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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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"Let peoe know the t ndhecontry e" Abraham Lincoln.
:""Let th~e.people knowe the a rm f le country is so/e"-- Abraham Lincoln.


S7 9' < R ; M PPANAMA, IL 195 DLAY, Lar a, 1951c


' o eNG r.TRR above, In the Jamaica's Capital city of King-
ston, as It looked several years ago, and below, the results of
the 1944 hurricane ear the island city. Saturday's blow
was even'mpre severe than the 1944 twister.


under jNewcomer Regime
I'- O -g e


1 "Panama Tribune
Supplement" pub-
day carried t.e'
icle by Panaaml-
nan George W.


"Many factors come to light
upo reviewing the record of a
ehe executive or his adminis-
tration ahadin scanning the re-
cord of ernor Francis K.
Neweomer; -ocal-rate employes
will :be hre d to note some
of the ajr gains that have
comhe to their group during the
three years that he has served
as Chief Executive. of 'The Pa-
nama- Canal and Panama Rail-
road Company.
"AH .o the more pressing
- olitves for which the local
rate npoes on the Canal
'n'e J ,ve 'been struggling
h4ve not. been realized to
date, utJ1ignafWetat changes
have come about within re-
cent ySas e changes which
could inly, have been reass-
ed -as'a result of the sym-
pathetic, understanding and
bhIh--l.itane of teN Head
of $D( C1atal Zoee Govern-
met ts A enrtds the complex
pi'u .afecting the non-
U. S. w rs under his conm-
'.eom i O the benefits were
secu red (xugh administrative
acL on Sal some by legislation.
The following summary is,
h t nrnv nf vital


interest to t
to be Indift
ponmlbe dor
changes tha;
lives. -
"r-Current
nment proar
ated to. tst'

ment; nlan (li
Sates rate e
two months
flee and ad
for local rat
was done adU
the Oanal
ploag had t
clouded from
adoption of
legitlon pa


based on the theory of "equal
pay for equal work." .
"6-Discard of terms "gold"
and "silver" in employes de-
signation in November, 1948.
'Xhis act was followed a short
time later by the adoption of
new names for certain "silver"
(Continued on Page 6, Cot, 8)

CZ School Bells

Set For Toling

On September 1
The Canal Zone kindergarten,
elementary and secondary schools
for white children and the Canal
Zone Junior College will open
Wednesday, Sent. 5.
Enrollment schedules, school
district, class schedules-and oth-
er school regulations Will be an-
nounced later.
School bus routes, and charges
will be thq same as last year.
Tuition will be free for children
in kindergarten through grade 12
who 'are dependents of Canal
Zone residents or are dependents
of persons In these categories:
active members of the Armed
Forces or U. S. citizen employes
of the Armed Forces, the Pana-
mA Canal Company or the Canal
Zone Government, regardless of
residence.


ose who are wont A nominal tuition rate of $50
rent to those res- will be charged for attendance
the important at the Junior College tor students
come Into their who are dependents of persons in
these categories: active Panama
quarters replace- Canal Company and Canal Zone
originally estim- Government employes who are
upwards of $30,- residents of the Canal Zone; and
r U. e. citizen employes of the Ca-
bi-weekly pay- nal Company or Canal Zone Gov-
stitutid for United ernment, regardless of residence.
mployes less than The tuition charges for all oth-
fter assuming of- er students in Canal Zone white
ted a year later schools will be: Kindergarten
workers). This through grade ,elght, $190 er
inlstratively since year, grades nine through 12, $275
d Railroad em- per year, Junior College $425 per
een expressly ex- year.
the compulsory The sixth grade will be re-
a plan In Federal established at Ancon Elementary
red at an earlier School this year. Sixth grade
students in Ancon attended
L Work Week. This Balboa Elementary School last
IinistraUve act year.
u~ist, 194 for the The Anton kindergarten will
sfloes and was also be expanded this year to
throughout the include children from Quarry
# Heights, Balboa Heights and
ifM pty rates for Ancon. some of whom would
es,, giving in have been included In the Bal-
lat.aot In- boa district last year.
.Ta-s The Fort Kobbe School, which
19. A was reopened last year. Is now
Incre~is was completely equipped and will
ill this year to Aenr= l all cIld~n In kinder-
Saten throui l WsIx wob
o thrtem )oea- ive lan all et -
lto 0.. raw Ylk aunMtes except Car


Gvrnment Rests

Its Case Against

Mrs.Min. Dee
The U. S. District Court in An-
con overruled a motion of De-
fense Counsel Woodrow de Castro
to dismiss the Mina Dee case on
grounds of insufficient evidence,
after the Government rested its
case at 11:30 this morning.
Called to the stand today to
testify in the case involving the
Panama freight' house cashier
charged with failure to account
.for government funds, was As-
sastant District Attorney Kay
Fisher.
Mrs. Fisher told of her meet-
'Igs awth Mrs. ]ee on two occa-
lons when she* ame to the Dis-
trit Attorneys office voluntari-
Pj Ja~cch of this year the de-
fzpdant,= acoompanlid .by/her

up the situation.
The waitess said she tplained
to Mrs. Dee that anytlibg she
might say could be used against
her. When questioned on various
transactions, Mrs. Fisher claimed,
Mrs. Dee admitted making era-
sures on the duplicate copies of
storage receipts on order from
Enrique de la Ossa, PRR local
agent, who was said to have Ini-
tialed white pieces of paper au-
thorizing the change. However,
the Assistant District Attorney
said, Mrs. Dee could not remem-
ber where some of those slips
might be.
Mrs. Fisher went on to say that
the ex-cashier told her she al-
ways kept about $200 on reserve,
but that everything else was sub-
mitted promptly to the Collect-
or's Office in Balboa Heights
three times a week. She claims
Mrs. Dee said that the customer
always 'came back the same day
for his refund.


Six transactions were offered
to Mrs. Fisher for identification
by Asst. District Attorney Row-
land K. Hazard, and she verified
that those were shown Mrs. Dee,
who Mrs. Fisher said, admitted
making erasures.
However. Police Lt. Stewart P.
Trail who was then called to the
stand testified that microscopic
examination of the duplicate
storage receipts on exhibit show-'
ed that no trace of etasure could
be found.
'The government then rested
its case, and Defense Counsel De
Castro made his mptlon which
was overruled. The defense will
present its case at 1:30 this af-
ternoon.
Two other witnessetcalled this
morning were Domingo Diaz
Mendez and Bernard Dorfman.

Heave-Ho! Missouri
Incident Almost
Capsizes Sh;p
It was at the Presidential
Reception aboard the .battle-
ship Missouri at C:--.,1bal.
When the Pres!.!-t arrived
to be piped aboard, most of the
guests rushed to one side of the
ship to watch him.
Said one wag: "If everyone
rushes to one side of the deck.
perhaps the ship will capsize."
Said another. "Let's have the
midshipmen man the opposite
side to counter-balance the
guests."
But an august Navy officer
intervened. "They can't be sent
to the side of the ship. They're
MID-SHIP meni"


Tanker Blaze Takes
23 Lives In Singapore
SINGAPORE. Aug. 20 (UP)-
At least 23 persons were killed
and 20 Injured today as two
explosions set the 11,000-ton
tanker Dromut ablaze In the
harbor here.


urrlcane


Twister


ECOSOC Delegates Holding


First Session This Afternooh
About 150 delegates Will assem-
ble this afternoon for the open-
Ing ceremony of the secondI 7l
nary meeting of the InteriAmer-
lcan Economic and Social coiuntcil
in Panama university's vast MAu-
ib Maxima" where President Al-
cibiades ArosemnMa will deliver
the inaugural address at 530 ,
p.m.


The delegates from the 21 Ame-
rican republics, including cabin-
et ministers, high-ranking diplo-
mats and top economic experts.
will remain in session here for
about two weeks to intensify the
Western hemisphere's economic
and technical cooperation and,
most likely, to determine the fate
of the assistance program.
Officials expect the main d"eq
bate will be devoted to Latia
American demands of guarantee
against inflationary dollar pay-,
tlents by the United States. This
problem was Inherited by the'
conference from the recent meet-
ing of the Foreign Minister*s aI
Washington. t
secretarial personnel of the
conference have already prepar-
ed the paper groundwork for the
committee sessions at the Hotel
El Panama where the congp ,
ces' technial aspect WIfb.
workdtdout. e -"
S Th conferetl, M .++7 ot
underway this m rfnhi '*W
the record" meeting in we hotel
of the heads of the various dele-
gations. The purpose of the meet-
ing was to designate several
committees of expertnto deal'se-
parately with vital agenda prob-
lems and to name the president
of the Council's session. The lat-
ter was expected to be accord-
ing to protocol-Panama Minis-
ter of Finance Galileo Solis.
The United States delegation,
headed by U.S. Assistant Secre-
tary of State for Latin American,
affairs Edward Miller, Jr., Is re-
portedly preparing a statementI
in connection with payments for
raw materials from Latin Amer-
ican sources.
Argentina Is expected to spear-
head the Latin American de-
mands for "equitable" price re-
gulations in the event of another
war. The official Argentine
newspaper "Democracia" in Bue-
nos Aires Sunday reflected the
Argentine position by calling for
the support of the other Latin
American delegations so &a to
form a "single front" against the
United States. The paper said in
the last war the Latin American
nations received "swindling pric-
es" for their raw materials and
urged the delegations to demand
a "fair deal like the one existing
(Continued on Page 3, Col. 4)

Armed Services

Employes Forming

New Credit Union


Civilian employes of the Arm-
ed Forces may soon have a cre-
dit union when formal applica-
tion is made to the Bureau of
Federal Credit Unions by the Or-
ganization Committee after a
meeting tonight at 7:30 in Cu-
rundu.
Acting Chairman of the newly
organized committee, Richard R.
Saul, told The Panama-American
that they are being chartered
under the Federal Government
and are organizing with full ap-
proval of the heads of the Army,
Navy and Air Force.
Although preliminary applica-
tion to the Bureau has already
been made. the formal applica-
tion which will be prepared 10-
night will suggest three names
for the organization and the de-
cision as to a name will rest with
the Bureau.
Other members of the Organi-
zation Committee are James L.
Harned. Dan Snyder. S L. Hen-
ry. Bill and Richard Kelsey. Pat
Tyre. John Burke and Joseph
Burns.
Employes of the Armed Forces
have been without a Credit Un-
ion for alost two years, since
the Army and Navy Civilian Em-
ploys' Credit Union, with offices
In Crundv, wasclosed down by
the Air Foree following the dis-
covery of eXtreme Irregularities
in thb lendig and handling of
the funds.


Toll Up


To 10


Heads Nort


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MIAMI, Aug. 20 (UP) Panic-stricken inhabit
of the Mexican provincial capital of Merida took shel
in churches and public buildings today as the hurr4
which took 109 lives in Jamaica roared across the YuL
tan peninsula and burst into the Gulf of Mexico. T
But the eye of the hurricane passed 30 miles nor
west of Merida. Winds there did not reach above 70 m.
The Weather Bureau here has warned that the Ni
ricane will increase in size and intensity over the sou(
*west of the Gulf of Mexico this afternoon and tonight.
Rescue workers today are still digging bodies frj
debris in Kingston. Thousands are homeless in the
where damage is estimated at $20,000,000.
Governor Hugh Foot described the hurricane as '
worst storm ever to hit Jamaica. The seaport of Moroa
Bay is flattened.


AMONG TOSSI AT TOCUMEN this morning to meet Assist-
ant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs Edward G0.
Miller., Jr. were: newly appointed Panamanian Ambassador
to United States Roberto Heurtematte, Panamanian delegate
to ECO-SOC Julio X. Heurtematte and wife, United States
Ambassador to Panama; The Honorable John Cooper Wiley,
and Counrlor of Embassy Murray M; Wise.
Secretary Miller is United States representative and
Chairmen 01 taoIn for the second Extraordinary
-" of, n-t e' etn Ec onoic and Social Council
oIW & Honorable AlBert P. lufer is the alternate
ate and Viee Chairman of the delegation.
Left to right, above, are: Wise, Ambassador Wiley, Am-
.issador Heurtematte, and Assistant Secretary Miller.


US Claimed Softening Impact

Of Inflation In Latin America
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 20.(UP)-
High official sources here said
today that the United States is
taking all possible steps to re-
tluce the inflationary impact of
its exports control system on La-
tin America.
Although efforts thus far have
been largely successful, it is ex-
pected that this fall, owing to
defense orders, the problem of
supply, of iron, steel and other
metallic products to Latin Amer-
ica may become more difficult.
Some other difficulties in the
situation now developing are the
failure of European industrial
countries to expand their exports
to Latin America. Also, with price
controls here, Latin America can
still buy many essential goods
more cheaply in the United States
than in other markets.
The U. S. Department of Com-
merce is sending exports to the
southern republics to convey
complete information regarding
the export control system in an
effort to acquaint the Latin A-
merican countries fully with the
goodwill of the U. S. In meeting


the inter-American supply re-
quirements.
Officials said that the possible
inflationary effect on Latin A-
merica of commodities scarcities
in the U. S. is far less than would
have occurred without a care-
fully planned export control pro-
gram.
Without such a program com-
petition among buyers would
have become more intense and
the principle of "first come, firsy
served" would have caused ine-
quities and many abnormalities
in foreign commerce.
Loyalty Screening OKs
13 State Officials
WASHINGTON, Aug. 20 (UP)
-Carlisle H. Humelsine, deputy
Undersecretary of State for
Security, said today that 13 of
26 State Department officials
recently brought under in-
vestigation have been cleared
by the department's Loyalty and
Security Board.


Police Chief Walter Calder
says there has been little looting
in Kingston so far.
Calder said one of the more
serious problems was finding
haven for hundreds of homeless
families.
Five hundred persons were
sheltered in one Kingston school-
house alone. Others were sent to
the hurricane damaged public
maternity and mental hospitals.
Noland said the harbor was a
mess. Several ships were over-
turned, run aground or badly da-
maged in Port Royal harbor.
The airport at Kingston was a
"collapsed jungle" of wreckage.
Governor Foot said Linda Dar-
nell and the crew of.Hollywood
acrienplayers, who are niakld a
British film. were on the opposite
side of the island, which suffered
light damage.
The huge sugar crop on the is-
land was unaffected, the gover-
nor said, but Jamaica's rich ba-
naana crop took a bad beating.
A Royal Navy frigate is speed-
ing with emergency supplies from
Barbados.
The Cuban Red Cross is dis-
patching a C-46 loaded with a-
bout 9,000 lbs. of sugar, corn
meal, cocoa, condensed milk and
soap either tonight or early to-
morrow.
The delay in getting it away is
because all planes were evacuated
from Havana to the United States
when the hurricane threatened
Cuba.
The old pirates' stronghold of
Port Royal. said the Governor, is
"pretty well written off the map"
with only six of some 200 houses
left standing.
A retired British officer. Capt.
Godfrey Creven, his Icelandic
wife, their four-year-old daugh-
ter and the daughter's playmate
were crushed by a brick wall as
they ran outside their crumbling
home.
The mother was found with the
two children clasped to her
bosom.
Part of a penitentiary wall was
blown down and 70 convicts es-
caped. Power was cut off com-
pletely for several hours. A food
shortage was developing.
The western movement of the
hurricane left the eastern sea-
board of the United States out of
danger.


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Local Help Asked

For Blow Victims
/
The British Charg6 d'Affaires
in Panama, A. H. B. Hermann,
has issued an appeal for dona,
tions of non-perishable food.
stuffs and clothing for the vic-
tims of the recent devastating
hurricane in Jamaica.
Through the courtesy of E. F.
Howard, Pacific Steam Navil
tion Company manager in
tobal, parcels will be sent byl
Relas del .Parifico,
Kgteston, Jamalea, ofn
Arrangements have been ;
for the collection of parcels at
the British Legation Residene,
corner of Avenldas Balboa and
Ecuador, between 8 a.m. and .
p.m. daily.
While the most urgent need
is for food and clothing, dona-
tions of money will also 'bi
gratefully received by the Brt-
ish Consulate, fifth floor, Caia
de Ahorros building, Centptl
Avenue. -.
Contributions may also be
mailed to the British Legation,
Post Box 889, Panama City or
Box D, Ancon, Canal Zone.
Major H. F. Tucker, of the
Salvation Army, has appealed
for Jamaica relief donations
from members of the Salvation
Army and friends in Panama
and the Canal Zone.
Donations can be mailed to
the Salvation Army, Box N, Bal-
boa.

Wagner Elected
New President
Of CLU-MCT
Well-known Canal Zone labor
leader, Walter Wagner was
elected yesterday to the presi-
dency of the Central Labor
Union following the resigna-
tion of William Price. Wagner
will remain in office until
November or until new officers
who will- be elected in October
voting are installed.


Hollywood Portraitist Brushing About Panama


By REECE SMITH
There's a painter in town, name
of George van Saake.
He plans to brandih brush -
es round these parts a few days or
more. Accompanied by his
sketching pad and a drawn ex-
pression, he should be easely dis-
tinguishable.
('Editor's Note: That'll be en-
ough of that.)
Sorry, sir.
Doubt whether to pronounce
him Sack as in Falstaff, or Sark
as in Cutty, or Sakee as in prit-
chee, pretty maiden, determines
that he shall be George for the
remainder of this disquisition on
fine art.
Fact is George halls presently
from California which in turn is
one of the better publicized by-
products of Hollywood.
Among those to whom he has
given the brush, after his fash-
ion, are Dorothy Lamour, Mar-
lene Dietrich, June Allyson, Ma-
rie Wilson. Alan Ladd and Wil-
liam Bendix.
Most palettable dish in view:
Rita Hayworth
(Eetor's Note: You've been
warned.)
I'll watch it. sir.
Somewhere In this locality is a
picture of George casing Ritae
from a range of less than a foot.
The drink his hand 2s threat-


ening to spill. He is not thinking
about it sufficiently.
Unhappily George's advent in
Panama does not mean Rita is
coming right on behind to sit for
him here.
George has been wandering
from Hollywood off and on for
quite a while.
So has Rita for that matter.
But this opens up a broader line
of thought on finer arts than
khan be explored in this feuille-
ton.
George's wanderings started,
he reminisces, 49 years ago in
Rotterdam. There and then he
was born.
As with many of us oldsters,
George's memories of his first
year or two are losing clarity. So
the next item he has to report
after the Rotterdam arrival is
datellned Berlin.
In Berlin, and later in Vienna
and around Europe. QGorge's ca-
reer was not stamped with that
stolidity which might have mark-
ed -him for later presidency of his
local bank, or ,iigh office in his
Rotary Club.
At 12 he was a child actor In
Berlin. Then he took to molest-
ing pianos and studied in Swit-
zerland under Poland's Paderew-
ski.
He switched stagewards again
when he was 18 and wrote a play.
later took on dramatic coaching.


PORTRAIT OF AN ARTIST not concentrating on the matter
in hand.
From here, for reasons un- a job as assistant art restorer i
scripted, he moved upstage to a New York's Metropolitan 14V
course in restoring old paintings. tin. ,.
George betook himself to Mon- Thereafter he worked In
treal in 1928, and on to the Unit- seums and art gallesrt abuet
ed States In the following year to (Coathnead eaPae 06 ft
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g.S. Flador Knot ............................ Au. 29
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S.S. Levers Bend ........... ................Sept. 3
S.S. Mayari ................................ . Sept. 14
(Handllng Refrigerated Chilled and General Care)
Arrives
New York Freight Service Crist6bnl
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S.S. Cape Cod .................................Aug. 21
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S.S. Cape Cumberland ........................ Sept. 9
Week Salllngs to New ourk, Los Angeles, San Franeliec. Seattle
Occasional enlinSs to New Orleans and Mobile
(The iteamer In this service are limited to twelve penengels)
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Administration Blistered


In GOP MacArthur Report

WASHINGTON, Aur. 20 (UP).-Eight Senate Republicans ae-
cased President Truman yesterday of recalling Gen. Douglas Maec
Arthur for "utterly inadequate" reasons and warned that a 8Mth
parallel truce in Koiea would be a "victory" for the Chinese Con-
nmunists.
The senators Issued a brIstling 23,000-word statement of
"views and conclusions" on the MacArthur Investigating Commit-
tee's seven week inquiry Into MacArthur's -dismissal from his Pa-
cffic commands and related military and diplomatic policy.
The Republicans charge that from the 1945 Yalta conference
to the current Korean truce talks, the Far Eastern policies of
Democratic Administrations constituted "a catastrophic failulare...
the most desolate failure in the .history of our foreign policy.
"This management has been Russia with the advantage of
heedless in its neglect of our in- having utilized the conflict as a
terests; the upshot has Ueen ca- "proving ground similar to Fin-
tastrophe," the GOP lawmakers land and Spain.
charged. The Republicans added that
They blamed Secretary of State such a settlement would leave
Dean Acheson for "vacillations Russia free to strike anew. in
and equivocations and said the some other world trouble spot
net result has been to encourage whenever the Kremlin consider-
Communist aggression." ed the time ripe.
Defense Secretary George C. Among the Republican conclu-
Marshall was held accountable sions:
for "a fatal coalition" policy of 1) While President Truman
tyiny to bring the Reds and Na- had unquestioned legal authority
$ alists together In China. The to discharge MacArthur, his stat-
tate Department was charged ed reasons were "utterly inade-
with "a direct and dreadful re- quate to justify the act." The
spofsibility" for a "ruinous col- April 11 discharge action was
lapse" of American prestige and "curt and precipitate," much in
strength in the Orient. the manner of discharging a
Democratic committee mem- "disgruntled subordinate rather
bers held their fire at least for than a distinguished command-
the time being. One, who asked er."


aot to be identified, said he
thought he -"would let the Re-
mublicans fight It out among
emselves." ,
He referred to a statement ii-
!ed Saturday by Sen. Wayne
horsee R., Ore. Morse accused his
'OP colleagues of Indulging In
"highly biased and partisan" cri-
tilcism and said Mr. Truman
would have been "derelect in his
duty" if he had not dismissed
MacArthur.
The Republican document was
signed by Sens. Styles Bridges,
.H., Alexander Wiley, Wis., H.
'Alexander Smith, N.J., Bourke B.
lHickenlooper, la., William F.
'Knowland, Cal., Harry P. Cain,
iWash., Owen Brewster, Me., and
Ralph E. Flanders, Vt.
"Any peace short of the libera-
tion and unification of Korea is
a delusion. Any settlement at the
38th parallel is a Chinese Com-
munist victory," the report said.
It also warned that anything
less than complete victory would
enable the North Koreans to re-
sume the war on any "flimsy pre-
text," pin American troops down
in Korea indefinitely, and leave


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2) There was "no serious dis-
agreement" between MacArthur
and the Joint Chiefs of Staff rel-
ative to Korean military strategy
and the chiefs "no more than
concurred" in Mr. Trqman's de-
cision to fire MacArthur. The
senators remain "in the dark as
to precisely what civilian influ-
ences were Instrumental"in the
ouster."
3) American fighting men In
Korea have conducted themselves
with "gallantry unsurpassed in
our history," and deserved
"something better than Indeci-
MEon, resolutionn and equivoca-
tion in the ultimate center of
command" at Washington.
4) MacArthur's management
of postwar Japan is the singlee
exception" to a record of "cataS-
trophic failure" of the U. 8. in
the Orient. In the main, U.,S. pol-
icy has been wracked by,"ap-
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Admiral Alb -
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Admiral and MR, Bloooe p*e
the weekend gpesta of Cap'ain
and Mrs. Koepke and, dA-d
the reception on. tha.USMiss-
ri Sunday afterpo n whichWi
given to honor H4 k lleoey,
the President, of the loJtbic e
Panama and Mrs. AIblaUes
Arosemena.
Bon Voy u Party -
Honors Mr. md Ctbett
Mr. and Mrs, Atthur V. Cor-
bett of Mar .who have been
active mem ip lkers in
every phase of Legion'
and AuxilIary the Caaal
Zone for mo t ty years.
were guests- r buffet
supper eFridi f Ovi The par-
ty was 4p bfted ,'members pf
Elbert 8. WiAdu.ost No. 2. Amner-
lean Legion and the members of
the Auxiliary Unit and was held
at the American Legion Hall in
Old Cristobal. Colorful decora-
tions of red, white and blue were
used against a backgroud of-
palms.


Mr. Corbett has served as,
Commander of Elbert 8. Wald
Post' r a department officer.
Mrs. OCrbett is a past Depart
mental Executive Commltwi
wom a past qpsartment Pres-
ident, a past Unit President apd
for the past four year s as held
the office of Bepartmeuf i Secre-
tary. She is t interested in
her work with mxembbe of the
Junior Auxillary, and her daugh-
ter, Miss Ruth Corbett, if presi-
dent of that organization at this
time. Mr. and Mrs. Corbett were
presented with a 400-day clock by
the members of both organiza-
tions.'
Among the prominent ntembers
who were present were Legion
Department Executive Commit-
tee-man and Mrs. Nelson Mag-
ner; Department Commander
and Mrs. Leon Carrington; Past:
Department Commander Pat Ry-
San and Mrs, Ryan; Department
President of the Legion Auxiliary
Mrs: George Nadeau Legion Aux-'
iliary Department Exec u tI v e
Committeewoman; Mrs. Homer
McCarty, past Department Prerl-
dent; and Mrs. Mary L. Engel-
ike. who for many years served as


w a e .us.AF ....--
.for the ptrpper. ./
Mr, porbett will retire from
service .with the Slectrial divir
aln In October and will leave Oc-
tober 5. He and Mrs. Corbett
w1it their children Ruth and
Jnmy win make their home at
tar Creek" near Bar Harbor
Maine. Their older, sons. Edward
qnd Arthiurare attending colleg-
es in the States; Edward will en-,
ter him senior year as a student
at, the University of Maine and
Arthur will enter his junior year
of study at Springfield college ln
Massachusetts.

