The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:01219

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"*BRANIFF
AN INDPENDEN^

DAILY NEWSPAPER
J2.S s
Ro de Janeiro
ONE WAY....$J49.75
ROUND TRIP. 629.5 5
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe** Abraham Lincoln.
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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1951
FIYE CENTS
Unidentified Plane 'Raids'
_____
UN Advance Base In Korea
\iRnnnK afficers AND AIRMEN turned out at 6:35 a.m. today to greet Johnny Grant and
ht Hollywood Varieties, starring Paramount* lovely Rhonda Fleming After experiencing an
wPPn rielava t 'Kelly Air Force Base, Texas, the troupe arrived in high spirits to entertain
A?my Navv and Ah Force personnel on the Isthmus. Left to right Pat Moran Patsy Moran.
Kay Brvan* MurrayParke?. Rebel Randall. Maxtne Gates. Miss Fleming. Grant. Dolores Gay
and M/Sst Leon H. Leigh, of Albrook's personnel sen-Ices division who greeted the troupe on
behalf of thAlbrook airmen. The troupe, was due to open at 2:30 p.m. today at the Fort
CttytonHospUalw?th additional shows at Albrook this evening at 6:30 and 8:30. Tomorrow
night the show will be presented at Coco Solo at 6:30 and 8:30.________________.____________
Sinatra Denies He Attempted
Suicide After Tiff With Ava
CRYSTAL BAY, Nevada, Sept. 1 (UP). Crooner
Frank Sinatra, aging idol of bobbysoxeri, aid today that
he was sickened Wednesday by sleeping- tablets. "But I
did not try to commit suicide."
Sinatra had actress Ava Gardner at his side as he
turned up at a resort lodge near here to learn of reports
that he had taken an overdose of sleeping pills Wednes-
day after an argument with Ava.
Sinatra said: "I forgot I am very allergic to sleeping
pills and always have been. I broke out in a rash.
"The doctor came right over and gave me a glass of
water with some salts in it.
"I guess he was trying to get those sleeping pills off
my stomach."
COL. SANFORD J. GOODMAN. Commanding Officer of the
65th AAA Group right, and Ma]. Manning E. Hutchinson,
Officer In Charge of AACAP. display a huge diploma made
ou to Col Goodman and presented to him by the student
body of AACAP. The photograph was tatan during gradua-
tion ceremonies held this morning at the Balboa Theater for
Canal Zone volunteer civilian ^r^^
New Zealand
Conservatives
Stay In Power
WELLINGTON. Sept. 1 (UP)
Prime Minister Sidney Holland's
Conservative government was re-
turned to power today In a gen-
eral parliamentary election which
gave him an even larger majori-
ty than that which first brought
him to power in 1940.
Holland's 1949 win ended 14
yean of
Zealand.
The returns from today's elec-
tion gave the National Party
(Conservatives i 47 seats, one
more than they held In the last
parliament.
The Labor Party (Socialists)
won 33 seats compared to 34 In
1949.
Holland called the election to
get a vote of confidence for his
stern handling of a bitter four-
month strike by dockers.
He pledged his government
would continue Its program "with
justice for all and privilege for
none."
The election was extremely
close in some districts. Three
winners led by fewer than 10
votes.
Rising Costs Bring
Newspaper Crisis
Navy Bomber
Searching For
Overdue Ketch
NEW YORK. Sept. 1 (UP)
The latest Issue of Fortune ma-
gazine carries an analysis of the
costs of runnlngnewspapers, and
concludes a new formula must be
evolved If big newspapers are Jo
remain solvent.
Key to the problem Is the soar-
ing cost of newsprint.
Fortune sees no hope of this
cost lowering In the predictable
future. [ L.
Socialist rule tn New
Canadian newsprint has risen
from $40 a ton before World War
II to $116 a ton today.
The current cost of building
new mills and buying timber
rights makes It unlikely that new
newsprint mills can be built.
Explaining why It sees scant
K
193 AACAP Grads
Receive Sheepskins
From Gen. March
"Pm extra proud of this di-
ploma because I'm a naturalized
citizen," said Austrian born Na-
talie C. Adams as she received
the first of the 198 AACAP diplo-
mas given out this morning at
the Balboa Theater by Brig. Gen.
Francis A. March.
Following music by the 71st
Army Band under the baton of
WOJG Golder. Chaplain William
H Blalr read the Invocation.
Addresses by Governor Fran-
cis K. Newcomer. Lt. Gen. Wil-
liam H. H. Morris, Jr and Col.
Banford J. Goodman stressed the
value to the United States de-
lense of such "public spirited
citizens" as were represented by
the Canal Zone AACAP.
The graduating civilian gun-
ners were told by Master of
Cere monies Maj. Manning E.
Hutchinson, Officer in Charge of
AACAP, to watch for news of pos-
sible additional AACAP activity.
The bendlction at the end of
the graduation exercises was
pronounced by the Right Rever-
end R. H. Gooden.
Melton A. Eady. the first Canal
Zonian to volunteer for the AA-
CAP, was among today's gra-
duates.
Mabel McElvray
Services Sunday
Funeral services for Mrs. Ma-
bel McElvray will be held at the
First Baptist Ohurch in Balboa at
4 .p.m. tomorrow.
Mrs. McElvsay. 64, of Ancon,
died suddenly Thursday nlfeht af-
ter suffering a heart attack In
her home.
The deacons or the church will
be the pallbearers tomorrow.
Explosion Rocks
Synthetic Rubber
Plant In Texas
BORGER, Texas. Sept. 1 (UP)
A series of u dozen or more
heavy explosions at dawn here
today rocked tiie synthetic rub-
ber plant operated oy the Phil-
lips Chemical Company for the
United States Government.
At least six persons are hospi-
talized with burns.
The first blast occurred near
the control room which operates
the flow of chemicals through 16
tall columnar tanks.
The heat was so Intense and
the smoke and flames so dense
that firemen have not yet been
able to determine how many.of
the columnar tanks are afire.
Some estimates Indicate that
all 16, set In two rows of eight
each, have been destroyed.
John Winter Davis
Dies In New Jersey
John Winter Davis, a former
vice-president of the Fruit Dis-
patch Company, died last night
at his home in Summit, New Jer-
sey. The Panam American
learned today.
Before his retirement many
years ago, he made a number of
trips to the Isthmus and other
Latin American areas.
With him when he died was his
daughter. Miss Mary Davis, also
of Summit.
Besides Miss Davis, he is sur-
vived by two other daughters,
Mrs. John O. Collins, of Vaca-
monte, Republic of Panam and
Mrs. Katherine Ackerman of An-
con; three grandchildren, John
Winter Collins, Alfred Morris
Collins and Miss Sally Acker-
man; and four great grandchil-
dren.
All of the grandchildren and
great grandchildren reside on the
Isthmus. .___________
Ten Die In Crash
ANCHORAGE, Sept. 1 (UP)
The 10-death crash of a Navy
patrol bomber on a remote
Aleutian Island last night
brought to 84 the number of
persons dead or missing In 10
Alaska air accidents since July
21.
Temblor Rocks
Italian Towns
With Atom Force
ROME, Sept. 1 (UP)An
earthquake with the total force
of an atom bomb rocked dozens
of towns across central Italy
today.
It seriously damaged homes,
churches and convents, and
caused thousands to flee their
homes In panic.
No deaths have been report-
ed.
The shake was reportedly cen-
tered In the Orand Salsso
mountains of the Appenlne
Range.
CZ Dispensaries On Way Out;
New Setup Planned At Gorgas
PEACE CAMP, Sept. 1 (UP) An unidentified plane
flew over this United Nations advance base last night
and dropped between five and eight flares.
It flew about 2,000 feet. The flares lit up the whole
countryside.
The incident followed a Communist complaint that
before dawn yesterday an American plane again violated
Kaesong's neutrality by dropping two bombs near the
quarters of the Red truce delegation.
A consolidated Out-Patient
Department will be established
at Gorgas Hospital within the
next few months, replacing the
present district medical dis-
pensaries at Ancon, Balboa and
Pedro Miguel.
Announcement of the radical
change In channels provided
for out-patients' consultations
and the treatment of Injuries
and illnesses was made by Ma].
Gen. George W. Rice, Health
Director.
After the three dispensaries
close and the consolidated Out-
patient Department is establish-
ed at Gorgas Hospital, a first
aid station will be set at Pedro
Miguel and possibly another at
Balboa.
The Out-Patient Department
will be located in Wards 1 and 2
of Gorgas Hospital, facing the
Hospital Administration Building
on the Ancon side of the hospital
area.
The organization of the new
Department will be integrated
with the hospital consultant staff
and the physicians will have at
their ready disposal all facilities
of the hospital.
Trained nurses will be on duty
at the first aid stations to be es-
tablished.
The change Is expected to Im-
prove the standard of medical
service generally by making read-
ily available both to the staff
prospect of newsprint price re-
ductions, Fortune said:
"Newsprint makers certainly
have no compelling reason to
wreck the industry's price struc-
ture by over-production.
Furthermore, added Fortune,
existing newsprint capacity eas-
ily could be switched to other
printing papers for which there
Is strong demand at good prices.
Hence, "there s^ms llte hope
for a decline In newsprint prices.
If they change at all within the
next year or so, the direction Is
still likely to be up."
Should advertising revenue de-
cline at the same time newsprint
prices advance once more, fail-
ures among large American
newspapers "would be numbered
by the doaens," the survey re-
ported.
"It Is strange that American
newspaperlng should have been
considered so seldom by the pub-
lic as part of United States econ-
omy.
"Bankruptcy was never the
route to Independence, nor faul-
ty economics the key to vigilance
and effectiveness.
"Economically speaking, the
large American dally newspaper
has reached the end of a formula
and must evolve a new one."
Canal Sets Plan
For Purchase Of
Rental Furniture
V
A plan providing for the pur-
chase of furniture now being
rented by Canal employes and
a now, simplified rental scale
which goes Into effect Sept. 15
was announced yesterday at
Balboa Heights.
Rented furniture now in Ca-
nal quarters will automatically
become the property of the em-
ploye to whom it Is rented af-
ter payment of eight months
rent at the new rental rates
starting 8ept. 15.
Or. employes may purchase
the furniture they are now
renting before Sept. 15 by pay-
ment of the equivalent of eight
months rent at the current
rate.
The new rate schedule pro-
vides that current furniture
rental accounts will be recom-
puted effective Sept. 15. The
new rates for those now renting
furniture will be based on cur-
rent rentals rounded to the
nearest dollar upward. That Is.
if the current rental rate Is
$157, the new rate will be $2.
The rents for Individual
Items on the new scale for
rental accounts opened after
Sept. 15 will be: 15 cents for
beds, studio couches, couches,
cots and springs; 35 cents for
mattresses: ten cents for chairs
Ward 2 was vacated several | an(j settees; 25 cents for dress-
months ago as one of the chang- ers and -chiffoniers; ten cents
A Navy patrol bomber from VP
Squadron 45 took off from Coco
Solo at 8:15 a.m. today In search
for the ketch Drake which is
overdue In Cristobal.
The bomber was flying a direct
line to Old Providence Ishfnd,
from which the Drake was re-
ported to have sailed on Aug. 24.
The plane will' fly a search
curve at Old Providence and
then return along the Caribbean
Coast to Coco Solo. It was ex-
pected back early this afternoon.
A Navy spokesman Aid today
that lt is felt no cause for alarm
yet exists as to the whereabouts
of the Drake for the reason that
weather conditions have been
relatively calm since the 24th
when the ketch took off from
Old Providence for Panama.
Winds are reported not to have
been In excess of 12 to 16 knots.
It was noted that lt the Drake
had taken a'direct course from
Old Providence Island to Cristo-
bal lt should have been here
three days ago. But the ketch
may have put Into Puerto Llmon,
Costa Rica and might have been
delayed by beating agalnat the
wind.
The vessel was reported well
provisioned.
The Navy bomber Is utilizing
this situation as a training mis-
son.
Aboard the ketch are Charles
Stratton, 17 and his brother
Louis, 14. of Wllmette, 111., and
Murray Wright 20 of Carmel, Cal.
8 Britons Refuse
To Train Reds
In Iran Oil Jobs
ABAD AN. Sept. 1 (UP)
Eight Britons, comprising the
entire British staff In the Ira-
nian National Oil Company's
technical training department
here, walked off their Jobs to-
day protesting the company's
reinstatement of three alleged
Communists.
The Britons were employes of
atory tests, x-ray, consultations
and other services now perform-
ed at the hospital for district
clinic patients.
Charges for services in the
Out-Patient Department will be
the same as those now made in
the clinics.
The elimination of the clinics
has become necessary because of
an acute shortage of medical
personnel.
The staff for the new Out-Pa-
tient Department will be the
same medical personnel who are
now at the medical clinics.
The change will necessitate
considerable work on Wards 1
and 2 to prepare them for occu-
pancy by the new Department
and the alterations probably will
extend over a period of several
months.
The conference room, which Is
now In Ward 1. will be moved to
the Board of Health Laboratory
This change in turn came on
the heels of a formal Red protest
alleging that two Communist
military policemen were killed
and one injured by 10 South Ko-
rean troops in the Kaesong neu-
tral zone Thursday.
The latest propaganda report
said the bombs fell less than
2,000 feet from Red Oen. Nam H's
quarters in Ping Ko Tong village,
about two miles northeast of the
"truce city" of Kaesong.
United Nations liaison officers
investigating the Red complaint
over the latest alleged bombing
pointed out:
Heurlemafle In US
Pledges Furtherance
Of Good Relations
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP)
Roberto Heurtematte, Panama-
nian businessman, arrived here
by plane yesterday to become his
government's new ambassador to
the United States.
Heurtematte was welcomed at
the National Airport here by
Raymond D. Muir, of the State
Department, by Seorita Anita
Ramirez Duque, who has been
charge d'affaires at the Pana-
manian Embassy, and by other
State Department officials and
Embassy personnel.
Heurtematte posed for news
pictures stanaing beside his
plane, with Seora Odria, wife of
Peru's president. Assistant Sec-
retary of State Edward G. Miller,
and Peruvian Ambassador Fer-
nando Berckmeyer.
Heurtematte said: "Miss Ram-
irez Duque, the other members of
the Embassy staff and myself are
determined to put our best ef-
forts to furthering the good rela-
tions that have always existed
between our two countries.
"Our relations are unique in the
world, and are such as-probably
exist between no two other coun-
tries.
"Being unique they are capable
of producing a very happy co-ex-
, lstence between our two nations,
the Anglo-Iranian Oil Company and constltute an exampie to the
before the company was seized regt of tne world ^ tne mBnner
1) That though explosions had
clearly taken place the craters
themselves did not constitute
conclusive evidence that th
bombs which created the craters
were necessarily dropped from a
plane;
2) The United Nations believ-
ed Nam lived in Kaesong. Only
when the Communist liaison of-
ficers said that he moved after
the first alleged Allied bombing
of Kaesong on Aug. 20 did tha
United Nations command know
of his new residence. (The Reds
claimed United Nations espion-
age agents found Nam's new;
home);
3) Whether the bombing was
conducted by a United Nations
aircraft or whether lt was noc
could not be proved by the al-
most-too-pat evidence. The Reds
now know from experience whaO
United Nations investiga tora
would look for and could fabri-
cate this evidence;
4) The United Nations already
know from their radar watch,
that there was an unidentified
aircraft over the scene of th
bomblng today. But there was no
United Nations'plane in the a-
rea. The Inference therefore was
that a Communist plane staged
the raid.
before the company
in Iran's nationalization of the
oil Industry.
Training Superintendent Tu-
dor L. Stephens, London, said
his staff would not carry on
the training of 2.400 student
technicians If Communists were
allowed to work in Abadan.
Javanese Volcano
Routes Villagers
SOURABAYA, Sept. 1 (UP)
East Java was thoroughly
shaken yesterday when the
well-known volcano Keloet
erupted after night-long rumb-
lings.
The population of villages as
far as 50 miles from the vol-
cano scampared for safety.
Keloet's last death toll, h
199. was 5.000.
In which peoples who believe In
democracy can live among them-
selves."
Unions Consider
Evila's Decision
Not to Run Setback
BUENOS AIRES. Sept. 1 .
(UP)Eva Peron's decision no*
to run for the vice-presidency
of Argentina was considered In
political circles here todav to
represent a major setback for
the Confederacin General del
Trabajo (CGT) In Its first major
venture into politics.
The CGT months ago
launched the Peron-Evita for-
mula for the 1952-58 presiden-
tial term.
Unions plastered city wall*
with posters.
However, when the unions
came by the dozen to the presi-
dential palace they were care-
ful to ask President Juan Perors
to run again, but limited them-
selves to expressing praise for
Evlta's work.
TO OUR READERS
In view of the successive increases in the produc-
tion costs of publishing newspapers, especially in the
price of newsprint, "The Panam American" and "El
Panam Amrica" shall be printed and sold separ-
ately as of Monday, Sept. 3, 1951.
The retail price of each newspaper will be five
cents per copy.
The Panama American Press, Inc.
es made in regrouping several
hospital services.
Consideration is being given to
the problem of improving and
expanding the parking facilities
at the hospital and to means of
improving walkways or steps to
make the new Out-Patie.it De-
partment more easily accessible.
The present medical clinics, lt
for desks; 50 cents for ice re-
frigerators; 30 cents for side-
boards; 15 cents for tables and
bed stands: and 15 cents for
porch swings.
Furniture will continue to be
available for rent to new em-
ployes only, and for a period of
six months, after which lt Is
subject to withdrawal. This
was explained, actually no long-J furniture will not be sold to
er provide sufficient medical the new employe but will be
and patients at the district clin- [service to justify their continued held for use by other new per-
ics many services which are now existence. I sennel.
available onlv at the hospital. Because of great changes in1 The present flat furniture
The consolidation will ellmln- the field of medicine, many mi e rental rate of 75 cents per
ate the necessity for many re- facilities are now necessarv to: month will remain in effect for
ferris to the hospital for labor- J (Continued on Page Col. 5) bachelor rooms.___,----------
Influence Peddling In US
Probed By Senate Committee
WASHINGTON Sept. 1 (UP) thev got this government busl- shortly after it hired Boyle as
-Sen Karl E Mundt. R.. S. D.. ness whether by competitive a Washington reprMentatlve
said today he Is looking tor bids or by Influence peddling." Boyle has said he bad.not h-
evidence of "Influence ped- Mundt said. Ing to do with the RFC loan
Sling" in the government deal- Sen. John J. Williams. R.. and resigned his job.with the
tags of the American Lithofold DeL. told the Senate Thursday firm when e became party
Corp, which once hired Demo- that the firm obtained "lucra- chairman. President Truman
critic National Chairman Wil- live government contracts" to- said he looked Into It and found
Ham M Bovle Jr tallng about $3,600.000 in the nothing wrong.
Mundt is a' member of the years since Its connection, with Both the f"?1?^Jtov*
Senates Permanent Investlgat- Boyle and two other govern- emphasized that the Democrat
ing Committee which is look- ment officials Former Tax
ing into the St. Louis Firm's Collector James Flnnegan of
government dealings, lnclud- 8t. Louis and James B. Olson.
- i~ -,-rf nniraru former alcohol tax collector in
New York who resigned recent- gresslonal
since
chairman will remata in
post.
hfcs
E* "ire. kin J i contracts ^mer_akohol t^coljectorjn WMtem. placed^ the^Con-
1948 tho
with federal agencies. ---..--------------------------------
tors* iTe SThal^per *r, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Ameran ^thofold
cent of the firms operations has reported that American received contracts. toUltag $L-
involve government contracts Lithofold. after three rejections. 589,952 from the Anaf and tfc*
We intend to find out how obtained a $585,000 RFC loan Navy.


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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NSWSPAP1
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Arrive
New Orleans Service____________________Cristbal
S.S. Fiador Knot ...............................Seat. 2
S.8. Leyen Bend ...............................St. 2
S.S. fhiriqiii ...................................8pt. 2
La Playa .......................................Sept. 1
S.S. Mayarl................................... -Sept. 14
S.8. Chlriqui ...................................Sept U
(Randllns eaMiaratrd Chiliad and Ganara I Cu|l
Arrives
New York Freight Service_________________Cristobnl
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................8ept. 5
S.S. Cape Cumberland .........................Sept. 9
S.S. Cape Cod .................................Sept. 15
S.S. Cape A^in ..............................".. .Sept. 23

