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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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' BRANIFF
- TAeSUNDAY
American
Let 'he people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
Seagram's V.O! jj!
CANADIAN WHISKY J
PANAMA, R. P., Sl'NDAY, AGU8T M, 1951
TEN CENTS
Famine Threatens Jamaica
Unless Help Comes Fast
Ridgway Given Free Rein Girl Suicides
(NEA Telephoto)
ATOM SUBS TO COME Artist John Sunley Rives his conception ol what an atomic subma-
rine of the future mav look like. The Navy announced that It had awarded a contract forth*
first atomic-powered sub to a Groton, Conn., shipbuilding firm.
To Force Reds' Decision
TOKYO, Aug. 25 (UP) United Nations Supreme Commander
General Matthew B. Ridfway has been ordered by the United
States Joint Chiefs of Staff In Washington to take whatever ac-
tions he sees fit to force the Communist military leaders in Korea
to decide whether they want war or peace in Korea.
United Nations headquarters
here are convinced that if the
ceasefire negotiations are to con-
tinue an end must be put to the
obstructive tactics of the Reds.
In a detailed message replying
to Communist charges that the
United Nations forces have sev-
eral times violated Kaesong's
neutrality Ridgway directly call-
ed the Reds liars.
RED LIGHT FOR PLANE The private plane of a Dayton, O., businessman, Robert Simons,
rests on Miami's Biscayne Boulevard after it made an emergency landing on the busv through-
fare. Simons and three passengers wer* en route to Dayton when the^englne quit, but the
highway provided a safe landing strip. z -" ______________
Many Boyfriends, No Clues
In Mystery Of Pretty Clerk
MIAMI BEACH. Fa., Aug. 25
(UP iSheriff's officers today
found more and more boy-
friends" of a pretty hotel clerk
believed kidnaped and murder-
ed by bandit thieves, but none
oi them helped solve the mys-
terv of her disappearance.
Neither her relatives nor em-
ployer have heard from raven-
haired Mrs. Lewana Newman.
24, since she disappeared from
the ritzy little Gould Hotel on
the north strand of Miami
Beach sometime before dawn
Wednesday.
At the time she vanished, the
hotel cash drawer was looted
of $945, but $7,100 in cash and
jewelry was left intact.
A single smear of blood, a
a lone earring, a belt buckle and
one of Lewana's shoes were
found near a side door of the
hotel.
These evidences of a struggle
were the only *lues Investigat-
ing officers had to work on.
An army corporal Just
back from Korea who wrote
the blue-eyed girl several
"pretty potent" love letters
was dismissed as a possible
figure In the case. Chief
Criminal Deputy Sheriff O.
D. Henderson said he learn-
d the corporal was in
ennsylvanla during and
fine* the crime.
"That was our only real lead,
and it's gone sour," said Hen-
Peru's Hioh Court
Unfolds Conviction
For Eva Pern Story
LIMA. Aug. 25 (UP) The
Peruvian Supreme Court today
upheld the conviction of'Deputy
Lenidas Rivera, publisher of
the weekly magazine Buen Hu-
mor on charges of endanger-
ing Peru's international rela-
tionships by reproducing an ar-
ticle on Argentine's Eva Peron
from the United States maga-
zine tile. I
Supreme Court upheld i
ti r court's ruling that the <
ar '"as disrespectful to the i
wl Argentina's president,
and affected .relations between i
Peru and a friendly country.
H'vera. who was sentenced to
four months-lm'>rlsorr-*nt and'
fln?d 4 000 so*-, has already
served his sentence.
. also lost his post as a de-.
put* '----- I
rierson. "So now we'll have to
start all over again."
Henderson and his men ques-
tioned more intimate acquain-
tances of Mrs. Newman" to set
a Une on the kind of girl she
was i"
A total of 35 have been quiz-
zed to far.
"We're turning up more
and more of her boyfriends."
the chief deputy said. "She
was a girl that got around."
The young woman's estrang-
ed husband was given a lie de-
tector test and Henderson pro-
nounced him "completely clean
of the thing"
Henderson ruled out the theo-
ry that the beautiful clerk may
have taken the money and left
false clues or that she could
have been an accomplice of the
bandits.
"If that were true, why
would she leave her car and
clothes?" The Chief Deputy
said. "It's Just too screwy that
way."
Henderson said he was con-
sidering 'only as a possibility"
the theory that Lewana was
killed and dumped Into the sea
off the nearby beach known as
Baker's Haulover.
Strong tides would have taken
the body far from shore If that
happened, Henderson said.
"And we'd have a hell of a
time cracking this case with
no corpus delect!."
Film 'Caribbean'
Gets Scenic Prize
At Venice Festival
The new British documentary
film "Caribbean," which is now
being shown in the colored
schools of the Canal Zone, has
been awarded the prize for views
of the countryside at the Inter-
national Film Festival being held
In Venice, Italy.
The local copy Is being shown
Si courtesy of the British Lega-
on in Panam, and was flown
out from London on special re-
quest to be In time for the schools'
West Indian Appreciation Week
program.
He said the Red charges were
so false as to be scarcely worth
refuting.
There Is no doubt Ridgway Is
ready to continue the ceasefire
talks or resume full scale fight-
ing, depending on which of these
alternatives the Reds choose.
Pessimism over the chances of
peace Is growing.
All along the Korean battle-
front troops of 22 United Nations
are ready to resume the battle
against the Red Chinese and
North Koreans.
After Hoax
Casualty News
INDIANAPOLIS. Indiana. Aug.
25 (UP) Telephoned news of
the death of her sweetheart In
Korea, which caused Patricia
Francis. 18, to shoot herself here
today, was a macabre Joke, ac-
cording to the police.
An unknown person tele-
phoned her at the office of her
father, a funeral director.
The caller said he was a tele-
graph company employe and
told her Ray L. Clifton had been
killed In Korea.
Behind the telephone was
found a small piece of paper on
which Patricia had written:
MC r__.l_. __. ki 1 which Patricia had written:
UJ Delegate INOlan "Ray Lovell. died Korea. June
Moved To Corgos *uttr to clnclnnatl, obi0i
_.9_^SS__r_5__12_: ^&^*n^oto5S:
foml _nd rmJfm^an ***" W**11 h had llv n India-
na 1 'arfS^Srffi e^r "M 0Ut ,0t
morning, was at Oorgas Hospl- "* wrI'
tto^ nff\riinwI?ed C0ndl; He had left Indianapolis many
allowed in h_f_l t ,e. WM n0t i months K- lnce *hen he had
Ni_n th?Zm < w 'not Deen ln touch wlth Patricia.
r,f TrtLToHmcer'n charge He said Patricia had liked
of Transportation and Commu-
nications of the Office of Re-
gional American Affairs for the
Stat j Department, was transfer-
red Friday from San Fernando
Clinic to Oorgas. His wife was
summoned from the States and
riveT
arrived Friday.
him "but not loved him."
Clifton has never been in Ko-
rea. He once had infantile para-
lysis, and Is unfit for the army.
Police are Investigating, but
fear It will be almost Impossible
i to trace the author of the tra-
1 etc telephone Joke.
Students are reported to be
highly enthusiastic about the
film, which has a background of
typical West Indian music, in-
cluding the famous Trinidad ca*l- '.
ypso and the new steel band.
Afane Innovation In New York
Court Procedure: The Lion Up
The commentary begins: "This
Is my country, the West Indian
Islands, British Guiana and Brit-
ish Hondurasspread round the
Caribbean Seas. A sunny land. A
happy land. The sea that sepa-
rates us has shaped our history."
First showing took place at the
La Boca Occupational High
School.
It is expected that all the
schools will see It.
The prize-winning film will
thereafter be loaned to interest-
ed persons who can arrange for a
16'mm. projector.
A 36 mm. print of "Caribbean"
is on order.
Ancient Dixie Kisser Forgives
Sherman, Hastens To Buss
NEW YORK. Aug. 25 (UP).
Daniel never had the trouble
Weldon Mlnnlck has today with
his lion. Daniel's lion at least
had a den.
Minnick's lion, Mogl, has no
home: Mlnnlck has no money
and has exactly one week to get
Mogl out of the state.
Both of them had Magistrate
Hvman Bushel utterly dismay-
ed.
"A what?" he asked when the
clerk announced the case.
"A Hon," said the clerk.
"This, man's charged with
cruelty to animals by leaving a
lion In a Manhattan apartment
house basement without food,
water, or proper ventilation."
"A lion?" said the magistrate,
striklnR the side of his face.
'What do you want a lion for?"
Mlnnlck, 35. of Dover, N.J., a
thin man with watery eyes, re-
plied: "I make my living with
him. sir"
The magistrate turned to spe-
cie1 agent Ray Mulligan o the
American Society for Prevention
of Crueltv to Animal* and said:
"Doe* this crueltv statute ap-
ply to any animal?"
"Anv animal even a rat,"
Bride And Grim
KNOXVILLE. Tenn.. Aug.
25 (UP).Mr*. Helen Lucille
Webber sued for divorce to-
da, charging that her hus-
band stonped at a beer ta-
vern on the wav home from
their wedrllnv IS da*i ago
" had keen drank ever
sino*.
said Mulligan. 'Thli Is a 200-
pound two-year-old lion.
Well what does he do with
It?" asked the magistrate.
"He uses the lion on televi-
sion shows and so forth to make
an honest dollar. He has no
place to keep the lion. He was
on the Steve Allen show..."
Another man stepDed up to
the magistrate's bench.
"I'm Peter Kocmalsky. direct-
or of the Paul Revere Boy's
Club ln Jersey City. We had the
lion in out club game room for'
10 days.
"That was after Mlnnlck
couldn't pay the $5 dailv room
and board at the New York
Central Park zoo for him. He's
not a vicious lion."
"I'd like to put you ln with
him lor a couple of days," said
the magistrate.''
"It's only a pup. We got a dog
over there I'm more afraid of,"
Kocmalsky said.
"Onlv a pup. huh? If he bit
somebody's leg off that'd be!
different."
"But he's harmless," Kocmal-
sky said. "We had to feed him
meat chopped up with eggs."
"I'm not going to keep him,"
said the magistrate.
"Let him keeD It in Jersev.
Get it out of New York." said
Mullirn, the ASPOA man.
"I fine vou 250 and 30 days,"
said the magistrate, but he sus-
oended execution of the sen-
tence on condition that Mlnnlck
get Mod out of the state bv one
w*"k from todav
t*. rpCA will keep Mogl
until then.
Lowell Thomas
Stops Over Here
For One Night
Famous news commentator,
Lowell Thomas flew in to Pan-
ama last night from Brazil en
route to New York.
He Is taking the long way
home after having spent over a
month touring Europe, gather-
ing material for his news broad-
casts.
Thomas, who was staying ln
El Panama was due to leave
early this morning for New
York. He was accompanied by his
wife.
Thomas was ln Panama a
number of years ago during
which time he made a broad-
cast from the Canal Zone.
Last year he collaborated with
his son in writing "Out Of This
World." a report on Lhasa, Tibet.
Thomas flew briefly to Chile,
Peru and Ecuador this week.
Fast-Drawing Marine
Gets His Rotation
GADSDEN. Ala Aug. 25. 'UP)
Marine 8gt. Charles A. Mur-
ray was home from Korea
today on the luck of the draw.
Murray said his commanding
officer told him and another
sergeant they were both eligible
for rotation but he could spare
but one.
"Ill leave It up to you to
decide," the CO said.
Out came a deck of cards.
Murrav cut the five of clubs.
His luckleas competitor drew
the four of spades.
MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga., Aug. 25
'UP) William J. Bush, "the
kissing general" and last Geor-
gia survivor of the Confederate
Army, learned today that he
slept peacefully last night ln the
bedroom where General William
T. Sherman had his headquart-
ers.
Bush was here for the gradua-
tion of his wife from Georgia
State College for Women.
During the short Interlude be-
tween Bush's kissing one girl and
looking for another one, Mrs.
Guy Wells, wife of the college
president, broke the news. That
bedroom ln the old governor's
mansion where Bush slept was
occupied by the yankee general
during his march to the sea.
"I Just wish he'd been there
last night." the spry 106-year-old
vet sputtered. "He would have
sure had a hot reception."
But Bush was entering too
much into the spirit of the day
to let old hatreds worry him.
"Where's another one of those
girls?" he asked.
Smoking a big brown cigar held
at a Jaunty ingle and strutting
in his shiny new Confederate
uniform. Bush then told how he
stays young at 10*.
"Kissing girls he said. "Every
time one gets in my way, I let
her have a big kiss. Then she
kisses me back Good exercise."
Bush's 62 year old wife won
her degree after 30 years of off-
KINGSTON, Aug. 25 (UP) Unless big-scale aid
reached Jamaica soon famine threatens hundreds of fa-
milies, following last weekend's disastrous hurricane.'
The 130 m.p.h. winds flattened 90 per cent of the fruit
and vegetable plantations on the island.
The hurricane, besides taking 148 lives, rendered
25,000 people homeless.
Most of these live at the western end of the island,
which was hardest hit.
Though the Red Cross and government organizations
have done much to accomodate the homeless temporarily
in churches and public buildings, others are living pre-
cariously in huts they have built for themselves of tre
branches and in caves.
Roads bv which aid might
have been brought to these peo-
ple were blocked by slides the
storm brought down and may
not be cleared for months.
Workers are finding It hard
to travel back to their farms to
plant substitute crops for those
ruined.
The majority of the homeless
are living on canned fish and
rice.
In Port Royal only five out
of the town's former 200 houses
are habitable.
In the port of Morant Bay
onlv 40 houses out of 2,000 are
left.
Services are being restored
more quickly ln Kingston (pop.
250.0001.
The British Government has
given $700,000 for relief.
Brazil Accuses UK
Of Reselling
Coffee To Russia
Relief Shipment
Of Food, Clothes,
Leaves Isthmus
COLON. Aug. 25Forty cratee
and bundles were shipped a-
board the Reina del Pacifico to-
day en route to Kingston, where
relief agencies, including the
Women's Federation and the
Red Cross, will distribute them.
The shipment Includes food,
clothing, bedding, medicine ama
candles collected locally through,
the British West Indian Welfare
Association, and through the
British Legation ln Panama and
the British Consulate here.
Immediately as storm signals
and reports from the stricken
area ln the Caribbean reached
Coln, Norman C. Brown alert
ed the Welfare Association whicH
swung Into action in a well-or-
ganized campaign and working
with John Du Sautoy Blenner-
hassett. acting British Consul
on the Atlantic side.
LONDON, Aug. 25 (UP)The
Brazilian Embassy here today
accused Britain of violating the
Anglo Brazilian trade agree-
ment by permitting the reshlp-
ment of Braalllan coffee to Rus-
sia.
The embassy said the re-ex-
port had been taking place for Consulate and the B.W.I.W.A.'e
over a year, through the Rus- Irelief committee, Las //gas de
slan trade delegation ln Britain. ; Caridad, the Society o Good
Under an agreement which" Fellowship and all churches,
ends Sept. 30 Britain may not ; lodges and societies ln Coln
export any so-called "dollar pro- have Joined ln this Jamaican
relief effort.
In official circles and along
steamship row ln Cristbal the
maximum cooperation was pro-
vided.
In addition to the British
and-on study at the girls' school, kets for dollars.
ducts" from Brazil.
These products Include coffee,
cocoa, cotton and castor beans.
The Brazilian embassy said
49,000 sacks of Brazilian coffee
were unloaded from the Brazil-
ian ship Lloyd Panama In Lon-
don early this month and put in
two Russian ships bound for Le-
ningrad.
The Brazilians said the Rus-
sians paid for the coffee ln
sterling, not dollars.
Brazil sold the coffee to Bri-
tain for sterling, though she side fight fans attending the
cbuld have sold it in other mar- Burgin-Plummer bout at the
Fight Crowd Can
Catch Late Train
From Colon Tonight
The regular 10:00 p.m. pas*
senger train from Colon tonight
will be held one hour and will
leave Colon at 11:00 p.m. for
the accommodation of Pacifie
Colon Arena.
Art And Whisky Lovers Are Gainers
In New Orleans Sale Of Civic Nudes
NEW ORLEANS, Aug. 25 (UP)
Armand Truxlllo bought "The
Family," a statue that was too
shocking for the Municipal
Courts building, today for $2.400
and announced that art and
whisky- lovers could view It in
his saloon at no change ln
prices.
"The Family," a slx-by-flve-
foot father, mother and son
group of concrete, covered with
zinc and lead, was auctioned ln
Lafayette Square under police
guard.
The city, which Dald sculptor
Enrique Alfarez $1.800 for it,
made $600 profit. It could have
done better.
"I was prepared to go as hK'h
as $3.000," said Truxlllo. who
owns three hotels as well as a
bar.
"Right after I bought it I re-
ceived a telephone call frcm an
out-of-town man who offered
me $10.000 But It is not for sale
at any price.
"I've already had It brought
over, but it will be about 10
days before I cn put It on dis-
play.
"I've got to have a suitable
stand made for It ln the center
of my cocktail lounge.
"I mav even put some little
flashlight bulbs on It. Yes. sir.
it's a fine piece of art."
Three municipal Judges and
a priest didn't think so when
city engineers mounted it on
the North Rampart Street side
of the Municipal Courts build-
ing last March.
They complained that it de-
pleted the origin of the family
considerably more graphically
than the family per se.
Mayor DeLesseps 8. Morrison
had the lower portion of the
statue swathed ln canvas.
At dawn one day, while the
streets were deserted. It was un-
bolted, lowered to the ground
still covered with canvas, and
rushed off to a city warehouse.
Auctioneer Caesar J. Blandn
put it on the block today ln
Lafayette Square.
Easily shocked citizens were
warned to stay away from the
square while the auction was
In progress.
Patrolman John Zarran stood
guard to make sure there was
no peeping under the canvas
sarong.
' There is no depreciation on
this deal," Commissioner of
Public Brandings and Parks Vic-
tor Schlro harangued a crowd
of about 200 art lovers, curious
and bidders.
"Nor will there be any sales
tax......I'll assume the sales tax.
"You aren't buying a statue:
you're buying a national re-
putation. ~ "
"You could put It in a tent
and sell tickets and make mo-
ney.
"If you don't want to see
nature in the raw, please leave
the area."
As the canvas was whisked
from the statue at 11 a. m.,
Schlro spotted Alfarez strolling
across the square with a big
watermelon on his shoulder.
"Hey. Ricky." Schlro shouted.
"Hey. you there with the wa-
termelon on your shoulder."
Alfarez ignored him and Schl-
ro explained: "He's having a
picnic."
Alfarez put Ms watermelon on
a tablecloth under a tree, be-
side a Jug of wine, a big ham
and a chunk of cheese. He and
his friends ate while Blandn
auctioned the statue.
Bidding stopped at $1.500 and
Schlro Jumped up.
'Before we go any further,*
he said, "let me ask you wheth-
er you know what you're buy-
ing Why you can make thou-
sands of dollars with this
thlnr "
Bidding resumed with more
spirit and Blandn, shaking
nervously, knocked it down to
Truxlllo.
Schlro congratulated Truxlllo
as a "public spirited citizen.' '
Alfarez had finished his ham
and cheese by the time Tuxlllo
got around to making out a $2.*
400 check and was starting osl
the watermelon.
"I hope they give their $2,400
to some other sculptor to make
them a new statue," he said.
"Come to think of it. It was
obviously worth more than the
$1.800 the city paid me for It."
Municipal Judge Harold
Moore, one of the statue's most
severe critics, bid $100.
"If I get 1*" he said before
bidding star/J. "I'll throw It
ln the river "
Schlro did not say what he
would do about Judge Moore's
suggestion that Municipal
Courts building now be decorat-
ed with a Marine and a WAO,
shaking hands.
Fully clothed, of course.
It appeared. however, that
Sohiro would do nothing. Mayor
Morrison told a commission
council meeting that industrial-
ist Henry Kaiser will give the
city a hammered aluminum
plaque to take the place of
"The Family."
The plaque will be a map of
the Western hemisphere, with
New Orleans shown on a rais-
ed portion of it.
"8urely. gentlemen." Morri-
son said, "this will be Je*$ eon*
troverslal."


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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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TO AT. XC ^Yanks Cut Indians' Lead With 7-3 Walloping
New York Trail* Tribe

By One; Red Sox Lose



By United Press
NEW YORK, Aug. 25 The Yankees trounced the
Indians 7-3 today at Cleveland's Municipal Stadium to
fake the three-game series two games to one and move
within a single game of the pace setting Indians in the
lerican League.
Jie Lopat, with relief help
_j Allle Reynolds In the eighth
alng, notched his 17th victory.
Ckey Mantle, who rejoined the
lub yesterday after being sent
b the Yanks' Kansas City farm
Bub, blasted his eighth major
league homer.
X Mike Garcia started for the In-
dlans and suffered his ninth loss
jagainst 17 win*. Los Brlssle re-
Sieved Oarcia in the sixth and
4Steve Oromek, who came on In
the eighth, finished for the Tribe.
{Bobby Avila hit his eighth homer
"for the Indians.
, The White Sox upset the Red
Box. 6-2, behind the slx-hlt hurl-
ing of Ken Holcombe who notch-
3ed his ninth success to even his
aeason's record. Willard Nixon.
Svho lost his fourth game against
even victories, pitched the first
Jour Innings for the Beantown-
ars. Aaron Robinson hit his first
Eoundtrlpper of the season for
Boston.
I The Senators again walloped
the Tigers to sweep their series
"this time by an 11-5 score.
The veteran Mickey Harris,
* who pitched five runless in -
Jnings before giving up a run in
the nlntb, won his fifth game
"against eight setbacks.
f, Virgil Trucks started for the
engals and dropped his eighth
Jfleclslon. Gene Bearden in the
third, Hal White in the seventh.
Hank Borowy In the seventh and
Ted Gray In the ninth also pa-
raded to the mound for the Tig-
ra. Cass Michaels walloped his
ourth homer for the winners.
Morris Martin and Carl Schelb
lomblned to hold the Browns to
one hit for a 9-1 Athletic victory.
Martin, who pitched the first se-
ven innings, was the winner. Du-
ane Plllette lost his 14th game
for the Browns.
NATIONAL LEAGUE
The Idle New York Giants pick-
ed up another half-game on the
league leading Brooklyn Dodgers
and now trail by only seven
games as a result of the 5-1 de-
feat suffered by the Brooks In a
rain abbreviated game against
the Chicago Cubs at Ebbete
Field.
Kelly held the Dodgers to six
hits while his mates made good
use of eight safeties. The win
was the fifth for Kelly. Carl
Erskine, the Dodger starter, lost
his ninth game against 14 wins.
Clem Labine relieved Erskine
in the sixth.
Manager Phil Cavaretta and
Ransom Jackson hit circuit blows
for the Cubs- their fourth and
15th respectively.
The Giants' scheduled game
with the St. Louis Cardinals was
rained out.
The Pittsburgh Pirates edged
the Philadelphia Phillies 3-2 in
a 12-lnnlng thriller. Ralph Klner
hit a home run with the bases
empty to increase his lead In the
homer derby. Klner now has 36
four-baggers.
The Braves continued their
winning ways by eking out a 6-5
triumph over the Reds at Boston.
Bob Chipman, who came on in
relief of Bob Estock in the sev-
enth, won his fourth game. He
has only one defeat.
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1st Race "F-2" Natives9tt Fgs.
Purse: $275.00Pool Closes 12:45
First Race of the Doubles
1Hoy es el Dia E. Ortega 117x
2Don Sizzle J. Avila 120
3Eclipse O. Chanis 116
4Lonely Molly A. Vasq. 11 lx
5Brochaclto Jose Rodgz. 115
6Caaveral J. Samanlego 120
7Vlllarrea C. Iglesias 116
8Tap Dancer H. Reyes 117x
9Carilimpio A. ngulo 117x
10Fonseca V. Rodriguez 117x
2nd Race "E" Natives 61 > Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1:1$
Second Race of the Doubles
1Torcaza) A. Vasquez 108x
2Volador) J. Baeza, Jr. 115x
3Tin Tan B. Agulrre 110
4Pesadilla) O. Grael 112
5Manolete J. Phillips 108
6Sin Fin V. Rodriguez 117x
7Juan Hulncho G. Sanch. 112
8Hercules G. Ramos K)5x
3rd Race "F-2" Natives8\ i Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
Quiniela
1Cosa Linda M. Guerrero 110
2Jota Jota G. Cruz 117
3Callejera J. Avila 120
4Campesino Jose Rodgz. 112
5Aqu Estoy A. Mena 115
6^Caclque J. Phillips 113
7xito C. Iglesias 110
4th Race "D" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $300.00 Pool Closes 2:20
One-Two
1Duque J. Rodrguez 120
2Bagaleo V. Castillo 114
3Golden Babe J. Phillips 114
4Arqulmedes G. Alfaro 120
5Slxaola K. Flores 112
6Rio Mar J. Baeza, Jr. 103x
7Romntico J. Cadogen 112
8Filigrana C. Chavez ll7x
5th Race "G" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Coraggio
2Betun
3Sismo
4Beduino
5Delhi
B. Aguirre 110
A. Bazan 120
A. Soto 112
Jose Rodgz. 112
J. Samanlego 120
6th Race "1-1" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1Purple Spray K. Flores 112
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33RD COPS USARCARIB TITLE Jones (14) of the 33rd
and Prechtel of Special Troops grapple for the ball in mid-
air In the final game of the USARCARIB tournament at the
Fort Clayton gymnasium, Friday night. The 33rd captured
the crown, 6049. Pendleton (5) of Special Troops watches
at left. (Official U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Lynch)
2Hob Nob
3-D. D. T.
4Black Bull
5Picon
6Bendigo
7Flamenco
8Lituana
C. Ruiz 110
O. Chanis 113
B. Agulrre 115
A. Soto 120
A. Vasquez lllx
J. Cadogen 109
J. Phillips 111
7th Race "1-2" Imported1 Mile
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Gay Arler
2Vermont
3Glory's Ace
4Valeblza
5Tartufo
6Zevelanla
A. Soto 115
E. Alfaro 114x
C. Ruiz 120
J. Phillips 120
J. Ruiz 120
E. Darlo 115
8th Race "A" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $1,000.00 ($100.00 added)
Pool Closes 4:40 Quiniela
'ECONOSOC CONGRESS' Classic
1Plnard M. Guemero 108
2Ph. Apollo B. Aguirre 115
3-Dictador A. Soto 119
4Royal Coup C. Iglesias 115
5-Gris E. Darlo 106
6Welsh Loch Jose Rodgz. 107
7 Sandwood E. Sllvera 99
8Full A. Mena 104
9th Race "O" Imported 1 Mile
Purse: $450.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1La Chata J. Phillips 110
2 -Apretador A. Mena 106
3Incomparable A. Bazan 110
4Pulgarcito E. Darlo 108
5Hechizo G. Sanchez 114
6Guarina C. Ruiz 120
7Rondinella V. Castillo 112
10th Race 'F-2' Natives14 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Jullto J. Chuna 107x
2Dandy M. Hurley 117
3Danubio J. del Rosarlo 110x
4Opex G. Grael 120
5Baru M. Arosemena 115
Tapsy A. Vasquez 107x
7Cafetal C. Chavez 107x
11th Race "F-l"~Natives7 Fgs.
Purse: $275.00
1Don Joaquin E. Darlo 108
2Pregonero E. Sllvera 104
3Bijagual Jose Rodgz. 109
4-Luck Ahead A. Mena 110
5El Indio C. Iglesias 115
6Tap Girl V. Castillo 120
Juan Franco Tips
*y CI.OCKER
1Don Sizzle
2Torcaza (e)
3Campesino
4Slxaola
5Coraggio
6Lituana
7Glory's Ace
8Royal Coup
9Hechizo
10Opex
11Luck Ahead
ONE REST
Vlllarreal
Manolete (e)
Callejera
Arqulmedes
Beduino
Black Bull
Tartufo
P. Apollo
Apretador
Jullto
Don Joaquin
Coraggio
Today's Games
St. Louis at Boston (2).
Chicago at New York (2).
Cincinnati at Philadelphia (2).
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn.
Yesterday's Results
(Called at end of 7th, Rain and
wet grounds) .
Chicago 012 020 0-5 8 0
Brooklyn 000 100 0-160
Kelly (5-1) and Edwards; Ers-
kine (14-9), Labine and Campa-
nella.
(Twelve Innings)
Pitts. 010 100 000 0013 9 3
Phila. 001 000 100 0002 10 1
Carlsen (2-0) and Garaglola;
Church, Heintzelman, Hansen.
Konstanty (4-11) and Semlnlck.
Cincinnati 001 000 4005 9 2
Boston COO 410 lOx 6 11 1
Fox, Perkowskl, Byerly (1-1),
Erautt and HoWell; Sain, Estock,
Chipman (4-1) and St. Claire.
ST. LOUIS at NEW YORK
(Postponed, Rain
Navy Sport?
FIFTEENTH NAVAL DISTRICT
BASKETBALL TOURNEY OPENS
The first round of the Fifteenth
Naval District Basketball Tour-
nament began yesterday evening
at the Rodman Naval Station
gymnasium with two games. In
the first match Headquarters
Communication Station stopped
the Ordnance Department, Rod-
man, by a score of 44 to 31.
In a hard-played first half nei-
ther team could produce a break-
away score, and the half ended
in a tie, 14 to 14. However, in the
second half, Baslle. Hamilton and
Clmmero found the target, scor-
ing 23 points between them. Kll-
gore was top man for Ordnance
with a total of eight polnts.v
The second game of the eve-
ning between Naval Station, Rod-
man, and Farfan Communication
Station was a close, hard-played
contest throughout. The final
score was Naval Station, Rodman
32, Farfan 26. Litwack was topj
man for the victors with 14 points
and McLain topped the Farfan
squad with nine points. Referees'
were Williams and Renlck.
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
National League American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn . 77 4S
New York. 71 51 .582 7
Boston ... 59 59 .500 171
Philadelphia 60 62 .492 18
St. Louis 57 59 .491 18
Chicago. 52 67 .437 2414
Cincinnati 53 69 .434 25
Pittsburgh 51 71 .418 27
Cleveland.
New York.
Boston .
Chicago. .
Detroit .
Washington 50
Philadelphia 50
St. Louis 38
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Today's Games
Huston at Cleveland (2).
New York at Chicago (2).
Philadelphia at Detroit.
Washington at St. Louis (2).
Yesterday's Results
New York 102 120 0017 11 2
Cleveland 100 020 COO3 9 0
Lopat (17-7), Reynolds and
Berra; Garcia (17-9), Brlssle,
Gromek and Hegan.
Boston 001 000 0012 6 2
Chicago 003 030 OOx6 9 0
Nixon (7-41, Masterson and A.
Robinson; Holcombe (9-9) and
Sheely.
Wash. 311 200 30111 14 1
Detroit 103 000 001 5 12 2
Starr. Harris (5-8i and Kluttz;
Trucks (7-81, Bearden, White,
Borowy, Gray and Swift.
Phlladelp'a 110 000 205- 9 12 1
St. Louis 100 000 0001 1 1
Martin (9-4), Schelb and As-
troth; Pillette (5-14), Sucheckl
and Lollar, Batts.
Amador Women
To Qualify For
Ladder Tourney
The women golfers at Amador
are to qualify for a Ladder Tour-
nament August 30 through Sep-
tember 5 with 18 holes medal
play, matches to be played in
flights with handicap through
November 30, rules posted on bul-
letin board.
Winners for Thursday, August
23, are Jo Don ley, low putts; All-
da Lehman, most bogeys; Marge
Jones, low blind hole; Nancy
Brown, most of one number.
DEATH MADE EASY
SPOKANE. Wash. (U.P.)
The Spokane Humane Society
has purchased a low pressure
chamber to exterminate un-
claimed pets. Superintendent
Normal Finch says the $2,000
chamber does the Job pain-
lessly and rapidly. The method
employs a decrease of oxygen
which brings unconsciousness
and eventual death without
pain.
The Mysterious Night Life Of Mr. Bass;
Largemouth Get Far Feeding After Dark
By NBA Service
NEW YORK, Aug. 25 (NBA)
Like other Individuals whose big
mouths get them Into trouble, the
largemouth bass prowls after
dark.
The average weight of each
bass taken at night Is much
greater than the daytime aver-
age.
There are logical reasons. A
really big bass got that way be-
cause it was smarter than many
of Its smaller brethren which
wound up on a stringer, or In the
stomach of a bigger, smarter
bass.
It knows trouble is brewing
when it sees a man wading or
bounding around in a boat, so,
when the daytime traffic is
heavy, Mister Bass doesn't feed
until night when things quiet
down.
About the time most ordinary
fishermen are leaving the lake,
the veteran bass fishermen are
Just going out with such time-
proven surface lures as the Crazy
Crawler. Ch<"'er, Lucky 13 and
Wounded Spook.
It's Just snort of amazing how
after-dark casters develop a
sense of accuracy that allows
them to drop a plug against the
shore when they can't even see
their companion at the opposite
end of the boat. It's done through
a keen sense of timingand, of
course, experience.
Where most night fishermen
miss the boat is that they don't
wait long enough after their plug
hits the water before starting
their retrieve. They are hi too
much of a hurry to make another
cast.
Your Chugger might land 50
feet from Mister Bass. Give him
a minute or two, and that's a long
time when you're waiting, to
swim to where he heard it fall.
Now that- he has located its gen-
eral area and Is waiting for ad-
ditional noise so he can pinpoint
his target, don't move that plug
so violently it scares him.
Do it gently and tantallzlngly,
like a creature Injured and strug-
gling toward shore.
When you hear a noise like 18
sticks of dynamite, set the hooks
hard and head Mister Bass to-
ward open water, then play him
out. Don't ever horse a lively bass
Into your boat, either day or
night, for a hefty bass flopping
around with a face full of treble
hooks is a first-class menace
Play it out, grab it by the lower
Jaw and lift It Into the boat. Then
use pliers and flashlight, two In-
dispensable tools for night fish-
ing.
Big baas are where you find
them, and you'll find more of
them after dark if you'll Just give
them time to come to the supper
table.
Faces, In
The Majors
Dee londy
Mutual Dividends
Juan Franco
No finer Whisky
goes into any bottle
FIRST RACE
1Don Teml (not included in
betting).
2Politico $46.60, $14.20, $18.60.
3Domino $5.80, $4.20.
4Fulmine $3.20.
SECOND RACE
1Avlvato $8.60, $4,20. $2.40.
2Diez de Mayo $2.80, $2.20.
3Almirante $2.20.
First Doubles: (Politico-A vva-
lo) $256; (Politico-'Zamba) $6.
Scratched.
THIRD RACE
1Miss Cristina $7.40, $3.40, $2.40
2Lacnico (e) $450, $2.80.
3Nijinsky $2 80.
One-Two: (Miss Cristina-Lac-
nico) $20.20.
FOURTH RACE
l--Levadura $14.80, $11.60, $4.60.
2Doa Eleida (e) $3.-80, $3.20.
3Miss Fairfax $3.20.
Quiniela: (Levadura-Doa Ele-
elda) $18.20.
FIFTH RACE
1Polvorazo $7.60, $3.60, $3.20.
2Chacabuco $3.60, $3.
3Paragon $4.60.
SIXTH RACE
1Battling Cloud $17.40, $8.40.
2Baby Rol $8.60. $9.20. ($7.60.
8Mon EtoUe $5.20.
SEVENTH RACE
1Lacey $10.20, $4.80. $3.
2Roadmaster $3.20. $2.60.
3Uncle James $2.80.
Second Doubles: (Battling
Cloud-Lacey) $116.2$.
EIGHTH RACE
1Tetravera $11.20. $5.80, $4.80.
2Ooyito $20.40, $13.80.
3Alfonslto $4 80.
Quiniela: (Tetravera Goylto)
$146.2$.
NINTH RACE
1Bartolo $20.80, $13.20, $14.40.
2Athos $10.60, $20.80.
3Mete Bulla $4.20.
One-Two: (Bartolo-A thai)
$175.4*.
TENTH RACE
1Mllros $6.80, $420 $2.20.
2The Dauber $6.80. $2.20.
3The Bath Road $2.20.
ELEVENTH RACE
1White Fleet $7.80, $3.
2Elona $2.40.
We have In our home community of Essex Falls, M. J
a champion and while there does not seem to be as much Inter!
est in his contribution to the sport world as In, say, the Dodt>
era, or even Randy Turpin'a, aid N. Coughlan is, neverthe-
less, a man of considerable stature.
No, that isn't exactly correct, for Mr. Coughlan, a successful
manufacturer of household products, will not weigh more than
130 pounds with a heavy cold, and there Is dispute among many
etreT 8hln& 8ho?ld be legitimately classified as a sport.
Mr. Coughlan Is a fisherman. It may very well be he la the ^st
fisherman In the country.
w.HlB dnJ8 1,oaded wl,th a vast miscellany of metal urns.
kettles and figurines proclaiming his exceptional skills with rod!
and reel, and there Is an abundance of pictorial proof showlna
nim In Intimate postures with various monsters over which he
received the decision.
~,Mr' C?w8h.iRn.'8. 8Peclalty ' tarpon, a species which I'm told
combines the fighting qualities of a Dempsey and the guUe of an
Aiger Hiss, If this be not cheapening the talents of the two men.
What makes our neighbor stand out is the manner and means
with which he lands these big fellows. His equipment is essen-
tially the same as is used to land an ordinary .five-pound
If I fall into egregious error in this report it will be due in
Ji.mLpa 11S,teid exPerienc< and scanty enthusiasm. I once
fished off Key West with Ernest Hemingway, but this was more
a desire to be in the author's company than to land any Uh
since my sole regard for same Is that they be reasonably fresh
and properly prepared.
THE SINS OF THE FATHER
APfr*-'5ni the personal charm of Mr. Hemingway, his lively
interest In the prize ring (Joe Louis was-just coming along then)
and his prodigious hospitality, my most pleasant memory of the
adventure was the loss of a sail fish I had hooked. The boat
captain explained it had been decapitated by a barracuda. For
me this meant the drudgery of trying to land the revolting thing
was ended. "
There is, of course, something lacking in the character ot
any man who Is unable to embrace fishing with exaltation.
Knowing this, I have tried to make amends by Interesting tha
young heirs. An Incident at Cape Cod last summer gave me a de-
pressing insight into the workings of hereditary. The boats were
unloading giant tuna.
"How WOuld you like to fish for tuna?" I asked the helr,aged
14 going on 15. ^T"
"I'd Just as soon wrestle Tony Galento," he Answered.
But to get back to Mr. Coughlan. For three straight years
now he has come out of Florida with the top fishing honors. In
; '49 he landed a 115-pound tarpon in one hour and 15 minutes.
tig 50 he landed a record 160 pounder In the incredible time of
,33 minutes. And this year his 124 pounder, hi 55 minutes, led
all the reJ,
This pattern of consistency would seem to suggest taat the
j gentleman has the business whipped, reduced to a science, if it Is
j appropriate to use the word in connection with fishing. Jt la
j a record nobody has approached. They tell me it's comparable to
j j hitting .400 three times h> a row, or winning the National Open
OuiarLowa goli championship that often without miss.
A TRACK STAR IN IRELAND
As I say, what makes Mr. Coughlan's exploits so dist'nctlve
Is that he uses light tackle and fishes standing up in a row boat.
I should have noted earlier he does his Ashing On iiui' wan; .a
the Keys, not in the Gulf Stream where the technique is much
different (and much easier) and the equipment Infinitely stur-
dier. ... "A telephone pole and a clothes line" Is the uncharit-
able way deep fishing equipment Is described by the plug cast-
ers cult.
For the benefit of Journeymen anglers, Mr. Coughlan uses
a standard fresh water plug casting rod (Orvls) with an overall
length of five feet 10 Inches, a tip weight of %V* ounces, a 14-
pound test Ashaway nylon squlddlag line, a 22-lnch flexible wlra
leader (that doesn't kink) and a 3-4 ounce torpedo-shaped sur-
face plug without spinners.
When an angler uses a 14-pound test line, If I understand
rightly, the theory Is that's how much a load the line Is sup-
posed normally to bear. If this Is correct you get a fuller realiza-
tion of what it means to land a 160-pound tarpon with the
equipment Mr. Coughlan uses. But I suppose I'm balled up here
somewhere. It still seems impossible.
Mr. Coughlan Is a transplanted Irishman from County Cork
and was a champion track man in his day, competing in the '28
Olympics. He was leading the great Paavo Nurml by yards when
a eharley horse stopped him half a lap from home. He held the
mire record over there for years and his mark for the half la
still unbeaten.
PERMANENT POSITION
Philadelphia(NEA)Bo Mc-
Mlllln Is the football Eagles first
new coach In 10 years.
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Burgin-Plummer In Ten-Round Main Bout Tonight
Local Boy Slight Choice;
Three Other Fights Listed
Fast climbing Panam Featherweight Champion Fe-
derico Plummer will get his stiffest test thus far when he
meets hard-hitting Ohio State Featherweight King Eddie
Burgin in a ten-round main event at the Coln Arena on a
program that gets underway at 8:00 p.m.
Such great interest has been
displayed in this international
contest that the nitht train from
Colon to Panama will be held
up one hour and will leave at
11 p.m. in order to accomodate
the many Pacific side fans sure
to take In the battle.
Despite the impressive record
of the visitor winner of 20
of his 22 fights as a pro
Plummer is rated a slight 6-5
favorite by local experts, most-
ly because of his superior reach
and experience.
The visitor, though he is well-
known Internationally because of
high ratings by the Ring Maga-
zine In May and June, has only
two years of professional exper-
ience behind him while "Fred-
die" has been fighting in the
"sock-for-pay" ranks since 1948.
According to reliable informa-
tion, the winner of this bout will
move into the first ten of the
126-pound division monthly rat-
ings In "The Ring" magazine.
Burgin shocked the boxing
world with a stunning two-round
K.O. of European Champion Ray
Famechon on March 6. He is the
only boxer to stop the sturdy
Frenchman. In a return bout a
month later. Famechon scored a
close decision over Burgin.
Eddie's last bout, and second
defeat as a pro, was aealnst the
highly rated Charlie Rlley. Rlley
copped a unanimous but close
decision over the Clnclnatti 22-
year-old lad.
Tonight's semifinal may turn
out to be the "fight of the
evening" because of Joe An-
drade's constant rushing style
and Watson's fait boxing
These 135-pounders will be go-
ing all out for a chance at big-
ger money.
A six-round 126-pound special
between Vicente Worrell and
Black Bill plus a four-rounder
between 120-pounders Rodolfo
Ampudia and Al Stewart round
out of the program.
Robinson Beat Self In
But Turpin May Beat Him Here
By HARRY ORATSON
NEA Sports Editor
NEW YORK, Aug 26.(NEA)The wonder Is that Ray Ro-
binson ever reached Earl's Court for his match with Randy Tur-
pin, July 10.
Lew Burston, just back from Europe, gives you a round-by-
round description of the gaudiest and most action-packed tour
ever taken by a prize fighter.
Burston says Sugar Ray Robinson beat himself in London,
but that young Turpin may beat him at the Polo Grounds,
Sept. 12.

