The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01216
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01216
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MOd "'TnA A afterr the recent hrtidc ane hit Jamakl
cleared. T Myhf.' ikt Hotel, above, had laWrge sections 6
pla oby -ttl4 torcd'of te wlnd. The court house at MoratWt

rls emailned to be
ot walls ripped from
AcWas tinrooted.

hurricane sufferers including a Jamaica :oy Scout.
(Caribbean Command Photos)
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Jamakca Survey Team Lists

ReOif tems Needed Most

Food-t~.albt lit and build- work goes on to get aid to the
Stg mai afet '. Wed. but British Island.
hurricans-'"'U k- aatca needs Representatives of the Ameri-
no outside nedlca help now. can Legion Auxiliary are going
The ivenwent has moved to to be on hand in all Commissar-
contrQtiptt 0a critical supplies. ies for the rest of this week to
The 3zitb.millt4ry establish- accept donations for buying
ment.'"th ~ l has estab- food,, which will be flown to JA-
lished teit icaip -tor the home- malca.
less. ad p help the Public The Salvation Army which has
Worklus JD t1aei l, distribut- already sent one shil nent, Is
jIg wat.'u, i ; r ring roads, accepting money, food and cloth-
S eii :n'ted by nfor another planned ship-
Thesge j UIi* U-1ported by mt
the Amerlan Red pr.os Disaster e1% Jamaican Provident am
aurvey N p1. -1Y butk on the Benevolent Society is sponsoring
IMti a .g.uya fight to a Tag Drive to raise funds for re-
Uef eqttpment.


4CL Civitl MNuse

Volunteers To Turn

4 AACAP Unlbns
Canal Zone volunteer members
of the antiaircraft Civlian Auxi-
iary program will turn in their
AACAP uniforms and -identifica-
tion passes Saturday, in exchange
for the diplomas thy ,,..ve earn-
ed after six weeLs intensive
training in antiaircraft defense.

s The graduation ceremony will
S be held in Balboa Theater, be-
* ginning at 7:45 a.m. Music by
* the 71st Army Band will be fol-
lowed by an Invocation by Chap-
Slain (Capt.i William H. Blair,
Highlighting the ceqtemony will
* be addresses by Governor Fran-
ais K. Newcomer, Lt'. Oen. Wil-
r M M Mo.is.- 1 tr -rmmwnadil_

The ocietty Uo uood TwlUw- am Iu. r. rriM .1 ox. -%mmm-
Ship lI Colon Is orgam i a er a Chief Caribbean C-iO-
danC-e-7St. 7 at the Club ia- in and Col. Sanfort J. Good-
t .l.the Jamalea Hurricane man, Commanding Offlear, ,th.
d. < AAA Oroup. -
Pra Lond-a it isto r.porl., cI' o l at. it.i
the .tlibop ofA Jamay. R. R.. Caribb an, will prw -
Basa abt1 h!a I back i to utk I rsdiA
Ks'a ttl AAltte as its. "1 .
contrti n to-lat appeal fl Rev. R enaid H. Goodea.
t bahn i fand. . of the INa' IY ItII
mRlrtir at pauat Cat4l,. wm
.m4 OB% M ISgaleshe Bendicatta.

UN" Sends Reds Dual Offer

To Continue Peace


Sjer-Secret Atomic Arms Due

or Further Nevada Testing

SWASHINGTON, Aug. 29 (UP) The Atomic Energy
Commission announced today that a new series of super-secret
teSts involving atomic and conventional explosives will be held
"in the near future" at its Las. Vegas, Nev., proving grounds.

WHile the Commission did not
elaborate for security reasons,
the *prlments apparently will
be dalined to improve further
the treamlined". atomic charg-
es fr artillery shells and guid-
ed amlles that were involved
lt earlier Nevada tests.
It this is the case, it means
a Commission is a long step
job:er the development of ato-
m6 l weapons which can be used
agait enemy troops in the
fielt to supplement powerful
new A-bomb attacks on hostile
cities and industrial centers.
In this connection, Chairman
Joseph C. O'Mahogany, D.,
WYO., of the Senate Military
appropriations S u beommittee
said only Monday that science
is arming American fighting
men' with weapons "not even
imagined during World War II."

Cnriser O'Nggins

I n Balboa;

a )
llean cruise, O'Hig-
gins, flying the flag of Vice Ad-
miral Immanuel Holger Torrem,
docked at pier 18. Balboa, 3 p.m.
yesterday afternoon as sched-
Captain Donald Melntyre Is
commanding officer of the 0'-
Higgins, which Is the former
US8 Brooklyn. This fighting
cruiser has a standard displace-
ment of 9,700 tons: an overall
length of 608 feet. 4 Inches; and
a beam of 61 feet. Her arma-
ment consists of fifteen 6-inch
.47 caliber rifles, eight 5-inch
.25 caliber dual purpose guns,
plus many anti aircraft bat-
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
soe, Commandant of the 15th
Naval District, accompanied by
Brigadier General Emil C. Kiel,
Commandingd General, Carib-
bean .Air Command; Colonel R.
R. Conner, Chief of Staff, Car-
ibbean Air Command; Colonel
P. D. Coates, commanding of-
ficer, Albrook Air Force Base;
Lieutenant General William H.
H. Morris, Jr.. Commander in
Chief. Caribbean Command, re-
presented by his naval Aide.
LCDR Wills, USN. other Naval
and Air Force officers, and the
I. S. Air Force Band met the
O'Higgins as she slid into her
berth while an Air Force heli-
copter buzzed around overhead.

Collector Won't Take

Bodies For Payment

Of Bak come Tax
NEW ORLEAN8, Aug. 29 (UP)
-Internal Revenue collector
Charles A. Donnelly said today
that he intends to get every
cent of back income taxes he
can out of Undertaker J. Trosper
Willie. but be wll never stoop
to seizing Wille's three cada-
Willie was Indicted by a Fed-
eral Grand jury on a charge
of operating a fake under-
takers' college. The jury accus-
ed him of charging instru-
ments, books and tuition to the
Veterans' Administration, which
his students never got.
The students said they got
neither books nor schooling.
Then Donnellv filed a claim on
Willie for $33,000 in back in-
come taxes. Willie said he
didn't have the money.
Donnelly's agents, searching
Willie's funeral home before
pardlocking It, for federal sale.
found three Negro cadavers.
which he had been keeping for
his students rP,,ettee on.
The dada* Don nellv said.
have an aeft market value.
but the W Ae gi111 not
take advant f it,.
I will 3H i a human
body for .ta Denellv said.
I am gaing tq arrange to
have WilM tap -tbhese cada-
vers to mortuary
school M dagwe them for
an accepted m e,

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Britain Slops Up

Lethal Production

Of Secret Weapons
LONDON, Aug. (UP) Brit-
ain disclosed officially today that
she has stepped up her secret
weapons development into a pro-
gram so lethal "it tak6s a mad-
man even to order them."
The rocket testing range at
thrown open to British compan-
ies for field tests of newly de-
signed weapons.
British companies have lately
been urging that they be permit-
ted to test and talk about some
of their latest weapon designs.
They have been hampered in
this by a lack of tet facilities in
Crowded Britain and the secrecy
bans which have tightened since
4w KRoaun wag broke out.

Barkley Says Truman

Would Win Election

if He Runs Again
Aug. 29 (UP) Vice President
Alben Barkley said here yester-
day that President Truman would
have no difficulty in winning a
reelection if he decides to run
Barkley that he is in no posi-
tion to speak for Truman but
that "his record Is so impres-
sive and his foreign policy so
sound that the country would
support him if he decides to
seek reelection."
Barkley didn't say whether he
himself intends to run again al-
though he remarked that "at the
age of 73 I still feel physically
fit to remain in politics."
In an address to 400 leaders of
the Michigan Democratic party
attending a strategy conference
here, Barkley also said that Se-
cretary of State Dean Acheson
han "been hounded by men who
are unworthy to lace his shoes."
He concluded, "In my 40 years
in the capital I have known of
no more' loyal or conscientious
secretary of state than Mr. Ache-

Ecosoc Group

Finally Agrees

On Materials

The ECOSOC committee grud-
gingly "settled" days of wrang-
ling over adequate representa-
tion on the International Mate-
rials Conference this morning by
finally passing a compromise re-
solution proposed by Panama
Delegate Julio Ernesto Heurte-
The debate on "better" repre-
sentation on the IMC opened last
week with Argentina's Dr. Ovidio
Schiopetto spearheading the de-
mand for a change in the pres-
ent setup and United States' Wil-
lis C. Armstrong insisting that
the Latin American countries
were already well protected and
that the makeup of the IMC
could not be revised.
The debate continued off and
on and was postponed temporar-
ily yesterday when U.S. Assistant
Secretary of State for Inter-
American Affairs, Edward Miller,
echoed Armstrong's stand, but
the discussion was resumed a-
gain in the afternoon.
The arguing carried though a
night session up to 1:;3 a.n. to-
day, in a meeting where the dq-
legates shed coats and ties. roll
ed ulp thilr sleeves and smoked
cigarettes chain style.
'Phe session broke up at that
hour so that the delegates could
get some sleep and they started
again at 8:30 this morning.
The agreement was finally
reached when Argentina figura-
tively "threw in the towel."
Panama's proposal called for
the American states to "take all
measures conducive to having at
all times.just and adequate rep-
resentation within the present
and future structure of the IMC."
The chairman of the working
group, Guatemala's Alfonso Bau-
er Pais, on finishing reading the
final draft, said smilingly, "Well,
we know Argentina won't be sat-
isfied but something is better
than nothing."
Schlopetto made one last state-
ment, saying he regretted having
argued so long for more adequate
representation on the IMC and
repeated: "Of course, I don't
think we have achieved much
Then he added: "But we came
to the conference with a spirit of
cooperation and since we have
labored for unanimity I will not
insist any further."


TOKYO, Aug. 29 (UP) The United Nations today
made a double bareHed offer to the Reds to continue the
Kaesong ceasefire talks.
While listening posts throughout the Far East tuned
to Communist radios, waiting for the Red reaction, Unit-
ed Nations planes mounted a dawn to dark attack on
rail lines in North Korea, hampering the Red buildup of
their battleline.
The United Nations twin offer consisted of:
(1) A mild statement by United Nations Supreme
Commander General Matthew Ridgway turning down
Communist demands but saying "When you are prepar-
ed to terminate the suspension of the armistice negotia-
tions I will direct my representatives to meet with yours."
(2) A later statement from Ridgway's public infor-
motion office saying: "The United Nations Command is
prepared to continue negotiations."


72 Marooned GIs

Rescued By 'Copier

Near Imjin River
MUNSAN. Korea, Aug. 29 (UP)
-United Nations helicopters to-
day rescued 72 marooned sol-
diers in two dramatic operations
round the swollen Imjin River.
A 58-man United Nations pa-
trol in Communist territory on
the north side of the river was
lifted to the safety of the United
Nations lines after floods wash-
ed out a pontoon bridge across
the river.
Ea"lle*, hard .wotlBig bettOe -
ter pilots saved 14 army engin-
eers from a section of the dam-
aged bridge.
The engineers had only three
inches of piling left to stand on
when four helicopters appeared
and hoisted the stranded men to
safety two at a time.

Message Balloons
Alarm Communist
Officials, Police
MUNICH, Aug. 29 (UP) -Mes-
sage-carrying balloons drifting
over Czechoslovakia have brought
"hope to all anti-Communist ele-
ments" and made Communists
and police nervous, officials of
Radio Free Europe said here to-
Earlier this month the private-
ly-financed "Crusade for Free-
dom" launched 9,000 large plas-
tic and rubber balloons on the
eastward winds. They carried
nine' million messages from the
free citizens of the West to the
Czech people.
RFE officials said that ten re-
cent refugees from Czechoslova-
kia. including seven members of
the Agricultural brigade, who
slipped over the border reported
that the balloon campaign "had
made Communist officials and
police nervous."

Both these messages were ob-
vious efforts to end the series of
communications b e t'w e e n the
United Nations and Red com-
manders which had been grow-
ing increasingly insulting and
getting nowhere.
The same conciliatory spirit
was not found over North Ko-
Along the Manchurian border
in the far northwest 20 United
States Sabres clashed briefly
with an estimated 40 Migs.
Neither side scored any hits.
The attacks on the Reds' rail
supply lines were concentrated
chiefly along a 45-mile stretch
of main line from Pyongyang
north to Kunurt.
United Nations air force and
Unit States Marine f t
ed or da eaged in there
work 51 railroad cars, three loco-
motives, one bridge, and to have
cut the lines in 43 places.
In ground fighting United Na-
tions soldiers stormed the last
Communist-held hill on Bloody
Ridge, on the east coast.
In the fight for this ridge the
Reds are estimated to have lost
8,905 killed and wounded.

Tanks, Soldiers

On Maneuvers

Alarm Civilians

Tanks were lurking along
Fourth of July Avenue today
In an Army practice training
maneuver which caused a
number of inquiries at The
Panama American office.
Although it was announced
yesterday that the 45th Re-
con Battalion would conduct
this exercise In the Canal
Zone area, adjacent to Pana-
ma City, people were wonder-
ing whether an "alert" had
been called.
USARCARIB Headquarters
said that there would be "no
civilian participation" even
though the maneuver would
take place in a non-military

By Hindi Diamond
If you happen to tune in short
wave tonight and hear that a
"mystery ship" Is lurking near
the Canal, ready to blow un the
locks don't you believe lT.
The "dangerous" vessel in
question is a poor, harmless car-
go boat, name of Santa Monica.
It is hardly in condition to load
carko, much le\-s blow up the Ca-

Flying a Peruvian flag. It limp-
ed into outer anchorage Aug. 6,
and has been sitting there ever
Yesterday afternoon the Exe-
cutive Secretary of the Panama
Cankl Company, received an ur-
gent call from Washington. He
conversed with Jack Brooks of
the National Broadcasting Com-
pa-ny for about 10 minutes.
It seems Brooks had heard of
a "dangerous sub" that he want-

ed to report to Canal authorities
to investigate immediately. The
molehill had certainly reached
the immense proportions of a
It all started in Buenaventura
when the Santa Monica signed
up a new crew of 21 men, skip-
pered by 60-year-old Captain
Erich Hanke (a former German
and now a naturalized Peruvian'
and headed for Panama in the

hopes of landing a contract to
load cement.
They had heard that Cemento
Panama needed transportation
to San Salvador.
Actually, no written contract
had been made, according to a
Cemento Panama official.
He said they did have 500,000
sacks of cement ready to be ship-
ped to San Salvador's port of La
Union but since the Santa Mon-
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TERE DISHEARTENED CREWMEN tell their tale of woe to
a Panama American photographer. They say they haven't.
left the ship since Its arrival thhe weeks ago.

THE FORLORN SANTA MONICA sits in the outer a
off Flamenco Island, awaiting some word as to IteS.


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Great White Fleet

New Orleans Service


8.8. Fiador Knot ............................ Aug. 21
8.8. Levers Bend .............. ...........Aug. 31
S.S. Chriqui ..............................Sept. 2
S.S. Mayarl ..................... ............. .Sept. 14.
S.S. Chiriqui ............................... Sept. 1
(Mndl befrigratd Chall ed MM Genera Caus)

New York Freight Service Crlst6bal
S.S. Cape Avinof ...........................e..pt. 1
S.S. Cape Cumberland ......................Sept. 9
S.S. Cape Cod .................................Sept. 15
S.S. Cape Ann .................................Sept. 23

Weekl Sailnss to N New ork, L Angeles, Oa nFamebm seta*
Oeeaslonal saing. to New Orlims ueand M SM
(Tbe Steamers to this Mrvice an Ulted to twelve pMasgem)
Frequent Freight Slaings trom Cristobal to WMet Comst Central Americ
Crist6bal to New Orleans. via A riv

Tela, Honduras


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

Accepting Passengers For



Tel. Crist6bal 1781 Balboa 1065


S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ........Due Crist6bal Sept. 5th
S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" ..........Due Crist6bal, Sept. 12th

S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA" ...... Sails Crist6bal, Sept. 3rd
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" ...........Sails Crist6bal, Sept. 10th

M.S. "ANCHOR HITCH"............. Due Balboa, Sept. 9th
*S.S. "SANTA ADELA".............Due Balboa, Sept. 14th

M.S. "GUNNER'S KNOT"..........Sails Crist6bal, Sept. 6th
*Balboa Only.

Crist6bal 2144 2135 Panama 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1507 2159



Visiting Tourist
Entertains at El Rancho
An impromptu concert of se-
mi-classical music was heard
last night by patrons of 21 Ran-
cho when Miss Ruby Green, a
contralto, sang, accompanied by
organist Hans Janowitz. She was
greeted with enthusiastic ap-
plause by the surprised patrons,
and later told The Panama Ame-
rican reporter that she was a
professional singer for many
years, and "couldn't stay away"
when she saw the mike. Miss
Green is leaving Friday on the
S.S. Cristobal.
Group of Georglans
Visiting Metlodist Missions
A group of 20 Georgians, com-
posed largely of Emory Univer-
.sity students, left Miami by Pan
American World Airways Clipper
this week for a two-week tour of
Cuba. In addition to studying
the work of Methodist missions,
the group will observe cultural
9nd living conditions in the va-
rious provinces of the Island.
S.S. Cristobal
Advance Passenger List
The, SJ3. Cristobal will leave
the Isthmus Friday with a load
of 169 passengers, according to
the advance passenger list from
the Panama Line offices at Bal-
boa Heights.
Among the passengers on this
sailing will be Colonel William C.
Knott, Superintendent of Colon
Hospital; Elmer B. Oberg, who
retired In July as Postal Inspec-
tor; and J. Rufus Hardy, Press
The complete advance passen-
ger list follows:
David L. Albritton; Miss Phyl-
lis J. Albritton; Mr. and Mrs.
Camillus T. Askew; Alberto At-
tia; and Dr. and Mrs. Samuel D.
Mrs. Alice Baker; Jacob C. Ba-
ker; Mr. Francis E. Bell; Mer-
rittJ. Bender; Mr. and Mrs.
Mirt Bender; Burton J. Benoit;
Boyd M. Bevington. Jr.; Alberic
Blais; Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bor-
den; Miss Gloria E. Bornefeld;
and Mr. and Mrs. Carl G.
Mrs. Billie C. Carroll; Mr.
and Mrs. Mario Carvajal and 2
children; Mrs. Helen B. Chil-
dress; Mr. and Mrs. Roger L.
Chisolm and son; Robert I. Cof-
fey; Miss Colleen Conner; Mrs.
Carolyn E. Compton and daugh-
ter; and Miss Carmen C. Cua-
srC Virgil A. Daniel; Mr. and
Mrs. Roger L. Deakins and 2
children; Miss Mary M. Devine;
Mrs. Abigail de Dies; Miss Paula
Dgya', ohn J. Dudak; Mrs.
Ba[bha B. Edgington; and Paul
A. ~ugelke.
Mr. and Mrs. Winfield F.
Fearn; Mrs. Adeline G. Ford;
Terence G. Ford; Mr. and Mrs.
Philp'M. Francoeur and 4 chil-
dren; Miss Jessie Mae Gill; Mrs.
Lor'PttA Geddes. John W. Goel-
sen; Miss Leticla Gomez; Miss

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8:15-C ross Country, U. S. A.
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8:45-Jam Session (VOA)
9:00-Meet Eleanor Roosevelt
9:30-Commentator's Di g e st
9:45-aports Tune of Day and
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10:15-Musical Interlude
10:30-Take It From Here (BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Not
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z4ane 6omes; Miss Ruby Green;
Mr. Mrs. Hugh D. ale and
duger; Charles S. Hammock;
Frk Haason; and Mr. and Mrs.
J. RUfus Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Irwin;
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford B. Jones;
Mrs. Jean H. Keating; Myles J.
Keating; Mrs. Catherine Kerru-
lsh; Frank Kimball; Colonel and
Mrs. William C. Knott and son;
Ernesto Kohn; Mr. and Mrs.
Leon A. Koperski; Richard J.
Koperski; Mr. and Mrs, 'Robert
W. Lawler; Mr. and Mrs. Clyde
J. Loro; and Dr. and Mrs. Mil-
ton W. Lyons.
Frank J. Maguire; Miss Ann
H. Mallan; Miss Mary S. Mallah;
Miss Claire Marshall; Miss Mary
A. McCoy; Lewis F. McElroy;
Mrs. Alfreda McGrew; Miss Elva
McKee; Mr. and Mrs. Allen K.
Miller and 2 children; Mr. and
Mrs. Lorus J. Milne; Carlton R.
Millnowski; E. Stewart Morn-
hinweg; Warren W. Morse; Mi-
chael H. Murray; and Ernest P.
Aaron Nathanson; Mrs. Bes-
sie P. Norton; Elmer B. .Oberg;
Burt W. Page; Gaspar de Pare-
des; Jos6 M. Paynter; William
Peare; Thomas C. Peterson; Mr.
and Mrs. Albert H. Plumer;
Elmer W. Price; Mr. and Mrs.
John W. Prim and 2 children;
and Mr. and Mrs. John M. Pur-
vis and son.
Mss Florence Rall; Mrs. Flo-
rence K. Redmond and daugh-
ter; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W.
Redmond; Mrs. Frankle Robins;
Ivan Romero; Mr. A. Romero;
Mrs. Thyrza V. Russon; and Jo-
seph P. Ryan.
Mrs. Luisa C. Salazar; Miss
Ruth iamlson; George A. Sau-
sel; Mrs. Schaechter; John
Schuler; Rueben Seidman; Mrs.
Helen L. Smith; Walter R.
Smith; and Mr. and Mrs. Mc-
Duffle Spivey. Jrr and 2 children.
INeyle C. Theriault; Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis J. Thompson; Mr.
and Mrs. Chester C. Turck; Miss
Marcia Warhoft; Miss Virginia
A. Welch; Mrs. Ana Welti; Geo.
K. Withers; Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry M. Witt and daughter; and
Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Wolf.
Mr. and Mrs. Arno Zeese; Mr.
Marcy H. Carpenter;. Miss Joan
Matalon; Miss Semha Matalon;
Max Robert Matalon; and Mor--
ris Matalon.

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9:30-As I See It
10:05--Off the Record
11:05-Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30-Meet the Band I
12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30- Popular Music
1 :15-Personality Parade
2:00-Call for Les Paul
2:15-Date for Dancing
2:30--Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-American Debut
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Let's Dance
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15--Negro Spirituals
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:15.-Evening Salon
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SOf s- pecialttereat to members the extradition fromthe itin kindergarten through grade noon, September 5.
wil+ be on the Annual ed States of the two former se-
W ASHl IN G H C9ag(UP iSln or a ctitItil l the ecauitve Board held murdering their ommanding
tone d fmoded1that 4 2 AugustI. officer behind the enemy lines E WILBALDY
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The nt P isled te Tank have been former sergeantCarlo LaPREPARING OUR
Whi t O A CHARLES, La., Aug. 29 that Dixon, Norton and George stand trial here for the slaying
(UP)-Attorney General BolVar had complained the could nvet North Italy of Major William
Hewed in and out in Wss tho five minutes and o"" E. KeMp agid yesterday that he get their hands on air records. tor-of Panama. V. Holohan chief of their e-sSA
Sf newspaperman the PA after the renchnder front a Wasington Uni- Strategic Services. WHICH STARTS ON FRIDAY
1 s"o t diW". rbdown. ., who were indicted on charges of ground. versity a 1A and served his in-
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to|Investigate gambling fn olio 00. 1932 and 1933, pecteld to acie quickly, If at all.
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fet Dean Acheon Acheson. wo has warnd that The grand jury aso indicted Cbef of the Tuberculosis Section
will put the stand in blunt- he. intend to g6 intoa thorough onchargeof "defamaton," Er- of Gorgas Hospital and advisorSE
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Atlantic Side Invitational

Has Prizes For Everyone
The Chrysler Plymouth InvitatinRal Tournament
which opens this coming week-end at the Brasos Brook
Golf Club promises to be about the biggest thing for At-
lantic Side golfers in many a moon.
The prize list is most attractive and guarantees some-
thing for every single entry. There are no less than
fourteen Sterling Silver prizes which will be divided be-
tween the low medalist for the 18 hole qualifying round
on September 1st or 2nd, and for the subsequent win-
ners and defeated finalists in the first five flights.
Prizes of merchandise will be awarded, to the winners
and runpers-up in all the additional flights.
Special prizes include a credit of $400.06 towards the
purchase of any Chrysler or Plymouth Automobile for
every hole in one and for each eagle on the par 4 holes
and this prize is transferable. There is also a transfer-
able $50.00 credit towards the purchase of ay used car
from Powell's Garage this goes to the golfer who gets
the most birdies in the first 36 holes of play. Further-
more there is a $25.00 transferable credit for merchandise
or service at Powell's Garage for the player accomplish-
ing the highest total of birdies dgritL the entire tourna-
ment on numbers 4. 8, 15 and 18 holes.
There will be additional spot prises for those golf-
ers who fail to win any of the abovementioned prices.
Finally, Mr. Howard Finnegan, Atlantic Side Agent for
Cbrysler-Plymouth will give every person who enters this
tournament a brand new high-grade golf blli.
Entries are welcome from all residents of the Atlantic
Side. Just declare your intention to play to Joe Barbaro,
Brazos Brook pro, at any time on Sept. 1st or 2nd.