*a*kl> Salltnp lo New fura. Le Anide, Sin r ranciara Seattle
rWatloiial Sallln Id New Orlcana and Motil
(Tht StrameT In iln aervlre ara Umliad lo twelva aaaeenieri)
rrcqatni rrrlihl Sailing 'rawi t'rlMabii (o Waal faan Ctalral America
Cristbal to New Orleans via Arrives
Tela, Honduras__________________________ Cristobal
S.S. ( hirlqui ___(Passenger Senricf Only)......Sept. 4
S.S. Chlriqui ...................................Sept. IS
TELEPHONES:
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2804 COLON 10
GRACE LINE
FROM NEW YORK TO WEST COAST SOUTH AMERICA
S.S. "SANTA BARBARA" ........Due Cristbal. Sept. 5th
S.S. "SANTA CECILIA" ...........Due Cristbal, Sept. 12th
FROM WEST COAST SOITH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA MARGARITA"......Sails Cristbal, Sept. 3rd
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL" ...........Sails Cristbal, Sept. 10th
FROM U.S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO BALBOA & CRISTOBAL
M.S. "ANCHOR HITCH"............ .Due Balboa. Sept. 9th
8.8. "SANTA ADELA"...............Due Balboa, Sept. 14th
FROM CRISTOBAL TO WEST COAST CENTRAL
AMERICA TO U.S. PACIFIC
MS. "GUNNER'S KNOT".........Sails Cristobal, Sept. 9th
'Balboa Only.
PANAMA AGENCIES, CO.
Cristbal 2144 2135 Panam 2-0554 0557 Balboa 1507 2159
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BY ROYAL CHARTER 1S40
Royal Hails Lines Lid.
FAST FREK3HT AND PASSENQER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA_______
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "FLAMENCO" ...............................Sept. 1st
M.V. "SANTANDER" .............................Sept. 24th
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"' (omits Col.)......Oct. 24th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. KINGSTON
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"...................Nov. 17th
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
s.s. "cuzco- ...................................sept, nth
S.S. "KENUTA" .............................Sept. 12th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD../HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
S.S. "LOCH GARTH" ............................Sept. 10th
S.8. DUIVENDYK" .............................8ept. 13th
TO UK/CONTINENT
S.S. "PAMPAS" ..................................Sept. 16th
S.S. "DRINA"....................................Sept. 27th
Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and Third Class
"Superior accommodation available lor passengers
All sailings subject to change without notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO., Cristobal. Tel. 1054 1055
FORD COMPANY Inc.. Panam TeL 3-1257/1258: Balboa 195
SWEDISH TRANSATLANTIC LINE
Accepting Passengers For
LOS ANGELES
via
AMAPALA, LA UNION and LA LIBERTAD
by
ms. "PARRAKOOLA"
SAILING SEPTEMBER 7th
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.
Tal. Cristbal 1781 Balboa 1065
t{oyal
J/eiherlands
Steamship
Company
K
N
S
M
TO EUROPE:
BREDA ............................Sept. 13
HERSILIA .........................Sept. 17
ORANJE8TAD .....................Sept. 30
ro THE CARIBBEAN:
BREDA ............................Sept. 13
HERSILIA .........................Sept. 17
ORANJESTAD .....................Sept. 30
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR,
HERSILIA .........................Sept. 3
HECUBA ...........................Oct. 1
TO PERU and CHILE:
BAARN ............................Sept. 15
DELFT .............................Oct. 12
OLE BULL..........................Oct. 15
"K.N.S.M." CRISTOBAL, 3-1210, 3-121R 3-1219
(Passenger And Freight)
BOVD BROS.. PANAMA CITY. 2-2008
(Passengers Only)
HI OK AGENCIES BALBOA: 2-3719 (Freight)
Shipping & Airline News
Commercial Aviation Agreement
Underway Between US and
Colombia
WASHINGTON. Sept. 1 (UP)
United States officials said no de-
finte decisions have yet been
reached on the commercial avia-
tion agreement now under nego-
tiation between this country and
Colombia, but said that talks
were "progressing satisfactorily."
Officials said that reports for
a bilateral agreement have been
concluded In principle, but ap-
peared to be somewhat prema-
ture. They left no doubt how-
ever, that the United States ex-
pects to have a "Bermuda-type"
commercial aviation agreement
with oClombla shortly.
This type of arrangement in-
ACOBYqn
CANASTA
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Canasta is one of the most
competitive of all games. If you
really want to be a successful
player you must recognize the
fact that your opponents have
considerable scope for action and
that you must watch them like a
hawk. Not only that but you
must also learn to anticipate
their probable action.
As an example of how to vary
your game with your opponents,
consider this hand. Both sides
need 50 and after my first draw
I hold Joker A K-K 9-8 6-6-6
5-4-2.
Against most Canasta players I
would meld joker-king-king and
discard a six. My plan would be
to continue drawing sixes, and
the chances would be greatly in
favor of my grabbing the first
discard pile and getting back in
big business.
However, some Canasta players
have a defense against that type
of play. If I meld, they promptly
freeze the pack. Against such
players this meld would be very
ineffective as I would have no
pairs and no chance to get the
frozen pile. Furthermore, after
my sixes were gone I would be
left without any good discard.
Against that type of player I
would adopt one of two other
lines of play. I might meld joker-
king-king, discard an odd card
and play for a quick out, or I
might simply meld nothing, dis-
card my three sixes and hope to
acquire other pairs while doing
that.
*
QThe first person to play.
Immediately after the deal, melds
out at once. What happens to
red threes held by the other play-
ers?
AEach player puta his red
threes aside but does not draw
to replace them. Each player is
docked for the remaining cards
in his hand since they are an-
melded cards. The red threes are
then counted as though they had
been put down on the table.
For example, if the melder or
his partner have any red threes
they get full credit for them.
Their side has melded, so they
Set the regular bonus for red
irees.
However, the dealer's side loses
100 points for each of its red
threes (or 800 points if they are
unlucky enough to have all four
of them. Their side has not
melded, so they are debited for
each red three in the usual way.
Note that there is no penalty
of 500 points for falling to put
the red threes down. That penal-
ty is applied only when a player
has a chance to put a red three
down and fails to do so. In this
case nobody but the first player
had a chance to put his red threes
down.
volves an exchange of operating
rights for International airlines
on the part of the two countries.
Avlanca for instance, would be
given landing and servicing
rghts at specific points in the
United States and designated US
airlines, such as Panagra, would
receive comparable privileges at
certain Colombia terminals.
Mall Box Installed
on Equatorial Line
QUITO (Special) The Ecua-
doran Post Office Department
has just announced the installa-
tion of a mail box at the Equa-
torial Monument a few miles
north of here, so that tourists
may mall post cards and letters
with an authentic "Equator"
post mark.
The monument was erected in
1936 to commemorate-the second
centennial of a survey made by
a French mission to measure one
degree of latitude and thus de-
termine the circumference of the
earth. A bronze plaque was re-
cently placed on the monument
to mark Panagra's 20,000th
crossing of the Equator.
The elevation of the monu-
ment is 8070 feet above sea level.
Pacific Exploratory Flight
To South America Planned
SYDNEY. 8ept. 1 (UP) Air
Minister McMahon announced
tha a second Pacific explorato-
ry flight to South America by
Captain P. O. Taylor is being
considered to survey likely routes
between Australia and South
America.
The flight will be complemen-
tary to Taylor's survey flight last
March to Chile, and may include
Brazil and Argentina. McMahon
added that the "flight If under-
taken also will be in the nature
of an Australian goodwill mission
to our South American neigh-
bors."
f Colonial Fldg
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1 Depicted is the 1 Mineral
flag of 2 Expunger
This British 3 Paddle a boat
colony consists 4 Greek letter
of a------o
islands
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14 Slow (music)
15 Uncooked
16 Puff up
18 Eternity
19 Exists
20 Prime
minister
22 Mixed type
23 Drop of eye
fluid
25 Iroquolan
Indian
27 Therefore
38 Beverages
29 Measure of
area
30 Bone
31 Sun god of
Egypt
32 Artificial
language
33 Impale
35 Allowance for
waste
38 Step
39 Volcano in
Sicily
40 Not (prefix)
41 Tasted
47 Tungsten
(ab.)
48 Rodent
50 Parts in plays
51 Vase
52 Oak seed
54 Small ring
56 Small (comb.
form)
67 Tents
5 Employer
6 Remove
7 First man
8 Mirth
9 Concerning
10 Unit
11 Ideal state
12 Small horses
17 Palm lily
20 Distributes
fairly
21 Replied
sharply
24 Fungus
Anawer to Previous Puzzle
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43 "Show Me
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51 Diminutive ;
suffix
53 Right (ab.)
55 Preposition
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1927 wagon used to carry drunks j
and other prisoners. A farmer.
Conrad J. Rose, bought it at
auction for 5126.30 to use haul-
lna his plge.
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Don"t auffer from
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THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pys 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loana with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different siies.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
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corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
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CARLOS MOUYNES V.
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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1951
TH PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
fit. THREW
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MISS LELA MAE ROUNSAVILLE MARRIED
AT COROZAL CHAPEL LAST NIGHT
In Coroaal Chapel Ut renlni. BUm Lela Mae Kouua-
TiUe dauthter of Mr. and Mrs. fcd KOun-avUie of DaUas,
^tauMthe bride of Robert V. Mecaskey of Curundn.
The^rTmonv was performed by Chaplain Merle Berfe-
I
1
on.
The bride wore a rey gabar-
dine suit and a matching hat
trimmed with a pearl ornament
and grey veil. Her corsage was ol
purple orchids. .
Miss Jean Simpson was ma d
of honor. Mr. Eric Kosphella
was best man for the bridegroom.
A reception was held in tne
Fern Room of the Hotel TlvoU
Present was Mrs. Ed Rounsavllle
of Dallas Texas, who came to uie
isthmus especially t oattend this
W AftS'i wedding trip to Costa
Rica Mr and Mrs. Mecasl.ey
will make their home in Curun-
*"&. Mecaskey attended Bay-
lor rolleee In Belton. Texas and
"'now working for the Clvl an
Personnel Office of the United
States Army Caribbean
Mr. Mecaskey who attended
Oklahoma Agricultural and Me
chanlcal College In Sm"?'
Oklahoma. Is employed at ai
brook Air Force Base.
Luncheon at Golf Club
ffhe Minister of Tury and
Finance of Panama, the Honor
able Galileo Soils, hadi as hta
euest for lunch at the Panama
So Club on Thursday Umted
states Assistant Secretary of
ItatethY Honorable Edward O.
Miller, Jr. _____ .
Lwe for Crrlted States
Assistant U.S. Secretary of
Stat? Edward G. Miller Jr ana
Panamanian Ambassador M
Washington, the Honorable f o
SKrSrsKfi?*5r
^rV^He^rrpla^olotn
him there In about a week.
Army Engineers
Fete Quimby Smith
Esso Company In Salvador and
two other officials of Esso, Mr.
William B. Kl:her and Mr. Deo.
W. Potts, are staying in Hotel El
Panama over the week-end.
Cocktail Party Honors
Cabinet Member and Wife
In honor of His Excellency, the
Minister of Public Works Norber-
to Navarro and Mrs. Navarro,
Mr. and Mrs. Horacio Alfaro, Jr..
entertained with a cocktail party
last evening at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Navarro in
Bella Vista.
"Stork Shower"
for Mrs. Buquet
Miss Carmen Bright and Mrs
Henry Kochman have Issued in-
vitations to a "stork shower for
Mrs. Charles Joseph Buquet, nee
Sonia Mary Bright, today at 4:00
pm. in Mrs. Kochman's resi-
dence In Bella Vista.
On Retirement
Card Party Tea
Mrs. Raul Garcia de Paredes
was hostess to a group of friends
for a tea and card party at her
residence in Golf Heights yester-
day. _____
Birthday Buffet Supper
In celebration of Dr. Octavio
Mndez-Perelra's birthday. Dr.
and Mrs. Mndez Perelra ten-
dered a buffet supper at their
home in Bella Vista on Thurs-
day evening.
Birthday Party
Peter "Shltnev celebrated his
seventh birthday with a party
given by his mother. Mrs. Ray-
mond L. Whitney at their home
in Cocoli on August 28.
Mrs Whitney was assisted by
Mrs. Raymond h. Albertson.
The guests included Sherry
and Romy Acker. David Albert-
son. Danielle and Ronnev Har-
ned, Jonny and Susie Luhr, Keith
ind Skipper Free and Bob Mc-
Conaughey.
Amateur Show to Highlight
Labor Day Dance Tonight
Keynote of the Amrelcan Le-
gion Labor Day dance will be an
amateur floor show given under
the ausolces of Mr. John Ridge,
Jr. The dance is being held at
8:00 this evening in the Ameri-
can Letion Club at Fort Amador.
Music for dancing will be fur-
nished by the Society Seven Or-
chestra. There will be several
door prizes to be won.
Tickets costing one dollar per
couple will be sold at the door.
Henrv L. 8elles is in charge of
the Club restaurant, which is
opening this evepine before the
danre. He is trie former manager
nf the Hilltop Club at Fort Da-
vis. _______________
STHMI/ V DATA
Births
SPOONER, Mr. and Mrs. F. R.
of La Boca, a daughter. Aug. 26.
at Gorgas Hospital.
WILLIAMS. Mr. and Mrs.
John of Colon, a daughter. Aug.
26 at Colon Hospital.
SHOY. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert
A. of Colon, a son. Aug. 26 at
Colon Hospital.
GOMEZ. Mr. and Mrs. Man-
uel Of Cunindu. a daughter,
Aug. 27 at Gorgas Hospital.
WALLACE. Mr. and Mrs. I. A.
of Gamboa, a daughter, Aug. 28
at Gorgas Hospital
ROACH. Mr. and Mrs. Ethel -
bert of La Boca, a daughter, Aug.
28 at Gorgas Hospital.
DENNY. Mr. and Mrs. Rober
of Rousseau, a son. Aug. 29 at
Gorgas Hospital.
MYRIE. Mr. and Mrs. Geral-
do Myrie of Colon, a daughter,
Aug. 27 at Colon Hospital.
ARCHIBOLD. Mr. and Mrs
Bent of Gatun. a son. Aug. 28 at
Colon Hospital.
Deaths
MYERS Samuel. 70. of Colon
Aug. 23 at Colon Hospital
JOHNSON, Samuel. 53. of
Oamboa. Aug. 26 at Gorgas Hos-
pital.
Truman ^Cannot Guarantee
To Lower Cost Of Living
WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP) with
Prc:icient Truman said yesterday
that he "cannot guarantee" that
the cost of living will decline even
If Congress gives him the econ-
omic tools he considers necessa-
ry to combat inflation.
Mr. Truman made the state-
ment In a letter to Sen. Homer
E. Capehart, R., Ind., after a
warning by Economic Stabilizer
Eric Johnston that ceilings on
food and other items will be
"much higher" within 60 days
unless the present law Is over-
hauled.
Capehart had written Mr. Tru-
man asking if the Chief Execu-
tive would guarantee that prices
would drop if Congress granted
his request for a revival of
slaughter quotas and changes in
two amendments to the law.
The President replied that "the
Inflationary pressures are prob-
ably going to be so great that It
will be hard to hold the (price i
Une even with the strongest kind
of law."
He added that Capeharfs ?t-
ter "seems to me to be a strictly
political document Intended to
offset the terrible Capehart
amendment to the production
act."
Capehart, who received the let-
ter only a short while before, read
It at a hearing of the Senate
Banking Committee which Is
Sdaiges X'SntrS I ^an program may be wreck-
Congress, the President
voiced regret that capehart
"dlin't consider your amend-
ment before It was tacked on to
the Defense Production Act."
"In fact." he continued, "I
read your explanation of it in the
(Congressional! Record, and aft-
er I read it it was in some doubt
as to whether jou understood It
yourself or not."
In his letter of Aug. 27 to the
White House, Capehart had ac-
cused Mr. Truman of "obvious
short sightedness" and a "will-
ingness to use the Congress as a
scapegoat for poor Judgment."
He demanded whether the
President would guarantee lower
prices If Congress revamped the
law to suit him.
Johnston denied that the Ad-
ministration Is .stalling on apply-
ing the new formulas, and said
that new price tegulallons on
food and manufactured goods
will be Issued "in 60 days."
He also disclosed that the new
orders will require that food I
prices be "posted In the grocery
stores" for housewives to inspect.
If Congress refuses to change
the law, Johnston said, the forth- !
coming price regulations will!
conform to the new formulas,,
and "we will have much higher
prices."
If this happens, he added,!
wages may go "right through the
roof" and the entire wage stab-
QTJIMBY SMITH
A farewell buffet supper was
held at the "20 Club" Albrook
Air Force Base last night in hon-
oV of Quimby Smith, Elctrica
Superintendent for the Army
Engineers, who is ret ring after
25 years service with the Armed
FSmeiSth first came to the Isth-
muTln 1934 where he served as
At. Telephone Engineer with
the Sianal Corps. He transferred
to the Engineers in 1935 and since
that time has served electrl-
clan, electric, foreman anf fee
trlcal Superintendent of the Ar-
mv power system.
Smith's previous service had
been with the Constructing Quar-
termaster at Fort Lincoln N.D.
In 1912 and at Fort Russell. Wy-
omng and the Signal Corps to
New York City. He resigned n
1919 to enter private business in
which he remained until> 1934
when he came to the Isthmus
His fellow workers presented
him with a gold initialled belt
buckle and tie pin.
Quimby Smith plans to sail for
the United States on Sept. 7. to
join Mrs. Smith who Is now in
Sky land. Ashevllle, N.C.
Registrations Being
Accepted For T
Oil Painting Class
Registrations are now being ac-
cepted at tho Balboa YMCA for
ihe Oil Painting Class which
starts a new term on Sept. 10.
This class was started some
three year-s ago. This class has
continued to hold Its popularity
under its present teacher. Mrs.
Bettv Bentz. who has done ex-
tensive study in the United
States under Robert Brackman.
widely known artist and teacher.
Mrs. Bentz will be exhibitor in
a "one-man" show starting to-
morrow at the JWB for a period
of two weeks under the sponsor-
ship of the Canal Zone Art Lea-
gue. Th Art Class at th. YMCA
mets on Mondays from 7 to 9
p.m. For further Information
Desk, Balboa 2759 or Balboa 2839.
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There Is only a slight chance uan wc nP,e l. "? w?
the President will get what he P^es are continually rising.'" he
wants demanded.
ranehart latpr rnri thp litter "II means a whole new wage
onKSnaUnoorand id at' !'' "mean.,new farm parity
"any criticism he directed against
me is of course applicable to all
the members of the House and
Senate."
The Capehart amendment pro-
vides that ceiling prices set by
the Office of Price Stabilization
must reflect all direct and Indi-
rect production cost Increases
since start of the Korean war.
Administration spokesman
have insisted the provision can-
not be enforced.
While Mr. Truman refused to
guarantee that prices would de-
cline If the amendment were re-
pealed, he said "It Is my consid-
ered judgment that we will have
lower prices and a lower cost of
living.-..than we will have If It
is left In the law."
In his letter, one of the most
caustic ever addressed to a law-
maker in his frequent tussles
level. It means a higher rent
level. It means a bigger govern-
ment deficit.. .It means less de-
fense for our appropriations."
CZ Junior College
To Begin 19th
Year On Wednesday
The Canal Zone Junior College
will begin its 19th year on Wed-
nesday. New and old students
who have not already registered
will be regls' ered then, starting |
at 8:30 in 'he morning, Dean
Roger C- Hackett has announced.
Students will be assigned to
their advisers and in consulta-
tion with them will work out
their programs of study.
Classes wl'.l begin on the day
following registration.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1M1
Indians' Slump Continues As They Lose To Browns
REPLACEMENTEven the harness horse world is replacing men with machines. Yonkers, N. Y., Racc-
B/ay installed a motor-driven turnstile that moyes about three miles an hour, to relieve stable boys of
he tedious job of cooling horses after a workout. Hi Los Sister, a leading three-year-old pacer, showi
how it's done. (NKAJ
Lincoln, Albrook Triumph
In Pacific Hoop League;
Flyers First Half Winners
IIM.IT standings
(Second Halfl
TEAMS Won Lost Pet
Lincoln Life .... 7
Albrook........ 5 3
Mauricio...... 1 1
.875
.625
.125
Lincoln Life retained their
two-game lead in the second half
of the Pacific Basketball League
Thursday night as they won by
default when Royal Crown fail-
ed to make their appearance with
enough players to comprise a
team, and the Albrook Flyers
kept pace by virtue of their easy
77 to 62 victory over Mauricio.
Albrook Jumped Into a quick
ten-point lead in the first quar-
ter, but the Mauricio squad
fought back in the second quar-
ter to pull within three points of
the Flyers by the rnd of the half,
hut shortly after the start of the
third quarter, with only four
points separating the teams, Al-
brook scored three auick goals to
take over a ten-point margin and
gradually extended It to 15 points
by the end of the game.
The game was featured by the
'turn of Karl Parsell and he
accounted for 28 points during
the time he was in the game.
While teaminati* Don Lee kept his
scoring spree running with a to-
tal of 18 points. For the losers.
Bob Gibson's 16 points were high,
followed by brother Noel Gib-
eon's 12 points.
League officials announced
that due to Royal Crown's re-
Seated failure to present, a team
as resulted in their suspension
from the league and the season
will be played with the three re-
maining teams until the sched-
ule is completed. Only one game
will be played each night and ad-
mission prices to the game will
be lowered to 25 cents.
It was also announced that Al-
brook had been declared the win-
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ners of the first half as Royal
Crown defaulted In the sched-
uled plav-off game. Sunday
night's g le will have the first
place Lincoln Life team meeting
the second-place Albrook team
in a single game which will start
at 7:30 p.m.
The box scoer of Thursday's
game:
Albrook FG FT TP
Lee.......... 8 2 18
Chatham...... 3 0 6
Parsell........11 6 28
Sclafani....... 3 2 8
Bean.......... 2 0 4
Coycault....... 1 0 2
Ingram........ 1 1 3
Fraser........ 3 0 8
Muto.......... 0 0 0
Bonta.......... 0 0 0
Ulshaffer...... 1 0 2
Totals. .. .....33 11 77
Mauricio FG FT TP
Hilzinger....... 3 0 6
Gibson, B....... 6 4 16
Minot........ 3 0 6
Olhoeft....... 1 2 4
Presho........ 2 2 6
Gibson. N....... 4 4 12
Capalbo........ 5 O 10
Cotton ........ 1 0 2
Totals.........25 12 62
Score bv quarters
Albrook 20 31 55 77
Mauricio 10 28 44 C2
GUN CLUB
NOTES
SPECIAL NOTICE TO ALL GIN
SWINGERS
If you should be In the vicinity
of the Gamboa Gun Club tomor-
row morning, Sept. 2. about ten-
thirty carrying vour favorite guns
and the aroma of freshly boiling
coffee captures vour imagination,
stop to Investigate. But we can
tell you the secret beforehand.
It will be "Charlie" and Mary
Disharoon brewing three gallons
of coffee in that oversized pot of
theirs.
Coffee cake will be provided
bv the Tasslns who have just re-
turned from tin ir "shooting" va-
cation in the States together with
the latest news about the
"Grand.'' A varied program of
boh skeet and trapshooting with
separate nptionals will be offer-
ed so that all the shooters will
enjoy that grand sport.
American League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G. B.
New York. 86 47 .630
Cleveland. 80 49 .620 1
Boston ... 75 51 .595 -I',
Chicago. 70 58 .547 10>/3
Detroit ... 59 69 .461 21',i
Washington 53 72 .424 26
Philadelphia 53 77 .408 284
St. Louis 39 86 .312 40
Today's Games
Chicago at Detroit.
New York at Washington.
Philadelphia at Boston.
St. Louis at Cleveland (N).
Yesterday's Results
NIGHT GAMKS
Chicago............ 2
Detroit.............. 0
St. Louis............ 6
Cleveland............ 3
National League
TEAMS Won Lost Pet. G. B.
Brooklyn 82 45 .646
New York. 78 53 .589 7
Boston ... 4 61 .512 17
St. Louis 61 62 .496 19
Philadelphia 63 66 .488 20
Pittsburgh 55 74 .426 28
Cincinnati 54 74 .421 28' i
Chicago. 53 73 .421 28'
Today's Games
Boston at Philadelphia (N).
Brooklyn at New York.
Cincinnati at Chicago.
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N).
Yesterday's Results
OPEN DATE.
Sports Briefs
BY UNITED PRESS
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 1 The
entire U.S. Davis Cup squad will
compete In the Pacific South-
west Tennis Tournament which
starts in Los Angeles on Sept. 8.
On the American team are Dick
Savitt. Tony Seixas. Ham Rich-
ardson and Budge Patty.
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Sept. 1
Coacli Woody Have.* says he Is
going to soft pe.ial all injuries on
his Ohio State football squad
this fall to make it tougher for
th egamblers. "They use injuries
as the basic thing for their odds,"
says Hayes, "and we re not going
to help them."
KIMBALL. Minnesota. Sept. 1
-Center Harold Loehlein, one of
the West Point cadets ousted for
cheating during examinations,
says he will enter the University
of Minnesota this fall, but not
play lootball.
"I wouldn't be eligible for two
years and I havo only one year to
go in school." says Loehlein, who
was captain-elect of the 1951
Army team.
SOONERS SUGGESTED
NORMAN. Okla. 'NEA' Okla-
homa is an odds-on choice to re-
peat as Bin Seven' grid champ.
Tail-Enders Whip Tribe
6-3; Chisox Blank Tigers
By UNITED PRESS
NEW YORK, Sept. 1. There should be much more excite-
ment In the American League where the Yankees enjoy only a
one-game margin over the Indians but it is beginning lo look as
If Cleveland is in the midst of another of its notorious fold-ops
under pressure.
They were at a low ebb last night when they dropped their
sixth game In their last nine starts to the last plaet Brownie*
6-3. Bob Lemon, who had been Cleveland's "stopper" of late,
had his winning streak stopped at seven games.
Hank Arft and Fred Marsh tagged him for homers as the
Browns collected eleven hits In all. Arft drove In four runs with
a homer and two singles. Lemon himself accounted for the
Cleveland suns with a circuit clout.
Rookie Jim McDonald, with last minute relief help from
Satchel Paige, gained a six-hit triumph his third of the year.
In the onlv other game in the Majors, the still alive fourth
6lace White Sox topped the Tigers 2-0 as ex-Detroit hurler Saul
ogovin pitched a seven-hitter. The victory put them ten-and-
one-half games behind the idle first place Yankees.
Nellie Fox singled, stole second and went to third on a wild
throw by catcher Bobby Swift and scored on a two-base error
bv shortstop Johnny Lipon on Minnie Mioso's grounder. Eddie
Robinson drove in Mioso with a single.
No other Major League games were scheduled.
Ousted Army Grid
Star Al Pollard
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Pacific Coast League
Threatens To Quit NAPB
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1 (UP) The long smould-
ering dispute between the Pacific Coast League and the
Major Loops over the drafting of players has reached a
decisive stage. The P.C.L. says that unless the draft rule
as it affects them is changed, they'll resign from the Na-
tional Association of Professional Baseball Leagues.
In other words, the Coast Loop threatens to go out-
law.
Officials of the Pacific Coast League said that the
Majors better do something by Dec. 31 sr of this year. The
contract between the P.C.L. and the National Association
expires January of 1952.
Under the present baseball rules, Major League teams
can draft the top player from each P.C.L. team each year
for $10,000.
"Under that system," said Brick Laws, president of
the Oakland Acorns, "we have no chance of building up
P.C.L. baseball."
Labor Day Boat
Races Scheduled
At Pedro Miguel
Labor Day boat races will be
held Monday, starting at 1 p.m.,
at Pedro Miguel under the aus-
pices of the Pedro Miguel Boat
Club. ..
There will be prixes for the
races and also door prises don-
ated by the Cervecera Nacional
(National Brewery) and the Na-
tional Distillers, S.A. Cash prizes
will be given by the club.
Remember, Monday at Pedro
Miguel! Come out and meet new
Club Manager Paul Dukas.
Fight Dope
NEW YORK. Sept 1 (UP)
The veteran ring expert Nat
Fleischer warns that Rav Robin-
son will have a tough time get-
ting his middleweight title back
from Randy Turpln when they
meet in New York on Sept. 12.
Fleischer, who Is editor of
Ring Magazine was in London
last month when Turpln won the
title from Roolnson. Yesterday,
after watching the English
champ train at Femdale. New
York, Fleischer said Turpln looks
even sharper than he did the
first time.
Former Featherweight Champ
Abe Aiiell commented"If Tur-
pin doesn't repeat his victory
over Robinson, I'll oe the most
surprised person in the world."
At Pompton Lakes. New Jer-
sey. Robinson took it easy but
will go through full scale train-
ing today through Monday be-
fore getMnf another break.
NEW YORK, Sept 1 (UP
Welterweight contender Billy
Graham may have to cool his
heels for a time before getting
another shot at the titleeven
though he almost won Wednes-
day night.
Champion Kid Gaviln suc-
cessfully defended his title
against. Graham at Madison
Square Garden, but only by the
slender margin of three points.
International Boxing Club Pro-
moter Al Weill suggested a re-
turn tiile go on Oct. 28, but the
Gaviln camp says no.
"I've gotslx months to defend."
says Gaviln. "We consider Gra-
ham like all others. He's a good
challenger. I like to fight."
Despite Oaviian's Interest In
fighting, his co-managersAn-
gel Lopez and Fernando Balido
say it won't be against Qraham.
At least, not the next time out.
Appetite Costs
Giant Lion $100
DETROIT. Sept. 1. (NEA> Les
Bingaman literally ate himself
out of $100. '
The Detroit Lions' giant guard
was offered that sum by Coach
Buddy Parker on condition he
report for practice at 260 pounds.
Bingaman hasn't weighed
that little since his high school
days, but managed to take off
17 pounds to come In at 284.
Louis Thompson,
Kid Chocolate Open
Training Programs
Unbeaten Louis Thompson, the
present sensation of the 135-
pound class, and former Isth-
mian Featherweight Champion
i Colon version > Kid Chocolate II
yesterday continued their hard
training program for their
scheduled ten-iound clash at the
Panam National Gym Sept. 9.
The hard-hiitlng Thompson
hopes to continue his winning
streak and force the Panama
Boxing Commission to recognize
him as one of the logical con-
tenders for the lightweight title
which was this week declared va-
cant.
The lightweight title which was
held by Wllfrecio Brown was de-
clared, vacant this week by the
commission because Brown fail-
ed to comply with an ultimatum
Issued by the commission order-
ing Brown to defend his crown
by the end of August.
As things shape up now. It ap-
pears thai an elimination will be
held to decide the new titlehold-
er. Naturally, former Champ
Brown must be one of the main
attraction of the planned eli-
mination.
However. Chocolatewho has
decided to quit the feather ranks
to invade the heavier division
has plans and designs on the ti-
tle also. He will be In there
against Thompson trying to show
local experts that he is not
"washed up" and can still hold
his own against good men In the
lightweight class.
The six-round semifinal on the
Thompson-Chocolate card will
bring together Leonel Peralta and
Beto Scantlebury, also light-
weights, In what should prove to
be an interesting contest.
The hard-hitting but lumber-
ing and slow-mCvlna Peralta re-
cently placed himself under the
tutelage of the veteran Aubrey
Woodruff and mav be expected
to improve considerably.
Batting Leaders
BY UNITED PRESS
(National League)
Muslal. Cardinals.........390
Robinson, Dodgers........343
Ashburn, Phillies.........338
Wvrostek, Reds...........325
Dark, Giants...........318
(American League)
Kell. Tigers.............336
Fain, Athletics.......'. .. .327
Mlftoso, White BOX........326
Coan Senators...........323
Williams, Red Sox.........319
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 1 (UP>
Ousted Army star Al Pollard re-
vealed Thursday he has signed to
play professional football with
the New York Yanks.
Pollard, a star fullback at West
Point until he was expelled In the
examination cribbing acandal
leaves for the Yanks' Rlpon, Wis.,
training camp tonight. Pollard
said he signed with the National
Football League team the day be-
fore the college all-star game at
Chicago Aug. 17.
Pollard 1* understood to have
agreed to play for $7.000. Pre-
viously he had demanded $14,000,
according to some reports.
Pollard, a 22-year-old. 190-
pound six-footer, was Army's
scorer last season with 83 points.
He gained 838 yards in 87 at-
tempts for an average of 7.3
yards per carry.
"Since the Yank had drafted
me originally," he explained, "I
decided to live up to the contract
and give them the very best I
can. I hope I can make their
team and I'm pretty sure I can
even though I know pro ball is a
lot different from college ball."
Among the West Point players
who were dismissed. Pollard was
the only one eligible to play pro
ball.
Boxer Given 'Even
Chance' To Recover
Following Operation
NEW YORK. Sept. 1 (UP)
Safely past the dangerous 24
hours that followed the emer-
gency operation performed on
him Thursday morning, welter-
weight boxer Georgie Flores was
yesterday given an "even chance"
in his fight against death.
An early morning report from
the hospital said the t6-year-
old Brooklyn fighter is "still cri-
tical and unconscious but no
further operations are planned."
Flores was rushed to the hos-
pital Wednesday night after
suffering an eight-round knock-
out at the hand* of Roger Do-
noghue at Madison Square Gar-
den.
He underwent an emergency
operation to relieve the prnssure
of a blood clot from his brain
early Thursday morning and
was reported "holding his own"
late yesterday.
FOLLOWS FATHER
STATE COLLEGE. Pa. (NEA>
Bob Rutherford was aucceded as
Penn State golf coach by his son,
Bob, Jr.
There appears to be respectable medical authority far the
statement that cyanic acid if taken in liberal ilocage is net
conducive te longevity, lame way be said of pi inure. Exposed
to this insidious chemical, hardened athletes have been known te
turn to jeiiy. An Incredible thing, a bit mesay. too, but true.
That's probably what's been happening to the Brooklyn In
the past several weeks, a period wlneh has teen their once com-
manding lead of laVs games (15 on the losing side) shrivel to a
a point where the National League walkover took on the sembl- *
anee of a race.
At first they dismissed the Giants' plucky uprising as just
one of those things, but as the streak grew to Impressive propor- ,
tions they began to grow concerned. They lost the naturalness Ot
movement, the relaxed mood, they had known. They tightened
up and began to press. There was even a suggestion of panic.
Their big hitters became tense, the usually alert Jack!*
Robinson got fouled up on the baselines, even the manager,
Charley Dreaten, showed the effects by asking too much of top
pitchers in situations which were not ai acute as he seemed to i
believe. The other night an umpire's call on a pitched ball In
the very first Inning set off an angry rhubarb which resulted in
the Brooklyn bench being cleared; another Illustration of how
pressure poison works.
There Is no telling what might have happened to the Brook-
lyn' morale If they had dropped that second game in Sunday'
doubleheader after kicking away a seven-run lead In the opener.
It may yet turn out that Andy Palko' ninth-Inning homer which
kept the game alive will prove to be their most Important hit of
the season.

THE STRAIN BEGINS TO TELL
When the Giants started their streak they had everything
to gain and nothing to loee. They were completely relaxed. Trfey
were playing more for a respectable position than a pennant,
though, naturally they hadn't ignored that possibility. Nobody
was asking them to take It all. On the contrary, the press box
literature continued to stress the discouraging odds they faced.
All of a sudden they found themselves in. the race. While
they were free wheeling In a streak which wai to reach 16 con-
scuuve wins the Brooklyhs were staggering along at a .500 pace.
It was Inevitable that the Giants, In due course, would begin
to feel the strain. Tuesday, as the streak ended, it showed. Eddie
Stanky kicked a thlrd-out grounder for a run. Don Mueller played
a fly ball Into a double for another. Thus the Pirates won, 2-0,
on unearned runs.
This may not mean the end of the Giants' threat but It does
follow a familiar pattern hi such circumstances. The way Howie
Pollet was pitching, the Giant* might not have won, anyway,
but the-manner in which they lost was a typical reaction to
pressure poison. There comes a time when the strain Is as severe
on the runner-up as on the pace setter.
You find this condition In many sports. Notably golf. Bobby
Jones used to say the best position was four or five shots back
at the end of 38 holes. The leader plays cautiously to protect
his advantage. The' others go all out. Offhand, I can recall only
two National Open winners who broke on. top and staved there.
Jim Barnes and Ben Hogan.


THE BOOK IS ENCOURAGING >S
If the Giants are good enough they can still do It. It Is al-
ways a mistake In baseball to concede too early. Against them I*
their record. They didn't begin to click until the season wis half
gone last year when they won 50 of their last 72, outplaying ev-
erybody. Still they finished five games back.
It Is popular to say they would be even more of a threat now
If they hadn't lost those 11 straight in the early stages. Ob-
viously true, of course. But a month later they were only 4>2
games bac'i of the Brooklyn. That was In early June. The truth
Is they have shown little consistency. Twice before they failed to
take advantage of Brooklyn slumps. This time they did better.
How they will fare from here on remains to be seen.
But, to repeat, precedent says they can still win. The 1938
Giants came from 9'2 games back In late July to win by open
daylight. They won 15 in a row that year, by tm way. The Car-
dinals of 1942 did even better, winning after being 10 game out
in early August. Not to forget the Cubs of 1988 who trailed by
seven going Into Labor Day. Yes, If the Olants are good enough
they can do it because the Brooklyns have shown pressure poison
does them no good.
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In candlelit tat mmw at .#,?** CU'tjli Chapal.
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ceremony
, at MartariU. beeaws tae W4a s Iijiijani GUI.
Mr. ant MM. .Sal ttaj,**,, flu wkto rtof
,_any w. censarte, by ?. Fataer Loals B. liana, C. M.,
ia the presence al a. large gathering al Irianda and relatives
an Fridsy, Aafust Jl, at I:* a. iti .
CaUa lilla) an* llfkte* tapara BMl ths attar, and
SsUndln, aevea-beanckt* efoSeiaaraa. haldln jralta taaan,
standing basket of tha Hewers were ases wltfcla the
ineel. The sw were tied with taUe hairs, HUaa and sayr-
Ne.
Mr. John Rid|e, ertanUt, play-
ed th traditional wedding
marches, ana accompanied Mr.
Robert Coulthard who sang "The
Rosary" and "Tha Lord's Pray-
The bride entered upon th
arm of her father, by whom ihe
waa given In marriage. She waa
lovely in her wedding gown of
French lace and white satin. The
gown was faehloned with a sim-
ulated law rounded neckline,
formed with a yoke of nylon net,
which was outlined with a double
ruffle of the lace. The short
sleeves were also formed from the
lace ruffles. The bodice was clos-
ed with tiny satin buttons down
the back. The satin skirt was
hooped. It waa trimmed with
double panela of tiny lace ruffles
and a satin panel extended from
tire waist to form a cathedral
train. From a satin and lace
headdress fell a short blush fell
to cover tha orlde's face, when
she entered the church, and a
long veil which extended the
length of the train. She wore
matching lace mltu and carried
a shower bouquet of white roaet.
Mrs. Charlea Perry was matron
of honor for her sister. She wore
a gown ot Nile green organdy
over Kelly green taffeta. The old-
iaahloned motif was repeated In
her dress and the other bridal at-
tendants. They had low, round-
ed, off-the-shoulder necklines
finished with a fold of the organ-
dy which was caught with con-
trasting nosegays of organdy
flowers. Pink flowers were used
on Mrs. Perry's dresa and they
also caught the skirt to form a
side drape at either side. This
exposed a ruffled organdy petti-
coat, under the hooped skirt. The
adult attendants wore large
crownless, picture hats with
matching flowers decorating the
brims. Mrs. Perry carried a bas-
ket of pink roses tied with match-
ing ribbons.
The other attendants were
Mrs. R. J. Koenig who wore a blue
gown with pink touches, and car-
ried a basket ot pink roses; and
Miss Nannette Lynch who wore
orchid with yellow flower clust-
ers and carried yellow roses in
a basket.
Miss Nancy Gill, sister of the
groom, was the Junior brides-
maid. She wore pale yellow or-
gandy. It was made with a ber-
tha collar, which formed the
sleeves, and a shirred cumer-
bund. The full skirt was hooped.
She carried blue roses and wore
a band of the flowers and yellow
net veiling in her hair.
Little Karen Schmidt was the
flower girl. She was dressed in a
model which duplicated the
bride's dress, in white organdy.
Her mitts were of organdy and
the carried a basket of mixed
rose petals.
Mr. Jack Oil!, brother of the
groom, was best man and the
groomsmen were: Francis Cono-
ver. Francis Loughran, Leo Goul-
et and William de la Mater. The
ushers were Mr. Charles Perry
and Paul Karst.
A reception was held at the
Balboa Elks Club following the
ceremony. Mrs. Kuller chose for
the occasion a floor length gown
made with a light blue lace red-
ingote over blue taffeta. Tiny
rhinestone buttons trimmed the
front and ahe wore a corsage of
matching lac* hat with touches
of pink nat at trimming.
Mrs. OIU. methtr of the groom
wore an embossed rose crepe din-
ner dress with which ahe used
white accessories and a white
rosebud corsage.
Tha bride's flve-tlerad cake
centered an individual table. It
was encircled with flowsrettes of
hydrangeas, pink carnations and
white dahlias. A miniature bride,
and groom topped the cake. It
was served by Mrs. DeWltt Myers.
The buffet table held a central
arrangement of the same flow-
ers in a crystal bowl, flanked by
white tapers in silver holders.
Miss Stella Gilbert was in charge
of the bride's book.
Later in the evening the bride
and groom crossed to the Pacific
side, where they registered at the
Hotel Tivoll. They will sail on a
Bafbar linar on September 7th for
Santa Monica, California, where
they plan to reside.
Mrs. Gill is a graduate of the
Cristobal High School In the class
of 1848. She was employed by the
U. 8. Army Engineers at Fort Da-
vis and recently resigned her po-
sition with i.A.G.S. in Balboa.
Mr. Qlll graduated from Cris-
tobal High School in 1043. He
served fo rfour years in the Unit-
ed States Navy, serving in the
Pacific and European theaters.
After being discharged he at-
tended the Canal Zone Junior
College, graduating in 1048. He
then attended Denver University
and received his B.S- degree in
accounting in 1950. He has re-
signed his position with the Fi-
nance Bureau at Balboa Heights.
Informal Taa
Miss Florence Lamson and Miss
Elsie Halllwell were co-hostesses
for an informal tea at their
quarters on Washington Drive,
Thursday afternoon. Their guests
Included a group of teachers
from the Pacific side.
Reverend and Mrs. Cooksen
Return From Vacation
Reverend and Mrs. Milton A.
Cookson returned Friday evening
from a vacation spent in El Va-
lle, where they were the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Wells Wright.
Reverend Cookson will conduct
the regular services at the Amer-
ican Episcopal Church of Our
Saviour, tomorrow.
Announcement of Interest
Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Mitchum, of
Charleston. S. C, announce the
birth of a daughter on August 25.
Mrs. Mitchum is the former Miss
Ann Williams, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. W. D. Williams of Mar-
garita.
Major and Mrs. Hamon
Honored on Wedding Anniversary
Major and Mrs. E. L. Hamon, of
the Coco Solo Naval Station, were
honored with a dinner party giv-
en by Commander and Mrs. J. W.
Schwartz at their home Friday
evening. The eighth wedding an-
niversary of the honorees was
celebrated at this time.
The other guests were: Com-
mander and Mrs. Mason Morris
and Lieutenant Commander and
Mrs. P. L. Balay.
Ladies' Club Raffle
The Fort Gullck Ladles Club
held a charity raffle of two $25.00
pink rosebuds. She wore a small government bonds at the Officers
m* ft a fin* spray of
ODO-RO-NO
Club on the Post Thursday eve-
ning. The winners of the bonds
were Master Steve Livingston ot
Fort Gullck and Mrs. Luclen
Skeels of Cristobal.
Luncheon at Coco Solo
Mrs. L. B. Jennings entertain-
ed with the first of a series of
luncheons at her home on the
Coco Solo Naval Station Friday.
Unusual decorations of multi-
colored hibiscus and Colombian
birds made from Balso wood were
used In the general decorations
and to center the individual lun-
cheon tablea.
The guests were: Mrs. Mark
Loy, Mrs. H. J. Thornton, Mrs.
Chester Lucas and her mother,
Mrs. Phoebe Kelly, Mrs. Roy Niel-,
sen and her mother, Mrs. Earl'
Foster, Mrs. W. E. Sands, Mrs.
George Elll, Mrs. F. c. Roepke,
Mrs. A. P. Rollins and Mrs. Fred
Wroble.
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Where 109.000 PeopK Meet
Presents
Today, Saturday, Sept. 1
3:30McLean's Program
3:45Musical Interlude
4:00Let's Dance
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Quest Star
6:15Masterworks from France
(RDF)
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00Oay Paris Music Hall
(RDF)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:15Opera Concert (VOA)
8:45Battle Report
9:00Radio University (VOA)
9:15Stamp Club tVOAi
9:30Radio Amateur Program
(VOA)
9:45Sports and Tune of Day
(VOA)
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:30The HOG Hit Parade
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.Sign Off
Tomorrow, Sunday, Sept. X
A.M.
8:00Sign On Musical Inter-
lude ,
8:15Newsreel U.S.A. (VOA)
8:30Hymns of All Churches
9:00BIBLE AUDITORIUM OF
THE AIR
9:15 Good Neighbors
9:30London Studio Concerts
(BBC)
10:00In the tempo of Jaza
10:30Your American Muela
11:00National Lottery tsmoot
and Paredes)
11:15The Sacred Heart Pro-
gram
11:30Meet the Band
12:00invitation to Learning
(VOA)
12:30Salt Lake Tabernacle
Cholr
1:00The Jo Stafford Show
1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
2:00Opera and Symphony
Hour
4:30What's Yow Favorite
6:00The Half Century (BBC)
7:00American Round table
7:30Story of the Christian
Church (BBC)
7:45Radio Varieties U.S.A.
8:00Sports Roundup and News
(VOA)
8:15Report from Congress
(VOA)
8:30Almanac from America
(VOA)
9:00United Nations Review
(VOA)
9:30The Blng Crosby Show
(VOA)
10:00American 8ymphony
11:00Siga Off
NZ-ustralia-US Sign
Pacific Treaty Today
Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcasting
Corp.
RDFRadlodlffuslon Francaise
Stops Perspiration Instantly
NEW! SENSATIONAL!-Od-rt,
Deodorant... in th. hi as pliable.
pl.itc bnl. Jntt (Met* it ...and
Ml cumei fine ,pnj ef ,fce ,,,
ott effecliTt dendnrani.
rMT Perspiration odor r.ni.hr
itiit.nT. 24 hour protecties!
Slop, perspiration safely.
Wl Doe. not irritate normal .kin
or barm oor clothing. (.:
be u.ed daily.
ECM0MICH Ear* bottle ront.ia.
hundred, of .pray.. Lonf-latUag
and effective !
SRVMIOiT The new. blar plastic
bottle won"! break... n't leak.
Device To Spare Teeth
From Bits of MetP.ls
CAMDEN. N. J.. Sept. 1.
(UP. A detection outfit has
been developed by the Radio
Corporation of America for the
location of pieces of metal where
metal shouldn't be.
The device, according to RCA,
can be used in the meat, bakery
products, candy, plastics, paper,
rubber tobacco textiles and ex-
plosives Indus: rles.
The detectors will indicate the
presence of tiny particles of met-
als or alloys, whether magnetic
or non-magnetic and regardless
of their depth in the material.
Pepto-
Bismol
far cMUrtn mm wH m
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 1
(UP)The United States. Aus-
tralia and New Zealand will
sign a security treaty here to-
day designed to anchor the
southern end of the demo-
cracies' Pacific defense line.
It waa the price Australia and
New Zealand demandad far pa-r
ticlpatlon in the peace treaty
with Japan which will be signed
here next weel unless Russia
torpedoes the conference which
opens Tuesday.
Japan itself ia expected to
Join the Pacific defense organ-
ization some time after Its re-
turn to the family ot nations,
although Australian Ambassa-
dor Percy Spender said his gov-
ernment st)ll has reservations
concerning Japanese rearma-
ment.
Under the peace treaty, Japan
will regain the right to arm
itself, although its poatwar
constitution now prohibits arm-
ing.
Delegations from some of the
61 nations which have accepted
invitations to the peace con-
ference already have arrived.
The 40-man Russian delega-
tion, headed by Deputy Foreign
Minister Andrei Gromyko ar-
rives by train this afternoon.
The main body of the Japan-
ese delegation headed bv Pre-
mier Shlgeru Yoshida arrives
by air tomorrow morning.
Most of the delegations will
be housed In San Francisco
hotels, but the Russians yester-
day rented a 38-room mansion
In suburban Hillsborottgh where
their reluctant neighbors will
be some of the bay area's
wealthiest families.
Secretary of State Dean Ache-
son said the peace conference
will show which nations do not
want peace and predicted that
a vast majority ot the 51 na-
tions attenting will sign, but he
did not mention Russia, Poland
and Czechoslovakia, all of which
will attend.
The U. S.-Australian-New
Zealand treaty will be signed
at the Presidio, the huge Army
post near the Golden Gate
which Russian trappers reach-
ed from the north m the 18th
century even before American
explorers reached the Pacific.
The tripartite pact recognizes
"that an armed attack in the
Pacific would be dangerous to
the peace and safety" ot each
of the signatories.
For purposes of the treaty, an
armed attack "la deemed to in-
clude an armed attapk on me-
tropolitan territory of any ot
the parties or Island territories
under its jurisdiction in the
Pacific or On Its armed forces,
public vessels or aircraft In the
Pacific."
Thus. Australia nd New Zea-
land would be repaired to to to
the aid ot Japan in event of an
enemy attack there since Amer-
ican troops Will be itatloned in
Japan under terms of a sepa-
rate u. S -Japanese agreement
to be signed *t\er trie peace
conference.
Tha U. S.-Auatrallan-Neu
Zealand treaty 'hall remain
in force indefinitely," althouth
any member may withdraw
upon one year's notice.
It does not affect tha rights
and obligations of tha thaae
nations to the United Nations
and requires that any measures
taken under It to resist armed
attack shall be reported im-
mediately to the Security Coun-
cil and shall be terminated
when the Security Council takes
action.
Tha treaty is the second In
establishment of a Pacific de-
fense organisation.
The first was signed with the
Philippines last week in Wash-
ington and President Truman
called It a "strong step toward
security and peace In the Paci-
fic."
Army Librarian
On 2-Week Tour
Entertained Here
Miss Agnes Crawford, Chief of
the Library Section, Department
of the Army, who is Panama, for
two weeks in connection with the
expansion of the USARCARIB
Library Service, was guest of
honor at a luncheon given by
Mrs. Hallle Moran, USARCARIB
Staff Librarian, at the Army and
Navy Club, recently.
Table decorations and the
menu carried out a tropical
theme.
Guests Included all Army li-
brarians and Library assistants
within the Panam Area as fol-
lows": Mrs. Evelyn Branstettor,
Mrs. Elizabeth Maxwell, Mrs. Pa-
tricia Burset. Miss Carolyn Rock-
well. Mrs. Jane Btorte. Mrs. Hilda
Mashburn. Mrs. Edith Kelly and
Mrs. Lillian Darden.
... Jt I tier.
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The Borden System
of Quality Cootiol
proieit. KLIM milk
through every uage of produc-
tionfrom dairy to your home.
Rigid supervision of cow. aod
Ilk
ailking equipment, icitntifio
procetsing and paiking, and
continuous laboratory aoalyaei
for purity; all safeguard the
superior quality aad baalthfui-
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Canal Transit
For Old Timtri
Sel For Monday
Plant are progressing lor the
Labor Day Excursion trip
through the Canal on the ferry-
boat Presidente Porras Monday,
for the local rate "Old-Timers,"
both active and retired of the
Panama Canal Company and the
Canal Zone Government.
On a schedule Issued with each
ticket, the Governor-President
nd hit staff have wished the Old
lmers a pleasant trip and en-
joyable holiday. Lectura on the
construction period will be given
aboard the vessel by Fred de V.
ill, retired chief admeasurer of
the Canal. A physician will be
aboard in ease of emergency.
Tha officers of the Govern-
ment and Civic Bmployes Or-
ganising Commlttee-CIO who
collaborated in arranging the
trip are alto sending felicitations
to the transiting group. Certifi-
cates Will be ssjued on board
through the courtesy ot the Star
and nerald.
Tht Community Services Bu-
reau. Dredging Division Adminis-
trative Staff. Railroad and Ter-
minals Bureau and merchants
from the Republic of Panama,
includes: Swift and Co.. the Co-
ca-Cola Bottling Co., West Indian
Bodega. Royal Crown Bottling
Co., Pan Amaricen Orange
Crush, C. O. Mason. 8.A., North
American Tobacco Inc., Paul's
Market, Cafe Dura.i, Nestle's
Products. National Distillers, S.
A., Cervecera Nacional, 8.A..
Azucarera Nacional, 8.A.. Taga-
ropulot. S.A.. and The People's
Bakery, have contributed to-
wards the success of the trip.
The schedule follows:
Pacific Group:
City
Station.
Leave Panama
8:15 a.m.
Leave Balboa Heights Station.
9:20 a.m.
Arrive Pedro Miguel Station,
0:30 am
Porras departs Pedro Miguel.
9:49 a.m.
Porras arrives Gatun.2:45 p.m.
Visit Gatun Locks. 3:00 p.m.
Depart Gatun Locks, 4:00 p.m.
Leave Gatun station, 4:45 p.m.
Arrive Pedro Miguel Station.
5:34 p.m.
Arrive Balboa Heights station.
8:90 p.m.
Arrive Panama City Station,
5:55 p.m.
Atlantic Group:
Leave Colon Station. 7:00 a.m.
Leave Mount Hope Station.
7:09 a.m.
Arrive Pedro Miguel Station,
8:04 am.
(Trip through Lake and oa-
tun Locks, as above)
Leave Gatun Station, 5:48 p.m.
Arrive Mount Hope Station,
8:00 p.m.
Arrive Colon 8tation. 8:05 p.m.
METEORITE MYSTERY Canadian scientists in Ontario
Province are investigating what may be a meteoric crater
bigger than the famous Arizona one and nearly as massive
as the giant hole known as Chubb crater blasted in Quebec's
Ungava district by a prehistoric meteor. A chance aerial
picture taken by a photographer for the Dominion's Oeolo-
glcal Survey disclosed the huge "dimple" on Mother Earth's
face. The depression is about one and three-quarters miles
across. The Art/ena crater is three-quarters of a mile in dia-
meter and the Chubb crater is more than two miles wide. A
Joint expedition of the National Geographic Society and the
Ro>al Ontario Museum Is on Its wav to barren Ungava to
explore the Chubb crater which is estimated at from 3000 to
15.000 vears old.
One Glass of Beer Costs
Disorderly Customer $60
ST. LOUIS. 8ept. 1. (UP.)
__ The beer Lawrence Lang-
eneckert had at a comer tavern
cost him $80 because it wasn't
his in the first place.
Mabel Hill, operator of the
tavern, told the Judge that
Langeneckert came into her tav-
ern and refused to leave when
she ordered him out.
Then, she said, he grabbed a
glass of beer from a customer
and drank it. That's when she
called police.
The formal charges were peace
Rockwell Glee Club
Presents Program
On Atlantic Side
ORI8TOBAL. Sept. 1 The
mens fellowsnip of the Cristobal
Union Church was entertained
this week by the Rockwell Glee
Club. Under the direction of
Augusts Trym, the glee club pre-
sented a well-balanced program
of classical, semi-classical, re-
ligious, and spiritual selections.
The program opened with the
'Toreador's Song." Perclval Grif-
fith sang "Bless This House" and
"Thine Alone." The glee club fol-
lowed with "The Pilgrims
Chorus"; then Miss Adella Rich-
ards sang "I Feel Like A Mother-
less Child" and "Summertime."
The final number before the In-
termission was a medley, "Safe
In The Harbor."
Lloyd Edwards carried on the
second half of the program with
two numbers: "Come Back To
Sorrento" and "Road To Man-
dalay." The glee club the pre-
sented a group of spirituals:
"Everytlme I Fee! The Spirit." "I
Got Shoes." and "Dry Bones."
Miss Adella Richards then sang
a beautiful solo "Ah Forse Le
Heurtematte School
Of Ballet Announces
Cristobal Classes
The Gladys Heur t e m a 11 a
School of Ballet Is reopening Its
classes for residents of Colon
and Cristobal for the new 1951-
1952 term. The Heurtematte
School is associated with tha
Washington School of Ballet.
Classes In Spanish dancintr,
ballet and acrobatics will be con-
ducted Wednesday afternoons
and Saturday mornings at the
Inter-American Womens' Club
Building on 5th St. and Melen-
dez Avenue where registration
will be held on Sept. l, 4 and 7.
Further details and particulars
may be obtained by calling Colon
207 any day during the week.
Lonely Lookout Guards
Lake Erie Gun Tests
LACARNE. O.. Sept. 1. (U.P.)
George Howton has the kind
of Job that requires patience
and a liking for solitude.
He is control tower operator
at the Erie ordnance depot here.
His Job is to be certain that there
are no boats or airplanes on. or
, ho i ver, this section of Lake Erie
Che LAnima, followed by the" ,. .. heinir
.K.,i ,, .(ruling -'Oranorta wnen me Dig guns are oeing
whole group singing "Granada.
As a final number the glee club
sang "The Hallelujah Chorus,"
Fox Heads Lions
MEMPHIS. Tenn. Sept. 1.
(U.P." Jese Fox is president
disturbance and resisting arrest, of East Memphis Lions Club.
tested.
Howton spends his eight hours,
surrounded by radio equipment.
Deerlng over the expanse of the
lake which he must keep clear.
When there are not tests in prog'-
rees. Howton occupies himself In
fixing up his 10-by-10 foot look-
out tower 100 feet In the air.
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mounting.
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PAY AS LITTLE AS
$5.00 A MONTH
$45.-
Chelea el aar birtkatona
aal in 10* geld with two
id diamonds
SQ.50 up
Choice ol hand-engraved
wide wedding bands lor
brides or grooass.

