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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01211
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fa amas ropo A pt~fd TOKYO, Aug. 24 (UP)--UnitedNations Supreme
anaa S rop s Aep ed Commander General Matthew Ridgway within the next 4
hours will probably send the Communists a formal offer
n7. w" brought uto resume the Kaesong ceasefire talks.
n G enera By Afi osi Group But the message is expected to reject the Commun-
ist protest over the alleged bombing of that tawn by a
o United Nations plane Wednesday night. This bombing was
The Panamanian recommendations for cooperative EC0i. rthe Communists' pretext for breaking off the talks.
IaIion for the prevention and control of the dreaded foot- OC I p Iin the formal protest, received today, North Koraen
Ind-mouth disease were accepted by the Regional Consul- premier and commander in chief, General Kim II Sung,
totive conference on Foot-and-Mouth disease last night. i T kand the commander of the Chinese forces in Korea, Geni.
The reports and conclusions of the committee appoint- lll eeral Png Teh Huai accused the United Nations of "deli
ii to study and work out the Panamanian proposals, as berate attempt to murder our truce delegation."
POT OFL A a a glen by David SDav d imudio, Minister of A riculture, Com- The formal Red note bras e
MO AA u L S w c a sta a guladulce this morni CaptainR u- n rce and Industry, were presented late st night at the I e lu tionse o Kaesong t e
ne D. Bench (with bag) shakes I wth Capt. Billy J. Jones, captain of ti Air Force mrce and Industry, were presented late as night at ofa the saeog ral d
-47, which brought Bench back to re he started Albrook Field. Looking on are 8/Sgt. fifth plenary session. |1 i wayo
Jones' l~meiDt.arrival at the scene of the L-13's trouble enabled Bench to. put up a time of less With some technical changes bid for the site of thi committee The Economic and social Coun- that the armistice negotiatlou
Jl oaultnesy, (lft), en ineer of t- n t .P W. Iuimbell (r) with sone s. MHJhal aIft e h cors coi tte The Ece Butta j it f a de d tIt iots our al -r
than three hours from: Albrook to Albrook, when bound for BDocas del Toro. and additions, the central strue- was also accepted. cil meeting at Hotel El Panama will proceed smoothly, and tha
tue of what was approved, was As set up the committee will this morning boiled dn to a just and reasonable ag -
'S4BC^./:^ 4b laid^^u down by the Panamin Coy- consist of an executive commit- working committees but no de- met acceptable to both
S, ermet. Theapproved recom- tee composed of -one member finite action has yet been taken. voK B r m eot taccet tth i
dVtionsO went to the drafting from each of the countries pres- The groups on Transportation Rldgway has already indiit-
i g h t Pl a e P F committee this morning for the ent at the conference. The cam- and Prices and Reserves met this ed that th e line he will t ket
SpraLation of the final text. (Continued on Page CoL 1) morning but handled mostly pro- s likely to be far from sat
Swill be presented for sign- cedural problems and set tomor-factory to the Communists.
S .tute at the closing session of the row to tackle resolutions. He has announce that in-
-nat conference scheduled rvest
et D otwn n w o Iear e O Yesterday the Committee on Uitr
Sw ber of Commerce Buildrinmg. T technical Cooperation passed a 8TH ARMY HQ., Aug. 24 (UP) been over Kaesong at the time
A t S~a ... Dr. Ralph R. Alee, Director of resolution that all governments -Powerful fleets of United Na- of the alleged raid.
T ted 8ttes Air Foe L-3 wa,radi to at for the encih and flew him back to Al- the Inter-American Inistitute of go on record as being very de- tilons planes destroyed or damat- And his United Nations com
pae made a force, ld-L-13o. o boo, landing t0:07a.m. A lll ural S sciences, terme tl srous of continuing the program ed 137 Communist trucks, 28 mand radio has labelled tle
pa ma derdland- sbrook, landing at 10:07 a "m. Agricultural Sciences, termed rs and a ie
redu power 9 e COPA Wfllams choseto stay with the t results of the conference s and that all relied the necess- barges, an underwater bridge so-called raid: The mostly
Sc- pl- r 10 *m L-11at Aguadul. t iflfc 4nt." He id he tyd orIts financial supported and huge amount e of supplies to-cgyalld rd Th eo at rlule
rll Air Forcea.k will be sent 1 do a concise d e- t The e of when the money day in three savage rtqchks farce the Comm1mists hBie
.4.. berebair _tae >e "e put Up, h- Awe a *omAenunlit reinforcement cal- staged in their efforts .to
.J ta c'inply a a "fixed an- voy tort facts.
SA toia bue op- V- osa and oow to -b n u- .adAte"and the fact several This broadcast suggestedi
To. Vaerraoo reehe Agolul e five .l if possible. edhitrlies still have not contrib- A force of 118 planet, mostly whole series of Communist
as g the L-13 minuteslater, andCat i He ld that the delegates had A survey team to estimate the uted for the 1951 program ap- jets caught a convoy bottleneck- legations of United Na
e Je s i rlaen r 1 i L e a r ah w c the delegateso e a A survey team to estimate thethe
Sur tilaid down a practical workingneeds of -the stricken hurricane parental has been dodged. ed at a ferry crossing on the violations of Kaong's
the "'1 dv ed te squadron e l on .g n r l, e for the future, advising llctis n Jamaica v due t leave e committee a nd on Scarce Ma- Chongchon River In northwest traltlyWasonly O attempt
base aM. VUt "z a--above. the countries what they could do Albroo by C-47 at 1:30 this a- United States Delegate Willis C. Reds have lost by their
tlago. A helicopter which had also l sAe o h illh an r n--enat- ceoved lat Quare Heightse afTre Armstrong yesterday that appar- Streaking in from every -side blunders..
nnel ady ... ....been dispatched from Albrooka ou.. ol. t Jut 2he pr mary re- eive th Qarrny Heights after ern tly all but settled the question the planes left the entire area a The United Nations ceasefr
l Wenc blow a n oil was not needed Lt. Robert Simpson of rPa s- l us n national the ritish Red by Sidn e of the Latin American nations mass of burning trucks, barges talk team, headed by Unitel
(immete emer c c rescue team wc- was par nama, a jet fighter pilot sta le o n egatdi he selves finely called their Na- demanding representation on the and supply dumps. Only a hand- States Vice Admiral C. Tu
S iked it Ab ac InKorea, wil be heard International Materia Confer- ful of Red trucks escaped. ner Joy, is still at the Pee
which W picked up Albr ate brooki tin r zation in the complementing and tional Headquarters in Washing- tablsh b t ful of Red trcks escapedampwhich he ha ued
T nited ,StatesAir Force C ta onpcked up Capt Forces Radio Station mIn a i ementing of national facil- ton tiauthori assistanere re-. Britain and France.) Thirty more trucks were de- base throughout the Kae
e n te Stoat Ai F e u. F io S a t I al supAplieN gat were re- JArmstrong outlined the back- strayed or damaged in a second talk
planess took oft.for-the Agualee 3n. minute tape recording of Dr. Allee said that he felt that quested blankets, hurricane ro n oe the strayed or damaged in a second talks.
Sex iencesduringa.re-itowa sth s ignificantstepslanterns an dmattresses--wibe and convinced the delegates that bridge at the ferry point was de Hous
lanes. ltook offor the aMnd pa l-A beauiful his experiences during a re- it wab a most significant step l ? and mattresses-will be ground and purpose of the IMC attack later and an underwater
ivn' oirsthAterDi, and AmCOPAr i gC'i ,Coisrtases cent raid forward that the countries rec- taken on the plane. Although n conitet th thefc
g the- regular morning i d not inconsistent with the stroyeda So were several moreu O verri d
flight from Tocumen to David Lt. Simpson,.who Is the son ognized the necessity of working the Air Force is supplying the fourth Meeting of Foreign Min- barges. o
".. For First Time of Mr. and Mrs. Wilianm L with international organizations transportation, the American Red sisters e f aby, in a third strike
i .e e a c(Gene) S impson, of ell&Vsta, in the f iht against afto as Cross will reimbursetheArmyfor ,tsNearby,In a third strike, Vet O n L
-HealsostressednhefrotmtrShe haoanian an "e ie e ...........th voting Stars left seven trucks U
.d pone oaf Killing 47 a wtteonded school one the Can To carry out nsthe oPanamanian any supplies R iventh Arm- f-or the United States, for oneal- aflame.Str lf s uc Vt O orL Lei
SAugv 24vc (P) -g s A Unaedne Hets learned to fly at recommendations the conference Aboard the C-47 were Col. ways has recognized the rights of (n S i t i a ata Co w rm s H S o re ll
aLnited Air ADC-6( ma Aner Ing Airport. After enr set up an international coordin- Donald B, Wilson of Logistics', smaller countries and he assured Pilots reported that some con- The House o Representatlv
cra d ona h illntonearo Decoto w trained at Williams. r Force iDr. Ervin E s pchhorn.roan d y q Ca ribea Comad. a. them in effect that Latin Ameri- voy drivers, trying desperately to vote d last week to over-ride te
r Scr e hllAerln of la m Base, a ila mranc p intz. can nations were fully protected escape. collided headon with oth- Presidents veto of Bill HR 3
Of I sBifse.oS _l_ Surgeon, Lt. Col. Jose C .hC bthe IMC
uAn Du b0.ung W fmi Into ae Thompson, Medical Supply, Hq. e ImCy. er trucks, by a majority of 318 to 4, g,
r s, io eraLottery Violation To n l Howard Roleu, At the close of his address two jet fighters made their firstap- noun r tl a
The BaI Nt of iVe. ei- c e ei ". Director of Operations for the of the delegates in particular- pearance over Korea in attacks This bill supported by the i
knoe wn poebn -, s inthe al t e er nI or ne s w t ndhhdAmericane ed 'lCross.n Julio E.fHeurtematte of Panamn on commuscationin thenorth- erican Legion provides $120
al as Oerk A c a or Clevelandy ee u o It Is estimated that the plane and Jorge Mejia Palaci0o of C o- east. month for nn-service-connteldT
cd tdcal der.oays by A. fo ea ng Charles Aka andrew Taylor, 24, wnwill arrive between 5 and p.mw. am Tbi-expressed complete con- disabled veterans who re
ras oc .tor of I wast l a for asn at Oakland. Panamanian charged Wilth vio- Can Meanwhile it was learned that fidence in the United States and In heavy ground fighting South need of attendance or nurses
a eroade SecaOr It was theirs DC-B to crash. nation of a CanalZone lottery the ship Reina Del Pacifico will its spirit of cooperation. Korean troops battled grimly to care.
Selecttve rZ C'Katp alglea
h ap inet. Alaw, waived prelimanry earning leave tomorrow for Jamaica with Heurtematte, first to answer, recapture three hills from which The Senate has yet to act.
e for acaon- i t Fisher in the Balboa Magistrate's A Qungthief Was caught re six bales of clothing and food- said "I don't have the least fear they had been thrown by Co- Pat Ryan, Chairman of the
aaer s aid F Jw f or n t t A F s e Cort ti ono n t he y i ous slre n. AP0unattoefAght red-Asheba bleshof clot hinoa n fo od -d -
bqnc and l permit tewo Fies To uS aSnday Court thismorning. He is free an ear thi morning by stuff. 18 sacks of clothing and about the United States." munisot counter attacks during Legslative Committee of the
local boards nctlonwth Iofwthn Kay fisher, Ast.U. Dis Taylor had offered a 15 Jewel Overall, after ha d burglariz- British Legation and the Salva- lieve we are in the best hands and Legion in this area, stated tat
lent three a- lm atrict Atorney leaves re by watch for sale in Balboa on a ed two rooms o the vol Hotel tion Army in Panama. A newly I wish this to be a statement of The South Koreans recaptured this bill is a fine example of the
Marc P. Qu ct Chief of a nd- ae n oe r band lottery drawing based on the Steve A. Williams, n 18-yea formed relief committee "The our policy." one hill after a five and a half program that the Legion endo-
the Marnagement l sto~and. In Colorado for a numbers of the July 29 Na- old Panamanian has admitted to Jamaica Hurricane Relief Com- The committee was expected to hour battle. ses. Care of d.abled veterans id
named annt.s Deuty Sta s D wi -n V tional Lottery. several previous burglaries at the mittee," headed by Sidney A. pass a resolution referring to the With air support they were still child welfare are the basic pro-
The two new'members of Local Hotel and is now being held in Young is coordinating the Pa- IMC this afternoon, attacking the other two. grams of tn" American Legion.
Board No. I (Pacilfic side). are jail awaiting arral gpment. Bailen ifth s ainds leeftd m Iselels by thesrio
Harold Perantle, E utNo es R or Beautiful has been set at $1,000. en thousands left homeless by
sistant in the office of the Exec- S yep r This brought to a close Inves- the week-end hurricane that hit
sistant v the fficretr ofd el .- Atigations that the police had Jamaica. Already. close to $2,000
Ford, Asistant su'p erintendent New Orleans Family
for the southern D trtof the ling when a $1,400 diamond ring and supplies.wFyc
Motor tion Dihe nD vision.f .h a $150 Watqh were stolen from Secretary of the committee Is
Appo te LoalBoardNo. 2 o. Capt ain and Mrs. James G. Nathan A. Reid. well knownU.S. 0et' V
(Atlantic ide) -are NelsonW WASHIN N, dAug. r24 (UP) Japanse warlords' a Townsend. On July 31, a wallet Navy employee and Major Herbert
George N. Engelke, acting Gen- Implicated today in a prewar on.n never was passed along g11 Nic holas Bistis, a Marin sponsored by the Brih Lega- NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 28 (UP) der cover of darkness, had "The taurant Operator Rick Riccardi
eral Manaereof thie Commissary Par Eastern spy ring which to the United States. the hotel missed 480 ash from Members of the committee are Caesar J. (Auctioneer of Any- Family" taken down and truck- or Chicago had lost interest
Division. o later gave Rusel advance not- In his testimony on the his room Miss May Hinkson. Mrs. M. Sealy, thing Under the Sun) Blandon ed off to a city warehouse. There Riccardi is sick and Miss We 's
Zone's Selective Service organi- against the United States. Soviet spying. Willoughby said ing on these cases, had main- deacon A. F. Nightengale, Arthur draw the biggest crowd of his Blandon orp ered to auction the ist colony fell through.
nation now stands: The information was given he was looking for every scrap tained a constant surveillance A. Blackett-Forde. Louis A. Lin- career tomorrow when he puts statue off free and Morrison ac- An official of the Eastern Su-t
Mr4 Medinger, State Director; the house Un-American Activi- of data available on possibilities which aid off at 2:30 a.m. today. Re inald McAlman. Capt. M r the city's too-nude statue uof cepted the offee r An auction bathing Asslcationf however,
Mr. Quins, Deputy State Direc- ties Committee in the form of of a Japanese thrust southward Overal in lain clothes spotted conald Webster F. Marshall "The Family" on the block in block was built in Lafayette said "no" as follows: "the angle
tor; Mrs.Bernice'R. Finley, Sec- notes compiled by Max Klau- in 1941. the youth c imbin up the ban- Rev. J. H. O'Neal. L. Gladstone Lafayette Square. Square. an oasis of live oaks, that we follow in our public re-
retary. sen, radio operator for the sister on he odf-the "If I don't sell it after all the magnolias and full-clothed sta- lations is a conservative one and
Board No. 1, of which Fy notorious Richard forge espi- If we had had the infor i hotel. He north side of th Parker. C. I. Smith and George noise that has been made," Blan- tuary at St. Charles and North one of the chief factors in our
H. Irvin is chairman: Mr.Peran- age group in Shanghai and read nation (sent to Russia) in entered and burglarized Room don said, "there will be a couple Streets. philosophy is the relaxation from
tie, Vincent Blava, Albert P. Tyre by a staff investigator. September or October, "he said, 268. where the Townsends (three- of pnnk faces. And one of them Persons whn consider them- the over-emphasis on ex thati.o
and Mr. Ford, with Mrs. Jessie G. The disclosure highlighted the "it would have constituted an time victims), were aslee00. Panama ian laces will be nine. Not from modesty, selves easily offended were warn- so prevalent in the advertls.nT
amsMedical Advaor. This board Maj. Gen. Charles A. Willough- and military warning and we room in which Mr. and Mrs. Trial On Charge people to be there." Square at the auction hour start, tease' is a complete reverse of
hastofficesinthBalboanHeghts by, former intelligence chief to would have been better pre- James Caldwell were sleeping The statue a six by-five-foot or turn their heads while passing ou, pluzinciple."
Railroad Station. Gen. Douglas MacArthur. oared to meet the attack on and came out with $20 cash. I Of lin C r father mother and child group A police guard was assigned to
Local Board No. 2 of which According to Klausen's notes. DSa. 7. 1941.' ws then that he was apprehend Of ing of concrete, covered with lead escort the statue from the ~'r- B!audon said that, all told.
Judge E. I. P. ratelman is chair- the girl's namb was Reh Ben- Willoughby volunteered no ed, with the goods in his posses- and zinc, was moulded for the house. ibuE 4u persons had inquired
man: Mr.. er, F. J. Mourn- nett, and she wah about 26 information on the mysterious sion. Probable cause was found to- nqw Municipal Courts Building .bout the family. vorris Ki.
blow, 3EJumsu 1. PhlllB and years old when she served ths Mism Bennett, who now would So far Williams had admitted day in the Balboa Magistrate's on North Rampart Street by En- "The tarpaulin sarong will not who owns an 'ntique shop in the
Mrs. elSkI Mrs. Frances Russian spy apparatus for some be about 47. to all the burglaries except the .Court in the case of Alfredo rique Allarez. The city paid with be lifted until the auction -tarts French quar:er daid he'd Id ai
Nu i "catt el' said Dr. five months in 1929. Kaussn's notes said he some- first one involving the valuable 8tona R. charged with stealing $1800 for i;. Blandon said, "'and the police- a Hollywood producer. wo dose
Wayne .a Advls- The notes ddbcrlbemI her as'a times gave Miss Bennett proto- ring and watch. He had no pre- a '48 Plymouth sedan and But the statue had hardly been men will stay by the statue to rot want to be identified.
r. Thles ]i it offices in CoIleatgu of his in gathering lphi he had taken of In- vious record. After questioning, same golf equipment. The total flxed to the building, when three see that there is no peeping, until Pat O'Brien. who owns a
inoum$ S _lhe WI obalAdmia- sand traaamlttina secret inii- 'llegence documents "brought Williams said he had spent all value involved is $2.228.75. The city judges and a priest cam- It is unveiled After It is sold. the French Quarter bar and r


SltAn to Mosow. She Was infrom somewhere." He sup- of the money aken on clothes a was boun over to the plained that Alfarez had over- tarpaulin will be replaced ano dit an. iU w j .
f lbU Appeal.Board et. fite inches talle-of m -d she sent them to Moscow. for himself. U. District Court in Ancon emphasized its primary sex char- wllbe return: to the warehouse Sculptor Afare, who
the Ca l7aM t are: rld build, and "beautiful desptS a glausen was. senuteed to Capt. Townsend is with the for trial." Bail has been set at aeteristics. Alfares scorned sug- until the buyer goes and gets it." ous in the New Olean st
,Lar) r est ,Bak r e wrote. several years' Imprisonment Healt M ent of the Inter- $1,000. gestions that he quiet the uproar Blandon announced that two only for his goatee, d
I3.lnli), .J Fores R. [ i".rea rated r when the Japanese ro up Ame Afatirs Ina stitute, at- The car. golf baga. oilf balls. with concrete fig leaves. prospective buyers Stri Teas- at the auction. Would l
,al VIM. Run- U Idling I M L the spy ring about the time of t U.S. Embeasy. He beled to Harry Mitten. Mayor Delesseps 8. Morrison er Evelyn West who has er 39- sCertay no ,
.0. Vi -er tls1iab had a oPearl Harbor. His bo, gorge, and his ~1 la PanamA ternm r. Balboa. Coana I.s a 2S- ordered public modestypreserved inch bust insured with Llo d's "What do I want with
to &h_ wara..bm _4e at' hanged In 194. prarl. year-old Panamanian. with a tarpaulin, ant then, un- of London for $50000, and es- thing


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Great White Fleet Diablo Restdent's Boat R lh W. Rubelli and son; Jo-
Aur T.Swamped in Balboa Harbor as Ryan; and Mis Ruth
A small craft belonging to amluson.
New Orleas Service Crlet6bal Richard W. Thompson was Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell a. 8anm
swamped yesterday afternoon by dor and three children; Mr. and
a Knot......................... Aug. waves when it passed a Taboga- Mrs. Clyde L. Sharp and two
S. adors notnd ........................... Aug. 31 bound launch near Dock 6. When children; Mr. and Mrs. Frank C.
SS.. I s ........................... g. 31 the boat capsized. Thompson was South and three children; Mrs.
.. ChuI .............................e.... 14 able to right it, and after baillng Lelyn Blowick and daughter;
B.. Chir ..................................ept. 1 Balboa harbor. Thompson li a=d daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Ro-
ai- lgjtttee aid i o C ) in Diablo and is employed at o b L. Snyder and three chil-
___........ ...__ -....--- ...._man. dren; Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. FRECAM" ANi
--- b--- 8okStone and daughter; MlU Mar-
V S.S. Cristobal Due aret A. ylveire; E. C. troop; e-
New York Freight Service Crist6bal Monday from New York Mrs. angelna Tagaropulos and
C. .. ...... ... IHenry L. Donovan. Director of daugh4 r; John H. Terry: Mr. A
S.S. Cape Avinot ..............................Sept. 1 the Community Services Bureau and Mrs. Raymond A. Terry; F
.8. Cape Cumberland .........................Sept. 9 and Truman H. Hoenke, Super- and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill T. HAVE150
S.S. Cape Cod ................................ Sept. 15 intendent of the Pacific Looks, Webster and child. IRE
S.S. Cape Ann ................................Sept. 23 are among the 176 passengers dM
who were scheduled to sail Wed- Mis Frances L. Weeden; Dr. M"s.*AtI~
WeeN aim oewltnrkt w L.s A n les, sa ra.Sa es. seeattl nesday from New York on the and Mrs. John M. Wilkerson; .
o "asional sailo ss to New Umirand Wobi southbound trip of the SS Cris- Miss Ardis M. Willoughby; Lau- N a4
1St0,me04n t 8 e0" le W#m11114 1Is twelve m m) tobal. ren G. Woodby; Mr. and Mrs. A-
(T0e *sn10 rr tthl erv Ce nre uCr r st s a twoo leeaft. Also aboard the Cristobal, David A. Yerkes and two chil- W C R
Vkquint Vrelhl Saslle fre Cirmtobal to West Camt Cemiral Amexric which is due Monday morning at dren; and J. H. Young.
Crist6bal to New Orleans via Cristobal, are a number of Canal
Srfstobal to New Orleans via Arrives Zone teachers returning from
their summer vacation. e
Tele, Honduras Crlst6bal The complete advance passen-
S.8. Chirlqui ....(Paussenger Service Only).....Sept. 4 ger list follows: 5
B.S. Chirqui .................................. Sept. 18 Capt. and Mrs. Pascal Adams ....
and son; Mrs. Ellen E. Baileyu004
TELEPHONES: and two children; Mrs. Ruth ACOSY ON RIDe ALLEY OOP
CRISTOBAL 121 -- PANAMA t-4 -2 COLON N Beckand daughter; AlbericB lait; Wa L
AAMr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Blosser; LBy OSWALD JACOBY
Miss Marie V. Brauer; Albert Written for NEA Service HADN'1TWE
Brown; Russell H. Brubaker; OUGHTA HITI
Mrs. Mary E. Ellis; Miss Alice E. ROME IN 'OT
ENI|EL LNIN UUP Candee; Mr. and Mrs. Constan- A-- '"D
tine Cargill and son; Miss Ruth NOTH (D) THIS K
A. Chevalier; Mr. and Mrs.Q6
William W. Choate and three Q8 7 5E
children; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Q85KQ81
accepting passengers for Freeman Cook; Mrs. Vivian 0. ST A 0
Corn; Miss Florence Crecelius; EST EAST
CISCO Raymond A. Crucet, Jr.; and Mr
Los Angeles and San Francisco and Mrs. Ralph Curlesand 694 JI052
daughter. |iJ109 WAK2
b hMr. and Mrs. Earl 0. Dailey #J872 #1053
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H. L. Donovan and daughter; SOUTH
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n 9 Thos. J. Egger and two children; y 4
Mr. and Mrs. W. Houston Ess- #A94
SAILING AUGUST 27th. linger and three children; Mrs. 466542
Mary K. Farman; Mr. and Mrs. Neither side vul.
Macon W. Foscue and son; Mr. North East South West BOOTS AND MI
C. B FENTON & CO., INC* and Mrs. Jas. D. Fugate; Misses I V Pass 16 Pass
** LetlUas and Diane Gomez; Mr. [IN.T. Pass 3A Pass "
and Mrs. Billie B. Gray and 3 N.T. Pass 44 Pass .S
Tel.: Cristobal 1781 Balboa 1065 daughter; Mrs. Nora F. Green P*ss Pass% UP
and Miss Ruby Oreen. Opening lead-* 2
Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Hall and
_. -._. Pull,* s.. son; Mrs. Mary E. Hanna and ..
Answer to Previous Puzzle four children; Mr. and Mrs. Ju-
Short-Tailed MonkeyIm I lius F. Hatchett; John Hayes; If North had been 6'good play-
Miss Borghild L. Hermo; Mrs. er he would have played today's
Lorna K. Hermo; Thos. M. Het- hand\ at three no-trump. He
3ORIZONTAL VERTICAL ring; Mr. and Mrs. Truman H. wouldn't have made that con-
I Depicted 1 Treatment Hoenke and two children; Mr. tract, because the defenders
ted 1Treatment and Mrs. Jos. E. Irving and son; would have had to go pretty far
animal 2 Be resent Sgt. Wallace T. Johnson; Will- out of their way to let him win
silently 4 NColewart lam J. Knutson; Mr. and Mrs. nine tricks..
13 silently ated & Near Chas. Krause and son; Mr. and Actually, North was a poor
14 Mastormulated UGenuine Mrs. Daniel P. La Placa; Mr. player, so South insisted on going
14 Masterful Unoccupiedfore and Mrs. Guy R. Lord and son'; on to four spades. Curiously
15 Atlantic (ab.) 7 Nights before Mrs. Olivia K. Lowry and two enough, this contract also was
1A Pilrim father 8 Row children; and Dr. and Mrs. Mil- "impossible"-but it was fairly a
18 Sesame 9 Arda fmSsiber 3 Lure 42 Electrified ton W. Lyons. easy for the defense to make a
10Codage 11 HP$ 35Reveler particles fatal error.
command 12 Lamprey 36 Oriental 48Editor (ab.) Mr. and Mrs. Floyd R. McDer- fWestopened, the deuce of dia- CAPTAIN EAS
20 Rent 12atcher gutr 44 Durpreation mitt and son; Miss Elva McKee; monds, and South won with the
21 Fruit drink 17 catchbry 8 Remains 45Pr ly Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. Me- ace. Declarer then led his single- w'RE r of
,22 Chief priest O25 Distnct part 40Caterpillar 46Grsa Teer; Frank J. Maguire; Carlton ton heart and allowed West to LOOKIM! BT
Shrine of 25 Distinct part hair 51 That thng R. Millnowski; Aaron Nathan- hold the trick with the nine of F M ou 6.Ei
SSymbolfor 27 NAbove 41Malaysian 53Symbol for son; Jos. T. Oliver; William hearts. 5OTHERoe
S bol 27Above 41Malaysan 53Symbto Pearce; Mrs. Helen C. Petersen; At this point West should have AWNCEV, MR.
erbium 28 Withered canoe niton Miss Katherine C. Phillips; Jas. sniffed the scent of danger. Ob- McTI6 I YOU
2 Demandtor H. Pretz; Mr. and Mrs. Joao Ri- viously South did not have either @EE, HE
27payment 6 8 beiro; Mrs. Wm. A. Robins; Mr. the aceor king of hearts. Just as ROSIEP-
o29 Negative reply andMrs. Samuel H. Rowley and obviously, South was planning to
t0 Symbol for t I three children; Mr. and Mrs. ruff hearts in his hand. This was
te0 Symbol for bound to establish dummy's
telluriumn UeaJ hearts in short order. The only
32 Correlative ofivil Defense Head hope was to lead a club to setup
2 Correlative of tricks at once in the only suit
eithLer C that offered a chance for defens-
34 Through I"n Charleston, S a ye tricks.v
30 Symbol for tin West didn't like the looks of
136 Exstbo f tin e aAS li the clubs, so led another diamond.
,379 har isSays Folk ApathelThis was he fatal slip.
I9---g hair is iDummy won with the queen of
long and silkyCHARLESTON. .C., Aug. 24 diamonds, and South ruffed a
S Virgin (UP) Two ranking members of heart. Dummy then took the VIC FLINT
Small child the Charleston civilian defense queen of spades, and South ruff-
47Bind le etup quit 'today and the outgo- ed another heart. This establtsh-
148 Sculptor nin director charged that the ed dummy's queen., t
!4e Indon dian dof14 people are "apathetic" about the South next laid down the ace WHAT A RI-
Mindanaoedangers that war could bring, and king of trumps, leaving East neTOe THAT
52 This is James N. Sellers, head of the entered with the king of dia-
related to the Transportation Divi s 1 o n, and monds. and the queen of hearts
sakiRussell B. Long. chief of radio was led. East could ruff-but then,
64L ariats. in the Communications Depart- he had no tricks to cash. If the
enedett dt ment, resigned their posts. ace of clubs had been knocked
65P...t .................... Iout East could have taken two
isas odfrc---Meanwhile. Civil Defense Di- clubs at this point to set the con-
HEADACHE?rector Fred B. Hamilton, who has tract.
Spresigned effective Aug. 26 to re- As it was East had to return a
enter naval service, charged that club, whereupon dummy took the

caused by acid indigestion or temporary sluggishnes. He said at least 10.000 persons poor player.
should be active in the Civil De-
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WASHINGTONK, Aug. 24 (UF- President Truman
sked an unwWUing CoqmreMyesterdq to repeal three sc-
ion, of the nw eontr6ls Itw. wicht, he said, will add "bit-
ions and billions" to the of. livnand "put the black
larketeer back in then -ba ies.
In a special, 2 R _' a to the House and
senate, Mr. Truman woered that failure to amend the law
a signed so reluctantly only 23 days ag6 would endanger
he military and economic saty of this nation and the
entire free world. ,
The President's own Congressional lieutenants held
ut no hope of favorable-action on his request. But implicit
ri his message was the warning that he would hol4 Con-
ress respos ibl to se Voters in the 1952 elections if it
ails to act ind.runaway inflation takes hold.


Mr. Truman was 94I
upset with a "gIoe 'e" beul
whistle stop voted to lambaling the Re-
publcans and S hern De-
morats nla the .0th Con-.
greu who had blocked his.
programs. The same sollton
riddled his price controls law
last month. : '
Mr. Truman singled out for
epeal these three "worst" pro-
salons of the new law,
1)-An amendment by Sen.
iomer 1. Capehart, R., Ind.
permitting manufacturers to
>ass on to consumers all direct
nd indirect cost increases since
he Korean War. The President
called this an "economy booby
rap" and said its effect will be
o shift more of the burden of
he defense program fro* busi-
Less to the consumer.
2)-An amendment by Rep.
,. S. Herlong, Jr., D., Ala..
uaranteering wholesalers and
etaileis. their pre-Korean per-
entage markups. Mr. Truman
,aid this invites the nation's
,00,000 storekeepers to become
'commission salesmen for in-
lation. It offers them a per-
entage stake in every price In-
rease."
3)-An amendment by Sen.
lugh Butler, R., Neb., and Rep.
)lifford Hope. R., Kan., for-
idding price controller Michael
r. DiSalle.from putting quotas
'n the .; amount of livestock
laughterhouses can kill. The
resident said this Will mean
'lack marketeering and higher
neat prices and make the black
narketeer "harder to catch."
Mr. Truman, aWip appealed to
congresss to restore -reductions
n the bullgets of L_-W tabiliza-
ion agenalee, t ;tve the Ad-
inistration i ll. tq bulkL
rar plants and th kll,4 p a-
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ducts.
'The Presidential message for
the most -part repeated the
same arguments Mr. Truman
and his aides flung at Congress'
last month in a vain effort to
get the kind of. a law he wants.
The Honse didn't even walt
to receive it. Most members
took off for a 16-day vaca-
tion hours before the message
reached Capitol Hill.
The Senate was sitting but
was equally chilly, although
Chairman Burnet R. Maybank,
D., 8. C., immediately called a
meeting of his Senate Banking
Committee to discuss Mr. Tru-
'man's requests with. DiSall and
Economic Stabilizer Eric Johns-
ton.
DISalle's price. agency fired
the first blast in what appear-
ed to be "blame it on Con-
Sgress" drv9 by the Adminis-
tlon.
Spokesmen said beef price ceil-
ings would have to go up an-
other qne to two cents a pound
within 60 days because of the'
Capehart amendment.
"'All along the line, under the
Capehart amendment, business
is protected," Mr. Truman said.
"Business is told that it
need not absorb rising costs.
But no such assurance is ex-
tended to the consumer, the
wage earner and the people
living on pensions and other
fixed incomes. They stand at
the. end of the line, and the
effect of the Capehart amend-
ment is to take all rising
costs......out of their pockets,"
Mr. Truman said he "caq ot
believe" that Congress ,oew
what it was doing when it pass-
ed. that amendment. .
He linked it- to tht Herlong
amendment as a device which
"pyramids" rising business costs


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KidnapHunt For Shapely

(ek Continues In Miami


'MIAMI BEACH, Fla.,'Aug. 24 (UP) Sheriff's officers
yesterday quizzed 25 intimates of a shapely young hotel clerk
believed kidnapped and possibly murdered by robber bandits.
Searhing parties scoured the sand dunes and mangrove
swamp area along the north beach for a trace of the missing
beauty. '


"But we can't 'break through
the mystery," Chief Deputy Sher-
iff 0. Henderson said, trying
to find ott exactly what happen-
ed ealy yesterday when blue-
eyed MXt. Lewana Newman, 24;
vanished from the Gould Hotel-
leavinhg trail of blood and an
office strongbox looted of $925.'
Hotelmanager Joe Gould show-
ed officers another safe still con-
taining $5,000 worth of jewels
and $2,100 In cash.
Gould said Mrs. Newman had a
key to that safe, but apparently
refused to turn it over to the
thieves.
Investigators found one of the
girl's black satin sandals, a gilt
belt buckle, a hairclasp and a sin-
gle, earring lying near a three-
inch smear of blood a few feet
from the hotel's side door.
"This evidence of a struggle
forces us to assume kidnapping "
Deputy Paul Cousins said. "But
I can't get it through my head
why anybody would be willing to
trade a one-to-ten year robbery
sentence to risk a kidnapping rap."
Cousins said many of the 25
persons questioned in a continu-
ous grilling session all last ixlght
and today were "boy friends" of
the comely brunette.
The estranged husband of Mrs.
Newman, who has a six-year-old
son, was one of those questioned
and released.
"She kicked around quite a bit
-like any unmarried girl," the
deputy said. "She could take care
of herself."
and passes them on to the gen-
eral public.
The consumer has been
caught between the hammer of
the Capehart increases and the
anvil: of the Herlong increases,'"
he said.
The President, turning to the
'Sam bloc which helped take
teeth out of his controls
warned that the ndtionw
.at farmers- ate helped by
rising prices is "largely an
illusion."


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STO|- PANAMA


Cousins dismissed the theory
that the girl might have beqn op-
erating as an "inside woman" for
the robbers or that she might
have taken the money alone and
left misleading clues.
,"If that were true, why would
she take the $925 and leave
$2,100?" Cousins emphasized. "It
would have been just as simple to
make the bigger haul."
The deputy said two other ho-
tels near the Gould had been rob-
bed in the last six months, but
he said "the pattern of this one
doesn't link it with the others."
Teachers at the nursery board-
ing school where Mrs. Newman's
son, Jimmy, is staying have not
told him of the kidnap-robbery
and he is looking forward to his
mother's weekly visit.


