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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"BRANIFF
WASHINGTON
AN INDEPENDENT^
m&
DAILY NEWSPAPW
ONE WAY ^$140.45
ROUND TRIP $2(4.15
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
Seagram's V.O. fi
CANADIAN WHISKY Ji
TWENTY -SIXTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1S1
riVE CENTS
UN Infantry Attacks Reds
Behind Artillery Barrage
(NEA Telephoto)
FIGURES IN OSS CASE The U.S. Defense Department has accused Lt. Aldo Icardi (left)
and Sgt. Carl G. Lo Dolce (right) of murdering Maj. William V. Holohan (center) while the
three men were oh a mission behind enemy lines In Italy seven years ago during World War
II. Because of legal technicalities, the alleged slayers cannot be prosecuted In the U. 8., but
Italy has asked for their extradition for trial under Italian law.

Italy May Try
Ex-OSS
In Absentia
Agents
Hurricane Bowls Jamaica,
Veers To Yucatan Channel
MIAMI. Aug. 18. (UP) A dan-
gerous hurricane, with 125 m.p.h.
winds, hit Jamaica today and
roared across the Caribbean Sea
towards the Yucatan Channel.
Kingston was pounded last
night by 90 m.pii. winds and hea-
vy rain.
The hurricane moved along the
south coast of the British Island
and is now located 550 miles
south of Miami, heading towards
the Oulf of Mexico at 70 m.p.h.
It is expected to pass the
Grand Cayman Island this after-
noon and reach the Yucatan pen-
Insular or the Yucatan Channel
area tomorrow.
The Weather Bureau warned
today: "This is a dangerous hur-
ricane and extreme caution
should continue over the north-
west Caribbean Sea."
Pan American Airways recelv-
UN Insists
Battle Line
Be Defendable
Sa message from their station
Montego Bay, on the north
side of Jamaica this morning re-
porting that everything was OK
for the plane due there shortly
before noon to land. -
Panagra and BOAC have re-
ceived no word yet from their
weather stations at Kingston.
Aerologlst C. L. Megger of 'r,uce "e?llatr "nltedT Statf*
Miami, who flew In the hurrl- V' Ad/nl/a'CtTU!i5r Jy,fald
cane hunter plane from San;toda.y,tnat lne..Vn.l.tM Ntlong
PEACE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 18,
(UP) Chief United Nations
PRINCIPALS IN WAR DRAMA In this World War II snap-
shot, taken behind enemy lines in Italy, are most of the peo-
ple Involved In the bizarre slaying of Maj. William Holohan,
allegedly killed by two of his fellow OSS men. Left to right
(back row), Maj. Holohan, Lt. Aldo Icardi and Sgt. Carl G.
Lo Dolce, whom the Defense Department accuses of the
murder, and Lt. Victor Giannlno of Elkhart, Ind., (front row),
Glno and Italian partisan; Sgt. Arthur Clarmlola of Boston,
and Red. another partisan.
Colon Free Zone Is Making
History In US-RP Trading
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 'UP)
Clifford Maduro, special repre-
sentative of the Panamanian
government, said today that
when the Free Trade Zone at Co-
lon reaches its full development.
possibly within a year, it will be
a historic step In expanding trade
relations between Latin America
and the United States.
Maduro, a well known Colon
merchant in New York on a mis-
sion for the Panam government,
told the United Press that the
Free Zone will be a clearing house
offering traders to the Americas
a chance to Increase trade as
never before.
"The Zone, located at the
Crossroads of the World, will per-
mit merchants, to package, pro-
cess, manufacture and exhibit
merchandise at the midway point
of the continent, easily accessible
to both East and West Coast
ports by air and sea."
As an exampie, he added, the
latin American countries could
ip raw materials to tha Zone
r
processing, without paying
United States import duties, then
export the finished product. On
the other hand United States
linns also have strong taxing in-
$250 Million
Heat Wave Holds
Grip On Texas
DALLAS, Aug. lt (UP) A
254) million dollar heat wave
which has cl aimed 38 lives
since August 4, today continu-
ed to hold Texas In an ui.re-
lenting grasp.
Most of the state has had no
rain since July 2. and tempera-
tures have soared at high as
116 degrees Farenhelt. Since
August 1 few stations have
failed to record IN plus tem-
peratures daily.
The State Agricultural com-
missioner gloomily estimated
the crop loss at "a Barter of a
billion dollars." He said that
conditions are growing worse
at the rate of millions of dol-
lars daily.
The State's anticipated plen-
tiful cotton crop of five million
bales has been slaahed to one
million bales by the prolonged
heal wave.
centlves to establish manufac-
turing plants In the Zone.
One of Maduro's missions is to
contact manufacturing firms to
determine the number Interested
In the Zone's site.
He revealed that the Gillette
Export division had already been
established In the Free Zone,
and the Parke-Davls drug com-
pany has signed a contract to
move Its export department to
Panam.
"At first Parke-Davls plans to
distribute only, then package,
and finally manufacture Its prod-
ucts for distribution to Latin
America," Maduro stated."
He added that other firms also
expressed an interest in the pro-
ject as a sort of permanent fair
where the Latin American cus-
tomer's can see the United States
products without the inconveni-
ence of long trips.
Maduro also submitted a re-
quest to the Steamship confer-
ence for preferential rates on the
products sent south via the Free
Zone. He said he had asked the
Panam' Line to cut loading and
unloading costs at the Cristobal
piers and had received an en-
couraging response.
During his two or three-week
stay here Maduro has planned to
survey the operation of New
York's Free Zone.
Civil Air Patrol
Formed In RP
The Panamanian National Ci-
vil Delense commission today
created a Panamanian Civil Air
Patrol which is to cooperate
with the United States In the
defense of the Panama Oanal.
The Defense Department had
issued an extraordinary state-
ment Wednesday accusing Icardi
and Lodolce of slaying Holohan
during a 1944 cloak-and-dagger
mission behind the enemy lines
In Italy.
It said they cannot be tried
by court martial because they
have been honorably discharg-
ed from the Army, and cannot
be tried in U.S. civil courts be-
cause the crime was committed
on foreign soil.
Defense officials said there are
"eight or 10" other cases under
study in which former service-
men are suspected of committing
crimes while overseas during the
war. Thev would not say whether
any of these crimes Involved
murder, or whether any of them
may be made public later.
It was learned, however, that
the decision to air the charges a-
gainst Icardi and Lodolce was ap-
proved by Acting Defense Secre-
tary Robert A. Lovett, and was
based on official belief that wide-
spread press and radio publicity
might help to bring the case dra-
matically to the attention of Ital-
ian authorities.
While unwilling to give de-
tails on similar "trial-proof"
crimes committed during the
war, defense officials empha-
(Continued on Page 8, Col. 8)
Egyptian Channel
Swimmers Spurn
British Prize Money
CAIRO. Aug. 18. (UP) In-
formed sources here said today
that the Egyptian government
had advised Its three English
channel swimmers to reject the
prize money and cups from the
London Daily Mail, and promised
them that they would be liberally
compensated.
They said the Egyptian gov-
ernment's instructions were pass-
Fer-de-Lance Bile
On Serious List
____
TURIN. Italy. Aug. 18, It was learned here today that
the prospect of extraditing two
United States ex-soldiers to Italy |H-._ #__ I HJL.U
to stand trial lor the murder of Kim LdlOl WllllC
their commanding officer Is
"slim," but Italian. Courts will
try them in absentia.
The Procurator General of the
Turin Tribunal said that treaty
provisions between the United
States and Italy do not appear to
make possible the extradition of
former Lieutenant Aldo Icardi of
New York and ex-Sergeant Carl
Lo Dolce of Rochester.
In Washington, meanwhile, a
defense department spokesman
said today the wartime murder
of Maj. William Holohan will be-
come a "closed case" unless the
two former U.8. Army secret a-
gents are extradited to Italy for
trial.
The second snake-bite victim
in three weeks was in Gorgas
Hospital today on the seriously
111 list after having been bitten
by a deadly 5 ft. fer-de-lance.
Carol H. "Choppy" White, a
21 year old American who had
been hunting In the Pueblo
Nuevo area of Panama, killed
the snake that bit him. ad-
ministered first-aid from a kit
that he carried and them walk-
ed four miles to get assistance.
He was rushed to the hospital
by a friend.
White was bitten yesterday
Juan, Puerto Rico, yesterday re-
ported the storm had an unu-
sual "hazy" eye some 22 miles
in diameter.
He said the sky was "never
must keep a battle Une capable of
stopping any Communist attack
till a final settlement of the Ko-
rean problem seems assured.
"It would be foolhardy and
perhaps disastrous to accept a
visible fTom the calm eye at'"""" ""* lne 38th *""
anytime" because of a haze ex-
tending from the sea upward.
The U. S. naval base at Guan-
tanamo Bay, Cuba, ordered
allel," he warned.
Joy said: "The primary mission
of every military commander is
to ensure the security of his forc-
"condition baker," which placed ,es at all times. It la a paramount
aU Its installations on a 24-!and Inescapable obligation of
hour emergency alert and set which he must never lose sight,
the stage for "condition able", "Some people confuse the end-
lf the vicious storm switched ing of World War I and World
northward or northwestward. war II. which saw one side the
Tourists and residents of victor and the other side the van-
Miami were gradually warning; qulshed. with the situation ex-
up to what could be their first is ting In Korea today,
big blow of the year.
The hurricane first develop-
ed Wednesday 1,600 miles from
the Florida peninsula.
Miami newspapers and radio
stations were receiving more
and more calls on the progress
of the storm and newsboys were
using the hurricane as their
sales headline.
Zachariah J. Jones,
Retired CZ Employe,
Dies At Gorgas
Zachariah 7. Jones, an em-
around 5 p. m. according to a ploye of the Panama Railroad
police report and was struck: from 1920 until his retirement
In February. 1950, died yester-
day afternoon at Gorgas Hos-
pital where he had been a pat-
lent since last June 18. He was
63 years old.
on the outside of the left leg,
about four to six Inches above
the ankle. Gorgas Hosiptal of-
ficials report him in much Im-
proved condition although he
will remain on tne serlouslyy ill
list until the danger passes. A native of Plesantvllle. N. J\.
Several weeks ago, a 34 year Mr. Jones was employed by the
old Panamanian woman who I Receiving and Forwarding
was bitten by a snake had her > Agency in March, 1920, after
left leg amputated, but is re- his discharge here from the Ar-
ported no longer on the seri- my with which he had served
ously ill list.
Ricardo A. Lince
City Editor Of
El Panama America
Ricardo A. Lince, one of the
best known of Spanish lan-
guage newspaper men in Pana-
ma, today was named City Edi-
tor of El Panama America.
Lince had been acting In the
position since the resignation of
Armando Moreno G., the pre-
sent Secretary of the Ministry
of Government and Justice.
seven years. Before Joining
the Army he had worked as a
roofer in New Jersey.
In 1922 and 1923 he worked
as a clerk with the United Fruit
Company In Cristobal, rejoining
the Receiving and Forwarding
Agency in September. 1923. He
was made a stevedore foreman
In 1926 and In 1933 was pro-
moted to head stevedore fore-
man, a post he held when he
retired.
Mr. Jones Is survived by his
wife, Elizabeth. They have been
living In Gamboa.
Funeral arrangements will be
announced later.
"Here we have two combat-ef-
fective military organizations
whose delegations are attempting
to reach an agreement on a mili-
tary armistice between the two
military forces In being.
"Both sides are capable of con-
tinuing their military action.
"International law specifically
8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, Aug. 18 (UP) Thousands
of United Nations troops attacked Communist positions
along a 25 mile front today behind one of the most devas*
tating artillery bombardments of the Korean War.
The United Nations made steady gains against fan-
atical Red resistance.
The infantry fought to the accompaniment of scream-
ing United Nations aerial strikes and booming artillery
barrages.
Meanwhile United States Sa-
bres and Russian-built Mig-15s
fought two air battles In Mig
Alley Just below the Manchu-
ria n border.
One Mlg was claimed prob-
ably destroyed and another
damaged.
The first fight of the day
which was the first clash be-
tween Mlgs and Sabres since
July 11 occurred above Son-
chon. About 30 Mlgs Jumped 29
Sabres. One Mlg was damaged
before the Reds flew back be-
yond the Yalu.
In the second fight 28 Sa-
bres tangled with 24 Mlgs near
Sinulju. This dogfight swung
between 35,000 ft. and 15.000 ft.
It lasted five minutes and end-
ed with the Mlgs in full flight
back to the Yalu.
The red-nosed Mlgs In today's
fighting are believed to be from
a crack Red squadron. Previous-
ly they have proved more ag-
gressive than other Mlg units.
B-26s last night bombed three
supply trains trying to use the
line from Namsl to Chongju, In
northwest Korea.
Two were probably destroyed
and the other damaged serious-
ly-
Both sides threw platoon and
defines an armlstce as a tempor- company sized units into almost
ary auspenson of hostilities continual fighting for strategic
just as specifically points i hills north of Yanggu and Inje
that hostilities may be fesunu on the east coast.
by either side if proper prior no- I United Nations naval units
tlflcatlon is given. kept up the non-stop bombard-
Iment of both coasts of North
'These military components of Korea,
the United Nations command are |
being employed effectively in
Korea today: ground forces, air
forces and naval forces.
"The enemy has only one of
these forces at his disposal,
namely his land army.
"His other two forces are Inef-
fective.
"A military armistice will be
applicable to our air and naval
forces as well as to our ground
forces.
Jap Peace Parley Will Mark
TVs First USWide Program
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 (UP) for the TV cameras. The Rus-
Coast to coast television's first slans announced this week that
program will beam the Japanese they would send a delegation to
peace conference sessions In San the meeting and observers pre-
Franclsco across the nation Sept. diet they will try to block the
4, It was announced today. treaty.
The American Telephone and Wall Street reacted quickly to
Telegraph Company said lt would the news that TV would operate
advance the opening of Its cross- coast to coast. Television stocks
country television facilities to the gained up to 1 and points
starting date of the treaty con- shortly after the AT Ac T an -
ference, at the request of the nouncement.
. It previously The company said that some
had planned to begin East-West details of the telecast broadcast
State Department.
Captain Walter D. Robison, of ed to the swimmers at Folkestone
the U. S. Civil Air Patrol, sta- I through the Egyptian ambassa-
tloned at Albrook, presided over dor in London, Ab Felfattah Amr
the meeting this, morning In Pasha.
Panama.
Marcos Miranda was appoint-
ed Chief of the Civil Air Pa-
trol. He will hold the rank ap-
proximating that of Major in
the L'.iited States Air Force.
James Smith was named execu-
tive captain.
Marcos Gelabert. director of
the Department of Civil Aero-
nautics, was named Squadron
Commander."
The swimmers. Including the
cross channel winner Mareeh
Hassan Hamad, caused a sensa-
tion at the banquet last night
when they refused the cups and
returned the prlae money.
Their Egyptian manager. Brig.
Gen. Dr. Mahammed Sabrl Bey
announced that the cups had
been refused because, as he said,
the Daily Mail had printed "abu-
sive and untrue statements about
our King."
television programs about Sept. still must be worked out between
30, in time for West Coast view- the networks and the State De-
ers to see the World Series. partment.
The company's new $40,000,000 The long lines department of
radio-telephone system, the long- the American Telephone and Te-
est microwave system In the legraph Company, which deve-
world. opened here today. loped the system In three years
The new channels began car- said telephone messages and te-
rylng hundreds of telephone calls levlsion programs will be relayed
across the nation for the first across the continent by a chain
time by radio rather than wire of 107 microwave towers spaced
or cable. The microwave system about 30 miles apart,
provides the first television tie The new channel was opened
between the East and West at noon with a conversation ber
coasts. tween the New York and San
The meetings at San FrancLs- Francisco heads of AT&T's long
co, called to arrange a peace lines department. Wayne Coy,
treaty between the allies of chairman of the Federal Corn-
World War II and the Japanese, muntcations Commission parti-
could provide plenty of fireworks cipated In the ceremony.
"The inexorable pressure these
two forces are now exerting on
the enemy's rear will be relieved.
He will be able to refurbish his
military machine, regroup and
resupplv his fighting forces and
thus substantially increase his
overall military effectiveness.
"On the other hand the United
Nations command today is alrea-
dy at peak efficiency, well organ-
ized In -combat formations and
well supplied with all weapons of
war."
8 Military Jets
Roar For Detroit
In Bendix Race
MUROC, Calif., Aug. 18 (UP)
Eight sleek jet military planes
roared off at Edwards Air Force
base today for Detroit In the
first all-Jet staging of the Bendix
Trophy race.
At six-minute intervals, three
bombers, three fighter bombers,
and two fighters took off, and
expected to arrive over Detroit
1,920 miles away In about four
hours elapsed time.
A new speed record for the race
is likely to be set this year. For
the first time since It was Inau-
gurated In 1931, the event this
year was limited to Jet powered
planes. With Jets available only
to the military services, the race
Is being flown by military pilots.
Yoshida Heads
Jap Delegation
To Peace Talks
TOKYO, Aug. 18 (UP) Prim
Minister Shlgeru Yoshida will
head the multi-party Japanese
delegation to the peace signing
ceremonies in San Francisco,
which will reoresent three-quart-
ers of the Diet strength.
The People's Democratic party
decided today that lt wduld send
a delega te to San Francisco,
along with the Prime Minister
Yoshida's Liberal party and the
Green Breess society, the third
party of the upper house.
The six-man official delegation
was approved by a special Dies
session last night just before 18
adjourned.
During the Interrogation ea~
aions yesterday and today op-
position members insistently and
repeatedly questioned Yoshida
about the purposed pact. Their
questions ran along the following
themes:
1. Is there to be any time limit
on the garrisoning agreement?
2. Is there any secret clause la
lt that Yoshida is hiding?
3. Is It a condition of the peace
to which Yoshida has commit-
ted Japan without consulting tha
Diet and the Japanese people?
4. Is It based on secret com
mltments to rearm Japan?
Concerning Japan's rearma*
ment Yoshida said, "There is ab
solutely no secret pact regarding
rearmament between Japan and
the United States.
Ou La La!
GRENOBLE, France, Aug. 18
(UP) A giant chimpanzee In a
circus show last night strode up
to one of the spectators, clasped
him in Its arms, and planted a
long languishing kiss on his
head, then calmly walked away.
The spectator was Viscount
Pierre De La Gontrle. president
of the Justice commission at
the French Council of the Re-
public.
Hey Gals, The Fleet's In!!
Missouri, Task Force Tie Up
The battleship Missouri, spear- The Missouri, commanded by of the Republic of Panam, Alcl
heading a task ;orceof five ships, Captain O. C. Wright, task group biades Arosemena, Issued lnvlta-
arrlved at Pier 9 In Cristobal ex- commander, carries the flag of tlons for a luncheon that was
actly at 8 this morning, for a Rear Admiral James L. Holloway, held at the Presidencia at 12:45
three-day stopover In Panam, Jr., commander of the Cruiser p.m. today.
with 3400 officers and men Force, Atlantic Fleet. The Strangers Club of Colon
aboard. scheduled a tea dance this after-
Although lt was announced Accompanying the Missouri noon from 4 to 6 in honor of Ad
that there would be no general will be the destroyers USS Vogel- mlral Holloway, the officers,
visiting aboard the ships of the gesangflagship of Commander midshipmen and guests of tha
task force, members of the Arm- C. B. Jones, commander of De- Secretary of the Navy from the
ed Services In uniform, and their stroyer Division 42USS Stein- task group.
dependents as well as members aker, U88 H. J. Ellison and USS Admiral Bledsoe has issued in-
of the Reserve components and Bordelon. Embarked for this vitations for a luncheon In honor
their dependents wlil be permit- training cruise will be some 1100 of Admiral Holloway on Monday,
ted when proper Identification Is naval reserve officer training Dances for the enlisted men of
presented. midshipmen, 200 officers, 10 the Task Group will beheld to-
Visiting hours for both Armed guests of the Secretary of the night and Monday night at tha
Forces and Reserve personnel Navy and 2100 enlisted men. Cristobal YMCA beginning at 8.
will be from 1 to 4 p.m. today Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled- The YMCA Junior Hostesses from
and Monday. There will be no soe and party, Captain Lyle L. both the Cristobal and Balboa
visiting 8unday due to prepara- Koepke, commanding officer, U. YMCA's will be on hand to enter-
tlons which are under way for S. Naval Station, Coco Solo, and tain the visiting sailors. Visiting
the Presidential reception and the Pacific Sector U. S. Army midshipmen will be given an in-
dance. Guests permitted aboard Band will be on hand to welcome formative tour of Gatun Locks.
Sunday will be by invitation only, the visiting task group. Special trains will leave Pier 9
Fifteenth Naval District Head- A joint ceremony at Quarry daily for Panam City for the
quarters announced that the task Heights took place at 11 this convenience of sightseers,
group commander would give morning in honor of Admiral Sightseeing tours to historic
overnight liberty to officers and Holloway. Attending the cere- Fort San Lorenzo, the ancient
chief petty officers, and a 12:30 mony were Lt. Gen. William H. fortification guarding the mouth
a.m. curfew to senior midshipmen H. Morris, Jr., Admiral Bledsoe, of the Chagres River have also
whereas sophomore midshipmen Brig. Gen. Emll C. Kiel, and Brig, been arranged as well as shop-
could have until 11:30 p.m., and Gen. Francis A. March. pin? tours to Panam City,
crewmen until 2:30 a.m. An ex- After making his official calls. The visiting party of mldshlp-
tenslon would be granted as nee- Admiral Holloway will be the din- men have been gathered from
essary for those returning on spe- ner gaest of Captain Koepke, at twenty colleges ranging the
clal trains which arrive at Cris- Coco Solo tonight. length and breadth of the United
tobal Pier 9 at 12:05 a.m. His Excellency, the President States. '


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPI
SATURDAY. AUGUST II, 151
largo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
,New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristobal
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S.S. Cbiriqui ...................................Auk. 19
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................Aug. 29
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Sept. t
S.S. Levers Bend ...............................Sept. 3
S.S. Mayari ....................................Sept. 14
(Handlln. Rrfrlrrrairri Chlllril and r.rnrral Cario 1
Arrives
New York Freight Service Cristbal
S.S. Maya ......................................Aus. 18
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................Aii*. 21
S.S. Cape Avinof..............................Sept. 1
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................Sept. 9
Werkl> fallings lu Ktw Vurk. ri Angel, San franrtcco Seattle
Orraslonal Sailings to N>w Orlean* and nlntille
(The Sleamera In ihl servir are limited to twelve aaaaengerO
frequent t relshi Sailing* from Cristobal to Weal roan Cwrtral America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Arrives
Tela. Honduras Cristbal
S.S. Chiriqui ........ Passenger Service Only)..Aue 21
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Sept. 4
TELEPHONES:
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Company
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TO EUROPE:
HYDRA ............................Aur. 22
LIONEI.............................Auf. 22
WILLEMSTA .....................Sept. 3
TO THE CARIBBEAN:
HYDRA ............................Aur- 22
WILLEMSTAD .....................Sept. 3
HERSILIA.........................Sept. 14
TO ATLANTIC CENTRAL AMERICA:
YSSEL .............................Aur. 31
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU and CHILE:
HERSILIA .........................Auf. 31
HECUBA ..........................Sept. 30
TO PERU and CHILE:
BENNEKOM ........................Aur- 21
BAARN ............................Sept. 16
OLE BULL..........................Oct. 15
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________OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. 'LOBOS-' ...................................Aug. 24th
M.V. "SALAVERRY"..............................Aug. 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO".................. .Aug. 25th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "TALCA" .........f..........................Aug. 28th
S.S. "CUZCO"'...................................Sept. 8th
ROYAL MAIL LINES~LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH RYAN"" .............................Aug. 21st
3S. "LOCH AVON" ..............................Aug. 25th
'' ~ TO UK CONTINENT
I 8 S. "PAMPAS'' ..................................8ept. 7th
S.S. "DRINA" ....................................Sept. 27th
Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and Third Class
* 'Superior accommodation available lor passengers
All sailings subject to change without notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO.. Cristbal. Tel. 1654 1655
FORD COMPANY Inc., Panam Tel. 3-1257/1258: Balboa 1950
- SWEDISH TRANSATLANTIC LINE
:
Accepting passengers for
MONTREAL
by
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M.S. "PARRAMATTA"...Sailing 30th August
(Excellent accommodation available.
All rooms with private bathroom*.)
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Shipping & AirLine News
Intercoastal Shipping Seeks
Rate Increase to Avoid Crisis
An article appearing in the Au-
gust 10 issue of the NY Times said
in part:
Intercoastal shipping, which
has been hard pressed since
World War II in its efforts to
compete with transcontinental
rail lines, is reported to have
reached a crisis upon the outcome
of which its survival depends. In
the last few months alone a num-
ber of operators has diverted
ships from this trade to more
profitable runs, particularly that
of carrying coal and other Econ-
omic cooperation Administration
cargoes to Europe.
"Many of the major carriers In
the trade also admit they are se-
riously considering the with-
drawal of additional tonnage un-
less three is a definite improve-
ment in the situation by early
fall. The consensus among lead-
ers in the industry Is that no
ship on such a run can show a
profit at the present time unless
it is carrying a capacity cargo.
Last week the Intercoastal
Steamship Freight Association,
on behalf of major operators in
the trade, applied to the Inter-
state Commerce Commission for
an 8 per cent rate increase. The
application was accompanied by
an explanation of the reasons for
this action and requested that
the new rates become effective on
Sept. 1.
University of Arkansas
To Aid Panama Farmers
Fourteen agricultural and home
economics specialists from the
University of Arkansas, headed
by Dr. R. P. Bartholomew, asso-
ciate director of the Arkansas A-
gricultural Experiment Station,
left New Orleans Thursday for
Panama to offer technical assis-
tance to Panamanians in imorov-
ing their agriculture and home
economics.
Dr. Bartholomew will serve as
director of the National Institute
of Agriculture at Divisa, Panama,
which will be headquarters for
the mission. The project is a part
of President Truman's Point Four
Program.
L. A. Dhonau. assistant direc-
tor of the Arkansas Agricultural
Extension Service, will be asso-
ciate director of the Panaman-
ian extension program.
Others from the Arkansas ins-
titution taking part in the pro-
gram include: Dr. Roy W. Rob-
erts, head of the department of
Vocational Teacher Education,
who will serve as agricultural re-
search assistant in agronomy;
Kermit Q. Stephenson. a mem-
ber of the Institute of Science
and Technology staff, who will be
agricultural engineering assis-
tant; Charles E. Caviness. re-
search assistant at the Cotton
Branch Experiment Station, who
will be agricultural research as-
sistant in agronomy.
Mrs. Flora Friend, home de-
monstration agent, who will serve
as specialist in home economics;
Carl D. Koone. recent University
of Arkansas graduate, who will be
assistant in vocational agricul-
ture and W. A. Heffelfinger, pur-
chasing agent at the university,
who will be administrative assis-
tant.
Adviser to the mission is Wal-
terP. Sellers of the Office of For-
eign Agricultural Relations of the
United States Department of
Agriculture.
In explaining the work of the
mission, Dr. Lippert S. Ellis, dean
of the University of Arkansas
College of Agriculture, said:
"One or more Panamanians
will be assigned to each position
occupied by members of our mis-
sion and the duties will be turned
over to them just as rapidly as
they are ready to assume them."
Divisa is 120 miles west of Pa-
nama City and 20 miles east of
Santiago, in the heart of one of
the richest agricultural areas in
Panama.
Civil Defense Funds Slashed
Despite Grim Red A-Bomb News
WASHINGTON, Ang. 18 (UP) The Home Appro-
priations Committee voted yesterday to slash civil defense
funds by nearly 90 per cent despite Administration warn-
ings that U.S. Intelligence has received ominous "new in-
formation" on Russia's A-bomb production.
The committee approved $65,255,000 for the Federal
Civil Defense Administration during the 1952 fiscal year,
instead of the $535,000,000 urgently requested by Presi-
dent Truman.
The cut wiped out entirely a $250,000,000 fund to
begin construction of A-bomb shelters, and drastically re-
duced funds for stockpiling medical supplies and for Fede-
ral aid to State and City civil defense programs.
Civil Defense Administrator
Millard F. Caldwell raid the
funds approved by the com-
mittee are "totally inadequate
to provide a worthwhile civil
defense program for the pro-
tection of onr people."
The funds were Included in a
$1,677,566,000 supplemental mon-
ey bill for more than a dozen
Federal agencies. The overall sum
was $025,304,000 less than the Ad-
ministration sought.
The Atomic Energy Commis-
sion received $280,000,000only
$13,000,000 less than It askedto
firess construction of new plants
n South Carolina and Kentuc-
III Fated Taurinia
Postpones Sailing Date
CHARLESTON. 8.C., Aur. 18,
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FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. *SANTA LUISA" ............Due Cristbal, Aug. 22nd
8.8. "SANTA MARIA'1 ...........Due Cristobal, Aug. 29th
FROM WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" .........Sails Cristbal, Aug. 20th
S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" ...........Sails Cristbal, Aug. 27th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
MS. "GUNNER'S KNOT" ..........Due Balboa, Aug. 20th
S.S. SANTA FLAVIA"' ...........Due Balboa, Aug. 29th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
MS. "COASTAL NOMAD" ........Sails Cristbal, Aug. 22nd
'Balboa Only.
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A GIFT FOR YOU
THE SCOTT SPOON
Made of Durable Plastic
in Beautiful Colors
Tel. Cristbal 1781
Balboa 1065
NO EXTRA COSTI Ask for the
large Scott's Emulsion package
containing a beautiful tablespoon.
Obtainable in six attractive colors.
Then give your family this scien-
tific, vitamin-rich food-tonic every
day, as many doctors recommend.
You'll soon have a stronger and
healthier family.
A
(UP) The sailing date of the
ill-fated Italian Motorship Tau-
rinia from Charleston was post-
poned again today.
The ship was scheduled to
leave for Baltimore today. But
now it plans to get underway to-
morrow.
The Taurinia was struck by a
strange sickness in the Atlantic
that killed three of the crewmen
and made three others danger-
ously ill. The illness has not yet
been diagnosed by the U.S. Pub-
lic Health Service.
Six of the Taurinla's original
32 crewmen, including the three
who became ill at sea, have left
the ship and returned to their
homes in Italy by a liner. They
said they were through with the
sea.
74 Vacancies
Listed By Canal
There are 74 vacant positions
in the Canal organization to
which qualified, eligible employes
may transfer, according to the
latest Transfer-Vacancy Bullet-
in.
Thirty are classified and relat-
ed positions, and 44 are in the
craft group.
The classified and related po-
sitions are: clerk; accounting
clerk; cash accounting clerk;
time, leave, and payroll clerk;
clerk-stenographer; clerk-typist;
electrical designer; engineering
draftsman; civil eng i n e e r 1 n g
draftsman; civil engineer; civil
engineer, design; sanitary engi-
neer; fireman; food Inspector;
policeman; and signalman.
The vacant craft positions are:
carpenter foreman or leader;
yard and road conductor; igni-
tion and b a tt e r y electrician;
electroplater; chief towboat en-
gineer; floating crane steam en-
gineer; senior foreman with con-
crete experience; stevedore fore-
man; machinist, Inside, outside,
electrical, locomotive with air
brake experience, and refrigera-
tion; towboat master; dipper
dredge mate; construction equlp-
ment operator; lock operator,
cablespllcer, unqualified, qualifi-
ed; diver machinist; pipeline
suction dredge pump operator;
utility operator; body repairman
painter; planing mill hand; ship-
fitter; and leader wlreman.
Fruit Express Line
m.s.
'Washington Express1
sailing on or about
August 25lh, 1951
for
Los Angeles, Calif.
For passage
apply
C. FERNIE & (0.
3-1772 2-1657
NiGH Encrgy food tonic
ky, and to speed up A-bomb out-
put all along the line.
The money comes on top of
$1,000,000,000 previously voted
for the AEC in a regular appro-
priation bill.
The committee gave the Treas-
ury Department's Bureau of
Narcotics $250,000 to hire 32 ad-
ditional agents to fight the "con-
stant and alarming increase" in
Illegal drug traffic. The bureau
had asked for $400,000 to hire 57
additional agents.
In another controversial cut,
the committee gave the new Na-
tional Science Foundation only
$300,000 of the $14,000,000 Presi-
dent Truman asked. No money
was allowed for scholarships or
research projects in basic sci-
ence;
Associates reported that Cald-
well is "fighting mad" over the
civil defense cuts. They said he
will carry the fight to the Senate
where he hopes to get a better
break.
During the House committee's
hearings, made public Thursday,
Caldwell warned that a "drastic"
speedup In civil defense prepara-
tions is required on the basis of
"new atad vital information from
the Central Intelligence Agency
concerning Russia's capabilities."
He said this information In-
dicated American cities must
prepare for "heavier weapons"
than it was believed Russia had
previously.
Caldwell accuse dCongress of
discouraging public interest in
the Civil Defense program last
spring by giving him only $25,-
ouO.000 of the $403,000,000 he ask-
ed at that time. He challenged
the committee to provide enough
money for a "realistic" civil de-
fense program, or abandon it en-
tirely.
In its report yesterday, the ap-
propriations group replied to
Caldwell's charge that Congres-
sional economizing is to blame
for public apathy on civil de-
fense.
"The confidence of the Amer-
ican people in a civil defense
prof ram cannot be won mere-
ly by making large appropria-
tions of Federal funds," it said.
"Rather there mast be a real-
istic, well-coordinated pun
guaranteeing to the people the
maximum of protection for the
money expended,"
The committee ordered Cald-
well to use the reduced funds for
a program based primarily on
"training and education of the
general public."
Sinclair To Speak
Over Radio on GCEOC
Local 900 Activity
W. H. Sinclair, Staff Repre-
sentative, OCOEC-CIO, will speak
over a Radio Station m Colon to-
morrow at 3:00 p.m.
Sinclair will report on the
year's activities of Local 900.
Help Your Piles
.?'i..S" rMn *<*. Hcbln
i},"B.otil,r hour without trylnr
j!i-;r*!!wUpo.,*,,plic,lon ChlnaralS
tarta curbing Mia interim S wan: i.
Eaaea pain and ltokaa*. t Halpa ahrlnk
lora, awoltea Uavuea, 1. HalnV natura
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enmuneea. Xf
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Monarch finer foods
are today the stand-
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the world. They are pre-
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manner... but retain all the real
old-fashioned flavor. Five generations
have proved Monarch finer foods... the
BEST by TEST. There are over 500
Monarch finer foods. Ask for them in your
grocery tore. If your dealer doea not
stock Monarch finer foods, inquire of:
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Distributors'in the Republic:
COLON Tagaropulos, S. A. Tel. 1000
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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
- 10S Central ave. at
corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
Of 7th St.
Q. R. De ROIX
Manager.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
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SATURDAYS: from *: a.m. to U:M p.m.
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Total resources over $5^27,000,000.00
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SATURDAY, AUGUST It. 151

AMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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GENERAL AND MRS. MARCH GIVE DINNER
HONORING VISITING COLOMBIAN OFFICIALS
EnterUlnlnr for Chief f SUff of the Armed Forces of
Colombia. Brifadler General Carlos Bejarano Munoi and
members of his staff. Brigadier General and Mr. Francis
March were host* for a dinner at the Army and Navy Club
last evening. '
About twenty-seven nests attended the dinner. Other
honor fuests and members of the Colombian General s staff
were Colonel Marino R. Ospina, Acting- Commandant of the
Army, Lt. Colonel Miguel Gomes ArchlUa. Chief of the Me-
dical Service, and Lt. Colonel Alberto Boada.
make their home In Altadea,
California.
j Included with the gueats of
honor were Lt. General and Mrs.
William H. H. Morris. Jr.. Bri-
gadier General and Mrs. Robert
L. Howze, Colonel Stuart F. Vin-
cent, Chief of the Army Mission
to Colombia. Major and Mrs.
Warren H. Stutler, Colonel and
Mrs. Virgil F. Shaw, Charge d'-
affaires of Colombia. Dr. Leopol-
do Borda Roldan and Mrs. Borda,
Mrs. Jules Dubols, Colonel Na-
thaniel E. Borden, Lt. Colonel
and Mrs. Henry L. Miller. Col.
and Mrs. Moyers S. Shore. Col.
and Mrs. Francis Klntz. Captain
and Mrs. Fernando Lopez and
Lt. Arthur L. Burke.
cocktail party at their residence
In Golf Heights last evening.
Other guests were members of
the Panamanian Cabinet and
Panamanian officials connected
with the Point 4 program.
Visitors at El Panama
Df. A. Martinez of El Salvador
arrived by plane on Thursday
from San Salvador and Is a guest
at Hotel El Panama.
Dr. Martinez is connected with
the United Nations.
Chinese Minister
Leaving for Formosa
Chinese Minister to Panama
Cheng Chen Yu left by plane yes-
terday for a short official mission
to Formosa. During his absence
the First Secretary Yeun Pao
Chen will be Charge d'Afaires.
Cocktail Party
Counselor of the United States
Embassy and Mrs. Murray Wise
entertained a group of friends
with a cocktail party, at their re-
sidence in Bella Vista on Thurs-
day.
Returned Residents Honored
at Dinner by Some Friends
Giving a dinner in honor of
Colonel and Mrs. Edgar Gun-
ther and Mr. and Mrs. Russell
C. Melssner. a group of friends
gathered at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Donald V. Howerth in An-
cn. Hosts at the dinner were Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Hutchison. Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dombrowsky. Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Turner and
Mrs.BethaWilklaon.
Mrs. (Junther returned recent-
ly from New Zealand, where she
visited her family. Mr. and Mrs.
Melssher returned recently from
a vacation in the United States.
Returning from New York
Swedish Consul to Panama, Mr.
Carl-Axel janson is expected to
return by plane today from a few
days visit in New York,
To Visit Here...............
Miss Boletha Frajen of Hawaii
and her sister. Miss Olga Frajen,
arrived by plane yesterday to vis-
it their nephew and niece. Cap-
tain and Mrs. E. R. Winterhaler.
Louis C. Nolans Give
Party for Visitors
To introduce the new Point 4
Agricultural Delegation, who ar-
rived on Thursday night from
New Orleans, Commercial Atache
and Mrs. Louis C. Nolan gave a
ISTHMIAN DATA
Births
REINA, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. of
Bio Abajo, a daughter, Aug. 13
at Gorgas Hospital.
POLANCO, Mr. and Mrs. C. of
Red Tank, a son,* Aug. 13 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
ANDREWS, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
of Curundu. a son. Aug. 13 at
Gorgas Hospital.
DORFMAN. Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard of Balboa, a daughter, Aug.
13 at Gorgas Hospital.
PINTO. Mr. and Mrs. Victor H.
of Camp Blerd. twin sons, Aug. 13
at Colon Hospital.
MITCHELL. Mr. and Mrs. Win-
ston J. of Colon, a son. Aug. 13
at Colon Hospital.
JOHNSON, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel J. of Sliver City a daughter,
Aug. 13 at Colon Hospital.
WILLIAMS. Mr. and Mrs. Con-
rad A. of Silver City, a daugh-
ter, Aug. 13 at Colon Hospital,
i MAYLES, Mr. and Mrs. John
of Panama, a daughter. Aug. 14
(tt Gorgas Hospital.
Deaths
AYNES. Clifford I.. 61. of Ga-
tun, Aug. 15 at Colon Hospltai
Mrs. Mike Gomes
Honored at Shower
Mrs. Mike Gomez of Curundu
Heights was guest of honor at a
silver dollar baby shower and cof-
fee party at the home of Mrs.
Earl Best of Curundu Height* on
Wednesday morning.
Those present included Mrs.
Martin J. Hayes. Mrs. Dan Sny-
der, Mrs. Kenneth Hutchinson,
Mrs. W. F. Clarke, Mrs. Jo Ther-
rell, Mrs. Jessie Kaska. Mrs. Zell
Adams, Mrs. Mynette Beyers,
Mrs. Kay Schenck, Mrs. Justin
Patrick, Mrs. Henry Fischer and
Mrs. Paul Saarinen.
Mr. R. Fusonl of Argentina ar-
rived from Costa Rica by plane on
Thursday and is staying at Ho-
tel El Panama.
Mr. Fusoni is also connected
with the United Nations.
Departed House Guest
Miss Eleanor Falco of New Ha-
ven, Connecticut, left yesterday
aboard the S.S. Ancon after vis-
iting for a feW days with Dr. and
Mrs. Carlos Icaza of Panama Ci-
ty. ____
Mr. and Mrs. Haszard
are Hosts for Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Haz-
zard entertained.with a dinner at
their residence in Balboa last
evening. Inviting Dr. and Mrs.
Glen Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Adler. Mr. and Mrs. Phil-
lip Arrieta and Mr. and Mrs. Je-
rome Prager.
Mr. and Mrs. Hazzard are leav-
ing on the 21st of September to
Birthday Party
In celebration of his birthday,
John T. Fogarty, Jr.. son of Mr.
and Mrs. John T. Fogarty, had
a group of his friends to a party
at his parents residence on La
Cresta Thursday afternoon.
Elks To Sponsor
Charity Ball
The Benevolent and Protective
Order of the Elks of the Panama
Canal Zone is sponsoring a chari-
ty ball at Hotel El Panama on
October 5. Keynoting the affair
will be a floor show and a water
show.
Tickets are now on sale for the
show.
'Animal Vision'
Is Dr. Milne's
Lecture Subject
Dr. Lorus J. Milne, of the
scientist-naturalist team of Lo-
rus and Margery Milne, will
have as his subject, "Whaf Does
An Animal See?" for his lec-
ture on lght preceptlon and vi-
sion in animals before the Pan-
ama Canal Natural History So-
ciety.
Teh lecture will take place at
8:00 p. m. at the Gorgas Insti-
tute on Wednesday.
The two Mllnes have been
conducting a reasearch program
in the physiology of vision, par-
ticularly among invertebrate
animals. They are studyng, In
the Canal Zone and Panama to
become acquainted with the
tropical aspects of this broad
problem.
This subject is particularly fa-
miliar to the Milnes. They have
already presented popular ar-
ticles on certain aspects, such
as "Insect Vision" In the Scien-
tific American, and on "The
Quantum and Life" in the
Scientific Monthly. They are
now preparing a new book en-
titled "Light Preceptlon In In-
vertebrate Animals" to be pub-
lished by the Cranbrook Insti-
tute of Science in Bloomfield
Hills, Michigan.
The Milnes are faculty mem-
bers of the University of New
Hampshire. They are the au-
thors of the popular natural
history book "A Multitude of
Living Things" and of the forth-
coming book "Famous Natural-
ists for Young, People" as well
as other books.'
The magazine "Natural His-
tory" of the American Museum
of Natural History has publish-
ed many of their interesting ar-
ticles.
NEWLYWEDS IGNORED
ELY. Vt. (Up.) A folder
of the Lake Falrlee Club here
describes its attractions and adds
this line: "Special inattention Is
given to honeymooners."
25...or over? Keep your skin young-looking
with
FORMULAYER!
If your tkin it dry...if yon tee tiny
lines it your eyet. mouth, throat... Urt using FORMULATES
t once, ayerocen, the ictie. non-hormone ingredient in
this spuing new cretin by Htrriet Hubbtrd Ayer, worki where
betuty begin*-iecondst.in deep...to help supply the littl
oitture your tkin must hsve to look young
tnd lovely.
AGENCIAS ADOLFO SAMUDIO
55 PERU AVE. TEL. 3-1286
Townsite Planning
Is Forum Subject
For Civil Engineers
The Panam section, American
Society of Civil Engineers, will
hold their next meeting Monday
at 7:30 p.m. in the Balboa Little
Theater. "Townsite Planning" Is
the subject for discussion and
should be of special Interest to
the members in view of the pres-
ent Panam Canal building pro-
gram.
Speakers for the evening will
be Taylor D. Lewis, Howard M.
Glfft, and Melvln M. Rotsch, ciril
engineers employed by the Engi-
neering division, Engineering and
Construction bureau. Their Job is
to study traffic, sanitary and oth-
er problems in connection with
the new townsites being planned
under the Panam Canal Com-
pany's housing program.
They have made special stu-
dies and worked on problems In-
volving traffic routing, landscape
and park design, drainage and
erosion control work, and sani-
tary facilities in city planning
both in the United States and
Europe.
Refreshments will be served at
the end of the business meeting.
Squeeze Tightened
On Czechoslovakia
For Oatis' Release
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (UP)
The Senate Foreign Relations
Committee yesterday called for
a total boycott of U. S. trade
with Chechoslovakia until Amer-
lcan newspaperman William N.
Oatis Is released from a Com-
munist Czech Jail.
Without dissenting vote, the
committee approved a resolu-
tion passed unanimously by the
House last Tuesday. It now oes
to the Senate floor where final
passage Is assured.
The resolution voices the
..profound indignation" of Con-
gress over the "sham trial and
unjust conviction" of Oatis, who
was Associated Press bureau
manager in Prague.
He was sentenced to 10 years
Imprisonment on "spy" charges
but his trial showed that h?
did no more than the normal
duties of a foreign correspon-
dent.
The State Department al-
ready has Initiated action to
revoke U. 8. tariff coneestn".
to Czechoslovakia a move
that would sharply curar e
export trade to the United
States from which the Commun-
ist Czech povemment now
earns about $25,000,000 annual-
ly.
V *
U. 8. exports to Czechoslo-
vakia already have been cut to
a trickle about $100.000 a
month bv strict bans on
shipments of strategic goods to
Iron Curtain countries.
. The State Department also Is
working out plans to bar Czech
commercial airliners from flv-
ing over the U. S. zone of West-
ern Germanv.
That would be a major blow
at the lucrative airline Industry
which fans out from Czechoslo-
vakia, over Western Germany,
to most of Europe.
wm
. JACOfY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
Calvary Baptist
Church Anniversary
Program Tomorrow
Oalvarv Baptist Church (Cho-
rrillo) will observe its Anniver-
sary tomorrow with a special
program at 3:00 p. m. and at
7:30 p. m. special service. At
this service the Rev. A. W.
Crooks will be the Preacher.
On Monday, at 7:30 p. m. a
Public Meeting. Rev. Pond and
Wolf will be the speakers. These
two Southern Baotist Missiona-
ries are recently from the
States.
The general public is cordially
lnylted to attend.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, AUGUST lg. 1951
Yankees Edge A's 3-2 To Tie Indians For Lead
Brazen Fix Exposed As Eight
Bradley U. Players Indicted
American League I National Leagut
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Cleveland. 72 .832
New York .72 42 .632
Boston. ... 68 46 .596 4
Chicago. 63 51 .553 9
Detroit ... 53 59 .473 18
Washington 47 66 .416 24'a
Philadelphia 45 72 385 28',.
St. Louis .35 77 .312 36
TODAY'S GAMES
Cleveland at Chicago.
Detroit at St. Louis.
Boston at Washington (N).
Philadelphia at New York.
P YESTERDAYS RESULTS
ZZ FIRST GAME
Cleveland 000 000 0011 5 0
Chicago 030 100 30x7 10 0
...Feller (19-51. Rozek and He-
jan: Pierce 112-10 > and Sheely.
.__ SECOND GAME
Sveland 001 200 0003 8 3
cago 200 300 03x8 10 4
Chakales (3-41, Brsale, Garcia
9d Tebbetts; Gumpert Aloma
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NIGHT GAMES
^Philadelphia.......... 2
New York............ 3
(12 Innings)
Boston.............. 7
^Washington.......... 4
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_* Detroit.............. 5
Z St I.nuls............ 4
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B,
Brooklyn 73 40 .848
New York. 66 51 .564 9
Philadelphia 57 58 .496 17
St. Louis 54 55 .495 17
Boston. ... 53 58 .477 19
Cincinnati 52 61 .469 II
Chicago. 50 81 .450 22
Pittsburgh 47 68 .409 27
TODAY'S GAMES
Brooklyn at Boston (N).
New York at Philadelphia (N).
Chicago at Pittsburgh.
St. Louis at Cincinnati.
YE8TERDAY'S RESULTS
FIRST GAME (Twilight)
Brooklyn 000 011 0013 7 0
Boston 000 000 0011 3 1
Erskine U4-8> and Campanel-
Ia; S-rkont (9-10', Estock and
St. Claire.
NIGHT GAMES
(Second Game)
Brooklyn............ 3
Boston.............. 4
New York............ 8
Philadelphia.......... 5
St. Louis............ 2
Cincinnati.......... 1
Chicago ............. 3
Pittsburgh..........
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NEW YORK, Aug. 18A braien
fix ring that tired of piecemeal
deals and tried to "buy" the
Bradley University basketball
team for an entire season waa
exposed yesterday as three play-
ers and eight accused fixers were
Indicted on bribery charges.
Gene Melchiorre, George Chla-
nakas and Bi 1 Mann, three of
the game's greatest collegiate
stars, were charged by the New
York County grand Jury with
conspiracy and agreeing to ac-
cept a bribe. Indicted with them
were these eight alleged fixers-
Nicholas Englisis and his broth-
er. Anthony; Saul Feinberg,Mar-
vin Mansberg, Jack Rubensteln,
EH Kay, Jack West and Joseph
Benintende.
West and Benintende are fugi-
tives from the police. Benintende,
a new name to crop up In the
scandal, was described as "a very
dangerous man with a record of
bank robbing" and "the kingpin
of the betting ring who bet as
much as $50,000 per game."
But Assistant District Attorney
Vincent O'Connor made it plain
he considered yesterday's indict-
ments "small potatoes" compared
to the work of the ring out of the
New York authorities' jurisdic-
tion. He said there's plenty for
Illinois authorities to work on.
The ring, he said, once offered
Melchiorre as much as $10,000 to
throw a single game. It sent writ-
ten Instructions to the players
and balled them out when they
didn't play as they were told.
The Indictments. O'Connor
said, stemmed from the Bradley-
Bowling Green meeting which
was the consolation game In the
National Invitation Tournament
at Madison Square Garden In
New York In March. 1949. Mel-
chiorre, Chlanakas and Mann
agreed to take $500 each to throw
the game, the Indictment
charges.
But Bradley was supposed to
lose by seven points and It only
lost by five. 82-77, because a last-
minute aubstltute entered the
game for Melchiorre and sank a
goal.
When the players reported to
a mldtown hotal for their payoff,
the gamblers were furious. They
railed at Melchiorre for "not
playing fight" and would only
pay Chianakas $25 and the other
two "a lesser amount."
They were not so mad, how-
ever, aa not to make plans for the
next season. They collected the
summer addresses of the play-
ers. They subsequently wrote one
player and told him they would
be in Peora. 111. (the home of
Bradley) for most of the next
season.
The ring, In short, wanted it-
self a big-time basketball team
which could be manipulated all
season at will.
O'Connor Implied that the
players did "do business" during
the season and he said that it Is
up to Illinois authorities to pros-
ecute these cases. But sometimes,
he said, the old college spirit
cropped up.
Melchiorre and a teammate,
Aaron Preece, refused to throw
the 1950 game against Manhat-
tan College because a victory
meant entry In the National In-
vitation Tournament. And Mel-
chiorre spurned a $10.000 offer to
throw the NCAA championship
game against CCNY.
Ironically. CCNY players were
offered bribes by another ring to
throw the game# and they, too,
refused.
Each of the players faced pos-
sible jail terms up to 10 years and
fines up to $20.000 for yesterday's
indictments However, since they
have been cooperating with the
district attorney In the Investi-
gation and appeared voluntarily
before the grand jury to testify,
thw probably will get lesser pen-
alties.
British Swimmers
Awarded Trophies
By Juan Peron
FOLKESTONE, England, Aug.
18 i UP i Britain's swimmers
Godfrey Chapman and Brenda
Fisher who finished sixth and
fourth respectively in the Lon-
don Dally Mall Channel Race,
were awarded the Argentine
President and Seora Ev Pern
trophies last night In ceremonies
here.
Chapman was walking away
from the speaker's table after
having received his cup when he
was grabbed by Argentine swim-
mer Antonio Albertondo who em-
braced him and kissed him on
both cheeks. Chapman was so
surprised, he dropped the cup
which bears Pern a portrait.
Albertondo finished 14th. The
banqueteers. who Included Folke-
stone Mayor John Monchleff, ap-
plauded the Argentine's display.
The United States has cleaned
up In another Japanese track
meet, this time at Sendal City.
Air Force Sergeant Mai Whit field
won the 800-meter event. Warren
Drhutzler of Michigan State took
the 1,500-meters. Bob Work of
California won the 100-meter
dash. George Brown also of Cal-
ifornia won the broad jump and
Vic Frank of Yale waa first In
the shot put.
Tribe Drops Doubleheader
To Chisox; Red Sox Win
By United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 18 Stubby Overmrre last night
pitched a 3-2 win over the Athletics at the Yankee Sta-
dium to put the Yankees in an American League tie for
the lead with the Indians who lost a doubleheader to the
White Sox 7-1 and 8-3 at Chicago.
Overmlre, who was forced Into
action because righthander Allle
Reynolds needed another day's
rest for his ailing elbow, turned
In his first complete game and
was credited with his first Yan-
kee victory since coming from the
St. Louis Browns last month.
The Yankees gave Overmlre a
two-run lead In the first Inning
on Joe Collins' single, Oil Mac-
Dougald's walk and singles by
Bobby Brown and Joe DIMagglo.
After that he was in little trou-
ble.
White 8ox southpaw Billy
Pierce outpltched the Indians'
ace Bobby Feller, who was try-
ing for his 20th win in the first
game, giving up only five hits
compared to ten collected by the
Chisox. Al Zarilia's and Ray
Coleman's homers accounted for
five runs.
In the nightcap scrappy Cu-
ban Luis Aloma, who relieved
starter Randv Gumpert in the
fourth, was credited with his
fourth victory against no de-
feats. He went the final six in-
nings for the White Sox and
gave up three hits and no runs.
The Red Sox also closed in on
the leaders but had to go 12 In-
nings to win over the Senators,
7-4, In a Washington night game.
Two of the runs came on a home
run by rookie Fred Hatfieldhis
first In the major's. The Red Sox
are now only lour games behind
the Yankees and the Indians.
The' Tlgere topped the Browns
5-4 In a St. Louis night game as
Pat Mullln delivered a two-run
homer to start ef ty Ted Gray off
to his fourth victory. Gray yield-
ed eight hits, three of them in
the first Inning when the Browns
got off to a 3-0 lead. The Tigers'
George Kell got three hits.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Giants, prolonging their
hottest streak of the year de-
feated the Phillies 8-5 In a Phil-
adelphia night game for their
seventh straight triumph. Short-
stop AlvlnJJark hit three singles
and a double. Relief pitcher
George Spencer yielded only one
run in the last si xlnulngs to
gain his eighth victory.
The triumph put the Giants
nine games behind the Dodgers
who split a doubleheader with
the Braves in Boston, winning 3-1
behind Carl Ersklne's three-hit-
ter then losing 4-3 as the Braves
made good use of six hits.
The Dodgers collected eleven
hits in the second game but
couldn't bunch them effective-
ly. In the opener, Gil Bodies
clouted his 34th homer of the
season to Increase his major
league leading margin.
Erskine struck out six and had
a shutout until the ninth.
Johnny 8aln won his first
game in more than two months
In the nightcap although he
needed relief help from Jim Wil-
son. The Braves clinched the
game with three runs In the first
Inning.
Mel Queen pitched a three-
hitter to give the Pirates an 8-3
victory over the Cubs In a Pitts-
burgh night game. It was his
fifth victory of the season and
third straight over the Cubs.
The Pirates Bill Howerton hom-
ered. Queen struck out nine and
yielded only one hit after the
first Inning.
The Cardinals edged the Reds
2-1 In a Cincinnati night game.
Pedro Miguel Triumphs In
All-C.Z. Archery Tourney
By STU PLUMER
Pedro Miguel's archers domin-
ated the All-Canal Zone Archery
Tournament Thursday morning,
taking five first places of the
eight individual rounds and also
copping the girls' team shoot.
The scores, oh the whole, were
not exceptionally high, although
one near-record score was post-
ed by Walter Mauger of Cristo-
bal In the boys' Darien Group.
Young Mauger shot a 612, five
points short of the record.
Another outstanding archer
was young Linda Malone of Pe-
dro Miguel. Linda, only 13, shot
in the 16-year-old group, and
won in a walkaway. Linda set the
girls' San Bias record three years
ago. and she was gunning for an-
other record yesterday, but she
didn't come close with her 358.
The record513.
In the'team shoots, the Cris-
tobal boys came through to win
by a whisker 110 points i over Pe-
dro Miguel. Their score350. Pe-
dro Miguel did win the girls'
team event, though, with a 492.
Scoring by communities was as
follows 15 points for first place,
3 for second and 1 for third i:
1Pedro Mlgr 1......36
2Gamboa.......... 9
3Cristobal.......... 8
4Balboa............ 7
5Margarita.......... 5
6Diablo............ 4
7Gatun............ 3
8Cocoll............ 0
Individual winners In the vari-
ous rounds were as follows:
Jr. American (Boys, 16 an dun-
denJohn RUey. Pedro Miguel.
366. Record471.
Jr. Colombian Girls, 16 and
under i Linda Malone, Pedro Mi-
guel, 358. Record513.
Boys, Inca (14 and under)R.
Hodges, Margarita, 579. Record
658.
Girls. Inca H4 anr" under)
Emily Rile v. Pedro N..uel, 232.
Record471.
Boys, Darln (12 and under)
Walter Mauger, Cristobal, 612.
Record617.
Girls. Darln (12 and under)
Sharon Hammond, Pedro Miguel,
386. Record430.
Boys, San Bias < 10 and under)
Jimmy Gibson, Pedro Miguel,
330. Record412.
Girls. San Bias < 10 and under)
Lynette Henderson, Gamboa,
179. Record346.
This tournament was the con-
clusion of the Canal Zone Sum-
mer Recreation Program In Ar-
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Burgin Expected
To Arrive Monday
For Aug. 26 Bout
Eddie Burgin, featherweight
champion of the State of Ohio,
is expected to arrive on the Isth-
mus Monday night to complete
training for his scheduled Aug. 26
ten-round battle with Panam
Featherweight Champion Fede-
rico Plummer.
The -2-year-old Burgin hails
from Cincinnati and has a very
impressive record. He has lost on-
ly two of 22 professional fights
and has beaten two of the best
126-popnders in the business.
Burgin, a Negro, scored 20 con-
secutive wins before dropping a
ten-round decision to European
Champ Ray Famechon. In their
previous meeting, Burgin stop-
ped Famechon in two rounds
the only kayo thus far suffered
by the Frenchman.
The highly rated Charley Riley
won a questionable decision from
Burgin his last time out. Riley
lightweight Percy Bassett two
weeks later.
During May and June of this
year Burgin was rated third
leading featherweight in "The
Ring" magazine. Burgin is an un-
usually fast development as
fighters go. He has been boxing
professionally only two years.
A victory for Plummer over
Burgin will greatly aid the local
lad in his climb to the top of the
featherweight division.
Included on the Aug. 26 pro-
gram are two slx-rounders and
one four-rounder. The six-round
bouts are a 135-pound semifinal
between Carlos Watson and Joe
Andrade and a feature attraction
that pits Vlncente Worrel against
Black Bill at 126 pounds.
The four-round preliminary
will be between Rodolfo Ampudia
and Al Stewart at 120 pounds.
Doubles Tournament
Gels Underway Here
Tomorrow Morning
The Spaldlng Cup Doubles Ten-
nls Tournament gets under way
tomorrow at 9 a.m. at the Olym-
pic Tennis Courts (Olympic
Swimming Pooli with the Webb
Hearn-Capt. Hampton duo tack-
ling George Maduro and Myron
Fischer.
A total of 26 players (13 teams)
have entered this tourne ywhlch
promises to be hotly contested
and well balanced.
Monday at 4:30.p.m. Julio Pln-
illa-Bill Hele play Ruperto Yar-
de-Luther LaMotte.
Tuesday 4:30 p.m. Martin
Pereira-Vlctor Pascual vs. Croes-
lyn Guardla-Glza Schay.
Wednesday4:30 p.m.George
Mldence-Arnelli vs. Casper Om-
phroy-Earl Omphroy.
The other doubles teams enter-
ed are George Motta-Lt. Luke. K.
Young-Chadwick; David Hal-
man-Ernesto Pinate, H. Willls-
Angel Delvalle, and Frank Hlad-
ky-H. Spauldlng.
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS
What a difference 18 years can
make. Back In 1933, the Univer-
sity ol Chicago told Amos Alonzo
Stagg. then age 70, he was too old
to coach football. Stagg was re-
tired. Yesterday, Stagg, now at
Susquehanna University In
Pennsylvania celebrated his 89th
birthday. And it was football as
usual. Stagg is getting set for his
62nd year as coach.
by
JOE WILLIAMS
P WITH AN '
For the first time since he became Mr. Big in the fight trade
young Jim Norris Is enjoying a headache. It has to do with tickets.
From all indications the Ray Robinson-Randy Turpin return for
the middleweight championship next month will sell out with a
half million in the till.
Mr. Norris had Just hung up the phone:
"That was a chap lrom the New York Central. Wanted 300
ringsides. We're selling In the 16th row already. Trouble is every-
body wants to be In the first lour or five rows. Not that I blame
them. But.,."
He shrugged. A gesture which bespoke happy resignation. For
the head of the International Boxing Club, a title which has taken
on precise validity with the current promotion. Turpin being Great
Britain's greatest invention >uice Yorkshire pudding. It was a new
experience. And along with that modern master of subtle humor
Jerry Lewis, he could say: "I like It. I like it."
Mr. Norris was finding out something' else, too. An answer to
the radio-TV problem which has been threatening to paralyze
sports In this country. Briefly, he's finding out he can live with
the twoheaded electronic monster and still bank on a normal life
span. This fight will not be broadcast and the telecast will be
restricted to theater screens outside New York City.
How much does he get out of the theater TV deal? i
"This time we are working on a flat guarantee of $25,000."
The sum seemed Insignificant.
He agreed .. "We probably could have got $300.000 for un-
restricted radio and TV. We didn't even attempt to make a deal"
FILM RIGHTS MAY NET $309,600
There Is certainly nothing insignificant about $300.000. II was-
n't likely radio and TV could hurt the gate thit much. Even half
that much.
Mr. Norris agreed again.
"We have another deal. We have sold the world film right's to
RKO on a cash, plus percentage basis. My guess is It will bring
us $300,000. Maybe considerably more. At the same time we run no
risk of hurting our attendance. We went along with the theater
deal mostly to further experimentation In that field."
These figures show wha's happening In the entertainment
world these days. The by- products are becoming more valuable
than the show itself. It does not take too much imagination to
read the future. The theater screen Is on Its way to replace the
home screen In sporis. The honeymoon Is over. This Is about how
It had to be. It was only a question of time before the promoters
learned they couldn't give their product away and sell It, too.
There is nothing mean or grasping about young Norris. It
gives him no pleasure to take his showsthe big one. which ere
the only ones that really Tountoff the home screens, Act"ally,
he's got all the money he can ever use, a position of fiscal ftwe-
dom which fortunately not many of us are forced to endure. But
business Is business and a fellow who goes out of his way to lnvlt
disaster can not be very bright.
One thing disturbs Mr. Norria. It's the shut-ins In our military
hospitals... "There ought to be some way to see that they get
every show we put on. I haven't looked Into the problem. I don't
know what kind of equipment the hospitals have. But If we can
pipe our shows into theaters we can do the same with military hos-
pitals. In think this is a matter the government ought to look Into.
This much I can guarantee you, The veterans can have any show
we've got."
ROWDY OLD SPORT BOUNCES BACK
Give the young man a cigar. An excellent Idea. This Is llttl*
enough to do lor these boys, some of whom will never leave the
hospital and many of whom have been there for years. Sports con-
tinue to play a big part in their lives. To them radio was a blessing,
TV a God's send. The government should take Immediate steps to
install the necessary equipment. A hopelessly crippled warrior can't
do much with a medal but he can get a hell of a lot of pleasure
out of a sports show on a TV screen.
Mr. Norris" Idea is important and exciting to warrant Im-
mediate government examination and planning. If theater TV is
to be the pattern of the future as. now seems most probable, other
sports inevitable will follow the fight trend. I imagine Major Bill
Cortim must be toying with soae such idea with respect to the
Kentucky Derby, perhaps even for next year when the coaxial
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ATTRACTIVE BRIDE-TO-BE
HONORED AT SURPRISE PARTY
Miss Gloria Bornefeld, attractive ronnit daufhter of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius H. Bornefeld of Gatun, was the cuaat of
honor at a surprise gift ahower and late buffet Thursday
evening. Misa Bornefeld has been visiting her parents for
the summer and will leave the Isthmus August SI to rotura
to Austin, Texas. She will be graduated from the University
of Texas In January and her marriage to Mr. J. Milton Wil-
son, Jr., of Port Arthur, Texas, will take place soon after
graduation.
Mr. Wilson, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Milton
Wilson, Sr.. will also be graduated in January.
IN HOLLYWOOD...
The party was Riven by Cristo-
bal High schoolmates of Miss
Bornefeld and was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Snyder of New Cristobal. The
hostesses were Mrs. Thomas E.
LaDuke, who Is visiting her par-
ents Mr. and Mr. Snyder. Miss
Betty Watts of Balboa and Miss
Lee Van Slclen of Oatun.
The talented young hostesses
had arranged clever decorations
for the evening. A huge pink and
white parasol was suspended over
the table where Miss Bornefeld
opened her many lovely gifts and
a centerpiece arranged In a large
measuring cup held useful kit-
chen utensils set in paper frills to
make a large bouquet. Games
were enjoyed during the evening
and prizes were awarded to Miss
Beverly Reeves, who fashioned
the most artistic bride; Miss A-
dele Denz. who knew the most of
well known romantic couples and
to Miss Bornefeld for being the
most observant person.
A crystal bowl filled with pink,
white and red rose buds centered
the refreshment table and tall
white candles entwined with co-
ral vine were used on each side of
the arrangement. A tiny bride
and groom candle was used on
the lovely decorated cake.
The guest list Included the mo-
ther of the honored guest, Mrs.
Julius Bornefeld. Mrs. Joseph A.
Snyder, Mrs. George Zimmerman,
Mrs. Walter Watts. Mrs. Thomas
Lutro, Mrs. Frank Wolf, Mrs.
William Badders, Mrs. Alfred
Pate, Mrs. Leon J. Egolf, Mrs.
Jack Pearson, Mrs. C. V. Schel-
degg, Mrs. Walter R. Reeves. Mrs.
William A. Van Slclen, Jr.. Mrs.
Fred A. Newhard. Mrs. Walter
Freudlgmann.Mrs. B. W. Tread-
well. Mrs. Hal Small. Mrs. Oeo.
D. Poole, Sr.. Mrs. Robert Gor-
man, Mrs. C. T. 8wearlngen.
Mrs. Caleb Clement. Mrs. Arnold
S. Hudglns. Mrs. Thomas Styles,
and Miss Colleen Conner, Miss
Beverly Reeves. Miss Ann New-
hard, Miss Martha White and
MlssPatSUdler.
Wobb-Fulop Wedding at .
Cristobal Church
Mrs. Lucille Markuson Webb of
Diablo and Mr. Stephen Fulop of
Curundu were married at the
Cristobal Union Church Thurs-
day at 6 p.m. with the Rev. Philip
Havener reading the marriage
service.
Dr. and Mrs. Willard F. French,
brother-in-law and sister of the
bride, of Cristobal were their at-
tendants. The bride's mother
Mrs. N. K. Markunson aid her
nephew Jay French were also
present at the wedding. After
the ceremony the group enjoyed
dinner at the Hotel Washington.
Mrs. Fulop is employed In the
office of the Chief Health Offi-
cer at Balboa. Mr. Fulop Is a ci-
vilian employe of ths United
States Army at Curundu. They
sailed aboard the S.S. Ancon
Friday and will spend two
months visiting at Mr. Fulop's
home In Houston. Texas and then
will visit Spokane, Washington.
They will reside in Curundu up-
on their return.
Morning Coffee at Cristobal
Y.M.C.A.
Mrs. E. F. McClelland and
Mrs. Leslelgh Davis were hostess-
es at the patio of the Cristobal
Y.M.C.A. Friday morning for a
morning coffee honoring the se-
nior hostesses who will assist in
making welcome the men aboard
the Missouri and other ships that
will be In Cristobal harbor over
the weekend. They will serve as
hospitality aids and on the Infor-
mation desk.
Those present were Mrs. John
Crone. Mrs. Philip Havener. Mrs.
Hunter Dare. Mrs. Frederick
Dear, Mrs. Julia Ooodenough,
Mrs. Frita Humphreys, Mrs.
Richard Jenks, Mrs. Stanley
Kldd. Mrs. Carl F. Maedl, Mrs.
US Workers' Wages Tied
To Climbing Living Costs
S. C Stevens, Mrs. Charles
Whltaker and Miss Edna and
Loma Jackson.
Gall Tully
Had Second Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge Tully of
New Cristobal arranged a birth-
day party at their home for their
daughter Gall, on her second
birthday. The young guests In-
cluded Sharon and Dennis Tully,
Edward and Virginia Green. She-
ryl Jackson, Patty and Carol
Seaman. Dennis and Linda Storer
and Louise Algaler. Mrs. Tully
was assisted by Mrs. Algaler.
Departures
Mr. and Mrs. Stan wood O.
Specht of Gatun sailed aboard
the Ancon yesterday to vacation
in the States. They will be gone
for seven weeks and will visit
friends and relatives in Long Is-
land. New York and In Portland.
Maine.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Fried-
land of Gatun left aboard the
Panama Railroad ship Friday and
will vacation In Newport News,
Virginia, for about three and a
half months before returning to
the Zone.
Mrs. George P. Algaler and
her daughter Louise were among
those who sailed on the Ancon
Friday. They will visit with
friends in Long Island, New York
and with relatives In Reading,
Pennsylvania. Her son. Edward
Algaler. who Is in the United
States' Navy at Chicago, will fly
east to visit with her during her
stay in Pennsylvania. She and
her daughter plan to return here
early In October.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ridge of
Margarita accompanied by their
children, Mary, Margaret and fil-
bert, sailed on the Ancon and
plan an extensive motor trip
which will include the eastern
states and as far west aa Chica-
go. They will return In October.
Mr. William J. Park of Cristo-
bal sailed Friday and will be gone
for three weeks. He will visit re-
latives in New York.
Chaplain Praino Arrived
Here Wednesday
Lt. Commander Edward Z.
Praino. U.8. Navy, the Roman
Catholic Chaplain, arrived on the
Isthmus Wednesday and Is sta-
tioned at the Naval Station at
Coco Solo. Before coming here he
was stationed at Chelsea Naval
Hospital in Massachusetts.
WASHINGTON. Aug. II (UP)
The Government tied its wage
stabilization formula directly to
the cost of living yesterday un-
der a new policy permitting pav
increases to match rises In the
price of food, rents, clothing
and other essentials.
Economic Stabilizer Eric
Johnston' announced that he
has approved the policy, origin-
ally proposed by the Wage
Stabilization Board, as a new
yardstick for measuring per-
missible nay boosts during the
mobilization emergency.
Johnston's eo-ahead was con-
tained In a letter to WCB chair-
man George W. Tavlor. The
board promotly apolied the new
policy for the first time bv ap-
proving a oav raise of 6'/2 rfer
cent for 90.000 New England
cotton-rayon workers rewesent-
ed bv the CIO Textile Workers
Unibn.
The union and the Fall River-
New Bedford (Mass.) Textile
Associations had aereed on a
ftfc per cent nav hike. But the
Board reduced it one per cent
because lt exceeded the rise In
living casts between the time
the textile workers received
their last increase and the ef-
fective date of the new con-
trprt.
The six labor members of the
18-man wage board dissented
from the majority action taken
by the 12 industry and public
renresentatlves.
The labor members said thev
wanted the full 7V4 per cent
boost anproved.
Johnston stlnulated that the
new policy will remain In ef-
fect onlv until next March 1\
The ne wnollcv su octants the
one in effect since last Jan. 25,
under which wges could rise
no more than 10 ner cent over
th levels prevailing in Jan..
1950.
Johnston explained that fur-
ther pav raises to match the
cost of living will be nermltted
to oenetrate the old 10 ner cent
ceMin" whether thev come un-
der automatic escalator c,a"ei
such as are In the General Mo-
tors contract with the United
Automobile Workers (CIO) or
are newly negotiated by labor
and management.
Living costs have risen about
11 per cent since January, 1950.
Consequently, the maximum
extra raise which most work-
ers could bargain for under the
new formulaIf they already
have received the 10 per cent
ceiling boostwould be about
IVi per cent.
An all cases, the change in
living costs will be measured by
the regular Index of the Labor
Department's Bureau of Labor
Statistics.
The wage board said wages
do not have to be reduced under
the new formula whenever the
cost of living drops below the
base date used In esclator agree-
ments.
But most union-management
contracts of that type provide
for a sliding scale and unions
are committed to accept pav
cuts when the Cost of Living
index published by the Bureau
of Labor Statistics declines.
Most contracts containing the
escalator clauses provide for
adjustment of pay scales everv
three months, but the wage
board said pav raises permitted
under the new formula, but not
guaranteed bv esclator agree-
ments, mav only be put Into
effect every sbx months.
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Commandant of Naval Hospital
Arrived Thursday
The commandant of the Naval
Hospital at the Coco Solo Naval
Station. Captain C. C. Yanquell,
U.S. Navy, arrived on the Isth-
mus Thursday aboard the "Gib-
bons." He replaces Captain Carl
M. Dumbauld who sailed Friday
to be stationed at Corpus Chrls-
ti, Texas, following his vacation.
Captain Yanquell was accom-
panied by his wife and two
daughters. He was the Senior
Medical Officer at Treasure Is-
land, San Francisco before his
assignment to this Station.
Dinner Party Follows
Infant Christening
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
Wright of Colon were hosts for a
dinner party at the Brazos Brook
Golf and Country Club following
the baptism of their Infant
daughter Colleen Arm at the
Church of Our Lady of the Mir-
aculous Medal in New Cristobal
las: Sundav. Mrs. Marvin Harts-
field, the former Mary Wright,
was named as the baby's godmo-
ther and Mr. Howard Flnnegan
as the godfather. Mrs. Howard
Finnegan was the proxy for Mrs.
Hartsfield who is residing In the
States.
Cocktails were served at home
before the group had dinner at
the club and the following guests
were present: Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
ward Finnegan. Mr/ and Mrs.
John 8topa, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Sasso. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Nordstrom. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Haggerty and Mr. Richard R.
Brown.
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NEW YORK (NEA) New
York in mind-summer is exactly
like Hollywood in mid-summer
a mecca for tourists.
But there's a colossal differ-
ence.
New York's canyons and sub-
ways and theaters and restaur-
ants swallow up the tourist-
horde of Iowa farmers, Texas
stenographers, southern cotton
kins and Montana cowboys.
They're shuffled like a hand-
ful of cards Into New York's pack
of 8,000,000 natives and, like all
good children, they're not seen
or heard as New York goes on as
usual.
In Hollywood, in mid-summer,
the tourists take over the town-
snarling traffic, disrupting night
clubs, chasing movie celebrities
around palm trees, galloping a-
cross Lana Turner's lawn and
tripping over movie sound stage
cables.
There are sighs of genuine re-
lief all around in Hollywood
when the summer tourist season
ends. In New York, It's only the
departing tourists who sigh with
relief at escaping from the sea
of humanity In which they have
been engulfed. Manhattan cliff-
dwellers don't even give them a
parting glance or thought.
New Yorkers, I've discovered,
seldom If ever even give New
York a glance or a thought. It's
the starry-eyed tourist who put
the I s 1 a n d-of-glamoar-sur-
roanded-by-romance" label on
Manhattan.
I've been one of those starry-
eyed tourists for a few days.
Native New Yorkers will make
strange sounds and will tap their
temples when they hear that
I've been thrilled Into goose pim-
ples by:
Climbing the 168 stairs to the
crown of the Statue of Liberty.
I asked 10 New Yorkers If they'd
ever been up there and all said.
"No, but I'm planning to, some
day."
Taking a 35-mlle. sight-seeing
boat ride around Manhattan Is-
land. It is a trip always recom-
mended by New Yorkers who In
the-same paragraph say, "I've
never made it, but I hear It's a
great trip."
It Is. Among others "sights"
were five teen-age boys swim-
ming in the nude in the Harlem
River and the towers of the Wal-
dorf-Astoria hotel, to which the
ship's barker poined and said:
"That's where General MacAr-
thur Is fading away."
Then, with perfect stage tim-
ing, he added: "It's a nice place
to fade away In."
The day or night view of Man-
hattan from the top of the Em-
pire State building is another
junket New Yorkers never get a-
round to doing.
A guide, it should be recorded,
remembered seeing only one cel-
ebrity. Frank Sinatra, among the
thousands of tourists who an-
naully peer, and spit, over Its lof-
ty guard rails.
The spectabler-of dazzling, ani-
mated lights, plus an honest-to-
gosh waterfall, at Times Square
where, so the legend goes, a
woman doomed to die In three
months leased a Hotel Astor
room facing Broadway.
It wag her last request, ar-
ranged by the hotel's presi-
dent, Bob Christenberry, to
"die with the lights of Broad-
way in my eyes."
The woman didn't die In three
months. She lived In that hotel
room for 11 years and Just before
she finally passed on, she grate-
fully explained: "The lights of
Times Square -were the sunshine
that gave me Ufe."
And, among my unforgettable
New York memories:
The real heroes of television:
the steeplejacks working on the
140-foot video tower atop the
Empire State Building.
The 8200-seat Radio City Mu-
sical hallHollywood Bowl with
a roofwith the Rockettes on the
stage still the greatest precision
dancers of them all... The roar
of the baseball mob at Yankee
Stadium.
The cliffs of the Hudson at
dusk... Ann Crowley, the hero-
ine of the gay musical, "Seven-
teen," and her way of saying
"Yes." It comes out "S" and, no
doubt, will become a standard
teen-age expression by October.
A Siamese ballet-versin of "Un-
cle Tom's Cabin" getting cheers
from the audience.
The roar of the subway trains
underfoot and the reflection
of the Great White Way on
darkened office buildings at
night... The squalor and filth
and the swank of Park and Fith
Avenues.
Speeding taxis at night with
only parking lights turned on
and a hack's explanation: "The
streets are well lighted. We do-
n't blind people In New York with
headlights."
But It's such a pity so many
New Yorkers are blindto the
wonders of Manhattan.
Hollywood need not blush a-
bout its army of press agents and
its special type of "I've-got-an-
announcement-to-make" cocktail
party. There's a press agent be-
hind every marble pillar in
Washington and the free drlnjc
parties are on day-and-night
schedule, like the New York au-
tomats.
By latest count, there are 500
government public relations ex-
perts, pins another 600 or 700 op-
erating for private Individuals
and Interests. Hollywood's press
corps, I believe numbers only a-
bout 1000.
Washington cocktail invites are
so plentiful that one brave news-
paper reporter, I was told, went
for exactly 83 days without pay-
ing for a single lunch or dinner.
He existed solely on buffet deli-
cacies such as rare roast feet and
pardon the thoughtRussian
caviar.
FBI Picks Up Six
More Communists,
57 Now Seized
WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (UP)
Communist party organizer
Steve Nelson was arrested by
agents yesterday along with
five other party leaders In the
Pennsylvania West Virginia
area.
Attorney General J. Howard
McGrath and FBI Chief J. Ed-
gar Hoover safd the Red lead-
ers were rounded up In simul-
taneous raids in New York.
Pennsylvania, and Michigan.
The new arrests brought to
57 the number of Communist
officials seized the charged un-
der the Smith Act with con-
spiring to teach and advocate
the overthrow of the Govern-
ment by force and violence.
THEY KEEP ON TRYING
SPOKANE. Wash. Aug. 18.
(UP.) The fire department
was checking alarm boxes and
found someone finally had suc-
ceeded In "mailing" a letter and
a post card In one of them.
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CHARLES vs. WALCOTT
Also: "SAPS AT SEA"
"WILD BEASTS AT BAY
TODAY TROPICAL THEATRE
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SPANISH PROGRAM!
Marga Lpez Roberto
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Leonora Amar. In '
"CURVAS PELIGROSAS"
JJVOLI THEATRE
SPANISH PROGRAM I
Amalia Agutlar. In
"AMOR PERDIDO"
Atoo: Either Fernandez. In
"PASIN DE SUEOS"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
MEL FERRER,
MIROSLAVA
- in -
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Douglas Kennedy. In
"CHAIN GANG"
VITORIA THEATRE
First 6 Chapters of a new Serial I
"HURRICANE EXPRESS
"THE HAUNTED
"DOCKS of NEW YORK"
Banker Dipped Into Till
To Hoist Himself Higher
NEW KKN8INGTON, Pa., Aug.
18 (UP)Ludwlg R. Schlekat, a
self-made man who became a
bank president, admitted today
he boosted himself up the ladder
of success with $600,000 of the
bank's funds.
Federal banking officials said
Schlekat confessed he stole the
money from the bank while he
was a minor employe, so he could
buy a controlling interest In the
institution and promote himself
to president.
Edward C. Tefft, chief liquid-
ator for the Federal Deposit In-
surance Corp., eald Schlekats fi-
nancial manipulations were dis-
covered last week when a bank
examiner uncovered a shortage
In the cash on hand of the Par-
nassus National Bank.
Schlekat, a prim, church-going
community leader, was held In
Allegheny County jail In default
of $50,000 bond while the exam-
iners continued to unwind the
complicated financial web he be-
gan spinning 16 years ago.
"Not only did he take money to
buy bank stocks to obtain a con-
trolling Interest," one examiner
said, "but he took other money
to cover up bad loans and poor
Investments and make himself
aonear a highly successful bank-
er."
FDIC officials said that while
Schlekat first began taking- the
bank's funds 16 years ago the
shortage was still fairly small as
late as 1947. Then he made his
first biggest dip into the cash
reserves.
Charles C. Alter, then president
of the bank, revealed that he was
going to sell his bank stock and
retire.
Schlekat, who was assistant
cashier, took $254.000 with which
he purchased Aiter's stock under
two fictitious names and elected
himself president through proxy
votes.
Alter said the unexpected elec-
tion of Schlekat at first appeared
to be a wise choice. He improved
the physical appearance of ths
bank and the loans he author*
lzed always were paid off In time
Federal officials said, however,
that appearances were deceiving.
Schlekat dipped deeper Into the
bank's funds to pay off bad loans
and cover up unwise Investments,
The shortage In the cash re-
serves finally was discovered
when an examiner noticed a
sheet had been Inserted in the*
bank's ledger and found that the
cash on hand was slightly more
than $100,000 when It should
have been over $700,000.
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..in. 1 36 x 72 in. 20 in. Boys
'Bicycle. Electric clocks. lamps.
glassware and many other small
household items. 220-B, Ancon-
"fishbowl. Tel. Balboa 3201.
FOR SALE:Piano Baldwin, maho-
gany bed, side-board, chairs, big
mahogany table with white gloss
top. plants. 44th St. No. I, Apt.
"G".
FOR SALE: Bamboo livingroom
uite. mahogany diningroom suite,
rodio, lamps, rugs ond various
.,,pther household items. 1401-A
- IAMSOO RATTAN furniture. Re-
pair and refinish. Free estimate.
"HENRY." from Balboa Garden.
.. *i3*l. 2-1112, Panama.
FOR SALE:7 Venetian Blinds. $10.
Q0 cosh. 1 Zenith radio, $40.00.
House 822-B. Empire St., Balboa.
'"SEtLING OUT:Household furnish-
ings ot moderate prices. Via Espo-
f\a 2024 (one block from Juan
""" Fronco.l
FOR SALE: Ten Venetian blinds
for porch ond loundry room
'_ upstairs. 4-family concrete apart-
ment. Telephone Balbca 3173.

