The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01214
 Material Information
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01214
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"c a peope now the trh and he ou ae" Abraham Lncoln.
"Let he people know the truth and the country is sale" Abraham Lincoln.



AFTER TEI Tamplco, Mexicas p&t, battered after the tropical hurricane whip-
ped -tbough. .ent trees, flooded streets and wrecked buildings testify to the fury of the
storm. ,(Photo bM NM-Acme slas photqgrapher John Abny.) .
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Wf tt *reckage oE a United Air Lines WC S-B lies scattered on a ridge hI De-
W It crashed, killing 50. The big plane, bound from Boston to San Franclisco.'
faal -~ ^he ridge by about 50. feet. ,

L 5kM AWAlAD With armistice talks broken off, possibly permanently, UN~ troop
fe ients In Korea began to speed up in preparation for an anticipated Communist attack.
NTMH ptrol rolls back into Allied territory after a probing mission. (Photo by NEA-Acme
r.hWbtOferapr Walter Lea.)

Bdti Siupersonic Atom Bombe

Blows Up In Jinx Crash Series

LONDOI, Aug. 27, (UP) Bri-
tain today clamped a security
blaekodt on the investgationr in-
to the'crash of a .iniature jet-
engined atdm Bftber which ex-
plodden i aday while travelling
TIe.plane Was designed with a
u ue wing which not only
wet le o r'nary- super-
o plans, but a swept for-
ward at bt .w and up-
war8s from the fui g.

The crash, which killed Royal
Air Force Wartime fighter ace
Flight Lieutenant Douglas
Broomfield was the latest in a
series of jinx accidents which
have plagued.British pilots ex-
perimenting with super so n Ic
Meantime te first of the Unit-
ed4 States-built Sabres destined
for Royal Air Force fighter
squadrons flew in from Iceland

S Car ip-Flops
Bu't I H-art US 7th Army Corps
StiMated 0 Returns To Europe
M110e l d out of con-
trol on state hway, left FRANKFURT, Aug. 27 4UP)
mnore ,I ,M ft of skid -The ULilted States 7th Army
arks pave t, slam- COrps, a veteran uilt of Wdrld
rned Int a ch asdverturned. War ti. will artlve Germany
A M r, thrown more thIs autumn to en-
ti tqcar whenrr a erae] Dwight E'senhaw Neth
o and walk- Atlantic Treaty forces.
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Rita's Divorce

May Get Rolling

[n Reno Today
HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 27 (UP)-
Rita Hayworth w ..,,;pected to
slip away to Rend today or to-
morrow to write the fipal chap-
ter In the story of Ma movIe
queen who became a real-lioe
The red haired actress con-
ferred during the weekend with
her representative in her inter-
national squabble with Prince
Aly Khan.
Friends also pointed out that
she has been given next .week
Off from her chores at Colubabla
"She'll probably drive to Jteno
early In the -week," a clope
friend predicted.
Attorney B tley Crum. who
has been commutinit betwUee
Paris. New York and HoKywood
for many weeks trying to patch
up the royal marriage or ar-
range a settlement, finally do--
elded this weekend that the*
sma "no point in further .4l-

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Dee Fined, Sentenced

Told To Leave Isthmus

Mina Dee will not go to jail
provided& she leaves the Canal
Zone and Panama within 30
days, pays a $1,500 fine and re-
mains away from the Isthmus
for three years.
Mrs. Dee, former Panama
Railroad freight house cashier,
was found guilty last week of
falling to account promptly for
$20 of public funds.
'This morning in the U.S. Dis-
trict Court at Ancon Judge Jo-
seph J. Hancock sentenced the
American woman to two years In
the penitentiary, but suspended
the sentence on the condition

Hose Group Os

$400 Pay Raibe

For 'Classifieds'
Word was received locally to-
day from William Price, Central
Labor Union and Metal Trade
Council legislative representative
in Washington, that the House
Post Office and C I v Service
committee has finally approved
the $400 pay boost for Federal
sailed and postal employee.
a the bll makes It1
Julyy ,, It now,
awaits clearance from .he House
Ru~es committee. ThWls expect-
ed to come sometime after Sept.
12, when the House convenes af-
ter a three week vacation.
The House bill, which provides
for a petmanent'increase of $400
is believed to have slightly less
of a chance for survival in reach-
ing conference stage than the
Senate Post Office and Civil Ser-
vice 8.8 per cent increase. CLU-
MTC sources said

that she leaves the Isthmus with-
in 30 days and pays her fine.
. She was also placed on proba-
tion for three years, and is for-
bidden to return to the Isthmus
In that time.
Mrs. Dee's $500 bail continues
till her sentence is expiated.
SBefore passing the sentence,
Judge Hancock gave the defend-
ant a choice between two alter-
One was to go to the peniten-
tiary and serve a sentence and
the other was to pay a fine and
leave the Isthmus.
He said he was giving the ac-
cused a little leeway.
After consulting with her De-
Sense Counsel, Woodrow dq Cas-
tro, Mrs. Dee chose the second
While the sentence was being
passed, Mrs. Dee fainted, and a
recess was called.
Dr. Edwdrd de Alba, Ancon
Dispensary physician was sum-
moned after Police Lt. Stewart
P. Trail had administered first
Asst. District Attorney Row-
land K. Hazard pr ented the
government'ss reco mendation
the defendant bk sentenced
o he penotentiary for a period
of ab yts t . bu
4^tht 'be
su d for a petod 3
years, on the following condl-
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Man Survives


Of 109 Degrees

V MAU.._____ MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 27-
(UP) A middle-aged man with
a kidney ailment was "coming
BUnp D is along pretty well" at Mount Sinai
l m M t hospital here today even though
Claims$1m M his temperature stood for a half
hour at 10f degrees.
Hospital authorities said Ber-
nard Seliden, 54, of Miami Beach,
warmed the thermometer up to
109 when he entered the hospit-
A complaint for about $1,000 al for a kidneystone operation.
for property damage and person- Ice packs and a series of injec-
al injuries was filed late last tions brought his temperature
week by Edward M. Altman, re- down to 107 degrees, where it re
presenting Dr. Renaud 0. Leon, mained three hours before it
a dentist in Ancon, against Pfc. slowly began dropping to normal.
George D. Grimes, of the 408th The hospital said three doctors
Ordnance Company at Corozal. and five nurses witnessed the
The plaintiff alleges that readings of seven thermometers
Grimes drove his automobile in- all registering 109 degrees.
to the rear and side of Dr. Leon's Physicians at Mount S I n a I
new Nash which was parked on agreed it was the highest tem-
Tivoli Avenue, near his residence. perature they had ever seen for
The dentist's car was not in a man who survived. Death
motion at the time. but he was usually results when a human's
seated ithside, and was jarred temperature reaches 107 or 108
and considerably shaken by the degrees except In some cases of
other vehicle, heatstroke, hospital authorities
Grimes was found guilty of said.
drunk driving in the Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court last week. He Drive/ Killed
was fined $100 and given a 10- D I v r Kill
day suspended sentence. In Overturning
The damages case is pending In Overturning
the defendant's answer. Station Wagon
Station Wagon
n C F t Enrique Mas Panamanian, was
killed Instantly last night, when
011 leA Si~a commercial station wagon
Oil Sls Sice which he was driving turned
over in front of the statue of
Sl s iwaiAfl Morelos on the Old Panama road
Fields Nalonalized at about 11 o'clock.
Although the exact cause of
TEHERAN, Aug. 27 (UP) the accident has not been estab-
The Iranian government made lashed police believe that It may
its first sale today from its na- have been caused by speeding.
tionalized oil fields. Panama District attorney Ale-
A government spokesman. Ka- Jandro Cajar is investigating the
zem Hassibl. announced that the accident.
government had agreed to sell Investigation of the scene of
10,000 tons of gasoline and 20.- the accident was started this
000 tons of oil products to Af- morning In an effort to ascertain
ghanistan for at least $30,000,000 the cause.
Hassibi said that there were ITS ECOSOC Delegate
further offers from other Asiatic
countries to buy oil but so far Nolan Slightly Better
Iran had not made any decision Charles P. Nolan, U.S. delegate
on the offers rnto the Inter-American Economic
Saturday, the Iranian govern- and Social Council was still on
ment announced it would sell oil the seriously Ill list today after
to any buyer-presumably even having suffered a heart attack
to Rula*. last Thursdav, although, Oorqas
Oil sources In New York said officials said he was slightly "im-
If the Iranian government had proved "
realized h 0,000,000 profit in its Nolan, the officer-ln-charge of
first sale from the nationalized Transportation and Communica-
petroleum products. they made tions of the Office of Regional
at least 30 Unme as much profit American Affairs for the State
as could be rallied there on Department was moved to Gor-
current price. gas Hospital from San Fernando
These south W express skepti- Clinic Friday. His wife was sum-
clan of the Xraan announce- moned from the States and Is In
ment, Panami now.


Miller Decorates

President Ulate,


Delegates to the Iter-Amerl-
can Economic and Iltial Com-
mittee buckled down to work
again this morning after a day's
recess during which a number of
them made a trip through the
At midday the Committee on
Prices and Reserves and the
Committee on Transportation
were still in session.
United States Assistant Secre-
tary of State Edward G. Miller,
Jr., returned at 1 p.m. today from
Costa Rica where he had con-
ferred the Decoration of the Le-
gion of Merit, Grade of Chief
Commander, on Costa Rica's
President Otillo Ulate in a color-
ful ceremony yesterday afternoon
at the foreign office in San Jose.
From ban Josd It was reported
that the decoration was given for
"meritorious conduct in the per-
formance of outstanding service."
The citation read as Miller pre-
sented the Legion of Merit medal
said in part:
"Dr. Ulate has constantly asso-
clated with the high principles
of democracy and freedom of -the
press while engaged In his pro-
felon of newspaper editor and
"As president-elect, during the
darkest hours of the revolution
in his country in 1948. and dur-
ing the period of the Interim
government that followed, he
served as an inspiration and ex-
ample for the people arid gov-
ernment of Costa Rica in their
efforts to restore the democratic
institutions which are so deeply
rooted in Costa Rican history.
"As President, Dr. Ulate has
made more secure this restora-
tion by the unfailing devotion to
duty and tireless energy with
which he has successfully direct-
ed the solution of the acute pro-
blems facing his country."

Top Official Says
No US Austerity
Defense Production Administra-
tor Manly Flelschmann said to-
day that "nothing like austerity"
faces the nation unless there is
an all-out war or a tremendous
speeding up of the military pro-

Declaring that the period of
economic controls will be a tem-
porary one, short of an actual
shooting war, Fleischmann said
that by 1952 the material situa-
tion ought to ease and "I'll be
able to diminish controls and
therefore allow comparatively
normal civilian production."



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TOKYO, Aug. 27 (UP) North Korean Premier Kim
II Sung and Chinese General Peng Teh Huai today de-
clined to break off the Korean armistice negotiations.
They further demanded that United Nations Supreme
Commander General Matthew Ridgway order his liaison of
ficers back to Kaesong to re-investigjte the alleged Unit-
ed Nations bombing of that neutrarftea last Thursday
Ridgway flew to Korea today, on a visit assumed to be
connected with the ceasefire holdup.
The Communist leaders' state- *
ment, broadcast over Peiping
radio, was in effect the answer Ma i l n m
to Ridgway's stinging rejection Massive Enemy
of the previous RedA protest over
the alleged Kaesong bombing.
Kim and Peng said: "The Bl See
responsibility will never fall on
us or breaking up the armistice Seen
They hinted that the bomb-
ing might have been done by n MAr
South Korean forces without In N rh Korea
the knowledge of the United
Nations command.
The delay in the Red reply 8TH ARMY hq., Korea, Aug.
to Ridgway's rejection, which 27 (UP) Even as their leader
branded as lies the Red allega- U n at a
tions of United Nations in- appealed to United Nations Su-
fringements of Kaesong's neu- preme Commander General Mat-
trality, was due to a wait for of- thew Ridgway the Reds appear-
ficial policy to come through ed about ready to launch one
from Moscow. of the biggest offensives of the
The Chinese and North Ko- Korean war.
reans are unwilling to let the The massive enemy .buildup is
war spread beyond Korea a reported to include nearly 2,-
-distinct possibility if it breaks 000 Eastern European troops en-
out again at full blast with- camped somewhere between
out an OK from Russia, which Pyongyang and Kaesong.
furnishes their tanks, planes These troops are believedly
and other .arms and supplies from Russia's European satellNi-
Further, the breakdown of the tes.
Kaesong talks would be a blot Communist probing attaakd
on the Russian peace offensive have stepped up all along the
now being touted across the rest front, and bumper-to-bumper
of the world by Moscow. supply convoys have been comrn-
Before Kim and Peng made ing down from Manchuria.
their declaration the Reds had United Nations command
claimed further violations of sources are as cautious in dis-
Kaesong's neutrality by flying cussing the reort of Caucasian
over the town. reinforcements as they were
Peiping also claimed United in discussing Chinese volun-
Nations planes flew over the teers last November.
Chinese mainland. ti Other reports of Caucasian
Of all these Red aed Ngaations inrine- troops with the Reds say Rus-
ents, the VNoie ofns thie ngUnited sians are manning coastal anti-
Nations Command, Ridgway's aircraft batteries.
radio propaganda program from In th 48 hours ending dawn
Tokyo, said: today T cited d Nations aircraft
"The Communists great weep- attacking North Korean roads
Ing act is one of history's most destroyed or damaged nearly 1.
bald-faced attempts at self-pity 500 Communist supply trucks.
and self-deception on record.
"What the motivation for
such tactics may be is open to Bil WOuld Exempt
"It may be that the present ane
state of suspension is a prelude ions From WaUn
to a more final, more drastic
step later on."Stab l on Act
Old Bailey Eccentric
But Not So Dumb Reoresentative Abraham Mul.
RAWSONVILLE, Vt. Aug. 27 ter. D.. N.Y., has introduced in to
RAWSONVILLE, Vt. Aug. 27't PI ,lu ot Representatives a
(UP) This village was named bill HR-5287, to exempt the Ca-
for Bailey Rawson. eccentric but nal Zone from the provisions of
pretty cute on a trade, the Wage Stabilization act, it was
Once he sold several bags of revealed here today.
sorrel seed as "not clover seed." Multer introduced the bill at
Plenty of folks bought it. think- the request of Walter Wagner
ing it a special kind of clover. Central Labor Union and Metal
Irate when it grew to be sorrel, Trade Council legislative repre-
they haled Rawson into court sentatlve in Washington, when
but he won out by saying: I he testified before the Banking
"I sold the stuff for NOT clov- & Currency committee recently.
er seed. If you can prove it is Similar action is expected tO
clover seed I'll pay the damage." take place shortly in the Senate.

Lawmaker Says Bizzare OSS

Wartime Murder Covered Up

- Rep. W. Sterling Cole, R.,
N. Y., accused the Defense De-
partment today of "truth sup-
pression and cover up" in the
bizarre wartime murder of OSS
Maj. William V. Holohan and
called for a "top-to-bottom
Congr-essional investigation."
Cole asked for a "full airing"
by the House Armed Services
committee of the Department's
"baffling performance." He is
a member of the committee.
The Department announced
two weeks ago that Holohan
was slain behind enemy lines
in Italy in 1944 by two com-
rades while on a cloak-and-
dagger mission to bring aid to
anti-Fascist paruian forces.
The killing was motivated by
Holohan's refusal to give more
aid to Communist partisans, the
Defense Department said.
The two accused Americans
-former Lt. Aldo Icardi and
former Sgt. Carl 0 Lo Doice-
can not be prosecuted or legal
reasons, the Defense Depart-
ment said. Icardi and Lo Dolce
say they are innocent and Lo
Dolce has denied a confession

the defense department an-
nounced he signed.
Defense department spokes-
men declined comment on
Cole's statement.
In another development, Prof.
Arthur Lenhoff of the Univer-
sity of Buffalo Law School sug-
gested in a letter to the New
York Times that the new mili-
tary code could be amended
so the two men could re-enter
the Army to permit trial by
court martial.
The new military code per-
mits the recall of servicemen
for trial but it is not retroac-
tive, so does not cover World
War II veterans who were gov-
erned by a previous military
Lenhoff. formerly Justice of
the Supreme Court of Austiia
and the International Arbitra-
lion Court said such a retru-
active amendment would not
violate the constitutional pro-
vision against trying a person
for an offense committed prior
to passage of a law He noted
that the statute of limitations
does not affect the crime of
murder under ether the old or
new military" code.

But the Defense Department
replied by re-stating its posi-
tion that it is legally impos-
sible to try the two men by
court martial.
In this denunciation of the
Defense Department, Cole said
it should be required to ex-
1. Why it showed "so little
interest" in pushing the case.
Cole said the Defense Depart-
ment must answer the "tra-
gic" accusation of Joseph R.
Holohan, of New York, that it
never even told him his bro-
ther's body had been found
and "ignored all my requests."
2. Why it "suppressed the
facts" for more than a year
after one of the two accused
Americans signed a confession
and 17 months after two Ital-
ian partisans confessed.
The defense department
concealed the truth .. until an
advance copy of True Magazine
with an expose of the ease ar-
rived at the Pentagon," Cole
said "We must presume that
save for True Magazine's t
this case would still be

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S.S. Flador Knot..............................Aug. 21
S.S. Levers Bend ..............................Aug. 31
S.8. Chiriqui .................................. Sept. 2
8.8. Mayarl ....................................Sept. 14
S.S. Chiriqul .................................. Sept. 16
(Handitag s efrgested ChiMed end Geanem Cuao)

New York Freight Service


S.S. Cape Avinof ..............................Sept. 1
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................Sept. 9
S.S. Cape Cod .. ...........................Sept. 15
S.S. Cape Ann .................................Sept. 23
Weekly aollings to New York, Los Angel, s Frimebe. Seattle
Occasional Sallin, to New Odrlena ad Mobile.
(The Sitemers n this Wervide are limited to twelve psmea)ge)
Frequent Yreightl SaIlings re Crhutobal to West Coast CentraJ America

Crist6bal to New Orleans via
Tela, Honduras


S.S. Chiriqui .... (Passenger Service Only)...... Sept. 4
S.S. Chiriqui .........................'..........Sept. 18

accepting passengers for

Los Angeles and San Francisco

m.S, "AJAX"


Tel.: Cristobal 1781 Balboa 1065


Next Freight Sallings from Vancouver, Seattle Portland.
San Francisco. and Los Angeles to Balboa or &lst6bal
From San Francisco .............................. Sept. 6
From Los Angeles ..................................Sept. 13
From San Francisco ...............................Sept. 25
From Los Angeles .................................Sept. 28
Next Freight Mailings from Cristobal to Los Angeles and
San Francisco
To Los Angeles and San Francisco..................Sept. 14
To Los Angeles and San Francisco......... ........Oct. 4

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Shipping & AirLine News

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ROARING DOWN TO RIO: U.S.-born tiger was a recent panger
on a plane bound from Miami for Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. '

Even Birds Fly by Plane
NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (NEA)-
This is the Air Age, but there are
20 beavers down| in Argentina
who wish it wasn't. What hap-
pened to them shouldn't happen
to a dog, much less a beaver.:
There they were, blissfully
gnawing down trees in Canada.
It was getting on toward winter,
which, to a beaver, means ro-
mance. Then somebody gets a
brainstorm that South America,
which lacks beavers, should have
So these 20 were flown down
to Argentina. They get there and
find winter is just ending. Sum-
mer is here, and they're gypped
out of one year's love. They start-
ed gnawing South American
trees, all right, but with mixed
The Saga of the Blighted Beav-
ers is one episode In the growing
animal stories collected by Pan-
American World Airways' Latin-
American division, which says
that it carries more animals than
Apparently, people In Latin-
America and South America want
the animals that normally live in
North America. and vice versa.
The pilots have flown bees, bears,
boas, chickens, toads, parrots,
mules, elephants, monkeys, birds
-and people.
More than 1,500,000 baby chicks
are flown south out of Miami
each year. Heading north, in an
average month, are 300 monkeys.
500 birds, a dozen reptiles and 50
otads. Also tanks of tropical fish,
too numerous to bother counting.
Most of these are destined for
American and Canadian zoos.
Besides animal which are duly
shipped, there are occasional
hitchhikers. A marmoset monkey
got a free ride from Panama to
Miami by crawling into a pas-
senger's suitcase. And a mongrel
pup hid under a seat and got a
trip from Havana to Miami. No-
body knows how many fleas
hitchhiked on the hitch-hiker.
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Horses and battle are frequent
sky wanderers on the big planes.
So many horses, in fact, that the
airline has rigged up special fly-
ing stables as the thoroughbreds
are whisked from racetrack to
racetrack. Once 30 Argentine
polo ponies traveled from Buenos
Aires to Low Angeles and back.
Prize cattle are frequent trav-
elers, and some that aren't so
prize. Nine Colombian bulls were
flown to Havana for a Cuban
bullfight the first there since the
days of the Spanish rule. In that
long time of bovine peace, the

Cuban bulls had grown unbellig-
Zoos in the U.S. have received
a varied shipment by air-mon-
keys, a baby lioness, a kangaroo
cub, two jaguars, a huge anacon-
da snake from 'rinidad, two baby
boa constrictors, a 250-pound
Panamanian tapir, a honeybear,
a mature and mean ocelot, a pair
of pumas and 125 baby turtles.
Birds, which you'd think would
be able to fly by themselves, also
travel on man-made wings. The
airline has transported black-
necked swans, pintail ducks. fla-
mingoes, wood storks, vultures,
toucans, spoonbills, bush turkeys
and penguins.
Also a parrot named Lorita
from San Salvador who arrived at
Miami screaming "Agua, agua!"
Fortunately, somebody translated
and gave Lorita a drink of water.
But the parrot wasn't grateful.
She cut loose with another
stream of Spanish. The transla-
tor said Lorita was cussing every-
body out with some choice Span-
ish oaths.

Housewives Raise Dough
BOSTON, (UP) A Brighton
housing project was converted
into a bakery. The 250 house-
wives baked pies. bread, cookies
and cake for a food fair so they
could raise $350 for a play yard
for the project's pre-school chil-

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A l Fancied After Party Meet

A 'Utd P ...Y dilosed to governors and
mayors lit 'ril"grt areas" ore deeply disturb-
ed obal t a 4 i r ekdty to throw their
weight into a fight to esore t0e cut in. the Senate.
Federal Civil Dfense Administrator Millard F. Cold-
well disclosed that he will also seek the support of top
military leaden in his those futile t an e to sell Con-
gress oitheWneed fori a bi-scate civil dense program..
MHe said the Defense Department must bear a good
deal of the responsibility" for the fact that most members
of Congress "simply don't know wh.t can happen... and
how important Iis to get ready fr -It."
0aldwell sUd thatmd Wr ArIf thi ~ so," he said, "then
pits productive mikht against the Defe DepartAent should
l rouctive might rather tan say so.
sgh int solder in the If Ot military might a-
hbattleflela s lone can wrthis war, then I
b t-let s tlQ is adequate- think the .Defense Department
ly aredtO proct Its civi- shdukay andwe shoulctop
lans, hea s itd productive wasting efor and money.
might proba Wl e seriously Tt Hose slashed civil d
damaged In a war. f ense funds from i$55,000,000 to
$daagd $62.255,000 earl; this month de-
spite warnings' from Caldwell
SW m i and members of the Congress-
RliID ional Atomic Energy Committee
.that new intelligence reports
.show Russia has bigger A-bonbs,
*P klAC / S t and more of them, than pre-
rNli tA f pviously believed.
The House action wiped out
*r entirely a 200.000000 fund. for
.i dOfederal aid to states and cities n
Y-OSWAl 4C . bdilditg A-bomb shelters and
If nobod melds or takes ... left only $4,600,000 for matching
If nobody lds or tak .the federal contributions to local ap-
discard pe for several re4nds proprlatlons for stockpiling of
of play, you may decide to thro emergency supplies and equip-
a wild card; Thi type of dl a.rdnint
Announces to all the other e- .'
Are that ou, exect tf ir. os i' A t_

pile, eventually and that you are
will'-g to make an'all-out fight
for It. .
If your -p~ibnent also decide,
to make a fight for the pile they
may likewise discard wild cards.
In such a case whichever side
tets the pile will really win a
Incidentally. If I throw a wild
care and then an opponent'
throws a wil dcard also It usual-
ly'meahtthat one of us is crazy.
Very seldom can you expect boti
ades to get through the entire
stock pile without lettinqt any-
body take, the discard pile. If
somebody does manage to get the
pile. the other side has certainly
misjudged the situation.
When-your side freezes the
pile. assuming that you know
what you are cftng. you can -
-for dt.-alsetv additional
cards, If o't the discard i
'eventUU yu will gret your Wl1,
cards back.
If you do not get the discard
pile eventually, you have proba-i
blY made & serious error in freez-
ing the pack -to begin 'with.
(Thre are exceptional situations,
however, in which you expect
that ,neither side will be able to
get the pile. These usually occur
towards the end of a hand.)
Tf your opponents freeze the
pile, it is usually prudent to give
them credit $o ra tiny bit of
common sense. They must ex-
pect to win the discard pile soon-
er or later. If their expectation
is well founded, it la foolish for
you to throw your wild cards in-
to the pile and thus make a codn-
tribution to them.
Tt would be sound for you to
discard a wild card in this situa-
tion only if you think that the
opponents have made a serious
mistake in freezing. Or if you
are pretty sure that you can slay
through to the end of the stock
pile without giving away the
Q--When may you announce
that you have only one card left?
Are you allowed to do so before
your side has made a canasta?
A-You may announce "that
you have only one card left at
oar ow nturn to alay whenever
that statement is true. It doesn't
matter whether or not your side
has a canast; you may make the
announcement anyway. If you
reer to say nothing. yue may
play on without announcing
uit P rA down to one card.
Q-I need 120 points for the
first meld and put doWn seven
natural sixes. Am I allowed to
count the bonus of 500 points for
the meld?
A-No. The bonus is aadedpn-
ly at the end of the hand. At'he
time that you aeld. von -need 120
points Ina the melding count Of
the cards. -

Wilue most stni an UU ciy or-
fidela were Indignant and
bitter over the loss of expect,
ed federal aid, some declared
their determination to "go a-
head on our own as best we
can" and pne Mayor, Fletch-
ir Bowron of Los Angeles -
endorsed the House action.
Bqwron said the Administra,
Upon's program 1. "not.realistiec"
and Would have given New York
and Boston federal money to ex-
tend their subways "under the
guise of building atomic shel-
Alg views were not shared;
however, by Gen. Walter M. 1Ro-
bertson. California's State Direc.
tor of Civil Defense.
Robertson said the House ac-
tion "throws the whole civil de-
nrg m t &a a e0ned
Vi$Vande d result In t
.it'the -n spent for nratioal
defense" ieang U.S. ndus-
trial centers unprepared for' the'
paralyzing blows of atomic raids.
MaJ. George E. Bruner of Cam-
den. N.J., said the House action
was "positively ridiculous."
"We keep asking ourselves:
Are Pbey interested in the wel-
fare of the critical target a-
reas? Are -we in danger or
*aren't we? It is utterly impos-
sible for as to finance a civil
defense system ourselves. It
would put our city in a state
of bankruptcy."
New York City's Civil Admin-
istrator. Arthur Wallander. said
the federal funds approved by
the House are "totally inade-
quate for an effective program."
Gov. John S. Fine of Pennsvl-
vana said .the state's civil de-
fense program already is ham-
pered by the "tragic complacen-
cyo' of the Pennsylvania legisla-
ture. The House action, he add-
ed. "makes it questionable whe.
their the necessary work can be
Gov. Okey L. Patterson of
West Virginia said his state's
program will be "unworkable
without the federal funds which
10 had counted upn.9"
Gov. Pherman Adams of New
Hampshire: "The action of the
Houwe can be taken only as min-
imizing the gravity of the crisis
which the President has declared
is facing the nation."
Gov. Lee E. Emerseo of Ver-
mont said his state had not
been eosnting on any Federal
aid and he therefore will nob
"put any pressure" on the Sen-
ate to iaerease the approprJa-
Sherley Ewing. deputy director
of civil defense for Maryland,
said: "If congress doesn't want
to put up the money, then peo-
ple will think that It's not worth
the effort."
Among those who said their
localities will "go It alone" were

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Dismembered Bodiesjnto Creek

ANOUILLA. ss., Aug. 32
(UP) Autnoritles here aaied
Federal aid today in finding
an utdertaker who tossed part
of bodies in the Sunflower river
thus creating a "murder" mys-
tery in this rich delta farm-
land sectiQn.
Town Marshal 0. 0. Wanker
said those responsible for using
the tiver as a "dumping
ground" would be prosecuted.
Parts of a body, women's
clothing and 'a water-soaked
letter, containing wortis that
looked like "doctor save me"
had floated to shore here with-
in Vie past week.
Authorities thought the re-
mali Were those of a murder
victim ahd townspeople throng
edM the river bank as Wanker
and Police Chief C. A. Hollinga-
worth of Greenville, Miss., car-
ried out dragging operations.
"We concluded," Wanker said.
"that an undertaker used the
government, stream to dispose
of Internal organs:"
The "mystery" recalled an-
other murder scare several
weeks ago when fishermen
found two legs at Eudora, Ark.,
across from Greenville, some 36
miles north of here.
Wanker alid a "crime has
been committed in contaminat-
ing the water, and mutilating
bodies intended for burial."
Parts of bodies recovered, and
the letter, were sent to the FBI
Igboratpry in Washington.