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Lt. Ch ies f. DDprrls, USN,
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White as -1% Sefetary to the
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anal Zone from the Office of
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D.C.
Enlisting in the Navy in 1943,
Lt. -Dorris advanced through the
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Dog Ineuded. TOO
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inscribed In thi.-fashion: "Fa-
ther," "Mother, "B esas ie,"
"John," "Pricilla," "Our precious
dog Flbssie."

ficer and won his commission in
1944.
Lt. Dorris was accompanied
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Carrie Davis of Norfolk. Va., and
his three children, Marion, 19,
Barbara 15 and JimmiC 12. They
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Indians Edge Yanks 2-1 To Increase Leaguei


Lemon Hurls Three-Hitter Saturday's Faces In b *

To Best Raschi In Duel Program .' The Majors JQE W1LLIAM3
By United Press
S1st Ra 'F-" 'ANatives-7 F La t
N Y A 24 -pe it"Pu .- American League National LeaguAM ,. .
NEW YORK, Aug. 24- Bob Lemon pitched a three- First Race of the Doublese W" nrLeo sy. t .t GB. TEAM- Wr Lost P G.I m. t It heir= Om
hitter 2-1 triumph over the Yankees at Cleveland, placing -Golden Faith V. Ara uz 120 TRAM- Won Lost Pet. G.B. TEAMS- Wone Lt Pet. GA. Nr fhose to vit U
hitter 2-1 triumph over the Yankees at Cleveland, placing 2-Politico H. Reyes 105x Cleveland.. 7 43 .645 Brooklyn 78 42 .64 Barry Markson w tot the *ct M
the Indians three full games in the American League lead 3--U Mono J. Baeas, Jr. 105X New York. 75 46 .620 2 New York. 70 51 .579 7! porary prin r a, a subject only a man of l t w
over their New York rivals. 4-Fulmine A. Mena 117 Boston 72 47 .605 5 Philadelphia 80 .5W1 1~ approach in evident eanet.
5--Don Catalino J. Phillips 110 h o: 65 56 .537 13 St. Louis. 57 5 .4NA 17 Mr,. mwrkon whob reads the oommercila r
It was Lemon's sixth straight victory and his 15th of 6--Domino 0. Chais Detroit . 57 63 .475 20!i Boston . 56 59 .487 18' hId t fln ed reviewing three recet ,
the season. It was also the Indians 16th consecutive win 7-Don Temi A. Phllp 115 Whngton 48 7 .403 29 Cincinnati 53 .44 23 over Laye, Rand Turin overRay Ro e
Muesniipal ani8-Mir~pda C. Chavez 108x Philadelphia 49 74 .398 30 Chicago. . 51 6 .436 24 Walcott over hzrard CWarles.
at Municipal Stadium. Note: Don Temi races out of the St. Louis 37 81 .314 391' Pittsburgh 49 71 A.40 28 "And there wasn't the slightest, sueEeton of l-d
Yankqe pitcher Vic Raschi was a two-day stomach upset which betting. T -Gmcne n don with to tfhe three at al th Mo rtudr
Lemon's victim in the first of a left him weak, gave up seven Tddays Games oursportst e. conte
crucial three-game series be- hits aed had a two-hitter go- 2nd Race "G" Natives -- Fgs. Washington at Detroit.s ) Today's Gamet oblF.tmolt. Ruh F.umb lon that the ta ty oteawtels
tween the two hottest pennant ing until the seventh. Purse: $250.00 Pool Closes 1:15 Philadelphia at St. ouis (N). Pittsburgh at ladelhia (N) la oertre .
Te defe cdl e Dodgesl' New'York at Cleveland (N). Cnlcinnatl at00 e0ton (N). 3 In h ad a c etly over t ls d .. ....
contenders. The defeat cut the Dodgers' Second Race of the Doubles New York at Cleveland (N). Ci at Brookl (N).* ItU w at this tthat Mr. or. an, who s no. a
After the Yankees got a run lead to seven and one-half games 1-Con Valor Il E. Dario 102 qston at Chicago. ois at Nw rk Little League fashionabl n wear, appeared and propo o
through some loose fielding and over the idle second place Giants. 2-Almirante A. Bazan 109 a Yk nothing began to talk Of the Frank o. ght
daring base running in which The Dodgers' Roy Campanella 3-Zamba C. Chavez 104x Yesterday's Results Johnson for the heavyweight ch plo in Paris.
Hank Bauer came home follow- clouted his 27th roundtripper. 4-La Negra A. Mena 108 Boston 511 110 000-9 14 2 "WYesterday' Results oC ATE the rimaon tl n rapidly in Mr. M -to steal t ionl mr
ing a double steal in the third, All other .National League 5-Avivato E. Silver 100 St. Louis 00'0 300 000-3 9 1 Yesterday's ults LOCAL AT the crimson mounerapidlyin Mr r
Lemon tightened his control, teams were idle. 6-Diez de Mayo C. Iglesias 4-113 Parnell (15-9) and Robinson; St. Louis 000 020 002-4 5 3 First Half-Season Standings had anc needed It would have been the biggest international r
The Inians made it 1-1 in the 7-Monteverde V. Castillo 112 Sanford (3-8), Suchecki, Paige, Brooklyn 000 000 101-2 7 2 TEAMS- Won Lost Pot. bery in the history of the racket."
fourth when Dale Mitchell walk- Widmar and Batts. Lanier (8-8) and.D. Rice; New- ill La Bocans.. .. 7 2 .778, Mr. MarkOn wined. Racket isi an+ ugly word. He ighed
ed and Mexican ace Roberto Avi- Summer Progrrmt combe (16-8), Podblelan and Twin City Rookies. 6 3 .467 frustraton; It as elear his sermon for the dayi was endie
la singled. Avila moved to third 3rd Race ,"," Imported-4'/ Fgs. New York 001 000 000-1. 3 0 Campanella. Fergus (L. B,) Cubs 3 6 .333 there was doubt he had won any convert. The competition
on a doubleplay and scored on a Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 1:45 Cleveland 00 110 00Ox-2 7 1 M'eello -Gamboans 2 7 .222 too rugged. Mr. Morgan poke as a pre-eminent authority
single by rookie Harry Simpson. T finae oay One-Two Raschi (17-9), Hogue and Ber- (Only Game Scheduled.) knavery.
e winning runcame in the el- 1-Laconico) Jose Rodgz. 107 ra; Lemon (15-9) and Hegan. I .T l MONEY WAS o'isV]Et Ia UIP,*
lowing inning r when Jim Heg aarll a o -- i n o Second Half-Season Standings The plot to Arisk .. o.a title i.tJoii.
singled and Da15th ve itchell cdou- A t a a3--Fulanto l V. Castllo(5 115 Wash. 000 006 130-10 14 TAM Won Lost Pect. had been led to believe Moran would moel o ro
bled. -Suav B. Aguirre 120 Detroitm ) 000 000--) Dorh Th ai ng oTwin CitRookies. 6 3 .67 motions so that the two could pick up ne way douh,





S st o s. Ca4esa B. Agurr 1 anale Zone Table 000^- 000 00obody0-i d
Meanwhile, the Yankees -ere Although the Margarita Gym- 5-Piragua R. Gomes 120 Porterfleld (5-6) and Kluttz; y Wo'cells Gamboans 5' 4 .556 suspicious midway atid finished so strongly the referee
menaced from behind by tha e nasium will be open until the be- 6-Miss Cristina A. Mena 105 Trout (7-13), Borowy and Gins- IfllIeam Lr a( 3 .... 4 5 .444 l ars otler, who w e sk OWn.IO t ee e solto t abeu
Red Sx who won 9-3 from the ginning of school for informal 7-Nijlinsky G. Cruz 120 berg, House. Fergus(L.X.)Cubs3 6 3s oateswasfordtogive the
BrownsThe n a St. Louis night play. the planned and supervised 111 feit overnot the waYounChadwick as I know over there."
game as lefty Mel Parnel scr- program of activities will be ter- 4th Race "C" Imported-4 1 Mile ble Tennis TourPhnamedelpa 301 101 00-6 9 Angel Delae combnaton Chwill A. oneshp Series Mcetric who w Moranlto Mr. Morgan wa
our-hitter. e pe- ye t rnts nilht Purse: $400.00 Pool Closes 2:20 Chicagollows: play 101 010 000-3 7 adyHoward ROBERT PATE (I 28 444 tht he had een hn a movie plain a bit rt the gh
Two of the Tigers hits came ea aragon A Vasque x Boys Junior Singlese Fred Les pauldng at the ame place. *eems to have bh t around hee n Wh day
paignth two out in the ninunth. It was as en pQuiniela Foler (5-9). Scheb and As- uday at 8:15 a..AM Won Lost t. means altogether honorable. Mr. McKet s v in wa wher







Porterfield's fifth triumph since Aug. 30. 3-Newminster) K. Florea 114 2irs Junior Singles: A. Lee Ju(io Pnilla clash against the Earl Beat (I) e7 24 421 he playe some football and studied denttry. T Bob Murpe
The Red o thex settled things in Tody the Margarita "A" and -PMontmartre V. Ortega 120 troth;a 114 (Balboa). Omphro brothers-C. Omphroy Herrick Holde a 59 23 350 the last minute he had vetoed the conspirghtheavyw and relght title Wedne
the first frame with five runs and D"League teams will meet the 2-Dofina Eleida) C. Ruiz 116 Hudson and Sheely, Masi. tn e h R Rues 1 .2 Carentier of his curious i it i ee that
added single tallies in the second Paciic side champions in the 3-abBetty) Jose Rod. 1120 e or.onton) meet CotheEnesto Pinate-Da- a iC a us ?o u te r waon i



doubles and a single f s for the Isthmian Junior 4-Cantaclaro V. Castllo 120 un l (Boy): H. Tet- Wednesday afternoon the Cecl Griffith (a n p l 52 19 346 Mr- Mora tells you he was with the fighter the nght h
They are now only two gaes be- Basketball Championships at the 5-Levadur loses 3 P. V. Arauz120Olymphroy brothers Courteasily van- R4 p.m. (T 0 20 33 christened "Mary Ann," t unfortunately he le




on the fast collapsing White Sox, dancing, has arrange a um ir ac t o (Diablo). quiTabed Midee-Arnei 6-, -2, Ler tielo Gamboansi I 51 17 333 sPP2, ily a No e details. Whether historians wil be willing t acepn
ing the second placthe Yankees.thi Cristobal Gymnasium. T h e of es e -anss Fairfax B. Aguirre 110Yesterday the eors se Mta- amtatement without upporamting evidence lea
Thein a row 6-3 Sen ators finally ended an games re to paresentthe. finalthlet- 7-Haste Stara C. Bovesis 112C. Lt. Claude uke team won by for-Pascual 6-0 playoff) 10 would you believe t, the urse one
eleveHank Majeski homestreak and Ed- The venadulta of the Mme r program. 8-In Time J. Ruiz 111 Tenn T amen feit over the Young-Chadwick as I know it's ting Bobardr Wells there."
troit when they made 14 hits to In order that parents may see -Scotch hm A. Vasquez r Dubles (Men): Les- Monday Hele-PFinallla whipped AarragesMrMaren (MG 49 15 o n r al.the occasion t have mllente oode r
score a 10-0 decision over the Ti- the work their children have WiDon lomonoscon)ners L. M ontavanT (An" oard-L LaMotte -0 hav nm appear sol, iue mHei r
ers as Bob Porterield pitched a done during the vacation period, Tomorrow at p.m. the Willis- plae al ree- low he murmured.
four-htter especially in handicraft a n d 5th Race "C" Imported 1 Mile b Tennis Tournament were as Angel Delvalle combination will *A. Jones (MG) do 18450 It came outthat what recaed
Two of the Tigers' hits came square dancing, a parents night Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes 2:55 follows: play rak k wr ROBERT PATE ().3 28 444 Between roud I to t think n
with two out ind the D ninth. It was has been planned for Thursday, 1 -Paragon A. Vasquez l0x Boys Junior Singles Fred Lesle who paulding atthesame place. arlyle Layne I ca seen fought around I herexplain t l ope
Porterfield's fifth triumph since Aug. 30. 2-Riding East) C. Iglesias 112 lie (Ancon). Sunday at 8:15 a.m. Bill Hele- 'W. Barnaby (F)... 39 ti .436 A big good-looking fellow, he had come out of Penniylvauia when
t hem by winning a 4-3 decision NAHVILLE(NEA) Va 3Newminter) K.Flore 114 Grls Junior Singles: A. Lee Julio Pnilla clash against the Earl Best (I)...... 7 24 .421 somefootball and studied i n





ciinthem. ball games this fall-more than t-Carhbe T i. Au rr(so. 3 MissiCrissna Fglanito 42 h eate plaed n oIr2a
ankees in June anpitchin despite any of the handicraft pro- 4-Pamphlet H. Alamora 114 (Balba). phroy brother-C. Ophry Herrick Holder () 59 23 90 who fought ny Maim for the light-heavyweight title Wedne




brilliant ects completed by the children 5-SPolvorazo V. Ortega 112 Senior Singles (Men): Pheltyno- E. Omphroy. .dingEast (e) Polvorao TRIPLES: Many players with day night up h is n ekwear tof and departed. xcepttht M
heredndaf Margarita who has been 7-Chacabuco Jose Rodgz. 109 Senior Singles (Women): J. Luke meet Croeslyn Guardia-G. L. Blades (TC) .... 80 21 .350 too. H s "Mary Ann," he used to call
ered and Cass Michaels hit two ha ofMn c Js 10 Reccia(Margarita Schay. *Carlos Caddle I. 43 15 .349 R ANNCAM TO
doubles and a single. working with -rhe small childrenR ciRaea c h a s r Ca MRS: Walter St. 4Louis (F)1 .ranh it-
The Athletics again poured it f the community n square thRace "1-" lmorted F Junior Doubles (Boys): H. Tet- Wednesday a t e r n o o n the Cecil Griffith (F). 52 19 Holder34 Morgan tells you he was with the f er he
on the fast collapsing White Sox, dancing, has arranged a number Purse: $375.00-- Pool Closes 3:35 tenburn (Diablo), P. Olassburn Omphroy brothers easily van- Ram. Jimdnez (TC) 59 20 .339 christened it "Mary Ann,"obb t unortia tl e is a
beating them for the third time of square dances to de demon- First Race of the Doubles (Diablo). quished Mdenze-Arnelli 6-, 6-2, Leroy Ifill (I) .. .. 51 17 333 supply the details. Whether historic
n a row 6-3 at Chicago. The A's stated to parents. 1-Haydn V. Castillo 120 Junior Doubles (Girls).Cor- while Tuesday Guarda-Schay0 Maynard (TC). 9 the gentleman's statement without












in aow6- C WEIGHT 95 IbT 3-AlfonsAto 0. Chanis 112 r i-Milros C. Iglelas 109 OFFICE SUPPLIES W.net. Louis,P1i C.Baxter ), t
Hank Majeski homered and Ed- The adults of the Margaita -Hste Star C. Iglesias 120 ian (Diablo), C. Glasurn trounced Pereira-Pacual -0, ran (MG)... 3 14.323 em.
ie Joost Dave Philley, pitcher Suare Dance Club will alo be 3-Callmedear A. SMenaot 120 th Race "C" Nblo) 6s- Fg ribbon or all makes of of- BASES ON BALLS: W..... 45 14 311 "He s fighting Bombardier Well, the
Dick Fowler nd Joe Astroth all on hand to add to the show. The 4-Bforo. G. Sanchez 12 enior Doubles (Men): F. Les- Monday Hele-Pinlla whipped ), 19; R. Warreinar (MG (TC),. 49 15 London at the t 14; J.For the occas
doubled30 program which will get under 5-Don Salomon Jose Rod. 109 lie (Ancon. L. Montavani (An- R. Gard-L. LaMotte 6-0 6-3. Dicar- not have minimum appear- There s lively bettgat the ring I












125 e 8-SeuestroJ.delRosarlo17x 2-Taponazo J Cadogen 120 bon paper, typewriter cov- SACRIFICES: H. Glg (TC), F 1 A t m
Fowler, ith relief help from way at 7:00 p.m. will be termn- 6-Baby Ro K. Flores 10912 MrEspos Menosa 108 r, folders guides, index ; R at Jm lne (Te for off, 4.
Carl Scheb. won his fifth game. aed with refreshments provided 7-MBean Etoile C. Chavez 109x 4- hite Foubleet J. Rodgzmen 110 ardso very improve ind t
NATIONAL LEAGUE THby E WORLD gaa Recreana K. Floreon As- 8-Batt. Cloud B. Aguir (a),arita),R. SamueB.ls (THickey ranch, Bedot (I), an trouble ttn
The Cardinals finally ended sociatioif Probably'the outstanding com- BY "CLOCKER" oTRERLEADERS "Between rounds I VAYto6er Do u'a n b e
the hoodoo the Dodgers had overpetitor was title Fred Leslie who the oean?' I can see he Is putd.I '












decision 79th Race "1-2" Imported-1 Mile 0. Payne (F). 2 each. SCOTCH WHISKY
them by winning a 4-2 decision NASHVILLE--(NEA) Van- 7th Race "F" Im0ported--4 Pp. won the Junior Division and thensthebuo uenarebhe goingltook
at Ebbets Field after the Dodgers derbilt and Alabama play eight Purse: $500.00- Pool Closes 4:05 HITS: Robert Pate (I) 28; Earl t t IO
had won 14 games in a row from Southeastern Conference foot- Second Race of the Doubles teamed up with one of the senior 1-Don Te Don Catalin Best () 24; vDunan Lord (MG), 24. 10th he winds up hiright,let t i hae t and all o
Games re1- e e 1 boys and wn the senior doubles --Die de Mayo Amirane DOUBLES: Robert Pate () and I win a hatful. To this day I de the fi












thEeLE.IA lAlA hsA llToN ra re B. Aguitrero 120 WASHINGTON-(NEA) -Most TI (I), 42; Ram6n JImnnen (TC),32; | L aflTothisl day, k m
Max Lanier, pitching despite any other fbr. 23-ostceya amaniego 117 sortsmen aree that ce fish -Miss Cristina Fulanito H. JHoldnez (TC) 4; L. Blde greatest invention known to civil o
)3-CRoadmuterl Flores 112 4-R-Miss Fairfax Baby Betty (e) (TC) 4; James Howard (oF) 4. Mr. Marlk on seemed i4 s afmmeasurablyaiby Be TCl4l;
...... .. ..... "4-Sans Souci A. Bazan 112 6--Bartolo A. Phillip 116 --Riding East (e) Polvorazo TRIPLES: Many players with picked up his neckwear kit and departed.
5-Uncle James A. Soto 120 7--ol0d Cylle J. Avila 119 6-Callmedear Haydn one each.
6-Frutal H. Reyes 103x 7-Roadmaster Caribe HOMERS: Walter St. Louis (F)
I1I-Bien Hecho Armeno 3; C. Griffith (F.), H. Holder
Central Pursre:t he1550.0th_"E" -rPeopool Closes 5:40s -Charles S. Mete Bufla (TC), R. Jim(nez (TC), and Rob-r
S8Ath Race 1-2Imported- 1 -Pepsi Cola A. Men 105 1--The Bath Road The Dauber ert Pate (I) 2 each.
Quiniela 3--alante II 0. Chanis 112 ONE BEST-The Bath Road. Holder (TC) 15; Earl Bet (I) 13;
ENGINE 1T-Ranchopaja V. Rodgz. 113x 4-The B. Road M. Hurley 112 Ram6n Jimnnez (TC) 13.
= SPRY98cc. o0 t 2-Bien Hecho J. Avila120 5_The Dauber K. Flores120 STRIKEOUTS: 0. Moreno. 17; Fa HurteS
WEIGHT 95 Ibs. 3-Alfonsito 0. Chanis 112 6-Milros C. Iglesias 109 OFFICE SUPPLIES w. St. Louis, 15; C. Baxter (O),
NO GEARS 4-Nantago Jose Rodriguez 120 14; 0. Payne (I), 14.
EASY PARKING 5--Armnfo A. Mena 120 11th Race "C" Natives-6'jFgs. ribbons for all makes of bf- BASES ON BALLS: W. Forde
125 Mi e MOTOR CYCLE 7-Cotillon A. Soto 114 1-Raymond V. Rodriguez 105x adding machine rolls, car- Allen (MG), 14,01 N I
Gas "llm 8-Secuestro .. del Rosario 117x -2-Taponazo J. Cadogen 120 bon paper, typewriter coy- SACRIFICES: H. Killings (T ), A LE
per Gallor trotraport.. t .. p er mile 9-Tetravera K. Flores 112 3r-Mr. Espinosa A. Mena 1,08 es, folders guides, index 5; R. Jimdnez (TC), 4.
THOUSANDS IN USE ALL OVER 10-Beach Sun C. Chavez 109x cards. HIT BY PITCHER: A. Brown
(fceeTHE WORLD "5Eloina K. Flores 116 (F), R. Samuels (TC), E. Best (I),
5 (thrRacenimporteh-i SCOTCH WHISKY "
urn: 175.00 Pool Closes 5:15 STOLEN BASES: R. Molinar
One-Two HARD WINTERS (TC) and a. Duncan (MG), 2 ea.
I 1-Mete Bulla R. Gomez 120 TOTAL BASES: Robert Pate &CoN 1820--STILtGoIN1SToN ,
UE R1 A fACA ART N 2-Ahes M. I uetrero 120 WASHINGTON--(NEA) -Most T.a I I N, INA) (). 42; Ram6n JIm.ez (TC), 2; The fashionable drink vIryw a


RACES SATURDAY and SUNDAY


QUINIELAS
4th ond 8th RACES


3rd and 9th RACES OPACABANA "Can CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
3rd and ~th RACES ,AVOY,,. I AT THE RACE TRACK J

SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE SUNDAY'S FEATURE RACES
5th Race "C" mprteds Mile 5th Race C Importeds 1 Mile 8th Race "A" Importeds 1 Mile
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m. Purse: $1,000.00 ($100.00 added)
1. PARAGON ............... A. Vdsquex llOx Pool Closes: 4:40 p.m. QUINIELA
2. (RIDING EAST ............. C. Iglesias 112 1. CORAGGIO ............. .. B. Aguirre 110 "ECONOSOC CONGRESS CLASSIC"
3. (NEWMINSTER .............K. Flores 114 2. BETUN .................... A. Basdn 120 1. PIARD ................ A Guerrero 108
2. PHOEBUS APOLLO ........ B. Auirre 115
4. PAMPHLET ............ H. Alsamora 114 3. S ................... A112 3. DICTADOR ................. A. S.ot 119
SSISMO .................... A. Soo 112 4. ROYAL COUP ............ C.Igleias 115
5. POLVORAZO .............. V. Ortega 112 SU............... Daro
6. SILVER DOMINO .......... O. Chanis 120 4.. BEDUINO ............ Jos. Rodrigues 112 6, oFELSH LO.. ..i e 10
7. ?SANDWOOD .............. E. A.Mera 99
7. CHACABUCO .. ..... .. Josi Rodrigues 109 5. DELHI ................J. Samaniea 120 8. FU ..................... A. Msa 104


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30 UNIe B3 k

NEW YORKE Ag. .24. The United ?es flirted today that
the Philadelphia Plpils defend champions in the NateinalU
League will rebalid for 1 by trading htelr wae reUefer oe
last season.- ,
S that is Jimhn K stant ... ho w' otod -the most valuable
player in the leas= laIt yett when he ao j d in a record 74
games whiUe winnitn 1t anl losIPg ee, T year sKonstanty
has won four rmes and Jest 10 a the Phfl Itagger around In
third place, all but mtheaasticaly out of the race.
In exchange for Kontanty, the Phile want a proven start.
ing pitcher or a hard sttua ouatfelder. It Is said manager Ed-
die Sawyer wIll l baud with shorteto taB e Rpamm-er, out-
fielder Rlehle Aabburn, and pitcher Rolil obert and Bybba
Church. All other. including the solid hitting outfelder DlO
Ennis, are on Sawyer's tradeable ist.
Another manager --- Leo buroeher of the New York Giants -
wants it known hi elubstill is shooting for the pennant despite
the healthy le held by Booklyn. .
"What do y think we're playg fort" asks Duroher, whone
giants have won 11 otraihtt. A I supposed to say 'No, we'll
never catch. Drookly' If we were going to give up, we'd quit
right now. What's the sense of playing any more If you're go-
ing to sit back and say- 'rooklya will win In a .reee'."
Duroeber spped to take another breath and continued -
"Of course, w're fix to catch them. We re going good now
and it's up to the other guys to worry."*


Powells, Westinghouse


Deadlocked For 1st Place


In Atlantic Hoop League
-0-'


STANDINGS
TEAMS- Won-Lost Pet.
Powells ... ..: .. 4 1 .800
WVestinghopise.. 1 .0
Caribe .. ... .. 4 .67
903rd Battery .. .. 1 3 .2S0
Coco Solo .. .., 1 4 .200
Junior Varsity... 1 4 .200
In the first game Powells won a
very close decision from Caribe
by the narrow score of 55 to 54. It
looked as though Caribe was go-
ing to have a-very easy win as
they led throughout most of the
game.
At the half Caribe led by 11
points but, during the third quar-
ter Powells pulled to within two
points of Caribe. Trailing by one
oint with about a minute to play
ready's long shot and Manning's
lay-Up put Powells ahead to stay.
Brady and Anderson each scor-
ed 13 to pace thefwinners while
Simons had 19 for the night with
Caribe.
In. t last gafme of the night
IWnttighoitse fntUeA to ally
uip irr'onntelqn,*lIth.Pwella s
defeat= uni Varty' to f,
Ltme of 47 to 39 in another close
ball game. Westinghouse, trail-
ing by six points at the itlf pull-
ed ahead by the end of the third
quarter and managed to win by
eight points.
" For the Westinghouse team .the
scoring was pretty well evened
out aniong the team while for
Junior Varsity it was Peltynovich
and Rinehart with 9 and 8 re-
spectively.
Box scores of the games:
Powells- FG fT TP
Sullivan........ 4 1 9
Manning. .. ,. .. A "
Bailey .. .... .. 2 5 9
Anderson .... .. 5 3 lo
Brady ...... .. 3 7 13
Wilson ........ 0 0 0
Simons ........ 0 1 1
Bryant .... .. 0 0 0
Smith. .. .. .... 0 0 0
Totals. ........ 17 fi 55


wP r


Caribe- FG FT TIP
Hall .... .. .. 4 1 9
Capalbo.... .. .. 4 4 12
Hooper .... ....0 1 1
Moser. .... ..0 1 1
Sons ...... 8 3 19
Gibson ...... 2 1 5
Trout........1 1 3
Hlghley.... .... 0 0 0
Swearingen. .... 0 0 0
Welch. ........2 0 4
Moore ......... 0 0 0
Totals...... 21 12 54
Westinghouse- FG FT TP
Ibaftez .. ... 3 0 6
Salas. ....... 2 1 5
Lam.......... 2 0 4
Arosemena. ......4 0 8
Castillo......... 0 0 0
. Tom.. .. .. ..1 3
Magdaleno.... 1 3 5
Rios. .... ...1 0 2
Kuirt ...... .. 1 0 2
T. Cells.. ...... 2 2 6
F. Ton .. '.. .. 0 0 0
C. Magdaleno... 3 0 6
Totals .. ........ 7
Junior Varsity- FG FT TP
Peltynovich .... 4 1 9
Egolf ......... 0 2 2
Rinehart. ...... 4 0 8
Roberts.. .. .. .. 1 1 3
T. Salter. ...... 2 2 6
Hatgi ........ 2 2 6
. Salter ........ 2 1 5
Didier. ....... 0 0 0
Palumbo ...... 0 0 0
Edmounds.. .. .. 0 0 0
Tagaropulos... .. 0 0 0
Totals... .... .. 15 9 39
FRIDAY'S GAMES
First Game: Coco Solo vs. Ju-
nior Varsity.
SSecond Game: Westinghouse
vs. D-903rd Battery.
TURNSTILE TOPPER
CHICAGO (NEA)-The White
Sox home attendance this sea-
son will be the highest in the
club's history.


An international incident over a persecuted
parrot (charming Mlle. Coco) makes as sparkling a story
as ever delighted two continents! This cause celebre begins
when the insensate ruling that no parrot shall ever set foot in
the U.S.A. brings out the bird-lover in an American writer, a
French Mayor, an Italian Line Captain, and even hardened
'customs officials.
How they win final victory over base bureau-
cracy is a true-life story to warm every heart, mes amis! And
in this same issue you're sure to enjoy the dramatic start of
a lunt new novel by William R. Scott. And the latest of
HERBERT HOOVER'S MEMOIRS OF PUBLIC LIFE.

h s. AugMt 25th kMu, NOW ON SAL



CoUier's


Wightman Cup


Pay Underway

NEiW YORK Aug. 24 (UP) -
.kMig g were annoinced for the
=veXimatch Wlghtman Cup ten-
series between the United
States and England at Boston
W h starts today. i
:orS s Hart of Coral Gables, Fla.
plays Jean Quertler and Shirley
ry -from Akron,,O., meets UMr.
jean Walker-Smith in singles
matches.
In a doubles match, the Cali-
fornia team of Mrs. Patricia Can-
ning Todd frbm La Jolla, and
Nancy Chaftee of Ventura play
Pat Ward and Joy Mottram..
Saturday, Maureen Congolly of
San Diego plays Kay Tuckey, Miss
Hart meets Mrs. Walker-Smith
and Miss Fry plays Miss Quertler
in singles matches. In doubles,
it's Misses Hart and Fry against
Misses Quertier and Tuckey.

Playground

Sports

SILVER CITY
Monday, Aug. 20, the Silver City
Junior High Intramural Soccer
League got under way at the Sil-
ver City Playground. Six teams
are engaged in this activity-
7-A, 7-B, 7-C, 8-A, 8-B, and 8-0.
The first game brought toge-
ther 7-A, captained by Donald
Peart and 7-B, engineered by Ba-
sil DeSousa.
In the first half both teams
'played cautiously. Goalkeeper
Randolph)Maxwell of 7-A stopped
a brilliant shot' to give his team-
mates confidence. The teams
fought for supremacy until the
whistle blew for half time.
In the second half, 7-B moved
at a terrific pace and Pedro Mor-
ris passed the ball to Esteban
Lowe who scored the first goal.
7-A retaliated and scored one.
Basil DeSousa outsmarted his
opponents by shooting a long
shot to score the second goal for
7-B. The final score-7-B 2, 7-A 1.
In the High School department
four teams vie for supremacy.
Grade 12, captained by Harold
Brown; grade 11. engineered by
Valentine DeSousa; Wilfred Mc-
Leod, captain for grade 10, and
Ram6n Olston for grade 9.
The first game brought togeth-
er Browns and Valentines.
The score was 6-2 in favor of
Browns.
In the Junior High department,
nine teams registered for the In-
tramural Volleyball L e a g u e
which also started Monday.
Two games were postponed due
to rain. Wednesday, the third
scheduled match, between 7-C
and 8-A, was thrillingly played
from start to finish, with the
match going to 7-C, captained by
Norma Hicks, by a close score of
15-12 and 15-13.
In a short twilight softball
game of the Canal Zone Local
Rate Softball Championship, Sil-
ver City Powells met Chagres at
the Chagres playground.
The game was a thriller from
the start to the finish. Powells
drew first blood chalking up
three runs. Chagres tightened to
even the score. Both teams scored
one more to finish the game at a
score of 4-4 in the fifth. The
game was called on account of
darkness.
L. Wilson toed the slab for
Chagres and was opposed by A.
Griffith of Powells.
Umpires: Antonio Downer, C.
Miles, and E. Manning,
Next Game: Sunday. Aug. 26,
at Red Tank-Silver City vs. Red
Ta9k.
FAMILY AFFAIR
Cincinnati- (NEA)-The first
family night at Cincinnati's Cros-
ley Field consisted of 4034 paying
males who brought with them
1604 women and children admit-
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Brilliant Four-Round Workout


Hard-hitting Eddie Burgin left
Pacific side fight fans talking
last night with a brilliant four-
round exhibition display during
the amateur program at the Pan-
amg Gym.
Eddie went two fast rounds
with PanamA City '128pdound
amateur champ Chico Anderson
then took* on the veteran Goyo
Castafiedas. Burgin, despite the
big 16-ounce gloves, had too much
power for Goyo and dropped him
with a terrific left hook to end
the second half of the exhibi-
tion.
- Burgin's punching power es-
tablished him an early favorite
over Panama's featherweight
champion, Federico Plummer.
Plummer, on the other hand,
have Atlantic aiders a glimpse of
the fine form he Is enjoying. He
worked out at the Colon Arena
yesterday afternoon.
Pacific side fight fans are re-
minded that the Sunday Colon
night train will be held Ond
hour to allow them to make the
return trip to Panama City.
The Sunday night train will
leave Colon at 11 p.m. instead
of 10 pin.
Tickets for the international
contest are already on sale at the
Colon Arena.
The supporting program in-
cludes a six-round semifinal be-
tween tough Joe Andrade and
the speedy Carlos Watson. These
135-pounders should more than
give the public their money's
worth.
A six-round special between
126-pounders Vicente Worrell
and Black Bill and a four-round
preliminary that pits Rodolfo
Ampudia against Al Stewart
complete the card.

Fight Dope '
BY UNITED PRESS
It looks like another period of
waiting for Light Heavyweight
Champion Joey Maxim.
The Cleveland clouter. who de-
fended his title for the first time
in 19 months when he decisioned
Bob Murphy Wednesday night,
probably will be sidelined again
until near the end of the year.
Maxim's manager-Jack Kearns
-says the champ bruised his left
hand so badly against Murphy,
that he won't be able to resume
training for one month.
peas says that makes it Im-
pe le for Maxlm to defend
against Don Cockell In London on
Sept. 25th as originally planned.
Kearns says he hopes Maxim will
be able to fight again before the
end of the year, probably against
Bob Satterfleld.
It was Maxim with plenty to
spare against Murphy at Madi-
son Square Garden Wednesday
night. Referee Ruby Goldstein
gave the fight to the champ 10-
three-two. Judges Charley Short-
ell and Harold Barnes each gave
10 rounds to Maxim and five to
the red-haired ex-sailor from
San Diego.
Middleweight Champion Ran-
dy Turpin of England and ex-
Champ Ray Robinson signed con-
tracts yesterday for their Sept.
12th return bout at the Polo
Grounds In New York. Turpin
took the crown from Robinson
last month in London.
Robinson will get 30 per cent of
the gate while Turpin. although
champ, will only receive 25 per
cent.










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NEW YORK, Aug. 24 (UP) -
The rookie sensation, Mickey
Mantle, left Fort Sill, Oklahoma,
by plane yesterday and will re-
join the New York Yankees in
Cleveland.
The 19-year -old outfielder
completed his third draft physi-
cal, but Army authorities refuse
to give the results. "Nobody
knows, yet," says a hospital
source at Fort Sill.
Dr. Charles Grayblll, a civilian
bone specialist who also exam-
ined Mantle, verified that the
Yankee star is suffering from a
bone disease in his left leg. Man-
tle was turned down both other
times because of the disease
which in the result of a football
injury.
"Whether or not the Army will
want to draft him with this bone
,infection," says Dr. Graybill, "is
up to the Army."
TONS OF. TUNA
Wedgeport, N. 8. (NEA) -
Nearly 10 tons of- bluefin tuna
were taken in one week on rod
and reel off Wpdgeport.

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or wobbling FASTIETH holds plates
firmer and more comfortably. This pleas-
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taste or feeling. Doesn't cause nausea.
It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks "plate
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.Even if the Army does take
Mantle, the outfielder is certain
of finishing the season with the
Yankees. His home draft board
in Miami, Oklahoma, has already
filled it squota for September and
October.

Lt. Claude Luke
Wins Inter-Service
Singles Championship

First Lieutenant Claude Luke,
of the Air Force, won the Inter-
Service Tennis'Singles thampion-
ship at Fort Amador Wednesday
afternoon, beating Lt. Col. Wel-
don Laiche, the Army champion,
.6-1, 6-3, 6-0. /
Luke relied very. largely 'on a
forehand chop of tremendoous re-
curacy both in the forecourt and
on the baseline. The colonel's
deep lobs worried him at times,
but his overhead response proved
adequate, and his tireless fore-
hand ground game, with ingeni-
ous retrieving, wore the Army
champion down. The third set,
with Colonel Lalche plainly fa-
tigued, was'almost a walkaway.
Luke, as Inter-Service Cham-
pion, succeeds his teammate,
M-Sgt. Willard Misner, who re-
turned to the U. S. earlier this
month.
Hospitalman First Class J. W.
Hale of the Navy acted as um-
pire, and the line judges were
Air Force Sgt. John Tully and
Army Sgt. Joe Lockman.