...
FOR SALE
Roatt & Motors
;""FOR SALE: 14 Ft. speedboat. 22
H. P. Johnson outboard, 2 wheel
trailer, completely equipped, $173.
00. Apt. 7-2 Summit Navy Radio.
Phone 25-2636.
*r"-\j
FOR SALE:25 Ft. auxiliary sloop
with Nylon soils, cypress bottom.
5 H. P. Kermath. watercooled,
jingle Cyl direct drive with clutch
ond revere. Excellent shape. May
be inspected ond sailed at Gatun
Yacht Club on a week-end. Coll
4-529.
FOR SALE:Johnson Seahorse Out-
board Motor, 9.6 H. P. Also Surf
Boot. Phone 3-0427, Panami.
F^SONS
Short 3-month course in modern
popular piano ploying for advanced
pianists. Ii?nnett's Piono Studio.
Juan B. Soso Street No. 9, Tel. 2-
1282, Panama.
Erald Durant Will
Push Legislation
Again For Local 900
The reapDointment of Erald
Durant as Director of the Legis-
lativo Department of Local 900.
Government and Civic Em-
ployes Organizing Committee-
CIO this week was unanimous-
ly approved by the new Execu-
tive Board.
Selected to serve on the com-
mittee under Durant's direction
we F. E. C. Thompson. Bal-
boa. C. Seales. Red Tank. A.
Ttjhnson. Paraso. C. A. Walker.
Omboa. G. A. Rowland. Ga-
tirh. and L. Innis. Cristobal.
The entire Board voiced its
satisfaction and approval for
the work In this department
during the year 1950-1951.
Y
OU'LL FIND hardware
and tools of every de-
scription in our stores.
Don't lose valuable time,
look us up today and let
us help you to choose
what you need. Be sure
to get
BEST QUALITY at
LOWEST PRICES
FOR SALE:Trucks: One GMC. 5
ten, 1947, excellent condition,
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type, 10
wheels,'1942. One International
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947, short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent condition. Telephone 2-
0610. Ponamo.
FO RSALE:1951 Studeboker auto-
matic drive. 2.000 miles, under-
coat, seat covers, radio $1,975.-
00. Phone Cristobal 3-2418.
FOR SALE:Lote 1949 Ford, Cus-
tom Six, meadow green, W. S. W.
tires with safety tubes, radio, di-
rection indicotor and Nylon seat
covers. Only 12.000 miles. $1,-
200.00. Cristobol 3-2583.
FOR SALE: 1947 Nash-600 Club
Coupe, one owner, 16.000 miles,
imitation leather (plastic) uphols-
tery, new tires, less thon 1.000
miles. 220 B. Ancon-fish bowl. Tel,
2-3201.
FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile 88
Club Coupe. 1.500 miles, B.900
cosh, remoinder con be finonced
Phone 84-4110 Qtrs. 961-B, Big
Tree Fort Kobbe after 6.00 p. m.
Saturdoy, oil day Sunday.
Expert Auto Mechanic Service:
Immediate service courteous and
guaranteed work. Moderate price,
Tropical Motors.
FOR SALE:1947 Oldsmobile. 98
with radio, 4 door sedan with seot
covers. Tel. 25-3157. R-3,-C,
Rousseou.
FOR SALE 1951 Kaiser 4 door De
Luxe, excellent condition, must
sell at once. Can be financed
2070-A. 4th St. Curundu, phone
83-3278.
FOR SALE:Chevrolet. 1948 Fleet-
line Aerosedan. Excellent condi-
tion. $1.050. Con be seen Sundoy,
5316-A. Hains St.. Dioblo, moy
be finonced.
FOR SALE:Buick two door sedan,
1947, duty paid, in excellent con-
dition. Phone Albrook 3240. From
4 p. rr\ to 6 p. m.
WANTED
"tlisccllancous
WANTED TO RENT: American
executive and wife desire com-
pletely furnished house or oport-
ment preferably in Bella Vis-
to for period of 3 vi 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: To buy Wedgewood
China Pattern 2768. white embos-
sed Queensware. Coll Balboo 3276
evenings, between 5 and 6.
Four American adults need two bed-
room house for next two years.
Prefer unfurnished, in good loca-
tion. Phone Curundu 5197.
Legal Argument
Reaches The Point
In (haltanoopa
CHATTANOOGA, Tenn.. Aug.
18 iTJPl Two prominent at-
torneys staged a one-punch fight
today after one called the other
a loafer and got "liar" for an
answer.
Hamilton County Chancellor
Alvan Zlegler broke up the fielit
after Attorney H. G. B. King
landed a haymaker on the law
of Assistant Hamilton County
Atty. Tom Meyers.
Meyers was said to have re-
marked during debate on a
minor case that he had been
practicing for 43 years.
King retorted that he hadn't
been practicing that long, he
had been loafing.
Meyers then called king a liar
and king swung, witnesses said.
'One more sock would have
put him to sleep," King said.
MISCELLANEOUS
")o you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholic! Anonymam
Bo 2031 Anean. C. Z.
Visit Bernardo's Beauty Shop, "Cas-
tillo del Oro" Building, opposite
Hotel El Panam, Tel. 3-4740.
For professional advice in color
schemes, interior decoration, store
arrangement. Coll 3-3587, Pan-
ama.
You have heard of the Boston Bar.
Now is the time to drop in. George,
originally at El Roncho, is there
to give you the best of service.
Drinks ot half-price Monday ond
Thursday from 5 p. m. to 7 p.
m. Welcome to Army, Navy and
Air Force personnel.
RESORTS
Gromiich'i Sonta Cloro beach-
cottages Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves, moderate rate. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567
CASINO SANTA CLARA
Panama's Most Popular Residential
ond Recreotional Suburbion Develop-
ment. Building Lots ot Reasonable
Price. Overnight cabins at $2.00
person. A la Carte Restaurant, 7 to
II P. M.
Williams Santa Claro Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms, Fngidoire, Rock-
gas range. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Linhof 4x5 camera
f 3 8 lens, coupled Range Finder.
Synchroflash. Coll Gulick, 336
day or 406, eve.
FOR SALEEcuadorian straw ham-
mock Store "Eugenio Chan," 13
St. E. Ponoma.
FOR SALE1951 Mercury Sport Se-
dan with many extras. 4.500 miles.
Best offer takes it. Zenith "Glo-
bal" portable rodio. $25.00. One
Bell & Howell model 70- de 16
mm. movie camera with three len-
ses, W/A F:2.7, 1"-F:I.9, 4".
Telephoto, F.4.5. with De Luxe
carrying cose. Just returned from
factory check and overhoul. An
excellent buy for $400.00. Tele-
phone Balboo 3069.
FOR SALE:Fine-bred Puppies. 10
weeks old. Vilar fomily. End of 9th
St. Barriada Ponomi Amrico,
Lefevre Park.
FOR SALE.: One pair handmade
Guatemala bedspread (crochet).
All day Saturday and Sunday. Tel.
3-4220.
FOR SALE:MEISSNER EX Model
Vfo, Smith-Corona standard type-
writer, like new. Various radio
equipment. Phone Bolboa 2-3173
after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE:Band Saw 16" Walker-
Turner, wood and metal cutting,
electric plant 2 J KW 1 15 Volts.
60 cycles, electric glue pot. 36"
bench sheet metal rolls. 2 cylinder
LeRoi gas engine 7 \ H. P. All in
A-1 condition. Seruv level, Tri-
pod and Rod Younq & Sons. Tele-
phone C. Z. 4-339 or 4-279.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:Bungalow in New Swit-
zerland. El Volcon, overlooking
Chiriqui River. Newly built; fur-
nished; fireplace, rock foundation;
991 sq. meter lot. Sacrifice for
quick sale. 2-3727.
B. T. Clayton
Legion Post 7
Fleets Officers
The Bertram T. Clayton Post
No. 7 of the American Lesion
leected their new officers for
the coming year. An outstand-
ing slate was offered by the no-
minating committee and were
elected by overwhelming major-
ities.
The new officers are: Com-
mander J.imi'.s R. Brown. 1st.
Vi?e-Commander John Mam-
Hn, 2nd Vice Commander
Comer B. Vaughn. Chaplain
Donald Stanape. Finance Offi-
cer Charles B. Gray. Sgt. at-
Arms Robert C. Thorn r\s.
Elected as Post Executive
Committeemen are Max L. Gray.
J. W. Merclers, S. B. Littleton
and T. J. LeCert.
Special congratualtlons are
extended to the new 2nd Vice-
Commander. Comer E. Vaughn,
a member of the WAC detach-
ment at Fort Clayton.
Georgia Bests OPS
In Slates' Rights
Tax, Price Test
ATLANTA, Aug. 18 (UP)The
Office of Price Stabilization re-
treated today In a minor "states'
rights" test over collection of
Georgia sales tax, and the con-
sumer will keep on digging up
an extra penny for a hog dog
or a light bulb.
The OPS agreed to abide by
a ruling of State Atty. Gen.
Eugene Cook that the tax col-
lections under a "voluntary'"
bracket system are not a part
of the sales price and hence not
subject to OPS ceiling regula-
tions.
The first of a scheduled 35.-
000 forms listing OPS' own
bracket system were snatched off
the Government presses here.
Only 4.000 were printed, an
OPS spokesman said, and only
one got in the mail. The ad-
dressee was called and told to
tear it up.
The "vountary" bracket sys-
tem permits merchants to tack
a penny on purchases beginning
at 15 cents and two cents on
as little as 50 cents worth.
Due to the multitude of small
purchases, the overall tax
amounts to considerably more
than three per cent on the
dollar.
OPS wanted to put a "floor"
on collections at 17 cents, re-
presenting half of the first
penny collectible by a strict
three per cent gradation of the
tax.
But Cook ruled that the tax
collections, even if in excess of
three per cent, "are deemed to
be taxes collected in compliance
with the state law." .
Phillipi. Beach cottages, Santo Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
House
FOR RENT: In Las Cumbres, 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, maid's room &
both. Lorge garden and potio. New
refrigerator, stove and freezer; hot
woter. Some furniture. $115.00.
Call Curundu 83-2165.
FOR RENT:Chalet, 2 bedrooms on
intersection of Pueblo Nuevo high-
woy ond Boyd-Roosevelt # 4036,
$70.00. Inquire No. 15, 8th. St.
Panamo, Mr. Quijono.
FOR RENT:Chalet 3 bedrooms
Via Porras No. 182.
FOR RENT
Apart niebla
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contoct office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Modern apartment,
two bedrooms, li'ving-diningroom,
maid's room, garage, above house
# 38 Easf 51 St.. $85.00 month-
ly. Inquire No. 15, 8th street, Mr.
Quifano, Ponami.
FOR RENT:Modern apartment, 2
bedrooms, living-diningroom, gar-
age. $90.00. Above house No 15
First street Perejil. Also one bed-
room oportment downstairs, some
house, $60.00. Inquire No. 15.
8th Street, Panamo, Mr. Quijono.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment,
one bedroom, livingroom, kitchen
artd both, Frigidoire, bg balcony,
very cool. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
private bathroom and entrance.
Kitchen privilege. 43rd Street No.
13.
Jr. College Girls
From Atlantic Side
May Stay At Tivoli
Since the Canal Zone Junior
College girls* dormitory has been
razed. Junior College girls from
the Atlantic Side will be given
accommodations in the Tivoli
Hotel this year at a special rate.
Dean Roger C. Hackett has an-
nounced.
The students will be accom-
modated two to a room on a four
and a half or five days per week
basis for 20.00 per month, or on
a seven day basis for 30.00 per
month. This unusuallv low rate
has been made possible by hav-
ing the students take care of
their own rooms except that the
hotel will clean them once each
week,
Students who desire to take
advantage of this special rate
must first register for the fall
semester in the Junior College
office after which they will be
cerllfied to the hotel as being
regularly enrolled.
Atlantic Side girls who do not
wish to live In the hotel are free
to seek accommodations among
friends or relatives on the Pa-
cific Side.
Atlantic Side men students
will be accommodated In the
Men's Dormitory, as they have
been in the past.
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 Aye.
Tel. 3-9140.
MIAMI JALOUSIES
in glass, wood and aluminum.
Traverse
Curtain Rails.
Installed In
any length.
Transparent
Fade Pro-
tecting
window shade.

