The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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oclc - 18709335
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Price, Reserve Group

Drafting Resolution

MIWRICANE WAS K The wreckage of t he .WQon's barracks at the Government Poor
Hoe In Kingston, amaiWs, shows the marks of the Savage hurricane which swept over the
Island. Eight women died In this building, some of the 155 left dead by the 130-mile-an-hour

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NO UCtC The youth at fight, apietnber of the-German
?amin uIlWE.youth group, F. D. J., is beaten by an East Serlin
Lmf lst policeman (center) and an accomplce (lef) as
he la 4Kugqd ,bsak into the RUssian sector of Berlin, Like
many Bat BerlinerM he tried to flee into West Berlit but
was intercepted as he attempted to cross into the Azprican
sector. Thes Is believed to be the first actual photo of auch
Sat incident.

Draft Board Clarifies

egistration Questions

"Should my son delay his go-
g back to school, to register
lere?" *
"Will there be any defer-
"Are the names drawn from a
iat, or what?"
These ate only a few of the
questions 'that dally pour into
ffioes of thW two local Selective
service boards In the Canal Zone.
'his steady stream of queries
il1 probably continue from now
until Sepl.'-.- when all young
nerican A men between the r ges
f 18 and 26 will register in the
The Governor's Proclamation,
Signed this morning, follows a
reclamation oy President Tru-
nan Aug. 16 setting the registra-
ion date for the CAnal Zone and
luam, .where Selective Service
tachinery is being set up for the

Contrary to popular belief that
fate decides which-men wfll be
called up first, the selectees are
really called In 'the order of their
ages. Oldest come first. Those
whose birthdays are closest to
Sept. 7, 1925, will be eligible first.
Young men who will register
must have reached their 18th
birthday, but are not eligible if
they have passed 26. Those born
after Sept. 6, 1938 must register
the day they become 18, or five
days thereafter.
Registration on Sept. 8 Vill be
from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. LocalBoard
No. 1 is located in the Balboa
Railroad Station. Board No. 2 is
In Room 208 of the Administra-
tion Building in Criatobal.
Men subject to registration are
required to familiarize them-
selves with the -rules and regu-
lations governing registration
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un* tuie and comply accordingly.
State Director A. C. Medinger
old The imim American re- Those subject to the dralt who
ofter that requests for informa- have their permanent homes in
on regarng the tegistration the Canal Zone or who happen
nay be dirEqCtd to the following to be in the Canal Zone on the
ree woaen: iMrs. JernIce R. days specified above must -reg-
1tley, 8e to thefltate Di- Iter.
actor t alboa 2-34; Mrs.
essie Ct mrris, Local Board No. A person subject to registra-
ln Balboa, at 2-3212, and Mrs. tion may register after the days
Pranees X Hlnnicutt. Local -fixed for registration I caea e
board oNb who can be reached is prevented from reterit at
t1-2115t." that time because of crc
ax or 'sma "dd eal gri- MtancMto hond i control orae-
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Tampko Rides Out

Hufricmne With Much

Damage, No Deaths
* TAMPICO, Mexico, Aug. 22
(UiP)-The 130 M. P. H. hurrl-
cen swept out of the Gulf of
Mipdeo and smashed against the
eat coast o| Mexico yesterday
t arnooa wring 'scores of
peram" .h OA prt, city

t Wida tossed pl~~ ~,rees, roof
Spqi'lt d othw deW.
b troth Oils city of 90,000.
iScores were Injared but no fa-
; titles Were reported.
SThe shrieking rinds flatten-
e ed. many stores and homes along
the exposed loW-lying water-
front but the port Itself, the
-most modern in 'Mexico, escap-
ed severe damage, Ships at an-
chor rode successfully through
the storm.

Two 250-foot radio towers of
station XEFW toppled and one
hangar collapsed at the airport.
A private plane was demo-
lished when the howling gales
tossed it through the air like
a leaf for 400 yards.
A single telephone line, rout-
ed through San Lpls Potosi, was
the only remaining wire com-
munications link with Mexico
The death tol pf the week-
old. hurricane, Whlch ravaged
Jamaica last Frday and Yuca.&
tan on Monday,4lose t4 at least
148 when two American fisher-
men were lost on the Texas
Giant waves swamped their
shrimp boat 30 miles east of
Brownsville, Tex., 250 miles
north of Tampile.
Torrential raids and winds of
gale force hit Brownsville and
weather forecasters said the en-
tire lower Rio Grande valley,
where a multi-million-dollar
cotton crop is being harvested.
would be hit by drenching rains
and winds up to 50 miles an

Panama Girl, 12

Reared BOgged

In Mud Fats

Berta Quevedo. a 12 year old
Panamanian girL ast seen play-
ing near the mud flats in'the
Gavilan Area of Balboa at noon
yesterday, was reported missing
this morning by her step-father
Manuel de Jesus Montes.
A thorough search of the mud
flats area and the shoreline
from the Canal Zone-Republic
of Panama Boundary line to
the wire fence of the 15th Naval
District by Balboa Police failed
tO locate the girl.
According to Montes, who
lives in House 10, Room 8. 26th
Street, Panama' City, Berta,
who is 4' 6" tall, weighs 95
pounds and has black wavy
hair was wearing her school
uniform, a dark brown' skirts
and light brown blouse whep
seen by friends Mterday.
About three k ago a
yonng boy who WPstuek walst-
deep In mud in i sai an&a
was rescued by lbi polIee-


The economic and Social Coun-
cil Committee on Prices and Re-
serves today directed the secre-
tariat to prepare a resolution
based on the various viewpoikits
expressed so far on price control
and the inflationary United
States dollar but othePwise made
little progress In a three-hour
The secretariat will attempt to
draft a resolution embodying all
tho ideas and arrive at a decisloli
satisfactory to all and at the
same time it was decided to turn
Aver to a working committee the
Issue of the maintenance of mon-
etary reserves.
At meeting's end, however, it
appeared apparent that any sol-
ution to the problem recently dis-
cussed in Washington is still far
The secretariat's report will
cover the effect of price regula-
tions on the economy of the A-
merican republics and the best
enforcement methods, plus the
maintenance of purchasing pow-
er of money.
The second point of the main-
tenance of purchasing power of
monetary reserves, which also
has been discussed widely, was
referred to a working committee
to be composed 6f the United
States, Cuba, Argentina, Colom-
bia, Chile, Mexico, Hopduras and
The working group meets to-
morrow and the full committeee
convenes again oot-S rday. ,
Y atfterdooulong iss-
XIto(s W"reommi
ramf and hSir I ort
headway. M
The late of th istancpro-
gram was still in doubt as most
of the delegates dodged an im-


Has Heat Aack
Charles P. Nolan. U.S. dele-
gate to the Inter-American Eco-
nomic and Social Council, had
a heart attack early this morn-
ing in his room in the Hotel El
He was taken Immediately to
the San Fernando Clinic. At
noon today, his condition was
reported "a little better."
Nolan, the officer in charge
of Transportation and Commu-
nications of the Office of Re-
gional American affairs of the
Department of State, had com-
plained of feeling ill last night.
When his condition worsened
early this morning Huntington
T. Morse, special assistant to
the chairman of the Federal
Maritime board, called in Dr.
Mario Rognonit, who had him
sent to Ban Fernando.

mediate decision on financial
contribution for continuance of
the program.
At the start of the session Uru-
guayan Juan P. Yriart made a
ree-point proposal to stop
bickering and get down to the
He urged:
1) Make it obligatory to con-
2) Approve a definite scale of
the amount of contributions by
establishing percentages of the
total required; and
3) Recommend to the Council
that it adopt a fixed date for the
payment of contributions.
Uruguay got support from Hai-
ti and Panama but Mexico's Ar-
mando Amador flatly opposed an
immediate vote.
Other nations. Chile and the
United States in partidlar, op-
posed Uruguay and finally the
matter. was referred, to working
committee to prepare a report of
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Bankrupt Iran

Left To Fate;

Talks Dissolve

ran 3 (UP)
tftln's un6cO uTo l nego-
tiators lpft he;e per1ialy for Lon-
don today, le9v61. behind them
virtually bankrupt Iran all ripe
for a Communist uprising.
Before boarding the plane,
chief British negotiator Richard
Stokes predicted that the loss of
the oil revenues would deal a
"catastrophic blow" to Iran's al-
ready impoverished economy.
He urged the Iranian govern-
ment to reconsider his proposal#
and told newsmen "we shall be
happy to resume discussions. The
oil industry is of such vital Im-
portance to Iran that I can't be-
lieve any Iraniaq government
would wish to destroy it."
He said the key issue which
caused the break yesterday re-
volved around the future of more
than 3,000 British personnel in
Iran's oil industry.
Meanwhile in London a British
Foreign office spokesman reveal-
ed that Britain started the eva-
cuation of all British employes
from the Iranian ollfields this
morning shortly after the nego-
tiators left.
The British government also
announced that it would retain
the great refinery at Abadan and
use force, if necessary, to pro-
tect British personnel.

Panamra Foreseen As Center

For Anti-Aftosa Campaign

Official sources predicted this
morning that Panama's offer of
the Republic's facilities as a base
for the proposed International
coordinating committee would be
accepted at the Fifth Plenary
session of the Regional Foot-
and-Mouth Disease conference
which is scheduled to open at 5
p.m. today.

Dr. Keith L. Kesteven, Chief of
the Veterinarian Services of the
Food and Agricultural organiza-
tion of the UN. called for the es-
tablishment of such a committee
at the Third Plenary session yes-
terday morning. He proposed
that an International expert be
appointed to work with the com-
mittee'on the exchange of infor-
mation, and the prevention and
control of the dreaded "aftosa."
His suggestion carried out the
Panamanian recommendations
for a positive plan of cooperative
action between the countries.
The reports and conclusions
from the th'ee committees ap-
pointed to study the Panamanian
recommendations will also be
presented at the meeting. The
drafting committee will then go
to work, drafting the final con-
clusion- and recommendations
into the act which will be pre-
sented for signing at the closing
session Friday. '
Members of the drafting com-
mittee which was appol noted
Tuesday are; Claudio A. Vollo,
Costa Riea; Dr. R. V. M. Meti-
vier. United dm; Dr. C. L.
Going. D Wii at; and Dr.

Carlos Rulz' Martinez. Interna-
tional Office of Epizootics.
Ricardo Arias Espinosa, Pana-
manian ex-minister of Agricul-
ture. Commerce and Industry,
will be the speaker at the closing
session which is scheduled for 6
p.m. Friday.
Dr. Ervin Eichhorn. Director of
the Pan Amreican Foot-and-
Mouth Disease center of the Pan,
American Sanitary bureau of the
OAC, opened the Fourth Plenary
session today with a report on
"Diagnostic Procedures," the fifth
point on the agenda.
A brief oral report of the fight
to prevent the foot-and-mouth
disease from entering Cuba was
given by Dr. Virgllio Mendez Pla-
sencia, Chief of Livestock Sani-
tation and Disease control of the
Ministry of Agriculture of Cuba.
Following this Dr. Elchhorn talk-
ed about his personal experiences
in combatting an outbreak of
"aftosa," He referred to the out-
break In Mexico and the cam-
palg undertaken to eradicate
the disease there.
Three4members of the Guate-
malan delegation arrived this
morning bringing the total num-
ber of delegates to 30 and the
number of observers to 12. Mem-
bers of the Guatemalan delega-
tion are: Herman Ramirez. Di-
retor General of Livestock of the
Ministry of Agriculture; Dr. Fe-
lix Keer. Chief of the Depart-
me&t of Animl Health; and Car-
los Aparico. Chief of the Cam-
palgn against Foot-and-Mouth
Disae In Guatemala.

UN Forces Set

For Red Thrust

On Whole Front

8TH ARMY HQ, Korea. Aug. 23
(UP)-The United Nations forces
braced themselves along the 135-
mile Korean front for the expect-
ed Communist offensive, after
the killing and wounding of 9,000
Reds in the week-long assault
near the center of the line.
An all-out Red attack, rein-
forced by some 1,000 Red planes is
expected to follow close in the
wake of the Communist termin-
ation of the deadlocked Korean
armistice talks.
The Communist radio In Pel-
ping, only a few hours before the
reak, -had warned the Allies to
look for 'more and'heavier blows'
if the cease-fire talks failed.
All available evidence indicat-
ed that the Reds had completed
their buildup of 6009,000 or more
reserves and front line troops be-
fore staging the fake raid on
Kaesong that they used as an ex-
cuse to break off the armistice
North Korean Premier Kim Il
Sung last week threatened heavy
blows against the Allies in the air
as well as "annihilation" on the
ground if the truce talks failed.
The threat Indicated the Chinese
Reds were prepared to throw their
1,000 first line planes into the
fray on a large scale for the first
However, Lt. Gen. James A. Van
Fleet, 8th Army, commander, said
last week that his forces are
ready t Wanf eventuality. His
South Korea_ fortes ogve -the
Reds a taste of what is in stor$
for them tI the "limited ofen-
sive" on the east central front
during the past week.
A special communique said the
South Korean First Corps and
elements of the Tenth Corps kill-
ed or wounded an estimated 9,000
North Korean troops in the most
severe action on the UN front
since early June.
Farther east the South Korean
troops were still fighting to wrest
the northermost and westermost
hills of the ridgeline west of Kae-
song from the Communists. A
drizzling rain was falling and
winds of 40 to 50 miles per hour
were predicted.

Americans Stanch

Crashed Driver's

Badly Bleeding Arm
Two Americans of Gatun were
Instrumental in saving the life
of an injured driver Tuesday
night when his car went out of
control and he suffered a badly
lacerated arm.
According to Curtis H. George,
an American employee of the
Electrical Division, he and Ross
Aldrick were driving in the
same direction as Rudolph
Sharpe, a 34 year old waiter for
the Hotel Washington.
Soon they saw. Sharpe's car
reverse its direction twice,
sideswipe an embankment and
skid on its side along Bolivar
Highway, near the Mindi Dairy.
Aldrick immediately applied
a tourniquet to the badly-bleed-
ing Sharpe while George went
to call for an ambulance.
Two passengers in Sharpe's
car, Ivan Duprey, 19, and Anna
Anglin, 22, both of Gatun, re-
ceived treatment for minor
lacerations and were sent home.
Police report that upon his
,release from Colon Hospital,
Sharpe will be charged with
reckless driving.

TOKYO, Aug. 23 (UP) The Communists may not
intend the break in the Kaesong ceasefire talks to be per-
While the United Nations army in Korea braced along
its 135-mile front for the all-out offensive which was ex.- -
pected to follow the Communist announcement last night
that the talks were off, evidence began to gather that th L
Communists did not mean they were off for ever;
The Communist pretext for breaking off the talks was
the alleged bombing on the Kaesong neutral area by an
allied lane last night.
United Nations Supreme Commander General Mot-
thew Ridgway later announced an investigation showed
there were no United Nations air force or navy planes in
the Kaesong area at the time of the'alleged bombing.

Ridgway States

No. FEAF Plane

Near 'Bombing'

TOKYO, Aug. 23 (UP)-United
Nations Supreme Commander
General Matthew Ridgway has
issued the following statement on
last nights' alleged bombing of
"The report of the alleged
bombing attack on the armistice
conference site at Kaesong has
been thoroughly investigated by
the United Nations command.
"The commanding general, Far
East Air Force, at the conclusion
of his investigation has report-
ed: 'No plane under lar Eastern
Air Forces control was over Kae-
song at the time of the alleged
"The commander, naval forces,
Far East. was also Instructed to
conduct such investigations as he
deemed necessary to ensure that
no naval aircraft could have par-
ticipated in the operation al-
legedly occurring last night at
"He reported officially to the
commander in chief, United Na-
tions command, as follows: 'Neg-
ative aircraft operating under
Navy control over Korea night
Aug. 22.'
"United Nations command lia-
ison officers Col. A. J. Kinney,
United States Air Force, and Col.
J. C. Murray. United States Ma-
rine Corps, conducted an on-the-
spot investigation which failed to
disclose any concrete evidence of
actual bombing by United Na-
tions aircraft.
"Their investigations revealed
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 5)

Labor Day Dance
Scheduled Sept. 1
By Legionnaires
A gala Labor Day Dance will
be held Saturday, Sept. by the
American Legion in their club-
room at Fort Amador. Door
prizes, refreshments, and a good
orchestra will be featured.
The public is invited, and
tickets for the affair are $100 for
a couple.

Bandits Loot Hotel Safe

In Miami; Girl Kidnapped
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Observers list these hopeful
1) Radio Peiping said the
ceasefire talks had been sus-
pended, but said nothing of a
2) A United Nations truce de-
legation spokesman said he was
in no position to say whether
the interruption in the talks
was clear and final;
3) Radio communications are
being kept open between the
Reds in Kaesong and the Peace
Camp from which the United
Nations ceasefire team has been
4) The Reds' announcement
calling off the talks has not
been handled on a level above
liaison officers:
5) Chief United Nations nego-
tiator United States Vice Ad-
miral C. Turner Joy and the
rest of his team are remaining
at the Peace Camp, and no or.
ders have come to break up this
camp; :
6) if Un$tpd XNa laia.
officer met his Communist op-
poaite number inside the *a-
song neutral zone nine hours
after the Reds announced the
talks were off. The United Na-
tions officer without Incident
handed the Red a lengthy re-
jection of all previous Red com-
plaints of infringements of the
Kaesong neutrality agreements.
Some United Nations sources
believe the Reds may have
broken off the talks temporarily
to test United States reaction to
the likelihood of the resumption
of allout war in Korea.
The Communists obviously
hoped pressure from home and
from other members of the
United Nations would force the
American negotiators to yield to
the Red claim for a truce line
along the 38th parallel.
The United Nations command
said the suspension of the talks
required a high level decision
which could have scarcely been
secured in the brief interval be-
tween the alleged raid and the
Red announcement that the
talks were off.
The United Nations command
said: "This confirms the frau-
dulent nature of the incident.
"The total lack of damage and
the wide distribution of planted
evidence suggests strongly that
metal scrap may have been
dropped by a Communist air-
craft, with very small explosives.
such as grenades, to mark the

MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 23
(UP)-A pretty and "very sweet"
young woman was believed kid-
napped by bandits who robbed

a an exclusive new oceanirunt
t Dhotel here today.
East Indian Dancers Sheriff's officers said slim,
i1 Brunette Mrs. Lewana Newman,
To Give Farewell 23, has been missing since the
new luxurious Gould Hotel was
Performance Tonight looted of $925 sometime during
the pre-dawn hours. Mrs. New-
Tonight the troupe of East man was a clerk at the hotel.
Indian dancers will give their A smear of blood and a few
farewell performance at 8:15 at pieces of the girl's costume found
the National Theatre. This will outside the hotel indicated Mrs.
be the last chance for Isthmians Newman was "a victim of foul
to see the exciting group of in- play," Chief Criminal Deputy
terpreters of Indian folklore, Sheriff 0. D. Henderson said.
who leave tomorrow for Cara- Hotel M a n a g e r Joe Gould
cas. Venezuela. agreed with sheriff's men that
Tickets, at reduced prices of the robbers apparently kidnap-
$1.50 and $1.00 will be avail- ped the young woman, fearing
able at the box office. she could identify them. Hender-
son said the blood smear made
Ecuador Ready To Give him believe the attractive girl's
life was in danger.
TrOODS TO UN Security A three-state alarm with the
NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UP)- young woman's description was
The Ecuadorean government broadcast. Mrs. Newman, who
told the United Nations today has a five-year-old son, is five
it was ready to earmark troops feet 'six inches tall, weighs 118
for a United Nations interna- trutds, and has "pretty blue
tional security force if techni- -4Y*'
clans and arms wear provided. "We've got to find that girl -

and right away," the chief de-
puty said. "She may be in bad
When Gould arrived at the
hotel this morning, Mrs. Newman
was missing along With $925 in
cash. But the kldnaper-robbers
missed $5,000 in jewels and $2,100
cash contained in an office
strongbox. The girl had the key
to the box, Gould said, but ap-
parently refused to let the ban-
dits know about it.
"She's a fine, brave girl,"
Gould said. "In the year that
she's worked with us, she's al- *
ways been very sweet and loyal,
always willing to do m6re than
her share."
Chief Deputy Henderson said
his men realized the girl must
have met with foul play when
they found a three-inch blood
smear, a piece of her costume
jewelry, one black sandal and
the girl's silver belt buckle.
The officers suspected kidnap-
ing when they found Mrs. New-
man's car parked by the hotel
then checked her home and
found all her clothes were
place. Gould dismiss ed any
thought that the young woman
could have been an eomprot
of the robbers.

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Lowell Thomas
Passing Through
Famous -news commentator
Lowell Thomas will be in Pan-
ama Saturday night, and leave
early the next morning for the
States. Thomas will arrive from
Buenos Aires via Pan Amert-
can Airways, and is en route
to New York.
S.S. "Santa Luisa"
Arrives Today
The Grace Line's ship Santa
Luisa which arrives today on
its way to South America, has
the following passengers a-
board: Mr. Luis E. Brain, Ad-
ministrator of one of Chile's
leading newspapers, Mr. George
P. Rentzel, attached to the
United States Embassy in San-
tiago, and Charles Concannon,
Senior Adviser with the Chemi-
can Division of the National
Production Authority.
S. S. Panama Advance
Passenger List
The S. S. Panama will leave
ehe Isthmus Friday for New
York with a load of 146 passen-
gers, according to the advance
passenger list from the Pan-
ama Line offices at Balboa
Among the passengers on this
sailing will be Ira L. Wright,
Assistant Director of the Fin-
ance Bureau.
The complete advance pas-
senger list follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Allen
and daughter; Mr. and Mrs.
Harold W. Babcock and grand-
son; Lt. and Mrs. Alder P.
Betti; Capt. Worthington S.
Bitler; Larry Blumenfeld; Har-
old F. Bradford; Mrs. Robert
Brenner; Pfc. Alfred W. Brous-
seau; Mr. and Mrs. Edward M.
Browder and son; Mrs. Ger-
trude T. Browne; Mrs. Faith
Brundage and daughter; and
Cpl. Raymond W. Burcaw.
Capt. and Mrs. Lawrence 0.
Carpenter and two children;
Mrs. Elizabeth A. Carrington;
Miss Ann Beatrice Cenchek; Lt.
Col. Lester J., Chase; Donald J.
Connor; Thomas D. Cooper; Miss
Leah B. Corbliss; Mrs. Mary C.
Coxe; and Mrs. Iris Crawford.
Miss Ethel Darling; Miss Adele
Denning; Mr. and Mrs. Julius F.
Dietz and three children; Mrs.
Abigail de Dlez; Miss Elinor A.
Donohue; Miss C. Udene Drury;
Dr.. and Mrs. Alfredo A. Figue-
roa; Mr. and Mrs. John L. Fis-
cher; J. Edwin Fleener and son,
Miss Rachel X. Frankel; Mr. and
Mrs. Archie W. French; and Mrs.
Ceridwyn E. Fritz.
Mrs. Irene H. Gerrity and
daughter; ..Mrs. HeItnh gifft and
son; Dr. ahd Mr. GeOrge P.
Glenn; Miss Evelyn Goldberg;
Richard L. Holt; Fernle 0. Holt;
Mrs. France. Horter; Miss Joan
Horter; Frederick J. Hosier; Mr.
and Mrs. Ulrich W. Hughes; and

Light Amphibian

Plane Crashes

Off Miami Beach
MIAMI BEACH, Fla.. Aug. 23
(UP) A light single-engined
amphibian plane piloted by the
president of the Hollywood. Fla.,
Broadcasting Co. and local radio
station WINZ pancaked into the
ocean and sank before thousands
of summer vacationist sun bath-
ing behind swank hotels on Col-
lins Avenue here today.
The body of Jonas Welland, 39,
was pulled from the plane rest-
ing on the bottom of the ocean
In 25 feet of water, some 1,000 feet
off shore.
Weiland, a former officer of
the Civil Air Patrol, had many
flying.hours to his credit.
Witnesses said the plane sank
before swimmers and motorboats
could, get to it.
Frank Matzsuyk of Chicago, a
guest at the Coronado hotel where
some 220 to 300 persons saw the
plane from around the swimming
pool Or the beach, said the air-
craft came in low over the hotel.
"It was flying kind of low, 300
to 400 feet," he said.
"About 1,000 feet out to sea its
nose went up.. .into a stall. The
pilot tried to straighten out by
pulling the nose of the plane
But he couldn't, because of his
low altitude, and it pancaked in-
to the sea."
Matzsuyk said it settled on the
ocean long enough for him to
snap a picture with his camera
before it sank.

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Most bridge players have seen
double dummy problems at some
time. or another. Those are the
layouts in which you see every-
body's cards and have to make
weird plays to win the right num-
ber of tricks. Usually you wind up
winning the final trick with a
deuce in the enemy's best suit.
Such situations are, of course,
very rare in actual play-but they
do sometimes occur. Today's
hand, played in a recent tourna-
ment, was One of these rare birds.
West opened the ace of clubs,
a natural but unfortunate choice.
South ruffed and returned a low
diamond. West won and properly
returned another club to make
South ruff again.
Declarer next laid down the ace
of diamonds and crossed his fin-
gers as he ruffed a diamond in
dummy. Fortunately for him, the
suit broke 3-3, and his remaining
diamonds were now established.
South continued by finessing
the jack of spades and laid down
the ace and king of trumps. Then
he led the ten of diamonds.
East properly decided not to
ruff. His best chance was to dis-
card a heart. Thereupon South
led his last diamond.
At this point West and the
dummy were each down to two
clubs and two hearts. West saw
that a club discard by him would
be copied by dummy, after which
dummy would eventually win a
trick with the king of hearts.
Hence West discarded a heart
and dummy also discarded a
heart, blanking the king.
East had to ruff the last dia-
mond and dared not lead clubs.
He led his remaining heart and
West took dummy's blank king
with the blank ace, This left
South with the last trump and
the last heart. The lowly three of
hearts took the last trick.

