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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Panama American
"Let the people know,the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, AUGUST $1, 1M1
wm CENTS
New Crisis As Battle Flares Near Kaesong
Friendly End To EC0S0C
Meet; US Dissents Once
The Second Extraordinary Session of tha Economic and So-
da Council of the Organisation of American States closed here
last night In a ipirlt of harmony, with the passage ot wn re-
,0,UHowever, V. S. Assistant SecreUry of State MUler regretted
that the United States was forced to abstain from vbtlng on one
resolution that referring to "unjustified" increase in freight
^HrsaTdT^The^'nlted State, delegation Is very .orry It can-
not accompany its colleagues in approving this document" but
he promUed "hat the U.S. would gladly cooperate with the re-
solution which called for an ad hoc committee to study tha rate.
and make recommendation..
that ECOSOC recognizes the se-
riousness of the problem of main-
taining the purchasing power of
monetary reserves ana the need
to find a solution.
Since the meeting voted to con-
tinue study on this lasue he sug-
gested that the delegates trans-
mit to the council, as soon as pos-
sible, specific data on this prob-
lem.
The meeting broke up with
praise from all sides for Pana-
ma's excellence at a host.
Search On For Lost
Ketch With Three
Americans Aboard
He pointed out that the U.S. *
only objection was to the word-
ape of the conslderanda.
Venezuela's Rene Lepervance
Parparcen stated that his gov-
ernment also did not agree with
the particular wordage, but he
gave an affirmative vote on the
overall Idea and the resolution
was passed.
Argentina's Colonel Julio Lo-
pez Mulz, Ambassador to Pan-
ama attempted to bring up a-
gain the proposal previously re-
jected in committee, that, in tne
establishment of prices for raw
materials and foodstuffs, the
council recognize that there
should be adequate compensa-
tion for the same.
Chile's Rodrigo Gonzlez Allen-
de, Mexico's Antonio Carillo Flo-
res, and Guatemala's Alfonso
Bauer Palz all observed that this
issue should not be token up at
this time, and 18 delegates voted
to place the proposal on tne a-
genda for the next meeting.
lpez Mulz also stated that which will begin tomorrow morn- |" Ivl^.... T
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% NZ Rugby Team
Will Work Out At
Balboa Tomorrow
The New Zealand Hugby
League Team is due to workout
In the Balboa Stadium tomor-
row at 2:30, If they arrive on
\ time.
They are travelling to Eng-
land aboard the Ruahlne which
is scheduled to dock in Balboa
at noon tomorrow.
Arrangements have been made
with the Bureau of Clubs and
Playgrounds according to the
ship's agent, Norton, Lilly and
. Co. for the team to be seen
publicly t the Stadium.
Owned by the New Zealand
Shipping Company, the Ruahlne
has 350 passengers aboard who
will be given shore leave.
Rhonda Fleming's
f Party To Fly In
Hour Before Show
Rhonda Fleming and seven
NBC television stars are due to
arrive at 5:30 pjn. at Albrook
today.
Included in the troupe are
John W. Grant, Patsy Moran,
Maxinc Gates, Murray Parker,
Kay Bryan, Dolores Gay and
JJtebel Randall.
This Is the first in a series of
troop entertainment programs
that are being planned by Ca-
ribbean Command in a Joint ef-
fort with Army, Navy and Air
Force.
The stars will be rushed to
Fort Kobbe for two scheduled
performances at 0:30 and 8:30
tonight, and will follow tomor-
row morning with shows at Ft
Clayton Hospital and at Albrook
In the evening.
Tonight's first show is to be
restricted to enlisted personnel
only.
However, all military person-
nel, their dependents, and civll-
I Ian personnel of the Armed
Forces will be permitted to at*
tend the second show tonight.
The troupe will be housed at
Albrook Air Force Base during
their stay. They are scheduled
to leave Sept. 4.
Dr. Harmodio Arias
To Defend Arnulfo
This morning Dr. Arnulfo
^ Arias appointed Dr. Harmodio
Ariaa, his brother, to defend
him in the investigation of the
occurrence. In this cltv during
May 7 to May 1.
Dr. Harmodio Arias had al-
ready expressed the wiliingneu
te accept the detena.
The ketch Drake with three
Americans aboard was reported
overdue today after It failed to
arrive In Cristobal.
15th Naval District Headquar-
ters were Instituting a search
NEW CANAL ZONE TEACHERS who arrived at Tocumen last night are here seen present and
correct as thev leave their plane. From left: Charles M. Ellis with his wife-and son (Ellis,
graduated from Henderson 8tute Teachers College, Arkadelphla, Arkansas, will teach English
In Balboa High School); Miss Mary Huddleston, of Fort Smith. A/kansas. who will teach
Grades 2 and 3 at Gamboa: Miss Mildred Houy, of Frederlcksburg, Texas, who will teach
Grades 2 and 3 at Gatun; Miss Betty Klzer, of Knoxvllle, Tennessee, who will teach Kinder-
garten at Diablo Heights; Miss Jane Bohllg, of Mlnnewaukau, North Dakota, who will teach
Home Economics at Balboa High School" Miss Elizabeth Ogden. of Eufaula, Oklahoma, who
will teach Grades 2 and 3 at Ft. Kobbe: Miss Vanlta Baldwin, of Oak Mill, Florida, who will
teach Grade 2 at Ft. Kobbe; Miss Marjorle Howell. of Canon. Georgia, who will teach Grade 2
at Cocoll; William C. Mlllhlzer, graduated from University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, who
will teach English, Speech, and Drama at Balboa High School.
Teachers Arrive
A Navy spokesman said that a
Standard Fruit Company ship,
the Atlantlda was due in Cristo-
bal at 4 p.m. today.
The Atlantlda had reported
sighting a wreckage off Old Pro-
vidence Island Aug. 20.
The Atlantlda described the
wreck as "rusty In color." Thht
did not coincide with the descrip-
tion from Caribbean Command
which said the Drake had a
white hull and dark green bot-
tom.
Information received from a
Quarry Heights spokesman indi-
cated that all ships and commer-
cial airplanes have been alerted
to be on the look-out for the
missing ketch.
Meanwhile the check with port
authorltie. of Old Providence Is-
land Is continuing, to confirm re-
ports of a wreck seen there Aug.
The Drake sailed from Wll-
mette, Illinois with two brothers.
Charles and Louis Strattpn, and
Murray Wight, 20, aboard.
Wight comes from Carmel, Cal-
ifornia. The Strattons are from
Wllmette.
They left New Orleans July 15,
and arrived at the Yucatan pe-
ninsula on July 23.
Shortly thereafter they wrote
a letter that they were leaving
for Old Providence Island and
would arrive in the Canal Zone
between Aug. 25 and Aug. 30.
The ship was described as a 28-
ft. ketch, open cockpit, auxiliary
powered with two masts and
three sails..
It has radio equipment.
In CZ Schools
Several schoolteachers flew in
last night ready to begin the new
term In Canal Zone schools next
week.
They were met and welcomed
by the American Federation of
Teachers, local 227, as well as by
officials of the Panama Canal
and the Division of Schools.
The delegation to meet the
teachers was: Brodie Burnham,
representative. Personnel Bureau,
E. W. Hatchett. president, Ame-
rican Federation of Teachers,
Local 227; Mr. Elsie D. Naugh-
ton. chairman Teachers Union
Reception Committee; S. E. Es-
ser, director of Secondary Edu-
cation; Lawrence Johnson. Su-
perintendent of Schools; T. F.
Hotz. Principal. Balboa High
School; Cal Batalden, Director of
Vocational Education.
Nehru Discloses
Burmese Tribe
Still Head-Hunting
NEW DELHI. Aug. 31 (UP)
Prime Minister Jawaharlal Neh-
ru told the Indian parliament to-
day that on March 24 of this
year,, head-hunting Naga tribes-
men from Burma raided an In-
dian border village and carried
away 03 heads.
Mill Worker Strangles Wife
Who Would Not Share His Bed
COLUMBUS, Oa., Aug. 31 (UP) Roach returned home went
A cotton mill worker costes- back to Columbus, waited for
sed today he strangled his at- stores to open, and pawned his
tractive wife because she refus- wife's ring and watch for (15,
ed to share his bed and then Howell said. He then visited a
tossed her nude body into a sand sister in Jonesboro, Ga.
pit. The body was discovered by
Tom H. Roach, 41, said he Negroes en route to a funeral on
strangled his wife Marie, 39, with Aug. 21 and after lengthy lnves-
hls hands and a pillow "in a fit tigatlon was Identified from her
of rage," authorities reported. dental work
They said lie told them he also Authorities said the partly-de-
suspected she was seeing other composed body showed no evld-
men.
Muscogee County Sheriff T. F.
Howell said the man admitted
he mutilated his wife's body with
a knife and scissors.
ence of how she met death, but
bore the marks of Roach's muti-
lation.
Sheriff Howell said the Roach's
both worked at the Lanett cot-
ton mills, had been married
He said he had threatened her about four years but were chlld-
wlth this during their argument, less.
Howell said
Roach took off Mrs. Roach's
gown, removed her watch and
ring, and carried the body In his
car to a lonely spot near Cusset*.
Ga.. shortly ofter midnight and
dumped It over a 20-foot ledge
Into the sand pit.
Mrs. Roach's grown son by a
previous marriage was believed
to be a Navy enlisted man.
Roach said he killed the wom-
an at their stone cottage In the
HuKUley coLimunitv near Lanett,
according to Howell.
He was arrested there and
i.*J mr saiiu pit*. ne wao hucaku i. u c i c aim
Roach confessed he killed the brought here yesterday but wa
woman shortly before midnight
Aug. 17 and reached the hide-
away pot Just off the Columbus-
Richland. Ga, highway about
four miles south of Cusseta at
about 2:30 a.m.. Howell said.
to be returned to face murder
charges.
Roach suoinitted to arrest
without resistance, Howell said,
but later became excited and
complained of headache.
Help Keeps Rolling In
For Jamaica 9s Homeless
. LONDON. Aug. 31- (LPS)
Contributions continue to pour in
for the Jamaica hurricane fund.
Elders and Fyffe, whose 7.000
ton banana ship Arlguanl sailed
from Avonmouth this week with
relief goods for Jamaica, have
donated $4.000 to the fund.
The firm ave 1,000 tons of
free cargo space in the Arlguanl
and delayed sailing for 48 hours
while relief goods arrived by
road and rail.
The Gold Coast Assembly
meanwhile donated $7,000 to the
fund.
The Assembly passed a resolu-
tion on behalf of the people of
the Gold Coast "Conveying to
the people of Jamaica an ex-
pression of profound sympathy
on the loss of life, distress and
damage caused in the island of
Jamaica by the recent hurri-
cane.*'
The minelayer Larken, one of
the Royal Navy's fastest ships,
will leave Portsmouth Tuesday
for Jamaica with 1,500 tents and
other stores.
The tents have been loaned by
the British War Office to the
Government of Jamaica. Each
can accommodate up to 12 people.
The War Office announced
that a company from the Royal
Welsh Fusiliers with technical
and medical detachments were
provided to reopen the road to
Mornt Bay. about 30 miles east
of Kingston, and into the area
beyond.
This detachment rendered
great assistance 'in restoring or-
der, unloaded food from the H.M.
S. Bigbury Bay and from trucks,
pitched tent for the homeless,
cooked and distributed hot food,
carried out rescue work, render-
ed medical services at Port Roy-
al, distributed water by trucks
and provided a wireless link.
They also provided staff for
three emergency feeding centers
In the Kingston area, baked 2.-
000 pounds of bread dally for ci-
vilians and lent stores to the
Government and the Red Cross.
Meanwhile In Panama and the
Canal Zone efforts go on to get
funds and relief supplies for Ja-
maica's homeless.
This afternoon the Bomberos
of Colon wll.1 parade from 4 p.m.
to 8 p.m. irt the cause. Any help
will be accepted at the Colon
Chamber of Commerce or the
Central Fire Brigade Headquar-
ters.
Sunday there will be a special
offering at Panama Baptist
Differential Bill
Awaits Signature
The resolution extending pay-
ment of a salary differential
through the month of Septem-
ber has been passed by Con-
church for the hurricane suffer-
ers.
Carlos Perez Cla. Ltda. have
handed a $20 check to "The Pa-
nama American" for Jamaican
relief funds.
The- British Charge d'Affalres
In Panama. A. H. B. Hermann,
has received a letter of thanks
from, Sir Hugh Foot. Governor
of Jamaica, for relief parcels
sent from Panama for the hur-
ricane victims.
The Governor's letter states:
"We are Indeed most grateful
to you for the help which you
are sending to us and I should
be glad If you would tell all
those who have made contribu-
tions how much we appreciate
this valuable help."
Chief Officer Dead,
3 Of Ship's Crew
Hurt In 12-Hr. Storm
A storm at sea lasting 12 hours
was responsible for the death of
the chief officer of the 8 8. Ce-
lestial which arrived In the out-
er anchorage yes t e r d a y and
transited today.
Three crewmen who-were sev-
erely injured during the storm
were taken ashore on stretchers
and admitted to Gorgas Hospit-
al.
Investigation by the police, who
boarded the ship at the outer
anchorage disclosed that Willard
H. Comey, 56, of Mattapan,
Mass.. died after hLs left leg was
badly mangled when he was
wedged between the 'nigger head
and the wild cat'.
Apparently the storm had been
encountered very suddeny, with-
out the usual warning, off the
coast of Mexico.
After everything had been re-
ported battened down, Comey
went to the bow of the vessel to
make a final check of the moor-
ing lines, and was In front of the
anchor windlass when a huge
wave came over the bow and
bashed him against the windlass.
Rescuers found his right leg
which had been pulled off at the
knee, in his hip boot about 8
feet awav. He died a few minutes
later in the ships hospital. Co-
mey was married and had four
children.
The three men who were hos-
pitalized at Goreas are Jessie C.
Turner. Bos'n, Walter J. McMul
len. Deck hand, and Niels H.
Fischer. Seaman.
The vessel, owned by Sprague
Company Is en route to Europe
from the west coast.
Missing British
Diplomats Said In
Czechoslovakia
LONDON, Aug. 31 (UP) The
persistent report that the two
missing British diplomats are or
have been behind the Iron Cur-
tain was given Indirect support
today In a statement Issued by
the British Foreign Office.
The London Dally Herald, or-
gan of the British Labor Party,
said It had turned over to the
Foreign Office Information on the
route taken by Donald MacLean
and Guy Burgess since they dis-
appeared from England on May
2$.
The Daily Herald said It In-
cluded the ship, train and plane
travel of the two Foreign Office
officials.
A Foreign Office spokesman
confirmed that It had received
the information.
"The statement received agrees
with certain theories and infor-
mation previously submitted but
which could not be confirmed de-
spite attempts to check It," he
said.
His remark that the informa-
tion could not be "checked" led
to speculation that It could not
be checked because the men were
In Soviet satellite territory.
Reliable sources said yesterday
that MacLean and Burgess had
been in Czechoslovakia In June
and might still be there.
There has been no Indication
of what they might have been
doing there, But If the report
were true, the Czech Foreign Of-
fice well could make use of such
men with diplomatic knowledge
and background.
On July fl, the Daily Express re-
ported that the British Embassy
In Prague had been Informed
that the men were seen on Sun-
day, June 3. at the Hotel Rene,
some 12 miles from the Czech ca-
pital. The newspaper said the
men who recognized them was
(Continued on rare , Column 4)
Reds Ignore
Ridgway's
Latest Offer
TOKYO, Aug. 31 (UP) The Communist radio said
today that South Korean forces have pushed within three
miles of Kaesong in a "continuing" fight and it was fear-
ed here that this new crisis in the Korea armistice talks
might be the trigger for the expected Red offensive.
The Communist radio broadcasts all day Friday at-
tacked the United Nations' "lack of sincerity in the Kae-
song truce talks and completely ignored General Matthew
Ridgway's invitation to return to the conference table.
A newscast from Radio Peiping quoted a Communist
correspondent in Kaesong as saying'that "fighting broke
out inside the neutral zone on Thursday and is still con*
tinuing."
The broadcast said the ROK
forces "pushed within about
three miles of the city of Kae-
song with machtneguns" and
claimed two Communist mili-
tary police in the neutral zone
had been killed.
Manwhlle at 8th Army
Headquarters, UP correspon-
dent Robert Miller said that
the Red charge was regarded
there as a "possible kick off on
the long-awaited Red summer
offensive."
High hopes generated here In
Tokyo Wednesday when the
Red radie- admitted receipt of
Ridgway's test -norte- wer* dim-
ming but observers had not
completely given up.
At Munsan base camp today.
Major James A. MacMaster of
the United Nations command
said "there Is no Indication to-
day that there will be a per-
manent breakdown of peace
talks:*'
The Peiping broadcast of the
Brig. Gen. R. M. Bathurst
Leaves for Puerto Rico
Brig. Gen. Robert M. Bathurst.
Commanding General, United
gress and Is awaiting the Presl- states Army Caribbean, depen-
dent's signature, according to a
message received by the U8AR-
CARD3 finance Office today.
Payments ot the differential
will continue, according to a
Finance spokesman, unless the
Army is otherwise notified.
ed the Isthmus today at 8:07
am.
General Bathurst. who arrived
here Monday. August 77. is en
route to Headquarters, United
States Army Forces-, "Antilles,
Puerto Rico.
Kaesong fighting was the
fourth charge fro mthe Com-
munists of alleged UN viola-
tions of the cease fire agree-
ments.
In the other three the Reda:
li Said an Allied plane drop-
ped a flare over Kaesong last
night.
2) Claimed UN troops at-
tacked the neutral zone near
Pan Mun Jom yesterday morn*
lng.
3> Said UN; personnel attack-
ed in the vicinity of Chong
Dam Dong this afternoon.
Higher Italian
Court Seeks OSS
Men's Extradition
TURIN, Aug. 31 (UP)The
Italian government was formal-
ly asked today to seek the ex-
tradition of the two former U.S.
Army secret agents accused of
murdering their wartime com-
mander In Italy seven year*,
ago.
The Turin tribunal forwarded
the request that the two Amer-
icans stand trial for murder.
from the criminal court In Ver*'
banla to the Italian Ministry of .
Justice.
The Ministry will decid
whether to seek the extradition
of former Lt. Aldo Icardi and
farmer Sgt. Carlos Lo Dolce of
Rochester. They are Jointly ac-
cused, with two former Italian
partisans, of slaying rnlulov
chief Major William V. Holohan.
Drug-Carrier Gets
30 Days In Jail
Clifton Lewis Campbell. 20,
Panamanian, was sentenced to
1J days today in the Balboa Ma-
gistrate's Court for "wilfully and
lewdly exhibiting certain inde-
cent and obscene pictures" at Al-
brook Field.
On a second charge of having;
marijuana in his possession, he
was sentenced to 15 additional
days.
LAUNDRY DAI While their Jaundry hangs drying on the
edge of their camouflage net. these New Zealand artillerymen
clean their gun for action In Korea. With this unit is Lt.
Keith Berry, formerly of the staff of The Panama American.
All along the front United Nations forces are preparing for
another Red attack.
Irish Seamen's Strike
Holding: Up 10 Ships
DUBLIN, Aug. 31 (UP Ten
registered Irish ships were held
up here today by a strike of 800
seaman who demanded a 32*
shilling weekly pay raise.
Blonde Socialite Confesses
Snatching Swank Pals Gems
MINELA. Aug. 31 (UP) -De-
tectives found a $1,200 pair ot
stolen earrings today to the bou-
doir of a blonde socialite who
has confessed to a $10,000 Jewel
theft.
Mrs Ethel Taylor, 29. a deli-
cate and shapely wife of an avia-
tion executive, admitted Tues-
day that she took $10,000 In em-
eralds and diamonds last March
from the home of a social re-
g s t e r friend, Mrs. Margaret
Welch.
Nassau County detectives then
began Investigating whether the
daughter of a prominent stock
broker bad been connected with
any other robberies on Long Is-
land's swank Gold Coast.
Yesterday afternoon, with the
aid of her husband, John, they
searched the Taylor's five-acre
estate-.
In Mrs. Taylor's boudoir the
detectives found a pair of rolled
Sold earrings, each set with 11
lamonds.
Mrs. Charlene Wrights man
Identified the earrings today as
a pair stolen from her during a
gala July 4 party at the luxurious
Tuxedo Park home of her mo-
ther. Mrs. J. J Hope.
Mrs. Taylor and her husband
attended that party, police said.
They said Mrs. Wrlghtsman
told them an additional $4,100 in
gems was stolen from her the
same evening.
"Whtle Mrs. Taylor does not
admit taking the gems, she does
not deny it." said Ins p e c t o r
8tuyvesant A Plnnell. in charge
of Nassau County deteotlves.
He added that Mrs. Taylor had
been very evasive during ques-
tioning.
But police still can't find a
motive.
Mrs. Taylor told them she-
stole the $10.000 In Jewels from
her school chum, Mrs. Welch, be*
cause she needed the money. ,
But she had not bothered ta>
cash a check tor $450 from a NeW
York Jeweler as a down pay:
on two pieces of the tOl
Jewelry.
PoDce pointed out that I^H
Taylor's family is quite *4^H
do.
Her Father U
financial figure i
is an exeeutivi-
airplane parts
Mrs. Taylor*!
ed his wlfes
auto accident
she suffered
At that
her
Mrs.
ball on grand 1:
the Welch gem


P\GE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 1151
Cargo and FreightShips and PlanesArrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Arrives
New Orleans Servio______________________Cristbal
1.1. Piador Knot....... .......................Sept. 2
S.S. Levers Bond ...............................Sept. 2
S.I. Chiriqui ...................................Sept. I
Si Maya.......................................Sept. io
I. Mayan ....................................Sept. 14
S.S. Chiriqui ...........'............. ..........Sept. 16
(Handling Refrigerated Chilled and eaeral Cart*)
Arrives
New York Freight Service________________Cristbal
!.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Sept. 5
.8. Cape Cumberland .........................Sept. 9
S.S. Cape Cod .................................Sept. IS
S.S. Cape Ann .................................Sept. 23
Weakly Sailing* to New York, Loa Angele, Sen 'raacteee. Seattle
Occasional Sailing, to Now Orleans and Mobile
(Tac Sleaeaers la thle servte. are luallad u> twelve ......mil
frequent ? reijht Sailing, Irani Cristobal Io Waal Coast Cea.ral America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Arrives
Tela, Honduras___________________________Cristbal
S.S. Cblriqni .... (Passenger Service Only)......Sept. 4
S.S. Chiriqui ...................................Sept. It
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 8111 PANAMA 2-2104 COLON N
SWEDISH TRANSATLANTIC LINE
Accepting Passengers For
LOS ANGELES
via
AMAPALA, LA UNION and LA LIBERTAD
by
m.s. "PARRAKOOLA"
SAILING SEPTEMBER 7th
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tel. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
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19 Thus
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24 Electrical unit
28 Bridge
28 Pace
31 Vehicle
32 Minute skin
opening
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12 and 20
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of Mister
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A SHARP CONTRAST between the age-old leisurely method
of sail and that of a modern let airliner Is offered In this
composite picture. It shows a five-mlles-an-hour barge on
the Thames Estuary and the 500-mlles-an-hour Comet which
B.O.A.C. will introduce on IU overseas routes next year, thus
becoming the world's first airline to operate a pure Jet
commercial passenger aircraft.
LONDON. Aug. 31 (UP)
Britain's nationalized airlines
announced a plan to cut plane
fares sharply, in order to take
air travel from the luxury class
and- bring it down to the level ol
the weekend vacationer.
A report from British Overseas
Airways Corporation and Brit-
ish European Airways outlined
the plan for "austerity travel
under which passengers would
pay as nearly as possible for the
miles flown, and not for luxury
frills and comforts.
Under the "Mass Air Travel"
plan, transatlantic plane fares
would be cut by one-third and
European tripa by about one-
fourth.
The plan Is seen ss a counter-
move against the luxury flights
of certain American and Europ-
ean airlines which serve passen-
gers vintage wine champagne
and fabulous meals on even
short hops.
With austerity flights, British
Airways hope finally to get "out
of the red."
San Bias Islands Tour
Announced for this Sunday
Anyone Interested In making a
one-day trip to the San Bias Is-
lands may contact Fred Busch at
Cristobal 2315 (between 6 and 8
p.m.) to complete arrangements.
The excursion leaves Tocumen at
9 In the morning Sunday and re-
turns the same day at 5 p.m.
day en route to Montevideo. The
Oreek Embassy asked the Egyp-
tian Foreign Ministry to Inter-
vene to allow the ship to load
cargo at Alexandria and proceed
to its destination.
Pan-American Grace Airways
Visitor in Panama
Mr. John T. Shannon, vice-
president of Pan Amerlcan-Orace
Airways, New York City, was a
visitor In this city today en route
to the States after a business
trip In South America.
Greek Freighter
Impounded in Alexandria
ALEXANDRIA. Aug. 31 (UP)
The Oreek Freighter Elufsis was
Impounded today by Egyptian
custom authorities who claimed
she had previously transported
coal to Israel. The freighter ar-
rived In Alexandria last Satur-
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Most experienced players know
that it is very unwise to make
an initial meld from the hand
taht uses u pa substantial num-
ber of cards. You get caught
without enough cards In your
hand to fight for the discard
pile.
For example, suppose you need
90 points for the first meld and
that you draw from the stock and
hold: A-Q-J 10-10 9-9-9 8-8-8.
You are able t oreach the mln-
lrrlum by melding all the tens,
nines, and eights. Then you
would have to discard, after
which you would have two odd
cards left.
However, this would be a very
Cr meld to make. You would
e practically no chance to
get the discard pile and you
would need remarkable luck to
meld out quickly.
Better policy with this hand is
to keep the cards all in your
hand and hope for a good break.
Perhaps a ten, nine, or eljht will
be discarded to you; and you will
then get a discard pile. Perhaps
vuur partner will be able to get
the pile or to meld more econo-
mically from his hand.
The situation would be differ-
ent, however. If you needed 50
points and held, after a draw
from the slock, such a hand as:
A 7-7-7-7 8-6-6 4-4-4 2.
Yonr best plav Is to meld your
sevens, sixes and Yours. Then you
discard the ace. save the deuce in
your hand, and wait for devel-
opments.
The chances are very good that
your partner can add enough to
one of your melda so that you
will be able to make a canasta
and meld out a* our next tur'
or perhaps the turn after that.
The big argument In favor of
melding t once is that you have
practically no chance to do your-
self much good if you hold up.
Even If vou get the discard pile
Ku won't be able to make a big
nd. There are too many high
cards and wild cards available to
the opponents, so that they will
be able to stop your parade be-
fore It even gets started.
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and making a touch-and-go
slam. It may have been a good
thing for domestic tranquillty
that he made his slam, since he
had been boosted Into that con-
tract by his wife.
The bidding was short and very
much to the point. Souths dis-
tribution and general strength
were beautifully described by an
opening bid of two no-trump.
Thereupon North must expect
that there will be a fine play for
twelve tricks. And so there was.
West opened the four of
spades, and dummy won with the
queen. The king of spades fol-
lowed and the bad news was re-
vealed. Only four spades could be
won because of the unfortunate
5-1 break.
Dr. Steinberg turned his atten-
tion next to the clubs, leading low
from the dummy toward his
king. West won with the ace of
clubs and returned the suit. De-
clarer won with dummy's Jack of
clubs and hopefully laid down the
queen of clubs, only to discover
that here also the break was un-
favorable.
The slam now depended on
guessing which opponent had the
queen of diamonds. Dr. Steinberg
cashed his three top hearts first,
to count the ha>- v When West
followed to all threr. it became
clear that he had started with
exactly five spadf< and two ciub*,
and with elthe O-c- or four
hearts. (The thi-' * .c,. l had
not yet shown up.;
This made It api.arent that
West had started wit., either two
or three of the mlsslnj, seven dia-
monds. In either case. East held
the majority of the diamonds, so
East was an odds-on choice to
hold the queen of diamonds.
On this reasoning Dr. Steinberg
crossed to dummy's king of dia-
monds and then finessed the Jack
of that suit. When the finesse
held, the slam was assured.
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Crusading Newsmen To Face
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LAKE CHARLES, La., Aug. 31
(UP) Five crusading newspa-
permen Indicted on charges of
"defaming" Calcasieu Parish of-
ficials and three gamblers will be
tried by an especially-appointed
"outside" judge.
v Assistant District Attorney E.
L. Shaheen, announcing that he
would ask the 8tate Supreme
Court to appoint a Judge from
outside the 14th Judicial district.
said he also would ask the At-
torney General for a special pro-
secutor to handle the case a-
galnst one of the newspapeimen.
The newspaperman is Manag-
ing Editor Kenneth L. Dlxon of
the Lake Charles American
Press. Dlxon was the only de-
fendant charged with "defam-
ing" District Attorney Griffin T.
Hcwklns of Calcasieu Parish.
Attorney General Bolivar E.
Kemp had said he doubted that
Hawkins would be allowed to pro-
secute a case he was personally
inteiested in.
Ernest Miller. Maurice Vincent
and E. F. Brouse. members of
the Underground People's Action
group, which has been wcrklng
with the'American Press to clean
up crime, also were Indicted on
de'amaflpn charges.
Leauers of the PAG summoned
the membership to an emergen-
cy secret meeting tonight to dis-
cuss the grand jury's demands
for a list of. the PAGs 5,000
members.
G. G. Buchanan of Sulphur.
La., president of the PAG, did
not say how he expected 5,000
persons to meet secretly.
Hitherto, only two or three
members of the PAG. working
together on a crime hunting
team have known each other, al-
though officials did not try to
hide their own identities.
For nine months, PAG teams
have been finding law violations,
mostly gambling and submitting
notarized reports to the Grand
Jury. As a result, gambling has
been wiped out In Lake Charles.
In addition to Dixon. who
helped organize the PAG. the
newspapermen indicted were:
Thomas B. Sherman, publisher
of the American Press; W. Hui?h
Shearman, his son and co-pub-
lisher; City Editor James North
and crime reporter Carter
George.
Desiqning Engineer
And Wife Sail Today
F. H. Irwln. Designing engin-
eer and Mrs. Irwm. will leave to-
dav on the S.8. Cristobal for a
va-r.Hon of about three months
1- "-Tinted States.
They plan to visit in New York;
T\..> .unions. Minnesota; Sam
Rafael. California: in the state
of Washington; and other olac-
e.s and will return to the Isthmus
about Dec. 3.
Wells D. Wright will act as
Deslenln? engineer in the ab-
sence of Mr. Irwln.


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Mysterious ^Madness'
Claims Fourth Victim
PORT-SAINT-ESPRIT, France,
Aug. 31 (UP) The mysterious
"madness" claimed its fourth life
In this Rhone valley village late
last night. The weird malady has
caused six others to attempt sui-
cide and hospitalized 30 persons
suffering from wild hallucina-
tions.
Scientists and food experts
were baffled.
Bread made from flour milled
In the Saint Martin La Riviere
region, has been tentatively
named the cause of the strange
malady which sent people
screaming through the streets,
believing they were chased by
prehistoric demons, were being
burned alive or devoured by
snakes.
But toxicologists, sent here
from the French health ministry
in Paris, and from other centers,
still have not Isolated the sub-
stance which brought on the
"bread madness'' which terrified
the town for ten days.
Flour merchants from Saint
Martin La Riviere insisted their
product was not at fault. "The
flour which was sent to the guard
area (Port-Salnt-Esprit) is ex-
actly the same as that delivered
in the Vienne area, and in that
section there have been no acci-
dents," one miller said.
Police who were Investigating
the matter said they had noth-
ing to say In reply to the miller,
for the present.
The toll in lives was Increased
to four today with the death of
Joseph Moulin, 35-year-old peas-
ant from nearbv Carsan who was
taken to Nlmes hospital after be-
coming delirious last Saturday.
Two new cases, suffering se-
vere hallucinations, were taken to
the hospital here late yesterday.
But In nearby Montpelier, the
condition of the sick seemed to
be improving and the fact no new
cases developed In the past 24
hours was considered encourag-
ing by the authorities.
French scientists hoped to Iso-
late the specific cause of the out-
break of "bread madness" by
feeding samples of the suspected
baked goods to laboratory ani-
mals, at Montpelier University.
They predicted it may be sev-
eral days before results of the
animal experiments can be ana-
lyzed.
Medical authorities cautiously
predicted that the crisis is over.
15-Yr-0ld Picked Up
In Florida Search
for Banker's Killer
STUART, Fla.. Aug. 31 (UP)
Police picked up a 15-year-old
youth today for questioning in
the Sunday night slaying of John
E. Stephenson. vice president of
the Atlantic National Bank In
Jacksonville.
Chief of Police Roy C. Baker
said the youth "resembled" the
description of the voung prowler
surprised in the fashionable
home of the banker on St. John's
River.
The youth was wearing a
sports shirt with blue floral de-
sign, trousers and gum-sole
shoes similar to the clothes worn
by the murderer.
The description of the murder-
er was given police by Mrs. Ste-
phenson and their daughter, who
saw the banker shot.
However, they told officers the
youth had "dark" hair. The
youth picked up here has "dark
brown" hair.
The boy here also was carry-
ing a gas pistol resembling a
fontaln pen which Is usually a .38
caliber weapon, officers said.
The bullet that hit Stephen-
son apparently came from a .32
caliber gun.
Chief Baker said he "under-
stood" Mrs. Stephenson and her
daughter were being brought
here to determine if the boy be-
ing held is the one. Baker said
the youth was not from the
Stuart area.
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193 Civilian AA Gunners
Will Graduate Tomorrow
ANTS
ALL KINDS
For the first time since the An-
tiaircraft Civilian Auxiliary Pro-
gram (AACAP) began. Army au-
thorities are asking the civilian
gunners to provide their own
transportation when they pro-
ceed to the Balboa Theater to-
morrow at 8:00 a.m. for gradua-
tion ceremonies.
AACAP Headquarters has also
asked that the graduates return
their uniforms and name plate
holders at that time.
The AACAPers will receive
their diplomas from Brig. Gen.
Francis A. March. Chief of Staff
USARCARIB.
The names of the 193 graduates
are: Adams. Natalie C: Allen,
Walter J.; Allen. William B.;
Alexander. Beatina M.; Ander-
son. Grace M.; Anderson. Robert
L.; Armlstead. Murrel C.; Bab-
bitt. Woodford M.: Baile. Doro-
thy L.; Barrett, Gloria M.; Bates,
Betty; Bates, George W.; Bell,
Helen; Bell. Lee R.; Bender,
Mirt; Benny, William L.; Booth.
Kenneth R.A.: Boukalls, James
P.; Boyer, Stuart H.; Brandl.
Margaret E.; Breneney Thomas
J.; Brown, Bernard J.; Brown,
Robert H.; Burns, Joseph M.;
Callaway, Lawrence C. J.: Carrl-
ker, Martha M.; Chan, Doris C.
Y.; Chlsholm, Benjamin 8.;
Chisholm, Helen; Christian. Vir-
ginia K.; Clegweld. Francis A.;
ford, Helen B.. Cslghy, Margaret
Coppenhaver, John C; Craw-
L.; Daniel, Ruth D.; Daniels. Al-
bert F.; Daniels Robert D.; De-
mers, Rosalie A.; Dietz. Irene M.;
Dillon. John T.: Dobson. William
E.; Doron, James R.: Dowllng.
Garland F.; Dudak. John J.:
Duvall. Robert A.; Duvall. Wil-
lie Marie; Eady, Milton A.; Eg-
linton. E.J.; EnRelke. Constance
G.; Engelke. Robert A.: Esplau,
Mary Maria; Esplau. Fernand;
Everson. John A.; Farlow, Ever-
ett L.; Feist, George E.; Folies,
Clarence L.; Frauenheim. Ker-
ner E.; Gardner, Evelyn C.; Gill,
Nina J.; Graham, Roy E.;
Greenwod. Fred O.; Gregory,
Fletcher R.; Gregory. Patricia
B.; Hannigan, Dorothv: Hanson,
J. Arthur; Hardle. William D.;
Hare. John W.; Harness, William
T.; Harper. Richard H.; Hawk.
Murrv D.; Heldenrelch. Agnes
G.; Heldenrelch. Theodore J.;
Hellmund. Russel E.; Hennlng,
Gerry B.; Henry, SaFalr L.;
Hern. John F.; Hlnz. Charles F.;
Hoffman, Carl P.; Howell, Clar-
ence D.; Huff, Antoinette, Hum-
mer. Charles W.; Hummer Jo-
seph L.; Hummer, Kathryn O.J
Hunt, Rose; Husted, Louis C;
Jacks, Thomas A.; Jackson,
Charles T. Jr.; Jenkins. Thomas
A.: Johnston, DouglasS.; Jones,
Arthur F.; Jones. Louise L.; Kel-
lar, Gayl; Kenealy, Patricia E.;
Kennedv. John J. I Kennedy, Pa-
trick; Kersh. DeWight M.: Kin- .
tigh. Doris .R.; Klumpp. Charles
R.; Konoplnskl. Elmer; Lampee, |
John B.; Lattlmore. Alberta P.;
Lee. Beatrice E.; Lee. Fred H.; j
Lee. Henry H. Jr.;
Lindsav. Walter R.; Long. Da-
vid H.; Lowe. Ellis J.: Lowry,
Robert; Malone. Bettv Lu; Mat-
thews. Mary Alice; Marrum. Gil-
bert M ; McConaghy. John J.;
McConnell.David D.; McConnell.
Hobart D.: McConnell. Ronald
J.: McElhone. Henry. McGowln,
William D ; McMahon. Mildred
A.; McNall. Dorothea F.; McNe-
vln, Elizabeth Withers; Mecas-
key. Madge L ; Melbye. Helen
M.; Miller, Eleonor D.: Millett,
Rosetta G.; Minor. Helen N.;
Mock. Bettv E.; Monaco. P.P.;
Morales, John A.: Murray. Rich-
ard D.; Myers, DeWltt D.; My-
ers, James W.; Myers. Jasper L.;
Napoleon. Gladys E.: Naughton,
Frank D.; Orsinl. Antonio; Oue-
lette, Oscar E.; Pace. Loretta M.:
Pace. Louis M.: Parker. Gerald
O.; Parker. Mary D.: Pedersen,
Hans P.: Peglar. Richard: Pier-
son, Florence M.: Powell, Bron-
son; Randle, Ralph R.; Ray-
mond, Harry D.; Ridge. John E.
Jr.; Ridge, Robert L.; Rlggs.
James W.; Roberto. Gertrude M.;
Romeo. Michael A.; Rose. Will-
iam J.; Ryblcki, Frank A.;
Sandier, Beulah W.; Sandford,
George H.; Sawyer, James F.;
Schmidt. Francis D.;
8cott. Edward. Schrlftglesser.
Lorraine. Sebastian. Leon;'Sha-
piro. Samuel: Slmms, Charles A.;
Smith. HuBh B.; Snavely. Luke
J.; Spreadbury, Margaret A.;
Stfohenson, Georgina; Stark.
Walter Arthur Straus. Ruth L.;
Taylor, William H.; Thompson,
James M.; Townsend, Wesley H.;
Trcadwell. Muriel C; Trout.
Earl E.; Trower. Randolph N.;
Tutcher. Bobble R.; Walbrldge.
Gordon E.; Walker. Helen D.;
Walker, Melvln E.; Wallace.
Stuart; Walling, Howard E.;
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David: Wlggin, Margaret F.;
Wlnklosky. John E.; Wise. Rus-
sel. T.; Withers. Josephine P.;
Wood. William G.; Wright. Geo.
C; Young. William F.. Zelsman.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILS NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY, AUGUST SI, 1151
Dodgers Increase N.L. Margin To 7 Games
!l
PntUnr out little word attor another and whatever became
of fireman Jim Konatanty? There must be somethlnr about relief
pitchinr that spawns inconsistency. Joe Pare could never put two
wtnnlnr seasons together aa a Yankee. An earlier counterpart,
Wiley Moore, worked in M garnet for the Yankees of 1827, won
19 and lost 7. Next season in 35 fames ha wa 4 and 4. Konatanty
is 4 and 11 in 5! with the Phillies this season and la obviously
one of the reasons the champions aren't even making It close.
The undertaker who used to straighten him out is now ready to
lay him out.
Norman (Red) Strader is readying up a suit for $30,000 salary
and $1600 expenses to throw at Ted Collins, owner ot the N. Y.
iootball Yankees. I have verified the fantastic report that Collins,
who made a mint out of Kate Smith in radio, offered Strader
a contract absolving the dub of financial responsibility in case
the coach dropped dead. And this is the gentleman who boasted
in a national magazine of the vast sums he's lost as a sports
promoter, a boast which revealed his Incompetence rather than
his sportsmanship I'm afraid.
Unlike Owney Madden and mobsters of another period who
alwavs had front-row seats, Frank < ostello rated no better than
the second row at the Maxim-Murphy fight. SOU he rated as we
as our distinguished Mayor who also found himself in the second
rowthe same row, incidentally, in which Costello sat. Evidently
Costellu is more socially acceptable than Madden who was teased
out on his ear the last time he tried to see a fight here. They
practically roll ont the red carpet for Costello at the Garden.
Those in the know are wondering; when the basketball fbt
headlines are going to feature a well-known coach with a solt
Southern drawl. The first actual petting establishes Ray Robinson
12-5 favorite over Randy Turpln. At ringside the price is likely to
bo 5 to 1 against the Englishman. Sir Arthur Elvln, British dog
track tycoon, is urging Jack Kearns to fetch Joey Maxim to Lon-
don to meet the Empire's light heavyweight champion, Don
cockell. "I'll better any price you can get here," Elvln s cable
promised. This would Indicate that Jack Solomons, who is loosely
identified as the Tex Rlckard of England, does not have the ilstic
field, to himself. ,
Coach Red Blaik will send bis decimated West Point forces
through their first practice this week. Army's opener is with
Ohio Wesleyan Sept. 28. Then follow ViUanova, Northwestern,
Dartmouth, Harvard, Columbia, Southern California, Citadel,
Pennsylvania and Navy. If Blaik can win four after leelng vir-
tually his entire squad In the cribbing seandal he'll be the Coach
of the Year. As a guess he may be able to handle Ohio Wesleyan,
Dartmouth and Harvard. Normally ViUanova eould bo listed as
a sure thing but not this Ume. ViUanova was overpowering in
a spring game against Navy.