Egypilans Riotously

Demonstrate Against

Real Britain, US
CAIRO, Egypt, Aug. 27 (UP)
-Police fired on an anti-West-
ern mbb outside the U. S. and
British embassies here yester-
day. wounding 10 rioters. Thir-
teen policemen were injured'in
the clash.
The stone throwing gmob,
United States!" "Down with
Britainl" "No alliance with pir-
ates!", broke through police
lines on the street that runs
between the two embassies, and
police had to f-.e to disperse
the riote L '
A spokesman Said the police
meant only to fire over the
heads of the mob, but. 10 riot-
ers were wounded by the volley.
Three were reported in "ser-
ious" condition.
The embassy clash was the
most serious incident in a day
of citywide rioting which mark-
ed the 15th anniversary of the
signing of the Anglo-Egyptian
treaty authorizing Britain to
station troops in the Suez
Canal Zone.
Fanatic nationalists in-
cluding a number of Govern-
ment workers--surged through
the streets all day, screaming
anti-Western slogans and de-
manding that the British be
thrown out of the Canal Zone.
The British and Eiyptipn
flags which flew outside the
office of the British Overseas
Airways Corporation Were car-
ried away by the rioters, but no
serious property damage was

officials in Indiana, Texa.s and
Gov. Herman Talmadge said
Georgia has so far received no
Federal civil defense monev and
"wheth r we do or we don'trwe
-"I .-.. on with our present
R. E. Dysart. Fort Worth. Tex.,
civil defense director, said his
city has not even appliedfor fed-
eral aid funds, and "If P disaster
comes, we won't be waiting for
Washington to make funds a-

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"We are making every effoi't
to trachete undertakertaker and
stop this terrible practice,"
Wanker said. "We are going
to prosecute. The law says bod-
les should be buried.
"It's a revolting thing for
anybody out fishing, not to say
the threat of disease."
Authorities found "sawdust"
particles on the Sunflower
Bridge here similar to those
found' on clothes and internal
organs fished from the river.
"It looks as If parts of the
bodies were tossed from the
bridge," Wanker said.
Wanker said the legs found
earlier had been embalmed.
The FBI analysis showed they
were Negro. The marshal said
Negro bodies are kept "a long
time, sometimes several weeks."
In one case, at West Memphis,
Ark., a Negro body was kept
several months, according to
Wanker theorized that be-
cause of the odor and body
swelling, internal organs were
removed and sawdust substi-
tuted. 'It's a terrible thing and
we don't like it."

FROiK ULIC. Ind., Aug. 27.
(UP) _-. Mbdwtern Democrats
broke 'lap a strategy conference
yesterday, convinced that Pre-
sident .Trpaan can win in 1952
,It hT .un but they said he
ssMmld ms k another. "whistle
stop" tou!.
Party7-.o 'es from 15 states
sca#*tdd't' their homes with
ia "cznbm Iv.npiJit" and a new
feeling o( cf6fe.nce in their
chances for "=2. leaders said.
There was o i mention dur-
ing the conference of any pos-
sible presidential candidate
other thah Mr. Truman, two
Indiana! Democratic leaders
The prevailing feelings of
delegates to the three-day pow-
wow were summed up by the
two top Hooeier Democrats,
State Chairman Ira L. Hay-
maker and- National Commit-
teeman Frank M. McHale.
McHale said it was felt that
the Midwest will be "the key
to the election next year."
If Mr. Truman decides to run,
McHale said, the Democrats
"want him to whistlestop the
Midwest that's what elected
him before..
"The people love a 'fighter
for the common man and they
think Truman is that fighter,"
McHale added.
Nevertheless the $64 question
-whether Mr. Truman will run
still was unanswered and
Vive-President Alben W. Bark-
ley shed no light on the mat-
ter when, he came here to

As the conference ended
three Democratic toVernors who
attended:-A: Henriy Shrckoer
o Indiana'; Acdl X. Stevewon.
of Illinois nif Meenn r4-
llams of Miohtgan agreed
that foreign policy would be a
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Get To Semifinals Too
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The annual Esso Tournament entered into the semi-
final round this week with most of the favorites, including
15-year-old junior champion Billy Beeson, winning their
matches over the weekend at the Panam6 Golf Club.

Young Billy defeated the old- R. M. Golden defeated Fr:
est player in the tournament, the Morrice, 2 up.
veteran southpaw Dave Westman. Stan Brown defeated Ar(
Westman. who is crowding 70, Byrne, 1 up.
ran out of gas against his youth- Thatcher Cltsbee defeated
ful opponent and succumbed 5, Carrizo, 5 up.
and 4. E. Powell defeated E. S. Bu
In other championship flight 1 up.
matches. Doc Herb Mitten ousted L. Watson defeated L. Flemi
Dicky Arias, 4 and 3; Jim Riley 1 up.
trounced Johnny Sain, 5 and 4; Ant. Miranda defeated F
and in the most bitterly fought Gerhardt, 4 up.
match of the day George Riley
came from behind to nip Dave FOURTH FLIGHT
Starrett, one up. Paul Moran defeated B. B
The results: well, 8 up.
FIRST FLIGHT Paul Fulks defeated Geo
H. W. Mitten defeated Dicky Novey, 2 up.
AriaS. 4 up. Bolivar Vallarino defeated
George Riley defeated Dave Zombory, 3 up.
Starrett. 1 up. Agustin de Mena defeated J
Jim Riley won from Johnny Curtis, 3 up.
Sain, 5 up. D. Kenna defeated R. Joneq
Billy Beeson defeated Dave up.
Westman, 5 up. E. Halligan defeated W. T. E
SECOND FLIGHT son, 6 up.
Harvey Beali defeated Percy R. Billings defeated Carlos
Graham. 1 up. osemena, 4 up.
Rene Estripeaut defeated Ga- P. Bernett won by default fr
briel Galindo, 1 up. I C. P. Ford.
Hector Valdes, Jr. defeated
Jack Smith. 7 up. MEDALIST HONORS
Rafil Arango defeated L. Hal- First Flight--George Riley.
ley. 2 up. Second Flight--Percy Graham
Rafael de Mena won from Third Flight-Jim Ridge ....
Frank Raymond, 2 up. 'Fourth Flight-Paul Moran..


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Giants In Pennant Mood

After 14th Straight Win

NEW YORK, Aug. 27 (UP)-The a walk, sacrifice and a double by
red hot New York Giants. now on Nelson Fox.
the crest of a wnining streak- The Yankees cashed in'on er-
the longest in the National rors to score five unearned sec-
League since the Giants them- ond game runs. Robinson also got
selves won 15 in 1936-today were his second homer of the day in
in a pennant mood after topping the nightcap while Mule Haas
the Chicago Cibs, 5-4 and 5-1,1 accounted for two of the seventh
while the Brooklyn Dodgers could inning runs with a pinch homer
only split with the Pittsburgh Pi- and Don Lenhardt hit another
rates, with a man on in the eighth.
The Polo Grounders won the
first game on Wes Westrum's cir- uy ma a
cult clout in the ninth. The sec- ainl1 All maIeur
ond was due to the six-hit hurl-
Ing of Jim Hearnwho won his AiIl.i. Da,.
12th game. Qualiying Rounds
Brooklyn dropped the open-
er to Pittsburgh, 12-11. and ||MUnde u Tomoro
barely squeezed out a second- UnUd Way | UTUW
game 4-3 victory on Jackie
Robinson's homer. By UNITED PRESS
In other National League con-
tests, the Boston Braves battered The nation's top amateur golf-
the Cardinals, 9-1, behind the ers are busy sharpening their
eight-hit pitching of Jim Wilson drives and putts today in final
after St. Louis took the opener, tuneups for the National Cham-
12-10. despite the late rallying of pionships. Qualifying rounds for
Boston which netted them eight this year's National Amateur get
runs in two innings underway Tuesday at 32 scatter-
The Cincinnati Reds topped ed courses across the country.
the Philadelphia Phillies, 4-2, on The United States Golf Asso-
Ewell Blackwells five-hitter, af- clation reported that originally
ter which rookie Niles Jordan it was planned to hold qualify-
pitched the Phillies to a 2-0 ing tests at 36 courses. But
three-hit triumph in the second rounds were cancelled at Hono-
game. Itlu, Des Moines. Albuquerque
AMERICAN LEAGUE and Salt Lake City, because
The Cleveland Indians hung on there weren't enough entire.
to its one-game lead in the junior
circuit by splitting with the Bos- An all-time record entry of
ton Rdit lositni ^g then win- 1426 golfers has entered for this
ton 2-1Red Sowhlex, losing 5-0 the rk- ear's championship, set for
Yange 2-1 spwhlitherNelwi k Sept. 10th. It will be staged at
Yankees also split after blowing the Saucon Vallev Country Club
a 2-1 lead in the last two innings i Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.
of the opener as the Chicago
White Sox won 3-2 then won the Eleven players are exempt
second game. '.-6. from qualifying, leaving 189
The Washington Sena t ors spots to be filled through the
hammered out 9-3 and 9-1 victo- sectional eliminations. Defend-
ries in St. Louis as Sid Hudson Ing Champ Sam Urzetta of Ro-
and Don Johnson gained easy chester. New York, heads the
victories and Sherry Robertson list of players who automatical-
made six straight hits in the two ly qualify.
The Detroit Tigers blanked the Volcanic Sets Record
Philadelphia Athletics, 6-0. on Volcai St Rc rd
the three-hit pitching of Freddie n W $
Hutchinson while George Kell hit In Winning U50,00
a circuit smash .
Bob Lemon. with relief help Stak FOr 3rd Time
fronim Mlike Garcia, won his 16th
game for Cleveland as Luke CHICAGO, Aug. 27 (UP, Thef
Easter and Sam Chapman pro- passage of time has had little ef-
vided the winning margin in feet on Wamac Farm's Volcanic.
the second game with homers. The big bay six-year-old won
The Red Sox took the opener the .50.000 Meadowland Handi-
wlheni Bill Wight pitched live- cap at Chicago for the third
hit ball to top Bobby Feller who straight time Saturday. In win-
lost his .sixth game. Ted Williams ning. Volcanic tied the American
sparked the Sox with three hits record for one mile and three-
and added two more in the see- sixteenths over a turf course
ond game. which he set in 1949. Volcanic
In Chicago. the White Sox pull- was clocked in 1:54-4-5.
ed out the opener when Eddie Volcanic paid $6.80 $3.60 and
Robinson tied the score at 2-2 in! $2.60. Cuore ran second--one and
the eighth with a homer then goti one-half lengths behind Volcan-
the deriding run in the ninth on' il and Mr. Fox was third.



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Paquetes Capture

Govt. Hoop Loop
(First Half)
Paquetes .......... 6
Bombers .......... 5
Curundu.. .. .. .. .. 5
Rancheros. ........ 3
Eagles.......... .. 3
Balboa Gym ...... .. 2

Balboa G

(Second Half)
Won Los
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. .. .. .. .. 6 2
.. .. .. .. 5 3
os .. .... .. 3 5
ym .. ...... 2 6
. .. .. .. .. 1 7

Larry Jones led his team to vic
tory yesterday afternoon where
the Paquetes bettered Charli
Brown's' Bomoers, 57-50. Thi
game brought to a close a fini
Government League basketball
The Paquetes took the second
half with a record of 7 wins and
one loss. They deserved to wim
the title in every respect. The Pa-
quetes tea mwas made up of suec
hard driving players as Larry
Jones, Louis Dedeaux, B. Gregg
Jennings Turner, Francis Cono-
ver, Dave Kelleher and Ted Meal-
What is more important, they
played as a team, quickly cover-
ing up any weak spots in theli
own defense, and taking full and
swift advantage of any weakness
in their opponents.
Eugene Richter of the Bomb-
ers ended up as high point man
of the league. He finished with a
grand total of 198 points for 16

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2-Don Sizzle $4.20, $3.60.
3-Fonseca $3.
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2-Torcaza $2.80, $2.20.
3-Juan Huincho $2.20.
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3-Aqui Estoy $2.80.
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2-Filigrana $3.80, $3.
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2-Delhi $4.40.
1-Lituana $6, $4.20, $3.
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3-Picon $4.60.
1-Vermont $7.20, $4.20.
2-Glory's Ace $4.
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2-Royal Coup $3.80, $3.80.
3-Grisu $3.40.
Quiniela: (Pinard-Royal Coup)
l-Apretador $9.60, $3.20, $2.80.
2-Hechizo $3, $3.
3-Guarina $3.
One-Two: (Apretador Hechi-
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1-Opex $3.60, $2.20.
2-Cafetal $3.
1-Bijagual $11.60, $3 60 $2.20.
2-Luck Ahead $3.60. $2.20.
3-Don Joaquin $2.20.

Snta Cruz Sports

The rain played havoc with
Santa Cruz Tennis Club's Round
SRibon tournament with all sched-
uled matches except one being
rained out over. the week end.
In the only match of the week
end John Springe scored one of
the major upsets of the tourney,
6-1. 6-3. George Waithe was the
Still smarting from his recent
defeat at the hands of Walker,
Springer exhibited his repertoire
as hlie baffled his opponent with
fine ground strokes and a slow
tricky service.
The next week end matches will
be played on Saturday and Mon-
day as the club will travel to
Camp Bierd-t'ie site of the Ca-
nal Zone Tennis Association


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There were quite a few people in the Garden the ether night
rooting a prize-fight manager home. I don't know when I've seen
that before unless it was the night in Detroit when Jpaiy John.
ston, the old Boy Bandit, then a very sick man, had Iat Pastor
against Joe Louis and was working in the corner despite doctor's
These people in the Garden wanted to see Joey Maxim score
over Spuds Murphy, who had hit the headlines bi by making
Jake LaMotta quit, because of Jack Kearns. They went back a long
way with the Doctor, as Kearns is known for no reason connected
with therapeutics. They knew him when he first hit Sroadway
with a fellow named Jack Dempsey. They know hin as a free-
wheeling convivial stay-out whose disregard for thrift was noto-
The Doctor nmust be playing the calendar in the low 0es now.
It's been a long time since he was a brash, fresh punk out of
Trisco fighting, with something less than phenomenal results,
such lightweights as Aurello Herrera and Dal Hawkins and later
hustling a buck managing fighters you never heard of. Like Kid
Parker, Indian Joe Gregg and Kid Scales.
You even have to be an old-timer to remember when he had
Dempsey. That was more than a quarter century ago. In 1923, to
be specific, when he had him in there with dead-pan Louie Firpo,
a fight that still ranks as the most violent melodrama the ring
has ever known. They had split out before the Tunney fights.
Split out over a doll, glamorous Estelle Taylor of the films, is
the popular version. Looking back, Kearns says, no, he lost his
fighter to Tex Rickard, the famous promoter .. "Was my fault,
too. I was neglecting the job and Rickard stepped in. Never
blamed him too much or Dempsey, either. I asked for it."

Dempsey was an authentic all-time great. I never saw
- a greater heavyweight but I go back only to Jess Willard's time.
n There are older old-timer who put Jim Jeffries and Jack Johnson
e ahead of Dempsey. Maybe so. I wasn't there. It's besides the point,
s anyway. Dempsey, as he so spectacularly demonstrated, had what
* it takes but If it hadn't been for Kearns you might not ever have
1 heard of him.
Not many people seem to remember that Kearns picked
d Dempsey out of a shipyard when he had given up on himself,
d after a clown named Fat Willie Meehan had beaten him and Jim
n Flynn had knocked him out in a round. It doesn't matter greatly
, that this wasn't a legitimate knockout. It was a measure of
S.Dempsey's state of mind that he was willing to go out for spend-
Y ing money.
, Dempsey was as unskilled and unknowing as this felldw
* Murphy is today when Kearns took haUn over and taught him
- how to apply his natural gifts. Like all young fighters, who start
on their own, all Dempsey knew was 'to throw a right,: No. fighter
Y ever got ahead without a good left hand. It la the key punch,
- the punch around which the entire mechanics of boxing is built.
r It's an ancient story how Kearns ltI workouts tcki a punch-
I ing-bag rope and tied Dempsey's right hAnd to his side so he
a would be force to, use his left. This 'was to pay dividends in a
way entirely unforeseen by the ingenious manager. Because he
Didn't have i right to block with, Dempsey began to bob and
i weave to getaway from punches. This was the genesis of his dis-
k tinctive style, a style which was to prove sq difficult to solve
he could quit the ring years later without a scar. As~Gene Tun-
ney once told me .. "I fought him 20 rounds and never landed
a solid punch."
A slight exaggeration. I can still see the solid right Tunney
landed In the center of Dempsey's kisser in the first round Of their
Philadelphia fight. It shook Dempsey to his heels. Much was made
of the psychological effect it had on the defending champion, who
was a 3-to-1 shot. This made interesting reading but actually
Dempsey was so wretched that night and Tunney so superb n0
such intangible could have played a vital part.
Kearns hasn't had Maxim from the start. The Clevelander
was already a pretty good fighter when the Doctor took clSarge.
But there can be no doubt that he helped him considerably. The
mere fact thit Kearns is in your corner gives you an edge. It's
like having Joe McCarthy in the dugout, Ben Jones tra.nini your
horse or Eddie Arcaro riding for you.
Jimmy Johnston used to say there are too many shoemakers
and ribbon clerks handling fighters. Without taking toq frivolous
a view of these noble professions this is nevertheless true. It may
be, and I believe, surely, significant that it was Harry Matthews
who first showed so clearly how to beat the ohe-style Murphy-
and Matthews is handled by the only manager around I rank
with Kearns. Jack Hurley, who goes back to the days of Billy
Murphy is just another sorry example of a fighter who starts
in uneducated hands. At 29 he's too old to make over. In the
beeinn.ng he had everything, a zest for fighting, gameness, a rug-
ged body and power. All this has mostly gone to waste for lack
(; p'opr ,nnllcatilon. If he had started with a Kearns or a Hur-
ley he would be knocking out guys like Maxim every night in
I tle week.


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PanamA Featherweight Cham-
pion Federico Plummer. 129i,
scored an easy unanimous victory
over Ohio tate featherweht
kog Xddie Bun, 125, in 1
fea e 1f-Ia boaut at the
Con 0p Arefia at night before al-
impost 3,000 fans.
Plummer put to good his great
advantage of reach and height in
outtabbing Burgin with his ra-
pier-like left. The 22-year-old
U.S. boy, however, gave a good
account of himself throughout.
Burgin made Plummer min re-
peted,% through the first three
rounds but when the latter found
the range and started bouncing
left Jabe and hooks off Burgin's
face it was clearly evident Bur-
gin's only chance of victory was
a knockout.

The Stateside fighter fought in
flurries and continuously stakled
Plummer seeking an opening for
4 lethal blow, but the local lad
was too shifty and had just too
many guns for the visitor.
At times when Plummer open-
ed up a sustained attack on Bur-
gin it appeared that there would
be a kayo in favor of Freddie but
Plummer failed to even knock
Burglz off his feet.

Carlos Watson gave Joe Andra-
de a baking lemon in the 135-
pound atx-round semifinal. An-
drade'had Watson in bad shape
early in the first round but after
Was recovered he boxed rings
arous4 Andrade, virtually hitting
him !t.wll.

BWpA'Bill took a popular una-
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Miss Marlene Aristizabal, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Aristizabal of Colon, was married to Sergeant
Troy B. Davis, of Fort Davis. the son of Mrs. John Branechy
and the late Mr. Troy Davis of Roanoke, Virginia, Sunday
August 26 at 8:30 a.m. in the Cathedral at Colon. Father
Deiz read the marriage vows.

The bride, who was escorted
and given in marriage by her fa-
ther, was lovely in her gown of
whlie nylon and lace, with a high
neckline of illusion. She wore el-
bow length gloves and carried a
shower bouquet of white rose-
-buds, and her rosary. Her veil of
illusion fell from a coronet of
starched lace and she wore a
string of pearls, a gift. of her mo-
ther, as her only jewelry.
RFer maid of honor was Miss
Flo-'etto Moreno and her brides-
maids were Miss Margaret Joud-
ref and Miss Delsilla Valverde.
The dresses of the maid of honor
and the bridesmaids were balle-
rina length and were fashioned
In yellow, white and pink. Osla-
via Cabrera and Floretto Moreno
,were the flower girls and Frankle
Pie':to was the ring bearer.
r. Raymond Latourneau serv-
the groom as best man and
1tavo Vilialaz, and Carlos Ro-
ttftuez were the ushers. The
,%nsors for the young couple
'Wre Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Ar-
,"zabal, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
ourneau and Mr. and Mrs.
P itafitvoe Sornagne.
After the wedding ceremony an
elaborate wedding mreakfast was
served at the Strangers Club. A
s e-tiered wedding cake was
sergeant and Mrs Davis will
spend a week in Costa Rica be-
fore returning to the Isthmus and
making their home in Coco Soil-
to. The bride chose a gray suit
with black accessories for trav-
Marjorie Gilder Is Wed
To Fobert Gordon
Miss Marjorie Gilder, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Wayne Gilder of
Colon Beach and Mr. Robert
Keith Gordon, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Gordon of Ken-
mOre, New York, were married in
the Bethlehem Chapel of the
Washington National Cathedral,
Friday, August 10 at 7 p.m.
The bride wore a ballerina-
lengtn gown of white embroid-
ered organdy with matching or-
gandy gloves and.a heart shaped
organdy hat with face veil. Her
wedding bouquet was fashioned
of shasta daisies and ivy.
She was attended by Mrs. John
C. Dawson of Ithaca, New York. a
ai~ter of the groom, who was
gowned in coffee-colored print-
ed lace voile, and carried a bou-
quet of daisies and ivy. The best
man was Mr. Walter A. Hamil-
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton of Che-
vy Chase, Maryland, held a small
reception for members of the
wedding party at their home im-
mediately following the ceremo-
Mrs. Gordon was reared on the
Isthmus and studied architecture
at the University of Texas. She
was residing in San Francisco
ptjor to her wedding.
Mr. Gordon was graduated
from Hamilton College where he
VAi elected to Phi Beta Kappa
and from Harvard Business
* bhOol where he was a Baker

Scholar. During World War II he
served as a naval aviator and
later was with the Standard Oil
Company of California. He has
since joined the Petroleum Ad-
ministration for Defense and is
now Assistant to the Deputy Ad-
After a short wedding trip to
Bermuda, they will be at home to
their friends at 3971, Langley
Court, Washington, D.C.
Buffet Supper Party
Honors Vilma Trevia
Miss Haydee Elena Mata, A.,
entertained at the home .o hti
parents Thursday afternoon with
a buffet supper party and kitch-
en shower to honor Miss Vilma
Trevia. Miss Trevia, the daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Silvio Trevia
of Colon, will be married to Mr.
Albert H. Husted of Ancon, on
September 8 in the Church of Our
Lady of the Miraculous Medal in
New Cristobal.

Stociet ** /95,

Effective today Mrs. Milton
Lee Nash returns from vacation
and will again edit the Atlantic
Social notes. All pictures and
items should be sent to her at
Box 195 Gatun. or telephoned to
Gatun 378.

well Glee Club" under the direc-
tion of August Trym.
Isthmian Nurses Association to
Meet at Pacific Sailfish Club
The next meeting of the Isth-
mian Nurses Association will be
held on Wednesday. September 5
at the Pacific Sailfish Club in
Balboa. at 7:30 p.m.
The American Legion has of-
fered the use of their new home
as a monthly meeting place for
the association and members will
vote on this offer at thq meeting.
Dr. Mastellari of Gorgas Hos-
pital will be the guest speaker.
He has chosen "Tuberculosis" for
his topic. All graduate profes-
sional nurses on the Isthmus are
cordially invited to attend.
Family Members to Visit
In Costa Rica and U. S.
Mr. Warren Pucci. consul of
Costa Rica, sailed aboard the
Panama Friday en route to New
York. He was accompanied by his
wife's brother-in-law, Dr. Ricar-,
do Kriebel of San Jos6, Costa Ri-
ca. The two men will motor across
the United States to California
and will be gone from here about
six weeks.
During his absence Mrs. Pucci
and her two children will visit
with members of her family in
Costa Rica.
Informal At-Home For
Richard Sullivan
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Sulli-
van of Cristobal held an Infor-
mal at-home for their son Rich-
ard Thursday evening. Richard,
who sailed Friday to enter school
(Continued on Paxe EIGHT)

Central Theater
Announces New
Sneak Preview


The guest list included Mrs. -
John McLain, Mrs. Ernesto Este- th
noz, Mrs. E, Grimaldo, Mrs. De- li<
Witt Myers, Mrs. George Husted, p]
Mrs. Dora Woodman, Mrs. Ralph tu
Dugas, Mrs. Roberto Tronicoso, on
Mrs. Edward E. Eder, Jr., Mrs. od
Carlos Bieberach, Mrs. Coleman
Sasso, Mrs. Gustavo Villalaz, Mrs.
Orlando Tejeira, Mrs. Carlos Mo-
raJes, Mrs. Marcos Morales, Mrs.
Efrain Calvifio, Mrs. Joseph M.
Watson. Mrs. Alcides Arosemena,
Mrs. Ana Kytan, Mrs. Frank A.
Rudolph, Mrs. Everardo Urriola,
Mrs. Frank Brennan and the
Misses Lilia Judith and Querube
Arosemena, Gloria Castillo, Thel-
ma Herrera, Blanca and Yolanda
Beverhqudt, Tita Montoya Trevia,
Delsa Garuz, Edith Caries, Luz-
mila Vargas, Aura and Delia Del-
gado, Josefina Oses, Bertilda
Jaen, Vilma Morales, Finita Co-
rrea, Cuqui Boyd, Henita Gonza-
lez, Yolandita Pefiaherrera, Chi-
chita Ibafiez, Gaby M6ndez, Ma-
ria and Estehta Grimalau and
Judith M6ndez.
Margarita Men's Fellowship
To Meet Tonight
Mr. Lesleigh Davis, executive
secretary of the Cristobal YMCA.
will be the guest speaker at the
monthly dinner meeting of the
Men's Fellowship of the Marga-
rita Union Church will be held at
6:30 p.m. today at the Margarita
Clubhouse. Dinner will be served
preceding the meeting.
Mr. Davis will speak on "A Lay-
man's responsibility to tLie
Church." Two travelogue pic-
tures "Week End in Bermuda"
and "Wings to Ireland" will be
shown after the talk by Mr. Davis.
Cristobal Men's Fellowship
To Meet Wednesday
The Wednesday evening meet-
ing of the Men's Fellowship of
the Cristobal Union Church will
be "ladies' night" and all of the
members are requested to bring
their wives. The meeting will be
held at the church at 7:30 p.m.
After the meeting there will be
songs by members of the "Rock-

The Central Theater has an-
ounced for tonight, starting at
00 o'clock, another of their al-
'ady famous "Sneak Previews."
As in previous instances since
he sneak features were estab-
shed. the theater management
promises that its "mystery plc-
ire" will be a sensational' hit
ne of the' arcat.est super-pro-
uctions of the season.

Titi*ph Of J .es Cal .
A Tiupsday ?4 e C1.00 -IO
.m i"T~

JAMS tCAGNEY gets Vmnne 'by Ward Bond, a s Brbar Payton
and Barton MacLaune look oi% in the Wamrner "aa. .elea' "Kiss
ToMotrrw Goodbye," opening Thurs~dy at thi Pentral T eatre.