You won't get a better opi-
nion. Burston, European re-
presentative and matchmaker
for the International Boxing
Club, has been closely Iden-
tified with good fighters for
40 years.
"The Leamington Spa lad
has the equipment and the
confidence that comes with
having done It once, and
there are seven long years on
his side," he wraps it up in
a nutshell.
"But Robinson's battery
simply ran down in Piccadil-
ly.'
Robinson, who in his 30th year can't do the things he used
to do, and so suddenly and disastrously found it out, made
seven fights and. did 17 exhibitions in six countries in 51 days.
NO FIGHTER WAS ACCLAIMED LIKE ROBINSON
That schedule alone would beat down the ordinary combat-
ant, but the whoop-de-do and mileage took an even greater toll.
Ray Robinson
Randy Turpin.
fighter acclaimed like Robinson," tes-
AIR FORCE RETAINS TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP Lt. Claude
A. Luke, right, is congratulated by Lt. Col. Weldon Lalche,
left, of the Army tennis team, after winning the Armed
Forces Panama Area singles tennis championship at Fort
Amador yesterday afternoon. Luke encounted little trouble
in winning the championship match In three straight games,
61, 63, 60. Lt. Luke, who only recently arrived at Al-
brook Air Force Base, is stationed with the First Air Rescue
Squadron Headquarters.
(Photo by Albrook AFB Photo Lab.)
Marquette Gets
Early Grid Start
Via Mall Practice
MILWAUKEE, Aug. 25 (NEA)
Although Marquette doesn't be-
gin football practice on the cam-
pus until Sept. 29, Hilltop candi-
dates already are working out
every dayor they'd better be.
Each of 75 candidates for vars-
ity positions was sent a letter by
Coach Lisle Blackbourn outlin-
ing a training plan complete with
Instructions on home exercises
designed to build up leg muscles
and endurance.
Cost off Fishing,
Hunting Is High
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (NEA)
Figures released by the United
States Fish and Wildlife Service
indicate that lt costs $250 to bag
a moose, $200 for an elk, $100
each for bear and deer, $75 per
antelope, $12 for a goose and $6
for a duck. Fresh water fish cost
$2 or $3 a pound.
"Never was another
tifies Burston.
"Wherever Robinson stopped, they had to call for the gen-
darmes, and he hardly was attempting to disguise himself in
a livery-chauffeured, light violet-colored convertible Cadillac.
"From the time Robinson sailed aboard the Liberty. May
29, until just six days before the Turpin match, he was wined
and dined until the wee tiours of the morning. He neither
smokes nor drinks, but when not in strict training he's a stay-
er-upper from a way back who loves company and to have I
a fuss made over him.
"To assure himself of this, he brought his own party, which
finally grew to 15. all prima donnas running in different direc-
tions. These were his wife and sister; the chauffeur and his
missus: his secretary, barber and golf professional; Or. Vincent
iardlello; Manager George Gainford; two trainers; a sparring
partner; Jimmy Karoubi, a Lilliputian, and one Killer Johnson
a friend."
AN ACCELERATED CELEBRITY IN STRANGE LANDS
Robinson was in a strange country four or five times a
weekbeing mobbed by entirely different people, eating un-
familiar food and drinking water to which he was unaccus-
tomed. He doesn't sleep well in a strange bed, and found him-
self in one practically every night.
Mrs. Robinson doesn't want her husband to fly, so he went
the hard wayby train or automobile.
"The trip to Berlin gives you a good Idea," relates Burs-
ton. "On a Friday morning he drove 200 miles from Paris to
LeHavre to pick up his wife and sister, entrained that night
for Frankfurt, where he spent a day getting conections on a
military train for another overnight trip to Berlin. He arrived
In time to weigh In at. 10 a.m.. fought at S p.m., stopped Geb-
hart Hecht. a pretty good light-heavyweight, in a couple of
heats, took his bottle shower under the ring and left on the
military train that night for Frankfurt.
"He traveled by rail a day and a half, with a 3 a.m. change
in Switzerland, to belt out Cyril Delannolt in Turpin, Italy.
"Ray Robinson needs a complete rest, and he had better
get it, for Randy Turpin isn't going to give, him any."
What Do They Talk
About In A Huddle?
YPSILANTI, Mich., Aug. 25
(NEA)Maybe thls'll put an end
to the idea that the big guys in
the line are.i't bright.
Four top tackles for the Detroit
Lions are John Prchllk. Yale and
Wayne law school graduate about
to be admitted to the Michigan
bar; Floyd Jaszewskl, MS from
Minnesota; Lou Creekmur, who
needs only to complete his thesis
for a Master's from William and
Mary, and Gus Cifelll, who grad-
uated cum laude from Notre
Dame's school of philosophy.
RUSSELL PASS MASTER
San Antonio (NEA) Ken-
tucky Coach Bear Bryant told
Texas high school coaches that
outhern Methodist's Rusty Rus-
sell knows more about the for-
ward pass than any man alive.
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Indiana's Smith Sees
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BLOOMINOTON, Ind., Aug. 25
(NEA)Clyde Smith employs the
two-platoon system, but says it's
going to ruin football.
"The system Is driving schools
away from football,'1 asserts In-
diana's coach. "Fifty schools
have dropped lt. Coaches used to
need 18 to 22 players. Now we
need 50, counting specialists. Too
many good players sit on the
bench at large schools."
lur pin-Robinson Rematch Brings Back
Fabulous Fight Days Of Jack Dempsey
By HARRY ORAYSON NorrUhas more good customers i to and fro in two airplanes. i I see where Randy Turpin is
EA Sportg Editor
NEW YORK. Aug. 25' (NEA)
Randolph Turpin accomplished
what practically everybody be-
lieved was impossible when he
beat Ray Robinson from here to
the Battery at Karl's Court, July
10.
Randy Turpin
A., m
Ray Robinson
People will have to see lt to be-
lieve ft. That's why there Is more
world-wide interest in their re-
turn match at the Polo Grounds,
Sept. 12, than there has been in a
prize fight sine* Joe Louis even-
ed his score With Max Schmeling
IS years ago. This Is easily the
biggest international match since
Georges Carpentler, the Orchid
Man, was brought over to tackle
scowling Jack Dempsey in 1921.
Indeed, the amazing Randy
Turpin and Sugar Ray Robinson
have brought back the fabulous
fight days of Dempsey.
A TICKET PROBLEM AT LAST
For the first time in his career
as a fiht promoter, Young Jim
than he knows what to do with.
A month before the scrap, the
One Big Happy Monopoly was
selling ringside seats in the 17th
xow.
International Boxing Club offi-
cials say the total intake will ap-
proach, perhaps exceed, a mil-
lion, call that a conservative Eng-
lish estimate, old bean.
The fight itself easily could
draw as many as 70,000 persons
and $750,000 at from $5 to $30, a
new record for other than heav-
yweights.
It will not be broadcast, and
television is limited to out-of-
town theaters. That brings in
$25,000 more.
The picture rights brought
$200,000 flat. The film will be
shown around the world and on
TV. After the receipts hit a cer-
tain amount, the warriors and
the club become partners, and ah
additional $200,000 Is anticipated
from the screening.
PLANES SHUTTLE TO CAMP
The Turpin armada outdoes
the extraordinary group Robin-
son lugged all over Europe.
Hundreds of admirers accom-
panied the middleweight cham-
pion on the Queen Mary.
There are 16 In the slightly-
deaf Leamington Negro's party.
There is hardly a sports writer
left In London.
Turpln's training camp is
pitched at the famous Grosslnger
Hotel and Country Club, in the
Catskllls, 100 miles from New
York, where an airport hangar
has been converted Into a gym-
nasium.
Boxing writers will he shuttled
Closer To Harpastum Than Rugby,
American Football Is Distinctive
By JIM HART
NEA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, Aug. 25(NEA)
That thrill you get when fall
sets in and the sweetest music
In the world is the "thunk" of
a toe against a ball Isn't any-
thing new.
It's been going on in the Un-
ited States since 1869 and no-
body knows how long before
that Old World athletes start-
ed playing football.
From the day that Princeton
and Rutgers kicked off inter-
collegiate competition until 1875,
when Harvard Introduced Rug-
by from England, football in
America was limited to associa-
tiona sort of soccer.
The 1875 Yale-Harvard game,
played under concessionary
rules embracing points of Rug-
by and association, set the pat-
tern for football in this coun-
try. Ell's players were favor-
ably Impressed by Rugby, the
Canatbs wrinkled their noses at
soccer.
A college after college be-
gan fielding teams, rules were
cheerfully changed according to
popular demand and the mat-
erial at hand. '
Then the
Introduced.
flying wedge was
This tremendously hazardous
style of Interference was re-
sponsible for the formation of
a rules committee to outlaw lt.
POLLET HIS PET
New York (NEA) Duke
Snider of the Dodgers hit his 21st
and 22nd home runs off Howie
Pollet of the Pirates, after going
two weeks without one.
More safety measures were pas-
sed. Before long American foot-
ball had a code.
The Yale campaign for smal-
ler teams had prevailed and 11
was accepted as standard. Some
schools had fielded as many as
20.
When the forward pass was
Introduced In 1906. football be
came distinctly native. It no
longer remotely resembled the
English game, which Is funda-
mentally unchanged from looo
vintage.
By 1912 the touchdown had
grown from no value to twice
that of a goal from the field.
As the pass Increased in sta-
ture, football was closer to a
game played by the ancient
Greeks than to Rugby.
It was about 400 years after
an Itinerant sports writer
named Homer dashed off the
first and most durable account
of a football game as part of
the Odyssey, that the Spartans
and Athenians of 479 B. C.
clashed on a gridlronllke field
marked with sidelines, goal lines
and a center line.
History doesn't say which side
wononly that the phrasemong-
ers of the day called the game
Harpastum in honor of its most
frequently used ply, the forr
ward pass.. ,
In 177 A.D., an Egyptian. Ju-
lius Pollux, wrote a book about
football for Emperor Lucius
Aellus Aurellus Commodus of
Rome. Quite a distinction in an
era of few books.
For several centuries the sport
spread throughout the Roman
Empire. Bv 1150 lt was estab-
lished In Britain.
English kings in the 14th and
15th Centuries decided that it
served their purposes better to
have British brains bashed out
In battle rather than for fun.
They abolished the game.
So unsuccessful were such in-
terdictions that Samuel Pepyi'
diary in the late 17th Century
nctes that football was played
In the streets and parks. In
1800 lt was the leading sport
in English universities.
Standardization of rules be-
gan in England with the ap-
pearance of the Rugby Union
In 1871.
That's prettv much how the
whole thing happened.
And here we go again.
The Cunard Line turned over
one of Its crack chefs to keep
Turpin In sirloin, saddle of lamb,
chicken and hors d'oeuvres.
wearing a conservative blue suit
and a black beret.
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1951
B.k':g Time -
Acquire Tan Gradually
A reiwrrou application of this suntan lotion is an aid in protect-
taC from the ravages of the sun not only the delicate skins of
aliaren but the tender or allergy-prone skins of adults as well.
About midway during the sun
season each year, many women
suddenly realize they haven't yet
acquired the golden tan they'd
dreamed about all winter. The
result is a mad rush to the open
to make up for lost time. With
great determination, they set up
rigid schedules calling for leng-
thy and Intense sun-broillngs.
-Just as any good cook knows
you can't successfully cut baking
time In half simply by doubling
oven temperature, you should re-
alize your private brownim; pro-
ject can't be' stepped up by ex-
treme measures either. You. like
ntaltreated pastry, are likely to be
burned to a crisp.
. Even If you are getting a late
start. It's a good idea to tan grad-
ually, aided bv a good protective
sun lotion that will screen out
harmful rays.
One well-known firm offers a
preparation containing an Im-
pressive sounding sere e n i n g
chemical called monoglyceryles-
ter of paraamlnobenzoic acid.
Thi protective film has been
found effective for preventing
burning even on children and
tender-skinned adults.
Non-greasy, and non-oily, this
lotion Is pleasant to use. It dries
within a few minutes, leaving no
stlckvfilm. Since the product
contains no iodine nor tannlc
acid, there's no danger that your
clothes, towels or other swim-
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be stained, according to the mak-
ers' claims.
RUTH MILLETT Says .
Often the self-istyld "over-
i orked housewife" is more a vlc-
t m of poor management than of
I ecessary overwork.
When that Is the case, It Is
i sually because the housewife
1 takes at least one of the follow-
1 g mistakes:
She doesn't have her work well
( ough organized so that it is
I retty much equally divided a-
Helpful Hints
ft you own a print dress with a
^cquered pattern, either hand or
achine applied, make a practice
Ironing the" garment'-on the
rung aide. Direct heat tends to
v disastrous results upon-the
Icquer.
JIf vacation-happy children get
too exuberant and .spill a fruit
drink on your best rug. try this
trick for saving both your temper
ahd the holiday. Act as quickly as
possible, blotting up excess mois-
ture Immediately. Then quickly
aponge the surface with clear,
marm water, remembering to rub
with the pile of the rug. not a-
ginst it. Repeat the process. If
first results are unsatisfactory.
Homemakers who are wonder-
ing whether they're judging the
proper load for their washing
machine, may make this simple
eye test. Put in the usual number
Of garments, then watch them as
they swish through sudsy water.
If they disappear, then re-ap-
pear frequently, chances are you
have gauged the correct load for
deriving maximum benefit from
your washer.
morrg all the days of the week.
She has never figured out Just
what household tasks are really
necessities and what ones are the
result of being overly-meticulous.
She isn't making use of all the
short cuts and easy methods of
doing routine jobs that many
housewives have found to be lime
savers.
She gets no cooperation or help
from her family because she Ifin't
an executive hut a one-woman
drudge.
She is the kind of perfectionist
who can't rest easv until she gets
her house in shining order and
then has a fit if any member of
the family disturbs the order.
She is never content with her
house "as is," but is always dissa-
tisfied with something and
scheming and planning to
change this or that.
She is a putter-offer, letting
the work pile up. so that just con-
templating all there Is to be done
tires her out.
She would rather complain of
being overworked than set aside
a couple of hours a day to get a
little rest.
She is a victim of the view that
I housework is the dullest form of
drudgeryand therefore hales
the job so much she does it with-
out spirit and without getting
any real satisfaction out of what
she does accomplish.
Of course, there are many
women with large families who
are Just plain "overworked." But
there are even more women who
think they are "overworked'' but
who could, with better manage-
ment and a different attitude to-
ward their jobs, get their work
organized well enough to get out
of the "overworked" group.
w
omen s
World ',
Costume frightener
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cceone
ReaHslnf the importance of fresh accessories in keeping her wardrobe
bright and new-looking, this young woman has raided her own and
her husband's handkerchief boxes for materials. For evening (upper
left) he converts a man's white linen handkerchief into a violet-
dotted fichu; and, to top a sheath dress, gathers leaf-patterned
handkerchiefs (lower left) onto a velvet ribbon to form a cpelet. A
silk hanky and a ribbon combine to form a perky neck bow (center
left); and a man's white handkerchief, folded and teamed with a red
velvet rose, adds importance to a suit. A lacy evening handkerchief
is the basis for glamorous apron (upper right); and four bandanas
are used to uakc casual apron (lower right).
BY ALICIA HART
NEA Beauty Writer
American fathers, husbands
i and big brothers have so fre-
I quently had their wardrobes ln-
i vaded by the women of the fam-
1 ily that they're almost accustom-
I ed. to having their worn-out
! trousers and discarded ties re-
I appear as feminine apparel.
This time, however, they're in
i for a greater shock: their hand-
kerchiefs are being snitched. And
not the wear-weary ones, either,
but the newest, whitest, crlspest
that a. roving female hand can
find.
There are Innumerable cos-
tume-brlghteners that can be
worked out, starting with a sim-
ple handkerchief or two. Of these,
two of the easiest to work out re-
quire only a brief stop at a man's
handkerchief counter and anoth-
er at a fake flower department
store before beginning minor
needlework.
For the first a king-sized fichu
to add a fresh look to an old eve-
ning gown, choose a large white
linen handkerchief. Fold it in
half diagonally, and then baste
on dainty artilicial violets in a
casual scatter pattern. The re-
suit Is a demure accessory for
your shoulders that harks back
to ante-bellum days.
With a second large, white
man's handkerchief, you can cre-
ate a smart neck-piece for wear
with your favorite suit. This time,
the handkerchief is folded sever-
al times over until it's the width
you desire. .
Cross the ends, and after se-
curing them, flare them out a bit
to form a striking background for
a large red rose, or another flow-
er more suited to your taste.
The sportsman's or working-
man's favorite, a bright, gaily-
patterned bandana, is the inspir-
ation for an apron that's just
right for backyard barbeques or
picnic suppers. You'll need four of
them, two red and two blue,
stitched together in checker-
board fashion.
Unless you're quite tall, you'll
need to turn the top of the apron
down In a wide hem to make it
the correct length. Through this
hem run a dog leash. Cross the
leash In back, then bring the two
ends around the front to secure
the apron.
Another apron, this one strictly
for glamor, can be fashioned
from a lacy evening handker-
chief. Gather one edge of the
handkerchief onto a wide velvet
ribbon and tie it around your
waist with a large, perky bow in
back.
From new autumn-colored,
leaf-shaped handkerchiefs which
you may have added- to your own
collection, you can easily devise
a double-duty accessory for day-
time or evening wear. For a Jabot
for your suit, begin by picking up
a handkerchief exactly in Its cen-
ter.
Allow the ends to fall as they
will. Attach this to a narrow vel-
vet ribbon, which ties around
your neck. A second leaf hand-,
kerchief, sewed on in similar
fashion, will complete this neck
accessory. Anchor folds, when
you're ready to wear it, with a
bar pin or brooch.
For an attention-getting eve-
ning capelet. make use of the
same type leaf pattern handker-
chiefs, gathering a number of
them this time onto a velvet rib-
ron, spacing them evenly to fall
In graceful folds about your
shoulders. A large glitter pin will
highlight the effect like a drop
of dew on an autumn leaf,
A final trick involves a length
of piquoted taffeta ribbon and
your favorite silk hanky. Tie the
end ul the ribbon to one corner of
the handkerchief, then bring the
ends around to the front and
knot them into a loose bow. Color
and textural contrasta make this
an eye-catching accessory.
VALUE-WISE shoppers will take advantage of the money-saving
prices on high quality merchandise during the store-wide sale
that opened yesterday at ANTONIO'S-INNOVACION. There are
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NEW YORK. (NEA) The
rubber-soled shoes that little girls
and their brothers! wear for
summer play are utilitarian. They
have to be in order to take
scrambles over rocks and up tree
trunks and across scorching city
pavements. But they can be
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In picking playtime shoes, mo-
thers should bear in mind the
fact that they are just as impor-
tant as leather-soled shoes for
school wear. They should have
thick sole cushions and a shock-
proof arch cushion to help sup-
port young growing feet. The up-
pers should be in a fabric suffi-
ciently strong to keep its shape.
An air conditioned sandal
'lefti in blue has a cross-strap
top in sturdy cotton fabric. The
rubber sole is thick and light-
TWINS IN LOVE
WITH SAME MAN
weight in order to provide maxi-
mum comfort and protection a-
galnst heat and hard surfaces.
A different summer shoe (right)
has a rubber sole that wears a
clown's face with giraffes, ele-
phants, lions and seals outlining
the edges of the outsoles. Top is
bright red cotton fabric; the shoe
is completely washable. Thick
sole cushions and shockproof arch
cushions give proper support.
Children who have reached the
stage in their development that
they consider naps "babyish" may
sometimes be persuaded to sub-
mit gracefully to afternoon re-
laxation if the label is changed.
Call It a rest period instead.
To relieve
barn, Itch,
mnA ting of
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Wliile Visiting
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FOOD NEWS
by hnasn A wiiafy nimia of ! eelee
roclo, end new Mees
It isn't too often that most of
us have a chance to bring out our
guest mannersand when we do,
we often find they've grown a bit
rusty.
If you're planning to visit
friends soon as a part of your va-
cation fun, now's the time to ex-
amine your week-end etiquette te
make sure you're all set to play
the part of company.
This is a special role, and one
that requires advance prepara-
tion. If you've no advance know-
ledge of the setting, gained in
previous visits, you'll find a few
discreet inquiries are in order be-
fore you walk onto the spotlight
as honored guest.
Props are important. When you
have been invited for a quiet
week-end in the country, it's a
mistake to arrive laden down
with tennis rackets, riding hab-
its, bathing suits and golf clubs.
Your hostess, who may have
planned nothing more strenuous
than an afternoon In the porch
glider, may take your lavish para-
phernalia as a reproach for the
dullness of her entertainment.
It's best to learn in advance
what you are expected to bring In
the way of equipment and ward-
robe.
Before packing up everything
vou own in the way of clothing,
it's a good idea. too. to check your
hostess concerning guest space.
Company causes enough confu-
sion at best.
When closets and drawers, must
be emptied or disarranged to
make room for unnecessary be-
longings carted along by an un-
thinking guest, the atmosphere is
likely to grow tense.
Another tenslon-bullderd Is the
guest who plays the great lady,
making no move to help an over-
worked hostess or. in case of ser-
vants, monopolizing them for
personal chores.
It won't spoil your vacation to
lend a hand If there are peas to
be shelled; and it won't spoil your
hostess' regard for you if you re-
frain from asking her maid to
iron your dress just at the time
she's needed to clean or cook.
Having heeded such obvloua
don'ts, here are some do's to re-
member. Do provide your own di-
version part of the time. Your
hostess needs an occasional mo-
ment to collect her wits and re-
view her normal household duties.
Whether this visit is a pleasant
one or not depends at least 50
per cent on you.
FRESH-BAKED ROLLS WITH A WHIFF OF CINNAMON think
what that would do for your dinner menu tonight! Homemade
bread is a touch of magic for any meal an old fashioned secret
that grandmother knew, and we'd be wise to remember it. But
rolls needn't be the time-consuming project for you that they were
lor her fbr this recipe requires no yeast, and no walling. You
mix the rolls in a very few minutes, bake them for less than a half
hour, and they're done. The orange juice gives them a delicious,
original favor, and they get that sotter-than-soft, mouth water-
ing texture from Swans Down Cake Flour. You needn't use it just
for cakes, you know! Certain puddings, waffles, .rolls and even
biscuits are extra feathery and tender because their recipes call
for Swans Down Cake Flour. When your Clover-Leaf Rolls come
cut of the oven and you butter a "try It" one because you just can t
wait to taste It you'll see what we mean!
Orange Clover-Leaf Roils
Swans Doion V4
3 cups sifted
Cake Flour
3 y2 teaspoons Calumet Baking
Powder
1 teaspoon salt
y2 cup shortening
teaspoon
rind
34 cup milk
,\ cup orange juice
2 teaspoons cinnamon
Vi cup sugar
grated orange
Sift flour once, measure, add baking powder and salt, and sift Into
bowl Cut in shortening. Add orange rind and milk and stir until
soft dough is formed. Turn out on lightly floured board and knead
30 seconds. Divide dough into four equal parts; form each part
into nine small balls. Dip balls in orange ulce and then roll in a
mixture of cinnamon and sugar. Arrange three .bJ' n<"** f^
tlon of greased large muffin pan. Bake in hot oven <4009F) 1
minutes, or until done. Remove at once trom pan. Makes 12 large
rolls.
MAKINO OOODTEA is a Simpe,
but oft-neglected art. Here,
lust as a brief refresher, are the
basic steps to success: Always
use freshly drawn water. Be sure
it comes to a bubbling boil.
Scald the pot beforehand, to
prevent the tea from cooling
while It steeps. Select a really
choice tea. (For smooth, refresh-
ing flavor and clear, amber cl-
lor. Maxwell House Tea is a
favored brand.) Allow 1 tea-
spoon tea leaves for each cup of
water 1 extra "for the pot.'
Steep 3 to 5 minutes. Color is
some guide as to when tea is
done, but it's much safer to time
it by the clock. It takes full
steeping to bring out full flavor.
(Maxwell House Tea is so deli-
cious you won't want to lose a
bit of that heartwarming good-
ness!)
UNEXPECTED COMPANY holds
no terrors for the housewife who
has a package of two of Jell-O
Tapioca Puddings tucked away
on her kitchen shelf. With this
newest member of the Jeil-O
family, you can cook a company
dessert In 5 minutes flat. So
creamy smooth, so down-
right rich-tasting', your guests
will never guess it was a last-
minute life saver! All you do U
add 2 cups of milk. cook, cool,
and you get 4 generous servings.
One of our pet tricks is to line
dessert dishes with sections of
orange, fill them with the Or-
ange Coconut-flavored Jell-O
Tapioca Pudding, arid garnish
it with added bits of fruit. The
Chocolate and Vanila flavors
make heavenly dishes, too. Bet-
ter stock up today, and then let
the company come!
YOUR BRIGHT COTTONS need
careful laundering. Age, repeat-
ed washings without bluing, and
insufficient rinsing can cause
white things to become yellow-
ed .. and the effects are the
same on gay colors. Use care in
washing them, so they'll stay
bright and pretty much longer.
One of the most helpful pro-
ducts for this purpose is La
France. It clears and freshens
colored fabrics, blues without
spotting or streaking, helps ac- .
cent bright patterns. La France
also eliminates the final rinse
water you use for bluing. Its
tiny beads do their work in
soapy water. You wash ond blue
with La France; It works shoul-
der-to-shoulder with your regu-
lar laundry soap or soapless de-
tergent. Just put it into the
wash water, rinse your clothes,
and hang them up White
clothes look whiter, gay fabrics
brighter, and every lerment
smells pure and sweet.
CRISP. TENDER. BROWN FIL-
LETS of fish are especially tasty
in hot weather. They make
marvelous companions for tall
cool glasses of iced tea and thin
slices of tomato and cucumber.
They go beautifully, with tossed
salads., in fact, they're ,' Just
about perfect for summertime
menus. If you1 like your fish to
be excellent quality and easy to
prepare, you can't go wrong on
Birds Eye Perch. The beauty of
these fish- Is not only that
they're the best of the catch, but
they've already had the work
taken out. The borres and. skin
have been removed, the fish cut
lengthwise and nacked neatly
and cleanly in cellophane. Be-
cause they're qulck-fjozen just
a little while after they're
caught. Birds Eye Perch never
have a chance to lose that
wonderful. Just-caught fresh-
ness. You can get Haddock or
, Cod in Birds Eye too. If vou pre-
i fer them. All cooking direction*
rare on the package.
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SUNDAY. AUGUST U 1951
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WEDDING SOLEMNIZED AT CRISTO REY CHURCH
FOR CARMEN CECILIA CBTARI AND RAUL ARANGO
In the presence of members o the immediate families.
and close relatives, Miss Carmen Cecilia Chiari, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto F. Chiari of Bella Vista was married
to Raul Aranto, Jr., son of Mr. asid Mrs. Raul Aranio of Golf
Heights.
Father Jesus Serrano performed the ceremony at Cristo
Rey .Church in Vista del Mar last evening.
The coro de Santa Cecilia sang
Schubert's "Ave Marta" and "Se-
renata de los Angeles." Sponsors
were the brlae's parents, the
bridegroom's parents; Mr. Raul
Roberto Orlllac. Mrs. Luz Chiari
de Garca de Paredes. Mr. Miguel
J. Moreno, and Mrs. Raquel A. de
Orlllac.
Escorted to the altar by her
father, the bride wore a gown of
White satin, nyion lace, and tulle.
It was fashioned with a V-neck-
llne, long sleeves, and full lace-
paneled skirt ending in a train.
Her voluminous veil ot tulle,
which was fastened to a coronet
of orange blossoms, covered her
face and over-laid her train. She
carried a bououet of white lilies.
Miss Lltabel" Guardia, her maid
of honor, was dresaed in a bouf-
fant gown of coral nylon tulle.
She wore a wreath of pink baby
roses and carried a matching
bouquet. The ring bearer was Rita
Cecilia Moreno. Ernesto and Ce-
cilia Orlllac were train bearers.
Mr: Brasmo Orlllac was best
man for the bridegroom. The
arras was carried by Rodolfo
Chiari Benedeti i. -
A reception for members of the
family was held at the home of
the bride's parents in Bella Vista.
After a wedding trip to Miami.
Florida, Cuba and Guatemala,
they will make their home at No.
53 Calle C In El Cangrejo.
Miss Jean Ferguson
Weds George Fears
In a mid-morning ceremony on
Saturday, Aug. 25 at the Fort A-
mador Post Chapel. Miss Jean
Ferguson, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert H. Ferguson of Moor-
head, Mississippi, became the
bride of Oeorge W. Fears, son of
Mr. Charles C. Fears and the late
Mrs. Fears of Waterbury, Con-
necticut.
The ceremony was performed
by Father Michael Wye, CM., of
St. Mary's Mission before an al-
tar decorated with baskets of as-
sorted flowers.
The bride was attired in a
white linen sheath dreas with
matching lace duster and hat.
She carried a bouquet of white
roses centered with an orchid.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Walter R. Malone of Gamboa,
who wore a pastel silk sheer dress
and carried a bouquet of pink
roles centered with an orchid.
Mr. R. D. Melanson of Gamboa
attended the bridegroom.
Following the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter R. Malone hon-
ored the members of the wedding
party with a wedding breakfast
at the Hotel Tivoli.
After a wedding trip, the cou-
ple will make their home at 501-C
Cocoll.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Rouns-
avllle of Dallas, Texas, have
announced tho engagement of
their daughter, Lela Mae to
Robert D. Mecaskey of Curun-
du, formerly of Oklahoma. The
marriage will take place at the
Corozal Chapei on August the
31st.
Miss Rounsavllle Is an em-
ploye of the Civilian Personnel
Of lice of the Army in Curundu.
Mr. MeCaskey is employed at
Albrook Air Force Base.
Leaving for Europe
Mr. Gus Alderete, for many
years a resident of La Chorrera,
is planning to leave this week via
P.a.A. plane for Europe to visit
his brother Julio In Parts, France.
At the end of November he will
travel to the United States to en-
roll In Armstrong College in Ber-
kely, California.
Returning Tomorrow
Mr. and Mrs. David Yerkes are
returning by Panam Railroad
ship on Monday after a tnree-
month vacation in the United
States.
Navy Club.in Fort Amador on
Friday, Aug. 31. at 10:00 a.m.
The chairman urges all mem-
bers to be present.
Rev. Shaw to Address
Federation Meeting
Reverend A. H. Shaw of the
Balboa Union Church will ad-
dress the meeting of the Pana-
m Federation of Christian Ser-
vice on Thursday, Sept. 20, at St.
Luke's Cathedral, starting at 8:45
a.m., the meeting will last half
day and end with a luncheon at
noon.
The president of the Federa-
tion urges all members of feder-
ated societies to keep this date In
mind and attend the meeting.
This Week's Hostesses
At the Little Gallery
Hostesses at the Little Gallery
of the Panam Canal Chapter of
the National Penwomen's League
in the Hotel Tivoli card room are
Monday, Anny Krlkl; Tuesday,
Gladys Barnard; Wednesday,
Gladys Barnard; Thursday, Eve-
lyn Moore; and Friday. Cornelia
Relmer. They will be on duty
from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Featured among the paintings
are the works of Cornelia Relm-
er.

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Chinas Red Boss Is Seen
Now At Odds With Moscow
HONG KONG, Aug. 25. (UP)
Foreign diploma.s In Peiping
believe Red China's ailing lea-
der, Mao-Tze-tung, is becoming
resentful of the secondary role
assigned his regime by the
Kremllm.
That report was brought here
from the Communist capital by
a Westerner. His personal as-
sociation with the diplomatic
corps gave him some glimpses
of life behind the Bamboo Cur-
tain. The Informant made these
other disclosures:
1. Foreign Minister Chou En-
lal is believed to have been
eclipsed by his former private
secretary, Vice Minister Han fu.
2. The Indian Ambassador.
Bardar Panlkkar. Is slated to be
recalled "for consultations" in
August, but is not expected to
return to the Red capital.
Western diplomats In Pelplng
who have seen Mao at his very
rare public appearances report-
ed that the Red leader looked
"flabby and weak."
It seemed apparent that Mao
has not fully recovered from
the Illness which forced him to
give up his official duties for
three months earlier this year.
.Observers In Pelplng said re-
cent writings by Chinese Com-
munist pundits have made It
clear that Red China is far.
from satisfied with Russia's pre-
dominant position In the Co-
mlnform. The Chinese continue
to acknowledge Marx, Engels,
Lenin and Stalin as the doc-
trinal ben rock of world Com-
munism, but they want to see
Mao up there too.
Thus far, Moscow has refused
to consider Mao as more than
a great revolutionary leader.
Mao wants the Kremlin to
acknowledge him as a philoso-
pher as well and to add Mao-
Ism to Marxism, Leninism and
Stalinism.
Pelplng In June started a na-
tion-wide press and radio cam-
paign to build up Mao as a
sclentlst-phllosopher-leader of
revolution, and his contributions
to world revolution.
Mao's Illness and virtual re-
tirement from public life were
said to be largely responsible
fo.r Chou's waning Influence.
Panlkkar, the principal cham-
pion of close cooperation be-
tween Pelplng and New Delhi,
was said to have embarrassed
the Indian government by lean-
ing too far to left.
His failure to dissuade the
Communist from marching Into
Tibet the observers believed,
furnished the Indian prime
minister. Jawaharlal Nehru,
with proof that Panlkkar s plan
of an Indian-Chinese "third
force" between East and West
was not feasible.
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Box 242, Qalum Ut$i>lt,n Q'alun 472
AFTERNOON TEA GIVEN
FOR MISS GLORIA BORNEFELD
Miss Beverly Reeves of Fort Gulick entertained with an
afternoon tea and surprise gift shower at the home of her
mother Mrs. W. R. Reeves Saturday from 4 until V p.m. She
was assisted by Mrs. Leonard Long and Miss Lee Van Siclen,
who presided at the tea table. The color scheme for the
afternoon was carried out in pink.
Miss Bornefeld will marry Milton Wilson of Port Arthur,
Texas, after their graduation from the University of Texas
at Austin this spring.
Those Invited to be present in-
cluded' Mrs. John M. Fahnes-
tock, Mrs. William A. Van Sic-
len, Jr.. Mrs. R. B. Ward. Mrs.
Howard R. Harris, Mrs. P. A.
Lawrance. Mrs. L. W. Chambers.
Mrs. Floyd W. Forrest. Mrs.
Carlton Hallett. Mrs. Lee Karl-
ger and Miss Nancy Karlger,
Mrs. Fred C. Wllloughby, Mrs.
John Ward, Mrs. William C.
Smith. Mrs. W. P. Qulnn, Mrs.
Paul R. Ftirr. Mrs, W. H. Nellis,
Mrs. E. W. Mlllspaugh. Mrs.
Merle Bergeson. Mrs. William P.
Nessler. Mrs. Hal Small. Mrs.
Oeorge Zimmerman, Mrs. Tho-
mas Paige. Mrs. William House!,
Mrs. H. H. Keepers. Mrs. Jo-
seph C. Hannlgan. Mrs. Antho-
ny Fernanda z, Mrs. Emerson W.
Cottrell. Mrs. Carl Brown, Mrs.
'Ann King. Mrs. M. Lee Nash.
Mrs. Frank Dorgan. Mrs. Lee R.
Bell. Mrs. Leonard Long. Mrs.
! Arthur Albright and Mrs'. Julius
H. Bornefeld.
A. Newhard. the Associate Pa-
tron. Mrs. Fred C. Wllloughby,
the secretary, Mrs. Howard R.
Harris, the treasurer. Mrs.
Starford Churchill, Sr.. the Con-
ductress. Mrs. William E.
Hughes, the associate Conduct-
ress Mrs. Spencer B. Smith, the
chaplain, Mrs. Edward Mllls-
paugh. the marshal, Mrs. Mary
Worley, Adah. Mrs. Stahford
Skinner. Ruth. Mrs. Whitman P.
Garrett. Esther, Mrs. George D.
Poole Jr. Martha Mrs. Michael
F. Greene, Electa. Mrs. Dee Bis-
hop. Warder. Mrs.. Henry Shirk
and Sentinel. Mr. Spencer Smith.
Mrs. Victor May. Jr., Worthy
Matron of Royal Palm Chapter
No. 1 and Mrs. Matilda Neeley of
Margarita also attended the af-
fair.
Despedida Luncheon
For 'Mrs. Keating
As a "despedida" to Mrs. Myles
Keating, who Is planning to leave
on Aug. 34 to make her home In,
the United States'. Mrs. Charles K.;
Wright was hostess for a lunch- j
eon in the Fern Room of the Ho-
tel Tivoli yesterday.
Included with the guest of j
honor were Mrs. Keatlng's moth- |
er, Mrs. Fred P. Hall. Mrs. Louise
Hartman, Mrs. William Verner,
Mrs. Lilah Burnett. Mrs. Burnett,
Mrs. Helen Kalar, Mrs. Eva Smith,
Mrs. Anna Rheney, Mrs. Russell
Hazzard. Mrs. Helen Rhodes. Mrs.
O. Oramllch, Mrs. F. G. Dawson,
Mrs. Leonard Wolford, Mrs. Bet-
ty Jorgensen, Mrs. June Hopkins,
Mrs. Florence Peterson, Mrs. A.
W. Goulet, Mrs. J. M. Thomson,
Jr., Miss Jean Williams, and Miss
Mary Margery Rita Goulet.
Buffet-Dansant Held
At The Legion Club
About tour hunared people at-
tended a buffet supper ana dance
given by the Civilian Alti-Alr-
craft Auxiliary Program group ot
their instructors at the American
Legion Club last evening.,
special guestg at the party were
Commanaer-ln-Chiel Carlobean,
Lt. General William H. H. Morris.
Jr., and Mrs. Morris, Blrgadier
General and Mrs. March, Gov-
ernor of the Panam Canal and
Mrs. F. K. Newcomer, Colonel and
Mrs. Jacobs and Lt. Governor and
Mrs. Herbert Dv, Vogel.
Hospitality Committee
To Meet on August 31
The Hospitality Committee o
the Inter American Womens'
Club will meet at the Army and
(Best Se/ft
en
(Compiled by Publishers' Weekly)
Fiction
FROM HERE TO ETERNITY
James Jones.
THECAINEJUUTINY
Herman Wouk.
RETURN TO PARADISE
JamesA. Mlchener.

Returns to College A WOMAN CALLED FANCY
Mr. Francis A. Molther sailed, Frank Yerby.
on the Panam on Friday to re-
turn to Cornell University In It- THE FOUNDLING
haca, New York to resume his
studies. He is In his third year at
Architectural college.
By United Press
Dr. Martin Gumpert. a physi-
cian who Is also a philosopher,
has written a prescription for
happiness that he admits is dif-
ficult to fulfill. In his latest
book. The Anatomy of Happiness
(McGraw-Hill) he gives the fol-
lowing ten points for achieving
this desirable state: prevent phy-
sical suffering; prevent guilt; do
not accept Illusions; accept the
reality of death; do what you like
to do; keep learning; accept your
limitations; be willing to pay for
everything you get; be willing
and able to love; avoid secrets.
The book Is a wise and easily read
discussion of the complexities of
modern life and how to harmon-
ize them....
Despite the fact there have
been a great many war books
written about escaping prisoners,
Alone He Went by Anthony Rich-
ardson (Norton) Is perhaps a
notch above most of them. This
Is a non-fictional account of how
Basil Embry. nowcommander-ln-
chlef of the R.A.F. fighter com-
mand, escaped from the Germans
after being shot down over
France In May, 1940. His ingen-
uity in eluding the Nazis and his
perseverance rn the face of terri-
fic odds, brought him safely
through some rugged situations..
The Crisis in Human Affairs by
John G. Bennett (Hermitage):
This English physicist believes
that the world is at the end of a
2500-year epoch during which the
"grand idea" of our civilization
has been the development of man
as an Individual. But after 100
generations this Idea has become
harmfully distorted into a gross
exaggeration of man's Import-
ance and power. Bennett takes a
cosmic view of things In which
present chaotic events are made
to fit into a larger significant
pattern...,.
In a 186-page novel, Pressure
Chinese Reds Mapping
Verbal War On West
HONG KONG. Aug. 25. (U.P.) | agency to Improve the educa-
The Chinese Communists are : tlon of the off-spring of over-
planning a war of words on' seas Chinese In an effective
capitalist countries.
The Communist are short of
people who have the know-how
of the western democracies.
Consequently, they are going
after Chinese who live In other
countries to enlist them In their
"cause."
The minister of education.
Ma Hsu-lun, disclosed plans to
send agents abroad to win over
Chinese students In "capitalist
countries." His Idea Is to "bore
within" Chinese children a-
broad. according to the official
New China News Agency. Re-
porting on educational tasks for
1951, Ma proposed:
manner.
Ma also made the following
disclosures:
1. In the past year, substan-
tial progress had been made In
doing away with the pro-Amer-
ica, revere-Amerlca, fear Amer-
ica tendencies of certain people.
2. Forty-thousand university
and high school students have
been Induced to enroll In officer
training schools.
3. The goal for 1951 Is the
enrollment of 35,000 students In
schools of higher education.
4. New text books are being
compiled at all levels and in
virtually all subjects. Soviet
Buffet Supper Party
Compliments Miss Perret
Mr. and Mrs. Anthonv Fer-
nandez of Margarita, entertain-
ed at their home Friday evening
with a buffet supper party com-
plimenting Miss Colette Perret
of Colon on her birthday. The
guests Included the following
mebers of the family and close
friends: Mrs. Fernandez' par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E.
Glawson of Balboa. Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome F. Prfteger of Balboa,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cotton
of Diablo. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
C. Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Perret. Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Perrett. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. Wen-
dell Cotton. Mr. and Mrs. Wor-
den E. French Mr. and Mrs.
Charles F. Hardy and James
Fernandez.
1. The dispatch of limited texbooks will be the standard
numbers of students to study guide In mathematics, physics,
abroad and to try to gain over i chemistry and other scientific
a, part of the Chinese students subjects. Curricula also are be-
stdylng in capitalist countries.
2. To keep in close touch with
the commission of overseas
Chinese affairs for the esta-
blishment of a central guiding
lng revised at all levels.
5. "Large numbers of Inter-
mediate technical personnel"
must be trained at the high
school level.
Flying Jeep Next On Army's List;
Old Road Bumper To Be Fleep
Cocktail Party
At La Loma
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Arias
tendered a cocktail party for a
group of friends last evening at
La Loma, residence of his moth-
er. Mrs. Carmen Espinosa de
Arlas.
Cardinal Spellman.
Hosts for Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eggles-
ton entertained a group of
lends with dinner at their resi-
dence on Fridav evening.
Non-Fiction
KON-TIKI
Thor Heyerdahl.
WASHINGTON CONFIDENTIAL
Jack Laft and Lee Mortimer.
A SOLDIER'S STORY
Omar N. Bradley.
A KING'S STORY
Duke of Windsor
THE SEA AROUND US
Rachel Carson.
ELKS
CHARITY
BALL
6t [ anama ^rrotel
October 5th
WASHINGTON, Aug. 25. (U.P.)
The Army Department re-
ports that the "mighty mite of
military mobility," the A Jeep,
soon may get wings.
Plans before research officials
(R*andom HusVi.Tu'thor'charTes cal1 ?r n alrphlblan-a Jeep
Francis Coe comes out of retire- i capable of operating In the air
ment to tell about a poor young !" *>lane or n ttie round as
wm led to his ruin by becom- wh*W^cl^ ^
tough vehicle that became al-
most indispensable to the Ar-
my In World War II and proved
itself both on the ground and
In the water, is being measured
for a new mission.
The flying Jeep may be called
an airmobile or an autoplane.
Lovers of mystery tale, are pre-'^ ,me most llkel*
...! ,lfh tumnllr,,. .^nrnnU- SUCK IS Iieep.
lng associated with a crime syn-
dicate. The book obviously is an
attempt to cash in on the public
interest in crime generated by
the Senate Investigators, but lt Is
hastily and poorly written and
reveals no 'more Insight into
crime than any pulp detective
magazine story....
sented with a tempting smorgas-
bord by the members of the Mys-
tery Writers of America, an asso-
ciation of authors whose slogan is
"Crime does not payenough!"
A goodly sampling of their sto-
ries has been published under the
title 20 Great Tales of Murder.
Army officers who have flown
and driven the fleep's civilian
counterpart are enthusiastic a-
bout its performance and pos-
sibilities.
The civilian airmobile, devel-
oped by Continental. Inc.. of
edited by Helen McClcy and Brett oanbury. Conn., already has
Halllday (Random House.. A-, been apVoved bv the Civil Aer-
mong the 20 contributions are onautlcg AMOciation. Robert C.
stories by such experts as John |FuJtoni jr president of Con-
Dickson Carr, Ellery Queen. An-
thony Boucher. George Harmon
Coxe. All the stories were contri-
buted free and proceeds from the
book go to Mystery Writers of
America.... \
Pocket Books will Introduce a
new series of reprints next month
featuring "quality literature and
top-flight reference works." To be
know? as Cardinal Editions,
these 35c books will be reprints of
lengthy works like Tales from
the Arabian Nights. The Mer-
riam-Webster Pocket Dictionary,
Cakes and Aale and Other Favor-
ites bv W. Somerset Maugham,
the Pocket Bible. Four Great His-
torical Plays by William Shakes-
oeare, The Rand McNally-Pocket
Book of Short Stories and Rogers
Pocket Thesaurus. The new edi-
tions will not replace Pocket
Books but will be Issued concur-
rently with them on the first of
each month.
those obstacles can be conquer-
ed.
The flying Jeep Is Just a few
steps from reality. It Is another
example of civilian ingenuity
converted to military needs. At
the same time, Army planners
are investigating the possibility
of developing a helicopter Jeep,
which If successful, would have
an advantage over the alrphl-
blan fleep In that lt could land
almost anywhere.
Dog And Squirt Gun
Rout Visiting
Bee Swarm
RU8HVILLE. Ind., Aug. 25
(UP) Mayor Russell Coons en-
visioned a burglar prowling in
his home when he walked up the
Iront steps and heard his dog
Stinker barking and growling.
Coons entered cautiously and
found 8tinker waging war with
a swarm of bees In the dining
room.
The mayor warily went for a
squirt gun of Insecticide and
sprayed the room.
Two hours later, the battle
was won with no casualties a-
tinental. said it Is ready for
production.
Fulton made tests for Armv
22SffiJnJfJPWi h0W liS monK the mayor's forces except
airphlbian could be converted fo h.._|.',. Ihplr Br.
from an aircraft to a road vehl- ''
cle in less than five minutes
and from a road vehicle to an
aircraft In less than seven min-
utes.
The Army's version of the
fleeD would be in line with a
continuous search for means of |
making ground combat forces
more mobile. The fleep would
permit reconnaissance, observa-
tion, movement of men, evacua-
tion of wounded, and supply
and transport functions either
on the ground or In the air.
Plans presented to Armv re-
search and development offici-
als outline a single engine,
closed-cabin, high-winged air-
craft. It would b quickly con-
vertible by one person without
tools to a land operable vehicle.
While aloft, the dual-purpose .
carrier would accommodate a-t
Dllot and observer. Including
their parachutes and tactical
radio equipment. It would seat
at least four occupants when
used as a ground vehicle.
Sketches of the contemplated
fleeD resemble both the present
*rmy liaison type plane and
the sturdy Jeep.
-^,n du-ate military air-
ground vehicle would be re-
Shtri 1? tTOm unorepared
""trtpg and drive over unlm-
S"veltrFd' T* vea-r, oMest- '
iff tvn 'he f,vlllan mdel in
rain h, cl,matic and ter-
rain conditions have proved
22nd Graduation Exercise Held
at USAR Caribe School
The formal graduation exercis-
es for the 150 members of the
22nd graduating class of the
USAR CARIBE School at Fort
Gulick were held in the school
auditorium at 2:15 Friday after-
noon. A reception was held In
the academle room of the school
afterward. Mrs. James Pumpel-
ly, wife of the commandant of
the school, arranged the flow-
ers for the refreshment table.
The Invocation for the after-
noon was given by Chaplain
(Captain) James E. Hemann.
who also pronounced the bene-
diction. Colonel James W.
Pumpelly. commandant of the
school, made the Introduction
for the occasion. The principal
speaker for the afternoon was
Lt. Commander Laurence
Breece. U.S.N.R.. Surveyor to
the American Bureau of Ship-
ping for the Canal Zone and
Northern Columbia Area. Pre-
sentation of diplomas was made
bv Brigadier General Francis A.
March. Chief of Staff of the
United 8tates Army Caribbean.
The following countries were
represented bv members of the
graduating class: Bolivia, Co-
lombia. Cuba. Guatemala. Nicar-
agua. Panama El Salvador and
the United States of America.
Music for the afternoon was fur-
nished by members of the 71st
Army Band from Fort Clayton
under the direction of WOJG
lliomas E. Goldcr. Diplomas
were awarded for completion of
the following courses: Engineer-
ing; Engineer Instructor; Heavy
Equipment; Tactics; Special
Communications and Motor Me-
chanics; Officer's leadership;
Unit 8upply Course; Cook's
(course "D,'<) Motor Sergeant's
Course, Combat Vehicle and
Wheel Vehicle.
A reception and tea followed
the graduation exercises. The
preparations for the refresh-
ments were In charge of Major
J. J. McCarthy. Chief of Food
Service Division at the school.
High ranking officials of Pan-
ama, the Canal Zone and Army.
Navy and Air Force were Invited
to attend.
a au outdarto
NEWZfALAMPPROPUCT
Coral Chapter Officers
Visit Orchid Chapter
Members of Orchid Chapter
No. 1 at Balboa has the officers
of Coral Chapter No. 2 Order of
the Eastern Star as their special
guests at their meeting Friday
evening at the Scottish Rite
Temple l-i Balboa. A covered
dish supper preceded the meet-
ing. Those who motored across
the Isthmus to the meeting In-
cluded the Worthy Matron. Mrs.
John M. Fahnestock. the Worthy
Patron. Mr. William E. Hughes,
the Associate Matron. Mrs. Fred
Cathedral of the Pines
Gets Soldier Memorial
RINDGE. N. H.. Aug. 25 (UP)
A bronze war memorial, inten-
ded for Arlington National Cem-
etery, will be placed at the beau-
tiful Cathedral of the Pines
here.
The memorial is a statue of
Jesus on the cross looking with
divine compassion on a dying
soldier.
Leonard Craske. a Boston
sculptor, completed the war me-
morial but died before lt could
be cast In bronze.
Trustees of his estate decided
against placing lt in Washing-
ton, preferring tlia Rlndge loca-
tion an outdoor place of wor-
ship created in memory of a
World War II lieutenant killed in
action
Visit In Santa Clara
Mr. Clarence A. Green of Ga-
tun and his son Darell. motored
to the interior Friday and will
spend two days visiting with
friends in Santa Clara.
Weekend Visitors in
Las Cumbres
Mr. and Mrs. Howard R Har-
ris of Gatun. spent the weekend
on the Pacific side as the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. James Kennedy
at their home In Las Cumbres.
Mrs. Eppley Visits in Gatun
Mrs. Edith Eppley of Pedro
Miguel motored to the Atlantic
Side Friday and spent the week-
end with her son and daughter-
in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A.
Newhard of Gatun.
CrUtebal Rebakah Club
to Meet Tuesday
The Crlstdbal Rebekah Club
No. 2 will meet at the Cristobal
Masonic Temple Tuesday at 8
p.m. Mrs. Emma Estes. Noble
Grand will preside at the meet-
ing.
Mr. and Mrs. Bidder* to
Sp-'ud Two Weeks in Florida
Mrs. William Badders of Ga-
tun left the Isthmus by plane,
esrly Saturday morning en route
to Miami. Florida, where she will
visit with her son William Bad-
ders who Is attending the Emo-
ry Riddle school there. Mr.
Badders will leave by plane Mon-
day morning eh route to Jack-
sonville. Florida, where he will
attend the National Convention
of Fleet Reserve associations
which will be held there Septem-
ber first through the fourth.
Mrs. Badders will attend tfu\
convention with hi mand then
they will spend a week with their
son In Miami. Mr. Badders is %
past president of the Fleet Re-
serve association at Coco Solo. ...
Miss Dove I Entertain for
Mrs. Stringer J
Miss Paula Dovel of New Cris-
tobal entertained with a lunch-^
eon given at the home of her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. John A
Dovel Friday noon. The party.,
was a farewell for Mrs. Durwood
Stringer, who left bv plane ear-
ly yesterday mordnlng. en rout
to Fulton, Missouri, where she
and her daughter Cassle Lou will
Join Mr. Stringer. The other,
guets were former classmates
with Mrs. Stringer. Miss Ann
Newhard and Miss Jean Dough.
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THE SUNDAY AMERICAN
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SUNDAY, AUGUST , 1951
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. 67 "H" StreetPanam
No. I _. I; a Central AveCalan.
Minimum tor
12 words
3* each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:1951 Crosley 4-burner
electric range. Automatic oven and
other features. 60 cycle. 9-B. 6th.
St. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE: Universal eutomotic
electric stove ond We.stinghouse
table top automatic Hot Woter
Heoter, Both excellent condition
Telephone Panama 3-lffc3.
FOR SALE:Eurteko Vocuum Clean-
ner. complete with attachments.
$.45.00. I Sui.beam mixmoster
v.iih juicer $20.00. Both excellent
condition. Telephone 86-4218.
FOR SALE:6 Strand Bomboo Llv-
ingroom suite, mohogony dining-
room suite, bed. night table, three
pair drapes with Matching Bed
Soreod. misc. items. 1401-A. Carr
' St., Balboa. C Z.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
PONTUC
The lest Bargain
in Used Cars!
Reconditioned & Guaranteed
C I V A, S. A.
Year Pentlec Dealer

FOR SALE:1950 Oldsmobile #88
4 door sedan with oil accessories.
$2,000.00. 827-D. Empire St..
Balboa. C. Z.
FOR SALE: Pontiac Sedan 1949.
block, 4-door, 8 tube rodio and
new seat covers. 17,000 octual
miles. In new car condition inside
and out. Give away price of only
$1.450.00 and duty poid. This is
the car buy of the yeor. May be
seen by appointment at the Ft.
Dovis Exchange Garage, phone Ft I
Dovis 467.
MISCELLANEOUS
0e you have drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics Anonymous
Bo 2031 Ancn. C. 2.
RESORTS
We notify our aviculturist custom-
ers that we hove just received o
new shipment of the insurmount-
able Ful-O-Pep feed which is on
sale at the "Molino Criollo," No.
61 "B" Avenue. The prices, ony
kind, in 100 Lb. sock $6.70. 25
lb. sock $1.70.
Duty paid. Qtrs. 542-D. Cocoli.
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i i

.; FOR SALE: Two sets of carpets. |
each set eensistina of two cor- '
pets one set far $25, tha othar
far $75 open to often. Phone
! Panama 2-0027 or 3.07.
;( .*-.....r FOR RENT:1941 Ford $300. Good
.J FOR SALE: G. E. refrigerator, 25, tires, motor. Box 85, Diablo. Phone
i cycle, good condition. $45.00. 4 2-2810 3:30 to 4:30 weekdays.
' porch shodes. Venetian blinds, I i------------------------------------------- -
l2**tetric fon. reasonable. House FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobile 98
if*'' 1448-C. Balboo. Telephone 2-1 convertible. Excellent condition.
in J53
J FOR SALE:Steel & wicker furni-
ture for 3 rooms. Cooking uten-
sils Di:hej All for $250. 0428 K.
Ar.eoVi.,-
FC~ SALE:7 ft. Westinghruse re-j
.tripa/olor, 25 cycle. 8 inch, tilting I
>_ tab' sow with new 1-2 H. P., 25 j
V cycle motor. Two large rugs.
Other househuli goods. 1948!
Chevrolet, Aero Sedan 5516-A.
FLiins St. Diablo.
FOR SALE60 cycle Kenmore wash-
ing machine 3 yeors old. Very
good condition. $75.00. House
% 663-B. CurundU Heights.
" FOR SALE: 3 piece cushioned !
Chinese bamboo, $125.00. Phone
83-6fl6. I
~ FOR SALE
Real Estate
Bids will be received in the office
of the Generol Manager, Commis-
sary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z.,
until 3:00 p. m., Friday, Septem-
ber 14, 1951. when they will be
opened in public, for furnishing
450,000 pounds, or alternatively
225,000 pounds of Fine Granulat-
ed Sugoi. Forms of proposal, with
full particulars, moy be obtain-
ed in the office of the Supply &
Service Direcior, Balboa Heights,
or of the General Manager, Com-
missary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z.
USED CARS
Complete selaction maker and
models
check our cars and prices
They Are The Best!
C I V A, S. A.
Year Paafiac t> Cadillac Dealer
FOR SALE:Sailing Friday. 1950
Chevrolet Fleetline sedan $1,400.
Smith. House 5965-C, Diablo.
Zone, telephone 2-1386.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
CURUNDU NURSERY SCHOOL
Will the parents of new pupils who
wish to start their children in Nur-
sery School at the beginning of Sep-
tember register them now ot the
Community Building. Curundu. Chil-
dren moy enter from 2J years.
Hours 8.00 o. m. until II o. m.
Monday thru Friday. Telephone 83-
2168, transportation provided.
Gromilch's Sonta Claro beach-
cottages. Electric fee boxes, got
stove, moderate retes. Phone 6-
541 o, 4-567.
CASINO SANTA CLARA
Panama's Most Populor Residential
ond Recreational Suburbian Develop-
ment. Building Lots ot Reasonable
Prices. Overnight cabins ot $2.00
person. A la Carte Restaurant, 7 to
II P. M.
Williams Santa Cloro Beach Cottoges.
Two bedrooms, Frigidoires. Rock-
gos ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Phillips. Beoch cottages, Santo Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Panama
3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Beginning September
15th, apartment with oil modern
conveniences in "El Congrejo."
Consist of 3 bedrooms, livingroom,
diningroom, 2 bothrooms, maid's
room, goroge. hot woter, etc., tele-
phone 2-1456, Panamo.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wove, $7.50.
Why hove o home permanent?
. .with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, and no guar-
antee when you can have a
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will last longer. and
look better! These can be had
Monday thru Thursday. Make your
appointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
o. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
*~UMMERCIAL&
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEMS
where the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
279 Central Ave.
Tel. 3-0140.
New
with
synchro compur shutter
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY
124 Central Ave.
(adjoining: Intern. Hotel)
ROYAL GET-TOGETHER Britain's Royal Family gets together for a party at Balmoral
Castle, Scotland, to celebrate Princess Margaret's 21st birthday. Left to right: Princess Eliza-
beth with baby Princess Anne. Princess Marga ret, and Queen Elizabeth. King George looks
over Elizabeth's shoulder.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
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FOR SALE:Property 16.520 sq.
meters of lond locoted on Trans-
' lithmidn highwoy. 7 miles from
the city opposite Lions Club Agri-
culture School (Colonia Infantil).
It has more than 350 fruit trees,
water well with a pump that sends
the water to a concrete basin of
1,650 cubic feet, o house, chicken
shed. etc. For nformotion call
Tel. # 2-2244 (Panamo) ond
osk for Mr, Jimmy Mandarakas.
WANTED: Late model Cushman
or Solsbury motor scooter, must be
good condition, reasonable price.
Coll 2-1787 Panamo. After 5:30
P. M. and Sunday 3-2126.
FOR SALE:Adjoining lots in La<
Cumbres, totaling 910 M*. plumb-
ing and electricity available, it-
r; troctive price. Call Panama 3-
!, 40671.
LESSONS
LESSONS:New pupils will be re-
ceived Sept. 4. at Individual School.
Call Hoffman 4-553..
Help Wanted
WANTED:Maid for light house-
work anti core baby. Must live in.
Apply Fuller Brush Store, No. 18
"J" street. Ponoma.
Soviet Brand of Romance Fails
To Balk Cupid in East Germany
l
Bv JOSEPH FLEMING
linked Press Staff
Correspondent
BERLIN. (UPi People still
are getting married for love or
for money in Communist-run
East Germany.
Soviet zone propagandists, in
their magazine serials, radio
soap operas and. "films would
have vou believe that only In-
dustrial "activists" and those
Who score high In Marxist dial-
ectics attain romance.
Nevertheless, widowers with
furnished homes, women with
dowries and "prettv voung girls"
are more sought after than
holders of a Communist Party
card
Love Still Love
Marriage advertisements in
East German newspapers run
lde by side with Communist
attacks on capitalism and Am-
erican-style pin-up girls, but
gain and beauty seem to motiv-
ate the men and women seek-
ing mates.
"Farmer's daughter with fur-
niture and good linen supply
seeks acquaintance with the
purpose of marriage of a man
with his own house" Is a typic-
al advertisement which appear-
ed In the Communlst-edlted
German Week.
"Teacher, five feet nine, good
; Goldfish-Eating Turtle
Executed by PoKce
NORTHAMPTON. Mass.. Aug.
j 25, (UP) For months, park
I- authorities were puzzled by the
I disappearance of hundreds of
; oldflsh from a pool at Chllds
\> Park.
I; Guards were posted in belief
i the "thieves" might be "smart
i* aleck" dates of girl students at
; < nearby Smith College,
i. Thev found they were wrong.
J The goldfish were being eaten by
. a big turtle that had found Its
way Into the pool. George J.
. Jernler. police chief ended its
career with a rifle.
appearance, seeks love match
with pretty voung girl" Is an-
other.
As bait, the applicants offer
everything from automobiles,
boats and dairy farms to a
"blameless oast."
Big Business
Love has become a big busi-
ness In Germany, in the East
as Well aa the West. It isn't
exactly for sale but a small In-
vestment can put you well on
the road to finding a "suitable
comrade for life" or lust some-
one Interested In "mutual re-
creation."
Countless marriage bureaus
and newspaper departraents
have sprung up to capitalize on
marital dislocations caused bv
the war and the excess of wo-
men over men.
Six years of Communist rule
appears to have had no effect
on the emotions that prompt a
boy to meet a girl.
Take the "22-vear-old brunet-
te" for example, who advertised
for "a man up to 30 who is in-
terested in movies, theater, ope-
ra, dancing and above all Is a
water rat who likes to swim in
the summer and take long
walks In the woods."
Husbands Who Run Out
Find Law Follows Trail
CHICAGO. Aug. 25 (UPl Fa-
thers who try to duck responsi-
bility by running out on their
families are finding it more diffi-
cult these days, according to the
Council of State Governments.
Twenty-three states this year
adopted laws compelling hus-
bands who flee to neighboring
states to support their depen-
dent wives and children.
This brings to 39 the number
of jurisdictions with reciprocal
non support legislation, the
council said.
New York adopted the first
such law in 1948. Prior to that
there was no effective civil rem-
edy to force support and the
criminal process was Impractical
because of the high cost of ex-
tradition. '
FOR SALE:- Four good W/S/W tires
and tubes, 650 x 16, 6 ply, re-
treaded. Tel. Balboa 1463.
FOR SALE: Doberman pinschers
blacks-reds. Cristobal 3-1284.
FOR SALE:Riding horse ond saddle
for children $65.00, bunk beds
without springs or mattress, $40.-
00, white kitchen work bench
$15.00. Phone Balboa 3321.
FOR SALE: Boxer Puppies, tho-
roughbreds Males $60.00. Femles
$50 Immediote delivery. 5337-
D. Davis St., Diablo.
MOTHERS. protect baby's feet the
best safest way you can. JUMPING-
JACK Shoes arc recommended by
specialists. Sold exclusively at
ABYLANDIA. No. 40, 44th St.,
Bella Vista, Tel. 3-1259.
Along The Fairways
The Gamboa Junior Men's Golf
Tourney was launched with a
bang Friday morn with a turnout
better than was expected. Both
Fort Amador and Summit Hills
were represented In the twenty
men qualifying rounds, In addi-
tion to a fine field o Gamboa
Juniors.
Medalist prize was won by Da-
vid. Henderson on a wet, rugged
course, with a good 98. A lot of
senior Isthmalns, who played in
the recent P.A.A. Invitational
Tournament will admit this is
not at all bad. Dick Shobe, also
of Gamboa, was runner-up with
an even 100 and Sandy Hlnkle,
one of the Isthmus' really prom-
ising youngsters from Fort Ama-
dor finished third with 102 after
a good 50 on the out nine.
The week end was allowed for
nractice and application of fun-
damentals which the tournament
i/.ay, liKe nothing else can, show-
ed the boys they needed.
ThLs department was hlgh-
H bv the appearance of
Charley MacMurray Saturday
>-...... who gave free lessons
to all interested boys. Monday
will see the beginning of the
match play which will In Itself
be new to most of the entries.
Results of qualifying rounds
and matches for next week are
as follows:
QUALIFYING Henderson 98,
Shobe 100, Hlnkle 102, J. Goodln
103, "Butch" Hope 105, Dick
Gramllch 109, J. McGahhey 111,
Jim Suddaby 112 Ronnie Bau-
mann 118, Jimmy Drlscoll 120,
Jim DesLondes 121, Jimmy Morris
122, Don Huff 126, Kenny Morris
128. Al Hope 130, Jimmy Richard-
son 151.
MATCH PLAY-Flrst Round.
Championship Flight: Hender-
son vs. Butch Hope; Jeff Goodln
vs. McGahhey; Shobe vs. Gram-
lich; Hlnkle vs. Suddaby.
FIRST ROUND, ConsolaUon
Flight: Ronnie Bauman vs. Don
Huff: Jimmy Morris vs. Al Hope;
Drlscoll vs. Kenny Morris; Des-
Londes vs. Richardson.
FOR SALE: Cushmon "Husky" 3
wheel motor Scooter. Very good
condition. New tires. See anytime.
718-B. Prado. Balboo.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Clean comfortable fur-
nished rooms, maid service, high-
ly recommended. No. 5, I St., op-
posite Tropical Theotre. Tel. 2-
1541.
FOR RENT:Furnished rooms with
or without board. Cool, deal, rea-
sonable. 48lh Street No. 7, Bella
Vista.
Mystery Suicide
Remains Mystery
SEATTLE. Wash., Aug. 25 (UP)
Nearly four years ago police
found the body of a well dressed
man. about 40, in an alley here.
The man had been shot once
and a .45 caliber revolver was by
his side. The coroner's office list-
ed It a suicide and set about to
establish Identity.
Although there were no napers
on the body, coroner's officers
figured it would be an easy case
to solve. The man wore specially
built shoes because one leg was
shorter than the other.
"Just another like hundreds of
cases we get," officials said.
Weeks dragged by then months
and finally years. The quest for
identity has led across the coun-
try but officers admit thev are
no closer to a solution today
than they were then.
They admit a note left bv* the
man apparently had as much
truth as prophecy. The last part
of the note read. "... an inves-
tigation of mv death will be a
waste of time."
Housewives Adopt
Indian Orphanage
LEVITTOWN, N.Y., Aug. 25
(UPi Three hundred house-
wives in this post-war suburban
community have "adopted" an
entire orphanage ln famine-rid-
den India.
Learning that the 120 boys of
St. Anthony's Orphanage in Al-
leppey. India, were going hun-
gry, the members of the Rosary
Confraternity at St. Bernard's
Roman Catholic Church decided
to "adopt" them.
Now each housewife buvs an
extra package of food on her
weekly shopping tour. The pack-
ages are collected and shipped to
the orphange every month.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
, 22 E. 29th St.
MIAMI JALOUSIES
ln glass, wood and aluminum.
Traverse
Curtain Rails.
Installed in
any length.