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1951
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Na U Waal 121k Street.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN
No. S7 "H" Street -Panam
Na II 17 Central Ava.l'ala.
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Minimum for
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a
rOR SALE
Household
TOR SALE: 25 Cycle Refrigerator
Frigidaire. price $75.00. House
''M97-A. New Cristobal. Phone Cris-
tobal 1846.
FOR SALE: New home electric
portable sewing machine. Excellent
condition. Amador Rood. Plonk St.
. 0834. Telephone Balboo 2-3485.
FOR SALE:Mahogany 'livingroom
set. 2 end tables. 2 wool rugs, 1
' coffee table. $200.00. 25 cycle
Norge refrigerator. $50. 1940
Ford Ciupe. Good transportation.
$150.00. 1574-B, Govilon St..
Balboo. C. Z.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1947 Buick Super Se-
danette. See Cdr. Carpenter at
Joint Weather Unit Albrook.
Phone office 2237, home 7108.
MISCELLANEOUS
0e ton hav. a drinkinf prablem?
Writ* Alcohlica Aneriymens
Boa 2031 Aneen. C. Z.
FOR SALE:1949 FORD in sp'end.d
condition, with radio, clock, r.ylon
seat covers and 4 extra tires, $1.-
100.00. Hanard, telephone Bal-
boo 3430. 769 Son Pablo Street.
FOR SALE:1949 Cadilloc convert-
puncture proof tubes, radio, heater,
defroster. Twin spotlights rear win-
dow, -.oore set Generol W/W tires.
$2.995.00. Call Coco Solo 380 or
write Box 282, Coco Solo.
t'ou hove heord of the Boston Bar.
New is the time to drop in. George,
originally at El Roncho, is there
to give you the best of service.
Drinks ot half-price Monday ond
Thursday from 5 p. m. to 7 p.
m. Welcome to Army, Navy and
Air Force personnel.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Piono. Apjex washing
machine, kitchen cabinet ond table.
radio bar, large desk, small desk,
J' .small chest of drowers. other house-
>-hoJd articles. Phone 2-1604, 0313
Coble Hgts.
FOR
SALE:Mahogany China closet.
4x7, cathcdrol doors, 5 shelves:
$135.00. Venetion blinds. 6 large
ond 6 small: $100.00. Full length
jnirror, mahogany frame, $10.00.
finger portable electric. machine.
535. Hazzard, telephone Balboa
9430, 769 Son Poblo Street.
fOrTSALE:60 Cycle G. E. washing
. machine. $50.00. Call Navy 3153
or415, Locona Bldg. D-21. Apt.
Ar C.
< Coll on all Atlantic and Pacific
aiders! Repoir and renew your old
' *r now Rattan bamboo furniture ot
"low cost, free ostimotes .factory
'. method. Also assorted bamboo
i slant holders and limp shades, dif-
Jporent styles, sizes. Taller "LUM
li Heavy," front of Balboa Beer
f J Garden, diagonal Lucky Strike.
"'.Juon B. Soso No. 22. Tel. 2-1112.
in Panama.
iihi
If
TO* SALEHousehold effects, bom-
'i-boo-mohogony dining tet. stov.
* \ boby furniture, Colombia St. No.
if.3L Apt. 11. Phone Panamo 3-
2 FOR SALE:1949 De Luxe Tudor
Chevrolet. Excellent condition, $1,
350.00. Con orrange financing.
Cristobal 3-1319.
FOR SALE:Oldsmobile 2-door se-
dan. 1939. tires and car in very
good conditicei, duty poid. $200-
00. Coll Cristobol 3-1571.
FOR SALE:1939 GMC Ponel truck
worth your while to see it. 5448-
B. Diablo.
FOR SALE:1951 Mercury 4 Doo
Sedon, undercooted. 3.500 miles.
Tel. 83-7203. 2119-A. Cu-
rundu.
FOR SALE: HOT-ROD just com-
pleted, ready for road. Telephone
Panama 3-0728 3-0025.
FOR SALf:1947 Chevrolet Tudor,
new 6 ply tires. 27.000 miles. Te-
lephone 2-3775. Balboa.
FOR SALE:One 1940 Plymouth 2
Door Sedan. $325.00. Apply P. O.
Box 3090. Ancon.
FOR SALI:Must sacrifico. Oldsmo-
milo 91, 1949 model, convertible,
racket enjine. now WSW tires,
teat, enjine and paint in perfect
eendirion, Hydramatic drive, can
a financed, make ma an offer
phone Balboa 3535 Panama. 3-
1025.
.FOR SALE:25 cycle refrigerator.
''* practically new. Will socrifice.
J I.'Must sell today. House 1419-D.
I'Balboa, between 4-8 p. m. Phone
[2-1214. otherwise call 2-2688.
SALE:25 cycle washing -ma-
\ 'chine in very good condition. $50.
' House 724-B, Cocoli. C. Z. Tele-
; hone 4-123. _____________
TO WALEr 9 Ft. all porcelain.
Norge refrigerator! Good condition
.-Te* Balboo 2-3156.
FOR..SALE:6 cu. ft. deep freeze
\Z '69 cycle $175.00. Chippendole
so'f $150.00. Bend Bock choir.
'$5.00. Overstuffed choir ond ot-
laeiWfllan. $35.00. two end tobies
;>th glass covers 1560*0, ch.l-
MtfTs sliding board $15.00. Con-
"* sob) Rodio-Phonograph. 60 cycle
'.Z 145 RPM) with 130 records $250.
P G, boby scales. $3.00. baby swing
I 33.00. small baby bed with plas-
I ? covered mattress $10.00. light
Hll boby carriage $5.00. 86-
Z 2186.
FOR SALE:1948 Chevrolet 5 pas-
senger coupe. Cor in perfect
shape. To be seen at Tarpoon
Club, Gotun, C. Z.
WANTED
Automobile*
WANTED- Good used light cor.
State price, particulars ond condi-
tion. Write Box 143. Balboa.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:Telephone Bolboa 2870
for cute half Persidn kittens. Free.
WANTED:Europeon family of 4
wonts to rent spocious 3 bedroom
chalet with maid's quarters, etc.
Write to Aportado 1833 Panama.
PFRONALS
FOR SALE:Coldspot refrigerator, 7
. cu. ft. Price $40 00. Can be seen
-at 827-B Empire Sfreet. Bolboa.
LESSONS
'"--------------------------------------------
Loam ballroom dancing at its bast
^Professional Instructors. Balboa "Y
.T Harriett-Dunn.
sVodern and Popular piano playing
J taught, ropidly. by Rupert Bennett,
m authorized teocher of the Christen-
! sen School, California. Telephone
,12-1282. _____________________
Kansas City Rivals Unite
In Meeting; Flood Crisis
KAN8AS CITY. Mo.. Sept. 1
JJ.P. i Business men here have
bund out that when times are
(iuahest competition Isn't.
After the waters of the nation's
Rost devastating flood had re-
ded, many a business man ot-
tered services and facilities to
is washed-out competitors.
^One truck line owner lent Its
ten ftnd trucks to two rival lines
B1 help them evacuate records
)M)d equipment. Two furniture
Ealers worked side by side to
tt?P less fortunate merchant
.love his merchandise to a hlgh-
'fX iioor.
5. One newspaper let Its rival use
tat presses and paper to net back
Mto production while the flooded
ifljant was fixed up.
Theodore Holl, formerly cook of To-
cumen Restouront, please Tel. 2-
3404 from 9-12 m.
FOR SALE
Motorcycle*
FOR SALE: Indian vert.col twin,
excellent condition. House 171-B,
Pedro Miguel, 4-567.
FOR SALE:Medium English motor-
cycle, new tires, only 7.000 miles.
Dependable transportation. Phone
4-323.
Imported
"Canned Hams
PEK
DREWS
KRAKVS &
ITALA1STA BRAISD
arc offered by
ITACAROPULOS
COMMISSARY
Phone 1000 Coln
SOME DELIVERY
'Y' Spanish Class
New Terms Set
To Open Tuesday
The new Fall term of Spanish
Classes at the Balboa YMCA is
scheduled to open on next Tues-
day. These closes are offered in
Beginners. Intermediate and
Conversational Spanish under
the direction oi Mrs. Maria del
Pilar Vega, who has become well
known for her skill in this sub-
ject.
Those inteiested in Beginners
Spanish may choose between a
morning or evening class. The
morning class on Mondays and
Thursdays meets at 9 a.m. to
10 a.m. The evening class is at
8 to 7 p.m. on Mondays and Wed-
nesdays.
A class for Intermediates is
scheduled on Mondays and
Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 1,1 a.m.
and an evening class also will
meet from 5 to 6 p.m. or Mon-
days and Wednesdays.
Reading. Composition and Con-
versation wi'l be taught in an
Advanced class which will meet
from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Mon-
days and Wednesdays each week.
Enrollment in these classes will
be limited and advanced regis-
tration is important. Registra-
tion can be made immediately
at the YMCA Information Desk
For further in formation call
Balboa 2750 or 283.
PHOTOGRAPHERS opportunity to
take photos of native hut under
construction beside EL HALCN
Photo Shop ot entrance to Hotel El
Ponami.
FOR SALE:Electric train. 25 cycle,
with considerable extra equipment.
House 1505-B Akee Sfreet, Bul-
boo. Phone 2-2378.
FOR SALE Doberman pinschers
black-reds. Cristobal 3-1284.
MOTHERS, for children's wear
Infants to 4 years visit BABV-
LANDIA No. 40. 44th Street,
Bella Vista, Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE2 Dochshund mafe'^pe-
digreed puppies, livingroom set.
class A condition. Tel. 3-4086,
Panama.
RESORTS
SPiND YOU LABOR DAY WIK-
END IN BEAUTIFUL IL VALLE
at the HOTEL PAN-AMERICANO.
Special frates Rooms $2.00 par
pe'-.on. Meals a la Carte. Reserva-
tions Tel. Pon: 2-1112.
FOR SALE: Child'* mahogany
wardrobe, book coses. Rottan toble,
chairs, work bench, cupboards.
365-A France Field. Phone 37-8-
873-1.
FOR SALE:8 inch Grculor Saw.
3-4 H. P. motor, Jomter-Ploner,"
1-4 H..P. motor. 36 inch Center
Jig-Saw 1-4, H. P. motor. All 25
cycle motors. House 284, Culebra
Road, Ancon.
FOR SALE:Twa now carpets, siiat
6 ft. x 4 1-2 ft. and 3 ft. x S ft.
aval shaped colonial design. Ta
tee them come to houM Na. 26.
50th street East. Phone Panama
3-0763 or 2-0027.
FOR SALE:8J 3 Transmitter Phone
and CW. All-bands VFO & XTAL.
Phone Balboa 1234. House 1477-
D.
FOR SALE-Brand new girl's winter
clothes. 6 years old. Tel. Curundu
P. A. D 5116.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: Motor boot. 20 foot,
overol I equipped for fishing, new
condition. 465 Balboa Yacht Club.
Inquire 752-C. Balboa Road.
FOR SALE:17 Ft. ."Moose" JohrT-
son 5 H. P. motor with clutch.
Contact Bill Brooks at Tarpon or
Elks Club.
FOR SALE:Johnson Seohorse out-
board motor 9.6 H. P. Surf Boot.
Telephone Panama 3-0427.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:2 lot ond concrete cot-
tage. Airplane road, Santa Clara.
Call Bolboa 2830 or sec Dr. Grant,
week end. Santa Clara.
FOR SALE:Lot in El Coco 1072 S.
M. Phone 3-0427 Ponomi.
Position Offered
WANTED:Young Van or womon
with 2 to 3 vears experience in
office work. Write giving age. ex-
perience etc. Enclose small photo-
graph. Address Apartodo 155, Po-
nami.
UNHAPPY BIRTHDAYBam-
boo, the Philadelphia. Pa,zoo's
gorilla, celebrates his 25th
birthday and doesnt seem very
happy about it. Maybe it's be-
cause he's the oldest gorilla in
captivity.
CASINO SANTA CLARA
Panama's Most Popular Residential
ond Recreational Suburbian Develop-
ment. Building Lots at Reasonable
Prices. Overnight cabins at $2.00
person. A la Carta Restaurant, 7 to
II P. M.
Gramiich'i Sonta Claro beach-
cottages. Electric lea boxes, oat
stoves, moderte rates Phono 6-
541 c* 4-567 '
FOSTER: Cottages for' rent by
day, week or month between Santa
Cloro and Rio Hoto. Tel. 2-3142
or see core toker.
Phillips. Beach cottages Santa Clara.
Box 435. Bolboa. Phone Ponoma
3-1877. Cristbal 3-1673.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Chalet. Also two and
three bedroom apartments. Tele-
phone 485 or 334 Colon.
FOR SALE:New cholet, completely
furnished. Three bedrooms, living,
diningroom, bar. All modern con-
veniences. 2 acres titled .' land.
Very reasonably priced. Tel. 3->
1807 from 12:00.noon on. Or
caretaker of premises.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished-unfurnished apart
ment. Contoct office No. 8061. 10th
St. New Cristbal. Phone ,1386. Co-
lon.
FOR RENT:Furnished apartment,
ideal for couple or small fomily.
Beautiful surroundings. Everything
you need. Poitilla Airport. Road
No. 121.
FOR RENT: Furnished oporfment
"La Joya" building, adjacent 4th
of July Ave. Option to apartment,
by furniture. Tl. 2-4360, Pan-
ama.
FOR RENT:3 bedroom 'apartment,
livingroom, diningroom, 3 bath-
rooms, maid's room, garage. Like
new. "Cangrejo" Settlement. Tel.
2-1456, Panama.
FOR RENT:Smoll opartment with
private kitchen and bath, first
cholet facing Juan Franco. House
No. 161.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished clean
room, board available. Bella Vista
46th Sfreet 18-A. apartment 3.
Phone office hours 2-1693 or 3-
1789.
Lody living alone will rent cool room
to lady. furnished. $40, unfur-
nished $30. In modern aportment.
Compo Alagre. Coll 3-4848.
FOR RENT
Mi-crllaneons
FOR LEASE in Colon air cenaitienea
manager'! frica and approxi-
mately 250 Mjitaro matara of
aaneral office with lira proef
afaty stare-reams including (tool
racks. Call Panama 3-3221 or Co-
lon 919 between the hours of I .
m. to 4 p. m.
FOR RENT:Office or. store spqce
19 x 20 feet, beside FOTO EL
HALCN at entronco to Hotel El
Panama. Owner on premises. Tel.
3-1179.
British Plane Can
Hold 600 MPH Flight
For Atom Bombing
LONDON. 8ept. 1 fUP)
British aii raft designers claim
to have built and llown success-
fully the fastest bomber in the
world.