Riley Brothers Featured In

sf so Tournament Semifinals
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* This week's Esso Tournament night by pro Anibal Macarr6n
Ginifinal matches at the Pana- and are as follows:
man Golf Club will feature the FIRiT FLIGHT
&-4oc Mitten-George Riley and Herb Mitten vs. George Riley;
_J8y Beeson-Jim Riley clashes. Billy Beeson vs. Jim Rirey.
' The "Doc" and Jim Riley are SECOND FLIGHT
,favored to win their matches. Rent Estripeaut vs. Harvey
However. 15-year-old Billy the Beall; Lul Arango vs. Rey Valdes.
youngest player in the tourna- THIRD FLIGHT
._ment will be a sentimental fa- Rafael de Mena vs. R. M. Gold-
-vorite. en; Stanton Brown vs. T. A. Clis-
z airings were released Ias t bee; E. Powell vs. L. H. Watson;
Ant. Miranda vs. B. Medilger.
Along The FairwayS .Paul Moran vs. Paul Fulk Bol-
ivar Vallarino vs. J. A. Curtis; D.
A lot of golf has been whacked Kenna va. Halligan; R. Billings
out since your last "Fairways" vs. P. Barnett.
column, and all interesting too!
Here's the progress of things in I X C i
general, the 19th hole gossip you B lXM n OmI MISSIOn
will be interested in. Approves
First, the Gamboa champion- Approves Thompson,
shIp matches have progressed to
the finals with some pretty start- h ae II l
ling action that this column re- Chocolate II Bout
fused to predict on either way. The Panama Boxing Commis-
Two toss-ups as we reported sion last night approved the pro-
resulted In "Cactus" Latham gram presented by Promoter Car-
eeking out a 1 up victory over the los Delvalle featuring L o u is
capable Harry Hart and Ray Eu- Thompson against Chocolate II
per clipping 'Darn That Caddy's in a ten-round main event at the
Hide" Jankus 2 and 1. Panama National Gym Sept. 9.
--This will throw Ray versus La- Two six-rounders--a semifinal
tham for the championship fin- and a special-plus a four-round'
als on the coming week end. And preliminary will round out the
with no real knack for this busi- star-studded card.
ness. we'll risk a slight edge in Thompson, unbeaten as a pro,
Latham's favor here, just to see will be shooting to extend his
how it turns out. winning streak an dprove his
Ot the other hand. same club, right to v shot at the 135-pound
the Junior Men's Tournament title held by Wilfredo Brown.
unwound itself to a smooth start In the semifinal, Leonel Peral-
In Monday's first round with no ta--who dropped his last two
upsets yet. With Sandy Hinkle fights to Thompson by a kayo
of Fort Amador shaping, out as and a decision-will be striving
the man to beat on the local to climb back into the ranks of
course, the Gamboa boys faced main bout fighters. Peralta is
their stiff competition with the now being handled by Aubrey
following results: Woodruff.
Championship Flight: The complete program:
David Henderson over Butch Main Bout (10 rounds) 131 lbs.
Hope 8 and 6: Jeff Goodin over Louis Thompson vs. Chocolate II
John Maeee in a well fought Semifinal (6 rounds) 136 lbs.
match of 6 and 5: Dick Gramlich Leo. Peralta vs. Beto Scantlebury
over Dick Shobe 5 and 4; and Special (6 rounds) 126 lbs.
Sandy Hinkle over Jim Suddaby Victor Ardines vs. Lupe Pancho
In an easy 9 and 8 Preliminary (4 rounds) 11S Ibs.
In the first flight: c Al Marshall vs. Melanio Pacheco
Ronnie Bauman over Don Huff
6 and 4; Jimmv Morris over Al CAPTAIN-S CONTRACT
Hope 6 and 4: Kenny Morris over NEW YORK. (NEA)-Capt.
Jimmy Driscoll 1 up;: Jimmy Des Dick McGuire of the New York
Londes over Jim Richardson 9 Knickerbockers of the National
and 8 Basketball Association signed
Semi finals are scheduleuled for his third professional contract.
today with early reports showing --__n h ---
Sandy Hinkle in over Gramlich SPEEDY SPARTAN
in a close 2 and 1 and Jimmy Des EAST LANSING, Mich. (NEA)
Londes in over Kenny Morris 2 Fastest mile in Collegiate
and 1. ranks last season was Warren
Finals, scheduled for Friday. Druetzler's 4:088 for Michigan
will appear in Saturday's Pana- State and the NCAA champion-
ma American. ship.

Kid Gavilan. Deends


Championship At NY. Tonight
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Cuban Hawk 135 Favorite

To Whip Irish Billy Graham
By United Pross
NIoW VORK, A". 29 Welteqsigt Chimp n'
Kid Gavil6 vill a6ake his first title defel~ eni kt age' t
ii1~ry ~rghi - 9 glenger forad w qpg hiby the N4w
York !exiin' Comigssion.

American League
TEAMS- Won Lost Pet. G. B.
Cleveland.. 80 46 .S5 -
New York. 79 47 .627 1
Boston .. 73 51 .589 6
Chicago. . 69 57 .548 11
Detroit . 59 66 .472 20!1
Washington 52 72 .419 7
Philadelphia 51 77 .398 30
St. Louis 38 85 .409 40'2
Today's Games
Washington at Cleveland.
Philadelphia at Chicago.
Boston at Detroit.
New York at St. Louis (N).
Yesterday's Results
NIGHT GAME (Ten Innings)
New York ............ 7
St. Louis.. .... .... .. 5
Philadelphia.......... 0
Cleveland ............ 1
NIGHT GAME (Ten Innings)
Washington .......... 3
Chicago ............ 4
Boston 000 110 200-4 9 3
Detroit 021 000 02x-5 7 0
Parnell (15-101,. Kinder and
Moss; Cain, Bearden, White (2-3)
and Swift.

National League
TEAMS,- Won Lost Pet. G. I.
Brooklyn . o9 4 .640 -
New York.. 75 52 .591 6
Boston . 62 61 .504 17
Philadelphia 63 64 .496 18
St. Louis 59 62 .488 19
Cincinnati 54 72 .429 261/
Chicago. . 53 71 .427 26,j
Pittsburgh 54 73 .425 27
Today's Games
Chicago at Boston (N).
St. Louis at Philadelphia (N).
Cincinnati at Brooklyn.
Pittsburgh at New York.
Yesterday's Results
Cincinnati ........... .
Brooklyn ............ 3
St. Louis ........ .... 2
Philadelphia.......... 0
Chicago ...... ...... 1
Boston .............. 0
Pittsburgh 000 000 020-2 3 0>
New York 000 00 000-0 5 3
Pollet (5-10) and Garagiola,
McCullough; Jones (4-10), Koslo,
Kennedy and Yvars.

Playground Sports
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Margarita "A" 35, Aneon "A" 29
Ancon "B" 26, Cristeoal 5
Ancon "C" 17, Cristohal "C" 12
Ancon "D" 54, Margarita "D" 10
Cristobal "E" 38, Gamboa "E" 17
The Pacific side champions
(with Ancon representing four of
the five teams) met the Atlantic
side winners in the 191 Junior
Basketball Tournament on Fri-
day, Aug. 24th, at the Cristobay
The Cristobal "E" League de-
feated the Gamboans 38-17 in a
well played tiff in the first game.
John Burgess racked up-15 points
as the high scorer of the game.
Ancon trounced Margarita by a
score of 54-10, in the "D" League.
Ancon's teamwork was an out-
standing feature of the day while
Angstadt and Reyes were high
scorers with 15 and 14 points re-
The "C" League game was won
by Ancon with. a score of 17-12
over Cristobal. This was also a
well played ball game and was
close all the way. Rigby, of An-
con. was high man with nine
The most exciting game of the
day was between Ancon and
Cristobal "B" Leagues. Ancon
won by a close margin, 26-25.
Quezada of Cristobal was high
Scorer with 14 points; followed by
Lederer of Ancon with 10 points.
The final game of the after-
noon was a close and well fought
contest with Margarita "A"
League winning over Ancon 35-
29. Aleguas of Margarita was
high point man of the day with
20 points.
Margarita "A"-FG FT PF TP
Aleguas...... 7 6 1 20
Whitlock ..... 1 2 1 4
Reed .... .... 0 0 5 0
Robinson .... 4 1 4 9
Sterns .... .. 0 0 2 0
Ponder.... ..0 0 0 0
Wood .... .. 0 0 0 0
Ray .. .....1 0 0 0
Totals. .. .. .. 13 9 13 35
Ancon "A"- FG FT PF TP
Roy ........ 2 5 4 9
Capwell...... 3 1 5 7
Rowley .... .. 3 1 3 7
Ramirez..... 1 4 4 2
Liderer.... .. 1 1 2 3
Aeron ...... 0 1 4 1
teoe .... ..0 0 3 0
ansen.... .. 0 0 3 0
Totals....... 0 9 28 29
Ancon 'B"- FC rT PF TP
Lederer...... 1 8 5 10
Montovani.. 0 0 5 0
Fogey .... .. 0 9 0 0

Menzel ......
Lomedico ....
Totals. ......

Cristobal "B"-
E. Smith .. .
D. Smith ...
Robinette ...
uezada ...
oscoe,. .. ..
Chin .......

Totals ....


Ancon "C"- FG
Lombana .... 1
Rodriguez .... 2
Reyes........ 2
Rigby........ 2
Bacot ... .. 0
Woods .... .. 0
Bright ...... .0
Johnson ..... 0
Totals .... .. 5
Cristobal "C"- FG
Lessard...... 1
Perez ....... 1
Doyle. ...... 0
Chin ........ 0
Palumbo ..... 0
Blakeley ..... 1
Smith ....... 0
Totals ....... 3

Ancon "D"-
Reyes ....
Leslie . .
Mead .. ..
Nahmad. .
Totals ..

.. 5

.. 6
.. 1
.. 3

.. 23

Margarita "D"-FG
Gibson ...... 0
French .. .... 1
Rankin ...... 1
Preiss. .. 0. ..
Bermett .. .. 0
Bath .. .. 0
Perkins .. .. 0

Totals. ....

Cristobal "E"--
Sasso.. ......
J. Burgess.. ..
E. Pabon ....
W. Craig ....
Crawford ....
Humphreys. ..

EW E ( ((VP)-
WelterweighrwN% V will
have a quarter weight
advante;e he ede ds his
II*J, t f to-
night it n e Gar-
I4U. GayiWla we he in at
1461-i lns 145:
It's doubtful if Gavyan would
have consented t Graham o(
New York as his initial ch,1lleng-
er at Madison Square Garden
were it not for his agreement
with the commission.
Surely a lea dangerous chal-
lenger could be found in the 147-
pound cla than the New York
Irishman who had divided hon-
ors with Gavilan in two previous
non-title engagmpente.
The eod14-nU101 aWe stick-
in to IAhe sO md Irding
wIt thue er lRo a tponight's
welrweig t ehapplnship
The bos who set the price have
tabbed Kid Gavilan a solid (13-
to-5) favorite over handsome
8illy Graham in their 15-round
title scrap. It wll be the rubber
match between the Cuban bolo
thrower and the Neo Yorker,
each having taken a split deci-
alon last year.
Graham is confident he can
keep the current string of upsets
roUllng because he is the stronger
finisher. In both previous fights
with Qavilan, it was Graham who
was doing most of the leather
throwing in the closing rounds.
This wn be the first 'time Gra-
ham has tried to go 15 rounds,
but he says the extra five ses-
sions will be to his advantage.
Gavilan has gone 15 rounds
twice-while losing to Robinson

when Sugar R 'y was welter-
weight C4app m when winning
the crown in a bout with Johnny
rratton. Graham has never been
knocked offli feet. Gavilan waq
floored by tk, Williams, but nev-
er kayoed.
GrabOtn sheers at the famous
"bolo. uqaeh" of O vilan.
"The punch p nothing but bo-
lo-ney," says iVly: "It's just
something to ip the judges
and never hurts anybody."
S avilnt promnes to make Gra-
ham eat those word.
"I will knock him out," says
the Cuban Hawk, "Pad I'll do it
with the hboo puaOh."
SGvi0gha igt ays he has an-
other uew puc--te aiRrplane
pqipeh, 1f4i 4 iw the bolo
except ils Trown overhand.
Some observers believe Gra-
ham will be ring ruty as he has
had only one ught this year, a
tune-up again ill Jenkins the
ninth of twis month. Gavilan,
who has won 10 in a row, has
fought sevep times this year.
Neither hs a particularly dan-
gerous knockout punch. Gavllan
has scored 20 knockouts in 89
boeta while Graham has a rec-
ord of 24 kayoes in 103 pro bouts.
The International Boxing Club
expects a crowd of some 9,000 for
tonight's boout and gate of
$45,010. Another $55,000 will be
chipped into the kitty for radio
and television rights (to CBS).
Another champion had a rough
go of it Monday night in Mil-
waukee. Featherweight Kin
Sandy Saddler dropped a split
decision to Paddy De Marco who
avenged a ninth round kayo at
the hands of the New Yorker two
years ago. Saddler will defend
against Willie Pep in New York
on Sept. 24.

Kennedy's Home Run Gives

Indians 10 Win Over A's

NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (UP)-A
homer by outfielder Bob Keinpe-
dy gave the Cleveland Indians'
Early Wynn a five-hit 1-0 victory
over the Philadelphia Athletics
last night to allow the Indians to
maintain their one-game margin
over the New York Yankees.
Kennedy's home run was the
118th of the year for Cleveland,
keeping the club just one behind
the Yankees who lead the league
with 119.
Wynn. pitching his 15th victo-
ry, barely shaded Sam Zoldak
who lost a four-hitter. It was his
fourth defeat by his ex-mates-
two by 1-0 scores.
The Yankees kept pace by
winning a ten-innig scrap 5at
St. Louis, 7-5, in which Joe Pt-
Maggio drove home the win-
ning rTu with the bases loaded
with e ig folh ly. A sgkle by.
CharliS 6lvert provided the
extra run.
Tommy Byrne caused his own
downfall x- y walking 13 batterh..
The Yankees' ace Vic Raschi waS
batted out after blowing a 5-1
lead when the Browns scored
three times in the eighth-two
on a single by Matt Batts.
In other Ameiican League con-
tests, the Chicago White Sox
downed the Washington Senators
4-3 in the tenth on a double by
Ray Coleman as Harry Dorilh
pitched eight-hit ball for his
fourth win while in Detroit the
Tigers topped the Boston Red
Sox, 5-4. George Kell drove in the
tying and winning runs in the
eighth with a single.
The 16-game winning streak of
the New York Gints-the long-

J. Palumbo... 1 0 0 2
Totals. ......15 8 17 3
Gamboa "E"- FG FT PF 1
Morris ...... 0 2 3 2
J. Crawford... 0 0 1 0
peterson..... 3 3 5 9
oetse... .... 2 1 2 5
Onodgrass .... 0 1 3 1
Ilakely...... 0 0 0 0
0. Crawford .. 0 0 0 0
Totals..... .. 5 7 14 17


Sign Contracts

For Qct 11 Bout

NEW YORK, Aug. 29 (Ur)-
Unbeaten Reeoky Marclano and
ex-Reavyweight Champion Joe
Louis yesterday signed for an
SOet. 11 ten-found bout at the
Polo Groands in Ne wYork.
LouIs will receive 45 per cet
e aIjM~ pMtl Agate of $2,
ge I" ft 1 ,per emai,

est in the National League since
1935-ended when lefty Howard
Pollet of the Pittsburgh Pirates
won a 2-0 duel in which both of
Pittsburgh's runs in the eighth
were unearned.
Pollet pitched six-hit ball as
the Buos won on just three hits.
Errors by Eddie Stanky and Don
Mueller sent home the runs that
wound up the streak.
The Dodgers increased their
lead to six gaies with a 3-1
triumph over the Cincinnati
Reds. Clem Labtae, aking his
first starting appearane for
the Brooklyns, struck o*Y niae
batters, walked none anq gave
up only seyen hits as Duke l-
der provided him with tke Win-
ning runs on a twq-rui% ]Yhr
in the eighth-lie 2-th o the
Pitchers dominated the other
National League contests. Max
Lanler of the Cardinals shutting
out the Phillies 2-0 on a nine-
hit job in which he bested Vubta
Church while Omar "Turk" Lown
of the Chicago Cubs gave up just
four hits irn beating the Boston
Braves' rookie star Chet Nichols,
Singles by Solly Hemug, Epo0
Slaughter and Hal Rice gave -
niqr the only run needed for his
fourth straight victory in the
first inning.
Lown himself scored the win-
ning run with a fifth inning dou-
ble followed by another twd-bag-
ger off the bat of Hal Jeffcoat.
Nichols yielded only five hits In

Four Florida S

Set Fishing Records

Waters Of 'Panama '.

ol-mentleeOs o Beach Rod & Rel ub all Coral
Gables, Pa., on 19-lady trip in Panama waaer ralged 0
sailfish, a world's record dolin, and four beards. is athe
fourth time in one month a Ro4d Reeler has made a fsa record
in PanaM. Three weeks ago, three world records wee broken-two
by Harry Barton of Coral Gables, and one by J. Frank Baxter,

Photographed in the R :lboa
Lounge of 1 Panama are the
happy fishermen.
The men in the picture behind:
the beards are D. C. Btouder,
R. V. Nitzache, and C X. 3love.w
The fourth beard is not showing
because E. W. Qorham, on the
right says when he looked in the
mirror he got scared and shaved
it off. The men who had decided
against shaving whap they start-
e4 on the trip, oaU Mr, Gohm
a renegade lfor removing4 his
beard as soon as he hit the civil-
ized Hot9.1 l Panama.
Mr. Nweche c0aimso world'P
record on his dolphin v cat.
caught with a 3-thread, 9-pound
test line. The dolphin weighed
5 pound,, is 59/, inRch long. An
interesting feature of the catch
was that as soon as Nitzsche

Santa Cruz S orts

Extensive preparations are be-
ing made for the Club Gorsario's
three-day stay it Gamwboa, Aug.
31-Sept. 2. Tentative plans in-
clude dancing, softball, ipaket-
ball, dominoes, etc.
Accommodations will be made
for several groups of more than
one hundred and fifty boys and
girls to be design atet as "Coria-
rao,' "Los .. MtO. W "Qasm va, ,

Saturday, Sept. 1, Orquesta Li-
do of Colon will furnish dance
music for those gents who are
Willing to pay the small fee of,
aqventy-five cents and for those
ladies who will pay fifteen cents.
Thro ghout their stay, the vis-
itors will engage the two classi-
fications of our home town lads
in softball games. The Class U
boys list Roberts, Weeks, Scotr,
Verney and Clifton King, Donald
Sobers and many others on their
team. The Class A group has Wil-
lis Wiley, Rexford "Kid Strike-
out" Inniss, Louis Walker and
many others on the list.
Basketball gaes will be shar-
ed by Casanova, C.Y.O.. BAM, Jr.,
and ex-BAM, Jr. The Cor~arlo
girls will also meet the Gamboa
asses on the basketball courts.
Soccer and domino also play a
promininnt part in this grand
sports schedule.
10Don't fPgt go 4Wky "7-
Clua's !al 1W D o Ny toW!

hooe4 him. a ushark maro

which was th better her
Nitzsche's technique won otat-
W a hal hur bt.

a W, a s q 4h
anj or Q -a

W Jjhagyre r sen." On

Tines is rItgaea raeolrcp and
waho Tro ht a .y e _saeil.s
Nithehe sayt he iA"d ,his lnds

een in.n
Harry VW. erto, Coral GablOt
contract tor broke two 15world's e
& hr 1.
a ch. We
-it ac te e etr
3-t"rad Nine-le l. a iod 4gh-

hI. Frnk .axter of Mi xter

wh new worlough 's record sail.
Nit zche says he d U se nd

eenJimmy Cn. rter

THarry W.ic Contestral Gab
onght actor bro e w t world'se-
3-thregd line-1161/21 L h
J. Frank Saxter of Mlam 0
i new world's record

Art AregnUp set
Jiampn Jimmy rter

Terrific Contest
California lightwe Aa-
g6n staged a br, 13, thd rani 1
night to win at te-ud
cotsion over for gwlenwl orq t
Champion Jimmy 01 M in IL
non-title- bout at the lyMptff
Arag6n, 137 V2, third ran
contender for the newly orow
champ's crown, won the fight 'In
the final three rounds wheih OGr-
ter was hampered by a torrept
of blood from a badly cut right
It was s torrid battle all th
way wit Arag6n obviously Oqt
to put thIe champion away aw.
Carter oAtbooing him eX.t.v .
ly in the early going. Cartr,
1352, was a 2-to- fat0"Ite.

Genuine STUDEBAKER parts


Fenders, Radiator Core &, Tank, Crankshaft and
Bearings, Connecting Rod and Beoarings, Front.
End Suspension Parts, Shock Absorbers, Radioe,
Cadet Visors, Fog Lights.


(on automobile row)

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7 party Is over and you want to A-Cards of thb m
.aa the opponents to rab the discard alkbiggs Use iae
jr '4 *t4 dane a"?< A dR ""pile. If you and your partner all qigs so e. A
*_ _____ Ij i f l i yi a lt e fi 0la W I ^I V(n C I^ A~ a S 1 & /A^V play carefufly there Is ve y lM tle a six arc of two difte ent
_________________________a Act aci 1e, dCa C:WWTU chance of this hapenni. When The ean of the law
J. it .M. l MN. ". C. dt-' - it does, they have disrupted your you cannot ave two. as
A h"1jISves e -bo: JACKSON, Miss., Aug. 29Po t ome vernor, of being squeeze melsr
S-Mssssipl oter vote be dislike for. the B OSW JACOBY Q-What meant mlds "of o three kings wen you
i o b.BS M. g j.tween Hugh White and W Aul vdendy the same ArIank" in teooffcal haveeld ofkingsonthen.
I S T ggon, 0ad Hl . lb. yard. Johnson, Jr., for their g0wrno W of the all- laws I am told that you cannot you must add the two mel
Wlf at e a- VAamels e ere played after yesterday after an acrid runof N co of Mound Oce your aide egts control of make separate meld In the same gether and make them a
3he loUheon. campaign that has spread tur. 3ayou tI P tk election. the diseard pile your primary ob- rank, but this is not clear to me. btned meld.
-m..moil up and down the stats. Jo ed that if there jective is to ratat this control
74oe7ht m to tug wd0di I rty The Issues of "anti-Truman at TaM;i1 in the race throughout a long and pleasant ,_
t*1 Dr. ad Mrs. a6t4. Ism," Negro voting, prohibition itSl m who, he said, hand. Te opponets will try to
XfiMiWN wef ^ Gla Chen' whof Ar and Federal job asas mush- 9 abolition of the two- break t Ios e dolaiid they have
Seted from thir W9 roomed beyond the candidates th rule at the Democratic three methafd a tlr disposal.
.. r. pipa Mrrot FIrer *Innto a series of side battles convention-in 1936. The first method Is to meld out
eAarrI 6dtwo uesta t among their. renpoetive spports SotheM ,Deamocrats .have and end your picnic. You cannot
bso- pryrenT* ers, blamed wMe elorofn the two- pFe ~rr, but you d.t d av eM*hbuyodon't have
Sro 4h Clb e ro~ A z.io iff. u Athirds e i nabil ty to t T oway most po-
thtdaAwhneTrPimP* onmoe
raS oreaccar o c .s tief byhanw eambulher on a y re a n l dranse Tre ah* g e s 5 n4 n
&!e(ais gut alM I ad the htJet o so W elfare.3oar he said the les struck S ja e ao tf iengov-rb ta. j long a the \I
Snor re Medamu: Walter center on La Boc Road. ar b.ut he was not it.f Pousllo'.l. 'Ah. fitted creed di7ar4 Ie sa n going to get
S7 rrt. Alice Myers. John Qo, m. Investigated. a t ML ay ro you there no hurry
ii& Yllern raOf Atrely e. Bs Nu g "a ghI The vote is expected to ap- to 35 about takin h it. o h urr
o ir a y 'a ter o~s ran.tLewitrl. ansbel. Clftonlow-l , -,oh the record 40,774 casIt Wit M t acting of FE ATURED IN OUR WINDOW
In s rtai S-n s. John Fontaine, Ot.s n ery nursery ihool wU s In the first primary Aug. 7 when V Wrght,, Lumkin and The second way they have to
H. M r whoare having soon James Lawson, Josephine eeese, i gste*b For information White led a field of eight with mate Chairman J. break your wpntrol is to freeze
ttptsB- Sn e, 8 or come to 5271-B t iority. supper ty 0ne. Jame ee East- dfew cars and
e'i- r.. Joo cu e, a B a _Et h er S tHeessi .gh t o thb ul tsai t o asr cIQL "y o r d b ei g a ,
er H ^. HeTdann wille tender Kongablt and ihe Msea: utNanoy --- Johnson emer ed second with l-ea r. J ptll ... ,I ,,
e rna willatender Konga bWa oSor eM-ea:Na ancyt go 'he
At teasthe aton i.J Powell, Jr ANer, t So l .O after a eoe attle wth The campaign has toyol l na I
:. hamsean dse bg. lepWile TO.ni3 i CNoU | c" Lt. Gov. ram lunepln and pro- aligned -HW against section take th "e pil a inore 'N TERN-ATI0NAL
and rin Wlet. M. Dies wiU accept regitr hibitionist Ross Barnett. In v
Hosts Per Coektails ud e n nfor her nursery wuhool The Governor's race between The p.w ily News has When you have control of the STaEwR LIG N3
Mr. and Mrs.Manuel alderon Troth Announced wi to opeI on Sept. t he two avowed anti-Truman a a running feud with discard pile you should hold up m
enta e lLed oa uCaf lmnt O e ter Fsou 55 th in Cocdni. Her telephone 9emoerata wtil settle It because tKx oast resort area over your meldable erds until the op-l
wirh -a oe S'sad w islboa 19.l election Is a formalit for t prohiMt ad vice issues. pnent rore about to 5g1 out. Once Prelud is probably
nt at there aweiln d eath Bei J --- winner of the huno primary Johnen si4 he would let hte they appear to be close to out ou America's favorite sterling
Vista. "h tlG toItH ,nMsa to et in the one-party sattie. present prohibition statute should get your melds down. The y id no wonnder
Tt The sent o or, s (e ollet a boot- ..
TIy To ik i e tra eLt- eGov.hah e eln IIl e llqu.- --tougd a e i graceful hft 10_ c v, _
r hp. .eonter. im es action will be not run to succeed himself un- dry) while White said he would ... ctching the light wih
I cos Ftor eii.*ishow Qf anrsey'W S7 -R .L I NoI t1 -th -ht liuo r at u legally its gf
Sa t t a Arne e thU avlflh Club o Wed- der the State code. not oQap -freferendu on the OM4rare briltnce. And th
Mr. S aWt W ie wi toe cd n Seypt. it 7:30 p.m. White accused Johnaon, son question. aSt ify, eisitely.wrov uhl dght
evenIi to honor ati 5r. n Mrs. 4f 1W. H her i vice-pros- Toe AnrMcan Leglion has kind flowers at i trt r ti t ohe tip are W ul
L. A.1 operekat h oent. pf yt e apana Conpay ly offered the use of their new flowers t h p o
Koppak arelesn hortlytof nw Yor. d t as a aotlly meeting place the perfect climax...
imake tatheir thore In teifhRa. MNa ty is with I Amersr noena dee. Mom. Is a delicatvre crown which
Gnoo Til.e heerh- a *nt11e pae rkln s with
G all Mrs &oIVAIeaN. The reTntgkoro,! vtsg.nndes hbo.
/ lai It Altl graduiat professional nu .. dize 5ia sais
ner, ors.fbne-g lAbor DaymD, 1 envtted to attend by the presiculega tenao | a
/ n of. Ku l- willbeIno-runscehelunrthe Wies arehcoul ia. ..drdocimn dhie light. h
S4tinPr4I. lKuller0ythnd I b Spain president of the q the association. 1 *\ ^^ Jo t t tanc.Ant
son Mr.an 3011 a l, Gafi 4a Qof club. anuaunce4 ,'/ s^*P1 'f
w lt e iaaayA.g. t plaans for a "Labor Day 4tace" to Bridge Tournauent o .
the "ort Cyto Cre est 7: be held at that club Saturday Members t the mAncon-Blb |
..AreWn ow Mheld to- night, ept. i arting at cat Bridge AssociatiQ et in
-irJ!O e l it the ls a their egresr ee Itournament il"rVf o, t t
No invitations have been 9d p.m. and a ntlt of al-B-rCmn MnBy evening. These tourna- f |
S411 r f the Idl the trimmt, i som the l io e."* t a are op ae e mto the public.
A EEy NwiteCharle GerT a and his o-arceM t. Winners t the tournament
Pow to Ate i'niBsB1ranwillprod r aphr T Ma weresM ltone atn-.. .' ..oae r with

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S rn ttfterde- lor the regular monthly lunch- F ad r an m h .
WVh9TPuKe. l ubin9th'1ernatoom o (IaMtM s.reh crHo-ansaB
p.a. lne r te twoe yestgr

S owSah (or con- muonth arnd, te 0tl4ar e *an th Mr A.ansM- e b M.
enate charge was at the luncheon were Mrse. cra. A
ri a roll cll l Vote of t odg lt aMrs. Nra H. C. Anderason, Mrs. S g
Vthe ldw toitBro de of rs .wet- W .C. r wer -e 13 C A17
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l at to t Why ve I one Senior JumpingIJocs
lon were case bh Repubichano. t o yv 1t cmaee an take anything rug
Aiertr vtcaei Wti tthecanu luhow eweremMinr fst c.n Frdive t
Sa roll call y gte fdA.W4FMMrsr.r Hl C; Ander s1o Mr. rT T s 9
an1 1 1 These cn be bad ctive feet tta active oo f formhetat.tiv-_ _3daM s W.11

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the votsagainstrtheN regios-o
byeRepbiscans.o n Pffea t c ake nythngarmang

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W ile tne heasure w o tould g BLv (o gre wh A Hen ao Mr.

k re" te Wtnte Ounto MNA tbTToRt the a rLftf EeVY INT- SYHy t m encEedd yaIINe

Tust h Nxt ee ys 5mamiinek, e p your
ra-irtoIni.reas oemere W Mestsrn Ear 9iM
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nwerecase byRepublrint the dayshuowreds of bohairtravers N ine North travd Slth Atenn g

The Wizard of the Piano DIODORANT Braniff1-El onquistar for dluxe srvicat extra fare-or
DON AND LOYAL RAYMOND ...why me women every day
America's Popular Musill Comedy Favorites ar1 swiwhin" to the tw, improved I vo e El Intercontinental for comfortable air coach service at savings up to ,2.
TWO SHOWS NIGOHTLY At 9:30 sad ,12:30 ,Modess us
SIt's e se Modes gi ves them Ask for rates, flight information and reservations at
VISIT V I S I T m da -Yw004-mo0- I.ly W 0W -W I
THE Z E BRA LO UN GE ,"o.-' t' j "" Crm give ye g ihese eduwmeanS your travel agent or Braniff ticket office.
Have harlie play your favorite number An i .w, im -St perspiration- ._ees e a seain at
In Panamai's smartest rendezvous. ,--o,- a. -.pi- ha e. r -ut fera. co-h1"
cotton on the edges-xrao r softness I s -fsihes odour insmlasly. --N a e.t I __al
-to help goe ent v l40g. And a8..-4p eoron lamIV o 0-New, euclyt fppU4
there's a trpk sfshieldys for ex.0-WO
"-',Am- yoi enjoyig thus -idvas-Miiy. am4t
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FOR SALE:--1948 7.5 cu. ft. refri-
gerator, 25 cycle. Wilt trade for
60 cycle. Phone 25-3712.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger-
ator. Spindrier washer, record play-
er olt 25 cycle. 1419-D Balboa,
Tel. 2-1214.
pFOR SALE- -9 foot Frigidaire. -60
cycles. Excellent condition. Call 3-

FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 2-door se-
daon, 1939, tires and car in very
good condition, duty paid. $250.
00. Call Cristobol 3-1571.
Come n* the NASH AGENCY and
see a now car. On DiNpley this
Week-end. Open Saturday end
,Sunday from 9.00 A; M. to 10.00
P. M.