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS .UMMERCIAL 6
Household Automobiles Oo y, av dirlnkin ghlos Willoms S on. Claro Beeach Coan... PROFESSIONAL
Write Alceholics Anonymous Two bedrooms, Frigidaires, Rock.-
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, "Frigi- P 0 N T I A C Box 2031 Ancon, C. Z. gas ranges. Balbon 2-3050. P MA
doire." 3 1-2 Yr. guarantee re- We run a PERMANIN
mining, desk, Simmons couch, Th* le*tO Serei You have heard of the Boston Bar. HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO, El Voile. BARGAIN BAL of
mahogany, front room set, two in Used Car. Now is the time to drop in. George, Special for August. Room with OVERSTOCKUD ZT3MS
chairs, settee, bed, baby's bed, originally at El Rancho, is there private both $35.00 permonth,th
minor household effects. 614-D, Reconditioned & uerteed to give you the best of service. $20.00 for 15 days. Meals o la ereST QUALITY Ahe
Cocoli cll in Evening. Drinks at half-price Monday and carte. Reservations Tel. Pan. 2- FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
Cocoi. cl in venngs. C I V A, S. A. Thursday from 5 p. m. to 7 p. 1112. are priced LOWi
FOR SALE:-Kejvinator Reftigerator m. Welcome to Army, Navy and thrill ps. Bech cottages, Santo Clare, th* heapt.
8 ft., like new, Magic Chef, gas Your Pontcl* Dealer Air Force personnel. B oxea ch cottages, S.antClara Why not che aoes
4bu .likenewbabBox 435. Balboa. Phone Panama ot a money
ste. 4 burner, like new, baby FOR SALE:-1947 Buick Super Se- We notify our aviculturist custom- 3.1877. tristobal 3.1673. buying the best?
crib. RCA 7 Q V 5 Radio Victrolo- donette. See Cdr. Carpenter at ers thot we hove just received am
combination, in very good condi- Joint Weather Unit Albrq Phone er shipment of thave nsurmountceramilch's Santa Clarao beah GEO. F. NOVE Inc.
tion. 46 Street No. 27, Apt. 19, office 2237, home 7108 a Pp f h so cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas
Tel. 3-1061. 9 -- F LE --9 able Fu-O-Pep feed which is on stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6. 279 Central Ave,
FOR SAE Frigdair u FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac 4 Door, sole at the 'Mollno Criollo," No. 541 or 4-567. Tel 2-0140
FOR SALE: Frigidoire 9 cu. ft., 15,000 miles radio. # 106, Cen- 61 "B' Avenue. The prices, any Tl 1 0
Hot-point electric stove. 3 burners trial Avenue, room 24, PonomT. kind, in 100 Lb. saock $6.70. 25 CASINO SANTA CLARA
and oven. RCA rodio, 5 tubes, all __ lb. sock $1.70. Panama's Most Popular Residential
60 cycle No. 12, 23 St. East Bis. FOR SALE:-'38 Oldsmobile $250-- nd Recreational Suburbion Develop-
Good tires and running condition. Bids will be received in the office ment. Building Lots at Reasonable *
FOR SALE:-Baby crib and mattress, Telephone 2-1334 or 5533-D, of the General Manager, Commis- Prices. Overnight cabins at $2.00
porch blinds for duplex, play pen, Diablo. sory' Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z., person. A la Carte Restaurant, 7 to
card table, misc. items. House 380 until 3:00 p. m., Friday, Septem- 1 P. M. 111f synchronsd
B Second St. New Cristobol. FOR SALE:-1948 Codillac in per- ber 14, 1951, when they will' be' IAghtmeters arrived a
FOR SALE:--Newset of Peruvian fect condition. Telephone 3-2184 opened in -public, for furnishing FOR RENT
sFOv erware for 12 persons ruvks, or 2-1075. Panama. 450,000. pounds, or alternatively INTERNATIONAL
silverware for 12 persons forks, -- 225,000 pounds of Fine Granulat- A
spoons, knives, etc ) solid silver IS S D- C A ARS ed Sugar. Forms of proposal, with Apartments JEWELRY. INC.
925 on dhand make--152 pieces., full particulars, may be obtain- Avwial Centolal 24
It's regular price $675.00, but Complete selection makesS *d ain to a thbe in ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS (aoa Int e. Hotl)
will sell at the bargain price of models Servic Director, Balbo Heights, modern furnished-unfurnished port
$425. Call telephone 3-0766 or or of the General Manager mnt Contact office No. 8061. 10th
or of the General Manager, Co- St. New Crlstobal. Phone 138. Co.
2-3438. eshek out eore and prides missary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z. St New
FOR SALE:-Nearly new mahogany They Are The Best! MIAMI JALOUSIEA
405 Tivoli Avenue, Ancon. C I V A, S. A. apartment with balcony, excellent n lass, wood and J alulUnum.
FOR SALE: Complete household Your Pontiac ll Cd eale Miscellaneous location. Federico Boyd No. 1. Traverse
effects, refrigerator, dining set, PANAMA CANAL COMPANY FoR eN- FiCurtain Rails.
fans, motors, etc. You make the FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 98 convert- OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE RENT: Furnished apartment, Installed in
prices, we're leaving. Phone l- bl 1949 model Hydramotic.r For sale to the highest bidder, Build- one bedroom, livingroom, kitchen any length
boa 2-1503. House 641. Brand new WSW tires, motor, bo- wings Nos. 102, 104, 1045, Balboo and both, Frigidaire, all screened, *
O SALE:-- hogan hestdy excllnt cond be f financed. Phon duty paid. Heights; 264 Ancon. Sealed bids will Bella Vista. Apply # 3, Jose Du- Transparent
SFOR SALE- Mohogany chest, ma- Con be financed. Phone Bolboo be received in, the office of the Su- que Avenue, top floor La Cresto. Fade Pro-
hogany rockers, Simmons easy 3535 or Ponoma 3-1025. aereed or B tecting
chair, Mixmaster, toaster, work erintendnt of Storehouses at Balboa FOR RENT:-Aportment, livingroom,. window shade.
bench. House 1546-B, Almond St. FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile # 88 utl 10:30 a m., September diningroom. bedroom, terrace, gar-
Gavilan Area, Balboa. 4 door sedan with all accessories, 1951, when they will be opened in age, maid's room. Via Porras No. Th
Ge$ALE Ar, olb $2.000.Q0. 827-D. Empire St., public. Forms of proposal with full 64. Tel. 3-1863. T Onw
FOR SALE:-1951 Crosley 4-burner Balboa, C. Z. particulars may be secured in the ____ __ ...._COWE__S_
-.electric range. Automatic oven ond, -- -- ----- offices of the Superintendent of FOR SALE C VENTiCAN
other features. 60 cycle. 9-B, 6th. FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Six, Custom Storehouses, 'Bolboo, and the Hous- FOR SALE BLIND,
St. New Cristobal. De Luxe, 4 Door $1,085.00. G. E. ing Manager at Balboa Heights. amazing low
.. "- -.- Radic. $30.00. Phone 2-3550 or----- ------- Boats & Motor prices.
-.FOR SALE:--9 Ft 25 cycle Westing- 4-113. FOR SALE:-Fine-bred Puppies, 10
house refrigerator, $150.00. 353- -!---- weeks old. Vilar family. End of 9th FOR SALE: Motor boot. 20 foot, R. A. COWES y Cia.
B New Cristobal Phone 3-1648. FOR SALE:--1950 Buick Special, 4 St. Barriodo Panama America, overall equipped for fishing, new
.e --a door, radio, new tires, $1,700. Call Lefevre Park. condition. 465 Balboa Yacht Club. Tel. 2-0756 Avei Cuba No. 67
6FOR' SALE: Universal automatic 273-3296, 2-1847 ofter 4 p. m. I nquire 75 -C, Balboa Road.
electric stove and Westinghouse ;O---- - FOR SALE:-Best offer. Surplus un- -- .
table top automatic Hot Water FOR SALE: Studebaker Starlight used Firestone 900 x 18, 10 ply FOR SALE:' -e. Indian vertical twin
I Heater. Both excellent condition. 1950., Excellent condition, white- Heavy Duty Transport Tire. Perfect lightweight 'motorcycles. Very lib- C
j. Telephone Panama 3.1850. walls, extras, maroon $1,375.- condition. The Texas Cb. (Pan- erol trade IA allowance for your .Sa nsa ac
S- 00. Phone 2-3193. ama) Inc. bid bike qr scooter. Come in for INSTANT
a demonstration. Tropical Motors Fat-Free Powdered Milk
PANAMAS Off d FOR SALE:-One pointed (cream) Inc. Panama. (fortified with Vitamin D)
PNA S Position Offered desk aond choir. One aluminum
OPOSAL Vo garbage poil. One ironing board, FOR SALE
-PROPOSAL WANTED :-Two barbers to work on one electric iron one 25 cycle R SAL Nutritous
Army Post. If interested contact electric fon (small ; one 60 cycle Real Eetalt
(Continued from Page 1) barber concessionaire at building electric fan smalll; one card al E Non-tten.
ittee will work with a three- 202. Ft. Gulick. table; two men's Sport Jackets, FOR SALE:-Property 16,520 sq. In
_a commission of exerts on size 36, misc. items. 4 p. m, to meters of land located on Trarns-
hean commission of experts on WANTED:-Responsible young lady 5 p. m. 42-A Quarry Hgts., phone isthmian highway, 7 miles from Farm Fresh
home disease. o of the men will with references, must be bilingual, QH 3285. the city opposite Lions Club Agri- Flavor
cultural organization of the UN, for secretary job. Apply Irving culture Schqol (Colonia Infantil).
nd the third from the Pan- Zapp Company, S. A. 67 A WANTED It has more than 350 fruit trees,
erican Foot-and-Mouth dis- Avenue, Saturday 8:30 12 .M. water well with a pump that sends On Slo ti P.C. Co. Commissaries
se center. Miscellaneous the water 'to a concrete basin of
L N 1,650 cubic feet, a house, chicken
The action, in general terms, WANTED TO BUY: Underwood shed, etc. For information call
t4ken on the Panamanian points 1-ESSONS:-New pupils will be re- typewriter, Standard Model, good Tel. # 2-2244 (Panama) and
Of development called for: ceived Sept. 4. at Individual School. condition. Phone Balboa 2-3173. ask for Mr. Jimmy Mandorakas.
1.ll The establishment f a co- 553. WANTED: Washing machine, 25 FOR SALE:-Adjoining lots in Las
Sspon monetary fund to be used Classical Pianist! Learn to glamorize cycle. Phone 3536 (Navy number, Cumbres, totaling 910 M2. plumb-
by all countries in case of a pos- popular songs in modern profes- ciic ide________ ing and electricity available, at-
itive outbreak of the disease. The sional style. Short course. Christen- WANTED: Late model Cushman tractive price. Call Panama 3-
fund was set at $100,000 and is to sen system. Bennett's Piano Studio or Solsbury motor scooter, must be 40671.
,. be released by the executive com- Juan B. Soso No. 9. Tel. 2-1282. good condition, reasonable price.
mittee with the technical con- Call 2-17 87 Panama. After 5:30 Help Wonted VENETIAN BLINDS
currence of the Pan American P. M. and Sunday 3-2126. rulle W on N ,o .,
Foot-and-Mouth disease center. WANTTD:-E cel.lnt cok with e- "Tropical"
2. The passage of a uniform lawt ferences, for hot. Starting -D-
of theimportation of materials B rth At Rodman L ionnai res Offer cPanama.-2591. "RO-T T-Utheorigial
Which could carry foot-and- WANTED MAID Con an Ameri-
nouth disease. The conference Tomo Fords Cash Pr con family leaving Panamao re- MIAMI J A LO U SIE
decided that the law should be Lain T gs ashPicommend English-speaking maid for in wood or glass
adapted from the importation general housework to live in Bella
laws enforced by the Dominican Before the wakeof the"MiVista? Phone 3-3976, Ponaoma.
Mo" and her four accompanying C. A. P R AS
3. The exchange of Informa- growers had subided toahe Four lucky Legionaires will win 11 Zone Buildin s Tel. 2-309 Panam
tion between the various coun- Guard vessels cut through the new Ford Victoria automobiles at
tries and the making available of waters of the Cristobal break. a drawing to be conducted dur- Soon To Vanish
equipment and technical person- water yesterday and started the ing the national drum and bugle
nel, also the training of person- Southbound transit for Balboa corps contest finals in Miami on
nel in all phases of aftosa work. They are the USCG Cutters Ne- October 15. The cars have been Bids were opened this week
Some of these points will come well and Forster donated as a special convention for the sale and demolition of -Lc l '9 Organi zes
under the authority of the coor- attraction by the three Seagrams 11 old buildings which will soon
dinating committee. Both ships are now docked at posts of The American Legion. disappear from the Canal. Zone
Pier 1-North, Naval Station. Rod- Legionaires or auxiliary mem- landscape.
4. The use of the Mexican plan man, where they will remain un- bers do not have to be present to The high bidder for nine Afterla series of conferences
to combat any outbreak of foot- til tomorrow. Their commanding win. They may qualify for the Third Locks" construction and exchange of correspondence
and-mouth disease immediately, officers are: the Newell, CDR drawing by:. building at Cocoli was Paredes with Headquarters, United states
SVIctor Pfeiffcr and the Forster,f Panama t Ar ar an l f
,. 5. The conference turned down CDR Charles E. Master, Jr. 1. Filling out a coupon at their an Company of sPanama ity. Army oveCaribbean, Localvi 900 of
W ie recommendation that the Department Convention, or by Panama Constructors Inc., ploys Organizing Committee,
an American Center of foot- These vessels are ex-Edsall 2. Registering in advance for contractor for third locks exc- CIO is now the process or-
_nd-mouth disease be commis- Class Destrover Escorts dis- the national convention and fill- ovation work, and later became sganiing Army workers
ioned to produce vaccine against placement 1:200 tons. length 306 lnt out a coupon now. or Canal property.
'the disease Rather, they declar- feet. Each ship has a comple- 3. Filling out the coupon in the Chain Singh and Company Job-location meetings were ar-
ed that this proposal was not ment of 7 officers and about 160 September issue of the American was high bidder on building 275 ranged with the commanding of-
practical and that the vaccine men. and shore leave and liberty Legion Magazine, or in Ancon, a two-story former ficers of the Engineer. Ordnance,
should be produced by national will be granted during their visit 4. Filling out a coupon at re- quarters building on Gorgas Quarte r m as t e r. Signal and
Agencies or oy commercial con- here. gistration booths in Miami in Oc- Road next door to the present Transportation sections of the
cerns ------ --- tober. Clinics Building: and on build- U.S. Armed Forces. Panama a-
On the cynical side of the Civilian Students In addition, cash awards of ing 12 at Summit, a four-family rea.
On the technical side of the ag$250 will be made to each of the quarters structure built in 1943 Approximately 15 of these
nized tha the use of vaccinel y To Honor T ir costs or auxiliary units in which for temporary use. meetings, all of which have been
nized thai the use of vaccine by I 0 rO00er I Relr the four winners hold member- -. held during lunch-hour periods,
itself to combat aftosa was not AA ship. T f"I 12 were well attended.
complete Dr Allen declared AA InStruCtorS The Seagrams posts also will TWO GIs Among 12 The mew tiens could not have
that he would not recommend present personal gi tfcertificates Ao n been held without the coopera-
vaccine except as an adjunct to Army Instructors of the Anti- of $50 each. redeemable by Na- Dead In Colais tion of the Department of the
other means of combatting the Aircraft Civilian Auxiliary Pro- tional Emblem Sales to comman- Army. under the provisions of Ci-
disease. oBfore some have gram will be honored tomorrow dersor presidents of departments. Train Collision violin Personnel Regulations E2.
thought of vaccine as a panacea night at the American Legion posts or units of which the win- Local 900 wants to enroUll
by itself, but it is really not that Club, Fort Amador. bv the stu- ners are members. METZ, France, Aug. 24 (UP) enough Army workers to Insure
simple." dents of the program. At least 12 persons were kill- that each unit will be represent-
The buffet dinner, dancing All Polished Up ed. including two United States ed at conferences to be arranged
Delegates to the conference and entertainment will start at EAST HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) soldiers, when the Calais-Basle with Army Headquarters.
Were received by President Alci- 6:30 p m. -Philip Sanborn. 36, has polish- express crashed at 65 mi.p.h. in-
*bladesArosmena at 11 a.m. today ed up his memory and nine police to the rear of a Frankfurt-Paris Devoted to Bible
inte the Presidencia. Tomorrow All civilian members of cruisers to boot. A judge ordered train near here early today.
,iey will be the guests of the Pa- AACAP. their friends and any- Sanborn to wash the police cars Among the 40 injured were CORUNNA. Mich. (UP) Wal-
4tou~ government on a trip one interested is welcome, as punishment for reporting his several Americans sttaloned In ter McLeod, 91. has read through
the canal, followed by a Tickets may be bought at the own machine stolen after forget- Germany and en route to Paris his 13 Bibles so often that seven
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'Goodbye My Fancy' Brown Taffta.

Has Stading Room

Creod Polh Nights
' The Theater ou1 4's presenta-
tion of "Goodbye, My Fancy"
played to staeldlg .room only
Dotl nights although it was pre
rented in a theater whose walls
and ceiling absorbed eso much
Sound that the actors voices
could hardly be heard in the last
rows.
This reporter walked the length
of the theater and could easily
verify that the actors were prac-
tically shouting to those in the
front rows. We can sympathize
with the actors and underatand
the worries which they must
have suffered in realizing the dif-
ficulty of forein, their voices to
arry through hout the theater.
We feel tEat Jerry Baronne
and Tom Grevey, in their first
stage roles, are a welcome and
magnificent addition to the The-
ater Guild's company. It was no-
ticeable that the play ran better
every time they appeared on the
stage.
Adolfo Arias' performance of a
difficult role- -that of 50-year-
old James Merrill, a&wishy-washy
president of a girls' college-was
most effective, in sustaining the!
play, particularly in the last!
scene where he tells his Agatha
and his loving daughter of his
change of heart.
Joan Bentz tried hard to con- FOR THE SLEEK FEILJLING
vey "the message" of a 40-year- Margart Shetridan. star of
old war reporter, turned Con- RKO's "Tohe Thing," selects
gresswoman. AS well as her lines rthis own, taffeta cocktail
permitted, she was able to hide dress. The gown, an original
er youthfulness for the role. Our by irest Newman of Beverly
jaded war-conscious minds in- Hills, Tfeatures a strapless
vdlved with Korean problems, "Petal Top" of chartreuse
made the message seem overlong velvet rosebds.
in its presentation. We applaud
Joan for her valiant try.
Of the supporting cast, the
Carpenter's portrayal of Ellie
and her adored Claude, seemed
natural at all times we need
not wonder why.
Llona Joan Sears' wide-eyed
sweetness and demurenes serv-
ed to remind us of the fresh-
ness of American youth. Elaine
Lombard succeeded well in por-
traying, a worried youngsters'
suffering for her father's wishy-
washyness.
Richard Lansener would'have
succeeded better as Matt Cole. if
he had relaxed and enjoyed the
role a little more.
At times he really got Cole's
character over to the audience,
- we only wish he had carried
on that way.

Prices Dance
Back Into, View
Last night's typesetter over-
looked a little period, and ad a
result readers were wondering
just what sort of dance the
American Legionnaires are WINGW ..
holding Labor Day. Instead of WING WHIZ Col, Fred J. As-
$1 tickets, It said $100. S'cuse it cahi waves from the cockpit of
please. his F-86 Salbre jjet.4fteX setting
a new closed.-qourse world"
speed record -In. Dtoit, Mich.
Dewey Kin Ousted Ascani averAged t68,698 miles
per hour around .tle 62-mile
OWOSSO, Mich. (UP) Mrs. Thompao. Trophiy course.
Harriet Welch, cousin of New
York's Gov. Thoma4 E. Dewey, BOSTON (U.P.) -) Constable
has been ordered to move out of Melvin Ligum is back on even
her 94-year-old home. The build- terms with his- wife. The city
ng is to be torn down to make council named Mrs. Ligum a
room for a new church. constable, too.


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Iran Talks -is
LONDON, Aug. (4 (1 British oil negotiator Richard
tokes said at 14nden Airport
ay on his retwn ftran tan.- '
successful oil talks at Teheran
that he had been battUng against
a campaign Of hatred whipped
up by Iranian fanaqes for 18
months. -i W
He said he had been trying to
deal with men who envagd
nationalizing the Iranian olfieds
on the pattern of Leniar anC
Marx. but without any practical
experience.
He sald that with a bit of good-
will on both sides he sti felt
confideAt there was no reason
wh y & sati5fatory solution
Should not be reach.d.
Stokes went. immediately to
Premier Clement Attlee to report
on his mission,
Both were then to attend an
emergency Cabinet. meeting.
This meeting, at which would
be the chiefs of staff f the Brit-
ish armed services, wouldd study
the implications of Britain's de-
cision to hold t0e Anglo-Iranian
Oil Company'tsglarit refinery at
Abadan, while evacuating all but
a few hundred British oil work-
ers from the country.
The huge Abadan Installation,
built with capital of British
shareholders, is the key Installa-
tion of the billion dollar industry
Iran seeks to take over and run '
.as a nationalized enterprise.
In- declaring her intention to
keep a staff of technicians in the
refinery to enforce Britain's claim
to the plant, a Foreign Office
statement said: %
"As has been stated before. is
Majesty's Government would be
obliged to take the neceassry
measures to protect British per-
sonnel should the Persian gov-
ernment fail in their obligations
in this respect."
Ten British warships are
"standing off the port of Abadan
and Royal Air Force-planes have
been alerted to begin a mas eva-
cuation and-if necessary-to fly
in troops to maintain the safety
of British nationals.
Evacuation of the 268 British
and 130 Indian and Pakistant
employes still remaining on dlty
in the oilfields beyond Abadan,
was ordered soon after Stoks de-
clared the Teheran settlement
efforts a failure and flew home.

Missing Panamanian
Girl Found In City
The 12-year-old girl who was
reported- missing Wednesday
burned pr atfe -late dast night I
the Marafion District of Pana-
ma.
Berta Quevedo, a Panamanian,
was last seen playing near the
mud flats in the 'Gavilan Area of
Rplhona .','-",- A 'lo'n-'h
police search by the police failed.
i. .G .'; .: "..
When she was found yesterday
at 8 p.m.. she had been walking
through the streets in Panama.
No information was given as to
where. she had spent her time
since her alleged disappearance.





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IN HONOR OF F

talap Amba"sder wau
agtse, wh a les-e .
States Ambasader bto
will -ve ad to.Aiu. a
*esidenee Ona L L MW.
Assistant Seese of jn
and Ambasador Fe Va
apartment O ffio.oMUi4e AM
S the dtnamr h will u
Embassy ReeidmMe en La Crel

To Visit in CaUfonl'
Panama's MinSter of Foreign
Relations Ignacio MqUno. Jr., and
Mrs. Molino. arWe ahlni to
leave by plane tonlwoen route
to California for a with Mr,
'Mollno's sisters bfofe oing WO
San Francisco, where he will at-
tend the Japanese Peace Treaty
Conference on september 4. They
will return to Panama in about
there weeks.
Birthday Coebtail-BDufet *
Mr. Alfredo Aleman. Jr., will be
host for an informal coektalt
buffet at his residence in 31 Cooo
del Mar this evening. The party
Is in celebration of Mra. Aleman's
birthday.
Parewell Dinner For
Miss llnor Donahue
As a farewell, to Miss minor r
Donahue, who Ia sailing aboard
the 8.8. Panama for the UAitedW
States today, Major and Mrs.
Francis Roddy entertained with a
dinner at the Albrook Field Offi-
cers Club. inviting Mr. and Mrs.
William Donahue, Mr. Robert
Donahue and Francis. Barbara
and Rosemary Roddy.
Miss Donahue, who has been
visiting her parents. Mr. and
Mrs. William Donahue of Curun-
du. is returning to Long Island Ci-
ty, New York. where she is study-
ing nursing at St. John's Hospi-
tal.
Returning to School
Mr. Orlando Smith, son of Mr..
and Mrs. J. Palmer Smith of
Ancon Boulevard, is sailing today
aboard the 8. 8. Panama to re-
turn to Clemson College in South
Carolina. where he will enter his
sophomore year.


vist in the tiid S at. tay
will vilst reat#ve I, West Virgi-
nia and P*pn ylvata'then go on
to Washington. D.O.
Ft. Kbe W wne f
Holds Montly e
Members of t rt obbOf-
ficers Wives Club met thelf
monthly luncheon on urday
at the post officers club. The
Italian, style luncheon was plan-
ned by Mrs. Lloyd Clewell. Mrs.
Paul Christie, Mrs W. A. Dodge
and Mrs,. Paul Bepder.
Mrs., Hare was welcomed as a
guest of her daubter, Mrs. J,.C.
lton. Mrs. a Thomnton,
Mrs. J. -otalt.and Mrs. W. E.
Angerine we qre produced as new
members 01 the b. .
After the lunoheop Mr. Lind-
say of Summit O rens showed
his colored slides, of tropical
plan accompanied by a lecture
o tn I nthr flowers and 'plants.
Ft. Amader Wives Club
Gives Crasy Bat Luncheon
Mrs, Alvin R. Hildebrand and
Mrs. William S. McArtor were
hostesses to the members of tIe
Fort Amador Wives 'Club tfor a
"crazy hat" luncheon and card
party oh-Wednesday at the Army
and Navy Club at Fort Amador.
Mrs. Henry L. Landt was a-
warded the door prize for wear-
ing the craziest hat. Bridge priz-
es were won by Mrs. ThOmas F.
Turner for highest score, Mrs.
Thomas Enloe for second highest
score and Mrs. Frank H. Stone
for, low score.
New members present were
Mrs. Harold H. Schulz. Mrs. Hen-
ry Miller, and Mrs. James R. Ses-
sions. Guests for the luncheon
were Mrs. Thomas Maclntyre and
Mrs. F. Mathis.


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Selis .the c a& r .
S.Z W the mn0 .flNM wll
bfi a scored dish Aper.
'I~ EClb Damnes
I=41debt of the Anti-Alr Craft
a Auxilary Progamm re
a dance and buffet aqppe
f1honor of their instrutortr on
Sturay evening at the Amerid
o lean Club. Anyone inter-
t ay buy a ticket and at-
tend VW alce.
anee or teen-aper will be
held this evening at the Ameri-
cas- Lefon Club; with Pete's
Ban Um ahn the music for
daaW! The dance will begin at
a0 S.m.and will last until ,I.0
p -Door prizes and dancing
01m-s may be won. Tickets are
on sale at the door of the club
for twenty-five cents.

lboa Plans

Corn Festival Dance

Tomorrow Night
A Corn Festival Dance with
the traditional celebration of
"Bemana del Malz" will take
plaee at the Balboa YMCA to-
morrow evening. Music will be
furnished by the Air Force Or-
chestra from Albrook Air Force
Base with dancing from 8 to 11
p.m.
A special interest will be typi-
cal dance numbers by the "Con-
junto Professional" a group of 20
students from the Professional
School in Panama City. This is
an opportunity to see native
dances in native costumes ac-
companied by native music. A-
mong the dances will be the cum-
bla. the punto, the tamborito and
the mejorana.
These special numbers have
been secured by Mrs. Abbie de
Linares, Program Secretary of
the Balboa YMCA.
During the intermission period
Senior Hostesses will serve at the
refreshment table. The following
persons will be on duty: Mrs.
Warnock, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Pi-
per, Mrs. Ives and Mrs. Fabrega.
Guest passes are required of all
young women attending who are
not members of the Girls Service
Organization. Passes can be se-
cured at the front desk of the
YMCA or from one of the staff of
the YMCA. Married servicemen
are invited with their wives, but
are asked to secure guest passes
for the wives.
These bi-monthly orchestra
dances are made possible through
the cooperation and service of the
orchestra of the 71st Army Band
and 7461 Air Force Band.


K KK Boss Predicts Outfit's

Resurgence Right Across US
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BaVILLU .S.C Aug. 24 (CP)
-Klan bos Thomas L. Hamilton
tedcted yesterday that the XU.
lux Klan will become a tktion-
al power as it was two decades-
ago. He said he has begun 1 tfll
mcale organization drive in Norlth
Carolina.
Hamilton, who Is Grand Dra-
Sof the Carolina Klns, said
n membership Is inoreasdln In
South Carolina despite an ti-
mask., anti-cross b.urin lw
passed this year. And he d the
feld Is "unlimited" In North Coar-
Olina.
Hamilton said, however, that
1e Is prevented by Mlan secrecy
from revealing the actual num-
ber of Klanmen un4er hla Juris-
diction.
Hamilton said he has 22 Klan
meeting currently scheduled In
the Carolinas.
He said he would definitely
hold more meetings in North Ca-
rolina where he staged a cross-
burning with masked Klanamen
last Saturday and defied author-
ities to interfere.
North Carolina at first Indica-
ted they would arrest mask wear-
ers under an old anti-mask law.
But officers said the rally was
orderly and that no arrests were
made although a number of offi-
rs were on hand.


"I believe within the next 90
days we will ha as many organ-
at s orth Carolina as we
have In ona," he said.
"I f Xlan covering
the U again like it
did In 's and 0's," Hamil-
t o n p r iIte d .
DuurtMg Intview. Hamilton
showed a repote a commission
issued to ton by Oov. Her-
man Taag, apponting him a
lHeutenant Talmadge's
honorary sta whn he became
governor 9f Orfla in 1948.
Hamilton said at the time he
was an oIal Of the Georgia
Klan under the late Dr. Samuel
Green. 'rea alsO stated before
his death tast he was also a
member of TIalmade's staff. The
Klan oend d TAmadge in his
sue=ousful battle wth ex-
Gov. M. M.TAo -pfn.
The Kln bs also hit Gov.
James F. Bynes' inaugural ad-
dress statmIt that he did not
want any help from the Ku Klux
Klan as governor of South Caro-
lina.
"It Is my ambition to make the
Klan so large In South Carolina
that Gov. B will regret mak-
ing that statement," amlton
declared.


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For Newiort.OCS
The Navy has ineredaed qubtas
at its new Oklcer Candidate
School. Newport. Rhode Island.
Beginning November 26. 1951.750
men will train in each class. A
new class starts every two
months and lasts for 120 days. .
Applications to attend the
school are being' accepted from
civilians and from regular and
reserve enlisted men on active
duty.
Family Of Bag Toters
SYRACUSE, N. Y. (UP) Ho-
mer Powell and his two sons have
been carrying other people's bags
for a total of 65 years. The 71-
year-old Homer has been a red
cap at the New York Central de-
pot here for 41 years. His sons
Homer Jr., and Ernest have a to-
tal of M2 years service.


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Tender, bleeding gums that
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to the dread infection that 4
out of 5 may have-Pyorrhea!
To guard against Pyorrhea
with its spongy, shrinking gums
and loosening teeth, see your
dentist regularly and immedi-
ately begin easy Forhan's 'don-
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daily, brush your teeth and mas-
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SiKS. DAULTON MANN, JR.,
ODUCED AT AFTERNOON TEA
Mrs. John T. Whitely and Mi
t I. rlstobal gave a beautifully appoint


S'ia -Ann Nlow.arc/d (For lMn. NlaA)
Bo& 242. (/atan Telftpione Gatun 472


rs. Frank X. Zeimetz of
ed tea at the Hotel Wash-


Ington Wednesday afternoon. The tea and card party was
arranged as a welcome to Mrs. Daulton Mann, Jr., who arriv-
. -.;ed on the Isthmus Sunday.


S**. Mrs. Mann arrived on the Isth-
i,_nfls by plane Sunday and was
accompanied by her two children
aulton. Jr.. and Catherine. Mr.
Mann, who is assistant manager
r ,of the Panama Agencies in Cris-
tobal, arrived here early in June.
-Their former home was in New
S ortk City-
.: .... Those invited to meet the guest
of honor included Mrs. Acnistin
Cedefio. Mrs. Charles H. WMita-
er. Mrs. Lvyle L. Koepke. Mrs.
'Wavne L. Gilder. Mrs. Thomas
J. Butler. Jr.. Mrs. Chlrles Per-
*. ret Sr.. Mrs. L. B. Hunnicntt.
Mrs. Alert Motti. Mrs. Charles
-Perrett Jr.. MrLs. FritZ Hrmnh'ov,
Mrs. Fnrico Burlando. Mrs.-Hi-
polito Fernandez. Mrs. Arton io
Alberoiq. Mrs. George Stiotta,
'Mrs. W. H. Goebertus. Mrs. Pe-
c' ter Van Dam Mrs. Mnrcelle Grin-
goire. Mrs. Peter J. ecPros. Mrs.
Kenneth DelValle. Mrs. Humber-
to Leignadier Mrs. Willia- F.
Adams. Mrc Frank W. P"ott,.
Mrs. Sam Puller Mrs. Frank L.
Scott Mrs. W^ ter Hunnnic'tt.
Mrs. Frederick Haselof Mrs. Ro-
bert Leilh, Mrs. A. G. Deit? Mrs.
Josenh F. Noonan. Mrs E. L.
Roades. Mrs. Samuel L. Brown,
Mrs. Edward J. Henrioiiez. Mrs.
J. B. Dorow, Mrs. Julia Salas,
Mrs. John E. Fisher Mrs. Tho-
mas J. Butler, Sr.. Miss Carmen
Calogne. Miss Hone Menendez
and Miss Josefa Calogne.
Mrs. Shafer Weds
Captain Hinson
S Mrs. Florence H. Shaefer of St.
George, Staten Island, New York
and Captain William B. Hinson
of Margarita. were married at the
home of Rev. and Mrs. Henry
Bell of Margarita Wednesday af-
ternoon at 4:30. Rev. Bell read
the marriage service. They were
attended by Mrs. Dorothy Mon-
tavne and Mr. G. R. Holmelin.
The bride wore an attractive
dress of aqua crepe and a cor-
sane of orchids. Captain and
Mrs. Hinson will be guests at the
Hotel Washington for several
days. They will make their home
in Margarita.
OF M*. Marner Compliments
M ss Jackie Boyle
rs. Nelson W. Magner enter-
taed with a morning coffee par-
ty at her home in Margarita
Tuesday. She complimented Miss
Jackie Boyle, representative of
Caribbean State to Girls' Nation.
"Miss Boyle returned here aboard
...Athe Cristobal Monday after at-
tenc"ng Girls' Nation in Wash-


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relatives in Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Magner is a member of
the Caribbean Girl State Board
and her other guests were Mrs.
Arthur J. Corbett who is also on
the boardxMrs. G. J. Boyle and
Miss Ardith Eoyle.


Margarita Church Auxiliary
Met with Mrs. Leach
Mrs. John A. Dovel of Cristo-
bal was co-hostess with Mrs.
Leach and entertained the mem-
bers of the Margarita Church
Auxiliary at the home of the lat-
ter on Tuesday evening. Late re-
freshments were served. Mrs.
Ernest C. Cotton, president, pre-
sided at the business meeting.
Mrs. George T. Darnell, Jr.. of
Gamboa, was'the speaker for the
evening and gave a most inter-
esting talk on "The Bible." Thirty
ladies attended.
Gift Shower Honors
Mrs. George Simon
Mrs. George Simon was com-
plimented with a gift shower
that was arranged by the mem-
bers of the Catholic Daughters of
America, Court of Our Lady No.
874. after the monthly meeting
of the group which was held at
the Parish Hall. New Cristobal.
on Monday evening. During the
meeting Mrs. Lorimer Borden
was presented with a past Grand
Regent's Jewel and Mrs. Ivanhoe
Selxas with a service pin. The
presentations were made by the
Grand Regent, Mrs. Edward
White.
Miss Blanca Beverhoudt and
Mrs. Cecilia were hostesses for
the evening and the others pres-
ent included Mrs. Louis Aubin,
Mrs. Philin Ng, Mrs. Victor Fish-
er, Mrs. F. L. Alexaltis. Mrs.
Louis Wong, Mrs. A.'P. Lim, Jr.,
Mrs. Claire Geniteau. Mrs. Lu-
cy Blades, Mrs. F. W. Washa-
baugh. Mrs. E. C. Tarr, Miss Ma-
bel Lew. Miss Dorothy Kam. Miss
Colombia Luque, Miss Josephine
Kam, Miss Anna Fisher. Miss Ri-
ta Ng. Miss Hercllia Kam and
Miss Cecilia Alexaitis,
The Rev. Vincent Ryan, C. M.,
Court Chaplain and Rev. J. Mc-
Miller were also present.
Receiving Congratulations
on Birth of Son
Congratulations are being ex-
tended to Warrant Officer and
Mrs. Peter Panagoplous of Fort
Davis on the birth of a son at the
United States Naval Hospital at
Coco Solo, August.16. The baby


has been named Robert. Mother
and son returned to their home
on Tuesday.
Evening Circle to Meet
Monday Evening
Mrs. C. L. Lindgren of New
Cristobal will entertain for mem-
bers of the Evening Circle of the
Cristobal Unidn Church at her
home, House 52, on 34 Street, at
7:30 p.m. Mrs. Richard L. Sulli-
van will serve as co-hastc.ss. Mrs.
J. W. Linkeman will be the
speaker and will tell of her ex-
periences as a missionary in
Honduras.


Basket Ball Group Honor
Dick Sullivan
Members of Powell's basketball
team arranged a farewell get-to-
gether to honor Richard Sullivan,
the son Of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
L. Sullivan of Cristobal, at the
Margarita Gym Wednesday even-
ing. This team won the first half
of the series: Those weho were
present included Arnold Man-
ning, Skippy Anderson, Vernon
Bryant, Carl Simons, Gilbert
Smith, Roy Wilson, Paul Whit-
lock and Jim Brady.
Mr. Sullivan sailed today -
board the Cristobal en route t
New York where he will visit with
Mr. and Mrs.: W. T. Compton,
and their daughter Miss Jalde
Compton on Long Island. Miss
Compton, who left here in June
is taking a secretariat course in
New York City. Mr. Sullivan will
enter Clemson College. in Southl
Carolina in September and will
take a course in electrical engin-
eering.
Special Meeting of Gatun
Civic Council
Members of the community of
Gatun are urged to attend the
Special Civic Council meeting
which will be held Monday even-
ing at 7:30 at the Gatun Club-'
house. Important on the agenda
of the evening is the discussion
of bus transportation for the
school children and the coming
Community Chest Drive.
Sock Hop Planned
at Cristobal 'Y'
The Social Activities Commit-
tee of the Cristobal Armed Serv-
ices YMCA has arranged a Sock
Hop for the men in the armed
forces tomorrow.
The dance will start at 8:00
p.m. and will feature the music
of Gardners Band. So take off
your shoes, relax and enjoy an
evening of entertainment and
fun. This is another Red Feather
program.


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Flower


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2Eraw6nthIsiastic Crowd '

Growing interest by both men dergrift, 'Valeatine's Day;" Mrs.
and wome nin the art of flower Mary Ana Haske, "Baster;" Mrs.
arrangement was evideneed at Evelyn Olenlck, "Iourt of July;"
the Balboa YMCA early this week Mrs. W. C. lx, and Mrs. H. W.
when over 600 visitors called to Vetter, "Chr-t# -a;" ,lizabeth
inspect the flower show staged Ho wz e, "'Than ng," and
by the June-August class under Clarissa lma, "llow'en."
the direction of Mrs. Pat M619. Orchid cbrbages were given by
Mrs.- Morgan has conducted Mrs. Morgan to Mrs, Ignacio Mo-
Flower Arrangement Classes, on lino, wife of the Mlter of For-
a volunteer basis, for the past eign Relations of the Republic of
two. years. This year a class was Panama; Mrs. F. Newcomer,
started in La Boca, also. wife of the Governor of the Canal
An antique piece of Panama- Zone; Mrs. Ellsa Espinosa de
nian jewelry, a gold and pearl Heurtematte, mother of the new-
fish, was given to Mrs. Morgan ly appointed Ambassador from
by the class in appreciation, for Panama to theUnited States, and
the enthusiasm and joy that has Mrs. Ellen Eckburg, President of
been brought to them through the Cardenas River Garden Club,
these lessons. who presided at the tea service
.Mr. Louise Morris, who assists and punch bowl during .the tea
Mrs,Morgan, was given an orchid hour.
corsage and a bolt of corsage rib- Corsages were also given to
bon by Mrs. Morgan and mem- Mrs. C. R. Vandergrift, chairman;
bers of the class presented her Mrs. H. I.,Homa, Mrs; W; R. Lind-
with plants for her "friendship say, Sefiora Ana de FAbrega, Ele-
garden," perfume and green na CarriGo. Thelma Carrizo, Mrs.
handkerchiefs in gratitude for Marguerite- Qrooks Miss Ceci
her helpfulness in working with Heurtematte, Mrs. H. !t Haskell,
the class. Mrs. E. Gnehm. Mrs. Evelyn 01-
The graduates roved t r nick, Mrs. Olive Piper, Illeana
The graduates proved, their Roy and Mrs. Russell Nelson.
understanding of design, line, Gardenia wrist bandsWwere giv-
composition, color, choice of'ma- en to the Junior Hostesses: Ellen
trial and unusual containers Rogan, Susan Schorr, Betsey
when the judges, Mrs. Hortensia Christie, Elizabeth Howze, Judy
Alfaro de Aleman, well known for Lindsay and Blanca Calvo.
her originality and. beautiful The prize winners received or-
flower arrangements; Mrs. Jean chid corsages given by Mrs:Mor-
Karch, Canal Zone art teacher; gan, and ceramic flasks, a huge
Mrs. Irene Chan Pauldihig, artist coffee cup, ash trays and frogs
and critic, and Gaspar Pacheco, made and given by R. K. Morris.
architect and designer, voted The following awards were
this class' efforts the best show- made:
ing, collectively speaking, that Class eI-Cut Flowers. First prize
they-have judged to date. (arrangement of yellow helico-
Mrs. Jane Kellee de Ruiz and r e sioLnlow eco
Mrs. Underwood assisted in' plac- nia Mrs. Jessie Lindsay; Second
Mrs. Underwood assisted in lac- prize arrangementt of Castor
ings ndnumbering the arrange- Beans and Leaves) Miss Ceci.
mentsrfor the exhibit. Heurtematte Third prize (ar-
Mrs. Jessie Lindsay won two Heurtangematten ToWhiterd prize (ar-ndi
first pris, Class 1 andClass 2. Whirangement o White Dahlias M. Car-nd
Mrs. Lindsay's daughter Judith rzo;HonorableMention (Vand
received honorable mention in orchids in a silver bowl) Judith
Class 1. Susan Schorr, daughter Linds a sy. ver bowl) Jud
of Colonel and Mrs. David P. Clinsay
Schorr of Quarry Heights took Class 2-Fruits and Vegetables.
flrstcorre if Qarsr Hitxosioad First prize (a spath of Royal Palm
first prize in Class 3-Exotic an filled with a flower cluster of Ou-
Roy Nelson and Captain Clif- ban palm, Spanish chestnut,
ford Payne were guest exhibitors. Mangosteen, Grapefruit, Panda-
Nelson showed a gorgeous gloxina molus t, Cocoa, Dllinea, Cara
and two States ivies. Capt. Payne mola, Noni, Oncoba (thistles).
exhibited a pepper plant in full Garcinia, and various types of
exhibited a pepper plant in full palm fruits) Mrs. Jessie Lindsay;
The "Special Occasions" Ar- Second p rize, Mrs. -
rangements drew much favora- rizo de Ponce; Third prize, Mrs.
rngble comment. The exhibit was Flora B. de Chiari and Honora-
ble comment. The exhibit was ble mention Thelma de Cdrrizo.
not competitive and those re- blementa o ThelmadeDrrieo*
snolnsible for the attractive dis- Class 3-.xotlc and Dried Ar-


play included: Mrs. Molly Van-


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Sam tf Meyers, .6
Dies-In Colon;
Funeral Today
COLON, AUft, 24 Samuel M 1
era weU-knwp resident of ColoMlI
died yet46rday morning at 2:00.
He was 65 years old.
Mr. Myers a natie of Jamaica,
who came here from 1912, was a
retired employee of the U.S. Na-
vy. He was a member of the Ja-
maica Burial Scheme.


Burial. service will take place
at the Mt, Hope Cemetery. The
funeral procesdop will leave from
the Coldn Hospital morgue at
2:00. Rev. L. C. Rogers of the
Salem'Uisalon churoe. will offi-
ciate.
Mr. Myers. is survived by his
wife Sarah Myers. sons, Charles.
Gilbert, George. Theodore and
Rudolph who is an employee of
the Panama American: daugh-
ters, Una. May and Orita; ten
grandchildren.