The plane Is the four-jet
Vickers-built Valiant, reportedly
capable of dropping atomic
bombs while flying at 600 mph.
The Valiant has a prfrm-
ance well in excess of the small-
er twin-jet Canberra light
bomber, which yesterday flew
the Atlantic non-stop from Ire-
land to Newfoundland in four
hours 19 minutes.
US Asks Egypt
To Lift Blockade
On Israeli Cargo
FLUSHING. New York. 8ept.
1 UPi The United- Nation
Security Council today called
o' Et*vot t* lift the blockade
of Israel-bound shlomenU
through the Suez Canal.
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
IF YOU THINK PRICES
Are High In Panam
GET A LOAD OF THIS
advertliement we received la
a foreign trade Journal:
CHLORDANE
. CONCENTRATE
NOW IN ONE OUNCTt BOTTLIS.
Thl remarkable Chlordane Concen*
Irate mixed with a full quart of
water makes a very effecUve 2%
iniac! spray. Retailing at SI.00 lhaae
one ounce bottle are now available
to dealers at only ii.OO PER DOZ.
WE PAY ALL SHIPPING CHARGES
(name of Company deleted in pity
OUR HETAIL PRICE
for a 5'* ounce bottle
That Makes ONB GALLON
85c.
(sorry, we don't pay hipping
charges)
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
171 Central Ave. Tel. 3-tUt
Insurance Officials
Indicted For Bribery
By Georgia Jury
ATLANTA. Ga.. Sept. 1 (UP)
The Fulton County grand jury
today inilioted two officials of
the Bankers Ufe and Casualty
Co. of Chicago on charges of
bribing a clerk in the 8tate In-
surance Department.
Those named Were C. F.
Brusnlghan, Identified as first
vice-president of the firm mt
its Chicago headquarters, and
James A. Ross, the insurance
company's agent here.
They Were accused of paying
Mrs. Jenny Falks Salomon, re-
cord clerk and stenographer in
the state insurance office, $500
on Aug. 33 and offering her a
lifetime iob at $335 a month for
delivery of confidential re-
cords.
Solicitor Gen. Paul Webb said
that Mrs. Salomon "acceded to
the request... for the sole pur-
ixwe of obtaining necessary
evidence for prosecution...and
is due to be commended."
The Bankers Life firm al-
ready had lost its license to
operate in' Georgia. State In-
surance Commissioner Zach
Gravey refused to renew it on
the grounds that the company
had failed to furnish required
reports of claims paid and other
data.
According to the Indictment,
the bribe offer was made in an
effort to get Mrs. Salomon to
turn over copies of correspon-
dence from Gravey to other
State insurance commissioners
relating to the firm.
Bribery in Georgia Is a felony
punishable by imprisonment up
to 20 years.
Boy Prefers Death .
To Being A Mute
SYRACUSE, N. Y.. Sept. 1.
(UP.) A 15-year-old Syracuse
boy prefers death to living with-
out being able to talk.
In a court procee'dlng. the boy
was allowed to withdraw the re-
maining $100 from his bank ac-
count to be used, attorneys said,
as he sees fit for the six months
to a year doctors give him to
Uve.
The boy, whose name was not
revealed, Is suffering from a
malignant tumor of the jaw.
Doctors in New York City told
him an operation would extend
his life for a short time but
would leave him speechless.
The choice was left to the boy,
Who said he would prefer talk-
ing with his friends and family
during his remaining days and
leading a normal life as long as
possible.
CZ DISPENSARIES
ON WAY OUT;
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proper diagnosis and treatment
than at the time the clinics were
established. The present clinic
buildings could not accommo-
date this additional equipment
even if it were economical to
provide It.
The more extensive medical
facilities available at the hospi-
tals are now easily accessible to
residents In smaller communities
who formerly would have found
it difficult If not impossible to
travel to another community for
medical treatment.
The Canal belleevs that the
consolidation of the clinics at
Gorgas Hospital will result in
considerable improvement in me-
dical services although they may
r.ot be as convenient as at pres-
ent. .______im*
LSU Registration
Starts Tuesday
On Army Posts
Registration for the first full
scale term of the Louisiana State
University Caribbean Program
will be held on Isthmian milita-
ry posts from Sept. 4 through
Sept. 10. Classes will begin Sept.
17.
Military personnel, their de-
pendents, civilian employes of
the Armed Forces and their de-
pendents are to enroll at the
most convenient post. As the
LSU Program was designed to
benefit the military, members of
the Army. Navy and Air Force
will be given preference during
enrollment, with civilians being
accepted on a strict "space avail-
able" basis.
College level courses will be of-
fered In the following subject
matter: chemistry, English, his-
tory, mathematics, sociology,
Spanish. French, speech, business
administration and economics.
Students enrolling in these
courses will receive "on-campus"
credit, equal to that received by
a person enrolled on the campus
In Louisiana.
Prospective enrollees must
have transcripts from high
school, college or USAFI. and if a
member of the Armed Forces, a
statement of military service, be-
fore- official credit for courses
can be granted.
Schedule for registration is as
follows: Fort Clayton, Sept. 4
from 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Ed-
ucation Center: Albrook Air
Force Base. Sept. 5 from 2:00 to
6:00 p.m. at the Airmen's Club;
Fort Kobbe. Sept. 9 from 1:00 to
8:00 p.m. at the Education Cen-
ter; Fort Guile* Sept. 7 from
1:00 to 8:00 p.m. at the Education
Center; Quarry Heights. Sept. 10
from 8:80 to 10:30 a.m. at the Old
Communications Office; Fort
Amador. Sept. 10 from 2:00 to
8:00 p.m. In the Examining and
Computing Classroom. Building
3.
Employes of the Panama Canal
Company and of the Panama
Canal Government who are U.S.
citizens may register at the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College. Room
303, 8ept. 13 from 3:M to'6:00
p.m.
Senior PC Employe
Harold A. Shafer
Retired Yesterday
Harold % Shafer, who Join-
ed the Canal organization
earlier than any employe now
in service, retired Friday as
crane operator at the Cristo-
bal Storehouse.
He started to work as a mes-
senger August 10, 1806. only
about two months after the
Senate approved the construc-
tion of a lock type canal
across the Isthmus of Pan-
ama as recommended by the
Isthmian Canal Commission.
After that decision, the dig-
ging really got underway on a
big scale for1 the first time
during 1908. the first year of
Mr. Shafer's employment.
His service with the Isth-
mian Canal Commission, The
Panama Canal, and the new
Panama Canal Company, to-
tals 35 years, 11 months .and
seven days.
Mr. and Mrs. Shafer plan to
leave September 14th' on the
S. S. Panama, and will live in
San Diego. California.
Shafer was born In Bay St
Louis. Mississippi.
He has served as machinist,
bollermaker, steam engineer,
locomotive craneman. and
foreman in the Mechanical,
Commissary, and Building Di-
visions during his service with
the Canal. __^
Cornell Grads
Plan Dinner
For Professors
The alumni in Panama of
Cornell University will give a
dinner Tuesdav in honor of Pro-
fessors T. D. Lewis and H. M.
Grlfft at El Panama Hotel.
The profsesors are in Pana-
ma on a special mission with
the Engineering Office of the
Canal Zone and will leave soon
to conduct courses t Cornell in
Ithaca, New York.
The dinner yas planned by
engineer Juan B. McKay who
may still be contacted by those
desinring to attend.
Adirondack* At War
With Black Fly Pest
ALBANY, N. Y.. Sept. 1. (UJ.)
Hunters are out In the central
Adirondack region for game
that you can't knock down with
a bullet.
The troublesome black fly Is
being blasted with DDT
throughout the area by creaws
paid for by resort owners. Since
black fly control was started sev-
eral years ago. resort proprietors
have been able to add almost
two months to the profitable
vacation season.
The annual war against the
black fly started this year b?
aerial bombardment with DDT
of a 100-mlle remote wilderness
area.
SPECIAL SERVICK
MOSCOW, Ida. (.P.1 Ida-
ho plans to set up special rooms
throughout the state'! schools
for handicapped and "unusual-
ly bright" children. They will
be instructed by teachers un-
dergoing training at tne Un-
iversity o Idaho.
PANAMA'S AMBASSADOR to the United 8ttes Roberto M.
Heurtematte, left, and US Assistant Secretary Of State Edward
O. Miller, Jr., second from left, were escorted to Tocumen
Airport by a large group when they left together yesterday
for Washington. With Heurtematte and Miller, who attended
Yale University together, are left to right: Camilo Levy Sal-
cedo of the Panam Ministry of Foreign Relations, US Am-
bassador to Panam John C. Wiley, and Murray M. Wise,
Counselor of the US Embassy In Panam.
La Boca Flower Class Staging
Big Show At Pacific Clubhouse
Members of Mrs. Pat Morgan's
Flower Arrangement Class of La
Boca in cooperation with St. Pe-
ter's Church of La Boca and the
Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley will stage
a Flower Show Monday at the
Pacific Clubhouse i formerly USO
TivolD on Shaler Road.
The class, which includes one
hundred and fifty-three mem-
bers, has completed a series of
eight lessons.. .
The Flower Show will officially
open at 4 p.m. and remain open
until 10 p.m. The awards will be
presented by Mrs. Morgan at 5
p.m.
The public is cordially Invited.
Class members will arrange
their entries before 12 noon on
Monday. The arrangements will
be judged in four classes: Class I,
Cut Flowers; Class II, Fruit and
vegetables: Class III. Dried and
Exotic; Class IV, Horticultural
(optional). Judging will start at
12 noon.
"Special Occasions" will be ar-
ranged by the following volun-
teers: "Easter," Lurlene John-
son; "Christmas," Dorothy Hay-
wood; "Valentine." Carmen Bou-
lin; "Thanksgiving." Rose Rob-
inson; "Fourth of July," Gwen-
dolyn McBarrett; "3rd of Novem-
ber," AngeUWSandoval; "Bridal
Shower," Beryl Williams; and
"Hallowe'en," Hannah Moore.
The Special Planning Commit-
tee includes: Mrs. Lemuel B.
Shirley. Chairman; Gloria Llew-
ellyn, Mildred "Johnson, Norma
Jolly, Doreen- King. Myrtle
Green, Ruth Springer, Hazel
Johnson, IneS McLean, Dorothy
Haywood, Mildred Thomas, Amy
Howell, Lurlene Johnson and
Gwendoline Shirley.
Those who-plan to be present
at the opening of the Flower
Show include: Governor and
Mrs. F. K. Newcomer, Bishop and
Mrs. R. Heber Gooden. His Brit-
annic Majesty's Charge d'Af-
falres and Mrs. A. B. Hermann
and the First Secretary of the
British Legation and Mrs. Jas-
per M. Leadbitter.
Assisting in the general ar-
rangements are:-Mrs. Louise R.
Morris, Merle L. Piper of the Bal-
boa YMCA, Mrs. Jane Ruiz, Mrs.
George Meade. Walter Lindsay of
Summit Garden, Ray Nelson, C.
W. Kilbey, S. D. Callender. Cap-
tain and Mrs. Clifford Payne,
Charles Morgan, R. K. Morris, C.
J. Kollman and Admiral and
Mrs. A. M. Bledsoe.
Rail Line Strengthens
U.S. Alaska Defenses
By PETER J. HAYES
ANCHORAGE. Alaska, Sept. 1.
(U.P.) Alaska's "Toonervllle
Trolley" is fast gaming the sta-
ture of a highballing mam line
vitally Important to the de-
fense of trie territory.
The government-owned Alas-
ka Railroad is undergoing a
$75,000,000 rehabilitation pro-
gram which win be 90 per cent
finished this fall.
Completion of the four-year
project will provide a first-class
transportation link from the
port citv of Seward north to
Fairbanks, the strategic defense
artery of Alaska.
Most of the improvement of
Uncle Sam's railroad is credited
to Col. J. P. Johnson served as
an Army transportation officer
during World War II in Iran,
India, China and the Philip-
pines.
Challenge Faced
When Johnson was appointed
general manager of the railroad
In 1946, he faced a tremendous
challenge. It had been operat-
ing in the red after year. Rol-
ling stock was considered ob-
solete. Shop buildings were ram-
shackle and inadequate at line
points other than Anchorage
headquarters.
What's more, sub-zero temp-
eratures, perma-frost, snow and
floods posed problems rarely
encountered by railroad men
elsewhere. Tracks took on the
aDpearance of a Coney Island
rollercoaster where they cros-
sed the spongy tundra and
muskeg which freeze in the
Winter and soften in the sum-
mer.
Johnson went to work. The
railing stock was replaced with
l,000-hor8epower Diesel engines
and sleek hospital cars were
converted Into passenger coach-
es. Two blue and yellow Aurora
streamliners were Inaugurated
on a daily run between An-
cnoraet and Fairbanks.
Road-bed ballast was Increas-
ed to support 115-pound rails.
In one 12-mlle stretch more
than 1.000 degrees of curves
were eliminated. Shivering re-
pair men were Installed in
steam-heated, glass-insul a t e d
shops in Achorage and Fair-
banks.
Profit Shown
When
operation
ceived In
gress to shoj
Last year
$3.700. but,;
straight yea
the black.
t-a -
par of
>*took over th.
railroad he re-
_ns from Con-
proflt, "or else."
argln was only
was the fifth
operating "in
Also noteworthy Is the fact
the Alaska Railroad has not
imposed a rate increase since
1937, despite, moutning labor
and operating. costs. In fact,
there have been five rate re-
ductions during Johnson's term.
Some commodities are carried
on lower tariffs than on rail-
roads in the United States.
The amount of freight hand-
led by the ARR has tripled
since 1941 as a $200,000.000 mil-
itary construction program In
Alaska moved into high gear.
Johnson predicts that th.
railroad's 82 Diesel and steam
locomotives and 2,095 freight
cars will move more than a
million tons of freight over Its
540 miles of main line this
year.
Burglars Do Major Job
For Paltry 15 Cent Haul
WILMINGTON, Del. Sept. 1.
(UP.) Crime-didn't pay for
thieves who broke into the Wil-
mington Ssfi and Door Com-
pany.
The burglars entered through
a rear window, ransacked desk
and file drawers, knocked off
the combination lock and outer
hinges of a safe, and further
damaged the office in their
search for money.
For all that labor, the haul
for the thieves was 15 cents.
A (auca el eooiaa cesslortiai CuUcara Qsaimeai aJUn pasa.
aniutioB and Mlssasiatiea and checks skin troublee qmlckly. Clean
oots, ail; raabta and pimolee "Uka mack". Far akin fajoriea saatV
eaptse Cuticura a unbeatable.
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Big-Time Racketeers. Squeezed
Out Of Gambling, Turn To Dope
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
- WASHINGTON, Sept. 1 (UP) Senate crime inves-
tigators warned yesterday that big-time crime syndicates
will muscle in on the "revolting" narcotics racket as their
other sources, of revenue dry up and called for a grass-
roots campaign to stamp them out.
In a. stinging report on its sensational 16-months in-
quiry into gangsterism and its impact on politics, the crime
committee proposed a nationwide group privately di-
rected and financed to keep crime and corruption under
the "spotlight of public vigilance."
It urged all law enforcement agencies, educators and
parents to cooperate in the drive to prevent a return to'
the "public complacency and indifference under which
gangsterism has thrived for so long."
Is
The committee, which expired
at midnight, denounced the nar-
cotics traffic as "organized
crime at its devastating worst'
and added that the situation will
become worse as mobsters, dis-
couraged by gambling crack-
downs, turn to ita "enormous
profits" to recoup.
The 103-page report also re-
commended hitting the narcotics
racket at its roots by taking
steps to bring poppy production
the source of opiuminto bal-
ance with world medical needs.
The committee took some of
its hardest swings at deported
Tlee lord Charles (Lucky) Lu-
ciano; Abner (Longie) Zwlll-
man, New Jersey millionaire
and ex-bootlegger; Got. Fuller
Warren of Florida, who suc-
cessfully defied a committee
subpoena and the link between
Irving Sherman of New York
and Ambassador William O1-
Dwyer. .
It spared neither Republican
nor Democratic political "ma-
chines" in showing the tie-in be-
tween some politicians and the
underworld.
About the only way to expose
such deals is for citizens to come
forward and testify, it said. Most
are afraid of reprisals.
Reporting on conditions in
metropolitan areas, the report:
1) Recalled the "sensational
testimony" of Sherman, former
friend of O'Dwyer. that he left
New York Just before O'Dwyer
Was elected mayor of New York
because a newspaper was expect-
ed to link Sherman with racket-
eers Frank Costello and "Bugsy"
Siegel. Sherman said O'Dwyer
asked him to leave.
2) Said Zwillman wields so
much power in "Important gov-
ernment circles" that witnesses
were afraid to testify against
him. It said there was a "strong
chance" that Zwillman helped
defeat Elmer Wene. the Demo-
cratic candidate in New Jersey's
1949 gubernatorial race, because
Wene turned down a $300,000
campaign contribution from him.
31 Said Gov. Warren, in defy-
ing the subpoena, "took the un-
usual position that while he
would talk to the senate commit-
tee he would not swear his
statements were the truth." The
committee said gambling still
flourishes despite all efforts to
stamp It out.
4) Said Atlantic City. N.J..
famed resort area, is "in the
clutches" of a "two-headed" or-
ganization directed by Frank S.
Farley, state senator and chair-
man of the Atlantic County Re-
publican committee, and gam-
bler Herman (Stumpy) Orman,
who controls the police depart-
ment.
5) A>und gamb/.infr "wide open"
In the Pennsy) /anla cities of
Seranton, Pitt;,ton, Wilkes-Barre
and Reading and said no effort
Is being made to enforce laws a-
galnst It.
6) Said lush gambling casinos
In Kent and Campbell Counties
in Kentucky are so wide open
the "casual visitor would
the impression that gambling
legal In Kentucky."
The committee warned that
the same pattern of organized
crime exists in both large cities
and smaller communities.
In both, it said, underworld op-
erators obtain political Influence
by outright bribes to public offi-
cials or contributions to political
campaigns.
"Democracy vanishes in a
captive community," it said,
"because the ordinary citisen
for practical purposes has
nothing to say about his gov-
ernment."
"The organized gangster syn-
dicates will unquestionably turn
to the sale of narcotic drugs
when they are driven out of the
presently lucrative field of gam-
bling," it cautioned. "As they did
at the end of the prohibition era,
when bootlegging no longer of-
fered substantial profits, they
will turn to another form of ille-
gal activity."
The committee, which already
has sponsored 22 anti-crime bills
in Congress, submitted a dozen
recommendations for action by
the federal government, includ-
ing these major proposals:
Continuation of the crime in-
vestigation by the Senate Com-
merce Committee after the crime
committee expires. The com-
merce committee has taken over
the crime committee's files and
will announce the "scope" of Its
new inquiry soon.
Congress should provide funds
for hiring 40 more narcotics a-
gents In addition to 30 recency
authorized. Ten agents should be
organized into a training squad
to instruct local officials In nar-
cotics law enforcement.
The federal security agency
should develop an educational
program "to help tell the nation
the true facts about narcotics"
Just as it devised a similar cam-
paign against venereal disease.
The United Nations should be'
urged to prohibit production of
opium throughout the world. The
committee said narcotics offi-
cials believe imports of heroin
Into this country are controlled
by Mafia, the so-called Sicilian
terrorist organization, headed by
Luciano.
The Government should take
sailing papers away from any
seaman convicted of narcotics
violations to stamp out smug-
gling of heroin and other nar-
cotics.
Maritime unions should be no-
tified of violations so they can
RAF Canberra Jet Bomber
Streak Across Atlantic
GANDER, Newfoundland, Sept. 1 (UP) Britain's
top-secret Canberra jet bomber flashed across the Atlantic Ocean
from Ireland yesterday in the unofficial record time of four hours
18 minutes 29 2/5 seconds.
The top speed of the sleek twin-jet bomber, now being
manufactured for the U.S. air force, was kept secret.
"There was not time for eat-
ing," chief test pilot Roland P.
Beamont, 31. a wartime RAF
hero, said with a grin.
It was figured unofficially
that the bomber streaked over
the 2,072.79 miles at an average
speed of about 481 miles an
hour.
The flight was the first on
the course from Aldergrove,
Northern Ireland, to Cander to
be timed officially.
The trip bettered by more
than 18 minuies the previous
record of four hours 37 min-
utes set for that route last
February bv the first Can-
berra to fly the Atlantic.
help in the campaign.
Congress should pass Immedi-
ately legislation Increasing pen-
alties for convicted narcotics
peddlers. Several bills providing
life imprisonment are pending in
Congress.
WANTED HIS BREAKFAST
PHOENIX. Ariz. (U.P.) Pol-
ice broke up a chase in a re-
sidential district. When they
stopped the pursuer, he had al-
most overtaken a fleeing wo-
man. "My wife won't cook break-
fast for me and I am hungry,"
gain he explained.
Clayton Hospital .
Patients To Hear
Singer Monday
Patients of the U.8. Army
Hospital, Fort Clayton, will re-
ceive a Lazor Day treat Monday
when Maria del Rey. currently
appearing at Hotel El Panama,
will present her original rendi-
tions of Spanish and American
songs in a program scheduled for
3:30 p.m.
Miss del Rey will accompany
herself In several songs with her
guitar, "Pork Chop." an addition-
al talent which has added to her
effective presentations at El Pa-
nama.
Her biggest hita at Hotel El,
Panama have been American fa-
vorites such as "Zing Went the
Strings of Mv Heart." "Would I
Love You,?" "Midnight in Paris,"
and "I'm In Love With a Won-
derful Ouy." Among her Spanish
specialties are "Estrellita." Cla-
velitas," and "Dime Que SI."
Garrison Flags
Will Fly On Posts
To Fete Labor Day
Garrison flags will fly over all
Isthmian Army Posts Monday, as
the USARCARIB takes a break
and celebrates Labor Day.
The Army will operate on a
Sunday schedule, with only a
minimum of personnel working
on emergency Jobs. Offices,
commissaries, post excharps
and so on. will be closed while
civilian and military personnel
enjoy "a long weekend."
NO ENCOURAGEMENT
FAULKNER, Tenn. (U.P.)
A cemetery near here Is named
Little Hope.
The bomber bucked winds of
20 knots on the first 1,300 miles
of the Illght, but still made an
average speed of 496 miles an
hour, according to Royal Air
Force officials at the takeoff
base.
The second half of the trip
headwinds ranged up to 80
miles an hour. On most of the
illght. Beamont said, the out-
side temperature was below
zero.
"The headwinds during the
last hour of the flight Increased
our flight time by five to eight
minutes," Beamont said.
"The record is not the onlv
one the Canberra will set up.
There will be plenty of
others."
The bomber took off from the
RAF base In Northern Ireland
at 1:25 p. m. (8:23 a. m. EDT).
It was clocked In at precisely
12:41 and 20.4 seconds p. m.
EDT at It streaked over a Une
drawn between two boats on
Oander lake.
The ship will remain here for
about 24 hours before taking off
on a non-storj hop to Baltimore,
Md. For delivery to the Glen L.
Martin Co., now manufacturing
Canberras for the Air Force.
The exact official time of the
illght will not be known for
about 10 days, after the Inter-
national Air Federation in
Paris has checked all records.
wxrr,YWCOD. (NEA) Be-
hind the Screen:
tie: itf rights isn't the only
item that Kathryn Orayson will
br.ttle for when her new contract
wl.'i MOM comes up for renewal
early next year.
I'ne lark wants the privilege of
doing one outside' picture a year
and her bank account is so hef-
ty, that she'll refuse to re-sign
unless she gets what she wants.
The plum role on her private
horizon is Grace Moore's auto-
biography, "You Only Live
Once."
In case anyone except Hedy
Lamarr cares, the final score-
board on the auction of her per-
sonal belongings added up to
5000 items, including those old
wedding rings, for a total of a-
round $250,000.
Irene Dunne Isn't afraid to
stick out her neck. She's the au-
thor of "Mother Knows Best," a
straightforward opposition to sex
education in public schools,
which McCall'a will publish in
the fall.
Danny Kaye's side of his feud
with Red Skelton i Danny failed
to Introduce Red to a Palladium
audience according to British
tradition on the night of his
closing) is that he sent a note
of apology aud that Red refused
to accept it.
I promised Merle Oberon, be-
fore she left for London, to spike
the rumen that she and Clark
Gable are Involved in romantic
coils. The gossip started when
Clark and Merle were seen toge-
ther. Merle's how-come:
"I tried to patch it up with
Clark and Sylvia. She was so
mad about him. It was a mistake
to interfere, of course. Clark love
me? He probably hates me for
meddling."
Ida Lupino, back to acting in
"Day Without End," after direct-
ing "Hard, Fast and Beautiful."
was asked whether the switch
was rough on the nerves.
"Emotionally." said Ida. "it
gives me a tremendous lift to act
after directing. I get $5000 as a
director and $100,000 as an ac-
tress."
la helping her over her disap-
pointment In being sheared out
of "Show Boat." Lisa Ferraday
t.-.ded up on the cutting room
floor In that one, too.
June Havoc, driving east for
her-"Affairs of State" role on
Broadway, was arrested for
speeding In Missouri after pass-
ing half a dozen automobiles.
"You Just passed a funeral pro-
cession," stormed the officer.
"Oh," said June, batting her
eyelashes. "I thought they al-
ways drove that slow In Missou-
ri."
The Penny Edwards-Ted Brls-
kin engagement rift leaves me
with a yawn. It was never on In
the first place.
Tony Curtis Is being sued for
agency commissions dating back
to the Inking of his contract with
UI. New York 10 per center Joyce
Selznlck, one of the Selznick
tribe, has already notified Tony
of the legal action.
The feud between Milton Berle
and George Jessel Is too hot for
even their pals to handle. It flar-
ed up when Jessel gave a blister-
ine quote on Berle to a Broadway
columnist.
Adele Jergens big role In Betty
Hutton's "Somebody Loves Me"
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West (Herbert Gerst, of Nor-
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He next ruffed a second club in
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He then led another diamond
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Brooklyn boy didn't fall for It.
He ruffed with the ace of hearts,
shutting West out. West thought-
fully discarded the king of
spades.
Declarer next led his last club
and ruffed with dummy's last
trump. Then he got out of dum-
my with a spade, and sat back to
wait for a chance to snaggle two
more tricks with his Q-J-7 of
trumps..
West won the spade with the
queen and then led the Jack of
spades. This gave Col. Willis ttw
right Idea. Why was hsl partqfi
sb fancy about the play of ttw
spades? He wanted East to rittt.
if possible.
So East ruffed and led a dia-
mond through South. This waits
bitter blow to the Brooklyn
If he ruffed low, West wol
over-ruff with the eight
then take the king. If. Soi
ruffed high. West would discaw.
and then West would have H8
over Souths Q-7, for twfsg|
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1951
ISTHMIAN CHURU NOTICES
TERRXA
ORDERS ISORDERS
Baptist
NATIONAL BArTISl CHUKCHIS
Piuni Baptist. Prayer Meeting 5:30
aim. Divine Service. 9:30 a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7:1S p.m. ami Serving o The Lord s
SunMr at both Service* Sunday School
'aova tfspust. La Boca, C. z. Divine
arrien 11:00 a.m. and 7 JO p.m. Serving
the Lord's Supper at both Service Sun-
tfav School at VOO o-m
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva, Cl, Divine
Service 11 00 am Sunday School ai
1-00 p in
Bar. N. Brawn. MlnUler
Gamboa, C.Z., Divine Service at 11:00
gun. and 7:30 Dm with Sunday School
art 3:0" o.m
Be v. A. W. Creek. Minister
Bio Abajo. R.P. Sunda> School al
cocoi.i baptist church,
Building 311 Bruja Road
W. Y Pond Jr Paitor.
Sunday School .............. 9:45 am
Preaching Ser\ ........... 10:5am
Spanish Service ............. 3:00 p.m
Trining Union .............. 6:00 p.m.
Preaching Service........... 7:00 p.m.
Sotherhood 7:00 p.m. Monday.
yer Meeting 7:00 Wednesday.
rlBBI MAtTlS'l CHUHC1I
Balboa Heights. C.'i
Z7 Ancon Boulevard
Drawer "B" Balboa Height
Phone Balboa 1727
"TTeu Church away Irons home
with a welcome lull a friendly"
William H Heeby Pailoi
Sunday School ............. 9:30 am.
Morning Worship .......... 10:45 a.m.
Baptist Training Union .... 6:30 p ni
Evangelistic Service...... 1 311 n m
Prayer Meeting Wednesday! 7:30 p ni
it M S Bible Study
Thursday ....................... a.m.
Men Brotherhood
(Last Monday in mcnlhi /'30 o in
ATLANTIC BArTIS'l CHUKCH
-, Bolivar Avenue at 12lb Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Bev. Fred L. Jones. Pasior
"Vaur InvlUllon To Worship"
Bible School ............... s am
Worship ................... 11:00 am
Training Union ............ (:30 pm
Worship ..................7:30 pm.
Prayer Meeting (Thurs ) .. 7:30 pm.
Catholic
(Listed below aie uie Cainolic Churche-
m the Canal Zone and those in the ler-
OOinal cities of Panama and Colon whose
congregations are primarily English-
speaking Besides these, the Cathedral in
Panama City, the Cathedral ot the Im-
maculate Conception in Colon, and num-
erous! pariah churches In both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregation* are orimarlly Span-
ish-speaking' >
ST. MAHV'S
Balboa
Sunday Masses: 5:55. 8:00. 10:00, 11:00.
12.00 -.in
Senadiction: 5:00 p.m.
olv Day Masses: 5:55, g:00. 11:10, 11:55
.i in ''
Contenios: Saturday-3 30. 5:00 pm
7:00, :00 p.m. Thursdays tor first
Friday7:00. S;00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena Monday al
7:00 p.m.
Rosary every evening at 7 00
vttKHi HEART
Ancon
Sunday Masses. (SU. I St. 9.30 am.
Holy Dys: 5:55. 7:30 am
Conleesions. Saturdav-3:30. 5:00 pm
7:00. 8:00 p.m.- Thursday tor first
Friday7:00. 8:00 p.m.
acred Heart DevotionFriday at 7:00
p.m.
SoTd
ST. TERESA'S
Cocoll
Mass: 8:30 a.m.
lay 1: 6 00 sin
I'lKIMII CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Mass: 8 30 a m
Holy Dsys: S:5 a.m.
Confessions 3:30. 5:00 pm Saturday
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8.30 a in.
Holy Days: C 30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday7:15. 7:45 pm
Besary: Monday, Wednesday and Satur-
day at 7:00 pm.
Catechism Classes: Sunday10:30, 11:30
ST. JOSEPH'S
Paraso
Sunday Mast: 7:00 s m.
Holy Dsys: 5:45 a m.
Confessions: Sstuiday3 30. 4:00 o m
Rosar}': Tuesday -7 00 pm
Catechism Classes .Sunday -10 30. 11:30
Z ">
'. VINCENT'S
Psnama
Sunday Masses: 6 00. 8 30 am.
Holy Days: 6:00. 8:30 a.m.
Confessions: Salurday-3 00. 5 00, 7:00.
g.00 p.m.
Before Holy Days: 7:00. 8 00
Rosary every evening: 7:00 pm
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SALLE
Rio Abajo
Sunday Masses: 6:30. 8:30 am
Benediction: 4:00 p.m
ttolv Day Masses: 5 45 am
Confessions: Saturday3 30. 4:30 p.m
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
vena.
Miraculous Medal Novena Friday 7:00,
p.m.
Rosary: Monday snd Wednesday7:00
p-m
ST. THERESE'S
Sunday Mass: 7:00 a.m. Holy Day Mass:
45 an..
acred Heart Devotions: Friday 7:00
tjssjeasions: Saturday-3 30. 5:00. 7 00.
. :" ^
Rosary every evening except Tuesday at
7:00 pm.
COCO SLITO PL At SHED
Pastor. Rev Wm J Finn. C M
Sunday Mas ............... l:lSm
Holy Day Mas*............ 6 00 a m.
Sunday School ..... ...... 8:45 a.m
Services Thursday nights .. 7 45 d m
Confession hefore M
CHURCH Or THE HOL* FAMILt
Margarita. CZ
Rev William J Finn C M
.................. :i:>
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal. 4th. A C St.
Postor, Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses. 7. 8 A 10:30 a ni.
Weekday Mas*. :30 a.m.
Sat.. 8:00 am
Holy Day Masses 0 A 8:00 am.
Confessions. Rosary, nightly 7 :00. p.m
Sunday School after the 8 a.m. Mass.
Miraculous 'Medal Novena services
Men. 5:00 A 7:00 p.m.
1st. Sst. Devotion, every 1st Sat. sfter
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Catun. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Frsncis Lynch, CM.
Sunday Ma. 8 00 a.m. i
Weekday Manes. Thurs 30 am
Sat. 740 a.in
Bear Day Mas*. 7:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mon 7ns pm
'1st. Friday, Confession. Communion.
1:1 p.m.
Confessions Sat. 30 A 7:00 pm
ST. THOMAS' till Rl II
Catun. Near Locks
Pastor. Rev. Francis Lynch. CM.
Sunday Mass, 6-45 am
Weekday Masses Tues A Frl C 00 a m.
i 1101/ Da/ Mass, 1:00 a.m.
Churches o the many faith in fhe Conol Zone, and the
terminal citiet o Panama and Colon, Republic of Panama, x-
tand a welcome at all lima to men and women of the armed
services, and to civilian neighbors, friends and stranger.
At a public icrvice, the Panama American lists below, by
denominations, notices of hour! of worship and other regulor ac-
tivities.
Listings of largei denominotions are in alphabetical order,
which it rotated from lima to time. Oenominaliom having only
one or two congregations ara listad under "Other Churches And
Services." A special lilting is included for tarvicei at Army posts,
Air Force boiai and Naval ttaliam.
Minister!, church sacratariai and chaplains are oiked to in-
form the newt desk by Wedneidoy noon of Iho litest of any
change! for the coming Saturday'! church page.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Frl. 7:15 p.m.
Confessions Sat.. 7:15 A 8:00 pm.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat. after
Mass.
IIOLV EAMiL* CHURCH
Margarita. C Z.
Pastor. Rev. William J. Finn. C M.
Sunday Musses. 7:30 A 9:30 am.
Holy Dav Mass. 6:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mon. 7:00 p.m.
Instruction;- lor adults Frl. 7:00 p m.
Confessions Sat. 4:00. 5:00 A 7:00 to
8:00 p.m.
ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Coln. 10th. A Broadway
Pastor. Rev. J. Raymond Maohate. CM.
Assistant. Rev. Robert Vignola. C M.
Sunday Masses. 5:45 A 9:00 a.m.
Weekday Mass. 5:45 a.m.
Holy Dav Masses, 5:45 A 8:00 am
1st. Frl. Masses. 5:45 A 8:00 am.
Communion, 8:0t a.m.
Baptisms Sun., 4:00 p m.
Miraculous Medal Novena services
Wed. at 6:15 A 7:00 p.m. __,.,.
Novena of the Sacred Heart, Frl. 7:15
"confession Sat.. 4:00. 5:00 p.m. A
7::0 to 8:00 p m.
Sunday School. 3:00 pm.
Discussion Club. Young men of Parish
Sun. 3:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, Mon. A
Thurs. at 7:15 p.m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat after
M.,s.s.
ST. VINCENT'S CHURCH
Silver City. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Raymond Lewis, CM
Sunday Masses, 5:45 A 8:00 p in.
Weekday Mass. 6:00 am.
Holy Day Masses. 5 30 A 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School, 11:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tues 7:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sun. 4:00 p.m.
Confessions Sat. 3:30. 5:00 p.m A 7:00
to 8:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults, Tues. A Frl .
7:30 p.m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st Sat after
Mass.
OUR LADV OF GOOD COUNSEL
Camboa, C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Charles Jacobs, CM
Sunday Masses. 7:00 A 8:30 am.
Weekday Masses, 630 a.m.
Holv Day Masses. 5:45 A 6:30 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Tues 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Novena service, Frl.. 7:00
o.m
Confessions Sat. 7:00 p m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat after
Mass.
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE l III 111 III-*
first Church ot Christ. Scientist Ancor
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00. Wednesday 8:00 p.m
Si it id.iv School 9*30 n m
? Irs! church ul Christ, Scientist. Cristobal
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday II 00 a in Wednesday 7:30 0 m
Sunda'v School 9 30 am
Christian Science Society, (ambos
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 am First A Thlro Wed
-.esday 7:30 pm
Sundnv School in I.'
Episcopal
ANCON, C.Z
THE CATHEDRAL OF ST LUKE
The Hi Rev. R. Ileber (Jooden, Bishop
The Very Rev Raymona' T Ferris, Dean
7:30 a m Holv Communion
9:30 a in Cathedral School
10 45 Morning Prayer and Sermon
I First Sunday of the month Holv Com
munion and Sermon.)
7:00 p.m.Evening Prayei and Sermon
CRISTOBAL. HP
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
3rd Si near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 9:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11:00 am.
IH.C first Sunday In the month I
Youne People's Vesper Service 4:30
o.m
Wedneadsy. Holy Communion 8-30 o.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:30 a m
A House of Prayer for all people
COCOLI
Church ot St Andrew
The Rev Gideon C Montgomery
Rev M. A. Cookson. Chap USNR
Holv Communion 7 30 am
Sunday School 9:30 a m.
Public Worship 10:45 a in
(HC first Sunday In the month )
Young People's Fellowship 4 HO p m
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evenings
it 0.30 p.m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Thurs-
days at 7:30 p.m.
Hour*) nl Praver and Fellowship toi all
oeopla
COBOEAL
fiood Shepherd
The Ven A F Nightengale
7:30 a m Every Friday; Morning Pray-
er.
IH.C 1st Friday.i
GAMBOA
St. Simon's Church. Rev DA Osbornt
10:30 a.m 2nd and 4th Sundays Holv
Communion A Sermon
10 .10 a m 1st and 3rd Sunday Morn-
ing Pravei A address
3:00 pm Sundav School
8 on and 6 00 p.m Youth Organizations
7:30 pm Evening Prayer and address
2 00 pm Service I Penitentiary Ever>
llh Sundav
7:30 om Tuesday Girl Friendly So-
ciety
7:30 pm 2nd and 4th Thursdays
Woman* Auxiliary
Gamboa Penitentiary
Holv Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 pm
LA BOCA
St. Peter's Church
Rev Lemuel fi Shirley Priest
6 a.m.Holy Communion
7 a m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 am. -Morning Praver and Church
School
5 pm -Holy Baptism
7 30 pm. vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays
7 am. Wednesdays and Fridays 9am.
Girls Friendly and 7 p.m Monday f-
pm Tuesday. Vespers nitthtly at 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 130 om
MAKOARI1 A
St Margaret Chapel.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School 9am Evening Prayei
f :00 o in
PALO SECO
t linn ti ot The Holy Comforter
The Ven A F. Nightengale
Every Mondap 30 am Holy Com
munlun
PAKAISO
Rev DA Os borne
8 00 a n. Holy Communion 2nd Sundav
9:30 am Sunday School
5 30 p in Evening Praver inc ana HI
Sundays
Monday I IK pm Youth Meeting
Wednesday: b M pm u.iu Fricndi\
Society.
HED TANK
Rev D.A Osborne it Rev. C.A Cragwell
11:00 am Holy Communion and Ser
mon 1st and 3rd Sundays.
11:0(1 a.m Morning Prayei and add-
ress: 2nd and 4th Sunday
3 00 p.m Sunday School ana Baptism
7:30 pm Evening Prayei gnd address
nil and 4th Sundays.
PANAMA err*
SI PAUL'S CHURCH
A. F. Nightengale. B.U M.B.B.
and The Hev. KHz Reginald Alwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion 9:00 am
7:00 Din Evensong and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BV-THF-SEA
Colon. R de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Maineri J Peterson
STB Rector
SUNDAYS.
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 am. Church School.
7:30 D m. Solemn Evensong & Sermon
WEDNESDAYS:
6 a in Holy Communion.
7:30 pm. Evensong and Sermon.
8:30 Din Adull Confirmation Claa
THURSDAYS:
5 n in. Prayei Guild.
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children's Eucharist
7:30 o ni Choir Practice
SATURDAYS. _
10 a m Children s Confirmation Clas
7:30 p.m. Compline and Meditation.
GATUN
St. Ceorte's Church
Gatun, C.Z
Rev Solomon N Jarobs
Sundays.
6:45 am Church School
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
10:00 am Holy Eucharist and Sermon
Tuesdays:
/:00 a.m Holy Communion (Also Holv
Oav and Saints Days.)
Wednesdays;
f:00 pm Evening Prayer.
8'ixiom St Vincent s Guild
/::io o in Chnlr Rehearsal
Thursdays-
Church ot St. Mary The Virgin
lev Solomon N Jacobs
Sundays:
6:45 am Morning Prayer.
7 00 am Holy Eucharist and Sermon
3:00 p.m Church School
6:00 pm Evening Song. Thursdays.
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holv
Jay* and Saint Days. I
7:30 pm Evening Prayer, Fridays
5:006:00 pm Prayer Guild
7:30 pm Choir Rehearsal.
8:30 p.m. St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:45 a.m on the
/ :30 P-m Solemn Evensong.
RIO ABAJO >
St. Christopher's
The Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a.m Choral Eucharist.
10:00 a.m. Church School.
ii on ii 111 Solemn Evensong.
Thursdays and Holy Dav HC. 7:00
i in.
Wednesday and Holy Days 8 30 am
Holy Communion
i First Sunday of everv month, i
Jewish
Jewish Weltare Board. bldg. /92-X, La
Boca Road. Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Witkin director.
Services on Friday. 1:30 pimi
(See also listing of Jewish sehvlces
indei Post. Bases and Stations-)
Congregation Kol Sheantt) Israel. Ave-
nida Cuba and 3Gth Street. Bella Vista
Panam City Rabbi Harry A Merleld
Services nn Frldnv. Dm
Lutheran
,.I III I Ml K I I llll It \ S I lit IK II
'The Church ot the Lutheran limn"
;i. T. Bernthal. Pastor
30 Balboa Road. Balboa
Sunday School and Bible Class 9 a m .
Worship service 10:15 a.m.. "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
(rlendlv welcome await all visitors Pot-
luck supper second Sundav each month
6:30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
f:3Upm The Service Cenlei open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome in ill military nersnnnel
Methodist
THE METHODIST CHURCH
(British Conference)
Minister Rev. (j. HerDeri Moon
9:00 a.m. Morning Praver and Sermon
3:011 p in Sunday School.
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 o m Evening Prayer and Sermon
1 Itl.NI IV Ml IIHililM CHURCH
7lh SUeet and Melender Avenue.
Colon R P
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Service* at 9:30 a.m and 1:15
p.m.; Sunday School for all age al 3
Weekly Prayei
U 111
Monday 7:30 p.m.
Meeting
l.lll.M /I K Ml IIKIIHM ClllltCII
Siver City. C.Z.
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services 8 am and 5:15 p.m
Sunday School tor all ages at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7:20 p in Prayei Meeting
Salvation Army
Panning City. Calle 15 de nebiero
Services at 11 am and 7.30 pm (Mai
ii Wilsoni. Sunday School at 3 pm
La Boca: Service at 11 am and I'M
a.m. Sunday School at 3:30 pm
Red Tank. Service at 7:30 pm Sundav
School al 3.00 p.m
Colon. 14th Street
Services al ........ 11 am. A 1:30 p m
Sundav School at ........... 8:00 o m
Colon. 3rd Street
Services at ..... II am. A 1:30 p.m
Sllvei City
Service at ................. 7:30 pm
Sundav School at..........3:30 om
Seventh Day
Adventist
Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama Cily. No 1 J. A
Maynard. Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Socielv Hall I Sabbath Services onlv .
Adolphus Lawes, Chorrillo. P A Henry:
Rio Abalo, C D. Abraham; Gamboa. A
A Bri7zle. and Spanish City Church I
duardo Rulloba
Atlantic Side
Colon Third Street. Joseph Bryan, Cris
couai English New Church E A Cruck
.hank. Cristobal Spanish Church. B J
Maxon, (No Sunday night service si
oie-senl. i
Sabbath school each church Salurdav
130am Divine worship II >ni Sunda
night seivice ;it all diuicbe* oaospl
.Uuriwuie unlit.*led.
Union Churches
Where all Protestant cooperate with
unity In easentials. liberty In non-
essentials and charity In all things
_. THE ATLANTIC SIDB
Cristobal
The Rev. Phillip Havener, Pastor.
Phone 3-1463.
10:45 Worship service snd Churcb-tlme
iiirsery
6:00 Young People's Meeting,
(stun
The Rev. J. William L Graham Pastor
Phone 5-355
i:00 9.30 Broadcast on HOK; HP5K
mil HON.
9:45 Sunday School
11:00 Worship Service.
5:00 Christian Endeavor.
Margarita
The Rev Henry Bell, Pastor.
Phone 3-1498.
9:30 Bible School
10:45 Worship service and Church-tlmr
lursery.
6:30 Youth Fellowship.
THE PACIFIC SIDI
Balboa
Balboa Road at San Pablo Slreel
Rev Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-1486. Olc Phone 2-3236
9:30 Church School r'lee bus seiviie
10:30 Worship service and Church-tinn
misery.
to 30 Youth Congregations.
5:00 Chi Itlui Senior Hi Fellowship
6:00 Post Hi Fellowship
7:30 Service "Centered On Song,"
Gamboa
All services in Gamboa Civic Center
The Rev. Raymond A Gray, Minister
Phone 6-130.
9:00 Sunday School.
7 ;30 Worship service.
i'edro Miguel
9.30 Church School.
10:43 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers
Unitarian
UNITARIAN
OCIaWI
10:30 a.m
JWB Arinco
Force Service
Center Librar
Balboa. C.Z
Your Invltatlor
to liberal
religion.
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIML SIDE
?rotestanl
tORT AMADOR
Sunday School .................. 9:15
Morning Worship................10:00
FOKT CLAYTON
Sunday School, Bldg. 154 ...... 9:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:15
FOBT KOBBE
Sunday School .................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
ALBHOOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School................... 9:45
Morning Worship ............... I0:4S
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour .............. 7:00
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
HQTRS. 15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Monirng Worship ................. 9:15
Catholic
FORT CLAYTON
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ................. 9:00
12TH STATION HOSPITAL
Sunday Mass ................... 7:45
COROZAL CHAPEL
Sunday Mass ................... 10:30
FOKT KOBBE
Dally Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Musses ..........8:00 A 9:00
15TH NAVAL DISTRICT
Sunday Mass ................... 1:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION, RODMAN
Sundav Mar ................... 9:30
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Daily Mass ..................... 6:30
Sunday Masses..........7:45 A 8:45
Jewish
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASK
Saturday ....................... 5:00
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ...................... :00
cORT KOBBE
Thursday ...................... 1:00
1WB. Balboa. CZ.
Friday......................... 1*
ATLANTIC SIDI
Protestant
FORT DAVIS
Protestant Worship Service...... 9:00
KOK'l GuLICK
Sunday School .................. 9:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:00
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sundav School ............... :3
Protestant Worship Servlc ..... 11:1S
Catholic
FORT DAVIS kt
Sunday Mass ................... 10:00
FORT GULICK
Sunday Mas ................... 9:00
COCO SOLO
Sunday Mas................... *
Jewish
FORT GULICK
Tuesday ........................ ":0
Other Churches
And Services
BAIIA'I CENTER
Apartment I Lux Building. 34th Street
Panama Monday: Lectures and Dis-
cussions 8 uu u.m.
Church ol 'COM Christ ot l-atler Da)
Saints { Mormon) Balboa C.Z.
Sunduy School 10:00 a.m
Services 10.30 a.m.
Al JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.
CHURCH OF CHRIST
0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Hari.uid Dllbeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
SUNDAY SERVICES
Bible Clases lor ell ages .... 10:00 am
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a m
Preaching and Communion 7:00 o m
MIDWEEK SERVICES:
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 p.m
Ladie' Bible Claa* Thursday 1:45 om
CHURCH OF CHBISTOld Cristobal
SUNDAYS.
We meet in the American Legion Han
in Ironi ol the Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:45 am
Visitors welcome.
Ladies Bible Sludjr at Gatun.
Phone Gatun 416 or Ft Gulick 309
CURUNDU PBOTESTANl
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chanlaln William H Blalr
Sundav School ................. *'*"
Morning Worship................ :0
Young People Service ......... Jl*
Evening Worship ............... :0
Prayer Meeting Thursday ....... 1:00
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 pm and Saturday 9JO a m
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St. Raphael The Archangel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday al 1:30 am
Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Thursday"
6:30 a in
Sacrament ol Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of eacb month at
7 30 o m
Mount Hallbelb Christian Church
Panama, R.P
Hi Rev T Jame*. D D Bishop
offlclantlnt-
Mornlng Worship ....... :00 a.m
Holy Communion at........ 6:30 am
Fellowship Worship at...... irou am
Bible Reading at .......... 300 pm
Divine Service at ......... 7:0n o m
Sermon si ................ 8:00 om
Holv Communion at ...... 9 00 o m
Halbni-Amador Road USO Clob
Non-Denom mullen
Vcspei Seivice at 605 p.m. Sunday
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Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
SHOW BUSINESSON THE SIDE
A number of folks, when I mention past activities in fields
other than dally newspaper work. Inquire when and how I did
all these and still can claim that I have never quit my own pro-
fession. For Instance, my references to having worked In and for
vaudeville. Yes, I began as the press agent of a theatre In Chica-
go, the American Music Hall; I became its manager and wound
Up the general manager of the William Morris Circuit of 26
theatresand still I maintained my connection with a newspa-
per, writing feature and Sunday stories and a column about
downtown doings, the first of several called "Looping the Loop."
My entrance into show business occurred in a strange
manner. Une Sunday, when I was on the Chicago Exam-
iner, I was given several assignments. One was to stop
at the Congress Hotel and see a man named William
Morris, who had telephoned in that he had announce-
ment to make. Nate B. Spingold, a reporter on a rival
paper, get the same order from his city editor. We met as
we were both entering an elevator in the hotel.
A man with keen, sharp but kindly eyes lay In the bed, 111
with a cold. Another stranger sat beside him. This was Jim
Matthews, the booking agent. The patient was William Morris,
the famous showman. He told us he had leased the Garden
Theatre, at Wabash Ave. and Peck Court mow, I believe, 7th 8t.),
would change its name to the American Music Hall, and would
pioV two-a-day vaudeville at the then unheard-of scale of $2
top; that he would present the greatest attractions, many of them
foreign, and that his theatre would have a bar. and drinks would
be served also the laticed boxes.
*
He named Harry Lauder, Ye8*a Victoria, Amelia
Bingham, Julian Eltinge, the Empire City Quarterre, the
Four Mortons, Ada Overton Walker, Charlie Chaplin (in
"A Night in an English Music Hall"), Chevalier (the
original), Jim Jeffries (then the retired heavyweight
champ), and many other world-wide celebrities as among
those he would play. He sprung several, novelties then
quite startling, including a smoking-room for ladies, and
smoking permitted In the balcony of the house. I was
Impressed.
Sunday was a dull day and the paper ha dplenty of space. I
wrote an extended yarn. I did not then have a by-line. It was
published and I forgot about it...Several months later, Spingold
told me he had been offered a Job at pav which to us was then
colossal ($125 a week) to be press agent of the new Morris theatre
...He took It and did fine work, as he has always done since
then; he Is now a vice president of Columbia Pictures.
Some time went by. Then I got a call from someone named
Elmer Rogers. I knew nothing of show business and I had never
heard of him. He asked me to see him at the Music Hall. He wa.s
l the manager, a famous Broadway figure who for years before
and afterward managed the Palace Theatre on Broadway. He
told me a strange tale and laid before me an exciting opportun-
ity, about as follows:
When Bill Morris sent him to Chicago to open this house, he
asked Elmer to engage as the press agent a young reporter who
had interviewed him at the Congress; and who had written a
lengthy and outstanding report; he didn't remember the man's
name. If he had ever known It, but he thought the man "looked
like Bert Cooper." Bert was the managerial brother of the Em-
pire City Quartette Cooper. Rogers asked around. Matthews re-
membered Splngold's name, knew him slightly, because Spin-
old's brother was an actor and Matthews had booked him. Yes,
plngold did resemble Bert Cooper. And Spingold was engaged.
Mr. Morris had returned to New York and did not come back
lor the opening. When he did, Rogers recorted that the new press
agent was doing splendidly. He sent for him. Mr. Morris looked him
over and said, "No. You don't look like Bert Cooper. I want the
tother one. You have done so well. I will promote you to the post
at my New York American Music Hall. But here I want the fellow
who was with you."
Spingold got word to me. I got the job. Nate went to
New York. I took on his assignment with the proviso that
I could continue doing some newspaper work...And then
began a long series of activities within the structure of
show business. But at Jfc, time would I divorce myself
from my own trade, thoafn I had to take leaves when I
went en the road In advance of Lauder. Gaby Deslys,
Sirota, the great Warsaw cantor. Annette Kellerman and
several shows and plays which Mr. Morris produced sub-
sequently.
Labor [News
And
(somment
i