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Mr. and Mrs. Shirley E. John-
Di. Morton Q. Kah; taul W.
Kramer, Jr.; Richard Kriebel;
Theodore Krisko; Mfis Helen
Lipphie; Mr. and Mrs. Charles N.
Little, Jr. and daughter; Mrs. Ju-
lia P. de Lombardi; MissMirriam
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Mr. and Mrs. David Markowitz;
Miss Marie Martinez; and Miss
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Mrs. Paul R. Mohler and son; Il.AMBIu H T'W
Francis A. Molther; Capt. Clar- FNUC ICJiy
ence Moore; Mrs. Helen E. Moore; ,I
Ronald A. Murray; Thomas R.
O'Donnell; and Mrs. Agnes'Ough-
Mr.. and Mrs. Gustaf A. Pe-
terson; Mrs. Wilma Poole and
three children; Miss Mary C. Po- f
well; Mr. and Mrs. Juan Puccl;
Miss Grace Pugliese; Master Nel-
son Randolph; Michael Red-
mond; Miss Royna C. Reece;
Thomas G. Relihan; Mrs. Min-
nie Roeren; and Jacob.B. Rubin.
. Mrs. Edna Schisler; Miss Ja-
coba Schochot; Mt. and Mrs. -
John H. Selden; Dr. Joseph H.
Selib; Mrs. Ruth E. Shirk and ALLEY 00P
two children; Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Siegel; Orlando F. Smnith; '
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Miss Josephine M.-Sprague; Miss TOOMUJCHTROUBLE.NLV YOULIKE1(
Blanche Stevenson; Richard L. HAWDA CONE K P TH'EARSC
Sullivan. Jr.; Miss Elsie M. Swin- INT TH'RUH E THATGUY
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Dale W. Taylor; Miss Shirley E. '
Thomas; Mrs. Anna Tompklns;
John H. Townshend; Mrs. Mar-
ion E. Troup; Mr. and Mrs. i
Ralph K. Weinfeld; Mr. and Mrs.
Harry F. Willenbrock and daugh-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.
Wirtz; Mr. and Mrs. Ira L.
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cki pre being mode in this'cou
^nw obaslut..
Win of the Americkn Commu,
a prim" teateo*eeo w conspiril
he overthrow of this. govrnmen

Ulougbby ur rie MPar anoear toha been op-
oftao to study e er nthwr a pe-
for assistance Ina their campaign o1 ano hr.
against subversion. Among these he name Earl
a e- rowder, Bam Darey, ,ugne
He said the Sorge ring which Dennjs, Harry Beger and -
operated In China and Jaanl hart Sisler.
prior to World War II "was only Tokyo. he said was only an
a chip in the generft- mosaic of outpost to Shanhhal in the So-
Soviet stratey..." buttepra rtes viet's Far Eastern espionage sysy
a recognizab l pattern that Is tesn of pre-World War II days.
working in the United States to- Discussing the 8 elr g case
day. 'which ended with the spy's exe-
cetion: by the Japanese, Wi-
He said he hadb resented his loughby aid: "The .element
evidence of this to' appropriate which nt argued MacArthur's in-
Federal agencies and congress- te'llgence was the immediate re-
tonal committees., cognition that Richard Sorge'l
"They are in a position to-fol- story did not begin or end with
low up these leadS," Willoughby Tokyo."
He said Dennis went to Shang-
Shanghai was "focl oint of hat, u ng a-fraudulent passport,
international intrigue and. es- In 1933 when the noto#riOus ire
plonage" In the 1930s, Wlplough- was ordered to Japai to head the
by testified, adding that certain soviet py appatuthere, ac-
Americans" who now fart mem- a police fes.
bears of the Commublst Paity il* The les sh *ed he remained
this country were active In this thaghal about two iyear I
intrigue. The genOral quoted Sorge, in
I4 % his confession, as having said he
Willoughby said he is prepared was sueseeded as head of the
to give the committee the names Shanghai group by a man identi-
of more than 180-persons who fled only as Paul. .
have been key figures in Russia's iHe said the 8hanghai police
espionage network. files Identified Paul as Paul Eu-
He did not specify ho* many of gene Walsch, and- pictured this
the 180 were American citizens as an alias of the American Com-
but did say that: munist Dennis.
"Most of the old wheeores Willoughby said Dennis obtain-
of the American Communist ed a frauduIent passport undei
this name in this country and
Sued t to go to China.
D" Sore also confessed, Wil-
RadioPrrogra ms ughby said, that a young
Amerlean newspaper reporter
Your Conmmunity Station named 3 bian an nnldenti-
fled young ein"0ye of the
American eonsulate in Shang-
'Q L l hal, participated Ia the Shang-
, *hHOG-840 ba py r .
H ) 0 Committe coael Frank S.
f -,-" a, committee
t _,00 4.Vr w a'e e Department
.- .O--eS W a.'1 1V the persona who
frresenj worked for the consulate at that
Today, Thursday, Aft. 23"time.
Today, Thand, Aug. 2S Willoughby frequently referred
to the late Agnes Smedley, an
SM. American writer; Guenther Stein,
3:30-Let's Dance British journalist and Max Klau-
.0'0-Music Without Words sen, a German who was Sorge's
4:lS-4iegrobAplrituals radio Operator.
4:30-What's Yotu Favorite They already had been linked
4:40-Panamusica Story Time to Communist operations in the
:B-4v-ing Salon' Far East. .
.:(rke Believe B-allroom
c-4--orld News (VOA) /
I- o country, U. a eA. 0
IC09aet, Eleanor Roosevelt
-9'5--COomentator's Dig I t, ia
7 (VOA)
;9:4-4pdrts Tune of Day and
News (VOA)
10:30-Take It From Here (BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Sign Off FAB-LUNE
Tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 24
A.M. The secret offtis sen
6:00-Sign On and Alarm Clock The ecret of
7:30.-Request salon is the magical fused f
8:15-News (VOA)
8:30-Morning Varieties never felt anything so so
:0-N c aers Amadg all-way stretch
9:15--Sand By For Adyenture movement. Not a singh
9:30-As I See It "
; 10:00-New. and Off the Record show u der your sleel
11:00-News and Off the Record
11:30-Meet the Band and dries in seconds!
12:05-Luicheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:00-News -
1:15-Petsonality Parade L e 1AD
1:45-American FaVorites
2:- ifgs of France (RDFPANAMA
2: 15-It', Time to Dance A
2:30-AfternoIo Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3: 15-T'he Little Show
3:30-Collector's comer
4:00-Muslc Without Words
4:15-,Daiyid Rose Show ALLL
6:00--ean Back and Listen
6:15-Reuest Salon
7:00-Refth'S Lectures (BBC)
7:30--ot o Review ..
7:45 -Wre Comes Louis Jordan

8:15-MW aO otebok (VOA)
8:45- Ons Parade (VOA)
9:00-T-e a r Cltab (VOA)
U:30-Oounmentator's Digest
9:45-S prt sad N s (VOA) .
10:-Tlime forMtule (BBC)
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opuContest Art and craft Work one by Tour Of Duty Bntwas the namneofJ
Pacific side children In the Captain W. S. Bitler, U8N, is She wrote newspapers.
The St. Therese Catholic Summer Recreation Program is le-ving the 15th Naval District help in finding the dog w1M
Youth Organization of La Boca. now on display in the exhibit where he has been Industrial described as "mostly territ
Canal Zone, ha completed case on the tit -.8W of the Manager for tne past three
* 1tans for a Ippularity contest. Clyll Affairs B Id j Ancon. years.
-with some of their senior girls Other displays of summer re- This was Captain Bitler's see-
as contestants, creation program handicrafts, ond tour Qf duty in the Canal I
done by children from 5 to 16 Zone.
The contestants are: Misses years of a e, are being shown Captain Bltler will leave to-
Leonie Atherton. Celes ti n e at the Balboa, La Boca and morrow for his new duty in the
Bryce. Virginia Caddie. Marjorie Cristobal Commissaries. United States.
Dalby. Nancy haw. and Cyn- Mrs. Bitler preceded him by
thia Wilson. Strictly Hush air several weeks ago.
The winner of the contest will MADISON. Wis5 (UP) "If my COLUMBIA CITY. Ind. iUP) -
reign over all activities of the boss sees that, I'm sunk," the Years ago. Dr Benjamin P. Lin-
La Boca branch during the cabbie said as he handed a pas- vill signed a birth certificate tip-
coming anbIal youth week. singer who had asked for a light on the arrival of baby John Lan-
The public will meet these a book of matches and told her gohr. Recently. Linvill died. Lan-
young ladles at an Inaugural to keep them. The matchbook gohr. nowa physician, signed the
Darty to be held In the St. carried an advertisement for a rl- death certificate of the doctor
Therese parish hall tomorrow. val company. who attended his birth.


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Atlantic Invittional Tourne

By United Press
-71 Entries
NEW YORK, Aug. 23- The Dodgers won a pair 9f 71 EntdA$o
tnse tqn-inning struggles from the Cordinels.4-3 end A "re o
17 at Ebbets Field to go eight games ahead of th Giants A slre r y li
i the National League.
The New York Giants, running teen-inning victory over the Tremendous Interest has l-
eir winning streak to eleven Wshington Senators at unic- ready been evinced in the Atlan-
*mes, topped the Cincinnati pal Stadiu4 on see. tic Side Invitational Golf Tour-

..Esso Tourney Mtthh nThis Sawhich gets underwyat
ds, 4-3, at the Polo Grounds ond baseman Roberto Avila's nament which gets under way at
while the Phillies blanked the game winning homer as the the Braos Brook Club during the
Chicago Cubs, 4-0, in Philadel- American League reached its Labor Day week end, Sept. 1
hia last night. The Braves edged most furious pace. ar 2.
S Pittsburgh Pirates, 5-4, in ten Meanrtime, the second place Thitournament Is spo nored
innings in a Boston arc-light New York Yankees lost to the by Howard Finnegan, Colop

incredible mastery over the, St. with two men on base in the 12th personnel and residents, of the 1olk0w en 00 Ce *

ATh eDodgerismainttrinned thir rohlieah it toigntil- a. i.... oe to all Are Rr
Louis Cardinals as reliever Clyde inning. The Indians are ready to Atlanticide. No entry fee in-

Louis Cria ase loe %lJLI A-i
King was credited with both tri- start a crucial three-game series evolved and all who Can swing a
gmphs to give him a 14-5 mark with the Yankees at Cleveland golf stick are welcnme-it is not
for the season today ith a two-game lead. even necessary to be a members r.
The Dodgers now have 14 In their futile bid for victory of a golf club. f'la
consecutive wins over the Car- In Detroit, the Yankees used up The Win prizes constitution
dina s and 1 out of 18 for the two of their best pito4ers--Tom three hundred dollars worth ao te
season, assuring them of their Morgan and Alli ReynIolds--in handsome silverware are on dis- doeTlepot) nee rs. wh1 1 I I-
best year in history against the relief. Reynolds and Morgan play at Casullo's on Front Street SEENING HAPY'. CCESSOR The so r committee of he' 18 m aJor it9 l? er bM. dslet
Redids. h both had been out of action in Colon. baiBolub owner" sitAP doPY' .i New Yor- to Mhe t sr an& of 35 candit"Nio 0 at sh r. a. me
il Hdges singled in the wi- with sore arms and it was of Since the entry sheet was post- Dalrclubo rsit.wDeInN InYCrTre o fdi 0a
nin run in the afternoon opener little consolation that they ed one week ago, 71 golfers haveo' a basebl ommlrp-r. Left to right: Phil Wrigle.: un:ou -he bla4 e-
while in the night contest Jackie were in shape to work again, signified their intention of tack- rinl, Boston Braves; DelWebb, New York Y es andl Ryan, l D whil wa tie lr e e o
Robinon hit down the left field Morgan, who had pitched ev- ling the Brazos Brooklayout. The oDiE kv oprias MDc T hen Ineur dcal
line-his fifth safety of the game en innings of hitless relief ball, 18-hole qualifying round must beby oTiean I s Owet tefo rto- n
-to break itup.Robinson alsoblewup In the eighth whenDickplayed on Sept. 1 or 2 and the nint e lbltion were not dis- B e, 4th
hit twice in the afternoon strug- Kryhoski doubled and George competitors are requested to in- f e mA r aW n e lod.o 24 points to read bloth
gle. Kell was safe on an error by a form Joe Barbaro, Brazos Brook The Carlo Wto -Joe An 4 ra- dropped in two bkts
asafdeimditl E ssoarlaurosey1M-ohThasaSeoaedy
The Dodgers came from behind Rizzuto. Reynolds was the victim professional, immediately before Lngt.
to score three runs in the ninth of the final uprising in the 12thteein off. esson a T contest is coming in foa con- ne tper
and send the second game into Inning ahd suffered his, seventh four-bal1 matches and the qusls- tnMa c oid at~t iderabie amoL of comment&I lu
extra innings A run int ghth defeat. ,for-bllmatch ea o.tTe aeseeat iswhe the men, and bther led, 7-10, at
that game. StanpMiisialddrove in hand, trailed'5-2 Onuntilthetdsev- wWinnerse p dwill be decided Indt ol os as be used to be Co-S u took
all the Cards' first game runs enth when Dale Mitchell blasted match play with the first round of the Eo annual Golf H. Mitten vs. Dicky Arias. Brown. o e t n
with a homer and a double, his tenth homer with two on to to be completed by Sept. 9; the Tournament were released last George R ley vs. Dave Starret. Thatcher Clisbee vs. A. Carrizo.,l101`4 s bug .pa
SPJa i ylvester Bubb vs. w. The Pe wton will be go- while ho dl= the d
For the third straight game t ie the score. Earlier the Indians second b Sept. 16 anp d the final night by Pro Anibal Macarr6n -ay vs. Johnny Sain. r b vs. inPaw ns
the suddenly irrepressible Gi- Luke Easter had clouted a round- by Sept. 23. fla hlo ond
If contestantO cannot get to- and one of the most Important i ntSbCOND F IGHIT Antonio ymirar'da ys. Jsred O*r- gof a oh e to dt*V to the li rh. r b l
ants roared from behind to tripper.Latavaht h on hletegT.ob Iehwoddsnf avorupolo
the winning run with a double League game, the Boston Red 9:00 am. each Sunday must be Mitte and Arias who are leading Beall. PaulBaumgardner vs.Bob Me- Watso slA, ight o
itheenighthuntertheantsuSeconsidered as the final starting the parade this coming Saturday. Ren tetriopeaut vs. Gabriel a Lo be rondd (504e t
intheeighthaftertheGibntsuSaxbeattheBrownso3-1obend3rout- by a six-roUnd 12e-pun grd a qre d w ith t e
ied the score of Ewell Black- nning a t. Louis night time which means that the con- Another hot match is the onn Galindo. a w t
well withetsoroftiwhe seB night iame and the PhLiadel- testant who does not appear must to be played between Rend Estri- Hector Valdds, Jr. vs. J. Smith. FOURTHPLIGHT special between Vicente Worrell. Matcnmg buskqt for bskot.
fnorfeit ho match. peaut and Gabriel alindo with RaiArg'o vs. L Halley. and BlackBll and a four-r d- g e th t
enth. phis Athletics swept a twi- _an added side bet on the result. .IMBD FLIGHT G. Boxwell vs. Paul Moran. or between Rodolfo Ampudla and slightly in frolt, but not i
The Braves got their winning night twinbill from the White Both players shot 79 last *wek in Frank Raymond vs. Rafael de Paulr Fulks vs. George Novey, Al t enwart. reach.
run in the tenthuagainst the Pi- Box, 5-2, and r-1, at Chicago. the t first round matches which Mena. Jr. dI. been announced by La t.
rates when Sibby Sisti dashed The Red Sox got their pair of they won easily. Frank Morrice, Jr. vs. R. Gold- J.F.dlth plowirg iatveady wlo it.
home from third on Bill Werle's winning run$ in the 13th inning hn.Aeyt ftimeOther pairings are as follows: erm n
the major league lead in homers 15th and 16th walks of the game Agustin de Mena vs. A. Curtis. score stood a-0, In the 2d'
by hitting his 35th, also the 250th with the bases loaded. Loe Kiely W h) u rphy y Kenna-vs. R. Jones. favor
of his career. was credited with the win. W hips Murph E. Halligan vs. W. Eason. Although baskets W
Robin Roerts pitched a five- Gus Zernial smashed two homr- U*yCarlos Arosemena vs. R. Bill- e rs u, The ata
--hitter for the Phils for his 17th era to lead the Athletics to their tas.the m.
.-victory as his mates backed him sweep against the White ox andJP Ford vs. A. Brnett.o
-up with a ten-hit attack. take over the American League ""wtthoneit o uld .
AMERICAN LEAGUE with 27. Bob Hooper won the first loain lmeetJO EpWILLIA M SJP o vA rthn
The Cleveland Indians came game and a Zoldak the sec-e fthr e
-.from behind to score a 6-5 four- ond. hy
NEW YORK. Aug. 23 (UP) Ay" century now wq mayegot a new baisII emmisioner. fyal Thua .lC
-J E"%' Light Heavyweight Chapion Oh, yes, wewasp, W .*oAT be surprised how= the club-.wn- T.
defended his title. ey peptyd df-'t.hw.a
out a unanimous decision over until last December.,row
* -? .&" challenger Irish Bob- Murphy, OGnerally speaking, the new commissioned, whoever he turns cllaflpi of 1151,Vbuetu tsn,.I
fore approximately 10,000 at Ma- Van Winkle, since the popular prediction is he will be a slqeper, .'laed the ollowig nug t
Sdlon Square G]arden. should keep hands off the game itself. It's stood the test of time Tne score:
Murphy, a 12-to-5 favorite at for a great number of years and needs no fixing or changing. 33rdlnf. 17 12 21 1--46
m 1__ n ... ,, A -. -----I fh ,t fight time, forced the fighting Whnat it does need is uniformity in procedure and the new 3' ,,. ,504th 10 17 17 11-- 0

: niautonia L 5Ul l li mmid Ivaill 94 I f99 most of me way and scored some commissioner should see that the game gets it. Neither Landia nor
solid wallops but was on the re- his successor seemed to view this lack of uniformity with any
TEAMS- Won Lost Pct. G.B. TEAMS- Wen Lost Pct. G.B. celving end most of the time as concern.
Brooklyn 7. 6 41 .650 Cleveland. 77 43 .642 Maxim completely outboxed him. Apparently, the two leagues are permitted to adopt their own
S New York.. 70 51 .579 8 New York.. 75 45 .625 2 Maxim started off cautiously regulations as to how to conduct tneir races and present the4r
a Philadelphia 5O 60 .496 18 Boston 71 47 .6*2 5 while Murphy tried for an early games. An agreement seems to be in existence th.t as long as
SSt. Louis 56 58 .491 15 Chicago. 65 55 .542 12 knockout. However, the champ they do not make It five outs instead of three or use 18 men
Boston 59 .487 19 Detroit 57 62 .479 19 expertly tied up Murphy and instead of nine, or things like that, there will be no objections
C* incinnati 53 65 .449 23 Washington 47 71 .398 29 forced him to fight at long range, from the commissioner's office.
Chicago.. 51 65 .440 24% Philadelphia 48 74 .393 30 although Murphy kept trying to But some of the things the leagues do, the handling in the
Pittsburgh '49 71 .408 2 /6 St. Louis 37 80 .316 39 bore in and fight at close quar- one being quite different trom that in tie other, are almost as
S" --- ters. absurd, and absurd is the proper word because these differences in
operation stem from petty jealousies which would be laughable
Today's Games Today's Games There was plenty of action it they were not so dangerous.
throughout the fight but there WHY THE DIFFERENT APPROACH?
St. Louis at Brooklyn. Boston at St. Louis. were no knockdowns despite the Take the matter of games called on account of curfew laws,
(Only Game Scheduled.) New York at Cleveland fact that both fighters landed rain and the necessity to make trains. The American League Is
Washington at Detroit. solid punches on several occa- just getting around to thinking ,about taking corrective steps
Yesterday's Results Philadelphia at Chicago sions. following two disgraceful exhibitions of stalling, one here in
NIGHT GAME (10 Innings) At the end of the fight. Mur- which tne Yankees got away with murder, and another more re-
Pitts 010 000 021 0--r-4 10 1 yesterday' Results phy's right eye was completely cently in Philadelphia in which they were the victims.
Boston 010 001 020 1-5 7 0 e s closed while Maxim had a bloody For some time now the National has had a playoff policy by
Queen, Wilks, Werle (6-4) and NIGHT GAME (13 Innings) nose. which such suspended games (I'm not positive as I write whether
McCullough, Fitzgerald; Sur- Bost. 000 010 000 000 2-3 11 0 Murphy was down in the 12th this applies to routine rainouts) are resumed and decided the
kont, Chipman 13-1 and St. St. L.C00 010 000 000 0-1 10 1 -but It was because he slipped next time around, a simple, realistic approach which removes the
S Claire Kiely (4-2) and Rosar; Byrne and was not the result of any incentive for trying to beat the clock andadds to the complete-
Claire. (4-7), Mahoney and Baci. blow. ness of the won and lost columns.
-- Ruby Goldstein was the third Now this is a basic matter and the fact that one league had
NIGHT GAME FIRST GAME (Twilight) man in the 'ring. moved some time ago to eliminate or minimize the inherent
Chicago .............. 0 Philadelp'a 201 011 000-5 8 0 Maxim today said he is ready dangers and the other is just getting around to it, shows what
Philadelphia ... 4 Chicago 000 010 001-2 8 1 to defend his title again soon happens when the owners are not subject to higher authority at
i al h ..Hooper (8-91 and Astroth; "against whoever can assure us all times. A situation of this sort could never exist if the com-
1ST GAME (Twilight. 10 Innings) Pierce (12-11), Judson, Dorish the most money." A crowd of missioner had acted to compel unlfprmity which, in this instance,
St. Louis 000 201 000 0-3 7 3 and Sheely. 9,525 fans paid to see him win in calls for no more than the application of common sense.
Brooklyn 200 000 010 1-4 9 0 an upset. There are other dissimilarities which do not appear to be'sup-
Poholsky '4-111 and Rice: Roe, Manager Jack Kearns said, "We ported by reason. In the case of a tie for the pennant (there
King (13-51 and Campanella. SECOND GAME (Night) favor no one," but it was appar- have been two such in the past five years) the National calls for
Philadelp'a 300 010 400-8 9 0 ent from pre-fight negotiations best two out of three, the American settles for sudden death in
2ND GAME (Night, Ten Innings) Chicago 000 010 000-1 6 1 that he sla in favor of Don Cock- one game. Obviously, one procedure must be better than the other
St. Louis ...... .. 7 Zoldak 4-8) and Murray; Dob- ell of England. and since both the problems and the rewards are identical, why
Brooklyn .. .. 8 son (7-6i, Judson, Holcombe, Maxim looked like a genuine the different policies?
Dorish and Masi, Sheely. champion as he gave Murphy one I prefer the American way because an extended playoff pro-
Cincinnati 000 210 C00-3 9 1 -- of the worst beatings of his ca- longs a season that many believe Is already too long, anyway.
New York 010 000 21x-4 6 2 (Fourteen Innings) reer. Maxim's left jabs, right up- Ford Frick's contention that there is too much at stake to risk on
Blackwell 113-11 and Howell; Wash. 101 003 000 00000-5 12 1 percuts and straight rights were one game is unconvincing. It is quite possible to decide a pennant
Jansen 416-10,, Koslo, Jones, tlev. 000 200 300 000 01-6 11 3 too much for the challenger. by one game even without a playoff. But the point here is there
Corwin and Westrum. Moreno. Harris, Consuegra The Champion also staggered should be uniformity and the leagues should adopt one policy or
(7-71 and Guerra; Chakales, Murphy in the fourth, eighth, the other.
Brissie. Gromek (6-31 and Heg- tenth and eleventh rounds-body AFTER ALL, IT'S THE SAME GAME
Playground Sports an. Tebbetts. bumping him to the canvas in In most of these matters the National League has bedn more
S n S ---b the 12th-and later shoving him progressive than the American and more considerate of the cash
(Twelve Innings) halfway across the ring into the customers. The American didn't get around to turning on the
On August 21, the Gamboa New York 400 001 010 000-6 13 2 ropes. lights to finish a day game until this season when they reluctant-
Gymnasium was host to repre- Detroit 120000 030 001-7 10 3 The gross gate was $48,148. ly followed the Frick loop. They were storing up double-headers
sentatives from Balboa, Margari- Kramer, M o r g an, Reynolds .--- .- which sell better than singles. Whether this was their purpose
S-ta, and Ancon who participated (12-7, and Berra; Stuart, White, C Z F T we leave to the reader.
Sin the Summer Recreation Bowl- Cain. Trucks (7-7) and Ginsberg.y e re 1For years Maj. Bill Corum has been hammering away at the
I.g Tournament for Boys. two leagues to provide a reasonable interval between the end of
Twelve contestants vied for in- L. Henderson, Gamboa .. .. 272C a pi o rowne the season and the start of the World Series to playoff postpone-
ividual honors which were a- R. Smith, Balboa. .. .. ....271t V ments affecting the leading clubs. It has always been possible for
awarded to the participant in s-- -Serday A UaIUD a team to lose the pennant because of a rainout, or lose a chance
S zash age level with the highest to win it. The two leagues have finally got around to erectin.
S infall in a total of three games. ANCON The 1951 Basketball Free Throw safeguards. Are they precisely the same? Of course not.
Mrs. C. J. Connor of Gamboa di- Tournament held at Gatun Wed- The National League has provided one day for such an
reacted the contest. The results of The Canal Zone Shufflebdard nesday with all Vacation Play- emergency, the American feels that a minimum of two Jas nece-
the tournament are as follows: and Hopscotch tournaments were ground League representatives sary. Obviously, one has made a saner approach to the problem
18 Years and Under held at the Ancon Playground on from each town participation, than the other, but why they both couldn't decide on the same
Pins Monday morning, Aug. 20. Awards were furnished by the means only they can tell you.
Fernando Martinez. Gamboa 475 The winners were as follows: Physical Education and Recrea- This childish stubbornness, or whatever it ls,'is reflected In
fr Robert Lomedico, Ancon.. .. 333 Shuffleboard-Girls: Anne Ma- tion Branch. other more minor differences. In the American if a player is
16 Years and Under gee and Frances Dillon (Gain- "A" League-Donald Ponder, thumbed out by an umpire in the opening game of a double-
L. Reinhart, Margarita .. .. 440 boa; Boys: Richard Angstadt Margarita, 12 out of 25. header he is through for the day. In the Natonal he's eligible
A. Deganaar. Balboa .. ...336 and Michel Nahmad tAncon'. *B" League-George Lederer, for the second game. Even the umpires are not permitted to
R. Lomedico. Ancon 317 Ancon. 18 out of 25 wear their chest protectors the same way. The American umps
14 Years and Under Hopscotch-Girls 10 and over: "C" League-Alfred Lambano. expose them like Dagmar. the National dictates modest con-
J. Reece. Balboa .. 433 Sandra Homer iGamboas ; Girls Ancon. 17 out of 25 cealment.
R. Hodges. Margarita 313 under 10 Susan Magee; Boys 10 **D55 League-John McOee. First thing the new commissioner should when he takes offied
B. Connor. Gamboa 257 and over Rov Rigbv (Anconi, Gamboa. 20 out of 25 is to call the boys in and say: '
12 Years and Under Boys under 10- William Camp "E" League-Raymond Croft. -Let's do all these things the same way. After all, we .are
0. Metzel. Margarita .. .... 356 (Anconi. Oatun. 19 out of 25. playing the same game." ,

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IuB g!r uai Nielj. L. Ualb. n tntl atOrmilaiij. r S^gyt^ ,Sta hne I0e a signfieant condribu-
Agopi MMr0. Pelcod sas b4feos antwo *e.tO in tile fild of education in
T Mrg. Coimmbr e tfluM i Atobe t he Canal tone. Many taught in
MISS 3"t3 L- O MM.Ierrnrs'Rddae tee e years of the iS haos from the construction
Sa 'f O the f Un B a nd pioneered in widening
S- M mr Mrs. Iton owaterwaynh. W oIeOtf reat Ai te fitlewr of thweh schools rto
Mt. ap \ poe f I L 0mC Wa yao rshI as- tt dur producing pheersona we
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or, aed Nfert and in its satio. R*ow ae Uor ns. adjusted to modern society.
r e t tan West Indians havetablished

G theral Merdis to Fte York and Booton'en route to hm- aThre door pr Ruby and Bevergl Wth hndae ?ren Sere thett dc ne. to n ape. contributions which
Visitor W heele rope, were er theon the Isthms in Paor d may won. ae othy of a pominent place

Invltgttona fave bee sent ot orabl. FPrank J. Morabes wil be Admgaion is twenty-five cents yentury 1 ^ S ^ s cale. A the hrstor. of the Panama
an W. fm e t the doorr. a WtD isfr n h ra e of father Whaloen Wers

Tarty that he i e g In honor tall party at Mr. Wllamson's re- v.PW. Aazita l 1.1 d ne it o11.11i ia- cndi f athfu never had ambe
of a rou of ranking ot- dence in Balboa on Monda Beo Party Ti Eve lu onal l tIons -- a s _n oragement from the white
cer o the tate Army en The Lades Auxiliary to Veter Aercn o the Canal braone. Ons.
and member of the pre rom an of FoIreign War, post 382,1 they o te the er- taontrary there ha been aIsthmus
he United Btates, who arlebeel 0 N tr, From Cst.a Rica sponlyoring a bo party this e eld marked hostility toward every
raft prorm. Jr, arrived by pla ester w tndu Road. Cash d* there ve been numerous in-

emplepe ro is as Aboesurer wlet ath Calumby For and. he- sal welfare of flyu tancen ,f tberal American De-
11:30 wilm.n c from 7:pmsm. o mem ber. to welL;,_n(C) um omis for eor- tall theihapotentialities.u oWeveri

wTh plr eifrnshebreeO'sand wil start at 7:30 p.m. Th Deora soe y W Uit odment Heads and Administra-
General Mer Fete York a te prid Lo the public. a nd eAaeestnienorti rs o ehaeel t nfca wo hae
)&a. 1111si RS.n Cthe YOM nf-and to m aon d Itnons whinc

i t rope, where her father t s for de entang may oes, eon. stCool fixi wl l tin tif you t th rt- from the group to which such

tonight tor New k been route to change of rea i lene consAlating of cartoons and cow- nes of lmoineteenth nd horedih combnd with th of, bmin dell- workr beoni.
ro for a holiday, Mr. and M. bero Ar boy pures l keynote the ee- ccy of Jll0. If youv nr ud J n n nt r d for, he history of t he Panama
bMr. Edward M-.duo tenderied a have mo'd tA their toew ren, and tickets rdy to bthe surprnid *t t he woy it makef t n e ti good. Mod vgat erforce to continue working un-al.
dinner last eenin at their res ence at the W tll eton ad Cale R. frtai do s ors. Panama Railroad. When e ethP ea.; mIke~ Too bleh cont r ato t ht of either disablied by
party that he liMMng 1 honor taillparty atMr.Wlliamson' V.F, Ward to Mrsid .'1 d "W's l Indiananeverhadmu

idence in fella Via. Antigua and ale Segund In RUHVILE Indy (UP) -een Fire- th crunchy xtus nd bna w inret to their ta n pp enc. a dragiee, r until the wheffi-te
of and Mr, Delva ll leanveo ts m edto Auiliary to Verum- WEN YOU WANT JEL0 SET QUCKY, di Jll0 cu f that

