han sido se-
el depsito de ventas de dicha
institucin.
De acuerdo con la denuncia
i ..iada por el seer Brin. el
robo de mercancas por valor
sino se- i de x 188.36 lueron sustradas por
lecclonados del personal del Co-[pe,.^,,^ desconocidas durante
leglo de Agricultura de la Uni-
versidad de Arkansas, son: L.
A. Dhonau. director asociado
los das del 10 al
ltimo.
13 de mayo
La lista de los artculos per-
encargado de programas de ex- i^ot es lft siguiente:
tensin: R. W. Roberts, profe-
sor regular: Charles E. Cavl-
ness, agrnomo, quien ayudar
en el manejo de la grania ex-
oerlmental de Divisa: WUliatn
Haffelflnger. administrador de
negocios; Kermlt Stepehenson,
Ingeniero agrnomo Cari Koone.
profesor regular asistente en el
(rasa a la rag. h, coi. id
838 libras de caf por un va-
lor de B. 611.74.
2,847 libras de arroz pilado,
B. 291.17.
1.51R libras de sal refinada,
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IN u.. TALltUt SITUAOS* IS f*TA CIIW1 CAli f H No 87
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de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
NUEVOS RUMBOS DEL BUR
I
i..as atrs en esta misma columna se habla-
ha de los nuevos sistemas implantados por la Ge-
rencia del Banco de Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin i
para adjudicar sus construcciones.. Se alababa el i
plan por considerarlo una rectificacin y un pro-
greso. El meollo del asunto reside en que no in-
tervendr ni la suerte ni la influencia en esas ad-
indicaciones, sino que se basar en los mritos
del peticionario, en la urgencia que tenga de la i
vivienda, en la capacidad de pago, en su posibi-'
lidad de cooperacin con la comunidad de la que(
entra a formar parte.
Este aspecto social que se intenta establecer
para la adquisicin de las viviendasa un precio
el ms bajo que hasta ahora se ha cotizado, si se
tiene en cuenta lo que se ha informado en relacin
con la Urbanizacin nmero 1 de Juan Dazes,
sin discusin, en extremo sugestivo.
Se ha decidido por la Gerencia del BUR ter-
mina- con aquello de los depsitos que se presta-
ba a todo genero de combinaciones. Y que, adems,
por lo que se ha podido saber, dio pobres resulta-
dos. Porque ocurra que una vez adjudicada la ca-
sa, ciertos favorecidos vivan en ella por aos y no
ahmahan la cantidad que haban convenido para
re atar la operacin, pretendiendo que con lo en-
tre ado como depsito estaban cubiertas sus obli-
gi nes.
Con el moderno planque segn han explica-
do las autordades de la entidad podr ser perfec-
cionado, analizados sus inconvenientes si existie-
ra!- se crea un grupo de elegibles entre los pe-
ti' imarios, y ya dentro de este grupo, se implan-
ta un procedimiento de puntuacin, que ha de ser-
vir nara el orden de la entrega de las casas.
l'or supuesto la preparacin de ese plan no es
cosa sencilla. Por eso la Gerencia solicit el con-
sejo de elementos especializados en Asistencia So-
cial, en realidad imprescindibles si se pretende eon-
se; o que ayude a la comunidad y que no se
quede en cosa frivola que a la larga en nada favo-
rece a las clases ms urgidas de colaboracin.
Porque no hay que olvidar algo esencial. Y es
que el Banco de Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin no
puede invertir sus fondos sin ton ni son. En el
momento en que esas inversiones se hagan a la
buena de Dios, sin estudio y sin mirar al futuro,
la institucin ser un fracaso. Sencillamente por-
que los dineros se agotarn y su tarea quedar en
na:i. El Banco no puede transformarlo en una
maquinaria de fabricacin de botellas o en una
emn.'esa para favorecer a unos cuantos ciudadanos
con recomendaciones. El Banco de Urbanizacin )'
Rehabilitacin ha de crear y no desperdiciar los
dineros que le ha proporcionado el Estado.
Por eso se justifican las medidas adoptadas.
Drew Pearson dice: El oso Ruso ya ha tragado demasiado
no puede absorber las naciones satlites; la propa-
ganda occidental se necesita hoy ms que nunca para
aarle valor a los pueblos detrs de la cortina de hierro. T'usied nuestra* ms enrgica
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
PROTESTA DE LOS EMPLEA -
IOOS L REGISTRO PUBLICO
Se nos ha entregado para su
! puolicacin la siguiente carta:
Panam, agosto 14 de 1951.
Si. Ministro ue Gobierno
y Justicia,
S. S. D.
Seor Ministro:
Los suscritos empleados de la
Olicina del Registro Polico,
por este rnedio queremos llevar
RADIO PANAMERICANA presenta
N. de la R. Drew Pear-
son se encuentra actualmen-
te haciendo nna jira por Eu-
ropa y nos informa sobre la
situacin en ese continente.
CERCA DE LA CORTINA DE
IlituRU. Si alguna vez hu-
Gobierno.
Esta es la razn por la cual
la inquietud reinante detrs de
la cortina de hierro es muy
importante.
La seriedad de la situacin y
la importancia de imensnicai
nuestra propaganda queda ilus-
oo un tiempo en el que se ne- Uada en ei sigUiente sumario:
ceslto mus la propaganda para
darle valor y estimular a los
pueblos aeiras de la cortina de
nlerro, ese tiempo es ahora.
Va los pueblos de los pases
satlites y muchos en la mis-
ma Rusia se encuentran llenos
de dudas y desconfianza.
Checoeslovaquia.Los che-
ios se han recuperado de la
apata que sigui a la ocupa-
cin inicial de su pais por
Mosc y estn comenzando a
volver a tener valor. La seria
escasez de comida, de la cual
se culpa a los rusos, es par-
La Inquietud de estos pueblos cialmentc responsable.
se ha venido cultivando duran;
te largo tiempo y ahora esta
cerca del punto de ebullicin.
Todos los dalos que he ob-
tenido del movimiento subte-
rrneo y del servicio de inteli-
gencia me convencen de que
el oso ruso ha tragado dema-
siado y pronto tendr que vo-
mitar.
Polonia El resentimiento
contra Mosc es tan grande
que Vychaeslav Molotov, el
hombre No. 2 despus de Sta-
lin y quien aparece poco en
pblico, hizo un viaje especial
a Varsovia para advertir a
los polacos que no siguieran
el ejemplo de Tito.
La importancia de esta ad-
Un oso que sufre de indi-' vertencla se demuestra por el
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paganda a travs de globos, la
Vo/. de Amrica y todos los me-
dios posibles aumentarn el'
malestar y lograrn inclinar la
balanza en favor de la paz.
Ms an, los mensajes de
amistad y dndole valor a los.
pueblos detrs de la cortina de j
hierro ahora pueden producir
otro Tito en Polonia, Checoes-1
lovaquia o Hungra. Eso. por su- i
puesto, es a lo que Stalin mas
la teme.
Anteriormente han habido In- '
formes de disturbios detrs de;
la cortina de hierro pero nun-
ca tantos como ahora.
Ms de 200 diriceutes co-
munistas de Bulgaria han si-
do arrestados; 22 generales so-
viticos y altos oficiales so-
viticos han muerto "miste-
riosamente" durante los lti-
mos siete meses: nueve de los
ms altos oficiales del Ejrci-
to de Polonia fueron juzga-
dos por alta traicin; doce
marinos de un barreminas po-
laco se amotinaron, encerra-
ron a los oficiales y escapa-
ron a Suri i; cuatro polacos
huyeron a Suecia en un avin
robado; tres lituanos ence-
rraron a otros miembros de
! la tripulacin de un remol-
cador ruso y huyeron.
POR QUE LA REBELIN
Esta inquietud dentro de la
cortina de hierro ha sido cau-
cada en parte por los prepara-
tivos de guerra del Soviet, los
(cuales se han estado haciendo
durante largo tiempo.
Cuando un Gobierno le quita
i a su pueblo muchas de las ne-
cesidades vitales comida. Com-
bustlble y vveres ste se re-
bela.
Cuando a un minero polaco f
que odia a Rusia se le ordena
que trabaje ms duro para pru-
duclr materiales de guerra pa-
ra el comunismo, se vuelve in-
quieto.
Lo mismo sucede con el obre-
ro de las minas de uranio ue
Checoeslovaquia, y el agricul-
tor hngaro que nunca ha tra-
bajado en granjas colectivas.
Ninguna nacin en su estado
normal aunque los dictadores j
i muy pocas veces son nrmale;.
hace-Ja guerra mientras la po-
: blacln civil detrs de sus 11-
neas puede levantarse contra el
hecho que el Mariscal Gri-
gorl Zhukov, hroe de Berln
y el Mariscal Kontantln Ro-
kossovsky, gobernante militar
de Polonia, aparecieron con
Molotov en la misma plata-
forma.
Bulgaria. Una revuelta
entre los campesinos caus la
suspensin de las entregas de
trigo a Rusia y oblig a que I
se enviara una batera de que hacerle frente a la esc a-
proiesta por la actitud asumida
en el da de ayer por el jeie
de la oficina, Licenciado Ge-
roncio Lizrraga, quien por mo-
tivos de una divergencia con
dos empicados de la oncina, a
causa de una denuncia presen-
tada por l ante el Procurador
General de la Nacin, quien a
la ve/ la pas al Fiscal Segundo
del encuito y en la cual haca
ver que nuestros compaeros
Luciano Ruiz Yanta y Dilia G.
de Quintero, estn complicados
en una Investigacin que l
quiso que se llevara a efecto
y ojal usted para claridad de
los hechos y conocimiento ca-
bal de qu es lo que sucedi
en realidad, se tomara la mo-
lestia de investigar el caso pa-
ra que se d cuenta de la irres-
ponsaillidad de nuestros com-
paeros de labores menciona^
dos.
Cor.io decimos pues, el seor
Registrador apel de una ma-
nera drstica con motivo de la
diferencia antes. apuntada y
solicit la Intervencin de la
Poicia Nacional, que llamada
por l envi a-Huestra Oficina,
un Teniente y un Sub-Tenien-
te del servicio de Radio Pa-
trulla, el cual podemos atesti-
guarlo, no solamente los em-
pleados de dicha oficina, sino
el pblico all presente, dando
origen a una alarma y a un
HOY VIERNES
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7:45 La Vez Emocional
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almacenes La Aurora
1:15 En Voz Baja
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La Europea.
8:30 Presentacin personal de
Los Kikaros
cortesa del Saln de
Belleza Rex
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas
escndalo que poco acredita a
una Institucin que es garan-
ta de la propiedad, cuando l
tiene a su alcance las dispo-
siciones legales para haber Im-
puesto las sanciones que la ley
autoriza y no apelar a recur-
sos doco edificantes de la Fuer-
Iza Pblica como si se tratara
de un delito diferente.
De Ud. con toda consideracin
' empleados del Registro Pblico,
; (Fdo.) Alberto J. Glvez, Er-
nesto Zurita Jr., Manuel A. Cas-
tillo, Carlos O. Moreno, Jos
Guerrero G., Luciano Ruiz Ya-
nis, Dilia G. de Quintero, A-
minta Burgos, Mara Barahona,
Rosa Evelia Ponce, Ana More-
no, Maria Luisa de Guevara,
Teodora Castillo, Graciela Vas-
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rrera, Ester Avecilla, Cenobia
Quintero. Berta Taylor. Marga-
rita P. de Manfredo, Fidedigna
de Sandoval.
funcionarios soviticos a So-
fia.
En los campos de concen-
tracin hay ms de 45.000
personas y los juicios por
traicin demuestran que el
Partido Agrario, en un tiem-
po el ms fuerte de Bulga-
ria, est operando subterr-
neamente.
Los dirigentes agrarios han
convencido a los campesinos
que demoren las cosechas y
se unan a las unidades de
guerrillas en las montaas,
teniendo tanto xito que el
diario oficial del Cominform
ha calificado a Bulgaria de
"lcera".
Rumania El Ministro de
Defensa Nacional, Emil Bod-
naras, ha sido arrestado y
han habido evacuaciones en
masa de aquellos a quienes se
sospecha de ser desleales a
Mosc.
Hungra La deportacin
de miles de agricultores hn-
garos a los campos de con-
centracin en donde tendrn
vitud y la muerte ha sido de-
nunciada por el Secretario de
Eslado Acheson. *
El dirigente de estos arres-
tos en masa es Bela Szanlo.
un h ii n gar entrenado en
Mosc para hacer el trabajo.
S/antn es un carnicero inmi-
sericorde, quien ha encarce-
lado ms de 70,000 agriculto-
res porque rehusaron traba-
jar en las granjas colectivas.
Alemania Oriental Los
esfuerzos de Mosc para ha-
cer un ejrcito de la Ale-
mania Comunista han sido
frustrados en parte porque
gran nmero de los oficiales
de la "Polica Popular" han
desertado y huido a Alemania
Occidental. Tres movimientos
subterrneos operan entre l
personal del ejrcito rojo den-
tro de Alemania.
Esta es slo una parte de
a historia sobre la inquie-
tud que prevalece detrs de
la cortina de hierro y la oppr-
tunidad que tiene la propa-
ganda norteamericana.
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VIERNES, AGOSTO 17. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO IMIE'KNDIKNTE
PAGINA TRES
Japn tendr libertad para
reconocer rgimen de China
Por Edward J. Michclion
(N.A.U.A.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. Agosto
17. (LP8i Japn sera libre
para reconocer a los naciona-
listas o a los comunistas como
gobierno legitimo de China,
conforme a los trminos del
tratado de paz que ser fir-
mado el mes prximo en San
Francisco.
Dicho-; lrminos.nue afora son
estudiados en el Capitolio y la
Casa Blanca, otorgan ni Japn
autoridad prra acreditar em-
baladores ante -cualquier na-
cin, inclusive China.
Los senadores republicanos,
auncue un poco sorprendidos a.
cerca de est libertad en cuan-
to al reconocimiento de los na-
cionalistas o los comunistas,
han decidido finelmente acep-
tar el borrador del tratado pre-
parado por su correligionario el
Podr decidirse por los rojos
o por los nacionalistas, segn
el Tratado de Paz por firmar
l embajador especial John Fos-
ter Dulles.
Jsie r...iiest a sus amigoj
republicanos que el ministerio
l de relaciones britnico haba
objetado un plan anterior, en
el que se obligaba al gobierno
japonas a leconocer como go-
bierno legitimo de China a los
nacionalistas refugiados en For-
mosa. La Gran Bretaa reco-
I noci el rgimen comunista do
PeUa hace algn tiempo.
Anastasio Somoza propone la
unificacin de las fuerzas
armadas) de toda l Amrica
Aadi que las armas deberan ser suministradas
por el Ejrcito de Estados Unidos
VEA EL SENSACIONAL
r MUEVO
, Cuando se hizo evidente que
i los Estados Unidos estaban dis-
' puestos a hacer la paz con Ja-
pn solos, si era necesario, los
1 uiumcos acc-j.croii a. aceptar
' la componenda actual, confor-
me a la cual se deja al propio
I Japn la decisin de reconocer
' a los comunistas o a los nacio-
nalistas como gobierno chino.
Uno de los principales lderes
parlamentarlos republicanos de-
clar que aceptaba este arreglo
nicamente por las seguridades
dadas tamo por Dulles como
por el General MacArthur, de
que Japn no establecera re-
laciones oficiales con los co-
munistas chinos.
MANAGUA. Agosto 17 (UP)
El Presidente de Nicaragua,
General Anastasio Somoza, pro-
pugn la unificacin de las
fuerzas armadas de todas las
Repblicas Americanas, al man
do de un Estado Mayor Con-
junto con armas modernas, uni-
formes y con los mismos .reala-
opinan que Rusia se mostrar
deseosa de cooperar. Pero esto
nadie puede saberlo, natural-
mente, ya que no existe toda-
va ningn vidente capaz de
profetizar la actitud que pten-
n adoptar los amos del Krem-
lin.
mentos y mtodos.
Somoza expres que la me-
i jor contribucin que puede ha-
cer Estados Unidos a la de-
fensa continental es procurar
lia unificacin militar del he-
misterio occidental entero. A-
adi que los pases que no
pudieran adquirir con sus pro-
pios recursos los armamentos
requeridos, stos deberan ser
suministrados por Estados Uni-
, dos. t
El Primer Mandatario hizo
esas declaraciones en una en-
trevista con la Prensa Unida.
Al preguntrsele cul era su
1 opinin de la mejor contribu-
cin de Estado Unidos en el
terreno econmico. Somoza res-
pondi que era la ayuda tc-
nica y financiera para desarro-
llar la economa-de Latino A-
mrlca mediante ana utilizacin
ms amplia de los recursos na-
turales y la diverslicacin de
su produccin.
Aadi que tal poltica con-
templada en el Programa del
Punto Cuatro del Presidente
Truman tendra el doble efecto
de imedir la infiltracin co-
munista al melonar los niveles
de vida y beneficiara a Estados
Unidos en forma directa al ele-
var el poder de consumo lati-
noamericano para adquirir pro-
ductos norteamericanos.
1 <> VA >\v< Oiiirtnni"
i
can un talo krnial
una aipifl una agu|ai
LLVESE UNO
para su casa con
SOLO B/ 20.00 INICIAL
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Ml KBIKR1A CASA SPARTON -
Central m Calidonia
El senador Warren Magrtu-
son, uno de los miembros de la
delegacin del Senado que -con-
currir a la conferencia de paz
de San Francisco, expres la
confianza de que eslo ser as,
diciendo: "Los trminos del
tratado de paz son muy gene-
rosos para Japn, y el senti-
miento poivilar Japons es fuer-
temente antlcomunlsla. En* rea-
lidad, Japn se propone orga-
nizar una fuerza de polica de
medio milln de hombres para
defenderse de la agresin co-
munista".
Agreg que no crea qu se
presentaran muchas dificulta-
des en la conferencia de San
! Francisco, excepto por lo que
se refera a las demandas de
reparaciones presentadas pol-
los filipinos, que han sido re-
dactadas por el ministro de re-
laciones exteriores de Filipi-
nas. Carlos Rmulo.
"Todos sabemos que las Fili-
pinas sufrieron enormemente
por el ataque y la ocupacin
japoneses", dice Magnuson.
"Pero Japn no tiene el dinero
necesario para pagar los daos
que caus. Tiene yens, pero
esta moneda es de poco valor
para los filipinos".
En cuanto al papel que los
rusos se Droponen ciesemoear
en la conferencia de San Fran-
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1Ro de Europa.
7Capital europea.
13Evades, evitas.
14rbol muy abundante en
Espaa.
IS Letra castellana.
16Nombre de mujer
17Letra castellana.
jT 18Contraccin.
.. 19Nombre de mujer.
21rbol leguminoso.
'"" 32Letra castellana.
23Apcope de santo.
, 24Oficial del ejrcito turco.
_ 25 Cocinar en seco.
, 28Criminal, matador.
29Del verbo atesar.
30Instrumento musical.
'*. 32Brbaro invasor de Europa
35Jubilado.
39Sombrero de mujer.
40Remueve la tierra'con el
_,, arado.
41Nota musical.
- 42Escuela Libre Americana,
Inic.
43Distrados.
- 44Imperativo de asar.
.. 44Afirmacin.
47rbol de Venezuela.
46Amarra.
49Preposicin.
SONombre de varn.
52Vuelve a ceder.
64 Del verbo sanar.
85Avarientos.
VERTICALE8:
1Estantes.
2Percibirs con el olfato.
IDivisin Universitaria, Inic.
4El primer hombre.
8Nio pequeo.
iConstelacin.
7Palma de adorno.
8Volumen.
9Letra castellana.
10Nordeste, Abv.
11Bromas o trampas.
12Del verbo soler.
20Letra castellana.
21Fatalista.
22Demostrativo.