Mr. Burlando Entertamin
for Mrs. John E, Flshej
Mrs. nrieo Burlando of Colon
entertained with a tea and canr-
asta partyiat the Hotel Washing-
ton Thursday afternoon. Thea
party was arranged to honoi her
cousin Mrs. John E. Fisher 'of
Streveport, Louisiana, who has
b en visiting .on the Atlantic
8idb for several weeks. Mrs.
'Fisher was the former Ena Salas,
the daughter of Mr. andMrs.
Jllio A. Salas of Colon.


r st: thd West: Tied for first
ee wre Mrs. R. B. Ward and
l Mr le Croft, and Mrs. Par-
-encHan nd Mrs. C. T.Bwear.
|ngei; S. Mrs. Julius Lots and
SM .. .Brown:i 3, Be. et
eA Mrs. Edward Dlcklmon.


h Snes To Be Marriet

Thomas C. Barnes. who "ha"
been on the Isthmus for the ast
in months- and Is employed
wtthe Texas Oil Company, lft
for the States recently. His mar-
riSae to Miss Denyse Culver, the
daughter of.Mt. and Mrs. James
A. Culver of Merlon. Pennsylva-
nia, will take place next Saturdgy,
August 25. MW. and Mrs. iarnes
plan to return to the Isthmus
septeber 3. They will reside In
the Texas Company quarters at
Mount Hope.
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The guest list Included Mrs.
Julio A. Salas ,Mrs. T. J. But-
ler. Mrs. John T. Whitely, Mrs,
L. L. Koepke, Mrs. Antonio Al-
berolas Mrs. Charles Whitaker,
Mrs. A* ustin Cedefio, Mrs. Al-
bert Matta, Mrs. Frank Zeimets,
Mrs. Errol Pinto, Mrs. Enrico
Serventi, Mrs. G. losi, Mrs. Her-
bert Toledano, Mrs. Hipolito Fer-
nandez. Mrs. L. Sanchez Mrs.
George Townshend, Mrs. David
Sasso, Mrs. Coleman F~'sso 1Irs.
Robert Lelfr *'-'* --3
Tress. Mrs. Charles Perret, Mrs.
Charles Perret Jr., Mrs. Julfo
Doml-. ez,.
nadler. Mr-. A" a ,
Pletro Sanfellpo, Mrs. E. J. Hen-
rllquez, Mrs. Juan Nunez, Mrs.
Julio Nino. Mrs. Kenneth DelVa-
11i, Mrs. Henry Castro. Mrs. I.
Forgnone, Mrs. H. J. Henriquezr
Mrs. D. Goezalez, Mrs. F. 3.
Kniox, Mr. Ernesto Eatinoz. Mrs
Thomas J. Butler, Jr., Mrs. Hen-
ry Ford, Mrs., abian Pinto. and,
the Misses Jawefa and Carmen.
Calogne' and velyn Frankel.


Other to pclsto bei dtWse Willn
Include price controltA /Mpur-
chasing power of rueerv3lrans-
portatipn facilities. and4 techn4-
eal andsocial cooperation.
The crucial techlial aslast-
anceprogram budgetary question
expected to crys'tie during
the meeting as several nations
himve still not paid their dues
threatening the continuance of
the program.


. Officials of the Pan-Alieriean
Union have already ;outloned
members that dlue tg tbei. k of
funda for the 1,200,000 Uschedule
for 1951. 75 per cent of the pro-
gram has remained unfilled.
Also on the agenda is. the
discussion of the scarcity of
such vital materials as news-
'print, sulphur, and tin. Tihe
complete draft of the agenda
to be submitted to the metiing's
approval is as follow:
1. Prices and monetary re-
serves
A. The effect of price re-
gulations on the economy of


republics and
Wement methods.
nl*Atenance of the
fr of monetary.


?. .- VOW aw materials and

3. TZiiportation
A. l n of present
:trs apIlitles.
6 g i of freight and
InsuraMe atoS In Inter-Ameri-


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operation
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WASHIN9TON, Aug. 20' (UP)
Rep. Walte ors, D., Tax.,
said y3ekeedz fhat a OOP pro-
posal for a mReubUit-apa then
Democratic alliance in 1952
would wreck .ie present poli-
tical balanceT nd lead to dan-
gerous extren*a In government.
He made Wfe statement dur-
ing a radio debate !in which
Sen. Karl E. Mundt, R., S. D.,
author of the- coalition plan.
saiN he and hNs OOP colleagues.i


wodiuld support Sen. -larry F. He said Southern Democr.tp
Byrd, D., Va, for president if feel that the Republicans co-
the Democrats would nominate operate with them when It is
him. to the GOOP's advantage but
r sometimes refuse to help "when
Mundt sakdhe "would be the Southerners need- their
happy" to support a man like help." '
Byrd who disagrees violently
with many Trupln administra- He said a case in point was
tion programs, the defeat by Northern and
Eastern Republicans of an In-
He said a great many South- dustry dispersal plan that would


ern Democrats have been vot-
ing like Republicans for years
and they might as well Jo.n the
party.
Rogers retorted that tie pro-
posal should be turned p ~dund
and that Republicans wbo.have
voted with the southern wing
should become. Democrats and
help lead the party back to the
principles of Thomas Jdffer-
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rapfl Again Outshoots lea for aN cr EW YORK, A. Th" YS.k.s -k
a l ghas ben mad er& frinhA6r fied lead in tI Aaetikd k X y9
fl l n-_.. kto --- -, '
_A eld As Balhoa Gun Club |o+.s:!: + a' .h,.+6" -"t Jl .
Satllen said he wasn't at all s Sox in a doSheer. .
1ihpp ?radley Unilvekaty plAyer4 on the ,ect single-inn ri t am0 4t e- BL Wfohs 9 Wh .Atai
-- o who admitted controllig the 9, sre fe r ltat the Ne i vr tl et o P Ar ,
Sld by Irv Krapfl, who again outdistanced all opposition, 57 victory scor over XanM th Yo 7 l thihe runa ia n th fl
Sb o Gun Club pistol team fired 201 out of a possible a game las, season. the. ad d two mor- Pu ttth. ITV s '-- i
o tr the combination National Match and Camp Perr "I told them in 1944 that some- on oe'S rkt homer of av up ev / .
Sto take the Canal Zone Shqoting Association's annual day this basketball scandal wa the a the eighth. tied for 1t (t)
lonshipt with the 2 handgun Sundav at F.r Fan. golng to brea ad It wotld t Sti. I .. pine.
brbok-Curitdu's 2 0 was just good enough to beat out t hi h heaven.," sa Al en. Meanbt, Itfty Morris Mar- a .),
boa. un Club No. 2 team, which scored 72 fbr third "We~he day has ab id." tin-who6 didn't need such a NATIONAL lkttit 1j .
Irv rapti put togetherA 278 National Match sore With Dr. Allen's blast was brought maria was working on a near
ain 2 over the Camp Perry course to post 74 for the on by the news that a gambling thuto ute e.-hitter for hWis Th New f'. ] rl Yesterd. euu Si. Le 1
3 vidUal Gold Medal. Pred Wells, also of Balboa posted 558 rig had cleaned up hWme $80,- i' the year tpsqg t to biV it at 4p. : lto i
eond place award, and Malor D$n Crumpacker kept the o on the game won by Iradll. te Brot Bombes th oict b. Clevel.t O 0 b;
t three awards all in the grasp of the Balboa first team The Iansas coach had enty to latter's 1iI bt 6 W 1
he posted 546 for thrd.. say bout the situation. T he6 1...l.thdIri. dians*0 thir .4, W (1 011 1 Jud e W,,
brook-Curundut's Curtis Peterson fired a 537 for fourth He xp'oned that back in 194 n o e stand tomor- ver the I ...h bkn9 14-)# ...sn4 ),
hIle Wayne Lucas with the same score for :alboa's teatn hewarnla scandal wu cla ngton,
'hd o e content with fifth. hand. "I told them about two mr o same fine _pitc h, s a- l 610 0
e mtch was Well contested under good shooting codi- players t a big phdeli that market their recent 18- I th : t 1
Stiof*t. and was only marred by the non-appearance of several school. Taey were offered 11,000 winning streak when Early Wy
Crigtobal shooters. prIventing that club from putting a full team each," says Allen, "to tx a game." p1ehtbd I first gaixe seven-hit Harr Tr1ter .. . Ce 1 la 4 I' 10 -rkv1 =rke
to n terne. However, the men who did not show up are those The Kansas coach added that shutout over the Chicago Whit 50. Wi .. .. .. .. De. I
wbqtt su ll are most regular in coming out for competition, so one of the boys suddenly becamE sox.- irate [ .. ". & "0o 3 t-S iTi
thly. undoubtedly had good reason for missing the Amatch. strangely ill and dropped out of Cleveland made three runs td Chl S.Ti,(5.k. . , 1 ra, ,. re, ,zi
ext week. the Balboa Gun Club is running off a match at the basketball picture. While th sew it up in the second with don- The Oita w ( hA Ai t"l (f41, pt Pilm5e and M 0
"F'k Pat that should be well attended. Shooters will remember- other joined the Navy. BtiW*, Bsone sand WyMm pu4 rtn I odt 1e '*o d" ** wt h P
S year's wildeat match, where everyone got a chance to show two A "nIl"s Sam Chapman lite hodaernt byv p0 d T.
S t their pet rifle and cartridge could do. This match was "The doused that scandal," contributed a homer. like cha from 82* 1etrao O"on 10 A Crh (1) Ue "n
f !what marred for the wildcat boys when it was won by pays Atlen. "aind hh I ske In tht nightcap the Whit4 8 behlfwt nr y.heit are rifle. Hotwe eb otiI was ? c B I o 7]a9rwi't
le" Jaffray with an ordinary .22 L. R. target rifle. However, about it I was criticzed. But I took a, 7-1 lead as Lou Kretlow eighth shtnigt defeat ** ** ** (3 ati Swift; Oar-
re is always a new dawn, and this time everybody gets a new said then as I say now," added held the Tribe at bay. However, eighth tigt defeat. Fr (( -) and abt
Ste doctor "ntercollegiate th- the Indians rebounded e .. .
The course to be hfired this time will be the regular DCM letic needs a high commission- runs in the eighth-two on 0.M- Ateoc to Theiefa*lWa tirwe h th Indat eo d Ii4na
c~rse as fired here at 200 yards for 30-06 qualification. How- Or of the Judge Lahdisgtype. Ahd Cult by LUke ate 1-but AloU. T .. .. Listh 1t
e while the course is the same, the rules have been somee- we need it for 11 sports," adds wo tl~) one short ok Al -- a
Sb t changed for the oecaqIon. Any rifle may be used in this Allen, "not Jt for b ketb. d," Za homered for thtl ite Gamboa rounded out the turn I i 10 -811 3 Ga &
m*ch, and it may be equipped with any kind of sights whatsom "Tt aii e- ~, into the home stretch this week LO tl W I0-- I 1
evdr, either military, apertuire or optical (telescope to you. As "It's of a sports or The loston Red i$o clobM to With only one match left to de- I T -S SS ii
there is no limit to rifle weight. the NRA positions, t e220ially controt ree anIl1 one half termine the finalists In their c ur M 5-13), fth-
in offhand, will e legal, and the loo sling may be used. trol sports with our horse and games of the top by defeating rent club championship tourna -
S Re-entries on payment of a second entry fee will be allowed, buggy days system of faculty re- the Washington Senators, -3, ment..
but there is a gimmick and shooter re-entering may not use ggy ys sytin sr f7e r in the ,,baed for the current week are. 1hU. 103 010 .
| tts uo t the behied the girtin g er a n t Y o k P Q$ 6 1 i
either the same rifle or any rifle using the same cartridge on res uptovthcorgcndt lr e tri nl"owe "Pro" Janku"vs. "Lefty" Ray Eu-% W-1 1 7 3 -
firing the course for the second time. -The management ap- Its up t the c legep as r r ed per, a matcl. ta o -d certain- r u 4 1
parently wants variety, and With a rule like this they will un- en ey tand d it lyro a "Cactus" W'i al r ( -1D, tamr, B CA mndU-1 120
Sfdo" bthdly get it. easily, now," he said. "They *tl fiv e j .,' Hart wu.,z (U1( Berr. SA 5 *,
The hinidloaderg will be working behind locked doors far In- woun'thah ny trou at all bail na hithis h.iy rtan
to the night getting souped loads ready for this one. The control intercollegiate sports na- theM t lak t in t ]t&er a t op VW1o,0 'n
.220 Swift boys, the .257s and .270s as wel* as the .22-250s, theho v conOf trole intercollegiate sports na- Tu11 ti h0he0le. in til 3tithAll .
prove that last year's fiasco ,imagine, a .22 Long Rifle) was just I oid.ann b on; )E
a flash in the pan. And as a matter of fact, they lust might F0tball Offfljijl g to C CE" CRE-._
be right, They shouldn't forget 01' Massa Big Bore, however., I ably
This course was designed for the .30-06, and it might still win. M l- 1 I (t t a lmu. y
Then there's also the man behind the gun. After all, all T Mee./t 11 lF ..am"- 6d
these rifles are more perfect than men who aim them. The %,Athmboaor.
arguments will go on all week, but they'll be even worse nekt TereWlle a metino .k i m],, be even worse nekt T e
J W after the match is over! f oisl i 4a .M nto b ,o : ,"
e scores fired in. tl-o n)qtol chamionhloi foW: oZf iIs- pi m aiA

KSlow Timed Rapid S AL a e d h O h h he dp Int 1bo o| me lhi
Krapf 1 86 96 90 278 100 98 9A .. 5. who are itnre in oftlet-W "ti.....hi-. uss
d Wells 80 99 93 272 98 95 93 28 53 thisyeararrequest eto att6nh. that p tatot emnbor a to mike i.
i Crumpacker 89 94 88 271 93 93 89 275 543 p 5 '1 othe Intereste A f I F A I l
Todd 80 86 78 244 98 96 35 279 5*3I 4 l new crop on the fI-VesL"a. ". ." IntLK
Team Total ............... ..................... 2201 eri .. 1 tAktohe fairways What ith id He d wn, F S TTE
Slow Timed Rapid Total Slow Timed Rapid Total TOTAL Je06it n, J hh gee ng e me RIC ICFE CREAM
Bob Gorder 72 93 89 254 97 89 93 279 533 o( f the second half by beating Th o boys in their have th nucli,6t i
Gil Kemm 69 91 81 241 92 89 87 260 S09 co Solo by Jto scort of 5 to e. xt. *6 ooks like team.
illy Jones 49 88 88 25 92 95 89 276 501 II It Was clo y1i .0yed ball o dlort' nty for all con-
BlJ s$ T 1 2.40. during the first half but, 6 Here's hopid* othixr elnb 1-L
TeamTotal ....... .. ....... ......... T -Rita $ the second hili it Ofird. twe have It now is low suit .. Ro
Slow mThnied alt Slow Timed pid Total TOTAL Coi, core o c Solo kh dumped in 21 ,
Wilyne Lucas 82 88 86 256 95 97 0 281 5 37C 1- points whilo Yof t umhed in 2
Jim Thomoson 88 94 88 270 94 92 79 265 5 l6_2 whor-team scor it10, dJnl ith r| l I
Carl Brisson 77 89 79 245 94 90 77 261 506 w.ho? te: i i wh Th s co i o th t..i
Henriquezh o 76 81o80 237 87 88 257 494 ft):-$ 24 ThIsecoIAL LInT Ut ITHo hAnitAL LOU TERY UIF BFICE[ NCFTEAL I
Team Total ............. ...... .... .......... 2072 ovr Junior Vraty. The win for
Slow Timed Rapid Toial Slow Timed Rapid Total TOTAL -rito y ath ll. te o. p te P wing Nmberi th Or w I A w19, 1951
Sucker 69 87 92 24 95 6 85 266514 e (rit ta-i- Po it *s l 0rt 1Smith Iat The wholk tickets have 4$ piecs div'1 4 d i two *4i "" "" of 241 pi .
Counselman 75 81 76 232 96 93 93 262 494 .. "Junior Vkrsnit 's i~n boring ik.
Turton 68 85 82 235 89 83 80 252 587 EVE Rdonk by Welt iotSich ho dum i
Team T^tal ............... .............1 99 2-op $2. 1 poi n tsSt r Ie a 0.
R ISTOBAL 3-Cal e:ra BoS sores of the pat i :
Slow Timed HBapid Total Slow' Timed .api.. Total TOTAL 11 ( e ec n Prize 52 $ 4O 5
Barck,778888 253, 879577-11.,? 253 512 .............. 39 - 1i5
Btaew:ar ,"I ^H... t Second Prize 5 0 2 4 $ 14,400. O0
Dale 44 61 70 175 77 82 57 216 391 1 iywood 2.. a1 .. ...... 0 21
Team Total ...... ..................................- ...... .. 0 0 i, -.
bwATeam Tiotal .... ........ l..-... ... ..4, T hird Prlze '4 6 9 1 $ 7 200.00
Lt Haynes 76 89 81 28"46 "5"8 95 2 9 51 -Caribe l., (8..- Wd.lan, h............3 0 06 - i^ ' I
JB Bernon 82 70 1 798 6 06 Lambert......... 0-0 0 Nes. ,iIas Nea. ies t "ris.ei M l "s. gi + .
SW.Jaffra 71 92 82 245 91 90 ol3 254 40 6 $3. Wachtel ........... 0 o e i "1Set" - -
Lt. Foster 43 82 7 182 77 81 22 174 356 2-WdWrp at5colo2 10.20. 23 10 FT 0 0s 14400 M iM 1 M*4 W s7*, M 4
o .- t h ). 8 f. .Carrey... .........2 1 0. *,: 1 4. 2* ih at ,.: s sa. ..
S~ h~ h Belviy .......... 3 4 1 14. 4 la.6e15s1 144.: al. w1~* Ight raol 14. 141,1 _s
_I IJ ; (I PA --nGrochowski ........ 1 0 0 bU. 1440" . .. was 1" 4 n. r-le0. . .- : .. ..
2-Purp raen 30, $5.80, $4. Hellerud .. .. .. .. .. 3 2 8 10. 144ff 1..0 144.0 2709 s9 5700 i.so ... .....
2-BeI e. ,+o $3. Blair ....... .......5 1 11 .W 140 1464 a420 14.6 IM5 1ell. Zh ib (p .if- .I
3-RanT opaja $..... Rigby..........0 0 0 149 4. t) 144M., M I 2.- ILg g eI ,,--I



Onee o: (mhby R1 -Tetirave- Manning...........5 1-11
.j~~, isn ........ 1 *0uu 2o n- p --....e.


INTI RAI 2 Bryant .......... 2 1 5
l-El M-go (e $18.0*.$9.30,$4.60. Anderson .. .. .. .. .. 2 2 6 S
S-D.D.T. .20 $8. Sullivan ........... 1 0 2 U9/ .06 i4. 2 'a."i* ,0I t.* k0 .-tei 5 a sme. .t4 t. MnM NoI 1 I i
3-* icon .20. n a $2.20. Simons .......... 4 0 8I ---- --M I .. +W .Ma l -i i
0alBSmithf.. .. .. ..S... ...6 2 14 i 1. N 7 1. m" .00 1300 "*gg -,j -I
.06M'12.E0Is23la MAIfm In.69 I IM 1200 59"
EI VE ACE 23 8 54 .. .h.r i I.ftaiun; econ. i ...
m. -,,-,m ,~- -Ba n ., .--- -,- .-.atan $9.60, 32..90go.t .
S2-Black Sambo .40. Junior Varsity IPG FT I
Peltynaovich... ... 4 17 15
BOST~ .STAPLERS r r ...... ...3 0 .4 .. .
I Is ltg... ..- ..- .. ....0. 2 0 6, .,. ;
5 i | .',0 .T o S o.1es 6c Emonds .. .. .. . 1 0 1
T5 repuloss......... 0 1 PrW9*-'Tshing numbeta of eterdaRY's LOttery draws wore mild: first ad third In Pama=n second in Co~g.
Didier0o ..0... 0 0 oTheaDue anIO T.&m*eis
Ta Y bga by: 80MlRO t .A@Qf, bfterMr 1 o? WbIvice of P4)4ml
lot D- eIt PauM=C.. 0presaten) r Of the MbIstry of Treasr. .
Ave.Tivoll No. 16 gst Cur r a w ls' - ""mes i- I "- m .m





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S.- .Written for N-A Se n ,

t NORTsh, (De a M I' Am. 20 (UP) Col. Fred J. Aseani st'k- tersbur- Fla., (<-4
Jles to fa rrecord of 628.698 miles an hour yes- Capt. Thomas V. 01
' 0 tAH e jet fighter to etum tkq ti.te ef a 100- dale. Ca i.. h
"-|WEST EAST k th nearby Sel rih e Air
a WE8T RA8T c Course WO m it to t United because of a mnavigal
4 b, bl aT I il 1and was out of the ru
'a b acc v n ev en higher sped -635 11 mph m attW to
It 6J';t!^ ae ^fti ^ clock "l y sa i clast Frid o a ta t illw t the a- some we at rf l
too.. ..L& tino r rdSZ, Etl li books the mew world record.
SMrs. .Wilbu. r, tt it was believed that the speed pss which
rest 4 e e,0911 ou ate, he d mo e rFriday was Rat an offill tfUmt for th
treon _Corp et m1 cer, n. Mrl. wrence Getz, Mrs. P. A. N" a Y record. Vit Air Force officials anvnced lfter his ottempt 1 SM
a ..-- ur e. Lis Doobn Pa, ., Asu *ml, 14, of Rockford. ft, dirtor of u4twimp*tai
Ss t Stthort,. t MrPa fligt st Edr Ai r oD ., Me ,Ciff,
home on then. l t nd Mrs. 4Ap4re PaPt oP e artp
home onteOeelayA.O th d, t
IterSt unt i .40jet fighter of Apai 120 .
SomepSay!e t S by b ens u Ole'aa .." $Wept wing P g ,tyWthegpans :T
a, noM rd tXmt as a cat does Ieytrcarthe plan*
^*^S ^^ ^ ^ (K a er' %t? rsult mI r t 1fiiit* "t "en by the es- lut,. we a sy *wa y4guya
to u reueneeIn Pd e ur cats Mathain t d o a e a en t the rsdJ.eW LOr sd the Tex ,OJ
ho t h 1 Wayne Is rt as it wh e iire out said e nar-
1 Bo90*t vb 100 krlSouth, Inetdt e s hhhand, to *pai h* eoh
13 a rs wba s, a West o "nedt l five toovoer the strtin line from a rqw w leso h. oWimtott
Ste l ofl0 nry ann s a0 r saxt i z aped around mro ast he ltr mm int


u t o I eV. e le a ealswas col e t thee.edbled ast2 1 16
i r if Aug~t mto!Ieo
They wil make their resentment, a:,d declined to Asixplet t on T crash landing, .
VI sva td A6tlticrt he YJeth t mspeeldl 0Ke Mcantafl ightChicao jibe'Was thea first Thunf-
I k in t ab rs .u I1t"swer th em" ar1o t"hr r~uno~.ue oi iamdst ra. aIlreofa thein fcte inran fuht t.od mn th
plane eatday to CoAts fo ramWYomwee wah ha po r .a E r a Allilon wtlitI .(h9dnofe572.305.
49 ft Mr., Mr. and W. tone M UtVt
to 0h taY $nn br a would have sufer a nls, Thu plte wds s 4
1 ltad Mr. G a ny ru,=ofeate50"deed i W com t Capt. ,mr., Au&Uln Tex.,



Bopi^tetio ,B e lI.hor W- points wi theout d fen ds hd ts eedtoo fhdIrPe th aC tt. Jr. E. bohind t. n
ffce .P strut. 100 kelometerl ,He said hi s top speed f h d ) ..
.d d. i + 1 Ai 0 Ut was, west o, led five seed at r- e .0 t was miles Col. V Keith K. Comptan, tet



or P. a at"fartr wOi"$to wof damanda1 with tb4y wo ane t jrt of the spee00tt from thaeprOVI ng547 und.
tadI W ic on thrl te um nehen hadr u owt ot a 4, de, tof e temperature Z Ml Air Poe B asu, y .. wa
rtr re9 ooa n aneplayed hlowrande Ioao ng 4p The Air P io clonel said he Saturday's transcontinental Den-
,tes.n ~ ofe Newar h dMi^^er^ w r nit thoeased the eight aThis lost to otphtetelnelt dix eof. 04 lab from n urc to
aMne dde West's quen, Muth t So o thllu w at whih he et with *e -t ne spe d re-
ce keyaa. nt he sadhotnewd iok lh imI f to ord o croi*county ra tng .
It InI tWe aspt s t F yled another diamond,. id tolle fl er n
Correav IM"uinr b h u duyt hawon with the king. 'Ntw w hi roth eroUna ped Into Dett. speedal 553.781




SN i fAug.t dtomm y ,i thatheaski ng.ia t t l e o aoept aa n oin#.constant- hk. nd his elpahpsed tb fore
T at ity u l nt accu sed the Sa e dtsth e ehe a eon hi aEu l bano e h technique 1, 19.5- ie flight from Mu-T



m ba icatl^I ^gThot a. Nt eRray of a gra d spades werf ch uc e obvious y T. p e cost hi m aS ed Visibi ty ro 1 a thr ee ours, 27 minutes,

t obn 5 W a; ". Ve m y oann d put up the k rd
itl et = Brtish re- Col. Etritfi. eS.Davis, Compton,
Dori s .ofy r FAL Tt lTEtctTH





^ Wes^tt won1 efthe nP pf hane .A th a i. (Wd Lderiet).' 5U. 8r47
" ,k.thuththeactiontw n ewith






a ut puio- ouh1.n o1wdert h- AmericaN ummyw, g oelometerse as.
oor (at breasth. Gefs t tn led a of S494.97A..%6 tR. Lt. Col. George B. Thabault,
?r no1o +e andrttBt- t rd e third artundt Ws r tao l a i ce In an Winooski. Vt., 3-46 5632,7 m.p.h.
UFuinat I.wrt 5ltl I 1 tethrn o round odamon a a Shoot
W oh should havE .off Tr Ear, er, tt L_. Wiam D. cii, Calif., (Thundere t -
Nal agencyT many ruaffs aPossible. elo deod the= Al is n T"e. Capt. Bornard W. Watts aoul-
*' ln d an r v and firted here iee M p to der, Colo.. (n-45) 524.477 m.p.h. *Re.TradeMark






o0h4 ttggbtemt, the h'iscae thoe dloingdeeI haf Oe P
an$. of Ind -a )&l I cs s Sue tkt4 eot spokesman this poInt the defenders hod Pace two Oth Ae Jet Capt. IdWard E. Johnston,
Core ad i'--s4 ir we,, ,. Orem pro tc. r Is A 's1J. De r5nitt. 1threetricp.9 I% R1tt ed ods, M., (ThunderJeti) i12.-







MI. fer e la P certainty em- st ledthe queen of h r m t e








a MftTW ,^ IL^ e 0 race 7,15hme P
dtVlw MS A lt-4*e 4ftlaI U. rI. sition prob- the ace o truuips. The rest wa Fighter othh 4 lg m. >hn
l0 et h ace to r tef ita*re to iw
dowt. te edorfrrmr Wru tho rirht for your jobte otm
dget, 06eAr,&3atWon wab ma41t"-,
,of New Crl dinner wa f With te o vrnea of the orEcforAedatt
e and Mr. Uni ted Sta t e. queen o t esrt u l py dtoita clUbe
r 9 rat the pLofClays to win acni return a club.
pI t IS ol IpipO? i i R a." ~Lo o Dummy Wins, and.eciaer cash-
9To erorn e at st wil a rl foart orF ORD I
& Must )8. t /r-o ad. l ".wland threedh
oagratulations ot her" left trupis k to tfo feoi Mt. NFM lo tkIHswieS
hori.S p*e t "An tventqiof Ca uics" t heh'oM marts e rest.
Sj rltre eM Tu C. God The moral is y to see: Don't
iv groupu. r the direction ciarer unless yeu can get all the EA
lorr V .r _t u n Rober t- biod ia Aol d p trty ohe r fatre
..ne.,...i.t.r.. ostorne, Arnold lot bettr than a grid 4dividual .... .. .
did hT iW inU A" uI"Now Vmny Wear

% MWW l ut With Little Worry had ....
=t iW.r n et, tion. haulh or sneete without fear
Nicaragua, o,?s rwi.s t Er I 'TH holds plates
firmer CN more comfortably. This peas-
ant powder has no gummtr, gooey, pasty
AAe1Adad t'I # ( on-d). Checks "pl.te
ALS Get FAST

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laosW5S'w*i, miRs .I NU Is ogly one of the 7 dif- HI e are thb tracWfe t sm ew with a power dcioe to ait your
KMII0 4 hit Slthe terent varietiof einge-r v- .u Uy!m B mca k"i today'. needs. Over 190 model, fro yins
IWbI b* o1AiA9P- sll PcIIOp im PO-Tr -TENS1 lead ttuwkI, hin prfn iin 95A.p. Pickup to 1 4i.p. BIG aO
* r ~~ _w comfort, in d eit4iy, in JOBS. Four rWet aongime! aN u
Sapdd, *^9 7SE BCONOMY. your Ford Daler tomorrow or ms.
Um'm" Z WA The maigs prove it! In all the facta.
daisem fame Pa I eye,
truickma are givin* FARD lu7"
Imr wk to !do, bcaiuseFord

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strip the best CI mSal
did in three days.
Air q.qthimt w
the first pub3 uow
flight refueling of a J*%
Flyhin a Thunderjet, Ca
At WoM aa rts Anft.
Eglin teat pot,. ma d SO
(CotLqwed Me I1!