The Morris Circuit was outlawed by the combined Keith-
Orpheum organization. Any acts that worked for us were black-
listed by the blg-tlme monopoly. 8o we had to scrabble some,
bring In attractions from other fields and from other countries,
and create our own. I wrote and staged dozens of one-acters
(called In professional parlance sketches"!, and I brought John-
ny Kllng back to the Cubs and to baseball to headline, playing
pool with Captain Anson. retired: thev were both experts, Kllng.
the great catcher, had been fined $1.000 with orders that his
club could not pay It. and he returned home to Kansas City and
refused to pay it. So I Induced him to do the act and we, the
theatre, paid It. The Cubs had won the pennant the last year
he was with them, had lost It the season he was out, then won
It again his comeback._______________________________________
TMI IS TOUIt rOHUM THt tADtrtt OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
The Mali So it an eptn loium lot rcaderi ol fht Panamo American
Letter ara received aroTefall ma1 art handled in o holly confidentiot
manner.
It rae contribute a lettei dent he impatient II it doetn't appeal the
set day. Ierren are published m the order received
Pleeie try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity et letter writeri n held in itncfeit confidence
Thh) etewtaaper enumei na ratpomihility fat itettmenrt or opinion
reviewed in letter, free readers.
WHY NO NAME?
Dear Sir:
I do not think much of a man
who considers himself a proud ci-
tizen of any country but Is too
ashamed to make his identity
public, as was the case of the
Proud Panamanian" whose letter
appears In your Mall Box column
of this evening, and which I con-
sider both nonsensical and
smacking of personal frustration.
I have not agreed with George
Westerman on many things, nei-
ther have I agreed with the late
FDR on manv of his policies, for
that matter. To agree with any-
one on everything Is to be with-
out the faculty to think for one's
aelf. But one thing I can say in
favor of Westerman and that is
that he has enough character
to sign his name to anything he
writes, or enough honesty to as-
sociate his name with any of the
"meaningless things" he spon-
sors. Suppose this "proud Pana-
manian" brings forward his pub-
lic record for a little comparison.
If I remember correctly, the ar-
ticle Westerman *rote about
Governor Newcomer dealt with
the past three years of the Canal
Zone administration. I have on
ill* an article written by the
same Westerman about Govern-
or Mehaffey in which he gave
Governor Mehaffey his Just due.
I think the La Boca School Lib-
rary shows a picture of Governor
Burgess who was also a benefac-
tor of the local rate employes,
and that was placed there by the
"meaningless gestures" of West-
erman. Furthermore, what Gov-
ernor Mehaffey told a Panama-
nian round-table conference
about local rate employes was
found not fit to print.
So, Mr. Proud Panamanian. If
you were not motivated by malice
your letter would have taken a
different course because Wester-
man's letter about Gov. Newcom-
er only proved him to be a con-
sistent critic, always ready to
give unto Caesar the things that
are Caesar's. I onl> .'-.h, though,
you were prouder of th: -ame by
which you were christen an.'
not of the nationality which you
claim. Ten to one you are like
those Panamanians who came to
work on the Canal Zone as a con-
tract laborer and then get a red
cdula which you have to be con-
stantly waving to prove your na-
tionality.
Mr. Editor, attacks on responsi-
ble citizens should not be pub-
lished by your paper unless the
attacker Is willing to have his
Identity known. Cowards should
not be given the treatment to
which decent people are entitled.
Jt. Nugent. ,
By Victor RUsel
WASHINGTON If you look
closely and swiftly down here,
you can see the 1952 presidential
campaign.
And for evidence that it's on
behind the scenes, I offer you
a report from behind the closed
doors of a Hotel Mayllower
suite.
There, Senator Taft sat in
genial conversation with a labor
leader who, by all public reports,
would be expected to slug him
on sight.
But the fact is that in-
side labor Senator Ta)t is
considered the Republican
candidate for president
rMttJ in many sanctums,
those thoughts are not vi-
negar-ed with any animo-
sity. The man who sat with
the Senator in the Mayflow-
er, not so long ago. is one of
America's most powerful
union chiefs and a high-
ly placed member of the
AFL's top command, the
Executive Council, no less.
He and his influence will be
back of the Senator comes
'52. That, tn effect, was the
gist of the conversation. Ap-
parently a-strong section 'of
labor came over at the May-
flower.
Nor is this limited to the high
command.
All this comes from Inside
labor, since the Senator's peo-
Dle are reluctant to discuss
their union friends for fear of
getting them outcast socially as
well as politically.
But It Is said that these are
lust two incidents, two labor
bids for friendship, among
scores "who have literally made
a heglra to Senator Taffs of-
fice "
All of which means that manv
shrewd AFL regional chiefs
have been talking to their state
Republican leaders and have
come away believing that Gen.
Elsenhower won't run for presi-
dent unless he can get the no-
mination of both parties "by
acclamation."
Whether this reflects Gen.
"Ike." I can't say.
These labor people have been
told by GOP. Congressmen, as
well as their district leaders,
that Sen. Taft will be counted
on to sweep In a Republican
Congress because he's the only
candidate available who can,
and strategically Is now prepar-
ing to. fight "on the record."
In other words, to be able to
quote, in the Republicans' be-
half the dav by day Congression-
al actlvltvthe st'ateev being to
show that, for the most part,
the Democrats deserted labor.
Apparently there is sear-
ing resentment inside the
AFL against some Demo-
cratic leaders. Especially
angered is the Teamsters'
boss, Don Tobin who. for
the second straight month,
warns the Democrats that
while Mr. Truman can beat
Senator Taft. the. danger to
him is "the lack of confi-
dence and aggressiveness on
the part of labor for the
maioritv party in Wash-
ington." And then Tobin
reveals that Mr. Truman
owed him a considerable
debt, in fact, owes him the
presldencyto a great extent.
Mr. Tobin will tell all In his
Teamsters' magazine later this
month.
The snow-haired truckers'
union chief, an intimate friend
of the late Franklin D. Roose-
velt, will sav catesnrlcally that
President RoosevH; "was for
Vice President Wpi'nce for re-
election In the Chicago con-
vention. ."
"I know because I came from
the White House with that in-
formation and I also camefjfrom
the White House with the re-
quest that I be the first man
to second the nomination of
President Roosevelt,'' Tobin will
reveal.
"I rarely refused Franklin
Roosevelt anything that he ask-
ed me to do but I did not pro-
mise him in that last confer-
ence, who T left for the Chica-
go convention. I would support
Henry Wallace. My answer was,
'We shall wait and see what
happ :is there'."
On the nominating conven-
tion's second day. Sidney Hill-
man telephoned Tobin to say
that Wallace wanted to talk to
him.
Tobin said, sure come over to
a private room he had In the
Blackstone.
"The answer was Wallace did
not care to meet with me there
but that I should come and
meet him in the rooms of Mr.
Hillman down town," Tobin will
"This I refused to do and I
decided then and there Henry
Wallace had placed himself In
t>-p hnnds of the CIO and to
nominate him for the position
of vi;e-presldent would be ex-
actly t'.ie same as nominating
someo'.: from the CIO backed
by or n.med by Hillman.
"I refused to meet Wal-
lace and immediately I
inert to work and started
to talk Harry Truman. I had
talked on this subject with
him some three months
earlier." Tobin will then
say that Mr. Truman had
to be talked into taking the
nomination for vice-presi-
dent after the union chief
met the vr"*i*r~t-to-be on
the convention floor.__a____
Rock Bottom
By BOB RUARK
NEW YORK. If you seek some sort of clas-
sic In loathsomeness, a stern moral lecture on
just how horrid mankind may become, old
Waxey Gordon Is the subject of the sermon.
I can think of nobodv who has so thoroughly
tagged all the bases of depravity, with no real
excuse that society shoved him.
. Gordon, born Wechsler. has been bagged by
the state for such delightful whimsies as grand
larceny, black marketeering, and income-tax
violation.
He was a key figure of the bootleg era, which
means that he had to be parcel to murder and
kindred violences, and his final Infraction of
decorum was a fast pass at the dope business.
It will be his last Infraction of anything, be-
cause he Is now liable to life Imprisonment
under the Baumes law as a fourth offender.
In some way*It Is not too hard to be charit-
ably inclined to the boouecger, the hoodlum,
even the occasional murderer, If he seems to
have been nudged into his fate by circumstance.
But from a standpoint of moral leprosy It Is
Impossible to understand the thinking of a citi-
zen who graduates from preying off his coun-
try In the black markets of a war to running
narcotics as a last grab at illegitimacy.
And old Waxeroo had a neat pound of heroin
on him when thev lowered the boom.
We are an enlightened people, In some re-
spects, and so we do not consistently practice
the more barbarous tenets of punishment to fit
crime.
We do not cut off the hand of a thief, as do
some Arabs, nor do we administer the death
penalty for more subtle crimes against the com-
monweal.
We do not legally administer torture as a Just
pav-off for some crimes.
It almost seems a pity, in the cases of the
Waxey Gordons, that there is not something
more horrible than death or imprisonment to
reDav a man for a complete life of conscious
criminality, committed with thoughtful malice.
The man who popularizes narcotics addiction
Is much too good for hanging something
along the order of the old-fashioned rack, or
perhaps the Chinese water torture, Js more his
Just repayment.
Yet, I understand that much emphasis on
marijuana smoking is being ordered by organ-
ized, big-business crime today, merely as a logic-
al springboard to the sale of more profitable
drugs, such as heroin.
The dope traffic has nearly assumed the pro-
portions of illegal hooch in the old days of pro-
hibition, as a moneymaker for the mobs.
The classic ugliness of the Gordon story is
that old Waxey. having run out of prohibition
as a gimmick, having no war at hand to use as
an adjunct to illegality, finally turns to the
popularization of dope as an easy way to turn
the dirty buck.
It is the last resort of the completely cri-
minal mind, the mind that was never willing to
work at anything remotely decent.
I keep thinking of suitable rewards for the
narcotics boys, and I do believe the only Just
one is enforced addiction to what they sell, ad-
ministered by the state.
A public exhibition of the malefactors, in a
sort of zoo. after they have been deprived of
the panacea they peddle, would be extremely in-
teresting.
Much has been written of the awfulness of a
hophead divested of his Junk, but It really must
be seen to be appreciated to the lull extent of
Its horror.
It is a temporary hell In which every single
sense of the victim turns and rends him, a
momentary suspension in time during which the
capacity for exquisite suffering Is magnified a
thousandfold.
It Is the fate of everv human who goes for the
needle, yet the lice who infest the commercial
crime world are willing and eager to bank on
imvjlird torment as a spur to their sales.
When the cops out the arm on Gordon, the
old villain wept and pleaded to be allowed to
run, so the law could shoot him.
Actually, the end would have been much too
easy. I think they ought to get him habitually
on the hop habit, at state expense and then
take away his nose candy.
And watch him leap and scream.
^eMUY WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
_________Y PMW PIARSON
Air Support
By Peter Edson
WASHINGTON(NEA^The real story of the
supposed row between Air Force and Navy-Mar-
ine air. over tactical air support for ground
troops at the Fort Bragg. N. C, maneuvers, can
now be cleared up.
This row has been played up In some circles
as another great rift In the unification pro-
gram.
Facts in the case indicate that it isn't quite
the magnitude of the B-36 and super-carrier
split of a couple of years ago, although a fun-
damental principle of tactical air support is in-
volved.
The whole business really started last year
after General Mark W. Clark, commander of
Army Field Forces, had been to Ko'ea. Air sup-
port for ground troops was of course a major
argument in that theater.
Marine and Navy aircraft from the carries
were using their system of close air support for
ground troops. Under that system, an air of-
ficer is attached to the ground units.
When ground commanders want a certain hill
blasted, or a certain enemy tank or gun put out
of action, thev notify the air liaison officer.
He calls his planes, designates the target, and
in they come to give it the business.
This system Is based on the Navy principle
of giving "the customer" what he wants. It
works, and the customers in Korea liked It.
Air Force tactical command works on a dif-
ferent plan.
Instead of attaching air units directly to
ground units and thus putting the planes vir-
tually under ground troops' command, the Air
Force retains control of all tactical planes on a
front.
Requests for air support all go to tactical air
headquarters which then assigns planes to vari-
ous missions. In order of what the tactical air
commander considers proper priority.
There is sound reason for this system. In
Africa, during the earlv days of World War II,
one tactical air group was assigned to each
ground division for close support.
Germans concentrated their air strength on
one objective and knocked Allied planes right
out of the sky.
From the battle of Kasserlne P8S on, there-
fore, the Air Force changed its system.
Tactical air strength was concentrated for of-
fensive strikes In support of ground troops, or
to meet enemv offensive concentrations.
This system worked better and it was follow-
ed throughout the war. It is still A!r Force
doctrine.
General Clark, however, alter his Korean vi-
sit, wanted the two systems tried out and com-
pared.
The big maneuver now known as "Exercise
Southern Pines" was even then being planned
for this summer.
Shortly after Admiral William M. Fechteler
became commander In chief of the Atlantic
Fleet, with headquarters at Norfolk, Va., he paid
a courtesy call on General Clark at his Fort
Monror headquarters, across Hampton Roads.
General Clark outlined his plan. He wanted
Navy air to take part In the maneuvers and do
its stuff for one phase of the maneuvers.
Then Air Force would show its system.
Ground troop commanders would then be the
Judce of which svstem was best.
This exercise was tremendously important be-
cause the two lnfantrv divisions in this man-
euver, the 2flth and the 43rd, will go to Ger-
many this fall.
Admiral Fechteler assured General Clark of
Navy cooperation for loint service maneuvers
and went back to his headquarters to put his
staff to work on plans. Then things began to
happen.
"Exercise Southern Pines" had been original-
ly planned for June. It was postponed to Au-
gust.
That happened to come right 'at a time when
the Atlantic Fleet was sending new carrier
groups to the Mediterranean, to relieve ships
now In those waters.
The overlap wouldn't give the Atlantic Fleet
much strength for the maneuvers.
But such Navy air strength as was available
was ordered to the Fort Bragg area. Here it
ran Into a new obstacle.
Lieut. Gen. John K. Cannon, commander of
the Tactical Air Force and air commander of
the maneuvers. Informed the Navv that its
planes could come Into the area and take part
in the war games, but that they would have to
be under Air Force command.
It made sense that there could be only one
commander In the field.
But to Admiral Fechteler it seemed that Gen-
eral Clark's original purpose would be defeated
If Navv air couldn't orjerate In its own way.
Combining this with the fact that he didn't
have much air strength to spare Admiral Fech-
teler Informed General Clark that Navy would
withdraw from the Southern Pines war games.
Having now become Chief of Naval Operations
In Washington, succeeding Admiral Forrest
Sherman. Admiral Fechteler finds this whole in-
cident his first malor headache as a member of
the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
Senator Alexander Wiley soys: Washington contradictions
make heads spin; Important issues tell the story; Be-
ware of ready-made labels for political parties.
(While Drew Pearson is on a brief vacation, the Wash-
ington Merry-Go-Round is being written by several distin-
guished guest columnists, today's being by Honorable
Alexander Wiley, senior Senator from Wisconsin.)
WASHINGTON8orrretlmes the actual Washington merry-go-
round whirls so fast and reverses directions so often that observ-
ers get pretty dizzy and confused Just trying to follow it.
In fact, the contradictions of certain high-up folks In Wash-
ington can really make even an expert's head spin.
These contradictions remind you of a lot of Alices in a fan-
tastic blunderland.
Do you think, for example, that the present Democratic
Administration is "liberal" and that Its Republic opposition la
"reactionary"?
If so, consider these Items which tell a revealing story:
Gas gouge. You, the consumer, are soon going to have to pay
still more for natural gas fuel. How come
Well, you can thank the great "liberal" Democratic Party for
those high rates.
A Democratic president, Harry Truman, had soundly vetoed
a bill (backed by leading Democrats) which would have lndlreotljr
resulted In Increasing natural gas rates.
Many Republicans like myself supported and applauded the
Democratic President's veto.
Later, however, as reported by Drew Pearson and others, the
Federal Power Commission (appointed by the same President)
completely reversed the President's action and a Democratic-ap-
pointed Supreme Court, by exempting Independent gas producers
from Federal rate control.
But do you suppose that the President criticized the Federal
Power Commission for its dangerous action? No, definitely not.
The President said the FPC decision had "no connection"
with his previous veto even though It completely reversed the veto.
So here we have a good Democrat, Harry Truman, patting on
the back by implication other good Democrats who have com-
pletely stabbed one of his own policies In the back.
Does that make sense? Of course not!
Moreover, the Republicans whom the President has repeatedly
attacked as allegedly not being interested in you, the consumer,
have been the principal ones who have fought to protect tha
consumer from these gas rate increases...
Seaway sabotage. Take another Instance. In his recent speech
in Detroit, President Truman rightly praised the Great Lakes-
St. Lawrence Seaway as the most important single project this
country.
Yet, this very same project which would incidentally be self-
paying and which has been endorsed by Herbert Hoover, Frank-
lin Roosevelt, George Marshall, etc., has been blocked by some
of the President's best friends in the Democratic-controlled Senate
and House of Representatives.
On the other hand, many of the leading advocates of the
seaway are Republicans.
So, here again we have Republicans supporting the President,
while Democrats (with some notable and praiseworthy exceptions)
are trying to sabotage the President and are working hand-in-
glove witn selfish, backward-looking railroad, and port, lobbies...
Had enough inconsistencies? Here are some more. The merry-
go-round spins faster...
Southwest steal. The President says he opposes favors for
special privilege groups.
Yet, some of his leading supporters in the Senate have suc-
ceeded once again In passing (over Republican and some Demo-
cratic votes) a fantastic bill, the Central Arizona project, which
would pour three-quarters of a billion dollars down th ratholt
for the benefit of a few Arizona landowners... Some monkey-
business...!
Tidal till. In another interesting Issue, the President rightly
says he will veto any bill which quitclaims Federal title to tha
oil-rich marginal sea.
Many Republicans like myself will support the President in
such a veto. Why? Because we think (although a good many
Republicans disagree) that all Americans are entitled to owner-
ship of the tldeland treasures.
But who do you suppose Is spearheading the effort to destroy
federal title?
Why, principally, the very same Democratic leadership in tha
Senate and House which is usually, amazingly enough, trying
not to decrease but to increase and expand federal power! Is
that contradictory? It certainly Is... but, as the old saying goes,
"It all depends on whose ox Is gored..."
Coddling crime. Take another example. Back In April, one of
the most difficult fights I ever had was to try to extend the life
of our Senate Crime Investigating Committee.
Who do you suppose fought against the extension? Some of
the leading Democrats in the Senate, although they were afraid
to do It openly.
Now, the special crime committee Is coming to an untimely
end as of 8ept. 1.
There will be rejoicing then throughout the underworld. But
do you suppose that the Senate Democrats will encourage tha
standing Interstate Commerce Committee to carry on where the
special crime group's efforts left off? That remains to be seen.
Judging from the past, the antlcrime crusade may now ba
put to sleep by probe-shy Democratic leaders.
Yet conscientious Democratic members of the crime com-
mittee led the superb fight against crime in a nonpartisan way
and worked In complete harmony with us Republicans against
crooks and corruption.
But that hasn't prevented some other Democrats from trying
to hamstring our committee's work.
Perhaps, the Democrats are afraid of exposing more shena-
nigans in the big city machines (Bronx County, Cook County,
etc.) which furnish the hard core of Democratic voting strength.
Does that sound likely? Could be. ."
Conclusions. What do these examples prove? Just this:
1) Beware of ready-made labels for any political party.
Neither party, be it Republican or Democratic, has a monopoly
on virtue. But, certainly, the Republican Party (and not Just Its
so-called "liberal wing") has a lot more virtue than its critica
have attributed to it
2) The term "liberal" Itself is often a misnomer. It's easy
for many democrats to be "liberal" in spending other people's
money and taking other people's rights away.
I am against such "liberalism," Just as I would be against
a "conservatism" or "reactlonlsm" which would try to turn the
hands of the clock backward or which would attempt to deny
certain progressive steps which the American people Insist on in
this modern age.
O.K., Drew, thanks for the ride on the Merry-Go-Round. You
might call it "The Carousel of Contradictions."
(Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
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CINCO C.ENTESIWOB
Nueva violacin
contra Kaesong
Avin sin identificar lanza
varas seales luminosas en
esa ciudad, pero no bombas
MUNSAN, Septlempre lo
(UP) Un avin sin identificar
vol sobre el campo de avanza-
da de las Naciones Unidas a las
10:30 de anoche y dej caer en-
tre cinco y ocho seales lumi-
nosas. El avin desapareci en
direccin al norte sin dejar caer
ninguna bomba.
Hasta el momento ha sido im-
posible decir si el avin era de
un slo motor o de varios.
El avin vol sobre el campo
de avanzada y el tren de la
prensa a unos dos mil pies de
altura dejando caer seales lu-
minosas que alumbraron todo el
campo.
Los miembros de la prensa
que se encontraban en el tren
opinan que el avin se aceic
al campo de avanzada desde el
noreste, o sea la misma direc-
cin hacia la cual sigui des-
pus de haber dejado caer las
seales.
El incidente ocurri poco de>-
pus que los comunistas se ^-'.e-
jaron de que antes del amane-
ce! de ayer, un avin norteame-
ricano haba vuelto a violar la
neutralidad de Kaesong al dejar
caer dos bombas cerca del cuai-
tel central de la delegacin co-
munista.
Esta acusacin sigui a otra
de que dos policas comunistas
fueron muertos y otro herido
por 10 soldados sufeoreanos
dentro de la zona neutral de
Kaesong el Jueves-
El ltimo informe de propa-
ganda dice que las bombas ca-
yeron a menos de 2,000 pies del
cuartel del General Nam II en
la villa de Ping Ko Tong, a dos
millas al noroese de la ciudad
neutral" de Kaesong.
Cantar maana en
Mara Inmaculada
el Padre Mojica
El 'BUR' adjudica 61 casas
en la nueva barriada de la
Urbanizacin de Juan Daz
Sesenta y un peticionarlos
fueron favorecidos provisional-
mente con adjudicaciones de
casas de la nueva urbanizacin
de Juan Diaz Nmero 1, segn
inform a la prensa esta ma-
rrana el Gerente del Banco de
Urbanizacin y Rehabilitacin
en comunicado de esta fecha
que es del tenor siguiente:
Los peticionarlos incluidos en
la siguiente lista fueron clasi-
ficados provisionalmente como
elegibles. Por tal motivo, lo
mritos y necesidades alegados
en las solicitudes fueron de-
bidamente investigados y cali-
ficados por funcionarios del
BUR con el resultado de que
ells ganaron, en su orden, las
mas altas calificaciones y que
se les ha adjudicado, tambin
provisionalmente, el derecho a
tomar posesin de una casa
en dicha urbanizacin de Juan
Daz No. mediante el pago
de la primera mensualidad y
de los derechos notariales y de
registro.
Prximamente se anunciar
un nuevo concurso para la ad-
judicacin de las casas restan-
tes. Los peticionarios que no
fueron favorecidos en la pri-
mera adjudicacin pueden ob-
tener las explicaciones del ca-
lo en las oficinas del BUR.
Los triunfadores del primer
concurso deben Presentarse en
las oficinas principales del Ban-
co de Urbanizacin y Rehabi-
litacin, en la Avenida Justo
Arosemena, donde se les dar
las instrucciones del caso pa-
ra afianzar sus derechos.
1Yunda, Abraham
2Capuro, A. Moiss
3Alvarez, Carmen Vega D.
4Mayers, Eric Gladstone
5West, O. Cornelio
6Daz. Tereso
7Moreno S.. G. Pastor
8Rivera N., Alberto
(Pasa a la Pgina 8 Col 2)
Fue descubierta una
tumba en el foro
romano
ROMA, septiembre lo. Una tumba romana que se
cree es del siglo VII antes de
Jesucristo, fue descubierta en
el foro romano en el curso de
las excavaciones que se hicie-
ron en la zona cerca del Arco
de Augusto.
La tumba, que tiene forma
de un pequeo pozo, cubier-
ta con una pesadsima piedra,
contena una urna en forma de
pequeo globo, otro recipiente
en forma circular y un hueso.
Los peritos concedieron im-
portancia al nuevo descubri-
miento, diciendo que ser de
muchsimo valor para deter-
minar la forma y situacin
exactas del primitivo Foro Ro-
mano.
Epidemia conocida como la
garra del diablo azota el
estado de Tejas en los E.U.
Para evitarle una
pena a sus padres
abandon el hogar
"Con estas pequeas lne?s
me despido de ustedes. Fracuse
en la escuela y quiero evita, es
una pena con mi presencia. No
me busquen ni se preocupan
por mi, seria perder el tiempo,
b cuidarme muy bien"- Con es-
to carta escrita a sus padreo a:
saparecl de "su casa el Jueves
ia nia Rosarlo Adelina Her-
nndez, de 12 aos de edad y
residente en calle 5a., Ro A-
bajo.
Lo* padres de la nia, Aa.n
Hernndez y Rosarlo de Her-
nndez no han podido localizar
a su hija despus de varios ias
de Intensa bsqueda.
Ellos quieren hacerle saber a
au hija Rosario Adelina que un
fracaso en la vida no significa
naca, puesto que debe a i "ir
para Iniciar con nuevos br os
las nuevas tarea* encomer.ua-
das. Que no se afilia y que re-
grese pronto que ellos la eso--
ran con los brazos abiertos y
con la misma afeccin de
siempre.
BONHAM, Texas. Septiembre
lo. (UP) Una epidemia sin
precedentes de "pleurodinia
enfermedad parecida a la po-
liomielitis aunque menos vio-
lenta conocida como "garra col
diablo" est azotando la o-
aa de Bonham.
Las autoridades federales, es-
tatales y locales estn tomando
loda clase de medidas para
combatirla-
Los peritos en la enfermedad
cieen que el brote sin preceden-
tes pueden servir como Impor-
tante factor en la larga bal-i-
iia contra la temida parlisis
infantil. Explicaron que la epi-
demia ha ofrecido una opo;;u-
nldad sin paralelo, para estu-
diar la transmisin del virus
agente de la enfermedad, en
gran escala.
El Dr Joe A. Rlsser cairul
que "de cinco a ocho ..-U
casos de pleurodinia se han ;*
glstrado entre los 31,000 *--
dentes del Condado de Fanning
desde el lo. de Agosto, y unn
continan".
Agreg que hasta ahora no
se ha registrado ninguna mua-
tc, pero que las personas ataca-
bas por la enfermedad su.'im
mucho. La enfermedad ataca
lpldamente y hace subir la
temperatura hasta 40.$ grado.
Los dolores que produce mu
intenso en el pecho y el abdo-
ifasa a la P*. Coi. 1)
Grandes Incendios
forestales causan
daos en el Brasil
PORTO ALEGRE, septiembre
lo. (UP). Un gran incen-
dio que se inici hace dos das
en las florestas al Norte del
Estado de Rio Grande do Bul,
ya caus la muerte de una
mujer y ocho nios.
Sus cuerpos se encontraron
carbonizados en el interior de
una choza en la localidad de
Rio Da Vaca.
Las Hamas siguen devastando
las florestas del Municipio de
Torres, habiendo destruido ya
ms de 150 casas, mientras se
calcula que ms de mil reses
han muerto carbonizadas.
El Gobernador del Estado
llam nuevos refuerzos de la
brigada militar de bomberos,
mdicos, enfermeras y ambu-
lancias. Las llamas amenazan
tambin al Municipio de San
Antonio.
Llegan tambin noticias que
miles de campesinas estn a
la intemperie y que muchas
personas estn rodeadas por
las llamas en Villa Morro do
Cabo, cerca de Sierra Do Mar.
" '----------------
Arnulfo Arias pide
al Tribunal corrija
error del Fiscal lo.
Ayer en la maana el Dr. Ar-
nulio Arias, actualmente de-
tenido en la Crcel Modelo, se
dirigi al Segundo Tribunal del
Primer Distrito Judicial para
hacer presente que el Fiscal de
dicho Tribunal, seor J. M.
Vsquez. Daz, haba cometido
un error al dividir- la investi-
gacin de los sucesos ocurridos
del 7 al 10 de Mayo, ordenando
a un Fiscal de Circuito que to-
mara a su cargo una parte ae
dicha investigacin y retenien-
do para si exclusivamente la
parte que se refiere a las muer-
tes y lesiones ocurridas en la
Presidencia.
Se mantiene en dicho memo-
rial que por tratarse de la im-
putacin de delitos "colectivos"
y "conexos", debe haber un s-
lo proceso al tenor de lo que
ordena el Cdigo y que. por
tanto, no puede dividirse la in-
vestigacin, como lo ha orde-
nado el citado fiscal. Sr. Vs-
quez Daz.
Elige directiva
una comisin pro
Nacho Valds
La Comisin de espectculos
para levantar fondos para la
casa que ser obsequiada al pe-
riodista Nacho Valds, eligi al-
rectlva la cual qued integrada
asi:
Presidente, don Pablo Paz;
Tesorero, doa Olga R. de Mo-
eno; Secretarlo, Lorenzo San-
chez Galn.
La comisin comenz a actuar
inmediatamente y a trazar un
plan de actividades para el pre-
sente mes, el cual envuelve va-
rias funciones y espectculos.
La prxima reunin tendr
lugar el mart-s, para confeccio-
nar el programa y acordar la
fec'ia Despus de haber efectuado
una extensa jira por todos los
pases americanos se encuentra
de paso por Panam, Fray Jos
de Guadalupe, quien en un
tiempo fuera dolo del cine de
habla espaola y tenor de fa-
ma Internacional, conocido con
el nombre de Jos Mojica.
Fray Jos de Guadalupe est
tratando de organizar una com-
paa cinematogrfica para fil-
mar pelculas de fondo moral.
Con el objeto de recoger fon-
dos para el Seminario de Pa-
nam. Fray Jos de Guadalu-
pe ofrecer un concierto ma-
ana a las 8 de la noche en
el Colegio Internacional de Ma-
ra Inmaculada en la Avenida
Justo Arosemena. El precio 'de
admisin para el concierto de
maana es de un balboa.
Segn Informes obtenidos por
este diarlo, Fray Jos tratar
de extender su visita a Pana-
m hasta el prximo martes,
con el objeto de ofrecer otro
concierto a beneficio de orga-
nizaciones religiosas nacionales.
Debe cambiar la poltica
del Banco
Recrtanse las partidas
para la ayuda tcnica a
pases latinoamericanos
WASHINGTON, Septiembre lo.
tXJP) __ El Senado derrot ui.a
tentativa que ae hizo de agre-
gar seis millones de dlares al
proyecto de ley de ayuda ex-
Uanjera en el cual se estipula
que 15,250,000 sern deatlnauos
a la ayuda tcnica de los pases
latinoamericanos.
La enmienda al proyecto de
icy de ayuda extranjera propo-
niendo un aumento de 6,750,oro
dlares para el programa de a-
yuda tcnica fu presentada por
el Senador Demcrata George A.
Smathera y fu derrotada por
aclamacin.
Smather propona que se re-
dujera la cantidad que se desti-
narla a la rehabilitacin de Co-
rea, la cual no se espera que
sea necesaria en el futuro pr-
ximo.
El Senador Tom Connaay.
Piesldente de la Comisin de
Relaciones Exteriores, se opuso
1 a la enmienda. Admiti que La-
tinoamrica necesitaba ms a-
Ixncln mdica pero agreg que
"tambin hay mucha gente en
Estados Unidos que necesita a-
tencln m d 1 ca y no se la
damos"-
Inicia sus clases
Escuela de Ballet de
G. Heurtematte
La escuela de Ballet de GU-
dys Heurtematte ha vuelto a 1-
niciar sus clases para los resi-
dentes de Coln y Cristbal va-
ra el nuevo perodo 1951-1652
La Escuela Heurtematte est, a-
soclada a la Escuela de Baet
de Washington.
Las clases de bailes espaoles,
ballet y acrobacia tendrn log*!
los mircoles en la tarde y los
sbados en la maana en el
Club Interamericano de Muje-
res en Calle T y Avenida Me-
iciidez en donde podrn matri-
cularse los alu.i ios los das 1.
4 y 7 del preset., mes.
CIRCULACIN PAGADA
DE AYER MAS DF
22,100
A NUESTROS LECTORES
Por razn de los aumentos sucesivos en los cos-
tos de produccin para !a publicacin de peridicos,
especialmente en el precio del papel de imprenta, "El
Panam Amrica" y "The Panam American" se im-
primirn y se vendern separadamenter'a partir del
Lunes, 3 del presente mts.
Cada peridico se vender al detal a razn de
cinco centesimos de Balboa.
Editora Panama America, S. A.
El Alto Costo del Papel
Producir crisis para
los Grandes Diarios
NUEVA YORK, Sept. 1 (UP) El ltimo nmero de
"Fortune", uno de los grandes magazines de los Estados
Unidos, trae un anlisis de los costos de produccin de
peridicos y llega a la conclusin de que hay necesidad
de buscar nuevas frmulas para que el periodismo pueda
subsistir.
Lo causa de la crisis est en el alto precio del papel
de imprenta.
Afirma dicha revista que no hay esperanza alguna
de que bajen los precios, sino todo lo contrario.
El posto de construir nuevas plantas manufactureras
de papel y la adquisicin de bosques para esa industria
hace prever que no haya mucha oportun:dad para aumen-
tar apreciablemente la produccin.
Esto explica por qu las perspectivas no son hala-
gadores.
Evidentemente ser necesario aumentar las ratas o ta-
rifas de anuncios. .
Desde el punto de vista econmico los grandes diarios
americanos han llegado al fin de una era y para subsistir
tendrn que formular una poltica distinta, es decir for-
mulas econmicas ms acordes con las realidades^______
Es posible que el Senado vuel-
va a votar ms tarde sobre la
tevlsln de ayuda a Latinoam-
rica. El Senador Robert A. Taft
ha presentado una enmienda
c-ue eliminara la propuesta a-
slgnacln de 30.800,000 diaies
para al ayuda militar de la k-
mrlca Latina y 14,700,000 para
la ayuda tcnica.
Rechaz Evita la
candidatura a la
Vicepresidencia
BUENOS AIRES, Septiembre
lo. (UP) En una transmi-
ten radial de diez minutos la
seora Eva Pern notific sil
pas que no aceptaba la nomi-
nacin como candldata a la Vi-
cepresidencia de la Repblica.
Con una voz desacostumDia-
damente tranquila, pero diaina-
Uca, la seora dijo que tomaba
la decisin por su Ubre deter-
minacin. Despus de au dis-
curso el Consejo del Partido Pe-
icnlsta anunci que se nomina-
ba para la reeleccin al actual
Vicepresidente Hortenslo Qui-
jar, o-
Eva dijo: "No he tenido y no
tengo ms que una gran amol-
cin personal: que en ste capi-
tulo que la historia, con loa
seguridad, dedicar a Pern m
diga que a su lado habla un?,
mujer que llev al President
laa esperanzas del pueblo que
Pern convirti en realidad y
que esta mujer era llamada ca-
riosamente Evita por el puebio'.
Evita continu: "He decidido
no acompaar a Pern pero
continuar como su colaborado-
ra en la ms humilde posicu'.n
ue batalla".
No es posible integrar un
bloque poltico en Centro
Amrica en estos momentos
Entrevista concedida a "El Panam-Amrica" por
el Licenciado Alfonso Bauer Piz de la Dele-
gacin de Guatemala a la ECONOSOC
A continuacin publicamos una entrevista concedida
a un representante de este diario con el Lie Alfonso
Bauer Piz, quien actu como Delegado de la Repblica
de Guatemala a la Segunda Sesin Extraordinaria del
Consejo Econmico y Social de la Organizacin de Esta-
dos Americana. El Lie. Bauer Pls ha tenido destacada
actuacin en su pas durante el regimen que presidio el
F.x-Presidente Arvalo en cuyo gobierno desempe el
cargo de Ministro de Economa.
Considera posible la integracin de un bloque econmico y
ifaaa la Pag Col 1>
El Fiscal apela
del auto sobre
sucesos de mayo
El Fiscal Primero del Se-
gundo Tribunal Superior, Li-
cenciado J. M. Vsquez Daz,
pidi revocatoria del auto dic-
tado por el Magistrado Carlos
Guevara en el cual se ordena
una ampliacin de las sumarias
levantadas con motivo de las
muertes ocurridas en la Presi-
dencia el da 10 de mayo.
En su apelacin a la Corte
Suprema de Justicia, el punto
de vista del Fiscal se funda-
menta en el contenido del ar-
ticulo 2,147 del Cdigo Judi-
cial relativo a los elementos su-
ficientes necesarios para dictar
un auto de llamamiento a Jui-
cio.
Sostiene el Fiscal Primero oue
hablando ese artculo del "Tri-
bunal Competente" quiere ello
significar que la potestad de
ordenar la ampliacin de un
sumarlo po corre a cuenta de
un solo Magistrado sino el Tri-
bunal en pleno es el que debe
pronunciarse en el sentido In-
dicado.
El Fiscal Vsquez Diaz ter-
mina pidiendo la revocatoria
del auto proferido y que en
caso d no acceder a la soli-
citud lormulada apela en sub-
sidio.
ario
-------- v --------
"Slo debe hacerse prstamos
a personas que se dediquen
a la Agricultura y Ganadera"
Dicen los Industriales en memorndum que han
dado a la publicidad
El Sindicato de Industriales
ha recomendado al Ministerio
de Agricultura y Comercio, que
debe cambiarse la poltica de
prstamos del Banco Agrope-
cuario e Industrial y que los
prstamos deben hacerse sola-
mente a personas que se dedi-
quen en forma permanente a
la agricultura y a la ganade-
ra.
He aqu el capitulo que el
Sindicato de Industriales dedi-l
ca a este aspecto del mencio-
nado banco:
Poltica de prstamos: La po-
ltica de prstamos del Institu-
to debe ser reformada y traba-
jar de acuerdo con un presu-
puesto destinando partidas a
los diferentes tipos de prsta-
mos, agrcolas, pecuario y de
otras cras, prendarlos, etc. No
debe procederse a hacer prs-
tamos sin una Inspeccin ocu-
lar de un tcnico agrnomo o
de otro tipo, segn la clase
de prstamo, y sin que medie
una recomendacin en este
sentido, de parte del tcnico.
Tampoco debe suministrarse el
dinero totalmente sino por par-
tidas, dejando algunas dispo-
nibles para ser entregadas en
productos, como abonos, Insec-
ticidas, semillas, servicios me-
canizados, etc. y debe mante-
nerse al deudor bajo la direc-
cin y consejos de tcnicos, pa-
ra lograr mayor rendimiento de
la cosecha y mejorar loe pro-
cedimientos de cultivo. Seria a-
consejable formar colonias en
sitios apropiados para que loa
servicios lleguen al mayor n-
mero posible de agricultores. El
Instituto debe especializarse en
prstamos a los pequeos agri-
cultores, de no ms de B. 1-
000.00, debiendo ser el ms fre-
cuente de B. 250.00.
No deben hacerse prstamos a
personas desvinculadas a la a-
Tas la Pac a Col II \
Aprueba el Congreso Americano
partida de 5 mil 800 millones
para construcciones militares
WASHINGTON, Septiembre lo.
(UP) La Comisin de Servi-
cios Armados del Senado apro-
b un proyecto de ley autori-
zando construcciones militares
por 5.800 millones de dolare.'. LA
Comisin agreg 95 millones al
proyecto aprobado en la Cma-
ra Baja sin suprimir ninguna
asignacin aprobada all.
Entre laa adiciones figuran
23,400,000 dlares para una ba-
se area en el aerdromo Sey-
mour Johnson en Carolina del
Norte, la que no fu Incluida en
el proyecto de la otra Cmara
ix>r una controversia sobre su
loralizacin.
El proyecto es slo de autori-
zaciones y los fondos tendrn
que ser votados ms tarde.
La mayor autorizacin fu de
3C millones para almacenes muy
necesarios para las reservas de
materiales y armas en toos
Estados unidos- Tambin se a'i-
.orlz 4.117,000 para viviendas
ingentes en la base martima de
Quantlco, y 18,000,000 para la
base de unidad regimental de
combate de Infantera de Mari-
na en Hawaii.
El Senado tambin acord
permitir a los servicios milita-
res alquilar fincas hasta pv
23,000 dlares sin notificar a
las Comisiones del Congreso. El
mximo era hasta ahora de dirt
mil.
Robos por varios
miles cometieron
anoche los cacos
Varios robos fueron cometidos
en la ciudad anoche de acuer-
do con las denuncias presenta-
das a la Polica Secreta en la
maana de hoy. segn informa-
ciones suministradas a este dia-
rlo.
Al seor Roberto Estrlpeaut
le fu robado su carro Olds'
mobile 1950 cuando lo tenia
estacionado en Calle Colombia
No. 6. mientras l se encontraba
haciendo una visita.
El seor Juan Valds Mendo-
za puso un denuncio a la Po-
lica Secreta de un robo de 13
gallinas y un gallo fino de pe-
lea avalorados todo en 50 bal-
boas. En la denuncia el seor
Valds dice que los cacos visi-
taron su residencia en calle
Juan Mendoza No. 1 sin que 41
oyera ni "un cacareo".
Al seor Pedro Ameglio, ren-
dente en la Va Belisarlo Po-
rras No. 161, le fueron robadea
160 dlares mientras se encon-
traba ausente.
Miembros de una Sociedad de
Estudiantes comprometidos en
hurto por ms de 5 mil bis.
Con el producto del hurto pensaban realizar un
viaje a Berln a festival deportivo
Con 5 mil libras
socorre la Frutera a
unos damnificados
BOSTON, septiembre lo. (UP)
La United Fruit Company a-
nuncl que ella y su afiliada
britnica "Elders and Fyfes
Ltd." han contribuido cada una
con 5,000 libras esterlinas al
fondo del Gobernador para so-
correr a los damnificados por el
cicln de Jamaica.
Adems, el buque "Araguanl"
de propiedad de la compaa
y que sall de Bristol el 28
de agosto haba sido puesto
frevlamente a disposicin del
ondo de Socorro para trans-
portar los abastecimientos ne-
cesitados en la Isla.
El cicln que devast a Ja:
malea la semana pasada dej
la Isla en escasez de alimen-
tos y otros artculos de prime-
ra necesidad.
Ms de cinco mil balboas en
mercancas fueron hurtadas de,
un depsito del seor Vicente
L. Chin, de la Calle Estudiante
No. 2 por varios estudiantes de |
la Sociedad Asociacin Federa-
da del Instituto Nacional
(A.FI.N), con el objeto de reu-
t.lr fondos para hacer un viaje
al Festival Deportivo de Berln,
de acuerdo con informacin su-
ministrada a este diario por la
Polica Secreta Nacional.
Cinco estudiantes del Institu-
to Nacional se encuentran de-
tenidos v nueve ms estn li-
bres provisionalmente como re-
sultado de este escandaloso
hurto que la Polica Secreta ha
estado investigando desde hace
varias semanas.
En las declaraciones hecha a
la Polica Secreta por los estu-
diantes complicados en este
hurto refieren que recibieron
una lnv'tacin para concurrir
al Festival deportivo que se ce-
lebraba en Berln y por no te-
ner la sociedad fondos con que
enviar a sus delegados decidle- i
I ron, por sugestin de uno de I
| sus miembros.- dedicarse a sacar .
la mercanca de los deosltos
I del seor Chin, y recaudar los;
fondos necesarios para el viaje i
Con la ayuda de un miembro
de la sociedad, que es familiar,
del seor Chin y quien tena la
llave de los depsitos, lograronI
ir sacando la mercanca y lle-
vrsela a un cuarto que alqui-
laron cerca de Las Dos Palma-
ras en Rio Abajo.
Con las mercancas en su po
der se dedicaron a venderla a
bajo precio a los comerciantes
de la plaza. Los fondos que re-
caudaron en esta forma se los
fueron gastando en fiestas y ro-
pas, olvidndose del viaje a
Berln.
Declara el seor Chin, dueo
de los depsitos, que l se en-
contraba enfermo desde haca
algi-r tiempo por lo que no iba
a h xer au acostumbrado Inven-
ts-o la tienda.
a. v 'tlrse mejor en das pa-
. -s j visitar los depsitos se
U. .-uta que una gran can-
tld'J o- mercancas le hacia
fan *.i investigar pudo cons-
tatar i. un estudiante fami-
liar suj ; -a una de las perso-
nas que se dedicaba a sustraer
la mercanca.
La Polic.t Secreta al investi-
gar el "-i determin que no
solo era es'udlante mencio-
nado ti1-' estaban com-
plicado- en c .urto varios otros
compaei miembros de la
misma 8oc'-" estudiantil.
Entre la ncn-mcia encontra-
da en el depo. < y la que ha-
ban vendido estos jvenes, la
Polica Secret.'' avalor la cuan-
ta del hu.-o c B.5.a8*.54.
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' PANAMA AllKftA'- DtA*iO iNPrPCXPgNTT
SBADO, SEPTIEMBRE 1, 195!
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PanamaAmrtca
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[DITO** PANAMA AMERICA. A.
TtiaroNO 2-<)T40 'ClIOMI "iVo> ""' Porral No 134
CM *U* llliH aiTUAOO* K tTA CIUOAO. Cll.I M. No. f.7
EL FOMENTO DEL TURISMO EN PANAMA
Es una verdad admitida que nuestro pas tie-
ne tu.gnir.eas oportunidades para derivar grandes
ven ajas del turismo. Pensndose en eso fue crea-
do un impuesto para el comercio con el fin de usar
esos fondos para hacerle propaganda en el extran-
jero a las atracciones tursticas panameas.
Nadie puede negarsin faltar a la lgica y a
la experienciaque la propaganda internacional es
un factor determinante para entusiasmar a los tu-
ristas con relacin a determinado pas. Por eso en
las grandes ciudades se encuentran oficinas espe-
ciales de muchas naciones, las cuales tienen por ob-
jeto trabajar exclusivamente en suministrar datos
y dar facilidades a los viajeros que desean visitar
l pas representado en cada caso por las mencio-
nadas oficinas.
El impuesto que en Panam se cobra a los co-
merciantes para incrementar el turismo asciende,
segn tenemos entendido, a ciento sesenta mil bal-
boas anuales. Pero parece que. de acuerdo con el
presupuesto de gastos, se invierten en estas activi-
dades slo treinta y tres mil balboas. Si este dato
fuese cierto no cabe duda que habra en este caso
una seria irregularidad ya que la cantidad recau-
dada con el exclusivo propsito de fomentar el tu-
rismo es, como se ha dicho, mucho mayor que esa
suma.
Sera bueno que las autoridades competentes
investigaran acerca del balance que debe haber en-
tre la suma recaudada por el impuesto del turismo
y lo que en este rengln del presupuesto de gastos
est sealado. Quizs podra suceder que el dato
sobre los gastos abarque otras erogaciones com-
plementarias.
Sea ello como fuere el tema del fomento del
turismo de parte del Gobierno Nacional merece
siempre un adecuado estudio. Panam, mediante
una metdica campaa de propaganda dentro y
fuera del pas, podra lograr un mayor movimien-
to turstico, especialmente ahora que dispone de
un l'otel de fama continental.
de WASHINGTON
Pe DREW PEARSON
El Senador Alexander Wiley dice: Las contradicciones de
Washington hace que la cabeza de uno d vueltas.
Y pensar que inventamos la plvora
WASHINGTON. Algui\as
veces el Carrusel de Wasnlng-
Loi gira tai rpidamente y
cambia de direcciones tan a
menudo que los observadores se
sienten un poco mareados y
contusos tratando de seguirlo.
Las contradicciones de cier-
tos altos dirigentes de la po-
ltica en Washington pueden
hacer dar vueltas la cabeza
hasta de un experto.
B6tas contradicciones nos ha-
cen recordar muchas Alicias en
el pais de los enredos.
Ustedes creen, por ejemplo,
que la actual administracin
oemcrata es 'liberal" y que
sus opositores republicanos son
"reaccionarlos"?
En caso afirmativo, estudien
esto:
GAS: Ustedes, los consumi-
dores, van a tener que pagar
an ms por el gas natural.
Cmo. Bueno, den gracias al
gran Partido Demcrata y su
poltica "liberar' por las altas
tarifas.
Un Presidente Demcrata,
Harry Truman, haba velado la
ley que aumentaba las tarifas.
Muchos republicanos, como
yo, apoyamos y aplaudimos el
veto de Truman.
Ms tarde, sin embargo, tal
como lo Inform Drew Pearson
y otros, la Comisin Federal
de Energa (nombrada por el
propio Presidente! ech por
tierra el veto del Presidente y
la accin de la Corte Suprema,
eximiendo a los productores de
gas del control federal de ta-
rifas.
Pero ustedes creen que el
Presidente critic a la Comisin
por tal accin? No, definitiva-
mente, no.
El Presidente dijo que la de-
cisin de la Comisin no tenia
nada que ver con su veto an-
terior, aun cuando ech stt-
por tierra.
Asi que aqu tenemos a un
buen demcrata. Harry Tru-
man, dndole palmadltas en la
espalda a otros buenos De-
mcratas que apualaron por
la espalda sus propias medidas.
Creen ustedes que esto tie-
ne sentido comn. Claro que
no.
Ms an, los Republicanos a
quienes el Presidente ha ata-
cado en repetidas ocasiones di-
ciendo que no estn Interesa-
dos en el pueblo, en el con-
sumidor, fueron los que lu-
charon para proteger al con-
sumidor de este aumento de
tarifas.
Baile de mscaras similar a
un cuento de hadas celebran
en Venecia 1.500 invitados
Veterano de guerra
mata a un profesor
Colombiano en E.U.
KANSAS CITY, septiembre lo.
(UP). Richard Donaldson, de
- aos de edad y veterano de
la segunda guerra mundial, de-
clar que "no lamentaba" ha-
ber dado muerte a tiros al
profesor universitario colombia-
no Alfredo Ortiz Vargas y a
una anciana negra.
Donaldson haba "sentencia-
do a muerte" a otras cinco
personas cuando Inici ayer su
ola de crmenes, pero la r-
pida actuacin de la polica
Impidi que pudiera llevar a
cabo esas "sentencias".
El joven ex-soldado charl
tranquilamente con los perio-
distas y en ocasiones se ri
mientras estaba sentado en la
antesala del Tribunal en donde
fue acusado de asesinato.
En su declaracin, Donaldson
dijo: "No lamento que los otros
escaparan. Creo que ya cau-
s bastante dolor. Pero creo
aue el dolor causado a esas dos
familias (las de sus victimas)
compensar en alguna medi-
da el dolor que ellos me cau-
saron.
Donaldson relat tranquila-
mente cmo haba hecho cin-
co disparos contra Ortiz Var-
gas, de 56 aos de edad y pro-
fesor de idiomas en la Uni-
versidad de Kansas City, y c-
mo momentos ms tarde haba
dado muerte a la seora Eliza
Lay, de 77 aos de edad, de
ra/a negra.
Al lersele el pliego de car-
gos, Donaldson primero se de-
clar culpable. El Juez Ber-
nard Genfkow. le explic que
si se declaraba culpable, por
ese mismo acto renunciaba a
la llamada audiencia prelimi-
nar. Donaldson manifest que
deseaba que se celebrara esa
audiencia y entonces se decla-
r Inocente.
PARIS, Septiembre lo. Jamas
en el siglo XX, una fiesta social
mundana dar tanto que decir
a la crnica internacional como
ei baile de mscaras que dar
en Venecia, Charles Beistegujr,
'Charlie", para sus invitados,
en el Palacio Labia.
Ese palacio admirable, ya a-
tetado por el tiempo, fu com-
piado por Beisteguy hace dos
aos resucitndolo verdadera-
mente, no sin tener que gastar
algunos centenares de millones
de liras.
Los frescos de Tlpolo, en
particular, que adornan el gran
^aloii fueron por entero esUu-
ados, gracias a l. por artigas
tit. los museos nacionales- Ena-
morado del arte, reuni en ese
palacio obras de las ms pre-
ciosas de sus colecciones, dise-
minadas en Mxico, Francia e
Italia. Esto viene de familia su
to, en efecto, Carlos Beisteguy,
fue quien leg al Louvre, nuce
algunos aos esa prestigiosa co-
leccin de pinturas, principal-
mente de Goya, Velsquez, y el
Greco, de la cual se reserv. Pa-
ra este baile que debe reconsti-
tuir una fiesta veneciana del si-
glo XVIII. 1.500 invitaciones .r.
sido repartidas por todo el mun-
do, en Roma. Washington, Pars,
Londres y otras capitales.
En cuanto a los trajes, aun-
que se haya guardado gran se-
creto, se sabe que el multimillo-
nario argentino Arturo Lp.z,
gast veinte millones para i
au esposa y algunos amigos, en-
tre ellos, los de la embaja"a
chin.
La costura francesa que cf.te
baile ha puesto en actividad, es-
tar representada por chtsiUn
Dior y Jacques Fath. Se iabH
mucho tambin de la saya Ue
trocado que revestir la vizcon-
desa Maria Laura de Noailies,
la cual har su entrada en una
gndola cargarla de msicos-
Todo el "armonlal" de Fran-
cia ha sido convidado lo mismo
claro est, que el de Italia. L?.
presencia del ministro italiano
i.il interior, Mario Scelba con-
ferir al mismo tiempo a ese
baile un carcter oficial. Final-
mente, para que toda Venecia
pueda concurrir o mejor parti-
cipar, una fiesta popular .era
dada en la misma noche del
fastuoso baile en las calles si-
tuadas en los alrededores i-d
palacio, por su generoso anfi-
trin. Desde hace algunas se-
manal no se encuentra una ha-
bitacin libre en los grandes lio-
teles de Venecia.
ESTAMPAS DE LA CALLE
RIFA del Magisterio Panameo Unido
M'MEROS EXTRAVIADOS EN LA RIFA
DEL MAGISTERIO PANAMEO UNIDO:
6439 3539 2036 1055 7318 2180 3627 5663
1968 1992 6342 5871 7696 3324 7674 7654
3303 3182 9962 5401 4900 2630 5789 7662
2601 2075 9772 3625 1034 3444 6727 5652
5684 2976 1108 0817 6267 9754 9599 3609
5060 5901 8117 1133 5688 9671 3900 4881
0424 9018 8950 7293 2495 4684 7997 1172
7848 5441 2609.
Buen
rVhisky
UOO ItM-mM^M
Escocs
tim CAMPAN*
Por la Dra. Concha Pea
La estampa de hoy, no re-
fleja actualidad de sentido na-
cional. El gesto magnfico de
una india norteamericana, es el
objeto de nuestra emocin a-
hora.
El lugar es el Cementerio de
Sioux City en el Estado de
iowa.
En este santo lugar, un dia
del mes de agosto de 1S51 se
Iba a enterrar a un valiente,
John Rice, muerto en Corea.
Pero el cadver era de un
piel roja.
Por solo esta causa, las au-
toridades civiles y eclesisticas
de la ciudad, impidieron que
fuera sepultado el cuerpo del
hroe indio.
Se oponan porque la vieja
tradicin del vecindario soste-
na que aquel camposanto era
solo para gentes de raza blanca.
Ante la protesta de unos po-
cos, la maxima autoridad del
lugar declar que solamente au-
torizara que fuera' enterrado
el piel roja, si la esposa firma-
ba un documento en el que a
fe de juramento sagrado deca
que John Rice tenia algo de
sangre blanca.
La desventurada mujer, ne-
gse a firmar aquel papel que
86 le presentaba y que a su
I Juicio Infamaba la memoria de
su querido esposo. Abundantes
I lgrimas coman por sus ojos,
mas serenndose repentinamen-
te alz la voz con enrgica en-
tonacin: "Si no queris ente-
rrarle en esta necrpolis de
blancos, dejadlo en el campo,
bajo la sombra de un rbol,
cerca de un rio, al lado de una
fuente, lugares que l am...
yo cabar con mis manos la fo-
sa para enterrar al hombre que
dl su vida por honrar a su
patria. Cuando se alist para
defender el prestigio america-
no en las lejanas tierras de
Corea, nada Import su con-
dicin de indio..."
Estas hermosas palabras sa-
lidas del corazn de aquella
mujer desgarrada por tantos
dolores, no caus ninguna Im-
presin en las autoridades de
la ciudad de Sioux
El cadver encerrado en un
humilde atad fue trasladado
a una funeraria de South Sioux
City.
El Presidente Truman, al te-
ner conocimiento por la pren-
sa de este caso extraordinario,
dicen que se indign y que or-
den de inmediato que el sar-
gento John Rice fuese ente-
rrado con honores militares en
el Cementerio de Arlington en
Washington, lugar destinado a
guardar los restos de los h-
roes americanos.
El gesto del Presidente nor-
teamericano nos ha conmovido,
pues demuestra su sentido hu-
mano e Inteligente al dar tal
leccin a un pueblo que acusa
Ignorancia y ostenta prejuicios
de edades remotas y de super-
cheras.
Cundo va a terminar en el
mundo esa vergonzosa divisin
de pastas?
Todos los hombres somos
iguales. Asi lo dicen y predican
las religiones que encabezan la
civilizacin.
Iguales ante Dios, para quien
nada significa el tono de la piel.
El corazn de todos los hom-
bres es igual de color.
Johnnie Walker
U. j j^, 4, t*..*i* 7 > > ....."
la* Wmtk Watkat m mhm saamparabaa.
Wajk. Wfc-kj MM** W 1
_ aiu. MS <- OBM CONTRA TODO INSECTO
PANTOX
ES MAS BARATO Y MEJOR
solictelo en cualquier
tienda o farmacia.
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Imparta Fulgor y Lozana
A Sus Labios
AVISO CONCURSO DE PRECIOS
La Seccin de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
i Hacienda y Tesoro recibir propuestas cerradas hasta las
.eve en punto de la maana del dia 10 de Septiembre
. d-l ao en curso por el suministro de ARTCULOS PARA
I ESCUELAS Y MATERIAL DE A8EO para uso de las Escue-
las Primarlas y Secundarias de la Capital.
Las especificaciones sern entregadas a los interesados
durante las horas hbiles de oficina.
Panam, 24 de Agosto de 1951.
/
JOS AROSEMENA G.
Jefe de Materiales y Compras.
Lpices labiales, en
seis tono*. Crema
colorete en los
mismos tonos.
Cosmtico para las
pestailas, en tres
tonos.
--*"
11 LPIZ IAB.AI DE lA VUJEB BONITA
Lea "El Aviso Oportunor
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da to vnto Na* a* eaolrataa y
(aHiat*. ketta al rtoaMiwaata
a la vida i* la partananaad raal,
aolartor a la lirtkia, ajaa aba
tu arifiaal aaaataatiaa a) aatar.
ENTREGA ESPECIALSmoky, el nico mascota de loe bombero!
de Cincinnati, entrega una orden a la panadera. Cuando el pan
sea despachado, Smoky lo llevar al cuartel. El perro tambin
rs un vivo. Recoge pedazos de papel en la calle y los trae a la
tienda como si fueran nna orden, ganndose una galleta por la
gracia._______________________________________________m
Franco ofreci autonoma al
Marruecos Espaol para as
conquistarse al mundo rabe
NACIONES UNIDAS, Nueva
YORK, septiembre lo. (UP)
Fuentes informadas dijeron que
Espaa ha ofrecido la autono-
ma a -Marruecos Espaol con
el fin de ganarse la amistad
del mundo rabe y fortalecer
la posicin del gobierno del Ge-
neral Franco en futuras nego-
ciaciones diplomticas.
En fuentes diplomticas se
dito que funcionarios espaoles
y los lderes nacionalistas ma-
rroQuies iniciaron negociaciones
r<''i:o?nciales <".i Tange- a
principle* del mes en curso.
Se dice que L| if5a estuvo re-
presentada en diras conversa-
c'.oic* por un alto oflciai mi-
litar enviado especialmente des-
de Madrid. Los representantes
marroques son miembros del
partido nacionalista Istiaqual,
que fue declarado Ilegal en Ma-
rruecos francs, as como re-
presentantes del sultn de Ma-
rruecos francs Ben Yousseu.
Negociaciones
Se inform que como base
para futuras negociaciones, el
oficial espaol propuso la par-
ticipacin de marroques en la
formacin del gobierno autno-
mo en Marruecos espaol. La
liga rabe recibi informacin
sobre las negociaciones y se
dice que mira las mismas con
simpata. El Departamento de
Estado de Estados Unidos tam-
bin recibi notificacin de
fuentes rabes y se tiene en-
tendido que el gobierno espa-
ol no desminti la noticia
cuando la Embajada norteame-
ricana en Madrid Interrog al
Gobierno espaol recientemen-
te sobre el particular.
"Qu aroma!
Qu sabor!"
Todo buen fumador
le dir lo mismo. En
los nuevo* cigarros
WHITE OWL utted
encontrar aroma y
suavidad sin igual!
Nunca que sepamos,
un cigarro tan rico
en sabor, ha sido
tan suave.
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tobllloa Inflamado*. Ud. puade lograr
all. lo caai Inatantnao da eato* ln-
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REPARTO A DOMICILIO