24Medida antigua de longitud.
25Amarrar.
27nica, sin compaa.
28Ciudad del Per.
29Agrupacin Nacional
Espaola.
31'nstituto Militar Argentino.
Inic.
32Del verbo atesar.
33Departamento de Colombia.
34Ciudad de Espaa.
38Apodo de un famoso pirata.
40Quiere con adoracin.
43Humor acuoso de la sangre.
44Del verbo vetar.
45Extrae.
47Nombre de mujer.
48Altar.
51Asociacin Nacional, Inic.
53Terminacin verbal.
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Que Restaura El Vigor
Ln m Mkdccan de nnllaa dl Ti- dulara* 7 emplaaa a producir nua
Lea M seshoaa da prdlSs. 4*1 Tl-
for, narttaaMad. cuerpo d'bll r que
tim aramaturamenta envejecidos y
Sa.a atada., recibirn con aletrla U
ollota de na nuero .cubrimiento
leadular. hacho por an mdico amar-
Cea aete huero Seacubrlmlento aa
posible restaurar rpida y felunaate
al visar de sue glndulas y de an cuer-
po y hacer que en corta tiempo ae
lenta matad como un hombre nuevo
Ba efecto, eete nuero descubrimiento
ana aa na medicina caaara e>. forma
ae tabletas agradables y fciles de to-
claaaaala*.
tier a produc
i rpidamente, de ma-
dularaa y
vl*or y anarf li
har natural.
KJ ealio de este descubrimiento sor-
prendente llamado Vsrke ha sido tea
arande an loa Kstadoa Unidos. QU*
hoy aa vende aqu en todas las far-
macias y boticas. En otras palabras,
Varko har que usteu ie sienta lleno
de vigor y anerafa. y aflea ms joren.
UB frasco de 48 Varfce espaciales, da
f ueria doble, c
ta poco.
Varko
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PUNTOS
DE VISTA
EDIFICIO DEL PRIMER CICLO
DE PENONOM
Por el Profesor Olmedo Vrela
A pesar de contar Penonom
con accrt ados historiadores
quienes ya deben estar regis-
trando este pedazo de la histo-
ria penonomea; como es de la
construccin de la obra para el
Primer Ciclo Secundarlo; a pe-
sar de contar con hbiles pe-
riodistas quienes han dado a
conocer con bien hilvanadas l-
neas, la actividades del pueblo
penonomeo durante estos l-
timos das; a pesar de hater
escuchado de labios de los mis-
mos penonomeos sus tesone-
ras luchas por tener un Peno-
nom mejor; y a pesar de ;:a-
ber ledo en libros y peridicos
las actividades de esta acogedo-
ra ciudad, en la construccin (ie
obras y servicios pblicos, en
conocimiento de ello, me ie a-
trevldo agregar un escrito mas
acerca del pueblo penonomeo,
ya que como educador en esta
comunidad en los momentos en
que se estn llevando a cabo los
trabajos para la obra del Ciclo
Secundarlo y como colaborador
en esta otra, quiero dar mi o-
pmin al respecto, con el pro-
psito de alabar cuando lo con-
sidere justo sin caer en la adu-
lacin que tanto dao hace, y
orientar para ayudar a la reali-
zacin de esta obra de grandes
beneficios para esta comunidad.
A continuacin har un resu-
men de lo hecho como coruri-
'cucin del pueblo.
El domingo 22 de julio, pocos
das despus que el gobierno 1-
nlcl la obra, en vista que e
necesitaba arena con urgencia
para continuar los trabajos, el
pueblo espontneamente asisti
al llamado que le hicieran la
Junta de Transporte y la Jun-
ta Dominical.
Se acarrearon cerca de 30 ca-
miones de arena. El domingo si-
guiente se dedic a continuar
orlendo fundaciones y e..ir
acarreando arena.
En vista de que haca falta
mangle para los andahiios, el
sbado 4 de Agosto la comisin
de mangle fu en busca de s-
te. Se trajeron varios camiones
cargados de esta madera. ti S
del presente, se dedic al uax
e cemento La comisin Pro
Saco de Cemento despleg una
fuerte campaa en Penonom y
pueblos circunvecinos. Se reco-
gieron 881 sacos y an estn
llegando ms donaciones que no
pudieron ser hechas el da in-
dicado por la Comisin. Adems
e colect cierta cantidad do di-
nero para el mismo fin. El do-
mingo 12 de Agosto los camio-
nes se dedicaron al acarreo de
tierra para los rellenos del piso
del edificio en construccin.
Por lo antes expuesto, afirma-
mos sin miedo a equivocamos
que el pueblo si est cooperan-
do, y lo est haciendo sin os-
tentacin alguna. Y repito, ci-
rri o lo hiciera en la ltima reu-
nin de padres de familia de
la escuela "Simen Cont" don-
de nos toc hablar, que me sien
lo complacido de la forma es-
pontnea como el pueblo ct
cooperando en la construccin
de esta obra.
La duda y las contrariedades
siempre existen en trabajos vo-
luntarlos, pero la obra para el
Primer Ciclo Secundario debe
estar por sobre todas estas c:r.-
uarledades. como "hasta ahera
se ha estado haciendo, pues el
objetivo que se persigue el coo-
perar a la construccin de cate
edificio, merece toda nuestra a-
encin, nuestras habilidades,
nuestras preocupaciones y nues-
tro tiempo.
Penonom, Agosto de 1951
El centro de colaboracin Jos
Nadal Silva celebr reunin en
el corregimiento de Las Minas
eJLa Juend I atricin
ANTON, Agosto 17 ponsal Viajero Con asisten-
cia* treinticinco maestros, su-
pervisores Avala y Quira e Ins-
pector Auxiliar Vsquet, se ce-
lebr reunin Centro Colabora-
cin Jos Nadal Silva el 10 Ce
los corrientes en la Escuela tie
Las Minas. Alto espritu profe-
sional fu puesto de manifiesto
por asistentes reunin.
La sesin de la maana tve
destinada labor social. Comtalo-
.ts de maestros se encargaron
hacer fogones altos, camas in-
dividuales y arreglar jardn de
al nueva escuela. A la 1:00 p.m.
todas las comisiones haban
cumplido su cometido. En la se-
sin de la tarde se discutieron
aspectos educativos en los cua-
les Intervinieron todos los
maestros-
Invitados per el Centro de
Colaboracin asistieron tambin
los doctores Carlos Pedresohl
director de la Unidad Sanita-
ria de Penonom, Narciso Ave-
l.ano Mejia de la misma insti-
tucin, el seor Jos R. Bal, em-
pleado de Sanidad quienes hi-
cieron una labor altamente me-
ritoria en el control de enfer-
medades comunes en auealros
campos.
En la noche present la lo-
cuela de Las Minas una intere-
sante velada, all se les habl
a los moradores de la importan-
cia de los fogones altos y las ca-
mas Individuales exhitndolos
a hacerlos tal como las unida-
des que haban hecho los maes-
tros en casas.d algunos veci-
nos. Consideramos magnifica la
organizacin de trabajo de cote
Centro de Colaboracin por la
labor social que va dejando en
las comunidades que sun enco-
gidas para sus sesiones.
Habr un Concurso Tpico
Intercolegial en Divisa
Tenemos casi sabido, el tra-
bajo que estn desarrollando os
distintos Jefes de los conjuntos
tpicos de las escuelas secunda-
rias del interior de la Repbli-
ca. Nos llegan noticias de Divisa
en donde segn dicen se est
trabajando por lograr el premio
de este ao. Sabemos que en
Santiago los Profesores traba-
jan en esa obra desde el mes de
Mayo. Las Tablas quiera traer
este ao la mejor presentacin.
Chitr cree que no debe desma-
yar y desea obtener el triunfo
por segunda vez.
Si all llueve en la Profesio-
nal no escampa, pues diaria-
mente ensayan los muchaqhos
los diferentes aspectos del con-
curso- Tienen maestros que ge-
nerosamente han prestado su
cooperacin a fin de ver si lo-
gran algo ms que lo que logra-
ron el ao pasado. Y por prime-
ra vea, la provincia de Chiriqu
tendr representacin en el con-
curso, pues Flix Olivares y -el
primer ciclo de la Concepcin
estn que hasta que saltan por
exponer todo- lo que Chlrlqui
sabe.
E.ta vea,el Ministerio de Edu-
cacin ser ms generoso que el
ao pasado y no* ha ofrecido a-
poyo Incondicional. AI Ministe-
rio no se le escapa el valor edu-
cativo de estos Concursos y a-
yuda asi al afianzamiento d
nuestras costumbres que es
tambin una magnifica for.rta
de educar y hacer patria.
llama
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narria Amrica?
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O MANDAMIENTO
de la Ley de Dios reza:
:No Matars!
La Soc Chlricana
apoya movimiento
sobre escuelas
La So. civlca de Chlrtcanos
Capitulo de Panam
CONDERANDO:
lo.<>ue el Comit pro-Escue-
las de la Frontera ha inicia-
do una campaa tendiente a
construir ocho escuelas en la
regln fronteriza Panam-Cos-
ta rlca-
2o.Que de acuerdo con la
exposicin que nos ha hecho la
delegacin enviada por dicho
comit, esa regln se encuen-
tra en total abandono contras-
tando con la parte costarricen-
se que est bien dotada de ser-
vicios pblicos;
Jo.Que el sentimiento pa-
tritico nos obliga a laborar
porque el problema de la fal-
ta de escuelas en esa regln
sea resuelto cuanto antes;
RESUELVE:
Acuerpar al Comit pro-Es-
cuelas de la Frontera y exhor-
tar a todos los chirlcanos re-
sidentes en esta ciudad y a
todas las Instituciones cvicas
a .que cooperen en esta campa-
a patritica.
Dado en Panam, a los io
das del mes de agosto de 1951.
Presidente,
Silvia. Rosa Flore.
Secretarlo,
Ceden terrenos para
construir pozos en
un sector de Pes
El seor Daniel Daz, ha do-
nado a l Municipalidad de Pe-
se, un. lote d terreno como de
un coarto de hectrea, en la
loma que queda al lado Oeste
de esta poblacin, para que sea
utilizada en la perforacin de
los posos, y la colocacin del
tanque para el Acueducto de es-
ta ciudad, lo cual ser de bi.r-
ficloa. positivas para la comu-
nidad.
Trasladan al Dr.
Alberto Espinosa
desde Macaracas
MACARACAS. Agosto 17 (Co-
rresponsal) -:- El da 30 de Julio
ltimo parti de esta poblacn
hacia la Mudad de Coln a don-
de ha sida trasladado por el
Ministerio de Trabajo, Previsin
Social y Salud Pblica, el dis-
tinguido y culto doctor Don Al-
berto Espinosa, hijo de la her-
mana Repblica del Ecuaor,
quien desempeaba aqu des le
e mes de Abril del presente a-
o el carg de Director de la
Unidad Sanitaria a satisfaccin
del pueblo en general y que por
sus buenas cualidades se hlao a-
creedor al aprecio y estimacin
de todos los que tuvimos el ho-
nor de conocerlo y tratarlo.
No sabemos las razones c,ue
ha tenido el Ministerio ya nom-
brado para que haya traslada-
do tan pronto al doctor. Espi-
nosa, ya que slo tenia' cuatro
meses de estar entre nosotros
Podemos Informar que duran-
te el tiempo que estuvo al frente
de la Unidad Sanitaria, el Joe-
tor Espinosa fu un consagrado
a sus labores; que no slo aten-
ala a las personas en la Clnica
sino que visitaba con frecuencia
todas las escuelas y corregi-
mientos del Distrito; que nunca
le puso dificultades a los enftr-
mos que acudan donde l en
busca de salud y que a todos jin
distincin atenda con finesa y
amabilidad.
Macaracas pues, ha sentido y
ha lamentado muchsimo la se-
paracin del doctor Alberto Es-
pinosa y le pide al Gobierno que
preside don Alclblades Aroseme-
na que nombre otro mdico y
que sea enviado cuanto antes
posible, ya que se necesita' cen
urgencia.
Instituto De Nutricin De Centre Amrica y Panam
Yodo: Requerimientos. Alimentos con yodo
Evidentemente ei organismo
requiere una cantidad determi-
nada de yodo y es Indudable
qu este requerimiento deber
ser continuo para reponer las
prdidas diarlas y almacenar
una cantidad suficiente para
proveer a la glndula tiroides
en el momento que lo necesita.
Segn Marine, si el contenido
del yodo en la tiroides ae man-
tiene sobre 0.1 por ciento de su
substancia slida,- el bocio nose
desarrolla. Kendall considera
qu cerca de 10 miligramos d
yodo ms pueden encontrarse
en el resto del cuerpo en forma
de Tiroxina (Hormona produ-
cida por la glndula tiroides).
Asi se estima qua el organismo
humano contiene cerca d 2B
miligramos de yodo en total.
An no se ha establecido sin
embarg que cantidad requiere
e: organismo diariamente y esto
e& debido a dos raaonea: a) es
casi imposible hacer estudios en
humanos ya que por la reserva
de yodo del organismo tomara
un tiempo Indefinido; b) que
las cantidades de yodo conteni-
das en los alimentos ms comu-
nes son tan pequeas qu r.n
en el caso de usar los mtodos
analticos ms exactos, los re-
sultados son poco satisfactorios*
Agregames a esto otra rarn
m y es que el requerimiento
de yodo es influenciado poi- o-
troS factores desconocidos en
la dieta humana.
En los alimentos se presenta
adems el problema d que el
contenido de yodo variar ie-
gn la regln donde se produ-
can, pero en general los alimen-
tos martimos son ricos en y^do.
Numerosos Aguadulceos siguen
cooperando con el Primer Ciclo
AGUADULCE, Agosto 17 (Co-
rresponsal) Con renovada f
en el xito siguen los aguaoul-
ceftos colaborando con el go-
bierno en pro de la construc-
cin del primer ciclo de Aguc-
dulce. Entre los actos de mayor
trascendencia en cuanto al a-
porte espontneo merecen ci-
tarse al emprstito que los seo-
res don Popo Chlarl y don
Chang Mndez hicieron al mu-
nicipio de Aguadulce para (i'C
este pudiera cubrir su compro-
miso de cinco mil balboas para
la obra mencionada.
En segundo lugar la feliz k>a
del len Presidente don Manjel
de Jess Unila consistente en
exhortar a los tenedores de ac-
ciones del fenecido club social
Aguadulce S. A. para que trans-
ieran sus acciones al comlt*
pro ciclo y engrosar as los fon-
dos de los aguadulceos para 'n
realizacin de esta obra de cul-
tura.
Es digno de anotar la rapldes
y la generosidad con que los
suscrlptores de acciones h..n
respondido a est llamado de A-
guadulce. La unin progresista
aguadulcea, institucin honda-
mente preocupada por los inte-
reses de la patria chica, jta
desplegados sfuerzos titnicos
en pro de la recoleccin del sa-
co de cemento- El seor don Ni-
canor Castillo Jr. uno de sus
miembros explic en plan do
accin de la U.P.A. en cuanto a
cooperacin para el primer ci-
clo se refiere.
Medalla de ONU para fuenag en Corea
Las Naciones Unidas anunciaron recientemente la creacin de una
medalla para les miembros de las fuerzas de tierra, mar y aire que
prestan servicios ea Corea. La medalla (ilustrada arriba) es de nn
metal bronceado con un dimetro aproximado de castro centime-
tres, y cuelga de ana cinta eea rayas verticales en aiul y blanca.
El anverso lleva 1 inscripcin "Per Servicies en Defensa ale la
Carta de las Naciones Jaldas" y el reverse, el emblema de la ONU.
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M. fAKAM UOmCA MAMO IWDEPERDIENTE
Informes par esta seccin se reciben en la
Kedaccin Social
Telfono 3-1*59
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
ORAS: IH a 10M a.m.
Apartase is*
Cocktail
El Agregado Econmico de la
Embajada de loi Sotados Ur.i-
lo, seor Louis C- Nolan, oire-
cer hoy de 8:30 p.m. a 1:30 p.
m. un cocktail al cul ha ido
invitado un grupo de sus amis-
tades.
Jeliciosas !
EN TODA FORMA
Solas o acompaadas
de cartas a un grupo de ana a-
mistades que concurrieron i i:-
iicltaria con motivo ae su ouin-
pleafios
Agasaje
Para agasajar a la seorita
sata Caries, quien contraer
matrimonio maana sbado con
el caballero IfrSn Miro Guar-
dia, la sefiora Eolia Navarro de
Smith y la seorita Marta Luisa
tupi ofrecieron anocne en la
residencia de la seorita Lupl
un simptico agasajo si cuai a-
sisti un grupo de (tu amis-
tades.
SE REDUCE EL COSTO
DE LA VIDA
Y SE DA TRABAJO AL OBRERO NACIONAL!
. DESCUENTO
En todos los rv..febles dt caobo fabricados por
Obreros Panameos.
SUSCRBASE A NUESTRO CLUB!
Engalname* nuestras afi-
na eon el retrato do la dlstin-
gulda seoril Ana Evelina Va-
llarme Arjona, ojnien celebra hoy
sus 15 ao, rara celebrar este
acontecimiento, sus distinguido
padre el Licenciado Eduardo
Vallarme y seora Margarita
Arjona de Vallarino, la agasa-
jarn con un Buffet amante
MU noche la IH e| Club
union, al cual ban sido invita-
das su numerosas amistades.
Aprovechamos la oportunidad
ar\.dT*r1' u ""tlea A-
na Evelina mucha felicidades
frk,U BJJ** D,os >me
obre ella toda clase de dichas.
Comida
El doctor Octavio Mndez Pe-
ir,y se.ftora Luz Guardia de
Mndez Perelra ofrecern sota
noche una comida informal en
su residencia en honor del gg-
or Juan R. Morales y seor
Leticia de Morales.
Comida
Un grupo de amistades de la
seora Florence de Beeaon la
agasajaron el mircoles en la
noche con un simptica fiesta
con motivo de su onomstico.
T y Juego de Cartas
La eftora Qabriela Oaateazc-
ro de Moreno ofreci esta taide
en su residencia un t y juego |
Fiesta Infantil
Con motivo del cumpleaos
oe su hijo John T. rogarty J-
c; seor John T. Fogarty y se-
ora Lily de Fogarty, ofrecieron
ayer en la tarde una lmptlca
fiesta infantil en au residencia
en La Cresta a la que concu-
rrieron sus numerosos amiguito
a romper la tradicional, plftuta.
Fara loe Estado Unido
Despedimos cordlalmente a S.
E. el Embajador de China en
Panam, seor Cheng Ch-Yu,
Wifn sigue hacia Formosa en
misin oficial.
Fara Ser Amrica
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam visitan-
do a sus familiares, regresaron
a Lima, Per lugar de tu resi-
dencia, la seora Alicia Isa-el
Porras de Arambur y su nina-
Las despedimos.
Be Puerto Rite
Orata estada I* deseamos l
Capitn Oeorg* sevlr y seora
Irma Boyd de Sovler, quienes a-
compaftados de sus nios, lla-
garon de puerto Rico a pasar
una temporada en la capital Vi-
sitando a sus familiares.
el Interior ~
Con el fin de visitar a sus fa-
miliares en la capital, llegaron
ayer d Chltr, la seora Ne.ll
Arias de Lloyd, acompaada de
sus nio. La saludamos.
Restablecida'""'
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das recluidas en ej Hospi-
tal panam, se encuentra de
nueve en su residencia la nia
Fmelta de la Ouardia Alemn.
Nos alegramos.
Anotamos complacidos el res-
ta bWclmlento de la seora la-
na Boyd de Arlas quien aban-
dono el Hospital donde estuvo
recluida varios diss.
DespeSMa de soltera
n la residencia de 1S seora
Angeles Carr, tendr lugar hoy
en la tarde un t psra despedir
de su vida de soltera a la seo-
rita Aliqui Plataflotis. quien
contraer matrimonio prxima-
mente con el seor Jimmy Co-
sarakls-
Despedida
Con motivo del prximo via-
j fine emprender a los Esia-
ucs Unidos y Mxico ser des-
pedido esta noc'.ie el doctor Al-
fredo Figuero. El doctor Figue-
i-oa viaja a Mxico donde asis-
tir como Delegado de Panam
al IV Congreso Americano y V
Congreso de Urologa. El docior
Figuero viaja en compaa de
su esposa doa Mrcedes Nava-
rro de Figuero.
"---------nr t--------------t---------a
_______ TAQOU CPfCS"
La defensa interamerlcana itacln del Per ante la Junte-
m?.|uo ministro de fomento 5
Stt a Washington, el te- oras pblicas, ha sido agasajad!
b nSi^ d! c C- Pr compaeros de^rom?
n mKld "f tl |0bter" clon multar, con motivo de su
no, miembro de la represen- viaje.
Actualidad Argentina

