The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01215

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Reds' Own Plane Faked Bombing-Ridgway
Arab League May
Seize All Oilfields
On Suez Issue
ALEXANDRIA, Aug. 28 (UP) Arab League sources
said here today that all Arab states would take over all
oilfields in their territories if the United Nations Security
Council voted against Egypt in the Suez Canal dispute
now before the council.
Egypt claims the right to search tankers transiting
the Suez Canal.
The Arab League would probably urge oil nationali-
zation till the foreign oil companies formally guaranteed
not to send any oil to the Haifa refinery in Israel.
Egypt considers itself still at war with Israel.
The chief countries affected by the Arab Leagues
nationalization campaign would be Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
Meanwhile, In London, the
British Government has decided
to let the Iranian Government
"stew in its own oil" ior a while
on the theory that no agreement
is possible now with Premier Mo-
hammed Mossadegh.
W. ATerell Harrlman, special
assistant to President Truman, Is
of the same opinion. This consti-
tutes a change of mind by Har-
rlman who a fw weeks ago be-
lieved a deal with Mossadegh was
possible.
Harriman and the head of the
recent British mission to Iran,
Lord Privy Seal Richard Stokes,
attended a .meeting of British
ministers at No. 10 Downing
Street yesterday. Harrlman and
Stokes were described as "seeing
eye to eye" on the Iranian prob-
lem.
The British Government has
contended for a long timelong
before Stokes flew to Teheran
that no agreement was possible
until Mossadegh was replaced by
another premier.
Harrlman has come around,
after the failure of Stokes' mis-
sion, to the original British view.
The reasons why Mossadegh
cannot come to an agreement are
said to be extremely complicat-
ed.
Among them is the fear of as-
sassination, that still being con-
sidered a means of political ex-
pression in Iran.
Another reason was understood
to be the fact that Mossadegh
was believed to have promised too
much In the way of results from
his nationalization of the oil In-
dustry.
For example. Mossadegh virtu-
ally was guaranteed, it was re-
ported $140,000,000 per year in oil
revenue. He rejected it as not
enough.
25 Experienced %
Local Rate Winchmen
Needed in Cristobal
About 29 experienced local rate
winchmen are needed for Imme-
diate employment by the Termin-
als Division of the Panam Canal
Company at Cristobal.
Applicants must hold valid eli-
gibility cards for employment In
the Canal organization.
Applications on the Pacific side
will be accepted at the Local Rate
Employment Branch. Building
69, Roosevelt Avenue.
On the Atlantic side of the
Isthmus, applications should be
made at the Cristobal Labor Of-
fice, in the basement of Building
1029, the Red Cross Building.
6 Sentenced To Die
For Assassin Plot
Against Abdullah
AMMAH, Jordan. Aug. 18 (UP)
Six men were sentenced to
death by a military tribunal
here today for plotting the as-
sassination of) King Abdullah of
Hashemlte Jordan.
Tour others, Including a Ro-
man Catholic priest, were ac-
quitted and released immediate-
ly.
Abdullah, one of the turbulent
Middle East's most colorful, in-
fluential and pro-Western rul-
ers, was murdered bv a lone
gunman July 30 as he entered
a mosque in Arab-held Old Je-
rusalem.
Two of the death sentences
were passed In absentia on men
now 'living In Cairo.
One of these. Col. Abdullah El
Tel, laughed heartily when he
heard the sentence.
He said: "I won't give that
sentence a thought. It was pre-
pared long in advance since
the time I left Jordan for Egypt
three years ago." '.
Ex-Bodyguard
"Flaco" Flores
Killed At Rally
TAMPA, Florida, Aug. 28 (UP)
Armando "Flaco" Flores, no-
torious former bodyguard of
hunted racketeer Salvatore Ita-
liano, was shot to death across
the street from a municipal po-
litical rally here last night.
It was the 16th gang killing
in Tampa since 1931. None of
the other 15 have been solved.
Arrested for last night's shoot-
ing was Jimmy Call. 40, reput-
ed lieutenant of Rene Nunez,
Tampa lottery kingpin.
Underworld reports say Nunez
ha. long been at swordpolnts
with the Italiano crowd.
Sheriff Hugh Culbreath said
Call shot Flores three times
after beating him with a lead
pipe, then pistol-whipped him
as he died.
Miller Terms Reserves Issue
More Theoretical Than Real
Fantastic Bread Madness
Sweeping French Village
Isthmian Red Cross
Team Says Jamaica
Rehabilitating Well
The American Red Cross Di-
saster Survey Team, headed by
Howard Ross, Director of the
Red Cross Operations for the
Caribbean Command, which left
for Jamaica last Friday, report-
ed to Headquarters, Caribbean
Command, that the emergency
supplies they brought were very
well received.
Blankets, lanterns and mat-
tress covers were among the
items they carried to Jamaica.
The Survey Team further re-
ported that they conferred with
Governor Foot at Kingston, and
at his request made a compre-
hensive ground reconnaissance
of the affected areas eastward
from Kingston to Morant Bay,
and westward to Spanish Town.
They said the government had
efficiently "gone to work" in
setting up relief and rehabilita-
tion for the stricken.
Present needs of the people
are more clothing and food.
Although most of the food
crops have been damaged, pre-
sent stocks and heavier Imports
will probably meet their pre-
sent needs.
Construction materials are
greatly In demand to help re-
house those who lost their
hoWies during the storm.
Schools, churches and public
buildings are being used at pre-
sent for housing.
Rhonda Fleming Due
Friday At Albrook
For Benefit Shows
A group of twelve N. B. C. Te-
levision entertainers from Holly-
wood, California, headed by film
and radio star Rhonda 'Fleming,
will arrive at Albrook Air Force
Base early Friday morning to
stage benefit shows at military
and naval Installations in the
Canal Zone.
The show schedulle calls for
the troupe to begin their tour
with two performances at Fort
Kobbe Friday evening. The re-
mainder of the schedule finds
them the next afternoon at
Fort Clayton Hospital, and that
evening at Albrook for two
shows. On the 2nd of September
there will be an afternoon
show at the Coco Solo Naval
Hospital and two shows that
evening at Coco Solo Naval Sta-
tion. All evening shows are
scheduled for 6:30 and 8:30.
A Joint committee of Army,
Navy, and Air Force Officers has
been established by the Com-
mander in Chief, Caribbean
Command, for the sole purpose
of handling benefit entertain-
ment for enlisted personnel In
this area. The committee made
arrangements for this troupe of
performers to be brought from
Hollywood to Albrook in a Ca-
ribbean Air Command aircraft.
The funds for defraying expen-
ses involved come from non-
appropriated funds, which are
funds set aside for the welfare
of enlisted personnel of the
three services and are derived
from the operation of picture
shows and exchanges.
Edward G. Miller, Jr., assistant secretary of state for
inter-American affairs, told a plenary session gathering of
the Economic and Social Council delegates this morning
that the problem of the purchasing power of monetary
reserves is "far more theoretical than real."
Miller, addressing the body as the chairman of the
United States delegation to the conference, referred to
the fact that the second extraordinary meeting of the
Council at El Panam Hotel has been characterized by a
widespread preoccupation over this point.
He assured the delegates that the United States would
gladly participate in any continuing studies over the issue
but stressed the fact that this was only one aspect of
the much greater problem of economic and financial dis-
equilibrium "which has been forced upon us collectively
by the present grave threat to our security."
Miller said the problem was
more theoretical than real in
view of the fact the United States
and other suppliers, particularly
Europe, have been able to conti-
nue a far greater flow of goods
than had been anticipated.
He pointed out that the United
States came out of World War II
with a national debt of $250 bil-
lion and with large continuing fi-
nancial responsibilities, and that
the current emergency is requir-
ing more and more sacrifices on
the part of the American people.
"These economic sacrifices," he
said, "as well as the sacrifices of
life are being undertaken, not in
the national Interest alone, but
in the Interest of the collective
cause of peace and security."
The U. S- delegation chief sug-
gested that any future considera-
tion of-tlua or any other aspect of
the emergency inflation and fi-
nancial problems be carried out
In the light of the total emergen-
cy situation "which we collec-
tively confront."
Touching on another main
point of the current ECOSOC
meeting, Miller reiterated the
pledge that the United States, In
its participation in the.work of
the International Materials Con-
ference, will do "everything pos-
sible to safeguard the Interests of
each and every nation here rep-
resented."
This statement was obviously
aimed directly it the Latin Amer-
ican delegates who have been In-
sisting throughout the confer-
ence on petitioning for "more
adequate" representation on the
IMC.
Miller said the U. S., as a sup-
plying nation, was fully living up
to Its commitments under the re-
solution of the Foreign Ministers
meeting in Washington and he
expressed the hope that "any
government which entertains any
doubt as to the fairness of treat-
ment... will feel free to come to
Washington for a full and frank
discussion."
At the same time he mildly
warned them to Justify their r-
False Alarm Causes
Theater Panic, 5 Die
MEXICO CITY, Aug. 28 (UP)
Five persons were killed and 15
more Injured here last night
when a false fire alarm caused
an outbreak of panic in a movie
theater.
Four of those injured were
hospitalized while the rest were
only scratched and bruised.
qulrements with complete statis-
tical data.
Miller praised the delegates for
their progress on the various
points of the agenda and singled
out for special merit Julio Ernes-
to Heurtematte, of Panam, and
Jorge Mejia Palacio, of Colombia,
both of whom have served as
president of the Council since the
last extraordinary meeting.
He also paid tribute to Pana-
ma's Miss Carmen Mir for her
work as secretary general of the
conference.
Miller made only one reference
to the lack of complete financial
contributions to the technical co-
operation program of ECOSOC.
He said particular attention
had been devoted to the need for
the governments to contribute
their share with regularity and
"it is hoped that the emphasis
placed upon this subject will
have continuing results."
US Adds $200,000
For Inler-American
Road Work In RP
The Republic of Panam has
been granted an Increase of
$200,000 in funds appropriated by
the United States to aid in the
construction of the Inter-Amer-
ican highway during this year, It
was revealed today by a U.S. Em-
bassy spokesman.
The action raises the U.S. Gov-
ernment allotment for Panam
from $600,000 to $800,000, which,
added to the Republic's share of
S400,000, would make a total of
$1,200,000 available in the current
fiscal year for additional surveys
and construction of that part of
the Inter American Highway
situated in this country.
It also was revealed that some
funds have been set aside by the
United States Government from
the existing appropriation made
available by the U.S. Congress,
these fund to serve as a reserve
from which a further allocation
might be made to Panam, de-
pendent upon the Republic's will-
ingness to match the contribu-
tion on a $1 to $2 basis and upon
'he extent to which actual work
progresses.
It is unde-stood that one of
the principal uses of the funds
made available for this year will
be for construction work on a
section of the Highway lying be-
tween the towns of David and
Remedios. Province of Chlrlqul.
Ecosoc Attacks
Problems Still
Awaiting Vote
Following U. S. Assistant Sec-
retary of State Edward Miller's
address at the plenary session
this morning ECOSOC delegates
assigned to the Transportation
and Scarce Materials debating
committees rolled up their sleeves
again this afternoon to seek una-
nimous solutions of problems
that so far have been beyond
reach.
The Transportation group yes-
terday approved a resolution,
over United States objections, on
the conducting of an immediate
survey of all transportation fac-
ilities and transportation re-
quirements for the defense pro-
gram in the event of an emer-
gency.
Miller reiterated the U.S. stand
that the survey should be con-
centrated Immediately on the air
and sea requirements, leaving
land transportation studies for
later. He said he believed there
was still chance for a satisfac-
tory unanimous ruling on this
point and proposed that the issue
be sent back to committee for
further debate.
The motion was seconded by
Uruguay and also backed by Ve-
nezuela.
The committee on Scarce Ma-
terials finished deadlocked after
a five-hour session yesterday de-
voted almost exclusively to de-
mands of some Latin American
countries ior "mote adequate"
representation on the Interna-
tional Materials Conference.
The United States, supported
by Panam and Brazil, contends
that the present IMC setup does
not allow, for any changes In
makeup and that the American
states are fully protected at IMC
sessions. Miller also made point-
ed reference to this situation in
his plenary address.
The group arguing this point
went Into session immediately af-
ter lunch and one of the dele-
gates said, "We'll stay here today
until we settle this problem."
TOKYO, Aug. 28 (UP) The headquarters of United
Nations Supreme Commander General Matthew Ridgway
charged today that the Communists used one of their
own aircraft to stage a fake bombing of Kaesong.
This alleged bombing incident has caused suspension
of the Korean ceasefire talks, and led to acrid exchanges
of allegations from the headquarters on either side.
Ridgway's headquarters said no United Nations plana
of any description was over Kaesong at the time of the
alleged bombing of the ceasefire conference neutral zont
round that town.
"But our air alert (radar) system reported that an
unidentified aircraft approached Kaesong from the west
at 11:20 p.m. Wednesday night, the exact time of the
alleged attack."
Listings For 1952
Canal Phone Book
Must Be In Aug. 30
Compilation of the 1952 edi-
tion of the Panam Canal Com-
p a n y s telephone directory is
presently in progress and tele-
phone subscribers have been re-
quested all listings and changes
no later than August 30.
Although the deadline has been
set at the end of this month, it
was announced that listings will
be accepted up through the first
week in September. The time ex-
tension has been made to permit
last-minute changes.
Listings for the new telephone
directory should be addressed to
the Chief of he Communications
Branch at Balboa Heights, it was
announced.
Australians Say
Migs Are Flown
By Soviet Pilots
ADVANCE AIR8TRD?. Korea,
Aug. 28 (UP) Australian
fighter pilots operating from
here claim the Communist Mlg-
15s in the Korean war are being
flown by Russian pilots.
The Australians, flying Meteor
Jets, have being trying for a
month to induce the Soviet-
built Mlgs into a fight, but the
Red planes have mysteriously
shied away from the British
Jets.
Australian pilots said they
have half a dozen pieces of
evidence to support their con-
tention that Russians, and not
Chinese or North Koreans, are
at the controls of the Red fight-
ers.
While not permitted to dis-
close this evidence, they do
quote for publication the case
of the Mlg pilot who balled out
over the Yalu when shot down
by a United States Sabre.
V Australian flyer said: "The
Yank followed him all the way
down trying to get a good look
at him. The pilot buried his
face in his hands to hide his
Identity."
(anal Pilot Gels
$26,076 For Fall
On Transiting Ship
George V. Tawes, retired Pan-
am Canal pilot was yesterday
awarded $26,078 in his suit
against the Compagnle Des Mes-
sageries Maritime, in an opinion
handed down by Judge Joseph J.
Hancock.
Tawes was a ship's pilot for the
Panam Canal when he fell from
a ladder aboard the S.S. Greno-
ble on July 21. 1949, as It was en-
tering Gatun Locks.
Leg injuries from this accident
left Tawes with a permanent
limp, and he was retired on dis-
ability from Canal service.
Capt. Tawes, who is 60 years
old. now lives in Santa Monica,
California.
He was represented by Van Slc-
len, Ramirez and De Castro.
Ridgway's headquarters de-
clared that since no United Na-
tlons aircraft was In- the area,
this beyond doubt was a Com-
munist aircraft.
"All the evidence establishes
the conclusion that the Com-
munists perpetrated a deliberate
fraud.
"Obvious too is the fact that
the entire scene, Including the
Investigation thereof, was staged
by the Communists for the be-
nefit of their photographers and
newsmen."
It is reported here that Ridg-
way may propose a fresh start
in the armistice' talks.
He may to suggested to the
Reds that both sides appoint new
negotiating teams, and shift the
talks away from Kaesong.
The latest Communist messags
declares Ridgway's rejection of
their protests about the alleged
bombing of Kaesong "maliciously
slandered" the Reds..
But It left to Ridgway the next
move in the business of keeping
the ceasefire talks open.
Meanwhile a a e m 1 official
Pyongyang newspaper said:
"The Kaesong ceasefire talk
have come to a serious crisis ow-
ing to American provocations.
"The American Imperialista
must bear all consequences. They
still show no signs of sincerity,
and dare to break up the nego-
tiations,"
Truman Denies
Cabinet Changes
Ousting Marshall
WASHINGTON. Aug. 28 (UP)
The White House today de-
nied a report that President
Truman is planning a Cabinet
re-shuffle.
The report suggested W.
Stuart Symington, administra-
tor of the Reconstruction Fin-
ance Corporation, would take
over the Defense Secretary'
Job from aging George Mar-
shall.
Economic Stabll 1 z e r Eric
Johnston was tipped to take
over as Secretary of Commerce
from Charles Sawyer, who
would be given a diplomatic
Job.
POINT SAINT ESPRIT. France.
Aug. 28 (UP) Reinforcements
of doctors, nurses and psychia-
trists were rushed to this small
town in the south of France to-
day to combat the fantastic
"bread madness" which has grip-
ped the town with all the terror
of the medieval plague.
In ten days the "disease" has
claimed three lives, driven half-
a-dozen persons to attempt sui-
cide, forced another 23 into psy-
chiatric wards and stricken an-
other 200 with a physical and
mental disease apparently caus-
ed bv bread intoxication.
The victims have been seized
with severe delirium and in ma-
ny cases became violent from
the malady.
The picturesque small village
near the Rhone river has the
dread atmosphere of a plague-
stricken town of the Middle Ages.
8o far authorities have been
successful in tracing the bread
to a stogie baker's shop in town.
Officials nave put a ban on the I
distribution of flour from all of'
the 20 mills from which the bak-
er had obtained supplies.
One theory is that the disease
Is caused by a mixture of wheat
with vetch weed which some-
times flourishes in fields. An-
other theory is that it Is ergot
poisoning. Ergot Is a fungus
which sometimes thrives In cer-
eal duihig rainy seasons and this I
summer has been one of the wet- ,
test In years.
Whatever it is there Is no ques-
tion that th? breprt has lit >-'ly
driven mad many who ate lb i
The Joint committee announ-
ced that future plans call for
Griff Williams and his orches-
tra to begin playlne an engage-
ment in the Canal Zone on the
1st of October.
The first show of each even-
ing will be reserved for enlisted
personnel only, with the second
evening show being open to all
military personnel, their de-
pendents, and civilian personnel
employed by the Department of
Defense, and their dependents.
Personnel living on the West
Bank of the Canal are urged to
attend the Fort Kobbe shows,
and those stationed on the East
Bank are asked to attend the
Albrook showings. The shows at
Coco Solo have been scheduled
for those stationed and living
on the Atlantic SHe military
and naval install"tlors.
The Rhonda Fleming group
will lea\e the Isthmus on the
3rd of S' ember to return to
Hc-Uywcoil. "" .
Chilean Cruiser Docks Balboa
Today; Shore Leave For 542
The Chilean cruiser O'HIgglns
arrived at Cristobal this morn-
ing and was transiting the Ca-
nal today.
It was expected to dock at Bal-
boa this afternoon. The 542-man
crew will have shore leave. The
OTilggins sails again Thursday
: morning.
The cruiser was formerly the
United 8tates Navy's Brooklyn,
and has recently been taken over
by the Chilean navy. ceremonies
in the United 8tates.
Vice Admiral Immanuel Hol-
ger Torres Is flying his flag In
the O'HIgglns, which is com-
manded by Captain Donald Mo>
Intyre.
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
soe. USN, commandant of the
115th Naval District, accompanied
I by the United States Air Force
; Band, will meet the O'Hlggins at
Balboa this afternoon.
A Joint honor ceremony will be
'ield at 9 a.m. Wednesday at
, Quarry Heights. In honor of Vice
Admiral Holger.
Rear Admiral and Mrs. Bled-
soe have issued invitations to a
luncheon in honor of the visiting
Chilean admiral at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesday.
The commandant, officers
and their ladies of the 15th Na-
val District, will hold a reception
in honor of Vice Admiral Holger.
Captain Donald Mclntyre and
officers of the O'HIgglns Wed-
nesday from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.. at
the Officers' Club, U.S. Naval
Station. Rodman.
All local Armed Forces Offic-
ers' clubs have extended privi-
leges to the visiting Chilean of-
ficers.
The Chief Petty Officers' Club
and White Hats Club, of the 15th
Naval District rtservation and
Naval Station. Rodman, have
extended privileges to the enlist-
ed men of the O'HIgglns.
The Balboa YMCA has also ex-
tended the use of its services to
the visiting cruiser.
Body of Friendly But Fickle
Hotel Clerk Found in Field
MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Aug. 28
(UPiThe body of kidnaped ho-
tel clerk Lewana Newman turned
up In a field today, a bullet
through her head, and police be-
lieved one of her many boy
friends may have been the bandit
who killed her.
Every man of the Dade County
Sheriff's force was called In to
undertake mass "shakedown"
of Lewana's friends In search of
the death pistol.
One suspect, described as a
"big bruiser" of a man, already
was being checked on his alibi
that he was "home In bed" early
last Wednesday when bandits
robbed the ocean front Gould
Hotel of $915 and carried off Le-
wana.
The big man was one of the
"dozens" questioned from the
date list of the popular, "friendly
but fickle" Mrs. Newman, 23-
year-old mother of a six-year-
old boy.
Another "nervous" acquaint-
ance of the victim was being
watched at his note! room by a
deputy with binoculars.
Deputy Sheriff O. D. Hender-
son said Lewana may have sealed
her own doom when she recog-
nized one or more of the robbers
as one of her friends.
Sex certainly was not the mo-
tive. There was no indication of
sexual molestation of the body
found behind a clump of trees by
Angus Tindall near his farm 10
miles north of here early today.
Her clothing. Including a light
corset, was Intact.
"That ends our search for Le-
wana." Henderson commented.
"But the search for her killer Is
Just beginning.
We're going to shake down
every-----------we questioned for a
.38-caliber pistol," Henderson
added. He praised the girl clerk as
a "loyal, brave" employe of the
hotel who had fought to save the
money taken in the robbery and
refused to tell the bandits about
$7,200 worth of Jewelry and cash
In another strong box behind the
clerk's cage.
Hundreds of searchers, Includ-
ing the American Legion's auxili-
ary police .and Marines of a re-
serve squadron had hunted for
Mrs. Newman'r body after her
disappearance was reported.
But Tindall found it by acci-
dent when he was driving down
the road back ol his farm and no-
ticed an odor. Hot sun and rain
had started decomposition of th#-
body.
It lay a few yards off the road,
behind the weeds. Henderson be-
lieved that the kidnaper or kid-
napers had driven the woman to
the spot, dispatched her and car-
ried the body off the road. Blood-
stains were found in the road.
Lewana's watch had stopped at
3:55 apparently less than an hour
after she was kidnaped from be-
hind her desk about 3 a.m. last
Wednesday.
Her disappearance was noted
about 8 a.m. when police Inves-
tigating the robbery found her
shoe and belt buckle by a side
entrance of the hotel. Hecks of
blood also were found by the hotel
door.
Henderson said after examin-
ing the body that Mrs. Newman
apparently hurt her ankle as she
fought and kicked her abduct-
ors. ,
Twenty-five deputies will "fol-
low through every lead down to
the end." Henderson promised.
The Miami Daily News today
published a picture of Mrs. New-
man's son, Jimmy, sitting on the
steps of the North Dade Nursing
Home where he lives, waiting in
vain for his mother's regular
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1951
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Arrives
Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................Auf. 21
S.S. Levers Bend ...............................Aug. 31
8.8. ('biriqu ..................................Sept. 2
8.8. Mayar! ....................................Sept. 14
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................Sept. 16
(Hsndllne Rcrriieraled Chilled sad Gsftarsl Cut*)
Arrives
New York Freight Service_____________Crlstobnl
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Sept. 1
8.S. Cape Cumberland .........................Sept. 9
S.S. Cape Cod .................................Sept. 15
S.S. Cape Ann .................................Sept. 23
Weekly Sailing* l N fork, lot Angelas, Ian Pranetseo. Seattle
Orranlnnal Sailing* to New Orleans and Manila
e Meant Id ihii teryice arc iissltsd to twdt* giiingar)
freqasat Freight Sailing from Cristobal to Wad Coatl Central .marica
Cristbal to New Orleans via Arrives
Tela, Honduras___________________ Cristbal
S.S. Chlriqui ___< Pass enter Service Only)......Sept. 4
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................Sept. IS
TELEPHONES)
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON SO
BLUE FUNNEL LINE
accepting passengers for
Los Angeles and San Francisco
by
m.s. "AJAX"
SAILING AUGUST 28th.
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tel.: Cristobal 1781 Balboa 1065
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER ISM
Royal Mails Lines Lid.
.i^AST FREIGHT AW PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN BUR0P AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
8.8. "FLAMENCO" ...................'............8ept. 1st
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"....................Nov. 17th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "TALCA" ...................................Sept. 2nd
S.S. "CUZCO" ...................................Sept. 8th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
8.8. "LOCH AVON"...............................Aug. 28th
TO UK/CONTINENT
SB. "PAMPAS" ..................................Sept. 7th
8.8. "DRINA" ....................................Sept. 27th
Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and Third Class
Superior accommodation available for passengers
All sailings subject to change without notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO., Cristbal. Tel. 1654 1655
FORD COMPANY Inc., Panam Tel. 3-1257/1258: Balboa 1950
SWEDISH TRANSATLANTIC LINE
Accepting passengers for
MO NT RE A L
by
M.S. "MANGARELLA"...Sailing 28th August
M.S. "PARRAMATTA"...Sailing 30th August
(Excellent accommodation available.
All rooms with private bathrooms.)
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
Sewdish Transatlantic Line
Accepting Passengers For
LOS ANGELES
via
AMAPALA, LA UNION and LA LIBERTAD
by
m.s. "PARRAKOOLA"
SAILING SEPTEMBER 7th
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
Music-Molcri
Answer to Previous Pulzle
HORIZONTAL
1 Depleted
musical
instruments
6 They are
sounded by a
------or
hammer
13 Constellation
14 Female star
15 Knock
16 Living
18 Greek letter
IS While
20 Iberian
22 Hypothetical
structural
unit
23 Group of
players
25 Land measure
27 Therefore
28 Equal
20 Diminutive
suffix
30 Per annum
(ab.)
81 "Granite
.State" (ab.)
32 Plural ending
33 Was borne
35 Roman
emperor
38 Wing-shaped
39 Paradise
I 40 Pronoun
i 41 Burdened
47 College degree
(b.)
48 Demented
SO Female
servants
81 Pig
82 What-not
54 Fry lightly
; 56 Deranges
57 Come in
VERTICAL
1 Chemical salt
2 Expunger
3 Mouth part
4 Behold!
5 Crack
6 Face part
7 Son of Jacob
(Bib.)
8 War god of
Greece
0 River in
Italy
10 Pastry
11 Whole
12 School book
17 Note of scale
20 Suffocates
21 Occurred
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done
26 Stopped
33 Pushed
34 Chemical ester
36 Distant
37 Wild ass
42 So be it!
43 Missile
44 Expires
45 Lord (ab.)
46 Essential
being
49 Barrier in s
river .
51 Rude dwelling
53 Earth goddess
55 Article
Shipping & Airline News
AFL Airline Pilots Assn.
On Verge of Strike
CHICAGO, Aug. 28 (UP) A
spokesman for the AFL Airline
Pilote Association said today
there la "definite" talk of a strike
against the United Air Lines, but
that the union had promised to
five federal officials 72 hours no-
ice before any walkout.
At the same time it was learn-
ed that the i union has dropped Its
demand for a flat mileage basis
of computing pilot pay, the cen-
tral issue of an 11-day strike
against United Air Lines in May.
Robert A. Stone, the ALPA's
strike control director, said he al-
ready has completed arrange-
ments to start a strike on three
hour's notice.
But Stone tal dtije union's Exe-
cutive Council has promised the
BY OSWALD JACOBY
When one of your opponents
melds early he depletes his hand.
However, this play makes it much
easier for his side to take the dis-
card pile since they will need only
a matching card and a wild card
to take it, while your side will
still need a natural pair. Furth-
ermore, you will not be able to
discard a card that matches that
meld without giving away the
pile.
You can neutralize this advan-
tage completely by the simple
play of freezing the pack. Furth-
ermore, since your side will have
more cards in hand than the op-
ponents you will have a better
chance to get the discard pile
than they will.
If your side needs only 50 points
the loss of this wild card won't
handicap you much In getting the
pile (although I have played en-
tire hands without ever getting
as much as a fifty count).
The play's weakness of course
is that it is not guarantee dor
anything like guaranteed. If you
make this freeze and then your
side loses the pile, as it well may,
you have lost a big pile together
with your wild card plus any oth-
er wild cards you may have
thrown in later. However, straight
percentages say that this type of
freeze will get you many more
packs than it will cost you.
The reader may now ask, "Why
isn't this always a wonderful
play?" The answer is that good
players prepare a defense against
this play.
If I am playing against a play-
er who freezes automatically if I
meld from my hand, I Just don't
start by melding from my hand
unless I visualize some play for a
quick out and a very good play
for out before very long.
Then, if the opponents freeze
the pile my partner and I go
about our business of playing for
out. If we are lucky we go out be-
fore the opponents have melded
at all. Or maybe we will get the
pile anyway. Then we are ready
for a really big handparticu-
larly if our opponents have brok-
en up their hands in trying to get
the pile.
Finally if they do get the pile
we must expect to lose on the
hand, but we won't lose much.
We will be out before they can
score too much.
Don't forget that it is possible
to work traps against the player
who la quick to freeze. If I am
lucky enough to hold something
like Joker-king- klng-klng-k 1 n g
when I need 50, I may meld only
Joker-king-king. If the freezer
holds a king it is a cinch that he
will first freeze the pack and
next throw me the king.
National Mediation Board that it
will give 72 hours notice.
Joun F. Murray a member of
the Mediation Board, notified
both the union and UAL that the
board was withdrawing because
1' could make no further pro-
gress.
o AL commented that the union
still would be bound by a section
of the railway labor act which
calls for a 30-day waiting period
and arbitration or the appoint-
ment of a presidential fact-find-
ing board.
Meanwhile, an ALPA spokes-
man revealed tnat the union and
the company are "practically to-
gether" on money, but are In dis-
agreement only on "principle."
Ada Rogato, Brazilian Aviatrir
Now In Canada, Is Hnneslck
According to a United Press
dispatch from Ottawa, Canada,
Brazilian avlatrlx Ada Rogato
said today she wished she were
home with her mother, that she
was "homesick." Ada, who passed
through Panam nearly three
months ago on her good neighbor
tour of the Western Hemisphere,
will return home at the end of
September.
However, 28-year-old Ada still
has these countries to visit: Cuba,
Haiti, Dominican Republic. Puer-
to Rico, Trinidad, Venezuela and
the three Guianas. Already she
lias covered 17 countries, and
claims to be the first flyer to
make the sweeping three Ameri-
cas flight.
So far her trip has taken her
195 hours of flying time. Her
Cessna plane Is covered with au-
tographed messages of good will
and flags of the countries she
visited. Also painted on the side
in large Portuguese letters was a
message from President Getullo
Vargas of Brazil"Via this good
neighbor flight, I send cordial
greetings to our brother peoples
of the Americas."
Dutch Tug Towing
Corvettes Through Canal
The Dutch tug, Zwarte Zee,
towing three Canadian corvettes
to Germany from Vancouver, will
dock In Cristobal today after
having transited the Canal yes-
terday. The 4200-horsepower tug
will leave late tonight after hav-
ing made a 25-day non-stop trip.
The corvettes are to be converted
to whalers. Owned by Al Smith
and Company, local agent for the
tug is Fernle and Co .
Prison1* Boasts Self
Into Murder Rap
TULSA. Okla., Aug. 28 A little boasting got Eugene Mon-
roe. 20, in a lot of trouble here.
Tulsa police picked him up on
a misdemeanor charge and con-
sidered him a routine prisoner
until they Intercepted a note he
tried to slip to another prisoner
describing himself as "the hot-
test thing in Tulsa."
Sure enough he was.
A check with the FBI showed
his fingerprints matched those
found on a Venetian blind in the
apartment of a Tulsa rape-mur-
der victim, the number one un-
solved .case In town.
Asthma Coughs
Don't cough and cough, strangle, gasp
Kd chok. ao bad that you can hardly
:ath* or slsepdon't auffar anoth.r
day from Bronchia or Aathma without
trying Mendaco. Thl graat Internal
medicina, recently developed by a,
aclentlflc American laboratory, work*
through the blood, thu* reaching your
lung and bronchial tuba*. That's why
Mendaco work eo fast to help you three)
way*. 1. Helps nature dissolve and re.
move thick strangling mucus. S. Pro-
rr.utes fres aaiy breathing and sound,
sleep so you soon feel O.K. 3. Quickly
alleviates coughing, wheaslng, meet-
ing. Oet Mendseo from your druggist
today. Sea how much batter you may
sleep tonight and how much better roe)
Bay feal tojuerrim, _---------
TERRS'A
A NATRALU CONCLUSION
ALLEY OOP
Chute Six for Alley
BY V. T. BAMLTfe
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BY. LESLIE TURNER
SO V OWN 7VANCEY KNEW XICE WEREAFTERA
WWTHIR.wthI MKN M SPORT CLOTHES, WHO uwpep
?47,000 IN HIS \>USHTW, SO HE CHMM WO OWEj
SUITCASE, ASKED OP VOUR SUITS'. WHAT KIND?.
ME FOE CASH TO
HELP HIM ESCAPE 1J
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BELIEVE -
A BLUE SERGE. THE*! ^ NIT HOW t
BURNED HIS OWN. U CASE \ TIT COW WERE
TODBNV HAYING SEEN /RtMD OUT* TOWN
HIU~ AND HE LEFT FORX.EVIEN'?.
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LOOK ONE TRAIN, LEAWUS ABOUT WM-Wm' "
WAS JUST TIME TO REACH IT, SLIP WTO^aosH
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SIDESHOW CAR. ANP^jf aIoUTTH'
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Louie Is Better
BY MICHAEL O'MALLEY