Transparent
Fade Pro-
tecting
window shade.

The new
COWES
VENETIAN
BLIND.
amazing low
prices.
R. A. COWES y Ga.
Tel. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 67
It's Called Gizmograph
And It Does Wonders
By FRANK JORDAN, Jr.
CHARLESTON, W. Va Aug.
25. (U.P.)Two young Charles-
ton inventors have devised a
machine that creates a three-
dimensional scale model of a
landscape from ordinary two-
dimensional aerial photographs.
The process takes less than
one hour.
The electronlcally-ope rated
machine Is called a gizmograph
by its inventors. Lewis E. Whin-
nery. 25, and Robert E. Mar-
tens. 31.
Whinnery said the gizmo-
graph has so many possibilities
for aiding in the rapid briefing
of pilots on their targets that
many parts of it are classified
secret by defense department
officials.
Whinnery explained that a
plane returns with two pictures
of one square mile of enemy
land taken from slightly diffe-
rent angles. His machine then
will cut a model of the land,
complete with hills and valleys,
out of a two-foot-square section
of foam plastic.
To make the model larger re-
quires onlv additional time.
,-------------------------------------. ...-._>---------------------
The secret of the gizmograph
Is in how It adds the vital third
dimension of depth to the di-
mensions of length and width
found in the pictures.
The two pictures are develop-
ed and beamed downward into
a hermetically-sealed tank from
twin projectors.
This dual projection provides
a three-dimensional view simil-
ar to those seen by looking
through old-time stereoscopes
at prints of the Leaning Tower
of Pisa and other scenic won-
ders.
Inside the glass tank is a gas.
the nature or -which Whinnery
won't disclose. This gas is ener-
gized with high frequency radar
lmpluses from outside. The re-
sult is that the contour of the
land In the photograph Is cap-
tured inside the tank ln the
form of a semi-transparent sur-
face of electronic particles.
A tiny beam of light pro-
jected through one side of the
tank travels back and forth a-
cross that surface. A photo-
electric cell mounted beside the
lamp records the height of the
light as It scans the artificially-
created surface.
I
Impulses from the photo-elec-
tric cell travel to three separ-
ate motors that control the
horizontal, vertical and lateral
position of a cutting knife sus-
pended over the block of plastic.
As the. light inside the tank
of gas moves up and down a-
cross the electronically-made
surface, the knife duplicates its
movements and carve, the foam
plastic Into an exact replica of
the land in the original photo-
graohs.
The proportion of the size of
the model to the original sur-
face, the speed of the revolving
knife and other details are gov-
erned from an elaborate con-
trol panel.
When the model is finished It
can be coated with emulsion
and the black and white picture
of the land can be transferred
to It through the process that
allows us to transfer photo-
graphs onto neckties, plates and
other objects.
Thus, the completed model
not only has depth, width and
length but also shows rivers,
trees, houses, airports and other
installations ln two-dimensional
detail.
Freitas, Ex-Big Leaguer, Manager And
Winningest Pitcher In C League At 43
All In a Lifetime
DES MOINE8. la. (UP) Gar-
field E, Roggesack, 70, a locomo-
tive engineer, kept a detailed re-
cord of his lifetime earnings. On
the day he retired. Roggesack had
earned $141,708 ln 49 years of
railroading.
Official Protests Chicago
Policemen Underpaid
CHICAGO. Aug. 25 (UP) _
Chicago doesn't pay Its police-
men enough to attract candi-
dates for the force, an official
says.
Capt. Stephen Naughton. head
of the department's training di-
vision, said he was having trou-
ble getting together 100 recruits
for a class he wanted to start.
The force wants to add 300
men to Its rolls but the starting
pay of $3,430 a year isn't high
enough to compete with pay
scales ln private industry.
Forty-eight officers on leave
were asked to return to the ranks
but only three accepted. The re-
mainder aaid they were making
too much on their new (obi to
leave them.
PET HOSPITAL
U Via Parra (8. r'ranctaeo rid.)
acroM the bridge on the right
Or. i. V. r'trnandri u veterinary
Hourei a.m 12 noon D.m D.m
Phone 3-3129 Panama
P.O. Box 1S Panama
He Didn't (rave
A Cemetery Lot
CHICAGO, Aug. 25 (UP)
It was almost a case of the Ir-
resistible force meeting the im-
movable object.
David A. Grimes was deter-
mined to sell Walter H. Debolt
a cemetery lot. Debolt was de-
termined not to buy.
When Grimes showed up at
his front door, Debolt slammed
it in his face.
Grimes rang again.
"I want Wit! to know I am not
In the habit of having people
slam doors ln my face." he asid.
Debolt was sorry and said so.
This time he closed the door
gently.
Again the bell rang. This time
according to Debolt. Grimes
shoved his foot across the
threshold. Debolt stamped on
it. ,
Grimes yelped, then said: "At
least, you might give a guy a
drink of water"
Debolt obligingly got a glass-
ful. Grimes drank half of it,
paused, and said "Say, I don't
think I like you."
At that point. Debolt said, the
salesman poured the rest of the
water over his head.
That was when they really
got down to pushing each other
around.
Police broke up the squabble
and Debolt went back Into his
house and Grimes went back to
selling his cemetery lots but
not to Debolt.
SCOOTS 2.700 MILES
BREWER. Me. (U.P.). Mrs.
Robert B. Thompson made a
2.700-mlle trip here by motor
scooter from her home at Ar-
lington, Tex. She did it ln 45
day.
By DON SLINKARD
NEA Special Correspondent
MODESTO, Calif.,' Aug. 25-
(NEA (Anybody will tell you a
Class c. manager has to be fath-
er mother and housemaid to his
ballplayers.
With Antonio Freitas, 43-year-
old manager-pltcherofthe Mo-
desto Reds of the California
League, it goes even farther.
The graying southpaw already
Is old enough to be father of most
of his men. His son Is 24. But he
Is the primary reason the Reds
are not fussing for the peace and
quiet of the cellar.
Tony Freitas already has won
18 games against seven defeats
this season, making him the win-
ningest hurler in the league.
Any guardian of 17 athletes In
their teens or early 20s has prob-
lems. Then there are the Branch
Rickey reports. The Reds are a
Pirate affiliate.
Freitas must submit a dailv re-
port to Forbes Field covering
every aspect of the previous
night's game.
In spite of this, the Silver Fox
Is the work horse of his staff,
leads the circuit in complete
games at 20.
The five-foot, seven-and-a-
half Inch, 166 pounder is a dis-
penser of the nothing ball. Once
the owner of a good curve, he has
seen time dull Its sharpness since
he broke Into organized baseball
with Phoenix oi the old Arizona-
Texas League m 1928.
Today he is a control special-
ist. This is attested to by the 33
walks he issued this season in 205
Innings. In 1950 he passed only 37
ln 218 frames. His record was
20-6. after coming to the CL from
Sacramento of the Pacific Coast
League with about one month of
the campaign "jone. He personal-
ly won the play-offs with four
more victories in nine games.
It was with the Solons that
Freltaa enjoyed his best sum-
mers. He spent all or parts of 15
different seasons with them. He
worked for the Sacs from 1929 to
1932, threw a no-hit shutout
against Oakland, May 5 1932. He
won 19 games In two different
years before moving up to the
Philadelphia Americans.
His rirst year in the big show
was also his best. He had a 12-5
Tony Freitas
mark for the Athletics ln '32. Fol-
lowing 2-4 performance the
next year. Freitas was back on
the coast ln Portland. It was St.
Paul of the American Association
in '34, then to Cincinnati for '34-
35-36.
He. won 11 and lost 24 for Clncy.
In that period. That marked th
end of his major league career.
After a brief stop ln Columbus,
O., he went home to Sacramento.
Then came his best perform-
ances.. From 1937 through 1942,
Tony had six 20-game seasons In
a row: 23-12, 24-11, 21-18, 20-19,
21-15 and 24-13.
He spent three years ln the Air
Force, then back again to the
Solons. where he worked until he
joined Modesto.
After the two-time grandfath-
er's showing last season as the
best hurler, most-popular player
and top-gate attraction the loc-
ally-owned Reds made h'lm man-
ager for 1951. His earned-run
average topped the Cal league at
2.56. This season it is up to 3.51,
but still good enough to be a-
mong the loop's best.
In the majors his biggest
thrills were in striking out Babe
Ruth while with the A's and ln
hooking up in a 17-lnning dead-
lock with the Cardinals' Dizzy
Dean 18 years ago.
How long can Freitas keep at
"It all depends on how long the
legs last," he emphasizes. "Don't
let anyone tell vou It's your arm
that goes first.
Static Overcome
PULLMAN. Wash.. Aug. 25
(UP) A Washington State
College professor has been
granted a patent for an Inven-
tion that combats storm static In
airplanes a boon to commer-
cial pilots. Prof. Howard Dana's
device provides a means for
stopping electrical static which
garbles radio navigation devices
just when the pilot needs thjyn
most.
Only One Child Left On Island
And Sure, Now, He Wants To Quit
Bv BRENDAN WALSH
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BLASKET ISLAND. Ireland.
Aug. 25. (U.P.i Onlv one
child is left on this storm-
swept Atlantic island and he
wants to leave.
Gerry Kyne at the age of four
has suddenly realized that he
alone is voung on an island of
ruins, old folks and tiny cot-
tages whose huge peat fires
must burn the year round.
There are no shops, doctors
or priests. The boy has heard
only rumors of movies, auto-
mobileseven of the traditional
Irish dances.
His playmates are his two
grandfathers, the seagulls, the
rabbits and the sheep.
Gerry soon must start school
and there is no school. The
government cannot station a
teacher here Just for him.
Transport to the mainland is
so dangerous, few inhabitants
ever leave this "last outpost of
the Celtic empire."
"I want to go to New York.*
Gerry says. It seems he once
saw a picture of the skyscrapers
of Manhattan.
Gerry's parents, the island's
other 25 inhabitants and, for
that matters, the Dublin gov-
ernment, are worried over hi
desire to leave.
Young men for generation
have been threatening to de-
part but never could do so be-
cause somebody had to stay to
tend the old. Now there Is only
one child left.
HORSE LEFT ON OWN
PENN YAN, N. Y. (U.P.)
When Otto W. White returned
home after a long vacation ln
Florida he found a warrant a-
waitlng him. The charge was a-
bandonine a horse. He was ac-
cused of leaving his saddl
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PAGE SEYEN
Radio Programs
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Sunday, Auf. It
A.M.
8:00Sign On Musical Inter-
lude
8:15Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:30-Hymns of All Churches
9:00BIBLE AUDITORIUM OF
THE AIR
0:15Good Neighbors
9:30 London Studio Melodies
(BBC)
10:00In the tempo of Jazz
10:30Your American Music
11:00NATIONAL LOTTERY
(SMOOT AND PAREDES)
11: ISThe Sacred Heart Pro-
gram
11:30Meet the Band
12:00Invitation to Learning
(VOA)
P.M.
12:30Salt Lake Tabernacle
Choir
1:00The Jo Stafford Show
1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
2:00Lohengrin
Hour
430What's Your Favorite
6:00BBC Feature
7:00American Round table
(VOA)
7:30Through the SDortsglass
7:45Radio Varieties U.S.A.
8:00Sports Roundup and News
(VOA)
8:15Report from Congress
(VOA)
8:30Almanac from America
(VOA)
9:00United Nations Review
(VOA)
9:30Excerpts from Blng Cros-
by Shows (VOA)
10:00American Symphony
11:00Sign Off
Monday, Aur
A.M.
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:00News
9:15Stand By For Adventure
9:30As I See It
10:00News
10:05Off the Record
11:00News
11:05Off the Record (Cont'd)
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00News
1:15Personality Parade
1:45American Favorites .
2:00Here Are The Answers
(VOA)
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Collector's Corner
4:00Music Without Words
4:15David Rose Show
4:30^What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back And Listen
6:15Evening 8alon
7.00 MARK TRAIL KELLOGG
7:30Sports Review
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00News and Commentary.
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:15Platter Parade (VOA)
8:45Battle Report (VOA)
9:00Story U.8.A. (VOA)
9:30Commentator's DI g e s t
. (VOA)
9:45Sports and News (VOA)
10:00The World At Your Win-
dow (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
MldniKht-Siirn Off.
Will Mechanical Brains
Do Tomorrow's Thinking?
WASHINGTON. D. C. Aug.
25. Science Is coming closer
to Its 300-year-old goal of
"thinking machines'' that can
take over where human minds
falter.
Already there are electronic
"giant brains"' that can scan a
mieronimed library at 120.000
entries a minute, make out a
factory's navroll or a city's tele-
phone bills automatically, rattle
out mathematical tables on el-
ectric typewriters, or chew
through equations that woiJlri
take a human calculator more
than a lifetime to solve .
In a London museum this
summer, the National Geogra-
phic Society savs. the great-
grandfather of these scientific
prodigies was mit on exhibition.
A mechanical calculator built
bv French mathematician. Blaise
Pascal in 1641. It employed prin-
ciples of addition, subtraction
and simple multiplication that
are still in use In desk-top ad-
dln< machines.
i.'nn first counted with his
fingers. From his two hands
car-? t*p decimal system of num-
ber with the magic base of 10.
Oddly enough, the most recent
electronic computers use a com-
pletely different system, "bin-
ary" numbers with a base of
two and only two dlelts. 0 and
1. (In the binary world, two
becomes 10. three Is 11. four is
100 the date 1951 would be
written 11110011111.)
Lop.r before the Christian era
opened, the curious calculating
Instrument called the abacus
had been invented. It was used
in ancient Egypt. Greece and
Rome, much as it Is used today
In India. China. Japan. Russia,
and In Chinese business places
In the United States.
A system of numbering rods
was Invented In 1617 by the
Scotchman John Napier Skep-
tics quicklv dubbed them "Na-
pier's bones." but they constit-
uted the earliest mechanical
means of multiplication. They
were used in many forms during
the 17th century.
It was not until the early
1800's that the idea of a true
"analytical engine" was pro-
posed by Charles Babbage. pro-
fesor of mathematics at Cam-
bridge University. His machine
was so complex that artisans
could not make sufficiently ac-
curate parts for It. Babbage
died before It was finished. On-
ly" today, In elephant-sized
electronic sequence calculators
that hum. clack and blink their
myriad lights In mysterious
patterns, are his ideas reach-
ing fulfillment.
Today's "brain" machines
Enlac. Blnac. Edvac. Seac, Un-
lvac. Zephyr, and Marks I, II.
Ill and IV are much more
that, overgrown abacuses. With
electronic brain cells, copper-
wire nerves and metallic me-
mories, they can work through
masses of figures and formulas
like a ship plowing through the
Sargasso Sea.
They make decisions, choose
between different courses of ac-
tion, determine Instructions by
themselves and generally "re-
member." Thus many scientists
sav such computers show at-
tributes of "thinking."
Yet actually they are morons.
If a machine were to be built
simulating all the nerve con-
nections of the human brain,
it has been estimated that it
would need a skyscraoer to
house It, the power of Niaeara
Falls to run It. and all of Nia-
gara's water to keep It cool.
Some dav such a "brain" may
be built, far faster and more
accurate than any human mind.
With techniques now known,
mathematicians predict the cal-
culating machine will eventual-
ly play perfect chess, orchest-
rate a melodv. forecast weather,
tvpe letters directly from dicta-
tion, or even beat the stock
market.
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Tuesday, Aug. 28
A.M.
6:00Sign On Alarm Clock
Club
7:30Morning Sale
8:15News (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Hawaiian Harmonies
9:06News
9s 15Sacred Heart Program
9:30A I See It
10:00News
10:05Off the Record
11:00News
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
PJW.
1:00News
1:15Personality Parade
1:45Rhythm and Reason
2:00A Call From Les Paul
2:15Date for Dancing
2:30Spirit of the Vikings
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Let's Dance
4:00Radio University
4:15Promenade Concert
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00PANAMUSICA STORY
TIME
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Master of Bailan trae
(BBC)
7:30PABST SPORTS REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00-^NEWS (VOA)
8:15What's On Your Mind
(VOA)
8:46Time for Business (VOA)
9:00Symphony Hall
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA)
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:15Musical Interlude
10:30Variety Bandbox (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
COIN* MY WAY?Pat Grady
waits with monogramed water
skis for an obliging speedboat
pilot to take her for a day's
ipmt on Biscayne Bay, Miami
Beach, Fia. (NEA)
Dan's Dilemma !
Dan's pockets had no silver
lining.
For tome money he was pining!
Then a P. A. Want Ad he
sighted.
Got a job...now he's delighted!
Wednesday, Aug. 9
A.M.
6:00Sign On
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:00News
9:15Stand By For Adventure
9:30As I See It
10:00Nows and Off the Record
10:05Off the Record
11:00News and off the Record
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News and Luncheon Mu-
sic
P.M.
12:30Popular Music
1:00News
1:15Personality Parade
1:45American Favorites
2:00Radio Forum (VOA)
2:15It's Time to Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Notes on Jazz
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Collector's Corner
4:00Music Without Words
4:15French In the Air (VOA)
4:30What's Your Favorite
5:30NEWS
5:35What's Your Favorite
(Contd.)
6:00Lean Back and Listen
6:15 Evening Salon
7:00Our Mutual Friend (BBC)
7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00NEWS and Commentary
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:15Twenty Questions (VOA)
8:45USAThe Continuing Re-
volution (VOA)
9:00Jo Stafford (VOA)
9:15Radio Forum (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports and Tune of Day
(VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
Thursday, Aug. 31
A.M.
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15-<-NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry Sears Presents
9:00NEWS
9:15SACRED HEART PRO-
GRAM
9:30As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
NoonNEWS
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45EXCURSIONS IN SCI-
ENCE
2:00Call For Les Paul
2:15Date for Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00American Debut
3:15The Little Show
3:30Let's Dance
4:00Music Without Words
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00PANAMUSICA STORY
TIME
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Make Believe Ballroom
(VOA)
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00World News (VOA)
8:15Cross Country. U.S.A.
(VOA)
8:45Jam Session (VOA)
9:00Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
(VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports Tune of Day and
, News (VOA)
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:15Musical Interlude
10:30Take It From Here (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off
US Labs Ready To Produce
Influenza Vaccine Quickly
By PAUL F. ELLIS
United Press Science Editor
NEW YORK. Aug. 25. (U.P.)
American laboratories are
ready to produce Influenza vac-
cine material on a moment's
notice and In double-quick time.
That is the good word from
Dr. W. Palmer Dearlng, acting
surgeon general of the U. S.
Public Health Service, who re-
ports that the surgeons general
of the Army. Navy and Air
Force have been taking part in
a co-operative program to in-
vestigate 'flu outbreak! In the
United States.
Dearlng said a single labor-
atory, after the strain of a
particular influenza virus has
been determined, could produce
as many as 1,000,000 doses of
vaccine material within five
weeks.
a
On the basis of the produc-
tion by one laboratory. Dearlng
believes a large number of la-
boratories could produce enough
vaccine In quick time to meet
the needs of the United States
In case another widespread epi-
demic struck.
During a recent test, one
pharmaceutical house prepared
1.000 doses of vaccine within 22
days and another did the Job
in 23 days. The strain used was
flown to this country from En-
Scientists Find Way To Pump
Blood Between Human Beings
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 25 (UP)
It doesn't have to be love any
more for one heart to beat for
two, according to a group o med-
ical scientists.
The doctors are working at the
National Cancer Institute at the
University of California's school
of medicine.
By a technique, called cross-
circulation, the arteries of two
people can be joined so that
their blood systems become as
one. according to Drs. Howard R.
Bierman. Ralph L. Byron, Keith
H. Kellv. Kenneth S. Dod and
Miss Patrice M. Black.
In that this'way the organs of
the healthy personheart, lungs,
kidneys, liver, etc,,can do the
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9:15Stand By For Adventure
9:30As I See It
10:00News and Off the Record
10:05Off the Record
11:00News and Of f the Record
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
l:00r-News
1:15Personalitv Parade
1:45American Favorites
2:00Songs of France (RDF)
2:15It's Time To Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Collector's Corner
4:00Music Without Words
4:15David Rose Show
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back and Listen
6:15Request Salon
7:00Britain Sings (BBC)
7:30-.SporU Review
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00News and Commentary
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:15Musical Notebook (VOA)
8:45Facts On Parade (VOA)
9:00The Jazz Club (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
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10:00Piano Playhouse (VOA)
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11:00The Owl's Neat
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M.
00Sign OnThe Alarm
Clock Club
30Jazz Salon
15News (VOA)
30Morning Varieties
45The Duke Steps Out
00News
15Women's World
30As I See It
00News
05Off the Record '
00News
05Off the Record (Contd.)
30Meet The Band
05NEW TUNE TIME (PAN-
AMUSICA)
.M.
: 05New TuncTlme
: 30Popular Music
: 00News
:15Personality Parade
:45Tour De France (RDF)
: 00Latin American Serenade
:15Date For Dancing
: 30Afternoon Melodies
: 45Battle of the Bands
:00March Time
: 15The Little Show
: 30McLean's Program
:45Musical Interlude
:00Let's Dance
:30What's Your Favorite
:00Guest Star
:15Masterworks from France
(RDF)
:45American Folk Songs
: 00Gay Paris Music Hall
(RDF)
: 30Sports Review
:45Jam Session
:00Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
:15Opera Concert (VOA)
:45Battle Report (VOAi
:00Radio University (VOA)
: 15Stamp Club (VOA)
: 30Radio Amateurs Program
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: 45Sports. Tune of Day and
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: 00HOTEL EL PANAMA
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Tipton Offers Tipsy
Free Ride Home
TIPTON, Ind., Aug. 29 (UP)
Sheriff Jesse Owen's taxi service
has the competition beaten.
He has announced he'll pro-
vide free transportation home
for persons who have had too
much to drink.
"We feel this is one method
worth a trial in our camnalgn
a said.
MAYOR NICKED
COLUMBU8. Ind. (U.P.)
Mayor Robert L. Stevenson said
he was "glad to learneven the
hard Waythat the police de-
partment was on Its toes" a<
he paid a $1 fine for overtime
parking.
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Wine Concentrate, Fancy Food
Adorn French Army Field Kit
gland. It was pointed out that
in previous years. It took six
months to a year to produce a
practical amount of vaccine
material.
Dearlng emphasized that the
Army, Navy and New York
Sstate health department are
now making tests of the re-
cently-produced vaccine and
that the efficacy of any vac-
cine must meet the test of ac-
tual use before Its real value
can be determined.
The renewed Interest In "flu"
vaccines In the United 8tates
came as a result of epidemics
of a mild type of Influenza in
Sweden. Greenland, Norway. Ne-
therlands, Belgium and in En-
gland. America escaped a serio-
us epidemic this year.
Dearlng said the strain of 'flu
virus was received Jan. 19 and
that by Jan. 22 It had been
sent to six pharmaceutical man-
ufacturers who previously had
agreed to make the trial vac-
cine.
The speed with which the i
vaccine was produced by the
drug companies varied between
22 and 63 daysa differential
due to the facilities available
and intensity of effort, accord-
ing to Dealing.
By ROBERT AHIER
PARIS, Aug. 25. (U.P.) For
seVeral days I've been living on
Ihe French Army's new field
rations.
Outside of a slight hangover
from the concentrated wine, I
never felt better in mv life.
It was a cinch that when the
French finally got around to
the equivalent of the American
Army "K" and "C" rations, this
nation, famous for iood and
.fashion, would come up with
something to knock the eves out
of a U. 8. Army mess .sergeant.
It produced plastic containers
of concentrated red wine in
each field ration kit.
"It took us years of research
to develop this wine," the
French Quartermaster General.
Georges Lev. confided proudly,
tasting a little himself. "We've
concentrated, it six times and
It's still French wine."
There is one worry, the gen-
eral admitted. "We've got to
keep them from drinking It
straight or they won't be able
to march straight." he said.
An Impartial United Press ex-
pert confirmed this ludgement.
The concentrate Is 60 per cent
alcohol, and water Is supposed
to be added.
The wine isn't all. In a little
plastic envelope there Is the
concentrate of two small glas-
ses of 45 per cent "eau de vie
with rum" for that little spot
of after-dinner liqueur.
The menus would bring won-
der to the men who slogged
half wav across Europe on "C
and "K" rations. Menu one, for
example:
Luncheon Bouillon, boeuf
assaissone (seasoned beef) or
pore rotl (roast pork), fromage ,
f ond grueyer du hollnde i pro-
cessed Swiss or Dutch cheese i,
nougat i candled almonds) and
concrete de fruit (compressed
fruit), biscuits.
Supper Potage (soup) pate
de pore au fole or galantine de
pore or sardines a l'hulle or
maouereaux a l'hulle, ovomal-
tlne. cafe solabre. biscuits.
In addition the kit contains
coffee, sugar and bulscults for
a snack, and such Items as
cigarettes and matches, pow-
dered drinks, candy, chewing
sum. mustard, water purifica-
tion tablets, toilet paper and a
can opener.
There Is also a special menu
for the Moslems from North
Africa.
"American field rations for
the Americans," Gen. Ley de-
clared, "but they don't give us
much kick.
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Scientists developed the tech-
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disease caused by too many white '
blod cells.
The scientists were trying to
discover how the body gets rid of i
Its white cells, a factor which they j
thought might be Important in I
this disease. Several months ago
Bierman and his colleagues re-
ported evidence supporting that
point of view.
Meanwhile the technique of
cross-circulation has been per-
fected. At first the scientists only
linked the veins of two people.
Now they have succeeded In link-!
lng arteries for as long as 26
hours.
The system Is rather like the
linkage found in Siamese twins.
Before this technique was used.:
cross-circulation was achieved by ,
the use of pumps. The California '
method Is more efficient because
the heart of the healthy Individ-
ual acts as the pump.
The scientists emphasized that'
the work Is onlv In the expert- i
mental stage and great care must
be taken to be sure that the blood
of the two individuals does not!
"clash."
So far the use of this technique
has been limited to seven volun-
teers with hopeless diseases. The
Individuals knew the danger they
risked in the experiment before-
hand.
While the main interest of the
scientists is the study of leuke-
; mla. they pointed out that the
i method should have a wide use In
research and might In the future j
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PACE EIGHTH
THE 8NDA AMERICAN
SUNDAY. AUGUST H, 1W1
Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye Starring
Cagney Due, at Central Playhouse
HELENA CARTER and BARBARA PAYTON look to James
Cagney for protection in the Warner Bros, release, "Kiss
Tomorrow Goodbye." due Thursday at the Central Theater.
Raftsman And Model
THOR HEYERDAHL holds a model of the raft In which he
and five other scientists sailed 4.300 miles across the Pacific.
Story of the trio is told in film made by the crew members
during the voyage. It's the Sol Lesser picture entitled "Kon
Tiki" due on the Isthmus soon.
ARLF.NF DAHI. and Lex (Tarzan) Barker, who were married
last spring and honeymooned in England where 8ol Lesser's
Tarzan's Peril was showin They'll be seen hereabouts, too.
m HOLLYWOOD
By FRANCIS. THE HULE
NEA Flail ( m -viiiiilciil
(For Erskiite Johnson, who
is on varationi
HOLLYWOOD (NEA'Folks,
don't send your talented son or
daughter iu Hollywood in the
hope thai he or she will crash
,-the movies. Send your dog. rat
jw jackass Or If you have a
skunk, send that.
Because we animals have tak-
en over, in the film studios. No
longer do talent scouts peer ap-
praisingly at pretty faces and
shapely limh-, or listen hopefully
to the singing voices of talented
youngsters
Instead, they're following the
spoors of wild and domesticated
beasties, tracking down the tal-
ent, as H were.
The number, and not the con-
tours, of a prospective star's legs
are hat interest the easting
'-ectori now.
ie human biped, being lim-
James Cagney, who through
the years has held a following
for his quick-triggered, two-
fisted roles, surpasses himself in
"Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye," a
Cagnev Productions drama re-
leased by Warner Bros.
In the film, due Thursday at
the Central Theater, illmdom's
top star of underworld action
fare, plays a mobster chieftain
who utilizes his notorious back-
ground to launch an amazing
criminal career.
Escaping from a state penal
farm, Cagney kills the brother
of his femme accomplice, and
when two crooked cops involve
him in a shake-down, he turns
the tables by recording the pro-
ceedings as a means of black-
mailing them. A daylight hold-
up of a "super-market" and a
payroll "heist" at the same time,
maintaining a cloak of respec-
tability In society, add up to
excitement in the old Cagnev
manner.
Though Jimmy's screen ro-
mances have been limited in
previous films. "Kiss Tomorrow
Goodbye" brings In two of Hol-
lywood, Helena Carter and Bar-
bara Payton. Helena is a soclal-
, ite whom he marries, and Bar-
bara plays Cagney's former moll
who later leads to his downfall.
Other character roles within
and outside the law are por-
trayed by 8teve Brodie. Luther
Adler. Barton MacLane and Wil-
liam Frawley. .
"Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye"
was directed by Gordon Douglas.
'Keelboalers' Gel
Dramatic Workout
Filming 'Big Sky'
Movie makers are digging deep
Into the past for fresh ideas,
with the result that before long
movie goers will be treated to a
pictorial pageant of American
hlsiory- It won't be dull, either.
The boys are turning up stuff
that textbooks merelv hint at.
There's "The Big Sky" at RKO
Radio, for instance. This is the
storv of a keelboat expedition
up the treacherous Missouri Riv-
er In 1830. If "keelboat" fails
to ring a bell in your memorv.
don't worry. Even the history
books often overlook them.
Keelboats were widely used for
river travel until Fulton and his
steamboat came along. Manned
bv French and American ex-
plorers, they opened new fron-
tl.-s to fur-rich Indian territ-
ories. Then thev slowly disap-
peared, until today not one or-
iginal keelboat exists anywhere.
In order to film this colorful
patch of Americana, Winchester
Pictures built two keelboats
from such source material as
sketches and descriptive man-
uscripts. "The Big Sky." which
stars Kirk Douglas, is being
photographed In Wyoming on
the very spots where keelboaters
120 years ago arrived to trade
with the hostile Blackfoot In-
dians.
'Excuse My Dust9
In Technicolor Is
Balboa's Big Show
With Red Skelton cast as the
Inventor of a horseless carriage
in the innocent era of 1898, M-
G-M has turned out another
captivating turn-of-the-century
Technicolor musical in "Excuse
My Dust." which brings a car-
load of laughs and a flock of
new song hits to the Balboa
screen today:
Skelton has one of the most
Ingratiating roles of his long
laugh career as the small-town
by with big-time ideas of the
future of the "gasamoblle." Not
even the determined opposition
of his fiancee's father, owner of
the town's livery stable, can de-
ter him and, after a series of
rib-tickling trials and tribula-
tions in which he almost burns
down his barn In his experiments
with the gasamoblle and faces
the loss of his sweetheart to the
son of the local banker, he glor-
iously vindicates himself by nos-
ing out his rival In a race for
a $5,000 pursea race which for
suspense, ingenious accidents,
horseplay and howling situations
has never been equalled on the
screen.
As in their previous successful
turn of the century musical.
"Two Weeks With Love," Direc-
tor Roy Rowland and Producer
Jack Cummlngs have Infused
their story with appropriate
song and dance interludes, but
while the former picture con-
fined Itself to music of an old-
er day, "Excuse My Dust" boasts
a score of new songs by the
noted song-writing team of Ar-
thur Schwartz and Dorothv
Fields, and you will soon be
hearing, humming and whistling
such attractive numbers as
"Spring Has Sprung." "Lorelei
Brown," "Goln' Steady," "I'd
Love to Take You Out Dream-
ing," "That's For Children" and
the rowdy and amusing "Get a
Horse."
Skelton proves himself as a-
dept at warbling a tune as he
does at getting uproarious at the
wheel of his unpredictable gas-
amoblle and at the same time
achieves a dramatic tour de force
in completely winning the sym-
pathy and encouragement of his
audience In his efforts to make
his horseless contraption work
In the face of overwhelming
obstacles.
And he is given brilliant sup-
port by his co-stars. Sally For-
rest, in the role of his per-
plexed but adoring sweetheart,
and Macdonald Carey, as the
banker's son and his rival both
in love and in the story's fren-
zied climactic race. Miss Forrest
not only lends a captivating ap-
pe alto her role as the heroine
but also wins applause for her
singing and dancing, with her
"Waterfront Lowdown" routine,
a novel combination of jive and
boogle-blues. a standout. Monica
Lewis, night-club star making
her acting debut In "Excuse My
Dust," has several of the pic-
ture's song numbers, and others
in a topnotch cast Include Wil-
liam Demarest as the Irate livery
stable proprietor. Raymond Wal-
burn as the town's voteconsclous
mayor and Jane Darwell as
Skelton's encouraging mother.
Undercover Assignment Booked at Bella Vista
In Amazing I Was a Communist for the FBI'
Based on the amazing true-
experience story of a dashing
undercover man. Warner Bros."
"I Was A Communist For The
F.B.I.", comes to the Bella Vista
screen on Thursday.
The story takes Matt Cvetlc,
Federal operative, on a danger-
ous mission into the lair of an
espionage ring. To fulfill the re-
On The Records
lted to two. is at a disadvantage.
|1 he girl who has spent her youth
In drr.ma classes also is handi-
capped. Her ears aren'l long
enough.
So unless you have reared a
duck-billed platypus, an aard-
varK. a wombat or a garden var-
iety oi domestic quadruped, you
haven't raised film fodder.
Three years ago. Universal-In-
Iternattonal Studio, for example,
was making pictures starring
i people There were no bars on
! dressing rooms and no brooms
' and shovels cluttered up the
sound stages. It was a business
I by, of and for the people.
Then, apparently. Noah backed
I his ark up against a breach In
' the studio wall and sent a snake
inside to infil'rate and make a
few suggestions. No antl-hlss-
tamlne bt'na available, the stu-
dio bosses rave ear
1 iioah's lirst order was for me, J
Francia, the talking mule. They
even named my first picture for
me. After the producers saw the
film, they began to view human
actors with distaste. Hastily they
ordered another screenplay for
me and called It "Francis Goes
to the Races," and ordered more
animals from Noah.
Down the ark's gangplank trot-
ted a smart chlmpaniee named
Bonzo, who made comedy and
became better known than any-
body in the United 8tats except
Harrv Truman and Douglas Mac-
Arthur.
Then Noah simply opened
the end-gate of his barge, th
orders came so fast, and out
of his prehistoric L8T
screeched, bellowed, barked and
yammered almost every species
of animal known to the crack-
er manufacturers.
For a picture titled "One
Never Knows," in which Dick
Powell has the role of a dog
that has been reincarnated in
human form and Joyce Holden
1? the reincarnation of a horse,
more than 125 animals ranging;
in size from elephants, rhinos
and lions down to squirrels and
mice, were ordered. A score of
dogs and a dozen cats were In-
cluded In the order.
The film features an animal
heaven called Bcastatory. po-
pulated by denizens of the for-
este and fields who behaved
themselves while on earth.
When a film called "Fine
Day" went into production co-
starring Academy Award win-
ner Josephine Hull, Howard
Duff and Mona Freeman, the
cast Included a skunk named
Annabella. a cat known as Mr.
Conley. a cow bv the name of
Miss Butterworth. a calf known
as George and a passe] of chick-
ens referred to throughout the
picture as the Stebblns family.
The animals have as much to
do with the ultimate outcome
of "Fine Day" as the people In
the cast. Annabella. the skunk.
In fact, may be starred In her
next picture as the result of her
performance in this film.
"Oh Baby." which went Into
production next starring Tom
Kuril. Julia Adams and Evelyn
Varden. features a small dog
which appears In 90 per cent of
the scenes and was given ex-
cellent opportunities to run off
with most of them as he would
with somebody else's old bone.
"Flame of Araby," which fol-
lowed, stars a beautiful Arabian
horse, supported by such in-
cidental characters as Jeff
Chandler and Maureen O'Hara
'FATHER'S LITTLE DIVIDEND' starring Joan Bennet, Spen-
cer Tracy and Elizabeth Taylor, is coming to the Lux Theater
Thursday for a week-end run.
NEW YORK, (U.P.). Bing
Crosby, who has made several
million dollars out of his popular
singing voice, undoubtedly will
reap some more profits from
three new Decca albums on
which he is the featured per-
former. These bring his album
listings to nearly three dozen.
"Bing and the Dixieland
Bands" has the crooner singing
four sides with Bob Haggart's
Orchestra, two more with bro-
ther Bob Crosbv's Bob Cats and
two others with Eddie Con-
don's band. As Is apparent from
the title. Blng's golden voice is
showcased with some of the best
)azz musicians on such numbers
as "The Dixieland Band." "Jam-
boree Jones." "Walking the
Floor Over You" and "After
You've Gone." .
"Al Jolson and Bing Crosbv,"
although featuring Bing In the
title, is primarily a Jolson al-
bum, since Bing duets with the
late Mammv Singer on only two
numbers while Jolson appears
on all eight sides.
However, Bing and Al's ver-
sions of "Alexanders Ragtime
Bnnd" and "The Soaniard That
Blighted Mv Wife" are enough
to sell the album Irresoectlve of
the other six songs which fea-
ture Jolson In turn with the
Andrew Sisters, the Mills Bro-
thers and Gordon Jenkins.
The third album has Bing
singing "Country Style" on
such rustic numbers as "Home
Cookln'," "Country 8tyle."
"Sioux City Sue" and five o-
thers.
The Boston Pops Orchestra
with Arthur Fiedler conducting
has a tuneful medlev of eight
of the poDUlar songs from Walt,
Disney's "Alice In Wonderland"
(RCA Victor)... Guv Lombardo
and his Royal Canadian have
six new sides, about the best of
which seem to be "Dark Is the
Night" and "With These Hands"
iDeccal...
Debbie Reynolds and Carleton
Carpenter of "Abba Dabba"
fame have resurrected a couple
more-tune from tMe'eafrv 1900's
"He'd Have to Get under. Get
Out and Get Under* and "Oh
Bv Jingo!" (M-G-Mi... Frankle
Lane may have sung himself a
top hit with "The Girl In the
Woods." a melodv of the "Riders
In the Sky" category" (Colum-
bia)...
Russ Morgan's Orchestra has
a dressup version of that old
favorite "Nlahts of Splendor
(Neapolitan NlghU>" (Decca)....
Bob Eberly and Helen O'Connell
who were verv popular In the
swing era have been teamed in
a pair of nice duets "If You're
Gonna Love Me. Love Me" and
"The little Things In Life"
(Capitol i.
David 0. Whitney.
qulrements of this duty, Cvetlc
turned his back on all previous
connection. He became one of
the very people he had been as-
signed to investigate, a target
for the abuse of his friends and
the bullets of his enemy, living
a lonely, double life until the
F.B.I, gave the signal to move In.
Essaying the real-life role of
Matt Cvetlc, Frank Lovejoy fol-
low as the sergeant In "Break-
through" and the wise-cracking
photographer in "Goodbye, My
Fancy." roles which have made
critic hall him as one of the
most promising of Hollywood'
newer stars.
Dorothy Hart, the beautiful
actress who scored In "Raton
Pass" and Philip Carey, the
newcomer who debuted In "Op-
eration Pacific," head the fea-
tured cast.
Adapted from the, Saturday
Evening Post articles taken from
the adventurous career of an
F.B.I, agent, the picture tells of
this amazing adventurer whose
terrifying secret forced him to
remain calm as his brother was
mercilessly beaten by hoodlums,
sell out his sweetheart when
confronted with discovery and
become a hunted man who could
expect no help even from the
police.
Also appearing in "I Was A
Communist For The F.B.I.," are
Paul P 1 c e r n 1, Konstantlne
Shayne. James Milllcan. Edward
Norrls and Hugh Sanders.
Bryan Fov produced the drama
for Warners.
FRANK LOVEJOY and DOROTHY HART get some Informa-
tion from Roy Roberts as Edward Norrls looks on, in this
scene from Warner Bros.' "I Was A Communist For The
F.B.I.," an exciting drama based on an F.B.I. man's actual
undercover experiences, opening Thursday at the Bella Vista
'________________________Theater.__________________________
'Mood Painting' To Be Introduced
An entirely new element In
motion picture production,
"mood painting lnterscenes,"
will be introduced to the screen
for the first time In the Stan-
ley Kramer-Columbia produc-
tion "Fourposter," starring Rex
Harrison and LUll Palmer un-
der the direction of Irving Rels.
John Hubley, producer, direc-
tor and vice president of United
Productions of America, who
was supervising director of the
Academy Award winning car-
toon, "Gerald McBoing Boing,"
was given the assignment of
oreatlng these animated paint-
ings which grew out of 'a sug-
gestion by Allan Scott, writer of
the screenplay.
Nothing comparable to these
lnterscenes has yet been done
In films, but Its purpose ap-
proximates and improves upon
that of montages, special ef-
fects, explanatory sequences,
special cuts, and other such de-
vices to Indicate changes in
mood, time, events, crises and
character nuances.
The style In which they will
be executed will range from
realistic representation to Im-
pressionistic abstraction.
Although short, the eight ln-
terscenes to be created by Hub-
ley for "Fourposter" will play
an Important story-telling part
in this history of a marriage,
from wedding night to death,
which will be played by only
two characters in one bedroom
set.
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AUTORIZAN A RIDGWAY PARA FORZAR UNA DECISION
TOKIO, agosto 26 (UP) So ha informado quo !
Comandante Supremo de las Naciones Unidas, Ganeral
Matthew B. Ridgway, ha recibido rdenes del Estado Mayor
Mixto de Estados Unidos do proceder en cualquier forma
que considers conveniente y necesaria para obligar a los
jefes militares rojos a tomar una decisin sobre la paz o la
guerra sn Corea.
En el campamento de la delegacin da tregua de las
Naciones Unidas y sn el Comando del Octavo Ejrcito en
Corea as como en el Cuartel General de Ridgway en Tokio
ha cundido el convencimiento de que si se desea que prosi-
gan las negociaciones de tregua debe ponerss fin al "obs-
truccionismo" que hacen los comunistas mediante incidentes
fraguados.
Ridgway, en el mensaje mis contundente enviado por
las Naoionea Unidas en el curso del cambio do enconadas
notas sobrs violaciones de la neutralidad do Kaesong oalific
de embusteras a los rojos y les dijo sn otras palabras que
sus acusaciones eran tan falsas que no merecan refutacin.
Asimismo, no hay duda alguna da que Ridgway esti
diapuosto a proseguir las negociaciones o reanudar la gue-
rra, segn la deoisin de los rojos.
Existe un creciente pesimismo respecto a las probabi-
lidades ds paz y en todo el frente de batalla las unidadea
militares de 22 naciones estn listas a resistir a las horda
comunistas ds ms de medio milln de hombres.
HOA
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PANAMA, R. P., DOMINGO, AGOSTO 26. 1951
DIEZ CENTESIMOS
Importantes reformas se harn a la Ley Electoral
Comunicado oficial de las
elecciones magisteriales
La nmina del Magisterio Panameo Unido obtu-
vo una amplia mayora de votos
K Ministerio de Educacin
ha dado a la publicidad el si-
guien ts comunicado:
Comunicado de Prensa
El Ministerio de Educacin,
al Informar oficialmente el re-
sultado de las Elecciones para
escoger los representantes ma-
Carga de dinamita
hizo explosin y
mat a 9 personal
BOULDER, Colorado. Agosto
25 (UP) Una voluminosa car-
ga de dinamita hizo explosion
prematuramente, al parecer a
consecuencia de un rayo, en las
obras de embalse en las Mon-
taas/Rocosas al suroeste de s-
ta ciudad y las primeras noti-
cias dicen que resultaron por lo
menos nueve muertos y quince
heridos.
La PatruUa del Estado de Co-
I lorado dice que el personal en-
1 vlado al lugar del suceso comu-
nic por radio que tres heridos
y uno de los muertos fueron Le-
vados al Hospital St. Anthony
de Denver dos horas despus de
la explosin. Otros cuatro ne-
ridos fueron trasladados al lics-
)tal de la comunidad en sta
ocalldad.
Uno de los sobrevivientes di-
I Jo a un periodista que en la ba-
jse del lugar en donde se efec-
Itan las obras, conocido >lo
I por el nombre de "Denver Tie-
servoir" trabajaban de 40 a 60
I hombres cuando se produjo la
I explosin.
. Explic que algunos de l<-
hombres que trabajan en la ba-
lee estaban colocando cartuchos
Ice dinamita en los agujeros ne-
Ichos a una altura de SO metros
cuando de pronto hubo un te-
llmpago y una fuerte detona-
Icln, por lo que perdi el conc-
Icimlento.
gisterialea en la Comisin Per-
manente del Escalafn, comu-
nica lo siguiente:
Concurrieron a las urnas ese
da cerca de 3,500 maestros,
cantidad que ndica que casi
todos los maestros que tenan
derecho a votar, depositaron su
voto.
Del estudio de todas las ac-
tas se desprende que las elec-
ciones se verificaron con abso-
luta honradez y con elevado
plan de civismo, lo cual viene
a reforzar una de nuestras ms
caras instituciones democrti-
cas necesitadas de respaldo y
respeto populares.
El resultado de la votacin
obtenido por los principios ga-
rantizados se ofrece a conti-
nuacin.
Principales (votos):
Elida Wong, 2,808; Raquel
Cohen, 2,604; Ruby de Ospina,
2.402; Andrs E. Cantillo, 872;
Matilde Villa ve-de, 429: Alejan-
drino Arroyo, 402; Miguel A.
Aparicio, 288: Beatriz Rodr-
guez, 158.
El resto menos de 25 votos.
Suplentes (votos):
Olivia Lay, 2.505: Amalla de
Chiarl, 2,367; Hercllla O. Mn-
tula. 2,304; Marquesa de Ospi-
na, 568; Beatriz Rodrguez, 524;
Ernesto Gutirrez, 420; Joaquina
Perelra. 193; Alejandrino A-
rroyo, 183.
El resto menos de 25 votos.
El Gobierno de Venezuela est
prestando especial atencin al
mejoramiento de sus fuerzas
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 25
(UP) El Gobierno de Vene-
zuela Inform a la Secretaria
General de las Naciones Unidas
que "est prestando especial si-
lencien" al mejoramiento de
sur fuerzas armadas para cum-
plir con la resolucin de la A-
samblea General de las Nacio-
nes Unidas que recomend que
los estados, miembros mantu-
vieran unidades adiestradas y
equipadas para que pudieran
aer utilizadas por la Organiza-
cin Internacional.
La Secretarla General de las
Naciones Unidas dio a la publi-
cidad el texto de la carta del
Ministerio de Relaciones Exte-
riores de Venezuela en que es-
pondiendo a las preguntas he-
chas por la Comisin de Medi-
das Colectivas sobre la organi-
zacin de sas fuerzas, deca
cue "El Gobierno Venezolano
siempre se ha esforzado en cum-
plir fielmente todos los acuer-
dos internacionales de natura-
leza general o regional que te
refieran a la seguridad colecti-
va. El Gobierno venezolano es-
t prestando especial atencin
a! mejoramiento de sus fuerzas
armadas nacionales para el pro-
psito principal de ejercer su
derecho de defensa propia por-
gue la situacin geogrfica de
su pas, su gran extensin y
materiales estratgicos que pro-
duce merecen especial atencin
por parte de las autoridades
militares en los momentos ac-
tuales".
La carta sealaba, empero,
que las fuerzas venezolanas 'ne-
cesitan no slo el adiestramien-
to tcnico sino tambin el e-
qulpo moderno y materiales re-
cesarlos para tan Importantes
1 funciones .
Juventud Liberal
tiene reunin el
Lunes a las 7:30
Juventud Liberal Nacional en-
carece por este medio a tocos
mis miembros y simpatizadores
a una reunin especial que se
llevar a efecto en el Jarn
Balboa el Lunes, Agosto 27, a
las 7:30 pm.
Encarece puntual asistencia.
Nueve estudiantes recibirn
auxilio para continuar en el
exterior cursos profesionales
Publicamos a continuacin eli
If alio del jurado que escoci los |
estudiantes de odontologa que
debern ser auxiliados por el
stado. El fallo sobre los estu-
diantes de medicina no ha si-
lo dictado an:
Panam, 14 de Agosto de 1951.
Seor
inlstro de Educacin,
resente.
efior Ministro:
Nos place comunicar a usted
ue en nuestro carcter de
lembros del Comit encarga-
O de examinar las peticiones
le los aspirantes a dos auxilios,
ra estudiantes panameos
iue cursan estudios de Odonto-
ogia en Universidades Latlno-
merlcanas, abiertos a "oncurso
r el Ministerio a su muy dig-
0 cargo, hemos considerado los
xpedientes de los seores Ser-
lo Anguizla Sagel. Jos Daro
uizola Jr.. Franklin Angui-
Sagel. Rodrigo Elsenmann
rimas. Ricardo Octavio Bun-
f. Luis A. de Arco, Carlos
ntiago Anguizola Roy. ngel
Ulermo Lmela y Saturnino
odrguez Broce.
En cumplimiento de nues-
ra misin, proponemos a los I
ores Carlos Santiago Angui-
lla Roy y Rodrigo isenmann i
rimas, para que se les conce- |
an los mencionados auxilio i
ir las razones que exponemos ;
continuacin.
Carlos Santiago Anguizola
oy cursa actualmente el ltl-
io ao de la carrera d-r Odcn-
>k>Rla en la Universidad de
adalajara, Estados Unidos
Mexicanos. Por le estudio que
nemos hecho de sus calificacio-
nes, obtenidas durante los tres
primeros aos de estudio, po-
demos manifestar que el men-
cionado seor Anguizola Roy
es un alumno aprovechado.
Adems, no posee bienes de
fortuna y est casado con la
seora Nydla Rbago de Angui-
zola, circunstancias stas que
nos permiten asegurar que el
auxilio que pudiera decretarse a
su favor le seria de mucho uti-
lidad para hacer frente a los
gastos que demanda hacer es-
ludios en el extranjero.
El estudiante Rodrigo Elsen-
mann Grimas es en los actuales
momento alumno de primer
ao de la carrera de Cirujano
Dentista en la Universidad Au-
tnoma de Mxico. No ha pre-
sentado certificado de califica-
ciones por no haber terminado
an el curso, pero obra en su
favor un certificado que firma
el Secretario de la Universidad.
Dr. Hermllo Lpez Morales, en
donde consta que asiste con
puntualidad a sus clases uni-
versitarias y que su aprovecha-
miento es satisfactorio al tenor
de las Informaciones de los
firofesores titulares de las mi-
trias correspondientes al pri-
mer ao de la carrera de Ci-
rujano Dentista. El mencionado
jovenElsenmann Grimas es
Bachiller en Ciencias del Insti-
tuto Nacional y sus calificacio-
nes como alumno de este plan-
tel de acuerdo con el certifica-
do que, forma parte de su expe-
diente, lo clasifican como alum-
u*asa ta rag . Col. U.
INCIDENTE M KAESONG.tos' camillero comunistas -**-
dueen el cuerpo de un guardia herid* en Kaesong en una
supuesta emboscada llevada a abe por las fuerzas de las Na-
ciones Unidas. Los delegados comunistas acusaron a los
altado* de haber violado la neutralidad > la ciudad.
"Corea es prueba concluyente
de que es intil esperar del
gobierno sovitico buena fe"
TORONTO, Agosto 25 (UP)
El Secretarlo de Defensa de Ls-
tados Unidos, George Marshall,
declar que "Corea ofrece una
prueba incluyente de lo In-
til que es esperar sinceridad uel
Gobierno Sovitico en los es-
fuerzos para lograr la paz".
Marshall pronunci un dis-
curso improvisado en la inau-
guracin de la Exposicin Na-
cional Canadiense.
Dijo que Estados Unidos ha
creado "una gran fuerza en
muy poco tiempo". Agreg z,e
"esta fuerza no es perceptible
al observador corriente. En la
produccin, Estados Unidos cjt
produciendo lo que se necesita
en Corea aunque no exagera el
esfuerzo y prepara un plan M<~e
le permitir hacer un gigantes-
co esfuerzo de produccin si se
ve obligado a defenderse ahora'
Marshall habl tambin del
papel del Canad en Corea y
elogi, a los soldados, marino., y
aviadores canadienses por su a-
portacln a la lucha all.
-----------------------1---------------------------
Quince m obreros tendrn
que renunciar a aumentos de
jornales o quedarn cesantes
OUATEMALA. Agosto 25 (UP>
Ms de 15,000 obreros, di-
recta o indirectamente vincula-
dos a la industria bananera, se
hallan ante la alternativa e
tener que renunciar al aumen-
to de Jornales que piden o que-
darse sin trabajo.
Ni Yugoeslavia ni
India firmarn el
Tratado con Japn
NUEVA DELHI, agosto 25.
(UP). TJna fuente extraofi-
cial digna de crdito indic que
India no participar en la con-
ferencia del tratado de paz con
el Japn el prximo 4 de sep-
tiembre en San Francisco, y
no firmar el proyecto del tra-
tado de paz revisado.
Fue detenido ayer
joven que asaltaba
marinero en Coln
COLON. Agosto 25 8idi.ey
Whlttlngham, panameo, nero
de 18 aos de edad fu sor-
prendido por la Polica Secreta
esta madrugada como a las 1:30
en el momento que atacaba a
un vaporino norteamericano del
vapor "Soubarlssen" en la ca-
lls U y Avenida Herrera.
Whlttlngham para su atraco
us un cuchillo que lo puso al
cuello del vaporino y le sus ra-
jo la suma de B 5.00 la col
fu devuelta a su dueo en la
Folela Secreta, y fu puesto a
rdenes de la autoridad compe-
tente.
Esa situacin ha sido plan-
teada por el aviso al Sindicato
e Obreros Bananeros formu-
lado por la Compaa Agrcola
de Guatemala subsidiarla tfe la
United Fruit Company de q;e
no acceder al aumento de Jor-
nales porque de hacerlo s ve-
rla obligada a salir del pas.
El aviso dice: "La Compaa
Agrcola de Guatemala, por me-
dio del Gerente General noti-
fic ayer a los representante;
oel Sindicato que no aumentar
los salarios o prestaciones e-
conmlcas Cualquier aumento
de salarios o prestaciones har
subir el costo de produccin re-
sultando el negocio del banano
completamente a n t ieconmico,
lo que obligara a la empresa a
salir del pas".
La decisin de no aumentar
los salarios fu tomada des-
pus de un largo y minuc .jo
estudio de los costos de pro-
duccin por parte de las auto-
ridades de la empresa.
Los observadores locales dicen
que la salida de la compaa
tea desastrosa para la econo-
ma nacional, disminuira gran-
demente las diversas y cauca-
ra la desocupacin de miles de
obreros.
PROmTCCTOV ni/VPiA pp PETROLEC?
Uon4
Non-Communit
[.,. i Sov.tt Ortit
*3,310
El mapa nos muestra a los pases productores de petrleo del mundo y el nmero de barrito ue produce -lariamente cada
ano. Durante el ao 1959 la produccin mundial fu de 19.35 9,1*4 barriles diarios, siendo Estados Unidos el primer produc-
tor con 5,404.950 barriles. La produccin de Irn, con 57,142 barriles diarios fu la torcera en el mundo. Todas las cifras
ban sido suministradas por el Departamento de Minas de Estados Unidos. Con una produccin de 9.1W.542 barriles diarios,
los pases no comunistas (reas rayadas) superan la produccin de tos pases comunistas (reas con puntos) nueve veces.
La produccin diaria de los pases no comunistas es la slruiente: Estados Unidos, 5,404,950; Veneiuela. 1.4M.030: Iran, <."*:
Saudi Arabia. 548,006; Kuwait. J42.800: Mxico, 197,170: Indonesia, 140,000: Iraq. 129,693; Colombia, n.lM; Argentina, It;
Trinidad. 55.471; Per. 40,128; Alemania, 21,452; Holanda. 14,227; Franela, 2448: Yugoeslavia. 1,340; Inglaterra. 923; Marruecos
Francs. 800; Italia, 184. Los pases comunistas producen las siguientes cantidades: Union Sovitica, 721.0*0: Rumania, 96,600.
Auslria, 17,000: Hungra, 9.479; Albania. 5,770; Polonia, 2.543: China, 2#0: Checoeslovao, 7*7. Sin embargo, con el recien-
te estancamiento de las negociaciones petroleras entr_e Irjtp 1 Gran Bretaa, el mando occidental ha dejado de percibir 65.,-
742 barriles diarios de petrleo,
Quieren que el pas conozca
el mismo da de los comicios
el candidato que ha vencido
Uno de los puntos bsicos de
las reformas que se harn a la
Ley Electoral, es el de tratar
for todos los medios de encon-
rar una frmula para que el
resultado de las elecciones pre-
sidenciales, se conozcan el mis-
mo da en que se efectan loa
comicios, segn informes obte-
nidos en fuentes oficiales.
Parece que tiene ambiente en-
tre los representantes de los
partidos polticos reformar la
Ley Electoral en el sentido de
que los escrutinios se efecten
en las mismas mesas de vota-
cin tal como se habla venido
haciendo en los torneos electo-
rales celebrados antea de 1948.
Algunos sectores, han opina-
do en el sentido de que esta
medida podra dar margen a
que se alterara el resultado del
sufragio, y de all que se est
estudiando la manera de evitar
hasta donde sea posible quo
iuedan cometerse fraudes en
os escrutinios, si stos se ha-
cen en las mismas mesas de vo-
tacin.
Segn nuestro informante, ea
muy posible que en la sesin
que se celebrar el mircoles en
la noche en el Ministerio da
Gobierno cuando se iniciarn en
firme las labores del comit da
partidos polticos para reformas
a la ley electoral se comienc
a debatir este Importantsimo
punto.
Reciben aumento de sueldos
por parte de las fbricas
de papel 20.000 leadores
TORONTO, Canad, agosto
25. (UP). Alrededor de 20,000
leadores lograron un prome-
dio de aumento de jornales de
14.5 por ciento, mediante con-
venio firmado con las 19 prin-
cipales fbricas de pulpa y pa-
pel y las empresas madereras
de Ontario.
Los leadores, que fueron re-
presentados en las negociacio-
nes de dos semanas por el Sin-
dicato de Carpinteros de Esta-
dos Unidos, recibirn el aumen-
to el lo. de septiembre al en-
trar en vigor el contrato por
un ao. El aumento elevara a
50 millones de dlares anua-
les el total de jmales quo
se paga en Ontario a los le
adores.
Un portavoz de la empresa
forestal dijo que el aumento
significar que el buen corta-
dor de rboles que ganaba 100
dlares semanales, recibir*
114.50 y algunos bastante ms
que esa suma".
Otros portavoces declararon
que las empresas petroleras y
madereras tratan de no au-
mentar el precio de sus pro-
ductos.
Cientos de jamaicanos estn
condenados al hambre a menos
que reciban ayuda extranjera
El huracn acab con las cosechas y los campesi-
nos no pueden regresar a sus cultivos todava
KINGSTON, Agosto 26 I UP)
El hambre amenaza a cente-
nares de jamaicanos como con-
secuencia del cicln de la sema-
na pasada, a no ser que lleguen
pronto socorros en gran escala
del exterior.
Los vientos de 210 kilmetros
por hora arrasaron alrededor
del 90 por ciento de las cobe-
chas de frutas y verduras de la
Isla y en algunos distritos estn
agotados los vveres que antes
ya escaseaban
Se han registrado 148 muer-
tos y 25 mil personas quedaron
sin hogar. Millares de stas en
el extremo oriental de la Lila
que fu la parte que ms su-
fri estn siendo alojadas en
los edificios que an quedan en
pie en iglesias y escuelas y pro-
porcionndoles alimentos la Crua
Roja del Ejrcito y las organi-
zaciones particulares de benefi-
cencia. Otros se ban refugiado
en cuevas y chozas construida
con ramas de rboles.
El Gobierno britnico ha en-
viado 250 mil libras esterlinas
para socorrer y el fondo de so-
corro del Gobernador recibid,
donativos por valor de ms d
53 mil libres esterlinas.
Las carreteras Interceptadas
por los rboles caldos y los de-
rrumbamientos de tierras quizas
(Pasa a la Pac Cal >
Irn est dispu
su petrleo al
y esto incluye
esto a vender
mejor postor
a los Rusos
Se ha visto obligado a ello para evitar el "desas-
tre econmico" por la falta de divisas
TEHERAN, Agosto 21 (UP)
El Vice-Prtmer Ministro Hossein
Fatemi anunci que Irn ven-
der su petrleo al contado a
"cualquier diente extranjero
inclusive Rusia para evitar -el
desastre econmico" nacional
Con anterioridad, Irn hatia
prometido que su petrleo co-
diciado desde hace aos por
Rusia slo sera vendido a los
clientes occidentales de la de-
saparecida empresa britnica
'Anglo Iranian Oil Co." que ex-
plotaba los yacimientos petrol-
feros do Irn antes de que s-
tos fueran nacionalizados.
Aadi Fatemi que se orden
a la Comisin del Petrleo do
Irn que busque otros medios
para contrarrestar los efectos
econmicos de la ruptura do
los negociaciones angloiranlas-
El Vice Primer Ministro ex-
pres asimismo que se dispeco
para la venta de algunos pro-
ductos refinados de petrleo
pero que Irn slo podr satis-
facer una "demanda modereda.'
en sto campo.
Fatemi anunci que el Prt-
(Pasa a la Pag. 0, Ca. t ,
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DOMINGO, AGOSTO U, 1MI
HAHMODIO ARIA. SXIC7C
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IN (ua TALLER SITUADOS N Ut* CIVUAO. CAL.L1 M. HO. 87
LA DEMOCRACIA EN URUGUAY
Quizs sea oportuno, un da despus del ani-
versario de la independencia del Uruguay, hacer
un breve comentario acerca, de la realidad demo-
crtica de ese pueblo y de la madurez poltica
que ha logrado. Y esto nos parece conveniente des-
tacarlo porque no es muy raro or voces pesimis-
tas que pregonan la incapacidad de los pueblos
latinoamericanos para vivir dentro de las normas
democrticas a base de legtimos gobiernos repu-
blicanos.
La tesis de que nuestros pueblos tienen que
sufrir desrdenes administrativos y ausencias de
regmenes respetuosos de las libertades polticas,
como si se tratara de un fallo irrevocable del des-
tino, es a todas luces ilgica. El hecho de que, des-
graciadamente, haya algunos pases de Amrica
donde la democracia es una farsa y, como conse-
cuencia de ello, existen gobiernos dictatoriales que
prcticamente quieren perpetuarse en el poder, no
quiere decir que la suerte sea totalmente adversa
a los pueblos de nuestro continente. Hay varios
ejemplos en la Amrica Latina que sirven de prue-
ba en lo que se refiere a sus gobiernos democr-,
ticos.
El caso del Uruguay, por ejemplo, demuestra
que el funcionamiento de la doctrina democrtica
no es una utopa en nuestro medio. Se trata de
un pas latinoamericano que ha logrado una men-
talidad definitiva en favor de sus instituciones re-
publicanas. En Uruguay no se padece el flagelo
de una dictadura ni tampoco existe la amenaza
de una arbitrariedad de los Poderes Pblicos con-
tra los derechos soberanos del pueblo uruguayo.
All la Repblica es una realidad en su ms am-
plia y generosa concepcin.
Los pueblos latinoamericanos deben conocer la
historia contempornea del Uruguay porque ella
envuelve pasajes magnficos que enaltecen la vida
poltica de Amrica. El ejemplo de ese pas debe
servirnos de gua y de orientacin. Ojal que en
las conferencias interamericanas muchas resolucio-
. nes se inspiraran en los conceptos emitidos por los
delegados de esa democrtica nacin. Desafortuna-
damente, algunas proposiciones" con fines depura-
dores que ha sometido el Uruguay a la considera-
cin de los gobiernos de Amrica no han encon-
trado suficiente ambiente para prosperar. Y ello
se explica porque *omo es sabido, los gobiernos
dictatoriales de c' os pases dificultan las labo-
res polticas de las conferencias interamericanas
cuando en stas se trata de sealar pautas reden-
toras para la democracia continental.
Volver a vivir una
comedia sublime
Bajo la autorizada direccin
de nuestra eminente primera
actriz y profesora Anita Villa-
laz, ser llevado a escena en el
Teatro Nacional el Jueves 6 de
septiembre, con todo el esplen-
dor que requiere, el sublime
drama en tres actos de Felipe
Sassone, "Volver a Vivir". Es-
ta notable obra dramtica ser
presentada por el Conservato-
rio Nacional de Msica v De-
clamacin que dirige nuestro
gran" violinista el profesor Al-
fredo de .' aint-Malo, y ser In-
terpretada por un magnifico re-
parto en el que descuellan Lu-
cho Tapia, primer actor pana-
meo y quien hace del papel es-
telar; el de don ngel Len,
esposo fiel y amante que cae en
la cuenta de que su mujer le
era infiel despus que sta ha
muerto. Lilia Urrutla, encarna-
r a la Elvira, esposa de don
ngel; Miguel Moreno interpre-
tar el rol del doctor Fajardo,
amigo de ngel; Margarita Se-
villano, har la Victoria, joven
ama de llaves. El reparto in-
cluye tambin a otros conoci-
dos artistas de la escena, como
Roberto Cedeo, Esperanza
Castillo. William Agosto. Mi-
guel Galdames y la nia Corita
McMichael, Francisco Chvez y
otros. Por la gran fuerza dra-
mtica de la obra y la ajustada
direccin que la eximia Anita
Villalaz brinda a todas sus pre-
sentaciones por lo que son siem-
pre un xito artstico, no duda-
mos de que el drama "Volver a
Vivir", al igual que otros que
ya ha brindado el Conservato-
rio como "Duea y Seora", en
la que la actuacin de Anita
Villalaz fue incomparable: "Un
Grito en la Noche", "El Avaro",
"La Infanzona". "Espectros",
"Topaze", etc., etc. de grato
recuerdo, ser un triunfo sin
precedentes y que el pblico
podr admirar y aplaudir el
Jueves 6 de septiembre de este
ao, al precio popular de cin-
cuenta centavos.L. F.
C,t L^arrue
de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
Drew Pearson dice: Eisenhower aconsejado que no puede
conquistar la Presidencia porque no tiene "letras dobles
consecutivas en su nombre". ,
klin D. Roosevelt, la doble "o'
en Rooaerelt. Woodrow Wil-
son tambin tiene una do-
ble 'o". Harding tenia una do-
ble "r" en Warren. Collldce
tena una doble "o". McKIn-
jey tena na doble "1" en
William y tambin Taft.
"Pero su hijo, Robert Taft,
no ser Presidente", continu
diciendo Arnold, "porque no
tiene la doble letra consecu-
tiva. Y Thomas Dewey tam-
poco ser Presidente por la
misma ratn".
"No me Tm a decir usted
que cree en eso, no es asi?"
pregunt Eisenhower- atnito.
"Ni la muerte ha podido
cambiar esto", contest Ar-
nold. "Tres Presidentes han
muerto en los ltimos aos y
los Tice-Presidentes que 1'
han sucedido tienen la do-
ble letra consecutiva en *n
nombre .Teda y Kooseveit,
Coolidge y Harry Truman".
"Sin lugar a dudas que
usted eria un gran Presi-
dente", sigui diciendo Ar-
nold, *y me gustara que sa-
liera electo, pero los hechos
son los hechos".
Eisenhower se sinti sor-
prendido, pero no dl mues-
tras de que quera postular-
EN JIRA POR EUROPA.
En cuanto a los polticos y pe-
riodistas concierne, todos los
caminos de Europa conducen a
Paris, cuartel del General Ike
Eisenhower.
Decenas de amigos- de Ike lo
han buscado para pedirle que
se lance, preguntarle si se pien-
sa lanzar, o sondearlo para
averiguar si piensa lanzarse co-
mo Demcrata o Republicano.
Slo un hombre, sin embar-
go, ha tenido el valor de de-
cirle al General rae nunca ser
Presidente Starifiy Arnold, el
anunciante de Nueva York que
ha hecho un estudio de lo que
los nombres significan en la
historia.
Poce antes de que Elsenho-
wer ae fuera para Pars, el Jo-
ven Arnold le hizo una visita
al General y le pregunt sus
planes para la candidatura.
Ike se slnti un poco moles-
to al principio y mucho ms
molesto cuando Arnold le di-
jo lisa y llanamente:
"Pues bien, yo puedo de-
cirle que usted no era Pre-
sidente"/ _
"Por qu no?", pregunto Ike
sorprendido y curioso.
"Porque usted no time le-
tras dobles consecutivas en su
nombre".
"Y qu tiene que ver lo
uno con lo otro?'r, pregunt
Elsenhower.
"Que nosotros no hemos e-
legido a un solo presidente
en los ltimos 80 aos que
no tenga letras dobles con-
secutivas en su nombre", ex-
plic Arnold.
"Harry Truman las tiene,
la doble "r" en Harrq. Fran-
se.
"No quiero pensar que el
bienestar futuro del pas de-
pende de las dobles letras en
los nombres de los candida-
tos", concluy Elsenhower.
NotaDe acuerdo con los
precedentes, Stassen de Min-
nesota, arren de California y
Duff de Pennsylvania, serian
buenos candidatos.
El viernes entregan
premios a ganadores
del Concurso Mir
Los premios del Concurso Ri-
cardo Mir #eran entregados el
viernes prximo, segn infor-
m el Jefe del Departamento
ce Cultura y Bibliotecas, Licen-
ciado Ramn H. Jurado.
Este acto tendr lugar en el
Aula Mxima del Instituto Na-
cional y a l sern Invitados to-
dos los intelectuales del pas.
a fin de dar al acto el esplendor
'iue se merece.
En el Programa participarn
artistas del Conservatorio Na-
cional, y asistir el Ministro de
Educacin, Ingeniero Ricardo J.
Bermdez.
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CASA FLOTANTE.Esta original casa "flotante" es una de las
exhibiciones en la feria de construccin de Hanover, Alemania.
Diseada para ser construida en un espacio limitado de terreno,
puede ser construida en un lote de 10 yardas cuadradas.Puede
ser usada como auditorio, sala de exhibicin, restaurante o casa.
Su creador sostiene que la casa puede con ms de 1,900 personas.
A.M.
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6:83 Almanaque de la
Panamericana
6:30 Noticiero
6:45 Msica para el desayuno
7:00 Sabores de mi tierra
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7:45 Su meloda predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca
internacional
8:30 Hablan los Astros
con An tinea
8:45 Cantares de Mxico
9:00 Los clasificados del aire
9:30 Dedicatorias
18:45 Noticiero
11:00 El mundo del vals
11:15 La novela matinal
Entre dos Amores
11:30 Cuba, su msica
y sus compositores
11:45 El Fakir Urbano
(Control remoto)
cortesa de la Empresa
Mayo.
12:00 Serenata espaola
12:15 Notielero
cortesa de "La Hora"
12:30 Lacho AscSrraga
y su rgano
Cortesa de la Fbrica
Nacional de Salchichas
1:00 Variedades musicales
1:15 Los boleros 'de moda
1:30 Cantares de Amrica
2:00 Orquestas de saln '
2:30 Sendas musicales
con Anoland
cortesa de El guila
Imperial
2:45 Su novela favorita
Un Grito en la Noche
cortesa de Kelvlx
3:00 Momento Romn tico .
con Ovidio Rodrguez
3:15 Mi Vida fue una
Mentira
dramatlzacln
E$tampa$ d la Vida Americana
EN LOS BOSQUES DE CAPE COD [
En primer lugar, digamos qu es un bosque. Hace sne* die
aos se present cierta plaga en Cape Cod. Loe verdes pines se-
mentaron a tomar color de anemia, se les calan las agujas, y los
troncos como esqueletos carbonizados anunciaban muerte. SI se
mueren los rboles el cabo quedar eemo un desierto. Las blan-
das arenas de las dunas movern sus olas en cmara lenta y
hasta se borrarn los lagos asules. Los trescientos lagos asule*
que sen lea trescientos Jos de este cabo que huele a. pinos.
T los expertos se fueron a ver qu ocurra con los pinos del
cabo. Al poco tiempo escuadrillas de avionetas zumbaban por
les aires, y rociaban de DDT.el bosque anmico. Asi, otra vea
qued el cabo verde como una esmeralda. El bosque es una cria-
tura viva. Usted entra al bosque y dice: Est intacto. No pare-
ce que 1st mano del hombre le haya tocado. Pero ha tenido, s,
sus ojos vigilantes. El hacha no ha resonado por ac. Quisas
all en los comienzos, cuando desembarcaron los peregrinos ene
venan a montar colonia, debieron ceder muchos troncos al afn
de quienes tenan que hacer sus cabanas, y sus Iglesias de ma-
dera. Eso hoy parece prehistoria, arqueologa. Lo ms tierno
en este momento es ver a las gentes que tienen por estos bos-
ques sus cabanas, sembrando rboles. Ms pino*. Otros pinos.
Pinos diferentes.
Por los caminos que serpentean entre el bosque no se ven
siempre las cabanas, que estn adentro, mirando casi siempre a
un lago escondido. Hacer una cabana es obra de carpintera y
amor. Los ricos de Nueva York vienen al bosque, y ellos mismos
nacen de albailes. Cuando la cabana est ya erguida, todo va,
llegando all con precisin ejemplar. De la estacin de gas, en
un camin el hombre que distribuye los tambores metlicos; el
gasero. asi, en la estufa no hay sino que raspar el fsforo >
el lucfero para que una flor de Uamitas azules callente last
marmitas. Cada tercer da llega el lechero, y deja a la puerta,
una leche rica y fresca, sabrosa como si al pie de la vaca pu-
diera beberse en el centro del bosque. Naturalmente, la lecha
hay que guardarla en la nevera. Pero el hombre de la planta da
hielo llega los lunes, los mircoles, los viernes, con enormes tro-
zos qne el mismo coloca en su puesto, sin que nadie tenga nada
que ver cen l. En la cabana hay puertas para que no entren
los mosquitos, pero las cerraduras o no existen, o no se usan
Es asi como se lleva la vida salvaje en el centro del bosque.
Como los lagos se forman de los deshielos, el agua es tan
pura que se ven las piedras del fondo como si estuviesen a una,
vara de la superficie, y puede haber cinco varas de fondo. Esto
se observa desde las caneas. Una de las experiencias agradables
en el lago es agarrar el canalete, y poco menos que en cueros
empujar la canoa y vagabundear sin rumbo y sin premura per
la pista liquida mirando en torno el anillo de los montes. La-
canoa, como es obvie, es de aluminio. Durante el invierno se
guarda en la sala de la cabana. Cuando llega el momento do
usarla, los nios de la casa la echan sobre su hombros, y al;
agua!
La cabana se abandona cuando termina el verano. Se ajus-
tan entonces las puertas, se le pagan las cuentas al lechero, al
gasero, al helero, se guarda otra ves en la sala la canoa, y re-
gresa la familia a Nuera Tork. Cuando vuelve el verano, se
abren las puertas, se avisa al lechero, al gasero, al helero, y se
saca la eanoa de la sala al lago. Esto es tan sencillo como en-
cender o apagar la luz, apretando un botn de la pared.
GERMAN ARCINIEGAS.
ROBERTO ElSENMANN
Administrador Gral. de Rentas Internas
AVISA
que el dita 31. de Agosto vence el placo
para pagar a la par el IMPUESTO SO-
BRE INMUEBLES correspondiente al
2o., cuatrimestre de 1951. Despus de
esa fecha, se cobrar el recargo que es-
tablece la Ley.
Flash!
Economice reconstru-
yendo sus llantas.
Cuestan menos y dura.,
al igual que las nuevas.
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Comisionado de 8 e g u r i,d a d
Hugh Potter, quien defendi a
ios burdeles alumbrados con Ui
r.eon como "un mal necesario
desde los tiempos bblicos" ac-
cedi a cerras los burdeles des-
pus que la 8ocledad Mdica de
condado aprob una resolucin
contra la prostitucin.
Potter dijo que "accedera a
los deseos de la fraternidad ir-
dica y que hara lo ms indi-
cado para enfrentarse a la si-
tuacin".
Anteriormente, Potter habla
rechazado con disgusto las pe-
ticiones similares hechas por
grupos de la Iglesia, calificn-
dolo de "reformadores profesio-
nales" y defendi a los burie-
les como una proteccin para
las mujeres honorables.
Las autoridades dijeron que
stos establecimientos tienen
permisos para alquilar cuartos
y que podrn seguir operando
como casas de pensin.
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DOMINICAL
i i
FAGINA
Se registra una baja parcial de precios
con un volumen limitado de operaciones
Mejoran precios
de los valores
del Gbno. de E.U.
Por Charles F. Speare
(N.A.A.)
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 23
(EPS)NI las acciones de em-
iresas Industriales ni lai de
as ferroviarias respondieron
esta semana, como poda ha-
berse esperado, a los nuevos al-
tos precios registrados en la
anterior. A mediados de la se-
mana la seccin Industrial
mostr mejores perspectivas.
Pero era indudable que la fir-
meza demostrada por ambas
clases de valores la semana que
termin el 11 no Impresion al
pblico inversionista ni a los
estudiantes de la materia.
Las noticias tanto domsti-
cas como internacionales han
Ido favorables, pero ha habi-
' do una reduccin en el volu-
men de loe valores negociados
y cierta baja en los precios. Se
Indica como posible causa, en
lo que se refiere a las acciones
de ferrocarriles, la desilusin
sobre el porcentaje de aumen-
to que se permitirla en los fle-
tes. Pero las perspectivas sobre
ganancias netas en el segundo
semestre del ao ferroviario son
prometedoras.
Los despachos diarios de Co-
I rea no producen entusiasmo a-
I .Cerca de un pronto arreglo. Co-
mo influencia en el mercado
de valores, esta situacin ha
perdido mucho de su anterior
significado. Por otra parte, las
| perspectivas son ms alenta-
doras en lo que se refiere a
Lia situacin poltica de Fran-
I ca e Italia, asi como a la si-
tuacin econmica britnica. La
conferencia que se realizar en
octubre entre el tesoro norte-
americano y su colega brlt-
l.nlco considerar la poltica que
|:se adoptar en cuanto al pago
lde Intereses por el emprstito
.'norteamericano de 1946.
Uno de los aspectos ms sa-
I 11st act or ios en la situacin re-
I latlva a Inversiones es la cons-
tatante mejora de precios de los
" valores del gobierno norteame-
ricano. Muchas de las emisio-
nes a largo plazo se han ven-
dido sobre su valor facial. Los
Bonos de la Victoria al dos y
medio han subido de 96 y 3|4 a
[tf y 4. Esto ha revivido el
espritu de los funcionarlos
.nanearlos responsables a tener
en cartera esos valores. El efec-
de este eambio se ha hecho
^sentir tambin en los bonos'
municipales y de corporaciones
1 Industriales. 81 esto va a pro-
Irrogarse hasta septiembre, fe-
cha en que sern ofrecidas las
{nuevas emisiones de bonos, es
I algo que no puede pronosticar-
lie. Lo ltimos Informes indi-
lean que algunos de los bonos
(de la Michigan Oas, al tres y
imedio, no se han vendido.
Un golpe para los grupos de
[Ingresos limitados sera la pro-
| posicin hecha por la comisin
de finanzas del Senado la se-
Imana pasada, para aumentar
Tdel 20 al 23 por ciento los
(impuestos sobre ingresos de
I $3.000 $5,000 y del 50 por
ciento al 53 por ciento a los
(mayores de $100.000. Es indu-
Idable que para quienes ganan
menos de cinco mil dlares al
lao el aumento propuesto en
Jos Impuestos constituye una
carga proporclonalmente mayor
que la sealada para los que
tienen Ingresos mucho mayo
lies.