W York on 6ept. 7 tor a trip to e hot wTrr, than dd a cup of ict cubeCaor crnehed ice. fll s the Oupnwith etencybcame so p ed
aglnd m embers of the press fnIt- a ef F foreign Wars, post 3, nIuntil ary there has been a
the MMCnted .tats, wh2 are h etcrnoronto Cestlo e brat_ sponsorn a b ugo pa truck thieves- m arked hostility toward every,
to observe the Civilian AntAlt- Mr. and Mrs. Jabme de la tuar- niun. August the 33rd, at the Post efofet at improving their lot. Still
c raft proaram. Go s, Jr., arrived by plael ye-ter- .o ha ehdu Road. a b en e
aaro Ane o ab sort ln i a prieesomamiewon and the gamer t ons wieo beel nmericns ne-
ai Theprstywllheheldatuat ooi ,O s rEeE. l iE start at 7:30 p.m. eapis t a eanda e
Ten One i EqArr ikei forog- 1 aveservicentadsand Administra-
T 1s11Oneu n r.l..o reduai naMims.oo a g h ms.,e or- ncn.n fs t the se wor krse.
: s._a u iso p.m. onore d B o. D 1 s- v DU Jllr ff h A wLteior. Add n tOinIwh verebylheoe fh l o have stood
Ag. d thM rancludaht.thAohn- '1 daotoansidinta theswr es aln

~orales DaIdson, who is lear- or were Mrs. Alice Shoemaker, -salt an horse-rodish to slon and v le end mix vey Ily. W eIcame ;uch a problem for these
g on with her parent or New Mrs. Fred SIL l A Mrs. W. W. Bald- rmai l .Q is n terhpr y takt io Io f e ndA ve uo dise asc I Poanahalth
9' '..I I i d esda y plane sot tn, w He in lale o a on for summer evening. Pre ievet the
S. i'- HOT WEATHER BREAKFASTS nd mrt cooled Bker' 4.., tho t t' e o

Slile~Wr m la ....-it'.-- ond crths left o okinthe'bettTr! yoo1t no cooking It's reaynbu te1on o 1a u 1`
tonight for ew orn route to chge of-Rames, re v Ready- stove. Cool fixrts fit this decrip- 10 eating! Walt til you y tse the rt-i rm e group to which such
urope for a holiday, Mr. and and r Arias n n of cartoons ti but it's nic to bhoe-rdsh combined with the s, smering del-s opportunities today they enjoy

tendered a v o to their new boy pte wll keynote the eve-'t c of Jll-O. If you've e lookinever used Jenl-O o In an entr othir nled before, geti any m ore privileges thner hadey

SCanal. 11: 30 -pIm. and music f r dd fom hsi e hd t ond humidity. You'll fer ths younger who's hfd no e x- did Up to a few years ago. Their
Gener alat t o e Yready to be surprised t the way t corn penc with mixing, blood. veng, or role n the continue woring uten-
Sders. waite nt oIewher ob es or fruif you buy Post Toostflavorful lin met smith only little ance and opth eration of the Canaled by
den ell Va. Antg nd nd RUV the crunchy textures and rings new interest ton he'll tasurn out a plate of bengraduallrecognized and
r. and rs. elvalle will leave gts m en sped to the scene n a pump- WEN YOU WANT JE T ST th t will make you both very they ae hopeful that soon they
bIW York on *Sept. 7 for a trtp to er truck when an alarm was nt hot wter, then od a cup of ice cubes or cud kers 4fiin contaie p or theRir progeny will be givendt
land. F eralnce, olan t reet r o- l* wo They're proma it full. Stir until the ic Walter ker blend of choclte euitblte comenseaon for a job

Jrf o a s a c c t i l AbSle toyr oh wstppint.. Post's fa mouse and s you probably knew if you've inp o s& f or ao d
party.tht te h- wa s en Thtt peripfre JeL-Wrp. There's ,ctutlly a used it before, makes hotea cocoo ton eh

f on the cover. A this means that clte milk shoke. It keeps boMund-
e v rfguest ait ab fSlt swa".me LadiesAux fl iarytVoe tr- aei of any productive service.

admmft. PIM of aeh il V. 9Mt COft whe pen the box and shake ful. Whether there'sthey used to be summarily die -

.-theI^ ^ SH Untdtaes h r hiFo Css ist he golden fakn p rt hs y o mr1_ iey're too at your house or not. you'll en- | er
j* when you splash them with chilled of thi. fudge. end the ease end
tobsevethelan oOfQute,-A wlh Mrs. sill ar- nsa &..-- the 23rd, a th e Post e0foiltit ImproviRn gwthe irwlot till
crawfmill p rri4ave by plane toJr- Presiten db y -yetstse- / 11 .Road.Cubth and seet nbateaerkutouthIr

rOve w ed o aso hp oear nrr it h w c h t e h
The t willbeda tdaRti ha CRersoo a rdo te a Yetae sh them uc ttm ofo n lately ended
taeI uardia Heights. Augt the 1th at the Fort ob- .. tice on osantnge asylum and as

be gggg ge a tr now Tt1 btr That, aio: show you what pans to use, o u .Those
$ p.m .vidon t onorBo. No. anDsovlJl-snIt ae.A oWat .Ook= of t.wo elected to reamin in Pane-

Davdson, who eav- were Alice salt nd horseradis tlmon nd msure ingredients ocemor-
- Ing soon~wh her parents for Newi Mr. Fred Sill.. Mrs. W. W. Bald- dLE E remainkne Jell-r is aslihtly thickened, fl in fis and vesd ~leciietus little Republic of Panama. that
S/ Turn into le f nt over f lover. Chill until firm. nod nd ut laws were passed to prevent them
Sin ures. Serve on crisp lettuce; garnish with meynoise andsprigs t froth becoming her total liabil-
or OW'gTi s drecoipe servs 8.u tie s .
V u-aa HOT WEATHER 3obREAKFASTS need market. called laker's 4-iLn.1, thasuore swiute
llfto economic l nd inviting as possible mo kes velvety, lusciouaos fude with o couas tneeruoupe a ofore-
Readyg -to-ea t cerrtls fit this d scrip- 0 mnutne. ed y stePS raetretiremensst bfitd
G e.Eo n o ,os but it'o s nice to be sureb they cibnd Athopackae-t ler's opportunities, Ntoday they oy
r a eutoOow n't come to the tabla looking wit no a m n belling, nothing copi.oted manl y more privileges than they
d from th bet e d or you'll r the youngster ws had no ex- did up ton. a few years ago. Their
'inn rl ntev erheio disp hoi nted by s cularlny neeo w end me hec btooit, Lennainten-
I Iitoke if you buy Porst Tsties. controlling heat. With only a little ance and operation of the Canal*
They're auWtd fresh and rspy! se ision she'll turn Out plo of be gradually recognized andiu
Eveyour dpotie bl prcution Shers someth very they hopeful that soon they
eyuIi m s taken to oee t o t they reOah us that posin d. laker's 4-in-I contains a pe- or their progeny will be given

Slayers of wrapping.. Posts mous nd know if youoW' well donee"
-W 5 ^W ~^Trip-L-Wr o. Theres ctually used it bs hot cooa.
ib raUin oma "Triple your money u i opbeck" guarantee frying, chote suce nd cho-
"on the cover.wAlltthisameansrthuteestT f milk hhekehmithkeeplsb.tusi-
the golden flakes into a bowl, they're kat your house or not, YOu'llWn- y

when you sXpash theme with chilled o this fudge, ond the ease nd
-l b4-m milk or cram, you hr aive a break- s e with which it's made.
fast treat that's peIrfect. Get Postec
NOIsC sNOROUNUm store. swer to evecy'.bokin lauestign you
ever wanted to ask Xnepert
v.aOtoIwr1e nand out'I One rtto kmep ayte
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w tway you'Pl be prepared for thirstyalia: sho yeolu wred cents tofi sCit-
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szA depddtMo warii" worry about wring extras with .t ilus cogpleetime-tae r oke n
like aklnd or sandwiches a unaed 130.l5 testedtmrecipes torfar1fllowIsk"
you just ohap to have them an -l wClntwledie.. woldyou
real, satisfying. o ci sp flavor that it'sa ,t wshwirthmayThaiben w Itin ore'
enough, lut by itself. Your familyAoklh t Ahalth ougaitinanglreat
HOTr wiEl b Hr BE AK f Ar this tastr thirst- lessonsB ba r'letbut hatshows n tyou nlypictlres asu
quencher, adt you'll be surprised haw well. it's called. "Loom to lake
1econdomiclit hi. All tea is economlcai You'll Love It!' Mail the coupso be.
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but all teh is me t es enloyoble. aslow youP t .

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thuil lTh wy'rie we ffe little girls. When a child expresse iIo b "Itr You'll Love Ita"
taken, iwayolseeti at reahuthtro4-o.
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gerator, 25 cycle. Excellent con-
dition. Call Balboa 2787 after 4
p. m.
FOR SALE:-9 ft. 25 cycle West-
inghouse refrigerator $ 150.00.
353-B, New Cristobol. Phone 3-
FOR SALE:-7 ft. Westinghouse re-
frigerator. All porcelain. 1449-C
Owens St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, "Frigi-
daire," 3 1-2 Yr. guarantee re-
maining, desk, Simmons couch,
mahogany, front room set, two
chairs, settee, bed, baby's bed,
minor household effects. 614-D,
Cocoli, call in Evenings.
FOR SALE:-Kelvinator Refrigerator
8 ft., like new, Magic Chef, gas
stove, 4 burner, like new. baby
crib. RCA 7 Q V 5 Radio Victrolo-
combination, in very good condi-
tion. 46 Street No. 27, Apt. 19,
Tel. 3-1061.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire 9 cu. ft.,
Hot-point electric stoe, :3 burners
and oven. RCA radio, 5 tubes, all
60 cycle. No. 12, 23 St. East Bis.
FOR SALE:-Boby crib and mattress,
porch blinds for duplex, play pen,
cord table, misc. items. House 380
B Second St. New Cristobol.

Real Estate
cOR SALE:-Chalet, comfortable 4
bedrooms, livingroom, diningroom,
modern bathroom, garage, etc., in
plot of land of 3.968 MS, desirable
surroundings. It has a mortgage of
$5,000 and we sell for $20.000.
Suitable for on American fami-
ly. Agencies Thomas, Bienes Rai-
ces. 259 Central Avenue, Tel. 3-
1069, P. 0. )Box 3404. Expected

Jo Lead Anti-Truman


P)TO NesF. Byrnes of
uth Carolina s expected to
lp lead, the stop-Truman
ces at the Democratic Con-
i nation next year but he will
t bolt the party if the Presi-
nt is renominated.
he former Secretary of State
Mr. Truman's cabinet will
elv head the staff's delega-
n to the Democratic conven-
n in Chicago next summer.
e is expected to join forces
th Sen. Harry F. Byrd. D
and other anti-Truman
hermers in opposing the
dent if he seeks renomlna-
: ut most anti-Administration
utherners admit privately
eir chances of blocking the
President are slim. And if Mr.
Truman is again the candidate
w Southern splinter party
galai the lines of the 1948
States' Righters might spring
Byrnes is not likely to join
!uch a splinter party. And his
recent statements certainly
* eem to rule him out as a can-
didate or leader of such a party.



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FOR SALE.-1947 Buick Super Se-
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Joint Weather Unit Albrook. Phone
office 2237, home 7108.
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac 4 Door,
15,000 miles, radio. # 106, Cen-
tral Avenue, room 24, Panama.
FOR SALE:-'38 Oldsmobile $250.
Good tires and running condition.
Telephone 2-1334 or 5533-D,
FOR SALE:-1948 Cadillac in per-
fect condition. Telephone 3-2184
or 2-1075, Panama.
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on all Used Cars! Come in and
look them over. Nash Asenc.
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Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-19 foot'launch in good
condition. Ford V8 motor in per-
fect condition, $500.00. Call
Amador 3139 or Kobbe 4282.

Position Offered
WANTED:-Two barbers to work on
Army Post. If interested contact
barber concessionaire at building
202, Ft. Gulick.

"ThisIss War," the photo-nar-
rative of Life photographer David
Douglas Duncan, is one of the
new books placed in circulation
during the past week by the Pan-
ama Canal Library.
The picture story, told through
a continuity of captionless pho-
tographs which do not need ex-
planations, is divided into three
parts: Part I The Hill; Part II,
The City; Part III, Retreat, Hell!
Each block of pictures is preced-
ed by a textblock which makes it
possible for the reader to under-
stand the circumstances and set-
ting of each picture.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Applied Science: Rise Up and
Walk, Walker; Handbook of Ex-
perimental Stress Analysis, Het-
enyl; Tropical Fruits for South-
ern Florida and Cuba and Their
Uses, Sturrock.
Wood Carving: Sculpture In
Wood, Rood.
English Satire: Some Notes on
Lifemanship, Potter.
Biography and History: The
General Who Marched to Hell,
Miers; This Is War!. Duncan;
The Age of Elegance, Bryant.
Fiction: The Morning Watch,
Agee; The Hayvens of Demaret,
Bellamann; The Golden Road,
Bourne; S range Welcome*,
Chittenden; A Rough Shoot*,
Household; The Claybrooks,
Huddleston; Easy to Murder*,
Replacements and New Edi-
tions: White Bird Flying, Ald-
rich; Anthony Adverse, Allen;
King Solomon's Mines, Haggard;
Modeling and Sculpture in the
Making, Jagger; It's Fun to
Draw, Bogorad; A Treasury of
Satire, Johnson.
*Mystery or suspense.

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Panam&-on Automobile Row

0o. f,. ev. airliA ,,i blem?
Write Alceholics Anoynmbus
Box 2031 Aunes. C. Z.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Woave, $7.50.
Why have a home permanent?
.with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look. and no guar-
antee when you can have a
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will lost Ionger.. .and
look better! These con be hod
Monday thru Thursday. Make your
appointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
a. Mn. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.

MUST sell good clubs, set of woods
and irons Putter and Bag. Coll
Curundu, 7165 after noon before
For sole to the highest bidder, Build-
ings Nos. 102, 104, 104S, Balboa
Heights; 264 Ancon. -Sealed bids will
be received in the office of the Su-
perintenednt of Storeh4uses at Balboa
until 10:30 a. m., September 7,
1951, when they will be opened in
public. Forms of proposal with full
particulars may be secured in the
offices of the Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, and the Hous-
ing Manager at Balboa Heights.
MOTHERS, for children's wear -
Infants to 4 years visit BABY-
LANDIA No. 40, 44th Street,
Bella Vista, Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE:-Assorted lengths used
flexible rubber hose. 1 1-2", 2"
1-2". Best offer. The Texas Co.
(Panama) Inc.
FOR SALE:-Fine-bred Puppies, 10
weeks old. Vilar family. End of 9th
St. Borrlada Panamai America,
Lefevre Park.


WANTED MAID -- Con on Ameri-
can family leaving Ponama re-,
commend English-speaking maid for
general housework to live in Bello
..7WM? Phon& 3-3976, latnama.

WAN-TiD:-ExcelIenit cook with re-
freemees, for hotel. Starting De-
cember. Phone Panama. 3-2591.

Ancient Shepherds
To Hold Picnic
At Pocora Monday
A grand picnic will be held' at
Pacora Sept. 3rd, sponsored by
the joint Lodges of the Loyal
Order of Ancient Shepherds.
Martin's Orchestra will dis-
pense the latest Mambos and
Square Dances. Buses leave No.
7. N. Street San Miguel, at 8:30
a. m. Don't miss this opportun-
ity. There is plenty of enjoy-
ment In store.

Asteria Club Queen

Contest Continues
Guillermina Oldman took over
the lead in the Asteria Social and
Sporting Club queen contest. The
last vote count was held Aug. 25.
The next vote count is scheduled
for Sept. 1.
The Coronation Ball will be
held at the Club Tania on Sept.
The contestants now stand in
the following order:
Guillermina Oldman 2.270 votes
Edna Davey ......... 1,915 votes
Rosita Peters ....... 1,835 votes
Eloisa Archlbold .... 1,510 votes
Elena Comrle ....... 1,345 votes
Alicia Downs ....... 1,205 votes

Legal Notice
DIvision of Balboa
F.dythe Glaser,

Morris Glazer.


Case No. 3^87
Civil DoPker 18s
To the above-named defendant;
You are hereby required to appear
and answer the complaint filed in the
ahove-entitled action within ninety days
after the first publication.
In case of your failure to so appear
and answer, judgment will be taken
against you by default for thi relief
demanded in the complaint.
WITNESS the Honorable JOSEPH J
HANCOCK. Judge. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal rone,
this 3rd day of August. 1961.
C. T. McCormick. Jr.
By Sara de la Pensa
Chief Deputy Clerk

To Morrl Glazer
The foregoing summons las served upon
you by publication pursuant to the order
o.f Ihe Honorablf Joseph J. Hancock.
JAdie, UTnied Stales Dit'rici Court fr
,he Dji,'lct of ihe Canal Zone. dated
Augin I 1951 and entered and filed
in ihi. aiieon in the office of the Clerk
if ..a.i I nied Stlate L Istrit 'Con rv fr
he [ii'isico" of Balboa. on Aug,stl 1
C. T. McCormlck. Jr.
By Sara do Ia PaL r
Chief Deputyl Clerl

Panama's Most Popular ,Re. ol
ond Recreational Suburbian VDilp-
ment. Building Lots at Reas nable
Prices. Overnight cabins ato 0
person. A la Carte Restaurant, 7" to
11 P. M. *

Williams Santa Clara Beach Cotto .
Two bedrooms, Frtgidolres, 1ak-
gas rangs. Balboa 2-8050.
Special for August. Room *Ith
private both $35.00 pir rhonth,
$20.00 for 15 days. Meals a la
carte. Reservations Tel. Pah. 2-
Houses ON BEACH Santa Clara, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNEL, Bal-
boa 2820 or see caretaker; *
Phillips. Beach cottages, Santa ClAra.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.

Gromlich's Sonta Clara beach.
cottages. Electric Ice boxes. ,s
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 "or 4-567.

Apartments .
Modern furnished-unfurnihed o"lrt
ment, Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon. '
FOR RENT:-Furnished C. Z. Vaca-
tion Qtrs. From Sept. 14 thru-Nov.
23, New Cristobal. Phone 3.-009,
3 to 5 p. m.
FOR RENT:-New, modern, venti-
lated, and screened Opartments.
furnished and unfurnished, 61,
4th of July Ave, phonir 2-2446.
Miguel Hive.

FOR -RENT:-Furnished roorq for a
a couple, private entrance and
both. Bella Vista. $45. Tel. 3-

Taft Lots Go $Svo

Honesty, Economics
ROCKLAND, Me., Aug. 23-
(UP)-U. S. Sen. Robert A.
Taft, R.. 0., denying he yet is a
candidate for the Republican
Presidential nomination, yes-
terday called for a return to
honesty in the Federal Govern-
Speaking over a nation-wide
broadcast from a 'Maine Re-
publican Jamboree, Taft left
little doubt that he was avail-
able for the nomination as he
charged, the Truman Adminis-
tration with a complete lack of
planning in domestic and for-
eign policies.
Taft said the United States
can be destroyed by "dis-
honesty and immorality, by
unlimited and unmritical spend-
ing. by lack of intelligence."
It is. not possible, Taft said.
"to impose the same sacrifices
or the same controls on people
in peacetime as in wartime."
He said "it is not wise to im-
pose the same limitations on
civilian economy for a 10 to 20-
year period as it is possible and
wise to impose for a war period
whose' end Is within sight in
two or three years.' '
Taft said President Truman's
latest "suggestions would seem
to indicate a total expenditure
of at least $100,000,000,000 a
"If this enlarged program is
adopted. I am afraid the gov-
ernment will be borrowing
$25,000,000,000,000 a year, which
will destroy all confidence in
the value of Government bonds
and make inflation almost cer-
Taft accused the Truman Ad-
domestic and foreign policies
"from day to day" and said
"we certainly do not have the
kind of intelligent leadership
which the people of the United
States deserve."

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Tel. 303
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no scorched area, which normal-
ly results from a napalm bomb
detonation, nor any visible signs
of a bomb crater which could
have been caused by the alleged
"A flush-riveted piece of metal,
which was identified by a Com-
munist liaison officer as part of
a napalm bomb used in the at-
tack, is not of thk construction
used by the United Nations com-
Flush-riveting is not used in
the construction manufacture of
napalm tanks. They are of rough
construction, more economically
produced since they are used on-
y once,.
"The United Nations command
liaison officers could find but one
individual who claimed to be an
eyewitness to the attack.
"He said the airplane he saw
had its headlights on throughout
the attack, which is not a prac-
tice engaged in by any United
Nations aircraft during night op-
"The alleged bombing incident
revealed no damage to any build-
ing, to personnel, or to crops in
the area.
"Col. Kinney, an experienced
air officer, was certain that the
hole 24 inches in diameter and 12
inches deep pointed out to him by
a Communist as a result of the
attack could not have been a
bomb crater.
"Col. Kinney agreed ,with Col.
Murray that this hole might have
been the result of a hand gre-
nade pre-set In the ground."

It Not Only Smokes.....
It Spits Too I

No need to worry when
yur muffler is shot!
ng the car in... and
wateh us teach it good
behavior quickly,

Colpan Motors Service
Automobile Row
Tejphene' 2-135O

"MIG" WRECK First Lt.
Richard 8. Beker, .Sabrejet
pilot from Fleetw6od, Pa., be-
came the ace "MIO" wrecker
in Korea when he downed two
more enemy craft, bringing
his total of kills to four, plus
one probable and two dam-
aged. (U.S. Air Worce Photo
from NEA-Acme.)

Army Secrery

Cracks Down On

Improper Dealings

-Secretary of the Army Frank
Pace, Jr., today ,suspended Col.
S. W. Mcllwain as 'commander
of the Army Ordnance Depot
at Toledo, O., pending further
investigation of alleged "im-
proper dealings" with defense
At the same time, Pace held
up the transfer of Brig. Gen.
David J. Crawford to a high
military post in Europe. Craw-
ford recently was relieved of
command of the Detroit Tank
Arsenal for accepting. favors
from contractors.
SSen. Harry F. Byrd, D., Va.,
revealed that he had protested
in a letter to Pace that Craw-
ford should not get "rewarded
by mere reassignment to an-
other position of comparable
responsibility, dignity and
The Army began an investiga-
tion of the Rossford Depot at
Toledo on Aug. 16, after a House
executive Expeditures Subcom-
mittee announced that it had
found evidence of "highly irre-
gular conduct" among Army
procurement officers there.

Murder Count Pends

After La Boca Youth

Dies From Injuries
A 15 year -1 L- oca y,
Clarence.arownred abisr4-
ing in Go0gas Eosplti from a
brain injury received when hit
by a cue stick, and a 20 year-old
Panamanian ages- a murder
Albert DeCosta Howard struck
the boy Tuesday night in the La
Boca Clubhouse.with a cue stick
he had picked up in the pool
room there, following an argu-
ment the two had previously in
the La Boca theatre.
According to the Balboa Police,
Brown did not report the assault,
but went home and stayed in
bed until yesterday afternoon
when his parents took him to the
hospital. r
X-Rays taken at Gorgas re-
vealed that he was suffering
from a fracture of the right
temple, and a blood clot on the
He was immediately placed on
the seriously ill list, and died at
8:05 this morning.
Howard, who was origiftally
charged with assaultt with a
deadly weapon" which was
changed to murder today, is be-
ing held at the Balboa Police
Station until bail will be set to-
morrow morning.
Brown is survived by his par-
ents, and a younger brother.
Howard, employed in Panama
City, resided with his. mother
Eloise Howard in La Boca.
According to Howard's testi-
mony, he had warned Brown on
several occasions to "leave him
alone," since Brown was in the
habit of pestering and'teasing
A request for an autopsy has
been made, and'a coroner's jury
will be empaneled and ,an in-
quest held.

Peron And Evito
All Set To "Run"'
For Second Term

BUENOS AIRES. Aug. '23.-
(UP)-Following a, huge labor
rally in the center ,of this city
last night observers believe
uan Peron will definitely run
for a second Presidential term,
with his wife Eva Peron run-
ning for vicepresident.
The Peron's gave no definite
undertaking at the rally, but
said they "would bow to the
people's will."

8t.RVIV HURRICANE Screen starIAJLdasDaniil (fa.
on Jamaica on a movie-maging, chore, chats with W a
Chong, a local girl wtha part in the film, Soth
the path of the hurricane which battered the ialatnL T*e
actress was reported safe after the storm pause.

(Continued from Page 1)
program and the finances for
submittal al soon as possible.,
I At one point o discussion' the
Uruguayan delegate hit back at
the Mexican represen t at Iv a,
charging that "we are avoiding
the main issue."
Yriart accused Mexico's Ama-
dor of "wandering far away"
from the subject.
"If we don't set a definite a-
mount for contributions and
make them obligatory, how, "he
asked, "can we outline a program
so tremendously important as the
raising of outstandard of living?"
He got no answer.
rThe committee on Materials in
Short Supply devoted four hours
to a discussion of the necessity for
more adequate representation in
the International Materials Con-'
ference but made no progress
save for the announcement by Ar-
gentine's Dr. Ovidlo Schiopetto
that his delegation would pro-
pose a draft resolution on the
subjectt today.

Observers From US

Wilt Wth IZon's

Civilian AA Gunners

Twenty two representatives
of the Department of the Army
and the United States Press will
be on hand to witness Antiatr-
craft Civilian Auxiliary Program
activities during the next few
days, according to an announce-
ment received from Headquart-
ers, United States Army Carib-
bean today.
Headed by Maj. Gen. Paul W.
Rutledge, Commanding General
of the Eastern Antiaircraft Ar.-
tillery Command, the visitors
are schedueld to arrive in the
Canal Zone at, 3:00 p. m. this
Canal Zone civilians, who be-
gin the final phase of their
training, today, have attended a
six-week intensified training
course in order to qualify for
antiaircraft assignments, in-
cluding operation and mainten-
ance of AA guns, automatic
weapons, communications and
AA operations rooms.
These antiarcraft "minute-
men."' according to Col. Sanford
J. Goodman, Sommanding Offi-
cer, 65th AAA Group, are now
ready to assume any assigned
tasks, and now need only to be
told where and when to report
in the event of an aircraft at-
They will receive certificates
of completion Saturday.
The Antiaircraft Civilian- Au-
xiliary Program has been con-
ducted to determine the advi-'
sability of utilizing United
States civilians in active anti-
aircraft measures, in industrial
areas and communities through-
out the 1T.iited States and its

King Farouk's
Would-Be Assasins
Sought By Police
PARIS, Aug. 23 (UP)-Frentch
police, acting on the request of
the Egyptian government, have
ordered all pnits to be alert for
two Egyptian fanatics who may
try to assassinate King Farouk,
who is honeymooning on the

Air Forte Plane
In Alaska Crashes
Killing 9 Crewmen
ANCHORAGE, Alaska. Aug. 23
(DPI-A United States Air
Force C-47. afire and with part
of one wing missing, roared out
of the darkness of an Alakan
rainstorm at an emergency air-
strip 145 miles north of here
and crashed within 100 vards
of the control tower, killing all
nine men aboard UW plane.

CZ Firebuffs Win

Honor Late RP Whi

Af November Bai
Canal Zone firemen are looktn
a long way ahead to late autumn
but they're planning soeethMagn
unusual in "hands across the bor-
der" Or November 9. ,
It's a ball to be dedicated 1to
the memory of the late. Coman-
dante of the Panama Fire De-
partment, Don Juan Antotio,
Guizado, whose outstanding per-,
formance and achieveigents as'
chief of the "Bomberos" are in-
ternationally known.
(Nobody,. incidentally, wold
have liked the Idea more than
"JeMt Guizado" -- the griendliean
of men.) '
'Canal Zone Fireden have ar-
ranged to hold the affair atvHotel
El Panama, Pfremhan Fred Hud-
dlleston, chairman ofthe dance
committee, has announced.
Firemen hope to make the
dance an annual affair.
Aside from his fire fighting ca.
reer, the late Chief Guizado, was
well known for his love of '-)ls
country; having served In various
public o fic uchd .as .hilef'ot
ePatn a aNation&l AsIe ly,
First Ciof the-Nat onal P le e
and sc9Al envoy *ifbut port.
folio to vpoua. countries. sucnl as
Great Bo4tana, France, Italy(,
Ecuador anid Peru.
Guizado founded the Panama
Fire Department on November 28,
1887. From this date untl his
death on January 21, 1951 (63
years of service), heworkedAtirev
lesaly for the welfare Of the Pan'-
ama Firemen and in bringinfg
modern techniques to Vie de-
partment. His d&atWrly, thiS
year wag a Oreat loss'toWth" fire
service and his country.
The Canal Zone apd Panama
Fire departments maintain the
closest relationship as i typified
all over the world by the nemberx
of the Fire service, whose com-
mon purpose is the preservation
and protection of life and proper-
Tickets for the ball are $1.00
per person and may be obtained
from any fireman or fire station.
Members of the dance commit-
tee are: Firemen Fred Huddles-
ton, Fred Mohl, John Olsen,
Frank Costanzo, Kenneth Cole-
man and Sergeant Edward Albin.