Break Breaks Habit
BRAZIL., nd.'(UP) A ypung
factory worker was broken of tin
habit of taking a hardboiled egg
from his lunch and cracking it ori
his forehead when fellow-workers
substituted an uncooked egg.
rangementi. First prize, Susan
Schorr; Seqond prize, Naty de
Vergara; Third prize, Margot L.'
de Le6Ot. Honorable mention, 11-
eana de Roy.
Class 4-Horticultural. First
Prize, Naty de Vergara; Second
prize, Dora Ram6n de Hozer;
Third prize, Roma Levy.


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By Jack Lait
,."
004D WORK WITHuTr **UtOO
New bok state aeblties w waking u&fy bat
thkow ly *ak the do"f evil% ep64*1y to 1 U11M .
" uMa stff" s s -, os as as ist., to prlmartlya
W I Ke IuIm, IboasMe the dnrs aer Im ptodadA the
istvibain .and badning as undert e a-
ftslo f m m m "We. But ee are w dinultloein orifld and,
tough t&e i Cdutray runs aito natold flColl -B
du ted by its rakteors. n ainnlyl tpe. 00th Street
Mgag," In 316 RIl .e ...l

Investigators are bearin down right now in States Island.
Budfalb"Utica and iagraall. The hoeymon paradise isa
.-pat ot sup for Ceinadas where conditions, are approaching
.tilt soaodaloas proportions revealed in our.own cities. Th' pr .
'bial r1 M- IsOlB$-n Rochester. 'Whfts -the pollee' have' been
lert and coperatVU Until 4omUsloner Monaghan took office,
the New York ty cqws1 lackadaisical.
No news tl bBel.g oet because of a special election com-
Ing here andontsts,- which might be aff ected
Spring sB t dicloisuri are aimed with political' motives.
l.Tlud do *iope, watefraOt abe' and
oFf dii f* (Rhoid) Is one of the fei Re*-
t It-b due f or g k M ovet.
t ae lq pats nds td lartentiris
4ncludig the -oMn' detat pH WIth promises ioft n-
Smunity,e te colQtot are teltx llu4 Wblt' about w *ouas. 61 nDar-
cotics. Many of both sexes n.prle are being called in secret-
ly. About two in 20 adUIt addition, but Investigation among
juvenile delinquents turns up the f -thaat about, 0 per cent of
all under 21 who have been convicted' or paroled are or were
habituted.

Hundreds'of marijuana fields have been found and.
uprooted in every section of the state. Some whole farms
have been raided, where the stuff was grown over many-
acres for years. Other cultivation was discovered. lit
vacant lot, baok yards, even window boxes.' It is a.
hardy plant, noeds Utte 'care, generally defies climate
and even. irregular water feeding.
What Prie BOA? The United' States dollar is .down from 621
lira to 619 lira in Italy, where' we've been pouring in the bucks&
An American correspondent, asked why.' The answer was,. "Too
many American dollars."
The bride of Bernard Kreisler. whp sails today with him onn
the Liberte for a honeymoon, .was socialite Madelyn Klam; of
Greenwich, Conni., ,who divorced Wall Streeter Victor Klam in.
Florida last year. Sh6 wia a New' Orleans beauty. Krelalet is
executive director of a foreign, films division for the "Johnston
Office," of Hollywood. The- couple will bei the' guests of the
Italian government' at the Venice Film Festival.
The raid on that abortion ring in. Paterson, N. J., was aid-
Broadway- news. "Dr."' Lamont, who is no licensed phy#stica la
named Pometti. He operated in a Broadv'ay Hotel .and spoke
familiarly of showfolk "clients."

A Senatowral' nvestiat/on of 'the Seiatorial Invwfar,
tions.of Irving Shoermn might hit paydirt...ShennmA,-.
war brushed off '-htlh h tbehen ,a as1 a g.
bookmaking, labor v afeteorlng, plitial fIxtg, war-
contract manipuatin 'an4 sundry shiftdy .tTap to ..
With no fMm-makUg-expeience, t. ,w4 *0 1p, o ood
studio paymrol at 1,56 a w(ek Ma'* p!4i= .o" had:
a inger In: th no.rvltxi. of 0oa own a 4 WUillie
ioffl g Xtotlis,e xfor shan dow the lianstry,
but his name was' neVer' pubnlc7 senioae&. MOlO monfy
was .behind the $26,600 flop' of thX big Sherman Smean-
rant.ma E. 54th Street, It#. uppe .Wt ie deLiWM a$ a
gamblIng asino,. whieh -uidn't iunter eoesuqh drag to
et'an okay' t open., 'Sheran n ws In With some In-
fuentials db boys who ian the wde-open Riviera In New
Jersey until Ben Marde spit upl:the combination. Sher-
'man 'had an "lh" with the eelt-Vaughan-Maragon axis
of the White' House set. !
Iva Kitchell, satirical dancer, takes off for Colombia. Vene-
zuela, Brazil and Argentine, the first ever booked down there to
lampoon the typical Latin terping, which she make ridiculous
...She will even do a command performance for the Perons.
The 77-year-old Sultan of Johore has booked ship-passage for
the U. S., with his new wife, who was a London: waitress...
French Prince Charles D'Arenberg dating the gorgeous Anna-
bella ...Havana-Madrid beaut Vicki Holliday going around with
Elliott Osborn, of the financial set ,Daily Variety reported "two
breaches of stage manners" by Martha Raye at her San Fran-
cisco opening in "Annie Get Your Gun." But it gave her a Rayeve.
Jean Pugsley, of the stage and TV, had no luck in the movies
-until she changed her name to Jean Alexander, and then she
was signed for two Columbia tp: features, with John' Derek and
Brod Crawford. Her husband's name is Alexander.
According to the authortrative ,blbibshers' trade paver, Sen.
Estes Kefauver's "'Ctfme in Aetica gbi" s less than 14,000 of the
hard-cover edition '- print.. ...
The John Warwick's (she's Bevlv Pabst..of the beer familvi
have agreed that the foam of wedlock has turned to froth. ,Ed
Gropper, who owns a famous brand of cigars, seen Pt Armando's
with Carolyn Price, who, they tell me, is related to ex-Oov.
James Price of W. Va...A troupe of U. S. ice-skaters. mostly
gals, is stranded in Rio. The producer skipped out of Argentina
without paying off or providing return .passage...Model Barbara
Davis and Bob Gale, of This Week, seem to be serious.. .'Captain"
Kay Parsons, who long played the Hudson River boats, leading
old-time "sings," is doing her act at the Golden Rooster, In Las
VeroR. She's the ex-wife of Georgee Clarke. the Bostof colum-
nator. __
rtIs IS YOUR PORUM THU READilS OWN COLUMN


THE MAILBOX
fho Melt Se a *e epon tomte m I o ders to ra- Pmoe Aoresr.
LeOthes ae M eelved gofull *ad ***o heonde in wholly snfIdeontlel
If ,no eeslibdt e leetos d4eat be imoee it it degs't e*pse the
**xt doy. Lett.e ** flllhld In theo orde t.elvhd.
Pleese try Vo kee thq lehfeu IHier to*.em segs length
Idstly of lotete, wu*to Ms held j* strictest **fidsue.
This nmewspeper eisemnas m espobhilty **' wtementm i osielnsa
,xpiased in letesn teaom rudes.


SHROUDS REPLACED
Mall Box
Panama American
In answer to Plenty to Wear:
I can't agree with Plenty to
Wear as to the Commy prices.
For a long time now the general
public has been wondering just
where all the money charged in
the commy is going. Prices are so
much higher than in the States,
especially on clothing.
Surely somewhere along the
ine someone is getting this en-
ormous profit.
I will say they have more
dresse now than they have ever
had. but It's about time, because
some of the shrouds they had for
sale la the past needed replacing.
Saree lthNotbils teo Wear


in regard to being watched. If
you look at a dress you are fol-
lowed by the supervisor mind you
and not the sales clerks. I don't
believe they think the public are
dishonest I believe it's a.case of
theywill have to straighten out
the dresses again as to fsle, etc.
After all that's what 'the sales-
clerks are beinr paid for to make
sales and keep the stock In order.
So a little less watching and
resort to the eourtee you had
there when a certain little whitd
haired lady worked there. She
was most helpful why she was
ever let go Is beyond me.
Plenty to wear, bt purchased
in pUnted States and for lots
s oeftha ehere.
lj iftc-a Cotomer


| And

Comunent

y Victor Rtseld

Once, In the days before the
mobs had. eminent public rela-
thMa counselors and their law-
ywn' wre "mouthpieces" instead
S romnent civil nlbertarIas,
A, .flashed through the New


that he' was going In tI next
morningt bullets or no bullets
''OAme the dawn literally -
and the goons, lurking in, Sur-
rounding doorways with rods
and even one tommy gun.' in
t .oo;suddenly, decided to fold
their overcoats. over their wea-
pon and silently steal away.
I Fr.there at the building tn-
tirance, where X was to mrk
the spot, was a crowd of 40
eldery men and women. tin-
amed.
Just gentle cutters; designers,
blockers, trimmers masmed
and defying the executioners..
Among them also were some
players of nearby legitimate
go one Was hurt. These peo-
le -were, aroused. They .had
been 'pushed too much.
The mibs couldn't mow down
400 people, even though the
police were "busy" elsewhere,
Today, in at least one indus-
try, the same thing, is happen-
ing not as dramatically, not
s- 'openly, not so Ghandl-like,
but with the same determina-
'"tohi' to buck the mobs If the
local .police and the U. S. Son-
ae won't.
At least 'the labor people
in the liquor industry, aind
the big companies wtoMfc
employ them, are not going
to be pushed around. They'
have waited' for the Senate
Crime probers to do somte-
thing. or at least, around,
the local enforcement agdn.
dies in a score of cites. iut
apparently old' committee's
that soldter- on the lob,
fade away.
So the & leaders: of- 1,500,000
AFL and CIO workers in; the. In-
dustry, and 'the' biggest liquor
companies, now have their' own:
investigating committee, t h e
National Coordinating Commit-
tee of- the Brewery, and they've
met right In the heart. of the
hobs' territory Chicago 4to
p.an counter-action.
they've been faced wbth a ra
Vlva B. bootleggit g-.
more. -The old mobs, fi'ndln
gambling shut off, unions closed
to. them and Treasury menu
even at this very minute, seek-
ine out gangster dollars in le-
gitimate businesses, haie taken
up their old trade.
So much so that In the past
year, these $1 a gallon whisky
makers have been, running some
50,000 stills across country.
So vast an Illegal industry
have the mobs revived that the
Treasury men were able to seize
19,644 stills in 1950, compared
with 22,000 stills smashed each
year. by the Federals in prohi-
bition days.
And most of these are run by
bei city mobs.
Reports from investigators to
the recent Chicago meeting of
the joint Labor-Management
beverage industry committee
(ed by Joe Brady of the CIO
Brewery workers), disclosed a
weird arrogance which more
bluntly than any other phe-
nomenon reveals 'the ineffective-
ness of the Senate Crime probe.
Big city moonshiners are
so brazen, it was reported.
that one of them actually
located his still next to a
legal liquor plant, so the
fumes of his mash blended
with the odors from the le-
gitimate business and could
not be detected boi the fa-
mous Alcoholic Tax Unit
(Treasury) agents.
Another moonshine group ac-
tualy had buyers making the
rounds offering to pay 10 cents
a piece for legal, but empty,
whisky bottles.
Point was to refill these In
violation of Federal. and state
laws.
Other moonshiners salvaged
paper liquor cartons to package
their stuff and even Inquired
of respectable accounting ex-
perts whether they could file
their income tax without' dis-
cloping how much money they
had made from the hidden
stills.
Since this moonshining threat-
ens millions of dollars in invest-
ments, thousands of jobs and
Federal income through tax loss
on the illegal stuff, the -AFL
Barrel Workers. Glass Bottle
Blowers, Glass Workers, Hotel,
F -taurant and Bartenders
S'- n, the International Assn.
a Machinists (one of the na-
tion's cleanest and moseet crusad-
ing of unions, which has peo-
ple in some of the bigest liquor
distileries) and the IO- Brew-
ers have called upon the indus-
try to fight the mobs with a
specific plan of action.
First, they've developed real
teamwork with the Treasury
agents and state enforcement
people in spotting and seizing
the mobs' stills.
They'll attempt to get out
amongst the public, f ir st
through television shows, then
through a full length Hollywood
film.


(Copyright 151 Post-HuU
SyUdifate, Inc.)


I1


Killjoy Will Be There


Hooch Mon!

By BO8 RUARK


NEW YORK.--While anticipating no imme-.
diate attacks of gin-blindnas or the creeping
staggered generally accepted by my generation
at the height of Prohibition, I find myself- al-.
selt almost pleased to' note that the bootlegger
is back again. and. the same xaw insult tq the
esophagus- has found its place on the palate
once again.
. It sorV'o serves us right.
The .Lcend 9Beverag Industries, Inc., a
bun ot worriers';with leitimate booz 'to ped-
41e, hv ris amongst Us with the neWs that
.ioe of the old-style, sfltnctifled hooch is
Sushed t 'he., j thtoday than the
| klolertwitW -th.f 4l stamp on top.
., is isbecaue df'Wixei-wl~ehh leap anId leap
until what you drink legacy is cut stuff-about
one-fourth, gro. to three-iourths revenue.
.The worst tie old tegbtrs used to do to us
was tyfifty-flfty, and the other half was Water,
not 'money.
We are 'nearly 12 tax bucks into the gallon
now, ont legitimate red-eye, before we taste the
fruits of distillery, and the indications are that
the Federal touch alone on a crock will be
$10,50 before we Impose the state and local bite,
This makes the cup that cheers' today and
depresses tomorrow worth slightly tmore to the.
,thirsty citzien than a beaker of compressed
pearls, and drives him inevitably into the hands
of the man who understands sour mash in the
backyard.
I have heard of people getting drunk on ex-
citement, andon ,moon-beams, and on poetry,
but the knack of accumulating stiffness on tax-
es Is a delicate. perverseness known to but a
specific few-all teetotallers.
Somehow a stiff Swig of excise does not drive
off the drearies, especially those megrims deriv-
ed from the contemplation of other tax bless-
ings.
A man may. get some mordant satisfaction
from the contemplation of an onion, in a mar-


tini, but replace the onion 'with the national
debt and cheer departs the bar.
.So we. are faced with economically enforced
sobriety for most, or a return to the cheap and
dreadful tipples,of yesteryear-the suspect ap-
plejack, the extemporaneous gin, the overnight
corn squeezing and the other children of wood
alcohol which are bred in cellars and, barns and
bear no seal of Sam's approval.
Knowing us as a drinking nation, the latter
alternative is thd one we are in process of ac-
cepting, merely because we have. already proved
that we will drink anything if it's cheap
enough. .. .
SYohu af bun bootle 'tao l a ue *a pint or two
buchl the fifth in most cities, as opposed to'
about four dollars for a cheap and legal blend
on which the, tax frio is some 80 percent of pur-
chase price.
This is' known as slaying the keg that bled
the golden. stream into the Treasury's coffers,
and simultaneously' sets up the new problem of
extra law enforcement, and the high cost of
corruption and ensuing crime.
It M5 as fine a springboard for the Qld days
of gangster rule as has come down the pike
lately,' and seems. Just a touch simple on the
part of the tax collectors.
You can tax any luxury out of existence and
into the beckoning arms of a cheap and illegal
substitute.
It may be of momentary delight to the sis-
ters of.the WTCU that the working man is
soon to be deprived of his Saturday fifth of
forgetfulness, but no high moral achievement
actually will be registered when whisky becomes
too expensive for you and me.
Prohibition proved us a nation of swfggers
and gulpers, and repeal has done little to dis-
prove it.
They still tate it straight in the South and
West, and' the effete East drinks whisky on the
rocks and neat gin under the name of martinL.


General's Medal

By Peter Edson
O -


WASHINGTON (NEA) Award of the latest
medal to the White House's senior' military aide,
Maj.-Gen. Harry W. Vaughan, has started some
interesting speculation In Washington.
General Vaughan's newest decoration is the
Order of Juan Pablo Duarte, awarded him by
the Dominican Republic.
Reason for the raised eyebrows over this move
is that the Dominican government has for some
time been trying to get a contract to manu-
facture small arms for the U. 8. government, or
for the-military assistance program to help re-
arm other foreign governments.
So far, the Dominicans haven's been having
any luc,
In this kind of business, of course, it is never
considered a disadvantage to have an influential
friend around the White House or the Pentagon.
Nothing has been hung on General Vaughan
in this respect, mind you. He Is thus far clean
as a hound's tooth on this Dominican deal.
But even as an innocent victim, by allowing
himself to be decorated, he has contributed to
the system of personal favor-giving which many
foreign governments and their diplomats feel'
they have to follow to get what' they're after.
In the case of the Dominican arms factory,
it has tried the usual front-door business ap-
proach and the hiring of an American agent.
Official name of the concern which runs the
plant Is Armeria, S. A. the two letters being
the equivalent of English, "Inc."
According to papers filed with the U. S. De-
atmnt, o$ Justice under the Foreign Agents'
ration-gct, Armeria is a branch of the war
department of the Dominican Republic.
Verai months ago, Armerls retained as its
Amercan agent an organization known as
ClaIS-TuWkerman, with offices in New York.
NMad o this organization is Edwin N. Clark.
a retired U. 8..Army reserve brigadier general.
Clark-Tackerman's contract with Armeria'
ealis fot sjrtices as technical adviser and for
assistance lr getting U. S. war contracts.
Fees to be paid are 8 per ceat o all money
received from contracts.
This raised the usual five-perceter's take for
Pentagon influence peddling. But sO far. Clark- .
Tuakerman has obtained no contract for Arme-
ri.L
In this interval, the American agents are sup-
posed to be paid $5500 a month.
ho full story of the Armeria plant goes back
to ti


Its existence has been known and its progress
has been watched by U. S. defense officials.
It could be a quite disturbing factor to the
Caribbean. Central American and South Amer-
ican peace, if it ever got into wide production.
The Dominican Republic shares the West In-
dies Island between Cuba and Puerto Rico with
Haiti.
Several revolutionary attempts have been
,launched from Cuba to overthrow the Domini-
can government.
In putting down these and other home-brew-
ed uprisings, long-time President Trujillo has
ch ared that his real enemies were the Com-
munists of Cuba, Guatemala and other Latin-
American countries.
,The Dominican arms plant was supposed to
make the tight little half-island secure against
such opposition.
Originally, the Trujillo government tried to
Interest an American firm in setting up the
Plant.
This plan was droppect in favor of a Hun-
garian group. They had been driven from home
by a Communist coup.
When they escaped, they brought with them
patents for a new super-light machine gun,
The Inventors were Volmos Lotsos and Pal Kira-
ly.
Alexander Kovacks, a Hungarian born but
naturalized citizen of the Dominican Republic,
made a trip to, Europe to contact this group
on behalf of the Trujillo government.
He succeeded in ousting Lotsos from the com-
bination and made a deal with Kiraly to start
production in the Dominican Republic. Today.
Kovacks is Armeria's general manager.
The Dominican government has been simul-
tante9uy earryi ng on a heavy publicity cam-
upSai In the United States.
Tkere-have been full page ads in western
newspapers, talking up the industrial potential-
ities of the Dominican Republic. It is pictured
as a land full of opportunity for American in-
vestment capital.
Still another campaln. has been waged to
have the Dominican raw sugar'auota raised for
Import into the United States.
The crowning event of all this build-up no
doubt came when Dominican Ambassador Luis
Thomen pinned a medal on General Vaughan's
chest as a "staunch defender of the lofty ideals
of western civilization."


MERRY-60-ORO
ty DkW PEARSON


Drew Pearson says: Berlin a city of vivid dramatic coIN
during Reds' youth rally; Many supposedly ConmM-
tic youngsters don't like Communism; We ho
idea of uniting Europe, not simply give them han
BERLIN.-I have just spent an evening behind ther
Curtain.
It's not hard to do here In Berlin where no guard .n;
the line between the Russia and American sectors and wha
you flash a White House press card and look reasonably i
ant, you can attend even the most exclusivheof the
youth shows.

Berlin tonight is a city of vivid dramatic contrast-nu Ou
b runtinandas everywhere, flags of every nation but lWU
arly And Ironcay the flags of peace.
Sandwiched in between almost every national fag uht
blue and white emblem of peace.
Standing out against the gaunt bomb-gutted ruins of Beli
they mae a enue appeal to the tired population which 3aev
wants to see war again.
There were other contrasts. l
SA Cz.eh youth orchestra in immaculate blue and white'it
forms played before the. pillars of Berlin's bombed-out wqSi
house',hey played well and sang well.
At one sae stood shiny new Czech buses made in the,"
munitions works,.
One thousand of these buses 'brought the Czech youtthe
aton to th year's rally nd they now stood in contrast tt
bomb-wrecked wearypillars of the old opera house.
Across from the cKaier's once-ornate palace which the
slans tore down and removed piece by piece, a great platform
stood In front of the bomb-battered museum.
The Inside was an empty shell, but outside a Russian balet4
a girl in Georgian costume, and Finnish folk dancers all p -
formed. -
It was Russia's youth exhibition and you had to admit I w"A
good. Lighting, acoustics and staging were all perfect; the mus"t'
excellent and the dancing superb. t.
I couldn't tell what the girl in the Georgian, costume sgtd
when she sang a ballad dedicated to Stalin and I don't thinn
many of the German Communists could, eter.lt they lk.
her voice and applauded just the same. '
Above the museum, the stone horse given to Kaiser Wihe
by Czar Alexander II peered down at this modern-day
rally while, on the crowd's edge a group of young Commn
peered eagerly at the convertible Ford Mercury In which
een driven across the Iron Curtain.
On their shirts was written "activist," meaning their job
to whip %4p an activate enthusiasm among other party
But they seemed,muchmore enthusiastic about the modern te
production of the est than InCommunism.
REDS' YOUTH RALLY NO FLOP
To read the headlines in American newspapers you Not,'th
Impression that the Berlin youth rally was a flop. It wasn't *"
No rally which brings 2,000,000 youngsters together ft l
parts of the world s a flop and its no use kidding ourselb. '
The State Department, with a meagre budget, did a
ous job of attracting a quarter of a million German youi
the Western sector, giving them food, literature and a sight'5the
vastly better living standards on our side of the Iron Curi
But when the rally was nly halt over, orders came to-elreo ,
up certain youth depots.
Congressmen Taber of New York, Clevenger of Ohlo'
other economizers had pinched too many pennies and a great p.
portuhlty was this snuffed out. -
I However three-quarters of a million other youngsters'nevelt.
entered West Berlin. : ,
1, They braved the straw spread out In schoolrooms for themA
ni h S m pi with"the Poer Communist food and attend
Serbl ake o mnh ism.
T U o %psoh per cent against 25 per cent means t'
eventually De 3 eeas out .tp. Communism.
"AMI. GO JHOME$!"
If you arrived early enough and flashed a White House oe
card, a U.S. military pass or even a, District, of Columbia poli-
pass, an American could get into the most popular and pac .
performance of all-the North Korean
Seeing the Korean show gave some Idea of the propanmdw.
barrage this youth congress was subjected to.
T highlight of their performance was a dance operetta In-
which a Korean mother, her child killed, by Americans, s thl
heroine.
The scene which really brought down the house was that ia
which she throws three grenades, Into an American camp.,
oThree Americans then tear her clothes half off and tae urns
beating her while he takes from her blouse the flag of the
People's Republic.
Then, ust as the Americans tie her to a tree preparing toi
shoouth hotrings out and Korean guerrillas come to hetr
rescue. The heroine then shoots an American officer at point-
blank range.
At this point, the audience goes wild; there is 20 min- otn
applause; the Korean actors get curtain call after curtain sall,
and Russian lades rush up to embrace the embarrassed but hap-
py Korean orchestra leader. I M
The audience then leaves, chanting "Ami, go homel"--th*
slogan of derision for Americans thrown at us from the Adrialtl
to the Baltic. 1
This is a sample of the propaganda drilled In on the out e
at the rally and there's no use in kidding ourselves abt
effect.,
SELLING IDEAS IS IMPORTANT '4
I sat in one youth center in West Berlin talking to thr tboys
from Saxony-one a carpenter's apprentice, one a lockslIth'r
apprentice, and the third out of work. 4
They sat in the George C. Marshall building, in o- end
which was a soup kitchen while in the center a toy edition the
Santa Fe Ralway's "Chief" glided under bridges and-over oun-
tains In a huge electric-train exhibit.
Just outside stood "The European Trains"-a beautiful bufil
combination of the Friendship and Freedom, trains, showing the
Importance of uniting Europe.
A long line of supposedly Communist youngsters from EaIt.
Berlin stood waiting to pass through, but the boys I talked to
had already seen this impressive train.
As we talked of Communism-which they didn't like-I asked'
what they thought of a United States of Europe.
"That's what We've got to have" said the carpenter's appren.
ice, banging hlis ft 'on the table.
"We've got to be united, just as that train says. That's the.
way to lick Communism and the way to lick war."
That remark to me pointed up the chief mistake we are mak-
ing in our battle against Communism.
In Berlin, Moscow was selling an idea-we were handing out
soup and bread.
In the rest of Europe, Moscow has been selling an Idea-.
we've been handing out Marshall plan money to build bufidlngs,
railroads and roads.
These are important. But sometimes people will fight harder
for an idea than for full stomachs.
What we could do very easily and where we have been miss.
ing the boat is to sell both an idea and bread-the Idea of uniting
Europe and preventing war.
We've hinted at this from time to time but until we sell that
constructive idea and sell it hard the Communists may be abl
to continue outselling us with their phony idea on A 75-to-S
ratio.
PERSECUTED REFUGEE
An East German youth arrived at the West German youth
center in Berlin the other day and said: "I want to defect."


Since East Germans can defect or go over to West Germaniy
only because they are being persecuted, the authorities asked this
youngster itf he was a persecuted refugee.
"Well, yes," he replied.
"How so?" the authorities asked.
"They're trying to make a' Chinaman out of me," the
explained.
"You see, they didn't get enough Chivge boys to come
from China and they need more to march in the parade.
"So, since I have high cheekbones they Want me to
in Chinese clothes and march-and I don't want to be
naman."U;


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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY EVELYN KEYES
NEA Staff Correspondent
o-


(For Erskine Johnson, who
is on vacation)
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) The
way I've got it figured out, I'd ra-
ther pay money to a travel agen-
cy than to a psychiatrist.
Not that I've anything against
psychiatrists. Some of my best
friends support them. And need
them. But when Hollywood's
green hills and golden sunshine
jangle my nerves I hop on a train
or a plane instead of a confess-
ional couch.
This has taken me to Europe,
the Bahamas, Cuba, South Amer-
eia, and Mexico. It's expensive
therapy but it works. And I'm a
hapler, better adjusted lass for
It. Per all this I give frequent
thanks to a director-friend's sto-
"When I get the Hollywood
mnmbo-jumbos," he said, "I walk
out of the studio and get on the
nhrest street car or bus going to
Los Angeles. I walk the streets
andtalk to people just peopleI
Theft I come back to work know-
ing a world exists outside of Hol-
lywood."
That makes complete sense to
me. My home and my career are
in Hollywood and I appreciate
the happiness and financial free-
dom I've gained here. But let's
face it, the movie business is
made to order for the couch doc-
tors.
There are good reasons for this.
Hollywood by its very nature is a
place that manufactures dreams.
Dreams aren't the easiest thing to
conjure on film, either. Actors
and actresses are supposed to
breathe reality into the fiction
that makes the saleable dream.
After awhile you lose your sense
otreality and real people, and
become a dream world creature
yourself.
Outside world people think so,
too. A friend of mine was com-
ing back to Hollywood on the
train. Several citizens recognized
him as a rather famous star and
got involved in a conversation
with him. Finally one asked:
"Don't you really mind when they
pry into your private life?"
"Certainly," my friend replied,
"but It's part of the business and
you just accept it. When stories
crop up your marriage is on the


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rocks, when it isn't, or some such
harmful gossip, it can cause you
trouble."
One woman leaned over and
patted him sympathetically. "I
know what you mean. It happens
to real people too."
Hollywood is full of real people,
despite opinion to the contrary.
But it's difficult to stay that way
unless one dashes outside the
picket fence for a glimpse of the
world. Hollywood tends to deve-
lop frustrations.
With rare exceptions, the peo-
ple who clamber to the top go
through a tough grind reaching
the pinnacle, developing a lead-
Insulated ego so that the kicks
received on the way up won't
dropkick them out of the race.
And at the top, people's egos
wc'u't let them rest. A talented
director wants to become a pro-
ducer because he feels he could
do the job better. The writer feels
he's better than the oaf of a di-
rector who's garroting his death-
less prose. Comedians feel they
are Hamlet types; and dramatic
actors just know they have a fine
sense of comedy.
It even reflects itself in the so--
cial life. You go to a party. In
most instances you'd think the
world bigan and will end with an
epic film. The threat of the atom
bomb isn't as Inenacing as tele-
vision. The new management of
United Artists is of more concern
than the United Nations.
As a friend once told me: "You
get sunk in your swimming pool
and God help you if you forget
to come up for air."


School Wear
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BOBBY-SOXERS PREFER the
two-piece back-to-school out-
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Ex-Commy Budenz

Names US Diplomats


A.M.
6:00--Sign On .As rnds Reds
6:40-Alarm Clock Club As Friends of Reds
7:30-Jazz Salon
8:11-NEWS (VOA) WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 (UP)-
8:60-Morning Varieties Ex-Communist Louis F. Budenz
'.45-The Duke Steps Out testified yesterday that he knew
9:00-NEWS career diplomat John Carter Vin-
9:15-Women's World (VOA) cent as a Red and that Vincent
9830-As I See It "influenced" former vice presi-
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11:00-News
11:05-Off the Record (Contd.) Budenz, one-time editor of the
11:30-Meet the Band Daily Worker who broke with the
1-2:00-NEWS Communist Party in 1945 to re-
P.M. join the Catholic Church, ap-
12:05-NEW TUNE TIME-PAN- peared for the second straight
AMUSICA day before the Senate Internal
12:30-Popular Music Security Subcommittee which is
1:00-NEWS investigating Red infiltration of
1:15-Personality Parade the Institute of Pacific Relations.
1:45-Tour de France (RDF) He said that influencing U.S.
2:00-Latin American Serenade foreign policy in the Far East
2:15-Date For Dancing was "one of the main assign-
2:30-Afternoon Melodies ments" of the Communist Party
2:45-Battle of the Bands and that it "used" the institute
3:00-American Band Concert freely for this purpose.
3:15-The Little Show He said the Communists also
3:30-McLean's Program waged a "campaign of elimina-
3:45-Musical Interlude tion" to get rid of anti-Commu-
4:00-Let's Dance nists in the State Department.
4:30-What's Your Favorite He said the party "relied very
6:00-Guest Star heavily" on Vincent, now U. S. I
6:15-Masterworks from Farace consul general at Tangier, and
(RDF) John Stewart Service, another
6:45-American Folk Songs career diplomat, in this cam-
7:00-Gay Paris Music Hall paign.
(RDF)
7:30-Sports Review Much of Budenz' testimony was
7:45-Jam Session a repetition of statements he has
8:00-Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA) made previously before Congres-
8:16-Opera Concert (VOA) sional investigating committees.
8:45--Battle Report (VOAl Both Vincent and Stewart
9.1'-Radio University IVOA) have been attacked by Sen. Jo-
9:15---Stamp Club (VOA) seph R. McCarthy. R., Wis. but;
S9:30-Radio Amateur Program were cleared by a State Depart-
....VOA) I ment loyalty board.
9:46-Sports and Tune of Day
(VOA) Budenz said that the main tar-
'HOTEL EL PANAMA gets of the Communist drive
Te HOG Hit Parade against their 'enemies" in the
The Owl's Nest State Department were former
i C..-Sign Off Undersecretary of State, Joseph
C. Grew, former Ambassador to
lanation of Symbols China, Patrick J. Hurley, and Lt.
01Sel of America Gen. Albert C. Wedemeyer, who
ritish Broadcasting made a special trip to the Far
.Corp. East for former Secretary of State
I _-_Rd Iodiffusion Francaise George C. Marshall after the
SM1 i CSaturday, August 18 I war. ...... .


Light Plane Forced-Lands On Four-ane


Biscayne Boulevard, Crashes Red Light


MIAMI, Fla., Aug. 24 (UP).-A vacationing business-
man of Dayton, 0., calmly set his plane down today on
Biscayne Boulevard -- one of the most heavily traveled
highways in the country but caused only a, scratch on
the arm of a horrified motorist. .
"That emergency landing Was the smoothest I have
ever made," Robert James Simons, 37, said.
His wife, Ruth, 35, and the other two passengers in
the plane, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Underwood of Dayton,
agreed most emphatically.
Luckily there were only a car "I planned an 'S' curve
and a truck in the path of go between them. But t
Simnons' single-engined plane wing tips failed by 18 inck
rolling along busy Biscayne at to Clear both vehicles. I s5
50 miles an hour. the horrified look on the fa
SThe two vehicles were stop- ot the truck driver just k
ped at a red light, which may fore he ducked and thie wl
b-h"ve averted a very dangerous tip banged into his win
mixup of cars and airplane by snield."
,eiping block the flow of traf- Simnns, sales manager of
The wings of the plane skidd- Cadcilac agency in Dayton w
ed over the top of the car and years of, lying experisin
smashed into the windshlelf of to saakde off again withibeen a
the truck, driven by Joseph minutes froff Biscayne Bth
Ambrose of Miami. yrd f thoe two cars had
Ambrose suffered a scratched vard b I those two cars had
arm either when hea ducked been In the way.
under the dashboard of the "Reckless, hell," he said wI
truck before the plane hit or someone asked him .about
when he shook the glass out of "driving" through a red lig
his shirt. "There wasn't anything re
Simons said the high humi- less about that."
dity caused "ice" to form in the His wife and Mr. and I
plane's carburetor shortly after underwood were as calm
they started back for Dayton Simons. They said they did
after a 12-day vacation. have trine to get scared.
As a coincidence. Simons "We all felt the good L
said all four of them were was with us," Mrs. Simons ia
playing shuffleboard on the
beach back of the Kenilworth
Hotel late yesterday when they N FE Actlo
saw another plane in the same **Urges
trouble. They saw the manager By
of a Miami Beach radio station By fCongrss on Pa
die as his plane crashed into
the Atlantic Ocean. Other
"If this icing doesn't, clear up. O Iher togislation
we are in trouble," Simons said
he told his wife.
"We're going to have to land. Prompt action on Federal s
I heard Cy tell everyone to ary legislation was strongly u
fasten their safety belts." ed today by the National Fede
"I looked down and saw a tion of Federal Employes in a I
four-lane highway (Biscayne ter addressed to each member
Boulevard) looking oh the Senate and House of Rep
so beautiful right In front of sentatives.
me. No, I didn't think of a The N.F.F.E. letter to 0C
nrayer.....I had only about gress. signed by President Lut[
120 seconds to come down C. Stewards and Secretary- Tre
from 1,200 feet. urer Gertrude McNally, follows
"I saw that the traffic on the full text:
highway was running in clusters "The Congress has now bi
caused by the red lights. I in session more than sei
was ready to come in just at months. The only completed
the time when there were no tion taken in respect of Fede
cars. employes has been to adminis
"I went right over two cables to them what is in truth and f
and under a third before hit- a pay cut; namely, a reduction
ting the pavement without a annual leave of six days.
bounce. Then I saw the two "The economic condition
cars stopped for a red light a Federal employes grows steac
block away. I screeched the worse. They are loyal. Their,
brakes but they wouldn't hold cognition of their responsible.
on the wet pavement." as public servants and their ri
One of the cars was headed adherence to correct principles
north, the way the plane was conduct insttacd of br ing
going, and the other south, he them a reward have mWlted
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cently. when 23 scouts of Gatun
Troop No. 3,Tec1fYed, their ten-
derfoot badges. It was a colorful
ceremony.
More than 100 adults witness-
ed the event, and among the of-
ficers present besides 'the scout
executive, Ramond George, were
President WI~lm Jump of the
local Counctl; Sdward Green,
chairman -ohe Atlantic District
CommittOt Scout J. A. Ba RI meo Miller, dis-
trict co n ,sione ,and Dudley
Woodman, neighboring commis-
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"Extended heaings hawe been During the program that mark-
held in both Senate and House on ed the Investiture, each of the
pay increase measure'. All that officers gave an Inspiring talk.
remains to be done is to act. Fall- W. Gordon, troop committeeman,
ure to do so promptly will result spoke in behalf of the communi-
n-'the further drainng of the life ty of Gatun.
blood of the Federal rve. ac- ...
eelerate the los to better paying Also, It has been announced
positions of highly trained and that the standard for the selec-
capable public servants, to lie re- tion of a team to represent the
placed by the untrained, with Iiternat onal Boy Scouts of the
consequent wanton waste of pub- Canal Zone at the first Carib-
lic -.more employ, leMS work. bean jamboree in Jamaica early
"Prompt action can be had if next year will be fixed at a meet-
there is the will to act. : -- '-"- of the executive board tak-
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Com unic dyer


desd MO drid el
SHD,. tIeca

De acuqrdo con informed
dadoe a este diario por *el ,1
cenciado,..Anibal Illueo 'Vu
hermaneo 4 LilfT Jorge
E. Illueca, Secretario General
del Partido Front* Patri4tico,
actualmente on Europa. le co-
munic6 ayer on conversaci6n
sostenida telef6nicamente des
de Madrid, con reltpI6en al
,problema doe la Caja del Se.
guro Social, que *I faIHo dic-
tado por la Corto Suprema do.
Justicia, declarando incons-
tituoional *I Decreto.Lay N..
nmro 21 do 25 do Septieonbre
de 1950, por oI cual soreor-
ganiza la Caja del Seguro So-
cial ."debla ner acatado in-
mediatamento".
El Diputado Illueca, lider
del Partido Fronte Patri6tico,
parti6 para Europa hace va-
ria somanas y auisti6 a una.
conferonoia de la UNESCO
en Paris. Despu6s do. hacer
unh reeorrido per lao diyveras
capitales *uropeas *I Lloen-
itId iuoItea d onouontra ao*.
tangmnft on Madrid do re-
Oaip?


Roy se install el comit6* para
reformar la lay electoral, en
ePcual eating representados to-
do. los prtidos politios sa i:
Per el partido Liblral, Lie. Vic-
tor Florencio GOytia; *por el
PRI, Lie. 4hroLso Garay y JU-
loll E. Clement' por el Frente
Patrl6tlco, Lic..Cesar A. Quin-
tero y Anibal Illueca: por el
Partldo Liberal, Lic. Elias Ra-
mos _MArquez; por el Partido
Conservador, Lic Pedro Moreno
Corre ; por el Partido Uni6n
Pop tr,*doctor Francisco Gon-
zalel Ruiz, por el Partido Re-
novtor, Lic. Mario Cal H. y
Robe Clement; por el PRA,
Li~.~~S6 Pezet y Victor M. Vi-
UalobGe; por el PNR, Ralmundo
Ortega Vieto, quienes presenta-
ron sus reapectivas credencia-
les.


Pro yeto sobre la

Bomb, discutira el

Conce o esta noche
csta noche se discutira en el
Comnsejo Municipal un pr'i/ecto
para restablecer la banda dc
musicos del Cuerpo de Bombe-
ros de PanamA
fn la miama reunion se dis-
cutira otro proyecto por el cual
se plenaa comstruir nuevos edi-
ficlos para los cuarteles de la
bomb situados *n el Mecado
Pbtiico y n el B aI o d$ pall-
donia. '


La*.