Fara Centro Amrica
Orato paseo le deseamos a la
seora Josefita Arias, quien si-
gui por la via area para Sur.
Jos, Costa Rica en donde pa-
sara una corta temporada visi-
tando a sus hermanos el seor
J. z. Knapp y seora Eudocla
Arias de Knapp.
Reania )
Se recuerda a las Damas que
lorman el Comit Pro Retiro d
Matas Hernndez del Club in-
teramerlcano de Mujeres, que
maana sbado a las 10: am.
habr uns reunin en la resi-
dencia de la seora Luz Ouwr-
o:a de Mnds Perelra, a la cjal
e suplica la puntual asistencia
da< todas Isa damas de dicho co-
mit.
de
Para los Estadee I/nidos
Acompaada de sus nios.
Shan y Michael, sigue hoy para
Nueva York a bordo del vapor
"Andrews Jackson", la sftjra
Jan d Zoffman. Feliz viaje.
rara Colombia
Siguen hoy de paseo hacia
Cartagena, Colombia, las seo-
ritas Ana Cristina. Aurora Mo-
ra y Berta Alicia Corro. Les
despedimos cordlalmente.
De Centro Amrica
Presentamos nuestro cordicl
saludo de bienvenida a la seo-
ra doa Alicia de Raudales Pu-
nas esposa de S. E. el Ministro
ae Honduras en Panam, seiier
don Marco A. Raudales Planac,
quien regres ayer de au paseo
por Nicaragua, Honduras y Cos-
ta Rica.
^BlERlfl
AVE.CENTRALyCALLE 21 E,1>TELS.t:i-183C
\Y 2-1833
Cumpleaos do bay
Bra Graciela Oasteaaoro
Moreno
Sra. Yolanda Sosa de McLood
ar. Leopoldo Arosemens
nio Antonio Stanzlola de O-
baldia
nia Ricardo Antonio Boyd
Chanis
nia Annette Oerbaud Lpez
nia Delia Magdalena Val des
nia Adela Ins Aroaemena
Escala
Sra. Clotilde Lpez de Botcllo
Srta Carmen Cecilia Flercs.
Srta. Julia Ruiz
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Pggy Zubleta de Alemn
Sra. Elena Vslds de Moreno
Rosales
Sra. ida Blena Garrido de
Snchez
Sra. Haydee de la Lastra de
Ehrman
nio Roberto Ramn Gonz..>z
Revllla
Bautlao
Con l nombre de Lupe s.r.
bautizada maana la nia el
seor Jos Guillermo Verger* y
seora Ondina N. de Vergare.
Sern sus padrinos la seora
Margot N. de Morales y el Li-
cenciado Ramn Morales. Mu-
chas felicitaciones le desea.uce
a la nueva cristiana.
Enfermo
Pronta mejora deseamos l
joven estudiante Javier Furo*
quien se encuentra recluido en
el Hospital Panam en estado
de salud delicado.
TODOS DE ACUERDO, EXCEPTO UNO
por Julio Aster
CONCURSO DE CUENTOS
BELO HORIZONTE, Brasil, a-
gosto 17. (AFP). El primer
premio del concurso de cuen-
tos patrocinado por la prefec-
tura de esta ciudad por inter-
medio de un matutino, fue ga-
nado por el delincuente Fran-
cisco Antonio de Alencar. quien
sufre una condena de 24 aos
de prisin en la penitenciaria
de Neves, Alencar, quien tiene
2 aos de edad, fue preso en
1M8 como jefe de la banda que
en ese ao asalt la agencia
del Banco de Minas Gerals en
Lagos da Prata. Alenoar fue
laureado ya cuatro veces con
menciones honrosas en el mis-
mo certamen en aos anterio-
res. Conoce varias lenguas y tie-
ne preparado para su publica-
cin un libro titulado "Novela
de un Condenado",
Se sabe lo qu ocurri a po-
co de empezar, el 1 de julio
pasado en Washington, la
reunin de los representantes
de los Bancos Centrales, con-
vocada por el Consejo Econ-
mico y Social Interamerlcano;
de conformidad con la Reso-
lucin XVII de la IV Reunin
Consultiva de Cancilleres de
las Repblicas Americanas.
El primer pedido presenta-
do por los Delegados de Am- .
rica Latina fue rechazado de que durante el periodo 1941
- 45.
ms tarde, con los dlares y
oro acumulados por no poder
comprar en ese entonces, la
misma cantidad de equipos y
productos que los que corres-
ponda a los precios de tiem-
po de guerra.
Pero no fue as. se suprimi
la O.P.A., con el objeto de li-
beralizar el comercio, segn
se dijo, con la consecutiva su-
ba de los precios en dlares.
Pronto, todo cost el doble
plano, sin mayor argumenta
clon, inflexiblemente.
Qu es lo que solicitaron los
Delegados de Amrica Latina,
y que de tal modo se lo ne-
garon? Una garanta de po-
der adquisitivo posterior de
aquellos dlares que luego de
serles abonados, o acredita-
dos, por las materias primas
que exportaran durante el ac-
tual periodo de emergencia, y
no podrn invertir inmediata-
mente en la compra de los
materiales esenciales que las
La consecuencia fue que con
los dlares que haban recibi-
do durante la guerra los pa-
ses sudamericanos, sin poder
comprar inmediatamente lo
que necesitaban en el merca-
do mundial, tan solo pudie-
ron adquirir la mitad de lo
que estaban en derecho de
pedir cuando aceptaron esos
dlares en pago, lo que signi-
fic una prdida equivalente
al 50 por ciento del importe
de lo que suministraron a los
economas latinoamericanas Estados Unidos, Inglaterra v
ELIDA 6. de BRID e Hijos
Agradecen profundamente todas las maiifestacio-'
nes de condolencia, tanto de la Capital como del interior
de la Repblica y del exterior, al Personal Docente y
Mm. de la Esc. Artes y Oficios, al Personal Docente y
Adm. de la Escuela Panam, al Alumnado de Ja Escuela
Ptnama, al Personal Docente de la Escuela Estados Uni-
dos a la Liga de Radio Aficionados, a Ja Barriada de Mi-
radores, a la Librera y a la Farmacia Preciado, a la Ca
Panamea de Fuerza y Luz, a la Ca. Panamea de Oran-
ge Cruh, y dems personas y entidades que han tenido
la bondad de enviarles mensajes de simpatas con mo-
tivo de su reciente duelo.
AHORRE
COMPRANDO EN