NEA Staff Correspoident

(For Erskine Jobhnson. who Is on
People see me on the' street
sometimes and look at me curi-
ously. I dress informally. Almost
sloppily sometimes.
They point at me and say "Is
that Gene' Evans. the guy who
wahin 'The Steel Helnet'?" They
dop't seem to figure a moVie ac-
tor could look like me.,
It"' got a long histgr.
I knocked around.for a long
time and don't feel 'too comfOrt-
able An fancy clothes. I like. It
free .and easy. I've always had'
trouble with clothes.. *
Three years ago. when I was
taking any job I could get ,yi
hands on (as usual) to keep Wet-
ing, I landed what I thought was
the greatest opportunity of all
This was 1':, I thought. It was
a chance to play four parts at
once in an English farqp called
"Tons of Money."
I played a minister, a young
English nobleman, a Mexlouiu i,,O
an American insurance broier
all in the same play. I was sure
movie jobs would fall on me like
I needed clothes.
This was in Pasadena. I went
to a merchant I knew there and
talked him oat of a gray suit and
a blue suitI-cuffe. The play went
on. Nqpdlef to ay.I uwai a smash
hf6N WavesW. But offers eof anw
Jobs? Not one!

mr. Wilon Loe Nah
Gealun jelephonm Galuit 378

Mr3s. cfleae

Ty, omgeave

I started avoiding that suit
mL.U. A10&., a long u le 1coului'
avoid him any mere. He was very.
nice about it, so I asked if I could
work it off. worked putting!
tags on suits fortabout 40 hours
When the sale came off the
poor guy must -have lost hun-
dreds of dollar#. Every customer
W1o asred aoot, a sul; was met
by A. frantic' salman who took
the suit off his I ck anti into thet
back room be~odethe price was 1
wrong. * .
Three yearsrter.--three.pnd a
half weeks ago, in." d- paid
the man what I l*ed him. Plus
an extra. $100 to keep his friend-
But, that's nly -one story..
Later, as the old career began
to bubble a little. I had to dress
up real pretty fo a premiere of
"A4signed to Danger.''0 I had StarringJ'
earned some dough by then and
Invested I17 1 P,9Model A Ford. TI! T t iRod,.O.'gn
loved that Ford. but I knew I'd I SC A ra M
have to hide i, In the parking anirrd Th EMME KELL
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144.00 7134
144.00 7234
144.00 7334
144.0 7434
144.00 7534
144.00* 7634
144.00 7734
144.00 7834
144.00 7934

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4025 480.00 4027
i 402G 480.00 4028

40.00 4029
480.00 4030

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48s.00 4031 480.00 4033 480.00 I 43 4. 4038 400.0 44.0 46. | 4842
480.00 4032 480.00 2 4 40.0 4037 40.0 439 40.00 4041 4.00 4043

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U 19.00 73 28 sdM -6 7""2.01792 10.0I882.0 I i16.89..14 17M 00 0 7908 34 1 26.0 .

S35 8 I .1 832. 7 9. 839 20.0 83319 M. 1 8334 M.M 83 M1.M 830 M.1 830 1.0 80142 M.
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Prize-winning numbers of vesterday'i Lotterv drawing were sold: 1st and 2nd in Panami; Srd in Chiriqui.
The nine hundred whole tickets ending in 4 and not bluded In the above list win Forty-Elght I~llar (48.) each
The whole tickets have 48 pieces which comprise the two series "A" and "W'"
Signed y: HOMERO VELASQUB Governor of the Provjnce of Panama.
HUMBERTO PAREDLI C., Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.

; WITNESSES: Robert C. Werner-Cdd. No. BA-uT +
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bout how large a force could be landing supplies matB
airborne In future wars but he deep penetrations lntU
pointed out that whole corps territory.


sgs--I-NN.. -tei BW US >Wr Games Since 1945
l sehaw e a et w A Stats t o- per be attended by up -- o -
oep or a timbers of the Inter CAMP MacKALL, N.C, Aug. 27 ( -P)- A paratrooper fighters for air support until
A Le 4hS-' Club Sand SB plummeted to his death when his eme eicy chute opened too midwa the exere when
iNreryOomzmtde ...three went over to the U.,
sttu.Been at the home t Mrs. late yesterday in the final airborne w ltA:lof exercise Southern Ninth Air Force to simulate a
otIte r dade fB ernandez In Can- Pines. shift in air asuperiority.
A attend ill beMr. W. of staRf of United ts eat he dierwill Thirty-eight other men suffered injuries mosdy minor, in maneuver was the close coordin-
i 5sSaIsit ei Sl iNiAg Ci e ave a 4inne -. regorlo Miro 0Coimitt- the drop as the largest maneuver since W.rld War 11 drew to ation of the air-ground team.
Of st AmeAM c and ana- o ud at the- Army nd ans to va nd Using refinements of tactics
b. d4. 4w 30 f or a vacation i ae n employed In Korea, the Ninth
t oer w V take place In Eighty-four parateopers were hurt in yesterday's drops. Air Force and the Third Army
the embassy reasuden on La 8:0.B ; he N Wives Soil Total casualties for the maneuver exceeded 3.000 includ- worked closely and placed fight-
...st 0Wer plane rapidly on enemy tar-
Casts iis genin0 at :00. JomuOhnston, ho 'The Non-CommIsioned Offl- ing 14 deaths. gets throughout the exercise.
trl Gie .la to hn h e = he their monthly B OM for Aside fromA t inge e- mande l'e,. as 'the best I The airborne envelopment
tnwas gustI buor ioy &t i aoe igbers and their houaboads in trooper's death faIl lut de4 by hae mever sn 0. In the ited Staes since
5 th luneOn givenn by a group e cubroom recently. The Vuer- an esUmated 300 it and cA- T e "sOr. cored g 1neu- Wor War and Statemployed
0 Tlends the Union Club an RIcan ladles were in cha of villain observers, uv irec- the heaviest equipment yet
W. nd aturdy bout twenty guests diner at which typical tor were enthusiastic today in rer to give U.S. forc ed n air drope t yet
_g a ofwae pnwere o tita luncheon. Spanish dishes were serv Af- proclaiming the twoweek ezer- re alt per.ence. ed In air drops.
Sta ewt dinner bingo and canasta ese In which 110,000 troop.p te oeiion anyr d It introduced or thete efiyroutrst time
officers I wa R ,, the 3Mrs. 0 o oU Is the formerWer dnerye. Sergeant anlras cipatedaa dist4int ueomarted 'is Opposition and It introduced for the/first time
5 efler W oga [r ed. Sergeant Rensra tolerated a distinct suc , without t intervention of the light assault transport plane.
W adaugh e terta ned the Eroup 0W mu Lt. Gen. Je I Niedg might have driven in- which lands on any .kind of
ab ' Vlar&r, ad la te gleletion onthe -Third Army commander i tin tank columns cleared terrain Immediately be-
came-d, to yt9-sitDI pa W tai, maneuver direeter, said the ,and e ded the mock war, hind the troopers and diasgorges
Iwhilehen.wsbr. A xlayMeig great airborne envelopment Forces at his disposal were the jeeps and weapons for instant
I he hr ln brt me usbnd. eg rn Auailir Meetil tiactls employed in the lost 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment deployment.
he re n her and a The regular monthly two days furnished the answer and the 11th Airborne Regimen- The assault plane In combin-
Little Rock. Arkansas, whehe of O ares Riwr Unit N. to hitherto perplexing prob- tal combat team. ation with the 0-119 Flying Box-
SIs doctor specallling in i er- Amercan Legion auxiliary. will lems of supporting boe in- He had four squadrons of car, which paradrops equipment
L._,__ ____ ,______I" "be held In the Legion hAll in pantry dropped
f W, *MW JACOB.' BReturng today, The chairman requests that all learned how to g in heavy
Written for Ng Service Aboard 8 .. Lritobal mnembersi attend. supportingr weapons and vehl-
S8 Lowrywieto t nltMO asClub l forimediate use by par- Tod ayiis 1W-i. I !"
SL 1 r t H it Colonel Loawry 0 Astotat9:0 O m aMa a tihMeeting The 82nd Airborne Division on-
NWOT is Her ick Heights with her tw Members of the EeCarutiv listed man who died wasrd one Qfm ST
44 gtts efe Boaidof theo Woman's 1800 troopers who floated downAP MIL
... QJ S n-tA t t -*. tibrwi L meet on Wednesday oln a sandy and Air Force n of- the

*rl"" aa1s yg.y Agt *o
The te include Ann or. Au t at 9:00. Camp Mackall area yesterday

S1a On theame ship rI.son E alWs WVin earlier he might have been tiI 1AJ L PK
S105 .ruer of Anoon. wholIs return- rmp Club tirt reinforce the 4,000 who went iI I START MY AY
W T Ing froan oa w York after a Mor- Memtroopber of the Caribbean He plummeey

4 AJ5 s KQ7 1 ca iony Morelyv Mary w e en h ERBRTM. a a e m 0d earthward frromve SV opTH IMUM A0F, 0POSeASTIES

caaa Mtion y Pof d Richard Ab- briel of Colonb, w igtherf Aug. othe ground and lgaed. a / T T A 0
6AS &ct9 AJ 10n former home In Rwichmond, Vtr Meeting at 7:00 this evening InCaC-46 Commandobeforeagasp- I EA A 6 ./ CORN FLAIKES, UTTEREP
1064 *5 t Wtersorge Chapel, i ln Hoapi Divisiowdincluding Hodge and BREAKFAST!

81 ore Dae Shore Irwin HABo Mr. and Mrs. R. J. n of were 88 other cuies mostly
Iis bday Sppper /" Blboa. Following the meeting
n both sd10es are bddng Frank No thble Wither l Pe Colon a daughter Aug. 21byt min n yesterday droPo To on packagegivetheentirefamily
VI Cvin entertained with a buffet
k mad K oten supper in honorDavid Alb her sonneth orgas Hospital. The managed to get his emeren ovaritiofnourihing i favorite choice of cel t
ceto sett or a ure pro ha on his birthdayer Ray I y Waldo 13h te open only somewhat BREA in POT-TEN 10 breakfa Try me today

tont w of course, to e Tuckert Fred Lee and Murray B.Margrta a daughter Aug. h her than the 1 to 1.4 per
Sto.ea.ut ItsTeven mor he Flk. 21 ncludedat CoAnnoon Hospita ceent normally expected an 7 rt se
14 RN 34l mn/ Sli.sheila raron, kayl oV iirn- -earlier he might have been
S bleto with a Shaw, Joann Mr. and Mrs. D saved.
I si l beaus you're too Na o y Welver ity a son. Aug. 22 While the paratroopers another
SLertonhda art, May Adat Color- Hospita was t he only one attribis emer uted to
ibet rule is to bid asony nat- Mary orI Garvil BTHER NT,. Mr. and Mrs. "open fromsba to 100 eet above
urae -i-nthesestua- In cTellebration of o her dahter John br of CoSlvon dghter Aug. t he ground and lived.
os.Do. nyouhave botod Ken Withers George Chapel, Aug. 22 at ColonHospi tal. Division officer June when troope
de eep b i d Shore Dave in avShore Irwin OA- AU Mr. and Mrs. Prs. of were other cgan uatles, mosr the exly
When both sides are biddingve pFranrty Noat leHol presidency, Carlon the tColon, a daughter, Aug. 212 at mercse. Thyesterday's drop.te uPoToationl packages gve the entire family
away like mad you often get tse avid Albrit today Kenneth Hospital. Thndery on Aught the total to o of 7 varieties of nourishing favorite choice of cereal at
chance to settle for sure proal-23tman. Lior Ray Y. Mr. and Waldo 123 for two days somewhat A in POST-TENS 10 breakfast Try some today
It doesn't pay. of course,, to sell Tuckr, Fred Lee aid Murray of Margarita, a daughter. Aug. higher than the It to1. per
out too cheap-but ts even more Falk. 21hostess H Coln Hospital. cent normally expeW in an 7vedetles-
Todass simply beaun lyoun or te .ted of Sibylver City a sMssonay.. Aug. 22 While the paratrooper's deathcured
avereed played. atheraty at Colon Hospital. was the only one attributed to
the exper to bid as nt-for Glere onne Bramlettn PHENS. Mr. and lines. "combat" operations n the a-
uraily dna noie In these situa- In celebration of her daughter, John E. -of Silver City a son, never, there were 13 other
tdim. Doideal w hen you haves good Jlorian Evelyn's fifth birthday, Aug. 22 at Colon-HopNital deaths after une 5 when troops
deev ; keep bidcludingour ranenber Drvinck avetger LPRINGER. Mrichand 54rs. of ship-rt began to urope t hes all drovex-
tru s imay prodofuce a trnsive party t thel residence on the ton of Panam, a son, Aug. 22 at ercise. The exercise itself gotand
with passing our diamonds. Eas hrto th Naval Disoetrict Friday, A or, comm underway n Aug Brig. en.
might then bid five clubs-an .usan Hon. fBarbara Janow BROWN. Clarene.P. H.18, of La Othery J. "Idearon Jaw" eyer or
an expert East would make that and Candy Logan. Boca, onAu. 23 at at Ho s a ings, vehicle accidents lightningry
contract. I upect that mot hostess Hospital. and polio
Today and las lesson for was Assisted by M r Fay. Zuffiga. As the paratroopers secured
erage players wouldthan for luded among the guest their oitio behind emy

clubs a very difficult contract. for ,
the expert. W doubles four were Yvonne Bramlett. Reina Deaths lines, the 28th and 43rd Divisions, "'
dia pind b6Cal he has good Jones, Susan Frankenberg, Cui e National Guard outfits slated to
yields a far s-inludirer g profit. our Frankenberg. t's N ice oth Metger, PRINGER, Richard, 54. of ship to Europe this fall. drove
trumli that may produce a trick Nancy Schroll, Cathy Schroll, Silver City. Aug. 20 at Colon Hos- westward toward a ihnkup anti
soheto declarer In any case. comboe, Jan a Hightowier. Karen CONSTANTINE, Mary. 73, of gressor force.
some experts mucht et awayMacDonaldJudy u g h tr, Colon. Aug.21 at Gorgas Hopi- dgedescribed the Aggress-
with passing four diamonds. last Christine Enloe, Lynn Holladay, tal. or, commanded by Brig. Gen.
might then bid five clubs--and Hn .en, Barbara Janowitz BROWN. Clarence, 1,. of La Henry J. "Iron Jaw" Meyer, for-

an East-WEstwould game at clubs.
West opens thate king of clubs
against four Idiamonda, hfoldingve
the trick. He sees the singfltc ont .
spadybe in they'd make Itmy and actsy-

y ields a far surer profit. What's No othe tooth paseammoe ruffingnlated
more, if th e E ast-West cards a trump

at the second trick. ll bring
West staps up with the Jack of |-ADA
san ut-Wes n ad me d at clubs.
WeThat oens the kingthreat of a clubspae
and leads a secondspade, where-olding

upoad the defenders win and re-acts
turomptly to clubs. South must ruffing
and lead a third spade. The de-
fenders merely continue clubs to O H PE
make declare ruff a second time.
SoBy thwins time eclarer has ond trump
s many trumpleads a second spade, where- can
ponever bring in a spade trick, butandre-

is limited to his six trumps. South
ors. Thatms perfectly good value to
for a somewhat doubtful game
at clubs. I'll take 600 points every
day of the week.



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FOR SALE: 9 cu. ft. 25 cycle,
Coldspot. 25 cycle turntable. Rot-
ton livingroom set, matching
drapes. Mahogany diningroom
table with 4 chairs. 9 x 12 rush
rug. All in good condition. Rea-
sonably priced. Phone Balboa, 2-
1054. House 725-A, Cocoli after
5 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Deep Freeze, 6 cu. ft.
Leonard (Nash Kelvinotor). 60
cycle, perfect condition. Phone
25-3679, Qtr. B-26 Ord. Dept.
Naval Station, Rodman C. Z.
FOR SALE:-1948 7.5 cu. ft. refri-
gerator, 25 cycle. Will trade for
60 cycle. Phone 25-3712.

No. 4 Fourth of July Ave.
Phone 2-9441

10.059 MIelmdex Ave.
Phopr- 55-Col6n.

FOR SALE:--1950 Oldsmobile #88
4 door sedan with all accessories,
$2,000.00. 827-D. Empire St.,
Balboa, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Pontiac Sedan 1949,
block, 4-door, 8 tube radio and
new seat covers. 17,000 actual
miles. In new car condition inside
and out. Give away price of only
$1,450.00 and duty paid. This is
the car buy of the year. May be
seen by appointment at the Ft.
Davis Exchange Garage, phone Ft.
Davis 467.
FOR SALE:-1941 Ford $300. Good
tires, motor. Box 85, Diablo. Phone
2-2810 3:30 to 4:30 weekdays.

S ALE FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Special, 4
FOR AL door, radio, new tires, $1,700. Call
oats & Motors 273-3296, 2-1847 after 4 p. m
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 2-door se-
FOR SALE: One 1-4 H. P. 25 dan, 1939, tires and car in very
cycle motor, $12.50 one 1-3 H. good condition, duty paid. $250
P. 25 cycle motor, $20.00, bne 00. Call Cristobal 3-1571.
1.4 60 cycle motor, $15.00, one -
1-2, 60 cycle motor $20.00. WANTED
Phone Balboa 2-2663.

FOR SAL:E WANTED: Cool cholet or apart-
ment, consisting of livingroom.
Motorerc le' diningroom, 2 bedrooms, 2 bath-
---- rooms and maid's quarters. Call
FOR SALE: -' Cushman "Husky" 31 2-2103 from 8-9 a. m.
-61L -fV-t- \ d --I

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condition. New. tires. See anytime. -
718-B, Prado, Balboa. Senators Say Taft

HeloWanted Seeks Republican
WANTED:-Maid for light house- Presidential Nod
work and core baby. Must live in.
Apply Fuller Brush Store, No. 18
"J" street, Panama. WASHINGTON. Aug. 27 (UP)
-Fellow senators said yesterday
they are convinced that Sen.
-g Robert A. Taft, R., 0.. Is an
active and eager candidate for
Radio Programs the Republican Presidential no-
mination next year despite Taft's
Your Community Station own disclaimers.
These Senators see considera-
8G 8 OH O i ble parallel.between the Ohioan's
New England speaking tour last
# G -'.8 I week and a similar swing he
.. I- made across the country late in
Where 100.000 People Meet 1947 as a prelude to announcing
his candidacy for the 1948 nom-
Presents i-nation.
As he did in 1947. Taft said last
Today, Monday. Aug. 27 week he isn't a candidate yet but
would become one if it ap.ners
that a majority of his party
P.M. wants him.
3: U--Collector's Corner Friends had no doubt he would
4:00--Music Without Words find enough such sentiment to
4:15-David Rose Show convince him. He acknowledged
4:30--What's Your Favorite that he has to make up his mind
6:00-Lean Back and Listen by January to get into some of
6:15-Evening Salon the Presidential preference pri-
7:00-MARK TRAIL KEL- marines.
LOGGS Sen. Leverett Saltonstall. R..
7:30-Sports Review Mass.. meanwhile, predicted that
7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan I Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower will
8:00-News and Commentary, get the GOP Presidential nomin-
Raymond Swing (VOA) action if he announces for it
8:15-Plattei Parade (VOA) "four or five months" in advance
8:45-Battle Report (VOA) of the Republican convention
9:00-Story U.S.A. (VOA) next July.
9:30-Commentator's D i g e st
(VOA) Saltonstall said that the Re-
9:45--Sports Tune of Day and publicans have the best chance
News (VOAl to win with Eisenhower.
10:00-The World At Your Win- Sen. Paul H. Douglas. D.. Ill.,
dow (BBC) who has bluntly rejected talk of
11:00-The Owl's Nest himself for the Democratic Pres-
Midnight-Sign Off idential nominatio.i., said it look-
ed to him as if Taft "is moving
Tomorrow, Tuesday. Aug. 28 in under the mistletoe" ready to
A.M. be kissed by political fortune.
6:00---Sign On Alarm Clock Sen. Robert S. Kerr, D., said
Club he is convinced that Taft is a
7:30-Morning Salon candidate on the strength of a
8:15-News iVOA) slip of the tongue Taft made at
8:30-Crazy Quilt Portland, Me., when he said
8:45-Hawalian Harmonies that, if the Republicans get out
9:00-News and work "there isn't and doubt
9:15-Sacred Heart Program of my election."
9:30-As I See It Taft quickly corrected himself
10:00-News to say th he meant there is
10:05-Off the Record no doubt that we (the Republi-
11:00-News cans) can win.
11:05--Off the Record ____--___-
11:30-Meet the Band Hil
12:00-News Hearings On WiI
12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music H e
1:00-News Of W. ears
1:15-Personality Parade
1:45-Rhythm and Reason Sta In
2:00-A Call From Les Paul States
2:15--Date for Dancing
2:30-Spirit of the Vikings LOS ANGELES, Aug. 27 (UP)
2:45-Battle of the Bands Probate hearing, on the will of
3:00-All Star Concert Hall William Randolph Hearst, dis-
3:15-The Little Show posing of the publishing empire
3:30--Let's Dance valued at 200 million dollars,
4:00-Radio University valued at 20 milon dollars,
4:15--Promenade Concert were scheduled to start here to-
4:30-What's Your Favorite day.
6:00-PANA M U S I C A STORY The publishers widow Mrs.
TIME Millicent Willson Hearst peti-
6:15-Evening Salon I tioned the probate court for
7:00-Master ot Lall antrae "reasonable" support from his
(BBC) estate pending a settlement of
7:30-PABST SPORTS REVIEW the Hearst holdings.
7:45-Jam Session The will gave her $1,500,000
8:00-NEWS (VOA) to be used in taxes to settle the
8:45-Time for Business (VOA) estate, and she is to share in
9:00-Symphony Hall the income trom the 6 million
9:30-Commentator's Digest dollar trust fund.
(VOA) I According to the will, control
;45-Sports World and Tune of of the Hearst publications be
Day (VOA) turned over to the five sons of
10:00-HOTEL EL PANAMA the publisher who died Aug. 14.
10:15-Musical Interlude Charitable, scientific and li-
10:30-Variety Bandbox (BBC) terary organizations were given
11:00-The Owl's Nest various bequests.
12;00-Sign Off The administrators of the
estate denied the validity of the
Explanation of Symbols: agreement purporting to give
VOA-Voice of America control of the Hearst properties
BBC-British Broadcas ting to Marion Davis. former actress
Corp. I and Hee-rst's confidante for
RDF-Radlodiffusion Francalse many years.

No. u Wea 12th Street.

No. 51' "R" Street-Panamn
No. 12.179 Central Ave.-ColoI.

Do you have a drinking problem?
Write Alcoholics AaonymioIe
Box 2031 Ancon, C. Z.
We notify our aviculturist custom-
ers thdt we have just received a
new shipment of the insurmount-
able Ful-O-Pep feed which is on
sole at the "Molino Criollo," No.
61 "'" Avenue. The prices, any
kind, in 100 Lb. sack $6.70. 25
lb. sock $1.70.
SUMMER SPECIAL Cold Wave, $7.50.
Why have a home' permanent?
with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, and no guar-
antee when you can have a
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will last longer...and
look better! These can be had
Monday thru Thursday. Make your
appointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboo Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.

FOR SALE: Doberman pinschers
blacks-reds. Cristobal 3-1284.
FOR SALE:-Camera Speed Graphic
and complete processing, outfit,
Circular saw 12" floor model, at-
tachments; Bond saw 14"; Work-
bench, compressor, tool chest; C02
Fire Extinguishers, steel dining
table, Q. M. mattress and spring;
PoFter cable belt sander 1-2 H. P.
25 cycle motor. Ironrite automa-
tic ironer; Speed boot 20' x
6' 3" x 1' x4"; mahogany
construction, new. 757-D, Barneby
St. Balboa. Phone 2-1714.
FOR SALE:- Two 9.2 cu. ft. Deep
Freeze Units. Telephone 4-180.
FOR SALE:-22 Col. Marlin Rifle,
39-A, must sell, $40.00. 107-B
Pedro Miguel, C. Z. Phone 4-506.
FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot ma-
chine, Underwood typewriter,
youth's bed, baby crib, stroller.
Phone 916 Colon.

Atlantic Society...
(Continued from Page 6)
at Clemson College, South Caro-
lina, was outstanding in sport
activities at Cristobal High School
and was company commander of
a unit in the Cristobal High
School R.O.T.C. program.
Among the friends of the fam-
ily who called during the evening
were Mr. and Mrs. Luke Palum-
bo, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter,
Jr., Miss Virginia Ryter, Mrs. Ada
Lee Woods, Mr. Bremer Jorstad,
Mr. Paul Moser and Mr. R. Brians.

Rainbow Girls to Sponsor
Party Friday Evening
Members of the Order of the
Rainbow for Girls, Cristobal As-
sembly No. 2 will sponsor an eve-
ning of fun at the Gatun Mason-
ic Temple, Friday evening from
7:30 until 11 o'clock Games and
dancing will be enjoyed during
the evening. Members of the De-
Molay with their dates and Rain-
bow Girls will have a slumber
party at the Temple. Mrs. B. Don-
ald Humphrey, Mother Advisor Is
in charge of arrangements.

'Mrs. Frank Esteq and Son
Arrived Wednesday
Mrs. Frank D. 'stes returned
to the Isthmus Wednesday via
P.A.A. after a six-week visit in
the States. She was accompanied
by her son Mr. Earl Williams and
his two young sons Michael and
Larry. Mrs. Estes also visited her
son-in-law and daughter Mr. and
Mrs. William R. Miller of Paris,

Mrs. Baas to Return
September 1
Mrs. N. J, Baas, wife of the
manager of the Royal Nether-
lands Line, with their four chil-
dren will return to the Isthmus,
September 1. They will travel
aboard the M.S. Willemstad and
are returning from a vacation
spent In Holland.
Duplicate Bridge at
Margarita Tonight
Duplicate bridge games will he
played at the Margarita Club-
house at 7:30 p.m. today. All
couples who are interested are in-
vited to attend.
Winners of last week's games
were: North and South, 1st, Ju-
lius Loeb and W. E. Gibson; 2nd,
Mrs. Harry Green and Col. H. A.
Greene; 3rd, Mrs. Edward Mills-
paugh and Mrs. Irl Sanders. Jr.;
4th, Miss Jeane Doby and Mrs.
Garland Orr. East and West win-
ners: 1st, Mrs. Julius Loeb and O.
O. Brown; 2nd, Mrs. Walter Skels-
taitis and Mrs. George D. Poole.
Jr., Mrs. J. A. Cunnlngham and
Mrs. R. B. Ward.



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India Draws Up Own

Jap Treaty As US

Draft Is Refused

NEW DELHI, Aug. 27 (UP) -
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh-
ru told Parliament' here today
that India would make her own
peace treaty with Japan because
the Anglo-American draft treaty
would aot contribute to stable
peace in the Far East.
Nehru said he regretted the
United States' "premature pub-
lication" of the exchange of notes
S(Lween India and America on
the Japanese treaty which show-
ed all the reasons for India's de-
clining to attend the San Fran-
cisco conference next month.
Nehru was cheered in the
House when he made the state-
ment giving all the reasons for
India's stand against the Anglo-
American draft treaty for Japan.
India raised the question of
Red China's absence from Jap-
anese treaty planning and ob-
jected to the treaty provisions
that would leave Formns'sp fui-
ture undecided and strip Japan
of the Ryukyu and Bonm islands.
India also complained at treaty
authorization for foreign troops
to stay in Japan after the treaty
is ratified.
American officials said the
Indian decision to stay away
from the peace conference was
not "realistic."
The Indian government was
said to feel that if India atten-
ded the conference and did not
sign the treaty her altitude
would be misconstrued as follow-
ing the Soviet line.
The view of this government is
that India's rejection of the in-
vitation actually may strengthen
Moscow's position at the peace
treaty conference. Soviet dele-
gate Andrei A. Gromyko can
point to 'the absence of India
and Burma as "proof" that 'the
treaty is not popular with Asia-
tic powers.
For this reason, the State De-
partment particularly welcomed
the decision of Indonesia to at-
tend the conference although it
is not known whether that coun-
try will sign the treaty. Other
Asian countries lined up to attend
are Pakistan, Ceylon, Viet Nam,
Laos. Cambodia and, of course,

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tons: 1) that Mrs. Dee pay the
Registrar of the Court a fine of
$2.000 within 30 days from the
entry of the judgment: 2) that
the -defendant leave the Canal
Zone within 60 days; 3) that she
be guilty of no offense within a
three-year period.
The Judge, before passing sen-
tence, said that although he un-
derstood Mrs. Dee was a mother.
the fact that she took money
from the United States govern-
ment could not be overlooked.
He pointed out that he knew of
no case where an accused person
had been given any better coun-
sel than had Mrs. Dee. He highly
commended Attorney Woodrow
de Castro for his handling of the
case, and said:
"You, as a lawyer, are a credit
to the legal profession."
Judge Hancock went on to say
that Mrs. Dee did not only com-

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mit one act, but daily, dishonest
acts which were continuously re-
peated over a period of three
He said he failed to understand
her plan and her scheme to
blackmail the good reputation of
her superior by blaming him for
her own dishonest acts.
After discussing the two alter-
natvles given by the Judge, with
the defendant and her husband,
De Castro asked the Judge to take
into consideration that the fi-.
nancial situation of Mr. Dee was
not too good.
He suggested a possible reduc-
tion of the fine to $1,000.
But Judge Hancock replied that
it was ot the amount involved,
but the gravity of the offense,
and set the fine at $1,500.
Mrs. Dee had been found guilty
by a jury last Thursday after a
trial which lasted one week. Sev-
eral .)jurs had recommended

Israel Wellchansky, character
actor and mimic ot the English
and .Yiddish stage will arrive in
Panama this week as astop-over
on his Latin American tour.
Sunday night he will be seen
at the Beneflcencia Israellta de
Panama at 8:30. He brings to the
concert platform something new
and different in the realm of ar-
tistic entertainment.
Welichanaky. who has been
enthusiastically received by au-
diences in the States from coast
to coast, has given many Town
Hall. Carnegie Hall, and Madi-
son Square Garden performan-
ces and has been acclaimed as a
superb interpreter of Jewish folk
lore and of the contemporary
Jewish scene.
The program was arranged
through the cooperation of the
Jewish Cehter Lecture Bureau of
the National Jewish Welfare
Board in New York.