Here's the latest dope on the club owners search for a base-
ball commissioner. They are no closer to a solution than they
were last December when they first repudiated Chandler. The five
prospects who survived the recent pruning process here are Gen.
Douglas MacArthur, Jim Farley. Gov. Frank Lauache of Ohio,
Warren Giles and Ford FTlck. The Impression that the owners
are restricted to these five Is erroneous. The field Is still wide
open. Any owner with a new man may nominate him at the
next meeting, set for Septehber 20 in- Chicago. For the record, at
the recent meeting here Giles led with 11 votes, foUowed by
Frlck with . Twelve are necessary *o elect.

Two prospects for the commissioner's job have indicated they
aren't in the market. Gen. Maxwell Taylor and Gen. Boey O'-
Donnell. There is considerable favorite-son activity. This explains
Lausche's position. John Galbreath, Pittsburgh owner and civle-
minded Ohioan, is backing Laesche. My information Is that Mac.
Arthur isn't interested bat his name was kept in at the insist-
ence of Lou Perinl, owner of the Braves. The three New York
owners would go for either Frlck or Farley. The latter has been
able to n lister surprisingly little support in the aggregate totals,
by the way. Unless Giles can pick up the one vote he needs the
Chicago meeting wiU probably result in another stalemate. Ac-
tually the owners feel there is no urgency. They'd just as soon
wait until the December joint meeting. It's a fair bet they will,
too.

The trouble with the Dodgers seems to be they won the pen-
nant two months too soon. Medicine science has yet to Invent
a wonder drug that equals the morning pick-me-up. At 89, Lon-
nie Stagg is getting ready for another football season, apparently
convinced the game has come to stay. This is the time of the year
Junior starts wondering where he put the football. The Giants
may not rai&e the pennant but they have raised the cardiac rate
noticeably. Of course, if Mr. Truman does run it will help if
Arcaro is up.
Saturday's
Program
lit Race "F-2" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: 275.00Pool Closes 12:46
First Race of the Doubles
1Don Catalino J. Phillips 120
B. Moreno 115
B. Aguirre 114
K. Flores 118
V. Ortega 122
E. 811 vera 115
7H. es el Dla D. D'Andrea U2
8Pregonero G. Orael 120
9Miranda 3- Avila 120
1Conde
3Canaveral
4*Fonseca
5Don Sizzle
6Avivato
2nd Raee "F-" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: 275.00 Pool Closes 1:15
Second Raee of the Doubles
1Callejera C. Chavea 113x
2Bfalo J. Baeaa, Jr. 109x
3Jota Jota G. Crux 113
4Aqui Estoy A. Mena 115
5Tapsy J. Phillips 110
3rd Race "F-2" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: J275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
One-Two
1Brochaclto M. Hurley 117
2Cafetal
3Cosa Linda
4Vlllarreal
5Carbonero
V. Ortega 112
A. Mena 112
J. Cadogen 118
G. Ramos H6x
4th Race "G" Natives t Fgs.
Pone: 3250.00 Pool Closes 2:20
Quiniela
1Almirante A. Basan 113
2La Negra G. Ramos 104x
3Diana O. Chant 110
4Diez de Mayo J. Cadogen 115
5Componedor A. Vergara 109x
6Con Valor II V. Arauz 110
7Baron J. Rodrguez 118
8Monteverde A. Mena 109
9Piropo G. Cruz 107
5th Race "H" Imported6'i Fgs.
Pune: 3400.00 Pool Closes 2:55
1Doa Elelda M. Hurley 118
2Prestigio) K. Flores 114
3Piragua R. Gomez 114
4Belfarset B. Moreno 120
5Incomparable A. Bazan 120
6Batt. Cloud B. Agulrre 112
6th Race "1-2" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: S376.M Pool Closes 3:35
First Race of the Doubles
1Zevelanla D. D'Andrea 110
2Costina
3Charles S.
4Ranchopaja
5Cotillon
8Kildare
7Tartufo
8Terry J.
E. Darlo 111
A. Mena 113
A. Soto 118
R. Gomez 117
G. Crua 111
J. Ruiz 111
J. Avila 120
7th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: 3450.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Beduino E. Silvera 108
2Delhi J. Samaniego 120
3Pincel K. Flores 115
4Tamesls II B. Aguirre 110
6Levadura V. Arauz 114
eFrutal D. D'Andrea 120
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8th Race "1-2" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $375.00 Pool Closes 4:40
Quiniela
1Mete Bulla R. Gomez 120
2Gold Cylle J. Ruiz 114
3Glory's Ace M. Hurley 117
4Tupac M. Zeballos 120
5Beach Sun V. Rodriguez lllx
8rabe E. Silvera 112
7Hanna A. Soto 120
8 Yorgo K. Flores 110
9Alfonsito O. Chanls 120
Athletics Top Indians
While Bosox Triumph
By United Prtss
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 The Dodgers built up a cush-
ion for their weekend series with the Giants by defeating
the Reds 3-1 last night to increase their lead to seven
games in the National League.
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
The New York Glats, mean-
while, dropped a home run bat-
tle to the Pittsburgh Pirates. 10-
9, at the Polo Grounds. In other
National League games the Bos-
ton Braves massacred the Chica-
go Cuba, 16-2, and the St. Louis
Cardinals topped the Philadel-
phia Phillies. 6-3.
Major league pacesetter Ralph
Klner hit his 37th roundtrlpper
in the ninth Inning to give the
Pirates their margin over the
New Yorkers, moving them from
eighth to sixth place In the
standings.
The Giants were ahead at
one time, 8-1, as Willie Mays
paced them with two homers.
BUI Rlgney also got a circuit
blow for the Giants. Rookie
Frank Thomas, Gus Bell and
Pete Castiglione clouted tho
other Pirate four-bagger.
The Cardinals broke through
against rookie Nlles Jordan for
four runs in the fourth inning
and moved on to a victory that
put them in fourth placa ahead
of the Phlla.
A double by Billy Johnson was
the big blow for St. Louis in a
big Inning as Al Brazle, with re-
lief help from Harry Brecheen,.
won his fourth game.
The Braves wound up their
home stand with 14 victories in
18 games by pounding out 13 hits
for Jim Wilson who won his third
straight game. Sam Jethroe and
Wilson each made three hits and
Earl Torgeson drove In four runs.
AMERICAN LEAGUE
The Philadelphia Athletics up-
set the Cleveland Indians and
knocked them out of their first
place tie with the New York Yan-
kees by winning two of three
James in their series8-2yes-
erday as lefty Morris Martin
pitched steady eight-hit ball.
It was the third time this year
that the lowly Athletics had
knocked a team out of first place.
They did it earlier to the Chica-
go White Sox and Yankees.
Martin, winning his tenth
game, topped Bobby Feller who
was once again in quest of his
5Silver Fox
6Lituana
A. Mena HI
J. Phillips 112
11th Race "G" Imported7 Fgs.
Purse: $450.00
1Hechizo G. Sanchez 116
2Sun Cheer V. Rodriguez 105x
3Guarlna M. Hurley 120
4Miss Cristina A. Mena 110
5Betn A. Bazan 118
21st victory. Ferris Fain, the A s
first baseman who Is back in the
lineup after recovering from an
ankle Injury and Is In hot quest
of the American League batting
title, led his team with two runs
batted in.
The Indians, who were shut out
on the previous day, got a home
run out of Bob Kennedy who also
got the only tally in the opening
victory over the Athletics with a
homer In the 1-0 decision. But
Kennedy became the goat of the
game by dropping a fly ball for
an error that let three runs come
home.
The Yankees now lead the
Indians by a ffalf game and al-
so have nothing to worry about
with an open date today whUe
the Indians play the St. Louis
Browns in a nlgbt game.
The Boston Red Sox moved to
within four games of the skid-
ding Indians and four and one-
half of the leading Yankees as
Ellis Kinder pitched one-hit
scoreless relief Sail for four In-
nings jind his mates exploded
late. Chuck Stobbs received credit
for his ninth victory on Kinder's
salvage Job.
Boston went in front 4-2 with
two runs In the fifth and added
six more runsfour In the ninth
as the ailing Bobby Doerr sup-
plied a homer, double and run
scoring fly to set the hltUng tem-
po. The Red Sox made 14 safe
blows.
USLTA Keeps Close
Tabs On National
Singles Tournament
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 (UP)
The United States Lawn Tennis
Association will be keeping par-
ticularly close tabs on what goes
on l the National Singles now
under way at Forest Hills. New
York. The officials know they
may have to dig up a Davis Cup
replacement for Tony Trabert.
The 21-year-old University of
Cincinnati basketball star has re-
ceived orders to report at Bain-
bridge, Maryland, Naval Station
on Sept. 24.
"It will be a blow If we lose
Tony," says Davis Cup Captain
Frank Shields. "But that's part
of the game these days. You can
be sure we'll be scouting plenty
this week looking for a possible
replacement.
9th Race "H- Imported6"2 Fgs.
Purse: S400.00 Pool Closes 5:15
One-Two
1Nijlnsky O. Cruz 120
2Miss Fairfax B. Aguirre 113
3Scotch Chum A. Mena 108
4La Chata G. Sanchez 120
5Cantaclaro V. Ortega 114
6Baby Betty T. Medrano 106
10th Race 'H' Imported6'i Fgs.
Parse: S400.00 Pool Closes 5:40
1Rondlnella V. CastUlo 120
2Suavo B. Aguirre 114
3Lacnico) M. Hurley 110
4El Mago) T. Medrano 109
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still going strong
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Boston ... 38 SI .896 4V4
Chicago. .
Detroit ... 88
88 .543 11
61 .485 21
Washington IS 71 .414 18
Philadelphia 53 77 .488 28V4
St. Louis . St 86 .304 MM
Caribe, Powells Tied For
First In Atlantic League
STANDINGS
TEAMS Won Lost Pet.
Powells......
Caribe.......
Westinghouse ..
963rd D Battery
Coco Solo.......
Junior Varsity.,
2
2
I
4
4
6
.714
.714
.667
.436
.333
.143
Today's Games
Chicago at Detroit (N).
St. Louis at Cleveland (N).
Only Game* Scheduled.
Yesterday's Results
Boston 010 121 01410 14 1
Detroit 200 002 000 4 6 3
Stobbs (9-8), Kinder and Ros-
ar; Gray (4-13), Bearden, White,
Borowy and Swift, House.
Phlladelp'a 024 000 0006 8 0
Cleveland 000 010 0102 8 3
Martin (10-4), Schelb and Tip-
ton; Feller (20-7). Gromek, Bris-
sle and Tebbett.
Only games scheduled.
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn It 45 .648
New York. 78 53 .589 7
Boston ... 4 61 .511 17
St. Louis 1 62 .496 19
Philadelphia 63 66 .488 20
Pittsburgh 55 74 .416 18
Cincinnati 64 74 .412 28!i
Chicago. . 53 73 .421 S8'-..
Today's Games
OPEN DATE.
Yesterday s Results
Pittsburgh 010 006 02110 15 1
New York 021 410 010 9 11 1
Friend, Law, Dlckson (18-12)
and McCullough; Spencer, Jones,
Koslo, Jansen (17-10) and Yvars,
Noble.
NIGHT GAMES
Chicago............ 2
Boston ............. 16
Cincinnati............ 1
Brooklyn............ 3
St. Louis............ 6
Philadelphia.......... 3
SPARTAN SPARK
EAST LANSING. Mich. (NEA)
Football Captain-elect Bob
Carey of Michigan State received
45 passes for 791 yards and two
school records In his first two
varsity years.
2),
Be
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In the first game Caribe easily
downed Junior Varsity to move
into a first place tie with the
leading Powells team. Caribe led
by the score of 30 to 8 at the half
and finally won over the younger
boys by the score of 53 to 33 after
the junior Varsity had outscored
Caribe in the second half, 23 to
23. For Caribe It was Bob Gibson
with 11 points and for Junior
Varsity It was Peltynovtch with
11.
Between the halves of the first
game the make-up quarter be-
tween Powells and 903rd was
completed. Trailing by three
points going Into the final quar-
ter Powells outscored 903rd 17 to
12 In that final period to win the
ball game by two points, 52 to 50.
In the regular game of the eve-
ning between Powells and 903rd,
903rd defeated a shaky and un-
cllcklng Powells team by the
score of 45 to 39. Powells led until
the third quarter when 903rd
pulled ahead by seven points.
903rd held the seven-point lead
throughout the final quarter to
win the ball game by six points.
For the winning team it was Wil-
liams doing most of the scoring
for 903rd as he racked up 19
points while for the unsuccessful
Powells It was Manning with 11.
As there Is but about three
!:ames to be played by each club
t still remains a mystery who
will be the successful and lucky
winner of the beautiful 39-lnch
trophy Bbnated by Universal
Sport to tht final winner of the
league.
Box scores of the games;
FIRST GAME
Caribe
Simons........
HaU..........
Gibson........
Hooper.......,
Moser.........
Hlghley........
Moore
Pescod........ 1
FG FT TP
3 0 6
0
1
I
0
1
0
0
5
5
1
5
2
1
10
11
2
10
6
2
2
Totals.........26
53
Juan Franco Tips
BY "CLOCKER"
1Don Sizzle Don Catalino
2Bfalo Tapsy
3Brochaclto Vlllarreal
4Almirante Diez de Mayo
5Doa Eletda (e) Batt. Cloud
6Ranchopaja Charles S.
7pincel Delhi
8Mete Bulla Alfonsito
9Nijinsky Miss Fairfax
10Lituana Lacnico (e)
11Miss Cristina Hechizo
ONE BESTLituana.
JV'
FG FT TP
Peltynovlch..... 5 1 11
Roberts........ 0 1 l
Egolf.......... 1 0 2
Hatgt.......... 3 0 6
T. Salter....... 3 0 6
Edmounds...... 1 O 2
R. Baiter....... 0 1 1
Tagaropulos..... 0 1 1
Palumbo....... 0 1 1
Rlnehart....... 1 0 2
Totals......... 14 ~6 33
SECOND GAME
903rd FG FT TP
Kraft......... 1 2 4
Tlshuk........ 3 1 7
Trueblood...... 2 1 3
Williams....... 7 5 19
Gonilez....... 4 2 10
Woods........ 0 0 0
Wachtel....... 0 O 0
Zurbruegg...... 0 0 0
Lambert........ 0 0 0
Totals......... 17 11 45
Powells FG FT TP
N. Gibson...... 1 1 S
Brady......... 5
Anderson ...... 1
Wilson........ O
Manning....... 4
Bailey......... 2
Allgaier........ 1
Bryant........ 0
Simons ,,...,,, 8
10
2
0
11
4
2
0
7
Totals. ., ,, .... 17
39
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our patrons we are now
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4th and 8th RACES
SATURDAYS STELLAR RACE
7th Race "G" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: $450.00 Pool Close: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
7. BEDUINO................E. Silvera 106
2. DELHI................J. Samaniego 120
3. PINCEL..................K. Flores 115
4. TAMESIS II..............B. Aguirre 110
5. LEVADURA...............V. Ara* 114
6. FRUTAL...............D. D'Andrea 120
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5th Race "C" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.
1. PARAGON.............J. Samaniego 113
2. SILVER DOMINO..........B. Aguirre 116
3. RIDING EAST............E. Silvera 106
4. CHACABVCO..............K. Flores 111


7th Race "D" Importeds 1 Mile
Purse: $600.00 Pool Closes: 4:05 p.m.
SECOND RACE OF DOUBLES
1. CHERIBERIB1N.........V. Rodrigue* 117x
2. CARMELA II..............E. Daro 102
3. WILD WIRE.............J. Baeaa Jr. 107x
4. (AVENUE ROAD...........V. Ortega 120
5. (GAYWOOD................A. Mena 112
6. MILROS.................O. ChanU 110
7. CIPAYO..................E. Alfaro 112x