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Este Fin De Semana


SBADO
DOMINGO
LUNES
estn desempacando
BLUSAS MANGA LARGA
Blancas y Rosadas.
Tallas: 32 a 38.
Especial 3.50
MEDIAS SCHIAPARELLI
En 8 Colores Nuevos. ,
Tallas: 8 al l0'/2. 66 hilos.
Especial 2.25
Slacks gabardina '
Negro. Azul y Verde
Tallas: 24 a 30.
Especial 5.25
VESTIDOS DE BAO
JAWTZEN 1951
Tallas: 32 al 40.
Rojo, Nesro, Azul, Aqua
y Amarillo.
10.95 o 17.95
MAGNOLIA BLANCA
Heleno Rubinstein
Colonia 1.50 y 2.35
POLVOS DE SEDA
Helena Rubinstein
Rachel Peachbloon
Mauresque.
Especial 1.10
COMPRE AHORA
NUEVO SURT
acabado de recibir .
PIJAMAS
Algodn Seda y Rayn
en todos los tamaos,
de Lechuguilla
manga y piernas cortas.
CAMISETAS ... .60c.
CALZONCILLOS
de poplin fino .80c.
MEDIAS.....50c
(HAMBONNti y QUINTA AVENIDA
CARTERAS
"Hichok"
seleccionado surtido.
CORREAS
"Jflcfcfc"
con o sin Hebillas.
GUAYABERAS de manga corta 2.50
y manga larga .... 2.75
La CAMISA Perfecta en calidad y
confeccin...............a 3.50
BAZAR FRANCES
HEURTEMATTE Y CU.
Plaza de Santa Ana
normalmente necesitan im-
portar, sea mantenido cuando
termine ese periodo y Amri-
ca Latina pueda por "re-llbe-
racln" del mercado mundial,
resbastecerse como honesta y
equitativamente lo necesita.
En suma, la proposicin no
poda ser ms clara y justa.
Consiste en lo siguiente: si
hoy les doy 1000 kilos de tai
producto por 100 dlares, con
los cuales a'los precios actua-
les o valor adquisitivo del
dlar en la actualidad yo
podra adquirir 1000 kilos de
acero (porque esos 1000 kilos
de acero valen tambin 100
dlares en la fecha), quiero
tener la seguridad, visto que
hoy no me pueden entregar
ese acero al precio del da
porque se sostiene que se ne-
cesita para la defensa, que
en cuanto termine ese periodo
de emergencia y se vuelva al
comercio libre, por los 100 do-
lares que hoy acepto por las
mercaderas basteas que les
suministro y que dejar en
caja sin utilizarlos y sin co-
brarles Intereses ustedes me
Rarantizan la entrega de los
1000 kilos de acero que yo es-
tarla en derecho de exigirles
hoy, por-esos 100 dlares, a
los precios presentes, o valor
adquisitivo presente de su d-
lar. Nada ms justo, visto lo
que ocurri durante la segun-
da guerra mundial.
Amrica Latina, en efecto,
suministr todo lo que pudo
a los precios mundiales topes
fijados, en base a los de pre-
guerra, por los ingleses y los
estadounidenses, en nombre
de los aliados. En los Estados
Unidos por ejemplo, una ofi-
cina especial la OPA.
creada en abril de 1941, fij
todos los precios .de ese en-
tonces, los que mantuvo hasta
junio de 1940. Amrica Latina
entreg, pues, sus exportacio-
nes sobre esa lnea de precios,
y como no poda importar lo
que necesitaba fue acumulan-
dems aliados durante la con-
tienda, sin hablar de los In-
tereses perdidos. Es decir una
prdida de algo ms de 2000
millones de dolares",
Fue precisamente eso lo que
los delegados de Amrica La-
tina trataron de evitar ed
cuanto empez la conferencia,
posicin justa que defendi
notablemente el delegado ar-
gentino Dr. Caflero, y recha
zaron de plano los estadouni-
denses.
Visto lo que antecede, es di-
fcil que alguien pueda negar
lo justo de esa peticin, sien-
do por eso que. como nosotros
lo hicimos editorial mente en
nuestra edicin anterior, to-
dos los rganos de prensa lo-
cales defendieron la posicin
latinoamericana.
Hubo, sin embargo, un pe-
ridico que discrep, el sema-
nario britnico "The Times o
Argentina". En efecto escribi
el siguiente pi /.afo final a su
comentario en castellano del
23 de Julio prximo pasado:
"8in duda, se llegara final-
mente a alguna transaccin,
pero seria absurdo que las na-
ciones latinoamericanas pre-
tendan cosechar todos los be-
neficios de la emergencia en
cuanto a la fuerte alza de los
productos, rehusando a acep-
tar ninguno de los riesgos
subsidiarlos..."
Tiene' muy poca razn y
memoria el "The Times of
Argentina". Que tome nuestra
edicin del 20 de julio de 1950
y hallar bajo la pluma del
Sr. Clemente Rodolausse, muy
buenos antecedentes comple-
mentarlos. Los de la Cmara
de Comercio Britnico local,
que protestaba por el aumen-
to del carbn de Cardiff de S3
chelines a meses despus de empezar la
guerra en 19S9, y semanas
despus de asegurar los ingle-
ses nuestras carnes a los mis-
mos precios que antes... Los
HUC ICCC3UUU LUC aCUniUiail- "tv f.^v.v IjUC biiics... LS
do un total de 4.300 millones de 'a misma Cmara que con-
de dlares de crditos, con signaba alarmada, en enero
ios cuales naturalmente, ten- de 1M2. Que mientras los pre-
dra que hacer la reposicin 5ios Promedios de nuestras
no haba po- exportaciones haban subido
de todo cuanto no haba po-
dido adquirir durante la gue-
rra.
S despus de la guerra, co-
mo honestamente correspon-
da desde el momento que los
norteamericanos mantuvieron
l precio del oro de pre-
guerra de 35 dlares la onza,
hubieran mantenido la OPA,
y todos los dems precios, la
tan solo de 9 por ciento los
de nuestras importaciones ha-
ban aumentado en un 64 por
ciento. Son hechos de esa n-
dole los que se pretende evi-
tar.
Que se nos pidan suminis-
tros gratuitos, si se quiere
pero que no se pretenda en-
., ___._ -v..... ,.w ><> ganarnos. Volveremos por o-
reposicln de posguerra de A- tra parte muy pronto y a fon-
merica Latina se hubiera po- do sobre este tema capital
dldo efectuar equltatlvamen- para la economa de America
te. Es decir, recibiendo, aun- Latina* y la conciencia occi-
que sea tres o cuatro aos dental.
D U wliu "ECONOMA Y FINANZAS", t Bumm AItm.
pWKf*
Panam
Cuito*,
TOS
GRIPA5,
C/TARROS
1
EL MEJOR MERCADO EN PANAMA
Colls 15 y Avenido Belsono Perros
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IfBO&ATORIOS
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VIERNES, AGOSTO 17, 1951
No Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR Ect.
Que La Ruta Al Departamento De Los CLASIFICADOS DEL P
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
12 palabras.
3c por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. TivoM No. 4
Tfi. :-ti
KIOSKO DE I.KSSKPS
Parque de I.eueps
rnm.
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 de Julio
Tel -S44I
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave Melendez I0O.11
Tel. 255Colon.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 Otate No. S5.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle "II No. S7. Pimm
Ave. Central 12-17Col.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE- NECESITA:Empleado.pora que-
haceres de casa. Lavado y plan-
chado. Dos personas solamente.
Tiene que dormir en el empleo y
traer recomendaciones. Acuda a
Prop-ganda S. A.. Calle 16 Este
No. 2.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo pora ofi-
cios domsticos. Debe lener refe-
rencias y dormir en la ca>a. 112,
Via Espaa.
SE VENDE
Miscelnea
SI VENDEN:Cloro., tub.no neora,
cara acanalad"*. FU-Tai I cartn
onlador para cialea rotea) modt-
rai, lavamanos, cxcuiadoi. are. o
loi procioi mil bajel an ploia.
AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via Espa-
a, lleoondo o Juan Franca. Tol.
3-15Q!.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
SE NECESITAEmpleado con ex-
perieniio para cocinar, tiene que
dormir en trobajo. Buen sueldo.
Acuda colle 44 No. 37 Apto. "O".
SE VENDE: Piano nuevo, motivo
vioje. mayor informacin llame
Tel. 3-3482
SE VENCE: Mquina elctrica de
coser en perfectas condiciones en
B.50.00. Avenido Federico Boyd
No. 1. Apto. 1.
SE NECESITAEmpleada competen-
te y con buenos referencias, debe
dormir en el trabajo. Poro in-
formes ^irjoie o Ave. Cuba No.
58. Apto. No. 7 ______(
K NECESITA Lovandera-plancha-
dora. Pogo mensual. San Fron- j
c-;o de la Coleto. Telfono 3- .
2541.
SE VENDE:Plonta elctrico "0-
nan" de cinco. K. W. en perfectas
condiciones. Ocurro Julio Anzola.
S. A. Ave. Norte 38 Tel. 2-3206
SE NECESITA: Empleada para ofi-;
cos domsiccs. que duermo en el.
emplee. Colle 52 No. 5, qporto-
mento I.
SE VENDE:Sierro S.n Fin de 16"
marca Walker-Turner. motor '2
H. P. 60 Ciclos. Muy poco uso,
esta como nuevo. Precio barato.
Telfono 4-339 y 4-279, Zono
del Canal.
CA. DE LEFEVRE Tel. 2-3332
VENDE LOTES
Papo inicial minima 1.100.00
Mensual 1.15.00
Lotes con Calle, y Acueductos de
la Ciudad desde B 1.00 el metro.
Alquilamos equipo pesado poro
me vi miento de tierra.
Alquilan cl, lotes o largos plazos.
Club de lotes. B.3.00 y B.4.00
semonales.
SE VENCE:Motivo de vioje, cha-
le! de 3 recmaraj. 2 bonos, cuar-
to empleada. porche adelante y
tris, gorage. 600 M*. En Peno-
nom. Entenderse con Coctor Men-
dieta.
SE VENDE:
Lote de 730 M* en "El Congrejo".
Sector poblado y cerco a Via Es-
paa. Oportunidad. B.5,500.00.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-32312-1215
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento fresco,
muy cntrico, dos recmaras, salo,
comedor .balcn, Ave. Per, es-
quina 36 Esto No. 1 1.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Rio
Abajo No. 2192 "Edificio San Jo-
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento, 2 re-
cmaras, sala-comedor B.65.00,
llave Ave. Cuba No. 85.-Telfo-
no 3-0841.
SE VENDE; Reotcurante "Caf Dio
y Noche" calle 25 Este No. 1,
paro informes en el mismo restau-
rante.
CEDO:Apartamento quien compre:
juego comedor y otros muebles. '
Muy baratos. Tivoli Rochet 14,!
apartamento 13.
SE ALQUILA;Apartamento de 3|
cuartos, con servicios independien- I
tes. Avenida Cent-ol No. 125, Tel.
2-3491.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento inde-
pendiente, moderno, de una rec-
mara. Via Belisario Porras 168.
Mantenemos una venta de
Ranga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a los
ms bajos orelos
Por qu no anorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279.
Tel 3-0140.
SE NECESITA:Empleada poro sr-
velos domsticos, que duerma en
lugar del empleo. Familia peque-
a de tres personas. Son Fron-
ei'co de lo Coleto. Ave. 2a. No.
II. cirg;nal cantino "El Ranch:
Grande".
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
VENDO:Barato, refrigeradoras 25
O 60 ciclos, sof, oporoder y olrcs
artculos. Calle 4 'z cosa nmero
2.0-A. Nuevo Cristobal.
SE VENDE -.Barato, camas, mesitos
chinas. refrigeradora. espejos y
orticulos de coso. Calle 45 No. 19.
SE VENDE Fngidoire de 25 o 60
ciclos. 14 pies cbicos, todo por-
celeno. Lime Balboa 2-2663.
SE VENDE: Por no tener espacio
donde tenerla. Refrigeradora de
porcelano, 9 pies, en perfecto es-
tado. Via Belisario Porros No.
129, Tel. 3-2577.______________
SE VENDE: Por motivo vije. un;
piano Bo'dwtn. cama caoba, ope-
rador, sillos comedor, meso gran-
de cooba con tapa vidrio blanco,
mesitas. plantos. Calle 44 No. 1. i
Apto. "G".
I
SE VENCE:Por falta de espacio, se
venden: una refrigeradora de ex-
hibicin do 8 pies de largo, B.330.
00 y uno refrigeradora Tytor de
6 puertas, toda de porcelana, en
B 300.00. con compresores en per-
fectos condiciones. Calle 8a. Nc.
II. horas de oficina. Ca. Inter-
nacional de Cueros y Pieles.
LA COMPAA DEL CANAL DE
PANAMA OFRECE EN VENTA
EDIFICIOS
Se vende al mejor postor los edifi-
cios Nos. 788. Bolboa. 905-C, 922.
924. 926. 928-C y 930, La Boca;
518, Ancn; 636. Balboa; 536 y
540. Red Tank. Se recibirn pro-
puestas en pliegos cerrados, en la
oficina del Superintendente de Al-
macenes, en Balboa, hasta las 10 y
30 de la moona del 29 de Agosto
de 1951. cuando se han da obnr en
pblko. Se pueden conseguir los for-
mularios para las propuestas, con los
pormenores completos, en los ofi-
cinas del Superintendente de Alma-
cenes. Balboa, y en los de los Admi-
nistradores de Casos en Balboo
Heights y Pedro Miguel.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
Fresco, cmodo y con distinguida ve-
cindad, es el chalet de 3 recma-
ras. 2 baos, agua caliente, etc..
situado sobre lote de 800 M2 en
Bella Vista. Calle 47. No. 19. Su
precio es realmente halagador. Pa-
ro cita de inspeccin llame al 2-
2388 Wolff y Cia. Colle 5o..
No. 22._________________________
SE VENDE:Directamentee, sin in-
termediario, espaciosa y elegante
residencia de 4 recmaros, 2 ser-
vicios sanitarios, 2 porches, sala,
comedor, cocina, pantry, poto in-
terno de mosaicos, corredores,
cuarto de empleada con su servi-
cio, lavaderos y garoge. Terreno
500 M2 en esquina, frente ol Co-
legio Mara Inmaculada, cerca de
comisariatos, botica, iglesia, hos-
pitales, parada de buses. Ultimo
precio B.30.000. Tiene hipoteca
de B. I 0.000. Avenida Justo Aro-
semena No 79 y Calle 41. Soli-
cite informes en la misma caso.
SE ALQUILA:Moderno apartamen-
to de dos recmaros, solo-come-
dor, garage, etc. por B.90.00 en
los altos de la caso No. 15 de la
calle la. Perejil y otro en los be-,
jos de lo mismo casa de una rec-
mara poi B.60.00. Ocurro o Qui-
ono. Calle 8a. No. I5. ]
SE ALQUILA
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblado
para hombre solamente. Colle Co-
lombia Nc. 8. aportomento 5. Te-
lfono 3-0338.
Cocales
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina
Arriba del Teatro Central.
SE ALQUILANCuortos amoblados.
casa higinica, en el mejor sitio
de la ciudad. Con alimentacin o
sin ella. Calle 9o. No 9. Pensin
Istmea.
CLNICA, equipado, oltos Formado j
Sclr-.zer. calle l Oeste No. 28 !
Prnam.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto hombre res-
ponsable, casa 3, primer piso, al-
to. Plazo Lotera. B. Dioz.
SE ALQUILA:
Lccal para oficna o negocio y apar-
tamento de des recmaras en el
Edificio Costilla del Oro. ol lade
del hotel El Panpm.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231 2-1215
SE ALQUILA
Casa
SE COMPRA
COMPRO Raicilla, lecha de nspero
o baloto. Papa loi mojoroi precios '
do* plow. Osmond L. Maduro. Ca-
llo I. No. 11 Apartado 277. Pa-
nam.
SE COMPRAMotor Diesel en cuol-
qer condicin, cualquier ceb-
lo-de fuerza de 45 o 120 2-2367
Z$na del Canal, despus 4 p. m. '
Sf COMPRA:Un camn de estacas
de dos fondeos del ee 1946 o
194" que est en buenos condi-
cionas, preferible morca Ford.
Llme el telfono 2-2040 ee (
o J.
SE VENDE:Propiedod de 16.520
metros cuadrados en la carretera
Transstmico. 7 millas de lo ciu-
dad, lo loma que quedo exacta-
mente ol frente de la Escuela A-
grcolo (Colonia Infantil* del Club
He Leones; tiene ms de 350 r-
boles frutales en produccin, pozo
artesano con su respectivo motor
que mando el aguo a una Noria de
Concreto de 1,650 pies cbicos,
uno cosa, un gallinero, etc. L'ame
de 8 o 10 a. m. y de 3 a 6 p
m. ol telfono No. 2-2244 pre-
gunte por el Sr. Jimmy Mondaro-
kas
SE ALQUILA:Moderno apartamen-
to de dos recmaras, sola-come-
dor. cuarto de empleoda y garage,
en los altos de la caso No. 38 de
lo calle 51 Este. B.85.00 mensua-
les. Ocurra a Quijano. Calle 8o. i
No. 15.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, amoblado, '-ala-comedor, rec-
maro, estufa y refrigeradora. Edi-
ficio "Nuevo Tivoli" calle Roch
# 14, Apto. 3-B. esquina Aveni-
do Tivoli. Precio $85.00. Verlo de
de 2 a 6. Telfono 2-2605.
SE NECESITA
General
CAL AMERICANA
CERMICA
BLANCA AMERICANA
CEMENTO BLANCO
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 v 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender mas'*
SE NECEJITA:Seorita secretario
en ingles y espaol, sueldo modes-
to. Avenido B No. 61.
SE NECESITACuatro jvenes d*.
ambos sexos con experiencia era !
propaganda. American Protection*
Ave. CentraJ 47 No. 23 en Pana-
m, colle 6o y Ave. Bolboa, Are-
no de Coln.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle II Gata No. Tel. Z-ZC
SE NECESITA:Dependiente o de-
pendienta de bueno presencia que
tenga experiencia y que noble in-
gls y espaol. Intil presentarse
sin recomendacin. Presntese de
2 p. m. o 6 p. m. solamente. La
Ponsin. Ave. Centrol 1 1 3.
SE ALQUILA:Coso en Posndena
calle Jos de Fbrego No. 9. dos
recmaras, sala. comedor, serv- '
c.os modernos. B.60.00. Tel. 2-
1488 3-2030.
SE VENDE
Holt-, v Motor**
SE VENDEPlonto elctrica, como
nueva, go^olino. se puede usar
kerosene. 2.500 watts. 60 cicl-s,
I 15 volt*:, vento, barata. Telfo-
no 4-339 y 4-279. Zona del Ca-
nal.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE: Camn Studeb~er
nuevo a precio costo, I Vi tone-
lado Tropical Motors.
SE VENCE:Buick Sedon 4 puertas,
1937, excelentes condiciones. B.
180.00. 321-B, Culebra Road, An-
cn.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet grande, tres
recamar.s. porch, cocina. Pantry,
solo comedor, cuarto y servicio pa-
ra emplsada. jordin grande. Calle-}
9o. Paitilla. Novedades Horari.
Central 72.
MISCELNEA
BERNARDO, Soln de Belleza, edi-
ficio Castillo del Ore, al lodo Ho-
tel" El Panam Telfono 3-4740.
SE ALQUILA:
I'n apartamento de dos piezas
en la Calle 17 Oeste No. 41
Bajos. Acuda al apartamento
bajo para cualquier informe.
SE ALQUILAChalet de dos rec-
moras en la interseccin de lo
Carretero de Pueblo Nuevo y la Ca-
rretera Boyd-Roosevelt, cosa 4036.
por B.70.00. Ocurro o Quijono,
Colle 8o. No. 15.
SE ALQUILACoso en Los Cumbres.
3 recmoras. 2 baos, cuarto y
bao paro empleado. Jardn gran-
de y potic. refrigeradora nuevo,
estufo v congelador, aguo colien-
te. algunos muebles. B.II5C0. j
Llame Curundq 83-2165.
CARION
PARA CIELORASOS
"Simpson Board"
4*x8* B 1.92 hoja
'-10" 2.40 "
4x
2.88
4'xl2'
EL GUILA
Calla "M" Final
Tel. 2-2121
SE ALQUILAChalet recin cons-'
truide. consto de dos recmaros. I
salo, .comedor, cocina, lovandera,
garege. dos porches y dos servicios
sanitarios. Urbanizacin el S. A.
S.. corretera San Froncisca. Para
informes llamar telfono 3-1 554.
SE ALQUILA:Casa residencial am-
plia y fresco con jardn. 3 recma-
ras, solo, conjedor. oficino, gora-
ge, cuarto para empleada, patio
gronde. A dos cuodros de Crr.to
Rey. del Hospitol Sonto Toms y
de la escuela Mario Inmoculada.
Avenida Cuba No 73. Informes
Miguel Hives, telfono 3-2145 y
2-9I59.
pnturas
Consltenos para mostrar-
le las mejores Pinturas, va-
riados :olores y durabilidad
Infinita Tenemos preciosos
colores especiales para el
interior de su hogar.
Ave. Norte Nc. S3 Tel. 2-0610
Calle Martin Sosa No. I
Tel. 3-1424
SE VENDE:Cerro Cadillac 48 en
perfectas condiciones, Horre te-
lfono 3-218* 2-1075.
Felpa Mineralizada
Roja y Verde
Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 lbs
Clavos de Zinc
Balanzas 'Detecto'
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. *8
SE VENDE:Camioneta Ford 1949 |
en excelente condicin, Tropical I
Motors.
SE VENCE:Dos llantas nuevos, 750
x 16" ocho lonas, marca U. S.
Royol. sirve pora auto-bus y Co-
mondo. Precio regalado. Veo Sr.
Young. Tropical Motors. Avenido
Nacional No. 31.
SE VENDE:Camioneta Hulmn, 4,-
800 millos corridos. En perfectas
condiciones. Llame 2-2040 Ponce
de 8:00 l:00 P. M.
SE VENDE. Carre Dodge, diez
osientos. to.iibin Studebaker, 4
puertas. Informon telfono 2-
324 I.
SE VENDE:Corro Buick- sedan, 4
puertos modelo 1947. color negro
llantas nuevos, costado blanco, co-
mo nuevo, radio, cubre asientes
Llame telfonos 3-3338 2-
5102 y 3-1310. Sr. Boyd.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: I GMC
5 tonelodas. modelo 1947. exce-
lentes condiciones; I GMC 2 1-2
toneladas, tipo armado. 10 rue-
dos, modele 1942; Internado-
not. 2 1-2 toneladas modelo 1947
chassis largo; I Internacional 2
1-2 tonelodas. modelo 1947 chas-
sis corte I Mack, 5 tonelados.
modelo 1947. excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitor Informes llamondo
al telfono 2-0610
PERSIANAS MOVIBLES
de MIAMI en vidrio,
madera o aluminio.
Rieles de abrir
v cerrar para
Cortinajes. '
Cortina
Plstica
transparente
oara vitrinas.
La nueva
PERSIANA
VENECIANA
COWES
a precios
bien bajos.
R. A. COWES y Ca.
Tel. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 7
La oferta de paz de Rusia
se califica de una comedia
Se vislumbra la
"ajustes" en sus demandas pr<-
ra el establecimiento de la zo-
na a lo largo del Paralelo 3b.
Por su parte, el General Ma-
tthew B. Rldgway advirti a (os
comunistas que si las conversa-
ciones fracasan por la localice-
cin de la linea para el cec ta
fuego "el presagio de una gue-
rra en gran escala caer soore
los hombros comunistas".
El boletn expedido por Rldg-
way sugiere que es posible uue
los comunistas estn usando la
bandera de tegua como una
mampara para reforzar sus t.'o-
paa en el frente.
Por su parte, los comunUtas
rechazaron la oferta de las Na-
ciones Unidas de garantizar la
inmunidad dlos vehculos de la
conferencia comunista siempre
y cuando que los rojos se ajus-
taran al itinerario y 'se movili-
zaran durante el dia.
Programa
Estado actual y gravedad o
peligro de la fiebre aftosa en
las Americas.
4 p.m. El Centro Paname-
ricano de Fiebre Aftosa.
, Mircoles 22 de agosto:
8 a.m. Tercera Sesin Ple-
na ria.
Reglamentos de. Cuarentena.
10.30 a.m. Procedimientos
de Diagnstico.
4 p.m. Reunin de la Co-
misin de Redaccin.
Jueves 23 de agosto:
8.30 a.m. Cuarta Sesin
Plenarla.
Mtodos modernos para com-
batir un brote.
10.30 a.m. Accin coopera-
tiva entre pases para la pre-
vencin y control.
4 p.m. Reunin de la Co-
misin de Redaccin.
Viernes 24 de agosto:
6 p.m. Sesin de clausura.
RENDIR A CHIBAS ..........
aula mxima de la Universidad
Nacional. Todas las estaciones
de radio en el pas suspendieron
sus transmisiones comerciales y
trasmiten solamente programa:,
de msica sacra. Las estacione;
de televisin suspendieron com-
pletamente sus transmisiones i
en todos los edificios pblicos
se Iz la bandera cubana a me-
dia asta.
II nico Incidente registrado
hasta ahora ocurri cuando la
polica tuvo que proteger al Mi-
nistro sin Cartera. Primitivo
Rodrguez, aue visit la Univer-
sidad. La Polica acompa a
Rodrguez hasta la salida de la
Universidad, debido a la acti-
tud hostil denlos partidarios de
Chibas.
Argentina nombra
tor de la Marina Mercante,: tpri
Hugo Rodulfo, Agregado Obrero
de la Embajada Argentina- en
Panam: don Jess Pablo A-
rias, representante de la Cun-
ederacln General de Trabaja-
dores de Argentina: don Duro
Baamondey, don Pedro A. Gal-
liano v don Adolfo P. Lacu.
La delegacin saldr maar.3
a primeras horas por la va a-
rea hacia Panam.
Elida Wong
Para Suplentes:
Olivia Lay 2452 "
Hercilia O. Montilla 2251 "
Amalla de Chiarl 2318 "
Beatriz Rodrguez 517
Marquesa de Osplna 165 "
Ernesto Gutirrez 413 "
Joaqun Perelra 183 "
PARTES y ACCESORIOS
CENUI NOS
PARA
Jeeps
CIA. CYRNOS, S.A.
Tel. 2-1790
Presupuestos de
PINTURA
VICTOR PEJIN
Caao Mil Ave. Central
Coarto II Tel :-267.'
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Negra
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FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tobos 4" Sencillos... .4.00
Tubos 4'' Dobles......4.40
Tubos 2" Sencillos... 2.60
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.80
Tees 4x4..........z.H
Vees 2*2.:........1.00
Codos lit........75
etc.. etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera Pasadena
EDUARDO ARENALES
Radio Panamericana
Rifles de Baln
Marca "Daisy99 .
desde 2.95
for Marilyn Mereer
(N.A.W.A.)
NEW YORK, agosto 17 (EPSI
En el tercer aniversario de
u atrevida fuga del consulado
genera] ruso en esta ciudad,
donde se la retenia como pri-
sionera, la Sra. Oksana Kasen-
kina se mostr vehemente al
denunciar la Insinuacin de
"paz" hecha por los rusos re-
cientemente.
tNo significa nada", dijo,
"absolutamente nada. Es una
comedia.
"Nunca podr haber paz",
continu diciendo, "entre el
mundo comunista y el mundo
libre. An cuando se logre la
paz en la Corea, la misma no
durar. El respaldo brindado
por los rusos a la cuestin de
la tregua en la Corea tiene
unicamenee el propsito de con-
servar sus fuerzas para lanzar
un ataque en otro sitio".
Sin embargo, predijo que Sta-
lin tropezara con dificultades
con sus aliados chinos. "Stalin
quiere demasiado", dijo ella.
"Ya vern ustedes. Mao Tse-
tung se convertir en otro
Tito"
La Sra. Kasenkina ocup dra-
mticamente la primera p.ana
de los diarios el 12 de Agosto
de 1948. cuando salt desde una
ventana del tercer piso en el
consulado general ruso en Nue-
va York, prefiriendo la muerte
antes de regresar a Rusia.
Habiendo sido admitida como
maestra de los hijos de los di-
plomticos y deseando perma-
necer en los Estados Unidos,
trato de refugiarse en la finca
de una amiga suya, la condesa
Tolstoy. El cnsul general ruso.
Jacob M. Lomakin, fu tras ella
y. segn dijo su abogado en
aquella poca, la amenaz con
aplicarle la. ley rusa que dis-
pone la pena de muerte para
los funcionarios oue se nieguen
a regresar a la U.R.S.S.
La Sra. Kasenkina regres
con Lomakin ai consulado ge-
neral, donde fu encerrada In-
mediatamente. Su alto por la
ventana fu un gesto ltimo v
desesperado despus que sus
amigos fracasaron en su em-
"fn<\ de que se la pusiera en
libertad por medios legales.
NUEVOi TEMBLOR
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, agos-
to 17 (AFP). -Un nuevo tem-
,2r ,de tlerra de clrt inten-
sidad se sinti esta madrugada
en la zona de Coquimbo y La
Serena. Este es el segundo re-
mezn de importancia que se
?}? en los ul"mos das, Han
,ld0 otro' de menor inten-
sidad y ruidos subterrneos.
SIETE
ramo de agricultura vocacionals
y la seora Flora Friend, ex-
perta en administracin del ho*
gar, quien tendr a su cargo el
desarrollo de un programa, d
economa domstica.
El doctor Bartholomew, quien
lleg en compaa de su espo-
sa hace diez das, ha venido, la
mismo que los siete tcnico
antes mencionados, en cumpli-
miento de un contrato comple-
mentario entre la Universidad
de Arkansas, la adminlstraci:i
de la Cooperacin Tcnica y el
Departamento de Agricultura do
la Universidad de Arkansas 0-
1 ientar el nuevo acuerdoda
cooperacin agrcola.
El doctor Bartholomew tendr
a su cargo la direccin de es-
tas labores, las cuales tendrn
su asiento principal en el Ins-
tituto Nacional de Agricultuia
en Divisa, situado en el cen-
tro de una rica regln agrcola.
El objeto de estas labores sc:
el mejoramiento y expansin re
1 la agricultura panamea, cu1
la esperanza de que este pail
legue a abastecer en su totr-
| Helad o casi en su totalidad con
| su produccin agrcola y pecur-
i ra. Uno o ms panameos se-
; rn designados para los cargos
tcnicos que temporalmente c-
1 cupan los miembros de la m -
' sion y sus responsabilidades se-
i rn traspasadas a los tcnicos
I Damenos que se estn ade
trando para ello, tan pronto co-
mo estn en condiciones de a-
' sumir este trabajo especiali-
zado. -
El seor Walton P. Sellers;
quien durante varios aos r>a
sido Jefe de la Misin Agrco-
la de los Estados Unidos en
Panam, continuar en su c.-
! rcter de asesor del Ministerio
|de Agricultura y Comercio, v
en el futuro prestar servicios
' adicionales como consejero ef-
: pedal del grupo de la Unlver-
I sidad de Arkansas. El acuerdo
firmado el 30 de Julio es en
realidad una ampliacin de la
obra que desde 1947 se ha ve-
|nldo llevando a cabo entre Pa-
nam y los Estados Unidos en
! el ramo de agricultura, y la
cual ha estado desde princ -
pos de 1948 balo la dlrecclil
del seor Sellers.
Gozarn de
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
____
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
TeL 3-150*
eados en este caso es la de
prisin y de conformidad con
nuestras leyes vigentes los acu-
sados de delitos cuya pena sea
ae prisin en caso de condena
tienen derecho a excarcelacin,
sea cual fuere el tiempo de
esa prisin".
"Cuando se trata de infrac-
ciones contenidas en los Titu-
Swi1 yD IV, del Ubro del
Cdigo Penal cualquiera que sea
la pena sealada no son ex-
carcelaWes antes de tres me-
ses de encontrarse detenidas las
personas complicadas, segn lo
establece el artculo 2 de la Ley
8 de 1940. que reforma el ar-
ticu o 2,100 del Cdigo Judi-
cial .
En relacen con la solicitud
2* anz de excarcelacin pe-
dida por el seor Teodoro Brin
el Juez Burgos "niega ese be-
neficio a Teodoro Brin por no
tener tres meses de estar pri-
vado de libertad por los hechos
a que se'refieren estas diligen-
cias".
1 El Juez Burgos Inform a "El
Panama Amrica" que un re-
presentante de 'a ex-Ministro
I de Trabajo, Previsin Social y
Salud Pblica, doa Mara 8an-
todomingo de Miranda, haba
constituido en el Juzgado la
fianza sealada y se haba In-
mediatamente girado boleta de
libertad a su favor. La seora
de Miranda se encuentra re-
cluida desde el dia 11 de los
corrientes en el Hospital Ma-
nuel Amador Guerrero de Co-
lon padeciendo de una afec-
cin de la vista. El Juez Bur-
K03 dijo que los seores Jorge
Rubn Rosas y Guillermo Ro-
drigue/ Gallito, haban tam-
bin depositado la fianza de
B. 1.000.00' y se hablan girado
en favor de esos caballeros
boletas de libertad. En rela-
cin con estos seores el Co-
mandante J. A. Remn declar
a "Fl Panam Amrica" que s-
lo el seor Jorge Rubn Rosas
poda gozar del beneficio de
excarcelacin y se haba orde-
nado su libertad. En cuanto al
seor Rodrguez, el Comandan-
te dijo que ste se encontraba
a rdenes del Fiscal J. M. Vz-
quez Daz, quien haba solici-
tado que se le mantuviera de-
tenido sindicado en las suma-
rlas que adelanta como resul-
tad de los hechos de sangre
el 10 de mayo.
El Fiscal Segundo del Circui-
to don Daro Sandoval, decla-
r esta maana a un represen-
tante de "El Panam Amrica"
que al momento de ser notifi-
cado de la resolucin del Juez
Burgos se allanara, renuncian-
do al recurso de apelacin, por-
que consideraba correcta la ca-
lificacin provisional de las su-
marlas hechas por el Juez Bur-
gos.
En el momento de cerrar pla-
nas este diario, se nos inform
que el ex-Mlnlstro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores doctor Carlos N.
Brin se preparaba a solicitar
al Juez Cuarto la fijacin de la
fianza respectiva para gozar del
beneficio de la excarcelacin
provisional.
NO SE CREE QUE HAYA
de Enero de 1942, en Ro de Ja-
neiro, un protocolo que enton-
ces creyse que resolvera deli-
ctivamente el problema.
En el protocolo se sealaron
unos ocho puntos geogrficos
que juntos formaban la fronte-
ra convenida. La linea fronte-
riza representaba poco ms o
menos un "status' quo" en U
1 orina que existia en aquella
lecha.
Los 2 pases acordaron con-
juntamente una linea dlflnitiv*
que uniera 18 puntos mencio-
nados. Se design a la Argent.-
na, Brasil, Chile y Estados Uni-
dos como potencias garantes
encargadas de ayudar en la la-
bor tcnica de demarcacin.
Durante los ltimos nueve
aos, Ingenieros peruanos *
ecuatorianos lograron demarcar
el noventa por ciento de esa
frontera que se extiende por al-
rededor de 1500 kilmetros. Sin
: embargo los/ ingenieros de am-
bos pases no pudieron llegar a
\ un acuerdo sobre el resto de la
j frontera que se extiende por la
: cordillera del Cndor. -
Esta semana ambos pases pl-
I dieron a los pases garantes que
actuando como mediadores pa-
ra resolver los problemas sur-
1 gldos. De acuerdo con observa-
ciones neutrales, la clave de ia
actual disputa se encuentra en
la preocupacin de Ecuador por"
: lograr salida navegable al Ama-
zonas a travs del rio Maran.
QUITO. Agosto 17 (UP) -,- A-
.viones de la Fuerza Area 3el
I Ecuador volaron por sobre va-
ras partes del pas regando fx-
jas sueltas con el mensaje crl
Presidente Galo Plazo pidiendo
que "la ciudadana se mantenga
tranquila" por la controvtisia
fronteriza con el Per.
El mensaje deca: "Ecuato-
rianos: La nacin est unida f
vigilante frente a las noticias-
de incidentes fronterizos El
Gobierno considera que debe-
mos esperar confiadamente el
pronto y satisfactorio arreglo el-
la situacin. El Gobierno ha
pedido que una comisin nn.i-
ar internacional visite la fron-
tera tan pronto como sea pos!
ble y contribuya a la restan;a-
cn de la paz y la tranquilidad'.
LIMA. Agosto 17 (UP) Un,'
eminente ecuatoriano que desea
permanecer annimo declaro 4
la Prensa Unida que entre U
colonia ecuatoriana residente
en Urna reina absoluta caima
y que no hay movimlentp alj-
no para regresar al Ecuador o<-
no consecuencia de los inciden-
tes fronterizos.
El Informante dijo que el Pe-
r no ha tomado, que l sepa,
medidas alguna contra los e-
euatorlanos aqu residents. A-
gieg que tampoco han hautio
manifestaciones ni demostracio-
nes en la Embajada, consulado
u otros establecimientos ecuato-
rianos
PARO DE PROFESORES >
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, agos-
to 17. (AFP). El profesorado
de todo el pas decidir esta
noche si realiza un paro na-
cional como protesta por el he-
cho de que el ejecutivo no ha-
ya enviado todava al congre-
so el proyecto de ley sobre la
situacin econmica del pros-
sorado.