PC Board Changes

Meeting Place

To Washington

Plan* for holding the next
quarterly meeting of the Board
of Directors of the Panama Ca-
nal Company in the Canal Zone
early next month 'have been
changed and the meeting will be
held instead in Washington, D.C.,
it wae announced today at Bal-
boa Heights.
The meeting, which will be
the first for the Board Mtnce the
Canal Company -was formed, is
scheduled for September 17, on9
week later h_;QriJlnally.an-
upd; GovernOr Necomner, Presi-
dent of the CQmpany. plans to.
attend and will leave shortly be-
fore the meeting.

Isthmian Delegations

Arrive in NY For

VFW Encampment
NEW YORK. Aug. 27. (UP) -
The Panamanian and Canal
Zone delegation arrived here to-
day for the 52nd annual en-
campment of the Veterans of
Foreign Wars.
Department Commander E. J.
Eglinton, Chief of Staff W. E.
Rahte and Staff Sergeant R. N.
Barrett, along with Panaman-
ian consul Gu llermo de 'la
Guardia. will present Mottas'
Monticristi original Panama hat
to Governor Dewey In a brief
ceremony Wednesday.
Eglinton expects to present the
Canal Zone Anti-Aircraft Civil-
ian auxiliary program to the
VFW convention for approval.
The delegation plans to parti-
cipate In Tuesday's parade with
a float bearing Panamanian se-

Radioactive Tests
Spot Tire Wear

BRECKSVILLE, 0., ,Aug. 27
(UP) Rubber research scien-
tists have devised a new test us-
ing radioactive phosoh o r o u s
from Oak Ridge to check the
tread wear of tires.
Instead of conducting the
usual costly and time consum-
ing road tests with large fleets
of cars and trucks. Dr. William
L. Davidson. director of physi-
cal research at the B. F. Good-
rich research center, uses "hot"
tires and a small geiger counter
to determine the amounts of
rubber worn off under varying
Dr. Davidson explained that
there are no completely satisfac-
tory laboratory tests for check-
ing tire tread wear. Whereas on
actual road tests a tire must be
run at least 5.000 miles to ob-
serve measurable wear. he said,
a radioactive tire need be run
only 200 miles before starting
these tests, and obtaining data

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YONKERS, N. Y., Aug. 27, (UP)
-Bernarr MacFadden, 85-year-
old physical culturist. parachut-
ed into the chilly Hudson river in
his long red underwear yester-
day to demonstrate that old age
Is just a bad habit."
MacFadden, a licensed pilot
who made his first parachute
jump to celebrate his 81st birth-
day and second wedding anni-
versary two years ago, leaped
from a red Stinson monoplane at
5:15 p.m.
"I feel like a million," he said.
"I'm 83 but I feel like I'm 25."
MacFadden dropped a dummy
parachute before he jumped. His
parachute billowed, In the clear
air and popped taut. He was a
spectacular sight under the can-
opy in his red underwear and
red socks. He wore no shoes.
Two minutes after jumping,
the perennial muscle man
splashed into the water near Al-
pine, N.J. He landed on his back
25 feet from shore, and when he
righted himself his life ,preserver
made him appear to be. stand-
leveral boats rushed, to pluck
him from the river. but MacFad-
den stayed in the water for a.
few minutes chatting with the
occupants of the boats. He was
taken from the water shottly af-
ter 5:30 p.m. and-was caLtried by
boat to it yacht olub at Engle-
Wood. N,J.
His. wife, Mrs.,. Jonnie Lee
MacFad~deh, 45, whon he nmar-
ried when he' was 80, was not at

the sidelines to 4heer his latest
feat. He said she stayed, home
because she did not approve of
what he was doing.
There was not much of a crowd
on hand to watch MacPadden.
Before MacFadden parachuted
he explained the purpose of lis
"I am determined," he said,
"to demonstrate the safety of
parachutes over water to our new
airmen. They'll believe me where
they might doubt their sergeant.
"What we need Is more youth
and fewer wheelchairs around
the country. Old age Is just A
bad habit," he declared.
MacFadden originally planned
to parachute into the Niag4ra
river rapids below Niagara Falls,
but red tape official Warnings
causedhim to change -his mind.
His leap was the latest of many
feats performed during bis long
life. He started an annual 325-
mile hike from New York City to
his health resort' at Danville,
;.Y., and ate health tas dUr-
ing the- lng walk. ;
Born In a two-room ecabthiin
Missouri, MacPadden was the
son of a man who drankhimself
to death. His mother died when
he was a child and heW, W sent
to atn orphanage. As,- young
man he, bdame 11l; ad teak up'
physicalculture to .-sin good
health, Sinee thattime, he,-has
been an Ardent ezxePfqB and has
built a fortune .al g .4 th his
spectacular muscles.

Senators Predict Haekng

At Foreign Economic dAi

WASHINGTON, Aug. 27 (UP) cut off aid to nations which
-Key Senators predicted yes- supply war materials to Russia
terday that the $7,535,000,000 or her satellites.
Foreign aid bill will undergo Connally said that if another
further economy cuts when itc in economic aid goes
reaches the Senate floor this through in the Senate "I would
week. prefer to put the difference
T. t ,o ne through the back into military assistance."

House and the combined Senate
Foreign Relations-Armed Ser-
vices Committees, the record
military and economic aid mea-
sure already has been cut about
$1,000,000,000 below President
Truman's requests.
Chairman Tom Connally, D.,
Tex., of the Foreign Relations
Coromittee, gave the Senate
economy bloc a green light to
seek a deeper slash in the funds.
He said he would vote for a
further cut of up to $300,000,000
in the economic aid section of
the bill, but would fight any at-
tempt to reduce military aid
Senate Republican Leader
Kenneth S. Wherry. Neb., also
asserted that the cuts made by
the committees "are not big
Wherry said he had not con-
ferred with other Republicans
on the bill but said there will
"certainly" be strong GOP ef-
forts to make further reduc-
The bill provides $6,013,000,000
for military aid and $1,522,750,-
000 for economic assistance.
Most of the money is tagged
for Western Europe.
Sen. Walter F. GeQrge, D., Ga.,
a foreign relations committ*1
member who original propos-
ed a $2,000,000,000 cut in the
total, said he would support
further cuts.
George did not say how much
and added that he had not de-
cided whether to sponsor a re-
ducing amendmentt himself.
Repub kbsA whip Leverett,
Saltonstall, a member of the
Ar med Services Committee
which worked on the bill Joint-
ly with the foreign relations
group, Sid he thought the mea-
sure on the whole is "a good
biU," bat "I think there will
be some further cuts."
The senate faces action today
o a & o.e-approved bfl to

He said he favored making all
the cuts in the economic as-
sistance program and giving
the Administration the full
amount asked for military aid.

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former VS. Commerce Department employs who was con.
victed, of perjury, reads the news to his children that the
U.S. Court of Appeals had reversed the verdict. Rbt c. wfll
be retried. With him in Whltlntzbgham', Vt., are hkis. daulhtar.,
Gail. 7, and son. Bruce, 9.

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By Jock Lait
it aame was almost never mentioned in print. I have neve
,s en it published and I scrupulously refrained from mentioning
blf,,tAbugh he was "copy" often during all the time I have know
hlai.N ist of the thirty years of his amazing record as an ace spe
clal agent for the U. S. Bureau of Narcotics. He has just retired
0o I feel free to discuss Gon Sam Mu, whose anglifled mohicke
It Sam Gon.
He is in San lFrancisco. where he enWed his service. An Amer
lean-born college and law-school graduate, he speaks English witt
no dialect, but is fluent in Chinese with all the regional variations
He Is short, neither :at nor lean, always dressed inconspicuously
but not shabbily.
You would think that a full-blooded Chinaman-the only law
enforcement officer of his origin on the U. S. mainland-would bI
disqualified; that his decidedly Oriental appearance would attrac
attention. The exact reverse happened. Chinese are, by comrnmo
consent, regarded as "harmless." No one thinks to fear them
Therefore this tough, shrewd, daring dope-foe entered unnoticed
and faded out almost unseen as he destroyed some of the biggest
narcotics gangs in New York, Chicago, California, Hawaii, and
points between.
He went to court as rarely as possible, so that he would
not be exposed to recognition. In New York, where I work-
ed with him on numerous cases, largely among residents
of Harlem and East Harlem, when he made arrests he
called in local cops, gave them the evidence and let them
prosecute under state laws.

Sam was a handy fellow with a gun, a dead-eye marksmoc
Who got the better of many shooting battles. He was also decep
Stvely strong physically. I have seen him overpower thugs who out
weighed him by a hundred pounds. Whenever he made a raid or a
pinch, the first reaction was that of complete surprise. Even pol
icemen, if they did not know him, looked skeptically at his Treas
Ury Department badge and credentials.
As a "shadow" he was unsurpassed. A shuffling "chink," in
Sready-to-wear duds, self-effacing and acting "Inferior," he appear
ed to be a laundryman going to visit his relatives. Yet he looked
i" ..anecteble" enough to tail a suspect (as I have seen him in ac-
i tlor) In the lobby of our smartest hotel, and I dined with him ir
lI Morocco and he got no curious stares.
., Among his own people he was feared and respected.
Be did not specialize in the Chinatowns, though he was
tiovaluable when Investigations developed there. Instead of
-being regarded as a spy, an informer, stool-pigeon or
traitor to his race, he was looked up to as a sage, an ar-
bitrator and protector of Chinese, for he was able often
to turn up and turn in law-breakers who were casting
shadows on all Orientals, from Mott Street to the Barbary
Coast. Tong elders consulted him on serious matters. A
Chlnaman who was a government official had much face.

Be reigned because of ill health, but he is far from incanaci-
tated. He may start a Chinese detective agency, which would be
the flrsrt. Caucasian 4icks have no luck when they pry into Chin-
per lives. They get shrugs and blank stares. But Sam would not be
so handicapped. He is considering, also, writing a book, for which
he must have unique material.

Senate Committee: Senator Kefauver, Senator Tobey,
Senator O'Conor, Senator Hunt, Chief Counsel Halley.
-Witnesses: Frank Costello, Virginia Hill Hauser, Am-
bassador William O'Dwyer, Frank Erickson. Joe Adonis,
Albert Anastasia, Jacob "Greasy Thumb" Guzik.
Open 10:45 a. m., RKO Keith's 15th at G.
My Washington friends keep insisting that ex-King Zog of Al-
bania is hiding out in the capital. I wouldn't know.
ReooMotors will declare a dividend at the meeting Monday.
Hyman Flschbach, the dynamic New York attorney
whose investigation for the District of Columbia Commit-
tee of the House made the dirt fly, Is now chief counsel for
a House sub-committee probing monkey-business in the
Federal Home Owners Loan Corp. Watch for explosions.
So that's what The Thing Is! Mike Connolly, in Daily Variety,
quotes film maker Milton Bren as defining Love: "The physical
reverberation of supersonic sound-waves between two people."
Sally Forrest, the new Metro star, will le embarrassed by the
re-release of an oldie-quickie she thoughtlessly made five or more
years ago, "The Daring Miss Jones." It shows her sporting around
-in an Alaskan wilderness during a hot spell, wearing bra and un-
*dies for maximum wardrobe. I haven't seen it. but it passed the
standards of the Squire, the 8th Ave. movie-dive that specializes
In "adults only" exhibits.

Rudolph Valentino died 25 years ago today. But his hold on the
public fancy is such that an actor obscure until he impersonated
that idol of American women is making a career of it. Tony Dex-
ter, who played Valentino in the bigoraphical film, will soon re-
make "The Sheik." In which role Valentino gained top fame and
added a word to the everyday glossary of a nation.


The Mall re as1 e* open forum oe readers oa The Panama American
ettrs e received fully end are handled in wholly confidentio
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if i doesn't appear the
sxt day. Letters are published in the order received.
Petse try to kes 'the lters limited to one peSge length.
Identity of letter writers as held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper aesunes no responsibility fr stetements or opinions
'peessed in letters from readers.


Dear Sir:

Aug. 17, 1951

I read in last night's column
the letter written by someone
who Is completely dissatisfied
with the service rendered by the
sales girls in the dress depart-
ment in Balboa.
I am quite of the same opin-
ion that there is no agreeable at-
mosphere in that section. I was
to add that in the annex of the
Balboa commissary also, there
are a couple of impatient and
Impolite sales clerks.
I would like to suggest to the
Writer of the first complaint that
e go down to Panama city
whfr she cart find good mer-
chandise and courteous service.


Dear Sir: Panama, RP
This may be somewhat out of
your line but I still would like
some opinions on it,
To my surprise I got a letter
recently from a lawyer suing me
for $7.10. He represents a cer-
tain man I buy from regularly
who claims he is a Christian. I
went to see this man right away
to find out why he was suing me
and he said that nobody was
paying him anything of late. and
it forced him to do something
very embarrassing which had
been found out. so he was suing
everybody, no matter who. 1n or-
der to prevent himself from get-
ting into any more scrapes.
Mr. Editor do you thipk he
is right? And your readers-- I
would like to hear from them on
the subject.
AMlee Sterling
Estafeta No. 1, Panama

AFL. u
Touching, isn't It, to find zo
those two old friends on the
same side again? coi
So the AFL sailors said that Ru
if Bridges continues to boycott
ships run by their engineers, Ru
they'll refuse to move any ves- opn
sel loaded by Bridges' men. T
This would freeze every Pacific the
port. slp
You see, they're weary of hav- I
ing Bridges open and close docks col
as his whim strikes him. I
And if he gets rough, they'll Un
get rough. Which is more than th
the White House appears in- so
cdined to dol I
(Copprwht 1I951 Post-Hull thi
Syndicate, Inc.) Joi

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Labor News



By Victor i.4&
President Truman tA just
been charged with a fantastic
plot to blackmail all uVlia into
supporting him for re-election
in '52. .
He is, of course, Innocent.
But he Is, hi the same .matter
of course, guilty of having open-
ed the White House and many
r critical Federal offieei to the
X very men who today are deliber-
n ately attempting to incriminate
- him in a methodical, X range
I. strategy of vicious poitiCal ex-1
r tortion.
His advisers are guilty of
having put some of these
accusers in such'a position
h in past years that .day i'
. they sound authglitfl to
their followers. Thes.m'lack-
mail charges come "from
deep inside the sanctums of
the pro-Soviet apparatus
e stretching across the coun-
t try. If it's an unhappy mo-
n ment for the, White House,
it's unhappier still for the
S people of this nation.
d The man who "uncovered"
this "plot," although a notori-
ous pro-Sovieteer, is free today
and powerful enough to con-
trol some of our strategic war-
time oceangoing traffic In the
California-Hawaii Alaska out-
post triangle.
He is Harry Bridges Ameri-
ca's most expertly trained pro-
Russian union chief.
n He is the man the high courts
- for some mysterio reason,
- have forgotten and apparently
a are refusing to rule on a lower
court decision which would
send him to jail, immediately
slashing his power. There will
be more about his influence in
n just a moment. But first, his
d assault upon the President.
In the past few days, through
his union newspaper ind In
conversations, 'Arry has been in
saying that President Truman g
actually told CIO chief Philip t:
Murray and the then CO na- R
tonal counsel, Lee .(I-Was-A-
Communist-But-Not-For The- so
FBI) Pressman, back in 1945, t]
that the White House foresaw a
very troubled future., t
Mr. Truman, according to 'Ar- ti
ry's charges, then turned to R
Murray or Pressman, or both, i
and said that as President of a
the U. S. he planned to blame
Everything that was wrong in ur
this country on the Communists. O
"No small part of this plan, b
but rather a major part of it" t
says Bridges, "called for bring-
Ing the trade unions into line- o
politically, to make them com-
pletely subservient and to brand' ra
as red and to outlaw as sub- st
versive those unions that re-
fused to fall into line." t
Bridges goes on for some fo
length on Mr. Truman alleged- g
ly unfolding the "plan" to Mr. ri
Murray and Pressman. And just
where did Bridges get these re
secrets? From none other than re
L.e Pressnant, himself (confes- t
sed member of the earliest Com-
munist cell inside the govern- n
meant Bridges reveals. h
We also discover Lee Press- en
man, easily the shrewdest of the d.
men who conferred regularly
with high Communist officials si
(he told me so himself), right bo
out on the West Coast. al
,Furthermore, we find him t
there at exactly the time Bro-
ther Bridges suddenly remem- te
bers what Brother Pressman
told him six years ago.
And we find them both on
the same side of a small, un-
noticed strike involving two
Ishtmlan line freighters.
If the government won't fight
Bridges, if it won't challenge
the power of his pro-Commun-
ist longshoremen over the docks,
and economy of the West Coast, To
Hawaii and Alaska, the husky Oi
AFL sailors will. And have. U
If 'Arry trots out his 500-man to
roving red goon squads again,
there will be violence. co
If he persists in supporting th
this little strike, all Pacific shii' -
ping will be paralyzed. The
showdown is here. ar
The strike issue is simple. The R
Isthmian lines signed up AFL Ri
marine engineers instead tof th
CIO licensed men.
The CIO union, the Marine va
Engineers Benevolent Assn., fe:
called a strike against the Isth-
mian lines.
Now, it so happens that this Ri
Marine Engineers outfit, al- to
though non-Commle, is the only
union still retaining Brother Leo mi
Pressman as counsel. pr
And when they threw a th
picket line around two
Isthmian vessels out San of
Francisco way, Pressman gr
rushed there 'Arry told his sh
longshoremen to respect pe
that picket line and not to
load the struck freighters. l
although they were being
manned by legitimate union En
engineers belonging to the of

Here there enters the picture of an American
contradiction. On the one side is a group of
eight Republican Senators issuing a report on
the liring of General MacArthur.
They call for no appeasement in Korea. They
wani, the war carried clear to the Yalu. They
talk tough.
But otner Congressmen and Senators, Demo-
crats and Republicans alike, act soft. They- pro-
pose to cut down the Voice of America. Ihey
propose to cut American economic aid for the
countries resisting communism.
Some would even slow down American defense
preparations, stretching the effort over a long-
er period of time. Thus would they sabotage
the bulwarks of American anti-communist pol-
Russia was forced to publish the Congression-
al resolution of friendship for the Soviet peo-
ple because the Voice. of America had been
beaming it constantly behind the curtain.
Economic aid for countries outside the cur-
tain is intended to build up their own arms-
making capacity.
Slowing down U. S. defense would be suicidal.
This is no time for cutting back or easing off.
This is no time for falling to do any of the
things that will help keep America tough, with
any necessary sacrifices in taxes or prices or
wages or rents or profits to give America a
sound economy.
The United States doesn't have to retreat in
any way to show Russia and to show the world
that it wants peace.
As far back aas 1946, the United States offer-
ed Russia a broad conference to discuss credits,
a treaty of friendship, commerce and naviga-
tion, an exchange of aviation rights, expansion
of trade, settlement of Lend Lease, world con-
trol of atomic energy and a sharing of its se-
Russia turned them down.
Instead of promoting trade between the two
countries. Russia has wanted to buy only ma-
chinery to build up its war potential, not con-
sumer goods to raise the standard of living for
Its people.
And Russia has wanted to sell only soft goods
luxuries like furs and caviar Instead of
the metals and .raw materials America could
use to make more consumer goods for Russians.
In the approaching showdown, Russia can
have peace if she wants it.
As President Truman points eut in hl etter
to Congress, if thie Sovit wants to m*e i=-
grees towards peace, she should quit flouting
the authority of the United Natlo e saub-
version' and stop violating fundame human

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Drew arson m*ys: Hi h.Co, alm .wl Mc ( 1
flivee wifth Ammieon' bir~ry in GbI jSA I |d
ag RUnls@u escypees allxi us b h'n
m ntellg.n 'aent o4a0nto. them; M y .o.
Red Army trops in East Germany wouldw rt
if had chance. .
vationg gathered in various parts of ormany are ~;on '
the m*st important problems we face either "in ree la. i
wna f eRT.r-- HIh CmaMidlover Jack aCfloy, who is p
forming a remarkably fine Job; Is supposed to be the top m an 4
He can and does set aside German court dorees. 2
He can give or withhold Alnerican money." the life blood
Euro a
re can order ve Americsy Army to get out of this area
into that.
But when It comes to Russians escaped from bhiithe
Curtain, High Commissioner McCloy has as much Influene
the American Arngy as a Communist youth demopstrmr in Ih
Bast zone of Germany.
the America, -military flouts his orders aad thumbe Its N
at MCloymuch like the above Communist youth demonstrator. a
he West Germant police.
Perhaps because of this the youm socialite central lt eluII ,
gentt of Gen. Bedell Smith and the amateur detfttivo ,- ._
erMtelligence do such a successful job of alienatingt Ruaian
escapees that a lot of them decide Soviet Russia is better than
Smuchl-VLnted West and *turr% hoare.
Just outside Frankfort Is a Russian refugee camp. I
Its nae, Its exact locatlo, the number of Russians in it a
supposed to be top secret.
Not even McCloy knows how many Russians are in it. Nor ba
he ever visited it.
If the Army is ordered by McCloy to let anyone into this cami
the Army says no.m

In this camp at one time *erd about 2,000 Russian officers
who disgusted with the Red Army, had fled to the American n
of dermany anxious to help the U.S.A.
But for months they shniply sat, ate, and were interviewed,
young counterintelligence agents ate, sat, and were intervle
ate, slept, and were interviewed.
Some were flown to the United States amid a flurry of qxcite*
meant to report on conditions aside Russia to higher-ups in thq
Some were promised haven in the U.8.A. .,
In the end all were reduced to sitting, waiting, and going t6
seed thanks to the sterility, Inefficiency and lack of lmagiln
tion of the Army and Gen. Bedell Smith's amateur Dick Ttacys.
BERLIN. Across the invisibe Iron Curtain In the Adr t oi4
of Germany are about 300.000 members of the Red Army I
Living in Germany, a country with which they all tOo rmcpa
fought a biLter war, these troops long-had to camp behind h arbew
wire. ,
This was not to keep the Germany population away from ther4
but to keep the Russians from deserting.
Even so, many of them did desert-and more would dester It
given encourageencouragement or any kind of favorable treatment,
their arrival In the West. ,
Obviously Moscow knows that these troops, living'n p ti
West and with no tight border control betwron..Xst antiwe4
constitute one of the potential wetiesses of the Red-As y.r
It also knows that the same thing Is true na Austria who
Russian troops also live near the West and ttaiptlo to s riSi
to drift over and sample Wester MCmor. / A I *.' Jg
Undoubtedly Moscow aUo refr bei what Dri
have forgotten thet it was. not the Kalser's arty tt duuSS
the Cuar In 1917, but the shrewdner of the QOe.n n ndet
in sending Trotsky and Lenin in a saled train from %witM n
into Russia. ,A ..
Moscow certainly should remember it, for that was what trt.
ed the Bolshevik revolution and put Stalin where he Is t6day.
And rememberingIt., Stalin certainly doesn't walt it EO n$1e3
pen In reverse again.
But the dapper young counterintelligence agents and Gemn
Bedell Smith's cloak-and-dager dicks are either too young or toe
dense to remember It.
MUNICH. Dining in Munich the other night I discussed
of these things with gnarled, spritely Alexander Kerensky, father
of the first Russian revolution, who, if not upset by Lenin, Trotsky
and the German general stafi, might have saved" Russia and th
world the scourge of Communism.
Kerensky had come to Munich to do a job that has needed do,
Ing for years wrapping all the diverse Russian exile group t
one close-knit body in order to do to Stalin what Lenin and TrotSkj
once did to Kerensky.
In Munich with Kerensky were three other' top Russians fro i
the U.S.A. Vladamir Zenzinov, Prof. I. Kurganov abd Boris &.-
kolayevsky; also the League of Struggle for Ntionalo Freedom, th
National Labor Alliance, the Russian National Movement, the Usioil
of Soldiers of the Liberation Movement, and the Union for th
Liberation of the Peoples of Russia. .. -
These groups and leaders are about as diverse as dW. diffloult
to get along with as some of the groups within the heterogeneoud
union of Soviet Russia; and some, such U the Ukraines, want tA'
solve all "new Russia's" problems tven before the new Russia nA
However, it seemed to me that this meeting of Russian ftao
tions in Munich is the most encouraging thing that has happened
lor a long time. For It and when they get together, they can do
two things:
1) Beam propaganda into Russia that comes from Rusians.
net from Americans who have an ax to grind.
2) Work out a system for screening recent Russian escapees
and getting them settled where they can help in the future; lws*
,tead of going to seed in refugee camps under the amateur, cross-
examination of CIA and CIC boys.
Note-At present there Is nO more cooperation between coun4
terintelligence anga Russians of the Kerensky type than there 14
between McCloy and counterintelligence.
Prediction-If the United States arrange* with Brazil, Para-
guay, Kenya, South Africa and other unpopulAted countries to seot
up a system for handling Russian refugees, and if word of this
were broadcast to the Red Army in East Germany and Austria, .
predict that it would be impossible for the Kremlin to keep an
Army in these two vital countries.
Such a refugee resettlement plan could be a point four pro*
gram which might save the peace,of the world .