DEFIENDA



SU DINERO
PUERTO RICO. Uno de los pases que ms han progresado ltimamente en Amrica es
Puerto Rico. Desde el ao 1947, el Gobierno de Estados Unidos ha ayudado a Puerto Rico a
crear 146 nuevas industrias, creando as fuentes de trabajo para ms de 20,000 personas. Se
estn instalando pequeas fabricas a un promedio de diez mensuales, y en 1950 se invirtieron
75 millones de dlares en construcciones. La vista superior nos muestra una moderna urba-
nizacin en Puerto Nuevo, la cual proveer alojamiento a 12,000 familias. En la fotografa in
ferior vemos a los obreros de las compaas constructoras aglomerndose frente a la ventani-
lla del pagador un fin de semana.
Churchill delinea su poltica
para las prximas elecciones
Pero el Partido Conservador
ha decidido por razones de
! I tctica no darlo al pblico
Un xito sin precedente es
el Museo Cientfico de Cera
Sindicato de radio
elige su directiva
En una reunin extraordina-
ria del Sindicato Nacional de
ladlo-Periodistas de Panam,
procedi ayer a elegir Ja
aueva directiva que habr de
tegir los destinos de ella has-
ta el 25 de agosto de 1952. La
ueva directiva, que fue Jura-- teniendo el Museo Cientfico de
La prxima semana daremos
a conocer las distintas opinio-
nes de personas versadas en esa
rama de la medicina.
Este museo est abierto de
10 de la maana a 10 de la no-
che, siendo los martes y viernes
para damas solamente.
No espere que le cuenten vi-
site usted el museo cientfico
de cera en Avenida Per No. 16.
xito sin precedentes est ob-
[entada ayer mismo, qued ln-
egrada asi: presidente, Eduar-
" C. de Freltas Martinez; se-
rio general, Toms O. Mon-
ero J.; secretarlo ejecutivo,
darlos Cabezas Luna; secreta-
rlo de finanzas, Cristina A. Ro-
an; secretarlo de actas, C. H.
costa; secretario de relacio-
nes, Felipe E. Botello; secre-
erio de defensa y trabajo, Ra-
jn Pbrega; secretario de
prensa y propaganda, Eduardo
Soto; secretario de organl-
icin, R. C. Medina.
En la sesin de ayer tambin
le procedi a elegir el tribunal
le honor, el cual fue electo por
kclamaclon en la siguiente tor-
na: Julin Prez Jr., ex-presi-
lente del Sindicato Nacional
fe Radio-Periodistas; Faustino
:orn H.. Pantalen Henriquez
ernal y don Homero Vels-
nes, conocido radlo-perlodista
actualmente Gobernador de
Provincia de Panama.
Desde ayer mismo se encuen-
ra laborando ya la nueva di-
rectiva del Sindicato Nacional
|e Radio-Periodistas y tiene
na fuerte representacin en el
omite Central que est orga-
nizando el homenaje nacional
lira el radio-periodista y es-
rltor seor Ignacio de Jess
aldi Alvarez Jr. (Nacho Val-
i).
Cera, que se exhibe en Avenida
Per nmero 16, al lado del
Teatro Iris.
Oran cantidad de personas de
todas las capas sociales estn
visitando este museo cientfico,
quedando satisfechas de las dis-
tintas exposiciones que en l se
exhiben.
Por H. J. Sargin t
(NANA)
muerte de Oliver Stanley, Bu-
tler ha sido la tercera perso-
na de la jerarqua conservado-
ra en la Cmara de los Co-
munes.
silarios, etc., han quedado im-
presionados, unos del misterio
de la natalidad, otros de los es-
tragos de la sfilis en el cuerpo
humano, etc., etc.
LONDRES, agosto 25. (EPS.
Winston Churchill se encuen-
tra en Annecy, en la Saboya
francesa, con su esposa y su
hija menor, la seora Mary
Soames. Est satisfaciendo su
aficin a pintar.
Pero antes de partir de Lon-
dres dej preparado el pro-
grama poltico que qfrecer a
la nacin en caso de una tem-
prana eleccin general. No se
sabe todava cuando ser pu-
blicado este programa. Por su
Earte, los socialistas tampoco
an publicado el suyo, aunque
ha estado circulando una ver-
sin extraoficial del mismo.
Poco antes de que el Par-
lamento entrara en su receso
de verano hace dos semanas,
dos miembros conservadores
del mismo parecan pensar que
el programa en cuestin sera
publicado en este mes; pero la
oficina central del partido con-
servador ha decidido, por ra- ,
zones tcticas, demorar tal pu- 'f, lnduf trias de guerra reque-
blicacln. arguyendo que lo ^*" tro medto mUln de
hombres para 1953-54. Muchos
hasta creen que tal cifra es
muy baja y que las Industrias
Como Morrison, Butler es el
administrador del partido en
su seccin y es el encargado
de los detalles y de coordinar
las actividades dentro y fuera
de la Cmara. Si los conser-
vadores vuelven al poder, se-
guramente ser miembro del
gabinete, probablemente minis-
tro de finanzas.
Ni los conservadores ni los
socialistas ocultan su ansiedad
por la escasez de hombres que
sufre la nacin, particularmen-
te en conexin con el progra-
ma de armamentos. Una cau-
sa de preocupacin para ambos
partidos es la oposicin de los
trabajadores organizados a que
se Importen obreros extranje-
ros. Esta actitud se hizo pa-
tente hace poco en las minas
de carbn de Yorkshire, cuan-
do los mineros rehusaron acep-
tar a trabajadores italianos que
vinieron a Inglaterra con ple-
no conocimiento y autorizacin
de la Unin Nacional de Mine-
ros.
Se anticipa que se necesita-
rn por lo menos cien mil hom-
bres ms en las fbricas de
aeroplanos y caones, y que
socialistas se beneficiaran si
i conocieran el programa con-
2S21^t.en:7l^.!1T5.r:lv.dor poradelantado. Pero
algunos de los lderes "torles'
creen que su partido est co-
rriendo el riesgo de dejarse
quitar a Iniciativa por sus
oponentes
En realidad, todo gira al-
rededor del costo de vida, que
contina subiendo y todas las
evidencias sealan que los vo-
Gigli en Ro
RIO DE JANEIRO, agosto 15.
(AFP). Procedente de Mon- tantea consideran que este es
el principal problema del da.
Es fcil predecir que Chur-
chill tratar de este problema
ampliamente cuando hable en
la conferencia nacional del
partido conservador el mes
prximo.
Aunque no hay ningn nom-
bramiento oficial en la mate-
ria, Richard Austera Butler es
de hecho el Jefe del partido
conservador en estos momen-
revideo lleg el clebre tenor
Italiano B Olgll, quien actua-
r en la temporada lrica del
Teatro Municipal, que se Inau-
gura el prximo jueves.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
areas y de armas necesitarn
pronto un cuarto de milln de
trabajadores ms.
Y es muy dudoso que pueda
enfrentarse esta necesidad sin
la cooperacin de las organiza-
ciones obreras. Pero ninguno
de los partidos principales de-
sea poner este movimiento en
marcha. Pero aun cuando pu-
diera resolverse el problema fa-
vorablemente, lo seria a costa
de otras industrias- que estn
produciendo artculos esencia-
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.
D O MINI C AE"
DOMINGO, AGOSTO 2, 1*51
4-
Roque y Fers se Juegan
hoy opcin al subcampeonato

del Ftbol mayor de Coln
ESTADO NL TOtNBO
MtM i* Celen
ll/lllll .... i i u
a. pfte .......2 1 *
Important* partido ofrece ti-
to teftf a les 4 el ftbol eo-
)hmm entre 16 eon.i untos D*-
gertrre Feria v Atltleo San
^3* norme Inters es el re-
citado de este cotejo pera em-
boe e*e*oTyt que te jugarn
ei ubc*mp*onto.
Aj tenemos que el Deportivo
rerle con solo empatar se ase-
gurar el segundo lugar: el A-
Utleo 8a/) Roque por su parte
necesita gansr para manttiier
su Opcin a dicho titulo.
Ambos equipos han practica-
do eon gran empeo para cite
compromise y se pronostica un
luego reidsimo.
H idebto del basket en el Interior
apreciar en una justa Nal.
Provinciales

p7/
tmm' la proposicin presen-1
tada de que las Provincias de
CelAn y Panam deberan en-
viar le* equipe* campeones en
Jugar de k> respectivo seiec-
ionados lo Tome? Hacio-
aeles 4*1 Basketball menor. 1
onecido deportista y entendido
m basketball, seor Luis Cout-
t. noa ha enviado la siguiente
23 de Agesto de 1951.
rlierme Rolla
'itor Jefe de la feeeln
tiv% El Panama- Amrict
dad .
_Umaao tenor Redactor
Me haba abstenido de en-
viar) ml opinion, con respecto
al tan debatido asunto de un
yeeto que present hace al-
semanas, el Federado de
"aH por la Provincia de
al sene de la Federa -
deal Nacional de te deporte.
on al propsito de que tanto
felina cerno Coln enven a
le* equipo? campeones en ves
a seleccionado a loa eampeo-
natOs naelnal*.s que esa rama
*> pert Iva efecta anualmente,
nafjji de haber ledo en la
froaaa local varias opiniones,
a he atrevido a enviarle la
Ua, -modesto y slncra, y lo
hi* sin apasionamiento de
lUnguna ciase,' mas bien por el
deporte mismo.
TO importante en los juegos
limpeos, o es' ganar, sino
. ampetir: lo esencial en la .vida.
no es eanaulstar,. sino luchar''
too. frase emitida por el Ra-
yen Pierre de Coubertln. crea-
8it de los Juegos' Olmpicos
olemos y es dicha frase un
ertfad cuyo significado encaja
fe el dbate formado. Se ha
tejado a un lado el sentimiento
^jepttlv*. eue debe' prevalecer
Obre la ambicin de un triunfo
ajete. Opino que las compe-
tencias nocionales se han venl-
elsbrando con la Idea de
gormar atletas capacitados y
Os la intencin de. crear gene-
>-guiones sanas y alejadas del
2*leie, y no con el fin meiqul-
."*> de ganar una competencia.
li'to le preguntara a los gestores
- dicha idea: Mostrara supe-
L? rieetoa* alguna seleccin que
*!j-VJhs, a un equipo campen de
S Panam o Coln? Demostrara
* .. -----------------------:-------------
s
adelanto ea esta rama deporti-
va algn jugador que alterne
con Jugadores inferiores, en al-
gunos casos, si llegara a cris-
talizar esta idea? En qu plano
te situaran los dems equipos
flue compiten en el Campeona-
to Centroamericano de Basket-
ball, si acordaran por mayora
que Panam por su superiori-
dad en Basketball en dicho cir-
cuito solo enviara el campen
nacional a djchp campeonato en
vez de una seleccin como es lo
correcto? Cunto podran mos-
trar su adelanto los jugadores
de las dems provincias, compi-
tiendo frente a fuertes seleccio-
nados de Panam y Coln
frente a equipos dbiles, que no
pueden alternar en debida for-
ma frente a una aduccin met-
dicamente entrenada y formada
PM Jugadores estrellas de las
igas Menores de Panam y
Coln.
Es correcto que cada provin-
cia deesaria obtener los mas al-
Um hqnores en cada competen-
cia, pero la victoria debe obte-
nerse dentro de una norma pa-
reja para todos los competido-
res, pues cualquier ventaja que
obtenga un participante sobre
el otro antes de la partida ie
restarla mrito al triunfo al-
canzado. Algunos aos atrs las
competencias tanto en Basket-
ball como en Baseball se desa-
rrollaban en la forma como se
desea implantar ahora, pero e
comprob que en vista de un
acuerdo aprobado por los equi-
pos participantes (Ligas Pro-
vinciales i los jugadores, natales
de determinada provincia pue-
den ser seleccionados para de-
fender los colores de su provin-
cia natal. Entonces tanto Pana-
m como Coln debilitaban sus
lineas al encontrar n sus filas
jugadores oriundos de determi-
nada provincia.
Ahora bien, haciendo historia
deportiva, hace algunos aos.
cuatro para ser exactos, cuan-
do se celebraba el campeonato
en David, el equipo de Chlrlqui
se bati. en buena lid frente a
las representaciones deportivas
'de Panam y de Coln; tenia
Chlrlqui en esa poca un equipo
de pjansa. gil, buen pulso, ex-
, clente defensa, buenos avan-
ces y pases, y sobre todo dlrec-
Juego De Capital Importancia Sostienen Hoy
Canad y Vallarino En El Base De Barraza
El ganador se mide maana con el Miranda
para decidir k primera vuelta del torneo
Comentado e importante par-
tido sostienen hpy en la maa-
na en el cuadro de Barraza, los
equipos Canad y Vallarino en
la cont'nuac'n de la Serle eli-
minatoria por el ganador de la
primera vuelta de la contienda
de Baseball de la Liga de Ba-
rraza.
Ambos equipos se encuentran
bien acondicionados para este
compromiso y se presentarn
con sus mejores unidades para
tratar de asegurarse la victo-
ria desde los primero episo-
dios.
El vencedor de este cotejo se
medir maana en la tarde a
las 4 en el mismo cuadro con el
Miranda, y el triunfador de es-
te partido se anexar la prime-
ra etapa de la Justa.
La Liga de Baseball de Ba-
rraza retir al Crespo, ganador
de la primera vuelta, por no
cumplir sus compromisos en la
segunda mitad. En vista de sto,
acord efecta.- una serle re-
lmpago para decidir el nuevo
ganador de la jornada. En el
primer Juego el Miranda elimi-
n al Gray vencindolo por 6 a
5: hoy tiene lugar el segundo
encuentro y maana se resuel-
ve este torneo eliminatorio.
Sigue boy la reida
lucha por comando
del ftbol chileno
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol de Chile
G. E. P. Pt
Sigo. Morning .... 8
Colo Colo.........7
El Primer Ministro de Irn
da su opinin sobre disputa
por la poltica Nacionalista
Por Stella Marrold
(NANA) .
TEHERAN, agosto 25. (EPS).
El Primer Ministro Iranio.
Mahommed Mossadegh habl
recientemente, por primera vez
desde el incidente en torno al
clon atinada, como que su di-
rector era el Profesor Manuel
J. Hurtado. No conquist el
campeonato porque la suerte le
fu adversa, y cabe recordar
que su derrota frente a Pana-
m la decret frente a Pana-
tres segundos finales del parti-
do, y podemos decir, sin temor
a equivocarnos, oue el equipo
de Panam que gan el cam-
peonato ha sido uno de los me-
jores que han competido en
campeonatos nacionales. Lo que
taita es formar nuevos: Calon-
go Jurado, Tony Palacios, Co-
Facho Almengor, Boloportgo He-
rrera. Mamavila Osorto, Elias y
Pedro Osorlo y dems Jugado-
res interioranos que ran birlla-
do en esta clase de competen-
cias. Por ltimo creo que la si-
tuacin deportiva en Panam, y
al hablar de Panam me refiero
a todo el territorio nacional, es-
t afectado por la falta de Ins-
tructores idneos capaces de
brindar un adelanto absoluto
en nuestra Juventud deportlvn,
ya que tenemos bastante mate-
Vial que con un poquito de pu-
limento podran alternar parejo
frente a Jugadores de mas fo-
gueo. Hacia eso e3 donde debe-
mos enfilar nuestras bateras,
unidas para persegus un bien
comn v dejarnos de mezquin-
dades que en el deporte sobran.
Agradecindole la atencin
3ue le presten a la presente se
espide su atento y seguro ser-
vidor,
Luis A. Coutt.
W LA RECTA. Lerenso Deselle se estira eai a ras del suelo con el fin de balancear la
sjeieefeleto al dar la ear a el campeonato celebrado en Frankfort, Alemania. En la recta
Atol fe ftoelelta toda per Wlggefl Kraus se Impuso por medio cuerpo de ventaja.________
...... i i "
Audax Italiano .... 6
Everton .............. TJ
Univ. Catlica .... 6
Univ. de Chile .... 4
Unin Espaola ... 5
Iberia ............. 5
Wanderes ........... 4.
Magallanes .......... 3
Ferrobadmlnton ... 3
Green Cross..... 3
3 18
17
IB
ifi
15
13
13
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4
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6 13
7 10
7 10
7 9
8 8
petrleo y desde que desem-
pea el cargo de Primer Mi-
nistro, sobre el plan de su pas
para poner en operacin la
nueva Compaa Nacional Ira-
nia de Petrleo. Se refiri tam-
bin a las relaciones ruso-ira-
nias.
Mossadegh empez nuestra
conversacin diciendo: "El go-
bierno Iranio prepar la for-
mula para un acuerdo, la cual
le fue entregada al Embaja-
dor Averell Harriman hace va-
rios dias, para que se la trans-
mitiera al gobierno britnico.
Conforme a esta frmula, la
extraccin, la venta y refina-
miento del petrleo de los po-
zos iranios debern ser hechos
por el gobierno del Irn. Todos
estos tres aspectos debern es-
tar a cargo del gobierno de
nuestro pas".
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Agos-
to 26 (Por O. A, Rolla iLa d-
cima cuarta fecha del torneo
de ftbol profesional de la Di-
visin de Honor, seala para
hoy Importantes partidos entre
los oncenos:
Audaz vs Santiago Morning
Univ. Catlica vs Iberia
Wanderes vs Magallanes
Everton vs Green Cross
Unin vs Univ. de Chile
Colo Colo.vs Ferrobadmlnton
Con estos partidos contina
hoy la reida lucha por el co-
mando del torneo, donde el
Santiago Morhlng fedender su
colocacin en el primer puesto,
mientras que el Colo Cojo, Au-
dax Italiano y Everton trata-
rn de pasarlo o emparejarlo
En esta forma vemos que uno
de los ms atractivos partidos
lo protoganizan hoy Audax Ita-
liano y Santiago Morning, ha-
biendo provocado tambin nu-
merosos comentarlos el coteio
que sostienen Unin Espaola
y Universidad de Chile.
cesltan. Se ha hecho saber es-
to por medio de la prensa de
los varios pases que eran nues-
tros clientes, y se continuar
hacindose durante un perodo
de tiempo razonable. Tienen
Cuando se le pregunt si el" iJTnhf.rnn iS"!?!
)bJerno vendera todo el pe- 5? *' gol2 ? lral. de?
gobierno venderla todo el pe
trleo o parte del mismo a los
britnicos, el primer ministro
respondi: "Hemos decidido
venderle nuestro petrleo a
nuestros clientes anteriores/f-
sean quienes fueren, ya se trate
de Inglaterra o de cualquier
otro cliente anterior, si desea-
ran comprarlo. Nuestro plan es
el de distribuir el petrleo en-
tre los pases libres del mundo, Respondindole a Rich ard
aquellos que eran clientes nnes- Stokes, el Jefe de la delega-
tros anteriormente. cin britnica que est encar-
"El gobierno britnico podran gada de las negociaciones en
de poco tiempo, para poder
comprar el petrleo que nece-
siten". No se ha fijado an
una fecha exacta.
El Afganistn, el Pakistn y
la India han enviado ya repre-
sentantes al Irn para nego-
ciar con el gobierno con miras
a la Compra da petrleo.
obtener tanto petrleo como
obtena antes, y esperamos quo
los otros gobiernos se pongan
en comunicacin con el gobier-
no Iranio lo antes posible para
la compra del petrleo que ne-
torno a la cuestin del petr-
leo, y quien le dijo a un grupo
de periodistas que la Oran Bre-
taa tena cincuenta y tres ofi-
cinas para la distribucin del
petrleo Iranio.
EL
*J MANDAMIENTO
de la Ley de Dios reza:
No Matars!
ENANO PELOTERO. La ltima carcajada de Bill Veeck en San Luis es el enano Ed Gaedel
de 26 aos de edad que mide 3 pies 7 pulgadas. El lillputlano de Chicago aparece aqui batean-
do nor Frank Saucier, quien abra el Juego para los Carmelitas contra los Tigres. El lamedor
Bob Cain bole al "microbio" jugador y Jim Delsing corri por l. El receptor de los Tigres,
Bob Swift, y el arbitro Ed Hurley, estn atentos a la jugada. Resultado: Los Tigres protes-
taron.___________________ .
Finaliza Hoy El Campeonato
Del Ftbol Menor Capitalino
Centuria y Dep. Foche Se
Disputan Hoy El Campeonato
Del Ftbol De 2a De Coln
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol Mnor de Coln
G. E. P. Pt.
Dep. Foche ........6 10 13
Dep. Centuria,.....6 0 1 12
Abel Bravo .......... 4 13 9
Amaiona ............ 2 0 6 4
Pm. Sporting ----- 0 0 8 0
Los conjuntos Deportivos Fo-
che y Centuria se disputan esta
tarde el Campeonato del ft-
bol de segunda categora de la
Liga Provincial de coln.
Este es el ltimo encuentro
del torneo y el juego esta sea-
lado para las 2 y 80 p.m. en el
Estadio de la cuidad atlntica.
El Foche conquistar el titulo I
con solo empatar, pero si el
Centuria triunfa, este onceno
entonces obtendr el campeo-
nato y el Foche tendr que
conformarse con el Subcampeo-
nato.
Como puede anr^'r"-
ten suficiente motivos para es-
perar una contienaa rt.i.u
donde ambos equipos ni darn
ni pedjsn cuartel.____________
Grandioso festival bailable
tienen el Io de Septiembre
los ex-lumnos del "IPA"
En sta, como en otras ocasiones, volvern a triun-
far los Panamericanos
El lo. de Septiembre prx^no
tendrn un formidable festival
bailable los Ex-alumnos del IPA
Este se llevar a cabo en los
amplios y especiales salones que
se han contratado en el Jar-
dn Balboa- Las invitaciones es-
tn circulando ya en estos
das y existe un gran entusias-
mo entre los graduandos de I"A
ATMICOS El artista John Sunley aes da una Idea de lo que ser el subma-
dtl futuro. La Marina de Estados Unidos anunci oue le ha otorgado un contra-
ta a ana fina* naviera para la construct del primer submarine atmico.
LA RED PANAMERICANA
TRANSMITE DE LUNES A VIERNES
para orgullo de nuestro pas!!
SABORES de mi TIERRA
Msica, tradiciones y leyendas panameas
en una produccin

de
CATN vasquez
por participar de tan elegante
acto social.
Una formidable y melodioso
orquesta ha sido contratada pa-
ra amenizar este acontecimien-
to y habr concursos de bailes
como valses, mambos, pasoo-
bles y otros.
La cuota ha sido fijada en
solo Un Balboa y solo pagarn
los caballeros pues las damas
asistirn previa Invitacin. El
baile empezar a las 8 de la
noche y continuar hasta la
madrugada.
La actual Junta Directiva pre-
sidida por el seor Kourany vie-
ne laborando extensamente en
que el festival sea otro xito de
a agrupacin de IPAS.
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
FEDERACIN DE FTBOL
Tiene hoy domingo a las 2 de
la tarde Importante reunin en
su local de la Avenida B. No. 85
altos, para tratar y acordar los
varios e importantes asuntos
que se encuentran pendientes,
y se pide a todos los Federados
y Representante de Ligas Pro-
vinciales, la puntual asistencia.
BASKETBALL TRECINA
Pide a los Representantes de
los equipos participantes en el
segundo torneo la asistencia a
la reunin del prximo martes
28 a las 7 de la noche en el lo-
cal de calle 13 Oeste No. 29.
Santander-Alemn y
Ambalo-Amrica los
dos ltimos partidos
ESTADO DE LA CONTIENDA
Ftbol de 2a. Cut.
Lira Pryr. de Panam.
c E. r. Pt.|
Ambato ...........9 1 1 19
Santander ........ 8 2
Alemn ............... 6 3 2 15
Ancn Jr..........8 5 13
Hispano Jr........3 2 '
America ...........2 1 .8 5
El Campeonato de Ftbol del
segunda categora de la Liga
Provincial de Panam finaliza |
esta tarde en el Estadio Olm-
pico con los dos ltimos e im-
portantes encuentros a cargo de|
los equipos:
Santander vs Alemn
2.30 p.m.
* arbitro: A. Harrison
y
Ambato vs America
3.45 p.m.
arbitro: E. Marques
De acuerdo con el actual es-l
tado de los conjuntos, tenemosl
que el Ambato o el Santander I
se tltutalar campen, tenlendo|
los ecuatorianos la mejor op-
cin, por encontrarse de prlme-l
ro con mejor puntuacin y me-l
dlrse con un onceno considera-l
do ms dbil que el rival del|
Santander.
Los dos encuentros prometenl
resultar movidos e interesantesl
y segn sus resultados podrnl
provocarse interesantes alterna-|
tivas; asi tenemos que al el
Ambato empata y el Santander
gana, el torneo terminar em-|
patado entre ellos dos, y ser
necesario entonces un Juego ex-|
tra el prximo domingo pars
decidir el Campeonato; si am-
bos empatan, el Ambato con-
3uistar el titulo; si el Santan-
er triunfa y el Ambato fallaJ
entonces el Santander ser ej(
Campen.
Considerando la importancia
de estos cotejos, ts difcil pra
nosticar qu suceder esta tan
de, esperndose que ambos r
sultaran reidsimos y satlsfa '
torios.
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1DON SIZZLE Fonseci
2VOLADOR te) Tin Tai
3CALLEJERA Aqu Este
4ARQUIMEDES Slxaoli
5CORAGGIO 8tsm<
8LITUANA Hob No
7OAY ARTEL Glory's Ac
8ROYAL COUP W. Loci
9APRETADOR Hechl
10OPEX Jiilit
11LUCK AHEAD Don Joaquir
7:00 A. M.
HOA
7:00 A.M.
WHISKY CANAMNS1
od, etvwi
i^tui&Jc


MINGO, AGOSTO l, 151
DOMINICA!,
PAGINA CINCO
Cuatro Equipos Debutan Hoy En La Liga De Volleyball