The new
COWES
VENETIAN
BLIND.
amaalng low
prices.
R. A. COWES y Ca.
Tel. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 87
Owners Seek Return
Of Panamanian Ship
Through Diplomats
HONG KONG. Aug. 18 (UP)
A spokesman of Wallem and
Co. said today that the firm
will probably undertake nego-
tiations through the Panama-
nian legation at Formosa in an
effort to regain the 1.600 ton
ship Capella whose crewmen:
defected and diverted the ship
from its Communist destina-
tion to Formosa.
The film admitted that the
vessel and its cargo are actual-
ly owned by Chinese interests
in Hong Kong although a Nor-
wegian firm Is listed as the
ship's owner.
The Capella. vine: the Pa-
namanian flag, left Hong Kong
a week ago with a cargo bound
for Red China, although the
manifest lists Japan as its
destination.
Observers recalled that the
Panamanian government last
month issued an official warn-
ing that Panamanian ships
vlsittni* Red ports can expect
no help from Panama In case
they get into trouble.
TNE WHOLE
WOULD 0VEI
QUALITY
TROPIDURA
SERVICE
ITALY MAY TRY
EX-OSS AGENTS
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sized that "it can't happen
arain."
The Military Justice Code, re-
cently passed by Congress, allows
the armed services to recall and
court-martial anv discharged
serviceman who is belatedlv ac-
cused of a serious crime while In
uniform.
Lodolce meanwhile repudiated
a confession made to Rochester
police a year ago in the presence
of two federal agents.
He challenged military author-
ities to "reveal the complete and
true story" of what happened on
the ill-fated secret mission and
said that a full disclosure "will
prove that I am innocent" and
merely "carried out orders."
The defense department, In-
formed of his statement, said it
"has elven the true and complete
facts."
Icardl previously had denied
arty knowledge of Holohan's mur-
der, arid charged that "someone
is out to get me as an individual."
Kaiser Predicts
Two-Year Shortage
Of US Automobiles
DETROIT. Aug. It (UP)
Edgar Kaiser, president of the
Kaiser Frazer corporation
predicted todav that the
United States would suffer "a
shortage of automobile this
fall which could last until the
end of 1953."
Kaiser also revealed that
his company, which produced
2fl 00 cars dailv in the spring
or 1948. had had to reduce its
production to 23 a day owing
to raw material icarcities and
rearmament order*.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wl.tr. 100.000 'espa Mot
Presents
Today, Saturday, August It
P.M. i
3:30McLean's Program
3:45Musical Interlude
4:00Let's Dance
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Guest Star
6:15Masterworks from France
(RDF)
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00Gay Paris Music Hall
(RDF)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00 Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:15Opera Concert (VOA)
8:45Battle Report (VOA>
9:00Radio University (VOA)
9:15Stamp Club (VOA)
9:30 Radio Amateur Program
(VOA)
9:45Sports and Tune of Day
tVOA) .
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:15Interlude
10:30The HOG Hit Parade
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off.
Tomorrow, Sunday, August It
A.M.
8:00Sign On
9:03Musical Interlude
8:15Newsreel U.S.A. tVOA)
8:30Hymns of'All Churches
9:00BD3LE AUDITORIUM OF
THE AIK
9:15Good Neighbors
9:30London 8tudlo Melodies
(BBC)
10:00In the Tempo of Jazz
10:30Your American Music
11:00National LotterySMOOT
and Paredes
11:15Sacred Heart Program
11:30Meet the Band
12:00Invitation To Leamlne
(VOA)
P.M.
12:30Salt Lake Taber n a c 1 e
Choir
00The Jo Stafford Show
(VOA)
15American Chorallers
30Rev. Albert Steer
00The Opera and Symphony
Hour
30What's Your Favorite
00BBC Feature
00American Roundtable
30Thru the Sports Glass
45Radio Varieties U.S.A.
00Sports Roundup and News
(VOA)
15Report From Congress
(VOA)
30Almanac From America
(VOA)
00United Nations Review
(VOA*.
30The Blng Crosby Show
(VOA)
00American Symphony
00-Slgn Off
Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcasting
Corp.
RDFRadiodiffuslon Francaise
American Legion
Announces Awards
In Savings Bonds
Two dollars or more a word Is
offered to American Leglonaires
for writing a simple sentence or
two. it has been announced by
National Vice Commander Joe
H. Adams, president of the
Nation Convention Corporation.
Awards of $173 in U. S. Sav-
ings Bonds will go to the three
writing the best statements, in
50 words or less, on "Why I
wouldn't miss attending The
American Legion National Con-
vention in Greater Miami, Oc-
tober 15-18."
Fine writing is not necessary.
Its the reasons that count, said
Vice Commander Adams.
Writer of the best statement
will receive a $100 Savings
Bond, writer of the second best
statement will get a $50 bond
and the writer of the third best
will be awarded a $35 bond.
The bonds are offered by the
Convention Corporation.
The contest closes October 10.
Entries should be mailed to
National Public Relations Di-
erctor. The American Legion,
815 S. W. Second Ave., Miami
36, Florida, where they must be
received not later than October
12. Winners, who will be select-
ed by members of the National
Convention Contests Commit-
tee, may pick up their bonds at
that address during the nation-
al convention, or they will be
mailed the last day of the con-
vention. Vice Commander
Adams points out that these
bonds will help to defray ex-
penses in attending the con-
vention.
Notional Banner
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the flag of
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formerly was
called-------
13 Telephone
part
14 Heraldic band
15 Wile
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State" (ab.)
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25 Seize
27 Cicatrlx
21 Wing-shaped
29 Preposition
30 Tantalum
(symbol)
31 Down
32 Abraham's
! home (Bib.)
33 Prayer ending ET
35 Bound
38 Pastry
39 Unbleached
40 Transpose
I (ab.)
41 Wipes
47 Measure of
area
48 Goddess ot
infatuation
50 This is a
country
51 Employ
52 Its staple food
is
54 Incidente
96 Coxy
*7 Revoleen
17 Pronoun
20 Vipers
21 Laws
24 Scottish
singer
26 Visigoth king
33 Essential oils
34 Bird of
swallow
family
36 Expunger
37 Constraint
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(sb.)
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measure
44 Back of neck
45 Town in
Ireland
46 Otherwise
49 French coin
51 Mongolian
town
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Judge Halls Stream
Of Witnesses In
Dee Trial al Ancon
Judge Joseph J. Hancock told
the prosecution yesterday after-
noon in the U. 8. District Court
at Ancon that enough testimony
had been heard In the case of Mi-
na Dee, Panam Freight House
cashier charged with failure to
account for government funds.
Over 40 government witnesses
have been called so far. All of
them denied receiving refunds
from the Freight House.
The court session was adjourn-
ed until Monday morning when
one more, witness will be called
by Asst. District Attorney Row-
land K. Hazard.
A Panam Canal auditor has
testified that Mrs. Dee's accounts
from May 1945 to January of this
year were $3.036.90 short.
Although the mysterious white
slips of paper that Mrs. Dee
claims were handed her with
marked changes have ngt yet
been discovered, yesterday's ses-
sion did bring mention of exist-
ence of "white slips" from two
witnesses. Questioned by Defense
Counsel Woodrow de Castro. Car-
los E. McKay recalled that "ex-
ception" slips were prepared in
the delivery room of the freight
house whenever there was a com-
plaint as to the condition of the
freight received. Another wit-
ness, a customs broker, Roberto
Garcia de Paredes, said that
claims were turned In on a me-
morandum written on a piece of
paper.
Yesterday's session was delayed
thirty minutes when Asst. Dis-
trict Attorney Kay Fisher had a
fainting spell. She was revived
and recovered sufficiently to con-
tinue her work on the case.
Warned Of Germ
Warfare On Stock
PHOENIX. Ariz.. Aug. 18.
(UP.) Arizona's farmers ana ran-
chers are being alerted for pos-
sible danger to their livestock by
biological warfare.
The office of the state veter-
inarian. Dr. H. Hlght, Is dlsiribu-
Panama Doctors
Will Address
CZ Medical Croup
Three Panamanian physclana.
Dr. Mario Rognonl, Dr. Daniel
Chants, Jr., and Dr. Jaime di
la Guardia, will lecture at the
forthcoming meeting of the
Medical Association of the Isth-
mian Canal Zone. The meeting
will be held at 7:30 p. m.. .Tues-
day, at the Gorgas Memorial
Laboratory In Panama.
. All three doctors are mem-
bers of the staff of the San
Fernando clinic. Their topics
will be as follows:
1. Aureomycin In Acute Amoe-
biasisDr. Mario Rognonl.
2. Incidents of Renal Tuber-
culosis at Santo Toms Hospital
Dr. Daniel Chanis. Jr.
3. Partial Gastrectomy as the
Procedure of Chr-lc* t" ?'
Surgical Treatment of Gastrcl
aid Duodenal UlcersDr. Jaime
de la Guardia.
East German Reds
Rally At Border
BERLIN. Aug. 18 (UP) East
German Communists called a
border rally today to protest
what they called "brutal nolle*
attacks" on Communist youthi
who attempted to demonstrate
in West Berlin. West Berlin
headquarters said alerted polic.i
stood ready to crush, any at-
tempt of the Communists to In-
vade the West during the pro-
test demonstration.
The calling of the protest
meeting near the border of thi
French sector indicated that the
Communists might attempt to
storm the West again. Meanwhlli
the Communists called for the
opening of an "energetic" cam-
paign of action against remili-
tarization in West Berlin and
West Germany.
ting literature which will enabls
stockmen to take precautions,
State veterinarians and brand
inspectors have been briefed M
watch for foreign diseases In live-
stock.
The plan is part of the statt
civil defense program.
ordon's
Stands Suptc-tttc^


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by Jack Lait
THE CHIEF!
On March 6, 1903, I entered the service o William Ran-
dolph Hearst.
That was the start of my Hie as a newspaperman.
I was not yet twenty years old. I became a reporter on the
Chicago American not by chance, either as to the work I want-
ed to do or where I wanted to do It.
Hearst newspapers fascinated me. That they have never
ceased to do. To me they are still the most outstanding and
invigorating manifestation of my country, where they were
born, to create our own native journalism ana to revolutionize
all Journalism
Mr. Hearst had few papers In 1903. The American was not
yet three years old. We were widely accepted, but we were in
a stiff and rough circulation fight, and the tall, gentle but in-
cisive man spent much time in Chicago.
He knew all his staffers there, personally gave some of us
assignments. He was kind enough to send me on some. And
when he projected his own national party, he electrified me,
a callow youngster, by selecting me' as the correspondent for
his own papers on his own campaign.
We toured all the 48 states and 1 lived for months In his
private car.
Never did he tell me what to write: never on the whole
route did he criticise what I had written.
My reports went not only to the Hearst newspapers, but
were given out in duplicate to the news services.
Labor [Newa
And
(Comment
It was on that journey that.he was reading the Infamous
Foraker letters, which exposed first-hand the venal tie-up be-
twen Standard Oil and Influential members of Congress.
The first of these historical documents was to be read by
him in his speech in Columbus. Ohio, Foraker's home capital.
Mr. Hearst had prepared his talk, written it by hand, and
had me bring up the hotel stenographer to transcribe the
peech, including the letter. I paid her from a petty cash fund
I carried.
The whole nation knew that he was to read the first of
the damning letters from the Standard Oil lawyers, ordering
their U. 8. Senator to force certain legislation, and comment-
ing on similar actions which had been ordered and accom-
plished.
Mr. Hearst, wearing a long Prince Albert coat, faced a hos-
tile audience, which sat silent, tense, awaiting the actual text
of the deadly letter.
He read his introduction, summed up the infamous situa-
tion, of which he had voluminous proof, and announced that
he would now give Ohio and the world the first text of the
scandalous and nefarious correspondence.
He turned a page.
Then he looked more closely. Then he went back. Then he
looked forward, to the sheets yet to come.
_____
He stood there. In that dramatic moment, silent
And then he said. In effect:
"It seems that the stenographer. In putting together the
pages, left one outthe one with the letter."
I had given the text out to the local and national reporters,
and I had a copy In my pocket. I stepped out of the wings
and handed it to the Chief.
He then proceeded to read the Foraker letter.
But he had been deeply embarrased. The hesitation, the
pause, my walking out on the stage, had broken the tension:
some laughed, many whispered. The stenographer's blunder had
intruded as the world waited.
Because of the significance of the letter, concentration was
quickly retored.
He read it. And soon It had the wires of the nation vibrat-
ing with Its cold, criminal words.
I cannot bring back to you now what the Interruption had
meant then.
We all felt it. The big moment had been dulled. The "Inci-
dent'" would be reported and it would reflect an antl-cllmax
at a moment which should have risen to a tremendous cres-
cendo.
I drove back to the hotel with Mr. Hearst.
We were leaving at midnight for Cinclnattl, where he would
peak the next day and read the second letter.
He said nothing about the stenographer's mistake or about
any personal displeasure.
He thanked me for realizing what had happened and step-
ping out with the copy.
I went to my room and packed.
I was boiling angry. It was not my duty to check on his
speech script. But I was irked that such a boner could have
disturbed the high peak of the biggest story I had ever covered.
I threw some things into my bag and went down to Join
the party, to drive to our car, which was awaiting us In the
r nation.
Mr. Hearst put up his hand.
"Just a moment," he said.
Then he pulled out a $50 bill.
"Put this in an envelope," he told me, "and leave it for
the hotel stenographer.
"When she hears what happened, she will feel terrible."
She wHl feel terrible!
That is an anecdote I have never before written.
I know none that was more typical of William Randolph
Hearsthis understanding, his sympathy, his consideration for
little people, his own indifference to little matters, his own big-
ness in all matters.
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ANOTHER TRANSLATION
OF PANAMA'S ANTHEM
Dear Mall Box Editor:
I saw in your paper of August
15 the two translations of the
Panama National anthem. I am
enclosing still another transla-
tion which I have had for many
years. This one comes from a
book of the national anthems of
the world which was put out by
the United Nations when it first
started- As it is entirely different
from the other two I thought I
would send It In. The translation
seems to have been done by Lor-
raine Noel Finley.
Now at last is our country united.
And thereby our victory gained.
Our new nation with glory re-
quited.
Shines with radiant light self-
sustained.
SOLO
With a veil thou must covtr the
sorrow
Of the struggles and anguish now
past.
And Illumine the dawn of tomor-
row
With harmonious light that shall
last.
Thus shall progress reward thy
devotions.
To the measure of heavenly song:
While behold at thy feet both the
oceans
Make thv destiny noble and
strong.
Musical
By Victor Riesel
Nothing can stop the Army
Air Corps except a small
union, tightly controlled by ve-
teran friends of the Soviet
Union, strategically operating
in the center of the vital cop-
per industry, and long dedicat-
ed to fighting America's de-
fense efforts In several wars.
Here's how they can clip our
wings.
Off we go Into the wizardry
of modern chemistry, just as the
Pentagon experts have this past
week.
And It can be reported, on the
highest authority, that the De-
fense Dept. probe into chemis-
try and labor relations left them
considerably disturbed.
So alarmed, in fact, that they
have sent word to the White
House that in the event of a
threatened nationwide copper
mining and smelting sttlke,
President Truman should move
in immediately and seize and
operate the Industry.
As soon as this warning was
received, the government dis-
patched flying teams of conci-
liators to the western mining
regions to talk the miners and
refiners of the Mine, Mill and
Smelter Workers led by the most
expert pro-Sovleteers of all, in-
to sticking to the lrjobs.
It will be explained to
the the copper worker,
among whom are the na-
tion's most radical rank and
file (honest radicals most
of them), that any slashing
of the flow of copper might
mean the slowing of our
Air Force across the world.
That's the chemistry of it.
The fuel experts explain-
ed it to the Pentagon this
way: '
To make the high-powered
aviation gas needed for our
modern fighters and bombers,
we need vast quantities of sul-
phuric acid.
The acid comes from two
sources.
One is sulphur, of course, but
sulphur is very scarce. We need
it for a thousand other war and
vital civilian Items.
Furthermore, Britain, France
and India alone take 15 per cent
of our sulphur for their own re-
covering Industries.
So we've been counting on
another source of sulphuric acid
not an overwhelming source,
but Important very Important.
And that source Is copper.
When copper Is refined, the
Industry pours off sulphuric
acid In the process.
Then the vats are dispatched
to the big petroleum refineries.
There the acid helps (as a ca-
talyst) to make the aviation
gasoline that moves a superso-
nic air fleet.
Without It no aviation gas.
Any cut In the supply means a
slash In the fuel which lifts air-
craft Into the wildbrue yonder...
So, if copper doesn't get
hacked out of the earth,
and, therefore, isn't refined,
there'll be no sulphuric acid
from this source. Draw your
own conclusions in this era
of trans-Pacific airlifts and
hundreds of bombing sorties
over North Korea each day.
And the Pentagon air strate-
gists, faced with a strike by the
Mine. Mill and Smelter Work-
ers' Union. 80,000 men In 90
per cent of the copper digging
and refining Industry, aren't
exactly soothed by the shutting
down of the Abadan oil refinery
across the world. In Iran.
From those weirdly shaped
refineries ,the world's largest.
there flowed 27,930,000 gallons
of oil a day. A great deal of this
was aviation gasoline
Now it's shut, mainly as a re-
sult of the terrific pressure from
the Stalinist underground there.
This has meant a general
tightening up of aviation gas
among our European allies
and. therefore, right across the
continents.
Aviation gas will get scarcer
If there's a national strike by
a union led by men given to
violent attacks on us in the
hysterical jargon of the pro-
Sovleteers.
That union won't depart from
the ultramilltancy of the pro-
Communist unions.
It won't break with Its re-
cord. And what's in the record?
It was the leader of that union.
Reld Robinson, who organized
* world war n pro-Soviet
American Peace Mobilization
aim plcneled the White House
to prevent our helping the anti-
Nazi nations.
It was Robinson, who on
Sept. 1, 1940. in effect, pub-
licly urged his followers not
to dig vital copper and zinc
becav.se they would be turn-
ed into bullets. And simi-
larly, just a few months ago,
under the leadership of his
successor, Maurice Travis,
the same union led in dis-
tributing the Stockholm
Peace Petition, a Soviet
inspired enterprise denoun-
ced by the State Dept. as an
effort to lull us into defeat
in Korea and elsewhere.
And yet these men are to-
lerated by 80,000 American min-
ers, good men most of them.
What's happening to some of
our working people?
Wage demands are one thing
and aviation gas to protect our
bovs against the enemy is some-
thing else to be fought for Just
as intensely.
Hanging by a Hair
Herd On This Beat