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SBADO, SEPTIEMBRE 1. 1951
n. PANAMA AMKKH'A DIARIO INDEPENDENT*
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PAGINA TRES

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Informes para esta seccin se reciben en la
Social
f\eda
ccin
de EL PAINAMA-AMERICA
Telfono J-195
HORAS: l:M a lf:M a.m.
Apartado 1S4
*-
Eldorado presenta a Tin-Tan
en "El Revoltoso" en solemne
pre-estreno el Mircoles y
Atasaja a to
Delegation Argentina
8.E. el Embajador de la Ar-
gentina en Panam, seor du.i
Julio A. Lpez Mui'iiz y seora
dona Marta Surez de U>w
Mulz, reunirn esta noche ti.
su residencia a los miembros
de la Delegacin Argentina a la
Segunda Sesin Extraordinaria
del- Consejo Interamericano,
Econmico y Social de la Orga-
nizacin de los Estados America-
nos, f)r. Ovidio Shiopetto, Dr.
Antonio Cafiero, Dr. Alberto
Argento, Dr. Diego Baamonde y
a los seores don Jos Bares,
don Jess P. Arias, don Pedio
A Gulliano, don Adolfo P. *-
cu y don Hugo Rodoulfo, y los
agasajarn con una cena Infor-
mal. Tambin ha sido invitado
un pequeo grupo de sus amis-
tades.
Comida
En honor de la seora doa
Consuelo de Castro Gmez, es-
posa de S.E. el Embajador de
Venezuela en Panam, quien
sigui ayer para Montreal Ca-
nad, la seora dona Marta
Surez de Lpez Mulz, esposa
de S.E. el Embajador de Argen-
tina en Panam, ofreci una
comida intima en su residencia
situada en Campo Alegre. Asis-
tieron los miembros de la Em-
bajada d Venezuela y Argen-
tina y un pequeo grupo de la
sociedad panamea.
tmida
El seor don Alvaro Bernal.
Auxiliar del Protocolo, ofreci
anoche en su residencia una
elegante comida en honor de
los miembros 'de la Delegacin
Mexicana a la Segunda Sesin
Extraordinaria del Consejo In-
teramericano, Econmico y So-
cial de la Organizacin de los
Estados Americanos.
sajo un numeroso grupo de sus Aniversario de Matrimonio
amistades.
Almaerto en el Hotel
El Panam
Para agasajar a la seorita
Raquel Hernndez P o 1 a n c u
quien pasa una temporada en
la capital como husped de sus
hermanos el seor don Octavio
Mndez Guardia y seora doa
Marina de Mndez, un grupo
de sus amistades le ofrecer
hoy un almuerzo en el Jomei x..
Panam.
Hasta Lexington, Virginia, lu-
gar donde residen, hacemos lle-
gar nuestras cordiales felicia-
cones al seor Rogelio de !a
Guardia Lyons y seora Mireya
Morgan de de la Guardia, quie-
nes cumplen en esta fecha sU
primer ao de casados.
Buffet Danzante
Barbacoa
El seor don Paul Kowalchik
y seora doa Augela Guardia
de Kowalchik, agasajaron ano-
che a un numeroso grupo d
sus amistades, con una alegre
Barbacoa que tuvo lugar en u
nuevo y lujosa residencia en
los Altos del Golf.
Almuerzo en el Hotel
El Panam
Para celebrar el cumpleaos
dj la nia Marta Gonzlez Re-
villa Jurado, sus padres el HD.
don Alejandro Gonzlez Revl-
Ha y seora doa Edlsa Jura-
do de Gonzlez Revllla, ofrece-
rn maana en el Hotel El Pa-
nam un almuerzo seguido de
bao en la piscina, a un grupo
de veintids amlguitas. ,
De los Estados Unido
Presentamos nuestro cordial
saludo de bienvenida al dlstin- semena.
Cambio de Residencia
El Dr. Joaqun Fernando Fran-
co Jr. y seora doa Blanza
Vasquez de Franco, han fijado
su residencia en la Calle 7a.
Altos del Golf, en donde se en-
cuentran a las rdenes de sus
amistades.
Cumpleaos de Hoy
Sra. Olga Zubieta de Oiler
Srs. Blgica Quijano de Mu-
rcies.
Sra. Lucie.Gambottl de Pert*
Sra. Lolita Dcnls de Gonzlez
Srta. Carmen Mrquez.
Srta. Tania Zubieta Arias
Dr. Luis Vallarlno
Nia Nanette Boyd Obarrlc
Nia Loris del Carmen Cas-
tro Vsouez.
Nia Lourdes Aurora Castre-
lln.
Nia Lolita Donado Pinzn
Nunca nadie ha pasado los terribles, los espantosos apuros do
TIN-TAN. en su ltima y sensacional pelcula "EL REVOL-
TOSO". Como se mete siempre donde no le llaman, y en lo
que no le importa, acostumbra salir a empellones de todas
partes. La fotografa muestra con todo su realismo una de
esas situaciones apuradas...! Se meti a dar clases de boxeo
y sali "apaleado"...! "EL REVOLTOSO", es la ms fants-
tica pelcula de TIN-TAN...! Es su mxima realizacin...!
El Teatro Eldorado la presentar eon los mximos honores en
una funcin de solemne pre-estreno el prximo mircoles.
Cumpleaos de Maana
Sra. Mercedes Zubieta de Aro-
guldo Arquitecto Edward D.
Stone, quien procedente de los
Estados Unidos, pasa una corta
temporada en la capital, hus-
ped del Hotel El Panam.
Srta. Nora Vsquez Diez.
Dr. Eduardo A. Chiari Jr.
Sr. Ascanlo Manuel Alemn
Joven Juan Blau Jr.
Nia Giovanna Benedettl Ve-
lasquez.
Sr. Roberto Cedeo.
Tambin se encuentra de nue-
vo en Panam, procedente de
los Estado* Unidos, en donde i comnromiso
pasaron unr larga temporada i^aP"1"
veRy^oCraMl1r,e,S^losl,uosJpabl0 M Sr Alfredo sasso y Seo-
Lr S pJ2,V V hlJos dl **- de San Jos de Costa Rica,
nor don Pablo Duran y seora -
Orlando Saldarrlaga Jr.
Con motivo de celebrar hoy su
cumpleaos hacemos llegar a
nuestra dilecta amiga doa Ly-
dia S. Barcenas nuestros votos
por su ventura y dicha perso-
nal.
Agasajo
Esta noche tendr lugar una
Sociales de Coln
Por JUDITH BERTONCIN1
Tel. 43 Aptdo 1(04
Felicitacin
El dia 30 de agosto celebr
sus natales el seor Femmv
!fiuraBse *s asa- ssnss tsS
don* Far.ny Jaeger de Duran.
Los saludamos atentamente.
A bordo del avin de la Bra-
niff que debe llegar a las 2.00
a.m., llega a la capital a pasar
una temporada con sus tos, el
seor Jorge Luis Quirs. Lo sa-
ludamos.
El Dr. Ernesto Zubieta y se-
ora doa Elida Maria Arias de
Zubieta. ofrecern esta noche
en los amplios salones del Club
Unin un elegante Buffet Dan-
zante, en honor de su hija se-
orita Tania Zubieta Arlas, con
motivo dt celebrar hoy sus dtez
y seis aos. Asistir u este aga- p"ra Centro Amerfea
Despus de haber pasado una
temporada en la capital, siguie-
ron por la via area para San
'Salvador, lugar de su residen-
- cir, el seor don Jorge de Mena
Ariz y seora doa Dolly L. de
Mena Ariz. Los despedimos.
CASPA
Tara limpiar la caspa j calmar la picajn
laye iu cabria y la dr ana moa coa la .po
roda-champ Pioiina. Picazonea en la cabra:
j el cuerpo; rnipcioae.i larca en la piel, am
Nan r rajadura* en loa pii. Piojina lai.
ripia. Deitru>e pariiitos en la cabria f^
-fttea velloiai. Compre PIOJINA en bot'-
esposos Palomo-Corinaldi con
motivo de celebrar el cumplea-1 nr^in*rnno
os de la Sra. Thelma Corinaldi ,;
de Palomo y su hijlta Thelma.
hIn"an"clado eT rampromba iNo mu,y fato registrar este
matrimonial de su hija Srta dobl acontecimiento y desearles
muchas felicidades.
en donde reside, nuestras fe-
Vera Sasso. con el caballero
Geoffrey M. Osorlo de la clu-
dpd de Panam. El seor Osorio
es hilo del Sr. Hubert Osorlo
C. y seora, de San Jos, Costa
Rica.
Con una flestedta que !e
brindarn sus padres, celebra
hoy su siete aos el jovenclto
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores programas
Siguieron esta maana para
San Jos, Costa Rica, la seora
Helen de Agulrre acompaada
de su hijo Horacio Aguirre Jr.
Grato oaseo les deseamos.
aparecer coa
el tratamiento
del
JABN T
mOINTO
al*
IN
MARaNA
MAANA
APARECE
HABLEMOS
del HOGAR y
de la MODA
MIESTM
YA POr.LAA
IMPLEMENT!
FEMENINO
mamo
noy
uaonA
Para Sor Amrica
Despedimos atentamente a la
seora doa Fina Jaeger de i
Lattimer, ouien acompaada de i
su hija Catalina, sigui hoy nor
la va area para Caracas, Ve-1
nezuela. lunar de su residencia,
despus de haber pasado una
corta temporada visitando a sus
hermanos el seor don Pablo I
Duran y seora doa Fanny!
Jaeger de Duran.
Para Taboca
Siguen hoy para la bella Isla
de las Flores a pasar unos das
de descanso, el seor Rogelio
Daz Jimnez y su seora Car-
men Fbrega de Daz, y las se-
oritas Mary Watson Fbrega
Teresita Galindo Mrquez, v I
Emilia Fbrega Goyta. Muy
grato paseo les deseamos.
Abandon el Hospital
Acompaada de su robusto
nio abandon hoy la Clnica
Ban Fernando la seora doa
Btela de Haseth de Chiari. Una i
vez ms felicitamos a los dicho- [
sos padres.
Su nombre es patrimonio de calidad. Su fabricacin
precisa y acabado esmerado es herencia de muchos
aos de experimentaciones.


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PANAMA:
DE VENTA EN:
COLON:
Casa Zaldo Joyera Porras
Librera Preciado Nove- John Surany
dadri Morrison La Oficina
Moderna Snchez y Herra-
ra Servicie Lewis.
Represntale* CA. ATLAS, S. A.
DAVID:
Julia C. Contrrras
a. Gonzlri Rrvllla y Ca
Librera Rrgional
Arlatldrs Romero
Cumpleaos de hoy
La seora Mara Hill Prez
de Senz, esposa del seor Eva-
risto Saenz, se ver hoy muy
felicitada por sus numerosas
amistades por celebrar su cum-
pleaos. Unimos nuestras con-
gratulaciones a las muchas que
reciba.
La nllta Zeomara de Lurde
Prado suma hoy sbado un
ao ms de vida. Que los pase
muy contenta y que cumpla
muchos ms son nuestros me-
jores deseos.
Felicitamos al nio Juan Luis
Ventura Jr., quien rodeado de
sus padres seor Juan Luis
Ventura y seora, celebr un
ao ms de vida.
Disfrute de momentos
Inolvidables......





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Compromiso Llorach-Smith
Esta noche en reunion fami-
liar, se celebrar el compromi-
so matrimonial de la seorita
"Chichi" Llorach y el Joven
norteamericano seor Richard
Smith.
Enviamos nuestras felicita-
ciones a esta simptica pare-
ja y hacemos votos porque muy
pronto vean realizadas sus ms
caras aspiraciones.
i
Hospitalixada
Fue sometida ayer a una ope-
racin en el Hospital Amador
Guerrero la seorita Xenla Ber-
toncini Fawcett. Pronto y com-
pleto restablecimiento le desea-
mos.
Cumpleaos de hoy sbado '
El gracioso niito Alberto Jo-
s Ecker Jr., hijo del hogar del
seor don Alberto Ecker y se-
ora doa Olga Morales de
Ecker, festeja su cumpleaos en
esta fecha. Por este medio le
hacemos llegar nuestro calu-
PIATA
Pedro A. Moralas y seora Tel-
ma Vankwartel de Morales.
Formulamos votos porque ce-
lebre muchsimos aos con sa-
llud y bienestar.
os place registrar el cumple-
aos del niito Francisco Lo-
polito, "Nene" como le llaman
en el hogar, hijo de los conoci-
dos y respetables Sra. Teresa de
l.opolito y Sr. Plises Lopolito.
"Nene'' invita con tan sealado
motivo a todos sus amie/nltos a
una fiestecita que le ofrecern
sus padres en su residencia, en
el da Domingo.
Carnavalito esta noche
en el Mnaro
No deje de asistir al gran
carnavalito de beneficencia que
se llevar a efecto esta noebe
de las S hasta las 5 de 1
maana, auspiciado por los erf*
tusiastas miembros del club soi-
ra! Los Tigres. La entrada eos
tara solamente un balboa para
caballeros. Amenizar este fes-
tival la orquesta de Armando
Boza y habr sorpresas a gra-
nel, adems de una revista da
variedades que- comenzar a las '
11.30 p.m.
roso saludo.