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Stay Tough

By Peter Edson
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NEW YORK, I find an unholy fascination
n the carryings-on of the titans of the glamor
roup. and wait breathlessly for bulletins from
he press agents of the Ingrids and Ritas and
Robertos and Alys and Orsons.
But occasionally I begin to wonder about the
souvenirs they leave behind as mementos of
heir brief enchantments.
It will be an interesting sociological Investiga-
ion, some years hence, to run down the respec-
ive lives of little ,Pla Lindstrom and Roberto
tossellini and Rebecca Welles to see they're do-
ig after such colorful Introduction to society
t the hands of their brilliant parents.
They have been rather accidental sidebars to
onions founded more orK flashbulbs than intent
f permanency, and constitute a sort of lost
battalion of their very own.
I note now that young Yasmin, the fruit of
Ae brief and blissful arrangement between the
glamorous, lf .blhingAlm Khan.and the beaute-
us Rita Hayworth is the subject of a headline
uakrel over how much Rita really needs to
aie the younguh' according *to Hollywood
Her first and mild mildasking price was only
iree million bucks she didn't want anything
or herself- which seems cheap, enough for a
global tour which was consummated by mar-
But the Aly Khan seems to figure this high
mental on a wife who left him for no publicized
eason save boredom and dislike of safaris, even
hough it was a very small safari.
The junior-grade Khan is a Moslem, and does
ot regard females as terribly Important, and
e figures that about eight grand a year is
oughh to keep his daughter fed, watered and
This despite the fact that Papa Khan occa-
onally gets weighed in diamonds, and the old
)oy's income is such that even the account-
nts have only a spiritual idea of the annual
ike from the faithful.
Sc the latest bulletin is that Rita's legal bat-
'ry has declared intent to take Aly for all the

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WASHINGTON- (NEA) Climax of the "Get
tough With Russia" policy should, come soon.
n half a dozen fronts, relations between the
Waited States and Soviet Russia seem headed
r a showdown and a new perspective.
Japanese peace treaty signing at San Francis-
0 and cease lire negotiations at Kaesong head
he list.
In a secondary role are American notification
termination of "most favored nation" trade
id tariff concessions to Iron Curtain countries.
This relationship nas already been enaea witn
mania. It will take eltect against Soviet
ussia on Dec. 2j, Foland Jan. 5 and Hungary
e following July 5.
Severance of trade relations with Czechoslo-
,kia will be taken up in an International con-
rence at Geneva, Switzerland, in September.
Soviet Russia declares this is an act directed
ward a further deterioration' of American-
issian relations. The Soviet government tries
put full blame for this on the United States.
President Truman says he will send another.
message to Nicolal Shvernik, Russia's titular'
resident, trying to force its publication behind
e Iron Curtain. i
This will be a follow-up on the first success
forcing Russian distribution of the Con-
essional resolution which reaffirmed friend-
ip of the American people for the Russian
Negotiations over the settlement of Russia's
ig delinquent Lend Lease account are resum-
at Russia's surprising request.
This and the publication in Russia of a new
english edition Moscow News, filled with words
peaceful intent, are belied by the bitter out-
urings of anti-American hatred at the Soviet
ne youth rally in Berlin.
Anyone trying to make sense out of all these
ntradictions is confronted again by the old
issian enigma wrapped in mystery.
A world grown weary and wiser by repeated
asian double crosses doubts that these devel-
ments mean Russia wants peaceN
They could mean that Russia Is muddying up
e record in preparation for some new aggres-
Playing it safe, they probably mean that the
d war is to continue unabated.
:f this is the prospect, then the course of the
cited States should be clear. It is to continue
e tough policy.
'his is no time to ease up in response to
ne faint hope that the Communists have
aceful Intentions.
If the get-tough poley has brought Russia to
s point, more of the same should move that
nt farther along.

traffic allows, even If It means opening up the
ancient Khan's books to see how much the
bloated old spendthrift can afford to pay for
Junior's fun.
The chee-ild is only the gimmick, because
her mama can rack up half-a-million a year in
the films if she wants to Work.
In all these thin thingsthe baby seems to be only
a token of past Infatuations gone ashen.
I recall that the lovely Rita dragged her first
daughter, by Welles, around the world when she
and Aly were defying all for love.
* The gorgeous Ingrid seemed to care somewhat
less than nothing for her daughter Pia'& posl-
tion among the schoolmates, and wilfully itn-
flicted the brand of illegitimacy on the product
of her deathless idyl with the scant-haired
The paths of these people seem littered with
casual offspring, who serve beautifully n s the
focalPoft i'tf gaudy court battles, but .they have
lost their identity as kids in order to become
juvqnale stooges for their elders.-
I am not generally in favor of unionizing but
It seems to me the get of the greats ought to
band together in some sort of tight organization
for self-protection against exploitation by their
A child has certainly as many rights as an
animal; yet there is no SPCA to Insure kids
against embarrassment and deprivation of pri-
It is possible that the flighty transients from
one amour to the next actually love the biolo-
gical souvenirs they have collected en route, but
they demonstrate It oddly.
More true consideration is generally paid to
a net poodle.
Being no moralist I care no single whit 9who
lives In rosy bliss with whom. but it does seem
as If the kids might be allowed to sue, retro-
actively, for early abuse of personal diglnlty,
and to select a name at random to dissociate
themselves from the reeking reputations of their
* flamboyant sires and dams.


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mn laii dep6s4e habert e. trellado el atesco avi6n contra una
AMI*ikddescenso aaterrar b Oakland, Ca ila,. El pccldente dej6 uw.
Soss DC ut.cuatstimAteAwje lujo, se mayetes y tub rapidop
iolo, fue pnteetoas en ervlo e Ir la Uited Airlines eof
ea elSo ehtarn ean reseatade 48 cadiver e 1bm, les ha lograde
i a' La. cuas ilas de reseatg sggoes trabalande o loialtsr a otras dos
".La aIs de OBkland. dbi soe la peniltima del a vl p viaje de sBoston, a
&ii "- dozp

Una dasa norteamericana es,._d__,

ondenadaa alr de educacion

y uePanamia o ar a .cel .
GINEBRA, agosto 27. (UP),
director general de )a
" :ata de la ex-.ajera del Ferrocarril que, se U Jaime Torres Bodet
4' de frtas pdblicos. djo que Ia escases de papel
pa^ ie I) r Oas piiljcos peridico eata perjudlicando ii
'La flaira Mina De'-la a- 3)--Que n6 comet falta al- edatacl6 n elnal tdo onteri
nra.QM o r4'lacna .uefue6h- I guaM en un period de treat Y exhortd a ae Jov ee c
da c onobabe roe- sh aoe. ...los. recursos e las aclone.
oadadO ar don .p6blicoas- El* Juez, al dictar aentencia, Unida pars ponor fin a esa
U ae fc Ida a eot mafianan dio qu aunque Ie efiora De Torres s odez t hi.o esa d.
per ctI jm Josh, Haneolk era ma re, no podia pasar p -po rroes B h oessm de-
dos de cSir ee ro la sen- alto que ellas e habia apoera- laacil iea .sie u nform d
uit f.,-Le.ndlda bajo con- do Lfondos pq0!lc0q. El-JueOS l, actividades.'.dolI ,*
.1 -u--muIAD ft-. .1 f.4MA in-U I

I i'*jTk qu, co <-quo peora D. e no 5ese aetl6 un ectooino.mucllsb ac>
S 'La flanza continue ton dar,"i di deoetldadf
al o.de 00 d6larea hasta que los cusaa fueron repetdos poer
la, itencia sea ejecutada. un periodo de tren aloe, quo
7in- or la s encia, la sefo- por lo tanto Te labsa dos alter-
ra Dee n deamay6, concedlin- nativas: or Ia la ckrcel o pa- E
dose un receso hastsa tanto lie- gar la multas y saUr del pais.
ga It Dr. duardo de Alba,
eiv del pispensario de An- Ocurre un Sere
c nquien atendl6 a la acusa- *0
da. ri
El Fiscal Asistente, Rowland incident en g
K. iHazard present la recomen- y
dacidn del Goblerno de que la Alemamia ahiada s'
acupada fuera sentenciada a en
dos afios de circel .a uina HAMM, Alemania, agosto 27. t(
multa de 2000 d6lares, pero que (UP Agentes de la Poll- n
la 'elecucldn del thrnmlo sej cia de Alemania Occidental hi-
susepndida por un priddo doe rieron de bala a dos j6venes g
ore alIs eon las iguleptes cop- comusitstas en Jo que se con- '-u
e -, aidetr.'el primer incidente de m
l--Quoe la-sefl6ta Dee pagur esta' natunleza que tien-e lu- S
ass multa de 2,000 d6lares den- gar dede que ,termin6I la se- c
*o de 30 dias. gundi sierra mu 1dal. *t
)-4ue la acusada abando- S eg ( n la autoridades de g:
bae la ZonL del Canal dentro de Hamm,- el tiroteo oeurt6cuan-
O. dias, y "** ai. O

Rusia accede a dar libertad "

a los pnsioneros de guerra c
frances a en u poder
lNo sidknece a sx tires aMos de negocnaciones pa- It
ra que MSiic autorice la repatriacion o
/ de estorprisoneros
S or JAY 15!lDING mAns de dos mil franceNes fiN0on v
,Agosto 2T (EPB-La- capturados pot los runos, des-
S ovVtlca ha. geedido al puds de baber aido OblIgados a s
lponer q llbertad a un Wrvir balo lao alejbanes. Estos
de francesea que tuetro prisoneros han 'becho nume- -
a servir a los alema- rosas solicitudes de repatrlc6idn
nbAs ta rde cayeron en po- pero en practcamente todos los 1
ae lo rusoe. sm6n: anuncia casos los roos0 han contestado
c1 Inlterio de Raaciones Ex- que se desconoceIla Is entidad f
to ea,aqul. o la direcci6n de .pda unoe de
a aide necesarlos tres afies ellos dando reapueatas igual- a
de. negoclaclones par a obteuner mente elvsivae cada vez que se t
Moact autorice la repara- ha renovedo la gestl6n a su fa-
q dq estos prilsoneros de vor. d
rr. La material fui tratada La liberacl6n de estos prisio- d
plmera vez durante la con- neros seflala an notable camblio
fe ca de los Cuatro,Grandes en la politics sovietica, clerta-
a e, en 'cual Francia es-n mente.
irepriintada por'el minis- LOs Japoneses, como e as sabido
de- Relacioneas xteriorts afirman que millaes de 'us sol- I
Schuman. dedos slgI on poder del So-
lo informed offciales, viet, atinque recientemente han
-ido liberadas alguain, a quie- *'
A It & .AMs los ruos ase culdaron de
P Ra o aleclona en doctrnau co-
& ke C a Mu* nte*S
El Miniterlo de Relaciones
Exteriors f rancs declare quoe s
S W cad vez que ha Itentado dls- E
-c *uthr la cueslU6n de lo1 prlisto- a
-de la Caja de Be- nermasde uerra en Rual, dsta di
S*L Bkuado Ma- ha alegado que Francia retlene ri
ar u4w de sla a mns de veatoe il Cl con- a
e_ _cmpren- a po i a.- m
la|^ t R.O Q. y danos lirte-. ilt
Sn te an embajada la ~p-
n refle- Sal-frSancise. la
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'El Gran tatuso"
' Lel&brari. qi

l1 ganador e tudiara en
"La Scala" de Milan
La Coca Cola, la Pan Ame-
can World Airways, la Pana-
ra y la Metro Goldwyn Ma-,
er, han anunclado el concur-
o de canto "El Gran Caruso",
n el que podran tomar parte
odos los cantiantes macaull-
os de 21 a 32 aflos de edad.
El primer premio de este ori-
Inal concurao es una beca por
n afto en la mundlalm pte fa-
nosa academia d canto de "La
ccala" de Milan, Italia, la. me-
a de los mns grades cantan-,
es del mundo, con todos los
astos pagos.
Tamblin hay centenares de
iton premios, que incluyen vi-
itas a Rio :de Janeiro, Vueva-
aork, Roma y Milan.
El paraje a osas cudaden se-
& suministrado por la Pan
meric a World Airways y sla
anagria como invitado de la
oca Col.
Para hacerse acreedoc a es-
i gran premier, hay que en-
rar en un concurso preliminary
e elm. ac elinci el cual tendra
igar en Ias ciudades de San
ose, Costa Rica; Guatemala,
:uatemala; Tegucigalp,. .on-
u r a s; Managua, Nicaragua;
snaema, PanamA y Ban Sal-
ador, El Salvador.
La fecha de las eliminaclones
eran anunciadas por el re-
resentante d laI Metro Gold-
yn Mayer en-cada uno de esos
aises. De esos concursos de eli-
niaci6n- seran aMlecionados
u concursantes que particl-
arin en los finales naciona-
es de cads pals, 'lo cuales
endran lugar en las ciudades
rriba menclonadas el 3 de oc-
ubre de 1951.
El ganador de cada pals ven-
ra a Panamai para competir
n las finales de Centro Amd-
tPass a Is l agina 6. eel A.)

'ienen sesiOn hoy

os miembros de la

:amara de Jovenes
El seAor Anthony Di Scala.
ub-Gerente Bleautivo del hotel
I PanamA, hablari esta noche
las 8.30 en el sal6n de osealees
el hotel, sobre el problema tu-
itico de hotels ante los
lembros de la Camara de 3o-
esi, en su seal b regular se-
n la ~t~~ael6n tamblin
Sdtseut lo Informes -de
com enaspda do laI
impefla .matta't y Ye dwi-
ri mobre a feeha hse t-
i de p-16I ,o oIsaRUM
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Asistencia 4cnica y financiera se pidio

para los passes pequenos del Continente

Destacase Panama cormo pais

de buencredito en los EE.UU.
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 27 (UP)-..utnoe passes Latino-Amerlcanom, entire los euales se
destaca Panama, gosan de buen er&dto eatre los exportadores norteamerlcanos, gsegun
encuesta semeatral realizada por la 'NtIonal Association of Credit Men".
El informe dade por la asoclaci6n *e basa en la experience de los comerelantes de
todas parties del pais en als relacionat eon loe importadores Latino-Americanop y refleja
una mejoria general que ha Inducido a touches a dar condiciones de creditors mas elApticas
que en el pasado.
Tres paises,'sla embargo, han side colo ados en Ia column de "eridito malO" y son
Argentina, Colombia y Paraguay. El afio pas do, s61lo Argentina y Paraguay recibleron essa
En relacl6n ton el er6dito, el Informe contlene cuatro categorias: "bueno", "relativa-
mente "bueno", "regular" y "*malo.
En la primer eategoria se eneuentran Panama, Haiti, M6xico, Cuba, Republica Doml-
alana, las posesiones franeutas y holandess, Puerto Rico, Nicaragua, Uruguay,( Chile, Pert,
El Salvador, Venesuela y Honduras.
En la segunda, Ecuador, Guatemala, Bollvia, Brasil y Costa Rica.
La tercera categoria qued6 en blanco y en la ultima, Argentina, Paraguay y Colombia.

.nstantaneamente fallecio

anoche el Sr. Enrique Mas

al volcarse una camioneta'
El accident ocurri6 frente a la estatua de Morelos
en Panama Viejo y se cree que fue por
excesiva velocidad
El sefior Enrique Mas, pana-
meio y empleado en la Com-
A i Uafia "Levonel", muri6 ins-
tantineamente anoch& a las 11
Son forma violent, al volcarse
l l luna camioneta commercial que
mch a ipnejaba frente a la estatua
d "Morelos" en la carretera de
miN l nc Francisco de la Caleta a
Viejo. Al ifarecer, el
n Ils ma~ana de hoy lo patina y at volcarse
W ld6 ''laas I I p cl"#. gas, Ir4m-

bKni, i e-4 nar na A nao "o
ImqlM cUAndo o enttp.-
bah .dMOtgand: e el luteu
dA9fb=iol deo eta cludad,
1 Dobdo a la oportIna nter-
vendi6n de los miembros del
cartel de bomberom del Mer-
cado no ocurrieron daftos series
en la lancha, cuyo Incendio fud
apagado con seos extintores
y una line de manguera.
Hasta el moment de cerrar

Cajur, isa Fictlia a sWu 6rde-
nes Inici6 anoche mismo las
dllige n c I a s de investigaci6dn,
practicandose la dligencias del
levantamiento del cadaver.Aun-
que no se han podido a u
establecer las causes officials
de este accident automovilis-
tico, algunas verslones origi-
nadas en fuentes oficiales estli-
i*if K* si mAwv6n a feimns Iiw

Los comunistas dicen ahora

que fueron los surcoreanos

los del bombardeo a Kaesong

TOKIO, agosto 27. (UP). -
El Premiier norcoreano Kim II
Sung y el General Peng Teh
Hual, on una' transmisiln ra-
dial declinaron terminar las ne-
gociacinoes del armisticlo de
Kaesong y 'demandaron" que
el General Ridg*ay ordenara
a los oficiales de enlace que
fueran nuevamente a Kaesong
pars re-Investigar" el supues-
to bombarded del 23 de agosto.
Loa lideres comunistas dije-
ron que eoperaban las respues-
tag de Ridgway, en contesta-
cl6n 'al rechazo por parte de
Ridgway el Bibado pasado.
La Radio de Pekin cit6 de-

claraclones de Kim In Sung y
Peng Teh Huai, quienes dije-
ron que la responsabilidad del
fracaso de las negociaciones de
Kaesong no caera sobre nos-
Los lideres comunistas dieron
a entender que el bombardeo
de Kaesong bien pudo haber
sido llevado a cabo por avio-
nes surcoreanos sin el conoci-
miento del Comando de las Na-
clones Unidas.
En cuanto a ]a respuesta da-
da por el General Ridgway, i s
comunistas dijeron que era"en-
teramente insatisfactorla".

Dos heridos en una
pelea ocurrida en
un boile en Pacora
El Fiscal Primero del Circul-
to ha iniciado hoy una inves-
tigaci6n sobre una rifis que
hubo en Pacora y donde sa-
lieron heridos de armsa de fue-
go y machete dos individuos,
de acuerdo 'con Informaci6n su-
ministrada a nuestro diario por
la Fiscalia de Turno.
De acuerdo con la denuncia
presentada por el Corregidor de
acora, los sefiores Apolinar
Frias, panamefto de 24 aftos de
edad y Cirilo Moreno, agrlicul-
tor panameflo, ambos residen-
teo en Pacora, soatuvieron una
rifia cuando salian de un' bale
yen la cual 1al oven Moreno
zo un diparo de escopeta a
cau-ix WA.

Soseflor Frlw, al recibir el
disparo, s aavalth6 hatia don-
de estabw su heridor, causando-
le hefidfs cortantes con ma-
chete eri el cuell y en el pecho.
siendo ambos traidos al hospi-
tal Santo Tomarnis.

Repararin la Calle

Novena del Parqu

Leflevre muy pronlo
El Ministro de Obras Pibli-
cas, Ing Norberto Navarro in-
form6 en la mafiana de oy
que ya habia dado las 6rdenes
del caso al Ing. D'Anello, para
la reparaci6n de la Calle Nove-
na y Avenida Santa Elena del
Parque Lefevre, asi como tam-
O*bin otras called de ese sector y
que 61 estimaba que los trabajos
se iniciaran dentro de la pr6xi-
ma semana.
Como saben nuestros lectores,
desde hace algunos dias los ve-
cinos de esa barriada vienen
quejandose de la situacl6n de
esas calls que cuando Ilueven
se ponen intransitables, sobre
todo porque los trabalos se ini-
claron a fines de la pasad, ad-
minlstraci6n y quedaron sin

El peat6n a la calle o al lodo!

S .. .
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A aprde qu el ex-Alsalde Vea Mmade so Intere6 b. I.a censtraceln de seeras b las
stne 4o d eakludad eon el fnu ie idarle seguridad a Is peatones 6tam de nadas urven
am&eA Jm lpmmas me ven obllguN a Isawsre a Isa .etSr" debid.o a ia frescura ( .que-
s 4 r lresrponasabWlidad) de e M aetores come el et atMail que aparece en la foto-
M peodemos ver un es tipiee de lo qiquI la nS mayeris de nuestroe opaduc-
tS gmelter de elte atmow6vll peas6 que to io si4 eseaeite m 1al 61 era eMar
- st sa seers y en u para de bdoheas Lo~ s m.e hb a i.g ._a t -
"fW:: set4 yt pusr pu esalr e elp ya w% 1 a d Quo mO "b se al
a*a prp ordes dotIs auteridad y es7 m del dueam del lote fueus-
3dGel peatim. Reay *dds ** V* ed n ls Idross ts a. has mada erto.

Panamai, Uruguay y Guatemala

sustentaron la proposition

reference a los transportes

La Comisi6n de Transportes
de Emergencia de la aegunda
session extraordinaria del Con-
sejo Interamericano Econ6mico
y Social, dedlc6 su sesi6n de la
mafiana de hoy a escuchar las
exposiclones le .los delegados
sobre las dos proposiclones pre-
sentadas por la delegaci6n pa-
namefia referente a facilida-
des de transportes y recomen-
daci6n de zonas libres.
El document 65 B Revsil6n
1, referente al studio de las
conveniencias econ6micas del
funcionamiento de zonas adua-
neras librea,. con el propdsito
de recomendar el uso de las
milsmas como un media que
facillte la distribuci6n de pro-
ductos, fue salstentado por el
delegado sefior Emilio Clare,
quien se refiri6 a las ventajas
que significarian para los pai-
ses americanos y la distribuci6n
de mercaderlas esenciales en
casos de emergencia, como un
studio definitive sobre la ins-
talaci6n de zonas aduaneras li-
bres de Am6rica.
El seflor Clare destac6 la
Importancia de liberar el tra-
fico mercantil de trabas adua-
neras medlante el funciona-
miento de zonas libres en pun-
tos estrat6gicos del Continen-
te, lo cual aliviaria la situacl6n
de paises sin producci6n de ar-
ticulos de primer necesidad.
El delegado norteamericano
sefior Huntington Morse pidi6

que la proposici6n fuera po-. .
tergada hasta tanto hubiera teo
nido ocasi6n de estudiarla, sus!
citando luego el delegado d
M6xico, Licenciado ArmandO 'j
Amador, una cuesti6n de come.
petencia, ya que el probleda
habia sido abordado en la
CEPAL. La comisibn acord6 a8
gerlr a la Comisidn IV la co& 1
sideracl6n de este asunto,
sandose inmediatamente a con-, i
siderar el document 66 en at
cual consta la proposici6n p-,
namefia sobre facilidades
Este document motiv6 la.
intervenclones de los delegaddai
de Mdxico, Uruguay, Argentina
y de Guatemala, cuyo represent.,1,
tante Lic. Alfonso Bauer, po' .
sent una adici6n al proyea
de resoluci6n panameflo.
La mocion del delegado g*a-
temalteco incluye una exteoas
declaraci6n q' solicita el "estui
dio inmediato de las necesidt
des de los passes que est6n fue.
ra o insuficientemente atendt-
dos por las grandes lines ma-
ritimas y areas y en particu-
lar la posibilidad y convenien-
cia de proporcionarles en e4
moment oportuno y en condi-
clones econ6micas razonabikld
servicios regulares, asistenct*
tdcnica, financiera y sumints.
tro de materials y equipos dt$-
ponibles con el objeto de que
puedan dichos passes operar j"
(Pass a la Pag. Col. S)-

no areci aiuuere i

dice el Ministro de Gobierno
El Ministerio de Goblerno y y dicho Titulo queda en plenty
Justicia dictd en la mafltana de vigor".
hoy una resoluci6n en la cual "2o.-El Organo Ejecutivo ca-
se contest a la consulta ,que rece de facultad, parsa decfdir,
el sabado present a ese despa- con character definitive, acerc
cho el Licenclado Manuel Solis de la situacl6n juridica creo
Palma, actual Gerente de la por el hecho del nombra
Caja de Seguro Social, en la to del senior Manuel SolisPl
cual pedia que se manifestara ma como Gerente de la' Caja
si el fallo de la Corte Supremr del Seguro Social; pero te-
de Justicia lo afecta en su po- niendo en cuenta que la sen*
sicl6n. tencia de la Corte Suprema so-
Con respect a esta resolu- lo versa sobre la cuesti6n do
cl6n, en la mafana de boy tu- la inexequibilidad del Decreto-
vo lugar una sesi6n extraordi- Ley No. 21 de 1950 y no sobre
naria del Consejo de Gabine- el derecho de determinada per-
te en la cual todos los Minis- sona a ocupar dicho cargo y
tros de Estado dejaron cons- teniendo en cuenta, ademis las
tancia de au respaldo absolu- jurisprudencia de aquel a it
to a la actitud de los Minis- Tribunal relative a que los fa-
tros Galindo y Ord6flez, porone 1los sobre inexequibilidad solo
traducian el pronunciamienitb disponen para lo future y no
del Organo Ejecutivo sobre el afectan hechos consumados y,
debatido asunto de la Caja de situaciones creadas bajo la vs
Seguro Social. gilancia del actor declarado
La part resolutiva de la re- exequible, el Organo Ejecutivo
soluclin No. 307 del Ministerio consider que dicha sentencia
de Gobierno, cuyo texto integro no afecta la position del actual
no publicamos hoy debido a su Gerente de la Caja del Segu-
extensi6n, es del tenor sigulen- ro Social, mientras no se deo-
toe: cida lo contrario mediante sen*
"SE RESUELVE: tencia del Tribunal competen-
"1o.-De conformidad con la Comuniquese y publiquese.
sentencia proferids por la Cor- (fdo.) Alcibiades Arosemena
te Suprema de Justicia el i21 El Ministro de Gobierno y
del corriente agosto, el Decre- Justicia,
to-Ley No. 21 de 1950, es inexe- (fdo.) Miguel Angel Ord6fie
quible y por cuanto ha cesado
la aplicaci6n que de hecho tu-
vo, desde su expedici6n hasta
la declaratoria de inexecuibili- tscoen lerreno para
dad. el Decreto-Ley aluddo Eo genpara
puede continuar subrogando el construir la escuea
tulo IT de la Ley 134 de 1943 construir la escuela

Flavio Velasquez Republica de Bolivia
sent6 denunciloA Esta mafiana fue escogido el
pro terreno donde se construira la
escuela Republica de Bolivia en
contra "La Hora" la ciudad de Col6n, por 106
a La Minilsros de Educacion 7
Obras Publicas, Ingenieu
En la mafiana de hoy presen- card J. Bermudez y WAo
t6 una denuncia ante el Fiscal Navarro.
Primero del Cirouito el Secre- Segiin manifesto el Ministro
tario de Comercio, sefior Flavio Navarro. la primer piedra do
Velisquez, contra el diario "La esta obra sera colocada pr6er
Hora" para que se inicie una mamente y los trabajos se hl-
investigac6n sobre una noticia ciaran durante el mes de aep-
que 61 consider tendenciosa. tiembre.
De aecuerdo con la denuncia
presentada por el sefior Velas-
quez, afirma este que el diario MaIl H I
La Hora" public el dia 16 de iiUlfUl a n a nUjW
Agosto una noticia en forma
prominente indicando que un
alto empleado del Ministerlo do
Comercio, paona trabas y di! j do
cultades a los barcos pequers mes bara
para sacar los permlsos reque-
ridos para pescar en aguas pa- COLON asto 27 C
namenas. COLON. agoto 27.
Como quiera qu el seflor Ve- ponsali. Allonso Matin
lisquez es el jefe encargado de panameno. cocinero, de 23 a&
tramltar con los barcos pesque- do edad. se encuentra doli
ma, pide que se nicle una in- do dede ayer en Ia PoUcie
vatipgacn pars aear en claru creta de eatsa ludad. -
1os cargo que hace La Hors de halher maltratado a n
contra el alto funcionarlo en cubina Bilvia Martinez, |
am eM l6 .

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Segmin informes trasmitidos desde Washington
por las agencies de prensa, ayer fue condecorado,
ie part del Presidente de los Estados Unidos de
tmerica, el Presidente de la Republica de Costa
Rica, S. E. don Otilio Ulate. El hecho tiene, a nues-
Iro juicio, una particular importancia por cuanto
puede considerarsele como un estimulo de la gran
nacion del note para la democracia latinoameri-
Es convenience establecer que, de acuerdo con
las fuentes informativas, la condecoraci6n fue otor-
gada al Presidente Ulate "por su contribuci6n a la
democracia, por la adhesion de Costa Rica a los
procedimientos democriticos y por el apoyo de Ula-
te a la libertad de prep.sa."
Entre los pueblos latinoamericanos es muy fa-
cil saber, por lo menos en terminos generals, cual
es la actitud de cualquiera de sus gobiernos con
relacion a la vigencia de los principios fundamen-
tales de la democracia. Y es evidence que 'el rigi-
men que preside el distinguido periodista costa-
rricense, don Otilio Ulate, esti considerado como
un gobierno respetuoso de la dignidad political de
su pueblo.
Es innegable que los Estados Unidos de Ame-&
rica tienen una considerable autoridad moral para
es&imular la democracia latinoamericana, porque en
ese pais las Ubertades pdblicas no tienen restric-
ciones arbitrarias y los postulados democraticos
adquieren una vigorosa realidad en su sistema de
gobierno. Por eso, el gesto de reconocimiento ha-
cia un gobernante de la talla republican, come el ac-
teal de Costa Rica, tiene una singular significa-
ciln como estimulo para los esfuerzos en favor
de la democracia latinoamericana, tan herida por
algunos regimenes de estirpe autocratica.
Cuaindo de part del gobierno de los Estados
Unidos de Amirica se produicen gestos que son,
o que acaso pueden interpretarse como actos de
especial simpatia hacia los regimenes dictatoria-
les de nuestro Continente, istos son recibidos por
los pueblos con grand sorpresa porque se conside-
ra que tales actitudes le restan prestigie a la glo-
riosa de i cia tde la o1ds6t estadounidehse. Des
de luego quoanaliadde' iasunto con itMsarcialidad
no puede creerse de ninguna manera, por lo me-
nos a ]a luz de la 16gica, que los Estados Unidos de
America traten de estimular intencionadamente a
los gobiernos militaristas y totalitarios del hemis-
ferio. Pero sucede que los dictadores se aprove-
chan de cualquier oportunidad, aunque sea traida
por los cabellos, para demostrar que gozan de la
simpatia del gobierno de los Estados Unidos, al
cual se le concede, repetimos, una gran autoridad
moral en el orden democratic.
La distinci6n de que ha sido objeto el Presi-;
dente de Costa Rica "por su contribuci6n a la de-
mocracia, por la adhesion de ese pais a los proce-
dimientos democraticos y por el apoyo de Ulate
a la libertad de prensa," tiene que ser considera-
da, como qued6 dicho al principio de esta nota edi-
torial, como un estimulo para la democracia la-

"Nos ahorra tiempo... dinero y mo-
lestias...representa mas ganancias"

-*so dian innumerabk

hombres d negocies sobhr *.

fCLxPgP CAuw~o

."Clipper Cargo" est6 al
alcance do su telifono.
Una Ilamada l traer6 r6pida-
monto un exporto on ol transport
do carga area. Comuniquose con
cualquior oficina do la PAA.
Cualquiera que sea su negocio, a usted le con-
viene 'onocer las multiples ventiajas (iqe Ie ofrece
"Clipper Cargo"-no solo sus embarques Ilegaran
con incredible rapidez, sino que ahorrara en al-
macenaje, inventarios, empaque y seguro.
I)esde hiace veinte afios P.A vicne desarrollando
esta important fase del trmisporte aereo... hasta
j que boy dia transporta millones de kilos entire los
seis continents del numdo. Esta es la manera
mejor de embarcar toda clase de mercancias.

