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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA, 1. P, PDNEBDAY, AVWQVT 22, 1951


DELEGATIE at th& Regional CohstltatUive Foot and Mouth Disease (Aftosa) Conference get.
down to business at the Chamber of Commerce Building. In the center is the conference pre-
sident, Joge Nicolas Mora.'delegate from El Salvadot, and left and eightt of the presiding offi-
cer, Vice President Claudio Volo, .e1legateL from Costa Rica. and Dr. Aleibiades Arosemena, de-
legate from Panama..


* *


Panamm Seeks


working Group

THere On Aftosa


Dr. Keith L. Kesteven, Chief of
Seteilnary services of the Food
iand Agricultural organization of
te9 United Nations, opened the
third plenary session of the- Re-
gional Consultative Foot-aqd-
Sout# Pe-asedonference with a
eech on the )ctual state and
anger o"aft "ln this regon.
s n lfor pc tanlishmsmrntl


_n d. Ua
r by.Xr. J. E. T d, ChMt of Field
ari M and Sanitttion Dlv ap- of e ,institute
of an Affairs, and Engineer Juan A. Galizido,
MinLer of health. Left to right are Dr. Towsnd, Min-
Ssr! Oqlhdo, Chailptte Kerr, technical assitant ir the
.raing School of Panama, Dr. Albertq E. Calvo, lPnama
eath Director and Q.uiUermo E. Beleto, of the-Star tical
Editcation Section.
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RP'US Sign H.alth Education


Agmement Under Point Four


A iam for health ed-
ucatson the Repitblid of Pik-
amA. i start soon under the
Poln. Oiar Pfogram here. The
agreed its was signed todsy by
the MI rter of Health. Ing. Juan
A. Gal o. and Dr. J. G.: Tows-
end, cbht of the field party of
the Health and Sanitation Divi-
slon, I itute of Inter-American
Affairs the Ministry of Labor.
Social ,fare and Public Health
of the Itpublic of Panama.
The- igreemeni signed this
morjilng-provides for $4,000 for a
consultant's office under the
SCISP to help Panama's Health
DeptrtnRitt in the health educa-
tion campaign now ready to start,
and inodher $(4,700 for the cam-
paigp Itaelf under the Republic
of PanamA's Section 'of Health
Edugatio! L

Ponoma Blockade
Runners Release
Asked By Consul
HONG KONG, Aug. 22 (UP)-
Panamanian consul Mario Guil-
len leaves here today for Formo-
sa to try to gain the release of
two. Panamanian registry ships
detained there by the Chinese
Nationalists for trying to run the
blockade to Red China.
It is ut hofIlally suggested here
that PanalBa may levy finte-as
high as $)0,00 on PanamA re-
gistry blockade runner .
(PanaMt recently tok drastic
steps to'Wt teeth" in her regu-
lations control contraband


Agkeement was xached a-ter
several weeks of intensive *roat
,by the Health Xdutation Chief,
Oullermo E.-BelefVo C., Who Is
also In charge of public health
statistics in the $epulic oI Pan-
amA, and Dr. David Piper, a
health educator from the'Inati-
tUte of Inter-American Affairs,
of Lima, Perd. .


he program provides for
equipment, printing and audio-
visual materials'in health edut-
cation, and for pers0inel. The
program will start next month,

Air Force Auayse"

remains of Red Mg

Capred By Navy
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP)-
The United States Navy has cap-
tured a Russlari-built Mik-15 jet
fighter '"fairly Intact." It is ,be-
ing analyzed minutely by Air
Force engineers.
The Mig was shot down about
a month ago by British and Unit-
ed, States fylers operating from
carriers off the West coast of
Korea.
South Korean troops aided in
salvaging the- fighter, which fell
in shallow water.
No body was found In the cock-
pit. It Is believed the plot bailed
out some distance away. ..-
It Is doubtful whether this MIg
can be restored to fying condi-
tion.
Consideration Is however been
given to trying t gett i nto the
air again, or alt katvely pro-
ducing in the Untd Staote a
co of the Mig which qan theP
be ted against a Sabre In con-
troed competitive tests.
Analysis of the remains of a
Mig previously found In rose
showed the power rating -of the
Mfg e n g.1 n e. developedfro
gin. .


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W,",. mnral an expert on tIe disease
fromnume hnternatiotal organi-
zation to work with tlh commit-
tee and aidt it the dissemina-
tion of information and. the pro-
viding of technical assistance.
Panama took the floor and de-
clared It was fully in agreement
with the proposal and offered the
Republic of Panama, as a base
for the working of the commit-
tee. Discussion on the proposals
followed. Dr. Ervin Z. Elchhorn,
(Continued on Page 6. Col. 3)

Mrs.Dee On Ba

Faces $2,00 Fh,


The American cashier at the
Panama Railroad freight house
Mrs. Mina Dee, who was found
guilty yesterday on a charge
of falling to account promptly
and fully for public funds, will
hear her sentence ?Monday itn
the U. S. District Court in An-
con.
According to Title 5, Section
623 of the Canal Zone Code.
Mrs. Dee is subject to "punish-
iment by Imprisonment in the
penitentiary for not more than
*five years," or to a fine of not
more than $2,000, or both.
The first American woman to
be tried and convicted of a
felony in the history eof the U.
S. District Court in rAncon, is
free on $500 bail until Monday.
SI took the jury two hours
to turn in the guilty verdict
yesterday at 4:30 p.m. after a
six-day trial.


Juror William S. Jaffray re-
commended clemency for the
defendant. His suggestion was
supported by two other jurors.
He mentioned the fact that the
three felt Mrs. Dee had been
exposed to a faulty system that
offered temptation.
Mrs. Dee. who was "removed
for unsatisfactory service" from
her job as cashier effective
March 3 of this year, may not,
according to a Civil Service re-
gulation. be hired by the Fede-
ral Government for at least a
two-year period following her
conviction.

CZ Police Worn
,'Car Licenses Must

Be Kept Legible.
Canal Zone police are concern-
ed with the illegibilit of Isth-
mian license plates. They told
The PanamA American today
that the Canal Zone Code re-
quires.-car owners to keep "the
letters and numerals of license
tags In legible condition at all
times."
It Is the responafbility of every
i holderN and e ur
eona *an*e With the In Wi


UN Peace


Team Is


Of Accord With


S


ECOSOC Debate


Warms Up Over


Inflationary Dollar
e -


The third day of the extraor-
dinary meeting of the Economic
and Social Cogncll at the Hotel
Panama was highlighted
throughout the morning by back
and fortg wrangling over the
purchasing power of monetary
reserves and whether or not to
continue discussion of the prob-
lem which ended in failure At
the rsent conference o0 finan-
al exert In Washlngm.
United States Delegat Joh. S.
deBeers said there was Uw u-
fulness spending more time *e-
tracing their steps now and uig-
ed instead the discussions of
price ceilings which were not
covered by the Washington ad-
hoc committee report.
Argentina, Mexico and Hondu-
ras, however, objected strongly.
Argentina's Antonio Ca ero
carried the ball, insisting that
the committee vote on whether or
not the problem should be fur-
ther discussed here.
The group finally accepted his
proposal to continue when he re-
vised the wording to read "conti-
nuance of the discussion without
going Into.(U eeh" `** '
STheimenu a passed. ow


Per Dens Trops

Wfthdrawtq From

Ecuadorean Border
LIMA, Aug. 22 .(UP)-The Pe-
ruvian Government today denied
Ecuadorean Government reports
that Peruvian troops have start-
ed to withdraw from advanced
posts near the Ecuadbrean bor-
der.
The denial was made s repre-
sentatives of the mediating na-
tions-the United sBtates Argen-
tina and Brazil-were en route to
make an on the spot investiga-
tion of the border dispute.
Peri said It has neither with-
drawn nor reinforced any ad-
vance posts on the border since
the Aug. 9 and 10 shooting inci-
dents which Peru again charged
were provoked by drunken Ecua-
dorean soldiers celebrating their
national patriotic day.
Diplomatic officials attached to
the Organization of American
States said in Washington today
that they felt the Council of the
OAS should keep out of the bor-
der controversy between Peri and
Ecuador until mediation at-
tempts by the four powers, as
provided for 4n the Rio Protocol
of 1942, have been tried.
The Council' representatives,
admitted that they had discussed
the subject unofficially among
themselves, but felt that there
was little sentiment in favor of
OAS intervention In the affair.


$1.000.000,000 the Latin American
countries lost because of punt-war
inflation "conservative."
"In face of our previous exper-
ience.', he said, "It is unavoidable
(Continued oni Page 6, Col. 2)

Civfi Se Sets

New gulions

On Job Downgrading
Local 595 of the Natlonal Fed-
eration of Federal Employes has
just received word-from National
Headquarters ef a change in Per-
sonnel Regulations of the Civil
Service Commission regarding
the downgrading of positions.
The new ruling considered fa-
vorable to employee' interests.
The text of the,new regulation
follows;
"The Civil Service Commission
has scheduled for publication in
the Federal Register that under
section 25.103, (#) Employes who
on the effective dfte of Title VI of
Cla s qaAct of 1949 oe-
hich hmmg-
diotely ior to such date W*er
subject to the Classification Act
of 1923, as amended, (2) which
were initially allocated to any of
the grades of the Classification
Act of. 1940 in the manner pre-
scribed therein and (3) which
thereafter are reduced below
such grade, may continue to re-
ceive the same rates of basic
compensation which they receiv-
ed on the effective date of the
action taken to reduce the grade
of such position, so long as they
remain in the same position
which they occupied on the ef-
fective date of Title VI.
"(1) The rate of basic compen-
sation of a subsequent appointee
to such position shall be fixed In
accordance with the other appi-
cable provisions in this subpart."

Funeral Services
Set Today For
Mrs. Constantine
Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
Constantine, 73, wh. died last
night at Gorgas Hospital, will be
held at 3:30 this afternoon at the
Greek Orthodox Church in Colon,
and will be followed by burial at
the Mount Hope Cemetery.
Mrs. Constantine was the wid-
ow of Captain John Constantine;
a Panama Canal pilot. Bo.h were
long-time residents of Colon.
She is survived by two .chil-
dren, Mrs. Barbara Hutching of
Las Cumbres, and Lazarus Con-
stantine of Mexico City, and also
a niece and nephew, George and
Callope Katulas of Colon,


Jilted Mute's Fingers Admit

Attacking 2 Arkansas Girls
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LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Aug. 22-
(UP)-A "girl crazy" deaf-mute's
flying fingers told authorities to-
day he bought a pistol and knife
to kill a girl who "jilted" him,
then used the weapons in an un-
provoked attack on a pretty teen-
ager and her older sister.
PulaskiCounty Prosecutor Tom
Downie said Youangblood signed
a statement admitting he shot
and wounded Elizabeth Avery, 15,
and stabbed her 17-year-old sis-
ter, Virginia.
Downie, who questioned the
dark-haired mute through a
sign-language interpreter, said
Youngblood told of his Intentfon
to kill an unidentified girl in
Pine Bluff, Ark., who had "jilted"
him.
'Downie charges of assault
with i Ls t r kl will be filed
against if theyoung-
er girls MBuW her wounds. Both
girl wrNe Ierted in Improved
cond=i o n. h qpWtal here to-
day.
Asked e aacked the sis-
tersm. i aw wled on a
piece wafticrazy, girl


crazy." The interpreter quoted
the mute as saying he became
angry when the girls scorned his
advances at a movie here.
Officers said Youngblood trail-
ed the girls from the movie to a
house next door to their home.
As they approached their front
yard their assailant uttered an
unintelligible sound and rushed
them. Youngblood jammed the
pistol in the younger girl's stom-
ach and fired. He slashed the
older girl's arm and shoulder with
the knife and fled.
A passing .motorist, J. B. Sin-
gley of Little Rock, picked up
Youngblood on a highway near
here later. When Singley stopped
at a drive-in. Youngblood hand-
ed him a note:
"I've Just killed two people in
Little Rock. Sorry. I want to give
up."
At police headquarters, Young-
blood penned a jerky story of his
wanderings through the otmth
and of his constant frustration
in trying to dati girls who re-
fused his advances because of h s
affliction. .


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Wild Hurricane


Lashes Tampico


At 130_m.p.h.

TAMPICO, Mexico, Aug. 22,
(UP, Heavy rains and winds
lashed this coastal port this
morning as the vicious 130 m.p.h.
hurricane began to move inshore
from the Gulf of Mexico.
It was expected to strike the
coast just north of here this af-
ternoon. I
Tidal waves are anticipated.
The Government is organizing
the evacuation of the crowded
and low-lying eastern section of
this city. A fleet of trucks and
busses and private cars Is carry-
ing residents to higher ground.
Federal troops are guarding
the evacuated sections from loot-
ers.
Store windows have already be-
gun to break before the gale.
Sandbag levees have been
thrown round Tampico's Poza Ri-
co oilfield, Mexico's richest and
many homeowners are strength-
ening their palm-built dwellings
with props.
Ships riding at anchor in the
harbor have been battened down,
and tw large tankers, the-18 de
Mrso and the Veracrua,_ havp
put out t se in the hope of rid-
mgUette form In the lee of Lo-
bos Island.
The hurricane is now moving
north again after spending two
days churning aimlessly In the
Gulf of Mexico.
.It haa already claimed at least
150 lives In Jamaica and Yuca-
tan.

Floating Body Was
Selario Davis, 45,
Colombian Laiuchman
The body of the man found
floating yesterday In Manaznillo
Bayin Colo6n Beach has been
identified as Selarlo Davis, 45
year old Colombian who was a
member of the crew of the
Launch Porto Bello, owned by
Tagaropolous, S.A.


Davis had not been reported
missing by the master of the ves-
sel, according to a police report.
The Porto Bello is dde to ar-
rive in Colon tomorrow morning,
and it will be boarded in the Bay
upon arrival by detectives from
Col6n for further investigation.
The launch had sailed from Co-
l6n Sunday morning, en route to
Cocle del Norte in the Republic
of Panama.


TOKYO, Aug. 22 (UP) The official spokesmanfwr
Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy's team of negotiators virtually .
wrote off hope for a Korean armistice last night.
The spokesman, Brig. Gen. William P. Nuckols, md ,
the Reds at Kaesong were "immune to military logic, obh- .'
durate in their politically tainted demands, inscrutable h~
presenting them, and adamant to any adjustment."
And the United Nations Command radio, comment- '
ing on Communist charges that the'United Nations troop
have violated Kaesong neutrality agreements, said te
Reds had turned Kaesong into "a universal symbol for bad
faith." '"


Britain Ready


To Leave Iran


As Talks Fail

TEHERAN, Aug. 22 (UP) -
Iran today failed to accept a Brit-
ish ultimatum In the crucial oil
talks and the British delegation
readied itself to return to Lon-
don.
Chief British negotiator Rich-
ard Stokes had told Iranian pre-
mier Mohamed Mossadegh that
the Britons who have run Iran's
olifields since thelk discovery
could not stay on the job unless
they were guaranteed "efficient"
meaning British manage-
ment.
MOssddegh 'lhils mdfilng re-
ceived. overwhelming votes of
confidence from both the Senate
and the House of Representatives
when he told them he had pro-
posed the formation of an Inter-
national board of management
consisting of one Briton, one
Iranian and one representative of
a neutral third state.
Stokes declared such split re-
sponsibility to be quite Impossi-
ble.
In LOndon Prime Minister Cle-
ment Atlee called another emer-
gency meeting of Cabinet and his
military advisers to face up to
the decision on whether or not
to evacuate all Britons from Iran,
Attlee's problem is how to hold
on the world's largest oil re-
finery, built by the Anglo-Iran-
ian Oil Company at Abadan,
without the use of force and mili-
tary Intervention.

Gas Cylinder Explosion
Kills 1, 30 Injured


GLASGOW, Aug. 22 (UP) A
gas cylinder blew up thunder-
ously today in the engineroom
of the freighter Ciudad de Bar-
quisimeto being built there for
the Flota Mercante Gran Colom-
blana.
One man was killed, two are
missing and 30 Injured.


Although labeled both
a failure so far, the negot*
in the joint sub-committee*"w
scheduled to go on today.
The talks receded lito -
background of the crackling a1
of words between the chief d *
gates and a sizzling propagg
campaign by Communist b.- -
casters.
The committee men werm fl^--
ged down, apparently owithel
hope of compromise, on the
standing problem of where to -
draw an armistice line acrossei'
rea.
Nuckols' unpromising descrI4.
tion of the Communist attitude
at Kaesong was the first offiial
acknowledgement that the 1k4 ,W
had got nowhere, and the out=
was wholly negative.
Peiping radio had earl*I .
ported the sub-commltte. I-.
was deadlocked over the
tce lHi tW h l |

United at one M
stalling till the united
Congress passes the m
budget. -
The Communists have forum : :
protested to the 'United. NESen
command that United NaRM
planes strafed and destroyed
Communis; jeep travelling undr '
a white flag, and by a secon-ar.
road. to the peace conferende
Sunday.
Joy has explained repeaLedly to
the Communists that the Unpite
Nations cannot guarantee .oo
ference-bound vehicles safe con-
duct unless their route and t me
of travel is notified in advay e.
North Korean General Nl II
has already rejected as
factory Joy's reply to his p1 M-l
over the killing of the lead 0 "
a Chinese patrol within the-K
song neutral zone Sunday. .
The United Nations Comma"
radio claims the killing was t0O
work of a Korean civilian parti-
san, and said the Kaesong ar-
rangements leave the Reds the
responsibility and firepow.to
police the neutral zone ag *'
such partisans.
It is now obvious the Commu-
nists chose Kaesong as the site
of the ceasefire talks in order to
intimidate the United Nations ne-
gotiators by a show of force.


Reds Stage 'People's Funeral


Lots Of Cameras, No Corpse


PEACE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 22
(UP) Communism, which
c r e a t ed "People's Democracy"
and gave the world the "People's
Court" has come up with some-
thing new the "People's Fun-
eral."
It was held in a battered grade
school in the Kaesong neutral
zone for a Chinese patrol leader,
claimed by the Communists to
,have been ambushed Sunday by
U.N. troops inside the Kaesong
demilitarized area.
Three Western correspondents
who were invited to attend as
"props" for what turned out to
be a carnival-like propaganda
show, returned to this base to
describe the wierd event.
The corpse, they said. was as
conspicuously missing from the
"People's Funeral" as is justice
from the "People's Courts."
The three correspondents were
Ronald Noble, of British Broad-
casting Corporation television.
James Healy, ACME newsplcture
photographer and Bernard Ka-
plan of Reuters (British) news
agency.
They were invited to attend by
Alap Winnington, London Daily
Worker correspondent covering
tie Kaesong talks from the Com-
munist side.
The correspondents said the
funeral services appeared to be
awaiting their arrival. -


Promptly as they appeared a
squad of North Koreans began
parading, armed with funeral
wreaths instead of, guns.
A throng of Chinese and North
Koreafi soldiers and Korean ci-
vilians stood at the entrance of
the building.
As the correspondents came
into view Communist cameras
began grinding.
The correspondents reported
that a group of Korean women.
dressed in traditional white
gowns and with their lips and
cheeks brightly rouged, promptly
descended on them as they en-
tered the room.
They began hurriedly stitching
black mourning bands on their
arms while the Communist ca-
meras ground. The protests of
the correspondents went unheed-
ed. they said. even when one of
the women jabbed a needle Into
Noble's arm, provoking a howl of
pain.
Winnington, the correspondents
said. explained that the arm
bands were "an old Chinese tra-
dition."
It was explained to them that
in accord with another "old
Chinese custom" the body of teI
"martyred soldier, Yao Ching


Hsiang," was not brought to the
funeral ceremonies.
It was represented, instead,.y
a table in the center of the room,
draped in white and covered with
Korean and Chinese slogans anA
with floral displays of hyacinths
and sunflowers.
Gen. Nam II, chief Communist
peace negotiator, stood near the
table, puffing a cigaret, his face
expressionless.
"Suddenly, as if by signal," the
correspondents said, "two row-
of Chinese and North Koreaf
6ol'ters none of them armed'
-- marched Mntl the room at a
trotting pace
*They halted, stood at atten-
tion and f.ced toward the white*,
draped table where Chinese ne:.
gotiallor Tung Hua stood with.
ared head
'Then someone. rememle
the people ot Kaeson who
posedly were staging the tu
unceremoniously shoved foWK.d
a group of civilians, moatlylB4
en.
"Strains of music from
cordion drifted in fro a
way. A choir of y
joined in, lin A nV .
Tung Hua aid lTaoi
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vlation of the tt
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ILLIONS IN SMOKE Clouds of smoke roll skyward as
,Ine fire companies fight a blazinR warehouse at Horseheads,
T.. . near Elmira. The fire, which caused damage estimat-
a t several million dollars, started on orooerty of the City
SInvesting Co. of New York.


Shipping & Airline News
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"Aurosa Borealis"
Leaves For Japan
The Aurora Borealis which was
seriously damaged some weeks
ago when It hit the bank of the
Canal, left Xesterday for Japan,
after having been laid up 20 days
for repairs. Owned by S. G. Em-
biritos and Compapy, a Greek
firm, but flying a Panamanian
flag, the ship reloaded a cargo of
coal. Local agent las C. Fernie and
Company.
"Tayback" Converts
Stowaway to Crewman
A 17-year-old Costa Rican boy,
Carlos Cruz. who begged the cap-
tain of the Taybak to take him
on in Punta Arenas as a crew-
man was refused. So he became
a stowaway aboard the ship, He
was apprehended by authorities
when the Taybakl reached Bal-
boa. At that time, the skipper re-
lented, and hired the willing lad
as a member of the crew.
The Taybak is carrying a load
of manganese ore to Baltimore

Dixie Senator Urges

Cohton Stockpile

For US Armed Forces
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP)
Sen. John C. Stennis, D.,
Miss., proposed yesterday that
the Senate Preparedness Sub-
committee consider the desir-
ability of stockpiling cotton and
possibly other farm products.
"It seems to me that we
should certainly stockpile some
cotton for the possible future
military needs, and if it is go-
ing to be done, it ought to be
done this fall while the 1951
crop is going, to the market,"
Stennis said.
Stennis made the suggestion
in a letter to Chairman Lyn-
don B. Johnson, D., Tex., of the
Preparedness Subcommittee.
. "I think your subcommittee
could well conduct an Inquiry
a- to the full facts with refer-
ence to the available and pros-
pective supplies of cotton, the
prospective needs of this fiber
by the armed services and the
over-all desirability of stock-
piling this essential commodity
from the present crop," he said.
In the course fo such an in-
quiry, Stennis added, the pre-
paredness group might well be
able to "develop some needed
facts about the consideration
farm production is receiving In
relation to that accord indus-
try production for defense."
Our government has not
been laggard, in extending to I
Industry guarantees and con-
cessions assuring Its profitable
participation in the billion-dol-
lar-a-week defense program."
"We must see that the na-
tion's farmers are also given
the opportunity to operate pro-
fitably in making their equally
important contribution," Sten-
nis said.


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Tuna hlips Still
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The Gold Star. Emma RS. and
the Marico-all tuna boats-are
tied up in Balboa, at Dock 14
waiting to trans-ship their load
of tuna Sunday.

VYp Sure Truman

iCan Take 1952

Presidential Race
WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP)-
Vice President Alben W. Barkley
said yesterday that President
Truman can be re-elected In 1952
even if the Republicans nominate
Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower.
He emphasized, however, that
he has "no information what-
ever" on Mr. Truman's intentions
about seeking another White
House term.
He said the question of Mr. Tru-
man running again "has never
been discussed between us, or in
my presence."
Barkley discussed the 1952 pol-
itical outlook in a copyrighted In-
terview with the weekly news
magazine U.S. News & World Re-
port.
He conceded that Eisenhower
has "great appeal for the people
of this country" and said the gen-
eral's military background should
be no bar to his nomination for
president.
But he said he Is confident that
President Truman would defeat
"any candidate now mentioned"
for the Republican nomination. ,
Elsenhower was the only po-
tential GOP nominee discussed by
name.
The other current leading pos-
sibility Is Sen. Robert A. Taft. R.,
Ohio.
Democratic political strategists,
Including the President himself,
long have voiced confidence in
Mr. Truman's ability to beat Taft,
despite public opinion polls which
currently show Taft ahead In
voter popularity.
Borkley denied vigorously
that the Democratic Par$y would
suffer from "a dearth of good
candidates" if Mr. Truman should
decide not to run, agal,0 But he
did not name any other Demo-
crats he considers presidential
possibilities.
Barkley said foreign policy
probably will be a major issue In
the 1952 campaign, even though
it "ought not to be" ...
He said his confidence that Mr.
Truman can be re-elected is bas-
ed in part on this belief that "the
foreign policy of the Truman Ad-
ministration has been sound."

13 Dead, 20 Burned

As Plane Collides

Wfth Army Truck


FORT DIX, New Jersey, Aug.
22, (UP) Thirteen are .dead
and 20 Ihnured following the
crash of r two-seater training
version of: the Shooting Star jO
fighter close by a group of 54 sol-
diers training near here.
The soldler4 were climbing a-
board a truck Monday after-
noon when the plane crashed on
its belly about 50 feet away, en-
veloping the truck in blazing
fuel.
The plane had just taken off
from McGuire Field.
Ten soldier* and the two pilots
were killed outright. The rest of
the victims have since died from
burns.
One survivor said: "All we saw
was fire coming at us a ball of
fire. Someone yelled 'Hit the
ground' and we did.
"There was a terrific whoosh
and flames shot up all around.
"All those killed were in the
truck. They were going to ride,
and we were mounting to walk."
Another said the heat on the
ground was so great the tent in
his pack caught fire.
He said: "I saw one man with
nothing on but his shoes and a
burning cartridge belt, running
round crazylike.
"We threw sand on him for a
while trying to put the fire out."


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SSMv Dnouam1cy, u .w .uM
Easte writer onc ac aed.-.of
Russlan espionge.., .
Clubb told u JIMUge
American AcJ tvl euntt*Of
Hull wrote di a1-.adon
aular. offluaIs in 01. t.at
"at the Instane ot Sean. Robert
X. Wagner I take l pl ie T
introducing" Miss Smk. The
reference was to form 0A:
Robert P. Wagner, D.,. t.
Clubb also conceded that i'
was wrong when he told the
conlmlttee *last March 14 that
to thb best of hl J nowlde
and belief he never
take Chambers, f -
munast couie O
He voluntary y *ubUted 'a
diary showing he **|e amb-
er in .the o ces. o' Mes
gazine In 1932.
Club, one' of the State De-
partment's "'O Cl)lna Hands,"
nas been suspended as head
of its division of Chinese af-
fairs pending a security cheak.
Thirteen of 26 department
officials recer)tly brought un-
der investiga on. have been.
cleared.
The diary referred to the-'ew
Masses as a "horrible rag" aa&d
described Chambers a8t "'a0t.f-
ty-eyed, unteempt creature who
nevertheleu ;showed consider-
able force anh direction in ask-
ing me .:.bqua tne Red move-
ment in; Chia.' i
Clubb testified that Miis
Medley. gave -inm a letter of
Introduction to- Walter Carmon,
former"editor of New Masek.
He said he met Chabes.;i
he magazine's New., Ytokt pf'-
fices when he went to' call op'
Carnnon. Clubb said he also mot
leftist Walter Michael Ctold
there.
Miss Smedley o0ce w a Iden-
tified in .a Far Eastern army
report as a. Communilt spy, but.
the 'Army Withdrew the docitu
ment after Miss Smedley, a
newspaper writer, threatened to
sue. '
Maj. Gen. tcharles A. Wil-
loughby,' Goen Douglas MacAr-
thur'stormef intelligence chief,
recently told the committee .he
still stand behid the W ePort.
Clubb t ie4at H -lot-I
ter, wm..ttn ~on. State Depart-
ment eatIonryM:,arch 4, 1934,
asked U. S. diplomats in China
to "extend such courtesies" to
UMiu Smedley "as yon may be
al01 to render co .sitent with
yo1 eoffielat dutieA.


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side. I llce' it mchelf chiefly be-
Safte ofAhee wealth eof honor
cards in te s hand, but many fine
pris would Cvenider the hand
jua shade too weak for one no-
trunmp. -,'
North's respoibe of two clubs
was the S&ayman Convention,
asking South to show a major suit
f possible. South dutifully show-
eisbladdable hearts and North
prompUytyised to game.
iWesbOpezn2d the ~I~g of spades,
arird Urs wori with the ace. ife
then lait down the ace of hearts
and continued with a low heart,
alidwlng East to'take thle king
and jasc, East then returned a
spade, forcing dummy to ruff.
The tin for caution had now
arrived.' Should declarer rely on
the success of either the club or
the diamond finesse?
Uris saw that neither finesse
would be needed, if the clubs
broke reafsnablywell, so he cau-
tiously took the ace of clubs and
led another club toarm d dummy.'
West could not affOrdoto play low
since then declare, with no loss
in clubs, could- afford to give up
a diamond trick. Hence Wet had
to putup his king of clubs.
West returned a diapnond, but
dummy putVp the ace and cash-
ed three goo eltubs so that outh
could discard three -.
The contract was th' bld
and brought homer ,
l-Nay'.


IMl ion here. the l bor
- also confirmed reports'
1.atAfk eofflals want to pull
out United Labor Poruy
Thcgroup was formed after the
Koxa war by CIO, AFL and in-
dependent unions.
Oema bild "it would be eno
exaggeratin to say the Con.
gresq of the United States has
pMrve 4Meltf the line of least
replietmee to rampant infls-
tion and the weakest link In
our chalanof defense against
Communist aggression.
"The men who are responsible-


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Mae Labor PolU coam-
Green.'"aerves no
Srpose unless we can get
e in a united move."
Ir had hoped to present a
front on labor Siues -on-
with the war effort
tto f the committee.
een aid APL' eaeoutive
u has recommended that It
pu away from the CIO Ua the
committee In a report due at the
aoImng AFL convention.
"But there has been nopoiltlve
4deelon," Greeo sald. "The mat-
ter ill be repoiied to the con-
ventlon and will be acted upon
there."
The labor official said the
working man should "suffer
the delusion that It misht be
possible to do business wlHtniB
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l the welfare.of tb people and The
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rIrish Bob Murphy Odds


5- To-8 Over Joey Maxim



In Tonight's Title Fight


BULLETIN
NEW YORK, Aug. 22--South-
paw Bob Murphy had a one-
ound advantage over Light-
eay weight Champion Joey
Maxim when they weighed in
today for their title fight to-
night. Murphy weighed 1741.i
while Maxim tipped the scale"
Iat i173L2.-


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Joey Maxim .