Slinky Black

outfit designM l ad.-M der-
son for a scehe In Wv -Kra "
na's 'The Blue VeU. A sdlky
Sabik creation lw basa ,
that's split four viceBs
above the knneg and ieekt .
that plunges and )pow&
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ilvitatUoas hae been signed by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Aristisabal of CQon, for ohfe wedding of their daughter,
Mareae to Bergent Ttroy B. Davis, e Fort Davis. on of Mr.
John Braneehy md the late Troy B. Davs.-
S The wedding wI.*tab plaee at the Cathedral In Colon
SSuday mornias at 8:a. __

atun O.E.8. CltbN Met
With Mrs. Haikv
-Mrs. Howard R. Harris, Mrs.
Howard -E. Munro anri Mrs. Frank
Wolf were ho~ostes ses or the
monthly business and social
"meeting, of the Gatun Eastern
Star cldb which was.held at the
Harris esldence in Gatun Tues-
day evening Mrs. WIliatn. .
Hughes, pfeident Of,
presided at the business meeting
which pcodeedd g4hes of bridge
snd ahasta. Desert refresh-
ments were servbd before the
Meeting. Ms. Fraik Wdlf. who is
leaving -August 31, Was given a
bon voyage glit.
SThe door pricee fOa tie evening
was wn by Mrs, .Leon 0 1Egolf.
Other embers a qeXt included
Mrs. ohn M. Fa stock, Mrs.
George D.Poole, St. Mrs. William
Smith, Mrs. Ralph Hanners, Mrs.
Roger Orvis, Mrs. Porter H. Mc-
Han, Mrs. Curtis George, Mrs.
Arthur Albright, Mrs. Whitman
P. Garrett, Mrs. Paul R. Furr and
Mrs. Kerdis D, Meeks.

Emblem Club iet
Tuesday Evening
( Crlstobal Emblem. Club No. 52
met, at the Elks' Home Ot Brazos
Brook Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. A so-
cial Aour was enjoyed after the
business meeting, anhd bingo
games were played. Prizes were
awarded to Mrs. Gladys Smith,
Mrs. May Waldron, Mrs. Marga-
ret Ashton. Mrs. Hilda Turner,
and Mrs. Geraldine Celluci. Mrs.
Susan Reinhart, Mrs. Dorothy
Ridge and Mrs. Mario Rice were
co-hostesses for the evening. The
other members present included
Mrs. Mildred Reccia, Mrs. Edith
Henning, Mrs. Lillian O'Hayer,
Mrs. Muriel Arnold, Mrs. Marga-
ret Larrison, Mrs. Agnes Relly,



Cut Gr-. Beans

Mrs. Selma Wanlo, and Mrs. Fan-
1? Kaplan.
DeMolays to Sponsor
Dance Friday evening
The Atlantic chapter DeMolay
t eMbers will sponsor a dance
Friday at 7:30 m. at the Gatun
Masonic Temple. All DeMoma s,
members of the Order of the
Rainbow for Girls and their dates
are Invited to attend.
Freddle Newhard Celebrates
Seventh Birthday
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Newhard
of Gatun entertained with an af-
ternoon party at their home
,o celetLrate the occasion
of their son Freddle's seventh
._. ..ay anniversary. Hopalong
Cassidy decorations were used
and noise makers given for fav-
ors. A large birthday cake topped
with a plastic clown centered the
table. Mrs. Newhard was assisted
by the Misses Ann and Carol
Newhard, Barbara Xlf, Diane
Scheidegg and ShrleyKeepers.
The young guests who attend-
ed included Andra Lee MNah, Rob-
ble Thomas, Beverly German,
Henry and Susle 5hin, Jack WU-
lourhby, Raymond Scheldsg*,
Orin and Mary Clement James
Arnold Hudgins, Billy Keepers,
Bobby Williams, Terry and Bud-
dy Slaughter, Libby Pearson,
Chrissie and Kate Poole, Butch
and Cathy Pennington, Sue Bar-
field and Denny McNamee.
Miss Jaequlyn SchofIeld
Sailed Frlda
M Jacqulyn Schofield, daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James A.
Schofield of Margarita, sailed
aboard the S.S. Ancon Friday,
Se will visit with her grandmo-
ther who is ill in Baltimore be-
fore going to Tallahassee, Flori-
da. Miss Schofield, who Is a tal-
ented musician, is a first violin-
ist with the Floida State Uni-
versity Symphony, and will enter
her second year as pre-medical
student there, She was graduat-
ed from Cristobal High School
with the class of 1950.
Mrs, Durwood Stringer and
Cassie Lou to Leave Saturday
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Whftlook Of Margarita since last
December, will leave the Isthmus
by plane from Tocumen airport
Saturday. Sergeant Stringer, who
has been with the Army in Jap-
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States and will meet Mrs. String-
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will make their home. Mr. String-
er will enter his second year of
study at the Westminster Col-
lege at Fulton.

Visit Interior Towns
captain and Mrs. C. Stuart
Townshend of New Cristobal and
their house guest, Mrs. Ann Wel-
tie of East Orange, New Jersey,
spent the wee kmotoring in the
interior of Panama. They were
guests at Santa Clara Inn, the
hotel Plaza In Santiago and
stopped over in Chitre. Tney re-
turned during the week end and
met with a group of friends at
Hotel 81 Panama and had dinner
there. Mrs. Welie has been visit-
ng with her brother-in-law and
sister for several weeks and will
sail on Friday.
John Towuhend
John Townshend, son of Cap-
taot and Mrs. C. Stuart Towns-
hond of New Cristobal, will sail
aboard the Panama, Friday, Au-
gust 24. John was graduated with-
e class of 11 f 1951of Cristobal High
School and will enter Pennsylva-
nia State College, at State Col-
lego, Pa., in September. Before
entering college he will visit with
hib brothers in the States. Don-
ald Townshend makes his home
in Glen Cove, Long Island and Is
a flier for PAA; Alan Townshentd
will enter his senior year of study
at the George Washington Uni-
versity at Washmgton, D. C.
Mary Margaret Zahn to
Leave September 1
Miss Mary Margaret Zahn of
San Francisco who arrived sev-
eral weeks ago to visit her father
Mr. Martin Zahn of Gatun. will
leave by plane, September 1.
Visiting at Sea Cliff Acres
Miss Carol Newhard of Gatun
is spending the week at Sea Cliff
Acres. She s the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. James Million and Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Ebdon, Jr., of Pedro
MigueL Miss Shirley Million and
Roger Million, and Tom and Dick
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Field were described in party
councils as key members of a
Communist cell in the Institute
of Pacific Relations.
Budenz Is the former editor
of the Communist Daily Work-
er. He broke with the party in
1945 to re-Join the Catholic
church, and now is assistant
Professor of Economics at Ford-
ham University.
He testified before the Senate
Internal Security Subcommittee
which is investigating Commun-
Ist infiltration of the Institute.
a private research organization.
Field, who has served as fin-
ancial "angel" for many Red
causes, is serving a sentence
for contempt of court for his
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of statements which he made
last year before a Senate For-
eign Relationg Subcommittee
Investigating charges by Sen.
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that Lattimore was a Russian
Lattimore denied the Bubenz'
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Democratic majority of the sub-
committee but McCarthy de-
nounced It as "a whitewash."
Budenz said yesterday that
he knew the Institute as a "cap-
tive organization, completely
under the control of Commun-
He said Alexander Trachten-
berg, head of the party's cul-
tural section, once referred to
the Institute as "the little red
schoolhouse for teaching cer-
tain people In Washington how
to think of the Soviet Union In
the Far East."
Budenz said Lattimore was
"selected" by name at a 1937
American Politburo session to
initiate a shift in the Commun-
ist Party line which would play
down the Chinese Reds as So-
viet supporters and emphasize
their "agrarian reformer" cha-
racteristics, he said.
Lattimore said in a statement
that this was "a new lie" which
Budenz had added to "his dis-
credited last year's testimony."
"The fantastic nature of this
lie is underscored by the fact
that I was not even In the Unit-
ed States in 1937 except between
Christmas and New Year," Lat-
timore said.

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Speal Court Says Remington

r1 ial Jurors Were Misdirected

S-,:NEW YORK, Aug. 23 (UP) The U.S Circuit Court! RP A rkulturists
Appeals yesterday reversed the conviction of William W. Re- tud In US
ifngton, 33, former Commerce Department economist, found 1 0Iu y I U
uil of lying when he denied he had been a Communist. Roberto Castrellon of Tol. Chi-
'*'The court ruled that the charge to the jury by Federal riqui, departed early this week
IQie Gregory F. Noonan, appointed to the bench by President from whereTumthe will ttfor college extenPark
T&uian in 1949, was "vague" and may have led the panel to sion course sponsored by New
aw,.conclusicns of its own on the basis of circumstantial evid- Mexico Agriultural and Mech-on
anical College in cooperation
rice rather than the facts, as required by Federal perjury laws. with Point Four program activi-
ties of the U.S. Department of
o' T 'Appelate Court, in a unan- stances from which you are able Agricultural and the Technical
lteaUs three-man decision, order- to draw reasonable conclusions Cooperation Administration of
ed-: new trial for Remington, and deductions." the Department of State.
Who has been free on $7,000 ball, This, the appellate judges He will join the other Papa-
aendlng the appeal, since he was ruled In' a decision written by manian delegate, Guillermo Na-
convlcted Feb. 7. Justice Swan. may have led the ranjo of David, Chiriqui, who left
The charges grew out of an ac- jury to think "that they could August 10 for the instruction
eusation by former Communist select such evidence as they course at New Mexico. Miss Ama-
courier Elizabeth Bentley to a chose as proof of guilt and ble Campodonico of Panama City.
senate committee-in 1948. were free to convict on circum- was also selected for the special
She, said Remington had been stantial evidence alone, which extension training and farm and
a Communist and had given her is not the law in the Federal home management programs at
governmentt secrets. Court." New Mexico but was unable to
+ Remington was sentenced to The jury deliberated four hours attend.
.*,Jive years in prison and fined and 30 minutes before returning About forty-five agricultural
J2,0,0 for allegedly lying under its guilty verdict. Afterwards, a extension workers from Panama,
lath to a Federal Grand Jury woman juror said there was "not Costa Rica, Braz Cuba, Ecuadolomb Eia
Investigating Communism. much debate about the verdict." alvador Haiti Paraguay Peri
He denied his guilt throughout Another said only one ballot was Salvador, Handi, Paraguay, Pere at,
the trial and in a statement af- taken. caragua, ending the seminar which is de-
ter the verdict was announced. The Appellate Court said it signed to speed the training of
Former State Department offi- would not base its decision on the extension personnel for Point
clal Alger Hiss is serving five main point made by the defense Four programs in cooperating
years in prison, on a similar in filing the appeal. countries. The participants are
charge after two trials and after Chanler argued that the con- engaged in agricultural extension
4ling his appeal. eviction should have been reversed work, either In programs of their
AJY.S. Attorney Irving H. Say- on the grounds that the Grand own governments or in programs
6ol, who prosecuted Remington. Jury indictment of Remington carried on cooperatively with the
said the Government may appeal was defective. United States Government. Ele-
yesterday's decision to the U.S. Chanler said that Miss Bentley, yen are workers in program
Supreme Court. rather than a- who testified before the Grand sponsored by the Institute of In-
itee to another Federal trial-now. Jury and at the trial, was writing ter-American Affairs, Depart-
The government "certainly will a book on Communism, in which ment of State.
proceed,'" Saypol said, and "will Remington was mentioned, and The agriculturists receive orl-
not drop the case." that she was being assisted by the entation on U S. agriculture and
Chief Appellate Justice Thomas forman of the Grand Jury, John customs, organization of the Ex-
W. Swan and associates Learned Brunini, a writer and former tension Service, the Farmers
Hand and Augustus N. Hand newspaperman. Home Administration, and other
based their ruling on an excep- rural service agencies as well as
tion taken by Defense Attorney Miss Bentley testified under methods and techniques used in
William, G. Chanler to Noonan's cross-examination at the trial, working with farmers, farm
charge to the jury. howeverr, that she barely men- women, and farm youth.
Noonan told the jurors: "You toned Remington in the book
may not have direct proof of a and that she never had made any Knocks Off Birdie
f1t, but you may have circum- formal agreement with Brunini.
Harold Fleming scored both a
1 "birdie" and a bogey-five on the
Georgia Planter Sheriff, same hole. The"birdie," normally
a one-uider-par. was a red one
that Fleming nailed with a
hooking drive while the cardinal
On Peon iage Arraignment sat on a tree limb at Mill Creek
Golf Course.

AMERICUS, Ga., Aug. 23 (UP)
A well-to-do planter, his son
snt son-in-law and Dooly Coun-
ty.Sheriff John Byron Fokes are
to be arraigned nere today on
S4drai.- chargeF of peonage and
viU ng the constitutional rights
-*Wa Negro farm hands.
Indictments against the four
weor returned by the Grand Jury
iortie Americus division of the
MArpce George District in Macon
iShcriit Fokes, Frank Bivlns-
llhOiin, well-known farmer, and
lhoun's son-in-law, Edward
Thomas Chancey, are charged
wtth four counts of peonage and
rights violations. Calhoun's 22-
'esr-old son, Rodney Lee Call
ah0lh; was charged worth only two
counts. *
The two Negross in the case
wereAdentifled as Theodis (Bud)
M e and A. C. (Rea) Cross.
TwO counts of the indictment
earg Sheriff Fokes, the elder
Calhoun and Chancey, who is
one of Fokes' deputies, conspired
to return Blue to Calhoun's farm
tpm 'Detroit under a trumped-
up charge and forced him to
Wtk On The farm.
Thle other two counts charge
all four men conspired to arrest
Qross without a warrant, beat
him and forced him to work on'
ithe farm.
The indictment states t h at
atE left the Calhoun larm and
went to Detroit, where he work-
ed-for an automobile manufac-
turing firm.

The elder Calhoun swore out a
warrant against Blue, charging
him with abandoning a minor
Faokes, the indictment states,
them made Chancey a special
deputy and Chancey went to De-
troit and returned Blue to Dooly
f tery Blue's return, Chancey,
sheriff and Calhoun obtain-
j6 the Negro's release on bond
and "placed him in peonage on
the Calhoun farm on a claim of
Indebtedness alleged by Calhoun
to be due him from Theodis Blue.
"The abandonment charges a-
i'nst Blue then were dropped.
he sheriff, the elder Calhoun
and Chancey face maximum pe-
nalties on conviction of 16 years
Imprisonment, $21,000 fines, or
Calhoun's son could be sen-
tenmd to six years, $6.D00 fine, or
bodt if found guilty.
'The four defendants are ex-
4ted to be tried in Americus in
January of next year.
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(For Erskine Johnson, who Is
on vacation)
Just spent seven months working
for Cecil DeMllle. It was my firnt
for the master, and anyone who
has been through a DeMille pro-
duction knows it.
DeMllle is a player's director.
You fear him, respect him, IdotUh
him-In the same breath and at
the same moment. But one thing,
you can't take him or his plas
casually. I'm supposed to be a
pretty vibrant thing (I believe my
publicity) but what Is vibrancy lit
the DeMIlle wake? This man was
seven steps ahead of everyone In
the picture.
You come up bright-eyed with
a very critical problem, you rush
up to DeMille panting like a 60-
year-old half-miler, you unleash
this great problem-and what
happens? C. p. flashes that fath-
erly smile, pats you on the head
and says the problem was solved
The way he works on the sits
is an actress' dream. He never
tells you how to act. He analyzes
the emotiqn and mood of a scene,
its dramatic texture, and what it
is supposed to convey. Then
you're on your own.
DeMille has provided a situa-
tion and it's up to you to bring it
to life. That's a lot different than
some directors who bark through
a microphone-"Okay, Betty, get
in there and show 'em!"
No one can tell me DeMille
doesn't exert some kind of magic
spell. I don't say he's in league
with evil spirits, but the other
day I awoke with a horrible
shock. I realized something that
made me break out into a cold
sweat. I had flown through the
air! Not once but several times.
For the first time I asked my-

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Lt, Com. Laurence M. Breece,
USNR, Surveyor to the Ameri-
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the principal speaker at the
22nd graduation ceremony of
the USARCARIB School tomor-
The ceremony will be con-
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Brig. Gen. Francis A. March,
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self: "Are you crasy? Why did you
do this thfhg?" Why hadn't I
thought to ask these questions
before the pletre? I did raise
one dmall obleas.
When DeMiliU first talked to me
about the role of.Holly in "The
Greatest Shqw on Earth" it
sounded wonderful. Then he came
to the part about flying through
the 'air.
I said, "Goodbye, C. B.4' They
caught up near the out-
skirts of Beverly Hills, I was hid-
ing in a bomb shelter when De-
Mile came in with seven assist-:
ants carrying bear whips from
"The Crusades."
Kidding aside, lots of the credit
for this act goes to the famous
Ringing circus star, Antoinette
Concello, who helped me through
the final stages.
We worked for weeks and every
time I died. I thought the catcher
would never catch me. But I had
to do it. There was DeMille down
there with a shotgun.
Seriously, everyone in Holly-
wood wants to work for DeMille.
But take my advice, shy away
from circus pictures. In this one
DeMille may make a bum out of
Barnum but he's made a wreck
out of Hutton.
We had quite a time in Saraso-
ta filming the picture under the
big top at winter quarters. One
day a discussion arose. Mother
was there. She had just arrived
in town. She saw me 50 feet up in
the air, about to fly, and she
came out to the center ring and
yelled up:
"Betty, you come down from
there this minute!"
"Mother, we're ready to shoot."
"Are you insane? Come down
this minute!"
DeMille was standing patiently
at the camera, no doubt wonder-
ing when he would be able to go
on with his movie, which was
costing him umpteen thousands
every hour.
I tried to tell mother that I had
done the flying act many times
before and finally DeMille came
over and reassured mother that
I was up to the occasion. He ask-
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Another time I thought I would
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say and Candy. They had never
seen me perform my flying act,
So they came in and sat down at
the edge of the ring.
When it was done, I ruled
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"Well, did you like mother?" I
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By Jock Lait
While the 'OCooor Committee was sending out shrill calls
for Abner (Longle) Zwillman, he was living in Englewood, N. J, a
half-hour from Times Square. He came into town and had a drink
with Frank Costello and Tony Bender at the Waldorf-Astoria bar
...My information is that several attaches of the Senate Crime
Committee knew where Zwillman could be found...Had he been
questioned, some Very Important People might have been em-
barrassed. .;For several years, whenever I referred to Longle In
print as having underworld connections, his lawyer Calledhe and
protested: said the master-bootlegger had been going straight for'
years and should not be "hounded" with a past which he had
outlived.. .Other influential New Jerseyites also tried to inter-
vene, one of them the mayor of a large city across the Hudson.
Ethel Merman is holding out for $15,M0 as 'hler ite
for playing "Call Me Madam" in the movie version. The
sales price set by Irving Berlin, Howard Lindsay and Rus-
sell Crouse, who wrote it, and Leland Hayward, who pro-
duced it, is $300,000. They might shade to let Zth-Fox
down a bit more lightly, but Madam Merman says net a
dime less than 150 Gs, take it or don't annoy,
Well, a year ago, Milton Berle paid Dagmar $75 a week at the
Roxy. She turned down his offer of $5,000 a week for the current
engagement. And he "settled" for $7,500 a week.
The "one-minute" memorial tribute to Babe Ruth' in the
Yankee Stadium lasted precisely 48 seconds.
In the re-issue of the 1932 multi-star comedy, "If I Had a
Million," the two sequence that, to me, hit its top peaks, have
been eliminated-the one which depicted the effects of million--
buck gifts to a street walker (Whynne Gibson) and to a nur-
derer in the Sing Sing death house (Gene Raymond) .
Willie Pep, the former featherweight champion, -
ad on his estranged wife, Dolores to seek a reconcilt io,
or at least make a feint, at It. Re wasn't doing too well,
and maybe he led with a right. Anyway, he got bopp4
on the bean with a telephone. Willie got three stliehO
in his scalp. Dolores moved to another hotel. No return
match scheduled.
A Beverly Hills book-store is projecting a Fall gathering pf
best-seller authors. There are only some three dozen alive whose
works have ever been listed in the standard "six best" fiction
and factual works, nationwide...I am in the charmed- little
circle with three ratings, and I hope to attend the conclave. -
*e first best seller in America was a Calvinist tract done in
do s verse; called "The Day of Doom," written by a Malden,
Mi, preacher, the Rev. Michael Wlgglesworth. It sold 1,800
theyear it was published (1602) and it was so sensational
In ~leing the Second Coming that three per cent of the then
NieW ingland population read it... Two centuries later, another
HaIard. man, named Horatio Alger Jr., set up a book-selling re-
cord by writing more than 130 novels, beginning with "Ragged
Dilk," a record not yet challenged by even Erle 'Stanley Gardner.
.'rafs Luther Mott in his "Golden Multittides" (Macnillan) puts
the. Algr total sales at 17,000,000 copies.
ora-* Alger's life story is now In Hollywood for a
Sfilt version. But his life was no moralistitags-to-riehes
p -astwesarry, though he .was a. s t when the
9 1 bug bug a'hkinma..His l, ampbr ge, uos, andlady .
k' u arrived, was his mistress, until he ran off to
rat m ad ite the Wamn spars of a Left Bank gauisette
bt ater he got his degree Later, he lived with a Briit-
hI art student and worried his parsonage family pleat,
R ntil e settled down to his marathon writing. "Harvard,
*kys Charles A. Wagner, In his recent history of our first
uiveiity, "had its Alger; Yale had its Standish (Frank
rri*well), but Alger had more fiction published than all
ple grads combined."
Another best seller (of the 1850s) had a Washington title-it
Was called "Six Nights with the Washingtonians," and scored a
ig hit as a temperance tract. But It wasn't until its author, T. S.
Arthur, editor of "Arthur's Home Magazine." wrote "Ten Nights
ain a Bar-Room," that interest in him got hot. He issued about
00 tles, and there are, so many, of his tracts that even the
LibrAry of Congress catalogue of them isn't complete. By 1880;
"Ten: Nights" had sold about 100,000 copies and was dramatized
on B5way.' Thereafter it was so often satirized that few realized
it was originally a serious story, the "Uncle Tom's Cabin" of

Mike Connolly, in Daily Variety, reports: "Our good ear tells
thgb the Hallowe'en ballet sequence in 'A Tree Grows in Brook-
,'*'-Is really Rspighli's 'Pines of Rome.'" He comes up also with
something I not only never knew, but wouldn't have suspected:
"AznjMiller calls him Daniel Boone. Dan Dailey calls her Annie
I..'4pney." ____
S B-ue of the fired West Point footballers tried to register at
The .tadel, a small college in Charleston, S. C., which will play
krA ry'ov. 10.
'A serial in an English boys' magazine, called "The Sea-cook,"
y meone who signed himself "Captain George North," was sold
it.i author to Young Folks for 30 pounds. A year after it had
.jinihed its magazine run, it was made into a book by Casell, of
0.ondon...The author, who was Robert Louis Stevenson, received
.Q.f "a hundred jingling, tingling, gold-minted quid!" (as he
;,rote. later) for the book rights. The book was "Treasure Island."
It, sold only 5,000 copies in its first year.


The M ll Sai s as gopen fortm fte readers ot The Panama American
itnrs are received gratefuly and are Iandled in e wholly confidential
If yVe ceutriblae a loter deal be Impatient It doem't oppose the
eost day. Letters ore published In the order received.
Pleese- to k the lettmersm Iiltd to one pege I6nBt1.
Identity of letter writes is held I trictest confidence.
This Mewsepo p -efemeo ** raipilbiL fee statements or opinions
apsessed in letters frem reader .

Balboa, C.Z.
Mailbox Editor
P*anama American
Panama, R.P.
To The Lady With Nothing to
Having been long sunk in
hopeless lethargy, regarding the
Comminssary Dress Section, I now
flnd myself raising my head in
feeble interest thoughh with lit-
tle expectation. I admit, of re-
Mf) at the sight of someone
rageous enough to again raise
issue. I do believe there has
no noticeable change for the
beter in the type of dresses, over
Imos on sale there in the past,
there's still plenty of room
I think you are right, about
women disliking to shop
-but where else is there to
't ke it-but we don't have
It! Far from a spirit of
helpfulness, on the
. t the saleswomen or super-
-- -" At "-t 'our head snapped
ft rw ask for information as
w or when you can epedg

to find anything. -Maybe we do
need a couple of saleswomen in
there, fresh from the States,
where courteous helpfulness is
part of the routine training in re-
tail stores; Canal Zone employes.
In this as well as other sections
and offices, having been in a rut
for too many years, appear to
assume a personal importance
entirely beyond their status.
which would soon land them out
of a job. in private business.
As to the commissary emoloves
getting first choice-and the
cream of the crop--well. can you
blame them? When there are
only a few smart dresses, among
a lot of "dogs"-wouldn't you do
the same thing if you had the
chance? So Would I.
Well. I suppose It doesn't hurt
to dream-so here's hoping for
more and better reasonably pric-
ed cotton dresses-and less and
better personnel. IA the mean-
time. I can only suggest that you
do as I and a great many of my
friends do: order them from the
many women's wear catalogs
from the States. Or Just be a
Lady Gdiva

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ed. They are told to call a na-
tional conference late this year
in the U. 8.
They are warned to avoid po-
llticcal activity.
They are onlu to support
the "peace" drives and get
other scientists and college
men to join with them.
They are to talk of a union,
a labor union, of scientists to
push economic demands "to
rai.e scientific workers' liv-
ing standards '
And they are given the tele-
rumbers and the addresses in
the heart of New York City of
two organizations ready to
work with them.
All this. of course. the govern-
ment's security forces know.

Labor NVew.

comment t

By .Victor Riesel

Man's brain can create an
electronic giant' n Its own image
-an electrical brain which can
"read" and react to a micro-
filmed library at 120,000 images
k minute; which can make.out'
a' mammoth factQry, payroll
without the touch of human
hands; whtih can bill a million
big city telephone subscribers
and, In. minutes, crackle through
mathematical problems which
the human brain would struggle
a lifetime tO solve.
The electronic brain can do
almost everything the flesh
and blood kind can except
be disloyal.
Only its scientific master can
corrupt "It" In war or peace.
And since, In wartime. the elec-
tric brain can kill as grandiosely
as it whips out the magic of
peace, the Bovelt; want "It" cor-
So they first seek to corrupt
"It's" scientific human master.
In each nation todty, So-
viet agents are on fust such
a mission. In America, this
awesome assignment is in
the hands of a treasonous
trio of scientists. They met
in Paris last April. Hardly
innocents. abroad, the last
time they saw Paris they
were briefed by a Soviet spe-
cialist called M. Berezn.
This mysterious trio is now
at work.
And your government wants
you to know what their plans
are especially does your gov-
ernment want the sensitively
Intelligent, young and possibly
Underpaid scientists of our Uni-
versities, atomic installations
and experimental stations to
know what .the trio of treason
is up to.
So we start with a special
session of the World Federation
ef Scientific .Workers.
They are meeting secretly In
a closed room of the National
Institute of, Astrophysics, 98
Boulevard ,Arago, Paris. Outside
the trees sway softly in the
balmy Parisien spring weather,
for it is the. morning of April
10, the first of three sessions to
run through the llth and 12th.
Presiding Is a Stalin Peace
prize winner, if you'll excuse
the expressloAl He's the French
Stalinist leader, scientist Jollot-
Curie-detestor of capitalism,
lover of Soviet Communism.
-He speaks slowly so the other
slenIists can follow his.lrench
&n they are from Britain,
a, cz(hosl6vakia, India,
Italy and three from America.
"We have three objectives," he
says. "They are to establish clos-
er international contacts and
exchange of Information with.
scientists everywherer.
'We must organize all scien-
tific workers and eventually.
bring them into' close collabo-
ration with the ;(Cominform's)
World Federation of T r a d e
"We mist encourage scientit-
fic research on peaceful projects
and boycott work connected with
defense in France and else-
where *'
It is explained later that rou-
tine trade unions of scientific
workers 'of. all kinds in every'
laboratory are to be organized
throughout the world.. These
men listening are brilliant. They
know what they have been told.
They know why they have been
summoned including t h. e
American trio.
Immediately, special commis-
sions are appointed-with em-
phasis on the researchers in
America, France, Britain and'
other democratic nations.
Stress is put on infiltra-
tion into institutions and
plants devoted to atomic
.pysis and electronic de-
fense projects. A special "i'n-
formation gathering" com-
mission is headed by Joliot-
Curie himself. It includes.
for the record, J. D. Bernal
and J. G. Crowther of Bri-
tain; Jerome Cardan, Jean
Ouastalla and Pierre Bi-
auard of France: and the
three unnamed Americans.
They are summoned to a sub-
commission session. There an
arrogant, didactic man M. Be-
rezin, representing Soviet scien-
tific intelligence, briefs them.
The need for direct conversa-
tions with Iron Curtain scien-
tists arises.
So a select mission Is peeled
off from the larger group for
Prague-since the French gov-
ernment refused the Sovietized
brains mundane caoltalist visas.
Prgfessors Diral of Britain and
Hahana of France rush to Pra-
gue to coordinate the activities
of Soviet scientists with their
comrades in the West .. and
prepare channels of information
for that Which can be gathered
in our secret scientific depots.
Then the Americans are brief-


NEW YORK. -" Mr. Bernard Baruch's latest
advice to the'American people, given on his 81st
birthday,i was the simple injunction; "Don't
I -expect he confused the pure definition of
the 'word a bit and meant "whine," because
B.M. has been a great bellyacher for many a
Bellyaching has earned him a reputation as
a hard thinker' and a' powerful force for intel-
In the dictionary, "bellyaching" as a verb
largely means "to fret, as .with discontent, to
The old gentleman has, been a fretter at
fooliebhnse ahd a loud'dompplained against
staupldit.9' ait tsa welfat~ of the nation
for much longer tin X tan recas.
That's Ope reason-the,. call him Elder States-
'the nation was founded, on bellyaching, and
the Conlstitution he so much' admires was the
direct-fruiting of a national bellyache.
The Bill-of Rights is an offshoot of bellyach-
ing. .
Free speech is the verbal manifestation of the
We have been a country of bellyachers since
tii4 Boston Tea Party.
r. Baruch is somewhat distrait over the
"40eaed. confidence in government which has
c**ed'a lack of moral and spiritual standards."
Bellyaching on ,the part" of the people at the
pollU next year, if loud enough may be one way
of- putting things right and making a bit more
nationalsense -than previously.
14expect there is a. separation of meaning In
theolf gent's message complaining by Itself
istiiiteOnaugh to reform, but complaining back-
ed :by A. c ion is the answer. '
(, it-takes a pbwer of bellyaching to sponsor
a-lto`!Pof. action and more bellyaching on top
~ot t 9to make the. action stick.
press has been bellyaching constantly
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about a great many things in the last few
years, and without much net effect at the time.
But the cumulative griping at what seems
wrong and dumb and deyious seems to have
aroused a public consciousness to error that is
bound to result in healthy amputation.
There is' even the faint hope that some day
we may lose Dean Acheson if the complaints
keep rolling In, ,
Mr. Baruch cites inflation' as one of the. main
evils to beset the country, and mentions that
the Government's failure to set up strict con-
trols at the outbreak of the Koreai ms6a has
bred an unnecessary rise In prices, and taxes.
I recall him bellyaching aloud for controls
when the war broke out, and. it more people
had bellyached with him we might lbe had
something tougher than thi' fy; 'lede-m6al
attempts' at supervision which owourred long
after the horse was stolen.
Governmental criticism, in final, definition, is
nothing more, nor less than the Individual belly-
ache applied en masse to the elected represen-
tatives, and if the ache becomes strong enough,
they cast out the rascals and the knaves and
set up a fresh regime.
Once you quit beefing the politicians .dig
themselves in almost beyond exhuming, and
then they a it calling it a democracy.
I personally fave been a loud bellyacher at
a great many things and people, and while I
have not reformed the world, I have attempted
to keep some aspects of It loose at-the plate.
That is at least another function ol the com-
plaint: it doesn't give the target time for com-
plete and unassailable establishment.
There is another definition for bellyache, as
a noun: "Intestinal colic, or pain in the stom-
I am quite sure, as we look about us at some
of the doings in our legislative strongholds, that
not even a Baruch injunction can prevent the
people from being afflicated involuntarily with
a deep-seated ache that is entirely non-mental.