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FRIDAY. AUGUST SI. 1951
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
Atlantic Side Invitational Gets
PAGE PTO
Tomorrow
Official Film Of 1950
All-American Tournament
To Be Shown Monday p.m.
_ w
One hundred and five Atlantic Side golfers hare
far entered their names for the Chrysler-Plymouth In-
TiUtional Tournament which sets under way Saturday at
Brazos Brook. This number will no doubt be increased
as entries can be made up to Sunday afternoon.
The response to this tournament is unprecedented in
the history of Atlantic Side coif and, of course, it is
understandable when, as previously announced, every
entry is guaranteed a prise in addition to the principal
prises consisting of fourteen pieces of handsome silver
ware now on display at the Brazos Brook Clubhouse.
Furthermore there are cash credits to be won in the
amount of $175.00 which are expendable at Powell's Ga- .
rage In Colon and which are transferable. Finally there
will be twenty spot prises.
An added attraction to the first week-end of this
Tournament has been assured by Joe Brbaro, Brasos
Brook pro. Joe requested the United States Professional
Golf Association to send him the official film of the 1950
All American and World championships which had a to-
tal purse for the prise winners amounting to $50.000.00.
The film will be shown at the Brazos Brook Club-
house on Monday, Labor Day, at 7 p.m. It will take
about 45 minutes to run-off and everybody is welcome to
come out and see It Irrespective of being a member of
the Club or not. This Is the first time that the film has
been exhibited on the Isthmus so make it a date for
Monday evening and see the World's best golfers on the
screen.
Atlantic Basketball League
Now In Three Way Deadlock
,
<#
'
TEAMS Won lost Pet.
Powells.. '...... 5
Caribe........ 5
Westinghouse .... 5
903rd Battery .... 3
Coco Solo...... 2
Junior Varsity.. .. 8
.714
.714
.714
.375
.286
.350
In the opener Junior Varsity
teamed up to defeat 903rd in a
well played ball game by the score
of 53 to 43. At the half Junior
Varsity held a five-point lead and
kept It until the final quarter
when the ylncreased It to a final
10-polnt advantage. Both victo-
ries of Junior Varsity In the sec-
ond half have been at the hands
of 903rd who suffered their fifth
loss of the half after defeating
Powells the night be fere. Pelty-
novlch scored 18 for JVs while
Tlshuk dumped in 13 for "D"
Battery.
In the second game Westing-
house moved into a first place
tie along with Powells and Carl-
be by downing Coco Solo 71 to 54.
Westinghouse s c o i e d enough
points In the first quarter to take
full command of the game. From
the s?cond quarter on both teams
cored the same number of
po'..i,s.
toco Solo, playing with only
five men. finally settled down to
play eve nball the remainder of
the game. Chambers was high
polr.t man for the victorious
Westinghouse with 21 points and,
for Coco Solo it was Hosfeit with
17 to hts credit.
Eox scores of the games:
Junior Varsity FG FT TP
Peltynovich..... 8 2 18
E~oh".......... 5 2 12
Hatgi.......... 0 0 0
T. Salter....... 4 0 8
Rinehart........ 3 0 8
Roberts........ 0 0 0
R. Salter....... 1 0 2
Didler......... 0 0 0
Palumbo....... 1 5 7
Westinghouse FG FT TP
F. Tom........ Cells......... P. Magda'eno. C. Magdaieno. 3 9 1 3 2 3 2 4 2 29 FG 4 7 7 2 2 l 3 1 2 0 0 2 3 1 13 FT 5 1 3 1 0 7 21 3 8 4 8 8 11
Ros.......... ft
71
Coco Solo Kelllrud.. .^ .. TP 13 15 17 >
Cantrell........ 4
Totals......... 22 10 54
TONIGHT'S GAMES
1 Westinghouse 2Coco Solo vs. vs. Powells. Caribe.
Army Team Cops
Inter-Service
Tennis Doubles
The Army team of Lt. Col. Wel-
don Laiche and Capt. Herbert
Keith became the 1951 Inter-
Service Tennis Doubles cham-
pions of the Panam area as they
beat the Air Force combination
of 1st Lt. Claude Luke and M-Sgt.
John Tully, 6-4. 6-4, 6-4. 6-2, at
the Amador courts Wednesday
morning. ,
Laiche who lost to Luke in the
singles finals last week, domin-
ated the doubles match with his
steady and well-paced service
and with frequent placements
which caught the newly formed
term of Luke and Tully at cross
purposes.
tirst set: From 4-8.11, Laiche
held for 5-4 and Tully dropped
his service for the set, 6-4.
Second set: Service was held to
4-3, Army. Tullv. Keith and Luke
were broken successively, Army,
6-4.
Third set: AF took its first lead
as Laiche was broken. Luke,
Keith and Tully held. Air Force,
3-1. Laiche and Luke held, 4-2.
Keith and Tully both broken,
5-3. Laiche won his service at love
to bring Army up to 5-4 but Luke
held with the loss of only one
point. Air Force, 6-4.
Fourth set: Laiche alone held
his service twice In five games,
for a 4-1 lead. Luke won a deuc-
Gifts for every member of the family
AT TAHITI
?i!d R,SEiSS5HRfcrTr'C,l.-C0,tumMt1,k,JBver,y Baker' too-short skirt and too-tight tp,
IKll,? "cepsnUeswce barred from the national women's singles at Forest Hills
PresidentRusse^ll B. Kingman of the United States Lawn Tennis Association insist, upon more
iwie, witn emphasis on competition, instead of questionable fashion displays. (NEA)
left,,
N.Y.
good,
Two U.S.A. Basketball Teams
Start Tour Of South America
Two famed professional bas- b Pan American World Alrwavs
hctball teams, the New York1 ;.h their f.rst appearance In Rio
ed game, 4-2, but Keith held for i Broadway Clowns and the Amer- Janeiro Saturday night tSep-
5-2. In the last game Laiche's I can All-Stars, are making an1 mber n.
first return was out for 15-0, a eJght-v.ceS Latin American tour I The group of 24 players coach-
high return by Kelt hwas outed "
by Tully for 15-all, and Keith
forced an out by Luke for 15-30.
Luke tied it at 30-all with a
smash but Laiche returned the
compliment. Tully doublefaulted,
for game and sot, 6-2.
Totals.........22
9 53
903rd "D"
Tishuk......
Trueblood...... 3
Kraft......... 4
Woods......... 2
Gonzlez....... 3
Zurbruegg...... u
Wachtel....... i
Lambert....... o
FG FT TP
4 5 13
1
1
(I
s
Q
()
0
Totals.........17 9 43
45th Volleyball
Loop Scheduled
To Open Sept. 10
The 45th Reconnaissance Bat-
talion Volleyball League tourna-
ment will begin Sept. 10. accord-
ing to an announcement'made at
Headquarters, 45th Reconnaiss
sanee Battalion, today.
The league will be a sinrtte
round robin, with teams playing
each other once during the
league schedule, and the cham-
pionship of the volleyball league
will be determined by a plajtoff
between the top four league
teams at the conclusion of the
league schedule.
Matches will be played on Mon-
day, Wednesday and Frldav aft-,
ernoons beginning at 4:30, "in the
battalion quadrangle.
Units represented in the loop
are: Headquarters, Headquarters
Service Company, Companies A,
B, C, D. 37th Engineer Combat
Company. 549th Military Police
Company and Headquarters, Pac-
ific Sector.
1)0Htbe,/are
ASK FOR
Tennis Doubles
Tourney Play
Set For Sunday
Play in the Spaldlng Cup Dou-
bles Tournament will oe resumed
at the Panam Olympic Tennis
Courts Sunday morning with two
Interesting matches.
One of the matches Is a semi-
final encounter between the fav-
ored Lt. Claude Luke-George
Motta team and Webb Hearn-
Capt. Jim Hampton.
The other match will be be-
tween BUI Hele-Jullo Plnilla and
Casper Omphroy, Jr.-Earl Omph-
roy. This latter match is slated to
start at 8 a.m. with the featured
semifinal set for 9 a.m.
The winner of the Hele-Pinllla
vs. Omphroy brothers clash will
meet the Willis-Angel Delvalle
duo some time next week In the
other semifinal match.
The finals are scheduled to be
played Sunday, Sept. 9.
Play during this week was tem-
porarily halted while the Nation-
al Tennis Board decided whether
to await the return of one of the
Omphroy brotherswHo was
away on businessof to forfeit
their scheduled match. The board
ruled in favor of waiting.
Table Tennis Stars
Hold Exhibition At
Tropical Club Today
Topflight table tennis players
of the Pacific and Atlantic sides
will stage an exhibition tonight
at the Club Tropical In Colon.
George Carty. Cristobal labor-
atory technician who won the
Isthmian Table Tennis Cham-
pionship last month, will be
among the stars taking part In
the exhibition. John Hall, the
runner-up champ, will aso form
the Atlantic side team which will
consist of nine players.
From the Pacific side will be a
squad comprised of Arthur Jo-
seph, former Jamaica champ and
Pacific side sectional champion,
William Stephenson. Stanley
Hall, Wesley Jones, Geo. Gran-
num, Fabian Valentine of the
Istmeo Table Tennis Club, and
Sgt. Joseph Lockman, VS. Army
titleholder.
Bill Meiiiman Wins Rifle
Shoot With His Little .22;
Registered 30-06 Mateh Set
Bill Merrlman of the Albrook-Curundu Oun Club took his turn
in confounding the wildcat caliber boys, when he won this week's
any rifle any sight match at Far Fan with his little .22 Long
Hiiic target Job. Bill's score of 188 out of 195 was not exceptional,
but all the rifle shooters seemed to be a lltt'e rusty after their
recent competitive lay-off, and 188 was good enough to win.
In second place and firing a 30-06 to further lower the boom
on the wildcatters was J. V. Bailey with 186, ollowed by Clayton
Breckon also firing the big bore with 185. All three of the top
contestants are Master Sergeants. If that Is any consolation to
the also rans.
Lt. Earl Foster and Bill Jaffray were tied with 183, with Fos-
ter taking fourth place on a higher "V" count. Foster fired a 30-
0, and Jaffray a .22 target Job. as the smallbores and big bores
succeeded in completely freezing ihe wildcats i_ut of the first five
places.
As a matter of fact since the only wildcat caliber that showed
up was Archie Turner with a Reni. .222. lt muat In all honesty be
pointed out that he also beat lots of small bores and big bores,
theieby, no doubt, holding his own.
The first annual Canal "Zone Registered Big Bore Rifle match
to be fired in the Canal Zone is scheduled to take place on Sunday,
September 16th; the location not definitely decided as yet. This
is the local shooters chance to get \helr scores compared with
those fired Stateside. Police Chief Major Oeorge Herman has agreed
to act as Executive Officer for this match, and N. E. "Tuffy" Dill-
man has been chosen by the National Rifle Association to act as
Official Referee. Other Officers are still to be named, and as addi-
tional Information on this match becomes available lt will be pub-
lished here.
Individual scores In this week's wildcat match were as follows:
Competitor Cluh Caliber
M Kgl. BUI Merrlman. Albrook-Curundu .221. R.
I Set. J. V. Ball*)'................Balboa .M-ai
M Sgt. C R Breckon...............Balboa JS-M
LI T.. D. Foster,..................Balboa .....M
Hill tana../....................Alb-Cur .2iL.lt.
Lt. J. D Coim>elm.in..............Marinea .30-06
At Jo>ct.............................Balboa .30-0(1
Airhle Tamer......................Balboa Bern. 222
Taul Anderson,.....................Balboa .10-SS
Bill Jaffray.......................Alb-Cur .31-M
C. K Breckon,.....................Balboa MI3a-M
K D. Faster........................Balboa .Ml30-ii
Aichle Turner......................Balboa .22 L. R
John MrCiure.............. ......Marines JS-M
Rill Merrlman.....................Alb-Cur 30-N
V. I. Thamali*....................Marines Je.ea
(liff Brewster....................Alb-Cur .I2L. R.
Jimmy Weeks,....................Maria .30-a
I'lifl Brewster,...................Alb-Cur 31-M
\ R Worshman..................Alb-Cur .30-M
Kr In F. Srlirunk..................Marine .30-M
Rudolph Kuhlak...................Marines .31-M
Ernest M. Dale,..................r. -Balboa .22 L. R.
I'.rnest M. Dale,.....................Balboa -TO-M
Slow Rapid Total
K 133 188
M i in 18U
57 12 in:.
M 125 183
.-,.; m 183
J! 128 181
:,i m 181
4!' IJU IT
i; in, i;s
:,i in 178
y. i-':i ITS
M 121 177
M III 178
51 121 175
:,:, l-'ii 175
M 123 in
4S IIS 188
R III 167
SI lltl IN
:,i IN inn
41. 1M 158
44 M 1*2
til "ii 130
.11 1*3 127
es. officials and entertainers who
will perform during the half-
time intermission are leaving
New York Wednesday night (Au-
gust 29. 10 p.m.. Flight 203).
The Clipper makes brief stops
at San Juan, Puerto Rico; Cara-
cas, Venezuela, and Beln, Bra-
711. before reaching Rio at mid-
night Thursday.
Two of the world's tallest bas-
ketball players will be seen in ac-
tion during the exhibition series:
Elmore Morganthaler. seven feet
and Ralph Stewart, seven feet
two Inches.
The Clowns are scheduled for
appearances in nearly every
South American country and
will stop off for games In Pan-
ama and Cuba on their way
home.
A crowd of 30,000 is expected to
see their first game In Rio Sat-
urday night, according to the
Brazilian Confederation of Bas-
ketball which is sponsoring their
visit.
From $ 22.50
Give her the "time" of her
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watch. Wolthom. Gruen and
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$62.50
Sporkling diamond set
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Sef her
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old diamond in o
new mounting of
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The 1951 Antilles Inter-Service
Basketball Tournament will be n -
held at Camp Tortuguero, Puerto KAf 1(6103 lOUMftV
Rico, beginning sept. io, lt m I wmmmmmmm
announced today.
A preliminary meeting for all
coaches, managers and officers in
charge of teams will be held at
the Service Club. Camp Tortu-
guero, on Sept. 10 to make final
arrangements for ihe tourna-
ment which will run through
Sept. 15.
Army Sports
The United States Army Ca-
ribbean (Panam Areai Bowling
Tournament is scheduled to be-
gin Sept. 17, USARCARIB Spe-
cial Services section announced
today.
Major units of the command
33rd Infantry, 65th AAA Group,
5th Reconnaissance Battalion,
04th Field Aitlllery Battalion.
7461 AU Signal, Atlantic Sector.
Post of Corozal, U.S. Army Hos-
pital, Fort Clayton. USARCARIB
Special Troops, and the USAR-
CARIB School will be represent-
ed in the games played at Fort
Kobbe each night at 7:30. Sep-
tember 17 through September 21.
Col. R. H. Douglas, Post Com-
mander, will be tournament host.
Engraved trophies will be pre-
sented to winners of the events
by Lt. Col. H. H. Bevlngton, Chief
of Special Services.
Among the events are: A five-
In a close, hard palyed game
yesterday at Naval Station Rod-
man Gymnasium. Headquarters,
Fifteenth Naval District topped
the Balboa Communications men
in the finals of the Pacific side
Navy Basketball Tournament by
a score of 41 to 39.
Look al the luggage space in a car
so trim uujiidr :ih Us taster'
lo-park Hherlbase.
Headquarters got off to a fast
start In the first half and led at
Intermission, 26 lo 17. The com-
municators bounced back and
tied up the score in the second
half and the game was nip and
tuck down to the last minute of
play.
Harry Hlghtower was top scor-
e rfor the victors with thirteen
polnte followed by Tom Ryan
with seven. Don Hamilton and
Mike Clmlnero led the radiomen
with ten and nine points respec-
tlve.'y.
The first game of the evening
for third place in the Pacific
standings saw Naval Station.
Rodman, trounce ACM-12 by a
score of 58 to 23.
Headquarters, Fifteenth Naval
District will meet the victors of
the Atlantic side tournament in a
three-game playoff to decide the
top Navy squa don the Isthmus.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
FRIDAY. AUGUST 31, 1951
rOR SALE
Hoiiaehold
FC SALE: 25 Cyclt Refrigerotor
Fngidairc, price $75 00. House
97-A, New Cristobal. Phone Cris-
tobol 1846.
FOR SALE
Automobile
Cerne te the NASH AGENCY a*4
tee new car. On Display title
Week-ene*. Oeen Saturday an*
Sunday from 9.00 A. M. t. 10.00
P. M.
FOR SALE:2 reor springs 1947-
1948 with shackles Koiser-Fraier.
$20 00. C. P. Harrison 84-B, Coco
Sol to.
FOR SALE: 1950 Ponhoc No. 8.
Hydramatic, all U. S. accessorial.
Prime condition. 86-1, Coffy St.,
Ft. Kobbe
FOR SALE: New home electric
portable sewing mochme. Excellent
I rend tion Amador Rood. Plonk St.
0834 Telephone Balboo 2-3485
ntfOI SALE 9 cu. ft. Westinohous
refrigerotor, Maytog woshing mu-
ch,ne. elecric clock, electric fon.
oil 25 cycle Good condition, 9
j Venetian Blinds 60 x 52 in. suit-
X ab'e for four family quarters olso i _-_ ... _'
other miscellaneous items. House/0* S*LE:T rj r- 22?
534-B Cocol,. Telephone 4-274. .",,r * 'Cdr,,C',penI'L f*
i________________________________________! Joint Weather Unit Albrook.
.-FOR SALE:Drop leef table 35" xj Phone office 2237, home 7108.
j| 53". 4 choirs $40.00. 557-A. Cu-' -
rundu Heights.
,}FOR SALE:Partition for extra bed-
p rcom, in 4 family. Apt. Call 25-
3674.
FOR SALE:Chevrolet 1949 2 door
De Luxe 10,000 miles, radio, clean
os new. 0428-K, Ancon.
O rea he annaing create**?
Write Akefcelk. A-.n,.
i 2011 Aneen. C. X
You have heard of the Boston Bor.
Now Is the time to drop In. George,
originally at El Rancho, is there
to give you the best of service.
Drinks at half-price Monday and
Thursdoy from 5 p. m. to 7 p.
n Welcome to Army, Novy and
/ Force personnel.
FOR SALE
Miscellanroua
Phillies. Beach cottages, Sonta Clara.
Box 435. Balboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673.
SPIND YOUR LABOR DAY WIIK-
IND IN HAUTIfUL EL VALLE
at the NOTIL PAN-AMIRICANO.
Special Rates Rooms $2.00 per
pt'-.on. Meols a la Carte. Reserva-
tions Tel. Pon: 2-1112.
CASINO SANTA CLARA
Panama's Most Popular Residential
and Recreational Suburbian Develop-
ment. Building Lots at Reasonable
Prices. Overnight cabins at $2.00
person. A lo Carte Restaurant, 7 to
II P. M.
400-DAY < ANNIVERSARY I CLOCKS FOSTER: Cottages for rent by
net in Hnait -. -----* L___ f_ J--. __i ___ t_ ... t_ .
.FOR SALE:1948 model 60 cycle,
refrigerator. Like new $200 00.
Se ot Pedro Miguel House 213-
Apt. B or phone 4439.
FOR SALE: - Complete household FOR SALE -1949 FORD in sp!endld
FOR SALE:1951 Pontioc convert-
ible W S W. radio. All leather up-
holstery, $2.250. Credit or cosh.
Changing for newer cor. Coll 2-
2550. Balboa, business hours. 2
6319 after 4:30 p. m.
furnishings, piano, bomboo chairs,
metal bedroom furniture, rodio and
I record attachment, metal chairs,
rrohoaony desk, mirrors, tables,
loTipt. other items. Reosonob'v
priced. 608-A, Ancon Blvd. 2-
349. upstair.
FOD SALE:Refrigerator. Coldspot.
ft. porcelain, 25 cycle. $60. 779
C. Tavemilla, Balbco.
condition, with radio, clock, nylon
seat covers and 4 extra tires. $1,-
100.00. Hanard. telephone Bal-
boo 3430. 769 Son Pobo Street.
FOR SALE: -1949 Cod.Hoc convert-
puncture proof tubes, radio, heater,
defroster. Twin spotlights reor win-
dow, spare set General W/W tirei
$2.995 00 Call Coco Solo 380 or
wr'te Box 282, Coco Solo.
I FOrc SALE Simmons Studio Couch, FOR SALE 1949 De Luxe Tudor
g'ev topistery, 6 months old Fx-' Chevrolet. Excellent condition. $1.
client condition. Phone 83-6182. 350.00. Cor arrange financing.
...------------------------------- Cristobal 3-1319.
[fFOR SALE:Mohogonv livmgroom ----------------------------- -----------------
set 2 end tobies. ? wool rugs. 1 | FOR SALE Oldsmobile 2-door se- Pl iALE: Singer sewing
lust in time to send home for
Christmas! Eight beautiful models
of ottractive prices! The HUNCH
BAZAAR. COLON.
PHOTOGRAPHERS opportunity to
take photos of notive hut under
construction betide EL HALCN
Photo Shop at entrance to Hotel El
Panami.
FOR SALE:Win derby with com-
plete fishing rig for Marlin and
Soilfish. Priced for quick sole.
Telephone 2-3341. House 0528,
Guayacan, Ancon.
FOR SALE2 Dachshund male pe-
digreed puppies, livingroom set,
class A condition. Tel. 3-4086,
Panama.
FOR SALE Spsciol flight to Hov-
ono Sept. 8 Returning Sept.
13. ROUND TRIP $90.00 Coll
3-3171, Ponamo.
FOR SALE:Electric train. 25 cycle,
with con'.ideroble extra equipment.
House 1505-B Akee Street. tol-
boa. Phone 2-2378.
coffee table, $200 00. 25 cycle!
Norge re'rigerotor, $50. 1940 i
Ford Cupe Good transportation.
don. 1939. tires and car in very
goo't conditifl'. duty poid. $200-
00. Coll Cristobol 3-1571.
$150.00. 1574-B,
Balboa, C. Z.
Gaviln St., _,_
If OR SALE: Piano. Apex weshing
machine, kitchen cobinet and table, ~~
rodio bor. large desk, moll desk,
maM chest of drawers, other house-
hold articles. Phone 2-1604. 0313
Coble Hgts.
FOR SALE:1939 GMC Panel truck
worth your while to see it. 5448-
B, Diablo.
FOR SALE:1951 Mercury 4 Door
Sedan, undercooted, 3,500 miles.
Tel. 83-7203. 2119-A. Cu-
rundu.
foot
mochme. office desk, barber chair,
baby crib, stroller. Phone 916,
Colon.
POP SALE Mahogony Chino closet
4 x 7, cothedrol doors. 5 shelves'
I. $135 00 Venetion blmds, 6 lorge
end 6 smell $100 00. FuM length
rnrror, mohogony frome, $10 00 ; WANTED:Competent, experienced
Sinqer portab'e electric machine, i chauffeurs. Apply Bus Station
WANTED
Miscellaneous
$35. Hanord. te'ephone Balboo
3430. 769 Son Pablo Street
FOR SALE Mahogony vonity dres-
ser. dininQrocm set. bamboo launch.
8045, 9th. St. Apt. 3. Co'on.
American Tronsportotion Service,
West Bonk Novol Station. C. Z.
WANTED: Furnished 2 bedroom
chnlef or opartment for indefinite
period. preferably Bella Vista.
Early September. Phone 3-3453.
FOR SALE:Best offer. Surplus un-
used Firestone 900 x 18, 10 ply
Heovy Duty Tronsoort Tire. Perfect
condition The Texas Co. I Pan-
ama ) Inc.
FOR SALE: Dobcrman pinschers
block-reds. Cristobol 3-1284.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:60 Cycle G F woshing
mochn*, $50 00 CoU Navy 3 I 53 WANTED: Telephon
or 541 c. Locono Bldg D-21. Apt
A or C. ,
Balboa 2870
PSSONS
Lfa'n ballroom dancing of its bt
Professional Instructors. Balboa "Y"
Harn#tt-Dunn.
for cute half Persian kittens. Fret.
WANTED
Automobile*
Modern or d Populor piano playing
taught, rapidly, by Rupert Bennett,
authorized teacher of the Christen-
sen School, Califom.a. Telephone
2-1282.
Singer Featured
Al Balboa Theatre
For 2 Shows
The Clubhouse Division ha
engaged Maria De! Ftey. interna-
tionally known star of atage.
aereen, radio and television, for
2 appearance* at the Balboa
Theater, Saturday. September 1
and Sunoav September 2: both
pe-formances to be presented at
8:35 p.m.
WANTED: Good used light cor.
Slate price, particulars ond condi-
tion. Write Box 143. Balboo.
WANTED:1946 Or 1947 Fcrd or
Plymouth, excellent condition. Coll
Baboo 3648, before 5 "p. m.
La Boca Boy Injured
In Tangle With Bike
A seven-year-old boy. Lloyd
Joalyn Bell, received head lnr
juries yesterday evening when a
bicycle hit him near his house
In La Boca.
The bov had been playing in
the road with a group of other
children, according to a police
repon, when Pedro Wellington,
age 12. also of La Boca, came
riding down the street on his
blcvcle and swerved to keep
from hitting Bell.
But Bell jumped in front
of Wellington's bicycle and .the
Maria Del Rey has been heard I force of the wheel caused him
nightly for the past ihree weeks I to hit his head on the road,
at the wank Hotel El Panama I A witness to the accident said
with her sensational singing and I that the bicycle was not travel-
radiant personality. i ling verv fast and that Bell had
his back to Wellington when he
Besides her own radio and te- was hit.
Itviaion show in San Francisco.! Doctor Daniel O. Hansen
her adopted home. Maria has'treated Bell for a laceration
FOR SALE: Motor boot. 20 foot,
overall equipped for fishing, new
rondiWo:' "6* B-lhoa Yicht Club.
Inquire 752-C. Bolboo Road.
FOR SALE17 Ft "Moose" JohrT-
wn 5 H P motor w'h clutch.
Trnto-t Bill Brooks ot Tarpon or
Elks Club.
FOR SALE
Motorcvele*
day. week or month between Santa
Clara ond Rio Hoto. Tel. 2-3142
or see care toker.
FOR RENT
A part id ft) ts
ALMAM0RA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
menf. Confact office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristobol, Phone 1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT: Furnished two bed-
room apartment. Bella Vista, bal-
cony, telephone, elevotor, very
cool. 105 dollar,. Tel. 3-1648.
FOR RENT:Furnished opartment,
ideal for couple or small family.
Beautiful surroundings. Everything'
you need. PaiMla Airport. Road
No. 121.
IP YOU THINK PRICES
Are High In Panam
GET A LOAD OF THI8
advertisement we received In
a foreign trade Journal:
CHLORDANE
CONCENTRATE
NOW IN ONI OUNCE BOTTLES.
This remarkable Chlordane Concen-
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lt mea a very effective I<-,
insert spray. Befalling at Si oo these
one ounce bottle are now available
In dealer* nt only M.on PER noz
!2 PAY,-I- SHIPPING CHARFS
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OUR HETAIL PRICE
for a Bit ounce bottle
That Makes ONE GALLON
85c.
(sorry, we don't pay shipping
charges)
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
27 Central Ave. Tel. 3-nt
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:First doss modern two
story residence, upstairs three bed-
rooms, porch, etc.. downstoirs.
sittingrocm, diningroom, kitchen,
porch, office, etc.. $175.00. No.
73 Cuba Avenue. Miguel Hive,
phone 3-2145. '
FOR RENT:Chalet. Alto fwo and
three bedroom apartments. Tele-
phone 485 or 334 Colon. -
FOR RENT
it
oom
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished clean
room, board available. Bello Vista
46th Street 18-A, opartment 3.
Phone ofi.ee hours 2-1693 or 3-
1789.
FOR RENT
MterellaneouH
FOP. LEASE in Celen sir conditioned
manager's office and approxi-
mately 250 square meten of
jenerol office with fire proof
safety sfere-roonv. including steel
racks. Cell Panama 3-3221 or Co-
lon 989 between the hours of 8 e.
m. to 4 p. m.
lllf synchronized
>litinetcrs arrived
INTERNATIONAL
JEWELRY INC.
Avenida Central 124
(adjoining Intern. Motel)
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery.
Tel. 3-1713
22 E. 29th St.
F0*SALE: lnd'ao vertical twin FOR RENT:Office or store space
Ightweights. very liberal trode in
allowance for your old bike or
scooter, coma in to see at Tropical
Motors, Ponamo. Prices begin at
$391.00.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
suriK her way to fame from coast
to coast at the leading supper
clubs and hotels In the USA.
[She is probably best known as
one of the topltaers of the Voice
I of the Americas programs broad-
cast from New York and a for-
mer Chesterfield star
abou' three inches lonir over
his forehead, and administered
10 stitches.
However the child was not
admitted to the hospital
Wellington was not detained.
but police report further inves-
tigation is being conducted.
FOR SALE:A most attractive 4-
bedroom ronch style chalet, corner
4th ond 5th Sts.. Los Cumbres.
Large terrace. Fenced ond land-
scaped tot. Telephone Balboa 2117
week-day 4 to 6 p. m.
FOR SALE:2 lots and concrete cot-
tage, Airplane road. Sonta Clara.
Call Balboa 2830 or see Dr. Grant,
week end. Santo Claro.
Mrs. McElvray, 64
Dies In Corqas
Mrs Mabel McElvray. 84. died
last night of a heart attack as
she reached the admitting of-
fice of Gorgas hospital.
A resident of Ancon. Mrs. Mc-
Elvray lived with her son-in-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Delmas 8wafford. Mr. flwafford
la an employe of the Electrical
Dl? Ion.
Funeral arrangements will be
aimiiiit'ced later.
19 x 20 feet, beside FOTO EL
HALCN at entronce to Hotel El
Ponnmi. Owner on premises. Tel.
3-1 179.
PURE LINEN
CREASE RESISTING 36"...........$1.45
15 lovely shadfts
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hlrt on the 2nd day of October, 1951.
at 11 -Mfi o'cloek In th* forenoon, at
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MISSING BRITISH
DIPLOMATS
(Continued from Page 1)
reputable and known to the Daily
Express.
Reports reaching London sug-
gest that the men spent some
days In the Brittany area -Of
France after leaving a channel
steamer at St. Malo, then went to
the French Riviera by way of
Paris. Later they are reported to
have gone to Rome and stayed
there for a few days before pro-
ceeding to Budapest by way of
Trieste and thence to Prague.
There are no charge against
either men and tven if they were
found, no assurance was offered
that attempts would be made to
return them to London, particu-
larly if they went off on a per-
sonal escapade, since they have
committed no crime so far as is
knovfrn.
US Department
Of Agriculture
Wins A Freedom
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31 (UJM
The Agriculture Department
has won its long balt'c '-i pet
direct jurisdiction over Its at-
taches working it. foreign llelds
to build up agricultural resour-
ces abroad.
Until this week, the depart-
ment was forced to go through
State Department channels to
relay directives and Informa-
tion to workers outside the Unit-
ed States.
But under a new agreement
signed this week, Department
of Agriculture can deaf directly
with Its foreign mission," In-
dependent of State-Department
control.
Comments chairman Cooley
of the House Agriculture Com-
mittee:
"The new arrangement means
this country's agricultural re-
lations with other nations will
be tremendously improved and
strengthened,"
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DAN'S DANDY
ALL1TOWN, Pa. INEA)
Dan Lewandowskl became the
first 20-7aihe winner In the his-
tory of the Allentown Redblrds.
a Class B Inter-State League
Cardinal affiliate.
SEEN THI9 MAN?-Added to
the FBI's list of "Ten Most
Wanted Fugitives" Is Ollie Gene
Embry, 22, above, one-time juve-
nile delinquent now wanted for
bank robbery. Embry is- sought
in connection with the S6943
robbery of a Columbia, 111., bank
on Feb. 6, 1951.
US-Philippines Sign
Pacific Defense Pad;
Australia, NZ Next
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31 (UP)
The United' btaies and the
Philippines Republic signed a
new mutual defense treaty yes-
terday and President Truman
promptly hailed It as & "strong
step toward security and peace
in ihe Pacific."
Philippines President Elpldlo
Qulrlno, who witnessed the
signing ceremony with Mr.
Truman, added that the pact
"gives notice to any potential
aggressor" that the United
States and his republic stand
together In the Pacific.
The new agreement marks a
further strengthening of U. S.
ties with the strategic islands
which were long this country's
ward and now are its valued
ally.
Under the new pact, the Unit-
ed States and the Philippines
formally recognize that an at-
tack on either in the Pacific
would "be dangerous" to both,
and each promises to act "t
meet the common dangers In
accordance with its constitu-
tional processes."
This constitutes a moral
obligation for each country to
come to the other's and In case
of war In the Pacific, but the
language preserves the con-
stitutional right of Congress to
declare war.
The United States will sign
an almost indentlcal pact with
Australia and New Zealand In
San Francisco next week.
The treaties are diplomatic
concessions to overcome the re-
luctance of the Philippines, Aus-
tralia and New Zealand to go
along with the Japanese peace
treaty which allows Japan to
rearm.
But the mutual defense
filedge, while growing out of a
ear of resurgent Japanese ag-
gression, Is aimed equally at>
possible Communist aggression.
Q
FRUITS &
GETABLES
GRAIN
PRODUCTS
&
HERE'S WHERE YOUR MONEY GOES-The farmer got aa
average of 49 conts of each dollar you Spent for farm food prod-
ucts in May,* this year. The other 91 cents went to pay marketing
agencies (middlemen) In the chain from the farm to your kitchen.
The Newschart above, based on data from the U. S. Department of
Agriculture, shows the farmer's take and that of the middlemen
for various types of foods. The 49-cent figure for May represents
a decline of two centgalmost four per centbelow the 81 tents of
the food dollar the farmer wag getting in April. The reason: farm
prices declined while middleman's costs and charges went up.
Detroit Youth Sought
In Murder of Banker
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Aug. 31
i UP iPolice charged a 18-year-
old, parolee of Detroit today with
the murder of Banker John S.
Stephenson and sent out a gen-
eral alarm for his arrest.
Homicide Capt. L. S. Eddlns
Identified the wanted youth as
Charles Bashlor alias Charles
Crawford and Charles Thomas.
He registered at the George
Washington Hotel Sunday. Ste-
phenson was killed that night
while trying to question a youth
who had sneaked Into his house.
Eddins aid officers found ft
sports shirt and trousers In his
hotel room that answered the de-
scription of those worn by the
murderer.
"This Is the punk." Eddins said.
"We know we are right. He wa*
known to be In Detroit last mid-
night and talked with a cousin,
admitting he killed a man In
Jacksonville. He told the cousin
he wag -leaving for Mexico."
Eddins said tips from Jackson-
ville residents, including two cab)
drivers, led them to a search for
Bashlor.
West Point Cadet Charges
His Confession Was Forced
TO CUIDE PROPAGANDA -
Ben Hibbs, above, editor of the
Saturday Evening Post, is head
of a new State Department
press and publications committee
which will help guide American
propaganda.' The committee of
distinguished newsmen and pub-
lishers will review periodically'
the work of the State Depart-
ment's press and publication di-
vision and "recommend shifts ot
emphasis, new techniques and
modifications."
Coln Stabbing
Leaves Woman Dead
Man Badly Injured
COLON, Aug. 31 A woman
was dead and her common-law
husband was In serious condi-
tion here today following Ice
pick double stabbing.
Oenoveva McFaven, 32-year-
old Panamanian, died late last
night in Amador Guerrero hos-
pital while Walter Vermont was
reportedly In "very serious con-
dition."
Allegedly Vermont stabbed
the woman twle In the abdo-
men with an Ice pick, yesterday
afternoon then seeing she was
fatally Injured, he tried to kill
himself.
Both were rushed to Amador
Guerrero hospital.
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 tUPl
One of the 90 expelled West Point
cadets charged at a public hear-
ing today that he was "coerced"
in a day and a half of question-
ing to sign a confession Impli-
cating himself and other men In
the academy cribbing scandal.
George M. McCullough, 24, 81-
loam Springs, Ark,, a former
staff sergeant and a member of
the 1850 football team, said he
would have signed anything by
the time a colonel finished ques-
tioning him last June.
The red-haired former cadet
testified on the second day of an
unofficial public hearing being
held by the committee on justice
of the New York Criminal and
Civil Courts Bar association.
He followed Lt. Col. Harrison
Travis, retired West Point in-
structor and track coach and fa-
ther of one of the ousted cadets.
Travis testified that the youths
were held under guard In a bar-
racks for 24 hours after their dis-
missal was announced and were
so angered they were "ready to
stampede" when they were re-
fused permission to consult any-
one.
Travis said the men were un-
der orders to reply to any inqui-
ries from their parents about ra-
dio and newspaper accounts of
the scandal with "everything Is
fine."
Committee Counsel Robert Da-
ru said a seventh man has been
restored to active duty at the ac-
ademy.
He had revealed yesterday that
six men had been reinstated.
McCullough, who is reported to
be writing a book on the scandal,
testified he was In the post hos-
pital recovering from a foot oper-
ation and his classmates were
away when he was called foe
questioning.
"Were you held lncommunlcft-
do?" Daru asked.
"More or less," McCullough re-
plied. "I was In the hospital while
all my classmates were gone."
He said he was called to cadet
headquarters and questioned In a
private room.
"I was there one morning from
8 o'clock to noon, after lunch
from 1 o'clock till 5 and the next
morning from 8 o'clock till 11."
'I got to the point where I did-
n't care what I signed," McCul-
lough replied. .
"Were you coerced?"
"I feel that way. Yes. sir." I
"Were you threatened?"
"Well, I was '.old that by law I
had to answer questions that
would Incriminate other cadets.
The first day they told me I did-
n't have to answer questions)
which would incriminate myself
but when I failed to answer a.
question on the grounds it might
Incriminate me. they said I'd al-
ready incriminated myself."
Travel Film Slated
For VFW Meeting
Frank B. Albrook Post No. 3822
of the Veterans of Foreign War
will hold their regular meeting;
Sept. 4 at Curundu.
immediately f o 1 lowing the)
meeting there will be a color tra-
velogue shown on Bahama,
Mexico and Guatemala.
All VFW members and their
are Invited to attend.
JERRY Coi.ONNA, Kathryn Beaumont and Ed Wynn, who )
will be heai.; but r.ot seen in Walt Disney's Technicolor car-
toon feature. Alice in Wonderland," rehearse one of thft ,
songs they sing in the RKO release. In the film. Colonna /
Is th voice of the March Hare. Kathy i* Alice and Wynn-
es.* Mad Hatter.
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ESIDKNT AND MKS. AIXIBIADES AROSEMENA ARE HOSTS
R RECEPTION IN HONOR OP ECOSOC DELEGATES
A reception u (riten In the eTenlni yesterday by His
Excellency, the President Of Pnmm. Alclblades Arotemena
ad Mm. Arntmrni, horforin members of the arlen* dile-
(atlom attending the Social and Economic conference.
About five hundred guMte ere present at the reception,
which was held in the Presidencia.
home of Mrs. Brack Hatler In
Oolf Heights yesterday after-
noon, with Mrs. Hatler and Mrs.
Ctrl-Axel Janson acting as hos-
tesses .
invited with the guest of hon-
or were Mrs. Louis Martina. Mrs.
Jaime Correal. Mrs. John Fogar-
ty. Mrs. Otto Hausman. Mrs.
Jack Stlch. Mrs. Frank Ray-
mond Mrs. Francis Escoffery.
Mrs. Xsgar Kierulf. Mrs. Edward
J Healy. Jr., Mrs. Charles Bee-
son. Mrs. Steve Sturgill. Mrs.
Wladlmlr Ishoy. Mrs. E. 8. West-
man Mrs. Vlnnie Hull, Mrs. Mar-
garet Arias. Mrs. Babel Paredes.
Mrs. Julieta Oallndo. Mrs. Rena
Bllonick. Mrs. Chola Heurte-
matte, Mrs. Fanny Duran. Mrs.
Hatler and Mrs. Betty Guardia.
The guest list included offi-
cials- of the Panamanian govern-
ment, officials of the Canal Zone,
members of the diplomatic corps,
high ranking officers of the Ar-
my and Navy, members of all the
delegation at the conference and
their wives.
Mm. Watson Honored
at (< kUil-Buffct
In celebration of Mrs. WaUon's
birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
Watson entertained a group of
friends with a cocktail-buffet at
their residence in Oolf Heights.
Movl* Star and Troupe
to Perform Here
Rhonda Fleming and a group
of twelve N.B.C. television enter-
tainers art arriving by plane to-
day for a visit of three days here
and to give benefit performances
at military and naval installa-
tions.
Baby Shower for Mrs. Posse
Mrs. Louis Posse, nee Brunhll-
de Martlnz. was guest of honor at
a baby shower and tea at the
Return from David _
Mrs. Jorge E. Endara of Bella
Vista and Miss Manonguita Obal-
dla of Bella Vista returned by
car yest*rday from a visit of sev-
eral weeks hi David and Boquete,
Chirtqui province. R.P. Mrs. En-
dara visited her sister, Mrs. Vic-
1 torla B. de Osorlo in David.
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Thompson-Fanarow Nuptials
at Balboa Union Church
In the Balboa Unio-i Church
last evening. Miss Ida Fanarow
of Ancon was married to Lewis
Thompson of Diablo Heights.
Rev. Alexander H. Shaw, pastor
of the church, performed the
ceremony.
Mr. Paul H. Warner, soloist
sang "I Love You Truly" and
"Because," accompanied on the
organ by Mrs. Vivian Stutzman.
The bride wore a strapless
gown of silver encrusted ecru
lace of ballerina length with a
bolero jacket. Her tiara was of
matching lace. She carried a
bouquet of native Vanda orchids.
Mrs. Dorothy Payne Was ma-
tron of honor. She was dressed
in a lavender nylon net gown of
ballerina length with an off-the-
shoulder neckline and a atole.
Her bouquet was of yellow calla
lUles.
Mr. Walter Wolberg was best
man for the bridegroom.
A reception was held In the
parlors of the Union Church ni-
ter the ceremony.
They will take a wedding trip
to the United States, where they
will vUlt In New York. Washing-
ton. Colorado. North Dakota and
California.
Mrs. Thompson has been a
nurse In Gorgas Hospital for a-
bout two years. She attended Co-
lorado University at Boulder. Co-
lorado an dlater took her train-
ing in nursing at the School of
Nursing of Catholic University of
America In Washington. D.C. I
Mr. Thompson has been on
the Canal Zone for about ten
years as a Materials Engineer for
the Engineering Division Test-
ing Laboratory. His first employ-
ment here was for the Special
Engineering Division's Third
Lock* Project, having come here
shortly after receiving his mas-
ter's degree at North Dakota
State College. He Is very active
ki photographic work with the
Diablo Camera Club.
Despedida Dinner Honors
Mr. and Mm. Carlos Eleta
As a "despedida" for Mr. and
Mrs. Carlos Eleta, who are leav-
ing soon for the United States.
Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Boyd were
hosts for dinner last evening at
their residence In Bella Vista.
Bon Voyage Luncheon
for Miss Carlota Boyd
Miss Patsy Reese was hostess
for a bon voyage luncheon at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
McGrath at El Coco del Mar on
Wednesday at noon, honoring
Miss Carlota Cecilia Boyd. who
is leaving at the beginning of
next week for the United States.
Miss Boyd. daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Jorge Boyd. la leaving
with her parents for Richmond.
Virginia, where she will attend
the University situated there.
Returns from United States
Miss Peggy Sylvestre. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Sylves-
tre of Ancn arrived this week
by plane from the United States,
he was graduated from Syra-
cuse University in Syracuse. New
York with a degree in business
education. ,
Visiting in Vermont
Mrs. Marie E. Coffey is sail-
ing today aboard the Panama
Railroad ship en route to Shore-
ham. Vermont to visit her son.
Mr. Dan Coffey. She has been
visiting her sons, Jack. Bill. Ro-
bert. David and James, at their
homes on various parts of the
Isthmus.
Leaves for Tennessee
Miss Virginia Welch leaves to-
day aboard the 8.8. Cristobal for
New York en route to Tennessee.
She will join her parents, for-
mer residents of the Isthmus re-
siding in Chattanooga.
Miss Welch has been a mem-
ber of the United States Embas-
sy staff for several years.
All Star Circle to Meet
The All Star Circle will meet
on Wednesday. September 5 at
the Scottish Rite Temple in Bal-
boa.
JAIL HOSPITABLE
SPRINGFIELD. 111. (U.P.)
An 18-year-old youth got free
room and board at the county
jail while he hunted a job. Coun-
ty officials made the arrange-
ment when the youth, who stole
35 cents and did $73 damage to
a church, became eligible for
probation.
MOTHERS AND
EXPECTING MOTHERS!
IT IS HERE!
For the complete SAFETY
of your Baby from infancy,
it Is the new highly recom-
mended SAFETY CHAIR.
**
For a free home demonstration or
for more Informal' call George
Miller Tel Pan. 303 or write
to Apartauo 3247, i .ami, IV de
Panam
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Reservations.
Tel. Pan. 2-1112.
White Clinches Second Term
As Governor Of Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss.. Aug. 31 (UP)
Seventy-year-old Hugh White
clinched a second term as gov-
ernor today, 11 years after his
first expired as he pulled Into an
Insurmountable lead over Paul B.
Johnson, Jr., In nearly complete
returns from their runoff.
The Democratic primary victo-
ry assured White's formal elec-
tion In Mississippi which is a
one-party state but which em-
phasized in two bitter campaigns
that it has no love for the Na-
tional Democratic administra-
tion.
White crusaded as an ardent
States' Rlghter and accused
Johnson of cottoning to the ad-
ministration as Indicated by his
pull of the Negro vote in the first
primary. Johnson. 35, denied any
"Trumanlte" leanings and In
turn accused White of helping do
away with the two-thirds rule as
a national committeeman In
1930,
The boxes still out were too
small for their returns to change
White's lead. Mayor Carroll Gar-
tin of Laurel meanwhile breezed
to an easy victory over publish-
er Jimmy Arrington of Collins for
the lieutenant governorship,
holding more lhan a 100,000-vote
lead with returns almost com-
plete.
White declined to claim his vic-
tory or Johnson to concede it
pending an official canvass of the
ballots.
White, who aerved previously
as governor from 1936 to 1940 is
the only man beside the late
Theodore G. Bilbo to win the of-
fice twice. The governor-nomin-
ate has remained active in poll-
tics despite his long absence from
high office and in 1948 he was in
the fore-front of the Mississippi
delegation that walked out of the
national convention in the furore
over Civil Rights.
White's victory also assured
continuance of the States' Rights
leadership under the outgoing
governor, Fielding Wright, who
ran for vice-president hi 1948 on
the "Dlxlecrat" ticket. Wright
could not constitutionally run to
succeed himself.
Anesthetists Will
Meet In London
LONDON, Aug. 31 (LPS)
Leading anesthetic experts from
30 nations are meeting in Lon-
don next week. An exhibition ar-
ranged for this congress includes
the first anesthetic apparatus
ever used. It was designed 35
years ago by the late Dr. George
Boyle, in whose honor the Con-
gress is being held in Britain.
Mother Traces Son
Stolen In Syria
When Babe In Arms
PROVIDENCE. R. I., Aug. 31
(UP) A Providence woman
said today that the infant son
who was stolen from her arms in
Syria 47 years ago has been
found in Argentina where he Is
a prosperous bakery owner.
Mrs. Ida Bechara, 04, said she
hoped to have a reunion soon
with Jorge Azar of Mendoza, Ar-
gentina, the man she believes to
be her son.
She said she had been in touch
with him by mall.
She said Azar wrote her that
his kidnapper, whom he called
his "aunt." confessed the abduc-
tion on her death bed and told
him he had a mother named Ida
living in the United States.
After learning the story of his
origin, Mrs. Bechara said, her'
son made inquiries through Sy- j
rian newspapers and churches in
this country.
She said a man who became
j Interested in his quest found her
here July 4 and put her In touch j
with herson.
She said her son's father died i
many years ago and she since
has remarried.
Mrs. Bechara said that In 1904!
she was aboard a ship in Syria.
about to depart for the United
States.
A woman took her 3-month-old |
son from her arms to admire, she |
said and then vanished with the
Child.
She said she delayed leaving to I
look for the baby but gave up
hope after a while and came to
this country.
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SUNDAY BUFFET DINNER DANCE
Chef Douthe labors to make this buffet the happiest
hur of rest from work, and Erwin Kent's orchestra
soothes the soul while you concentrate on your tempting
choices and provides music for dancing later.
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FRIDAY. AUGUST SI, 1951
^Jttlantic Social
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($ot 195, Cjalun 1/tlephon* (jalun 378
ON VOYAGE DINNER FOR MR. AND MRS. WOLF
Mr and Mrs. Frank Wolf, lonf-tlme residents of the
Cmnml Zone, who smiled todmy to reside in the Stmtes. were
honored mt m bon vovmge dinner pmrty given by Mr. mnd Mrs.
Floyd McDermltt, mt their Gmtun residence, Wednesday eve-
BU,rThe cuests Included the honorees' daiiRhter mnd son-in-
law. Mr. mnd Mrs. Albert Pmte. mnd m group of their neigh-
bors: Mr. mnd Mrs. Jmmes Brown. Mr. mnd Mrs. G. G. Thomms
and Cmptain mnd Mrs. Floyd Forrest.
Colonel mnd Mrs. Taylor
Realdinf at Fort Dayls
Colonel Henry S. Taylor, the
new commanding officer of tne
Atlantic Sector of the United
States Army, with Mrs. Taylor
and their sons, James and Bruce,
have changed their residence
from Fort Clayton to Fort Davis.
They are occupying quarters No.
SB on Sykes Road.
Ladies Club
Has Ereninj of Cmrds
The Fort Gulick NCO. Wives
Club held a card party at the
IICO Club Wednesday evening.
Members and their husbands
played bridge, canasta, bunko,
pinochle, and 500 rummy
The club rooms were colorfully
decorated with giant size tallies
and playing cards. Sergeant and
Mrs. Jerry Whyte were in charge
of the decorations.
The members and their guests
who played were: Sergeant and
Mrs D. J. Smolka, Sergeant and
Mrs.' M. D. Mundkowsky, Sergeant
and Mrs. David Harshaw, Ser-
eant and Mrs. Harry James, Ser-
geant and Mrs. William Bell, Ser-
jeant and Mrs, Robert Moore.
Sergeant and Mrs. C. S. Harvey
Mr and Mrs. P. Marsh, Mr. and
Mrs M. Smith, Sergeant and Mrs.
Arthur Crandal, Sergeant and
Mrs R. L. Mann, Sergeant and
Mrs. Lowell Parker. Sergeant and
Mrs. Ernest Beck, Sergeant and
Mrs. William Godwin, Corporal
and Mrs. J. Hutchlns, Sergeant
William Elllngsworth. Sergeant
William Pennock, Mrs. Joseph
Friese Mrs. Grace Colbert Mrs.
Eva Hart. Mrs. J. C. Lastlnger,
and Mrs. Harry Copare
Door prizes were awarded. Mrs
Smolka won the ladies' prize and
Sergeant Harry Jones won the
men's prize.
Prizes for bridge went to Mrs.
Beck, and Mr. Marsh. Sergeant
and Mrs. Robert Parker were the
canasta winners. Mrs. Godwin
and Sergeant Whyte won at bun-
ko and Sergeant and Mrs. Moore
were the pinochle winners. The
rummy prizes were won by Mrs.
Mann and Sergeant Jones.
Mrs. William Sweeney was in
charge of the arrangements, and
was assisted by Mrs. Jerry Whyte
mnd Mrs. R. L. Mann.
day evening and are the house
guests of Mrs. Smith's brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Caleb Clement of Gatun. They
will also visit lrlends and rela-
tives in Balboa.
Mrs. Smith is a former resi-
dent of the Pacific side.
Tigers Club to Hold
Charity "Carnavalito"
The Tigers Club, of Colon, will
hold a "Carnavalito" at the Mon-
aco Garden tomorrow evening to
raise funds for charity.
Dancing will begin at 8:00 p.m.
with music by Armando Bozas
orchestra. An entertaining eve-
ning is promised. There will be a
floor show and prizes will be
awarded for the best costumes.
A number of door prizes will
be raffled during the evening.
Other prizes have been donated
by the following merchants of
Colon: Antonio Tagaropulos,
Mueblera Colon, Mueblera In-
glesa, Castillo's, Compaa Inter-
nacional de Ventas. Motta's, Pa-
rs Bazaar, American Bazaar, La
Familia. S. Cardonskl. Mueblera
Bazar Vlena, Circuitos Unidos,
Pohoomul Bros., Vctor Fong,
Mueblera Achurra, Canal Liquor
Store, Bodega Colonial, English
Bazaar, Casa Mike and Cervece-
ra Nacional.
Cmptmin mnd Mrs. Llndstrom
Chance Residence
Captain and Mrs. William R.
F.W.Hasson Resigns
To Enter Business
With His Brother
Dinner Honors
Captain mnd Mrs. Baker
Major and Mrs. E. L. Hamon
entertained with a dinner party
mt their Coco Solo residence Wed-
nesday In honor of Captain and
Mrs. A. S. Baker
Captain and Mrs. Baker moved
yesterday from Coco Solo to Rod-
man where he will be stationed
at the Marine Barracks. They
have been resident* of the At-'
lantlc side for the past eighteen
months and have been active In
social affairs In navy circles.
Llndstrom and the! rdaughter,
Annabeth. have moved from Fort
Davis to Quarters 25-D, Fort Gu-
Uck.
Recent Arrivals
Mrs. M. D. Mundkowskv re-
turned recently from a three-
month visit with her parents In
Erie. Pennsylvania.
Mrs. Norma Cousins and son.
Tommy, arrived by plane Tues-
day. They have been visiting rel-
atives In Philadelphia.
Mrs. Jos Me'ndez and son.
Jos, Jr.. have been visiting her
parents In Cayey. Puerto Rico,
mnd have returned to their home
mt Fort Oullck.
Mrs. Smith Visiting Relmtlves
On Isthmus
Mrs. Lyman Smitn and daugh-
ters. Sally and Beth, of Cleve-
land, Ohio arrived by plane Tues-
FRANK HASSON
Frank W. Hasson. structural
engineer in the Engineering Di-
vision, has resigned and will
leave the Isthmus today on the
S.S. Cristobal.
He plans to enter business with
his brother. Hugh H. Hasson. in
Mountain Lakes, New Jersey.
Mr. Hasson Joined the Canal
organization as structural de-
signer in May 1937 after about 20
years experience with various
construction and architectural
firms in the United States. He is
a veteran of World War I. hav-
ing served in Europe in the pe-
riod from 1917 to 1919.
During World War II. he was
active in civilian defense and
acted as engineering consultant
on defense projects in Central
and South America.
He served as structural design-
er and structural engineer
throughout his period of service
with the Canal organization.
Rosary and Altar Society
Meeting
The Rosary and Altar Society
of the Church of the Holy Fami-
ly, in Margarita, met In the re-
ception room of the church for
their regular monthly meeting.
Mrs. Warren Schultz, presided
at the business meeting, after
which a social evening and re-
freshments was enjoyed. The
hostesses were: Miss Joanne
Recela and Miss Nancy Ramsey.
The members who attended In-
cluded: Mrs. James Recela, Mrs.
Irwln Ramsey, Mrs. Earl Mulllns,
Mrs. David Coffey, Mrs. Thomas
Kelly, Mrs. Earl Dyer, Mrs. Jane
Wetzel. Mrs. James McGloln, Mrs.
Jane Cullen, Mrs. Leland Larrl-
son, Mrs. Malcolm Wheeler, Mrs.
Marguerite Schommer, Mrs. Cy-
rus Field, and Reverend Father
Raymond Mchate. CM.
34 Bidders In First
Local PanCanal
Scrap Metal Sale
The first sale of scrap to be
handled entirely by the Canal
organization on the Isthmus
brought several representatives
of United States scrap dealers
and smelting companies when
bids were opened yesterday
morning at the office of the Su-
perintendent of Storehouses.
Bids were submitted by 34 In-
dividuals and firms on the first
lot of 171 tons of non-ferrous
scrap to be sold locally.
Bids on another 2,714 tons of
ferrous scrap will be opened at
the office of the Superintendent
of Storehouses Sept. 10.
Scrap salvaged within the Ca-
nal organization formerly was
sold through the Washington of-
fice of the Panama Canal Com-
pany.
The guaranty deposits on the
non-ferrous scrap on which bids
were opened yesterday, represent-
ing 20 per cent of the bid prices,
amounted to about $250.000.
Contracts for the sale of the
non-ferrous scrap probably will
be awarded In about a week fol-
lowing an analysis of the bids.
The material included cast and
sheet aluminum, babbit, brass
castings, valves, cocks and fau-
cets, brass pipe tubing and cast-
ings, brass and bronze spinnings,
borings and condenser tubes,
copper wire and screening, mo-
nel metal castings, rods, screen-
ing and tubes, cut up radiators,
battery plates, battery stainless
steel, automobile and bicycle
tubes and other items.
Registration Set
For La Boca Junior
College Sept. 5
Registration for the second
year of the La Boca Junior Col-
lege will take place Wednesday.
September 5.
No fershman class Is to be ad-
mitted this yerr because of
shortage of funds. The clars
which entered lust year Is to be
t?ken through the second year
of college work by the present
staff.
Contracts must be signed by
the responsible parent or guar-
dian on or before September 5.
The office will be open Satur-
day. September 4. from 8 o'clock
In the morning to 12 to accom-
i modate parents who are off
i work on that day.
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P. A. CLASSIFIEDSEZtfiL,
Cagley Named Chief
Of C.E. Branch Of
Engineering Division
Leo W. Cagley. Soils engineer,
has been named Chief of the Ci-
vil Engineering Branch of the
Engineering Division effective
this week.
He has served as soils engineer
in the Civil Engineering Branch
since July 1950 when he complet-
ed a year of graduate work In
foundation engineering and soil
mechanics at Harvard University
and obtained a Master of Science
degree.
He had served as civil" and de-
sign engineer In the Civil Engin-
eering Branch since May 1946.
Mr. Cagley joined the Canal
organization as a student engin-
eer in Aug. 1941 following his
graduation In civil engineering
from Iowa State College at
Ames.
He was named junior engineer
In Oct. 1942 and left the Canal
organization the following year
to serve in the Navy. After about
three years service 1th the rank
of lieutenant J.g. In the Civil
Engr. Corps, he was reemployed
In May 1946 as civil engineer. He
served as design engineer from
Oct. 1947 until July 1950.
During his year of graduate
study at Harvard in 1949 and
1950 he was awarded the Univer-
sity's Austin B. Mason prize for
meritorious work In soil mechan-
ics.
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Many social events were held
in her honor during her stay.
A large number of friends were
at the pier to wish her "bon voy-
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
Judy Punches for Her Old Love
Judy Garland will headline the Palace for a run, opening Oct.
lfl...This Is the most amazing theatrical announcement of the
year...It means, first, a return to the two-a-day blg-tlme re-
served-seat poltcv at the traditional actors' paraalse on Broad-
way, the Jeweled show-case of vaudeville In the period of Its
orlde and Its lories.
Judy, one of our great native artists, who has just re-
turned from a series of music hall triumphs In England, was
Km with vaudeville blood and raised in a variety family.
t ambition of her younger days wa to play the Palace,
and she never made it. Now that she can play anywhere,
she will reprise the high spots of her stellar repertoire, hold-
ing the entire second half of the bill, for 60 to 75 minutes.
Her schedule may not be exactly the conventional two-a-day.
There will not be seven matinees, and on week-ends she will ap-
pear three times dally. No figure for her pay has been set. She
will receive a percentage of the gross receipts In the 1,700-seat
house at raised, but not forbidding, admission prices... "Personal
appearance" wages these days are so grotesquely huge that they
no longer make sense. Bob Hope is getting $16.000 a show
Si,000 a minute with a medicine outfit.. .Judy could command
$50,000 or so a week at the Roxy. But he refuses to take on
the multiple frolics, and. if she had any such thoughts, the Wil-
liam Morris Agency, her .managers, would discourage her.
This may lead again to an attempt at reviving a circuit.
The bottleneck is the standard' of salaries set by such at-
tractions as Martin and Lewis (S55.OO0 a week!) and other
surefire standouts. No vaudeville theatre can play to such
a total gross. And if several top names can be induced to do
their part toward bringing back the institution, few of them
can carry on for a substantial part of a season, for they
have commitments in movies, TV, radio, or at special events
which can pay them more in a night than vaudeville could
in weeks.
Sol A. Sehwarti, president of RKO Theatres, who Is taking
the long step with Judy, cannot vet foresee the future possibil-
ities. He realizes all the handicaps and stumbling-blocks. It
was he who turned the Palace back to "flesh" shows, against my
advice, with a policy of "family" acts. He made headway, but
a one-theatre "circuit" is Impracticable; and one of the most
expensive pieces of real estate In America cannot prosper with
living talent at low prices, even if It has available the 00 train-
ed and fresh turns a year reauired to keep it going, which in
That Judy will be a sustained capacity draw Is beyond ques-
tion. But after that come the problems, maybe insurmount-
dble...I hope not...I have been a vaudeville fan and devotee
for many years, loved it. contributed to It, worked for it...I am
sure that, were Walter wlnchell writing today's column, he would
express the sam sentiments, in his staccato, unique style, though
he, wise In show business, would see the complications and com-
filexities In the way of restoring an art and pleasure form so
ong dormant.
I don't know that he measures up to the objective, but Pablo
Rousseau, of Mexico, is the new escort of glamorous Doris Lilly,
author of "How to Meet a Millionaire". ..Clara Lee Sukln, young
New York interior decorator, arrived in England. After a two-
day registration period required by British law, she married Lou
Levy. 38, song-publisher and manager of the terrific Andrews
Sisters, and until two years ago the husband of Maxene. The
newlyweds are In Paris on their honeymoon... They say Jane
Wyman has found love again, and the lucky fellow Is Judd
Downing, a lawyer. ..Rose Perfect is in Wantagh. N. Y.. recover-
ing from a torn chest muscle, bui will soon s^ar in a new show.
In October, she will marry E. I. Wagner.. .Paul Dudley, who^ta.
belnp divorced by comedy-star Jov Hodges, is seeing his ex-wife.
Louise Fiske.
Labor News
And
Comment
My ion, Jack Jr., who writes a Hollywood column, sprung an
Innovation on the "Drop dead" school of Imprecations: "Take a
long walk on a short pier!"
From a letter sent by Mrs. Holland p. Taylor, of New
York, who, with her husband was caught in the hurricane in
Kingston, Jamaica: "We can't walk on the streets because
you're approached by people crying on. vour shoulder or
cursing or bating you. Kids are schooled to be 'finger boys'
or tipsters to point out potential victims of begging, coercion
or worse, usually the latter. The natives hate the British
and are disdainful of Americans... The streets were pitch
dark and horribly dangerous.. Thieving was scandalous...
They say 'mugging' was invented in Jamaica, where the na-
tive poverty is indescribable. And now they are more desper-
ate than ever."
About one in twenty Americans will be working for the Fed-
eral government by next year, paid by the other nineteen of
us...The U. S. had 2.486.755 civilian employes, at the end of
June, an Increase of 43,849 in that nunth.. .About 1.500 are add-
ed every day, and in less than a vear will top 3,000,000. out of
an adult population of about 63.000.000. And 3.000.000 is 800.000
more than the popular margin of votes that elected Truman.
So this Is method, not madness.
Peter Donald's description of Flo Zlegfeld: "The ace that
launched a thousand pips."
I wasn't the only one impressed with the versatile talents
of Hollywood songsmith director writer Mort Greene. Joe
Pasternak has eneaged him to do a comedy sequence for Vi-
vian Blalne, In "Skirts Ahoy," Esther Williams' M-G-M star-
rer. .After I wrote the encomium about his act, the Modern-
aires, at the Paramount here, I got numerous inquiries as to
where Greene could be reached, and those who called me
were surprised that I had no idea of his address. "Oh we
thought be was a friend of yours," they exclaimed.. .What
gives people such ideas* I wouldn't know Greene If he broke
Into mi living-room.. .1 not only never mat him, but I paid
my way into the Paramount (my pass was In my other pair
of nanls) to "cateh" the show, and got his name off the
program.
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Callers are received qrotefullt and ara handled mi 0 hally confldentlo
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the aisles. In fact, the majority
of us haven't stopped laughing
yet. The friendly "pones" at the
Army Instructors by 8gt. Orowl
and his cast were highly appre-
ciated by all Army personnel.
Instructors, both officer and en-
listed, want to tell the volunteer
ack-ackers that we have never
enjoyed a training session a we
have this six week AACAP test.
The civilians learned quickly and
efficiently as demonstrated and
we have the utmost confidence
in their newly gained skill.
The courage. Interest and pa-
triotism demonstrated by the
"AACAP'ers" could well be emu-
lated by all loyal American clti-
xens. Again thanks a million.
AACAP Instructors
PAT ON THE BACK
~We the Instructors o AACAP
would like to take this means to
publicly express our gratitude
and thanks to the clvlllsn volun-
teers who gave such an Interest-
ing and highly enjoyable oarty
for us at the Sailfish Club last
Baturday evening.
Nothing was left out to make
It a "howling" success. The civil-
ian gunners went all-out to pro-
vide a wonderful buffet dinner
and well planned entertainment.
The program as a whole was evi-
dence in itself that much time
and effort was spent In Its pre-
paration .
A comedy skit was presented
which had us literally rolling In
By Victor Riesel
It's a laugh but not a hap-
py one to have the govern-
ment's cloak-and-dagger boys
tell you something's so super
secret you'd best not think about
It lest you talk In your sleep.
Then you discover that scores
of leftist labor leaders, who've
long defended the Soviet's every
whim, know the secret's most
intricate details.
It's like that up at the elec-
tronic capital of Schenectaoy, N.
Y., where members of a Com"
munlst-llne union are working
mind you, on no less an installa-
tion than the "Milton Project.
There, the wizards of General
Elecrtlc will develop the "reac-
tors" which whip up the power
for atomic submarines, mucn
like turbines spew out steam tor
that kind of outmoded motor.
Now get this: The very
reactors buUt at "MMon
Project" will make the first
tests of atomic driven subs
for an era in which the Rus-
sian Navy already has de-
dicated itself to undersea
warfare alona the lanes
leading to the f M
swamns. sands oi W
mountain tops where tneyu
choose to fight.
Meanwhile, this nation- is de-
bating whether or not its crick-
et to permit Party-line chiefs
to lead unions in strategic
arFine. Tlfc debate is good.
We're a people Justifiably sen-
sitive to any shaving of our civil
" But 7eVs get that debate over
8WWlthln a few weeks, the Issue
will be before the courts ac-
cording to still unrevealed plans
of the Dept. of Justice.
The bench will be asked to
decide whether or not contra, ts
signed by pro-Sovleteers, who
swore they never were In the
Communist apoaratus, are va id.
If the courts and the nine
new men on the high bench de-
cide that pro-Communists can
lead unions, then tlwt wl11 be
the law of the land-an* lets not
waste time trying to keep our
SCForSwe find, In Schenectadv,
thft the present law sees no
difference between nori-po-
litical followers of Philip>****
rav and those men led by the
United Electrical Workers. mnv
of Whom have been labelled
Communist Party members at
Con,",es8ionnl hearings.
We find, further, that the
non-political union, at hear-
ings held last week by the
country'*- top labor board.
1AM insulted by the pro-
Coinmunists a phony. Ana
inh ney referred to the extre-
mist views of the lefties,
they arrogantlv told him to
"Watch vour language."
Meanwhile, behind the scenes
of thl drive to retain control
over the electronic workers Is
the swarthy Jim Matles, on
.whom there are thick dossiers
in our Federal Intelligence files.
And yet the law reco^nHes no
difference between a Phil Mur-
ray and a Matles, who has ne-
ver swerved from his loyalty to
the Communist line.
So, since the strong man, Mat-
les. has sworn In a Federal af-
fidavit that he 1 not a Com-
munist, he continues to lead the
Partv-llne UE and right into
an election on Sept. 14 In which
his people compete with Phil
Murray's for the right to bar-
gain, settle grievances, talk and
fraternize with the 19,000 men
and women who work on the
most sensitive and carefully
guarded war orders includ-
ing atomic energy's newest ma-
gic
Nor Is thit an isolated
quirk in our national to-
lerance.
It is the opinion of one of
the most sagacious observers
of American labor, Plttt-
burg's Father Charles Owen
Bice, that the pro-Soviet US
fill has enough strength
left to control the union at
Westlnghouse at the air-
brakes and manufacturing
plants where there is to be
an election among the 18.-
000 workers on that site of
atomic construction.
"In my opinion, the pro-Com-
munist union leadership in
Pittsburgh has not vet been
destroyed nor even badly shak-
en by the recent arrests. They
have separate echelons and
these are untouched." the o-ood
pastor of the 100-year old slum
area Saint Brlgid'j Church and
director of St. Joseph House of
HosDltalltv told me.
With all thla in mind one
high government official, alrea-
dy harassed by the paralysing
left wing copper strike, tele-
phoned me. He said, "I've just
had to aoprove a contract be-
tween a firm and an obviously
oro-Communlst union, Vic, and
I want to weep on your shoul-
der. Whi' crazy laws we have."
And I'm reminded of one case
in which the employer appealed
to tht government, urging that
he not be forced to deal with
this particular union because It
was pro-Communist.
The Federals ruled against
him, saying that "the truth or
falsitv of the non-Communist affidavits (fil-
ed with the government in order
to enjoy the labor privileges of
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Category
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK.The case of the purloined pus-
sycat seemed reasonably closed today, as the
captive movie star, Rhubarb, appeared In Reno,
Nev, accompanied by his catnapper, a Mr.
James Moran, eternal seeker after truth.
If this is a bewildering lead, please consider
that the writer has seldom been concerned with
cat kidnappings of famous movie stars, such as
this consumed cat. and after two days of hard
work I am finished with any feline smaller than
a Hon.
There was one occasion when my reason tot-
tered, as I saw a bear alight from a taxi and
enter the Stork Club, and the cat has complet-
ed the unhinging of this poor brain.
The chronology on the nightmare seems to
be that Paramount Pictures has a new movie
called "Rhubarb." concerning a cat which in-
herited a baseball team.
They brought the star of the show to town
In order that he might attend a few banquets
and sign, a lew autographs and appear on a
few television shows.
And the cat got catnapped. He was stolen
from a hat-check room in Toots Shor's, which
Is where all cats go to dine if they are rich
enough.
He was removed bv the aforementioned Mr.
Moran, who wished to test the validity of the
popular suspicion that a cat can find its way
home from anywhere.
The report from Reno, where Mr. Moran was
finally apprehended, seems to be that no cat
can Infallibly find Its way home.
"This creature," Mr. Moran announced, "was
heading definitely in the direction of Canada.
I consider that I have won the bet from Mr.
Blair."
He was referring to a slightly addled wager
Involving 1350. which Mr. Blair had and Mr.
Moran had not. concerning the cat's chances of
beating his wav back to Beverly Hills, the land
of catnip and honey.
Several lives, including mine, have been
wrecked bv this cat. which already has lost
eight pounds since arrival, due to frantic per-
sonal appearances.
There appears to be some half-dozen lawsuits
between asserted cat-food companies, the Para-
mount studios, asserted television stations and
a few supermarkets, which had booked Rhubarb
for personal service and had advertised his ex-
pected presence In several newspapers.
Sonu- thousand bucks have been spent in tele-
phone calls to various high executives of Para-
mount, while the hired car and the comely
young model who attended this miserable beast
have been maintained expensively, though Idle,
At least three, possibly four press agents, are
considering hara-kiri.
This is because, as Mr. Blair of Paramount
puts It, "it reflects discredit on me, and through
me the studio, to have been hijacked loose from
a screen star."
Mr. Al Jank, the cat's trainer, who Is here at
some expense to have supervised the animal's
every move, was disconsolate.
' You know who this will hurt at the studio."
he said morosely. "Me. No matter how that so-
and-so animal gets lost, it's my neck. I hate
cats," added Mr. Jank. "Especially this one."
There has been no direct proof yet as to
where Mr. Moran, who is careless of mopey, got
the tickets for himself and the cat to fly West,
and no real assurance that either will get home.
Mr. Moron's elfin whims have led him to
peddle iceboxes to Eskimos, to Introduce a bull
Into a china shop, and to spend considerable
time locating a needle in a hay stack.
I have seen mighty efforts by press agents in
the past, but this is the first time I ever saw
one deliberately hijack another, and certainly
no such commotion has been raised in New York
since my pal Frank Farrell kidnaped Charlie
McCarthy and held him captive while Edgar
Bergen went slightly mad.
In any event, I wish to bow out of the cat
picture forever, and if I say I contemplate a
small attack of catalepsy I hope you will for-
give the pun. for nowhere In this piece have I
mentioned a catalytic agent.
^mily WASHINGTON
MERRY-00-ROUND
yDltlW lAISON