Celebra hoy su tercer ani-
versario de nacimiento el nllta
Daniel Alexander Austin, hijo
del hogar formado por don
Luis Alexander Austin y seora
Lolita de Austin. Que cumpla
muchos ms llenos de felici-
dad.
Celebra hoy sbado su pri-
mer ao de venturosa existen-
cia, el niito Esteban Antonio
Morales, hijo del hogar de don
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14 PANAMA AMERICA OTARIO INDKPKNDIENT1
RABAPO. SEPTUMBRE 1, 1*51
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rit ion
- Instituto de Nutricin de Centro Amrica y Panama -
Vitaminas: Alimentos ricos en Vitaminas
Entre lew alimentos cuyo con-
tenido de Vitamina C es muy
alto estn la guayaba, mango,
maraen, nance y todas las fru-
tas ctricas en especial la na-
ranja y la mandarina; y entre
o que con ms frecuencia a-
parecen en nuestra dieta los to-
mates y miltomates son cons.-
erados como fuentes sobreca-
lientes de Vitamina C.
La flor da izote tiene una
cantidad alta de Vitamina C,
pero desafortunadamente o*ta
vitamina es fcilmente destrui-
da por lo cual ran parte del
contenido en los alimentos ve-
getales puede ser perdido en el
proceso de coccin como sucede
tambin eon el repollo y dilles
muy ricos en Vitamina C pero
que la mayora de veces no se
comen crudos sino son cocidos
antes de ser ingeridos.
La oxidacin, la sequedad y el
tiempo de almacenamiento son
otros factores que contribuyen
a. la destruccin de la Vitamina
C, por lo que vegetales y frutas
frescas son los alimentos idea-
les para suplir al organismo de
sus necesidades de Vitamina C
Ningn alimento de origen a-
ninial es fuente importante de
Vitamina C; la leche por ejera-
plo es muy pobre en esta vita-
mina, aunque recientemente se
ha encontrado que la leche de
as madres sometidas a una dic-
ta adecuada en Vitamina C es
cuatro o cinco veces ms rica
en esta vitamina que el re.-to
de las leches. Las carnes y el
hgado contienen cantidades
considerables en estado crudo y
usados en esta forma previenen
ei escorbuto en los habitantes
de reglones rticas.
Con la abundancia de plan-
tas comestibles y de frutas i>e
considera que es muy fcil al-
canzar en nuestras dietas nor-
males las cantidades recomen-
dadas de Vitamina ('.
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HORIZONTALES:
1Caudillo rabe.
.1Planta hortense.
J 8Pruebe un licor.
12Infusin suramericana.
13AUar.
)4Caudillo conquistador de
8lia.
15Antiguo esUdo verino de
Caldea.
1C- Mujer de Ullses.
18Del verbo someter.
SOParte que sobresale del
tejado. Pl
lMoneda italiana, Inv.
82Existir.
23Sogas o cuerdas.
16Nos dirigimos a un luga.-.
80Ortopeda, Abv.
tiLarva de ciertos Insectos.
13Remueva la tierra con el
arado.
4Flotar.
16Miembro de una secta Judia
38Semejante.
40Piedra lisa.
41Equipaje porttil.
44Pinzas quirrgicas.
47Reducir.
48Parte posterior del cuello,
oSirve para amarrar.
1Exista.
12El primer hombre.
$3Medida antigua de longitud.
Pl.
14Gorra militar.
15Sin compaa
VERTICALES:
tLetra castellana, Pl.
Contrario de bueno.
2Palacio oficial en Brasil.
4Bogador.
Relativa, a los cabellos.
Or.
7Pelos de ciertos animales.
8Enfermedad infecciosa.
9Pasin.
10Cubro.
11Existes.
17Ascensor.
19Que tiene temor de Dios.
23Mobiliario, Abv.
aDel verbo arar.
25Posesivo. Pl.
27Expresin argentina que
significa excelente.
28Del verbo orar
29Catedral.
32Embarcaciones de la
antigedad.
35 Capital europea.
37Fbricas, galicismo.
39Hogares.
41Volumen.
42Rey de Jud.
43Asociacin.
45Canoa mexicana.
46 Saludables.
48Circulo rgido de metal o
madera.
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AVISO DE LICITACIN
Por este medio se avisa a lot Interesados que el lia 27
de Septiembre de 1951. se efectuar la licitacin pblica para
la romtrurrion del Primer Edificio de Almacenamiento en la
Zens Libre de Coln.
Los planos ? especificaciones podrn retirarse en nues-
tras oficinas mediante el depsito de B 25.00.
EDIFICIO ARBOIX, COLON.
Celen. 17 de Ageste de 1151.
NOTAS PARA CONDICIONES DE PROPUESTA
1La propuesta deber ser acompaada con un bono de
propuesta, consistente en Bono de Ca. de Seguros. Bone
del Estado. Cheque Certificado o Efectivo por 10% del
Talar de su oferta.
2 El.proponen te cuya propuesta resulte aceptada, constitui-
r un nuevo Bono de Garanta >> Cumplimiento per el
total del Contrato.
ILas propuestas debern presentarse en triplicado y en
papel sellado.
Los gobernadores discutirn el
proyecto sobre Rgimen Municipal
Notas Agropecuarias:
Economizacin de Azufre en los Fertilizantes
v
La Cuarta Conferencia tendr lugar en AL MARGEN DE UN EDITORIAL
Santiago durante los das 8 y 9 pxmos.
Per Angelo Ferrari
Miguel Cayado
est preso en la
Crcel Modelo
Miguel Cayado, el cubano en-
causado por la muerte de Bo-
lvar Sucre se encuentra ac-
tualmente detenido en la Cr-
cel Modelo, segn dijo esta ma-
ana a "El Panam Amrica"
el Mayor J. M. Plnllla. al soli-
citrsele ms Informacin sobre
noticia aparecida en un diario
de la tarde que deca "Miguel
Cayado, quien dl detalles a-
cerca del secuestro y muerte de
Sucre < sin que se haya podi-
do encontrar su cadver) des-
pus de detenido fue puesto en
libertad y hoy se encuentra en
Cuba, lugar de su nacimiento".
Como se ha informado, el
Tribunal que conoce la causa,
ha fijado el da 27 de sep-
tiembre para la celebracin de
la vista oral, juzgndose en au-
sencia, a Enrique Reyes Do-
mnguez, quien probablemente
se encuentra en Mxico.
El prximo sbado se efecta-
la en Santiago la cuarta Con-
ferencia de Gobernadores de
Provincia, la cual constar de
dos reuniones, una de las Cuu-
l.s ser dedicada exclusivamen-
te a discutir el Proyecto de L-;y
sobre Rgimen Municipal.
El Ministro de Gobierno y
Justicia, doctor Miguel ngel
Ordez inform que los goucr-
nadores llevarn el pliego de
sugestiones hechas por los al-
caldes de la provincia, las cua-
les sern discutidas all, y lue-
go de aprobadas, se incorpora-
rn al articulado del proycc'o
tic Ley que el rgano Ejecut'.v.i
piensa presentar a la Asamblea
en los primeros das del mes d*
uctubre-
Tambin sern discutidos en
estas sesiones algunas medidas
claclonadas con las eleccin
del prximo ao. tema que fe
ha venido considerando en to-
i.n.s las conferencias de gober-
nadores, celebradas hasta aqui
fv "El A viro 0|m -tuno'
Bajo el rubro "El Tratado de
Fas con el Japn" hemos ledo
en la edicin del rotativo "La
Estrella de Panam" de fecha
30 del pasado mes de agosto
de este ao, un importante di-
sertar en lo relacionado con lo
que el dicho rubro-titulo seala.
Y en atencin a que hemos
sido solicitados en el particu-
lar de exponer nuestros puntos
de vista por lo que respecta
a habernos tocado ser lo Je-
faturador de la primera y ni-
ca misin diplomtica nacio-
nal panamea, en la imperial
Nipn-Tokio y la posible versa-
clon de los "asuntos del Asia"
es que nos damos a dar sa-
tisfaccin a dicha solicitud.
Dejando como premisa que
fuimos al Nipn con la reco-
mendacin de ver-estudiar cul
era la verdad nipona, en aque-
llos das que lo palpitante era
el 'Incidente de China" y lo
naturalmente aledao de la vi-
da poltica de ese pals, del cri-
santemo de oro que se enmar-
ca en lo vertical de lo Samu-
rai y lo potencial de la indus-
tria comercial: y. siendo lo re-
sultante un acopio del convivir
nipones en lo consiguiente de
lo democrtico, es que hemos
escrito bajo el titular "Recuer-
dos del Nipn" y "Al Margen
i del Mundo Americano". Cuyas
publicaciones lo han sido, prin-
cipalmente en "La Nacin" de
C. T., Rep. Com., y ello nos
ha merecido ser distinguidos
por la "International News",
etc., Expertos...!
Dado el hecho de que no
debemos-podemos ser ser In
extensi, nos limitaremos a si-
tuarnos en solo cinco puntos
de vista. Empero en todos ellos
habr lo primordial de tomar
las cosas como han sido y lo
son. Lo zenith de hoy y el ma-
ana defensivo del mundo a-
merlcano. Al efecto lo enume-
ramos como sigue:
El Nipn, fue al Incidente de
China y alevosamente a Pearl
Harbor, por el imperio de lo
dirigente militarista;
S. M. el Emperador nipones,
tuvo una fpbla por razn de
la unidad nacional que era, fue
'y posiblemente lo ser siem-
pre i de orgullo patrio con lo
mximo de morn* antes que e-
Jercer cualquier acto que pu-
diera ser considerado como co-
barda,'
La ldeologia-ldeario comunis-
t-sovletlzante, es cuestin, an-
tes que todo, fornea extraa,
en el concepto total de nipo-
nes (en las esferas Imperiales
y populares;
La firma del "tratado de paz"
y los "pactos de alianza" y a-
ceptacln de servir el territo-
rio nipones para como bases
militares, es una necesidad de-
fensiva y como tal la acepta
el pueblo-gobierno nipones, tan
rotundamente como es el com-
prenderse que si asi no lo fue-
ra no podran efectuarse tales
articulados internacionales. Muy
a la natural aceptacin que
proclam Su Majestad el Em-
perador Hlrohlto, al hablar en
Hiroshima el primer aniversa-
rio de haber ocurrido la ex-
plosin de la atmica. El acep-
t que fue un mal que pro-
pocion el bien de la paz.
LONDRES, septiembre lo.
La memoria anual, reciente-
mente publicada, de la cle-
bre estacin experimental de
Rothamsted, pone de relieve el
ritmo de la expansin agrcola
en la Oran Bretaa. El pasado
afto. se establecieron en Roth-
amsted y en la estacin de
Wobum. que de ella depende
2.058 parcelas experimentales, lo
que constituye el mayor nme-
ro utilizado hasta ahora. Las
investigaciones no se limitan a
problemas peculiares de las is-
las britnicas, sino a cuestio-
nes que son de Inters para to-
dos los pases.
Una de las secciones del In-
forme se refiere a los trabajos
realizados por el departamento
de qumica, en cuanto al au-
mento de la eficiencia y el uso
econmico de los fertilizantes,
asunto que ha adquirido grau
Importancia en vista de la pro-
babilidad de que contine la
escasez mundial de azufre. Di-
ce el informe que los estudios
de tiempo de guerra acerca d
los resultados de experimentos
sobre el terreno trataron la po-
sibilidad de racionar las cose-
chas y los campos para obte-
ner los mejores rendimiento*.
Muchas condiciones corrientes,
la proporcin de la aplicacin
de fosfatos, en viejas tierras
rabes que se encuentren en
buenas condiciones, puede re-
ducirse sin ser perdido para la
cosecha, y vanas clases de fer-
tilizantes, sin fosfatos solubles
en agua, pueden dar que se
aproximan a los obtenidos con
los superfosfatos, al menos en
suelos cidos.
Una serie de experimento
con silicofocfato. preparado me-
diante el calentamiento de so-
sa de fosfato con sosa calcina-
ca, y vapor, en un homo ro-
tatorio de coccin, ha demos-
trado que el sillcofoafato es tan
eficaz como el superfosfato .
a base de la misma cantidad
de fsforo para los nabos,
pero menos eficaz para las pa-
tatas. En un pequeo nmero
de experimentos, el slllcofos-
fate se ha mostrado mucho
menos eficiente nara lso ce-
reales ."En consecuencia aa-
de el informe el alllcofosfato,
convenientemente utilizado, o-
frece una manera de econo-
mizar cido sulfrico".
Se han realizado extensos ex-
perimentos sobre la manera ms
eficaz de colocar el citado fer-
tilizante. Los resultados tien-
den a mostrar que es venta-
joso situarlo en bandas. Junto
a,los surcos de siembra, en loa
casos de cosechas de rpido
crecimiento y raices superficia-
les; pero no se aprecian la
mismas ventajas en los casos
de cosechas de raices profun-
das, con una larga temporada
de crecimiento.
CON .iMilt, INGENIO.Hacia tanto calor, que los soldados norteamericanos en Corea hicieron
esta piscina con unas bolsas de arena. No hay duda, da que la necesidad afosa el ingenio.
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luz elctrica en esta poblacin
ha anunciado que, definitiva-
mente suspender ese servicio
en estos das en vista de que el
Gobierno Nacional no le paga
desde hace algunos mases. A-
grega el representante d dicha
compaa que entre el Mintit.-o
de Obras Pblicas y del d Co-
mercio e Industrias se osan
mutuamente la bola cada vh
{ue van a hacer- sus reclamos,
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2-0740
Libro Blanco sobro
la India publicado
por Estados Unidos
NUEVA DELHI. Septiembre lo.
LPi El gobierno de la Inols
advirti a los Estados Unidos
>iue no debe permitir que la ne-
gativa india de firmar el tratV-
c'.o de pas con el Japn "motive
asentimientos que podran In-
terponerse en la senda de la
comprensin mutua y la comu-
nidad de esfuerzos en el Asia'.
Al mismo tiempo la India re-
chaz la noticia del Palu.-t? n
obre las declaraciones de la
embajada india en Washington,
seora Vijalayalcshml Pandlt
Xthru, sta haba abogado por
la "reunin' de esos dos paires.
El gobierno indio, en un Li-
lao Blanco, en el que trato so-
bie la actitud asumida respec-
to al tratado de paz con el Ja-
pon, dijo que las diferencias -
xistentes entre los Estados U..i-
os y la India "son diferencias
en el mtodo de enfoque del
problema- Tsles diferencias de
opinin suelen ocurrir an enl.e
naciones ms amigas".
En cuato a las noticias del Pa-
kistn, el gobierno indio mai.-
! fest que lo que la seora Nchrn
,'nermana del primer mlnuc,
| dijo, fu que la India y el P*-
1 litan, a pesar de sus actuates
diferencias "se acercarn' i-
nalmente y "cooperarn en pen
: de sus propios intereses y de
la pas internacional".

Caja de Ahorros
lnititucin Gtranti*ada por el Etado.
Paga 2% de inters anual en depsito
de ahorros
DEPOSITO INICIAL: B.5.00
Efectismos operaciones de prstamo eon garantas d
primeras Hipotecas y prendas concrtales.
AHORROS DE NAVIDAD
Depsitos semanales de B .0.25; B .0.50: B .1.00
y .5.00, por un perodo de cuarentiocho (48)
tamaas.
Oficinas en Panam: Ave. Central essnina eep Calle "I"
Of ira as en Celen: Calle del Frente esajaiaa eon Call "a.

HORAS:

a.m. A 12:30 a.m. Sbados: I a.m. a 12 m.
0. A. De ROUX,
Administrador.
CARLOS MOUYNES V.
Sue-Adsninlstrader.
Sacnrsal en Coln.
RAPSODIA PANAMEA
el 3 DE SEPTIEMBRE a las 8 y 30 P.M.

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=
The Chase National Bank
of the City of New York
Total de recursos: ms de B. 5,227,000,000.00
Transacciones Sanearas en General
SUCURSAL EN PANAMA
SUCURSAL EN COLON
SUCURSAL EN CRISTBAL
SUCURSAL EN BALBOA
SUCURSAL EN DAVID
No$ Etpealiaamo en el Finandamiento de
Importacin v Fxportacione$

Porque el Gobierno no le
paga suspendern servicio
de luz en iodo Arraijn

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3 30 Intermedio popular
3:45 Carrera
Panamericana
7.090 Kcs
4:00 Intermedio popular
4:15 Carrera
4:30 Intermedio popular
4:45 Carrera
5:00 Intermedio popular
5:15 Carrera
HOY
PRESIDENTE
GRAN
XITO!
Un raudal de emociones
en una pelcula extraordi-
naria!... Las hermosas >
heroicas hazaas de un A
pstol de la Libertal...!

9 Arturo d Cordova
* Sarita Montes
* Garlos L Moctezuma
* Emilio Guiu
" Alfonso Bedoya, en
"FURIA ROJA"
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LA RED PANAMERICANA
presentar
el Lunes 3
a las 7y 30 P.M.
"Las Mejores Novelas del Mundo"
"SIEMPRE
TE ESPERARE


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Novela que escribe C. Lpez Gronnlng
5:45 Carrera
6:00 Intermedio popular
6:15 Carrera
6:30 Ronda musical
7:0 Graneles organistas del
mundo
7:15 El plano mgico
7:30 Nuestros artistas
7:45 Acordes porteos
8:00 11 Hit Parade
8:15 Msica tiplea panamea
8:30 Msica bailable
9:00 La Zarsuela del Sbado
10 :M Msica desde el hotel
El Panam
(control remoto)
10:30 Boleros favoritos
11:00 A bailar
12:00 Buenas noches
8:00
8:01
8:30
8:46
:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
10:46
MARAA DOMINGO
Buenos dias
Almanaque de la
Red Panamericana
Valses favoritos
Ritmos del Norte
Delicias tropicales
El concierto matutino
El cancionero de la
maana
Las Tra Guitarras
Programa CuHural de la
Lotera Nacional
11:00 Sorteo de la Lotera
Nacional
11:15 Mxico y su msica
11:30 Espaoleras
11:45 Msica variada
12:00 Msica de saln
12:30 Intermedio popular
12:S| La Fiesta Hpica de Hoy
narrador Eduardo Molino
1:00 Intermedio popular
1:15 Carrera
1:30 Intermedio popular
1:45 Carrera
2:00 Intermedio popular
2:15 Carrera
2:30 Intermedio popular
2:45 Carrera
3:00 Intermedio popular
3:15 Carrera
Muere director de
revista cubana en
accidente de auto
HABANA, Septiembre lo. (l/H)
El Representante en la i\-
niara y Presidente de la Fcae-
;acin Nacional de Traba];.un-
its Azucareros, Emilio Suri Cas-
tillo, muri en un accidente au-
tomovilstico cerca de Ciego de
Avila en la Provincia de Cama-
Sey.
Tambin result muerto el
conocido abogado de Camaguey
don Ral Ugariza y gravemente
herida su esposa Gloria Marga-
rita. Los dos hijitos del lder c-
zucarero resultaron heridos de
gravedad.
Emilio Suri Castillo diriga la
revista cubana "Gente"
La Tos del Asma
y Ahogos Aliviado!
En poco tiempo 1 nueva prescripcin
Manotea comanla > circular n I.
sangr aliviando tea oapaamoa y ali-
nos dal Alina y Brono.ultis. ata poco
tiempo poatbl. dormir blen^eapl-
rando libra y fcilmente Mandaco
daba aliviarlo, avon cuando au mal ata,
anticuo porqu. dl.ualv. y ramuav.
laa flemas y mocos que envenenaban
su organismo, minaban su energa,
arruinaban au salud y lo hnofan vera,
y sentirse prematuramente viejo.
Mandaco llene tanto xito qu. d a
Ins pacientes respiracin libra y fcil
en 14 boras. Pida Mandaco en cual-
quier farmacia hoy mismo y vea lo
bien qu. dormir cata noche y cunto
melor
sentir
maflana.
Caaeate al S'Snaejallli.e'lear da lav
ate ii lsf.gl.sjW I mi nslil il
Mendaco
TROPICAL
HOY!
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La legtima mquina de precisin
POR
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En tu cajita con hojas
Cillitti-Azul
Afeitadas SUAVES,
RPIDAS.. .Y MS
ECONMICAS!
, La mquina Gillette afeita con mt tuavidad
porque tiene una barra de seguridad que estira la
pial antea de qu la hoja la toque, para que la
k mquina ae deslice como U seda
**T Afeitadas mt segura) con la mquina Gillette.
Porque las piezas que segur a n la hoja son de metal
y de una precisin tal que ajustan la hoja firme-
mente en el ngulo perfecto para afeitar al rea y
sin irritar.
Gillette afeita con rapidez porque est hecha
con canales de diseo especial que evitan qua se
atasque, y permiten limpiarla rpidamente.
Hoy tambin Ilud Mes e* Me
i OIGA aira sensacional executive de ka CA1ALGATA DEPORTIVA GILLITTII
Las trem.mi.ion. de la SERIE MUNDIAL DE RISROL, directaraenre daade el terrene,
ea lea If.UU., a travs de la EMISORA ONDA POPULAR 1440 KcS.
HOY!
r Falsas carcajadas*
ocultan un abismo
). SCOTT SMART
con al fostaeo payas
EMMETT KELLY
JULIE LINIIN ROCK HUDSON
CLIRTIN SIRIIEI6
Caita si HAIIT SSSfX y IE0NAID Uf
tirajes, sor WIUIM ttSIU um^
Pittetiea f> AHKT SCHiNU *j^i
KKVla USttMSAl.mniMTlOMl
\0olixesdcAlmofr5na
ai tiene almorranas Que causas
masn, aemorragla, almorranas la-
ternaa axternaa. a. sufra un da ma
sap probar I Chin.raid. En pocos minu-
to, el Chlnarold principia a combatir
a us almorranas de trae manera i:
I. Calma el dolor y la comeAn. i, Ayu.
tea. eneofer loa tejido, adoloridos .
eaflamados. Arte a eleatrlsar laa
Beraaa. Irritadas Solicit. I
MnldunisUMkermi.ua
TEATFK
PRESIDENTE
CON i I r. D ; i r, u A u C
MARTES
SUNTUOSO ESTRENO!
LA PELCULA SUBLIME!
Una Impresionante bati-
da al problem del hom-
bre de hey...
Criminal de guerra
yugoeslavo, preso
en Estados Unidos
BELGRADO, septiembre lo.
(SEi. Segn la radio de Bel-
grado, el tribunal de Los An-
cies, Estados Unidos, lanz or-
den de arresto contra el cri-
minal de guerra Anctr Artuko-
vlch, ex-lugartenlente del lder
Oustachl Ante Pavellch. quien
reside actualmente en Califor-
nia.
La radio yugoeslava preciso
que el proceso de la extradi-
cin del ex-mlnlstro del inte-
rior del Estado croata Inde-
pendiente comenzar dentro de
poco en Los Angeles.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
mejores nronrsmas
A Beneficio Del Santuario
Nacional Del Corazn
de Mara.
Temando Ftrnn GOMEZ
Marta Rosa SALGADO
Eduardo FAJARDO, en
BALARRASA
(Con Las Manos Vacas)
Adems:
UN EXTRAORDINARIO
PROGRAMA DE
VARIEDADES!
HOY CECILIA
LA SERIE COMPLETA A
PRECIOS POPULARES!
Superman Contra
el Hombre Atmico
Las
nuevas y
ms
.moclo-
antes
aventuras
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de los
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"ENEMIGOS
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- Adems: -
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"ESPOSAS
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Prohibida Para Menores!
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TOROS
EN EL JARDN SAN FRANCISCO
Domingo 2 Septiembre Hora: 3:30 p. m.

4 BRAVOS TOROS A MUERTE
De los seores Cont, de Penonomc.
Matadores:
Armilla de Espaa y Manolita Ortega
con sus cuadrillas.
Corrida en honor del Sr. Ingeniero
Don NORBERTO NAVARRO
VENTA DE BOLETOS hasta el Sbado: Ferretera Shanghai
y Restaurante Iberia. Domingo: en el Jprdin Sr.n Francisco.
Palco Sombra: B.3.00 Gradera Sombra: 11.2.00
Gradera Sol: B. 1.00.
La Serie Completa-15 Episodios! A Precios
Populare'. Lai nuevas y mas emocionantes
aventuras del vencedor de los enemigos del
mundo... I
"SUPERMAN CONTRA EL
HOMBRE ATMICO"
TROPICAL
"LA MUERTE EN
EL CIRCO"
J. SCOTT SMART
con el lamoso payaso
EMMETT KELLY
Julie London Rock Hudson
TEATRO ENCANTO_
Johnny Sheffield
Sue England, en
LA CIUDAD PERDIDA"
Adems: Don McGuire
Tracy Roberts, en
"TRES CULPADOSJ___
TEATRO TIVOLI
Robert Peyton, en
"ESPA DE COREA"
Adems:
(ig Young, en
"TESTIGOS"
VARIEDADES
CANCIONES!... EAJLLS!...
Buen Humor!...
Luis AGLILAR Meche BARBA
TEATRO CAPITOLIO
TRIPLE PROGRAMAI
La Felci del Ao!
CHARLES vs. WALCOTT
Laurel y Hardy, en
"2 BOBOS en OXFORD"
Y un va), alreetor del
nuinofi con todos loa peigrosl
-A CAZA DK EMOCIONES"
TEATRO VICTORIA
"EL REGRESO DE LA
ARAS \ NEGRA" 1-1-3
"ALMA EN PENA"
"La V-nganza del Rural"
TEATRO EDISON_
Alan Ladd, en
EL HIJO QUE VUELVE"
John Payne, en
"TRIPOLI"_____
TEATRO IRIS
Miroslava Ernesto Alonso
en TROTACALLES"
Laura Hidalgo, en
"5 Grandes y Una Chita'
HISPANO____
Brrol Flynn, en
"ESCLAVO DEL ORO"
Buit Lancaster, en
El Halcn y La Flecha"
VISTE OMOSA
"CAPITN M..RICA"
tU-U) A, mas:
'Salteadores de "'o Grande'
"EL TEST A V ,,lu DE
in F.y .. :,nc
PAC f ICO
H REY DF. I i is
IKl.MBKI S COHETES I
13-41
''Chacal de Wyoming"
"EL MISTERIOSO
MIL VALENTLNE'J
IDEAL
Wendell Corey, en
"LA MARCA DE
LA IIli
Bob Hope, en
MORENA Y DE
PELIGRO"____
APOLO
J.imes Stewart, en
LA FLECHA BOTA*
Spencer Tracv en
"AVI'N'TL'KAS MC
I I.IVIMiSTONK"
ROOSf Vf l "MABTt INVADE LA TIERRA- (!-!-!>
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PAGINA SEIS
I. PANAMA AMERICA DIARIO INDEPENDIENTE
SBADO, SEPTIEMBRE 1, 1951
SO
No Hay Mejor Va Para VENDER, ALQUILAR, COMPRAR Ect. %
Que La Rut. Al Departamento De Los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.X^
Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atendern:
Mtnimo por
72 palabra t.
3f par cada
palabra adicional.
SKRViriO LEWIS
Arc. Ti veli No 4
TU. 2-2l
KIOSR DE LKSSEPS
raraur t LtH
NOVEDADES MORRISON
Ave. 4 e> Julia
Tel 2-94tl
BOTICA CARLTON
Ave MaMnaes I 15
TeL 2SS-CoIa.
SALON DE BELLEZA AMERICANO
Cali* 12 Otate Na. M.
EL PANAMA AMERICA
Calla -H" Na. SI. Pansa*
At. Cantral 12-17Cals.
SE VENDE
Miscelneas
II VINDfN:ClavM. tahea near*
cera acanelada. Fi-Tei icartn
aiilsai.r pare ciclae rojal' maat-
ras, lavamanos, axcuiaJai. ec.
la aiaclei eiii kajas n plata.
AGENCIAS 6LOIALI5 Via lipa-
Ka. Il.aonea Juan Franco. Tel.
1-150.
VENDEMOS uno miquma casi nue-
va da coser caietas da cartn coa-
rrugado y" grapas. Ca. Dulcidlo
Gonzlez N., S. A. Fbrica de Mo-
saicos. Ave Cuba No. 8.
SE' VENDE:Ropa de etiqueta: 3
traas de seoro, tomoo 14; pora
caballero, I smoking blanco y
pantalones negros y tambin va-
rios vestidos completos, tamao
42 de olto. Hozzord. teltcno Bol-
eca 3430. calle San Pobl No.
769.
SE NECESITA
Domsticos
SE NECESITA: Cocinera con ex-
periencia y referencia. Debe dormr
en el empleo. Llame Tel. 3-04C5.
SE NECESITA:Empleada para la-
var y planchar que duerma en la
casa. Cosa Toma- Arias, Avenido
Cuba y colle 32. Exposicin.
SE NECESITA:Empleada serio po-
ra el servicio, sin hijos y con re-
ferencias. Colle 32 Este No. 27.
SE NECESITA:Uno persona que se-
pa cocinar, no tiene que dormir
en el empleo. Ave. Manuel Mo.
Icaza B No. 26, Compo Alegre,
Panam.
SE VENDE
Bienes Racss
SE NECESITA:Cocinero serio, hon-
rada v aseada, qua duerma en el
empleo. Telfono 3-4644, Pono-
m.
MADERAS NACIONALES
Vendemos madero pora cieo-roso,
pisos o divisiones. Bacco. Cedro Gra-
nadino, bombito colorado, cigua
amarillo, etc.
Vincola Licorera. S. A
Tel. 2-1026 2-1028.____
SE VENDE:Tubera de agua de tres ,
pulgadas. usados. Tuberas pora
cerco. Tonques de oxigeno y de
acetileno y soldadura elctrica. A- i
venid "B" No. 1 13 frente ol Tea-
tro Moyo, Panam.
SE NECESITA:Empleoda respon-
sable para hocer oficios de familia
con dos niitos. Debe de dormir en
el empleo y es indispensable troi-
go recomendaciones. No debe te-
ner compromisos de ninguna clase.
Ancn, Zona del Canal, colle de
Puerto Bello, casa 427.
SE NECESITA:Muchacho Joven y
de bueno presencio poro cuidar de
un nio pequeo. Ocurra Via Po-
rras 218.
CA. DI LfrlVRI Tal. 2-3332
VENDE LOTES
Pota inicial mnima 1,100.00
Manuel B. 15.00
Leles con Calle! y Acueductos de
lo Ciudad desda B 1.00 al marro.
Alquiiorres equipo pesado pora
movimiento de tierra.
Alquilamos Iotas o largos plazos.
Club da lotes. B.3.00 y B.4.00
semanalti.
SE VENDE:Toller de Ebanistera,
per razones vioje. Calle Pedro A.
Daz No. 1, al lado de la Plaza
Herrera.
SE VENCE:Aborroteria bueno, pre-
cio ganga, por motivo viaje. Calle
12 No. 16, Son Francisco.
Lo Sostreria "Derby" est reolizon-
do existencia de pantolcnes y gua-
yaberas fabricadas en cus talleres
para abrir espacio a nuevas mer-
cancas que estn llegando. Colle
I No. 5, frente al Teatro Tropicol.
SE NECESITA:Empleada pora cui-
dar nio, tiene que dormir en el
empleo. Floristera Sta. F, Ave-
nida 4 de Julio No. 61.
SE VENDE:2 lotes y cosa de con-
creto, corretera Aeropuerto, Sonta
Clara, Llame Balboa 2830 o vea
Dr. Grant fin de semona, Santa
Clara.
SE VENDE:La Refresqueria "Pcno-
nom" Ave. A No. 55, I Plozg He-
- rrere) per no poderlo ofender sus
dueos. Telfono 3-0271, Pano-
m.
SI VINDE:
Lotes en casi todos los sectores de la
Urbanizacin El Congrejo, desde
$5.75 el M.
ROBERTO MIRO
telfono 2-1215. Panam.
SE VENDE
Artculos de Casa
SE VENCE:Vitrina, aparador, pei-
nadora, asante, comodita, canti-
na, gabinete de cocina, vajilla
completa y bicicleta. Horas de
oficina. Ave. Pobl Arosemena No.
18.
SE VENDE:Un chinero de caoba de
4x7 .con puertas ojivales y 5
estantes: $135.00. Persianas vene-
, clonas, 6 grandes y 6 pequeas:
$100.00. Un espejo de tamao
'natural, con marco de caoba, $10,
00. Hazzard, telfono Balboa
3430, calle San Pablo No. 769.
SE VENDE-Urgente: juego de re-
cmara completo o por piezas; Ro-
pero de tres cuerpos B.75.00;
peinadora espejo entero B.75.00.
como doble, colchn Beautyrest, 2
mesos de noche, I mecedoro, B.
85.00. Juego recmara de camas
gemelos. Estufa de _gas de cuotro
fogones con horno y asador, casi
nueva. Set de bomb. Dems uten-
silios da caso. Vio Espaa 2024.
Reparar y renovar muebles de bam-
b i Rattan 1 como nuevos. Mtodo
fbrica filip.na. Se hacen pantallas
a la medida, precio bajo. Taller
"LUM Henry". Tel. 2-1112, fren-
te Jardn Balboa, Juan B. Sosa No.
22.
SE VENDE
Automviles
SE VENDE:Polas, picos, zapapicos.
carretas, mazos .bo'des reforzados
carretillas y herramientas varios.
Almacenes Martini. S. A., Ave.
Norte 83 Tel. 2-0610 Colle
Mortn Soso No 3. Tel. 3-1424.
SE VENDE
Boles v Motores
SE VENCE:Carro Buck 1947. Fo-
cilidodes de pago. Cantina Auro-
ra, calle 12 Oeste No. 22, Pana-
m.
SE VENCE:Ford 1949. en magn-
fico estado, con radio, relej, alien-
tas con cubiertas de niln v 4 llan-
tos adicionales. $1.100.00. Hoz-
zord, telfono Bolboo 3430. Colle
San Pablo No. 769.
ATENCIN, DUEOS DE BIENES
RAICES:Tenemos clientes para
residencias, casas de 2 apartamen-
tos y lotes, todo preferiblemente
en Bella Vista. El Cangrejo, Altos
del Golf y Poitill i. Para resulta-
das y eficiente e inmediato servi-
cio personal. Home a Wolff y Ca.,
Tel. 2-2388, Colle 5a., No. 22.
SE VENDE:Un gabinete de 4 hue-
cos para sodas B.22500. Un mo-
tor de medio caballo B.25.00. Una
caa fuerte chica en buena condi-
cin B.85.00. Calle 16 y Calle C,
Tiendo La Poroda. Tel. 2-2882.
SE COMPRA
SE COMPRANBonos del Hipdro-
mo hasta por B. 10,000 tn efecti-
vo. Tel. 2-1081.
VNDESE:Casa 20 cuartos, fren-
te al mar, esquina final calle 18
Oeste. Precio muy reducido, faci-
lidades de pago, por metivos eco- :
nmico* urgentes. Llame telfono:
2-1456. '
SE ALQUILA
Casas
SE VENDE:Bote motor de 20
pies, con todos los requis.tos poro '
pescar. Nuevos condiciones .-465 '
Club Nutico de Balboa. Ocurra
752-C, Btalboa Road
SE NECESITA
General
SE NECESITA: Dos hombres con
referencios v buena presencia.
Avenido Cer.Uol 47 Apto. 23.
SE NECESITA:-Cos hombres con re-
ferences y buena presencio Calle
6o. Ave. Balboa, American Protec-
tion. Arena de Coln.
SE VENDE:Automvil Buick. Sedn
cuatro puertas, modelo 1947, ne-
gro, llantas nuevas costado blanco,
cubreosientos. radio, tubos impon-
chables, como nuevo, puede finan-
ciarse. Llame Tel. 3-3338. 3-
1310 2-3102. Sr. Boyd.
PERSONALES
Theodore Hall, antiguo cocinero del
Restaurante Tocumen, favor de
Homar al Tel. 2-3404 de 9 12
O. m.
; SE VENDE:Lotes en la Avenida
Lefevre. a precio razonable. Pora
Informes oficina Vaquerizo. Tel.
3-0699. I
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; "MENDIZ Y ZUSIETA" ofrece en
venta las siguientes propiedades
de rento a precios holagodores:
Avenida Per No. 9. J. D. Espinar
v Feo. de lo Osso Nos. 51 y 53. '
CoPe 17 Oeste No. 74. Avenida
Central No 168 Paro detolles O-
curro personolmente o "MN-
DEZ Y ZUt-IETA".
SE ALQUILA:Cosa completamen-
te amoblada. 3 recmaras, cuarto
servicio, garage. Telfono 3-3143.
SE ALQUILAN:Un chalet y apar-
tamentos de dos y tres piezos. In-
formes telfono 485 o 334 Coln.
SE ALQUILA:Coso completamente
amoblodo, 3 'ecmoros. cuarto
servicio, gorage. Tel. 3-3143.
SE ALQUILA
[.ocales
SF NECESITA:Vendedor poro li-
nios sjeneroles a base de tomisi"
Escriba dina referencia ol apa.'-
todo 212 Ponomi
SE NECESITAFamilia europeo de 4
personas necesito espacioso cha,et.
3 recamaras, con cuarto de em-
pleada, etc. Escribo al aportado
1833 Panam.
SE NECESITA:U>j Dependienro
que hoble ingls y castellono, cen
buenas referencing Bazar Interna-
cional. Centro! 76, Panom.
SE NECESITA: Joven con 2 o 3
oos de experiencia en trabajo de '
oficino. Escriba dando edod, ex- I
pener.cia. etc. Adjunte fotogra- |
fia pequea. Apartado 155, Pa-
nam. /
SE NECESITA: Un buen relo,ero.
Ocurra casa Fast lien, Central 161.
II NECESITAApartamento paqur
a can a lin muebles, can gara-
ta, para saltera raeaansable. Co-
merciante Llame al 2-2626. He-
ras aV a fina.
Enidemia conocida
en. Algunas victimas creen ier
fietlnMu de I* parlisis infai.-il
1 primer ataque dura de il
a 36 horas y tras un dia r.o:;:il
c produce el segundo ataque.
Despus, la enfermedad desapa-
rece dejando slo durante unos
uias dolores en la extremidades.
r
IELLA VISTA
Calle 47, No. 19
87 22,500.00
I*te rhaJei, soli4amei.tr coiutrat-
< sobrr Ule 4e *M m'J y altua-
4* n distinguida y quieta \erin-
dtat. m sW media cuadra del bus
J 4c la puna, ofrete el confer, de
Cala I*! de endiente, temedor. :.
recamara*. 2 barios, cocina, ga-
rage, cuarto 4*1 *er\icio con M*
lio. cuarto de aplanchar, 4epoitot
y agus callente Reali-iento froa-
co, ea cmodo como un tpale
vioje. No se aflija porque necesi-
ta pintura, el ducho paga la com-
ptela redccoraclon en los colo-
rea 4e tu gusto. Para Inaaeccla.
plea cita
WOLFF Y CA.
Tel I-iSSS Calle Sa.. Na. H
Felicitado por el
Concejo de Ro el
"Reprter Eno"
A
RIO DE JANEIRO, Septieiv.'u.a
.u. i UP i El Consejo Munici-
pal aprob una mocin feol-
;c.ndo al ':Reoorter Faso" e:i el
Go. aniversario de estar actuan-
do en Rio.
La resolucin, presentada por
c Concejal Osmar Rezende, .j-
ialoga al Reporter Esso cono
uno de los noticieros radiales
ms autorizados conque contr.-
i.ms".
Slo los tres comunistas cue
fornjan parte del Concejo vo'.a-
:on contra la resolucin.
El BR^dijdica
Pardo. Rafael Calixto
10 Gmale?, Jos del C.
11RH. Campo Reinaldo
12Andrln, Clemente
13Rodrigue7 Pilar Correa de
14Rojas. LeoDOldo
15Torres. M. Manriciue Julio
loGuardia. M. L. Antonio
17Ssniur. Evangelista
ISNudez. Flix
19Villarreal P.. Domingo
20Velarco, Roberto
21Alero n. Auiui.no
22Barra. Ad"n
23-Oulntei-o. Evella
24Cervantes. Gregorio
25Moreno S.. Toms
2fl Domnguez. P.. Julia
27 Astillar, R. Cruz
28Castillero. Devanlra
2PSoils A., Juan Bautista
3(1Carreta A.. Agustn
SICrisn. B?lHo
3?Rosa. Manuel
33Barrios M.. Ansel E.
34Gon7'e. Narrlsa
3=._Sp 3fiSierra S Cern
87Turez Jr., Clodomiro
.V.Barrios R Mateo
38Contrera*. JO"> Isabel
40'barra. Tertuliano
*\ Colo-nba'e. Armar do
42Castillo B.. luis A.
43Bermde-, Pedro A.
44Ortiz. Albertina
4S Sncr-ez A.. Manuel
48Gonzle?. Luis A.
47Herrera H Mario
48Prez, Estanislao
49Jan. Nleoi'iedes
50Abad'a, Isidro
iCamillero, Arlstbulo B.
52Quintero. Hilarlo
53Meneses. Adolfo
54Guerrero. Bernarellno
55Soark. Arturo
58 Oonzii'e-. Arlstldes
57Range1, Je.-iis Frreslo
58 Anelo. To** Botero
59Lunp. A"--ro
80-MonnHa P rri-tbal
61Gelabert, Dolores
SE VENDE:Cholet nuevo carretera!
Central. 1-2 milla estacin de po-'
lela de la Chorrara Tres rec-
moras, servicios modernos, sala, |
comedor, bor. Completamente a-
moblado. Aguo, luz elctrico. Rock
Gis Una hectireo He terreno
Pre-o nvjy razcnab'e Tel 3-1807;
de 1200 m. en adelante, o cuida-
d-r de lo propiedod
SE ALQUILA
\iart:uiH'iito
SE ALQUILA:Locol para oficina
Arriba del Teatro Central.
CLNICA, nquipoda, oltos Formado ,
Solazar, calla 16 Oeste No. 28
Pcnami.
SE ALQUILA:Locol comerciol, cer-j
co del Seguro Sociol, caso de |
mamposteria. Llame ol telefono 2-
I 486. Panam.
SE ALQUILA:Totol o porciolmen- i
te en lo Avenido Central local am-
plio (500 Ma.J recin construido,,
con estacionamiento particular.
Telfonos 3-0338 v 2-3333. !
SE ALQUILA:Aportomento fresco. ; SE ALQUILA:
muv cntrico, do' recmaras, sola. Locol para oficina o negocio
comedor, bolcn, entrada indepen-
diente, verlo Avenida Per esquino
36 Este No. 11. .7:.00.
ALOUlLASE: Apartamento cloro
limpio, comodidades -nodernos. ?
recamaros, sola-comerior. porch,
etc.. calle 32 Este No 33-A. Lia-
me telfono 2-1456.
ALOUiLASE: Aportomeito moder-
no, casa nueva, sola-romedr, re-
cmoro. etc esquina -olla S, Ma-
riano Arosemena. Lime telfo-
no 2-1436.
en el
Edificio Castilla del Oro, ol lado
del hotel El Panam.
RORTO MIRO 2-S2312-1215
SE ALQUILA:Dos locales comer-
ciales pequeos pora tienda, ofici-
na, etc. Calle B No. 21. esquino
14 Oeste. B.30.00 y B.33.00.
ALOUILASE opoitamenti comodida-
des modernas. 2 recmaros, sala,
comedor, mese'a. nrctea, casa
manipostera .calle 9c. Lime te-
lfono 2-1456.
SE ALQUILA
Cuartos
------------------------------- ----------j
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto a perseno so-
la o matrimonio sin nios. Colle
Victoriano Lorenzo # 10. bajos.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos amoblados,
hombres solos. Lugar fresco y tran-
quilo. Colla Mariano Arosemena
No. 74.
SE ALQUILA:Apartamento peque-
o con servicio y coc no indepen-
diente, primer cholet en frente de
Juon Franco, casa No 161.
SE ALOUILAApartamento omoblc
do. Edificio "La Joyo contiguo 4
de Julio, Opcin al ooartamento o
ouien compre muebles. Tel. 2-
4360.
SE ALQUILAN:Cuartos. Calle 7o.
Rio Abojo. Cosa No. 2560
SE ALQUILA:Cuarto grande, fres-
co, amoblado, entrado indepen-
diente, para persona o parejo sin
nios. Dirigirse Avenida B, No.
29. ltimo piso.
Debe cambiar
griiuliura. ganadera, tino a loa
que se dediquen permanente-
mente a earns actirdade I
Departamento de Ahorro* El
Instilo.o de"3e mantener depar-
f men tos de ahorros a travs
de sus principales sucursales y
"-- a', para fomentar el
ahorro de la poblacin rural, a .
la vez que le pondra en po-
sesin de sumas con las cua-
les podra trabajar sin costo
alguno. Para que esto sea fac-
tible es preciso dotar a la lns-,
titucln del mximo standard
de pulcritud y seriedad y darle
una organizacin de tipo bar-
cario riguroso, y sobre todo,
desvincularlo completamente de
la poltica, fijando algunas
nuevas restricciones al nombra-
miento y remocin de loa ge-
rentes y el personal del instit:-
to organizarlo de acuerdo con
un escalafn riguroso.
Aviso Judicial
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
El euncnlo Jues Primer. Munirip!
de Paaam, por medio *t eele edicto.
ENPLAZA:
Al eenor Cvlais Ramee Prei. mayor
re edad.' panameo r enje paradero ar-
luel ee deeconoce, para que dentro 4*1 I
trmino de treinta die contado! a par- 1
tir de la ltima publicacin de eete"
Kdicto ae preaente el -Tribunal por e a
por medio de apoderad debidamente
conatltuido a hacer rajar derechoa
en el Juicio Kjecutiro Hipotecario que
ontra l he preienledo el aaftor Inocen-
cio Jimnei.
Se le advierte al aeftor Orluli Raaaoa
Peree que ai en eee trmino no ae pre-
aenta ae le nombrar un defenaor de
auaente. con quien ea eogair el juicio
con loa eatradoa del Tribunal.
Pe conformidad con el art. 473 del
C. J.. ea fija eete ellcto en la Re. reta-
rla del Tribunal par el trmino de trein-
ta daa.
E9 Jurr.
(fda.) Cerean Lpea.
El Karretario.
(feto.) ". A. Aiep.
GUIA
COMERCIAL
81 UD. CREE QUE LOS
PRECIOS
han subido en Panam
TOME BUENA NOTA DE ESTE
anuncio que recibimoe en una revista
comercial extranjera:
"Emulsin de Chlordane
Concentrado
AHORA en FRASCOS de UNA ONZA.
"Eite notable Concentrado de Chlor-
dano mezclado con un cuarto da agua
da un roclo muy efectivo de 2% con-
tra insectos.
"Se vende al por menor a SI.00 al
frasco de una onza, y a loe mayoristas
a solamente $6.00 la docena.
"Pagamos todos los gastos de
transporte".
(Par piedad no damos el nombre
de la Cia )
NUESTRO PRECIO AL POR
MENOR
por un frasco de 5<4 onzas
que d UN GALON es
67.0.85.
(No pagamos los fastos de
transporte. Lo sentimos.
GEO. F. NOVEY, Inc.
Ave. Central 279 Tel. 3-SMO
Material Luminoso para
Rtulos (en varios colores).
Tela Metlica de Bronce y
Galvanizada para Mosqui-
tos.
a Alambre de Repello y de
Gallinero.
Tubera Negra y Galvani-
zada.
Balanzas "Detecto" de Col-
gj.i y ue Plataforma.
RICARDO A. MIRO,
5.A.