La Semana
en Deportes
for Kjuilttmo Kolll
(MM
BASKETBALL.El Operten conquist el Campeonato feme-
nino de primera categora...Se adelantan los preparativos para
1 VI Campeonato Nacional en Santiago...El Bam se anex el Sub-
campeonato masculino de la divisin mayor...Los equipos Pell-
rrtex. ptica 8osa, Bam Jr., Fuerza y Luz, Carlos Eleta y Cente-
nario estn participando en la serle final por el campeonato
masculino de segunda... La Federacin est apurando las Bestio-
nes para enviar el Seleccionado al II Campeonato Centroameri-
cano en Guatemala y defienda el ttulo.. .Seis equipos asegura-
ron su participacin en el VI Campeonato.. .Se pedir la renun-
cia del Presidente de la Federacin.. .Los equipos La Mueca y
Don eco se disputarn maana en juego extra el ganador de,
la segunda vuelta de la justa de Catedral.. Catorce equipos Ins-
critos para la justa Juvenil del Club Internacional. .Atractivos
partidos esta ofreciendo la contienda femenina de segunda...
Se registran protestas en la serle final de la Menor.. .8in resol-
ver la peticin de que Coln y Panam no enven Seleccionado
al VI Campeonato.. .El 3 de Septiembre iniciar el Maran su
contienda. ..Movidos Juegos est presentando el campeonato de
Coln.. .Contina animado el concurso para escoger la Reina
del VI Torneo en Santiago... El Prl gan el titulo de Penonom.
Chesterfield y Combinado iniciarn serie el mircoles en Coln
El sbado se reunirn los Delegados del VI Campeonato... El
Chester gan el torneo chirlcano de primera y el Aserradero la
contienda de segunda.. .Antn y Penonom se estn disputando
el campeonato de Cocl...El viernes cerrarn las Inscripciones
del VI Torneo...Comisin del Comit Organizador del VI Torneo
gestiona en la capital ayuda a la Justa.
BASEBALL__Combinado nacional sostiene serle en Costa
Rica... Se recibe Invitacin de Nicaragua para que vaya el Selec -
clonado a sostener serie a mediados de Septiembre... Hoy juga-
rn Canad y Vallarino enla Justa de Barraza y el ganador cho-
car maana con el Miranda por el ganador de la primera vuel-
ta... Atractivos partidos sigue ofreciendo la Justa infantil de
Santa Rita...Se anuncia para el viernes el debut en Chitre del
equipo de las Fuerzas Armadas de Venezuela.. .Seleccin In-
fantil de Santa Rita y el de La Boca sostendrn sene de cinco
partidos el prximo mes...Se seala la cuota de jugadores de la
Liga Profesional... Se considera asegurada la participacin de
Panam en la XII Serle Mundial en Mxico... Continan actuan-
do satisfactoriamente nuestro peloteros en el exterior.. .Intere-
santes partidos est presentando la Liga Santa Rita en sus dos
circuitos...El Crespo fue retirado de la Liga de Barraza v se a-
cord efectuar serie por el ganador de la primera vuelta.
FTBOL.Finalizar esta tarde el Campeonato de segunda
de Panam con los juegos Santander vs. Alemn y Ambato vs.
Amrica...El Congreso tcnico piorrog por un ao el plazo de
la Federacin...Se anuncia para esta semana la escogencia del
Preselecclonado Nacional.. .En Coln se efectuar serie despus
Sue termine el Campeonato...Tambin finalizar hoy el torneo
e segunda de Coln con el Juego Foche que marcha de prlmeio
y el Centuria que est de segundo con un punto menos Tor-
neos pafa los circuitos mayor, menor e infantil organiza la Liga
de La Chorrera... Feris y bo.sman empataron en la primera de
Coln y esta tarde chocarn Roque vs. Feris...La Justa de Vista
Hermosa proseguir hoy con cuatro Juegos .
SOFTBALL.Se adelantan los preparativos para la prxima
campaa de 1 Liga Social...Dos juegos gan el San Blas esta
semana...Veraguas gan campeonato escolar...La Liga Social
estudia Importantes innovaciones., Continan animadas las
competencias del Abel Bravo... Organiza equipo el Club de Clases
ae los Bomberos...Los profesores del Abel Bravo retan a los ue
la Normal...8e teme que los dos mejores equipos de la Social no
Earticlpen en la prxima Temporada.. .Los Corsarios organizan
jrneo en Coln.
BOXEO.Esta noche pelear el norteamericano de color
Eddie Burgln con el campen pluma Federico Plummer en Co-
ln Se nombra Comisin en Chltr...El viernes se reanudara
la temporada amateur del Maran...Se anuncia para el 9 de
.septiembre l pelea L. Thompson vs. Chocolate II...Pgiles de
Interior participarn en las eliminatorias finales para escoger el
equipo a los Juegos Bollvarlanos en Venezuela.. .En el programa
amateur de la semana ganaron. L. Samuels, A. Tern, R. Andra-
de C Innis y M. Padilla...Se organiza campeonato amateur
en.Antn bajo la direccin de Simn Vergara...El campen wel-
ter de Cuba pelear aqui.
HPICA.Se correr esta tarde el Clsico "Econosoc" con la
participacin de los ocho mejores caballos de la Clase "A"...Pln-
cay sufri cada en Caracas.. .Buen nmero de caballos llega-
rn del exterior esta semana...Al jinete chileno Contreras lo
llaman "panameo" en su tierra.. Polvorazo gan la estelar del
pasado domingo.
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VARIOS.Continuarn hoy los partidos de los dobles de Te-
nis...El viernes saldr embajada deportiva al Darln.. .Entu-
siasmo en el interior por el torneo de atletismo del 30 de Sep-
tiembre...Se fund el Club deportivo el Escudo...Se informa
que diez son las principales obras olmpicas para el 54.. .La "ARD"
oe Coln nombr nueva Directiva con Marco Mendoza de Presi-
dente.. .Torneo de Levantamiento se ofrecer hoy en Coln...
Se organiza torneo de Ping Pong en David... Estn activos los
redactores deportivos de Chlriquf... Se realizarn mejoras en el
cuadro de Santa Rita...Se estudia colocar chapas de bronce en
el Estadio con los nombres de los mejores atletas...Se organiza
conmemoracin de los Primeros Juegos Centroamericanos...La
"ARD" de Panam tendr importante reunin el martes...O-
mar Revello nombrado Presidente del Instituto de Gimnasia y
Deportes.. El C. N. O. pidi se nombre o reelija a los Delega-
dos. .El torneo Esso de Golf est en su segunda vuelta.. .Se rea-
nudaron ayer las Competencias intercolegiales de Volleyball...
Cuatro equipos debutarn hoy en el torneo capitalino de Volley-
ball... Los Campeonatos Nacionales de Lucha tendrn lugar a
fines de octubre... El Ministro Navarro proporcion el. material
para la construccin'de la Casa del Deportista en An ton... El
atleta C. Clark est aqui y C. McSween contina mejorando en
los Estados Unidos...El campeonato de Simples en Tenis comen-
rara tan prr.lvo rnilli-i -\ 'orneo de dobles.. .Se organiz la Liga
capitalina de Volleyball con C. Omphrov de Presidente... Sigue
presentando buenos Juegos el torneo de Boliche.
Importantes Juegos Celebra En
Esta Fecha El Torneo "Spalding"
Dos interesantes partidos pre-1 nate y a las 9.30 Motta-Luke vs
senta hoy la justa de tennis | Schay-Guardia,
por pareja en la cancha de la Debuta en esta justa el des-
Piscina Olmpica en la disputa i tacad0 tenista norteamericano
Los Campeones De La Pista Se Disputan
Esta Tarde El "Clsico Congreso Econosoc

HERMANOS ARBITROS. Jack, a la izquierda y Gene Her-
nn constituyen lo que se cree la nica combinacin de her-
manos arbitros en el baseball organizado. Ellos estn por
primera ves actuando en un campeonato profesional en la
liga clase "Ploner" del Oeste.
Qued constituida la Liga de volley-
ball con G. W. Omphroy de Presidente
. En vista del marcado' entu-
siasmo e inters que est to-
mando el deporte del Volleyball,
dirigir esta actividad con orga-
nizacin y seriedad, llevar a
feliz trmino el torneo que se
Inaugur el pasado domingo, y
laborar en el desarrollo de este
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
del trofeo "Spauldlng
El primer ju go estar a car-
go de los destacados tenista?
Capitn Luke, quien es un Ju-
gador de reconocidos mritos
por lo tanto hay gran inters
Por medio de una circular
que lleg a nuestras manos, en.
viada por el Comit Organiza-
dor del VI Campeonato Nacio-
nal de Baloncesto Menor con
sede en Santiago de Veraguas,
y que se inaugurar el 11 del
mes venidero, nos hemos ente-
rado de que se les permitir
actuar a los Jugadores que tie-
nen ms de cuatro aos de es-
tar militando en torneos Nacio-
nales de Baloncesto Como
quiera que esta mocin de que
no actuarn dichos jugadores
'nos han manifestado) fu apro
bada en un congreso de Dele-
!;ados. cuando se verific en Co-
n el Campeonato, creemos
nosotros que debe ser retirada
en un Congreso de Delegados.
Esta medida naturalmente que
viene a robustecer a varios lu-
gares de nuestro Interior, entre
los que figura Chirlqui, que sin
lugar a dudas era uno de los
mas afectados con dicho acuer-
do, as como tambin Herrera.
No veremos nunca el adelanto
del Interior de la Repblica si
esa medida de que sigan ac-
tuando lor "veteranos" conti-
na en pie. Creemos nosotros
que las nuevas luminarias pier-
den el Inters de descollar en
una Liga, porque saben que hay
tres o cuatro veteranos que les
quitan la oportunidad.Chiri-
qu es un lugar donde todos los
aos se celebra Liga de Basket-
GASPAR
OMPHROY
pasatiempo, los seis equipos
constituidos acordaron organi-
zar la Liga Capitalina de Vo-
lleyball, quedando formada ia
Directiva por los siguientes co-
nocidos y entusiastas deportis-
tas:
Presidente, Gaspar W. Omphroy
Vice-Pres. J. A. Cartagena
Tesorero Mauricio Menasche
Secretario J. J. Saint Malo
Fiscal W. Brndele
Vocal Toms Jcome
El seor. G. W. Omphroy, co-
nocido comerciante, veterano
deportista y propulsor y coope-
rador de las actividades depor-
tivas, es una garanta en el car-
go de President- de la nueva
Liga, que Junto con el resto de
los miembros, debern realizar
una labor altamente provechosa
para el Volleyball, constituyen-
do una slida organizacin y
sealndole rumbos que servi-
rn para afirmar este deporte
ball y todos los aos van a los en forma definitiva en nuestro
Campeonatos las mismas caras, medio,
y preguntamos de qu sirven |
entonces las competencias de la
Liga sino producen caas nue-
vas
Reido duelo
se espera en
esta carrera

Por RDEME-
LOS Campeones de la pista re
enfrentarn esta tarde en el
Clsico "Congreso Econosoc" que!
se celebrar en el Hipdromo;
Nacional sobre una distancia de
1600 metros y por un premio de'
B.1.000.00 prueba en honor a
las distintas Delegaciones que .
se encuentran en Panam con
motivo del Consejo Econmico,
Social de la Organizacin de los
Estados Americanos.
Ocho ejemplares de los mejo-
res de Juan Franco, buscarn
el triunfo en esta gran prueba
que lleva las trazas de conver-
tirse en un gran duelo. Sand-
wood el caballo del pueblo sin
lugar a dudas ser le gran fa-
vorito para imponerse en esta
prueba, ya que su ltima carre-
ra lo ndica como el lgico ga-
nador. No obstai.te tendr que
extenderse a fondo contra Gri-
s ganador del Clsico "Cuerpo
Diplomtico" y que est atra-
vesando excepcionales condicio-
nes y Phoebus Apollo que rea-
parece guiado por Blas Agulrre.
Tambin tenemos a Koyal Coup
Dictador, Plnard, Welsh Loch,
y Full que muy bien pueden
dar la gran sorpresa.-
La carrera se presenta bas-
tante Interesante y sin lugar a
dudas ser reida rasta el fi-
nal.
He aqu nuestros pronsticos:
la. carrera Vlllarreal-Caa-
veral.
2a. carrera Juan Hulncho-Vo-
lador.
3a. carrera Campesino-Jota
Jota.
4a. carrera Slxaola-Bagaleo
5a. carrera Slsmo-Coragglo.
6a. carrera Black Bull-Hob
Nob.
7a. carrera Glory"s Ace-Ver-
mont.
8a. carrera Sandwood-Phoe-
bus Apollo.
9a. carrera Hechizo-Apretador
10a. carrera Jullto-Tapsy.
lia. carrera El Indlo-Tap
Girl.
Destacados Oncenos Se Miden Hoy
En El Ftbol De Vista Hermosa
G. P. P. Pt.
Lord Crester......5 o 0 10
Vista Hermosa .....4 1 1 8
Chileno ...........S 1 1 7
Juventud ......... 3 8 2 6
Millonarios ......... 2 12 5
Dep. Pern .......;. 12 14
Cervecera ........ 1 1 1 3
Llaurad.......... 1 1 2 3
Arsenal ............. 114 3
Orion ............... 112 3
Ibrico ............0 1 2 1
Parque Lefevre ___ 0 0 5 0
Con cuatro partidos conti-
nuar hoy la Liga de Ftbol de
Vista Hermosa su calendarlo re-
gular.
En esta dcima fecha del
ftbol de Vista Hermosa se .en-
frentarn los equipos: .
Ibrico vs Parque Lefevre
Lord Chester, vs Cervecera
Dep. Llaurad ve Arsenal ,
Orion vs Pern.
Los juegos prometen resultar
muy lucidos y se espera que la
cancha de Vista Hermosa est
hoy repleta de fanticos.

resultar
muy lucidos los
juegos sealados

Atractiva cartilla de
boxeo amateur se
celebra el jueves
Otro programa excepcional
nos presentar el prximo Jue-
ves la Comisin de Boxeo Ama-
teur Capitalina con la celebra-
cin de cinco Interesantes en-
cuentros.
i
Varios de los ms destacados
peleadores de estas filas se en-
frentarn y el programa es el
siguiente:
J. Thompse vs Roberto Daz
105 libras
L. Rodrguez vs W. Bralhwaite
135 libras
Sonny Stout vs Leo Johnson
135 libras
n.
Brathwaite vs Juan Moreno
120 libras
Juan Chacn vs Ernesto Taylor
120 libras
Sustitutos-
Ovidio Caballero vs M. Portillo
oraeio Ramsey vs W. Johnson
leam-Hampton vs Halman Pl- de verlo en accin.
iEST DEL TODO ACOTADA?
EST NERVIOSA Y PREOCUPADA?
jTal vsx trabaja demasiado
y no descansa lo suficiente!
Muchos gentes se hon mejorado imms-
diaiamenle con el
.'6ji
U *tiii*. i*i aalerai caben.
i tm pr'm iuAa, araMta %m alivian con I
MTtalTiVO a. I IV. CHAM, flaah i lar lata. .
NU1RIIIVO DFl
Dr. Chase
Tto o. A. w. ckow M.d,... Ca_
He aqu nuestros pronsticos
hpicos para las carreras de hoy
domingo:
la. Villarreal, por fuerza es
el candidato a ganar. Brochaci-
to, para place por la para: 2a.
Tin Tan, el cmico est como
la azcar, Juan Huincho, ene-
migo de cuidado; 3a. Jota Jota,
con todo y la para gana, Caci-
que, no puede con el nuestro;
4a. Arqulmedes, no hay duda
que el Pipo se los gana, Slxaola
condiciones tiene para ganar;
5a. Coraggio, coraje tiene el que
le da contra, Delhi, la vetera-
na no baja de aqu; 6a. Black
Bull, para abrir est excelente,
Lituana, ojo con sta que pe-
ligra; 7a. Vermont, viene de
para, pero el lote le queda chi-
co, Gay Ariel, no descuide a
ste tampoco; 8a. Phoebus Apo-
llo, con el Tanque hay que te-
merle, Royal Coup, ceder ante
nuestro escogido; 9a. Apretador
apretar fuerte al final, Hechi-
zo, ni con su nombre asusta;
loa. Opex, de caja a caja se los
ganar, Jullto, por el lote le co-
rresponde el place; lia. Luck
Ahead, ya es tiempo que haga
algo. Tap Girl, entre nuestro
escogida y sta est la carre-
ra. Hoy tenemos en estos pro-
nsticos alguna: colaboraciones
de Cruz Lasso. (El Sargento).
La Causa de la
Comezn de los Pies
Combatida con Nuevo Descubrimiento
El Dolor y la Comezn
Cosan Casi Inme-
Siente VA onm terriblecomein en
loo pies quo lo vuelve medio loco? 8o
agrieta y pela la piel do sus pleif So
lo formen en laa plantan y entre loo
dedoo ampolla quo ao revientan ha-
ciendo que ae formen olma nuevas?
Siente Ud. a veces eua piea tan las ti -
madoa a tal punto que le sangran? 81
padece Ud. de esas dolencias de loo
plea, debe darae uenta de que la ver-
dadera rauaa d mal ea un honjo o
l*rmn, y do qu.**Jd. no podr librar-
so do ese mal mientras no mate los
grmenes o parsitos que lo causan.
Combata la Cauto
Loo unffontos y lquidos ordinarios
no podrn hacerle mucho bien porquo
no combaten o matan la verdadera
causa, del mal. Por fortuna, al fin es
posible vencer esaa dolencias de los)
pies, y tambin Eczema y las Infeccio-
nes do la piel con Nlxedsrm, frmula
da un mdico baaada en la receta da
un especialista Ingls en enferms-
dadea de la piel, y que hoy Importan
todos los principales droculalaa. Nixo-
erm pondr fin a las dolencias de sus
Sm y qua lo producir satos S efectos
rflnltivos: 1. Mata los grmenes,
parsitos y hongos caunArUee da esas
Infecciones de los pies. S. Hacs cenar
la comezn, calma y refresca la piel oo
poro minutos. I. Hacs 1* piel clara,
suave y tersa.
Resultados Rpidos
Compre hoy Nixoderm en su botica.
ApHquesela esta ocha y por la ma-
ana notar una tremenda mejora.
En si trmino da 4 das Nlxedsrm ha-
br, destruido Ion grmene, parsitos
y hongos causantes de su dolsncla y
podr Ud. ver que rpidamente su piel
se suaviza, as iiace ms clara, delira-
da y sana. Pero continuo su uso tres
dlss ms para oslar seguro da que los
resultados son absolutamente satis-
factorios. Compra boy mismo Nas-
dsrm an su botloav.
Nixoderm
Pora Desordenas dm la I
El boxeador Eddie Burgin debuta hoy
frente a Federico Plummer en Coln
- El boxeador norteamericano
de color. Eddle Burgln, debuta
esta noche en Coln frente al
campen nacional de peso plu-
ma. Federico Plummer, a un
limite de diez -saltos y con un
peso da 128 libras.
A Eddle Burgln se le anun-
cia como Campen del Estado
de Ohio en Estados Unidos asi
como se Informa logr figurar
en la lista de los mejores .plu-
mas de la Revista llie Ring de
la gran nacin del Norte.
Dos semifinales a seis asaltos
cada uno tiene el' Programa y
medirn fuerzas, Black Bill vs
Vincent Worrell en un peso de
186 libras, y Carlos Watsori vs
Joe Andrade en 135 libras.
El preliminar correr a cargo
de Rodolfo Ampudla vs Al Ste-
wart a cuatros vueltas y en *124
libras.
Red Panamericana
tiene los
meiores programas
EL

5 o
MANDAMIENTO
de la Ley de Dios reza:
.
:No Matars!
L Liga de vrtleybaJT\cjrtta-
Hna entra hoy con gran calor
a desarrollar su calendario Cn
la-presentacin de tres partidos
que'se celebrarn en la caracha
de la Piscina Olmpica. > *
En.el primer partido de la
maana se medirn los enipos
Mauricio vs Omphrov, ';J|cgO
qlie prpmete atoarlTvai %\v.y
lntrresaht.es. El Mauricio debut
la semana pasada con un triun-
fo por lo cimi .se. le coasidfira
como nii() de. los Wiorwlequi-
pos de est torneo.
En los. otsos narCMoj}, debu-
tarn los puertosriquftfips con-
tra Batera 764 y el Derby, con-
tra el Pohd.

El equipo "Ponds" es rk nue-
vo equipo inscrito" eh eateV-Bga.
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Social DeporHyp
Celebra loy su cumpleaos el
entusiasta y conocido. eprtls-
ta Gilberto "Toti" Chnls. v
hasta ?itfdad
de MVxi-co.
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cuentr ,cv r-
sando siudioa
un versfrarlos.
le enviarnos
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ceras v' afec-
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comttleto enito
en sus estucos.
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ms destacados Jugadores, de
nuestro balompi. resultando
seleccionado en diversas 'oca-
siones y es miembro del*"'"*
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te est eh el auinto ao de Me-
dicina de la Universidad Aut-
noma de Mxico, y ltimamente
recibi una mencin hondrilca
por su olicaclri y rovec.hd- en
los estudios. .
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Rote v Motora
SE VENDE:Durarte Agosto sola-
mente, motores de gasolina Inter-
national para fuerza motriz, de
1 | 2 ; caballos de fuerza con
25" de descuento. Compona Al-
foro. S A., Avenido Per No. 28.
Panam.
SE VENDE
Automviles
Hemas rebajado drsticamente nues-
tras precios en todos los carros
usados. Venga y mrelos. Agencies
N.ih
SE VENDE:Modero, estantes, vitri-
nas, ventanas de vidrio. Precio de
incendio. Ave. Centra" 275, Gon-
2*'- _______
SE VENDE:Una tienda, uno confi-
no en Ponomi. Tambin camin
"Internotionol", corro Studebaker,
uno casa de modero, piladora de
orroz Con herramientas, en San-
tiago. Colle 21 de Enero con ca-
lle 24 No .1, Cantina Madrid.
SE VENDEN:Vestidos de montuno
Ocueo. Solictelos en la Escuela
Profesionol.
VENDEMOS uno mquina casi nue-
va de coser cajetas de cartn coa-
rrugado y grapas. Ci. Dulcidlo
Gonzlez N., S. A. Fbrica de Mo-
saicos. Ave Cuba No. 8.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
GANGA! Se vende lote en El
Congreio de 972 metros cuadra-
dos con frente o Via Espaa. Pre-
cio B. 12.000. ROBERTO MIRO.
Telfono 2-1215. Ponomi.
no de dos recmoros, salo come
dor. en colle 32 Este No. 33>A.'
Tel. 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA:Apurtamento: sala,
comedor; 2 recmaras, potio, ga-
rage Via Espaa, .calle Gerardo Or-
tega, caso # 3. Informes aparta-
mento No. 4, Tel. 3-2504. .
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento tres
recamaros, jardn, en Avenida
Balboa, esquina Federico Boyd. In-
formes Federico Boyd No. 1, pri-
mer piso.
SE VENDE:Abarrotara por no po-
darla etendor, muy barata. Faci-
lidades dt peoe. Colla B. Na. 33.
SE VENDE:
Lote de 730 M en "El Cangrejo .
Sector poblado y cerca Via Es-
paa. Oportunidad. B.5.500.00.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231 2-1215
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento moder-
no, fresco, de 2 recmaros, solo,
comedor, cuarto empleada, etc.
Colle 40 E No. 13. Cerco Colegio
Mara Inmaculada. Precio B.80.-
00. Llame 3^3959.
SE ALQUILA:A partir del 15 de
Septiembre, opartamento con todas
los comodidades modernas; en "El
Cangrejo". Consta de tres recma-
ros, salo, comedor, dos servicios,
cuarto de empleada, garage, agua
caliente, etc. etc. Tel. 2-1456.
SE VEND:Lotes en cos todos los
sectores de la Urbanizacin El
Cangreo. desde $5.75 el M*. RO-
BERTO MIRO. telfono 2-1215,
Panam.
SE ALQUILA
' Locale
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina
Arribo del Teatro Central.
SE VENDE:Lotes adjuntos en Las
Cumbres de un total de 910 M2.
Plomera y eletricitod. Precios |c .quipodo, a|t05 Formcio
atractivos. Llame Panoma 3- So,QIOr ra||e i Oeste No. 28
4067 I.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos una venta de
Ranga de artlc los sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJORES
PINTURAS te venden a los
ms halos orelos.
Por qu no ahorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO..F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Centra! 379.
Tel. 3-0140.
4* Tubera
i Negra r
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tubos 4" Sencillos----4.00
Tuboa 4'' Dobles......4.40
Tubos 2" SenciUos... .2.60
Tuboa " Dobles......2.80
Tees 4x4..........2.00
Yees 2x2..........100
Codos >a x2........75
etc.. etc.
Tel. 3-13A Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
onzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera "Pasadena
. PAPEL LUMINOSO
en distintos colores.
TUBERA NEGRA
Y GALVANIZADA
en todos tamaos.
Gran variedad de
FERRETERA "YALE"
Y "C0RBIN"
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-298
"Vendemos barato
para vender mas'*
Ponam.
SE VENDE: Carro Plymouth con
llantas y boterios nuevos. B. 125-
00. Verlo otras del Bazar Fran-
cs.
tE VENDE: Truc "GMC" 1 ton.
1940 ato (gob overengine' en
buen estado. B.250.00. Llame ol
Tel 2-1001.
SE VENDE:Corro Buick- sedan. 4
puertas modelo 1947. color negro
llantos nuevas, costado blonco, co-
mo nuevo, radio, cubre osientos
Llame telfonos 3-3338 2-
3102 v 3-1310. Sr Boyd.
MISCELNEA
SE ALQUILA:Cuorto y una pieza
No. 2560. calle 17 Rio Aboia__
GIRAN ESTA
mer Ministro Mohammed Mo-
ssadegh hizo entregar una m.ia
al enviado especial del Presi-
dente Truman W. Averell Ka-
rriman. poco antes de que pr-
llera anoche por la via aiea
tie regreso a Estados Unidos
La nota reitera el rechazo por
Irn de las propuestas presen-
tadas por Gran Bretaa en el
curso de las negociaciones que
terminaron en un fracaso ela
semana.
Mossadegh expresa la espe-
ranza de que todava sea pool-
ble reanudar las negoclaciur.es
sobre la base de las contrapro-
puestas iranias que Gran Bre-
taa rechazo.
..*.. r ._._. 'SE ALQUILA:Dos locales comer-
OPORTUNIDAD! Se venden lotes en V
Rifles de Baln
Marca "Daisf
desde 2.95
Pueblo Nuevo, facilidades de pa-
go. Agua y luz de Panam. Nuevo
urbonizocin ol lado de lo ciudod.
Infrmese loma lecheria Coss
donde se le mostrarn lindos te-
rrenos e informes.
cales o para oficinas en B..45.00
cada uno, en calle 13 Oeste caso
69. Infrmese segundo alto.
SE VENDE:Directamente, sin In-
termediarios, espaciosa y elegonte
residencia de 4 recmaras, 2 ser-
vicios sanitarios. 2 porches, sola
comedor, cocino, pantry, patio in-
terno de mosaicos, corredores,
cuarto de empleada con su servi-
cio, lovoderos y garoge. Terreno
500 M* en esquina, frente ol Co-
legio Mario Inmaculado, cerco de
comisariotos, botica, iglesia, hos-
pitales, parada de buses. Ultimo
precio B.30.000. Tiene hipoteca
de 10.000. Avenida Justo Aro-
semeno No. 79 y Calle 41. Soli-
cite informes en lo mismo coso.
ALQUILASE locol comercial o vende-1
se llave. Conveniente. Calle 16 j
Oeste No. 38. 2 a 3. p. m. |
SE ALQUILA:
Local para oficina o negocio en el j
Edificio Costilla del Oro, ol lodo
del hotel El Panam.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-J-X 2.
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
NUESTROS ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle 1 ate No. 4 Tel. 2-2*00
SE ALQUILA
r_-
tg\
Avisamos a nuetros clientes avicul-
tores que hemos recibido un nue-
vo emborque de los insuperables
olimentcs Full-O-Pep, los cuales
estn c la vento en El Molina
Criollo. Avenida B No. 61.
NUEVE
no de magnificas
para el estudio. Ademas, el as-
pirante es hijo de padres po-
bres v el auxilio que pudiera
discernrsele lo colocara en
condiciones de finalizar su ca-
SE NECESITA
General
cualidades | SE NECESITA:Vendedor de 25 O
30 aos. Escribo ol apartado I64j ;
(.nono, Avenla o ino. di. los cuiiuitivurn . ...--------- ~_,i.
precios, cualquier dase, en socosl rrera en forma altamente satis-
de 100 libra- Bfi.70. Sacos de 25 ; factora, .urna
De Usted atentos y seguros
servidores.
tFdo) Ismael Garcia S.
incluyendo fotografas y referen-
cias
SE NECESITA:Costurera para cal-
zado y un montador de calzado.
Zapatera El Record. Calle B No
libros B 1.70
La oficina del Gerente General de lo
D>. i 0> Con rariatOl en Mcunt
Hope. Zo-3 del Canal, recibir
propue' hesta les 3:C0 de la
torde de! v.ernes, 14- de 'epliem-
bre de IOS' r -anco se obririn en
pblico, pora el suministro de 450.
000 libros, o o'ternativamente
725.000 lib'OS de Azcar Fina
Graiulodo. Los formulnos pora
las prop'j*'ta. ron detalles com-
pletes, podrn obtenerse en la ofi-
cina del Supply O Serv.ce Director,
Balboa Heights, o en lo del Geren-
te General en Mount Hope, Zo-
na del Canal
El Jurado
(Fio) Aida Illufca
El urado
(Fdo) M. Valdes
El Jurado
(Fdo) G. Pretelt
El Jurado _, '
(Fdo) Lenidas Piniila
El Jurado
i I,
NECESITAMOS empleados activas
poro trabajo de propagando y ven-
ta. Deben ser de bueno presencia san(10 los mismos meiuuus cun
y tener asp.rociones. Sueldo B2 00|q(|e Rabian llevado a cabo ste
diarios, con posibilidades de ou- I e que tratamos.
SE ALQUILA:A matrimonia da*I
seoras respetable!, chalet an Son
Francisco, con todas loa comodi-
dades, muy barate. Acuda al Caf
Sittn.
SE ALQUILA:Cholet recien cons-
truido, consta de dos recmaras,
sala, comedor, cocina, lavandera,
garage, dos porches v dos servicios
sanitarios. Urbonizocin el S. A.
S.. corretera San Francisco. Para
informes llamor telfono 3-1554.
hftee un trato con Weber para
que le consiga un uniforme de
polica que l se quiere poner
cuando d el (tolpe que tiene
planeado.
En dicho golpe le tocarn a
Weber $17.000 y eso es lo sufi-
ciente para que l no denuncie
a Cotter y como creen que to-
do saldr muy bien, ellos si-
guen planeando otros robos u-
sando los mismos mtodos con
SE NECESITA:
Vendedor con experiencia
!n ,yenta de vveres o de
mercancas en general.
Traer referencias y una
fotografa. Intil presentar-
se sin estos requisitos.
Almacenes Romero
Avenida Norte No. 48
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Espaa No. 121
Tel. 3-1503
Para celebrar su cumpleaos el mireples 22 de los corrientes,
la nlita Gloria Rita del Carmen Fernndez, hija del Dine-
tor de "La Hora". Arquniedes Fernndez, y de dona FeUfldad
Irlesias de Fernndez, reun* en su residencia a un grupo de
sus amifruitas y amigultos. Aqu vemoa al simptico grupo
reunido en la escalera de la casa, posando para nuestro fot-
grafo. Gloria Rita est al centro, en la primera la, al pie
de la escalera.

------------
DA SOCIAL Av50 Judicial
nia Diana Boyd Obarrio
nia Mara Elena Alfaro Da-
vil a
nio
Busto
Juanchito Tapia Ce\
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
me ore* nrnnramas
Cumpleaos de maana
Sra. Ana. Teresa Vallarlno de
Arias
Sra. Connie de Cont Men-
doza
Srta. Emilia Fbrega OoyUa
Sr. Juan Francisco Arlas Jr.
nia Jeanette Boyd Arlas
nia Michele Jcome
nia Grisella Talia Mndez
Sols
nia Marta Gonzlez Reviil3
Jurado
Paella
El Comit pro guardera in-
fantil del Club Interamericano
de mujeres dar una paelU. Cl,
lunes 27 a las cinco y media uc
la tarde en la casa de la sent-
la Rosa de Hernndez en el
Cangrejo a beneficio de la
Guardera Infantil
La invitada de honor ser la
seora Esperanza . de Mir,
Presidente del Comit quien
parte prximamente para la Ar-
gentina.
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO .
Por ite medio, el Juei del Circuito da
Bocii del Toro. CITA a GUILLERMO
FERNANDO PARRAGA OROZCO, cu-
ya identidad no a< especifica en el libe-
le de demanda correipondiente.' *ara
que ea el trmiyo de treinta (SBi di.
onUdoa dearte la--ti-a publicacin preaente dicto, comparezca a este tri-
bunal, por ai o por medie* * apoderado
Mgstaient* eontlljdo. a defeadar <-n
la- demanda ri"H oedmena que I*, h
promovido al "aeor RODRIGO SAf<-
CHKZ BORBON, pa-nin-Jo, major de
edad, caaado, atricullor y de mi ve-
cindad, en ai condicin ,da repreaantan-
a r >ua hermanoa y por medio rjr aco-
derado.
Be adviene al citado Parraio Oroin
que de n comparecer en 1 termino ae-
Salado, ae le nombrar un defenaor At
nil.rule ron quien ae aeauira 1 juicio
nauta au terminacin.
Para loa finta upreaadoa ae eaplda
ale edicto empjaaatorlo en aeatamiae'.o
a la reaolucUa recada a la presada
accin y copia, del miamo ae entrega al
Interesado para'au publiracin por in-
ca, (Xi veces eonatcutlvaa en i
rtodlco-
Dado en la ciudad de Boca, del Tn.
a die> y aiele dita *e) mea da Jallo it
mil novecientos cincuenta y uno.
El Juet.
(Foe.) E. A. PEDRfcC_l ?.,
El Secretario,
(Fdo.) L. G. CRUZ.
ment inmedioto segn su lobor
Presntese He 3 a 5 p. m. el lunes
27. Ci. da Lefevre. S. A. calle
"A" No. 5.
Piensa construir o
reparar su casa!
> osotro* Ir facilita*
r'-moK los mejores
Materiales de
Construccin,
Pintura de
5 H V. R W I \
W I L U A M S
y todo lo que I'd.
neeesile para su
obra.
Ae. NotleR.i Te!.'-(.BIO
Calle Martn Sosa 3
Tel. Z-UZ*
James Cagney se presenta el
Jueves en el Teatro Central
en "Corazn de Hielo"
Existen en los Estados Uni-
! dos de Norte Amrica unas
granjas o fincas de labran/a.
1 que son de la propiedad del Es-
tatu, las cuales son cultivadas
I por los que estn cumpliendo
condena en los penales o pre-
sidios de la nacin: v es en una
! de esias fincas donde encon-
tramos a una atractiva mucha-
cha que se nombra Holiday
i Carleton (Brbara Payton. a-
' vudando a Ralph Cotter i James
Cagney i, a espacarse. Este, en
su luna, mala a Carleton, el
hermano de Holiday.
El primer robo que cmele
i Ralph Cotter despus de su es-
! capaloria de la prisin es un
asalto a un banco, de donde el
y un sujelo llamado Jinx sacan
! la suma de $6,100 y se dividen
esa suma entre los dos despus
i de sacar el dinero que han de
| darle a Holiday.
Aquella noche Holiday v Cot-
ter reciben la visita de dos
miembros del Cuerpo de Poli-
ca: el inspector Weber iWard
[Bondi v el detective Reece
I i Barton Mac.Lanei. quienes les
| quitan el dinero. En vista de
j eso Cotter persuade a Jinx a
1 que la preste los $2,000 que a l
I le habra tocado y con eso com-
pra un equipo de Rrabacin que
nstala en una habitacin con
Todo pareca ir muy bien pa
ra Cotler. pero, como quien mal
anda mal acaba, al llegar a su
casa para recoger su ropa y
trasladarse deflntlvamenle pa-
ra la mansin de Margeret, all
se encuentra a Holiday, que le
da dos sorpresas: la primera
es mostrarle la bala que le ha-
ban sacado de la cabeza a su
hermano, y la otra es la pistola
que ella empua y con la que
piensa darle muerte.
8in embargo, llegando a este
punto culminante de la histo-
ria, v sabiendo los recursos de
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con SO velas do fuer7a de luz blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
horas uor I ealn de Kerosene. Toma
Wc ir AIRE y llmente i ae
KEROSENE. Completumente segura-
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo ni malo*
olores Es tan sencilla que un nlflo
puede prenderla. Nunca vista an Pa-
nam a Precio tan Balo
por slo... B/.9.95
Tenemos lodos los Repuestos!
De Venta en todas las FERRETERAS
y MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
W0NG CHANO, S. A.
Col" Calle 9 y Av. Balboa
Tel 303.
Panama. Ave Central SS
Tel. 2-2a.7
'


ALERTA

do los detectives regresan a- ,
quello noche, Cotter les propo- que siempre disponen los pan-
_______._. _._. Inn nninolnc 1 *J(! I aten.* I.- ofttlfllntiH: V I'lMll.
ne que entren en los negocios
Ilcitos que l tiene y que los
har ricos sin que tengan que
trabajar. Los detectives acep-
tan el negocio y todo lo que e-
llos dicen queda grabado en el
disco que Holiday est graban-
do en la habitacin inmedia-
ta.
Ms tarde Cotter v Jlnx bus-
can un abogado a ver si pueden
explotar aquellos informes oue
han adquirido y es en la ofici-
na del doctor Green donde Cot-
ter conoce a Margaret Dobson
(Helena Carter i. a quien se
siente Intensamente atrado.
Cotter aborda aquel proble-
ma con la decisin con que lo
hace todo en la vida y pronto
anda de paseo con Margaret en
el auto de sta, que corre a
toda velocidad, v al ser detenl-1
da por un vigilante. Cotter se
entera de que ella es hija de,
un multimillonario. Poco des-
pus el padre de Margaret lla-
ma a los detectives para de-
nunciar a Colter, pero cuando
ellos llegan se enteran de que
Margaret y l se han casado.
Al dia siguiente Cotter firma
un documento renunciando a
cualquier derecho que l pudie-
ra tener sobre el dinero de Mar- ,
a i (_.__._. ;_.,^ /'..t ni'
dilleros y los conflictos y com-
plicaciones de oue ellos a veces
salen libres e ilesos. Qu creen
ustedes que puede haber ocu-
rrido al final de esta truculen-
ta historia en aue se mata a
sangre fra? Quedamos con-
vencidos de que Cotter debia
llevar, como lo lleva, ese sobre-
nombre de "Corazn de Hielo"1
Quin gana v quin pierde en
estas intrigas? Para saber de
lo que es capaz una muler ena-
morada por el hombre en quien
tiene fe y cmo sus celos pue-
den llevarla hasta la tragedla,
no deten de ver esta Intenssi-
ma produccin protagonizada
por el dinmico James Cognev
v distribuida por la Warner
Bros., oue la ha Incluido en el
grupo de sus ms Importantes
estrenos del ao.
/Wn
Cientos de jamaicanos
no puedan ser despejados en
muchos meses, lo que impelir
a los campesinos llegar a i
fincas para dedicarse a la plan-
tacin.
La mayora de los damnifica-
. tos otateten alimentndose cen
a.Vt Al mismo tiempo Cotter V^catta en conserva y arroz.
I instala en una habitacin con- gaiei. ai mismo ii-mpu ^"c. - .- ^ dc
ligua a la sala de su casa. Cuan-sigue tramando sus intrigas jr E P'. Ryai ">10 cinco ai
clnica y hospital
Va Porra- h. 12
entrada San t rancla
in j V e'ernnri U.. Veterinario
lloras: a.as 12 f _
Apartado ais. Panam, R ae P
Tel Panam 3-SI2S
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B'.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 E. #22
Tel S-17IS
PUEBLO PANAMEO!!
TODOS UNIDOS PARA
LA DEFENSA DE NUESTRO PAS
CONTRA EL FEROZ ATAQUE



DEL


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CAPITN AGALLAS
n
LUNES 27


us 200 casas quedaron habita-
bles. En el importante puerto
de Torant pay quedan slo 40
casas de sus dos mil edificios
Los servicios pblicos dc la
regin de Kingston que tiene
i na poblacin de 250 mil habi-
tantes estn siendo restableci-
dos.
A LAS
3:30

P.M.
Por
LA RED PANAMERICANA


DOMINGO. AGOSTO 86. 1951
DOMINICAL
PAGINA SIETfvr
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
Keaaccin Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-115 HORAS: t:M a 1:0 a.m. Apartado 134
Bodas Caballero Rodriguez Blanco Alvarez Siz de Carlos

TE EN HONOR PE LA SEORITA CARMEN CECILIA CHIARLLa seorita Rita Cecilia Aren-
go Gasteazoro ofreci el martes en su residencia en los Altos del Golf un t para despedir
de su vida de soltera a la seorita Carmen Cecilia Chiari Orlilac, quien contrajo matrimonio
anoche con el caballero Ral Arano Gasteazoro. De izquierda a derecha aparecen, las seo-
ritas Adelita Caldern Diaz. Teresjta Garca de Paredes Quljano. Ida Vallarino de la Guardia,
la atasajada. Rila de la Guardia Obarrio. Mat 11 .le de la Guardia Lyons, Clarita Arenco Fbre-
ga. Rita Cecilia Arenco Gasteazoro, Recia Cardte Fbrega, Lourdes del Valle Herrera, y Ri-
ta Jimenez.
ECOS DE LA BODA MIRO
GUARDIA-CARLES GRIMAI.-
DO. Vistas tomadas du-
rante la boda del Sr. Efran
Mir Guardia y seora Sixta
Caries le Mir, efectuada en
la Iclesia de Cristo Rey en
das pasados.
K O U X "'gni/ica
cabello de color
encantador
Mu se preocupe.
Comience a teir
su cabello!
No se alarme por ese pri-
mer cabello blanco que in-
discretamente asoma en su
cabeza. El ROUX OIL
SHAMPOO le devolver a
su cabello el color perdido
con un tratamiento muy
fcil de seguir. Ya ver
cmo su cabello recupera el
color primitivo, ms una
belleza y lustrosidad in-
comparable ... su preo-
cupacin se convertir en
deleite a la primera apli-
cacin.
EL TINTE ROUX
OIL SHAMPOO
Limpia . Colorea ...
Es perfecto!
Oistrlbuldoi en la Repblica
-le Panama v Zona del Cana<
JULIO VOS
Calle "A' No s
Tel 2-2971
Esta tarde, a las 8.30. en la Iglesia de Cristo Rey, unirn sus
dstinos en los sagrados vnculos del matrimonio, la encantadora
seorita Mara del Carmen Alvarez Siz de Carlos v el apreclable
caball-ro Antonio Cabalf lio Rodrguez Blanca hijos del seor don
Jos Alvarez Lamosa y seora doa Angelita Slz de Carlos de
Alvarez y del seor don Antonio Cabalelro Rodriguez y seora
dona Amella Blanco de Cabalelro Rodrguez.
Apadrinarn la boda los padres de los novios y los seores
doctor Jos Pezet'y seora, don Manuel Caas y seora, don Jos
Mara Vrela y seora, don Ricardo Arango y seora, don Rosario
Latorraca y seora, don Alvaro Lpez v seora, don Adolfo Norie-
ga y seora, don James E. Smith v seora don Oabino Alvarez y
la seora doa Julia Peaet vda. de Reese.
La novia lucir un precioso traje de original diseo de encaje
de Chanlilly y tul de nylon y en la cabera llevar un lindo ador-
no del que saldr el niveo velo de tul azul de Ilusin. Completar
el atavio nupcial un bello y delicado ramo de azahares.
Regarn flores a su paso las lindas chiquitas Mara de los
Angeles Smith Alvarez y Herminlta Lpez. Las arras las porta-
r el gracioso nio Alvarez Lpez y los anillos el simptico nio
James E. Smith Jr.
Ser su dama de honor la seorita Filomena Latorraca. quien
lucir un elegante vestido de tul de nylon y encaje blanco, y lle-
var un lindo ramo de rosas rojas. Ir acompaada del hermano
del novio, seor don Julio Cabalelro Rodrguez Blanco.
Durante la ceremonia religiosa el seor Federico Jimeno can-
tar el "Ave Mara".
El bello pastel de bodas ha sido confeccionado por las hbiles
manos de la seora doa Rosarlo Jorge de Myers.
Recibirn los desposados las felicitaciones de sus familiares
y numerosas amistades, durante una recepcin que ofrecern los
padres de la novia en el Club de Golf. Los salones v las mesas
estarn preciosamente adornados por el Jardn Berta con profu-
sin de flores blancas.
Saldrn luego los felices contrayentes a Santa Clara y al
Valle de Anin, de donde pasarn su luna de miel.
Nuestras felicitaciones muy cordiales a tan simptica pareja,
cuyo retrato engalana nuestras columnas, y por la que formula-
mos nuestros ms sinceros votos para que la dicha sea eterna.
Bl'FFET DANZANTE. Aparecen aqui un gru
que en celebracin de los Quince Aos de su
ofrecieron el Lie. Eduardo Vallarino v seora
pasados en el Club Unin. Distinguimos a las
joa, la agasajada Ana Evelina Vallarino Arjo
de Paredes Tart. Rita de la Guardia Obarrio,
Valle Herrera, y los jvenes Bruce Motta, Licky
des, Henrique A. Arengo. Nicky Boyd. Gabriel
po de los asistentes al regio Buffet Danzante
hija, seorita Ana Evelina Vallarino Arjona,
doa Margarita Arjona de Vallarino. en das
seoritas Ana Valds Almengor, Vallarino Ar-
na, Maritza de Obarrio Ehrman, Chela Garca
Marieta Icaza. Ida Boyd Chapman. Lourdes del
Zarak. Julio Jimnez, Gaspar Garca de Pare-
Obarrio. Ricardo A. Lince y Jaime de Jann.
itODAs hiam ii MORALES-VASQUEZ DIEZ.Aparecen en ia
vista el doctor Joaqun Fernando Franco Jr. y su joven esposa
doa Blanca Vsquez de Franco, durante la ceremonia religiosa
efectuada el viernes 24 de los corrientes, en la Iglesia de Cristo
Rey. El Reverendo Fadre Toms Clavel imparti la bendicin
nupcial.
cia visitando a sus familiares, i Restablecido
sigui ayer por la va area it-
ra La Habana.
Pare los Estados l'nidos
Por la va area siguieron a
Miami las seoritas Lina Ejter
Alvarez y Marta Cecilia Alvarez Aniversario de matrimonio
Despus de haber pasado vi-
rios das recluidos en la Clni-
ca San Fernando, se enci>?n:ra
de nuevo en su residencia el
seor Juan Jos lllueca.
J i~Nu foto*"rfo apta un grupo de seoras que asistieron al esplndido t ofrecido por"*
aofla Gabriela Barrios de Mahor en su residencia en el Parque Lefevre. en honor de doa Jova de
Molino, esposa de S. E. el Ministro de Relacio nes Exteriores, Licenciado Ignacio Molino Ir
de dona Mara de Lourdes de Snchez, esposa de S. E. el Embajador de Nicaragua en Panam,
seor don Eloy Sanchez, v de doa Alicia de Raudales Planas esposa de S. E. el Ministro de
Honduras en Panam, seor don Marco A. Rau dales Planas. Aparecen en la vista las seo-
ras: doa Lolita de Velasquez, doa Joya de Molino, doa Alicia de Raudales Plana*, doa
Ana Lucrecia Arias de Andreve. doa Elvira E 'en I. de Barrio, doa Deliina de Ss.mudio,
doa Lolita L. de Cirvide, doa Ana B. de Estripeaut. doa Gabriela B. de Maner, doa '..ri-
ma Lefevre de Paredes, doa Lola de Muoz, doa Victoria de Faraudo. doa Isa-
bel de Daniels, doa Enriqueta R. de Alemn, doa Olga N. de Navarro, y la seonla Rita
Andreve.
i ^Jan (cautivadora
retenerla una semana ms I
11 lara del [Rey..,
Muy feliz viaje les deseamos.
De los Estados Unidos
Presentamos nuestro atento
saludo de bienvenida al seor
oao Emilio Rlteiro y seara
de Ribeiro. quienes llegan a
Celebran en e.sa fecha su a-
nlversarlo de matrimonio el te-
nor don Vasco Arosemena y *>
.-i ora doa Alma de Ai osen.e-
r.a. Nuestras felicitaciones.
Felicitamos cordialmente al Dr.
bordo del vapor Panam. El se- Amadeo Vicente Mastellarl y *>*-
or Ribeiro ha sido nombrado
Ministro del Brasil en Panam
Enferma
Guarda cama en la Clnica
San Fernando la seorita Estsr
Maduro. Pronto restablecimien-
to le deseamos.
Buffet
En honor de S. E. el Embaja-
dor de Panam en los Estatus
Unidos, seor don Roberto M.
Heurtematte y su distingu:.*
seora doa Betty de Heurte-
matte, el H- D. Don Alfredo A-
lemn Jr. y seora Olga Aro.:e-
mena de Alemn reunieron a n
grupo de sus amistades hac- i.-
r.os das en su residencia situa-
da en el Coco del Mar y disr.:-
taron de un exquisito but *
Despedida
Con motivo de su prximo
viaje a Europa, un grupo de ana
amistades se reun ran esta no-
che y agasaje rn al seor Q-U
Aldrele con una comida.
Para Cuba
Despedimos- cordialmente ?1
seor Rafael de los Casares, Se-
cretario de la Embajada de Es-
paa en Cuba, quien despucj
de haber np^ario una temporr-
En toda la Repblica es conocido y usado,
hace muchos aos, KABUL para las canas.
I telo Id. tambin.
Abandon el Hospital
Acompaada de su hermosa
lecin nacida, abondon el Hos-
pital la seora doa Tcicaita
Pretelt de Abada. Una vez ms
lelicltamos a los dichoso.; pa-
dres-
".ora Essie de Mastellarl, quie-
nes cumplen hoy aos de .r.-
sados.
Cumpleaos de hoy
Sra. Luisa de de la Osa
Sr. Alfredo Oriliac
Sr- Luis Eduardo Gulzado
Sr. Guillermo Villegas F-
brega
8rta. Greta Navarro Calar]
nio Roberto Motta Alvarado
nia Matilde Irene Jlmtnez
Boyd
nia Elvira Elena Barrios I-
caza
'Pasa a la pgina < columna I)
En el tratamiento de todo enfermo hay
tres cosas indispensables:
lo. La atencin de un mdico competente
2o. La vigilancia de una enfermera, y
So. La alimentacin del' paciente con
CEREGUM1L.
Alimentacin completa Fcil digestin
Sabor agradable.
DI VENTA EN TODA8 LAS BOTICAS.
FARMACIA RUIZ
. Central 49 Telfonos: 2-0311. M310
En Hollywood fue aclamada la encantadora
Mara y su guitarra.
En Panam Mara es sensacional!
Escuche a la primorosa Mara cantando sus
melodiosas canciones en el
SALON BELLA VISTA
a Us 8:30 y 11:30 p.m.
todas las noches, excepto los Domingos
EN SU ULTIMA SEMANA!
afi
atnawia

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PAGINA OCHO
nilMINICAl
i un
.
'i
Rui
tfo;
Mambos y Canciones en la
gran comedia "Cuando t me
Quieras" en el Variedades
Meche Barba, actriz y bailarina de primerslma linea, y Luis
Agullar, el galn cancionero, constituyen una pareja Insuperable
para interpretar la comedia ms divertida que ha salido de los
estudios mexicanos: "Cuando T Me Quieras", que estrenar el
prximo fin de semana el Teatro Variedades.
La loto reproduce una escena de la pelcula con sus dos prin-
cipales estrellas.
En "Cuando T Me Quieras", Meche Barba demuestra que en
el Mambo nadie puede con ella, y Lula Agullar Interpreta deli-
ciosas canciones.
Una pelcula que tiene de todo: msica, bailes de moda y
situaciones divertidsimas. En definitiva: "Cuando T Me Quie-
ras", es la mejor pelcula de la semana. Desde el Jueves en el
Teatro Variedades.
TV1 T ."I------ii
Miroslava triunfa una vez
ms en "Monte de Piedad" el
Jueves prximo en Eldorado
El Bella Vista presenta el
prximo Da Latino la gran
cinta Argentina 'Arrabalera'
Un xito de la industria de
cine espaola es "Balarrasa"
que presentar el Presidente
1 1 X > -i
Nunca, hasta ahora, se ha
presentado una pelcula con
ms sensacional reparto que
"Monte de Piedad", el estreno
del prximo fin de semana en
el Teatro Eldorado. Las ms
brillantes estrellas del firma-
mento mexicano, en su ms ex-
traordinaria Interpretacin I Pa-
ra referirnos slo a algunos,
mencionaremos los nombres de
Jorge Mistral. Miroslava, Em-
ita Ouiu. Armando Calvo. Car-
men Montejo. Tito Junco y el
r
cmico "Clavlllazo". "Monte de
Piedad", es una pelcula senci-
llamente grandiosa, no slo por
sus brillantes estrellas, sino por
su argumento.
"Monte de Piedad" represen-
ta otra prueba de superacin
de la cinematografa azteca. Es
una pecula sensacional!
La foto representa a Jorge
Mistral en una escena del ex-
traordinario film, que estrena-
r el Teatro Eldorado, el prxi-
mo Jueves.
mm
DOMINGO. AGOSTO , 1151
'..... r
Los estudiantes podrn ver
al Fakir Urbano a precios
populares en el Teatro Mayo
Tita Merello se consagra en "Arrabalera" como una actriz
completa, capaz de seorear en todos los matices de la emocin,
transmitindola pura y clida al pblico.
Ella ha hecho de su interpretacin para "Arrabalera" un mi-
lagro de comprensin dram itica. Jams se ha penetrado tan
hondamente en los entresijos de una personalidad femenina para
vivirla autnticamente ante las cmaras, que as han podido cap-
tar las Ilusiones, alegras y sufrimientos de la obrerlta boquense,
Felisa Roverano, como si la propia vida, con su cruda realidad,
sus amarguras, decepejones y esperanzas, fuera grabndose en
el celuloide.
Su labor en esta pelcula le ha valido el premio como la mejor
actriz del ao en la temporada 1950-51.
Tres actores de extraordinaria valia secundan a la genial
estrella en esta recia produccin dramtica: Santiago Omez
Cou. de prominente personalidad artstica; Ral del Valle, de
recio dramatismo, y Tito Alonso, el galn de la simpata que su-
man sus relevantes condiciones artsticas para brindar al pblico
que har poca en los anales de la cinematografa argentina.
"Arrabalera" es el tercer triunfo Indiscutible de los das la-
tinos del Bellavlsta, o sean, todos los mircoles.
Lo habla visto muchas veces
en la calle; y lo haba oido
muchas veces blasonar de sus
aventuras en el Juego y en el
vicio. ("Balarrasa" en la jerga
militar significa "joven triun-
fador en loda loca aventura".
Pero no lo haba visto reaccio-
nar con los nobles sentimientos
que siempre se esconden en los
corazones ms libertinos. Y.
despus de reaccionar, volver
sobre sus pasos y llegar otra
vez hasta aquellos barrios del
vicio donde pernoctan tantas
personas, hombres y mujeres,
de todas las clases sociales y en-
contrar all a los miembros
mismos de su familia, para sus-
citar en ellos el deseo de vida
mejor; y, conseguido el inten-
to, realizar la ms sublime as-
piracin del ser humano: dedi-
car la vida al servicio espiritual
de la humanidad.
He aqu lo que nos presenta
la pelcula Balarrasa'. Una
pelcula perfecta en su tcnica,
artstica en su dramatlzacln,
realista hasta en las rscensa de
Intensa corrupcin social, emo-
tiva en las evoluciones del co-
razn humano v sublime en sus
apasionamientos.
Pocas pelculas, acaso ningu-1
na, recordamos que nos hayan!
producido tan honda impresin.,
Y no podemos menos de reco-
mandarla a personas de crite-'
rio formado, a los jvenes aman-
tes ch? la vida y a las Jvenes
romnticas, a los educadores v i
cuantos ee preocupan por el
porvenir de nuestra juventud.
"Balarrasa" se presentar
prximamente con todos los ho-'
ores que una pelcula de su!
categora se merece, en el Tea-
tro Presidente.