Tel. $2-0670

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Drew Pearson dice: El comisionodo McCloy no tiene in-.
fluencia con los militares norte-aitericanos en Alema-
nia en el manojo de los refugiados Rusos que quierenl
ayudar a Estodos Unidos.

El Alto Comisionado, Jack
McCioy, quien esta llevyando
a cabo una gran labor,' se
supone que es la mis alta
autoridad en Alemania.
El Comisionado puede ha-
cer a un lado los decretos de
los tribunales alemanes. Pue-
de dar o sacar de la circu-
laci6n el dinero norteameri-
cano, vida de Europa. Puede
ordenar al Ejercito de Esta-
dos Unidos a qu e se salsa
de un sector o entire en otro.
Pero cuando se trata de
refugiados rusos que han
huido del tel6n de hierro, el
Alto Comisionado McCloy tie-
ne tanta influencia con *I
Ejercito de EItados Unidos
como un oven comunista en
la xona oriental de Alemanla.
Los militares norteamerlea-
nos se rien de sus 6rdenes
y se rascan las narices cuan-
do McCloy habla sobre re-
Quizas debido a esto y de-
bido a la labor de los jove-
nes de sociedad que forman
el servicio de inteligencia del
General Bedell Smith y los
aprendices a detectives en el
servicio de contra-espionaje,
los refugiados rusos decide
que la vida en la Rusla So-
vietica es much mejor que
en el mundo occidental y per
eso regresan allia.
En las afueras de Frank-
furt hay un campo de refu-
giados rusos.
Su nomore, su osicton
exacta y el numero de refu-
glados que vivenenn i se su-
pone que scan secretes. Ni
sun el mismo McCloy sabe
cuantos ruses hay en el. Ni
tampoco ha visitado el cam-
pamento nunca.
--Si McCloy le ordena al E-
jercto que deje entrar a
cualquier visitauite, el Ejerci-
to dice NO.
En este campo, hubo una

vo'w,SO0 oficlales rusos, quie-
n*s, dislustados con el EQjr-
cif Rojob huyeron a la zsone
norteamericana de Alemania,
asniobs de ayudar a Esta-
dos Unidos.
Pero durante meses, estos
ofictales estuvieron sin hacer
na dt,. sentados, acostados,
durmiendo, comlendo y Bien-
do entrevistados per j6venes
Agents del servicio de con-
tra-esplonaje, volvieron L
sentare, acostarse, dormlr,
comer y volviendo a ser en-
tr9vstados, por el services de
Algunos de estos refugiados
fueron enviados por Isa via
area a Estados Unldesi en
medio de gran excitacl6n pa-
ra Informer sobre las .condl-
clones dentro de Rusia a los
Jefes del Estado Mayor.
A algunos se les ofreci6 el
cielo dentro de Estados Uni-
dos. Al final de cuentas, to-
dos fueron obligados a espe-
rar, sentarse y graclas a la
esterilidad, ineficiencia y fal-
ta de imaginacl6n del Ej6rei-
to de los "Dick Tracy" ama-
teurs del General Bedell
Smith, todo ued6 en nads.

los ofrece:

Tel 1000 Col6n.


Administrator Gral. de Rentas Internas

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que el dia 31 de Agosto vence el plazo

para pagar a la par el IMPUESTO SO-
BRE INMUEBLES correspondiente al
2o. cuatriinestre de 1951. Despuis de

esa fecha, se cobrara el recargo que es-

tablece la Ley.

KLIM es pure y se.ure
.. envaseda por un

proedimiento espe l
El sabor, frescura y valor nutritivo de la mejor leche de vaca
permanecen protegidos pars Ud. en cads lat de KLIM, la cual
is "nvasada por un procedimiento especial. In mu lta sellads,
KLIM I llege a Ud. tin fresca y pura como an el dia que saliti
de Is grania, con todas Its importantes protelnas, grass, carbohi-
drato, viaminas y minerals necesarios para i& buena ,slud.
IKLIM oM leche de superior calidad, como s61o 30 aAos de exope-
riencia pueden producirla!
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2. KLIM- sosorvei ll rfrieor.elii
3. KLIM. *Msempre do eoJad erifo rm *
4. KLIM .. *xaloIe pere .l sile on
5. KLIM am*mo** valor uotritivo do lo
6. KLIM- roseIlemde Pars I. *ailmeat.
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La Noticla de Aio!


esiar6 en EXHIBITION

d de 9 atm.alOp. .

Cruce Tiveli Panami


: 00 Buenose dea
S aBiuaer doBI

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con Antine
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NACIONEB UNIDABS, N. Y. teat Is experts hicleron no-
Ia IntemperancIa. e *I corner tar quo I as mla propor-p
y en ., beer se un rcal del cion dedo mafnitud. en BSul
espiritu. Es ta frame ae remon- y en he ol o medlo pr
ta al 5g9lo V OtM de Jesu- clent'd fd a 1iln adulas
cisto. Los historladores Il atri. sure de salo ollmo con las
:uyen a .Hocrt,, o 0 i .o da confl unts co m p 11icaciones
sus discipulo. mental .y filcau. En los bi-
Hacia MUin del s gi o XVIIi la tadom UVldom y probablmernte
frase empes6 a ts ,cnalderadaa n tugoe0lavli, el porcentaje

escocta Thomna Trotter y el ment eon lo e taldos Unidop,
otro del Cirulatio. General do Suecla y an ae 75 por
los Eatados IVndon, doctor or Ben lento lalBoeno pa-
jamin Rush. decent dr 1o0mn aoione. Y el
La acogida que lot trabaJo porcntai l total de casos de al-
de oestos especialistas tuveron eoholn mo rbablemente 4
en un comlenzo nto ofue muy Yome4 *I ntoo s r oue cafeatr-
grande. Pero en leW ealtmos 12 do pr corclonos.
anos se ha desarrollado una Los pcoleltaa recomerida-
fuerte corriente en los irculos ran Ia fomrb nm de tur s rio-
profeslonals y lalei que me- pealae para lI eonseftasa de
inclina a con lnderar 1 alcoho-V pa eoa s visitadlorU soclale O,
lismmo Como una enfermedad, F onMara y miembros do pro-
mas correctamenteoun desor- fealo e allne ,con el dobeto
den do caricter clinic. de r a los Imedcos en el
Sin embargo, a pear deo este trtalnehuto la prevonci6n del
[rogreso, el reconoclmlento del aleohnierno. `
problema del alcobolismo no a e L uo ht zo saber que cler-
logrado ei apoyo decidido de tas dol, como la l amadae
los grades cuerpos m edicos. dluera umd" .(quH ces cono-
Recintementn la Organizaci6nl cids omercialmetc e per various
Mundial de la Salud (OMS), otros nomnbres) y la "catch",
uno de los organlamos especia- han probado ser Attles en el
lizados de las Naolones Unidas, tratamielto del alcoholslmo, d o-
decldi6 incluir el problems del bre todo cuando van scompa-
alcoholismo en au prograMa deo fiadas con psicoterapia. 'l me-
labores, clasificando on esta jor medif recovendado por los
forma oficlalmente el mal de la expketo pars someter a los
intemperancia come uh proble- alcoh6licoa al debido trata-
ma a revolver dentro del cagn- miento es el Internamiento en
po de la salubridad- pibslia. clinicas.
En 1950 el Director General Los especiallatOs definieron
de la Junta Ejecutiva de la el alcohollmo aomo un mal
sels experts psiqufitrlcos, en ;un a14 frae de Htp6cratcs) pe-
representacl6n de sels passes ro que en *I cut o Ael tism-
miembros de iWOMB, para. es- p6 se cnvlerte on tin, desorden
tudiar a fondo y hacer reco- que ipide al bebedor dear
mendaclonca sobre el problema el licor a voluntad. Esta ilti-
del alcoholnsmo. ma faqe do, lo que .eonscituye
En primer lugar el. grupo de el alcobolhimo.,
especialistas def6 conatancia de A lo a Iomentoa psicol6gicos
que en muchos paties no so ha individuales hay que agregar
reconocido todavia la serledad otros Soclales y econ6mlcos en
del problema, An algunos Es- el origen del alcoholiamo.



1.090 Kcs

3:30 Dan ftOdkere
Anvna Quoaer.
=r atoeld. fortuta d(
3:48 CMg ste

I artala doe loalnacenei

4:30 Dd toria
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N acho Vid

f:30 a Novela Admiral
--aarge Aeasales
co a do amuebaria

do Autaa ten phr
7:*0 A-p*A
y So
corto l del Ron
Carta VeS
7:15 La Novela Camel
I aos de 04d
Court. do Clgagyilos Cam)l
7:3t ?iginas de Asser
dramatilacl6n, cortesa de
lt Aide XImperial
7:45 La
4de ty WilUlisamna
corteie de Rhoda
*:a. I DIularto w a Muse'
dramatlmact6n, corteta
Sdo Almaenes La Aurora
:15 to Ves BN)a
con Anita Valaz,
corteaia de la muebleria
1 -B...roaea
8:30 MWslca espafiola
8:45 M ars ,
druatiaci6n, corteia
de' la COa Angelini
dab a.tnte.
-:45 Loe Paamnerteanes
10:00 Orandes artiatas
10:15 Francisa y su musica
10:31 Draiatizal.n BBC
11:00 El Ca1clonero Nocturnal
11:30 Musica 'e palabras
12:00 Buenas noches








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fabrlcado, por la In sitional su local lra reaUzacion de
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se b*neltode *su' 'ut19 a de
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sonas iftt r smid, uw ilur do cordialments a esms curbs a. los
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Cenratl esti che
El Teatro Central anuncia
para hoy lunes, on tanda deo
las nueve de la noche, otro de
sus famoaos y bien raeptados
"Estrenos Soipreslvos", modill-
dad que consist en presentar
misterlosamenite un estreno ig-
norado, lo cual ha constituido
hasta la present, plena s.-
tisfacci6n, porque se han ea-'
cogido buenas peliculas para
este fin,
No.. dudamos que .el de hoy,
como los tnteriorea, soer otrq
lleno, pues tenemos ehtendido
que se proyectari una de laS!
mejores cintas 'cinematogrifti-
cas del afio..
Felicitamos una vezi mis al
Central por dtro triunfo mas.

P1 RI ABU I d6eada ider X0 y. a 'ella los ves tidos de ,bao.. p're Is uia 4r- duii.a. A la
l64la.) t el emua ina, creactln arel recomepda da come "modd~ta" en ,19%, y.qe mi0qha, u r-
5.*. *arboo txaba&a sunlamente illicl a*costum brarse a. los arevldos modetio' el aqie sii-
Euw gque waT~bas. damas sil repe eagsban a doptando. Este zes un modeo sIWieate atre-
lil.. Pbr pmper vyes se podiaf i-r las piernas hasta los nmusllo, -l eW c'intuMa frtirrmite a-
p Ir.s0c6 A Mlucir ese luaj 4ue ahora llma mos "curvas fenleiltas'. .el c tnqian. eraf no
4 ila.ltios grltas de la mIod. e.tuvo en bo n a duratte mnjo asho s.aI. I sla qtue aI*4e.
q o itbiula.i de Fonclliai6 "cntre el me odelo. "'todto to.y el "atrevid6". : '1vtiiA frto-
gra B .itra que san ea lt92 los estilis tas de. in moda no andabnn qdieote. "Be aqui
Un 'm de-bai he ho de ie -.-- un cuando los unteoi.s qae nadan ceoa ,-abrl os de pelees

ternfUortal Iarvter en Ia ci- *
dad de Roario.-. Argentina,. su
pals 4t~l: Mi. compen eotros dio- 40*3
aca su1Vovarin en a&iones privados
blin tatendo a-auseargo el Sr. *
Santodoming a ora izaci6n y S
dire6on de escuelas park meca.
n perares de maquina-
'" r'O' rT"" escasez de avines i Huitares
orAlion #eeits lfacllndades .
do' lsy.x sias de la Cor- Por un Corresponsal Especial clon de aeroplanos de combat
o de la her- .(N. A. N. A.) y bombarded brft4tlcos ha cau-i
miRR.lP c de Chile. Ac- 'LONDRES, Agosto.27 (EPS)- .sado una notabe:'reddcci6n en
tunint, tiene ,ur dicdlc6n so- I1,grah aumento en la fabrica-, la producCidt doe aviones de
bx'o. 10 prowlemasrelaclo- .
na I con II'zintenimiento y
..er 1 de loi foductos de Ia
Intprnational Harvster en Pa-
nt. rlombIte . R EI C U E RD E . .

Sahs 1podido ve rificar la nptl-
t1a 4d quo la aIitencia a lok cur-
soaw.de mecanica, que dictarA VI E T IB R
Sr. S'antodomingo sera comple- i
tamente libre .y gratuita. r
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L nueva rmquina de escribir SmithCorona' est aqul!

El .oiepse Ide Pgagina o ...
abo ai. al arte exactamenie ..
cufotas pultfajide p lpel Ie quedan paMa
fimalizar so Escritlra. .
Tien-un nueyoatto sudave; ritmico y veloz.
IJntnueva acti6nque hace su mecanorafia .
miuclb xis faT4Xe antes
El n tvoSegridati iPortg-tipos Je da la :etcti- nr y .
rura mas perfecaa que jainas haya. sonado. P. pns.'L4 fl.h unip,
en el disco roJo mand qu
Tiene mas cracWi&ticas jar: rhorrar aba- .,.wur i. hiia, "
41 11n.l d. Is paRIf ol
jo que cuaMquiera oara mnAuinm de escribir. all\ ra"ja "Fi ind'r-
Visitenos y pzuce la lrm-moderna Smiih- "~fiit Varo Ins aik Ial
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L T5o 2.2010

de transport par la Real
Fuerza A6rea.
Y por primer yves. *n la his-
toria de #sta, se han celebrado
contratos con las empreias de
aviaci6n privadus para el trans-
porte de personal military 'n sus
aparatos. Estas empreeas ao tie-
nen nexo alguno con el gobier-
no. Los contratos lea han sido
dados simpleaiente porque no
ha sido posIble encontrar otra
solucion al problema.
Los funedonarios milltarT y
sus familiares, lo 'mismo que el
personal puramniente nllitar, po-
mo tropas para Gibraltar y Mal-
ta, estan siendo Ilevados o trai-
dos en los aeroplanos Viking
perteneciepit: a varils compa-
flias privadas.
Esto ha causado dificultades
en lo que se refiere a &la ona
del canal de Suez. El goblerno
egipcio 'no ehnitie el descenso
de civilea en puntos en done
haya tropas bkltni cas acuar-
teladas. Pero las autoridades
britinicas' no desean hacer mis
grave ,a sluaci6n, y se indi-
ca que es possible que para lie-

Lea "El Aviso OooortunW"

var tropas a osa ons 6 usaran Real Puerza AMrea, a pesOr e
unleamente ieroplanoa de las diftcultades que eato irpre
Real Fuerza Area exparade- sent. n

estat desempacando a ,


Es la protecci6n y las comodidades que le rodean desde el momeito en que se sus.
cribe a imestro Oran Club de Macbles y Mercaderias. Su felicidad sera complete
al cona guir con una insignificant suma muchas cosas de alto valor para poder
moderuizar so ho;ar. Rf uerdA qpt. 0as fcadlid qeo. 6nincal. e }vu i
Maia mecite y mru dade 1 mont0mito que usW g di'yorg., .i

Nuestro Club es'el que tiene
mayor nfimero de socios y el
mas antiguo de la Repfiblica
Con. 45 Semanas: Juego pa-
ra Sala de 5 Piezas.
Radios, Refrigeradoras, Lava-
doras, Miquinas de Coser,
Miquinas de escribir, Estufas
de Kerosene, Abanicos. LAm.
paras residenciales, Archiva.
dores, Estufas para. gas, Col.
chones, Lin61eos, Alfombras,
Bicicletas de las me jores
Llantas y Baterias para
Carros, Chivas y Trucks.
Relojes, Sortijas y otras pren-
das de Joyeria y Plateria,
Juegos de Cubiertos, Vajillas,
Cristaleria, Articulos para re-
Trabajos garantizados.
Cualquier otro articulo deeds
diez balboas on adelante.
No tenemos sucursales ni
agents vendedores.
Reparamos Radios de
cualquier marca.

Eatrgams:s ercaeria al moment de sscrieirse, enviindola a su casa,
OPCION A GANARSE, 1 Juego de Recimara o Comedor completes, que obsequia.
mos SEMANALMENTE g nuestro suser stores.



Muebljria Ferretrim *Articulos de Casa
Joy.ida y Plateria ObjeteO para Regales
(Ave. Central No. 20) pr6ximo a la Laoeria (Antigua Ferreteria Duque)

El m4Ait-bA naro Club s recoocid, per nmH. do hogares en toda la Republima.
u* Maaderera, A. epdlte du e mdsleraL Fabrics do Mues Finet .
b a IFoa eld puw r entruacftpu Vitrinas do umtrador n

W*1.1 gr -
4"Z. .

Celeste, rosa, blanco.
32 a 38.
Especial... 5.50

Colores claros.
Paras uso diario.
Especial.. .1.50

Negro, rosa, blanco.
Peauefla. medians, grande.

Negro, azul, blanco.
Tallas 24 a 30.
Especial: 6.95 y 7.95

La media mas final
Especial... 2.25

6 colores... 1.40



Socios favorecidos e Agosto 26 de 1951:

Seftora ALMA TOMILSON-Calle 22 Rate bis-Una
estufa de gas de cuatro quemadores marca Magic
Chef. Ganada con 3 semanas.
Seofor RAMIRO ALVARADO -David, Chiriqui- Una
plancha 'el6ctrica automitica. Gan6 con 7 sema-
SefiorPRUDENCIO PEREZ Calle 18 sube bis, No. 15
.- ,Unereloj de pulsera. Gan6 con 8 semanas.
Sfior RAMIRO AALVARADO David, Chirlqui Un
radio marca Telefunken de cinco tubos. Gano con
S semanas.
Sefiora PETRA MARIA CARRANZA-Ave. 8ur No. 1--
Una limpara residencial de 3 luces. Gan6 con 10
setuanaal '- *
Seftor JOSE M. LAS80-Calle 16 Oeste, No. 41-Una
cama.de, eapba en jaspe nararija con su 6olchon
y spring: de resortes. Un )in6leo y otras mereade-
r*a. OaMO con 12 qemanas. .
E. X.--Una amai doble;de, caoba barnizada en natu-
ral Qsctr6, coi 'su eolch6n y spring de rfsortes.
Ganada con, 17 semahas,.
Sefior'OSWALDO .MORTIS--Cale 1l, Parque Lefevre,
: No. 12-UJn ,jue(i de salt de, ocho pleas, barnle-
das en color vino y tapizadas ,n cero .aul..Gtno6
con 18 semanas..
Sefiora ROSA VILLALOBOS-Calle 18 Oestf, No. 7-
Un estant, de doa cuerpos futurist, barnizado en
lasp.narWnja-..Gan con 28 emanas.
Senior ROBERT BENNET BEYNOR-La Boca, No: 1008,
'-Un juego de sala Renaclmiento,.spai'.fo barnt-
S ad' en color vino y tapizado en el mismp color.
Oan6 con 37 semanas!
ZX. XX. X-Unapeinadora futurista barnizada en color
vino "con su. banqueta. Gn6 con 6 8 'semanas.
ANITA C.'DE COLLUM-Parque Lefevre No. 800-Un
slll6on per recAmara, tapizado en damasco color
vino. Gangdo con 48 semanas..
Sehior1ta GtADALUPE MARTINEZ--Calle 19, Oeste,
No. 9-Unt ostufa de kerosene-de trees iemadores
con gahlnete. Ganada con 49. semanas.
Sefiora 'TUIAA L. vda. 'de WITHI--Cential, Rio Aba-
Jo, No. 220-ThUn jutgo de sala de cinco plezas.
barnizadas en jaspe naranja y tapizadas. en color
rojo. GenO con 53 semanas.



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0ea uena Aluirici a Migriol A A mericana o, a-lcando a los nooS en ui
Snerca tes, en et a y demo- l
Intituto De Nutricion De Centro mria Pan los agricultores de Chiriqu l ee Ve ad

Bsta vitamin tambin solu- cuadas de la dieta. ponsal). En circulos intere- Intervienen en el fracaso de social y ca tre el ele- a(C oI spoo.ISI r.ALon- en So taes d alq

i nluencia e eci cacn lud mlc cc n .de h ue em rr e de l o to 1- adec u dqre e-s taedes rno lo M endo tae al r d ey uea-tor h o s oSl n adtooa -
Saceite de hcgadorte de bacala vi- camentidades de calorcio de ca cf6sluro ytivldades angricolas se consde- to de atudiar y det eri n ar i interior d as e arar la for- c p y ramas dod que los harbo-
al llberacrlo, por detruccion, de fnfnro en l esno y E- rOn agricola americana dic- gratizar el nxito en c elnde o u ndo r pl a los dl casero dd lela, has -
su vitamin A, afin tenia una jerce un efecto director en la tanine cientificamente si en Ila tivos alienta a los agricultores mlembros de .dreetiva que made a Iasn utoridades lota- le .'Muertos. Ya, concluy6 don
Sinfluencia es aeciica en ci ea- alciicacin de huesos ue tierras de Panama se puede que por falta de tecnica y ayu- qud46 Integrada. de la manera Lo"no, noB eyso n grit
Sinfluencia especifica en el depa- dalcificacin de huesos que e o al a pesar a sigulente: pari y mprn d eas db.t
rollo del esqueleto, esto indio tan en period ae crecimlento sembrar papas a pesar dde sr oficil adecuada trabajanteo- sguente des rrollo y bliestar de ues- montafa.orrlonde a leastau
oseote malaiscia dlo a _raordii qesfuerzos realizados per agri- merosos y expucestos a la Ao mA.m hs d lrornteriornvtendoos a quO Ct NdTdsBans neaa
dltramentue la existoencia de h o- -- cultures de las tierras athas de rotundos fracasos. del Do d undo P. Quin-nto in r l nvlmdelora d lue. y La deSua ?ritinvetdgar
tcifatoa que fu i laadea oh nele i tlerPvicpeudnoO led hagandMl omlbros del club y la c luaa do eotoo males que
to factor que fui llamada aiO- Etereo; vice-prerdente, Olmedo aasiatan a lai la oesln que so bien pueden constituir unsa-
rraquitico.e t el OI io d c Torre velsecretoro, Miguel de ral- verifcan todo los jueves a las menasa pra los mnoradores de
La funci6n m importance ce r t Torre; secretno, Glady Pera- .m. en Ieacuela Nicols ata y otras region d is Pro-
Vitamins, D escla de lda enuele t &; soub-serertarro,"ETarc ENSoSP EI.
metaolsmodeloeleets Ingenieros Civiles era cam a ana laEspnoa; holes, Mararita Pacheo.de
que forman los huesos y dientes Lozano y c 1 ens Vedefo -Cen-
EcalcEoSy f6sforoEde tal Emane-esac,.-it dalfiscal, Agdpitodm azlez.
ra e reuten so As f- se reune esta noche se esta desarrollando en David ,i Club do Int toranos hcef ,
oente utilizaci6n. La ausencia I I una publicst iamada a torlas
de Vitamina D afecta principal- El Colegio de Ingenieros C- DAVID agosto 23. (Corres- La noticia de que Is partida las personas interesad en el
iente a los huesos y dientes viles de Panama cita a s Tu ponsa). Seria campafia an- pra tan Importante labor e St
produciendo raquitismo en los miembros a usa reunion ha "TEA TReOcC aEL qo
prifios y osteomalacia en 1o a- traordinaria que tendonugxtimalrica ha venido desarro- agotindose, al punto quea no entusamoy tes6n qe 1l To
iosdult yos st; aunque parlacia estn los se hoy a las ocho y media de la land en esta Provincia ese podrA continuarse, ha sido mo- ha hecho la directive saliente.R CE NRA L
dultos; aunque para *estos se hoy a las ocho y media de la Departamento del Minlsterlo de tlvo de preocupaci6n en secto- La nueva Junta directd'Ca de XA A CA
recesita que la proporci de noche en el edico de la Fa revision Social res favorecdos con el rieo Avanzada.Juvenil d Pamas
las cantidades totals de calrio cultad de Ingenleria de la Uni- de DDT y en las zona s gue Bellas eat& integrada en la
y f6sforo sean tambien inade- versidad de Panama. todavia no han recibido los be- siguiente f o r msa: president, Presenzta con orgaoosrs de suh /amos
SED 4A AMERICANA neficios de tan lovable campafia. Renaldo Cballos vie-pres- f s
D \ ANAMIEOJal la Contraloria General dented, Florentino Ceballos; te-
Sluci6n adecuada a este asunto tario, Victor Galvan; fiscal, ESTRENOS SORPRESIV O
-- ---- -- que atafie a la salud d los Angel de la Espada.
10 4 I0 me asoclados. c
ej - -- 1o ma-" --5- d Pm- J U E V E S EN EL y esla vez para mayor y md "reata satisaccidn
S-mejores programas Jvenes de Palmas r A nade las mas grande super produciones
--Ti, -- Bellas eligen su BONTERe deeIrao

2 _1 ESTA NOCHE .... directiva en Colo n M Recuerde: a las 9 p. m.
28.-0-dicen de Madte.... uni6n efectuadagayer, se l e-
nueva directiva de Is sociedad

1-ompaero mexicanismo. 1-Monesta comunidad residents en

6-3Quiebra commercial. 2-Que forma machas ondas. .. TE TRO LUX Co
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* Carlos L. Moctezuma TITO JUNCO
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Jeff Corey, en
Errol Flynn
Olivia de Havilland, en

Nin6n Sevilla Victor
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Dick Powell, en
Victor Mature, en

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.CNT1RALYCALLE 21 -1*1TELS., 2-1850
Y 2-1855

Il tarde un tU en honor de la
sefora dofia Esperanza Ouardia
de Mlr6. primera vice-presiden-
ta de la misma, con motive de
au proximo vlaje a la Republ-
ca Argentina. Para informed seo
puede liamar a la Profesora
Raquel M. de Le6n P.. al telle
lano 2-4028 o al 3-1769.
Del ComUtild Pro
OnArderia unfantil
21 Comitd Pro-Guarderia In-
lentil del Club Interamerlcano
do Mujerez tendran loy t las
0.30 p.m. una "Paella", a bone-
flieo de la Guarderia Infantil,
en a moresidencia de la sefloa
dol.a Rosa de Hernandez en l
CAngrejo. La seiora doa Espo-
ranza Guardia de Mlr6 ser las
invltada deo hanoi.
Le 6entr. Ameulep
N aestro cordial saludo de
bienvenida a 82. el Ministro de
Panama en Honduras, seflor
don Abel Quintero. qulen lleld
a pasar unos dias con s us fami-
llares en la capital.
Doe los Etados Unidos
Le damos la blenvenida a S.
E. el Ministro del Brasil en Pa-
nama, anotlr don Joao Emillo
Ribeiro y a su distinguida es-
posa, quienet llegaron hoy e.
bordo del Vapor Panama.
Regresaron de su temporada
pasada en los Estados Unidos
el senor don George F. Novey
y su seflora dofia Amalia Ga-
rrido de Novey y su hija dofia
Ivonne Ndvey de Bennett. Los
aludamos muy cordialmente.
D,. Costa Rica
Despuis de Iaber pasado una
courta temporada en San Jose,
Costa Rica. se encuentra de
nuevo entire nosotros la sefiorma
Gladys V. de Martinez. La sa-

SuaVes como
la soda

1I tue do ga lae
pares u restore

d*e POND' S

Bkse y plv es.. Ited** e vweol

66 aquiitos maices.
aata oen cada caBa.
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Nuestro acreditado departamento de viajes esti a su enter
dilposicl6n. Le indicamos la via miu rApida, segura y eco-
n6mica y obtenemos sus documents de viaje completamente

SFociUfaim do aplicer No require agua-no
mancha los dedos. Angel Face no se reseca. Se aplica
con la mota que trade y deja un acabado aterciopelado.
iDure much mas quo loe polvosl Ese acabado uniform,
exquisite, que dura lanto en el rostro, sedebe a una raz6n
especial. Angel Face contiene un ingredient "adhesivo"
quie es parte inegrante de este maquillaje tan divino.
INo so deomm on l boels la ropal jQu6 delicia es llevar
Angel Facede Pond's!-Tan nrtido y tan perfect para un
ripido retoque-dondequiera que este, en cualquier momeito.