alie 16 Este No. 4
Is. Z-S335 i 2-2M
"Vendemos barato
para vender mas'*
COLOCAMOS VIDRIERAS
DE ALMACN
M'i-'.s ritos ESPEJOS
Duran Ms Lucen Mejor
FABRICA DE ESPEJOS
EL DIABLO
Calle If Este No. 4 Tel. 2-MM
Lmparas
ALADINO
de KEROSENE con MECHA
Con 60 velas de fuer/a de lu? blanca
moderna. Peimanece encendida 50
ho-a por l tMJn de kerosene.. Toma
M', fe Aim. v mi .imriiie t># da
KRROSENE. Completumenle *eiura
no explota ni necesita generador ni
bomba. No produce humo nf malo.*
olorea En tan aencllla que un nlfto
puede prenderla. Nunca vista en Pa-
nama a Precio tan Balo
. por S0I0...B/.9.95
Teneanoe todoe los Repuestoal
De Venta ea todas las FERRETERAS
v MUEBLERAS.
Distribuidores:
WONG CHANG, S. A.
Caln Calle y Ave. Balboa
Tel SOS.
Panana, Ave. Central M
Te!. 2-20S7
1
Tubera
Negra
FABRICACIN NACIONAL
DE
PRIMERA CALIDAD
Precios de Competencia
con el producto importado.
Tubos 4" Sencillos___4.90
Tubos 4*' Dobles......4.40
Tubos t" Sencillos___2.60
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.80
Tees 4x4..........2.B0
Vees i2..........1.00
Codos > x2....... .75
ele. etc.
Tel. 3-13N Apartado 2029
FUNDICIN INDUSTRIAL
Gonzlez y Linares Ltda.
La Locera Pasadena
AMPLIFICADORES
"PHILLIPS"
Distribuidores Exclusivos:
l\ SB AlBAcfegLr3ljj9
Usando documentos No M p,We ***"*m
falsos tratan de
entrar a los E.U.
NUEVA YORK, septiembre lo.
(UP). Una familia cubana
fue detenida por los agentes
federales por haber entrado a
Estados Unidos con documen-
tos falsos.
Los agentes detuvieron a Jos
Carlos Gmez, de 43 aos, a
su esposa Alma, de 39 aos, a
su hijo Jos Antonio de 10,
asi como a Ibrahim Diaz, de
67 aos de edad de Tampa,
Florida y a Ana Hernndez de
36 aos.
Diaz est acusado de haber
proporcionado a la familia Go-
mez los documentos falsos pa-
ra que pudieran entrar a Es-
tados Unidos y la Hernndez
de actuar como Intermediaria.
Los ^ agentes federales que es-
taban realizando una investi-
gacin sobre el trfico de es-
tupefacientes, averiguaron al
Interrogar a la familia Gmez,
que stos hablan entrado a Es-
tados Unidos utilizando copias
fotostticas de certificados de
nacimiento que no eran de ellos
y que Diaz les proporcion por
200 dlares.
Los acusados fueron dejados
en libertad bajo fianza
Piden nuevo local
para escuela en
Pueblo Nuevo
Una delegacin de vecino.; de
Pueblo Nuevo visit hace aisu-
nos das al Ministro de Educa-
cin, para presentarle un me-
morial que llevaba centenares
de firmas, en el cual se solicita
la construccin del centro es-
colar en aquella localidad, p =
el edificio que hoy sirve de es-
cuela est en psimas condi-
ciones.
El Ministro Bermdez al leer
el memorial de los peticionarios
manifest, que el problema le
interesaba grandemente y C;ue
el estaba seguro de que conta-
ra con la cooperacin del Mi-
nistro de Obras Pblicas, quien
haba manifestado su deciMn
de trabajar conjuntamente cu
a construccin de los nuevos e-
dificlos escolares.
Se pronunci la comisin en
el sentido de que era urgente
he resolviera el problema de las
cantinas y centros de diversiin.
que hay alrededor de la escue-
la van en perjuicio directo r>
a niez. El Ministro de Educa-
cin manifest que se daran
ios pasos para resolver este a-
gudo problema.
Tambin fueron comisionado'!
en esta reunin el Secretario del
Ministerio, y el Asistente del I >i -
lector General de Educacin pa-
ra que en asocio del Club df
Padres de Familia localicen el
terreno apropiado para la es-
cuela.
politico en Centro Amrica?
Do momento considero que no es posible Integrar un bloque
politico en Centro Amrica. No obstante los adelantos que so
ban logrado en varias de las Repblica*) del Istmo en l orden
democrtico es lamentable que. an subsista alguna dictadura
criolla que impedira -la formacin de tal bloque unitario. Pien-
so, al respecto, qne no es avenible la frmula del agua y del
aceite. Antes deberiase terminar con los saldos antidemocrti-
cos en Centro Amrica y luego la tarea de fundar un solo Es-
tado poltico, aunque nada fcil, entrara en el terreno de an
realliacin. En lo que respecta al sentimiento guatemalteco pue-
do afirmar categricamente que alentamos una sincera vocacin
por la unidad fraterna y que, especialmente en los sectores re- ,
volucionarios, la idea de una Centro Amrica integrada unita-.
mente es uno de los principios en que se asienta la platafor-"-'
ma ideolgica de los partidos de la Aliansa Revolucionaria, .
No deben interpretarse los conceptos anteriores como pesi-
, mistas. Si en el orden poltico no es todsvia viable la unin
considero que se pueden adelantar pasos efectivos en la coordi-
nacin 7 colaboracin de los planes econmicos. Prueba de ello
es que, a la fecha, se negocia amigablemente un tratado de co-
mercio entre Guatemala y El Salvador y ya se iniciaron hace
varios meses' plticas a ese respecto, entre Honduras y Guate-
mala alienta el propsito de que se suscriban tratados de comer-
las aspiraciones de mi pas, siendo Ministro de Economa del Dr.
Arvalo, ante funcionarios del Salvador y de Honduras. Guate-
mala alienta el propsito de que se uscriban tratados de comer-
cio que sean beneficioso, a los pases de Centro Amrica sin nin-
gn prejuicio localista.
Cul podra ser el rol de Panam en un bloque de esa na-
turalesa, teniendo en cuenta la posicin goegrfica de Panam?
No obstante que, por razones histricas o quizs por el hbi-
to se suele considerar a Panam como fraccin aislada de Cen-
tro Amrica. Hombres de sincero sentimiento americanista, como
somos los de la nueva generacin democrtica de Guatemala, no
aceptamos tal criterio. Creemos qne Panam est Incorporada
de hecho a los destinos del Istmo y que por lo tanto seria desea-
ble procurar una mayor aproximacin entre los panameos y loa
hermanos del norte, del Istmo. Los problemas econmicos y so-
ciales de Panam v de loa otros pases centroamericanos son co-
munes. Todos, quien ms quien menos, adolecen de los mismos
defectos en sus economas y sufren las consecuencias de ms de
algn monopolio Internacional que, en cierta forma, ha tenido
papel preponderante en la vida poltica y social de Centro Am-
rica en diferentes episodios en el presente siglo. Todos adems
aspiramos a una mejor condicin de vida para nuestros pueblos
depauperados. Por todo ello creo que Panam y Centro Amrica
constituyen, adems, de su unidad geogrfica, uns anidad espi-
ritual que debiera traducirse algn dia en la formacin de una,
sola y grande nacionalidad tal como la soaron en Centro Am-
rica nuestros emancipadores de la corona espaola.
Existe la influencia comunista en el Gobierno de Arbeni?
No. Definitivamente no. El Gobierno del Coronel Arbens est
afirmado en la confianza que le depositan las grandes masas
campesinas y obreras asi como grandes sectores de la burguesa
y del capitalismo progresista. Los partidos de Gobierno, el Par-
tido Accin Revolucionaria, el Partido Renovacin Nacional y el
Frente Popular Libertador, al cual perteneico y del que soy su
Secretarlo General, tienen programas definidos e ideario poltico
sustentado en la doctrina democrtica. Por otra parte ni en su
Gabinete ni en otros servicios del Gobierno tienen representacin;
los comunistas. Adems el nmero de comunistas en Guatemala'
es sumamente reducido. Lo que pasa, con las acusaciones ca-
lumniosas que generalmente la prensa internacional adjudica al
Gobierno de mi pais, es que, al servir los intereses de ciertas
grandes empresas muy conocidas, dicha prensa, (me refiero a la
que pertenece a los grandes trusts), no hace sino repetir las
mentiras por las cuales les pagan pingues dineros. T adems
que. en nuestros pases insuficientemente politizados, abundan
los ingenuos que confunden a los amigos y defensores de la cla-
se trabajadora y de sus intereses con los comunistas.
Adems deseo que "El Panam Amrica" sea portavoz de mis
sentimientos afectuosos hacia el pueblo y Gobierno de Panam
que nos hizo sentir entraablemente la bondadosa y hospitalaria
condicin humana de la nacin panamea.
i
llama n El Panam Amrica?

2-0740
El Polica pidi
la licencia pero
recibi otra cosa
BALTIMORE, Septiembre
(UP) El polica Albert Schuitz
sei ms precavido en el futu-
ro cuando pida los documentos
Ue identificacin a un conuuC-
tor.
8chultz dijo que el soldado *
William Connolly, de 21 ao*
de edad, y quien al volante de
>u automvil pas sin detener-
se S luces rojas, lo mordi en
ia mano cuando le pidi la li-
cencia de conducir automviles.
Schultz dijo que introdujo la
uiano en el automvil para ie-
tiblr los papeles pero que en Li-
gar de stos papeles Connolly le
clav los dientes afilados en la
mueca-
Aparte de las multas por la
infraccin del reglamento de
trnsito, el joven soldado p>g
una multa de 135 dlares per
"agresin".
Tenemos en existencia:
HIERRO DE
REFUERZO
CLAVAOS
de toda clase
ZINC
ACANALADO
2" x 6 v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26
Agencias Globales
Via Fspta Na. 121
Tel. 3-1503
El Panel De Reparto JCCp
Reduce el costo de las entregas.
ECONMICO FUERTE PRACTICO

.
Ideal para servicio de entregas y vara
acarreos de toda clase. Tiene la poten-
cia del "JEEP" y un rendimiento que
hace econmico su funcionamiento y
bajos los gastos de mantenimiento.

Fdci7 de conducir,
Fcil de estacionar,
Ligero y altamente maniobrable.
I
j
I!
AHORRA TIEMPO en la ciudad,
GANA TIEMPO en camino despejados.
* Surtido completo de Partes
y Accesorios
* Facilidades de Pago
Auto Accesorios Ca. Cyrnos, S.A.
y Talleres Malos s ww
DAVID (Chiriqui)
PANAMA
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ABADO. SEPTIEMBRE 1. 1851
t, fANAMA S.MTR1CA OTARIO INDBPEKDIBNTB
FAGINA SIETE

t
I"-
I *
Los Campeones Del Basket Mayor Conceden
Esta Noche Revancha a Los Combinados
Se escogi la
Seleccin de Pm.
al XVI Campeonato
Definitivamente qued e*co|i.
da la "Seleccin" que represen-
tar a Panam, en el VI Cam-
peonato Nacional de Basketball
Menor que comentar el 11 de*
presente mes en Santiago de
Veraguas.
El entrenador Rogelio 'Cholo"
Garcia, escori los dies mejo-
res de una terna de 22 que le
fu entregada, y los selecciona-
dos son: Antonio Rivera, Terry
Burns. Pedro Simpson, Edgardo
White, Luis Peres, Leonardo
Peres. Beltrain Blain. Orlando
Checa, Luis Muoz y Miguel
Tun, siendo los suplentes
Daro de Len y Ricar/.o Checa.
De los escogidos en su mayora'
son novatos, el primero solo ha
tomado parte en dos campeona-
tos, los cinco restantes en uno
y los otros cuatros al igual que
los suplentes son debutantes en
estas competencias-
EL BASKETBALL JUVENIL
INAUGURAN ESTA NOCHE
El Deportivo Hispano
ofrece un baile mna.
Ya estn terminados los prs-
parativos para el regio baile
que ofrecer maana a sus so-
cios el Club Hispano y al cual
han sido invitados un grupo r!
bellas damltas.
Una magnifica orquesta ame-
nizar el acto y se espera que
todos los socios y sus Invitados
concurran a este magnfico bai-
le.
MUNDO DEPORTIVO
Por Beto TEJADA
o
ReciUraos del Club Juvenil.
Internacional la gentil invita-
cin para asistir esta noche a
la inauguracin de la contienda
de Basketball Juvenil que los
auspicios de esta Joven agrupa-
cin tendr lugar en el Gim-
nasio de la Escuela Profesio-
nal. Comunicamos a los seo-
res Ral E. Pigueroa B. y Gil-
berto Gorrichtegul, que esta-
remos alli presentes.
"81 hay que ir se va", nos dijo
Rubn Blade* ia excelente de-
fensa b&Ablarra, en relation
con una. Informacin apareci-
da en "La Estrella de Panam"
en la cual se pona de manifies-
to de que l no podra ir a re-
presentar a Panam en el II
Clsico Centroamericano v del
Caribe de Basketball que se ve-
rificar este mes en Guatema-
la. Blades concepta que no.
puede negarse a defender los
colores de la tierra que lo vio
nacer y que si es escogido para
formar parte del Seleccionado,
alli estar como buen soldado.i
_________ I
Este columnista lamenta te-
ner que declinar el honor de
er el Delegado de Panam al
VI Campeonato Nacional Menor
de Basketball que se verificar
este mes en Santiago de Vera-
guas. Asuntos personales nos
impiden asistir.
Ofrecemos ahora nuestros
pronsticos para maana en
Jian Franco: la. Tin Tan. gan
si ltima, rindose; Arqulme-
dls, carta dura de bstir: 2a.
Black Sambo. se los gana fcil;
Golden Tip, por el tiro puede;
la. Don Tem el reverendo ga-
lope; Annie N.. para ganador
por estar el otro fuera de a-
puesta; 4a. Manolete. Ole Phil-
lips, Domin, el maoso tie-
ne fibras para ganar; Sa. Cha-
cabuco, no. lo descuiden que se i
proponen algo; Silver Domin,
enemigo de cuidado; 6a. Apreta-
dor; repite su triunfo; Pepsico-
la, calidad y cantidad: 7a. Ave-
nue Road (e) por clase los ca-
mina: Camiella II. es peligro-
sa: 8a. Athos. despus de su
reaparicin gana; Bien Hecho,
tiene una monta buena; 9a.
Nehuinco, por el tiro puede; In
Time, place: 10a. Hortensia, se
los gana. Tully Saba. con la
nuestra no puede: lia. Helen B,
otra para el saco; Bagalco,
peligroso.
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Comienza a las 7:00
p.m. con atractivo
programa y 2 juegos
Esta noche se inauguran las
Competencias del tasketbail
juvenil con un atractivo ru-
grama que comenzara a las .
en el Gimnasio de la Escuela
P EsSa0IJuatas estn auspicia-
das por el Club Juvenil inter-
nacional y comprender dJS
categoras Mayor y Menor con
siete equipos cada una, cuyo.-
nombres son:
En la Mayor: Deportivo Dad-
ma, Comandante ttemon, De-
portivo Cascante, Deportivo Mu-
nos, Deportivo Chiriqui, Mayor
Alemn, y Dep. Egeo.
En la Menor: Vista del Mar
Dep. Eleta, Dep. Chu, Parque
Leievre, Deportivo Gema, en-
sueo y Santa Crus.
El programa que se desarro-
llar esta noche es el siguien-
1Desfile de los equipos con
sus respectivas madrinas.:
2Palabras por el Licenciado
Manuel Roy. Jefe del Departa-
mento de Educacin Fsica.
3Palabra de agradecimien-
to por el joven Genaro Frago
Presidente del Club Juvenil In-
ternacional.
iSignificativo obsequio a la
Srta. Benllda Cspedes, Directo-
ra de la Escuela Profesional.
5Lanzamiento de la la .bola
por el Ing. Norberto Navarro
Ministro de Obras Pblicas.
6Apertura del torneo por los
equipos Dadma vs Dep. Remn
'mayor) y Vista del Mar vs
Dep. Eleta (menor).
Los Indios Perdieron Con Los
Coleros De La Liga Americana
LIGA NACIONAL
Brooklyn .......82 45
New York ......76 53
Boston .........64 61
San Luis ........61 62
Filadelfla .......63 66
Pittsburgh .......55 74
Clnclnattl ...... 54 74
Chicago ........53 73
LIGA AMERICANA
New York ...... 80 47
Cleveland .......80 49
Boston .........75 51
Chicago ........70 58
Detroit ......... 59 69
Washington .... 53 72
Filadelfla 53 77
San Luis ....... 39 86
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.488
.426
.422
.421
.630
.820
.595
.547
.461
.424
.408
.312
Servicio de la Prensa L'nida
Los Yanquis de Nueva York
estn ahora a un Juego de ven-
taja de los Indios de Cleveland
merced a la derrota sufrida por
stos frente a los Carmelitas de
San Luis.
Los Indios que estn sintien-
do otra vez una desconsoladora
racha de descalabros perdieron
por anotacin de 6 carreras a
3. Bob Lemon que se haba dis-
tinguido por su actuacin en
detener las rachas de derrotas,
nada pudo hacer anoche, a pe-
sar de haber conectado un jon-
rn. El novato Jim McDonald
que relev a Satchel Paige, ob-
tuvo su tercer triunfo del ao.
En el otro nico juego cele-
brado ayer en las Grandes Li-
gas los Medias Blancas de Chi-
cago se colocaron a diez jue-
gos de los punteros al derrotar
a los Tigres por anotacin de
2 carreras a 0.
Saul Rogovln. ex-jugador del
Detroit permiti siete incogibles
y obtuvo asi el triunfo.
Social Deportiva
Felicitamos por este medio al
popular deportista Alberto Ar-
lain, destacado Jugador de Soft-
. ball que tiene
el record de
haber partlcl-
fado en cua-
tro temporadas
c o n s e cutivas
con el equipo
"Campen".
- Al "sastre"
Arlaln, que se-
r festejado por un grupo de
sus numerosas amistades esta
noche, le deseamos muchos a-
os de vida y xitos en sus fae-
nas deportivas.
Entregan esta noche los trofeos y premios
del pasado torneo capitalino de bolos
'&*uu*HF
HUNDO ENTERO
Esta noche se entregan ios
trofeos y premios especiales del
pasado Torneo de Bolos "Cat
Duran", en los salones del Club
Martina a las 8 de la noche.
Los seores Paul Duran y Lo-
renzo Romagosa harn entregas
de los premios a los equipos
y personas que se han hecho
acreedores a ellos. Inmediata-
mente despus de la entrega de
los premios se brindar un ele-
gante buffet preparado por los
campeones del torneo, el equi-
po Importadora selecta.
Recibirn premios:
La Selecta Equipo Campen
El Mike equipo sub-Campen,
El Tropical equipo que ocup
el Tercer puesto.
Estos tres conjuntos recibirn
sendos bellos trofeos donados
por el Caf Duran.
Adems recibirn premios:
Promedio Individual:
Crist Herman 175.9
Antonio Damin 175.7
Jos Damin 175
Enrique Burrell 171
Andrs F is tonic h 169
Lnea ms alta:
Antonio Damin 243
Serie ms alia
Antonio Damin 651
Ms juegos de Honor
Jos Damin 3
En los juegos de honor resul-
t un triple empate entre An-
tonio Damin, Jos Damin y
Miguel Capriles, tenindose que
llevar a cabo una serle extra,
saliendo victorioso Jos Damin
A los otros dos Jugadores se les
entregar un certificado de ho-
nor.
Recibirn su insignia del Club
de los 200 las siguientes perso-
nas que lograron hacer por lo
menos un juego mayo de 200:
Antonio Damin, Jos Damin.
Mike Maduro. Carlos Diaz, Car-
los Chiarl, Miguel Capriles,
Johnny Wright. Carlos Barba,
Alberto Hilbert, Carlos Brm.
Jorge Cowes. Rene Estrlpeaut
Alberto Arias, Tere de Burrell
Alberto Arango, Pllnlo Rangl
Crist Herman. Enrique Burre.
Ral Estrlpeaut. Julio E. Icara.
Guillermo McGeachy, Andres
Fistonich, Antonio Cucaln. Jo-
s Padilla, Carlos Sosa, Ernesto
De Diego, Carlos Rennert, Os-
ear Moreno, Abraham Acrlch,
Ernesto Mndez, y Antonio De
Jann.
Los organizadores del Tornct
"Caf Duran" tienen el agrade
de invitar por este medio a to-
dos los redactores deportivos de
los diferentes diarios que ga-
lantemente han cooperado on
este deporte.
Coln escogi su
preseleccionado
de Foot Ball
La Liga Provincial del Ftbol
colonense escogi al Preselec-
cionado que se unir al de Pa-
nam y de Chiriqu para formar
el Preseleccionado Nacional, de
donde saldr el equipo que de-
fender los colores nacionales
en las prximas justas interna-
cionales.
El Preseleccionado colonense
est formado por 14 jugadores
y son:
Antonio Morales. Antonio
Latiff. Justino Rodrguez, An-
tonio Paredes. Alejandro Casa-
nova, Roberto Cabrera, Owen
Delgado, Pablo Prado, Nelson
Castillo, Jos Cabrera. Carlos
Quintero. Efrain Ramos. Alber-
to Villa y Luis Ayarza; los cua-
tro ltimos son jugadores de
segunda categora que han sido
Incluidos en el Preseleccionado,
debido a sus excelentes actua-
ciones en la temporada que a-
caba de finalizar.
RED PANAMERICANA
tiene los
meicres Dfwjramas
De "Bloomers" a Bikinis
Se pronostican dos
reidos encuentros
Esta noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional continuarn las dos
Series del Basketball Mayor que
estn sosteniendo los campeo-
nes de los circuitos femeninos
y masculinos frente a potentes
combinados.
El Operten, campen femeni-
no se presentar dispuesto a
imponerse nuevamente al com-
binado, a quien derrot el mlr
coles pasados en Coln por 3S
a 28, pero sus rivales estn con-
fiados que empatarn el torneo
y mantendrn su opcin a ga-
narle la serle a las campeonas.
En el juego masculino tene-
mos algo anlogo, los campeo-
nes del Lord Chesterfield estn
decididos a imponerse al Com-
binado y ste quinteto a su vez
est plenamente convencido que
emparejar la competencia.
Actuarn de arbitros Quinte-
ro y cardales; Crelo ser el
Cronometrista; De Sedas el
anotador y Villalobos y Glttens
los Inspectores de puerta.
TOMA PS^ON
HOY LA A.R.D.
DE COLON
Tomar posesin hoy la nus-
va Directiva de la Asociacin
de Redactores Deportivos te
Coln. Los actos comenzarn a
desarrollarse desde las seis y
treinta de la tarde. El seor
Daniel Delgado Duarte, Presi-
dente de la Directiva saliente
dar posesin al nuevo Presi-
dente seor Marco A. Mendo-
za S.
El periodo de la nueva Di-
rectiva ser de un ao. Los de-
ms miembros que componen la
Directiva entrante son los si-
guientes seores:
Lu E. Ortiz, vlce-Presidente,
Daniel Delgado Duarte, Se-
cretarlo.
Jasper Carter A., Fiscal.
Carlos A. Tamayo Tesorero.
Joslyn H. Everlng y Lides .
Batalla Vocales.
Excelente programa
ofreci el boxeo
del Maraen anoche
Por DARKISS
Ante numerosa concurrencia
inici anoche su temporada el
Club de Boxeo Amateur del Ma-
raen con un programa de cin-
co peleas que resultaron rei-
das y satisfactorias.
En el primer encuentro de la
noche. Totl Elias se impuso con
la decisin de los tres Jueces
a Manuel Espinosa.
En el segundo encuentro, Jor-
5e Gonzlez, haciendo payasa-
as igual que su rival, venci
por decisin a Klko Mosquera.
En la mejor pelea de la fun-
cin, Alberto Tem le gan una
reida pelea a Juan Chacn,
acreditndose asi Tem el bello
trofeo que don el Departamen-
to de Educacin Fisica al ven-
cedor del mejor encuentro del
Programa.
En el nico nocaut tcnico de
la noche. Llncln Weeks, rea-
pareci con gran triunfo sobre
Nestor Espinosa al minuto del
segundo asalto.
En el ltimo combate de !a
funcin, Enrique Williams iPam
panoi. derrot por decisin a
Roy Langford.
Distinguidas personalidades y
destacados deportistas asistie-
ron a la funcin de anoche en
el Gimnasio d e 1 Maran,
amenizando con alegres piezas
la funcin el Conjunto Pana
Trinidad.
No. 11
'1
Lleg 1948, con l la mis grande controversia en materia de
nombre de "Bikini'', el cual mostramos en la primera foto a
mucho tiempo en cruzar el Atlntico para Imponerse en las p
la adaptacin norteamericana del Bikiin en 1949 es casi lo
senadores de la moda nunca estn contentos. No bien haban
algo nuevo. La siguiente chica nos muestra un vestido de ba
muestra un modelo francs de una sola pieza casi transparen
han seguido la serie "De Bloomers a Bikinis" han podido dar
ocurrido cambio* tan radicales en los trajes de bao, qu nos
y creo que "veremoa" es la palabra adecuada. Dentro de unos
a Bikinis".
trajes de bao. Franela lano el modelo que conocemos con el
la izquierda. Este modelito es bastante revelador y no Urdo
layas y piscinas amei canas. El siguiente cuadro nos muestra
mismo que el francs, er.cepto la tela y la chica. Pero los di-
lanzado el "Bikini" a la calle cuando ya comenzaron a idear
o de dos piezas con brassiere fin tirantes. La otra chica nos
te. y por ltimo a "Miss Buena Pose" 1851. Los lectores que
se cuenta como han cambiado los tiempos... Si en 50 anos han
reserva el futuro? Bueno, tendremos que esperar v veremos
cuantos aos publicaremos el No. 12 de la serie "De Bloomers
Campeones del Basketball Menor de la Provincia de Panam
Presentamos aquf a los miembros del Conjunto
Campeonato de Basketball de Segunda Catejor
de izquierda a derecha, parados: Toms Pared
Simpson, Aristides Campagnani, Jorge Gooding,
Edgard White, Severino Pinzn, Carlos "Tito"
de Pelculas Mexicanas, SA., en Centro Amri
nuel P. Barcenas, cronista deportivo y capitn.
Pelimex que conquist en excelente forma el
a de la Liga Provincial de Panam, y ellos son,
es, Sub-Gerente de Pelculas Mexicanas: Pedro
Lucho Ardines, cronista deportivo y director:
Mata y Enrique Molina Reyes, Gerente General
ca y Panama. Arrodillados: Rito Vsques, Ma-
v Catallno Alberto Barcenas.
El "IPA" Tiene
Festival Hoy!
* *
* *******
Tal como se vena anuncian-
do, los ex-alumnos del IPA ten-
drn esta noche en el Jardn
Balboa su grandioso festival.
Desde las 8.00 p.m. en ade-
lante los Panamericanos esta-
rn reunidos en el Balboa para
darle la bienvenida a los cien-
tos de personas que llenarn
esa amplia terraza esta noche,
pues la Sociedad de Ex-Alum-
nos del Instituto Pan-America-
no ya se ha hecho famosa por
los grandiosos festivales que ha
preparado en otras ocasiones.
Para el festival de esta noche
los cx-Alumn08 del "IPA" han
preparado grandes sorpresas
para deleite de los cientos de
invitados, quienes podrn pasar
una noche agradable en compa.
ia de los egresados del Insti-
tuto Pan-Americano.
G. Eisenman reelecto
delegado del boxeo
en el Comit olmpico
El destacado deportista capi-
talino. Gustavo Eisenman, fu
reelecto Delegado del Boxeo A-
r.iateur ante el Comit Nacional
Olmpico, de acuerdo con deci-
sin que tom la Comisin Na-
cional de este deporte.
Como suplente se escogi al
seor Francisco A de Icaza.
En esta forma el Boxeo Ama-
teur ha cumplido con uno de los
requisitos del Comit Olmpico,
y contina aumentando sus ac-
tividades en vista a un mejoia-
miento general en esta acti-
vidad.
La Fed. de baseball
hace notificacin de
la rifa de maana
La Federacin Nacional de
Baseball Amateur de Panam,
notifica a todos sus miembros
as como tambin a todas aque-
llas personas que tengan ti-
quete de la Rifa que est lle-
vando esa entidad, que desde
las 9.30 a.m. de maana domin-
go en el Estadio Olmpico, es-
tar en condiciones de recibir
el dinero de la misma el Fede-
rado Joaqun A. Ortega.
Tambin se hace saber, que
el tiquete no reportado como
pagado a la hora de jugarse el
sorteo de la Lotera Nacional,
no tendr valor ni mucho me-
nos reclamo alguno.
El Sosa qued
como subeampen
del basket menor
El ptica Sosa, gan el sub
Campeonato de la .segunda ca-
tegora del basketball Provincial
al superar al Fuerza y Luz e:i
reido jue^'o por *3 a 42, ano-
che en el Gimnasio Nacional.
Con un cuadro de tres regu-
lares y dos novatos Jugaron lu
perdedores, siendo notoria la
ausencia de Taboga Aguirre y
Nando Lasso, mientras que sus
rivales se presentaron con to-
da su "artillera".De esta ma-
nera finaliz 'oficialmente" el
Campeonato Menor Provincial .
de Basketball de Panam, re-
sultando Campen el Pelimex,
Sub-Campen ptica Sosa y en
el Tercer Pueto el Fuerza y
Luz.
Los mejores anotadores de
anoche fueron David Peralta
con 29 puntos por los perdedo-
res, siguiendo Agullar y Gui-
llen con 8 puntos cada uno,
mientras que por el Sosa el me-
jor fu Henriquez con 12 pun-
tos luego Daz con 10 y Pare-
des con 8.
Levantadas da Noche!
l sus Rones
Ayude
B euarpo
Radio Panamericana
EDUARDO ARENALES
_ anarpo humano M aaaaaaa dal
nctw da eldoa y dapardlelaa vana-
noioi da la aaasT*, por madlo da loa
nuivt milln* da diminuto tu boa
filtro da loa rlflonaa. 81 aatoa venanoa
da loa rlflonas e la valija, lo harn
aufrlr con lavanladaa nocturnaa. nar-
vloiidad, doloraa da Blarnaa. o)r*a,
lumbago, doloraa da laa coyuntura,
aeldaa o ardor an loa conducto*, da-
bldo a la naeaaldad da itimulant*
iurttlco. prutb* Cyatax.
Daahtaaa dal cido Arle* v 1*
vananoa con la racata mdlca. llamada
Cyatax. qua aa un diurtico aatln.u-
tanta da loa rien y paliativo para
laa.
Cyatax aatlafaear a uatad completa*
ananta y aar. la madlelna qua uatai
aaeaalta. Pida Cyatax soy mlamt
^*a ^ aitau far*
..Cystex -age
tanta da loa rinonra y paliativo par.
lav Irritacin funcional da la. vajlra
vfaj urinaria! tn fado da aefda
EL CAPITN AGALLAS
..el toro del Chorrillo..
el mejor programa humorstico de Panam
presentado por
LA RED PANAMERICANA
de Lunes a Viernes a las 3 y 30 p. m.
y a las 9 y 15 p. m.
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