Tuesday, august zs, isn

THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPEE
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PAGE THREE
US
Defense
Says Civilians
Production
Future
Chief
Soft
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UP) Defense Produc-
tion Administrator Manly Fleischmann said yesterday that
under present mobilization plans, controls probably can
be eased by 1952 and "civilian production isn't going to
be cut drastically from the present rates."
But he warned that "all my predictions would go out
the window" if mobilization goals are raised, as President
Truman has said they may be.
He said specifically that adoption of proposals for a
163-group Air Force (instead of the 95 groups planned at
present) would radically alter prospects for an early re-
turn to normal civilian production.
The Federal Reserve Board re-
ported meanwhile that Indus-
trial production declined in July
to the lowest level of the year,
partly because rising military
output failed to take up all the
"slack" caused by cutbacks In ci-
vilian output.
The production Index for July
was 213, compared to 222 In June.
It was still considerably above
the 198 index for July. 1950.
The board said military pro-
duction 'continued to expand ra-
pidly" during July, and predicted
that the overall industrial index
would climb In August, although
not all the way back to June's
level.
Fleischmann said the "heav-
iest part" of the industrial ex-
panlon program will be concen-
trated in the next six months,
and that some further reduction
In civilian output "probably" will
be necessary.
He declined to make a precise
guess.-on when automobiles, tele-
vision sets and other consumer
roOs can go back into "compar-
atively normal" production, but
said that the strain on critical
materials should "ease by 1933."
He said auto production pro-
bably will be stepped up before
television and radio production,
because ears use sheet steel,
which is not so tight in supply
s the copper and nickel need-
ed for electronics equipment.
In that connection. Fleisch-
mann noted that auto produc-
tion, even after a 35 per cent
cutback. Is still at the same level
as 1949, which was "the biggest
vear In all history up to that
time."
Fleischmann vigorously de-
fended the rapid tax write-off
program for new defense plants,
which recently was suspended by
Defense Mobilizer Charles E.
Wilson for a 80-day "review."
8ome congressmen have criti-
cized the program on grounds
that too much of the tax conces-
sions went to big business, and
that the privileges were awarded
to some fly-by-nlght concerns
without adequate investigation.
Fleischmann said some people
seem to believe the government
has "given Industry" $5.300,000.000
to expand plant capacity.
Actually, he said, the tax a-
mortizatlon certificates of that
total simply mean that "we have
allowed industry to charge off
the cost of new plants in five
vears instead of 20 when figuring
their taxes."
"In the long run. the program
is not likely to cost the govern-
ment anything," he said.
"The very enormous expansion
just in the lines we want has
been obtained by the use of this
sound device."
RUSS MINERVA STUDEBAKER, center, was among the 18
people to receive Suggestion Award checks recently from
Brig. Gen. Francis A. March. Chief of Staff. USARCARIB.
She received a check for $10.00 as an additional award based
on the Government's savings In the Antilles, as a result of
her suggestion that additional information be placed on stock
record cards to facilitate the preparation of follow-up cor-
respondence relative to supplies due-in from the United
States. To the left of General March Is Col. L. H. Hewitt,
Engineer Officer, U8ARCARIB. In his address to the 18
award winners, General March praised the winners for their
interest in aiding the Army, and pointed out that much
"unnecessary money spending can be cut down" by suggestions
such as those submitted by this group.
(U.S. Army Photo)
Naval Personnel
Urged To Increase
Sayings Bond Buys
Urging the maximum partici-
pation of Naval and civilian per-
sonnel of the Fifteenth Naval
District In the Payroll Savings
Plan.during America's first U.S.
Defense Bond drive, September 3-
October 27, Rear Admiral Albert
M. Bledsoe. USN. the District
Commandant, emphasized that
the purchase of R. Defense
Bonds strengthens the home
front against Communist ag-
gression and at the same time
provides financial security for
the individual Bond buyer and
his family.
"During this drive." said Ad-
miral Bledsoe. "we are being ask-
ed to enroll In the Payroll Sav-
ings Plan, or, if we are already
signed up. to try to increase the
amount of our regular allot-
ment."
He pointed out. "Savings is one
of the means that will help pre-
vent inflation and savings accu-
mulated by the purchase of De-
fense Bonds provide an excellent
and easy method of maintaining
a growing financial reserve, high-
ly desirable to officers, enlisted
men and civilians upon retire-
ment."
Legion Auxiliary
Will Choose, Honor
'Person of Month'
Each month a unit of the
American Legion Auxiliary. De-
partment Panama Canal Zone,
will choose someone on the Isth-
mus who has been outstanding in
the promotion of community in-
terests.
Factors to be considered in-
clude betterment of the commu-
nity, promotion of some out-
standing activity for community
benefit, voluntary services. Ame-
ricanism, promotion of good will
and better citizenship, assistance
to child welfare, health and ac-
tive charity work.
The first program will take
place during the month of Sep-
tember. Unit 1, Balboa. Canal
Zone will present the first "Per-
son of the Month." The name of
the person will be announced
publicly.
It Is hoped that this program
will tend to let more of the pub-
lic know about some of the fine
and outstanding work promoted
by some of .the Individuals on the.
Isthmus.
WATCH FOR OUR
SALE Starting August 31st
ZIG- ZAG
Chief of Army Libraries
Canvassing Local Needs
MBS. HALLIF MORAN, USARCARIB Librarian, and Miss
Agnes Crawford; Chief of the U. S. Army Library Service.
Miss Crawford is in the Canal Zone for a two week inspection
tour of local Army Library facilities.
(US. Army Photo)
Uncontested expert on the sol-
dier's demands for leisure, and
serious reading material is Miss
Agnes Crawford. Chief of the
VS. Army Library Service, who
arrived here from Washington
recently for two weeks to assist
with the expansion of the USAR-
CARIB library program.
While here, she will confer
with Mrs. Hallle Moran. USAR-
CARIB Librarian, and tour post
libraries throughout the Isth-
mus. Problems particular to lo-
cal libraries will be discussed,
such as Spanish books for bi-lln-
gual troops and the field library
units distributed by truck to men
in jungle outpost positions.
As her buying is geared by the
knowledge gained by such tours,
along with reports from post li-
brarians, it Is possible for the Ar-
my to purchase books especially
requested by military personnel
or books holding a sectional or
historical interest for men sta-
tioned in colorful localities. By
ireenlng on the move, Miss Craw-
ford remains alert as to troops
Interest in books and periodicals,'
wherever they may be stationed.
Her work qualifies her as a
professional traveler, also. Last
year shp toured European Army
installations, and before embark-
ing for Panama, she attended
the Fifth Army Librarians Con-
ference at Fort Benjamin Harri-
son, Indiana. Upon her return to
the United States. Miss Crawford
ill spend three weeks in New
York, buying books for the Army.
The United States Army Libra-
ry Service Is a branch of the
Special Services Division, which
Is in turn a part of the Adjutant
General Corps. Headquarters for
the Library Service Is in Wash-
ington, where Miss Crawford
m\ri* twn-thlrds of her time
the other third is spent in travel.
According to Miss Crawford,
one of the foremost activities of
her office now Is keeping'a con-
stant stream of reading material
flowing to Korea and hospitals.
Because of the expendablllty of
books In the battle area, they are
sent at a great ratio. 35 books for
every hundred men.
During her stay in Panama,
Miss Crawford Is residing at the
Hotel Tio!l. No stranger to the
tropics, she Is quite familiar with
the Caribbean for she spent
three-and-a-half years in San
Juan. Puerto Rico, where she was
Antilles Command Librarian
from 1941 to 1944.
'.Missing' Bather
Found Safe at Home
WABASH. Ind. Aug. 28. (UP.)
When (he Long Lake bath-
house was closed for the day,
a locker basket filled with a
boy's clothing remained, Wor-
ried police spnt two days drag-
ging the lake because they
feared the owner had drowned.
The mystery was solved when
Don Brown. 18, admitted he
forgot the number of his locker
basket and left the lake In his
bathing suit.
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Senate GrOUp M0Ye$ Scenic Route Once
To Lighten Taxes Smu*g]ni Palh
For Smaller Firms
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UP)
The Senate Finance Commit-
tee voted tentatively yesterday to
increase corporation Income and
excess profits taxes by $2.280,-
000.000 a year.
The figure approved by trie
Senate was about $760.000,000 be-
low the increase In business tax-
es approved by the House and re-
presented another blow at Pres-
ident Truman's hopes of getting
$10.700,000,000 in new tax reve-
nues.
The reduction would result
from a lighter burden on small
corporations those earning
less than $25.000 a year and
from a milder increase In the ex-
cess profits tax.
The Senate committee voted
last week for a $2.409,000.000 In-
crease in personal Income taxes.
For corporations earning more i
than $25,000 a year, the senate I
committee set the same regular
income tax rate of 52 per cent'
that the House approved. This |
compares wltH the present rate
of 47 per cent.
However, the senate group ap-
plied the tax differently, easing
the load on firms earning less
than $25.000 so they would pay
about $150,000,000 less than un-
der the House bill.
name. He acted after a confer-
ence with Gen. George Washing-
ton, who suggested the road as a
means of invading Canada. Haz-
eu carried the road as far as the
MONTPELIEB, Yt., Aug. 28 notch, where it later was aban-
(UPiSmugglers and war were closed because the proposed cam-
: e :ponsible for. two Vermont paign was shelved.
Meways, tljrdfugh Smugglers'
Notch and Haaen's Notch.
Indirectly President Thomas
Jefferson was responsible for
Smugglers' Notch being a law-
breakers' route when he Institut-
ed the embargo act of 1808.
Not Up To Him
DOVER. N. H. (UP) On his
105th birthday, Paul DeRoy was
asked how many more he ex-
pected to celebrate. "I'll tell you
later," he replied, "only God
knows."
The smugglers drove cattle
through the noich to Canada and
returned with British embargoed
goods. The steady traffic created
a road that later was turned into
one of the state's scenic high-
ways.
Col. Moses Hazen built the first
road to the notch bearing has
4
Our BRANCH STORE Only
(I ivoli Avenue)
WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY
TOMORROW WEDNESDAY
FOR INVENTORY
FELIX fi. MADURO, S
No. 6 Tivoli Avenue
Mouse Brought Forth
ELLSWORTH. Me. (UP) _
Ralph Beal. mechanic, needed
but a moment to remove a
squeak from the automobile of
John Dlxon of Greenwich, Conn.
Beal reached under the hood
and pulled out a live white mouse.
(a/a fa/tlich
PANAMA
PANAMA
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SURE, a trim new Buick makes a mighty
pretty picture when you see it in your
driveway, or watch it wheel by.
But if you could get a mechanic's-eye view of
this big, broad beauty as it sits on a lift, you'd
see an impressive picture of rugged brawn
that makes good-to-look-at Buicks give such
a good account of themselves on the road.
You'd see the full-length torque-tube drive
that firms the whole power relay system, and
steadies your going like a giant hand beneath
you.
' .........
"You'd see big sturdy wheels with really wide
rims that provide surer footing, give better
car control, make tires last longer.
You'd see all four wheels cushioned by stout
coil springs that are completely service-free,
practically breakproof-and a principal
reason for the ever-level Buick ride.
But mainly, you'd see the massive foundation
that backbones every Buick
the deep, wide, X-member frame that's
rugged as a rock, and a brute for strength.
So when you look at the beauty of a Buick
the big mileage power of its valve-in-head
Fireball Engine-and the moneysaving abil-
ity of its Dynaflow Drive*-don't overlook
the tough stamina that goes with it all.
And don't overlook the fact that a new '51
Buick, with all its heft, costs less per pound
than any other car of comparable size,
structure and weight.
Better come see us first chance you getand
find out what a smart buy this isfrom every
angle.
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THE PANAMA AMLKICAN AN INDEPENDENT DA'I.T NEWSPAPER
TUESDAY, AUGUST tt, Ml
Giants Chop Another Game Off Dodgers9 Margin
= Brooklyn Loses Nightcap
[ Of Twinbil! With Pirates
By United Prtss
NEW YORK, Aug. 21The onrushing Giants wrench-
ed another full game off that once "insurmountable"
Dodger Notional League lead when they swept to their
15th and 16th consecutive victories while the Dodgers
split a twi-night doubleheader with the Pirates yesterday.
.'Consequently, the once over-
whelming 13 and one-half game
Brooklyn margin stood at only
five games. The Giants have 28
Ames remaining to play and the
Dodgers 30.
The Giants beat the Chicago
Cubs. 5-4. in 12 innings and 6-3
in regulation time as ihey rolled
up the biggest winning streak in
the senior circuit.
Bill Rigney's fly to left field
knocked in the winning run in
the opener and gave Larry Jan-
sen hi.s 17th victory after the
Cubs had taken a 4-3 lead in the
top of the 12th.
Then rookie Al Corwin pitched
a^ six-hitter and the Giants
pounded out 12 safeties, includ-
ing home runs by Eddie Stanky
and Monte Irvin, to win the af-
terpiece easily.
.Ralph Branca carried a no-hit-
ter into1 the ninth inning before
he was touched for singles by
Pete Castiglione and George
Metkovlch as the Dodgers beat
tlje Pittsburgh Pirates 5-0 in the
opener.
Hut the Pirate*, who hold an
11-9 season advantage over the
Bodg ers, routed Erv Paiica in a
.three-run first Inning and went
n to win the second fame 5-2.
"The Philadelphia Phillies made
It three straight shutouts over
the Cincinnati Reds with 2-0 and
3-0 victories and the Boston
Brave* downed the 8t. Louis Car-
dinals, 6-3 and 4-2. In twi-night
doubleheaaers.
Home runs accounted for all
the Phillies' runs in their wins
over the Reds. Bill Nicholson hit
a two-run homer In the first in-
ning to give Jocko Thompson the
nod over Herman Wehmeler and
catcher Del Wllber hit three
homers In the second game to |
give Ken Johnson the decision
over the veteran Kenny Raffens-
berger. Thompson allowed only'
three hits and Johnson permitted !
seven.
Rookie Niles Jordan started
the string of 27 consecutive
scoreless Innings for the Reds
with a 2-6 three-hit victory
over them In his big league de-
but yesterday.
Warren Spahn struck out ele-
ven Cardinals and Max Surkont
pitched a two-hitter for the
Braves. Spahn raises his league
leading total to 133 and his vic-
tory total is now 17. Surkont's
victory was his tenth.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Philadelphia Athletics
shut out the Detroit Tigers, 1-0,
last night in the only scheduled
junior circuit contest.
I.B.C. Takes Steps
For Protection Of
Turpin's Health
NEW YORK, Aug. 8 (IIP)
The International Boxing Club
has taken steps to make sure
Middleweight Champion Randy
Turpin is hale and hearty for
his Sept. 12 title bout in Now
York with Rav Robinson.
The IBC doesn't like the idea
of Turpln refusing to wear a
head-gear during training. To-
day, IRC President Jim Norria
issued these orders to Turpin
Ho k to atop riding horses
and motorcycles, wear a
mouthpiece sad headgear while
sparringand make sure his
hands are properly taped dur-
ing training sessions.
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American League
TEAMS Won Los Pet. G.B.
( leveland. 79 46 .832
New York 78 47 .624 1
Boston 73 50 .593 5
Chicago. 68 n .544 11U
Detroit 58 66 .488 28 M
Washingtui 52 71 .423 26
Philadelphia 51 76 .402 28 U
St. Louis 38 M .311 39!/s
Today's Games
Boston at Detroit.
New York at St. Louis (N).
Philadelphia at Cleveland (N).
Washington at Chicago (N).
Yesterday s Results
NIGHT GAME
Philadelphia.......... 1
Detroit.............. 0
NEW YORK, Aiig 28 I UP)
Welterweight Champion Kid Ga-
viln was s 13-5 choice to make
a successful defense of his title
tomorrow night In a 15-round
"endurance contest" against
Ir "
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JOE
W1UIAMS
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fitable, a shrewd blend of imagination and enterprise. It can also
be something cheap and tawdry. Unfortunately, in sports today
we have more of the latter than the former. "^
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Ish Billy Graham of New York.' a,?'ilea8u* b?" *ame- Tnls WM straight out of low burlesque. It
Boxing men were were con- J".n' "atte.r ,l.tnl* mid' mockery of the sport or that it
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National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.
Brooklyn 79 45 .637
New York. 75 11 .395 5
Boston 2 60 .588 16
Philadelphia 63 83 .500 17
St. Louis 58 82 .483 l!l
Cincinnati 54 72 .429 26
Chicago. 53 71 .427 2fi
Pittsburgh 53 27 .421 27
Today's Games
Chicago at Boston (N).
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Pittsburgh at New York.
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N).
Yesterday's Results
FIRST GAME (12 Innings)
Chicago 010 002 000 001-4 8 0
N. York 000 300 000 0025 8 0
Hatten. Leonard 110-5 > and Ed-
wards. Owen; Jansen < 17-9 and
Westrum.
SECOND GAME
Chicago 010 000 002 3 6
New York 120 011 lOx-6 12
Rush (8-91 and Owen. Burgess;
Corwin 15-01 and Westrum.
333RD FIELD DAY Cpl. Harold R. Childs. of Company C.
33rd Infantry, hops across the finish Une In the sack at the
first battalion field day. Childs won by six "lengths" over
Cpl. Arnaldo Galvan, also of Company C.
(Official U.S. Army Photo by Sgt. Lynch)
*
ups, drill, hole-in-one. wire lay-
ing, tug-of-war, pup tent pltcn-
lng, soft ball throw, grenade
throw, trouble shoot on a Jeep,
and a packboard relay. Competi-
tion was between companies and
It was very keen, with Charlie
company taking the most points.
At Kobbe beach the men of the
second battalion enjoyed a party
that included tug-of-war, a pie-
eating contest (meringue, nat-
urally i, swimming, and an all-
soldier orchestra.
This party was more of a spur-
of-the-moment affair. Only ln
the tug-of-war were teams or-
ganized. Other contests were
open to anyone who desired to
participate.
At both parties free refresh
33rd Infantry Holds
Separate Field Days
For 1st, 2nd Bns.
FORT KOBBE. C.Z., Aug. 28
The first and second battalions
of the 33rd Infantry had separate
field days at Fort Kobbe recent-
ly.
The first battalion conducted
its festiviUes at Qulnn Field. The
second battalion had its day at
Kobbe beach.
The first battalion's party
combined athletics with soldierly
prowess ln a program that In-
cluded sack race, 100 yard dash,
assembly of machine guns, push-' ments were available.
vlnced that the
Square Garden
the battier with the most stami-
na over the championship route.
Few experts anticipate that the
fight the third meeting of
these two men will end short
of the 15 round distance.
Neither man is considered to
pack enough wallop to put the
other away, especially since Gra-
ham has never been knocked oft
his feet much les/ kayoed and
Gaviln has been floored but ne-
ver stopped.
Stamina will be a decisive fac-
tor, in each of their previous
bouts over the ten-round route,
Graham appeared to be strong-
er and fresher at the finish. How-
eci'. tomorrow they fight the
championship distance of 15
rounds.
Qavllan. a speedy Cuban, has
gone 15 round* twice without any
difficulty. They ore his title
bouts with Ray Robinson and
with Johnny Bratton. He won
the 147-pound crown by outpoint-
ing Bratton last May 18. This Is
Graham's first 15-round match.
In the two previous Gavilan-
Graham bouts each won close
and widely disputed decisions.
Billy took a split verdict on Feb-
ruary 10. 1950 and Gaviln du-
olicated the achievement last
Nov. 17.
The bout will be televised and
broadcast by the Columbia
Broadcasting System which has
paid $55,000 for the rights. The
battle la expected to attract 10.-
000 spectators and $45,000 at the
gate.
the idea.
Coco Solo, 903rd Triumph
In Atlantic Hoop League
STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Powells........4
Caribe..........4
) I Westinghouse .... 4
0 903rd Battery .... 2
Coco Solo........2
junior Varsity.... 1
FIRST GAME (Twilight)
Cincinnati 000 000 0000 3 1
Phadelp'a 200 000 OOx 2 4 0
Wehmeier < 2-9 > and Howell;
Thompson 14-9 > and Seminick.
SECOND GAME (Night)
Cincinnati.......... 0
Philadelphia.......... 3
FIRST GAME (Twilight)
St. Louis 100 001 0103 6 2
Boston 101 000 22x6 11 0
Poholsky '4-12' and Sarnl;
Spahn U7-11 and St. Claire.
1 .800
2 .887
2 .887
3 .400
1 .333
5 .187
SECOND (AML (Night)
St. Louis............ 2
Boston.............. 4
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FIRST GAME (Twilight)
Pittsburgh 000 000 0000 2 1
Brooklyn 200 C02 Olx 5 8 0
Queen 5-8'. Wilks and Gara-
giola; Branca (12-5> and Walker.
SECOND GA'ME (Night)
Pittsburgh.......... 5
Brooklyn............ 2
If you've lost it or you've found it
If you'd rent it or you'd sell-
Tell the people all about it
P.A. CLASSIFIEDS buv as well!
U.S.A. Wins 15th
Straight Wightman
(up From Britain
CHESTNUT HILL. Mass Aug.
28 (UPi The United States
Wightman Cup tennis team lias
won Us 15th straight series over
Great Britain by a score of six
matches to one.
Young Maureen Connolly of
San Diego clinched the cup Sat-
urday at Chestnut Hill, Massa-
chusetts when she beat Kay
Tuekey, 6-1. -3, in the first
match of the day. The 16-year-
old blonde's victory gave the
United States four wins ln the
best-of-seven series. The Amerl-
I cans took a 3-0 lead in Friday's
1 play.
England's Jean Quertler pro-
vided the only upset of the two-
day program of matches. Miss
Quertler turned the tables on
8hirley Fry of Akron. 6-3, 8-6 for
Britain's only victory.
In the other singles match, Do-
ris Hart of Coral Gables. Florida
beat Jean Walker-Smith. 6-4. 2-6,
7-5. Then Miss Hart and Miss Fry
teamed to win the doubles
against Miss Tuekey and Miss
Quertler, 6-3, 8-3.
In the first game of the night
Coco Solo won a 42 to 37 victory
over the Junior Varsity. The Ju-
nior Varsity were playing as hard
as they could but, just couldn't
get ahead in the ball game.
Hellerud of Coco Solo led the
scoring for the winning team by
dumping ln 15 points while for
Junior Varsity It was Peltynovich
with 14.
In the final game 903rd edged
out Westinghouse ln a very close
and exciting game. 903rd took an
early icad in the ball game by go-
ing out In front in the first quar-
ter by seven points.
At the half It looked as though
9C-3rd was going to hold a com-
fortable lead to the end of the
game but during the third quar-
ter the Army boys lost ground to
the Westinghouse team by only
leading by two points at the end
of the third stanza.
In the final and deciding quar-
ter no team was ever more than
five points in front of each oth-
er, and as t,he game ended it was
903rd still out in front by two
points. Williams led the scoring
for the Army boys by recording
20 points while for the losers it
was F. Tom with 19 to his credit.
Box scores of the games;
FIRST GAME
TP
2
4>
11
16
10
0
Motta-Luke Doubles
Team Picked To Cop
Spalding Tournament
The George Motta-Lt. Claude
Luke and Webb Hearn-Capt.
Hampton duos triumphed Sun-
day morning at the Olympic ten-
nis courts ln Spalding Cup Tour-
nament matches. Wlllls-Delvalle
also won.
Motta-Luke trounced Croeslyn
Guardia-Schay 6-1. 6-1 and dis-
played such teamwork that they
are now the favorites .to cop the
tourney.
Hearn-Hampton won by forfeit
over David Halman-Ernesto Pl-
nate.
The Willis-Angel Delvalle team
easily beat the Spauldlng-Car-
rlngton combination 6-1. 63.
Due to the absence of one of
the Omphroy brothers, future
matches of this tournament may
be postponed for a few days un-
less the National Tennis Board
decides to continue play and de-
clare the Omphroys losers by
forfeit.
Bed 0'Roses Returns
To Races With Win
SARATOGA. NY.. Aug. 28 < UP I
Owner Alfred Vanderbilts Bed
O'Roses returned to racing yes-
terday with a win in the featur-
ed Gideon Putnam Purse at Sara-
toga.
The four-year-old bay filly,
who has been sidelined with, an
injury since earlv this year, ap-
peared In good form as she beat
Early Heath by three-quarters of
a length in the six-furlong sprint
Jockey Eric Guerln gave Bed
O'Roses a well-paced ride and
would have won by a bigger mar-
gin if he had not eased up over
the final 50 yards. AM at Once
ran third -a length behind Early
Heath.
Bed O'Roses was timed in one
minute 12 seconds on a fast
track. The filly was an almost
even monev favorite and paid
$4.20. $3.20 and $2.30.
Coco Solo FG FT
Grochowskl. .. 1 0
1 2
4 3
5 5
3 4
0
14 FG 14
Junior Varsity n
1 ri
Peltvnovlch. .. 6 2
2 1
Egolf.......... 1 0
0 1
0 3
0 0
3 (I
1 tl
R. Salter...... 1 0
Totals.........15
SECOND GAME
903rd Battery FG FT
Kraft......... 5 1
Tischuk........ 6 1
Trueblood...... 6 3
Woods........ 2 1
Williams....... 8 4
Zurbruegg...... o 0
Wachtel....... o o
Lambert....... o o
Totals.........27 10
Westinghouse FG
Ibaez........ 4
H. Tom........ 3
F. Tom........ 7
Chambers...... 5
Arosemena...... 2
P. Magdaleno.... 2
C. Magdaleno..... 4
Lam.......... o
Kuhrt.......... o
FT
1
I
5
2
0
0
0
o
0
42
TP
2
14
5
2
1
3
0
I
2
2
37
TP
11
IS
15
5
20
0
0
II
64
TP
I
6
19
12
4
4
8
0
0
Flight of Fancy
SALT LAKE CITY, (UP)
Patty Duffy. 4. knows the lingo
of fliers. When she finishes her
prayers she never says "amen"
bul "roger." Explains Patty:
"That's what the pilots say when
they get through talking."
P
Totals
27
8 62
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bout at Madison I JPPl0",d afreak QUWoloiy In a shameful. disgraceful way/Any.
will be won by t "" tt*n,lon *nke to himself andhU club. Tfiat was
To a pointed extent the baseball writers ar to blame. They
have encouraged this fellow and by so doing urged him to newer
Iiidecenc.es ahd an hallucination of Inspired madness. What he
calls showmanship can more often be accurately identified as
vulgarity.
Belatedly the president of the American League ruled against
further debasement of human dignity ln the use of midgets and
such. It Is typical of the loose, way baseball Is run these days
that no reprimand or fineexpulsion from bssebsll would not
have been too severe a penaltyaccompanied the decision.
The midget was signed to a regular contract It is not evident
whether the contract was first cleared through the, league office
or not. If this Isn't necessary It oertsinly ought to be. Other-
wise, what is there to prevent this fellow, or some one of similar
coarseness, from signing Frank Costello or Joe Adonis to plav
first base? Either of these characters would attract publicity and
curiosity dollars at the gate. And this fellow has demonstrated he
has no sense of propriety and little respect lor baseball.
BARROW WAS REAL SHOWMAN
Dan Topping of the Yankees has made few observations that
will go ringing through the ages but his comment when Col.
L. 8. MacOenlus abruptly uncoupled himself from the club sev-
eral years back is worth repeating at this tima.
"We won't miss him. You" can only promote so far.*'
MacOenlus was another baseball man who fancied himself
as a brilliant showman. A fashion parade on the diamond which
featured scanlly clad dames ln bathing suits was characteristic.
He Is known as the man who fathered night baseball in the
majors, as if that were a mark of genius.
Everybody In baseball appreciated night baseball would
stimulate attendance but the more thoughtful club owners were
hopeful they could continue to sell baseball as a day game. Very
likely they were bucking the Inevitable but their respect for Un-
original pattern was so deep they tried to muddle through, not-
withstanding losses.
As a matter of fact, Ed Barrow, then running1 the Yankees,
had experimented with night baseball in the bushes 40 years be-
fore. That's how old the Idea was. Even this fellow Veeck's midget
Weaand midget Idea Is correctwas a plagiarism, lifted from
a Jim Thurber fantasy.
Barrow, incidentally, was a solid showman, but he wanted no
Eart of sideshows that did not deal directly with some phase of
aseball. He operated on the principle he was selling baseball
and unrelated exhibits and didoes had no place ln the stadium.
Under his direction the Yankees seldom, if ever, had a losing year.
GRIFFITH'S GREAT STUNT
Two of the best operations in baseball are Wrigley Field in
Chicago and Brlggs Stadium in Detroit. Both lovely parks with
heavy family patronage. Neither goes ln for sideshows. Wrigley
Field doesn't even present night baseball. All they try to sell la
baseball. And, as ln any other business, when If good baseball,
they do well, when It Isn't they don't.
Showmanship is a flagrantly abused word these days. Any
odd character who manages to break Into print with a lurid stunt
is hailed by the undiscrimlnatlng as a showman. This may even
go back to Flo Zlegfeld and the historic Anna Held milk bath.
I'd call that sensationalism, not showmanship and I maintain
there's a very real difference.
, Clark Griffith, who still has the Washington club, qualified
as an authentic showman when he persuaded the President of
the United States to throw out the first ball at one of his open-
ing games. This was promotion with point and purpose. It put
the Chief Executive ln the position of indorsing baseball as the
national game. It was a stunt from which the game gained dig-
nity and lasting value.
In putting the zing on this fellow Veeck I'm not unaware of
the problem he faces ln trying to pump up Interest ln a team like
the St. Louis Browns. But he obviously takes himself seriously
as a master showman and knows no restraints I doubt that he
even knows baseball. If he did he wouldn't have made a gag of
signing that midget. There must be scores of pitchers in the
American League today any midget can hit.


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Mr. Slmmern i a uait at Ho-
tel El Panama and wUl be on
the Jathmus for four daya.
Luncheon at Golf Clab
far Mr. If nacla ("ierra
Mra. Robert Novey was hostess
for a luncheon on Saturday at
the Oolf Club in honor of Mrs.
Ignacio Herr of Spain, who ar-
rived hre from Venezuela re-
cently. Mra. Fierro la the for-
mer Yolanda lleta.
Lancheoa at El t'anaya
Henorlnj Visitor,
Mr .and Mr. Jalma de la
Guardia entertained with a lun-
cheon at El Caney Sunday In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Ignacio
Fierro and Mr. and Mra. Men
Aria.
Cocktail-Buffet
far Mrs. Bailey
Mrs. William Bailey, who u
leaving for New York on Wed-
nesday was honored with a buf-
fet aupper and cocktail party by
a group of friends in the Fern
Room of the Hotel Tivoli laat
evening.
A Son far the Zalemas
Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Zagone
are the parents of a son. their
first child, born Saturday. Au-
Sust 25, in Buffalo, New York.
Irs. Zagone is the former Mary
G. Goulet. daughter of Mra. Ar-
thur W. Goulet of Balboa and
the late Mr. Goulet.
Wedding Plans
of Mis* Fanarow
Miss Ida Fanarow haa com-
2eted plans for her marriage to
r. Lewis Thompson on Thurs-
day. August 30. The wedding
will take place at the Balboa Un-
ion Church at 8:00 p.m. with the
Rev. Alexander H. Shaw officiat-
ing.
All friends of the bride and
bridegroom are invited to attend
th wedding, as well as the re-
ception afterwards in the parlors
of the Union Church.
Miss Fanarow, who haa been
on the Iathmua for about two
years, came here from Washing-
ton. D.C.. to work as a nurse in
Gorgas Hospital.
She attended Colorado Uni-
versity at Boulder. Colorado, la-
tar taking her training in nurs-
ing at the School of Nursing of
Catholic University of America
in Washington. D.Q.
Guest* at El Panama
Vice President of American
Airlines. Dr. M. D. Miller and
Sales Manager of the same air-
lines. Mr. A. Saunders are guests
at Hotel El Panama.
ama Railroad ship yesterday
from New York
Mlai Bowan has returned from
a summer tour of Europe with
friends. *
Farewell Lgncneoa
for Mrs. Norton
A group of friends gave a fare-
well luncheon for Mrs. Bsale F.
Norton on Saturday at Hotel El
Panama. Mrs. Norton, an old
time resident on the Isthmus, is
sailing on the SB. Cristobal on
Friday to make her home in the
United States. Eventually she
6lana to Join her daughter. Mrs.
ancy O'Hanlon in California.
To Visit In El Valla
Mr. and Mrs. William James
Bright. Jr., of Curundu, are
leaving today to spend a week In
Fl Valle.____________
Return from Miami
Mr. and Mrs. George Novey
and their daughter. Mrs. Irving
Bennett returned on Sunday
from Miami.
Teen-Age Prowler
Shoots Banker
In Swank Home
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Aug. M
(UP)Officers, finding what was
believed the stolen getaway car,
Intensified their search today for
a curly-haired teen-ager who
shot a prominent bank executive
to death here last night.
John B. Stephenson, 62-year-
old vice president of the Atlantic
National Bank, was shot as his
wife and daughter Mary looked
on when he attempted to search
the youth.
Stephenson was a former
scoutmaster and had worked
with youngsters for several years.
His daughter discovered tha
youth prowling in their swanky
house on St. John's River while
the family was at dinner.
After shooting the bank exec-
utive in the head, the youth tore
open a aereen door In the kitch-
en and apparently fled in a 1950
Bulck sedan which was stolen
three blocks away a short time
after the Incident.
Police found the car and
searched it for clues and finger-
prints that might lead to the
slayer,
Mrs. Stephenson and her
daughter said the young prowler
was wearing a sports shirt with
a blue floral design. He had dark
hair which curled onto his fore-
head and apparently was 14 to
16 years old.
When surprised in the home,
the youth told the Stephensons:
"I'm in an apartment house and
I'm hunting a room for ray mo-
ther and sister who are waiting
outside."
Another woman told police she
saw the youth when he came to
her upstairs duplex and told her
he was apartment hunting.
"He was such a child and so
nice looking," she told police, "I
thought he was awfully young for
his family to let him look for an
apartment."
Returned Yesterday
Colonel John W. Bowen of
Quarry Heights accompanied by
his daughter. Miss Elizabeth
Sown returned aboard the Pan-
Leave for Wheaton Academy
Mr. Hal Bradford, son of Dr.
and inri. N. E. Bradford and
Messrs. Richard Holt and Geo.
Holt, sons of Mrs. Adele Holt
and the late Mr. Holt, left by
ship yesterday for the States.
They will attend Wheaton Aca-
demy.
Labor Day Dance
at Legion Club
A Labor Day dance will be giv-
en by the American Legion on
Saturday. September 1 at 8:00
p.m. at the American Legion
Club. The dance will be aeml-
formal.
Ticket are now on sale for
41.00 per couple.
To Meet at J.WJ1.
The Marine Engineers Benefl-
tlal Association will hold its
monthly meeting at the Jewish
Welfare Board Center tomorrow
at 7:00 p.m.
Refreahments will be served af-
ter the meeting. The chairman
urges all members to attend.
PfUer-MeNally Engagement
Announced in New York
The engagement of Miss Joan
Marilyn Pfizer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William R. Pfizer, to
Howard Charles McNally. son of
Mr. and Mrs. John W. McNally,
of Westbury. Long Island, has
been announced in New York.
Miss Pfizer was graduated from
Wellesley College in 1947. Her
father is vice-president of the
Panama Canal Company in New
York. Mr. McNally is with the
American Telephone and Tele-
graph Company In New York.
No CashPayoF
For Convict Held
In Wrong Prison
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28. (UP)
President Truman today vetoed
a bill to pay $8,000 to Lon Weav-
er. Mount Vemon, Ala., who in-
advertently was held In the Fed-
eral penitentiary at Atlanta. Ga.,
lor 10 months.
Mr. Truman said that while it
was true Weaver was held
wrongfully in the Atlanta prison,
the time he spent there was cre-
dited to a 10-year term to which
he had been sentenced for bur-
glary in the Louisiana state
penitentiary.
Midway through the state pri-
son term, Mr. Truman said,
Weaver, mistakenly was surren-
dered to a U.S. marshal to serve
a federal sentence Imposed upon
another man.
"In the light of the foregoing,
it does not appear that any dam-
ages have been sustained by the
claimant as a result of his de-
tention In the United States pen-
itentiary at Atlanta, Ga.." the
President said.
Woman Doctor Assigned
To Service In Army
CHICAGO, Aug. 28 (UP)
Capt. Ruth M. Miller, assigned
to the Camp Atterbury, Ind.. hos-
pital, is the first woman physi-
cian to be accepted for service in
the 13-state Fifth Army area.
Women physicians last August
were authorized to enter the Ar-
my Medical Corps. During World
War II, 72 women physicians
served in. the corps but they were
not permitted after 1947.
Capt. Miller, a native of La
Crosse. Wis., was engaged in pri-
vate practice at Avon Park, Fla.,
from Jan. 3. 1948 to last May 15-
Kooi-/Hd
NOTICE
ISTHMIAN CONSTRUCTORS, INC.
wishes to Inform that Mr. ROBERT O. WALL is no longer
a Director or an Officer of, or in any way connected with
this Corporation as of July 25, 1951. Any obligations sought
to be contracted by him for this Company subsequent to
July 25, 1951, will not be honored by the Company.