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fuly proven way of getting the
power from the lagt fg.
ibm convmtiWsl mism, the PoW
s early aon control instmd of tro,
di I to synchron fim sin mWi
mnlrLy.
u uiA gau ... get no-kaack poafor
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kIaSWIg SERVICE
eo. 4 TIm Ave.

&1OSKO DE LESSEPS
.fara- de Lmeiw
:Purw"


MORRIBON'S
No. 4 Pourth of JulT Ae
Phone 2-M441

BOTICA CARLTON
10.059 MelaNdum Ave.
Pbop- 215-Colk.


SALON Db BELLEZA AMERICANO
1ie U Wea Ikb Street.


THE PANAMA AMErICAN
No. s7 "B" street-Pa.mt
Ne. 12.37 Cemtral Ave.-Col.


word.


FOR SALE
Household
tJ. LING OUT:-Household furnish-
ings at moderate prices. Via Espa-
ho n 2024 (one block from Juan
Franco.)
i FOR SALE:-Mahogany cedar-lined
S chest; General Electric porcelain
S'refrigerator, 25 cycle and porch
glider. House 5251, Apt. G, Dia-
f .' blo.
M. FOR SALE:-1948 Coldspot Space-
i,' master,'25 cycle, 9 cu. ft. refri-
gerator. $175.00. House 5341-D
Davis St., CDiblci Heights. Tele-
phone 2-3471.
FOR SALE:-One Philippine Rattan
m;,- mhogany diningroom table and 6
chairs, like new. One Hermes Baby
S- Typewriter. House 127, Pedro Mi-
A guel. Phone 4-485.
JFOR SALE:-Bendjx 60 cycle, cnly
4 months old. $225.00. 2008-C,
Curundu.

9 FOR SALE
-,- Boat, & Motors
S-V FOR SALE:-17' boat all brass-screw
construction. Johnson 5-horse mo-
S'tor late model with clutch. Con-
k.A'" tact Bill Brooks at Tarpon Club or
Elks Home.

S'US JET FIGHTER
' ILOT RETRIEVES
CrAMtlnure from Pare THRIEE)


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-Trucks: One GMC, 5
tcri, 1947, excellent condition,
GMC 2 1-2 ton, Army type, 10
wheels, 1942. One Interntjional
2 1-2 ton, 1947, long chassis. In-
ternational 2 1-2 ton, 1947, short
chassis. One Mack 5 ton, 1947,
excellent c onditi. Telephone 2-
0610. Panama.
FOR SALE:-1947 Oldsmobile, 98
with radio, 4 door sedan with seat
covers. Tel. 25-3157. R-3--C,
Rousseau.
FOR SALE:-1951 Kaiser 4 door Do
Luxe, excellent conditiodition, must
sell at once. Can be financed.
2070-A, 4t.. St. Curundu, phone
83-3278.
FOR SALE:-Trailer, 2 wheels, elec-
tric ironer, cheap, cheap Box 52, Curun-
du.
FOR SALE:-1948 Cadillac in per-
fect condition. Telephone 3-2184
or 2-1075, Panama.
FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker Star-
light Coupe. Call Balboa 2-2642,
between 7 and 9 p. m.
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford 2 door se-
dan. 2008-C, 1st St. Curundu.
FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 98 Convert-
ible, 1949 model, Hydromotic, 5
brand new tires, motor, body, ex-
cel:ent condition, duty paid. Phone
Balboa 3535, Panama 3-1025.

WANTED


Miscellaneous
with the flying boom of a Super- Micellaneo
'tl./Ot tanker plane at the extreme- Four American adults need two bed-
I.lylow altitude of 800 feet directly room house for next two years.
In front of the grand stand. Prefer unfurnished, in good loca-
tion. Phone Curundu 5197.
-The al- force now Is buying
-"Trninderjets in large quantities icated.
and savs inflight refueling will The police officer stressed the
6i lv increase the mobility of importanceof keen concentration
fighter groups and the timny they while operating a motor vehicle.
,pp rpend over in combat zones. Tuning radios while moving. dis-
treating conversation, one hand
-, At an orientation held Satur- driving and other elements t. at
-. morning at the Albrook base may divert the driver's attention
theater. for Albrook officers and are to be avoided, he stated.
r-_, aien. Sergeant Luther Fleming The talk was accompanied with
S. oThe Canal Zone Police deliver- factual recounts of some of the
an- address on safe driving. 1950 accidents. The right front
'Wtilve and Stay Alive" 4 seat of an automobile is the most
S dangerous riding position where
,prgeant Fleming pointed out most fatalities occur, said Ser-
"that during the year 1950. 639 Pu- geant Fleming.
t6mobile violations were recorded Demonstrating the danger of
,obs the Canal Zone Police. From following too closely. Sergeant
; thj figure, 301 violations were re- Fleming. told the Albrook group
"corded by the Canal Zone Police. that it takes three quarters of a
*.Jrromr this figure. 301 violations second under normal conditions
were surveyed pnd it was found for a vehicle operator to react to
;Abthat they fell into fou' ca' egories stimuli. Further. he stated, forty
"-reckless driving, following too Ifeet are required to stop a vehicle
.,.closelv. meeting nd pazsine pnd traveling at 20 miles per hotr.
backing. Other causes for viola- Forty miles per hour requires 120
tion of traffic! reuWlat1ons were feet hefo"e n vehiclee can be
speedingg and driving while intox-i brought to a halt.


If [Panama Canal C/lihoses |I
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1n1F


Showing tonight -

B B A L B O A Dean MARTIN e Jerry LEWIS
Air-Condiioned "AT WAR WITH THE ARMY"
:lt.. a t :e Tuesday "GAMBLING HOUSE"
DIABLO HTS. John PAYNE M Maureen O'HARA
%, 1 0.1., "TRIPOLI" (Technicolor)
a Friday "CRY D.NGER"
C O C O L I Bill WILY AMS Marjorie REYNOLDS
:15 &s :*5 "ROOKIE FIREMAN"
Tuesday "FLAME & THE ARROW"
G A M B O A "CODE OF THE PRAIRIE"
!'ilM M and serial "THE PURPLE MONSTER STRIKES"
Wednesday "BRIDE FOR SALE"
G A U II N (Tueaday)


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MARGARITA
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CRISTOBAL
Air-Conditioned
:I A '(:11
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"BRIDE FOR SALE"


Joan BENNETT George RAFT
"NOB HILL" (Repeat)
Tuesday "CONVICTED"
Doris DAY Gene NELSON
"LULLABY OF BROADWAY"
'Te"hnicnlnr
Tuesday "WOMAN ON PIER 13"


THURSDAY C I 9RkAL THURSDAY
. RELEASE! RELEASE!


A fiery redhead... an action-loving
cowboy... and a sharpshooting
secret agent

Pmount Prents
OLULNN IDMOND Li L
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MISCELLANEOUS
0o yre iave a dinaklag problem
Wrilt Aleahella Anmemyne
e x 2031 Ancss. C. .
For professional advice in color
schemes, interior decoration, store
arrangement. Call 3-3587, Pan-
ama.


SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wave, $7
Why have a home permon
..with inadequate facilities,
certain finished look, and no g
antese .-when you can hay
professional one complete for
$7.50! It will. lost longer..
look better! rhese can bb
Monday thru rhursdaoy. Make
appointment early! Tel, 2-2'
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open S
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa C
house, upstairs.


FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-Ecuadorian straw ham-
mock Store "Eugenio Chan," 13
St. E. Panama.
fOR SALE:-Wurlitzer piano, up-
ri'ht model. Adjustable. window
louvers. House 818 Plank' St.
Boalboa.
FOR SALE:-Singer sewing fdot mp-
chine, Underwood typewriter,
youths bed, baby crib, stroller.
Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE: Table model radio 5
tube G. E., mahogany dressing
table, 14 H. P. motor 25 cycle,
very cheap. Call after 5 p. m.
0599-D, Mindi St., Ancon.
FOR SALE:-Upright piano in good
condition. "U" street No. 1, room
15.

WESTERMAN LISTSr
LOCAL-RATE
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 1)
clubhouses, commissaries, tow,,n-
sites. The terms which had
their origin in the French Ca-
nal construction era had been
opposed as being derogatory to
non-U. S. citizen workers on the
Canal Zone.
"7--ApprdVAl of. new and
more liberal leayt regulation
for local-raters as of April. 1949.
"8-Authorized the construc-
tion of the first swimming pool
for local-raters. The cost of this
project was $205,000.
"9-Increase in cash allowances
to repatriated employes 'from
$25 to $40.
"10-Approval of automatic
ingrade pay raises and the ad-
dition of a qew within grade
step in the wage schedule, ef-
fective De ce m ber 30, 1951.
These are two of four major
changes affecting ray rates for
local rate employes. Approxi-
mately 5,000 employes will 'be
affected, by the automatic in-
grade raises, while 58,50 others
are in the grades to be affected
by merit promotions.
"11-Revision of regulations
governing the retention of local
rate employes to include a new
category of "probationary" em-
ployes. The establishment of this
new category Is expected to
serve two purposes; screening of
new employes so that they will be
qualified and suitable for the
work for which they are hired
and provision of a new system for
reduction of force.
"12-Approval of first tangible
recognition of West Indian labor
to the construction of the Pana-
ma Canal by the issuance of a
commemorative air mail 10-cent
stamp.
"In 1949 Governor Newcomer
approved legislation prepared un-
der his direction looking toward
a vastly improved retirement sys-
tem for local rate employes. In
June of that year he presented his
oronosed bill to the Bureau of the
Budget. Until now this legislation
has not been cleared for intro-
duction in Congress, although the
Governor and prime mover of the
measure has been exerting every
influence to have it pushed for-
ward.
"In analysis it is found that
Governor Newcomer and his Ad-
ministration have instituted nu-
merous reforms for the benefit
of the non-U.S. workers on the
Canal Zone. Although having
noted the favorable disruption of
the status quo of Canal Zone bu-
reaucracy to the benefit of the
local-raters. West Indianp and
other employes on the local-rate
rolls are neither complacent nor
fully satisfied with their lot,.
However, they hold to the hope
that their sacrifices, years of
heart-rending and back-breaking
toil, their loyalty and devotion
to the United States Government
and the Panama Canal-Adminis-
tration, through two World Wars,
will eventually pay-off in full
measure with adequate wages,
better living conditions, more
advantageous working .possibill-
ties and merited respect.

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MARIE W4pNb ecurly estabU1h 1l Id m star of
"My Frieddrirma," but not so .,e.l iam in this
gown, looks over aome sketches wit orge vanaake in an
interlude In her portat sitting.


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States, and ali dollied up.Edsel
Ford's at collotion n Detroit.
Though George was devoting
muroh Ume to 'rejuvenating old
paintings, he noted that he was
not st ring oI of
What stood ti clearest need of
refurbishing was his bank bal-
ance.
He therefore began t6 paint on
his own account. Also on canvas.
In the 16 Or so years he has now
been lving by. his painting
George admits to having done a
tolerably good Job of refurbish-
ing that batlnk account.
Commissioned portreats do
most towards&paying the grocer.
Child .4stdl s are his favorite
work
Getting thoee Hollywood stars
Into his studio hardly hindered
his standing, either
qeorge tries to bring out a sit-
ters character in his portraits.
Marlene Dietrich accordingly
rated warm colors.
Dotty Lamour came through in
cool greys.
"That doesn't mean that she's
not warm blooded. Not at all,"
George hastens to reassure. "But
she's down to earth, a practical
realist."
Bill Bendix earned deep blues
and deep reds for "great friend-
ship."
June Allyson in blues and yel-
lows, for youth and temperament.
Question to George: "Does that
blue and yellow shirt you're
wearing under red suspenders
mean you have a temperament
like June Allyson's?"


Answer: (Editor's Note: Quit
trying to get words like that by
in this family newspaper.)
In what colors will: Uorge
paint Rita )apyw.*11h?
"I havenrt- given it a thought
(A likely tale.)
"But I've got a lot of ideas. (See
cut.)
"Green, I think. AM kinds of
emerald green. To bring out her
color scheme, and her lovely red
hair."


un uniHrruOW
STR ARMY NQ.- Korea, Aug.
20 (UP)-Tanks qpported Unit-
ed Nations forces -beat off a
Communist counterattack and
captured at least.thiee hills to-
day tf.the. third day of their
flaming new offensive. I
United Ntalonh infantrymen
inched forward In rain, fog and
mud. at strategic points all
along an 80-mile. front in the
heaviest fighting since the
ceasefire talks began in Kae-
mog July 10.
The Cdmmunists put up a fa-
natic resistance. United Na-
tions troops had to dig them
out of their holes, with bayonets,
grenades and massed artillery
fire.
Tanks were brought, up to
fire pointblank into bunkers.
Turkish troops shot, bayonet-
ted and even strangled Chinese
in a bloody battle in an apple
orchard.
orhe Communists struck back
shortly after midnight last
night southwest of ..Kumsong,
their 'main stronghold oh the
central front.
They slightly penetrated the
United Nations line,.,but LUnited
Nations troops regained their
positions after five hours fight-
ing.


a W 1OAn bM 'lin in loclt
theater* Te(nigngj ex
pre clve aaaeJ^B, L.Je c09-
=t Ons were r 1 A d-tyical. the
MiUec, played on 1testlI na.
Utie instruments, exciting, all
added up to a first class artstiw
performance. The wonderful
graceful leaps of the dancers and
their gentfu expiudve hands
caught and held thh malinatlon
of the audience from the open-
ing numbers., ,
In the auditece were 6anyr
Hindu and East Indian reidents
at Panama who hadt come to as
their native danet. lome who
had been born and reared outo*
the EaAt were seeing.the dances
for the first time, while others
could be Heard tb comment on the
fam ilarity of the numbers.
The tiat part of the program
consisted of a series of short
dances. typical of-the different
regions of India. Of this group,
the warriors' dance was the moa
effective.
The second part of the program
features th dance drama Man-
ushya,,adaptedn the Kathakall
technique. This dance of the evo-
lution of man tells of the birth,
life and death of man. It has no
symbolism but is a straight-for-
ward prehentttion of the dance
of life as it is.
Tonight's program will fea-
ture dances of a more "popular"
nature. Tickets for tonight and
tomorrow will be on sale at the
box office at the National Thea-
ter from 10 a.m. today until 12,
and from 2:30 till curtain time
at 8:15. p.m. Tickets are also on
sale at Lewis ServiCe, Herbert de
Castro bf the Daniel Music socie-
ty, sponsefrof the dancers, an-
nounced.
Prices range from $3.00 for
downstairs seats to $1.50 for else-
where in the house.


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Editor, Mail Box,
PanaMa American,
Panama, R. P.
Dear Mr. Editor:
I witnessed a thrilling and historic tableau at the Moun
Hope Ball Diamond last week where people from all walks of lif
gathered to pay their tribute to the workers of construction dayi
the event that was made possible spawned by the initial though
of George Washington Westerman, supported in its material as
SeCts and morally so, by the Governor, Brigadier Francis K
Newcomer, the wheels of motion motivated by the Stamp Ap
predation Committee headed by Wilfred Malcolm, Cecil Smith
Graham Lewis and others.
One of the most significant features was the presence of th
Governor of the Panama Canal, who, tho amongst the worker
near 50 years, made his debut to the local-rate employes, admitted
through his speech, and addressed the cosmopolitan group a
"fellow workers," thereby, winning the hearts of every work
and listener both near and far.
As Monsignor Gladstone 0. Wilson said "there are things w
can never forget, such as the demonstration today"; the crear
of the Canal Zone and Panama Officialdom paid homage to th
West Indian Workers in a sincere display ending with the na
tional anthem of France, Great Britain, Panama and the Unitec
States.
The greatest labor leader of all Isthmian history Graham A
Lewis was chosen for the unique honor of being presented witi
the first Stamp by James Marshall, Acting Civil Affairs Director
It will be remembered that Graham A. Lewis and Erald Duran
removed the Communist taint from local-rate union organizea
tions in a bold and decisive action a year ago, saving all local
raters from embarrassment and investigation by the FBI.
In sharp contrast on this commemoration day was. the "At
lantico," a small Colon weekly written by Hector Connor, a heck-
ler, trying to destroy and misuse the good motives of the Stami
Committee In an undermining Editorial written on the same day
but broadcast last Thursday. Why cannot some one In authority
request this man Connor to cease causing undue unrest among
the workers and stop his broadcast and writings, which are do-
ing no good in public upliftment.
Among those significantly absent and who also does not
approve of this signal demonstration was Walter Maxwell. Foster
0. Bournes, Wilfred Cameron, Herman Watson, Seymore Reece
Oscar A. A. Babb. Why did these men tell the workers to bey-
cott this timely event???
The Committee, the Governor, Westerman, Malcolm, Lewli
are now praised by the workers despite certain adverse indivi-
duals to honor and success.
I hope you attended this commemoration Mr. Editor. If you
did not you missed the boat, according to Winston Churchill.
Sincerely yours,
A Guest of the local-raters


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They bitterly assailed the
CIO. charging, in effect, that
the CIO had unfairly over-
publicized itself; that the
AFL was getting the worst
of the new policy of dealing
with the government as one
high command; and that
the CIO people were get-
ting the more influential
spots in the ECA and other
foreign posts.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hull
Syndicate, Inc.p


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oo B By Vitr tisel
Some of next year's explosive
headlines were made quietly in
an Italian City early in Jury,
and confirmed secretly In a
Montreal hotel room the other
night.
en Millions Of working men,
hi thousands of businessmen, Pre-
sident Truman's fight for re-
be election, and, a:ven our foreign
policy will feel the Imdpact of
these international hotel room
parleys of the men who lead our
as giant labor coalitions.
Although few will admit it, it
all adds up to war, Instead of
peace, between the AFL and the
CIO.
Honest journalism demands
the reporting of these facts in
a sensitive, excited, labor crisis:
The AFL Zolers feel that
some influential. CIO lead-
it ers are attempting to build
e a militant Socialist labor
s. bloc abroad by lending it
it the prestige of the joint
- AFL-CIO orgdnizaton ope-
. rating in Washington today.
, Furthermore, It is the belief
of some AFL leaders that the
CIO is attempting to weaken the
r AFL's prestige and membership
d by raiding the AFL across coun-
s try and over-dramatizing and
r publicizing certain CIO lead-I
ers.
There is also belief inside the
e AFL. that the CIO alerady has
n made a pact to support Presi-
e dent Truman for re-election -1
e while the AFL plans bluntly to
d tell the Democratic Party that
it has delivered very little to
labor.
h Therefore, at least the more
r. powerful of the AFL giants, will
t sit this campaign out.
. They will say that even their
. most bitter critic, Sen. Taft,
next year plans to revamp some
of the tough labor laws which
- bear his name and support.
S All this led to the absolutely
p unanimous secret* decision of
. the AFL Executive- Council,
y meeting in Montreal's Mount
g Royal Hotel this month, to quit
the joint labor high command
which has been operating as the
UYnited Labor Policy Committee.
SThis so surprised CIO officials
In Washington whei it leaked
out, that some of them were
still reading letters summoning
them to another ULPC session
on Aug. 28.
Most of the labor chiefs went t
to Milan last month to plan a
global fight on Communist 1
unions for the coming year. 1
There, the AFL people say, i
they soon found that some CIO
leaders were backing extrem- 1
Ist Socialists, whc though hon- t
estly anti-Communist, were still
Marxist collectivists believing in
Socialism in our time.
For example, the AFL repre-
senttaives have been working I
closely in Italy with a coalition
of Christian Democrats (Catho- U
lie unions) and right wing W
"Socialists" who might be comn-
pared to some of the Roose-
velt New Dealers. t
They've organized a ne w
union federation called the C. I.
S. L. so they could more effec- g
tivelv fight the Communist n
Confederation of Labor there
which has 4,000,000 members.
The AFL men feel that s
uniting the Catholic work-
ers with the "New Dealish"
kind of unions would affect
not only Italy, but hit
hard at the Communist qua-
si-military unions through-
out all of Western Europe.
So the AFL people urged that
the new Italian organization be
given more prestige at the re-
cent Milan meeting of the new
International Confederation of t
Free Trade Unions. a
However, some CIO leaders P
were not warm to the idea -
and their spokesman, Victor I
Reuther, urged that an Italian
Socialist labor group be ad- t
mitted. This angered the AFL. [
There were other incidents. t
Some AFL leaders wanted
John Lewis made a Vice PresI-
dent of the International Con-
federation feeling that the coal
diggers of the world would ap-
prove such a move. But Victor
Reuther vetoed this.
By the time the International n
parley went Into its final week,
the AFL and CIO leaders there ,
broke up their joint sessions s,
and met in separate policy
making groups.
There was also final bitter-
ness when the CIO refused to
back the AFL's Italian candi- t
date for president of the Tnter- i
national Confederation. G
Instead, the CIO successfully h
backed an English Labor lead-
er, saying that the Italian n
represented a "paper organ- o:
zatlon" with few members, V
When all this was reported to
the full AFL high command in
Montreal, other AFL leaders, th
with other grievances, took the li
floor, tr


Pennsylvania Polka

By Peter Edson
-0o-


WASHINGTON (NEA) It is almost. tradil-
ional that presidential election politics get hot
and come to a boil over a Republican r tow,
'ennsylvania.
This Near is no exception. Anything can hap-
pen.
At this early date, a year ahead of the na-
ional conventions, even a sure-shot, never-miss
political seer would be foolish to try predicting
he outcome.
But here's what's cooking in the Keystone
tate uolitlcal stew:
ren. James H. Duff, ex-governor of Pennsyl-
vania, is now openly plugging for Gen. Dwight
D. Eisenhower as Republican nominee for the
presidency.
Rep. Hugh D. Scott, Jr., 1948 campaign chair-
nan of the Republican national committee. ha -
-one to Europe on Congressioqal business. But
while in Paris, Representative Scott hopes to
ound out Eisenhower.
Just whom Representative Scott speaks for Is
not clear.
*
As Governor Dewey's campaign manager In
he 1948 presidential race, Scott could be scout-
ng for what's left of the Dewey forces In the
3OP. Governor Dewey Is of course for Elsen-
ower.
Representative Scott got his job as Republican
national chairman, however, with the approval
t the Old Grundy-Owlett machine in Pennsyl-
ania.
So there has risen the interesting speculation
iat perhaps Representative Scott Is doing a
ttle advance sounding out for those tried and
rue friends of the Pennsylvania Manufacturers
association.
Thus far. aging ex-Sen. Joseph R. orundy and
Is faithful man Friday, 0. Mason Owlett, have
nade no official statement on whom they were
backing for the Republican presidential nomi-
ation.
It has been generally assumed they were for
hio Sen. Robert A. Tat.
But in 1948 they were against Taft and for
ewey.
And in 1948 Senator Duff, -after vainly baek-
ag the late Sen.-ArthV H. Vandenburg of fi-
Migan for the presidential nomination, swtten-
1 his delegates to Taft.
Today Senator Duff Is known to be dead s et
xainsf Taft. believing that if the Ohio senator


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is the nominee, the Republicans might will lose
Pennsylvania.
What all this switching around seems to
prove, if anything, is that old saw about "poli-
tics making strange bed-fellows."
But in Pennsylvania, to ball up the metaphor
completely, they seem to swap horses in the
middle cf their political dreams.
As a second choice after Taft, it has been
rumored that Grundy. Owlett and Co. might
take ex-Gov. Harold E. Stassen of Minnesota.
now president of University of Pennsylvania.
But at the 1948 Republican convention in. Phi-
ladelphia. Governor Stassen .ot just one vote
out of the Pennsylvania. delegation.
If the Grundy-Owlett leaders should decide
that General Eisenhower is the only candidate
who can win, Pennsylvania might be treated
to a rare spectacle.
It would be Grundy-Owlett joining forces with
Senator Duff for the same objective Elsen-
hower.
That might come either through the scouting
of Representative Scott, or the simple logic of
political developments.
There are at present no indications that any
such strange alliance is in the making. Duff
and the Old Guard are at war to the death.
The objectives are three:
1)-Election of a chairman for the Pennsyl-
vania delegation to the 1962 Republican
convention in Chicago.
2)-Control over the 70 delegates themselves,
to be elected next April.
3)-Dominance over Pennsylvania's Internal
affairs.
Normally the chairman of the Pennsylvania
delegation Is the governor. That would be John'
S. Fine. He was backed by Duff as his successor
for the governorshin last year.
With the departure of Senator Duff for Wash-
ington, Grundy-Owlett forces have tried to re-
Rain their position of power over state affairs.
And they have also been working to drive a
wedge between Governor Flie and Senator Duff.
Duff has now taken up this challenge. He
has told the Old Ouard that it they want a
fight. they can have it. -
Since coming to Washing eu,. Ie.s sa to
have kept his hands oat of -t eI Pennsylvania
affairs. Re has not Interfered with Governor
Fine's administration


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Buttons And Bows

By BOB RUARK

NW YORK. I tarried briefly n Paris the onParis the on which the sleeves extend beyond the hands,
other day In order to fulfill my sacred duty to as If milady were wearing her husband's cast-
the distaff department, and must report that off overcoat.
the new haut-mode is even more expensive, If But with Gallic practicality a hole has been
possible, and the models scrawnier, cut in .the sleeves so the poor girl can free her
And this time they are affecting tri-colored hands to scratch, perhaps, or to slap a presum-
hair, possibly a a gesture of patriotism." ing gentlemarn
The. myth that the average American is con- With added practicality the sleeves were sup-
structed entirely of platinum continues, plied with buttons and buttonholes, though how
You can order up- a chic wool number, suit- in the name of heaven a female may be expect-
able for football games, for as little as $600, and ed to button- herself into her own sleeves lIs
a girl of simple .tastes can pick out sa evening slightly beyond me.
Iress anywhere for two thousand clams. Thle poor. starved mannequins, all of whom
Beads and sequins go with it. appear to be In flight from a DP camp, have
For the first time in the history of high added great wens of phony hair to their little
couture, it was-not necessary to handcuff Mama pinheads, with such tremendous buns extending
to the hotel plumbing fixtures. from their matchstick necks that they seem to
She took one gander. at the Jacques Fath col- have been dipped headfirst into a inudhole.
section. murmured' an obscenity, aridcaonfined Average color on the same head Sl blonde, red
her shopping to scarves. I take this aha h0p and blat, sand I persnally woul4 rather make
ful sign. a asaat: a barler ole.
A great many American suckers I mean There is fur scattered over everything from
adies were saying a loud and profane "non" BVDs to ballet slippers, which again Is a fine
to the Impertinences of the designers this year, sign of true French acumen.
on the simple grounds that they can buy it Fur makes anything cost more, as do the
cheaper and prettier:over here. hundreds of buttons which are sewn among the
You can stretch a chump Just so far and bows and .flounces.
eventually logic penetrates even the more obtuse The demoiselle who becks her swain to button
female skull. her up needs literally a platoon of admirers and
My dreams lack a long walk to maturity, but the best part of the day to complete the job.
there is a foreseeable day when the Yankee The buyers and the fashion artists who sit
woman may realize that Paris has been playing. around making ducky little sketches, I also
awfully expensive jokes for many a dreary year. would fain report, appear even dumpier and
Much of the delicious humor in the carica- dowdier than ever.
tures of gay Paris today is to be found in the They all have a definitely wooley look, rather
hat department. like a middle-aged .English tourist, and I trust
Hats are jammed down over the eyebrows, you remember this when the too-too magazines,
giving madame the general appearance of a begin their siren clamor to ehhance your chic,
monkey with his head stuck in a bucket. this fall.
The ones with fur and fuss and feather need The girls hang around these glamor orgies
a periscope attachment to prevent the poor .. year after year, but none of the "smartness"
wearer from colliding with cabs. ever rubs off which would incline me to dis-
There is a vrai chic In the sleeves, too, this trust right away when they start to peddle the
season. They build them with sewn-on muffs. frou-frou to the simple souls who still swoon
The house of Jean Desses features one goat when the flimsily-sewn creation shrieks Paree.