Baruch's Opinions
Ru Pt.> Fdinn

yASHHNGTON- (N -When Bernard Ba-
rUch returned from his recent trip to Europe,
he. got ,a call from a New York reporter who
asked for comment on -the burning 6f a Ku
Klx ,Klan cross near -the Baruch Carolina
The demonstration had been accompanied by
sometuncomplimentary remarks by a klansman
on Baruch's ancestry.
A/yway, when Baruch heard about what had
happened at home while he had been away, he
smiled that quizzical smile of his and asked the
re rter if he had ever heard of Balaam's ass?
The .reporter allowed that he had. Balaam
was the Old Testament prophet whose king
wanted him to put a curse on the Israelites.
B~0 there angel of the Lord came In a vision to
the ase which. Balaam rode; And the ass argu-
ed with Balsam.
BCruch commented that this fellow down ih
Coilna had only proved what Balaam proved:
"Amty ass.can speak. But, having spoken, he is
still an ass. "
Daruch got in another historical allusion In
rpfeing to Gen. Dwight D. Elsenhower's new
cr *tfe in Europe as similar to that of Peter
the Hermit.
He was an llth century Frenchman who is
reported to have sold the idea for the crusades
to Pope Urban, and who led the first crusade to
recapture Jerusalem from the Turks.
Some say, however, that when the Holy City
fell 'Peter was back in Paris.
When Baruch was reminded of this. he ad-
jmitted that his comparison to Elsenhower had
not been so good.
Ie- had wanted to compare Eisenhower to
Joan of Arc. but decided he'd better not bring
a girl 'into it. So he settled on Peter the Her-
mint. which he thought would be a nice compli-
ment to EAsenhower's present, second crusade in
If he had the comparison to make over again,
Batruh declares, he would make it to Richard
the onheart.
On General Eisenhower himself, Baruch is as
lihI as always.
Be has known Ike ever since post-World War
I dap. when Elisenhower was a mere major un-
der-Me then Chief of Staff Mal.-Gen. Douglas

Baruch was President Woodrow Wilson's di-
rector of mobilization. Eisenhower always had
the answers.
In Europe today. Mr. Baruch believes, General
Eisenhower has to be the leader through In-
He can't be what Baruch calls "the wicked
partner." He can't go around raising Cain, driv-
ing European military leaders to greater effort.
Mr. Baruch took on some of this role of the
wicked partner during his visit to Europe.
In talks with British, French and Gerqian
leaders. Baruch emphasized repeatedly that the
United States was in no mood to do the whole
Job in Europe.
Since returning to the United States. Baruch
has told everyone that he did not talk politics
with Eisenhower. and never has. Eisenhower's
job in Europe is more important than the Pre-
sidency, he believes.
The whole defense effort both at home and
abroad is moving like glue, Baruch believes.
He is extremely distressed over the lag In air-
craft production.
As soon as the Korean war broke out, Baruch
wanted the United States to start all-out de-
fense production.
He believes that by not doing so, the United
States missed its great opportunity to show Rus-
sia and to stop Russia.
Baruch has long been an advocate of tight,
across-the-board wage and price controls in
time of emergency.
He's also for tighter credit controls and great-
er use of priorities .controls.
While Mr. Baruch has not made full peace
with President Truman. the two men did meet
before Baruch went to Europe. It was at Gen.
Georme Marshall's Leesburg, Va.. home. where
Mr. Baruch was a guest and President Truman
was invited In for an afternoon call.'
Baruch told Mr. Truman, then that he had
noted the President had been conniving with'
the Reoublicans again..
Suspiciously. the President asked how?
Baruel explained It was by getting the Re-
publicans to oppose inflationary controls so that
he Truman could be re-elected.

Any gientist wishing to check. Trade U'nIon&. We know that whose underste dable resent-
can .contact this column. they once sent "science speak- ments against regbgr pay and
We know that these groups ers" into the unions. Now they economic struggle eM can un-
were once "consultative" agen- call themselves "victims of the derstand.
cleA f the Communist Ifnter- cold war"-and they peek to vic- Rut resentment mAgt not be
national's World Federttlon of ttmize their fellow scientists, turned Into treason.

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WASHINGTON. ar some tUn e ho e
have the boas get dut of town so we oolld write. tw s
Particularly, we have wanted to pay our raspeOt td'es
brookt Peler and the other venom pefdlra.
Tne takes the position that he .I paid by h isf
coverV nigton, not write abototwer .S. ..
They're not Important enough and pll l c .- ..,
ae wrote about Pegler, Wulton lgwls;
All you have to do, he says, IiiL t re I'Q i ,l
enough and they defeat themselves w;it. theirr w
and their own spleen. .
That may be true. But we weuig l t-i
the boss is over in Europe spending tno
his, brains ut tring to float fre-wr po
ron Crtain the Russians don't need
gands lAtoe tihis country.
They have their special .atirr Up o
which-is always the No,4 41im of Com tm t pr
Pegler. -
Pegler's column urging the American peopi 6. 4fl d
ernment bonds is something Moscow WoW"bavo iaV'lK
So also his column on tearing down the WnM H
olumn rejoicing on the assassination attemptt .
rruman. PELR,
"If it takes this to remind us that no President oI a hote re~-
son, the cost Is great but the result to wbrth It," Peler W '
Nov. 17, 1950, after two Puerto Ricans shoX the gpards in front
3lair House. .
1"I. wasn't shocked, I wasn't horrified, and I believe that .-ot -
of those who said ano wrote tiat they were, were lias.. "-
"Any mah .who throws in with traitors and gorillas uualet '
the loyal, law-abiding people of the United Statef is askiig fi l
the same kind of treatment.
"As to Harry Truman, at the present stage of. the game, I a a
illing to settle for the impudence, the scare, and the rem=nd
of the scene at Bla r House."
On March 1, 151, Pegler sent this gein of suabvlsive po a '
ganda straight down Moscow'I alley:
"Any corporation...promoting the purchase of Go vnmeat'
bonds on the pretense such bond are good investgentp J either .
pasty to a confidence game or a victim of stupid mnat1t6gaWit. za
either case I am not kidded.
"During World War II the Treasury importuned am to act a
a runner for a swindle which it was operating thVougt th p .al0
of bonds... the Treasury appealed to me to become partner lan
This Pegler recommendation not to,back our boys .ith our
dollars was so raw that many newspapers protested and his'sqn- ,.
dicate finally wired all papers to kill the column.
Shortly thereafter, the syndicate, worried About ithe eOwtstant
stream of abuse that poured from Pegler's pen, got him to takO
a vacation.
"It ought to be destroyed" Pegler wrote of -the White House
on March 28, 1950, "being semi-public and an unsuccessful.i.eqm-
promise between a museum, or better say a zoo and a national '
"It is from the architectural standpoint, inherently moastrzU
and unsuitable," Pegler. said of the colonial mannalop which h
been the home of Presidents since 1825.
"It is symbolic of royalty and privilege and of the verminoug
infestation of the American government by traitors, vile opp=rr
tunlsts-peddling imperial favor and trimming suckers."
The above was not the voice of Moscow trying to'tear -down
a cherished American symbol, but a newspaper columnist wll "1
paid for his writings by American published. .1 ., .
Here are more Int estin Peger qitts.As the boiw
ou. have doIs to aIhfmto a how-hefaebofoMp
less with his own words. ;.- r : .
/ WLLKIE WAS .O.i. .
About Wendel' .iklde, Jan. 12 1951 "HM be"a "e
oaf to say the be't of him, untrue to everything but& the,
of the traitorous regime."
'About Sen. ,obart Wagner of New York, Jan. 13,.'51 --'"A
unsightly ugly faker."
Of Margaret Truman, Dec. 15, '80 "This young woman's
carter has been a minor scandal."
About U.S. voters, Jan. 24, '51 "A dumb, selfish electorate
whose only thought was sock the rich."
Toward forgiveness, Jan. 12, '51 "I understand that there
a rejoicing in heaven when a sinner getl religion, but hell, i lxda,
klis ain't heaven."'
Of the .qrime syndicateWApril 15, '50 "I don't believe th
yndlcate exists outside the imagination of'a few cops Wad rob-
bers, reporters, and some policemen and mayors who are elrth. '
incompetent or crooked." 0
Of the Kefauver crime probe, April 15, '51 "We don't need
any Senate investigation of vice 'and crime, including gambling
and the time and money which are to be devoted to tlls fraul
will be wasted."
Of the Chicago detective, Dan Gilbert, who the Kefauvpc corn.
littee showed to be "Chicago's richest cop" and who was-unable
to explain his $300,000 savings, Pegler said, Feb. 3, 1951 "Of our .
(Kefauver's). disclosure of Dan's wealth acquired through trt .i
in a modest wage, people were given to suspect that Dan had 'hen
up to nefarious works."
Of Mrs.Roosevelt's book "This I Remember," December, 1I41
- "She forgot to remember an episode in her marital .xperiends
with Franklin... Rooseyelt's love or infatuation for anrthear wpm.
an... This was the reason why Eleanor the pgeat was to speak
ast upon the world, a restless,' wondering, professional ble4bg8
heart, butting into political and economic affairs and chuckitl
aer weight about."
Of FDR's grandfather, March 3, '50 'Warren Delno, .grand
father of Franklin, smuggled opium' in the Chia tradea"
Of FDR when he was dying, tn route homk from xalZta. <-"A ,
ee c Fuehrar with on, foot in the grave." ;'. .
On another occasion, writing of FDR '"Sme Democrats y sa
t Is a terrible thing to say such things about a crook because the
rook is. dead." '

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ante una guerra en Corea
Las negociaciones se encontraban estancadas
desde el 27 sin que el Sub-ComitM
encontrara una soluci6n

TOKIO, Agosto 23 (UP) Los comunistas suspen-
dieron las negociaciones do armisticio de Kaesong pero
existen seioales de que la suspension no ser6 de character
A media que pasan los horas, habia evidencia de
que los comunistas han suspendido y no terminado las con-
versaciones de paz.
He aqui los diferentes indi- san a 15 millas al sur-este con
close de que la.s negoclaciones transmislones normales de
no han sido terminadas del prueba cada media hora.
todo: 4.-Aparentemente no ha ha-
1-La radio de Pekin dijo bido ninguna otra comunica-
que las negociaciones para el ci6n formal de los comunistas
cease de fuego habian sido "sus- sobre la iriterrupcil6n de la con-
pendldas el 23 de Agosto" y ferencia que la de los oficiales
no hizo referencia a la termi- de enlace.
naclon total de las mismal 5.-El jefe de sla DelegacOn
2.-Un portavoz de la& dele- de las Naciones Unidas, Vice-
gaci6n de las Naciones Uni- Almirante C. Turner Joy y el
das dijo que no se encontra- resto de la delegacion perma-
ba en posici6n de decir i lsa necen en Musan esperando nue-
interrupcl6n era "total y final". vas 6rdenes y un portayoz di-
pues Kaesong estA conilderada jo que no habia planes de rom-
todavia como ciudada neutral. per las negociaclones en la ba-
3.-LAs comunllaclones de ra- ae allada.
4c me encuentraO abirtas to- &.-El oflcial -de enlace alia-
davia entro l& detlqaed co- do me entvevwt6 con al flcial
,unista y Ia base de avanzada de enlace coutunista de ztro 4e
dU las Naclone,..Unidas tnr MU- Pras J ics*,. ColisnC 0)



Para combatir la deflation hay

que fomentar la production local

Delegado de E. U.
al 'Econosoc' sufre
ataque de corazon
El senior Charles P. Nolan,
de e g a d o norteamericano al
Consejo Econ6mico y Social.
sufri6 un ataque al coraz6n es-
ta maflnaa en su apartamen-
to en el hotel El PanamA.
El sector Nolan fue conduci-
do inmediatamente a la Clini-
ca San Fernando, en donde
se ha informado que su con-
dicl6n es "un poco mejor".
El aeflor Nolan, quien estA
encargado de la secci6n de
Transportes y Comunicaclones
de la Oficina Regional de A-
suntos Americanos del Depar-
tamento de Estado, se quej6 a-
noche de sentirse ligeramente
Al empeorar la condlci6n del
seflor Nolan esta maifana, el
senior Huntington T. Morse, a-
s'axa a~ 'pa s I (col "l

Citadas varias

personas ante

ia hegisIlativa

Express en la Econosoc el

delegado Muiler de Pa.nama

al exponer nuestra position
La Delegacion panamefia hace un pormenorizado
aniiisis sobre el 'problema del alto
costo de la vida
En la sesi6n que realizara esta mafiana la Comisi6n
'Primera, de Preciod y Reservas Monetarias do la Econosoog
el delegado panamefio, don Oscar Muller expuso la peculiar
posici6n de nuestra republica on relaci6n con las medidas
antiinflacionarias recomendadas por el comit6 de experts
reunido en Washington el pasado mes.
En su exposioi6n, el seFor Muller manifest6 que el ca-
so de PanamA result to contrario doe o experimentado en
la actualidad por la.mayoria de los paises latinoamericanoo
y Estados Unidos, pues on tanto que 6stos enfrentan una
inflaci6n, nosotros experimentamos una contracci6n econ6-
m nca, con marcados elements deflacionistas.

Afiadl6 el delegado paname-
fio que nuestro problema se
complica por la necesldad de
importer un alto porcentaje de
los articulos que consumimos,
lo que trae como consecuencia
auwantm U. r costo de la
el deo. inerementar produb-
ci6n local para asi combatir
I i deflacl6n v Yinerar adicio-

El delegado argentino hrh
una larga exposlci6n sobre I"
mkkitos del regimen peronista y
relat6 el process inflacionitft
causado en numerosos pals"
latinoamerioanos por la retog-
ei6n de o vlias en el extra.
sentado a Ia Segunda SesMaI
do la, ECCNOS8c, la deloa-
cl6n panamefia hace un anti

EA 2 3 nale actividades econ6micas. is xhaustivo dl problems
q-...: (UP). El o Bte- s casi seguro que cepten Es en relaci6n con el En la sesi6n, fue designado del alto cost de la vida y el
Sex ediente oro6l6 ico de Nue Orleans in- Decreto-Ley que reform relator el representante de El control de precios, y en el mis-
OS gform anoche quo el intense ec oL, quel rorm alvador, don Catalino Herre- mo e xponen los graves pro-
huracin tropical ue azooa m C mo centr para la Ley del Seguro lrso do mis le rav a
0heron1Jamaica y Tamp aause de la palabra los RepUblica a raiz do la esca*5
zando en direccl6n nor-oeste s undial y Ia delaci6n ocurrids
aspirantes a jubiaciones en La gaci \n la Atosa ".vaP. r- delegados de Mxico, Bras 1,unr
0 1 es a Uoen hacia ,u interior. manente de Ia Asamblea Na- Chile y Argentina, quienes hi- en e1 poder adquisitivo do is
Marejad. as J con olas de me- Vu g cIO sobre la A os clonal clt6 hoy a various abo- cieron hincapi en la impor- poblacion del Istmo.
tMareJadams con 01am do me- gados y personalidades p~bli- tancia vital que representaba "Panama acuma tradicionat-
de'EdU aO n_, ntro y medic ma s alias que las cas para quo emitieran su opt- el aumento excesivo de las re- monte una grave defcliencia en
Se enterio de duca ne predi u bti- Se predice que en la sesi6n de esta tarde sea n6n en rlacin a las refor- serves monetarias provocado larodccin d material pr
El Ministro de Educaci6n, In- n la costameidonal d Te- aceptada la oferta panaeia mas proyectadas a la Ley Or- por a actual emergencies y lama y articulos d subisten
D a Sgeniero RaS erardo J. Bermudez, ae ssao* ha advertu om a lan em- Anica de la Caja de Seguro necesidad de que la Segunda cla -express el informe- los
w I resolver-el otorgamet ntreado os en sus puertos. Fuentes oficiales predijewtn para que trabaje con el Col- ocial.Sesi6n Extraordinria egara a cuale deben mortar en
tauxlios a quo- tenoan de orech r esa mafiana que la oferta de t6e en el intercambio de infor- Asistieron a la reuni6n los recomendaciones efectivas so- consecue i al producire un
tauxUos ap que tes n laub derecho La informacl6n en qUe se Panam para que i ta sea con.- macibn y Ia prevenci6n y con- seflores Ingeniero Juan Galin. bre el delicado problema. -*.. I nonma e columns 6
I nu ISo PaM fuelos aquirse declare supernumea bas el boletin del obseatoro vertida en central international trol de la temnida aftosa do, Ministro de Previsi6n So-
nomb erp t Presidente rari s, tanto por in aciad fue demorada deid a que de divulgaci6n sobre la aftisa La delegacl6n de Panami hi- clal; Eduardo Ritter Aislin, Se-
m President raios, or n add ed cortadas comu-ser aceptada en la 5a. sesl6n zo varias recomendaciones para cretarao Privado del Preside- Cel rose un ca l o a er o
dxo T ore, rante Cfiela sja fisLca come per antigu edad de nicaclones con Tampico. plenaria de la Conferencia Re- un plan positivo de cooperacinr te; Manuel Soils P., Gerenteo ul c
con e1cian pr Decret1 service. n El huracn n azot6 a Tampico gional sobre fiebre aftosa qie centre los pauses y se ofrec6 cu- del Seguro Social; Carlos Ivan
con ae, en e1IDeereto-Le que reposaneon el Deartme con vientos de mAs de 90 mi- ciebe iniciarse esta arde alas 5 mo base par la instalaci6n del Zifiga, Secretario del Ministe-ra
No. ia le 25'd 4' ptlemnbre do to de Estadjtica, Personal .y iars lpoer hura. El doctor Keith L. Kestevrn, Comitd Coordinador. rio de Educaci6n; Marco A. Ro-
190. -d, tlo el ex-Pres- Archivos. seran cuidadosamente an a Ua mJer u jo de unu s Jefe de los Setrvicios Veterina- Durante la sesion de fat tar- bles, Eloy Benedetti, Peter Thu- a
dainoe Ar nulto-, r y su Oa- estudiouras pr jurdo que serao fuern electrocutados rios de la Organizacl6n de A- de, los tries Comif6s que fue'on lien, Di6genes de la Rosa, DI-
blet. Of teD oto-Le, h h formadoa."d Sveru lero Area-al Gral J' V Peron y eea

muerk, por quid 110 so puede Maestros.v calls como si fueran palob de clon sobre la altoa y props Agr-cultura, Comercdo a Indus- les, abogado del LiA. Stlvera yM-
ido pr nexteieble. es a)-Un representante de a I ctrco cido. lim el nomb y Agricultura de l nombrados par studiar. Col el Dr. Lus Alfaro BUENO AIRE aosto 23ambn sabemos que usted no
dectr, dispta re r la Junta Aseoac or de o Educadores. UC bent do rodents d e nuel Maria Vldrs; Galileo fiios cuando es
Corte 'Suprima doJuatla, en bTampico resultarom h e r I d o s blecimiento de un Comit6 cour- sentarin su informe. ha, Ministro do Hacienda y To-

constoa Duede ibeguir ac- .e)-Un representantee de La | de public asistio al "cabHldo', ty de por medio la felicidad del
etuandl. pa d tti a en- Jubnlados. cuando lon vientos:oderribaron dinador que actGee om- central e ha sabldo que don Ricardo soro; Rodrigo Arosemena, Fell- Ambos dijeron que harde esta por eo,
que n eceto n categorlos potes telegr en la p elara el ntrcmbo d infor- Arias Espinosa, ex-Ministro d pe Escobar, Francisco A. i- ste s de pie, ies, cn
camente epo ttro e P revi- terror seorado por tr aes com l fuer palo d c6n sbre la toa y proso Agrcultura,Comrc Indus- s, abgado del Li. Silver Arentin corazones en alto y las vo
aplic1r por inextetente, en vir- d)--Un representante do La "'n' em pj, (# el nombramiento de un experto (Pass a Is FAg. 6. Col. 4 el Dr. Luis Alfaro. BUENOS AIRES, agosto 23. tambi~n sabemos quo isted no

:r6n $poial todr s l08 Aboga. (3) medicos que desegnarn la Lalaco en una caravan del
tud dos .ud dtp legal a Asoclaci6n de Profesor al de I UE enorme cantidads p m aqui nos quedaremos hasta re-

Con un taco ode bueaar caus -- e)-- Unrepresenta de:UsP). sUnonhas- TumocEvstaco m
ando l T- a de eguro ocial... L alumnde pblcoa multitude que al "cabilda lo tique el pueblo felcd ad desee.
ane Bu r n do .abi rt" 15 rganizado par la Con- pueblo dn esta pntria. P .:
rentedel pelaial? Para o efectos dl-esnogl- ferderacin General d Tra- compaeros la consign ho'
Eats ontaro escut pdomiento de Hotel spa in p r iosti uos n- aadre en las a suer ceebr n e no overse adie de qu

Un loven de 15 a.fio de eaad, tue atacado' cn un taco de bl- *r zo notar ln ausenJia de Evi
quremee en L hasten categ6rs capacliar en La Boefsica, el umarchadose La Junta s- Avenid ODie O Movida 9y do e Juel "cabdo abler- aemo d pie, fSoc ris, con
ti6 manan el Hopmtal boar- luego a dcas l qu oesn Bron mo El l euePresidente Peren sali6 del los corazones en alto y las v-
dogas coa6dia Naional d o Palaci oen una caravan d luntadr no e dijo a ama en uprea ten6n de Educa Espejo pidie
ur del neo cando ata rrido y se acost a dormr quen Praria se ha isto obl para miles hasta las 4.45 .m. aqu n udareme LA HABANA agosto 23.-
cad tac d b r pr dando en cama hata er pr ara adopter onusione ada a tomar medidas para la ausena d e p ta se debia a UP. La lucha terna den
el de 20 Albert la tarde cuando padres lo evitar que a los alumnus les "u modesJulioa". er o del prartido del ; o blerno".
edo n a u que Brown teni e neo c de Lae del M tero de Go- nene Rodriguez, ecrearo fuera del saln declases cuya Confederac6n habian traido a tado, Miguel Suare Feran
Sr la a de urdo y un coul de ane el blico ue tod blerno don Armn enral del Alcalde de Pana no s ust a las Eita y la escoltaron hasta su dez, quien acuso al Presden
Bro Los alumn en el cerebro pr o que uo s d do G la cal ummultltud quvo a- Carnaba los Pqu o pueblocarra de trasee.

u tac o a de gravbdad muriendoeata Elaceptadrninso enst Departamento de Salud Pdbl-. Jr., Sfe de la Polscia Secrcta En redente circular que ts- mimto. l cabido comenzo a dato presidential, sino tc mbiea
Avenida 9 de julio hasta el
maana l n orna general de onal, sco arrasco. nmos l gusto d rpcruc las de la Avenida Mayodos los pre- los cand

Imt ao e d 2 maneru L a ra ela Prostibulos ento de A sr Jurido del M steo en parte adelante el Director ente el himno naconal de ra las elecones de 1952.
Howard quen habia ido acu nestra e s pan o e Mgra de la alalda mu- de oblerno y Jusa y Ar- de poEduca rin d edkar que se extendia. uuchrem Fsrnandez qien f
ai9Aa oli, ovaciono a Per6n duran- rs

edo de "asao con ma arm tomar'n en ronldetn l- nca la de la Polca er- ando ore G., Pr r F Inspe ctr Provincial d Educa- Espejo n su discurso pidie nombrado leinstro de Estad
Svende 15 afl Oad, fu i atacad un taco de- tlio d6 a r oa la del o de cl6n e reflrn a te proble- a P n que s presentara a la hace algnos meses
eidete en La o ur6es- liar en La Boasa de e e a, march se La Junta Naciona deTris-en Mov d las rias. ventas y aZ- tarele o a ausenciao cde i que habia renunciado deb a
gas c a i- no deo a e ufam dentr l Cea deo e ditutleron varos unt tvdade los padres don las e- Barto" no pods continuar sin ella.u acttud "cordial y
Hospital o Comuncad ar u publ- A Repreentonad treu n asis- m operiosn dse dreunieron ion Primaria se ha visto obli- i para ir a buscarl y do que LA HABANA agosto 23. -durd
tua e at rde co a dorn el Dr Arturo Tapla, epl araadopt de cruzar ideas acerca damente el clamor d los pa- l. Ch s, "produo edetesta se debia a
cade Cat&t n taco rd, btliar per dsando en cams Ho asta syorer s1 mores en relacI6n co centrae- p evitar que a lod alumnus se lenclu modestia. m ire dob p arluch in berno
el ta owaride,2 s e l berte ea tai cuando spit adoreaa.onquo e nti haca- En reuni6ni efectuada ayer Julio Alcedo, Jefe deInpec- haga dedicar se le permi-I A las 5:35 Espejo anunci6 quedo al descubirt con
o l ee e A ior aeos ode ra o lebrado con ula entidad par enl del tore de Previson Social, Ate- ta de famillrse a "actividades quentre ots cosas. el dirlgen- agrado en lo des Es