2399, Panam,. FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker pick-
-- up. duty paid, best offer, over
FOft SALE:-The big bargain of the $ ,600.00. Nuddleston, Balboa
week! Gyrdmotic Brindix 1950 Fire Station.
washing machine. 4 Hollywood
folding beds with innerspring mot- FOR SALE: Good. 1940 Packard
tress,, bridge table with 4-chairs. Sedon. Excellent tires, will throw
Chest of drawers, Raleigh bicycle in 6 old tires, $225.00. 82-5207
for big boy. Everything used three or 82-3267.
months, only. Perfect condition.
9th. St. 8043 apartment 4, Melen- FOR SALE:--2 rear springs 1947-
d.z 1ve. Colon. 948 with shackles Kaiser-Frazer.
dez ve Colon. $2000. C. P. Harrison 84-B, Coco
Y FOR SALEI-Two new ruge s 3'
-- 5x te other 4 )-.2' 6' FOR SALE: 1950 Pontiac No. 8,
price 0.75 fat pair, er ee them Hydramatic, all U. S. accessories.
end make an offer. Alke' two Prime condition. 86-B,-Coffy St.,
' ether 'rugs old ol f clor. sis 2 Ft. Kobbe.
1-3 It. a 4 1-2 ft. Mnd 6 ft, x 4
1_ -2 ft., pr4c fo tkis pair .25. FOR SALE':-1947 Buick Super Se-
Phre Panam. 2-0027 er 3 0763, danette. See Cdr, Carpenter at
ho*se 26, 50th street lest. Joint 'Weather Unit Albrook.
-s ..... Phone office 2237, home 7108.
"nVOR SA' r:-M-io ,n, d nina-com
-- et, $75.00. Studio Couch, wicker FOP SALE.-Chevrolet 1949 2 door
Chairs, Simmons bed olantr. 2153- De Luxe 10,000 miles, radio, clean
C, Curundu, phone 83-5159. as new. 0428-K, Ancon.
FOR SALE:-New. Xenmoregasolipe FOR SALE
-.. Washing machine; used, 3 months.
-',27-3-5185. House 528-B, Curun- Real Estate
d. d Hts. .

Helo Wanted

'WANTED:-Maid to take care of
children and do general house-
,work. Inquire 2118-A, Curundu,
between 4-5 p. m.

SPosition Offered
SAmericn company requires ex-
lperiened secretary capable of tok-
inl rapid dictation in Inglish.
linecy in Spnishk including short-
bend alse desirable. ad salary
Ssr qualitfed -rson Phnme Pen-
Ins ,3-4714. during office ,heur
4o 1R#"1 --aA -J^_^

;FOR SALE: I house and 3.50
meters of land. Located in New
Arraijan. W. R, Evarts, Box 1145
Ancon, C. 'Z.

FOR 'SALE:-A most attractive 4-
bedroom ranch style chalet, corner
4th and 5th Sts., Los Cumbres.
Large terrace. Fenced and land-
scaped lot. Telephone Balboa 2117
week-days 4 to 6 p. m.

American couple desires modern fur-
nished apartment or house in re-
sidential section, space for car.
Mrs. R. L. Maze, P. 0. Box 93,

Sch,,uffeurs,, Apply Bus Station-
A American Transportation Service,
ound Hawalian Reds ByFBI;
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I l Total Now 64 TEAM LISTS
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i, HONOLULU, Aug. 29 lUPt--
HOSeven to Communist leaders trials have left Avonmouth for
S In'the Territory of Hawaii were Kingston in the banana steamer
arrested here yesterday by FBI Ariguanl.
All were arraigned before U. The Jamaican Finance Minis-
S. Commisioner Harry L. ter, Sir Harold Allan and Lady
SteinCr who set bond at $75,000 Allan, are returning aboard the
each. Ariguani taking gifts of clothing
The bond was called "ridicul- and food handed from various
ous" by Meyer Symonds, one of United Kingdom organizations.
the attorneys for the seven,
who said Hawaii was so small A special appeal has oeen made
It would be "almost impossible for 4.000 tents to house the home-
for the seven to jump bond less. These will be flown to Ja-
and asked that it be lowered. maica.
However. Steiner ruled that
"In view of the seriousness of Subscriptions totalling $56,000
the charges" bond would stay have been given by Brltlsh firms
at the $75,000 figure. and individuals.
Six of those arrested are
members of the executive board Checks and postal orders are
of the Communist Party in flooding Into Barclay's Bank
Hawaii. branches throughout Britain.
The seventh was Jack Wayne
'Hall. regional director in Hawaii Subscriptions of $14.000 each
of Harry Bridges' International have been sent by Tate and Lyle
Longshoremen's a n d Ware- Limited and the West Indies Su-
"tousemen's Union. gar Company.
The arrests brought to 64 the
"number of Communist leaders Special appeals have been
Indicted or arrested on charges launched in Bermuda and British
of conspiring to teach and ad- Guiana.
locatee the overthrow of the U.
"m, Government by force and The TheGovernor of Jamaica. Sir
violence. Hugh Foot, is endeavoring to get
S In Washington. Attorney increased rice supplies from
General J. Howard McGral-Pi British Guiana and elsewhere.
said he regarded the arrests as i The Governor's first and fre-
"extremely important because aument request to the Colonial Of-
of the str'teic .mnonrtrnce of fice in London was for help to
the Hawaiian islands in our speed up supplies of building ma-
.-' tt against Communism in trials.
the Pacific."
Among those seized was Koji Since the hurricane. 4,250 tons
r Arlyoshi, 37. editor of the week- of cement have either arrived in
ly newspaper Honolulu Record. Jamaica or are on the way.
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9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Tivoli C.ossipg Panama

0 aVe ov drkitals prelm.m?
Write Akelhlios Ammyeme
ea 2031 Amen. C. X. .
Choice "DULCINA" Boquote Or-
anges, 100 to crate. Delivered $4.
75. Products Nacionales S. A.
Telephone 2-0028, Panami.

FOR SALE: Dobefman prschersa
blocks-reds. Crittobbl 3-1284.
FOR SALE:-22 Cal: Marlin Rifle,
39-A, must sell, $40,00.- 107-8
Pedro Miguei. C. Z. Phone 4-506,

FOR SALE;-Baby scales and basi-
nette with liner. 1431.-D. Carr St.
FOR SALE:-White sewing machine
with button hole attachments,
$75.00. House 1538-A, Balboa.
Phone 2-1531 after.5 p. m.
just in time to, send home for
'Christmas! Eight beautiful models
at attractive prices! The FRINCH
FOR SALE:-Radio, phonograph, 25
cycle, $70. Chair & stool; slip cov-
ered, $12. Boy's Sport eoot size
12 to 14, $12. 4-567.
000 stamps, all different. Good
condition. High value. Occasion,
100 dollars. From 4 to ( p. m.
Coale 12 Este (Santa Ana) No. 19,
1st. floor, room 8.
PHOTOGRAPHERS opportunity to
take photos of native hut under
construction beside EL HALCON
Photo Shop at entrance to Hotel El
FOR SALE:-Singer se,wig mrichine,
pedal. Perfect condition., No. 30,
50th street, upstairs. Telephone
342664, Panama.
FOR SALE:-Win derby, with com-
plete fishing rig for Marlin and
Sailfish. Priced for quick sale.
Telephone 2-3341. House .0528,
Guayocan, Ancon.
FOR SALE: Singer sewing foot
machine, office desk, barber chair,
baby crib, stroller. Phone 916,
Colon. ,. .
FOR SALE:-Children's books, tables
choirs, toys. No. 46, Balboa Ave.
FOR SALE:-Bedroom set. Household
articles and summer clothing. No.
58. 9th Street, San Francisco. Tel.



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82, Avenida Porros. Lovely apart-
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FOR RENT: F."'-.' '
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3, apply between 10 a. m. to .11
o. m. Thursday.'

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Boyd No. 18. Fdr information call
Tel. 3-181:1 between 8.a. mn. id
10 a. m. or from 3 p. ra. to'5 p.
FOR RENT:-First class modern two
story residence, upstairs three bed-
rooms, porch, etc., downstairs,
sittingroom, diningroori, kitchen,
porch, office, 'etc., '$17*5.00. No.
73 Cuba Avenue, Miguel Hive,
phone 3-2145.

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large clean, cool room. All mo-
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couple or college students. Peru-
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FOR LEASE in Coloe *ir conditioned
manager's office and epprexi
metely 250 square meters of
general office with fire proof
"fety ster-rms including steel
racks. Call Panama 3-3,221 be-
tween the hours: f I e. m. to 4
p. m.
FOR RENT:--Office or store space
19 x 20 feet, beside FOTO EL
HALCON at entrance to Hotel El
Panami. Owner on premises. Tel.

60 mnh Storm Hits

Lower California

And Moves Up Coast
SAN DIEGO, Aug. 29 (UP)-
A tropical storm, with 60-mile-
an-hour winds, roared up the
lower California coast today.
Weather bureau officials said
the storm was presently cen-
tered about 250 miles south of
San Diego, moving north at a-
bout 12 miles-an-hour.
Aircraft were being flown
Inland to safety while ships in
the harbor made ready for the
open sea. Workers tied down
,Ae tlee. of giant B-36 bombers
in various stages of construc-
tion at the nearby Consolidated
Vultee aircraft corporation.
Meanwhile in Mexico, Pres-
ident Miguel Aleman dispatched.
1--n '-v'ei to Me-nico's flood-
stricken east coast with 500
". 0. o, supplies for thousands
of 1'one'le-is re'u.ees.
Aleman's orders to the cap-
tains of the Uribe and Porter
to steam towards the rich north
of Tampico turned the nation's
greatest mercy mission into a
iand. sea and air operation
During the past two days an
airlift of 15 planes both mill-
tary and commercial has Ilown
two tons of food and medicine
into the 15 million acre disas-
ter area.
U.S. Air Force Pilot
Killed in Jet Crash
MILDENHALL, England, Aug.
28 (UP)-A United States Air
Force pilot was killed at the
R. A.. F. station here tod*
when his Thunderlet struck
the runway in a low turn, cart-
wheeled across the airfield and
hit a cottage.


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To Roh relhals
Governor Nowc mr has been
appolnsted by tI president to
serve o- the Oethil Memorial
Ralph Budd and H. White-
head, pronminent United States
Industrialists who were former-
ly connected with the Canal or-
ga lzatipn, wet named to the
Commission at the same time.
Other members are Chan
.Ourney, former United States
Senator from SQuth Dakota;
Major General Julian L. Schley,
retired, former Chief of the
Corps of Engineers and Gov-
ernor of The Panama Canal;
and Brigadier General Robelt E.
Wood, retdredL '
The sevyn original members
of the Commssion were ap-
pointed' by President .Franklin
B. Roosevelt folidwing the pas-
sage of a bill in .193 authoriz-
ing a Wmemorial tb General
George W, Goethals, Chairman
and Chief Engineer of the Isth-
mian Canal Commission and
first Oovernoraof T he Canal
The Commission Is charged
with the responsibility of se-
lecting a site,. recommending
the design and supervising the
construction of a memorial to
the engineer wMo was respon-
sible for the construction of the
Panama Canal.
Some preliminary, work hasI
been done on the. memorial to
General. Qoethaks but no con-
struction has been started. Some
funds, from the original Con-
gressional appropria ton for the
project lfenain available for
continuing the memorial at an
apprOprlate time. but additional
funds are beink sought.
Budd of Chiago, -one of the
new members of the Memorial
CoItnmmion,'was Chief Engineer
of the Panama Railroad Com-
pany frm,,1906 -to 1009, when
the railroad was being reorgan-
ized and rebuilt during the
early period. of Canal construc-
tion. Since'that time he has oc-
cupied many Important posi-
tions. '
He was president of the Great
Northern Railroad Com p a n y
from 1910 to 1932 and Is a di-
rector of several large cornm-
panies. He was' transportation
commissioner of the advisory
commission to the Council of
National Defense from 1940 to
1942 and was a 'colonel 6f the
Transportation Corps 'from 1943
to 1944 and in 194.
Whitehead, of Gullford, Con-
necticut, was in the Canal con-
struction force from 1912 -to
1916, end ig his service in the
position of Superintendent of
Pacific Lqjcm Subsequently he
held valious important positions
in industry, erVing a s resident
of the New Haven Watch and
Clock Company until 1946.

VFW D!elgatons

Call On Truman

To Dismiss Acheson
NEW OYQRK, Aug. 29 (UP)-
California and Florida delegates
to the Veterans of Foreign
Wars 52nd annual encampment
demanded yesterday that Pres-
ident Truman dismiss Secretary
of State Dean Acheson.
The delegations' demands
were made in resolutions sub-
mitted to the VFW committee
on resolutions, which is sched-
uled to report on them to the
convention this amernoon.
Officials expect a floor fight
over the proposals.
The resolutions committee
met as Secretary of the Navy
Dan A. Kimball told the cheer-
ing VFW delegates .that. the
United States must maintain a
strong armed force "until we
can get those tommie so-and-
so's to see' reason."
Kimball made the statement
In a departure from his pre-
pared text.
"You fellows have a fine op-
portunity to do a job." he told
the veterans of fighting in four
"You have to convince thi
country that until we can .get
those Commie so-and-so's to
see reason, we've got to keep a
strong armed force-and at the
lowest'possible dollar' cost.
"In times of peace, or so-
called peace, and even during
the high tides of pacifism,
which have led us to disarm'
unwisely and prematurely, it Is
the veterans organizations of
this country who have always
sounded the alarm against such
hasty action."

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WEIGHTY PROBLEM Heavy equlpIment. flMat Mrby
, parachute during the Southern Pines joint -Army
maneuvers, the largest held Uspce World War I. Offliate
said the war games helped to solve maay mllta6, Lnb.
lems, among them the dropping of the -heavy saU fo-'

SSchool Days, School Days ."

To Start Wednesday For CZ.




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The schedules for enrollments
at the Canal Zone kindergar-
tens, elemental and secondary
schools and other Information
about the opening, of schools
Wednesday. have bebn announc-
ed by the Division of Schools.
SAll students in grade one
through six and in junior and
senlbr high schools who were en-
rolled In Canal Zone Schools lasi
years should report at their
schools at 9 o'clock Wednesday
Grade school students'will be
dismissed for the day as soon as
they have completed registra-
tions. Junior and senior high
school students wil1Ibe dismissed
at 11:48 o'clock Wednesday morn-
ing for the day.
New students for grades one
through six who did not attend
Canal Zone schools 1ast year
should report at 1 o'clock Wed-
nesday afternoon' These stu-
dents should be accompanied by
their parents to assist in. filling
out necessary information blanks.
Pupils who have attended school
Jn the United States should sub-
mit the!r report cardb to. the
principal for examination.
All kindergarten students at'
Ancon, Cocoli,, Pedro- Miguel.
Qamboa, Gatun and Cristobal
should enroll at 9 o'clock Wed-
nesday morning.
Enrollment of kindergarten
students will.be held two days at
the Balboa. Diablo Heights. Fort
Kobbe and,Margarlta kindergar-
sena. Thbts. kindergarten.' stu-
dents whose last names 'begin
with the letters A through L will
be enrolled at these schools start-
in at o'clock Wednesday momrn-
":.rig. Thursday morning at the
sa' re time. kindergarten students
whose last names begin with the
letters M through Z will be enroll-
Parents should accompany kin-
dergarten students to fill out ne-
cessary information blanks. Birth
certificates should be presented
for children'entering either kin-.
dergarten or the first grade.
Age requirements stipulate
that children will not be admit-
ted to kindergarten unless they
will be five years old on or be-
forte December 1, 1951. They will
not be admitted to the first
grade unless they will be six on
or before the same date.
Parents of tuition students In
the elementary, schools who at-
tended Canpl Zone schools last
year are asked to sin tuition
contracts at the schools on
Thursday, September 6.
Parents of tuition students
who were previously enrolled in
Canal Zone Junior and senior
high schools have been icked to
sign tuition contracts at the
schools before the school s open.

Bocas Del Toro
Pastor Arrives
For 4-Day Visit
Local Baptist Churches have
announced the' arrival of the
Rev. W. D. Morgan, Baptist
Missionary and Pastor of the
Bocas del Toro Circuit, who Is
.on a four-day Goodwill visit.
Special Missionary services
will be 'held as followers: Aug.
31st. 7:30 p. nm Gamboa, Sept.
1st. 7:30 Nazarene Church, Rio
Abajo, Sept. 2nd. 9:30 a. m.
Panama Baptist Church: 3 p.
m. Gamboa Baptist Church
7:30 p. m. La Boca Baptist
Church; Sept. 3rd, 7:30 p. m.
La Boca Baptist Church.
Rev. Morgan will be the
preacher at the above services
and the public has been cor-
dially Invited too hear him.

Parents .ot utionn 0tudints on
the-PacifIc side wre have not
previoual. attended Canal Zone
schools should bring eir chil-
dren to the Director of 'Elemen.
tary Education at the CItv Af-
fairs Building. Ancen, to make
anplieation. On the Atlantis
side, applications of tuition stu-
dents in Canal Zone schools will
Be handled in the office. of CrU,.
tobal High School.

(Contnued from rage 1)
lea wOa involved In a law sult,
they couldn't charter the Jhin.
The law suit, on the. other
hand, is for .:3 .000 which Al-
fonso Senior, the ship's ag~nt in
Bogota, Colombia, came here to
Senior arrived 'here yesterday,
and told The Panaiha American
that last year he,1gad supplied
food and paid otEr, e*ienses a-
mounting to '$15,000 +'beh the
ship waon tied up for eight th
in the'harbor of Buenaventmra%
When he contacted the own-
er. Carlos Mould, in Callao. 'Pe-
ru, he was told ta1t--due to
pressing business-Mould 'could
not come here to settle the isttt.
SHOwever, an Elliot Sh1%it
Company ageht was awaIing
wordmomentarily from theown-
er, Is to what should be d4".
The ship has no agent, since o
agent. wants tola hadle ft. Lst
Ad peae for odriheren.
would hang himself and toldlb-
cal agents that if they couldn't
help him get Ioo4 they Should
"give him a rope." He couldn't
go back to his crew empty-hand-,
Since then the Peruvian Am-
bassador to. Panama. Dr. Emilia
Ortiz de Zevallos, has been ad-
vaneing some money. I
When questioned Zevallos said
that the ship was under Canal
Zone jurisdiction, and that the
Consul of Peru, Clemeite Arauz,
was in charge of aiding the na-
tionals. Arauz said that ample
food was being supplied to the
Santa Monica.
Asked how the food is being
sent to the men he said "I'm An
cook, how do I know?"
Several miles off Flamenco Is-
land crewmen lined up In dirty,
torh clothes yesterday afternoon
on the ship which they haven't
beeh able to leave In three weeks,
and shouted to a Panama Amer-
ican reporter that' they hadn't
eaten a "decent meal" in a week.
Although Captain Hanke wasn't
aboard. they were hoping a
would come back with some foe
he had promised. I
The first mate said the engine
[was in- good working condition,
but there were nd hatch covers,
the main boom was broken and
the men were without silverware,
bedding. or clothes. The entde
capital the ship could scrape to-
gether was $25 Which Captainr
Hanke said a Nicaraguan saman
had lent him.
The local C. Z. chapter of the
Red Cross has been sending fcod
to the men for the past week.
The Santa Monica which is
not, (as alleged by the NBO
man) in the channel, has a
gross tonnage of 2,111 tons, an
overall length of 261 feet and
Is run by steam engine.
It has been carefully inspeot-
ed by Canal port Authoritifes
who have searched the ship
thoroughlY for anything "0po-
tentlally dangerous."
There is almost nothi
aboard except 21 disgruntled
men Whore hoping they can
"get going" soon.
A 22year-old sailor, the
youngest aboard shouted: "I'm
dying for a cigarette. Tell them
that In your newspaper."


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-Balboa, C 0 Z
.' g j an ordinary woman who read'tha Mal Box I
Your paper, some letters of which have merit, an others wbli
-aMlr tr having aMy, sucl. u the ones tht havs aPPed
ly-about the dres section of the Balboa .Cmmisary and
i aronnel, never having been one of those fortunate women *o
-Bore ng t the Canal Zone did all their clothes buying at
Lord and Taylora or other suoo famous places, it is beyond my
oomprh&ensIon why those who are so dIssatisfted dqnt take a
plane over the week end and fly to New York and do their buylit
of $1.98 dresses. After all they do have bargain sales in Oimbali
basement. Ther no doubt they will receive the fawnl over
that a sad fair it no doubt would be V. those who are 10
critical of the sales personnel and Supervisors in the 'Balboa Com"

In all my deal with the dress section I have found the
Entire to very courteous aud helpful at al timis,
bneus. I W TW I I IWA ,
and I did not expect to get a dress r .,
neith I -have to tey on a dozen, als 10s when I knew tt
a sime 42 would fAt me better.
Another little thing that might help is When you ttik
you are being treated discourteously make o out OMAln to
*the Supervisor or to the Manager instead of the publ :rep
under an assumed name or non de plume.C l a e eo .