L. R. SOMMFR
Secretary
TOE BALLET TAP
Dince for Poise, Pleasure & Qrace
Learn to Dance with
DOROTHY CHASE
Teaching at the Balboa YMCA
Registrations for September Classes
Taken Now. Call: 2-1751
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HOLLYWOOD'S Margaret Sheridan likes convertible two-place
ensembles. Here, the star of RKO Radio's "The Thing, wears
an unusual strapless bodice which matches the accordion
pleated taffeta skirt of cocktail length.

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The cards of today' hand are
exactly the same as those shown
yesterday. They are Just twisted
around to show the declarer In
the South position.
North should have doubled
four diamonds, as I pointed out
in yesterday's column. When the
hand was actually dealt North
passed over four diamonds.
South, who was not an expert,
went on to five clubs.
West led two top diamonds, and
South ruffed the second. Declarer
decided to ruff one of dummy's
remaining small diamonds. Next
he would dra ytrumps from the
dummy. Finally he would run the
spades, for a total of eleven
tricks.
This was a good plan. No expert
could have Improved on it, but
the plan needed careful hand-
ling. Alter ruffing the second
diamond, South led the eight of
clubs to dummy's jack. Looks
harmless, doesn't it? About as
harmless as TNT.
He returned a diamond from
dummy, according to plan, and
East promptly discarded his sin-
gleton spade. South ruffed with
the nine of clubs an dlaid down
the club ace. But now there was
no way to re-enter dummy to
draw East's trumps. When South
tried to get to dummy with a
spade East ruffed. This was the
second defensive trick, and the
defenders were bound to get a
heart or a diamond later on to
defeat the contract.
The correct play was to enter
dummy for the first time with a
spade, not with a trump. This
gives East no chance to get rid of
his singleton spade. Then de-
clarer ruffs a diamond, cashes
the ace of clubs, and leads his
last trump tu dummy. It Is then
easy to continue the P'an by
drawing trumps and running the
spades.
Whiskey And Beer Sued
TYLER, Tex. (UP) Seven
hundred bottles of beer and 48
pints of whiskey were named co-
defendants In a civil petition
filed here in district court. The
civil petition, styled the Slate of
Texas vs. Isaac Jack Lacy and
the whiskey and beer, is for for-
feiture of the beverages.
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TUESDAY, AUGUST 28, 1951
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobile*

,. FOK SALE: 9 eu. ft. 25 cyclt.
V Coldspct. 25 cycle turntoble. Rot-
. ..tan livinorocn **. matching
1?,'. drapes. Mahogany diningroom
j ""able with 4 chiin. 9x12 rush
^. Tug. All in 8d condition. Rea-
* sonably prictd. Phona Balboo. 2-
1054. House 725-A. Cocoli after
1- -5 p. m. _________
FOR SALE:Deep Freezt, 6 eu. ft,
Leonard (Nash Ktlvinotor,). 60
,,. cycle, perfect condition. Phone
25-3679, Qtr. B-26 Ord. Dept.
... Novil Station, Rodmon C. Z.
FOR SALE:1948 7.5 cu. ft. refri-
'. aerator. 25 cycle. Will trade for
...60 cycle. Phone 25-3712.
""FOR SALE:Weitinghbuse refriger-
tor Spindrjer washer, record ploy-
- ir all 25 cycle. 1419-D Balboa,
.Tel. 2-1214.___________________
FOR QUICK SALE:Top unit 7 foot
. general Electric Refrigerator. Fine
" '" condition. Only $75. Coil today
,'aftar 4 o'clock, Piper Bolboa 2839.
FOR SALE:9 foot Frigidaire. 60
*' cycles. Excellent condition. Coll 3-
2399. penomi.
j-.- "
FOR SALE:Mahogany diningroom
set. Studio Couch, wicker chairs,
Simmons bed. plants. 2153-C, Cu-
"hindu. ^^__^_^______
FOR SALE:The big bargain of the
Week! Gyromatic EPindix 1950
-washing machine. 4 Hollywood
folding beds with innerspring mot-
trets, bridge table with 4-cholrs.
Chest of drawers, Raleigh bicycle
for big bay. Everything used three
months only. Perfect condition.
9th St. 8043 aportment 4, Melen-
dez Ave. Colon.________^^
FOR SALE: 25 cycle refrigerator"
(or tnde for 60 cycle), book cases,
chest drawers, bamboo coffee
toble, violin. 365-A. France Field,
phone 37-8-8731.___________
PO SALI:Tw new niel ene 1'
x 5' the e4*r 4 1 -2'
>ri i.75 f- *?. H *h,m
.n4 make an Her. Aha- *
rttr nti *M rm paler1. sla 2
1-1 ft. x 4 1-2 ft. 6 ft. 4
V2 .. ariaa e tfcis ir 25.
Pkape Panama 2-0027 ar J 073,
aa Ha. 2.S.i 50Hi **
Ecuadoreans Hurl
loading Cement
if Balboa Docks
'."two Ecuadoreans were injured
yesterday While working aboard
" tbeS. 6. Nlcarao loading cement
""alto ti* hold. ,
Arturo Tqto. 33, was struck on
*-"the left hip when a Sling lilting
~i pallet from the hold slipped
and fell hack, .
*"".* Was admitted U Gorgas
Hospital suffering a contusion of
-4he lft hip. _
Secundo A. Flores, 43, was
_.,atruek in the head by cement
tailing from the crane. His inju-
: -fies were diagnosed as laceration
of the scalp, although he was not
"srdmltted to the hospital.
_ Both men are employed by the
Terminals Division as longshore-
men. _
-. Toro is a resident of La Boca.
Flores lives in Panam City.
" Tw* witnesses to the Incident
Peported that the sling was ap-
- pfOxlmattly five feet above the
No. 1 hold when it slipped and
iell about ten ieet into the hold
before hitting the two workers.
- The Nlcarao Is berthed at Pier
" li-B in Balboa.
FOR SALE:1941 Ford $300. Good
tires, motor. Box 85, Diablo. Phone
2-2810 3:30 to 4:30 weekdays.
FOR SALE:1950 Buick Special. 4
door, radio, new tires, $1,700. Call
273-3296, 2-1847 offer 4 p. m
FOR SALE:Oldsmobile 2-door se-
don, 1939, tires ond car in very
good condition, duty poid. $250.
00. Call Cristobal 3-1571.
Cama fa the NASH AGENCY ana*
aa a new car. On Display this
Waek-ena1. Open Saturday ana1
Sanaa* tr.m 9 00 A. M. re 10.00
r. m.
FOR SALE:1950 Studeboker pick-
up, duty paid, bast offer, over
$1,600.00. Nuddleston, Balboa
Fire Station.
FOR SALE
Real EtMatp
FOR SALE: 1 house and 3,750
meters of lond. Located in New
Arroijan. W R. Evarts, Box 1145
Ancon, C. Z.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
American couple desires modern fur-
nished qpartment or house in re-
sidential section, space for car.
Mrs. R. L. Maze, P. O. Box 93,
Coln.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Experienced cook,
Compo Alegre, corner of 31 ond
Ricardo Anas Streets," oportment
4.
LOST & FOUND
LOST:Parrot since Saturday. Re-
word. Lindo. No. 26, 46 St. Tel.
3-1801.
Position Offered
SfCRITARY WANTID:leraalished
American campeay requires
aaXencaa* secretary capable ol tak-
ing rapid dictetlen in Inallsh.
Fluency in Spanish inclading shert-
hand alia desirable. Caed salary
fair ejvallHpd paran. Ptiene Pan-
ama 3-4714 during affica hetirs
far interview.
* British Building
World's Largest
Aircraft Carrier
'.'.". LONDON, Aug. 28 (LP8>The
.'largest aircraft carrier in the
world. HMS Eagle, will be join-
ing the British Royal Navy be-
fore the end of this year.
It is presently being complet-
""rat a cost ol $42,000.000 exclud-
es*- guns.
The Eagle will carry 100 air-
craft, mostly jets, and have a
crew of 2,750.
Priest Says Allied
Scientism As Bad
As Soviet Statism
NEW YORK. An*. 28 (UP)
The Rev. Michael P. Walsh, pres-
ident of the American Associa-
tion of Jesuit Scientists, said
here last night that mathemati-
cian Albert Einstein was "guilty
of the same offense that we are
witnessing today in Soviet Rus-
sia" when he used the prestige
of his scientific position to speak
on non-sclentiflc subjects.
Walsh said: "We must remem-
ber that United States and Brit-
ish "scientism" can be just as
wrong and dangerous as Soviet
statism."
Reconnaissance Bn.
Training Exercises
Set For Tomorrow
USARCARIB. Pacific Sector
Headquarters, announced today
that the 45th Reconnaissance
Battalion will conduct a traln-
ltc-: exercise tomorrow morning.
'Fhis training exercise will
take place entirely in the Canal
Zone area adjacent to Panama
City. There will be no civil par-
ticipation in this training exer-
cise, eVen though the maneuver
will take place in a non-mlli-
tarv area of the Canal Zone.
CATARACT. Wls. (UP) Ora
C. Abbotts a firm believer that
"7" Is a lucky number. One of
seven children, he's the father of
seven boys and seven girls, seven
of whom are married and seven
single. Besides that. Abbott is
grandfather to 17 youngsters
and is 57 years old.
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A NEW CAR
will be 0,\ DISPLAY

.
THIS WEEK.END
(Saturday & Sunday)
9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
NASH AGENCY
Tivoli Crossing Panam
MISCELLANEOUS
Oe yea bava a drinking prebleaer'
Write Alcehelici Anenymeu* i
las 2031 Aneen. C Z.
SOMMfR SPECIAL Cold Wov, $7.50.
Why hove o home permanent?
..with inadequate facilities, no
certain finished look, ond no cjupr-
antre when you can have a
professional one complete for only
$7.50! It will last longer.. and
look betterl These con be had
Monday thru Thursday. Make your
appointment early! Tel. 2-2959.
Balboa Beauty Shop. Open 9:00
a. m. to 6:00 p. m. Balboa Club-
house, upstairs.
Choice "DULCINA" Boquete Or-
anges, 100 to crate. Delivered'$4.
75. Productos Nacionales S. A.
Telephone 2-0028, Panama.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE; Dobermon pinschers
blocks-reds. Cristobal 3-1284.
FOR SALE:Camera Speed Graphic
and complete processing, outfit.
Circular saw 12" floor model, at-
tachments; Band saw 14"; Work-
bench, compressor, tool chest; C02
Fire Extinguishers, steel dining
toble, Q. M. mattress and spring ;
Porter cable belt sender 1-2 H. P
25 cycle motor. Ironrite automo-
tic Ironer; Speed boat 20' x
6' 3" x 1' x4"; mahogany
construction, new. 757-D, Barneby
St. Balboo. Phone 2-1714.
FOR SALE:-22 Cal. Morlin Rifle.
39-A, must sell. $40.00. 107-B
Pedro Miguel, C. 2. Phone 4-506.
Mothers, happy., healthy feet stort
in the crodl;. .Protect baby's pre-
cious feet with JUMPING-JACK
Shoes, from cradle to 4 years. Ex-
clusively at BABYLAND. No. 40,
44th, Bella Visto. Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE:Assorted lengths used
flexible rubber hose. 1 1-2", 2"
2 1 -2". Best offer. The Texas Co.
i Panama) Inc.
FOR SALE:Baby scales ond basl-
nette with liner. 1431-D. Carr St.
FOR SALErWicker choise lounge
with pad. '. .-.' tame male mar-
moset with cage, $6; new Com-
missory clothes closet, S6; two
medium-size fiber rug*. $2 each;
741 A Enterprise, Bolboa I Off
Prado).
FOR SALE:-White sewing machine
with button hole attachments.
$75.00. House 1538-A, 8alboa.
Phone 2-1531 after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE:Rad'O, phonogroph, 25
cycle. $70. Chair & stool, slip cov-
ered. $12. Boy's Sport Coot size
12 to 14, $12. 4-567.
STAMP COLLECTION: Near 9..
000 stomps, all different. Good
condition. High vplue. Occasion,
100 dollars. From 4 to 6 p. m.
Calle 12 Este (Santa Ana) No. 19.
1 St. f lopr, room- 8.
400-DAY (ANNIVERSARY) CLOCKS
just in time to send home for
'Christmas! Eight beautiful models
ot ottractive prices! The FRINCH
AZAAR. COLON.
Gen. Bathhurst
Arrives For Brief
Visit On Zone
Brig. Gen. Robert M. Bathurst.
Commanding General, United
States Army Caribbean, arrived
at Tocumen Airport yesterday at
9:30 p.m.
The general, accompanied by
his aide. Capt. T. V. McKeon, ar-
rived here from Headquarters.
United States Army Forces, An-
orto Rico, by; way of Mi-
ami, Fla.
1 Bathurst and his aide
are exnected to depart the com-
mand Friday.
Dog's Life Includes
Untaxed $50,000
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.. Aug.
28 (UP) A Boston terrier
named Dusty inherited $50,000
from his late owner who want-
ed the dog to continue enjoy-
ing steaks and pork chops after
her death, it was revealed here
today.
Probate Judge Jack White
ruled that Dusty need not pay
Federal taxes on the fortune
which was willed to him by Mrs.
Marv S. Morrow of Clearwater.
who died Jan. 9. 1950.
Mrs. Morrow's close friend
told the court that "She was
very afraid that Dusty wouldn't
get the liver steaks and pork
chops to which he was accus-
tomed."
Knights of Columbus
To Sponsor Bingo Games
MARGARITA.. Aug. 38 Rel
guiar Bingo games will be held
every Wednesday night at the
Knights of Columbus club here
to raise funds for chnrlty.
The first game will take place
tomorrow Aug. 29 and the public
U cordially Invited to attend.
RESORTS
nrllla*. Beach cottages Santa Clara.
Box 435. Balboa Phone Panama
3-1877. Crlstobol 3-1673.
Qramiicti's Santa Clara booch-
cottoges. Electric Ice boxes, gas
Stave*, moderate rates. Phone 6-
541 or 4-567.
CASINO SANTA CLARA
Panama's Most Popular Residential
and Recreational Suburbion Develop-
ment. Building Lots at Reasonable
Prices. Overnight cabins ot $2.00
person. A la Carte Restauront, 7 to
11 P. M.
Houses ON REACH Santa Clara, in-
expensive. Phone SHRAPNIL. Bal-
boa 2120 or see caretaker.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALMAMRRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment; Contact office No. 8061, 10th
St. New Cristobal. Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Three bedroom unfur-
nished house in Avenido Federico
Boyd No. 18. For information call
Tel. 3-181 i between 8 a. m. and
10 a. ifi. or from 3 p. m. tot 5 p.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENTNicely furnished, two
large clean, cool room. All mo-
dern conveniences, to married
couple .or college students. Peru
Ave. No. 65. lower left.
Rolarians To Hear
Noel Sargent On
World Development
Regular weekly luncheon of
the Panama Rotary club will be
held at Hotel EL Panama on
Thursday at IS: 15 p.m. Guest
speaker will be Noel Sargent, who
is here from New York City re-
presenting the Inter American
Council of Commerce and Pro-
duction at th* ECOSOC confer-
ence of the Pan American coun-
tries.
His subject will be "World De-
velopment."
Sargent Is Secretary of the
United States Section of the In-
ter-Amerloan Council of Com-
merce and Production' and Sec-
retary of the National Associa-
tion of Manufacturers.
WSB To Investigate
Nationwide Strike
Of Copper Workers
WASHINGTON. Aug. 28 __President Truman yesterday
ordered the Wage Stabilization
asonrd to investigate a nation-
wide strike by copper workers
and urged the striking employes
to call off their walkout in the
interests of national defense.
Chairman George Taylor of
the wage board sent telegrams
to leaders of the 58,000 strikers,
members of the International
Mine. Mill and Smelter Workers
Union fine), asking them to re-
turn to their jobs at once.
Another 42,000 members of
11 AFL i unions were idled by
the walkout.
In a letter to Taylor. Mr. Tru-
man warned that the strike
which already has had a "very
serious impact on the defense
program" because the "present
critical shortage of copper has
inhibited fulfillment of essential
production schedules."
Mr. Truman ordered the wage
board to Investigate the dispute
and 'promptly report to me"
recommendations for "fair and
eouitable terms of settlement."
The board's recommendations
would not be binding on the
parties.
The president acted after De-
fense Mobllizer Charles E. Wil-
son notified him that the walk-
out will drastically curtail pro-
duction of tanks, guns, ulanes
and other military Items as well
as essential civilian goods.
Wilson said it Is important
that copper production be in-
creased, rather than halted.
Force Insulted
DALTON. Mass. (UP)Thieves
stole one of the new call boxes
put up by the police department.
QUALITY
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SERVICE
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
We run a PERMANENT
BARGAIN SALE of
OVERSTOCKED ITEM8
whare the
FINEST QUALITY PAINTS
are priced LOWER
than the cheapest.
Why not save money
buying the best?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
379 Central Ate.
Tel. 3-0140.
Polaroid
Land Camera
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
124 Central Atc.
(adj. International Hotel)
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Iraraedlate
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Mrs. Dee Pays Fine
Plans to Leave CZ
For NY Sept. 21
Mina Dee paid her fine of
$1500 yesterday afternoon in the
U. S. District Court at Ancon.
She told The Panam Amer-
ican today that she plans to
leave the Isthmus for the States
Sept. 21, accompanied by her
brother, Robert Adams, and her
son. She will live with her hus-
band's family In New York City.
Although her husband does
not plan to resign Immediately
from his Job with the Electrical
Division, he will Join his wife at
a later date.
Mrs. Dee, the first American-
woman to be tried for a felony
In the history of the U. S. Dist-
rict Court at Ancon, was found
guilty last Tuesday of failure to
account promptly for public
funds, and was sentenced to two
years In the penitentiary and a
fine of $1500.
However, the sentence was
suspended on the condition that
she leave the country within
thirty days, for a period of three
years, and pay the fine.
Judge Joseph J. Hancock told
The Panam American today
that the sentence did not re-
quire Mrs. Dee to report to any
probation officer in the States
during her three year proba-
tion.
The Judge said, however, that
the Court had the power to
check on her activities in the
States, if it so desires.
Immorality Charge
Dismissed today
The charge of "transportation
of wdmen for immoral purposes"
against 30-yer-old Alfred Cor-
nellous Lenon was dismissed
this morning in the U. S. Dis-
trict Court in Ancon at the re-
quest of the prosecution.
Probable ause had been found
after a preliminary hearing May
11 In the Balboa Magistrate's'
court, and on Mav Is the case
was bound over.
A jury trial had been set for
this morning before the District
Attorney's motion to dismiss the
case for failure of proof was
entered.
Lenon was employed as an
electrician's helper at the Pedro
Mlauel Locks.
Ball at $500 had been set May
11. Lenon was represented by
Woodrow de Castro.
Part-Time Jobs Now
Okayed By Defense
Dept. For Military
Military personnel, if they so
desire, may now obtain part-time
outside employment In certain
activities essential to the na-
tional welfare, the Department
of Defense has announced.
Local commanders henceforth
are authorized to permit military
Sersonnel to engage voluntarily
i certain part-time agricultural
and Industrial work while on
pass, leave, or while off duty.
However, authorization by local
commanders for military person-
nel to engage in such work Is
dependent upon certification by
the appropriate Public Employ-
ment Service Office of the exist-
ence of a local labor shortage
emergency and that such em-
ployment will not Interfere with
the customary employment and
regular engagement of civilians
In the some work.
A policy directive outlining the
conditions under which such em-
ployment may be authorized
stresses that passes or leaves will
not be granted solely for that
purpose. It emphasizes that the
department of the work will not
Involve expense to a military de-
partment and that permission
will not be granted if the quan-
tity of the work performed or the
effort expended In such work
Impairs the efficiency of person-
nel In the performance of their
military duties.
The Certification by the Pub-
lic Employment Service Office
will be made In accordance with
standards and procedures set up
by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Brass. Non-Comsr
Civvies Jounce
As ASCAP Ends
It's been a long time since the
Isthmus has seen Generals and
their ladles. Sergeants and their
ladles, and civilians and their la-
dlesor husbands, as the case
may bewere all dancing at the
same partyand having a whale
of a time.
But there were 375 of them at
the American Legion ball Satur-
day night when the A AC AP grad-
uates staged a whlng-dlng fiesta
in honor of the 65th AAA Group.
Col. Sanford J. Goodman, Com-
manding Officer of the 05th was
the guest of honor.
There were' Generals Morris
and March, besides Governor
Newcomer and his staff, and all
their ladles. There was "Sergeant
Holmes" and his lady, and many
many civilians, all partying
aroundIt was really somep'n to
see.
A buffet dinnerall Inclusive
started the affair. Dinner en-
tertainment Included singing by
Jack Kennedy, several hilarious
stories by Charlie De Young, and
selight-of-hand feats by Russel
T. Wise.
Then came the skitthe poor
Sergeant was having his troubles
with the PFC's (poor foolish civ-
ilians, to the unknowing!. They
bad a 40 ram, gun and 90 mm
shells ftnd couldn't seem to un-
derstand what was up. The Ser-
geant's experiences had all 375
guests gasping till they were weak
with laughter, and then Starting
over again.
Stars of the skit were Walter
J. Allen, Charles De Young, An-
tonio Orslsl, Louis M. Pace, John
E. Ridge, Robert L. Ridge. Mi-
chael A. Romeo, William N.
Taylor. Wesley ,H. Townsend,
John E. Winkloskv. and William
G. Wood, assisted by Miss Bea-
tlna M. Alexander, and Mrs.
Margaret A. Spreadbury.
The finals of the skit saw a
B-26 pilot radioing for explana-
tions and help- from the Albrook
control tower as he found him-
self shot up over Flamenco Is--
land (Course the fact the clvll-
lians were practicing there was
onlv a coincidence.) All the op-
erator could offer was to sug-
gest that the pilot repeat the
following after him slowly. "Our
Father. .
A five-tier cake with an anti-
aircraft gun on top keynoted
the occasion. The 71st Army
band played for dancing till
long after midnight, ahd all
agreed it was a party that
wouldn't be forgotten.
Tickets for civilian were $4
each, which covered all ex-
penses and the thing came
out even! Committee members
were Benlaraln S. Chisholm.
Kerner E. Frauenhelm. and
Gerald O. Parker.
A RECENT MEETING 'of the Christian Readership Training
Planning Committee at Balboa Union Church, CZ. Left to
right: Rev. A. E. Rather, Church of God, Panama; Rev. A. H.
Shaw, Balboa Union Church. Secretary; Rev. Louis M. Flsk,
Methodist Mission, Panama; Mrs. Major Kathleen Tucker
Salvation Army; Chaplain W. W. Winter, U8N, Armed Forces
Liaison; Mrs. Juanita Updike, Four Square Gospel, Panama;
and Rev. Norman Pratt, Methodist British. Conference.
(U.8. Navy Photo)