By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.The recent attempt to organize
the police of New York City Into a trade union
strikes me as horrifying, first, and then some-
thing close to the kind of ridiculousness suit-
able for zany musical comedy. Preferably star-
ring Bobby Clark.
On the serious side you might let Mike Quill
take over the Armed Forces, too. and then he
can stop or start a war to suit his megaloma-
nia.
Old Jawn Lewis darn' near did that in the
last one with his coal strikes, and you could as
well go whole hawg and allow the entire busi-
ness of living to be placed on wages-and-hours
and portal-to-portal.
The cop thing, in past light of union cantan-
kerousness and In past Ight of Mr. Quill's
complete disregard for the welfare of his city
could be wonderful in its potential.
The cops could be made to walk off their
beats, leaving a clear field for the vandals and
thugs to cavort at their leisure, with the entire
theory of law-and-order reduced to the cave-
man concept of tooth and fang.
How this mad Idea first reached responsible
consideration I've no Idea, but It sounds more
like an opium dream than a reality.
The cops, despite their many faults and fre-
quent venalities, have always been a symbol of
dedicated 24-hour protection for you and me.
The policeman, the soldier, and the clergy-
man formed a trinity for the preservation of
body, land, and soul from the evils that beset
body, land, and soul.
Organize one. and you may as well organize
them all.
At a given signal of dissatisfaction with wages
or hours or working conditions. I foresee a
beautiful state of complete helplessness.
The footpad assaults the citizen, the aggres-
sive foreign power takes over the country, and
the devil is free to work his will on the unde-
fended soul.
Because the cop gets off the beat, the soldier
lays down his gun. and the padre skips his
pulpit.
Some weird transformation of character seems
to have poisoned the personality of the Ameri-
can individual In recent vears.
There seems to be a lack of reliance on per-
sonal ability, an absence of personal confidence,
a loss of satisfaction of personal achievement.
The trend toward the herd was never strong-
er, and anybody with one eye on history knows
what happens to herds.
Herds get dominated by one herd bull, with
a few favored lieutenants to help him, and all
Individual freedom is subjugated to the whim
of the herd bull and his assistants.
We have called this fascism, on occasion, and
communism, and whatever we call it. It has al-
ways led to the seml-destructlon of the herd.
The growing union attempt to take over the
country Is no less a pointed effort toward to-
talitarianism than Hitler's Insidious strangula-
tion of Germany or Stalin's clutch on the pop-
ular neck of Russia.
The pass at the police by Master Quill is a
trial putsch of tremendous Implication. It is
the first naked attempt to control one of the
three vital branches of free government. He
who owns the cops owns the nation.
Quill's barefaced threat to commence an un-
derground organization of the police Is almost
horrifying. Union technique in that case is
gradually to sign up sufficient members to be
able to present a demand for open recognition.
Failure to obtain this recognition would then
be answered with unionism's most potent wea-
pon strike. Strike In this case not only
means lack of protection for the Innocent by-
stander, but also Intimidation of the faithful
dissenters.
And this means nothing but civil war. with
the citizen In the middle.
It presents a lovely picture for this city, and
the nation.
If the idea continues to gain strength. If it
lsnt crushed, then I have a suggestion: Let
Quill organize all men into one huge union, and
let John Lewis organize all the women. Then
things will be simplified enormously.
At the whim of either man, the business of
breeding may be effectively stamped out. and
we won't need the atom bomb to convince us
that the human race has achieved great dis-
tinction, lately. In suicidal stupidity.
Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
THE UNNOTICED SHOWDOWN
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Syndicate, Inc.)
WASHINGTON. The key fact that explains
the strange doings at Kaesong is not in the
headlines.
What Is going on in Korea is the first real,
face to face showdown the first face to face
test of intentions and will that has occurred
In the cold war.
As these words are written, no one can pos-
sibly foresee the outcome.
But it is at least possible to examine the Is-
sues, and to explain whv this is a showdown,
whereas the Berlin crisis and the original Ko-
rean crisis last year were not showdowns.
The Issue which has turned the Kaesong
meetings Into a showdown between the free
world and the Soviet empire Is the issue of the
ceasefire line.
Its Importance cannot be understood, except
against the background of its history.
In brief, late In April or early in May. the
National Security Council reviewed the situation
In Korea and formally decided that this country
would accept an armistice if the enemy has
been driven from South Korea.
This Security Council decision led. in turn, to
Secretary of State Dean G. Acheson's testimony
at the MacArthur hearings, that the "military
objective of the United Nations" would be at-
tained If "we stopped them at the 38th Paral-
lel. .. and restored peace and security In South
Korea."
On the basis of Acheson's remarks, the Krem-
lin then instructed Yacov Malik to propose a
ceasefire on the basis of "mutual withdrawal
from the 38th Parallel": and so the armistice
negotiations began.
The Important point to note In the foregoing
is that the Kremlin was given good reason to
believe, and almost certainly did actually be-
lieve, that we would be satisfied with a straight
return to the Korean status-quo-ante.
Between Acheson's testimony to the Senators
and the opening of negotiations at Kaesong, the
position In Korea had altered radically.
Gen Matthew B. Rldgwav had captured the
Iron Triangle, placing UN. forces at some points
as much as thirty miles north of the 38th Paral-
lel.
The tvjestion therefore arose at once, whether
to be guided In the Kaesong negotiations by the
letter of, Acheson's Senate testimony, or by the
realities of the military picture.
The question was put to Washington by Gen.
Ridgway, initiating prolonged, anxious and ex-
haustive discussions, both between the State and
Defense departments, and between the Ameri-
can and British governments.
The arguments for sticking to the letter of
Acheson's testimony were obvious enough.
The arguments for the other course were,
broadly, two in number.
First, a ceasefire in theory ought to occur
without changes of troop positions, with ulti-
mate territorial settlements being left to sub-
sequent political negotiation.
Second, letting the Kremlin launch a bloody,
costly war, and then agreeing to restoration of
the status-quo-ante at the Kremlin's pleasure,
is an obvious invitation to another Kremlin ag-
gression on the same pattern.
In the State Defense and Anglo American
talks, these two arguments were found to be
convincing.
Hence Gen. Rldgwav was Instructed, with con-
currence from London, to Insist on a ceasefire
on the basis of the existing fighting line.
The instruction represents a hard decision,
which will not be receded from In any Impor-
tant way.
It has led to a real show-down for three rea-
sons.
First, the Kremlin knows as well as the State
and Defense departments that the ceasefire and
armistice, if thev are ever agreed upon, will be
all the peace the wretched Koreans can hope
for.
Second, since the ceasefire line will thus be
the permanent line of demarcation In Korea, the
Kremlin Is not getting the kind of deal It hoped
for when Malik made his radio talk.
And third, and most Important, acceptance of
the existing fighting line as the ceasefire line
wiil involve an actual loss of territory by the
Soviet empire an acknowledgement of defeat,
an open admission of failure, which It will be
verv hard for the Kremlin to make.
(Copyright. 1951. New York Herald Tribune Inc.)
^wily WASHINGTOH
MERRY-CO-ROUND
y DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson says: Only propaganda can win the Cold
War; Stalin fears influence of outside world on Russia
people; Friendship balloons are a start in the right
direction.
NEAR THE IRON CURTAIN, Central EuropeThe most Im-
portant answer to the alarming question put before Congress re-
cently by Secretaries Marshall and Pace"will there be war with
Kussia soon? lies In the long stretch of barbed wire extending
rrom the Black Sea to the Baltic which Winston Churchill named
the Iron Curtain.
a .!103,* Amerlcans, Including the U.S. Government, have neglect-
ed the Iroortance of this barrier between East and West.
We have failed to realize that there will always exist tha
danger of war with Russia as long as this curtain exists; as long
as the Moscow radio can tell the Russian people anything they
want about us and the Russian people have no way of knowing
the opposite; and as long as there is no free parliament, no free
church, no free press,, no free public opinion to prevent tha
Kremlin from declaring war.
,..w' have also failed to realize that even If we fight a war
witn Russia and win, actually our victory will be temporary un-
ir o .weT,ca.n contvert th* Russian people to friendship with the
u.b.A. until we have done that, we shall have to fight wars all
over again.
Finally we have failed to realize that Russia has never been
conquered by force of arms.
Napoleon tried It and got bogged down on the road to Moscow.
Hitler also tried it and got swamped in front of Stalingrad.
But the Kaiser, having been stopped In Latvia, picked up
Lenin in Switzerland, put him on a special train with drawa
blinds, and sent him to Russia.
It was after this that Russia, under a new Bolshevist regime,
finally surrendered.
In other words, It was propaganda and politics which really
defeated the Czar.
WEATHER BALLOONS
u Ttlat ls one reason wny 1 have been hammering home tha
idea that we should use any and all kinds of propaganda, in-
cluding weather balloons, to penetrate the Iron Curtain and get
the truth to the people of Russia and the satellites.
No matter what else ls happening Inside Russia, one thing is
certain. Stalin has imposed the Iron Curtain for the specific
reason that he fears contact between the Russian people and the-
outside world.
He knows, and a small segment of the Russian people also
know, how American and Soviet troops drank vodka together,
toasted their mutual friendship together on the shores of tha
River Elbe at the end of the war.
He also knows how soldiers of the Red Army who have vis-
ited Vienna, Warsaw, Prague or even shell-pocked Berlin, hava
returned to tell their friends about the culture and economic
progress of the free world lying beyond the Soviet border.
Some of these soldiers have shown such enthusiasm over tha
West and such skepticism over Communism that it has been
necessary to Isolate them, following their discharge, from their
native villages.
Stalin also knows that when the Nazis advanced Into Russia
in 1941 the astounding total of 3,600,000 Russians surrendered to
the Germans.
We in the West did not know about this wholesale surrender
until after we had seized German documents and Interviewed
German officers after V-E Day.
But Stalin knew. And he knew that the German army never
would have penetrated Russia as It did if many of the Russian
people had not actually welcomed It, and if whole segments of
the Red Army had not been eager to surrender.
The Kaiser's army In 1915-17 advanced only to Riga. It never
actually reached the soil of Russia proper.
Hitler's army in 1941 marched two-thirds of the way across
Russia, right down to the Caucasus. In other words, the Czar,
with all his tyranny, commanded more loyalty than Stalin.
These are some of the reasons for the Iron Curtain.
These also are some of the reasons why we must make tha
Iron curtain a lace curtain if we are to prevent war; if we ara
to win permanent peace over a period of years.
COUNTERPROPAGANDA
Propaganda balloons floated across the Iron Curtain hava
their drawbacks. If they disrupt satellite and Russian publio
opinion enough, the Kremlin is bound to start the rumor thai
they are carrying bacteriological warfaregerms aimed to ruin
the crops of the Communist people.
The Kremlin may also plant a bomb with an alleged propa-
ganda balloon, arrange to kill someone and then claim thai
Westerners are trying to murder the Russian people.
Some counterpropaganda like this is almost certain to happen.
But when two nations suffer such strained relations as tha
U.S.A. and U.S.S.R. you can't make those relations any worse*
and sometimes revolutionary methods and radical surgery im-
prove them.
Certainly it will be true that the louder the Kremlin squawks
and tries to twist the meaning of friendship messages to tha
Russian people, the more it ls certain that such propaganda is
hurting.
Freedom-friendship balloons floated across the Iron Crtala
are not, of course, going to change the people of Russia, Czecho-
slovakia, Hungary overnight. But they can help.
And added to the Voice of America and other propaganda,
some of which cannot be written about, they can hit the Krem-
lin In the Achilles' heel which Stalin is worried most abouttha
fear that the people behind the Iron Curtain may get to know
that we are a friendly, peaceful people who will fight If neces-
sary, but who, contrary to the Russian radio, do. not want war.
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Th Rev Phillip Havenei. Pastor
Phone 3-14*3.
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uraerT
SOU Young People' Meeting
Catun ,
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Services 11:00 am snd 7:30 p.m. Serving
the Lord' Suppei at both Service- Sun
dav School al 'I in p.m
New Hope. Chivs-Chiva. C i... Divint
Service 11 00 > m Sunday Schoui ai
1 00 n in
Rev. S. N Brown, Minister
Gamrxta. C.Z. Uivtne Services at 11.00
a.m. and 7:30 pin with Sunday School
at 3:0>i "in
Rev. A. W. Croak, Mlnlsler
RIO AU.UC
00 p in
11 P Su
vhnni at
(IK ill.I BAPTIST CHURCH,
Building 311 Bruja Ko...l
W. Y Pond Jr Pastor.
Sunday S-hool .......
Preaching Service ......
Spanish Service ........
Training Union ........
Preaching Service ......
Brotherhood 7:00 p.m. Mondays.
Prayer Meeting 7 0" Wednesdays.
9 45 am
10:45 a 111
3.00 11 in
6:00 l> 111.
7:00 p 111.
riKsl mriiM i lit mil
KaiDoa Heights. <- '1.
27 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B Balboa Height.
Phone Balboa 1727
"Youi Chiirrh away Irom norne
wllh a welcome lust as friendly"
William H BeeDl Paslol
Sunday Scnuoi............ 0:30 am
Morning Worship ......... 10 45 a.m
Baptist Training Union ... 6:30 pin
Evangelistic Service 7-30 nm
Prayer Meeting Wednesdays 7:30 pm
W .M S Bible Study
Thursdays ....................... gam
Men's Brotherhood
1 Last Monday In nunthi < ::i' pin
ATLANTIC MAPTISi CHURCH
Boliv-ai Avenue al ii'tli Street
Cristobal, C.Z
Rev. Fred L. Jones. Pastoi
"Your InvlUtion To Worship"
Bible School .............. -< -1:. a m
Worship ................. 11:00 a in
Training Union ............ 6:30 p.m.
Worship ..................7:30 pin.
Prayer Meeting 1 Thurs. 1 ... 7:30 p m
Catholic
(Lineo oeiov. are the catholic Churcnes
In the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City, the Cathedral 01 the im-
maculate Conception In Colon, end num-
erous parish churches In Doth cities, wel-
Sme English speaking visitors, though
Sir congregations are o'imsrily Span-
tsh-spenkiiig 1
ST. MARY'S
Balboa
Blinda. Masses 5ji. S:00. 10.00, 11:00.
1 11:00 a ni
BaBaetieiion: 5:00 pm
HeTy asav Masses; 5 io. 8 00. 11.10. 11:55
am
Confessions. Saturday-3.30. 6 00 pm
TtfO. 8.00 p.m Thursday foi Flrsl
PrMav 7:00. 8:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena Monday al
7:00 p.m.
Rosary every evening al 1 00
SACRF.D HEART
Ancon
Sunday Masses: 5:55, 7:30. 9 30 a m
Holy Days: 5:55. 7:30 am
Confessions. Saturday:i 30. 5 00 p m.
7:00. 8:00 pin Thursday for First
Friday7:00. 8 00 p.m
Sacred Heart DevotionsFriday at 7:00
p m.
ST. TERESA'S
Cocol i
Sundav Mass: 8 30 a 111
. Holy Days: 6 00 a m
C'l'KI'Mll CHAPLL
Curundu
Sundav Mass: 8 30 a 111.
Holy Days: 5 45 am.
Confessions: 3JO. 5.00 pm Saturdays
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8 30 a m
Holy Days: 6 30 a m.
Confessions: Saturday7:15. 7:45 pm
Jsosery: Monday. Wednesday and Salur.
day at 7:00 p m
Catechism Clast~ Sunday 10 30. 1130
gum
ST. JOSEPH g
Paraso
Sunday Man: 7:00 a m.
Holy Dsys: 5:45 a m
Confessions: Satui day3:30. 4 00 o m
Jtossrv- Tuesday-7:00 pm
Catechism Classes: Sunday-10 30, 1130
.'. VINCENTS
Panama
Sundav Masses: 6:00, 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 6:00. 8:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday-3 00. 5:00. 7 00,
Si." p.m.
Before Holy Days: 7:00. 8:00.
H1.M11 every evening: 7:00 p.m
ST JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Ro Abajo
Sunday Masses: 6:30. 8:30 a.m.
Benediction: 4:00 p.m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 a.m
Confessions: Saturday-?:S0. 4:30 p.m.
Friday sfler Mlreculoua Medal No-
Miraculous Medal Novena-Frldsy 7:00
Rosary: Mondsy snd Wednesday7:00
p.m
ST. THERESE'S
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am. Holy Day Mass:
Sacred Heart Devotions: Friday 7:00
Confessions: Saturday-3 30. 5.00, 7:00.
8:00 p.m. __ ,
Rosary every evening except Tuesday at
7:00 p m.
LOCO SLITO PLAYSHED
Pastor. Rev Wm J Finn CM.
Sundav Mass ............ 1:4* a m
Holy Day Mass ............ 6:00 a m
Sunday School............. : m
Services Thursday nights .. 7:45 Dm
Confessions before Mass
CHURCH Of im HOLY FAMILT
Msrgarlta. C Z
Rev William J Finn CM
Mass.......... ..SHI
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New- Cristobal. 4th. G SI.
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses. 7. 8 4 10:30 am.
Weekday Mass. 6:30 am.
Sat, 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses. 6:00 4 8:00 a.m.
Confessions, Rosary, nightly 7:00 p.m.
Sunday School after the 8 a.m. Mass.
Miraculous Medal Novena services
Mon 5:00 & 7:00 p.m. .... ,,
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st sat. alter
Mass.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Francis Lynch. C M.
Sunday Mass. 8:00 a.m.
Weekday Masses, Thurs. 6:30 a.m.
Sat. 7:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass. 7:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mon. 7:15 p.m.
1st. Friday, Confession. Communion.
7.15 p.m.
Confessions Sat. 6:30 St 7:00 p m.
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun. Near Locks
Pastor. Rev. Francis Lynch, CM.
Sunday Mass. 6:45 am.
Weekday Masses. Tues. St Frl 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass. 6:00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena seivlce
Frl. 7:15 p.m.
Confessions Sat. 7:15 8:00 p.m.
lit. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat. after
Mass.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
Margarita. C.Z.
Pastor, Rev. William J. Finn. C M.
Sunuav Musses. 7:30 St 0:30 a m.
Holy Day Mass. 6:00 a.m.
Miraculous MedaJ Novena service
Mon. 7:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults Frl. 7:00 p m.
Confessions Sat 4.00. 5:00 St 7.00 to
8:00 pm.
ST. JOSEPHS CHURCH
Coln. 10th. St Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Raymond Maohate. CM.
Assistant. Rev. Robert Vignola. C M.
Sunday Masses. 5:45 St 8:00 a.m.
Weekday Mass. 5:45 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses, 5:45 8 00 a m
1st. Frl. Masses. 5:45 at 8:00 a.m.
Communion. 8 Ot am.
aptisms Sun. 4:00 p m.
rsculous Medal Novena services
Wed et 6:15 & 7:00 p.m. .....
Novena of the Sacred Heart. Frl. 7:15
p.m.
Confessions Sst.. 4:00. 5:00 p.m. *
7::0 to 8.00 p.m.
Sunday School. 3:00 p.m.
Discussion Club. Young men of Psrlsh
Sun. 3:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Cmhollc Church, Mon. St
Thurs. at 7:15 p.m
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat after
Mass.
ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver Cily. C Z.
Pastor. Rev. Raymond Lewis. CM.
Sunday Masses, 5:45 4 8:00 pm.
Weekday Mass. 6 00 am.
Holy Day Masses. 5:30 4 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School. 11:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tues 7:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sun. 4:00 o.m.
Confessions Sal 3:30, 5.00 p.m 4 7:00
to 8:00 pm.
Instructions for adults. Tues. 4 Frl..
7:30 pin
1st Sat Devotion, every 1st Sat after
Mass.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev Charles Jacobs, CM
Sundav Masses. 7 -00 4 8 30 a m.
Weekday Masses. 6:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mssses. 545 4 6:30 a.m.
Mlrpit'iius Medal Novena service
Tues. 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heari Novena service. Frl, 7*00
Dm
Confessions Sst. 7:00 p m.
1st Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat after
Mass.
Sundav School 9:30 am.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
irl.C. flrsl Sunday In the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 p.m
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
st 6:30 pm
Women's Auxiliary 2nd ano 4th Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m.
House of Prayei and Fellowship fo: all
oeople
COROZAL
Good Shepherd
The Ven. A. F Nightengale
7:30 am. Every Friday. Morning Pray-
er.
illC 1st Friday.I
St. Simon's
10:30 a in
Communion
10:30 sin
mg Prayei
3:00 p.m
5:00 and f
7:30 p.m.
2:00 p.m.
uii Sunday
7:30 D.m
dety.
7:30 p.m
Woman's A
GAMBOA
Church: Rev D.A. Osborne
2nd. and 4th Sundays Holv
4 Sermon.
1st snd 3rd Sundayi Morn-
4 address.
Sunday School ,
1:00 p.m Youth Organizations
Evening Prayer snd address
Service si Penitentiary Even
ruesdav Girls Friendly So-
2nd. and 4th
uxlllary
Thursdays
Gamboa Penltealiary
Holy Communion 4th Sundav 2:00 p.m
LA BOCA
St Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
6 a.m.Holy Communion.
7 a.m Chorsl Eucharist and Sermon.
10 a.m-Morning Prayei and Church
School.
5 p.m.-Holy Baptism
7:30 pm. vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
7 a.m, Wednesdays snd Fridays a.m.:
GlrLs Friendly and 7 p.m Monday. 6
p.m. Tuesday. Vespers nightly st 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7:30 Dm.
MAHOARITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev. M A. Cookson
Sunday School 9 a.m Evening Prayer
/ :00 d in.
PALO SECO
Church of The Hely Comforter
The Ven A. F. Nightengale
Every Mondsp 8:30 am Holv Com-
munion.
PARASO
Rev. D. A. Osborne
8 00 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
1:30 im Sunday School.
5:30 p.m Evening Praver: 'no snd 4th
Sundays.
Mondav: 1:00 p.m Youth Meeting
Wednesday: 6:30 p.m Girls' Friendly
Society.
RED TANK
Rev. D.A. OsDorne 4 Rev. C A Crsgweli
11:00 a 111 Holy Communion and Ser
mon 1st. and 3rd Sundays.
11:00 a.m Morning Prayei snd add-
ress: 2nd and 4th Sundays
3:00 p.m. Sunday School and Baptism
7:30 p.m. Evening Praver snd address'
tnd. and 4th Sundays
A
nd
6:00
PANAMA CITY
si PAUL'S CHURCH
r Nightengale, ts.u M.B.fc.
I lie- Rev Hits Reginald Aiwell
Venerable Archdeacon
1 in Holy Communion 9:00
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN Stlr.NCt i III lit III s
flrsl Church ol Christ. Scientist Ancm
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11 00. Wednesday (H o.m
Sunday School 9'30 n m
11 -1 1 nm 1 n ul Christ, bcienlisi. CriMohai
1.1th Street 4 Bolivai Highway
Sunday 11:00 am Wednesday 1 3'n om
Sundav School 9 30 sin
Christian sjclent-e StM-lely. Gamboa
Civic Cen'.et Building
Sunday 1131 sm First 4 Third Wed
-.esday 7:30 Dm
Sunday School 10 15
7:00 o.m Evensong and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH Bl nip -st-.A
Coln. R de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington!
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
S IB Rector
SUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choial Eucharist ano Sermon
10:30 a m Church School
7 30 om Solemn Evensong 4 Sermon
WEDNESDAYS
g a.m Holy Communion
7:30 p.m. Evensong and Sermon,
1:30 om Adult Confirmation Claa.
THURSDAYS:
5 o.m. Prayet Cuild
FRIDAYS:
g p.m Children's Eucharist
7:.'in 11 ni Chnlr Practice
SATURDAYS:
10 a ni Children's Confirmation Clsa*
7:30 D.m Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
si. George's Church
Gatun, C Z.
Rev Solomon N Jacoba
Sundays.
8:45 a.m Church School
9:45 a.m. Moinlng Prayer
10.00 1 111 Holv Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
I 00 s 111 Holy Communion (Also Holy
Oav and Saints Days. I
Wednesdays:
1:00 p.m Evening Prayer
8 (10 n m St Vincent's Guild
1:30 om Choir Rehenrsai
Thursdays-
Church ol St. Mary The Virgin
tev Solomon N Jacobs
Sundays:
6-45 a.m Morning Prayer.
7 00 a.m Holv Eucharist snd Sermon
3 00 p.m Church School
6:00 pm Evening Song. Thursdsys
7:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holv
Oays and Saint Days. I
7 30 pm Evening Prayer. Fridays
5:006:00 p m Prayer Guild
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal
K .10 p.m St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10-45 am on thi
1:30 D.m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO
SI. Christopher's
The Rev Antonio (ichoa
7 30 am Choral Eucharist
10:00 a.m Church School.
R -00 d m Solemn Evensong
Thursday* and Holv Dav
1 m
3:00 p.m. Sunday School
4:00 Men's Meeting.
H.C. 7:00
Wednesday and Holy Days 8:30 a m
rtolv Communion
1 First Sundav ol even month l
Jewish
Episcopal
ANCON. C.Z
I III CATHEDRAL Ot SI UKI
The Rt. He/ R Heber Gooden Bishop
The Very R.v Ravmond T Penis De.n
7-30 a.m Holv Communion
9:30 am Cathedral School
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon
(First Sunday ol the month Holv Com
mnnion and Sermon 1
7:00 Dm Evening Prayei son Sermon
CRISTOBAL, tt.f
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd St neai G Navy
Rev Milln A Cookson Pastoi
Holy Communion 7:30 am
Church School 9 30 am
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11 00 am
(HC first Sunday In Ihe month 1
Young Panoles Vespei Service 4 31
1 ni
Wednesday Holy Communion g-30 om
Choir Rehearsal 7JO em
A House of Pravei foi all neople
C04 0I.I
Church ot Sl Andre
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery
Rev M A Conksim. Chai. US.NR
Holy Communion J JO a.iu
Jewish Wellaie Hoard. Bldg /9Z-X. La
Boca Ruad. Balboa. C.Z Rabbi NauW
iViikin director
Services on Friday I JO p mi
(See siso listings of Jewish sen vice-
indei Posts Bases and StaJoris I
Congregation Kol Shearltb Isrsel Ave
nids Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Panama City Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Services on Frldav om
Lutheran
REDEEMER It IIIHtVN CHURCH
'The Church 01 Ihe Lutheran tlaur'
It T Bermhal Pastor
<30 Balboa Road. Balboa
Sunday School and Bible Class gam
Worship service 10:15 am, "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good A
Iriendlv welcome awaits all visitors Pm
'ue*: simDei second Sundav each monih
6:30 pm, game night, fourth Sunday
':30 pm The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends s cor-
illsl welcome I*- all mlfltsrv rversnnnel
Methodist
rHt Ml THOOINI CHURCH
1 British .Conference 1
Minister Kev o neroeri Moon
1:00 a.m. Morning Prajet and acrmoo.
7:15 o.m Evening Prayei and Sermon
TRINITY METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and Melendei Avenue.
Coln. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m and 7:15
P-m.; Sunday School for all ages at I
u m.
Monda IM p.m.. Weekly Prayei
Meeting,
KBKNEZEH METHODIST CHURCH
Slver City. C.Z.
Rev Norman Pratt, Minuter
Sunday Services 8 a.m end 5:15 p.m.
Minday School for all ages at 8:30 p m
Tuesday 7:30 p.m., Praygsr Meeting.

Salvation Army
Panama City. Cane 15 de tebrcro
Services at 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m. (Mal-
os Wilson 1: Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at 11 am and 7:30
o.m. Sunday School al 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO o-ta. Sunday
School al 3:00 o.m.
Coln, mu Street
Services at........ 11 am. 4 7 JO pm
Sunday School at.......... 3:00 p.m
Coln. 3rd Slreel
Services at ...... 11 am. 4 I JO D.m
Silver City
Service at ................r 1:30 p.m
Sunday School at...........3 JO pm
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City. No. 1 J. A
Maynard; Panama City No. 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Services onlyi,
Adolphus Lewes, Chorrillo. P. A. Henry:
Rio Abalo. C. D. Abrahams: Gamboa. A.
A. Brzale, and Spanish City Church. I-
-luardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street. Joseph Bryan: Cris-
tobal English New Church. E. A. Cruck-
shank; Cristobal Spanish Church. B. J.
Maxon. (No Sunday night service el
oresentl
Sabbath school each church Saturday
J:30 a.m. Divine worship 11 a.m. Sunday
night service at all churches except
otherwise Indicated
Posts, Bases
And Stations
r-.u it u suit
Pnlestani
rORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. 9:15
Morning Worship................10:00
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday Schoui. Bldg 154 ...... 9:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:1a
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School .................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 1J :00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Bible School .............'...... 9:45
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7:00
U.S. NAVAI, STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Monlrng Worship ................. 9:15
Catswtte
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass .................. 9:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass .........,......... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPL
Sunday Mass................... 10:30
FORT KOBBE
Dslly Mass .................... TJO
Sunday Masses ..........1:00 4 9:00
ISTH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ................... 7 45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sundav Mass ................... 9:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Dally Mass ..................... 6:30
Sunday Masses ..........7:45 4 9:45
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR TORCE BASt
Saturday....................... 6:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ...................... 4:00
toltl KOBBE
Thursday ...... ................ 1:00
JWB. Balboa. C.Z.
Friday......................... 1*0
ATLANTIC SIDE
Pretestaal
FORT DAVIS
Protestant Worship Service...... 9:00
FORT GULICK
Sunday School .................. 9 00
Morning Worship .............. 10'90
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Siinrbv School .......... 9-30
Protestant Worship Service.....11:1*
Catholic
FORT DAVIS
Sunday Mass ................... 10:00
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mass ............. 9:00
COCO SOI.O
Sunday Mass.................... 9:00
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ..:.................... T:00
Other Churches
And Services
BAHA'i CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. *4th Street
Panama Mondav: Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8:00 Dm.
Church ot Jesus Christ at latter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C Z
Sunday School 10 00 a.m
Services 10:30 e.m.
At JWB Armed Torees Services Center
on La Bocs Road.
CHURCH O CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W llarland Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAV SERVICES
Bible Clases 101 all ages .... 10:00 sm
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a m
Preaching and Communion .. 7:00 o m
MIDWEEK SERVICES
Bible Studv ...... Wednesday 7.-00 pm.
Ladies Bible Class Thursday 1:4* pro
CHI Kt II O* CHRISTOld Crleteesu
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legion Hall
m from ot Ihe Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:45 s.m
Visitors welcome
Ladles Bible Study al Gstun
Phone Gatun 416 01 Ft Qullck 309
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Clianlarn William H Blali
Sunday School ................ 9:46
Morning Worship................ 11:00
Young Peoples Service ......... 9:45
Evening Worship ........'....... 700
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 Dm and Saturday 930 a m
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 1 30 a.m
Tuesdays. Wednesday* nd Thursdays
R:30 a 111
Sacrament el Unction (Heeling Ser-
vice 1 First Sundav of eecb month el
7:30 11 m
Moani Halleetb Chrisiiar Church
Panama, R.P
Rt Rev T James. D O Bishop
ufflclsntine.
Morning Worship et ....... 6:0U am.
Holy Communion at........ g:30 a m.
Fellowship Worships*...... II'00 am
Bible Reading at .......... 3:00 p.m
Divine Service at ......... 7:fin om
Sermon si ................ 8 00 om
Holv Communion at ...... 9 00 n rr
Bs I bos-A mador Read IMO Cia
Nan-lteiwmlnatsesi
Vespei Service at O* p.m. Sunday.
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Panamatortca
DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE DIVULGAMOS LA TERDAD QUE LOS DEMS OCULTAN

MADERAS
de
construccin
AGENCIAS
GLOBALES. S.iU
Via Espaa,
final. Llegando
a Juan Franco.
Telfono 3-1503.
AO VM>*KM" SfeXTi'
PANAMA. R. P., SBADO, AGOSTO 18. 1951
CINCO CENTESIMOS
MONUMENTO AL IRRESPETO
Los bancos efectuaron en Panam
pagos en julio por 39 millones
Como nn monumento al poco respeto que
tos de trnsito, la persona que maneja este ve
pies del hidrante, violando as flagrantementa
al respecto.
Si bien es cierto que el problema del esta
ciudad, esto no significa que los conductores
para asi satisfacer un deseo muy personal y t
do, an a costa de la seguridad pblica.
Los conductores de vehculos deben coop
trnsito y la Polica Nacional debe asimismo
personas que. pareciendo derivar un gozo enfe
a nuestras autoridades el reto: "Con un poco
parecen merecer entre nosotros los reglamen-
hculo lo estaciona sobre la acera a unos cinco
y quizs impunemente las disposiciones
cionamiento de vehculos es grave en nuestra
deben por ello violar las leyes y disposiciones
gcista: encontrar estacionamiento fcil y cmo-
erar para la solucin de nuestros problemas de
proceder con mano fuerte contra todas aquellas
rmiso de estas violaciones, laman diariamente
de suerte se puede salir uno con la suya".
EL MUNDO TAMBIN ESPERA!
L.....L~- -.
Este soldado rojo aguarda sentado la terminacin de las (in-
ferencias mientras los pases democrticos en idntica postu-
ra observan el giro de las negociaciones v su tpico estilo de
"acorden" que las caracterizan y se impacientan ya por co-
nocer los resultados de las gestiones para asegurar la paz de
Corea y poner fin a una matanza intil originada por las
luchas por la prepotencia y la hegemona del poder, t
Siguen inclinados sobre los
mapas los representantes de
ambas delegaciones militares
La Habana paraliz
actividades por las
exequias de Chibas
LA HABANA, agosto lft. (UP)
El entierro efectuado ayer
del Senador Eduardo Chibas,
popular dirigente de la opo-
sicin que se hizo un mortal
disparo en un esfuerzo por lla-
mar la atencin del pueblo ha-
cia su cruzada contra la co-
rrupcin oficial, constituy una
de las ms Impresionantes ma-
nifestaciones- de duelo en la
historia de Cuba.
Se calcula que ms de 50,000
personas marcharon tras el
cortejo fnebre desde la Uni-
versidad de La Habana, en la
que el cadver estuvo en capi-
lla ardiente, hasta el Cemen-
terio de Coln. Los estableci-
mientos comerciales cerraron
sus puertas a las cuatro de la
tarde para que sus empleados
pudieran asistir al entierro.
Despidieron al Senador Chi-
bas en el cementerio, Emilio
Orhoa, sucesor interino de Chi-
bas en la Presidencia del Par-
tido del Pueblo Cubano: Enri-
que Huertas, presidente de la
Federacin Universitaria; el Di-
putado Pardo Liada, ahijado
poltico de Chibas y el doctor
Roberto Agramonte, candidato
a la vice-Presidencla de Cuba
en las ltimas elecciones por
el Partido del Pueblo Cubano,
cuyo candidato a la Presiden-
ca fue entonces Chibas.
La polica inform que ms
de 50 mujeres, tres de las cua-
les fueron hospitalizadas, su-
frieron sincopes o ataques de
histeria emocional en el entie-
rro.
El entierro de Chibas se e-
fectu con honores correspon-
dientes a un Coronel muerto
en accin.
Ser suspendida la Campaa Anti
Malrica en toda la Repblica
El Ministro de Previsin Social inform en la maana de hoy que dentro de pocas se-
manas quedar totalmente suspendida la campaa antlmalrica en toda la Repblica, en
vista de que la partida que fu asignada en el Presupuesto, se agot casi en su totalidad en
los meses anteriores a que entrara ste en vigencia.
Para tratar de resolver esta situacin se efectu en la maana de hoy una reunion en
la Contraloria General de la Repblica a la cual asistieron el Ministro de Previsin Social,
Ing. Juan de Arco Galindo, el Director de Sal ud Pblica, Dr. Alberto Calvo, el Contralor don
Henrique de Obarrio y el Jefe de la Campaa Antimalrica, don Marcelo Gallardo.
Despus de un cruce de ideas y de explicar sus puntos de vista, el Contralor manifesto
que l senta mucho la situacin que se haba planteado, pero que era preciso ajustarse al
Presupuesto y que l no le vea otra solucin ai problema.
El Ministro Galindo manifest a la prensa que l no ve la necesidad de iniciar nuevas
obras, cuando no hay dinero suficiente para mantener los gastos del Estado, sobre todo los
que afectan la salud pblica. Agreg que siguiendo el criterio de que las partidas se agotan,
tambin se podra ordenar el cierre del Hospital Santo Toms, porque sus partidas se en-
cuentran sobregiradas. ...
El caso es de lo ms grave, explic luego el Jefe de la Campana Antlmalrica, por
cuanto slo hay tres mil balboas para lo que resta del ao y en slo pago de personal y
mantenimiento de equipo, la Seccin gasta quince mil balboas mensuales.
La situacin planteada ha comenzado a agravarse por cuanto ya ha sido rechazada
una requisicin para comprar Paludrlna, la cual se usa todos los aos en las escuelas que
estn ubicadas en zonas malricas.
El Magistrado Carlos Guevara
conocer la peticin fiscal
del enjuiciamiento a A. Arias
El Fiscal analiza su posicin "como producto de
temeraria y punible resistencia a las auto-
ridades constituidas"
El Magistrado del Tribunal
Superior, don Carlos Guevara
ser el ponente de las sumarias
que se siguen en relacin con
los sucesos del da 10 de mayo,
despus -que el Fiscal Prhnaro
del Segundo Tribunal de Justi-
cia J. M Vsquea Daz emiti
ayer al Tribunal ante el cual
acta, el expediente y la .opi-
nin correspondiente.
En su extensa vista, en la cual
ee Agente del Ministerio Pu-
blico pide el enjuiciamiento del
exPre3idente Arnulfo Arias, de
su edecn el seor Roberto Ati-
quizla Jr. y los seores Mario
Cont Fernndez, Alfredo de
Souza, Rubn Navarro, Teodoro
Brln, Eduardo Brlceo, Marcos
Caballero, Dlomeeds Quintero S.,
Pascual Urea, Allrlo Diaz, E-
duardo Joaqun Yeros, GuiiHr-
nio Rodriguez (a) "Gallllu",
Francisco Jos Linares, Juan de
Dios Poveda y Leonor Gonzalez
Santos, que se sobrevea provi-
sionalmente en favor de las de-
ms personas que fueron prime-
ramente Implicadas m qua tu-
rnan a ms de qulpientas.
El Fiscal Instructor al pedir
el enjuiciamiento del doctor Ar-
nulfo Arlas, analiza su posicin
en los hechos que se Investigan
como producto d la temera-
ria y punible resistencia a las
rdenes de las autoridades
constituidas".
Aunque con el pronuncia-
miento del Agente Fiscal la in-
vestigacin entra en su segunda
etapa, esto no opta para que de
acuerdo con mejor criterio del
Tribunal se ordene ampliacio-
nes por deficiencias o aclaracio-
nes necesarias que deban de ha-
ctrse a la instruccin sumarial.
BASE DE AVANZADA, agosto
18. (UP). El sub-Comit del
Armisticio que consta de cua-
tro miembros, estuvo estudian-
do los detalles del mapa para
la zona neutral en Corea du-
rante la segunda reunin cele-
brada por ellos hoy.
de afuera de la sala de
conferencias se poda ver a
los dos delegados comunistas y
los dos de las Naciones Unidas
Inclinados sobre el mapa en el
cual hacan ciertas marcas a
medida que hablaban.
La reunin de hoy dur tres
horas y 19 minutos con una
hora 59 minutos para almor-
zar, terminando a las 4.18 de
la tarde. La. prxima reunin
se llevar a cabo maana a
las 11 a.m.
Lo mismo que durante la
primera sesin, los miembros de
la sub-Comisin parecan cal-
mados mientras hablaban. La
tensin nervioso que prevaleci
'Pasa > Hat t. rol Si
Atacados a cuchilladas ayer
tres detectives durante una
batida de maleantes en Coln
Dos detectives tuvieron que ser conducidos al Hos-
pital Amador Guerrero para ser atendidos
por las lesiones que les causaron
COLON, agosto 18. Du-
rante una batida llevada a ca-
bo anoche por la Polica Se-
creta de esta ciudad, los ma-
leantes Alejandro Gran Villa y
Alfredo Jos Ferrara atacaron
a tres detectives, dos de los
cuales tuvieron que ser con-
ducidos al Hospital Amador
Guerrero para .ser atendidos
por heridas sufridas en la fren-
te y manos al tratar de cap-
turar a los maleantes.
Durante el recorrido efectua-
do por los alrededores del mer-
cado pblico situado en la Ca-
lle 11. fueron capturados 14
i maleantes, todos con un histo-
rial policivo bastante extenso.
Entre los detenidos se en-
I cuen t r a n dos fumadores de
; canyac, Mario Enrique Moreno.
i panameo de 29 aos y Miguel
, Florentino Arlas, costarricense
i de 34 aos, a quienes se les
i encontr encima 22 y 1-12 ci-
garrillos de marihuana, respec-
I tlvamente.
Don Ricardo A. Lince
Jefe de Redaccin de
'1 Panam-Amrica'
La Direccin de "El Panam
Amrica" design hoy como Je-
fe, de Redaccin de este diario
a 'don Ricardo A. Lince, miem-
bro del cuerpo de redaccin. El
seor Lince ha estado vincula-
do por largo tiempo al perio-
dismo nacional, habiendo sido
redactor. Jefe de Redaccin y
Director del tabloide "La Hora".
El nuevo Jefe de Redaccin re-
emplaza en esta posicin a don
Armando Moreno O., actual Se-
cretario del Ministerio de Go-
bierno y Justicia, quien se se-
par de "EH Panam Amrica"
para ocupar esa alta posicin.
El seor Lince entr inmedia-
tamente a ejercer las funciones
de su nuevo carge.
Este ao tendr el
Canad cosecha
"record" de trigo
OTTAWA, agosto 18. (UP).
El Gobierno canadiense pronos-
tic que la cosecha de trigo de
este ao alcanzar un 'record'
absoluto de 583 millones de
fanegas y segn la Oficina de
Estadsticas, solo el estado Inu-
sitado del tiempo podra impe-
dir las cosechas 'records' de to-
dos los cereales.
La cosecha de trigo esperada
superar a la del ano pasado
en 120 millones de fanegas y
aventajara en 15 millones de
fanegas el 'record' anterior es-
tablecido en 1928.
La Universidad Nal. Tiene
Disponibles B.l.300.000 Para
Desarrollar Su Plan De Obras
Dicha suma ha sido dada en calidad de prstamo
por la Caja de Seguro Social
Enga a un Banco
16 aos y lleg a
ser tu Presidente
NEW KENSINGTON. Pa. a-
gosto 18. (UP). Los fun-
cionarlos federales dieron a co-
nocer los detalles de un "fan-
tstico plan" mediante el cual
el empleado bancarlo Ludwig
Schlekat malverso ms de 600
mil dlares del "Parnasua Na-
tional Bank" de esta ciudad
para hacerse elegir presidente
del banco.
Schlekat comenz sus mani-
pulaciones hace diez y seis anos
cuando era cfc.lero auxiliar v
logr ocultarlas hasta hace una
semana cuando los funciona-
rlos federales descubrieron que
faltaban 800 mil dlares del
efectivo de la caja del banco.
Uno de los funcionarlos dijo
que Schlekat "no solo utiliz
los fondos del Banco para com-
prar acciones del mismo y ha-
cerse elegir presidente, sino que
los us para encubrir malas
inversiones y poder aparecer
como banquero hbil y digno
de la mayor confianza".
Segn un funcionarlo, "la
mayor Inversin" de Schlekat
tuvo lugar en 1947 cuando to-
m 245 mil dlares de los fon-
dos del banco nara comprar
por intermedio de tercera per-
sona la mayora de las accio-
nes de la empresa. Despus fue
"elegido" presidente.
Esto representa pagos por
B. 49.8 por habitante que
es considerada cifra alta
Los Bancos que operan en la Repblica efectuaron pagos en
el mes de Julio por B/ 39,927,474.25 o sea 49.8 balboas per capita,
cifra que puede considerarse bastante alta, segn informe sumi-
nistrado a la prensa por la Direccin de Estadstica y Censo.
Dicho Departamento sobre este particular envi el siguiente
comunicado a "El Panam-Amrica":
La Direccin de Estadstica
y Censo de la Contraloria Ge-
neral de la Repblica en su a-
fn de brindar tanto al Go-
bierno como a los estudiosos de
nuestros problemas econmicas
material de Investigacin, ini-
cia con esta publicacin una se-
rie semanal de informacin fi-
nanciera.
Comprende el cuadro que se
presenta hoy, el movimiento do
pagos semanales efectuados por
los bancos que operan en la Re-
pblica desde el 2 de Julio has-
ta el 4 de agosto de este ao.
asi como tambin el total e
pagos efectuados durante el mes
de julio.
Careciendo de estadsticas so-
bre la renta nacional, esta se-
rie puede reflejar la actividad
econmica de la Repblica, ya
que los pagos efectuados por los
bancos Indican a su vez, los pa-
gos y retiros que hacen las per-
sonas naturales y Jlridlcas que
mantienen cuentas corrientes y
a plazo en las entidades bar-
carias y que representan, entre
otras cosas pago de Impuestos,
transacciones comerciales de to-
da. ndole, alimentacin alquLe-
fe*. salaries, etc.
Al analizar el cuadro se ob-
{serva en primer lugar que el
total de pagos efectuados por
los bancos durante el mes de
Julio fu de B. 39.927,474 25 O
sea per capita en la Repblica,
cifra que puede considerarse
bastante alta. Se nota, igutl-
mente, en el movimiento sema-
nal, que en las semanas que in-
cluyen principios y fin de mea
es cuando se efectan la mayor
cantidad de pagos, y por otra
parte de el 23 al 28 de julio es
la que menos actividad muestra.
Cabe observar que esta serlo.
slo indica el movimiento del
dinero crediticio, que constitu-
ye solamente un elemento den-
tro del volumen de pago, y no
considera los pagos que se ta-
cen en efectivo.
Esta serle Indicar con mayor
claridad, a medida que transcu-
rra el tiempo, la tendencia de
nuestra economia, ya que para
la mejor apreciacin de los fe-
nmenos econmicos se requiero
la comparacin entre diversos
periodos.
Para un estudio ms amplio
de las entidades bancarias, III
Direccin de Estadstica y Cen-
so publica trimestralmente ca
su boletn "Estadstica Pana-
mea", el Informe de las rari-
dades bancarias que operan en
ia Repblica".
MOVIMIENTO DE PAGOS SEMANALES EFECTUADOS POR LAS
ENTIDADES BANCARIAS QUE OPERAN EN LA REPBLICA:
I DE JULIO-4 DE AGOSTO DE 1951 (1)
Semana
Movimiento de pagos:
Balboas
La Universidad de Panam
dar un nuevo impulso a su
plan de construcciones dentro
de la ciudad universitaria, y
para tal fin tiene disponible la
: suma de B. 1,300,000.00.
Dicha suma ha sido recibida
en calidad de prstamo por la
Caja de Seguro Social y el
Consejo General Universitario
en reciente sesin celebrada a-
cord impulsar nuevas obras
en nuestro mayor centro de es-
tudios.
Segn los Informes obteni-
dos en fuentes de entero cr-
dito se acord continuar la
construccin de la Escuela de
Medicina, reacondlcionar los la-
boratorios de la Facultad de
Ciencias, la construccin de un
laboratorio de hidrulica y tam-
bin la construccin del edi-
ficio que ocuparn las facul-
tades de Derecho y Adminis-
tracin Pblica y Comercio.
La licitacin para la cons-
truccin de la Facultad de De-
recho y Comercio se cerrar el
da 20 de los corrientes y se-
gn Informes dados a uno de
nuestros redactores, dicha obra
debe iniciarse a fines de este
ao.
La Universidad cuenta con
la suma de B. 1,300,000 que tie-
ne disponible para un periodo
de tres aos para llevar a cabo
diversas construcciones en el
Campus Universitario.
Se predice grave
escasez de autos
desde septiembre
DETROIT, agosto 18. .
Edgar Kaiser, presidente de la
Kaiser-Frazer Corporation, pre-
dijo que Estados Unidos su-
frir "una escasez de autom-
viles este otoo, la cual pue-
de durar hasta fines de 1953".
Kaiser dijo Igualmente que
su emoresa produca 1,200 au-
tomviles diarlos en la prima-
vera de 1942 y ha tenido que
reducir su produccin a 230
diarias debido a la escasez de
materiales y haber tenido que
dedicarse a la produccin de
material blico.
Esprase que un
huracn azote a
Kingston, Jamaica
MIAMI, agosto 18. (UP).
El observatorio meteorolgico
inform que el cicln que se
encuentra cerca de Jamaica
con vientes de ms de 190 ki-
lmetros por hora, est au-
mentando en Intensidad avan-
zando hacia el estrecho de
Yucatn a razn de 32 kilme-
tros por hora.
El boletn meteorolgico dado
a la publicidad deca que el
huracn al que se calificaba
de "muy peligroso" se encon-
traba alrededor de 175 kil-
metros al Este, sur-este de
Kingston, Jamaica, esperndo-
se que azote esa isla en horas
de la noche. Agregaba que el
huracn continuaba en direc-
cin del Oeste nor-oeite con
aproximadamente la misma ve-
locidad de traslacin.
El doctor C. L. Riegger. del
observatorio de Miami, quien
penetro en el huracn en un
vuelo desde San Juan. Puerto
Rico, Inform que el cicln te-
un vrtice de alrededor de
35 kilmetros de dimetro cu-
bierto por una especie de nie-
bla que dijo era poco corriente
en fenmenos de esta clase.
Enrique Linares
declara ante el
Fiscal Segundo
Fueron Indagados ayer por el
Fiscal Segundo del Circuito, Lie.
Daro Sandoval. los seores En-
rique Linares y Hctor Octavio
Navarro en relacin a la in-
vestigacin que se adelanta con
motivo de la denuncia presen-
tada por el Gerente del Banco
Agropecuario, relativa al cobro
por parte de varios empleados
de vacaciones sin tener dere-
cho a ello.
En la indagatoria tomada al
seor Enrique Linares, ste di-
Jo que de acuerdo con el C-
digo del Trabajo, l tenia de-
recho a un sueldo de vacacio-
nes proporcional a los 18 me-
ses en que estuvo al frente del
Banco Agropecuario y que di-
chos cheques fueron extendi-
dos a su favor despus de ha-
ber sido despedido del puesto
por el actual Gobierno.
El seor Hctor Octavio Na-
varro declar que el cheque gi-
rado a su favor en concepto
Pasa a la rae h Col :?
2 7 de Julio................................... 9.865,842.09
9 14 de Julio ................................... 9,136.572.84
16 21 de julio ................................... 9,418,552.11
23 28 de julio ................................... 8,005,426 92
30 de Julio 4 de agosto ........................ 10.195,863.02
Mes de julio...................................... 39,927,474.25
<1) Incluye Banco Nacional de Panam, bancos provinciales
de Coln y Chlrlqui. Banco de las Provincias Centrales (Herrera,
Veraguas. Cocl v Los Santos), Cala de Ahorros (ciudades de Pa-
nam y Coln i. The National City Bank of New York (Sucursal
en Panam), The Chase National Bank of the City of New York:
Sucursales en Panam. Coln y David) y Cari Friese y Ca., de
Bocas del Toro.
Se espera maana la llegada
de los ltimos delegados a
conferencia de la 'Econosoc'
Se pide el boicot
comercial contra
el gobierno checo
WASHINGTON. Agosto 13
(UPi La Comisin de Rcia-
cones Exteriores del Senado pi-
di el boycot total del comercio
de Estados Unidos con Checoes-
lovaquia hasta que el periodista
norteamericano William Oatis
sea libertado de la prisin co-
munista checa.
Sin un voto en contra, la Co-
misin aprob el proyecto oe
resolucin aprobado unnime-
mente por la Cmara el Martes
pasado, el cual pasa ahora a'
saln de sesiones del Senado ta
donde est asegurada su apro-
bacin.
La resolucin expresa" la pro-
(Fasa a la Pag. I. Col. ti
Para maana domingo se es-
| pera la llegada de ios ltimos
! delegados de los pases amerl-
I canos a la sesin extraordina-
! ria del Consejo Interamerlcano.
, Econmico y Social de la Or-
ganizacin de los Estados Ame-
ricanos, que se inaugurar el
: lunes en esta capital.
La delegacin ms numero-
sa es la de Panam, siguiendo
muy de cerca la de los Esta-
;dos Unidos de Amrica, quie-
nes se encuentran ya laboran-
do sobre los proyectos que pre-
sentarn a la conferencia.
La conferencia se inicipr el
lunes en la maana con una
sesin protocolar, donde los de-
legados de los distintos paiser.
americanos se pondrn de a-
cuerdo en lo relacionado a la
discusin del temario.
La secretara de la confe-
rencia ha estado laborando des-
de el pasado lunes en todo lo
referente a su organi/aciun ge-
neral.
Once miembros del personal
tcnico adscrito a la delcsa- j
cin que asistir en represen-
tacin de los Estados America-1
nos en Panam se trasladarn
al Istmo el sbado <18 de agos-
to i por la Pan American World
Airways (vuelo 301. 8 p.m.i
Integran el grupo Huntlngton
Morse, Ethel. Gilbert, Charles
Nolan. Woodllef Thomas. Ro-
bert Sayre, Elizabeth Morley.
Cornelia Cubano. Doris Coste-
llo, Helen Stefekos, Mary John-
son y Elizabeth Enochs.
Presiden la delegacin esta-
dounidense Edward Miller, se-
cretario auxiliar de Estado pa-
ra asuntos interamericanos v
Amos Taylor, director de a-
suntos econmicos y sociales de
la Unin Panamericana. Tay-
lor parti de Miami hacia Pa-
nam el viernes (17 de agosto,
vuelo 301. 8 p.m.-) y Miller el
domingo (19 de agosto, vuelo
301. 8 p.m.)
En el mismo avin en quo
viaja el secretario Miller so
trasladar tambin a Panam
el seor Jorge Mejia Palacio,
ministro-consultor de la emba-
jada colombiana en Washing-
ton, quien asistir a la confe-
rencia en representado ^
gobierno.
Se espera que tomen p8rt#
en la reunin delegados de las
21 Repplicas americanas.
La Caja de Seguro
aprob el informe
sobre el hospital
"La Junta Directiva de la Ci-
a de Seguro Scciai en se^n
celebrada en la tarde de ayer
dio consideracin al lnfoirr.o
/resentado por la Comisin Tc-
nica Asesora del Hospital del
Seguro y lo aprob en todas sus
partes.
Esto indica que la Caja sel
Seguro Social ha tomado las re-
soluciones definitivas para la
preparacin de los proyectos ne-
cesarios para una nueva Policl-
nica y para el Hospital de r.s
Asegurados oue ha de construir-
si en los terrenos adquiridos ad-
yacentes a la Universidad.
La Sesin de Arquitectura do
la Caja, bajo la direccin cel
Arquitecto Carlos Fbrega, con-
tinuar los trabajos de esta-
dios y proyectos, los cuales una
vez terminados, se proceder a
comenzar la construccin de es
edificios que ocuparn los ser-
vicios de consulta mdica y hos-
pitalizacin del Seguro'.