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De la CVsta AtlUatte
Baludmosa al aefior don 1t.-
nuel Lyons Jr. y seflort deoa
.Akry Morgan de Lyons, quiepes
regresaron de Colon on d46ad
pasaron el fin de Serarna.
Advo bfie nt ,
at de placemea el hogar del
eor don Carln o Alberto Chlari
/ asenra dona Eatella de Hs-
-eth de Chiari, con la llegda
te uU robust varoncito el vir-
nes en a Clinicsa San Fernando
Nuestr s fellcitaclones par lo
dichoeo padres y una vid lia e-
na do ventura6 para el otedn
Ab donean el Hospital
Anotamos compiacldos el res-
tablecimliento de I sefiora dofia
Dora Alvraado de Moatt, 4at
bandond la Clinic lan r-
Despues de haber pasado va-
rlis dias en el Hospital, as in-
cuentra de nuevo en s8 u si-
denca a eftorae dofla Ins vda
de Zarak, Nos alegramos.
Del Club Interamericano
de Mujeri
Maflana martsa 28 de aeto
a las 10.00 a.m., t4adraT lu r
en Ia reslaencia de la sefiora
dofas Isabel Espinosa de Valla-
ra..ao, una important roeun6n
oel. Comitd Pro-Asilo de Bolivar
del Club Interamericano de
Mujeres. Se suplica Ia puntual
Camblo de Residenela
El sefnor don Antonio Paredes
y seflora dofi a Vlnaegiaa de
redes, han trasladado au re-
sidencia a la Avenida Euseblo
Morales, El Cangrejo, en donde
se ponen a laa 6rdene ode aus
Aniversaro de l a d trimonio
Felicitamos cordialmente a]
Sr. don Ricardo Arias Espino-
sa y seflora dofla Olga Arias
do Arias, quienes celebran en
esta fecha su aniversarlo de
Celebran hoy dos aflos do ea-
siados el Dr. Rogello Boyd y se-
fara Teresita TeJ lra do Boyd.
Los felicitamos.
Cumplefeos de aoy
Bra. Ana Teresa Valnarino de
Bre. Connie de Conte Men-
Srta. Emilia Frbrega Goytia
Sr. Juan Francisco Arias Jr.
Nlfia Jeanette Boyd Arias
Nifla Michele Jicome
NRAfa iella Tlsa Mnndez
Nita Marta Gonzilez Revl.
lla Jurado.
Seflor Josi M. laundes.
Cumpleafiosa de Mafiana
Bra. Flora Benedettit de Chi-
Sro JudithNv de Alfro
Iesa e Vergtra.. r
taN., Bh.Ily Smith PRsons
r. Frank Morrnlck r.
Sr. Manuel Antonio Eskildsen
Nifio Eduardo Arango Arias
Nifia Elena Bosa Bermudea
Niio Horaclio E. Aguirre.
Heels La Habana
Con el fin de continuar sus
estudlos superlores, partly ha-
cla La Habana. Cuba, Ib sefio-
rita Marl.. Bustamente. A la
vez que consignamos la noticia,
le deseamos a la seflorlta Bus-
tamante muchtoexito en sus

Perlonece il Gral.

Ramirez buque que

capture lTrujillo
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, a-
gosto 27. (UP). El doctor
Angel Morales, dirlgente domi-
nicano, en el exllio dijo que el
barco "Quetzal" que ha caido
en powder del Goblerno Domini-
cano pertenece en verdad al
General Miguel Angel Ramirez,
jefe de la oposici6n dominica-
na en el destierro, quien ac-
tualmente reside en Venezuela.
El ex-Umbajador dominica-
no en Washington que reside
en Puerto Rico, diSo que el
"Quetzal", barco del tipo de
buque de desembarco de tropes,
fue comprado par Ramirez a
Estados Unidos coma exceden-
te de guerra y bautizado con
el nombre de "El Fantasma".
Afiadio que el buque tue utili-
zado en la malograda expedi-

0ouiere dormir
como un bebi?
Pongsa un poco de POS'UM ona an
eu, agrfgutle agua o lch. ealie.
to y obtoandr uns bebida sabra".
Ain stimulaste, qtue l ayudardd
"unutar do ua sueSo tranquil.
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Seir Coemdctor:
Evite que estos simbolos luctuosos se multipliquen.
Manele con cautela y observe los reglamentos de transit.
Este simbolo aparecera dondequiera que ocurra ase muerte
per accident de transit.
(Cortesia do la Esso).

BM 3 61 d Gi obitmoe y Justicia: '
De conformldad con 1 que precepta el artlelo 42 do Ia Cons-
tit lalgtt l ilor Preasdente.de I* Rep por el 6SU1n6
do, sEwG a adno cargo. quo o asirvMA tuivir:
16. L ntendla dictad paor IA Honorable Corte Suprnea de
Just %A. 4 A itot do 1951 y publicada on "La Estrella de
pan __U-4" 1 dm mut mes, por. lI cual se deOl 100e26 i 6txle el
IDeeto Ly No. 1 die 2 d sept mbre de 1950, ha restabl cido
I dN IA lgncist de Is la y 154 de 1943 dead la tech de la
lexpediodel allo.
2o. ltads ntOncia tiene el efecto uridico de yolver lam
cos al eatdo tt ente antes del 5 de ptlbre db 1 150, tcha
de las expdil6nt del Decreto-Ley No. 21 viniado de inconstituciona-
lydad, *,ao de reatablecer el orden juridicoeo Atrado con dicho
Decreto-L y a -cuanto atheale cuestion~t de orden pblico, pues.
en cuanto a controveralas de derecho prised6 y a derechos adquiri-
doe or partlculares no surte efectoa retrocativoa.
0. L-A dIelaratoria consignada en la sentencia de 21 de A-
gosto d 151, menclonada en el punto lo., conaagra 1iexiften-
cia del scretd-Ley No. 21 de 1950 viciado de lnconetituciftalldad
y u Impotncia para producer efecto Juridicoas, no B6lo con pos-
terlotld al flo, .dinAo desde el momento en que comenz6 a reglr
como con ttuloAtalmente expedido,--in sberlo,-en todo cuanto e-
feet U dareh6 ublioo.
d Olt lto eI ris0luctin de la consult contenida en loa puntos
que at09 .p.rque he vista en Ia pronsa local que ii seolr Ma-
nuel o 6 lama, titulndose Gerente de Ia oaja de Seuro Social,
on su hnioderado debe de no abandonar el cargo que detente, ha
iechou p crultaie acomodaticia que alguno* er-t esta resuilta
de anttpno en forms favorable a sus pretnerlone; pero como yo
no partlclpo de eosta creincia deaeo contribuir Il Ostudio sereno y
desopalreIado de la cuesti6n planteada, on Ia absolute confianza
de queo r A otar intimamente relacionadas ambus olicitudes, la del
wefler le y la mia, seran dicididas a un mismo tiompo.
Se ha querido dar la impression de que en nuostro derecho
consttucIonal existe diferencia entire los tirminos laxze ible e
Ineonstftueloaal l efecto se han echo diversea apreclaciones
sobre l4aloance Juridieo de los falls de la Corte, segun quo en
elles s6 mplee un termino o el otro. Aun cuando respeto el cri-
teriao de lo juristas que se expresan en el sentido Indicado, estimo
que inOtoqeuibe t nconstituclonal son sin6nimos, aegon paso a deo-
El articulo 167 de la Constitucl6n Nacional 'reot asi:
"Articulo 167. A la Corte Suprema de Justicia se le confia la
guards doe la ntegridad de la Constituci6n. En consecuencia, ade-
mis de las facultades que le confieren dsta y las leyes, tendri la de
decldir definitivamente, con audiencia del Procurador General c0
la Nacl6n, sobre Ia exequibllidad de los proyeetos de leyes que ha-
yan sido objetados por el Ejecutivo como inconstltucionales por
razones de fondo o de forms y sobre la de todas las leyes, decretos,
acuordos, resolublones y. demas actos impugnados ante ella por
cualquier cludadano y par las mismas caues.
"Tambldn decidiria la Carte sabre sat una reform constituclo-
nal es xequible, cuando el Ejecutivo la objete por no haberse a-
justado so expedicifn a las normas fuiadas en el articulo 256.
"Todo funcionarlo encargado de impartir justicia que al estu-
diar una causes cualquiera consider que la disposici6n legal o re-
glamentaris apllcable es inco titueienal, consultara a la Corte
Supreme de Justicia, antes de decidir. para que esta reauelva el
. "Las decisions dictadas por la Corte Suprema de Justicia en
ejerlcico de Ia facultad que este articulo le confiere son finales.
i-t.tivas y obligatorlas y deberan ser publicadas en la Gaceta
Official .
Pata comprender mejor el text transcrito ea precise descom-
ponerlo asi:
a) A la Corte Supreme de Justicia se le confia la guard de
Ia Integridad de la Constitucion.
b) En consecuencia, edemas de los facultades que le confieren
esta y as leyes, tendr la de. decidir deflnitlvamente, con audien-
cia del Procurador General de la Naclon, sobre la exequibilidad de
loa proyectos de leyes que hayan sida objetados por el Ejecutivo
coma constituclonaleso or razones de fondo o de farina.
c) En cnsaecuencia. ademas de las facultades que le conftie-
ren esta Constltuci6n y las leyes, tenur Ia de decidir definitiva-
nifente, con audiencia del Procurador General de la Nacl6n, sabre
ea eequibllidad de todas las leyes, decretos, acuerdos, resoluciones
y demas acts impugnados ante ella por cualquler ciudadano y
por las mismas. causa (de lnconstitucionalidad par razones de
fondo o de forma).
d) Tamblin decidiri la Corte sabre si una reforms constitu-
onal es exeiible cuando el Ecando iejecutivo Ia objete par no haberae a-
justado su expedicl6n a las normal fijadas en el articulo 256 de
la ConatituclTn. ,
e) Todo funcionarlo enoargado de impartir justicia que al
estudiar una causa cualquiera considers quoe la spoil6n legal o
reglamentaria aplleable es inconstitucional, consultarr a sla Corte
Supreme de Justicla antes de decidir, part que 6sta resuelva el
f) Las declsionen dictadas por ia Corte Suprema de Justicia
en ejerciclo de la facultad que este articulo le confiere son finales,
definitivas y obligatorias y deberan ser publicadas en la OGaceta
Como se puede observer con la simple lecture del text cons-
titucional, se emplea en el la palabra "exequibiUidad" coma sinoni-
ma de "eentituelionalidad" y que ae usan ambon t6rminos en una
misma oraci6n indistintamente con el mismo significado para evi-
tar mu repeticlon y la cacafonia. V.G. Cuando en el parrafo segundo
del articulo dice "tambien decidira la Corte sobre si una reform
constitutional es exequible .... ha querldo evitar la redundancia
que se encuentra al decir "tambien decidiri la Carte sabre sl una
reforms constitucional es constituclonal ...."
La misma Carte, en la sentencla de 21 de Agoato de 1951, que
es material de las consults, reatirma eata tests cuando en la par-

to renlutive se expr es td: Z-1
"Es, pues, inconstitucional el Decreto-Ley No. 21 de 25 de
tiembre de 1960, ya quo no fue acordado mediante el voto un
deo 1 Comist6n Lefglativa Permanente ,an violacln del or
del articulo 162 de la Constituolo6n Naslonal.
"Por tanto, la Corte Suprema de Justicts, en ejerciole de
tested co.atitucional, lo declare inexoidble".
& evidente que la Corte ua6 la palabra linexqible en lgaX
del tirmino inclotuonsl para no declr, en perjuicio de la
gancia de la expresidn, "par tanto, la Corte Supreme de JustlCb
en ejercielo de potestad constitucional, lo declare inconstitucone
Se sostiene par algunos que los efoctod del fall no ueden steW
retroactive en tnrminos absolutos. Otros arguyen que tales efoethj
salo obran para el future.
81i se acepta que los failos sobre incontitucionalidad s61o Itu~
ten efectos para el futuro, en form absolute, nodrian conterm -
plarse caso asi:
a) Pedro es nombrado Magistrado de la Ce a Corte Supreme d
Justicia para un period de diez arlos por el Presidente de la Ri
public, con el scuerdo uninime del Consejo de Gabinete: el no*-"
bramiento es ratficado por I&a Asamblea y el agraciado tome ub o
aefi6n del cargo. Un afto mas trde, un Presldente arbitratBo,.
por media de un Decreto Ejecutivo refrendado inicamente por 0e
Mintistro de Gobiemno y Justicia, destituye a Pedro v designs como
Magiatrado para el rest del period a Juan, a quien da pOsesidn
sin que el nombramiento haya sido considerado siqulera par I & '
Pedro denuncia cOmo Inconstltucional el Acto del EJ6cutivo a- *
te la Corte, IA eual, oportunamente declara que 6n electo el actor
es ineonstlitueonal o ittequible. Y pregunto yo: CuAles son lao
efectos de ese fall?
8i s6lo aurte efectos para el futuro. quiere ello decir que atg
cuando so reconoce la violaci6n flagrante de la Constituct6n.
Juan debe seguir ocupando la plaza de Magistrado para la cual
fue constitucionlmente nombrado Pedro part un period no ven-
cido de diez aftos?
Si se aceptara como correct esta absurda interpretaci6n. so
desquieiaria por complete el orden conatituclonal. pues cualquier
President de la RepU(blica acomodaria a su gusto el personal Ie
la Corte 8uprema de Justicia.
b) El Presidente de la Republica., conjuntamente con Ia Cs -
misi6n Leglalativa Permanente, con el pretexto de ejercer facul-
tades extraordinarlas. expide un Decreto-Ley por el cual subrota
la legislaci6n que regular el funcionamiento de las entidades aw-
t6nomas y semiaut6nomas del Estado v desconoce la inamovill-
dad de sus jefes y/directores determinada en la legislaci6n ante-
rior de conformidad con lo previsto en el ordinal 13 del articulo
144 de la Constitucion, y, por virtud de dicho acto, separa de sus
cargos a tales funcionarios.
Be demand la inconstitucionalidad ante la Corte. organismo
que declare que ese actor acusado es inexequible o inconstituelo-
Como eea declaraci6n deja Inexistente el actor, pregunto yoe:.
8i no puede regirse por el acto inconstituclonal, por cqu ley debe
regirse el funcionamiento de tales entidades?
Es claro que automiticamente recobra su vigencia la ley an-
terior. Eto es asi, porque no se trata de la derogatoria de una.
Icy que derogo la anterior ain de la declaraci6n do inexistencia
de la ultima. Hay quienes sostienen el absurd de que la decla-
ratoria de inconstitutionalidad envuelve una derogatoria del ae*
to acusado y que, por ellc, es aplicable el articulo 37 del Cddigo
Civil en cuanto estatuye que "una ley derogada no revivira pVor
haber sido abolida la ley que la derog6. Basta tener presents
que las eyes a6lo pueden ser derogadas por el Organo Legislativo
para comprobar que no se esta en el caso de que trata el articulo
37 del C6digo Civil.
De lo brevemente expuesto, senior Ministro, result claro, do
clarldad meridian, que se encuentra vigente la Ley 134 de 1943S
en today su integridad, pues ha recobrado su vigencia deode el 21
de Agosto de 1951, el Titulo Segundo que rue subrogado paor el
Decreto-Ley No. 21 de 25 de Septiembre1de 1950. hay inexiitente
por haber sid o reconocida su inconstitucionalidad o imexequibi.
Como consecuencia, han recobrado Igualmente sus cargos los
funcionarios que de conformidad con el Decreto-Ley No. 21 cita-
do, poar tratarse de una cuestion de orden public v no de contro-
versias de derecho privado ni de derechos adquiridos. ya que "el
dereche adquirido no es mas. en efecto, que la apropiaci6n indivi-
dual de un objeto susceptible de ser material de una relacion do
derecho: aproplaci6n que a veces result de la relacidn directs
de la ley misma. como sucede respect de la sucesi6n intestala
o de la adqulsioifn de un estado personal" y no es, ni puede srlo.. ..
Susui siac6 u ocupacl6n egitima de un cargo qficial, coma o
curre en el caso del sefIor Manuel Solis Palma. .
Consider deber ineludiSle, sefor Ministro, advertirle quei-I
hacer esta solicitud, no estoy aceptando que el Ejecutivo tieno
facultad para interpreter decisiones judiciales y que present east
escrito para contrarrestar Ia acci6n del seflor Solis Palma al for-
mular su consult. pues ya he recurrido, en acci6n criminal, ante
la autoridad competnente, a fin de que el mismo organ judicial
lo sancione par ignorar los efectos del fall de la Carte, el cual
ha debido ser acatado inmediatamente
Igualmente debo advertir que. de conformidad con Io dis-
puesto en el articulo 167 db la Constitucion ,las decisions dicta-
das pr la Cortd Suprema de Justicia en e.ercicio de la facultad
que le confiere dicho articulo son finales, definitivas y obligato-
rias, no admiten recurso alguno y quedan ejecutorladas una ves
firmadas por los Mggistrados y el Secretario de la Corporacin,
segfin la regla contenida cn el arLiculo 547 del Codigo Judicial.
Panama, 27 de Agosto de 1951.
Cedula No. 47-824.

cidn a Cayo Confites y que
posteriormente el Gobierno de
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SE NECESITA:-Cocinero con expe-
ripncia y referencia. Debe dormir
en el ampleo. Llame Tel. 3-0405.
SE NECESITA-Buena empleado que
sepo tender un niho de 4 oaos y
uno buena cocinera. Calle 48 No.
2 opartamento 2.
NECESITO:-Empleodo para cocinor.
Duerma en el empleo. Colle 5a.
No. 36.
SE NECESITA:-Una ninera con ex-
-periencia pare cuidar dos ninas,
que duerma en el empleo. Muy
buen sualde. Colle Colombia No.
20, Apto. 4. edificio Urraca.
SE NECEStTA. Dos empleadas:
uno para servicio y otra pore car-
guero. Ave. Manuel Ycozo 18.
Compo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada para ofi-
cios domesticos. -Colle 36, coso 8,
Apto. 1, Tel. 3-3977.
SE NECESITA: Empleada .pare el
servicio, sin hijos y con referen-
cias. Calle 32 Este f 27.
SE NECESITA:-Una cocinera que
sepo su oficio. Colle B No. 12, al-
tos, Panama.
SE NECESITA:-Una empleado. Co-
Ile 52 Este No. 10. Apartamento
6. Bella Vista.
SE NECESITA:-Empleodo que sepa
cocinor, lover. planchor. Calle 49
No. 15, edificio "California"
opartamento 2.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada con ex-
periencia en oficios domesticos.
Calle 38 No. 35 frente Emba-
Joad Americana.

SE DESEA-Compror cuarto frio per-I
titil. Informes al Tel. 2-1609.

Articulos 4e Casa

SE VENDE:-Set de bomb, juego
de recAmora de cama double, com-
pletoijuego de recimara de co-
mas gern las .Lina coma 3-4. Via
Espar a 2024.



;E VENDE: Pick-up International,
I2 Ton. 1940. Ocurro colle 25 Es-
te y Avenida Cuba. Agencia Ba-
teries Willard.
SE VENDE: Corro Plymouth con
Sllentas y bateries nuevas, 8.125.-
00. Verlo ctris del Bcrzar Fran-

Ave. Tivoll Ne. 4
Tel. 2-2101
Parqo de Lemepm

SE VENDEN--Cleves, tubeia negra,
acre ecenoalde, Fix-Tex (certa e
aisleder para eleles roes) made-
res., levemene, excuIades. etc. *
le precies mis beje ean plea.
a., Ilegende Juan France. Tel.
SE VENDEN:-Bcterias usodos, go-
rantizadas. Talle auto elictrico
Purru. Calle 21 Este No. 3.
BALINERAS:-En tamaion va.'iados
para satisfacer cualquiera necesi-
dad. F. Icoza y Compoaiia. Aveni-
da B 79.
SE VENDE: Equipo complete de
Ponoderia, horns de gas, cilindro,
mezcladoras, occesorios varies. In-
formes Tel. 2-3397, Pano mi.
SE VENDE:-Una tienda, uno conti-
no en Ponoma. Tambien cami6n
"International", carro Studebaker,
una casa de madera, pilodora de
arroz con herromientos, en Son-
tiago. Colle 21 de Enero con ca-
lie 24 No .1, Contina Madrid.
VENDEMOS uno miquina cosi nue-
vo de coser cajetas de carton coa-
rrugado y grapas. Cia. Dulcidio
Gonzalez N., S. A. Fabrica de Mo-
saicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.

SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblodo,
ventilado y c6modo. Calle Colom-
bia No. 8, aportomento 5. Tele-
fono 3-0338.
SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto amplio para
una o dos personas. No hay co-
modidoades pora cocinar o lovor.
Colle 7a No. 19, altos.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con o sin
muebles. Colle 6a. # 19 altos, Pa-

SE ALQUILA:-A metrimenie e dos
saoi*r respetebles. Preciseo che-
let on Sen Francisco. ecratisime.
Acude l Cati Sitton, cerce del
Jordin Balboa.
SE ALQUILA:-Cholet recien cons-
truido, consta de dos recamaras,
sal,. comedor, cocina, lavonderia,
garage, dos porches v dos servicios
sonitarios. Urbonizaci6n el S. A.
S.. carretera San Francisco. Paro
informed Ilamor telefono 3-1554.
SE ALQUILA:-Residencia, amplia y
.fresco, ties recimoras, con ser-
vicio, balio, y terrazo, sal6n come-
dcr, oficina, garage. cuorto porn
servicio, patio amplio con jardin
'al lado del Comisorioto Don Bos-
6o. Avenida Cubc. No. 73. Tel. 2-
0159 3-2145.

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Tel 2-5441


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Tel. 255-Col6a.

Bienes Raices
CIA. DC LIFEVRE Tel. 2-3332
Pet* Inicial miime 1.100.00
Measuel l.15.00
* Lotes con Calles y Acueductos do
la Ciudud desde B.1.00 el metro.
* Alquilomos equipo pdsodo paor
movimiento de tierra.
* Alquilarro, lotes a largoa plozos.
* Club de lotes. 8.3.00 y 8.4.00
SE VENDE:-Almoacn pequeFio, lu-
gar centrico, Avenida Central. In-
formes Tel. 2-3397. Panama.
SE VENDE:-Aberreteria per no po-
derla tender, muy boreta. Foci-
lidedes do page. Cell. B. No. 33.
SE VENDE:-Lotes en cosi todos los.
ecafnre. dI In UrhnnizTncin El

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Cangrejo, desde $5.75 el M2. RO- con todos servicios completes pi
BERTO MIRO, telifono 2-1215, vados, 55 Balboos mensuales. Av
Panam,. nida Justo Arosemeno y Calle 2
edificio Triana. Informan Farm
cia Alonso .
SE VENDE:-Directomente, sin in- Aono
termediarios. espociosa y elegant SE ALQUILA:-A partir del 15
residencio de 4 recamoras, 2 ser- .Septiembre, oportamento con tod
vicious sonitarios, 2 porches, sala las comodidades moderns; en
comedor, cocina. pantry, patio in- Congrejo". Consta de tres recim
terno de mosocos, corredores rns. sc'o, comedor, dos servicic
cuorto de empleada con su servi- cuorto dt empleoda. garage, oa
cio, lovoderos y garage. Terreno calientd, etc. etc. Tel. 2-1456
500 M3 en esquino, frente ol Co-
legio Maria Inmaculado, cerca de SE ALQU LA
comisariotoF, botico, iglesio, hos- S L l-+
pitales, porado de buses. Ultimo
preclo 8.30.000. Tiene hipoteca Locales
de 10.C00. Avenida Justo Aro-
semeno No. 79 y Colle 41. Soli- SE AL.QIILA:-Local para oficin
cite informes en lo misma casa. Arriba del Teatro Central.
CLINICA. equipoda, altos Farmac
Solazor. calle 16 Oeste No. 2
MISCELANEA Pcna._____.___._
Avisamos a nuestros clients avicul- SE ALQUILA: Local Ave. B N
stores que hemos recibido un nue- 43, casi esquina con Colle 13 Est
vo embarque de los insuperables borato. Acudo Bazar Panam
alimentos Full-O-Pep, los cuoles Avenida Central 78, Tel. 2-223
eston o la venta en El Molino SE ALQUILA:--
Criollo, Avenida B No. 61. Los Local para oficina a negocio en
precious, cualquier clase, en socos Edi4fcio Costilla del Oro, al loi
de 100 libras B.6.70. Sacos de 25 def'hotel El Panamai.
libras B.1.70. ROIDRTOE MIRO 2-3231,'2-121

SE NECESITA Aviso Judicia
SE NECESITA:-Vendedor de 25 o Por ete m.dio,'el Jues del dtrcuitd
30 amos. Es.riba al opartado 1645 Snao:. dl T'6ro, CITA a (UIn.t.ERM
incluyendo fotografios y referen- FERNANDO 'PARRAGA OROZCO. c
Clts. yt idntidad no se especifica en l1 lib
-- Ii de demand correspondiente, pa
SE NECESITA:-Una costurera pare que en el trmino de treinta (30) dii
calzado y un montodor de calzado I contado dude Ila ultima publiaeiin d
Zapoterao El Record. Caole B No. preente edicto, comparetca a este t
1 1 bunu., por si o por medio de apodera
.... ...-_- legalmente constituido. defenders
SE NECESITA:-Manicurista, Sol6n la demands civil ordinaria que le
de Bellezo Bernardo. edificio Cas- promovido el sefor RODRIGO SAN
till de Oro" (ol ado del Hotel CHEZ BORBON. panameno, mayor
El Panami) edad, eamado, agricultnr y de eata
S________ cindad, en su condici6o de represents
SE NECESITAN:-Obreras con ex- t e sus heimanos y por medio de ap
periencia, para hacer pantolones derado.
por portes. Avenida Anc6n No. 5 Se advierte *1 citado Parrago Oroz
Estcin lo Angeles, dentro, de que de no comparecer en el termino s
Estoci8 n los Angele, dfldo, e oe nombrara on defensor
8 m. a p. m. uente con quiew n eruirA et juic
haste ad terminiei6n
Para lo. fines expresados se expid
este edicto emplazatorio on aeatamien
a la resolucidn recaida en Ia expresai
accion y eopis del mismo sc entrega
interesado p1ra so publicacion par ci
Sta ocn i5) veces eaorcutivua en un p
adao en 1 eludad de Roc*e del Tor
a diei y liete dias del mel de Julio d
mil norcientoa eincuentta y io.
S serle KI Juet,
9l Seeretario.
(Fdo.) L. G. CRUZ.