National Church
Council Offering
Leadership Course
The National Council of
Churches of Christ (United
States) will offer Christian Lead-
ership Training Courses at the
Balboa Union Church on Octo-
ber 8, J2. 15. 19 and 22 from 7:30
p.m. to 9:15 p.m.
These coursse are presented in
a cooperative effort by leading
Protestant churches both of the
Canal Zone and the Republic of
Panama on the Pacific side of
the Isthmus and are designed to
afford an opportunity for pas-
tors, teachers and Christian lead-
ers to enrich their service for
their people.
The Dean of the School. Dr.
M. D. Smith of the Panama
Institute, will announce the cur-
riculum in the next.few days.
Advance information may be
obtained from the Rev. A. H.
Shaw. Balboa Union Church, te-
lephone Balboa-1486 ______
Miss Boyle To Speak
To Auxiliary Group
American Legion Auxiliary, fil-
bert 8. Wald Unit No. 2 of Cristo-
bal, has announced a meeting
tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at Legion,
Hall, Old Cristobal.
Department officers of the
auxiliary will be present. Misa
Jacqueline Boyle, recently arriv-
ed from the States who repre-
sented this Department at Girls'
Nation will speak to the mem-
bers about her experiences and
her wonderful time at this ses-
sion.
Miss Anna Fisher will play
"The Star Spangled Banner" as
the meeting conveens.
Mrs. Dorothy Corbett and Mrs.
Marie Wolf and Mrs. Flynn will
bid their final farewell to the
Unit. The Unit will lose these
members who are leaving the
Isthmus.
Service Bars will be presented
to the members of Unit 2 who
have glv enolng service to the
auxiliary.
Five Old-Time PC Employes
To Retire At End of August
Charge For Cleaning
Canal Quarters .
Ranges Eliminated
The charge tha thas been
made for cleannlg electric
ranges in Canal quarters when
the occupants vacate apart-
ments has been eliminated In
the new Canal tariff.
The change, was made pri-
marily to simplify and stream-
line bookkeeping In connection
with cha raes on quarters. A
charge will still be made in
those cases In which stoves are
excessively dirty requiring more
than normal cleaning.
The former charge waa 12.00
for four-burner ranges and $4.00
for six-burner stoves.
Hot Chocolate Rolling
LOUNSBERRY, N. Y.. Aug. 28.
(UP. i A railroad refrigerator
car was filled wtth hot chocol-
ate when an overheated Journ-
al box set the car afire. The
car was loaded with candy bars,
""lremen from two towns could-
n't save much ol the candy.
Five long-time employes of the
Panama Canal Company and
Canal Zone Government will re-
ceive retirement certificates at
the end of August. Their periods
of service range from 22 to 32
years.
The retiring employes, their
positions and periods of service
are:
Leon Borden. Senior Foreman
In the Building Division at Bal-
boa. 25 years, 5 months and 22
days.
Edward E. Ellis. Clerk In the
Receiving and Forwarding A-
gehcy. 30 years. 5 months and 2?
days.
Patrick J. Henry, Towboat En-
gineer In the Navigation Division.
22 years 5 months and 16 days.
Herbert R. Judson, Chief of
the Coupon Section of the Fin-
ance Bureau. 32 years, 9 months
and 17 days. _,,
Benjamin F. Kuller. Jr.. Fil-
tration Plant Operator at the
Mount Hope Filtration Plant, 25
years, 2 months and 12 days.
Bordert was born in Austria
and is a naturalized United
States citizen. He was a plumber
and steamfltter In New York
from 1908 to 1915, when he Join-
ed the United States Army. Dis-
charged from the service at Era-
pire, he was employed July 13,
1920 In the Mechanical Division.
In the earlv years of his Canal
service, he served as foreman
painter and utility foreman m
the Locks and Constructing
Quartermaster Divisions. He was
transferred in December 1940 to
the Buyding Division as senior
construction and maintenance
loreman and held that position
throughout most of the remain-
der of his Canal service.
Mr. and Mrs. Borden plan to
leave August 31 on the S.8. Cris-
tobal and will make their future
home in Florida.
Mr. Ellis, a native of Eliza-
beth New Jersey, was employed
in New York and New Jersey as
shipping derk and tracer for a-
bout six years before coming to
the Isthmus. He joined the Ar-
my in 1915 and was employed by
the Canal organization March 4.
1920. following his discharge at
Balboa. He served as clerk in the
Quartermaster Division until
January 1921, when he was trans-
ferred to the office of the Super-
intendent of the Panama Rail-
road He was transferred to the
Coaling Station In October 1931
and in June 1932 to the Receiv-
ing and Forwardlne Agency. He
worked In the Municipal Division
in 1932 and 1933 and in January
1934 was employed as Assistant
Material Inspector at Madden
Dam. He returned to the Receiv-
ing and Forwarding Agency in
October 1935 and served as cleric
In that division throughout the
remainder of his service.
Mr. Ellis left Canal service In,
April and is now on the Atlantic
side of the Isthmus.
Mr. Henry Is a native of Jersey
City, New Jersey. After about two
years employment with Standard
Oil Company, he was employed
in 1915 as oiler, and junior engin-
eer for the Panama Railroad
Steamship Co. He joined the
Navy In 1918 and served about a
vear with the rank of ensign.
Following his Navy service, he
spent about seven years on VS.
Shipping Board vessels as mar-
ine engineer. -
He Joined the Canal organiza-
tion May 11. I2fl as drill barge
steam engineer in the Dredging
Division. He also served as float-
ing crane and second assistant
pipeline suction dredge steam
engineer and dipper dredge mate,
operator and engineer. During
World War II. he served as ma-
chinery Inspector with the U.S.
Maritime Commission. He was
reemployed In May 1945 as chler
towboat engineer In the Marine
Division, the position he holds
upon retirement.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry will leave
September 7 on the 8.8. Ancon
and will make their home in.
Brooklyn. New York.
Judson, a native of Roxbury,
Massachusetts, was employed a-
bout eight years as stock ledger
clerk and worked at the Water-
town Arsenal before coming to
the Isthmus. He was employed
November 14.1918, as Clerk In the
Accounting Department. He was
named Chief Property Inspector
m July 1930 and became Senior
Property Inspector In April 1937.
He served as Assistant Chief In-
spector from October 1944 to
March 1950, when he was named
Chief of the Coupon Audit Sec-
tion.
Mr. and Mrs. Judson plan to
remain on the Isthmus, at least
for the present.
Kuller was born In Philadel-
phia. Pennsylvania, and was em-
ployed in California and Chica-
go about three years before com-
ing to the Canal Zone. He was
employed June 19. 1926. as artW-
san In the Municipal Division
and was named Foreman the fol-
lowing January. He became a
pumpman In June 1930 and was
named filtration plant operator
In April 1944.
Mr. and Mrs. Kuller plan to
leave September 7 on the 8.8.
Ancon and will live In Franklin,
North Carolina, following his re-
tirement.
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By Jack Lait
.' NEVER IN OUR HISTORY, Pair Deal Congressman told
me, has our government been o venal, ao degraded, 10 corrupt as
It is now. ..
This was not a squeamish man He had risen through the
dirty poltica o a district crummy with crime and crooked
politics.
"Everything to Washington is for ato," he said.
"Prom babypins in service hospitals to airplane-carrier,
from a letter of Introduction to a vote in Congress.
"There Is little attempt at concealment.
"Billions are poured out amid chuckles and even brags of
"Not everyone Is dishonest. A majority of one la enough
to pass a bill. There are divided Jurisdictions in all the bureaus,
of which there seem to be a million. Top men are so busy with
their 'policy' problemspolitical and officialthat they dont
know what's going on. But they know plenty Is going on.
"I see the same spirit in those who come to me for favors.
"They take it for granted that ethics, oaths of office, duty,
common honesty, are horse-and-buggy foolishness, and If anyone
In office 'pulls' such phrases they are excusesprobably stalls for
handout offers. .. ,. ,
"I have known Washington daring quite a few
years. It has always been a seventh heaven for lobby
and every other sort of pressures, horse-trading, pork-
barrel projects and a certain amount of out-an-eut pur-
chase and sale of privileges and cold-blooded looting and
*rC*UT, RIGHT NOW, all that Is generally taken for
granted, openly, and the hungry boys are bdsy on bigger
and better and newer improvements en robbing be
Treasury and throwing raw contracts to those wbo offer
the most dough. '" ,
"It's Inflation there. In step with everything else."
Of course, this wasn't exactly new to me. I wrote a book
about it. But I was shocked.
But he was an Insider and not scrupulous, naive or of lofty
m0"oratory? argument,, waving the flag, quoting Washington
and the Constitution now get you blank, curious stares, he ob-
"Everybody but everybody, with a few unimportant ex-
ceptionsIs on the make. Those who haven't got their hand out
for cash are figuring political consequences. You have to be a
politician to get and keep a Job, that's the American system. But
we all used to go light In admitting that: we thought we had
to at least prevaricate and say we were patriots, unselfish and
public-spirited. ____._,
They laugh at you if you suggest any such hooey Mgr. H
you're for or against anything they ask 'How much? or What s
In it for you?'
"The pet word Is 'contacts.' ,
That covers all activities from getting a Communist in over
a border to building a war plant or buying 60,000 vehicles or
spreading relief where it will elect someone or passing scarce
metal* through the bottleneck as 'defense' materiel, though it s
used for cans, safety-pins, building race tracks, shipping for
resale abroador even shipping out to be sent back here for sale.
"ALL THAT GOES Into taxes and prices, plus pre-
miums for the middlemanand it's a wild runaway that
must keep growing worse, for the momentum is terrific
and each case suggests a dozen like it, only bigger and
The' unions are rapacious; the employers want profits. Each
ays the other side makes It fight In self-defense.
"The unions are more tightly organized and can use oiacx-
JacksllteraF and rhetorical ones. j
"Minorities of all sorts through paid agitators who keep
them dissatisfied and sorecrack down with threats.___
"The communists have plenty of money and, of course .their
lying traitors in high places. They swing tremendous Influence,
pay ior a lot of it. wangle more by controlling powerful officials.
"But the dimes the contract-flxerB.
This state of war-wlthout-war U Ideal for grafting and
chiseling and nicking the Treasury to put up billions for private
projects. ^^ ^ t^ biggest bonansa that ever feU tato the laps
of the sharpshooters. They aren't held down with actual
restrictions of wartime, and yet they bore Into all the
openings made by hear-war, with the whole country pre-
paration-minded and defense-minded.
What goes on is a crying disgrace, a whirl of crime and a
complete breakdown of all our traditions and our whole con-
temnlated form of republican, democratic government.
temftacBi't change it X wouldn't try. I don't take bribes but I
itM>n mv fences up and mended, and often I, a hardened old-
timer, can't look myself in the mirror. It's play along or get
out And being In Congress U the only business I know now."
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PRICES ROSE WHEN
FLEET CAME IN
Coco Solo.
To The Mall Box
The Panam American,
Panam.
Dear Sir: _
I am a sailor stationed In Coco
Bolo since a couple of months and
a regular visitor In the City of
Colon where I gladly make my
liberty. I have been listening to
the shopowners, how glad they
are that the Navy Is back In Coco
Solo, but I found It rather dis-
gusting when the Missouri spent
three days In port and a bar own-
er on 11th Street right away rais-
ed his prices of drinks.
I sincerely hope these prac-
tices will come to the attention of
our C. O. and next time our ships
come In our shipmates will not
get robbed again.
A Disgusted Gob.
QUIT JAMMING, WHOEVER
YOU ARE
Fort Clayton.
Dear Mall Box Editor:
Please, please, please someone
come to our aid. I am referring to
the Armed Forces Radio station
at Fort Clayton.
Gentlemen, please do some-
thing to get that other station out
or off, I should say, the same
wavelength that AFRS Is on. We
enjoy all of your programs but
not with another station on your
frequency. Please straighten this
matter out pronto before we go
wacky I
Three WACS.
Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts
a following
Of prospects mighty fine)!
What's more ... ha signs
them quickly
On th dotted lina!
Vour classified ad wUI at-
tract a parade of good pros*
pects because everyone in
Panam and the Canal
Zone reads P.A. Want Ads
regularly. Try them now
... the results will surprise
you I
Labor News
And
(Inmment
By Victor Rlt$el
Whlto there'i no hitting like
Jackie Robinson's and no his-
trionics like Gloria Swanson'l,
these stars have a lot In com-
mon with some 20,000,000 others
who work for a living.
They're all going to smash
right through what will soon be-
come a museum piece, namely,
the Korean War wage celling.
Some will go peacefully, some
turbulently. But they're all go-
ing.
Some, like the ball players,
will smash through In the next
week or so.
Others, like the actor, later
this fall.
Millions will Jab through, or
hit the picket lines, comes win-
And one thing is certain,
wages are going up by the bil-
lions.
It's reasonably safe to
predict that baseball's own
Ty Cobb, the whimsical
bird expert John Hieran,
ami Curly Byrd. out of foot-
ball's "rush 'em and crush
em" days, the three-man
panel on professional ath-
letes' salaries, shortly will
bring in c report recom-
mending few salary restric-
tions on the pro diamonds,
grids and fight and wrest-
ling rings. It will all be up
to the big leagues and
sports promoters.
That report's now being pre-
pared along these lines.
And as this celling Is being
Jacket up. the Salary Stabilisa-
tion Board is getting ready to
dispatch another three man pa-
nel to Hollywood to see about
salaries there. .,_
Another good bet is that the
movie people will also be pretty
much left to their own bar-
gaining which begins on the
morning of Sept. 17 when Ron-
nie Reagan leads some J5 movie
union people Into the producers
association headquarters.
There'll be no celling on eith-
er the stars or the hundred of
lesser known player.
One Screen Actor Guild
claue will demand, for ex-
ample, that "the minimum a-
iary at which deal contracts
may be made shall be Increased
from $20,000 to $30,000 per plc-
"of eoure, that' life amongst
the stars.
Movie pay ranges down to a
yearly average of $1.137 (about
$21 a week as compared with
the old day of $1.25 a day and
a box lunch) for the Screen Ex-
tra led by my genial friend.
Dick Gordon. .._,.. .
Because of this wide and
unglamorous range of butter
for the bread ot the men
and women who make
movies, the Wage Stabiliza-
tion Board has not set any
policy for Hollywood as
it has for the rest of Af-
rica's working people. And
that formula says that there
will be wage increases of
one per cent for every per-
cent increase in the cost of
living.
But the labor leader, now
finishing their easy ummer
season, are ready to come up
with highly vocal demands for
much more. .
First of the leaders and
spokesmen for more than 20,-
pno.ooo working people will be
Phil Murray. .
It's now definite that about
December, his Steel Workers
Union will ask for something
like a $12 a week wage Increase
for 1,000,000 men.
His expert researchers, work-
ing hard in Pittsburgh where
they nevtr seek the spotlight,
will show that the price of food
alone has hot up over 13 per
cent since the first gun shat-
tered the silence over the Paral-
lel known as 38. '
Scores of labor leader will
follow with what they con-
sider evidence of a recession
created by the difference be-
twn price* and wage.
They will point out In this
ai- o- seventh round (they
now merge so closely) that
lnce the middle of February all
business has been hard hit.
So much so that for the oast
60 days not even the billion-
dollar a week defense orders
have been able to keep con-
sumer sale up to normal.
Last February, millions of
working people drew savlnas out
of the banks to buy heavily.
Then came the turning point,
and now the union chiefs say
their followers are so honestly
frightened at the prospect of
high cost of living that they
are shoving the money back in
lh banks agsln at an annual
rate of $30,000.000.000.
Hardest hit. business as-
sociations report, are the
durable goods such as tele-
vision sets, refriperators and
appliances. They reveal
that although the govern-
ment is giving them less
metal in these emergency
war production days, they
can't even use what they
get. they can't sell the
finished stuff.
Garment trade leaders and
businessmen tell me that almost
60 per cent of their workers are
Jobless or on part time because
the ladles' ready to wear field
Is virtually paralysed.
Aithourh all this Is the rea-
soning of the union leaders
many of them any they've been
In touch with the Industrialists
In their field and have found
general sympathy for their view-
point
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A BIO BAST-WBST BLOW UP over tha area in this map is predicted for San Francisco start-
ing Sept. 4. This is the area covered In the Japanese peace treaty, which the nations are
. .gathering to sign. Under the treaty, drafted chiefly by the United States. Japan renounces
all claims to Formosa, the Kurlle Islands and South Sakhalin, the Caroline. Mariana and Mar-
shall groups (held by U. 8. under UN trusteeship) and the Bonln and Ryukyu Islands, Includ-
ing Okinawa (which U. S. plans to keep under UN trusteeship). But Russia's Andrei Qromyko
is on the spot to throw a spanner In the works by branding it a white man's treaty, with
colonial Implications (the continued stationing of US troops in Japan, for instance) and so
tlr up antf-US feeling in the east. The fact that Nehru's India has already declined to at-
tend the treaty signing suggests that many of Oromyko's propaganda seeds may fall on fertile
ground, but the treaty Is bound to be signed anyway, ______________________


NEW YORK. Dear Alben Barkley, without
being asked at all. has Just announced his
willingness to serve as Vice-President for an-
other four years, delighting all us constituents
who seek stout timber as a stand-In for the big
man In case the big man happens to drop a
little bit dead.
Alben is a mere colt of 73 at the moment,
although It seems to me he was about the same
age when he got to be Veep.
I expect vou could call him ageless, since a
man Is only as young as he feels and Dear Al-
ben feels very frisky these days.
He says blandly, wiping the drops from
youth's fountain off his chin, that a man his
age Is as young as a man of 60 used to be, and
that there's all sorts of public service left in
the old chassis If only the public will give him
the whistle.
It Is true that Urns has weighed lightly on
the old Romeo's neck, because his most arduous
labor since his election has been kissing girls
and making lightweight speeches.
He got himself a young and pretty wldder-
woman for a wife, and has been the one gay
note In an otherwise drab governmental setup.
He has avoided nubile quarrels and holds his
bourbon-and-branch very well Indeed.
He Is a gentleman of fine breeding, consider-
able charm, and also considerable inability.
But Dear Alben will be a red-hot 74 when
office-running time come round next year, and
I don't want anybody that old as a Vice-Presi-
dent.
He Just Isn't a very good risk as pear carrier
for the next four seasons,
The lob of playing Throttlebottom Is a Joke,
generally, and you could eleot Gene Autry's
horse io the position and never know the dif-
ference except.
Once In an infrequent time of tragedy the
big fellow dies and there vou are with a large
lump of nothing running the country for you.
As I recall we Inherited Harry, who played
out the role of pathetic little man for the dura-
tion of Roosevelt's reign, and succumbed to de-
lusions of great grandeur a soon as he wiggled
In on his own.
The task of being President of the United
States is the toughest, meanest, man-kllllngest
Veep No More
By BOB RUARK


chore In the books, and no man Is young enough
and healthy enough not to be a candidate for
sudden death.
Presidents get shot and fall dead from over-
work.
The least we owe ourselves Is the Insurance
of having a good second card In the hole.
Barkley Is too old a man not to mention
his other qualifications to take over the Pre-
sidential reins right now If something happen-
ed to Harry, and the idea of having him as
running mate to Truman again is unthinkable.
He would finish his term as an official 78.
and for the next four years would be an even-
money bet to inherit the top lob.
We have had some awful narrow escapes In
the Vlce-Presldentlal department lately.
We may even thank God for Truman, since
but for a fluke Henry Wallace and not Harry
would have run the United 8tates when FDR
died.
In the event of Wallace we would now be a
minor satellite of the Soviets, and we Just miss-
ed it by a whisker.
Up to now we have always made a clown po-
sition of the backstop Job, and we have always
assumed that the man we elected President
would live out his term, leaving the No. 2 boy
free to Judge beauty contests, play Joker and
shine around at cocktail fights,
We assume It. and disregard the fact that
there Is an assassin around every corner and a
heart attach lurking In the eaves.
It seems to me that the Job of being Presi-
dent of the United States Is so important that
the Job of being Vlce-Presldent, Just In case.
Is almost more Important.
.
It demands the presence of a reasonably
young, healthy and able man. not Just a trusty
party hack who is being thrown a bone as a
reward for past services, or a compromise can-
didate whose best virtue is being Inoffensive to
all hands.
As I wa aylng I admire old Alben, and hope
he live forever, but I wish he would wait for
us to ask him before he elects himself to office
analn.
The pasture seems more suitable for the dear
old gentleman at the moment. _



Matter Of Fact
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
ATOMIC PIXNTT
WASHINGTON. If the Atomic Energy Com-
mission's experimental breeder reactor success-
fully passes its tests this fall, the eventual re-
sult will be to multiply by more than 100 times
the American supply of fissionable raw stuff.
Even If the fall tests go perfectly, to be sure,
It will still take a long time to convert inert
uranium 238 Into fissionable Plutonium on this
Perhaps five years mav be needed to complete
the current experiments, to design and build
large scale breeder reactors, and to get thee
new reactor into production.
Yst this enormous prospective increase in our
atomic resources is none the less a sound sym-
bol of the revolution that Is going on in the
vital field of atomic energy.
We may not vet have "the stuff running our
of our ears," as the scientists think we shall
later on. .
But even now, Improvements In weapons de-
sign and other factors are beginning to trans-
form fissionable raw stuff, once so incredibly
scarce and valuable, Into a relatively plentiful
military commodity.
This transformation, examined at greater
length In a previous report, in turn alters the
very foundations of America's post-war strategic
planning, which has been squarely based on the
immense rarity, the Incomputable value, of fis-
sionable raw stuff.
Because the raw stuff of atomic weapons was
so rare and so special, the former aim was to
use atomic weapons only where they would pro-
duce the maximum of devastation.
Hence the Strategic Air Force delivering ato-
mic weapons to the enemy vital centers became
the central concept In American military plan-
In peace, the power to destroy the enemy's
vital centers was to serve as the chief deter-
rent to agresslon.
And if war came none the less, the great
strategic air offensive was to be instantly
launched, in order to destroy the enemy's war
potential and change the balance of the fight-
There could be no question whatever of the
soundness of this concept, so long as the basic
assumption, concerning the rarltv and value of
flsslolable raw stuff, continued to hold true.
But now that this basic assumption Is ceas-
ing to be correct, the planning concept that
flowed from it must certainly be re-examined.
The broad lines of the re-examinatlon are
obvious enough.
On the one hand, the Improvements In wea-
pons deslan have produced an atomic weapon
using "sub-critical" quantities of fissionable raw
stuff, which Is adapted to use on the battle-
field against enemy ground forces.
Nothing could be more revolutionary in In-
fantry fighting than this terrible weapon, which
can almost utterly destroy any great concentra-
tion of men and armor and artillery.
Vast concentrations of men rnd armor and
aitlllery, to break the enemy lines by sheer
weight of man power and fire power, are the
very heart of Soviet Infantry tactics.
In other words, the perfection of these tac-
tical atomic weapons must be regarded as dras-
tically altering the balance of power between
the armies of the Soviet Union and the armies
of the West.
So long as we have these weapons and the
Soviets do not and for many technical rea-
sons this should be for some years' time the
modest force that Gen. Dwlght O. Elsenhower is
building In Western Europe ought to be capable
of decisively repelling the vastly more numerous
divisions of the Kremlin and its satellites.
On the other hand, the detonation of the 100
klloton atomic bomb at Enlwetok, and the prob-
ability that the even more terrible hydrogen
bomb will later be produced, also Increase the
devastating power of the strategic air offensive.
But the prospective change in the balance of
power between the armies Immediately poses a
new problem. Should this fearful devastating
power of strategic air be used immediately, or
should It be held In reserve, to be used only If
the Soviets launch an air offensive against us?
Beyond question, there are excellent argu-
ments for refraining from immediate atomic
attacks on Soviet vital centers, in the hope of
deterring the Soviets from using their strategic
air force and atomic bombs against the vital
centers of the United States and of our allies.
Our own defenses are Inadequate.
What Is almost worse, the British air defenses
are also grossly Inadequate.
If war comes, Britain will be the Indispensable
overseas base of the Western alliance.
And If the Indispensable British base can per-
haps be protected from destruction by making
our strategic air power a great threat in re-
serve, the pros and cons must certainly be
weighed.
Beyond, doubt. Indeed, the British will Insist
on their being weighed.
It is not the intention here to argue for or
against the revolution In our strategy that
would be implied by holding our strategic air
power in reserve.
But it Is the intention to suggest that the
problem is a desperately serious one. needing
much more careful exploration than the rather
gingerly studies now being conducted In the
Pentagon.
The trouble, of course. Is that the problem
Immediately raises the old question, "Who's top
doe between the services?"
This same question actually delayed the Ne-
vada tests of tactical atomic weapons until Ko-
rea gave TJie spur.
It is now preventing honest assessment of the
current needs of the Air Force.
But the time has come when tnterservlce fric-
tions can no longer be allowed to Influence
judgments of matters Involving the future of
this country and the survival of matters In-
volving the future of this country and the sur-
vlvsl of freedom in the world.
(Copyright. U51, New York Herald Tribune, Inc.)
PIAISON
a-arsBf>s*ts*-a
-as.
Draw Pearson says: Russia's propaganda is clayarly plan-
ned; U.S. Senators quibble over propaganda fui&s;
Hungry East Germans line up for soup and noodle in
West Berlin.
, N, RUTE THROUGH EUROPE. Europe today is a study
n rJ,sts -contrasts between East and W^st7conU.*e.
r?m^hTh^n(\,and the U-SA- Here ar* 80m acenerwhlch,
though I have left them, remain vividly etched on my mind
thrrf.!wi, 1 as 55"J ** you walk behind the Iron Curtain
through the bomb-riddled city of East Berlin you are struck with
men" hearte*0" plByed "P the tWng that *PP*ta most to
n-M "e everywhere. And between ever/ German, Chinese.
Czech Korean, Hungarian flag is the blue and white flag of peace!
Atop every pillar also squats the Dove of Peace a r5umD'
.,u"'J)y dove' a.lut'e t0S smu* and self-satisfied to sit surveying the
stark remnants of what was once Berlin but nevertheless a
constant reminder that the Soviet Union supposedly craves peace.
i the baae of..lvery Pular are featured the internation-
al words for peace "Paz mlrpalx-beke-peace."
.MHi. eF and ltT aga!? are rePetecl these words, the words every
soldier loves, the words every nationality can read and under-
.s tii iiu peace, T -
In telling contrast are featured the words of President Tru-
man, Secretary Marshall, Dean Acheson. warning of the danger
of war, warning that we must prepare for war.
K'Hii international propaganda at its most effective, most
deceptive best. ..
And despite the State Department's valiant though limited,
counterpropaganda, hundreds of thousands of the 2,000 000 young-
,teA" wno attended the Berlin youth rally must have gone homo
with the Impression that the U.S.A. was the big bad ogre ortha
world today, with the US.8.R. their only hope for peace
Scene IIThe U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C.: Senator Mc-
Kellar o Tennessee, aged 88, chairman of the Senate Approprta-
.ions Committee, is listening sleepily to State Department testi-
mony regarding Its budget.
George Perkins, aged 56, son of a J. P. Morgan partner.'.chief
of European affairs, and not exactly the Communist-type Mc-
Carthy claims runs the State Department, is testifying regarding
the need for more funds to run the U.S. Embassy in Communist
The Senators want to know why it will cost more nextyeaf
than last.
Perkins explains that the battle against Communism his. be-
come more intense, also that the embassy lost money lastvear
through the depreciation of the Polish zloty.
"Young man," glowered Senator McKellar of Tennessee,' "will
you tell me under what article of the U.S. Constitution or by
what law of Congress you have the right to go out and tamper
witn another nation's currency?" ^ .
It is this same Senator McKellar, using his deep insight Into
international affairs, who influences how much money the .State
Department can have to combat Communism.
Scene HiAlso The U.S. Senate: Senator McCarran of Nevada,
aged 75, Is listening to Assistant Secretary of State Barrett testify
regarding the Voice of America and the importance of selling tha
United Slates to the rest of the world.
McCarran keeps wider awake than his colleague from Tennes-
see. He even admits that Barrett puts up a plausible argument.
Finally, however, he concludes:
"I would hate to answer for the spending of all this money
to prevent war, when I feel sure war Is Inevitable."
Scene IVBack In Berlin: The studio of radio station RIAS
operated by the State Department in the western sector:
A group of East German youngsters have crowded Into tha
P.IA8 studio.
Supposedly Communists, and attending the Communist youth
rally, they want to see the radio station they have been listening
to across the Iron Curtain In East Germany. .
Before the microphone come various RIAS radio performers-
first a singer. She gets a terrific round of applause.
Then comes a political commentator who every night takes
gibes at Soviet operations In East Germany. Ha>tqo is gleefully
recognized by the youthful audience.
They know their RIAS radio performers as an American audi-
ence knows Its Jack Benny or Milton Berle. It's a recognition that
can come only from listening.
These youngsters are the future generation of German*
the kids who will really decide whether Commttoism staff or
gdes; who will light or fraternize with American boys In the war
that Senator McCarran says is Inevitable. \
Yet Senator McCarran, an old man of 75, who won:t hvi to
fight; and Senator McKellar, now 88, say the State Department's
radio program is wasted money, poured out on empty ether.i
Soviet Russia today spends $2,000,000,000 a year on propagan-
da. It even has 1,200 Jamming stations to drown out the Voice of
America ths voice which the old men of the Senate say la
waste of money. .,,
It appears so important to the Kremlin, however, that tha
Kremlin spends more than the cost of the Voice in order to drqwn
it out.
This year the State Department asked for a little more money,
to carry on the war of Ideas, but the old men of the 8enate Ap-
propriations Committee voted a cut. ,
Here is their secret vote to hamstring their country In tha
battle of ideas. McCarran, McKellar, McClellan ot Arkansas,
Bridges of New Hampshire, Ferguson of Michigan, Wherry ofr-Ne.
braska, and Hlckenlooper of Iowa.
Scene VA West German Youth Center In West Berlin: Inside
Is a line of East German youngsters waiting for soup and noodles.
The Communist food system has broken* down in the Bus
zone and they have come over to West Berlin. u
They know where to come because the State Department pub-
lished a pocket-size guidebook In advance telling ths Communist
kids where to find the West Berlin youth centers.
Around the walls of the youth center sit another groapr of
East German youngsters, bent over, their noses buried In maga-
zines and pamphlets. ,
As our party came In they did not look up. Dressed as Western
ers, we usually attracted attention. But they did not look up. -
They were reading, believe It or not, antl-Communlst litera*
ture cartoons depleting Stalin for what he really is, a war
monger: an illustrated story of Korea; pamphlets telling the ge*
nulne peace alms of the United States. ,^
It was State Department literature, carefully printed In' Ger-
man, illustrated by German cartoonists, telling the true facts about
the United States.
Obviously it was a story which these East German youngster
had never heard before, and it must have been a fascinating 'story,
for they drank It in like a dime novel. ,.
I visited half a dozen youth centers in West Berlin. y"V
In each it was the same wayCommunist kids poring over
our literature, hungry to know the truth, stuffing the booklets/into
their blouses when they left, many of them tearing the covers off
sc their Communist bosses would not find and penalize them for
having this literature the same literature which Senators Mc-
Kellar, McCarran, Ferguson, et al, now say we should curtail.
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
ITS A KNOCK OUT!
...the NEW CAR
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9 a.m. to 10 p.m.
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Box 195, Cfa'.un Je'ep'iont C/atun 378
'.i
DELEGATES TO REGIONAL CONFERENCE
ARE GUESTS OF CITY OF COLON
Delegate* representing 13 countries, who were attending
the Regional Conference in Panama City to study the toot
and Mouth Disease, were guests at a luncheon given Satur-
day at the Strangers Club by the City of Colon.
Mr David Samudio. the Minister of Agriculture In Pana-
ma with the Minister of Agriculture of Costa Rica, accom-
panied the group. Many of the guests were doctors special-
ising in veterinary fields.
Among the Colon residents who' The NCO Wives Club b plan-
attended were Mayor and Mrs. nlng a card party to be given
Jose D Bazn. Mrs Agustn Ce- Wednesday evening at the NCO
deno wife *?* nvprnnr of I Club for club members, t
of the Governor of
Colon, the president of the
Chamber of Commerce and Mrs.
Ernesto Estenoz. the United
Sutes Consul and Mrs. Charles
Whltaker, Mr. Manuel Castillo,
Consul of Haiti and Secretary of
the Free Zone. Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert Motta. Mr. Henry Simons
.uiroz. Representative of the
Agricultural Department in Co-
lon and Mrs. Simons. Mr. and
Mrs James Salterio and the Con-
sul of Costa Rica, Mr. Enrique
Pucci.
W Following the luncheon the de-
legates made a tour of the At-
lantic side and the ladles enjoy-
ed shopping In Colon.
Greek Society Honor*
Departing Members
The Board of Directors of the
Greek Society were hosts for a
dinner party given at the Hotel
Washington Sunday evening to
compliment several members of
the Greek Community who are
leaving the Isthmus.
The honorees were Mr. and Mrs.
Club for club members,
husbands and guests.
Canasta and bridge will be
played and prizes will be award-
ed. Playing starts at 7:30 p.m.
Announcements
WO and Mrs, P. G. Panagopou-
los of Fort Davis announce the
birth of their lirst child, a son,
on August 18 at the Coco Solo
Naval Hospital. The baby has
been named Richard.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harring-
ton, of Wilmington. Delaware,
announce the birth of their sec-
ond child, a daughter, on Satur-
day, August 25
Mrs. Harrington b the former
Mbs Merle Simons of New Cris-
tobal daughter of Mrs. L. D. Si-
mons. Mr. Robert Harrington Is
the paternal grandparent.
Mr. Harrington is also well
known In Crbtobal as he was sta-
tioned with Souadron VP 44 at
the Coco Solo Naval Station from
'47 to '49.
KiSS TOMORROW GOODBYE"
Latest Triumph Of James Cagney
Opening Thursday At The Central Theatre
Birthday Partv
Miss Ana Raquel de la Esprlella
celebrated her fourteenth birth- I
day anniversary with a party at
the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Eduardo de la Esprlella.
A social evening of games and
dancing were enjoyen by the
young peop!e. Those celebrating
with the honoree were: Mbses
Carmen and Zenaida .Torres, Car-
men Guardia, Aura Mndez, Ana
E. Chee Chong. Vanessa Bazn,
Cecilia Almengor, Cecilia and
Virginia Quiroz. Margarita Thlr-
wall Matilde Jan, Carmen Ble-
bara'ch, Shirley Krlss, Gertrude
Cerko. Mariate Meana, Mercedes
Troncoso, Veyra Remn, Cavel
Lampson, Mirta Chang, Alicia
Aguilera, Silvia de la Esprlella,
Messrs. Carlos and Diego Navas,
Roque and Vasco Franco, Kaiser
Bazn Toni de Reuter, Fulo Har-
ris, Eddie Chalhoub, Luis Pabon,
Herbert Guardia. James McMur-
ray, Darlo Gonzlez .Jaime Velar-
de, Tito Snchez, Eduardo and
Enrique de la Esprlella.
Abo present were the following
adults: Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Ve-
larde. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Mora-
les, Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Torres, james CAGNEY get* 'panned' by Ward Bond, as Barbara Payton
Ruth Link" Meeting
There will be a meeting of Ruth
Antonio Tagaropulos, Miss Mary, Link of the Gatun Union Church
Miss Helen and Miss Mav Taga-
ropulos and Mrs. Demetrio Ruso-
dimos who are leaving today for
Greece, and Mr. James B. Lakas
who will leave in the near future
to attend the University of Texas
at L'ubbock.
Auxiliary. Thursday evening, Au-
gust 30 at 7:30 p.m. at the home
of Mrs. Lawrence Chambers.
All members are urged to at-
tend.
, Among those present were: Mr.
and Mrs. Parasteva Constantine,
"Mr. and Mrs. Nell Hatgi. Mr. and
Mrs! John Constantakls, Mr. and
Mrs. James Siropes, Reverend
Germanos Psalidakls, Mr. Dme- I quested to be present.
trio Rusodlmos, Dr. Constantine I --------
Rusodimos. Mr. Lakis Costaran- Departures and Arrivals
gos and Mr. Constantine Droscu-
rides.
Cotillion Club Board Meeting
The Board of the Washington
Cotillion Club will meet this eve-
ning at 7 o'clock in the Lounge of
the hotel.
All club members, as well as
members of the board, are re-
jMbs Sonia Welch Engaged to
Cpl. Joseph Patrick Dietrich
; Mr. and Mrs. Morris Welch, of,
Gatun,announce the engagement I
and approaching marriage of I
their daughter. Sonia, to Corpo-
ral Joseph Patrick Dietrich, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William Dietrich
of Camden, New Jersey.
The wedding will take place on
Saturday, September 8 at the Im-
maculate Conception Church at
7:00 p.m.
No invitations are being issued
to the Wedding. All friends of the
young couple are Invited to the
ceremony, and the reception,
which wlil be held at the home
of the bride's parents at House
137. Lighthouse Road, Gatun.
.Miss Weich Is a student at the
Crb'.obal High School and Cor-
poral Dietrich is stationed with
D Battery of the 903rd AAA Bat-
talion at Fort Davis.
Mr. John Townshend left dur-
ing the week end for New York,
en route to State College, Pa.,
where he will enter Penn State to
begin his college studies.
Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Tagaro-
pulos and their daughters left by
plane today for New York. They
will leave that city by plane for
Paris, Rome and Greece, where
they plan to spend a year. Mrs.
Demetrio Rusodimos was also a
member of the party.
DeMolays Entertain
For College Students
The Crbtobal Chapter of the
Order of the DeMolay held two
affairs during the week end to
honor Paul Engelke and John
Townshend, who are entering
colleges in the United States this
fal!.
A dance was held at the Gatun
Masonic Temple Friday evening EiVen
Mr. Humberto Leignadler, Jr.,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Humberto
Leignadler of Colon arrived last
week for a month's visit with hb
parents. Mr. Leignadler b a stu-
dent at Marquette University at
Milwaukee. Wbconsln.
Dinner Party
For Affianced Couple
Miss Ann Leigh and Mr. Wil-
liam Cardoze, whose wedding will
be of social Interest on both sides
of the Isthmus, were honored
with a dinner party given Sun-
day evening by Miss Cecilia Her-
rera.
Cocktails were served at the
residence of the hostess, after
which the honorees and twenty-
four guests dined at the Hotel
Washington.
Police Are Beset
for the DeMolays. and Rainbow, jjy parking Meters
Glrb and their guests. J
I CHICAGO, Aug. 28 (UP)
^Saturday afternoon a group of Chicago's new parking meters
the DeMolays and their guests, posed a probiem for officers at
took a boat trip to Orange Keys,
aboard Mr. N. E. Parker's "Sea-
horse."
The group included: Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Albright. Mbses
Oharline Turner, Jackie Boyle.
Helene DeBoyrie, Jeanlne Nix.
Bobby Williams, Marica Garrett
and Marcia Rudge. and Messrs.
the Hyde Park police station.
Several meters were Installed
directly in front of the station,
where big signs proclaim: "For
police cars only!"
If civilians park there, they'll
violate the police signs.
If the policemen park there,
they'll have to drop nickels Into
the meters or give themselves
Paul Engelke, Carlton Croft, John
Fahnestock. Keith Moumblow, I ^aS^uSS^SSS
Bill Roberson and Benjamin Fav-
orite.
Affairs Planned
By NCO Wives Club SPENCERTOWN. N. Y. (UP)
New members of the NCO For years, residents here won-
Wlves Club at Fort Gulick. will dered why the three-faced clock
Just Ornamental
be welcomed at a morning cot-
ice to be given tomorrow at 9:30
in the tower of St. Peter's Church
did not tell time. The reason be-
at the home of Mrs. Arthur Cran- came clear when painters start-
dal, quarters 101-B. ed work on the steeple. They
All new and old members are found that each set of hands was
cordially invited to attend.
carved from one piece of wood.
Panama K^anal (clubhouses
Showing Jonighl -
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BALBOA
Alr-Condltloned
:IS *:M
Linda DARNELL Charles BOYER
"THE 13TH LETTER"
Wednesdaya\ Thursday "KIM1'____
DIABLO HTS.
:IS K nu
Bob HOPE Joan CAULFIELD
"MONSIEUR BEAUCAIRE"
Wednesday "HOUSE BV THE RIVER"
COCOLI
:ll 4:1*
t
Wall DISNEY
"TREASURE ISLAND"
Wednesday "HOUSE BY THE RIVER"
PEDRO MIGUEL
< \\ rdnt'Ml.iv
ire*. "DOUBLE CROSSBONES"
GAMBOA (Wednesday) "CRY DANGER"
G A 1 U N Dick POWELL Rhonda FLEMING "CRY DANGER" M|bl "HALF ANGEL '
MARGARITA
CIS li
John PAYNE Maureen O'HARA
"TRIPOLI
Wedmda> _SHOWUOWN"__
CRISTOBAL
Air-Conditioned
IS U
Viclor MATURE William BENDIX
"GAMBLING HOUSE"
Wed. A Thur. "WEST POINT STORY"
Mr. and Mrs. Alexis Vila Lindo,
Mr. and Mrs. John Brown. Mr.
and Mrs. Alfredo Remn and
Messrs. James Cain, Juan Puccl.
Harry Castro. Domingo Barrios,
and Fernando Aguilera.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Bailey
Leaving for States
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Bailey, for-
mer residents of Cristobal, now
residing at the Hotel Tlvoli, are
leaving by plane tomorrow for
New York City. Mrs. Bailey has
been a patient In Gorgas Hospi-
tal for two weeks and will enter
American Hospital for further
treatment.
Radio Programs
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Today, Tuesday, Aug. 28
3:30Let's Dance
4:00Radio University (VOA)
4:15 Promenade Concert
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00 Panamusica Story Time
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Master of Ballantrae
(BBC)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00News (VOA)
8:15What's On Your Mind
(VOA)
8:45Time For Business (VOA)
9:00Symphony Hall (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports, Tune of Day and
News(VOA)
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:15Musical Interlude
10:30Variety Bandbox (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
MidnightSign Off.
Tomorrow, Wednesday. Aug. 29
A.M.
6:00Sign On
6:00Alarm Clock Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15News (VOAp
8:30Morning Varieties
8:45Music Makers
9:00News
9:15Stand By For Adventure
9:30As I See It
10:00News and Off the Record
11:00News and Off the Record
11:30 Meet the Band
12:00News and Luncheon Music
P.M.
12:30Popular Music
1:00News
1:15Personality Parade
1:45American Favorites
2:00Radio Forum (VOA)
2:15It's Time to Dance
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Notes on Jazz
3:00All Star Concert Hall
3:15The kittle Show
3:30Collector's Corner
4:00Music Without Words
4:15French in the Air (VOA)
4:30What's Your Favorite
5:30News
5:35What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back and Lbten
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Songs of France
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45 Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00 News and Commentary
Raymond Swing (VOAi
8:15Twenty Questions (VOA)
8:45U.S.A. The Continuing
Revolution (VOA)
9:00Jo Stafford (VOA)
9:15Radio Forum (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports and Tune of Day
(VOA)
10:00BBC Playhouse
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off.
and Barton MacLane look on, in the Warner Bros, release. "Kiss
Tomorrow Goodbye," opening Thursday at the Central Theatre.
IN HOLLYWOOD
By FRANCIS. THE MULE
NEA Staff Correspondent
----o

BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
EN ROUTE TO HOLLYWOOD
(NEA) Coast to Coast:
Hollywood's gag writers and
comedy cartoon makers. I'm db-
covering on a 6000-mile Jaunt a-
round the U.S.. have brought out
the ham In sign painters at the
nation's top tourbt attractions.
Prize samples:
At Niagara Falls, where you
lean raln-*oaked against the ter-
rific spray of the American falls,
a water-soaked sign reads:
"No smoking."
At the Royal George, where a
rock hangs over the 1000 foot
drop to the Arkansas River, a
neatly lettered sign reads:
"Mustn't point."
Halfway to the top of Pikes
Peak beside the cog railroad
tracks, there's an abandoned
souvenir shack with a sign out
front explaining:
"Gone out of business. Bank-
rupt bv high-tax Harry."
The famous Pump Room In
Chicago's plush Ambassador Ho-
tel East Is known from coast to
coast as the place to dine In the
Windy City. Any day now I sus-
pect the Pump Room will be on
televblon.
It's 45 red-coated waiter*, re-
volving salad table, flaming
swords and coffee boy dressed
like Tony Curtis as a movie
prince, put on a better vaude-
ville show than Milton Berle has
ever whistled through.
Hollywood glamor note In York,
Penn.: A girl wearing an off-
the-shoiilder blouse driving a
soft-drink truck.
The growth of drlve-ln thea-
ters across the U.S. b astound-
ing. The big cities have them
and so do the smaller places like
Laramle, Wyo. The big outdoor
screen there rises just a few
yards from an Indian massacre
site.
Drive-ins are so popular In
Milwaukee. Wls, that one. the
Twin-View requires two screens
to handle its large audience.
There's a north entrance and a
south entrance, with the same
movies playing back to back.
Theaters once gave away au-
tomobiles and groceries to lure
ma and dad to the movies. Now
they're concentrating on the
kids. A program no kid In town
could resist had the boxoffice
jingling for three days in Ra-
cine. Wls. The marquee spelled It
out In Pled Piper fashion:
"Twenty five count 'em
cartoons two extras."
A drive-in theater a mile from
Atlantic, Iowa, has a permanent
gimmick: "Free pony rides for
kids."
big attraction, over a weekend,
at the main theater in Sabula.
111., was the moth-eaten "All
Quiet On the Western Front."
Eisenhower: Safety Of Western Europe
Is Guarantee Of Civilization's Future
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UP).Gen. Dwlght D. Eisenhower
has warned Congress that "the future of civilisation" b at stake
in the drive to rearm Europe and indorsed a "Federal Union" in
Western Europe as the long-range hope for global security.
Eisenhower's view* were presented to a Senate Foreign Rela-
tions Subcommittee which toured Europe last month.
They were macii public in a censored transcript along with
a formal subcommittee report on the trip.
From coast to coast, owners of
roadside cafes have found sales
magic in the word California.
Signs proclaim everything from ^e'n ^Uoe^Tn "pw'b""'by
California Hamburgers" to "Ca- **_..,.,. chairman Theo-
The supureme North Atlantic
Pact commander urged the Uni-
ted 8tates to provide Europe with
military aid to the limit of its
ability, asserting that "in my
opinion the one thing that can
break the United States and give
us nothing In return b to drag
this thing out."
Elsenhower's tatement was
made public as the Senate pre-
pared to begin debate on a $7,-
535.750,000 foreign aid bill.
The measure, already cut $964.-
250,000-below President Truman's
budget request, faced further
economy moves on the Senate
floor.
Stressing the necessity for
quick action to build the strength
and confidenceof the free
world. Eisenhower looked to the
day when "the Communist system
will begin to dry up and the
threat will begin to dbappear."
In their testimony, both Eisen-
hower and Gen. Alfred M. Gru-
enther, hb chief of staff, em-
phasized the role that air power
must play in creating an atmos-
phere in which European nations
can rebuild their economic and
military strength.
Elsenhower called fighter
planes "the best defense" a-
galnst any Soviet attempts to
make airborne attacks on
Western Europe.
He gave hb strong Indorse-
ment to the European union plan
"We are trying to build up a
force so strong here that the
prospects of a successful ag-
gressive move on the part of
the 8ovlets will be very slight,
and therefore the operation
will never take place."
Elsenhower said: "The future
of civilization as we know it is at
stake: and that is the reason I
am here. There was no other
reason that I could think of for
leaving the United States and a-
galn putting on the uniform."
He told the subcommittee that
the United States "has no ac-
ceptable alternative to helping
these 175,000,000 people (of
Western Europe) protect them-
selves, and at the same time pro-
tect this great bastion, this great
critical area."
U. Of C. Engineers High
In Research Funds
BERKELEY. Calif. (UP) Tha
engineering department on tha
Berkeley campus of the Univer-
sity of California ranked second
in research funds available a-
mong land grant college and
university engineering depart-
ments during, 1950-51.
There was $1,187.500 available
for research over that period,
' $55.500 coming from university
appropriations and $1,132,000
from other sources.
However. California's depart-
ment was surpassed by the Uni-
versity of Illinois, which had $1,-
779,273 on hand, according to the
Engineering Division Record,
quarterly publication.
A breakdown of the source of
funds at the Berkeley campu*
showed $1.017.000 from govern-
ment contracts. $34.500 from tha
state. $35,000 from grants in aid,
and $45,500 from services to in-
dustry.
lifornia service."
The price of billboard space on
the Iron fence around the White
House Is the big buzz in Wash-
ington. A contractor named John
MacShaln b remodeling the
presidential mansion. When he
arrived to do the job. he stuck up
hb eight foot square shingle for
all to see.
A couple of days later it was
missing. Then it appeared a-
gain. and it's still there.
Whether Mac8haln made a
contribution to the Democratic
party for the prize billboard
space, or whether the ethics of a
contractor's sign in front of the
White House was considered, are
two questions with no answers.
If you've wondered what hap-
pened to the good five cent cup
of coffee that faded away with
Inflation, stop at the Ranch
House in Canon City. Colo. The
owner, a rugged Individualist, b
still serving five cent a cup cof-
fee. Good, too.
TROPICAL
THURSDAY!
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RDFRadiodifusin Francalse ] movies as well as old stars.
The nation's highest TV re-
ceiving antenna undoubtedly Is
near Goodland. Kansas. A fellow
there has installed it atop a 400-
foot grain elevator. But the near-
e*t TV sending station is 150
miles away and the poor guy still
hasn't been able to bring in a
picture on his set.
"Jungle Book'' and the "Thief
of Bagdad," two of Sabu's 10- j
year-old movies that died and |
went to television, are back play-
ing the regular theater circuits
in the east and mid-west. The
box office report: "Excellent"
Proof that TV can bring back old
subcommittee chairman Theo
dore F. Green. D.. R.I., on the de-
sirability of pressing for a Uni-
ted Germany.
"Personally," Eisenhower said.
"I am very hopeful that many of 1
our problems would disappear If
thb whole area of Western Eu-
rope were one Federal Union.
"I believe It so strongly," he
said, "that I do not believe real
security Is going to be felt in the
United States, in the British Em-
pire and the other nations of the
globe until that comes about."
Elsenhower said the European
Union idea can be approached
slowly with "a great measure of
success; enough, at least, to es-
tablbh an uneasy peace."
As for Elsenhower's immediate
goal, Gruenther said:________
Hit By Tombstone
8AVANNAH. Tenn. (UP)Les-
lie Stuart. 9. was reading the in*
scriptlon on a tombstone In the
cemetery when the tombstone
fell over on him and broke his
leg.
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On "Stolen" Auto
CHICA OO, Aug. 28 (UP)
Chester Dober reported to police
that hb car had been stolen.
Two hours later he found It
where he had parked It but in
better mechanical condition.
Brakes, clutch and steering gear
had been adjusted.
Then Gust Jamy. a mechanic.
appeared. Jamy exolained he
had had an order to repair a car
like Dober'e. He got tne wrong
lone Jamy said there would be
no charge.
Overheard on the radio in Ne-1
braska:
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feed and then leave It alone?"
Television doesn't have to blush
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PANAMA, R. P., MARTES, AGOSTO 28, 1951
CINCO CENTESIMO
Rusia llevar a San Francisco su propio
proyecto de tratado de paz con el Japn
Miller condecora a Ulat
-**.
.. Presidente de Costa Rica, F.xcmo. Sr. don Otilio Cate, a
la izquierda, y el Secretario Auxiliar de Estado de los Estado*
Unidos para los Asninos Inter-Americanos, Sr. Edward G.
Miller, Jr., aparecen en la anterior fotografa en el Palacio
Presidencial en San Jos, el domingo, despus que el Sr. Miller
Labia presentado al F.xcmo. Sr. don Otilio Cate la Medalla
de l legin al Mrito en el grado de Gran Comandante,
eiecindolo por su devocin por los altos principios de la
Democracia.
El Canad ejercer estricto
control sobre todo material
considerado como estratgico
Es para evitar que la materia prima, sea utilizada
por los pases comunistas
OTTAWA, Agosto 28 (UP)
Canad hizo ms estricto su con-
trol de materiales estratgicos
tanto en la entrada como en su
salida del pas, para impedir que
caigan en manos comunistas.
El Departamento de Comercio
Exterior anunci cambios en las
normas de conceder permisos de
importacin v exportacin, enca-
minados a reforzar las restric-
ciones de embargo ya existentes
respecto a materiales estratgi-
cos escasos.
^Estados Unidos defender los intereses
de pases americanos", Edivard Miller
Definitivamente aprobados
varios proyectos en sesin
plenaria de la Conferencia
Presidida por el Ministro de
Hacienda y Tesoro de Panam,
Licenciado Galileo Solis, se ini-
ci a las 10 26 la sesin plena-
ria de la Econosoc en el Saln
de las Americas del Hotel "El
Panam".
El relator de la misma, dele-
gado salvadoreo Licenciado
Catalino Herrera, hizo una ex-
posicin sobre los motivos de
la plenaria, luego de lo cual se
consideraron los distintos pro-
yectos de resolucin aprobados
en el seno de las Comisiones.
Un animado debate provoc
la consideracin del Proyecto de
Resolucin Sobre Transportes
de Emergencia aprobado por la
Comisin III. al oponerse la de-
legacin estadounidense a que
fuera votada con inclusin del
punto segundo, en el cual se
establece que "se tomen en
cuenta las necesidades de trans-
porte de los pases y reglones
que se encuentran fuera de las
grandes lineas martimas y a-
reas e insuficientemente aten-
didos por ellas, v la convenien-
cia de proporcionarles, en el
momento oportuno y en condi-
ciones econmicas razonables,
servicios regulares y suminis-
tro de materiales y equipos ds-
(Pasa a la Pg. 8, Col. 1)
Fue puesto en libertad bajo
fianza el HD. Norberto Zurita
por la Comisin Legislativa
Fue el exceso de velocidad
lo que provoc el accidente
en el que muri Enrique Mas
El carro de reparto viajaba a ms de 50 millas
por hora cuando sufri desperfecto eh el volante
Los cambios en la concesin de
permisps de exportacin exigen
una prueba documental de que
ios exportadores saben a dnde
van sus mercancas. Los cambios
respecto a la importacin se en-
caminan a que el Canad pueda
asegurar a las naciones amigas
q' las mercancas enviadas a este
pas no volvern a salir.
El Departamento dijo que am-
bos cambijs tienen por objeto
"evitar cualquier posible desvio
de materiales estratgicos".
El trgico accidente automo-
vilstico ocurrido el domingo en
la noche en que perdi la vida i
el Joven Enrique Mas.de 21 aos '
de edad, agente comisionista,
residente en Calle 4a No. 18 en
San Francisco, se debi a exce-
siva velocidad de acuerdo con las
declaraciones hechas al Fiscal
Primero de Circuito por el Jo-
ven Nelson Albeol. de 18 aos
de edad, quien viajaba con la
vctima cuando ocurri ste.
Refiere el Joven Albeol que el
Joven Mas se aperson a su ca-
sa y le pidi que lo acompaara
a dejar a un amigo a su resi-
dencia en el Parque Lefevre, y
que al regresar tomaron la va
de Panam Viejo hacia San
Francisco y que al aproximarse
a las Calles 6a y 7a en los altos
del Golf, la camioneta que ma-
nejaba Mas comenz a darle
"shimmy" a timn del carro,
perdiendo Mas el control del
mismo, y estrellndose con un
barranco, y volcndose.
El Rector insiste en que se
renueven planes de estudio
y programas de la Universidad
Prdidas por 15
millones ocasiona
huracn en Mxico
CIUDAD DE MEXICO, agosto
28. (UP). El Presidente Mi-
guel Alemn orden la movili-
zacin' de paracaidistas de las
fuerzas armadas mexicanas pa-
ra socorrer a millares de per-
sonas aisladas por las Inunda-
ciones en la zona oriental de
Mxico.
Grupos de socorro se dirigie-
ron por aire, carreteras y fe-
rrocarril a la zona devasta-
da po el huracn entre las
montaas orientales de la Sie-
rra Madre y el Golfo de M-
xico, en donde los crecidos ros
han Inundado casi 15 millo-
nes de acres de tierra y doce-
nas de poblaciones y aldeas.
Alemn dispuso que la com-
paa de paracaidistas de la
Guardia Presidencial encabece i
las operaciones de ayuda.
Las medidas para socorrer a
las victimas del cicln que la
semana pasada caus la muer-
iPasa a la Fagina 6, Columna C)
He aqu la circujar que el
Rector de la Universidad ha di-
rigido recientemente a las de-
canos de las diferentes facul-
tades de sta, acerca de la
reforma de los planes y pro-
gramas de estudios de esta ins-
titucin:
CIRCULAR
Panam, agosto 2-i de 1951
Seor Decano:
En la sesin de la Junta Ad-
ministrativa celebrada ayer, el
Rector insisti en que las fa-
cultades preparen cuanto an-
tea las modificaciones indispen-
sables en los planes y progra-
mas de estudios de cada una,
para ponerlos a tono con las
necesidades y exigencias del
momento actual y evitar en
cuanto sea posible el recargo
general, por una parte y la hin-
chazn injustificada de ciertas
asignaturas por la otra. Como
en la misma sesin se acord
que se editen prospectos sepa-
rados para cada facultad y que
esto se haga antes, ruego a
usted presentarme lo ms pron-
to posible, con las modificacio-
nes acordadas, el proyecto de
prospecto de su facultad.
Con todo mi aprecio, soy su
atento y seguro servidor.
Octavio Mndez Pereira,
Rector,
En su declaracin, el Joven
Albeol dice que al salir del au-
tomvil volcado llam al Joven
Mas, encontrndose con que es-
taba cogido entre un lado del
automvil y la tierra. Varias
personas se apersonaron al lu-
gar del hecho y levantaron el
automvil sacando al joven Mas
que se encontraba sin vida.
Un testigo presencial del he-
cho, y quien vive cerca del lu-
gar donde ocurri el accidente,
el seor Samuel Jess Triana.
declar que l vio pasar al ca-
rro de reparto y que viajaba a
bastante velocidad, pudlendo
observar que las llantas hicie-
ron ruido al llegar a una curva.
Los peritos escogidos por la
Inspeccin General del Trnsi-
to declararon hoy ante el Fis-
cal investigador que las mar-
cas dejadas en la carretera por
los frenos del automvil indi-
can que marchaba a una ve-
locidad de aproximadamente
cincuenta millas por hora.
La Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente acord esta maana
acceder a la solicitud hecha por
el HD. Norberto Zurita en el
Sobre tema agrario
disertara' el da 31
el Ingeniero R. Grajales
El Ingeniero, Rafael Crajales
Jr. dictar una conferencia el
prximo viernes 31 de Agosto
a las 8.00 p.m. cuyo tema ser
"Esquema para una poltica
nacional agraria".
La conferencia del Ingeniero
Grajales forma parte de un
plan ya tradicional de exten-
sin cultural de la Universidad
de Panam, el cual ha sido pre-
parado por el Rector Dr. Octa-
vio Mndez Pereira.
La conferencia del viernes ha
demostrado gran inters en los
circuios agrarios del pais, ya
que el Ingeniero Grajales es
persona versada en estos asun-
tos, habiendo fundado el Par-
tido Agrario. '
1 programa de las conferen-
cias sobre temas nacionales que
se desarrollarn en el Paraninfo
de la Universidad en el ao
acadmico de 1951 y al cual ae
invita al pblico en general es
el' siguiente:
Viernes 7 de Septiembre a las
8.00 p.m."Intervencin del Es-
tado en nuestro desarrollo in-
dustrial". Por Jos Isaac Fbre-
ga.
Viernes 19 de Octubre: "El
Folklore y la creacin musical
panameos". Por Roque Cordo-
ro.
Viernes 18 de Noviembre:
"Consideraciones sobre la in-
dustria de Panam". Por Bey
Mario Arosemena.
Viernes 30 de Noviembre:
"Problemas de nuestro comer-
cio", por Camilo Quelquejeu.
Viernes 17 de Diciembre: "A
qu aspiramos los ganaderos
panameos", por Eduardo Gon-
zlez.
Viernes 11 de Enero de 1952:
"La salud de nuestro pueblo",
por el Ing. Pedro Gallndo.
sentido de que se le concediera
excaraelacln mediante fianza
que fijara esa corporacin.
La fianza fu fijada en mil
balboas, los cuales fueron depo-
sitados inmediatamente por el
HD. Zurita, en la Secretaria de
1a Comisin. Acto seguido el
Presidente de la Comisin, HD.
Heraclio Barletta, firm un ofi-
cio mediante el cual se le co-
municaba al Comandante de la
Polica Nacional la decisin de
los comisionados y ordenaba
que se le otorgara la libertad
provisional.
El mismo diputado Zurita,
llev la boleta al Cuartel, y esta
tarde se encontraba ya fuera
de la crcel.
En la sesin a que hacemos
referencia estuvieron presentes
los comisionado HHDD. Heraclio
Barletta, Demetrio Decerega,
suplente del HD. Arcadlo Agui-
lera y el HD. Pllnlo Vrela.
Al comenzar la sesin surgi
un incoveniente y fu que el
HD. Agustn Jan se present
a actuar en reemplazo del HD.
Lorenzo Barraza, quien parti
para Europ, pero no pudo ha-
cera por.fjiMi" se hbia pre-
sentado ^wmcltnd le licencia.
Tampoco, y por el mismo moti-
vo, pudo actuar la suplente del
HD. Mndez Mler, HD. Bernar-
dina de Angulzola.
Adems de los comisionados,
hicieron uso de la palabra en el
seno de la comisin el HD.
Quintero Celerin, quien abog
porque se considerara el asunto
a fondo y se decretara la li-
bertad del HD. Zurita, pero la
Camisin acord, decretar la li-
bertad bajo fianza y dejar que
la Asamblea en pleno resuelva
el caso en octubre prximo.
LOS MICHAS CELEBRAN
REUNION ESTA NOCHE
Esta noche, a las ocho en
punto, los Miuras celebrarn
una reunin extraordinaria en
los salones del Club Unin. El
seor Ignacio Alemn, presi-
dente del Club, no3 inform que
todos los miembros deben pre-
sentarse a la reunin, a fin de
terminar los arreglos para en-
tregarle al Orfelinato de Ma-
lambo, la contribucin del club.
Cientfica y uniformemente debe
distribuirse leche de la UNICEF
Pero los Estados Unidos han
advertido que el proyecto que
ha confeccionado es "final"
Gromyko hizo estas declaraciones al llegar a Nueva
York para firmar el tratado de paz con Japn
******
NUEVA YORK,,agosto 28 (UP) Andrei Gromyko,
Vice-Ministro de Relaciones Exterioras sovitico y jefe de la
delegacin de ese pafs a la conferencia de San Francisco
para firmar el tratado de paz con el Japn, declar al llegar
a esta ciudad que la Unin Sovitica presentar ante la con
ferencia su propio proyecto de tratado.
Estados Unidos, en una nota
Rusia fechada el 16 de Agosto
declar que veia con benepl-
cito que los Soviticos hubieran
decidido participar en la con-
ferencia, pero adverta que el
proyecto de tratado era "final".
Gromyko lleg a bordo del
"Queen Elizabeth" acompaado
de 31 personas, entre ellas
Georgl N. Zarubln, Embajador
de Rusia en Gran Bretaa.
El Vlce-Mlnlstro de Relacio-
nes Exteriores Sovitico decla-
r la Intencin Rusa en una
nota entregada a la prensa, y
rehus contestar las preguntas
de los periodistas, y
En la nota de Estados Unidos
citada previamente, se dijo que
los participantes en la confe-
rencia estarn limitados a fir-
mar l tratado o declarar por
qu no desean firmarlo.
Gromyko dijo que "el Gobier-
no de la URSS, como lo declar
previamente, presentar sus
propias proposiciones sobre !
tratado de paz con el Japn.
Esas proposiciones, natural-
mente, sern reveladas en la
conferencia".
WASHINGTON, agosto 28.
(UP>. Estados Unidos ha de-
jado de tratar con guante de
seda a la India y en una fuerte
nota el Departamento de Es-
tado dice que la decisin de
la India de no participar en la
conferencia para el tratado de
paz con el Japn es inconsis-
tente.
El Departamento de Estado
acusa a la India de estar usan*
do puntos de vista dobles en
sus criticas de ciertas provi-
siones del tratado.
Por ejemplo, l India ha pro-
testado porque el tratado da a
Estados Unidos el dominio da
las Islas Bonn y Ryukus, pero
al mismo tiempo pide que el
tratado reconozca las peticiones
rusas sobre las Kurile y las pe-
ticiones chinas sobre Formosa.
El Departamento de Estado
dice que esta actitud no es jus-
ta, ya que aplica diferentes
puntos de vista a casos pare-
cidos.
India tambin piensa que Es-
tados Unidos est presionando
al Japn para obligarlo a fir-
mar un tratado de paz que re-
conoce el estacionamiento de
tropa* .norteamericanas en el
Japn.
tn fcuanto a sto, Estados U-
n.:, ilce -"ie la IndU est-
mal Informada y qti el tra-
tado es justo. Ms an, Esta-
dos Unidos dice que las tropas
estarn estacionadas en el Ja-
pn para proteger las islas con-
tra "agresores probados".
Estados Unidos dice que l
no piensa que el tratado es
perfecto en todos sus aspectos,
pero "cualquier demora costa-
r tan cara que convertir a
las objeciones de la India en
cosas sin importancia".
Plan de Fomento Agrcola por
medio del Agropecuario estudia
el Sindicato de Industriales
Contempla la coordinacin tcnica de los distinto*
departamentos del Banco hasta la formacin
de sociedades agropecuarias
JPiden que se apruebe
proyecto de Decreto-
Ley sobre el Seguro
Un grupo de ciudadanos ha
remitido un memorial al seno
de la Comisin Legislativa Per-
manente en el sentido de que
esa corporacin apruebe el De-
creto Ley reformatorio de la
Ley Orgnica del Seguro So-
cial.
Dicen los memorialistas que
"la situacin actual de la Ins-
titucin, Caja de Seguro Social
despus del reciente fallo de la
Corle Suprema de Justicia de-
manda que se tomen medidas
para que normalicen su funcio-
namiento".
Agregan que "el proyecto es
de vital Importancia y que con-
sulta la condiciones econmico
sociales de los asegurados con
criterio asistencial a tono con
las pautas desarrolladas en los
pases que nos preceden en el
desenvolvimiento de este aspec-
to de la asistencia pblica".
El Sindicato de Periodis-
tas se reunir maana
El Sindicato de Periodistas
de Panam tendr una reunin
maana a las cinco de la tar-
de en el saln de actas del
Consejo Municipal, de acuerdo
con anuncio formulado por el
se.'or Luis E. Gonzlez.
En la Asamblea General tra-
tar el sindicato sobre el apor-
te de dinero que ser entrega-
do como contribucin a ia cam-
paa pro-Nacho Valds.
Expresa el Departamento de
Salud Pblica en comunicado
dado al pblico esta maana
La cantidad de leche en depsito constituye la cuo-
ta total asignada a Panam para un ao
El doctor Alberto Calvo, Di-
rector General del Departa-
mento de 8alud Pblica, en-
trego esta maana a "El Pa-
nam America" el siguiente co-
municado sobre los programas
de nutricin desarrollados por
ese Departamento:
"La Direccin de Salud P-
Dlica, responsable ante la UNI-
CEF por los programas de nu-
tricin a base de leche y mar-
garlna, cumple con informar
al pblico que el actual pro-
I grama constituye la primera
: experiencia que realiza la UNI-
ICEF en nuestro pais y que com-
| prende un servicio para 12,000
escolares y 3,000 pre-escolares.
Que dicho programa debe
realizarse a base de comedores
' establecidos en las respectivas
instituciones, sujetndose en
todo lo posible a las normas
nutritivas establecidas por la
UNICEF tanto en cantidad de
los preparados, como en el mo-
dus operandl del mismo.
1 La UNICEF mira con agrado
la formacin de organizacio-
nes comunales que trabajen
con las escuelas y las Unidades
Sanitarias en la distribucin de
los preparados y en la Incre-
mentacin de otros productos
alimenticios en dichos come-
dores, dirigidos y utilizados co-
mo complementos de esa ali-
mentacin y no como substitu-
tos de la leche. Por tanto, la
UNICEF exige un control es-
tricto de la distribucin de la
leche sobre la base de la can-
tidad por ella estipulada de 40
gramos de leche en polvo co-
mo mnimo, por racin. Con es-
ta cantidad se proporcionan al
nio alrededor de 14 gramos de
protenas de excelente calidad
Precisamente, por esta razn,
es Imprescindible que todos los
comedores escolares o pre-esco-
lares se sujeten, a cubrir un
programa para la cantidad de
nios que sea dable sostener en
estas condiciones. En otras pa-
labras, la UNICEF solo nos ha
enviado la leche escasamente
necesaria para un programa de
(rasa a la rag. fe coi. s>
El Sindicato de Industriales
discute en la actualidad un
proyecto de reformas integral
de fomento agrcola como fun-
ciones del Banco Agropecuario
e Industrial. Para este prop-
sito los Industriales tuvieron en
el curso de la semana pasada
una reunin de mesa redonda,
donde concurrieron los seores
Eduardo Healey Jr., vlce-presl-
,dente del Chase Bank: Luis
-------------------------------------------. Martinz, prominente industrial.
r iv 'Dulcidlo Gonzlez, director del
lOhrP \H IJfPflIVA Ban Agropecuario, represen-
JVMI l/ll CUITO tanle M gmdicato; Carlos Gui-
llermo Muller. vlce-presidenle
del Sindicato y Rogelio Rodr-
guez, presidente del Sindicato,
quien aresln la reunin.
El proyecto que discute el
Sindicato abarca un plan de
fomento agrcola para toda la
Repblica a travs del Banco
Agropecuario e Industrial desde
una directiva presidida por el
Ministro de Agricultura, depar-
tamente tcnicos debidamente
coordinados, hasta las asocia-
ciones de agricultores y gana-
deros con quienes el Banco no
debe perder contacto nunca.
El plan que preparan los in-
dustriales fue discutido ayer en
la Junta directiva del Sindica-
to, en donde se expusieron dis-
tintas ideas: unas que el plan
es sumamente amplio; otras
que por primera vez el Banco
Agropecuario cumplira el m-
ximum de las finalidades para
las cuales fue creado, al fo-
mentarse las actividades agro-
pecuarias en zonas adecuadas y
ayudndose a aquellas persona*
y entidades que harn buen
uso de las facilidades que da
el Banco: otras de que el plan
vendra a abrir nuevos campos
a las industrias nacionales, es-
timulando la inversin de capi-
tales.
En el curso de esta semana,
segn lo inform el Presiden-
te del Sindicato, Lie. Rogelio
Rodrguez, el plan de reformas
al Banco Agropecuario e In-
dustrial ser entregado al Mi-
del Seguro se pide
informes a Gobierno
El Dr. Francisco Filos, soli-
cit en la maana de hoy al
Ministro de Gobierno y Justicia,
Dr. Miguel Angel Ordez, que
resolviera la forma cmo que-
dar integrada la Junta Direc-
tiva de la Caja del Seguro So-
cial, en vista de que el articulo
vigente de la Ley Orgnica del
Seguro estipula que la Junta
! Directiva ha de quedar lntegra-
! da en una forma distinta a la
i aue indic el Decreto Ley que
fu declarado lnexequible por
i la Corte Suprema de Justicia.
Hasta el momento de entrar
' en prensa este diarlo, el Minis-
! terio de Gobierno no haba dic-
tado resolucin alguna a este
respecto.
Pnico en Mxico
causa 5 muertos
y 15 heridos
MEXICO. D. r., agosto 28
i UP Se registraron cinco
muertos y 15 heridos cuando
se dio una falsa alarma de in-
cendio que sembr la confusin
entre el pblico que anoc'ne lic-
uaba un cine de esta capital.
nlstro de Agricultura, Comer-
cio e Industrias, Ing. don Da-
vid Samudlo, una vez se le
introduzcan las sugestiones he-
chas por los directores indus-
triales.
A la sesin de los industria-
les celebrada ayer, concurrieron
los seores Rogelio Rodrguez,
Raimundo Ortega Vieto, Car-
los Guillermo Muiler, Dulcidlo
Gonzlez, Ant o n i o Gramunt,
Juan Pascual, Antonio Rodr-
guez. Enrique Guillermo Aran-
Enrique Alberto de la Ossa,
go, Severlno Parientes Seriz,
Guillermo Quijano, Edmundo
Molino y Alfonso Ferrer.
Necesitan obreros
en Cristbal para
empleo inmediato
La Divisin de Terminales de
la compaa del Canal de Pa-
nam necesita Inmediatamente
25 obreros locales con experien-
cia en la operacin de cabrias
wlnchesi para trabajar en
Cristbal
Todos los asnirantes deben
estar en oosesin de tarjetas
de elegibilidad de la organiza-
cin del Canal.
Los aspirantes el sector Pa-
cifico debern presentarse a la
Oficina de Empleos en la Ave-
nida Roosevelt No. 60 en Bal-
boa.
En el sector Atlntico, los as-
Dirantes deben presentarse a la
Oficina de Emleos de Crist-
bal en el edificio de la Crus
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Drew Pearson dice: La propaganda Rusa est planeado
cuidadosamente.
Hombres Inolvidables
; UN PROBLEMA NACIONAL
i
Como es del dominio pblico, el pas est pen-
diente del cumplimiento tie un tallo de la Corte
Suprema de Justicia en relacin' a un Decreto-Ley
o. re la Caja de Seguro social, el cual fue de-
clarado inexequioie por el ms alto Tribunal de
jhibticia de la Repblica.
En torno a este asunto el debate tiene dos
aspectos que convergen en un mismo punto. El
primero es de carcter tcnico y el segundo de
rgida moral administrativa. Slo acerca del primer
aspecto se ha producido una controversia en la
cual el rgano Ejecutivo se ha manifestado, en lli- q .
mo anlisis, a favor de la tesis de que el fallo no rCMQmetlCQnQ
puede ser cumplido integralmente, invocndose co-
mo argumento el hecho de que la declaratoria de
inexequibilidad no tiene efecto retroactivo en nin-
gn caso, ni en el que afecta fundamentalmen-
te en esta cuestin al Derecho Pblico, o sea
el mantenimiento en el cargo de (Jerente de la
Caja de Seguro Social de la persona que fue
nombrada tomndose como base un Decreto-Ley
que se ha declarado ahora que fue dictado al
margen de la Constitucin de la Repblica. Des-
de luego, en lo que respecta al Derecho Privado
ha irretroactividad es indiscutible.
Desde un punto de vista meramente objetivo
se llama la atencin acerca de la trascendencia que
para el futuro tendra la aceptacin de la tesis de
que los actos oficiales, que estn exclusivamente
dentro de la rbita del Derecho Pblico y que tie-
nen su base en una violacin de la Constitucin,
no deben enmendarse hasta donde sea posible, una
ve/, declarada tal violacin, a partir del momento
en que sta se produjo. Obsrvese que no se trata
aqu de situaciones jurdicas que afecten los dere-;
chos privados. Nos parece conveniente sealar un
ejemplo de lo que, de acuerdo con esta tesis, podra
ocurrir en el porvenir.
Si cualquier .Jefe de Estado tratara de alte-
rar la Ley Orgnica del Ministerio de Educacin,
por ejemplo, entre otras cosas, con el deliberado
fin de hacer remociones totales o parciales en los
cuadros del profesorado slo bastara, para el lo-
gro de estos propsitos, que el rgano Ejecutivo
die ara un Decreto para tales efectos, y aunque
st-j estuviese viciado de inconstitucionalidad, sus
oE^ccjcncias, de acucrcio con la tesis mencionada,
no podran ser remediadas de ninguna manera. Lo
que ocurrira es obvio ^al declarar la Corte Suprema
de Justicia la' 'inexequibilidad de ese decreto, el
Or airo lsjenuivo-r-pretendiendo no violar el fallo
alegara que las personas que fueron nombradas
antes de la declaratoria de la Corte Suprema de
.lii: icia deben continuar en sus cargos ya que el
fallo en cuestin no podra tener efecto retroacti-
vo, como i en este caso se tratara, repetimos, de
una situacin jurdica que corresponde al campo
del Derecho Privado.
Como es fcil comprender en el ejemplo an-
terior, el rgano Ejecutivo lograra siempre sus
EN-RrTA POR EUROPA.
Es hoy un estudio de con-
trastes, contrastes entre el
Este y el Oeste, contrastes
entre eite Continente y Es-
tados Unidos. He aqu algu-
nas escenas, las cuales, aun-
que ya han pasado, quedaron
grabadas en mi mente.
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3:30 El Capitn Agallas
espectculo cmico
3:45 El Cuarteto Mayo
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4:00 Noticiero
cortesa de los almacenes
"Perelra"
4:15 Entre Dos Amores
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4:30 Dedicatorias
5:45 El Concurro de Canto
El Gran Caruso
Cort. de Metro Goldwyn
Mayer,' Pan American
World Airways y Panagra,
y Coca Cola
6:00 Vibraciones del Aire
por Nacho Valds
6:15 Sucesos de la Humanidad
dramali/acin
6:30 La Novela Admiral
"Eduardo Arenales"
cortesa de la Mueblera
Casa Sparton
6:45 Drcula. El Hombre
Vampiro
dramatizacin
CorU de Autos Omphroy
7:00 Lucho Azcrrafa
y su rr*no
cortesa del Ron
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7:15 La Novela Camel
Lazos de Odio
dramatizacin. cortesa
de Cigarrillos Camel
7:30 Paginas de Amor
dramatizacin. cortesa
de El guila Imperial
7:45 La Voz Emocional
de Betty Williamson
cortesa de Rhoda
8:00 El Diario, de una Mujer
dramatizacin RPA
cortesia-jtle AJmacenes
La AurcWjrjP
H:lf Do, ranpftWPTjWrB iraema
Carlos M. Porra
y Anita Villalaz
cortesa de Max Factor
8:30 Alto la Msica
cortesa de Ia: c'tarrllle-s.
Lucky Strike
9:00 Mujeres entre Rej
"El Quinto Mandamiento"
cortesa de la Casa
Angellnl
9:15 El Capitn AgalUs
grabacin >
9:30 Los Trovaun--
Romnticos
cortina de hierro en medio
de la destruida Berlin Orien-
tal, se sentir impresionado
I>r la forma como Mosc ha
hecho uso de lo que ms lle-
ca al fondo del alma.
Por todos lados hay ban-
deras. Y entre las banderas
de Alemania, China, Cheeoes
lovaquia. Corea y Hungra,
est la bandera blanca de la
paz.
Encima de cada pilar hay
una paloma de la paz, un po-
co cordita y muy satisfecha
de catar observando lo que
ha quedado de lo que ana
rez fue Berlin, pero un re-
cuerdo constante de que el
Soviet se supone que quiere
la paz.
Y al pie de cada pilar es-
tn escritas las palabras in-
ternacionales que quieren de-
cir p a i "peace-mir-paix-
Beke".
Una y mil veces estn re-
leudas esas palabras, las pa-
abras que cada soldado ama,
las palabras que cada nacio-
nalidad puede leer y enten-
der, paz.
En contraste, estn escritas
las palabras del Presidente
Truman, el Secretarlo Mar-
shall y Dean Acheson, advir-
tiendo los peligros de la gue-
rra y pidiendo que nos pre-
paremos para ella.
Esa es la ms efectiva pro-
paganda internacional.
Y a pesar de la contra-pro-
paganda del Departamento de
Estado, cientos de miles de
los dos millones de jvenes
que asistieron al festival de
Berln deben haber regresa-
do a sus pases con la Im-
presin que Estados Unidos
es el ogro malo del mundo
de_ hoy y que la Unin So-
vitica es la nica esperanza
de paz.
Belisario Porras: Poeta Lrico
Por La Doctora Concha Pea
A travs de la vida y de la
obra, de esa seera figura de
la Democracia latmea, que
simboliza Belisario Porras, se
perfilan tres facetas que sus
bigrafos y panegiristas no han
estudiado todava con la aten-
cin que se merece.
Su culto a la mujer, a la que
estadista una Inmensa ternura,
una poderosa fuerza que crista-
liz en ms de una ocasin en
lricas entonaciones.
Por eso, acaso sin pensarlo,
fue poeta de altura.
Su produccin arranca de a-
quellos aos mozos, cuando vi-
va como estudiante de derecho
en la ciudad de Bogot.
Fue, en la entonces Atenas de
saludaba con madrigales de A'nerica, cuando sinti su alma
cortesana reverencia y a la que abrasada por el primer chispa-
ofrendaba siempre el callao ho- z0 fuerte del amor,
menaje de su tradicional caba- Y ue el ambiente en el que
llerosidad. I su existencia se envolva, lo que
Su fervor por el nio que fue! di ocasln a superarse y en-
objeto de su constante preocu- srandecerae por medio del ver-
pacin y encendido desvelo y I so-
su exaltado amor a la Patria I 5on de esta poca los mejo-
por la que luch sin tregua. res P.emas que he logrado res-
para estatuirla, para funda- calar del olvido, aquellas pro-
I mentarla, para engrandecerla y
| para glorificarla.
'Estas tres devociones tuvie-
ron siempre en el alma del gran
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ln estabilidad de los educadores panameos. La in-
dependencia de stos quedara sin proteccin aliru- ,
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a ya que el rgano Ejecutivo tendra en sus ma-11030 variedad rr.5.a]
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'.__. 1 _.,. 1 7 ... 11:30 Msica sin in abras
atentar contra la estabilidad del Magisterio, por- 1200 Buenas noches
que la Constitucin, de acuerdo con el argumento
que hoy se esgrime, sera prcticamente inoperan-
te para proteger a los educadores de las arbitra-
rjeJades del rgano Ejecutivo en el hipottico ca-
go planteado.
Se trata, como queda dicho en el ttulo de es-
te comentario, de un problema nacional que debe
estudiarse con prescindencia absoluta de persona-
lismos y pensndose en el prestigio de la justicia
panamea que lleva implcito la dignidad de la Re-
pblica.
ROYAL
LA MAQUIS So. I
en calidad de trabajo
ES ALGO FENOMENAL!
EL BARATILLO DE
ZIG-ZAG
Comienza Agosto 31
Es un NOCAUT!
...el NUEVO CARRO
que estar
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este fin de semana
SBADO y DOMINGO
9 a.m. a 10 p.m.
en la
AGENCIA
NASH
Cruce Tivoli Panam
ducciones que aparecan unas
veces firmados y otras ocultos
en el annimo en aquel papel
peridico ilustrado donde las
plumas ms selectas de lo que
fuera la Oran Colombia, produ-
ca.
All junto a los poemas de
Restrepo, Carlos A. Molina,
Diego de Urlbe, Eduardo Echeva-
rra y acaso de Julio Flores.
Belisario Porras public com-
posiciones magnificas algunas
de ellas, el doctor Mndez Pe-
reira, recogi en "El Parnaso
Panameo" aparecido en el ao
1916.
Pero no son stas las ms l-
ricas, aunque si las ms clsicas
y ms serenas, encarnadas en
bases filosfica, diluida* en
principios de moral.
El derroche de su fclsmo lo
volco en los versos amorosos y
sentimentales que dedic
cierta beldad que los conserva
celosa todava, de sus tesoros.
Un Juramento sagrado me im-
pide revelar el nombre de la
musa de ayer, respetable ancia-
na hoy. Al entregarme algunos
de sus papeles amarillentos pa-
ra que pudiera copiar los ver-
sos que la dedicara el poeta, me
prometi a cambio del silencio
que me exiga, dejarme esos
poemas como legado espiritual
en su testamento. Y escrito es-
ta. SI vivo para cundo a ella
u qiie erPrender el camino
hacia la Eternidad, abris el
nombre de esa dignsima seo-
ra, que debi ser espejo de her-
mosura y es modelo de virtudes
y piedad.
De entre los versos que pude
copiar se halla ste:
Te vi y te am.
y desde entonces,
siempre que veo
una mujer hermosa
erea t, la de la boca raja
la que amo en todas Us majares.
Si ellas me dieron besos de ans
(bocas,
tu encendiste en mi alma
a raudales, lux de calma
espiritual amor y poesa.
En su vida de triunfos y do-
lores, rosario eterno de espe-
ranzas y esfuerzos, la magia de
su palabra siempre tuvo eco de
poesa aunque no tuviera m-
trica y poesa hay cuando al
hablar de su popularidad, por
ejemplo, dice as: "He sentido
sus arrullos muy de cerca v tal
como la ola que va a besar a
la playa, ha tocado las fibras
de mi corazn que ha sabido
comprenderla y admirarla". So-
bre la virtud, tiene estas her-
mosas frases donde yo imagino
poesa tambin: 'Recuerdo
tambin las grandes verdades
escritas con palabras de fuego
o de luz en cada pgina de
nuestra historia: no hay liber-
tad sin virtud: no hav virtud
sin conocimiento, y ninguna
libertad ni virtud tienen nin-
gn ylgor si no se basan en la
esperanza inmortal". Y hablan-
do de los nios, dice: "Qu dul-
zura los nio! Donde estn e-
llos. est la edad de oro. Am-
moslos! Bella como la maana
del dia, asi es la maana de la
vida Ammoslos I Los nios son
las manos por las cuales nos a-
garramos para subir al cielo!"
Recuerdo otro verso suyo, a-
caso el menos preceptivo, pero
de honda emocin. Lo hizo una
tarde en la Isla de Colba. du-
rante una de sus Administra-
ciones, cuando fundara aquella
Colonia Penal que deberla ser-
vir, no para castigar a los hom-
bres, si para meditar sobre el
azul esperanza de redimirlos:

LA CHUZ
El mar, inmenso eofra
de mltiples tesoros,
beta la playa tibia,
orva ale arena y ara.
Tienen sus ensenadas,
temaras de mujeres,
tus castas, la risuea
verdor da toa vrteles.
El Cristo ana mi abuela
penda sobra sal cuello
cay sobre la arena
y fae aquello
motivo de algaaara
de cuantos me vean.
Se mofaron del Cristo
que dal pecho penda.
Y lleno de coraje
en ira inmergido
alce el Cristo de ara
y pregunt atrevido:
Decidme, entre vosotros
no existe un bnen nacida?
Por qu esta Cm bendita
a risa as ha movido?
Callaron todas. Mis aja*
del ealor del acero
retaron a los hombres
con infernal desea.
No. tenis en la rasa .
algn santo trofeo
que os seale y recuerde
un culto, un amor b un deaeoT
Un viejo me cogi el Crucifijo
pasa la vista a todos, la mir
y con temblor de labios
y aleteo de manos, le bas.
Despus, basaron todos
el Crista da la abuela
que en mi pecho campea
sin caer, desde la tarde aqulla.
Al cumplirae los nueve aos
de su muerte, le Invoco en mi
recuerdo como lo dibujara Ri-
cardo Mir "sa figura constela-
da de estrellas" y envuelto en
una aurora de eternas lorias,
para orgullo de la patria y da
este pueblo que con desborda-
dora uncin, le seal corno
caudillo.
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Surge la Unidad Nacional en
Gran Bretaa al fracasar las
negociaciones Anglo-Iranias
PAGINA TRES
Per H. 3. Sargint
(K.A.H.A.)
Lo que ms notablemente'
caracteriza los tiempos que co-
remos en el sentimiento que
prevalece entre los liberales,'
que son los pacifistas tradicio-
nales de este pas, de que pue-
de que sea necesario que la
Gran Bretaa desembarque tro-
pas en la parte sur del Iran,
no para obligar a Tehern a
ceder ante las demandas de
el tejer a los subditos britnicos
De "Bloomers" a Bikinis
No. 7
LONDR18. agosto 2f\ (EPS>. cierre de las illas polticas 7*", _Tr *,.'l;e
Al frara.ar v-rl-nt mnt. laa'..1.m lo. Am.inUta. o mi ', fle- '. PClSeniCiOneS
Al fracasar -aclentemente las
egoclacionts britnico iranias
Otsvcmezca la Gordura
II rordura arruina :i fura
** a* tanca alAcultad para remirar
1 alud an peligro, aaoontrara
1a* aa fcil pardar roadlo kilo por
la can al nuevo mtodo d Hollywood
llamado FOR1IODE. Nada a di.la
draaUea o ataroielo. Abaolutamtnta
ia palltro. Pida ORMOliK an n
'armara rarorlla. y amplaoa a aitab
salvo las comunistas-, a me- gr tSi^ffiKrTS. *,. n* u*
dlda que se avecina una cn^| ? $*J^C "S
nacional. Los conservadores*
liberales y laboristas han de-
jado de criticarse entre s y es-
tn brindndole su respaldo a
la poltica del gobierno.
Este respaldo se extiende mas
o menos completamente a cues-
tiones que no estn relaciona-
das con el Irn. En los momen-
tos de crisis, el ingls cree que
no es prudente oponerse al go-
bierno en a|gunas cuestiones
mientras lo apoya en otras.
La Noticia del Ao!
EL NUEVO CARRO
estar en EXHIBICIN
este FIN DE SEMANA
(SBADO y DOMINGO)
de 9 a.m. a 10 p.m.
AGENCIA NASH
Cruce lvoli Panam

mente se la da todo el mundo
en este pas, de que aun cun-
do un solo destacamento de in-
fantera de marina pisara suelo
iranio, surgiran gritos de pro-
testas '.contra uh abuso seme-
jante y se tildara a los brit-
nicos de "agresores imperialis-
tas", mientras, que Ja propa-
ganda comunista se aprovecha-
ra de las circunstancias para
levantar el. sentimiento :\ntl-
britnlco, no slo en Irn, fino
todo el Cercano Oriente.
El diario "Manchester Guar-
dian", lder del pensamiento
liberal en Inglaterra, se refiere
al tratado ruso-iranio de amis-
tad, de 1921, del que se supone;
les da a los rusos especitica-
mente el derecho a enviar tro-
pas a Irn si cualquier otra
potencia lo hace. Este ha sido
el punto de vista aceptado ge-
neralmente, pero el "Guardian"
cita el articulo del Uatado de
1921 que est relacionado cen
esta cuestin y cree que el
mismo dispone que los rusos
intervengan militarmente en
slo si una tercera potencia
tratase de llevar a cabo una
poltica de usurpacin en aquel
pas, o si una potencia seme-
jante deseara usar el territorio!
Iranio como base de operacio-
nes contra Rusia.
El diario dice que esta c!u-
RECUERDE...

lo.de SEPTIEMBRE
Gran BARATILLO
EL CORTE INGLES
PANAMA
COLON
SEGUNDO PISO
.....o en 1S3..'. la edad de la faldita con el pantaln, la primera dama a la liquierda es
una damita tpica de la poca. Est usando un traje de bao que fu muv popular durante
la dcada del 29 el traje de una piesa con faldita y abotonado en el hombro. Claro que
debajo de la faldita su pantaln un poco largo. Sin embargo,' ya exista una fuerte corriente
hacia la feminidad. Pero, an asi, siempre ha bit ciertas dama, que no podan olvidarse de
la. medias, inclusive Mis Amrica 1925 Mi*. Fay I.anphjer. En la fotografa la vemos u.an-
do el traje suelto y las largas media, que Isa jovoneita. del 25 ya hablan desechado. La da-
ma a la derecha no. mue.tra uno de los ms caros modelos de la poca, v los diseadores lo
consideraban como algo sumamente atrevido. Imagines, aue eon l so poda diferenciar la
cintura de las caderas! Pero la dama segua guardando algo de decencia y usaba media, con
este modelo. Despus de todo, tampoco vamos a cambiar la moda asi de pronto!
que se le pidi al gobierno ruso | cha clusula tena el propsito
que interpretase por escrito lo de aplicarse "slo en casos en
que aquella deca. Antes de que; que se hayan hecho preparati-
se firmase el 'tratado, se reel- vos para lanzar un ataque ar-
bl
Averell Harrlman por su pa-
ciente obra de mediacin.
Se dice que la delegacin
en Tehern una carta del mado considerable contra Ru- britnica, agradece su consejo
embajador ruso, en la que se. sla".
sula es muy ambigua, y agrega declaraba expresamente que dl-J E1 .Guardian" observ
HOY
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IMi vida
que
y ayuda. Despus del importan-
te papel desempeado por los
Estados Unidos en 1 intento de
no se poda decir con razn j solucin del problema del pe-
trleo iranio, los britnicos son
de opinin que los norteame-
ricanos se han convertido en
parte interesada en la disputa
y que estn completamente de
acuerdo con Ldhdres.
P.M.

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que esto se pudiese aplicar en
el caso de una accin de poli-
ca por parte de los britnicos
para proteger las. vidas de mis
subditos o las instalaciones pe-
troleras en Abadn, pero pre-
gunt il los rusos optaran por
interpretar dicha accin de po-
lica como una amenaza. El
hecho de que el principal vo-
cero liberal en la Oran Bre-
taa haya seguido esta lnea
de conducta tiene una Impor-
tancia inmensa y debe tenerse
presente.
Huelga decir que la opinin
de los conservadores est a tono j
con la de los liberales. En elec-
to. dicen los conservadores que,
si Richard R. Stokes no pudo;
hacer entrar en raan a los
Iranios, la cuestin no puede
dejarse en el aire.
El petrleo Iranio, constituye
un articulo muy valioso, tanto
para Iran como para, el Occi-
dente, para que permanezca.
ocioso bajo Marra, y loa brit-
nicos deben quedarse all en la
esperanza de que el transcurso
del tiempo ayude a los Iranios
recapacitar. Sigue rindin-
dose considerable tributo a W.
estamos desempacando
Escurridores de platos......
Canastas para guardar hueros
Canastas para vegetales.......
Paneras de plstico............
Paneras de metal..............
1.95
9.59
9.75
5.59
1.85
cmo SUAVIZA y
PROTEGE lo piel
dtl IEBEI
mann va nomo w
Repisas de vidrio de 1 tablilla .
Fitas d. vidrio de 2 tablilla- .
Repisas de vidrio de 3 tablillas..
Esquinera. de J piso*...........
Repisas de cromo con tablilla de
?idrio ........................ 2.98
Tablas pequeas para planchar
paos ........................ 1.89
Tablas de planchar de metal----11.95
Forro para tabla de planchar.... 1.25
Ganchos para colgar 5 hlnsas.... 1.S5
Ganchos para colgar 5 faldas.... 1.59
Canastas de metal.............. 1.95
Cubierta, de plstico para tosta-
doras ..................... t.15
Pantalla, para lamparita. de
noche........................9.80
Aparato de metal para papel
encorado..................... 9.75
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14 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDRPENDIBNTR
MARTES, AGOSTO 28, 1951
"El problema Agropecuario de Panam no es solo tcnico"
JLa (Suena f/ulricin
- Instituto de Nutricin de Centro Amrica y Panama -
Vitamina "D" en los alimentos
Los valores antirrr-quitlecs rt-1 explica el por qu los nios ere-
aceite de hgado de pescados
son tan altos que han absor-
bido la atencin del pblico s;n
tomar en cuenta que ellos r.o
gon alimentos sino que debe 'j-
marse como suplemento de la
aleta. Pero tambin se ha esta-
blecido la presencia de canti-
dades importantes de Vitam.na
D en la leche, yema de hue-
vo, mantequilla, pescados y en
visceras como el higado.
Algunos investigadores han
encontrado esta viamlna en al-
gunos vegetales especialmente
en hojas verdes aunque en muy
pequeas cantidades.
La presencia de Vitamina D
en los alimentos naturales es
muy significativa pues esto nos
cleron normalmente en pocas
cuando an no se conoca la
Vitamina D. Pero para los ni-
os que nunca reciben nlntfjn
suplemento de esta vitamina
deben hacer uso de esos ali-
mentos ricos en ella; especial-
mente aquellos que no tienen
oportunidad de recibir rayos so-
lares durante lardos perodos de
tiempo.
Cualquier suplemento de Vi-
tamina D que el mdico receta
al nio tal como Vioestcroi o
cualquier otro aceite de penca-
do enriquecido contienen can-
tidades exacta de un nmero
determinado de unidades en uo-
sls mayores de las preventivas.
La Vitamina D en los alimn-
- CRUCIGRAMA
1 2 3 1 4 5 6 Y 8 1 9 10 LL.
12 13 U
15 16 17 18
1 20
[21 1 23 24 25
26 27 28
2* SO 31
3 33 34
35 36 37
S3 39
40 41 42 43 14
46 46 147 1
49 50 1
Una Agricultura y una Ganadera
sin acceso a fuentes de prstamo
son como automvil sin gasolina"
Dijo el distinguido banquero, don Eduardo Healy,
en el Instituto Nacional de Agricultura
tos y en los concentrados es
muy estable al calor y al tiem-
po; y no se destruye con los
mtodos que comnmente usa-
mos en la preparacin de los
alimentos.
Se dictar curso
sobre maquinaria
Agrcola en Divisa
Enviado por la International
Harvester, a solicitud de sus
distribuidores para nuestro pals,
la Compaa Alfaro, S. A., se
encuentra en Panam el seor
Jos Santodomlngo, Inspector
Tcnico de los citados fabri-
cantes.
Es la misin del seor San-
todomingo ayudar con sus con-
sejos a los propietarios de ca-
miones, tractores y maquinarla
agrcola fabricados por la In-
ternational Harvester en el
mantenimiento de sus equipos
y a obtener de ellos el mejor
y ms econmico rendimiento
posible.
La Compaa Alfaro, 8. A., a
fin de lograr para los intere-
sados en los problemas de los
servicios de los tipos de ma-
quinarla fabricados por la In-
ternational Harvester, y con el
objeto de que se beneficie de
su programa de servicio el ma-
yor numero de personas Inte-
resadas, auspiciar dos cursos
para dueos, mecnicos y ope-
radores de dichas mquinas.
Con la generosa cooperacin
del seor Luis Palacios, direc-
tor del Instituto Nacional Agr-
cola, Divisa, se llevar a cabo
desde maana en esa ins-
HORIZONTALES:
1Preposicin.
4Paletas de los molino*.
9Apcope de tanto.
12Enredo, bulto.
13Piel curtida.
14Terminacin de diminutivo.
15Mortero.
17Rostros.
19Alaba 117a.
20Clase de tela.
JlDel verbo creer.
28Pensar mucho en una cosa.
26Bajo, despreciable.
27Partes de los rboles.
28 Letra castellana.
29Vocal. PI.
80Engordar animales.
81Preposicin.
32Escuela Comercial, Inlc.
33Capullo.
84Boca de aves.
85Con lana, Pl.
87Individuos.
S Piea de artillera.
89Indica menoscabo.
40Mrtir indio peruano-
43Trastos viejos
45Afresis de ahora.
;46Hace nudos.
.48 Autillo.
'49Nota musical.
JOSala de recepciones.
61Hoja purgante.
VERTICALES:
1Apellido espaol.
?Bulto, enredo, Inv.
8Del verbo romper.
4Medidas de superficie.
. 5Canal del Cercano Oriente.
6Animal acutico.
fTerminacin verbal.
8Minar.
9Regin de Austria.
10Adverbio de lugar.
11Nosotros.
16Estado llamado antiguar
mente Persia.
18Ciudad de Italia.
20Inclinado al robo.
21Inhumano, despiadado.
22Para tejer.
23Toros de raza.
24Extremidad puntiaguda.
25 Animales parecidos a los
ciervos.
27Instrumentos de tortura.
30Viejos, ancianos.
31Vientos del sudeste.
33Isla del Caribe.
34Del verbo pesar.
36Tuna.
37Existirn.
39Costado.
40Isla griega del Archipilago
41Circulo o redondel.
42Tejido muy tenue.
43Tonto, idiota.
44Baile cubano.
47Smbolo del sodio.________
SOLUCIN D~ AVER
pnni7,ri nnnra
nnnnnii nriiuin
nprcnmn nonoHO
ranrc hb noiiiu
HREUM MU j sutu
PIROQ DI iQBflHDE
nnr non
tltucln el primero de los cur- w
sos que estar a cargo del tc-inismo un instrumento eficaz en
DIVISA, agosto 24. (Corres-
ponsal). De gran valor agro-
pecuario fue la conferencia que
sobre el Crdito Rural; su teo-
ra y prctica, dict ayer en
la tarde el seor Eduardo Healy
Jr., vice-presldente del Chase
National Bank, en el aula m-
xima de la Escuela de Agricul-
tura, ante una concurrencia
compuesta por todo el alum-
nado de la escuela, los pro-
fesores, algunos tcnicos de la
Misin Agrcola del Punto Cua-
tro del Plan Truman que se
establecer aqu en Divisa, de
don Sebastin Mndez V., Ger-
man Oneagi, gerente de la Nes-
tle, el director y profesores del
Instituto de Artes Mecnicas y
otra gran cantidad de perso-
nas interesadas en estos asun-
tos. Hizo la presentacin del
seor Healy, el profesor. Hllde-
brando A.' Luna R., regenta de
la Escuela de Agricultura.
A continuacin reproducimos
algunos prrafos de la confe-
rencia del seor Healy, ppr con-
siderarlos de gran Inters para
nuestros lectores: "81 a cam-
paa que se est llevando a
cabo para conseguir el flore-
cimiento de la agricultura y de
la ganadera panamea tiene
xito, son ustedes quienes ten-
drn una parte Important en
el desarrollo de las actividades
agropecuarias". "El problema
agropecuario de Panama no so-
lo es tcnico, financiero, sino
ms que nada es psicolgico".
En este aspecto la campana se
est ganando. En el aspecto
tcnico, hemos visto en estos
dias la llegada de una misin
bajo el Punto Cuatro, que pre-
cisamente aqu en Divisa va
empezar su labor". En el as-
pecto financiero se est cla-
mando por una reorganizacin
del Banco Agropecuario e In-
dustrial que haga de este orga-
Santeos y Herreranos condenan
actitud disociadora en Chitr
Las sociedades cvicas Chitr
en Marcha y Comit Diez de
Noviembre, representantes de
los chltreanos y santeos resi-
dentes en la capital, han apro-
bado la siguiente declaracin
conjunta:
1No debe tomarse como ac-
titud general de santeos y
chltreanos la adoptada indivi-
dualmente por polticos que
quieren capitalizar a su favor
incidentes sin importancia.
2Censuramos la actitud de
Radio Provincias que, como a-
gente cultural, debi ofrecer su
concurso para limar asperezas
de los ciudadanos y que ponen
rfl
y -no lanzar al aire expresio-
nes hirientes para el pueblo
santeo, fomentando en esta
forma resentimientos entre co-
munidades hermanas.
3Como miembros de socie-
dades que no persiguen otra
En muy malas condiciones el
edificio donde funciona la
U. Sanitaria de Macaracas
. MACARACAS, agosto V.. (Co-
rresponsal!. El da 19 de los
corrientes lleg a sta proce-
dente de la ciudad de Agua-
fmalldad que el adelanto Inte- 'ule*', el distinguido doctor Vc-
gral de nuestras comunidades; tor Ludena Ontaneda, quien ha
y el acercamiento entre los h'0. nomorado por el Gobierno
yueblos. hacemos, un llamado nacional Director de la Un-
formal a todos los elementos
sensatos de Chitr y Los San-
tos, a los educadores, a las so-
ciedades cvicas, religiosas, a los
partidos polticos, etc. para que,
unidos n un solo haz de vo-
luntades sigamos la lucha que
hemos venido librando desde
hace mucho tiempo por con-
seguir que nuestros pueblos
marchen unidos, sin resquemo-
res que a nada conducen y sin
egoismos que no hacen otra
nico" seor Santodomlngo. El
curso consistir de tres dias de
clases principiando el mircoles
29 de los corrientes, a las 8
a.m.. y se emplear material
de instruccin preparado es-
pecialmente para este progra-
ma por la International Har-
a circular en el territorio na-
cional el dinero que, de otra
manera, forzosamente tiene que
enviarse al exterior".
"Las bases para el crdito _~ retardar < progreso
agropecuario fijj>tpm ^^^t&l conVpro-
humanos de la honradez y la jucentM
Panam, agosto 24 de 1951
la rehabilitacin de la econo-
ma nacional".
"Una agricultural y una ga
nadera sin acceso a fuentes
de prstamos son como un au-
tomvil sin gasolina; porque el
crdito, es el agente propulsor,
el combustible que permite que
hume
capacidad del deudor, ademas
del de la productividad poten-
cial".
-Me atrev a extenderme un
poco, porque tengo la seguridad
de que muy pronto tendrn a
su disposicin el crdito rural,
tanto privado como estatal y
espero que en los aos veni-
deros, muchos de ustedes sean
clientes de nuestro banco.
"Invito a cada uno de uste-
des para que como buen pa-
namea tome su lugar en las
filas para luchar en la medida
de sus capacidades por la mo-
dernizacin del Interior, por el
alza de su norma de vida, por
la llegada del dia cuando la
agricultura y la ganadera ha-
yan alcanzado el mismo gra-
vester. Tambin se exhibirn e[ agricultor y el ganadero pon-
pelculas relacionadas con |gan a funcionar su planta; que
materia del curso y que han convlerta unaa tierras que en
sido gentilmente facilitadas poi,SI n0 producen nada, en vege-
l Oficina He Relaciones Pu-M en reales, en carne, ^ue
Miras de la' Enrtegtda de losr, rWntan riquezas extrada
Estado'Unidos.
Posteriormente, se d 1 c t ara
otro curso Igual en la ciudad
de Panam, en los salones de,
la Cmara d Comercio e In-1
dustrlas que, atenta a los asun- \
tos que son de inters para el
desarrollo de las fuerzas pro-i
ductivas del pais mediante la >
aplicacin acertada de equipos
modernos, ha facilitado su lo-
cal para la realizacin de este
programa.
La Compaa Alfaro invita
cordlalmente a estps cursos a
los dueos, mecnicos y ope-
radores de tractores y maaul-
narla agrcola para cuyo be-
| neflclo se ha conseguido la co-
laboracin del seor Santodo-
mingo.
Celebr Sociedad
Chiricana el IV
el 25
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EUfcJfcJ IdUULSI!
aniversario
Con un buffet bailable cele-
br el sbado 25 la Sociedad
Cvica de Chiricanos Capitulo
de Coln) el IV Aniversario de
u fundacin. Asistieron varias
alegaciones, tales como el Ma-
gisterio Panameo Unido. C-
mara de Jvenes y de la So-
ciedad Cvica de Chiricanos de
Panam.
do de desarrollo, la misma Im-
portancia en la vida del pais
que el comercio exterior".
"Seores, los proceres con-
quistaron la independencia po-
ltica; a vuestra generacin le
toca conquistar la Independen-
cia econmica".
Al terminar el seor Healy.
fue largamente aplaudido y fe-
licitado, brindndosele luego
una cena en la residencia del
director del Instituto Nacional
elo[ que sostienen la vida de Agricultura. ^^
MINISTERIO DE EDUCACIN
CONCURSO DE TRASLADO PARA PROFESORES DE
SEGUNDA ENSEANZA REGULARES EN EJERCICIO
A partir del lunes. 27 de Agosto al lunes. S de Septiem-
bre del presente ano, se aceptarn solicitudes de aspirantes
a traslado para las siguientes ctedras vacantes:
LICEO DE SEORITAS: Una l" Regalar Interina de
Espaol.
COLEGIO "ABEL BRAVO': Una (1) Regalar Interina de
Estudios Sociales.
INSTITUTO NACIONAL: Una (1) Refalar interina de
Estudios Sociales (15 hrs.) o Historia Americana (II hrs.).
Panam, 27 de Agosto de 1951.
Manuel A. Rios, presidente de
Chitr en Marcha; Carlos O.
tnintere, presidente del Comit
10 de Noviembre.
En Antn inician la
construccin de la
Casa del Deportista
ANTON (por corresponsal
deportivo Chon En el cur-
so de esta semana se iniciarn
los trabajos de construccin de
la casa del Deportista en este
pueblo.
Este edificio ser acondicio-
nado debidamente para que los
deportistas antoneros dispon-
gan de una casa donde poder
laborar. De tal manera que su
construccin ha sido recibida
con bastante beneplcito por
todo el pueblo que agradece la
cooperacin prestada por el
Ministro de Obras Pblicas,
Ing. Norberto Navarro.
dad Sanitaria de este distrito,
en reemplazo del doctor Alber-
to Espinosa, quien, como ya
informamos en das pasados,
fue trasladado a la Ciudad A-
tlntlca.
Este Corresponsal que se en-
trevist en seguida con el men-
cionado doctor Ludea en la
misma Unidad Sanitaria, pudo
observar y por eso lo Informa
que sta no es una Unidad
Sanitaria ni cosa que se pa-
rezca; es un edificio que ms
bien parece una tienda con
muchas puertas alrededor, sin
cielo raso, sin agua y sin ser-
vicios higinicos. Carece de re-
frigeradora, de escritorios, de
vitrinas para conservar las me-
dicinas y solo existen unos en-
seres en psimas condiciones,
Incluyendo la mquina de es-
cribir que no sirve.
Se est trabajando para a-
condlclonar el local, para que
el Departamento de Salud Pu-
blica provea cuanto antea de
todo lo que necesita una Uni-
dad Sanitaria, porque sin ma-
teriales no puede trabajar el
mdico. Corremos traslado al
Excmo. seor Presidente de la
Repblica, don Alcibades Aro-
semena y al seor Ministro de
Trabajo. Previsin Social y Sa-
lud Pblica para que se Inte-
resen por este lugar, en donde
se necesita tambin una en-
fermera graduada.
Podemos Informar tambin
que el doctor Victor Ludea
Ontaneda viene animado de la
mejor voluntad por llenar su
cometido, y le pedimos al De-
partamento de Salud Pblica
que l deje entre nosotros in-
definidamente porque tenemos
la seguridad que su labor en
bien de la comunidad ser efi-
ciente. El pueblo de Macaraca
lo ha recibido con los brazos
abiertos.
Padres de familia se
resisten enviar sus
hijos a una escuela
RIO GRANDE, agosto 24.
Memorial con cien firmas en-
viaron los moradores de Ga-
rlcln al Ministerio de Educa-
cin, protestando por el tras-
lado de la escuela a Clruelito.
El Club de Padres de Familia
recomend abstenerse a man-
dar aus hijos a la escuela, has-
ta tanto el Ministerio no les
resuelva el memorial satisfac-
toriamente. Agradezco la pu-
blicacin.
Alfonso Castillero.
Eczema. Mozos
Desaparecen mi un
Fcil Mtodo
B piel lien e*M M millonee de poro
donde ee eecondtn l fermenea que
r.irnnn terrible Plcuon, Rajaduras de ,
la Piel, K<-*m. Ardor, Deapelleja-
mleatoa, Acn, erupcin da a piel,
narro?. etc. 14* medicina ordinaria
dan alivio nice
porqii no matan
1
aon lo germen
dan alivio tan J eaiiae. del Mal que
.'.
descubrimiento.
y dar un
clara, v_y trelopl
una aeman.
aTESa verto-de-k-
. NlKdrm, 1 aiMvo
>. mata lo *rien
en poco minuto y Ara un piel
15
con
una aman*. Pida Nlxerm
farmacia, fcoy. lama. T **?
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NO TIENE UD. ELECTRICIDAD?
No se preocupe, con un Radio Ingls >- batera
seca, puede.yd. ahora escuchar sus emisoras fa-
voritas, locales y de ultramar.