Kaesong seran reanudadas en

las p6ximas 48 horas
E1 tmeral Ridgway enviarA la nota pidiendo la
reanudaci6n y negando los cargo comunistam


D. Silver comenta

carta del Ministro

de Prevision Social
Panami, agosto 22 de '1951.
Sr. don Juan Galindo
Ministro de Trabajo, Previsl6n
Social y Salud Puiblica.
Senor Ministro:
Con el fin de precisar res.-
]onsabilidades y de sentar las
cases sobre las cuales descan-
aaran lab acciones Judiciales de
que har6 .uao hasta conseguir
que se reconozca mi derecho
a actuar como Gerente de la
Caja de Seguro Social, me re-
fiero a sa oficlo de ayer en
el cual, e contestaci6n a ml
comunlcacif, dtA la misma fe-
W me t ioram O e ans Ml-
nterio lrt caonocer mi
derecho part rumir las mun-
ciblues aludldas.
Decretada la inconstituciona-
.* Ie PAi & Co.l It


TOKIO, Agosto 24 (UP)-
Fuentes que merecen enter
crddito informaron que el Ge-
neral Ridgway enviara a los co.
munistas dentro de las proxi-
mas 48 horas un oficio formal
pidiendo la reanudaci6n de las
conversaclones sobre Armisticio.
Las mismas fuentes dijeron,
sin embargo, que el menraje de
Ridgway rechazarat las protes-
tas comunistas por el "bombar-
deo" de Kaesog--lo que tue
usado como preito para la
auspendl6n de lis cOnferenclas,
ayer.
El Comandante Supremo de
las Naclones Unidas reclbi6 la
protest formal de los comunis-
tas a travis de los canales re-
gularek ayer on la tarde.
El General Kim II Sung, Pre-
mier de Corea del -Norte y Co-
mandante, en Jefe y el General
Peng Teh Huai, comandante
de las fuerzas Chinas en Coresa
alegaron que un avi6n de las
Naclones Unidas vol6 sobre la
zona neutral el midrcoles en la
noche "en un intehto delibera-
do de aseslnar a nuestra dele-
gaci6n a las tonversaciones de
Po**n -" In ** a oe1 I|I


JEl hracan que azoto ayer a

Tampico ha reclamado mas

de 170 vidas en su recorrido
Hoy caus6 37 muertes mis en la pequefia poblaci6n
de Cirdenaks en 'Mexico


CARDENAS, M6xico AgOato 24
(UP) Las inundaciones prc-
vocadas por el huracan que a-
ect6 ayer-. Mexico han dejado
un saldo de 37 muertos y dc-
spare cid* en esta pequefia p. -
blacibna 20 millas de Tampico
1 alcalde de Cardenas dlio
que se ha pdido rescatar los
.caerpos dm i 23 om y m ancianos,
pemo e S mRy poca espe-
raau dtf-qft toxre reea&Or
Hasta ,noa n huracAn ha
causado, IInIMEri en cinco
dias own Toee-roid de 1i.00.
zrillsu per' Caril* el Oolfu de
I W, e habia ala ra-
co at a Tampio ouran-
e 33 hlgim1 sU atrtlor o
haca Madre mla mal


S. ; e- .. -^ i


SUna vez instalado el comity,
se acord6 que se haria un pile-
go de las modificaciones ipra
que cads Uno de los miembros
las llevar4 al seno de sir par-
tido do:ide fueran discutidas.

Recortaran mais de

8 mlllones de la

ayuda a A. Latina

WASHINGTON, agosto 24.-
(UP)-La Comisl6n de Relaclo-.
nes Exteriores del 8enado reco-
mendo una rebaja de 8.600,000
d6lares en el program de a-
yuda military y econ6mica para
Latino Am6rica.
El Goblerno habia pedido 62
millones de d6lares para ayuda
de los raises latinoamericanos.
de log cuales 40 millones eran
par. ayuda miltar y 22 par
ayuda econ6mica.
La CAmara de Representan-
tei aprob6 los fondos pedidos,
Iero la ComlsI6n del Senado
decdi6 reducirlos a 53.400,000
ddlares: 38.153,000 dolares para
ayuda military y 15.250,000 para
ayuda econ6mica.
S La Comlai6n todavia no ha
tornado una decision definitive
respect al proyecto, pero las
esferas parlamentarias dijeron
que no se trataria de modificar
es". cifras.

Dos recursos de

hab cepus se

irutitaron Ioy
bDog recuraos do -abeat Cor-
pu fueron presfttadoa boy an-
te nuestro tri*nalS por el
Uaeneiado Edurtird Valdis en
representaci6n del sealor Teo-
doro Brin y per Ia Licenciado
Leticia Vincensini en favor del
Licenclado Juan de Dios Pove-
da, Lolicitando ambos abogados
Is libertad inmediata de.sus
defendids.
La LUcenciado Vincensini re-
sentd hoy el recurso de Habeas
Corpus ante la Corte Suprema
de Justicia contra el Tiscal Pri-
mero del Segundo Tribunal, Li-
cenciado Visquez Diaz, para que
sea puesto'en libertad inmedia-
tamente su defendido, el Li-
cenciado Juan de Dios Poveda,
por considerar que no hay me-
rito suficiente par a su deten-
cl6n relacionada con el juicio,
que por lesiones personales en
perjuicio del seflor Ricardo A.
de la Guardia, se sigue contra
varies ex-miembros de la Po-
licia Secreta.


El Licenciado Eduardo Val-
des, present otro recurso de
Habeas Corpus ante 4os Magis-
trados del Segundo Tribunal
Superior y en flavor del sefior
Teodoro Brin,. contra el Juez
Cuarto del Circulto, Licenciado
Manuel Burgos, pra que se or-
dene la libertad de r& defen-
dido, ya que no existed, dice el
abagado Valdis, evidencla su-
ficiente para su detenci6n re-
lacionada con los sucesos del
dia 10 de mayo Altimo.


El "secuestro" de

Henriquez fue una

"trampa policiva"
LA HABANA. Agosto 24 (UP)-
El miembro de la Camara de Re-
presentanten, Enrique Henriquez,
.

Socarras, al ser encontrado en su
gia a CArdenas fuN barrido por apartamento aflrm6 a la prensa
el huracan, y una muralla 'e pars explicar la falsa noticia de
agua de mAs de 20 pies de al- su "secuestt" que dicha noticia
to arrat6 con ms de. 200 cho- fue dada a p= de la Policia
zas de adobe y los derrumba- Secreta como una "artimafla" pa-
mientos descarrilaron un tren ra detener "infrganti" a los di-
r 12 millas de Cardenas, pero reetores de una vasta banda Do-
los 200 pasajeros del minmo lo- minicana de espionaje" que ope-
graron escapar a salvo. ra en Cuba.
La mayoria de Ia" victlmas, de A6adl6 que el fracaso de la
Ia inundaclon so encontrauan "artmoaa" so debl6 a quo1 Jefe
durmiendo edon asu ca y oias d banda de e a entr en
fueron arrastrads por las a- do1ba y diy6 aMisami "en
gum. done ia biMda en resne".
Los habitantes del puqblo so ra ns_ e-e
hn ildo a las tMaS Henrin que portenece a
cn pocas portenenrc e un familla Doninicana, dijo
han podid. salver, Que el Prdente si deted la Repu-
ce el n ivel do esperam i a blica DOmlnicans, Rafael Leo-
q i nel de lea agusm ba,e. .ld as Trullo ha pueMto a su
En San LuIs de Potao sert-. cabe unpro de 0 mil d6-
cuentra un trh c6 esnterma-- l~res y y ee lo-Ie eutm de la
sa, Mddlps i m idleamReass S0" a acircu-
isto Srdltrigime a meIms t -. vewn dw so je-ustro
$m fJ3* --. Wsa Sabiste eosld IS aSlPEW 5
t e as jofnanis&l im *spmryI
.. .. .... tIn, ett ud h, d .


MADERA-
, c tde


GLO3AMf I

a Juan Fr
Telifono s-I*


PANA ,A, I. P, VINENBS, AGOSTO 24, 1951


Centro de divulgai6n sore

Aftosa instalaran enkPanama
-La estructura mispia de lo aprobado en la Confe-
rencia de Consults fue presented por Panami
Las recomendaclonesa de Pa- cstablecldo "un plan practice de
nama para una accl6n coopc- trabajo para el future, median-
rativa entire las nacilones de as- te el cual los paises serAn acon-
continent para prevenir y sejado s obre 10 que deben ha-
controlar la temida fiebre afto- cer indivldualmente e interna-
a, fueron aprobadas por la clonalmente'.
Conferencia Regional de OD-0 Con el fin de poner en pr6c-
su lt sobre fiebre aftosA en su tica las recomendaciones de la
aesl6n de anoche. / Conferenbia, se ha establecid:
Los informes y conhcualones un commit. international de jo-
del Comitd nombrado para es- ordinati6n con sede en Panama.
tudiar las proposiciones de P.- El Comltd constara de cnm
mnama, hechas por el Ingenler inmlembro de cada pas' represen--
David Samudio, Ministro de A- tado en la Conferencia y tra-
grigultura, Comercio e In 4s- bajarA junto con una comiai6i
tr*, fueron presentadaa az0- de trees experts en aftosa. Dos-
ch# en la 5a. sesi6n plenaria. de los experts seran enviados
pn ciertos camblos tW OniWls por la Organizaci6n de Alimcn-
yldiciones, la estructura uds- tos y Agrceultura de las Naclo-
na* de lo que fuN aprobado fuN nes Unidas y el tercero del Cen-
presqntada por el Gobierno de tro Panamericano de Fiebre Af-
Panama. tosa.
El doctor Ralph M. Allee, Di-
rector del Instituto Interamcri- El document con todas las
cano de Ciencias Agricolas, ca- recomendaciones aprobadas scrap
lific6 la corfterencia de "muy firmado en una ceremonial es-
significativa". Dijo que esiaba special dsta tarde. Los delegados
convencido que se habia plan- a la Conferehcia fueron recibi-
teado una definition efectiva y dos esta mafiana a las 11 en la
concisa del problema y que se Presidencia por don Alcibiades
habia puesto en el papel los pe- Arosemena y mafiana seran
Ulgros de la aftosa y los medlos huespedes del Oobierno de Pa-
para evitarla. nama en un viaje a trav6s del
Los delegados tambidn han Canal.


Rusia supo que el Japon iba

a atacar a Pearl Harbor con

tires meses de anticipaci6n
Sin embargo, no le aviso a Estados Unidos ni a
Gran Bretafia para que estuvieran desprevenidos


CIuCO CENTE'IhMOt


Los paises latinos lucharan aqu


contra discriminacion de fletes


Se install el Comite para la

reform ma de la Ley Electoral

fon delegados de los partidos


CIRCULACION PAGADA


DE AYER MAS DF
22,300


La moci6n sera presentada ",-

por la delegaci6n panameiM

a la reunion de- la Econosoc


Una proposici6n de trascen-
dental importancia para los
paisea latinoamericanos sobre el
problema de fletes, sera pre-
sentada a consideracion de la
Segunda Sesion Extraordinaria
del Consejo Economico y Social
reunida en El Panama.
El proyecto de resoluci6n se-
ra presentado por la delegacl6n
de Panama, y recibira el apoyo
de un gran ni(mero de repre-
sentantes de paises que sufren
la discriminacl6n existente en
material de fletes y seguros. Los
beneficios que represent la a-
probaci6n de dicho proyecto se-
rAn enunciados por nuestros
delegados en la session de ma-
fiana y al mismo tiempo serA
sometida a consideracilon del
Comitd III de Transportes una
proposici6n que contempla re-
comendaciones para una mejor
organizaci6n de rutas y slate-
mas de legislacl6n maritima.
En la mafiana de hoy, las
distintas comisiones entraron en


un period de calm, al &llegU
a su fin la primer semana dw
la Conferencia. Los delegadoas
dedicaron el dia a convernateld
nes informales y a la discut .'
de los distintos proyectos "
deberan ser presentados a
Comisiones, la mayoria de
cuales tienen un plazo fija)
hasta el lunes para la rece .
cl6n de proposiciones. Asim .
mo, los proyectos que guardi-
similitud fueron objeto de o -
tudio por parte de sus auo..
res y muchos de ellos sett-r
refundidos en uno solo a' '
de evitar la repetici6n de pmo,
yectos con objetivos iddnticoa.
Mafiana harA uso de la pa.-
labra el delegado paname @&
don Mario de Diego, quien as-
tentara, las proposiciones pro-
paradas por la delegacidn pa*
namefia para ser considerada,
en la sesi6n del grupo B (M*:e
tes y Seguros) de la Comiot'<
de Transportes.


En Wesiport murtd6 el

vicepresidente de la

Editors Press Service
WESTPORT, Conn., agosto 24
(EPS). En su residencia de
Compo Beach, vecina a la ca-
sa veraniega de don Eduardo
CArdenas director de "Selec-
clones", murio6 victim de una
hemocragla cerebral. don Albert
H. Powers, a los 54 afios de
edad. ;
Mr. iPowers era hermano de
Joshua B. Powers, conocido re-
presentante de periodicos y ha-
bia sido alto funclonarlo de
Editors Press Service Inc., a-
gencia distribuidora de servi-
clos grificos. Durante la pri-
mera guerra mundial se pre-
sent6, como voluntario a la en-
tonces incipiente fuerza area
naval de los Estados Unidos,
abandonando sus studios en la
Universidad de Texas. Luego
trabaj6 de reporter en various
diarios de ese Estado, princi-
palmente en San Antonio y
Houston, y posteriormente se
reuni6 con su hermano Joshua
en Nueva York, para trabajar
en la firma de representantes
internacionales de p e r i 6dicos,
Joshua B. Powers, Inc.
De 1995 a 1943, el senior Po-
wers reildi6 en Buenos Aires,
volviendo a Nueva York casado
con dofia Sara Serbia, una be-
lla dama portorriquefia. Enton-
ces entr6 a former parte de
la firm Editors Press Service,
Inv., como vice-presidente y te-
sorero, cargo que desempefiaba
ultimamente.

Han sido vacunados
4572 nifios de las
escuelas pfiblicas
La Junta Municipal de, Edu-
cacion ha recibido informaci6n
preliminary del Centro de Salud
"Emillano Ponce J." en,l pen-
tWo de que hast las fecha se
han vacunado 4,5"72 nisf9i en
las escuelas pfiblicas con el to-
xolde para tetano, tosferina y
difteria, suministrado por' et
Fondo Municipal de Educaci6n.
El informed preliminary del Di-
rector del Centro de Saludmen-
cionado conclude asi:
"Dentro de dos dias se co-
menzara a aplicar la segunda
dosis. El material apenas si nos
alcanza para esta labor y de-
bido a esta circunstancia no
hemos podido satisfacer el en-
tusiasmo de maestros y padres
de familiar de todas las escue-
las que desean que los nifios
de segundo grado scan tam-
bidn vacunados. Igual solicitud
hemos recibido de las escue-
las privadas, media que ten-
dria en si much valor si se
consider el hecho de que en
1950 hubieron 275 defunciones
por tosferina, tdtano 82 y dif-
teria 7. defunclones".


WASHINGTON, Agosto 24 (U.
P.)-El Mayor General Charles
Willoughby declare que laUni6n
Sovietica se enter de los pla-
nes del Jap6n para atacar a
las fuerzas norte-americanas y
britanieas en 1941 de 60 a 90
dias antes de que saos dtaques
scurrberam pero que a pear de
elo no lnform6 a Estaoas Unl-

Mo feje de nerviclo de inteui-
gencla del Geeoral Douglas Mac
Arthur, el estaba en aqumlla
epoca tratan o desesperada-
mente de obtiepr Informes so-
bre la posaVlllUad de un ata-
que Japon1 s 'hacia el sur.
Agreg6: Podemosg decir que
si hubleramos tenido la infor-
macl6n que los Sovltlcos te-
nian en eptlembrei o en Oc-
tubre, ello hubieta eonitltuido
una formidable advertencia po-
litica, econimica y military y
nosotros hbiblramos eatado me-
jor preparados para hacer fren-
te al ataque del 7 de Diciembre
de 1941".
El General Willoughby decla-
r6 por segundo dia consecutive
ante la Comltsin investigadora
de actividades subversives sobre
las organlzaciones de espiona-
Je establecidas por 'Rusia en
China y Jap6n.
Willoughby declare que la
Unl6n Sovlica se enter de
los planes Japoneses de atacar
hacia el our en vez de hacia
la frontera 81berlana por inter-
medio de una banda de esplas
encabezada por Richard Sorge.

Nuevas quejas por el

ual eslado de las

called del P. Lefevre


Los vecinos del final de la
Calle 9a. y Avenida Santa Elena
cn el Parque Lefevre; propleta-
rios de. pequefias residenc!as
conatruidas con. prnstamos i ca-
lizados por la Caja del Zeg.aro
Social, se han acercado a nues-
tra redaccl6n para informarnos
que no son ellos solamente los
perjudicados con el estado in-
transitable en que dichas caloes
se encuentran, aino la Nacihh
qua por conduct del Segtro
Social tienen Invortido en ese
sector cercea de 400.000 balboas
en edifieaclones que necesaria-
mente tienden a desvalorizarse
Ultimamente, "siguen Infor-
mindonoe se han realizados al-
guns trabajos con tractores e o
i cerro de San Cristdbal y cros
trbajoW bancen que cuando llue-
ve, e1 qua en aluvi6n se prect-
Pit4 sot e los almientos de Ia
menclonadas construcciones

Las baj de EE. UUO.

a OOa ascenden
en C*~ a c de L -eyBd6 q'al i q qW ta entro de sus proplas casas, los peatones se lanzan a la calle des-
fl km b res HNul ai m o. dam la satenci6n a la line de seguridad y cruzando la caUle por donde
I 5jor Ih enswIrte. e *Ftra part, los peatones que se ban percatado de que las lines de
WASI FOTON, agosto 24. s uridad hsa m* emtableeiMag para su proplio beneficio, se imatinan que estas pueden ser
(UP). ZB department de- Armdas em ulm oi a -menato y que el conductor de vehiculos esti en sa obligacltn de fre-
defema inaerm6 que las be- or rapldamemt tusi U arlso pasar cuando a ellos les viene en ganas. En la fotogralia ve-
jas nprtganerlcanaa en la gue- Maw le dJo e ztri.. Peatone que cruzan la ralle por cualquier lade menes por la line de
rra de Cares asclenden a 81,006 x y o 6w e isa Impertarlsri que el ausobs ya se encuentra cmrusando la line de se-
muertel, un amento de 264 e lma.l m a asIsaso eai" sobre el vehicle, conflados en que edte tiene muy buenos
respect, a J osemana ante- y m I geaer ei o a Mente may deipler ta r&a hacer use de elos ripidamente. Los
rior. rtn '1 tnforme. I eabgsPOsr we a esItras auteridade de triansito ean I laucha poer la seurldad
,lal:jfL i a 13,543. m ter- di =M ~ del eedaeter ersando las xalles per las linesas d eguridad y no lan-
a Is alle at l wMsiled o e wonuentra a siace yarda o menoi de is linee de seguriaid.


y el Lie. Humberto Ricord. '
Seg n inform6 un vocero del
Fren e Patri6tico, la comlsln
egipuso sus puntos de vista, lee
cuales fueron escuchedos ort
Preo4ente Arosemena y el My
sor Wifi de la Presidemnela,
lcIJrdo J. Alfaro.
Interrogado un alto funcl
narlo de la Presildencea nob Jf,
actIud del Presldent, MB
Republican en este asunto, mmanl
fest6 que el Presidente "habm
declarado que a el no le co-'
rrespondia interpreter los fa-.
llos de los tribunales, sino aea*"
tarlos".


Medlante sistema

quimico se podra

mejorar el cafe

WASHINGTON, agosto 24.
(UP). El Departamento de
Agrlcultura anunci el decq-
brinlento de un nuevo proce-
dimlento quimico mediante el
cull el caif brasileflo de baja
calidad podria igualar al caf6
de tipo superior de Centro A-
mrmica.
El procedimlento es el resul-
tado de cinco afios de investi-
gaciones practitadas por los pe-
ritos de una important corpo-
raci6n privada en Brasil, Haiti
y Costa Rica.
El procedimlento permit la
producci6n de cafe cuya call-
dad podria controlarse cientifl-
camente de acuerdo con las
necesidades del mercado.
Los investigadores llegaron al
convencimiento que el factor
principal que afecta la calidad
del card descascarado es el
tiempo que transcurre entire la
recolecci6n del grano y su des-
hidrataci6n hasta alcanzar un
porcentaje de hunmedad de en-
tre diez y doce por ciento.


Una comisi6n del Partido
Frente Patrl6tico estuvo esta
maflana en la Presidencia de la
Republica con el fin de exponer
al Jefe del Estado sus puntos
de vista aobr el1 alcaaca del
fall (te la .._ ._ lemma de
JuaticlIa en i i6n 0n la Ca-
Is del Seguro Social.
A esta reunion a tsinIeron el
Gerente. del Segurb Social, Lie.
Manuel Soils P., el Lic. Rodrigo
Arosemena, Abogado de la men-
cionada instituci6n. el sefilor
Pedro Galindo, el Lic. Eloy Be-
nedetti, el Ministro de Educa-
ci6n, Ing. Ricardo J. Bermidez'


Los tanques vuelven a salir

a las calls de Teheran por

temor a nuievos desordenes
Esta noche habri una manifestaci6n en conmemq.,,
racidn de los muertos el 15 de Julio '
en otra manifestacion


TEHERAN, agosto 24. (UP).
- Los tanques han vuelto a
aparecer en las calls de Te-
heran, en anticipacion a posi-
bles disturblos en la manifes-
tacldn que se ha de celebrar
esta noche auspiciada por la
"Asoclaclon Nacional Por la Lu-
cha Contra las Compafiias Pe-
troleras Imperialistas en Iran".


La manifestaci6n de esta no-
che se Ilevara a cabo 40 dias
despues de la manifestacldn del
15 de Julio cuando varias per-
sonas resultaron muertas en
choques contra la pollcia el
mismo dia que lleg6 W. Ave
rell Harriman a Iran.
Los iranios tienen la costuni
bre de guardar luto especial 40
dias despues de la muerts d*
una persona.


Sigue aumento en
los precious del
papel de imprenta
COOSA PIANS, Alabama, a-
gosto 24. (SE). La Coosa Rio
ver Newsprint Company anun-
cio un aumento de cinco d6-
lares en el precio de la tont&-
lada de papel de imprenta,'
siendo este el segundo aumento
de este mes. Las notas que a-
nuncian el aumento dan con$*
razon para este el aumento do
los gastos.
NUEVA YORK.. agosto 24.-
(SE). La Great Northern Pa-
per Company, la mayor firm
productora de papel de imprep-
ta de los Estados Unidos, at-
ment6 sus precious en diez do-
lares la tonelada a partir dH
primero de septiembre pr6xilMt


El domingo session

los farmaceutios c
El domingo 26 de los corr4.mo
tes. a las diez de la mafanga
sesionara la Asoclacion Naciael
nal de FarmacutLicos en el
tituto Nacional. Sera dtacu
el Provecto de Reglamen
de la Farmacla. Se les pidV i
los farmaciutcos que
con la copla del proyeeto i
las obeservaclones quo
creido convenlentes, par
rrar Uempao. .


". ,L-; .-1 -


El President mantiene el criterio

de que al Ejecutivo no le incum e

interpreter falios sino acatarlos
Comisi6n del Frente Patri6tico expuso al Presides
te y al Dr. Alfaro su criterio


SLinea de Seguridad ?


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t m Air El Consejo Intame no.Cultal asan os
sAM I omil Por GUILLERMO NANNETTI
WHITESBURG, Kentucky, a-
A. I gosto 24. iUBi. Sam Sexton y
M HAnMOIO AeIAs. DyiCTOA, efSLar..ta e, deck1ieron 'que
&;tC oRLEl proximo alez de septiem- -ar las situaclones v las solu- _artlaKel, decileron que
O ,T o n LAbre se reunlia por primera vez,. clones; se van a determinar las Ise^ copr an Y eron &
i ATonA ANAMA AMERIcA. e. A. en la Ciudad de Mexico. el forms efectivas de cooperacl6n juez paz que cara. Tan-
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Amerl#a tlene un honroso clbirlh el estimulo de las otras y. quia" .:.-
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LA IDEA DE REORGANIZAR EL BANCO ias rlaciones cuJtrales nde suserv cio permanent de Infor- efecto no era I primer ve
pueblos. La Era...Colonial y el macion sobre la situation de que la pareja entraba alli. Sus
GRPEC AR Siglo XIX contemplaron inter- las distintas naclones ante el cuatro matrimonios anterlores
..AGROPEUAI. cambtos. fecundos entire los in- problema del analfabetismo so, e habiln dsuelto par divor-
telectules del mundo iuevo. re Jos medios" empleados y los cil. El JueI comprendl6. Dos
En torn al funcionamiento del Banco Aro-rolla e sistea ner- de la pareja de agricultores ha-
pecuario e lnustrial la comunidad panamena se americano y las primeras con- I a cooperaclon interamerica- bian sido oficlados por 1 mis-
ferencias continentales plan- na se hace cada vez m.s in- Mo.
ha manifestado en varias oportunidades en el sen- tean el tema de la cooperaci6n tensa y mas practice. La Edi- Los Sexton se casaron por
tido de que esta institucion no presta todos los be- cultural. Esa tradition, afir-~o r i Pa namercana de Edu- primer vez en- 1912. Ho tie-
Iaa a economic nacio mada en seculares raices, cul- caclon Fundamental prepare nen 10 hljos casadoo, alredeo
neficios que debiera prestar a la economic nacio- inracin materials de lecture y audio- dor de 50 nletos y numerosos
nal. Y no s6o se ha dicho esto sino que tambii se de n Insti tuto encargado de Visuales;, el Centro Regional do biznietos. Su filtimo divorclo
Sterpretarla, impulsa rla di- Edu c a cio 1n Fundamental de ocurrio hace cuatro meses.
le han formulado cargo en relaci6n a la political vulgarla por todo el ambito a- Pitzcuaro habilita personal pa- Sin embargo, Sam comenzo
que, en algunos casos, ha adoptado la menciona- mericano. zaci6n; las Escuelas Normales to como rte ls once a Martha dan pron-
da entidad. En el canje de experlenclas, Rurales Interamericanas for- vorcio.
en a integracn cultural yen .maran equipos de "maestros de Y vieron por qulnta vez al
Como consecuencia de lo dicho muchas veces la promocion de los esfuerzos maestros rurales";nlos Semina- uez de paz!
se ha pensado en la necesidad de reorganizar el Ban- americano cules, etural Consejo nterama scada nteramericanos contact n
co a base de un plan debidamente estudiado a la do a realizar fertil labor para tre los educadores de America.
luz de la tcnica y de la realidad panamefia. Qu-i el progress de las Americas. Todo esto culmina ahora en
S de la tnica y de la reaEn el program de trabaio la reunion de Mexico que ten- .ihaseos con sel rereidlio euero. tio i
zis esta idea se ha arraigado mas despuis de la del Consejo figure, en lugar drl r esonancias americanas, 2ehUrad de utglioe 3 duo&Sr ade Una
destacado, la campafla contra porque el Consejo Interameri- Ruam o agus de coiloans y ue eajta do
Conferencia dictada hace poco tiemp por el Vice- el analfabetismo y por la edu- cano Cultural es un acto de Compuesto do Barbo. Compre *go* in.
President del Chase National Bank, Sr. Eduardo cacion universal. conciencia continental y expre- gredente s enI&ea botleOn r serl Cjneea
sin altisima de la solidaridad botells 7 diaelios are tflir on# ao a.
Healy Jr., en la cual el destacado financista hace No podia ser de otra suerte. entre las naciones de Amdrica. I 'oisate d Earb"o.
tin interesante studio acerca de lo que deberia ser en un continent que tiene 70i
.. .. -.... vial V. .. .. m illones de analfabetos y _, 19, A


el Banco Agropecuario en nuestro pais. uomu se millones de nifios sin escuelas ,
recuerda, la Conferencia del Sr. Healy fue objeto l C nur sejodeIntramericano
de muchos y elogiosos comentarios de parte de la continental, sustent ado por
prensa y de algunos apreciables elements de la co- campafias nacionales, p a ra
erradicar el analfabetismo y
munidad. realizar la educaci6n universal,
dentro de periods determina-:
Sin entrar en complejos detalles basta leer los dos, en cada caso., de acuerdop
con las circunstancias de las
concepts emitidos por el financista mencionado pa- distintas naciones de Am rical.
ra comprender el por que del funcionamiento defec- De este punt de vista, I
tuoso del Agropecuario y la necesidad de estructu- reunion del Consejo Interame-
rarlo nuevamente con una mentalidad mas l6gica y nificado hst6rico en la evolu-
mis c6nsona con los problems que confront la eco- cidn de los pueblos americanos.
nomia panamefia. Recuirdese que en esa conferen- mrica va a encarar con rea
lismo, el problema de las gran-
cia se dijo que las multiples atribuciones que ac- des masas iletradas. Sobre ba-I
tualmente le sefiala la ley a este Banco son, a veces, ses estadisticas se van a precl-
incompatibles entire si, lo cual, a no dudarlo, esta
revelando una gran anomalia que dificulta la labor Estafaron a Malca
de la instituci6n. COn 500 balboas
Seria muy convenient que los altos funciona-
rios del gobierno piensen en la urgencia de reme- El Fiscal Primero del Circul-
Banco Agrrop- to, Licenciado Alejandro Cajar,
diar los defects de que adolece el Banco Agrope- o L edndo el enjuiciarient
cuario, los cuales no radican nteramente en las ca-; criminal del Sr. Irving Wright,
pacidades de las personas que4i igken esta entidad panameno cde '0 ao resi-:
noeni m a e [ Ded ue- dented en Calle 28 Este No. 1,
sino en su mitnia e~itructoursar f. Desde lue- acusado del delito de estafa en
go, o1gico es q(p- sea im`osib r izar el Ban- perjulcia del seflor Isaac Mal-
o, ,,. .. ca..
co de unw' ,ianera improf1sa, ptts ello no solu-' De acuerdo con la denuncla
Sarpresentada por el senor Isaac
Clonaria elproble tal lo agravaria. Malca, se acusa al senior Irving i
Wright de aproplarse 500 bal-'
Lo que seria prudent es nombrar una comi- boas que le fueron entregados
si6n integrada por el menor nuimero possible de per- por el senior Malca para que
os depositara en el National
senas capaces para que estudien un plan de reor- city Bank.
ganizaci6n y lo sometan al criterio del gobierno Como hemos informado. el
Fiscal encargado de la inves-
para que este lo adopted conmo proyecto de ley para tigacion estima que hay m6-
ser presentado a la consideraci6n de la Asamblea rito suicentedienelas enjsuia-
Nacional. Se ha dicho que Ia comisi6n esta comn- miento del senior Wright.
puc-ta por el menor nuimero possible de personas
ca' 1.'s en la material porque la experiencia nos
denuestra que, cuando la cantidad de miembros es B U E
muv alta, se dificultan las labores de cualquier co- sEd. u l e. .t
mission. Por otra part, seria necesario que esta : i ?.ounc;ofOn .'ot.,ei
ejomisi6n solamente estudiara este problema y que, de B-ker. Ardor uretra;dolore do
asimismo, tuviera un termino prudencial para ela- "", no er cliare. y I'eantarbe io
eborar el plan aludido. a i ( el de ]as cPdoras:
borar el plan aludido. oDekrpsJs 1jrg,4&


CONCURSO DE PRECIOUS


La Inspecci6n Provincial de Educaci6n de Pana-
ma hasta el Sabado 25 del present a las 10 a.m. re-
cibira propuestas para el suministro de:


500 resmas de papel mime6grafo, tamatio 81 X
13" marca "Mimeo-Bond" o similares.
100 resmas de papel de Oficio con rayas, tama-
io 8, X 13".
Sera requisite indispensable que la entrega sea
inmediata.
PodrAn hacerse propuestas totales o parciales y
deberA acompariarse muestra del papel que so ofrece.
Panama, Agosto 22 de 1951.
Roberto Nditez E.
Inspector Prov. de Educaci6n.


ROYAL


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3:45 Cuarteto Mayo
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4:00 Nottelero
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Pereira
4:15 Dedlcatorias
5:15 Carnaval de Ritmos
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Boza
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire .
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6:15 Sucesom de la Humanidad
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86:30 La Novela Admiral
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Cort. de la 'Casa Sparton'
6:45 Dracula, El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacl6n, cortesia
de Autos "Omphroy"
7:00 Lucho Ascirraga
y su 6rgano
cortesia del Ron
Carta Vieja
7:15 La Novela Camel
Lazos de Odio
dramatizaci6n, cortesia de
Cigarrillos Camel
7:30. Fginas do Amor
dramatizaci6n, cortesia de
El Aguila Imperial
7:45 La Voz Emoclonal
de Betty Williamson
cortesia de Rhoda
8:00 El Diarlo de una Mujer
dramatizacl6n, cortesia de
almacenes La Aurora
8'15 En Vos BaJa
con Anita Villalaz
cortesia de la Muebleria
La Europea.
8:30 Variedades. musicales
9:00 Mujeres entire Rejas
dramatizaci6n cortesia de
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9:15 Los Trovadores
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duo Galante
9:30 El Hit Musical de Hoy


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. 6.95
. 5.50


" 4.04(
3.49


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ESPECIAL


GUAVABERAS de Hombres antes 3.75 Ahora 1.49
GUAYABERAS de Hombres antes 4.00 Ahora 1.99


Vestidos de Baiio B.V.D.. antes 3.49 Ahora 1.95
CAMISAS FINAS . . antes 3,49 Ahora 1.75


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NUESTRA VEN A SPECIAL


ES ALGO ASOMBROSO... COMENZANDO MANANA 25 SABADO!


.PA RASERORAS

MEDIAS NYLON ................... 0.75
Medias Nylon Extra ..................... 1.29
PANTtES NYLON 100% EXTRA ....... 1.191
Panties de algod6n finos................ 0.50
Panties do Jersey ..... .. ... 0.57
PANTIES KAYSER ..................... 0.75
Peticotes do cintura negros ..... ...... 0.95
PETICOTES CINTURA COLORS ......... 0.95
"Peficotes cintura Extnr ................. 1.19
CAMISONES SEDA FRIA ................ 1.75
Camisones extra finos ................. 1.95
Camisones.floreados ................... 2.95
Brassieres ran surtido desde ............. 0.95
FAJAS ELASTICAS ................... 0.951


ROPA SPORT
Blusas de seda ........... ............... 1.39
Blusas algodon ,finas .................. 2.8
CAMISAS POLO DESDE ................. 1.9"
PLAY SUITS .............. ........... 1.95
Play Suits Jantzen ..................... 4.95
Pedal Pusher 2.79
PedalPusher ........................... 2.79
FALDAS DE ALGODON DESDE ........... 1.79
Faldas extra finas ,....................... 5.45


LOTE No. 1...............
to No. 2 ..............
No. 3 ...............


d6n entre-casa ..............
GRAN.{YAR AiP dod a..


U
*


au S SE E ..... ...... ..
Parogu s .............................


2.95
4.951
6.95
6.91


6.95
2.95


0.75
3.29


ARTICULOS PARA NINAS


PANTIES ALQDON TALLAS DEL 2 AL 8 0.19


PANTIES NIRA ENSEDA'ZaI 14..........
Corteras nilias ......... ..........
VESTIDOS NIAAS LOTE No. 1 ............
Nd. 2 .............
No. 3 ..... .......
" No. 4 .........
No. 5 .........
No. 6 ...........


0.25
0.50
0.75
0.95
1.19
1.39
1.59
1.98


Camisones ia O.........
Vestidos do bafio .......
Medios nias de ......


2.79
2.29
0.39


PETICOTES PARA NIAAS DESIE ...... 0.99


DEPARTAMENTO DE HOMBRES


IPAUELOS ILANCOS .............2 x 0.251
CAMISAS SPORT EXTRA ................ 1.99
Camisetos interiores .................... 0.48
PANTALONES KAKI .................... 3.98
MEDIAS NYLON .................... 0.591
Pantalones diablo fuerte ................. 2.95
CALZONCILLOS EN BLANCO ........... 0.68
Calzoncillos en color .................... 0.68
Camisas ARROW ....................... 3.69
Pijamas extra finas ........... .. ...... 2.59
Pantalones blancos ...................... 2.68
MEDIAS DESDE ........................ 0.19
Brochas para oafeitar .................... 0.99
| ENCENDEDORES SUIZOS ............. 0.951


Billeteras desde ...................... .
Camisos azules de trabajo ................
Estilogr6ficas ..........................
Estilograficas extra finas ...............


0.69
1.98
0.75
1.75


ARTICULOS BLANCOS PARA LA CASA

ISABANAS BLANCAS SEMI-HILO 54 x 90 2.191
S banas Cannon ..................72x 99 3.19
S6ban:s Cannon ............... 81 x 99 3.49
S6banas en color grandes ................ 3.95
^ijn i------ .'. 'ii -- - ---


_ I7)bAS BLANCAS .................. 0.501


Funds blancas Cannon ................ 0.84
Funds en color ........................ 0.84
SSOBRECAMAS LECHUGUILLA ........ 1.99
Sobrecamas extra finas algod6n .......... 3.99
DELANTALES PLASTICOS ............... 0.29
Manteles pl6sticos .............. 54 x 54 0.50
Manteles pl6sticos .......... 54 x 72 1.09
1 TOALLAS FINAS ................... 0.331


Toallas blancas grandes .................
Toallas extra en color ...................
LIMPIONES SEMI-HILO .................
Carpeta para mesa yda. ..................


0.79
0.99
0.34
0.75


Carpeta para estantes yda. ..............
COJINES PLASTICOS PARA SILLAS ......
Pantallas ....... . .... . ..............
Cortinas para ventana ...................


0.15
1.19
0.79
2.59


ALFOMBRAS BARO CON TAPA ....... 2.89



ARTICULOS DE BABY


SPARALES EN CAJAS del doc. ....... 3.95


Mamelucos ............................
Montas algod6n duklce ...................
Colchonetas cuno .....................
Camitas con resort ....................
Abrigos baby .........................
ZAPATOSBAIY DESDE ..............
Sobrecamas baby .................... . .


0.99
0.69
4.85
29.50
2.79
0.99
3.45


IALMOHADAS SEDA .................. .95
Colchones corral ........................ 3.95
Mantas extra finas .............. ...... 0.95
BABEROS BORDADOS ................ 0.95


Servilleteros bordodos ....................
Juegos bordados .........................


0.95
1.25


ARTICULOS PARA NINOS


CAMISAS NIOS FINAS ................
CAMISAS POLO .......................
Camisas polo extra finas .................
Pantalones blancos largos EXTRA .........