Mudslinging Congress
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA) A shoulder patch to
Identify members of the present Congress should
bear some reference to "the mudslinging 82nd."
Seldon has the debate, particularly In the
once-august Senate, descended to such low le-
vels.
It has of course been a long hot summer. The
Issues before Congress have been complex and
vexing. Nervous tensions have been greater
than usual under national and international
emergencies.
While all this should have called for cool
heads and steady hands, there has been little
In evidence.
Instead, wave after wave of uglv vituperation.
In the whole record of the 82nd Congress to
date, there has been onlv one breath of fresh
air.
That was Illinois Senator Douglas' Investiga-
tion into standards of ethical conduct for gov-
ernment.
But even it blew so faintly and for such a
short time that it barely cooled one fevered
Congressional brow.
Republicans and Democrats alike are guilty in
this branlgan.
After all. President Truman's own Ill-temper-
ed blasts at the Marines and the music critic
hardly set the tone for dignified proceedings.
The President, however, has been on the re-
ceiving end for more abuse than he has dished
out.
He has had to defend his action In relieving
Gen. Douglas MacArthur of his command. He
has had to defend his secretary of State. He
has had to defend an Inconclusive war in Ko-
rea.
He has had to defend unpopular recommen-
dations for increased defense costs, Increased
taxes, increased economic controls.
He has had to defend-the Reconstruction Fin-
ance Corporation and charges of Irregularity
against his Democratic National Committee
Chairman William M. Boyle.
In all this, it la Interesting to speculate on
how'Harry Truman would have met such chal-
lenges It he had been a Senator.
If he lived up to the form he set when he
headed the famous Truman investigating com-
mittee of war times, he would have been the
first to show his impatience with irregularities
that border on corruption.
He would have taken the lead then in
cleaning up the Democratic administration in-
stead of trying to maintain that it was above
reproach.
The second major Influence in current gov-
ernmental mudslinging procedures has of course
been McCarthylsm.
Wisconsin 8en. Joseph R. McCarthy's attack
on Gen. George C. Marshall will rank high in
any historical collection of the most disgraceful
orations of Congressional record.
Regardless of the motive of the Senator's
campaign, his methods and tactics now seem to
have infected the whole Senatorial process.
Senator McCarthy's two-hour attack on GOP
Senators Margaret Chase Smith of Maine and
Robert C. Hendrickson of New Jersey was raw
stuff.
They had joined in a 8enate Rules committee
report criticising McCarthy's role In the Mary-
land election of Sen. John M. Butler and the
defeat of Millard Tydings. McCarthy scourged
them.
Republican Senators Bricker of Ohio and
Capehart of Indiana are now accused of similar
mudslinging tactics for their minority report on
RFC.
In it they charged the President and Demo-
cratic Chairman Boyle with being ."graduates of
one of the most corrupt political machines of
any state."
Taking up the challenge. Democratic Major-
ity Leader McFarland of Arizona and Senator
Fulbrlght of Arkansas, who was chairman In the
two-year Investigation of RFC, charge the two
Republicans with "demagogic piety" and "un-
due abuse."
From the general public's point of view, it Is
possible to endorse the view of Senators Cape-
hart and Bricker that. "Morality in government
has declined to the lowest ebb In the nation's
history."
This condemnation, however, must be applied
to other facets of government than the RFC.
It is also possible to endorse the view of the
Republican Floor Leader. Sen. Kenneth Wherry
of Nebraska, when he objects to the Senate
Rules Committee report on the Maryland elec-
tion because It narrowed to one state the full
brunt of criticism of political practices that de-
serve national attention.
Both sides are right here in their criticisms
of each other. A plague on both their houses.
When such a situation arises, the voters cer-
tainly have a right and an obligation to look
for new leadership In both political parties and
all their factions.
The man of the hour in politics would be
someone who could lead by Inspiration rather
than bv mudslinging
Harry J. Anslinger says: Children are destroyed by the nar-
cotic peddler; Narcotic traffic is intricate and skillful;
Bureau of Narcotics is a model agency.
. _.Wni,e Drew Pearson. Is on a brief vacation, the Wash-
ington Merry-Go-Round is belni; written by several distin-
guished guest columnists, today's being by Mr. Harry J.
S25 .?"' the.^Tif??ury Department's Commissioner of
warcot cs and the U.S. representative on the United Nations
Narcotic Commission.
In international circles Mr. Anslinger Is regarded as the
greatest living authority on the world narcotics traffic
On June 30, 1851, in the U.S. House of Representatives.
Congressman Gordon Canfleld said: "The nations of the
world regard him as the world's No. l authority on the
SUDjCCt.
nhii^A^HN^r children; he destroys them.
In.,ext^!ne dlstress. Parents brought their 16-year-old boy to
my office. The lad quivered like the leaves of the aspen
***5* wa 8U"erlng the dreaded withdrawal syndrome of drug
?ii ?i Ha nas one of th08e wno use bravado to gain admis-
sion to Uie delinquent gang.
th Z?J!.,mierWhere yo?. get heroln." I aid. "I will send you to
the hospital for a cure."
i j We1u!ed an undercover agent to buy from the "pusher,"'who
led us to the wholesale peddler.
?,oTlen b* PrB-"lye steps we graduated to one of the big
traffickers who controlled a nation-wide syndicate. V.'e trapped
him like a rat. r
It took men, endless patience, long hours of vigilant surveil-
lance, and infinite detailed corroboratlon.
Now. where did he get his supply? ,",
? iiSPL' country wh'ch signed the Geneva Convention of 1931
to limit the manufacture of narcotic drugs to medical needs,, and
then estimated its heroin consumption at ten times Its actual
medical needs.
h~iEvenwWlthJ',laborate reporting and checking by International
bod cs, the padded estimates escaped the attention of the United
Nations control machinery.
We first picked up the international leakage when the, Loe
Angeles County Sheriff turned over to us a peddler with- ten
ounces of heroin. He got it from a ship's steward traveling be-
tween New York and Trieste.
.In Jri*ste\.th? Allled mltary authorities had Inadvertently
repealed narcotic laws.
Diversion in Italy provided a ready source, with the conniv-
ance of the Mafia. Wheels within wheels. The narcotic traffic It
intricately interlaced and skillfully Interwoven.
We have 195 agents; less than 2 per cent of the Federal en-
forcement personnel. .
These men account for 10 per cent of the Federal prison
population, and their convictions average 95 per cent
Our force Is about as large as that of the police department
in a place the size of Tampa, Florida.
The whole world regards the U.S. Treasury Department's Bu-
reau of Narcotics as a model. "^ ,
The work is dangerous, nerve racking, round-the-clock", yet
there is something which makes crusaders of all who enaaae In
It. They respond beyond the call of duty. .
Our enemy Is artfully cunning.
The seller Is satisfied, and the user won't tell.
u.j There ai"e n complaints as In crimes like robberies and
kidnapping. Not one witness before the Senate Crime Committee
would reveal his source of supply, through fear of consequences.
We work completely undercover, and must come up with the
corpus delicti (evidence) at the conclusion of the investigation
We are severely handicapped by court decisions relating to
searcn and seizure, and must rely on state prosecution in many
C41963.
We need a law which will put the peddler away longer than
16 months.
The House of Representatives passed such a bill. It Is pend-
ing In the Senate. These cruel e<>lolters deserve greater pun-
ishment.
If we had. 1,000 agentswithout a mandatory sentence law
we would still be on a treadmill; a merry-go-round tno reference
to this column).
Recently a notorious trafficker with five narcotic-law con-
victions received a suspended sentence.
Harold Normandale is an addict with over 100 arrests, includ-
ing one for rape, murder, and many for narcotics.
He peddled narcotics to take care of his own addiction. Thla
type creates addicts. There are thousands like him.
They have no sense of moral responsibility. They would
without hesitation, shoot heroin Into the radiant veins of your
15-year-old daughter, and send her into prostitution to get money
for the heroin they pump Into her innocent body, yet such ped-
dlers get off with suspended sentences.
The addict must be quarantined in the city hospitals.
Baltimore has the distinction of being the first city to set
aside 10 beds for the disintoxlcatlon and rehabilitation of druir
addicts. ^
Limitation on manufacture of narcotic drugs and control of
international distribution have been accomplished through eight
trestles.
The United Nations is now working on a plan to limit opium
production to world medical needs.
This is the goal I have been working for at every Internation-
al conference I have attended since 1931.
Such an agreement would be the greatest achievement so
far attained toward suppressing the abuse of narcotic drugs
throughout the world.
Present sources of our Illicit narcotics are Italy, Iran, Tur-
key, India, Greece, Communist China, and Mxico.
Mxico is doing good work with airplanes and troops to sup-
press illicit opium cultivation. Other source countries please take
note.
Reports of large-scale drug addiction throughout the world
reflect a post-war phenomenon, and a Jittery world.
About 1947 we had the traffic under control. Prison wardens
reported an absence of addicted criminals. The population of our
Lexington narcotic hospital had fallen to such an extent tha*
a move was under way to abolish the hospital.
I urged all to stand by and to prepare. We could feel It earn-
ing here and abroad. Warnings went unheeded.
In the past two years it rolled in like an engulfing surf.
Finality in dealing with the International traffic must'bo
reached.
Its continued existence and evergreen activity is a sad reflec-
tion on the world's lack of joint determination to be done wjth
these plague carriers whose God is auri sacra fames (the accurs-
ed thirst for gold). >
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 31, 151

Senators Declare For Upping
Liquor, Tobacco, Other Taxes
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 (UP) The Senate Finance
Committee voted tentatively yesterday to increase excise
taxes on liquor, tobacco, automobile*, electrical appliances
and other items by an estimated $1,045,000,000 a year.
In a daylong session which failed to complete action
on all proposed excise levies, the Committee approved most
of the excise tax increases already voted by the House.
These included an increase of one cent a package
on cigarettes, $1 a barrel on beer and 26 cents for an 85-
proof fifth of whiskey.
The committee also approved the House provision to
increase the Federal tax on gasoline from one and one-
hall to two cents a gallon.
Pattially offsetting the propos-
ed increases, the committee ac-
cepted a House provision to re-
peal the present 3 1-3 pr cent
tax on electrical energy.
This would mean a savings of
about $104,000,000 a year for do-
mestic and commercial users of
electricity.
The committee went beyond
the House in voting a 10 per cent
saWfrtax on the manufacturers'
price of electric vacuum clean-
ers, washing machines and gar-
baM:?rSaameUCe. It. approved f^MtA tid0l
Ho-.se Drooosals to applv a 10
per cent manufacturers' excise
tax on nower mowers and several
othe- electrical appliances not
now taxed.
But It relected the House pro-
vision to apply this tax to elec-
tric razors on grounds that they
compete with untaxed razors
was raised to eight per centas
In the House bill.
These Increases would yield a-
bout $117.000,000 a year.
By yesterday's action, the Sen-
ate committee would Increase
the yelld of federal excise tares
by about $1,045.000,000. less the
reductions for electrical energy
and some other minor cuts In
existing levies.
This would be about $36,000.-
000 more than the House bill
would raise on the same Items.
EC Aid Slashes
As False Economy
WASHINGTON. Aug. 31 (UP)
I President Truman accused
.Congress of false economy yes-
mnete with untaxed razors. terday for cutting his $8.500,000.-
The committee also approved 000 f0relgn aid program, but 11
the House nrovislon to raise from I senators responded by opening a
sevt-i to 10 per cent the present
excise on the manufacturers'
price of pas.sencer automobiles
and motorcvcles.Thls would raise
an estimated $196,000.000 a year.
Tie present manufacturers'
exci e of five per cent on trucks,
buses, truck trailers and automo-
bile parts and accessories also
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
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Eenton to MacCarthy: 'Quit or Be Bounced'
BY JANE GREER
(Fs* Erskine Johnson, who Is on
vacation)
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) After
you have been In Hollywood for
some time. If you're astute at all,
you will learn to discern what
I choose to call "floating phras-
I'm sure every industry has Its
equivalent In this form of double
talk, but this type can only be
found In Hollywood.
"This role we are offering you
Is the chance of a career. It's a
switch. It will open up a whole
new field for you."
When a producer starts telling your head up:
and you know It. The scene Is
supposed to flow and It hovers
like a lead balloon.
"How do you like the effect?
Look at the mood," Is pyre alibi.
It is used when your face looks
like a rellectlon In the Hall of
Mirrors at Coney Island,
You've been stretched out of
proportion, your forehead looks
like the booty at a taffy pull,
your eyes are egg shaped, with
the egg standing on one end, and
this guy talks about mood and
effect. ,
If you tell him what kind of
mood it has effected in you, he
screams. "Well. I told you to keep
Presents
Today, Friday, Aug. 31
P.M.
3:jCollector's Corner
4:00Music Without Words
4:15David Rose Show
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Lean Back and Listen
6:15Evenins Salon (request).
7:00Movor of Casterbrldge
(BBC i
7 30-BLUE RIBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Joioan
8:00NEWS and Commentary
Raymond Swing (VOAi
8:15Musical Notebook (VOA)
8:45Facts on Parade (VOA)
9:00The Jazz Club (VOA)
9:30Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:45Sports World and Tune of
Day (VOA i
10:00cavalcade of America
(VOA i
10:30Time for Music (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Oil
Saturr.av. Sept. 1
A.M.
6:00Sign On
6:09Alarm Clock Club
7.30Jazz Salon
8:15NEWS (VOAi
8:30^-Crack of Gold (BBC)
8:46The Duke Steps Out
9:00NEWS
8:f5_Women's World (VOAi
9:30^-A'( I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
ll:00-^News
11:0*Off the Record (Contd.)
11:10Meet the Band
12:06NEWS
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12:05NEW TUNE TIMEPAN-
AMUSICA
12:30Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personalitv Parade
1:45Tour de France 2:00Latin American Serenade
2:15 Date For Danclns
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands'
3:0/JAmerican Band Concert
3:15The Little Show
3:30McLean's Program
3:45Musical Interlude
4:00Let's Dance
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Guest Star
drive for even deeper slashes.
Mr. Truman told his weekly
news conference that cuts of a-
bout $1,000.000.000, already ap-
proved bv the House and Senate
committees, threaten to upset
the whole applecart of European
rearmament.
His eleventh-hour warning ap-
parently fell on deaf ears In the
[ Senate which Is currently debat-
ing the big aid bill. '
Sen. Everett M. Dirksen, R..
111., announced that he anci 10
other Senators will sponsor an
amendment for an additional
$500.000.000 cut in the economic
aid secton of the measure.
He sad his co-sponsors Include
two Democrats. Sens. Harry F.
Bvrd, Va.. and John L. McClel-
lan Ark., and eight Republicans.
Dirksen warned thai America
can commit "fiscal suicide" by
overspending In an effort to pre-
vent attack from without.
Mr. Truman said the cut are
particularly regrettable at this
point in the military and econo-
mic aid programs
He said there is no economy hi
jeopardizing the programs and
, the billions that already have
' been poured Into them Just when
they show signs of paying divi-
dends.
While conceding his fight ap-
pears hopeless Mr. Truman said
he has no lntentlo nof giving up
IT'S IN THE BAG. LUCKILY-Only the fact that his wide',
leather carrying case, loaded with pluteholders, was hanging in {
front of his body saved Photographer Howard Wagner, of Cheyenne,
Wyo., from being badly gored when this enraged Brahma bull
charged him. Wagner was photographing Cheyenne's famous
"Frontier Days" rodeo. The bull charged a group of photographer
and hit Wagner full-on but his hooking horn hit the leather case.
One of his hoofs can be seen between the lensman's feet. This
spectacular action photo was taken by a Union Pacific Railroad
cameraman who fled after snapping his shutter.
Truman Says Oatis Case
Definitely Not Closed
you your talents have been wast-
ed on other, poorer roles, look
out.
"Don't worry, honey the direc-
tor will take care of that. It will
all be changed on the set."
This cure-all takes wings when
you bring in your script and
point out some Incongruity.
For instance, in one of my first
parts In pictures when I was 18,
I wai assigned a role that had
been written originally for Mar-
lene Dietrich.
It couldn't have surprised me
more than if Little Eva had been
oast as Simon Legree, but the
"don't worry" line worked on me,
and I'm sure it will be used again.
"You were Just too good," is the
preface, believe It or not, to be-
ing cut out of the picture.
"The audience reaction," you
are told, "was so Intense during
the scene you were doing, we
were afraid they'd never follow
the plot again."
Apparently, some people would
rather have an all dull film than
one high spot to lighten the load.
"What do you want to do, give
them tob much entertainment?"
is the variation of the above
which Is applied to musical
films.
You can bet. without looking,
that your best song and dance
number Is on the cutting room
floor.
"Honey, you can't tell a thing
without the music. Walt till we
get some music underneath the
scene,"
A thousand violins won't pro-
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 (UP)
President Truman said today
the case of William N. Oatis
definitely is not closed and will
not be until the American
newspaper reporter Is freed
from a Communist jail In
Czechoslovakia.
He made the statement at
his news conference In com-
menting on Czech Ambassador
Vladimir Prochazka's remark
Wednesday that the Oatis case
is closed from a judicial point
of view.
Mr. Truman's blunt state-
ment served as a sharp re-
remlnder to the Prague regime
that the United States has a
powerful voice in whether the
imprisonment of one of Its
citizens is a closed case or a
heated international issue.
This country's determination
to keep the Oatis case in the
latter category already Is
ing demonstrated bv deeds as
well as words, informed quar-
ters disclosed.
--/ * They said the United States
The Summer Recreation Pro-, nas smarted secret pressures on
gram at Margarita was conclud-1 Czechoslovakia and probably
ed Thursday night with a family wm crack down openly on Czech
night at the schootl gymnasium. | lra(ie next week.
I've had producers say some-
thing like this: "Jane. I've got a
part for vou; it Isn't the lead but
vou get the role with the meat in
It. You can do more with It be-
cause you don't have to worry
about carrying the picture."
If you listen closely or look at
the script, the producer is trying
to say the part is better than the
second or third lead.
Neophytes In that business will
be subjected to a pitch that
sounds like this: "Girlie, were
going to start the ball rolling. We
want to let 'em know you're here.
Not only in the hometown but
right here In Hollywood. You ve
got to be seen."
This means get ready for
cheesecake. How anyone can tell
what you look like posed as a
witch on a broomstick for Hal-
lowe'en is more than I can un-
derstand.
"Let's gimmick tltls up" Is a
director's phrase that any good
actress will consider an insult
"Just pull your left ear" he will
say "and that will Indicate to
the' audience that you're angrv."
Every time you tug at the lobe,
the audience will know that a
storm Is brewing.
Another example. Is the gen-
tle punch on the chin the hero
gives the heroine as he leaves her
following a near violent love
storm.
If he raps her on the button,
saying "So long, Butch," you
know they are buddies no more..
It says here.
And finally, there is one "float-
Sen. William Benton
Sen. Joseph McCarthy
Sen. William Benton (D., Conn.) placed Sen. Joseph McCar-
thy (R., Wise.) in a new role when he called on the Wiscon-
sin Redhunter to resign his Senate seat or be kicked out by
the body. Benton introduced a resolution directing the Sen-
ate Rules Committee to Investigate McCarthy's role in last
year's Maryland Senatorial race and "other acts" with a view
toward "expulsion." McCarthy replied the resolution would
jnake Benton "the hero of every Communist and crook In
and out of the government." ,
defense. It's 3 sort of pre-alibi
that actually doesn't float. It
sneaks up on you.
This is the way It goes. Before
a picture starts, the cameraman
walks up to you and sayst
"You have a nice face."
"Thank you," you say.
"You have a very nice face. A
very nice face. One of the nicest
laces I've seen."
"Thanks again."
"I mean It. You have a very
nice face. You shouldn't be- hard
to photograph at all. A very nice
face. I've seen much, much
worse than this. What do they
mean... a problem?"
It's a good way to frighten you
away from seeing yourself on tht
screen.
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Nearly everyone, at soma time or other,'
overindulges in drink or food, out there's
no need to suffer unnecessarily or "sweat it
out." Keep Eno handy for pleasant, speedy
relief. At all druggists.
TAKE GOOD-TASTING ENO
Summer Recreation
Program Concluded
By Family Night
Arts and craft work done dur-
ing the summer was attractively
displayed to show the actual use
for which the various Items were
made. ll.
The arts and crafts activities
were directed by Mrs. Henry
Keene.
As part of the final family
night, youngsters from about 8
to 12 performed four square
dances learned during the sum-
mer.
Refreshments were served to
about 250 children and adults at
I he program.
Mrs. Elurtan Shaw
Dies; Funeral Set
For Tomorrow P.M.
Mrs. Elurtan Shaw. 71, died
vesterday atternoon at the San-
to Tomes following a heart at-
tack. Mrs. Shaw, a native of
The retaliatory measures are
being kept secret for a while-
giving the Czechs an opportun-
ity to free Oatis without ad-
mitting publicly that they yield-
ed to pressure.
Prochazka said Wednesday,
after a 30-mlnute dressing down
bv Secretary of State Dean
Acheson, that his country will
not yield to any U. 8. economic,
political or propaganda pres-
sures to release Oatls,
But when he was asked) If he
meant that there was no chance
of getting Oatis freed, he re-
plied, no comment.
Diplomatic circles believed
that the State Department is;
giving Czechoslovakia one last,
chance to free Oatis In a com-
paratively graceful manner.
Oatis, former Associated
Press bureau manager In'
Prague, Is serving a 10-year
sentence on spy charges which
the United States has denounc-
ed as a complete hoax.
Unless the Czechs give some
. satisfactory answer to U. 8.
be- I demands for his release by next
week, informants said, the
United States will be ready to:
1.Bar all American exports
to Czechoslovakia.
2.Bar Czech commercial
airliners from flying their re-
gular routes over Western Ger-
many. This move would be
backed by Britain and France,
and would severely curtain the
far-flung Czech commercial
aviation Industry.
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IS
Wilson and DiSalle Concede
Inflation Cannot Be Stopped
WASHINGTON, Aug. 31 (UPi
Defense Mobilizer Charles E.
Wilson and Price Stabilizer
Michael V. DiSalle acknowledg-
ed yesterday that Inflation
cannot be whipped completely,
but urged Congress to give
them a law that will at least
slow it down."
They said three provisions
written into the price control
law by Congress make It Im-
possible to put the brakes on
Manchester. Jamaica, had been inflation and eventually will
Va., said there "is no chance In
the world to get repeal of the
Capehart amendment."
But on his motion, the com-
mittee asked Wilson and DiSalle
to rewrite the amendment to
make It more "workable" and
still keep It In line with "the
Intent of Congress."
DiSalle said that even If the
three provisions are changed
they will not provide a "perfect"
price control law.

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suffering from the cardiac ail-
ment for a lonv. time.
Funeral services will be held
tomorrow afternoon at Seventh
Day Adventlst Church (21st St.
Guachapel i with Elder E. A.
Dunn officiating. The cortege
will leave the. church at 4
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The bodv will lie at the church
from 1 p.m.
Mrs. Shaw Is survived by her
son Ronald iRonnle) Shaw and
of
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for the Amador Cemetery where
6:15ZMasterworks from Farnce .interment will take place.
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(RDF I
6:45American Folk Songs
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(RDFi
7:3 7:45Jam Session
8:00Newsieel U.S.A. (VOAi
8:15Opera Conceit (VOAi
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8:15Stamp Club (VOAi
9:30Radio Amateur Program
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9:45 Sports and Tune of Day
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10:i-xThe HOG Hit Parade
11:0The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
catch consumers in the middle
of a business-labor "scramble"
lor higher wages and prices.
The mobilization chieis testi-
fied before the Senate Banking
committee in support of Pres- _.....
ident Truman's request for re- | impossible,
peal ot two price-boosting
But he said thev "will give
us an act under which we can
move forward with a sound and
workable stabilization program.
H said an "absolute holding
of the price line" probably is
amendments to the new con-
trols law and restoration of
authority to impose slaughter-
ing quotas to break-up meat
black markets.
six grandchildren three
whom are in New York City.
Army Reveals Firing
Ranges For Sept.
Range N-19: Will be used for
.surface and AA firing using
40mm, 20mm. 5 and 3 inch guns,
also low altitude bombing and
strafing, with high explosive am-
munition from 8 a.m. till 4 p.m.
dally 1-30 September 1951 Max-
imum ordlnate 54.000 feet, max-
imum horizontal range 17.000
vards. Danger area is: An area
15 miles square, the center of
which is 18 miles NNW of Toro
Wilson went even further un-
der questioning by Sen. Everett
M. Dirksen. R.. 111.
The senator criticized the
"escalator" plan for cost-of-llv-
i Ing Increases in many labor-
They appeared to have scant. management contracts and
1 asked the mobilization boss:
"Haven't you built an auto-
matic inflation engine and you
can't even stop it If we gave
you 100,000 people to enforce
the law?"
chance of sucess.
Committee Chairman Burnet
R. Maybank, D., 8. C, predict-
ed that Congress win no. tut
the ban on live-stock slaughter.
quotas.
There also was strong Ro |
publican-Southern Democratic 1
opposition to changing the two
price amendments.
One Is the so-called Cape-
hart amendment which permits
sellers to raise prices to cover'
all direct and indirect cost In-
creases since the start of the
Korean war. The other guar-
antees retailers and wholesalers
their customary pre-Korean,
percentage markups on all pro- j
ducts.
ben. A. Willis Robertson, D.. I
[Panama Canal Clubhouses
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Saturday "Captain Horatio Hornblowcr"
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Saturday "GOODBYE. MY FANCY"
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Salurday "LUCKY. NICK CAIN"
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Sunday "WOMAN ON PIFK 'U
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Sunday 'J.IJU.ABYOFBROADWAY"
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and Introducing the world famous Clown EMMETT KELLY
with Julie LONDON Clinton SUNDBERG
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Leticia Palma
Antonio Bad, in
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Vlveca Llndfors In
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Also: Yvonne Dc Carlo, in
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replied,
down."
can't stop It."
"but you can
Wilson
slow It
Trading With Reds
LONDON. Aug. 31 (UP)An
official here disclosed today
that Britain started exporting
red herrings to Russia this
week for the first time sines
1940.
ONLY 6 MORE DAYS for "URBANO FAKIR" to fulfill his promise
to spend 30 DAYS WITHOUT FOOD or DRINK inside a casket!
SEE "URBANO" at the MAYO THEATRE
"B" Avenue (opposite the International Hotel)
fighting his courageous battle against death!
BE THERE. . to see the VICTORIOUS "URBANO" when the casket is opened I