VIERNES. AGOSTO 17. 1951
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDRPENDIENTS

'
PAGINA SIETB
SOCIALES DE COLON
Por JUDITH BERTONCIN1
Apartado 432
Apartado 1M4
Cumpleaos de hoy
Hoy celebra su tercer ani-
versario de nacimiento el ni-
lto Tony Stanzlola, hijo del
hogar del seor don Antonio
Stanzlola Emillanl y seora Zita
Obaldia de Stanzlola. Hasta la
ciudad de Panam, en donde
reside el pequeo Tony, le ha-
cemos llegar nuestros saludos.
Baile de la Unin de
Locutores de Coln
La Unin de Locutores de Co-
ln tiene maana sbado en
el Jardn Monaco de 8 p.m.
5 a.m., un regio baile de inau-
guracin amenizado por la or-
questa Nueva Ideal, con sus
cantantes Humberto Mler, Luis
Alarcn y Jos Slater. La cuo-
ta para caballeros es solamen-
te de B. 1.35 para caballeros.
Todas estn cordialmente Invi-
tados.
Cumpleaos de maana
En medio del aprecio y esti-
ma de los suyos, celebra ma-
ana la grata fecha de su
cumpleaos la culta seora do-
a Josefina Barrera de Garca.
Sea ello motivo para enviarle
un carioso saludo de felicita-
cin y formulamos votos por
su creciente dicha y ventura
personal.'
Cumple aos maana sbado
la seora doa Violeta de Mn-
i/r CC&tCCL** encantarn estos sabrosos pudines!
Son econmicos v rr.uy fciles de hacer 1
iHuaoZI
S les agrega lache, sa cocinan
unos 5 minutos. (Eso as todol
Hala
Scotch Whisky

1
7 El Whisky ms fino
que se embotella
...de maquillaje
perfecto!
Polvos, compactos, colo-
retes y lpices labiales.
OittnbuidorM
Enckjsvoov
Distribuidor: Jos Santander Alvarado & Ca., Ltda.
Calle 16 Este, Central No. 6
Regresa a EL UU.
el representante
Thomas S. Gordon
El Congresista Thomas S.
Gordon, del Estado de Illinois,
miembro de la Comisin de Re-
laciones Exteriores de la C-
mara de Representantes de los
Estados Unidos, regresar a
Washington en el curso de la
Sresente semana, despus de
aber pasado varios das en
Panam.
Esta visita, que es la segun-
da que el Representante Gordon
hace a la Repblica de Pana-
m, es indicativa de su inters
en lo que hace a las relaciones
entre Panam y loa Estados U-
nidos. Durante la semana, el.
distinguido legislador hizo una
visita al Ministro de Relaciones
Exteriores, licenciado Ignacio
Molino.
El Representante Gordon y su
esposa e hija, quienes lo acom-
paan en este viaje, fueron
huspedes del Embajador de los
Estados Unidos, seor John C.
Wiley y la seora de Wiley, en
la residencia de la Embajada
en La Cresta._________________
dez, esposa del Honorable Di-
putado don Moiss Mndez, por
tal motivo nos es grato enviarle
nuestras alnceras felicitaciones.
Nuestras anticipadas felicita-
ciones hacemos llegar a la se-
ora doa Elena de Guardia
en el da de sus natales que
festeja maana sbado.
Misa cantada
Para conmemorar el sexto a-
nlversario de la fundacin de
la Asociacin Damas de Accin
Catlica, se dir una misa can-
tada el domigo 19 de los co-
rrientes a las 10.30 a.m. en la
Catedral de la Inmaculada Con-
cepcin. Cantar el coro del
Conservatorio Nacional la so-
prano profesora seora Marta
Spool, el bartono profesor se-
or Federico Jimeno y, al r-
gano el profesor Damin Car-
ies.
Cumpleaos de maana
El seor don Rafael E. Aro-
semena celebra maana sus na-
tales. A las muchas felicitacio-
nes que reciba unimos las nues-
tras muy cordiales. El seor
Arosemena siente mucho no en-
contrarse en la ciudad para re-
cibir en su casa a sus amista-
des, ya que se encuentra en el
Interior de la Repblica.
Maana se ver muy felicita-
do por sus numerosos amigos y
familiares, el seor don Er-
nesto Estenoz. Queremos ser los
primeros en felicitarlo.
Despus de cinco
meses de estar
preso es absuelto
Despus de estar detenido por
cinco meses, acusado de come-
ter un robo, fue absuelto del
cargo por la Corte Suprema de
Justicia, el joven Jos Maria
Ros (Chemito).
El joven Ros fue detenido en
abril del presente ao, por de-
nuncio presentado por el seor
Miguel Sastre, propietario de
una fbrica de calzado, de un
robo cometido en su estableci-
miento donde le sustrajeron
mercanca por valor de 1,516
balboas.
De acuerdo con la investiga-
cin Iniciada por autoridades,
se pudo establecer que un tes-
tigo aseguraba que el Joven Ros
fue la persona que se aperson
a su zapatera y le propuso en
venta cierta cantidad de cue-
ros para la confeccin de za-
patos, sin embargo, no se pudo
comprobar que fuera la perso-
na que cometi el delito, ne-
gando el acusado todo conoci-
miento del robo.
Mientras se adelantaban las
investigaciones y hasta el mo-
mento que finaliz el proceso,
el Joven Ros permaneci en la
crcel a rdenes de las auto-
ridades competentes.
Nuestras congratulaciones ha-
cemos llegar por este medio al
seor don Nicols V. Joly en el
da de su cumpleaos que ce-
lebra maana sbado.
Queremos ser los primeros en
felicitar al seor don Rafael
Diaz por sumar en el da de
maana un ao ms de vida.
Que lo pase muy contento son
nuestros mejores deseos.
Tambin suma maana un
ao ms de vida el seor don
Francisco Leone. Plcenos feli-
citarlo con tal motivo.
Celebra maana su segundo
aniversario de nacimiento el
niito Rafael Eduardo Vsquez.
Hasta la ciudad de Panam en
donde reside con sus amorosos
padres Dr. Rafael A. Vsquez
y seora Dallla R. de Vsquez,
le hacemos llegar nuestras fe-
licitaciones.
Tambin hasta Panam hace-
mos llegar nuestros cariosos
saludos a la nia Dorlta Faw-
cett, quien en el dia de ma-
ana festeja sus natales en
unin de sus padres y dems
familiares.
Aniversario de matrimonio
En el dia de maana cele-
bran un ao ms de unin ma-
trimonial los esposos seor Ha-
rold Salas y seora Vilma He-
rrera de Salas. Nuestros saludos
con tal motivo,



m

anana

MARIA DEL REY
los cautivar con su encantadora voz de oro
cada noche, excepto Domingo,
a las 8:30 y 11:30 p.m. en el
SALON BELLA VISTA
mo rover charge no minimum

HORA DEL COCKTAIL
Encuentre sus amigos a las 5:30
p.m. todas las tardes en el Bar
Balboa del Ho;cI El Panam... ex-
quisitos canaps, obsequio de la
casa... sus favoritas melodas al r-
gano por Avelina Muoz.
BUFFET de DOMINGO
en El Patio a las 7 p.m.
Sabor los variados y deliciosos
platos del Cher Douthe... al com-
ps de la famosa orquesta de Erwin
Kent, con el vocalista Jeffrey
Carlton.
Si usted pudiera
escoger las hojas
de su ti
Tender
Leaf
TEA
... usted eligira las mas
tiernas, porque estas son
las hojas que dan el ti
de los que conocen...
Otros han hecho para tu
ted esta minuciosa selec-
cin. Pida en las buenas
tiendas "Tender Leaf.
Quiere decir" HofatTIer.
nos"'. Se vende en paque-
te o bolsitas filtrante!.
Irn entreg a Gran Bretaa
un ultimtum de tres puntos
sobre la disputa petrolera
Este ultimtum ha paralizado la discusin de las
propuestas britnicas para reanudar el
envo de petrleo
TEHERAN, Agosto 17 (UP)
Irn le entreg a Oran Bre-
taa un ultimtum de tres
puntos que ha paralizado la
discusin de las propuestas bri-
tnicas para reanudar los en-
vos de petrleo Iranio al occi-
dente.
El Vice-Premler de Irn, Hus-
sein Fateml, dl a la public!-
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
dad las propuestas britnicas y
luego dijo a los periodistas:
"Ellas (los britnicos) tendrn
que aceptar estos tres puntos:
1) Oran Bretaa tendr que
comprar el petrleo a la "Ira-
nian National Oil Company".
2) Irn decidir la cantidad
que pagar como compensacin
ATAQUE
abana tu ufsjrsaadad da loa rii
Lvia orinaras. Alinela con laa Pildora
Becker. Lomo adoloridos, levantada
nocturnas; rdor ca la uretra; tobillo hin-
chado!! cormtnraa reumtica. I a poda
cunaren, ton aintooaa qua deben ear ataca
sa j caaabatldos con lia Pildoraa d Ikcker
a la Anglo-Iranian Oil Com-
pany que ue nacionalizada por
el Gobierno.
3) Los empleados britnicos
debern quedarse en sus pues-
tos en la enorme refinera de
Abadan.
Fatemi dijo que los britni-
cos deben comprender clara!
mente que la delegacin de Irn'
no discutir ningn asunto re-:
--'ni-ido con 'a "nacionaliza-
cin a menos que Oran Bre-
taa acepte los tres puntos.

Usted puede confiar en lo
HARINA SWANS D0WH
...para obtener bizcochos de textura
aterciopelada y riqusimo sabor! Compre
On paquete hoy y pruebe las magnificas
recetas que trae.
'ara Mayor Garanta n la repostera! ^
Cuando d om

JAH, QUE BUENO
y que bueno
para Ud. iambini
Deudosas y fortif cantts
HOJUELAS PE AVENA 3-MlNUTOS
En iodo el mundo los nios prefieren lis
Hojuelas de Avena 3 -M i n utos. Y es asom-
broso lo mucho que a ellos les guata su
sabor. Srvalas y ver.
Luego srvase une,/ tambin un plato
de ten alimenticio cereal. Pruebe lo
bueno que son estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar universalmeate preferido
par* el desayuno.
fetter
GUIA de HOTELES en los ESTADOS UNIDOS
'_ M1W YOM CITY. MtW YOK
HOTEL PICCADILLY. mw. st en
Tira Baara. Carca del Rockefeller Can-
tar, teatro 7 tienda principal. Con-
vcente a todo loa medios de transporte
Jloesl modrno. 000 cnarto. todo coa bs-
aa r radio. Talerllln. Depto. Espaol.
Encienta reetaoranW en el Batel. Cortee
shop para desapaar; para elaauerso, ee-
sslds. cena y Cocktail Hour, al (aaaoeo
piccaduxt cincus renos asa a
ti io da artista eaospclenale._________
THE SUTTON HOTEL, isa m at.
Carca da tas Naatonea Unid Trsn.ullo.
moderno. Cocina excelente, radio, television.
aire acondicionado. Piscina aratl. Sencillos
asede UESS.H. Aptos, daada USII00 Pre-
cios semanales 7 mensuales, espselslee. fle
hatea papasal. Cauto eattonoiel".________
HOTEL GOVERNOR CLINTON,
frente a Pennsylvania Station, aa el co-
razn de la secciones teatrales J compras.
i:00 habitaciones con bao privada, radia.
aaua corriente halada. SERVIDOR. Precios
dssdo St 00 ... 7 rfO extrssl Banplssdos de
habla espaola le atanderin personalmente.
HOTEL BOBEBT FULTON, a w
TI St. Tranejullo. letolllar. Ranos prvenos.
coelnaa. It una persona. dea pereonea.
Aptos, a 1. t 7 S cuartea. Oran descuerno
por saman a mesas. Departamento espa-
ol a carao de Be. Mariana Portoal. Ceble-
reiisr rtnvrosrcL. Tat. Tat s-iooo.
HOTEL EMPIRE, Broedw as s*. a
una cuadra del Parque central, carca da
la quinta Avenada y centra da aeanpree.
Munfica hebltaelonao sanueblaejee. Dee-
11 50 con befl>
RIO AFT. HOTEL, 150 St. Broad.a
cerca del medical center. Ba el cen-
tra de la allanta hispana Aptos, de 1. I
cuartos can comnllla 7 bao privada, una
peame. SI. Osa. Si. Precios essaanelt
eepsclalse. Be habla espaol.________^^
HOTEL BELLECLAEBE, cue n y
li'oidvir a ^ minutos'de laa principal"
tlendaa. teatros. Omnibus a la pusrta. H.bl-
larHets aoa seno privado: 1 persona 11 M-
t se Dea IM Apertaaaentea para S 00,
sen aa aaatnllla SI-I. Hablaaao sspeel.
HOTEL KNICKERBOCKER, no w
45 Bt. entra Ave. da lu Amrica 7 Broad-
arar En el ceraan de Times Sguere.
Rockefeller Canter, tlendaa 7 teatros prla-
clpalss. 400 cuartos eon radio y bao
privada. Televisada eeesanal. Sencillos OS
I so Doblas D8 SS.S0. Permanante. prs-
etc especial. Cafetera. Restaurante 7 Coe-
eall lourasa a en servicio. Be habla aspsf.ei.
HOTEL VANDERBILT, Per Ave a. t
at. L.ssltsad. an at centro de to ciudad.
Cusir ssiasdsiss famosos. Cuartos eon ba-
a 7 radio: sanemos deade t. Dobles desde
S7.S. Taaasaeaapartamlentoapara faanuiu.
Muchos can aira lundMIraaaada.
HOTEL STANDISH HALL asw si
Bt. recomendad por AAA. Junto si Parque
Central, a 10 minutos- d Ttataa'M Aptos,
bellamente asausMados da I. S. I 7 4 cuar-
tos oso ooelna completa, comedor Incluido.
Dasds SST Precios semanalss 7 msnsusls ea-
saslslsa Bacal da r lannjoto es .haul.
HOTEL BRETTON HALL, Broad..,
a M Bt. Bien amueblado. Subterrneo 7 Om-
nibus, al pie del Hotel. Conveniente a laa
Naciones Unidas Cuartos con bafio. una per-
sona, desda CHtl.. 3. DSSS. Tambldn aptos.
coa cocina. Cabla "'Bretona! Mew rork".
HOTELliENEYllUDSN, ssi w. m
St.. aerea de Times Square. Conveniente
para toda terminales, transportas, dlvsr-
slonas. tltflf". Sa. Ava. 1300 cuarto son
bae. Sanemos dsede 14 00. dobtoa deade
1.00. Television. Se hbla espaol.
HOTEL DIXIE, jso w. a st i ho-
tel snia moderno en el distrito da Times
Sanara. Todos cuartos con bafio. ducha,
rada. Sencillos deade 11.50. Dobles asi-
do SIM. lacrtba para reservaciones a
loileto. Spanish American Dspt._________
HOTEL COLUMBIA, Wstst.tnei
coraron de Times Square. Radio Cltr. aa.
Ave. Sencillos SS. Dobles con bafio por se-
mana ESPECIAL S31. oratli. escriba por
dula de Huera Turk. Sa habla espafioL
HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN, na w.
ti St. Cerca del Parque Central, teatros,
vlu da comunicacin 7 comercie es te-
era! Cuartos moderaos eon befle privado.
Apartamiento eon kitchenette, a precio
moderados por dlu, samsnatoa a saensua-
]sa. Atractivo comedor Cocktail Lounco.
Exeatenta cocine 7 personal de habla es-
palo!. Para reeervaelonea Cable: T0ORTB-
BOTB." Hew Tort.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BELPORT HOTEL, JSl rl.. JSt Cen-
tralmente situado. Todos loa euartoa con
bafio. telefono, radio 7 aire acondicionado.
Television. Escriba para reurvaadaaae.
VILLA ^ECTEHOTELasKarne Blvd.
J Calle S. Cntrico. Munfica atenela al
viajero. Ambienta latrno-araerioano
RITZ HOTEL, riuier St. En el eoraada
ds Mlsml. Carca ds lu tiendas orlnclpa-
lea. Se habla espaol. _____
HOTEL DALLAS PARK,ui s t. ira
Bt. A dos madru dt Utrndui j ttMtroa 8ra-
dUM US 15 doblM ft ApRrltua.eiitstt con
codo* J RtTVlcio D8 |l US $14^_______
EL NUEVO CORTE/ rnnu *i
HAMUcloitsM con alr, *condlclondo. |1 f
$5. B*Ao prlr*d0. 6 hbl* ipAnol
HOTEL LEAMINGTON, wm.i.m
fit, cenL-o de Mlml. PrenU ofldn*a Ll-
DMi Areu y Omolbui. &e> h*bl* e*p*Ao).
MIAMI COeLOMAL HOTEL, Buc*ro
Blvd. ft Kl. t Bt., RdJuBU t Unpln. **-
reo ci.iril. Atr ftcondldoDido opcin!.
STRAND HOTEL, B 2nd st. cr
rMt*uraotM UUnoi, ofldn** Uatm m4te%M,
mnibui. Pr*o* reduddot. pcraooRl Irw>1
HOTEL PARAMOUNT, a 8tr*H *
Bwmy^ o" Timm t21
pfjoa: 1000 huipd; *mblenU *trcU-
vo. Cuarto* .odernot t letre*. oon bR-
fto t duch* p*rtlcul*r. radio trratU j
teu* heUd* clfcul*nW 17 Ulerliln
tdiKbiot A eorU d'et*nd* P* to U*-
troi JT UendAa pTlnclptlf*. como ub-
tf-r&n*o J mnibui 6*d 4*1 "Diamond
HontabM" d BiHr Roto B*bit*dones
endllRi desdt U8I3M: doW* towt
U8II.00 Ritiinr.tfi con aira acoRdkclo-
cado. Cbl: "Parot*! WeW Tork".
AUIAMBRAIIOTEI^ i n b. nd at.
So *I miiUo di) Miami. Modcrao y como-
do. Tarti* *p*ll P*r UUno Rmedcanoa.
HOTEL ROBERT.S. mw naticrst. m
ti eoraion to Miami Prado* ratonabl* d*
varano. 150 euartoa cea bao
TUTIUE HOTEL, ius. r thst Mo~
daroo. Apt*, do J y S cu*rtoa en d cora-
zn d M1ml Certa dt laa Ut'.daa
HOTEL SANATORIO. MIAMI. FLA.
MIAMI BATTLE CREEK, Joocanu
PirkwM. Miami fipdnn. El Sanatorio mil
trandt en Miami par rapo y mejora-
miento de tu aalud. Ttdo terrino bajo tu-
pervlaldn medica. Escriba pidiendo Informa.
MIAMI EACH. FLORIDA
FOREST HILLS INN,areat Bills Oar-
dens, LJ.. Sf.T. Ona deliciosa y pintoresca
HSUie de ambiente europeo, carea del ae-
ropuerto, a IS minutos de Hueve Tor por
tren subwar o taal. Nuestro limousine lo
transportara irelullemsnte dssda al aero-
puerto, euartoa espaciosos. steelasaeM rss-
teumntea. slstsnte subaraao. Benellloa des
de M. dobles deade t7. Fare
nee. escriba o telsarsfls
HOTEL CHESTERFIEU), issw^ as
St. Times So. Radio Cltr. Cerca i. tiendas
teatros i esotros de deporte 000 cuartos
oca safio T radia. Talevlaln oaclenel. Sen
cilios oleada 13 SO, dobtoa daada St.S*. rara
folelas a reaarvaclonai. aaertbanca
ST. MORITZ, Oo-the-Par. 0 CenUal
Par South. El UnlCo note! vdtdederamoBU
eoatlnaotal frenU al bello y fresco Paiuue
canteeX Fraeasa: aenclllee asado S. I.
deatae dsade D. B. U. esrlbaoos pidiendo
folleto descriptivo ea espaol Cable BAH-
t-OSUTZ.
Tres Butioi Ho Corazn de N. T.
SAN CARLOS HOTEL, ss a se Bt
En al centro del elefanta East Side, a dea
minutos de la Catedral San Patrele, car-
ee, de las Madonaa Unidas, tlendaa laf an-
tea T clubes Aptos, sspaelosod da 1 1
euartoa oon cocInUla y refrlaeredor. Oron-
dee arsaarloe Precios deade II. haete Si
CENTURY HOTEL m w. a Sa. m
el eorase de Times Sonare 1. plies de
hospitalidad Sencillos t. doblas SI.
BRISTOL HOTEL, isa w. a at a aaa
adra de ludio cit y "oaolenar cantar.
Cordldd esclenle en ossaedor da aire acon-
dicionado Pink Elephant Bar t CoeUII
Lounae. Sencillos t. dobles SI.
Todo lea susrtos ds satos troo htela ua-
asn bado y ducha. TelevUlOn epcaonal. Prs-
eaa "-i apelalea tempanas.
LA NUEVA JOHNINA. rrsnte al mar
71 Bt. a Collins Aira acondicionado Piara
privada. Piscina. Cocktail Lounce Reetaa-
rante S3 o ms por persona, cuarto para 3.
HOTEL CADILLAC, sois coiune Ava
Finns al mar. plava privada Aire acondi-
cionado. Precios reducido en verane
SOVEREIGN HOTEL, aa st frenta al
ooeano Plactna y piara privada Aira asaa-
dlclonsdo. Dobles dasds B SO
WOFFORD BEACH HOTEL, nth r
Ocean Prant aa piara privada en el Oeea
aa. Desda S* redro misa, rente
TWIN MOUNTAIN. N. H.
TWIN MOUNTAIN HOTEL, Tarta
Mountain. H.H a el centro da laa Mon-
tana* Blancas. Excelente eeelue Plan Eu-
ropeo Rodee modlooe Tedae (sellldadae
para unas Inolvidables vacaciones sao des-
canso 7 recreo Platina. Oolf. Tenia. Pen-
ca. Visitas diarlas par autobus a slUos de
nteres. Pelcula y otree recreaciones Pa-
ra Inforaaseldo y raaorvaatonse ascribe a:
OEOROE H1CMOLS. DltasOor-oarenu___
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I ra de Miami, acriba a Jcehue B Pe-
ina, 4S Madlaoa Ave B. T St. T. a
Chamber of Coasmsros Bids, Mlaaal Pla
I sjaiBOCUvavaantav *
EL