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itahded .mrk; ,A.cow would prot*$
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It's easy to launch freedom-4riendship baBoons a
Curtain has panes co=4&g.
$5? tb ware in the alrW nature 1
=-t .blow from West to, t- sa
Vl tjral joti Is gettg thm into the air
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lrtu1orsuear the o curtain
at e drewsl us t
S-imagine the o t a oat-,
oRmnan was go ng
of -by W- containers,
ld.ervOA d a loma in earou
for epert d;e
It was a tt order for to duck the
the forty men recruited to fil the balloons.
They were to be take the zeh r
a flive-hour div froI Mu1Ich. beg-n laun44 gch
about midnight f sh Work at 4 m, thenetbow'
Naturally tey wanted to know wh"r the '.
what they wer going to do.
However, after getting them a 'nice new busi
ride to the Czech border every day. they fahal
for this mysterious assignment.
Another problem involved in sending balloons into
oslovakhis that it Is such a narrow country yoU1'
overshot the -mark.
I other words, if the ballons drift too far, they
Powlad where Poles can't read the Cech aflets.
Therefore it has been necessary to balance a
prahlet against the wind currents n order to getthe
to travel the right distance,
*It has aso been necessary to shift the launching s e
night, depending on the wins. -
For this reason, we never know until our mea
gives"the word around oon each day whis way to
truck caravan;,
The caravan totals nine trucksa two of them.
carrying hydrogen cylinders, ballots, two n l
one motor generator which lights up the cotrysie
ly to arouse every farmer In the neighborhood but, not
ficlently to give as much light as needed for the delicato
atlon or tying the nozzest, of two thousand balloons and.
ScUSE SPECIAL BALLOONS
*The reason for night launchings it that the bal
scheduled for arrival at 6 am. to 8 a.m, Just as the
people are going to work.
Two types of balloons are being used. One regular
balloon, manufactured by Dewey and Almy. carrying a'
about three and a half pounds, or 2,2 0 leaflets. ".
The 'other Is pillw-type balloon made by General
which also contributed generously of Its elperts- aid
help this operation. The pillow balloon, While tryingg a
er load, comes down to earth and bounces alng the
in an eerie fashion, bound to excite curiosity.
Across its side. In large red letters Is written "Svof
which means, freedom. k
Incidentally, Syoboda Is the name of Harold Ptauen'i
father and it is especially appropriate, as an Ameridah
Czech descent; -that he is attending this' launching.
Nobody -should get the idea that this friendship
barrage to the people of CzechoslOvakia is going to fre
country overnight. g t o re
It isn't, though It is especially timely coming as it.
when the -Czechs have imprisoned American newsman
Oatis on trumped up charges., "'
It also comes at a time when unrest In Czechoalovakfia
reached greater intensity than ever before. '
However; this balloon barrage is merely a test-a tto
what individual Americans working separately from their
ernment can do to promote people-torpeople friendshlir"
to make the Iron Curtain a lace. curtain. L .
,PROPAGANDA STIMULATES DOUBT .
Its aim also is to raise doubts in satellite ftinds as tot.4
why of the Iron Curtain.
. Why does -their. Governments refuse -them conet wi
free peoples of the West? What has Stalin got to fear
contact between them and the ,tre peoples of the world?
Is he ashamed of?
.%n brief, why the Iron Curtain?
Moscow, of course,"' will probably scream that this
violation of international law or that we are dropin
ous candy to, the children Of Czechoslovakla or
anthray, wheat rust, potato bugs or other germs bI
lological warfare. '
However. there's no international law forbidding one
try to launch balloons Into another. If the winds carry them;l
c n other countries, that's a law of natureo-n1t ,nterna
al law. .
And the more Moswnd Cch radios give alibito 4
people the more It s event that the barrage of friend
balloons is hitting them where It hurts. i
(Copyright, 1951, By The .Rll Syndicate, Ine). I ,






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SOMedidas contra la inflaci6n toinr la Causo 109 muertes alpasar

Conferencia qclue se inicia esta tarde por Jamaica y prdidas por
... .veinte millones de d6lares
Ser presidida Con vientos a noventa mills pr hora e drge
hacia Mirida, ciudad que tiene cien mil habitantel
P0 el Ministro MERIDA, Mixico, Ago sto 20 UP) El hurac6n qu
caus6 109 muertes ol pasar per Jamaica con sus vientos
Ude 110 mills, se encuentra atravesando la peninsula de
ic. Galileo So Yucatn y se dirige hciaesta ciudad decienmil personas.
El hura.c6n azot6 Ia costa de Yucat6n anoche despus
Cerca de 150 delegados asoren-. de haber barrio con la pequea isla de Cozumel.
niran esta tarde para I& cere- Los e urdcudro do reicatd
monia inaugural de la Segutinda .. Las autoridades opinan qu Los estn sacando victim s
Sesi6n Extraordinaria del Con- nor habri gran nfmere de nuer- todavia s e sco iet xn *
sljo Econ6mico y Social an. eld tes debido a que la costa d e en re los esombros sen
"Aula MA"xima" de Ia Univer- .. catin esti easi dealerta y a ton. Miles oe personas dse n-
dad de Panam, cuando el 1 e exsten pqueos villorios di- calculan n ms d 20 m
sidente de la Reptiblica, Don Al- perst y se vas. temor qpe se IIc e lar en os daeO
clblades Arosemena pronuncit el . tienea s qui sueeder cuando e l one s do d6ars.
discurso de nauguracn als A huracn aote sa eluded de Me- El Gobernador de Jamalca
5:30 p.m. rids. jo que 6ste habia uido "e i poow
Los delegados de las 21 Re%,- Entre l personas que dieron Is blenvenida as S. Edward La ofieina meteorol6glea in- huracin qu ha aotdo a
blica s Americanas, incluyendo G. IMiller, Seretarlo Asistente de E tado para los Asuntos Inter- form que el huracin se dIe isla.
a Ministros Geabinete, diplo- smericanos a so IlegadC esta mafians aI Aeropuerto, Naelonal de haeia M6nrida a .14 millas per
houed.totalmente arrasado.
S11 Aticos y pe econ6micos,%e Toeuamen, meencontraban presentes: elO r. Roberto Herteatte, he r con vent de milas El puer to aa r
hata nt s mu- reunirin en aesibn durants d0s reelentemente nombrade Embajador de Panamia en Wahington; per hra. queo otroal
k I i ab al.spu Ie deo0 in -ls emanas en 6ta ciudad garas el Br. Julia K. eurtematte yv ra., Delegade Permanente ante el Cuande el hurscin asot a Port Royal 0 quedaron
te, M nte Oa 4eA on iscutir la cooperaci6n t e nica Conse o E on6mieo y Social; Stk Ekeelencia Jobn C. Wiley, lmba- JamaiA el Viernes tonia vien- cass en pie. Kington sufri6
t s" 2i0 el6da -i y econ6mic del Hemisfeuio Oc- jladorader do lee stados Unides on P an ami y el Sr. Iua rray M. Wse, to de 1o0 mil eas r honk pere norme ente. Los vinos ea
is t u r ... "1 pe hassri .iuidaCmO n ll*oxedo | -bgx4a d aw.- Am a laie ri ..
dlr1edecrets itrele e o@
VoU do I y Presiden *. Ii. UolaDng
peoa d la histora de a isl, ontra lainflacie ebido a Dlelefea,
es ad*o dafiob per s de s pages en d6lares len Estados U- n l fo tografis anterior estin, de oIsquerda i derecha, el aRte a orte un rticueo e
mont doe 46taar y dfbasta el nidos. Este probli ma ha 'ido ft. Wise, el Embajadot Wiley, el EmnbaJador Heurtematte y el
memento 199 muerts mi entras heredado de la reelente come- St. Miller.
qu escadroe restate renca de Cancilleres qu so cc- l Ley sob la Eon
Soont1 ai an 1uscSad 1ps l0s lcbr6 en Washington.I L re s E lon s
eictimas entree l o estombros. El personal del secretarlado El ra e l E
La liacoitn de Grau Bretaisa de la conferencia ya tiene pre- ases nat de aya Don Jos u Maria Cabrera Fil6s present demand
on fnamim ha inleladto una co- parado todo el papeleo para laus para qu se declare violatoria a la Constitu-
lects para syudar a las vic- sesiones en el Hotel "El Pana- para que se declare violaoria a o
tmas, mi" en done se dscirn :os ci6n frase del articulo 43
.. ... Recrsode habea ce a d eas reald conferen cia se El abqere pr porcones e ado local, Don Jcr I sentarlos en dicho Jurado".
,-dereunl6n "informal" en el hotel esta mafiana una demands a (Passa a I a I Columns )
r e l s per a os c or l es de las dsa V asferens seCo a rte Suprema de aJuscias
lrostertza de-Znmbs encorpuscontra n de losesmanana c ardMarr ,L partidos Pol ticos
*I in~ia que p. oruno s G .- di odeiegscone& El objeto de la P i i ola d 1 para quo o s declare queue hIant R ef
n :ll 10e s Sisal Superior rented comit6s de experts para revelando detalles del espan- tambin los huesos de la nuca. gencit de esta ley" contenidt i
ira s ropas que traten separadamente con toso crime ocurride en Pla- e presume qo asesino es en el articulo 43 de la Ley 39 de sera present
Stropas de todas blemsvitale I ya Leona, done el agricultor zurdo, porque las hnellas de la 1946, sobre Elecciones Popula-
n recro extraornarlo d gnda, y pars rar el Pr panameo Enarnai6n Ortega mano zquierda fueronencon- res ioatora del prciio al Agropecuarlo
el Un recurso estraoradnaregunelgpnoa, y pare eocbrar ee Prvic
e maftana ante Ia. Corte Su- e tiene entendido que se esc toco-lo de autopsi, lds assinos tima. El autor d este hacho Nacional de Elecclones estale-is
pos onesma d Juseticia, &r la i- gera al Lic Gai Soa M acturaron a trquea aea le despu lo d matar cido en el articulo 105 de Ia Eta noche ser dcutidoe
....aLtW|Mcn ieri tro deHacien-acenciada Letc Vicencin, ro d Hacienda d Panammayor salvamo retrados en peso y los lnz6 al rio, lun- Conttuc6n yen lan de re
TO, Agosto 20 (UP)-Es- gi6n fronteriza deoZumba e in- Quien actiA en repres'ntacicn La delegaci6n de Estados -enP mayor salaismo r. ar donde ue enont rao, consignadou en el particulo 2 n de tar a el S da e n so tr
el Minlaterio de Defen- vestigar los incidents alli ocu- del senior Juan de Dis PoVLds nidos, enabezada por el Se- egin la aunvi opla, el c rmen Con despite encoAentrado. caomisnad sobre 1gu I d otar Sio e Inustris


rar quo lastroparridoentrels guarnicions y en contra del F rir c tar do ta dut ega* nis "autopa, el l crimEn Con easpecto a est crime alleriu antel do ana a Banco A
raron qe as troas dos enre a guar on nonra del Fal ero dcretario de Estado Adjunto Ed- ue cometido pr una perso- encuentran detenidas c inc oa ley y e pr tanto incono- P arie nusral en su
as-.e etn retirando de peruanas y ecuatorianas. del Segundo Tribunal de' gus- Ard Miller J., est preparanrlo na de gran fuerza, quien apre- ersonas que venian detri de tuional Si6n regular semanal.
ones avanzadas cerca tcia, Licenclado J. M. VA ez una declaraci6n en relacio n c an t o el cuello en tal formal al in- teg lbando y entire quit El articulo 43 de ea Ley 39 de esta intereado en presentar al
rera ecuatoriana al Los nformanted del Ministe- eea n *Fe a Pas ms A ot fortunado Ortega, qu no olo nes se cree stE el criminal 149 sabre Elecciones Popularnc A reao n p n
t o quo anunclaban rio de Defensa dijeron que n fotunado Otega, qu dino solo es cree est el crice 10 siguiente: O r anco Agrupecuarlo un plan d
xW eada de los ob- me han producido nuevos "ata- "Los partldos politicos orga- reforms con el props lto do
ores mliares de los cua- ques" peruanos a las guarni- A nizados e inscritos desputs de ayudealfomentoindustral
Sarantes del Protoco- cones ecuatoariana y que deade l vin ncia d!aize a ci esta ley presenta- la Repltblica.
e Janero. los puestos de obervacl6n rn al Jurado National de FILeC- El nuevo plan de reforms
as s citsadas manife- fronterizo se ha decublerto" acions una n6mina de tres can- sra presentado al Banco Agro
los observadores mi- "un intenso moviadlento" de didatos pars principal y de sc Pecuario pr intermedio del se-
di Argentina, Brasts, tropas peruanas dead sus po.l- para suplentd ea a fin de e e- foieat Dulcidio Gonzplez, repre
y .1stados Unidos Ilega- clones avanzaduas en lIa region Pta entidad des a fine entire os sent-teor Dulcid iato Gantz di-
para visitar Ia re- de Zumba hacia la retaguardia. f eoa cradie1e (1 e s las personas que deben repr.- cha in titus6n.

eden perderse las cosechas Volvern manana a classes los

CLiba per falta de brazes No so trataron Los com istas acusan alas ElFiscal2o. pide amno del Artes y Oicios
de robarle -s--o el slreseimiento alumnus del Artes y.

orma don A. Moreno G. dieronber l fues erzas de la ONU de violar d juli Guerrae., segun arreglo que han hecho
e Ia. El Fiscal Segundo, del -
ptimera vez fue enviado a Panama cargamento neutral dad de la cudad nier Distrito Judicial Licenciado En una reunion celebrada rn ni6n salleron satisfechos de ls
de 0 novillos 18 yeguas y 4 cabals Debido a los muchos olpes que a aaCarlos A. Lopez ha pedido al mafiana de hy entire el Se- conclusions a que se leg6 eats
de 30 novills 18 yeguas 4 calos reclera el sabado en a madru- o tribunal Superior de Justici cretario del Ministerio de Edu- mafiana.
lmera ve on la his- Colba, fue enviado a Panam Calle Ercaste dB su rldencia en TOKIO, agosto 20 (UP)-Las Naciones Unidas negaron sobreseimiento prvisional a a caci6n, Lic. Ivan Zfilga altos
Penal d n cargamento de trenta no- varie sujets tratron de robar- las acusaciones comunistas deo haber violado la neutralidad vorquienfue usiado deGura- ionarlos del lRamo e y comi-rtes Veinte muertos y
vsllo gordos, 18 yeuas 7 cua- le, se encuentra hospitalizada en de Keesong y sugirieron que "un grupo de civiles guiados her dado muerte al menor Car- y Oficios se acord6 que los
tropcobRaluosfin" ,eun in- el'Hospital Santo Tomis 1emoo- I0s Tapia en las inmediacio;,es alumnos retornarian a case
form en I mafsana de ho y e ra Tomasa Alvarado, de 82 safie por politicos" habla emboscado a una patrulla roja con la d Plaza Sn Ana, mafana y re er Ministerio de
ci, don Armando e Moreno y a- de edad, de acuertlo con declara- speranza de acabar con Ias oonferencias del arntlio. rante los disturbios que ocurrie- Educaci6n presentark un De-
U V a su regreso del penal. I f, p I t.o, aI Hrs antes, iT subcomrit quo estudia l estsblelmioen- r en en esa capital duran~ el cret Ly en el cual se consi- tallar un
Y d Observo .1lmenelonado fun-t aae K_______n cla des do mayo. derari el statusu" de los oes
elonarlo, quo hce varlos un- to de Ia zona neutral on Corea as rouni6 n Kasong on I& El Fiscal basa su solicitud en de taller y asistentes, como
I Coonia era una car a Un espectaculo de esperanza do terminal con l estancamiento quo puede pro- .varlos hechos entire los cu.. embryos del rnal docente SINGAPU. Agtoa 0 UP) -
a sostenera qpr a e miasm, m Y vocar el fracaso de la confoerenoia. que, mientras se le ocup6 a Ju- aEste decreto, se un se scordo tas, y 20 heridas y otras 10
20. ( e). us shor& esti n condo c granee lo Guerra en el moment de on Ia reuzid6n. seo discutido en saparecidd par Ia explosion
d CAelrta, cer- evnder msum product. Agro Sina embargo, lua esperanzas Unidas, lleg6 a Toklo con el la detencidon un revolver call- el Artes el pr6xlmo jueves. In un buque tante de once Ui
l de g6 que en Celba hay merca de B de un armisticlo se han hecho Ma.or General Laurence C. bre 32 el protocol de autopia El Secretalo d Educacn neladas.
"In Rose n ocholentos neilesY mis de elB lloremoetas cI acusar la radio reI Craigie, otro miembro de I Ladicana que Ia herida haba manifeat6 que e ste es un pr'- Los pri
Sa@lS In- i riea.lentog ciballas y yeu.as. Pekin a la. Naciones Unldas do delegacl6n all.da, pare co fe- sidb produced por una m!a blems viejo, quo ae circus scri que todos los muertosa qu
JIn, r' el Can respect a la agrncultu- Bajo los ausplets de la So- haber violado "premedltada- renclar con e, General Rldg- pa.,bd p..o.. una .. al hec.ho do que i L.y vrgand- quotodo., los .uerton ud..
: el cameral. ra, mmanfest6 quo so esprsa un. cledad Musical Daleel se pre- monte, la. ueutralidad de Kae- w .a.u ,l.arel6n formulada per una ca no dice por neinguna par eden La Policia emta drarnando
a Con cele sm. R po, o seche a de 300 qulatmles. e sent an che en 51 Teatro Na- song p advertrlr que la delega- I _nu nc,. echo pr I aa araon a ue fuo herida en u a Jo.es do Taller. y ast~os loutd rL.ar cerca a ea plant s de pe
aqu el galkt to- Arrom, Ia coil puede porderse clonal Is ballarlp. ladi Mrina- c6n comntlata tonla 'todo el Macones Unidas dice que a in-p .,uoa qurdo, u~. ... a .e . r destituldos por cu. .~u.e .to do I a Shell buscan,
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olizado lI suministro de petr61eq Iranio contrate individual. Finolmente, Ir6n no acepto la idea
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LA IMPORTANCIA CONTINENTAL DEL CON-

SEJO INTERAMERICANO ECONOMIC
Y SOCIAL

Hoy se inaugura solemnemente en el Paranin-
fo de la Universidad de Panami la segunda confe-
rencia extraordinaria del Consejo Interamericano
Econ6mico y Social de la Organ-zaci6n de Estados
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For Ray Falk
(NANA)
TOKIO, agosto 20. (EPS). -
Quienes son estos emisarlos del
Japon? Quidnes son estos hom-
orecltos de levitas y pantalo-
nes a rayas que se presentan
ahor a ante las candilejas,
mientras los decanos del cuer-
po diplomrtico del mundo en-
tero se desvanecen en el se-
gundo piano?
Son los embaladores del Em-
perador Hirohito, que van a los



El Centre P;

De Fiebr
Por I Drs. Beni


Americanos. LOS problems que seran scutiuouusn ce" n Bod.ig.. .. .
esta asamblea han sido debidamente mencionados y Ram6n odrtguez T.
en la agenda de la conferencia y, a no dudarlo, son
de gran importancia para todas las Repdblicas de Las Repiblicas americanas Janeiro. El terreno ya cuenta
nuestro Continente. han unido sus esfuerzos y es- con edificios que podran ser a-
tan dando los pass necesarios daptados como laboratories y o-
en el. curs de estos para resolver el problema co- ficinas, aunque algo limitados,
Muy ficil sera advertir en el. curso de estS min que represent la fiebre para las actividades inmediatas.
f dias lo interesante que contiene el trabajo de la aftosa, enfermedad que intere- El Gobierno del Brasil ha con-
o n esdestacar aui s a todos sus gobiernos par venido en construir edificios a-
conferencia. No es necesario, pues, destacar aqui constituir una grave amenaza dicionales, de character perma-
en detalles las cuestiones fundamentals del tema- para los paises de las Amnricas. nente, alrededor de los ya exis
Con este prop6sito se estr tentes. Los plans incluyen ins-
rio, el cual, seguramente, sera tratado satisfacto- creando el Centro Panamerica- talaciones de bastante magnitude,
riamente en vista de la magnifica colaboraci6n que no de Fiebre Aftosa que cuenta inclusive establbs adecuados pa-
enee et ha d p con la participacion de los ra mantener completamente
en ese sentido han de prestar las Delegaciones de veintiun gobiernos, y que sera aislados 200 cabezas de gana-
ID los veintin passes del Continente, a las cuales "El el primer en las Americas de- do destinado a studios de la-
sveintim p ses de on inen a su atia dicado, en escala continental, boratorio. Tambidn se han to-
S Panama-America" saluda con singular simpatia a la lucha contra una enterme- mado medidas par ala rigurosa
deseandoles una fructifera labor y una grata per- dad en los animals. cuarentena del ganado que se
La fiebre aftosa. (a veces Ila- recibe, a fin de que los animals
manencia entire nosotros. mada "glosopeda"), es una de sanos puedan llenar los requisi-
las infecciones mas temidas par tos de laboratorlo.
En este editorial s6lo quieremos senalar, en ter- ia industrial animal. Causada Los nuevos laboratories serin
S par un virus filtrado, es extre- completes en todos los sentidos.
S illeos generals, la necesidad de que los estadis- madamente contagiosa y tiene Se proveeran comedores para los
U. tas de America hagan todo lo possible por robus- la misma facultad de provaga- tdcnicos y demas personal, tan-
, tcer el funcionamiento del Consejo Interamerica- ci6n que la viruela a la influen- to dentro como fuera de los e-
za en el hombre. La tasa de dificios de aislamiento, asi como
tno Econ6mico y Social, el cual, a la luz de la mortalidad varia entire el 5 y el lugares especiales para que las
' Carta Constitutiva de la Organizaci6n de Esta- 50 pr ciento. Pero la enferme- los edificios puedan cambiarse
do. Americanos, esta llamado a realizar un eleva- fatalidad que ocasiona en ani- completamente de ropa y rega-
do cometido en beneficio de todos y cada uno de males, sino porque deja a sus deras para que puedan bafiarse.
do cometido en beneficio de todos y cada uno de victims en condicidn debilita- Se eliminaran todos los desper-
S los pueblos del hemisferio. da e improductiva. Las leso- diclos nocivos mediante plants
nes de las patas hacen que el adecuadas e incineradores ubi-
Es urgente que se comprenda a cabalidad la animal se vuela cojo. 3 las le- cados dentro de la zona de cua-
I stones de la'mucosa bucal dcll- rentena.
importancia continernal de este Consejo en lo que cultah su alimentaci6n. AdemAs Ademis del terreno y edificlos,
S tiene de basico para el desenvolvimiento de las ac- de esto, frecuentemente ecta el pals, hu dospe sumintrar
las ubres de las vacas lecheras. servlos, trabajadores naciona-
tivid:.,des economicas y sociales de America. Es incalculable la pirdida que les y los servicios de agua, gas
I ocasiona por la disminucldh de Y electricidad. El cost del e-
Como es sabido, el Consejo Interamericano Eco- care y leche, ambas tan im- quipo cientifco serA sufragado
n6mico y Social es uno de los tres 6rganos del Con- prtns ses huanla nutr l into como el sueldo del personal in-
sejo Directivo de la OEA, el cual, junto con o10 st bien la fiebre aftosa es un ternacional que inclurit diez
problema economico de gran profesionales v tres administra-
otros dos,--el de Jurisconsultos y el Cultural,- man a n la presence' dores.DEL
Constitute el 'cuerpo de 4sesores del gran organis- de esta enfermedad en anima- CENTRO
o continental. les afecta gravemente la salud y CENTR
ho continental* el bienestar del hombre. El Centro estara en condiclo-
Para comprender mejor el funcionamiento de A fines de 1950 despubs de re- nee de facilitar cuatro cases de
estc Consejo es convenient insertar los articulos cibir Una solicitud de la Orga- serviclos: diagn6stico, consult
este Consejo es convenient insertar los articulos dol tpactica. adiestramento e in-
n Gaci6n de los Estados Amer- pr-ctica, adiestramiento in-
de la Carta que se refieren a el y que define su cans para que desarrolle un vestigacin. Estos servicios es-
poscidin dentro del sistemia international america- proyecto contra is fiebre aftosa, taran a Is disposici6n de los'
pos;ci6n dentro del sistema international america- pro ranibraen ma gobiernos participants, quie-
Is Oficina Sanitaria Panameri- gobiernos panticipantes, quae-
no. El Art. 63 dice asi: "El Consejo Interamerica- cana presrnt6 un plan pars el nes podrim solicitarlos en cual-
no Econ6mico y Social tiene como finalidad prin- tabeciientoa do un ntra e uer ma mentico. adecu
Fiebre Aftosa. Dicho plan fue Diagn6stico. El adecuado
cipal promover el bienestar econ6mico y social de aceptado y actualmente se esta lagnostico s ave e toa
o psufragando el programB con program de control de la fie-
los passes americanos, ediante a cooeraci6n efe- fondos de la Asistencia Tcnica ore alosa ya sea aue el pro-
S tiva entire ellos para el mejor aprovechamiento de de la OEA. A pesar de que la grain est destinado a evitar
ur rs t a ,u e r o g o ei OSP esta encargada de la parte la propagacidn de la enferme-
sus recursos naturales, su desarrollo agricola e in- tnica y administrative del dad a n terrtoo nuevo.
4 dustrial y la elevaci6n del nivel de vida de sus pue- pmronrma. el mismo es copatro- nado a combatiadas seode
.eaer do par el Instituto Inter- nas ya afectadas. El servicio de
blo-." De igual manera es absolutamente necesario Iodeiencas Aricols. diagn6stico que el Centro prb-
veerA sera particularmente va-
llainar la atencion acerca del contenido trascenden- SEDE lioso para aquellos paises que
tal del articulo 26 de la misma Carta, el cua. por no.op une sede eptasa docho en la actualidad no cuentan
1 con facilidades para distinguir
si s6lo explica su importancia: "Si la economic de c.n:ro i-1 autoridades de la A- entire la fiebre aftosa v otras
-1., roin 'rienica optaron Dor a- enfomedadea vesiculares. a Gis-
S un Estado Americano se viera afectada por situa- etar la d Bras coma m nfeedadeves es ds
cones graves que no pudiesen ser satisfactoria- apropiada v convenient. Dicha tinguir entree los vari s tipos
mente resueltas por su exclusive y 6nico esfuerzo, sede consistL en u2 hedtarease Centro serviru tamb6an como
punt de referencia para el
dicho Estado podra plantear sus problems econ6- Bento a uno u25 kalmetros d diagn6stico, y r acilitara el in-
micos al Consejo Interamericano Econ6mico y So- noreste de a cudad e at re dag-
n6stico entre laboratories.
cial, a fin de buscar, mediante consult, la solu- Consuita riactica.- se pro-
ci6n Mis adecuada de tales problemss" J am ones eer esta case de servicio en
Seguramente, debido a los grandes aconteci- m p o r a d el control de la fiebreaftosa,
inclusive aspects como los pro-
inientos politicos de los ltimos anos este Consejo cedimientos v administraci6n
iento politico de lo u os aos, ese necesarlos para la aplicacion
pjarece que no ha podido recibir el impulso que ne- KRAKUS de una eficaz cuarentena. ya
cevita para su funcionamiento integral. Pero ya sea local, national o interna-
DREWS clonal: la administraci6n de
es tiempo que se piense seriamente en inyectarle D WS campaias de control: la pro-
aucci6n de vacunat y las tpero-
mayor vida para que se obtengan sus beneficios los ofrece: ducas6n de vaiunzasy asi cnom
en el campo econ6mico y social del Continente. I los studios enlzootiol6gicos so-
Sr, COMISARIATO bre la naturateza y alcance de
iCon motive de esta conferencia, "El Panamia-' la infection en una zona dada.
America" aprovecha la oportunidad para reiterar TAGAROPULOS diestramin'dennto: Una funci
su devoci6n y su fe en la causa del panamericanis- Tel. 1000 Col6n. cibir profesionales de todoa los
raises de las Amdricas. qulenes
mo, esa concepcin felizmente lograda por la ge- REPARTO A DOMICILIO podrin tomar cursos especiales
nialidad del pensamiento americano y que tanto ras a ia Paasna 6. Loi. I)


nos prestigia en el concerto mundial de los
blos cultos.
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Ministro Ji


que firmaii
Estados Unidos para firmar el
tratado de'. paz con el Jap6n,
para borrar la rendicl6n fir-
mada a abordo del ,acorazado
"Missouri" hace seis anos en
la bahia de Tol:io.
Al frente de la delegacl6n
se encuentra el primer minis-
trQ japonds Shigeru Yoshida,
un gnomo enfermizo y testaru-
do que ha tenido diferenclas
con el cuartel general de las
fuerzas de ocupaci6n, pero en
conjjnto ha cooperado con los
generals Douglas MacArthur y



anamericano.