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PANAMA, R. P., VIERNES, AGOSTO 31. 1951
TINCO CENTr.SPV'MI
Los comunistas
siguen firmes 1
Lanzan tre# nuevos cargos contra las tropas de
las Naciones Unidas por presuntas violaciones
TOKIO, agosto 31. (UP).
Un portavoz de las Naciones
Unidas predijo la reanudacin
de las conversaciones de ar-
misticio a pesar de otras tres
acusaciones comunistas sobre
resuntas violaciones de la neu-
ralldad de Kaesong. las que
estn siendo investigadas por
el Comando de las Naciones
Unidas.
Aunque hasta el momento no
hay ninguna- respuesta oficial
de los comunistas a la pro-
puesta del General Rldgway de
que los rojos reanuden las con-
versaciones, el Mayor James A.
MacMaster de la Fuerza Area
le di)o a loa periodistas oue
"no hay Indicios de que las
conversaciones de armisticio se-
rn suspendidas permanente-
mente.
El Mayor MacMaster agreg
que "estamos listos a reunir-
nos con los delegados comu-
nistas cuando ellos quieran".
Mientras tanto, un despacho
de la base de avanzada de las
Naciones Unidas en Munsan al
Sur de Kaesong dijo que el
Comando de las Naciones U-
nldas est investigando las tres
ltimas quejas comunistas.
MacMaster Inform que el
General Van Fleet. Comandan-
te del Octavo Ejrcito haba
ordenado una investigacin de
las dos acusaciones comunistas
de que el personal armado de
las Naciones Unidas habia ata-
cado la zona neutral cerca del
puente de Pan Mun el jueves
en la maana y que atacaron
a la Polica Militar comunista
cerca de Choglam, una milla
dentro de la zona neutral. Los
comunistas tambin alegan que
un avin aliado dej caer una
luz de bengala sobre Kaesong.
En cuanto a los cargos co-
munistas, MacMaster dijo que
"no puedo juzgar sus motivos,
pero todo indica que ellos quie-
ren hacernos quedar mal ante
los ojos del mundo".
Intempestivamente clausrase! G. Bretaa no
la reunin de la uEconosoc
Crea centro de observacin
el tribunal tutelar para
los menores delincuentes
El quince de los corrientes i>e-
; inaugurado al Centro d 0?-
trvaoln para menores en el
edificio donde funciona el Tri-
bunal tutelar de Menores tu el
relleno de Barraza.
El- local ser acondicionado
convenientemente, y servir pa-
ra recluir all a todos los n.c-
.ores que sean capturados por
la polica y la Secreta, a fin de
------------ ' -i _
Ayer declar ante
el Fiscal Tercero
el Lie. D. Sil vera
Ayer declaro ante el Fiscal
Tercero del Circuito, el Licen-
ciado Didacio Silvera en rela-
cin a la denuncia que inter-
puso el Gerente del Seguro So-
cial, Licenciado Manuel Solis
Palma, en el sentido de que
el seor Silvera retir 500 bal-
boas de dicha Institucin para
hacer un viaje a Costa Rica y
Guatemala sin previa autori-
zacin de la Junta directiva de
la Caja.
Reitere en su declaracin el
Licenciado Silvera que al reti-
rar dicha suma lo hizo con el
objeto de ir a conferenciar a
Costa Rica y Guatemala con
los directores del Seguro Social
de dichos pases, y que el via-
je tenia la aprobacin de tres
miembros de la junta directi-
va, los seores Aurelio Guar-
dia. Domingo Barra Ortega y
Carlos Q. liaza.
De acuerdo con la declara-
cin del seor Didacio Silvera,
* la rt na Col I)
que no sean enviados a la Crcel
Modelo, tal como sucede ahora.
El problema de los menores
ha alcanzado proporciones alar-
mantes pues se encuentran en
la Modelo nias de catorce y
quince aos de edad, que est?n
a rdenes del tribunal hasta
por ua mes y que no han podi-
do ser Juzgadas por dicho orga-
nismo, y no hay por otra parte
otro sitio donde recluirlas. Tam-
bin resolver este centro el ca-
to de los menores que estn re-
cluidos en la modelo alternando
con maleantes profesionales y
que tampoco hay donde re-
cluirlos.
Todos estos j venas'serin e-
mitidos al Centro de Observa-
cin donde estarn hasta tanto
>t Juzgue au caso y si son con-
denados, permanecern all has-
ta cumplir su condena.
Este es el primer centro de
reclusin que s ha organizado
desde que se fund el Tribunal
Tutelar de Menores-
La Asociacin de
Profesores tiene
reunin maana
El Secretario General de la
Asociacin de Profesores de la
Repblica de Panam, Profesor
Jos del c Luzcando M, cita p<>-
cste medio a todos los miembios
dt la Junta Directiva a la .se-
sin que se efectuar maana
sbado lo de septiembre de
1931 en el Instituto Nacional a
las diez de la maana. Dada la
importancia de la reunin se
espera puntual asistencia.
Designa su defensor
el Dr. Arnulfo Arias
Esta maana el doctor Ar-
nulfo Arias design al doctor
Harmodlo Arlas como su defen-
sor en la investigacin que se
sigue en relacin con los su-
cesos ocurridos en esta ciudad
del 7 al 10 fle mayo de este
ao.
El doctor Harmodlo Arias ha
expresado ya su aceptacin de
dicho cargo de defensor.
Hacen solicitud al
Ministro Bermdez
clubes de Leones
Se nos ha enviado la siguien-
te resolucin para su publica-
cin:
Resolucin No. 1 del Gabine-
te del vice-Gobernador, regln
de Panam, Aguadulce 26 de
agosto de ftSl.
Mediante la cual se pide hon-
rar la memoria de una edu-
cadora poniendo su nombre a
una escuela de enseanza se-
cundaria.
El Gabinete del vice-Gober-
nador de los clubes de Leones
de la regln de Panam:
CONSIDERANDO:
lo.Que una de las finali-
dades de los Clubes de Leones
en el mundo entero es exaltar
la memoria de aquellos ciuda-
danos meritorios que contribu-
yen al engrandecimiento patrio.
2o.Que la seorita Isabel
Herrera O. (q.e.p.d.) dedic u
vida a servir con honradez y
eficiencia la causa de la edu-
cacin nacional.
3o.Que sus mayores esfuer-
zos y energas los dedic a la
superacin de la Escuela Profe-
sional, a la cual Imprimi vida
y dinamismo para que pudie-
ra ir creciendo de acuerdo con
las exigencias educativas en un
mundo que cambia constante-
mente.
4o.Que fuertes ncleos de
la opinin pblica han mani-
festado en repetidas ocasiones
que la Escuela Profesional debe
drsele por nombre "Isabel He-
rrera O."
6o.Que dar el nombre de
Isabel Herrera O. a la Escuela
Profesional constituye un acto
de justicia para con una edu-
cadora abnegada y luchadora
cuya obra ha Ido ms all de
los linderas patrios.
RESUELVE:
lo.Solicitar, respetuosamen-
te, al Ministro de Educacin,
(Pasa i P*( Col 21
No pudo cumplirse el
programa de trabajo
de algunos delegados
Sorpresivamente fue clausurada anoche la Segunda
Sesin Extraordinaria del Consejo Interamericano Econmico
y Social, luego de romperse la prctica de la unanimidad
al resultar denegada una proposicin norteamericana refe-
rente a considerandos sobre tarifas y fletes discriminatorios.
La solicitud norteamericana habla paralizado las labo-
res de la Comisin de Transportes de Emergencia, mante-
nindose los pases latinoamericanos firmes en su decisin
de dejar establecidos hechos concretos sobre los problemas
de transporte del Continente.
En la sesin de anoche, ei
delegado argentino present sor-
presivamente una mocin soli-
citando que "en la fijacin de
precios a materias primas y
productos alimenticios fuera re-
conocida una adecuada compen-
sacin, tanto para el productor
como para el obrero, que le per-
mita elevar su nivel de vida".
Esta proposicin fu combatida
pot los delegados de Chile, Guc-
lemala y Mxico, quienes arg-
yeron que la proposicin pro-
ducirla un desbalanee entre les
clases agrcolas e industriales
en sus respectivos pases, consi-
derndose adems intempestivo
el proyecto de resolucin.
Tanto el delegado argentino eo
mo los representantes de otros
l'-.c, n la ncn H rnlm-ini H)
Realizaciones de la
reunin de Econosoc
Las realizaciones de la Segunda Sesin Extraordinaria
del Consejo Interamericano Econmico y Social, estn con-
tenidas en las resoluciones que fueron aprobadas en el cur-
so de los once das'que ocup el Consejo en sus delibera-
ciones y que publicamos a continuacin:'
lo.Resolucin sobre Mantenimiento del Poder Adquisitivo
de las Reservas Monetarias.
2o.Resolucin sobre Convocatrola de Reuniones de Ex-
pertos en Materia de Cooperacin Social.
Jo.Repercusiones que producen en las economas latine-
americanas el rgimen laboral existente.
4o.Coordinacin v Cooperacin con la CEPAL.
5o.Plan de Trabajo de la ECONOSOC para 1951-52.
06.Necesidades y disponibilidades de productos escasos.
7o.Colaboracin referente a Materiales Escasos.
8o.Asignaciones y Prioridades de Materiales Escasos.
9o.Actual sistema de Fijacin de Fletes y Seguros.
19o.Inclusin de asistencia tcnica en el campo de la
Prospreccin Minera para 1952.
lo.Financiacin del Programa de Cooperacin Tcnica
de la OEA.
12o.Programa de Cooperacin Tcnica para 1951.
13o.Representacin en la Conferencia Intergubernamen-
tal de la Organizacin Internacional del Trabajo.
14o..Medidas para utilizacin de Transportes de Emergen-
cia.
15o.Recomendar a la OEA el estudio de la creacin de un
Instituto de Ciencias Sociales.
Hace declaraciones
sobre un fallo el
Ministro Ordez
El Ministro, de Gobierno y
Justicia hizo en la maana de
hoy las siguientes declaracio-
nes en relacin con el fallo de
la corte Suprema de Justicia
que declar inconstitucional el
decreto 21 de 1950, que refor-
maba la Ley orgnica del Se-
guro Social.
SI se me llega a demostrar
con argumentos que en la in-
terpretacin que he dado al fa-
llo de la Corte Suprema de Jus-
ticia me he equivocado, no ten-
dra ningn inconveniente en
rectificar, ya que he procedido
de la manera ms honrada y
sin apasionamiento alguno, so-
bre todo porque nadie puede
discutir que el fallo de la Corte
no es explcito en cuanto a pre-
tensiones particulares respecte
a la Gerencia del seguro Social
ante Irn
El Gobierno ingls ya ha comprado tres millones
de toneladas de petrleo norteamericano
La Corte niega
calificacin en
caso de Poveda
La corte Suprema de Justicia
descarta el cargo de "coopera-
dor de tentativa de homicidio"
que el Fiscal del Tribunal Supe-
rior le formula al Licenciado
Juan dp Dios Poveda, en la re-
solucin dictada ayer por medio
de la cual se niega el recurso
de Habeas Corpus interpuesto
a favor del Licenciado Poveda.
Negando el recurso de Ha-
beas Corpus Interpuesto en fa-
vor de poveda por la Licencia-
da Leticia Vincenslnl, la Corte
Indica que "de autos hasta el
presente no consta el dolo es-
pecfico, imputable a Poveda,
elemento esencial, como se sabe,
para que el delito de homicidio,
en cualesquiera de sus modali-
dades, adquiera la tlpicldad re-
querida".
Contina la resolucin dicien-
do: 'es ms, hay constancia en
autos de que la Intervencin
oportuna del detective Newson
Impidi que continuara la agre-
sin de que fu victima el tan-
tas veces mencionado Don Ri-
cardo Adolfo de la Guardia, en-
contrndose ya' dentro del re-
cinto de la Polica Secreta".
En la resolucin de la Corte
Suprema, el Magistrado Dr. Pu-
blio Vsquez salv su voto ex-
fionlendo que 'no crea que en
a actual etapa de la Investiga-
cin hay mrito suficiente para
detener al Licenciado Poveda'
Aprueban en Estados Unidos
aumento en los impuestos de
consumo y sobre automviles
Los cigarrillos, bebidas alcohlicas, utensilios elc-
tricos y otros artculos son afectados
Aumentar sus
prstamos el
Eximpbank
WASHINGTON, agosto SI.
iVt). El presidente del con-
tal* admlnUtrativo del Banco
da Importacin y Exportado',
Herbert Gastn, exhort a la
subcomisin bancaria del Sena-
do, a aprobar un aumento de
nil millones de dlares, en las
autorizaciones al Banco para
hacer prest .jio. Declar que
U autoridad dd Banco para
disponer de fondos del t'toro
con destino a emprstito* al ex-
terior, ae Umita ahor i.5e
sal: ue* de dolares, de ios cua-
les S.eea han sido ya prestados
se hallan comprometidos, lo
deja al Banco "en un
unto bajo pellgroao".
Manifest que el Banco *e-
sha, tonar a mano por lo me-
nos, 5f millones de dlares,
para, circunstancias imprevistas
y pronostic que quiz el Ban-
co restar quinientos millones
de dolaros a los pases rxtran-
sros, en el ao prximo, para
ementar la produccin de los
Materiales estratgico* que ne-
cesita* loe Estados Lnido*.
WASHINGTON, Agosto 31
(UP> La Comisin de Ha-
cienda del Senado aprob provi-
sionalmente un aumento en los
impuestos de consumo en las
ucbldas alcohlicas, tabaco, au-
tomviles utensilios elctricos y
otros artculos.
Se calcula que el aumento de
esos Impuestos de consumo en
los cigarrillos aumentar un
centavo por paquete, un dplar
por barril de cervesa y 28 cen-
tavos por cada cuarto de |I$9
de whisky.
Compensando en algo los au-
mentos propuestos, la Comisin
acord abrogar el Impuesto de
S 1-C oor ciento sobre el con-
sumo elctrico. 8e calcula cue
esa medida economizar 104 ml-
Uone. rie dlares anuales a los
consumidores particulares e in-
dustriales
La Gvu.ir'n aprob ademas
un t puesto de 10 por cle.ito
sobre el precio de fbrica de los
limpiadores y lavadores elctri-
cos, segadoras porttiles y otras
varios aparatos elctricos. La
Comisin tambin deeidl au-
mentar del 5 al 8 por ciento el
impuesto sobre camiones, o.r.-
nibuses y accesorios y repues-
tos de vehculos.
El impuesto sobre automvi-
les fu aumentado del 7 ai 10
por ciento.
Se lucha para
la Conferencia
de
LONDRES, Agosto 31 (UP) f-
ran Bretaa reiter oficial-
mente su firme resolucin de
.o hacer ms concesiones a I-
n y declar que no tenun
ninguna Intencin de reanudar
las conversaciones para la o-
iucln del conflicto petrolero
entre ambos pases.
Un portavos de la Cancillera
declar categricamente en una
conferencia de prensa que Irn
es la parte llamada a dar el
prximo paso". Con sta decic-
racln parece cierto que Gr*n
Bretaa est dispuesta a espe-
rar hasta que Irn decida ha-
cer una propuesta
El Gobierno no espera una
solucin por mucho, tiempo,
creyendo que no habr ningn
cambio favorable en la situa-
cin mientras Mohamed Mo-
ssadegh contine a la cabeza
del Gobierno de Irn.
Por otra parte, Gran Breta-
a ha comenzado a hacer pla-
nes para satisfacer sus necesi-
dades petroleras y suministrar
cilc'no producto a los paises que
han estado comprando petrleo
de Irn.
De acuerdo con los peritos
britnicos, el Gobierno Ingls ya
r.a comprado 3 millones de to-
neladas de petrleo a firmas
norteamericanas para entrega
durante los prximos cuatro
meses.
Se agasajar a dos
Profesores de la U.
Cornell el martes
Los exalumnos en Panam de
ia Universidad Cornell agsa-
jarn el prximo martes a lea
jiolesores T. D. Lewis y H. M.
Glfft con una comida en el ho-
tel "El Panam''.
Los profesores Lewis y Glfft
se encuentran en Panam en
misin especial con la Oficina
de Ingeniera de la Zona el
Canal y prximamente regresa
. n hacerse cargo de sus cte-
dras en la Universidad Cornell
de Ithaca, New York.
Ha sido designado encardado
de este agasajo el Ingeniero
Juan B McKay quien recibir-
ios solicitudes de todas las per-
donas que deseen atender.
Es posible que la seora de
Pern rehuse la candidatura i
presidencial de Argentina A
Un peridico del Brasil public un despacho en el"
que el General Pern hace el anuncio
BUENOS AIRES. Agosto 31
i UP) Despachos de pin..a
de Rio de Janeiro han revivido
ios rumores que la seora Eva
Pern rehusar la candidatura
presidencial del Partido Pert>-
nista en las elecciones genera-
les que se celebrarn en Argen-
tina el 11 de Diciembre.
Segn los citados despachos,
el matutino brasileo "O Mun-
do" escribi que el General Pe-
rn haba informado a un p. -
iodlsta brasileo que los vUil
en la capital Argentina, que la
seora Pern no aceptar la
candidatura. El diario "O Mun-
do" siempre ha sido partidario
de Pern y su director Gerardo
Rocha es amigo personal del
Jefe de Gobierno Argentino.
Sin embargo, el diario oposi-
cionista "La Nacin' es el nico
que hasta ahora ha publicado
el despacho de Ro, con excep-
cin de los peridicos escritos
en Idioma Ingls "Herald'y "hs
Standard", *,,'
Ninguno de los peridicos Pe
ronlstas ha dado cabida en su*
pginas al despacho de la capi-
tal brasilea.
Se han extraviado
unos boletos de la
rifa del M.P.U.
El Magisterio Panameo Uni-
do ha informado que los si-
guientes tiquetes de la Rifa del
Chalet que se Juega el domingo
prximo se han extraviado los
siguientes boletos:
7896 3324 7874 7854 3303 3182
8962 5401 4900 2630 5789 7862
2601 2075 9772 3625 1034 3444
6727 5652 5684 2976 1108 0817
6267 9754 9599 3609 5080 5901
8117 1133 5688 9671 3900 4881
0424 9018 8950 7293 2495 4684
7997 1172 7848 5441 2609.
CISCO
Cayeron en manos
de la Polica dos
cacos colonenses
COLON, agosto 31. Henry
May y Joel Benjamn (alias)
"Sony-Boy", panameos de 20
aos de edad, solteros, sin ofi-
cio alguno, ambos coi. his-
torial pollcivo bastante ex .i.o,
fueron detenidos ayer c* ..io a
las 8.30 p.m. aproximadamente,
por la Polica Secreta de esta
ciudad, acusados esta v : de
hurto.
En efecto, May y Be*..amfn
hicieron ayer tarde una visita
a la residencia de la seorita
Rosa Viales, llevndose prendas
de vestir de la mencionada Jo-
ven y de su compaera de cuar-
to. El denuncio fue pue.sto en
la Polica Secreta y dos horas
ms tarde May y Benjamn
eran arrestados en Calle 10 y
Avenida Santa Isabel, recupe-
rndose todo lo que se hablan
llevado de la residencia de la
seorita Viales.
CONGRESO DE HISTORIA
BUENOS AIRES, agosto 31-
(SE). Bajo los auspicios del
gobierno argentino se realizar
en Buenos Aires el primer con-
greso intersmericano de histo-
ria y arte religioso. Las sesio-
nes tendrn lugar entre el 22
y e 27 de septiembre del ao
entrante.
Acheson dirige la estrategia
contra los movimientos de los
rojos frente al Tratado de Paz
SAN FRANCISCO, Agosto 31 (UP) El Secretario
de Estado Dean Acheson llegar hoy en la tarde a San
Francisco para comenzar las conferencias sobre la firma
del tratado de paz con el Japn y dirigir la estrategia con-
tra los movimientos del bloque sovitico para impedir la
firma de dicho tratado.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS Di
22,300
La delegacin sovitica de 40
hombres, llegar maana s-
bado por tren, encabezada por
Andrei Gromyko.
Un portavoz de la delegacin
de Estados Unidos predijo que
Acheson.' el Embajador John
Foster Dulles y sus principales
ayudantes no perdern tiempo
en conseguir apoyo para la es-
trategia destinada a evitar que
los soviticos hagan fracasar
la conferencia de 52 naciones
que debe inaugurarse el'prxi-
mo martes.
Se espera que Gromyko pre-
sente a la conferencia un tra-
tado de paz preparado por los
jvitlcos. pero ste ser re-
chazado de pi-.no por la gran
mayora de !?s naciones no co-
muh--*8
La *striLegia roja, es posi-
ble que Incluya la discusin de .
todos los problemas orientales,
inclusive la guerra de Corea.
8in embargo, la contraestra-
tegla aliada que se encuentra
en consideracin incluye los si-
guientes movimientos:
11 Rechazo de cualauler mo-
vimiento sovitico para conse-
guir que la China Roja sea
I
admitida en la conferencia.
2) Eleccin del Embajador
de Australia en Estados Unidos,
Percy Spender, como presiden-
te de la conferencia para que
bloquee a Gromyko cuando es-
te trate de molestar. Aunque
Acheson puede ser nombrado
Presidente, se ha considerado
que el Secretario de Estado es
ms til fuera de la presidencia
para que se enfrente a Gro-
myko.
8) Adoncln de un regla-
mento rgido para la conferen-
cia que mantenga las discu-
siones al grano y cortas. Si
Gromyko quiere discutir todos
los problemas orletalea, podr
ser llamado al'orden.
En una forma tpicamente
sovitica, los representantes de
Gromyko alquilaron una man-
sin de 46 habitaciones a 16
millas de San Francisco para !a
delegacin sovitica, y no en
el hotel St. Francis, como se
tenia planeado.
Los rusos rechazaron todas
las ofertas oficales para el
arreglo de los medios de trans-
porte y alojamiento.
Por deficiente han
devuelto expediente
sobre unos sucesos
El Magistrado del Tribunal
Superior, don Carlos Guevara,
orden devolver el expediente
sobre la muerte del Mayor Lez-
cano Gmez, el Teniente Juan
B. Flores, el Lie. Rubn Qulrs
Aponte, Ramn Antonio Ehr-
man, David Medina, Alvaro Te-
mlstocles Testa y otros, por
considerar que "la Investigacin
an est imperfecta, pues se
han practicado incompletamen-
te algunas diligencias procesa-
les," "mientras que por otra
parte se han dejado de prac-
ticar otros no menas impor-
tantes dillgenciamelntos" que
tienden a "arrojar mayor luz
sobre tales hechos".
El Magistrado Guevara ano-
ta treinta y cinco puntos para
la ampliacin que solicita y or-
dena que una vez ejecutoriado
el auto sea remitido al despa-
cho del representante del Mi-
nisterio Pblico.
Perece una mujer y un hombre
al borde de la tumba en doble


hecho de sangre ayer en Coln
Walter Vermont ultim a su concubina Genoveva
McFaven y luego trat de suicidarse con
la misma arma
MITIGAS
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, agos-
to 31. (SE>. Los obreros de
la compaa de gas de Valpa-
raso efectuaron un paro de 24
horas como apoyo al pliego de
peticiones de mejoramiento eco-
nmico. Los servicios esencia-
les no sufrieron perjuicios por
el movimiento.
Los empleados de la "Caja
de Prevision de Empleados Par-
ticulares" efectuaron hoy un
osro de sus labores, por no ha-
brseles concedido el prstamo
personal solicitado oor todos
ellos a la gerencia de la em-
presa El conflicto est siendo
tramitado por voceros de la ge-
rencia y de los empleados.
o
COLON, agosto 31. JB).
Genoveva McFaven. Panamea,
morena de 35 aos de edad,
falleci anoche en el hospital
Amador Guerrero, vctima de
dos heridas que le caus con
un punzn de hielo, el seor
Walter Vermont, quien se en-
cuentra a su vez hospitalizado.
El homicida Vermont trat
de quitarse la vida con el mis-
mo punzn que utiliz Dar ul-
timas a Genoveva. El doble
hecho de sangre ocurri ayer
tarde en Calle 3 y Avenida
Sesiona Sociedad
de Arte Dramtico
La secretaria de Prenda y
Piopaganda de la Sociedad de
Aile Dramtico avisa por Cite
medio a todos los interesaos
que maana sbado lo. de sup-
.licmbre se llevar a cabo en lia-
dio Pacifico, Central 47. una
importante reunin. Tambin se
I avisa al pblico que a las 4 30
[de la tarde se radiar el pro-
clama cultural de la Socicoarl
!a travs de Radio Pacifico. 870
kc, onda larga, donde se rifar-n
premios obsequiados por el co-
mercio entre las personas que
contesten acertadamente las
pieguntas educativas que se La-
gan, enviando una carta a d:-
dio Pacifico El pblico en
ncral est Invitado a slnton.z?;-
este ameno programa.
1
Bolvar, en el cuarto en qu
ambos llevaban vida comn, en
la casa nmero 3013.
Cuando Vermont crey qua
habia asesinado a su compa- fl
era, con dos heridas en el
abdomen, trat entonces de ma-
tarse, dndose varias punzadas
a si mismo, hasta quedar casi
exnime. Ambos fueron con
ducldos al Hospital Amador
Guerrero, en donde la mujer
falleci anoche y el hombre es- ,
t entre la vida y la muerte.
Se nos informa que ambas
personas haban estado liban-
do copas en una cantina mo-
mentos antes de la tragedla.
En erupcin un
volcn en Lago
de Nicaragua
MANAGUA, agosto 31. iUPl.1
El volcn Concepcin, de la i
isla Ometepe, de 1.500 kilme- 2
tros cuadrados, la isla de ma- ;
yor superficie del Lago Grana*
da y que hizo su ltima eruo- ]
clon en 1928, entro en actli
vidad otra vez arrojando gr
des piedras incandescentes
mantienen en zoTObra a la
blacin Islea de 1,500 hat
tantes.
Una enorme columna de
mo y cenizas que el viefK
arroja a 75 kilmetros de tanda se levanta del crter
volcn.
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PAGINA DOS
I. rANAMA AMKRICA DIARIO IDEPENDIENTr
VIERNES. AGOSTO 31. lSf
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de WASHINGTON
Por DREW PEARSON
a sus 1*1..i
LA CLAUSURA DE LA CONFERENCIA
ECONMICA Y SOCIAL
Aver tuvo lugar la sesin solemne de clausura
de la Conferencia del Consejo Inleramericano Eco-
' noiiiuo y Social. Lleg, pues, a su fin la interesan-
te conferencia que, como dijimos al referirnos a
su inauguracin, tiene una trascendental importan-
cia en los momentos actuales que vive el conti-
nente.
i'ara poder realizar a fondo la labor efectiva
de la Conferencia es preciso tener a la vista los
informes completos, por lo menos de todas las re-
soluciones adoptadas en las sesiones plenarias, los
cuales todava no es tiempo de que estn en circu-
lacin. Sin embargo, basndose en las noticias dia-
rias publicadas por la prensa bien se puede hacer
una apreciacin general acerca de los resultados
de la conferencia.
En primer trmino es conveniente establecer
la importancia que envuelve el hecho de que en
esta etapa de emergencia mundial, se hayan con-
gregado representantes de los veintin pases del
hemisferio para discutir en torno a los graves pro-
blemas econmicos y sociales que gravitan sobre el
continente y, de manera especial, frente al serio
peligro de una guerra universal.
No puede negarse que si slo se hubiese lo-
grado que las delegaciones todas conociesen entre
s H pensamiento al respecto de todos los gobier-
nos americanos, ello bastara para considerarse co-
mo un apreciable esfuerzo la conferencia mencio-
naba. Y esto sera as porque lo urgente es que
todos y cada uno de los pases comprendan y co
no/can las dudas, las necesidades y los problemas
que ellos confrontan. Y si en esta conferencia, en
'runos casos no se hubieren solucionado ciertos
problemas, el hecho de que ya se hayan planteado
justifica la creencia de que muy pronto el Conse-
jo Interaniericano Econmico y Social en su fun-
cionamiento permanente har lo posible por con-
ciliar las aspiraciones colectivas hasta donde lo
permitan las circunstancias.
"El Panam-Amrica" despide muy cordial-
mente a las distinguidas delegaciones que han re-
presentado a los gobiernos americanos en esta con-
ferencia celebrada en nuestra Repblica y formu-
la sus mejores votos porque los resultados de la
misma se traduzcan en adecuadas realizaciones que
beneficien a los pueblos de Amrica.
Harry J. Anslinger dice: Los nios son destruidos por el
traficante en drogas; el trfico de narcticos es bas-
tante enredado y requiere gran habilidad.
Mientras Drew Per*on se
encuentra en vacaciones, el
Carrusel de Washington ser
escrito por varios colamnistas
distinguidos. Hoy le toca el
turno al seor Harry j, Aits-
linger, Comisionado de Nar-
cticos de Estados Unidos y
representante de ese pas an-
te la Comisin de Narcti-
cos de las Naciones Unidas.
Kn los circuios internaciona-
les se considera al seor Ans-
linger como la ms grande
autoridad en narcticos en la
actualidad.
PURO HILO
A Precios de Algodn
INARRUGABLE 36" PARA TRAJES
en 15 colores....................671.45
SABANAS FUNDAS MANTELES
desde ........................B/3.95
CASA FNIX
Central Ave. Tel. 2-2490
WASHINGTON. H vende-
dor de narcticos no secues-
tra a los nios; los destruye.
Los padres de un nio de
16 aos de edad me trajeron
a ml oficina a su hijo. El po-
bre muchacho temblaba como
una hoja. Estaba sufriendo de
la falta de narcticos.
"Dgame en dnde consigue
usted su herona", dije. "Yo
lo enviar a un hospital para
que lo curen".
Entonces, usamos a un a-
gente para que comprara nar-
cticos al traficante minorista,
quien nos condujo donde el ma-
yorista. Entonces, de paso, lle-
gamos a uno de los grandes
traficantes que controlan un
sindicato nacional. De ms es-
t decir que lo atrapamos como
a una rata.
Es cierto que esto nos cost
hombres, paciencia, largas ho-
ras de investigaciones y con-
tinua confirmacin.
Ahora, pregunto yo. de dn-
de consegua este seor las
drogas?
De un pas que firm la
Convencin de Ginebra de 1931
para limitar la manufactura de
narcticos para su uso mdi-
co y que en ese entonces calcu-
l que su consumo de nar-
cticos era diea veces mayor
que sus necesidades mdicas.
La primera vez que descu-
brimos este escape de drogas
fue cuando un Sheriff de Los
Angeles nos entreg un trafi-
cante de drogas que tenia 10
onzas de herona. El trafi-
cante obtuvo la herona de un
marino que viajaba entre Nue-
va York y Trieste.
En Trieste, sin darse cuenta,
las autoridades militares ha-
ban abolido las leyes sobre
narcticos. Itplla era una bue-
na fuente de narcticos, con la
ayuda de la Mafia. Engranajes
y ms engranajes. El trfico
de narcticos es sumamente
complicado y muy bien orga-
nizado.
Nosotros tenemos 195 agen-
tes o sea menos del 2 por cien-
to del personal federal.
Estos hombres son responsa-
bles por la captura- del 10 por
ciento de nuestros presos.
Estos hombres son responsa-
bles por la captura del 10 por
ciento de nuestros presos.
Nuestra fuerza es casi del
tamao de la Polica de Tam-
pa, Florida.
El mundo entero considera
que el Departamento de Nar-
cticos de Estados Unidos es
un modelo.
El trabajo es peligroso, des-
troza los nervios, con horas
largas. Sin embargo, hay algo
que hace que nuestros agentes
trabajen mucho ms que lo
que el deber les reclama.
Nuestro enemigo es suma-
mente hbil. El vendedor siem-
pre est satisfecho y el com-
prador no lo delatara.
Ningn testigo se atreve a
denunciar su fuente de abas-
tecimiento, por temor a las
consecuencias.
Nosotros trabajamos secreta-
mente, y debemos producir el
cuerpo del delito al final de
la Investigacin, aunque pasa-
mos grandes dificultades para
efectuar los allanamientos de-
bido a Impedimentos legales.
En 1947 tenamos el trfico
bajo control y haba muy po-
cos adictos a las drogas.'
Sin embargo, yo ped que nos
preparramos. Yo senta venir
una ola de adictos. En los l-
timos dos aos, ha aumentado
el trfico de narcticos.
Debemos tomar medidas para
terminar con el trfico Inter-
nacional de narcticos.
Oferta para continuar negociaciones,
de paz se formulan a los comunistas
RED
Invasin de osos
en el estado de
Michigan en E. U.
DETOUR, Michigan, Agosto
31 (UPi La poblacin de esta
comunidad rural nada vera con
tanto agrado como la emigra-
cin de osos que, sin que nadie
los Invitara, han sentado resi-
dencia aqu.
Los osos que pesan de 125 a
350 libras estn haciendo gran
dao a las cosechas y los jar-
dines, as como haciendo Im-
posible la labor del basurero
local.
El superintendente de las es-
cuelas. George Hill, declar que
"andan en grupos de tres, cua-
tro y cinco".
Hasta ahora' nadie ha tenido
pendencia con los nuevos resi-
dentes, y la gente los considera
ms bien como molestia que
como amenaza a los ciuda-
danos.
Se informa que los osos atia-
ban por las ventana de las
rasas, vuelcan los depsitos de
basura y muestran especial
predileccin por los gallineros.
Los cazadores atribuyen la
Invasin a los Incendios en los
bosques canadienses.
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Fiesta en Manhattan
La discoteca internacional
Hablan los astros
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Pero mientras tanto fuerzas
aliadas impiden a los rojos
reconstruir sus posiciones
TOKIO, agosto 31. (UP),
Un doble ofrecimiento para
continuar las negociaciones de
paz de Kaesong fue hecho hoy
por las Naciones Unidas a los
dirigentes rojos de Corea del
Norte.
Mientras los puestos de ob-
servacin en todo el Lejano O-
riente aguardaban la reaccin
comunista al ofrecimiento de
las Naciones Unidas, los avio-
nes aliados montaron una
guardia permanente obstaculi-
zando las tentativas rojas de
reconstruir sus lneas de ba-
talla.
Las compaas de
aviacin inglesas
reducirn tarifas
LONDRES, Agosto 31 (UP)
Las lneas areas britnicas
nacionalizadas anunciaron un
proyecto de fuerte reduccin
en las tarifas para viajes a-
reos en la clase de lujo, para
ponerlas al nivel de los precios
de Jiras de vacaciones.
Un Informe de British Over-
seas Airways Corporation y de
British European Airways, hace
un esquema de su plan de via-
jes de "austeridad dentro del
cual los pasajeros pagaran, en
cuanto sea posible, por el n-
mero de kilmetros recorridos,
y no por lujo y. comodidades.
La doble oferta formulada
consiste en:
1Una sobria exposicin del
Supremo Comandante General
Rldgway rechazando las de-
mandas comunistas pero ase-
gurando que "cuando ustedes
estn preparados para terminar
la suspensin de las negocla-

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12:30 Intermedio popular
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Trat de matar a
su madre con un
veneno de ratas
Una nia de doce aos, que
probablemente sufre de pertur-
baciones mentales, fue enviada
al Tribunal de Menores ayer,
sealada de haber comprado
veneno de matar ratas y tra-
tar de envenenar a su madre.
De acuerdo con la denuncia
presentada por la madre de la
nia, sta se fu a vivir con
un joven con quien llevaba
relaciones amorosas desde ha-
ce algn tiempo.
Como la madre no vea con
agrado los amores de su hija,
trat en toda forma de qui-
tarle la idea, respondiendo esta
en la forma mencionada.
EXPLORADOR INGLES
RIO DE JANEIRO, agosto 31.
(SE). Los restos del explo-
rador ingls Fawcet, desapare-
cido en el Estado de Mato
Grosso en 1925, y descubiertos
recientemente por una expedi-
cin brasilea, en las fuentes
del rio xtiig, sern enviados
en el curso de los prximos
das, por avin, a Londres, en
una urna funeral. En la ca-
pital britnica los restos sern
examinados a fin de ser Iden-
tificados plenamente, por los
antroplogos que ayudan a la
familia Fawcet.
clones de armisticio Instruir a
mis representantes para qua
se les renan".
2Una Informacin posterior
de la oficina de informacin
de Rldgway declarando que "el
comando de las Naciones U-
nidas est preparado para con-
tinuar las negociaciones".
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YTERNES, AGOSTO 31. IStI
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
>
PAGINA TRER
Est funcionando
en Coln Oficina
l de Inquilinato
COLON, agosto 31. (JB).
Zata funcionando desde hoy la
oficina de Inquilinato y Urba-
nismo, en su nuevo local en
los altos del edificio del Co-
rreo.
Se nos Informa que se estn
ventilando numerosos casos en
loa cuales estn Interesados
tanto propietarios como inqul-
llnos, y que para resolver las
mltiples quejas de parte y
parte, se procede con criterio
sereno y justiciero, tratando de
no perjudicar los legtimos In-
tereses de los propietarios e in-
quilinos, y al mismo tiemoo
respetando los derechos socia-
les.
En vista de los centenares
de lnquillnos morosos debido a
la alta de trabajo y mala si-
tuacin econmica, el Comisio-
nado de Inquilinato est po-
niendo toda su atencin para
estudiar los casos individual-
mente y proceder con estricta
Justicia- Estamos informados
de que n los circuios comei>
cales y populares hay fundada
esperanza de que la oficina de
Inquilinato y Urbanismo sea de
giajj-beneficio y ayuda tamo
para los lnquillnos como pa
los propietarios cuyos, derechos
. y deberes guardan relacin di-
recta" con los derechos y debe-
res de Iba lnquilinos.
El Presidente de
Corea del Norte
muri en Pyongyang
HONGKONG, Agosto 31 __ La rado de Peiping anunci
la muerte de Hsu Hslen. presi-
dente del congreso popular su-
premo nortecoreano, y del
f rente Patritico Democrtico
Unido".
Hsu, de 67 aos, muri el 17
de Agosto en Pyongyang, pero
el anuncio se demorar por. ra-
zones no explicadas. La radio
u dio tampoco las causas de
su muerte. Aparentemente, Hsu
ocupaba una posicin mas o
menos comparaole a la dei pre-
sidente de la Unin Sovitica,
ftlkolal 8hvernlk, y estaba e-
clipsado por el premier Klm II
Sung y por el presidente de la
comisin permanente del con-
greso Kum Du Bong.
Se negaron a enterrar a un Sargento
Piel Roja Norteamericano muerto en
accin en Corea por no ser "Blanco"
Por Harriman Smith
neral H. H. Arnold, Almirante' rlcano de 26 anos de edad, dw
padres mexicanos, quien fue
enterrado en Arlington en fe-
brero de 1949, desqus que no
se permiti su entierro en su
pueblo natal en Three Rivers,
m
GOLETA PERDIDA
SANTIAGO DE CHJLE, agos-
to 31. (SE.- Desde hace 3
das se encuentra perdida la
goleta "Inca" con 19 pasajeros
y siete- tripulantes a bordo. La
goleta pertenece a la firma pes-
quera Santa Lucia y efectuaba
una travesa entre Valparaso
y Quintero, temindose que ha-
ya sido arrastrada por los furr-
ia* vientos y marejadas que a-
ectan a la regin. Barcos y
aviones efectan una Intensa
bsqueda
;Mtvt> de Alarma!
Los Encas
Sangrantes Amenazan
PIORREA
Ciinla AVENIt
r
estn desempacando
t.
WASHINGTON, Agosto 31 1 Fqrrest P. Sherman y General
(Uf). al hate. Truman arre-| Walton H. Walker, quien fue el
gl hoy para que se le d Comandante de Rice en Corea.
un entierro de hroe al Sar- I Rice ser el segundo solda-
gento John Rice, Indio norte- do enterrado en el Cementerio _
americano muerto en Corea, > Nacional de Arlington bajo ta-.i Texas.
cUyo cadver no se permiti I les circunstancias. El Presidente Truman siem-
que fuera enterrado en el ce- I El primero fue el soldado F- pre se ha opuesta a la dis-
menterio de "blancos" en Sioux llx Longorla, joven nortame- I criminacin religiosa o racial.
City, Iowa. i
El Presidente actu con el
consentimiento de la viuda de
Rice, despus de hacer envia-
do un telegrama al Alcalde de
Sioux City en el cual le deca
i que "el aprecio nacional por'
I los sacrificios patriticos no,
I debe estar limitado por la ra-
jza, color o credo'.
El seor Truman orden al
; Ejrcito que haga todos los
I arregles para un entierro en-
| teramente militar en Arlington,
i "el cementerio de los negros",
y que se le d transporte gra-
! tuito hasta Washington al cada.
ver de Rice y a su familia.
Un portavoz del Ejrcito di-
jo que la fecha y hora del
entierro de Rice en Arlington
sern anunciados ms tarde.
Hasta el momento no se sa-
be si el Presidente Truman a-
slstir en persona a la cere-
monia, pero existe la creencia
que por lo menos enviar a
un representante personal de
alto rango militar.
El entierro del Sargento Rice
fue suspendido el martes, Jus- '
tamente cuando el fretro del
hroe Iba a ser bajado a la
tumba en el Cementerio de
I Sioux City.
Un portavoz del Gobierno dl-
i jo que los funcionarios del
i Cementerio explicaron que a-'
[ cababan de saber oue Rice "no .
I era miembro de la raza cau-
i csica".
El mismo portavoz dijo que
la viuda de Rice, madre de tres
nio?, rehus firmar un pa-1
pel diciendo que su esposo te-1
na algo de "sangre blanca",
para que ste fuera enterrado
| en Sioux City. Entonces el f-;
retro fue llevado a una fune-
raria en South Sioux City.
Fuentes allegadas a la Casa
Blanca informaron que el Pre-
sidente Truman se sinti su-
mamente indignado al leer la
noticia en los diarios, y que
se resisti a creer oue esto i
pudiera suceder en Estados U- j
nidos, nor lo que llam al Ge-
neral Vaughan a su oficina y
le orden oue notificara a la |
familia de Rice oue el Ejrcito
.se encargara del entierro del
Sargento con honores militares!
en Arlington.
El Cementerio de Arlineton. \
es el cementerio 're los hroes
norteamericanas. Incluyendo al
General John J. Pershing, Ge-'
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FAGINA CUATRO
"14 PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO rNDaTENDIENTB
' VIERNES, AGOSTO 31. MI

I
JLa ffSuena Hu
ricin
- Instituto de Nutricin di Centro Amrica y Panam -
Requerimientos de Vitamina "C"
El poder del organismo pava
almacenar Vitamina "C" ei li-
mitado; el exceso de esta vita-
mina es excretada por la orina
en individuos que no adolecen
ae deficiencia de este elemento.
En caso que el organismo no
ha recibido cantidades adecua-
das de Vitamina C si se admi-
nistra cierta dosis dt ella la
cantidad retenida es mayor,
hasta que los tejidos han eleva-
do sus necesidades de satura-
cin. Se cree que una cantidad
que oscile entre 60 y 100 gra-
mos de vitamina C tomada dia-
damente mantendr a la per-
sona en estado de saturacin.
Las cantidades exactas de Vi-
tamina C que ti organismo re-
quiere no ae han determinado,
por lo cual ae recomiendan an-
udadas ptimas para mantener
U salud del individuo- Para u-
na persona adulta ae recomien-
dan 70 miligramos, durante el
embarazo 100 miligramos y du-
rante la lactancia 150. Los ni-
os durante el periodo de cre-
cimiento necesitan relativamen-
te mayor cantidad qua loa adul-
tos; la cantidad exacta depende
Jel peso y calidad de la dieta.
En loa periodos que siguen a
l:io fiebres e infeccione riy u-
na demanda mayor de Vitami-
na C como lo prueba la dismi-
nucin de la cantidad excreta-
da por la orina en este tiempo;
quizs por que hay una destruc-
cin de Vitamina C durante las
infecciones.
La ingestin de alimentos ri-
cos en Vitamina C no podr sa-
tisfacer los requerimientos del
organismo si no se prevee la
destruccin de Vitamina C ya
sea en el cocimiento, almacena-
miento u oirs condiciones fa-
vorables para la oxidacin.
Causa indignacin atropello
a honorable familia de la
provincia de Bocas del Toro
Ms de sesenta presos desnudos
hay en la Crcel de Penonom
- CRUCIGRAMA -