Especial exhibicin dar a los ria. con
estudiantes el Fakir "Urbano-1
El mundialmente famoso Fa-
kir "Urbano", en novedosa ex-
posicin en el Teatro "Mayo", de
esta capital, que hoy cumple
20 das de vivir dentro de un
atad de vidrio, mantenindose
sin comer ni beber en medio de
la admiracin de millares de
personas que da y noche acu-
den a verlo al teatro de la Ave-
nida B y que se mantiene en ob-
servacin constante de un dis-
tinguido grupo de mdicos de
la localidad, ser visto probable-
mente por toda la poblacin es-
colar capitalina, ya que la em-
presa del "Mayo" accediendo a
personales y constantes peti-
ciones del alumnado paname-
o, ha resuelto crear temporal-
mente la entrada escolar, para
uso exclusivo de los planteles de
enseanza. Esta entrada cpsta-
r slo diez centavos para la
primaria y 15 para la secunda-
una validez de 8 das
a partir del prximo jueves 30
del presente, en que se pondr
a la venta. El Ingreso al Teatro
"Mayo" de los escolares favore-
cidos con la rebaja de precios,
podr hacerse por planteles, a-
os, grados, grupos privados o
unidades aisladas.
PRONTO LLEGARA
EDUARDO ARENALES
SIGUEN CON MUCHO XITO
US EXHIBICIONES DEL
MUSEO DE CERA
ADMIRE LOS MISTERIOS DE LA NATALIDAD.
Los estragos que ocasionan las enfermedades
secretas en el cuerpo humano.
Cientfico educativo.
PROHIBIDA PARA MENORES DE EDAD.
PRECIO 35*
l ABIERTO de 10 a.m. a 10 p.m.
Damas: MARTES Y VIERNES
EL
O MANDAMIENTO
de la Ley de Dios rea:
No Matars!
Desde el Jueves presenta el
Teatro Bella Vista "Fui Un
Comunista para el F-B-l"
Le gustara que lo consideraran traidor a la patria, no so-
lamente sus amigos, sino su propia madre, su hijo y la mujer a
quien usted ama? Tal fue el Infortunio que tuvo que soportar el
l.oroico Matt Cvetlc durante los nueve largos aos que vivi a-
quella doble vida de ser comunista a la luz del dia y defensor de
los derechos del hombre en las horas de la noche... y los secretos
que descubri cumpliendo su misin es lo que vern en la pelcula
ele la Warner Bros, titulada' "Fui Comunista para el F. B. I." que
se estrenar el prximo jueves en el Teatro Bellavista. Dos ar-
tistas jvenes y atractivos figuran en los papeles principales de
este drama: Frank Lovejoy como Matt Cvetic v Dorothy Hart
como Eve Merrick. la maestrita del hijo de Cvetic, y aunque en-
tre ellos hay un romance, lo principal que tiene este drama es la
denuncia que se hace en sus escenas de las intrigas que tramen
los comunistas para poner en prctica sus planes. La accin
brutal de las escenas de las huelgas y el desenlace fuerte e Ines-
perado que se Inicia cuando el Bureau de Investigacin Federal
hace prisionero a Cvetic. son motivo de gran inters para el d-
blico. No pierdan la oportunidad de ver este capitulo realista de
lo que est ocurriendo en la hora de ahora!
Es de esperarse que aprove-
chando la presencia de nuestra
Juventud estudiosa ante el es-
pectculo de ayuno del Fakir
"Urbano", se disponga por quin
o quines corresponda se d al
alumnado asistente una peque-
a pltica de fcil compren-
sin, sobre la forma en que el
cuerpo humano se mantiene
por si mismo.
E3 Departamento de Cultura y
Bibliotecas por nota nmero
242 del 30 de Julio prximo pa-
sado, manifest a la empresa
del Teatro "Mayo" su compla-
cencia por el espectculo cultu-
ral del Fakir "Urbano" y con-
sider ste como "una oportu-
nidad Inapreciable para los In-
teresados en el estudio de la
fisiologa, habida cuenta de que
el fenmeno es natural y con-
trolable por medios cientficos",
deca entre otros elogiosos con-
ceptos el Indicado Departamen-
to de Cultura.
Ojal, pues, repetimos, se a-
proveche el espectculo de "Ur-
bano" para leccin objetiva de
nuestra Juventud que ser de
indiscutible provecho.
JAH, QUE BUENO
y qu bueno
para Ud. tambin!
Deliciosas y fortificantes
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En todo el mundo loi nido prefieren Iii
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labor. Sirviln j ver.
Luego srvase mtttd tambin un plato
de ten alimenticio cereil. Pruebe lo
bueno que ion estas suculentas hojuelas
de avena, maduradas al sol y de rico sabor
a nuez, que tanto estimulan el apetito.
Sirva usted maana a toda la familia un
plato de Hojuelas de Avena 3-Minutos
el manjar umversalmente preferido
para el deayuno.
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por
RED PANAMERICANA




MISS CARMEN MIRO of Panam, the first woman to serve as Secretory General
of an international conference of the caliber of the Inter American Economic and So-
cial Council now convened at Hotel El Panama, chats with Assistant United States
Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs Edword G. Miller", Jr., Vice-President
of the Sessions. Besides Miss Mir, several other women ore toking an important port
in the Conference.



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American
Supplement
PANAMA. R. P.. SUNDAY. AUGUST 26, 1951



Review Of The Week
WORLD-WIDE
ISTHMIAN
SPORTS
IT WAS BILLINGSGATE rather than bullets dom-
inating the Korean scene.
Probably feeling things could not get much blacker
. than they were Tnursday when the Keds broke off the
Kaesong truce conference alleging an agreement-
breaking United Nations air raid on neutral Kaesong
United Nations Supreme Commander Gen. Matthew
Rldgway responded to the Reds demands for an im-
mediate and satisfactory apology with a brisk mes-
sage.
He said the Reda were lying about the Kaesong
raid, which his Investigators uor.bted .amounted to
much more than a few nand grenades set off among
some old scrap metal.
He said the Reds have lied persistently for their own
propaganda purposes, that ne had no Intention of
; apologizing for any of the phony breaches of Kae-
song's neutrality which the Reds had been trying 10
' pin on the United Nations. The Reds have been at
this game since Rldgway called off the talks once be-
fore after a fully armed Red combat team marched
: past chief United Nations ceasefire negotiator United
States Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy in Kaesong.
Ridgway's pleasantries did not exactly clear the
I sir the sky over North Korea grew sharply
I fuller of combat planes.
But while Ridgway's well chosen words may not be
quite the meat to serve to schoo'chlldren as an ex-
emplary text from United States history It certainly
sounded a lot better than the guarded communiques
which flutter out of diplomatic conferences pro-
bably on scented notepaper.
Tne Reds continued building up their front Une
strength as they have been doing ever since the cease-
fire talks first slowed the tempo of the killing In
Korea.
But militarily, by week's end, the Reds had not
ir i 'd to the smooth side of same.
It looked as UMWgh with militarily commend -
:, able poise they had timetable for restarting
:: the fight or for making their peace whichever
. It la they plan te do.
And they are going to follow this tuneable through
without heed for Insulta or blandishments.
Whether the Reds felt any better or worse about
Ridgway's little homily there Is no way yet of telling.
------o------
On the fighting front, the war oegan to limber up.
Rashin, the key northeast Korean marshalling yarns
which had long gone unmolested because of their
proximity to sensitive Russia's Siberia, were given the
tiea intent yesterday by Supertorts.
A private North-South Korean light near the east
coast seemed something like a bloxiy draw after five
aays.
Migs again came out of Manchuria in numbers, and
went back in fewer numbers, courtesy of United States
Sabre pilots.
Steady attrition was wrought on night convoys
bringing supplies aown through North Korea to tne
Communist rroni lines.
But more got through than was stopped.
Maybe it will prove the peace talks are nothing but
a big bluff, to give the Reds a breather to build up
their strength for another round
At the same time there is am strong suggestion
that 8th Army commander General James A. Van
Fleet, his combat planners and Ms supply shift-
ers, have been away fishing throughout the lull.
------o------
' The Iranians did not suggest railing all British
owned and built Anglo-Iranian Oil Company tankers
to the land locked Caspian Sea, or melting down the
company's huge Abadan refinery Into assassins' hook-
ed oaggers.
! Apart from that they did not o far to meet Bri-
tain's oil smoother Richard Stokes
Stokes packed up and went home from the British-
Iranian oil parleys in a display of international frank-
ness almost parallelling Ridgway's.
Iranian Premier Mohamed Mossadegh wanted Brit-
ish engineers to remain with the new Iranian Nation-
al Oil Company, under Iranian managers, to provide
i the know-how to keep the great oil enterprise tick-
ing.
3 it he wanted Britain to have no part In guaran-
ty- the well being or working conditions of these
exp s.
te British technicians were not eager to work
subordinate to Iran's engineers, who have se far
i' failed even to lift that country's plowing method-.
' past the fly-blown oxen and drtwmg a hardwood
! stick.
It Is felt in some quarters these Iranian engineers
have some way to go before acquiring thorough mental
ma-"-y over the world's largest ">ll refinery.
Bi.lain seems now to be sitting on her hands wait-
ing for the Mossadegh plan which by its undeviat-
lng genius had deprived Jran of all royalties Instead of
doubling the national take to achieve ranking un-
popularity with national starvation
..us', who Britain thinks might beat the Commun-
ist 'j to the controls in Ircn if Mossadegh falls, no one
ha; id.
A DC-SB, bigger, faster version of the D-6s
which fly through Tocumen, clipped a hill nearing
Oakland airport, with the usual result.
. No survivors.
These big new ships lu.d only gone into service Aug.
1 alter the operator, United Airlines and its pilots
had been wrangling over pay rates.
The pilots view was that, in nauling more pas-
se.~ were doing more revenue-earning for the company.
Thev wanted their slice of this extra revenue.
The argument Is as yet unsettle: though the nllots
In.". agreed to keep flying through negotiations.
The hurricane which claimed lr>0 lives in Jamaica
a week ago whirled out over the Caribbean, swathed
across the relatively unpopulated Yucatan Peninsula,
struck the Mexican coast uncomf.irta.bly close to the
oil port of Tampico. and oeat itself to death against
the Sierra Madre range.
PANAMA PLAYED HOST this week to two interna-
tional conferences.
The Hoof and Mouth Disease parley, which lasted
three days, enacted measures to protect 100,000,000
head of cattle In Central and North American from
the ravages of "aftosa."
In sessions ending Friday night, experts from .
IS Western Hemisphere countries expressed con-
cern over the scourge that has been slowly ad-
vancing in South America, and has now reached
Colombia.
Specific measures recommended were:
1) The establishment of a common fund, of volun-
tary contributions, to be devoted to fight the outbreak
of the disease; i) A set of quarantine regulations be-
ueflcal to the countries Involved; 3) The setting up
In Panam of a coordination office by the Food and
Agriculture Organization; 4) Assistance from the Antl-
Aitosa Center in Brazil to train Latin American per-
sonnel.
The special session of the Inter-American Economic
and Social Council continued their discussions of the
Western Hemisphere's problems. With members of 21
Latin American republics present four commissions
are already under way, and it Is believed that they
will beat their Sept 1 deadline for adjournment.
Prices and monetary reserves, scarce materials,
technical assistance and transportation are topics
n the agenda.
Delegates, and Isthmians alike, were treated this
week to a bit of culture when the East Indian Ballet
Group Introduced its intricate, beautifully figured
forms of dancing at the National Theatre.
Playing to standing room only at the Diablo Thea-
tre, members of the local Theatre Guild; produced
"Goodbye, My Fancy.''
In the Canal Zone this week frantic mothers, anxi-
ous college youths and prospective enlistees were
phoning their local draft boards asking the SS4 ques-
tion...When?
From Washington came the answer... September .
All that day, youths between 18 and 2 will be re-
gistering for the draft. Selective Service Board* 1
and -2, already operating, expect a rush of business,
and extra help will be provided.
Five well-known Zonlans were appointed by State
Director A. C. Medlnger to positions on the draft
bo:-ras.
. .morrow the fate of American freight house cashier
Mina Dee will be known. She appears for sentence af-
ter being convicted of falling to account fully and
promptly for government funds. Penalties for her of-
fense are not more than 5 years, imprisonment, or a
fine of not more than $2,000. or both.
Clemency has been recommended in behalf of the
Jurors who found her guilty.
With their muml prompt action which cute rod
tape when an emergency arises, the Army and
Air Force on Friday came to the aid of Jamaican
hurricane victims.
A C-47 was dispatched to that island with a survey
team aboard to report on the nesds of the stricken
people.
At the same time, the plane carried a good supply
of blankets, hurricane lamps and mattresses and a.
promise of returning soon with medicine and other
necessities.
Some skeptics shook, their heads sadly when the
news of a new Army-Navy-Air Force credit union
was announced. Others rejoiced that at last after two
years, Armed Forces civilians would again have a cre-
dit union. Beaded by Richard R. Saul tat one time
the Income Tax Consultant for The Panam Amer-
ican), the new credit union has called a general meet-
ing for Sept. 10 in the Curundu Civil Center.
This time square play and fair practices have
heen promised.
Civilians who participated In the Anti-Aircraft Ci-
vilian Auxiliary Program', celebrated their successful
completion of the course with a tremendous buffet,
dinner and dance affair In which they honored their
military Instructors Saturday night For big shots from
Washington, newsmen and other observers, the civil-
ians demonstrated, their newly-a quired skills early
Srturday despite disturbing rains.
Other News in BriefA 20 year old La Bocan faced
charges connected with the death 3f a boy he hit with
a cue stick...A young girl who had been reported
missing near the mud flats of the Gaviln area turn-
ed up safe and sound In Panam .The Tlvoll Hotel
burglaries seemed solved when the thief was caught
red-handed by alert Canal Zone u>llre. This brought
to a close a series of big burglaries within a short
month's time... and 40 employes of Hotel El Panam
were apprehended for stealing food and liquor.

e THE SECOND ROUND of the Esso Tournament is
scheduled to continue today with several Interesting
matches on tap at the Panam Golf Club. Thus far
everything has been handled to perfection by club
pro Anbal Macarrn.
Federico Plummer, Isthmian 136-pound cham-
pion, faces a stiff test tonight against Ohio State
Featherweight Champion Eddie Margin in the ten-
round feature bout at the Coln Arena. Three
other contests round out the program.
-----o------ -
A ring-wise Joey Maxim retained his light heavy-
weight championship Wednesday night at New York's
Madison Square Garden. Maxim gave challenger Irish
Bob Murphy the heavy pre-flght favorite a 15-
round boxing lesson.
Maxim scored his one-sided upset decision with an
accurate left Jab and a telling right uppercut. That
combination had Murphy half-blind as his right eye
was completely closed.
The red-haired southpaw fought the last half ol
the fight with that closed eye. Maxim completely sur-
Eriscd the experts with his fine showing against the
nockout specialist from San Diego, California. The
champion was supposed to have oeen washed up be-
fore the fight, his first defense of the title he won
some 20 months ago in London from Freddie Mills.
Maxim scaled 173 and one half pounds for the bout,
one pound less than challenger Murphy* There were
no knockdowns in the fight. However, Murphy tried
to land a kayo punch from the openlqg bell.
Murphy started the fight In the first round as if
he planned to make short work of the champion. BuC
In the second round Maxim began, to outbox and oat-
fight the slugging challenger and he stayed In com-
mand the rest of the way.
Maxim probably will make bis next defense against
Don Cockell-of .England, British and European light
heavyweight cTiafnp.
The new commissioner of baseball probably will be
named on September 20th.
That's vthe target date the Major League owners set
after adjourning Tuesday's meeting: in New. York. The
September 20th meeting will be held at tne Ambas-
sador Hotel In Chicago.
Before winding things up,' the owners cut the list
of candidates for the job A. B. Chandler held until
last month from 11 to five.
"We had to eliminate several men who were not
available," says Del Webb, co-owner, of the New York
Yankees.
Webb says the five candidates have been contacted
and are available for the Job. He would not say who
Is still in the running. All the Ysnkee executive would
say Is "We are pretty much in accord that any of
the remaining five would be satisfactory."
Webb left little doubt that the final selection would
be made at the Chicago meeting
The United Press learned Wednesday that Governor
Frank Lausche of Oblo probably will be elected base-
ball commissioner when the 16 owners meet In Chica-
go on September 201 h.
The Major League owners broke up. their New York
meeting Tuesday by announcing tne list of candidates
had been cut to five. The owners did not name the
five candidates, but it is believed Lausche will win be-
cause of Warren Giles, boss of the Cincinnati Reds.
Oiles one of the top candidates, apparently realises'
he can't win because of American League opposition
to him as a veteran National Leaguer For that rea-
son. Giles nrobably will swing his support to Lausche,
a fellow Ohioan.
It takes 12 of the 16 votes to elect a commissioner.
The three-man committee now meeting in New York
to look Into the salaries of athletes heard a "hands-
off" plea from professional football.
Sneaking for the National League was Raymond
Walsh, a reoresentative from the New York Giants.
Walsh told Ty Cobb, John Kleran and H. C. Byrd, the
sports panel for the Salary Stabilisation Board, that
pro football doesn't need any wage ceilings. Walsh
says football has undergone its own private inflation
in the last five years and salaries are not likely to
go much higher than they are now.
If a celling does have to be set, Walsh asks that it
be based on the highest salary In the league rather
than on a particular club's top pay.
Walsh explained that when a player first signs. It
Is fnr a small salarv until he proves-himself.
"But," says Walsh, "the player must have the In-
centive to put out his best with the hope of some day
getting the pav given to stars."
The panel then heard President Clarence Campbell
of the National Hockey League point out that an In-
ternational factor steps into any wage ceilings.
"Plsvers In New York. Detroit. Boston and Chicago
would be subiected to the federal ruling" says Camp-
bell, "but members of the Toronto and Montreal clubs
would not."
Campbell says hockey attendance has dropped off
In recent years and that salaries nrobably would start
tapering of their own accord. The league president then
pleaded for the stabilization board to stay away from
the "Incentive payments." the cash prizes to play-
ers winning individual honor
"The incentive Daymen* Is the big thing In a play-
er's mind savs Campbell. "If taken away by a sta-
bilization order it would do Irreparable harm to the
Maurice Podoloff. head of th; American Hockey
league ar I National Basketball Association, says both
jircuiU con operate with or without a wage ceiling.
'AGE TWO
> Amo i.
FUND.*;'. Vi-GUST *


Alice Comes lo Life
SIR JOHN TENNIEL'S Illustrations In Lewis Carroll's "Alice
In Wonderland" are famous the world over. His drawing o
Alice (above) and all the other characters missed the free-
dom of motion, color and sound until Walt Disney Rave them
the magic touch in his all-cartoon musical Technicolor fea-
ture. "Alice In Wonderland." Disney's Alice (right) seems as
real as the little girl next door.
Handwriting On the Wall!
ALTHOUGH THIS IS JUST A SCENE from "Behave Yourself!"
Wald-Krasnals mystery comedy which stars Parley Granger
and Shelley Winters as a young married couple, Granger Is
awed at the realism Miss Winters put Into It. After all, he's
her rumored husband-to-be.
fiwryboJy feaJ$ Classifieds
1Faultfinder
7Scheme
11Narrow bar
16 Refuse after
pressing
grapes
19Songbird
20Expectation
21Back of
the neck
22Russian
Inland sea
23Locust
24Precedes
In time
28Japanese
zither harp
27Retain
28Quantity of
medicine
30Bank of
earth
31Mother of
Prometheus
(Gr. Myth..
33Faction
34Donate
35Sound of
aheep
36Devoured
37Originated
41Run away
42English
statesman
43Weight
of India
44Lounged
45Number
46Small boats
48Permit
49Sect
50Kind of beer
HORIZONTAL
51Carry
55Glided
56Orchestra
57Uncovers
58Profound
sleep
50Explosive
sound
60Territory
61Cuts the
outer part
from
62Under-
ground
chamber
63Rely on
65Walks
66Greek poet
67Declaims
pompously
60European
country
70Change
position
71Beast of
burden
74Ascend
75Kind of meat
76Bundle
77Let it stand!
78Secret
message
70Takes from
the earth
80Unalloyed
81State
82Oral
84Price
offered
85Full of
minute open-
ings; porous
VERTICAL
86Evergreen
tree
80War deity
80Fondles
91Confined
in a ship's
room
92Indian
93Hastened
94Thrust
forward
95Dutch
painter
96Rogue
98Master
99North
American
rail
100Object of
worship
104Genus of
Old World
trees
105Engages
the
attention
108Ring
around
the sun
110Be
conveyed
111Uirt
112Debatable
113- Exalts the
spirit
114Examine
closely
115Waiter's
receptacle
116Dines
117Of sound-
est mind
1Rooster 40Land held 75Com pars
2One of In absolute 76Unde-
the Great inde- veloped
Lakes pendence shoots
3Fastidious 41Pen for 77Hindu
4Detergent sheep garment ,
5Ancient 42Hotel 79Student
6Prepared attendants of ethics
7Aspect 45Sum of 80Essential
8 Solitary money part
9Appropri- 46 -Feel 81Crowds
ate concern 83South
10Poorer 47Furnace American
11Serpent 40Jargon river
12Tardy 50Roman $4Is proper
13Imitate household for
14One who deities 85Royal
makes 82Method of residence
a will functioning 86Frenzies
15Manu- 53Craggy 87Kind of
facture cliff type
16^-Odors 54Sea eagle 88Herb
17Unkeeled 56Fish 90Murmuring;
18Nearer 57Maker of sound
25Plunge bread 91Vehicle
Into 58 Identical 94Devoutnesa
water 60Stringed 95Innkeepers
29Peculiar instrument 97City in
32Detest 61Heaps France
33Boil 62Sheltered 98 Portico
slowly inlet 99Cease
34Satiate 64Tricks 100Persia
35Twining 65Shelter 101Love to
stems 66Cavity excess
37Seise with 67Algonquian 102Numbers
the hsnd Indian 103Final
38Masculine 68For the 106Conjunc-
name affirmative tion
39Like a 60Beverages 107French
certain 70-Planet coin
geometric 72Mesnlng 109Leaf of
figure 73Horse palmyra
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THE CREEK
(From Quarto)
The creek, shining,
Out of the deep woods
Comes with its rippling of
Water over the pebbly bottom.
Moving between
Banks crowded with raspberry
Bushes, the ripe red
Berries In their short season
To deepen slowly
Among tall pines, athletes in
The wind, then the swampy
Oround low-lying and damp
Where sunlight strikes
Glints on the gliding surface
Of the clear cold
Creek winding towards the shore
Of the lake, blue,
Not far through reeds and rushes,
Where with a plunge, a small
Waterfall. It disappears
Among the waves
Hastening from far to meet
The stranger the stream issuing
From depths of green unknown.
W. W. E. Ross
END OF WINTER
(From Northern Review)
Now come country clouds
And country skies
And afternoon that's thinly laced
against the wind
Through addled branches
Strung across the avenue.
The winter wind, familiar
Under collars, whipping coats
And thoughts about, holds
And sues the city for a longer life.
Whllel winter seeds, creased In
land forgotten.
Feel the passing sun, shake
And tighten In the pit
For the ultimate
Catapult.
Jean Gwen Thomas
Brush away the files, the blows
and the bees ..."
May it be among these beasts
that I stand before Thee.
These beasts I love so much, who
bend their heads
Gently, and when they stop put
their little feet together
In so sweet a fashion that the
heart Is touched.
I shall reach Thee followed by
their ears In thousands,
By those who are carrying big
straw baskets.
And by those who are drawing
showmen's carts.
Or'carts of tins and feather-dust-
ers;
By those who bear on their backs
battered pots,
And by she-asses, great like wine-
skins, with their step all
broken. _,
By those on whom they put little
trousers.
Because of the files that torment
them so.
My God. let It be among these
that I come to Thee.
Let it be that in the stillness the
angels may lead us
Toward tufted brooks where
cherries tremble; _
And let it be that, in this retreat
of souls.
Leaning over Thy divine waters I
may be like the donkeys
When they mirror their humble
and guileless poverty
In the limpidity of the Eternal
Compassion.
Translated from the French or
Francis Jammeg
dt B. Marjorie Baldwin
Prayer
to be allowed to enter Paradise
along with the Donkeys
(From The Poetry Review)
Wheu it Is time, O my God. for
me to come to Thee.
Let It be when the country is dus-
tv with carnival:
Iwould wish that. Just as I have
done here below.
I may choose a path to come
which pleases me
To Paradise, where the stars In
broad daylight are shining.
I shall take my staff, and on the
highroad
I shall go. and shall say to the
donkeys my companions.
"I am Francis Jammes, and I am
going to Paradise.
For there is no hell in the Good
God's land."
I shall say to them. "Come, dear
friends of the blue heaven,
poor gentle beasts, who with a
swift movement of your ears
NOW YOU ARE GONE
(From The Saturday Review of
Literature)
Now you are gone but the after
image reamlna
Limned on a bright screen In
glltering sunlight
Imperishable, radiant, forever
bright. -
Serene, untarnished by all mor-
tal stains.
Your warmth and kindness
must be all around me.
Your pride In me, your always
loyal thought
And the eternal goodness your
life taught
Must exorcize the shadows that
confound me.
The first day. first month, first
year at length have passed
So dreaded and so dreadfulbut
now I know
The years become no kinder as
they go
And I am home from the mad
evasion at the last.
So I muat hold up my head, be on
my own
Knowing that at the last each
walks alone.
Sara Kolb Danner
Pearson's Merry Go-Round
Herewith find solution to Sunday Crossword Pus
sle. No. 387, published today.
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DREW PEARSON SAYS: EISENHOWER AD-
VISED HE CANT WIN PRESIDENCY
BECAUSE HE HASNT "CONSECUTTVE
DOUBLE LETTERS IN HIS NAME";
MYSTERY ATTACHED TO APPARENT
IMMUNITY OF CARTEL'S PLANTS TO
WARTIME BOMBING.
EN ROUTE THROUGH EUROPE.As far as
politicians and newspapermen are concerned,
all roads in Europe lead to Parisand the
headquarters of Gen. Ike Elsenhower
Dozens of Ike's friends have sought him out
to urge him to run. ask him whether he wiu
run, or sound him out as to whether he would
run as a Democrat or a Republican.
Only one man. however, has had the nerve
to tell the general that he would never be-
come President-Stanley Arnold, New York.ad-
vertising man who has made a study of what
names mean to history.
Not long before Eisenhower went to Paris,
young Arnold called on the general bluntly
asked about his plans to run
Ike was a little flabbergasted ****
even more flabbergasted when Arnold bluntly
announced:
Well, I can tell you that you're not going
to''Whyrnot?*nike said, looking both surprised
^Because you don't have consecutive double
le"whatVthat gofto do with it?" pursued the
puzzled Elsenhower.
"We haven't elected a President In about
sixty years who didn't have consecutive double
letters in his name." explained Arnold
"Harry Truman has themthe double K in
Harry. FDR had themthe double O in Roose-
velt. Woodrow Wilson also had a double O.
Harding had a double R In Warren. CooUdge
had a double O. McKlnley had a double L in
William, and so did Taft.
"But his son. Bob Taft. won't be President."
continued Arnold, "because he lacks the con-
secutive double. And Thomas E. Dewey will
never be president for the same reason.
You don't actually believe that, do you?
asked the amused Elsenhower.
"Even death has not stopped the llnx, re-
plied Arnold.
"Three times In this period death has struck
the President and the Vice President succeed-
ing him has had the consecutive double in his
nameTeddy Roosevelt. Coolldge and Harry
Truman.
"You'd make a wonderful President." en-
couraged Arnold, "and I'd like to see you get
it. but those are the facts."
Eisehower was amused, but gave no indica-
tion that he wanted to run.
'I'd bate to think." he said, "that the future
welfare of the country depended on double
letters being in a candidate's name."
PAGE FU ui.
Sunday American Supptewiefll
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NOTEAccording to the above precedent,
Stassen of Minnesota Gov. Warren of Calif-
ornia and Senator Duff of Pennsylvania could
be successful candidates.
MacArthur, Dewey and Taft could not.
MYSTERIOUS IMMUNITY
FROM BOMBS
One of the phenomena of Frankfort, Ger-
many, Is to pass by Its buildings, many of
them still bomb-shattered despite six year* of
reconstruction, and suddenly come upon the
unscathed I. O. Farben building, once the
heme of the biggest German chemical carteL
Though bombs rained down on almost every-
thing else hi Frankfort and though other fac-
tories all over Germany were smashed to bits,
the Farben plant remained unhlt.
A fountain still plays serenely in its rear.
The grass is immaculate-. Not even a ma-
chine-gun bullet has marred- Its walls.
Equally strange is that the Skoda munitions
plant in Czechoslovakia, owned by the famous
French Le Creusot plant, also came through
the war untouched, while the French plant
owned by the same company at Le Creusot.
France, was not bombed by the Germans.
There has long existed a theory that the
Chiefs of Staffs of different belligerents have
agreements with the international cartels of
certain countries to give their factories im-
mi have never been able to substantiate this.
But the visual evidence la right there for any-
one to see; and it is also true that when I.
G Farben executives were arrested as war
prisoners after V-E Day they immediately con-
tacted their frelnds in certain American car-
tels to get them personal Immunity.
WEST POINT FIRINGS
The cheating of the 90 cadeU at West Point
was played up in the European preas, and it
didn't to do us too much good.
The man in the street didn't pay much at-
tention to it. But among top-level wopeans
and the many Americans ove*L *. ttoe reac
tion was: "If they'd dealt in deep freezes they
would have become major generals.
a* one American, now able to get a mng-
ranle view of his own country. It seems to me
33 we have experienced a moral lapse in re-
cent years which has become dangerously con-
UWheSn Congress allows a convicted t^fj*""
man. Brehm of Ohio, to n"nue J"1^.
the floor of the House of toWgiMl-ttWJ.
When the Senate closes its eyes to at least
two""snioropenly joked about as "cash re-
gister" members: and when a.Senator gets
away with Income-tax returns for wWch an
ordinary citizen would go to J*"-n
can't really blame West Point cadets lor suc-
cumbing, to this moral ateneas. ____
PertSps the We* Point Undent may lead
to the kind of moral awakening rt the
United SUtes of America so badly needs.
cffrSBTlW. By The Bell Syndicate (Inc.)
SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1951


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Labor News
And Comment
By Yktor Riesel
Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
HKAKD ON THIS BEAT:
In a New York restaurant the other night, .1 sat a lew
tobies down the aisle from crime king Frankle Cojtello
As I watched the graciousness and calorie-laden comfort
of this man's dinner ritual, my own dining companion told
me of new terror spread by America's interwoven moosreach-,
ing right across into Paris. '
Even there, Auto Union leader Victor Reuther, while work-
In* closely with our labor friends abroad against the common
enemy, has been forced to turn his home into a small armed
And night and day, a ferocious bulldog keeps watch over
the familya beast trained to attack all strangers.
Meanwhile, word comes from the Marine Engineers and tne
Teamsters that they have once more been pushed around by
the Anastasia mob, whose leader turned in such a charming
television performance during the Kefauver hearings.
It develops that at 9:30 BJn. on the morning of July 27,
the pixle-lsh Tony Anastasia, brother of Al (the Executioneri,
walked up to CI Marine Engineers' Beneficial Assn. pickets
with four movie-style thugs and told them:
"If you don't stop talking to the truck drivers, I'm going to
dump you at the foot of Columbia Bt. (the Brooklyn waterfront).
Sure the pickets called the cops.
An International president. H. L. Daggett, In Washington,
went to the Senate Crime probers.
Nothing happened. ... ,.
So Daggett plans to make a national stench out of it un-
til the Federal men move in. And they will too. sooner or
While we're on itthis is to report that Sen. Kefauver
will not support his crusading, bespectacled chief counsel Ru-
dy Halley, in the latter's anti-crime campaign for presidency
of the New York City Council...
Furthermore, the Teamsters' tough old Dan Tobin, a very
outspoken labor leader these days, has Just warned that those
of his union followers who operate the money-hauling trucks
are finding their work so hazardous now that they deserve
premium pay. r* ...
"There axe entirely too many stick-ups of union truck
drivers," he asserted... ^ ^ t
Watch for a knock down labor fightand I mean lust that
which may paralyze, for a while next year, the entire televi-
sion and broadcasting industryand some picture studios as
betting behind the scenes of this battle, you find the kind
of bitterness which led to last week's AFL decision to split
Latest irritation pivots upon the 1700 new television stu-
dios which are expected to hit the airwaves In the next ?4
monthscreating some 25,000 job.s
For years, the Stage Hands have handled all set construc-
tion and camera work In and out of the Hollywood studios
and broadcasting networks. '. '
Now, the CIO has launched a new union, the National
Assn. of Broadcasting Engineers and Technicians (NABET).
which Is challenging the veteran .Stage Hands Alliance, led
by the" crusading Dick Welsh.
The Broadcasting Engineers have chartered the Documen-
tary Film Cameramenand this is the first time a lensman
has been unionized outside AFL.
So bitter are things that the lawyers for the two national
outfits slugged it out in a Labor Board headquarters not so
lOIlfT l SO
The AFL man was badly beaten, he being a slim little
There'll be more of this. And in the showdown the stage
hands may be forced to strike some studios and networks right
across the nation to maintain its old Jurisdiction...
Political Dept: Sure sign that President Truman Is run-
ning again win be the acceptance by David Niles, controver-
sial White House aide to Franklin Roosevelt, of a bid from
Mr. Truman to return and bralntrust the corralling of minor-
ity and labor vote* for the Democrats next year.
And over In Paris, the CIO Men's Clothing Workers' lea-
der. Jack Potofsky, successor to Sidney Hillman, conferred with
General Ike Eisenhower for three hours recently.
This reminded some of us that Its was HiUman. shortly
after a similar conference with Ike In 1945. who got the Gen-
eral to speak at the 1946 CIO convention, and there launched
a presidential boom for him. <
As a result of pressure, from this column, the State Dept.
lias finally begun picking up the passports of some of those
pro-Soviet labor leaders who've gone- abroad .for briefing on
the kind of propaganda the Russians Wanted planted Inside
American labor. .
Since w're discussing the State Dept.v we want to pass
on the protest of yie CIO Seamen's Union. Big Joe Curran s
sailors' outfit wants to.know lust why 60 per cent of America's
diplomats (hundreds of them) used foreign .flag ships, there-
by slashing the income and Jobs q( U. S. deckhands.
Hollywood movies move in cycles. Now it's labor's turn
and this fall, unions themselves will actually be the heroes of
the latest film fad.
First is Louis De Rochement's "Whistle at Eaton Falls.'
depleting what happens to a small town when labor and man-
agement get together to save payrolls. '
Another Is "The Mob." exposing waterfrorlt rackets, but
showing- how the union works with the Federal men and local
All very exciting, and the unions are set to send their
people to see them for these are the first films about- labor
which are fast entertainment and lve the unions kudos...
The author of the controversial "Red Channels" has writ-
ten a new one on the legitimate theatre, radio and television.
He calls it "Confidential Report" and will release it soon.
Watch the Commie-line crowd scream against the Defense
Department's plan to disperse our key Industries torreas out
of Russia's easy atom bomb range.
It's not that the. lefties are crude enough to want us to
leave key aircraft eneine plants on the Stalinists air lanes.
The answer Is that, as at Ford, where the key building
union units have Just had Paul Robeson and Vito Marcantonlo
as special picnic guests any dispersion of Jobs" and plants wea-
kens the entire leftist concentration in those areas and brings
the new plants into rural communities where every Commie
liner is as obvious as a John Lewis eyebrowand as easily
detected.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall Syndicate, Inc.)
A8 A COLUMNIST READ THE FUTURE
The Stamford (Conn.) Gasette runs a "34-
Tears-Ago Today" column, compiled by Kyle
McCormick... He came up with the following:
"Jack Lalt, the well-known writer, tells in
the August (1917) American Magazine what
he thinks will happen in the next 35 years-r.
"There will not be a king, emperor, ar, or
kaiser in Europe. (Didn't miss that very much.)
"Ireland will be an independent republic: so
will Poland. (Poland made It toobut- I had
never heard of the Iron Curtain.)
"Liquor will be taboo the world overbarred
at Its source. (How wrong can a prophet get?)
"Women will have full suffrange everywhere.
(It was unknown then. Most free countries
did it.)
"Socialism wlU not have displaced republican
government. (Chalk one up for most of our
world.*
"There will be an aerial route across the
Atlantic and Pacific oceans, with stations or
controls at Intervals. (Batted 1,000!)
"All principal cities will have double-decked
streets, the lower strata for traffic by vehicles
exclusively. (They're coming, to It.)
"Emigration from one country to another
will be rare. (That certainly called It.)
Firearms of all kinds wUl be obsolete, for-
bidden everywhere. (The wish was father to a
boner.)
"Huge artificial Ughts will make the world
as bright at night as by day. (Lighting was
pretty dim them.) .
"Physicians, lawyers, dentists will be public
official and will not work for Individual fees.
(Britain did It.)
"Love will guide matrimonial selection, but
government wlU refuse to license the unfit,
the mlsmated. the Immature, the senile, the
damaged. (Only venerally "damaged" are re-
fused licenses.) ..^. ^1%^
"New York Cltv will have 10,000,000 inhabit-
ants and its own legislature: Chicago will have
7 000.000 and Its own legislature." (Not quite
as to population, but N. Y. almost came
through. Legislatures?. Where'd I get that
Idea?)
Those station-wagon Uals are not popula*
with the Once-Around-the-Park set... It's llko
necking In Macy's front window.
- Statement of the Week"To avoid -
blicity, Denise Barrel got a divorce in the
little town of Yaueepee, In Morales State,
instead of Cuernavaca, the state capital,
where she had been expected to the file
salt." That's too ducky. The morning of
the day Denise was Hying to divorce Pete
Crosby in Mexico, her press agent called
me, gave mo the "secret" Information, said
he would bottle it up and it would be safe
for a column exclusive. I wrote it and sent
it to the printers... As I read proof on the
matter (I'm an editor, too) that afternoon,
I ran across a caption for a picture of her.
slugged "WS," which means "With Story."
I sent for the proof of the story. It had
all the details... The source of the story
was the press agent... Poor Denise, thwart-
ed in her passionate hope that she could
"avoid publicity!"
Claude Binyon, Jr., 21-year-old son of the
rich and famous writer-director-producer, phon-
ed his old man from Honolulu that he'd mar-
ried Arlene Fried, his red-headed schooldays
sweetheart. Young Claude was a reporter on
Variety until the Army got him. He was In
Honolulu, awaiting transfer to Korea. Arlene
flew there. They will honeymoon as best they
can in Hawaii until he takes off for the front.
Millionaire oilman Ralph Johnson, presi-
dent of the Houston stock show and rodeo,
flew to Hollywood in Glenn McCarthy's air
limousine to make a deal for Roy Rogers
to headline Houston's annual rodeo next
January. Rogers topped the 1950 show and
hit a new record for its 16-year history
497,000 paid admissions in the 12-day
event... Ir Rogers can finish his Para-
mount pic with Bob Hone and Jane Rus-
sell in time, he and wife Dale Evans will
play the Roxy Theatre, N. Y. C. before
heading for Houston.
Sherman B. gifted Sona Henle with one of
those $4,200 (that's correct!) Jeroboams of Sor-
tilege last night. Struck me as extremely en-
tertainingbecause she was the only guy In
the Joint who could have afforded to buy one.
She was wearing enough Ice to do her act
on... Eating green ice cream, too probly
ground-up emeralds.
Are Northwest Airlines and National Airlines
about to confirm merger rumors? We hear
yes... Could be a stock tip? We never. dabb>e
in Wall Street, so pass it on as unconfirmed.
To Record-Addicts: A most delightful plat-
ter is" Duke Eilineton's latest Columbia re-
lease"Monolog." alias "Pretty and The Wolf.
The Runyon Cancer Fund now has legacies
from more than 100 wills... Shirley Yanwr-
chl Japan's No. 1 movie star. Is doing mid-
night spots with Marlene and sculptor Nogo-
chl. Shirley lust finished "East is East," direc-
ted by King Vldor. for Zanuck. She Is sending
back notes about all of us to Tokvo's leading
newsonper... A real Japanese doll, with an
Infectious chuckle and a terrific sense or
humor. ________
Peter Edson In Washington
NKA SUM Correspondent
WASHINGTON(NEA)Many West Pointers
In Washington are hoping the White House
won't weaken over the cribbing scandal aj
the Military Academy.
It is noteworthy that every high official in
the Pentagon who reviewed the case approved
expelling the cheaters.
If Pre-ldent Truman should let the criBPers
off with some light sentence like a year's sus-
pension, the old grads say it would wreck the
honor system.
They maintain that.it's necessary to have
the code of conduct in West Point one step
or two aboVe the standards at other institu-
tions of learning. ....
If it> were not for this difference, there
would be'- no point in having the service schools
to train professional officers. The Job might
Just as well be turned over to ROTC. Reserve
Officer Training schools, in state and private
colleges and universities.
mater. University of Michigan, was also after
McDonald. ,
But some time previously, at West Point
Coach Blalk's request. Senator Fergunson had
made McDonald a second alternate, all his
original appointments to West Point having
been used up.
Fearing the wrath of University of Michigan
athletic officials' for giving a potential grid
star to the Academy. Senator Ferguson called
the office of Secretary of the Army Frank
Pace to find what had happened.
Pace revealed that under a special law. ho
had authority to give appointments to Qual-
ified alternates of congressmen. And thats
how McDonald got In. _______.
APPROPRIATION BILLS MISLEADING
Congress, already two months behind on
passage of this year's money Mils, may re-uire
another month or more to finish the Job.
On ten approDriatlon bills which have Das-
S8thaantdwSrmeanS the e'nd of established ^"^=^^^=^1^^
m^yh?adW b WiS^^
u<\i n tur nirTCARTS fieure Is meaningless.
WOULD BE OUTVAHT It does not mclude W5 Dilllon authorizations
< i_____i I Unn JKnrr fr,v ^lUdrii if\cf" niel AP
One other factor not considered in handling
the cases of the 90 West Print crlbbers in
the future treatment they would get from otner
cadets at the Academy. >,"..w-.
It's an- old custom that when a cadet breaks
the honor code, none of the other cadets will
speak to him except In line of duty
This silent, treatment and complete social
ostracism bv the cadets themselves is far tough-
er than any disciplinary action administered
by higher authorities. ,
It breaks the spirit of manv vounosters. 1
thev can't right their wrong, thev resign from
the Academy or flunk out. .mi
If the 90 crlbbers were allowed to remain
in West Point, they'd be branded forever as
outcasts bv their fellow officers.
FERGUSON IN HOT WATER
8en. Homer Fergunson of Michigan got a
iolt when he read that Duncan McDonald.
Flint. Mich., football star, had been given a
visit to West Point, all expenses Daid.
As a result of this visit. McDonald was tu-
tored and passed entrance examinations to the
Mfllfary Academy. t." -_ __. ,_
Senator Ferguson knew thai Ml own alma
for militarv construction.
It does hot include the $8.5 billion foreign
military assistance proeram.
It includes nothing for carrying on the war
In Korea, if that becomes necessary.
It Includes nothing for nn expanded Air Force,
which may cost $10 billion this year as a
starter.
MORE WORK FOR RFC _
gress for liquidating Reconstruction Finance,
While there was a lot of sentiment In Con-
Corporatlon. following disclosures bv Sen. J.
William Fulbrlght's Investigating committee,
RFC now finds that its responsibilities have
been added to.
This comes through congressional creation
of a new Small Defense Plants Administration.
It will have a 17.500 a vear administrator,
who will work under Mobilization Director C.
E. Wilson. He didn't partlculorlv wont the new
small business outfit. He didn't th!nk It was
necessary. But he said If Congress created it.
he'd take It and make it run.
A $50 mllUon revolving fund was set up to
finance defense loans to small business con-
But the actual loans will be made bv RFC.
on recommendation of SDPA.
SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1951
Sunday Anecian Supplement
PAGE FIVE


Women Play Important Roles
At International Conference
By Hindi Diamond
Photos By El Halcn
year's Panama census and now five words behind the original
heads it bureau, conferences are orator. You may know a lan-
t. u- ... . "*d nal" But now at hut she guage well enoueh to turn out
If the Bloomer Girl of yes- feel. "I'm on the inside looking written transpon* 2? ,.
ter-year couM march down the ont." She has not only learned haye to be aTSSSL eonir.ta
corridor of HotelI El Panama this what makes them tick/but helps ST able to grasS^oS? e t e
"' PorWauUeKh the female S* *" CO,np'lcat, m*ch*n" "J*?*- J "knsCt^tnem
though the female Ism ." -^-- : --. verbally on the pot, In an-
Havlng travelled to Washing- other tongue,
ton on many occasions to attend One such gal-wonder could
the UN Statistical Commission easily be mistaken for an allur-
confcrencea, and other similar ing movie star. She's Mary
get-togethers, she Is thrilled that Oram. a striking blonde who
this important meeting took halls from Washington, and con-
oiJhe ECOflOC delegations, she place in Panama. aiders herself a "free-lance''
jg^gy^"^ #y..**>* A? ynan sitting In on a simultaneous Interpreter, rat-
-mn-S^*! ?2S HCSf bewn M^on' yxyu wou,d I*00*"? be tllng off with equal facility,
mans world.' For there are a moat Impressed with the little Spanish. Portuges^and English
liuenl sprinkling of women de- booth from which the "simurtan- Mary loves her Job because m
St*' women interpreters and eou Interpreters" speak. By she puts it you work only when
ESiSS SSSLi^f.SS^w fS*"* UU,e button and * tne delegates arein^ conference
social and economic fields culled justing your earphones, you can and there's no messy "paper
from 21 Latin American repub- pick up what Is being said in a shuffling."
1 .. language you understand. In between shuttling from El
tJSJA ^e Secre**ry Ckneral Watching these expressive young Panama to the Chamber of Com-
(whose duties are far fromse- ladles, you're almost convinced merce where the Foo'-and-
cretarlal) is a woman. This that they themselves are mak- Mouth Disease Conference took
"f" '?'*?*".<**'* ing the speech. Their prompt place, she's managed to catch
male attainment chart. To young delivery Is amazing when you glimpses of Panama?
Ciirmen Miro, who directed last consider that they keep maybe
end.
suffragette canrot yet sit back
and rest on her laurels, she
v ould rejoice m seeing the hard-
etraed, slow-blossoming fruits
o her labor.
Around the conference tables
1 JL?y? THE WII>E OFEN SPACES HERE." says V S dele.
Sows 2Lt. y*.>*aS U wT7lefrJr wi-
wSTCE* 7. ru***1 ft * *,nns of wild Ufe. but
fhe'dlS?!ekJSk 2?82 E"fe her nl** 3 *Phews
she d go through the Panama Canal and tell them all bout
ft, so that's an important Hem in her Kinerarjr.
tory. It dates me as being very
old. since none can remember
SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETER In three languages, Mary
Oram was with the Foot-and-Mouth Disease Conference. The
wife of a Washington state Department official, she loves
her work, and never gets bored with life.
She had no Idea what Aft osa
(Spanish name for the cattle
sickness meant when she started
work for that conference. But
now she's keenly interested.
"You begin to feel the responsi-
bility right off, and follow the
subject very closely. It's like tak-
ing a course."
Born In Brazil of an American
father and Brazilian mother,
speaking several languages "just
comes naturally." Now married
to a U.S. State Department offi-
cial. Mary thinks her two
daughters, (four and one years
old) may follow her example.
"They learned to speak fluent where that was in the "states
Portugese when we lived In Bra- But If spirit were the measure
all. now they're in Washington, of age, she is very young indeed,
with a French governess and an The host nation Panama can
English environment. Hope it be especially proud of lu women
doesn't get too confusing for in this conference for they have
them." only recently (I9) won the
This word-whiz has written right to vote,
several articles on Brazil, and One Panama delegate is Geor-
architecture. And oh yes. she glna J. de Lopez, a woman who
paints. Plans after this? "More feels a huge responsibility 'to
conferences." being at the conference, and
Two other Interesting women hopes fervently that the "social
occupy places in the US. delega- aspects will be given more im-
tlon to the ECOSOC. They were portance."
sent hy the Office of Price Sta- With a string of degrees from
bilizatlon. and the Social Secur- Columbia University. Georgina is
lty Administration. now Professor of Sociology and
The lady who gives the last Co-Director In charge of the
nod on fixing prices. Ethel B. Census. Twice-defeated for pub-
Gilbert has truly Invaded a niche nc office ("which sounds like I
heretofore reserved for men. She haven't been a very successful
got her start with the old OPA politician") she was still the first
during the war. And afterwards, woman to become a Director of
she travelled as Liaison Officer the National Revolutionary Par-
between UNESCO in Paris and ty. .
New York. She spent a total of An alternate delegate Seorl-
four months in Europe last year ta Elsa Griselda Valde's Is the
travelling through Italy. Aus- head of the School of Social
tria. Germany. France and Eng- work at the University and was
land, estimating the needs of the very instrumental in setting up
devastated universities and 11- the department there. Due to her
brarles. "My home was in my efforts an American social work-
suitcase." er. Thomasine Hendricks was
The other American delegate, sent down to Panama under the
Elizabeth Shirley Enochs sniffs point IV Program to survey Pa-
at her "awful" title. Chief of the nama's social needs.
International Technical Mis-
sions, Social Security Adminis-
tration. Her work has been like
a Point-4 programin minia-
ture. And at the conference she
is responsible for the part deal-
ing with social cooperation.
Besides clear Spanish. Mrs.
Enochs can converse in Italian.
Portugese and German. "When
I say I was born in Indian terri-
As one of the Hotel Panama's
managers remarked. "You get
the feeling of the solemnity of it
all by the lack of social parties
usually attending such meet-
ings" it's a serious conference
and "they really work."
PANAMA'S WOMAN DELE-
GATE, Georgina Jimnez do
Lpez, whose main interest on
the program is "social cooper-
ation between countries" listen*
intently to the speaker. An ex-
editor of a woman's magazine
"Panamea," she is now thn
president of the Pan-American
Round Table for Women.
GOOD LOOKING AND SMART TOO! These gals are known
2L5,mUan0"'' ,,nterPee". Keeping only a few words be-
hind the original speaker. (L. to r.r Mrs. Italia R C de
Morayta. and Rosa Maria Duran Gil)
Happy Harvey!
Relax Harvey, all la well,
A job you found, as we can tell!
Onr Want Ad you answered to a
Soon you'll be president, wait n
Ml
;'AG*J SIX
PANAMA'S ALTERNATE DELEGATE, Seorita Profesora Etaa
G. Valdes, standing, exchanges a comment with a U. S. dele-
gate, Mrs. Elizabeth S. Enochs, who Is Chief of the Inter-
national Technical Missions of the Federal Security Agency.
Sunday American Supptemesu
SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1%1


Antiaircraft Civilian Volunteers
Show Mettle In Test Practice Shoot
CIVILIAN VOLUNTEER JAMES THOMPSON cleans one of
the bores of the "tnad .56V after AACAP firing practice.
Sgl. Arthur Sonnie, 85th AAA Group instructor, in removing
one of the other barrels. Note the asbestos loves to protect
against the great heat from rapid fire.
SFC HOWARD CROWKI.L. 65th AAA Group instructor, holds
aloft the red firing flag as the civilian volunteers hammer
away at a target with a 46 millimeter gun daring AACAP
practice firing. Note the ejected shell in midair to the left.
TRArtPORTATrON: COURTESY UNCLE SAM-What this
Kea officer loses in face, he makes up in shoe leather. It's Chinese
General Hsieh Fang, one of twe Chinese negotiators at Kaesong
sitting In the front seat of an American-made jeep. The vehicle'
still bears the Army's white star marking indicating its former
ownershp by Uncle Sam.
The Antiaircraft Civilian Aux-
iliary Program In the Canal
Zone was completed on Flamen-
co Island yesterday with civilian
volunteers firing auto m a t i c
weapons and 90 mm guns. In a
roaring display of the techniques
which they have developed to
the past six weeks.
The final phase was highlight-
ed by the presence of 23 Depart-
ment of Army officials and na-
tional and local press represen-
tatives and marked the begin-
ning of a new phase of antiair-
craft defense in the Canal Zone.
According to Colonel Goad-
man, whose organization con-
ducted the test program, the
new "defenders of freedom"
need only to be told the loca-
tion of their positions to streng-
then AA defenses here in the
event of an air attack.
The AACAP test "program was
Initiated bv the United States
Armv Caribbean six weeks ago.
by the direction of Secretary
of the Army Frank Pace. The
Canal Zone was selected as the
area for the original tests be-
cause "United States citizens
residing In the Canal Zone are
representative of the United
States public in morale, loyalty
and the spirit of cooperation."
In a joint move, the Com-
manding General of the United
8tates Army Caribbean and the
Governor of the Panama Canal
named the 65th Antiaircraft Ar-
tillery Group. Fort Clayton, as
the training unit and appointed
a board of officers headed by
Colonel Goodman, to integrate
the test program.
Classroom space, Instructors,
lesson plans, and other admin-
istrative problems were Ironed
out In record time, and on July
12. the first AACAP class was
called -to order in a hangar at
the Panama Air Depot.
Three times a week since
then, civilian volunteers have
gathered at specific places to
develop the ability to operate
and maintain Antiaircraft guns.
Automatic Weapons. Communi-
cations and Alntlalrcraft Oper-
ations rooms..
From radar to the operation
of electronic computers, the
civilian volunteers, from white
collar workers to wlrerepairmen.
learned the secrets of complica-
ted mechanisms, and according
to AACAP officials, are now
ready to operate and man the
fire equipment at any time.
The proficiency of the AACAP
volunteers went on record one
crew, during the initial stages
of training, knocked a sleeve
target down after only four
rounds. This was canped In the
next series when the replace-
ment tow target was smashed
bv the first shell release! Since
then. AACAP personnel have
advanced to such a point that
they are competent to be called
for duty day or nleht to com-
bat any hostile aircraft that
may attempt to penetrate A A
defenses in the Canal Zone.
Though approximately 175
years have passed since the
original mlnutemen won their
niche In American hltorv. the
AACAP "mlnutemen" have
shown that the pioneer sDlrit of
lovaltv and democracy Is still
intact, and thev are ready and
able to prove it.