.'e Lo radiografis deootraon l.a dmini strac on e ncargado dd G toe el h e*n-erig e n, o ac etro de nuslro coloegos cuybl- tConederaci6n hbiederaclon Gener tado, Miguelrno" y agreg6 Fernan-
S o on al su- que Brown tenia ejcris neo frAc- de La R tinga, ha r Asistente del Mnterioe w donde prarta la pro- eo y privados. de Trabajadores m a l f st: "el deceso del Benador
nU c POT .' de turadowY-un coigulo de sanipe el pdblino que todavista o bierno 5' J1uticia, don Arman- General del Alcalde de Pana- finalidad no se ajusta a Ians Evita y la escoltaron hasta su dez, quien acuso al President
Browu en el cerebroa, p t 1 fl ue putestudlando Ian c do Mreno ., y a la cual mp, umbert Fasano, Inspec- obligaciones educativas de a- asento. La multitude estuvo a- Carlos Prio Socarras do tratar
t B rn e cS b ao., e a te d Ianlq ureorio iesta ndasdfneorepresentantes del tot de Trabajo, Hector Valdes lunos y maestros". plaudiendo durante mis de un deo ha ipo interpret n o omo -
eo vedad mur end ta sido aceptada nng al, D eprtamento de Salud P Abli- Jr., le t a Policia Sercta, En reciente circular qu t- minute eddo el trcabildo acrmenz6odat. presidential, sin ta Ci
.0. m a de alae 8. ni en forfnanprovim3 d Iua lfiasOadI General do Na onal, Fiuacisco Carra-co. nemos el gusto do reproducir, las 5:37 cantando todos lam pre- f los candidates senatoriales paL-
Hoard.yquiena hu 8. nido e manors t dofi VLa n! que e TrabajoJ 0[lDopartamnento de Asedar Juridico del Ministerio en part, adelante, el Director sented el himno national de lra las elecciones d 1952.
SHoward. quien hrbia sideou r delberacloe eno M*rslA de Ia alealdia mu- do loblerno y Justicia y Ar-de Educaei6n Primaria I el Argentina.
n rdo do 55 co Pm ezknin Y do I&Poliela Secre- hl&Mo Moreno G.. Prir'er eF- Inspector Provincial. de Educa- Espejo en su discurso pidi61norbrado lnstro de Estado
morta l t con una atna to itaran encos pIna- ta, me scord6 suprimir todas las ctltar- del trio Ce c6n me re leren a este proble- a Peran que so presentara a la hace alginos memose a8gUa
.raldme encu e ntrad boydo- gunte espeele.p ,a s de eta ti n ape- bh~rr y .. chd. ma de las ribas, ventas y ac- reeleeci6n como candidate del! quo hbia renunclado debido
JUL. Watt que me le bes iansa na- Junta Naclen Wi 4. rando dentrde l ra do I&8a diimutleron varioe untos tivldades amimlares en lo a em- Bartido Peronista Y a Evita I que mu actitud "cordial y
d t e e cluddd dentptanca. en relacincon cuelas en trrminodquo con- que aceptara ser proclamadatos" hsca fallecido di-
D.. c me. l~rdo con"deelsr'clor A CmeLcionsda reunion asia- Is operaci6n de cass de cita. mideramon sintetizan anropla- candidate a la vice-Presiden- g e nto opo duaede
DO moon. d er- torot0plDr.bArturol to dpo-ICodendeacruza.,aIdeaseeerca damente el clamor de roe pa- cier. Chnlo,
40 L wdeQd hnbla aeffi'emm Circulaci6n er Miniateric do do la forms on c,"e podris to- drca de familla contra este vi- Entre otrcs eosas. el dirigen- agrado en los distintos meota-
..b0vow -1m "M le.,ncarg1o d AIAP'"el a .-.n.v.irato dc c1o de nuestros eolegios p1bli- to de la Confederac16n GenerH1,,res de.1oarno"y
,a, YWA W .1la M ti-ven rea;. m fo-fi a-% done e pn Wi'a la pro-p- emy privados, de Trmbsjadores m a n i f e st6: "el doceo del Senador
0.1 -e'Ml Ne"10 o1597., Diretor del tuMn,o en condlciones sani- Dice U1 Ia parte pertinen- "1abemos. General, que nuestro ha e do interpreted Ca .IO
.. ...d ,- .. d4 -tfPn a b a e J I ua F g. U oL Si pedido entrala sacrifice,. pero .i'a a ,Cg.
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retiraron los rojos

las conferencias

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En nuestro editorial de anteayer, como en
otros, pusimos enfasis en,el serio peligro que cons-
tituye para la ganaderia en general la propaga-
ci6n r:i la fiebre aftosa. Al referirnos a la impor-
tante conferencia que sobre este asunto se estA lie-
vando a cabo en Panama con representaciones de
diversos paises dijimos que es absolutamente ne-
cesario que se comprenda la grave amenaza que
significa esta enfermedad. Asimismo se hizo refe-
rencia en ese articulo a las multiples dificultades
confrontadas en otras parties, especialmente en Me-
xico, para prevenir y combatir la enfermedad.
En el caso mencionado en el parrafo anterior
se present el inconvenient de que las comuni-
dpdes campesinas no siempre colaboraron con las
autoridades mexicanas en el sentido de extirpar
el mal y, por el contrario, obstaculizaban la labor
de estas ya que ocultaban los animals enfermos,
acaso por considerar muy exageradas las medidas
dictadas por el gobierno.
E Esa actitud aparente y falsamente defensive
del campesino se debe, indudablemente, al desco-
nocimiento de la grave enfermedad y sus terrible
consecuencias. Lo ocurrido en Mexico perfectamen-
te puede suceder en cualquier otro pais ya que la
gene del campo, por explicable ignorancia, pro-
cede en forma similar frente a cuestiones de esta
Para reducir la ignorancia aludida es necesa-
rio una vasta campafia de divulgaci6n acerca del
problema en sus aspects preventivos y curativos.
Seria muy convenient que la C*mferencia inter-
nacional sore la fiebre aftosa que se esta reali-
zando en Panama adoptara una resoluci6n en ese
sentido, a fin de Ilevar al conocimiento general de
todos la trascendencia de este asunto.
Esta campania de divulgaci6n debe hacerse en
forma absolutamente met6dica y con demostracio-
nes grificas para impresionar a los ganaderos en
gener.'.. i'or supuesto que debe tomarse en consi-
deraci6n el ciecbo e que para lograr el mejor exito
de la campafna'ie*qpeita moldaia. a j. a ptitHu-
des intelectualmeite reducidas de la gene dei cam-
po. Es decir, lo que miss urge no son las explica-
clones meramente cientificas sino aquellas que mis
graviten sobre la capacidad de comprensi6n de las
comunidades campesinas.
D)espues de alguin tiempo de estarse instruyen-
do a los pequeiios ganaderos, lo mismo que a los
grandes industriales, seguramente se lograri una
mayor colaboraci6n colectiva con las autoridades
en la lucha contra la fiebre aftosa.


La famosa GLO-COAT

gcllA aPIAR e

ahora es

El bellisimo lustre que da a los
pisos la Cora impermeable
GLO-COAT seconserve aunque
despues se limpien los pisos con
paifos hurnedos. Porque ashora
GLO-COAT Johnson's es abso-
lutamente impermeable...ydu-
ra cuatro veces mAs.
Lo unico que tiene que hacer
es aplicar GLO-COAT. Se seca
en veinte minutes y deja un
bellisimo y reluciente acabado.
Usela en pisos de mosaic,
lin6leo y madera. Pare mayor
economic, compare un tamanio
grande. Pida GLO-COAT hoy




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de WASHINGTON Panbmericana B
1.090 Kcs
El personal de Drew Pearson dice: Los mejores propagan- HOT JUEVES
distas Rusos son los columnists norte-omericonos. 3;s0 Don Quakero A.M.
WASHINGTON Desde soro ie pidio que me hice- cortesia de Avena Quaker 6:03
hace ya algun tempo, he- ra soclo do este crimen." 3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
mos estado deseosos de que Eata recomendacion de dirige Rene Santos
el jefe se largara de paseo Pefler de que no' respalda- 4:00 Notleiero 8:30
para asi powder nosotros ea- ramos a nuestros soldados cortesia de los Almacenes 6:45
cribir lo que nos viene en con nuestros d6lares fue "Pereira" 7:00
gana. tan oruda que muchos pe- 4:15 Dedlcetorlas 7:30
Especialmente queremos pre- riodicos protestaron y su 6:00 Vibraclones del aire 7.45
s.ntarle nuestroA- respetas a un Sindicato cablegrafio a to- por Nacho Valdes 8:00
tal Westbrook Pegler y otros dos los peri6dicos para que 6:15 La Novela Admiral
Lraficantes de veneno. mataran la noticia. Eduardo Arenales 8:15
Nuestro jefe dice que a el le 'C'riesia de la Muebleria
pagan para escribir sobre Was- LA CASA BLANCA "Casa 8parton"
hington y no contra otros pe- 6:30 La Novela Admiral :30
riodistas. En cuanto a la Casa Blan- "Eduardo Arenales"
Parece que no son lo sufi- ca, Peler escribi6 el 28 de 8:45 Dricula, "El Hombre 8'45
cientemente importantes y que Marzo de 1950: "Esta debie- Vampiro" 9:00
el pfiblico se sentirA aburrido ra ser destruida, ya que es r'*.'r atlzacion. cortesia 9.30
si Pearson describe sobre Pe- una formula fracasada, me- de "Autos Omphroy" 10:45
Fulton Lewis y orge ca de museo, o digamos 7:00 Lueho Azcarraga 11.00
gler Fulton Lewis y eorge zoolgico, y Palacio Nacio- 700 iucho Azcrraa
Sokolowsky. IOCe yque y su Organo 11.15
Todo lo que uno tiene quei cortesia del Ron
-hacer, dice Pearson. es leer a "Desde el punto de vista Carta Vieja
estos caballeros durante algun arquitectonico, es monstruo- 7 15 La Novela Camel 11 30
tiempo y ellos mismos se de- sa e nadecuada," decia P- Lasos de Odlo
trotaran por medio de su in- gler refirlndose a la man- dramatizacl6n, cortesia de 11:45
cunsistencia y mal humor. 9 sion colonial que ha sido la Cigarrillos Camel I
Quizas sea eso clerto, pero nos casa de los Presidentes de a de r
gu.taria aclarar que mientras Estados Unidos desde 1925. dramatlzacl6n, cortesia de
nuestro jefe se encuentra en El Agulla Imperial 12:00
Europa gastindose su dinero v 'Esta, (la Casa Blanca), 7:45 La Voz Emocional '
rompiendose la cabeza tratando es simbolica de la realeza de Betty Williamson P.M.
de enviar propaganda del mun- privilegios e infeccl6n dei cortesia de Rhoda 12:15
do libre detras de la cortina Gobierno de Estados Unl- 8:00 El Diarlo de una Mujer
de hierro, los rusos no necesi- dos per los traidores, viles dramatizaci6n, cortesia de:
tan ningun globo para enviar- oportunistas que trafican en Almacenes La Aurora 12:30
nos propaganda a nosotros. favors imperiales explotan- 8:15 Dos cancione y un poema
Los rusos tienen a su espe- do a los tontos." Carlos M. Porras
ciai inspirador de odios y des- y Anita Villalaz
confianza- que es la meta co- Lo que aparece escrito 'ortesin de Max Factor
munista- en el Sr. Pegler. arriba no fue la voz de Mos- 8:30 Presentacl6n personal de 1:00
La column de Pegler pidien- cu tratando de acabar con Los Kikaros 1:15
dole al pueblo norteamericano un simbolo norteamericano, 9:00 Mujeres Entre Rejas 1:30
que no compare bonos del Go- Slno ia obra de un colum- dramatizacion. cortesia de 2:00
bierno es alg por lo que Mos- nlsta a quien le pagan muy Casa Angelini 2:36
cu hubiera pagado millones. blen los directors de los 9:15 Los Trovadores :
Lo mismo pasa con la co- perl6dioos norteamericanos. RomAnticos
lumna de Pegler soore la det- dLo Galante
truccl6n de la Casa Blonca e 2:45
regocijAndose por el atentado
contra el Presidente Truman. t
PEGLER Y EL ASESINATO t o r ort 3: 00o
"Si esto es lo que cuesta e 4O 11
recordarnos que ningfn to e A 3:. 5
President es una persona
sagrada, el cost es elevado ctO
pero el resultado lo vale,"
escribi6 Pegler el 17 de No-
viembre de 1950, despuis pasa .
que dos puertorriqueios .
mataron dos guardian fren- it I
te a la Casa Blair. V ato i
"Yo no me senti conmo- r ., pat x i
vido; ni me senti horrori-
zado; y creo que la mayo- "o m "."
ria de las personas que di-
jeron y escribieron que lo PRO IM
estaban son unos mentiro-
sos... Cualquier hombre que.
se confabula con traldores la
y gorilas contra el leal y. y i
respetuoso pueblo norteame* e preocupaclones para n9sotros, igtnos (inicamente cin
ricano, estA pidiendo el mi4 '. a do6 f cpando desea viajar y alga la vida, normal hasta In
mo tratamiento. En cuuW i el difa de alpartida, nues los pormenores de su viaje los
a Harry Truman, en Is pre. arreglaremoi nosotros gustosos, sin cost extra para Ud.- esp
senate etapa del juego me iMf
gustaria transar por el mie- 001o
do y la lecci6it de la esce-
na en la Casa Blair." Ap
El lo. de Marzo de 1951, Calle #3 Telifonos: Ca
Pegler public esta pieza de Paque 2-2008
Propaganda s u b e r- de Lesseps BOYD MTHgSf IN. 2-2009
siva: 'Cualquier corporacln 7 d
que promueva la compra de Jul
bonos del Gobierno bajo el pri
pretext que esos bonos son josO
una buena Inversl6n,o es CUANDO EL SOL UEMA re
part de un juego de eon- L satL
fianza o victim de una ge-
quier caso, a mi no me en-
ga)an. N 4fSA7
"Durante la segunda gue-
rra mundial el Tesoro me
propuso que actuara come
corridor de una estafa que
estaba operando mediante
la venta de bonos -. el Te-

PREMIO: B/. 100.00

Abattoir Nacional, S. A. abr Of eon no para eoqe
area de fabrica y el leosa 4iadevtt paca par tei
anunclar sus produotos, a sabeir, Jaone, salchihas, to.
noo, manteets, abon6s y demise protol eW u Mat4nro
dustriaL prow
El lema no deberi tener mAis do trew (), palabras en
pafiol, de fAcil retencl6n. Adems.' tanto el ieIo de aIs
area de fAbrlet comn el lemas deberin set originals. no
nfundibles con otros en upo o ya registrados.
Los proyeetos deberAn ser enviados con seud6nimo at
artado 714, Pan a las ofeiinas de la socledad en Is
le .15 Este No. 2 altos, a mas tardar el 6 de Septiembre
La Junta Directlya de la sooiedad, en su sesl6n del dia
lel mismo ruesa de Septinmbre, eeogtdr el trabajo queoa a u
eio meresea el premlo, trabajo que quedara siendo, de
opledad de la empress, y podra rechasar todos los traba-
presentade *sl en su concept no reunen las condiciones
queridas. El concursanto favorecido debera identificarse
PanamA, 21 de Agosto de 1951.



"El Capitan


Aventuras !

Piratas! Lindas Mujeres!

.Un progroma estelar en la radio

La Preferida en Todo*I Mundo
P,,. e. ..... ..IM. tB,d ..

A toda hora son buenos !

Los barras de


le de d el% en rapklamente las energias
perdiilas en sus horas de trabajo o
di version!


La fred [Panamericana'




;.. tia Caras laterales blaacaa que
permanecon blancas. Venga y Tes I&

/ f


y^- seas .ss oe
proecioa. porq fwaaw 'Muia.
pewff dItal i ddad u'; di4a
qte cusado .1 equipe 44. s
auomm6yil. caiesi eporain,.
epyicfiquelas Plims Auas 'U
Original do Fbricw

* OPIRACIONS 1co01111Wic$

especificar Is Pious Auto-Lite
Originales de Ftbric pera el
equipo do u atom6ail6 porqum

Calle "H" NO. 34
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Ianut mas bOmaa que outed ha vito.

Aprtode 1913, Psnmi


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CW 0

El Hit Musical de Hoy
Los Panamericanos
Miueoa deude el hotel
El aPMma
Frapada y su musica
Vandad musical
El Clanconero Nocturnal
Mutaica sin palabras
Buenu nochea


Buenos dias
Almanaque de ha
Notielere RPA
Musica para ea desayuno
)Sberes de =I tierrs
Notieluw RPA
Su melodia predilecta
Fiesta en Manhattan
La Discoteca
IHablan los astres
con Aptinea
Cantares (le Mexico
Los elasifleadoe del aire
Noticlero RPA
El mundo del vals
La Novel Matinal
Entre dos Amores
Cuba, su music y
sus compositores
El Fakir Urbano
control remote). Cortesia
de la Empresa Mayo
Serenata espafiola

cortesia de "La Hora"
Lncho AscArrasa
y su 6rgano
cortesia de la FAbrica
Nacional de 8alchichas
Varledad musical
Los boleros de moda
Cantares de America
Orquestas de sal6n
Seadast musicales
con Anoland
Cort. Ef Aguila Imperial
Su novel favorite
Un Grite en Ia Noche
cortesia de Kelvix
Moment romAntico
con Ovidio Rodriguez
Entre dos Amores

F U r uCUlU -AImRRA"q1qeWr I

Sociedadtde Ing lI

04 .I
escogido Ing19 ge
A eus concisisim. legti c s
nieros y Cone0jalb q06 utw
Ittgr. Francie U
Don Carlos M. tmria, 8re- solloltar me
tarlo Interino dcl C-fisejo I ldente a
nicpl do PanamA,. nos bI de .
rem tido pars &u ublcail6e Is zW K
las conclusions a que Ueg Oe at
las comslaonue conjuntas do 0 Of
Socliedad de Ingonier 7.
Consejo Municipal, al astudAdad ;' .
el caso de la separate d qu nos,
Ingeniero Francisco Lpeo e de
del targo de Ingnlero l
pal. :
Las sigulentes ion los con-'
La & comisionu delgnadat Een
or la Socedad Panaift4ft t"' efien ro a:
?ngenieros y Arquitectoa y r el fituro a
el Honorable Conselo, Mumtl- nmisma' fora mIr
pal .para estudiar el caso de el mismo t 6tn
la eparacl6n del Ing. "F =- 'hah sidQ el lI-
cisco 4lpez F. del care o de blqs qonceji a t.
Ingeniero Mutcpal han lie- pit. '
gafd. a las sltu entes conclu- o.-_-Xsta. '.
slones: su final aprobacn 'do ser
lo.-Duepues. de estudlar lon sometidas a la Sqedad .
cargo que pudlerqn motivar la ikaftafla de Ingenloders Ag-
separaclon del Ing. pe P ., tectos. y al l onorable p .
as ha podldo establecer que Jo Muicl .
el Coneejo actud ba1ndWpO u +- Por la lidad Panapefia do
nicai nate on reseoitimi_.t M TIhftqutro y. Aiqultecto..
causados. nor declaraclone de (Firfta :os):
indole personal on contra deo Horacio lir Jr. .r
algunos eonfejales. lot cuales Inocendlo Galland .V.
atrlbuyen ellos al ex-funciona Horsolo Aliar Jr.
rio, tal coma conita on el Ac- P or e Hoaorable. CohseJo
ta de la 8sei6n del Conce o del Municipa. .,
14 do agoato de 1961. (Er(pado ):
2o.-De iacuerdO n cat, en aso A.slam
dirigida a la Socledad Panasmi- Alfanso nrs
fia de Ingenieros y Arquitectoa, .
el Ing 6 p.orP. no. ale p ,'r
restituido Ia 8u, puesto'; ya que
considers- iue no p.dtfs tra-
bajor. eficIentemeteo por las 41-
fereea anQta4 '.coni; Con
ejo Mutiiepa; torque deseas
quedar eg. plena lbertad pars ,
proceder con relaci6n ta
diferencla, en, l, fonta, qu
mis estimate, convenient.
3o.--El honorable Consaeo.
Municipal como demostracion
de sus elevados- propdqlto pa-
ra I eficiente admutaistraci6n
e independencia de la Oficlin
de.-Ingenteria Municipal, debe.- .




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l amsi r.e em dsa ".s sod. l J*nese atrevian a mos-
sot_ ( elk l aree Indar qW|J fu6 Id-a haxta e seentoncee
SS dar Soea, ei lap 4deame tiaL bpombros. Y
..i ..lus loeu de t16 r m bats.ate m atretlvaa .
'FEW I. La **,e. Se a fiotografia wa
.t*f ablr 'Usi o brasyi. Sin embargo, no
a roiomdom ift. t gta uile sit.ue continia umando
Mte elo Jtat oam usm elatas' gas el yftu .ne ia deje desnu-
MM do 1 Is MOva a daa. im fin, ana chia bien por-
d hith, s oa :ste azotica. 2an cooist que nos ensefina hata
Ile n a oa- oeres. La.Us Maalifa eran el ultimo gtito de la
ls bolmia. Batateo h chp. vewdad?

Conia en Washington' q'

pania- dari baSes navales
areas a Estados Unidos


td'. de )eaensa
a ofipiales mill-
SJA nLel6n mill-
;aci6. El gIupo
o ya para veri-
oi bd m ia i -
tlnonzabildad do

el usidq, bas spsolas w-por
los EladOa Vi.. .
li dianto Ala t Forrest
P. dhBrman a&l esta nego-
ciadconfe con Franco el mes
pasado7 antes de mprir .repen-
tinamente en NA pol~ zatas
negoclaciones mtmares con
France han sldo acremente cri-
ticades y muy mal. recibldas
por 16s funclonartos. clvles de
-los gobierpos britindcoh y fran-
ceaes y otras naclones del Pacto

En nobwequior
.- flas

a la reunin de la


del Atlintico, pero los altd off-
liUes militares de eatog nismnod
paises se entlende q"e favore-
cen tales zNpgoclconki.. .
Aunque cualquler pJcto con
Franco quedara ruera del pacto
del Atlantlco, se beneflciar&n
las otras'naciones al. tfeer los
Estadom Unidoa babes navales y
areas en FpaiN. BEte tipo de
allanzK bilateral permitiria a-


;i 'ACEIjr V.Qe.rI,. .
bevuelve. log oablo.s su
primitiveo color, hayanl sido
6utos rubiog, castaos
0 negros.
No es bocivo No mamch i
Es un product de caldadd.
De vents: Agencias CentraTe"
(antes Novedades Antonio)

Estrllase con un
camion un avion y
FORT DIX, New Jersey, a-
goto 2 (UP). Un testigo
declar6 que el aVi6n de propul-
si6n a chorro, F-80 "Estrella
F uga"& al, eatrellarse contra 54
soldadzo en un bosque de pine
en que s eqjercitaban en comu-
nicaciones, "parecia una bola
de fuego".
El soldado raso Joseph Su-
zanaky manlfet4 que todo Id
que vieron fue *una mass de
fuege que .e arrojaba sobru
e1los. Murieron 12 soldados y 21
quediron heridoa. El soldadcd
manifesto que todom los muer-
tos e Seacontraban en un ca-.
mi6ndel ejrcito.
2I fuegq rode6 a los solda-
cd* por tidas parties, murien-
do inmedlatainerite'10 y 2 des-
puds de la medianoche, que-
mados cati. enteramente.
, lUtiuma ~tioi rooibidaus n-
dioan. quie e n-umeo ade uer,
toe ha subld boy a- trece.

gregar -las tropas eapaftolas de
Franco a las otras naciones en
caso de un ataque ruso.
Aunque el Departamento de
Defense no ha hecho menci6n
sobre que bases serian utiliza-
das, se menclona como poai-
bles bas las de Cadiz, Carta-
gena, Ferrol y Santa Cruz de
Tenerife para posiciones nava-
les y la de Barcelona, Lugo,
Madrid, Sevilla y Valencia para
-operaclones ereas.


(----"- -s- r
afora para eta. c me reciben len I

rIedaccidn Socia1/
Teleloeo 3-1W HORBAS :; a :1:00 a.m. Apartab



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ara agasaJar al seo~r don:
Ju o Ernesto Heurtematte y
uekora dofia Gladys P de HetO-
tematte, quienes procedentes de
Waphington, D.C. pasan una
corta temporada en la capital.
y. para despedir al seflur don
Juan Navarro y seftora dofia
alJrtela Obarrio de Navarro.
quienes siguen pr6ximamente a
Buropa en vtaje de placer, un
grdpo .de sus amistades ofrecle-
ron anoche en la residencia del.
Dr. J. J. Vallarino y su distin-
guida sefnora Dofia Isabel Espt-
nosa de Vallarino, un espl~ndi-
do agasajo.
La sefiora Graclela Estripeaut
de Garcia de Paredes ofrecerA
esta tarde en su residencla en
Paittlla un T6 en honor de la
seftorita Carmen Cecilia Chia-
ri, con motlvo de su pr6ximo
zmatrimonio con el caballero
Raul Arango Gasteazoro a fines
de la present semana.
Para despedir al sector Max
Delvalle y sefiora Ivonne de
Delvalle, quienes siguen hoy pa-
ra Europa en vlaje de recreo,
el seftor Eduardo D. Maduro y
sefiora Julieta M. de Maduro
ofrecieron anoche en st iresl-
dencia un esplindido buffet al
que fueron Invitados un peque-
no grupo de sus amistades.
Te y Juego de Cartas
En honor de ia sefiora Maru-
Ja de Ortiz de Zevallos. quien
pas una temporada en la ca-
pital, la seftora Delia de Akin
ofrecerA esta tarde un ti segul-
do de juego de carts. Amistta
un pequeflo grupo de amigas.
Buffet Dansante
Circulan Inviticiones para un
espl4ndido buffet danzante que
nfr~ivrAn el siefor Carlos Fi-

surido compelo d

Articulos Para Perros

* Collares


" Bozales

Piatos para omida
S Poinillas Cepillos
, y ran varledad de Jo uetes

1-9aa r e alod
Ave. Tivoll No. 1I
TeL 2-3807

brega y aefora MUMarita L6-
pez de FAbrega. !n "celebrac16ii
de los Quince Afle d& su hija,
sefiorita .A80@ FAbXoga L6pez.
maftana vierges en- lo. salone.-
del oolf a las ocho de
la noche.
Ten honor d -
En honor de ia seflorita Blan-

ca Vasques, quien contraerk
mptrimoniQ manana con 'el Dr.
Joaquin F. Franco Jr.. la seno-
ra Lola de Tejeira, la aesfora
Telva Garcia de Stansiola y la
setforita Angela Morales ofrece-
rAn esta tarde un T6 en la re-
sidenfcia de la sefiora de Tejeira,
al que han aido invltadas un
grupo de sus auidtades.

El c mll .5. PAsIllo "Helena" -. M
El 9dohey pentl-er. .
6. Danza "Lite" --
Programa del, concerto que El Director, rel
ejecutari la Banda Republicana rdo Chaet,
hoey ueves, a las 8 p. m.. en el
Parqde de Santa Ana:; /
1. Paso Dole "allito" -
L6pez. CAw"o,
2. Zazue "Los Gavilanes- do do
3. Poema "Una Noche en Ca- pWa hOmbos y W AUIsm
talayud" Luna. l l 1oCAMML Im I bmmfft.
4. Valse "Los Patinadores"- M One6bast n -a ds "MI




Iniciard la rmds colossal
S" y estupenda




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Aqw estU....y de qui maneraL



Prclos EspeidesW



Ropa interiorr

ST a quo nuestro clima tropical exige una diets pobre en grasas
do origem ninhl; quo para mantener nuestro cuorpo an major estado
do salud so debe cocnar con grases vegetalee?


CAMBIOS PRECISOS. Fordomatic ofrece camblos preclsos
y seguros en los nmomehtos necesarlos. Los camblos auto-
Smticos proporcionan la fueraa necesarla sn intermitenclas.

lamente se necesita presionar mAs fuertemente el acelera-
dor y aumenta Ia velocidad sin hacer cambio ... quo
me hace automitlcamente!

* Y Ford ofrece docenas de otros adelantos .. la suavidad
de uno de Camblos AutomAtieos lo econ6mico de un
IlIlaje sin intermit3alas (de los V-8 o 8ets) y la
seguridad de frenos Inlgualados.

FACIL 8ALIDA DE PELIGROS. Es mAs facll que nunca
sallr de arena, tierra o lodo, con un Fordomatlc par su
trasmisl6n especial.
Ud. puede pagar mds pero
,i no comprar mejor que un

Vimga por una "Prueba dte Manjo"


i9p*Oi 4 iAIM Az T~Z4331l

., -


ha recibido hoy

Finsimaos medics marc KAYSER
en los colored de ahima moda

Sheerlon 51-15

1 par B/ 1.75, 3 pares 5.00

Ballerina 51-15

1 par B/ 1.95, 3 pares 5.50

Evelon 60-15

1 par B/ 1.95, 3 pares 5.50

Avenida Central No. 67
"Articulos de caldad a precious rasabl"



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I1-Madep preclosa.
4-Que Ito tiene pelos.
22-Animal con plumas.
13-Refugio de desvalldos.
4 :-Circulo rigido de metal o
30---Ladr6p al descuido.
17-.-FIguras geom6tricas.
9-8alutacidn romana.
P10-Prenda de mujer.
!4-Hoja de lata.
IS-Novillo menor de dos afios.
i0--fi8ora de calidad.
3--Terminacl6n de diminutive
5--Pronombre singles.
O-Prqto tropical.
I8-Operacion arltmetica.
41-Cludad de loo Estados
43-Indies norteamericanos.
45-'.-atural de Iran.
47-Terminacion de diminutivo
48-Del verbo devorar.
&O-Haces alusidn.
$3-Puraoi6n eterna.
4--De pequefia estatura.
#&-Ave domn6tica.
(7-Articulo, PI.
j8--char sal.
99-Nota musical.
1-Expendio de bebidas.
2-Alga filamentosa.
l-Poblaclon de Filipinas.
4-lvisiones de las casas.
--Medlda china de longitud.
--Sensacidn del olfato.
-qr-emuevo Fa tierra con el
j Obrra ap11ter.
; l--Reglonea.