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Nosotros le ofrecemos
toda clause de materials
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ri- en distintQs colored. responsabilldades. Ir ..
VY ALVANIZADA dada al muelle
de en todos te aios. plans nuestro daro no se ra M a a m aculada mie
podido precisar como ocurriola
das Gran variedad de. explosion que destruy6 parte de e
la maquinaria de dicha lancha. ,. "...; -
FERRETERIA "YALE" habiendo iniciado el cuerpo de g ud i Pa -
a v. "rn~olMbomberos .la investlgaci6n co- i a r s r *co~-
* Y "CORBIN" rrespondiente. El tema de a conferencia seri "Mi servinco com
RIADOnA A MnIA Ca itan lde Is Guardia Suiza con el Sumo '
RILARD A. MIRO, Pontffice Pio XII."
EA UA RMIb Osta. hele a las 8, dictator Se encuentra hospedado e t.el
T bl i una cqnt'ncia en el. Coleglo Coleglo Interniaclonal de .Maia
S* de Maria Inmaculada el Capi- Inmaculada y en el Aula Mi*
Calle 1 Ete No 4 n Gahlinger, quien srv6 e xima de dicho plantel d
TCalle 16 ste No. 4 .r29 la guardian sulza papal desue ria su conferene.t... .
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-29M88 .1939 hasta 1941. A esta conferencia se invite
C "Vendemos barato FABRICACION NACIONAL "MI servicio como Capitti de de manera especial 01 Clero 'Ce-
"Vendemo bRMER CALIDAD Iauardia Sulza co el Sumo cular y Regular, a Ion .mlemi
par& vendor mis" PRIMERA CALIDAD Pont~fice Pic xIrI" es el titulo bros de comunIdades i -gloa ,..
0.Precios de Competencia que el senior -Gahlinger da al a loa profesores y maestros, a
t, con el product impoirtado. Lema de honda envergadura ca- los estudiantes y universiat-
e, Nuestros ESPEJOS embe- Tubes 4" Senclllos....4.00 t6lica, sobre er cual diserta en rios cat61icos, a les cBflterot
6 llecen el hotel El Panama. Tubes 4" Dobles......4.40 sus conferencias. y damas de la Accltp Cat6Htea
Tubos 2" Sencillos.... 2.60 11 antiguo mllitar de la Guar- y todos los ue ses 1teresek
Fabrica de Espejosbos 2" Dob......2.0 dia Siza, Capita ahlnger, por esta crltlana y mtrltor
91 414s ** t4n.........2.00 labor.
do EL iADIA yees-222.......... 1.0" se ha. dedlcado a la. obra Ideal; abOr_________ __
do EL DIABLO Codes5- % 2.......275 y. mEtitar;ae. preentar ea
15 call ste No. 4 Tel. 22e ete., etc. estos dias dificiles la Imagen y EscaseZ de p ap
tll *n Apart- 20229oM ip Checoeslovaa y Polonia f P-
-. l,$ NApartao J r rdn -oa.unia polseg lto
/'*'FUNDICKdm(DIWDUSTRIAL deterpninacl(n 1a orientado asi ron los ulc isen
rGonzNlez, iS'A ITi- actfVidad,.... Ibo que pen- eloglaronI la laor denla UNl5aCO
SLo. oi" n y Ln Ltda. ttualent duranteiel afi pasado. Los 'e-
SE. i.:ECESITA: X a el am.-I or n legados de.- eMls tes paiqes di-
pot t eg o Pntifice y por jeron que la UNESCO es cada
dI& *: Igliasa' CaW61ta. Esti con- vez mas un tiqnstrumento de
io Vendedor con experiencia a: IgeaIa $lf~a. 1ta con- vez mns un ln~rumenXo do
S ndedor con expeve de 'que -el principal de- propaganda de Estados Unldos.
.f l de un ardia Suizo es Torres Bodet dIjo en 4 in-
en- venta do viveres a de R esdo Balin dar testimonio de'la verdd, forie que la labot de, la
a'* vivi&a ,en eL Vaticano, ante las UNESCO es cada vez miA& deo
mercancias en general. Marco "Dn' Iaumna del enemigo. nx traleza practice y. esta imaa
aisyEi Capltan Gahllnger se ex- intilmamente llgada a -las nece-
do Traer referencia y una presa en espafiol con bastante sidades de los pueblos Afrai6
deenc 2 1f propledad y suz.conferencias ya que gracias a la itensa cola-
h fotografia. Intil presentar- Wsd .9J fieron aplaudidas con Vivo en- .boracidn entire los paisea mien-*
N gr nt resenter tu o en las. ciudades mfts bros, se ha eliminada comic a1a
da, 1 .notables de Colombia y Ecua- mitad de los proyeetos de-re-
in tos requisitoS. dor. Piensa permanecer en Pa- soluciones en que .se tendia a
namA unA senmana. duplicar necesariamente la la-
o- IJ bor de la organization.
Iw% i J W in} Al hablar sobre la escasez (t
o Almacenes Romero El 29 so inkan los periodic. Tores Bode
do 11am6o la atenct6n hatia la con-
S Anda Note No. 48 erencia sobre. edcoaci6n
io Avenida Norte No. 48 blOS, Mai parsc orl a p .
,, de m ni|i IVII i3 m uu ilM' ] ya su arenomendactnUl G.quo.
dem f n- i todos los paises tracen planes
s -part establecer sistemas de. en-
SU N UIIi V 1sefianza obligatoria.
In. PERSIANAS MOVIBLES El m1 col s se intclarAn las
de MIAMI en vidrlo, Series de l e soAen-
madera o alumlnio. / draPn el d eerrVd. cam-
-_ --- ^ peon /ayye aria
Rieles de abrir eontratpe r
v cerrar.par i& etbl dn Oil'
SCortinajes. PERSIANAS n 0 en lana"
Cortina "Sel-Aire" dd.-'- b .'h-
Strans rente "Tropical" den *O oOLON., Agoslo 2!7 ". ,-
* Para vitrinas. d9 and eectil el 29 tular Panamedot ft.W0 h2
14 ul titular Palamehoni:4e'11i17o1
La nueva O CELOSIAS dog jiue g Ambl. torne* ioner.e por decit n-.a2r-*a
PERSIANA o tend, Va a. ^.oair. noreaneras z 4
IIi mm VENECIANA RO-TECTI rinial. do y r D dt SL Peibw Bu*n en pelea ` ,0p-
COWES en" el Otasnon t.. tctdil" ...e st :e rse dead &1 r J K
a precies. A O Con mot.A...de'P S !t--'St'gtnes^ F n
bien bajos. A. PORRAS santeas ent atucuyno d
Tel. 2-3097 Panama 1 11,Ptaothfctl e 4 Bwa.ietbas' apreclar nagda en n-ng1utg e-b
Sanamde Panam* totrat. npche a .tos dos contricanteg, pero ,tie
las ocro ei mi no4hadoa segundo en r adenlta. tIa -as
R. A. COWES y Cia. -- nal unna- -i rteaie- Ar6 cambiaton y entonewe se to
Tel. .-075 Ave. Cuba No. 67 TeemOS e e istencla: mbc ~ er a qu e el visantel n u
o4feme-. bien el arte en el t dnio= 44.
-HI RRO EDLf -0 nnlo ue jrtntii a'10 bre todo que pObe iixio
H ;1 nCampeoei axzs qfrauth' iiterdo al oIdo 7
Persianas Venecianas LUX cnHIERRO DE .e t'e aoCoa q doue aree u* -
a 9.50 REFUERZOD 7 dedl CombB ieO -nse.hno,: e t Dliolr Ie do llD,.
a ..5IEFUEIZI tendrin 6n^ wenti. I teoenz am3.Sza6 pW
Entrega presetwads I 1 Iqs 1 On IA' riz dede el segn r
inmediata .. d-pertlVlbs vi y ituvo un tren de, lea
heparaclone Pars -escoeri -1 ,Combinado .Ltante movido, aLmqji a
enerales. C L A V 0 S Femenl: an sol a ela..ito aalto en a
Industrial reactor dnlvo Chelo o la gran verntaa de Plh-
GIndustries On1& jieai sar nto, et qu0 dominabs a Las
Panamericans de today clase Toflo de ,d At Palom a su rial con laba eec
Calle 29 E. #23 y Humberto s1da, se airvan golpes de martillo 4 a. al
Tel. 3-1713 envir estar n:e euna last de come tambltn ar ve[a 1
15 .}ugdoPs, y i*os dilrectores, alcance y la esta iqt. 7
Ast a ZINC p acra selton e lunto tonal influla muchno
0 ue n se. mtrta C" dErte Utilnut figura y
formaa adecuada el movimniento ACANALADO e 6i del nort eamertjaW
de suB Importaclones y expor- .AM Q us:_ o. dp olaq.4d
Al omenta de cerrar esat 2' x 6 2' 8' cz8do 1 4 i-Vdalz ilso 4 Iu- cuarldo 4decld6i
edici6f, se reunia la plenariai
de la C0misi6n 111, a fin de Calibre 26n dn durisate Af prve ,bxedor Erdy yu
aprobar o improbar las distin- cad4 por XI5 Jo2e$. cromuns- sl.6 abn.gxrando par ha uy
tan roeluclones presentadas, ae ta "que r ~i tSM pati- I s rU
Iniclaban sus seslones las Co- cipar on ef aeste de sla 1P- c.loo combale seatUvlmren
milones de Materiales Escasoa' veentud ira que termitafoon el tambNn los pUe Blak 31 ill
SCooperacd6n Tecnica, cuyo. :pasa^domaido Un- 0erlfp 0- e- Col6n y vicente Worre4,de
grupl de trabajo y redaccidn : a .oganando al 1btl, le'
coal doraban los asnos a u patIe i agreg6 que los id- u e trees juaeca el coo-.
carm o veln enaro n caatau4o : Ia, a m o
1 ._ jItanl Ampu,.di edfe
CAde clsr r44 tiers di C l aieatoc op -
r leal 10 d a octuore de 1961 d L .

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Mayores ainoldores "CQRAZ O Di HUi&
JUILAR, COMPRAR Ect. do' la LIg Intorna il u reclpte-4itieJam. .cp.C

CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A. do basl de la UniV. e" .s ,c
El Baloncesto Universitarlo
to tender: Mayores Anotadores
M.?Vndela ) 64
I.. Co la*e -(D ) 43
a e U Oc Ne ,. C r (A..C.) 39
J. Queasds (A.P.C.) 35
r. rujilo 1(D) 33
El, PANAMA AMERICAD[ L. VarIj*s (1) 3s
C..le ,,," No. 57, PanamA K. D vnil (c.P.) 34
= NAve. 7tma o"12-170-COe.k V6lderrama ()) 34
S Brewster (1) 33
J. Ayala (C.P.) 32

SE ALQUILA G U I A NOTA:-L iniciales corre
Apartamentos C 0 M E RCIAL C: aYd "M"-;,edcina, DI
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento fresco, Pb1ica, '-Comercla, "I"-Inge-
muy c6itrico, dos recimaras, solo. nieria, 'C.P.'-Clencia Puras.
comedor ,bolc6n. Ave. Peru, es- Mantenemoa una Venta de Anotador
quina 36 Este No. I1. anxga de artictlos sobre exis- Luna.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento moder- tenca done ia MEJORES e
no de dos recimaras, sol come- PINTU7A venden a to Ins ntn e nt
dot. en calle 32 Este No. 33-A, ms- t Won P reMCA.
Tel. 2-1456. man que 6ste se debi6 a la ve-
Por qu no orrar diner locidad en que era conducida
SE ALQUILA:-=-Apartamento en A- orquno aorrr dinero la camioneta:
venida Central 74. Informes te- Comprando lu mejor? En las horas de la mafiana
lefono No. 3-0088, Panami. el Fiscal, Cajar, en asocio de
SE A UA Deptento GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc. u Secretario y de peritos de-
SE ALQUILA:-Departamento con signadqs por el Tribunal inves-
muebles, por outencia temporal, en Ientra2 9. tigador, practicaba una inspec-
barrio residential. Prefierese ma- Tel n-0140. ci6n ocular en el lugar del ac- La candte lhtortla ttel, rreri Ont e uIn manse &
trimonio sin nlios. Liomor en ho- Tel cidente para recover los le- nio tenti ctise. S'oetedO era veneer o m ia",
ras oficino al 2-2146 mentos de juicig indispensa- no existia el mntana. "CORAZON DR HIILOelm;=r
SE ALQUILA:-Precioso aportamen- 3 b les I Tribunal par, formarse fo de CAGNEY ,'- S:estrmart eJ
tc. solo-comedor, una rchmaora, PAPEL LUMINOSO U n concept cabal del tragic ...e.


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La pmja NUL~he dh cM izh

S ebs des 6 rn1 lr de eb
In forms quo no g 'dI$ucq t sV edad. ddobut6 ny"et a
. tmeomJerLa.. A l. .
de *Ir los J-adme, C. G.u ri G yG..Seay po t ae1acion do
o ... ,rnO esw toi ha n seobida o
aItte t 1 ya uw demostraron

tortIpa0la ol-Mb" a Preao
gnro%6an tuluafo sob re Spauldlag-Carring-

y I 'ejQcaroua a Seis Juegos
Sok I d e-1s.Pmna .Ual. 5 a 0. Bob Lemon se knoto su
LaO Olgantes asumentaron a d6cimosexto triunfo en el se-
catorce au senacional Srie deo gundo partido.
triunfos corridor y redujeron a Mientras tanto los Yanquls_
ael uegop Is ven!aja 4e los se mantuvieron at ritmo de los
Doogeos et e to.rimer lgarvonal Indios didgentes de la Liga
lad4O' a ls T .6acbor os potr 5a AmericanI al dividir honors
4 y 5 a 1. ~Wes Westnmm gan6 con los Medlas Blancas. Los
l pn ga ; uego.on a jard Yanqule ganarot el asegundo
e:14 ;Y lovena $ Ott i1 oque por 8 a trAs pet or el
aegundo Jim Hearn' so impusO primero de la tardo s or 3 a 2.
brillantemente. Westrum habia Reynolds gan6 el segundo jue-
i ntM elPtlnngeLos campeones so aseguraron
juego trim Don Mueller haco is victoria on Is A6ptima entra-
otro t#noon o la primer or- da par error 4e arrasqelcqn
nada I ,Al. 0 ,06'1011IM unsa .o Ido do DMni spae
gan gan ln a nt0 gratis a lera y dobl de R ip
Mn Ir s los shorros anotar Collina. R binao, Bert Hams y
una en Ia cusrta s0 rebelaron Lendhardt jotrondaron. por el
en Is novena entradsa y nqta- Chicago.
ton treo carreras. Fred Hutchinson solo permi-
Mientra.tanto los Driager. 16 tree incogibles al conducir
eon reducir Dodeu entaja t a los Tigres al triunfo sabre los
vidir honors con los Piratas Atl6ticos porw6 a '0. Solo an
anado el segundo juegO por Atliticolle g aIs tercera mien-
an3 tando perder el priaoro trash Hutchinson se anotaba su
pera 12 tr 11.n Jrn deo An-noveno triunfq del alof abani-
dy' P2fko empat* a*anotacidn cando a uno 'Oeo dando solo
en J novena jornada del so- dos pase gratis.
o dsafo y otro de Jackie LOsBenadore obtuveron su
o d satio y otro de Ja416e cuarta y quinta victoria conse-
trinaon a 0l 0d2Los, d cutiva venciendo 1os arme-
twuno a 10uraro eritlunfo en 1iaW por 9 a 3 y 9 a 1. El cu-
tel primeruStSta eo tiendo eh bano Sandallo Consuegra ayu-
el rrer on a oima entradso d6 a Sid Sudson a obtener el
t- Pen uyflioe aber tritaa unfo en el primer partldo.
trAs Pete Castiglione haber
empuJado tires con dos Jonrones.
1111 Howerton nlcl6 la jorada .
fatal para loa Dodgers con un
, en c llo n y l n r6
ftm te wil lobil roni 4-

a -lcl triunfo por 2 a IUVW
0- 0 011 Mi Joo al Vaar por. Con gran enfuslartno piroMl
ifrlns.r en las mayors. Los gui6 ayer sla Liga capita ilna de
ose.ganaron 1 primer juego VoUleyball. con Is presentAef6n
por 4 2. de tres interesantes paruLdos
dL Bravn y los Cardenales qua fueron presenclado nPa or
vidier hon honres al ganar los una gran cantidad de faniti-
Bravos el primer juegd por 9 cos.
a l y perder el segundo power 12 El equipo Mauricio conserve
Ssu invicto en este torneo al de-
-- rrotar al Deportivo Omphroy.
E la Liga Americana En el juego mixs refiid0 de la
Sos Indies mantuvieron su jornada el equipo Puerto Rico
vehtaja de un juego sabre los so impuso al Dep. 764, partido
Yanquis al dividir honors con que se vino a decidir oh los fi-
los Medias Rojas ganando el nales. En el u1timo choque la
segundo Juego de tarde por 2 Sastreria Derby lerrot6 al Ponds
a 1, tris perder el primer por por 15-12 y 15-12.

~ la's. ,

- --Un program estelor en la radio faverit

La ,J ed lPa namenrcana

Pueden Dar La Clave


Basketball Menor

El Veteran Pinard Se Anexo El

ClAsico 'Congreso Econosoc' Ayer


le proportion n


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potencia... alto nivel de a gu... enve fuer-
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Elpix dende

suwld Io frut a

un plgroso rival
Basketball Provincial
Sa. categeris
G. P. Pie
P e U BM Xq .. ... . .. 3 0 1. 0
Fuerln y ........ 1 0
Optia a ......... 2 1 .750
Careiset ....... 2 1 .750
Contewarlo ........ 3 8 .30
Barn Jr. ........... 0 3 .000
Jiegos de esta noehe
riam Jr vs 0. Sona
7.00 p.m.
Fuersa y Lus-Centeaario
La aerie final por el Campeo-
nato de Basketball Masculino
de segunda categoria prosigue
esta noche en el Gimnasto Na-
cional con tres interesantes
Bam Jr. vs Optieas Sosa.
En el primer encuentro el
Barn Jr. quo ya perdi6 su op-
ci6n al titulo "tratark de lograr
asu primer triunfo en esta serle
y dejar en mal posici6n al So-
as, qu a su vez luchari paras
seguir en el grupo de vanguar-
Fueras y Luz vs Centenario
En este desafio los 'eldctri-
cos" lucharAn por mantener au
opci6n al titulo. tentendo como
rivales a los "peligrosos" del
Centenario que eats noche es-
pelan entrar a la column de
S Elqta vs Pelimex
Los 'invictos" del Pelimex sa-
len esta noche al Oimnasio Na-
cional, a defender su invicto, y
lograr la victoria, parsa colocar-
se de'sea manera a un paso del
Campeonato. Sum contrarlos -de
esta fecha el Eleta, esti en
excelente posicifn y de superar
a los muchachos de Calidonis, v
el Boss al Barn y el ruerza y
Lut al Centensrio TO prod-ir'ia
un cuadruple empate, en el si-
tia de honor. Pindi Perdomo y
Cardales seran los Arbitres. De
Sedas anota y Rivera es el cro-

Granunt reelecto

Deegado del foot-

ball en el C. N. 0.
Rendoll G6meg nombrado
Entrenador y M. Rivas
Sec. de Correspondencia
Cinco nombraimentds aprob6
la Federaci6n Naclional de P t-
bol en la reunion que efectu6
ayer tarde en' su local de la
Avenida B., con ia aslatentia
de au Presidente, Vicepresidente
Teororero y Subsecrotarlo, fal-
tando el Fiscal de Col6n quien
envi6 excuse, y el Secrearlo,
asi como tambl4n hixo acto 4e
presencia el Reproentanto de
la Liga do Chiriqui.
El seAfer Antonio Gramunt
Tesorero de la Federacl6n, fuc
reelecto como Delegado del Fut-
bol ante el Comlte Naclonal
Olimpico, y el senior Francisco
Ditrani, Presildnte de la Fe-
deraci6n, fu6 dueignado como
suplente del delegado ante di-
cho Comitr.
Coniderando las Federaci6n el
aumento de trabajo en la Co-
rresponaencla, ya qua ademis
se va a iniciar una campafia
pars estrechar las relaciones
con todas las federaciones del
Continent americano, asl como
con la F.I.P.A., y para que esta
labor result mis satisfactoria,
se acord6 dividir el trabajo de
Secretaria, quedando el senior
Luis Ardines como Secretarlo de
Actas, y nombrando al sefior
Miguel A. Rivas, que ocupaba
el cargo de Subsecretario, como
Secretarlo de Correspondencia.
En otro de los' acuerdos que
tom6 ayer la Federaci6n, se
nombr6 al competent y cono-
cido professor de Educaci6n Fl-
sica Oscar Rendoll 06mez con
especializaci6n en f~ltbol. como
entrenador official, pars que se
encargue del preselecclonado y
de la escogencia del equipo que
defender los colored nacionales
en los pr6ximos compromises
internacionales, especialmente
en el Primer Campeonato Pan-
americano de Fltbol, que ten-
drA lugar en Santiago de Chile,
del 17 de Febrero al &1 de Mar-
zo de 1952.
Como asistente del Entrena-
dor se deslgn6 a Temistocles
Brunilda Cooper (Cardenas)
Melva Checa (Cardenas)
Ross Benitez (Cirdenas)
A. Checa (Cirdenas)
Laudelina Ortiz (Cirdenas)
Dotty Cellis (M. Vigor)
Maria Oliva (M. Vigor)
Rogello "Cholo" Garcia

X1 veteran as do la pIta,
Pinard, so anex6 asyer on forms
lmpresonante el clisieo "Con-,
greso Econesoc" prueba central

Mranda y Vallarin

so dispulan hboy I

I vuela d Baaa
Los conjuntos Miranda y Va-
Ilarino se disputan hoy la pri-
mera vuelta del Torneo de am
ball do la Liga de Barraza.
"l Vallarino se gan6 eoste de-
recho al veneer ayer al Canada
por la abultada anotacl6n de 9
carreras a 0.
Los ganadores pegaron 13 in-,
cogibles power 3 de aus rivals. R.
Hostin fu6 el lanzador ganador.

Social Deportiva
Enviamos nuestras felicitacio-
nes al entusiasta, deportista
Jose J. Pefia por su cumpleaflos
que celebra hov.

Tlene reunion esta tarde a las
6 en la Oficina del Estadio
Olimpic lepar dar poseal6n. a la
nueva Directiva, asi como se
cita a todos los Representantes
de Clubes para informar sobre
el plan de trabajo.


tiene los

meiore oronramas

B. 48,000.00

B. 14,400.00



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Los premlos del Sorteo del domingo fueron vondidos asa: primero y segundo en Panama; tercero en Chiriqui.
Los novecientos billets enteros terminados en 4 y no co moreididom en ta lista precedent esti oremiados con
Cuarenta y Ocho Balboas (B.48.00) cads uno.
Por billeted entero se entlenden las 48 fracc'ones que componen las dos series "A" y "B"
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autoridad: El Gobernador de la Provincia de PanamA, HOMERO VELASQUEZ.
E1 representante del Ministerlo do Hacienda y Tesoro, HUMBERTO PAREDES C.
Robert C. Werner-CWd. No. BA-17257980 El Notarlo Segundo del Circuito de Panama PABLO A. PINEL
C. H. Anglin-Cedula No. ID-5125 JOSE DOMINGO SOTO Secretario

NOTA:. LaS i.lmMso j ar la uma c ra) co as d Oela ma
Muspot y te Prleiu oS. 8. e oratMeart aradamlte; tla apreadelo-
a, am a MUlbo reat agmtalada ea daltota oremom ael epaeedet de a
bob" n a draeme to oma as""dg oraw emloes co oe altar*

Sortee Nmwee Tresdeates Novents y Cinco (395)

Primer Premio. .. 34
Segundo Premio. 93,
TerCer Prenmo. -33

Iuoesoa Mllate

11.00 220.00
3.00 60.00
2.00 40.00

Los prUImi 0A p fgaian a Ia par segn Ia Lists Oficlal de Panami en la Oil.
rina de la oateria Naclonal de Bonefieenela situada en la Avenlda CentraL
Plan del Sorteo Ordinario No. 1695 que se ha de
celebrar el 2 de Septiembre de 1951:
divlidjde 4 ndes erle d* 24 fracconoe cada on denemlnade "A" 9 t"V
I PTrm PrMao series A y dB do.... 3,40.M6 ada Merle 7,0.3
18 Ap8oxl9aeM m P ri A y do. .... 24 caind mw 8rl 14.
I PreaMlem mma A y 3 do............ t.0.0 ada tsrle 2Il.00
N0 t Aa to o y a do............ 71.2enada aol MOM
No Praom samri A 8 de ............ 3 S4.M ca ierie U43JM.
5 Apr macleaMe mries A y 8 de. .51 es0.0Lda serit I1 IMA
5 Ptems. merime A p do.. . IN10 cado airl S.law
I1 Aprodmaeiase seres A y B do.... 4Ga.6 ca marte B- IMAW
I Pem msOcs A y a do............ t.2. cau i rnaiIo LI
1674 Poal Tota............U...ble. a
Prdcl@ o an bilOte eatero .................BMJI
PreM deIso e lrsMiLslmao octaSv ............ BM

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Segundo Premio

Tercer Premio




Ndmeros Entwros Premiadot 4 Sdrte6 Ordinario No. 1694, del Domingo 26 de AgoetoW t4 l
M bilete enter comprmede 49 fracciones divididos en dos series do 24 fracciones cada uns denomlnadna "A" 7 "B"

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de la cartlla hipica celebrada
en el Hlp6dromo Naclonal en
honor do los dlstlnguldos visl-
tantes que so encuentran en
Panama asiUltlmdo -pl Congroso
de la Econosoc.
Pinard eorkendo como en sus
mejores tiempes, vine de atrAs
Imuy fuert y en aIs tioerra dere-
chsa alcan a P0Royal Coup y
gan6 alejindose por mis de trees
La carriers ftud muy refilda en
au comlenso cuando Phoebus
Apollo, Sandwood, Welsh Loch
y Full se disputaron el coman-
do, mientras quoe l favorite de
la prueba Royal Coup salia muy
atrasado. Pronto los punteros
,dsmayar on en su prop6sitos
y Royal Coop los alcano6 en el
poste de la milla y tom6 el co-
mando, tpero el sfuerwo reali-
zado habma sido muy grande, de
tal manors que cuando lo ata-
e6 Pinard no pudo y se tuvo
quo contentar con el segundo
lugar. Tercero lleg6 Grisu que
venia avansando muy fuerte
para los finales.
El conocido caballero del turf
Don Oscar Ghitis recibi6 un
Drecioso trofeo en el palco rde
honor del Hip6dromo donde se
encontraban varies congresis-
tas invitados de honor de la

Tejada da a conocer
el combinado del
basketball femenino
Nuestro Cronitas le Basket-
ball Humberto TeJala, escogi6 ol
Combinado que presents a la
conslderaci6n de la Liga Pro-
vincial, pars que se enfrente al
Operten, campe6n de la. Cate-
gorla del Circuito Femenino. y
dicho combinado 10o forman las
siguientes jugadoras.
Remobona Espinosa (Danar)
enrts Holmes (Danar)
Tinas Caftizales (Danar)
Millds Perigault (Danr)
Hilda Nnles (Danar)


Tenistas Autralianos Ganaron El

Campeonato De Dobles De Los LI
FOREST HILLS, Agosto 27 (UP),-El perasno Jorge Moale_
derrot6 por 3-6, 6-3. 6--, 3-4 y 6- 1 D mayor LeHaye o
West Point en las eliminaclones del campehatto "'1-a1 l
tennis de los Estados Unidoes.
Morales tuvo mayor roeistensea queo l mUillar.que s Imo r
frent6. Kste tuvo u sorviel. dgo mejor uae Morales -a1
finales en que se cans6 en tmnto que ea eruanl o tumnaf o
seftales de canummancio. : '
El otro peorano que partlelpa en ell fw*e, Ernoi 'lIe '
fuI vencido por el Japon6s Fumltern Nakano:pr -6-4, .T ,-
"-4 y 6-2. El Japonis do 35 afos se impuso a sn mis
val graelas a as mayor resistenela.
Mientras tanto los australlanos de la Cops Davis, Frank,
Sedgman y Ken MeGregor lograron el campeonato de dobles do
los Estados Unidos al veneer a sus compatriotas Candy y Meorria

El Ambato Conquisto Ayer El

Campeonato Del Fut Menor

De La Liga Prov. De Panam i
El Santander subcampe6n y el Aleman de 3o.
Futbol de 2a. Categoria Provincial de Panama al impo-
Lga Provinelal de Panama nerse on un movido partldo al
Esado Final de los Equip"o Am6rica por 4 a 2.
G. E. P. Pts. Por su parte, el Santander
Ambato .......... 10 1 1 21 obtuvo el Subcampeonato de la
Santander .......... 9 2 1 I misma just con su victoria
Alemin ........... 6 3 3 15 sobre el AlemAn por 3 tantos
Anc6n Jr. ......... 6 1 5 13 a 0.
Hispano Jr. ...... 3 2 7 8 Ambos partidos resultaron re-
Amrica .......... 2 1 9 5 flldos y se desarrollaron en el
cuadro del Estadio Olimpico.
El Ambato conquist6 ayer el Ademas con eatos juegos termi-
Campeonato de Futbol de Se- n6 la competencia official del
gunda Categoria de la Liga present aflo.


que estara
este fin de semana
9 a.m. a 10 p.m. |

en la

Cruce Tivoli Panama