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NUEVOS RUMBOS DEL BUR
11
Enere los requisitos de elegibilidad para ser
incluidos en la lista de posibles agraciados con las
casas que en la actualidad construye el Banco de
Urbanizacin y Rehailitacin se cuentan: traba-
jar y residir en la capital; ser panameo por na-
cimiento o por naturalizacin: integrar con los
convivientes un grupo familiar de tres a seis perso-
nas: tener entradas familiares no menores de cin-
cuenta balboas ni mayores de ciento veinticinco
mensuaimente: no estar en mora con la Caja de
Seguro Social o el BUR, si son o han sido inquili-
nos de estas instituciones: acreditar mediante do-
cumento que no se es moroso habitual ni se tienen
antecedentes penales o se profesan ideas antisocia-
les: indicar ios nombres y residencias de tres per-
sonas de buena reputacin que puedan testimoniar
los datos suministrados, as como la buena conduc-
ta del firmante de la peticin; y, por ltimo, no
padecer enfermedades contagiosas o sociales.
Como cabe afirmar, se ha hilado bastante del-
gado en lo ataedero a las condiciones para ser
elegible por el Banco de Urbanizacin. Y debe ser
as, porque de otro modo se volvera a las anda-
das, con peligros evidentes para el capital inver-
tido por la institucin.
En cuanto a los factores que sirven para esta-
blecer la puntuacin que ordena la lista de adju-
dicaciones an se ha apretado ms en el aspecto
social, trascendental para el xito de esta tarea
cuya meta es procurar la solucin del problema
de la vivienda en un medio tan en estado primi-
tivo en este aspecto como es el de Panam.
Y as se da importancia a la residencia actual
de los peticionarios, al hacinamiento en que viven,
a evitar la disgregacin de la familia, a la posibi-
lidad de que los elementos contribuyan al progreso
de la Urbanizacin por ser capaces para las faenas
de horticultura, de avicultura, de apicultura; se
acumulan puntos para los hbiles en profesiones u
oficios que son oportunos en la comunidad reuni-
da: no se olvida la solvencia, la conducta, las ga-
rantas, la estabilidad del empleo que desempea
cada 1.1.0: ciO e, se enluta el problema del grupo,
sin echar a un lado al individuo.
Claro es que la implantacin de un sistema
que rompe con prejuicios y busca las realidades di-
nmicas, lo funcional antes que lo sencillo, no se
puede pensar que de una vez proporcione resulta-
dos definitivos. No hay que dudar de que vendrn
rectificaciones. Quiz nazcan en el seno mismo del
Banco de Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin. Tal vez
sea la opinin pblica la que las sugiera.
Pero es as como se avanza: es as el progre-
so. Se observan las fallas de la actuacin pasada o
presente, se concretan sus causas. Se elabora un
nuevo plan. Se disea diferente rumbo. Pero se
mantiene una actitud de alerta, por si se necesi-
tan otras rectificaciones.
Por todo esto es lgica la confianza que des-
pierta el Banco de Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin
en sus nuevos rumbos: los de las rectificaciones,
el orden, el mtodo cientfico, la sistematizacin,
que es de lo que el pas est urgido.
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A LOS SEORES MEDICOS
HEMOS RECIBIDO LAS ULTIMAS NOVEDADES EN
LIBROS CIENTFICOS PARA DOCTORES DE LAS
MAS IMPORTANTES EDITORIALES DE ESPAA
COMPENDIO DE BIOLOGA, por Umberto Plerantoni. 3a. edicin
TRATADO DE ODONTOLOGA, por Port-Euler. reimpresin.
TRATADO DE LAS ENFERMEDADES DEL LACTANTE,
Prof Plnkelsteln. 3a. edicin.
HISTOLOGA PATOLGICA, por Max Eorst.
TRATADO DE PATOLOGA MEDICA, por K. Beckman, 2 tomo..
2a. edicin.
TRATADO TERAPUTICA QUIRRGICA ESPECIAL,
por Max Baegesser.
COMPENDIO HISTOLOGA HUMANA, por S. Schumacher, cuarta
t cicln.
DI "GNSTICO Y TRATAMIENTO TUBERCULOSIS PULMONAR Y
IARINGEA. por H. Ulriri.
TAS DE ANATOMA HUMANA, por W. Spalleholz. 3 tomos.
RATADO DE HISTOLOGA, por Prof. Giuseppe Levi. 2a. edicin.
TP \TADO DE DIAGNSTICOS QUIRRGICOS, por Duplay.
Undcima edicin,
MIDICINA LEGAL, por Baltha/ard. sexta edicin.
DICCIONARIO TERMINOLGICO DE CIENCIA MEDICAS,
1 or L. Cardenal. 3a. edicin.
TR \TADO DE HISTOLOGA, por Stohr. 24 edicin alemana.
MANUAL ATLAS DE TCNICA DE LAS AUTOPSIAS.
i or Franco, la. edicin
ES'ERILIDAD MATRIMONIAL, por Clavero. 2a. edicin.
BFEVIARIO DE URGENCIA OBSTTRICA, por Mascaro, 2 edicin.
HISTORIA DE LA MEDICINA, por Douglas Outhrie.
TRAS LAS MASCARA DEL CIRUJANO, por Hirpole.
HOJAS DEL ARCHIVO DE UN CIRUJANO, por Harpole.
LA LEGION BLANCA, por Harpole.
(Y muchas otras obras ms, pues nos esforzamos de poder
tmer el mejor surtido de libros cientficos en Panam.)
SERVICIO CONTINENTAL DE PUBLICACIONES
Calle 30 Este No. 21 Telfono 3-3250
O TAMBIN EN
PARIS, agosto de 1951.Estas
fueron las ltimas palabras de
Felipe Petain:
"Se vive bien en el sector".
Hacia alusin el moribundo a
las condiciones de .su cautiverio,
o bien el anciano se haba per-
dido en un sueo en que lo tras-
lad a los tiempos cuando, ge-
neralsimo en la primera gue-
rra. Iba a visitar a sus soldados
en las trincheras, a sus "pollus"
para ver si el "rancho era bue-
no"? En todo caso, la frase
permite todo gnero de Interpre-
taciones.
Gracias a los testimonios o-
culares recogidos por el Impor-
tante semanario France-Dl-
manche", esta revista apoltica
y de enorme circulacin ha in-
tentado redactar un documento
humano, constituir un relato
lo ms fiel posible, de los l-
timos instantes del antiguo jefe
de Estado. F.sto. dentro de las
normas de una informacin ho-
nesta v objetiva, limitndose a
la exposicin de los hechos con-
forme a la exacta y estricta
verdad histrica.

Felipe Petain muri en un a-
posento tapizado con papel ver-
de Imperio, sembrado de abejas
de oro. El prisionero haba sido
trasladado a la villa'' LUCO el
2 de junio, como consecuencia
del "indulto mdico".
El domingo vspera de su
muerte. la seora de Petain y
sus familiares comprendieron
que esta vez haba que abando-
nar toda esperanza, que ya nada
habia que esperar de un orga-
nismo cuya robustez y tenaci-
dad de vivir hablan sido objeto
de tantas sorpresas. Desde lue-
go, el rostro del enfermo haba
cambiado. El mariscal se encon-
traba va en esa somnolencia a-
nuncladorn de la muerte. A ve-
ces su sueo estaba agitado por
una penosa respiracin.
El mdico militar le" adminis-
traba oxigeno. Una enfermera y
una religiosa no se apartaban
de su cabecera. En ocasiones un
lamento, un gesto dejaban en-
trever que el enfermo no se ha-
llaba Inconsciente.
Desdp tres dins atrs, el mo-
ribundo era alimentado sola-
mente con suero fisiolgico .
Su cama de bronce estaba
instalada en el I -do del cuar-
to, cerca de una ventana con
las persianas cerradas. El mo-
biliario de ese antiguo saln-
adornado con retratos de fami-
liahabia sido reducido para la
comodidad del servicio.
Por la tardo se pens que el
moribundo pasara an la no-
che, tal vez ms. Su respiracin
se haca cada vez ms difcil
Su semblante apareca menos
tenso. Pero la noche fue agita-
da.
La Muerte
Expir a la maana siguiente,
a las nueve y ?2 minutas, exac-
tamente. La enfermera le tenia
el pulso. Ningn signo haba
permitido descubrir que la lti-
ma re-snlrscln ya no seria se-
guida de ninguna otra.
En tanto que las enfermeras
y las religiosas proceden a la
"toilette" mortuoria, los fami-
liares y antiguos colaboradores
del Mariscal, se congregan en
la villa "Luco". Recibidos por
la seora de Pelain. los parien-
tes y amigos ceden a la inevita-
ble emocin. Pero uno de ellos
recuerda la consigna dada en
abril de este ao por el difun-
EPILOGO EN DETAl"
Ce
orno muo e
i
anca
i detain
"Se vive bien en el sector," fueron sus ltimas pa-
labras. Lo que posiblemente quiso decir. Un
mdico militar le aplic oxgeno hasta el postrer
instante. La gorra roja del Mariscal de Francia
bajo los guantes blancos. Cuatro anclas sobre
el catafalco. Dos testamentos. El poltico es
intento de justificacin de Vicby.
(Tomado de "El Tiempo" de Bogot)
ELIMINE
LAS CANAS
"ACEITE VEGETAL
MEXICANO PERFUMADO"
Devuelve a los cabellos su
primitivo color, hayan sido
stos rubios, castaos
o negros.
No es nocivo No mancha
Es un producto de calidad.
PREMIADO EN VARIAS
EXPOSICIONES
to:
Ni llorar, ni gemir.
Mas todo el mundo comparte
el dolor de esa mujer admira-
ble cuya actitud impone el res-
peto. En la poca en que su ma-
1 rido tenia las riendas del poder
supremo, la marscala no figu-
raba en ninguna ceremonia ofi-
cial v no haca hablar nunca
de ella. Slo intervino para a-
compaarlo en el destierro y en
el cautiverio. Y a despecho de
las molestias debidas a su edad.
la esposa supo asistirlo sin de-
caer hasta el final. Estuvo con
l en las horas crueles sin ha-
ber querido gozar de los privile-
gios y honras oficiales en los
das del triunfo.

Cuando una enfermera invit
a los presentes a entrar en 1 I
cmara mortuoria. Felipe Pe-,
tain lucia su uniforme de ma- |
riscal. Un rosarlo rodeaba sus
manos juntas, cerca de su kepis
sobre el cual habian sido colo-
cados un par de guantes blan-
1 eos. .
La muerte habia suavizado
sus rseos. Una sonrisa apenas
perceptible flotaba sobre sus.1
labios Incoloros.
El lecho habia sido dispuesto
ahora en el centro de la habi-
tacin, la cabeza cerca de la
chimenea, en donde el crucifijo
aparece entre dos velas encen-
didas. Constituye la canilla ar-
( diente seis grandes cirios de
I ielesia y cinco laureles-rosas en
1 flor, trados por las religiosas
Al anochecer, desDu? del a-
mortajamlento. el cuerno fue
colocado en el atad, v ste, so-
bre dos caballetes. ba|o un pa-
' o negro ornado con cuatro an-
cas de marina, y recubierlo el
todo con una bandera tricolor
sobre la cual se dispuso el kepis
rojo del mariscal de Francia.

El mircoles, el barco que ha-
ce la travesa entre la isla v el
Continente, desembarc al se-
neral Wavgand. el general He-
ring, antiguo eobernador mili-
tar de Paris, el almirante Fer-
net 'los tres en uniforme, va-
rios ex-minlstros del mariscal
monseor Cazaux. oblsDO de Lu-
zon, monseor Chapolle. obispo
de Aneers. otros prelados, el
general Laure. etc.
Las campanas de Yeu doblan
lentamente. La casa mortuo-
ria est a cien metros de la
iglesia en cuyo interior la nu-
merosa concurrencia se va con-
gregando.
Cerca del catafalco, la seora
de Petain, vestida de riguroso
luto, est sentada en un silln.
i El general Weygand est arro-
1 dillado en un reclinatorio. De
1 la villa "Luco" sale el atad
1 precedido por un monaguillo
Emplea Ud.
la misma
crema dental
que usaba
en 1948
1' erdaderamente
escalofriante !
"UN GRITO
EN LA NOCHE"
Prximamente en la
Red Panamericana
llevando la cruz procesional v
por monseor Rhodain, que ofi-
cia. Ocho veteranos de la gue-
rra, con trajes tpicos de la re-
gin, y dos antiguos prisione-
ros de 1940 transportan la caja
recubierta con un velo tricolor.
La ceremonia religiosa es trans-
mitida al exterior de la iglesia
por varios alto-parlantes.
Luego, la comitiva se dirige
al cementerio, ese viaje que es
el, ltimo para todos los hom-
bres, mariscales o modestos sol-
dados, prisioneros u hombres
Ubres. Un cortejo de obispos y
de generales acompaa a tra-
vs de la pequea Isla el cuerpo
del antiguo Jefe de la Revolu-
cin Nacional de Vichy. El ke-
pis de Petain y su medalla mi-
litar son llevados por un ve-
terano de la guerra. A las doce
y cincuenta las personalidades
llegan a la sepultura. Antes de
abandonar el camposanto, el
general Weygand arroja a la
tumba abierta la cruz de gue-
rra de un soldado ganada he-
roicamente en el campo de ba-
talla.
El mariscal muri cuatro dias
despus del Kromprlnz. que ha-
bia mandado los ejrcitos ale-
manes frente a l, en Verdn.
* *
La semana aue precedi al
desenlace fatal. Petain habia
tenido an largos momentos de
lucidez. Habia apreciado su
cambio de residencia. Contem-
plaba los cuadros de familia
del dueo de la casa. Apoyado
en su almohadn, se Informa-
ba de la identidad de los per-
sonajes de esos lienzos: oficia-
les con uniformes de gala, ca-
pitanes de fragata que habian
servido en Trafalgar.
Habia estrechado tan fuerte-
mente a su sobrino, al abrazar-
lo, que el mdico militar tuvo
que desapretarle los dedos cris-
pados sobre la mano de su visi-
tante.
En la Cmara francesa de
diputados corri la versin de
que Petain haba muerto no el
lunes por la maana, sino la
vspera, durante el da. Un pe-
ridico agreg:
El secretario de Estado de
lo Interior me telefone ayer
tarde, domingo: "Petain muri
y se le enterrar el martes o el
mircoles".
Se repeta tambin una frase
del abogado defensor Isorni, al
embarcarse el sbado para la
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isla de Yeu:
Es probable que haya muer-
to.
Segn los que creen que Pe-
tain muri el domingo, el go-
bierno francs habra retardado
el anuncio del fallecimiento
para ponerse de acuerdo con la
familia y los abogados, a fin
de disponer el ceremonial de
las exequias.
Dos fotgrafos de la seccin
de identificacin judicial salie-
ron el lunes por la maana pa-
ra la isla de Yeu. adonde lle-
garon el mismo da por la no-
che. Regresaron a Pars el mar-
tes. En presencia de un funcio-
narlo de la presidencia del con-
sejo, los especialistas "sacaron"
los clissa fin de evitar toda
indiscrecin y toda "huida".
Estas fotos sern entregadas a
la familia para que disponga
de ellas como quiera.