La Boca 9 Wins Local Rate

Little League Championship
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LOCAL RATE
(Championship Series)


TEA'MS- Won
Ifill La Bocans. .. 3
Twin City Rookies 1


Ifill La Bocans captured the
1951 championship of the Local
Rate Little League by edging
Twin City Rookies, 2 to 1, yester-
day at Red Tank, in the fourth
game of the five-game champion-
ship series.
In the thrilling series. Twin
City, copped the opener, 10 to 6,
but bowed to fill La Bocans in
the second tilt, 13 to 9. The third
game went to the La BOcans, 13
to 9, when Robert Pate chalked
up a local record by blasting out
four homers in four times at bat.
Blessed by Monsignor Wilson at
the impressive candlelight bene-
diction, held at the La Boca Ball
Park, Sunday night, the Ifill La
Bocans played inspired ball yes-
terday to win the fourth encount-
ed and the championship of the
loop.
In yesterday's game, Robert
Pate and Ram6n Jimenez hooked
up in another spine-tingling
pitching duel.


Service Sports
Lt. Claude Luke of the Air Force
and Lt. Col. Weldon Laiche of the
Army will meet in the Inter-Ser-
vice Tennis Championship final
at Fort Amador this afternoon at
four o'clock.
The Air Force lieutenant de-
feated Army Capt. Herbert Keith
Sunday in his semifinal match,
6-1, 6-0, 6-1. while Col. Laiche in
another straight-set semifinal
match defeated Cpl. Sol Scalfani.
Air Force, 6-1. 6-1, 6-2.
On Saturday the first matches
of the doubles competition will
be played at 8 a.m. with Lt. (jg>
C. 0. Robins and Lt. J. E. Lepeteh,
Navy, playing Sgt. John Tully and
Lt. Luke, Air Force, while Lt.
Cmdr. J. E. Haines and HMLC J.
W. Hale, Navy, play another Air
Force team, Cpl. Scalfani and
Cpl. Richard Weaver. on the oth-
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Pate blanked Twin City for five
frames then yielded a lone tally
in the sixth when R. Molinar
reached first on an error, stole
second, and sped across the plate
when C. Garnett rifled a two-
bagger to right field. Twin City
collected but three hits.
In his route-going job, Jiminez
yielded te nhits to the red-hot
Ifill La Bocans who scored single
tallies in the second and third
frames.
Technical Sgt. Roberts gave
another flawless exhibition of
umpiring behind the plate. Checa
and Coppin worked smoothly on
the bases.
The box score follows:


IfillLa Bocans- AB R H
R. Brown 2b. ........ .4 1 2
I. Lord, ss........ .. 3 0 0
E. Best, 3b.......... 4 0 2
R. Pate, p ...........3 0 0
C. Caddle, If...... .. 3 1 1
L. Ifill. c .. .... .. 3 0 1
C. Layne. rf ........ 3 0 2
G. Payne, cf ........ 3 0 0
R. Inniss, Ib...... .. 3 0 2
Totals .... .... .. .. 29 2 10
Twin City Rookies- AB R H
H. Holder. 3b-2b...... 1 0 0
H. Gillings, ss-2b. .... 1 0 0
A. Titus, lb......... 3 0 0
R. Jim6nez, p.. ......3 0 0
R. Molinar 3b-ss .. 3 1 0
C. Garnett, lf ........ 3 0 2
L. Blades, c. ........ 3 0 1
R. Blades, cf .. ......2 0 0
O. Maynard, rf .... .. 3 0
Totals .. .... ...... 22 1 3
Score By Innings
Ifill La Bocans 011 000-2
Twin City Rookies 000 001-1
Umpires: Tech. Sgt.- Roberts,
Checa and Coppin. Time of Game
-55 minutes:
Leading Batsmen of Series
AB H Ave.
Carlos Caddle i). .. 10 6 .600
C. Garnett TC .... 9 5 .556
Earl Best II.. .. ... 14 7 .500
Robert Pate I, ... 13 6 .461
C. Layne (It ...... 12 5 .417
R. Brown II .. .... 10 4 .400
L. Blades (TC, .... 11 4 .364
H. Holder iTCi .... 11 4 .364
R. Molinar ,TC) .... 12 4 .333
R. Innis (I) .... .. 12 4 .333


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Sylva Carpenter Wins

Low Gross In Monthly

P. W. G. A. Tournament
-- - -
Sylva Carpenter led a field of
21 entrants at the Fort Davis Golf
Club in the August P. W. 0. A.
tournament with a low gross
score of 45-45-90. Even though
full handicap was allowed all
scores were high due to a very
wet course.
Other prize winners were:
1st Low Net: Edith Mathieson-
74.
2nd Low Net: Reyna Anderson
and Doris Hamilton-76 each.
3rd Low Net: Grace Dehlinger
77.
4th Low Net: Siddy Hipson-
79.
5th Low Net: Ellen Kenna-80.
6th Low Net: Madelon Garrett,
Helen Carnright and Pauline
Marsh-81 each.
7th Low Net: Jouise Jones--83.
8th Low Net: Marion Taylor-
84.
Other scores were:
Pauline Klevan: Net 85.
Louise Reynolds: Net 89.
Birdie Gorsuch: Net 89.
Jane Simpson: Net 89.
Georgiana Mau: Net 89.
Hattie Kernick: Net 90.
Mabel Sneider: Net 91.
Ruth Daniel: Net 92.
Margaret Cantrell: Net 94.
Watch for further announce-
ments concerning the Women's
Isthmian Championship which is
sponsor dby the Panama Golf
Association. This event will be at
the Panama Golf Club in Sep-
tember.


Harry Matthews

KO's Jose Basora

In Fourth Round
PORTLAND, Ore., Aug. 22 (UP)
-Harry "Kid" Matthews, 172, of
Seattle, technically knocked out
Jose Basora, 17214, of Puerto Ri-
co. in two minutes 33 seconds of
the fourth round of a scheduled
ten-round main event in the
Portland Auditorium.
A crowd of 4,426 paid a gross
gate of $17,791 to watch Mat-
thews score his fourth straight
knockout in Portland this year.
It was his seventh straight vic-
tory.
Matthews had Basora conquer-
ed virtually from the first punch
In the first round--a hefty left.
Basora's manager, Eddie Walk-
er, was trying to get the referee's
attention when the arbitrator
called the match. Walker said.
SThere was no sense of my boy
taking more punishment He was
in a daze."'
Matthews rocked Basora in the
first round after two opening
fakes, then he moved into a slow
shuffling feeling out game Bas-
ora was still shaken early In the
second after Matthews closed fast
In the first.
Basora dropped to the canvas
for the first time in the second
on two left Jabs. Ten seconds lat-
er. at 1 43, he went down again
before Matthews' powerful left.


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BURGIN ARRIVES Ohio Featherweight Champion Eddie
Burgin, (with hat> accompanied by co-manager Johnny
Joiner, is shown getting off the plane last night at. Tocumen
Airport. Burgin is scheduled to meet Panama 126-pound
Champ Federico Plummer in a ten-round battle at the Colon
Arena Sunday night. Tomorrow night Burgin will give a
three-round exhibition at the Panama National. Gym during
the regular weekly amateur boxing program. Meanwhile,
Plummer will workout on the Gold Coast for the benefit
of Colon fans.


NEW YORK, Aug. 22 (UP) -
Hard-hitting Bob'Murphy may be
a heavy 15-to-8) favorite by to-
night when he meets Light
Heavyweight Champion Joey
Maxim In New York. 0
There are three main reasons
why the fight followers like Mur-
phy. The red haired ex-sailor
from San Diego, California, has
fought more regularly than Max-
im-he throws more punches and
harder ones-and Murphy appar-
ently has licked the weight prob-
lem. There had been reports that
Irish Bob. wouldn't be able to
make the 175-pound limit. But,
after yesterday's workout. Mur-
phy scaled 174 at his training
camp in Greenwood Lake, New
York.
Officials at Madison Square
Garden predict a gate of at least
$50,000 for the 15-round title
match. Television and broadcast-
ing rights will bring in another
$100,000.
The defense will be Maxim's
first of 'the title he won from
Britisher Freddie Mills in Jan-
uary of 1950. Maxim's best chance
of winning the fight will be to
outbox the rugged ex-sailor.
However Irish Bob's constant
body attack and crushing left up-
percuts are expected to wear
down the 175-pound champion
before the end of the fight.
Maxim's manager, Jack Kearns
claims that Joey is sharper than
he has been for the last five
years.


Boston ..-.. ....
St. Louis ... .. ...
*Philadelphia......
Chicago'.. ......


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National League
TEAMS- Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn 74 41 .643 -
New York. 69 61 .575 71,2
St. Louis 56 56 .500 16!,.
Philadelphia 59 60 .496 17
Boston. . 55 59 .482 18/2
Cincinnati 53 64 .453 22
Chicago. .. 51 65 .440 2311
Pittsburgh 49 70 .412 27

Today's Games
Cincinnati at New York.
St. Louit at Brooklyn.
Pittsburgh at Boston (N).
Chicago at Philadelphia (N).

Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati 000 220 000-4 5 0
New York 010 000 06x-7 9 2
Ramsdell, Smith (5-4) Weh-
meler and Pramesa; M agie,
Jones, Spencer (9-4) and Wes-
trum.
FIRST GAME (12 Innings, Cur-
few called game of July 22)
Chicago .... .... ... 2
Philadelphia.......... 3

NIGHT GAMES
(Second Game)
Chicago .... ........ 1
Philadelphia.......... 4
ST. LOUIS at BROOKLYN
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)

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To 5 Survivors
8 OSCAR FRALEY
Unitd Press Sports Writer

NEW YORK, Aug. 22-Wary of
"being steamrollered like we were
the last time," major league ow-
ers cautiously reduced to five sura-
vivors yesterday the field for
baseball commissioner and plan-
ne! a Sept. 20 meeting at Chica-
go to elect A; B. Chandler's suc-
cessor.
There 'were 11 candidates on
the list when. yesterday's meet-
ing started, but six names were
slashed either because they were
not available or failed to survive
In the elitrnation.
"We aro In accord that any one
of the remaining five would be
satisfactory" announced chair-
rman Del Webb, owner of the New
York Yankees.
Webbo would not reveal any
names or t, m whieh fields the
five suriver came. But in-
formed sources hinted that they
were Gea. Duglaes MacArthur,
Califorasia Goveror arl War-
ren, National League President
Ford Prick, Minor League boss
George Trautman and Big Jim
Farley, chairman of the board,
of the Coea Cola Company.
"I can tell you that none-of the
five is unanimous," commented
Charles Comiskey, president of
the Chicago White Box.
To gai i the $65,000-a-year post
the winner must have three-
quarters of the 16 major league
votes.
"I think it is the right thing
that we are taking plenty of
time," said Fred Sailh, president
of the St. Louls Cardinals.
"Yes," agreed Warren Giles,
general manager of the Cincin-
nati Reds, "we don't want to be
steamrollered like we were at
Cleveland the last time."
.ite-was referring to Cbha
die's election in 194S, when be
was pushed into office in a coup
directed by Larry MacPhaI,
then president of the Yankees.
Webb announced that the com-
mittee named to "put more
teeth" into the new commission-
er's contract had made a "brief
report."
"Their report will be more de-
tailed when the executive council
calls the election meeting at Chi-
cago," he said. "That's where we
will decide on-the salary and
term of the hew commissioner's
contract, too."
Among those of the 11 believed
to have been "unavailable" be-
cause of the critical internation-
al situation were three military
men.
They were said to have been
Gen. Clifton B. Gates, Marine
Corps commandant; Maj. Gen.
Maxwell D. Taylor, former West
Point superintendent now Assist-
ant Chief of Staff of Operations
bnd Planning, and Maj. Gen. Em-
i mett (Rosie) O'Donnell, Jr., for-
mer cotnmandant of the Far Eat
Bomber Command.
Gov. Frank Lausche of Ohio,
previously mentioned prominent-
ly, earlier had thrown his sup-
p ort to Trautman. Another be-
ieved to have been "unavailable"
because of the strained political
situation was Stuart Symington,
RFC administrator.

Playground Sports
Everyone participating in the
Cristobal Summer Playground
Program is Invited to attend a
picnic tomorrow (Thursday,
Aug. 23) 11 a.m., at the Cristo-
bal Playground (in case of
rain, in the gym).
S Come early and bring a
hearty appetite.


S y nuwM rrm.

NEW YORK, Aug. 22 BoFby 4
sedueM's fit 20-gm.n winner ase I' 'I
to a 6-0 victory over the Senators at
He yieMed only si hits as he dtl
goal for the silth time the last one i0
won 228 gines qs a Major LAuear.
W 0e r.p.r W ma e RUe O
the, ..w ,lnon Senator fter- .
ed their tenth straight Sat ,
the Cleveland India=ns gi tig *st eo-r
3-0 lead in the second iftra 0 4 Mid
made It 5-0 in the third. Later, in,'a pton
Larry DOby hit his 19t home run allowed eight
of the season to create the final Oarglola'
6-0. count. The win kept thelp- The Phlla
diani one game ahead of the mAc- a 3-2 twelve
ond place New York Yankees, the Chicago
The Tanks kept pace by night game
am ang 17 hits to wblpthe curfew endi
Detroit igeii 11-4 In a Iogg started July
Stdium night sentest. Gene Paul Minner
Wooe ng led the pasalt with son with theta
four its and rookie leftband- home the wli
or Art Sehallek went the dis- Then the P
tanc for his second vihetry ular night |
against one less, Church, who
The C0icago White Sox regis- In relief, rell
tered 15 hIts to beat the Phila- serve victory
delphia Athletics 13-5 In a Comn-
iskey Park night game. Cuban n *t
Luls Aloma, who relieved starter *,n. 1
Baul Rogovin in the third inning,
went the rest of the day for his A
fifth wif without any defeatIr. ip l
The St. Loute Browns pushed
the Boston Red Box five games The Cristol
away from first place with a 6-4 ers have beep
setback. to prepare fo
NATIONAL LEAGUE boree at Mt.I
The NBw York Giants chalked Thirty-five
up theirTenth straight victory 7-4 getting them
over the Cincinnati Reds at the know all spo
Polo Wrounds to move within Palumbo lost
saven and one-half games of the teams and o
league leading Brooklyn Dodgers niors.
whose night game against the St. Having tall
Louis Cardinals was rained out. chances, he
The Giants came from be- back where
hind with three homers by Ed ago. Last f
Stanky, Whitey Lockman and would be, our
Wes Westraum t score six runs Sassara, Ba
In the eibth Inning to win. freshman Ed
Westrum's blust came with Johnson and
have all retui
r that leaves
turning letter
made team."
To Play In Cris bal spell he gri
count us out

Baske amay Tourny nt win
Sood fight.
Four. d.le fivwe fte ,.whllch after watch
will represent the Pacific side in work, you eo
the Summer Recreation Basket- S8moot and
ball TOurnameat to be held In scented a larg
Crfstobal on Aug. 24, will come for the Jamb
from Ancon. These Tigers
.. will d tA, t CrL it on the Atl


Anconj w ein sA J mwms o-.vr -
tobal to play in A, B, .C and D
classifications. The E League
team which Is to represent the
Pacific side will come from Gam-
boa.
These teams are the champions
of the Pacific side playgrounds
in the respective classifications,
and deserve a great deal of cred-
it for winning out over the other
U. S. rate Physical Education
units In the tough many game
schedules.
August 24, the day of the big
tournament, will bring together
the champions of the Pacific and
Atlantic sides in all five classifi-
cations of the Canal Zone for the
summer of 1951.


W4U7 hs Im
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t hits, inclu g
omerr.
llphia Phllies woe
e-inning ga4ee ov
Cubs In a Shibe Par
In completia of
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22. Relief pitcher
walked Bill Nichole
bases loaded to force
inning run.
Philllle won the reg-
game 4-1 am Bubbs
won th first gained
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Hope on Sept. 28.
spirited men arW
selves ready as ther.
ots are open. Coal
15 of h6 first two
nly eight were x*
ked to him about lW
said, "We are righ*
we were two yebrs
all I thought thi
year but sophomore
gby and Weaver;
Sears; Juniors Pete
Casey Zimmermian,
rned to the States so
us with only five re-
rmen out of e ready
Tr the crying-towel
ied and said, "Don*
yet, though. TIUI
lot.of spirit and they
but they will put up
ling this small group
Uld BBWjtVm 'spirit.
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ge traveling trophy
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American League
TEAMS- Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Cleveland.. 76 43 .639 -
New York.. 75 44 .680 1
Boston ... 70 47 .598 5
Chicago. . 65 53 .551 101,
Detroit .56 62 .475 1912
Washington 47 70 .402 28
Philadelphia 46 74 .383 301
St. Louis . 37 79 .319 37
Today's Games
Washington at Cleveland.
New York at Detroit.
Boston at St. Louis.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Yesterday's Results
NIGHT GAMES
Washington ...... ... 0
Cleveland.......... . 6
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MR. AND M ;RS. RANK I. DOLAN of Balboa have announced
the engagement of their daughter, Helen Barbara, to Albert
Clark, lon.tf Mr. Charles Olark of Patterson. New Jersey,
and the late Mrs. Clark. Miss Dolan, who attended Balboa
High School and Canal Zone Junior College,. is now employed
by the MiltaryTransportation Service. Mr. Clark, at present
"leTn as a.Radr n inltrst Class In the United Sttaes Navy,
is stationed at Norfolk, Virginia.
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AMBASSADOR JOHN WILEY GIVES RECEPTION
FOR PANAMk AND UNITED STATES DELEGATIONS
An informal stat reception was tendered by Ambassador
of the United States to Panama, John Cooper Wiley last
evening at the Embassy residence, honoring members of the
Panama and United States Delegations to the second extra-
ordinary session of the Inter-Amerlean Economic and Social
Council.
Two hundred guests Included high officials of the Pana-
ma Government, high Canal Zone officials, representatives
of Press and Radio, and others.
Tea Is Given In' Honor of their daughter, Miss Maria de
Prominent Socilety Ladles Rosario Ortiz Zevallos enter-
Honoring Mrs. Ignaclo Moll- tainted with a dinner recently
no, Jr., wife of the Minister of at the Embassy residence or
Foreign Relations: Mrs. Eloy La Cresta, honoring Miss Glor-
Banchez, wife of the Ambassa- lela Calvo on the occasion o:
dor of Nicaragua; and Mrs. her birthday.
Marco Raudales Planas wife of
the Nicaraguan Mi4iter to MHse Gu9sts Deart
Panama' Mrs. Joseph Maher Miss Blettha Frojan of Hono-
gave a tea at her residence In lulu andvMilss Olga ,Frojen o:
Golf -Heights yesterday after- New Yoti, who-have been visit-
noon. .g aptaMn and Mrs. Amnie
S. Winterhaler oftthe 15th Nava
"Despealda" Dinner Fs Are lavgte' today bI
As a "despedida" to Mr and planW for Mexico en -route to
Mrs. -L,. A. Koperakl who plan their homes in the United
to leave next month to make States and Hawaii, respectively
their home in the United States,
and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Fran- House Guests
cey, who are leaving on 4 va- Of Miss Core
cation of. tour months to be Missm SUe Core of Ancon has
spent in England and Ireland, as her house guests Dr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Fearon Mrs, Hartwig Kuhlenbeck ol
gave a dinner last evening at Pennsylvania, who have beer
their residence in Balboa. touring in South America and
I- arrived by. plane on the Isth-
rs. J. A. Curtis mus yesterday. ,
Gives Cocktail-Buffet '
MrsG J. A Curtis of Fort Kobbe
was hostess for a cocktail-bUf-
fet at her residence on Sunday
afternoon.
Included among the guests B
were Mr. E. M. Kruger, Mrs.
Lloyd Kent, Mrs. Hugh Hale,
Miss Bea Reyes. Miss Joan Hor-
ter, lss Barbara Fritz, Miss
Barbara Curles, Miss Mary Lea
Azcarraga, Miss Ginger Coffy,
Miss Elaine Lombard, Miss Roy-
na Reece, and Miss Betty Far-
rell.
Tea For Visitor
Entertaining for Mrs. Margot
Clare, whb recently arrived
from New Y6rk to spend some
time visiting her brother an
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ho-
raclo E. Clare. Jr., a group of
friends gave a tea in the Union
Club 'on Monday afternoon. C
Miss Glorlela Calvo Honored
At Peruvian embassy Dinner
Dean of the Diplomatic Corps,
Peruvian- Ambassador to Pan-
ama Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos
and Mrs. Ortiz de Zevallos with


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who has been very active in Ma-
sonic work and Secretary of the
organization for many years, s
leaving the Isthmus early in Oc-
tober to make his home in Texas.
All Master Masons have been
cordially invited.
Balboa Swimmiing Pool
To Be Closed Friday
The Balboa Swimming Pool will
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Dor. Kqleanbeck is a maIQ
of the f.-cult of the Won
Medical College of Pennsylvania.
Weas Cb Bridge Group
eles At J W Thurs say
.The weekly bridge group
tbe BalboI Woman's club wlA
meet on Thursday at the Jew-
ish Welfare Board Center ab
12:30 p.nr.
Brige Tournament
The Ancon Balboa Duplicate
Uridge association held its
weekly tournalnent in the card
room of the Hotel Tivoli on
Monday evening.
Winners were first. Major and
Mrs. W. N. Holladay; second.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Norris; third,
Mrs. Floitnce McNamara an
Mr. Paul Colby; fourth, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Kennedy; and fifth,
Mr. N. C. Adams and Mr. DO"
J'em~ffe.

Theater Guild Play
To Be Presented Tonight
"Good-bye My Fancy" is the
Play being presented by the
Canal Zone Theater Guild, this
vegat 8:00 p.m. at the
Dlato Clubhouse.
Leeal Masons to Honor
Robert T. Toone
On Thursday evening Darien
Lodge, A.F. and A.M.. will have
its traditional Past Masters' Night
preceded by a dinner at 6c30 at
the Scottish Rite Temple in Bal-
boa.