1.24
0.59
0.99
1.50


PANTALONES EN FANTASIA CORTOS
EXTRA .......................... 0.59
3 cuadernos ......................... 0.10
Juegos de Base Ball .................... 1.85
Guantes de Base Ball .................... 1.79
Vestidos de baeo ....................... 1.59
Sweaters niio lana ..................... 2.25
Pijamas muy finas ...................... 2.45
CALZONCILLOS .................... 0.41
Camisetas ................ ... ... 0.49
Medias desde .......................0.33
Mamelucos .......... . ............. 1.45
JACKETS MUY FINOS ............... 1.98
Patines Extra .................. ...... 2.38
Paraguas .............................. 2.85
Capotes .......................... 1.98

PANTALONES LANILLA EXTRA ....... 1.39


PARA EL HOGAR Y COCINA

VASOS DECORADOS 9 ONZAS................ 0.08a


Vnsos para licor ...............................
( Vasos para cerveza .............................
Vasos para jugos ................................
COPAS PARA HELADOS .........................
Azucareras de vidrio ............................
Batidores con recipiente ...........................
Exprimidores con recipient .....................


0.09
0.19
0.09
0.12
0.25
0.99
0.35


JUEGOS CON 6 VASOS ...................... 1,19


Botellas para refrigeradora ......................
Jarras para agua ..........................desde
Saleros de vidrio con tapa ....................desde
Frascos de vidrio con tapa ................... desde
EXPRIMIDORES DE NARANJA ....................'.
Copas finas crystal desde .................... ..
Sortenes vidrio para hornear ......................


0.22
0.32
0.09
0.15
0.19
0.39
0.99


Gran Variadc6n de Articulos de Vidrio


PYREX


PLATOS LLANOS Y HONDOS ................ 2 x 0.35
S PLATOS BLANCOS HONDOS ................. 2 x 0.35
) TAZAS CON PLATOS COLOR .................. 0.15
JUEGOS DE LUNCHEON 32 PIEZAS ........... 4.391
Vajillas inglesas ........................... .... 39.50
JUEGOS CAFE 15 PIZZAS 6 PERSONAS .......... 2.49

SENT_ AL CONTADO


Articulos Aluminio

JUEGOS DE 10 OLLAS ........................ 9.95
Juege de ollas con topa 10 tomanos ............... 9.95
BANDEJASALUMINIO ....................0.75 0.35
Azucareras ............................ 0.47 y 0.54
SARTENES ....................... 1.19. 0.85 y 0


Tachos .................. ...... 1.95 1.49 y
Jarras ............... ........... 2.49 1.79 y
Soperas .............................. ........
Cucharones ............. . ..... .......0.29 y
COLADORES, RALLOS Y EMBUDOS ...............
Plates aluminio .............................. ..
Gdrrafones ....................... 1.19-0.99 y


1.39
1.39
2.49
0.19
0.19
0.19
0.85


I PORTAVIANDAS .................2.98 2.48 y 1.98
Cubos para hacer helados ....................... 5.50
Exprimidores mec6nicos .......................... 5.29
Aparatos picar hielo ....... ..................... 4.79
Juegos cubierto con estuche en plateado ............ 7.95
*| MANGUERAS PLASTICAS EN COLOR .......... 4.95
POTES PARA FLORES DESDE ..................... 0.19
Cepilffos de lavar ................................. 0.17
Cepillos para vegetables ......................... 0.35
Tostadoras para pan ........................ :. 5.99
Collares para perros, desde ...................... 0.35
TRAPEADORES 8 ONZAS ....................... 0.49
C,.,L .. .... 012


CATRES DE CAMPARA FINOS ................
CATRES DE CAMPARA EXTRA ..................
Articulos de Hierro Galvanizado


5.49
5.95


m a


CUBOS DESDE .............. ..............
*- i


C ubiletes ......................................
BALDES DESDE ............................
Tinacos grandes ................................
- Baldes chicos ...................................


0.69
0.49
1.65
4.19
1.19


I RALLOS DE LAVAR EXTRA ..................0.75
TABLAS DE PLANCHAR MADERA ................ 3.98
Tables de planchar en metal ..................... 9.99
Planchas elictricas ................ ........... .. 5.19
CUBIERTAS PARA TABLA PLANCHAR ............ 1.79
Alfombras caucho piso .......................... 1.69
Secadores de ropa .............................. 2.15
Orquillas para tender ropa ...................doc. 0.06
Articulos Plasticos
PLATOS PLASTICOS .......................... 0.17
Botellas, Jarritas, Servilleteros, Mantequilleras, Cock-
teleras, Bandejas, Esquineras, Saleros, Jarras, etc.,
desde .................................... 0.17
CORTINAS PARA BAO ...................... 1.95
Departamento Zapatos Senora
ZAPATOS 1295a 18.95 HOY ................. 1.95


" ,c ros sopo ................................. 12 Z P.S
Tenedores ................................ 0.12 ZAPATILLAS SEDA .. ................0.79
Cuchillo ............ ................. 0.25 ZAPATOS SPORT NUEVOS .................... 2.95
Cucharitascaf........................ .......0.09 OJO!! EXTRA!! Alfombras Tropicales
ESCOBAS INNOVACION .................... 0.72 ALFOMBRAS ESPARTO ESPAOLAS
SARDINAS EN ACEITE OLIVA ................... 0.20 TAMAFOS GRANDES .............. desde 6.95

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Requerimiento de Vitamina "A"


La capacidad del organlsn.o
pars almacenar la vitamin A
en cantidades suflcientes para
satisfacer sus necesidades nu-
tricionaleo, durante considtra-
bles periods de tiempo ea mnuy
important para la salud y bie-
nestar del individuo en todAs
sus edades.
Sin embargo los requerimien-
tos minimos de un adulto se ba-
san generalmente en el consu-
rmo diario de Vitamina A nece-
taria para mantener una adaP-
taci6n visual que se esime
normal.
Las cantidades do Vitamina A
4e expresan usualmente en Unl-
dades Internaelonales; determl-
nandose la actividad de Vita-
mina A por medio del creci-
miniento de las ratas.
Las cantidades que recomien-
da el Comitd de Nutricion de


Estados Unidos son muc'ho mis
altas que lax cantidades Lue
verdaderamente necesita el or-
ganlsmo para prevenir cualquier
sintoma de deficiencia. Para un
adulto la cantidad es de 5.000
unldades Intemrnacionales de VI-
'amina A diarioe.
No se han medido los reque-
rimdentos de Vitamnlna drante
e; embarazo y la lactancia pe-
ro para asegurar la salud del
lifante, las cantidades que se
recomiendan son de 6.000 Uni-
dades Internacionales durante
el embarazo y 8.000 durante la
lactancia.


Se tendri en cuenta que estas
cantidades deben ser elevada$
cuando por ciertas condiciones
anormales del organtimo se a-
fecta la absorct6n de la Vitami-
na A y carotene.


.- CRICIGRAMA


.ORIZONTALES:
1-Flo. del cafe.
7-Doctores de la ley entire
los moros.
13-Capital de Grecia.
14-Que tiene fama.
3 -Astento en los teatros.
16-Desagiies de las embarca-
clones.
17-Aferesis de ahora.
1--Fruta tropical.
19-Ingiero allmentos.
21-Repeticl6n de sonido.
22-Hijo de Adan.
S6-Linea que une dos centres.
1'7-Plantigrados.
28-Nombre de mujer.
9--Nombre de var6n.
81-Que carecen de acento. ,
92-Arbol parecido a la acacia.
33-Partido Unitario Uruguayo,
Inic.
34--Quiera, Inv.
35-Lisa.
3 -Preposiclon.
37-Letra castellana, P1.
38-Elemento de la atm6sfera.
40-Adverbio de modo.
41-Vestiduras sacerdotales.
44-Amilanar.
47-Extraela.
48-Pone tampones.


CuldeMiu Ro*-o- t
Melaea i)
Creme oxcelente o-
ome boe ontes do
o~lmpolvane lv Dora


la flmpiza de eto
cara. Usada do nache, restaura
I tersura y la belloza notratoles
del cutis. (alma y olivia las
SIrritciones levels. Pru6bola
hoy ... cueeta poco.





lumam pare *1, 'ara (1 y'pra *I
nIe M... Fare 01 tc#da r y eI aoipfquin


49-Plantas de flores rojas.
50-Hostigas.
VERTICALES:
1--Oxido de calcio.
2-Isla del Pacifico.
3-Ser u objeto normal.
4-Nombre de mes.
5-Abuelo.
6-Se atreve.
7-Orondo.
8-Costado.
9-Brotado, surgido.
10-Mdlecula, Abv.
11-Agarradera.
12-Peticion de auxilio.
18-Arbol leguminoso.
19--Engprdar animals.
20--Ma~cha livida bajo los-
ojos.
21-Demostrativo.
23-Beneficlosos.
24-Estado de la antigiiedad.
25-Flojos, sueltas.
27-Autillo.
28-Igual al 2 vertical.
30-Dar cualidad de iman.
31-Todavia.
33-Coloca.
36-Objetos.
37-C61lebre fabulista griego.
39-Dios de los vientos.
40-Abrigo sin mangas.
41-Cocina en seco.
42-Adverbio de cantidad.
43-Departamento del Peru.
44-Amarfa.
45-Nombre de mujer.
48-Igualdad de nivel.
SOLUTION DB AYER


Una estricta vigilancia sobre el


Fomento Agricola se ha pedido


Celebr6 sesi6n el Interesantes recomendaciones Contian labrando

Club de Leones en guadulce para
hateal aonemador de Herrera co.nstuir, eu ceo


de Bocos del Toro


CHANoV;QLA. Agosto 24 -
(Por Corresponsal) --Los miem-
bros del Club de Leones de la
Provincia de Bocas del Toro
tuvieron anochc una concentra-
cl.r en esta localload, la cual
estt.vo muy concurrida y ant-
mada. El Presiden.e del Club,
sedor Jo6e Herrera 0., fue ei
in:clador del ac o leonistlcj y
(un la asistencla o(el ex-Pra..-
dente nmediato sefor Arcello
Fitzgerald y de los aefiores Pa54
cual Paladino y Alfonso M. Cdo-
dova, dinamicos miembros d&
la Mesa Directiva, lograron el
mayor de los (xitos "para la
r.;i,,on. Fs.tuvice:, npresentes
adEmas de los Leones, nume-
sMood invitados d. esta coniu-
nicad quien.es firniaon las so-
licitudesu ingresc a la mencio-
r ada instituciuni.
En el comcdur del es ible-
c. intoo come:ciam T eon &L Chen
Cia. Ltda., sc sL:\!6 una comi-
da con exquwii0v menu, durctl.
te la cual se departio anima-
da y cordialmente. A la hora
del cafe, el Presidente Herre-
ra ,.aludo en nombre del Club
a !be huispedea y desip!.o al
!edn Fk7gerald para q'e d.-
.-tia SC~le tgflir'n t'*na dj
oe~r*l, tarei que reallz6d e. s-
co'stldo con la br:llantez de ex..
preioun q,: ;e. es pe':.liar.
Oaios leonis que hicieron licc
de 'a palabra luerun los isno-
"'c Ja! 'P. ancfez. Pa:c'jcal
Faladino. Alfonso M. C6r'iova y
Abraham Aburi Balid. Los vi'. ,
tantes que iablaron f.uer,'i lo.
sefiores Felipe Mena, Federico
Contreras y Teofllo Alvaracuo.
Para clausurar el acto el Prc-
sidente Herrera anunci6 para
cercana fecha otra concertra-
clon leonistlca en el puerto de
A'mirn'ante. :I i ub de Lc. "s s
c'> Bocas dei Tntr) asi g'ltato,
h- de convertirse r.n no lejano
dia, en una tL.nado de hrom,'es
'.c ouena Vjluntad., capaces de
realizar una i1O o' social q.:e
a,u;iente su yi igauado pres.
,f .


I ,ea "El 4vio Oportunu"




CO NC

PREMIO:

CIEN BA
Abattoir Nacional, S. A. a
la marca de fAbrica y el lem
y anunciar sus product.,, a i
cinos, mantecas, abonos y de
Industrial.
El lema no debera tener
espafiol, de facil retenci6n. A
marca de fabrica como el lei
confundibles con otros en uso
Los proyectos deberan se
Apartado 714, Panama, o a las
Calle 15 Este No. 2 altos, a n
proximo.
La Junta Directiva de la
7 del mismo mes de Septiembr
juideo meresca el premio. tra
propiedad de la empresa, y pe
Jos presentados si en su conce
requeridas. El concursante ft
satisfactoriamente.
PanamA, 21 de Agosto de


S


AGUADULCE, Agosto 24 (Co-
rresponal) Durante la Junta
Dominical del 19 do los corritn-
tea ao llen6 la ltima fundaci6n
del primer rilo de AguadulceP
nada entorpece la march l o.iz
de esta obra colocada por so
valos intrinseco muy por eisi-
ma de las contingencias propias
del genero huniano.
Materiales estAn llegando y es
favorable la opnl6n de los in-
A-* - ^' ^ _- DWi^bt IE-k .


I LO QWE otSUCwii


Per J. A. CAA

LON DIKtmOe
Y como de eostumbre hubo
discursos, pero con el gran in0
de que .mta com.f.. ron ai-
puV de I ecomlda. 1 hublerea
sido antes nadle habria eai-
chado. Duff habl6 serenameatI
con clerto tacto. Enunci6 las un-
cesidades primordiales de Boeal
del Toro y abog6 par uns ma-
yor atonel6.L
V a r a la inm.dlatamente Ie
lini6 ls bola al Mntstro Ordd-
iez, quien en uso de la palabrl,
comenz6 un discurso aencillo y
lueo eonfrmea't iba entua1i-
inando oubla el dtapas6o, hast!
Ja de lo que .& trataria en ls
reunion de Oobernadores y con-
cluy6 dielendo que "en esa poc-
vincia donde Imperaba el cacd-
qulsmo, done el voto era. un
mirto, asrian lsa buas para un
toroio Motoral piVito. Cuab.do
el Mat ie estuslamaba liablar.-
dp de oIM caclaues algulen co-
nient6, sAt estuvlera po aqui
Ouiloermito Jurado no le habria
gustado eso.
Qoe va dijo otro, no ves aqui
a uno de enos caciques politicos
y satian encantadoi?
Luego so habl6 do otrasi cosa
y Manolo, quo, a habia cover.
Udo en maestro do. orqmuouias
le pas6 la guitarra a Norborto
quien eataba deseoso de habiar.


g entr& Ie uror ruuw e la cons- onas afectadas por el boclo.
cuanto al progreso de 1a cons-
trucci6n. El seflor Contralor de 3o. Intenuificar I& perdart-
la RepUiblica tiene la palabra en ci6nG de poses en todol los caroe-
cuanto a la ofectividad la re- rios herreranos y evitar que Gii-
quisici6n 812 sobre materiales chose poosr sean perforados en
para.Agaduce. predlop.particulares de caelquoe
araAguadulce. politicos.
4o. Interesar al Minaisterio de
alguna emoci6n social. Educacl6n en una campafta por
Urge, seftor Oobernador, 4ue part do lo maestros a fin de:
iniciemos una campafta ten- a-* Generalisar el uso de
diente a: mosquiteros (Iu proplas macs-
lo. Conseguir que el radio de trash podrian enseoar a las ma-
accion de las unidades sanita- dress campesinos a confecolo-
rias se extienda hasta los nimas narlos);
remotos caserios de Herrona, b-. Intensifilcar *I uso del
medianto la organizaci6n de uri- calzado y del cepillo de dientes;
gadas m6viles, que no s6lo ile- c-. Enaeflar practicamente
ven a cabo una labor preventiva principio plementales do Die-
sino curstiva. t6tica; tendientes a ensefiar al
2o.. Oestionar ante -el Mi-is- campesino a hacker inejor uso
terio de Previsi6n Social y el de de los products de la tierra, de
Agriculture y Comerc0o la dis- la caza y de la pesca y prActica
tribucidn de 8al Yodada en lu d.t cocina' correapondlente.


EL


la sociedad Chitre en march
-0-~
En upn memorandum quo ha necesaria y de dar a conocer sus
dirigido al Gobernador de la desviaciones al Jefe del EsL..do
Provindia, don Manuel Varela y, *i fuere necesarlo, at pueolo,
Jr., la Socledad Chitr6 en mnr- mor nedio de ls, Pronsa y la
cha expone los siguientes plun- radio.
tog en material africola: 2o- Gesti6n direct ante el
AGRICULTURAl Ministerlo de Agricultura, por
Setrechamente vinculado al parte d. Ia Pobernacl6, a fin
problem grarto, esta el pro- de conseguir que el omcnto
blema agricola de nuestra fPro- beneflcle miss ca mpaino, al
vincla. Nuestros arcalcos. miEtJ pequefio .labriego que necesita
dos de cultivo, mai atraaaaos ayuda t4enica y VpecAnica, para
que los de la era fara6ni'ct; ue Lhejorst no sold sus cosechas,
r.o s61o0 encarecen el cost 00 las xino sus crias y sus mitodos cde
cosedhas, sino que han l1ewado cultivo. Podrian lucharse inclu-
la daforestacid6n a la Provin'-a, so en el sentido. de que el esca-
con su terrible secuela de sequins so equipo del Fomento no ptes-
y la destrucci6n de la riquea te servclosn a personas que ocu-
del suelo, asi como el 'Kgota- pen posicones oficlales tales co-
wiento de las fuentes de agua. uo diputaciones, ministerlos, se-
superflcial, estan aumentando cretarias de satoa, gobernaclo-
la miseria a que la falta deL c- nes, etc. d *que por su posIlclon
rras ha conducido al hombre del economic y la -gran extension
campo, Mlentras esto ocurre, de sus cultivos, eatEn en condl-
nuestro Fomento Agricola hasi-: clones de cominprar au propto e-
do mAs blen un instrument e- qulpo. .....
con6mleo y politico de grm01oi,-. 3q. GQstl6. epnc4amlada en el
lea provinciales, que una fuente sentido de que se Inicie cuaM o
de bienestar y de progrelo para antes una campafla educativa
nuestro atrasado labriego que para enseflar al campesino el
practicamente ninguna ventaja uso de los implementos agrico-
saca de el. las do traccldn animal, los iur.i-
Slendo los Gobernadores re- coo que. estn a nu a.luance eco-
presentantes del Presidento 6e nomico.
la Repfiblica en las provincias 40 Gest6dn encaminada a
creemos que en bien de la bue- consegui- .que. el Ministerio c'e
na reputaci6n de la AdminLs- Agricultura ordene la iniciationn
tracidn, la Gobernaci6n de He- de los estudlos de un vasto p.an
rrera podria llevar a cabo la si- de irrigacl6n en zona de nuestra
guiente campafia: provincia en la que se pueda
lo. Vigilancia estrecha del fundar una gran colonia agricx-
funcionamiento del Fomefinto A- la que de cabida a agricultores
gricola y denuncia ante el senor en los distritos de Pese, OoA,
President de la Repfiblica de Santa Maria y Parlta, en las
tcda operation que tienda a cuales podria ensayarse tal pian.
desprestigiar esta institucidn o a Dichas tierras podrian ser ex-
desviarla de su verdsdera fina- propiadaus,. parceladas .y puestas
lidad, o de cualquier intent de al serviclo de agrlcultores pc-
nuestros gamonakes de aprove- bres, con asistencia tecnica y
charse de esta dependencia cun, econ6mica apropiadas. Tendre-
fines de explotaci6n o approve+ mos much gusto en acompa-
chariento personal, como ha o- fiar a usted enx esta geatiln sZ-
,urrido antes. La Sociedad Cth- for Gobernador.
tr6 en Marcha, y -estamos se- C ASISTENCIA MEDICA I
seguros q' las Fed.Herreranas 7 SANIDAD:
Santefia, le ofrecen todo su apo- La reciente Jira Medico Asis-
yo, seefor Gobernador, a fin de tencial llevada a cabo por las
hacer efectiva esta vigilancia Fedesailones Hesreranas y San-
tefia demostr6 que un grau sai-
tor de nuestros campesinos no
Shabia sido visto antes por un
mddico; a pesar de que los In-
terrogados fluctuaban entire ba
25 y los 60 afibs. Thrmbi6n de-
niostr6 que probablemente mis
RB/ 1 IM de 95 por clento de nuestros I s-
B!. 10 0 trlegos sufren de "desnutrlci6n,
anemia, parasitotis intestinal" y
ILBOAS tienen muelas carladas y que
cerca del 80 por ciento tienen
,bre un coneurso para escoger "bocio". Regiones hay en los dis
aa que serviran para proteger tritoB do Lo Pozos, Las Minas,
saber, Jamones, salehlehas,to. Pe Ocu rn las que muy er-
mais propios de oun Matadero ca del 100 por ciento de la po-
blicl6n estA afectada de "boclo'
mis de tres (3) palabras en enfermedad que no s6lo afecta
demas, tanto el disefio de la la salud y al aspect fisico de
mna deberin sor originales, no la persona, sino que produce
o ya registrados. cierta Idiocia en el paciente quec
r enviados con soud6nimo al 10o decalifica para actividadcs
s oficinas de la socledad en la intelectuales y lo hace presa f-
sis tardar el 6 de Septiembre cil de la explotasi6n y el enga-
fio. (Los porcentajes exactos po-
sociedad, en su sesl6n del dia demos sumlnistrarlos a prinsi-
e, escoger el trabajo que a su de 1952, cuando tengamos
b qu. quara lend d los resultados de la Jira deb-
odra rechazar todos los traba- dment tbulados y ls -
epto no reunen las condiciones los ca
avorecido deberi Identlficarse dres terminados). Ante este dc-
solador cuadro, urge una accl6n
Inmediata do parte de nuesLras
1951. utoridades y, en general, de
parte de todos los que sentimos


MANDAMIENTO


r Norbrto du e, 1 ores Jal
**l*M*o* qalero owlgy gp4
to el eport .e o a
t Nw Epo delo e n an i9 a w
caN go encontraman a las ei
en, 6n de Ia paucna caha .gk
del a edifl qua e aem I
"a I d iua gbernattal, da*
uk te niM u"n in reaoivw-e
mos d n moment a otio. dCA
torrent i ples. plan, Ah, O
M .u a a-I- To ea envrb udia
Xsbl6n do propulmV dn a chore
A Iast la eass do ancianoa, I*
ro amdari el hospital, doid
le* ofe gobe tientn qie a e
tenim eon un a de rguas ent
cabesa yse I meuaa
chilngo endti e 'lod b r.a c4
toorrencialces. r des m
Bocas. Bah,, earreterita a ml
Dejen ustedes quo abahlel yanr
Fiduclarlo y qu ceo pueda,
sar esa quin lento ail balbdos
a permit' no Jme ri i ontedo e
un tractorsament todo loma a






rrdia her. :
r final epor conry nc deun, u
catoroeto miu4ando aobremn
potbUgidad dequodia ero sail
o. Di al fuinr %$te t b ofernte
cia elo gobernadoreis de o
de Bona a resolve su prole vista
mas, acr pcando b na de cuan
partidato dije la ro ncia.








Brpolltancoe compodr Fat, h mi
c problema de, PRI a 'I, yuda e
pagar aa os ceduliuauie4-
nes habian vp at 4uuldoo 40
pGobernador Benjambin, di u tv
Oullbermito Jomdbb APervandp
cuidadosam, pnte tod pudo al
decia y nada de lo qus del tor.
pentonqu en ando N srberto, preo
dia hacer.
Al final deio:a conHIeren, uct
bmnquete. Aq pa llota futrement
do; tortuga 5M da, peuro SAO.
do, much enalada, y otroas pld
tos. La emite eostaba oncantadn
y el Fat, comiao d co'tumbr:
peincado do 1irme en lax bain+
dejas. .
Remo ZappI, tomn 1*o como f
talo, dijo que oeri tonvenlefte
t que o Io gobernaotres deo o
tram provinces atodaran a a4
de ocas -a resolved aus problem*
mas, sacrificando aiguna de la.
partidas de ]a proytncia.
Brillante como !Ll Fat, hp*
una. Ter6nica mAag 1 y puso
C! problema do PRI t C I, y el
Gobernador Benjamin, di6 uinot
quite., pero no pudo salir ^
entire los cuernos del toro. Ft\'
entonces cuando Norberto, precto
cupadi.Inio dujo: OHIMero, casd
mete. Ia pata.
Luego vino el b"i de o'talw'
donde lonochotns las dotes
ex-boxeador Panay, quien reo6
B1Ult6 un magnifico cahtantt.
eopeclalluta en "It mdcura", qu6
Ie avent6 R lot bilalUa.I conm*
sesenta vieoa eni a noche.
Pero In n-trlL-^*J


y tolerantes, no deolan nad
Pero el voluminoso Pat, a quiet
parecia que le comenzsaba *
brincar la tortuga, dio io d4
pronto:
-No hay quien le ponga ua
bosal?
I [ . *


(AL BUEN ENTENDEDOR.....POCAS PALABRAS.....)


ARTICULOS


DINERO


EL COSTO DE LA VIDA!


PASTA DE DIENTES "GRAVI"
Chica 6c. Med. 12c. Grande 25c.


SALSA PICANTE


13c.


MOSTAZA .......... .. .19c.


PETICOTES PARA DAMAS
Finos, desde . . . . . . .. .


1.99


PAPEL HIGIENICO
Fino a 8c ......... . .. 2x 15c.


ACEITUNAS ................

ALCAPARRAS ...............


24c.

25c.


ARROZ 12c. ........ CEBOLLA 8e.


AZUCAR ..


MANTEQUILLA de
Otres 75c. ........


Nueva Zdeadia
.. Nosotros 70c.


GARBANZOS ............ 19c.

PRUOLES con Puerco ....... a 6c.


GANGA !
LARGA VISTA muy


GANGA!
buenos ... a 39c.


PANTALONES PARA HOMBRES
a 1.99 2.79 y 4.25


LQUIDO DE MUEBLES


Grande ...... ....... .. 25c.


PARA DAMAS MEDIA NYLON
Otroi 1.95 .......... Nomotros 1,43


MULTIPLIQUE SU DINERO Y DEDUZCA SUS GASTOS, COMPRANDO EN EL "8


9,


de la Ley'de Diesreza:



I No Mataras!
'l


AVISO IMPORTANT


Pora powder hacer cambios de importancia que
mejorar6n el servicdo, sera necesario interrumpir
la corriente electric en todos los circuits de
los sectors comprendidos entire, Campo Alegre,
en el 6rea comprendida entire Colle Ricordo
Arias, Calle 52 Este, Via Espoioa y Colle Elvira
Mendez, el S6bado 25 de Agosto de 1951 de 1:00
p.m. a 4:00 p.m.


Compa Aia Paname ia de Fuerza y Luz


Panaia, Agosto 23, 1951
______. ' !


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| i emil kiltktr okgr6

n avion de retro.propulsi6n
ITBT rr uutI at nP),- el reeowd mundla, qu haits
l coronal Fred "Acan. metable- abora detntaba el t:lgl Johi
Saon numei resed mundlal, Douglas Derry, deade el 12 do
Ik m do Uai kUmedl trqO por abril 196Ti8: s8 kll6metro
M e circultl. Cerra dI MW0 metro perot horse. .
il6ea'etroA ds longlud. t in emargo. en un vuelo a
do de un avifn do p l-prueba electuado el viern s por
16n a chorro brjt F-. cani, on preparacln para la
La velocidad al anzada por atrrera areas naclonal, aloanz6
Alcan, de 00 kfJmetr 600 una velocidad aOh mayor, de
Struo por hera, permlti que 1016 kil6metroa 060 metros. Y
o tadoX Unlds reouperaran aunque so crea que eite no ha-

ja nisf pfrttla a /o cOAd&nuro
q ue usien c/eiuen vester .


IUAYABERAS
TRUVAL
TROPICALES
Sy NYLON
en una selects variedad pars los
dlftrentes, gustos en blaneas y
en colored.
Adeft5 .en otros estilos y de las
imejprea3 marcas an plaza gran
IVailedad de

GUAYABERAS
manga corta y larga.

P I J AMAS
mangas y piernas cortas
la expecialidad para
los Tr6picoa
en todos los tamafios.

BATAS
DE BAM O y ENTRECASA
en Soda. Algod6n y
Toalla.

MEDIAS
Surtido complete en Seda,
Algod6n y Nylon.


BAZAR FRAN
HEURTEMATTE Y CIA.


Puaz de Sant Anra


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CES


U. puageba de la eooperaei6n de las democracies ha r-
saltado la manufacteirs de ote oa*6n-tractor, en uvla4'
tuaelonario" aiue as a la v treajporte de personal 4N Ho-
lands. I .
La agyoria de las parties delc oulo son hechas on Ho- .
lauda, I im 1 motor y las I nes son Importade de
l"o ontad. Unidos doe Am6ria balo el Programa do Aslftan-
ls para ila IDefens Mutua. Otsa pleas son hehasa n B61.-
gles, Gran BretaSfa y Alemanls Ocidental.
51 tractor puede transport once soldados completamen-
to eatpados y tonelada y media de munlciones,, pudiendo
reomlear un afi6n de 105 an. Su velocidad varia de uns-
re"nt mllas en carreteras. a. lunce mills por horsa en to-
rro accldentado. Ademas 4d sau tres juegos de ruedas, el
V ulo tone un Juego auxluar de ruedas que normalmente
* estAn levantdas del nivel del terreno, pero que se usan 0uan-
do eamin power terrenos accidentados.


bla ,*sdo un Intent o official de
eatablecer un nuevo record, -aho-
ra se asbe que esta ser.. la
veloCidad que se registrar ofil-
clalmente como una nueva mar-
ca mundial, puesto que hoy las
autorldades militares anuncia-
Mon que se habia tratado do
un intento official.
Ascanti ncesit6 solamente 5
mlnutos 55.8 segundos pars
completar el recorrldo de 100
kil6metros. y declar6 que 1,
velocldad mnaxima que alcanz6
fue de 10$8 kil6metros por ho-
ra, apenas un decimo de ki-
l6metro por hora menos quo
la velocidad del sonido.

Capluran corruplor
do monores on Col6n
COLON, agosto 24-Ayer tr-
de como a las 4.00 p.m. la Po-
licia secret de Col6n capture
a un corruptor de menores be-
fior Rub6n Ortega, panameno
de 19 afios de edad con residen-
cia en Calle SBexta Amador
Guerrero.
Dicho sujeto fu6 sorprendido
desnudo en la casa No 8104
Avenida Justo Arosemena en el
cuarto No. 1 acompafiados de
dos menores. una de 12 y otra
de 16 aiaos. Ortega alega que di-
chas menores ya habian tenido
Wda marital con'e1.


Se Inaugurari hoy
un museo de cera
en la Ave. Peru
Para hoy a las 6.30 de la
tarde esta anunciada la inau-
guracl6n del fanoso M u e o
Qientifico de Cera, admirado
por millones de personas on el
mundo enter por au maravi-
llosa colecci6n de figures de
cera, verdaderas, imagenes vi-
vientes.
Este especticulo que ha sado
autorlzado por la Junta de
Conaura es de un gran valor
educativo y elogiado por law
Autoridades m6dicas. El Museo
de Cera Cientifico se encuentra
altuado en la Avenida Peru
No. 16 de esta cludad. La em-
presa ha acondicionado un lu-
gar para el estaclonamiento de
carros.

Refuta el Ecuador
declaraciones que
formulo6 el Peru
QUITO, Agosto 24 (PU)-
El Minlsterlo de Relaciones Ex-
terlores refut6 las declaraclo-
nes de ayer de la Canllneria
peruana sobre los incident.
fronterizos, reiterando que el
Peru fue el agresOr en los In-
cidentes-de los dfas 9, 10, 11,
12, 13 y 14 de agosto.,
El comunicado official decia:
"En referendca al comunicado
del Gobierno del Perou de 21
de los corrientes, la Cancille-
ria ecuatoriana ase ve en el ca-
so de afirmar nuevamente que
el contenido carece de veraci-
dad.
'Los anteriores comunicados
oficiales del Ministerie de Re-
laciones Exteriores del Ecua-
dor y las declaraciones del Mi-
nisterio de Defensa de ayer re-
futan terminante y enfAtica-
mente la aseveraci6n del Comu-
nicado peruano.
"Es preciso, sin embargo, rel-
terar que los hechos tproduci-
dos en la frontera los dias 9,


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PAGINA CINCO a
vicios al Iran tan Instatlo ,4
mente han sido solicitadoe pw'
Iran. La disputa Kira alrededow.
del servlcio de 2500 expert*
petroleros britanicos.
Gran BretaftLa propuso ho.
una proposicl6n de ocho puntho
para tratar de resolver el pro4-
blema de la crisis anglo-iransa-
del petr6leo tratando de imh
pedir el total romplmlento de.
las negoclaciones.


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experts petroleros ingieses

continman prestando servicios
STEHERAN, agoato 24. (UP)- tendri en iran, parecen para-
Las condiiones balo las cuales llzar el acuerdo en las negocla-
el personal britAnico se man- clones anglo-Iranias.
10. 11 1t, 13 14 de agosta Oran Bretafia ha propuesto
fueron prvoadg porls guar- que los experts petrol ros, an-
hiciones peruanas de la zona tes empleados de la Compalia
de Chinchipe. naclonalizada Anglo-Irania, per-
S' manercan en IrAn. pero como
"En umnto. a Ix supuesta empleados de la Organizaci6n
cammiasa alarmista por part director. BritAnica qde super-
del Ucuador, eu del comun co- vigilara el mercado del petr6-
n, lmnto.' qtue date noexiste leohacla0este. Algunoa su-
ni h" a exsto. Contrarlamen- pervigiladores britnicos se que-
te, la actitud asumida por el darian tamblin en los campos
Gobierqro dl4Ecuador ha sido y las refinerias. Iran Inslste en
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SE NECESITA
Domesticos
SE NECESITA:-Empleoda paro ser-
vicio que duerma en el trobojo.
Ave. Manuel Ycozo No. 18.
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera que duer-
rno en el trobalo. Acudo Ecuador
26.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada, solo re-
cibimos hosta las 6, tarde. Aveni-
do Anc6n,86, opartomento 4.
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera con expe-
riencia, para dormir en el em-
pleo. buen sueldo. Avenido Mexi-
co No. 11.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada seria con
recomendac:ion, paro trabaojo ge-
neral de caso. Dormnir en trabajo.
Acuda en la tarde. Colle 15 Pai-'
tilla 1 17.

SE VENDE
Articulos de Casa
SE VENDE:-Estufa Magic Chef, 4
quemodores, horno, B.20.00. Co-
lie Doriin N'o. 8, Apto. 8.
SE VENDE-Refrigeradora Frigidoaire,
juego de rec.mara, cuna, y articu-
los de cosa. Motivo viaje. Colle
9a. No. 58, Son Francisco.
SE VENDE:-Miquina Singer de pi.,
de border, con motor. Federico
Boyd # 1.
SE VENDE:-Por motivo viaje, vendo
baratisimo, juego de comedor y
dormitorio. Ambos de coobao. casi
nuevos. Inf6rmese ol 3-2190.
SE VENDE:-Set de bomb. juego
Sde recimara de cama double, com-
p!eto, juego de recamara de co-
mas gemelos ,una coma 3-4. Via
Espaoao 2024.

SE VENDE
Auton6viles


SE VENDE
Miscelaneas


___________________ - __________________________- I


SE VENDEN:-Clovos, toberie negra,
ocero acenalado, Fix-Tax (cart6n
oailador pera ciels rases) made-
ras, lavomanos, excusados, etc. a
los precios mis beijos n plaza.
AGENCIES GLOBALES, Via Espa-
ie, Ilegando a Juan Franco. Tel.
3-1503.
SE VENDEN:-Baterias usados, go-
rantizodas. aller auto electric
Purru. Calle 21 Estq No. 3.


SE VENDE:-Miquina de escribir Ro-
yal, Smith, Underwood, excelentes
condiciones. Precio m6dico. Calle
Carlos A. Mendoza 66.
SE VENDE: Equipo complete de
Panaderia, hornos de gas, cilindro,
mezclodoras, accesorios various. In-
formes Tel. 2-3397, Panama.
SE VENDE:-Un trailer chico para
carro forzodo, especial para cargar
corne. B.100.00. Calle Col6n y
15 Este, Comisariato Sitton.
SE VENDEN:-Vestidos de montuno
Ocueho. Solicitelos en la Escuela
Profesionol.
SE VENDEN:-50 polls Leghorn y
rojas, tres meses, y gallinas po-
nedoras. Corretero Pueblo Nuevo,
al puente despuis Lecherio casa
4318.
VENDEMOS una mAquina cosi nue-
va de coser cajetas de cart6n coa-
rrugodo y gropas. Cia. Dulcidio
Gonzilez N., S. A. FAbrica de Mo-
saicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE VENDE:-Llantas usadas para ca-
miones, autom6viles, "todos tomn-
ios." INTRA, Ger6nimo de lo
Osso.
SE VENDE: Mejor oferta, Ilanta
nueva Firestone, 900 x 18, 10 lo-
nas, Tronsporte pesado. Perfect
condici6n. The Texas Co. (Pa-
nama) Inc.


SE VENDE
Bienes Raices


CIA. DE LEFEVRE Tel. 2.3332
VENDE LOTS
Page inicial minima 1.100.00
Memuel 3.15.00
* Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
lo Ciudud desde B.1.00 el metro.
* Alquilamos equipo pesodo paro
movimiento de tierra.
* Alquilarro!, lotes a largos plazos.
* Club de lotes. .3.00 y B.4.00
semano!es.


SE VENDE:-Almacen pequefio, lu-
gor centrico, Avenida Central. In-
formes Tel. 2-3397, Ponam.

GANGA! Se vende lote en El
Congrejo de 972 metros cuodra-
dos con frente a Via Espoia. Pre-
cio B.12.000. ROBERTO MIRO.
Telkftno 2-1215. Panoma.

SE VENDE: -
Late de 730 M2 en "El Congrejo".
Sector poblado -y cerca a Via Es-
paTo. Oportupidad. B.5,500.00.
ROBERTO. MIRO 2.3231-2-1215

SE VENDE:-Lotes adjuntos en Los
Cumbres de un total de 910 M2.
Plomeria y electricidad. Precios
atractivos. Llame Panama 3-
40671.