Petain hizo testamento. Est
depositado en una notara de
Pars. El mariscal llevaba siem-
pre la copia en su bolsillo.
En este documento explica
las razones por las cuales nc
redact sus Memorias: "Estas
suelen proporcionar a su autor
la oportunidad demasiado fcil
para erigirse un pedestal".
El testamento, depositado en
una notarla de Pariscomo an-
tes se dijoversa sobre los a-
suntos privados del mariscal.
Pero su testamento poltico est
contenido en el libro "Cuatro a-
os en el poder" (Ediciones "La
Couronne Littraire). que es-
cribi en 1946, en la Isla de Yeu.
He aqu algunos pasajes esen-
ciales. Los citamos lmparcial-
mente como documentos que la
Historia apreciar con toda se-
renidad. Acerca de la condena-
cin a muerte de De Gaulle, el
mariscal declar:
"El juicio del general De
Gaulle se imoftso nor una ne-
cesidad de disciplina militar
como valor de elemplo. a fin de
detener el movimiento de xo-
do de oficiales franceses hacia
el extranjero. Es evidente que
tal sentencia por contumacia
era meramente terica. No es-
tuvo jams en mi pensamiento
el darle un comienzo de aplica-
cin".
Sobre las deportaciones de o-
breros franceses a Alemania.
"Cuando a principios de 1942
los alemanes exigieron que los
franceses fueran a trabajar a
Alemania, dos polticas eran po-
sibles. Rehusar, y en este caso
los alemanes habran procedido
personalmente a las deportacio-
nes ilimitadas y en condiciones
de rigor tales que los prooio3
trabajadores franceses hubie-
ran sufrido terriblemente Dor
esta medida inhumana. O bien.
aceptar el principio v. por to-'
dos los medios, "frenar" los
viajes a Alemania, tratando de i
asegurar las mejores condicio-
nes posibles de trabajo a los!
que no se hubiese podido evitar
la deportacin. La sensatez y el
Inters que no he dejado de te-
ner siempre por la clase obrera
aconsejaban que se escogiera
esta ltima solucin".
Sobre el sistema republicano:
"En lo que respecta a mi ac-
titud frente a las Instituciones
republicanas, puedo decir que
nunca tuve ambiciones polti-
cas. Ni siquiera tuve jams la
idea de servirme de los aconte-
cimientos para derrocar un r-
gimen ante el cual he observa-
do en todas las circunstancias
la ms absoluta lealtad. Inclu-
so, a peticin de la Asamblea
Nacional, he buscado sencilla-
mente los medios de mejorarlo".
Sobre la Resistencia:
"He resistido siempre a los a-
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5:15 Carrera
5:30 Intermedio popular
6:30 Ronda musical
7:00 Grandes organistas del
mundo
7:15 El piano marico
7:30 Nuestros artistas
7:45 Acordes porteos
8:00 Presentacin personal de
Los Kkaros
cortesa del Saln de
Belleza Rex
8:30 El carrusel de la alegra
cortesia de la Licorera
Tropical, S. A.
9:00 La Zarzuela del Sbado
10:00 En el "Mundo de los
clsicos
11:00 Buenas noches
MAANA DOMINGO
8:00 Buenos dias
lemanes. As, pues, no poda ser
sino partidario de la Resisten-
cia. La Resistencia es el signo
de la vitalidad de un pueblo.
Pero como Jefe del Estado, yo
no podia aprobarla pblica-
mente, en presencia de la Ocu-
pacin".
8:3 Almanaque de la
Red Panamericana
8:30 Valses favoritos
8:45 Ritmos del Norte
9:00 Delicias tropicales
9:30 El concierto matutino
10:00 Mxico y su msica
10:15 Espaoleras
10:30 Cancionero de la maana
11:00 Sorteo de la Lotera
Nacional
11:15 Johnny Albino y su Trio
San Juan
Mi
11:30 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de saln
12:30 Intermedio popular
12:5 La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
narrador Eduardo Molino
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Apartado 134
Matrimonio Mir Guardia-Carie Grimaldo
Hoy a las 6:00 p.m. ante el tafrado altar de la Iglesia de
Cristo Rey, unirn sus destinos en los sagrados vnculos del ma-
trimonio, la gentil seorita Slzta Caries, hija del seor Rubn D.
Caries y seora Slzta Grimaldo de Caries, y el apreciable caba-
llero Efran Mir Guardia, hijo del Dr. Gregorio Mir y seor*
Esprenla Guardia de Mir.
La linda noria lnoir una elegantsima creacin de tul nylon
y encajes, creada especialmente para ella por la seora Eumella
de Calvo- Los niveos azahares formarn regla corona a la des-
posada y un bello ramo de rosas blancas completara el atavo
pelaL
La ceremonia ser apadrinada por los padres de los novios;
1 Dr. Julio Alemn y seora Emella Zubleta de Alemn, el se-
or Jos Maria Gonzalea y seora Elba E. de Gonsles, el seor
Jos Mara Grimaldo y seora Corina de Grimaldo, el seor Gil-
berto Grimaldo, la seora Xenla Carlos de Julio, el seor Toms
Guardia, y la seorita Ligia Elena Ponce.
Regarn flores al paso de la novia las lindas mellisas Maria
Eugenia y Mara Luisa Valds y sostendrn la col del vestido
nupcial las primorosas mellisas Querube del Rosario y Rosita del
Carmen Arlas. El nio Jos Ramn Garca Jr., portar los ani-
llos y las arras sern llevadas por la nlita Elbita Estenos.
Despus de la ceremonia religiosa los padres de la novia ofre-
cern na recepcin en su residencia.
El Parama Amrica se complace en formular sinceros votos
por la felicidad eterna de los contrayentes de hoy, y sue Dios
derrame sobre ellos sus mltiples bendiciones.
Buffet en la Presidencia
El Excelentsimo seor Presi-
dente de la Repblica. Don Aici-
biades Arosemena, ofreci n sbado a las 12:30 p.m. un bu-
ffet en la Presidencia, en honor
de los Jefes y Oficiales del Bar-
co de Guerra "Missouri" da la
Flota de los Estados Unidos en
el Caribe.
Recepcin
.Circulan invitaciones para la
esplndida recepcin que en ho-
nor del Excelentsimo Sr. Pre-
sidente de la Repblica don Al-
clbiades Arosemena y su distin-
guida esposa doa Hellodora A.
de Arosemena. ofrecern el Co-
mandante de la Fuerza de Cru-
ceros de la Armada de 1os Li-
tados Unidos en el Atlntico, el
Comandante del 15o. Distrito
Naval y el Comandante de Cru-
cero de los Cadetes, maana
domingo 10 de agosto de 4:00 p.
LA COMPAA PANAMEA
DE ACEITES, S.A.
por este medio cita a todos los accionistas
a la ASAMBLEA GENERAL ORDINARIA
que tendr lugar el da mircoles 29 de
Agosto de 1951, a las 4:30 p.m., en las
oficinas de la Fbrica situada en la Carre-
tera del Aeropuerto.
EL SECRETARIO.
3S.
ni. a 6:00 p.m. a bordo del Bur-
eo de Guerra Missouri, en el
Muelle 0 de Cristbal, Zona del
Canal.
Cocktail
El Consejero de la Embajada
de loe Estados Unidos en Pa-
nam, seor Murray M. Wise y
seora Edith de Wise, ofrecieron
el jueves en su residencia un
cocktail para agasajar a un
grupo de sus amistades.
Cocktail
El Atache Econmico de la
Embajada de los Estados Unidos
en Panam, seor Louis C- Ko-
lan y seora de Nolan, ofrecie-
ron anoche un cocktail en su
residencia situada en los Altos
del Golf, para presentar a Ijs
Miembros de la Delegacin A-
gilcultural del Punto cuati o,
quienes llegaron a nuestra ca-
pital el Jueves procedentes de
Nueva Orleans.
Agasajo
El doctor Luis Vallarlno aga-
sajar a su seora doa Marce-
la D. de Vallarlno esta noche en
su residencia, con motivo de ha-
ber salido electa "Reina de las
Casadas". A este agasajo asisti-
rn un grupo de sus amistades
quienes en novedosa compaisa
irn despus al Club Unin don-
de tendr lugar el Tradlclonnl
Carnavallto Estudiantil.
T en El Panam
Las simpticas graduandas del
ao 49 del Colegio Internacional
de Mara Inmaculada se reuni-
rn para un t esta tarde a les
5:00 en el Hotel El Panam, con
el fin de estar todas juntas pa-
ra Miacer reminiscencias de lt*
das escolares y compartir horas
felices que harn de este t o-
tra de las ocasiones inolvida-
bles del grupo del 49.
Distinguidos viajeros
Presentamos nuestro atento
saludo de bienvenida al Vice-
presidente de la Repblica de
Costa Rica. Doctor Alberlo O-
reamurlo Flores y seora doa
Mary de Oreamuno, quienes se
encuentran pasando unos ias
en la capital, huspedes del Ho-
tel El Panam.
Saludamos al seor Williurn
VVeiland. Primer Secretarlo c".c
!a Embajada de los Estados U-
nldos en El Salvador, quien lle-
g a la ciudad y asistir como
Delegado a la Segunda Reunin
Extraordinaria del Consejo in-
teramerlcano Econmico y
Social.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despus de haber pasado unos
das en Panam, como huspe-
des de 8. E el Embajador de
ios Estados Unidos, seor John
Cooper Wiley y seora Irena de
Wiley, embarcaron ayer en el
vapor Ancn para Nueva York,
el seor Thomas 8. Gordon.
miembro de la cmara de Re-
presentantes de los Estados U-
nidos, su seora y su hija a-
talle. Los despedimos cordial-
mente.
Despedimos al seor John E.
Hushing, Alguacil de los Esta03
Unidos en el Distrito Judicial
de la Zona del Canal, quien si-
gui ayer a Washington en don-
ue visitar por una temporada
a su hermano.
Para Sur Amrica
Siguen a Cartagena, Colombia,
a visitar a sus familiares, la se-
ora Katie C. Klleman y la #0-
florlta Elisa Recuero. Las des-
pedimos- i
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebran en esta fecha aos
de casados el seor Carlos Na-
varro y seora Lastenla Diez de
Navarro. Nuestras cordiales fe-
licitaciones.
En el Club Unin
Son muchsimas las persoi.t.s
que han reservado mesas para
el Tradicional Carnavallto Es-
tudiantil que tendr lugar esta
noche en el Club Unin. Asisti-
rn varias comparsas con lin-
dos y curiosos vestidos, entre
stos los de 8u Majestad Mar,t-
zu I y los de la "Reina de loa
Casadas" seora .Marcela Dio 2
de Vallarlno
CUMPLEAOS
Ud. puede aurVlZ-ZAN-Dl
con satisfaccin y confianza,
porque nunca se desprenda.
Esta atractiva pintura no se
esparce ni endurece.
Adquiera hoy la de su matii
predilecto.
MA.CA IIUtUM
EL LPIZ LABIAL IE LA MUIEI I0NITA
Offelina R. de Chiari e Hijos
agradecen profundamente las manifestaciones de
simpata y las ofrendas florales recibidas con
motivo de la conmemoracin del dcimo cuarto
aniversario de la muerte de
- Rodolfo Chiari
Panam, 18 de Agosto de 1951.
Vn men*/ .
I Ae.
'par1'
LOS PERFUMES
insecticidas en uno con el f*&4
COTY
FRANCE
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El nuevo Insecticida FLIT, de accin
instantnea y efecto duradero, es de
cudruple accin porque contiene:
[^1.1ctss^|tt0f^r1^^
DDT T CLORDANO,para efec-
to duraderos: ISOBORNIL
PIRETRINAS,para matar msec
tos instantneamente.
OTRO PRODUCTO ftsso
Si la lata no ticnt I soldadito, n FLIT
Nuestras mejores felicitacio-
nes para la nifilta Shlela May
Frans quien celebra hoy su
cumpleaos. Shlela es hija de
don Bruno A. Frans y de doa
Paulina, de. Frani. de. Fort
Clayton.
Del Club Miuras
El Club Miuras agradece por
este medio a todos los concu-
rrentes al festival del Reinado
de las Casadas, a los almacenes
de Flix B. Maduro, Mottas y
New Yorker, a la Casa Duran,
a la Comisin de Turismo, a la
Gerencia del Club Unin, a les
Orquestas de Ulloa y Angtlo
Jaspe, a los artistas que '.orna-
ron parte, y muy especialmente
a Su Majestad Marltza I y i&a
damas y caballeros de su corle,
por el xito obtenido en eate
festival que se celebr el Jutvea
ne la noche a beneficio del Or-
felinato de Malambo.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Peggy Zubleta de Alemn
Sra. Elena Valds de Mouno
Rosales
Sra. Ida Elena Garrido de
Snchez
Sra Haydee de la L. de Ehr-
man
seor Luis Carvantes Diaz
nio Roberto Ramn Gonz*-
LE PICA?
-a cabanr El cwrpof En lo* plsf Ha
urroldtW Pues s le cica o la arde, er
onda sea, untes* PIOJINA. Piojina calnu
icatonei, ardores y erupciones; destruye
iraiitos en la cabeza y otras partes del
.-erpo; eicatrita ampollaa y rajaduras en
i pi. Compre PIOiA ca las botica
lez RevUla
nio Carlos A. Arosemena Jr.
Cumpleaos de maana
Bra. Julie Smith de McGra.
Sra. Maria Elena Valds de
Dawson
Srta. Graciela Calvo
Srta. Marta E u g e ni a Cam-
pagnanl Tejada
Srta. Vllma Lara Herrera
Srta. Gladys Preciado
n. D Ral Arango N.
nia Marlbel Galindo Navarro
nio Jaime Ortega Cucaln
nio Antony Sevler Boyd
Sra. Estella Lindo de Olle
Seor Olmedo del Busto
Lea "El Aviso Oportuno'
EL "AVISO OPORTUNO"
ES BARATO Y EFECTIVO
CIRCO RIVER PLATE
en el relleno de Barrara
HOY y DOMINGO a las 8. P.M.
y MATIEE DOMINGO a las 4 P.M.
A Reir! Nios y Grandes A Reir!
Grandes Atracciones, Payasos, Trapecistas,
El Perro Que Baila, Mandibulistas, etc. ele.
Disfrute de momentos
Inolvidables......

f'nstnlamas a aLui ^rzcrraqa i
ZJroi'adorts /o, .i IOS rU.ll
.unes
en el lugar apropiado L RANCHO
TODOS LOS DOMINGOS de 12 a 3
Informal 8uave msica, mejor compaa .
Ambiente de total alegra
con gente conocida... j cocteles
como slo El Rancho puede hacerlos 1
ESPECIALIDADES DEL DA!
Coctel de Frutas Tropicales
Rolhnops a la Vinagreta
Gumbo a la Criolla
Consomm Doble
Ternera a la Marengo 1.00
Arroz Paella ............ 1.50
Papas Duchesse Esprrago Fresco
Ensalada
Coco Glace
Caf T Cervesa
Cocteles, Precio Especial. 25t
Manhattan Old Fashion
Martini
Daiquiri Halado
* Msica por LOS RANCHEROS LUIS AZCARRAGA al rgano
Aqu est....y de qu manera!
el FORDOMATIC
.
El ms nuevo, el ms fino,
el mejor para manejar!
. 8u manejo automtico combina los mejorea
Implementos con los ms modernos sistemas.
Proporciona la comodidad y la suavidad de an-
dar sobre nubes por su magnifico rodamiento-
sin dificultades incomodas 1
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cambios PRECISOS. Fordomatlc ofrece cambios precisos
y seguros en los momentos necesarios. Los cambios auto-
mticos proporcionan la fuerza necesaria sin intermitencias.
ACELERAMIENTO INSTANTNEO. Para pasar o subir so-
lamente se necesita presionar ms fuertemente el acelera-
dor ... y aumenta la velocidad sin hacer cambio que
se hace automticamente!
. Y Ford ofrece docenas de otros adelantos la suavidad
de uno de Cambios Automticos ... lo econmico de un
millaje sin intermitencias (de los V-8 o Seis) ... y la
seguridad de frenos inigualados.
FCIL SALIDA DE PELIGROS. Es ms fcil que nunca
salir de arena, tierra o lodo, con un Fordomatlc por su
trasmisin especial.
I'd. puede pagar ms pero
no comprar mejor que un
Venga por una "Prueba de Manejo"
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1Madera preciosa.
4Relativo a las muelas.
BAdverbio de cantidad.
12Yerno de Mahoma.
13Demente.
14Demostrativo.
5Extraezas.
17Que no tiene pelos.
19Circuios o redondeles.
20 Fundador del imperio persa
21Muebles.
23Lineas trigonomtricas.
28Altares.
27Nombre de varn.
28Seis, en nmeros romanos
TBArticulo. Pl.
SOJuego deportivo.
UCloruro ae sodio.
Vronombre ingls.
83Pemil del puerco asado.
.>-.caDeilo.
35Reducir el precio.
37Paletas para bogar.
38Existes.
39 Un poro.
40Libro de la misa.
42 Antifaces.
45Adverbio de lugar.
48Clebre fabulista griego.
48Remuevo la -tierra con el
arado.
49impar.
50Desabridas.
51Del verbo salir.
VERTICALES:
1Expendio de bebidas.
2En el mar.
8Animales africanos.
4Hombres Jvenes.
5Rezas.
Articulo, Pl.
7Preposicin Inglesa.
8Estantes.
9San d ia.__________________
10Cocino en seco.
11Baile tipleo cubano.
16pocas.
18Letra castellana. Pl.
20Descubridor de Amricc
21Pasar de dentro hacia
afuera.
22Demente."
23Descomposicin de la luz a
a travs de un prisma.
24Figura geomtrica.
23Hoyos para guardar ciertos
frutos.
27Signos ortogrficos.
30Embarcaciones.
31Descendientes de Sem.
33Polica, en Cuba.
34Del verbo pesar.
36 Del verbo besar.
37Extraos.
?Abrigo sin mangas.
40Isla del mar Egeo.
43Altar.
44Nota musical.
47Preposicin.
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SBADO. AGOSTO 18. 1951
PUNTOS
DE VISTA
AGRICULTURA SIN RUMBO
En la edicin de La Estrella
de Panam de hoy ".ay una UO-
ticia que llama poderosamente
la atencin y cuyo titulo reza:
"Se considera la posibilidad de
reemplazar el cultivo de papas
por otros ms productivos a-
qui".
Para ilustrar mejor este tema
podemos revisar la Historia. Ha-
ce algunos aos, cuando se res-
tringi por medio de decreto c-
jecutivo la produccin de sal en
el pais se hubiera podido puoli-
car la noticia con un ttulo se-
mejante: "Se piensa restringir la
produccin de sal para reem-
plazarla por otro producto o pu-
ra importarla de los Estados V-
nldos".
Cuando la siembra de caf &e
ni urm\ of ayer
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fe
Cul
rala
mentira
O-JI de
Harriet
Craig?
JOAN WENDELL j
CRAWFORD COREY I
*
STAl
MiMMiti
/lf1f-!1
QL^ju&u
MAANA
A LAS 10:00 A. M.
MATINAL INFANTIL
LA SENSACIONAL COMEDIA
'PALABRA DE MULO"
con Donald O'CONNOR y FRANCIS, el Mulo Parlanchn
CMICAS de:
"WOODY WOODPECKER"
y "ANDY PANDA"
Adems: RIFA DE UN VESTIDO DE BASO
"Janczen" y otros Premios ms!
PRECIO:"25c.
HOY
PRESIDENTE
Colosal xito
de
Carcajadas!

y '^VSto &>' "y\ C!ases y con qu tlases de
* J *' M IAMBO!...
UNA PELCULA PARA
GOZAR DEL MAMBO...
Y resolver el problema de
IAMBO!..
NINI MARSHALL
OAQUIN PARDAVE,
- en -'
J JNA GALLEGA
'BAILA MAMBO
ESTA NOCHE
A I. AS II
Funcin de Medianoche!
f
CREY POSEER EL MUNDO..
Y su sueo le cay enci-
ma con todo su peso: em-
pujado por una terrible
decepcin!...
"EL MUNDO ES MI"
constituy en fracaso por el
precio ridiculo del grano, lot
cafetaleros se arruinaron, f-
nin deudas impagables con el
Banco Nacional y la mayora -
oandonaron sus plantaciones en
busca de mejores negocios;- I-
gual cosa ocurri con la gana-
dera en poca de verdadera
crisis y la falta de los potreras
Que entonces se abandonaron
ha dado por resultado que hoy
se est Importando grandes can-
tidades de ganado, como se es-
t haciendo tambin con el ca-
f, la sal, etc.
Parace que nuestra Imprevi-
sin nos ha llevado a la muy o-
riginai manera de pensar en el
sentido de que debemos aban-
donar nuestra g a nadera y
nuestra ganadera y nuestras
plantaciones cuando los produc-
tos bajan de precio y comenzar
ric nuevo a criar y a sembrar
cuando los productos vuelven a
adquirir valor.
Y cabe hacer unas pregunUs
For qu se restringi la produc-
cin de sal en el pas para te-
ner luego que importarlo de los
Ertados Unidos?
Por qu abandonaron las plan-
taciones de caf para tener que
sembrarlas de nuevo?
Por qu se dej arruinar
nuestra ganadera para conver-
tirnos en tributarias de 8omoza?
Por qu se quiere ahora aban-
donar el cultivo de la papa can
e; fin de reemplazarlo por otro
que ya antes ha sido motivo de
fracaso y abandono?
Las respuestas surgen en tro-
pel. El cultivo de la papa se ha
venido ensayando en las tierras
altas, a veces con xito, a vecsj
cen fracaso. Pero han Influido
e Influyen en estos fracasos fac-
tores que bien pueden corregir-
se con organizacin y con desso
sincero de mejorar las condi-
ciones del pais.
El cultivo de la papa ha fra-
casado o est en crisis por lo
que estn en crisis todos nuc-
tros negocias: por falta de or-
ganizacin; por falta de mto-
dos apropiados, de sistema, de
continuidad: por falta de cum-
plimiento a la ley para reprimir
contrabandos, etc-, etc.
Pero no hay ninguna razn
para recomendar la abolicin de
un cultivo en vez de estudiar y
poner en prctica los medios
para que d resultado. Seria
tanto como recomendar el cie-
rre de nuestros hospitales na-
cionales porque la falta de or-
ganizacin y honradez en mu-
chas de sus administraciones no
den el resultado que de ellas de-
be esperarse.
Los cultivadores de papas ne-
cesitan ayuda tcnica para es-
coger sus tierras y para mejo-
rar sus cultivos, maquinaria, a-
uonos suficientes, ayuda y no
competencia del Banco Agrope-
cuario, represin efectiva del
contrabando, etc.
El ideal en este sentido seria
que el campesino de nuestras
tierras altas cultive y use la pu-
pa como cultiva y usa la yuta,
el ame, etc., que demoran ms
tiempo para su cosecha.
Y no se puede ni se debe re-
comendar el abandono de un
cultivo mientras no se hayan a-
gotado todas las experiencias, es
decir, mientras no se hayan
puesto en prctica adecuada-
mente los recursos tcnicos, mo-
dernos y econmicos que nos
i.even a la elocuente demostra-
cin del fracaso o del xito.
Panam, 14 de Agosto de 1951.
XITO!
XITO!
LA MEJOR PELCULA DE
TODOS LOS TIEMPOS!
"EN LA PALMA
DE TU MANO"
Tandas: 10:00 11:30 1:16 -
3:10 1:15 7:05 9:00
Arfuro de CORDOVA
Leticia PALMA
Carmen MONTEJO
\OoIoreSckAlmorranaa
I tiene almorranas qua canaaa
omeOn. hemorragia, almorrana! In-
ternas o externas, no sufra un da mas
sin probar al Chinareid. Bn pocos minu-
to el Chinaroid principia a combatir
?". ln">rranas da tres manerai:
1. Calma el dolor y la comeson. I. Ayu-
da a encoger los tejidos adoloridos
mnamados. I. Ayuda a ciaatriaar laa
atsmbranaa irritadas. Solicit* si
ain.reid sa su botieg. boy miaa.
CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
ACLARACIN DEL INSPEC-
TOR DE EDUCACIN
COLON, agosto 18 de 1951.
8r. Director:
Deseamos referirnos a un ar-
ticulo publicado en su ledo
diarlo con fecha 13 de agosto
en que declara el Honorable
Diputado Octavio Duran que
"hay muchos nios que por
falta de otro maestro dejan de
recibir Instruccin en el pue-
blo de Culebra".
En la actualidad hay ma-
triculados 76 alumnos 'infor-
me def mes de julio) y aun-
que ste representa seis (6)
unidades menos que la indica-
da en la matricula probable
de este ao, se deduce que
pueden ser atendidos por dos
maestros, ya que existen otras
escuelas con mayor matrcula
proporcionalmente en esta Pro-
vincia Escolar y por lo regu-
lar la asistencia mdica resulta
inferior a las cantidades indi-
cadas.
En cuanto a la necesidad de
un local propio, apreciamos el
nteres del Honorable Diputa-
do Duran y esperamos que sus
oportunas observaciones en re-
lacin con otras Justas nece-
sidades se traduzcan en pron-
ta realidad para bien de la
Provincia de Coln en general,
y en particular, de los pueblos
de la costa.
De usted atentamente,
Arturo Detalle N.,
Inspector Provincial de Educ.
rJLa 93uena f/ulr
clon
Instituto De Nutricin De Centro Amrica y Panam
Yodo y Bocio
Buen
fVhisky % Escoces
NACI IISeSMPAt
r4N CAMMMsB
Johnnie Walker
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paadea eW a Johnnie Walker aa eahar tsassaparaMa.
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PERFECTA!
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tenga secreto el desenlace!
Caja de Ahorros
Institucin Garantizada por el Estado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B. 5.00
Efectuamos operaciones de prstamo con garantas de
primeras hipotecas y prendas comerciales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales de B .0.25; B .0.50; B .1.00
y B .5.00, por un perodo de cuarentiocho (48)
semanas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central esquina con Calle "I"
Oficinas en Coln: Calle del Frente esquina con Calle 7a.
HORAS:
8 a.m. a 12:30 p.m. Sbados: 8 a.m. a 12 m.
G. A. De R0UX,
Administrador.
CARLOS M0UYNES V.
S ii b- Administrador.
Sucursal en Coln.
Para prevenir sntomas de de-
ficiencia de yodo en las pobla-
ciones de reas donde el bocio
es endmico habr que propor-
cionar este mineral en forma a-
proplada que beneficie a todos
los habitantes.
La adicin de yodo al agua
generalmente no es una medida
prctica, en cambio la yodlza-
cin de la sal de mesa se ha
llevado a cabo con todo xito
en las reglones que tienen este
problema, como los estados del
medio oeste de los Estados U-
nidos o en los pases centrales
de Europa.
Muestras de sal procedentes
de El Salvador y de Guatemala
han sido analizadas en el labo-
ratorio del INCAP, encontrando
se que las cantidades de yodo
presentes son muy pequeas y
no son suficientes para preve-
nor el bocio. En las encuestis
hechas en Honduras, El Salva-
dor y Guatemala llevadas a ca-
bo por la INCAP han mostrado
gran incidencia de bocio en di-
ferentes reglones lo que constl-
Altn Presin Sangunea
felMR
HTNx^n'?'^" con HYNOX. Pida
entre a pocos dina. ^^ *"*"
tuye un problema que habr
que resolver en estos pasese de
Centro Amrica-
La cantidad de yodo en la sal
que se considera suficiente pa-
ra prevenir al bocio es de 0.81
por ciento de Yoduro de Potar
sio, esta pequea cantidad no
puede hacer dao al organismo.
Bajo ningn conceplo es reco-
mendable Ingerir cualquier can-
tidad de yodo cuando esto ti
ha sido prescrito por el mdi-
co. La cantidad que se conside-
ra suficiente en el agua para
proteger a los consumidores d*l
bocio simple es de 5 partes <
yodo por cada billn de affifrt.
Entindese por billn, mil mi-
llones segn sistema nortea-
mericano, i i
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KL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
El Congreso Tcnico de Ftbol
Concedi Prrroga Por Un Ao
El Perodo De La Federacin
El Concreso Tcnico del Ft-
bol Nacional acord prorroga i
el plazo de la actual Directiva
de la Federacin hasta Noviem-
bre de 1952, o sea un ao ms,
considerando que el perodo cl<
esa entidad estaba sealado pa-
ra terminar en Noviembre del
presente ao.
Considerando los importante;
compromisos internacionales qur
tiene pendiente Panam, como
son los Juegos Bolivarianos en
Diciembre del presente ao en
Venezuela y e| Campeonato
Panamericano en Febrero 1952 en Santiago de Chile, la
Federacin para poder llevar a
cabo una labor satisfactoria
con un plan de trabajo estu-
diado y organizado, y nece-
sitando para ello el suficiente
tiempo, pidi la instalacin del
Congreso Tcnico para que se
le prorrogara su periodo hasta
fines de Marzo,
El Congreso considerando co-
rrecta la peticin y para no
cambiar la fecha estipulada er
los reglamentos, decidi prorro-
gar mejor en un ao el perodo
de mando de la actual directiva
de la Federacin.
Programa de lucha libre se ofrece
esta noche en el Coliseo de Barraza
Un interesante Programa de
Lucha Libre ofrece esta noche
el Circulo Quintana en el Co-
liseo de Barraza.
Cuatro encuentros con la par-
La Directiva de la
Comisin de ciclismo
se nombrar el martes
La Directiva de la nueva Co-
misin de Ciclismo se nombrar
el martes en la reunin me efectuar con ese propsito en
la oficina del Estadio Olmpico
a las 6 de la tarde.
La nueva Comisin nombrada
por la Direccin General de
Educacin Fsica est formada
por conocidas figuras deporii- i
vas como: Clifford Boll.. Her-
bert Davenport, Manuel Fer-!
nndez, Neville Glttens. Osva.'-|
do Snchez, Antonio Damin y
Noel Bailey.
Atletas de Mxico
y Cuba celebran
hoy un torneo
MEXICO, Agosto. 18 (UP)
20 atletas, un directivo y un
entrenador del team de atle-
tismo de Cuba se enfrentarn
en el "dual meet" a un equipo
mexicano hoy sbado y el do-
mingo prximo. Los cubanos
arribaron ayer a bordo de un
avin militar procedente de La
Habana.
El grupo lleg al mando del
doctor ngel Surez Rocabruna
asesor de Atletismo de la di-
reccin de Deportes y miembro
del Comit.
Olmpico de Cuba y cuenta
con figuras relevantes de los
cuales posiblemente el ms des-
tacado es el campen Paname-
ricano de los 100 y 200 metros
Rafael Fortun. Los visitantes
fueron recibidos por el doctor
y profesor Jorge Molina Celis.
Presidente de la Federacin
Mexicana de Atletismo y coach
del equipo de la Universidad Na
clonal autnoma y otros fun-
cionarios de esa entidad asi co-
mo muchos de los atletas que
competirn contra ellos.
Debido a la demanda en los
alojamientos que se ha dejado
sentir en esta capital por la vi-
sita de los miembros, los clubes
de Leones hubo dificultades pa-
ra alojar a los antillanos pero
a( fin stos quedaron cmoda-
mente instalados en el hotel
Bltmore, frente al Fronto Na-
cional.
Fortun dijo ayer en una en-
trevista que viene dispuesto a
rlvalldar sus triunfos de Bue-
nos Aires que lo hicieron acree-
dor al mote de la 'bala negra
del caribe" y al calificativo de
uno de los hombres ms rpi-
dos de la Amrica Latina.
Para reponer las energas en
un segundo:
Un vasito del
GRAN VINO
SANSN
tielpacin de prometedores fi-
guras de este deporte se presen-
tarn esta noche.
Por otra parte la Asociacin
de Luchadores de Panam do-
nar una medalla al joven de-
portista, Lloyd Hunt, clasifica-
do como el mejor novato del
ao en la Lucha.
Est laborando con
visible inters la
Com. de Atletismo
En relacin con cierta infor-
macin aparecida en un peri-
dico local sobre declaraciones
del Presidente de la Federacin
de Ftbol contra el Atletismo,
dicho dirigente del balompi
nos manifest que le extra
esa noticia, ya que en ningn
momento ha considerado que la
Comisin de Atletismo est des-
cuidando sus deberes ni est
laborando con empeo en su
labor. Lo que sucedi fu que
en el ambiente agradable y a-
meno del agasajo en que se en-
contraban, con motivo de la
despedida a un distinguido de-
portista extranjero, se provoca-
ron conversaciones jocosas y
bromas dentro de la amistad y
buen entendimiento que existe
entre los deportistas que asis-
tieron esa noche al acto; y que
eso no puede tomarse como de-
claraciones ni cargos contra
nadie, ya que sera faltar a la
confianza, consideracin y res-
peto que se merece un amigo.
. ff,- fp'be
Gran entusiasmo por e
torneo de dobles Spalding
que comienza maana
Oran entusiasmo ha desper-
tado el torneo de dobles por la
Copa Spauldlng que se Iniciar
maana en la Piscina Olmpica
y en el cual participarn los
mejores jugadores locales.
La Comisin Nacional de ten-
nis que ha desplegado este ao
una gran actividad nos presen-
ta este torneo el cual debe re-
sultar muy lucido.
Estn inscritos en dicho tor-
neo los tenistas:
Webb Hearn, Capt. Hampton,
George Maduro, Myron Fisher
Julio Pinilla. BUI Hele. Ruper-
Yard, Luther Lamotta, Mar-
tin Pereira, Vctor Pascual
Crooslyn Schay, George Miden-
ce. Arnelli. C. Omphroy, E
Omphroy, K. Young, L. tLuke
C. Guardia. D. Halman. E. Pl-
nate, H. Willis. A. Delvalle F
Hladky y H. Spalding.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
,i
Verdaderamente
escalofriante!
"i
UN GRITO
EN LA NOCHE"
Prximamente en la
Red Panamericana
Pida y exija el legtimo
SANSN
A LA VENTA EN
TODAS PARTES
I
La popular REVISTA
"PARA TP
que por falta de papel no
se reciba en cantidad su-
ficiente para satisfacer la
gran demanda, ahora se
puede obtener sin dificul-
tad en cualquier puesto de
revistas de toda la Rep-
blica.
La REVISTA
"CARTELES"
est a la venta nuevamen-
te a B .0.20 en todos los
puestos de Revistas de la
Repblica.
Adquirala hoy mismo al
nuevo precio rebajado.
El martes en la reunin se-
manal del Consejo de Gabinete,
se decidir la suerte que corre-
rn los VII Juegos Deportivos
centroamericanos y del Caribe
de los cuales es Panam Sede.
En la reunin de esa fecha la
Comisin de estudio del presu-
puesto, integrada por el Con-
tralor General de la Repblica
Don Henrique de Obarrio, y .1
Ministro de Obras Publicas, In-
geniero Norberto Navarro, ren-
dirn su Informe.Toda la fa-
naticada espera que el Informe
de estos dos distinguidos depor-
tistas sea favorable a la cele-
bracin de los tan importantes
eventos deportivos.
Panam debe Asistir al II
Torneo Centroamericano de Bar
ketbali el prximo mes en Gua-
temala para que defienda su
titulo...
O
Un gran juego debern ofre-
cer el mircoles Daar y Oper-
ten para terminar con el em-
pate que existe entre estos dos
equipos en la rama del basket
femenino; Si el Operten triunfa
se titula Campen, pero si pier-
de tiene que Ir a una serie de
tres juegos con el Daar, es de-
cir el 'chico" lo tiene el equipo
de Judith Caballero.
_o
Que defienda Panam su t-
tulo de Campen Centroameri-
cano y del Caribe de Basketball
i prximo mes en Guatemala..
Manos a la obra soores Fede-
rados.
He aqui nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para el domingo:
la. Tin Tan, el cmico se los
galopa, Pregonero, carta brava;
2a. Tap Girl, pronto, pero pron-
to. El Mao, para place vale la
pena;3a. Protn, el veloz los
aceita, Grito y Plata (e) l-
nea tiene para caminar;4a.
Opex es el Indicado del lote,
Callejera es una cualquiera;
5a.Chacabuco es un cohete, Al-
to Alegre, quedar triste;8a.
Uncle james, debe ganarse a
este lote, The Bath Road, cada
da esta peor;7a. Cheriberibin
ni esta vez lo cogen despus del
disco, Polvorazo, tragara la tie-
rra con el nuestro;8a. Coti-
lln, el caballn luce muy bo-
nito, Ranchopaja, estn tratan-
do;9a. Baby Roi. con este Ji-
nete quizas, Glory's Ace, tiene
su place lijo;10a. Flamenco,
repite su carrern, Bendigo, ene-
migo de mucho cuidado;lia.
Black Sambo, se los debe ganar
pero bonito, Batn, tendrn que
correr mucho para ganrselo.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
' cl. de Levantamiento
Tendr Importante reunin el
lunes a las 5 de la tarde en la
Oficina del Estadio Olmpico,
fiara tratar asuntos de gran
mportancla, por lo que se pide
a todos los federados y repre-
sentantes de los diferentes clu-
bes, tomen nota de esta cita-
cin para que no falten.
El Mauricio Puede Coronarse Esta Noche
Subcampen Del Torneo De Basket De Ia
Para ello necesitan
vencer al Dep. Bam
El Nchi defiende su
invicto en la justa
femenina de segunda
BASKETBALL PROVINCIAL
Categora Masculina Mayor
Segunda Vuelta
G. F. FJe.
Lord Chester ..... 1 1 JM
Dep. Bam .........6 4 .MI
Mauricio............6 5 .55C
C. Vieja ............... 4 8 .2