Panama City
Editor, The- Panama American
Panama City, Panama
Dear Sir: 4' ,* .. . T
Pleabk" s lsh t following comment, in your popular "Mall
Box" seeton: '
I read in the August 20th edition Of your paper the lit of
gains won by local-rate workers sine 19i4, and, whletr accord-
ing to George Washington Westenran,; was the result of the
sympathe understanding of' Oyernor ranc.t .., Newcomer.
Too bad tat the Panama Tribune has ndulged in the un-
ethiCal prclte of distorting the news. Too bad that when the
organizt tn reponsible for the gains listed by George Waahin-
ton W etli-tt was+wlnnlpg thtei veryllaii feorocal-at. work-
ers that the Panama Tribune had alays dpUbertely refrained
from stating the responsible .source of' such gain.
As a result, it sl, only natural to expect Gore gton
Wateriiap to fo ow p-with. such a deliberate o son In bb
ebmposlte s. n ,a- 6f ,,ee "gains.
Anotlierdista= effect arising out of hi1 sumutarluedlt-
ink ii the fact that ,Newoomer's oredeceebr. Governor Mehafey;
has been completely removed "from the picture. If .1 am not
mistaken the local-rate worker hs leg*nrf to think a great deal
Ignore of Mehaffey than atf Newcomer, i' there must have been
some reason for this. feeling.
I know that ,the majority of the gains listed.,by Westennrman
aifd credited to Newcomer were definitely won by Local 713 duttr-
Ing 'Covernor Mehtffey's: adnltrato. Ater all. the f cts
are there. The long range houslin program ns 0tte4 during
that period. The discarding of the "gold" and "l. er" terms,.
the granting of four-eant blanket increase ; and the construe*
tin q the swimming pool at Silver City, were all initiated under
Mehaffey. Only space has prevented me from presenting a de-
tailed contradiction of the distprtionr" of this lit*.,
A tat I can tee ftpm this lit Is Westerm deieto
"build the taettr f' bNewdamer tnthe uoh_ tWr1. e.W5h$w --
dians, I repeat, West Indians. will be conviped that ewcmer,
de'nlte-his rejection of LOCal 900's points for beterment among
local-raters, among other things, is truly the greatest'; end
this wroup has ever had or will ever have as a Governor;
If those West Indians who are eaWly fooled-would chaeeCback,
'they would find that a Governor once went on record upholding
segregation on the Canal Zone. Socially; segregation and dis-
crimination are virtually syrionymous A more serious cheek
would also tell them that the, lot of the local-rate worker on the
t anal Zone has failed to improve a single inch since 1950.
I wonder who Is responsible for the denial of medical and.
other privileges to those same West, Indian retired workers that
.were "so fittingly honored" with a "1tamnp" last week at Mt.
bat atmosphere of freedom from persecution that. was en-
joyed by local-raters from 1946 to 1949 has suffered unfavorable
changes, and the workers are now afraid .to report any grievance
.tp o anyone because even the grievance procedure has become
something very changed.
Sometimes I wonder if the continued presence of the West
Indian, and all other Uncle Toms, in the service of the U. 8.
Government, has not been a deterrent to the progress of the
Panamanian worker on the Canal Zone,
I it is high time that the West Indian -worker, on the 'Canal
Zone lift himself out of that trend rf thought that makes him
accept such meaningless gestures as those usually put. over by
George Washington Westerrran.
Respectfully yours.
-."A Proad Panaumalan"

S achyderm A wr to Prev Puzzle

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20 Pioted area 40 Hebrew 50 Greek letter
22 Eye (Scot.) 20 Defenasive month 52 Wrting
2 ae of s hot barrier' 42 D (aomb. ImplemMent
24 Symbol for 21 Abandoned form) 54 And (Latin)
erbiumn 23 Diplomatic 48 Symbol for 56 Symbol for
26 Edible agreement thoron smarim
28 Communtnists
31 Flsh sauce
32 Exude
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For Oildsier

Gets Shelved

d4al securityy Administraeto
,W Xins new plan to Pro-
Titi 1ospltallsation insurance
to people of 65 and over for a
t timam of 60 days a ear has
Ms ne chance of conioration,
by Qmhress now. Too busy.
Also, legislation to put thi
pew plap into effect hasn't
evye been drafted.
'But the Idea M. to get a bllU
Introduced before Congres goe
1 got it talked about' and
around this .s=nr san4
en Hold hearing an
lt It passed when Congress
cto back next year.
S'tar the reaction has been
p ty good.
Ifbtitaker and Baxter. Amer-
a Medical Assoclation's high-
eted. publicity agents, have
advised doctors that since the
new wing proposal primarily
affect' the hospltals,.the Binl
Crow and other hospitaltatoon
insuane plans, they should
make first comment, rather
tha the medical Societies.
WhiUaker and Baxter also
reported to the. medical pro-
fession that this was, merely
Wa a1 issue for' Fair Deal
candidates in next year's
ction-.J'Oan effort to fro-
vidW them with an escap-
hatek so the# can avoid
going before the people on.
th direct' issue of compul-
sory-health insurance.",
This idea has characterized
most of the other criticism that
.s0a s far appeared.
With not-so-surprising wat-
ftrmlty, critics of te new Bwing
pa have advanced three' main
S It Is a backdoor approach
to "socialized medicine." '
2) If Social Security AdminUi-
tration has more money than
It knows. what' to do with, it
should reduce payroll dedue-
tions, lstead of broadening be-
Local communities can take
e of theilt own aged people
wB need hospitalsatton .
Most private intiuranqe pol.
else wil not' provide hoisptll
satlon benefits for people over
5a or 65, or after they quit work-
Poor people of over 65 may
now get hospitalization benefits
= to the limit of their public
nogst -benefits.
But in many cases this isn't
," And America' over-crowded,
hospital' can no longer take

S, 1wr, Aftsptd. o1i s t
seem .to be overihelinii ly
in favor of the new S wing.
plan. And asine doctors must'
awyse approve admission
of any patient to a hospi-
tal, they would have veto
control over the plan's op-
erations. The medical pro-
/ession would therefore be.
able to prevent abuses .by
hospital chiselers and cha-
rity patients.
Federal Security Agency now
estimates that by 1953, when the
plan would' go into operation if
approved, there would be some
seven million people eligible
for hospitalization benefits.
They would be divided roughly
into: 5,500,000r people of over 6S,
covered by social security: 1,100,
000 children dependents and
400.000 mothers.'
There would be, In addition;
another 7,000,000 not covered, by
social security insurance, but
eligible for hospitalization un-
der the public assistance pro-
The chronically ill-incurables.
senile, tubercular and mental
cases would not be included.
Only persons requiring emer-
Lrency hospitalization, for some-
thing like broken legs or an
operation, would get this insur-
ance protection. -
No "means tes' would be
required'-for hospital admis-
sion. That is, aed people
who could afford to pay
their own hospital billUs
would be entitled to ho#vl-
talization benefits lust the
same as the poor. The theo-
ri behind this is that they
S-',f. t?'ek' social security
taxes during the worktnn
eam, so they are entitled
to the inaura ne.. But this
is another criticism of the
Ewoing plan.
On tle average, It has been
found that people of over 65 are
hospitalized from two to two-
and-a-half days a year.
On the basis of $15 a day per
patient, costt of the new uoro-
eram have been timaated At
from (187 mUllIon to $2304 mil-
lion a year.
Money to finance this, with-
out additional social security
taxes. somes from a' prosperity
Preent Income of the old age
and survivors. Insurance nlan
was based on wage and salary
payments to covered workers of
$i25 billion a year, with em-
,ilvef and emploYe paylnw 1
1-2 per cent tax on first 3600

of income. '
But under fall employment,
wage and salary payments have
pone up tp $141 billion a year.
So there M I more money In the
trust fund,.
Instead of cutting ba the
taxes the de has been
made to Increas the benefits.
"q s bpn done several tImese
in the pa.

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NEW YORK. Dame works for us named
Alicia Hart has lost' my business permanently
with a piece to do .with stealing father's hand-'
kerchiefs In order to brighten up the female.
It Is women like this who have pushed back
the cause of femininity, some several thousand
years, which is still not far enough.
Hark to the naked arrogance of the lead:
"American' fathers, husbands and big brothers
have so frequently had their wardrobes lnvad-
ed by the women' of the famiy that -they're-
almost' accastoed to" having their wornout
trousets and discarded ties reappear as femi-
nine appa sL
"This, time. however, they're In for a great-
or shook: their handkerhelefp are being sanitch-
ed. And' not the wear-we ryones,. eIther, but
the newest,. whitest; crispst that a roving
female hanad en.find..."
Well~lir, thif American, fhitr, husband and,
big' brother has not had hk wardrobe raided
so frequently that he wilr out up with the theft-
And concerni&* new, phite, crisp handker-
chiefs, I am starting, a laundry. count with', an
eye to chopping oft a roving, female. bind at
the wrist If my sneeze-fodder prones up a short
tor - '
SThe perversenp of the female-type, woman
in regard to 'iurpicg. the male prerogative
never ceases '16 apae me.
Site not only wants the girdle and the. gaz.uy
step-in as her personal monopoly, but nothing
pleases her until she pinches the old boy's best
tie to go with his second-best pants.
It will never occur to me to blossom out In
Mama's little black dress or to swipe her Mr.
John confection to clap on my head, and I am
not allowed'-to touch the sick muskrat that she
fondly imagine, to be mink.'
People will say I am a sissy If I to wander,
ing 'around, sot up as a girl when any fool can
see that the whiskers ain't painted on but were
out there by the good Lord himself.
Apart from the few odd glandular cases and
a certain select number of State: Department
employes the idea of a man competing with a
woman in the beauty league would be rejected
as ridiculous.
But If- you will steadily 'arse 'the fashion
trends'you will -notice that a great deal of time


and effort is expended by Madame in. order to
kiss her elbow and top the Mister in all cate-
gories,.Including pants.
There is no 'need to stress here that no
female ever created was tailored to fit pants,
graciously, either mentally or, physically,
There is no need to' mention that masculine
Jealousy over the brighter plumage allowed the
woman Just doesn't exist.
I am happy in my creased blue-serge: let the
lady wear the bird of .paradise.
'Point I'm making has to do with the vicir
ously predatory approach' of the shes to the

There I, no handkerchief shortage at all. You
would imagine that a dame who' desired a
"king-sized fichu to add a fresh Jqok to an old
evening gown" would go and spend a buck at
the handkerchief counter and stay the begraci-
Ons out of papa's-hanky drawer.
If I am a dame and I wish to run up an
"attention-getting capelet," or to confect an in-
spirational apton with a dog's leash run through
two wisps' of 'moonbeam, it would seem simpler
to me .to go and buy the damn thing from the
attention-getting counter or the' wispy moon-
beam department instead of incurring the
righteous wrath of the male provider who might
suddenly desire to blow his, nose on a piece of
cloth, originally intended for nose blowing.
I don't know. I just don't know.
It seems that. they are so frustrated today
that they Just sit around making up foolish-
nesses to pass the time, when they should be
plowing or having babies or cutting firewood.
They meddle in the menfolk's business, and
steal- his clothes, and go to heavy effort to find
new ways of becoming just a little more ridi-
culous in the eyes of man and woman alike.
I would like to register, a word of advice:
For the sake of.sanity, go on wearing dresses
and 'sticking feathers in your hair, but don't
try, to' complicate the whole difficult business
by pipe smoking and beard, growing, just to
prove that anything he can do, 'you can do
And like I said, stay out of that handker-
chief drawer, or somebody is going to get sawed
off in in the vicinity of the king-sized fichu.
And I do mean fichu.

Cold War

By Bridce Biossat

In America, speculation is constant on the
issue whether we shall eventually have war with
But in the Soviet Union there Is no need for
such guesswork. Russian communism considers
itself in state of war with Western capitalism
As a matter of fact, in the Red view, that
warfare has been going on a long time.
But its more acute phase may be said to
have begun with the launching of the Cqld War
in 1947, when the Kremlin declined to take part
in the Marshall Plan..
Obviouale e are speaking here of two dif-
ferent defnitaons of war.
America clings to the traditional meaning -
the open clash of armed forces.-
To the Russlans, war is anything that weak-
ens or harms or destroys the enemy.
And the destruction need not be physical. In-
deed, the Soviet leaders prefer it not to be.
int1 the Kremlin's understanding, war is:
sabotage the United Nations through endless
'obstrueete tactics; promoting permanent inter-
nationva tical chaos by blocking peace trea-
ties for Austria, Germany and. if possible. Jap-
an: using the device of the conference table to
seek pollti ends that seem most easily attain-
able that way,
hnaderftWIing shaky middle-of-the-road gov-
ernents by subversion; encouraging poverty
and gIdal- turmoil on which communism feeds:
baligdlasg the world with phony talk of peace.
.atomle emfy control, disarmament: depicting[
the asmi an aggressor, as an oppressor of
the 3 A: devil masquerading as a saint.
IR M1MeWmI terms., actual use of force is but
oWne 9 MLa war that can be fought on an
an* W' l the many fronts here suggested.
bt iApp t ant thing to remember is that

in the communist mind, all thees fronts merge
into -one,
The shooting might stop in Korea, but the
struggle would go on undiminished. The com-
bat would simply be switched to another arena.
We may not like the Russian definition of
But if we seriously propose to stand off com-
munism successfully, we had better understand
that meaning and accept it.
Because that is the kind of war we're in. and
our denying it won't change the fact.
To cling to outmoded concepts of war as only
armed struggle s4 to oversimplify our current
dilemma and underestimate the Soviet enemy.
He Is relentless, probing always for weakness
of-whatever kind.
As the thoughtful Committee for Economic
Development recently put it, "the' provocation
which the Soviet rulers will always recognize is
the provocation of opportunity."
In a brilliant analysis of the foreign aid prob.
lem. the CED acknowledges the true nature of
Soviet warfare, and declares that its flexibility
riseuUs the West to organize a "comprehensive
and- balanced security program which leaves no
-breachwide enough to invite a Soviet thrust."
. In' other words, we must be prepared to meet
the Russiap challenge in every field every day
for as long as the Kremlin has the power to
try- Inosing its will upon the free world.
Anything less than this will not win the war
for tree men.
The mere absence of violence is no evidence
of oeaee In.this age.
Thoae who anxiously await a cease-fire in
Korea as a signal to relax our vtlglance may
mark that fact well.
A seleaed West Is a West one step closer to
conquest by Russia. Our guard is up; we must
keen i three.

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this week-end

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at the

Tivoli Crossing Panama


Lister Hill says: Senators are sometimes rewarded for
pains; New challenge is "oil for education"; Oil r
ties could eliminate higher taxes.
(Ed. Note-While Drew Pearson is on a brief rvaeat9le,
the Washington Merry-Go-Round is being written by sTen '
distinuhed guest columnists, today's beinl by Hon. Ls6te
HIll, U. Senator from Alabama. Senator Hill is the author
of the HlMi-Burton Hospital Act, the Rural Telephone ALt,
and co-author of the AVT Act and the Vocational Edlws .
tion Act.)
WASHINGTON.-The life of a Senator is not always a happy
In these days when the problems are so complex, so the, S
and so global every senator imagines himself an Atlas with thy
world on his shoulders.
But every once in awhile he's abundantly rewarded for ah
his pains by the finding of a sound solution to a, problem of larg
He knows that If he is able to win application of hisa solution
he will have rendered a service to the American people,
becomes his new challenge. .,
Today 1 want to tell you about my "new challenge," I call lt.
"Oil for Education."
You may wonder what oil has to do with educating the I
children of this nation. Let me tell you' about the oil.
Off the coasts of Texas, California and Louisiana are bIllions.
of barrels of oil under the sea.
The geologists of the U.S. Department of Interior a1leof:
private oil companies estimate there is at least $40,000,u000,:w l
worth at present prices.
There may also be fabulous quantities of gas.
The Supreme Court of the United States in .two famous law-'
suits has said this oil does naot belong to the' three Statei lonm.
but to all the people of this coun-try-the United States of"
But with no better claim to the oil than that they are cU-
to it, these states with the help of big oil companies have lro-
duced a bill, to overrule the Supreme Court and have Congress
make them an outright gift of the oil.
they recently got their bill through the House of Reprentb i1
atives and it is now in the Senate.
It is exactly the same kind of "giveaway" bill that the Pre
sident vetoed about five years ago before the two lawsuit werW
decided. u
.Every teacher, every parent knows the desperate financial
condition of education all over the United States-of-grammar'
schools, high schools and colleges.
.Meanwhile the Federal government is up to its neck in-debt,
unable because of mounting military requirements to fore-sg
4 balanced budget. .
The American taxpayer is already carrying a heavy tax
burden and sees a still heavier one ahead.
If he is a parent or teacher he says to himself that he
knows our schools are in serious condition, but he doesn't for
the, life of him see where he is going to get the money o pelt
them inL the shape they should be.
But if we pub these three things together-oil, educatloifand
the tax burden-you get a result, a solution that will wor- .
My "new challenge" is putting all three together.
That is what is proposed in the "Oil for Education" atend.
ment sponsored by myself anl Senatirs Douglas of Illinois Ke-
fauver of Tennessee, Morse of Oregon, Neely of West VLinis'
Tobey of New Hampshire', Henings qf Missouri, e on aw
necticuf, Humphrey of Minnesot$, Chavez of New Mextc6
man of New York, my colleague Senator Sparkman, andi qp.-
gressman Mike 'Mansfield of Montana.
The amendment provides that the royalties from this Duble
undersea oil resource shall be paid'ihto'if United States
ury and used for education.
This is the policy that Congress adopted i tt, M4orril e t,
providing grants' of 'public land for the establishment of our
magnificent system of land-grant colleges.ia .,
Applying the same policy to this great new ahl res o*
at the bottom of the sea would be like placing an oil well in the"
back yard of every grammar school, high school anl college In
America. ,. -
This oil offers education's big chance-the means given by
providence without taxes for meeting a large part of education's
pressing needs.
It is America's big chance-the means given by providence
without taxes for meeting a large part of education's pressing
needs. i
It is America's big chance to turn the trend away from 1111-
teracy and educational deficiency that has caused the rejection
of over 300,000 young men by the Armed Services since Korea-
the equivalent of over seventeen Infantry divisions.
Our potential enemies outnumber us many' times In man.
Our industrial and military superiority rest upon the educs...
tion and scientific training of our people.
As the Atlanta Journal recently pointed out in a splendid
editorial, this vast store of undersea oil is one of our greatest
potential sources of oil.
The lat6 Secretary of National Defense, Mr. James Forrestal,
defending Federal ownership, called it one of our most priceless
For all our atom bombs, we could not carry them to the
enemy without oil. Forty-two per cent of the total world supply
lies in Russia's back yard in the Middle East.
The oil tremors in Iran at this hour point up the import-
ance of keeping the withdrawal of our oil under the conservatiou
supervision of the United States Department of the Interior, n
cooperation with the Department of National Defense.
The oil must be used in the interest of national security. Thle
royalties should be used for the education of the children of he
entire nation.
The Oil-for-Education amendment should have the' Icttve
support of every parent, every teacher, every educator. o
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)

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Mrs. T. G/Whitt, wife of Commander White, command-
ing officer of Squadron VP-45, Coco Solo Naval Air station,
%t leaving early In September with her husband for their
aew s"ttion in Washington, D. C.
A number of affairs have been arranged in her honor
before her departure. The squadron wives honored Mrs.
White at a dessert card party given by Mrs. E. C. Atkinson
and Mrs. F. A. Benekamp at the Atkins residence at Coco

At this time a handsome em-
broidered table cloth and napkins
was presented the honoree by the
squadron wives, as a bon voyage
Prizes for bridge were won by
Mrs. J. F. Barlow, Mrs. R. J.
Netro and Mrs. R. I. Gornik.
The canasta prizes went to
Mrs. R. K. Giffin and Mrs. W.
W. Bemls.
A delightful morning coffee
was given by Mrs. A. P. Ander-
son, at her Coco Solo residence
Monday to honor Mrs. T. G'.
White an dher mother-in-law,
Mrs. Laura C. White. who left
yesterday for California.
The senior Mrs. White has
been visiting her son and daugh-
ter-in-law. She sailed on the
"Fernstream" en route to her
home In Oakland, California.
Fragrant ginger lilies were used
to center the buffet table and
gresaes of carnations were pre-
sented the honorees by the hos-
The friends who called during
the morning included: Mrs. L.
L. Koepke. Mrs. H. E. Schmidt,
Mr.. W. D. King, Mrs. Theo-
dore L. Applequist. Mrs. W. W.
Bans, Mrs. E. C. Atkinson. Mrs.
F. H. Bonekamp,, Mrs. J. F.
Cider, Mrs. O. W. Dittman,
Mrs. A. L. Jansen, Mrs. M. L.
Ulleboe, Mrs. R. J. Netro, Mrs.
J. C. Novak. Mrs. J. D. Rives,
Wr$. C. 0. Robins, Mrs. V. A.
Shweitzer. Mrs. W. E. Schwelt-
tr, Mrs. W. E. Simpson. Mrs.
L. A. 8nead. Mrs. L. E. Souders,
Mrs. e. M. Stein, Mrs. W. W.
Stevens. Mrs. M. A. Wilkinson,
Mrs J. R. Wolfersberger, Mrs. R.
K. Oiffin. Mrs. J. F. Barlow and
Mrs. Raymond 0. Gornick.

14o-Host Welcoming Party
A group of friends arranged a
no-host dinner party at the Cris-
tobal Oun club Monday evening
welcoming Captain and Mrs. R.
.W. Rubelli and their son David
back from their States vacation.
The group included: Lucien
Skeels, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Craig, Captain and Mrs. Gordon
Karger and Mr. and Mrs. How-
ard Anderson.
The Rubelli family made their
headquarters at Elizabeth. New
Jersey and from there made
t to Niagara Falls. Atlantic
and Canada.
haplini Praino
V^ Co~mhtander E. X. 1H44M
Who arrived recently to assume
Sthe duties at the Coco Solo Na-
val Station recently vacated by
Chaplain Meagher. was honored
with a cocktail and buffet supper
patty given Monday evening by
t. (Jg) and Mrs. William D.
Ronayne at their residence at
the Coco SolQ Naval Station.

Invited to meet the Chaplain
were: Lt. and Mrs. H. E. Wal-
thers, Lt. and Mrs, Robert
Schaefer, Lt. Robert Darrow, Lt.
(Jg) and Mrs. Michael Leahy
and C.W.O. and Mrs. Donald
Luncheon for
Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Irving
and their son, Gary, were guests
at a luncheon given Monday by
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baggett at
their Gatun residence.
The Irvings arrived that day
from a vacation in the States.
They visited in Illinois and made
a trip to California. visiting for-
mer Isthman friends en route.
The other luncheon guests
were: Mr. Ernest Krubsack and
Mr. Paul Kunkle.

Cub Pack I
Starts Fall Meetings
Cub Pack 1 of Margarita will
hold its first meeting Friday,
Aug. 31 at 7:00 p.m. at the Scout
All former members of the
Pack with their parents and all
boys of eight years of age and
older, who are interested in join-
ing and their parents, are invited
to attend.
The children will be shown
moving pictures while the adults
have a meeting.
Departure and Arrivals
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McDermitt
and son Floyd of Gatun. arrived
Monday. They spent a vacation
visiting relatives in West Virgi-
nia and Nebraska and also visit-
ed former Isthmian friends in
North Carolina and New York.
They were present for the wed-
ding of Miss Barbara De Smidt.
daughter Of the former pastor of
the Gatun Union Church, who is
now residing in Troy, New York.
Captain and Mrs. Sam Rowley,
of Margarita and their children,
Dorothy and June and Sam, re-
turned Monday from a vacation
spent in New York and the east-
ern states.

Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell San-
ders and children, Carolyn. Max,
Jr.. and Gordon, of Margarita,
enjoyed a three-month visit with
relatives in Washington. D.C.,
Bradenton, Florida and Louis-
ville. Kentucky. The latter part
of the vacation was spent at
AdamtoU, ,NJ.,
. Mite Ar Is hl, of Ga-
tun. returned from a visit with
Chaplain and Mrs. Hoffmeyer
and family in Baltimore, Mary-
Mrs. John E. Fisher. who has
been visiting her parents. Mr.
and Mrs. Julio Salas, left by

Two 'Minor Changes Made

In C. Z. School Districts
Only two minor changes have Children in kinder garden
been made in Canal Zone school through grade six who live at the
districts for the coming school Pacific West Bank, except Coco-
year which opens next Wednes- 11.
A sixth grade will be reestab- Children in grade two who live
lished at the Ancon Elementary at Fort Clayton and all children
school for sixth grade students in kindergarten through grade
In that community. Ancon sixth- six who live at Pedro Miguel.
graders attended school at Bal- Madden Dam and Summit, will
boa last year. attend.
The Ancon kindergarten wil! GAMBOA SCHOOL -Children
Include children from Quarry in kindergarten through grade
Heights. Balboa Heights and six who live at Gamboa.
Ancon this year. some of whom GATUN SCHOOL Children
would have been included in the in kindergarten through grade
Balboa district last year. six who live at Gatun and Fort
The students who will be in- Davis.
eluded in the district of each Ca- MARGARITA SCHOOL Chil-
nal Zone white schools follow: dren in kindergarten through
ANCON ELEMENTARY erade six who live at Margarita,
SCHOOL Kindergarten chil- Coco Solito. Coco Solo, Fort Gu-
lren who live at Quarry Heights. lick. Brazos Heights, France
Balboa Heights and Ancon; and Field and Fort Sherman.
children in grades one through CRISTOBAL ELEME N T A R Y
ix who live in houses 052. 0558. SCHOOL- Children n kinder-
010. 587 and on the Ancon side garten through grade six who
of these houses, live at Old Cristobal, New Cristo-
BALBOA ELEMENTARY bal, Colon Beach and the De-
SCHOOL Children in grades esseps area will attend.
one through six who live In Sosa HI SHOOL PacfIc sie
Place, Darien Place. San Juan HIuo tSCHOOL sPvaci rosid
Place houses 586 and 587-X, and students in grades seven through I
Sthe Balboa side f these loca- twelve, including Gamboa. will
ons ."Acl e "dnIn t ... attend school in Balboa. Atlantic
through grade six who live at Al- side students of Grades seven
brook Air Force Base. Balboa through twelve will attend Cris-
Fifteenth Naval District Head- tobal Junior-Senior High School.
quarters, and Fort Amador; chil- CORN GROWS TALL
dren in grades one through six MT. VERNON. Ind (UTP)
who live at Quarry Heights; and Who said, asks William Rose.
children in grades four through that Iowa is the tall corn state?
six who live at Curundu Heights. Rose reported a stalk of corn in
DIRABLO H TS CH Rose reported a stalk of corn in
DIABLO HEIGHTS SCHOOL--- his garden trew to 17 feet four
Children in grades kindergarten '.iches.
thrUgh six who live at Fort Clay- I
ton; children in grades kinder -
garten through three who live at
Qurundu Heights; and all chil- TA(;AROPI I .()S
dPen in gredts ki idergarten
through six who live sit Corozal.' INDUSTRIES. S.A.
Gurundu. Diablo Heights and
Diablo Terrace. I 4041 Fco Bova Ave
COCOLI SCHOOL Children Colon R P
in kindergarten to grade six who
live at Cocoli. Phones:

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plane-during the weekend to re-
uurn to her home in Shreveport,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stone and
daughter Kay, enjoyed a visit
with relatives in Jamestown, New
York. returning Monday to the
Mrs. Robert Hanna and' sons,
Bobby, Billy, Tommy and John-
ny, returned from a visit with
relatives in Buffalo. New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Eg-
ger with Beverly and Patricia,
spent their vacation with Mrs.
Egger's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
David Huff of Vandera, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. G,. H. Egger
entertained with a family dinner
party at their New Cristobal
home for their son and his fami-
ly Monday evening.
Friends will be Interested to
w**t Mr. and Mrs. Huff
are now visiting Mr. and Mrs.
s Coman. Sr.. former Cris-
tobal residents, at their home in
Captain and Mrs. Pascal Ada-
mo and son Paul, of Fort Gulick,
were among Monday's arrivals.
They spent a month at their
home in Ellwood City, Pennsyl-
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Gray. of
Gatun and daughter, JudKh, re-
turned from a vacation spent
with relatives in Missouri.
Mrs. Charles L. Green, who
was called to her Florida home
because of the illness of her fa-
ther, also arrived Monday.
Visitors in Transit
Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Book-
out. of Quepos, Costa Rica. were
visitors here this week while in
transit to New York. They will
visit in Charleston, S.C., and

Hospital Note
Mrs. George Wertz is a patient
in Colon Hospital:

Former Suffrageftte

Files Suit Claiming

Hubby Failed Her

(UP) A silver-haired woman,
who once build up a small for-
tune in real estate, filed suit to-
day to recover thousands of dol-
lars worth of property she claim-
ed was stolen by her now-de-
ceased husband while she was in
an insane asylum.
Mrs. Adele Louise Tucker, 71,
charged that William Henry
Tucker, Sr. "ral"Shaded." ler th-
to an instit~tlon .t* Miredatevi14.
Ga., for 17 years. While she was
gone. the suit charged, he form-
ed a dummy corporation which
disposed of her valuable real es-
tate holdings.
Her 113-page bill of complaint
Identified the last board of di-
rectors of the corporation as
Mabel Williams, James P. Hill
and Marie Parkhurst Alvis. The
complaint named 64 defendants,
including a bank, a church, three
insurance companies and The Ti-
tle and Trust Co. of Florida.
Mrs. Tucker was a leading
"suffragette" and campaigned in
the midwest in behalf of the
women's movement. She built up
her valuable real estate holdings
shortly after the turn of the
century but she left the hospital
at Milledgeville in 1947 to work
as a cashier in a dry-cleaning es-
tablishment there.
"My position in society has
been reduced to that of slavery,"
she wrote in 1942 in an effort to
get out of the asylum. She now
lives in a trailer near Milledge-


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HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Merle sensafAonal script. yok* je, I
Oberon, who's been right u. have this need to 40 onq iture
there with (arbo and Howard that I won't be terribly ashamed
Hughes i .the living legends of."
league slcse the death of her "Actually I had decided to re-
fiance, Co it Oirogio Cini, ad& tire before Count Cinl-" Merle's
mitted to mte that she's about to0 vice trailed off and her fingers
retire. came to rest. ."L mean. -we had
It was the day before she. w decided to get married and I
to fly to London for her starring knew that there was nb possible
role i "24 Hours in the Life of & chance of my working.
Woman" and Merle was the first "People say an actreda can't re-
legend I've' ever wanted to. wis- tire. Do you know, Count Cinl's
tle t i'-her white shorts and mother was oe of the greatest
open-throated blouse. actresses in Italy? Second to
For two years she had refu- Duse. She turned her back on
to talk to-.bwspapermen at the whole thing. It can be done.
great length, but a press age "You know what happened
named Geo fe Thomas who w6ft then. I must say I did feel pretty
her confidenme in Europe .had awful. It's an old cliche, but time
persuaded kr to break her shell and life have to go on. One ne-
of rile, ver thinks one ran putt oneself
"The-FlUre that Merle maK 'together again. Now I'm all right.
with Pakijenreld in France ;i It's happened since I've come
about to be released," he sakt back' to Hollywood and this
"The title 1.'Pardon My Frenql house."
and Merle said she'd help us with She looked around at her pala-
an nter.ieW." total Bel Air mansion with its
"Oh, yea," smiled Merle. ","I rich teakwood tones and walls
want t help. I really want to hung with valuablee paintings.
retire.". ---
I committed that Hedy La- "I love this home so much,"
marr and Fred Astaire had said Merle said solemnly. "I built it.
the same thing. Everything in it la part of me.
"But I mean it," said Merle. I'll come back here, of course."
"What's the point of going on? "To marry Dr. Rex Ross?" I
I'd only end up making more bad asked.
pictures. I'd die if that happen- "We're friends., that's all," aid
ed. Why are pictures so bad these Merle." It isn't anything like that
days? I've asked people and no- with us. Marriage. I mean."
body seems to know. She went back to her= needle-
"I'm always being pushed In- point and talked about Holly-
to something that's wrong or riot wood. '
careftully thought out for me. It "It's changed. When I first
was different when I was With came here, the women were so
Samuel Goldwyn, of course., le beautiful and it was all so glam-
thought a gfeat deal of me as an orous. Today. they talk- about
actress." 'The Thing' Instead of beauty
-- .and glamor,
When did Merle think she'd "You come off the pedestal
turn in her Screen Actors Guild when you make bad pictures. To-
membership card? day so many actors don't qare.
The slant eyed beauty thought It's anything for a buck. They do
it over and remarked that it anything to get thoir faces on
would probably happen after she billboards.
finished "24 Hours in the Life of "They accept $6500 and a tele-
a Woman." vision set for saying that this or
"I want to do one good picture that product is good. That's why
and then say goodby. This looks the glamor is disappearing from
like the picture. I'm told It's a Hollywood."