e Aftosa
iamin D. Blood


aponis encabezar6 la

a el Tratado de Paz
MaLlth:w Ridgway. Washingpon d .ttinsa inalstien-
A diterencia de sus predece- do oen. q4a0 l Japon no debs
sores de la postguerra, a quie- sastener elaeu comercia-
nes se conocia como los "pri- les con laO la compunlist5
meros ministros nochernlegos". entoncea puee sue Yoshida
Yoshida no ha temido expre- exija un preoto oastante alto
ear su opinion cuando ha crei- por continiar Jiolendole eljue-
do que el program de demo- go al Departamento de hsta-
cratizacion de las potencias de oo norteamerlcano.
ocupacl6n no le convenia a su En San Franeisco, su segunda
pais. Yoshida ama a su pais y hija, la senora Kazuco Azo, es-
el pueblo lo respeta por eso. posa- del propietarlo de una
El es el 480. gloaer mlnistro mini de oarb6n y qulen ha si-
i apones y ha estado 'en su ni n yquien h -
puesto durante mis tempo quo do anfitnrlt de au padre du-
naie mas. Las encuestas po- rantslos itlos fois, le ser-
puares si g ue demostrando v rs do seretaria privada y deo
que Yoshida tigne el sesents anfitrions e.traoficlal. La ma-
o el setenta por clento del dre de Kazuko muri6.hace va-
pueblo detras do 61. Cuando rioe afts Y, POCO despues de su
Yoshida fire el tratado de muerte. Yoshida trajo a su
paz, tendra el endoso de una hogaraUa t aor de hacia
mayoria del pueblo japon6s. cincuenta .,4Osa. Se trata de
aunque los politicos de la 0o0- Korin-san, na ballarina y can-
Mclon no respaldan su viaje a tora Japonesa que tue popular
los Estados Unidos. en au ePyot 7 con quien Yo-
Yoshida era un liberal desde shida habia ostenldo corres-
el punto de vista de los mill- pondencia durante toda su ca-
taristas. Fue encarcelado por rrera diplomAtica.
un breve period de tiemoo La prensa japonesa la ha I-
durante la segunda gu e r r a podado "fiDora del SAbado".
mundlal. Esto, dicen los cinicos, porque es qtuln Ie acompafia
es lo mejor que ha podido su- durante los fines de semana.
cederle, pues Ie caracterlzo co- Yoshida mismo se ha ganado
mo un "demOcrata" llsto para el remoquete de "Calcetines
prestar serviclos durante la o- Blancos" porque cuando des-
cupacidn; Yoshilda es un con- cansa usa siemDre el tradicio-
servador. El primer ministry se nal quimono negro y los cal-
muestra, enconado con los co- cetines blaneos de un andlano
rresponsales extranjeros que le caballero Japon6s retirado.
tildan de reaccionarlo. Mientraa dure, la conference
El se considers un caballero sobre el tratado de paz, Yoshi-
de la escuela britinlca. y a me- da no fumart sus gruesos ci-
nudo se preocupa mas por las garros. con objeto de culdar de,
critical que se le hagan en su delicads saliud. as como no
Londres que las que se le di-' mbletar a los diplomAticos a-
rijan en Washington. Fue em- liados, aegun ha declarado.
bajador ante la corte de San'
treinta.
Los acontecimientos que ban
lenido lugar en el continent
asiatico no han camblado su
fire creencia en que,el Jap6n
y la China tienen que soste-
ner relaciones comerciales y en
que pueden hecerlo, y que este
intercamblo de articulos puede
Ilevarse a cabo entire un r6gi-
men comunista y uno demo-
cratico. Les dice constantemen- Verdaderamente
te a sus visitantes que "los chi-
nos sop chinos primero y co- escalofriante
munistas desputs, y que tienen
una inclinaci6n natural al co- N GR ITO
merclo". UN GRITO
Los funclonarios norteameri- A "
cano se dan perfect cuenta EN LA OCHE
de la importancia que las ma-
terias primas chinas tienen pa- Pr6ximamente en a
ra el Japan. sl esta naclon ha P n ene o
de dejar de ser una carga Red Pn erc
para los contribuyentes norte-o ed M Panfam E
americanos. St, en el future.


RED

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3:30 Dei QuAker.
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3:45 Cuartote Maf .
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4:0 N1et0lero "Poeea"
cottesia de los almacenes
"Pereira"
4:15 Dedeatorias
5:45 D~reula, El Hombre
Vampiro
Dramatizacl6n.
6:40 Vibraloaes del eAir
Nacho Valdes
6:15 Sucesos de la humanidad
DZramatlzacl6n.
6:30 ha Novela Admiral
7 duacdo Amenales
cortebla de' la muebloia
Casa Sparton
6:45 us esanionoe preferilda
cortdla de Ia florlsterla
Valvan
7:00 Lchoe Azeirraga
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cortesia del Ron
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7:15 Laxos de Odio
dramatizacl6n ;cortesia
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7:30 PiLgias do Amer .
dramatizaci6n, cbrtesia de
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7:45 La V.' Emoaonal
de Beotty Williamson
cortealsa de Rhoda
18:1'! Dliari do una& MuJer
dramatizaclmn, cortesia
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8:15 s V r Baja
con Anita Villalaz,
cortesia de la muebleria
La Europea
8:30 Musica espafioldt
8:45 MIuaes, argentina
9: Muajrw','. entire Rtejsu
dramatlaci6on cortesia
d e li, as' Angelini
3:15 LA Wtrovadors romniatcos
do GOalante
*:36 El Hit Musical, de Hoy
9:45S Los fnamrieanos
10:00 Orandes. artlstas
10:15 Francia y su musica
10:30 Dramatiuaci6n BBC
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11:30 Musica alsin palabras
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LISTA OFFICIAL DE LA LOTERIA NATIONAL DE BENEFICENGIA
Nilmeros Enteros Premiados en el Sorte: Ord inari No. 1693,.del Doming,o 19 de Agote de 1951
El billete entero comprende 48 fracciones divididos en do& -ries de 324 fracclos eads tjuna ddomlnadas "A" y "yI


Premio Mayor

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Cuarenta y Ocho Balboas (B/.48.1W) eada uno.
Por billete entero se entlenden las 48 fracciones que componen las doa series "A" y "B"
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincla de PanamA, HOMERO VELASQUEZ. i
rE.- t1s60 Eli representante del Minlsterio de Hacienda y Tesoro, HUMBERTO PAREDES C.
Juan B. Nieto-Cidula No. 18-1322 M Notarlo Segundo del Circulto de PanamA PABLO A. PINEL
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t I or las aceon4s in- ta y cuatro classes de a
latrie, a s tean M4pertante nes q' erpermentaron aez
_uWu deulh ea w au jta o, luaes, nicoamente dos era
recTalca la p i q I la lista ferrlarita. Otre1
aumtlene elo cnpo de osIo- pertenecan a empnmea hd
vW, a pesar r e la *l ie lidad piblica/ Es obvio qi
que las ati roe public favorece a la de
oMehas n "'mlhatm 1 re.as painias In&stra.liSnA
eea decIsakaul. asin dudea que tlenean ma
s* &M glblco, g erspeOtras de obteMB 9W

ha. elaoeafpno l402arP dablemente debtda '-Aid-n
edae UlPe representa con cIenpuItos carga autoritado por Ia C
oteelS eD M et 40r, sidn de CoMerctoe lttresta
dio descendWi a 161.O. S I La boe s doe eoP
nuevA alza va a tener o *o Industrales,. que Mharn c
0n6i.e pkeMOoo re %p nado dos puntos- en jufr
corredow v w # ptblico, V repeou in 'pvo U
ha estado eaperando large ea julio, tcoasuir a
tirme ea UH tetjn edo en ago"to. seroX IpS it
firmeza, es Ow upo e east r suardofi per ls he1 4
WeMP. T '1weria a It&O jmaS o


esen-
cclo-
as el
m de
siebe
uti-
le el
com-
lendo
VWres
tian-
a de
indu-
uncle
s de
omi-,'
atal.
ones
lecli-
to y
gedio
lbido
e la
Uitl-


V YORK, agato, 10. 2.
manm
A I a5 del ha
S ume a. h >i te

d d 110 NIm,
r a etehtaW ,
amsinuto. _
horizontal ep de G me **.
r, el vertical de 12,000.

aiete a Mr Utso OMR-
tas, aeroplanos oue V uMMn
pran altura, y viene a aUme!n-
tr di annamento antaSre@
toe,. que ya cuenta cS ott
i es el tercer eaWl de
lfrtamclia que lnvent y Ifp-
Alat 4abdca Befotss 1
miU& guerra numdha "A
0 4 8son ao el esctn an l *.
'm400 nun.. que rue m *
36tenlt Oado por la Iu uM ii
Iaa. eon la guerra mundl. y
dLY


el de K a., iftde hacer
130 dIteM ZieUt.s el eual
puede sar tMdo por aero-
planos mpau lfcar barco nde
guermr. %
Los Kuea i i dto especial
atencl6n caifmtL l ha a tbrlea-
cl6n" de o splenos de propul-
lion a s d, uande que
su modde NIGi.O es tan bue-
no come o 1 R (F-86) nor-
teamericno 01 ruso lMIG-is.
Ate Upo do pmolas n Ms pro-
fdesldo h'a n fete subCerri-
deab, a pln a .ide bombs. en
Trl oaetla, tN el ote de Is
Drovlncia elo Othis, al sureste
die suietla.
La poduefl6n' de estas ar-
aos, JutMo con los modernos
eulpos de radar que Suecla
Mtta reclblto de los Estados
fnldos, ha amientado consl-
derablemen% au powderr mfll-
tir, cotra el #Ial tendrin que
iocar lo rue .. Intentaran
lanzaras sobm la lurops occi-
dental.


TEATRALERIAS a MrinaHni Sarabhai y ew ballet hindli en el Nacional


SAnothe ae presentaro Mrl-
nAlldnl Sarabhai y sm adrl-
mBt del Ballept Htindi en -
tr Mackto& I. A la -oeIlsG
Marital Dniel, cyo repoe~en-
tante en PantnaA e el Maestro
Herbert De Castro,-le debemos
4te xtraAo y tau o re-
Wa de arte. Qu(ta nalttwa
- tempelraments y nufstras e2ig
taras no se fallen cost -
st aIt gero de espeetheuio.
P tro re comprenden, se aintl-
Ila, su autdnttca fwerza, 16
M h le de au rail. Be tj6b
bemlalmos, esa calidad del mo;-
vimlnto de las manos y los
ple, 1L csl ausencts d. ma-
quillaje en los rostros de ellas
y ellos, la seguridad expresl-
vm -- m no s paee"w de
Ma Mtones enormes...- -
n y depertan eco en n
mw se&sibiladd.


uafan perturbando a los teihe-
dares, particelarmente euanto
me ttrat de instltuctones. Bobre
ete aspect, la circular de
qiosto de la firm.a Blair, Ro-
ItiMs & Co. cita "la visible re-
neencia de las Instltucioenes a
ajwstar sus rerteras a las ne-
celdasdes invronistas, o a
aprovechars e los frecuentes
cianblos que rlrstran los bo-
nes Indivtuales". Y luego die-
cute Is deftea ceuestitn de
0 pMu deba hacerse emando los
b sure: pIrd as e los

hi el Wai Street- ournal",
Fr. A. Kofamen"er moments lax
qperacons tde Ia Isoreria, ue
fataeiertas ,aetiidse. me-
diante bones a corto plas Cree
que "eventuaiamente eet. ne-
cesari o uiderar un metodo
nieum Inflacionnits, ofrectiedo
obligacilones a mayor plazo no
elegibles para inverslones ban-
catl"s pero uyos tmkUso seen
aceptables para los tondos par-
ticulares".


Lea "AE Avise Opirtuno"


La orqueste, colocada a la
izquierda dei eacenarlo sobre un
estrado, las coponen cinco ins-
trumentlsts -tuno de ellos al
proplo tempo cantor- lleva el
ritmo de las danzas: una es-
pecle de caraillo ofrece el
nldo agudb: nb falta el tarm-
tbr primitlvo y as complete el
conjunto con doe instruments
de cuerda, no de los cuales
ts de graTts tahos -hacia el
vlolonchelo-; otro con mayor
lirlsmo, mAs en tenor, que ase
acerca a la guttarra o tal vez
a la bandurrla. A no ser lo
contrario -eque es mis proba-
ble...-: nuestros inatrumen-
tis se aproximan a aquellos
hindies. Se dMna mon6tono,
durante los prineros minutes
de audicidn, et solndo: luego
se recogen s u finialmas call-
dades.
Mrinalial Barabhat e mara-
villosa: de una atractiva dul-
zura, de unai g raca ndescrip-
tible en su rostro, de una ex-
presivldad, en cads, uno de sus
movlmlentos inmarceslble. Las
manos de Mrinallni logran-mas
que hablar. La cancl6n en ho-
nor de Silva fue espl6ndida.
Y qu 6 prodigio el danzarin
Chatunni Panicker, sobre to-
do en "Manushya", el p6ema
del hombre. Las cinco esce-
nas alcanzan belless milagrosa.
-Sintonice y Escuche -
I-0


E5T


Mandamiento"


pr46xmnameute en I*


I-1ted PIUamrcana-


5Icatamos de reciLir

especial para iR egalos
Un wevO smrtido ...
LAMPARAS
para mesita de noche
en oeleste y rosadas
CRISTALERIA
final ea vrde de
copas para diferentes ues.
Por docenas.

Sdeo Pflata "Onelda"
T7Plateads,"Coa.tniftyl
jaweges de VASOS
en cajetas

o dsiriUo mrl lad o



axJdnais ofrecernos

para los suientes m .
de Is cocina.
SALEROS "Airko"
a prueba &e humedad
TINACOS Galvainigedes
rn S tamaAos
POTES pura lanAs
mon base ea mdferstea oam..e
y tamaflos ,
UQUIO para limoier Watioku
Si phina 'iGlm.wwVx
06m XT |pMr limpior m en i
AC(E1 VEGETAL "FWA e"'
rn dos anigmos.


BAZAR FRANrCES
BEUBTErMARW X CI S.
fl^^ppsl^^ steggl kf^ ^^


u *~


* .":-... -
~:- ~.


- ~ -~- -..--5 ---V.


* ~ -


MIm, cDn t MSMl
femenina; actia cQ
el resao. i f .


ta uncl exixt44 po un am-
b"1te -t0brlMai k poesia;
una cosa pure,, pln y tabu-
IV l1eoa B4t de ste
6rupo %ito be tu Irte, alA-
Jado de today concaldn al mal
gusto.
Lrafdez;au@Oi blt da
Musical Daviel t.te oV4
tan ensiluvo. La s a del NL-
ctns i estaba i t l er tI
el lanetarto- pot at abO b Ide
la colonla htndu. Peto penm-
mos que a lblt emias ewo-
currenclt de Mftatt et0604 y
de Ia Bona del G&tal. 0 91-
ptXGUculo mereoe, n r ftw ,
verse. ER de o10 8S i W O
Ir6 m ha trntide on A 4t R

Esta noche (e prbanta de'
nuevo rtnrinallAtl Sat&abhl cn
sus ballarine t desarrollan i lr
programs extraordinuto: In-
cluye la wata6n de un dramnt
de Rabindrsaah Tagore On IS
tecnlae de Manlpurl y ls cuna-
tro escensa de Ia Prlflcefa lez.


ROZADURAS


Ivite uiM latea |Prmvi.ear



BANDwITA"



S V VA M


PUAO .S CON rsabS
Y. IN&LAS




mwe. i. .a Im

y nLftJ. m 7.96

FAJAS VAN RAALTt
RoM y b7 "M ?. TUM:
~fmt. SM"HI 7 Ith
4.78 y 6.95

FAJA-PANTIE
fRos y Maes.
lartSCo cOta nlon.
Especial...5.95 y 7.95

PETICOTES paMra WAS
Blanc., rons, cleBte.
T'allas 4 al 14. ,
Especial...1.45 a 2.9S


BRA M$

196 mimRtie 8e 1Bmo.
btuskm A, 3 y C.
1.65 y 1.AS


COMPARE AHORA

(MOO T y IfA AYU


LA MAYOR. DEFENSE COLECTIVA
Es la quo proporciona con sus grand-s facilidades nuestre grand CLUB DE
MUEBLE6 Y MERCADERIA8. Milos do clintes estin folices, viven cmen.
damente y sin preooupaolones despu6s do habor tenido el aolarto do
suscribirse a east club quo entroga cuanto necesite al hioar *I primer
abono. Defienda sue interess y aprovoche hoy oft pertunidad pars
equipar su vivienda sin haoer mayor desembolso.


WR~ w ..I t of- qu.we
1951: mnq USiamB o d a d y l

SOLAMENTE M LE V
No. 121 MECADERIAS B CALIDAD.
ibos y S3
JUEB06 DX RUCANARA
No. 5- o a DmB OOaXDOB.
aldwin". JOO PRA OALA.
JUOOs DR LUvym.
No. 4-. MUIIL S PAA IOCINA.
o verde. MuVL$ SEU"BLTW.
on Cm 45 Seaaas : ,eog Ipa.
'eraguias ra Sak e P
LCOU SI
n o a- Radios, Refrgradoras. Lava-
is (Da- dords, MAquinas de CoGer,
cbch y MAquinas de seribir, Estufas
spuesto M n
6 coBn do Keros.en Ab ices, LAm-
wnte No. pare residenciales, Archiv-
ms ban- doros, Estufas para gas, Col.
1i 1 chones, UI61eos, A sfombru,
spring de Bicileotas do las mI a jeor e
a marcas.


Llanta y Satrias para
Cartes, Chivae y Trucks.
Roleje, rtas y tra prr*n.
dea do Joyerls y Platria.
Juos. doe CubMorte Va)"l.
CristalolW, Artiutes par re-

REPARAMOS RELOJEs Y
ARTICULO ODE JOYERiA.
Trabajes garantiados.
Cuauier a4re ticul. dead&
die babeas n adelante.
N. tn s u~aes n
agm--- yie-- daw-
aoparame. Rdis d
ousiqa ie mares.


Eatregass la mercaderia Wii eme do macriMiras, a- m a Iaw CM,
2 OPORTUNIDADES DE GANAR CON UN SOLO CLUB
Aaemrs del nomero que ltija RECALAMOS OTRO MN UtERO CON EL CUAL T
OPCtON A GANARSE. 1 Juegs doe Ssmwra Comdor stais q mu ko
nes SEMANALMMNTE a numres umsrptem.


CASA SPORT, S. A.


Macleria Fereeris Afea l i deo C-e
Joyeria y PftaM t Objetl para Ro
(AvM. Central Mo. 20) w9i s a k Lar a (Amuigua FwM at MAis)


S9 e6rito do nuaetr Club Ms u--i T ih *pa Uad. is M l


FILIAL: La Industrial Madrerae. 8. A. De p6aito0 de maderM. Atbrieas de Mde bHMN
Puertas. Ventanas. Mareos 7 Molduras psr conatstr i m do I
comerolo. 8e ejecuta cudiqulr trabaj dentro del rame .m f t is do
ros epecalizados y mMd de IS15 de esxpertienca.
one. Owlem.t e z irmsrrsis dagaimBm smar medq I IS. NM9


- i.. -


Socw favorecidos e n Agote 19, de I


SRA. CARMEN C. DE FACETE Ave. Central
-1 radio console, marca Sparton, de 7 ta
bandas. Ganado con 1 semana.
Sehor MARCIAL CAMPOS-Calle 2 de Enero
1 reloj de pulsera pars hombre marc "Bi
Ganado con 1 semana.
Sefiorita CYNTHIA FORBES--CUe 26 Oeste
1 mesa de extensl6n cromads y en plastic
con 4 sillla tapiadas del mnslmo color. O1
1 semana.
Sefora ILIDA F. DE JUSTINIANI-Calle V
No. 18-1 camsa individual de caoa taflada
colch6n y spring de resorts. Oanada c
manas.
Sefior ROGELIO C. DURANGO A.-Chepigan
rlin)-1 cama double de caoba con col
?ring de resortes y 1 juego para sala cor
e 5 piezas, barnlsado en cocobolo. Oan
semanas.
Sefiorita JOAQUINA SANCHEZ--Calle E tudia
130-1 radio marca "Westinghouse" de tr
dab. Ganado con 8 semanas.
Sefor JORGE CALAMA-Via B. Porram No. 1
cama double de madera con su colch6n y a
resorts, barnizada en Jspe naranJa. Oi
S semanas.
Seaoer ANSELMO BEDOYA-Calle Estudiante I
1 hebilla de oro para hombre, con IniciLd
nada con 8 semanas.
BSeior RIGOBERTO ESPINOSA-Ave. A No. S4
na en color celeste con colch6n y spring di
Ganads con 14 semanas.
Sefnor OSCAR ALVAREZ--Calle 19 Oeste No. 9
sa de extensida y 4 sillas tapisadss pars e
Todo barnizado en color jaspe .naranja. C
con 32 semanas.
Seaorita NORA YEARWOOD--Calle 17 Ouste 1
1 hebilla de oro, con iniciales. Ganada
semanas.
Seflorita MERCEDES REMON-Palttlla, No. 0'
dio marca "Zenith" de 3 bandas. GOanado
semanas.

LOS FELICITAMOS!



COMO NUESTRO CLUB NO I
OTRO. SUSCKIBASE.


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u V PAAMA AM3U9W^p DIARMO I


HORIZONTALES:
1-Golpear, movido con fuerza
7-Substancia que se extra de
semillas y races.
13-Pasmar de frio.
14-Color de caballos, Pl.
15-Hortaliza.
16-Mamifero carnicero.
18-Anotacion.
19-Aspirar con el olfato.
21-Ave domestic.
23-Peticion de Puxillo.
24-Membrana, Abv.
25---Estado de Venezuela.
27-Agrede, hostiga.
29-Audacias, atrevimientos.
33-Piedra muy dura.
34-Letra castellana.
'35-Animal parecido al ciervo.
36-Que no oausa dolores.
-38-Las belles son einco.
39-Golfo del octanlo Indico.
40-Uni6o Militar Espahola,
Inv.
41-Adverbio de lugar.
44-Quiera con amor.
45-Poseer.
48-Allmento para engordar
animals.
50-Capital europea.
52-Repetido, mosca venenosa.
53-Apremiar. dar prisa.
55-Adorno. ornamento.
57-Provincia de Fratcia.
58-.-Substncia one se pega a
los dientzs, Pl.
VERTICALES:
l-Dios de los licores.
2-Csldo espeso.
3 -'-Tinm de Ulises y de
Penelore.
4-Terminpci6n verbal.
5---Clumnia.
6-Metal preciosb.
7-Tenga fracases.


V


HOY ULTIMO DIAl
El resonante triunfo
dramaticol
L "LA MENTIRA DE
MENTIBAS"
S (Harriet Craig)
con Joan Crawford y
Wendell Corey

MANANA MARTES!
Estreno de una jocosa
comedia!
"I LAS AVENTURAS DE
JANNIE"
Adernms: La pelea del siglo
WALCOTT vs. CHARLES
Preclos Corrientes!

MIERCOLES!
ESTRENO ESPECIAL I
Larry Parks
S Birbara Hale, en
"Doctora, Tengo Flebre"
(Emergency Wedding)

DESDE JUEVES!
Mares de chistes! Olas de
catcajadas!... Original!...
r_ .* '' in"
toB^I'VMFP""'- ~ "'-W^ ''


.5
a.
I


8-Diosa de la aurora.
9-Perro.
10-Articulo Indeterminado.
11-Flor oriental.
12-Agarraderas.
17-Notas al final de los libros
20-Mensaje por medio de una
persona.
1)) A ltar


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


LA MEJOR PELICULA DE
TODOA LOS TIEMPOS!,


ARTURO DE CORDOVA
LETICIA PALMA
CARMEN MONTEJO

JUEVES! *
Almas y pasiones al desnudo
en una gran peliculal

"POR QUERER

A UNA MUJER"


LP.