So acaba de llegar un pequeo embarque
obtenibles en Club de Entrega al Suscribirse.
MUEBLERA casa sparton
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CALIDONIA
Je Se ROYAL
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dt confame a Id mujer..
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dientes ese esplendor ...
para ayudar a conservarlos
sanos... y dar frescura
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pues limpia
mucho mejor!
Y por su sabor diferente
ms grato ms refrescante
usted preferir siempre I.'
Pasta DentsJ lpana. Usis hoy?
Recuerde: ln I araveneien
de la carta ningn dent-
frico ha podido probar a>
m afielante qua ipei,.
EUROPA y COSTA RICA
Ahora la KLM tiene un lervicio mas de Paiam a toda Europa y Costa
Rica. Los aviones para Europa salen todos los martes, mircoles y domin-
fos de Tocumen. El martes hay conexin inmediata en Curazao con el
avin transatlntico para Europa. Los aviones para Costa Rica saleti los
martes, jueves y dominios, a las 11.50 de la maana.
Quizs sea esto para muchas personas un motivo de pasar unas semanal
de vacaciones bien merecidas en las hermosas afueras de San Jos.
Tarifa da vuelta
Panam-San Jos
(vlida por 60 dias)
$
45
Tarifa ida vuelta
Panam-Pars
$
894
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MARTES, AGOSTO 20, 1951
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA CINCO
Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
IKeda

ccion
Social
de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Telfono 3-105 HORAS: t:M a 10:01 a.m. Apartado 134
Recepcin de Panam en Oran Bretaa, fecha el noveno aniversario de
El Excelentsimo Seor Preal- doctor Juan R. Morales y seo- su matrimonio,
dente de la Repblica. Don Al- ra doa Leticia de Morales, el
elbiadea Arosemena v su dis-
tinguida esposa doa Hellodou.
A. de Arosemena, han enviado
invitaciones para la recepcin
que en honor de las Delegacio-
nes a la Segunda Sesin Extra-
ordinaria del Consejo Inter-
amerlcano. Econmico y Social
de la Organizacin de los Esta-
dos Americanos, ofrecern en
el Palacio Presidencial el Jueves
30 de Agosto de 5.30 p.m. a 7.30
p.m.
Cocktail
En honor de S.E. el Ministro
ELIMINE
US CANAS
"ACEITE VEGETAL
MEXICANO PERFUMADO"
Devuelve a lo cabellos su
primitivo color, hayan sido
estos rubios, castaos
O negros.
No es nocivo No mancha
Es un produoto de calidad.
PREMIADO EN VARIAS
EXPOSICIONES
Kor don Alexander Henry
utter Hermann, Primer secre-
tario y cnsul de la Legacin
de Oran Bretaa en Panam
T es el Club Unin
En honor de la seorita Vll-
> su seora dona Possle de Her-: ma Trevia, quien contraer ma-
mann. ofrecern maana mir-
coles de 5.30 p.m. a 7.00 p.m.
un cocktail en la sede de la Le-
gacin.
Cocktail
1 seor don Jasper M. Lead-
bluer, Primer Secretarlo de la
Legacin de Oran Breua en
Panam, y su seora doa
Anna Lisa de Leadbitter, ofre-
cieron ayer un cocktail en u
residencia para agasajar al se-
trimonlo prximamente con el
seor Albert H. Husted, las se-
oritas Edith Caries y Cuqul
Boyd ofrecieron aver en el
Club Unin un esplndido t.
Asisti adems un numeroso
grupo de sus amistades.
De Centro Amrica
Presentamos nuestro cordial
: saludo de bienvenida a S.E. el
or don Norman Zlmmern Jefe | Ministro de Guatemala en Pa-
nam, Licenciado Osear Ben-
tez Bone y su distinguida seo-
ra doa Elisa P. de Benltez, j
quienes acompaados de sus i
nios han regresado de su tem-
porada pasada en Guatemala.
del Servicio Latino Americano
de la B.B.C. de Londres, quien
se encuentra pasando una corta
temporada en la capital, hus-
ped del Hotel El Panam.
Cocktail
El sefior don Manuel caldc- Regres de San Jos, Costa
ron y su distinguida seora do- Rica,- en donde naso unos das
fia Constance de Caldern, de recreo el seor Euseblo A
ofrecern esta noche un elegan- Gonzlez. Lo saludamos
te cocktail. Ha sido Invitado
un numeroso grupo de sus --------
amistades.
Huspedes de Agencia de Viajes Tfvoli
El seor don Carlos de Jann II y don Arturo .Muller A., directores de la Agenda de Viajes
'Tivoll'', ofrecieron anociie un cucktall party en honor ue disllnguluos visitantes. En la fo-
tografa aparecen de Itaalerda a derecha: Domino Lopes de Lara, representante de la Ameri-
can Airlines en Mxico; Melvln D. Miller, Vice-Presidente de la American Airlines; Arven H.
Saunticis, Gerente de la American Airlines en Miami; seores Carlos de Jann II ? Arturo
Muller A., directores de U Agencia de Viajes "Tivoll"; Douglaa StOckdale, Gerente de la Trans-
World Airlines en Mxico y Centro Amrica; Don Camilo Qnelquejeu y Jack Mulitas, Director
de Ventas de la American Airlines en Mxico.
Para Sur Amrica
Cocktail ,
El seor don Joaqun J. Va-1
bel E. de Vallarlno, un cocktail
con motivo de celebrar en esa
4
PERMANECER CERRADA TODO EL
DA MAANA MIRCOLES
POR INVENTARIO
FELIX B. MADURO, S. A.
Avenida Tfvoli No. 6
Grato paseo le deseamos a la
Rf Z'Urtri 7onrpia-
ran maana mircoles en la re- una emporada vlsUandoTsut
sidencla de sus padres, el Dr. J. fom|ii.re
J. Vallarlno y seora doa lsa- _____
Para Centro Amrica
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en Panam, como
husped de doa Julia Q. de
Lpez, regresa hoy a Managua,
Nicaragua, lugar de su residen-
cia, la seora doa MercediU
A. de Romn Reyes. Muy feliz
viaje le deseamos.
Del Club Interamericano
de Mujeres
El prximo viernes 31 de
Agosto a las 10.00 de la maa-
na, tendr lugar en el Club Je
la Armada y de la Marina en
Fuerte Amador, una Importan-
te reunin del Comit de Hos-
pitalidad del Club Interameri-
cano de Mujeres. Se suplica la
puntual asistencia.
Nuestra SUCURSAL Solamente
(en la Avenida Tvoli)
CALVIO Y ROQUER
ARQUITECTOS INGENIEROS CONTRATISTAS
EXPERIENCIA o RAPIDEZ
o ECONOMA BUEN ACABADO
Es lo que Is ofrecemos para su proyecto
ds construccin.
Permtanos someteris nuestro presupues-
to o croquis sin compromiso de su parte.
Oficina en edificio Vilfanueva y Tejeira.
Calle 15 Este No. 2 Tels. 2-0540, 2-0543
JOSE' F. CALVIO RICARDO ROQUER
Arquitecto Ingeniero Civil
Funcin a Beneficio de la Sala
H del Hospiai Santo Toms
"Las Siete' tiene el gusto de
invitar al pblico en general, a
deleitarse con su ltima pre-
sentacin que estrenan esta
noche a las ocho en el Teatro
Central a beneficio de la -ala
H del Hospital Santo Toms.
El magnifico Conjunto Musical
de Spinella las acompaar.
Cambio de Residencia
El Encargado de Negocios del
Brasil en Panam, seor don
Osvaldo Brrelo e Silva y se-
ora doa Hanah de Barreto e
Silva, han trasladado su resi-
dencia a la Calle 41 No. l. te-
lfono 3-4569. en donde se po-
nen a las rdenes de sus nu-
merosas amistades.
> *B*r--r
M- a
Advenimiento
Felicitamos cordlalmente al
seor Jos Antonio Ruis y seo-
ra Judith de Ruiz, por el feliz
arribo de una linda nlita en
la Clnica San Fernando.
Abandonan el Hospital
Despus de haber pasado va-
rios das recluida en el Hospital
Santo Toms, se encuentra de
nuevo en su residencia la se-
orita Catalina Jimnez, Nos
Sita. Marta Arlas Velasquez
Sr. Ral R. Orlllac
Dr. Alejandro Vasquez.
Sr. Ivn J. Alfaro
Agasajo de Despedida
En honor de la seorita Celia
Dtalos, quien sigui a Quilo
Ecuador, en viaje de vacaciones,
un grupo de sus amigas le
ofrecieron hace unos dias en la
residencia de la seora Merce-
des D. de Mndez un agasajo.
Asistieron las seoras Ana Te-
resa C. de Olmos, Delia Marlt.
A. de Daly. Luz Amrica D. de
Barrios, Oriselda C. de Puleyo,
Vlelka P. de Querr, Carolina
a. de Delgado, Zhlra V. de Es-
en el dia de ayer.
Nuestras felicitaciones muy
sinceras.
pino y las seoritas. Rosita Lo-
ry. Olga Kwal Ben, Dalys pe-
ralta, Argentina Patino, Merce-
des Aldana, Judith Gonzlez,
Catalina Melsis y Sarita Avila.
Despedida de Soltera
Para despedir de su vida de
soltera a la gentjl seorita Ste-
lla Stanziola, un grupo de sus,
amistades le obsequi con un i era tenerle, nuevamente entre
buffet en el Hotel El Panam i nosotros.
Bienvenida
Saludamos complacidos a la
gentil seorita Gladys Tovar
quien regres de Boquete des-
pus de una corta temporada ds
vacaciones. Nos place sobrema-
Actualidad Argentina

LA PRIMERA MUJER EN AMERICA QUE
RESPALDADA POR SU OBRA ES ELEVADA
AL SEGUNDO PUESTO DE LA NACIN
e Por la Doctora CONCHA PEftA e
La mas cmoda, la ms tuare de Us
toallas sanitarias. No bay nada como
Modeu.
"-* $OrWtim^OrUwH
ES ALGO FENOMENAL!
EL BARATILLO DE
ZIG-ZAG
Comienza Agosto 31
L
GRANDE,
HERMOSO
VASO RUB REAL
Incluido NICAMENTE ton
HOJUELAS DE AVENA
3 MINUTOS
a. Margarita Vsquei Q.
Quince aos! Edad sonada.
Per el sendero sonrosado de la
ilusin llega hoy a' Jardn de
policromas, ensueos y quinte- <
ras para realizarlo con la fra-
gancia de sus virtudes.
Por este magno acontecimien-
to nos es grato felicitar a h.
muy agraciada, inteligente y es-
tudiosa Margarita y a sue
amantsimos padres Sr. Claudio
Vsquei V. Director del Primer
Ciclo Secundarlo de Chitr y U
muy culta educadora Sra. Mar-
garita Q. de Vsques pidiendo
al Cielo un paraso eterno dt
venturas para que more en l.
alegramos.
Abandon la maternidad del
Hospital Panam acompaada
de su hermoso recin nacido,
la seora doa Zita de Obaldie
de Anguizola. Una vez ms felt.
citamos a los dichosos padres.
*&VWL MfOS riqumot pudinat qum M
punden prporpr en un santiamn...
Cfe VJHIOI