FrW Ftoh4.

WASHINOG, Aug : 29 (UP)
p lbta representative
Herbert Scuddt't day appealed
to President Truman for action
to halt the fre importation of
frozen tuna from Peru and Ja-
In a letter to President Tru-
man, Scudder said the United
States Pacific coast albacore and
tuna industry was "threatened
with unemployment and possible
bankruptcy" unless the free im-
ports 9f fish from Japan and Pe-
ru was baited..
He pointed out an escape
clause witenri Into the extension
.of the Reoiprocal Trade act that
would allow "adjustments" to be
Scudder said that he was In-
formed- by Califdrnian fishermen
that imports of tuna have risen
by 1,400% in the past five years.
Importers resorted.to frozen tuna
shipments after tlhe import du-
ties were increased this year on
canned tuna.


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lit x ae Informes obtenid en. fuenths -.eterodos indi-
S.', c .. .. L "can que dentro dt pacas umonasOrdn iniciodos los
.*..'..' .' :* '**'* '.* ~?* ,trabojos de onsawdr do la Vit 4#& upo-b Albrook'
1,' .Nk Field con Pedrt ul, la cual tiadr6 seis vies on
Capaic vez de tres co06ran la oc'ualidad.
0. P t e a oEsta avenida, serdt la m6s etse que existird en
o r Lta Rep6blica y on sus dos vias chntrales I's autom"-
V"Ao y '. iles tendr6n que correr un minimo do cincuento
:. ^B~^^ I^^ ^miliaS. :
tfrit 4a ^ QaA na~t~f^ es..^^B^ mil
0 Seg6n se nos inform en la misnouente, en esta
A.Aw i"... *'T imerwoexm "nc o- obra ser6 usado un crecido n6mne de trmbajadores
oen vaetna- n&,ha ,-udo que umn grat. y servir6 adem6s para descongestionar *I tr6nsito en
sal enl. Pp7 Po4 M rle rnteni 4d
B ,- |pla rM6o del Hospi- ,pe de tcbla es1renten ar ese sector de la Zona del Canal, que fe ha recorgado
...... yr e n v la royecto. de Acuer- o. hora debido oal puente que se construy6 sobre el Co-
dPeAbliUca Delb4,-aes-; do* media te el ua1,se a nal el cual une esta Capital con A interior.
bl01tmle ,la ..b0 .aldiblica, todos los dis pen-. r,
talaor Aafud P 4ia, u el Muinicl-
Mad .d fcil, .sarlos' ly a d an-
MniU^B~dri~ir~e~u a plo tioene ",la 'iludad de Pass- ^ BL ^ *'*j,1 1
S ana no dm ertueformenpar-
Dino a A uatro to del .]tram de est e depar- OS rofe res Ueron destitudos
de e,I muchas Vfce sin tanento. i i de E
p divar uthlh'b q comer, Iforih6', el Director Calvo, | par e MIIter Eoucaacon
vsta.dc eata grave situa- *. l po l M,.lUU uc I
.'*" ,, "+ Don Julio Ernesto Heurtems- En la mafiana de hoy se di- do nombrad professor al ar-
e tte;oesyse destcada Intervenc'1n _taron los decretos 506 y 07 per vicio del Ministerlo de Edu-
l Z S en las reunlonea del Consejo In medio de los cuales ase deatitu- clon y el qaflor Aponte, profe-
S, teramericano EBon6mico y So- yen de sus cargos a dos prcte- sor en Is Zscuela Normal J. 3..
rz o cial .ha merecido un caUdo els- sor- que estaban al servicio del Arosemena, pero tambltn prcs-
Sea ia il subsMeeretarlo de Estadoe Ministerio de Educaci6n y que taba eprviclo en el Ministeric.
o tlE lX V noeamericano sehor Edward hAtban sido nombrados .duraute El decreto menclonado lleva
1 ,* G. Miller. la Itdministract6n del Dr. Arnul- la firm del Presidente de la
mI lg _t_, U [ J ~u FoAh is lt -- lArlasu. Son ellos la Profesora RepibUclica don Alcibiades Arose-
L d-re tee. aParedes de PAes y el mena 7y. a Ministro de Educaf
pr.tesor Ra il Frahcisco Aponte. c16n, Ingjalero Ricardo J. Ber-I
miarelJ s -a 4uftecirl _too, ti 6 eatua de' Laoa sehors de Pies haba t- mudez.-
runtarle.. e --, Juez. odCr,
tat6t: "No 0 Wl
^ testA:^^.^^^ 40"', Arose 'ena n i *ii 1
Ayir 1I II &PU I s
:+-- + +. Ja, ^s._. ^p _, ,, -- r ue her.o con ar ad uego
8 BN JUaAN. Agoeto 20 (UP) -- Ayer lie56 al Oampus la es- Fu he-oc na n ef e o
fi^4rftAjA y.HueA al J.UCt jul4 3y Toro Beu- tatus, do Justld Arosqmeha, eje- I l
tenmO & I nacionM ta cutasa per l grm, escultor, ttfa O I;
r Pedro-4210 a im- V otorio Macho ,ricaro-del en un costudo un agricultor
"-"h'"" "" '~ nd n 6.' 2a St a .de.,Oaba- Gobierno de Panama. De acuer-
f j por es d1 c nl le ly, esta etatu de *
,.,de itAy que be I de- nt tro gran penador seri co- en Corregento de horrera
^^ 4 *IM rracl ? m del- po lob.a^!^^e Corre `miehto de Chorrera
...'rrocm del. er pr o ada on del entry del Ca pus

.- medio deo Ia fuera,, dt a ldad Unla verel taml El hecho ocurrio. cuando ambos se encontraban
+t a nd ^J+ens* 4 9 .bCapos, de ibn R6, enda M- en CaCeria. El herido esta en el Hospital
a T. m m envuentrnt '~ e xe y t ~ a p r s
to- o e 5'Io:Ilan-- .Mreeeldopon os ade e teart- .y u coiPafer, en la CarCel
,Hf .q. 17^d en P u..a y! el r As ..Cr

... -. *L Juan Me
4 ?W le~ lrS-w .se* hi con arms de (fues de Cineilategrafo
de *'C.di5je 8*D a D A Antonio veo, en el Costado B4 Mat*
c .. pU ., a.o do moP6n ieu quierdo. t hecho de algm Robert Walker
falafr .en favor del Jues la anulaci del verec o .el tuvo lugar cuando ambos e eia-' R r
t, Maglatrdo Carrasco Jurado. contraban de caceria por CM HOLLYWOOD, Agosto 29 (UP)
ON't -ha rktos'u HOLLYEROD, Dgso9(LP
UDE AYER MAS DF cn' -- MI actor de cine, Robert Wal-
.Iw tittg.g.A itiOln "e-' Antes de dieter sentcia el. Yerido e encuentra aloja- ker, de afios de edad y quien
a* m vo de la dero- Juez le preguntb a AlblUt Cair- do en el Hospital Santo Tomas ae encoftraba en una chnica
dMo iee.t6 Para pos ftets a l. o ue de. a to 2 2300 y su heridor en up celds de decade hace ae s meses por al-
0iE Br. Ti.o- que eate contet6 "No Bef60lo". la carcel de La Choriera, a r- cohollrmoP murl6 anoche poco
40o0 _; + denes del Personero Munlclp,!, despuea queIlos medlcos le die-
+ ... .... '.+ Carlos Rodriguez ;.pez funcio- ran sedativos para calmar s'u
nario bate que adelanta las ht- "estado emoelonal".I
vestigacionesr delcaso. Pt6xima- Los mlembros del escuadc6nn
mente dAlho funclonario se de restate del Departamento de
traslailark al lugar de los he- Bomberos le estuvieron dandoI
chos, a fin do practicar varlas oxigeno a Walker durante dosI
diligencias y esablecer las ..au- horas en tin esfuerzo par sal-I
sas de este nuevo hecWno dPe
sangre. (Pama la PnFins 6. Columns 5)


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Tel6fono 3-11

Descontentos los prodUictores

bolivianos de esta o con los

terminos de tratado comercl
Segun informed extradficiales este ser& firma ""I
hoy en Is ciudad de Washington .-

vianoi de eA fo xpww n'ron bien es possible que lo atave,'
profundo desagrado por el cur- :
so que han tornado las negocla- De acuerdo con el royect.
clones entire Bolivia y Estados contrato, Bolivia vender la p '
Unidos sobre el precio de 6se ducci6n del mes de Julio a t
metal. Reconstruction Finance Corpo-
Los representantes de datas ration al precio de un d61ar do 40
empresas en Nueva York dije- ce centavos por libra, lo cual Mi
ron que el contrato provisional, nueve centavos mayor que el1
que segmn informed extraoficia- miximo oflcial, pero inferior'a 1
lea se firmari hoy en Washing- que pide Bolivia. ,

Extrana odisea de cargueri

peruano que se creia seria

usado para volar el Canal

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El H.D. Decerega Esta manana fu

hace aclaracl6n unanimidad la
sobre N. Zurita sustent6 el dele
El Diputado Decerega nos ha-
de la sigulente declaracl6n: .
"Declaro que (ui partidarlo Mientras el Comit6 de Precios
de la libertad del Diputado Zu- y Reservas Monetarlas cerra-
rita alempre *que la fianza de a sus actuaciones en la mafia-
excarcelaci6n=a que debe estar na de hoy, el grupo, de trabajo
sometldo hubi e sido aceptada constituido pot la Comli6n de
por un tribunal ordinario com- Materiales y Productos Eacasos
petente para juzgar su caso, co- realizaba su quinta reunl6n en
mo ex-Ministro de E.tado que las qhe la destacada interven-
era cuando ejecut6 los hechos ci6n del delegado panAmeio,
que lo mantenlan detehido, y don Jullo Erneato Heurteimatte
no como Diputado a la Asam- merectera un calido eloglo del
blea Nacional. Subsecretario de Estado de la
En ml opinl6n, As inexplica- Uni6n, Deftor Edward o. Miller.
ble la actitud asumida por la Los Debates de la Comtsin'
mayoria de los mierhbros de la que trata de Productos y Ma-
Comisi6n Legialativa Permanen- teriales, escaos se ban conver-
te, al otorgarle por si y ante si tido en el eje central de la Se-
fianza de excarcelacl6n al Di- gunda Sealo6n xtraordlnaria
putado Zurita pues es blen sa- de% ConseJo Econ6mico y Social
ido que el Tribunal que con- debido a ls complejidad del te-
cede la flanza es el Tribunal al ma, en discual6n.
cual le toca juzgarlo. Hasta Despuis de cuatro reuniones
donde estoy enteradd hay el del grupo de trabajd, no se ha-
prop6sito de enviar el caso a la bia llegado ain a esta altura
Asamblea Nacional para que 6s- de la Sesi6n a Un acUerdo res-
to lo juzgue. Atn cuando no pecto a una Declaraci6n Gene-
estoy de acuerdo con ello, debt ral y respect a los principles
manifestar que en. ese caso que determinant la political
tampoco tocaria a la Comial6n que los passes americanos se-
Legislativa otorgar la libertad guirin ante la Conferencia In-
bajo flanza a Zurita sino a la ternacional de Materiales.
propia Asamblea; Al Iniclarse la quinta reuni6n
onr 1. la 6m. n o er ,,. del grupo de trabalo de la Co-

. -

ie aprobada po

propuesta que ;

gado panamen

misi6n II, el delegado de P.
nama senior Jullo Ernesto HeiR0
tematte propuso y deline6
balmente las bases de la
de los Estados AmericanosL,
un texto de Declaraci6n 06
ral que comprende -cuatro
ciplos fundamentals para,
political de los patles del W
tinente en la Conferencj
ternacional de Materlalei.
texto del proyecto pan
merec16 ser aprobado pr a
nimidad y su enunciado ese
sigulente: -
Principlos de la political i
los paises americanos ante '1s
Conerencia Internacional dt
lo. Declarar que los Estados
Americanos consideran la Co-,-
ferencia Internacional de Mate-
riales como un organlsmo df:
caracter transitorio y que ,c^
debera subsistir en tanto exI&t
una situaci6n de etnergencia
justifique su funclonamiento
2o. Declarar que los Est v|
Americanos tomarAn las aff
das que sean conducentes a i
ner en todo momentcr'una ft
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Mantener detenldo aor mas
tempo al Diputado Zurita to-
da vez que la falta de que se
le acusa, otros delincuentes si-
milares vienen gozando de li-
bertad.-Dejo asi explicada mi
poslci6n frente al caso Zurita.
Panam, Agosto 29 de 1951a
Demeteio Deeereta

Rinden homenaje a
Bolvar 44l0, 000

Maiana a las cuatro de la
tarde; se celebrara en el -a-
l6n Bolivarlano del Colegio de
La Salle de esta cludad, un
actor de acercamiento continen-
tal en honor al Libertador Si-
m6n Bolivar, al cual concurri-
ran los delegados de los paises
americanos a la reunl6n de la
Llevara la palabra en este
acto, que sera auspiciado por
la Sociedad Bolivariana de Pa-
nama, el doctor Rend Leper-
vanche Paparcen, president de
la Delejaci6n de Venezuela.
Miembros del Cuerpo DiplomA-
tico de Panama y altas auto-
ridades del Oobierno asistiran
a este homenaje al Libertador,
ofrecido por los representan-
tes de los paises bolivarianos.

Visit El Panama
de ds miitareS de ]OS E.U. Americe" Embajador
* de Costa Rica aqui
comp icados en un asesinato dEnost& inc a u
En la maflans de hoy tuvlr
EstAn acusadas de haber dado milerte a su Coman- mom el, agrado de reeibit la
dante detras de las lipeas enemigas giide S.E. E L. afon
Guzain Ls6n, Embajador de
VZRBANtA, Italia, agosto 29. La petici6n de extradiel6n Ila Repdbli de Costa Ri en
(UP). La Oorte Penal de fue enviada al Proatrador Re- nam. uto dp l
Verbania $1l16 formaImentei la sgonal en Turin. De alli, 6sta canos r.Presiadentere don
extradiecf de o atedos Unidos sero enviada al Ministerio de Otilo SU Pst es rdon
de los d60* exMlembros del 088O Aaticia en Roma y luego al Mi- Otillo Ulrte, su agradenr-
acu ^ 4 haber .einado nterio de Relac on Exterio- mien por nuestro omentar
a OuI 6t dante detrAs de o es, el cual la presentara ante editorial publicado en torn
las linow hemIga en el Nor- el Goblerno de Estados Unidos. Itos ondeoraci6ne de quorsun
te d rtat soim.objeto, de varte del Presiden-
te do Italtt en 1944. .;La, Corte de Verbania le pi- Eados Unios el
rad ?stados Unldos queoenvfe ridente de Costa Rica.
ar ex-Teniente Aldo Icardi, de P i t C a
cD rene reAt Nueva York y al ex-Sargento
e~sci enISe res *Carlo Lodolce, de Rochester, N. 11 a
S a Italia para que sean so-
de U* H lAdnra eA n tidos a juicio por el asesi- Lip y avi
06 UH naragio ,, ,o del Mayor WUllam V. |,,-_
j lhn a .oIo.h." fifj0 reCus0
cOst a N ara .s B U E1 juez Carlo Rama, quien *_ al |- l lu
prepare los documents de ex- l | 6
NUBVA O* LEANS, agostoe 29 tradici6n, dijo que sa 6sta es d l d 'C b
(UP). El CapitAln Virgil Gia- negada, los dos norteamerica- ,, i.s h undo
ni. de I Standard Fruit.and s seran juzgados 'In absen- No fu sino N ota o.ue tl al
Steamship Company, envi6o uu ti" cuando dos italianos, Gual- ieg6 la- ...oneta Pez auilen
men-Je per radio comanican- tiero Tozzini y Giuseppe Manni recluso Fipe B.enado ,a sets
do que habia avistado una em- ni aean juzgados por complici- habia sido on envado a lat
baraoei6n volteada rfuera de dad en el caso. ,meses de pr .6n y en.oa m-h
las etas de Nicaragua y que Isla de Goioa, y que luego, m -
muy bien',a tratarse de Icardi y Lodolce eran mlem- diante recurso de apelacon lui
la embark ea*= laI que tres bros de una miasif del 088 puesto en libertad.
Joven de s Chicago se embar" encabezada por Holohan, quie- La avioneta sali6 ayer para
careaon eamado el terrible hn- nes fueron lPnzados en para- Coiba, pero debido al mal tienm-
rac. r cagidas al Norte do Italia para po tuvo que baJar en Santia-
que se pusieran en contact go de Veragua&, hasta Psta ma-
Un ot Ietal del serviele de con los miembros de la resis- nana cuando sigui6o liacia la
Guards& C & dijo que "no telcia Itallana a fles d, 1944. menclonada isla.
cnvar aist% avon a b Es la primera vez en la his-
ear I hf ha ta nto a Holohan desapareci6 miate- toria del Penal, que un recluso
vHaN- s*bfcalare eon of riosamente en dialembre de es traido en avion a esta ciu-
OI&s Qfal p eme led d* 14. Despu.s deon r .ves- dad.
ga nli f d6nde oa- t es, las an sl -I ita-.
vistl a wwdo". arrestaron 7i El recluso, que tlene largo
L IM ie se scaen- u- ni, quienes aIt' Jgraj n historical policivo. fu. condena-
tran M M Loale Strat- en la misl6n,. IM l e at- do por el Alcalde de Capira
ten, i a mi s hermano rom que Icardi halr a emo vago y puesto a 6rdenes
CharI d y Murray Wright el aelnato de Holotam. del Departamento de Correccl6n
de ZLt. Jveae salls- T mto Iceardl cme- aooe por el Goberns4r de la Pro-
e do a. el 5* ha negado r al- vincia de Panam. Parece que
&*** 1 Canal d* M ,4n la uerte im .- an, el suleto menclonade r-esent6
Paa# de oS plea. prestos, nco aM t un recurso de apelael6n 1 cual
AaaqW. 94" r r 6nailpd* AP 0 de Italla, -f lme m le fud concedldo. y de alli que
-n & l1a C dft A Nueva York lta 1 a a se procedlera a su traslado in-
islr hAtor de mediato de Colba a la Capital.
LIAM,- t.< :

El carguero permano Santa M6niea anclado en Balboa
en. espera de que mejore sa suerte.
(Foto Hindi Diamond)
81 por alguna casualidad us- tin Erich Hanke, anteriormen.
ted sintoniza una de las emiso- te un ciudadano aleman y aho-
ras norteamericanas y escucha ra nacionalizado peruano, aq-
que un buque misterioso esta lid con rumbo a Panama cn
rondando el Canal y llsto para la esperanza de conseguir un
volar las esclusas, no lo crea. contrato para cargar cemento.
El mencionado buque no es I El habia oido que la compaftima
masque un pobre bote Inofen- Cemento Panama necesitaba un
sivo de carga Hamado Santa bote para transportar un ce-
Monica. Su condici6n escasa- mento hacia San Salvador.
mente podria ser de buque de AcLualmente ningiun contra-
guerra y much menos se atre- to se llego a firmar, de acuer-
veria a volar el Canal. do con infortnacion dada a la
Bajo la bandera peruana, el prensa por oflciales de la com-
buque lleg6 a la entrada del paiia Cemento Panama. El al1
SCanal el 6 de agosto y ha es- to empleado en mencl6n cert*
Itado anclado alli desde enton- fic6 que ellos tenian medio nu
Sces. ll6n de sacos de cement listed
L.Ipara mandarlos al Puerto La
Ayer en la tar4e el Secreta- Union, en El Salvador, pero co-
rio Ejecutivo de la Compantia mo el buque Santa Monica q-
del CanAl de Panama recibio taba envuelto en un juicio, 3V
una llamada urgente'de Wash- podian contratar dicho buque
ington. Lo llamaba Jack Brooks para transportar el cargament
de la "National Broadcasting de cemento.
Company" con quien convert ,-
por espaclo de diez minutes. El juicio en menci6n,ea s
Parece que Brooks supo en 15,000 dolares que el senor
Washington que un submarino fonso Senior, el agent del
peligroso estaba rondando el co en Bogota, Colombia, le 1
Canal y 61 quiso reportarlo a ?o al barco y quien acaba
las autoridades diel Canal in- liegar a Panama. El sefiorW
medlatamente. nior le declar6 a un epr
Todo comenz6 cuando el Ca- tante de "El Panama Am
piton del buque Santq Monica que el juicio se debe a
contrat6 21 trtulantes Mn Bue- aAo pasado 61 page toda
naventura, Colompabla. E1 Capl- (Passa a i Pa. 4 O

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Panama propuso los principios c