tJ MANDAMIENTO
de la Ley de Dios reza:
-
I No Matars!
Primorosos
sin
tirantes
irtwt/siVs bu lindel
tf futimmiUi o*nto>iMOi
tmQ44a%Jn04
fa* la. moda
delOal
En todas partes usted observara marcado inters en la elegancia del
hombro descubierto, cada da mis de moda. Flexees responde a
este inters femenil con una serie completa de primorosos brassieres
sin tirantes de todo estilo ... y ejecutados en materiales
exclusivos para cada modelo especial. Ingeniosamente alambrados
j emballenados para cada tipo particular de silueta Flexees, estos
elegantes brassieres dan mayor realce a las bellas lineas del busto. sa*
ofrecen confort incomparable seguridad y ajuste jams vistos.
En cuanto a brassieres sin tirantes .. nada mejor que Flexees.
Do Venta oat
ralla B. Madura I A. INTERIOR: Ol.ll. ds Navarra (Davit)
Che Maraat H.rmeliada Calva (A.uasl.lcs)
Le Villa da Parla Catean s. A. (Laa Tablas)
Motta'a (Panana Celan) Variada olee (Chltr)
A ten tes: Irvlaf Zapo Ca. S. A. Tel. 3-3*38 Panama
Ataca las carias
Sab* majoi
linda


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PAGINA OCHO
rt PANAMA AMPRTCA OIARTO rNOKPRNUlCNTB
TIERNES. AGOSTO 17. INI
El Congreso Tcnico De Fut Se Instala Esta Noche
Tiene por objeto tratar la solicitud
de la Fed. para que se le extienda su
perodo de mando basta marzo del 52
Esta noche se Instalar el
Congreso Tcnico del Ftbol
Nacional en reunin extra-
ordinaria a peticin de la Fe-
deracin Nacional de este de-
porte.
La reunin tendr lugar a
las 7 y 30 p.m. en el nuevo
local de la Federacin situado
en la Avenida B. No. 85, altos,;
y el objeto ser tratar sobre la>
Solicitud de la Federacin pa-
ra que se le extienda su pe-
riodo de mando hasta fines de
Marzo.
Debido a que Panama tiene
doe importantes compromisos
que cumplir, uno en los Juegos
Boiivarianos en Diciembre delj
Presente ao en Caracas, Ve-1
nezuela. y el otro en Febrero
de 1952 en Santiago de Chile
y considerando que es necesa-
rio acondicionar el Selecciona-
do con tiempo, arreglar las ji-,
ras, mantener la corresponden-
cia, etc. la actual Directiva de
la Federacin ha considerado
que para que todo se lleve a
satisfaccin, no ocurran Inte-
rrupcin ni demora, v las ges-
tiones puedan realizarse y lle-
var, e con mas ron ir iva v me-
jor camino h solicitado la
Instalacin del Congreso Tcni-
co para que se le prolongue su
podero hasta marzo.
Los Carmelitas Derrotaron a Los
Indios y Se Redujo La Ventaja De
Estos a Slo Un Juego y Medio
Aunque el Presidente y el
Subsecretario tienen un mes de
haber sido nombrado en esos
cargos, por renuncia dt las per-
sonas que ocupaban esos pues-
tos, el perodo de la actual Di-
rectiva de la Federacin termi-
na en Noviembre, motivo por el
cual se pedir la prrroga has-
ta la lecha Indica.
Los Representantes de las
tres Ligas son:
Por Chlrlqui: Jos Guillen,
Cornelio Gonzlez y Leopoldo
Moreno; Por Coln, Carlos Quin
tro, Eduardo Montfar y Car-
los Tamayo; por Panam, Dr.
A. Blssot. J. Crdenas y M.
Martnez.
De acuerdo con la reglamen-
tacin de la Federacin, el Pre-
sidente del Congreso Tcnico
ser el Presidente de la Fede-
racin, quien tendr todas las
funciones que su cargo requie-
re.
Igualmente, para que los Re-
presentantes nombrados pue-
dan actuar, tiene su respectiva
Liga que encontrarse a paz y
salvo con la Federacin en to-
dos los aspectos.
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Tommy Byrne y los Carmeli-
tas de San Luis Interrumpie-
ron la cadena de 13 victorias
consecutivas logradas por los
Indios de Cleveland al vencer-
los por i a 0 y reducir as a un
juego y medio su ventaja sobre
los Yanquis de Nueva' York en
la Liga Americana.
Byrne que empuj cuatro ca-
rreras para su club contuvo a
los indios en dos hits en siete
episodios y tuvo que retirarse
en el octavo sin outs y con un
hombre en la segunda al lasti-
marse un msculo en la espal-
da. Sin embargo Duane Pillette
continu de modo excelente la
labor de su predecesor en el
box y el nico hit que permiti
fu un doble de Bob Kenney
en el noveno Inning.
Mientras tanto los Yanquis
lograron derrotar a los Senado-
res de Washington por 5 carre-
ros a 3 cuando el novato Art
Schalloclc se anoto su primera
victoria. Los Yanquis bom-
bardearon a Dick Starr, Mic-
key Harris y al cubano Sanda-
11o Consuegra con 12 hits.
Los Alineos de Flladelfla
conectaron 14 incogibles sobre
los lanzamientos de Ray Scar-
borough, Harry Taylor y Willar
Wlxon y vencieron a los Medias
Rojas de Boston por 10 a 2.
Gus Zernlal conect su vig-
simo quinto homerun de ano
para empatar asi a Ted Wl-
liams en el primer lugar en el
Departamento de cuadrangula-
res de la Liga Americana.
Nueva temporada de Boxeo se
Inicia esta noche en Coln
El pgrma comprende
cinco atractivas
peleas amateurs
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
El Nadador Egipcio Marees
Hassan Hammad Triunf En El
Cruce Del Canal De La Mancha
DOVER, Agosto M (UP)E:
nadador egipcio Marees Hassan
Hai.imad gan la carrera "el
Dei-y', a tra\; del (anal il
la mancha al llegar a tierra ir
Rk-J, Shagespere.
Hammand atraves el cana!
desde el Cabo Ne en Indicia
doiiue se inici el Derby en do-
ce horas y II minutos. El fran-
cs Koger Le Morvan fu el se-
gundo en la prueba por segun-
da TOT ron-'ecutiTa y llego H
mr ros de. s del vencedor, ci-n
un (empo de 12 horas y 13 mi-
ni i
L carrera fu un xito pur>
de los 20 competidores la ter-
minaren lg lo cual constituye
un record pues son el doble del
nnero mximo que basta aho-
ra hmn orinado el canal en
m a.
f. .o record ms lo constituy
la Tencedora entre las dama'
la fcrta. Fisher si se confirma su
rtet -to extraoficial de 12 h. 40
minutos.
curso de los nadadores fu
. <"n la a> ma de mo-
dernos metidos de navegacin
que contribuyeron a contrarres-
tar los inconvenientes natura-
les, pero los promotores dijeron
iur los nadadores que termina-
ron la carrera llenaron en '
siguiente orden: Hammad, i.a
Movar, El Rehim. Fisher, Fl
Araby. Chapman, Roach, Warrr
Duarte, Carpi y Bombard. A ha
ae de esta lista, despus de la
vencedora femenina Fisher, s<
clasifica como segunda la Srta.
*
Para Presupuestos
de Pintura
llame a
Vicente Parada
Pintor Contratista
Avenida Peni Ne. II
Tel. 2-2*72
Roche y como tercera la sur-
americana Duarte.
l'no de los tres nadadore
cuyas noticias faltaban el argn,
tino Antonio Albertond* llegi
a Riscos, Shakespeare y fui'
abrazado por su triunfante com
patriota Enrique Duarte. Ambo-
fueron saludados por los acor-
deonistas que tocaban cancio-
nes suramericanas. I.a Srta
Duarte dijo que durante la tra-
vesa tuvo la impresin de que
iba a romper el record femeni-
no pero despus fu retrasad.-*
por la furria de la marea. Am-
bos argentinos parecan estar
frescos, descansados y conten-
tos.
Todava se desconoce el tiem-
po por Albertondo. I.a Comisin
promotora del "Dally Mail" de-
clar que debido a la confusin
en la obtencin de los Infor-
me de los jueces en los dis-
tintos lugares de llegada no s<
anunciar la lista oficial de cla-
sificacin con los tiempos co-
rrespondientes hasta el da t
hoy.
rSintonice y Escuche,
"/ 5t0 ;
Mandamiento"
prximamente en la
Red Panamericana'
Gran expectacin reina entre
el elemento basketbolero, por
conocer si Panam, asistir ul
Segundo Campeonato Centro-
Americano de Basketball que se
celebrar el prximo mes en
Guatemala. Como recordarn
nuestros lectores, el Primer Tor
neo de esa ndole se celebr en
septiembre del ao pasado en
Honduras, y Panam se titul
Campen en forma Invicta, pero
como estn las cosas parece
que no deienderemos el titulo.
Este asunto atae nica y ex-
clusivamente a la Federacin
Nacional de basket, y sera con-
veniente que el Presidente", a3
como logr segn dice l que la
federacin diera el permiso pa-
ra que ei Maduriio tuera a El
Salvador, que logre ahora que
esa agrupacin de la que es
Presidente busque la. manera
de que nuestra Repblica de-
fienda el titulo que gan en ex-
celente lid en Honduras el ao
pasado, ya que seria una lsti-
ma que no pudiramos asistir.
El ano pasado fuimos por "ca-
rambola ', ya que para esa le-
cha la Federacin en pleno ha-
ba renunciado y un Comit
nombrado con miembros de la
Liga, logr que Panam asistle-i
ra a ese certamen... ahora los
Federados no han renunciado y
su obligacin es realizar la Jira.
Paul "Dlzy" Triut dio la vic-
toria a los Tigres de Detroi'
sobre los Medias Blancas de
Chicago 2 por 1. ganando su
propio Juego con su primer
Jonrn de la temporada en el
quinto episodio. Esta es la se-
gunda vez que Joe Dobson de
los Medias Blancas pierde un
juego por igual anotacin y
tambin por un jonrn del
lanzador.
Con un atractivo Programa
inicia esta noche su funciones
semanales la nueva Comisin
Provincial del Boxeo Amateur
colonense en el Gimnasio Eve-
rardo Nez.
Adems con esta cartilla co-
menz la Temporada para esco-
ger los pgiles que se medirn
con los campeones de Chlrlqui
y de Panam, para seleccionar
el equipo que nos representar
en los Juegos Boiivarianos en
Diciembre del presente ao en
en Caracas, Venezuela.
Destacados y conocidos gla-
diadores tienen a tu cargo el
Programa de esta noche, con
peleas de cinco distintas cate-
goras y arregladas en la si-
guiente forma:
Eduardo Weather vs Tito Morris
105 libras
En la Liga Americana
Los Gigantes de Nueva York
apoyados en los magnficos
lanzamientos de Sal Mage
vencieron a los Dodgers de
Brooklyn por 2 a' 1 alendo asi
el primer club de la Liga que
triunfa en una serle completa
contra los lderes de ese. cir-
cuito. Mage solo permiti
cuatro hit y es el primer lan-
zador nacional que gana 17
juegos. Don Newcombe que
tamblil haba Ido al box con
la esperanza de lograr su d-
cimo sptimo triunfo recibi en
cambio la sexta derrota del
ao. Los Gigantes han gana-
do seis Juegos consecutivos.
Ciro Pas vs George Wilson
112 libras
Ralton Lewis vs Benito Tun
118 libras
I.. Weather vs F. Gordon
137 libras
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para maana :
la. Resorte, sobresale por su
maosidad, Domin (e) bajito
de lote ojo;2a. El Indio, se
los ganar fcil, Cafetal, para
ilace nos gusta;3a. Fonseca
o mejor de lo mejor, Vlllarreal
por categora no sale del one-
two;4a. Monteverde, cualquie-
ra gana aqu. Din de Mayo,
esa fecha 1 m p r e slo n a; 5a.
Haydn, con estribo o sin ellos
gana, In Time, a pesar de Reli-
man puede;8a. Pincel, listo
para ganar, Levadura, enemigo
de cuidado;7a. Sismo, el pas-
moso es ms clase, Lacnico ie>
ojo a esta entrada; 8a. Rathline
Light, sencillamente acabar
ms fuerte, Welsh Loch, ven-
der cara su derrota;9a. Mon
Etoile, le toca la suya. Callme-
dear, ojo con ste;10a. Tully
Saba. naturalmente que sin la
Babi le toca la suya. Lolito. se-
r duro de vencer;lia. Romn
tico, por el zorro es de peligro,
nicamente. Bagaleo, este anl-
mallto es de cuidado.
Los Cardenales de San Luis
anotaron seis carreras en el
sptimo y vencieron a los Pira-
tas de Pittsburgh por anota-
cin de 9 carreras a 8 privan-
do a Murray Dickson de su de-
cimosptima victoria. Stan Mu
slal conect su primer hit en
trece veces al bate en el sexto
episodio con un jonrn dentro
del terreno.
----------------*-e>------
Combinado de basket
ball para que se le
enfrente al Chester
El combinado escogido por
nuestro cronista de basketball
Mayor Masculino Beto Tejada,
para que le haga frente a los
Campeones del Lord Chester-
field, en una serle de tres Jue-
gos est formado por:
Julio Arosemena (Mauricio)
Clyde Cumberbatch (Mauricio
Emilio Sonell (Mauricio)
Harold Red (Mauricio)
Hasket Mlnot (Mauricio)
Rafael Jan (Bam)
Carlos Cents (Bam)
Chefo Echeverra (Bam)
Rubn Blades (Bam)
Francisco Sibauste (Bam)
Harry Halghtower (C. Vieja)
Walter Alleyne (C. Vieja)
Harold Manlng (C. Vieja).
Sebastin Pons (C. Vieja)
Guillermo Qulroga (C. Vieja)
Director.
Martin Rodrigues.
Mauricio.
H. Jones vs Marcelino Molinar
135 libras
El primer encuentro de la
noche comenzar a las 7 y 30
y los precios sern B.0.50. 0.25 v
0.15.
El Pdle. de Colombia
intervendr en el
conflicto del ftbol
BOGOTA, Agosto 17 (UP)El
Presidente Laureano Gmez
contest el. mensaje de Luis
Aranha y Otorlno BarassI, vice
presidente de la Flfa desde Rio
Janeiro, en el sentido de que
Intervenga en favor de la solu-
cin del pleito en el ftbol co-
lombiano
La Secretarla de la presiden-
cia Inform que el Presidente
Gmez "desea que se arreglen
satisfactoriamente las diferen-
cias existentes entre la comi-
sin que ustedes representan"
y que "se halla dispuesto a pro-
curar una solucin."
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alsamora
Por acuerdo entre la gerencia
del hipdromo y la sociedad
Nacional de Jinete.,, ningn
(Principlante o Aprenoiz) podr
tener licencia de jinete sin el
visto bueno del presidente de
dicha agrupacin, Bachiller Ro-
berto "Boby" Red.
El Centenario necesita vencer hoy al
Eleta para participar en la seiie final
La Serle eliminatoria del bas-
ketball Menor Provincial, conti-
na esta noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional, con el Interesante de-
safio que librarn los equipos
En esta semana estn repa-
rando ei JocKle Room de los
Jinetes, ya que se encontraba
en muy malas condiciones, los
trabajos estn a cargo de nues-
tro buen amigo Tapa Hueco
Chandek.
Nuestro. compatriota, Rogelio
Trejos, que tan brillantemente
se encuentra montando en los
Estados Unidos de Norte Amri-
ca, pas en estos das al Hi-
pdromo de "Las Vegas" acom-
paado de su manager y una
cuadra de equinos. Como recor-
darn, Rogelio s encontraba
montando en el hipdromo de
"Aguas Callente, California".
He aqui algunas noticias de
la ltima reunin hpica en el
Hipdromo de San Felipe, Per.
Shan estableci un nuevo re-
cord al ganar el famoso clsi-
co 'La Polla de Potrillos y el
tiempo empleado por este ejem
piar fu de 1.43 3/5 para los
1700 metros, y fu moi.tada por
H. Lara. En esta misma carrera
nuestro compatriota Alfonso
Carbonell lleg de cuarto con
el ejemplar Inolvidable. Ese
mismo da se bati nuevamente
el record de juego en San Feli-
pe, en la reunin se moviliz
la suma de 1.809.807 soles, es
decir que se volvi a superar el
milln ochocientos mil soles y
se bati el record de la semana
anterior en dos mil soles. La se-
mana que viene se correr el
Clsico Hipdromo Nacional de
Caracas" sobre una distancia
de 1500 metros.
El ejemplar "Phoebus Apollo"
le fu levantada la suspensin,
que le habla sido Impuesta por
el Cuerpo de Comisarlos.
Se cita a todos loa Jinetas a
uaa misa que e celebrar I
maana a las siete en la Igle-
sia de Santa Ana por el des-
canso de la seora madre del
colega Egar Alfaro.
EL

*J MANDAMIENTO
de la Ley de Dios reza:
No Matars!
El boxeo de Coln
lamenta la muerte del
dep. Vctor Rodrguez
Con motivo del fallecimiento
del joven deportista Victor Ro-
drguez, hijo del comisionado de
boxeo amateur de Coln, J. Ro-
driguez Jr., se expidi la si-
guiente Resolucin:
La Comisin Provincial de
Boxeo para Aficionados de la
ciudad de Coln, en uso de sus
facultades legales y,
CONSIDERANDO:
Que el da domingo 13 del
mes de agosto del ao de 1951.
dej de existir en la ciudad
de Panam el Joven Vctor Ro-
drguez Franco, hijo del seor
Justlnlano Rodrigues Jr., quien
ocupa el puesto de vocal en
la comisin;
RESUELVE:
Articulo nico:Unirse en
este momento de dolor por la
desaparicin del que en vida se
llam Victor Rodrguez Franco,
embarga el hogar del miem-
bro de esta comisin y padre
del extinto en este dia.
Dado en la ciudad de Coln,
R. de P., a los doce das del
mes de agosto del ao de mil
novecientos cincuenta y uno.
Comuniqese y publiquese.
Por la Comisin Provincial de
Boxeo para Aficionados,
Presidente,
Federico Fong G.
Secretarlo,
Marco A. Mendoza S.
Carlos Eleta y Centenario.
El Centenario necesita ganar
para ser incluido en la lista de
los competidores de la serle por
ei tlt"li iv>ro rl te"der nue^ -
r pendiente del resultado del
Un gran juego se espera qua
ofrezcan esto? dos conjuntos. ^
Csar Soto y Manuel Crdale
arbitran este Juego que debe
comenzar a las 7.30 p.m. y Ca.-
los Velarde anotara, mientras
que Crelo ser el cronometris-
ta.
La serie final por el titulo
rpmpe los fuegos el martes a
las 7.00 en el Gimnasio Nacio-
nal con los desafios entre pti-
ca Sosa (1) frente al Pellmex
(2), Jugando en el segundo tur-
no de esa fecha Bam Jr. (3)
frente al fuerza y Luz (4) y
estando el tercer partido a car-
go del (3i frente al (4) o sean
los otros dos equipos que logren
clasificar entre los que estn en
la serle final eliminatoria.
La lluvia impidi el
juego de ayer entre
Gray y Vallarino
El partido de baseball de la
Liga de Barraza anunciado pa-
ra ayer entre Deportivo Gray y I
Vallarino, se suspendi debido I
a la lluvia. De acuerdo con lo I
establecido, este juego se efec-
tuar el domingo y el otro par-
tido dominical correr a cargo
de los conjuntos Mendoza vf
Canad.
Estos dos partidos correspon-
den a la segunda vuelta del
Campeonato de la Liga de Base
ball de Barraza. la cual comen-
z el martes pasado con el
triunfo del Miranda sobre e
Crespo.
MEJOREsuAPARIENCIA
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CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
LETAS I colon: -^ EN EL ^_____^OA^ niIMlli
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. y Qa.
CARRFRAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
nuestra clientela opera*
mus ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".