Agencies Thomos liens Raices
Ave. Control No. 259, Fronte del
Edifkio Gilves. Tel. 3-1069
Aportado 3404.
BUEN TIEMPO PARA COMPRAR
SE VENDE: -
EL CANGREJO
Lote de 800 metros, remote
BELLA VISTA
Chalet de tres recmaras, B.16,000.
00. Casa de concrete cerca del
teatro Bella Vista, B.1 5,000.00.
Chalet de tres recimaras, en colle


Hems rebojedo drasticaments nues"- SE VENDE:--Planta elkctrica marc 39, B.19.000.00. Late de terreno
tros precious n todos los corres Briggs y Stratton, modelo AP, mo- en Bella Vista, se acepta permuta.
usados. Venga y mirelos. Agencies tor de gasoline, 500 watts, poras
Noash. corriente 110. Llame ol telefono VISTA ALEGRE
2-0510, Esso Standard Oil. Late de terreno en esquina a B.6.-
Sk VENDE:-Lincoln, sedan. cuatro 00 el metro.
puertos, negro, coma nuevo. Gon-
ga B.1,100.00. Garage Arias, LA COMPAFIA DEL CANAL DEI EL CARMEN
frente ol National City Bank. PANAMA OFRECE EN VENTA Chalet de tres recimaras, nuevo, a
EDIFICIOS I 15 metros de la Via Espalia, B.18,
SE VeNDE:---Carro Pontiac converti- Se vende oa mejor pastor, los edifi- 000.00.
ble 1947, en parfectos condiciones. cios Nos. 102, 104, 104S, B0blboo
Ave. Justo Arosemeno 75-A. Tel. Heights y 264, Anc6n. Se recibir n, CIUDAD
3-1086. propuestas en pliegos cerrados en lo Caso en calle Jose Domingo Espinor
oficina del Superintendente de Alma-I B.15,000.00.
SE VENDE:-Carro Cadillac modelo cenes, en Balboa, hosto las 10 y 30.
48 en perfectos condiciones. Llo- de Ia maro. na del 7 de SeDtiembre Case en lo Avenido Central B.55,-


me 3-2184-2-1075., Panama
SE VENDE:-Un corro Pontiac
A puertas modelo 1950, millaj
000 y rodio. Central No.
cuarto 24.
SE VENDE:-Carro Buick- sed
puertas modelo 1947, color
Ilontas nuevos. costado blonci
mro nuevo. radio, cubre osi
Llame telifonos 3-3338 -
'3102 v 3-1310. Sr. Boyd.

LA NEGOCIACIONES
tAegua."
" La nota de protest suspe
las conversaciones de Kae
esperando "una respuesta s
factoria" pero agregaba
"esperamos que las negocig
nes del armisticio prosigan
contratiempos y que se Ileg
un acuerdo just y razon
que pueda ser aceptado por
bas parties .
' El General Ridgway di6 a
tender cual sera la line
seguira, en sus declaraci
del Jueves cuando dijo qu
Investigation habia demost
que ningun avio6n de las Na
nes Unidas voIo6 sabre Kae
el minrcoles v que hsto era
pretexto de los comunistas
ra hacer fracasar las co
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SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamerito fresco,
rnuy c6ntrico, dos recAmoras, solo,
comedor ,balc6n. Ave. Peru, es-
quina 36 Este No. 11.
'SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento de dos
recamoras, solo y comedor en.Ma-
riano Arosemena No. 76, ocabodo
de pintar. Tel. 2-1602, PanamA.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento, salo,
coredor, porche, recamora, terra-
za, garage, cuorto empleada. Via
Porros # 64, telefono 3-1863.
SE ALQUILA: Apartomento tres
recimoras, jardin, en Avenida
Balboa, esquino Federico Boyd.. In-
formes Federico Boyd No. 1, pri-
mer piso.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento de'dos
rcAmaras, solo, comedor par solo
B.60.00, en colle primer y Ave.
"H". Tel. 2-1602 PanamA.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento do una
recmaroa, solo-comedor par solo
B.35.00 en Via Belisario Porros
NI. 139. Tel. 2-1602. Panoma.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento en San
Francisco de la Coleta, calle 8a.
No. 10. B.30.00. Llamar telefo-
no 2-2417, Panama.
SE .ALQJILA:-Apurtamento: sala,
comedor, 2 recamaras, patio, ga-
rage Via Espafia, calle Gerdrdo Or-
tego, caso # 3. Informes, aparta-
mento No. 4, Tel. 3-2504.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartoamento t6mo-
do, completeo. frente lines buses.
Colle 15 San Francisco No. 3,
B.35.00 mensual. Tel. 3-1374,'
Ponam.,


SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:--Local para oficino
Arribo del Teatro Central.
CLINICA. equipada, oltos Formacia
Salazar, -colle 16 Oeste No. 28
PanamA.


SE ALQUILA:-Dos locales comer-'
ciales o para oficinos en B..45.00!
cada uno, en calle 13 Oeste cosa
69. Inf6rmese segundo alto.
ALQUILASE local commercial o vinde-
se Have. Conveniente. Calle 161
Oeste No. 38. 2 a 3. p. m.
SE ALQUILA:-
Loco' paro oficina o negocio en el
Edificio Castilla del Oro, al lodo
del hntel El Pnnama


I" de 1951, cuando se han de oabrr en 000.00. ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231-2-1215
de 4 public. Se pueden conseguir los for- Cosa en el Maran6n [1.2,500.00. U
e 15, mularios para las propuestos, con los
106, pormenOres completes, en la oficino Casa de modern calle 24 Este B.4,- SE A Q UILA
del Superintendente de Almacenes, 500.00.
Ralboo, y en la del Administrador Casa en la Avenida B, de concrete. Cass
an, 4 de Casas en Balboa Heights. tres pisos. B.15,000.00, produce
negro rent, tiene hipoteca. SE ALQUILA:-Cholet de 2 reckma-
o, co- C AIafIIA Cosa en colle 13 Oeste, de concre- ros en calle 2da. Parque Lefevre
entos SE AL UILA to. B.12,000,00. No. 33. Acabodo de pintor por so-
- 2- lo 8 50.00. Tel. 2-1602, Pana-
Cuartos SAN FRANCISCO ms.
____ Late a B.3.75 el metro. m___
SE ALQUILA:-Cuortos en calle 44 Chalet en Via Belisario Porros, B.
7. Acudo arriba. i 15,0000.00, 1.000 metros de te- SE ALQUILA:-Chalet recien cons-
endo rreno. truido, constor de dos recamaros,
ndio Casa mixta B.8,000.00. sala, comedor. cocina, lavanderia,
song PERDIDA Chlet B.7,500.00 en la nuevcolle garage, dos porches y dos servicios
atis 50.sanitarios. Urbanizaci6n el S. A.
aclo- PERDIDA: Cartera conteniendo Tenemos varies totes boratos. S., corretera San Francisco. Pare
i sin recibos importontes, retrotos y di- Chalet de 4 recAmaros en Via Porras, informes Ilamor tel-fono 3-1554.
ue a nero. Puede quedarse con el dine- cerco Via Espaia.
able ro, sirvase devolverla a esto ofi- CARRASQUILLA M ISCELANEA
am- cina. Casa de madera B.4,500.00.
Sen- EL VENDE EL ING6NIO Avisomos a nuestros clients ovicul-
que SE VENDE Casa de madero B.3,000.00 stores que hemos recibido un nue-
iones Late de terreno a B.2.75 el metro vo embarque de los insuperables
e rla o s PUEBLO NUEVO olimentos Full-O-Pep, los cuales
radio PUEBLO NUEVO tn a aenta en El Molina
acio- SE VENDE:-Bote de motor de 20 Late en 8.750.00, se aceptan abo- n a la venta en El M
song pies, con todos los requisites pare nos Creioll, Avenida 8 No. 61. Los
a un pescar. Nuevs condiciones. 465 Caosa en B.4,500.00. de 100 libras B.6.70. Scos de 25
pa- Club Nhutico de Balboa. Ocurro I 10aB l ibras.1.70.
)nfe- 752-C, Balboa Rood. PARQUE LEFEVRE lbros B.-.70.
Late a B.3.50 el metro
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jNo te aflijas!.. iNunca sufiriar
de lose dientes si usas, desde ahora,
la Crema Dental Kolynos! . .
Kolyno protngeri tus dientes,
desdeel principio, contra )am
caries. Kolynos ataca las causes
de las dolorosas picaduras. ;Con-
su6late y . dile a tu mama que
compare Kolynos boy miasmo!


KOLYNOS Si
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VIA ESPARA
3,000 metros con caso de moderao
B.16.000.00. frente a la Clinico
Son Fernando.
RIO ABAJO
4.ote a B.2.00 el metro.
Casa de modern con 1,000 metros.
B.6,500.00.
UNIVERSIDAD
Casa con 1,000 metros de terreno.
B.12,500.00.
TRANSISTMICA
Lotes de terrenos ao B0.1 5 el metro
JUAN DIAZ
Casa de modera 8.4,000 00
Costa con 600 metros, B.1,800.00.
Late a B. .00 el metro.
PEDREGAL
Late de terreno B.O 15 el metro.
Casa de modera B.3,000.00.
PACORA
Caosa de madera B.2,500.00
Various Ictes y cosos borotas
COLON
Coso de concrete, de dos pisos, 8.8,-
000.00.
CHORRERA
Case con terreno grande 8.4,000.00.
Tenemos muchoc otras propiedodes
pore la vento, consulte a nuestra',
ctic-na poro detolles.
Agencies Thames Bienes lRices$
Ave. Central No. 259. Frmte del
Edificie GSlves. Tel. 3-1069
Apertede 3404.


LO oticina del G erente Uenerail de a
Division de Comisariatos en Mount
Nope, Zono del Canal. recibiri
propuestos hosta los 3:00 de Io
tarde del viernes, 14 de septiem-
bre de 1951 cuando se abrir-an en
p6blico, pora el suministro de 450,
000 libros. o olternativamente
225,000 libras de Az6car Fina
Granulado. Los formularios para
los propuestos. con detalles com-
pletos, podrAn obtenerse en la ofi-
cina del Supply & Service Director,
Balboa Heights, oa en to del Geren-
te General en Mount Hope, Zo-
no del Canal.

SE NECESITA
General
La Joveria America necesita agents
vendedores de club. Se compra oro
viejo, frente Parque Lesseps.
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EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
Por este medio. el Juez del Circuito de
Boca$ del Toro. CITA a (GUILLERMO
FERNANDO PARRAGA OROZCO, ceu-
ya Identidad no se especifica en el libe-
lo de demand correIpondiente, para
que en el termino tle treinta (30) dies.
conitados dede la ultima publicaciin del
presented edicto, comparezcRa a este tri-
bunal, por di o pot medio de apoderado
legalmente constituido. a defenders en
la demand civil ordinaria que Je ha
promovido el sefor RODRIGO SAN-
CHEZ BORBON. panamefio, mayor de
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cindedA an au condiciun de representan-
to e su hbermanos y por medio de apo-
derdo.
Se advierteI alcitado Parrago Orozeo
que do no eomparecer en el termino a e-
fialade, se le nombrara un defensor de
autsete eon quien as leguiri el julcio
hastas au trminaei6nt
Pare lo fines expresados *e expide
east eeto emPlazatorio en aeatcmiento
aeci6n y coplt del miisio se entrega *I
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co (1) 'veces consecutivas en on pe-
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Daofo en Ia endad d RFloa del Toro
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D. Silvera come_ nta 1 .e gsto "A
-lidad de un acto cualquiera, Mlnro, h10 soe austaa
ya sea ley, Decreto-Ley o De. gop6i d alfor .Prealdento
creto Ejecutivo, la decision res- la l tc, de &. 1
pectiva es i;nal, definitive y Secretarl ado, dice -.
obilgatoria (articulo 1W57 de la o "t Pr lb Arosemenas aco
C.N.) decir, asrte efectos in- ta con 3lwn a la Ley: tie
inediatamente despu6s de fir- Ministroa con llbertad da '7e
mada y no admIte Securso de clAn y no polchlinela#; *a
ninguna naturaleza 'y menos ltk fa2U de J- tribunaiut up
am ean la formal que usted to intentar lfbdr, a s m anla
dica, -eoperar un pronuneW Y., sobre tob. eXo& e plcItug4
miento de "autoridad compe- en el manejo de I 1foi4 6 ft
tente"-, para powder separar al blicos".
seoflr Manuel Soils Palma de
la Gerencia de la Caja de Be- Espero, senior hinistro, qug
guro Social, lo que constituye, en viata deo to4o lo expuesto,
lisa y ilanamente, una violaci n o ted reconsidere su djd6zin y
flagrante de la Constitucl6t y' evitarA la nriclael6n Se or p
de las leyes, sancionada per cl recur s, cuya declai6n final no
C661go Penal cuya aplicacl6n se 19 hart honor a nu Men elmeoa
lleva hoy a cabo sin discriml- tad.o nainboe.
nation. De UO. atenta avtlddr, i
Para ayudaiple aL rectlficar el Wa vea
error en tLue ha incurrido, sin "
dudas alguna de buena fe, dada& i
su honestidad 'recotoclda, de- l W. W
seo explidarle el caso en a' '
talle en los ai guentes turminos.
El doctor Arnulfo. Arlas en'-
tonces Prealdente de la Repu- ... ..
blica, expidl6 el 25 de sep- 5 l
tiembre de 196i el Decreto L -ey
No. 21, cuya tnconstituoionaU- "
dad acabas decretar Ia Cote .El Mira1dit'AO H. wa opi
SVprema. El articulo tereoro ,de eo6n a Ias uelta dl
dicho Decret6 estatuye:. torneo de Bas dOe Is L
,.,-de Barraza g. Irtxonerse ayer
"Articulo tercero: (Transito- en refildo par d6 h- Gray por 9
rio). El Gerente que se encuen- carter a 5.
tre en funciones al etrar n -
vigencia ete Decr4to-L- eon- i ilo uas a otaclones 5 a
tinuarai en ejerciclo del cargo s,,avo.q del Gray, en el sexto
hasta -tres dias despu s que episodio a :ajt btaso de
entire a regir este Decreto-Ley. nbu e McKay' .on las bles1 "
El Organo Ejecutivo designara ngas unido a un -rror de Bocal
al nuevo Gerente con auficien- sa, produjeron las tres.carrer
te anticipaci6n para que 6ste que le dieron lt victoria al Ml*
tome posesi6n tries dias despues randa. .
que entire a regir este Decre-
to-Ley. El nombramlento del McKay result el lanzador
nuevo Gerente seri envlado a ganador y GonzAlez el perdedor,
sla pr6xma Legislatura para los Las anotaclones por episodio
fines consiguientes. fueron los siguinetes;
Por virtud de lo dispuesto
en el -precepto copiado, fui se- Gray 005 000-5 5 3
parado arbitraria -e inconstitu- Miranda 003 003-6 5 1
clonalmente del cargo de' Ge- La serie eliminatoria para es-
rente de la Caja de Seguro So- coger el nuevo ganador de la
cial el 30 de septiembre de 1950, primera vuelta, dontinuara el
cuando .yo desempefiaba ese dominRo con el juego Canada
cargo por virtud de nombra- vs Vallarino,y el vencedor de
miento legitimamente hec ho este partido se medirs con rl
por el Ejecutivo y aprobado por Miranda el lunes para decidir
la Asamblea Nacional. Como el triunfador de la primer's eta,-
esta decision es inconstitucio- pa.
nal y ei Decreto-Ley integro .
adoleeia del mismo vicio, se de-
mandola Ideclaratorla corres- UN
pondlente y nuestra mias alta MUNDO DEPORTIVO
corporation judicial ha decla-
rado INEXEQUIBLE ese acto Por Beto TEJADA
por ser inconstituclonal. '
Esta declaratoria tiene la vir-, ,,
tud de restituir, a partir de la I....s'
fecha de la sentencia, las co- He aqui nuestros pron6sticoI
sas a su estado anterior. Quie- hipicos para mafiana en Juan
re ello decir, no solo en len- Franco:
guaje juridico sino tambidn en
el lenguaje popular, que ha 1-Don Temi, por clawsdebo
quedado inexistente el Decreto galoparlos, Fulmtlne. no:Vpueds
Ley No. 21 y, por tanto, ha con Don 'emi; 2a. Diez de M-
recobrado su vigencia la Ley yo, ya es tiepo que; gie *
134 de 1943, y que he reasumi- auya, Avivato, de para, pero
do juridicamente mi calidad de puede:. a. Suavo, a pesa" de lt
Gerente de la Caja de Seguro para debe gnAreos por caet-
Social, --y todo lo que haga goriLa, lgenco (e) e.s e -Iem&W
con. eo caricter otra ,persona U, b'tI 4a. Mistffa~cVM
Sjue no sia yo, estarbT vciadae'W a lL d 'aIM,@Ih dUr4Wt
de inconstitucionalidad. ms pirdk, ia ,'tl 0
Es ill6gleo;' por deeir lo me- dicliones para ganarimia -,..
nos, sostener con argumenta- Chacabuco, no plerdan a este
clones infantiles que mientras animal de vista, que los va 4
no se interponga demand de Chacabuqular' Sr r DoM;,l.
ilegalidad en cada caso con- dara la grand ts a nue."
creto afectado por el Decreto- escogido; 6a. Haydn~ qui~
Ley No. 21 de 1950, este segul- cuando serial, peor ya esto srw-
ra aplicandose y reconociendo- tando, Baby REot-i sWante-
se como valldo a pesar de la ri or puede repr;~a. lo b
sentencia proferida por la Cor- por linea debe al*rselos, ,n-.
te Suprema de Justicia. cle James, si iiA JUera por. e*.
Igualmente il6gico y absurdol jinete, .caminariW S. Bien %-
sostener que dicho Decreto-Ley cho, no'tan blen omo cr
que se utilize para sacarme de pero s lro de sganar ; Ta.. 'sa
la Caja y que ha sido decla- sera durood eo sura; 9.. s
radio inconstitucional, sirva de con todoy el descanso se 1os3
fundamento para sostener que ganar par salir embn su tiro a-
el senior Manuel Solis Pailma vorito, Arabe tambint le agrada
debe mnantenerse al frente de el tiro y tiene mejor jinete; 10a
esa insttuci6n, cuando su noa- Miros, cmn Lg mo debe mm-
bramiento ni siquier ha sido dponers, Pepscla, volveinaa
aprobado por la Asamblea Na- demstrar andiciawe para aElonar
cional, y cuando el mio fue ra- tiene condoicioes pars ganar,
tificado por dicha entidad en Mr. Espinosa, pars pla.e nos
febrero de 1950. gusta.
El 10 de mayo cuando la. .
Carte Suprema de Justicia de- ''
clara que todo lo actuado por Presupuestos de
la Asamblea Nacional la noche
anterior es constituclonal, no
hubo necesidad de presenter --
demanda de legaltdad ni de Vtn- VICTOR PEJIN
terponer nhigfn otro recurso Cu, Muller, Curto
para que se acatara tal dec-
si6n. Par que se exige abora Ave. CentraI, Ted -2


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f^J ?* /
p~eaccion~ Socia/

de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
-no 31W 1808AS: *:M a 1:0 a1m. Apartad1


e.. - 1


- La ia d6 -o


Esta manana a las slete en actor sencillo bendecldo per el
Reverendo Padre Tomas Clavel en la Iglesis de Cristo Roy, pro-
Munei6 los sagrados votes la gentil novia, seforita Blanca Vis-
gUes, uniende ati su destine al del distinguldo caballero Dr. Joa-
Ipin Fernando France Jr.
La encantadora novia luci6 un precise vestido en satin blan-
co confeecionado per Ia sefiora Eumelia de Calvoe, realsand su
alislea belleza el velo de tul de ilusi6n sostenido per una dell-
cada corona de azahares, obra de las hibiles manes de dofs Mar-
trita sDiem de Arla. Complete su atavio nupplal un bellisimo
ramo de kladloias bhlneas tambl6n confecclonado per la senors
1ar2ita DipD de Arias,,
ern loreal paso e a nova las primorosa nitas
l[rls Castro Vasquez, y Merllyn Wright Barraza y sgostuvleron la
ela del vestldo nupiclal, las llndas nifltas Gabrielita Boyd Chap-
auen y Marcelita Wright Barraza. Los anillos y las arras fueron
Ilevados per el niflo Rogello Novey Diez.


Apadrinason la ceremonial per
arte de la novia, el Dr. Ale-
jandro Vasques y sefora dofle
Ate Maria Dies de Visquez, el
90. don Maros Robles, la se-
form dofl Manuela Dies de
Ileurtematte, el Dr. Juan B.
Artas y sefora defia Margarita
iez de Arias. el senior don Ju-
H, Enmes to `Heurtematte se-
lera doria GladysF. F e eur-
toatt'e,. sfier Max Oeurter
&xtas d 1 ael o V


don Juan de Arco Galindo y
sefiora dofia Cecilia Heurte-
matte de Galindo, el sefor don
Ofilio Hazera, lha seora dofia
Teresa Visquef de Tuckr el
Dr. Octavie Vallarino .y saeors
dofi Manr Ester Arias de Va-
llarino, el senior don Rub6n
Dario Arosemena y seAora dofia
Edna Calvo de Arosemena,. el
peses don Benjamin Castro y
pAora donia Maria- 'refse Be-.
rrsa de Castro, el oh$for Jo o


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Plieos


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Ave. Central CaUe 21 Kste,. 1. Tel. Z-lU L-183


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A. Calve Y sAora de Calve. el
Lie. .o0 4ernaade Franceo
y seAorna oa Alba L. de Fran-
eo, 0el or don Jore E. Soto
y seOA dl. Olor4a Franco
do St e s0 l oer Leonidas Mo-
ral s. la fomra dofia Laura H.
de Mnksis, el sleor Victor M.
Tiria y *sebora doef Lola de
Tojoea, el Comandante Jou6 A.'
Remin Cantera y seoora doas
CeetI Pluol de Rent6n, el Dr.
Rom l S. boyd y sefiora dofa
Terlta Tej-ra. de Boyd, el soe-
.fier dem Vietor M. Terera Jr. y
seflor. dofa Nora D. de T eira,
el ealor Bolivar Franco, la se-
eriti Angela Morales. el Iefier
Daniel IlaWtla y sefora de PI-
nlUa, el efior don Giberto Cal-
der6a y seoeria dofs Cella D.
do Calder6n.
Datante la ceremonia reli io-
sa el selor Federico Jimeno
cant6 al Ave Maria acompafta-
do al 6rgano por el sefnor Hans
Hanowits.
Deblde a la deucada salud
del padre del novle, los despo-
sados recibleron las felcitaclo-
neos de sus famllares y amigos
derante un desayuno muy in-
tunm, efreeldo per los padres de
la nova on su residencla. En
Is mesa artisticamente adornsa
da destacbase el bello pastel
de bods, obsequio de ia sefao.
ra dofle ioiarlo Jorge de Myers.
Partleron luego los novios
parn El Valli. de Ant6n en don-
de pasaran hla una de mieL
Al engalanar nuestras colum.
nas con Ia fotogrefia de la no-
via do hey. formulamos sinceros
votes porque Ia dicha le sonria
slempre, y en el hogar que se
Inicia bajo tan bellos auspiclos,
reine stempre el carilo y la
comprensl6n.


Comida formal
S. E. el Embajador de los Es-
tados Unidos en Panama, senior
don John Cooper Wiley y sefto-
ra dofia Irena de Wiley, han ca-
viadb invitaciones para una co-
midi formal que en honor de
S. el, Embajador de Panama:
en los Estados Unidos, senior
don Roberto M. Heurtematte y
sefiora Betty de Heurtematte,
ofrecerAn esta noche en la scde
de la Embajada. AsistirAn aoe-
mas el Subsecretario de Estado
de los, Utados Unidos, Sr. don
Edward G. Miller Jr., y el Em-
bajador Albert P. Nufer, Repre-
sentante de los Estados Unidos
ante el Consejo Internacioinal,
Econ6mido y Soolal.


Buffet
*El H. D. don Alfredo Aleman
ysu sefioratdofi.a Oql Aroseme-
r. de Aleman, dfreserA esta uo-
cpe en su linda residencia sl-
taada en el Coco del Mar, un
rico buffet, cona~mottvo de cele-
brar la seflora de AlemAn su o-
nomastico. A eate agasajo, la
sido invitado un numeroso 21Gu-
po de sus amistades.
Asalto
Un grupo de amistades de la
sefiorlta Elisa Fabrega, le ofrc-
ceran esta noche un simpatico
asalto en su nueva resldencia
en Bell Vista.
Comida en El PanamA
El sefior' don Manuel Antoilo
Castro Vieto y sefiora dofia A-
melia de Castro Vieto, Ofrecie-
ron anoche en el Sal6n Bella
Vista del Hotel El Panama, una
espldndida comida en honor de
S. E- el Ministro de Atrricultura
y Comercio sefior don David Sa-
mudio y sefiora dofia Delfina de
Samudio, del H. D. don Marcos
Robles y del soflor don GuU.lr-
nmo E. Quijano y sefiora dofa
Thelma de Quijano.
TW
En honor de la sefiorita Car-
men Cecilia Chiari Orillac,
quien contraerA matrimonio i;.r.-
iana con el caballero Rail A-
rango Gasteasoro, las seforas
dofia Emelinda de Orillac, doria
fia Otilda N. de Orrillec, duo'ia
Raquel A. de Orillac. dofia Mar-
cela J. de Orillac, dofia Eyda
N. de Orillac y dofia Flora B. de
Chiarl. ofrecernn esta tarde en
Ja residencia de dofia Eyda N.
de Orillac un te, al que ha sido
invitado un grupo de asu ains-
tades.
Buffet
En la residencia del Profebor
de Roux y sefiora dofia Cecilia
S la Guardia de de 'Roux, tuvo
lugar el mnircoles en la noche
un buffet para agasajar a su
haijo, el Ingeniero Juan Ram6nn
de Roux, quien se encuentra de
niuevo entire nosotros despu6b de
haber terminado brnllantemente
sus etudlos de Ingenieria Alf&a-
rera en la Univeraldad do Amds,


'Iowa. A este a gasalo uemo' in-


1


rde su htie Leoepoldito, regresa- .
ron por lt Via area el mi zco- C r
lea de la Cludad de Mexico en *a E c o
onde paaron unts largas va- deaMan ue CD. V a
ew-one& -- 1 1 i l-
de'_s a elM. es


TPtals n grmpo de sus nmli

M aefior Maurice Eggleston y
seora Carmen Hele.Ale gAcus-
ton, ofrecieron anoche una, e0
mlda' en au residencla para a-
MUa ar a un grupo de sau f a-
fiermes y amiatades.
Comild
arai despedir al senior Juan
R. )orles y seiora Leticia de
MOles y al aftor Rodolfo A-
leman, quienes siguen pr6xima-
mentte parafel exterior, el seefor
Emanuet Lyons Jr. y seafora
Mary MOrgan de Lyons ofrecie-
zOn anoche en su residencta en
El Cangrejo, una comlda nin'i:a.
Buffet Danzante
El aeflor Carlos FAbrega l'l-
brega y sefiora Margarita L6pez
de 74brea ofrecerAn esta nao-
che, deecho en adflante, -n as-
.pldndldo buffet danzante en los
salone del Club de Golf, on e-
lebracl6n de los Quince Aflos de
au hija, sefiorita Sonia Isabel
1Abrega L6pez. Han side nvl-
tad0s numerosos famillares y a-
migos de la festejada.
Para los Estados Unidos
Despedimos muy cordialmcn-
to a S. E- el Ministro de Rcia-
clones Exteriores, don Igpacio
Molino Jr. y sefiora dofa Joya
de Molino, quienes siguen ezta
lioche por la via area para Lts
Angeles, California. en donde 1t-
sitarAn por unos das a sus fa-
miliares, para despuds seguir a
San Francisco, en donde 8. E.
asistira a la Conferencia del
Tratado de Paz con el Jap6n.
De Mexico
Saludamos atentamente Ia S.
don Leopoldo Arosemena y se-
fora dofia Graciela G. de Aro-
'semena, quienes acompaflados
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MARGARINE .
JABON
IVORY (med)
PETIT-POIS ..


ESPECIAL

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CHULETAS8de PUERCO
(Importadas)
.79 lb.
COOK-
KILL ....... *.69
AGEWOOD 2.80
WHISKY ...
CASTLE CLUB 1 75
RINBA .. 35

de ANGEL...69
Galetitas
S con Chocolate. 7
7% oss ...


MANTECA ....
BACON
SWIFT
i/ lb. ......
JABON
CAMAY .......
ENSALADA
VEGETABLES
15 oss. ....


LUNES


.31

.41
.09


.24


POLLOS DOWNING
Cortados en Pedazos
.90 lb.


JUGOS
14 ......


.18


FUNDADOR ... 3.75
JOHN HAIG 3 95
WHISKY ... 3.9
PAN .10
deHUEVO... 1


JUEGO DE COCTEL LIBBY'S
8 1.
piezas I *
PANECILLOS EBPECIALES
de Trigo Blanco (Combinaci6n)
.19 Dc.


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Abierto todos los dias de 7:00 a.m. hacta las 8:00 p.m.
Domingos de 8:00 a.m. hiast la 1:00 p.m.


EL MEJOR MECADO
EN PANAMA
(Bajo Nueva Gerenela)


I -w- r Pn t
Calls 5..I. Iie eMurse Perrs (amn llaanmeoe is Ia Call/)


Para ellos nuestros aaludos.
Nuevo Presldente del
Consejo Municipal
En la reunl6n efectuada ano-
che en el recinto del Consejo
Municipal, fue electo president*
el- conocido comerciante de es-
ta localidad, seflor don Josm
Maria Gonzalez, Por este me-
dio le hacemos llegar nuestras
felicltaciones


uDspediaa e soltera
Para 40ild' a law gentil se-
florita Carmah Ortulo de su
vida de aoltera, $us compaferas
del HospitalHospital Pana le ofre-
cerin esta noche una fiesta.
Nuestras felicitaoloties para la
futur a nova.
Del Condlt Pro Retiro de
Matiss HernAndes
zl ComitL Pro-Retiro de Ma-
tias Herianden del Club Inter-
americano do MPjeres, se com-
place en ianifestar por este
medio su apadeeItiento a los
peri6dicos, estaciones de radio.
]a Metro Goldwyn Mayer, y a
todas las personas que coope-
raron al buen ixito de la fun-
ci6n que se efeocu6 el dia 14 de
Agosto a beneficio del Retiro
de Matias HernAndez.
Comida
SEl senior Rogello P. Latorre y
sefiora Isabel Giraldez de Lato-
rre ofrecieron una comida en
honor do su hermana, la sefiora
Raquel Giraldez de Martinez,
quien sigue, pr6ximamente para
Puerto Rico, lugar de su resi-
dencia, en compaflia de sus dos
nilios. Oscar y Sandra.
(Pasa a Ia pig. 9, col. 1)

Joven de 15 anos

quiso sukldarse

En estado de coma fue lie-
vada al Hospital Santo Tomas
anoche la joven Isabel Euge-
nia Gonzalez, de 15 aflos do
edad y resident on Calle B.
quien soe resume tom6 un ve-


PAGINA 'nW,
CarnawaUto del Club gS omI s
LosT treB 2
Con gran entusiasmo 00
ntian los preparatives los
bros del Club Social Los Ti
Dar% AcarnamvalVtp eie sef e
%a"* a nieito los po
res di.a' primeo e
tlembre ;ld ampjr z
Isadoa aon- da
co. El Mpbpi c.bnense et
cordialma te. Invitd. -


GRAN CLUB de NAVIDADES d REFRIGERADORAS!

Desde el 20 de Agosto comenz6 a funcionar el.Club Especial de Navidadcs
de Refrigeradoras ADMIRAL, bajo el cual Ud. se Suscribe en el Club AHORA,
y se le garantiza entrega de una refrigeradora ADMIRAI para Navidades,
aunque su nmncro no haya salido sin DEPOSITO, ni PAGO ADICIONAL
alguno aparre de su Club! Aproveche Ud. esta oportunidad hoy nismo -
s6lo quedan unas cuantas acciones desocupadas.


MUEBLERIA CASA SPARTON


Central 223


Calidonia


Desde maoana estara en cir-
culaci6n unek edic6n revisada
del trabajo quo en 1940 public
el Licenciado Manuel M. Valdts
sobre el Banco Central y los
problems monetarIs de Pana-
mA. Dicha edicl6n incluye el
studio de los pAnicos que afec-
taron al Banco Fiducarlio y la
Caja de Ahorros en abril y
mayo del present afio y pre-
senta asimismo grkflcas sobre
el circulate on oete pals. Ana-
liza tamblen el efimero expe-
rimento de 1941, cuando se cre6
Al Banco Central y se emitl6
pel moneda.
neno, segOn declaraclones de
la Policia Secreta.
La oven GonzAles se habia
extraviado de su casa desde ha-
ce varlos dias y al regresar se
cree que tom6 un veneno por
disgustos famillares. Hasta el
moment de cerrar plan nues-
tro diario no se ha sabido los
motives por los que la joven
hItent6 quitarse la vida.


Soclales do Col6n
Por JUDITH BEBTONCINI
Tel 43U Aptdo. 1W0
Fiesteelta
El dia 21 de los corrientes
celebr6 sus natales la sefiorita
Ata Raquel de la Espriella. Con
ta motivo ofrecleron sus pa-
dres en su residencia una fies-
tecita a la cual asistieron las
sigulentes personas: Carmen y
Zenaida Torres, Carmen Guar-
dia, Aurlta Mindez, Ana E.
Chee Chong, Vaneasa BazAn,
Cecilia Almengor, Cecilia y Vir-
ginia Quir6s, Margarita Thir-
wall, Matilde Ja6n, Carmen Bie-
barach, Shirley Kriss, Gertru-
dis Cerko, Mariate Meana, Mer-
cedes Troncoso, Veyra Rem6n,
Cavell Lampson, Mirta Chong,
Alicia Aguilera, Lea de Velarde,
Silvia de la Espriella, Emilia de
Morales, Victoria de Torres, El-
sa de Vila, Odila de Brown, Ma-
rina de Rem6n, y los sefiores:
Carlos y Diego Navas, Roque
y Vasco Franco, Kaiser Bazan,
Tony de Reuter, Fulo Harris,,
Eddie Chalhoub, Luis Pab6n,
Herbert Guardia, James McMu-
rray, Dario Gonzalez, Jaime Ve-
larde, Tito SAnchez Fernando
Aguilera, Eduardo y Enrique
de la Espriella, Gustavo Velar-
de, Alexis Vila Lindo, James
Cain, Harry Castro, Enrique To-
rres, Alfredo Rem6n, Carlos
Morales y Domingo Barrios.

Aniversario de matrimonio
Hoy celebran un afto mAs de
uni6n matrimonial los esposos
seflor don Armando Grumberg
y sefiora Lidia de Grumberg.


'R~!U.AOOATO U, uuV~


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I. PANAMA 4MBRIA DIAIO INDEPENDIMINT


BANCO AGROPECUARIO E INDUSTRIAL
Se anuncia a los interesados en la licitaci6n que
se ha de llevar a cabo el dia 27 de los corrientes para
el suminiatro de 2,000 quintales do papa importada,
que la fecha indicada en el pliego de cargo para la
entrega del product ha sido fijada para ANTES DEL
DIA 14 DE SEPTIEMBRE PROXIMO, on vez de la fecha
alli estipulada.


Panama, Agosto 23 de 1951.
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ASEGURESE DE TENER


UNA NUEVA REFRIGERADORA


PARA PASCUAS!


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Defienden Hoy Su Posici6n Los Tres Invictos


En La Serie Final Del Basketball Menor


ChacabucoEs ElFavorito Para El Santiago Morning

Ganar Manana La Estelar encabzael 1rneo
del futbol chileno
-Por REI~EME- Carlbe es el contender.
Gran duelo deben sostener En la octava carrera, Tetra- ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
mafiana los ejemplares ae J vera es nuestra escogida. Bien Futbol de Chile
clause "C" con el event estelar Hecho es peligroso. G E. P. Pt.
que present la funclon hipica En la novena carrera, Char- Stgo. Morning ...... 8 3 18
sabatina sobre una distancia de les S defender- nuestro pro- Col Colgo ........ 3 3 17
1600 metros y por un premio de n6stico. Arabe tiene la segunda Audax Italiano .... 6 4 3 16
B.650.00. opclon. Everton ........... 7 2 4 16
Siete ejemplares se batiran En la d6cima carrera, The Univ. Catolica ..-- 6 3 4 15
en esta carrera en la cual se Bath Road debe ganar otra vez. Univ. de Chile .... 4 5 4 13
destaca el ejemplar del Stud Tropicana tiene much opci6n. Uni6n Espafiola ... 5 3 5 13
Buena Fe, Chacabuco, recono- En la unddcima carrera, Elol- Iberia ............5 2 6 12
cido como larguero v que real.- na debe imponerse facilmente Wanderes ......... 4 2 7 10
vu6 una magnifica presentation White Fleet es el principal ene- Magallanes ....... 3 3 7 9
en el clasico "Cuerpo Diploma- migo. Ferrobadminton ... 3 3 7 9
tico". Aslmismo se presents Green Cross ....... 3 2 8 8
con bastante opcion el caballo
Polvorazo que esta atravesando CITACION DEPORTIVA SANTIAGO DE CHILE. Agos-
grandes condiciones; Newmins-' to 24 (Por G. A. Rolla--Des-
ter cuyas uiltimas presentacio- LIGA PROVINCIAL DE puds de los juegos de la 13a.
nes lo indican como uno de BASKETBALL echa del torneo de ftbol pro-
los 16gicos, Paragon, Riding Se reune esta noche a las 8 fesional de la Division de Ho-
East, Pamphlet y Silver Domi- en el Gimnasio Nacional, para nor. el equipo Santiago Mor-
n6 que segin nuestra opinion considerar la protest del equl- ning se encuentra en el primer
deben rendir una gran carre- Po Optica Sosa en relacio6n con puesto, siguiendo el Colo Colo
ra. el juego que perdio frente al y empatados en el tercer puesto
Como es de nOtar la prueba Pelimex. estan Audax Italiano y Everton.
se present bastante interesan- A la reunion de esta no- En el Clasico del pasado fin
te y sin lugar a dudas el final che se ruega la asistencia del de semana, el Colo Colo logr6
serA cardiac. representante del Sosa, Garcia Imponerse a su aguerrido rival
He aqui nuestros pron6sticos: de Paredes, como tambien la del Magallanes por 2 tantos a
En la primer carrera Don del representante del Pelimex. 1, ante un-i concurrencia de
Temi correrA fuera de apues- Catalind Barcenas, como la de 33.042 personas. El partido re-
tas. Fulmine para el segundo los directors de la Liga Ger- sult6 refiidisimo sirviendo de
lugar. minal Sarasqueta, R6mulo Go- arbitro Claudio Vicufa, Arias y
En la segunda carrera. Diez rrichategui, Maximo Rios, Ar- Navarro anotaron por los gana-
de Mayo es un robo, Montever- turo Illuecs, Humberto Tejada dores y J. L6pez por los perde-
de segundo. v Carlos Mufioz. dores.
En la tergera carrera. Fula-
nito debe galoparlos. El Mago es FEDERACION DE FUTBOL En los otros partidos, el Ibe-
pell.'roso. Tiene important reunion es- ria mejor6 colocacidn con sus
En la cuarta carrera. Canta- ta noche a las 7 y 45 en su victoria sobre el Green Cross
claro nos gusta. Mis Fairfax pa- local situado en la Avenida B por 3 a 0; El Wanderes sor-
ra el segundo lugar. No. 85 altos, para tratar varlos prendi6 al Audax Italiano ven-
En la quinta carrera. Cha- asuntos como los campeonatos cidndolo por 2 a 1; El Santialo
cabuco. Newminster es el ene- nacionales, nombramiento del Morning qued6 en el commando
migo. delegado ante el Comit6 Olim- derrotando al Uni6n Espafiola
En la sexta carrera. Haydn pico. jiras al exterior, corres- por 3 a 1; la Universidad Ca-
es nuestro escogido. B6sforo pondencia, instrucciones para tolica derrot6 al Ferrobadmin-
puede sornrender. el interior, organizacl6n de 11- ton por 5 a 2, y la Universidad
En la seDtima carrera, Uncle gas en las provincias que no de Chile empat6 con el Everton
James para el primer lugar. tienen, etc. a dos tantos.
= 1


ARROWEN-

CAMISAS S

P IJ AM AS

ROPA INtERItOR

CO R BATA CORREAS
"Wembley" de las famosas marcas
al mismo preclo que en los Swank y Hickok
Estados Unidos.