Juegos de esta noche
Nehl v Sousa
7.00 p.m. (Menor femenina)
Crdenas vs Malta Vigor
8.00 p.m. (Mayor Femenina)
Mauricio vs Bam
Mayor Masculina
Por BETO TEJADA
Tres Interesantes Juegos se
ofrecen esta noche en el Gim-
nasio Nacional
Nehi vs Sousa
En este primer partido de la
noche, las jovencltas del Nehl
de la categora menor femenina
ponen en juego su condicin de
invicta teniendo como contra-
rias al Sousa. Un reido pleito
se espera entre estos dos con-
juntos, en Juego dedicado al
Ministro de Educacin.
Crdenas vs Malta Vigor
Estos dos equipo/, de la mayer
femenina, ofrecen su ltima
presentacin de la contienda,
estando ambos eliminados de la
opcin al ttulo.Las colonen-
sas del Malta Vigor confan en
despedirse con un triunfo.
Mauricio vs Bam
El juego estelar de la noche
corre a cargo del Mauricio y
Bam de la categora mayor
masculina, en el cual el Mauri-
cio lograr titularse nuevamen-
te Sub-Campen del basketball
Mayor Masculino Provincial si
supera al Bam. El Bam necesi-
ta ganar esta noche y el lunes
para poder lograr el Sub-Cam-
peonato, pero un revs en el
juego de est fecha le dara el
Sub-Campeonato al Mauricio.
Un reido lance se espera entre
estos dos equipos.
Plndl Perdomo, Jos Quintero
y Manuel Cardales sern los ar-
bitros, siendo Soto el suplente,
mientras que Coutt y Yull
anotarn, Rivera y Mena sern
los cronometristas, estando las
puertas a cargo de Villalobos,
Camao y Zeballos.
Pen y Cervantes exponen su invicto
hoy en el basketball menor de Coln
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Basketball de Coln
2a. Categora
G. P. Pje.
Dep. Pen .......... 5 0 1.000
Los Cervantes ..... 5 0 1.00(1
Chesterfield.........4 1 .800
18 de Mayo ........4 2 .666
C. Y. 0............2 1 .666
PRI ................. 3 S .500
Millonarios .......... 3 3 .501
San Jos .......... 2 3 .400
Esc. Bolvar .......2 3 .400
Bachiller ............ 2 S .40C
San Blas ............ 1 -5 .166
Puerto Pilln ...... 0 5 .000
Dep. Ramos___.... 6 .000
La contienda del basketball
Menor de Coln tiene para hoy
tres juegos a cargo de los quin-
tetos:
San Blas vs Cervantes
Dep. Pen vs Bachiller
San Jos vs Dep. Ramos
De acuerdo con el estado de
la justa, el Pen y Cervantes
exponen hoy su invicto, El De-
portivo Ramos luchar para en-
trar en la columna de ganado-
res y dejar la retaguardia,
mientras que el San Jos. Ba-
chiller y San Blas se empea-
rn en mejorar colocacin.
En los partidos del Jueves, los
Millonarios avanzaron con su
victoria sobre el Ramos por 47
a 36. el Chesterfield sigui acer-
cndose a los punteros derro-
tando al 10 de Mayo por 76 a
55 y el PRI mejor puntuacin
venciendp al San Blas por 69 a
50.
Dolor do Espalda
81 aufr*> I'd. 4* levantadas noc-
turnal, dolor de espadd*. dolor d
Piernas, prdida de vigor, nerviosi-
dad o debilidad, debo ayudar Inme-
diatamente a la Glndula Prstata
con ROO EN A. Esta maravillla
medicina, le h-ee sentir ms joven,
ms fuerte y dormir sin Interrup-
cin. Compre ROO EN A en su botica.
Los pisos feos, sin brillo
restan belleza a su hogar
Dele a sus pisos un brillo
que dure meses! Use la
Cera en Pasta Johnson's.
Este encerado duro y espe-
jeante protege los pisos de
la suciedad, el agua y las
rozaduras. Mejor que ningu-
na otra cera para pisos de
madera, linleo o mosaica
No mancha ni es aceitosa.
Especialmente fabricada
para pases de clima tropi-
cal.
Estn sucios sas
pisos? Limpelos con
lo CERA Liquida
JOHNSONS
CERA
JOHNSON'S
Limpia y pul
a la v*i
Sin trabajo apenas
CERA JOHNSON'S
Distribuidores:
TROPIDURA S
Los Yanquis Empataron Ayer El
Primer Lugar Con Los Indios
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Los Medias Blancas Infligie-
ron dos duros reveses a los In-
dios vencindolos por 7 a 1 y 8
a 3 y quedar empatados en el
primer lugar con los Yanquis
de Nueva York que derrotaron
a los Atltlcos por anotacin de
3 a 2.
El cubano Luis Aloma se ano-
t su cuarto triunfo en el se-
gundo Juego al lanzar las lti-
mas -seis entradas sin permitir
carreras y solo tres lncoglbles.
Boby Feller quien trat de lo-
grar su vigsima victoria en el
primer juego en cambio sufri
su quinto revs del ao.
Mientras tanto los Yanquis
vencieron a los Atltlcos con e
primer triunfo del lanzador
Stubby Overmlre que fu adqui-
rido de los Carmelitas el mes
pasado. Los Yanquis dieron a
Overmlre una ventaja de dos
carreras en el primer episodio
cuando Joe Collins conect un
sencillo, Medougalds fu bolea-
do y Bobby Brown y Joe Dl-
magglo pegaron sencillos.
En los otros juegos los Me-
dias Rojas derrotaron a los Se-
nadores por 7 carreras a 4 en
doce episodios. Los Medias
Blancas estn ahora a cuatro
juegos detrs de los Yanquis
e Indios. Los Tigres vencieron
a los Carmelitas por 8 a 4.
En la Liga Nacional los Gi-
gantes prolongaron su racha de
triunfos al vencer al Flladelfla
por 8 carreras a 6. El lanzador
relevo George Spencer conquis-
t su octavo triunfo del ao.
Los Gigante, se colocaron a
nueve juegos de los Dodgers
que dividieron con los Bravos
de Boston en le doble juego que
celebraron. Los Dodgers gana-
ron el primero por 3 a 1 pero
perdieron el segundo por 4 a 3.
En los otros partidos los Piratas
derrotaron a los Cachorros de
Chicago por 8 carreras a 3.
Comentados partidos de ftbol se
presentarn mina, en Coln y Panam
Comentados partidos de ft-
bol se presentarn maana en
Coln y Panam en los distin-
tos circuitos, y los juegos co-
rrern a cargo de los siguientes
oncenos:
En Panam:
Campeonato de 3a.
Ancn Jr. vs Ambato
9 a.m.y
Santander vs Hispano Jr. .
10.30 a.m.
En el Estadio Olmpico
Liga de Vista Hermosa
Arsenal vs Lord Chester
0.45 a.m.
Pern vs V. Hermosa
11.15 a.m.
Orion vs Millonarios
1.45 p.m.y
Chile vs Juventud
3.45 p.m.
En el Oratorio Festivo conti-
nuarn las competencias con
partidos en la maana y en la
tarde.
En Coln
Torneos de Campeonato
Feria vs Dosman
4.00 p.m.la. categora
Abel Bravo vs Foche Arguelles
1.10 p.m.y
Centuria vs Amazonas
2.30 p.m.de 2a. categora
En reido partido el Eleta super anoche
al Centenario en el basketball menor
El Carlos Eleta empat la se-
rle eliminatoria del basketball
menor al Centenario al supe-
rarlo anoche en reido Juego
por anotacin final de 43 a 42.
El Eleta domin todo el par-
tido pero faltando medio segun-
do el Centenario logr empatar
la anotacin a 42 puntos me-
diante canasta de Bllll Cohen,
con todo una falta personal en
lapso de tiemoo de S. Beluche
en perjuicio de Catalino Gon-
zlez, decret el triunfo paia
el Eleta.
Fu un Juego sumamente re-
ido. El lunes jugar Barcelo-
na frente al Eleta, y si el ga-
nador es el Eleta, quadar cla-
sificado en unin del Centena-
rio, pero si el triunfo es del
Barcelona se producir un tri-
ple empate en el sitio de honor,
entre estos dos conjuntos y el
Centenario que se disputan el
derecho de ir a la serle por el
titulo de Campen, en compa-
a de los equipos Bam Jr. p-
tica Sosa, Pelimex y Fueras ir
Luz. serle sta que rompe loa
fuegos el martes en el Gimna-
sio Nacional, con los Juegos en-
tre ptica Sosa-Pellmex. Bam
Jr.-Fuerza y Luz y los otros dos
equipos que clasifiquen entre s.
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palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LPW1S
Av. TWoli Na 4
Tal. :-2Ml
KIOSKO !>E LESSEPS
Parque l l.r"fp'
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Arc. 4 i Julio
Trl 2-Jssl
BOTICA CARLTON
Av MeltiUu It.ttt
Tel. 2SSCala.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
CaD* 12 Otate Na. 15.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle M Na. II. fiaiaaa
Ave. Cealral 12-lTa Colea.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA:Cocinera. Avenida
Ecuodor No. 26.
SE NECESITA:Una empleada poro
cocinar. Avenido Chile No. 16, al-
tos.
SE NECESITA:Cocinera, debe dor-
mir en el empleo. Buen sueldo. Ca-
lle 51 caso S,
SE NECESITA:Empleodo paro ofi-
cios domsticos. Debe lener refe-
rences y dormir en la cosa. 1 12
Via Espaa.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
VENDO:Barolo. refrigerodoras 25
o 60 ciclos, sof, oporodor y olrcs
artculos. Calle 4 Vz caso nmero
20-A, Nuevo Cristbal.
SE VENDEN:Por viaje, dos juegos
recmaras, solo, comedor y set de
bomb. Vio Espaa 2024.
SE VENDE: Mquina Singer con
motor, por motivo de vioie. Calle
7a. No. 25, segundo piso. Volen-
clo.
SE VENCE:Juego de sola de bom-
boo juego apmerlor caoba, radio,
lmparos, alfombro* y vano-; ar-
tculos de caso. Lime Carr 1401-
A, Baiboo.
SE VENDE: Por no tener espacio
denda tenerlo. Refrigeradora de
porcelono. 9 pies, en perfecto es-
todo. Via Belisario Porros No.
129. Tel. 3-2577.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SE VENDEN:Clava., tubaria naara,
tare acanalaste Fix-Tax (carter)
aiilaor para cala* raioil maaV
rai, lavamanss, excusados, ate. a
lai precios mi bojot an alase.
AGENCIAS GLOIALES, Via Iiaa-
*a, llesjonslo Juan Franca. Tal.
3-1503.
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina
Arriba del Teatro Central.
CLNICA, equipoda. altos Formara
Scloiar. colle I t Oeste No. 28
P.-narr..
SE ALQUILA:A portir del lo. de
Septiembre dos locales' poro ofi-
Cinos en los altos de la Co. Cli-
motiadpro al lodo de Villonuvo
y Tejra Ci. Ltdo. Colle 15 Es-
te No. 2. Tel. 2-0540.
SE ALQUILA:
Locol pora oficina o negocio y opor-
tomento de dos recmoras en al
Edificio Costilla del Oro. ol lodo
drl holel El Ponom.
ROtlRTO MIRO 2-32312-1215
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRAMotor Diesel en cuol-
quier condicin, cuolquier coho-
llo de fuerza de 45 o 120. 2-2367
Zona del Conol. despus 4 p. m.
E COMPRA:Un camin a** estacas
ale alas toneladas del ana 1946 a
194" que asta en buenas condi-
ciones, preferible marca Ford
Ll-me al teletono 2-2040 da I
a I.
SE ALQUILA:
Un apartamento de dos piezas
en la Calle 17 Oeste No. 41
Bajos. Acuda al apartamento
bajo para rualquier informe.
Tostadora de Pan Automtica
Club 50f Contado B 22.50
Mueblera CASA SPART0N
Central 223 Caldonia
CARTON
PARA CIE10RAS0S
"Simpson Board"
4'x8* B .1.92 hoja
i'xl" 2.40 "
4'xl2' 2.88 "
EL GUILA
C ,ta M" Final
Tal. 2-2121
SE VENDE: Piono nuevo, motivo
vioje. moyor informacin Home
Tel. 3-3482.
SE VENDE:Por falta de espacio, se
venden: una refrigeradora de ex-
hibicin de 8 pies de largo, B.350.
00 y una refrigeradora Tylor de
6 puertos, toda de porcelana, en
B 300.00, con compresores en per-
fectos condiciones. Colle 8o. Ne.
II, horas de oficino. Co. Inter-
nacional de Cueros y Pieles.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALQUILA:Cuartos independien-
tes con servicios sanitarios, pora
caballeros, matrimonio sin hijos.
Colle H No. 49.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amoblado po-
ro hombre. B.6.00 per emana.
Porque Lefevre. Avenido Ernesto
Lefevre coso 32.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto omoblodo
para hombre solomente. Colle Co-
lombia No. 8. opartomento 5. Te-
lefono 3-0338.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuortos amoblados.-
Precios especiales por auncena o
mes. Poro informes dirjase a Pen-
sin Ponami, Colle 6a. No. 3 Sr.
Guztmer. De 8 o II o. m. o 7
p. m. en adelante.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA. DE LEFEVRE Tal. 2-3332
VENDE LOTES
Pofo inicial mnimo 1.100.00
Mensual 1.15.00
Lotes con Calles y Acueductos da
la Ciudad desda U 1.00 el metro
Alquilamos equipo pesado para
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilamos lotes o largos plazos.
Club de lotes. B.3.00 y B.4.00
semanales.
SE VENDE:
Lote da 730 M2 en "El Cangrejo".
Sector poblado y cerco a Va Es-
porto. Oportunidad. B. 5.500.00.
ROIIRTO MIRO 2-32312-121J
SE VENDE:Restaurante "Caf Dio
y Noche" calle 25 Este No. 1,
pora informes en el mismo restau-
rante
SE ALQUILA
Casus
Fresco, cmodo y con distinguida ve-
cindad, es el chalet de 3 recima-
ros, ? bonos, 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 ol 2-
2388 Wolff y Ca. Calla 5a.,
No. 22.
SE VENDE:Directamentee, sin in-
termediario, espaciosa y elegante
residencia de 4 recamaros, 2 ser-
vicios sonitorios. 2 porches, solo,
comedor, cocina, pantry, patio in-
terno de mosaicos, corredores,
cuarto de empleada con su servi-
cio, lavaderos y garage. Terreno
500 M* 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. 10.000. Avenida Justo Aro-
semana No. 79 y Colle 41. Soli-
cite informes en la misma cosa.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento fresco.
, muy cntrico, dos recmaras, sala,
comedor .balcn, Ave. Par, es-
quino 36 Est* o. 1 1.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Ro
Abaja No. 2192 "Edificio San'Jo-
s".
SE ALQUILA: Moderno aporto-
menta en calle 48 No. 22, dos re-
cmaras, salo, comedor y cocina.
Tel. 2-2064.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento de 3
cuartas, con servicios independien-
tes. Avenida Central No. 1 25, Tel.
2-3491.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento cmo-
do y moderno en Avenida Norte
No. 41. Informes en telfono i-
0050.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento de
una recmara y otro de dos rec-
moras en plonta baja, modernos,
ventilados, muy independenle,
B.45.00 y B.65.00. Telfono 3-
1070.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet de dos rec-
maras en la interseccin de la i
Carretero de Pueblo Nuevo y lo Ca-
rretero Boyd-Roosevelt. coso 4036. j
por 8.70.00. Ocurra a Quijono,
Calle 8a. No. 15.
SE ALQUILA:Chalet recien cons-
truido, consta de dos recmaros,
salo, comedor, cocino, lovandera,
garage, dos -porches y dos servicios
sonitorios. Urbanizacin el S. A.
S.. corretero San Francisco. Pora
informes llamar telfono 3-1554.
SE ALQUILA:Casa residencial om-
plia y fresca con jordin. 3 recma-
ras, solo, comedor, oficina, gara-
ge, cuarta para empleado, patio I
grande. A dos cuadras de Cristo
Rey, del Hospital Santo Toms y
de lo escuela Mario Inmaculado. I
Avenida Cuba No. 73. Informes
Miguel Hives, telfono 3-2145 y|
2-0159.
SE VENDE:Propiedod de 16.520
metros cuadrados en la carretera
Tronsstmica, 7 millas de la ciu-
dad, la lomo que queda exacta-
mente ol frente de la Escuela A-
gricolo (Colonia Infantil) del Club
de Leones; tiene ms de 350 ir-
boles frutales en produccin, pozo
ortesono con su respectivo motor
que mondo el aguo o una Noria de
Concreto de 1,650 pies cbicos,
uno cosa, un gallinero, ele. Llame
de 8 a 10 a m. y de 3 a 6 p.
m. al telfono No. 2-2244 pre-
gunte por el Sr. Jimmy Mondara-
k.
PERDIDA
PERDIDA:Billetera sin dinero, en
clnico dental Centro Emiliono
Ponee. opreciodo por retrotos pa-
dres, favor devolverlo o dejarla
oficino. no se horn pregunto*.
/J^ ........
.GRANOS
V
\ Los granos ceden
7 el cutis se repone
con el tratamiento del
JABN Y UNGENTO
BLANCO r NEGRO
Enrique Linares
de vacaciones es una transar-
cin legal, amparada por el C-
digo del Trabajo. Dijo que las
vacaciones pagadas a su favor
fueron proporcionales a los 18
meses que trabaj en el Ban-
co Agropecuario.
Todava no se han tomado
declaraciones del resto de las
personas nombradas en la de-
nuncia presentada por el ac-
tual Gerente seor Eduardo Va-
SE ALQUILA:Moderno opartomen-
to de dos recmaras, sala-come-
dor," garage, etc. por B.90.00 en
los altos de la casa No. 15 de la
colle la. Perepl y otro en los ba-
jos de la misma casa d* una rec-
mara por B.60.00. Ocurro o Qui-
jono. Colle 8a. No. 13.
SE ALQUILA:Moderno apartamen-
to de dos recmaras, sala-come-
dor, cuarto de empleado y garage,
en los altos de la coso No. 38 de
la calle 51 Este. B 85.00 mensua-
les. Ocurra a Quijano. Colla 8a.
No. 15.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento moder-
no, amoblado, sala-comedor, rec-
moro, estufa y refrigeradora. Edi-
ficio "Nuevo Tivoli" calle Roch
# 14, Apio. 3-B, esquina Aveni-
da Tivoli. Precio $85.00. Verlo de
de 2 a 6. Telfono 2-2605.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Vendedor poro los
productos de la casa GAL de Ma-
drid. Ocurra a VICAR. Bajado
Tivoli No. 14. Telfono 2-2047.
SE NECESITA:Paro los prximos
dos oos. Casa de 2 recmaras,
preferible sin muebles, buena ve-
cindad. 4 norteomericonos adultos'.
Llame ol telfono 5197, Curund.
SE NECESITA:Dependiente e de-
pendienta de buena presencia que
tenga experiencia y que hoble in-
gls y espaol. Intil presentarse
sin recomendacin. Presntese de
2 p. m. a 6 p. m. solamente. La
Parisin, Ave. Central 113.
MISCELNEA
BERNARDO, Saln de Belleza, edi-
ficio Costilla del Oro. al lado Ho-
tel El Panomi. Telfono 3-4740.
En 2
Aos
No Asma
Hac l aAo* la Sra. Sara. Orcxro da
* andino, retaba an cama aurrl, ndo d*
m raerte maque de Asm. Habla per-
dido II klloa de p**o. sufr de ata-
nes aamatteo* que la ahogaban r qua
le trnpadfan dormir, y va esurl habla
pardldo la anperanu < aasrolr vivi-
endo. La noche que uao Mandate eete
acabo con lo* espasmos aamtieoa. En
loa do* ano* pasado* no ha ruello a
ufnr d* Asma Mand*** ha Unida
tanto uta ofr*el*nd* dar a lea
pariente* reaplraron fcil > llbr* en
14 horas. Pida Mendac* en cualquier
farmacia hoy mlamo ? vea lo bien
ajie_dormlra esta noche j cunto
m*jor
tira
maana.
<;... < im1.,1^il..n>t.
.,...- uwiii,,,, Tmtmt nuca
Mendaco
Siguen inclinados
durante las sesiones plenarlas
ya no existe.
El optimismo crece a medi-
da que circulan rumores que
los miembros de la sub-Comi-
sln estn llevando a cabo los
primeros pasos para terminar
con el "Impasse Adems, los
miembros de la sub-Comlsln
nozan todos de buen humor.
Las reuniones fueron suspen-
didas el Jueves para dar opor-
tunidad a un sub-Comlt que
tratara de solucionar el estan-
camiento provocado por el es-
tablecimiento de una zona neu-
tral en Corea.
Los comunistas exigan que la
zona neutral fuera localizada a
lo larjro del Paralelo 38. mien-
tras que los aliados exigan que
fuera establecida con base en
las actuales posiciones de com-
bale. ________________
SERVICIOS AGRCOLAS
Motomos arrieras, arreglamos jardi-
nes, controlme enfermedades y pes-
tes de plantos y csped.
ALFONSO TEJEIRA
Calle 34 Este, Edificio Lux
Tel. 3-1593
SE VENDE
Automviles
' Heme* r*h*od* slresf reamente nues-
tra* precies aa tedas las carro*
asadas, Ven y mrelos. Agencias
Nash.
Verdaderamente
escalofriante !
"UN GRITO
EN LA NOCHE
Prximamente en la
Red Panamericana
i>
Presupuestos de
PINTURA
VICTOR PEJIN
Casa Mailer. Caart* I*
Av*. Central, Tel 2-2*72
SE VENDE:Pqr motivo de viaje,
carro Buick Sedan 1947, en ex-
celentes condiciones. Derechos pa-
gos, Montos nuevos, radio, etc.
Tel. 3-2737.
SE VENDE:Camioneta Ford 1949
en excelente condicin, Tropical
Motors.
Reparaciones Da Carros servicio
inmediato, corteso y precio m-
dico. Trabajos garantizados, Tro-
picol Motors.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC
5 tonelodos, modelo 1947, exce-
lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1 -2
toneladas, tipo armado, 10 rue-
do;, modal: 1942; 1 Internacio-
nal. 2 1-2 toneladas modelo 1947
chassis lorgo; 1 'Internacional 2
1-2 tonelodos. modelo 1947 chas-
sis corto I Mock. 5 tonelodos.
modelo 1947. excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitor informes llamando
al telfono 2-0610
Levantadas de Noche)
l sus Rones
Ayude
El i-uerpc
_ cuarp humane aa deahaee Sal
axeeao 4* telSoe y deaparcllcloe var-
rosla de la lanar*, por medio d* loa
nueva millonea da dmlnutea tubo* n
filtro* d* lo* rl doea. SI eatoa veneno*
da lo* rones a la rejiaia ln hsr.n
sufrir ron levantadas nocturna*, ner-
viosidad, dolorea da piernas, oleras,
tumbase, delora* d* la* coyunturas,
aeldaa e ardor an loa conducto*, de-
bido a la aeeeddad da aatlmulant*
diurtica, pruebe Cystsx.
D*ih*re del cido dries v lea
veneno* con la recata mfdlea llamada
Cyatax, que aa un diurtico eatlrr.u-
lanta da loa rion** v paliativo para
s v pal
nal d*
la Irritacin funcional de la vejls/a v
vi** urinarias en astado da arid**.
Cystex satisfacer*, a usted completa-
asante y **r la medicina qu* usted
aeceel'e. Pida Cystex hoy mlsms
n bu for-
marla fa-
vorita.
ittiri, ras wyetex n
..Cystex
Se pide el boicot
| funda Indignacin"" del Congre-
M) por el "simulacro de juici.j y
i condena Injusta" de Oatls. jtfe
de las oficinas de la Prensa A-
&oclada en Praga, quien le
sentenciado a diez aos de pri-
sin por "espionaje' pero cuyo
Juicio demostr que no paso de
cumplir aus deberes de corrte-
ponsal periodstico.
El Departamento de E'.ao
ya ha iniciado las medidas p_-
r. anular las concesiones ai en-
celarlas a Checoeslovaquia lo
r,ue reducira radicalmente su
exportacin a Estados Unidos
ton lo cual el Gobierno comu-
nista checo obtiene alrededor de
2 millones de dlares anuans.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de artculos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS se venden a lot
ms bajos precios.
Por qu no anorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
- Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.
Puertas
Americanas
n todos tamaos
Ventanas
Aceite de Linaza
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para Tender ms"
Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
llecen el hotel El Panam.
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Cali* 1( bt* N*. 4 Tel. 22 Alambre de Bronce
para mosquitos
Machetes Collins
Clavos de Zinc
de 2"
Platos de Cartn
Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con SO velas de fuerza de luz blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
horas por 1 galn de kerosene. Toma
M<", de AIRE y solamente f"r de
KRROSF.NE. Completamente asura
no expila ni necesita generador ni
bomba No produce humo ni malo*
olores Es tan sencilla que un nio
puede prenderla Nunca vlata en Pa-
nam a Precio lan Balo
por slo...B/.9.95
Tenemos Indos los Repuestos!
De Venia en todas las FF.RRETERIA8
y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
W0NG CHANO, S. A.
telo Calle t y Ave. Balboa
Tel 3*3.
Panam, Ave Central ti
Tel. -wn
SBADO, AGOSTO II, 1951
Matrimonio West-Stratman Rodaniche
Esta tarde a las 5:30 en acto sencillo que bendecir el Re-
verendo Padre Michael Wye, en la Capilla del Sagrado Corazn
en Ancn, Zona del Canal, unirn sus destinos en los sagrados
lazos del matrimonio, la seorita Rosita Stratman, hija del Sr.
Pedro A. Petri y Sra. Juanita Rodaniche de Petri, y el caballero
norteamericano Bill T. West.
Apadrinarn la ceremonia adems de los padres de la novia,
el Sr. Ernesto Rodaniche y Seora, el Sr. Mario Banchieri y Se-
ora, el Sr. Jos Mara Rodaniche y Doa Ermila Mara Cedeo
v el Sr. Augusto Enrique Rodaniche y Seora.
La elegante novia lucir una exquisita creacin en tal ny-
lon y encajes, estilo ballerina y mitones tambin de encaje,
confeccionados por las delicadas manos de Doa Leonor Man-
rique, reconocida modista de la sociedad de Cali, Colombia. Su
Telo corto de tul Ilusin lo sostiene una diminuta corona de
azahares. Llevar en sus manos un nyeo ramo de rosas ador-
nado con cintas blancas de satin.
Su nica dama de honor, la seorita Olga Cover, lucir una
creacin en tul color orqudea plido y llevar un ramo de ro-
sas rojas. El Sr. Larry Boldac. ser el "bestman".
El cake de novia es una obra maestra de Doa Felicia de
Sousa.
Despus de la ceremonia religiosa los padres de la novia
ofrecern un brindis en su residencia al cual han sido invita-
dos familiares y amigos ntimos.
Que Dios derrame mltiples bendiciones sobre esta joven
pareja que hoy forma un hogar cristiano y que la Dicha sea
su eterna compaera, son nuestros deseos.
Sociales de Celen
Por JUDITH BERTONC1N)
Tel. 4 Ando. 10M
ti
Baile en el Monaco hoy
Esta noche, de ocho a cinc*
a.m. se efectuar el baile de
inauguracin de la Unin de
Locutores de Coln en los am-
plios y ventilados salones del
Jardn Monaco. Amenizar es-
te reglo festival bailable la Or-
questa Nueva Ideal con sus
cantantes Humberto Mier, Luis.
Alarcn y Jos Slate. La cuo-
ta es de solamente B. 1.25 para
caballeros, damas cortesa. El
pblico colonense est cordial-
mente invitado.
,
Cumpleaos de maana %
domingo "
Nuestras anticipadas felicita-
ciones hacemos llegar a la se-
ora doa Rosa de Aroaemena
en el da de sus natales que
celebra maana domingo.

Hasta la ciudad de Panam
nacemos llegar nuestro cartSo-
so saludo a la seora doria
Nery A. Calvio de Oart,
por sumar en el dia de ma-
ana un ao ms de vida..
Tambin cumple aos msia-
na domingo el seor VicJJala
Lara. Lo felicitamos con tul
motivo.
Celebra maana su cuarto a-
niversarlo de nacimiento la ni-
lta Maribel Oalindo, hija del
hogar del seor don Anbal
Gallado y seora doa HH-
cela N. de Oalindo. Que los
pase muy contenta son nues-
tros mejores deseos.
Preparativos para an festival .
bailable |
Los miembros del club so-
cial Los Tigres, preparan pa-
ra el sbado primero de sep-
tiembre un extraordinario fes-
tival bailable en los salones del
Jardn Monaco, con el fin de
de levantar fondos para varia
instituciones de beneficencia de
esta localidad. Habr grandes
atracciones y premios cedidos
por varias casas comerciales.
Este festival bailable ser a-
menlzado por la orquesta de
Armando Boza.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
d Tubera
i Negra r
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tubos 4" Sencillos___4.00
Tubos 4*' Dobles......4.4*
Tubos 2" Sencillos... .1.60
Tubos Dobles......2.M
Tees -4x4..........2.09
Yees 2x2..........1.M
Codos 'a x 1........75
etc.. etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares l.tda.
La Locera Pasadena
' Rifles de Baln
Morco "Daisy"
desde 2.95
IV *D .TfaACCr^LECrrBaCl
El Sosa blanque al
Royal y empal el
3er. puesto en bolos
ESTADO DE US EQUIPOS
(Torneo de Bolos)
Dep. Morris ......... 14 3 .13
Caf Duran .......10 .037
ptica Sosa .......... 0 7 .542
Entrometidos ......9 7 .562
Selecta .............. 9 7 .562
Tropical ...........S S .500
Pinocho .......... 7 9 .437
Royal ......-......... 10 .375
Taller Sousa ......... 6 10 .37."
Novatos ...........3 13 .187
Al blanquear anoche el pti-
ca Sosa al Flan Royal en el tor-
neo de Bolos 'Jantzen", se pro-
dujo un triple empate en el
tercer puesto. Andrs Fistonlch,
con serie de 523 result el ma-
yor anotador.
La puntuacin individual fu
la siguiente:
ptica Sosa
Maduro 151 153 186 490
Arias 120 150 152 422
De Jann 194 13S 167 497
Arango 143 161 124 428
Fistonlch 159 166 198 523
767 766 827 2360
Flan Royal
Carchfrl 131 127 150 408
Esta tarde a las 4:30 contrae-
rn matrimonio en Fort Clayton
la simptica pareja seorita Dul-
csima brego A., con el Srjen-
lo del Ejrcito Norteamericano,
Charles H. Grablie. Deseamos una
luna de miel eterna a esta fella
pareja y que la dicha los colme
de alegra y felicidades.
Lombana 142 120 113 379
Cowes 138 130 123 391
Piad 155 155 138 448
McGeachy 150 148 186 484
716 680 710 21C8
22 22 22 04
738 702 732 217J
Handicap
Propaganda comunista
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 3-1503
Durante la manifestacin de la juventud comunista celebrada'
en el sector oriental de Berln se colocaron profusamente
carteles de propaganda anti-norteamericana como este. El
cartel presenta combinados los retratos del Presidente Tru-
man y de Adolfo Hitler con una Jevenda que dice: "Truman,
sucesor de Hitler".
CIRCO RIVER PLATE
en el relleno de Barraza
HOY y DOMINGO a las 8 P.M.
y MATINEE DOMINGO a las 4 P.M.
A Rer! Nios y Grandes A Rerl
Grandes Atracciones, Payasos, Trapecistas,:
El Perro Que Baila, Mandibulistas, etc. etc.