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CUMBERBATCH, Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert E. of Gatun, a son,. Aug.
10 at Colon Hospital.
SHANNON, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh
L. of GOatun, a son. Aug. 17 at CO-
lon HospItal.
TIOMAS, Mr. and Mrs. Nuelin
V. of Colon, a daughter. Aug. 17
at Colon Hospital.
PHILLIPS, Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
Of PanamA, daughter, Aug. 17
a Gorgas Hospital.
S8ALRY, Mr. and Mrs. I. C. of
'Oamboa, a daughter, ug. 17 at
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. FERNANDEZ, Mr.- and Mrs.
Luls of La Boca, a daughter, Aug.
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GREEN, Mr. and Mrs. 8. 0. of
Gamboa, a daughter, Aug. 18 at
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PRICE, Mr. and Mrs. 8. A. of
Paralab, a son, Aug. 19 at Qorgas
Hospital.
SMITH, Mr. and Mrs. D. M. of
Panama, a son. Aug. 19 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
GEORGE, Mr. and Mrs. R.E. of
Parque Lefevre, a son, Aug. 20*at
Gorgas Hospital.
GONZALEZ, Mr. and Mr. rlixf
of ArraijAn, a son, Aug. 20 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
LINO, Mr. and Mrs. Angel of
Rio Abajo, a son, Aug. 20 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
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HEADLEY, Stanley M., 35, of
Camp Blerd, Aug. 16 at Colon
Hospital. 0
JONES, Zacariah, 62, of Gam-
boa, Aug. 17 at Gorgas Hospital.
CLEALAND, Carmen, 4, of Pan-
ama, Aug. 17 at Gorgas Hospital.
CISNEROS, Antonio 48, bf
Panama, Aug. 19 at Oorgas Hos-
pital.
GARCIA, Maritza M.. 2, of Pan-
ama, Aug. 19 at Gorgas Hospital.
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A college girl herself Elaine was born and raised on the
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S tor. 0560-A Chogres Street, after Wish to place cat and three kittens Prices. Ove-night cabins at $2.00 are priced LOWER lion discldegaome tri e ago that firm. et alel a sa Wathng tb
SE0wacne, thewtngoueVidGeot sitvsclcmdnedy -to-w
FO SALE:-Sewing machine new. or more. Pretty. clean, healthy,Why not save money the Westinghoue and Geieral
4ight weight portable Universal FR SALE:-Ford946, wo door eat solid food. Telephone Ponam Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottag buying the best? Electric atomic ship ennes they learned that not one but
r'rotor. States price, $189.00. telephone 2-3640. 1554 Balsa 2-3067. Two bedrooms, Frigidoires, Rock. merely involve "different ap- three young men wr hoUia
Priced $100.00. Cristobl 3-1876. St. (Gviln Area). gas ranges.Balbo 2.3050. GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc. Koean Sm shhs to th sam1 ret'
FOR _SLE:-"1937 Bli-5.nO EYsLEa ebSmash'A p .enytoths,
FOR SALE:-9 ft 25 cycle West- FOR SAL:937 Buick Sedan, 4 FOR SAL HOTEL RAN-AMERICANO, El Voile. 279 Central Ave. marine would be almost selu- mean that E ytrope' prettles
inghouse refrigerator $150.00. door; 1939 Studeboker both in Special for August. Room with T'el. 3-0140. sufficient. It WOuld mean hugo rlnceri has ot yet bestowed het
1648. lebra Rd., Ancon. $20.00 for 15 days. Meals a la would purify the air within the The young swains'were Blly
FOR SALE-Ecuadorian straw ham- carte. Reservations Tel. Pan. 2- cudr rafthiself. Wallace, wealthy stea-son of
FOR SALE: Leaving. Option to FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 98 convert- mock Store "Eugenio Chon," 13 12. to o ialhpe the p Am an writer ert Ar
oportment. Will sell furniture bible 1949 model, Hydrmatic, -. St. E. Panamoa NCA engines will solve many of the Lord Dalkeith. son of the rtelc
ceap Con be seen to p.m. Brnd new Wtires, motor, bo- Houss ON BEH Sant Cl, in- technical problems of producing Duk e f Bccleueh and L
1st street No. 14, Apt. 9, Perejil. dy e cellent condition, duty paid. FOR SALE: Table model radio 5 expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL. Bal- with f 1:2 ZeIs lens atomic power forcivilian use and O llvy. son of the land-o g
Con be financed. Phone Balboa tube G. E., mahogany dressing boo 2820 or see caretaker. $249. pwer fr civilian ue and l
OR SALE:-New set of Peruvian 3535 or Panama 3-1025. table, 4 H. P. motor 25 cycle, 8TH ARMY HQ., Korea, Aug.wil lead the wayto later ndu- Earl o a Ariet.
silverware for 12 persons (forks, very cheap. Call after 5 p. m. Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa Clara. saving $s.00 22 (UP).--South Korean troops trial reactors. te, cabes and gifts w total
spoons, knives, etc.) solid silver ELLTODAY 951 0599-D, Mindi St., Ancon. Box 45. Balboa. Phone Panam INTE NATL ean mn-
925 on dhond make-152 pieces. mobile 88 Club Coupe. 1,500 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673. nist resistance on the east cen- They have said that because of
It's regular price $675.00 but miles. $850 cash, remainder cn MUS sell good clubs, set of woods JEWELRY, IN tral front tod after a five day the international situation they $200,000, a into te c e.
will sell at the bargain price of be financed. Phone 84-4110. and irons Putter and Bog. Call FOR R T battle inlhlh 3,000 Red troops are delayinlgwork on the "Ideal Bonfires burned fr~n the hill-
$425. Call telephone 3-0766 or Qtrs. 96-B. Big Tree. Fort Kobbe. Curundu, 765 after noon before 1~4 Central Ave. djo were killed and thousands more thing'-a power plant t to,. Just the d n
2-3438. After 4:3P p. m. eight. Apartment ing Internationl Hotel) wounded. would breed Its own fuel in fa- stormy night in 1930 When Mar-
2- A 4:pAptmen battle extended along 25 vor of a weapon that would give gan it histr
FOR SALE:-7 ft. Westinghouse re- FOR SALE OAPAALIIAMBRA APARTMENTS miles of rid~lnes In the rugged tiscountry a untod advan-Castle, sttig for Shkespeare'
frigerator. All porcelain. 1449-C OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SAL mountains. tgover Rs. the Soviets "Macbel.
frigertor. All porcelain. 449-C For sale to the highest bidder, Build- ode furnished-unfurnished apart areno further advanced in this .
O St. bo_ B S Motors ings Nos. 102, 104, 104S, Balboament. Contact office No. 8061, 10th L U X It saw one of the biggest con- eld than believed cost $25,000, nd th
Owens St.. l-Rilbo r. Boats & Motors wings Nos. 102, 104, 104S, Balboa St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386, Co- centrations of artillery fire anf Thel tthami believed. Cocos t $r.5,000,000Ofth
FOR SALE Reigerator rii-FOR SALE:17' bot all brass-screw Heights; 264 Ancon. Sealed bids will New The At c Energy Commis- mare ullbout 000,00
doire," 3 1-2 Yr. guarantee re- construction. Johnson 5-horse as be received in the office of the Sua VENETIAN some of the bloodiest fighting slon aniiounced lat April 14 that The rimary dferece be
mining, desk, Simmons couch, construction. itohn sol -c". perintenednt of Storehouses at Balboa TO RENT:-2 bedroom apartment, o5 BIthN batl the South it was sharply revsinglts atomic tweeth tee two reactuorp begln
mahogany, front room set, two tact B ll B th clutch Con- 0 a. m., September 7, rooks at Trpon Club or im$6500. Key 85 BLINDS Koreansabsorbed everything research programto build a new built by GE and Wetihu
chairs settee, bed baby's bed, Elks Ho 1951 when they w be opened in Cuba Ave. or phone 3-084. their Communist countrymen kind of atomic engine for sub- wasthatthe GE prct.fO
minor household effects. 614-D, me public. Forms of proposal with full Inummedate could throw' at them. marines. Some atomic experts using neutrons of hig~r v oclt.
Cocoli, call in Evenings. FOR SALE:-19 foot launch in good particulars may be secured in the FOR RENT:-Three-bedroom apart- Delivery. Low cloudhamered ir SUp- edited then that the first ato
condition. Ford V8 motor in per- offices of the Superintendent of ment, furnished, one month only. o rtL which was hampered air sup- ic-uel tor would be built n TheE
FOR SALE:-(Cheap). Radio, sew- fect condition, $500.00. Call Storehouses, Balboa, and the Hous- Near Ancon bus-stop. Reasonable Tel. 3-1713 port, which was reorted "spot- mic-fue motor woud be buit in The. project cae
ing machine. Button machine, Amador 3139 or Kobbe 4282. ing Manager at Balboa Heights. rental. Available August 24 or 22 E. 29th St. B-26 bombers and United Shortly .afterwards the late used neutrons of intermediate
typewriter. China closet, double earlier, Telephone Panama 2- BSttaes Marine fibhter-bombersAdm. Forrest P. S herma, Chief speed.
S .wardrobe. Kithen utensils, in, FOR SALE-Beautful Spanish and 3067. knocked out at least 170 Red of Naval Operatios, asked Con- The.Westinghouse retrwa
6.canvas and other articles l 8056, E OSOC DEBATE Andalucir costumes recently ar- trucks on North Korean roads gress -for authority to build an called the Ship Thermai Reacs,
9th St. Cristobol, Apt. 6. Call rived from Spain. Hotel Colombia FOR RENT:-Furnished C. Z. Vaca- last night o atomic sub that rould be ready tor and used so-called slow nout
after 3:00 p. m. WADM UTD OVID room 33, Panama. See them 8-10 tion Qtrs. From Sept. 14 thru Nov. r nnext year. trona. The rE reactor presuma.
RIM U U Uao. m., 12-3 p. m. 23, New Cristobol. Phone 3-1009, According to preliminary e;- bly would b smaller and mnor
Position Offered (Continued from Page 1) 3 to 5 p. m. uba sWr ntimates then, the reactor would compact.
AvenuetNo. Offered CPan- WWtmatsi W
OPENING:- As Receptionist and that we be intensely worried a-PANAMA SEEKS FORRENT:-Modern two bedroomsll
Information Clerk. Pleasant work- bout the next emergency which apartment with livingroom, dining- 4
ng conditions. Afternoon and is practically upon us." WORKING GROUP room, on Rochet Street and TivoliMaH aw aiian Q quake A w a
evening hours. Call Mr. Piper, Bal- He added that the experts in WO KG U-Aen 01_._A$eUeN.1,TlpoePeaw aiiallu
a 2759 Washington had sought "a sys- (Continued from Page 1) ama 2-1032. N NDS Ob
tem to find some arane of Dreor of VENETIA*rN DBLINDS O1 fShalorW F ar Chis Man a t
the power of monetary reserves Sanitary Bureau of th OASsad FOR. RENT "San-Air" HAVN wA Ale <8p~dal e~t 1 lv1s UI .* ij.. n ,jjuj
Obd9Srsd any attempt here to quiet our he feltath edeomm 'ould 1 Tropical"' Y' c ,,w3 O i*launa
f ears-goes against the interests d o spdence FoWinj
hou m e und erhis organ. as II Room @ e e
Ne ws Vn1Waof our countries."t ____ burial last Friday of fiery Cu-s -.. ,
.o our countries o well qualified to .deal with such FOR RENT th "PRO-TECT-U" the original an Senator Eduardo Chibis, HONOLULU, Aug. 22 (UP) A pressure has been steadily bd
Wtoex 'sDr.Antonio arllomatters. FOR RENT:Frnished rooms with politicians are wondering seriesof violent earthquakes g u under smoki K
Flores agreed with Argentina al- Open discussion followed with or without board. Cool, ideal, reaMIAMI JALOUSIE who, iticians anyone wond steint o rocked the awaiolent earthquland yes- crater o
though he added e saw hardly the delegates in agreementthate. 48th Street No. 7his place in the national scene, terday shook down 20build s month, tpak
any hope" of finding a solution some means of exchanging and Vista. in wood or glass More than 500,000 persons and raised fears that'the slum- yesterday was not of the yp
here. coordinating information must be from all over the Island attend- being volcanos of Maux Loa wt ch preceded the 1950 erup
it Maj. Gen Paul W. Rutledge "Nevertheless," he said, "we found. The matter was referred rr llo Bible Cl C.A Po RAs ed his funeral rites. A photo- and Mauna Keawould.erupt.., t.
commanding general, Eastern AA should keep on working on'it and to committee for decision at a Ol O I .aSS r graph of the funeral appears At least two personswere in-' 1o police chief Authony Pau'
commandA. graph of the funeral appears At least two persnwre In-
Command. accompanied by 16 we should keep the problem alive later date. Tel. 2-3097 Panama in today's edition of El Panama jured in the quakes which tore said most of the damage was cen-
other departmentofthearmy of- ..because a solution is not im- akAmerica). up roads, toppled gigantic quar- tered around the tiny town of
ficials, will arrive here tomorrow, possible." Dr. Orlan Hall. Director Gen- C b -Dynamic Senator ChibAs had ter-mile section of rock cliff into Hoonaunau and was estimated
according to a schedule received eral of the Division of Animal ClaSSICS Debut5 taken a prominent part in Cu- the ocean along the famed Kona $50,000.,
at Headquarters, United States Earlier the United States dele- Health of the Department of ban politics since he took part coast and cracked most of the Emergency water trucks head.
Army Caribbean today. eate had pointed out that the Agriculture, Ottawa, Canada. The "Evening of Classics" pro- MIAMI JALOUSIER in the movement to overthrow water supply tanks in the area. ed across Mauna Los volcano
With the arty will be ix re- U.S. was not trying to throw the too t he the fourth point of the gram, marking the debut of the in glass, wood and aluminum the Machado regime. The first jolt hit the island 4 ;from Hilo to replenish the supply
-.fSfntatives of the national item out of the agenda. agenda-Quarantine Regulation Bible Class of Chorrillo under the Later he became a reading 12:57 a.m. Hawalian time, fol- in the area.
Swho, together with the "But since we failed so unfor- -with a speech on Canadian direction of Alfred Legell last Traverse supporter of rau San Martin, lowed by other big shakes at 1:1 The trucks and rescue equip-
4jflitary visitors, will observe the tunately, in Washington to arrive quarantine restrictions. He dis- Monday evening, was so success- Curtain Rails. but broke away and became an m meant found the going difficult
g ntiaircraft Civilian Auxilary at a satisfactory solution," he cussed the establishment of the fully rendered that arrangements Installed in oppositionist because of what some sectors where cracks split
SProgramnaction said, "we feel very dubious of the Canadian quarantine service and are underway to repeat the pro- any length. he termed gross financial HawalNational Park obsera road surfaces. Paul said one crack
Among those travellin with usefulness of spending a lot more its operation and policies today, gram In'October. regularities in the regime. tor Volcanologist GordonA.Mac- ran a mile and a half down on
'n those travel time on the problem here. Following Samudlo's r ec om g e Chibas had a huge personal donald said there was "no direct stretch of Blacktop highway.
ok, Ralph Rutledge are Cooper. Ad "We could clarify the report of mendations at the second plen- Featured soloists were Robert Transparent following, connection" between the quake When part of a clff toppled in-
ossham, Ralph CD. Cooper,. M the ad-hoc committee for any ary session yesterday afternoon, Jones, Chorrillo's outstanding so- Fade Pro- A fiery popular orator with a and the bil land's two dormant to the sea along the Kona coast,
SroreyPaul B. Nelson and delegates who wish but let's de- it was proposed that three com- lois, Victor Osborne Arnold teindow striking personality, his Sun- volcanos, but islanders recalled tons of water began rolling to
rorey vote our major efforts to price mit tees be appointed to study the Watson Philli Larrier Andrew wi hndow shade day night broadcasts practn whices erupted on June 1, 1950 after sim- that shore n a back-lash action
,harles G. Rau. control topics which were not Panamanian recommendations Isaa Loretta Bourne and Mrs. e he criticized dishonest practices erupted on June 11950 aftersim- that sent resident running t
Colonel Nelson an d Lt. r,anothl. discussed in Washington." on point One of the agenda Jones tta Bourne The new in Cuba had led him into aser- iarquakes
ienry P. Van armer, another lthe cooperative a c t i o n to be water Smith Simeon SobersCOWES les of duels which he fought The volcanologist said that wave was coming In.
ember of party, were formerly EBra partially agreed that it t nb encounefor h Walter Smith. Simeon Sobers e VENETIAN successfully over a period of i
fasigned as commanding officer Brazil partially agreed that It taken between countries for the T .. o,- -te,,rt snd .Thri- T eall VBLIND. uyes.lo,,,,
cd xacutive officer of the as needless to retrace all the prevention and control of the w.e heard In quart t "Sw BLIND, years.hot himself atthe-. Anwer t Piious Puuze
?.&AA Op. steps and believed the commit- disease. Lwere hweei 4n chariot" and Swap amazing low After he shot himself at the A Ape
S Pressp. tee should concentrate on the p prices. close of his program on August Anthropold Ape
Press representatives include possible solution of transferring Committee One is to consist of nee River." 5, an ironic twist came out.
r. William Flythe of Hearst reserves into gold at a $35 per five members: Dr. Orlan Hall, The group opened the program R. A COWES y a. Chibs explained that he was
publications. Mr. Herbert Larsen, ounce figure which was one of Canada; Dr. C. L. Gooding, Bu- with a lively spiritual. During the R. A. COWES y a. taking his life because he ha O ONTA 3Route'(b.)
National Editorial Association, the suggestions in Washington. reau of Animal Industry of the program many others were ren- Tel. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 67 been foiled in attempting t IDepicted Symbol or
Mr. Lloyd Norman. Chicago Tri- Argentina objected to pinning Department of Agriculture of the dered. obtain proof of graft in th 1 Depicted ape iridium
bune, Mr. Philip Thomas, Wash- the debate down to one point. U.S.; Dr. Cesar Clavell, Veterin-, Cuban Ministry of Education. 8 It has a 5Openwork
gton Dally News, Mr. Edward When he rephrased his propo- ary Department of Agriculture of Victor Osborne, Robert Jones But his broadcast had run *tremendous 5 Opnw
Bims. Editors' Copy Service and sal Brazil and Ecuador concurred San Juan, Puerto Rico; Dr. Her- and Loretta Bourne were forced C n a longer than usual that evening. Prevarictor
United Press representative not and the motion was passed. mel Rosas, veterinarian of the by applause to give encores of At the end without know.Board a7Aat
et named. The committee shortly after- province of Panama, and Dr. Car- "May The Good Lord Bless And INSTANT ing it he spoke into a dead railroad coach Saelitude
Durig the three day tour of wards adjourned and will recon- los Ruz Martinez, International Keep You," "I'll Never Walk A- Fat-Free Powdered Milk mke and listeners failed to 14Military S laton
AACP activities, they will attend vene tomorrow morning. Office of Epizootics. lone," and "La Golondrina." At (fortified with Vitamin D) hear the shot that ended the assistants Io0City in The -
omal conferences atHeadquar- It is to study the following the end of the program the career of a man who was a 15Goltdevice Netherland 27Untsual '4tO6tnk'
ters, USARCARIB and visit var- The committee on Transporta- points of development as pro- "Lord's Prayer" was sung by Ro- rarm Fresh leading contender. for the Cu- U8Providefood 1CatirpUa. 2Peruse willow
pous 65th Group positions where tion was divided into two groups, posed by Panama: point One- bert Jones. Flavor ban Presidency. I supply hair 30Frufofthe 46 Minister to
ACAP activities are being con- Group A tackled the problem of the exchange of information; 4Tw8 t : Tuh ol Japanese 12Former palmtree 472Towardthe
ducted, the evaluation of the present Point Two-the passing and Robertf Weeks effectively sup- Be To rh enta FvMinster Lashed1gn ,u 36 Ingect o, mouth
Brig. Gen. Francis A. March,. transportation facilities to deter- adoption of a law on uniform ported the group as pianist, while 'in est lSymblfor 17 DRusstive of 37Correlative of 48 Mineral
chief of Staff. USARCARIB. will mine the minimum requirements rules of importation of materials Bro. C. Greenidge acted as chair-. 1 pro ns strontium Ediward neither 49Conclurionfis
e host at a luncheon in their for the defense program and es- which could carry aftosa; Point man. DInsotves- Wit I 20Mocks 20Period 400pera hy 5 Kimonosas:
tonor on Saturday. August 25. sential civilian needs in case of Three-the training of personnel tantlyincold 11 22 Measure of 21Source flight Verdi 53Shosheonsea
SThe party will depart the fol- an emergency, in all phases of the aftosa work: Rotarians To Hear Hn or, 23.. o ndsr on 2PIledea 41Westphaliar Indian
(lowing morning. Group B was given the problem Point Four-the availability of For Indi 23 Netive reply Paene rivet 8S Pronoun ,
S ---- --G of systems of freight and insur- ment to all countries: Point Six Talk On "Our On sae P.C C oninlr. 24Preposition Year between 43 Ceremony 57Symbolfe
S'Pcn onion Girl once rates. technical personnel and equip- ur O.D N AR.. I.NSCru 2DARLINGTON, 8. C., Aug. 2 262 Horse's gait SFriday to study the report of Dr. outbreak of aftosa. or L. Wr group of unmasked floggers here 31Consume
reported Missing Paul Wohl on the transportation Committee Two is to consist of' Cn g today who snatched an ex-mh- 32Meadow
system in the Western Hemis- a member of the delegation of Members of Panama Rotary TO VoCation later from his home and lashed 33Silkworm
cnce Last Week here each country at the conference, Club will hea ra story of the ex- him with a leather belt. 34Separate -
-,__ and is to study Point Five-the pension of facilities for the dis-' Ira L: Wright Assistant Direc Sheriff Johnny Stokes said four column
A 31 year old Panamanian was SHO RTS establishment of a common mon- tribution of petroleum products tora of the Finance Bureau, will men cae to the home of ex- 35 Gaseous - - -
'eported tp the Balboa Police to- etary fund to be used by any in Central America at their ta the Imue Fridayon the minister Fred Grffthoe ft nexht elemento
Say as missing by her brother. -- country in case of a positive out- meeting tomorrow at Hotel El anam accompanleave the Isthmus Friday on the minster Fred hm about driving a 37Coelementon
uan Gonzalez. He said the girl, Skunks Crash Gate break of the disease. Panama. Mrs. Wrighnamt for a compa bined bytruck for them. about driving a 37 Complicaton
ra Hernandez was last seen NEWTON, Mass. (UP s Two Guest speaker will be Don Ca- business aand vacation trip toD the Griffithst told 8tokes that dar- n bcklr
Thursday. uninvited guests delayed the Five men were also appointed meron Vice President of Esso united States ing the conversation one of the 39 Eith
SShe was described as 5 feet tall, start of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde S. to Committee Three. They are: Standard Oil Central America, men "jumped" him with a black-
elghing 115 pounds, and at the Casady's lawn party. However. Dr. Edgar Riviera Martin, Chief S.A. His subject will be "Our They plan to spend about two Jack. Griffiths said he grabbed 40A (Scot.)
e of her disappearance, was they left without protest when an of Animal Health, Costa Rica; Changing World." months In Washington, D.C., and the blackjack but one of the oth- 42Betrayer
ring a rose colored dress with Animal Rescue League agent ar- Dr. Gerardino Medina, veterin- Mr. Cameron has been asso- vicinity, er men drew a Distol. 48 Whirlwind
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Slack belt. She holds Cedula Irived. The "guests" were a pair arian of Agricultural Develop- coated with the oil industry for .' Stokes quoted Griffiths as say- Artificial
tmber 47-413479. of skunks. -ment, Veraguas, Panama; Dr. H. many years in the'Sales and Ad-: ing the four took him in a Chov- language
V. M. Metivier, Assistant Director vertising Departments. Before Caught In Mid-Stream rolet automobile out of Darling- 52 Bury
Pigs Is Pigs of Agriculture of the Zootechnic- coming 10 the I [so Standard Oir ton County into a wooded area 53Footed vase
SKENTON. Tenn. UPi A red al Department, Trinidad; Dr. C. Company. he 1-orked for Union VEREDALE, Wash. iUPI M. In Chesterfield County. There 54 Formal first
PLAY SAFE!* Duroc sow owned by Jim Midyett V. Duckworth, Assistant Director Oil Company of L..lifornia in Los L. Willey found shore fishing a- they were joined by "about five" appearanctF
hea it's Paint INSIST on gave birth to a litter of 25 pigs. of the California Department of Angeles and NL'w York and for a long the Spokane River poor, sw men in a station wagon, Oril.- 5 Malde intolaw
- Agriculture, and Dr. Ervin Eich- short time was Division Manager he waded out in the shallow fit told Stokes. MGt up
Two-Way Stretch horn. of this company with headquar-. stream to a concrete bridge pier. Theex-minister told the aher- soAceost "
SI BOSTON. UP A sign in a This committee is to study ters at Balboa. Then engineers opened the power tff that the men lsed him wtth vg I- A-
Boston store wi n do w read: Point Seven-the production. dis- The meeting will be called to company locks 15 miles upstream. a leather belt after censuring I Obtains
TOPICAL HUMIDITY! i These Dresses Sold for a Ridi- tribution and cost of vaccine to order at the usual hour of 12:15. Firemen rescued the s andedan- him for drinking and other In- 2 Heavy blow
.culous Figure." be used against the disease. .m. gler with a rope. discretions.


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t chra and their. tra vem Balboaliunnday toeth ucion at _:0-N- I See It he l a fthowthefr
ter Ml a Theyarenloteto ~m a Mr. Miispannh 10:0 3:30-Let Dance W
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b dmarkers l even weeks, forty-three men willR
o LI.Si Wreekendl W oodi study subjects pertainin to work- : -






Ss l -nthe orderly room, eluding a se
T e e O d fie of-h-*Addauhte' English grammar and twenty-rsix Dn
.CA e a- of these men will also study tYP- |j ..ft a Bns
e KAnero. -In tg. Fouur houn each day will be
ad Mte Yelumre -M' devoted to the school. th







Cri adtf The Bducation Center is also BELFAST, Aug. :I (LPS)-Al-
SPes~eb ille U m t running seveot-n otherclaes at though Northern Ireland is a







weeAe,-i the fha the present ftime it WaS announc- small plae on the map, it is play-
-kS aMrrioeO"ti e ad by Timothy DyUas.counelorn ing a vital role 4 tShetrategy of
Seytleb O.K. With Merchant
Alffrfileteel ag nrlu ,dar q (-- ANDERSON. Ind. (UP) Mer- Prime Minister of Northern Ire-
r h erdia*y e ng I willoWI chants prepared for one of the land, ir Basil Brooke, set out
seLssle ~helad.itgr-,h=116 Yar. biggest buying aprees of the year these points in .a statement to-
wad h oatIer s-* i a two divisions of General Mo- day
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- WASHINGTON, Aug. 22 (UP) General Electric Co.,
"te firm formerly headed by Defense Mobilizer Charles E.
Wilson, was accused by Sen. James H. Duff, R., Pa., yester-
ay .of dealing in the nickel black market.
a--" He made the charge at a Congressionul hearing after
Gorge A. Williams, Bridgeport, Conn., of GE's small ap-
Ylfence division, testified the firm paid M. C. Thomas, of
Nrwalk, Conn., $4.50 a pound for 10,000 pounds of nickel.
-Williams said the market price was 59 to 67 cents a pound.
t" "When you are paying eight or nine times the market
?rice, don't you think you are in the black market?" Duff
demanded.
.. When Williams shrugged a denial, the S senator r


pnapped:
."Well, I con tell you -
,Williams and Sidney S. Gould,
S, -nall nickel products manu-
facturer of BrQoklyn, testified be-
fore a Senate Small Business
lSubcommitte'e investigating the
"gray market" in nickel.
i Oould caid he was forced into
the "gray market" to stay in
business.
Nickel was placed under the
If' ral price freeze on Jan. 25,
and a special price order was Is-
sued June 2. Tailored, ceilings
prices for scrap nickel were hand-
,d down May 8.
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called in an effort to trace the
10,000 pounds of nickel event-
ually turned over to General
Electric. Thomas testified that
the metal followed a gray mar-
ket "daisy chain" through the
New York area and that he was
the "last daisy." Each time the
metal passed through different
hands it rose in price.
While both buyers and sellers
are liable for fines and imprison-
ment for violating price ceilings,
Committee Chairman.Blair Moo-
dy, D., Mich.. said the senators
had not tried to find out if either
General Electric or Thomas vio-
lated the ceiling price.
Wilson. former president of
General Electric, severed all con-
nections with the firm when he
accepted President Truman's of-
fer to head the mobilization pro-
gram. He still Is a stockholder in
the company.
Gould testified that he was
forced to pay over-ceiling prices
for nickel to Benjamin S. Flug
and Robert Corey operators of
the Flurey Products Corp., be-
cause they were his "only sup-
plier." Subcommittee investiga-
tors are trying to find the two
men.


Gould also testified that the
"gray market" is so bad in New
York that new nickel anodes
are selling for $4 to $4.50 a
pound, or about seven times the
ceiling price. He said that
scrap nickel which is "not fit to
use" is commanding $3 a pound.
Williams testified that General
Eledtric was able to get enough
nickel from regular suppliers un-
til June. 1951, when the situation
became "drastic."
Gould, who appeared before
the committee voluntarily, testi-
fied that the Seymour Manufac-
turing Corp., Seymour, COnn.,
makers of nickel anodes, had set
aside his legal quota but that he
had been able to get only part of
it. Flug and Corey obtained the
nickel from Seymour and resold it
to him.
Asked why he didn't deal di-
rectly with Seymour, he replied:
"It wouldn't cost me any less."

Anthropologist

Speaks at Meeting

Of Religious Group


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At the August meeting of the
Isthmian Religious Workers'
Federation at the Pedro Miguel
Union Church, a special talk
was made by Dr. Clyde E. Keel-
er who has pent the past three
months in Panama.
Mr. Keeler is an anthropolo-
gist of note with a Doctorate
from Harvard and Post Doc-
torate study at the Universi-
ties of Paris and Berlin. He
taught Medical Genetics at
Harvard for eight years and is
now a professor at Georgia
State College for Women at
Mllledgevllle, Ga.
This is the second summer
that Dr. Keeler has spent in
Panama making research study
under the Rockefeller Founda-'
tion.
His particular study has been
Albinism and it has concen-
trated on the San Bias Is-
lands where there is a great-
er prevalence of Albinism
than any other known area.
Dr. Keeler shared with the
Isthmian Religious Workers
some of the observations which
he has made. Aside from his
regular study he has been ins-
trumental in helping the Mis-
sionary workers prepare a pri-
mer in the San Blas language,
as well as recordings designed
to help teach the San Bias In-
dians to learn to read and1
write in their native tongue.
It is the hope of Dr. Keeler
to return to Panama again next
year to continue his research
in Albinism among the Cuna
and Darien Indians.
Dr. Matthew D. Smith, Vice-
President of the Isthmian Re-
ligious Workers' Federation pre-
sided at the business meeting.
E. F. McClelland, Program Di-
rector of the Cristobal YMCA,
gave a report of the Centennial
Convention of the YMCA in
Cleveland, to which he was a
dele,,ate.
Guests introduced wei t Rev.
Jar -s H. Schafftcr, Rev. David
Reed and Rev. Antonin Ochoa.,
The September meet: is
scheduled for the Balboa A'-med
Services RMCA on Moncdy the
10th.
Membership In th, Isthmian
Workers Federation open to
ministers of lal Protestani
churches, Military Chaplains
and full time workers in affil-
iated organizations including
the Salvation Army. the Young
Men's Christian Association and
Ithe Jewish Welfare Board.


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BY POPULAR DEMAND the troup o-spectacular last Indian
dancers headed by the exquisite Mr$ualni Sarabhal .(pictured
above) are being held over for two more performances at the
National Theatre. Lovers of the '1erpsichorean art will be
given an opportunity this afternoon at 5 and tomorrow night
at view once more the sophisticated, extremely expressive
and fascinating interpretation of Indian folklore. Prices
have been reduced from $2 to $1, and $1.50, and ticketA may
be obtained at the box office. This afternoon's program Is
especially for children..


FRIDAY, WILL BE "CIRCUS" NIGHT" at the Balbba Theater
with a presentation of several circus acts on the stage in con-
junction with a regular movie. The feature. presentation will.
be "The Affairs of Sally," starring Lucille Ball.
The stage show, of special appeal to children, will be pre-
sented only once starting at 8 p.m. The movies will be shown
at 4:30, 6:15 and 8:30 p.m. Regular admission prices wiU1 be
charged.
The circus acts will include clowns, dancing dogs a strong
man act, a contortionist and others from the traveling circus
which is now playing in Panama.


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rrom uio i iumers
West Indl; MAwpp tion Week
was approlprt) Btlved at
the La Sou0, 5-iS. During
the entire mxaal studies
classes w i" T f. tto,. discus-
sions of the role West Indians
played in the npt1tuetlbUn of the
Panama Canal, "Oldtlmes were
invited in t 'gt the Atudents
first-hand a nt of their ex-
periences.
Miss Egla ,oodn professor of
English at the Liceo de Sefloritas
in Panama, addressed an assem-
bly of the entice studentbody and
faculty on West Indian culture.
Vice PrinclpAl-R.- Kills spoke
on the contribution of the West
Indians.
In the Home Dcopomics de-
partments, balanced Ienus were
planned and tpi al West Indian
dishes prepared, ,PTarents were
invited to the. io hol tO give de-
monstrationa In. the preparation
,of the various dlszes and sam-
ples were put on display. The
girls also made bo3olets of the re-
cipes they collected.
This week, stud9lts are getting
ready to participate in the Essay
Contest being sponsored by the
West Indian Btamp Appreciation
Cpmmlttee.

Matricuati Starts
For Kindergarten
At St. Thomas
Matriculation foar st. There-
sa's kindergarten will take
place this Thursday and Fri-
day from 9 to, 1:30 a.m. in the
parish hall of St.' Theresa's
church, La Zoea. *.
Children between the' ages o
4 and 6 will be adintted. Birth
or baptismal certificates are
required, and all former pupils
must enroll also.
It is planned to lntrqduce a
class uniform this' year for the
first time, announced Sister
Francis Christine, a. Maryknoll
sister, who has charge of -the
school.
All Clear, All Clean
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (UP) A
white flag was hoisted over this
city's municipal building to mark
the end of a clean-up campaign
which saw 199, trucks of rubbish
carted away. That's 18 truckloads
more than In 1950.


TOMORROW
^Jro^R^Tt


For the Biggest Barrage
of Gobs, Laughter and
Greatness ever
Laid Down by the
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SqD.UN M JOHNBON
HCILX:OOD (NSA)-I'm a-
shlvUI"h. UW bat. over what's
bound "'ljpft to the new
crop Of bt U -,ied lads around
Beresdoft wi that rI've talked
to Dale o
Dal Is = "lx-oot package o
husky d'with the Tony
Curtta-oIM Derek sweep of black
hair wlta ben strapped Into
the B1paoq st over at I0th Cen-
tury-FGx W he excursion known
as "Doesthittion Stardom."
They're gat to jet him up to
these wINM areas 4 the otr
of "LytnIMeiBK without bother-
Ing to Mb Unthe black-eyed pMW
and grfen mrn padding of Okl-
hQma out of lie voiee.
The lads who flash the white
teeth, the cleft chins and the
chiseled n rilas Just aren't gon-
na take it lying down.
They'rt. og to scuttle the
Cary Grant ead tones, the Jim-
my Stewar% stammer and the
Clark Gable bark for the Robert-
son way-down-yonder drawl.
Instead Of using the Ronald
Colman t W aque in front of a
touha" c-s t director, some lad
wimth ablo hou dense of which
way the "wind'sblowiig will stick
his thumb In his belt and say:
"PardneO. Iiotta hankering to
play oppost that there filly
name' of 0Joan Crawford."
And around Scehwab's drug
store and Hamburger Hamlet on
Sunset Strp, the would-be heart-
flutterers will be talking about
the smell of purple sage and
spinning rbpes.


Come to think of it. I had to
restrain myself from rushing over
to Warers to test for "The Lifet
of Will Rogets" after being ex-
posed to Dale's pure Oklahoma
lin
lks are telling me to get rid
of my accent," Dale grined. "Just
about everybody but that man
up there, who's smart enough to
know what he wants."
He pointed to a picture of Dar-
ryl'F. Zanuck In a mural of fly-
ing cameras, curlicues of cel-
luloid and swaying microphones.
"The front off% 'told4 me to Just
be myself and talk natural'.
"That's what they. bought and
that's what they want, by heck.
A lot of fellows around this town
are fix feet tall and havw ...""
eyes and dark hair. But I'm the
only one that talks like me.'
Dale said he'd ,never thought
of himself as a movie actor and
wasn't too sure about it now.
Not that his acting career had
been handed to him on a silver
platter.
The first notion he had that
anybody would even consider
patting down the' shine on his
nose with a powder puff was
when-he had a photo ph taken
In his' u9i /2y. aol,,
d tnhmany ,os+arr..
"He:mutt have had the thing
blown up and put it In his win-
dow or something," Dale shrug-
ged. "Anyhow I started getting
letters from movie agents. When
the Army decided that I was to
oet my discharge, I came back
o Hollywood. It was four years
before anything happened."
A test that he made at Fox-
"I did a scene from 'Duel in the
Sun'-turned out to be what Dale
terms 'pathetic.'
"I wanted to do it in a west-
ern outfit and they insisted on
modern dress. Look, when I put
on a suit and tie nothing hap-
pens. Why, I never wear a ti
I'd as soon wear a noose around
my neck."
It was after his click In Nat
Holt's "Fighting Mtn of the
Plains" and "Caribou Trail" that
Fox finally signed him up. and
began to groom him for me ,L1
time in "Two Flags West," "".-"
Me Mister." "Take Care of My
Little Girl" and "Uolden Cw,',
Now it's "Lydia Bailey," which
may sound like a drawing room
drama but isn't. "It's a good ac-
tion movie," Dale said, "And I get
the Hades beat out of me."
Dale's married to Jacqueline
.Wilson and can't be dragged to.
the big glitter affairs around Hol-
lywood.
He explained it:
"I hate to dress up, I hate



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By Jack Lait

TE TIIm GENIUSES
"Thie oal. Mutiny," close rival of "From Here to Eternity" for
No. I tJ year's most popular novel, is going begging in. Holly-
woo.d. aman Wouk's tale is regarded as "critical of the Navy."
That is the Navy's own ,erdict, expressed in an official refusal to
cooperate i making the picture.
I read "The Caine Mutiny." I am not a Navy man, but I ate it
up because of Its Impressively authentic realism and its tight nar-
rative. I never met Wouk and at this moment don't remember who
published the book. I got it before it was listed. And I passed It on
Sto a ;lo-I o rind, observing, "This has to be a hit."
The-e isso little current writing which rates such an opin-
ion that I cannot comprehend passing up so fresh, original, dif-
S ferent hMi meritorious a tale. The Navy is not sacrosanct. And
this yarn is no attack on it. It Is inside stuff, by a man who
member vilifies this branch of the armed service, except to
point out cases of bad officers and good ones, such as there
are la any organization
SThis s another case of Hollywood's pussyfooting timidity, its
Jerrorb.cer o 1" fta g puine ouincmis. vmuany" boasts "over 100,000
in print." There are now more than 230,000 "in print" of "Vvash-
o Confidential." And the movie czars tremble at even talking
abbo it, lest some of the Fair Deal politicians get sore. Moviemen
I've kiown for years weren't eager to be seen with me out there,
ThbeIndustry sent an official representative to meet me in a Bev-
erly Bills cafe, to pump me on whether Mortimer and I planned
doing a "Hollywood Confidential." He freely admitted nobody in
the business would touch any of our books, because they displease
bureaucrat and other Democrats. I haven't solicited them. I don't
-Ae if they never produce anything of mine. Most of what they
u ldpay me would go to the government anyhow. And for what's
I t, it isn't worth while dickering with these inhibited people who
i~ump from shadows.
Greta Garbo sailed for Europe with Mrs. Paul Mini on the SS
SCostitution .Jackie Frost, London model who was England's
'"Miss TV" of 1948, and who has been making Italian films, is
hereb o her first visit, to be present at the marriage of her
sister, Ann Lethbridge, a fashion model, to Graham Platt...
Ethel Barrymore has a big offer for her Mamaroneck home,
but can't do business because terms of the Colt will forbid its
i sale outside the family...Columbia Pix is touring a $10,000
bill for display in connection with a contest for "The Magic
Face" (an impersonation of Hitler).. .Well, here's a little con-
test for "The Magic Face'" (an impersonation of Hitler)...
Well, here's a little contest of our own: Guess whose face is on
t 16-Grand note...It's Samuel Chase's on all the currency of
that denomination that I have lying around somewhere.
Elliott Roosevelt has another of those king-size dogs, such as
the one which bumped off a serviceman and caused a lot of blab.
This one flew at Falla. FDR's famed scotty, and sent him to a can-
one hospital well chewed up. (And if you never knew, Falla is the
name of the Immortal who composed "El Amour Brujo" and nu-
merous concertos).. Pete Rugolo and Barbara Whiting seen toge-
ther a lot...George Gregson, who once monopolized Anita Colby,
Slquiring Betty Hutton.. .Buftt Cobb Wallace and her Mike stopped
squabbing.. .George Putnam, the TV commentator, may go to
Mexico to unravel Ircm Lee Carson, former war correspondent.
CBS Radio Network investigators, armed with concealed
tape recorders for the current documentary anti-crime series,
"The Nation's Nightmare," never knew how many ways there
tre to grahIoff-a. lshonest buck on the New York waterfront,
until some of the victims gave them a partial list of the gouges'
o that operate along the length of a single pier: loan-sharking,
u gambling, hiring kickbacks, payroll padding, baggage kidnap-
Ing, illicit traffic in social security cards, policy slips and. big-
gest of all, wholesale motorized cargo thefts put over by high-
iIorganized gaupg. Each racket is conducted on each pier by
"concessionaires," who pay off to "the mob"-which keeps the
eargo-stealing concession for its own staff thieves.
All Europe is talking (my Paris attach reports) about the Ball to
givenwin Venice. Sept 3, by Charles de Beistegul, at the Pa-
o tLabbia, in Venice which he recently bought. It is an enor-
mous pile on the wrong side (now) of the railroad tracks, but it
has 17 drawing-rcoms opening up in sequences.
Arturo Loper-Willshaw in England, bought a large yacht, on
which he a.d his guests will go to Venice, and on which they will
live during the ir-stivities
The theme is 18th Century Venice. but. since one of the recp-
tion rooms has An Egyptian theme, Lady Diana Cooper will ap-
pear as Cleopatra. Princess Georges Chivchavadze is going as
Catherine the Great of Russia, with an entourage of her lovers
(Louise de Villemnorin may portray Potocki.) Lopez-Willshaw will
impersonate the Emperor of China, and is having a special barge
built to support Iwo elephants.
The luxury of the costumes will be such that the dressmakers in
Paris alone expect to reap millions of francs. One sleeve of Lopez-
Willshaw's costume is said to have cost $1,200.
So that the populace will not be resentful of this revel amid t
current condition, de Beistegul Is having a three-day public
fete in a square, wth wine in the fountains. When the party
was first planned, the mayor of Venice was a Communist. He
was all for it. But the present Christian-Democrat mayor is
not delighted. He and many Venetians think such extrava-
gance in deplorable taste.
I inquired a few days ago about what had become of Fred Per-
"ry. the amrbler-sportsmn who strewed $600 tips about when he
flaunted the lovely Babe King, "the doll-faced honey who was a
pet ot Broadway" in-the Tex G0inan era, whose death of cancer I
reevaled .. Sol H. Padlib'sky. columnist oni the Charlestown, W.
Va.. Post answers: "Fred Perry, known as the Elk City Flash when
h, lesson. died in a hospital in New York City, in 1940
-also of cancer-and a pauper."