22-Polvo de rocas.
28-Flojo, doecuidado.
29-Cremas que se forman en
algunos liquidos.
29--Capital auramericana.
32-Nombre deo mes.
34-Pensar much en una ctaa.
37-Arboles oleaceos.
42-- xtensiones de agua salda
44-Iala del Pacifico.
49--tiombre de mujer.
50-Modida antiluo de longitud
51-Repetici6n de asnidcl
5--Cloruro de sodlo.


tine los

meises ptgrmas
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Tandas: 1:30, 3;25, 5:15, 7:00, 9:00 p.m.


,I :

X. a

Report Semonal

El Mercado de Arroz-
en lot, Estados Uridos

Durante la ultima semand *Il
mercado del arroz continv6 dd-
bil ya que la etacidn 0eea a-
presuro .a madur de co-
secha y las ofertas pira la
misa sumentaron, de acue.
do con informal del DportA-
mento de Agrlcultura doe ata-
das Unidos.
Los maolnoe ostuvioron on.
viando el resto do sus r mrvas
de ia copeoha anterior al nmer-
cado commnaron a ofra]or
la nuova coaeohb parsa p ntga
dentro de din diesa. La ol.
acoqpos del nuevo Zeith ba-i
Jaron 50 -centavos por quitar
en sagunos .molais de Lout-
La copdi 164 de la nueva
ooieuha bacia prineiplas 'do a.
gosto indica que habra una
producci6n "record" de 43,109,-
000 quintales. De esta canti-
dad, 33,406,000 quintales soe Op
cuentran en el cinturn del sur
y 9,703,000 en California. En
el cinturon deO Bur, se calcula

N A N k~*

a eAbenleo hIeibe Iaul-
,r4 cTecba de IM1% 9 r
1 ypor olento mayor quO ae
IM y 7 cr elto m qu
d di ej M.
Squ el promedlo de 141

31 Goblerno anuncl6 *l i
de AgIOto el precIo 4w W
de la coecha da 18l peor re
.1 d tolo basico de sostt pr

pr ai llgulentes I
el arroz entero de
tes variedades Re
Bluebonpet y Nira
;por Ulbl; ei Forj
y Edith, .0897; el
nolla. ZenitM, Preh
Wriht, .02; EAi

A LAS 8:30 P. M.

MARINA RODRIGUEZ--Canclonera Cubana
C SALCEDO-Vyentriloco .
JiSUS OMASA--Carnto spaftovles
OLINDO QUARAGNA--lIrwtor Aniluador.
En la pantalUa: UN 8 0ER 3O DOBLEl! -.
L- lN MJor a sZajtac --

Avenido Pter He. 10 (tf lado d6l teetre Iris)

I ---,- -


1:15, 3:10, 5:05


Un duelo do p*en14 desnfrenadeis...
Inddmiwt pasid do fueg y dolor...!

1:15. 3:10. 1:05
7:00, 9:00



I nw that







S Y T por puato, legamo a
)z C de l Qobornador. RubO O 1-
lunos brindis, lue fuaron dt-
corado con at bentiless de la
familiar Duff y la belless do las
hijas de don Matx Quir6s.
LuegO N 4 inv ojvlt I la mesa
para *I almUorsM. Aquello fue
C1 dialoque. Los plstot iban lie-
gando can rapidu vertiginosa
uilentras MWel Nivalo, el Je-
ie de Rentl IutorQ de4. la Pro-
clanls, In.W#rado qu1izs
de la f1o4lUdt1 Bs utron6nilcas
del Minttro dteaS eoad ve que
aparOeia SO uOA iplato nuevo;
primereo l Mhilatto Ord6fies.
Y a f6 quo Or46Ae hiao un
deupl|gue do auq viljs fori9rs.
LaW bandojaI quedaban cai Ii-
quldadem al psIar frente al Mi-
nistro, lrentraM que On la otra
cabecera e Ingenioro. Norberto
Navarro e *1I crstario Mo-
reno, Homero Velisquom y M.-
nolo Varela, 11 4dla onian a ter-
minar don todo. Pro vaho r:-
tento; cada plato era superior
al otto; a 18 diveroaa oenaa-
das *ueedioron loP macarroies
asadoss; a estos"' 1 arroz con
coco; a ottlt tortul guizae4ia,
plato que dlIoc6 Ib alegria a
los preseates; eusegulda la a
llina; lueso pottro exqulsi
tament preparados.ue u algo
.e....a. te: 1los cliegtes del


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Marovillosa colecci6n do figures de cera. Una moravila de los iltimoe
tiempos, verdaderas im6genes vivientes. Un espect6culo prohibido pe-
ra menores por Io Junto de Consire.

Es An w etteile dcivcev.



to de ao10 don-
Gobemador Duff, quedaron casi det desp ll d
impdbeittados, o iwuoa nitesd
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par 1 *'arnr q rndo de do to-
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Pamra qsIntal de arroz No. 1
of CORg un .premio de 20
oetavM y 10 centavos por el
5No. 2, .ltrisu que el No. I
Ae e d9uentsa cico centavos
eNo. 410 centavos por quin-
"i la priltdccl&n de este ani
SO igual i bla oediod de la co.
Secha de 1900 el preeio de sos-
t6ldel RP *WOi o No. t serA do
$5.8 ppr qUttal el Zenith No.
2 do U03 7y 1 1uebonnet No.
2 de 55.2 por quintal.
Lou mpoeadas del arrow des-
oacarado at vvloUon d6bill
milntrta qoe lo ofortas de Is
ueva co-o"sa amntalban. La
mayorisa d4 loa mollno estu-
vierap envlando Wl reto do sus
fWrva_ al moreado poro man-
tonnlain n ea ot"lol l firms.
18 cattsclonUoi dis la nue-
va coae a, min embargo, fue-
ton o4e4 b .als.
an 0l r'Cado do Houston,


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aith No. e "taba cotliado a jf
176, 9.' -n .Nueva Orleans e
uotizabs el Remo y Bleblon-r ,
not No. 2 a $10.00,. 1050 f.o.
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aorlono Tn I1 mMdod ro1
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lamented a la
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jador do CWh-
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sultar carol... Porque
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Cuando una'
mujor bonlto
esti mal
Hasta el
asestnato... I

WAHOOI A las 9:00 p-ft.
5.115.00 en Premotl
Wayne Morris, en
Humphrey Bogart, en

lasmin ArMTned E Wa
Gulu. en
Ad:mas Ca s en

Jaen Waym.e M
"%emae. lag 'NMs', 11*

4 WANA4,

.f. A mHv -fr-!-t
laudamos a la sfdrit~a Tl-
Oloria Arias, quien iregr o
Ban Joa6, cosata l de.-
I de habw papado i,. mint,
mporada de vaoaclw-
raRn16n prmtdente de an
d, Oostn Rica, a encuontra
nuevo entire nosor m, el In-
lero Rodrigo Porraa. a quien

los cordialmente a S.
bajador de Panam aon
i, sefior don Catalino
UraeU, quien slgui6 pot
irea para Managua.
n03 vocga porque tenga
6xito en sus delloadam

PAra Colombia.
Despu6s de haber pasado'una
.orta temporada en la .capital
gutJy p la vhe arn .-
ra Colombia, el seflor don Al-
ftedo Martines Moreno, Me tf
la Secel6f de Organtsmoa Inter-
Maclonales del Ministerlo de Rik-
Ikttonh Exteriore de l W tl-
vador. Muy feliz viaeje Idses-
Quarda cama en la. Clihca
San Pernando la sefl.. dofLt*
Inds vda. de Zarak. Ojila mejI
re pronto son. nuestros deseo1..


scmaruaci6n Correa, Prudencia C. de Rivers,
Pblo E. Correa P. y ra., Euclide Correa P.
y Am, Escarnadl6o Correa P. y Sra., Virgilio
CorS P. y Sra., RuWo D. Correa P., Juan
ANtouio Piilla y Sra.. .Alberto SAnchez y Sr.
y demas deudos agradied profundamente las
siprtioaes de condoledla recibidas con motivo
de la mucrte de i& que en vida se Uam6
Chitr6, Agoeto n3 do 1951.





Y qud no hae unasujer por defender oj que ells ama?
__. M A.. G .NI _I'L + n",,

Una Gran

tUl16n de la Insuperable Pareja
w[m nARiZ v orllA .AeT-Tnnt

Eglam MiasM S planes con la fet doe a italentse y
b etl 4 =ladlaidsa de loau. aulen aye celebr6 el mejor
de sgus 4Jtb o atl motivo Ie hacemos Uleigr naestrno aldo
cordial fei, milatd *votes tauy slneeros por s feallldad. elda,
cuY. lup P! i h lganado una legl6u do admiredores, re-
cibir.a s aMad el dia sibado en hu readenel a s doede
acudiran a Meadlrl una ves mas iu testlmonio de sincere
S. admiracl6n y carife.

Nots doeDue*l famillares y amistades. Presen-
Despues de larga enfermedad tamos nueatras mis sbntldts
lej6 de exitU an nuestra ca- frames de condolencia a sus nu-
pital la respetabl6 sefiora dofla merosos deudos, muy especial-
Abigail vda. de Po tatos. Su sa- mente a suo hijos Alfonso Pala-
polio efeotuado I ls tarde d cios. Luis Franklin Palacios y
ayer, fut una viva demostra- Amilcar T'ribaldos y soeora
c6n del carlftl y aecto do sus Kitta Palacios de Tribaldos.




Gary COOPER Jane GREER, en

M~7 -77-79?W"'

... tori iths ._amie
,#in, violence,
tri y henno-
sot ageonarlost

Us. pfgina
herbica de 1.
Submarine I

Patricial Neal




For la Acadmli:

Alberto CLOSAS

%an Dcnzc de.i.usgo"

Noche de Banco! B.200.00
Gratis a las 6 y 9 p.m.
Rosalind Russell, ea
Gene Autry, en

Lary Parks. en
A4m*n : Itt iLaywworth, en

Ida Lupino, en
Maureen O' rar, e

MUA~i&#A -,ezhr~n
f I gvlWnra 3atooa
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. Linda

k+ ot4~

Aniversarlo de Matrimonio
taciones para el Dr. Adolfo
,Arias P. y seflora dofta Cecilla
Espinosa de Arias, quienes cele-
bran en euta fecba anom de ca-
Cumpleafios de Hoy
Srta. Vilma Navarro Chiarl
Niflo Ernesto Espinosa lI
Srta. Maria Barria Orimaldo

parativos pari ran

Cumpleafis de Mafiana de Ila masas ooFW
Bra. Audrey Elsenmann de lugar haoy en elc
Kline ra al Presidente Juan
Bra. Olga Arosemena de Ale- Peron que acepte ser can
man. en un segundo period
Srta. Sonia Fabrega Lopez dencial con su esposa EvaD
Nlia Malena Garcia de Pare- le de Per6n como candi+ato
des Vives ccpresidencial.
Niflo Juan de Arco Galin-
do Heurtematte.
Nifia Marltza del Carmen Ri- cial v econ6mico de Is
vera. celebrada los dias 10, 1 -Y
Joven Ricardo Orlllac Jlminez del corriente mes.
Gratitud per la Ferla do Agasajo
Cristo Rey Pr ra celebrar su cifpleaR4I
El Comltr Organlzador de la ei F :. don Mario E. VilaR
Ferta de Cristo Rey y los Pa- r'np'eado de "El PanamA/n.,
dres Misloneros. Hitoc del Cora- rica" ofreceri una pequefqa t
z6n de Maria de Cristo Rey y ta en a residencla, en done Ye
del Santuarlo Naclonal re com'- cibira a sus amistades esa ta,
place en expresar por ezte me- de. Al consignar la notlcti, do
dio su mAs sincera 'ratitud a Eeam os a Mario muchas fol0q
cuantos cooperaron al 6xilo so- dads.

Actualidad Argentina


Agencies noticiosas interna-
clonales, en su sistematica
campafia de desprestigio de
todo lo que lleve sell argen-
tinO, aprovechan para propa-
lar noticias con comentarios
ue no consultant el character
e veracidad que un servicio
de esa naturaleza debe terier
como norma, sino que caen en
la vulgaridad de lo insidioso.
Be ha prdpalado la noticia
de nuevas normas que regla-
mentan el vuelo de los avio-
nes civiles sobre la Ciudad de
Buenos Aires y sus alrededo-
res, lo que constituye una me-
dida de seguridad natural y
hasta necesaria para los gran-
des centros de poblaci6n, y esa
circunstancia de caracter ne-
tamente tdcnico es cablegra-
flada con comentarlos que ca-
recen de veracidad.
En efecto, se ha creado en la
Reptiblica Argentina una zona
aeronautica restringlda. Des-
de hace afos la aeronAutica
civil del pals, a media que
aumentaban sus actividades
fu6 objeto de diversas dispo-
siciones tendientes a crear una
efectiva seguridad, no solo en
la ticnica del vuelo. sino tam-
bidn en cuanto afecta a los
rumbos sobre los centros ur-
banos y las costas y zonas es-
timadas estratdgicas desde el

en esa material dieron a cono-
cer una resoluci6n encamina-
da a una mejor fiscalizaci6n
de vuelo sobre territorio ar-.
gentino. la cual comprehdia a
toda maouina que no pertene-
ciese a las fuerzas armadas.
De acuerdo con la misma. el
movimiento de aviones civiles
debia ser comunicado inme-
diatamente a las oficinas de
control por via telegrafica o
radiotelegrafica o radiotele-
graficas. como asi ser asenta-
do en planillas diarias que se
remitian posteriormente por
correo. Cabe reconocer que an-
teriormente a 1943 tales con-
troles no existian. siendo por
lo comin. anacr6nica la tecni-
ca resnectiva. cuyo descuido
era nctorin, Las deficiencies
de los relamentos en vipren-
cia impedian una fiscaliza-
ci6n que mereciese ese nom-

bre, al par que los aviones de'
turismo, deportivos, comercia-
les y otros de uso privado in.
fringian las menores dispoas-
clones con sus caprichooa,m
raids sobre los centres urba-.i'
nos y zonas donde la restric- u
cion de los vuelosaciviles se im-,
ponia por razones elementaleq
de seguridad. Con just crite-,
rio, opinaban los experts en,
aquella dpoca que una regla-
mentacion adecuada en nada .
perjudicaria a la aviacl6n no
military, y asi se demostr6 en
la practice apenas se pusieron
en vigor las nuevas medidas
ordenadoras en 1943. Ahors de
acuerdo con la resoluci6n que
acaba de hacer conocer el MI-
nisterto de Aeronautica de la
Republica Argentina, se supe-
ran todas aquellas previsiones.
Por la misma se declara zona
restringida para el vuelo de
mAquinas civiles la compren-
dida al este de una lines ima-
ginaria que une las localidadea
de Gualeguay, San Antonio de
Areco, Mercedes, Caftuelas,
San Vicente y La Plata. Los
aviones de servicios no regula-
res. que deban iniciar vuelot
desde los aer6dromos com/J
prendidos en dicha zona, vo-
laran en lo sucesivo con. rum-
bo 2700 oeste hasta cruzar el-
linite prohibido ara ,9 Q.
rec.Wn zaipttr '.A %4-j
no normalLAS Mrt
cedentes del inte ,d4,4
haran lo mismo en sentide
verso cuando lleguen al lugr
deteiminado. PasVa mitia-.
nas que' vuelan sobte tal re6
gi6n se les da como tiempo
mAximo dc actividad, veinte
minutes. En cuanto se reflere
a los aviones del exterior, en-
traran a una altura de sets-
clentos metros y sin aproxi-
marse a una distancia menor
de diez killmetros de la costa,
fijindose previsiones especia-
les para su aterrizaje. Otras
medidas de control y repre-
sl6n para los infractores esta-
blece la resoluci6n del Minis-
terio de Aeronautica incluyen-
do en las mismas los aeropuer-
tos aduaneros. Con tales ar-
bitrios la Reviblica Argenti-
na da un naso mas hacta la
conouista. de su seguridad e-
fectiva en dicha material.

(Del Diarlo "EL MUNDO" de Buenos Aires).


ASEGURAMOS a los hombres que a ninguno de
61los lo han querido asi......
ASEGURAMOS a las mujeres que ninguna de ellas
supo hacerse comprender asi......
La autora del Modelo 1951 para declaraciones




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& No Hay Mijor Via Para VENDER AL U R COMPRAR NhtI o S p so Butin.
SI cimiento de dltre yml ma
Que La Ruta Al Departamento De Los .CLASIFICADOS DEM A. A.- M? iste ha trkaIRW Ap
Srecuentes quejla do padres do aIo i
famlnWas do dXONerntag 1-lugs ru to do
1 ^ '. N ,' t Y V 0del palao itrIsp -s*A mIeta- .* .o .i.- ,.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficiwos atweiari: conv0ndente d algunas unlida- PR na y ao aa
des del Magltbarlo NIaolonal.' do li i la qie.. i
Minim o per A isi Tel .No 4 e 0 C sal6n de classes cuya finalidad n dh Unn, qu ma pro-
12 palabrs. no se ajusta a lea obliacione4 0n po varau hqras, ms die-
|aba.eduqativu de talumos y Maea- cauionM -vrlosaI P top,
3e por coda KIOSKO DE LESS8PS BOTICA CARLTON PANAMA Ao tvCA des 01 mnos ymae"' c .p
poalabro qdAiconal. vE 5.14."0"' 2S'"S" El Personal Docente de la I dit dy ula
,olabr adicionl .Repfiblica conoce sla prohibicion compreonds a todba lam tau-
S. servicilo de los nflu de nues- La' lLaUv emied de .IJo
SE NECESITA SE VENDE SE VENDE SI ALQUILA C U I A traaucuolai en unto.U per- p tur,*iW tro.- i t
... ticosMa f nes Raices .... arta r + .++ '~ A L doIos mismos pars efectuar ri- vo buena aeogida, aunque as
Domesticos Miscelaneas Bienes Rakes 0Apartamento C 0 M E R C I A L .,a' en.S o=. "ctded & "ar,.,^. oo ., l
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinerao SE VINDEN:-Cl ves, tubin r CIA. D" LEFIV Te.I 2.32 SE AL9UIL.-A.a'rtmentW f -sm tengan el ge.nendroso propa to mn qe debia c ar.
Compo Alegre. Avenida Manuel eaere *cnaledlo. Fl-Tax (cert6n VINDI LOTU muy' cintric, do. recmoros. sli8, Kde adquirir dineroparsabene- Hablendo sido t a a .l
Sde YzaNo 7, los apr- e. rses meds- P.g. ial mm B..- comedor ,bolI. Ave. Peru e. Mante s a vent de a irr dl ro pas bne- biendo idao pt o
M o.oNaltos, .pr-.Pag..,.., ,.,. 100mI.ficioa.doaL propio-'aluninos. elgrupo do la Red .1"
tamento No. 4. 7, re.S levemnefs, excusade. etc. Meiwul l.1S.00 quir.o 36, Eost No. 11. Igaig di d ttOal sobre exis- Eate Despacho conaldera In- cans, el Iplasuaminto doIV lam 6 P. ni la SlOl-.
SE NECESITA:-Cocnera que sepo A I S OAi e Plea. Ltes on Cal y Acueductos d SE ALQUlLA:--Asortante mo r tenta daon IMM ORES dispensable que loM maesttos discuslonea la I. pl6n pamrlF a ta -i arog ._ .'5j
SEonor El CE A-Cormenera e. No. 6. AlNCI ,AIV. m Ciudad de,, B. .00 metro. nd iependnte. d una rin.. PNWTUAS 0 ved a lou obtengan el consentimlento do an. asambles general el pro- i a Re s_ CtaSo y
cocina. El Crmen Avea. N. AIls d ..Jn France. Tel. Alquiamos equipo psadO p earo ra. Vfa Belisarid Porros 168. jo Ddo los padres de los alumnos que xlmo mrts' a lat 9 y.ted
S .NE (ESITA:-Cocinera que ,r- d -..'. mcvimiento do tierra. deseen utilizar en tale activi- en los- etudlos de Il A, l t u. vt. .
_m0 en el trobajo Aveinda Ecuador SE VENDE: Motor y ccsoris Alqui'ar ltes a l argos plosSE ALQUILA:-Apartamento frst .. dades, aun cuando dtast hayan aprobads por nayoria, y cerra- .BUpU6s d lhe ands o.
No. 26. e "Jeep muy borato Toller Zappi. Club dm Iotu' B.3.00 y .400 muy <6ntrico, 2 rechmaros, ac.tl0r ue" no a horror. dinero sido autorlzadas per las Jiui- da -la si6n. que Bs caractLi- l II, l1-euar..l Ca4to Q@ul'i
-- Coalle 17 Oeste semanales. 29 esnuo, frente o la Lovyanr- comando lo w ejor? tas Municipales de- Edft ef6n z6 pr el compaAerlsmno 7 el a replldn para
SE NECESITA:-Empleada para ser- ----ii1 ANGAO s tnde eot a _saimbotti & Prez. C4Q ''Pr- correspondientes. Por- tOAdo lo dse vehemente de tedos deo li igcon .eaaado ma, uB l,.
vicio que duerma en el trob0jo. SE VENDE: Criodora elctrica CG e dve2 me t n d lita't No.'15, Aptq. 3, Tel. 3-3742 '. N0N V I anterior, ruego a ulted tenor legar a fundar en nuestro is ar, ro cdn.*is mal a
Ave. Manuel Ycoaz No. 18. "Hudson" pora 400 polios. Bebe- dospenonI d.-, .... ,ros uad.- Prnar.., d* resente la recomendac16n quo unas fuert y id aocl d o ido 1 h eI
"" pders higinicos. Calle Co6n No. d cln frt... ..a.nla. Pnam. ... e presented cir-lon quopreoja lox inteysl do toW .
SSENECESITA:-Cocinera conar expe- hicni. 12.0 0. ROID 2STO ALQUILA:-Apartament c6 mw Ave.r ctrl e hace en la pe ,nt, cr- l jai ?. Se de tO'. a.b ... .h.-e la
riencio, paro dormir en el em- _-5 __-. Tel.tono 2-1215, PonamA. do, complete,. fronte lines bumss. Tel. 3-0140. De Ud. atentamente, d .o.. .r
pleo. buen sueldo. Avenida Mexi- SE VENDEN:-Baterios usodas, go- SE VNDE:-. Cella 15 Son Frrincisco No. 3, Ovidio A. do .e6..S., clonesqi t .r eena -r-I.. r. -,
co No. 11. rantizodas.Taller auto elctrico t d 73 MS n "El Cg-reo". 3 30 mensual. Tel. -137.4, Director do 4ucacl6n PrimarlJ nt.ia
SE NECESITA:-Empleado seri can Secior pobfado y cerco a Via Es- P l- --. clones tomporlm-entdo para rU-
r recomendaci6n, para trabojo ge- SE VENDE:-En Aguadulce, sal re- poni. Oportunidad. B,5.500.00. .. A PH flc Para coml i la bar la resccidn de etado -
nerol de case. Dormir en trabojo. finada. blanco, tres cent&simos li- ROSERTO MIRO 2-3231-2-121 SE ALE QUIlA do d ante la loibilUdad de una 1T14 I l
Acudo an la torde. Colle 15 Pai- bra, empacoda socos de ochenta S V D:-h apl co- L a *b dlsminucldn en loa *bastos, los gilerra total en Corea. nii.
tillo 117. cien libros. Solicitela Braulio Co- SE VENDE:-Cholet, amplio, c6mo- Localee .mdC&l-S pre cl alcansan lVrelIm'S e4 be zu o c .-
t---11 rre7. e l >b r 4s l re.mras, 4 c =asala comavdor, ______ _K cora tP aumeno.. r -.constantsaumnto. El proble- a possible que log coi__ uol- uNIlI M Ull l
CSE AlIrlllI IA r rea.porch, servicios modernos, garage SE AL.UILA:-Local paro ofkied. ma e complex por la migra- m et r ea eranzado de .
SAMQ UILA -SE VENDE:-Miquino de escribir Roe- etc. en late de 3.968 Ms. Buenos Arriba del Teatro Central. on todos ttma iol CA6n a las ludades: de Pana- e01 np orteamrlcno y r 2
rt-* yal, Smith, Underwood, excelentes vecinos y lindo panorama. Tien* ". ..d,, m y Coldh de varlos miles de demas o"imbrosu de las 1a do-l eConservatoio Naconall eagr
___ar o_____ 'condiciones. *Precio m6dice. Calle hipoteca de B.5,000.00 y se vende pLINICA, equipode, altos Pormai campe.nos y habitaxtes de las noet d Id itd oblige. a la dle- cera el do.nmgo en la mahas
SE AUI AN in Carlos A. Mendoza 66. por B.20,000.00. S'tuodo en Ia Salazar, calle 16 Oeste No. 28 V I itanas cludades del Interior de la Re-.gacidn aliads a plegarse ante en o e Teatro Lux una funelot -
-E ALQUiLAN -Cu-rtos cas. a sin '------- Ave. C6rdoba. Agencia Thomas, Panama. public, que abandonaron sua las -demandas rojas sobre la -i. en la cual actuarA el Core d .'
muebles. Calle 9a. No. 9 y Aven SE VENDE-Llegaron relojes suizos. Bienes Roices. Ave. Central 259. .. actividades productive, prin- nea reutral a lo largo del Pa- Vieia, uno de lce gtpos mst.a'
d Central. Altos Rendezvous, ter- vorios estilos, para domas y cobao- Tel. 3-1069, Apto. 3404. ALQUILASE local commercial lovindIe- Aceite Linazn a dalm a a. u, .- raleo 38. cale de renonibr mundlal, ,-
cer piso, Pensi6n Istmen. Ileres. AGENCIAS LEIGNADIER, so lave.. Convenient*,. Call 16 traidos per los alts alarios La. negociaciones se encon- -
SCIA. Tel. 3-2323. t V .Oes No. 38. 2 a 3. p. m. y lam poilbilidades ofreeldas en traban estancadas dead el 27 A esta funcd6n concurriV
SES V-- N UI la Zona del Canaly otr Areas de Julio sobre este punto sin los alumnos de las ecuela f,
aSE VENDE:-50 pallas Leghorn y SE ALQUILA: Local Ave. B milltars,, aumentand I depen- que aim el Sub-Comit de cus- la capital, y numerous person
Articulo de Casa rois, tres meses, y gallinas po- otes v otors 43, cosi esquina con Call 13 Este, I R dencia de ao Is Republic s on las tro hombres hubiera podido Sen- nas amntes a la buena md
ndors.Articulo deCarreteasa reo Pueblo Nuevo i brat.Acud Bazr Pamimportac onem ". contrat4le soluci...
SE VENDE:-Estufa Magic Chef, 4 puente despues LecheriCa SE VENDE:-Durante Agsto. solae- Avenid Central 78. Te. .2 6. SA A El I s terminal relatan- ce u n.
quemodores. homrno, B.20.00. Co- 4318. natiotea aOraoma feurzaSio trizn do SIn ALdoUIA -- dolas medldas adoptada"'s por
Ile Dori'n No. 8 Apto 8.00. VENDEMOS uano miquina casi nue- 1 1na' 2 T 4a ba e furz Locl ar oficin o neLoci *n el Calle Este No 4 Lfel Gobeerno panamdead a ralz .T mBiCO Nltado i /i
SE VENDE:-Radio Philco mueble, vo de coser cajetas de cart6n coa- 25% de descuento. Compoeiia Al- Edificio CastiJlo del Oro, al lodo Tel., -335.y 2-49 de los problemas.itado y l. Tgilepi S U1 s
per B.50.00, perfectas condicio- rrugodo y grapas. Cia. Dulcidio faro. S. A., Avenida Per6 No. 28. del hotel El Panoam. "Venodeos barate acoip _ian cop!a" del De- f6 foros.
nes. Dijose Colle 44 # 30 apar- Gonzlez N., S A. FAbricade Mo- Pao- nom ROBERTO M 2321-2-1215 tender mAcl" ^oeL e eJ ro sd alpor le ictse c mi pla as d aut
tomento izquierdo, baos. sicos, Ave. Cub N. 8.A menor de articulm de consu- co con Ciudad de Mdxico, Mon-
i L, A N^LA COMPAFIA DEL CANAL DE JS E IvIlM r S ALSUII COOLOCAMOS VIDRIEAS mo popar. on nuestro pais. terry y Veracruz, fueron dd-i
I MI EL NEA PANAMA OFRECK EN VENTA ---------- MlVe.d DM ALMACedAI .. rrlbadoa ylaestaciones de ra- .Polf, d4 l..Znadl
______.. ..__EDIPICIOS COMPRO aRicilll, lck* d do Nape0+, ,nuj |. tw .. didqutearofieaodad perla atls poe Idapo.;el
La popular REVISTA PARA TJ que Se vende ol mejor pastor, los edifi- Obalete. IPes el gmjeres precis Daa NUESR OS SPJOS' InteMP iva'dbte (ayta de corriente. .c0 do quo las p d los a
par falto de papel no se recibia cios Nos. 102, 104,. 104S, Bilboa do pleas. OsDmnd L. Medure, Ca- SE ALQUILA:-Cholet recien : cons- FD RIA D"A EeJo Caesong ala uee de la Cna- .dLog i O Lo 1titos enst e tomv eits no so pt
n cantidad sufficient para satis- -leights y 264, Ancon. Se recibirrn Ie 3. No. 11 Aparteqd 277, Pa- truido, consto de dos recimaros, FA'RICADE E SPnana o an state horaa des- do.deT c idican qd T-lash Fun ionao de o co: p
c fer la gro. demand, ohora se propuestas en pliegos cerrados en la; nam. salo, comiedor, cocino, lovanderia, EL D IABLO .pus que l0o rojos anunciaro.l notia lsatorments ten- Lamlaento InTormaron a El i-
: uede obtener sin dificultod en oficina del Superintendente de Alma- gaoroage, dos porches y dos servicios Call. 1 EtleNs. 4 TOet s.e. el romplmiento, y le etregO drin que s. r tr.., .,itida, de b nna qeroca que la leyd eau-
C -.ilquier puesto de revistas de to- cones, en Balboa, hasta las 10 y 30 *. sonitorios. Urbanilaci6n el S. A. n a rga nota rechazando to- beca en orma pZt- ble.e. qe lnO dueosn, de autol-,
la Reptublico. Lo REVISTA de la mo'iana del 7 de Septiembre ELtudiaran los1 S. carr.tero. S Froncisco. Paro das las acusaclones 'cozihuni- i. Ica Prm mTle antengn "da lam trlS .
CARTELES" esth a lo vento nue- fe 1951. cuando se hen do eabrir en la Repfblica. informes Ilampr telfono 3-155.4. t equoa one,.iall d' l n -ahma ridd ado Ta- d los-nmros de+ lades ts
*. mente a B.20 en todos los pues- tblico. So pueden conseguir los for- Se advierte'a los interesados m aol a n pldidde a l y E Muno no bl n too pe .
eudoIn.msml n ue a por enres l propuestas, con has cpo me u- leron as r
"derRevi d s Repblce. mularos para ls propuestas c qn ta -tn-ro proto -me"--. ..Insta- grctldan, y.el epartamen SE EAt if A u-dele 'rmar quo '' '
reocio reb__adoe.. del Superintendente deo Almocenes. Juradoa, que srit a Im ayor y Justiciae studiarn el pro- .abllaad. de.l deO de la
Balboa, y en ba del Administrador brevedad, automaticamente no blema de, is hbtrad de extran- Plaa matener e
SE VENDI de Cases en Balboa Heights. recibira nuevas solicitudes, las jernas 1 pai, comao artists o Vendedor con exporiencia I I TFIIu l ..L i U diciones y la Polka lima la sE
cuales pasan de cden (100) has- alternadoras a fin de encontrar Lencldn aobre Io quo Ia ly e'
Autom6lovile. SE NECESITA ta la fecha. soluci6n al problema. en venta de viveres o de Mltente especial del preaidente tablece en sate seatido agre
b-------e--- 1947. en pIrfeces cndicions. t i t 1 t doe la Junta Federal M arit .a, gandO qua ede que d.eUoa
SE VENDE:-Corro Pontioc converti- enP rafl En la clasificaci6n de los dis- 3.-cuando Agentes de la Se- mercancias on general l am6 al doctor Marid Ro honi de 0to a6,L --
ble 1947, en parfectas condiciones. _tintos aspirantes, el Ministerlo creta, capturen alguna mujer FABRICACION NACIONAL ouiln orden6 el tramlado del 8r. mtereom y I3M e e."
Ave. Justo Arosemena 75-A. Tel. La Jora Amri: necesit agentesd Eduac6n seuir la norma dedicada a o ests activdades, el Tr rer6 DE olan. aa Clinica San Fer- 1us carros. -
3-1086. vendedores de club. Se compare oro quef1j6 la Comisiat Legislati- Jefe de l os aticia Becreta, las rr re ncias y una PRIERA CALIDAD mando.
SE VENDE:-Carro Codillac mo o viejo, frente Parque Lesseps. man Aep lo 58 pondri t ardenes de la Alca- fotografa. In pr...ntar. cPre losr de- aOpetenels,,,--
del actual Preupusto). dia y notifica i a Salud "- tIfotografia lnutjl prosentar- ene product Importaidi.
48 en perfectos condiciones. Lle. b ica. Tubes 4" Soncl -os....4.40
me 3-2184-2-1075, Ponam. PERDIDO Los casos que requleran nue- blcta. so sin estos requisitos. Tubes 4" D bl ..... 4A0
vos examenes mddicos se aten- 4.--.Las autorididep adminis- Tubas 2" Sencilos....240
'Motivo viaje, vendo Packard Clipper, PERDIDO: Un loro, porte de una! deran de a lo queen t tas oidhn 1nresponsab l Pan Repdrtb -
oo 945. buenas condiciones, in- preja. Se dra recompenso oa quien recomienden los tres (3) me- duefto del etabl ec mlento por Tees -4 x4D ....... ...1
former Refresqueria Ester. Al lado lo encuentre. Avisor familiar Duta- dicos ya citados. cad un a de estas mujeres con- Almaen R0mere0 eS 2 .. ...... 00
Teatro Enconto. ri-A'ba. Avenida B No. 21-A, es- tratadas por 61, que no hayan Codes x 2....... .... 75
SE VENDE:-Un corro Pontiac de 4 quina calle 9o. Tel. 2-1025. I bilae esconor pasado oportunamente el exa- Aetc.. etie. "--: ,
puertas model 1950. millaje 15.- mentor los expedientes le lon men profilictico. Tel. 3-1300 Apartado SU2,r :1 '1"9
000 y radio. Central No. 106, A i iJudc l* distintos candidates actual. 5.-NQ podrn -residir nlgu- FUNDICION INDUSTRIAL
cuorto 24. Aque segiin la reglamentaci6n na de estamujeres en las cm- MEN~ onzalez y. Unes Lt
c*VISO JU IC I ter dn 1 Caa ad Senuro a de hospedajes ni-prostibu- la Z y-Linares-
A SE VENDE:-Carro Buick- sedan, 4 EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO interna d la CaJa de Be ro los. La Locera Pa y s .
puertas modelo 1947. color negro El uscrito Jtz Tercero del Circuito pehsionados por esta Institu- .- Pol ereta Nao- SIANAS MOVIBLE
moenuev.o radio. cubre osientos. opblico cl6n. y usar la partida asigna- nal, cooperark. con el Departa- de MIAMI en vidrio,
Llome telfonos 3-3338 2 HACE SABER da en el.Presupuesto del Minis- mento deo abajo, Migraci6n y madera o alomlnlo. ,'
1 02e 3te310f S. Bo y 2- ,n e, uicio o. .ucei6n inteated. terlo de Educaci6n pOra asumir Salud Publiea. R fls H. RDig E
3102 y 3-1310. Sr. Boyd. de ^ Alejandrin de Ia Crus Tejade chi- la diferencia, para otorgar lasa. Riel de abrir
ves m. ha dictado. un auto coyu part pensiones que les cOrresDonden. 7 -El Miniterio de Agricul- y-ee de ab rs
ACABA D n R! reo lutiva dice cai:-- 81 esto se consigue. aera posi- tura y ComerciO no va a ex- 7 cerrar par M r c D b "
ACABAN DE LLEGAR! JUZGADO TERCERO DEL CIRCUI. ble ayudax a un mayor numero. pedir ms patentes para ope- Co rtina aMrco a Us
TO. PANAMA, Julio trace d mil nove.. PanamA, Agosto 22 de 1951 rar casas cita. Pars powder Crta
,.ESTUFAS PERFECTION to-.. .....--"soJiciton r paltn e2 Int resado dst c1
Snri u q r|||b. T- Suprimidas lat u e ~ang t sgaeP. d 29 Reduce co d l .tr e
c* m en nombre de la Republica y por tarias, se 1leg6 a la siguientes el rea de la cludd de Pat L a nuev -V
eutoridad de i. Ley. DECLARA: conciuslones: d, -- Ld da Pa A IAUA&iPA -
tada de la setiori Alejandra de La Cru 1-Que la Policia Secreta Na- VENECIAN
r Tejada Chavez, dead et dia 28 de Fe- cional design dos o cuatre Ins- e dErom 1 SO COWES ( : +"
brero de 1960, tlch. en que ccaeci6 au pectores para que actten con- ES CAMI BEaURO precious
.all iTi ento: e juntaente co los Inspecto:trias, pronuncarl bien b.. Ideal pa ser o de et as y pr
do tercero, en au condici6n de he.r- partamento de Migraci6n y la el viernema alas 6 de la tardc. -. acarw 1eosa dte ltod 'ae. Tiene 1l p p
man, de la eusante, ,a elolrs Dolores oficina del Trabajo, parn ue Con la legpda de tres dc'e- -- Toe 1 eo exlstagCs! .,
Maria Tejada, y ORDENA:- cooperen mutuamente y gados de Guatemala ta a.- R A. COWES y Cia. I 1 y a del "JEEP y r rendimiento que
n S uio od quealca p dersonse t actia en cuanto al nd a 0 o obs TeL Ave. Cuba No. HIERRO h e .e mi. funeonamient.o
sea ile yeecho ubliaot cdirto do miento de los regiamentos sa- Ites a 12. Log -mntmbros de la .. mjoS lo gastos de mantenimiento.
quo trata articulo 1601 del Cdi nitaos pr parte d la mu- delegacin .dod 'O temala son: R
t e1 rJudirisl. jeres prostitutes y duefios de Herman Ramires, Director Ge- PersIanS Veaeciaas LUX rF
"C6piese y notifiquese. (Fdo.) RU- prostibulos. neral de Ganaderial del Mii.l- a B/.9.S0 Fci CmuCrr,
,.:: CBEN D. CORDnBA. (Fdo.) Jo< c. Pi- 2.-El Departamento de Mi- terio de Agriciltura; Doctor F1- t e a -
Ia acaba 4S Ilegar un ped.uefto embar- Par tarto tija cl present edicto lix Keller, Jefe. del Dapartamen in reClLaea
m oe ond loubdo Lnrea Pi 5ub u- *..e d l agoscoarts do mu Presupuestos de padao. Jefe do ba Camp ana aepran Lr .*
nu d toISubCub e Etres: IIc: a y- iPITURA contra la Flebre Attosa en GOa- Oenerat Lidtoo y latse.nte m<00.iobrabl
5' de repUeltos, tales como micas que. del m,,me so .n'ros a dpoicion del temala. B 0 8 di ,
, ;msdrse, 5nechas. chimeneas. rueiios. etc. ,ne'-,,ad, para mu pubi>.sdon. U VICTOR PEJIN Panaimericaaias --*R A OTIEP ena eiida -
iD obleLra CASA SPARTON Fdo RLB-. D LOROBS. 4CaLOa ub Tr Cnar. mis propicia pa- Ca-1 -- T?" ZINC GA A- [EMPO s ca mins de&peja
_ Ed S oer> aano ra viabilizar todo process de l *.