Everybody Reads C\te$\fe$
SUNDAY, AUGUST 26, 1951-
See Here, Stranger
You're n LMfatt
FORT WAYNE. Ind. Aue 25
(UP) A book-Jacket bearing the
title "Papa Was a Preacher"
was displP'M prominently in
the rear window of a Texan's
car.
During a traffic jam, the
driver addressed blunt Anglo-
Saxon terms to the nerson re-
sponsible for the ti-un. An
Amlsh woman who had read
the book title said. "Ynune
rfl1ow. ministers' sons don't'
i': thnt way In Indiana *
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CIVILIAN VOLUNTEERS In the Gun Group of AACAP at a
tense moment during firing practice. This 46 millimeter gun
crew was amone the most accurate during a recent "shoot."
MRS. AGNES BF.IDENEEICH, AACAP volunteer, showed the
inspecting generals "how its done" at a recent firing practico
last Saturday. Left to right are: Brig. Gen. Francis A.
.'March. Chief of Staff, Caribbean Command: Lt. Gen. William
B.H. Morris, ir.. Commander in Chief Caribbean Theater of
. Operations, and visiting Colombian General Bejarano.
(U.S. Army Photos)
ANCHOR MAN"Best of Show" w"as the award given to this
photograph, entitled "Rest Period," in the Interservice Photo Con-
tost in Washington. It shows a sailor, relaxing from his ship-
painting chores on one of the flukes of a giant ant-hor. The picture
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PANAMA, E. r., DOMINGO. AGOSTO 2. 1951


La muerte en el estudio
Versin del trgico suicidio del Senador Eduardo Chibas segn el semanario Bohemia
__________________________ mohn U orilctOS de Chlb T
Aquel hombre robusto de pro-
nunciado mentn y actitud re-
suelta, erguido ahora ante el mi-
crfono su arma de combate
insobornable a travs de tos
aos era. desde las ltimas se-
manas, el centro de una encona-
ta polmica nacional. Gravitaban
sobre l das acumulados de pa-
siones fronteras, en que !a tem-
peratura de la plaza pblica su-
bi al mximo grado de fiebre.
Rodebanlo muchos adictos en
el espacioso estudio de la CMQ:
a su derecha. Millo" Ochoa: a
su lsqpierda. Roberto Agramonte.
Llamaba la atencin que el
senador Chibas, pese al caior rei-
nante se presentara envuelto en
un traje dril 100. La corbata co-
rrectamente anudada contribua
a producir una singular sensa-
cin de ceremonia, como si el
iefe ortodoxo acabara de llegar
.de un viaje... o estuviera a pun-
to de partir hacia otro. Pero esa
impresin pas fugazmente.
poco antes, el popular Pardo
Liada habla explicado a la au-
diencia en un discurso sobrio,
Siente, demoledor para muchos
lereses oficiales cmo el go-
bierno habia dado un paso ms
en el dominio de los medios de
publicidad, adquiriendo Union
Radio, v cmo el resultado In-
mediato, esperado y buscado, ha-
bla sido su salida de dicha emi-
sora. Ahora. Chibas, manjar c-
-Ico dominical de Untos miles,
ocupaba de nuevo el centro de
la atencin.
Un dilogo curioso, llamado a
tener pattica resonancia dentro
de poco, se habia desarrollado
una hora antes en el apartamen-
to que ocupa Chibas en la torre
del edificio Lpez Serrano. Esta-
ba all de visita Luis Cont Age-
ro dirigente oriental del PPC y
le llamo la atencin el arma que
ae hallaba sobre la mesa:
Qu pistola ms grande, "Ed-
dv"! exclam, fijando la vista en
el impresionante Instrumento de
muerte, pero sin preocuparse lo
ir.-, mnimo.
Es la de siempre, repuso Chi-
bas serlo. Imperturbable. yeme,
cuil es el seguro?
Un tanto sorprendido, Cont
Agero lo ilustr:
Mira, este es... Este otro es
el medio seguro...
Y por qu no la probamos?
propuso ECh, mirando la costa
lejana. T crees que el tiro lle-
gue al mar?
No, yo no creo que llegue tan
lejos. Adems, el plomo al caer
puede herir a alguien...
S. es verdad, dijo el senador
habanero, y palanque el arma.
Una bala cay al suelo. Al tiem-
po que la recoga, el visitante
aconsej, ligeramente jocoso:
Devulvela al peine, que no
te hace falta...
No. no. djala fuera, que con
lar dems tengo suficiente, repli-
c con igual serenidad, pero con
un acento extraamente firme el
Jefe ortodoxo. Ms tarde LCA re-
cordarla el matiz de su voz que
entonces *:o le llam la atencin.
Otro dilogo, ms breve, sos-
tuvo Chibas con Luis Orlando
Rodriguez antes de la emisin del
domingo. Lo concluy con un a-
nunclo enigmtico y una despe-
dida extremadamente personal:
Oye, Luis, el discurso que va
a. pronunciar Pardo esta noche es
formidable, pero ml final ser
mucho mejor. Bueno, adis, m
.hermano!
Minutos antes de la transml-
* aln, salla Chibas del Lpez Se-
rrano, acompaado del senador
Pelavo Cuervo v de Cont Age-
ro. Ya Instalados en el estudio
nmero tres de la CMQ. el auriga
ortodoxo hizo un aparte con Par-
do Liada. Se leyeron mutuamen-
te sus scripts. El senador por La
Habana, en gesto Inslito, abraz
i a su compaero de partido. Lucia
eufrico, como s toda dificultad
quedara superada. Y con la mls-
ma satisfaccin escuch el ma-
cizo discurso de JPL1. aprobando
enrgicamente este prrafo:
El gobierno en su desenfre-
nado afn de silenciar las voces
Insobornables de la verdadera o-
Ccln. est utilizando ya m-
es de pesos para controlar to-
dos los rganos de publicidad. Pe-
ro frente a los recursos del poder.
frente a un presupuesto de 300
millones de pesos, frente al con-
trol progresivo de la radio, la
prensa, el cine y la televisin, te-
Miles de en-mas lleaabasi la gran Irlasa frente a la Uaiveriidad fc la Habana, al ser colocad*
M * **""" _, lcetr_ i* Chiba. e> el arm, de artillera.
nemos fe en la vergueo del
pueblo de Cuba. No todo est ven-
dido, no todo es susceptible de
venderse. An quedan micrfo-
nos libres, a los que acudiremos
a llevar nuestro diario mensaje
de orientacin y combate al pue-
blo de Cuba...
Tom el micrfono ECh. Falta-
ban apenas diez minutos. Slo
tuvo tiempo de leer trea o cua-
tro prrafos, pero martilleaba en
ellos una idea fija: conmover al
pueblo de Cuba, levantar su fe
dormida, estimular su energa c-
vica dispersa.
El Domingo pasado, desde
esta misma tribuna de orienta-
cin y combate, present al pue-
blo pruebas irrefutables de la e-
norme corrupcin del rgimen de
Pro: fotografas de escuelas y
hospitales en la miseria, contras-
lando con las fincas y palacios
ostentosos de gobernantes que
hace poco vivan en la pobreza.
Sin embargo, a pesar de que las
continuas depredaciones de Ma-
chado, Batista. Orau San Mar-
tn y Carlos Pro no han conse-
comunismo Internacional. Ni
tampoco el grupo de despechados
que sigue al ex-Presldente Orau.
El nico equipo gobernante ca-
paz de salvar a Cuba es el del
Partido del Pueblo Cubano (Or-
todoxo), con su linea antipactlsta
de la independencia poltica, que
no admite transacciones ni com-
ponendas.
Compaeros de la Ortodo-
xia, adelante! Por la indepen-
dencia econmica, la libertad po-
ltica y la Justicia social! A ba-
rrer a los ladronea del gobierno!
Vergenaa contra dinero!
Pueblo de Cuba, le van la te y
anda! i Pueblo cubano, despierta!
Inesperadamente los oyentes
lo percibieron, pero no Chibas,
que segua leyendo, fu corta- matar
da la transmisin por haberse
pasado de tiempo. Ignorando que
su voz ya no estaba en el aire, el
Jefe ortodoxo Improvis estas pa-
labras finales:
Este es el ltimo aldabonaso,
el ms fuerte aldabonaso. Des-
pierta, despierta...
pierna, herida por el mismo pro-
yectil a su salida.
Un remolino humano surgi en
torno al .milite a ido. 9e oan vo-
ces contradictorias, algunos pi-
diendo que no dejaran salir al hi-
pottico agresor, otros deman-
dando serenidad. Mas todo cedi
al grupo de "Millo" Ochoa, Par-
do Liada, Pelayo Cuervo, Orlan-
do Castro y Cont Agero, que
conduca a su jefe poltico.
En el auto del doctor Aorga a
toda velocidad, fueron en busca
del Centro Mdico Quirrgico.
Tan repleto iba el carro, que uno
de ras ocupantes casi quedaba
fuera, con riesgo d su vida. Cas-
tro le grit:
- Qutese de ahi. que se va a
maban los adictos de Chibas 7
los visitantes de ms rango: los
hermanos Goar y Abel Mestre, del
circuito CMQ: Ramn Vasconce-
los, timonel de "Alerta"; Miguel
ngel Quevedo. director de BO-
HEMIA; Guillermo Martnez
Mrquez, de "El Pas"; Guido
Garca Incln. de la COCO, fue-
ron los primeros. Despus, llega-
ron el Vicepresidente de la Re-
pblica, el alcalde de La Habana.
Ral v Martn Menocal. el Jefe
de la Polica Nacional y otras fi-
guras del mbito pblico nacio-
nal. No faltaron representantes
de los desterrados venezolanos,
peruanos, dominicanos, etc. La
invariable Conchita Fernndez
los atenda a todos.
Empero, el espectculo mas im-
presionante estaba fuera. Impe-
didos de arribar al congestionado
local muchos ciudadanos de am-
bos sexos y de diversas condicio-
nes sociales gente humilde y
trabajadora o de extraccin bur-
guesa permanecan sin fla-
quear toda aquella noche. Desde
la puerta que da al saln de o-
peraclones. enfermeras y enfer-
meros, secundados por la propia
polica, gritaban a la multitud:
Los que sean del grupo nu-
mero dos. que pasen...!
Y afluan incontenibles los do-
nantes de sangre. Todos queran
ser del grupo codiciado. Litro tras
litro rearaba la enorme prdida
del fluido vital del herido. Hom-
bres y mujeres lloraban. Algunos
rezaban, arrodillados en la hier-
ba Y a cada momento, la pre-
gunta Inevitable asediada al per-
sonal de la clnica: _.,,__, '
Cmo sigue Chibes? se
Otros distraan la impaciencia
con el inevitable comentarlo. Se
oar frases como stas:
Es un hombre de verguensa,
por eso se ha tirado...
Yo en su lugar no lo hubie-
ra hecho. Es una locura. Por qu
darle ese gusto al gobierno... se-
guirla denuncindolos para que
sufrieran.
Daba fuertemente con el puo
guldo embotar la sensibilidad i izquierdo en la mesa. La mano
moral del pueblo cubano, lo que
habla muy alto de la firmeza de
sus virtudes, .mis palabras del
pasado domingo no tuvieron to-
da la resonancia que la grave si-
tuacin requeria. Cuba necesita
despertar. Pero mi aldabonazo
no fu. quizs, lo suficiente fuer-
te. Y Cuba, urgentemente, nece-
sita despertar. Seguiremos lla-
mando a la conciencia del pueblo
cubano.
Por su posicin geogrfica. la
riqueza de su suelo y la inteli-
gencia natural de sus habitan-
tes. Cuba tiene reservado en la
historia un grandioso destino,
pero Sebe realizarlo. Otros pue-
blos asentados en Islas que no
gozan de situacin tan privile-
giada como nuestra patria, han
desempeado en la Historia un
papel de preeminencia singular.
En cambio. Cuba ha visto frus-
trado su destino histrico, hasta
ahora, por la corrupcin y cegue-
ra de sus gobernantes, cuyo pen-
Sarniento salvo excepciones-
ha volado siempre a ras de tie-
rra.
La feliz conjuncin de fac-
tores naturales tan propicios a
un gran destino, unido a la alta
calidad de nuestro pueblo, slo
espera la gestin honrada y ca-
paz de un equipo gobernante que
est a la altura de su misin his-
trica. Ese equipo no puede ser el
del gobierno actual, corrompido
hasta la mdula, aunque se dis-
frace de nuevos rumbos para en-
cubrir sus robos, contrabandos y
desvergenzas. Ni la falsa oposi-
cin de Batista, que alienta el re-
greeo de los coroneles, del pal-
ma-ertsti. la goma y la ley de
[ fuga, con la taimada ayuda del
derecha buscaba algo en el cinto.
Y en aquel momento son el dis-
paro. ..
Hubo confusin, desconcierto.
Algunos huyeron, otros se lrgule-
ron buscando la causa del estam-
pido. Los mismos q' flanqueaban
a Chibas no se dieron cuenta en
los primeros segundos de lo que
haba sucedido, hasta que el lder
del Partido del Pueblo Cubano se
desplom sobre la mesa y la pis-
tola cay al suelo. A borbotones
sala Mugre del boquete horren-
do abierto por la bala. Cerca, un
En aquel momento, repar en
que era el profesor universitario
Roberto Agrmente, fiel como
pocos al sagitario ortodoxo.
Y en el ascensor, rumbo al sa-
ln de primeros auxilios. Chibas
deca a sus acompaantes:
Voy a morir, pero el partido
debe unirse ahora ms que nunca.
Hay que hacer frente al gobier-
no corrompido y a la seudo-opo-
gtaata.
Luego, en la camilla. Castro In-
dag:
Donde es la herida. "Eddy"?
En el vientre... Qu lstima
que no haya sido en el corazn!
La modernsima clnica del Ve-
dado quedo convertida en pocos
minutos en un centro magntico
de multitudes. Por todas las ca-
lles, en automvil o a pie. con-
vergan numerosas personas al
edificio. Jardines, salones, esca-
leras, vibraban de inquietud'hu-
do abierto por la r>aia. ^erc. mi i. '*"" ,.""i_,z- _.
adicto de Chibas se sujetaba una mana y expectacin. Dentro pri
-Dic-n que estaba desespera-
do porque lo dejaron solo. Has-
ta los de su partido no hacan
nada por defenderlo. Tenia que
pelear l solo contra todos ..
Le pedan pruebas y las ha
dado. Esta es la mejor prueba de
la desvergenza que impera en
Cuba, que un hombre como ese
tensa que suicidarse...
Breando la pwg^ggj
aoretaba en las mediaciones,
arrib Luis Orlando Rodrguez.
Muchos, desconociendo su deli-
cado estado de salud acabaa
de salir de una grave operacin,
miraban la peligrosa abnegad
5oTd^vuUta.^ le costara
una recada al da > utente.
A las doce de la noche, tos m-
dlcos expidieron su primer do
let?La bata penetra el epigastrio
nerforando el colon transverso
contada y. salida-^ com-
prueban ademas ocho oerforcl
nes en el Intestino delgado -Le,
salida de la bala produce frac-
Ura de la segunda oteara vr-
tebra lumbar con posible lesion
neI?La"*'lntervencln quirrgica
consisti en 2ai.apaIS 3)
(Pasa a la Pagina 5, CoL J)
En hombros de eludanles y profesores d la **"*" R^h ""'*
Chibas para ser celoeada luego en un armn de artiiiena.
fretro de
PAGINA DOS
Suple-arto PANAMA AMERICA Ommt DOMINGO, AGOSTO 26, 1961
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Nvelos de Misterio que escribi la realidad
-:- LA TAZA DE CAFE -:-
NUEVA YORK, julio SI.(EPS)En la noche del 27 de abril
de 1929, la poblacin de Tuttletown. en California, celebraba una
animada fiesta en su escuela principal. Los vecinos ,1a mayor par-
te de los cuales trabajaban en empresas madereras, se divertan
de lo lindo, cuando de pronto oyeron sorprendidos horrible's quejas
que salan de un automvil, parado frente al edificio escolar.
Quien lanzaba las quejas era Carroll Rabien, un veterano de
la primera guerra mundial, que haba quedado sordo a consecuen-
cia de una herida recibida en sta. Rabien se retorca de dolor.
Un vigoroso ranchero le tom en brazos v le llev a la escuela.
La fiesta fue suspendida y todos los semblantes reflejaron cons-
ternacin. Porque era evidente que Carroll estaba gravsimo. Su
semblante se haba desfigurado y su boca apareca llena de sangre.
Haciendo un enorme esfuerzo, Rabien pudo murmurar la pa-
labra "caf". Luego entr en agona y minutos despus expir
en los brazos de su padre y de su esposa Eva.
Esta extraa tragedla caus
enorme impresin en Tubble-
town. El jbilo se convirti en
duelo general, porque los Ra-
bien eran personas muy queri-
das en la localidad. El padre de
Carroll, "el viejo" John, era el
alma de todos las fiestas, como
el mejor msico de la poblacin.
Su hijo, empero, no se mostra-
ba tan sociable como l, debido
a su sordera. Evitaba, especial-
mente, la compaa de las mu-
jeres y asi, cuando se supo que
Intentaba casarse, la noticia
caus bastante sorpresa.
Y la sorpresa aument al ha-
cerse pblico que su novia no
era upa muohacha del pueblo,
sino una "forastera", llamada
Eva Brandon, a la cual conoci
el Joven por medio de una a-
gencia matrimonial.
Eva. una mujer alta v vigoro-
sa, era bastante mayor que l.
Proceda de Texas y era viuda
y madre de un nio llamado
Albert. Al entablar correspon-
dencia con Carroll le advirti
que senta un gran afecto por
ste y que era entendido que no
ae separarla de !.
Tras de escribirse varias car-
tas. Rabien arregl su encuen-
tro en Reno, Nevada, en donde
se casaron. Instalndose luego
en Tuttletown. Unas semanas
despus se les uni Albert, quien
lleg acompaado por una her-
mana de Eva, llamada Effie. la
cual tambin se qued a vivir
con ellos.
Al principio ios vecinos mos-
traron poca simpata por los
recin llegados. Las madres de
hijas casaderas no perdonaban
a Carroll que hubiera "enviado
a pedir por correo una esposa",
como quien compra artculos
comerciales, habiendo tantas
muchachas agraciadas y buenas
en el pueblo. Pero con el trans-
curso del tiempo aceptaron fi-
nalmente a Eva como una espo-
sa excelente y una madre mo-
delo.
o O o
La maana siguiente a la s-
bita muerte de Carroll, el al-
guacil del condado, Jack Dam-
bacher. se dirigi a la escuela a
realizar una investigacin. Ins-
peccion cuidadosamente el sitio
en que haba estado parado el
. automvil de Rabien Y logr
descubrir, bajo unas piedras,
una pequea botella que tenia
una etiqueta marcada simple-
mente "P-21, 108".
Luego procedi a Interrogar a
muchas de las personas que ha-
blan asistido a la fiesta de la
noche anterior, particularmente
a los que atendieron a Carroll.
Terminada esta tarea, el al-
guacil visit todos los estableci-
mientos comerciales de la loca-
lidad, tratando de establecer la
procedencia de la botella que
haba recogido. Cuando esta ta-
rea result Infructuosa, am-
pli su investigacin a los pue-
blos cercanos. Y entonces tuvo
el xito que buscaba. Porque
en uno de ellos, Tuolumne, en-
contr, en una farmacia, dos
frascos iguales al que l lleva-
ba. Ambos contenan estricnina.
Dambacher trat luego de
establecer a quines haban si-
do vendidos frascos de esta
clase. Cinco los hablan com-
prado rancheros de la vecindad,
personas de probada honorabili-
dad a quienes el alguacil cono-
ca desde muchos aos atrs y
que estaban a salvo de toda
sospteha. Y uno haba sido ad-
quirido por una mujer que dijo
llamarse la seora J. Williams.
El alguacil no conoca a nadie
de este nombre en la regln.
"Recuerda usted a esta mu-
jer?", le pregunt al empleado
de la farmacia que estaba de
"S", contest ste. "Me dijo
que necesitaba el veneno para
matar las ratas que abundaban
en su granero. Era una mujer
alta y musculosa, rubia, de ojos
color azul plido. Y nunca ha-
bla comprado nada aqu. Por
eso me llam la atencin, pues
conocemos bien a la mayora de
nuestros clientes".
"Muchas gracias", dijo enton-
ces Dambacher. "Me parece que
yo si conozco a esta mujer".
El alguacil interrog a los
rancheros que habian compra-
do los frascos de estricnina, pa-
ra saber cmo haban usado)
sta, y descubrir si tenan al-
guna noticia de la seora Wil-
liams. Todos explicaron satls-
fatoriamente el uso que habian
dado al veneno, pero nadie te-
na conocimiento alguno de la
mencionada mujer. Y esto con-
firm lo que el alguacil sospe-
chaba, que se trataba de una
nombre falso.
Con esta conviccin fue a
visitar a su superior, el fiscal
del distrito W. E. Hosklns. Y en
compaa de ste y del doctor
J. Bromley, que habla hecho la
autopsia a Carroll y dictamina-
do que habia. muerto envene-
nado, se dirigi a la granja de
los Rabien .
All Interrog a Eva y a su
hermana, pero no pudo sacar
nada en claro. Ambas afirma-
ron que el da 27. Carroll se
haba levantado temprano, co-
mo de costumbre, dedicndose a
sus ocupaciones ordinarias. Y
cuando salieron para el baile,
se mostraba enteramente sano
v normal. Ellas suponan que
habia muerto a consecuencia
de una peritonitis, ya que no
se les habia dicho nada acerca
del resultado de la autopsia.
Dambacher se desDidl de e-
llas, pero luego, ya al subir a su
automvil, las Invit a acompa-
arle a Tuolumne. con un ore-
texto cualquiera. Eva y su her-
mana aceptaron, y cuando el
alguacil las llev a tomar un
refresco a la farmacia en donde
se vendi la estricnina, el em-
pleado reconoci a la primera
como la seora Williams que le
compr uno de los frascos.
Eva neg esto enfticamente,
pidiendo a Dambacher que la
llevara a su casa. Pero l le con-
-test:
"Mucho lo siento, seora Ra-
bien, pero no es posible. Desde

Una tasa de caf, en la cual
una mano criminal mezcl es-
tricnina, jug papel preponde-
rante en el caso de Carroll Ra-
bien (1) y su esposa Eva (2).
este momento queda usted bajo
arresto".
servicio.
o O o
La autopsia haba probado
que Carroll muri envenenado
con estricnina. Quin se la habia
suministrado?
En relacin con esta pregun-
ta, la seora Alice Shea, una de
las concurrentes a la fiesta del
27 dio un informe que vino a
tener enorme importancia. De-
clar que durante el baile haba
estado un rato parada en una
puerta del saln v que la seo-
ra Rabien pas a su lado lle-
vando una taza de caf, al pa-
recer para su esposo que esta-
ba en el automvil. Inadverti-
damente, ella habia agarrado el
brazo a Eva y un poco del caf
se derram, cayendo sobre el
vestido de la declarante, que
qued manchado. Y cuando
esta mancha fue Inspeccionada
en un laboratorio se encontr
que el caf estaba mezclado con
estricnina.
Pero la seora Rabien recha-
z la acusacin que ahora se le
haca. Si era cierto que Carroll
habia muerto envenenado, dijo,
seguramente se trataba de un
suicidio. Charles H. Vanee, un
abogado vecina de ella, se o-
freci para defenderla, afir-
mando que ningn jurado po-
>if:itfltt dra probar su culpabilidad.
La opinin pblica se dividi
desde el primer momento. La
prensa local llam a Eva "La
Borgia de las Sierras", aprove-
chando la oportunidad para re-
cordar la historia de las ms
famosas envenenadoras de la
historia y para sealar que en
la regin madedera de Califor-
nia nunca se habia conocido un
caso igual. Y mientras unos sos-
tenan que "nada bueno poda
esperarse de una mujer extra-
a que consinti en hacer un
matrimonio por corresponden-
cia", otros declaraban que una
esposa y madre modelo como
la seora Rabien era Incapaz
de cometer un crimen como el
que se le Imputaba.
El caso tom un nuevo aspec-
to cuando la hermana de Eva,
Effie, ofreci nueva evidencia:
habia descubierto que en una
granja lejana habitaba una se-
ora J. Williams, que segura-
mente era quien haba compra-
do la estricnina en Tuolumne.
El alguacil Dambacher fue a
visitarla. Y encontr que era u-
na pobre mujer, de carcter t-
mido, que no habia oido pala-
bra siquiera de la tragedia Ra-
bien, ni -habia estado nunca en
la mencionada poblacin.
Mientras tanto, las autorida-
des habian logrado establecer
un motivo para el crimen: Ca-
rroll tena plizas de seguro de
vida por valor de tres mil d-
lares. Y l 26 de abril haba
sido notificado, delante de su
esposa, de que a partir del lo.
de mayo siguiente la suma ha-
bia sido duplicada, por una dis-
posicin de la compaa asegu-
radora en beneficio de sus clien-
tes que fueran veteranos de la
guerra mundial. Pero Carroll,
en ve de mostrar entusiasmo
por la noticia, haba manifes-
tado que prefera dejar de pa-
gar la prima, pues ya no tena
inters en el seguro. Y la bene-
ficiara de. estas plizas era su
esposa Eva. Fue dos horas ms
larde que la supuesta seora
Williams compr la estricnina.
La vista de este caso fue lle-
vada a cabo al aire Ubre, por-
que la sala del Juzgado local
apenas tenia capacidad para
veinte personas. El jurado y las
autoridades se sentaron, lo mis-
mo que la acusada, en una ta-
rima construida para bailes p-
blicos en un parque. Muchas
gentes llevaron viandas, como
si se tratara de un picnic.
El fiscal resumi los hechos,
exponiendo que Carroll Rabien
haba sido envenenado con es-

bia sido suministrado en una
laza de caf; que tal taza le
fue servida por su esposa Eva,
como lo probaban varios deta-
lles, y que, adems, ella habia
sido Identificada como la mu-
jer que compr la estricnina en
Tuolumne.
El viejo Rabien declar que la
vida conyugal de su hijo y Eva
habia sido tormentosa, contra-
rio a lo que generalmente se
crea v que sta se mostr en el
hogar como una mujer dura y
ambiciosa, que slo pensaba e
obtener dinero. Las plizas de
seguro haban tenido como be-
neficiario original al seor Ra-
bien, padre, pero Eva logr con-
vencer a Carroll de que detia
ponerlas a nombre de ella.
La seora Rabien neg toda
culpabilidad. Pero luego ocu-
rri algo curioso. Despus de
una visita que le hicieron en su
celda su abogado, un colega de
ste y el doctor M. O. Wood-
ward, del Colegio del Pacifico
en Stockton, Eva cambi de ac-
titud y se declar culpable. Re-
lat cmo conoci a Carroll por
medio de una agencia matrimo- |
nial, y cmo se casaron en Re-
no, agregando que su vida con-
yugal habia sido poco feliz, por
cuanto los familiares de su es-
poso hostilizaban a Albert, el
nio que ella tenia de su pri-
mer matrimonio. Por otra par-
te, Carroll, debido a su sordera,
se mostraba irritable y eran
frecuentes las escenas de vio-
lencia. Varias veces habia ame-
nazado con suicidarse o con ma-
tarla ella o a Albert. Como no
pareca tener valor para suici-
darse, le pidi a su esposa que
DOMINGO, AGOSTO 26, 1951
tricnina; que el veneno le ha- le ayudara a hacerlo o q' lo ma-
tara. La maana del 26 de abril
le repiti esta peticin v ella
finalmente accedi, porque le
era imposible seguir viviendo
con l. Carroll mismo le dl el
dinero para que comprara el
veneno. Y se lo suministr a su
marido en la taza de caf, pero
con pleno conocimiento de l.
Contestando las preguntas de
su defensor. Eva admiti que
tanto su madre como un to y
urt primo habian sido demen-
tes y que ningn miembro do
su familia recibi educacin
alguna. Ella era incapaz de pla-
near un crimen. Todo el plan
fue Ideado por el mismo Ca-
rroll, dijo.
Y sus palabras merecieron
mayor Inters cuando el doctor
Woodward, que era psiquiatra,
declar que el desarrollo men-
tal de Eva era apenas el de un
nj.o de diez aos .
Sin embargo, el fiscal seal
que todas las circunstancias in-
dicaban que el crimen habia si-
do premeditado, con el fin de
hacer efectivas las plizas de
seguro, y que a pesar de la opi-
nion del doctor Woodward, era
lo cierto que la seora Rabien
mostraba la misma capacidad
general que cualquier mujer
normal.
Cuando el jurado fall, decla-
r a Eva culpable del asesinato
de su esposo, siendo condenada
a prisin perpetua, con la reco-
mendacin especial de que nun-
ca fuera Indultada.
La culpa, que tuvo la poco
envidiable distincin de ser la
primera mujer condenada como
envenenadora en el Estado de
diatamente a la prisin feme-
nina de Tehachapl.
Suolmarto PANAMA AMERICA Dommcm
FAGINA XKil8


1 -
Por Mme. GUYON y M. AUGER
TRAJE PARA COMIDAS
(Modelo A)
Los modistos estn mostran-
do muy atractivos trajes cor-
tos para comidas. Sus lineas
son Juveniles y graciosas, y a la
Tez son muy prcticas porque
pueden usarse bajo un abrigo.
Muchos de estos trajes, que
Imitan los grandes modelos de
baile, son de materiales vapo-
rosos, organdi y espumilla. Es-
tos materiales van adornados
con perlas y encajes, que a ve-
ces forman llores.
La silueta de estos trajes es
positivamente nueva: el busto
es muy ajustado, lo mismo que
la cintura. El ancho de la fal-
da comienza en las caderas, no
en el talle.
VARIACIONES
(Modelo B)
En estos das de bolsa limita-
da es bueno saber cmo pueden
hacerse varios vestidos de uno
solo. Los modistos han estado
creando grupos enteros de pie-
zas complementarias que hacen
esto posible. Entre ellas se en-
cuentran boleros cortos, bufan-
das, abrigos, guarniciones, etc.
Muchas de estas piezas tie-
nen el proposito de cubrir el
escote demasiado amplio de un
traje de noche, que puede ser
transformado asi en un traje de
calle. El modelo B muestra el
uso apropiado de una bufanda
para cubrir un escote. Ha sido
diseado por SchiaparellL
SOMBREROS DE TERCIOPELO
(Modelo C)
Para el invierno se anuncian
atractivos sombreros de terclo-
prlo negro. Este material lo
estn utilizando los modistos
tambin para trajes y abrigos.
Los sombrereros lo prefieren
para los tipos bicornes.
Ademas, el terciopelo est
siendo usado para collares, la-
zos y otros adornos. En estos
casos la tela es enriquecida con
bordados de oro y piedras de
color.
ARTCULOS DE PIEL DE
LAGARTO
(Modelo D)
Durante varias temporadas
la piel de lagarto ha sido eclip-
sada por la de cocodrilo, pero
ahora ha recobrado su popula-
ridad. Los artculos que se ha-
cen de ello son generalmente
de tonos vivos: verde, rojo, pr-
pura y amarillo, y hacen juego
con el calzado, las fajas y las
carteras. Este material es ideal
para conjunte* deportivos. Al-
gunos modistos lo estn usando
TRAJE DE DOS PIEZAS
(Modelo E)
Bajo un abrigo pesado, nada
es tan prctico como un vesti-
do de dos piezas de liviana fra-
nela gris. Si la falda es estre-
cha, la parte superior del ves-
tido muestra variacin. El mo-
delo E muestra las nuevas li-
neas: largas faldas ragln .au-
sencia de cuello, muchos plie-
gues verticales sobre el busto y
la cintura, que luego se am-
plan y forman bolsas.
ABRIGO DE TRES CUARTOS
(Modelo P)
Las parisienses tienen dema-
siado apego a los abrigos de
tres cuartos para llegar a des-
cartarlos. Por lo tant.o y como
de costumbre, se ofrecen nuevos
modelos. Ahora son ms largos
v tienden a favorecer los mate-
riales plegados y los tafetanes
acolchonados. Los hombros van
cubiertos con una solapa inver-
tida.
DESCRIPCIN DE LOS
MODELOS
A> Traje de comida, por Mar-
cel Rochas, de muselina de se-
do blanca todo adornado con
rosas de encaje Irlands.
B) Traje funda de satn ne-
gro de hombros desnudos, que
puede usarse para ocasiones
menos formales con la adicin
de una bufanda de muselina
blanca, con puntos negros, la
cual se pone sobre los hombros
formando un bolero y cayendo
graciosamente a un lado..
C) Sombrero bicorne, de ter-
ciopelo negro, con el cual so
usan adornos para las orejas y
el cuello del mismo material.
D) Cartera y clnturn de dot
bolsas, de brillante piel de la-
garto. A la derecha, guantes a
domados con un borde de este
material.
B) Traje de franela gris do
dos piezas, que muestra las ms
recientes lineas. Ntese la alar-
gada linea de la cintura y la
forma tpica de los lados. Este
modelo es Igualmente atractivo
en sedas livianas, con mangas
cortas.
P) Abrigo de tafetn, que
muestra el ltimo estilo. La
hebilla de la faja es de ncar.
LO QUE HEMOS VISTO EN
PARIS ESTA SEMANA
Guantes de piel de Suecia -
zul plido, con puos de encaje
Chantilly y azahares bordados.
Para la piscina: lmparas di-
minutas en una faja, creacin
de Hermes.
Para la hora del cocktail, una
pequea toca de satn blanco
que lleva bordadas cinco rosas
blancas del mismo material.
'52***
FAGINA CUATRO.
SuptcMuto PANAMA AMERICA
DOMINGO, AGOSTO 26, 1961


1
La Muerte En El Estudio No. 3
El popular locator y periodista, Germn Pinelii, del circuito CMQ y CMQ-TV, presto a iniciar
su labor tan pronto Ucease a la Necrpolis el cortejo fnebre. Esta es la primera ves que un
entierro es televisado.
'. (VIENE DE LA PAG. 5)
ploradora con reseccin del seg-
mento intestinal que contena las
ocho perforaciones y que media
aproximadamente un metro. Se
hizo exterlorizacin del colon
transverso en el segmento perfo-
rado.
El estado del enfermo, sena-
-, tor Eduardo R. Chibas, es grave.
Intervinieron en la operacin:
cirujano, doctor Antonio Rodr-
guez Diaz: auxiliares, doctores
Anido ngel oiral c. Nobo y Gu-
tierre*:; neuro-clrujano. doctor
Alonso Collar: anestesistas, doc-
tores Fernndez Rebull y Amoe-
do: transfusionlstas. doctores A-
- nido y Cruz. Adems, asistieron a
la operacin los doctores Jos
Chlala Aguilera. Jos Bisb Al-
bernl y Pedro Iglesias Betan-
ctirt.
Fu una suerte hallar al Dr.
'Rodriguez Diaz, recin regresado
- del club de Cazadores aquel do-
I mingo, pues el clebre cirujano
conoca Derfectamente al herido
por haberlo operado anterior-
mente. Desde aauel Instante, el
pblico tuvo nocin ms precisa
del gravsimo estado de Chibas y
de los estragos que haba hecho
en su organismo el proyectil. Los
ms entendidos avizoraban nue-
vas implicaciones posibles.
Nadie como Chibes ha sabido
avizorar a plenitud el destino
histrico de Cuba, al que se o-
pone la conjura impdica de un
gobierno vil y corrompido y una
pseudo oposicin ayuna de vir-
tudes y desnuda de grandezas.
Para herir mortalmente el escep-
ticismo fomentado por la inmo-
ralidad dominante, para sacudir
conmocionalmente el alma po-
pular, despertando la conciencia
cubana aletargada por apoeta-
sas y frustraciones, el gran lder
intent arrancarse la vida de un
balazo en gesto transido de he-
roica idealidad.
Apoyamos todas .y cada una
de sus inculpaciones *a los gran-
des responsables del rgimen y
ratificamos plenamente sus lti-
mas acusaciones, cargadas de
verdad esencial.
Chibas ha demostrado no ser
un vulgar aspirante a la presi-
dencia de la Repblica, sipo el a-
banderado de un magno empeo
de adecentamiento. Ojal que "er
ltimo aldabonazo" logre la de-
bida resonancia y que el pueblo
capte en toda su grandeza el
mensaje moral de este hombre
superior.
Por razones de discrecin po-
ltica, aparecan firmando la se-
gunda los mismos que haban
credo ms pertinente la tmida
declaracin primera.
Esto suceda el lunes 6. cuan-
do las repercusiones del trgico
acontecimiento 'hacan palpitar
la prensa, aunque reflejaban In-
suficientemente la enorme in-
quietud popular.
En el Centro Mdico Quirrgi-
co en donde Chibas se debata
entre la vida y la muerte se
mantena tensa la asistencia po-
pular. No pocos pasaban las ho-
ras ante el edificio, como si su
devocin y su generoso nimo
fueran eficaces' aportaciones al
esfuerzo que hacia la ciencia pa-
ra salvar al jefe ortodoxo.
Los ltimos que hablaron con
Chibas antes de su intento de
suicidio coincidan sobre su se-
renidad de nimo. No hubo, in-
dudablemente, abatimiento ni
melancola en su actitud durante
las horas del domingo, hasta que
esgrimiera la pistola. Igual ent-
rela mostraba despus de haber
sido operado, en los contados mo-
mentos que emerga de la incons-
ciencia.
El mismo lunes, el doctor Ro-
drguez Daz entr por un mo-
mento en la habitacin 321. Re-
cordando, al parecer, la anterior
intervencin quirrgica que le
practicara, Chibas murmuro:
Doctor, de la otra pude sal-
varme, pero de sta si que no me
escapo.
Vamos a ver. chico: t quie-
res fastidiarte, o no?
A la verdad, doctor, yo lo
quera ayer, pero ahora quisiera
vivir...
Entonces aydate, porque de
t depende mucho lo que yo pue-
da hacer por tu salud.
Pero aun los mdicos seguan
preocupados por la gravedad del
dirigente ortodoxo, quien no ha -
bia rebasado el lmite de tiempo
clsico en estos casos.
Ese mismo da, su compaero
Luis Orlando Rodrguez sall de
la habitacin 319, donde hubo de
ser recluido la noche anterior,
hacia la de Chibas. Este abri los
ojos y sonri vagamente, tendin-
dole, la mano. LOR se la estre-
ch, al punto que le deca:
'Eddy", esta batalla, tene-
mos que ganarla!
La ganaremos, repuso el he-
rido, como si la exhortacin de
su mdico de cabecera le hubiera
reconciliado con la vida.
La Mujer Moderna debe
mantenerse delgada
Nadie puede reprochar al
hombre que Juzgue a la mujer
por su aspecto exterior. Es algo
tan natural v humano en to-
das las esferas sociales, que po-
cos escapan a esa tendencia.
- La mujer fsicamente mal con-
formada o -demasiado fuerte por
exceso muscular o adiposo, le
impresionar horriblemente. Su
gusto se inclina por ios cuerpos
grciles, por las figuras arm-
nicas y las formas proporciona-
das que corresponden al Ideal
femenino de las generaciones
contemporneas.
' Pero no-es solamente por va-
nidad que la mujer de noy lu-
cha por mantener su lnea. A-
parte de la belleza que para da
significa un cuerpo esbelto, hu-
ye de la gordura por comodi-
dad tambin. La vida tan din-
mica de este siglo no admite
cuerpos pesados y torpes. Exige
una ligereza casi alada en to-
da reposada y ociosa se suman
dos los movimientos femeninos;
ese es el secreto de la prolon-
gada Juventud de la mujer mo-
derna. Guerra, pues, a la grasa
destructora de la bella geome-
tra femenina!
La moda se ha pronunciado
por el tipo de mujer sportiva y
nada est ms distante de ese
modelo que el cuerpo entorpe-
cido por una acumulacin local
o general de tejido adiposo.
La belleza femenina Integral,
resplandeciente, reclama un po-
co de sacrificio. La pereza es ca-
mino que conduce fatalmente a
la gordura, y la grasa es un in-
vasor pertinaz cuando se quie-
re desalojarla. Terca y tenaz en
conservar sus posiciones, resis-
te a todos los asedios. Vale ms
impedirle todo Intento de pene-
tracin y saber rechazarla a
tiempo.
El primer mandamiento de
la ley esttica temenina es: no
omer demasiado. Si a una vi-
las comodidades del aulo auc
impide caminar, y a tanta In-
movilidad se aade ia Inges-
tin de manjares suculentos, la
grasa no tarda en llevir. Su
mejor aliada es precisamente
la glotonera. A vece.? es su-
ficiente con ser golosa. Los dul-
ces, pasteles, bombones y golo-
sinas engordan tanto como las
comidas sustanciosas, cuando
se abusa de ellas.
En ningn caso puede a-
plicarse mejor el conocido a-
xioma de "querer es poder' co-
mo en estos asuntos de gor-
dura y delgadez femeninas
Cualquier mujer que se lo pro-
ponga firmemente puede ser es-
belta, gil, de aspecto at ray en-
te y lucir el cuerpo armonioso
de moda, ostentado por las mu-
jercitas sportivas. Un solo fac-
tor es indispensable: voluntad.
Las mujeres tenemos tenden-
cia a comer demasiado. Es un
dato que deben tener en consi-
deracin las chicas del presen-
te. T como todo es hbito en
la vida, resulta que esta cos-
tumbre de comer en abundan-
cia se convierte luego en nece-
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QANGAS a granel conseguir si compra en la gran Venta Espe-
^ clal de Antonio's-Innovacin. Mercanca de magnifica cali
dad a precios asombrosos. Para seoras, para caballeros, para
nios: blanquera, alfombras, utensilios de cocina y miles de ar-
tculos ms. imposibles de enumerar. Compre temprano antes
de que

TODOis los hombres estn de
1 enhorabuena! El Corte In-
gls comenzar el sbado lo. de
Septiembre un gran aconteci-
miento: su gran Baratillo A-
nual! Este popular almacn
para hombre ofrecer un gran
surtido de Vestidos de corte y a-
cabado perfecto. Ropa sport
confortable y durable, dinner
Jackets y accesqrlos para vestir
de noche. Todo esto a precios
irrisorios! Est alerta a este
gran acontecimiento en El Cor-
te Ingls!
sidad.
Como consecuencia lgica, las
mujerse ms voraces son las gor-
das. Sufren continuamente de
hambre y comen sin saciarse.
Pero si hicieran un pequeo es-
fuerzo para vencerse veran que
su hambre es pura ilusin. El
tejido adiposo que guardan co-
mo una reserva en su organismo
les permite ayunar por varios
das y, con mayor razn, las au-
toriza a restringir en gran pro-
porcin su alimento habitual.
A las chicas comilonas acon-
sejo una simple estratagema pa-
ra engaar su hambre devora-
dora o, por lo menos, hacerla
menos violenta: cada vez que
sientan deseos de comer, fuera
de las horas establecidas, beban
un vaso de agua con unas go-
tas de limn o Jugo de naranja.
Con ello se aolaca el urgente
llamado del estmago mal edu-
cado y se le obliga a esperar.
Se entiende que no debe pe-
carse por exceso opuesto. El ali-
mento racional no puede esca-
timarse al cuerpo, cuya prime-
ra condicin de belleza es la nu-
tricin perfecta de todos sus te-
fidos. Ni miseria ni derroche en
la racin alimenticia: su justo
medio es lo ms razonable y ha
de establecerse de acuerdo con
las necesidades orgnicas Indi-
viduales.
. Lo que se combate es la sobre-
alimentacin no Justificada por
enfermedad.
Dejarse tiranizar por los ins-
tintos y comer sin medida es un
vicio deplorable que han de
combatir las chicas deseosas de
lucir una bella silueta, an cuan
do tal cosa requiera un sacri-'
ficlo aparente.
SEORA! Aqu tiene su gran
oportunidad! No puede de-
jar de verla! Madurito ofrece
un 20 por ciento de descuento
en Ropa Interior de Nylon: Ca-
misones, Pet icoles, panties.
Compre esta lencera preciosa a
unos precios muy econmicos y
ver qu dichosa se sentir!
FELIX MADURO la .uvita a que
vea los nuevos vestidos a-
cabados de desempacar; es se-
guro de que comprar ms de
uno al ver tanta lindura! Des-
de trajes para el diario hasta
fascinadores vestidos de noche,
de estilos soadores y al mara-
villoso precio de B.10.95!
LOS sueos se realizan! Quiere
cambiar el aspecto de su
casa? Nada ms fcil: La Mue-
blera Europea le ofrece un 20
por ciento de descuento espe-
cial en todos sus muebles de
caoba hechos en Panam que
le ayudar a realizar su sue-
o. Su casa parecer nueva
con un juego o algunas piezas
nuevas, hacindole sentir esa
alegra y satisfaccin de tener
un hogar acogedor! Muy fcil
tambin, puede comprar con
facilidades de pago o por medio
del Club.
El Corte Ingles
Anuncia para el
lo. DE SEPTIEMBRE
EL ACONTECIMIENTO DEL AO
Est Alerta!

DOMINGO, AGOSTO 26, 1951
PANAMA AMERICA
Viv./} VM:M Kt,\i DIUM

PAGINA C1NCQ



: -Dirigen armando JJaz \AJona u Jieonel /trqiion :
Sobre la enseanza de la Geografa,
de la Historia y de la Cvica
Espacio Tiempo
En virtud de reformas im-
plantadas en los planes de es-
tudios oficiales de la Repbli-
en 1946. las materias o asig-
naturas de Geografa, Historia
y Cvica quedaron fundidas en
un conglomerado, ms o me-
nos concreto y preciso, deno-
minado "Estudios Sociales", que
permanece vigente. Mantene-
moa el criterio de que dichas
materias deben estudiarse y fi-
gurar en los planes de estu-
dios oficiales en forma inde-
pendiente cada una y no en-
globadas ni fundidas en ese
conglomerado de los llamado.-,
"Estudios Sociales". *
lo. Precepto Constitucional
El articulo 81 de la Constitu-
cin de Panam de 1946, vi-
gente, establece que "es obliga-
torio para las escuelas privadas
incluir en su programa secun-
darios la enseanza de la geo-
grafa y de ia historia patria y
de la educacin cvica". En el
Diarlo de Sesiones de la Asam-
blea Nacional, nmeros 67 v 70.
correspondiente a las sesiones
del 18 y 19 de diciembre de
1945, discutieron los Honora-
bles Diputados Constituyentes
sobre la enseanza de la Geo-
grafa v de la Historia de Pa-
nam y la necesidad de inten-
sificar y cuidar de su estudio.
..in aludir ni mencionar a los
llamados "Estudios Sociales".
2o. De Poltica Interamerica-
na c Hispanoamericana. La
uesaparicin en los planes de
estudios oficiales en la ense-
anza de la Geografa y de la
Historia, con tales denomina-
ciones y en forma indepen-
diente, contradice las reco-
mendaciones que reiteradamen-
te viene haciendo el Instituto
Panamericano de Geografa e
Historia, organismo especlall-
rado de la Organizacin de Es-
tados Americanos .en el sentido
tie intensificar entre sus miem-
bros la enseanza de la Geo-
grafa v de la Historia, espe-
cialmente la de Amrica. Asi
consta en las Actas de la IV
Asamblea General del Institu-
to, firmada en Caracas en
1946: en la de la I Reunin
de Consulta sobre Historia,
firmada en Mxico en 1947;
en la de la I Reunin de Con-
sulta sobre Geografa, firma-
da en Rio de Janeiro, en 1949
y en la de la V Asamblea Ge-
neral del mismo Instituto fir-
mada en Santiago de Chile, en
1950. En esta ltima figuran
los siguientes acuerdos:
De la Comisin de Historia:
Resolucin nmero XV. "Ense-
anza de la Historia. Que la
Mesa ejecutiva de la Comisin
de Historia contine los traba-
jos emprendidos acerca de la
enseanza de la Historia, ten-
diendo a que los Estados Ame-
ricanos vigoricen en sus pro-
gramas de estudio la ensean-
za de la Historia de Amrica".
(1950).
De la Comisin de Geografa:
Resolucin nmero 116: "Que
recomienda a las autoridades
educacionales de los pases
miembros, cuando las circuns-
tancias lo aconsejen, la ense-
anza independente de la Geo-
grafa". (1950).
La denominacin "Estudios
Sociales" carece de base en la
poltica docente continental a-
mericana. El Diario de la I Reu-
nin de Ministros y Directores
de Educacin de las Americas,
celebrada en Panam en sep-
tiembre de 1943. contiene nu-
merosas discusiones v acuerdos
referentes a la necesidad de in-
tensificar la enseanza de la
Geografa y de ia Historia y
especialmente de Amrica, y de
proceder a la revisin de libros
de texto de Geografa e Histo-
ria de Amrica, cuestin impor-
tantsima de que vienen ocu-
pndose las Conferencias Pan-
americanas desde 1924. En nin-
guna de tales deliberaciones v
resoluciones se mencionan los
llamados "Estudios Sociales" .
Tambin se han ocupado del
problema de la enseanza de la
Geografa y de la Historia, con
tales denominaciones, los Con-
gresos Hispanoamericanos de
Historia y Geografa celebrados
en los aos 1914, 1921 y 1949, en
idntico sentido de las resolu-
ciones del Instituto Panameri-
canos de Geografa e Historia.
3o. La denominacin "Estudios
Sociales" carece de base y tra-
dicin cientfica. Estudiadas
atentamente las clasificaciones
cientficas de Aristteles. Ba-
con, Amere, D'Alambert. Lahr.
Comte. Spencer, Wundt. Rl-
ckert, Bain. Abel Rey. Challaye.
Pearson, Dilthey v Russel, en
ninguna aparece la denomina-
cin de "Estudios Sociales" co-
mo grupos de ciencias que com-
prendan a ia Geografa, la His-
toria, la Economa, etc., etc.
Esos esfuerzos de ordenacin y
clasificacin del pensamiento
cientfico no contienen, ningu-
no de ellos, la aludida denomi-
nacin de "Estudios Sociales".
La Geografa y la Historia, con
denominaciones y personalidad
propias, datan de hace ms. de
veinte y cuatro siglos y han
resistido el trnsito a travs de
todas las grandes culturas his-
tricas desde la helnica que
las engendr.
Revisados tambin atenta-
mente los planes de estudios vi-
gentes (antes de la ltima gue-
rra) en Inglaterra. Francia. A-
lemania, Blgica. Italia, Aus-
tria. Espaa v la U. R. S. S. re-
sulta que en ninguno de ellos
se engloba a la Geografa, la
Historia y la Cvica en el con-
glomerado llamado "Estudios
Sociales. El nombre, personali-
dad e Independencia de tales
materias se mantiene siempre.
Es conocida la gnesis del
movimiento de los llamados
"Estudios Sociales", iniciado
por un grupo de pedagogos de
los Estados Unidos de Amrica
desde donde, en fecha reciente,
pasa a algunas Repblicas la-
tinoamericanas.
4o. La Universidad de Panam
forma ya Profesores de Estu-
dios Sociales.En 1946. la Fa-
cultad de Filosofa, Letras y E-
ducacln de la Universidad de
Panam acord por mayora de
votos (salvado el nuestro en
contra) establecer un plan de
citado. Esta enseanza debe in-
tensificarse en todos los gra-
dos, pero de modo muy espe-
cial en la formacin del Magis-
terio Primarlo, es decir, en los
ulanos de estudios de la Escuela
Normal Juan Demstenes Aro-
semena. Creemos conocer algo
sobre el defectuoso estado de
conocimiento geogrfico e his-
trico de Panam: y nos pre-
guntamos: Qu ser del estado
de la enseanza de tal conoci-
miento? Los errores geogrficos
e histrico, quirase o no, son
Gravsimos por' cuanto que.
transmitido a travs de la en-
seanza media, so convierten
luego en ideasfuerza de la
masa culta y en ideasfuerza
de sus dirigentes y con ellas se
acta. Baste, como un ejemplo
fragante, la creencia de que
participan casi todos los pana-
meos de la excepcional posi-
cin geogrfica del Istmo, pun-
to nunca analizado cientfica-
mente v que, si no erramos, ha
venido influyendo de modo a-
brumador en la poltica nacio-
nal. Olvidndose, sin embar-
go, los prudentes asertos del
Dr. Justo Arosemena. quen ya
afirm sabiamente el concepto
del relativismo histrico de las
posiciones geogrficas al afir-
mar que ella, la posicin no iba
a dar por si la abundancia sino
que sta derivara del esfuerzo
v trabajo por dominar y hacer
fructificar a la tierra paname-
a.
La enseanza de la Geogra-
fa, la de la Historia, constitu-
yen problemas trascendentales
para el porvenir de la humani-
dad. La Sociedad de las Nacio-
nes convoc a una reunin de
especialistas, en 1932. para tra-
tar de la gravedad que implica
la enseanza de la Historia. Re-
cientemente (agosto de 1950) la
UNESCO acaba de celebrar un
seminario (Montreal) para exa-
minar los problemas que invo-
lucra la enseanza de la Geo-
grafa con vistas a la concep-
cin de mundo, de interdepen-
dencia, pacifica armona y bue-
na comprensin. He aqu una
afirmacin del seor Jaime
Torres Bodet: "Para formar el
espiritu de los futuros del mun-
do, conviene inculcar en los
ivenes un espiritu geogrfico
lcido e imparcial, hacindoles
concebir claramente cul es la
interdependencia de las activi-
dades humanas sobre la tierra
T mostrndoles en su justa
perspectiva los estilos de la vida
y las aspiraciones originales de
Por Leonel Ferquson
Estudios Sociales, para formar cada pueblo. La Geografa puede
profesores de segunda ense- ser uno de loa instrumentos
nanza. Este plan se implant
mejores para la comprensin de
la solidaridad Internacional",
i Carta del director de la U-
NESCO a la V Asamblea Gene-
ral del Instituto Panamericano
de Geografa e Historia. Santia-
go. 1950).
en los Cursos Diurnos de 1946-
1949. Con posterioridad, en di-
ciembre de 1949. la misma jun-
ta de dicha facultad resolvi
en Geografa e Historia, y Filo-
suspender el Plan (y nunca in-
terrumpidos) para formar pro-
fesores de segunda enseanza
sofa e Historia, nicamente.
5o. La implantat ion de los Es-
tudios Sociales tuvo el carc-
ter de medida experimental.. pena recordar que su implanta
En este sentido no se han se- clon como medida experi-
guido las normas metodolgicas mental no obedeci a una
que presupone todo experimen-' necesidad clamorosamente re-
to. Los resultados obtenidos no clamada. Tenemos, en cambio.
Mereciera la pena aclarar la
situacin actual de cmo se a-
plica el plan de los estudios so-
ciales, cmo merece tambin la
permiten una calificacin favo-
rable que pudiera justificar la
continuacin del experimento^
Una apreciacin general de la
situacin presente evidencia
marcada confusin con respec-
to a los planes de estudios de
los llamados Estudios Sociales.
Nos permitimos asegurar que en
este asunto se procedi con pre-
cipitacin.
6o. El estudio de la Geografa
y de la Historia de Panam dele
intensificarse en todos lea era-
dos de la enseanza.___Responde
esta apremiante necesidad el
espiritu y el precepto constitu-
cional, vigente, anteriormente
a la vista la noticia de un plie-
go de aspiraciones mnimas
presentado por una delegacin
de Estudiantes de la Escuela
Normal de Santiago al seor
Ministro de Educacin el 22 de
Mayo, en el cual se hace no-
tar: "la necesidad de proceder
a la reforma de los planes de
enseanzas, Intensificando lo
relativo a la historia y la geo-
grafa patria, con textos pana-
meos".
Por todo lo anteriormente ex-
puesto nos permitimos expre-
sar al seor Ministro de Educa-
cin:
lo. En laa reformas- de los I
La Direccin de esta pgina
apunta con toda satisfaccin el
nombramiento de Director de
Enseanza Secundarla recado
en la persona del conocido y
bien estimado profesor de His-
toria Moderna, seor Gerardo
Crdoba, quien ya ha tomado
posesin de su alto cargo en el
cual nos asegura ha empezado
ya a laborar con tesn para a-
portar su esfuerzo en pro de la
superacin de la educacin na-
cional. Y nosotros seguros esta-
mos de que ha de lograrlo, de-
bido a las cualidades del nuevo
Director de Enseanza Secun-
daria.
pases de enseanza, que han
sido anunciadas, se debe eli-
minar el conglomerado de ma-
terias denominado "Estudios
Sociales" que. como medida ex-
perimental, se implant en 1946.
2o. En los nuevos planes de
estudios oficiales que se elabo-
ren se debe mantener la ense-
anza de la Geografa, de la
Historia y de la Educacin Cvi-
ca con tales denominaciones y
como materias Independientes,
sin que esta separacin e inde-
pendencia sea, en modo alguno,
obstculo para una inteligente
coordinacin de tales discipli-
nas en el desarrollo de sus res-
pectivos programas.
3o. La enseanza de la Geo-
grafa y de la Historia de Pa-
nam debe intensificarse en to-
dos los grados de la ensean-
za.
Panam, 9 de junio de 1951.
Csar A. de Len, Profesor de
Historia de Amrica. Universi-
dad de Panamngel Rabio.
Profesor de Geografa. Univer-
sidad de Panam.Carlos M.
Gasteoiaro, Profesor de Histo-
ria de Panam. Universidad de
Panam.
Repblica de Panam.Minis-
terio de Educacin.Panam,
2 de Julio de 1951.
Seores Osear A. de Len. An-
gel Rublo y Carlos Gasteozo-
ro.
Ciudad.
Estimados seores:
Me refiero a las Interesantes
recomendaciones ofrecidas por
ustedes sobre la enseanza de
los llamados Estudios Sociales,
tal como fue implantado desde
1946 en nuestras Escuelas P-
blicas.
Solicito de ustedes, por lo
tanto, y en virtud de la calidad
temporal de la medida, acep-
ten ustedes asesorarnos a fin
de que se corrijan aquellos e-
rrorea que puedan llegar a des-
truir los propsitos que persi-
guen la enseanza de la Geo-
grafa y de la Historia y de la
Educacin Cvica en nuestro
sistema educativo.
De ustedes muy atentamen-
te.
Ricarda J. Rerradez,
Ministro de Educacin.
"EN TORNO A LA BAS
Las notas que a continua-
cin presentamos son un
resumen del trabajo del
profesor Antonio Pages
Larraya, publicado en la
edicin No. 6 de abril-
Junio de 1946 de "Univer-
sidad", publicacin de la
Universidad Nacional del
Litoral, Santa F. Argen-
tina, con el titulo de "La
Bastilla en 1789".
oOo
No falta un 14 de julio para
que las revistas y peridicos pu-
bliquen artculos relacionados
con la fortaleza francesa deno-
minada "La Bastilla", castillo
famoso por el papel que le to-
c representar en la historia de
Francia. Pero lo cierto es que
los historiadores han desfigura-
do bastante la verdad en torno
a La Bastilla, la han rodeado
de leyendas y cuentos miste-
riosos.
El origen etimolgico del
nombre de la fortaleza Viene del
celta "bast", que significa "fuer-
te" o "castillo". Durante unos
dos siglos sirvi como una clu-
dadela militar y fu construida
en su mayor parte por medio
de una contribucin del pueblo.
Fue el Cardenal Richelieu quien
hizo de La Bastilla una prisin
real. Dos das despus que el
pueblo comenzara a destruir la
fortaleza, el 18 de Julio de 1789.
la Asamblea acord que La Bas-
tilla fuese demolida.
Durante esa poca existan
los llamados "lettres de cachet",
especie de rdenes de detencin
que constituan el nico medio
de que dispona el rey para ha-
cer cumplir su voluntad. Casi
siempre se usaban para dete-
ner a una mala hija, a perso-
nas dedicadas al libertinaje, a
los perturbadores de la tran-
quilidad conyugal, a los adl-
teros etc. Nunca hubo protestas
contra dichas rdenes de pri-
sin y slo se sintieron criticas
contra ella a finales del "An-
tiguo Rgimen" debido al na-
cimiento de las nuevas ideas y
costumbres contemporneas.
En La Bastilla podan vivir
hasta 42 detenidos alojados en
celdas individuales, pero bajo el
reinado de Luis XIV ei nmero
de prisioneros lleg a 2228, es
decir, unas 40 detenciones por
ao. El nmero de presos au-
ment en tiempos de Luis XV
a 2567, unas 43 detenciones a-
nuales y se redujo considerable-
mente 289 durante la poca
de Luis XVI, unos 19 presos por
ao, muchos de los cuales es-
tuvieron en la prisin por muy
poco tiempo.
El clebre castillo francs sir-
vi de prisin a personajes im-
portantsimos en la historia del
pensamiento universal, tales co-
mo el Incgnito prisionero tra-
do por Saint-Mars de la Isla de
Santa Margarita en 1697 y fa-
llecido en 1703. el hombre de la
mscara de hierro. Otros fueron
La Beaumeile. Linguet. Mar-
monl!. Marellet, Voltaire. Lin-
guet public unas memorias so-
bre La Bastilla en Londres en
el ao de 1783.
En cuanto a Voltaire, su de-
tencin le sirvi de propaganda
para su carrera literaria. Llev
en la prisin una verdadera vi-
da de hotel gratis, con sirvien-
tes pagados por el rey. comida
servida en la mesa del gober-
nador de la prisin, con dere-
cho a visitas de parientes y a-
migos, a ms de que se le pro*
porcionaban papel, libros, plu-
mas, etc.
La verdad es que el 14 de
Julio de 1789 slo se encontra-
ban en La Bastilla 4 detenidos
por estafa. 2 locos y 1 dete-
nido por solicitud paterna.
Eii cuanto a la organizacin,
el rgimen interno ofreca casos
.curiosos: cuando un prisionero
careca de medios para mante-
nerse, el rev le otorgaba el di-
nero necesario para vivir y ha-
cia finales del Antiguo Rgimen
se haba convertido en "una
(Pasa a la Pgina 7 Columna 1)
PAGINA SEIS