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ACROSONIC GROUP MAKES
APOLOGIES
Editor Ancon, C.Z.
Editor
Panama American
Panama, R. de P.
-Dear Editor:
Kindly allow me a space in your
a11l Box to apologize to the Au-
ence of the Acrosonic Choral
oup Anniversary pro g r am
Which was slated for 3:30 Sunday.
De Audience:
We are deeply sorry for the
L egettable and unexpected oc-
ce of Sunday the 19th. We
the opportunity through
medium, to inform you that
ITe worked untiringly for
Precious houri in an effort
Ltetly satisfy you from
If store lor Sunday's
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program. The season for our de-
lay was entire out of our control.
WE ARE SORRY. Please allow us
to win again the love and admir-
ation you held for us by attend-
ing a program we shall prepare
specially for you in the near fu-
ture.
Thanks to a kind and sympa-
thetic audience as you were. Your
response in Sunday's tragedy
certainly played a great part on
us mentally and physically to
have afforded us to do even the
little that we did.
We appreciate very much the
patience and contribution of the
Pacific Clubhouse management.
Thank you!
The Acrosonic Choral Group
Reuben 0. Davis
Director


States' Rigts


Advocates Are


Not Consistent

By PTtSR BDSON

WASHINGTON (MNA) To
get a proper perspetiyo on some
of the battles of Wa*hIngton, it
is sometimes useful to look at
issues in pairs.
Consider the so-called tide-
lands' oil legislation now before
Congress.
It is intended to give the
States, instead of the Federal
government, control over all
submerged mineral rights,
Consider this proposition for
a moment in its relation to new
demands for additional Federal
aid for flood-prevention work
in the hard-hit Missouri and tri-
butary river valley systems.
Consider both these pro-
'.iins cnainst the back
around o the arguments, of
uiates' rights against Fed-
eral government, of social-
ism versus the e enter-
prise system, of the demand
for higher Federal taxes
against the demand for re-
duction of g over nment
spending.


This Is purely a mental exer-
cise that won't lead you any-
where except into deeper confu-
sion.
But in none of these compari-
sons will you find any theory or
policy of government that
makes complete sense.
It has long been the policy,
wholeheartedly approved by
Congress, that the Federal gov-
ernment should foot the bill for
all navigable river and harbor
improvements. This stemmed
originally from the determina-
tion that the U. S. War Depart-
ment should have contrqj over
navigable streams.
River and harbor appropria-
tions have grown into the big-
gest "pork batrel" in Congress.
The aim of every law-maker
is to get as much as he can for
public works in his state and dis-
irict..This has been extended
into flood prevention work.
It is now national policy that
the taxpayers of the country as
a whole must foot the bill for
river, harbor and flood control
work which is primarily of be-
neiit to local communities.
In that all these improve-
ments contribute to promotion
of commerce and general wel-
fare of the whole nation, this
is defensible doctrine.
What happens, though, when
the question of control over
tidelands oil rights comes up?
This issue has now been broad-
ened to cover all submerged
mineral rights.
By this legalism. states. not on
tidewater have been brought in
to demand ownership and con-
trol over oil and other mineral
rights under takes and fresh
water streams.
Do you find the states
coming to the Federal gov.
ernment and saying in ef-
fect, "Look, Uncle Sam!
Since you foot the bill on
flood control work, it's only
fair that you should also
have first right on whatever
royalties may be collected
from submerged mineral
rights!"
Not on your life you don't. Yet
why isn't that logical?
If the Federal government
must pay the cost of All river
and harbor improvements, why
shouldn't the Federal govern-
ment be given submerged and
tidelands oil receipts?
Or put it the other way
around: If the States are to be
given clear title to tidelands
oil rights, why shouldn't the
states also finance their own
river and harbor and flood con-
trol improvements?
The Federal taxpayer could
be saved a lot of money by such
a policy. And it would help
mightily, to balance the budget.
It states' rights are to be the
rule, let's have them consistent-
ly.
Such a rational appeal could
never be put over in Congress.
The Supreme Court has de-
cided that marginal oil rights
belong to the Federal govern-
ment.
The Walter bill now before
Congress would upset this deci-
sion by given title to the States.
A similar bill was previously
passed by Congress. but vetoed
by the President; and the veto
was sustained.
This time, the states-righters
believe they have the necessary
two-thirds majority to over-ride
a veto.
The proposition that the
Federal government should
have title to submerged
mineral rights is called "so-
cialism" by its opponents.
Well, if that is socialism,
why isn't it also socialism
for the paternalistic Federal
government to build all the
flood walls and dredge all
the navigable rivers and
harbors?
Why not let private enterprise
do all this?
Let the cities and towns, the
'armers and factory-owners
whose lands would be directly
benefitted by such improve-
ments pay all the costs.
If less government In busl-
ness Is desired, let's get it out
completely.
Such an idea is of course an
absurdity. The direct benefi-
laries of such projects couldn't
afford such outlays in the first
And it Is not socialism for the
federal government to linance
uch projects promoting the
generall welfare of the people.


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By BOB

NEW YORK. More in desperation than in
hope we sent the animals to college this sum-
mer, on the off-chance that a smitch of obe-,
,dience and good breeding would soak into their
knotty skulls.
But in honesty I must announce that educa-
tion is not for the masses.
Both of my mutts seem more fit for the job
of day-laborer n doadom.
Ma'mselle, the shepoodle, as adept a cracks-
man and as able a pickpocket as ever was
whelped, turned out to be the duhce of the
class.
She can open the trash can by treading on
the vedal, and she can filch an earring off a&
guest without ruffling the victim's hairdo, but
such a simple command as, "Come here," still'
means nothing at all, despite the valiant ef-
forts of the tutors.
I had some vision that the he-boxer, Bghnor-
kel, might be spiritually reformed on y re-
turn from afar at least to a point Wbk it
was possible to walk .hi0 without. al& ,
atm. Not so. :
He has 'even managed tW forg o t .oe as
that I had laboriously message I his -
terior with a chair leg the ac of staying the
bejabers out of the dining roon when the hu-
man beings were being fed.
College has taught him that dogs are as ,ood
as humans and should always be Included in
the table setting.
From close inspection of the students, as they,
are called by their personal slaves, I would de-
duce that both aspirants to knowledge cheated
their entire way through college.
Certainly they never studied their English, be-
cause when I say, "Down," both leap up and
bite me in the face.
I notice a fresh air of lofty superiority to
their surroundings that would go better on a
Yale sophomore than on a couple of refugees
from the incorrigible pound.
It is a sort of Brooks Bros. attitude toward


WASHINGTON. Behind the scenes, respon-
sible officials are a great deal more worried by
the Soviet decision to attend the Japanese trea-
ty conference at San Francisco than they are
admitting publicly.
They expect Andrel Oromyko to arrive in San
Francisco with the familiar olive branch in one
hand and the familiar bludgeon in the other.
And they fear that this time the Kremlin
might actually succeed in using the olive branch
and the bludgeon to isolate the United States
from its allies.
On one point there is no doubt at all. The
Kremlin will go to very great lei gths to pre-
vent Japanese rearmament, which is implicit in
the treaty ably negotiated Republican for-
eign policy adviser John Foer Dulles.
Direct Soviet action is not, indeed, ruled out.
The Kremlin has the capability of landing a
small army of Communist-Indoctrinated former
Japanese prisoners, organized into at least two
divisions, on the undefended northern Japanese
Island, Hokkaido.
While this "liberation" army was landing, the
Japanese Communists might be ordered by the
Kremlin to go over to open'revolt in southern
Japan, now very lightly held by American
troops.
Yet this sort of operation would require So-
viet gir and naval support.
And whatever false whiskers the Soviet forces
might wear, this would almost certainly bring
on an unlimited third World War.
Therefore it is considered much more prob-
able that the Kremlin will adopt some such in-
direct course as the following:
The Korean ceasefire tolks will be kept just
this side of breakdown.
Gromyko will arrive in San Francisco talking
sweet reason, saying that the Korean war can
still be settled on an acceptable basis, despite
the extravagant demands of the Americans.
Moreover, the great problems of Asia, like the
future of Formosa and the recognition of Co00-
munist China, can also be settled if only the
siRning of the Japanese peace treaty is postpon-
ed.
Having disposed of the olive branch, he Will
then show the bludgeon.
The Japanese peace treaty "will not be toler-
ated" by Russia or China this the Krenmin
has already said.
The Soviets and their Chese alleys "will not
sit idly by" while "imperialist" Japan Is rearm-
ed by "Imperialist" Amneria.
inallyt, Oromyko will nm e .it clear that a
settlement of the Korean War is not to be x-
pestbn the heels of the dso of an Ie
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RUARk

me that f-esent. as a graduate of.a state uni-
versity.
Not evoLtLody is rich enough to afford private
tutoring, Ms, and there will be no more of this
sneering the master. Or...
Or whaR I am informed that I no longer
dare correat'them with the old method gen-
erally a trutk strap because in modern edu-
cation one f-ons with the student.
Cororral Ounglament warps the soul, inhibits
the m and set up an emotional block to
learning. '
It is not.enoah that I must provide the ham-
burger and thtultion, I also got to reason with
the dogs. -
And they won't get down off the divan, on
grounds that such evasive action might tend to
I. ncriminate the t
Education 1 a fine thing for some people, or
.'dogs, but it ridet badly on the unfit.'
I had two un plicatedv morons previously,
A pow I hve .two sad n *W -
S 1 -btal =.0, "such
I-hN ,617' Stay"
I'fHeel" f their,'M habit pa i-hbave
n destroy
The boxer even stopped trying to kill the
he-poodle next door. while the girl dog has lost
her taste for'cuff links.
They used to be reasonably happy animals.
content with Mama's best hat or a new pair of
asoes, but now they brood and sulk and worry
over their incomplete knowledge. They feel that-
ga too good to be dogs:
They remain resentful all the tUne, and the
alk around the house is charged with tension.
r do not quite know what to make Of the
students whether to send %them back to col-
lege for more learning, or just to leave them
alone in hope that they'll, forget what they've
learned and sink back into happy stupidity.
But one thing I will not do, as has already
been suggested. I will not go o their college to
learn to think like an advanced dog.
I have trouble enough keeping up with the
retarded humans.


In brief, the Kremlin's bludgeon will be the
specter of a third World War.
If Gromyko does adopt some such course
and it will surprise the best-informed officials
If he does not this country will be placed in
a really dangerous position.
The Japanese peace treaty is already being
denounced, and not only in the Kremlin, as a
"white man's treaty."
There is very grave doubt that independent
Asiatic states like India, Burma and Indonesia
can be persuaded to sign It.
What is more, our Western allies, Britain and
France in particular, are anything but enthu-
siastic about the treaty.
The British particularly would be far from
Pained if Communist China were admitted to
the United Nations, and the Formosa question
settled in Communist China's favor.
An end to the Korean War on reasonable
terms., in return 'for a commitment to discuss
such matters and to postpone the Japanese
peace treaty, might seem a very tempting pack-
age deal to the British and others.
This is so particularly lf the alternative seem-
ed to be an extension of the Korean War. or
some other Sino-Soviet countermove which
would be likely to lead to World War.
Yet Dulles, with the full backing of the State
and Defense Departments, is deeply convinced
that a defensible, sovereign Japan Is absolutely
essential if the Asiatic balance of power Is to
be restored.
bHe Hs equally convinced that the treaty must
be signed without delay. Otherwise the Japan-
ese will conclude that the Kremlin is really call-
ing the tune In Asia, and a great rush for the
Soviet band-wagon will begin in Japan.
For these reasons, "we'll sign the treaty alone,
If necessary," as one official has said.
iut there is no underestimating the daers
Involved. Because of the fear of war. andn-
cause there is no real unity on Asatti e 0y
among the Western partners, the'lremlin may
well have the best chance since the war to
the Japanese peace treaty ssue to isolate
United States from its allies.
The possibility of a sort of limited in0-8o-
vlt-*American war in Asia. in which our'r West-
en0 allies would try to remain precarlously neu-
tral has even been seriously considered.
t any rate, it rseeMs learn that a(el eat
Crisis may come to a head at San Frdtew t
As in the ast. the best hope of dealt Witha
It les in standing firm.
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By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
DANGER AT SAN FRANCISCO
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mtDon# P Cigis tulEl mA :sp.u
documeentfy t bna at
I million ee frord'AM
The indisputable ct Is 5
nto private bank aoOts, aniditi
been kimed ofb series T mddit
Por example, th c i
the taxpayers, pocket into t.e .at
m money was supposed ie pey for war surplus
but was mytously transfer the Lee San
count in the National City Bank of New York.
However, careful Investigotion Indiate tha ttf Lee
Company Is nothing more than a name a bank book.
But here's the real shocker-the man who JSld I i
accounts is Chiang Kal-shek's top neral, O-
This same General Chou Is ao in cha oIL alm
purchases for the Chinese ationalists. In other *OA'
$307 million proposed for rmos, Oeneral Chou- wold
the spending of $217 mili ', earmarked as military
The story of the ju d balk accounts goesIa
1946, when the United 8tateas old surplus equipment .
the Philippines to the Q h iese Nationalitas.
^ TheB pIce', which Chiani Kal-ahek promised to a
$596,029.0. However, this was ter sealed down to $4
The contract called payment to be made In fi&.
"concurrently with the %very.l i v
Accordingly the mo"py was deported In the Bank of
on Oct. 1, 1947. Yet OGneral Chou kept haggling over
details, and delaying the payment for three'years.
O RDUE PAYMENT
On November 16, 1948, the Office of Foreign Liquidation
a sharp letter to General Chou's negotiator in th- Phl
Maj. David Haiung, .elnanding:
"We request that action be taken to reimburse this
the amount of $444,70 .53 as quickly as possible, since this
has been outstandihg since 1946."
This finally force OGehsral Chou to kick through the
overdue payment. Bt the incredible fact is that Chu U
debt, not from his earmarked Chinese funds but from
aid money.
Chou cabled thb Chinese. Procurement Office in W hl
on March 23, 1949, ordering the $444,700.43 payment made a
the balance of American aid.
In other word, Chou took money from .the American' t
ers to pay the American taxpayers-a neat. trick it you can
away with it. -.. ..
This left the money that was originally 'appro rated to 0 :
for the surplus equipment, still in ther'alkof China.
On. October 18, 1949, General Chou signed five checks wttfis .
drawing this money.
The checks were made out in the following amout1ts--4110,0g9
$100,000; $90,000; $80,000 and $76,926.0 All the checks were
sented the aarae day, and were made payable to the Canton T
Company. This made a total of .458,926.02, whieh the Cant
Trust Company deposited in the National City Bank of New
to the credit of the fictitious Lee Sut Company. "
Strictly speak g this is embezzlement of Chinese Governme,"
funds. However, thL money came from the American taxpy r
who actually'put up the $444,706.53, 'L
Most Americans are willing to aid anyone who wants to
the Communists-as long as that aid doesn't end up in
pockets of corrupt leaders.
Note-In another case, the Chinese Nationalists went throWA
three, middlemen in an attempt to buy 2,956,170 gallons of
tion gasoline. Yet the Nationalists have a Procurement W 3
in Washington that could haye made the same lil& mi-
cheaer directly from the prdcer.
the %a ng angle I thato e fthei
in-t -wa Chinese grocery store in an
called the South China Enterprise, Inc. This store is w1
a few hundred dollars, yet stood to make a cool $100,001 pr
on the deal.
It looked suspiciously as if the grocery store may have bes4
a front for someone else.
WASHINGTON PIPELINE
John Dunlap, new boss of the Internal Revenue Bureau, -.
recommended the dismissal of four of his top aides-for cov1l95
up tax scandals. He has sent his recommendations to thIe
House.
A Pentagon team n team is en route to Korea to recover stel
from the battlefields. They expect to recover at least 2
tons-vitally needed to build more tanks, guns and planes to,"
used on other battlefields.
PATRIOTIC. PRINTED
Some U.S. newspapers have made spot checks recently to d, *
cover what the average citizen knows about America's two great.
esat documents-the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of'
Rights.
Without exception, these surveys revealed that adult Amr-
leans have either forgotten-or never knew-the language
meaning of either document.
As a result, a patriotic printer, August Dietz of Richmond,
Va., decided to do what he. could to reacquaint theA
people with their heritage.
Dietz Is now working on a'scheme to bring a readable a4nd-
artistic copy of the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of
Rights into every classroom and home throughout the nation-
He's planning to turn out as many copies as necessary. *ell
sell them at slightly less than cost-in addition to donation his..
own time and printing equipment.
The first Copies will be ready by the middle of September, $AOL
may be obtained directly from Gus Dietz in Richmond, Virginia.
(The charge will be only five cents each in quantities of 100
or more.)
Dietz is working closely with Pat Regan, Prelsident of Sertoma,
Clubs International, who calls Dietz's project "Insprn_.',
"It is gratifyn to know," said Regan, "that our Rfchmo-4
club in Virginia-the home state of Thomas Jefferson-was
first to pledge a copy to all of Its local 32,000 school children,


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c, bti s i lr la lebre at-
set s me Pun an Panama eIa
'eidoe do Is distintos pal-
aluleao,. En Ia fotera-
a n apecto de ia Con-
as oral entA prealdide
srIm r Jes Niols Mora
b iftdapr; Ingenlero Clau-
de Costa Rica, Vies-
yidv Alcibiades A-
., tei-ie de sanama, Seere-
t La Cobferencla sobre 1s
Sifto.a lims e lugar en Q
Sde a *-CAmra de Co-
M ati en Avenida Cuba y A-
i IEsuedeo,




-

Sb"n opel fallo die-
pa Is Caorte upI#qa.
u, onqde declara -a
Wseo deun .Di-
aot ramme


la FCO


s de reserves


s negociacnes de paz



muy cerca del rompimiento
BASE DE AVANBAD& Agosto s Ceaude de las Nalafh UaldMs sea6 a
1 roje do estar Mseneap e- 1 en CAsNd' de Corea "de malsa t".
ror su parte, a rsdio eomunlta da ~o BCia E tados UnldM doe ostr entorpl-
endo laM eenverauelones do treguaM hat qa* el Congreso de ese pals asprumbe el proapum-
to mnitar.
Los eomsnistas tamobldh protestaroa eAtS d Camando de las Nacloss Unidase alegmdo
que aun vi6n de las Nseionet Unida habl dAtmsmado y dostruido un ")eep" do d a 4lIegael6n
eomunista violando asd el s ardo do noostallia de aong. .
Los rojos dileron que ia contestael@ i a -p protests per Is muerte do dos oielalea de la
polisa military communist deptro de o a ma do KEesong no era satisfaetorla y ,welvieron a
exigir una fuerte pens paraesJo responaMblo. .
La radio del Comandt de la Naneln As Uddas. al eomentar lua repetidas aessmelas
eomumnltas de que los allHa han vlolado Isa oMtraldad do Kaeseon. dijo que lo rojos han
convertdoe a Ia eonferamels n un "simbelo universal de males fa".
La radio allads djo qse fueron eil lo tolmov y no tropas alladas los quo emboosaron
a pa vatrula sroJ a dentro d Kasesong el Dooa1go.
El Comando doe la N14lones Unidas tr 16 Indiclos de que olqulers tioe iutenelonoe
de contestar Isa ultims saeuol6n comunilta doe er se ha iolado aIs neutrasfdad de Kaemmong.


Se


opina que el Con.ejo de


Truman ordena d

recditmiento en

la Zona dl Canal

WASMIIU'IUJR, aoesto Xs.
(UP). El prlddente Tru-
pan ordem6 bey NO len bom-
bWas do odad Blwtar, eauds-
da&si doI l"e ade Uide
Is ZSaon, dset
se


WASHINGTON4 UP. Agosto
22-Los funclontlos diplomIti-
cos allegados a J Organisacl6n
de los Estadms aericanoe diJe-
ran que el Conso de este orga-
nismo deblera R*iantenerse al
margen de la coptroversla frons
terlza entire rfu y Ecuaf4
hasts que los ence da -
diacil de is tr =a
hja~as tr


SOC a debate


monetarial


En brillante intervenci6n la

delegaci6n guatemalteca abq

por la mecanizaci6n agrkok.
Se dara comienzo a las discusiones sobre loe spe
toe esenciales de Ia Conferencia
"Nuostra delegacl6n spoyari las moelones tendleates a or
an dearrollo econ6mico proplo, no 61o parm Guatem
para tedo el Continente". expre6a en Is reunaln de hoy
Comisidn I e Preclo y Reservas el el dlegado de Guatemab, d
Antonio Cereso Ruiz.
"Nos homes enfrentado, despUis del conflicted bleo, a-ism
tes diflcultades para aprovechar ntestras resertas meone*tpj-
el exterior en la adquislci6n de implemeatoe agrieoluas lm i
dibles pars la mecasnleol6n del agre. coantinua6 mis
te y para remediar eia situaciin, ma necesara l olas agM
International que coadyuve en la soluel6n do loe problewi q
cenfrontan los paies cuya agrieulturs e encenteta en
rudimentarlo y que haee poeo honor a los avances do lsa 6p


"La falta de dichos imple-
mentos distrae el element hu-
mano eoenclal para las laborers
de produccl6n y limits las po-
silbldades do crear una econo-
mis basada en mitodos mo-
demos", expres6 el sefior Ce-
rezo Rutle aIl hacer present e la
absolute neeesldad do que los
paljes' Industriales cooperan on
Ia estabilizael6n de los preclos
de maqulnartas y en la eleva-
ci6n do la capacidad de pro-
duccl6n de las distintau Repd-


blicas del Continente.
La Comsli6n esouch6 la
labra del delegado gpalM
co despu6s que fuera pre.
da una mocl6n del iW"
tante arentino tendlente
jar on plazo para la m r
cl0n do proyeets lob M'
8e acord6, bajo. Is prsH
'del delegado uruuao,.
Milo BercheI, do la a
de hoy a secuebsh la
uanswayssI'we


Esperam .im

para fTwar ctrato sobreI
S,' *.'* ': ** "- AA


& Educa e o it .rroflo al Pf . Cuarb" del Programa
de Presidente Harry S. Tkuman


riaan e acuerdips a-
tia la educeoan sa-
'nuestrq pais fueron
0f e Mlnferto
SPretVa6n 80ocal y
lOs por el Ministro
el doctor Townsend,
Sdel Servlcio Coope-
eramerlcano de Sa-
I.
werdosa que son el
Nukito que Bea firm
i. cooperativa de sa-
a bao elI Programa


nttarla, unas
ooperalbo In-
flalud PfibUea
m bajo la dl-
ubca en isu
rmoe. E]tadis-
naltari8.


Un se'vIqv~o d.


nica a la campafla de educa-
edin sanitaria que ha de em-
prmnder el Departamento e
Bated Publica a travis del -a-
cuerdo quinto, que provee, a
au vez, por mn total de .3.
34,700.00 para labor duc$tWra
sobre la salud en .nqevtrdi'pais.
LaUs actlvldades dtrigidas des-
de una oflclus central y una
comisi6n ampeelal do educacl6n
-sanltarla, se realinzara.a tra-
veA deo las Unidades SanltarWl
-inteniflcando la labor educa-
tiva sabre Is salud de la po-
blacl6n.
Los acuerdom shtelorea tn.
clulan la oampafia de vacura-
cl6n BOG contIa tubereWo-
'si, quoe AprA inctada .muy pron-
to y otro mobrir proaraias de
Invatigacl6n an agenleril sa-
mitarsia en l1a areas rueales.
I n f a gIn9 a del sacuerdo es-
thban presntea el director r de
kfa a liPaita 5, Col. 5)


Sidicato de ndustriales

lhace reforms a unProyecto

4k Decreto Ley sore Patetes
.1 .
Cal fes de document privado de caraeter invio-
]labe el "balance de situaeidn"' estima,
Squeno debe exiirme


Con 'uatn~~ie reformss de
-ndo red-cn devolvi6 el
S to ode Industr sles de
abs el proyecto.Ae Ley otra
now@ .Xamerr .0 i-tuhdia-

,f6 lc. a(-- el 9 r-

&etairmeas ae t -o


20 de. iuatra Contitucli6 Na-
ciontl consagra para Is corres-
pondencla y demise d mimfuta oi
privados de los comerclantes e
industrlales".
Arficulo o.--a patent cq-
merclal de Primra Clase m wme-
cesaria para eaerer el eoleelo
"al por yW.r", 9. o. es, pa
tender meroadatia gr-anee
cantdades, pr A g,
balomes o faas,
has, etc., etc.:a y aa
tusl' -" ,,Wmw mwl


.
- I


a .ts B es ad y
I p ra co 'u e a e
desoonzeca un faUo sd l orte
Supreme da. JustlIt. NA jg em-
)e.o ban logrado qqe un Mt-
listro dde o tado, sin 6 )Arie
Uiquiera, exprese el vob'upto
juridico de que la I&In Itu-
eIoalfdad despu6s d~'-dd ara-
da neealta de sentenelh de 0-
bedectiolento proferida en de-
mands de UIegalidad para que
sea acatada...!1
"Haremos uso de todos los
recursos legales a nuestro al-
cance pars que ae obedezca a
la Corte aunque para ello ten-
gamos que gestionar la aplicp-
cl6n de sancloneg penales para
quienes parecen olvidar que las
violaclones de la Conatituci6n y
de las leyes por funclonarios
de alta jerarquia, -por elevada
(Pasa a Is PrAg Col. 5)


Dos expedimles ha

pasado en edusdo

18 La islti 8

La Comisi6n Leglalativa Pcr-
nianente pas6 a dos aubcom.l-
sltones los expedientes. que les
fueroa entregados pars su es-
tudlo. Uno fu6 el quO -e reflcre
a-la demand interputsta can-
tra el Magistrado 'de la Corte
Supremaf de Justiti,, doctor Fu-
blo A. Vnsquez y otro el de las
sumarias que se siguen al H. D.
Norberto Zurita en relaci6n con
su partlcipaci6n en el ilntcnto
de derogatorla de la Constitu-
cl6n de 1944.
El primer exped1inte fu6 pa-
sado a una subcomMf6t que e3-
tA formada por los LH. L)D.
Pllnio Varela y Demetrio Dece-
rega, y el otro, a los HH. DD.
Molas" Mndez Mier y Arcadio
Aguilera 0.
Iota Oltima subwpopldn de-
befr rendir informs el pr6zimo
tnartes.