RITA MACEDO
PEDRO ARMENDARIZ
TITO JUNCO

Cuando un hombre ama no se
detlene ante nada... Pero las
mujeres deflenden tambien lo
qua qui6rent...


w-AVISO OPORTUNO"

ES BARATO. Y EFECTIVO


--

-La Luerta fl;tricton


Institute De Nutriai6 De t AMrica y PanM"t

Minerales: Sodio, Potesio y Cloro


El sodio, potaslo y eclorO .ef
enrcuentran bajo la forma de
sales, en cantidades considcerm-
bles en el organtsmo pero no
,constituyen un problema en el
campo de la nutrlcl6n, por ,el
hecho de que todos los allmdit-
tos los contienen en suficlente
cantidad. Las sales de sodio a-
parecen en mayor concentra-
cl6n enh los flaldos del cuerpo,
mientras que las sales de pota-
slo me encuentran en los teji-
dos. Las dos classes de sales e-
parentemente no se intercam-
bian, y sl unas tienen prepcon-
derancia sobre las atras se rom-
pe el balance de los fliildos cz.U-
sando trastornos patol6gicos.
En general los alimentos anit-
males contienen suficiente clF-
ruro de sodio para las nectal-
ades ,dias risd el1 nraavinismoAt .e-


amues -ui oa gri U ran ai0u pe-
ro para los alirnmntos vegetalks
se neceslta agregar cantidaces
moderadas de sal comp suzede
con los animales herviboros que
la necesitan en mayor cantldad.
Esta necesidad es'debida a la
rran cantidad de notasito nre-


22-Altar. $a--" ----a- "V k-
sente en los vwetales; este mi-
26-Medida de peso. neral necesita sodio para es;a.-
27-Remueve la tierra. blecer el balance indispensable
28-Medida de peso, Abv. para el funcionamlento celaldr
30-Tener Intencion.
31-Anlarre. El acido clorlidrico del east&-
32-Sociedad Espafiola Socialis- mago es obtenido por las glIn-
ta, Inic. dulas de los clruros presestes
Sel en la sangre. Los cloruros son
34-Hace el amor. excretados narmalmente por la
37-Tnstituto Militer Argentino, cretados n rn es cantidaores,
Spero, estas disminuyen enorme-
3P,-La que causa algu, na cosa. mente cuand'o el consumo ordi-
41-Canoa india mexidana. narlo de clo:ruro se reduce.
42-Instrumento de tortura.
43-Adios. Se acostumbra recomendar co-
46--Demostrativo. mo minimo dit.riamente dos
47-Inculpados, procesados. gramos de c'oruro de sodio en
49-Rece. cllma templaJo. Cuando la per-
51-Articulo. Pl. dida de sal es aumentada por
54-Preposici611n Inseparable. exceso de t-ans')iracion comr.o
56-Dos consonantes. aquellos horibres que tienen
nue tra haioar e un ntinmedio an -


RED PANAMER!CAN/

tiene los

meiores prrIramas


biente de rmuy alta temperature
pierden grar canidad de soziio
por medio d ;l sudor siendo los
efeetos muy desa'radables.







JU EVES!
La pelicula laurea a con
Siete Premios por la Acade-
mia de Artes Cinematogrifl-
ca de Argentina!

Una producci6n extraordi-
naria, con una miisica ex-
quisita y un argument In-
superable!
'
AMELIA BENCE
ALBERTO CLOSAS
FRANCISCO DE PAULA
en -


"LA DANZA

DEL FUEGO"


JUEVES!
ESTRENO!


U


PUNTOS

IE VISTA
PROWUMA MUNICIPAL
4NTON, Agosto 18 (Correspon-
aal) Como Correaponsal de
este diarlo hice un4 campafia
en benefttcio del restablecimien-
to de la normalidad municipal.
Quise conseguir con esta cam-
pafia, que el Consejo Municipal
laboraa para el progress del
Distrito, dictando las leyes mu-
nicipalea Indispensables para la
buena march de la admmistra-
cl6n; que cesara et relajamiLn-
to en el manejo de la propled&,d
municipal; que todo fuera den-
tro del carril de la legalidad sin
abusos ni privilegips. Pero dcs-
graciadamcnte nada 'a cam-
blado, todo ha continuado lo
misnjo que antes. No se lian
dictado los Acuerdos Municipa-
les que reglamenten la yenta
de- lds terrenos municipals, y
en la Alcaldia se ha continuAdo
Vendlendo los solare sin que
ninguna ley vigente lo autorice
ya que el Acuerdo Municipal ,L:e
reglamento la venta de solares
municipales fud derogado al
crearse por mddio de una Icy
los Ayuntamientos Provinclale3
y de.alli que viniera una orde-
nanza que reglamente la venta
dc solares por licitacion pfibllca-
Al dictarse o promulgarse la
Constitucion del 46, fueron eii-
minados los Ayuntamientos Pro-
vinciales y volvimos al r6gimnen
Municipal reglamentadd por ell
Decreto Ley No. 27 de 31 de Ma-
yo de 1947 y es por eso que los
Consejos Municipales deben di.>-
tar sus Acuerdos de coformni-
dad con lo establecido por ee
Decreto Ley. El Concejo de kn-
ton dict6 la resolucl6n No. 2 de
7 de junio del 47 suspendlendo
la venta de solares hasta. tanto
el Concejo legislara al respect,
pero esa resolution no ha .ido
respetada por el senor Alcalde,
quien ha continuado vendiendo
tier.ras del Distrito 'son que co-
nozcamos en qwe disposici6n se
funda para ello. De igual mane-,
ra vamos sin que conozcar.nos
en que disposicio6n se funda pe-
ra ello. De igual manera vamos
en cuanto a contribuciones; no
se ha dictado ningfin Acucrdo
que sirva de guia al senior Tcso-
rero para el cobro de los im-
puestos y se estan guiando par
uno Ordenanza Provincial que
fu6 derogada como digo antes.
El concejo no ha legislado tam--
poco al respect y vemos Que
los impiestos son cobrados sin
autorizaclon alguna, imponien-
dose recargo a los contribuyen -
tes antes de vencers2 el mes
qne corresponde a ese impucAto
mensual.
Todo el mondo comentaointIu
niotiva la pacividad del Conce-
jo q' no se reuni ni ha dictado un
solo Aruerdo que acabe con la
anomalia que he anotado. 0-
j-la los sefiores Concejales reac-
clonen y cumplan con el d .'er
que les fu6 encomendado en be-
neficio de su distrito.


erdaderamente
escalofriante!

"UN GRITO
EN LA NOCHE"
Proximamente en la

Red Panamericana


TEATRO
CENTRAL


JUEVES!
ESTRENO!


"EL SECRET DE LA PELIRROJA"

A Rory redhead...an action-loving
towboy... and a sharpshooting
secret agent

Parmount Ptma '
OGLUNN IMOND
fOMOUMEN
WHONDA
FMINNG.


WASHINGTO*o AQeto 20 -
(EPS, Se p punclo te-
c.o por la .CpI3.a ._ nergia
Atomlca, pkreoe 40P.' a ngTre
humana contlt prInclpio
actlvo que ea. ,hnIto pa1(ial
cuntra las hrldti.tausadas por
la radiacl6n.
Esto se despuende de'las pri,.-
Las que se han .yenido realida--
ao en el New England Peaco-
nefs Hospital, enla Icaludad ae
Boston. I : -- '
En estos experlmentos, ra'.as
dc la misma espeole fueron
convertldas en "lernaanos -,ia-
ineses". Sus cuerpoa fueron u-
nidos de modo que la sangre re
una corrlera por ej stema ir-
culatorlo de l1 otra- Lvueg am-
bos animals' fueron sujetos a
una radiacidn normalmente fa-
tal. El cuerpo de una fU6 pio'-
iegido medlante capas especi'-
iES de plomo. La otra fue jdeca-
que dos animals unidos en cs-
ta forma intercamnllah el cca-
tro por clento' de su sangre ca-
da hora.


La rata no protegida logr6 so-
brevivir a los efectos de una
iadiaci6n ,el double de la nor-
malmente fatal. El animal pro-
tegido no sufiro daflo algnr.c,
como se esperaba.
La inlca explicaci6n de estc,
se indica, es que el primero fa6

Planeta que pueda

servir de escalon

prepare Inglaterra

LONDRES, agosto 20. (UP).
- Los hombres de ciencia bri-
tanicos estan preparando los
planes para lanzar al espacio
un planet artificial que pue-
da servir de escalafon para
los Vuelos a- la Luna, y un.
dirigente de la Socidad Inter-
planetaria brltanica dljo que
esto pudiera lograrse en diez
afios. Expllc6 que el planet
pudiera ser "anclado" en el es-
pacio, aprovechando las mis-
mas fuerzas cosmicas que man-
tienen a la Tierra separada de
la Luna.
Manlfestd el informant que
si las naciones consagraran a
los viajes interplanetarios la
.misma cantidad de tempo, di-
nero y energies que al perfec-
cionameinto de la bomba ato-
mica, el vuelo a la Luna podria
haverse en el plazo de 25 afios.
Agreg6 que los planes para
el vuelo a la Luna y otras
cuestiones del viaje interpla-
netarlo se discurtian en Lon-
dres a partir del tres de sep-
tiembre, en que se inaugura el
Segundo Congreso Intriacio-
nal de Astroniutlca.



TROPICAL

MAFRANA!
La historic de trece
soldados heroicos!


"LA


PATRULLA


DE


BATAAN"
ROBERT TAYLOR
THOMAS MITCHELL
LLOYD NOLAN
Nor


Sy MAR'ANA!
I T La De~lipula


I


que es la sensaclon de la
temporada!! !
NINI MARSHALL
JOAQUIN PARDAVE, en

UNA GALLEGA

BAILA MAMBO

... COMIENZA
J U EVES!

Una pelicula Diferentel
Tan encantadora como la
ingenuidad... La rebeldia
y I tibelleza de una m u-
chacha que no sabia qu#
61 amor...
R1 ITA ARENAS
DOWrNGO SOLERR
Cfhti f'l Moet"umma
": n -


3saIguRA suultajnil
d I MUe existian en Ml
Smal 'protegida. Eu
d I pIgC16or diversas ro-
ps.*Umo principio e-
.ft s gre del otro, ps-
ro dnte para coniLra-
iT . r ibctps de Ia radia-
& lOn- t h lJ^ aIos manguinco .
dUn o~l6n saimUar es a-
Samtm',w experimentbsa
CntW. M .- renters, realla-,
.i" c ratorlo de la Co-
Ia_ rgia At6mic eno
l& wf m de Chicago. en
ldOn ut0lizado embrlo-
l do .t animals Has-
ta Ri to no se ha id.n-




en escala aduy pequefia, y por.
1 tanto I na protecciondesarcrj-
Laa heontia ella ones por curpo
es inflnltaiente pequefia.
St el prinpiplo activo de que
hablamos ll- ara a sera aisla-
C.o. sefuramente seria de g:'an
valor para oentrarrestar los t-
fectoa de ila 'adiaci6n at6inica.
4. ____


M t tC0 LE S
IA IATINO!

S Bella, inbitante y *en todo
61 splendor de su hermo-
,sa juventud, la populari-
sima eatrella
1MYRTHA
LEGRAN-D


r"... yc9ARn


J'


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ULEY*


-I.


TEATRO LUX =
3:I 4:M *aWk^ m. ..
CUAL EMARLA MiNiRA 4.


Jan
CRAWFORD


"MENTII
- I ,,-i.. .


CENTRAL
"Luz en Los Tinieblas"
UN POEMA AL AMOR Y AL
HEROISMOI


Arthur Kennedy -
Se reconiaenda a to


Brilla comO nunea en la
archimorrocotuda comedta

ESPOSA

ULTIMO MODEL
con "
ANGEL MAGARA
Otro exitazo argentino para'la
gente refinada y de buen
guatol

D ESDE EL
JUE VE S
Una heroic pAgina de Jt
guerra submarlnas I


ICOSATI A
SANU .Y,.
FUEGO I
LA UlETM


ml


-a,'


_TEATRQ IIS

,. B'ESADAY
Victor M I eaUnAM. on
BE IA


PACIF1CI
a vugw 10-


B Et-LA VfI
UN EMOCIONANT
DRAMA DEL
"ANGEL QE
VENGANZA"


Wendll
COREY.

IitAS


TA


r, I. PULKEUY.a
.7.LtV I


TE A T R0 -CEC ECI LIA
LA PELEA DEL. AiQO0
WALCOTT vs. CHARLES
Adema. -
"A CAZA DR E.MOCIONMS :
"MARINEROS EN AcA $U qa

TROPICAL V| V AAwm
El drama sUapowna der aftol lta gu y 100 VO{ ua-


.. El tenia que e'coagr -en-
tre la vida de un bhombre..
o el honor de una' mujer...

"EL OJO DELATOR"
(EYE, W fNES>y
con Robert Mantgomery


TEATRO ENCA'TO
DOBLE EN CASTILLANOI
Marga ez obefo
"NEGRO ES MI COLOR"
L demAs: .
Loonra Amar. an


TEATRO T/VOL_
DOUBLE N xSPAMOLt
"Amaa par. en
Esther reniEn&O. en
-"PASION DE SUESOS"


TrATRO EDIsoN
Errol Flynn, elA
"KM DE JA INIA"
Loretta tohng, en .
"LA CARTA DELAORA


EI^^^^R Pedto IWtJW



"LAS MVJERE1
M4J GFLDAI":


U


TEATR C-J l
Mel Ferrer '
MiroslIva. en '
"TOROS BRAVOS"-
Adema:
Douglas Kenndy, enr.
"CADKNA DLOS


TEATRAO VAWORIA
Sather ornriode,
"FLON DR ANGrE"
Adems: -
Fernando Soler, en
-r. carr- LA_


.e s p Ae No
Chachita, en
"LA ItA DE LA OTRAIb
Vietor Junco. en
"MUJEX'de MEDIANOCHE


VISTERAo40SA
Nocwm D BACOI
I Gne Timrney, n
"Camdo y con De Segras
" -)) A


SiEAL,
AtJ&t
IK-B~t-


bm~~l


4POtCO
*AGUwTsAnd&


"zm .u ,_uu^ 'tM


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- CRUCIGRAMA -


S-I HOY!-

LU X "EN LA PALMA
Aire-Acondicionado I I l MANN "


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mSI. AGOSTO 2. .1954


*'' -- paw 'in* qIIu mercbm i


Sp~ ta n reciben.
.Iw ,,- m. A I


Telfeone 3-160

cepelon an el Hotel
1 EPresidente de la Delega-
)i6n de Panama a la isegunda
eald6n Extraordlnaria del Oon-
solo Interamerlcano, Economico
IWWc aide los Etados Ame-
r1anos, 6. elMnAlgto de Ha-
STesoror i
up ouls y aietiiO aQa'P. te
O18 ofreera ls 20 de
Agosto a la&.80 p 1:, el a-
16 Balbop del Ho El IPana-
m3, una eaplenaid 'recepclin
Sen honor de Io Velegacines.
Pars eata recipe' ban circu-
lado invltacionr .
Comida
8.E. el Minlat-ie Gaoebierno
y Juaticla, LiOMlaben Migel
'Angel Ord6ofez y ,ftOra dofAs
Raquel U. de Ord6fler, ofrecle-
ron el viernes ent e Hotel Co-
lonsl m la ,at h liqtima en
cele iT sh de mTveiario de
asu tarimoplo.. .
jAg- jdo -

en Nlc .o0, t don a-
lnpArrbca raeO, fu6 asa-
Jate anoche pot 4 u de
Nu% umsta tde con Ltt'd e u
o6ximo valaje ra Mna"na, Ni-
1 ~rsgua. t. ** *.:


Pa pawe su eusfe







Angl ace mes un en
aplica con una mota.
' much m, que los p
6 angelicale ;


( uC ci 61 Juctu


SEL PANAMA-AMERICA
BIrA: S;-:0 a :190 a.a.


El Dr. Eduardo A& Chiarl Jr.
y aeaora Dora Eatripeaut de
Ciari ofrecron el viernes en
su residence una elegnte, co-
mlda on honor doel ,aor Ro-
berto do -a Guardia,jy eenora
Isabel de de la ouardji qule-
naes pagan una temlorada de
vacactones on la ciudadWvlitan-
do a1 sUa familiares~
T6
Paa apsajar a la seorsa
Margot Cla quion proeedenie
do Nleva York pass una tern-
poanda on la capital vtoltaido
a usa hermeanosel lsefior Hora-
clo E. Clare, Jr. y sefiora Olga
QujJano de Glare,. un numero-
so ruOde sus amistades ofre-
cern esta tarde un tW en el
Club Uni6n.
Alauenrso ea Panami
Un grupp de amsigr de las
sefipra Da oyd de Eleta y
Ana de la OArdia,, so reunie-
ron hay eln iM1 1 El Panama,
y las. agaphsaron icon un al-
mperzo con motLvo de au prd-
ximo viaje a los Estados Uni-
dos.
Despedida de Soltorog.
El Sr. Ruben Darfo Aroseme-
na y seflora' cdna Calve de
Arosemena ofrecieron anoche en


Ideal para llevarlo consigo.
SNo se derrama en la bolsa,
no mancha la ropa.


canto. Se
Y dura
PolvOL


matics. Una twota eA coda caja.


Apartad 13M


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SCOmANISMO CON LA =
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t en MeUico. La lucha estA


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r-rtates del muin

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QUe AMWEA-
AS COS"WAS.
ODOR.





s,prenfts y
mientm mus
do.


*W. MANAMA PD OIARIO


La OI Ewn i*k mpuWl di Correos


Ig almpllau de cores de Is I Nadetas i~WIis) seran
tu a ventsa dua .1 0to de 1951, y s a par
frumque tsdea o sI i hb a Muve d nal h l de ia
ONU. Un acserdo firads roeleaent eat. Ia ONU y lO Iutados
Unido autoris a tI upft aa l m Iudlal a $lue s propla
oftllna do correas y7 a eola sampillaa de ourees d so diselo.

capital el aefior/Carloa Oscar Agaajo
Bleberach. Presdntamos nues-
tras sentidas frases de condo- Con motive de celebrar h'y
lencia a sus numerous deudos, hu cumpleaflos, o0 familiares de
muy especialmente a su her- I. Srta. LeovlUda Villavicenclo
mano .el Dr. Carlos Vicente Bie.- le darin un agasajo 6ata tarde
berach, Magistrado de la Cor- a las 6:00 en su residencia en
te Suprema de Justicla. San Francisco do la Caleta. De-
seamos a la Srta. Villavicenclo
Abandon6 el Hospital que cumpla muchos aflos xnms
Abandon la Maternidad del rodeada del carifio de los suyos.
Hospital Santo TomAs acompa- -
nada de su hermosa recidn na- Nacimlento
cida, la sefiora Rublia Varela de
Guardia. Una vez mia felicita- El hogar de los j6venes es-
mos a los dichosOs padres posos Robert H. Emery y dofia
Gennoveva Centela de Emery.


el Jardin 1t Rancho una co.
mida en honor de la seftorita
Blanca Visques y el sehfor Joa-
quin F. Franco Jr., como despe-
dida de -ms vidas de solteros,
siendb ademis invitados un
grupo de aso amistades.

La efhora 'Teresita Angelini
de Vizcaya y la sefiora Cecilia
Mendez de Valdds, ofrecen esta
tarde en ia renodoncia de Ia se-
flora de Vizcaya un t6 para a-
asajara la sflorita Blanca
Vasques, con motivo de su pr6-
ximo matrimonio con el Dr.
Joaquin F. Franco Jr.
Expostel6n de Flores
Hoy lunes 20 de Agosto ten-
dra lugar en el YMCA de Bal-
boa una bellisima Exposicl6n dle
Flores, que estara ablerta des-
deolas 4.00 p.m. a las 10.30 pin.
Cada alumna de la clase que
dirlge la conocida sefiora Pat
Morgan, deberi presentar tree
arreglos: 1-Un arreglo de f lo-
res. 2-Un arreglo de frutas y
vegetables; 3-Un arreglo ex6ti-
co. Opcional sera un arreglo de
plants. T6 y ponche sera ser-
vido de 4.00 a 6.00 pm.
Dimijngu'los viaofros
Nuati! gcodial aludo de blen-
venda al selor .Edward 0. Mi-
ller, Sub-becretarlo de Estido
de o10 Estados Unidos, quien
lleg6 de Miami en la mafana
de hoy, pars asistir a la Be-
gunda Reunion Extraorainaria
del C on s e' o InteramericancI
Econdmico y Social que se inau-
gura hoy. i jii
Nos es placentero saludar a la
sefiora dona Mercedes A. de Ro-
mAn y Reyes, quien procedente
de Managua, Nicaragua. llego a
nuestra capital en done pasa-
ra una carts temporada como
hudsped de don Carlos Lopez
FAbrega y seflora Julieta Q. de
L6pe FA bega.
Saludamos al seflor Carl Axel
Janson, C6nsul de Suecia en
Panama, quien ha regresado de
su corto viable de negocios por
Noeevg York.
Aniversarlo de. Matrimonio
Nustruas cordiales felicitaclo-
nes a 0-el sefor Felipe Motta
y sef ora ,Delia Garcia de Pare-
desdee .dMotta, quenes celebran
en etsa fecha aftos de casados.
Celebran en asta fecha afins
de cvaado e la.sefor Alberto
Mrtelo V. y sefora Cecilia Es-
pinooa de Ma 1 ciu-

r nuestras felUc gaionea.
Pars los Estados UWid
Deapedinos al seftor'.Carlos
M. de la Osaa quileh gui6 a
Miami; Nuevar York y WMhing-
ton, en viaie de vacaclones.
Nota de Duelo
En las ultimas horas de la
tarde de ayer fallee6 en esta


se vi6 alegrado por el adve-
nimlento do un precioso nifio,
Robert Emery Jr., ocurrido el
16 del corriente on el Hospital
de Clayton. A la vez que fell-
citamos a la joveh pareja ha-
cemos votos por la felicidad del
pequefio "Bobby" quien no du-
damos proporclonara dicha e-
terna a los orgullosos padres.
ANIVERSARIO DE SAN
MARTIN

BUENOS AIRES, agosto 18.
(AFP). Con motivo de con-
memorarse el viernes un nuevo
aniversario (el 101) del failed-
miento del Libertador, el poder
eoecutivo dict6 un decreto de-
clarando asuet0 en ese dia, en
la administraci6n pfiblica. El
rinclpal acto de homenaje a
an Martin, tuvo lugar en
el Institute Nacional Sanmar-
tiniano, en donde llev6 la pa-
labra el Presidente de la Re-
publica, general Juan Domin-
go Per6n. Las palabras del pri-
mer mandatario serAn Ilevadas
a todo el pueblo argentine por
una cadena de emisoras. Inme-
diatamente despuds del discur-
so de Per6n se guard un mi-
nuto de silencio en homenaje
a San Martin.


Industrial Tofalmente


National


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REINA DE VETERANOS.-Com-
pitiendo contra otras 21 belle-
.as de Filadelia, esta oven de
21 afios so an6 el titulo de
"Sefiorita de los Veteranos" de
1951 La simnptiea Sarah Cro-
well s gradu6 en Ia Escuela de
Ar;is .'* ittsburgh.
GABRIELA MISTRAL
SANT AGO DE CHILE, agosto
18. (AFP). El ministro de
educaci6n national Bernardo
Leighton declare en la ciudad
surefia de Osorno que el go-
bierno invitarA oficialmente i
la poetisa Gabriela Mistral pa-
ra que venga a Chile a recibir
el Premio Nacional de Litera-
tura y asistir al mismo tiempo
al homenaje que se plensa ren-
dir en su honor.
Dijo que la lnvltaci6n aeria
formulads en octubre o noviem-
bre pr6x 'u .,
La Mistral reside en Rapallo,
Italia, dondc ocupa un cargo
diplomAtico y de su viaje a
su pals se duda, dado el esta-
do de salud de la insigne poe-
tLsa.


Red Paaaricana
tiene los mejeres
Prnoramas





ei


TE





te de hojas

tiernas

"Tender La'qure.
c '" Jas Tiernas". A
esta wgia seleccldn de
hojas se debe/ a exqui.
tes supremo des t td,
su concentracfn "wol.
ni muy suave nf muy
fuerte. ;Simplemente
dellcioso!

Pida en las abuens ten.
daos "TENDER LEAF".
De venta en paquetre o
en boiutaufltrantes.

(14V


$kVE.CE5NTRALYCALLE 21 E.o1TELS. 2-1850
Y 2-18550
,, ...