la political de America en la CI

a ilatI ille la extrallici6n



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S1LcaD La cienc
t".'m1soACP.OP L'/A' -, P,, DRJW PEARSON "
'gLffITC' 2 24)74C CC:TRIAL PRIA>A) AP*NTADO POTlAt No. E nu15 a n A
V. -t 0-. ,Aon at,. ST A *-n orr& 91 ,P s El mcndo se ernts oy eon
S-'-" "" O " ""T*:"..--- -. Lister Hill dice: Muchas veces lQS Senadores son recom- una terrible mase papel
UN PROBLEMA NACIONAL pensodos por su trobojo; el.. nevo reto es "petr6leo de o jerl6dleo. sa producelon
n no t para la educaci6n".
En nota editorial anterior se llam6 la atenci6n NOTA: Mlentras Drew Pear- cac6n en Estados Unidos, de rr
son se encuentra de vacacle- las escuelas primarlas, secun-
acerca de la trascendencia que para el future po- nes, l Carrusel de Washing- darias y eolegioa. de 2 Nm i alboas
dria tener la aceptaci6n de la tbsis que ha adop- ton este slendo escrito per Mietras tanto, el Gobierno
d vazrios distinguidos columnis- Federal esta hasts el cuello en
tado, en esencia, el Organo Ejecutivo en el sentido de tas, tocindole el tuino' hey al deudas, Incapaz de hacerle ca a S Ca
que la declaratoria de inexequibilidad de un decreto Senador Lister Hill, de Ala- frente la ituaci6n debido al
bamla., El Senad.pr Hill. e-. j.eupuqsto de defense.
no puede producer efecto alguno en situaciones juri- tutor de varias leyes impor- MI plan 's quo las regalia Los ladrones hicleron su a-
dicas, de cualquiera clase que estas sean, es decir de tantes. de este per61eo submarine de- gosto ayer, cuando nueve de-
ben pe aigadas al Tesoro dO' nuncU a de hurtos fueron pre-
Derecho Ptblico o de Derecho Privado, que hubiesen PETROLEO Y EDUCACION Estados Untd'oa y usadas part sentados a la Polcia secret
ia laducact6n. Nacional por un total de ma
ocurrido en el lapso comnirendido entire la fecha de la WASHINGTON. La fida ate plan e ofrece una gran de dos ml balboa, de acuer-
expedici6n del decreto inconstitucional y la de la de- de un Senador no es siempre oportunidad a la education, los do con informacl6n suminis-
epediindel d o ionsti t a feliz. En estos dias, cuqndo Iqs nedio de hacerle frente al trada a nuestro d ia r I o por
claratoria de inexequibilidad. problems son tan cdn pejos, probleia sin neceidad de nue- fuentes of scales.
En la nota editorial aludida se indic6 la doctrine tan graves y tan globales, cada vos impuestos.
de que la declaratoria de inexequibilidad se refiere Senador se imagna ser in Este plan Ie daru a Estados El mas perjudlcado de los
Atlas con el mundo sobre sus Unidos oportunidao de comba- visitados por los ladronea, lue
al future y no al pasado s61o en lo que se refiere a hombros. tir el analfabetismo y la de- el senior Antonio PinllUa resi-
situaciones de Derecho Privado, prose sostuvo que Pero de vez en cuaPdo, el ficlencla educatlva que ha sido: denteen la Avenids Cuatro
ituaciones Derecho rivad, perenador recibe au recompense la cause que ms de 300,000 j6- de Julio No. 71, quien los a-
ello no es asi en lo tocante a actos que caen exclusi- por todos sub doiores de ca- venes hayan sido redhazadod! drones le sus trajeron joyas
beza al encontrar una solucilon por las fuerzas armadas des- y prendas de vestir por un va-
vamente bajo el imperio del Derecho PDblico, caso en razonable ra un probletri e Be el b6mienzo de la guerras or aproximado e 411.00 bal-
el cual tal declaratoria impone a los funcionarios del grandes proporciones. de Corea. boas.
. A. no El Senador sabe que al es I El petroleo debe ser usado
Estado la obligaci6n de tomar medidas para que n capaz de conseguir la aplca- en el blenestar national. Las De acuerdo con la denuncia
continfien en vigor las disposiciones oficiales que se cion de su solution i1 ngbralregalias deben ser usadas para presentada per el sefor Pinl-
. ..... i" lai I ,nhecho un gran servicio al pue- la educacl6n de los nifios de lla, el y su esposa salieron
dictaron bajo el regimen que estableci6 la violaci6n blo norteamervicano. Y ese ea todo el pais. a dar un paeo y al regresar
de la norma constitutional. su nuevo reto., r La ley que establece "el pe- a su casa se dieron cuenta que
Hoy, yo quiero hablarles'A d troleo para la educaci6n" debe habia sido saqueada de todos
Hay razones convincentes para esa distinci6n en- mi "nuevo reto". Lo llamarI tener el apoyo de cada padre los objetos de valor que se en-
tre los acts que afectan situaciones de Derecho Pri- "petroleo para la educaclin". de familia, cada maestro y ca- contraban en ella.
vado y los que afectan eclusivamente el Derecho P- Quizas ustedes se pregnten da. educator."
vado y los que afectan exclusivamente el Derecho Pf- que tiene que hacer el petro- El sefior Juan Ricardo see
blico: El individuo particular que act6a por raz6n de leo con la educaci6n de los present una denuncia en la
ninos de esta nacion. Pero de- olicia Secreta, conalstente que
la disposici6n acusada de inconstitucionalidad no to- jenme decirles. En las afueras en la casa de propiedad de la
ma part alguna en la adopcidn de tal disposici6n. Y de las costas de Tejas, Call- familiar de A. Esquivel en Pue-
fornia y Louisiana hay billones blo Nuevo de Las Sabanas, fue-
I no tiene el mismo grado de responsabilidad que tie- de barriles de petr6leo debajo ron robadas 42 gallinas y 14
net los funcionarios piblicos en lo que concierne al del mar. d e patos por un valor total de 128
Los ge61ogos del Departamen- ablboas.4
mantenimiento del orden juridico que establece la to del Interior y de las com- a 0b
Constituci6n. No hay, pues, raz6n alguna para que 1 aflias privadas calculan que Al sefor Javier Guardia,es-
Sh..ay salli por Io menos 40 nil tudiante residents en la Calle
aifra perjuicios como consecuencia de una violaci6n millones de d6lares en petr6- Samuel Lewis No. 1, le. fueron
contitucional perpetrada por funcionarios del Esta- leo. Quiza haya tambln can- f A robadas 20 camlsas marca "A-
oi iotidades fabulosas de gaso. Trte bla e &nmagb rriao. No rrow" y cuatro guayabanas por
do. Ni esta el, individuo en posici6n de reparar el La Corte Suprema de Esta- sumioto 1o irritaci6n cn sobre- un valor de 157 balboas, de a-
daiio caiiauido.a dos Unldos, en dos famosas de- dosis do ntiacidos o purgntes cuerdo con denuncio presenta-
m andas, ha fallado que este fuert. PEPTO-BISMOL no as ni do a la Policia Secreta.
; En caftb';o,'el caso del funcionario piblico es di- petroleo no le pertenece a los laxante, ni antiacido. iEs sedante
ferente. Es iste quien cooper o quien actia para tres Estados solamente, sino a PEPTO-BISMOL'ayuda a aliviar Ademis de estos robos ma-
todo el pais, Estados Unidos de el et6mago irritado. Es grato al yores, hubo sels robos mis de
i~tablecer la' disposicin atentatoria. Ademis, la Norte America. paladar. A lo niimoe gusta. Para menor cuantia, cuyo valor fluc-
ontitPud6n le in-,.;c e: .ilnte la obligaci6n de Pero sin otra raz6n que su lo d dsl et6mago, pida ta added 25 hasta 100 balboas
s aiU c en le upt .rsmancdatlao lgaSios n adae proximidad al petr6leo, estos on .u fnnacia pEPTO-BISMOL, en diferentes barrios de la ciu-
umplir y hacer'cumplir sus mandates. Si su actua- Estados, con la ayuda de las ES UN PROUCTO NORWICH. dad.
o1n produce desviaciones del Derecho Piblico, grandes camafilas petroleras, d
han presentado un proyecto de
1u caricter de funcionario Ileva consigo la obligaci6n ley para desconocer el fall
ge remediar, hasta donde sea possible, el dafio infe- de la Corte y qte el Congreto
les regale,-el petrbleo.,
fit o al Derzcho Pdblico. El medio de hacerlo no es: La ley fue aprobada recien- La Noticia del Aito
Otro q cl v de vlver pr los fueros de la Constitu presentnte en e Cim ra ad Re-
t16n, es decir revocar o cancelar Jas d posiciones ad- Ihoma menan a y eti Bado. Est tt
esen-ha mwmms-4ey que-4ae I'ea-
ministrativas o ejecutivas que se IVbieran puesto G a hace cinco afi Ls pr elC
pn vigor bajo el amparo del decreto que llegue a Presidents de la Repobibta. ..
Cada maestro, .cadA padre de
, Por otra parte, la abstenci6n del funcionario pi- condici6n financier de la edu- estOr6 en E X I B I C I N
blico de revocar tales disposiciones equivaldria a in- e-" "- st F I N D E SEM
sister oa reincidir en la violaci6n de la norma consti- Actos dife *n a0eE -
tucional, aun despues de la declaratoria de inexequi- 4pel (SABADO y DOMINGO)
bilidad. Porque si se admite, como generalmente se R" "" T "' ( S A A "
Pmntim pinte do inutNided, poct
adri'te, que tal declaratoria tiene en todo caso aplica- I' isi.iisc*B*.min. dei *.f-**?* de 9 a.m. a 10 p.m.
'ci6n para el future, es decir que no debe seguir apli- "'"'" o "' "is'"d'tl d
candose el decreto violatorio, el hecho de esa abs- I ,- -1 d. 1 .m A G CD A N A S
is kiweia, 46 wna s seaeCci> *bo- z:- A J N A SH
lenci6n, es decir, .,ue se mantengan en vigor las dis- I o", a.u d fuor* d.a ,..
Iosiciones que s6lo tienen base en dicho decreto, ,o a ,o .-.w ruce Tivoli Panama
kumanos notables so re.lisoren on
produciria el efecto ineludible de continuar causan- ,.omp do d s..uridwd. AnWII.s.. ,
.do airravios al Derecho Piblico. "do'd"e O""eet", i q
Repetimos, pues, que es de especial importancia SELECCIOMES do se br, qu. y ntS pr AutObuses
sal;6 y Noe m6* s de 24 ert"vculs
el studio de estas cuestiones, siempre que se proceda do gr.n vorldod* Itter6s y *I
con la debida objetividad, dejando a un lado los inci- *d *'. *." lbrr* F*r, y 0.amiones
denies netamente personales. | i. eini. c d o ci* r sn N
am--nte d* gloria, dt deram, Y \
trirue.a U* ioe smosocionl.
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el 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE a las 8 y 30 P.M.

insuflelefte ls sublds de pre- papel; pero, a partir de eo s
elos, una dthrlbuela Inade- epoea, Bomlenzan a praodulrif
cuada, tales son las principa- el Asia Central, PersA y7 el s.
leM eain a que eontrlbuyen a tual Turkestan rum. A =r1o'
agudlsar el problema en to- pios de la Edad Media as po-
das parts del mundo. Cons- dia encontrar papel eon Ar6bi&,
elente del, pellgro que este Eglpto y Marrueco P 1 y,. -
heobe suppos psra la divul- to mUa tarde, en 1 regise-
gacl6n del eoneelmlento y de diterrAnes occidental. atg elI
Isa nformael6n public, la slglo XI no hace 'asu aparl-
Conferencla General de la cl6n enh el Norte de Europa.
UNESCO ha otorgado parti- A partir de entonoes, aumen-
cular l mprtaneis a esta tan las necesidades del Qccl-
euewti, haeiendo un llama- dented en matefia de ppel y
miento a todos mos Estados hasts fines del siglo xVwI 3olo
miembr las urgentes medidas que son del miamb, salvo rara exeep-
del cams. El asiceulo que da- ci6n, lop trapos de algod6n 7
moes a eontlnuaein nos des- de lans o bien compuestos par
cribe Io nunevos mhtodo que una mdzcla de irmbas flbras.
se Invesigan en la actuall- El desarrollo de los trabajos
dad pare reslver el grave de imprenta provoc6 unsa tre-
problems y amtgurar de este menda escasez, tanto en Eu-.
modo la libertad de infor- rops como en el Hemisferio Oc-.
macl6n universal. cidental los peri6dlcos public&-
-ban grandes anunclos, en 'los
Hablamos a menudo de la que soe rogaba al pfblico que
"era st6mica" y de la "edad conservara los trapos para ser
del acero", pero, pocas veces utilizados en la fabricaci6n de
nos dams ouenta de hasta que pasta de papel. Fue en aquel
punt nuestra civllizaci6n se periodo cuando diversos inves-
bssa en el empleo de algo tan tigadores comenzaron a buscar
prosalico como el papelde pe- nuevas fuentes de materiasprl-
ri6dico. Basta, sin embargo, mas, experimentanido, con toda
meditar ikn segundo sobre es- clase de materlas: paja, heno,
te problems para comprender hierbas, tallos de col patatas,
que el papel conatituye un ele- pars citar an solo algunas de
mento esenclal en 'el campo ell.s. Hacia mediados del ai-
de la educaci6n, de la infor- gib XIX la pulpa de madera
maci6n y, en general, en toda habia conquistadb el primer
nuestra vida moderns. puesto en 14 fabricaci6n de pa-
Se admit que la invenci6n pel. "
de papel tuvo lugar hacia el Hoy en dia, los peritos con-
afio 105 despu6s de Cristo. Fue central su atetciln en los ex-
entonces cuando Ts' at Lun in- perimentos de antafio para su-.
form6 al Emperador de China plir la escasez, cads vozo mayor;
que habia descubierto la ma- en madera de coniferas, pinma,
nera de fabricar papel con la abetos y tejop, cuya madera,
cortesa de los arboles, corno constituye la principal fuente
tambiln mediante el empleo de *de pasta' para papel.
trapos viejos y cAfiamo. Los Francia acaba de lnstalar-
chinos lograron el conservar el una fabrica de celuloa ,.cer-
secreto durante 500 afios la ca de Abidjan, en la Costa de
formula de la fabricacl6n del Marfil, que enipezara a fa-

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eatn disfrutando Io m jor n mefort y lujo Braniff. Someijate nord
do services *61o pudo logrrs a trav4s do ig do oxpimieiaa o'
tranporte de p asje rpido y Seguro. Eh es Is ra6n'p la qw tiff
con 22 alo d do epoerincis do ~ulo-ao ronoelda boy dfas Um. ma ,
deol ss isgramnde uprM aseroa del mundo-;irvindo al& otaI '
do ambs Amdriss. Ia pr6ximA tiA que Ud. viajeo vuale Brau *
El Conquistador, perssrvieo de ooWlue a A do bte l- B iat i -h-et- I -

pam viasj ouarn .rtablommto oemmousnttdo haste us X0. conPrito.r is turlfl

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efectuado en Io osttidW .
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woQd recurrid a :u&- _ab a
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merelantes al pr myor ear-
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Todo par," Indicr qe B
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sobres cerrados para la construcci6n del siguiente mo-
biliario para las escuelas de la PROVINCIA ESCOLAR
150 bancas doubles de caoba.
15 escritorios de (4) gavetas de caoba.
100 tableros de 3 x 6.
Los pliegos serin abiertos ese mismo dia, a las
10 a.m .en presencia de los interesados, de los Inspec-
tores de Educaci6n y del Auditor Provincial.
Los interesados deberAn acompanar una garantia
de presupuesto del 10% del valor de la misma. Esta
garantia puede consistir en cneque certificado, garantia
bancaria, efectivo, bonos o acciones de sociedades que
tengan cotizaci6n en el mercado.
Los pliegos de especificaciones pueden solicitarse
al Inspector Administrador, durante las horas habiles,
.en el Despacho de la Inspecci6n Provincial de Edu-
Este trabajo sera pagado pon fondos del Tesoro
Col6n, 15 de Agosto de 1951.
Inspector Provincial de Educaci6n.

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ca -hdrda que aplae1 Bds~e n agoato sng.esesgUolP)ortal a los alidos
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ta1 poDa^L v 0era A i Cbrpotlt0 6ecMlq6 quoe "Dusty" no twdra do4 3 Inieses sobreo o I optiatV jlaas qci eKal4por leo1
la h.ird. lanzando pIed4. uerol rb.q p log r tolto- quo pga ltipuestos fderueiS g an hombre no debt taix l5di de' .Pyoni-I ojos' at,4
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soo. eha. llaiente mn a 'praniega d com -lS ttes, y cua los nifios co nl BARATILLO
ble. en tda cludad en aldel .Baja Mutl el Nl,- entire- ..4 m4.atn ~o0 ta1 IENZA EL V1ERN.ES 31 DE AOl TO
:Ig ant 'er -a- d lo 'firm del tin l.. ._. "'ptaor de el hecho 0 e o l r
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RIO DE JANEIRO, aMosto: 29 De Bernoville vol6 al Brasil' 'A
invoatigure '01 P ~rO eedom -( -1 'uen e3 del iniate'q deaipus quo las autoridades del
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En rosa, celeste y eatam-
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EspCial ..2.95

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.- Institute de Ntrii6n de CMtro Amrica y PamMM -

Vitaminas E" y "K
: La vitamlna E no present un ta la fecha.
problema nutricional puesto que La Vitamina K ayuda a la
eta ampliamente distribuida en formaclon de la protromolna
ft natursleza y aunque en pe- que es el agent cosgulante do
quefias cantidades. se encuentra l sangre. Actualmente se uss
en todos los alimenLos comunes, extensamente para prevenclom
simnde t fuente mas rica el y tratamilento de hemorragias,
gkmwen del trio y el aceite ex- debidas a un bajo contenldo do
traido de este product. protrombina en ia sangre.
Con respect a los series hu- La Vitamina K este muy dis-
manos las significacion de la Vi- tri.ulda en los alimentos; apa-
tamina E es ain dudosa no sa- rece abundant en las hojas
bAde oM aun si verdaderamen- verdes, en el higado de los ani-
te el organiamo requlere una males y en aigunos aceltes ve-
cantidad determinada La ei- getae. or eto, una dl n-
tencia de esta vitamin fuN re- cia de vitamin K se observwra
conocida en experiments con en una persona solo en el caso
ratas, comprobandose que es un que el organism eati lkeapaxi-
factor esencial pars la repro- tado para absorber o utilizar
ducci6n de estos animals. Le- esta vitamin. Pero el uso pro-
stones o sintomas de deficitn- filActico de vitamins K en la
cia en el hombre no e .conoen el hombrnprevenci6n. de hemorraglas en
y su utilidad teraptutica no es- los recien nacidos ex recomen-
tA plenamente comprobada 1ha- d.da en algunas clinieas.

E- r? E IA 9' 6 J7 $ipt 1

1-Parte del calzado.
1--Semejante, parecido.
12-Deldad pagana.
.8-Nacida en Alemania.
io.-Tienes veneraci6n.
I-Onda, Inv.
-Animal con plumas.
'.-Mono, Inv.
audillo arabe.
21-Sitio donde da el sol do
l--Mufieco, polichinela.
4--Calzones hasta medlo
37--Cerros en medio de llanos.
3--Dictador romano.
41-Quiero con amor.
42-Califa conquistador de
4--Tengo temor.
5 -Amarro, Inv.
51-Natural de Catalufia.
55--Nombre de mujer.
H--Solo en su clase.
57-Articulo, PI.
5--Clase de tela. P1.
1-Engafiar, estafar.
2-Nombre de mujer.
3-Frutos de los cocales.
5-Nombre de mujer.
--Chispa encendida.

Gran Baile en Honor de
tendri lugar en los Salones
del .
en "El Valle de Anton" el
lo. de Septiembre pr6ximo.
Amenizado por una Orquesta
de la Capital.
Visite EL VALLE este dia, que
tenemos para Ud. muchas

DiidaSd a loa Wuyol C*da ave
40" lave l pim, aqme LYeOL
d SOW Pouga 2H4 chmdb
* LIDOL an oda S5 litrer do agua.
L&IoL E eoondmioo
- pquiasm cmtidd,
a fi t m r bo


8-Ciudad do los Eatados
9-Platatormas de madera.
10-Natural de Anam.
11-Nota musical, PI.
14-Del verbo mecer.
19-Indica la direcci6n del
22-Se atreva.
24-Cavernas, suevas.
28-Igualdad de nivel.
28-Metal precloso.
29-Remuevo la tierra con el
31-Yunque de platero.
33-Trozos de madera.
38-Brotar, surgir.
40-Sacerdote tibetano, Inv.
43-Dinero, anglicismo.
44-Agredo, asalto.
45-Claros, tejidos claros.
47-Del verbo oler.
51-Oxido de calclo.
52-Ave trepadora.
54-Nombre de mujer.


Alivio m6s r6pMo cmn
Talco Antis6ptico

IPor conteer trees notables ise.
dientes medicinales, Ammen, ade-
mis de aliviar y proeger, ofrece
mukiplns beoeficio
Suiave y calmante, Ammen inicia
en seguida la mejoria evitando
tnamincaos y molestias. Uselo sin
Sola un ik- a itin
com o Ammea. dpumed.
los resul&da d Aea



Directiva de la Federacl6n de Socledades

Publlcamos a contiauei6ac la fotograffa de Ia Directiva de I l ederdb6n de pP -m
cas Interierans, eon lbs latembros de la itversa sdelegaclone o ne foan :e1 :CMRi G.-
sult6 electo president. dee Guillermo Espino, de L raasTabl ; Vieed nte dS, adon O Ge
beca, de Macaracas; Secretarto General, don Efraim Merel. dAes] o anarasc:a, noaoepga,
de Soa Jon; Tesoero, don Eziequiel Rios; SeretaXio de Aewos Cathrales, donCan O .haito
Quintero, de Los Santos, y Secretario de Propagand, don austeve Tejada Mora, de a- Tables.
La conocida entidad civic Antonio Rios, a nombre de Chi- nen realizar los federados sat
ederacl6n de Socledades San- tri en Marcha, Celedonio Guar- teofis.
efas formada por 14 agrupa- oaa, a nombre de la Confeden-.-
iones de la Provincia de Los clon de Socledades Intei*ioa- -
Inton, celebro con un tatete- nas y Segundo Quintero a nom-
ante programa la toma de po- bre de Union Civica Ocuefia.

Terminado el acto la nucva
Directiva de la Federaci6n hizo
un brindis a los asfstentes
En lugar aparte publicamos
los discursos pronunciados Cu-
rante el acto a que se ha he-
cho mencl6n y que indican que
la Federaci6n de Sociedades
Saptefias so propone desarrolar
un amplio plan de divulgacion
civica, durante los meses vc'ai-
deros, hasta en el mas aparla-
do rinc6n de la Provincia. CZ.u-
so entire los asistentes magnifi-
ca impresi6n la noticia de qae,
probablemente, el doctor Fran-
cisco Samanlego, lider inico de
ias fuerzas civicas de Azuero y
una de las mis brillantes pio-
mesas en la lucha intertorams-
ta, estaria con los dirigentes de
la Federaci6n cuando Ilegue el
moment de poner en march
cl plan abarcad6r que se propo-


sesidn de la nueva Directiva que
habrA de dirigir los destinos de
dicha Federacl6n hasta sep-
tiembre de 1952.
Desde tempranas horas de la.
noche delegaciones de las bec-
cledades federadas asi como -re-
presentaciones de las socieda-
aes 'ermanas de otras provui-
clas comensaron a Ilegar al Au-
la MAxima de la escuela Josefi-
na Tapia.
A las 9 p.m. se inlci6 el act:
con el discurso del Presidente
saliente, don Guillermo Teju-da
Mora, al cual siguio el del Pte-
sidente entrante don Guillermo
Luego hicieron uso de la pa-
labra en brillantes intervencio-
nes que ponen de manifesto la
fuerza trernenda 'del nmovlmlen-
to interloranista en Azuero, los
sefiores Laurentino Arjona, P.
nombre de PeSa Unido, Manuel

En la escuela de Rio El Club de Leones

Grande celebraron patrocinara unas

interesante festival fl tas en Ocu
RIO GRANDE, Agosto 29 (Co-
rresponsal) Solemne a.to OCU, agosto 29 (Corresponsal)
cultural ae llev6 a cabo en la Club de Leones de Ocu pa-
escuela mixta de este corregi- trocinar festividades 'anta
miento el 25 en la noche. Rosa" detalles que garantizan 6-
Numeroso phillico de esta co- xito dichas festividades estLn
munidad, e sampos y pue-los ultimados. Club de Leones hace-
circuntedinos asistleron a c5ta se eco del pueblo oen getral e
sampitica fiesta. Puntos varia- invita a todws a particirfr de
dos fueron deaarrollados por los estas fiestas cuyo program se
alumnos de los diferentes gra- desarrollari dude el veilntine-
dos de la escuela, todos ellos se ve del actual hasta prlmer6 de
desenvolvieron con soltura dus- septlembre.
tacandose su ficil diccl6n y Posada estate ablerta al ser-
profundo conocimiento de los viclo del pfiblico durante esos
temas debldo al interds desle- aas. Asista a Ocu y aprecie
gados por el personal doccute nuestras genuinas costumbres
bajo la hibil direcei6n de su dl- ti-P ____
rector don Adin Rodriguez.
Leecl6n prActica para los pre- tos uios y publicados en su a-
sentes fu6 el tema original del meno libro de vermos "Sinfovia
maestro Victor Fernandes C. ti- de la Tierra" los otros, fuerun
tulado "del rancho a la capital" escuchados con intimo recogi-
que sintetiz6 los efectos des- miento por los concurrentes
tructores del amblente capita- Esperamos que los maestros
lino en las Inocentes almas de sigan 'aborando en pro de la
las poblaciones rurales. cultural y que hagan de este
Bellos y emoclonantes, vesos centre de ensefianza y educ.2-
recitados por su autor el joven cl6n un oasis de virtudes para
poeta consagrado y culto maes- el bienestar espirltual tanto de
tro Gaspar Rosas Qufr6s inndi- nifios como de adults.

Ayude a su organismo a librarse de tos veuenos y
deoechos (tales como el Acido drico), que smo la
causa probable de esos padecimientos.
Para ello, el uso de un buen diuritico, comno las
Pfldoras'De'Witt para los Riflones y la Vejiga, es
Po r u accidn estimulante sobre los 6rganos de
eliminaci6n mas importantes los rilones las
PUde *e De Witt le ayudarin a expulsar esas
sustancias nocivas.

Las Pfldoras De Witt gozan
aceptacid6n. No ocasionan molestia
files de tomar.

de universal
alguna y son

Las hallari a todas las farmacias del pas.
Vienen en fraesc 40 y 100 pildoras.
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FuMor id cyacK
f0e dMeo~d ayer

cerca e Agpdukce
Por probar a qud aabe la ma-
rihuana se encuentra d4tenldo
ayer a 6rdenri del Fiscal de
Turno el agrkicultor Sft6n Ro-
driguez natural de Aguadulce,
quien iu6 apreaado at declarar
que habia fuadi dieha hier-
Reflere el agrclultor Rodri-
guez que a lstanelas de un
Amigoo y por tenir curiosidad

Lea "El Aviae Oportuno"

rtymbao, t"Wli, ". No

auf *a @rIi*m f. Obtefs.
R omin bor Imi n. n

da por Agelii present a laTA

auspiciada per Angelini present alasTA

-- Un program estelar en la radio favorite

la .Red iPanamericaina


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decldl6 probar Isa & tlhuidiaiu 'tenla.." .
comprindola a cincuentom ceOn- UPwud :. er ~ li
Al a ispbb il deI& 6 Id oSL
Aguadue la camloneta in quo duinsmayyin
Viajabsa ulrl6 un desperfecto y tal estldi a uba
1l GOcldl6 .psrtame b -hc WWI I
"ladito- y fumarse el ctrrmo w tdo


Per este media me savia a les nteresados que el 6I 7
do B8OAembr do 19 e, 0(wtuur Asi malttelma pb'a I .
sla estsmeeMalt del Primer dUlt de Aimdeeoumlomte. .
Zena. Libre de ColM.
Les- Ia y e iflesalone -odria retirarms ams aw.
trias fled medieto l delpaitoe a t. /.I .
Col, 27 do Ageosto de 1#51.
1-U Imo a deberi ser o eon U B-IL-
"a' tam, ewoldutconsn Bo- de n '. ,o Seff n, *M8_'_
1ela fmodfts dee Cetmewado oa a me us bone del
valor de Mu nfer. -
2-4 0 punmeote nuya prue ta rmute aeepisas, eoautMlil
rAt u ov Bos doe 1 ant1a de Cuanlpimlten per e
total del ContrIte.
3-La oMs(tas debera preomotsne en triplicad y 0e8
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I I~eacco6n -Soct1 C
,p j I do EL #0AMA.AMiCA -
s 9 r see pl ; 9 *

E mleeuaatinmo soler Prel-
dde do spbUca. Don Al-
abdes- Ar.e.mnea y su dis-
tati:t e*po6 Heliodoza
UtvituCt~': pa ia )A r raipet6n
^UQ e do_ la; Dl Ip -
4#4U0aria dcl Coriae'o zlter-
amoericanos, &o'6mlc. y SO-4
4S OWSaMU1'1 de la O tt-
SAmn*rlcne. ffe, lorAni en
SPalacI I reoldoncial manflian
jowi 30' do Agosto do .30 p.
. 7.30 p.m.

partw WI
compmORs. am para kre las ra.
ia. A .-Ba me ha cwu& d
estreaimento. tEa
iavftol' I tak.
b d a aid B.i
Mstlr*. 94 Mawe .
Ave.. Rechdwr It,
K Y. th ~t

Woman AU-Bron. ail ams
que w ed aime so Jbiahhde
vothams. teon dsiamnmt usa
de AH-*rn y b bea muche
W duramete f Muy preoto
sNotar w tald divi. All baia s
y- ~ -.- -^^k^

"Idu aIsfw
da emblf I

clun 'se lI letats Amerletanes
forferaDr boy de 130 p.m. a
7.0 p1 una R eepelda en t

xr cma a k i COftleasis,
del la. D lto Naval y ma
sefora fer oy na re
opcTnre qme aor bod del Vt-Al
mfraue deOga Misarl1a rChlena,
Immanuei s oegu Trrea, deo
CapltAn. Dosad Mclntyre y do
los Oeiale del Crucero "0N
Higgln", i-el )club do Ofciaei
de la base Naval en Rodman,
Zona del Canal doe ae0 p.m. d
8.00 p.m.

2u honor del Vice-Ahnlmirante
de a Mrlna CnUliena, Inmanuel
Hodsei Torru, quen a borlo del
Crcero cYHtggtns le ai Marina
Chilena sc oncuentra de paso
por Pananm. el Cfmtra-Alml-
ralte Al.ert M. Beedsoe, Co-
mfdnante del 15 UDistrlio Na-
val. y sefiora dofla Florence de
JMedzoe. ofrecieron hoy en' su
re'i,'-cia un splindldo al-

Con motivo de celebrar en es-
ta fecha el noveno aniversarto
doe u matrimonlo, el seflor don
Joaquin J. Val!arlno E. y sefio-
r-m cdofia Birbara Cox de Valla-
rino, ofrerdmn esta noche en
*l residen.eat dSe ma padres, 0el
Dr. J. J. Vallarino y seiora do-

Al_ Ibabel L de Vallarino. un

La stors dosa Teresa L. dl
MI4dts y sA ha dofts Cecfth
Mmndez de. VaMde, ofreeleram
of humw ans l nocdh una comi.
uh soa l eM eat pasra deo
lan a de Medft y doca
wAnd z, qulames guenho;

La Loefiorlta Shltley amith
4AM eee o tel
em *IMVo do euteb a un Cm-

Tsoln aPo 6
An honor doe t seeora dofa
Blapel ua Guardia doe MiA,
qulen mIxue praoxmamente pa-
ra Buenoa Aires Argentina, em
vta de placer, Ia Mea Redon-
da Panamericana. ofree6d ayer
en ae Hotel El Panamia an e-
pVdndldo Td.
Pars agam jar ab Iefior don
Carlos Eleta A. y sefnora dolia
Dora Boyd de Eleta, quienes
siguen prbximamente a klo Es-
tados Unidos, el eaftor don Al-
berto Boyd y sefora doffs Car-
men Arias de Boyd ofrecerin
maoana en au reoidencla una
Plegante comida.
Te y Juego de Cartas
Con motive le celebrar au
cumplealLfos manana la sefora
dofa Babel Icaza de Oarcia de
Pared" ofrecera el viernes 51
de Agosto un Ti seguido de Jue-
Mg do cartaa.
ParN Sur Amari*a
D es de o hablr pasado unoa
d visitando a sus famllares,
piguen roy A Quito, Ecuador ei
xeitot don Ig1aiel Flenro y ae-
ora do olana Eleta de
Pirre. Muy feot viaje lea de'.
Pars los siades s ideM
pdlmos Xcordlalmente a
la sefiora doas Nina Vearde de
Johnston, quien aSompanaoa de
su lindo nio, sigue hoy pr )a
via Oarea pars Little Rock, Ar-
kanxas, lugar de su residencia.
Pars el InterIor
8iguleron a Ocu en donde pa-,
7erAt las Fiestas de Santa Rosa
r aeflor don Ernesto J. Casti-
UeE sI V iAposk deol Librada
| tel -4*. tyteio a-u 141o
B asta leroPimen-
.' pAaeo nles deweaaos.