HORIZONTALES;
1Sobrino de Csar.
7Agredir.
13Nombre de varn.
14Apertura inferior del
estmago.
16Articulo invertido.
16Preposicin.
17Letra griega.
lgAfirmacin, Inv.
19Conducto acutico.
21Rio de China.
22Nombre de mujer.
23Amarro.
24Nombre de letra.
25Domestique, Inv.
26Muy viejo.
29Casualidad.
30Respuesta de los dioses
paganos.
32Indicio.
3*Que tiene el mismo sonido.
39Parte del mundo.
40Palo con que los Indios
labran la tierra.
41Villanos.
42Del verbo salir.
43Cabeza de ganado.
44Admita.
47Dinero, Inv.
41Altar.
49Terminacin verbal.
50Poblacin de Filipinas.
52Estado de la Amrica del
m Norte.
64^-Alzar.
tSClase de perro, Pl.
22Duea.
24La primera mujer.
25Repeticin de sonido. Pl.
27Porcin pequea que se
desprende de un liquido.
28poca.
29Yerno de Mahoma.
31Articulo indeterminado.
32Accin de. pasar.
33Nombre de mujer.
34Rio de Espaa.
36Alga filamentosa.
37Impolute.
31Percibirs con el olfato.
40Hacer cesin.
43Sorteo.
44Lago salado del Asia.
45Cabello blanco.
47Marchan, Inv.
48Adverbio de lugar.
51Infusin.
53Asociacin Nacional, Inv.
VERTICALES:
1 Boca de un poeo.
2Cuerno.
1Articulo.
inecio fijado oficialmente.
5Que tiene utilidad.
6Baile tipleo cubano.
7Recurra en apelacin.
8Mono muy pequeo.
9Extremidad de las aves.
.-^Preposicin inseparable.
11Secoi, infrtiles.
12Color de rosa.
20Impar
21Inofensivos.
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CANAS
Ifaatlaa con *st ifitudm eaatvro, fa4.11 >
barato; U cuartg litro da agua, aja eu
< ha rada de yin rain. % cucharada! da ktr
Rusa lo mi tfa Co!ols.) una eajua 4a
Compuett* dt Barbo. Compro aotoa l*>
itradianica an Ib botica, mtcltlo* o* %
<> run laa Udieatioaoa o aj| Val Coa*-
r*\*> da Barbo.
Importante reunin
de periodistas se
efecta en David
DAVID, Agosto 31 (Corrcs-
ponsali Con el fin d consi-
derar la ayuda que la prensa
de Chlriqu prestar al coliga
de "LA HORA" Nacho Vaids.
ia asociacin de periodista* de
Chirlqu celebrara lmportar.be
reunion el viernes prximo en
los salones del Jardn Carta
Vieja de esta ciudad- El Presi-
dente ha citado a todos mis
miembro!, que dada la Impor-
tancia de la cuestin concurri-
rn unnimemente.
A pesar de las gestiones hechas
por el gobernador don A. Tejeira
no ha sido posible darles ropa
CONDECORACIN
En la cancillera se inform
3ue el Gobierno concedi la Or-
en al Mrito, en su ms alta
categora, al Ministro de Ma-
rina del Brasil, almirante Re-
nata de Almeida Gulhobel. Las
Insignias le sern entregad?.*
prximamente en la Embajada
chilena en Rio de Janeiro.
FENONOME, Agosto 30 (Bi-
pedal! Ms de setenta preacs
se encuentran en la Crcel de
Penonom sin ropa alguna, sin
que hasta la fecha haya sid<>
posible remediar este mal, a pi-
sar de todos los esfuerzos rea-
lizados por el Gobernador de la
Provincia don Aquilino Tejeira.
Los presos no pueden ssr u->a-
dos en los trabajos para el or-
nato y aseo de la poblacin por-
que no tienen que ponerte.
Segn se nos ha informado,
las requisiciones para obtc.-i
esta ropa est desde hace i.iu-
chos meses en la Contralona,
sm que haya podido drsele o ir-
u debido a que no hay parti-
da para ello.
Se nos manifest tambin en
fuentes enteradas que la parti-
da para atender la compra de
ropa y otros menesteres de las
crceles de la Repblica es muy
pequea.
Ojal se hiciera algo por es-
AVISO DE LICITACIN
Por este medio se avisa a los interesados que el la 27
de Septiembre de 1951, se efectuar la licitacin pblica para
la construccin del Primer Edificio de Almacenamiento en la
Zona Libre de Coln.
Los planos y especificaciones podrn retirarse en nues-
tras oficinas mediante el depsito de B, .23-66.
- EDIFICIO ARBOIX, COLON.
Coln, 27 de Agosto de 1951.
NOTAS PARA CONDICIONES DE PROPUESTA
1La propuesta deber ser acompaada con un bono de
propuesta, consistente en Bono de Ca- de Seguros. Beo
del Estado. Cheque Certificado o Efectivo por 19% del
valor de su oferta.
2El proponente cuya propuesta resulte aceptada, constitui-
r un nuevo Bono de Garanta de Cumplimiento por el
total del Contrato.
SLas propuestas debern presentarse en triplicado y en
papel sellado.
loa Infelices que tienen que vi-
vir en harapos o desnudos dea-
tro de la ercel por no tener
que ponerse-
La Federacin de
Sociedades Santeas
nombra comisin
El Presidente de la Federa-
cin da Sociedades Santeas.
8r. Guillermo Espino, anunci
hoy que el organismo cvico que
preside habla designado a los
miembros: Ovidio Daz V.,
Efrain Merel, Atanaclo Apari-
cio, Gustavo T. Mora y Antonio
Vergara para que lleven la re-
presentacin de la Federacin
en la Conferencia que esta no-
che dicta el Ing. Rafael Graja-
les en el Paraninfo de la Uni-
versidad.
Responde cargos
Presidente del
Conce|o de Chame
El Presidente del Concejo de
Chame nos ha remitido la si-
guiente carta contestando car-
jos formulados en una denun-
cia aparecida en nuestro dlailo:
teor Director de
El Panam Amrica
msente:
seor Director:
Pido a Ud. hospitalidad en su
ledo peridico, para contestar
ligeramente la noticia publica-
da en el vespertino bajo su di-
leccin, el da 31 del mes en
curso, con el mote "La Alcaide
Ce Chame Denuncia Irregulari-
dades".
Siempre he guardado respeto
y estimacin por las dama., a
las cuales he presentado en to-
do momento mi reverencia y
mi ms profundo reconocimien-
to: pero lta circunstancias me
obligan, muy a mi pesar, a
contestar retos y provocaciones
gratuitas. Contesto pues al fun-
cionarlo al Alcalde como prime-
ra autoridad del Distrito y no
a la dama.
Es completamente falso qu?
el Consejo Municipal de Cha-
me, del cual soy Presidente, vo-
(Pasa a la Pag. 16 Columna 7)
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HARINA SWAHS DOWN
... para obtener bizcoche* de textura
aterciopelada y riqusimo sabor! Compre
un paquete boy y pruebe laa magnfteaa
recetas que trae.
evej AUyar Goran tie en la repastara! 6>
GUARARE, Agosto 30 Con
ci entusiasmo de anos pasador
y con la experiencia adquirida
en ellos. Guarar ha decidido
celebrar por tercera vei un gian
festival tipleo teniendo como
tema principal la Mejorana, en
su triple aspecto de mii&.re,
cantos y danzas Para ello, co-
mo en anos an tai-lores, se ha a-
segurado el patrocinio' del De-
partamento de Cultura, de la
Junta de Turismo, Federaciones
de Sociedades Santeas, Clube
Leones y muchas otraa institu-
ciones cvicas. El festival pre-
sentar adems demostraciones
fastuosas de msica de otra*
ciases desfiles tpicos, y toda
la gama de distracciones pro-
pias de las fiestas patronales, je
que el acontecimiento tendr
lugar dentro del marco de h.s
fiestas de la Patrona de Gura-
te, nuestra Seora de las Mer-
cedes, del 23 al 27 de septiem-
bre.
En las competencias de mejo-
rana y en las demostraciones de
orquestas tpicas partlclpaian
nutridas y entusiastas delega-
ciones de todos las pueblos de
iai provincias centrales e irn
dt Panam conjuntos reputados
como los de Chiche Broce, Leo-
n.cias CaJar y otros. Ser rl-
mente. el acontecimiento mayno
de artes tpicas nacionales, y
a juagar por lo que heme* pre-
senciados en aos pasados, el
mas clamoroso xito coronar
te nuevo esfuerzo de los gua-
i renos e Interioranos todos pa-
ta hacer valer las creaciones
del alma popular campesina
Desde ahora Guarar invita a
todos los amantes de nuestras
tradiciones y espera que vayan
a disfrutar de la 'Hospitalidad y
del regocijo que estos pueblos
saben ofrecer a sus visitantes
Seguiremos Informando.
ALMIRANTE, agosto 31. (Es-
pecial). Profunda indigna-
cin ha causado en esta pro-
vincia el. atropello de que ha
sido objeto doa Martina B.
de Mollah, por parte de la Po-
lica Nacional, cuyo jefe, el
teniente Rlcaurte de Bouted, dt
cierto tiempo' para ac se ha
dado a la tarea de perseguir
a le* esposos Mollah.
La familia Mollah tiene en
esta provincia, reputacin de
honesta y trabajadora, como lo
atestiguan informes del Oober-
nador de la Provincia y del Al-
calde del Diatrlto. Por estas
circunstancias la acusacin que
se le ha hecho de proxenetis-
mo y el atropello efectuado
por la polica, quien arreat a
la honorable seora, ha provo-
cado en esta Provincia la ms
encendida protesta.
Aprovechamos la oportunidad
para, en nombre del pueblo
de Bocas del Toro, unimos a
la solicitud de la* hijas de los
esposos Mollah. para que el
Comandante del Cuerpo de Fo-
lela Inicie una lnvestlgac'n
minuciosa e lmparclal en este
caso, a fin de que Imponga
una sancin ejemplar a quie-
nes deben ser guardianes del
orden y no elementos de atro-
pello a la comunidad.
Comits pro-escuelas de la
frontera se fundan en toda
la Provincia de Chiriqu
DAVID Agosto 31 (Correspon-
sal) La provincia entera res-
ponde entuslasamente al llama-
do de cooperacin hecho por el
comit central de David pro al-
eudas de la frontera, formando
en cada distrito los comits cc-
nespond entes.
Gualaca escogi ayer la di-
rectiva que tendr a su cargo
w actividades pro escuelas de
U frontera asi: Presidenta Evi-
delia de Garca, Vicepresidente
Reinaldo Candanedo, 8ecreta/io
Jos Rubn Cascante, Subsecre-
tario Roberto Aras, Tesorero
Jilma de Vergara. Vocales Mi-
guel Vega y Rosa C. de 8a-
mudlo.
Se renen maana
las universitarias
La Asociacin de Mujeres U-
nlversltarlas de Panam cele-
brar una reunin general ma-
ana sbado lo. de septiembre,
en la cual se discutirn asun-
tos de vital Importancia para
la organizacin.
Dicha reunin tendr lugar
en casa de la seora Maria da
Torres, situada en la urbaniza-
cin El Carmen No. 2014. a
las 4 p.m. Se ruega puntual
asistencia a todas las- sodas.

fioM>' La u*para 'imPiar cu,i*'
^^ basa d. polvo y para suavizar le
La uso para limpiar al cutis, cama
basa d. polvos y paro suavizar las manea
Gracias a su fluidez, ls Crema HINDS de Miel
y Almendras limpia mis y suaviza mis.
Zs apa para al cuidado tottl del cuts, sea de la cara,
las manos o el cuerpo, y sirve como excelente base
de polvos. Se recomienda usarla desde
jovencita porque es el ms
| el aliado de la .
belleae a travs
del tiempo.

yG&tuncOta
#
HINDiT/B*m comWft
fnr/quac/da Con Lanolina
No DUERME Bi.nl
Pues tlien... una Usa de POerruiw
preparada con agua o leche calien-
te antea de acostarse, y dormir
como un lirn! POSTUM ae i
Vane cafena. Compra
fOOTUM hoy misino y
disfruta da ua tu.lo
tranquilo!
io ooa-
Imparten Elegancia sin Igual y Duran
mil los Vestidos confeccionados

a la medida en la

Sastrera Bazar Frances
MfflMmm


NUESTROS MILES DE CLIENTES NO PUEDEN ESTAR
EQUIVOCADOS.... TODOS SABEN QUE COMPRAN MAS BARATO FN CENTRAL "81
AGUA ESTRELLA
en hokila......... 9c.
MERMELADAS DE DURAZNOS
y ALBARICOQUES
Acabados i* recibir HOY a 25c.
PASTA DE DIENTES GRAVI
Mediana 12c. y Grande 25c.
MANTECA
(Blanqulta) a......26c.
PLATONES .... hoy 20c.
Tapas para Ollas a . 5c.
PANTALONES Diablo Fuerte
Para Hombres a.....225
MANTEQUILLA I
de Nueva Zelandia a 70c.

LECHE KRAFT
Tamaos: Chico 75c. Mediano 1.80
Grande 3:50
JUGOS de Peras, grande 12c.
PAPAS a......... 7c
ZAPATILLAS
para Nias a......99c.
MACARRONES a . 15c. Ib.
AZCAR NATURAL
Granulada a......9^ Ib.
CORREAS PLSTICAS
para Damas a......25c.
9


VIERNES, AGOSTO 31. 1951
El. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO nmtfaTOIaMIs
PAGINA CINCtJC
Informes par ests seccin te reciben en la
i\eaa
Social
ccin
de L PANAMA-AMERICA
Telefone S-lNt ORAS: t:M 1:* a.m.
Apartado 114
Ct Mazar Francis
f"ct jf
Gran GANGA...
la CAMISA PERFECTA
n calidad
3.50
y confaccin
CAMISAS POLO
aatiloa variado 4 rA
todoa lea tamao liJV
GUAYABERAS
Manga corta... Is IV
Manga larga.. *iWJ J Z./
MEDIAS.........Hfcpar
CALZONCILLOS ......80e
blancos y an coleras
CAMISETAS.........60?
PAUELOS **"" 2.50 doc.
BAZAR FRANCES
HEIRTEMATTE Y CA.
Plaza Santa Ana
Panam
Cocktail
En honor de 3.E. ti Minlil.ro
de Obras Publica, Ingeniero
Norberto Navarro y seora do-
fta Olga Navarro de Navarro,
el seor don Horacio Altero Jr.
y seora doa Judith Navarro
i de Altaro ofrecern hoy un ele.
I gante cocktail. Ha sido Invitado
un grupo de sui amistades.
Buffet
El Or. Octavio Mndez Pe-
reira y seora doa Luz Guar-
dia de Mndez Perelra, ofre-
cieron anoche un esplndido
buffet a un grupo de sus amu-
ladas que concurrieron a felici-
tar al Or. Mndez Pereira, con
motivo de celebrar su onoms-
tico.
Cocktail
Para agasajar a un grupo de
sus amistades el sanor don
Hernando Lelva, cnsul da Co-
lombia en Panam, y seora
dona Leonor P. de Lelva, ofre-
cieron el mircoles en la noche
un cocktail en su residencia.
Agasajo
La seoritas Damarls de St.
Maio Muiier y el joven Carlos
Aiiredo de bt. Malo Muier, ofre-
cern esta noche en su residen-
cia en titila vista un simptico
agasajo en honor de las seori-
tas Mariela lcaza y Carlotlta
Boyd, quienes siguen prxima-
mente para los .stados Unidos
a continuar sus estudios. Ha si-
do invitado un numeroso grupo
ue sus amistades.
T y Juego de Cartas
La seora doa Bcbel lcaza
de Garcia de Paredes ofrecer;
esta tarde un t seguido de jue4,
go de cartas a un grupo de sus
amistades.
Agasajo
El seor don Leroy W. Wat-
son Jr. y seora doa Elsa En-
pener de Watson agasajaron
anoche en su residencia situa-
da en los Altos del Golf a un
pequeo grupo de sus amista-
des, que concurrieron a felici-
tar a la seora de Watson con
motivo de celebrar su cumple-
aos.
En honor de Li seora doa
Brunhllde Martinz de Posse, las
seoras Isabel de Hatler y doa
NUEVO TRAJE.Este original
traje de bao usado por la lin-
da camarera linda Dee, n
Miami Beach, est hecho de pi-
qu blanco y el motivo floral
de jersey verde.
Peggy de Janson ofrecieron
ayer en la tarde en la resi-
dencia de la seora de Hatler
un elegante t al que asisti
un pequeo grupo de sus amis-
tades.
Agasajo de Despedida
Para despedir a las seoritas
Oabrlela y Betty Rodriguez de
Pool, quienes siguen prxima-
mente para Caracas, Venezuela,
en dende fijarn au residencia,
las seoritas Aura lcaza, Am-
iica y Marlsabel de Alba ofre-
rrr.'ii esta tarde un t en el
Club Unin.
Almuerzo en El Panam
En honor de la seorita Ra-
quel Hernndez Polanoo, quien
pasa una temporada visitando
a sus hermanos el seor don
Octavio Mndez Pereira y seo-
ra doa Marina de Mndez
Guardia, un grupo de sus amis-
tades ofrecern un almuerzo
maana sbado en el Hotel El
Panam.
O

A TODAS LAS AMAS DE CASA


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EL MERCADO MODELO
Ave. Justo Arosemena y Calle 29 Este
OFRECE

ADEMAS DE LIMPIEZA, SERVICIO ESMERADO,
COMODIDAD Y FACILIDADES DE ESTACIONAMIENTO,
PRECIOS BAJISIMOS
TODOS LOS SBADOS, DOMINGOS Y LUNES
LENTEJAS................1 Ib. 0.16
POROTOS............------1 Ib. 0.17
CEBOLLAS...............1 Ib. 0.08
LACTOGENO .. 1 Ib. 1.10 2 Vi Ib. 2.58
PAPAS AMERICANAS ..... 1 Ib. 0.07
" ..........5 lbs. 0.30
AZCAR.......1 Ib. 0.12,- 5 Ib. 0.55
ARROZ........1 Ib. 0.12 5 Ib. 0.55
(Nuestras libras tienen 16 onsas)
CAFE DURAN, SITTON.......... 0.75
MANTEQUILLA, toda........... 0.68
MANTECA ARMOUR........1 lb. 0.29
ALIMENTOS PARA NIOS, todo 0.11
SALTINAS KEEBLER............ 0.57
KOTEX...........
PAPEL HIGINICO . .
LAVASOL ...........
ACEITE AURORA-------
AVENA...............20 onzas 0.21
LECHE VALLE VERDE------2Vi Ib. 1.39
' ......5 1b. 2.65
PELARGON.........1 Ib. 0.97
LECHE EVAPORADA, grande . . 0.18
GELATINA ...........'........ 0.11
PASTA DE TOMATE........... 0.16
MACARRONES NACIONALES .. 1 Ib. 0.15
PETIT POIS DEL MONTE 17 onza 0.21
JUGOS DEL MONTE 12 onza
PERA, DURAZNO Y MELOCOTN
JUGOS DEL MONTE 5 onzas
PERA, MELOCOTN......3 por
0.11
0.23
-
............ 0.37
............. 0.08
.......2 por 0.15
......1 galn 3.40

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EL MERCADO MODELO
INSISTE EN MANTENER SUS PRECIOS BAJOS
COMPARE, COMPRE Y AHORRE
Gran
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Antonio's- Innovacin
Venta EspecialSin Precedentes-Mercanca Regular-Gangas a Granel
Como Huracn Tropical Nuestro Almacn se ha
Visto Invadido por Miles d Clientes vidos de
Aprovechar Nuestras
MARAVILLOSAS OFERTAS"
Para Maana Sbado
y Para el Lunes
hemos ampliado nuestras ofertas y rebajado
an ms nuestros precios.
Guerra
de
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s
PARA
JUEGOS DE NIGUGEES 25% DESCT.
MEDIAS NYLON ........ ........... 0.75
MEDIAS NYLON EXTRA ........
Panties de AlfOdn finos, lavables
Panties de Jane;
PANTIES EATS
14
4
5
................................... o-oo
kit.................................
EXTRA...... 1.11
fANTIES NYLON 100r
Fetlootea de Cintnra, negros ........................ M
Camisones Extra Finea........ ..................... MJ
Camlaonea FJoreadee ................................
Zapatilla* da Sntreeaaa .............................
ROPA SPORT ..
Blusas de Seda ...................................... Jf
Blusas da Algodn, finas ............................ ;
CAMISAS POLO, desde .............................. *
Faldas da Nacha ....................................
VESTIDOS Lot 1 -2-3 2.95 4.95 6.95
PLAT SUITS ........................................ UJ
Play Suit Jansen .................................. Jf*
FALDAS DE ALGODN, desde ...................... LM
Faldas Extra Flnaa ................................. 4.9
Paraguas Ingleses .................................. -f8
CARTERAS, GRAN VAR4EDAD
1/1.95 a I/.3.95
Pauelos da Seda grandes ........................... '$
ZAPATOS ................... ...... 1.50
Zapatillas de Seda
ttes Sports NU
re Surtido de Zapatilla, Plasuee ( ana .. ...
OJO!... EXTRA! ALFOMBRAS TROPICALES
ALFOMBRAS ESPARTO ESPAOLAS 6.95
ARTCULOS PLSTICOS
PLATOS PLSTICOS .........;-i--V "V. i "
Botellas. Jarritas, Servilleteros, Mantequilleras. Coeste-
leras, Bandejas. Esquineras, Salarse, Jarras, etc., desda 1.1.
CORTINAS para RARO .............................
ALMOHADA as SEDA para Baby.......0.95
............................... MI
Zapatos Sports NUEVOS............y ;.::....... !!!
Nuevo Surtido da Zapa tilla, plstica (de Rana)
Mantas Algodn Dulce
Colchonetas Cuna -----
Camilas een Rasarte ..
Abriga* de Baby ......
MS
44s
As
S4S
BABEROS IORDADOS, MADEIRA
Para Baby..........................0.75
Sobrecamas Baby ............................... * ,-5J
Colchones Corral ....................................
Mantas Extra Finas ................................
SERVILLETEROS BORDADOS ......................
Juegos Bordsdos ....................................
41
0.95
14

PARA NIAS
PANTIES asi 2 al .................. 0.19
PANTIES de SEDA del 2 al 14......... 0.25
PETICOTES PARA NIAS............ 0.99
Camisones Nia ................
Vestidas de Bao ...............
Medias Ninas, dssds ........ ;
PETICOTES PARA NINAS, desde
t4
94
4S
PARA NIOS
PANTALONES EN FATASIA
CORTOSEXTRA .................
059
Medias, desde .................................
Mamelucos ..................>................
JACKETS, MUY FINOS .......................
Pstines Extra....... .........................
Paraguas .....................................
Capotes ................._;... ................
PANTALONES LANILLA EXTRA ............
I (adornos ..................................
JUEGOS DE BASEBALL ......................
Guantes ds RasabaII..........................
Vestidos de Ban..............................
Sweaters Nio Lana...........................
Pijamas, muy linas ...........................
CALZONCILLOS ..............................
Camisetas ....................................
CAMISAS NIROS FINAS.......................
CAMISAS POLO .............................
Camisas Polo Extra Finas .....................
Pantalones Blancos largas EXTRA ...........
0.33
.ia
l.H
tu
I.U
1.N
1.1
.l
141
1.7
US
I.*
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MI
M
144
M
0 9
1.4
ARTCULOS en GENERAL
PARA LA CASA
SABANAS BLANCAS, Ssmi-Hilo, 54 x 90 219
Sbanas Cannan ......
Sbanas Cannon ......
Fundas blancas Cannon
72 x #9.
81 x M
3.1
3.4
44
SOBRECAMAS, LECHUGUILLA........ 1.99
Fundas en oolor .................................... M4
Sobrecamas Extra Finas ............................ s 49
DELANTALES PLSTICOS .......................... 2
Manteles Plsticas, ................... 4 x M...... .
Mantelee Plsticos..................... 54 x 72...... 149
TOALLAS FINAS.................... 0.33
Toallas blancas grandes ............................. 9-79
LIMPIONES SEMI-HILO ............................ SJM
Carpeta para mesa, yarda ........................... -75
Carpeta para estantes, yarda ....................... '-I*
OFERTA ESPECIAL RADIOS ........................ 19-50
JUEGOS de ALFOMBRAS para el Bao 2.89
Cubiletes Gelvanlsados ............................. MI
Tinaeos Grandes Galvaniadoe ..................... 4.1
Raidos Chicas GslTsnisados ........................ 119
Tablas de Planchar Madera ......................... 3.9
ESCOBAS INNOVACIN ............. 0.72
Cucharas Sopa .........
Taedoras ...............
CaehlUos ...............
Cacharitas Caf ........
FUNDAS BLANCAS
0.12
0.12
0.25
8.09
0.50
SARDINAS EN ACEITE OLIVA ...................... 0.20
CATRES DE CAMPANA EXTRA ..................... 5.95
Pantallas ............... ........................... '
Cortinas para Ventana ............................. 'A
CATRES DE CAMPAA, FINOS
5.49
Tablas de Planchar, en Metal ....................... 94
Planchas Elctricas ............. .................. **J
CUBIERTAS para TABLA PLANCHAR .............. 1.11
ALFOMBRAS Caucho Piso .......................... 14
Reoadares de Rops .................................
Oroalllas para tender ropa, decena ...............
PARA EL HOGAR Y LA COCINA
VASOS DECORADOS, 9 Onzas......... 0.08
9.M
COPAS PARA HELADOS
Vasas para Licor ...........
Vasos para Cerresa .........
Vasos para Jagos ...........
Azucareras de Vidrio........
Ratidores con Recipiente .
Exprimidores con Recipiente
0.12
0.0
.1
0.09
04
0.9
0.J5
JUEGOS DE 6 VASOS ................ I.U
JUEGOS DE LUNCHEON, 32 pzs. 4.39
GRAN VARIACIN DE ARTCULOS DE VIDRIO FYREX
PLATOS LLANOS Y HONDOS .................. tz 0.3S
PLATOS BLANCOS HONDOS ....................* "
TAZAS CON PLATOS, COLOR ......................
VAJILLAS INGLESAS AAlii.V............. 'Im
JUEGOS CAFE, IS PIEZAS, PERSONAS ............ 2.49
JUEGOS DE 10 OLLAS
ALUMINIO
Jaegoa de OUas con Upa, 10 tamaos
BANDEJA ALUMINIO ...............
Aiueareras ...........................
TACHOS ............................
TETERAS ...........................
SOPERAS ...........................
9.95
...... 0.71
...... 9.47 x
14S 1.4 y
j,4t 1.79 y
9.9
9.34
0.54
13
1.3
2.4
SARTENES
1.19-0.85 0.49
CUCHARONES ..............
COLADORES, RALLOS y EMBl DOS
PLATOS ALUMINIO...............
GARRAFONES ....................
.2 y
1.19 9.99
9.19
9.19
. 945
y 045
PORTAVIANDAS
2.98-2.48 198
Cobos para Hacer Helados ................
Exprimidores mecnicos ...................
Aparate* Picar Hielo ............
Joeges Cubiertos con Estuehe en Plateado
S.50
5.29
4.79
745
MANGUERAS PLSTICAS, M Colore 4.95
CUBOS GALVANIZADOS............. 0.69
BALDES GALVANIZADOS ............ 1.65
PAUELOS BLANCOS
CAMISAS SPORT EXTRA ...
Camisetas Interferes .........
Pantaln* Kaki .............
Pantalones Diablo Faerte ...
CALZONCILLOS EN BLANCO
Estilogrficas ...............
Camisas salas ds Trabaja
PARA HOMBRES
.. 2 x 0.25 MEDIAS NYLON, poro Hombre
v .
.....
......
14S

MS
1.91
Entendedores Suisos
Cstsondllos en color
Camisas ARROW ...
Pijamas Extra Finas
Pantalones Blancas
Medias, dasda .......
Brechas para Afeite r
0.59
. .M
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EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
VIERNES, AGOSTO 31, 1951
No Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR Ect
Que La Ruta Al Departamento De Los CLASIFICADOS DEL P.
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mnimo por
12 palabra*.
3e por cada
palabra adicional.
SERVICIO LEWIS
Ave. Tivcll No 4
Tal. 2-221)1
KIOSRO DE LESSEPS
Parqut de
Panasa.
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 ' Julio
Tel 2-MI1
BOTICA CARLTON
Art Melendei I05J
TU. 25SColin.

SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Calle 11 Oeee Ne. U.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calle H No. 57. Panam
Ave. Cenital 12-17 Cel.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
SIVINOIN:Cl.vee. fukene Mfft,
acero cenaiseV Fix-Tax 'carton
illeJer para celes reoil mode-
re, lovemenol, enditados, etc.
le precio mu oe|0 an pese.
AGINCIAS GLOBALES. Vi. Isa-
*e. Ilofende Juon Franco). Tal.
s-1503.____________________
SE VENDE: Mejor oferto, llanta
nuevo Firestone. 900 x 18. 10 lo-I
nos. Tronsporte pesado. Perfecto
condicin. The Texos Co.. (Pa-
nama! Inc.
SE VENDE:En el Boxor Panameo !
Central 78, pope fino de calcor,
para pinos, 20 x 36, rollo B.5.00, j
yarda 0.50 y papel carbn fino 8 :
8 1-2 x 14 a 0.01 la hoja.
VENDIMOS uno mquina col nue-
va de coser cajetas de cartn cea- i
rrugado y grapas. Lia. Dulcidlo i
Gonzlez N S. A. Fbrica de Mo- !
scicos. Ave Cubo No. 8.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA: Cocinera con ex-
periencia y referencia. Debe dormir
en el empleo. Llame Tel. 3-0405.
SE NECESITAEmpleado pora oficio
domstico. Lime colle 49 No. 1 3,
Bella Vista, edificio Grecia.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora la-
var y planchar que duerma en la
coso. Casa Toma. Arias. Avenida
Cuba y calle 32. Exposicin.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda seria pa-
ra el servicio, sin hijos y con re-
ferencias. Colle 32 Este No. 27.
SE VENDE
Bienes Races
CA. O LEFEVRI Tel. 2-33'?
VEND LOTES
Fago inicial mnimo 1.100.00
MmmmI B. 15.00
Lotes con Calle-- y Acueductos de
lo Ciudud desda b 1 .C0 el metro
Alquqrrcs equipo pesado poro
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilarroi lotes o largos plazos.
Club ra lotos. B.3.00 y B.4.00
semana!!.
SE VENDE:Taller de Ebanisteriq,
per razones viaje. Calle Pedro A.
Diaz No. I, ol lado de la Plaza
Herrera.
SE ALQUILA
Apartamentos
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento en Son
Francisco de la Caleta. Informes
Estacin gosolino San Jos, VI
Espaa No. 2.
SE NECESITA:Empleodo paro la-
var y planchar, cuidar nios. Debe
dormir en el empleo. Colle Jos
Vallorino No. 21, bajos
SE VENDE:Ropa de etiqueta: 3,
trojes de seora, tomao 14; pora j
caballero. I smoking blanco y
pantalones negros y tambin va- '
ros vestidos completos, terrario
42 de olto. Hozzord. telfono Bal- |
boo 3430, colle Son Pob'o No. ;
769.
SE NECESITA: Uno sirventa poro
lo limpieza de la coso. Troiga re-
comendacin. Calle 38 # 35.
Frente Emboioda Americano.
SE NECESITA: Carguera con ex-
periencia y que le guste los ni-
os. Intil presentarse sin reco-
mendacin. Ave. Per 58 oltos.
SE VENCE:Aborroterio buena, pre-
c o ganga, por motivo viaje. Calle
12 No. 16, San Francisco.
SE VENDE
Artculos le Casa
SE VENDE:Juego de recmora ta-
llado, 8 piezas, hecho en Chiha.
Ave. Jo. Feo. de la Osa No. I,
SE VENCE:Vitrina, aparador, pei-
nadora, estante, comodita, canti-l
no, gabinete de cocina, vajilla I
completa y bicicleta. Horos de!
oficina. Ave. Pablo Arosemena No. |
18. I
SE VENDE:Casa y 3.750 metros de
tierra en Nuevo Arroijn. H. R.
Evorts. opartodo I 145 Ancn, Zo-
na del Conol. Tel. Bolboa 1214.
SE VENDE:2 lotes y cosa de con-
creto, carretera Aeropuerto; Santo
Clara. Llame Balboa 2830 o vea
Dr. Gront fin de semana. Sonta
Clara.
NECESITO: Cocinera competente,
dispuesta o lavar y planchar. Dir-
jnse Calle 49 Este No. 1 .Tel. 3-
0774.
MADERAS NACIONALES
Vendemos madero poro cielo-roso.
pitos o divisiones. Boceo. Cedro Gro-
nodino. bombito colorado, ciguo
amarillo, etc.
Vinicolo Licorera. S A
Tel. 2-1026 2-1028.
Sc VENDEUn gabinete de 4 hue-'
cos para sodas B.225.00. Un mo-
tor de medio caballo B.25.00. Uno
cajo fuerte chica en bjena condi-
cin B.85.00. Calle 16 y Calle C.
Tienda La Pradera. Tel. 2-2882.
SE NECESITA:Uno persona que se- i
pa cocinar, no tiene que dormir i
en el empleo. Ave. Manuel Mo.
Icaza B No. 26, Campo Alegre,
Panam. |
SE NECE1ITA:Bueno cocinera con i
referencias Buen sueldo. Ocurra '
Colle 31 E. No. 38. I
STVEDE--
Aiilomviles
SE VENDE
Botes v Motores
SE VENDE:Bote de motor de 20,
pies, con todos los requisitos pato
pescor. Nuevas* condiciones. 465
Club Nutico de Balboo. Ocurro
752-C. ll-ilboo Rood.
SE VENDEVengo o lo AGENCIA
NASH y veo un nuevo carro en ex-
hibicin eite fin do emana. Abisr-
to Sabodo y Dominoo de 9:00 A.
M. a 10:00 P. M.
SE~VENDE~Carro Buick 1947. Fo-
olidodes de pago. Cantina Auro-
ra, calle 12 Oeste No. 22, Pana-
m.
SE VENDELa Refresquen'a "Peno-
nom" Ave. A No. 55, I Plazo He-
rrera) por no poderla c tender sus
dueos. Telfono 3-0271, Pao-'
rr.
SE VENDE:
Lotes en casi todos los sectores de lo
Urbanizacin El Cangrejo, desde
$5.75 el M*.
ROIERTO MIRO
telfono 2-1215. Panam.
ATENCIN, DUEOS DE BIENES
RAICES:Tenemos clientes paro
residencio*, casos de 2 apartamen-
tos y lotes, todo preferiblemente |
e" Bella Visto. El Cangrejo, Altos \
del Golf y Paitill i. Para resulte-
dot y eficiente e inmediato servi-
cio personal. Home o Wolff y Ca ,
Tel. 2-2388, Calle 5a.. No. 22.
"Te necesita
General
SE VENDE:Un chinero de caoba de j
4x7 ,eon puertas ojivales y 5
estantes: $135.00. Persianas vene- '
cinos. 6 grandes y 6 pequeos:
$100.00. Un espejo de tomao \
natural, con morco de cooba. $10.
00. Hazzord. telfono Balboa i
3430, calle San Pablo No. 769.
SE VENDE:Urgente: juego d re-
cmara completo o por piezas; Ro-
pero de tres cuerpos B.75.00;
pelnadoro espejo entero B.75.00.
cama doble, colchn Beautyrest, 2
mesas de noche. 1 mecedora, B.
85.00. Juego recmara de comas
gemelos. Estufo de gas de cuatro
fogones con horno y asador, casi
nueva. Set de bamb. Cems uten-
silios de caso. Via Espaa 2024.
se alquila
Tasas
PRONSTICOS
Por ONE-TWO-KID
1DON SIZZLE
aTAPSY
3BROCHACTO
4DIEZ DE MAYO
6PRESTIGIO (i
6CHARLES S
F'pnseca |
Jota Jo^a
Vllarreal I
Diana i
Beliarset
Ranchopaja
SE VENDE:Ford Sedon Do, Luxe.:
4 puertas, modelo 1941, recin
pintado, con tapicera recien arre-
glada y con llanles en buenos con- j
diciones. Ave. Ecuador No. I F,
apartamento No. 5, altos, parte de
atrs.
SE ALQUILA:Coso completamen-
te amoblada, 3 recmaras, cuarto
servicio, garage. Telfono 3-3143.
SE ALQUILAN:- Un chalet y apar-
tamentos de dos v tres piezas. In-
formes telfono 485 o 334 Coln.
SE ALOUILA:Casa completamente
amoblado. 3 recmoras, cuorto
servicio, garage. Tel. 3-3143.
SE NECESITA: Dos hombres con
referencias y buena presencio.
Avenido Centrol 47 Apto. 23.
SE NECESITA:Chofer competente
y experto. Acudo estacin de bus
Servicio de Tronsportoon Amen-
cona. West Bank. Estacin Noval,
Zona del Conol:
SE ALQUILA
locales
SE ALQUILA:Locol paro oficina.
Ambo de' Teatro Centra'.
7PINCEL Tamesis II
8 ALKONS1TO Harina
9MISS FAIRFAX Nitinsicy
10SUAVO Lituana
11HECHIZO Guarina
Ayer declar ante
dicha sum de dinero es ridicu-
la en comparacin con las su-
mes que han retirado otros i
Jefes de dicha institucin para '
gastos de viajes.
Que en cualquier institucin j
tu-nonia los jefes tienen cier-
ta cantidad de dinero para
gastos Imprevistos o viajes re-'
pe.itinos que tengan que hacer.
Su viaje a Costa Rica y Gua-
temala se debi a la invitacin
que hiciera el Jefe del Seguro
Social de Guatemala para efec-
tuar una conferencia entre los
tres pases hermanos.
Agrega el seor Silvers que i
ruando en Cosa Rica se in-
form que el director del Se-
guro de Guatemala se encon-
traba en Panama, razn por la'
cual no hizo el viaje hasta I
Guatemala v decidi regresarse
a esta ciudad.
Termin' diciendo en tu de-
claracin el Licenciado Silvera !
que la denuncia presentada no |
s ms que una calumnia y qu
el seor Solis Palma considera i
que para defender la posicin
oficial que ocupa tiene nece-
sidad de echarme lodo y recu-
rrir a estos medios.
ACABAN DE LLEGAR!
ESTUFAS PERFECTION
SE VENDEWillys sodan '42. exce-
lentes condiciones. Montas nuevos, j
tambin curso completo contabili- !
dad "Northwestern" I I tomos, fa- (
alidades de pogo. Calle 52 No. 2.
Apto. 3. |
SE VENCE:Ford 1949, en mogni- '
fico estado, con radio, relej, asien-
tos con cubiertos de niln y 4 Mon-
tos adicionales. $1,100 00 Hoz-,
zard. telfono Balboa 3430. Colle
San Pablo No. 769.
" |
Encontrado uno que
fu secuestrado en
El Lbano en 1904
PROVIDENCE. R. H.. agosto
31. (UP). La seora Ida
Bechara, de 64 aos de edad,
declar que cree haber loca-
lizado en Argentina a su hijo
que fue secuestrado en Bei-
rut en 1904.
La seora Bechara manifes-
t que el hombre que ella cree
es su hijo se llama actualmen-
te Jorge Azar, que segn dijo
es dueo de una prospera pa-
nadera en Mendoza. Argenti-
na. Agrego la seora que ambos
se han estado escribiendo des-
de hace algn tiempo y que
esperan poder ve;.se pronto.
La seora Bechara dijo que
hace 47 aos, cuando ella iba |
a partir en un buque des-de
Beirut a Estados Unidos, una
desconocida le arrebat su hijo
de solo 3 meses de nacido y
oe.^apareci. Pese a sus esfuer-
zos, no pudo localizarlo.
La seora manifiesta que
Jorge le ha dicho en sus car-
tas que el secuestrador fue su
"to" que en el lecho de muer-
te le confeso el hecho. Dijo que
se haban puesto en contacto
cuando Joiye hi/o Investigado-;
nes por medio de peridicos e
itrlesias sirias en Estados Uni-
dos.
Woo acebo do llegar un paquelo embar-
gue de eetuai a keratin nu-rco pr.H-
ItCTlON", de dae y trae fogoneo Lee
entregarnos en Club de Entrega ol Subs-
cribirse. Tambin siempre tenemos par-
tes de repuestos, tales cc-so mica*., qpr.
madores, mechas, chimenea*, cuellos, etc.
Mueblera CASA SPARTON
fentrel ZB. Callenlo
Hacen solicitud al
se d el nombre de Isabel He-
rrera O. a la Escuela Profesio-
nal.
2o.Recomendar a los Clubes
de Leones de la Repblica dic-
ten resoluciones similares a la
presente.
3o.Enviar copia de esta Re-
solucin a los diarios ms im-
portantes de la Repblica y a
la seorita Otilia Jimnez S..
compaera infatigable de la se-
orita Herrera en su lucha por
la cultura nacional.
Dr. Maxim (i Carrizo V., vice-
Gobernador; J. A. Soasa D., se-
cretario-tesorero.
Nota: Esta resolucin fue pre-
sentada a! Gabinete para su
consideracin por el presidente
del Club de Leones de Agua-
dulce, don Manuel de J. Urrio-
1*.
SE NECESITACos hombres con re-
ferences y buena presencia. Colle
6o. Ave. Balboa. American Protec- '
ton. Arena de Coln.
SE NECESITA:Costureras con ex-'
perienca en guoyaberos. pantalo-
nes, para fbrica en Sastrera'
"Derby", calle I No. 5.
SE NECESITAApartamento peque-
o con o sin muebles, con gora-
ge. para soltero responsable. Co-
merciante Lime al 2-2626. Horas
de oficina.
Grupo de entusiastas
deportistas realiza
una jira al Darin
Un grupo de deportistas par-
ti hoy hacia la Provincia del
Darin con el fin de realizar
una jira deportiva y estudiar
buscar una mejor solucin a los
problemas deportivos de esa
provincia. '
La jira se extender por di-
versos pueblos de esta provin-
cia, y los muchachos del quin-
teto "Centenario" celebrarn
varios partidos con los darie-
nitas. La jira ha sido organiza-
da por el Prof. Jos de la C
Mel, federado de basketball
quien acomoaar a la deleea-
cin, as como el Lie. Manuel
Roy. seor Daro Rulz y Simn
Martinez.
Juan Moreno subi a
cinco las victorias
consecutivas por K.0.
Por DARKINS
El Darienita Juan Moreno su-
bi a cinco sus victorias conse-
cutivas por nocaut al derrotar
anoche a Danley Brathwaite al
minuto y 51 segundos del cuar-
to asalto, en uno de los movi-
dos e Interesantes encuen'ros
que ofreci la Comisin de Bo-
xeo Aiteur en el Gimnasio
Nacional.
En les otros encuentros, Jac-
kie Thompson venci por deci-
sin de dos Jueces a Roberto
Daz en pelea brava.
Luis Garca reapareci con
una victoria sobre Ernesto Tay-
lor.
En la pelea donde no hubo
decisin, Manuel Portillo y Ovi-
dio Caballero comenzaron dls-
rjuestos a ofrecer la gran bata-
lla, pero a los 45 minutos del
primer asalto Caballero, result
con una brecha en el ojo Iz-
quierdo, suspendindose el en-
cuentro dp acuerdo con las re-
glas amateurs.
Luis Rodrguez. Desando aho-
ra 142 libras v campen de las
135 lbs., venci por decisin a
Leo Johnson.
CLNICA.'equipada, oltos Farmacia
Solazar, cali 16 Oeste No. 28
Penam.
SE ALQUILA: Local Ave. B No.
43. cos esquina con Colle I 3 Este,
barato. Acuda Bozar Ponami.
Avenida Central 78. Tel. 2-2236.
SE ALOUILA:Locol comercial, cer-
co del Seguro Social, caso de
momposteria. Llame al telfono 2-
1 486, Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Totol o parcialmen-
te en la Avenido Central local am-
plio 1500 M*.) recin construido,
con estocionomiento particular.
Telfonos 3-0338 y 2-3333.
SI ALQUILA:
Local paro oficina o negocio en el
Edificio Costillo del Oro, al lado
del hotel El Ponam.
ROBERTO MIRO 2-3231 -2-1215
SE ALQUILA
(liarlo".
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto o persono so-
la o matrimonio sm nios. Cali
Victoriano Lornzo Jr 10. boos.
ALQUILO cuortos para motrimonio o
cobollero de buenas costumbres.
Calle 5o. No. 36.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados,
hombres solos. Lugar fresco y tran-
quilo. Calle Moriano Arosemena
No. 74.
PINTURAS FAMOSAS
Consltenos para mostrar-
le las mejores Pinturas, va-
riados colores y durabilidad
Infinita Tenemos preciosos
colores especiales para el
Interior de su hogar.
$t-a*
w/.
Ave. Norte No. >3 Tel. 2-tfili
' Calle Martn Sosa No. 3
Tel. 3-1434
GUIA
COMERCIAL
81 D. CREE QUE LOS
PRECIOS
han subido en Panam
TOME BUENA NOTA DE ESTE
anuncio que recibimos en una revista
comercial extranjera:
"Emulsin de Chlordane
Concentrado
AHORA en FRASCOS de UNA ONZA.
"Este notable Concentrado de Chlor-
dano mezclado con un cuarto de agua
da un roclo muy efectivo de 2" con-
tra Insectos.
"Se vende al por menor a Si.00 el
frasco de una onza, y a los mayoristas
a solamente $6.00 la docena.
"Pagamos todos los gastos de
transporte".
(Per piedad no damos el nombre
de la Ca.)
NUESTRO PRECIO AL POR
MENOR
por un frasco de 5'i onzas
que d UN GALON es
8 .0.85.
(No pagamos los gastos de
transporte. Lo sentimos.
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 17 Tel. 3-014
PAPEL LUMINOSO
en distintos colores.
TUBERA NEGRA
Y GALVANIZADA
en todos tamaos.
Gran variedad de
FERRETERA "YALE"
Y "C0RBIN"
RICARDO A. MIRO,
S.A.
Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-M
"Vendemos barato
para vender mis"
Tenemos exactamente el
VIDRIO que Id. necesita!
Fbrica de Espejos
EL DIABLO
Calle 16 Este #4 Tel. 2-2600
PERSIANAS MOVIBLES
de MIAMI en vidrio,
madera o aluminio.
Rieles de abrir
v cerrar para
Cortinajes.
Cortina
Plstica
? transparent
j para vitrinas.
La nueva
PERSIANA
VENECIANA
COWES
a precios
bien bajos.
R. A. COWES y Ca.
Tel. S-07M Ave. Cuba No. 67
Persiana Venecianas LUX
a B/.9.50
Entrega
inmediata
Reparaciones
generales.
Industrias
Panamericanas
Calle 2 E -322
Tel S-1713
1
Tubera
Negra
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tubos 4" Sencillos... 4.on
Tubos 4" Dobles......4.40
Tubo 2" Sencillos___2.60
Tubos 2" Dobles___.2.8
Tees 4x4..........2.00
Y ees 2*2..........1.00
Codos ! x2........75
etc.. etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera Pasadena
Toma otro giro el
caso de Burgess y
McCIean en Londres
LONDRES, acost 31. (UP).
El misterio de los dos di-
plomticos britnico* desapa-
recidos tom otro tiro cuando
el Gobierno nef los infor-
mes de prensa de ajue los
a rentes del servicio de Inte-
ligencia militar haban loca-
liado a Donald MacCIean y
Guy Burees.
El peridico "Daily Herald"
Inform hoy que los acon-
tes del servicio de inteliren-
cia militar saban el parade-
ro de MacCIean y Burcoss y
lo que haba ocurrido desde
su desaparicin.
El Ministerio de Relaciones
Exteriores fue inundado por
los periodistas, quienes que-
ran la confirmacin de 1
noticia.
Poco despus, William Ris-
dale, jefe del Departamento
de Prensa del Ministerio de
Relaciones Exteriores expidi
un comunicado diciendo que
"los Informes aparecidos en
ciertos peridicos de que Mac-
CIean y Burcess fueron loca*
tizados, no tiene fundamento
aleono. El Ministerio de Re-
laciones Exteriores se ha co-
municado con el Servicio de
intelicencia Militar y stos
han necado haber dado nin-
Cn informe al respecto".
W SOCIAL
Cumpleaos
Nuestras sinceras felicitacio-
nes para la culta seorita Ra-
mona Prez, quien hoy celebra
su cumpleaos.
1
Intempestivamente
pases sealaron el apresura-
miento por la clausura de la
Segunda Sesin Extraordinaria
del Consejo Interamericano E-
conmlco y Social, que haba al-
terado sus planes de trabajo e
impedido la presentacin de im-
portantes proposiciones- Des-
pus de clausurada la Sesin por
el Presidente Licenciado Gali-
leo Solis, fu ofrecida una re-
cepcin a las delegaciones de
os 20 pases por el Presido;.'e
de la Repblica, don Alcibiaues
Arosemena.
La Conferencia ha aprobado
15 resoluciones sobre precios,
reservas monetarias, transpor-
tes, materiales escasos y coouo-
racin tcnica, de Indudable ir-
leis para las naciones ameri-
canas.
NUEVA MUECA.Los nios tendrn una nueva mueca para
estas Navidades. Se trata de una original mueca a la que so
le puede pintar nuevas caras, secn se ve en la foto.
PERSIANAS
"Sol-Aire"
"Tropical"
CELOSAS
"PRO-TECT-C" la original.
C. A. PORRAS
Tel. 2-3097 Panam
AMPLIFICADORES
"PHILLIPS"
Distribuidores Exclusivos:

VENTAS DE GANADO
BUENOS AIRES, agosto 31.
(SE >. Las ventas de la ex-
posicin anual de ganadera
batieron el record surameri-
cano. subastndose el toro He-
reford Royal Puelche Benja-
min, en 1*0,000.
Tenemos eo existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVOS
de toda dase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2x6/2'*x8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via rispan No. 121
TeL i-1503
El Presidente Truman prev
una posible revisin de su
Tratado de Paz con Italia
WASHINGTON, agosto 31.
(UP>. El Secretarlo de Es-
tado, Dean Acheson, declar
que la oposicin no Impedirla
que las potencias occidentales
hagan mas flexible el tratado
de paz con Italia, de manera
que este pas pueda aumentar
sus fuerzas armadas.
Aunque no lleg a predecir
que el tratado ser revisado.
Acheson claramente indic en
rueda de periodistas, que tal
gestin estaba hacindose.
Dijo que Estados Unidos ha
dedicado especial atencin a
estudiar la peticin presentada
por Italia el 18 de julio enca-
minada a eliminar las restric-
ciones impuestas por el trata-
do, que Impiden a Italia tener
ms de 300,000 hombres en las
fuerzas armadas.
Aad* que el asunto ser
uno de Tos principales temas a
tratarse n su prxima reunin
con los ministras de relacio-
nes exteriores de la Oran Bre-
taa y Francia.
EL REARME ALEMN
Expres el Secretarlo de Es-
tado que otros temas impor-
tantes en la reunin de los
cancilleres occidentales qua
tendr lugar aqu el mes en-
trante ser permitir a Alema*
na Occidental rearmarse y con-
tribuir con tropas al ejrcito del
Pacto del Atlntico Norte, del
General Dwight Eisenhower.
El Secretario de Estado de-
clar que espera que se llegue
a Una decisin antes de fin ds
ao, de manera que Alemania
pueda dar su aporte a la de-
fensa de Europa Occidental.
Rusia es uno de los pases
signatarios del tratado de pa.
con Italia y se da por seguro
que protestar vigorosamente
contra toda gestin occidental
encaminada a eliminar jas clu-
sulas que limitan el podero ar-
mado italiano. I
El tratado prohibe tener a-
vtones de bombardeo, tanques
o acorazados, adems de im-
pedirle fortificar las frontera
septentrionales del pas y limi-
ta el nmero de hombres en
las fuerzas armadas.
Comunistas y nazis raptaon
a lderes obreros chilenos
SANTIAGO DE CHILE, Agocto
31 (UP) El peridico oficia-
lista "La Nacin" Inform i,ue
ia directiva de la Conferenc'-a
de trabajadores de Chile, co-
munista, suspendi a su secre-
tario general. Domingo Soto,
despus de que ste "confeso
que haba sido actor de una co-
media" en relacin con su su-
puesto secuestro junto con el
dirigente de los empleados ban-
carios, Edgardo Maas.
Al mismo tiempo el consejo
de ministros en una sesin ex-
traordinaria acord que el go-
bierno designe un abogado o-
ra que comparezca como parte
en proceso que se ha iniciado
por el supuesto secuestro de
Maas y Soto y por las expresio-
nes Injuriosas pronunciabas
contra las autoridades tanto
por Maas y Soto como por l
txdiputado comunista JianVa.-
gns Puebla y otros durante la
Marcha.de Hambre" que ocu-
rri la semana pasada.
"La Nacin" en la informa-
cin, que Insert en la primera
pgina, dijo que la reunin ce-
lebrada anoche por la directiva
de la conferencia comunista tu-
vo caracteres dramticos sejn
ia informacin. Soto relat lo.,
acontecimientos ocurridos entre
ia madrugada del viernes, en
que junto con Maas desapair-
cieron de sus hogares, hasta la
-madrugada del lunes en que
fueron encontrados por los ca-
iabluiros junto con el supuesto
secuestrador Carlos Alejandro
Flennenberg en una mina de o-
io abandonada entre CasabUr.-
ca y Qullbue.
"La Nacin" dijo que en ne-
cilo de violento debate Soto des-
minti todas sus anteriores de-
claraciones a las autoridades,
incluso la de que' le haban vr.-
."".ado los ojos cuando fu condu-
cido en un automvil desde San-
ugo hasta la mina abanoo-'
nada.
"La Nacin" asegur que co-
mo consecuencia del debate, la
directiva de la confederacin a-
cord:
Primera. Suspender a Soto en
oil cargo de secretario general
mientras no sea aclarada la sl-
.uecln.
Segundo. Realizar una Inves-
tigacin por cuenta propia.
Actividades nazistas
Por su parte, el gobierno a-
cord solicitar de las autorioa-
drs judiciales que realicen una
mvestlgacln-
Primero. Para comprobar 1*
Ingerencia que le corresponde al
partido comunista en esos he-
c'nos "dentro de su plan per-
manente de subversin". A esta
respecto el gobierno seal 1
carta del secretario general (VI
partido comunista, Carlos Gon-
zlez, al partido Socialista I'J-
pular, en la cual propona la ac-
cin de las masas para reem-
plazar al actual gobierno coi.s-
Utuclonal por uno de facto.
Sgurtd. La actuacin cal-
dosa de elementos naziita
destinada a crear un clima de
agitacin que lleve a la crisis
institucional".
Se Inform que en la reunin
del gabinete, el presidente Ga-
bilel Gonzlez Videla apoyo de-
cididamente la accin de la jus-
ticia para esclarecer esos pai-
tos, porque no le caba duda qi'*
la desaparicin o el secuestro
voluntarlo o forzoso de Mao y
Soto "tuvo por objeto provocar
(.aros y huegas revolusionariuc.
tendientes todos a destruir el
sistema constitucional existente'.
COMIDA A PEKIODISTAS
BUENOS AIRES, agosto 31.
"SE. Los periodistas argen-
tinos y brasileos fueron aga-
salados con una comida ofre-
cida por el director del diarlo
"O Radical", de Ro de Janei-
ro. Jorge Galvno. Asisti er
calidad de Invitado de honor el
nuevo embajador brasileo Joar*
Balista Luzardo, acompaado
de numerosos legisladores ca-
riocas que ce hallan de visita
en la Argentina. Galvao hizo
uso de la palabra, y a nom-
bre de los periodistas argenti-
na habl Pedro Antonio Car-
neelia: los dos pusieron de ma-
nifiesto las cordiales relacio-
nes entre los dos pueblos.
A un hongo se
lentas alucinaciones, en las quo
se Imaginaban que eran perse-
guidas por monstruos o que
estaban quemadas vivas.
El Departamento de Salud
Pblica dijo que la crisis hs
rjasado y que no se cree que
haya nuevos casos.
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de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
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Pant agatajar a un grupo, de
ui amistades, la seorita Thel-
ma Schwartz ofreci ayer en su
residencia un t seguido de
Juego de cartas.
Para toa Estados Unidos
Despedimos muy cordialmente
a S.E. el Embajador de Pana-
m en los Estados Unidos, se-
or don Roberto M. Heurte-
matte, quien sigui por la va
area para Washington, D.C- y
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Para una demostracin Gratis o
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a quien deseamos el mayor xi-
to en sus delicadas Junciones
Acompaan al enor Heurte-
matte, el seflor don Edward G.
Miller Jr., Sub-Secretario de
Estado de los Estados Unidos y
el seor don VV". Tapley Bennett,
encargado de- los Asuntos de
Centro America y Panam en
el Departamento de Estado. t\\
despedir a los distinguidos via-
jeros nos complacemos en for-
mular nuestros mejores votos
porque tengan un feliz viaje.
".
Para el Canad
Despedimos atentamente a la
seora doa Consuelo de Castra
Gmez, esposa de S.E. el Emba-
jador de Venezuela en Panam,
seor don Enrique Castro Go-
mez, quien acompaada de su
hija Mara Elisa, siguen hoy
para Montreal, Canad, en don-
de la seorita Castro cursar
estudios.
Para los Estados Unidos
Muy feliz viaje deseamos a la
seora doa Abigail Pacheco de
Diez, quien a bordo del vapor
Cristbal sigue noy rumbo a
BARATILLO
PRECIOS INCREBLEMENTE BAJOS.
DESDE HOY donde
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A LOS NIOS LES GUSTA,
A LOS PADRES
LES CONVIENE!
'
Nueva York.
Despus de haber pasado la
temporada de vacaciones visi-
tando a sus familiares en la
capital, sigue hoy por la va
martima hacia Nueva Yorlc el
Joven Gaspar Pacheco Garca
de Paredes. Lo despedimos.
Tambin siguen hoy a Nueva
York a bordo del vapor Crist-
bal, los jvenes Javier e Ivn
Romero. Muy feliz viaje les de-
seamos.
De lee Estados Unidos
Presentamos un cordial salu-
do de bienvenida al Lie. Julio
j. Fbrega y seora doa Car-
men Arias de Fbrega, quienes
procedentes de los Estados Uni-
dos en donde pasaron una cor-
ta temporada de vacaciones, se
encuentran nuevamente en la
capital
Saludamos atentamente a la
seora doa Edith Arlas de
Hendrickson, quien despus de
varios meses de ausencia re-
gres de Miami.
Enfermes
Pronta mejora le deseamos
a la seora doa Catalina A. de
de la Guardia, quien guarda ca-
ma en el Hospital Panam.
Sufre quebrantos de salud en
su residencia el nllto Eduardo
Lewis Navarro. Que mejore
pronto son nuestros deseos.
Se encuentra recluido en su
residencia sufriendo quebrantos
de salud el seor J. R. Cun-
ningham, Gerente del Hotel El
panam. Pronto restablecimien-
to le deseamos.
El Orfen Ricardo
Zozaya tiene gran
programa el da 5
Cumpliendo con su labor ar-
i-uivuiai. el Un con Ri-
cardo Zozaya del Instituto Na-
cional se presentar el mirco-
les s de septiembre a las 8
de al noche en el Teatro Na-
cional.
Esta agrupacin que cumple
cinco aos al servicio de la cul-
tura musical de Panam, bajo
la direccin del profesor Luis
Vergara, ha elaborado un for-
midable programa coral para el
mircoles.
Se presentarn obras de los
grandes maestros, canciones po-
pulares de varios pases, y en
especial de nuestro folklore na-
cional, actuando el Conjunto
Tpico del Instituto Nacional
de su hija Mitzl Yorballnda
Matos, sus padres Sr. Jos Ma-
tos Jr y seora Mara Minerva
de Matos ofrecern esta tarde
un agasajo en su residencia pa-
ra que los amigultos de Mitzl
pasen ratos agradables. Unimos
nuestras felicitaciones a las
muchas que reciba en este dia.
A un hongo se debe
la "locura del pan
Francs", se afirma
PONT SAINT ESPRIT, Fran-
cia, agosto SI. (UP). Las
autoridades francesas anuncia-
ron oficialmente que la "locu-
ra del pan" que ha costado 4
vidas y aterrorizado a los 4,400
habitantes de esta pequea po-
blacin, ha sido provocada por
el "hongo ergot" del trigo, algo
que sucede una vez cada 900
aos.
El diagnstico fue dado por
el profesor Jean Olivier, Jefp
del Laboratorio de Marsella y
anunciado en Pars.
Mientras tanto, varias victi-
mas de la epidemia tuvieron
que ser atadas con camisas de
fuerza debido a las convulsio-
nes. Cinco otras victimas en-
traron a un estado comatoso
despus de haber sufrido vio-
'Paw lo Pie Col a
MATRIMONIO
bajo la direccin de la profe-
sora Adela de Sosa.
El orfen estar acompaado
or la Banda Republicana bajo
la direccin del profesor Eduar-
do Charpentler.
*
DESCUENTO
En TODOS LOS MUEBLES DE NIOS
I pnlns al Contado y a Platos
SUSCRBASE A NUESTRO CLUB
MUEBIERIR
AVE.CENTRAL y CALLE 21 E.1TEIS.2-1830
Y 2-1833
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Benigna G. de Morgan
Lie. Ramn Palacios Parrilla
Srta. Gabriela Maria Duque
Garca.
Sr. Cario A. Cervera.
Sra. Lilia de Len de Fernn-
dez.
Nia Mayra Virginia Laverg-
ne Fonseca.
Nia Michelle Oasteazoro La-
cayo.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Olga Zubieta de Oiler
Sra. Blgica Quljano de Mo-
rales.
Sra. Lucle Gambottl de Prez
Sra. Lolita Denis de Gonzlez
Srta. Carmen Mrquez.
Srta. Tenia Zubieta Arlas.
Dr. Luis Vallarlno
Nia Natette Boyd Obarrio
Nia Lorlf del Carmen cas-
tro Vsquee.
Nia Lourdes Aurora Castre-
lite.
Aniversario de Matrimonio
Felicitamos al seor Flix
Gonzlez v seora Celmlra V.
de Gonzalez quienes celebran
en esta fecha el aniversario de
su matrimonio.
Cumpleaos !
Nuestras sinceras felicitacio-
nes a Doa Josefa Donderis de
Isaac quien en el dia de ayer
celebr su cumpleaos. Al mis-
mo tiempo nos place felicitarla
por su aniversario de bodas
naciendo extensivas nuestras
felicitaciones a su esposo el Sr.
Martn Isaac.
Cumple aos hoy el niito
Julio Ernesto Sosa Jr. hijo del
seor Julio Ernesto Sosa y se-
ora Lille de B. de Sosa. Le
deseamos al nio Jullto como
cariosamente le llaman, que ten
ga un aniversario de nacimien-
to muy feliz.
Saludamos atentamente al
seor Julio Ernesto Sosa, quien
lleg ayer de una corta jira de
negocios por Costa Rica y Chi-
riqu.
Agasaje
Para festejarle el cumpleaos
DIVIRTASE ESTE FIN DE 5EMANA EN


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Agasaje a sus amigos en el prtciaso Saln Bta Vista
con nuestras bebidas y exquisitas comidas y escuche
a bella voz de Maria del Rey en su ltima noche
en Panam Sbado a as 1:30 y 11:30 p m.

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JOHN HAIG
Abierto todos los das de 7 a.m. huta las 8 p.m.
Domingos de 8:00 a.m. hasta la 1:00 p.m.
EL MEJOR MERCADO DE PANAMA
(Bajo Nueva Gerencia)
Carie 15 y Avenida Belisario Porras
(San Francisco de la Caleta)
Maana sbado, a las I a.m.,
contraern matrimonio en la
Iglesia de Fort Kebbc la Joven
Sara Hernndez, hija de la Sra.
Antonia Hernndez, con el seor
Russell Hayduk, hijo de Steve
Rusel!.
Sern los padrinos la seora
Jllma Castro y el seor Flave
Brooks.
La Joven pareja ofrecer una
recepcin familiar a sos amis-
tades a las 3 p.m.
Nuestras sinceras felicitacio-
nes a la Joven pareja.
zier al telfono 19, quien pasar
a recogerlos.
Carnavato a beneficio
de loe pobres
Asista usted maana al ear-
navallto auspiciado por los en-
tusiastas miembros del Club Los
Tigres, a beneficio de los po-
bres. Amenizar este acto *o-{;
eial la orquesta de Armando
Boza. La entrada costar so-'
lamente un balboa para caba-,
Ueros y comienza a las 8 D.m.ij
hasta las 5 a.m. Habr grn-|
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des sorpresas y premios.

Solas o acompaadas
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH UERTONCINI
Tel. II Apide. lew
Felicitacin
El Jueves celebraron sus na-
tales las nias Julia Rosa y
Josefa Ramos. Aunque algo tar-
de le hacemos llegar nuestras
felicitaciones.
De nuevo entre nosotros
Las seoritas Rita y Verni-
ca Fisher, se encuentran nue-
vamente entre nosotros, des-
pus de haber pasado unas
merecidas vacaciones en la her-
mana Repblica de Costa Ri-
ca en la residencia de doa
Carmen Jimnez de Aguilera.
Para ellas nuestros saludos de
bienvenida.
Cumpleaos de hoy viernes
Nuestras felicitaciones hace-
mos llegar a la seorita Manen
Fenton, quien en esta fecha
celebra sus natales.
De las hermanas de S*n
Vicente de Pal
Las hermanitas de San Vi-
cente de Pal avisan a las per-
sonas caritativas, que les en'
vien prendas de vestir para la
venta qua efectuarn el da 4
de septiembre, frente al mer-
cado pblico a beneficio de loe
pobres. Los paquetes pueden
ser enviados a la escuela de
San Vicente de Pal o pueden
llamar a la seora de Oeen-
URETRA
Ardor n la uretra $\ fcicer ifUM; el fit-
ter la a ajotas y con dificultad: el tener ut
tnranUnt a media noche* indican ova tas
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ABIERTO HASTA LAS 9 P.M.
u familia...*.
JULIANA
Las mujeres de nuestros pases que visitan Nueva York, se admiran de cmo
las americanas pueden mantener sus casas tan limpiecitas y bien arreglada
sin tener a veces ms ayuda que la de una criada que trabaja medio da..,
si la tienen!
i'10 te debe en gran pane ll sistema
de vida y a loa numerosos accesorios
que hay para facilitarlo iodo. Va le* he descrito
algunos y hoy me refiero a uno o loa ms: pero si
quieren informaciones de algo especial escrbanme...
y si desean hacer alguna adquisicin cribanle a
Betty, mi secretaria, que se considera compradora
especialista. La direccin es: $45 Madison Avenue,
llth loor. Dept. 5A, New York 17. New York.
Mima si puede usted transformar en
verdadero arte la tarea de cocinar!
Con un accesorio que parece mgico.
el WARING BLINDOR. usted puede
preparar comidas y bebidas mucho
ms deudosas que nunca... y con
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mticamente rn cinco segundos. No
es maravilloso? Hav dos modelos de
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De Chocolate, Vainilla o Caramelo...
los Pudines JELL O deleitan a to-
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El primer suspiro dt amor ...as
ti ltimo dt la sabidura.
(. Burnj)
cada cucharadila sabe a puro chooo-
la'.e! Nadie se conforma con un solo
pialo... todos quieren repetir. Y
cuando pruebe usted el cremoso Pu-
dn de Vainilla te convencer de que
las mujeres de gusto lo mismo saben apreciar el sabor
de un buen postre como la elegancia de un bello
traje. Y los ninot se arrebatan con el Pudn de Ca-
-amelo ... loslo les parece poco... siempre piden ms
ir,"."A E" " ** Pblema. porque los Pudines
JtLL-O se preparan en un dot por tres. Siga las
instrucciones del paquetev en unos cinco -
tiene usted un Pudn bien hecho...
A falta de leche fresca, use 1 taza
de leche evaporada y I taza de agua
tut Pudines JELL-O quedarn siem-
pre suavea y rico. Prubelos hoyj
Unas nuevas otra* de aluminio que cocinan al vapor
tirnm i evolucionado el campo culinario porque los
alimentos preparadot en ellas retienen tus \iia-
is y minerales, y porque la economa de gas es
tecomien.
evita as que te escapen de los ali-
mentos, durante la coccin, derlas vi
laminas susceptibles al aire: Es tabas
do que mientras menot agua conten*
gan los vegetales ms nutritivos re*
tullan, y en este caso slo el vapor
de la tapa es necesario. Al montarla
al fuego este debe ser alto, pero pasa-
dos algunos minutos se reduce la lla-
ma al mnimo. Adems... tienen tan
linda forma que pueden llevarse a la
mesa especialmente ruando el teni-
do se declare en huelga!
Cada da hav algo nuevo para acentuar la eleganda
femenina! Ahora puede usted cambiar de pulsera di
reloj con la misma facilidad con que cambia d collar.
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tas notables pulseras, que usted misma puede colocar
a su reloj, son las J-B CHAMPION con extremos
End-O-Malic. En pocos segundos, y sin necesidad dt
utar mis que tus delicado! dedo, quita usted una
puliera J-B CHAMPION y coloca otra... Todas toa
de exquisito gusto: una no tabe cules elegir entra
tantas pulseras J-B CHAMPION tan vistosas y mo-
dernas ... Por suene son tan eco-
nmicas que es fcil adquirir varias!
Y, adems, las pulseras de reloj
J-B CHAMPION tienen la Ventaja
de que resisten la oxidacin. Pitia
ver olas pulseras bien pronto...
y antique la tiente comprar todot
lot estilos no le pesar!
...Vusted
minutot
insuperable!
., l^ 'e aseguro que en su
tu ' ,J"X *'or lnJi,ra, u"ed flore
aV -1 //\' i ' t broche, qte i
f^' n I jf\ convienen en lindas
,* 5L_/II transforman en utr fus
ti-
Para quitar ti hipo, moje tn
vinagre un terroncito de azcar
y djelo disolver tn la boca.
enoinic.
dan.
Los experto cu nutricin las
esperialmenie las de tapa de vidrio, pues co-
ta a nave, no o preciso desiaDailas. be
Le aseguro que en su gaveta de toca-
" flores v lazos, cuen-
combinados ta
accesorios que
stanie tu toilet-
te. | No te necesita ter un geniol
El deseo femenino de ludr rail
atractiva obra milagros! Si lleva
falda y blusa, rompa la monotona:
confeccinete un ancho cinturn da
tafetn, hgale an drapeado y ljate-
lo con un broche. E de erecto muy
lindol La noche de baile vaya di
_, una: lleve en tu mueca un rasa
de leiciopelo negro adornado con cuentas. Es una
fantasia extica que realza enoimemente la belleza
de tu mano. -Y que diremos de esa preciosas gar-
ganiilras hechas de dntitas angostas y perlitas o (cen-
las de color? Llvelas anudadas al cuello ron un ta-
ino atrs. (Frivolidad encantadora y chid
V
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PAGINA OCHO

EL PANAMA AMKBIOA DIARIO INDEPCNDIBNTB
VIERNES, AGOSTO SI, 1M1
Actuar ei Dgo. en la Plaza de S. Francisco
Aqu vemos Nito Ortega, valiente figura del toreo, en mo-
mento* en que se despeda de la aficin colombiana, despus
de matar el ltimo toro de la tarde en la Plaza Santa Mara
de Bogot, concedindole la aficin la oreja (que muestra en
la mano levantada), por su gran actuacin de ese da. Nito
Ortega se presentar el domingo en la inauguracin de la
temporada en la plaza situada en el Jardn San Francisco.
Las competencias de basket del Club
Juvenil Internacional comienzan mna.
Maana en la noche se inau-
gurarn en el Gimnasio de la
Escuela Profesional las com-
petencias de basketball del Club
Juvenil Internacional.
El acto comenzar a las 7
p.m. y se ha elaborado un a-
tractivo programa que com-
prende desfile de los equipos
uniformados y acompaados de
su respectiva madrina; pala-
bras por el Lie. Manuel Roy;
palabras por el presidente del
club: obsequio a la seorita
directora del plantel, etc.
Lanzar la primera bola el
gran deportista, Ing. Norberto
Navarro, Ministro de Obras P-
blicas.
Los encuentros corrern a
cargo de los quintetos Dadma
vs. Dep. Remn en el circuito
mayor y yista del Mar vs. Dep.
Eleta en el circuito menor.
En estas competencias estn
inscritas 14 conjuntos, siete en
cada grupo; se efectuar una
vuelta en cada grupo, y al final
los tres primeros de cada cir-
cuito realizarn una serle para
decidir el respectivo campeo-
nato.
Con motivo de la apertura de
la contienda, se cita a todos los
i directores de los equipos Ins-
critos en las dos categoras a
| una importante reunin ma-
| aa sbado a las 3 de la tar-
: de en el Jardn Balboa.
Se efectuar Cpto.
Nacional de billar
El dia 8 del mes prximo se
celebrar en esta ciudad el tor-
neo nacional de carambolas, se-
gn hemos sido informados.
Al efecto ya se encuentran
inscritos varios de loa mejoies
exponentes de este deporte en
nuestro medio y el campen se
har acreedor a un trofeo do-
nado por la Oficina moderna.
Hasta ahora se han inscrito
Carlos Chang Marn, Guillermo
Mimo Martinez, Tommy Mars-
hall y Jorge Garca.
MElOREa-AMRIEUCM
Johnny Sain ha
sido adquirido
por los Yanquis
NUEVA YORK, Agosto SI
(UP) Los Yanquis adquirie-
ren de los Bravos al lanzador
Johnny Sain que en aos pala-
cios ha sido uno de los ms bri-
llantes serpentineros de la Liga
Nacional.
En cuatro de las ltimas cin-
co temporadas San ha ganado
ms de 20 desafios pero este a-
o el veterano abandono los
travos con un record de cinco
ganados y trece perdidos. Se
rumora que sufre de dolores en
el brazo, pero los Yanquis es-
tn sumamente necesitados de
un lanzador en su lucha por el
trapo de la Liga Americana.
Eventos deportivos se
desarrollarn mna y
el Dgo. en Peoncito
Eventos deportivos tendrn
lugar maana y el domingo en
la poblacin de El Peonci'o
j (AlcaldeDaz con motivo de ce-
lebrar, su Tercer Aniversario de
Fundacin.
En el atractivo programa con-
feccionado, estn anunciabas
diferentes pruebas deportivas
para maana comenzando a las
10 a.m ; y el domingo se corre-
r una Marathn pedestre a las
9 y 30 de la maana.
Joe Louis pelear
con Rocky Marciano
el 11 de octubre
NUEVA YORK, Agosto 31
(UP) Rocky Marciano y el ex
campen mundial de los pesos
pesados Joe Louis firmaron sus
contratos para celebrar una pe-
lea el da 11 de Octubre a un
limite de dies asaltos en el Po-
lo Grounds de Nueva York.
Louls recibir el 45 por ciento
lie las entradas mientras que
Marciano el 18 por ciento.
Fjese,::
Vr use
stttoeHg
THADIMARK
VASE1.INP. la am . Mhrfe. ratUmaW
4. I. ChM.hr.nrt Ml.. C Cmm'*
Es posible que
Cocl no vaya al
Cpto. de basket
ANTCN, Agosto 31 (corres-
ponsal Chong) Es muy posi-
ble que el equipo de Cocl no
asista al Campeonato Nacional
de basketball segn ha podi-
do constatar este corresponsal.
Al efecto se han suscitado acres
discusiones entre los miembros
de las Ligas de baloncesto de
Antn y de Penonom para la
escogencia de la seleccin.
La directiva de esta liga se
ha reunido ya cuatro veces con
el fin de llevar a cabo esta
escogencia. pero la discrepancia
de ideas acerca de los Jugado-
res ha imposibilitado la selec-
cin final.
En vista de ello este corres-
ponsal, present renuncia como
vocal de la liga y se espera
que los otros miembros de An-
tn tambin se retiren del seno
de la Liga.
El Boxeo Amateur Del Mar ann
Inicia Esta Noche Su Temporada
POCOS FAVORITOS TIENE EL
PROGRAMA HPICO DE MAANA
Por RDEME
Un programa de carreras en
donde los favoritos son conta-
dos, se celebrar maana en 1
Hipdromo Nacional. Las carre-
ras estelares estarn a cargo de
los ejemplares de la clase "G".
La primera de ellas ser la sp-
tima sobre una distancia de
1400 metros. Se enfrentarn
aqu Beduino, Delhi, Pincel, T-
mesls IT, Levadura y Frutal.
Pincel es nuestro escogido pa-
ra Imponerse en esta prueba.
En otra carrera de atraccin
competirn Hechizo, Sun Cheer
Guarlna, Miss Cristina y Betn.
8e destaca aqu Hechizo, que
ha estado muy bien en los 'tra-
bajos" diarlos, Ouarina es el
contendor peligroso.
La cartilla se presenta bas-
tante interesante y a continua-
cin damos* a conocer nuestros
pronsticos:
En la primera carrera. Caa-
veral es nuestro escogido. Fon-
seca es el enemigo.
En la segunda carrera. Jota
Jota no debe perderse. Aqui
Estoy tiene buen opcin.
En la tercera, Vlllarreal debe
Imponerse. Cafetal para el se-
gundo puesto.
En la cuarta carrera, Diez de
Mayo es un robo. Diana es pe-
ligrosa.
En la quinta carrera. Presti-
gio es nuestro escogido. Bat-
tlelng Cloud es el principal ene-
migo..
En la sexta carrera, nos gus-
ta Charles S. Ranchopaja es el
contendor.
En la sptima carrera. Pincel.
Delhi para el segundo lugar.
En la octava carrera, Hanna
se destaca. Alfonsito puede dar
la gran sorpresa.
En la novena carrera, Canta-
claro es nuestro escogido. Baby
Betty es de cuidado.
En la dcima carrera, Suavo
debe Imponerse. Lacnico es el
principal contendor.
En la undcima carrera. He-
chizo debe ganar. Sun Cheer
puede sorprender.
Estrellas Del Boxeo Amateur
De Coln Se Presentan En
El Programa De Esta Noche
COLON, Agosto 31 (Corres-
ponsal) Otra cartilla inteie-
sante de boxeo amateur se ce-
lebrar esta noche en el Gim-
nasio Everardo Nez de e*ta
ciudad'
Destacados pgiles de estas
fiias participarn en el progra-
ma el cual ha despertado inu-
sitado entusiasmo entre los fa-
nticos de la Costa Atlntica.
Sobresale la pelea entre Ral-
lo Lewis vs. Isidoro Martimz,
dos muchachos tajadores q<:e
sin duda alguna brindarn una
gran presentacin esta noche.
. He aqui el programa que se
celebrar:
Ralten Lewta
va-
Isidoro Martines
US libras
Johnny Prea
vs.
Umberto Alfred
147 libra*
Alfred Larry
-r-VS.
George Wilson
112 libras
Leopold* Weather
va.
Ortega St. Justin
127 libras
Claudio Martines
Cornelia Jan
IN libras
w
SU1t
,41 1 *7 KL.
mtirti
tuca
|)St
in v v
SAPOLIO
EN PANES O EN POLVO
SB>H impurH nvtvi Sttllaia, mayor Hrttfatfa*
y ffiplanda t cuchillera y I lumini*.
Da bxilU y lu.'r* iwmidtrai, nln|Ht-
"ra, cecinas, * y motaic*. Uinaia
mmerm. aiiet. llnUa. P'f t !
minii. Na ') !' I|ni.
Ini.it- n I ItflMirw.. * U
/< S APOlrO.
Arreglado un
excelente Pgma.
de cinco peleas
La Temporada de Boxeo Ama-
teur del Maran se Inicia esta
noche con un excelente progra-
ma, donde participarn desta-
cadas figuras he esta actividad,
como Totl Elias, Klko Mosque-
ra, Alberto Tem, Luis Rodr-
guez, etc.
Distinguidas personalidades asi
como conocidos deportistas han
sido Invitados a esta funcin
deportiva que promete resultar
completamente satisfactoria.
Adems la Comisin de Boxeo
Amateur del Maran inaugu-
rar su cuadriltero, pedido es-
pecialmente a los Estados Uni-
dos.
Para dar ms animacin a !a
funcin, el conjunto musical
Pana-Trinidad tocar alegres
piezas entre cada pelea.
Los precios acordados para el
Programa de esta noche son:
B.0.30 y 0.15, v los encuentros
estn arreglados entre los si-
guientes gladiadores:
Totl Elias vs Jos Aldrete
105 libras
Kiko Mosquera vs J. Gomler
112 libras
Esta Smna. Se Juegan Los Sem
Finales Del Torneo Dk Golf
R. Pedreta va E. Torreglosa
US libras
Juan Chacn va Alberto Tem
128 libras
Luis Rodrigues vs Lineo Weeks
Lea "El Avioo nmiHi'nn*
Este fin de semana tendrn
lugar los Semifinales del XIV
Torneo A.,ual Esso de Golf en
la cancha del Club de Pana-
m, y en el Primer Grupo se
medirn en Juego que ha lla-
mado poderosamente la aten-
cin de los aficionados:
-b Mitten vs Georce RHey
Billy Beeson vs Jim Riley
En el Segundo GruDo Jugarn:
Rene Estripeaut vs Harvey Beall
Lu Arango vs Rey Valds
Los partidos del Tercer Grupo
estarn a cargo de:
R. de Mena vs R. M. Golden
Stanton Brown vs T. A. Clisbee
E. Powell ti l. H. WatMn
A. Miranda va B, Medinger
En el Cuarto Grupo medirn
fuerzas:
Paul Moran vs Paul Fulk
Bolvar Vallarino vs J. A. Curtis
D. Kenn vs ".. H.-lligsn
R. Bilings t P. Baraett.
Coleccionista. . Incluyante en nuettro gran
CLUB DE DISCOS
Que vn desde B|. 00 ^00 Semanales.
Is su gran oportunidad de poseer los ltimos "hits" bailable
y toda la clase de msica que u espritu desee.
Ca. Cyrnos Cyrnos para Regalos
Ave. J. Feo. de la Ossa #1
Cruce Tvoll Tel. 2-17M
Ave. Tvoll No. IS
NOTICIA SENSACIONAL
suscrbase a nuestro club
y recibir un tiquete para la RIFA de un
CARRO DODGE y adems tendr opcin
a la RIFA SEMANAL de B/. 200.00 EN
EFECTIVO. Tambin ofrecemos un tique-
te por cada B/. 10.00 en efectivo que us-
ted compre o pague.
t
ADQUIERA por SISTEMA DE CLUB
MUEBLES DE CAOBA por JUEGOS
o por PIEZAS SUELTAS.
COLCHONES, ESPRINES, DIVANES SIMMONS.
BICICLETAS INGLESAS CONDOR.
y mil artculos ms!
EjJUBLQ
LA CASA DE LOS VIDRIOS V LOS LINLEOS
FACILIDADES DE PAGO SERVICIO A DOMICILIO
Avenida Central IS CLUB Telfono 2-24M
7
CARRERAS SBADO y DOMINGO
DUPLETAS
la. y 2a. 6a. y 7a.
CARRERAS
ONE-TWO
3a. y a.
CARRFRAS
COLON:
Para la comodidad de
ni rstra clientela opera*
ni' ahora tanto en el
"COPACABANA" como
en el "SAVOY".
EVENTO ESTELAR DEL SBADO
7a. Carrera "G" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B 450.00 Poo C-rra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE L* DUPLETA
1. BEDUINO..............E. Silvera 106
2. DELHI................J. Snmaniego 120
3. PINCEL................. K. Flores 115
4. TAMESIS II..............B. Aguirre 110
5. LEVADURA...............V. Ara* 114
6. FRUTAL...............D. D'Andrea 120
QUINIELAS
4a. y 8a. CARRERAS
PROHIBIDA LA ENTRADA
DE MENORES AL HIPDROMO
EVENTOS PRINCIPALES PARA EL DOMINGO
5a. Carrera "C" Importados 7 Fgs.
Premio: B/ 650.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.
1. PARAGON....... .....J. Samaniego 113
2. SILVER DOMINO..........B. Aguirre 116
3. RIDING EAST............E. Silvera 106
4. CHACABUCO..............K. Flore 111
7a. Carrera "D" Importados 1 Milla
Premio: B/ 600.00 Pool Cierra: 4:05 p.m.
SEGUNDA CARRERA DE LA DUPLETA
1. CHERIBERIBIN____ ____V. Rodriguen
2. CARMELA II..............E. Daro
3. WILD WIRE............. J. Baexa Jr.
4. (AVENUE ROAD...........V. Ortega
5. (GAYWOOD.......... .....A. Mena
6. MILROS.................O. Cham
7. CIPAYO..................E. Alfaro
117x
102
107 x
120
112
110
112x