S imoscin. no tan ar oIo del can-
idt president in tam-n:A NALA
ddto pree in ta- Suti COmpleto d Portes
V SAVIO DE LICITA CIONA E biEn de los candidates sena- lDUSTRIAS 6 -i
AVISO DE LICITACION AVISO DE DISOLUCION toriales*".. A AR A 2' x 6 v 2' z 8' "* Ac,
Inmediatamennt, lo. porta- TAGAROPULOS, S.A. y ACC60riOS
r vocedet oblernoi jberon qu Av1eo.bBoye N o 01 Calibre 6 d Pgo
SlHablendo la Junta Directiva del Banco Agropacuarlo Be avisa al pfblico de con- gI lrez F ,e^mde, A o, o *4 Focild! de PoJo s
B~aumrial declarado deslerta la lioitaclon para el suminls- formidad conlaLey quea e- Partido AutSnUdo (del Gobier-
-11 de 10,000 qulntales de arroz celebrada el 11 de los co- gti constaen Is ecwitura no)a en ls ProvlnEa do Ls Vi-Tolfonos:
smm, ha dispueato solicitar nuevas propuestas con e] pblica nuimero 1391 de Agos- 1lm, habla r unadso. por no
objeto, las cuales serin recibidas hasta las 10 y 30 to 14 de 1951, otora4a .5ante acatar comard M Vk i trsdos 1002-1003
SLa ma1una del dla 28 de los corrientes, en el Despacho el Notarlo Piblico Nmero porel partldo notros nicleos 1002100
lr. Primero del Circulto de Pa- politicos.
!.',p popuestaU se formularan para el suministro de: mA, inscr lta n el Regttro EUI LAE RESCA
l9,@M gul tnales de o nar pil d, a Pfeblico. eec6n de, Personas q MANTEQUILLA FRESGA
10+, III,800M quinimleg do arres pllde, Pbrcantib. Tom =2. Folio C "
15,0 s intales de am ems m iseas. 50. .Aeto n mero 52,60, ha*00HEA ) .
arrom debe -er de los tipos epeclficados en el uliego id dLsuelta sla ociedad de-
que puede ser solicitado en las Oflclnes del Banco nominada PMNINSULA rIL Qd tfl3lo '
Ws hares de trabajo. iLEASES, INC.D OW= "oWl o "- ".
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00ATo m, gr .AL PAXAMA l .iCA DMO *iiMiGa ..... AG uu

B El noteam ica"oEd Burgin fres prtid Beto Avila Di6 a Los Indios ta i
p^drom, dea*onAz Victor.a Al Conectar Un Jonron

r Cofnquids e E-me r. do av e' T te lelo Trornoeoo Elib latorl noEhe con-nuark Delmou o Epsodo Aye
1reclablecptoade dc enempla' al, oontinuando a la ves con el Como sustitutos eatin: ciudad de Col6n con trea par- Servicio de la Preaa Unids ses. Reynolds que tiene doc
n netres colored n lo Ju- San Bas v. San Jos temporada en el dae por aaeplarimo cuarto qu, sufr u ima derrota

S" D o a contnui n un go olarianos, que tendon Por la caladad cota de los Pe onero Cervantes csodio permit que los Indos de la temporada. Irgil Truks,

Kas cronca Aparo da on et ,Pirg- lu0 ar on Diclembre del preonte rivalea, y la importanota de un Pastor Ramos W. Puerto Pil6n derrotaran a los Benadores por cuarto lanzador de los Tigres,
1ddico olieno "La Naci6n ref- afn o n Caracas, Venezuela. triunfo para coh ar en el Eate torneo se est l1evando anotaci6n de 6 a y obtuvie- fue el triunfador.
.~ *w .. v ~ *'. pecto a.unto delostruntos o- Piguras conocldas, valiente, y torneo elmlnatorio, y mante- a cabo en una forma bastan- ron asi su decima quinta vic-
AraO,,,. ar uestro eonocido de meritorent campaas en eata nor su o146n al tib o y un te lucida, pot la cual qe es- toria consecutive en s propio En los otros juegos los Medin
S Jorge Contrer actividad se presentaran a la vaje a enezuela, s eaperan pera que eatob trea juegos re- terreno. El jonr6n de Avila Rojas de Boston derrotaron eepeiulelejor
n. "Im J Taroeon a esoesa ticl6n tales como Beau Jack II beldos y movidos encuentros. sulten muy reflidos. rompd6 el gran duelo entire los los Carmelitas per anotacl6n de
Sal Danr 2 a 15 *u I* CItimba" Samuels, Lawrence, Tem, etc. C.omo de coltumbre, varies -------- lanzadores emergentes, Sandallo l 'carreras a 1 y los Atl6tiros
~ u awUn tnunto angustioso logr6 La cartilla arreglada corn- casas comeraales-donaran pre- | Conauegra, que perdi o su sexto derrotaror. dos veces a los Me-
or BETO TEJADA- ero logr 14 untos slendo s en l prueb central del Hp6 beadorea: eta noche, asi cdmo se repar- ll IIV i I Jv Jn6 u asexto. Habia dos outs en a 2 y 8 a 1.
o Bero n o rn 14 p o e sec-rom'e Chile, 0ue er01 eca- Uran otros premiod entire el pu. | l n dla entrada final cuando Avla -
El Opertea se titul6 Campen to Rosa Her del Danarcon rrra peclal .L'rmltage" con Fbin Andrade v L. Mayad blico que astota esta noche al Ao t lfO fl la conect6 su batazo enviando la in la Llga Nacional
del BaSketball Provncl de o handicap deundente sore Ja 105 libra Oimnaalo. o r bola sobr la cerca del jardin Whitey Lockman con au do-
Cateooria Mayor Femrtnraa al a 1 .a dtstanoar de a.000 metros. s Otra de las atracciones de la Roja-s d s eIItreLt izqulerdo asegurando asi a los ble en la octava entrada y una
rarndri ultady aleDnnar AEl. Cuadro de anotacion fuA Timtsaa hlo lJt pacada en pun- Beau Jack II vs Clifton Inn func61n do erta noche en el In l d Indlos en el primer lugar en excelente actuac6n de Sheldon
aoche oen el Glni NacloUnal l U0ta, pa do rapidamente a la 112 libraa Glmnalo Nacional, es la exhi- C vispera u de la erie contra los Jones como lanzador emergnte
r anota6n nade27 a 15. deantera Chiacborro avente- bici6n que ofrecer el detaca- ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS Yanquis. combinadosa dieron a los Olgan-
ni excelente labor de Juditeh Opern .. 0p jando a Utopia, room erjes, Alberto Tom ve A. Lawrenc do boxeador norteamrericano (Torneo de Bolos) ---. tes la victoria sobre los Rojo.
Cabelrten stl6 las a tira- T n.e.. .. hdaa y El Tant Fa- 118 librae Eddle Burgin, quoon peleara el Optlea Soa ...... 13 7 50 Una lienea de Johnny Groth por anotacl6n de 4 caroeras a
de C pez ndue l6 un sero tro- domno en Col6n ente Philip Morr ..... 13 .0 pr el jardin central n el d- 3. La octava victoria conecu
Perdomo, teniendo la excelente O".,Yi 1 0 0 2 o pl qued6 a.t.ondo del grapo. Manuel Paltvs 8. Haywood Campe6n Nacional de los plu- Imp. Select ........ I 8 .600 cimo 8egundo episodic di6 a los va de los Oigantes fu6 present
de las .j....gador le l ndIt intet6 hacer el reco. 147 libras mas, Federico Plummer. Entrom1etdos ...... 9 7 .52 Tgres la victoria sobre los Yan- clada por 7.034. fanbtico.
tr o, EVla.Boza- r E. J" Elliot 3 2 1 3 7 "rrid de un viaJe y entr6 a a Cafe Durin ......... 11 9 .M0 quis por anotacl6n de 7 carre- Mientras tanto los Dodgeka
Ortea, Olga Yanis, Isaura Be- lu t 0 n n n recta fnal con do 8 cuerpos de i Teaatro Tropical .... 9 11 .450 ra a 6 y coloc6 a los Yanquis obtuviieron u na emoclonante
lefo; ara de Alvarez, Ptak de rea 0 0 0 3 0 vental sobre Utopia; pero no oI I A IA, A i 1Anzn4 Flan Royal ....... 9 11 .450 dos juegos detras de los Indios victoria sobre los Cardenal--
'y Crmen de Barer a en ele a a cagS u e .a Pinoeho ........... 9 .437 que est a cabeza de a pr ano 6n de 4 a 3 cuando
ue en rode memento yeen cl ". dt'li re 0n ( 2 ) UtO y Ortom, on tanto que Taller SousA ......... d 10 .37d ta Americana. El hit de roth oil Hodges dIa cua hit on oo
lanmso del campeonato re- de aTers 0 0 1 0 1 Lojzo atropellaba fuertr por a br q ui 1 l Novatol s ........... 3 13 .187 fu6 conectado cuando habia drclma entrada para empujar
gular luharon amo a pa1mo t01 27 p fuera ya on 100 ietros de la sen- ealit a 0t C Na l l El Flan Royal venc 6 anoche dos outs y dos hombres en da- la carrera ganadora.
sou contrnarnpdo ia par l Totees 10 1 e 162 tenit ya ibea cantando victor. res c o- elO S al Caf6 Duran 3 a 1 en el Tor -
are las dos vueltas del Tor- 'nar" (15) n eBro, no pudo conseguir neo de Bolos "Jantzen" para me .
neoy titularse as;i 'Campebnas" anar C F. P. 1 el fa1 l trfo qu le supo- a su poD.6. .a0 La Muneca y 7on Neco termmaron empataodes
:el S eor u part! eDa 31ps lVu cun.osx c ro mus a, rllar-r. Sraneaa-To oo eo Drnipuso del Baket d Ctdrl nee
r teudh teablente R" q 1 sa fanin al cond muytertone. de enriorueparocalnrr91 .4ri0arian.u aoy ,coro aldoe Iou EnYnqabtveond 3carvanesdeltiiq. n ,odI

,Ola n Be-A un do 0 0 0 0 1 endo 0 v Jnete haner un tran dpor anoc, 1or el proe1tona II~tor Vaad6R yar. vl J. Smith o 91 4 donmueho dETrAn Do AT A Ind i mo vitoisren lo. rCadheae.
tro partidos que seen- M. Perigault 0 0 0 1 0 os aro para conetuir quo el carron degreet esRal Arano va L. HalleydmPorrPuertoEd of da lSe tae l mnar
frttron Operten y Danar, B. Holnaes 0 0 0 2 0 3 o de Caporal puNdiera cruzare s u. d.e Panama, y uno de loa aa anoteciouneos individuales n Gt a i e- P ncedor de este partido parti-
e tatuy6 como en la mayor H. N rfiez 0 3 0 2 0 la meta cuando sncaba cabeza muo importantes juegos 1o oa- Tercer Grupo d anoThe f a raon las iuien- La fieca ........ 6 1 .856 cipart en la series final por el
S todo om o s Hal 0 0 0 2 0 aoatmba 'ecet dos cuer- tender los destacados Jugado- Prank Raymond vs R. de Mena Ns.M ........ u Don Nec do............ 6 1 .8n6 Campeonato Junto con el O
factor decis de am equipo. poa y medio lleg6 Utopia, cuya res Dicky Arias y Doc Mitten. ran. Morricea Jr. V R. Golden Plan Royal Dep. Morris .. .....n 3 .571 tica Sos. ganador de la prime.
n el Juego de anoche, Caba- Totales 4 20 7 13 15 performance s excellent; cuar- .. Archie Byrne vs Stanton Brown oes 166 '163 164 Optica osa .......... 3 4 .428 a vuelta.
So troom qunto El Tany til ro parlO que la am-ado Thatcher Clbee vs A. Carrizo Pia 1 D 1 e n 0 Taller Sousa ...... 3 4 .48

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r etectva que en realidad s61o la rlvldad y conlanza en el P. Baumbgardnervs B. Bedinger Los conjuntos del Almacn i .
in mediata proximdad de la ra. trino han agregado una a- 77o 735 708 2218 La Mufleca y Don Neco ter mi- ARcHIVADORES
ya alv6 F FeLonJaPs de una de- Patea en esta match, Cuarto Greape uHandicap 12 12 12 3 lnaron empatados en el rimer
el C r rota. Los honor ie los llev6 La pareJa parta los encuen- e. Boxwell vs Paul Moran i guesto de la Segunda vuerta del d SLLAS DEa TODO
del B eel "Pananeo" Porge Contre- troe de eate fin de semana son: Paul Fulks vs George Novey Jr. 787 747 720 2254 Torneo e .BasketbaCll de la Lga TIPO OFICINA
-oa Ma yr am d iA I 0aa ra, pus tuvo much serenidad J. F. de la Guardia v Z. Zombory d Catedral, con el triuno que I ru r i
figus ad Udt nCaonal ledqe landeor 041 gandorancs alpntoodoIn. 1e 2 iquaron arei R. atipe oau v s abrsI el-Galindo11d SaIuna Ion naecotnes dls

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Oeensu cablyo dad h en un final sum02n pi H. Mitten v Dicky Arirso D. Kenna v R. Jones j l 1o de don Gulom Lavayen so-

corptenetar ne de ftbol enx pr6xImo mirzcoles 2a de agosto. mente diil. MieRorIe RilImpy s Dave Star B. a n v n L u 12 2 uret Hallan e allon.L. Iump ta 1 2 2 irmlost cndo de BoI ua por G NEaAL DE
tre1 ferent eircuitoao es -- Jim Hey vo Johacnny cain Carlros Arosemena Vms R. Bllings Novey 147 144 148 439 ro5tora anl.oen-I. REMINOTON BRAND i
5ras iMdoan. l h o ; La tre men t ionadas comL.. 1Dave Westman i p sBeeson J. P. Ford vea A Bernette 14 1 19 49 5 !S po a i de
nurat i om eH/lro e tn1las eIl 0u trar0 el0 0 ,f1arueb. 'rconrlpa a de esa o pae ....t 1n4 1:. D t re Morris y 8Urox no se e Cea-[ Vot l.
sei fuba delva deozn poisr ye.edlo a lleg0 Utopia csdy a reUck ris c t Fan ricJ. R.G ld n yla 9 Ro1a4 g Dop. almoue rctois. de43 .7otlict S

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teaor dAlfradn Mnutto para lal equipos campezn0 j0udqaado- itdc.Ts aha terCm le. / sA.aad4i a0sdo1 ela0co0abeacreodi-o I

Cae lr Infantil. re- s detaados de los pasados equi los paticip o ntr a anador con sus triunfos de never a 3owne ..... .
sln .rton elm a e uen-/tornodr de 1 5trau b Llrlaa D i tvsri i vs G ltWat---Carcheri0 14o141n43u n -lnuui luo. U. ..nRoye Op-n 2d 5ou sydoshmben 5 sn .... F l aE,

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ef susoaad--r106 "a rdeiad c laInsegundavueVm benun jsue-srdreGo l
-ao ,g-Welsh a Lojh 1e un Los- equipon Carlos Eleta y E segundpo Had 121 2 gan6 el 123 aon exta ad a re

ciJ -Saandwood 99 r Pel'mex triantaroa n d anoche enn Puellmex al Bamn Jr. paN Jorar .4 20 L o Basuea isfecLtar
II an8-Full 104 la continuaei6n de la Serie F- su segunda victoria en dos pre-
^ fc t -I-- ...... hnal del Campeonato de Basket- sentaciones, mientras que Bamr
cibKl. en.P unfinalsus i .tt.. ...e ball de Seyurda Categoria de la Jr. volvi6 a fallar.-eCampag eni l s AVISO DE LICITACION
,quoslCome cl 6tetb oR 3 -5 1p gr lee sa travCITACION DEPORTIVA Ltga oPrbV cla, l de PtanamaU con 12 puntos y BSimpson con 9 1 1 1 4eI E R
doo 'I 2T9 d -sEl r primer juego lo gana. el a furon os meajores de los gana- Nouay 14r
i S IPORTIVO DITANI Carlos Eleta en emoclonante does, destaeondose por los per-m1 Hasta las die y treinta minutes de la mafana del 2pr
Su n- L. tree mec a Tcene important reuni6n es- final sore el Centenario por dedores Weeks con 16 puntos y. S e a 9 1. d4 Agoato pr6xmo se rebira n propuestas en el Despacho
Sta noche un la ressdencia del 40 a 39o. ste es el primer tr.un- alPalmer con 7. s exije el ta-co especial del Gerente del Banco Agropecuario e Industrial par el
I" b soio Gast6n de Le6n, para to del Eleta en la series final yao paranimos...Talco Johnson. All- sumnistro de qi
r n ar. t. 0 y ra r acordar aluntos de In- la primer derrota del Cente- La seri final continuarI ma- via y evita irritacio- niao
lb do\ Lo pars citeros general, por lo que se pi- nario en esta rueda.-Cholo fiana alas 6.45 p.m. en el Oim nesdelaiel Pror 2,000 quntales de papas importadas A-
S t. oo. ss excepci6n. y Blain con 10 cada uno lueron entire los equipos Bam Jr. y ciona alegrfa y como- El pleo de cargo y especifcacones podra obtenerse
Sos mejores de su equlpo, mien- Eleta, Optla Sosa v uerza y didad, Use Johnson l I cualquier da hil en el Banco Agropecuario e Industrial.
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