QUINIELAS
4a, y 8a. CARRERAS
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
8a. Carrera (Abierto) 1 5/16 Milla
Premio: B 2,000.00 (Agregado) Pool Cierra: 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
"CLASICO CUERPO DIPLOMTICO"
1. CHACBICO............T. Medrano 100
2. DICTADOR.................A. Soto 118
3. (NEWMINSTER...........A. Enrique 100
4. (GORSEWOOD ............C. Iglesias 110
5. RATHL1N LIGHT..........K. Flores 126
6. PINAR!).................V. Castillo 128
7. WELSH LOCH..............J. Avila 123
8. MONTIELITO.............G. Snchez 107
9. SANDWOOD................A. Mena 107
10- CRISH....................E. Daro 107
*?hadi0(4i0 de /ccaa r'ia^co
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES PARA EL DOMINGO
7a. Carrera "D" Importados 6V2 Fgs.
5a. Carrera "C" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 650.00 Pool Gerra: 2:55 p.m.
1. ALTO ALEGRE .......____G. Snchez 107
2. RIDING EAST............C. Iglesias 112
3. PARAGON...............V. Castillo 113
4. CHACABUCO....._______ T. Medrano 109
5. PAMPHLET..............O. Chanis 114
Premio: B/ 600.00 Pool Cierra: 4:05 p.m.
SECUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
1. CHER1BER1BIN...........A. Valdivia 120
2. POLVORAZO..........____V. Ortega 112
3. MARISCALITO............R. Gome 108
3. MARISCALITO...... .....R. Gome 108
4. CURACA..............M. Arosemena 112
5. (MR. FOOT................A. Basan 120
6. (THE DAUBER............C. Iglesias 106
7. CARMELA II...............E. Daro 106
8. WILD WIRE.............Jv Baeza Jr. 104x


VIERNES, AGOSTO 17. 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
Diez Caballos Se Disputan Maana
El Clsico "Cuerpo Diplomtico"
Dictador es el
favorito para
imponerse
.
La prueba debe resultar
reida en todas sus'
etapas
Por RDEME
Se correr maana en el Hi-
pdromo Nacional el Clsico
sCuerpo Diplomtico" prueba
estelar de la funcin hpica de-
dicada muy especialmente a to-
dos los Ministros, Embajadores
y Personal Extranjero acredi-
tado en nuestro pas.
Diez caballos se encuentran
inscritos en esta prueba en la
cual participa la flor y nata de
los mejores ejemplares que ac-
tualmente compiten en el Hi-
pdromo Nacional. Son ellos
Phoebus Apollo, Dictador, New-
mlnster, Gorsewood, Rathllng
Light, Pinard, Welch Loch,
Montlellto. Sandwood y Gris.
La prueba se presenta bas-
tante interesante dada la cali-
dad de los contendores, entre
los cuales se destaca, Dictador
que se impuso en forma impre-
sionante la semana pasada en
el lote de la clase "A". Tambin
se presenta con bastante op-
cin Welsh Loch y Pinard, ejem
glares de reconocidos mritos
en nuestra pista por lo cual se
les d mucha opcin al triun-
fo. Luego siguen en el orden de
nuestro vaticinio Rathllng
Light, reconocido como largue-
rn, Gorsewood que en la for-
ma como esta desempendose
ltimamente puede muy bien
triunfar, Phoebus Apollo que
por el peso y la distancia lo
descartamos, Sandwood otro
ejemplar muy peligroso, New-
mlnster, Montlellto y Gris que
compone el tro de la sorpresa.
La carrera ser sobre un tiro
de 2.100 metros y por un pre-
mio de B.2.00O.00.
He aquf nuestros pronsticos
para la funcin de maana:
En la primera carrera nos
gusta Juan Hulncho. Resorte
puede sorprender.
En la segunda carrera El In-
dio debe robarlos. Cafetal es
peligroso.
En la tercera carxeta Don
Tem-es una" fija. Embustero
para el segundo lugar.
En la coarta carrera Diez de
Mayo es nuestro dato. La Negra
ha mejotado mucho.
En la quinta carrera Battling
Cloud es nuestro escogido. Hydn
ha mejorado mucho.
En la sexta carrera Pincel ios
debe robar. Roadmaster el ene-
migo.
En la sptima carrera Sismo
se destaca. Lacnico es el prin-
cipal contendor.
En la octava carrera Dicta-
dor debe imponerse. Welch
Loch segundo.
En la novena carrera Alabar-
da para el primer lugar. Hob
Nob para el segundo puesto.
En la dcima carrera Tully
Saba debe galoparlos. Amazona
es peligrosa.
En la undcima carrera Whi-
te Fleet es nuestro escogido.
Bagaleo tiene mucha opcin.
PRONISTICIS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
Cinco Equipos Se Disputarn
El Campeonato De Volleyball
\
El prximo Domingo se inaugurar oficialmente la Liga de
Volibol de la Provincia de Panam en la cancha de la Piscina
Olmpica.
Cinco equipos se encuentran Inscritos en este torneo que se
inicia, a saber: Puerto Rico, Batera D-764, Mauricio, Sastrera
Derby y Omphroy.
Tocar al Lie. Manuel Roy, Jefe del Departamento de Edu-
cacin Fsica, lanzar la primera bola de esta Justa que por ves
primera y despus de muchos aos se abre en esta ciudad.
Se enferm ayer
el piloto Marion
PITTSBURGH, Agosto 17 (U.
P.l^El manager de los Carde-
nales de San Luis Marty Ma-
rlon tuvo que recluirse en sus
habitaciones de un hotel local
por tener fiebre y dolores en el
costado derecho.
Joe Louis venci a
Jimmy Bivlns por
decisin unnime
BALTUMORE, Agosto 17 (P)
El ex-campen mundial Joe
Louis demostr con su triunfo
frente a Jlmmy Bivlns que to-
dava es el principal contendor
a la corona de los pesos pesa-
dos. Joe Douls se Impuso por
decisin unnime en este com-
bate celebrado el mircoles en
la noche en el Stadium Memo-
rial de esta ciudad ante aproxi-
madamente 25.000 fanticos.
Louis rastlg severamente a
Bevlns con potentes ganchos
de Izquierda y derecha, En dos
ocasiones lo tuvo al borde del
nocaut pero no pudo rematarlo.
Joe Louis pes 203 libras en-
tra 180 de su contrario.
BOLICHE
Por CHIRCA
Esta tarde se rene la Direc-
tiva de Boliche S.A. para tra-
tar entre otros asuntos, lo re-
lacionado a la instalacin de las
canchas. El Boliche se jugar
en los prximos juegos Centro
Americanos que se llevarn a
cabo en Panam, y estamos se-
guros que estaremos bien repre-
sentados ya que contamos con
jugadores como los Damin,
Chiari, De Jann, Arias, Burrell
Arango, Moreno, y muchos otros
1LUCK AHEAD
2EL INDIO
3DON TEM
4LA. NEGRA
8HAYDN
PINCEL
7SISMO
8OOR8EWW0I
9HOB NOB 10TULLY SABA
Resorte
Cosa Linda
Fonseca
Diez de Mayo
Silver Fox
Roadmaster
Prestigio (e)
Dictador'
Armeno
Mandinga
11-WHITE FLEET Romntico
Patele, bizcocho*, budines,
ensalada! de irmerevstalos
todos de an tin festivo coa U
Crema Avoset para Batir. Ar-
te*producto de las frtile
praderas de los Estados Unidos
se bate mil rpidamente ..
dura por horas. Usted quedar
encuitada de su agradable-
mente suave y cremoso sabor.
I Prubela hoy!
f 1 sets tfssllt le Cm WtHI t Mea
se el tell, tu cereales y tretas.
fanid.
L>* Urizi*
Pata BatU
Jugadores famosos en torneos
del ABC.
Hank Mario, con un promedio
de 108 en 28 aos consecutivos
en el ABC, y ha tirado 10 Jue-
gos perfectos (300).
William Knox, el primer hom
bre en hacer 300 en un campeo-
nato del ABC, quien junto con
Carley Trucks fueron invictos
por 15 aos.
Ha sido el nico que ha hecho
un juego perfecto (300) con los
Elnes tapados con una cortina
asta que la bola fuera lanza-
da.
Harry Steers, tres veces cam-
pen del ABC, promedio de 190
en 40 a 142 torneos. Jug en la
Liga de Chicago por 35 aos,
sin fallar un solo cuadro (fra-
me).
Lo puertorriqueos
vencieron ayer a la
Piscina en volibol
El potente equipo de los puer-
torriqueos se impuso en reido
partido a los muchachos del
equipo de la fPisclna. por 15-12
y 15-12 en el Juego amistoso
de vojieyball que celebraron
ayer en el festival deportivo
.efectuado en el Gimnasio del
Liceo de Seoritas.
Este festival a beneficio del
Liceo de Seoritas resulto un
gran xito y en el partido prin-
cipal dirimieron superioridad
los equipos de la Escuela Supe-
rior de Balboa Contra el del Li-
ceo de Seoritas.
Conocido hpico se dirige a la Junta de
Juegos sobre transaccin de un caballo
Calendario de juegos
del ftbol menor de
Coln fue reformado
,obe a tu esposa
' SI, qutele tu Crema Mexiana y
sela poro rasurar sin orq-_
cha. En todo cato,
te Montana des-
pus de afeitan*,
aprovechando sus
propiedades amo- W^
lientos. Compreso
tu propio froscoj o
l reglele uno o ella.
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descrita para que pueda ganarte el "TESORO RON
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EL
5
MANDAMIENTO
de la Ley de Dios reza:
No Matars!
PERITOS IN AUTOMOTOR
CONCURREN .
Para mayor potencia motriz
-decdase por
CHAMPION
"Mi* nueva Champion dan
mucha ms 'vida' a mi
auto ..." dice el Sr. Tulio
Moretti de Castelar, Argenti-
na, "y me es mucho mas agrada-
ble guiar ahora que antes. Reinsta-
lo un nuevo juego de
Champion cada
15,000 kilmetros.
El kilometraje adi-
cional que obtengo
me ahorra dinero
en combustible. Y
siendo el costo de
vida lo que es hoy
dio, ste es un fac-
tor importantsimo.'1
Predilectas
del mundo
entero por ms
do un cuarto do siglo
El calendarlo de Juegos del
Campeonato de ftbol de Se-
gunda Categora de la Liga
Provincial de Colon,- fu refor-
mado, y los encuentros del pr-
ximo domingo corrertn a cargo
de los equipos:
(
Abel Bravo vs Foche Arguelles
1.10 p.m.y
Centurias vs Amaiona
2.30 p.m.
El ltimo encuentro del tor-
neo se efectuar el domingo 26
del presente entre Foche Ar-
guelles y Centurias a las 2 y SO
de la tarde.
De gran importancia son es-
tos partidos, especialmente para
el Foche que marcha Invicto
en el comando y para el Centu-
ria que se encuentra en el se-
gundo lugar con un solo punto
menos que el Foche.
Igualmente en estos encuen-
tros se decidir el mayor golea-
dor, encontrndose actualmente
de primero, A. Bruno del Cen-
turia con 10 tantos, siguiendo
E. Cabrera del Foche con 7 y A.
Salvador tambin del Foche con
4 goles.
En relacin con la transac-
cin de un caballo de carreras,
el conocido hpico Eduardo Diez
Y., se ha dirigido a la Junta
de Control de Juegos, en los
trminos siguientes:
Panam, agosto de 1951.
8eores Miembros de la
Junta de Control de Juegos
Presente:
Yo, Eduardo Diez Ybarra, pa-
nameo, mayor de edad, resi-
dente en esta plaza, con cdula
de identidad personal No. 47-
26885, me dirijo a ustedes, con
el mayor respeto para expo-
nerles de la manera ms clara
y precisa mi caso, relacionado
con el caballo de carreras Pun-
ta), fallecido no ha mucho tiem-
po. El citado cabalo de carre-
ras Puntal, se lo compr al Hi-
pdromo Nacional por la m-
dica suma (por no decir exage-
rada) de cuatro mil trescientos
veinte balboas (B. 4,320), de la
cual abon quinientos balboas
lanto, quedando un saldo a su
favor de tres mil ochocientos
veinte balboas (B. 3,820.00), a
pagar con el cincuenta por cien-
to (50%) de los premios que
llegase a acumular hasta can-
celar la suma anteriormente ex-
puesta, en su vida activa, el
mencionado ejemplar Puntal.
El citado caballo de carreras
Puntal lo tom bajo mi tutela
y proteccin el 16 del mes de
Junio del ao de 1949, y lo re-
gres al Hipdromo Nacional el
10 del mes de julio (si mal no
recuerdo) de I960; de lo cual
se deduce que lo tuve bajo
mi amparo por espacio de un
ao y 25'das. Pero dadas las
dolencias fsicas que* aquejaban
a dicho animal, y que seria lar-
So enumerar, y por consiguien-
te el gasto que me ocasion en
ese pequeo (por no decir inter-
minable) lapso de tiempo, cuyo
monto asciende a la bicoca de
mil quinientos balboas (B.
1,500.00), aproximadamente en
concepto de gastos de manuten-
cin; empleados, (pluralizo, pues
se gastaba el lujo de tener un
palafrenero y un ayudante a
un costo de B. 6.00 y B. 4.00
respectivamente por semana),
veterinario y medicinas Dados
mis infructuosos esfuerzos por
aliviarlo de los males que lo
aquejaban (puesto que eran In-
curables), decid, aunque con
mucha pena de mi parte, y co-
pn
ilo nuevamente al
Hipdromo Nacional.
Ahora bien, seores miembros
de la Junta de Control de Jue-
gos, mi punto de vista al res-
pecto es el siguiente: dadas las
mo se los expuse anteriormen-
te, regresrselo nuevamente
razones expuestas en prrafos
anteriores y la prdida sufri-
da en el transcurso de dicho
tiempo, me he dirigido a uste-
des con el mayor respeto para
solicitarles que se me reconoz-
ca, si no todo el dinero per-
dido (cosa que estoy lejos de
imaginar), por lo menos los qui-
nientos balboas (B. 500.00) ini-
ciales que tuve a bien adelan-
tarles por la posesin del men-
cionado animal Puntal. Hacin-
doles constar que no deseo que
se me regresen los quinientos
balboas (B. 500.00) en efectivo
como a bien tuve yo drselos al
Hipdromo Nacional. No, sola-
mente deseo que se me reco-
nozca una opcin para que en
das venideros cuando el Hip-
dromo Nacional importe un lote
de caballos de carrera; cuya ba-
se a remate sea de quinientos
balboas (B. 500.00), pueda yo
tomar parte en dicho remate y
escoger el caballo de mi gusto.
Adelantndome a darles las
gracias por la atencin acoge-
dora de ustedes le den a esta
carta y tratndose como yo
creo, de un acto no solo de
Justicia, sino de conciencia, me
suscribo de ustedes, su muy
Atto. y S. S.,
Eduardo Dies Ybarra.
Los australianos
se destacan en el
tennis de los E.U.
CHESNUTT HTLL, Mass. Agos-
to 17 (UP)Dos Jvenes austra-
lianos Don Candy y Mervyn
Rose pasaron a los cuartos fi-
nales del campeonato nacional
de tennis al vencer a los norte-
americanos Jerry de Wilts y
Whitney Reed por 6-1, 6-2, y
6-3.
Los norteamericanos Fred Fis-
her y Sid Schwartz eliminaron
a los japoneses Goro Fujlkura
y Fumlteru Nakano por 15-13
8-6, y 6-3.
La pareja formada por los
norteamericanos Oardnar Mu-
lloy y Bill Talbert que ha gana-
do el titulo en cuatro ocasiones
vencieron a 1 norteamericano
Grant Golden y el Japons Jiro
Kumlnaru. Por su parte los aus-
tralianos Frank Sedgman y Ken
McGregor gue conquistaron el
titulo el ano pasado vencieron
a los norteamericanos Davis
Mesker y Edwin Wesley por 8-1
y 6-1.
Tres peleas se
resolvieron por
'nocauts' anoche
Por DARKINS
Otro programa con peleas re-
idas y movidas ofreci anoche
el Boxeo Amateur en el Gim-
nasio Nacional registrndose 3
nocauts y resolvindose los
otros dos encuentros por deci-
sin.
El darlenlta Juan Moreno lo-
gr su cuarto triunfo consecu-
tivo al imponerse por nocaut
en el segundo asalto a Eduar-
do Grimas. En este round Gri-
mas result con una herida en
la ceja Izquierda, se suspendi
el encuentro, y de acuerdo con
la reglamentacin, se. contaron
las puntuaciones, obteniendo
Moreno el triunfo.
El campen sin corona de
peso liviano, Horacio Ottis, de-
rrot a Sonny Stout a los 38
segundos del primer asalto.
Chico Anderson, el campen
nacional de peso pluma (128
libras) obtuvo la decisin de
los tres jueces sobre Ray Lang-
ford.
El indgena Tony Shaw per-
di por nocaut tcnico en el
segundo asalto frente a su a-
guerrido y valiente rival Da-
niel Brathwalte.
En el otro encuentro de la
funcin, Totl Ellas venci por
estrecha margen a Roberto
Daz.
En otra funcin se guard
un minuto de silencio en me-
moria del seor Rodrigo Alva-
rado, ex-animador del boxeo
amateur.
Como de costumbre se do-
naron premios a los pgiles
destacados y asistentes, obse-
quiados por Central 81, Ar-
mour, Cervecera y Ron Monte-
zuma.
Extra que Federico Plum-
mer no ofreciera la exhibicin
anunciada.
NUEVA SALUD
Y ENERGA
Para I parlonas da mat de 44 anot
con el nuevo tnico forruginoa*
U "ite y loe hombree, partcula
loe hombree, que encuentras que eettn cedi-
endo a la tesssBon y lee preoeupecionea del
trebejo o de la situacin economice, tienen a la
mano un reraeriio que, eunquo ees a fllii ea
poderoeamete osteal.
Marcha a la vanguardia ene loa mfleo de
pereonaefqua han encontrado en eett amera v
poderosa receta a base de hierre FERRIZAN
prenaamente la daee de merllnamhl Igret-
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E,."*cto ""eeureo de diea diaa ee
eenrlllemonto aoombroso. Usted panos que
asente que le corra nueva vida por el cuerpo, la
enertla queda restaurada, ae recobra la die-
peetaoB a hacer lea cosas. La uesituesdad
deaeporeU y usted duerme l*--f-enrata
B siente nuevo en todo Hondo.
Solicite ci FERR17.AN en le (armaos da en
-eaOicUd y .ametalo tn^TZTlZZ
TkGOn IfsffaJ
La Justa del ftbol
menor ha entrada
en su etapa final
1STADO DE LA CONTIIENDA
rtbol de 2a. Categora.
Prov. de Panam.
g. e. p. n.
Ambato ...........8 1 1 17
Santander ..........7 2 1 16
Alemn .............6 3 2 15
Ancn Jr..........6 1 4 II
Hispano *r........3 2 6 9
America ............. 2 18 5
El Campeonato del Ftbol
menor de la Liga Provincial de
Panam est llegando a su fin.
y los Juegos sealados para el
domingo son:
Ancn va Ambato
9 a.m.y
Santander vs Hispano
10.30 a.m.
El calendarlo tiene los lti-
mos encuentros para el domin-
go 26 de Agosto entre los equi-
pos Amrica vs Ancn Jr. y
Santander vs Alemn.1
En los Juegos pasados, el Ale-
mn mejor su opcin al impo-
nerse ampliamente al Amrica
por 9 tantos a 0. donde C. Rei-
na y H. Holnes marcaron tr
tantos cada uno. J. Rivas dos
y N. Lpez un goal.
En el otro encuentro, el An-
cn Jr. tambin mantuvo i
opcin al ganarle por forfeit al
Hispano Jr. Los Jugadores del
Hispano estuvieron presentis
Sero no pudieron Jugar por fal-
& de uniformes, ya que el en-
cargado de proporcionarlos o
se present.
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VIERNES. AGOSTO 17. 1951