So los agrego lache,
a cecinan uno S minutos. Eso Ot todo I
BRILLO?
Ni l#6 NHIClrM pMfff HMI IDO!
caros brillan moi quo CUTIX
Sola Cotas, contiene "ename-
Inn*. no* f OMraTlIioao
ingrediente ene conaerra el
brilla en Ut ota* por dia*
f dias. alo enrielen*, des-
prenderte o deeceloraraa.
AHORA Lapis leMal Cotes saate.
perdnale. PreeU a ioi Ubi.., alqaittta
eeaaein, atractiio iaolridable. En eaelcei
aja* eembinan arauoarinuaarate cua el
ca ai te Cutes para li
II
-amalle fmrn u*> m populmr del mnndn.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Celebran n esta fecha 18
aos de casados el seor Ro-
berto M. Castillo Prez y seo-
ra Flor de Maria R. de casti-
llo. Los felicitamos muy cor-
dialmente.
U receta
I infalible,
i interviene
ROYAL
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Flora Bnedettl de Chia-
rl.
8ra. Judith Navarro de Alfaro
Sra. Maria Alejandra Rosa-
nia de Vergara
Sra. Rosa Brenes de Quintero
Sita. Shirley Smith Persons
fr. Fran Morrice Jr.
Sr. Manuel Antonio Eskildsen
Sr. Agustn Gonzlez
Nio Eduardo Arango Arlas
Nia Elena Sosa Bermdez
Nio Horacio E. Agulrre
Joven Pacfico Ailo
Cumpleaos d Maana
Sra. Raquel de la Guardia de
Boyd.
Br. Leonor A. de Sarak
\W-
En reaittra significa
muchsimo !a calidad
de los ingredientes...
i usted emplea lo
mejor, tiene asegura-
do el xito. Por eso
en polvos de hornear
debe preferir el Polvo
de Hornear Royal...
famoso en todo el
mundo por su alta
calidad.
d
l Detiene rpidamente, sin peligro, el sudor.
i Hace desaparecer inmediatamente el olor
del sudor.
3 Le ofrece completa proteccin de uno a
tres dias.
4 No irrita la piel normalpuede usarla
a diario.
No mancha ni daa la ropa.
6 Nuncs a* seca ni ae pone arenosa, como los
desodorantes ordinarios.
7 No ea grasosa, se desvanece como "cold
cream .
,-*rSiU
Mittonu efe mujeres tuen conrenfsimaa la
ODO-RO-NO
El desodorante sin par
El dia 22 de Agosto, cele-
brse en la Cludrd de Buenos
Aires un "caoildo abierto' c-
ganlzado por la Confederacin
General del Trabajo de la Re-
pblica Argentina.
En el rgano de esta unin,
que cuenta miles y rolles de
afiliados lea dias pasados un
nter esantisimo acuerdo. El
Boletn de referencia deca
que las prescripciones del es-
tatuto de a Confederad! n es-
tablecen como credo de su
doctrina, que est desvincula-
do absolutamente de toda ac-
tividad poltica o de cualquier
sujecin a credos religiosos o
filosficos. No obstante este
postulado "tod03 los trabaja-
dores argentinos nucleados en
la C.G.T. apoyan clamorosa-
mente la reeleccin del Gene-
ral Pern par Presidente en
las nuevas elecciones. La masa
obrera argentina se apresta a
luchar n los comicios que se
realizarn el 11 de Noviembre
llevando como bandera el
nombre de Pern, porque Pe-
rn no es el representante de
un partido o una bandera po-
ltica, es el abanderado de una
causa nolonal del pueblo en-
tero...
Y como se haba proyectado
y organizado, el dia 22 del co-
rriente ocurri el hecho.
Lo extraordinario, no es el
xito clamoroso con que fu a-
coqldo el Presidente en el seno
del Cabildo, ni la monstruosa
manifestacin que se le tribu-
t a su naso por las calles de
la ciudad hacia la sede del Ca-
bildo, lo interesante es lo que
ocurri en el momento de su
presencia.
Ls. masa obrera acostumbra-
da a ve. a la esposa del Pre-
sidente a su lado extra su
ausencia y luego de un silen-
cio Impresionante se acord
por tcita unanimidad, que no
eomenzeri.*n las sesiones sin
la presencia de la Primera Da-
ma de Ir Repblica.
En busca de ella marcharon
los obreros y fu solo al apa-
recer Eva Duarte de Pern an-
te la masa que la recibi con
un aplauso cerrado y prolon-
gado, que el Secretario Gene-
itI ae la Confederacin Jos
.'.spejo pronunci su vibrante
discurso, en el que en nombre
del pueblo argentino pedia a
Pern se presentara a la re-
eleccin como candldcto del
fart'do Peronista y a Eva de
eren, para que aceptara ser
proclamada candldata a la
vlce-presldencla de la Rep-
blica.
......."no se mover nadie de
aqu. Estaremos de pie. firmes
con los corazones en alto y las
volunlcdej en suprema ten-
sin y aqu nos ouedaremos
hasta recibir su respuesta que
no puede ser otra que la que
jsperamos".
Pern habl.. Doa Eva
tambin habl. Con emocin
indescriptible contest :>"Cm-
nlase la voluntad del pueblo!"
Esta eleccin popular asom-
brosa tiene un significado de
exlraordinarlas magnitudes en
la vida americana. Es Eva Pe-
rn la primera mujer que ha
logrado levantar el alma de un
pueblo. No es por ella, ni por
el nombre oue lleva, es por la
tarea realizada. Para defender
su causa, l puesto que todo un
pueblo le ofrece, tiene como
baluarte el respaldo laborioso
y tenaz de su obra social, to-
da una cobecha de aciertos en-
caminados a poner en prcti-
ca su hermoso postulado LA
LIMOSNA DADA PARA SA-
TISFACCIN DE QUIEN LA
OTORGA. DEPRIME Y ALE-
TARGA, y con la obra de esa
magnifica Fundacin que lle-
va su nombre, la limosna se
ha suDrimldo, lo oue el pueblo
argentino ha recibido por su
mano es avuda social, dando a
los hombres y mujeres Instru-
mentos de trbalo para su
dignificacin o procurando los
medios para conseguirlo, ele-
vando a Justicia social todo el
sdovo al obrero, consieuiendo
abolir la ddiva limosnera que
degrada v restituyendo a la so-
ciedad elementas de trabajo
qu servirn para ensanchar
y eparandecer los horizontes
espirituales d su patria.
A*.
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Tel. 2-MS1
KIOSKO OE LESSEPS
Fsreue 4* Leesess
NOVEDADES MORRISON
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SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 12 Ossts Ne. H.
El. PANAMA AMERICA
Celie "H" Ne. 57. hueal
Ave. Ceatral -ne-Celaa.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
.SE NECESITA:Uno niera con ex-
periencia pora cuidar dos nias. I
que duerma en el empleo. Muy .
eme* sueMe. Calle Colombia No. ]
20,. Apio. 4. edificio Urioca.
SE NECESITA Dos empleadas:
una pora servicio y otra para car-
guero. Ave Monul Ycoza 18.
Campo Alegre.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda que sepo
planchar y cocinar. Dormir en el
empleo. Vio Belisarlo Porras 184-
A. San Francisco.
SI VINOEN:Claves, tubera Mflra,
i acere canalada, Fix-Te i corten
aislador pora cielo reos I mode-
re! levantarles, escuiados. ate. a
lee aicciei mal bajos aa alaaa.
AGENCIAS CLOIALIS. Via lita-
Ha, I le te ne'e a Juan Franca. Tal.
3-1503. ,;_____________
SE VENDE: Equipo completo de
Ponadero, hemos de gas. cilindre,
mezcladoras, accesorios varios. In-
formes Tal. 2-3397. Ponomi.
SE VENDE
Hieues Races
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE NECESITA:Cocinero con refe-
rencias, para familia norteameri-
cana. Debe dormir en empleo.
Calle 50 No 18. pitos.
SE NECESITA:Uno cocinera. Acu-
da calle 48 No. 2 apartamento 2.
SE NECESITA:Empleado para ofi-
cios domsticos. Calle 36. coso 8.
Apto. I. Tel. 3-3977. ______
SE NECESITA: Empleada poro el1
-ervicio, sin hijos y cen referen -
' cas. Calle 32 Este = 27.
SE NECESITA:Empleada que sepa
cocinar, lovar. planchar. Calle 49
edificio "Coliforn a" apartamen-
to-2.
SE NECESITA,:Empleado seria que.
sepo cocinor. lirnpior casa, lavar.
Dormir en trabajo. Acuda en los
tardas. Colla 15 Paitillo 117.
SE NECESITA:Empleada paro ofi-
cios domsticos y cocinar, .intil
prSerifarse sino sobe Cocinar. Ce-
ll 13 Este o. 7,.Apto. 1._______
SE--NECESITA:Una lavandera que
4gi!ma' en I caso. Ca Toms
Arias.. Avenida Cubo y Calle-32,
Exposicin/
SE VENDE:Piano en buenas con-
diciones, 8.200.00. Justo Arose-
mena y 27 Este Apto. 148.
SE VENDE:Uno tienda, uno corti-
na en Panama. Tambin camin
"International", carro Studebaker.
una casa de modera, pilodora de
orroz con herramientas, en San-
tiago. Calle 21 de Enero cen ca-
lle 24 No .1. Cantina Madrid.
SE .VEND: -^ Instalacin completa
pora confino, enfriadora de bote-
llas, coja de msica, etc. Dirijase
o Casa Cent-al. Bolivar 9126, Co-
ln, o Peicher Kordoniki, Avenida
Centrol No. 39, Panama.
VENDEMOS uno miquina casi nue-
va de coser cajetas de cartn coa-
rrugado y grapas. Co. Dulcidlo
Gonzalez N., S. A. Fabrica de Mo-
saicos, Ave. Cuba No. 8.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
CA. O LEFEVRI Tel. 2-3332
VINDI LOTES
Pago inicial mnimo 1.100.00
Meniuol 1.15.00
Lotes con Callas y Acueductos da
la Ciudad desde B 1.C0 el metro
Alquiiomcs equipo ptsodo pora
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilamos lotes u largos plazos.
Club de lote-i B.3.00 v 8.4.00
semanales.
SE VENDE:Almacn pequeo, lu-
gar cntrico, Avenida Central. In-
formes Tel. 2-3397, Ponam.
SE VENDE:Abarroten por ne po-
derlo atender, muy barate. Foci-
Hdadet de peto- Calle S. Ne. 33.
SE VENDE:Lotes en casi todos los
sectores de lo Urbanizacin El
Cangrejo, desde $5.75 el M*. *0-
ERTO MIRO, telfono 2-1215,
Panam.
SE VENDE:Taller de Ebanistera,
por rozones vioje. Calle Pedro A.
Daz No. 1, al lado de la Plaza
Herrera.
SE VENDE: Baroto. chalet en El
Valle. Informes Tel. 3-1449 o Es-
tacin de Gasolmo de Abraham
Al en El Valle.
SE ALQUILA:Preciosa oportamen-
te, salo-comedor, una recmara,
con todos servicios completos pri-
vacies, 55 Bolboos mensuales. Ave-
nida Justo Arosemena y Calle 26.
edificio 'Triano. Informan Forma-
da Alonso .
SE ALQUILA
Locales
SE ALQUILA:Local para oficina
Arriba del Teatro Central.
CLNICA, equipada, altos Farmacia
Solazar, calle 16 Oeste No. 28
Ponam.
SE ALQUILA:
Local para oficina o negocio en el
Edificio Castilla del Oro, al lado
del hotel El Panam.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-32312-1215
SE COMPRA
SE VENDE:Restaurme "El Expre-
so" Calle J No. 6. Informes la
contina "El Ovlo" calle J y Estu-
diante.
SE COMPRA:CORRA de produc-
cin nocior.ol exclusivamente, en j
cualquier cantidad a B.200.00 la
tonelodo de 2,000 libros netas,
bien limpio y seca, puesta y pesada
en nuestra planta de la ciudad de
Panam.CA. PANAMEA OE
ACEITES, S. A. Corretera del Ae-
ropuerto, Tel. 3-1371.
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto amplio pora
una o dos personas. No hoy co-
modidades para cocinar o lavor.
Calle 7a No. 19, altos.
PERDIDO
. & .*
PERDIDO; Lorifo. Gratificacin,
Lindo: No. 26. Calle 46 Este
Tel. 3-1801.
SE DESEA
SE DESEACeejR-ror cubri frl poi-
ttil. Informe ol Tel. 2-1609.
SEVENTH"
i Artculos de Casa
SE VENDE:Frigidoire 9 pies, cana- :
cidad. Excelente condicin. Telfo- '
no 3 2399, Panam.
MISCELNEA
Viste nuestro talle' de mecnica de
donde saldr su carro como nuevo.
Cenvnzose. Tropicol Motors.
"ora un buen negocie, realizable en
4 meses-, necesito socio inteligen-
te con nimo, que hable ingle:,
que tenga cinco mil balboas dis-
ponibles. G^nancjo mnimo: cuo-
renta mil bolboas. Cortos al Sr. W.
P. M. Ave. Per 34
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Aviso Judicial
EDICTO FMPI.AZATORIO
Por *le Ett-tco. 1 Jut* del 'Circuito da
Ro-a. del Toro, CITA a CU.LLKRM
rCRNANDO PARRAGA OROZCO. cu-
ya idantioad re> aa cipeclica en al liba-
la1 da damaada corrqipondient*. atara
*)ua an ) trmino 'da treinta (20) diae.
i ohta-k, desde* la i.tima, publicacia de!
presente adieto, comparezca a eale tri-
bunal, por a o por medio da apoderado :
lefalmente conatilblde. a defenderse ea
la demanda civil ordinar a que le ka t
aromovido el eeftor RODRIGO SA.\-
CHCZ BORIOjV panameo, mayor de
edad, casado, afrtcultor y de cata ve- i
su/i dad, aa au condicin de representan- '
a sua aermanoa y per medio de apo-
Jtoeae.
Se advierte al citado Prrafo Oroiro
e>ue de so compareeer en el termino se-
a lado,, ae le nombrara un defenaor de
ausenta, con quien aa acrtiir 4 juicio
basta au terminacin.
Para loa ffneq expreaados ae expide
ata edicto emplaaetorio en acatamiento
a la resolution recada en la expresada
accin J copia del mismo ae entrera al
interesa de para eu punlk'acn por cin-
co ") veces coaaecutivaa aa un pe-
riidka.
Dado en la ciudad de Bocae del Toro. ;
a diea 7 late cas del mea de Julio de
gsil aovecieatee cincuenta y nao.
KI Jaex.
. (Rae.) B. A. FEDRE&CHI G .
El Secretario,
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto con alimen-
tacin smeroda, Calle 45 No. 34,
telfono 3-3921.
I ALQUILASE:-Cuarto poro oficina u
hombre solo, en Avenida Central
No. 79, arribo. All informan de
. 2 a 6 p. m.
SE ALQUIirA: Cuarto amoblado,
ventilado y cmodo. Ca'le Colom-
bio No. .8. apartamento 5. Tel-
fono 3-033^^______________
~~S ALQUILA
Casas
SE ALQUILA:A metrimenie oi
Mere respetebles. Precete che-
let en Sen Frenciice. Baratsimo
Acuda al Caf Sittn. cerca del
Jerdia Balboa.
SE ALQUILA:Casa tres recamaros,
sala, comedor, dos baos, cuarto
empleada con bono, gorage B.150.
00. mis agua. Llame telfono 3-
1811 de 8 o. m. a 10 o. m. o de
3 p. m. o 5 p. m.
SE ALQUILA:-Chalet recin cons-
truido, consto de dos recmaras,
sala, comedor, cocino, lavandera,
garage, dos porches v do servicios
sanitarios Urbanizacin el S. A.
S.. carretero San Franc-sco. Poro
informes, llamar telfono 3-1554.
SE ALQUILA:Residencia, amplia y
, fresca, t.es recmaras, con ser-
vicio, bono, y terraza, saln come-
dor, oficina, garage, cuarto pora
servicio, patio amplio con ardin
ol lado del Comisariato Den Bos-
co. Avenida Cube. No. 73. Tel. 2-
0159 3-2145.
Aacacial Thames Bienes Raices
Ave. Central Ne. 259. Tel. 3-1069.
el lade ele le Flor Panamea.
SE VENDEChalet de 3 recmaras.'
sala-comedor. 2 porches, 700 rrts.
de terreno, patio gronde, jardines,
I 5 mts. de la Vio Belisorio Porras;
hipoteco 7,000 balboas con lo Ca-
ja del Seguro Social, se acepta 2o.
hipoteco. Pago inicial. B.5,500.00.
Aaenciet Thomas. 259. Ave. Cen-
tral. Tel. 3-1069. Aatde. 3404.
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA:Vendedor de 25 a
30 aos. Escribo ol oportodo I 645
incluyendo fitografas y referen-
cias.
SE NECESITA:Monicurista. Saln
de Belleza Bernordo, edificio "Cas-
tillo de Oro" (ol lado del Hotel
El Panam).
SE NECESITAN:Obreras con ex-
periencia, poro hacer pontolones
por partes. Avenida Ancn No. 5.
Estacin los Angeles, adentro, de
3 a, m. a 5 p. m.
SE VENDE":Directomente. sin in-
termediarios, espaciosa y elegante
residencia de 4 recmaras, 2 ser-
vicies sanitarios. 2 porches, sola
comedor, cocino, pantry, patio in -
terno de Tffcsact/ corredores
Cuarto 5de empleoda con. cio, lovoderos y garage. Terreno
500 M* en esquina, frente al Co-
legio Mario Inmaculada, cerca de
comisariato?, botica, igleslo, hos-
pitales, porado de buses. Ultimo
precio B.30.000. Tiene hipoteca
de 10.C00. Avenida Justo Aro-
semena No. 79 y Calle 41. Soli-
cite informes en la misma coso.
Cientfica y
15.000 nios para un ao en-
tero.
La nica manera como Pa-
nam puede continuar este pro-
grama en los aos futuros con
la ayuda de la UNICEF es man-
tenindose estrictamente dentro
de las sugestiones y estipula-
ciones de dicho organismo in-
ternacional, motivo Dor el cual
la direccin de Salud Pblica
ruega a todo buen ciudadano
que se someta a tales estipu-
laciones y coopere para que el
programa resulte un buen xi-
to, libre de Obstculos, de ma-
nera que al final del mismo,
podamos demostrar a la UNI-
CEF que si somos aptos para
realizar programas cientficos
de nutricin y su ayuda sea
sostenida e incrementada en
una forma total.
La Direccin de Salud P-
blica quiere dejar constancia de
su vivo inters en que est pro-
grama se realice cientfica y
ordenadamente, en vista de que
nuestro pas pueda recibir otros
tipos de ayuda no solamente
en nutricin, sino en otras ra-
mas de la salud del pueblo, si
les demostramos que tenemos
la debida organizacin para
conducirnos.
Los programas de la UNICEF
estn coordinados con los de
la OMS. y si no cumplimos con
sus estipulaciones, no podemos
recibir sus otras ventajas. La
nutricin es una labor estric-
tamente sanitaria, para la cue!
se necesita la cooperacin total
SE COMPRA: SEBO FRITO (De-
rretidol de primera calidad o B.
0.15 la libra neta en cualquier
cantidad, entregado en lo ciudad i
de Panom Se advierte que se re-
chozar todo sebo de proceden- |
cia extronjero o todo sebo naci- ,
nal que hoya sido mezclado cen
extranjero. CIA. PANAMEA DE
ACEITES, S. A.. Carretero del Ae-
ropuerto.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDEVente e ta AGENCIA
NASH y vea en nueva carra en in-
hibicin asta tin de semana. Abier-
ta Sbeee y Dainee de 9:00 A.
M. a 10:00 P. M.
SE VENDE:Tenemos en existencia I
tubos mponehables de todos ta-
maos, baratsimos. Venga a ver- j
los, Tropicol Motors.
SE VENDE:Carro Buick 1947.. Fa-
cilidades de pago. Cantjna Auro- I
ro, calle 12 Oeste No. 22, Pono-,
m.
Tony Traberl es
llamado por la
armada a servicio
FORREST HILLS. Agosto 28
(UPi Las esperanzas norte-
americanas de reconauistar la
Copa Davis actualmente en pe- i
der de Australia sufrieron un i
gran revs al llamar la arma-1
da a servicio activo al tenista
Tony Trabert.
Trabert. uno de los miembros
ms destacados del equipo de
Estados Unidos, revel que ha
recibido rdenes de presentarse
en la base naval de Bainbridge,
Maryland, el 21 de Septiembre.
de todos los organismos del
pas.
Esta aclaracin la hacemos
en vista de las exigencias de
muchas personas para ser be-
neficiaras de este programa y
a la necesidad urgente de or-
ganizar estos programas cien-
tficamente. Consideramos de
gran Inters informar que la
cantidad de leche que actual-
mente reposa en los depsitos
constituye la cuota total de le-
che asignada a Panam para
este ao y por lo tanto debe
distribuirse uniformemente.
La Direccin espera la co-
operacin de todos, a fin de
lograr un aumento efectivo en
esta cuota para el prximo
COMPRE...
TROPIDURA r
Duba y 0U(,A n
P
PROTEJAMOS LA
INDUSTRIA NACIONAL!
DoloresenlasArticulacionesPueden
ser causados por Rones Cansados
aa eJer.te uatad Indlipuaate. o tle-
> qua lavan tara nacha, a padece
atea 4a aaraoa, nerveeidad. delorea
ala leealaa da eiernaa. tobllloa hlr.-
eaaatee. dolerse an lea artlculaclonee.
ardor an loa ronductoe y ozcoao da
aMaa, ol funcionamiento lento da loa
rlfleaaa eaoda ear In verdadera oaoaa.
da eua malee.
Loa allrr.nio. bebldae mal aaeo-
Ildea aaden causar ua oxcaao do
aldea y recargar loa rlflonaa do tal
aaaaera quo funcionan mal y nereal-
tan estimulante ayuda diurtica para
isvlee rMones alonan Man au lun.-ion
ala purificar au aanars debidamente y
eeaeerrarle la salud y lee Maraa.
Maches mdicos han deaeublerto
por medio de ruabas elentnVae y
ajlslcae. aal como an al diario ejerci-
ese de e preiaeoe, ue aa diurtica
__I y pallar
Irritar I ftn funcional de la ire-
'* T vl" unnartaa en estado da
acidas aa Cyatex. preparado cientfico.
o.ue aa una. receta mdica. Centanaree
y emanarse de caaoe en loa archlvoa
de eatoe medicos, prueban us as! aa.
Treeeasleadf)
La primera dosli de Cysts coman-
se a hacer eu efecto lmmedlata-
monts, syudando a sus rlfloaee a a-
rrojar ol exceso ds ridos. Eato puedo
hacer au* usted es slants como nusvo
otra ves. Tan securos estn loe fabr-
came* da Cyetas da que uatad que-
dara completamente aatlafecho. que
e Jlden ijii. hss usted la prueba.
Flda Cystsa boy salame oa en far-
seada fsrorits
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ROBERTO ElSENMANN
Administrador Gral. de Rentas Internas
AVISA
que el da 31 de Agosto vence el plazo
para pagar a la par el IMPUESTO SO-
BRE INMUEBLES correspondiente al
2o. cuatrimestre de 1951. Despus de
esa fecha, se cobrar el recargo qne es-
tablece la Ley.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
Mantenemos ana venta de
ganga de artici los sobre'exis-
tencia donde as MEJORES
pinturas se venden a los
mis bajos precios.
Por qu no anorrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Centra! 879.
Tel 3-0140.
PAPEL LUMINOSO
en distintos colores.
TUBERA NEGRA
Y GALVANIZADA
en todos tamaos.
Gran variedad de
FERRETERA "YALE"
Y "C0RBIN"
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender mis"
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Ud. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
SE NECESITA:
Vendedor con experiencia
en venta de vveres o de
mercancas en general.
Traer referencias y una
fotografa. Intil presentar-
te sin estos requisitos.
Almacenes Romero
Avenida Norte No. 48
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con fO velm dt fuerza de luz blanca
moderna. Permanece encendida 50
hora?! por 1 anin de kerosene. Toma
W. de AIRF v solamente C^ de
KEROSENE. Completamente eaura
no exolota ni necesita generador n)
bomba. No produce humo ni mains
olores Ea lan sencilla que un nrfo
puede prenderla Nunca vista en Pa-
nama a Precio tan Balo
por 8O...B/.9.95
Tenemos lodos loe Repueeteel
De Venia ea rada la Fr.RRT.TERlAS
t MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
WONG CHANG. S. A.
Colea Celle S y Aee. Balboa
Tel Se3.
ran.mi Ave Central SB
Tel. 2-2SS7
Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
Inmediata
Reparaciones
eencrales
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 29 B. S3
Tel 3-niS
Se escogen los
arbitros del VI
Cpto. de basket
.SANTIAGO. Agosto 28 'Es-
pecian Plndl Perdomo. Manuel;
Cardales, Felipe Perdomo, Ger-
mn Roa y Chito Bula, sern
los arbitros oficiales del VI
Campeonato Nacional Menor de
Basketball que se inaugurar en
esta ciudad Interiorana el 11
del mes venidero.No hav du-
da que con estos arbitros logra-
dos por el Comit Organizador
del VI Torneo Menor de Bas-
ketball, se esta garantizando la
pulcritud de los partidos, ya
que esos seores han demostra-
do mucha eficiencia en su la-
bor.
Prdidas por 15
te a 205 personas en Jamaica
y Mxico, se apresuraron mien-
tras otra tormenta tropical se
internaba en el Pacifico des-
pus de haber amenazado a los
puertos de Mazatln y La Paz.
Los funcionarios del obser-
vatorio meteorolgico dijeron
que la Intensidad de. los vien-
tos de esa tormenta han dis-
minuido de 149 55 kilmetros
por hora. Sin embargo, la zona
costera de Baja California con-
tinuaba siendo azotada por in-
tensas lluvias.
Se calcula que el cicln v
las inundaciones han causado
15 millones de dlares de pr-
didas en Mxico y ha dejado
sin hogar a miles de personas.
El peridico "Excelsior" In-
form sin confirmacin que
otras 20 personas haban muer-
tos a consecuencia de las inun-
daciones en Mante, a unas 145
kilmetros al nor-oeste deTam-
pico.
Se cumple hoy el
aniversario de la
muerte de Manolete
MADRID, Agosto 28 (UP)
Hoy martes se cumple el cuarto I
aniversario de la mortal cogida
en la Plaza de Linares del dies-
tro Manuel Rodrguez, "Mano-
lete", fallecido en la madruga-
da del dia 29.
El grupo taurino, el Sindicato
del espectculo y la diputacin
provincial de Madrid, han or-
ganizado misas en sufragio del
alma del diestro cordobs.
McDonald igual el
record mundial de los
cien metros planos
LONDRES. Agosto 38 (UP>
Emmanuel McDonald de Gran
Bretaa, igual el record mun-
dial de cien metros en el primer
da de las competencias de atle-
tismo entre Gran Bretaa v
Yugoeslavla. Las competencias
entre estos dos pases se estn
realizando en Belgrado. McDo-
nald corri esa distancia' en*
diez segundos y dos decimos d
segundos igualando el record,
establecido por el norteameri-
cano y famoso corredor uni-
versal Jesse Owens en 1918;
1
Tubera
Negra
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de Septiembre de 1951, se efectuar la licitacin pblica para
la construccin del Primer Edificio de Almacenamiento en la
Zona Libre de Coln.
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La Camioneta JCCp
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MARTES, AGOSTO U. MM
n PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
PAGINA SIETE
Pelimex y Fuerza y Luz Juegan Esta NocHSStBSSR'Sr
Por El Campeonato Del Basketball Menor
Social Deportiva
Ajusta un ao ms de vida
a etta lecha, *". conocido de-
portista panameo, Antonio
Castorina. "Ni-
no", como le
llaman cario-
samente sus a-
mlgos, es un
consagrado
basketbolista.
deporte en el
el cual ha te-
nido la privi-
legiada oportu-
nidad de repre-
sentar a Pana-
La Mueca Gan Anoche La 2da.
Vuelta Del Basket De Catedral
te r nacionales
en varias oca-
siones. Castorl-
na, adems de
m canastero, es
^^ un magnifico
balompedlsta y buen basebole-
ro. Vayan para l nuestras ms
slneeras felicitaciones.
El equipo del Almacn La
Mueca conquist anoche la
Segunda Vuelta del campeo-
nato de basketball de la Liga
de Catedral al imponerse er
un reido y movido partido al
Don eco por 40 a 34 en el
Gimnasio del Maraen.
Desde el primer tiempo los
pupilos de don Guillermo La-
ama en com- j vayen sacaron ventaja, la cual
petenclas ln- mantuvieron durante todo el
partido, y las anotaciones fue-
ron:
El basket menor
de Coln tiene
3 partidos hoy
petenclas entre los nadadores
que deseen participar.
Estos eventos han sido orga-
So" % (FB i naZtaadcr6nPOsreno8reSPrpereAlmd!
$e&mffi^"Al8!* P*^. Adn Gordon y apo-
La Mueca
Don eco
t 15 27 40
S 12 26 34
Loa mayores anotadores fue-
ron: Cohn 14, Jan 8 y Rodr-
guez 7 por los ganadores; y
por el Don eco, de la Guardia
con 14, Cellia 8 y Cardoze 8.
La serle final por el tiitulo
comenzar maana entre el I Pelimex...........4
ptica Sosa, ganador de la prl-i raera y Las ........ s
Termina el torneo
con 3 atractivos
encuentros
ESTADO DE LA SERIE
Basketball Previaeiel
2. Categora
G. P. Pto.
i.r
.me
Los Gigantes Aumentaron Ayer Su
Racha De Triunfos Consecutivos
Al Vencer Dos Veces Al Chicago
mera etapa y el Almacn "La ". Eleta" .......... 8 1
Mueca vencedor de la segunda O. Besa............2
vuelta.
Los Profesores De Natacin
Trazan Plan Para Fomentar
El Deporte En Nuestro Medio
Todas las semanas se cele-1 mejores nadadores y se formar
brar en la Piscina Olmpica \ un equipo bien organizado con
un programa especial de com- miras a defender los colores de
Panam en cualquier evento de
carcter Internacional.
ala para esta noche en el Gim-
nasio "Everardo Nez" tres in-
teresantes encuentros con laf
participacin de los quintetos:
Pioneros vs San Jos
; Millonarios vs Bachilleres
Chesterfield vs C. Y. O.
En los pasados encuentros el
equipo 10 de Mayo derrot am-
pliamente al Bolivar, nada me-
nee que por 105 a S3, donde
Francisco de la Cruz, del equipo
ganador anot 73 puntos, para
establecer nueva marca en el
basket menor colonense. El re-
cord anterior de 42 puntos lo
tenia Agustn Dlnolls desde ha-
ce cuatro aos.
El Lord Chester le arrebat
el invicto al Cervantes, al
triunfar los clgarrllleros por 35
a 27.
En el otro cotejo el C.Y.O. le
pp*"i a los Bachilleres por 58
a 31.
W>r otra parte ha sorprendi-
do la actuacin de la Federa-
cin de Basketball al auspiciar
o aceptar los juegos Chester-
field vs Combinad del Circuito
Masculino y Operten vs Com-
binado de la rama femenina, a
sabiendas que la Liga de Coln
celebra partidos oficiales en la
misma fecha. Se ha sugerido
que la Liga colonense propor-
cione el partido Drelimlnar y la
Federacin o entidad encargada
reconozca parte de las entradas
ai la entidad Provincial.
N
N
C
E
S
Importadores
Tagarpulos, S.A.
REPARTO A DOMICILIO
len Franco, con el fin de le-
vantar el inters y fomentar
este deporte.
Segn hemos averiguado los
eventos se realizarn todos los
viernes a las 4 de la tarde y los
nadadores debern inscribirse
el jueves.
Despus de una serie de estos
concursos sern escogidos loa
Ordenan a Turpin
tener precauciones
en sus prcticas
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 28
(UP) El Club Internacional
de.Boxeo ha tomado los pasos
necesarios para asegurar que el
campen mundial de peso me-
dio, el Ingls Randy Turpin, se
encuentre en perfectas condi-
ciones para su encuentro del 12
de Septiembre en Nueva York,
donde pondren juego su titulo
frente al ex-titular Ray Robin-
son.
Al mencionado Club no le
gusta la idea de que Turpin re-
huse llevar el protector de ca-
beza durante sus entrenamien-
tos.
En vista de esto, el Presi-
dente del Club Internacional de
Boxeo, dio a conocer la siguien-
te orden para^Randy Turpin:
No debe montar caballo ni mo-
tocicletas; llevar protector de
boca y para la cabeza durante
los entrenamientos de guantes,
y asegurar que sus manos es-
tn bien vendadas durante su:
prcticas de boxeo.
El Bam Jr. termin
con la opcin del .
0. Sota en la menor
Bam, Fuerza y Luz y Pelimex
ganaron los juegos de anoche
en la serle final por la supre-
maca del basketball menor ce-
lebrado en el Gimnasio Nacio-
nal. En el primer partido el
Bam Jr. sorprendi al ptica
Sosa, para lograr los primeros
su primer triunfo en esta serie
final por 35 a 32 en un reido
partido. '
Eri el segundo luego el Fuer-
za y Luz vino de atrs oara
mantener su opcin al ttulo,
t\ derrotar al Centenario por
51 a 47, siendo sta la cuarta
de-rota del Centenario.
En el ltimo juego de la no-
che, el Pelimex se impuso f-
cilmente al Eleta por 35 a 20.
para mantener su Invicto en
cuatro presentaciones.
. ..i.i t. ..
Centenario
i i
Jeeget de teta aeche
Ban Jr. vs Centenaria
7.00 p.m.
PeUmex-Fneru y Lus
O. Sosa-Carlos Eleta
Por BETO TEJADA
Jim Rusell fue
adquirido ayer
por el Brooklyn
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 28
(UP) Los Dodgers adquirie-
ron al jardinero y bateador
ambidextro Jim Ruesell de su
equipo, finca en Montreal y
anunciaron al mismo tiempo
que au novena en el Canad
habla firmado contrato con
Bert Haas al que los Medias
Blancas despidieron ayer incon-
dlclonalmente.
Instituto Nacional y
Profesional triunfaron
en volibol el sbado
Los equipos del Instituto Na-
cional del Circuito masculino y
Profesionales de la rama feme-
nina, ganaron su., compromisos
del sbado en el Volleyball In-
tercolegial con lo cual se gana-
ron el derecho de participar en
el juego final por el respectivo
titulo.
El conjunto femenino de la
Profesional se impuso holgada-
mente a la institutoras, y en
cambio los institutores obtu-
vieron un fcil triunfo sobre el
Artes.
Los partidos finales donde
estarn en disputa los respecti-
vos Campeonatos del Volleyball
Intercolegial se efectuarn el
prximo sbado en la maana
en el Gimnasio Nacional, y cho-
carn Instituto Nacional vs
Profesional en los varones y
Profesionales vi Liceo en las
damas.
PERITOS EN AUTOMOTORES
CONCURREN...
para mayor potencia
motriz-decdase por
CHAMPION
La serie final por el titulo
de Campen de la 8egunda Ca-
tegora del Basketball Provin-
cial de Panam, termina esta
noche eon tres interesantes de-
safios:
Bam Jr. vs Centenario
En este primer choque de la
noche medirn fuerzas los equi-
Sm Bam y centenario, partido
te en el cual loa del Centena-
rio buscan su primer triunfo
mientras que el Bam lucha por
finalizar en mejor sitio.
Futr t Lus vi Pelimex
Este ei el juego principal de
la noche, en el cual los. mucha-
chos de Celidonia ponen en
Juego au invicto y tratarn de
titularse Campeones del 61 de
la categora menor.Un Juego
reido desde el comienzo has-
ta el final se pronostica en 1
cual los "elctricos" conceden
revancha a los del Pelimex, a
aulenes superaron en el calen-
arlo regular.81 el triunfo le
corresponde al Fuersa y Lu se
producir un empate en el pri-
mer lugar, mientras que de 10
contrario el Pelimex se coro-
nar Campen.
ptica SewCarlos Eleta
En este juego ambos compe-
tidores defienden su opcin a
empatar el segundo lugar en
caso de que pierda el Fuerza
y Luz su compromiso de esta
noche. Un lance reido y pare-
jo deben ofrecer estos competi-
dores. Manuel Cardales y Ger-
men Roa sern los arbitros.
Plndi Perdomo es suplente sien-
do Crelo el cronometrista.
Servicio le la Prensa Unida
Liga Nacional
Los Gigantes jugaron inspira-
damente ayer tarde para obte-
ner su dcimo quinta y dcimo
sexta victoria consecutiva lmpo-
* nindose brillantemente a los
i! Cachorros por anotacin de 5
**" carreras a 4 y a 3. Esta ca-
dena de victorias es la ms lar-
Ken la Liga Nacional desde
16 en que los Cachorros ga-
naron 21 Juegos corridos y la
ms larga para los Gigantes
desde 1926 en que ganaron 26
y 17 consecutivos.
En la primera mitad de la
duodcima entrada del primer
luego pareca que se haba roto
la cadena de triunfes al lograr
los Cachorros una ventaja de
4 a 3, pero los neoyorquinos
volvieron a la carga y asegura-
ron el triunfo.
Eddie Stanley encabez el ata-
CITACIN DEPORTIVA
COMIT OLMPICO
Tiene reunin esta noche
para decidir Importantes asun-
tos y pide puntual asistencia
a todos los delegados.
"ARD" DE PANAMA
Solicita a todos sus miembros
la asistencia a la reunin de
esta noche a las 7 y 30 en la
redaccin de este peridico, con
el proposito de resolver puntos
de inters general.
LIGA COMERCIAL DE
SOFTBALL
Se rene esta noche a las 7
y 30 en el Jardn Balboa para
nombrar nueva Directiva, y se
pide la asistencia de todos los
interesados, especialmente de
Cosme Troyana, Nick Nell, Er-
nesto Escala, Juan Vlleg Jr.,
Marcelino Alvarez, Alfredo A-
rango, Douglas Glttens, D. Cs-
pedes, Filos y Danllo Valds.
LIGA PROV. DE FTBOL
Solicita a todos los directo-
res y representantes de equipos
afiliados la puntual asistencia
a la reunin de esta noche en
el local -de la Ave. B No. 5
ritos, para tratar varios asun-
cog como la escogencla del pre-
seleccionado, entrega de pre-
mios, etc.
DOLOR
DE CABEZA?
Doble partanidad de aliviarse
cm Ait-Seltzer de deble accin
Tiene mted doble seguridad de aliviane
cm dolor de cabeza pasajero ii toma
Alka- Seloer. De doble accin, Alka-
Seltzer et analgsico calma rpidamen-
te el dolor. Y es alcalinoneutraliza el
exceso de acidez gstrica que con fre-
cuencia es cause del dolor de cabeza.
Alka-Seluer, agradable, efervescente,
entra en accin en seguida. Tmelo a los primerio sn-
tomas y reptalo si es necesario para un prolongado alivio.
Eche una o dos tabletas de Alka-Seluer eo un vaso de
agua. Vea como burbujea. Tmese la agradable y refres-
cante solucin. El alivio no se har esperar. Tenga siem-
pre a mano-Alka Seltzer.
He Sett le teman a diario millencs de sentis Tmele Ud. Unties
Alka-Seltzer
VMLli LABOH ATORIt'j INC .tlKHART, IHD. LA
"Lo experiencia me ha entenado
que los camiones da moyor Inerte)
motriz rindan le mayores aonon.
dos," escriba J. B. NATA,
Salisbury, Rodado del Sor, frica.
"Para obtener ato Dolencia mxima,
reinstalo an nuaslroi camiones un
luego da nuevas Champion cada
15.000 kilmetros. Y lo mejor as
quo an realidad no ma cuestan
noda, ya qua ha
descubierto quo les
nuevas Champion sa
pagan cor si mismas
con el combustible
qua aberran."
NUEVA CREMA DE AFEITAR
LE "ENTONA" LA PIEL
A LA VEZ JE SE AFEITA
Coapreeltobfwit
r una tableta
(ubM do | j lf
ItfcfcltUB
reelectas del
entere
twr eiis de m
cwarte de tifie
Ahora usted puedo claree afeita-
das a ras de piisl ms ntidas, que
lucen mejory a la ver ayudar
a contener el aspecto suave y juve-
nil de su rostro.
Meravillese rngreeliente
Todo eeto te deba a la Nueva Crema
da Afeitar WOliame, que contiene
Extracto de Lanolinareciente dea-
cubrimiento mdico con mayores
propiedades "beaficae" para la piel
que la lanolina corriente. El Extracto
de Lanolina le rejueaLa el roatro a la
vea qua uated te afeita ... le ayuda
a conservar al aspecto aano y juvenil
de tu piel.
S ele e* Will IA MS
Cada vez que usted ee afeita con la
Nueva Crema de Afeitar Williams
disfruta de eeta maravillla aube-
tancie y adems obtiene una afei-
tada mea cmoda, mata fcil. Use
Williams, la nica ertma de afeita
tie contiene Extracto ie Lanolina
dos sencillos anotando tres ca-
rreras y empujando dos. Los
Gigantes anotaron la carrera
que result la del triunfo en es-
te Juego en la quinta entrada
con dos sencillos, una roleta al
cuadro y un lTgo fly de Willie
Mays.
En los otros Juegos de la Liga
Nacional los Dodgers vencieron
en el primer partido del doble
Juego celebrado contra los Pi-
ratas, por anotacin de 5 ca-
rreras a 0. En el segundo parti-
do el Pittsburgh se desquit
triunfando por S a 2.
El Foche perdi su invicto y qued de 2o.
Estado Final de loe Equipos
Fu I bol Menor de Coln
> el campeonato.
El encuentro result movido e
G. E. P. Pts. interesante dejando satisfecho
Dep. Centuria .....7 1 11 al numeroso pblico que asisti
Dep. Foche ........S 1 I 13
Abel Bravo ........4 1 S %
Amazona ..........Z 0 C 4
Fm Sporting ....... 0 10
COLON, Agosto 2S (Por Marco
Antonio iEl Deportivo Centu-
ria se coron Campen de Ft-
bol de Segunda Categora de la
Liga Provincial de Coln con su
victoria sobre el Deportivo Fo-
che por 2 tantos a 0, en el lti-
mo encuentro del Torneo.
El Foche que habla estado en
el comando la mayor parte de
la competencia sin perder un
Juego, fall en su ltimo com-
promiso perdiendo su invicto y
a presenciar el cotejo.
En la primera etapa se not!
el dominio del Foche, sin em-
bargo esta Jornada termines
empatada a cero tantos.
En el segundo tiempo El Gen-
turla redobl sus esfuerzos, f.
logr el primer tanto a su favor.
por intermedio de Carlos Quin-
tero a los 15 minutos de Juego.
La lucha sigui brava y reida,
pero le toco al mismo Quintero
asegurar el triunfo del centu-
ria con el segundo goal. Este
partido fu dedicado al mismo
Quintero por Sus compaeros'
de equipo por ser el domingo
el dia de su onomstico.
El Flladelfla le gan los dos l m equipo Deportivo vallar!
partidos al Ctnolnattl, por 2-0. ge acredit la primera vuc
y 3-0: y el Boston tambin se del Torneo de Baseball de
El Vallarme Se Anex La Ia
Vuelta Del Base De Barraza y
Hoy Sigue La Segunda Etapa
Impuso dos veces al San Luis
por 6-3 y 4-2.
En la Liga Americana, el Fi-
que de los Gigantes en el se- ladelfia le gan al Detroit por
gurdo juego con un Jonrn y una carrera a cero.
El Subcampeonato del ftbol de la.
de Coln quedo en poder del Feris
ESTADO DE LA JUSTA
Ftbol de Coln
Primera Categora
G. E. P. Pt.
Dep. Desman ...... 5 1 1 11
Dei. Ferie ........... 3 1 4 7
Atl. San Roque.....1 2
COLON. Agosto 28 (Por Mar-
co Antonio)El Deportivo Ferls
derrot ampliamente al Atl-
tlco San Roque para anexarse
el 8ubcampeonato del Ftbol
Mayor de la Costa Atlntica.
El encuentro no result lo in-
teresante y reido que se espe-
raba, ya que despus de un pri-
mer tiempo que termin empa-
tado a un tanto, la etapa com-
plementarla desilusion por
completo, marcando los gana-
dores nada menos que ocho go-
les por ninguno de sus contra-
rios. Los anotadores fueron Les-
lie Oreen con 2, Owen Delgado
con 3 y Tato Prado 4 por el Fe-
rls y Secundino Reina fu el
nico marcador del San Roque.
Aunque falta un partido para
finalizar el calendario del tor-
neo, todas las colocaciones ya
estn asignadas, y el juego pen-
diente es Dosman vs San Ro-
que.
Liga de Barraza al impone,
ayer al Miranda por 7 carrera,
a 0 en el ltimo partido de Ir
Serle adicional.
Esteban Valencia result
nzador ganador mientras cue
e> T .....* "
la caja de lanzamientos Chon
juuav que peiu.u .. j
/ T. McKay y D. Fernndez.
Esta misma tarde continua
la segunda vuelta, que haba
quedado en receso, con el juego
el entre Mendoza y Vallarino.



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PAGINA OCHO
" T. PANAMA AMRICA ICARIO INFTNET"'
MARTES, AGOSTO'28, lsSt'
"Estados Unidos
ponibtes con el objrto re oue
puedan dichos pases operp.r en
orma adecuada el .movimiento
de sus importaciones y rxoor-
taciones". La representacin de
loa Estados Unidos bas su opo-
sicin en la afirmacin de que
dicho articulo, no est da a-
cuerdo con el espritu del pun-
to 19 de la Reunin de Consulta
de Cancilleres sobro transporte.
Las delegaciones chilena, ar-
gentina, guatemalteca y mexi-
cana se opusieron a que el pro-
yecto de resolucin fuera de-
vuelto a la Comisin, y al ser
sometida a votacin result a-
probada por 8 votos afirmati-
vos contra 7 negativos, votando
un solo delegado por la abs-
tencin.
Merecieron ser aprobados por
unanimidad los proyectos de
resoluciones siguientes: Finan-
ciacin del Programa de Coope-
racin Tcnica de la OEA. Pro-
grama de Cooperacin Tcnica
para 1951. Recomendar a los
Estados Americanos que se ha-
gan representar en la Confe-
rencia Tcnica Interguberna-
mental que se verificar en a-
ples en octubre prximo. Inclu-
sin de un Proyecto de Asisten-
cia Tcnica an el Campo de la
Prospeccin Minera en el Pro-
grama de Cooperacin Tcnica
para 1952.
Por errores de forma, fue
postergada la consideracin del
proyecto de resolucin sobre
Repercusiones que en las Eco-
nomas Latinoamericanas pro-
duce el rgimen laboral exis-
tente.
El delegado de Colombia, se-
or Antonio Alvarez Restiepo.
propuso que las delegaciones
rindieran un homenaje a los in-
tegrantes del Primer Consreso
Bolivarlano visitando la sala en
que se reuniera dicho Congreso,
lo oue fue aprobado por una-
nimidad, debinedo la Presiden-
cia de la Sesin indicar la fe-
cha y Jiora en que se har este
horren ale.
A continuacin, el seor Ed-
xvprcl G. Miller, pronunci una
extensa declaracin, de la cual
extractamos los siguientes p-
rrafos:
Problemas de Abastecimiento
y de Produccin.Uno de los
aspectos ms constructivos del
trabajo de esta Sesin ha sido
la amplia v sincera discusin
oue ha surgido de nuestras pre-
ocv naciones v orcblcmas mu-
tuos sobre ciertos aspectos de
las condicionas del abrsteci-
mie-'o. Aouellos oaises oue no
tier-n representacin individual
en la Conferencia Internacional
de Materiales y en los Comits
oue la comvxmen. han tenido
amplia oportunidad de exponer
su* lnonietudes v sus puntos de
vista sobre el trabajo de esta
Organizacin v sobre su posi-
ble efecto en sus economas. Yo
eren aw se ha llegado a una
comprensin mucho mejor co-
mo resultado de los debates aur
aqvi han tenido lugar. Como
representante de una de las na-
ciones iniciadoras de la Confe-
rencia Internacional de Mate-
rials, reitero nuestra promesa
de que en nuestra particloacln
en Isa labores de la misma,
nuestro Gobierno har todo lo
oue sea posible por salvaguar-
dar los Intereses de todas v ca-
da una de las naciones aqu re-
pre-pntadrs.
El trabajo de la Comisin II
ha revelado un gran inters
hacia la posible contribucin de
los r.rupoa de estudio sobre a-
zure, hojalata y pap3l de pe-
: ridico quo han sido creados
' por el Consejo en Washington.
' En nuestra opinin, en cuanto
estos grupos de estudio se es-
1 tabletean, los pases miembros
\ deben contribuir con efectlvi-
; dad a sus operaciones diarias,
a fin de que puedan prestar la
contribucin mxima a la solu-
ci nde los difciles problemas
que han dado lucar a su crea-
cin de los difciles problemas
miembros comprendern la Im-
portancia de nombrar represen-
tantes tcnicos calificados ante
esos grupos. Por nuestra parte,
tenemos el propsito de dar
todo nuestro apoyo a la labor
de esos grupos de estudio.
Transportes.Esta Conieren-
cia ha hecho un trabajo suma-
mente constructivo en relacin
con los aspectos de emergencia
del transportes. Cualquier pro-
grama de trabajo para el si-
guiente ao incluir, desde lue-
go, importantes obligaciones
permanentes de parte del Con-
sejo en el ramo del transporte.
Mientras la urgente necesi-
dad del momento reclama un es-
tudio tcnico de las demandas
del transporte civil areo y ma-
rtimo del Hemisferio, el Con-
sejo tiene una importante ta-
rea que hacer en beneficio de
los gobiernos miembros en el
amplio campo del transport-
terrestre, especialmente en re-
lacin con la construccin de
caminos tanto nacionales como
Internacionales. Durante mu-
chos aos los pueblos de este
Hemisferio han aspirado al
Ideal de ser naciones estrecha-
mente entrelazadas por cami-
nos. Considerable progreso se
ha logrado y se est logrando
en la Carretera Interamericana.
a travs de Amrica Central, y
en la Carretera Panamericana,
en Amrica del Sur. La Reso-
lucin XIII de la Conferencia
de Ministros de Relaciones Ex-
teriores hace referencia a la ne-
cesidad de mejorar el transpor-
te en relacin con el desarrollo
y entrega de materiales estra-
tgicos. Este es un valioso ob-
jetivo del periodo de emergen-
cia que. a la larga, puede tras-
ladarse a campos de accin
ms amplios cuando terminen
las limitaciones impuestas por
la emergencia. Creemos que a-
qu puede considerarse cmo
puede actuar el Consejo como
estimulador del Intercambio te-
rrestre inevitable y esencial en-
tre las naciones del Hemisferio.
Para terminar y en vista do
que debo partir antes de qu"
termine la sesin y quizs no
tenga otra oportunidad para di-
rigirme al Consejo, deseo, en
nombre de la delegacin de mi
Gobierno, rendir tributo al Go-
bierno de Panam por su mag-
nifica hospitalidad, a la seo-
rita Carmen Mir por la mane-
ra brillante como est cum-
pliendo sus deberes de Secre-
tarla General y especialmente a
Su Excelencia el seor doctor
Galilo Solis, Ministro de Ha-
cienda y Tesoro de la Rep-
blica de Panam y Presidente
de1 esta Sesin Extraordinaria,
quien ha contribuido tan gran-
demente a los trabajos de la
sesin desde su inicio.
Israel Welichcnsky
se presentar este
domingo en Panam
Israel Wellchansky, actor dra-
mtico y mmico del teatro
ingls y Judo, llegar a Pa-
Inam esta semana en jira por
1 la Amrica Latina.
El domingo a las r,30 de la
noche, ser presentado en la
i Sociedad de Beneficencia Israe-
lila de Panam y ofrecer al
pblico algo nuevo y diferente
en los crculos artsticos.
Wellchansky, quien ha sido
recibido con entusiasmo por el
pblico de Estados Unidos, de
cosa a cosa, ha actuado en
el Town Hall, Cornegie Hall y
Madison Square Garden, siendo
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