Sobre estrategla

comnsta opina
prensa catoled

VATICANO, Agosto 20 (UP)
El 6rgano del Vaticano "Obser-
vatore Romano" declare quo la
media reciente del Gobierno
Comunista de Albania al rom-
per relaciones entire el Vatica-
no y la Iglesia Cat6lica de Al-
bania es un ejemplo mAs del
plan del Cominform "de divilir
para veneer".
En un articulo en prhnera
plan el peri6dico hace un co-
mentario abre la declaraci6n
official de que de ahora en ade-
lante los 1suntop de la Iglesia
Cat6lica de Albsnia seran ad-
ministrados exclualvamente por
el Goblerno comunista.
Dice el diario que la estrate-


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Actualidad Argentina


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TURISMO Y ELEVACION SOCIAL


Cada vez que en el mundo se ras por medio de laestabilidad
suscita un debate acerca de la en los empleos, del aflanza-
necesidad de mejorar la situa- miento de derechos que antes,
ci6n econ6mica de los nucleos cuando habian sido proclama-
menos favorecidos, los parti- dos, no existian nada mis que
darios de que nada gamble, es- en el papel, y de multiples
grimen como argument que obras por medio de las cuales
consideran impresionante y se cuida la salud, se propen-
decisivo, u n a reflexi6n qu de a la capacltaci6n y se de-
puede condensarse en estas sarrollan las inquietudes In-
palabras: Para que necesltan telectuales del pueblo.
mas dinero si luego o sabran Entre las realizaclones revo-
qud hacer con dl? Los sostene- lucionarias sabe destacar la
dores de esta oplnl6n son, en que concierne al turlamo. Ac-
muchos casos, los mismos que, tividad antes reservada a nl-
frente a cualquier otra inicia- ,leos poco numerosos, se ha
tiva de mejoramiento social, extendido a todos los secto-
opinan: Para qu6 otorgArsela res de la poblaci6n national,
si asi como esta son mas fell- merced no solo a una mayor
ces...? posesion de dinero y al poder
El egoismo adopts todas las adquisitivo de la moneda sino
forms doe la franternidad hu- tambidn a la organizaclTn de
mana. El egoismo es el que re- excursions y de alojamlentos
emplaz6 la palabra "pobre" eatables. En esas directives,
con Is palabra "humilde"por- como en tantas otras de las
que hallaba en ese cambfo la horas actuales, la obra de la
posibilidad de que humilde C on f ede r aci6n General de
fuese el pobre con las alas Empleados de Comercio cons-
quebradas. "No hay que darles tituye un elemplo. us afilla-
alas" es otra de las consignas dos de todo el pals dispone hoy
de los conformes con la suer- de elements sumamente pro-
te de los demas, conformidad picios, entire los que se hallan
basada siempre en la satisfac- los grandes hotels Hurling-
ci6n plena de las propias nece- han y Riviera de Mar del Pla-
sidades y gustos. ta; el Hotel Presidents Perdn,
En oposlci6n a ese tempera- del valle de Uspallata y El Vol-
mento, cuyo predominio en cAn ubicado en las serranias
numerosos mementos de la de la Provincia de San Luis
historic significa una rimora que brindan las mayores como-
para el progress social, se yer- didades que es capaz de ofre-
guen las voluntades generosas cer la industrial hotelera.
y constructlvas, los espiitua Pars lograr esos fines, sla
que proven en todo hombre la Institucil6 gremial, en salva-
capacidad de mejorar cabal- guard M su,g trin~olp e oQ-
mente en el conjunto de sus n6mleo,~a t ndOquetdoatem.
posibilidades. Esas mismas vo- plar los naturales deficit im-
luntades generosas y construc- puesto pr la dfferencia entire
ivju s u o iqtuw ian el gai de expl o6n y las
tjercldode aIds& ra ia la 6 di Mdlc, arifas. Paa eao hab
funcl6n del voto unversalal,- *ncontradu en el regimen mix-
no que 1o Amplian a todaslas to de los hotels, a los que el
manifestaciones de la vida. La ptblico en general puede con-
justa retribucl6n del trabajo currir abonando preclos muy
debe estar acompalada de la Istperlores a los que correspon-
educaci6n que mejora los gus- den a la organisaci6h del hotel
to de la difusi6n de comodi- y a los que rigen para los aft-.
dades que hagan possible sla lados. De este modo, la pros
realisacd6n de eaos gustos y del taci6n del Importante servicio
access a las fuentes de la cul- social no determine un sacri-
tura, on cuyo plano la seguri- ficio para la instltuci6n que lo
dad econ6mlca y el bienestar ha hecho possible y cuya for-
material adquieren su sentido tales interest a cuantos Is
mas alto. componen.
La marcha de nuestro pais Medios y fines han sido,
en los ltimos astos constliuye pues, armonizados plenamente
un desmentido categ6rico de en esta verdadera mist6n que
aquellas afirmaciones destina- tan hermosos resultados brin-
das a detener el progress, por- da ya al arraigar a millarea
que en Ia Argentina no solo se de empleados de comercio en
han elevado a niveles justos el sentimiento de una patria
los salaries, sino que tambidn pr6spera v feliz, que lea per-
se han consolidado esas mejo- tenece.


(De la Revista CONTINENTS de Buenos Aires)


CONTRA


INFECCIONES


PELIGROSAS!


DIVERSOL es ideal para
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-Utonsilios do loza y porcelana.
-Mosas, Refrigeradoras, Estufas.
-Plsos, Baflos, Servicios Higiinioos.
-Lavaderos, Tinacos, etc.

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Cumpleafios
Ajust6 ayer un afio mis de vi-
da el seflor Luis H. Quintaa.,
motivo por el cual lo felicitamos.
Cumpleafios de Hoy
Sra. Sonia Guizado de McNatt
Sra. Rosita Vives de OGarcia
de Paredes.
Bra. Teresita Garcia de Pa-
redes de Guardia.
Bra. Rita Elena Brid de Du-
ran.
Brta. Rita Mercedes Correa
Guardia.
Dr. Ricardo J. Alfaro.
Br. Efrain Mir6 Guardia
Niflo Emanuel Alejandro Gon-
zailez. Revilla.
Cumpleaflos de Maflana
Sra. Sofia Hilbert de Wolff
Srta. Berta Brid Dutary
Sr. Olmedo Fabrega.
Sr. Juan Jose Garcia
Sr. Stanley Lindo.
Nifia Maritza Diez Ramirez.
Nifio Samuel Francisco de la
Guardia Wise.
Cumpleafios
Se les desea un feniz cumpiTa-
fios a los nifliltos Ram6n Edjar
y Federico Alberto Sanchez en
su primer aniversario.


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glet del Comlnform es "divid 7
venerAs". Aprega que l comua-
nlta "divden la uniOad Ca
t6lea coan el obleto de domiuar
an otacinclia. En done el cA-
tc eano .tA en mayoria, Me-
a &r. a log fleles del elIro y del
beopado. Unos y otros son a-
Wawado de infamias y condc-
. ados como terrorutas EQ pro-
texto de 'do'Irr a Ia Iglelea de
polUtid y opotuniftao. Cuando
la igleaia elsta en minorta so
quit4a la miscaras. No aay
p~otettos".
RAN FAMILIES ROtAB
SDE JANEIRO, agosto 18.
(APD. A fin de estudiar la
poaibiIl4* de colocaci6n de
vinte mil famlas europea,
en el Brasil, 1leg6 a esta ca-
pital, procedente de Zurich,
onseolor Oftseppe Crivell,
prelado domastieo del Papa, y
vicepreaidente de la "Ayuda
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SE NECESITA SE VENDE SE VENDE SE ALQUILA
Domisticos Miscelfneas Bienes Raiees Apariamentos
SE NECESITA:-Una empleada para SE VINDEN:-Clvee, tubber negra, CIA. DE LIFEVRE Tel. 2-.3332 SE ALQUILA.-Apdrtamento fresc
cocinar. Avenida Chile No. 16, al- scoreeem nalid., Fix-Tex (cest6a VENDE LOTES muy centr.co, dos recAmaras, sol
tos. ailledirt p re ciles reses) made- Page initial minimo 1.100.00 comedor ,balc6., Ave. Peru, e
re l, laymoere, *iu aedee, eta, e. Meesual B.15.00 quino 36 Este No. 11.
SE NECESITA:-Empleoda pora of i- i p mas bulbs en pilese, 0 Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de--------------------
cios deomsticos. Debe tener refe- AINCIAS GLOIALIS, Vie lipl- la Ciudod desde 8.1.00 ce metro. ALQUILASE:-Apartamento dos re
rencias y dormir en la cos. 112 Ae. Ilegende I Juen Fraen Tel. Alquilamos equipo pesado ptro cJmaras, solo-cor.nedor, limplo, ci
Via Espara. 3-150I. "movimiento de tierra. modos, caso nueva. calle 32 Es
SE NECESTA: Buena emleoda. SE VENDE-M Alquilarro otes o largos plaos. No. 33-A. par B 70. Lloame tel
C2ll0 39 No. 31, Ponom0.oClub dolates, B.3.00 y B.4.00 o
SCalle 39 No. ], oPanama. mano, case perfectortiente bien. B. semonoles. AQ L-- -A r e
SE NECESITA:-Empleodo qu sepo 25.00, Avenida o8, 73.' ;mnae ALQUILASE:-Apartamento dos re
cSSE NECESITA:-Empleod a quo spi SE VEND[:- cimoias, sale, comedor, tinas l
cocinar. Acuda a Via Espofia No. BALINERAS:-En tamafiot variados Lote do 730 Ms en "El Congrejo". vr, limpio, etc., cosa mamposte
54, Apto. 4. para satisfacer cualquiera necesi- Sector ooblado y cerco a Via Es- rio, Colle 9a. No. 17, por B.60.0
SE NECESITA: -Empleado que se- dad. F. Icoza y Compai.o, Aveni- poRo. Oportunidad. 8.5,500.00. Llome tel6fono 2-1456.
pa cocitor. Calle 39 E. No. 16. B 7ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231-2-1215 SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, sal
SE NECESITA: Empleodo que SE VENDE:-En .Aguadulce, sal re- Se arriendo o se vende cantino Los comedor, porche, recamaro, terry
duermo en el empleo. Calle Darien fnada, blanca tres centesimos li- Palmitas; 3 de Nov. # 9. Teli- zo, garage ,cuorto empleadao V
No. 5, Apto. 3. bro, empacada socos de ochenta a fono 2-1009. Porras # 64. Telifono 3-1863.
No. 5, Apto. 3.______ cien libros. Solicitela Braulio Co- ___
SE NECESITA:-Cocinero con expe rrea. SE ALQUILA-Primer piso orriba d
Sriencia. Calle Ricrdo Aris No. SE VENDE:-Directamentee, sin in- Bozor Amricano, Avenidao Centr
77, Compo Alegre, bus verde ru- SE VENDE: Radio 5 tubas G. E. termediarlo, espacioso y elegant. 71, Ponoma. Entenderse con *I S
77, Cmpo Algre, bus verderu model mesa, peinodoro cooba, residencia de 4 recimoros, 2 ser- Poreja.
to 2. motor 25 ciclos 1/4 H. P., muy ba- vicious sonitorios, 2 porches, solo,
SE NECESITA-Empleoda competen- rato. Ocurra despums 5 p.Im. Co- comedor, cocina, pantry, patio In- SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento c6mc
te y con buenos referencios, debe lie Mindi 0599-D, Ancon. terno de mosaicos, corredores, do y modern en Avenida Nor
dormir en el trobajo. Para infor- cuarto de empleoda con su servi- No. 41. Informes en telefono 3
mes dirijose a Ave. Cuba No. 58. cio, lovaderos y garage. Terrento 0050.
Apto. No. 7. SE ALQUILA 500 M2 en esquina, frente o Co- ALQULA Cmodo y ventl
legio Maria Inmoculado, cerco de SE ALQUILA:-C6modo y ventilod
SE NECESITA:--Muchocho trobajo- Caas comisariotos, hotica, iglesia, has- apartamento en calle 44 No. 38
dor, para oficios de cosa y limpie- pitales. oarodo de buses. Ultimo piso olto. Pedir Iaves ol lado e


za, exijo recomendaci6n. Colle 45 SE ALQUILA:-Chalet recien cons- precio 8.30,000. Tiene hipoteco
# 19. truido, consta de dos rechmaros, de B. 10.000. Avenida Justo Aro-
E NECESIT,--_-E-led o e- salo, comedor. cocina, lovanderia, semeno No. 79 y Calle 41. Soli-
SE NECESITA:-Empleado panr que- garage, dos porches y dos servicios cite informes en la misma cosa.
haceres de cosa. lavor y planchor sonitarios. UJrbanizoci6n el S. A.
para dos. persons. Dormir en em- S.. carretera San Franciscp. Paora
pleo, troer referencias. Bello Vis- informed Ilanor' tel.fono 1-1554. SE VENDE
to. Informes cole 16 Este No. 2. a 15
Propaganda S. A. SE ALQUILA:-Cosa residenciaol am- Articulos ie Casa
-- plia y fresco ton jdrdin, 3 rec6mo- Aril_ .Casa
SE N'ECESITA: Muchacha joven, ras, salo, comedor, oficiho, gara- SE VENDE:-Borato, comas, mesitos
de buena experience, paro cui- ge, cuarto para empleodo, patio chinos, refrigeradora, espejos y
dr- un niro. 218 Via Belisario grande. A dos cuddros de Cristo orticulos de caso. Calle 45 No. 19.
Ph,-ros, San Francisco de Io Cole- Rey, del Hospital Santo Tomis y
t. de la escuelo Maria Inrmaculoda. SE VENDE:-Por motivo viaje. dos
S ______________ Avenida Cuba No. 73. Informes juegos recamaras, comedor, set de
Miguel Hives, telefono 3-2145 y bomb. Via Espaoa 2024.
SE ALQUILA SE VENDE:-Estufa gos, cuotro que-
sino tambin i studio adic modores, homo, B.50.00. Barrio-
CIartoS sinotambidn el studio adicio- do Vista Hermosa 605.
nal del comportamiento del vi-
SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto aomoblado po- rus en la naturaleza. Be ha de-
r uno a dos j6venes honorables. signado al Centro para que em- SE NECESITA
N-. 5 primer escolero, Ploza 2 prenda estas actividades de In-
d- Enero. vestigacion tanto desde el pun- nral
______ ____- ~to de vista material como de ______ nera______
SE ALQUILA: Cvarto amoblado, personal. Esta clase de activi-
gar-nde y fresco, entroda indepen- dad podrA ser llevada a cabo SE NECESITA:-SeAorito secetoria
diente, para persona a pareja sin simultineamente con las de- en ingles y espaool, sueldo modes-
nifos. Avenida B No. 29, 1ultimo mis funciones, y, en electo, se to .Avenida B No. 61.
piso. (Al lado de la Socreto). espera que sirva de base para
Smeorar constantemnt e los o- La Joyeria America necesita agents
SE ALQUILAi Cuarto omoblado tros tres servicios fundamenta- vendedores de club. Se compra oro
paro hoi~pre, B.6.00 par sermano. leg que se ofrecen. El personal viejo, frente Porque Lesseps.
Perque Lefevre. Averido Ernesto permanent del Centro provee-
Le'evie caso 32. ra un nicleo excelehte pars los SE NECESITA:-Operaria expert en
----trabajos de investigacidn. No confecci6n ropo de hombre. Acudo
Sobstante, la cantidad de pro- coale 13 Este No. 14 "B" Salsipue-
C ventr' ,yectbs especiales de investiga- des.
cln dentro _____ ________es._ _
de adlestramlento en i diag- n d que drAn enargase, SE NECESITA:-Para los pr6ximos
ndastco v control de la fiebr sera i algoa limitada. Pero no dos ofos. Casa de 2 recdmaros,
n6stico vaton trolde Ia d fo e a I existe raz6n por la cual los pro- preferible sin muebles, buena e-
tramlento se dictaran peri6di- yectos de investigaci6n no o- cindod. 4 norteomericonos odultos.
camente ayemplearin metodos droan ser fnan cados con fon- Llame ol telefono 5197, Curundi.
odameno do enmeleanr aen m io dos proveniente de fuentes oex-I
moderno de enseflanza en el terns, facUlitados ya sea por SE NECESITA:-Gran oportunidad de
laboratorio. la case y ai pricti- Instituclones o particulares. amplior sus entradas vendiendo re-
ca. Ei probable lue algunos de Cualquiera que sea nla fuente frigerodoras, radios, lavadoras, es-
lis estudiantes mis prometedo-d.eeradoras, radios, lovaoros, es-
rs recian beca a tudo- de los fondon, today investiga- tufas y otros articulos, a base de
res reciban becas par studios .c 16n estari bajo nla supervigi- comisi6n. Acuda Muebleroa Coso
avr rtdos de especializaci6n en lancia del Director del Centro. y Spartan, Central 223, Srta. Ber-
el Centro.. jos resultados de estos studios nol.
Investigcalones.--Los especia- se pondran a dlsposicl6n de to-
listas en fitbre aftosa serian da entldad o Individuo Interv-
los primers en admirntir que es do.
Indispensable realizar Investi- IMITAIN DEL NTR RED PANAMERICANA
clones adicionales sobre el diag- LIMITACIONES CENTRO
nostico, la eoizootiologia y el A pesar de que se espera oue fien 0
control de dicha enfermedad. el Centro Panamerlcano de Fie- tiene Ios
No solo se requlere urgente- bre Aftosa contribuya mate-
mente el studio de laboratorlo, rialmente a] control (y algin m
din a la" erradicaeidn)de Ia mejo p.5r0 ramasUs
fiebre aftosa en las Ambricas,
dista much de ser la solucidn.
aromnleta del problema. En rea- Presupues os
lidad, la prevenci6n. el control
y la eliminacidn de esta en- PINTURA
fermedad es .v debe seguir sien-
do, la responsabilidad del pais VICTOR PEJIN
o territorio afectado. Por ejem-
nlo. no se deberi considerar al cas Muller, cuarto is
SCentro como fuente de vacu- Ave. Central, Tel. 2-MT2
nasna do asistencia econ6mica
directs. Uno de los aspects que
ha sido ampliamente discutido
es el que se reflere a Ias esolici-
tudes recibidas en el sentidode SI U s
que el Centro se dedkiue a la
produccin de vacunas para los 11$CA CALIAD
paixse americanos. Esta clase de BUSCA CALID M
actividad no estA comprendida
Sn la esfera de acci6n del Cen- VISITE NUESTROS
ToesIdora de Pan Automitica tro y, debe permanence Ia res- ALMAC ES PRIMERO!
ponsabilidad de las entidades ALMACENES PRIMERO!
Club 500 Contado B./ 22.50 -ubernnmentales y particulares.
No obstante. esto no significa OFRECEMOS:
Muebleria CASA SPARTON clue el Centro dejarA de ureon-
Central 223 Calidonia rar y adiestrar en los orocedi- Materiales de
Central z Calidonia mientos de e6mo producer va-
____ cunas a los tienicos que acudan Construcci6n
asus lboratorios. o oue dejara
I de rpaHmar investigsciones oue de
I C DTON podrAn dar oor resultado meto-
SA I ms eficaces de producer ALTA CALIDAD
Svacunas. a
(APA TIEL 0A W"MDT Y CONCLUSION a
PARA CIELORA SO.l Centre Panamerlcano de PRECIOUS MODICOS
Fiebre Aftosa oue se esta esta-
"Simpson Board" bleciendo en Sao Bento. Bra-
sil. es el resultado de una me- Nuestro Lema eo :
dida colectiva de las Reptfiblicas
4'x8' B/. 1.92 hoja Americansa -ar entrentarse CALIDAD SUPERIOR
con un enemigo comun las
4'xl0" 2.40 febre aftoa, Be eaper "nut es- SERVICIO ESMERADO
- te Centro contribuva a Ia con-
i rvacl6n de uno de los recur- ENTREGA PUNTUAL
-Vyx1 2.88 so mns imrinortante< de las A-
irrricas la industrial animal.
El Centro proveera adiestra-
GL A U I L A mlento tbnerco investiaci6n y
coroclmlento- en la orevencln
y i el control de esta olaga de a-
Cale "M'" Final nlhrles. eolaborindo con los Ave. Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610
1obierno d de las Reubtlicas A- Calle Martin 1osa No. 3
Tel. 2-2121 merleano o n mueP efuertl on- TeL a-1424
I ra tomar medidas factilbrie on- T 1
tra ata temida anizotics.


Boabylandia.
SE ALQUILA:-Aportomento opro
piado para ofic4na o sol6n de mo
dos. Esquina calle 29 y Avenic
Cuba. Lloame telhfono 2-082
Srta. Arias en el dia.
SE ALQUILA: ApartQmento d
una rec4mara y otro de dos recc
mars en plant baja, modern
ventilodos, muy independientes
B.45.00 y B.65.00. Telifono 3
1070.

SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:-Locol paro oficina
Arriba del Teatro Central.
CLINICA, equipodo, altos Formacia
Salozar. calle 16 Oeste No. 28
PanamriA.
S1 ALQUILA!-a-
Local pora oficina negocio y apor
tamento de dos recAmoras emr
Edificio Castillo del Oro, ol lod
del hotel El PonomA.
ROBERTO M4tRO 2-3231-2-1215

SE VENDE
Autom6viles
Hemos rebajdo dristicomente nues-


trOi prucioe *n rodon loS carra
usados. Venga y mirelos. Agencioi
Nosh.
SE VENDE:-Corro Cadillac model
48 en perfectas condiciones. Llo-
me 3-2184-2-1075, Ponami.
Motivo viaje, vendor Packard Clipper
oho 1945, buenas condiciones, in-
formes Refresqueria Ester. AI ladc
Teotro Enconto.
SE VENDE:-Corro Buick 47, infor-
mes cantina Aurora, calle 12 Oes-
te No. 22, PonomA.
SE VENDE: Carro Dodge, diez
osientos, to.mbiin Studebaker, 4
puertas. Informon telefono 2-
3241.
SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC
5 toneloldos, model 1947, exce-
lentes condiclones; 1 GMC 2 1-2
tonelodas, tipo armada. 10 rue-
dot. models 1942; 1 Internacio-
nol. 2 1-2 tonelados model 1947
chassis largo; 1 Internacional 2
1-2 tonelados, modelo 1947 chas-
sis ccrto 1 Mock, 5 tonelodas,
model 1947. excelentes condicio-
nes. Solicitor informes Ilamondo
al telefono 2-0610.


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El mis econ6mico,
fuerte y practice
para cualquier negocio.
Su cost
y mantenimiento
Ps inigualable.

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S Calle 16 Este No. 4 *
s Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988 La Investigakl6n llevada a ca- t i' '.
s: "Vendemos barato I Ibo por las Naciones Unidai 7 Un. e '
Spara vender PERSIANAlosoficales de enlace comu-que improtot6 grdt*
*nistas "fracasaron completa- Una selectai ourr.ei"
O" "I ente" en demostrar que los nida pa adra el
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS s PORAS atacantes eran miembros de las conjunto.
DE ALMACEN RKKJS Naciones Unidas. La oIquesta formdta pr
NUESTROS ESPEJOS PERSIANAS a&nuncio deciaue todisaIco autctonos tu na .e
Duran Mias Lucen Mejord pelal actuacld6 d1aido I1 f
SI FABRICA DE ESPEJOS r Sol-Aire" las organizaciones mflitares a- pectiaculo I nota origaL do iu
FABRICA DE ESPLJOS "Tropical" liadas han recibido "Imnstaruocio- kttentlcfd P .
SEL DIABL o 0 CELOSIAS nes estrictas y ddtapadas" de trnientos prop
c s N. T. 2-2mantenerse fuera de la zons nunca oldosn
cae PRO-TECT-U" la original. neutral. a noche y mariana el 0 -
iCl. A PORRAS 'Mientras tanto, la radio de ~eteo c t.iOt !
Tel. 2,3097PPekin anunci6 queo el General bllc intre nsdo en -ta Uta
Tel. 2-3097Ppa I Nam Ii habla puesto das cbn- nifestaciones deo i cpltural ,
SA m re de Brncediciones pars reamudar las co"n- -s bs in pieaeAot l
Al e d Bronversaclones. por esot conJuto dpte aro
Spara mosquitos T uerte rti e blora
5 criin al qu cand ra muerte tri ar U
Co Ins de un mioembro de nuestra pd- bilarines-y par Ia riquess
acetes 0llins N alica military e hiri6 t otro. l vesttimenta usada on l, .,
sentacl6n de los ball.
2) La garantia de que no
S de Zinc A E NACION habri otro incident que viao- Rc O
RaYM E d ZincRA le la neutralidad de Kaesong. de
Sde 2" Precis d CApetDla El mensaje de Nam II terml- Dia
cPrncios de Conpetenetao. naba diciendo que "yo exijo quie Dn t ,, r se pde
Scon el product importado. usted me d6 una respuesta sa- Corte suprecuma que d
STubas 4" Sencillos.... 4.00 tlfactoria inmediatamente". gal doren del L4 ca"
atar n Tubos 4Doble ...... 4.4gal la detenelAn del Docencs4do
Plats de C tn Tubos 2" Sencillos......60 Este mensaje no mencionaba Juan deo Disc Poveds q
Tubos 2" Dobles......2. la accibn ue tomarian o s ro- decree que c Flr n
Tees -4x4 ..........2.00 Jos en cao que conllderaran debe dedinar c*to
Ama n mer0 Ye- 2x2........1.00 que la respuesta de Joy no era caso iristruido-para rdettnerm
Almacenes Romer Codos -- x2....... .75 satisfactoria, pero irmplicae ca- los eaponsbles deo ealn
etc., etc. ramerite que terminarin las idas al sefor Rocardo .Adl,
S Ave. Norte No. 48 Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029 negociaciones, la IGiardia, en cuyas ut'aw
FUNDICION INDUSTRIAL c En ese caso, los rojos indi- se tiene jdlado a Lce
-onz-lez y Unl ires Ltd~. carian que se ban convencldo uali de Dos Povedg.-
Sz y Linares Lt que no pueden obtener el ar-
La Loceria Pasde. mtaticio a su gusto y estan mCUiIuJI, ;l '&" -.r.
L6Imparas a e, buscando la manera de term- edd ontra
Z I Ar nar las negocaaciones. losa igoB' pr material iw
ALA D I N 0 de fuents Ia~notmeticai as
Rifles*do Bid No-solo trataron Se tieno tontdo
de KEROSENE con MECHA Rifles de Balin NO olo trataron ~ta resntar*'
gentinoapre ient .
rio por la Policia ecreta. das l, atinoamarleans pa' '
Con.60 velasde fuerza de iuz blan MArca "D ai Declara la victim que cuando establecinxlenti d4e',. UDA e,
moderns. Permanece encendda 50 se drigia a su ca saleron a- entcln d
S hor por Ix gal6n de kerosene. Toms.a canalern ; ncn itatlva d
M% de AI.E y solamente 6% de rios individuos de detris de una close en cap de otra
*KEROSENE. Compietamente% *ergura- des A casa y le propinaron los golpes EI diMdrlo "Diocacla" do .
Sno ext ol nucesita seneradr nles pars robarl e cart car- nos Atre, on u adibo6n del
bomaba. No produce humo n malosd
olores Es tan sencilla que un nifo gaba. mtingo pasadO p1dl6.el a
pede predla na vita Pa En el hospital se pudo consta- las delepgatc I latAn r
*. i~ untar que la seiora Alvarado pro- nas iarartoar un feteaf
p0f solo... B/.9.95 [ I sentaba varia contusiones en la nico" catra atados MIn
Teemems todos ls Repunetost regi6ndel cuero cabelludo. LaPo- EI pridico dijo que d
Teaeoe todon^ ^^^ A lolaepultog llcia ecreta esatinveettgandOel te la ultlma guer r la _y
De Ventsa en todas as FERRETERIAS R m" 8, Secrets eat*irVestigando el to1a lMUM& rI ls
SMUEBLERIAS. ,p caso para dar con las personas clones latInoAmereCuna
DstrIbuldores: que golpearon a dicha seflora. bieron "pretlos de stafa"
dDitribudlon o od "afll U-
I T, ^ --sus articult y p"d6 a In o-
WONG ClANG, S. A. T exis l: El Fi Ial 20 deleg~iones r Mm alta "a .
Col6O Calie y Av. Balboa Teneitos en existeOCa: icl 0. medidas justas cmo los lO*
Tel. 30e. ponde a a mama pistol con existen en la-poltcav it n
Pana ve Central ERRO que fu d herido el manor Tapis. de EstadO*n 'Tldo".' t
DTel. 2-27 RDE El Tribunal Superior tendrk Otros temao a diacutir-l
ahora que considerar las razo- las 06nterendils inclutir :
REFUERZO nies expuestas por el Licenciado control de-prk el poder
Persianas Venecianas LUX cUarlos Augusto L6pez en su vis. quisitivo a las reorvs,
a B/.9.50 ta y dictar el auto respective cilidades detransporte coo"
racl6n ti-nica. y olal.
Entrega L aaA I L a c01ueostln del program 'i ,
inmedlata. C LAV O Pueen perderse asistencia sbor* amp. ae,
Reparaciones discutida, ya que much=w-
generales. tgran cantidad de ropa a los ione aun no h pagado
s de toda clase reclusos, porque estaban nece- quotas. ameniaando con el
Industriasitados de vestidos en un 80 por caso del program.
Panamericanas clento. Manifesto que eon el Los funcionaros de la& B
Calle 29 E. #22 product de este embarque, que Panamericana adlirtieron
Tel 3-1713 ZINC se estima ascenderi a varloS debido a Is falta do n
millares de balboas, er nver- 75 por ento del prora
tido en sl compra e mis ves- ha podido set cumpdo
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sierra ara conatrufr el co-IR dlauuin o otros
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cult, del 16 de Agosto do t, instalapnm de unqnuevo
1961, he comprado a vnlin serviclo telof6ncan los, a, mi- eetr
Lee Chin, su stable to mo etc. Julio 195lS_ M.
commercial denominado "La El S cretario Moreno' G., non Nota ~ i
Victoria No. 2", que funcloa maiI afestu6 5 a4dmirs a t d IsdMepor l P ponm
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to Comercial No. 2150, en Rio elI..... e1 director Juan A. BowS quloen tablenta d
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de Panama, per medio d ile edleto. *
ENPLrecUrn a da
Al sefHor Ciul Ram6s P#rez. mayor reclMi.r a
do eCad, pmnameIo y cuyo paradero c-d
tual so desem. pars que dentro del El cargado..d ec d.
tOrmino do troaita dies conisdos a per. Gran BretAfi. senior A. H. 3B.
tir de ]a iltims publiecrion de eat@ Hermann, h hhecho una ape- cl S
F.dicfo me presence il Tribunal por o f lacl6n al public panameflo pa- el stNb-
pOr medto de apoderado debldamente ra que contrlbuyan con comida erata,
conlituido a hacer valer ius derecho y raopa para l ViCtimn es D",nte
en *I Julcea Ejieutlvo Hipolecarlo qni hurac n que Sot6 a JUama1. bo U2 lt 'i
contra di hs presentado el eAor Inocen- causando 1 hasta a h o r a 1 I h Unuelt
lo Jim.,.ne. muertos y varlos milloneS de hIa deoldido eli id. c
Be In. dvierte a sfehor Orluim Ramos d6lres en p ardidas. des par ml dWelo a to
P,.e qu f anB ..e lemilno no .me pre- FPr una cortela, del aefiot nWe. .,
Snl,. ii i. Is.b~rar ur, defnho, de A. F. Howard, Oerente do Is VariM" balid
renteon'tdenm e seguiril @Ijuiclo .IdNo
con .4 erdon l e del u i bunal. Pacific Steam Navigation Co. en res han aco la Pilaft
De conrormidad conel art 47 del Crit6bal, los paquetes podrin A los cOnod
C. J.. e tij. |t o en I : ecr ser envados a bordo doe a al- te e Pt a ftu .9
ie del. Tribunal por ei trmino de rein- nat del Pacificao queo sale pa ders ,eMn'Uni, g els l
Siii. Kingston, Jamaica, a l 25 de or a me s lo
FI Junc, eate mes. lertM
(fdo.) GermAn Lpez.. Todos loss rreglos para Ia ti~ aellugar deaomlnado
El S,.retarlo colecta de paqueteo ban sido tlIa y do deIs 0aja q
(Ido) P. A. Aizpu. hechos y Jstoa serAn recibldos cda guarida de Malesaue
--- ---- -- en la residencia de Ia Lega- se pudo hacer n$ldn. at
cl6n BritAnica en la eaquina de en vitita qua- hiclfr la P,
ITacauo de Ia Avenlda Ecuador y Avenlda Secreta ea lugar.
CdeBalboa de ocho do I mafia, Durante lea frcuentee. 1
nc.les y las agrupaclones de lIna seis de la tarde todos los dI pquo hace la PolieeI B
misma irjole que hayan po-'u- dina. t Dor Rio l A alo.y.1a
iado candidates independlentes dedores del Mtiado ou a
tendrAn derecho a destinar re- Aunque lo mis necesarlo as tado poca aet"4d an el
presentantes o fiscalizadores comida y ropa, las donaclOneos jo mtndo.
ante dicha corporacl6n y en l.a en electivo serAn recibidas tar-
que de data dependan con dere- bl6n en la oflcina del Con-
c'o a voz en sus deliberaclones'. sulAdo de Gran Bretafa en el c Wi" Ad
5o. piso del edificlo de aI Caja
El Articulo 105 de la Consti-. de Ahorros en Ckale I y Ave- *atrill M l
guci6n Naclonal es del tenor si- nida Central. Las contribuclo-
gulente: "HAbri en la Repub'i- nes pueden ser enviadas tam- *' r
ca un Jurado Nacional de Elec- bin por correo a la Legaciln en La Ch er
clones cuya elecci6n, compost- de Gran Bretafia, Apartado 889,
ci6n y atribuciones determii.a- ciudad de Panama. Acusadda de hJaber, sustl
ra la Ley sobre el principle de -- materialea electrlnco de lp
Ia representaci6n proporcioal base military nortepmerican
y garantizando la flscalizae'6n Al horde del La Chorrerai e ncuentraz
de sus funciones por los paiti- tenidos Carlos F6rez T'r
dos y. agrupaciones political ro y no con uniform de las Na- s ulld Materis Atotleft
representados en esa y las. de- clones Unidai. _q _, el ara s mlmi atrd aa
m es corporaciones electorales" a El nuncio official no recbLa Paanam-Aminrical" por la
El Articulo 21 de la Consti- za formalmerite l acus e i6n Ia N acloinal.
Naconalexpresa comunsta do quo ls fe d egn lrte pollivo
Tuc 6apana mefiosy x- s Naiones Unid vblaronla ido por I Polc de La 4
"Todranos son Iguales antea zona neutral do Kaesong, sio rrera, sea a lad d
raneros n iguales ante la que as un nforme interim" sldcado de levar. un c
Ly Un miembro de un pelot6n cargado de cables bateria
chino fue muerto y otro herl- varfos otroa articulos eldctz
do en la villa de 8onggong a que se presume fueron
t unas mil yards del Area neu- traidos de la antigua baue
trial. Los dos soldados formaban litar en La Chorrera.
parts de una patrulla de poll-' La.Policia Naclamal coant
cia military que fue emboscada con la invescUtigacl6n ar i a
por iun grupo de Unos 30 horm- rar la procedencia de eatba
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Los Yan is Recibieron Ayer Una