-
iffir i .iaber en
aTmyerio en Miami
WASHINGTON, agosto 17.
(U8IS). Edward G. Miller Jr.,
secretario de Estado Auxiliar
par, los Asuntos Interamerlca-
no< ser husped de honor y
orflBor principal en el almuer-
zo fel "Da de Cuba" el viernes
enTiaml, Florida.
Miller espera salir en avin
naca Miami el Jueves, acom-
paado por el doctor Luis Ma-
chado, Embajador de Cuba en
los EE. UU:
El almuerzo ser parte de un
festival de "Buenos vecinos", el
cual durar tres dias, en Mla-
Despus de su visita a Miami,
Miller se dirigir a Panam,
como presidente de la delega-
cin de los Estados Unidos a la
Segunda Reunin Extraordina-
ria,del Consejo Econmico y So-
elal Interamericano.
Muy preocupados
los del Kremlin
GINEBRA. Agosto 17 (US1S>
Isador Lubln, delegado de los
Estados Unidos al Consejo Eco-
nmico y Social de las Naciones
Unidas, ha acusado a los go-
biernos del bloque sovitico de
tratar de distraer la atencin
Me sus respectivos pueblos, del
desasosiego y desagrado, por .re-
tilo de columnas de humo ae
blOpagancia
--l)o Lubln en un discurso
JTOnunctado el viernes en el
Consejo que los voceros rusos en
el mismo han seguido la cono:i-
*"aa prctica de los regmcn?s
autoritarios en pocas de grao
Jpquietud interna, atacando ai
capitalismo para distraer a su
propio pueblo.
VQu es lo que preocupa a los
delegados soviticos", pregunt
el delegado de EE. UU "Pude
er (ten preocupados por la deter-
minacin de Europa Occidental.
l5or medio de lo Organizacin
del- Atlntico del Norte, de for-
jar .sus defensas contra toda
nueva agresin comunista. Es-
tn preocupados por el Pii-n
TtTafshall y los esfuerzos por la
Sat litacin de esos pases'
n preocupados porque Vr-
goeslavla ha sacudido el yugo
del" Kremlin, y los dirigentes >':-
goeslavos se han atrevido a im-
plicar a los Jefes del Soviet?
ftn perturbadas por el hecho
qUe el pueblo de Yugoeslava
imanifestado claramente c,ue
(decidido a mantener su m-
endencla del control d?l
Kremlin? Estn, tal vez. prc-
eyeados por el hecho de que Co-
ta Independencia de Yugoesia-
vla' pueda general peligrosas 1-
dfcs en las llamadas democra-
cias populares? O es el fracos
d 7ft agresin comunista en C'-
29* y i determinacin de las
naciones libres del mundo, pir
ncalo de las Naciones Unla.*.
*a detener la agresin en Corea
y otras partes, lo que tiene lu-
cgajeto al Kremlin?
BREVE Y MAS BREVE
Aniversario de un vuelo
BUENOS AIRES agosto 15.
(UP). Hace hoy 25 aos, tres
pioneros. Bernardo Dugan, E-
duardo Oliveiro y el mecnico
Campanelli. unieron en vuelo
por primera vez a Nueva York
con Buenos Aires. Salieron de
Nueva York el 24 de mavo v
llegaron a Buenos Aires el 3 de
^fosfo de 1926.
Congreso de neruanistas
..LIMA, agosto 15. ra el 16 de agosto, se ha fijado
la Instalacin del primer con-
greso Internacional de perua-
nlstas. bajo la presidencia del
escritor e historiador Ral Po-
rras Barrenechea. Al congreso
asistirn delegados nacionales y
extranjeros. Entre las persona-
lidades extranjeras que asisti-
rn a la reunin, figuran Paul
Rivet, director del. Museo del
Hombre en Paris; Enrique Rui?.
Gulnar. de la Academia Na-
cional de Historia de la Rep-
blica Argentina.
.La ms numerosa es la dele-
gacin espaola, que ya ha sa-
lido de la peninsula, presidida
por el padre Constantino Valle,
e Integrada por siete profeso-
res.
El General Vanderberg cree
que Hitler perdi la guerra
por cambiar mucho de planes
Por S'effan Andrews i
(N.A.N.A.)
WA8F -UN, D. C, Agosto
17 S. Vandenberg, Jefe del Estado
Mayor de las fuerzas areas,,
dice que la obsesin de Hitler,
de cambiar continuamente de
planes, fu la causa principal
de la derrota sufrida por los
alemanes en la segunda guerra
mundial.
8u modo de pensar es que
no debe, experimentarse dema-
siado durante una guerra, es-!
peclalmente en lo que a las
fuerzas areas se refiere.
Vandenberg cree que si los;
nazis, en vez de dedicar todo
su talento a la investigacin y
el mejoramiento de las armas
areas, lo hubieran aplicado a
la produccin en masa, es po-
si'ole que hubieran ganado la
guerra.
Este parecer fu expresado
por el General Vandenberg du-
rante una reunin a puerta ce-
rrada con la subcomisin de
gastos de la Cmara, la cual
deseaba saber si en opinin de
aqul los rusos llevan la de-
lantera a los norteamericanos l
en lo que se refiere al estudio
y produccin de aeroplanos de'
propulsin a chorro.
Vandenberg seal que en la
ltima guerra mundial el nico
objetivo de las fuerzas areas
norteamericanas fu superar el
podero areo de los alemanes
y los japoneses, con el fin de
poner termino a la lucha lo
ms pronto posible.
Una vez que se descubrieron
las capacidades de la aviacin
enemiga, la produccin da avio-
nes norteamericanos fu f-limi-
tada a la de aquellos tipos que
eran suficientemente avanza-
dos para suministrar a los Es-
tados Unidos una superioridad
area tcnica, que luego se hizo
tambin numrica.
"En contraste", dijo Vanden-
berg, "los alemanes nunca de-
jaron de experimentar con
nuevas y revolucionarlas for-
mas de aeroplanos y otras ar-
mas areas. Conforme la guerra
iba cambiando en su contra,
Hitler y Goering fueron cam-
biando la produccin area, de
aparatos de combate a los de
defensa, y cuando no les fu
posible detener los ataques a-
llados. comenzaron a experi-
mentar febrilmente con proyec-
tiles como las bombas dirigi-
das V-l y V-2.
"Como resultado de estos s-
bitos cambios, el poder areo
alemn declin y la Luftwaffe
fu derrotada".
Vandenberg admiti que si
esto no hubiera sido asi, quiz
los adelantos alemanes en cier-
tos aspectos tcnicos habran
equilibrado a la produccin en
masa norteamericana. "Pero
nunca tuvimos oportunidad de
aprovechar esos adelantos na-
zis, porque la mdula de la
Luftwaffe fu destrozada antes
de que los nuevos aparatos y
armas entraran en combata en
nmero decisivo", agreg.
El general dijo tambin que
los rusos fueron quienes se a-
provecharon de los frutos de
los estudios alemanes, despus
de la guerra, y en efecto, se
adelantaron dos o tres aos a
los Estados Unidos en este sen-
tido. Pero, aadi, las investi-
gaciones norteamericanas y bri-
tnicas han cerrado ya ese
golfo, especialmente en lo re-
lativo a aeroplanos de propul-
sin a chorro, y las claras ven-
tajas que tenan los rusos so-
bre nosotros han desaparecido.
"El hecho de que el aero-
plano ruso MIG-15 es compa-
rable al Saber no significa que
ste represente el final de
nuestros estudios o produc-
cin", manifest el general.
"Por el contrario, nuevos mo-
delos son producidos cada da".
Los Kkaros en La Panamericana
Anoche debuto con xito ruidoso, el famoso do Internacional LOS KIKAROS, patrocinado por
el Saln de Belleza REX. LOS KIKAROS, prolongan sus actuaciones en la Red Panamericana
brindando hoy otra transmisin a las 8 y media de la noche y maana sbado a las ocho en
punto. Anima: Vctor Martines Blanco. ___________________________^_________
Continan las deportaciones
en masa en los Estados Rojos
Organizan dos fuerzas areas
para la vigilancia del Rhin
Dewey rehus la rectora de
una gran Universidad con un
sueldo de 75 mil dlares
"No podr usarse celofn
" BUENOS AIRES, asesto 15.
UTi. Ene nrohlbida en Cl pas la utilizacin de celofn
en la impresin de propaganda
y etiquetas, rtulos o marbetes.
Lfe -prohibicin afecta, Igual-
mente a la fabricacin de en-
vases y el uso en envoltorios
de medallas, copas o distintivos
para' premios deportivos.
Por Ray Borst
(N.A.N.A.)
Con el Gobernador Dewey en
Singapore, Agosto 17 (Por co-
rreo areo, demorado) (EPSi
Poco antes de iniciar el gober-
nador de Nueva York Thomas
E. Dewey su viaje de 32,000
millas por el Lejano Oriente,
rehus el puesto de rector de
una de las principales universi-
dades de aquel estado.
Este puesto tiene su sueldo
de setenta y .cinco mil dlares
al ao. de los cuales cuarenta
mil corresponden a la posicin
misma y el resto a casa de
habitacin, sirvientes y otros
gastos.
El nombre de la universidad
no puede ser divulgado por a-
hora. La razn de esto es que
la persona que lo accpie se
vera en una situacin algo mo.
lesta si supiera que ha sido to-
mada en cuenta nicamente
despus de haber sido rechaza-
da la oferta por Dewey.
Si ste hubiera aceptado, se-
ria-uno ms en la lista de hom-
bres prominentes en la vida
poltica del pas que aceptan
la rectora de universidades.
Entre ellos se cuentan el Ge-
neral Eisenhower, el ex-Gober-
nador Harold Stassen y el Te-
niente Gobernador Frnck C.
Moore.
Pero Dewey no tiene la in-
tencin de renunciar a su car-
go de gobernador de Nueva
York, sea cuales sean las ofer-
tas que se le hagan. Despus
de la presidencia de los Estados
Unidos, la gobernacin de
Nueva York es el ms impor-
tante cargo pblico de los Es-
tados Unidos, y Dewey sabe
muy bien lo que esto significa.
Es por esto que se considera
absurdo que el gobernador in-
tente aceptar el papel de se-
gundo violin en la orquesta de
Truman, renunciando su cargo
actual para reemolazar a Dean
Acheson como Secretarlo de
FMrdo Dewey no ha aceptado
nunca c:'.^ cla^c Cs .-ees. o
es el lder o no participa en
ningn movimiento.
Es muy probable que aunque
no se le designe de nuevo can-
didato presidencial republicano
siga activo en la poltica por
muchos aos. Aun ruando no
volviera a ser gobernador de
Nueva York, ha indicado cla-
ramente en su largo viaje que
Intenta desempear un papel
Importante en lo que se refiere
a la poltica exterior. Segn l,
su ambicin actual es inducir
a los dirigentes republicanos a
caminar por la senda del Inter-
nacionalismo, en vez de ale-
jarse hacia el aislamientlsmo.
Si no puede ser Presidente
| y l mismo ha dicho hace poco
; que no cree que su partido sea
' tan estpido que le designe por
tercera vez su candidato si
desea participar activamente
: en la campaa y esta es una
1 de las razones por las cuales
apoya al General Elsenhower
como posible candidato presi-
dencial republicano. Es sabido
que Elsenhower y l compar-
ten las mismos puntos de vista
en cuanto a poltica interna-
cional.
Otra razn importante de su
i actitud a favor de Tisenhower
! es que le cree el nico hombre
I que puede enfrentarse con pro-
| habilidades de xito a la can-
i didatura de Truman o de quien
reemplace a ste como candi-
dato demcrata.
Dewey considera que si los
I republicanos pierden las elec-
1 clones presidenciales de 1952.
i lo mejor seria disolver el par-
tido. Por supuesto, existe la po-
sibilidad de que si Eisenhower
i fuera designado candidato y
I triunfara, le nombrara Secre-
i tarlo 'de Estado y si esto ocu-
1 rrlera. la ligura de Dewey co-
brarla nueva importancia y
volvera a ser un candidato
potencial para 1956 1960.
El gobernador Insiste en que
no desea ni pensar ser candi-
dato el ao entrante, y no hay
, razn para poner en duda su
' sinceridad.
EN HUELGA LA JUSTICIA
CIUDAD DE GUATEMALA, a-
gosto 17. (UP). Comenz la
huel-a de empleados de los trl-
bunales de toda la Repblica.
Los huelguistas declararon que
no reanudaran labores mien-
tras no se les aumentaran los
sueldos. .
El congreso nacional se reu-
nir hoy para considerar la
peticin de los empleadas y es-
tudiar una ampliacin de 350.000
quetzile.s al presupuesto para
costear el aumento de sueldos
de los empleados judiciales.
HOY
PRESIDENTE
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PONTAINEABLEAU, Francia,
Agosto 17 (EPS) Expresando
su convencimiento de que el
Rin podra ser defendido y lo
seria con la cooperacin de las
naciones occidentales y de los
Estados Unidos, el Teniente
General Lauris Korstad, Jefe
supremo de aviacin del Cuar-
tel General del Pacto del At-
lntico en Europa, dijo que es-
taba casi listo para hacer sa-
ber que se hablan constituido
dos fuerzas areas tcticas y
un comando de la defensa ae-
rea. Los trabajos de organiza-
cin dieron comienzo el lo. de
Abril.
"Espero tener lista en el
transcurso del ao que viene
una tercera fuerza area tc-
tica para cooperar con las
fuerzas terrestres", sigui di-
ciendo el general, quien cuen-
ta 48 aos de edad y procede
de Redwing, astado de Minne-
sota. "Empezamos con nada e'*
lo. d Abril y ya contamos fon
un ejercicio importante de de-
fensa area," adems*de ou
tendr lugar otro en el otoo,
que se llamar Ejercicio Cirro".
El mando central areo y 1
cuartel general del Ejrcito
quedan, uno al lado del otro
en el histrica palacio sito en
esta ciudad. i
"Cuando empezamos la orga-
nizacin, mucha gente aqui pa.
recia creer que estbamos pi-
diendo la luna. Ahora me ha
agradado mucho ver que estn
empezando a pedir las estre-
llas", continu diciendo Nors-
tad.
"Tengo un estado mayor
mayor compuesto de aviadores
de primer orden de las Esta-
dos Unidos, el Reino Unido,
Francia, Blgica y Holanda.
Todas estas naciones me han-
asignado fuerzas, y mi misin
es urbanizarlas, adiestrarlos y
dirigirlos. Una fuerza del Ca-
nad est en camino para in-
corporarse a las mas.
"Mi director de adiestramien-
to es ese gran aviador belga,
el General Leboutte, hombre de
gran energa y dinamismo.
"Las diferencias de Idioma
son menos notables entre loa
aviadores que en ningn otro
lugar. Gran parte de la Jerga
Internacional usada en la avia-
cin es en Ingls, debido al a-
dlestramlento recibido por las
nuevas generaciones de avia-
dores europeos ya en Inglaterra,
ya en los Estados Unidos. Ve-
mos que los oficiales de estado
mayor que no saben Ingls
cuando se Incorporan a noso-
tros, lo aprenden rpidamente.
"Con el programa que est
en vigor actualmente y la
continua voluntad del pueblo
norteamericano creo que la
tarea de impedir el cruce del
Rin puede llevarse a cabo. Ya
hemos hecho muchsimo para
descartar el miedo de Europa.
Todava falta mucho por ha-
cer, asi como aumentar cosas
aqui y all; hay ansiedad y de
seo de ponerle manos a la obra
y aportar algo al acervo co-
mn.
"Nuestra organizacin no re-
presenta ya una simple espe-
ranza de ganar una posible
guerra contra los rusos. Es
mucho ms que eso: la espe-
ranza de que haya paz en el
mundo.
"81 fracasamos ahora bajo
los magnficos auspicios que te-
nemos gran parte de la es-
peranza del mundo se perder.
"Esto toma cuerpo fuera del
campo de un puro experimento
militar. Las fuerza morales es-
tn desempeando un gran pa-
pel detrs de las fuerzas ar-
madas. En realidad, estamos
empeados en dos campaas:
una por la seguridad militar
colectiva y la otra por la es-
peranza y la confianza en el
futuro. Espero que gane la l-
tima, pues puede que entonces-
sea la nica batalla que tenga-
mos que librar", dijo Norstad.
"Hemos creado ya en la Eu-
ropa occidental relaciones his-
tricas sin precedentes en tiem-
pos de paz. Hemos hecho planes
y hemos progresado a pesar de
las muchas dificultades con
que hemos tropezado. Me im-
presiona la gran voluntad del
pueblo para vencerlas. La opo-
sicin vna sido menos formi-
dable de lo que pensamos", ter-
min diciendo el General Nors-
tad.
Nombrado el Dr. C. 0. Rowe
Vice-Presidente del Instituto
de Asuntos nter-Americanos
NUEVA YORK, agosto 16.
1USI8) La demanda de tra-
bajadores para llevar a cabo
los grandes proyectos de cons-
truccin de los rusos en los es-
tados satlites ha estimulado
las deportaciones en masa en
Europa Oriental, segn informa
un corresponsal del New York
Times.
En despacho desde Vlena. el
corresponsal John MacOorn ac
cita una "Insaciable" demanda
de trabajadores que ha sido el
resultado del "traslado de ale-
manes tnicos, antiguos prisio-
neros de guerra, y de elementos
"Indignos de confianza" de un
satlite a otro para trabajar en
los grandes proyectos"-
Adems MacCormac menciona
otras dos categoras de evacua-
ciones:
1. La evacuacin de elemen-
tos polticos en quienes, no se
tiene confianza, de las ciuda-
des hacia el campo:
2. Deportacin de los habl-N
tantes de las fronteras de Hun-
gra, Rumania y Bulgaria con
Yugoeslavia.
Las victimna de estos repen-
tinos cambios declara MacCor-
mac. han sido los alemanes t-
nicos. Figuran ellos en la cate-
gora principal de personas de-
salojadas de una faja de 20 mi-
llas a lo largo de la frontera
rumanoyugoc slava.
Como en el caso de las eva-
cuaciones de las ciudades, dice
el corresponsal del Times los
traslados se han llevado a caco
con toda celeridad y brutalidad.
El aviso ha variado entre cua-
tro y cuarenta y ocho horas, y
se ha pemitido a los deportados
llevar consigo tan slo los ense-
res esenciales, sin hacerse ex-
cepciones por razones de edad,
infancia o enfermedad".
Muchos de los deportados fue-
ron llevados a Galatl, no lejos
del punto donde el Danubio de-
semboca en el Mar Negro, y se
especula acerca de que se les
destine a trabajar en las obras
del canal del Danubio al Mar
Negro.
MacCormac relata la suerte
de los prisioneros de guerra a-
lemanes y austracos que fueron
enviados a estas obras cuando
se imaginaban que eran repa-
triados El corresponsal cita los
crculos tnicos alemanes en
V'iena como fuente de su infor-
macin de que la Unin Sovi-
tica ha hecho arreglos con los
satlites para la devolucin de
unos 200,000 alemanes tnicos
trasladados a Alemania Orien-
tal desde Checoeslovaquia, Ru-
mania, Polonia y Hungra en
1946. Indica que su regreso r.o
slo sealarla su retorno a dus
hogares sino se les pondra a
trabajar dondequiera que, "el
rgimen considere apropiado a-
llmentar el mercado del ham-
bre creado entre los obreros por
sus ambiciosos planes. Su dis-
persin entre poblaciones ex-
traas y a menudo hostiles ha-
ra ms fcil manejarlos y'su-
mergir s,u nacionalidad".
WASHINGTON, agosto 17. V-
(U8I81. El nombramiento del
doctor Chauncey O. Rowe, vice-
presidente del Instituto de A-
suntos nter-americanos fue a-
nunclado hoy en las oficinas
centrales del Instituto por el
Presidente del mismo, Sr. Ken-
neth R. Iverson.
El nuevo funcionario tiene
amplia experiencia administra-
tiva en empresas oficiales y
invadas, asi como en asuntos
nteramericanos.
EN PELIGRO UN VAPOR
HONDURENO
BUENO8 AIRES, agosto 17.
(UP). El vapor hondureno
"Don Guillermo' inform por
radio, que haba sufrido una
averia en el casco, cuando na-
vegaba en alta mar. El barco
trata ahora de regresar al puer-
to brasileo de Rio Grande, del
que sali ayer rumbo a Buenos
Aires, con un cargamento de
maderas. El capitn Italiano Ul-
darlco Serra y quince tripulan-
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nave.
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la Divisin de Pelculas de 1942
a 1945. El doctor Rowe obtuvo
su titulo de Doctor en Filo-
sofa en la Universidad de
Washington.
El Instituto de Asuntos nter-
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