CICULACION P"o

SDEAYM MiSF


22,3 .


bri Lord I0n .
anun que ha e la aire-
glos jaecaaMios Sl u. e, .a-
fsana de Tebe por' la via
area. .
Stqkas .haba enkregado a los
iranloa un. ultimAtum sobre .,a
propuest." britnlcasu parsa lie-
gar a un arregto de Ia crtils p,-
trolera, dando at OIbtoero de
Iran un plaid de trees horas pa-
ra que cotftestaran 6ste.
El Vice-Premier de IrAn. H'.-
ssein Fatemi dijo que "no nos
someteremos al ultimatum. St 3-
kes ha escrito una carta y el
Gabinete la contestara en la
lorma de costumbre"-
Stokes pedia que dsta fuera
contestada en trees horas.


dbt aprovecar li s 8 r-
t d de medisoltn que
*I protocolo de Ito de

TaiAt*er ,.como r sfdor ys
.neA do qae las cut la-
W garantizaron el a-
eaoftdo 19"1e Investiguen los
Iswidentes Ieclentes en las re-
rund s fronterizas. E1 embaja-
dor poruano Juan Bautista de
Lavali deelar6 que no ha re-
clbido instrucclones scerea de
la dispute fronteriza. Par su
part el embajador ecuatoria-
no, Alfonso Moacoso, declare que
tampoco ha dado paso alguno
en relaci6n con la viela contro-
versia.
Fuentes chilenas no ban in-
dicado que se tenga el prop6-
(Pass la pigina 5. Col. 5


Se estudiara establecimiento

de un fondo monetario que se

usara en caso de una urgenqia


La tercera gesiln plenaria de
rs Cotfbeucia Regional de Irtle-
bre Aftosa se Inlio #ta tmaaa-
na con un discurso del doctor
Keith L. KeAteven Jefe de Ics
Servicios Veterinarios de la Or-
ganizacil6n de Agricultura y A-
limentos de las Nactones Uii-
das. '
El doctor Kesteven p*16 el
establecimlento de. un coiiit'
internaclonal coordinator "que
actue come centro pars el In-
tercamblo "do Informacl6n so-
bre aftosan no a6lo en 6sta Aiea
sino del mundQ enteroq'. Tam-
bien pud 0el nombrameto de
un expert de d&h%*a organi/a-
ci6n Intemaclonal para que I1-
bore con el comitien la dis-
minaeldn de la infqrmaci6n so-
bre lose brotee do aftosa y p.o-
vea Is asistoncisa tonlea nece-
s&ria. t


La dek
clar6 qu

ma
Al 4
pr


~rdo P


umma de-
Eada ,on
ati a a
l4n o bA-
14canite
lditerent'b
t'.-rvin 7.
ntro ?a-

au oral-
-al-


ponf,


informed.
El Doctor Orlan Hall, Direc-
tor General de Is Divisi6on de
Veterinarian del Departamento
de Agricultural del Canada h!-
zo tso de la palabra pars refe-
rirse al punt cuatro de la a-
genda sobre "Reglamentacion
de la Cuarentena" y pronunci6
un discurso sobre las restriacio-
nes canadienrses de imyor'a-
ciones.
Por recomendaci6n del Ing.
Samudio en la segunda seain
plenaria ayer, se propuso al
creacl6n de tres comitis para
que ostudien el primer punt
de la agenda que trata sobie la
(Paa a aIs Pa. 5. Col. 4) -

El Dr. C. Guevara
conocera el caso
dl 10 de Mayo
Leo Malgitrados del Tribunal
Superior al callficar el impedli-
mento presentado par el doe-
tor Carlos Guevara para cooe-
cor de las sumarlai de lm a-
ceas de Mayo. declexaroM *
no bahbs lugar a l, y 7 Al
sats echoe de quoe ane da
in.amu..m..te...ntmarebnow Ams*


Vr4 -'
S., ,..


oeasma establee ae
1s y 2 6 Aes we re gs--
trar en las reiltoteae or-
ganlsads OfleI. 0del Sfrello
Selective en la Zons del Ua-
nal y Guam, entire I sam. y
5 pum. el 6 de septlembre pro-
ximo.
Todos los demi se registrs-
ran en su cumpleafos de los
18 o dentro de loe ineo dias
siguientes. El Sevco Belee-
tive aqui inform we i*e ni-
elarA hnuedlatasmete la ela-
sificaci6n de le regilstrados.
Ellos probablemente den uns
euota cuando los Serviclsi
Armadoas llamen a sus filas
el pr6oximo octubre.


Sobre denuncia del

Bco. Agropecuario

se hace aclaracion
Dofia Aminta 8. de Brin nos
ha enviado la Is siguilente aclara-
n en en relacin con denuncia
rmulada per el Banco Agro-
ecuario ante el Fiscal Tercero
del Circulto:
En vista de que mi esposo, Be-
Aor Teodoro Brin, se encuentra
detenido en la Carcel Modelo,
bor cuestiones political, me veo
precisada a haoer la present a-
claracimn, con respect a un de-
nuncio malevolo y tendencloso
presentado por el Sotor Eduar-
do Vallarino, ante el Fiscal de
Turno, contra los seiores Enri-
que Linares Jr., Teodoro Brin y
Hector Navarro Jr., ex-funclo-
narios del Banco Agro-Pecuario
a Industrial. por suPuestas vio-
aIciones al Csdlio Penal. en o-
peraci6n commercial entire eta
Institution del Estado y la fir-
ma Sotillo y Cia.. de esta plaza.
Del contenido del denunclo In-
terpuesto par el senor Vallarino.
se desprende que se trata de
una operasclon netamente co-
merclal, corriente y normal den-
tro doe eta actlvldades done
no ha habtdo mallcia ni nada
Uielto. Senellamente, SotUllo y
Cia.. vendisa al BAP, trees mil
(3.OOO) Wntfls de catf6 a cLn-
Vuenta y i W balboa con velnte
eentdof8.. *$I=) el quin-
tal. denf df-alerts omUpula-
Momuu U lw an el comerkci y
4w el Va Vllro, nor deso-
noebmietW O time doie a
jnau"Wk,4 eMWiDr als-


d* ]s Caj4 e doIWeUAI
medio del cal eam I
prets tresolentos ail bal as
para terminar el Hospital Nico-
las 8oalaP de La Chorrerma.
objeto de revision por part de
Isa Contraloria y que una vYes e
rinds el informed del caso se pro-
cedera a la firm del mismo con
objeto de InJciar los trabajos
cuanto antes.
Regun cAlculos hechos por t&c
nicos, el hospital puede star
listo en Enero, al el Seguro en-
trega el pr6stamo en el curso
del proximo rmes.
El Hospital tiene capacidad
para 250 pacientes y su man-
renlmiento se estima en mis dee
selaclentos mil balboas anuales.


Secuestrado


el cunado


de C. Prio
LA HABANA, agosto 22. 'UP'.
Urgente. Matias Vega, co-
nocido locutor de la radio, de-
nunci6 ante la Policia Secretsa
quo eatando en compafita del
Representante a Ia CAmara
Enrlque C. Henriquez, se pre-
sentaron tres hombres arms-
Pass a Ia Pagina S, esoL 4


a Ley'e

enelMin.i


Esta marfana s reunl 0
el despacho del Minsatro
blerno y Justicia repreinsn I B
de los partidos politico.
objeto de diswutir algmaakb .
tos de la Ley de Ele~eleZs
Estuvieron presented on
reunl6n ademia del Minatn
Goblerno y Justicia, Dr.
Angel Oraooftez, le Lie. V
Florenclo Goytia, por el PalI
Liberal Nacional, el Dr. Joe 6
zet por el PRA, el Lie. Ram6 A
Jurado y el Lie. Eloy MBeBd
por el Frente Patriotico, el
Demetrlo A. Porras, por el P
tido Socialista: por Union
pular, Dr. Sergio Gon ezAlftjY
Ing. Victor Jullao, por el
Alejandro Rem6n. por el .Par-
no Renovador, el Lic. Dolilt-
go H. Turner y Roberto Ciem
por el PRI, Julio Clement, VOLl
Partido Conservador, Lu Wi
Garcia de Paredes. .
El Dr. Ordofez expl6co la Ist
cesidad de Intentar una ro*fI
ma de la Ley Electoral, soabre W
do par& evitar el traslado di .
urnas, lo cual se puede pauw
al fraude y para buscA uGM
(Pasa a a Pigains 5, Uil. S)


Treinta y dos naciones listai

a la firma del Tratado de Pazs

concertado con los japoneses
Otras diez s6lo han aceptado en principio concurrfr
a la ceremonia en San Francisco


WASHINGTON, agosto 22. --
UP). El Departamento de
Estado anunc1o que 32 naclo-
nes han aceptado definltiva-
monte concursir a la firm del
Tratado de Paz en San Fran-
casco. el mes pr6ximo, en tan-
to que atrs dies solo han a-
ceptado e en principles.
ntre la que sabe poiti-
vamente que asirtlrn f guran
quince naclonea latlnoamerlca-
na a saber: Bra. Colombia.
Coga Rica. Cuba, Ecutador 1l
Salvdor. Ouatenala, Haiti,.
Hondua MIsico. Nicaragua.
Panama, Paraguay, Republicu
Domnlsana y Veneauela.
tfe las alatinomuinerlcanas
?u han aceptdo en pr nclpio
la Ieghelen, uyox nombres
no d el Departamento de s-
tado, seeg eft puto hecho per
laltda t etin: n-
Maile 7


preparan revi

Con motivo de cele
vlg6almo anivueril det
dadci6n de Isa epatd5
mesa doe uena 7y
renoa de la gI
sus empleades aun
bailable on el que
sobre allentes
el orden. an
Comenpw

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la "OEA" debe mantenerse al

inmargen de d' puta fronteriza


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intercambio de information sobre Aftosa


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4HAMMODIO ARIA9. T-,.cT@O
S0DtADO POP LA
A.* COITORA PANAMA AIEKRICA. 6. A.
i TeLfe" 2-0140 tCONTRAL PRIVADA) AP#RTADO POSTAL NO. 13A
StIN US 1TALLIKI SITUADO n.N ISTAT CIVADO. CALSI M. NO. 7

POR EL PRESTIGIO DE LOS TRIBUNALES,

S* Se ha demostrado reitetadamente en esta co-
I umna que uno de los medios mas eficaces para
lantener y sostener el prestigio de la Naci6n es
el de tributar debido acatamiento a los fallos de
Os Tribunales de Justicia. De poco o nada sirven
s itituciones si los.. ciudadanos y, sobre todo,
as distintas ramas del gobierno, no respetan los
allows que se dicten sobre ese particular. pspecial-
tente en el extranjero se produce en tales circuns-
ancias la impresi6n de inestabilidad social, de anar-
tuia.
I C Acaba de surgir un case que puede Ilevar con-
bigo consecuencias desfavorables para el buesn-nom-
Jwe de ia Repuiblica: la Corte Suprema de Justi-
'a, en ejercicio de la potestad exclusive ,ue le
>torga la Constitucion, decide& ayer que es incons-
atucional un Decreto Ley que modifica la ley or-
Hinica de la Caja de Seguro Social. Entre esas mo-
Vlificaciones esta la de autorizar al Ejecutivo, en
kesencia, para remover al Gerente. Se hizo uso de
tal autorizaci6n, aun cuando el Gerente anterior
2iabia sido nombrado, de acuerdo con la ley orgi-
Siica, por un period determinado que no s'e ha-
*lia vencido en la fecha en que fue destitufdo. El
propio dia en que se decidi6 que era inconstitucio-
yal el Decreto-Ley aludido, una rama del Ejecuti-
:vo declar6 que el nuevo gerente-que fue nombra-
do en virtud de una disposici6n inconstitucional-
vcontinuaria en su puesto mientras no se decide
Wespecificamente que es illegal el decreto de su
inombramiento.
: Tal actitud ha de ser considerada pura y sim-
plemente como un pretexto o un subterfugio pa-
cra desconocer, por lo menos en apariencia y des-
;de el punto de vista de la moral administrative,
2e1 alcance del fallo dictado por nuestro mis alto
'tribunal de justicia.
Porque si se sabe que es inconstitucional la
disposici6n que airvi6 de base para hacer el nom-
wsrmfentl y si !l propio tiempo realmente se de-
,sea qu se "l jebo reivindicaciones adminis-
.tratival no.', aser absolhtamente nfcesarido
que we siwt rt trami es adicionales de mero tec-
i.ic'.mo para llegar al acatamiento inmediato de lo
%que quiere la Carta Fundamental. Si se procediera
de la manera que parece desprenderse de la actitud
.asumida hasta ahora pqr una rama ejecutiva, se
Adoptaria en efecto una tactica dilatoria que vio-
lavia el espiritu de lo que manda la Constituci6n.
S La impresi6n general que va a quedar en el
pdublico, tanto aqui como en el extranjero, es que
Vuna rama del Ejecutivo busca pretextos para des-
Rconocer la esencia de un fallo judicial. Y esto es
auMy grave para nuestras instituciones democrati-
leas.


CONCURSO DE PRECIOUS
La Inspecci6n Provincial de Educacidn de Panama hasta
el sabado 25 del present a las 10 a.m. recibiri propuestas
para el suministro de:
500 resmas de papel mime6grafo, tamafio 8"2 x 13"
marca "Mimeo-Bond" o similares.
100 resmas de papel de oficlo con rayas, tamaflo
8 x 13".
Sera requisito indispensable que la entrega sea inme-
diata.
PodrAn hacerse propuestas totales o parciales y debera
acompafarse muestra del papel que se ofrece.
Panama, Agosto 22 de 1951.
Roberto Nufies E.
Inspector Prov. de Educacion
*


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Oct ,rpuje l "Loqw

de.WASHINGTON aunaf
P, eW-PEARSON morir

;rew Pearson dice: Un General Nacionalista estuvo em- Brilante di*s
bols6ndose el dinero de eyuda norte-americano; el con- la tumbl
tribuyeote norte-americano soli6 sacrificado con me- -i__ii
dio mill6n de d6olares.


WASHINGTON. Aun'
cuando el Congreso esta con-'
siderando otra partida de M30
millones de d6lares para ayu- *
dar 'a Chiang Kal-.shek, esta
column ha descublerto evi-
dencia documental de lo que
ha sucedido con los ultimos
125 millones que este recibi6
del contribuyente norteame-
ricano.
El hecho indiscutible es quo
enormes sumas de dinero han
desaparecido e ido a parar
a cduentas privadas, y ademas,
comisiones innecesarIas 'nan
side ganadas pr una' series
de Intermediarios.
Par ejemplo, esta columns
ha logrado descubrir qu e
444,706,53 dolares que han
sido sacados del bolsillo del
contribuyerfte inorteamericano
fueron a parar a sla cuent
de una compafia fleticticla.
Se suponia que este dinero
era para pgara material so-


LA VUELTA AL CAMPO
Santiago, agosto 5 d' 1951.
Br/"Director:
Pehnitamf felicitarlo por el
contenido .de su muy atinado
editorial que trajo "El PanamA
America" en la entrega del dia
3 de los corrientes valiosA su-
gesti6n que- ojala tenga eco en-
Ire las autoridades encargadas
de este program.
Es indudable, que la afluen-
cla de campesinos agricultores
en las ciudades de Panama y.
Colon ha afectado grandemen-
te la economic national y seria
de gran provecho para el pais,
descongestionar la capital, ha-
clendo regresar a sus campos,
estos trabajadores. pero, para
que esta media llene los sa-
nos pron6sitos qud se r flejan
en su bien pensado editorial,
hay que tomar en cuenta que
la mayoria de esos trabajadores
del campo no poseen tierras
propias para dedicarse a la a-
gricultura y no mejorartan en
nada nuestra prcdUccl6n, si el
.Estado no. Aes,-$allta tierraz
ara sus labranzas.
Por otra iarte, ,ha que in-
tervenir con el Mfiisterlo de
Agriculture, a fin de que los
Fomentos Agricolas Inlclt un
movlmientd de ayud* grttutai
arandole las tierras al campe-
sino, para educarlos en el sen-
tido de demostrarles que no
se neceslta cortar y quemar a-
nualmente nuevos lotes.
Hasta ahora, dichos Pomen-
tos solo estan prestando ser-
vicio a los pudientes y fami-
liares de los entcargados de es-
tos departamentos, mien tras
nuestros agricultores llevan a
cabo sus trabajos con el viejo
sistema rudimentario de hace



ROYAL
LA MAQUINA No. I
en calidad de trabajo


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LINOLEOS
(Pabco, Certainteed y
Armstrong Congoleum)
EN ALFOMBRAS:
6' x 9' ........ .B/. 3.98
7 x 9' ........ 5.48
9' x 10' ....... 7.48
9'x 12' ........ 8.98

Ademas: LOZA CRISTALE-
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MMLES DE ARTICULOb 'aAS


Avenida Central 91


brante d4e guerra, pero mis-
teriosamente fue depositado
en la eueptas de aIs Compamfl
Sun Leo en el National City'
Bank de Nueva York.
ian embargo, unsa nvestl-
gael6n euidadosa ha demos-
trade quo la Sun Lee Compa-
ny no ea mas nada que un
nombe en., un libro de obe-
Pero he aqui algo oorpxn -
dentea E1 hombre que Sm-
vo Jugando con estas cueitasl
es nada menos que el eOMe-
ral C. J. Chou, principal
miembro del Estado M t or
de Chilag Kai-shek. Eit4
m isam n General 'Choun e0t
4tambl6 ensargado de hseer
todai las compras militares
para los' Nacionalistas Chi-
nos, o en otras palabras, es
Isa persona encargada de ma-
nejar les 307 millions que el
Congtrse se propone enviar a
Formosa.


un a1glo.
be Ud. muy atbntamente,
Anastasio Diaz J.,
Maestro Especial de la Escuela
Anexa 'Dominio del CanadA


El Colegio de los

Ingenieros cita a

re un6n para boy

E1 Colegio de Ingenieros Civi-
les, recltn- fundado, cita por
eate medio a sus socios, a una
reunl6n que se verificari hoy
a las ocho y media de la noche
en el edificio de la s acultad de
Ingenieria de la IUtversidad
Nacional.
Se rueBa puntual asistencia a
esta reunl6n, done ase tratakJ
ran t6picos do gran inter6t
para sus miembo.m


'P~tdab ,


Jos6 Pardo Llada
De acuerdo con cahjes reel-
bidos de La Habana, el entre-
rro del lider Ortodoxo Eduardo
CbibAis fue una domostract6n do
dolor como nunca eh la histo-
iia de Cuba. A oontinuacion
publiramos el disourse pronun-
ciado par Jos6 Pardo Llada an-
te la rumba de Cltlba, el ual
tomamos del perlidleo de La
Habana, "EL Mut4O" en su
edicion del 18 del actual:
Discurso de Wardo Llads
"Hace unos Instantes hemos
dejado definitivamente estruja-
do entire el carifio conmovedor
de su pueblo que resistidndose
a career en la terrible verdad
queria seguirlo, queria tocarlo
en su f6retro, queria estar bien
cerca de el, como estuvoV tan-
tas veces siguilndole en los
dias de batallas inolvidables.
"Hace unos instantes, entire
el dolor del pueblo de Cuba, el
mis grande, sincero y profui-
do dolor de la Republica, he-
mos dejado a nuestro gallardo
paladin, sin tacha y sin micu-
la, Eduardo Chibis y Ribas.
"Tu sacrificio, tu inmolaci6n,
nos dan a todos los que te
queriamos, al pueblo entero de,
Cuba que tu tanto quisiste, la
media excepcional de tu ta-
lla moral. Hay en los pueblos
nombres y guias que estan mis
alla de las circunstanclas his-
t6ricas, figures sefieras que -so-
brepasan el liderato politico,
para calif iar una actitud mo-
ral en la historla.
"Carlos Manuel de Cespedes
e Ignacio Agramonte en la lu-
cha del 68, Jos6 Marti y An-
tonio Maceo en la lucha del 95.
Manuel Sanguily y Bartolom6
Masa en los anos inlclales de
nueso Republea, Eduard Chi-
bis nuestra segunda tapa
de vida republican que co-
mienza con el .ovlmiento es-
tudiantil revolucionarlo de 1927
y que todavia no ha termi-
nado.
"Estos hombres no vieron cul.
nlinada su labor y su ejemplo.
No les toc6 en suerte mate-
rializar bajo su espiritu y nO
sus capacidades inteligentes, Y
que ellos representaban y e
ideal porque ellos luchaban.
Pe r o Cespedes, Agramonte,
Marti. Maceo, Sanguily, Mas6
y Chibis forman a lo largo de
tods esta historic de Cuba las
mis altos hitos de la concien-
cia moral, ellos recogen la mo-
ral de- los fundadores y Chi-
bis en estos iltimos afios re-
coge y le da brillantez y ga-
llardia a la moral, a la cons-
tante pr6dica moral que no
puede morir nunca para nues-
tro pueblo.
"Ese tiro dramatico del do-
mingo cinco en la CMQ a mi
se me antoja. por su antece-
dente de terrible peso hist6rl-
co, que tenia en su eco, los
ecos del badajo de La Demaja-
gua. Eduardo ChibAs en tiem-
pos de baja conciencia moral,
con un medio politico corrom-
pido hasta el tuetano, con go-
bernantes traidores a los prn-
ciplos revolucionarios Su p"
mantener siempre con entereza
la bandera de la limpieza y
de la honestidad, lider de la
honradez, lider del sentitlen-
to mis profundo y sentldo del
pueblo- de Cuba, un gobierno
honrado oara un pueblo hon-
rado. Qud vida tan extrabrdi-
naria la de este hombre *siz


Ministerio de Educacion


CONCURSO DE NOMBRAMIENTO PARA
CATEDRAS DE SEOUNDA ENSEIANZA


A partir del martes 21, al sadado 25 de Agosto del pre-
sente afio se aceptarin solicitude' de aspirantes a las si-
guientes citedras vacantes:
COLEGIO "ABEL BRAVO": Una (1) Regular interina de
Ingles; Una (1) Regular interina de Matetniticas; DoS (Y)
Regulars de Matemiticas; Una (1) Regular Interlna de
Estudlos Sociales; Una (1) Especial de Latin (10 horas).
ESCUELA SECUNDARIA DZ CHITRE: Una (1) Regular
de Arte; Una (1) Regular de Espafolo.
LICEO DE SERORITAS: Una (1) Regular internal de
Matemitlcas.
COLEGIO FELIX OLIVAREB C.: Una (1) Regular de
Inglis; y Una (1) Regular de Coeatci General.
EBCUELA D 'ARTES Y OF1CI8 "MELCHOR LABSO
DE LA VEGA": Una (li Regular Ilterina de Clenclas.
ESCUELA NORMAL "J. D. 6tWM6NIw A": Una (1) Re-
gular Interina de Economia Dom*datl .
ESCUELA NATIONAL DE MODIETIRIA: Una (1) Re-
.gular Interina de Muisica.


Panama, 31 de Agosto de 1o h


* k b


. -art .. .. .. .
"'Arranca suI Anobre en isa
astoria do Ouba' en los atoZ
rolcol )i la IUniu del u
'.8l .-Osvs prim
Is. pgllgro y
a- uv Sov *si libro 00
t d :. ralclonado pnor
doptede sut pd*
4 NN eas o@tAn todaia
e'- manos do .U
at u Agramonte, las
SJ1k. Q w los qu h bord"-
cubana do los
camagueyanos.
"l 'ft eonsalgna inque-,
.ban s n a]~l los af os do
a di u aachadista. No
n[ doetgelnerlo los slea-
o del- .._ _en, n. laL prigo
nI el eOM Su alma slempr*
grade.. nerosa habris de
Nroar o **n- los momentow
4 iaayare fuego en las pasl5o-
3w y.ousudo el pueblo trata-'
ba doe e atitr a los culpable
de oho afif de latrOclnlo. deo.
vergoNea pilquldad, surgl6.
de nuevo el paladin gallardo y
Iren ,a'lp escalinata de a
Univeraud, front alI odio bru4,
tal qu qtpria cegarse para
escornsaaw por iltima vez 91
Serpo 4oe Uno de los sicarios,
el oalta A iclrt, se aizo,
Jugin doneuna vez mis au vi.
da, la kano y Isa voluntad de
Chlbis.
"Alil comenz6 el gran lider
a ser la constant pridica vi-
va de un movimiento de ho-
nestidad. Levant6 despus laI
bandera del ideal revoluciona-
rio front al gobierno de Ba-
tista, vhio la traictln de aque-
llos a quienes 61 sigui6 y en-
tonces rechazandolo todo, di-
nero, Dosielones y poslbilidadeas
politics, as lanz6 a Ia mis I
alta, a la .cumbre, a la mas
pura de sus realizaciones, la
constitucift del Partido del
Pueblo Cubano Ortodoxo. I
'"Eate partido, estos hombres
que ahora abrazado 'ton losa
hombres humildds de sup pueblo
estamos rlndidndole el saludo
respetuoso do nuestra emocl6n,
somos los legatarlos de un
mandate inexorable. Tenemos,
decade ahora que recorder mI
vida enters de ChIbig. Tenemogt
desde ahora que &er cOnsecuezA
te con iu predict do 25 anfi
de sacriflioo y lucha revolucio-
naria.
"Fuerte .oapItan, vawente y a-
guerrido capltan, t u has caind
fisicamente,, ti quUate rwbriT
car con tu sangre el m a
de verdad del pueblo do
Tal ves s Is trIgi ,


hlst6rico ~ite5*h
"No fue CaxuaUa ha-
ce unos mese duar li-
bis sigutera el cesaino Tam-
pa hasta Cayo fieto y que ha-
ce solo unas soemanas eastvier
tambitn junto a la tumb. de
Marti. El quiso, repito, rubrl-
car su martirologio con su sin-
gre, El quiso dar un ejemplo
extreme de desinter6s y de pa-
triotlamo y neoatrds, que lo
hablamos visto slempre triun-
fador durante 25 afios de lucha,
no llegamos a career quo Chl-
mas se muriera.
"Nos gano la leyenda mito-
16glca de Aquiles el Invulnera-
ble y llegamos a career que
nuestro jefe no podria morilr,
Aseguramos que su vida no le
correspondia ya a au propia
voluntad. Era la vida do un
pueblo, pero el destino quiso
marcar con huella imborrable
el caso tumultuoso y profundo
de este hombre exceptional en
la historic de Cuba,
"El ha muerto fislcamente
pero ha' dejado no un partido.
su partido, ha dejado tun pas-
mo de emocl6n en la concien-
cia cubana. En tiempos le co-


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nu, M
do luc
V~flA,


raban flores por .ult v ez, bi do Cuba.
intre el dolor de lose campe- :",n -tos tirsw de
silnos quo vinrn e cmar- ca d. ostdr
:as ljanas aba ndon o ir s- fi e
yor y rechazando su salarloe de moda'aldWn di a
ra verlo un' Istanto y o- deo y nadia habri de
ullo de erca. ntre el pIw mars deo asr hoiado'.
om s trnbajadre quCe Gb ri aga aol fait1
tambln suspendleron su labo ra tener Is decision ca
Ar7 star cerca doel Jt. que- de saber vivir y de sbG
I Entre el arreba tado do- pot tu pueblo esta
or 'de la mlitancia ortodoxa, tried yterble ta
hmeos visto al fondo de estas blo nos ha oefialdo i6c
igrlmas una puqplt clara do.No deesansaresqa, o0m,
Si5peraeZ5. 54 .s dy, no ,.
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CARTAS AL DIRECTOR
En esta secol6n daremos eabida a tdas aqueslas eartas
nqe se ts dr!lu oanbre t6pleoi de nlteris general.
que no oean 1ctlmaiwo tenaub.


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El seplio dI asnado Eduardo R. Chibs el sAbado pasado on Ia Habana constituy6, sin duda alguna, la mixi.
Mi a manifestacl6n. d duelo vista do s61o -n la capital cubans'sino on toda la isla. Con absolute unanimidad, la ciudad
Ai l i"Habana so sum6 at postror tribute rendido atl Ider ortodoxo, enlutando las ventanas y balcones de las casas
particulars; arrojando flores desdo los mismos al paso del cortejo; corrando el comercio y pgralizando prActicamente
i toda actividad y,i sobretodo, acomp'afiando al cadAver hasta latumba. La fotografia quo publicamos nos muestra una
vista del entierro del popular Ilder ortodoxo, cuando cientos de miles de personas so lanzaron a las calls de la Habana
part Ilorar at paso del f6retro. (Foto: DiarJo El Mundo de la Habana)


,H- una ,laa Ia ln.rf en el a1no 19N. -Aeaso la fotografla les bhae aflorar lee tiempos
.... sr .IVir rO$ Ivlerdt star muertos? N6tese- la dferencia entire leos vestidos de bafio
on o y los die r. Los publieados ayer tamblin eran usados en 1900 eon la
i ae iencia que los de sJon los que usaban las diwhuachas communes. Y miren si son
Sne s6lo na eas use a medi"s. s demis se hban quitado 1as medlas que
rour iao I190, la mayoria de las a nieachah omunes ya'no saban media en
-o- las damas elegantes, Si uted hublese id a la playa en ese entonces con una
wfa7 cpus, taftferiril Ia danta comun a la dama-elegante?


Despues de 2 dias sin rumbo va hacia
&I oslo i(UP). el huracin hkbia refthudado su
El huraca e 130 milll co- -curaq hnaca el Oest despues
measg6 a mdverse lent -ente de haber ptermanetldo dos dias
hacia dosta entire ,MLeI y usin rugmbo fijo en el Golfo de
TejaLs, -ovocando enormet olas. IWxico. .
A; o, sna.i meteo rol6lal dae Adntte .el huracan .no pudo
Nueva Orleabis Inform6o qe A ler Icallzado durante la noche
las seis de la mafiana de hoy por leo s viones de la Fuerza

15 DIAS TIENE HOY '
SDE VIVIR SIN bMER,
SIN BEER, EN EL

TEATRO MAYOO"


El Gran Fakir

"URBAN 0"
EL HOMBRE SE AGOTA
LA MUERTE LO ACECHA
Y AL PUBLIC SOLO LE
QUEDA POCA OPORTUNIDAD
PARA VE ESTA
FORMIDABLE EXHIBICION!
ENTRADA 30 cts.


el oeste el cicldn
Area, se cree que se encuen-
tra a unas 230 mills al Este
de Tampico.
Los 90,000 habitantes de este
puerto se encuentran prepara-
dos para lo que pueda suceder.
El Gobierno mexicano tiene
una flota de 80 camiones lis-
tos para evacuar a los residen-
tes de la seccion oriental de -la
ciudad en donde viven las cla-
ses pobres.
Las tropas federales patru-
llan las desiertas secclones re-
sidenciales de la ciudad para
evitar cualquier intent de pi-
Ilaje.