GUAYABERAS
"Viti"


CALCETINES
Interwoven


Oferta Especial-
CALZONCILLOS BLANCOS, EXCELENTE CALIDAD.
a 95c. c/u 3 por 2.70



LAP PARIS IEN.
Avenida Central 113


Lucharan por la victoria Bam-. Eeta,

F. y Luz vs. Sosa y Centenario-Pelimex


ESTADO DE LA SERIES
Basketball Menor Provincial
G. P. Pje.
Pelimex ........... 2 0 1.00(
kuerza y Luz ........ 1 0 1.000
Carlos Eleta ....... 1 0 1.000
Optica Sosa ...- .. 0 1 .000
Centenarlo .......... 0 1 .000
Barn Jr. ........... 0 2 .000
Juegos de esta noche
Carlos Eleta vs Barn Jr.
645 prm.
Sosa vs Fuerza y Luz
Pelimex vs CenmenarIo
-POT BETO TEJADA-
La Serle final por el titulo de
Campeon de la segunda catego-
ria de la Liga Provincial de Pa-
namA continue esta noche en
el Gimnasio Nacional con tres
interesantes encaentrog.
Carlos Eleta vs Bam Jr.
En este desafio el Eleta tra-
tara de continuar invicto en el
comando de la just, tpnlendo
como rivals al Bam Jr.. que
necesita ganar para mantener


su opci6n al titulo, ya que tie-
ne dos descalabros.
Sosa vs Fueira y Luz
En este segundo cotejo se
miden los muchachos del Fuer-
za y Luz, frente al Optica Sos05.
pronosticAndose Un refildo plei-
to, entire los defensores del bas-
ketball de la Plaza Hrerera y
los de Calle 14 Oeste.-El Op-
tica luch., por entrar a la co-
lumna de los ganadores y los
electricos" juegan par lograr
su segundo dxito sin derroLta.
Pelimes vs Centenario
En el choque que clerra la
velada canastera de esta noche
maiden sus fuerzas los conjuntos
Pellmex y Centenario, defen-
diendo por tercera vez el Pell-
mex su invicto, mlentras que el
triunfo. w
Felipe Perdomo y Manuel
Cardales son los Arbitbs de es-
tos desatios, slendo el suplen-
te' Cholo Garcia. Mafiana siba-
do jugarAn Centenario vs Optl-
ca Sosa y Fuerza y Luz vs Car-
los Eleta.


La mayor concurrencia de la. temporada vio
el atractivo pgma. de boxeo amateur anoche
Por Darkins so papel (105 libras Beau Jack
II, peleando en la categoria
La mayor concurrencig de la de los pesos moscas (112 li-
actual temporada presenci6 a- bras), perdio por decision fren-
noche el interesante program te al invicto en esta division
que ofrecid la Comisiln de Bo- Clifton Innis, que Ileva cua-
xeo Amateur en el Gimnasio tro victorias consecutivas.
National, resultando todas las
peleas refildas y del agrado Manuel Padilla tamblin del
del public. Chorrlllo, obtuvo Ia decision de
los tres jueces sobe Sammy
En uno de los mis comenta- Haywood en la categoria wel-
dos encuentros, el noqueador ter (147 libras), despues de ha-.
Luis Samnuels de Pueblo Nue- ber caido en el primer asalto,
vo, fall en su intento de con- pero reaccion6 y tumb6 a su
tinuar su racha de victorias por vez a su rival Haywood dos
la ruta del suefio al encontrar veces en el tercer acto.
seria resistencia en el novato
Alberto Rios, que demostr6 gran El destacado boxeador nor-
juego de plernas y buena vista teamericano Eddie Burgin, que
para esquivar los golpes, pero pelearA e) domingo con el cam-
la mayor experiencia y con- pe6n nal4onal pluma, Federico
flanza de Samuels le di6 slem- Plummer, ofreci6 una satisfac-
pre la victoria por decision. toria exhibici6n anoche, pe-
leando dos asaltos con el cam-
En otra interesante pelea, pe6n amateur, Chico Ander-
Alberto Tern despues de ser de- son y dos con Goyo Castafie-
rribado dos veces en el pri- das.
mer asalto por su aguerrido
rival 'y tocayo Alberto Lawren-
ce, logr6 reaccionar y se llev6
siempre la victoria con la de- Social Deport' va
cisl6n de los tres Jueces.e n e no e
En los otros cotejos, Ruben Felicltamos al nfilto CNsar
Andrade del Chorrillo derrot6 Alberto Rodriguez, hijo del en-
por nocaut tecnico en el cuar- tusiasta y conocido deportista
to asalto a Leslie Maynard. del mismo nombre, par su cum-
El campeon national de pe- pleafios oue celebra hay.


EL


50


MANDAMIENTO


de la Ley de Dios reza:



iNo Mataras!


1k


Deporte de

Los Reyes
'--or Humberto Alzamora-
* Damos a contlnuacion las
edadea de la mayoria de los ji-
netes conocidos por nuestra Ia-
naticada hipica:
Con (38) afios Emilio Dario,
Federico Jaramillo y Bolivar
Moreno.
(37) afios Matias Zeballos.
(35) aflos BIas Aguirre.
(33) aflos Arturo Phillips.
(32) aftos Venerando Arauz.
(31) aflos Virgillio Castillo y
Catalino Iglesia.
(30) afnos Alfonso Carbonell,
Magdaleno Guerrero y Jose M.
Avila., .
(29 aflos Jost Samantego.
128) aflos Juliaq Rodriguez,
Edgar Alfaro, Osvaldo Chanis y
Vicente Ortega.
(27) arios Gabriel Alfaro
(26) aflos Dante D'Andrea y
Juan Rulz.
1251 aflos Jorge Phillips, Jhon
Cadojen, Amador Valdivia. Gui-
llermo Sanchez, y Concepcion
Ruiz.
(231 alaos Kin Flores. Augus-
to Soto, Reinaldo Gomez. Alci-
des Angulo, Rubdn Bakes y
Carlos Chong.
(22) aflos Guillermo Graell,
Gabriel Cruz, Aurello Bazan, y
este servidor.
(20) afios Jos Rodriguez, Be-I
lludin Pulido, Rogelio Trejos y
Jorge Chuna.
(19) aros Jorge Prescott y
Roberto Reid.
(18) aflos Eduardo JuliAn y
Marcos Hurley.
(17) aflos Carlos Icaza.
(16)' aos Esteban Silvera.

PRONOSTICOS
-Por ONE-TWO-KID-
1-DON TEMI Domin6
2-DIEZ'DE MAYO La Negra
3-FULANITO Lac6nico (e)
4-MISS FAIRFAX B. Betty
5---CHACABUCO Riding East
6--CALLMEDEAR Hydn
7-ROADMASTER fncle James
8--ETRAVERA Alfonslto
9-CHARLES S Arabe
10-THE DAUBER Milros
I-ELOINA Taponazo


Los Indios Vencieron Ayer t

Los Yanquis y Los Cardenale

a Los Dodgers Por 4 a 2


Serviole de a Prensa Unida
Con una' excelente labor del
lanzador Bob Lemon que solo,
permltl6 trees hits di6 a loI In-
dios la victoria sabre los YAn-
quis por anotaclbn de 23 carte-
ras a 1. El triunfo da una ven-
taJa de tries juegos a los Indlos
que ocupan el primer lugar en
la Liga Americana. Fud la sex-
ta victoria consecutive de Le-
mon y su decimaquinta de Ia
temporada. Con esto triunfo, de
hboy les Indios ban tenido 16
victoria. consecutivas en su
proplo terreno. La gurva de Le-
mon dl6 un resultado extra-
ordinario, a pesar de que solo
di6 tres ponchos y seis bases
por bolas.
Hasta que Vie Rasahi fud sa-
cado del monticulo en el octavo
episodlo los Indios le conectaron
siete Incogibles. 36.208 parso,
lnat presenciaron este desafio.
Mel Parnell se anot 'una fa-
cll victoria al derrotar los Me-
dias Rojas a los Carmelltas por
anotaci6n de 9 carreras a 3..
Parnell permit16i nueve incogi-
bles, tres de los cuales fueronr
conectados en la cuarta entra-
da.


ALo Sepadores tr4A prd
onc* uu j 0e mawtng
naron ura gran.
Los 44nadoresaumularm -
iheoglblew y fuewmrtepa d,
par a gran labor do%
Bob Porterfles que Moi
tlU cuate cogib ple.,
Miqntrau talto los AtlO4te
derrotaron a los Median Binbi
pr 8 a 3, tercarst v ce
secutitva. lek Powl oiuatlen ta
sacado del monto" la n
tava eutMda, reg lof.el c14
por la viOtra c% el -l.3a
tetmdn6 adQ adYm-ei
mente Carl ,
En la s al. a ..
Los Cardenalea derrotaroT
los Dodgor or s .a
4 carreras 4a de habi
contra el club. qu, ,.upa el pr
mer lugar en la ltAo Nacion
El Juego de ayer fu6 el 6
timo del afto entire los Cargd
nales y loa Dodgers. El vet
no surdo Max Lanier solo w
mlU6 Wiete incogibles a los
gers, y super6 a su rival el r
pido Don Newaombe.
Late .ra 'elco juego en :
Lisa, Na6iL


Mexico aceptl jugar en el Cipena

iPanamericano de Football en Chile


MEXICO, Agosto' 14 (lTP)-'
La Federacion Mexicana de
FPtbol en su reunion de ano-
che, acept6 la invitacidn for-
mulada por el distinguido de-
portista chileno, seflor Carlos
Dittborn, tesorero de la Fede-
racin de Putbol de Chile y Re-
presentante autorizado de la
Confederacikn P a n a mericans
de dicho deported, para con-
currir al Primer Campeonato
Panamericano de Balompid, que
se celebrari en Santiago de
Chile de la primers quincena
de febrero a la primer quin-


cent de marzo de 1952.
Con Mdxico son tres los-
ses que han aceptado defo
tivamente participar en dial
competencia international y I
otros dbs son: Panama y P
ru, que con Chile son ya cu
tro los equipos seguros que j
garAn en el Campeonato.
M6xico estari represent
por el club que obtenga
campeonato del actual torn
que se estA jugando, reform
do con las mejores unidades &
balompi4 mexicano.


Ft 4jana


provee miUsica er,
LA HORA DEL tOCA :
Avelino Munoz tosa a '6rgano "
sus ultimas piezas favotitas
todas las tardes a laS 5130 p.m.
en el Bar Balboa. Delditese
con sus amigos con los exqulsitos
canapes, obsequlo del Hotel El PanamA,


EL BUFFEt .ANZANTE
La oqtsita de Erwin Kent
con el vocalists Jeffrey Carlton
brinda un inolvidable fondo musical.
para este espldndido buffet del
Chef Douthe.
En el Patio a las 7 p.m.
Todos los Domingos


MARIA DEL REY)
continfa cautivando el pablico con sus melodiosas
interpretaclones en Ingles y Castellano, cada noche
except los Domingos, a las 8:30 y 11:30 pAin.
en el
SALON BELLA VISTA


CCARRER AS SABADO


DUPLETAS COLON:
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a. Para la comodidad
CARRERAS nuestra clientele op<
ONE- T W O mos ahora lanto en
3a. y 9a. "COPACABANA" co
CARRFRAS en el "SAVOY".


EVENT ESTELAR DEL SABA

5a. Carrera "C" Importados
Premio: B,' 650.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55

1. PARAGON ................ A. Vdsques

2. (RIDING EAST ............. C. Iglesias

3. (NEWMINSTER ............. K. Flores

4. PAMPHLET ............ H. Alzamora

5. POLJORAZO .............. '. Ortega

6. SILVER DOMINO ........... Chanis

7. CHACABUCO ......... Jose Rodriguez


de
era.
el
mo



\DO
1 Mill


DOMINGO


QUINIELAS

4o. y 8a. CARRERAS

PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPODROMO
il i i I


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p.m.


llOx


112

114

114

112

f20

109


5a. Carrera
Premio: B/


EVENTS PRINCIPLES
"G" Importados 1 Milla
450.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.


1. CORAGGIO .............. B. Aguirre

2. BETUN ................... A. Basdn

3. SISMO .................... A. Soto

4. BEDUINO ............ Jost Rodrigues

5. DELHI ................ J. Samaniego


110

120

112

112

120


PARA EL DOMINGO

8a. Carrera "A" Importados 1 Milla
P'remio: B/ 1,000.00 (B/ 100.00 agregados)
Pool Cierra: 4:40 p.m. QUINIELA
"CLASICO CONGRESS ECONOSOC"
1. PINARD ............... M. Guerrero 108
-2. PHOEBUS APOLLO ........ B. Aguirre 115
3. DICTADOR ................. A. Soto 119
4. ROYAL COUP ............ C. Iglesas 115
5. CRISU .................... E. Daro 106
6. WELSH LOCH . . .. ..Jos Rodrigues 107
7. SANDWOOD .............. E. Silvera 99
8. FULL ..... .. .. . . . . A. Mena 104


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Aputao 134


Advenalento101 ziol, eon Il&egada de Un pri- reeln nacido.
Imoroso nifilto en el Hospital Pa- -I
EstA de plicemnes el hogar del namA. ,Nuestras felieltaclones alterms
seftor Antonio Stanziola y se- a los dichasos padres y unsa vi- lufre quebrantos de malud en
fiora Zta de Obaldia de Stan- da liena de ventures para el ms rldencia la nifilta Mireya
S. Vallarno, hija del sefor Anibal
wVallfrino y sefiora Ruth de va-
SllarIno. Oala mejore pronto, son

S "A flCA" wt ueasero. ,o d o


A un paqueos t Uoadin Jde-U
di Taploer(Choeolate, Vainill,.
o Naranja-Coco)
8o to asgraa dos tasas do
ledho y
Se cocina une a inco minutes.
IEo e- todol
Es on postre excelente, quo
suots y qua may eoondmfiol
Camp. seaes nmgnlfleM Oudines Jell.
is Topswu y pudb"hoy imt.ot


o4


i Lo mas rico en harinas!


Por mu delcada textura y rieo mabor es
Insuperable pars today repOteia-
Compre un paquete y pruebe lasabro-
*a recetas quo tree.


PARA MAYOR GAR4NTIA
EN LA REPOSTERIA


Coleecionistas. Incliyanse en nuestrp gran

CLUB DE DISCOS

Que van desde Bl. loo 2o 00 manales

BE su gran oportunidad de poseer aI gltUtmos "hits" baffabes
V today la clase de msica tse su espirttu desee.

Cia. Cymos Cymos para Regals
Ave. J. Foo. de la Ossa #1 Ave. TfvoU No. 10
Cruce Tivoli TeL 1-1793


"ra. Audrey Elaenmann de
&a. Olga Arosemena do Ale-
Arta. Sonia Fibrega L6pes
Niaf Malena Garcia, de Pa-
redes Vives.
Niflo Juan de Arco Galin-
do: Heurtematte.
Mifas Maritza del Carmen Ri-
vat..
Joyen Ricardo Orillac Jimdneps
gra. Mary Sanchez dee las
Casas.
ff16a Maritza Dueflas Goff.t
Cimpleafios de Mafians.
raF. Emma Ramona Aroseme-
na vda. de Thayer.
Sra. Lilia Qujano de Valla-
Sr. Walter Myers Jr.
Sr. nrlxque Octavio Cooban
Br. ditto Barletta.
Nlo Pedro Ernesto Arias Jr.
Na SBecky Arias Thompson
SHasta Santiago de Veraguas.
hacemos loegar un carifoso sa-
ludo al nido C6sar Augusto Ra-
mos, hilo del seftor Aurello En -
rlque Ramos y seftora Otfla
Campos de Ramos, quien cele-
bra hey su cumpleaflos.
Con una fiestecita en su re-
sidencia sera agasajada hoy la
seft6rita Mary Fisher, quien ce-
lebra el mejor de sus dias.

En ia Verbena de

Ia Paloma premlan

al hombre mis feo


MADRID, Agosto 24 (AFP)-
Esta noche fueron lanzados los
UltIUmos fuegos artificiales so-
bre el lejo bariro, madrilefo
de la Latna, done ae ce-
lebr6 durante la semana de
la Ascension la fiesta de la
Virgen de la Paloma, patron
del barrio.
Las estrechas calles estaban
cruzadas por guirnaldas y los
cafes organizaron bailes, mien-
tras eran, rodeados por las
tradicionales ventas de "ehu-
' hn alimerzo frio tue aervido
a los pobres y la Caja de A-
horros cumloi6 su promesa de
abrlr una cuenta de 500 pe-
setas a los nifdos nacidos el 15
de agosto.
La atracci6n del aflo la cons-
tituy6 la exhiblci6n del hom-
bre mis too del barrio, esco-
gido entire varioe por elecci6n
Lastotografias do los con-
cursantes eran exhibidas en las
vitrinas de los almacenes. Un
diario espafol public el retra-
to del ganador, y en sla leyen-
da anotaba: "Eats manifesta-
ci6n de buen humor contraata
con la morbosidad de los con-
cursos que se efectfan en otros
raises europeos para elegir al
hombre mas bello".


GUIA de HOTELS en los ESTADOS UNIDOS
NMa YORK CITY, NEW YORK HOTEL BBETTON HALL, N neI w -- MIAMI, FLORIDA
HOTEL PICCADIMLY, 2W.4 MIS PSm I - Ebtlde aaa BELFOT HOTL, H. L i at c.
TIMU square. Carcm dl. klocknllr Cm- iM100 D0MU. Cnum ima lo. Uma p. traalmtoe ailts. T lM Wmais aM
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mmii a t Ie tSo do ]eenz. C "B $ > ree". TlIoerl6n. M.rl a pu r me i.
newel modern. 000 cuares, todoe O A.IAIMm bcA IAM-rk.
no V radio. Televial6n. Dpo. BpSol. HOTEL HENY HUDSON m w VILLA D'ESTE HOTELMmno Blvd.
NoMlents res auranto n a al ote. Coffee iL. ears da Timm sqquae. OMafmsta. caN a. cOn Ctre. MWaamoUa Isaneld mI
shop par demnar; pars almfuermo, c p toPa u erminstal. an lt dive- elaJro AMliaMte lattnMmrlameo.
mid*. eans r Cocktail Bour l. Irmomo ales. timlwi Ave. U Ga s ie rIL, n lr aS -- o on.
FICCADILY CrtiCUsB WUROM O MUn m eiste. 60 d oMCl lee Bo hshla ar at. n
tro do airtist. exospciousI.ap S asim O.igi i.ma vrinaips*


THE S UTTUN HITEL, uo0. mt.
Cmres do Iu Naclones O nds. Trnulo.
modern. Colin amelhnte, radio, televtaln,
*lra rondiclnadAo. Piecln gratiH CeU lc
dadso Ut3 50 Apto. dodU 8DoS 00 PrO-
mi emanaies I Ume. es uSt umo s. go
habl emepalol. 8Nel ELtWaotal*


HOTEL GOVBRNOR CLINTON,
rent a PFelnayiyLm OStation., el Io-
ra6n d IWe socelonesO ttLrale 7 0ompras
1205 hablalclons eon baft prlvado. radio.
alum corrIente belada. SInDDOR. Procla
desd 1.00 ..7 NO extrul mpleadodo
habl*a sopsolsa ate sndern pironalmente
HOTEL OBERT FULTON, ue w
11 St. Tranqullo. lamIar. Balos privaloe,
oclnua. I4 uns peona. E dMo personal
Apto*. d 1. I 7 3 cuartoj. Ora doeuento
poar mouna o mus. Departamenlo ap6-
fol a cargo d Br. Mariano Frtoul. Cable-
raIl r UPLTOM Al. T "L. TR O.
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prma. lm 1 bais. e tal
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Cuastro amadr tanmows. Curtnae moo be-
no y rado: meillcs eas sI Dobmes dme4
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Mudm maire acdLsd.
HOTEL STANDISH HALL. 4& w. a
m. wanlsa0dsd owc AAA. Ju t. ml tPanes
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gem Is. Radio. TElebai lmeal. wA-
0e0ls.. ur 8 a.1000i,0ge doIMLMWeM

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tel .a modro ma mI distdrote d
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rado. emllon dedo 3.$0. Dldm dr-
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HOTEL COLUMBIA, sw Ift.a
ouriD n ThIU SuMar. Radlo Mt. 1e.
Ave. mnUlIIe S. DobiO Mm bopMr -
maMs MPCIA6L S1t. ortis, earh
Gsl ae d ite Turk. So .bhft. MMA


HOTELEMFI oroedww a, M. a
MnM cuadM del PaMa C mtral. oin tdo
IS QunAt AViM I aitro da o rpa.
Matniftim haMtaeluaM amUIblaee,. P.
de 3 60o cn .bse..
HOTEL GBEAT NORTH ,l|,i sw.
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cads. Caw.i "Pebtil Inkt.


1! ILLS morni, am.
ams LI, X.T. snha Ms te~ t,


de 1. ie mak smsa. a-
plrm5. dollar ~a SiA. Msmag a
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It. A dos gumdrsB de mndaI tastrm. nSm
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ocilli y aouvo 85 a us so a14


EL NUEVO CORTEZ. torm te or,
mabltaclon" mB ea com adleimaad, so
IS. Baife private. an hbhlms mupmt.


HOTEL LEAMINGTON. s, m. m. i
at, Mantro de Momim. A oableseefp L,-
n8e Airae V Omnlbu. M habIa meflol.


MIAMI COLONIAL HOETL,~sar
BIvd & .I 2I t.. 1 djimlo l taI ulal m-
ro antral. Alre ansdiclaMuad opolonal.
STRAND HOTELsaM X. N. and caro
rVtnraus luoS, o61 lei1 uhe em r.
6mnlba. rr oc rdelMda. praoal latino.
AAIMT HOTE tit e. n. st.
Vn I A wtn de do0MeLLoda-e y C~mo-
s. Tlarifa nmal pe as t eo e mrteacs.
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El ol6n de Belleza
REX
anuncia con placer a su
distinguida clientele a su
nuevo peluquero
TONI
ItaUlano reci6n legado de la
Argentina, de fama mundial
eUpecializado en
Permanentesl Penaolns
Cortes Tinte
Plda so cita: TeL 2-3346
SALON DE BELLEZA REX
Avenida 4 de Julio No. 5



MisiOn de E.U.



Ilega a Madrid

MADRID, Agostb 24 (tP)-
Una mnisi6n military noiteame-
ricana lleg6 a eats capital pa-
ras determinar el numero de
aviones, caflones y tanques ne-
cesarios para convertir a Es-
phla en part important del
siatema de defense occidental.
La misi6n military lleg6 por
la via area a Madrid a las
6:45 de la tarde, al mismo tism-
poa que la m ai6n econmnica
Uegaba frente a Gibraltar a
bordo del buque 'Independen-
ce." para dirigirse por tren a
esta capital.
El pacto 4e defense y ayuda
mutus que se esapera sea con-
c9rtado como consecuencia de
la visit de ambas misilones,
proporcionard bases navales y
areas a Estados Unidos en
territorio espafiol a camblo de
ayuda mnlitar y econ6mica al
Goblernos del Generalisino
Francisco Franco.
La misi6n military orte-ame-
ricana eat& presldida por el Ma-
yor General de las Fuerzas Ae-
reas, James Spry. Estados Uni-
dos est& intereadoa en estable-
cer media docena de bases a6-
reas en el Marruecos Espaflol
y en Espafia, principalmente a
lo large de la costa del Medi-
terraneo y bases navales et
varies puertos, espectalmente en
CAdiz.
En cuanto a la ayuda a Bs-
pafia, el sub-comlt6 de Relaclo-
nes Exteriores del Senado de
Ditados Unidos que vlsit6 re-
cientemente a Madrid, calcul6
que la "ayuda minima" que
necesita ese pals es de 400 ml-
Uones de d6lares divididos en
partes iguales entire ayuda ml-
litar y econ6mica.

SOCIALES COLON


COLON, Agosto 24 El Lic.
don Pedro Fernandez Parrilla
sera agasajado por un grupo
de amigos el primero de sep-
tiembre con un auculento buf-
fet en los salones del Hotel
Imperial con motive de su nue-
vo nombramlento como Enviado
Extraordinarlo y Ministro Ple-
nipotenclario de PanamA en la
Reptblica Dominlcana.
El ComitW Organizador estr
integrado por los seftores Or-
lando Tejeira Q., Oustavo Ve-
larde, Humberto Leignadier y
Alexis Vili Lindo, y par las
grandes simpatias, con que go-
za en esta ciudad el Licen-
clado FernAndez, es de espe-
rarse qe el agasajo sert muy_
concurrido.


"E trogas Pregunta" sigue


siendo presentado con todo


exitoen la Red Panamericana


El original program de Victor Martinez Blanco
se preaent6 ayer jueves a las 11:30 de la mafiana
Un eafonma radial constitu- ce diagonal al Parque S anta
y6 la segunda presentacl6n del Ana y reunide duran e su des-
programa "Eleotrogas Pregun- arrollo a una enorme cantidad
ta", que con Is glida comer- de putblico en dicho sector.
cial de I Almacen Electrogas, Electrogas Pregunta es trans-
prbduce y anima or los m l- mitido por control remoto to-
cr6tono de Ia Red Panamerl- dos los jueve a la 11 y 30
cana, e otiad animador Viec por las Emisoras de Ia Red
tor Martinez Blanco. Panamericana que ponen asi de
El program se b6rgln6 como manifesto su permanent in-
slempre en la esquina que ha- quietud radial.
En el menclonado program,
el animador entrevista a los
transefntes y lea formula inge-
nlosas preguntas de un simpa-
DESECHABLES tlco cuestionario que e1 mismo
-- -" .---~ confecclona y con el que el
Sp6blico se entretiene y se di-
vierte. Por las respuestas Elec-
trogas regala muchos balboas.
v Las transmisiones de este pro-
0 T grama han marcado. nuevos
rumbos en la radio panamerli-
cana, slendo esta la primera
vez que en PanamA se pro-
duce una audici6n radial de su
.. tipo. El triunfo se lo anota-
Smos a su productor animador
Victor Martinez Blanco, al pa-
trocinador Almacen Electrogas
y su dinAmico gerente Germi-
nal Sarasqueta y a la Red
Panamericana que llev6 a to-
dos los rincones del pals, los
Incidents de este agil, exito-
so y original program, por
primer vez presentado en
nuestro pals.


Suavescomo
unacricia
I



Lo mis tierno de

la mata para et

ti mis delicioso











Personas que han dedf.
ado e vid.a aesta in-
dustria, escogenpara us.
ted las hojas m&t tier.
nas de cada mate. Poer
eso oe llama "Tender
Leaf": "Hojas Tiernas".
A la regia selecckn se
debe la exquisites.de es.
te te.
Pida en las buenas tien.
das "TENDER LEAF".
De venta en paquetes o
en bolsitasfiltrantes.







TuEo d EpE

Mvnfdos'reunn&.


TEDER LEAF
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CREMA PARA BATIRI
Used se maravillard de Is mpldz coa quue
endurece Ia crema Avoset de pus lhea e .
vaca... y doe c6mo permanece fime ho rs
y horas.
Primoroso y spetecible batiddodecrema
i;. Crema Avoset pars Batir, de purse y
fresca leche do vacs . lo meaor paam
puteles, bizcochos y budines. Tambi|n
delciosa con cocoa o chocolate. Use la
botelas econ6mics de casi un litro pars
fiestas. vr
Pruebe tambln la Crema AVOSET de
*Mesa on el caf, con cereales y fruta.
CREMA DE LECHE A V
ESTERILIZADA V T
Paia AaI4
CRUMM EiOLnADA oUr SU CONva pOE


k dela


Desk~iadori


S.


ir? Bajo muchos aspects, la vida se va haciendo cada dia mAs complicada s..
Si pero todo tiene su compensaci6n! Cada dia se aprenden o e descubren nueves
medics para hacerla mas agradable y segura ... para aumentar el confort... me-
jorar la- nutrici6n... y, por su- *d
puesto, para favoreccr la be- ultivo epeds de hongo ene.
1eza r femenina. blues; sin embargo. es bueno saber c6.
Par od ha siempre ago nuevo ymeo. m distigur hong buen de
Ire recogiendo las novedades y refirindol as us- los vwnemino ParaM o, polvordue
tedes, mis amables lecforas. esperando con etso sBles Ia part inferior de los hougos mwa
de utilidad y a la vez entretenerlas. Tambietn mi un por de dsal. dejindol uan tate.:
secTetaria Belly desea servir a ustedes y me pone Si se ennegreen, son buens: oi M
a sus 6rdenes para conseguirles en los Estado le vuelven amarillentos, son venemnse
Unidos aquellos articulos quc ustedes deseen. Comu- Otra pnreba e la de revolverls, all
nlquense con ella. La direcci6n es: coinarlm. con una cucharita de plsa- I
Betty, 345 Madison Avenue. I lth 4. f amor tie"* raones qus 14 cocinarlo con una cucharits de pla. I
Be. 315 Madison Avenue, lth ra rn no en tiende. An' ta. SI la cucharita no se ennegrem,
floor, Dept. AS, New York 17. | in no eno ( ) ngos son comestibles.


S1e esitn ponlendn de moda unas
menia' que son una mara2llal La
rapa de la mesa elA OInrmada de ban-
delai de uno ,'s (centrmelro i uadra-
dos. hechas tIe puliin v cristalino
vidrno. Con imlas laW bandejas 'ol- '
teadas riene used una mesa plan
paTa colocar sobre ella un florero,
ibelots, libros, etc. Pueden vol-
tearse una o dos o el ndmero de ban-
dejas que se desee para poner en ella boraditos.
frutas, flores o lo que se le antoje. Puede formiar
used una interesame combinad6n con algunas ban.
dejas decoradas y colocadas en un senido y las otras
en sentido inverso... Jamib se ha visto nada tan
prActico de tanta elegancia. Las hay de varis tLama.
os y formal y en nco bellows acabadas: rojo, dbano,
verde oscuro, abedul natural y crdoban.
jAlgo que aspnbrai Cadas vez ue
se usa las mhquina WARING BLEN.
^. DOR pass lo mismo: ya setrate de
hacer purds, com de picar, batir, ra.
liar o mezclar., la WARING BLEN.
DOR lo hace con Lal rapidez y per-
..'. feccidn quea parece cosa de magia. Y
[,' "" terminada la operad6n. en dnco se.
Sgundo. el receptdculo queda limpio y
list para la siguiente Evita el use de
muclho recipienres ... aborra trabajo y tempo. iAfor.
tunada es aquclla que tenga un WARING BLENDOR'
Hav dos models, ambos con recepticulo de fuerte
Pveix, ambos de elegant disefiomoderno.-OBSEQUIO
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les. frutas, postres.. ly hait a cocte- g e" el agua
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cnroiendo a Svlvania Electric Products as un.le
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HongoM, setas champiflones. Todo ea lo mlmo.
pero con diferents sombre segufn el pals. 1Han no-
tado ustedes en euntum recetas de rics plate y
salaU enrann lo bhonp? Son cada dia mis usado..
El pefgro de que centre la bongos buenm haya al-
lino venom ae ho pmiMw une anteff maSn 1l


0


IDe esto puede used estar segural Cada vez que -
srve un postre de gelatin JELL-O sabe used
que enst sirviendo algo espeialmente delicioso...
Iv especialmente vitoo.! Baqta mirar un posture
JELL-O para que se le alegre a uno la visua... y s
e haga agua la boca. Se anticpa Is delica de st
sabor, ya sea de freso, cerera. Irambuesa, naranja.
lima o lim6n. Los postrs JELL-O se pueden usar
solos o combinandolos entire si. en ensaladas d@
frutas, y hasta en cierlto platos que
requieren una buena gelatin. En
cada paquete de JELL-O hall uisted
recetas para preparar una buena va-
riedad de postres. JELL-O uene la
aram virtud de agradar a rods. gran.
de y chics; y no bhay que olvidar O
qu.e adms de sabro, e nuriti-
vo... y econ6mic. Ya ven ustedei si
tengo ra6m de erimmendar JELL-01


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SHe aqu em, o darna us m j
facial ri pido, seadlio, pero ma
/7l benefidoao: 1-Apliquee crema de
limpiea decade la bae del cuello ha-
a arniba v dl n catro de la canr
hJaa Ins lado8. Scquee bias. Repi-
La Isa operad6n. 2-IncmUnse obre
una vija de agua hirimente buta
Sllo e, que el p s udau sr s. .
uo dor p Is.ude dedd e I
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Sostener Serie De Tres Partidos De LuIa, Libre Tendrl n
Lugar4 Fines De Odubre,
I p r | a -W I *nodk rI JILos campeonatOd Nalftdales atenderA todo lo relacionado
La. pareja Young l I sta L de Luca Lbr sverisrtn a con estos Campeonatos en 4I
fines de Octubrl, dQ acuerdo horas de la noche de 7 a 9 on
Chadwick gan6 con declfl! quo W"6 tI Co- el Colineo doeLuca. bh
Chadwick pnlo. Inf J ^^m ^.n^ k@M!M 20 ofrs1 mtS "i.n Naional an *u "ltima La,: 9 Ari, serin lbres,,
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r r forfeIt P s Comisionados Dr. Carlos Mo- luchadorea que 0lo dmeaen en
ayer r forfeitrales, olrdoro Chars el unes sJo s lulote ctegoris:
t t en t na aa...Castillo, los directors de la
to tard me enrent en el Ascan * deLuhaor y e Peso Mose 114 bs.
torneo de dlobles par la copa uheflo r NaranJo, Frosidtnte del Peso Gallo 125 lbs.
Spauldnlaparejas foraClub d Yudo.. Peso Pluma 1361/2 Ibs.
t Numerosos comentarios han
por Webb Hearn-Capt. Hs:t- provocaco los partidos de ia Baseball Amateur parts mareia- Las Inscripctonsime abrirAn Peso LigOero 147Y lbs.
pan contra Pinato y Halman, seguda vuelta del XIV Tor- na a Costa Rica par. sostgnor l marten 18 4o-Ago sy ta- Peso Born Medlano 160 % lbs.
en lIa cancha de la P.scina nAualea de Gof, unsaerired tres partidosfren ran a cargo del .ntusatL yPesoo Medlo 174 lbs.
n eljuego anunclado par inrta as uaa naPaena ca manaRep blica. vidad, Aifgusto A. Aldrete, quien Peso Completo mAs de 11 lbs,
se impuso par forfeit a Young Los cuatro grupos de esta El prim r encuentro tendra n I
Chadwiek. segunda vuelta ya estn arre- gar maan mismo en la tar.
El bado se maiden los juga- glados y ls dimos a cancer de.a SantaRita tiene
d o r es Wills-Delvalle contra ayer, destacndose entire ell Esdo partdo se ver
aEl domingo se iuaran dos el parti entire Dicky Aria carAel domingo en la Imasana l p
Do Mitten ascom elju- o e para man na un atractivo program
nartidos a las 8.15 B. Hele- t y D enasic oa y par i.tarde e reaare
k v oentreRen' Estrpeaut y trcer jugo.
Pinilla vs C. Omphroy-E. Omph riel Galindo. cer La contienda de baseball de yor en un encuentro quo pro4
roy: alas 9.30 Motta-Luke vs C. Los encuentros continuarAn El combinado panamaefo est4 la liga, Santa Rita tione anun- mete las m.s refidlas alter-
Guardia G. Schay. el domingo y despuds de estos formado por 13 jugadoresr d clado para maflanA un atracti- nativas. Los dos partildos de l
juegos el torneo entrara en una 1 eelecclonado colonense con 4 vo programs con dos partidos menor so desarrollarkn en e
I de sus fases mis interesante, unildades d6 Panama, y c doo del Circulto Menor y uno de cuadro de Barraza y estaran a
ya que comenzaran a vlslum- jfes do la Delegacl6n van el la just mayor. cargo de laI novenas Barria-
brarse los posibles finallstas y lor Arturo Illueca, P-esidente En el Estadlo Olimpico a las da vs. Carlos Eleta a las 1:10
ganadores de los distintos y va- ,' a Federaci6n Nacional de 3 de la tarde se mediran Az- p.m. y desputs so mediran fuer-
- liosos premilos qup donaria es" baseball y el Dr. Alonso Roy, teca y Granillo del circulto ma- zas Azteca Jr. vs. Granate.
-- HOY! to afto la Esso. 4 RiAmbro tambl6n dela Fedora-A
No va ningun redactor
UNGRANDIOSO deportivo.
E S T R E N 0 El li0lo del filbol El motive de esta series es la H 0 Y -
*, de mejorar las relaciones de..
POR EI. AMOR A UNA a es T rm y coopersr l entrena- ALAS8:30 P. M.
MUJER, ELHOMBRE miento de los peloteros tieos,
LO HACE TODO... nAmbalo aaanrAn a la XII serie GRA N COM P ET E N CIA DE
LHAbCT O y Di nUU1Iir, Mundial que se efectuara en
Y la MUJER tampoco es Mexico on Diciembre del pre-
cobarde para defender al ESTADO DE LA CONTIENDA senate afio. MA M
que ella AMA... Futbol de 2a. Cat.
Liga Proy. de Panami La invitaci6n fu envada pr P A N A M A vs. C 0 L 0 N !
G.E P. Pt. el seftor don Miguel Blanco
"POR QUERER Ambato ........... 1 1 19 Quirds, Presidente de al Fede-
Santander ........ 8 2 1 1 racln d Baseball de Costa R Amenizada por: ARMANDO BOZA y su ORQUESTA
A UNA MUJER" emn .............6 3 2 15 ca, entldad que corner con to-- ARTISTAS INVITADOS -
Al UN~A n K Ancon Jr......... 6 1 5 13 dos los gastos del equipo pa- ARTITAS INVITADO-
RITAMAispEDO Hiano Jr. ....... 3 2 7 8 nameflo an esta jlra. MARINA RODIGUEZ Cantante Cubana
PEDRO ARMENDAR Amrica 2 1 5 CHE SALCXDO Ventrilocuo
TITO JUNRCO La lucha p r el titulo d Cam- t JESUS ORMAZA Cantante Espafiol
TITO JUNCO lucha tu a CAILO RODRIGUEZ La Vo que Slempre Gusta
gue al rojo vivo entire los once- R PI A AARISTOULOy EL TURCO AL-Exito de Rsa
nos Ambato y Santander. Quie-M A A AISTOBULO EL TURCO ALI-Exito de Risa
nes mantuvieron sus colocacio- OLINDO GUAAGNA-Director y Animador.
nes al triunfar en sus pasados En la pantalla: UN 8OBERBIO DOBLE PROGRAMA! -
compromisos lflI
El Ambato se Impuso al An- PREMIOS per EL AIMACEN EL DE MAYOR
c6n Jr. por un tanto a cero pa- IB RT
ra conservar el primer lugar. "PU n tSl UERT 0 LIB RE" S-RTIDO DE
mlentras que los anconistas fa- mejores polgram l O Calle 1s Este TELAS MAMBOI
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