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DOMINGO, AGOSTO 26, 1951


NOTICIERO
Cuarto Centenario be la
Universidad de Mrx.ca
Con moCivo de la celebracin
del cuarto centenario de la U-
nlversiaad de Mexico, lunaada
por Real Ceaula ae la Corona
de Espaa, tendrn lugar en la
capital federal varios actos con-
memorativos, a loa que han si-
do lnvicaoas ueo.a.._^s uerso-
nalidades .laiiuu*unti._iias.
Dichos actos comprendern:
la Primera Asamoiea del Con-
sejo Cultural Panamericano de
la Organizacin de Estados A-
mericanos, la Primera Asamblea
Extraordinaria de la Unin de
Universidades Latinoamericanas,
el Primer Congreso Continental
de Estudios Anatmicos. Duran-
te el mes de septiembre se e-
ecluar tambin una serie de
conciertos sintnicos, de estl-
vales folklricos, de exposicio-
nes retrospectivas de arle me-
xicano, de excursiones a los lu-
gares de inters arqueolgico,
etc.
Donativo Rockefeller para el
Instituto Internacional
de Educacin
El Instituto Internacional de
Educacin, cuya finalidad es fo-
mentar el intercambio estudian-
til entre los Estados Unidos y
los pases extranjeros, acaba de
recibir de la Nueva Fundacin
Rockefeller un donativo de 50.-
000 dlares, destinado al finan-
ciamiento de su programa.
Tras de haber recordado que
las actividades del Instituto han
aumentado notablemente du-
rante los ltimos aos. Mr. Ken-
neth Holland, Director del Ins-
tituto ,ha subrayado, al hacer
pblica la noticia del donativo,
que eradas al mismo podrn
trasladarse a los Estados Uni-
dos, en el otoo prximo, 2.000
estudiantes de todas las nacio-
nalidades.
IMPIEO DE IMPORTANCIA.-.!'i primer hombre que ha tra-
bajado dentro de un motor a retropropulsin. Ese es Harold
nirk. ndakkm. de 31 anos de edad y quien mide slo 47 pulgadas.
," "if* consiste en meterse en el motor, para hacer ciertos ajus-
tes, otro mecnico tendra qae desarmar todo el motor para
hacerlos. r
ESPACIO-TIEMPO
prisin para gente distinguida".
Los calabozos comenzaron a
cerrarse en tiempos de Necker
y en las torres que se compo-
nan de 2 o 3 pisos, con cma-
ras altas v aireadas, vivan la
mayora de los detenidos. En el
piso superior se hallaban los
casquetes, sitios de castigos, y
en el subterrneo se enterraban
los cadveres de los o catli-
cos y de los suicidas. Parece ser
aue el hallazgo de osamentas,
cuando el asalto a la fortaleza.
- ha dado lugar a la creacin de
historias tremebundas v horri-
bles.
El men para los detenidos
se compona de cinco platos pa-
ra el almuerzo y 3 para la ce-
na, adems de una libra de pan
y una botella de vino para ca-
da preso. Las entrevistas se ha-
can ante testigos y los oficia-
les visitaban a los presos v par-
ticipaban de sus comidas, asi
como tambin jugaban en el
patio juegos de bochas y bolos.
La administracin estaba a
cargo de un gobernador, un lu-
garteniente, un archivero al-
rededor de 1788 un incendio
destruy los archivos de La Bas-
tilla, un contador, un ayu-
dante mayor, un mdico, un ci-
rujano, un confesor v un ca-
pelln.
Pages Larraya presenta al fi-
nal de su obra una extensa bi-
bliografa y demuestra que la
prisin no fu el lugar de un
martirio e injusticia que la tra-
dicin ha forjado. Fu una cr-
cel del pensamiento porque al-
gunos hombres representativos
de las nuevas ideas fueron de-
tenidos all. Lo que si puede
criticarse es el procedimiento
usado para encarcelar.
La primera Universidad en la
Amrica del Norte
Mxico 21 de Septiembre de 1551
Por JOS de BENITO
La ancdota es vieja. Corra
el primer tercio del siglo AVI.
En la ciudad de Mexico, que
pocos anos antes haba sido la
i'enoxtltlan, capital del Imperio
azteca, un muchacho Indio mi-
raba complacido cmo taa su
rabel un msico espaol recien
llegado en busca de fortuna a
las tierras de la Nueva Espaa.
Al ver el nteres con que el in-
dlto segua sus manos ages,
que arrancaban bellos sonidos
al instrumento, le oirecio en-
searle la manera de hacerlo.
Tres cuas seguidos acudi el ni-
o a tomar su leccin de m-
sica. Despus, dejo de verle, y
cuando transcurrido algn tiem-
po volvi a encontrrselo, el es-
paol comprob con sorpresa
que el muchacho estaba ven-
diendo rabeles, fabricados por
el. exactamente iguales al que
le haba servido para tomar
las tres nicas lecciones.
oue se enseaba "divertida de
letras, a cantar y a taer di-
versos gneros de instrumentos",
y muv poco despus, en 1525, la
escuela de San Francisco, con
dos secciones, una de instruc-
cin primaria y otra de Artes
Oficios, destinada tambin
eado con menos de treinta aos
.i Meneo, se apresto desde su
llegada a conocer a fondo iat>
lenguas indgenas, y conversan-
do directamente con los indios,
pidienaoles que le dibujaran con
jeroglficos la historia de sus
pueblos y trasponindola el des-
pus al nhuatl, escribi, sin
ayuda de nadie, y a veces en
contra de los deseos de sus su-
periores, el mas extraordinario
monumento histrico que an
hoy sigue siendo de provechos-
sima* consulta para quienes de-
seen entrar en al vida de les
menlos autctonos del conti-
nente americano.
No bastaba a las necesidade.-
de la colonia el esfuerzo de a-
quelia sola institucin, y, segn
el historiador Oarca leazbal-
ceta. a Instancias de la ciudad
de Mexico, que peaia que se
fundase en ella una Universi-
dad de todas las ciencias, don-
de los i naturales y los hijos de
los espaoles fuesen industria-
dos en las cosas de nuestra san-
ta fe catlica y en las dems
facultades, el Virrey don Anto-
nio de Mendoza designo maes-
tros para aleccionar en las
ciencias ms estimadas de en-
tonces, animndolos con la es-
peranza de que se haba de
crear una Universidad con to-
das sus ctedras y cediendo,
oara principios de la fundacin,
estancias de ganado que eran
de su propiedad particular.
Los esluerzos del Virrey Men-
doza no fueron baldios, y el
Emperador Carlos V, por su
Real Cdula de 21 de septiem-
bre de 1551. daba las Consti-
tuciones a la nueva Universidad
de Mxico, sobre el modelo de
las vicias Constituciones Sal-
mantinas.
Las tres autoridades ms im-
portantes del organismo univer-
sitario eran el Rector, el Maes-
trescuela y el Bedel, correspon-
diendo al primero los ms am-
plios poderes, prerrogativas y
nonores; era el juez supremo
dentro de la Universidad para
conocer y Juzgar los delitos v
(altas cometidos dentro de su
mbito, pudiendo incluso de-
signar un Alguacil de Corte. A-
sistido por el Decano, visitaba
las clases para inspeccionar la
enseanza, y poda amonestar
a los maestros y a los alumnos
que no cumpliesen diligente-
mente con sus deberes.
El Maestrescuela era el fun-
cionario encargado de otorgar
los grados acadmicos y de ve-
lar por la rectitud moral de
todos los miembros de la Casa
Universitaria
Nosuos, los abajo m..antes,
estudiantes universitarios que
I profesamos diversas Ideologas
i polticas, distintos criterios fi-
1 losflcos. per*- conformes todos,
en la necesidad de una reforma
social en nuestra sociedad y en
el mundo, debemos reconocer
pblicamente', que el peridico
"Voz Universitaria" en el pe-
riodo comprendido entre 1949 a
( 1951, bajo la direccin del com-
paero Leonel Ferguson, siem-
I pre estuvo Inspirado en genul-
i nos principios democrticos y
! dentro de un espritu de tole-
I rancia a todos los credos poli-
1 ticos y religiosos.
Denunciamos la campaa que
algunos sectores reaccionarios
j lian venido realizando contra el
I prestigio de este rgano peno-
; dstico y contra la persona c.
i nuestro compaero Ferguson, a
i quien reconocemos las mejores
I intenciones y la mas probada
l capacidad.
i
Esta campaa no tiene otro
propsito que el de adocenar la
! orientacin del peridico "Voz
j Universitaria" dentro de los li-
mltes estrechos de dogmas con-
; trarios a la libertad del pensa-
1 miento.
Si, umli,i.. Torres <., Fabin
Gutirrei. Armando Diaz Wong,
Moiss Chong M., Jaime Llau-
rad. Digenes Cedeo <"., Isaas
i Garca, Daniel Bravo Jr., Fede-
rico Ritter. I.uls C. Daz. Jos
de la R. Castillo. (Siguen ms
firmas)..
y uncios, aesr.naaa tambin a
con'Tuyl^lnaTidiS SS " &%* f <*-
canteros ^f^SS^^^^^^^ cerZ,onIa
talladores. Ses*' teKy' ^%^ fi^fa.*^
Cfy "No fu Indiferente para el
destino de Mexico dice uno de
esos modernos historiadores. Sil-
vio Zavala que su colonizacin
tocase a Espaa, ni mucho me-
nos que ello ocurriese antes de
que la vida peninsular superara
los hondos rasgos del medioevo.
Los ocho siglos de lucha entre
cristianos y moros constituyeron
un excelente adiestramiento pa-
ra el pueblo colonizador, pues
fueron un tejido de conquistas,
de fundacin de ciudades, de
reorganizacin de las nuevas
provincias ganadas al Islam,
de expansin de la iglesia por
los nuevos dominios: el tras-
plante de una raza, de una len-
gua, de una fe y de una civili-
zacin ... El pueblo castellano
no tuvo que Improvisar una po-
ltica de expansin ni de colo-
nizacin con motivo del des-
cubrimiento de Amrica, pues
tena una rica experiencia '.
fabricantes de instrumentos de
msica.
De la disposicin de los nios
y muchachos Indios para de-
senvolverse en cuanto se les fa-
cilitaban unos cuantos conoci-
mientos es muestra la ancdota
que hemos referido y lo atesti-
gua Motollnia en su Historia de
los Indios de la Nueva Espaa:
A veces, el trabajo era impro-
bo, ya que no siempre los ofi-
ciales espaoles queran ensear
su oficio a los indios, porque
demasiado saban que en apren-
diendo los indios el oficio, los
productos bajaran necesaria-
mente de precio. Pero los disc-
pulos de Fray Pedro, con as-
tucia, observacin y AYUDA
DE SU BUEN MAESTRO, logra-
ban adiestrarse y descubrir los
secretos tcnicos del arte". Ni
que decir tiene aue el indito de
los rabeles era un discpulo de
Fray Pedro.
Es tan exacta la afirmacin
de Zavala que. gracias a esos
antecedentes, al hbito de con-
vivencia de diversos pueblos
cristianos, moros y judos y
al espritu misionero de evan-
gelizacin. dos aos despus de
ocupada la capital. Fray Pedro
de Oante fundaba en Texcoco
1523) la primera escuela ele-
mental del Nuevo Mundo, en la
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Desde 1536 se observa en la
Nueva Espaa una verdadera
preocupacin en las autoridades
de la colonia y en algunos frai-
les franciscanos, agustinos y
dominicos por crear una ense-
anza superior para los Indge-
nas que tales muestras de apro-
vechamiento estaban dando, y
as fue como se cre el Cole-
gio de Santa Cruz de Tlaltelol-
co. que fu el primer Instituto
de educacin superior creado en
Amrica. Funcion con bienes
que el Virrey don Antonio Men-
doza le otorg de su propio pe-
culio para mantener a los co-
legiales indios que en l se Ins-
truan. Desde sus comienzos hu-
bo en l dos grupos de estudio:
los elementales y los superio-
res, en los que se Incluan es-
tudios humansticos. Por cierto,
que entre el profesorado del Co-
legio de Santa Cruz figura Fray
Bernardino de Sahagn. a quien
deben los investigadores de las
culturas precorteslanas los pri-
meros datos directos y objetivos
sobre las civilizaciones de la ac-
tual tierra mexicana y del Sur
de los Estados Unidos de Nor-
teamrica. Fray Bernardino, lie-
Doctores, y a l haba que a-
cudir cuando se trataba de re-
cusar al- Rector.
El Bedel tena funciones pro-
pias de Secretario, se encargaba
de citar a Claustro, hacia el
calendarlo de trabajo, llevaba
las cuentas de la Institucin y
el rgimen interior de la mis-
ma.
El primer Rector fu el Dr.
Antonio Rodrguez de Quesada;
el primer Maestrescuela, don
Gomez de Santillana, y el pri-
mer Bedel. Juan Perez de la
Fuente, que vena ocupando,
hasta ser nombrado para su
cargo universitario, una notara
apostlica.
En la Universidad de Mxico
se ense muv pronto el idioma
mexicano y el otomi. continuan-
do el esfuerzo me las autorida-
des de la colonia y los maestros
v misioneros venan haciendo
para la interpenetracin de las
dos civilizaciones que se enfren-
taban. Porque es hecho curioso
y en aquel tiempo Inslito, el
prodigioso esfuerzo realizado
oara difundir el conocimiento
de las lenguas autctonas y pa-
ra ensear a leer y a escribir
en sus propias lenguas a los in-
dgenas del continente recin
descubierto. Asi. afirma Francis-
co Larroyo en su Historia Com-
parada de la Educacin en M-
xico, al finalizar el siglo XVI
haba ya Impresas en la Nueva
Espaa obras en mexicano, oto-
mi. tarasco, mlxteco, chuchen,
huasteco, zapoteco y maya, sin
contar con las lenguas de Gua-
temala, sobresaliendo entre to-
dos los cinco Vocabularios: el
mexicano de Molina, el tarasco
de Gilbert!, el zapoteco de Cr-
doba, el mixteco de Alvarado y
el mava de Villalpando. Porque
lo ms urgente v lo que provo-
c en gran parte la iniciacin
de la imprenta en Amrica, que
tuvo lugar en Mxico en 1532.
fu la Impresin de las "carti-
llas" y las "doctrinas" para uso
de los indgenas, escritas en su
propia lengua por franciscanos,
dominicos v agustinos.
La tradicin coeducadora de
"QUE LO PUBLIQUE EN EL
CAMPUS": Es. Increble la Ig-
norancia que tienen los estu-
diantes de nuestra Universidad
sobre los asuntos de la misma.
Y pensamos que es un deber de
"En el Campus" dar las tafo
maciones del caso. La forma < o-
mo nuestra Administracin in-
l vierte la partida que le da el
Estado, es algo necesario de ser
conocido. Las decisiones que se
i toman en las reuniones de los
I Representantes Estudian! les;
qu actividad desarrolla la UEU.
la FEP y nuestra Administra-
cin; qu sucede con la Juiua
de Sndicos; qu libros nuevos
han llegado a nuestra Bibliote-
ca; un cuadro de las ausencias
; de nuestros nrofesores. etc.. son
temas que "En el Campus" de-
be tratar al es que aulere cum-
plir con alguna misin en nues-
i tra Universidad.
(De "Criterio Universitario",
I No. 51.
; indios, mestizos y blancos, que
la Universidad de Mxico simo
; seguir a lo largo de sus cuatro-
cientos ao3 de fructfero tra-
ba io. se haba iniciado en los a -
boros de la colonia, cuando ye
establecieron las primeras a-
cuelas en los pueblos pequeos,
i donde los hijos de los mace-
huales iludios pobres) se edu-
caban con los hijos de los In-
dios acomodados y en las es-
cuelas de Mxico capital, donde
mestizos, indios v blancos ia
son! aban en los mismos bancos
de la escuela.
De ah que. como cuenta un
historiador, resultase que en
muchos pueblos de Mxico, va
en el primer tercio del si'-'lo
XVI. llegaron a gobernar no los
hijos de los caciques, sino los
pobres, porque estaban mejor
preparados.
Esa ha sido y esa es la tnica
conservada v acrecentada por
la Universidad de Mxico, que
fund Carlos V, y que celebra
ahora su cuarto centenario.
Verdaderamente
escalofriante!
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PAGINA ONCE


Un Poeta Mejicano
Por JUVENCIO VALLE
Mxico tiene para mi reso- mpetu y con esa misma abun-
nancias especiales. De haberlo dunda de colorido y de ex pre
soado mucho me ocurre con sien deben asomar a la super-
l cerno con los pases de los ficle las Irresistibles yemas ve-
cuentos; lo he idealizado. Ce- getales. Su canto no tiene tri-
rro los ojos, y sigo admiran- buna, no se hace anunciar, no
dolo en mi geografa exclusiva, busca modos heroicos ni se
Sue no es la que me ensearon constituye en epopeya,
bro en mano, sino aquella Este es el paisaje o el elima
arbitrarla y portentosa que mi de su magnifico libro "Memo-
corazn se forj desde nio. rial de Ja Sangre". Poemas den-
Pais de altas mesetas: nubes, sos de contenido y de fuego in-
fieres y minerales se confun- terior. Sin nfasis o declama-
den all y en apretado ocano clones estentreas. Ja fuerza de
hacen concierto unnime y uni- su acento est latente en su o-
versal. rigen mismo. Se impone por lo
Los colores se agolpan, galopan tangible de su canto, real, flu-
y se cruzan como si fueran se- vente.
res animados de lengua y voz
violenta. Indios eternos escriben Como la naturalidad con que
en piedra su poema de las be- se inician los actos cotidianos
lias formas. Campesinos tena- comienza la orquestacin de su
ees, de arado y de carabina al mundo potico:
hombro, defienden y cultivan la
tierra. All los bandidos terri- En la desierta oscuridad en
bles como polvorines, pero con (dende brota la sangre,
un fondo de ngeles custodios, la noche de la angustia rompe
All los generales fragorosos la forma material que un
cruzando la repblica, de extre- (gemido desflora;
mo a extremo, a todo el correr misterio ensangrentado de su
de sus cabalgaduras. Y Chaut- (cuerpo,
temor, el principe, en su lecho primer deslumbramiento, la
que no era de rosas. Y Hernn (asu-li-nis-iiiimado.
Corts quemando sus naves y
llorando, en la sombra estrella- Oh, lcida experiencia
da de su noche triste. Y np
puedo olvidar aquellos nombres Echa a andar en cualquier
locales, que desde lejos ya a- Instante, sin buscar horizontes
luni bran como una selva en pri- propicios ni eludir circunstan-
mavera: Ouanajuato. Jalapa, cias desfavorables. Es la suya
Mich, Cuernavaca, Acapulco. una poesa de Inmersin total.
Tehuantepec. etc. Y, todava, a- En su trnsito continuado la
quellos volcanes que se ven na- razn del canto va quedando
cer y crecer como si fueran prisionera en el fluir poderoso
criaturas animadas. Tierra pri- de sus aguas.
vIJegiada. para pintores y poe- Zona de elementos nutricios,
tas. todo cabe dentro de ella sin or-
_ ... ., , denacin previa ni lgica cono-
De all nos llaga Maples Ar- clda Ea mlama constituye va
ce. el gran poeta. Y l. que por por sl sola un mund0 aparte.
supuesto conoce la exuberan- un mund0 extrao a pesar de
, ^.il pa.trla- nos ha habla- su inconfundible estirpe huma-
do de "El paisaje en la literato- na terrenal. Porque sta es
ra mexicana corno pudiera una p^^ de noy y como tal
hacerlo el ms amante de los trabaja los elementos de la ho-
hljos de su tierra y el mas e- ra conoce nuestros problemas
rudlto de los escritores. Del v entre eHoa se desenvuelve. Es-
mismo modo, siendo el un gran t pre8ente en la vlda y en la
"rttai.U -Un gran mexlcan.- muerte. Concurre a la perpe-
nos ha dado una exacta vision tuacin de la especie, sabe de
del arte moderno de su patria, los nacimlentos del mundo. Es-
en bellsimas paginas que nos aa ^^^^^ est presente:
hablan del multiple artista que
tenemos la honra de recibir. Yo siento la agona de los
Entro ahora con gran respeto (suplicios
al corazn de su poesa. Me y ^ ,lllI108 afrieUn mi
hago acompaar para este va- (memoria.
je de esa obra luminosa que oh r^, nefra de sangre
se llama "Memorial de la San- (T de golloios!
gre". Entro a ella como a una Voj a , muU|tud en ue el da
tierra virgen, poblada de gr- (m, ,ransforma;
menes desconocidos, e invad- tu ^^ M traspasad de
da de esos acres olores que ex- (hierro
halan las oquedades nunca ^ no Teo , rostro
profanadas. Recinto abierto a Solo e, frito pa|pab,e de tus
^rtes LEIRASe,
lodos los horizontes de la can-
(venas.
clon. Los elementos lricos re- Esta toda cnbierta de heridas,
suman aqu por derecho pro- surcada de arrugas corrosivas,
po. espontneamente, como ,, prlniaTera de tn cuerpo se
Pr.,e.nHe J"M2S lnvlslb'es v (msela a loa metales
multiplicadas. El curso de su y un furor de potenciall
voz no sufre tropiezos; es un te amenas con su aliento
viaje ancho y libre, bien abas- (enemigo
tecido de zumos creadores. En Desconoseo los sitios alterados
su avance incesante va domi- (de pjaros,
nndolo todo con la sola pre- Los perIumes baleares dudan
aln que ejerce su presencia. (en m, recuerdo
Imperceptiblemente sus aguas ______
recargadas de limos fecundos y ,a carne Kimitni de sucenas
suben y suben de nivel y asi (oprimidas,
todo va quedando ceido a su
rbita al unisono, insistente y implora, retorcida de angustia,
sordamente como sabedor de (en ios cruele arrodillamientos.
*us profundas reservas.
Ro que canta a la sordina. Me felicito de encontrarme en
Instintivo en sus designios e- este momento haciendo una pe-
temos: su poesa no hace fra- quea nota marginal a la gran
ees deslumbrantes, no cuida de poeSa de nuestro autor. Desde
la armona su forma Irrumpe hace muchos aos su nombre
con sus asperezas naturales a- me era familiar y, en mis afec-
rrastrando consigo el lnsospe- tos, lo he tenido siempre junto
chado caudal que le asiste Ni al n0mbre de los ilustres mexi-
Ja metfora novedosa ni ade- (*<, de ja hora presente,
tlvo escogido tiene importan-
cia capital en su verso. En la Oh, dulce poesa y gran seo-
organizacin de sus elementos ra! Ya s que t no tienes tie-
no existen transposiciones vio- rra preferida para Instalarte y
lentas. Todo va dentro de s. re- reinar. Los impulsos de tu co-
vuclto, en calidad de materia razn te traen y te llevan: eres
prima, poderoso de su propia inestable y difcil de asir. Pero
sangre, como el agua en el a- aqu en este "Memorial de la
Ra o como el halo en la cabe- Sangre", te estamos viendo
sa del santo. Con ese mismo plcidamente detenida.
-
y ciencias
EL CUENTO INFANTI
- Por Renato R. Ozotts -
Desde que a mi amigo Mxi-
mo lo recluyeron en el manico-
mio, porque los mdicos esti-
maron pato'jjgica su obsesin
de averiguar el paradero de las
cuchillas de afeitar usadas y
de pregonar la creencia de que
un dia empezaran a aparecer
entre las hojas de lechuga, yo
tena la costumbre de visitarlo
todos los domingos. Durante un
rato conversbamos amena-
mente de libros, de pintura, de
versos y de poltica, hasta que
una enfermera se acercaba pa-
ra insinuarme que deba mar-
char a fin de no perturbar el
horario del establecimiento, o
hasta que mi amigo sacaba a
relucir de nuevo el tema de las
hojas de afeitar y se pona in-
tratable, aunque esto ya ocu-
rra pocas veces. Entonces me
despeda y regresaba a mi casa
con la satisfaccin de haber
pasado unas horas muy agra-
dables y la de haber cumplido
con el elemental deber de cari-
dad de visitar a los enfermos.
Pero aquel domingo no pude ver
a Mximo. Cuando entr en el
jardn del manicomio me en-
contr con el doctor Alcntara
que, despus' de saludarme con
gran efusin, me hizo saber la
inesperada novedad.
Vienes a ver tambin a
Pancho Lucas?me dijo.
Pancho? Pancho Lucas?
Est aqu? El escritor?
Mis preguntas se atropella-
ban revelando una sorpresa y
un estado de inquietud tan
grande, que el doctor Alcntara
considre del caso tranquilizar-
me con unas palmadltas en la
espalda y unas frases adecua-
das.
No te alarmes. No creo que
sea nada grave. Un trastorno
pasajero, me figuro. Trabaja-
ba mucho y, adems, estas co-
sas, en este clima, sobre todo,
suelen producir malas -conse-
cuencias .Vete a verlo. Le agra-
dar mucho tu visita. Est en
la seccin H.
Creo que no contest siquiera
al saludo de despedida que me
dedic el doctor Alcntara mien-
tras se encaminaba a su ofici-
na reclamado por un compae-
ro y. sin acertar a explicarme
el fundamento ni el origen de
tan inslita noticia, ech a an-
dar hacia el edificio gris y feo
que se alzaba frente a m. Por-
que hacia poco ms de un mes,
antes de m viaje al Interior,
yo haba estado conversando
con m amigo Pancho Lucas y
le haba encontrado tan jovial
y tan contento como siempre.
Tal vez ms. porque recorda-
ba bien que l mismo me Infor-
m del xito que haba logrado
con el gnero infantil que ha-
ba empezado a cultivar para
sus cuentos v de las crecidas
ganancias que tal cosa le pro-
porcionaba, motivo por el cual
estaba muy satisfecho. Y ahora.
Iba yo pensando, loco y ence-
rrado aqu.
Aqu me tienes. Encerrado
y vigilado como un demente
me dijo Pancho mientras me
abrazaba, una vez que la enfer-
mera me franque la entrada
de su celda.Y a t. cmo t
va? Ahora tienes aqu a dos a-
mlgos. Mximo y yo. Si esto si-
que asi. vamos a poder trasla-
dar para ac la tertulia del
Astoria".
Pancho hablaba sin cesar a-
centuando el tono festivo y a-
legre. sin duda porque com-
prenda mi turbacin. Era l.
el enfermo, quien me estaba
confortando, y quien aliviaba la
tensin. Apenas pude balbu-
cir algunas frases.
Y desde cundo? Qu pa-
s? Te aseguro que yo___ Ha
sido una sorpresa.
Sintate. Ahora te cuento.
Vamos a fumar.
Mientras se diriga a una me-
sa prxima a buscar los cigarri-
llos pude contemplarle con al-
gn sienlmlento. Pancho as-
taba descalzo y desnudo, tal vez
por el calor, sin ms atuendo
3ue una especie de toalla alre-
edor de la cintura sujeta con
un grueso Imperdible jr not
que cojeaba un poco.
Tuviste algn accidente?
pregunt.
Se volvi hacia m sonriendo
y, sealndose la cadera, me a-
clar.
Lo dices por esto? No. Es
una Inyeccin de aguarrs que
me pusieron.
Una inyeccin de aguarrs?
No entiendo.
De aguarrs o de lo que sea.
Tuve un lio grande con un fu-
lano de aqui que me trat como
a un loco: le dije cuatro vai-
nas, y termin dndole una
trompada.
Y entonces
Entonces me pusieron la
cosa sta. Me parece que los
llaman abeesos de fijacin. Al-
go para fregarlo a uno bien y
que se quede tranquilo. La ver-
dad es que duele como el dia-
blo.
Pero, los mdicos, qu di-
cen de tu caso?
Los mdicos? Aqu slo ha
venido a verme el doctor Alcn-
tara, y ese creo que est ms
loco que una cabra. Es amigo
tuyo tambin. Nunca le notaste
nada?
Francamente, no. Bueno, le
trato poco, sabes. Los dos esta-
mos muy ocupados. Quiz tenga
sus rarezas, como las tenemos
todos; pero eso no quiere decir
que no sea un gran mdico.
Un gran mdico, desde lue-
go. Pero chiflado. Aqu estuvo
varias veces, y las preguntas
que me hizo y los .tests que me
puso eran para morir de risa.
Si no fuera por el abeeso de la
nalga que me tena fregado, me
hubiera divertido de lo lindo.
Ya te contar.
Pero l, qu dice? Cree que
ests enfermo?
Paco se atus el pelo con la
mano. Aspir con deleite el hu-
mo del cigarrillo y. por un mo-
mento, adopt un aire de grave-
dad.
No lo crees t tambin un
poco?
Sin poderlo remediar me re-
volv inquieto en la silla bus-
cando afanosamente una res-
puesta. Pero Pancho me sa-
c del atasco. Sonriente de
nuevo, y con un guio malicio-
so, puso trmino a mi preocu-
pacin.
-Basta que uno est metido
aqu para que todos los crean.
Hay mucho de sugestin.
Me consider obligado a de-
cir algo, porque mi actitud es-
taba resultando lamentable. Un
tanto nervioso contest.
No, Pancho. Yo no lo creo.
Te lo aseguro. La prueba es que
estamos aqu los dos hablando
normalmente. Pero, adems, lo-
que yo crea no tiene Importan-
cia. 81 has de salir de aqui ti
preciso que el mdico se con-
venza de que, adems, que' ye
no tengo la menor Idea de la
que ha pasado ni del por qu
has venido a parar a esta si-
tuacin. Cmo quieres que
yo___?
Calma, calma, no te exci-
tes, o pueden dejarte aqui tam-
bin a ti.
La sonrisa de Pancho se di-
lat hasta estallar en una so-
nora carcajada que me supo
mal. Senta que una alarma ex-
traa, Indecisa y vaga, empeza-
ba a Insinuarse en m. Aquella
risa, estridente y prolongada.
me pareca de mal agero. Pera
un instante despus, recobrada
Ja serenidad. Pancho prosigui
su charla mientras con gesto
habitual aplastaba la colilla en
un plato de latn.
Hav mucho de sugestin, te
lo aseguro, y ni siquiera los m-
dicos pueden librarse de ella
por completo, sobre todo, sa-
biendo, como saben, que en este
mundo, el que ms y el que
menos.
El modo de hablar de Pan-
cho, tan razonable, y su actitud
calmada, volvi a tranquilizar-
me. Le interrump.
Pero, qu pas? Cundo te
trajeron para ac?
El lunes. Cosas de mi mu-
jer y de mi suegra.
Alguna pelea, acaso?
Nada de eso. Al menos, na-
da nuevo. Pero escucha. T ya
sabes que yo empec a escribir
hace unos meses cuentos infan-
tiles para la revista, esa que co-
noces. Me los pagaban muy bien
y yo estaba muy contento. Pe-
ro quera hacer algo original y
verdaderamente Interesante. Al-
go distinto del pececlto de co-
lores, del pjaro charlatn, del
gato goloso, del nio travieso y
embustero con su moraleja fal-
sa y de esas cosas que suelen
escribirse. Y pensando v pen-
sando llegu a la conclusin de
que el mundo infantil, el uni-
verso en que viven los nios.
sin facturas, sin cocineras, sin
polticos y sin suegras, es algo
inexplorado y lleno de mara-
villosas posibilidades, aunque
desconocido por completo para
los adultos.-
Interesado ya en el relato de
mi amigo, quise que lo com-
prendiera asi para animarle a
continuar, y aprovech una
pausa que hizo para aplastar
de nuevo la colilla que lanzaba
desde el plato un huritflic pes-
tilente.
Sin duda: de acuerdo: as
ha de ser. naturalmente. Y....?
Reintegrado al borde de la
cama donde se haba sentado.
Pancho continu.
Y quise penetrar en ese
mundo; conocer bien sus insos-
pechadas realidades; sus planos
Panam, 23 de agosto de 1951.
Seor Juan Materno Vsques,
Universidad de Panam,
Presente.
Seor Vsques:
Con verdadero asombro le en el ensayo sobre Justo
Arosemena publicado en el Dentales! del Pauam Am-
rica del 19 de agosto, su infundado juicio sobre la ense-
an, del Curso de Historia de Panam en nuestra pri-
mers casa de estudios.
Como yo vengo desempeando dicha ctedra desde el
mes de agosto del ao pasado y come considere injusta
su afirmacin, ya que no ha sido alumno mo y sospe-
cho que desconoce mis programas de Historia de Pana-
m, agradecera a usted se sirva concretar el cargo que
Hace, ya en forma privada per medie de la prensa,
pues una acusacin de semejante Mdele necesito ser sus-
tentada y no lanzada caprichosamente, mostrando, al pa-
recer, una actitud snobista.
En espera de su pronta respuesta, de usted atentamente,
CARLOS MANUEL GA8TEAZORO.
Profesor de Historia de Panam.
DOJYUNGO, AGOSTO 26, 1%1
PANAMA A




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mente respondieran a mis aspi-
raciones.
Procuraste, entonces, acer-
carte a ellos, vivir con ello*
interrump.
Pancho, entusiasmado, no me
dej seguir.
Claro: desde luego. Empec
a leer vidamente las cosas que
ello leen: acudi asiduamente a
las funciones matinales de los
cines y me dediqu a frecuentar
los jardines de la Infancia y
loa primeros grados escolares: a
jugar con los nios en los par-
ques y en las plazas y a pasar
con ellos el mayor tiempo po-
sible.
Mi amigo se puso en pie ges-
ticulando y expresndose con
vehemencia. Para calmarle un
poco asenti.
Lgico. Necesitabas ambien-
te; conocer bien.
i Eso es; ambiente. Pero, no
me bastaba. Necelsltaba llegar a
pensar como los nios, a sentir
como ellos. Necesitaba lnfantl-
llzarme. No s si comprendes.
Si. si. Por supuesto.
Yo estaba va francamente a-
larmado al advertir la creciente
exaltacin de Pancho que me
miraba con fijeza. No supe qu
decir y pregunt:
Y qu lograste?
Nada. No logr nada, por-
que la estpida de mi mujer y
la malvada de mi suegra se
imaginaron que yo me habia
vuelto loco.
Por andar con los nios?
Por eso y porquePancho
hizo una pausa para cobrar a-
liento, esboz una sonrisa que
apag en seguida y continu.
Porque, ya te dije que yo
necesitaba llegar a penetrar
bien el modo de pensar v de
sentir de los nios, y quise vi-
vir como ellos. Lo necesitaba.
Me mand hacer un corralito;
me compr unas maracas de ce-
luloide; me puse paales y or-
den para mi una dieta de pu-
rs y de leche en mamadera.
Tenia que empezar por el prin-
cipio para ir creciendo poco a
poco y darme cuenta. Pero en-
tonces mi suegra, creo que fue
ella, llam muy apurada al ma-
nicomio y me trajeron para ac
medio a la fuerza. No me de-
Jaron seguir, cuando yo tenia
Ideado ya un cuento infantil
que iba a ser famoso. Un cuen-
to que empec y que quiero, que
necesito terminar aqui. Un
cuento que va a ser una revela-
cin, un cuento qu....
Involuntariamente mir ha-
cia la puerta y record inquieto
que la enfermera la habia ce-
rrado por la parte de afuera. Y
yo quera salir de all en segui-
da. Una gran Inquietud, prxi-
ma al miedo, habia empezado
a dominarme y. simulando sa-
cudir unas cenizas imaginarlas
de la manga de mi saco, con-
sult el reloj con la esperanza
de que la enfermera apareciera
pronto para poner fin a la vi-
sita. Pero mi movimiento fue.
advertido por Pancho, que se
apresur a decir:
Perdona. Te estoy dando la
gran lata con todas estas cosas.
Sin duda tienes que hacer, ver-
dad? Ya has Ido a ver a Mxi-
mo? Sigue el pobre con el te-
ma aquel de las hojas de afei-
tar? Espera un momento. Voy
a llamar.
Cerca de la cabecera de la
eama habia un timbre que p-
primi. y en seguida la 'enfer-
mera hizo acto de presencia.
Cuando, ya en el jardn me di-
riga a mi carro, el doctor Al-
cntara me llam desde la puer-
ta de su oficina invitndome a
tomar eaf.
Viste a Pancho? Cmo lo
encontraste?me pregunt.
-Bien. Como siempreres-
pond. No le he notado na-
da, nada especial, no entiendo
A AMftKA
Un Divorcio?
El Arte Moderno y el Pblico
Por JULIEN BENDA
El tema propuesto en 1848 en bre est ligada al conjunto, esen-
las "Reuniones Internacionales cialmente cambiante, de la olvi-
de Ginebra", a las que tuve la llzacln que lo rodea, de suerte
satisfaccin de asistir, era el si- que no presenta ninguna exlgen-
gulente: dado el divorcio entre ca, permanente. Pero nosotros
el pblico y los artistas moder- sostenemos que tales exigencias
nos, cmo poner fin a este es- existen, y que la indiferencia de
tado trgico? Pensadores autorl- nuestra sociedad hacia el arte
sados respondieron al problema, moderno resulta precisamente
Mas modestamente, yo tratar del hecho de que ste pretende
de precisar sus trminos. En prl- ignorarlas.
mer lugar a qu se llama "p- Una de estas exigencias es que
blico" en este caso? No se trata la obra de arte nos proponga
del burgus cabeciduro, eterna- "algo". Ese "algo", por cierto,
mente cerrado a todo lo que puede cambiar profundamente
choca con sus costumbres, de ese de naturaleza con el tiempo: asi,
personaje de Maupassant cuyas en poesia, la humanidad de ha-
ideas bien sentadas estn re- ce no ms de cincuenta aos
sueltas a no levantarse nunca, quera que fuese de orden lgl-
sino de aquella humanidad que co. Inteligible en el sentido lgl-
fu perfectamente capaz de ac- co, en tanto que la de hoy
ger formas de arte revoluciona- admite que sea solamente de
ras, o presentadas como tales en orden afectivo, no defendible se-
su tiempo, las de Baudelaire, un gn la lgica. Por ejemplo, a me-
Rlmbaud, un Richard Strauss, nos de estar castrado de toda
Ahora bien, es un hecho que este sensibilidad potica, el hombre
pblico no acepta la poesia con- actual se complace con una se-
tempornea: observadores que cuencia verbal como:
estn lejos de despreciarla lo La presencia de la lavanda en
reconocen; y los aplausos fren- la cabecera del enfermo, (Paul
ticos de la camarilla de tal o Eluard que, aunefue desprovista
cual compositor de vanguardia no de consistencia lgica (hasta ca-
nos Impedirn ver la acogida gla- rece de verbo), posee una gran
cial que sus producciones tienen unidad afectiva por la homoge-
en las salas de concierto. neldad de las Ideas de lavanda.
Estos lncomprendidos declaran de cabecera y de enfermo. Pero
(no todos, porque muchos se en- es el caso que hoy surge una
cierran en su soledad y la pre- poesia que pretende ignorar "to-
tenden eterna): "El malencendi- da" consistencia, ya sea lgica o
do es pasajero', con el tiempo, el afectiva, y no admitir, como de-
pbllco secular vendr a nos- clara uno de sus levitas, ninguna
otros; los maestros cuyos nom- coherencia, ni para el entendl-
bres llenan hoy el universo em- miento, ni para el corazn tra-
pezaron siendo su irrisin". Cier- duclndose entonces en formas
to es. a veces, pero, limitndonos como stas:
a la literatura, son Incontables
las revoluciones cuyos jefes, pro- Para escaparse de los peores
metidos por sus adlteres al ho- limbos, de la peor de las vergtien-
sana del-mundo, apenas gozan zas. (Andre Salmon). Canon de
hoy de la atencin de las ratas xtasis y esquema de genu fie-
de biblioteca. Agregese que los xin, o: El ao ser entre las
dioses de cenculo en cuya es- palmeras y bananos brotados del
Irella estaba que conquistaran halo en cubos de agua. Simple
el planeta, no tardaron en pro- productiva vasta msica surglen-
barlo. en tanto que nuestros her- do a buen puerto. (Tristan Tza-
raticos estn producindose des ra).
de hace medio siglo los Lau- .. ...
tramont, los Alfred Jarry se re- Formas que la humanidad re-
velaron en 1890 de suerte que, chaza, probablemente para siem-
para ellos, parece claramente rre- Prq_,ue las fustn de una
que la causa est juzgada necesidad que. a menos que cam-
biase totalmente su naturaleza,
A qu se debe el divorcio? parece serle consubstancial.
Contestar en una palabra: el -----------
comportamiento de la humanl- La misma observacin parece
dad respecto de la obra de arte valedera para la pintura. Aqui
reponde a ciertas exigencias fun- tambin, la humanidad moder-
damentales que los artistas mo- na acepta un "algo" que puede
demos han resuelto no tener en no ser de orden intelectual, que
cuenta. Hay toda una escuela que no sea ya un "sujeto", sino sola-
nlega tales exigencias. La sen- mente algo de orden afectivo:
sibilidad esttica, declaran los un efecto de alba, de medio da
marxlstas, como todas las ma- o de claro obscuro, presentados
nlfestaclones humanas, est de- sin ningn objeto preclsable;
terminada por las condiciones pero exige que el "sentido" de
econmicas que rigen al hombre, ese afectivo aparezca, y vuelve
y vara con ellas: sin que se las espaldas a aquella pintura
pueda saber cmo un Flaubert y flue, como lo confiesan rus pro-
un Proust, un Wagner y un De- pos autores, no tiene ningn
bussy, que vivieron bajo regime- sentido. La tesis de stos es que
nes econmicos exactamente se- su obra no tiene por qu tener
mejantes, pudieron profesar es- sentido, puesto que la naturaleza
tticas estrictamente opuestas, no lo tiene; a lo que el pblico
Otros, ms serlos, aseguran que responde Implcitamente que la
la concepcin esttica del hom- misin del arte es precisamente
-------------------------------'------------- drselo. No es el nico caso en
bien cmo que vemos ** pueblo mantener
El mdico' y' yo nos habamos \f 5S2SSl2JtISSSSS^SZ!1
sentado alrededor de una me- '* humanidad civilizada. mien-
sita donde un sirviente coloca- JLM art^1" qu er,en ?.acer,a
ba las tazas de caf, mientras V0'verrQ *"u J*tad "fan,ul-
un enorme gato negro se enea- ,. fla d* esaa exigencias pro-
rarnaba. gil y silencioso, en babiemente eternas es que las
las piernas de mi Interlocutor, diversa* partes de la obra de ar-
Es natural coment el \e ?e subordinen a una idea cen-
doctor Alcntara acariciando 1ra1' concurran a un determlna-
maquinaimente el lustroso lo- do, efecto, obedezcan a lo que
mo del felinoEs natural. Con Taine.-en su Filosofa de Arte",
las visitas siempre pasa eso. ilama la 'convergencia". De es-
Pero Pancho es un caso tipleo ta ex'Rencla tambin el arte mo-
de.... es algo complejo y el <*ern pretende burlarse cuando
diagnstico no importa mucho uiere. como Proust, presentar-
para el caso. Nos da mucho que nos en un ml8mo P'a ' cabe-
hacer___ vieras. Se pasa el da 1,er* trenzada de una estatua de
escribiendo cuartillas que le- 1B1ea'. una joven sentada en una
go rompe y esconde debajo del .P'ay. y 1 niar. a cuenta de que
colchn, y por la noche llora a la subordinacin de estas cosas,
gritos simulando el llanto de los una a otra, no est en la natura-
nios y hasta, no s si hago leza- Y tambin en esto el arte
bien en decrtelo; pero se orina moderno est pagando su des-
en la cama. Hubo que ponerle precio de una forma aparente-
un hule y la enfermera tiene mente fundamental de la sensl-
que mudarlo porque si no, sigue blidad del hombre evolucionado,
llorando. Los paales, ya sa- Otra de sus pertensiones es
bes que no quiere. No tenia pintar el movimiento como mo-
puesto uno ? vlmjento y no por Una posicin
No pude escuchar ms con a- 'Ua que es su negacin. En una
tencin. El gato se haba sub- reciente exposicin he visto un
do sobre la mesa, y el doctor cuadro que pretenda representar
Alcntara, mientras hablaba, una orquesta tocando. Por res-
revolva distradamente su ca- peto del "movimiento en si", su
f con el rabo del animal. autor haba superpuesto las vein -
Desde aquel dia no he vuelto te posturas de cada violinist,a
al manicomio. confundidas con las veinte del
un i i
AFORISMOS de LICHTENBERb
Versin de HOMERO ICAZA S.
Oeorg Christoph Lichtenberg, naci el lo. de Julio de 1742,
siendo el decimoctavo hijo de un proliflco pastor protestante y
fallecido el 24 de Febrero de 1799. De su madre recibi una fuer-
te educacin religiosa y de la negligencia de su niera una joro-
badefecto fsico que motiv su timidez y explica su aetitud de
irnico espectador de la comedia del mundo.
Sus conocimientos cientiflcos le distinguieron de los hom-
bres de su poca. Fue profesor de Matemticas y Fsica "en la
Universidad de Goltingen, miembro de la Sociedad de Ciencias
de la misma ciudad, del Ateneo de Naturalistas de Halle y de
Danzlg, y de la Imperial Academia Rusa de San Petersbuigo.
Jorge III. de Inglaterra, le otorgo el titulo de Real Consejero de
la Corte Britnica.
Cultura enciclopdica, sus obras cientficas y literarias fue-
ron fuente en la cual bebieron los hombres ms ilustres de la
poca Hipocondriaco y humorista satrico, su prosa mordaz no
perdon figuras consagradas o Instituciones respetables. Fue
un maestro en el arte de la duda.
De sus "Aforismos"libro que en la opinin de Nietzsche
era "uno de los pocos de la prosa alemana que merecen leerse y
releerse"hemos traducido algunos pensamientos. Para Goethe,
"donde Lichtenberg dice una agudeza, hay encerrado un pro-
blema".
AFORISMOS (*)
Cuando una cabeza choca con un libro y suena a hueco, es
siempre por el libro?
Un libro es un espejo. SI un mono se mira en l no puede
reflejarse un apstol.
Es difcil que haya mercadera ms extraa en el mundo que
los libros. Impresos por gente que no los entiende; encuaderna-
dos, criticados y ledos por gente que no los entiende; y an es-
critos por gente que no los entiende.
Es lstima que no se puedan ver las sabias entraas de lea
escritores para escudriar lo que han comido. ,
81 un ngel nos contara algo de su filosofa, unas cuantas
afirmaciones suyas, creo, sonaran como dos por dos son trece.
Para mi el burro es un caballo traducido al holands.
Por leer tanto hemos cado en una docta barbarle.
Har la msica crecer las plantas o habr entre las plantas
algunas que son musicales?
Los sargentos ms bajos son los ms orgullosos.
Cada cual es genio por lo menos una vez al ao: Slo qu
los genios propiamente dichos tienen las buenas ocurrencias ms
frecuentemente.
La mosca que no quiere ser muerta, para mayor seguridad
se posa sobre el matamoscas.
Es cosa bastante conocida que los ratltos son ms largos que
los ratos.
Estilo popular se llama hoy dia demasiado a menudo aquel
que pone a la masa en condiciones pera hablar de algo sin en-
tenderlo.
Mi hipocondra es, en el fondo, cierta habilidad en extraer
de cualquier acontecimiento de la vida, llmese como quiera, la
mayor cantidad de veneno para uso personal.
Los ojos de una mujer son para mi una parte tan esencial,
los miro tantas veces, me imagino tantas cosas por ellos que
si fuera yo solamente cabezalas muchachas por m podran
ser nada ms que ojo.
Dara parte de mi vida si supiera cul ha sido la presin ba-
romtrica media del paraiso.
El que tiene dos pares de pantalones, convierta uno en dinero
y consiga este libro.
NOTA (o )Para la traduccin de estos Aforismos me he ser-
vido de una edicin francesa que tiene lodos los visos de desho-
nestidad editorial. Existe una versin espaola editada por la
Facultad de Filosofa y Letras de la Universidad de Buenos Al-
res, que me ha servido de valioso apoyo. A Helena, mi esposa,
debo agradecerle la interpretacin del texto alemn, en cuyo in-
trincado laberinto soy pagano.
flautista, enredadas con las vein-
te del trombn, y todas compe-
netradas con las veinte del di-
rector y hasta de su pupitre, ob-
jeto que tampoco tiene el mismo
aspecto .para los mil asistentes
que lo miran, siendo la diversi-
dad de sus visiones parte del
movimiento. Empero, not que
los visitantes se detenan poco
ante tanta verdad, y preferan
visiblemente a los "abstractores"
que les indican el movimiento
por una sola actitud bien esco-
gida.
Dir unas palabras sobre el di-
vorcio entre el pblico y la m-
sica moderna. Esto me parece
carecer casi siempre de una ca-
racterstica que los auditorios
exigen hoy para sentirse verda-
deramente emocionados por la
msica: la generosidad, si asi
puede llamarse el arranque ex-
Eanslvo. la riqueza del mensaje,
i fuerza de atraccin; digamos
la palabra a la moda: el "dina-
mismo". Ciertamente el pblico
es capaz de saborear una msica
que no tonga este rasgo domi-
nante, una msica de serenidad,
como suele serlo la de Mozart;
pero sus entusiasmos van a la
primera. Los maestros hacia los
que se vuelven siempre los di-
rectores de orquesta, cuando
quieren salas llenas y arrobadas,
son aquellos que la encaman so-
beranamente: Beethoven. Berilos
y Wagner. En los msicos mo-
dernos, no veo nada comparable
al final de la "Sinfona en la",
a la "Marcha Hngara'' o la o-
bertura de los "Maestros Canto-
res"; veo en ellos, por el con-
trario, cierta mirada de lstima
hacia esas "grandes mquinas".
Algunos practican el 'ctinnmis-
mo" pero exento de tocia direc-
cin, semejante a una fuerza de
la naturaleza, negndose, to-.oo
dice un eminente critico, a 'creer
en el tema", creencia que pare-
ce ser otra de las exigencias eter-
nas del hombre hacia e arte
musical, hacia todas las arte?.
El divorcio entre cierta corpo-
racin de artistas (que ha exis-
tido siempre) y el publico, pare-
ce destinado a Ir acentundote,
y hace pensar en el famoso
orculo:
Mirndose el uno al ol.io ron
un ojo irritado
los dos mundos morirn cada
cual por su lado",
slo, que no morirn ni el uno
ni el otro.

DOMINGO, AGOSTO 26, l*51