Tome [DiEjj
a e8 una bebida delicious
V no contiene estimulaute
* ayuda a conciliar el sueflo
4 se prepare en la misma taza
4 con agus o leche caliente
Compro POSTUM hey-
Smismoypruibelolo


Socles de Co( n
o JUDITrrB BERTONCIQ
Tel. 4 Aptdo. 10$
Compleafinos
El dia 20 de los corrientes.
celebro un afio mas de vida el
nifilto Richard Anthony Hull,
hljo del hogar del senior Ro-
bert M. Hull y sefiora Lia Oso-
rio de Hull. Aunque algo tarde,
le hacemos llegar al pequefto
Richard nuestras fellcltaciones.
En el dia de ayer celebr6 sus.
natales el sector Juan Rios. A
las muchas felicitaciones reci-
bidas con tal motive, unimos
las nuestras cordiales.
El iovenclto Demetrio "'aga-
r6pulos, hilo de .-don Thebdoro
Tagar6pulos y sefiora Zohaila
de Tagaropulos. se v16 ayer
muy felicitado per sun nume-
rosos amiguitos per f,9stejar
un afia mis de vida. Que cum-
pla muchos mis son nuestros
mejores deseos.
Matrimonio Coronado-Arroyo
El dia nueve de septiembre
a las 7 a.m., en la Iglesia de
Santa Ana contraeran matri-
monio la sefiorita Digna Maria
Coronado, hija del senior Mar-
tin Coronado y sefiora Maria
de Coronado y el sector don
Dullo Arroyo.
Formulamos votes muy sin-
ceros por la ventura conyugal
de la nueva pareja que se for-
ma.
Cumpleafios de hoy
El seftior don Orlando Te-
jeira Q., Juez Segundo del Cir-
cuito, celebra en esta fecha sus
natales. PFor este medio le ha-
cemos Ilegar nuestras felicita-
clones a las muchas que reciba.
Reunl6n del Club
Los Tifre4
Las esposas de Los Tigres a-
sistlran esta noche como invl-
tadas a la reUnio6n que los

iNis
laxatles fIeries,
dieat f liz maria


SCuando o hfblkr de All-Bran, to
pe v mi mIjer que I. toffAramos.
El result fu sorprendente. Nun.
ca os cansremo de
L Kleppe.180 100bth
Avenue S. Min.
neapolis ..
cribi6 voluatariaa
mente ost lo, ioage
que centenare de o
personas oe tomaD
All.Bran. Si l cont pain que w-
ted mfre w deb a lta sde vol6
men. srIase d IieA nte na i oza
del sambe Al-BranS y beba mu-
dao cow;B is4wim 0t M qtii uo.


m rlembro b socI l Los.c pa.a unsa Va l los j6-
Tigres ofro a n, lI0. salones venea Carlos Duerpet y Ricar-
del Club de to- serO a la 4o Ulva. Fels lll y unas
Sp.m. placenteran vataiN leo de-
El sfiAor Charles Waher, Ge- samgh
rente dIli PAl Ammisan Air- -
Ways en etM ci.udad, ofreeerA
a Io preseptas. peliculas de FAla l U
Ouatemala, I ttolo, etc. Be pide
a todo loas mlembros que a- rp Ma
alstan con gus aeforas a la
hora arribat menclonada. coutra bl O
Matrimeoniep pra-Reyes Varias denuncta sobre apro-
El domIag A lM p.m. unie- placiones IndeMdis contra bi-
ron aus destinos con el sagra- lleteros han usid presentadas a
* (fo lazo del matrimonlo, la se- las Fiscalias por el' erente de
hforita FernmIda Fertuz y el la Loteria Naclonal.
seftor Francisco Reyes. Nuestras De acuerdo coi las denun-
felicitaclones. cilas presentadas varioa billete-
ros han retiradd billetes y chan-
De Vaelnecs ces sin que htyWan pagado el
Mafa por rvia maritime sa- valor correxpondiente de dichos
len para Estados nidms a billetes.


n Atse desempac


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25

AGOSTO 1951


ANTONIO'S
INNOVACION

Iniciard la mds colosal
y estupenda

VENTA ESPECIAL
SIN PRECEDENTES
EN LA HISTORIC COMMERCIAL
DE PANAMA.


Ac o politico
nippn de aceptar
grades propinas
TOKIO, Agosto 22 (UP)- El
ex-premier. Hitoshi Ahida, a-
cusado formalmente de aceptar
oropinas por dos millones de
yens como jefe del cuarto go-
bierno de post guerra del Jap6n.
Apareci6 con 37 otros ante
la corte de Toklo para el jui-
cio. Hubo mis de dos afios de
audiencias preliminares, y su
gabinete cay6 tan pronto como
la acusacitn se proditjo.
El fiscal acusa al ex-premr
de haber aceptado un mill6n
de yens para apresurar el pago
de alUmas que el gobierno debia
a una firm constructora. Ashi-
da tom6 otro mill6n, de miem-


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ltua uena nlutricidn

lIsituto Do Nutricion Do Centro Amifica y PanwM


Vitaminas: Propie
Las vitamins son sustenclas
auhlicUa que ocurren en los te-
des de las plants y de los a-
im*ialle; son esenclales para el
tuConoamlento normal deo todas
las dlula; y I& ausencila de e-
Iam causa anormalldades espe-
cificas en los tejidos o en el
*netabolismo.
LWs vtaminas han sido reco-
hocidas biologlcamente mas blen
pir ru ausencia que por su pre-
sancia; puss cuando el. eswado
patol gico de un lndividuo cau-
OS-to-pOr una defleienola e3-
Ciitca fu6 curada par medlo de
algunos alimentoz, se encontro
mis tarde que el contenido de
1a diets u ada por el paciente
tiataba un element vital.
: Lks vitamins fueron sefiala-
fdia prhiero con las letras del
,alfabetO. cuando solo su presen-
,cia era conocida y no su conte-
bido,.-pero ahora los trabajos de


dades y funciones
investlgaci6n han remplaUdo
iL letra a tab6tica ,por nombres
niAs clentifloos y de mayor Jlg-
ificado. Alguna vces es, con-
venlente agrupar a las vitami-
nas segun siu solubilidad y eei
tenemos entire as mas conocl-
das las vitamins A, D, 5, K, 8o-
lubles en las grasas, y entire las
soluble en el agua hay aos
grupow: Vitamins 0 y las del
complejo B.
El trabajo mAis ignificativo
que se ha hecho en los 6ltiuol
Afxo s n esta T ae de Isa nutrl-
c16n es el de identificar y slunte-
tizar estus vitamins, pues Ya
today las vIamIns= mas conuel-
das han sido aisladas en. formta
cristallna y pura y han sido 1-
dentiflcadas por sus nombres
quimlcos tal como se vendon
hoy dia en el comercio para
tratamientos especiale.


CR UCIGR AMA


HORIZONTALES:
1--Obedecer, aceptar.
7-E tado de Mxilco.
13-Natural de Tebas.
146-De pequefia estatura, PI.
1 -Inundar.
16-Provincia de Francis.
1t-Lucha, contienda.
1-Desabrldos.
20.-Partldo Demcrata Urugua-
yo, ItWo. r -..
21l-.Color. T. .
23-Peticl6n de atU .i-.
* 24-Nombre de mutelr,. Tn.
25-Unicos, sin compafiia.
27-Avies ,s ind6dll.'
39--.Reg 6 del Norte de Africa.
31-Tod5vla.
32-Mufiecos, titeres.
36-Para medir el tiempo.
40-Montafia de Grecia.
41-Lista o catilogo, Inv.
43-Grasa de ciertos animals.
44-Tratamiento singles.
45-Tuberculosis.
47-Conforme a su original.
48-Ala secundaria de los
aviones.
50-Historiador latino.
52-Habilitado.
53-Arboles oleAceos.
54-Devastas,, arrasas.
55-Como la. seda.
VERTICALES:
1-Amarralas.
S 2-Gris, del color de ceniza.
$--Arbol betulaceo.
4-Etiqueta, en ingles.
5-Antlgua de longitud, Pl.
-Extrafios, poco corriente.
T-Ventana enrejada.
8-Del verbo sonar, Inv.
9-Dios romano del hogar.


10-Incapaz, estulto.
11-Delantal.
12-Sangre gorda, andalucismo.
19-Una pareja, Inv.
22-Dignttarlos britAnicos.
24-Erupclones cutaneas.
26--Rio de Espafia.
28-Punto cardinal.
30-Clase de animals, PI.
32-Del verbo pasar.
33-Claae de alcohol, PI.
34-Nombre de mujer.
35--Pd*ti6n de auxillio.
37-Perjudicial.
38-t-Defunclones.
39-Chlatoso, gracioso.
42-Ceremonias.
45-En su totalidad.
46-Pasa de adentro hacia
afuera.
49-Hogar, Inv.
51-Heroe legendario espahol.

8OLUCION DE AYER


LICITACION
SUMINISTRO DE PLACES PARA VEHICULOS
PARA EL ANO DE 1952
Se notifica a los Interesados que el dia diez (10) de
septlembre a las nueve (9) en punto de la maflana, se abri-
ran las propuestas que se presented para el suministro de
places part vehiculos para el afto de 1952.
Los pilegom de cargo podran solicitarse en la Contraloria
General durante las horas hibiles.


Panama, 13 dt Agosto de 1951.


Contralor General


Causa conmoci6n la posble clausurab



de todas las labores Antimaldricasl


Descubrencanyacen

una chive que Iba a

la localldad do Pose
AGUADULCE, Agos0 22 (Co-
rresponsal) El teniente Ma-
cias descubrl6 un robo cuy&a
victims fueron los seflores Gil-
berto ,Barrers y Jos6 Alberto 16-
pez, los autores del delito fue-
ron Felicita Agrazal, Gabriel-
Ledezma, David de Le6n y An-
dr6s Agrasal. Todos los sin.i-
cados estAn a 6rdenes del p-r-
sonero municipal.
Asimismo el acusioso tenieute
Macias encontr6 cierta cafrto-
dad de canyac en una chiva que
iba para Pead y uno de sus fd-
matiores, Sime6n Rodriguez en-
ferm6 y fud hospitalizado en el
hospital de Aguadulce. El aicc-
tado inform at senior ageitte
que Augusto Pijaro le sumin s-
tr6 la droga, quien a sl ve, la
reelbl6 de manos de Jos6 M,-
nuel Sandovai a quien eiiZ
pueden Identiflcar,

Lamentan on David

el fallecimiento de

meritor rellgiosa
DAVID, Agosto 22 (Correspon-
sal) En los circulos catoi0cos
de eats provincial se lament, la
muerte de Sor Ana, Hermana cde
la Caridad, ocurrida el 18 de 'os
corrlentes, a los noventa afiois
de edad, la abnegada rellgiosa
robuateci6 ennobleci6 la benedica
lnstituci6n "La Medalla Miia-
grosa" que viene funcionando
nace muchos afios, en eata cit-
dad, dando albergue a varlas
-cecenas de niftos hudrfanoS, que
ligresan a la vida panamefia
con ideales de blen y de aLnmr
patriot.
La sociedad davidefia que slic
pre ha respondido a los estuer-
zos y propo6itos generosos de
las hermanitas de la caridad,
testimony Au sinpatia a la dul.e
guiadora de almas infantilef,
concurriendo r e p r esentaclones
de las instituclonea locales de
distinta indole a su sepelio en
sentida demostraclon de pena.
1 -


Verdederamente
escalo/riante!

"UN GRITO
EN LA NOCHE"
Pr6xinmamente en Ia
Red Panamericana


0Emploo Ud.
Ia mismo

crema dental

quo usab
on 1941


)De Mr *af. ted no -e
*i proevitidodebida-
ments contre Is caries
dental, pue eee deantf
fries no onmefie Amo-
nio y (r om.ide. Pare
Is* p eftw o ftiva
tenm I, earis c r lja
usted el erilia.l
Ami-ai-deat, base do
ameeiom.... t polvo
* e ireme.


DitrklbMdwe:
SASSO & CIA.
Awe. gtbw#14 TeL 3-M


Se feme que se provoque una

Epidemia de malaria si ahora

paralizan estas labores"


Vordadera eonmoei6n ha cau-
sado en el interior las noticias
quo viene publicando la prciun
national soabre la suspension oe
los etrvicios antima arlo0 en
el pals, precisamente en el nmo-
mento Algido en que oe esfAn
intenslfloando las medidas con-
tra la malaria en el pals, debt-
do a que casi todos los servielus
se habian abandoned anterior-
mente.
Fulmos informadol en fuen-
tes del Departamento de Balud
Ndblica que se estin recibicildo
carta& y telegramas sobe e!
pioblema y que los empleados
que llegan del interior maui-
fiestan que ha cundido la 1u-
tranquilidad en les residents
interioranos directamente afe0!-
tadoa por eats media.
ge recuerds aqui que el doctor
Sol6n Ckmargo, de la Organt-
zaci6n Mundial de la Salud, cn
su reclente visits al pais y tra-
bajos antimaliricos del in-e-


rior, manifeut6 Is mprlosa ne-
cesidad do lntqaEtMui la l6-
cha y sobre todo uSadIo rel-
cion6 la eaid ad eta cun
ruestra m MOi arro, p&4a
las area s4 toduecln da arroz
ison genralvi(at0 lonu malAli-
ca quo Aeoplta oetdado oaas-
al y que lqe u er dinero ueo
as invierta en ombr 1 la ma-
laria.s e rs etrilbuido al pals
en sus laveorionas rroceras.
La salt Asutorldadu sanmta-
rlas del Departanmento do Balud
Pfiblica segulan activalmcte
gestionaind hoy on todos l'iS
sectors la solucl6n do eAte
magno problema, pues no so
quiere toner la reponsabidadod
de regresar a los *dias cuando
nuestro pas tenia 600 muertLes
por malaria por alo y 8000 La-
uma informadoa por la clase ue,-
dica. Los csoa al afo pasadc,
que se consideran residue de la
actividad DDTiaida de afloe an-
terlores, Ilsg6 a cores do 3560
casos y 200 defunclonOs-


Gran porcentaje de jefes de

familiar esfdn avocados al

mds agudo problema agricola


Con respect al problems de
las tierras la Boceodad Civica
Chitrd en Marcha ha enviado
at Gobernador de la Provincia.
don Manuel Varela el siguiente
memorAndum:
TIERRAS: El principal y
mis important problems de
Herrera es el agrario. Con unaf
extensl6n territorial limitaic1l-
ma. una ganaderia bastante de-
sarrollada, que ocupa vastas ox-
tensiones en potreros y con U-
na poblacl6n muy den&a, con un
indice de crecimlento que es el
mayor del Interior. el agricul-
tor de nuestra provincial se cn-
cuentra abocado al mns agudo
problema agrario del pais. Las
investigaciones que se hicier on
en la Jira M6dico Asistencill
ae Herrera. verificada en abril
y mayo doe ate aiao, demoatra-
ran que un elevadisimo porcan-
taje de los Jefes de familiar oi-
recen de tierras donde trabaJar.
Siendo la tierra la base incoa.-
inovible de la economic campe-
sina, la falta de ella tiene u-
midos en la mayor de las des-
gracias a un gran sector tie
nuestros hombres del campo.
Hay distritos coma el de San-
ta Maria, espetialmente en el
corregimiento cabecera. en don-
de se pueden contar con los de
dos de una najio y sobran de-
dos, los "agricultores" -que ast
so ilaman- que tienen tierras
de cultivo. Esos hombres, 10 ait-


mo que muchos otros herrera-
nos, no tendrin Jamis una eco-


nomia propia al no soe le data
de tierras, pues hoy dia Au oft-
do de "agricultores" so reduce
a trabajar como peones en ha-
ciendas particulars o en oat
Granja do Divisa; en otras pala
bras, etan sometido al vaas-
llaje agricola y econ6mido, onae
de la miseria y Pe lIa injusti-
clua social.
1 la Goobrnacl6n de d errcras
pudiera llesar a los Minlstoeira
de Hacienda y Tesoro y de A-
gricultura esta Inquietud y ox-
a desdicha do nUestros oam-
bres del campo, a fin de que
dichas dependenclas del Gobier-
no estudien un plan serlo y e-
cuAhime para la soluci6n doe s-
to problems (que debe comcn-
zar con la revilsi6n de todos iaS
titulos de propiedad), la Socie-.
dad chltf6 en Marcha y lai Fe-
deraciones Herrerana y Sante-
Ai colaborarian ampliamente
para que se encontrars esa so-
lucl6n, no s61o con sun inicia-
tival, aino con propaganda y a-
gltacifn. -



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siguiente


Panama, 20 de Agoato de 1NI
La VoS del Interior
Ciudad.
stlor:
RuIqole muy enoarecidamen-
te de pubtlaeclon an u muy
leldo pelodico el presents co-
me ntlo sobre las activilades
que desatrollarAla Federacion
do iocioddadu 8asteflas el pr6-
xlmo sabado 25 a las 7:30 p.m.,
con motive de la toma de poica-
sl6n de la nueva directive.
Nuestra entidad civics, sle.n-
pri c0los de su preatiglo obt.-
nido en el.campo de las reall-
zaitones practical en favor del
campfeinado y hombre interlo-
rano, prepare para esa fecha un
magniheo programs cultural y
de confratetnidad interiorana.
21 acto culminara con un feati-
vo balle tipico ofrecido por la
Federacl6n a las delegacioneo y
personas amsitentes. Dicho bailo
estars a cargo del famoso com-
Junto del violiniAta tableflo Cli-
maco Batista.
Ya utan ciroulando las invl -
taciones8 epeciale a lam dstaln-
tas sociedades civicas y cuitd-
rales del pals que so harAn 1e-
presenter en etoe acto do tras-
cendental importance, e1 el cual
se sentarn Isa s base de hsa e-
fectItv unidad national an la
lucha par nustras rilvindkls-
clones civics.
La Uscuela Joseftina Toapia s
vert pretigllada esa noche per
Il element desinteresado y do
buena voluntad quo anasi pasI
el Interior ia njoams daMtlmu-,
Oomlsiona d 4e Preads


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YOs M delr, eiu

Ae Guama Ha9,
bre 4i Ml- 1M*


oonjurm a se a M- OD a-
tra flMs aqu tw eftm' log
UWamI ds01H OktlUfI ue
rfetrla 180 lihUr aislbble
de lo eAali d Oa
. Rendimdo lo boostorufls eon
tan singular diaurseo, as pro-
,untaban, as quoe el M stro
Ord6fies, estaba metide en el
ataid asde Uran que ha adel-
gasado tantoe? ero a banda,
part evitar complicaslons, rem-
pl6 colt is maroha Panama.
Ira a salida del-aropierto
neo encontramos con un rotulo
que deoias: "Aul as habla en
castell o"; y 041 bitas, e co-
loc6 lado para qu6 le usle-
ran n cinta. "Ife psado ya
tintua v c6s par 1 cints cine-
matogrifich. que @reb lub A e-
Uo dtbe la bailt que va gat.
to", dljo; pero OpeliUel era
mudsy no roxtetr6 *I orlcuq&i
eompntar.o. I
as; eems do e m 6.
datorefla, los eoprendian notl-
nuamentte. 1 M iioo prtotua-
do era Notbert, po411qu0 a
da iastanto pareeli que nos i-
bamos a car dentro do.une do
lis dies mil hueoso quo tlierea
las ohues de ieasa eamom QU
ftera de Intento, un varrenon
aguaiero que h4bia eaido-41l dB
anterior, habia sacado hasta la


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COMISARIATO


MAO A 3OMICI.IO
! toACAoP~
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FA ratoy


Useid hallare a lo i mk uaite ritjr a
de '1 C4'tdor' EI. asbon por *purikcia 4u ia
hey eo ,uTa* qie ofrxac tashtes litris, di aot lino.
aires que tasto Winrtet p. et A fadciddi6 y cofdrt.
El lujo de la cabiA la agmraid ut las1a0te y
am*pwftliA ti, cVtie*!tdon n ult plcr coda ihinutg
de travesia. Y la comi4 as uns verdaderi dolicis a bqrd
do "El Conquistador". 1 Sit...usted ditfruts de
SA t ,#to...vlado e "El CA ta

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PREMIO: B/. 100.00

CIEN BALBOAS
Abattoir Nacional, S. A. abre un eoncurso para eseoger
Is mares de fabric y el lema que sMrvirin para psroteger
S.anunclar su product, a aber, amenes salehle to
lee, manteets, abenes y demAs preple de un Matadero
Industrial.
El lema no deberi ten r mis de tries (3) palabras en
eMAol, de fell retencio6n. Adum, taate $l diseAo de laI
mares de fibrica come el lmas deberan ser *riglnales, no
oafuandibles con otros en use ya resitrades. *
Ls proyeetj dobedn ser eavldea con seud6nilo al
Aarttde 714, PanaiA, e a M odleinae de la soelead *a la
e15 Este* Ne. 2 altos a "i4 tu *i l1 de epattnobre
tL Junta Directiva de la seoledad, en Mu sesin del dis
9 del admM m doe ekptemBbr, eeaeeri el trabalo que a mu
miuol. makers el pble, triba quequo quearA *isnde de
d de la empresmo y podra reehaar todes los traba-
3taeno tades si en ma eoneepto o mreun las eondillones
El monurmeato a e fa eide deber MIdeatMloear
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Sorecin adr. ,en t .tar- -* d .... o o-. eo udn i de cureni 4 re a con de ^ u r nto -Pnal. ra-
ir,,iden, n eA ,Par- Il ei4d ltC4'nud, o n o Oefiat 1 jo-ven sefiora Dignas Oa.i endar I ..unU On an.rna gra-
qelfe-re--un e-dpndidi U t-la ns 0ott 1 s rltN. .Ole r rl de Isa, tender iUna fies- to c yho atr a h abilidoame tor er "sentados A partir deomayo El sibado pasado a*la .1:10 de Ia tarde est
s oeflio"rdoUa abrl1 Barrios P1401, ide he pisado toa" On su residencle estasalvar au responsablatido hotim. ^ compared -6 ainaCne-te logocedosl el I
5 r.ao. J. e hocir a Debo eats eomgina dneuena I a lno d.
de Mshwr. Aest~i6, adomis, un un temppr /ada do vAcieoes tarde, en nd reb u- presentado ate original deua' ioparte del sector central de la capital de u
tre Irpe do sus Ams .erttad tldo.l0 d -Ia s.aOs. os omplacemg en co contra m ersonas honorable "AdvbrtU.1al poblico, par de redacl6n per media del servilo de ca
d idA dam, toelicitar a la senorA de Isa on do e eatscluded. comer ue nadie alegue luego igno- den a since anilonesy los bomber logra
.. lUdis y hacemos votos per quo En In ao eraci6n comr rancla, uoe todo, absolutamen- ras y vnate minutes de lunch intensa. La
De Otre Amdle- c umple muchos afiso m64 ro- fcT tuada entire el BAP y .OttuOte todo, -que a partir de hoy circulto oeurride en uno de log almacenes
SPars despedlr doe u vla de RegrearAn hy ~A San Joad, dead& del carifti de los suyos. y Cia., no hay nada pecamlnoo leve a cabo el setiar Manuel mente destauido. MAs de 20 almacenes fu
siltoros a lasuAflorita armen sta Ri, e n dondo parn ------- y esa instituc6n hubliera obteO Solis Palms, diid ndone Gerente cince tuvieron que ser. detruidos on ia ta
Ctlla e Chiarf at sroip al u.anos dis de recreo, el Sofior Esto ra nido grades beneficios e o mis- de Is Caja do Beguro Social, do "El Tiempo" de Bogotk, nos muestra a I
Am" o O atesavro, qulent j sanidola O dia Jr. y seflo- Dooanams pronto mejorla l mo quoe el blico consumidor a career de valdof y que este
otrs = An Imatlinono el pr6- ert de la do do de Isofta t Juan (Cutba) Tapan4a, no iser por la negligencia demosa- caballero, e on u ac tuaci6 Ie-
'tloJ o 0 el .g1A efir O berto a 4dl edldn demos uea- ppular Gereot, de is DBades trada por el r. Vallarino, no- gitima, so coloca dentro del Se inaugnro ayer
64 a1i e .or t 1Teretsit Oar- tra m6A cordial .blenvenda. 2 O1Gl o, quien se encuentr garse a confirmar la Carta 4e marco del C6dico .Penal. ,
ola-ddMerdes da Guardia 0- eluidtO en Isa Clinica San Per- Cr6dito cuya apertura ha ia or- "Tenemos absolute conflanza ,.tS al 'i II
treeblron knoche en su reldd.n- lto / 1Ad0 8tufriendoa uebrantos do denado la Gerencla anterior.len ue el r6peto a la Cons-
S "1 1111informal. a o es el hogar dl salud. Debo advertir que eaten denun- tituc 6n se impondr porque Vene-, Itaa
5 --- 1,t littAbLtiat Jr. y s de a- .dciao resentado vor elr. Val transitoriamente puede preva- r
mofior Tmty. Wo o Cor MotAtI do -e pai rinocontra ml esvoso yVd1o- lecer el detoeho de IIfierzs a1
l sor Timothy L. Woodruf f to do m.i t a m. oI ores Linares y Navarro, so d pero al finally triunfa la fuerza VENECIA, Agosto 22 (UP) --
efrt Marjord de Woont roa an bn nla 7nic1 Stntl be Al temor que rcene d o p sj'e r del derecho". El Festival Internacional del n
otfre oAn ats nch un buttlfet V% Nuestrasfelettce-o osici6n que hay detentav I ranciso A. Fils,1 Cinematografias se inaugur6 a-l
Son elrsidenci.. .... a in ppa ,n_ do -1o Is Badne t i PrOrrms deR ecncaert que o luo s oo p or innfluenc eas o.I. nache en esta ciudad en _pre-
.s ..n.s.tdoDsu .... I I o- va ne to116are d ejocut la Isaend Republicans dca El odido cu ar poesro senci de gran nmero de ac-
Srdim a-Is. odaquo .t e 0 - atolda.- .hvy ju v & ,la 8 %. m., en el Dais es sumamente pequefi lo tores y actrices european con ye
nax...n w1To.atdo ieb Parsqu doe Santa An : ae qui6n es qui6n en las PW Fue firmado hoy la pelicula de Walt Disney
't01 l"ses an uatmos 1. Pa.o Dople allito" blica. Ana d lioo, doctor Alberto "Allcia en el Pais de las Mara-
AvO J~esp, s" Prot Intoapese s1,1 u oflclub
olf to a r e Za uela "Los Gavilanes- Calv1 selorita Kerr, del villas" lqu ue muy favorable-
oW rut n eSeto yien ymo a corDoam al- Guerrero. de lo*a, tela "iuo killers qu nabin Enel fial
R chard i lnzner. Varado de Mot qulen e- t Guerro. Belefto C., de o taditica esn participando quince na-
r" ". S?3 ~Sla. tra on ia nies San P er- 3. Poema Una. Noche en C- dua n santarla. adem de clones. ncluso Estados Undos,
-, ndo, en donde ue sometida- talayud" Luna. I rr0onede a itlo rmantes, Mnlitro o lGn- Argentina y aras.' a i- u
Paraaga jar a la sefritsa aintervencit6 quirtirgcs. 4. Valse "Los Patinadores"- accl6n cooperative entire los d do y Dr. Townsend, del CSISP.
1t 1 a- d m doonti oa eGuardsa caman Isa e c n la Clnic& Pasillo "Helena" Char- o6nteose p a le Lo r
do ." " 1ni ci 'asmo telennat control deLo is feoar os acuerdos se produjeron
11 $er4e ts t de t into n i qurim onio G ards s. oja l a m _* ... L. - "ml. ya. "[ d osp a cde .inton s labor desR ed P anam ericana D| I
Ia eorita ta bel Guardia o- San Fernando el sefior don Jo p ;t, rtosa. despuds dointenas labor
t erda eStt tn 4S ue a rAntonio Pares. me- Danea "Lir to meComitO No. 1) que cons sses semans en quae demas de i e d e
S .vit truo ore pronto. 21 Dird Charpentler H. Irde cinco miembro estuddosditintos arregs ntr elai los mejo
C- d C C m eicdora ian siguientes pr-a posi ilole oDIreci:n d staluda lca. Pbi \
Se encu entra muy delicadoiiL. a da PanamA: 1) intercambio de el SCISP, -el jee deo Informes,
Creopd e d de salud in u residence la ni-|e o i l tformacl6n 2) adopel6n Y &- Estadiatica y Educacl6n San-
Pis + 1U t, .fi iir i numItestina Quintero./l . t,,-obac. n d e bicy uniorsetara Licencado Guilldermo E..
Sa dped ala se itibreronto son nues a6rmula medlante la cual se probacif6n e iun yemulie aBelelo C. y el ao dcuilerm Dv
s Abigail Pacheco d Dies tros. dese s puedan efectuar los escrutinioc impor t ac n dentam nat Pi er,a del Institu co e Asunto
Sa D ora Carmen D. de de. ung ine n rmpiota. quo p edsn e asr ontars del In iera, n clnos estudiaron ex-
q0 ., q9s 1a 1 utrahospi- .n a s mln tesn e cor- de naftona; 3 l ad a! g staOo de l ptea i artes neealades oe-
adnols aC- linic, Bn Fer- quo 8n e n a duc -as o dd
04 Is seftora dof Isa : I.* a-d qaofo -| teoP0 al 0 ocon lis artt;alud Pbl
SA.......a...e s-. .eleor ,Juan -jOIllut-. -patia s P ti l!ase. tr t.a-l--I.---i n, ea-m o ue o I i s eplad p 1a .
in" omidainformaloAen T To- denumOs -ina prontolel cuatrode septiemrbre parastosa; 4) l iA C V A Ic, examlnaron is labor real-/n
.lXcla Cr r meJoria. presenter sus sugestlones, las cilitamiento de qulpo P t, zada n este a sentido y despuesEn
S' cuales serian discutldas con slados los pa se; y i i luchaa de considerar el plan prop1es-
Restableida asesorla legal doe l Prealdencia. mediate on caso del brote | dto por Balud Pfiblica, Ilegaron
an hotter de Is a orita Blan- I noti lO .a .io ra dofisa omit o. eCte dtara i el via disusn ae ladeirec u6n e pr
e Vta u,, rquien contr IAIn de irela, es s dcl 1d S diat d i establecmlointo de un foido oSaltd Piblica y el SCISP, ue
matmonro 0 W, vier air^- d1 1 a intC tai d monetary o comn pars ser use firmado hey y por el cual s(n oi
con r.,.el or cre. aro0Q -dbe Pres-t klo0s mercaderes que venden di- do por cualquier pais misemro intensificara la educaci6n sa-
co JrjIt sehorsa r I-nodencia, qu ed Aband 6yejr 4.- rectament_ a Ios-.conmauidores, en caso del brote deo la aftos-d nitaria en nuestro pals.
de 4ptoon ofrecori satarde Hospital Banto Tom en dba como Is abacers o as de Comit No. 3studiara
... e n ed a de astuvo recluldi peir varlis comestble, catnlces que production, distrbuleY a- dos nai es iVa
S-ho hasia dAm1 WeI .- funcl onn lucra do meres- t d l vaculna contra la sn d- Irat es y dos nao
--7 e a na am-- dos p blicos ofieiRales, bo dgas Y fermedad. del Uruguay.
Sor. en "fI *ai' I- AverMsis de Matrimonio cantinas o tabernas, las refres- El Departamento de Estado
,a Moltt.o. "sau. a mo cordialmente & querias, .tiendas do rope, tela y dijo asimismo que habian ml- e
,sefir Oscar Moa Y sofors calado, lax lavandeiss, gara do invitadas en total 51 na- '
is. s- a ena lr rOirAel 1 Aroetmoi a de Moreno, ges, imprentas que no sea n em- empleaos clone e r o menose
r Arasa; o rmen ae o sam uents cuaplel hey nutve a- press periodisticas, las penslo- cuente haend resaltar los epraa concurrence e e o
UsaI& -- i"ts Carmen Coal-1 16a do eatdseL. nes y caaas de hospedaJes, los mritos del personal, los bee- Iel as. Tambidn Informo que lit
..L -transportqs terreStres, los agen- f-clai deo la invorsiones de laI conferencia sera Inaugurada el / 0
1hop slaos de casadom tea comisionistas, los corredores Em es etc. A continuation 4 de soptimbre ala 6.45 pa-
e o.doJ0 dmm adan, ls or o ubli u r -sado erdiano oe n I Teatro %-10
0 edl a lee aduanaoxrs correem borespble-I th'sdeIsla paAabrelaae1a el -- vMuenicipal'do ,Operade do SanA
S4 A it i odentedeol Club do Empleados Francisco. El secretaroi de Es-
%C'r leralnen quA ree han uneo/mercaderes y negreanoes qu- Li etnci o a A. Acvdo C, el ue tado, Dean Achesn,El pradinr
S" no estrn expresniamnte eXcu asc on s u t s s 6ninaugural con cAr-
o a al-d o for N erNo n d esitan paste tecorer-, "Hy ope el Club de E- do dia Ie s conference ase ele-
PAtis i dall Jr. Y seiola h a ca A si raa,om ei- n, o zndas plead aJo Brs ausedicos y. dl-gir re president pearmanentes
d t-beldoedCastillo, qui-i a mi, c recep6nArevitta plenormatita Los delegados recIbiran Is
nod r upla hoy t Ateena, bdgasY d6imsrestabioci- qa satistari er s ausencla del blenvenida del Alcalde deo San
W...i L en+ nontode ista, ode as y ~a conocimlento do e astros pro- Francisco Elmer Robinson y del
Ceeb -_ rchnmitentns nc merciad-ei a n oy x- eblemas y qua sedero an pro-Oobaetrnador del Escitado doe Ca-
senclas a dmercg ermis norexp
o"Celebrn enest echdu a-ran de oB .o10000." vexho pars la mpressa y pra.l fornia Earl Warren. E prin-
lvrdario do matrimonlto i A L- rtioulo sodi-No necesitarn id cmunidad. pnkmeila. today, cipsal discurso ser pronunclado
roInolado Guillmmo Mjiusz y/patentes coamercial para leepor-Ilevando auestros ciontes, a pr i Presldente Truman.
1-I seflOra Mtlde AW& iAdi e lane on po-efias antidades, Clda deatman en general, y c-,i rr--
M .....Ac d l an xpedicin .o er s d Lo'e ucl,- Ams .oemas piasto quoenan
y. Iquet. Nuestras fel.l tclonee. efctos de uso personal. nocimiento de verdades quc1 / o n.de q puash eo .sr tq S
u SPer aultimo e Sindicato do in- nran. ellu nox sugr son: Austlraliao gica, o ceflonu ,
0Cuml"ef ht y flo d e ado nfdustriales sudiere-en su pipego haef aguos dias, tn alto e Int gopiau raacl bIrsr, IrCktja
i i do Oervacl oles .a hubtro dopleado rdois Emprespnad p, aLiberia Nueva Zelandia, -
A.oraVi"dA Lno de apn. LOa s A.=drn c,, i C mo m eo Indus- Personal ntstro, que, idebiamos p.,t Or aktio Z landa,
P.. O hi....s]i renard, m. |trsls, don David Samudiaquo d ue C gar petiodist- oxpertos -'r [Turqua Union Sudafricana, U-|
lIi dI- -- -i--+,,,.-,.,. .t"en s. prTxima morre-s da..snl i escrllure y edtaran. Poxnlodn Savitlca, el Reno Unpdo=
410 .-- e hinef,_. / . .. 1 administrative, so Oraslade ien suptost, no le nio emp-.al 3ls l Osn rtadtos Unr ida
"cce....o Patente- le oI nrcis-lr.stra respue a ad puvnersanto na. rs l.... .
S,- .... tracion do fnutlos ntrs, itom- :Ueceslamon ni debemos t -or acepaao en promnclo, se en-

ltseria muY ficil dotaremnar ci t.ua in.ter d. Tendran eIas15 utdmnace do ses cencurrimrn.6 cndo expemimenta mea gusto en