VIERNES, AGOSTO 31, 1951
P. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO MIIHIHHIMI
PAGINA NUEVE
Termina Maana La Lucha
Intercolegial De Volibol
Los Atlticos Sacaron Ayer a
Los Indios Del Primer Lugar
Servicio de la Prensa Unida
En la Liga Americana
Los Atletlcos sacaron del pri-
mer lugar de la Liga a los In-
dios, al vencerlos por 8 carre-
ras a 2 en parte debido a un
error de Bob Kennedy, con las
bases llenas que permiti tres
carreras eri la tercera entrada.
An cuando en el quinto episo-
dio bate un Jonrn su anota-
cin no compens en nada el
dao que hizo al dejar caer an
bat?zo de Morrle Martin, que
adems se anot su dcima vic-
toria como lanzador.
En el otro nico Juego anun-
ciado para ayer en la Liga
Americana los Medias Rojas del
Boston le ganaron a los Tigres
del Detroit por 10 a 4.
Mientras tanto en la Liga
Nacional Ralph Kiner Jonrone
en la novena ntrada para de-
cidir el Juego por 10 a 9 en fa-
vor de los Piratas sobre los Gi-
gantes. Estos sacaron del cajn
a Bob Friend con cuatro carre-
ras en la cuarta entrada que
Suso la anotacin 7 por 1 a su
avor y agregaron otra con el
segundo Jonrn del Juego dado
Sr Willie Mays. Pero en la sex.
entrada once piratas desfila-
ron por la goma anotando seis
veces. Se colocaron adelante en
el octavo episodio y ganaron
con.el trigsimo sptimo Jonrn
del ao.
En los otros Juegos los Carde-
nales del San Luis se impusie-
ra na los Pilis del Flladelfia
g>r 6 a 3, Los Mentirosos del
rooklyn vencieron a los Rojos
del Cinclnatti por 3 carreras a
1', y los Bravos del Boston apa-
learon a los Cachorros del Chi-
cago por 1 a 2.
Con un programa deportivo-social celebrar
el Gimnasia y Deportes su 13o. aniversario
El Instituto de Gimnasia y
Deportes celebrar el domingo
9 de Septiembre su XIIIo. Ani-
versario con un atractivo pro-
grama deportivo social, que
comprender todas las horas
del da.
En la maana del mencio-
nado dia el I.G. Se D. ofre-
cer competencias de levanta-
miento de pesas, exhibiciones
de pulso, encuentros de lucha,
demostraciones de Jlu Jltsu y
un torneo del atleta mejor for-
mado de la Asociacin.
En las primeras horas de la
tarde se efectuar una reunin
de carcter extraordinaria don-
de tomarn posesin de sus
cargos los nuevos directores del
Instituto, y luego hasta media-
noche tendr lugar un baile
de gala amenizado con una de
las mejores orquestas de la ca-
pital.
Se deciden los
campeonatos de
varones y damas
Maana sbado se decidirn
en el Gimnasio Nacional los
Campeonatos Intercolegiales de
Volleyball correspondientes a
las ramas femeninas y mascu-
linas, que se encuentran empa-
tados en el primer lugar.
Sern protagonistas en esta
lucha los equipos representati-
vos del Instituto Nacional y
Profesional en la rama masculi-
na y Liceo de Seoritas y Pro-
fesional en la femenina a las
8.30 de la maana.
Estos equipos lucieron en to-
do el campeonato y terminaron
con el mismo porcentaje, por
lo cual se disputarn el cam-
peonato en un partido extra.
Ambos juegos sin lugar a du-
das sern muy reidos y una
gran concurrencia se espera
maana en el Gimnasio.
Social Deportiva
Reciba nuestras felicitaciones
el entusiasta deportista Carlos
Humberto Orejuela (Sanoja),
miembro del Club Deportivo Los
Dragones por su cumpleaos
que celebra hoy.
EL DEPORTIVO HISPANO
TIENE BAILE EL DOMINGO
El Club Deportivo Social His-
pano, continuando con sus ac-
tividades tendr un baile el
prximo domingo de 8 p.m. en
adelante en su ventilado Saln,
e Invita especialmente a todos
los socios y familiares.
De "Bloomers" a Bikinis
No. 10
Deporte de
Los Reyes
Por Humberto Alsamora
Yonl Boni enemigo nmero ana
de loa jinetes Nacionales
y Extranjero*
En su charla radial de anoche
el comentador hpico Bonifacio
Hernndez (alias) Yonl Boni
critica en forma curiosa nues-
tra crnica aparecida ayer tar-
de, en la que protestbamos
enrgicamente por la agresin
que fu victima nuestro colega
Kduardo Soto. Dijo Yonl Boni
que todos los Jinetes eran .unos
rateros y personas irresponsa-
bles, creemos que l es el menos
indicado para criticar a nadie,
ya que todos en Panam lo co-
nocen y mi tica como cronista
no me permite darlo a la pu-
blicidad.
Solamente lo reto a que In-
formemos nuestros respectivos
records pollclvo tanto en Pana-
m como en la Zona del Canal,
para que el pblico hpico con-
cierne Juzque y d su fallo en
este caso.
Al jinete Cat alio Iglesias no
le fu permitido conmutar su
suspensin de seis reuniones
por noventa balboas en efecti-
vos.
Nuestro conocido jinete chile-
no Jorge Contreras, estar nue-
vamente entre nosotros el da
ocho del presente mes.
Ser presentada a los 'Comi-
sarlos del Hipdromo una soli-
citud de los hermanos ltigos
nacionales Carlos y Roberto
Icaza, en que se les permita
montar a ambos en una misma
carrera, como recordarn los
seores Comisarios, hablan Im-
partido rdenes a la Gerencia
para que no dejaran montar a
estos dos hermanos en una mis-
ma carrera.
!&II9iL8,,5,"-nd0 V b*.,?*/ !* J*"'*''1* fn< retratada, ya haba llegado el progreso. En los
ltimos 13 anos el vestido de bao de ana sola pieza no ha su;, lo gran cambio. Pero todava
2ln"b\.u.n 5ran Ras? !"0',* *de,ante- E" u e (tunda fotografa vemos la moda introducida en
1939. Este traje de bao de dos piesas anunciaba lo que vendra despus. Las chicas se vol-
vieron locas con este modelo, y tambin los jvenes. Y as fue como el traje de bao de dos
piezas abri el camino para muchas mejoras. En el tercer cuadro vemos un modelo hecho con
corbatas usadas. Por ultimo vemos el mismo diseo de dos piesas mejorado. En nuestra edi-
cin de maana publicaremos ya el vestido de dos piesas completamente reformado y "abre-
viado" que conocemos con el nombre de "bikini".
Vlc Sebeas dio
gran sorpresa en
torneo de tenis
FOREST HILLS, Agosto 31
(UP) Vlc Selxas pas a los
cuartos finales al derrotar ayer
al australiano Ken McGregor
por 4-8, 7-5, 7-5 y 6-4. McGre-
gor era favorito y el triunfo de
3eixas es la mayor sorpresa re-
gistrada en el torneo hasta a-
hora-
i
Budge Patty de los Angeles
derrot al australiano Mervyn
Rose por 1-6, 6-3, 6-2 y 7-5. Her-
ble Flam uno de los favorltus
en el torneo elimin a Ed Moy-
lan por 4-6, 6-2, 6-2 y 7-5. Flam
jugar en los cuartos finales
contra Selxas. Patty se enfren-
tar al que gane el encuentro
entre el favorito Dlck Savitt y
Straight Clark.
En el partido que tuvo que
suspenderse por oscuridad para
continuarlo hoy, el joven de 18
aos Hamilton Richardson ol
duro combate al campen Art
Larsen. Este gan el primer set
por 6-4, perdi el segundo por
3-6, gan el tercera por 8-1 y
perdi el cuarto por 3-6. Esta-
ban empatados 5-5 y Larsen ha-
ba de servir cuando se aplaz
hasta maana-
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rtooontral. Air* *oonlclon*o opelentl.
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restaurantes latas*, oficinas llosa* aireas.
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61. rsccanandido por AAA. yuot* al Parana
Central, a 10 minutos de Tunea Sa Aptos,
bellamente amueblados da 1. I. I 7 toar-
tos oon cocina completa, tort ador incluido
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y centro* da deportes OH tesarte*
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MOTIL SANATOaiO. MIAMI. FLA.
MIAMI BATTLE
taad* ea koassi aara
MIAMI HACH. FLOtlOA
LA NUEVA JOHNTNA.
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OnOROS WCktOLS.
IUIOS:
Lo qua ci*>be sobar sobre
el dolor da spalda
D*spu*t M dials* stt oobera. It* da
espoldo stM It) causo at* comn a*)
sufrimiento (bitas. Id) tttrfarla da
lloi pu*d*n vftnrf*) y son muy
dobrosoL Eifuano. *<*itvot
ieid*bid*i les OS mo y Id aeoyorlo
provi*n*n d* oltor ob*roi pasoooa.
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pu*d* coutor do+or. (Mr* le* mucha*
mads* d* centrasri, lat ertepaditfot
seaolon I luana. r"*ro aa eVprta
qua taarlo ama 11, o* yo crnico.
Orropadtsfen esoda.no. hocen tarn
msWiejroaoa. Sagloa para rrvtetr lot
dolor*i aejudo* crnicot, los v*r
*a StlECCIONS I* septiembre, yo
n votiva, a tioao torn* mas do
24 orticula*. d* Uleree y variodevd
y el resumen coespelo da) "Ftrlo dt)
voiiedodas", quo r*flfo lo vida do
lo* circos ce*) su tutu oocoeto.
|No hay per qu sterrsrse! .
lOombsU 1st doloroams caries
usindo la Crema Dental Kolynos
todos los alisl . Kolynos
destruye Us bacteriss que pro-
ducen los acides bucales que
Calasen le* dolOTOSaS CSritn. Y
Kolynos embellece los dientes.
iDesde hoy, use Kolynos disrs-
KOLYMOS %!*
ftatmu
Se escogi la Preseleccin de Ftbol
de la Liga Provincial de Panam
La Liga Provincial de Ftbol
de Panam escogi su Preselec-
cionado del presente ao, es-
tando compuesto por 34 Juga-
dores, de los cuales cinco son
de la Segunda Categora.
El equipo Dltranl es el que
ms jugadores tiene en el Pre-
selecclonado con 8; luego si-
guen el Ancn con 7, el Hispano
con 5, el Huracn con 4, el Pa-
cfico 3 y el Ibrico 2. En los
oncenos de segunda, el Ambato
tiene dos, y Ancn Jr. Alemn
y Santander uno cada uno.
Los preselecclonados en la
Provincia de Panam son:
Porteros:
Everardo Lasso (Ancn), Jor-
ge Moreno (Ibrico). Luis Acos-
ta (Pacifico) y Elias Sanjur
(Ancn Jr)
Defensa:
Flix Tejada (Ancn-), Gastn
El Colo Colo subi
al primer puesto
del ftbol chileno
ESTADO DE, LA JUSTA
Ftbol de Chile
G. E. P. Pt.
Colo Colo ........... 8 I 3 19
Audaz Italiano .... 7 4 3 18
Stfo. Morning .....8 2 4 18
Everton ........... 8 2 4 18
Univ. Catlica .... 7 S 4 17
Unin Espaola ... 6 S 5 IS
Univ. de Chile .......4 5 5 13
Iberia .............5 7 12
Wanderers ........4 8 7 10
Magallanes .......... 8 4 7 10
Ferrobadminton ... 8 8 8 9
Green Cross .......8 2 9 8
SANTIIAOO DE CHILE, Agos-
to 31 (Por G. A. Rolla) El Colo
Colo subi al puesto de honor
con los resultados de la dcima
cuarta fecha del Torneo del
Ftbol profesional chileno, don-
de los albos se impusieron al
Ferrobadminton por 3 tantos a
1 y el Santiago Morning que se
encontraba en el comando, per-
di con el Audax Italiano por
2 a 0.
En los otros Juegos, el Uni-
versidad Catlica conserv su
posicin al vencer al Iberia nor
4 a 2; El Unin Espaola mejo-
r su opcin triunfando sobre
el Universidad de Chile por
4 a 1; el Everton empat el se-
fundo lugar con su victoria so-
re el Green Cross por 4 a o
y Wanders y Magallanes em-
pataron a dos tantos.
Quemaduras
De Sol
Meisona alrvia pronto ti dolor,
retrasca y colma la r*s*qu*darf,
Induciendo ka lubrkocion natural
y ayudando a ckatrliar y a d*-
olv*r al aire) tu rana maridad.
'Cierna-
MEXSANA
FMOlKNTf BAISAMICA
CMBEUFCfDORA
para ata, tara 41 y pora 1
.. Para el tocador y al borlouW,
de Len (Dltranl), Gustavo Es-
cobar (Hispano), Augusto Gor-
don (Alemn), y Carlos Prez
(Dltranl).
Medias Defensas:
Francisco Ponce (Pacifico)
Alfredo Sandlford (Hispano!,
Alejandro Amaya (Ancn), Fla-
vlo Flgueroa (Ancn). Jos Men
doza (Dltranl), Rubn Kelson
(Dltranl), Adolfo Daz (Hura-
cn), Alcides Rivera (Huracn),
y Reynaldo Carrillo (Hispano).
Delanteros:
Carlos Torres (Ancn), Car-
los Martnez (Ancn), Abel Or-
tega (Ibrico). Antonio Berrio
(Huracni, Elias Sosa Jr. (His-
pano i, Rafael Arana (Dltranl),
Roberto Linares (Ditrani) Luis
C. Rangel (DitranH, Horacio
Rangei (Ditrani), Alfonso Ca-
rrasco (Huraen), Santiago Jor-
dn (Pacfico), Regino Arose-
mena Jr. (Ambato), Alberto
Cordn (Ambato), Antonio
Agullar (Santander), Luis Mo-
rales (Ibrico) y Vicente Arose-
mena (Ancn).
Este grupo de preselecclona-
dos Junto con los de Coln y
Chiriqu formarn el Preselec-
clonado Nacional, de donde sal-
dr el Seleccionado panameo
que defender nuestros colores
en el Campeonato Panamerica-
no de Ftbol en Santiago de
Chile en Febrero de 1962, y po-
siblemente tambin en los Jue-
gos Bollvarlanos en Caracas,
Venezuela en Diciembre del
presente ao.
En entrenador es el profesor
Osear Rendoll Gmez y el asis-
tente Tem Molina, y los diaa de
prctica loa dar a conocer la
Federacin en fecha prxima.
El Subcampeonato de Basket
Menor Se Decide Esta Noche
Los equipos de la Fuerza y
Luz y ptica Sosa se disputan
esta noche el Subcampeonato
de Basketball de Segunda Ca-
tegora de la Liga Provincial de
Panam, en el Juego que sos-
tal Granate le gan al
Azteca Jr. en atractivo
partido de baseball
Por 8 a 0 venci el Granate
al Azteca Jr. ayer tarde en el
Estadio Olmpico, en la conti-
nuacin del Circuito Menor de
la Liga de Baseball de Sanca
Rita.
Los indios abrieron las hosti-
lidades con 2 carreras, respon-
diendo los Joyeros con 1 en el
cierre de la misma entrada;
una carrera en el 3er. acto y
otra en el 4o. gracias a batazo
de Chandler Jr., el Azteca Jr.
sigui en el Comando por 4-1;
en su turno al bate de la 4a.
entrada, los Joyeros aprovecha-
ron el parpadeo del lanzador
Jos A. Alvarez y pecados cos-
tossimos de John y Sheriff pa-
ra anotar S carreras. En el sex-
to episodio el Azteca Jr. tuvo
una pequea reaccin pero solo
pudieron ligar una carrera;
luego el Granate pis el home
en 2 ocasiones gracias a peca-
do de M. (Nene) Mndez con 2
outs. En el 7o. acto fu la l-
tima anotacin India, finalizan-
do el Juego por 0-8 en su con-
tra.
Harmodio (Artista) Brlsltt
tuvo que relevar a Alvarez en
el 4o. episodio al ser duramen-
te castigado por los Joyeros asi
como el cuadro de los Indios
incurri en pecados costossimos
que le rest la victoria.
tendrn en el Olmnaslo Nacio-
nal.
Ambos conjuntos terminaron
empatados en el segundo lugar
de la Serle Final, y hoy deci-
den el subcampeonato en lan-
ce que promete resultar reid-
simo.
^

i'fopSuHet
1crT^
No hay nada qne mejore ms el
ssbor de um taza de caf qne Avo-
set *.. esa pora j deliciosa crema
de mesa un nutritiva. Hasta a Jos
cereales y frotas los hace ms sabro-
sos y nutritivos. Avoset es crema
de leche esterilizada e higinica...
na necesit* refrigeracin antes de
destaparse. Se conserve por meses
;;. siempre fresca y sabrosa. Y es
Un conveniente tener!
f I JE SE EN U ETIQUETA VERDE
CREMA DE LECHE
ESTERILIZADA
2>e Meda.
AVOSET
CUMA IMIOTILLADA QUI SI CONSHVA MI MtTSH
El buen
automovilista
no# receje
pasajeros en
media calle
datV
Seor conductor de vehculos:
Este smbolo indict el lugar donde perdi la vida un
conciudadano, por la imprevisin o el descuido de un chofer.
Protege tu vida y la ae los tuyos.
(Cortesa de la Esso)
CLUB ROTARIO DE PANAMA.
Sigue presentando
interesantes juegos
el torneo de bolos .
Anoche los narizones del Pi-
nocho salieron victoriosos sobre
el Caf Duran por 3 a 1, en la
continuacin del Torneo de Bo-
los 'Jantsen". Los resultados da
los Juegos de la semana fueron:
El lunes. Sosa 3, Novatos 1; Mar
tes, Taller Sousa 4, Tropical 1
(forfeit); Mircoles Morris 3,
Selecta l.
Estado actual de los Equipo
O. Sosa ............ 16 I Jfl
Morrl ............ 16 g MU
Entrometidos ..... 13 7 .Se
Selecta ...........13 11 MI
Taller Sonsa ........ 13 11 SU
Duran ............ MU .50.
Pinocho ........... 11 13 .4
Royal ............. S 11 .454
Tropical ............... 9 15 M
Novato* ........... 4 20 .166
. i..Pjsf
La puntuacin Individual del
luego de anoche fu la siguien-
te:
Pinocho
Barba 187 182 137 486
Orlmaldo 134 189 142 465
Menasche 160 153 98 411
Acrich 143 156 166 465
Brln 137 197* 143 476
761 857 685 2303
* Juego de Honor
Padilla
Novey
La Guardia
Diaz
Romagosa
Caf Darn
151 151 151 453
144 144 144 432
135 137 112 374
152 189 139 480
184 132 153 489
756 773 99 3328
Juegos de esta noche
Entrometidos sv RoyaL
MOON
itwmt
con Vls
Fricciones) ifX>rotmerite la ca-
ben con V1TAL1S durante 60 se-
gundos y penese bien. En esta
forma, vdem, se previene la t*>.
qued-d. Hgalo: Usted notar la
diferencia!
Swrtcii hjmpM
. . Pernee con VITALIS. Da
veras!, porque VITALIS imparto
a su pelo sedosa suavidad y brillo)
reluciente, sin engrasarlo. VITA-
LIS lo conserva en su sitio durante
todo el da. Uso VITALIS y .
mayor admiracin!
ptr* queso
imV.fa.is
nuevo.1
VIT4LIS
CREMA PARA 1 CABEllC
asnero PisriHGv/Po
NO ... SC


PAGINA DIEZ
EL PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO WDEPENDUJTI
VIERNES, AGOSTO 31, 151

11.537.606 habitantes es la
actual poblacin de Colombia
BOGOTA, Agosto 31 (Espe-
cial) De 11.537,000 habitan-
tes es la poblacin de Colom-
bia, segn el registro prelimi-
nar de la boletera censual le-
vantada el 9 de Mayo y acerca
de la cual da cuenta el seor
Contralor General de la Rep-
blica en su Informe al gobierno
nacional. El registro ue hecho
sobre bases tcnicas, a partir
del 9 de mayo y fue terminado
hace pocos dias. La boletera
ae clasific para el efecto en
cuadros de concentracin por
departamentos y municipios. El
material recibido hasta el 20
de Agosto representa ms del
95 por ciento del total, siendo
ms alto el porcentaje para el
censo de poblacin.
Cuatro Millones Ms
, Agrega el informe, que el
censo de 1951 supera en casi
cuatro millones de habitantes
elrcsultado censual de 1938. Es-
ta* cifras totales del registro
de .1951 se elevarn ,en forma
considerable tan pronto se ter-
mine de dllisenciar el material
ce----' pendiente, el cual ya
Hace hincapi, el nlorme, en
] el crecimiento demogrfico re-
gistrado por los departamentos
rio- Bo'iivar, Caldas y Valle del
Cauca, hoy (departamentos mi-
llonarios) desde el punto de
vista de la poblacin. Ofrece
aspectos interesantes en fen-
meno demogrfico de Boyac,
que alcanz una cifra superior
a la estimada, no obstante la
desmembracin de su territorio,
a raz de la nueva distribucin
eoltica del oriente colombiano.
undinamarca de Primero
Cundlnamarcaagrega el in-
j formesigue ocupando el pri-
mer lugar con 1,600,000 habi-
i tantes. Antioqula conserva .el
I segundo lugar con 1,400,000 ha-
1 hitantes. Esta misma posicin
estadstica entre Cundlnamarca
y Antloquia, la registr el cen-
so de 1938, con la diferencia
i de que en aquella poca el de-
partamento ms Inmediato slo
alcanzaba a 700,000 habitantes
y hoy les siguen 3 departamen-
tos en la escala del milln de
habitantes.
Informacin financiera
de la semana
REPBLICA DE PANAMA
CONTRALORIA GENERAL DE LA REPBLICA
Direccin de Estadstica y Censo
MOVIMIENTO DE PAGOS SEMANALES EFECTUADOS POR LAS
ENTIDADES BANCARIAS QLE OPER. > EN LA REPBLICA:
2 DE JlTLIO-18 DE AGOSTO DE 1951 (1)
Semana Balboas
2 7 de julio ...................'.............. 9.855,842.09
9 14 de julio .................................. 9,138,57164
16 21 de Julio .................................. 9,418,652.11
23 28 de Julio.................................. 8,005,426.92
30 de julio 4 de agosto ........................ 10,195,863.02
Mes de julio ........................................ 39,927,474.25
6 11 de agosto................................. 8,558,732.05
13 18 de agosto ................................ 9,418,006.56
(1) Incluye Banco Nacional de Panam, bancos provinciales
de Coln y Chiriqu, Banco de las Provincias Centrales (Herrera,
Veraguas, Cocl y Los Santos), Caja de Ahorros (ciudades de Pa-
nam y Colon.1, The National City Bank of New York (Sucursal
en Panam). The Chase National Bank of the City of New York
(Sucursales en Panam. Coln y David) y Carl Friese y Cia. de
Bocas del Toro.
Panam, 27 de agosto de 1951.
Boletn de la Cantraloria General de la Repblica
DIRECCIN DE CONTABILIDAD
Estado Semanal de la Cuenta Corriente de Cajo
del Tesoro Nacional
Semana terminada el 24 de Afosto de 1951
Saldo en caja el 17 de Agosto de 1951 ..............B/ 69,790.91
Ingresos del 17 al 24 de Agosto de 1951 ............ 602,126.69
TOTAL .....................................B/ 661,917.60
Egresos del 17 al 24 de Agosto de 1961 ............. 472,427.60
Saldo en caja el 24 de Agosto de 1951.............. 189,490.00
Compromisos por contratos, 24 de Agosto de 1991 ....
Panam, 25 de Agosto de 1951.
57.660.27
Ms pruebas atmicas habr
dentro de poco en los EE.UU.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Agosto
31 (UP) La comisin naci-!
nal de energa atmica anun-:
ci que en "futuro cercano" se
realisar una nueva serle de
pruebas con explosivos atmicos
en los terrenos de experimen-
tacln de Las Vegas, Nevada.
Las pruebas se realizarn en
secreto, pero la comisin mani-
fest que es probable que para
otras que tendrn lugar poste-
riormente, se invite a los re-
presentantes de la prensa y la
radio.
En Enero y Febrero pasados
la comisin realiz las primeras
pruebas con armas atmicas
que.tuvieron lugar en territorio
norteamericano, desde que la
primera bomba atmica esta-
llara en Alamos, Nuevo Mxico,
en Julio de 194S. Las pruebas
posteriores se hicieron en Bikini
y el Atoln de Eniwetock, en el
Pacfico.
El anuncio de la comisin In-
dicaba que las prximas prue-
bas sern similares a las que
se realizaron en el Invierno
pasado. En aquella ocasin se
dijo extraoficialmente que se
hablan probado las granadas
atmicas para la artillera y
torpedos, y proyectiles dirigidos
atmicos.
Carroll Tyler, funcionarlo de
la comisin nacional de ener-
ga atmica, declar que en las
pruebas se tratar de determi-
nar entre otras cosas los efec-
tos de las explosiones atmi-
cas en los refugios para la po-
blacin civil.
SALUDO AL MOSCOTA.Los soldados del 6th Regimiento de In-
fantera, desfilan ante su mascota "Seminle", pero sta tuvo
que ser atada para que no molestara.
BWWC,
RCANTrfS
-HOY-
A LAS*8:30 P. M.
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Amenizado por
ARMANDO BOZA Y SU ORQUESTA^
ATRACCIN PRINCIPAL:
"LA FAMILIA DEL LIO"
XITO PE RISA!
Adems:
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BETTY WILLIAMSONLa Novia de la Radio
CAMILO RODRIGUEZLa Voz que Triunf en Cuba
Y participacin de Parejas de Mambo del
Ultimo Concurso!
REINALDO DIAZ y OL1NDO GUARAGNA
Animadores
En la Pantalla: UN GRAN DOBLE PROGRAMA!
CORTESA "COPA"
COMODIDAD
SEGURIDAD
La reunin comunista que se
celebr en Berln no fue ms
que una campaa de odios
FRANCFORT, Agosto Si (U.
P)Tres estudiantes brasileos.
Carmen Ribeiro de 25 aos,
Saone Nazare de Andrade, de 21
aos y Taclano Cordelro de 27
aostodos ellos de Baha ma-
nifestaron que hablan escapado
del reciente festival de la Ju-
ventud, celebrado en la zona
oriental de Berlin, s acusaron
a los comunistas de estar pre-
parando a los jvenes para la
nueva guerra mundial.
Dijeron que se sentan muy
preocupados por el odio hacia
occidente, fomentado por los
comunistas de Alemania Orien-
tal bajo el pretexto de la 'cam-
paa de paz". Manifestaron que
asegundo dia de llegar a Ber-
ln se les dijo que los norte-
americanos estaban vendiendo
chocolates y dulces envenenados
cmaras fotogrficas con "ex-
plosivos" dentro y reclutando a
los jvenes para la Legin Ex-
tranjera francesa.
Los tres estudiantes brasile-
os llegaron hoy a Francia des-
pus de haber saltado del fe-
rrocarril subterrneo que los
conduela escapando a la zona
occidental.
Cordelro manifest que "ellos
(los comunistas, dicen que son
partidarios de la paz, pero to-
dos lo que hacen es predicar
el odio contra las democracias
occidentales".
La seorita Rltelro dijo que
haba sido simpatizante del co-
munismo en el Brasil, pero que
haba cambiado de opinin,
despus de ver que "el comunis-
mo en la prctica no es lo mis-
mo que en teora".
Los estudiantes dijeron que
se hablan quedado sin recursos
suficientes en Berlin, cuando
los comunistas no les dieron
dinero para el pasaje, pese a
las promesas que les hablan
hecho.
In Berlin Occidental, se alo-
jaron en la casa de un funcio-
narlo norteamericano y las au-
toridades aliadas los ayudaron.
Agregaron que otros quince,
delegados brasileos hablan
huido a Paris hace varios dias
y tuvieron que pedir dinero a
sus familiares en el Brasil. Se-
gn manifestaron, la delegacin
brasilea al congreso comunista
estuvo formada por alrededor
de cien personas ochenta que
vinieron directamente del Bra-
sil y veinte que ya estaban en
Pars y se unieron al resto en
Berlin.
El dirigente de la delegacin
brasilea era una joven ama-
da "Julia", que fu del Brasil
a Italia por la via area. Poste-
riormente los tres jvenes cita-
dos quedaron en un grupo ms
pequeo, presidido por una jo-
ven llamada '"Elsa".
La seorita Ribeiro declar
que 'nunca en mi vida he visto
tantos policas. Me pareca qua
Los cristianos han pedido a
Franco que restablezca la
libertad sindical en Espaa
UTRECHT, Holanda, agosto
31 (UP) La Federacin In-
ternacional de Sindicatos cris-
tianos dirigi una extensa co-
municacin l Generalsimo
Francisco Franco, exhortando
al jefe del Estado espaol a res-
tablecer la libertad sindical en
Espaa..
Segn anuncio de la secre-
taria de la Federacin, la co-
municacin deca que sta "cree
que ha llegado el momento de
restablecer la vida sindical es-
paola sobre la base de la liber-
tad adecuada".
"Tal medida, agregaba la co-
municacin, tendr repercusio-
nes favorables en todos los
pases", y por consiguiente, "fa-
cilitar mucho la Inclusin de
Espaa en la comunidad de las
naciones libres".
La Federacin dijo que estaba
"sujeta de expresar los deseos
de millones de trabajadores es-
paoles, cuyo amor a su pas
se fortalecerla considerable-
mente".
Como principios de la liber-
tad sindical, de acuerdo con las
doctrinas de la Iglesia Catlica,
la Federacin sostiene la liber-
tad de asociacin, el derecho
natural Inalienable del hombre
y el derecho de los patronos a
"crear organizaciones propias y
unirse a las organizaciones que
deseen".
Deca la comunicacin que el
sistema existente en Espaa
"ha creado una sola organiza-
cin sindical subordinada al
partido politico e incorporada
a un sistema de gobierno".
La comunicacin manifesta-
ba que las huelgas ocurridas
recientemente en la regln vas-
ca y en Catalua eran "un caso
de legitima defensa, que no de-
ba de haber Inducido al go-
bierno a tomar medidas de re-
presalia, como ocurri en Es-
paa".
Francia pedir que el caso
de Indochina sea estudiado
PARIS, Agosto SI (UP)El
Ministro de Relaciones Exterio-
res, Rober Schuman, esbozar
maana ante la Asamblea Na-
cional los objetivos de la poli-
tica exterior francesa antes de
salir baca Norteamrica donde
habr de asistir a tres Impor-
tantes conferencias Internacio-
nales.
Planes franceses
El gabinete acord primero,,
que el lmite de cinco mil hom-
bres propuesto anteriormente
por Francia para las unidades
armadas alemanas se eleve al
objetivo norteamericano de 10
a 12,000 hombres, siempre que
se den garantas suficientes
contra la creacin del ejrcito
alemn independiente.
Segundo. La admisin de Gre-
' cia y Turqua al pacto del
' Atlntico seria cosa poco opor-
tuna en estos momentos y, por
el contrario debe establecerse
haba dies policas por cada
ciudadano en Berlin Oriental.
Constantemente nos estaban vi-
gilando".
Los tres manifestaron que
haban participado en el desfile
del primer dia del congreso, pe-
ro que no tomaron parte en
ninguno de los actos posterio-
res. Dijaron que el resto de la
delegacin brasilea que qued
tras el Teln de Hierro, se en-
cuentra completamente en po-
der de los comunistas, ya que
no tienen otros medios de re-
gresar al Brasil. Esos delegados
estn recorrlend a Polonia,
Checoeslovaquia y Alemania
Oriental, divididos en pequeos
grupos.
Suaws como
jna caricia
RAPSODIA PANAMEA
el 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE a las 8 y 30 P.M.
por separado el pacto del Medi-
terrneo con la debida repre-
sentacin de Francia.
Tercero. Francia debe recibir,
la mayor parte de la ayuda ex-
tranjera aprobada por el con-
greso de los Estados Unidos de-
Dido al enorme costo de la gue.
rra en Indochina y la Inestabi-
lidad de la economa francesa.
Cuarto. Francia exigir el
establecimiento de un sistema
justo y equitativo mediante el
cual todos los pases del pacto
del Atlntico compartan los
gastos de las defensas europeas
con Francia y la zona de ocu-
pacin francesa en Alemania
particularmente los gastos de
Irs bases areas.
Quinto. Francia pedir a los
Estados Unidos que considere
como de urgencia militar y no
econmica el envi de carbn
para la industria de acero.
Sexto. Francia abogar por-
que Estados Unidos intervenga
con sus tropas en Indochina,
de la misma manera que lo hizo
en Corea en caso de que los
comunistas chinos ataquen a-
blertamente con tropas chlno-
sovltlcas. En caso de que ce
logre la paz en Corea, Francia
solicitar la inclusin de Indo-
china en el arreglo final.
RESPONDE
iara partida alguna para la C-
rrtgiauria de Cabuya El dinero
para esa obra fu conseguido
en el Consejo Municipal del Dis-
trito Capital y todo y mucho
ms de l fu Invertido en la
obra, la cuai est construida y
tiene un valor de mis de B.
7.000.00
Es calumnioso decir que se
debe a los constructores de la
obra, pues a Andrs Montero y
Sebastin Yangez, quienes fiC-
ron los maestros de obra no se
1 debe ni un solo centavo.
Es falso afirmar que yo man-
tena l dinero en mi potiur,
pues ese dinero lo entregaba la
Tesorera del Distrito de Pana-
m, por partidas despus de
llenados los requisitos. Si es
cierto que cobr algunos che-
ques, pero por mandato y auto-
rizacin de las personas a fa-
vor de quienes fueron girados.
Ellos pueden declralo-
si la seora Alcalde es tan
celosa de los tesoros del Munici-
pio; Por qu no ha prestado res-
paldo al Tesorero Municipal, pa-
ra que so esposo pague lo Que
adeuda por impuestos atrasados
por una caja de msica | 11/
n de B. 750 mensuales, y el
itulo a razn de B. 2.90 anual
que adeuda desde que ella es
Alcalde? Por qu no ha prestado
su cooperacin al Tesorero, pa-
ra que su cuado que tiene u.i*
barbera pague el impuesto de
B. 1.00 mensual, que debe, des-
de que ella es Alcalde?
Muchas otras cosas tendr la
ocasin de hacer conocer ael
pbUco sobre su oscura ad.r.i-
nlstracin- Para muestra un*]
botn.
S muy Wen que en las pu-
blicaciones y enunclos de la
seora Alcalde, hay Insinuacin
y direccin de cerebro masculi-
no, pero es muy triste tener ue
escudarse en las faldas de una
pobre seora Alcalde earente de
ejecutorias administrativas y da
mentalidad opaca.
Del seor Director con toda
consideracin
Frumancio Moran
Presidente del Consejo Munici-
pal de Chame
Cdula 43-4S2.
Panam, Agosto 30 de 1951.
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