Paliza Pot 15 a 1 yos Indios

y '0s Medias Blancas Dividieron

Serviclo de la re"M Unit cearreras a 3 y fos Tigres A
Los Yanquis reclbleron pOer los Carmelitas por 5 a 2.
luna gran pall& a en el uo -
que-celebraro cntra los Atl4tl-
cos de Filadelfia y bajaron otra BI la Lila Naelsoal
vea al segundo luar. Los Bravos de Boston derro-
1l juego term1in6 por la abul- taraoi a los Mentirosos de Broo-
tada anotacl6n de 15 carreras klyn por anotaclin de 13 carre-
a 1, ia mis alti quo se ha pro- ras a 4, para rebajar la margebi
pinado este *o A los campeo- de los punteros de la Liga Na-
nes. Mientras tanto los Indlos cional. Los Gigantes a su vez
de Cleveland dividleron hono- vencieron a los Fills por o-
res con los Medias Blancas de taei6n de 5 carroras a 4 ya ho-
'Chicago eif el double juego que ra se han colocado a ocho iuc-
,celebraron. gos de los Dodgers.
.n los otros oartldos en esip
Los Tndios anarbn el prime- circulto los Piratas derrot.rxi
ro por anotaclon de 4 a 0. pero dos' veces a. los Cachorros :or
lo Mediae plasicas. so desqul- 4 a 2 y 5 a 4.
taron en el segundo por 7 ca- Los Cardenales de San Luis
rreraq a 6. En el Otro partido tambl6n vencieron en los dos
los Medlas tojas de Boston juegos a los Rojos de Cincinatti
!e0ciron a los : Senadorea por per 5 a 4 y 5 a 1.

Numwies del Tomeo Janizen de Bolos
ESTADO D OS EQUIPO rAL 18 DE AGOSTO DE 1951


Equipo
PhilUp Morris ..........
Cafe Durin. ............
Entrometidos ..........
OptUca Sa ...........
Imp. Selectsa ...........
Teatro Tropical ........
Pinocho ................
Flan, Royal- . ....
Taller Sousa...........
Novatos .... ......


Puntos Promedio Handicap Puntuaci6n
G. P. Pet.
8763 730 113 13 3 .813
9029 752 98 10 6 .625
9286 774 84 9 7 .563
9258 772 85 9 7 .563
8761 730 113 9 7 .563
9145 762 92 8 8 .500
9036 753 98 7 9 .438
8806 734 110 6 10 .375
8099 675 150 6 10 .375
7461 622 185 3 13 .188


LOS CINCO GRANDES
PROMEDIO LINE MAS ALTA SERIES 1MAS ALTA
Nombres J. Prom. Nombres Puntosi Nombres Total
J. Danmin 12 169 3. Padilla 233 J. Padilla 567
A. Fistonich 12 164 R. Samanlego 220 Rico Estrip. 546
M. Capriles 12 163 E. Burrell 209 0. McGeachy 542
A. dg Jan6n. 12 163 R. Lombana 202 J. Damian 540
JDadila 12 161 C, Brin 201 R. Lombana 524

Azca y Granillo juegan manana por

el2. l gardelbeishol de Santa Rita

Asteo, y GranHllo Juega ma- Como se podri observar, am-
faita 'a las 4.00 ann. en el Es- bos equipos se trenzaran en lu-
tadio OJimplco, para disputar- cha sin cuartel para lograt la
Ee el segundo lugar de la Justa victoria; el Granillo anuncia
de Baseball de S. Rita que co- para mafiana a D. Montilla
manda el Dep. Dragones. Esle quien ha ganado los iltimos
eneuentro deberA resultar refii- tres partidos de su equipo y el


do ya que las eces que estos
conjuntos se han medido han
brindado buenos partidos.
El encuentro de mafiana pue-
de dar lugar a un interesante
cambio de puestos en el actual
Estado de los Equipos, ya que
de ganar el Azteca pasara a
ocupar el segundo lugar de lo
contrario permanecerA en la
tercera posici6n.
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"UN GRITO
EN LA NOCHE"
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Deportivas


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UJ Nia s a NUEVA York-Varlos destaca-
U d a aatletas norteamericanos
-- * han sido llamados al Servic:o
Military, entire 0os que se en-
: cuentrark el cortedor de 400 me-
b el Los deport s esperan nl el record-
&9DUNM v aN I uIman de 110 metros con vallas,
Dick Attlesey; el lanzador de
S fal fav ra para pesa, Otis Chandler, etc.

C sileid PESCARA, Italia-El argentl-
*^~-'- ~ n i M Uk I (~na no Frollin GonzAlez realizando
r *JU 0S C A1ican y l M fa~i u Una excelente actuacion, gan6
i a. ateor{a ', el" Vigesimo Gran Premlo auto-
Eli 9 '2a. catego_, nla Be TJ A-. mBia e e d a alnmovilistIco de Pescara, en un
Et rjis 2. cautgo ra -an ETO ToceJADA- mafiana e i de la aprobacin arrow Ferrari, corriendo loa 309
tndrin retyida lucha C C Mafiana conoceri .l ,onAjo a dichoo ptyto ekfl6metroas, 600 metros en dos
Eleta y Barcelona / b i t OW, do -.Ishoras, 4 minutes y 49 segundos
.rma e r i o e I- ndudablemente que tenemos ante50.000 e s ptadregunds
S* tralor Generald o la optbcta, que saber qte al adquirir Pa- In segundo lugar lleg6 el
ElTADO FINAL DE LA JujST! dop Henrique deaObarr lO y Por namkIla b#eode los VII Juegos francs Rosier manejando un
Lord Cheater ..... 21 el Ministro de Obras Ja s, Olimplcos, ad esta que gan6 Talbot; de tercero arrib6 Etan-
oDer. B ........ 1 1 .95 Inj. Norberto NavalrO rela- honrohamente en Guatemala, ad celin
Dep. Ma64eio ......1 11 5: cion con el estudle del poyec- quirl6 nueatro Gobierno desde Los dos princliales adversa-
Cart Viela .......... I 11 to de presupuesto_ 'rl IA e-01- ese moment un compromise rios lostaios A. Ascari L
braci6n de dlo VIZ juoi DE- que debe ,cUmplir y que decade Vili r aliearon elimin d o
inego d'e Ests noche portivos Centroamerle .y del ahora debe el primer Gober- dead las rimeras vueltas.
C. Eleta-Barcelona Caribe que deberan celebramse nante en utnin de sus Minis- En esta formal, Frgolin Gon-
7.00 p.m. 2a. Cat. en esta cludad en el afio de tros aprobar la celebraci6n de zlez, sigul6 las huellas de su
1954. El proecto de e s- estas compeencla, para que pasano Ju Manuel Fanglo,
Dep BamrLord Chester to que esudia la comARd wi- nuestro Comit6 Nacional Ollm- quien gan6 el afo pasado esta
8.00 p.m. la. Cat. ta a la suma total de 'BAn.9.- pico entire inmediatamente en gran prueba de aitom6vil.
500.00 (dos millones, dosclentos accl6n y los VII Juegos sobre-
Por BETO TEJADA- veintidos mil, quinlento, bal- pasen en todos sus aspects a
boas) una suma qute no debe los celebrados aqui en el afno MEXICO-Se inform que so-
Das encuentros que promoter asustar a nadle, porque *I ve- 1938. lamented carrots de turismo o
resultar reffidistmo present es. mos el lhterds que revistepn s- crr
ta nocle la Liga Provincial too torneos tendremda que lie- No hay duda que si mafiana sin compromrados, podrn puartas
Basketball en el Gimnaslo Na- gar a la conclusion de que bidn el ConseJo de Gabinete aprueba par en la Gran Carrera Pan-
clonal. vale la pena que nuestra- Repu- el project de Presupuesto que americana que se efectuara a
blica haga un esfuerzo y que monta a Ia suma arriba apun- travds de Mexico del 20 al 25 de
Barcelona vs Carlos Eletl en la sesl6n de Gabinete de tada, de hecho sera par segun- Noviembre del present afo,
da yes en lob anales de la his- aunque los corredores estarpn
Barcelona y Eleta son los pro- toria deportiva que Repblica end adopter mdif-
tagonistas del primer juego del D alguna de Centroambricaydelcacones querta deseen en el mo-
programs de esta noche, done OlVOro arlbe l uepa la gloria del d tot.
el aleta buscari su clalifica- tan seflalado honor que tiene
ci6n para ir a la sere final por Panaml, doe r la primer eln DeItalia informaron que va-
el titulo de la menor, en tanto | AsuA ,A I oodeer ofrecer per vez segunda eor or arn a-
quo el Barcelona luchari par el el even lt C lUla los Juegos tpucoo e undarios carredores vlalaran a par-
trienfo y de esp maners prod- del C. o veamos en esta com ticipar en estica integran prueba aul.
cir un triple empate en el pri- a y petenias dptiascomo gra- tmovilitica nternacinal
mer puesto entire Barcelona, des entes de ingresos para el
Centenario y Ileta, lo que daria J pais, pero podria contribuir en RIO D9 JANEIRO,-La Con-
lugar a que as tonga que reooi- part a reb r 'el desempleofedra n braslefia d Depor-
rrir a otro juego para el desem- -PFor REDME no menes do 900 hom res tea inf orm6 qua participar. en
pate. Polvorazo so mpu on tendon quo emplearse para lae VI Campeonato Sudameric
manifilca monta del jinete Vi- ctnstruccin-de un modern no de Ping-Pang qua se desa-
LEord Chester-Dep.Raaun center Ortega en el evento cele- Gimnaslo, do un v6lodromo, po rrollarI en Bolivia on Octubre
ELn el juo que clra fun- brado ayer tarde en l ip6- dgono de tiro, reparacl6nde1 del poisente afio; en el Cam-
ciln de hoy,omiden sus fuerzas dromo Nacional sobre un tiro Estadio ,OlHmpico y de la Piscli. peonato de Rer. quo tendra
los 'monaras" del Lord Ches- de 1300metros y por un premo *a, de la cancha de ffitbol, de luar en Valdivia, Chile en Fe-
ter, que saidran diSPUeStO3S ado .600.00. ltoe-Tenis, ymuchas brero del afio entrante, y el
demostrar su calldad d cam- a de carrerars00,00. ultun ver- otras cosas que dejrian positi- Campeo deno Natacin y anun-
peones enfrentandosele al Barn, dadero duo en r a tierraun dere- voe adelantos al deported, ade- ciadi para oel 14 d arzodc
uno de los dos unicos equipos chadcuandoddesembocaronC cabe, mas que sirven para unir los 1952 en Lima, Peru.
qu ha logrado vencerlo. 81 el za a cabeza los ejemplares Che- vinculol de amistad entire los
arn gana4etitular sub-Cam- riberibin,Carmela I, y Wild passes herminos de Centroame- Igualmente espera confirmar
on ela justa mayor a C Wire y PolVrorazo luchando p rica y del Caribe. Nosotros al la particlpacion en el Campeo-
lape de perder se prOdi Wire y triunfo. Poly orao rlgual que tdos" los (anaticos nato Mundial de Billar en Oc-
is ralcanzar el triunfo.P or
r n empte entire el. Mauri con una major guia pudo sobre el d rte, estamos pendlente tubre, dode actuarn repre-
Co y tos, teniendo enhances salir y stravda6 la meta con del fallo. r. President de la sentantes de Francia, Holanda.
qu e recurriaar a un egoextra medio cuerpo de ventaa saobre Repiblica, 8r. ontralor y SBr. E sp a a, B61gica, Argentina,
para desempatr. Cheriberibin que ocupO el so- Ministros 'de Estado. Uruguay, Chile, etc.
.Melo, Amores y Zebalos es- 'gundo .lugar. Carmela 1I le gd
tlercero
taran en las. puertas, Roa y En otrf de las uruebas este-
Cardales arbitran, Alapuru y lares do la funcl6n hipica do- u
Mena .llevaran el tiempo,.len- I s s impuso Tb Bath
do-RiveraiV suplen, miwtras S mint s .tmpu, u Thvea Baavtiht
quo -ar0n Jr. y Barmlonto tepartiendo B.-.8i40' adoz. -'
anotaran. The Bath Road corrt6 de atras
y domin6 en la recta final al
gran favorite de la prueba Ca-
IA f ribe y su triunto fu6 sumamen- present de
Los DragonnS SiguenI toe fill. Uncle James ocup6a a
tercera colocacld .
me orando opcinen El LUNES


hinas, quien todavia no ha lan- wEl pigil Ruperto Brown
zado contra los granilleros en
lo que va del a ieo. el base de Sla. Rita r.eta a Young, Finnigan
Sy Young Shadow II
ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS y a Young Shadow
Svari orpr a Baseball de Santa Rita El boxeador local Ruperto
Con varas sorpresas Por S. H. IVALDI J. Brown reta po r este medio al
i ftol conOcldo; pugIl colonense Young
in i6 l u. Finnigan, par un encuentro
Dragones ............ 9 2 .818 en el lugar que desee y bajo las
Granillo ........... 5 4 .555 condiciones-que mnejor crea con-
inglAs su ,lA lie iral Azteca ............. 5 .500 veniente. El peso estipulado se-
inli sive 1u le poUa ^jFte. Patri6tico .....2 10 .175 ria de 145 libras y pueden diri-
girse al seftor Cecil McCall ten-
LONDRES, Agosto 20 (UP)- En la double Jornada Sabatina trenador) para los arreglos o
MAs de 100.000 aficionados vie- del Circuito Mayor de la Liga informaclone- adicionales de
ron a 92 equipos entrar en ac- de Baseball de Santa Rita, el este reto.
ci6n al comfnzar la Tempora- Frente y los Dragones vencie- Igualmente R. .Brown reta a
da del fftbol ingles de 1951-52, ron al Azteca ante una regular Young Shadow II por el Cam-
y/,como en afios anteriores, se concurrencia en el Estadio peonato. Intermedio del Istmo
registraron sorpresas, siendo la Olimpico. con el arreglo de que el que ga-
mayor de ellas la derrota in- na se lleva today la bolsa.
fligida por el Chelsa al En el primer juego del double,
Brackpool por dos a uno. F. Rayborne lanz6 un juego sin |
hits ni carreras per pizarra de
El Preston que qued6 en el 1-0, al presentarse los jugado- fl nm rfr
primer lugar de la segunda di- res del Azteca con su bateria o Inombrar
vision, tuvo un excelente co- andmica, L. Rowley defensor de *
mienzo derrotando al Fulham la pradera Cenmra de -los poli- una comisiOn de
por 3 a 2. El Manchester co- ticos contribuy6 r.tucha a la la-
menz6 bien entire los grandes bor de Rayborne, al engarzar \ i | o||
del balompid britanico al em- en sensacional carrera un bata- VOliev aI-
patar a cero tantos con el po- zo de C. C. CastUlo* al centro I
tente equipo Wolverthonside. El y con trazas de cuadrangular, Acaba do cmenzar et Pan&-
Charlton tambidn inici6 la con- estando S. Woodruff en la ter- ma prcomer campeonao d
tienda con un triunfo, mpo- cera, quien no se atrevl6 a mo- pr
ni6ndose a su temible enemigo verse en pisa y, corre; Victor volibol, aeporte olvicado par los
Burnley por 1 a 0. Mendoza el "as" del staff de los fanitic y que se puede decir
indies sostuto refildo duelo de quo deate 1938, no se practica-
serpentinas con su contrario en ba en naestro medio.
LICITAtodo el uego; la carrera sobre- Un rupo deo venes depor-
ICITACI N vino por pecado de A. Ramirez tiatas pa organlzado una liga
y elevado al centro de Valencia que fu naugurada ayer--con
lo. de Septiembre, de este ntrando Rowley en pisa y co- bastant entu tasmo-lo que in-
rre con la carrera que le marc dica. clarantnte quo nuestras
so recibirAn propuestas en al segundo triunfo a los politi- autordades deportivas deben
strucci6n del siguiente mo- cos sobre los indfos en el 7o. prestar todo el apoyo necesarto
actor. pain quo elI nterds por dicho
e la PROVINCIA ESCOLAR deported no decaiga ora vez.
En el segundo desaffo volvie- i tales circunstancias el De-
ron a perder los Indlos del Az- partmuento de Educacidn Fiel-
de caoba. teca, por score de 1-0, frente ca debe nombrar una comisi6n
a los Dragones, gracias a una que regule el deported, que exi-
(4) gavetas do caoba. gran labor de P. Zebajlos desde ja 14 prActica de reglas inter-
c 6. el Box. Este juego fu una re- naclonales y contribuir asi al
petici6n del anterior E. (Chebo) desarrHllo de estos nuegos.
rtos ese mismo dia, a las Rodriguez y Pillo Zeballos se I volWbol es an deported muy
interesados, de los Inspec. mantuvieron en duelo por espa- Interessate. La habilidad de los
cio de los 7 actors que dur6 el Jugadorea es maniflesta inela-
uditor Provincial, match, donde los Dragones, lo- tras mls alto y fuertes sean.
n acompafiar una garantia graron aprovechar todas law Dad lUs e racteristlcas del
oportunldades para anotar en el uo M hace necesario que se
il valor de ia misma. Esta So. la carrera que despuds les Inoay I en la dieta de trabajo
oheque'certificado, garantia vali6 el triunfo. de o uestras autoridades depor-
Con estos resultado ls lo Dra- tiv. Is. me esta jugando el
acciones do sociedadesquoe ones se perftilan como los mis caMpeonato Intercolegial y des-
cado. 16gicos para lievarso el campeo- pud. serf.tai campeonato na-
nato ete 4o. l cnal. fe haee pues as4 necm-
caciones pueden solicitarse ; Me_ rIolS erac. no de una cotn-
durante las horas hibilos, sift .: Noaal de Vollbol. El D *-
scci6n Provincial de Edu- Dh PAMA A cae tiee.al palabra.

kdo con fondos del Tesoro .. Para Prespuei
me joes pttomas ftt
Vie m -e Prae.
rIURO DELVALLE N. me resrmastor4contraos
or Previcial di Idusal6n. AvW, e. isFw .
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La Pareja Hearn-Hampton Debutd
Con Un Triunfo En-El Torneo D 1

Dobles Por La Cp. Spa
La pareja formada per Io tlSaistas Webb Beam y 1o
tan Hampton, se impuso a 4o tefstas MadtaroFkilher, en O
go inaugural del campeonato de debles per la Copa 8
por anotacl6n de 6--3 y 6-4.
Numerosa coneurrencli prsnea 6I la apertnra doe esti
que se realize todos los aios, y en el cual paxtlcipan los maiktlo
tacados exponentes de este depotl _"
La justa continuarA hoy con el iuego entire las parep amkl
Pinilla-Bill Hele vs. Ruperto Yard-L. Lamotte.

Una comision estudia los arreglose

la participacion de Panama en e

Campeonato C. Americano de bas


La Federaci6n Nacional de
Basseiball en su proposito dt
que Panami esti represented
en el Segundo Campeonatc
Centroamericano que se efec-
tuara el prdximo mes en clu-
dad de Guatemala, mais cuan-
do nosotros ostentamos el titu-
Io de campeones de ese circulto,
nombr6 una Comisidn compues-
ta por los Delegados, Garcia,
Espino y Perez para que ~tre-
glen todos los detalles relaclo-
nados a la participaci6n de Pa-
nama en dicha just interna-
cional.
La Comisi6n ha pedido una
list de 40 jugadores y3 direc-
tores a la Liga Provincial, para

Mauricio vencid

a la S. Derby por
15 a 12 y 15-5
Con gran entusiasmio se inau-
guro el torneo de volibol ayer
domingo en la Piscina Olimpica
con la asistencia de un nume-
roso publlco.
,Este campeonato es de espe-
ranza que- result lucic;o en to-
dos los aspects, ya que los or-
gnnizadores estan haclindo to-
do lo possible para que este de-
porte resurja en nuestro medlo.
En el juego inaugural el po-
tente equipo Mauricio se impu-
so a la Sastreria Derby por anro-
taci6n de 15 a 12 y 15 a 5.
El torneo "continuari el pr6-
ximo domingo y con oportunl-
dad dRrerno a conocer el Ca-
lendario de juegos.


escoger el equipd y el dfki'
que formaran el seleceiaommd
que defender los colored lmae i
nales en el II Campeo"aI. ,
For otra patte, la FedeEttMr
nombro tamblen una Co:
formada por Domingo, Coan f
Espino, para que estuH1g.i
caso del Federado, sefier
ga.

Frente a los Drageis*
per ieron los Azwt Ai -
en el baseball eM qr
Sigulendo su mala racla/',
jugadores que componen '.
teca Jr. de la Liga de Bl=1t1tl
de Santa Rita. fueron viA a9' '
de las decisiones curlosas iet-losIo.
arbltros, al perder frente' ftl
Dragones Jr. por el apretfdd U,,L'
nal de 3-2.:
Jost Antonio Alvarez. I~hfIu
debut en lad filas de los IWitt
menores. se port6 como tomdoe
serpentinero, al slacla,' po
complete a la bacteria 1Ws
Dragones Jr. que comanda Casn-
tafiedas Moreno; tuvo come
dieno' contrario por 6 actoo S..
Ricardo Cargll. aulen fuW am-
tituido por Marcelo Gord6n at
finalizar el mismo actor, par la
fuerte reacci6n de los indios.

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