A s'h ors dr twVclans '0 dminicang a Im castro ns~iem lqtaves do
L4A eft U~e P bUA so an Cuba coaemramcon Ford y Nnador fn t
seWW I ,. dPresIdente do I & a demrearcelnde d sfront y
fud fo rcbolverleq cuelauler probIeth
-/"IJero enw o._ I--i fbrem de Ia Polioa ie s urpipra 'oio resotade 0e0
I_ doctor r_ s eorth tuna acti- is adt,,anon front-rIt. l 4t* f-
i ades," tr;m0eld" Is imsl or, to,- I *ns a..14ivean fm" la I&
f dsA$5Mis-aamima w I ioen a *is n
Scorn lI s, I .l t Ildoer domi- oon de Rin.- TI' T -tel -
Is nisma S 1sitfs 1n .ea d'falutA%
*I Skew0 SAmns, secues- 0 8itInmAtico du i quoofm Ia
S. 7. demsono- meOIsel fPmecats., etnfmta
i.m *-.5 hasta in- Iq. O.ssaaelib teskm ,t_
r- MIT-


a116 un pavoroho Incendlo eon sla ciudad do INt
9 de Abril de .1948 cuando qued6 destrUida giea
olombia. Se un Informntes Ilegados a nuostra aiM
nje, las pdrddas ocwasionadas por el inon041e atl8"
ron controlar InB llamas s6lo despu6s de eoatro ho'
as ca usas del Incendlo so ban atrlblido a au eftn
de BogotA el Almac6n Le el cual quod6 Wtal-
eron 'lestruidos por la saccon do las llamas 6tw
rea de salvamento. La anterior fotogratia tI6Mds
[a capital de Colombia en llamas.


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ndo sus Ilantas.

an menos y duran

al que las nuevas.


mnslructora National, Silva S.L
Ave. Perti No. 7 Tel. No. 20406
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mariana tome un vaso de agua con Sal de
nago. Es de efectos refrescantes y limpiadores
la boca y lengua. Aliviari dolores de cabeza.
mantiene el sistema en estado regular. Procurt
ra regular. Cada madiana no se olvide de tomar


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Domnsticos
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera competen-
te, seria, con buenas referencios.
Ocurro colle 37 Este No. 17.
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinera.
"Compo Alegre. Avenida Manuel
Mo. de Ycoza No. 7, altos, apar-
Stmento No. 4.
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera que sepa
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S. NECESITA:-Empleada para ofi-
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,paro cuidor niros, Floristeria San-
ta Fe. Avenida 4 de Julio 61.
B NECESITA: Empleada para el
servicio con referencia. Presentar-
se colle 32 Este No. 27, de 3 o 7
hoy y manana en Io manana.
SE NECESITA:-Empleoda pora ofi-
,cios domesticos, indispensable que
sepa cocinar y duerma en el tra-
bajo. Ocurra Lovonderia Pesantez.
Central 247.

SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
SE ALOUILA: Cuarto amoblodo,
grande y fresco, entroda indepen-
diente, pora persona o parejo sin
nihos. Avenida B No. 29. _tltimo
piso. (Al lado de la Secreto).
SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto independien-
to para caballero. Calle "H" No.
49, Panama. .
SE 4QUILAN:-Cuortos con o sin
muebles. Calle 9a. No. 9 y Avenl-
- da Central. Altos Rendezvous, ter-
cer piso, Pensi6n Istmeoa.
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Precios especioles par ouinceno o


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SE VENDE
Miscelineas
SE VENDEN:-Claevo, tuberioe ngra,
acer oaconalado, Fix-Teax cart6o
eslaedor papers cilos r wes) made-
roe, lovemanos, excusad.. etc. *
os precis uM bealj an plaza.I
AGENCIES GLOIALES, Vie epas-
le, liegesnd a Juan France. Tot.
3-1503.
SE VENDE:-Miquino Singer de pie,
buenos condiciones. Avenida Fe-
derico Boyd I Apto. I, bajos.
SE VENDE:-En Aguadulce, sol re-
finada, blanco, tres centesimos li-
bra, empacoda sacos de ochento a
cien libras. Soliciteio Braulio 'Co-
rrea.
VENDEMOS una maquina cosi nue-
va de coser, cojetas de cart6n coa-
rrugodo y grapas. Cia. Dulcidio
Gonzalez N., S. A. FAbrico de Mo-
soicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE VENDE:-I.lontas usodas para ca-
miones. autom6viles, "todos tom'i-
Aos." INTRA, Ger6nimo de to
Osso.
BALINERAS:-En tamaoios variados
para satisfacer cualquiero necesi-
dad. F. Icaza y Compaiia, Aveni-
da B 79.
SE VENDE: Radio 5 tubos G. E.
model mesa, peinadora cooba,
motor 25 ciclos H. P., muy ba-
rata. Ocurra despuis 5 p. m. Co-
lie Mindi 0599-D, Anc6n.
SE VElNDEN:-Trojes bellisimos de
mujer, espaioles ondaluces. Pro-
cios pora disfroz. Recien Ilegados
de Esporia. Hotel Colombia, cuar-
to 33. Verlos 8 10 a. m., 12 -
3 p. m. Tel. 2-0820, Ponama.


NOVEDADES MORRIBON
Ave. 4 de Jnle
Tel Z-Sm4


BOTICA CARLTON
Ave Maeindes 1r.n
TeL 25--Cean.


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* Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
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* Alquilimos equtpo posadb para
mcvimiento de tierra.
* Alquilarro, flotes a largos plozoas.
e Club de lotea. B.3.00 y B.4.00
semonales.
GANGA! Se vende lote en El
Congrejo de 972 metros cuadrd-,
*dos con frente a Via Espafa. Pre-
cio B.12.000. ROBERTO MIRO.
Telcfono 2-1215, Ponamt.
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lidadoe de page. Calle B, Ne. 33.
SE VENDE: -
Late de 730 M2 en "El Congrejo".
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ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231-2-1215
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General
JOVENES desean trabojo cosa fami-
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mociones Ave. Central No. 64, al-
to, No. 14.
La Joyeria America necesita agents
vendedards de club. Se compro oro
viejo, frente Porque Lesseps.
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Avenida Central 47 Apto. 23..


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-Apartamuentos
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento freco
muy c6ntrico, dos recamaras,' sola.
comejdor ,balc6n, Ave. Peru, es-
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cimqcros, sola, comedor, tinos to-
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rio. Calle 9a. No. 17. par B.60.00.
Llame tel6fono 2-1456,
SE ALQUILAN: Apartamentos y
cuartos. Inf6rmese "Oficino Ge-
lobert" Jer6nimo de Ia Ossa No.
10.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento, call
15 Oeste No. 66 altos. Referencios
Aborroterio Lo Preferida, calle 16
y F No. 8.
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recArnaras, solo y comedor en Ma-
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de pintar. Tel. 2-1602, Panoma.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento fresco,
muy cintrico, 2 recimaras, calle
29 esquino, frente a lo Lavande-
rio Gambotti & Perez. Coso "Per-
lito" No. 1 5, Apto. 3, Tel. 3-3742
PanamA.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento c6mo-
do, complete, frente lines buses.
Calle 15 Son Francisco No. 3,
B.35.00 mensual. Tel. 3-1374,
Panamr.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento de una
recimara, sala-comedor par solo
B.35.00 en Via Belisario .Porras
No. 139. Tel. 2-1602 Panama.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartaomento apro-
piado para oficina o sal6n de mo-
das. Esquina calle 29 y Avenida
Cuba. Llame tel6fono 2-0825
Srta. Arias en el dia.


mes. 'Poro informed dirijase a Pen- LA COMPANA DEL CANAL DE SE NECESITA:-Pantoloneras exper- SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento de dos
si6n Panoama, Calle 6a. No. 3 Sr. PANAMA OFRECE EN VENTA tas. Acudo Calle 13 Este No. 14 recimaros, solo, comedor par solo
Guztmer. De 8 ao 1 a. m. o 7 EDIFICIOS B. Salsipuedes. B.60.00, en calle primer y Ave.
p. m. en adelante. Se vende al mejor poster, los edifi- -- -- "H". Tel. 2-1602 Panama.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblado cios Nos. 102, 104, 104S, eblboa SE NECESITA-Dependienta de bue-SE L LA --m-md-
para hombre, 8.6.00 par seimona. Heights y 264, Anc6n. Se recibiran na presencia con experiencia, que SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento moder-
Parque Lefevre. Avenida Ernesto propuestas en pliegos cerrados en la able ingles y espafol. InStil pre- no, dos recimaras, solo-comedor,
Lefevre case 32. oficina del Superintendente de Alma- sentarse sin recomendoci6n. La en edificio "Muller". Colle Ro-
cenes, en Balboa, hasto las 10 y 30 Parisibn, Avenida Central 113. che y Avenida Tivoli # 12. Lla-
MeISCELANEA de Iomn del 7 de Septiembre Nmar Tel. 2-1032, Sr. Correras.
ISCELANEA 19 uando se h de Spebrireon SE NECESITA: Almocenisto para
S public. Se pyden conseguir los for- v de m uinaras, sus acc SE ALQUILA
Vie t Especial de fin de'sermdr# o mularios para f a propuestas, con lost rsi Y Y. ~ar e. Sormnte 5O se on-L UI
Cq.(tanoa,. Colombiao. Idq y dr4-, o pormenors ompletos, en lo oficino side oplicociones par carta. Es-
so B9.27.10 Salida Agosto 24, re- del S6perinteindente de Almacenes, i cr;ba a R. Revello, Apartado 532.1 LoCaeM
~reso Agosto 26. Tel. 3-3171, Balboa, y en lo del Administrador Panama, indicondo idiomos, edu- C t oficn
'anaom. ..- de Cas s en Balboa Heights. coci6n. experiencia, referencias, SE ALQUILA:-Local para oficino.
direcci6n, edod y detalle datos per- Arribo del Teatro Central.
St VENDE ENCONTRADO sonaes.CLINICA, equipad, ltos Frmacia
SSalzar, colls 1.6 Oeste No. 28
ArticulOs de Casa Encontrado perro de coceria blanco y A viso Judicial Pnam
SE VENDE:-Boroto, comes, mesitos negro Llan-. 3-0680, Panama. 1 Ao SE ALQUILA:-
chitos, refrigeradora, espejos y VENDE EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO Local pora oficina o negocio y apor-
orticulos de caso. Calle 45 No. 19. SE VENDE El auscrito Juez Primero Municipal tamento de dos recimaras an el
de Panang, p n edi u de a te edicto, Edificio Castilla del Oro, al lodo.
SE VENDE:-Estufa Magic Chef, 4 Autom6viles dNPLAZA: del hotel El Panaom.
quemodores. homo, B.20.00. Co- Al Aseor C luis Ram6s Perez. mayor I ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231-2-1215
lle Doriin No. 8, Apto. 8. Hemes rebajade dristicamente suess- de edad, panameio y cuyo paradero aso-A
----------- tros precioo en todo. los correa tualB se desco'nce. iara que dontro del SE ALQUILA:-A porter del lo. de
SE VENDE:-Juego de recamorao, coo- usados. eangs mirelos. Agencies trmino de treinta diaw contados a per- Septiembre dos locales para ofi-
ba. piso bajo. Colle "H" No. 49, Ns. reltir doe Ia lma publ,icaci6n de este cinos en los altos de la Cia. Cli-
PanamA. .:_____dicto se present 1I Tribuhal par si o motizadora al lado de Villanuevo
PEno- .---- SBE VENDE:-Por motive de vioie.,I p,,r redio ,d ypoderado debidamente y Tejeira Cio. Ltda. Calle 15 Es-
SE VENDE:-Por motivo viae., dos. Nash '37, 4 puertos. barato. Mo- constituidu a hacer valer sus derechos te No. 2. Tel. 2-0540.
juegos recimoras, comedor, set de tor buen ondici6n. Llnts nue- en el Juicio Ejecutivu Hipotecario que
contra ei ha rresentado el seAor Inen- SI
bomb. Viao Fspoara 2024. vas, Inf6rmese Tel. No. 2-4360. io n reez.o el Inon- SE ALQU LA
SE VENDE:-Divin-Studio. america- SE VENDE:-Carro Pontioc converti- S be advierte at: efior Orluis Remos
no. come nuevo. refrigeradoro 147, en perfect condones. rez que sl en es termino no as pr.- 9
Westinghouse. Co lIle Choagres Ave .JuA, en prects condones. sentase le nombrari un defensor deo2- --
0560-A. despuis 4:30 p. m. Bal- Ave. Justo Aroseena 75-A. Tel. sent, con qi6on *e seguira el juicio SE ALQUILA:-Chalet de 2 recama-
boo 3646. 3-1086. c lons eatrados del Tribunal. ros en calle 2do. Parque Lefevre
SE VENDE-Car conformidad con el art. 472 del No. 33. Acabodo de pintor par so-
SE VENDE:-Por motivo vioe, cedo SE VEDE rro Cadillac model C. J., e ija ete edcto en lt Secreta- Io 9.50.00. Tel. 2-1602, Panao
apartamento amueblado a muy ba- 48 en erfectos condiciones. Li- ina del Tribunal por el termino de trein- mA.
roto cost de sus muebles. Verlo ______m___182uet___________, __----i
de 1 3 p. m.Calle lo. Perejil Motivo vioje, vendo Packard Clipper, (ifd.) GermAn Lipe.. SE ALQUILA:-A mefrimoe e des
coso 14a opartomento 9. ono 1945, buenas condiciones., n- El A Seret.rlo sario Francisco, .tebes, leat en Sn
S. for'mnes Refresqueriao Ester. Al lado e(fd.) P. A. Ai.pU. Fr'aneso, cbn tedres fas o ne d-
AVISO AL PUBLICO Teotro Encanto. _.w__dSitt6n. my berate. Aced. .l Ca
De conformidad con lo que SE VENDE:-Corro Buick- sedan, 4 r OPORTUNIDADES SE ALQUILA:-Cholet recien cons-
establece el articulo 777 del puertos model 1947, color negro truido, consta do dos recimaras,
C6digo de Comercio aviso al Ilantos nuevas, costado blanco, co- COM ERCIALES sal comedor, co rna, landers,
pTiblico que por medio de a rro nuevo. radio, cubre asientos VOGUE DRESS CO. garage, dos porches y dos servicios
escritura No. 67 del 20 de Llame telefonos 3-3338 -, 2- 56 7h Avenue, N. Y. 18, N. Y, sanitarios. Urbanizaci6n el S. A.
Julio de 1951. extendida en la 3102 v 3-1310. Sr. Boyd: Comerciantes al por mayor S.. corretero San Francisco. Pora
Notaria Publica del Distrito Vestidos de moda, informes Ilamor telifono 3-1554.
de Penonome, he comprado Ia ..... .a .I.... cocktail, tarde y deporte.


NO TIENE UD. ELECTRICIDAD?

No se preocupe, con un Radio Ingles de bacteria
seca, puede Ud. ahora escuchar sus emisoras fa-
voritas, locales v de ultrampr.


murphy radio)

Ne c.a=a de legar un pequee embarae
*Nablo en Club de Entrers al Suecribre.

MUEBLERIA CASA SPARTON


CaM'RAL 223


CALIDONIA


TaUllas: 9-15, 10-20, 186-244,.
Hablamnos espaol.
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Gerente de Exportaci6n.
Referencia: Manufacturers Trust Co.
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te de $2.50 en cadi orden de $100.00.
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AVISO AL PUBLIC
Para dar cumpliniento a lo
establecido en el Articulo No.
777 del Codigo de Comerclo.
al piblco hago saberqua por
Eacritura Publica No. 1 9, do
Ia NMetaria Primera del Cir-
culto. del 16 (,, Agosto de
1961. he co*- ao a Emilla
Lee Chin, .. ,t blectalentO
commercial aenommnado "La
Victoria No. 2". que funclo-
nabat amparado con la Paten.
te Commercial No. 2150, ean Rio
Abao,. Calle 12 No. 2217.
PanamA. Agosto 19 de Uhh.
Co dum a Ai low


Avi* Judiciat


EOWTO M3NAZAWORIO
M1 Iomusevbert.i T irero del Circalto
de Panamd. per medio del presuenL Ia
pdblieo,
URCE 8ABER
Quo en eI juelo de eucsid6n Intestada
de Alejandrla de la Crus TeJada Chh-
-'** bha diado un auto cur= p*rl
resolutfva dAs st:-
"JUZOADO TERCERO DEL CIRCUIT.
TO. PANAMA, Julio trees. de mil nove-
clnton slu eustaT y unO.
"'VISTOM: ....... - - - - ...
"Por taste.o el Jue quo *usiribe. Ter-
care del Gareultp, aidmimiatrando justi-
cia *n neobve de I Repfbliae y por
autorldad4 da lt Ley, DECLARA:
"Qua e*aA ablart a Ia suesi6n Intes-
tada de Ia se'ota Alejandra do La Crus
Trjda OCMvm, doid I di. 26 de =-
brce d *t$0. fecha on quo de*crn6 mu
fellecimlDnto, j
"Que 9 :se hereders, sin perjuiclon
de tercele ena aso condlcibn de her-
mana do la causente, Is aeors. Dolores
Marta Te.a4. y ORDENA--
"Quo empareson a ir a derecho
on el jici. todaS quolls poersonas qua
so cream eon dreceho a ello. y
"Que so fl.e y publique el ddito de
que trat 41 artficujo 1601 del CoaiMo
Judicial.
"C6plese y. notifiqueme IFdo, RU-I
BEN Dr. CORDOBA. (Fdo.) Jose C. Pl-
nillo, 8eerdtarlo'.
Por tate st e fIa el present edicto
en lucar visible do i. Seeretarf a del
Tribunal hoy nuave do gostoa de rnil
novoclento. eineuenta Y uneo y copies
del mrimso so intrfga a dispoalci6n del
intore&do par es upubliecacl6n.
El Juts,
Fdo. RUBEN D CORDOBA.
Fdo, JOBS C. PINILLO.
El Secretario

Para Presupuestos
I de Pinturs
l1ame a
Vicente Parada
k Pintor Contratista
Avenlda Peri No. It
". 2,2


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GU I A
COM ER CI AL

Mantenemon una venta de
gang de artloog sobre exis-
tends donde ia MEIORE6
PINTURAB s vfaden a los
mas ibajo predoig,
Por qui no aforrar dinero.
comrndo I lejor?

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Ave. Central 279.
T$l 3-0140.



Puertas

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RICARDO A. MIRO,

S.A.
CaUe 16'"lte No. 4
Telp. 2-3385 y 2-298
"Venaues barsto
para tender as"

Tenemos exactamenW' el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesital
Fabrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2W80



SE NECESITA:

Vendedor con experiencia
en* venta de viveres o de
mercancias en general. -
Traer referencias y una
fotografia. Initil presentar-
so sin estos requisitos.


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Avenida Norte No. 48



L6mparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Can 0 oel.a doe fuer de lu blane"
mode na. Pormanece eneondida SO6
bora par 1.al6n do kerosene. Tomn
o4% de AUt y solamentoe % do
KIEOSNE. Completamente setura-
no explota nl necesita senerador ml
bembe. No produce humo aol malo
olores IE tan mencilla qu e un n iGo
pudie prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
n a Preco tan Bajoa
por s6o... B/.9.95
Teemoe tedoelo In RepIestM
Do Vets en todlas FER IrMIASl
7 MIUELERIAS.
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COil Calle s y AVe. biom
Tel 3M.
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TeL 2.SN


CELOSIAS
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C. A. PORRAS
TeL 24* 7 Panaa M'



Tuberia


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'Prectos de Competends
con el produeto huportade.
Tubes 4" Stelllos. ...4.4
Tubes 4" DoblasI.. 4.4f
Tubes 2" Seellios ..... ..
Tubes 2" Dobles...... 2M
Tees- 4x4..........S.16
Yees -2x2.........1.0
Codos %i x 2....... 75
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Vi U Espel I I
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to rca Ion ar idel fftbol
arregop n


entidad reel*=& '-uw u Ju-
dores contratadoa.
Loa Comslnonsdo Ide ,a eFIA
me muestran apttmitau 'na ei


nal quel rfee au, deport.
sntido de que e fte profe-


en e


Piar Ley


desueldoenhase

NU VA YORK, agosto 22.-
(UP)--El PI esldente de 1a Jn-
.ta Estabil1zadora' de salarlos
indlc6 que eata de acuerdo en
que se elimine la regulaci6n en
lo que toca a sueldos de los JU-
gadores de baseball.
El baseball ortanlzado prt-
sento unaspetici6n on e se i-
do pidiendo que so exceDtte a
los Jugadores de pelota de la
congelacd6n de salaries. La ges-
tidn I s hizo el abogado Louis B.
Carroll en nombre de las Ligas
Mayores y Menores. Carroll pro-
meati a la junta hue el preclo
de entradas a log juegos de
baseball no seria afectado por
el" aumento en la paga de los
jugadores.


'3.


En la importane reunl dn
efectud ayer la nueva Conm t Iri
National de Ciclismo, ase nem
br6 la Mesa Directiva, quedaetido:
compue.ta de is sigulent.t ib ..
nera:
Presidente, Clifford Bolt; VI-
cepresidente, Antonio Damtali
Tesorero, Manuel FernAndeA.
Secretarlo, Neville Gittens; wn -
cal, Noel Balley; Vocales: rer-
bert Davenport, Oavaldo emn-
chez.
Esta nueva Directiva de 1t
Comlsi6n del Ciclismo ,tomar4
posesl6n en I reuni6,i extra-;.
ordinaria que se verificara .el
pr6ximo lunes, a las 6 de IA
tarde, en la Oficina del Estadbo.
Olimpico.
Ademijs, la Comisi6n nombrdi
su Delegado ante el Comit6 Nas
clonal Olimplc resultando re-T
electo pars ea" cargo el sefto;
Clifford Bolt yjcomo Suplenti .
se escogl6 al sedor Antonio Da.t
mian. ;
En esta form el "conocido f
entusiasta deportlsta recibi6 u-
na demostracl6n de conflanza at
resultar reelecto ehi los dos car-4
gos.


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al senior Lorenzo Puga el es-
tablecimiento commercial de su
propledad denominado "No-
vedades Puga" en ]a Avenida
Juan Dem6stenes Arosemena
No. 38.
Hermicida Martinez


KtU PANAMERILANA

tiene los

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q Umo LA FA PiBRO.....-A pear de las eWperansas de
1- fuerzas de lns Nacloneas Upidag para que se oonsilga pas, la
IAo so lenia dwua naoa al asasr T. lgmna ewsuiond.beon-
-aa~awlpgoadr low eonmiintas on can o de una wpt m.


Plums contra los
ianises en Suez
Sanunmca ahora
ALEJANDRIA, Egipto, Agoato
22 (UP) Fuentes Informadas
dlijron que el Mintatro de Oue-
Pri y Marina de Zglpt0 pla&4a
rodear la guarnicl6n britanica,
on tI Canal de Suez. cona una
red de puestos de observaci6n
. restringir el niovlmiento 4e
la tropaa britanicasa fupra de
Tales fuentes dloen que el
UMinitro pretend dominar el
mOilmlento de lt4 tropua brl-


Verdaderamenle
eqalofriante!

"UN GRITO
EN LA NOC8A
Pr6ximamiente ei la
MFcgiteatmtQ


t&nies e n las chudades llavea
eauicias como Cairo y Alejan-
l' personal mlltAr d
Tue uqar. permlaoa epeclalea.
TIale fuen s idlilanque g)p-
toW"' .,w44 r qu umatlier ;
cont' sbobre 1,aW rpas nrT
nicas en vista de la deteriora-
c0n de lus relaclones anglo-
eglp!la. it lo refreferent~ a
Canal de o uez. *



fen., esta

imadrecita



AMorrUNAvo el bobdt cuya mam=
lo lava con Jab6~ Johnson y to
frota con Aceite Johnson quo
protWgen y fivoreccoa a pieL
I Uselo used tambidn

ACEITE

.JABdNS

JOHNSON
4 f I .
i ~ vvwuu'wwurq"'_,ywwwwJ


I Ats- ofocloum del coenidn sn do Ia mas
meofdulrSin embargo, no debicran serlo. Los
n dd i oodemnos como los
Sayes.o'el cpioAleleOtrocardiygrafo
baces I dia6stico ns rpide y pred o. Ls
nuevas medicaconme acortan el pr ceo de-o,
infcciones y reduce asi el agotamiento car-
diaco que cauan. Y los adelantos en la cirugia
del coez6a pueden qmiair condiose4 qtAe
santato so tela rnwio. HrIJamas fueron
% asyoes las espeanzas de levar una vida
normal para una perMo undhal


Los auroreanos no creen que
haya armlatlcio y hay sangrkn-
tas batallau a 1o largo de las
dullna al norte de Yanggu en el
eate central d Kansong on la
costa etise, 2 mUllas al note
del parallo 38..' Los barcos de
poerr de 46o00 toneladas ban
entrado on acc6n dejando caer
80 toneilaas e d explosives so-
bro 1a eoxoentraclones comu-
ntstab entire Konsgong y Kane
tBong' ellunca
Por otra parts, la fuerzas co-
munhatt o'- veVieten reformando
y pontindaee en un piano sili-
lar a la quoe tenlan cuando Uii-
eilrOn Ia' ofenaiva de primavera
del afto paado-. So calcula ?quo
los rojor esta aumentando sus
electivos, lero los aurcoreanros
captgrb ra .Ayer en dos collnas
' l no*@ de Yanggu 3200 hoa.i-
bres. VUn Informante de la .Nc--
clones Unlda manifesto que di-
cha lucha tom6 cast todo el cia
en una plea extremadsmeaite
peia.a-" CUando la resistenci4
rojao eotaba flaqueando, recibie-
ron refuertos y los surcoreanos
no pudio~t ftealisar progresua.
Por otra part la radio cor.u--
nista ~hlna dUtoitemprano hlcy
que no habrA armisatcio a rue-
Itos que laI Nactoies Unidas a'
cepten suspender el fuego a lo
largo del paralelo 38. Los alia-
dos han rechasado ace; tar el
paralelo *3 en vi ta de que no
hay alit defense naturales on
los cualse defenders en caso de
que, el armitcio ase derrumbe.
El Brigadier General WillUm
4uckoel, .ijo que el Geneial
norcoreano iaanm I1, negotlador
jcfe,cornunlata estA "muy dell-
nitivamiente en la espera saovd-
tica".
Nuckola agrg6 quo Nl m It
lu6 mMa-< lB!i yr-,que co-
mmn rumorew-de qu e- eluua-
dand rwitlt. 1 zprM6 qu- el


Los abuses del cmaz6n mis comunes son It sordura
excesiva y los esfuerzos extremados.
No ebw se d so cemasn. Tome las cosas con
calm, Mpecialmente si ha pasado de los 40.
Evite los trastornos emocionales, la tensi6a
nerviosa.L Estos pueden traer consigo la alta
presi de las angm, una de las principals
- caumas de las af cionme del eoraz6n. .Ls sin-
tAo ciynEapmredwdebte Ud. vliar sm: falta
de respiraci6. maaeo, irregularidades on Iom
latidos cardiacos, vagos dolores do "indiges-
ti6n", hinchaz6n de pWi y ttIaUY, fti
costante. Si .dti.o cualqoui a. &-
sintomasW co ll a ma ft dic. M


eofno a Nam 11.
Mientras, la subcomis6dn ae
entrase6 en Infructuosa reuni Ot
nuevamente por dos horas 0o-
bro mapas lIlevados par .i I4M
-po General Henry r. Hodeo y
el Almirante Arleigh A. Burke.
f-to se ia considerado comO u
46ObU signo do esperana.