P..ar& via maritlma, simuen
hoy a Italia, la I fora dofia
Maria LulIR Oh. de MUdndez, es-
hosa del selor don Luis Men-
ez, Secretarlo de Il Legacl6n
de Panama ea Italla, y sun nl-
Aos. La aeeompafa tembi6n la
seflora Glori Mdndez.
Paras los Estados Unidos
Despedimos a la sefiorita Su-
alsie Hammershlag, quien por la
via aOr sigue hoy a lIa esta-
doa Unidos. La sefiorita Ham-
mershlag emprenderA sus estu-
dios de medelolna en la Univer-
sidad le Wisconsin. Muchos 6xi-
tog en 'sus estudlos Ie deseamos.
Presentamos nuestro cordial
saludo de blenyenida al senior
don Jose Riba, su soeiora dofia
Maria In6s Endara de Riba, e
hijo, Jorge Ricardo Ribs, quie-
nes han regresado de su viaje
de vacaclones.
Aniversarlo de Matrimonlo
Celebran on eats fecha su
aniversario de matrimonio el
aefior don Mantel de Jesus Qui-
Jano Jr. y seflota dofia Aida Ji-
m6ncz de QulJano. Los felicita-
mos muy cordialmente.

- (frecemos para



especial para los dias
agradable de vmaeaolmn...
para la playa o el campo.

y an aidms da gelm artiouls.



ie se Ia contidre
Mbre y no mur
BARCK.OAA, agoato st. ()
L w en! ermera do &Ago.
Lour desx, qua ; posentadx
.e hacee algu- 6AoB a.-

Sa stado
mialantr6. en ao de msu
itaiag, el certiffcado de un
itnent me6dico bcreelonea.
i reonoee "anomallam en el,
marrelo ansat6mico flsol6-
+do se organUmo".
I tribunal de Iprimera ins-
Ms convrc6 a lod do
Bt3. lou que etsftWb -
hla eventual reetlflcclbn d
b 4e naclimtl do Maria

Xs par nosotroe nIanSRuMt
centero e ar so
:on Ionia J. VBxrWv ad-
Ots da Barbra Cox di Va-
vartno, quiones celebran hoy 0
E ano aivelrisrlo de ou nmtrt*
I elMltamos muy cordialmen.
tO &I saeor don Abraham
Acrich y aefiora dofLa TOodolin-
da Icaza do Acrich, por el fe-
Uz arribo de un robusto yaron-
cito en la CUinica San Fertiaa-

Complete restablecimlento !e
deseamos a seora dofa Ce-
ellia M6ndes de Aras, quien se
encuentra en la Clinica San
Fernando en donde fud sometl-
da a operacl6n quirfrglca.
Sure quebranto doe salud en
su rokiencia la seflom Zoila
vdA. de Viafia. Ojala mejore
De las Sociedad National
S Iociedad Nacional de En-
fdrmeras recuerda a las soefas
qua mafana jueves 30 de Agos-
to a las 7.30 p.m. tendran, una
Important reuonin n el Co-
modor de las nXfrmerem an el
Hospital Santo Tomaa.
Noehe de VarMdadeds
ata noche a la .00, tandr
luia en el Aula Mixkaa del
Cole elo Internaotoemi de Maria
Inmiculada, Calle Mextco, una
Noctk de Variedades, auatcla-
da por las Ex-Alumnas de Co-
legio. l1 valor d4 Ia entriaa
sera de s61o B.0O, y dara %.-
recho al preao do entrada que
conmsitira en una linda ampli4-
cion iluminadt de los Estuidls
"Rodriguez-Arosemena".' Be lit-
vita cordlalmehte al pfblico en

Srq. quel de la Ouardia de
Sra. Leonor A. de Zarak.
Bra. Sabte a de oReVXk
Srta. Marta Arias Velasquez.
Br. RaiW Roberto Orilac
Dr. Alejandro Visquea
Sr. Ivan J. Alfaro
Joven Jatme Oarcia de Pare-
Nfl Amanda Rosa Cowes.
Brta. Dalia Rosa Roman.
Cumplsfios de Mafiana
Bra. Bebel Icaza de Garcia de
Nra. OullermIna Maria Uro-
be de Cucaln.
Bra. Carmen Rosa Quintero de
Sra. Elsa Espener de Watson
Bra. Rosa Garcia de Lands
Dr. Octavio Ma6ndex Pereira.
Nifa Marsha Brown Castro.
Apostolado de la Oraci6n
Iglesia de S. Francisco l edad
El viernes pr6ximo, da 31, eS
tendra la reuni6 menasual de
las Celadoras del Apostolado de
Isa Oraetn a las 6 p.m. en el
Sal6n Parroquial.
De eneontrarse alguna impo-
sibilltada, envie a quien Ie pe-
da representar.

Aqui tiene used
a moeriemde e*qulbte
Jeg do rnfte

alqman pMee& ser wSana chd
toa la recent amigcs de Aunt
Jeais. Lo iaico quo hy quo
cear es sedsl ioal rst 4do
lche o sSmu beair r vert sobr is
itno. Twa i Msn s Ius*AS*
flioae 7 ismdl to grsf. DiM-
Iot prismero potr n lad* luesO
pot el otto y en cisco ,Siam
doMe mated los panequos aids
kbos s del msado. Ted.o # es
de lwoo de sss cwMadto sim&
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peede elegir exacamense su punto individual entire 33
estilos diferemses que le ofrece ESTERBROOK.
Selocciosn Pluma Fuente Isterbrook y enrosque el
punto ea el ca6a de Is misma sin ayuds ajens. Intonces
siets c6mo las palbras sm ecapan de s maso y con qu6
suavidad se daskh sobre el papel!

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6:20 U.Kevia Admiral
'Emlie Atmelea"'
corteis de la Muebleria
Cam iparton
6:45 La Novel"a Philco
Driauls, l Bombre
cortesla de Autos
7:00 Lucho Asearraga
y au 61arm
corteaa del Ron Carts
7:15 La Novela Camel
La asia6 de an Hombre
Cortosia de los Ctgarrtlos
7:30 PAglnas do Amer
dramatilaci6n, cortela de
E1 Aguifa Imperial
7:45 La es tmoednmal
de Betty Willamsn
8:1 Il Diarlo do mas MMjor
dramatlzac6n, corteaia de
AlmaceO La, Aurora
!:15 an T o oeto
con Anita Vlllaltz
cortalta do la muebleria
La Europea
8:30 Presentacl6n de la Orq.
Hermano. Paz
9:00 Mujeres entre Rejas
dramatlzacl6n, corteasia de
Casa Angelini
9:15 El Capitin Agall
9:30M L Trovadores
dfo Galante
9:45 Los Panamerlcanos
10:00 0ande arrttas
10:15 fanla y an m(auica
1:30 Dramat =Caclon -C
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her a de Hearst
teame61=0 Ran- para concertar paz en Cores
d~,rk ?B 8 !d6 El General Matthew B. Rlidtway acuso a loe roji
12:00 iuens noeas de bombardear la ciudad de Kaesong
Ma TOKIO, AgoAto 28 (UP) El El comunicado agregaba qt
WA.L NA *133m Cuartel Supreme del General "nuestro saitema de alert inftr-
UM.0 .B, Matthew B. lidgway acus6 a loa ma qua un avi6n amn identil
0:00 AnSB o dlas comunistas de usar sus propios se acerc6 a Kaeaong desde el oSr-
:8 A=lose. d s avioneM pars el bombardos de to a las 11:20 de la noche, o of
P:2a Nie Kaesong. elaotamente la misma hora *t1
64. 4 i dupuesto ataque.
0:4 kdfica pa P l deayu 6 Un comunicado expedido por el Dicece qua today la evidencia o*
I lso aduuu lIM strvklo do tnformacnal del Co- tablecela conclusion que "i da co-
t:M2 MNaudd. tA .tia o do las Naclonea Unlda p.--ts x rpetraona te fraud#
7:41 Mle predlecta volvyl a_ rftUr qua nlndn alv6i deliberado".
S:00 leat e Manhattan de lai Nacones Unidas void sobre ",uiden s obvlo el hecho aun
:0I Vard uqclonal taeuon e a la hora del supuesto |todaila seena. inclusive la lnvtb
141 mm i tbontbardeo de la Iona neutral de tiues6on da %os herhos, fu lie.
So t A btlM la I conforoenaas do amltcio. vada a cabo por los eomunlatmI
: I CantdaI" 0#U deio .......I".. ... .) dse iun totortfos
:30 Ddteatr1 roclentemtnte fallecldo, fud pre- Anu nnto f f gns
1: Ns r A. ntoin .1 tribune lloc raiment n formcdas tde.
11:00 1 a d p4 r odi d1mel va# .. .. d6-.. r on qua O. possible quO l Gmusral-.
11:1 La NOVtI a Mtinal larm mansua a Ivuda, se- v ,O n u lam neo-
".ta d.1 Am--," fiora Millicent Wlslon Meart goclaciones comlencen do nu ,oi
U:34 lie Stra t4hwuta hta quo me termine de repartir ..,, ,me amoo bandit.
(control' remotol) her nea. lI n bren mnevos delegadomy Q-r
coria del macn .1 e cable ilas ede de ts cover.
co3tesial del a IN tribunal, al Qmismo tiomPO, n arone do Raesonga otro lusar.
12:0. li-tosa f am aprob6 a los albaceas nombradoa La especulacl6n d.quo
cort sloa Adat rbl -r Hearst pars, q ueadm dstren way puede proponer una nueva
1:1.5U s ak Ad Ur aa, B u ropteaes en unin do sum sedo pars Is conforenclas at&
cortesl" do La zeaia hs40 4basaa ean la creencia quaoel cO.
U:r.te doLa ... .mandeo dolas Naclone U nidSa
12:301 L .o Ae .irrags Antes de comenzar I&a udien- easta aburrido con Is merle dor-
Y cortew .d Iscia del tribunal, los albaceas ne- clams Infundados quo han ialdo
cortosia do la Fribrica garon I& valides do tn convenio presentados por loe comumistas
Nacional do Salchichas quo docia quo se concedia el con- sobre supuestos incidents dentiq
1:00 Variedad musinial trol de las propledados do Hearst do Is sona neutral do KaeSvL
1:15 Los ,boleros doemod a Is ex-actriz Marion Davies,
1:30 C4ntaresl de Amdrica qulien durante muchos tafos fu
2:00 OrquWstaa ddeSal6n amiga del fallocido perlodista. .
con Anoland El albacea Henry McKay y el '
2:45 OU Novel* Favorita heredero Randolph A. Hearst de- % \
Ua1t1 ePM nINeo clararon que ese document no
o.M txs dp-Kevix tlene earacter legal por no haber
:1:0 Mome emitice sido prementado y aprobado por
con OvIdto RodriguezF autoridades judlciales competen-
3:15 MIAlVWa fo ua Memtirs tea
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SN Hay eor V Para VENDER, ..COMPRAR Ect ta Ld e : 'wad
Al D tt Dc Los DEL; kiicn~ite rt Isor \ue La Ruta AI Departamento De Los CI4FICADOS DEL P. A. !s qUeda eSp eto .Abip a

Sinia Av. Tivsll Ne 4 Ave ide Jul cae itOt No. 4 :DECOT, Calfornia9, .goeto 4. Mwra4ie lao E-tados.A-, tano y
TeL -22l1a Tel 2-444 blsqueda de o01 cadAveres que maneric 4 0atitan satiou mLdd-
a n qudan entire Ips escom- neceuS l utra' y A- lM
ScdKIOSKO DE LESSEPS BOTICA CARLTON L PANAMA AMEICA bros diml del avl6n DC- poyr e vaents los que
m b in---- dParque d La Wse AveMel.nde o10.050 Call'S"No.. 57, PanRA. SB doe la Q= td lines que do. rltlS doe lo prleo. a mrer- na .I uevoae doe pth nv ,-
palabra adici6nal. 6.11d. T.l as Aw t ed c irlr, caU- HO Dark la treteUes B delo0g & NAClflRlMrt
.- ando 'V npertAs, es reanu- hatereSeS de los minlsmi cUmlao lul Drshette del Ca-
daron 1.m*e; de boydes- no estio replost n a toiNacon qun dli I
*' '- I.(. '- pue a do O i roupcion de orannlamos reapctio8vas ,de do eIs a y gra ths p01sm.
S^ VE NDE SE NECESITA SE VENDE SE VENDE G U A toda oo obs Cofer la pacio o alde
; isce nel as Domesticois Bienes Raices Articulos de Casa C0 MER;L :dasdeo ,pd la L-e s.l d do a lae a
S U INVNN:-Clmev., tubemri.egra, SE NECESITA: Cocinera con ex- CIA. DE LEFEVRE Tel. 2-3332 SE VENDE:-Frigidoire 9 pies, capa- ta e vegetaci6ni. "- 'caie products lbonral ,
a *ledl., Fix-Tax (ceitn periencia y referencia. Debe dormir VENDE LOTES cido'd. Excelente condition. Telifo- Mantenem" a = ea t de % y gablelabdos y re can- a h fbre nolse
seras rlel ee) mad.- en el empleo. Llame Tel. 3-0405. Pug. intlel mii.m U..100.0 n n 32399, Plor. ____ rgan d artI.oa-i-.re lxis- Antes d o@rec s habian tro dlrib5cu a M d -rodc, ee--"e s adn usr
? easC sadeP. e. SE --a s ..... ual m8.15.00 ot3o2 I raelad ado e uea de De-licn ntAleiclr dars cents de que'
.I SE NECESITA:-Emploda que sep Lotes con Cales y Acueductos de SE VENDCE:-Llbrrps paro ninos, me- tencia dond at OREB tras5da oto, Isnver e necrocomlo de. ,t..o* doa d lr ua dio U le o
A" 04S fLQBALIS, Vi Is .- plnchor y cocinor.' Dormir en el lo Ciuddd desde 8.1.00 *I metro. sos, sillas, juguetes. Ave. Balboo PINTURAh se vendtO t loxu 39 codiverea y eats maftana se bia *ldo Infi rol doc'
Klegebd g4JUe race. .. empleo. Via Belisario Porros 184- Alquilames equipo pesado pro- No. 46. mAs baeos. reWols I levaron otros ueve que se a tor Fajardo, jovn ..l u p
-g,_50 .". A, San Francisco. mcvimiento de tierra. dejaron eon Is monta t ousto- In63 0n conagJ.o de .Angel,_ l.0
SE. YE.E-'. da.un c t-SENECESITA:-Empleada Alquilarro r lots a largos plz SE VENDE:-Miquina de cosersd coe Sin- to doi tosla nom,, osb. 3-Veintisiel "| s d .. ese, o renrmsO; p1o
Sr ENiE:.lon tda, una cai- i N I :-mpeoa seri que Cb de Iotes.3.0 .4.00 ger de pedal. Perfectas condicio- Pot qu6 n' S hoiar dinero d f primrs 39 fueron iQ en actualidad Mu .avel s e n
riqn er Ponorn. Tambi n cami6n sepa cocinar, limpiaor casa, lovor. semonares. nes. Colle 50 No. 30, altos. Tel- COmpflrandO aejor? identiffados provislonalmente. nCpi ti-e* led1 I cludad de ac Margarita. Bv1o.; o I
"Interj tibnoi". corro Studebaker, Dormir en troboic. Acuda en las' -. ------ fono 3 2664, Ponami. a- F d -'"" A.Dprnsao en la rol di e dO PaleltO ca l e ere-
.ho'cs demOder, pildora de tardes. Colle 15 Paitill o 117. SE VENDE:-Toaller de Ebanisteri o, -- A-- ....GEeO. F. NOVEY Inc Of Ica .Federal de Inves- eh A. otro an el Chor- tado p-r el conoctdo tor '
ormrz con" he omientos, en San-i E--E- A-- u ---,--e ---c per rozones violie. CaJe Pedro A. .. Inc. tigaclones envi6 tcnicos de 110, cual acaban do emi- berto- Cdeo, .hAbilmsa ca-
S .VED.-Clle a1 de Enero con ca- I SE NECESITA:-Buenapcocinera con[ Dz N' o 1, al lado d-e la Plaza SE DESEAIy'. -- o h dact-ares r urs n Y lo "oen RAO Aba o, el --raer ado; W lam ". -
Ao.. rentrenci tie uuellas dOr41pa SErDESEA a. n ayact pudarflToRpceWl
..# 4 N-.' ,,,Cant nMadrid eci o. Herrer a. Tl_ _At .. I1 -o 111A a oa I dentifi.a. n y otros, trc- .a.e A8tcr. UeqJa- qNse a ,a ltyj IrnA el d d
SALINERAS:-En ntalmaion varidos -~~_ ~~ SE VENDE:-Restaurnte "El Expre SEA-Comprar cuorto fri -par- TAl1. --. nic para auil ae cudeter-, res.lO e o' i Tm en rj~ e anso deCatln r ~do .
p",ra stisfacer cualquiera necesi1- SE NECESITA:-Una emplead- pa- so" Colle J No. 6. Informed ia .. ,ormes e ,minar. t las dausas de a, trage- el Mup exldo._ -o lin a een rda n den-s deralodent
dod. F. Icaza v Compaiia. Avent- I ro el service deC lo casa raiga g Contino "El Ovlo" calle t J ayEstu- *PE e UMN..an.L s etsa de a.tae- 1 no s0clina o- a e i Aa el,
Ali, 8 79eoomreneplo PAPELoLUMiNOSO dia....-en A)rrcI:.e'
da 79 frmente Embajoda Americana. .- --an---. H. SE ALQUILA en distintos colors. Algunos creex ue el avi6n rI plan dc Peo eide rnd1a, tobre J l il
SE VENDE: Juego de recimara. SeN ltao sE VENDE: s, habian salido de ou curso. cowertir e0"8 dispensarios on un terrible secreto. sor InTer-
articulos de coso y ropo de ver- NECESITA:-E pleadoa con ex- Ltes en cosi todos los seciores de l.ao Locales T|BE|A NERA El su"rintendKnte de la -U ndeoita. /lddcetarlas y despat 'o-a d ado por la graatoL ntH
no. No. 58, calle 9o., San Fran- periencia de bebis. Inutil presen- Urbanizaci6n El Cangrejo, desde ------- UBiERIA NERA El suppri munt c6 e l accden I ar ,el progradla mWtr-o. Crt- vto p harl. Aonga
C, '.L- -- --a---.-- 6. Apretaenciato 3ar u'a $5N.75. S Q L a .brica.queucomunkebr01,acciden-1Jiar ti ellrPprograms mate o-- o-
cisco. Tel. 3-4067. tarse sin reerencios. Colle 44 No. $5.75 el M2. SE ALQUILA:-Local ro oficina. Y ALVANIZADA te a las autoridades, afirr6 infantile. qu, s adelanta en iSy contettr
VENDE: instalActoi6n complta 3. ROBERTO MIRO Arriba del Teatro Central. que el aparato "decididamente otros i stableclennt a ens de la ob or
t VENDE: inenfriodor couple SE NECESITA:--Cociner con refe- telifono 2-1215, Panama.. 0 .. .u... e toea1ios estaba fuera de su curso". > roeD, D manerabc. side ce-rtade direcn6n ui -imrr;i
pra contina, enfador de boe- cnera n .. CLINICA, quipoda, oltos Formacio ran varied de el tor berto calv, estas rint a -u rereentacm
1ws. cqja de m sico, etc. Dirijose! renciPs para fa norremn- SE VENDE -Cas: y 3.750 metres de Sellzar. coll. 16 0este No. 28 Los agntes de Investigacion utildadg a-t oenrtalOn eh fl- la xb: Anita llalas, alma
.Cas Certol, Boliv nir 9126, Co- id e0N, atos. Evarts ra en Nuevo 1145 Arrin. ZH. R. nai FERRETERIA "YALE" tambin examinan los frag- trQ"o d ls serviclot de pedia- y nervlo del tatro on PaLA
C ln. o Peicher Kardonki, Avenida os Evnrts, opartado T145 Ancnb Zo- 1 SE ALQUILA: Local Ave. B No v R iN mentos de los escombtos para trial oen '.l-cludad. y entonces y por cl bellisimo yactua ar'
CentrqlNo. 39, Ponam. SE NECESITA:-Muchocha joven y no del Canal. Tel. Bolboo 12. 43,. casi esquina con Colls 13 Este "CORBIN" determinar si hubo abotaje. el dpnaro dl Hospital del Imnto, el drama "V
VENOEMOS u-ia miquina cosi nue-i de buena presencia paro cuidar de SE VENDE: La refresquerioadel barato. Acudo .Bazar Ponamr ncia ifiu.- -1' -r l k lpc artinta nac V
vo eaer caj da cart on a-peuPo eOcurraVoa a- Teatro Tropical por-no powder oten- Avenida Central 78, Tel. 2-2236ARDO A. MRO pect al r Ideqo eU 1 nan roeato
rrugado y gropas Ca. Dulcido rras 28. derla. Buenao oportunidad. Para SE ALQUILA:-Total o parcilmen-. RIAm wv ., MI"Wr1 .. .., I A atd. pda pretar eas tra -.las se.orlta Vio 10.9
Gonzilez N., S. A. FAbrica de Mo- SE NECESITA-Una lavandera que mas informes diriase ol restau- te en la Avenida Centrol local am- C a I Oba del aMedo, d Perls Thompson y u
soicos. Ave Cuba No. duerma en la coas. Casa TomasI rante Hotel Internacional. Pregun- plio (500 M2.) recien construido, Jse d0tqI'C vo nosd)o que's- 6-r4oba. Par ue too a-
Arias, Avenida Cuba y Colle 32, pr seor Cohen. con estacionomiento particular. I .i-cti 'dI I M ,a id d1 qu A1 i A puo d aplaudi u.ts '
SE ALQUILA Exposcl6n.___ ATENCION, DUEIOS DE BIENES Telfonos 3-0338 2-3333. I Ta- 23 "9 Ite d8l P ,-, q elr.,rio. a dr u d x.
SE NECESITA-Emleada ro trA- RAICES:-Tenemos cliantes pr SE ALQUILA:.- FABRICACION NACIONAL f duda'a e dar en s cunt nav enral
Apar.tannentos SE NECESITA-Empleada pa tro residencies, 'aoss de 2 opartamn- Local para fna ngocio en i "Ve.ndemos barato DE reapaldo a -eilclonado proyec- -
:- ao be nido icoA fiia s peuer tos y ltos, too prefrlblementA Edificio Castilla del Oro, al lado Pra vendor m PRIRA CALIDAD tos -
SSE ALQUILA: -Apartamento peque- Avendauo rsimno 95 a 9 anB Vista, ElCongrjo. Alte decl hotel El Panama Pre[RA Cosia - .B t 6.
no e independiente. Salo, come- ...Apto.. ..cio GoFfr y paiill. Pare re."lt- ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231-2-1215I o------- .on elproiaeto ompottaid.
dor, unoa recmraroa. servicio soni- CC AL Q IL A c ool, m a"W 1 Nuestros ESPEJOS embe. Tube. 4"H cU-e-.M., I. M4.ma I ,,l .de
"tOtio, cocina y bolco. Colle 33 N0 AL UILA cio pesonal,l a* iaaWolff e Cort ,- co roc..Imu .a. o. .as .e a 9 -
25. Tf ono 3-0 109. Tel. e. 2-2388, Ca. ... N.. 22. I lece el hotel El Panama. Tubn 4" 8'ibles....4.40. P tos imanutenchn do a I ...e:.
fo-T3 92o n-e9 2 .. - T" eb, I 2" o os-a *.2SASet tI uJ clf dur an tO. los oeho
SE ALQUILA: Apartarnento n SE ALQULA SE VENDE-Directmnte, sin. n- FabicsTe- e2" obls........... ZS exo quo, 1 alo vo s Ir t6 e

soi-idno No.-2.88..T LC p f rrSE NECESITA: -! a .ygd;
-rvonoda 'Cenfral 74. Informed cn oimen-t ercmearitos. espoios ieesiaxhos eI- E on.- o r n ,
ta 7 mrdo Corlc 45 No. 34. res,idenci a de b recaros 2 ser ELm LO C. . 3 I ito o nd car ie l BOCK. Teghn dlo s .
....-.. . . telfon-o 3- 3921- vicios s nitaros. 2 .porches. saea exdh. de -... .. .. ..
SE AQUILA AE So ... comedor. cocina. pant,- pat Vio n Call s Te l no sen- I Tel.t., et Uefil del barc e o' l sel iC or,
Fr sco ce CaleR a Informs SE ALQULA -Cua rt po hombre terno d0 moesacos corredores Tel. 3-13900 Apartado 20i29e v vruld, on Cdlao, eh.l o 'lorni rn e d I
solo, con a sir) muebles. Caole ba. cuorto de empleoda con su servi- 1 Ii,, t.o. qu... ,eb-.. ,f a .b o s p
Est Oc n G UEFiUBS ConI bNSVia Ncuorte ine meseala mcn as o.t e eI D ro pacbn te, C o m er a tdo por ts on ivRA d
Sts osino S..n. o9, V 19. altoso-0. ciO, lovaderos y garage. Terrenorcnc -tn gn.rda. qoa +ne "Ileh. e.rnl. t .
ego'rMter io por r r E- E iInmaculado, cerco de L er- ar i Si em^ a, ..bO '

-1 Ve&.do. de moda SE ALOUlLAN:-Cuartos amobiados. JN 2-50 nina. fn o Caef-rencias y Lar UEirj na pawda *lI Capiti del bar- 17; I*. oinodni ^ hl'. p0
o t' a th6 mbresolo, en Avenida Central o L. "co i.ho a tierra y re p ndi6 a M oga. L Bba
N o. 79, aon.ba. Alli informant e comisaritos. botica, iglesao hos- 5 Ein eito requisito.6 El e deI l t de hor bomtl Bl gn
pitales, parade de buses. Ultimo I;o osperancL o ci'al..isr lO trU egundo" ,
ncia: MUufacturD T Co. p en adelnte_ incuyendo fogrofos y referen- o
S preci B.30.000. Tiene hipoteca iener cn expienc o du arrear L ouo
o M cada Lr S SdE AeQUILA: Cuorto amobldo SE NECES10.00. Avenda Justo A ro-a- I dpro. i ,alIentos a bare-o n cot _L o.-

INT SE VENDE:-Camioneta Ford B.275 AveenoCntrol 47 Apto. 23 S rico que co-st tto las dolo- i t el Im1 "sartas" en Lat 3.M0 kl Avent *a I.IIi Cclon ym y expertna No. 79Acuda estacn de bu CremSo Donnta vents olynvveres o do do dlatao aln dine- .
*C e EDMR'MsCO. ba No. 8portd Cmentoe 195. Tel- cite infcormesen Iportmismaeri- d. II ltene u in agentefar nC0m ol_ d, d ,,n *d .

rPanama.a SEaNECESITA: Por olo un mes| sonr1m.s du. 'mPrnde MIAMI en vidrlo, J< Xn a;c^ m
" k AelesSV, N. Y. N.Y. AGENCIAo -0338 -(Sept. 1 Sept. 30) mecngr a rcancias on gneraluminio. del Pera qtegnadie quieye doh letr l .IMsuvors.d" S
Vetido d moday SE ALQUILAN :Curton estengrafo qtome dictdo in- SE rl rd At l T ---- td 1, en _lo qu. r spurlerto .*r1l

lnhiiciin *rte fin d samena. Abier. gles-espfonl nDiga expeiencia y a n p Riel61 de abrtr El C pernano dice qu ha
S" cocktail, tdev yeo rt e. Precios e specialesn par ouincen9 A N a ..erah troboIdo esI in- .. Sa. "jOI rI pe ,o atan y di COb- A o_ J.o ,'
Ti 10-00 15, 10-20, 6-2M. d s. meesl Por inforEmes diriaase a Pen-M. X.R. General Cortinaes. o o a tierra ye pit l (s

S Hablamo osptl in-6N Apartodo 134, Pnom. fotografia.Intil prosntar- PERSIANAS 1ue duo to:an 3rantl a co- 1 puerto 1eue0foen rqond t
S A LALs. SE VENE P-Carro Buck 1947 No. 3Fo- .r-- -- "-I..---- Cortina SI lE rNECESITA:-Vend eedorde 251contei la tenas par ele a., d
r o exportaciin. Guztmer. De 8 Coni Aro- m. Plastic 7 "Sol-At" de aiberlo depue dBetdo coneno6le oe a
Aerm cid Manuetumes T t Co. p. m. en adelanesteNo. 22.Pno- transparente "Tropical" a oycocero.l. ne cottuc
.. i t Avenu, NY. 38, N.Y. ..sincluyendo fotogrofias y referen- A $Tnm eit.r

VSITE NUESTROS para itrinas. La tipulacdsn vsotldr caot on qde Perto Rico.
h-d.25n cada ordebd SEoVENDE I! U Puo Ie era imposlble regresaro._a .se an' 0on 0'l fla -
ALMACENES PRIMERO $ -00 SE NECESITA: Dos hombres con 4 arapos y demacrados, dijo a a votan tenla
S. SE VENDE:-Comoneto Forde LuxB.275 Aven, do Central 47 Apto. a OSIAS in epoeo de a de la ta y no provocar
OAC OACON 4 puertas, modeloo que194, recin PERSIANA Amnrica" etc elelo no habian dot6rdet .

OFRECEMOS: pntado. cn topiceria reen arr NECESITA:-Chofer competence o caecom Kolynos. La VENECIANA "PRO-TECT-U la oriial comida unaod decent ha- erca del 1pto de
da y cn ntas en buenos con- COWES ce m de unnal semana A pesar hotaMtea efuesK- trOs urnas
te alts e Iy expert. Acudo estaci6nAve. Ecuador No. 11de bus II tadoe el Cata n no a lgn d cone-arad cn el pr
aeinadaWu4lkeitOM S e'I S -- PiNv destruyendo la-.bac qe lon S'up.....Servicia deTranspottac'n Amer- his Acidoe quo IRS cas, ro, Pira Aontrevisrlo nos
mo uco aA.. s. vwu cc, X.1. nos condiciones, buenos Ilantos cona. West Bank. Estaci6n Naval produycn.d1Y Koyyrl o ba ie]Ina-dib. QUO 41 noa ipuedo a.cye....e
e.: ba. o Avenido Anc6n No. 33, altos, Noare Zona del C al. di enter s bllante . y A P traba a bordo, ello tenian ue fueron alas ura para
.. . ,_, P_. SE NECESITA:' Par solo un es 1 o 8 nr( s el du l ee! C do M IAM I en vidrio, I I1 .,. ,- =.*.,d= n 1 1
____________I_____SI VlNDE-Vengo Io AGENCIA (Sept. Sept. 30) mecano tofa -4 7 h,"'.. madera o aluminio. IIIPo ri .Peu *eguklr a04'dol-s
NASH V ea n nuevo cane an x- esten6grafa qu e n queme dtado rees con inobar la dea de la n co
hin SE ALQUILA --fin do sam. AAi COWES r- gls-es Dii experience .yde-r"el

I ODIet Sabode V Domingo do 9:00 A. c Dn qui FERENTE.sn- .. UpUWre...s yve rra palaCdx HIERRO 1
M. a, 10:00 P. M. dique su telifono. Escriboa a M. .R". I =O .. mis CortinaJes. *p E .IA..S Au.o ne-iroke+an0 k .o.sP.ort t -

C*N tr Lem. es: 11 de 8o.. a 10 a. L m -o: de U IC s. s. re ea REFUERZO C rt ae O a
iliCALIDAD SUPERIOR 3 p m s 5 p-' m indrdi-a IIa e sei or erso pranmuo J -e'm

SE ALQUILA--Cholet recien cons- E C. N 1 .. I Ia- = Rortina II.i.-- -- J lmire; a. font:,o ., de ,ta e _l.on,.bE
S SERVCIO ESMERADO trucida. cost de dos recntina Auros- 1 Y I t I enerales S r +fo, d 11+ d esl.la lc e tu le _.e -
sal calle d or cocino 22. Ponderia- dus trias t"olAriulacn enter era eno. Popular Deda cto u ,-

ENTREGA PUNTUAL VIrRge, dos porches y dos servicias dIfuII. d Y dea qu uae o dI term Go., .r nd

puertnos. mode Urb 191zaci6n ec sAh A PanamerkalsS jg as los habaipkadon ma- MVin coat can a
OFREMOS: ntd. coretera San Franciensco. Par- VENECIANA E22 Ieo niar'e. 'er dl 'r.e d

S _I__.pfortames nIamor telefono 3, lo 1554s, parte de I Tel 3-1713 be nban oe na nbormd rn la Conbnr6, -e-lt ran
T _ISSE A/IQ IIA .bia- U promedo pduic n M ri el artita ZINC
ms pen-ort aba e-orcas norx- o-ge en F NIIi

Sve. Norte 83 rTel. z2-0610u o, .. ...... p. ". panan'enos sobre hechlos de la vida e la vida I ana pada. venin, 1 o01 l. W
Calla Martin Sosa No. 3 dcr, oficia. garage, cuortO aro e o v e -Z vaa 6ai,& m -I70. lo
Cle t No servic. oto oiom con jdin real, I" .ofrece de Lune. a Vierne- ias e mumento no ACANALABO a d- baroS
Tel 1424-aol lado del Comisoriato Don Bos- Ia causa exacta de la mucrte no ti- ed o a 1 rco 4- d 0 1-1--l--- 7.
_Co c+ Avenida Cub( No. 73. Tel. 2- i de Walker, pero un portav2z22 d 6 4 0,1,e 40 s.o-p, -..
0159 3-2145.la I,.. l Metro GoIdwyn Mayer dii olx." .n21 -. U astin- BsY 250 772, y ..,o-m -,

PM eUESO CREMA qlolins ,dloos la atribuy-n (aClire 26T o pauelo .f -" a- h ?onai.-
Uia fala n el sistemra rJ pi- ....53@,a
ratorl o. POC m nutos desopcon uare- ,' d a 1 4ta- .1 .- .
San E oo d MonarlAU be d hlja os sle dieron los . qu t de
CAN dativos, Walker perdlo ei co-e.- X.am. hr_& da, o. de ou 731*14 olo ,
ESPECIALl,'-nI Walker.abuoen hace paceollaoa-r a, mwamtrdol op,,
r g n AT illen es loo'a pio Joh Ford del 0 la' lel papal principal en la pehlrli" torro. h d.,'-- -

.' Por 2 dias solamenle tamblen ae divorcl6. a- l. 'm a e . mo a'
QUESO CREMA I0aliano '. .o 66 1ue lIr Ates oTrn" e a aVIMUO. *
Lro ":Slamlk AITcniin Ir/n- ---A IL 6 n I & u lu e Cldevia nlioead1 d 11Mometldo a tA-lS D eff SM. I' awaar

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am e pe teedores En or
il a$B Bd L Esta Noche Al Retador Billy GrahaCm
s sre !La H a Li ..a ;i -
w,- TO .TJAD- co Sibauste, Clady Cumberbatch NUEVA YORK ago- .
mnides. mimculia y tme- HarryHi l or erto Jo- to2.-U )-E po
ndel basketball maot- e eph J AMerson. mdio de los cinco pri-
S"le' HTErl .r Rio. brtoe. la 'De Carreras Habra Epti en dap uta
..n BNK Iss Mhst bath ayre tar-t S E eint Mna. Enj. Franco e i campeonato
an el circulto mas- P aW. eonia Hall, Ross Re- de n Incluir sU actua- Per RDEM l camped solamento s han
e teOl ten contra un rmo, BrunildsI C e, os C;n 0n i 0O n O inrito o e-emplares, entree W
on loasdaml. Benlte, Felicita Dtty J egos e- caballo andwouod, tan le ouo te a Dictador
.- do a fm eninoe ua- Cealls, Marina Oliva,, Celeste turns a Como 81gUe: "na taipreal6n caou6 en el Plard, Phoebus Apollo, Royal *
rd, porpw oa Holms y las hermanas Checas. ? -I-ico "Cuerpe Dipleatite" y Coup Grts.
eliMa n peIr I Lca ni.i Ambos combinados al Iual En a Liga Nacional qu< dehPude as prm td en la in la ela "B" eatn inacri- Por JOME M. DB P 00
l ba d Co ado es que los "CamDpeones" pIrt r,9 clasa"A" medlocrement ha toa Microblo Fir Chance, Full, Corresponsaideli Prenaw Unida
I ade ]a .uteidn del Tren a las MUsal a.e bado otra vw a& lotg de PolvorftAu iandwood y Ratling NUEVA YORK Agoato 20 (U.
.f M Rubn Blade, 4.00 de la tarde. Robinson la "B", o mio qu ull h. P.)-Kid Oaviln el cubano
Jnio na. Rafael Jain, Law series continuaran on el y Ratlin Light. Amb m cnar serin sobre que ostenta el campeonato mun-
Carlo daleno, Oheto Eche-' Oimnasio Nacional de esta ca- Aslburl .37 Miontra tanto, on la clause de un tiro de 1.400 metro. ial peso welter termln6 ayer
Vert. Walter Alleyne, Francis- pital el pr6ximo_ abado. WyrOBtek .3_24 _T-e-sc e o de t eras tarde su adiestramlento para el
Alle--"ne, Francias tanela .317 E n Colnd hkabriW airld 3Con motive do celebrarse el encuentro que celebrara esta
apanella .317 ln a a del Traba- noche contra el retalor Billy
tPratasC P An n PI ina En la Lga Americana de fitbol a beneficlo de d o deJ los stado e unidos, la Graham.
n iratas Ponen Punto Fi na l Kell .334 danficados de Jamaicas s manar no d d o ha n- ,
S Proincia do- a 11 program special de carreras. qua ha estado atendiendo cul- 1 raa
Fain .331 La Up Provincial de o tbol cs equao te final de e oma- dadosamente todas las fases del Gavilan -
i00 .28 de Col6n, a solicitud de l a Co- na tendremx tro dias de ca- preparact6n y vivienda en el
La Racha e o igantes De NY. m32onia antilana. eat sado los rrer. m. amo eampamento de Sum- acometida que prActicamente ea e ha extendido a 15 Als.
.Coa .* 2ppo necesarios pra ceolebrar mit, Nueva Jersey, declar6 que decidl6 el encuentro ya qu vln etre s pe
Williams .322 d de balom6 a bne- Gavln a encuentra en pt- Bratton sufr6 la tractura de a ea dtan tiene do
ie" a Uid todoes ace eguldo- ?dc loe damnUicad9 de | a mas condiciones par la pelea la quijada bajo los golea del tra Ray Robinson a quen tvo
viole de isPre Un tod ues actor do George y que por o visto no le extra- cubano. s' gancho de tuler- en aprietos en el d6cmo cadto
Strikland bated un f ly '- ,. a que GavilAn a Impusle- da del qu no ha hablado e asalto del encuentro celebrado
qune Muellre y Wilne Mays deOa eHAtnte la posibilideouo, e so p ra por la a rpida hoy por hey mAs temlble del on FIladelfn.
IA n n Abrup aro er sa pil aunque d cault y el de 1 ra s s Hace dies Oavilan dijo medo cape6n y muy poible ue Todo auulo rult rema-
t.-*AR uelld d atprlft dlerdtei r F. r r. di mmde e
Mr *tddo4 esn l F broma,medloenserioque mentras rha t t aurpro la
Sgnoloxuern GreshfacultodngColn;p edri. bor quer los derehazos reiba el 13n et
< W 4aiee dane ado a bAad etalinO acceden a eata petlci6n. olpe "aeroplano" reflrindose mpact de una lzqulerda mucho eese quc i pronto m
lo"cFeI T celrd_ _,_ao suna varledad del "bolo" Ge m~ s petente que lo quo qulenes decisive poraue es un hech@
mu octave erntrdo en el ciroulto naeono el Broo FOREST IILLS, Agosto 29 arrIba a abjon form lamentan "la falta de pegada" peor quienes repaldan s vtic
4 td NHowie lt La 1, a l an Luis blanque6 al C CCi L S U1idos M Ic llbr6 una in.perada batalla golpe. Lo clerto ea qua au pre- Por otra part Graham nun- sonantes.
&iw -3teimente milentra t iladelfla per 2 a 0 y el Chicago a Earl Cochell de los Estadoes aracl6n con el welter cubano --
anotarse u quinto 41l Boston por l a 0. e Co Undos en la segunda vueltR del Ral Pdrez y el pluma puerto-
Skpear ne quo alls comn- -- MBID, agoato 29 (UP)-- a -- torneo por el campeonao de rrlquefio Wllis Hernndez lo
S earon tres In- En la :Lia Amerlean l dtro e ne Dia- W iehes ni tei indviduales do tennis de os han puestoen magnificas con-
irecluts Frank Tbo- Un sencill Gde George Kell mate Negro tra ans diaca* Estados Unidos, antes de perder diclones y los pocos qu han po-
bl6I la fatl4lica jomada con las ,e1ae Ilenas en la octa.- obre el ereeho a ad- ,r 6-4, 6-4 3- 6-4. a fir- dido. presenclar su adiestra -
do en o que e enr d el trno ar oln ae CHTUT HILL, Mssach me en el uego de ae dede miento efetudo en pivado
bate6 a She don Jones que bas- Tigres del Detroit sobre los Me- paus de otro automn6vil gue s*e etts, Agoato 29 (UP),-Is Es- atrAs, preoqup6 a Cochell quien declaran unknimente que el
ta entone, haMh lanIsdo ma- dias Rojas por anotacl6n do 5 e acntraba esperando ante tados Unidos gnaronI 1a cop trat6 de ecercarse a la mall campe6n esta pegando con una | U I I A
s.'h go. carreras a 4. Johnny Lipom y el rider, prln6 varies Wihtman -por d6clmonovena pero se vel obligado constan- segiridad extraordinaria y una ... el N EVOCARRO,
R 6 re 1c% paso ratls Gerry Prtddy Iniolaron la jor- olpee al m.dI o Franetlco ves en vein trees aocuando temente a retroceder. Sn su- dureza que pocas vecea s e ha N
y t Jones lanzar tres las nada tritvifaOr. poro s Tgrs cona ern mda, duefs de teho Maureen Connolly de an plego periorL servicloy ms vigorosas visto en aus go lpes
.! 3.sabl1i -.. oDvsencillos y Hot .Vers los ade- eI- produel6aidole eresto. Clffornia derot6 a Kay Tuc- devoluctonesa brindaron emperor Oraham no ha sido noquea- que estari
i 1 I montlul. t t last. be con n sacrifi- es er.key de Oran Bretas a POrs a Cocheu lls amargn que nece- do nunca y tiene ran resis- en EXHIBICION
piloto yer contest a c6 trs unal teve Souchock idie to cerade e anotaciones doe -1 y 6-3 dindo- t.partluifsa. tends per no s esc po s
ee gle Aps re tse r A t ee 9 Cass de Soeorre y el Diama lea lo norteamican cu tros Con lridos r p da. En tima pele
p l or16 d Ke ct el aehcllo ei to Ne X a la Ceierteara csetis o l s Ibls y GavilAn cape6 las saltuactones
Sga Phllie I ate. de pujandolas carreras do ereMpate e y l Jsade d e t uas pr Teo e el pern Jr- dadomente di SABADO y DOMINGO
a .&II.pdo' Thomas a y GAel tnrunfo. Internaclelgnal Ve Ton go @tiulco sr- f ai. nt uopee bacon
l wslO co l a CoWs. Clyde 1 Cleveland Be tmpuso aM r- e ono i .e 16 aos amerleano ue oontina lidian- ho. Para salir triunfante ten- 9 am. a 10 .m
14441-Uq .Atm Una fiqil .o ladelfis-por .a 0:,e1 Clhckago.A le t.ren mCon ven quo haGon 4n tomnoO. Moralesjugari dnA qus reasttir no ielpe
g#!, '10t '-hI o aue t g ao en refndo encuen9 .. asp C1TACION1 -PORTIVdA n tnmo ne v
0 MaAoR 1t xt.ndat oDI *1 o OEPORTIVA mdocit o Wgman pa- d aftb 3ble 4leOS "aerolano"Gde la derchao Ge

| (.r 1 .Ba. r J Ik e en5ellugarnelot bre, rar ctrara d ceo- a d rto in pe G e John
l a F a tratar-petls oty rit7 Connel la eAerito Kay Pa We B a bano, encueto;lvoe el mpen
l I J otros utdoInta SI4ter e in- akey tione a LoD tro tLre porque con el mn o GavilAn
f. orma que la seslon as efectua- paertidOee. fueron de exhibildn y Hamil- aacudi a Bratton en el primer Cric Tivoli Pamlai
t I r I I r con los que alstan. ue los norteamericanos han al Iniclar na terrible
C ate d ral S e In icia Esta N oche r cnnlo quo aqua qu lee- hea-
Tim mi nTiene rounl6n sat tarde alas
Easti seche a 8 se' incila victorlas y 6 derrotas. Aunque 4 en el lugar eonocido para
It .m lla d. la LWa d.a e .LavaY en roa realiza.do una me- tancia per lo que ae espera la
equipo. L. Muneca.y D..p. Ne-j e-mporada, ec c.mpromlso de federsdac. doe
co O l Gsimnso del Marafi6n. eoy m.0- n .uyerb, ye que ten- ...
ved ote.ionic eldeoe Social Deporiva del torles de golf kildmetros de
LDO protagDoldtas ejue inter- nio con lee a des Go 2 vie5L guar- Social

codiclado titulo I e Campe6n. Pezet, Bach deMena, l6n Zul Annue tars pia n e.t.ra. marcado entuaam ME
son los eaulpos La Mulec- que beta, Etc Aunqde tod los lu- feollita-lones-e am!ig -d-se- Con marcado entmlamO se ........
timne 11 Juegos ganados con 4 adores del M *dea son parejos. cado coocido dp el Ju. efectu6 l senda Witelta o nam
perda el oa con la posibl all 6n que pon- n Yanyip" Riversa no a ToInO AnM s de olf
S...... ,, cmpleafio. qua celebr6 yer. trunfano en so SprfaCo e
SDe r-Saybre Det aic B n s R. ]Ittn peu
Polo Jaen y Olmedo Correa en Los ganadorea de los juegos
Id defense; Gerardo White 40 esta segu da vuelt fuerson:
Gaspar y Daniel Arjona en la
delantera. aPrimer aD:c-
Macado entuasmo ext pr .. Mitten venci6 a Dicky
eaten coteJo L a que promote las Arias 4 up
Sis refldas alternative. Gear.e Riley venci a Dave -
La series continuarn mafana Starret ; .
Jueves con el segundo partido, y Jim Riley venl6 a Johnny
me coronary camne6n el equipo Sain $ up.
de.-.... ,, ac,, e....,,n que triunfe en dos encuentros. Billy Beson venci6 a Dave
-~ 11-~ j~ g c" ,l-.sn, --- Westman 5 up.
De "Bloomers" a Bikfinis No. 8PRCoom"
RenD i ckut venco6 a
.....r oGabriel Galindo1 up.
H6ctor Vald.s Jr. venci6 a
Jack SmIth up
Raeel Asngo vencd 6 a L.
Halley 2 up.
G a Diere Mona vnnca6 a
Frank Ri mond 2 up,
p R. M. olden ven a Frank
Uorrles 3 F
Stan Brown- venal6 a Archle.
Tatcher Cliabee venct6 a A.v

L. Watson eenei6 a I. Fie- S,
Ant. Miranda venc1 6 a JPred ii '.
Bob Medlier venci6 a Paul .
Baumbgaraw 2.

Ca., or. ,.. ...K I. En tempos como los actuales
Paul Mran vene a B. Box- EU *uw..alw
well 8.
Paul Palk ende6 a George
., V ino vena M. esta longevidad rinde lucrativos frutos
A. =u Mona venc16 a J. Tode prodmo Ford, Mercury y Lincoln es de coms. Ford lambldm ha omapllmde pern .s eemasemiuarhe
.... .. ,,....D. Em Vt .Oel. a R. Jonee 4 truceldi eq para re.dir mudhoe mdsa kJildumeetrt n program de uMryvldo que proporclemad a mase
". 1Isq-- I cao se 15e reevleando deade que-se fundd il Ford Moter que ci Coaeeulomerlo erd cemoce tam bleu lee psu.
Ustemraje de AR. eh ndal6 aCarlos Com MIeMlempoiecome.6sate.es Iiporbutfulmoe duc.m Ford. y quo m or ine h rerrmemk plas
Irt a ms P. n T..ci. a C. P. Ford qoe lte d1eAs de prodcltos Ford teagma dereeho a apopledas pr so aulam. mio 6 ppe ,meer
ig "e b deUpr sAmde fincionamlease is*xtd*-lO. eicle a lN alturm do low production oeh
db n pISOM ROlSY 73
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Muerto a tiros un
raquetero en Miami
TAMPA, Florida Agosto 29 -
(Ut)--Armando "Flaco" Flores,
notorio ex-guardaespaldas del
raquetero Salvatore Italiano fue
muerto a tiros anoche fren-
te a una concentration politi-
- Este es el 16o. asesinato cn-
tre pandilleros que se compete
en Tampa desde 1031, pero nin-
guno de los otros 15 ha sico
resuelto aln.





A Pedido de
X'uestro Piblico!

Coronacl6n de
Reina Orquidea
Con la presentaci6n de Ntu-
meros de Varledades.
-En la Pantalla-
en -

La Pelicula mis Costosa
del Cine Mexicano!



Aire-Acondicionado *





2 con --





M EX I C A N'O f

Nunca, Hasta Ahora, Se Habian Reunido Tan Grand
Artistas En Una Pelicula!




Louis Jordan y


del Paiaso"




BELLA PAREJA Louis Jordan, el nuevo galan oven de
nacionalidad.ftrancea' ue present la "2th Century Fox", al
lado de la enoantadora Debra Paget en "El Are del Paraiso",


un maravlloso especticulo en teenicolor que tiene como es-
eenarlo la edenlea naturaelza de las islas hawalianas. "El Ave *
del Paraiso" ha mereeldo los ms' cilido elos eios de los critic
del mundo enter.



De m s analas y su dolor naci6 un amor

Arthur KENNEDY Pe&g

Dan Durye Dorothy Lameour

. ........ A


DOW, en

I E L LA. 7o
Un drama de cAlida ternura 7
onda emoei6nL ...


Cuil era la terrible mentira de
Joan CRAWFORD Wendell COREY, en

nasta de 83

aftos se ianz6

en paracaidas
SONK R., N .Y., Agoato 29 -
(UP). -1 Bernard McFadden,
coPoc4o profesor de culture fi-
sica Jy.. pubM0lst de 83 ahlos
de a4 se lanz6 con para-
caSldaa al frio rio Hudson vis-
Uondo. un traje largo, y uan-
do. roi :Interior -de frarnela
uat deMnostrar que "la ancia-
nliad e a solo una mala c'cs-
tumbre". .

Mcradden hiio su primer sa- I
to en" paraoaidas para celebrar



ag ~o. *plea*I~3t
aniversarlo 40 'bod'

SAtver a, lasu6 e. un mo-
noplano Stna ptadQ do
roco a.iW U I:Fim.tAa .tarde.
McFadden cutbpOflr. aMe. el
16 de agosto.
Pos minutos despu4s d.l. sal-
to, et here6ledt
ka. gua oefra deA
y& jersey, al ot& I ,o if rio
frente a Yonker.
McFadden eary6 t14 % t06
la ribtra de Iftev JU y S.
el agua solo lI lllegaba a
eintura, Varilo. bot & acud
ron en segulda a oaar.lo d
agua, pero McwPadde penrm
neci6 todavia unos miniutoa on
el rio, charlando con Iw tripu-
lantes de los botes y saliendo
del agua poco adtM de laL

|it5 V- 4:15
HOY:40 746

El poema de dos almas enanmoradas que auidr e-
fender su felicidad ppr encima de los preJuc .
porando a su cariflo.el fruto d6 Un amor dead ..
con -
la actris ilmada en tuenoim Ar'A. rIm an



U3A EMOTIVA, porquie todasd y ud4 i
ESTRErO DE FIN de sus escenas coplan hetoa mu.-
DE SEMANA! rridos en la vida rall...
IWARUKEIo S. imuMb'' k

MANANA! La hja fue novia el aho pasado y el
I mundo ri6!... Ahora la hija es madre
Estreno de Fin y es el catacllsmo familiar que rompe
de Semana!. todos ios records de carcajadas!...

W, ru, ^ff 0fmw
M-G-M praeets
Fafhek Little

dA el Praml.' "lL PADLE ES "LA Venmanm de "E G19AN
oW Parade) AUiVLO" Monteerlsto" CARUSO"
en (Faters Littld (Sword of Mmte- Techbnicolor I
Technlcolorl Diviend) e rlto) La pelicula del
eon on n n. colorml Aflo
Ie Jordn&m Snc Tracy con
pa =-BMlea.t Il gran triunto de Marlo Lanmr

acechan entire
y aplausos

en eii


I Protagolzafi Wp pr

Con ol faoso lpu

Una Pelicula Divertida y
Llena de Emociones!

Humphrey Bogart Jeff
Corey, en
Errol Flynn, en
B.IM. a las 5:00 y 9:" p.m.
John Payne, en
John Russell. en
Ricardo Montalbin, en
Gene Kelly, en
Elizabetha Scott, en
"El Vengador Invisible"
Dorothy Lamour, en.


A las 5:00 y 8:30 p.m. WAHOI
Premio de Oro B.18 O
Ademis: Un Gran Doblel
Eleanor Parker Ruth Roman
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Wayne Morris Jane Palge, en

(4-5) AdemAs:

Richard Widmarks"en
"Hasta el Ultimo eR mrU"
Randolph Scott, en
L-on McCamstr. e o

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llos a quienes agradan las buenas canciones y los *bl-
les movides... I
Luis Aguilar y Meche Barba

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