Auque Ud. padacw ddeearudwip indl ls tae.
miento Mdk- pOW& aotara u. ws U rWm.
Vivo Coo ppudndoe y 1to B prlBM m quo
p*I"nge s om vMisd Su udilte no pdo vivir
por usted. Aunque l6 Ie dianmtique que usted
iufredel corazia, lt dooabv! dwisfutar
-de una vida large y plmsi if eon qoMs.
Tenga preseart to algdma: No corms a camino
con rapidz-ev .it .lr ew mrau -evite
prisas, pcepa e y aaIh. Procure
hacedlo.odn mis dUpaed.Si apread uesd a
repour, a detn outm de ica e dema-
u lodo, hari muchoe.inea ms iaway pro.
-.Jolgari u vada.


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;~ia{anat casi aeg

IAwras comunistas

res do ataques afiaAd
" -i t 22. (UP).--. general norcoeano obtlens aus
aia raap ha comgene.- fat loines del General. KiU
4b. :" o evamentq cn II pung. premier y comaldttf
11WiHO1iaiti entire las Na- en Je notcoreao quln es a
elon IMg laM rojos 4an as dirtv g o per aln ljeru .
lucha 1 it l y cerroM ee- a comnt alto. D o
tratglepa. a'reisttencia do los tambi6n qde los delegado, c00-
noDrear b,. quoe se califica de na rb reMe probablemoate sa
ttauda",. Iacl e ruforas- Instrucelones de ia capital de
me i d lsa tropaa con M00 iMao Tze Tung en Pelping-
ul .oOn 4 n fanatlatio
cal go la fueruas comuns- Otro Incidente surgi6 por el
tas hl reopondido los ataques TeCaimo de Nam II de qu lfuI
de las trapas de las Naciones U- abaleado un guard comunata
n deoendlendo cada cerro y on la sona neutral de Kaem.g.
l4a hueo con granadas de rilamo echo al Vieealudraate
uaao. Sn algunos puntos, log C. Turner Joy, jefe de log nea -
noreoreanos ban recapturado ciadores de las Naclones UniM4,
SuM poullones, mientras los a.r- quen no ha aceptado el reala-
coreanos ataean con renovadx me hasta tanto no lo Investigue.
v mancon renovd taci6n aue no ha s ata-


-a


les dias, quialsramoas .1l _.
corasa6n de ease miamas iWdrl*-
y mujereV para palpar e jtaluti
inlento que hboy s anidsa'n p-
llon al contemplar la falta di
a1006n del Minatro.


I


LOS CAMIONES FORD 1951




SRIN'DEN MAS!


11 fleacilsmo sisteme d caburacd6n con oncendido "Powr Pilot,"
y los otros reflnamienteo do fabricaci6n, so combine pare lograr
mdi economla, y funcponamiento a6n m|oor.


J.oe camiones Ford do 19561
prinden como nuncal
I-EtoeFson los camioam. que hay
ip vow ansm de ocoom l Parque
Io los ocamione que vau a la van.
-guardia en funcionanmlmto, cmo-a
didad del camionero, durabisiad-

ElM smento anto las ns lo de-
mumtral En la ciudades, en el
ampo y en aIm carrtera, la ea-
lMMe dasn mi tmbajo a lop cain-
mm .OWD. par Fed t*6dn md&.
SlY aduimbpueden poerie ihd


1 s. r


dinero en el bobillol Panra cada
tarea hay un nuevo cami6n Ford,
con uelecci6n de motoreo de potencia
Sadcuada a sum requisitoe. Md do
180 models, d l dee el do acaneo do
95 c. de f., hasta el de 145 c. de f.,
PARA FAENAS PESADAS.
iCuatro soberbios motores! Para de.
tailem completos vea maflana Eimo
al Concemionario Ford.


ECONOMIC
"POWER PILOT"


El "Power Piot" del Cumidn Ford
constituye un mndodo mdi weuncill, y de
probada eicacia, para lograr audaima
potuda con minimo combtiba.
A diferecia de oe sistenm convmwio.
naie, el "Power Pilot" usi a61o un uddo,
on vez de dos, y ain embargo et& daro-
ninado pm .ncendw con mn% det dol do
ezactitud. Sa cua ftwM .l combmttl quo
- no habrd golpeteo. Ban u lsmJe oa
Ford da economfa 'Tower Pilot"
I+ I


LOS CAMIONES FORD


PaQ MAS FUERTES,
. '.... A ..- _. .


S.*EOste m un aode deo ma sbdiadei a fee
-ait h ia~m y si lut p Ml 1 nmJ nciam tI
-mA. .MOk co lablaral .spcba on.u s o mo wal
- ,S- h= -e. t a.-- 7 m .


..a .. ,". "" -.


- II -- -;- -- ----


sororo, Domlinu.
ucal, Rodrp- Ot B.
Jsidoro X. Ma V.
Cord6n.


r:m5r


,I :-~~"-


David lamnudlo ague as leWa
un hombre sincere. Ai lI erce-
mos. Pero es precso quo
dusas easa sinceridad, c aw
obstracta, en obras, c ac iagt
clas concretas. T oen 0 MW a-

INUNDACION y PASEO--La poor Inundael6n de Missouril eaU6 de As a miles de personas,er y u deber e harlo
pero el pegue o pob Hartman, de Kansas City, parew quo eat teflt. Aprovech6 la oportu- Si cl Ministro Bamudio
aidad pas. paserse on bicloleta en medo do las calles inundadas. ra prel Minto de una plan0
Seon clentifica, initolar SaUvI
nacos de basura de la capital, horliontes de vida a esa niasa iI vuolta al campo pamapen.
CARTA A DIRECTOR ue salga a buscarlos. Pero que que aupo liorar escuchAndolo la lugm l ma doe n
no mantenga instituclones "bo- resonancla coninovedora de us y mujerm es trian l ftad ak.
MAS, SO $. tells" que no justlfican las t- palabras. No c mplir con el pueb. o e
MAS,80L A VELTA rugaclones que ocaalonan al E- Los que orr, sor Minstro .
AL ~AMNO tado. Los que vimos a muchas nia-
Santiago, 18 de Agosto do 1951 Es precise que el Ministro Sa- dras y mujeres con las lagri- mmtoU D. Himu ld
Sefor Director: l t ido demuestre elporqu de masa en los ojos, despu6s de ha- 'e E O'..
em lei os. comentri su emotividad durante las jor- her escuchado al H. Diputado ,ea"El Avio Oprt
noticias y editorials publicados nadas de Mayo en au lmprovisacl6n de aque-
por ese diarlo on relaci6n Lon Creemos, sinceramente, que no
la ivuelta a campo" panamco. fu6 por conseguir un Minister o.
Como esos escrit6s, hemos lei- Que quisiera 'hnacez de au Car- I E
dos otroa muchos. tera un instrument de refur -
Y seguiremos loyindolos mien- mas sustancias, heroics de
tras no hays un Jefe de Estado ser hecesario, que lieve nuevs
capaz de comprender los pro-
blemas del pueblo y tenr p el
sentido comun y la capacidad
do accidn necesarla para* ei -
prender sus solqelones.
Creo que a er de mante-
nor on su cuerpo de asesorea, e-
lementos que hatin demostrado
qer enemiggs del patriotism y
de la entermet de earacter que
debe distinguir a tolo hombre Ha s belo
pithllco, este gobernante tihene ga su ca
buenas intenelones. u e
El seftor Aloibiades Aroseme- rnmuchSirno As
na qulere gobernar blen. Quiere
quo el, pueblo eas conteonto d con atractivo con 'Vaseline'
bu administraci6n.m-
Pero esa intenci6n no basta. Hair Tonic... Use unas /
We 'preciso que el sector Arose-
mena comprenda que sae pueblo Pocas gotas diaries y
qulehe hechoi yy no deseos. Que suso. Los IXTIMINAI Cade ve .. e ifereicl
a la masa panaml ufa se le ha quo lave el frgedero o el piso de Ive dferencal
excitado demaxsiado y ha recibl- su cocina, agregue 2 cucharadas
do amuy pocas atisfaciones, de LYOL en cada 5 litros de GSJI 11E 1 /
La vuelta al campo puede saer ague. LYOL es m Vy*condmrnio
un hecho. Y ese hecho puede porque poqubsima cantidad, GUANDE A-
Jer logrado prmedio del BAn- dlulda en ague, bast pan rNe li

Bi. eadied~o tia- "
no tilcos, Jo-- suft ientemerte E.
capaces do ektinder esto y de
confeccionar un plan de traoa-
jo que contemple devolver al MAnCA *Itse
Interior Ion hombres que hoy VSJ SSSSd ^ BL


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PAGINA OCRO P AM w . ............. ....


Joey Maxim Defiende Hoy Por Pera EXIRA PLA


l E TI.a1 CSI:D DP R nL MB.-l. DEBA
,. ^ ^,. ^. ^ ^ni,., B l DEMMi


LI UIU iIImI UUI C iUU
El ret ador es

fav to a


Irish Bob Murphy


ganar la peica
* *
NUEVA YORK, agosto 22.-
(UP)-Joey Maxim harn Su es-
perada primer& defense del ti-
tulo mundial de los pesos semi-
pesados en la noche de hoy con-
tra el zurdo Bob Murphy.
Esta peleaa 15 asaltos se pon-
dra en ejecuel6n la velocidad,
habilidad y el rapido jab de iz-
quierda de Maxim frente a ia
persistencia en el ataque y los
demoledores "uppercuts" .z-
qulerdos de Murphy que come
su adversario cuenta 29 afies de
edad.
Murphy, ex-marino pelirrojo,
de San Diego, California, es fa-
vorite por 6'A a 5 en la pelesa
para arrebatar sl corona' de la
.categoria de los semipesados al
italiano de Cleveland.
El encuentro que seri trans-
mitido per television y descri-
to per radio, se espera que sea
prpsenclado per 10,000 personas
con una entrada de 50,000 d6-
lares. Ademis, habri un ingrese
extra de 100,000 dolares pagados
per los derechos de transmisl6n
por television.

Phil Cavarreta,

nombrado pilot

de lOs Cachorros
FILADELFIA, agosto 22 (UP)
-Phil Cavarreta fue designado
pilot de los Cachorros en la
temporada de 1952.
Se gnuncia que habia ganado
el contrato, teniendose en cuen-
ta "la excelente labor que hai
rendldo diriglendo a los Cacho-
rros desde que se retir6 Frankie'
Friech hace un mes".

Sigue muy re.ido
el torneo de bolos

por la cope Jantzqn
ISTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
Optica Sosa 13-7 .650
Philip Morris 13-1 .650
Caf6 DurAn 10-6 .637
Imp. Selecta 12-8 .600
Entrometidos 9-7 .560r
Teatro Tropical 9-11 .450
Plnocho 7-9 .437
Flan Royal 6-10 .375
Taller Sousa 6-10 .375
Novatos 3-13 .187
El Torneo de Bolos "Jantzen"
se torna cada dia mis Intere-
sante, hacidndose dificil pro-
nosticar qui6n se llevara el tro-
feo "Jantzen". Anoche el Optica
Sosa empat6 al Philip Morris
en el commando al vencerlos 4 a
0. Esta noche se enfrentan el
Cafd Duran y Flan Royal.
La puntuacion de anoche fue
la siguiente:
PHILIP MORRIS
Samaniegr 130 92 139 361
Maduro 139 157 126 422
Orillac 137 147 115 399
Cowes 177 97 167 441
Capriles 153 165 142 460
736 658 689 2083
Handicap 28 28 28 84
764 686 717 2167
OPTICA SOSA


Maduro 134 139
Arias 168 162
De Janon 167 143
Arango 170 *211
Flstonich 170 179
809 834
* Juego de Honor


Joey Maxim


Bob Feller Conquist6 Ayer Su

Vigesima Victoria Al VYncer

Los Indios a Los Senadores


Servicio de la Prensa Unida
Bobby Feller conquisto ayer
su vigesimo triunfo del afio,
para ser el primer lanzador en
realizar esta hazafia durante
S la temporada actual, al veneer
los Indios a los Senadores por
anotaci6n de 6 carreras a 0.
Feller solamente permitio seis
incogibles. Ha ganado hasta a-
S hora 228 juegos desde que co-
zmenzo en las Ligas Mayores.
Este juego coloco a los In-
S dios a un juego de ventaja so-
bre los Yankees de Nueva York,
que apalearon a los Tigres con
17 incoglbles para ganar por 11
carreras a 4. Mientras tanto, los
SMedla Blancas derrotaron a los
SAtleUtcos con uin- ataquq de 15
S hits por anotacion de'13 a 5.
j ,CUbi XEL cAloriA que re-
lev6 a Saal Rogovin en el ter-
cer episodio, conquisto su quin-


ta victoria sin ninguna derrota.
En la Liga Nacional los Gi-
gantes se colocaron a site jue-
gos y medio detrAs de los pun-
teros, los Dodgers de Brooklyn
al vencer a los Rojos por ano-
taclon de 7 carreras a 4, au-
mentando asi sus victorias con-
secutivas a diez. Wes Westrum
conecto el tercer jonr6n de la
entrada enviando la pelota a
las graderias del jardin izquier-
do cuando habia dos hombres
en bases y fue entonces cuan-
do los Gigantes obtuvieron la
margen para la victoria en el
juego quo fue presenctado por
6,315 aficionados.
El juego entire los Cardona-
les y los Codgers tue pospues-
to por lltva. En los 1 4ros jue-
gos de este circuito los Bravos
batloeron a los Piratas por 3 a 1
y los Phillies a los Cachorros
por 3 a 2.


Debutan Esta Tarde Los Hermanos

Omphroy En El Torneo "Spaulding"
0
Esta tarde cointinuara el tor- por anotacion de 6-0 y 6-3.
neo de tennis por la Copa Este torneo se esta llevando
"Spaulding" .con el debut de los a cabo en una forma muy in-
hermanos Omprhoy frente a los teresante y en el partido de
tenlstas Midence y Arnelli. mafiana se mediran los Motta-
Los hermanos Omphroy aca- Luke vs. Young-Chawick.
ban de llegar de los Estados U- El teniente Luke participara
nidos, donde cursaban studios pot primera vez en nuestros tor-
y segfin htmos sido informados neos y recien se encuentra en
durante su permanencia en el Panama. Segufn pudimos apre-
norte se destacaron en various clar en una de sus practices
torneos colegiales de tennis, contra Julio Pinilla .-el tenien-
En el partido de ayer la pa- te es un buen jugador y sin lu-
reja formada por Schay-Guar- gar a dudas dara much que
dia se impuso a Perera-Pascual hacer en este campeonato.


Pelimex y Fuerza y Luz


Se


Colocaron a La Cabeza De

La Serie Del Basket Menor


Por H. E. TEJADA V.


de Basketball en la segunda


a icaegoet a.
Pelimex v Fuerza Luz, salie-
ron por delante en los juegos En el primer juego de la no-
de la Serie Final por el Cam- che el Pelimex supero al Optica
peonato de la Liga Provincial Sosa, para acabar con el invic-
_to de estos por anotacion fi-
nal tie 38 a 36.
Deporte de Fue un juego sumamente re-
f-ido en el cual el Sosa jugo
Los Reyes n basketball mediocre, mien-
L tras que sus contrarios ofrecian
una de sus mejores presenta-
-Por Humberto Alzamora- clones en el torneo. Caco Bar-
cenas con 13 puntos, Campag-
No sabemos cual es el relaio ani con 8 y White con 6 tue
que existe con las suspensions ron .los maximos anotadores de
impuestas por el Cuerpo de Co- su equipo, mientras que por el
mi-sarios a various ejemplares Sosa el miejor fue Juan Diaz
por carreras contradictorias. ya con 12 y Hormochea en union
que en los informes aparecenI de Henriquez con 6 cada -uno.
suspendidos por determinadas El segundo juego, lo gano el
reunions v luego aparecen en Fuerza y Luz sobre el Barn Jr.,
el nrograma de inscription. Es en lorma amplia y sin ninguna
hora, pues, Que se le ponga co- ainicultad. Los ganadores se
to a esta vieja anomalia para hicieron del commando desde el
el buen funcionamiento de inicio del juego, mediante ca-
nuestra hipica. nastas de Aguirre y Peralta, v
_continuaron asi durante todo el
Ayer en la mafiana fue ope- partido, resistiendo con exito
rado en la Clinica Sar Fer- los ataques de sus contrario
nando el joven jinete nation nl, que solo pudieron situarseles a
Carlos Icaza, la operaclin le site puntos de diferencia. Da-
fue practicada en la rodilla de-via Peralta con 20 puntos. Ta-
recha a consecuencla de un gol- boga Aguirre con 9 al Igual que
pe reclbldo en la gatera Chon AguUlar y Nando Lasso
___ con 6 fueron los mejores de los
Se encuentra retluido en la "electricos". mientras que por
Chnica San Fernando sutrien- el Barn Jr.. Palmer result el
do auebrantos ae salud. nues- melor con 15 puntos v Weeks 10
tro amigo don Alfredo "'Oua-
t6r" Gonzale7 Esta noche contnuara la se-
El aprendiz E Campbell saldra rio final con los Juegos que se
mafiana lueves de Is Clinlcin InicImAn a las 6.45 en el Oim-
3an Fernandu Campbell tuvo nato Nacional entire Centena-
'J o accldente hace dos sema- rib y Eleta y Barn Jr. renLe a i
Mon anacional Ptpos PeIhmex.
@70' 1- .. L


IA~


ILI ..A -1 T .... F '. .*.. Y1"
----------i- Dipuy o apqe el n*j


Otro Campenato De Tennis Se COW !M. I6* r..

Adjudican Shirley Fry y D. Hait Ji M n. ..aa ..
inJugr nMiranda vs. LOW0111010604 do Is Vis iilliJ
CHESNUT HILL, Ma., Agosto 22 (UP)-DoHs Hart y. Shir- G y y la 2a. vuelta power l A
ley Fry demostrando qewforman la mejor Irela de tens feme- Qm; mR6 reOn e* eso_. o i arag ,e oeueitan agr o i t ka ee
nino del mundo, ganaren el campeoinato de Iols taodos Unos Ln eCLf_ Pho e Il. (us a ueuerm"ana b eiS* ellr
derrotando a la pareja Integrada power Nancy Chaffee y la selora d o),Pleto. l C84 oup,tl it, Weih b ook,
Lat Tlodd'or anotaeiin de S--4 y 6--4. Sar extra per el ganador 1_ priu e" d Is auto on eft
Aensar de I&a Jhivina quou empaP6 ,la. 7rbL1 do hi6 ean4hdI N de -S Iu
Is hieo resbaladila, I la eao Hart y Fry no tuv dfiultad en d1
agregar Ia corona de os Unidos a Is$ trof -e ndo 1 am- Za rOovi6 efctuar anoche larra Oft"-. s Or DO 0 n,_ lol ... mChaabsoe lto
peonatos de Francia y Wimbledon que sanaron prevamente ease Ug i dieho crcuito al ret -. I
ao rar dearcontlehdi al Deportivo E 0perte P ede tu rse
Mas tarde Ia Ilovisna se transform6O en aEuieo y por se Crelso, ganador de esa eltapa 1
gundo dia consecutive hubo oue apiaa- el uInero entire las per no presentarse a cumplir ue I ula
parejas australianas Frank Sedgman y Ken MX 4or contra or o rUd 1 lSpro d
Mervin Rose y Don Candy. B uscompromi los de la segundoa m "' p
vuelta que so Inilci hace poco. 'a
Sn ta uforma, mafnana enI a nA t
tarde en el cuadro de, Barraza, 1m o
se medkin los equipos Gray
ou MiraMac.rth"ur es c d id"o vs. Miranda. ...
r Ia Ml p h segunes itdo npartido de esta En el partido qu soete* in contra el Danar.
Merio .extra asrealizara ei do- Tanbiin contin6a la serie final del basket ie
opara el puesto de Comisioenado Antire logm t conJu 5untos Ca-1
nady Vallarino, y los gan&- Por BETO TEJADA rle, mientre que a su& i
NUEVA YORK, agoste 22.- Webb, Uan: .de ,.p letarlo dolrs de estos dos partidos se Tres importantes juegos ofre- SBarn luhan a todoGt
(UP)-Los propletarios de clu- de los Yank J dc que de los enfrentaran el lunes por la con- cera esta noche la Liga Provin- entrar a column. deoi
beside las Ligas Myores redu- cineo ealdates que ian que- qulata de la primer vuelta. clal de Basketball en el Gir- does y mejorar suCO
Jeron a cinco la lsta do los dado enp ist, todom osnocen ia naslo Nacional, codmenzando N6minaa parejaa ofrecerAn IS
candidates, entire los que se eli- decisi6 7 & todos eolls so ha Debido a esta decisl6o de la desde las 6.45. 'Los Juegos de dos equtio, raz6n por Is!
girA el Comisionado de base- hablado. IE Webb no revel6 Liga, la segunda vuelta del tor- esta fechla lprometen Ilevar una debe ofrecer un Juego a
ball en la reunion que ha sido fos'onbftd to los einco candi- neo ha quedado en receso hasta gran itcltrrendca al Gimnaslo ceado. a
convocada para TerlficAr en datos, Ua"' de Is que los reem- el martes de la pr6x ia sema- de la Ayeilda A, dadd el interds
Chicago el pr6ximo 20 de sep- plazara a A. B:. Chandler como na, cuando se reanudara dicha que reyiaten. Los vartidos ion: Operten vse. banar '
tlembre. Comisionado de baseball. jornada del Campeonato. El ilgo cumbre de -la na
Al comenzar la reunl6n de Pero fucwtge iafarmadas dl- - los propietarios de clues que can 'qo elnae son- lo sigulen- ( .45 P. a . (Menor Mscullna) perte y Danar. dos equipoa qu
tuvo lugar ayer, habia once tesa:el General Douglas Mae- U neste choque ambos compe- rivallzaroa duran todo .
candidates en la lsts. Del Arthur, el Gobernader de Call- f iY llS n tidores harAn as primer pro- catmpeonato regult y e
candidates en l i D Afornia, Earl Warren, l Pres i- sentacl6n en la aerie or el tti- naron asu comprotilaoq u
dented de InLIa Nacional, tord tulo de 1o menor, pronosticAn- uno solo. En eate partid
l anklndt moa l iek, L a n l n.al, me- nielal 0n el fut dose un4 duelo aumamente reiln- el Opertep ,la oporunld
El Canadi manU ll illuv norm r aa el do entry estos dos equipos. titularse 'Campe6of" femn
i Presidents de la' junta de la i.BamS ., "s. Pelhie pero part ello tendr4 que im S
ii o V r Cca Cola, J Farley. w ihm yor do CoIV B-n estesegundo juego e Pe- muy fuerte .contra 6l Diali.
s1 invicl m al ter C co la, lamex trata de acar margn r 1 Operten nrem
Per MARCO ANTONIO en el primer puesto de Ia se- accl6n a CabaOer Yanslo
ayer al Miranda: 3-1 5. illd6 S club dep. ESTADO DEL TORNEO ra, OA r Barre a,
ayer al Mira W fitbol de Co dC6n muchao rOars, undo sus
t iersnCategoria versarlas Holms, Njfez,
ESTA D E IE LO EQUIPOS G EIP oe nPiersaraS H oln2e,, HSUyH r o
Baseball de Brras 5.. Dep. Doman 5 1 1 11 s a lente quintet que nada i-
Segunda Vuelta Dep. Forts 2 1 4 5 presicconae I envidlar al contrary Si
2 r n1.000 U girup do -eentuslast asde- AtL n Roque 1 0 5 2 triunfo es del Danar .tend
Cjplnadia 2 9 1.90o portista so reunlerop .fltima- .,FeerU-y DoAman empataron, a de-bas etb l Cua medirfe nuevamento
MIranda 1 1 .500 mente coft el pro6sIto de coo- In itoent o el rpartidoquese-rbasketb l OprtenInUnarIe dl i
Vallarino 0 1 .500 perar al mejoramlelnto de nues- tuv*iron iltlframente Vy corros- lfta)os ppr el Campeonato,,
Isdo 0 .g tro deports. Fundaron ei Club pondlte al Cabnpeonato de COLON, Agosto 22.-En reu- tro X el triunfo es de las "so
(respo 0 2 00 o Deortt0 *Juverntud anamefia, Ftbol de primer categoria ,de nl6n efectuadca por loe miem- deras as titulan ."Campeonu'
El Canada qued6 emparejan- quedando Integradi la Directi- la Irovncial de Col6n. bros de la Liga Provincial de
do accbones con el, Gray en el va n I imguientoe forma: Zl, enctientro result6 refildo y Baloncesto, de Col6n, se proce- T
comando del beisbbl de Barra- Presidente, Modesto Obando: movldo y el domIrflo fue alter- d16 al escogimItento del pro- S D L
ra y contlnia Invicto en esta gTorero, 'Marco Algandona; nado. selecciona4o prOvincial entire (R
segunda vuelta al Imponerse a- Secret*rio, LWHli Fern ndez; Posman, que ya tiene a- los jugadores quoa miltan en el u n
yer al Miranda por 3 carreras Fiscal, Luis Fernandeo; Vocal: campenato, fue. 6 trneo g so desemroa aqui. c P r
a 1a Zolo Guetr drerT. da l pra anotar, al aprov eo- .-it98 qud6 e.nAetreOl ahtl- ea.ra ra..
Con este resultado, el Mirara, r La nueva agrupacl6n depor- "Pan Viel" gulen e a:Its, Her-
bajo al:saegundolgar y pern 6 ta.ha meanzado a laborait rien del brtn i Inaorroide Drit b eL
su primer en ntro en y oYentre sul actividades se en- a9 inotodar el Firatncob. a erIoelrd). r. 1U n
segunda etapa deo la cqntlen c1Wntran. organlMsidn de va eina, ter- RogelWA k ,enou L 6pSezy
Debido a que el.- Canada flu rios equipos para competir "en- mtol a -*de J uego Marco Baeehu l (Pern):. Ante- POMPTOmrN m i T .
retirado de la Justa por Incu-J- lo pr6ximos toncos. favorable ih arc. & no, Quone, Trncs o de la goto 2 (UP)R a'ob
plido, la Liga acord6 efectuar .I .. n la ei is .ada, el e- CrAmz, TomAs Braco y Fernando comenzd sue practicaspara s
una sere extra por el ganador An fa trw u~g para empa- Hyacinth (10 de Mayo). Ralph pelea que sostendri cont
de la primera vuelta, la cral L- A7 r IIa5i tar, y ,yel era, Nelson, Gooding, aodnAn Redman, Randy Turpin- tonpe6n med
comenzarA est ta rde y termi- Pratdo, re onstantea in- George Sewell, Herman Brown no del mundo en la que Robin
Dorhe hent'rad 0 en un fore- aegln .e cat Pn qorRbi
nab el r nes. sta segudn 4 un t13nto 6 rl fuo in u pro- y M. Abrahams (Cervantes). son eapera rconqUlistar a1 ti
jornada ha entrad en un r- lo uW p6sto ca 'ados burla- Alberto Jimdnez, Edmun4o Oor- tulquo q puerdI6 -ret6tement
ceso hasta el martes. dIo al port# atedes, con un d6h y Guillermo "Pilata" Arauz Sugar Ray Robinson hbzo do
F-- iA "( se A0ema UAU tiro e squlnao ma*c6 el tanto (P.R.I.), Carlos Qutatero Jr. aaitos. Robi6nsn so encuentr
Ele S a I que empat6del Juego. (San Jose). Luts: Paredes (Mi- en el campo de prActics dead
Dep. FoCe y Cen r ,Aioctacl6n de Redatr6a l Juego del pr6xino dortni- lonarios). Ivain G mez (Bachi- el 13 de agoto, PrePa indos
los finalitas de l DOportivos deo Panami reanudt go correrA a cargo dt.Ique Ileres).- par el enuentro con Turp
105 finAjstas ,le anoche sus sesiones semaenalu y Ferts, donde loa primer ne- El equipo que represent a la que tendri lugar el pr6ximo 1 I
C l tratando varies auntlos unt on el cesitaran triunfar para man- provincia Sera escogido. defnl- de septlembre. Robinson peS
Wfitbol dmenor de oI prop6s dto de volver a S tender su opcldn al Suboatpeo- tlvamete en l Iranscurso de ayer 162 libras, siendo dsta l
vidados pars cooperar mais es- nato, ya qu el Ferils CO r61lo )a semana. Se emplearA el sis- primersa ve en su carrera pu
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA trechamente con el deported. empatar segurar4e s tema de eliminaci6n y rendl- gilistica que ha pesado las 1
Futbol Menor de Colon Be consIder6 que el period de gundo puesto del torneo. miento de, trabajo y capacidad. libras.
G E P Ptos la actual Directiva va termin6
Dep. Foche 6 1 0 13 y ones necesario actuar enh an
Dep. Centuria 6 0 1 12 forma legal en este asunto pa-
Abel Brave 4 1 3 9 racumplir con los Estatutos,
Amazona 2 0 6 4 r lo cual en la reunil6n del
Prti. Sporting 0 0 8 0 proximo martes se procederi
El Deportivo Foche Argellenes en ese punto. de A oto
conserve su invicto en el pri- La Asoclaci6n cuenta con 36 A
mer lugar del Campeonato de miembros, a todos los cuales se
Etbol de Segundo Categoria de les pIde tomen debida notsa .de "
la Liga Provincial de Col6n al la reunl6n del proximo martes
imponerse ampliamente por 4 para resolve los importantes a-
tantos a 0 a los estudiantes del suntos pendlentes. presents
Abel Bravo. Se inform6 que en Tesoreria
En el otro coteJo, el Centuria hay B.102.87 depositados en la
sigue pisAndole los talons a Caja Nacional de Ahorros.
los punteros con su victoria so- Entre los presented. a Ia reu-
bre el Amazona por 3 goles a 0. nl6n de anoche, se encontraban NVLA MR A
El proximo domingo finaliza- A. De Sodas, J. Ortega, N. Git-
rA el torneo con el ultimo juego tens, R. Merel, H. Woods, 8. V L AI A L
sefialado, donde Jugaran nada Datkins, G. S. Rolla, 0. Re-
menos que el deportivo Foche, vello, etc., v enviaron excuse eel
que esta de primnero, y el Cen- Profesor E. Argote. LeConte,
turia que march de, segundo Maestre, Tejada, Pretelt, Ortiz y
con un punto menos. otros. o A i a 1 I A i u S a u A


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