The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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"Let the people, know the truth and the country is sale" Abraham Lincoln.

"" ", PANAMA. R. P., MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1951




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k uM u FOR TE.REDS While the Commies dish out propaganda at their big
ithirally, n East Berlin, they don't seem to be dishing out much food. 50 the young Reds
ae ben e intuR the border to West Berlin, where they find plenty of good food at the U. S.
my Youth Camp. Heri.Capt. Carolyn H. Jones, of Bethlehem, Pa., and her helpers feed
rne of the visiting communists.
.4Missile' Balboa

IM IM Safe;

SadCAd off
A search yesterday morning
that sent two SB-17s from let Air
Rescue Squadron at Albrook, and
two Army boats hunting for an
overdue boat in the Taboga area,
turned out to be a false alarm
when the boat was reported safe
in Balboa.
Mrs. George Nichols, wife of the
owner of the Jolly Roger, a 36-
footer, called Caribbean Com-
mand when her husband was
sAma&Liduate 5e" tam sigh.
ing trip. He ha t:Th 1RtW"ba
YAcht Club at 6:30 a.n. Satur-
day, and was due back that eve-
ning at 6.
According to Nichols, who re-
turned Sunday morning at 7:30, a
northwestern wind blew up Sat-
urday, and he was forced to take
shelter at Otoque. He originally
had intended the fishing trip to
take him past Bona Island when
he encountered bad weather.
". ~, Plight Service notified the res-
cuers that Nichols was safe, and
the search was called back.

ROYAL F.OUSOME Photop aphed together for the first
time ap-a family group are England's Princess Elizabeth, her
husband. Philip, and their children, Charles and Anne? whose
first birthday will be Aug. 15. Princess Elizabeth and Philtp
will tour. ei#* and make a visit to Washington in October.

Ache on s Full Diplomatic

Program Hints He'll Stay

-Armerican, British and French
foreign mhinistekf plan to meet
here around Sept. 10 to review
world ,problenis with -emphasis
on measures to:end the six-year
occupation controls on 'Western
Oermany, diplomatic offiolals
said today.
The Washington Big Three
conference, will be one of a'
series of important Western,
non-Communist meetings that
virtually "rule out any direct'
negotiations with the .Soviet
Union until the ertd of this

The conference, schedule set
for San FrancisCo, Washington,
Ottawa, 'nmp and Prs lso
reveals secretary of State Dean
Acheson's decision to continue
working in President 'Truman's
cabinet at least. until late No-
Officials said Acheson will
attend all the important par-
leys designed to strengthen non-

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Communist defenses in the Pa-
cific and the Atlantic areas.
Diplomats said the Big Three
have agreed informally to hold
a meeting here between the
San Francisco Japanese treaty
cpnferenme and the mid-Sep-
toember Ottawa meeting of the
12 North Atlantic Treaty po-
Plans calls for Acheson, Brit-
ish Foreign Secretary Herbert
Morrison and French Foreign
Minister Robert Schuman to
discuss the West's relations
with the Soviet Anlion,. East-, and Middle Eastern
and Far Eastern problems.
But -the big three wish pri-
marily to reach a unifiedd po-
sition," it was said, on these
German issues:

Acheson will fly to San Fran-
cisco on Sept. 1 to attend cere-
monies that will link American-
Australian-New Zealand defen-
ses in a Pacific Pact against
He will remain there for the
Japanese peace conference Sept.
4-8, and return to Washington
Immediately for the Big Three
In Ottawa during the next
week in September, Acheson will
confer with representatives of
the Tnrth Atlantic Pact to con-
aider the German question, ap-
pleatioen of Greece and Turkey
fr"* treaty membership a n d
othfe problems
The same officials will hold
their annual meeting in Rome
at the end of October for final
action on North Atlatke Trea-
ty problems. '..
Acheson will go from Rome to
Paris for the Nov. 6 UWitd NIl-
tons' Qeneral Assembly.
There the Raas. probably
wlf he on a for the .flWI
time in the ie. t ,nl tb
decide belatedly to show up at
8am n clsdu

Nichols is an employee of the
U. S. Army with the Post Engi-
neer at Fort Kobbe.

R. A. Getman's

Funeral Services

Set For Tomorrow
Funeral services for Robert A.
Getman, who died suddenly Sat-
urday morning at the Panama
Golf Club, will be held at 4:30
N.m. tomorrow at the Balboa
union Church. AMr. Getman was
48 years old and had retired. in
March 1950, from the service of:
the Panami Canal.
Pallbearers i or the services
will be: Chester F. Lindgren,
Ernie L. Payne, Harry A. Dunn,
J. M. Byrne, A. T. Van Oelder
and W. H. Hebert.
The honorary pallbearers will
be: M. T. Hart, Capt. John M.
Davis, Col. Clifford 0. Blitch,
Dr. G. M. Stevenson, W. H.
Cowen, R. N. Trower, and Earl
F. Unruh.

The services will be conducted
by the Rev. Alexander Shaw of
the Balboa Union Church and
the Rev. Raymond A. Gray, of
the Gamboa Union Church.
During his 20 years of Pana-
ma Canal service Mr. Getman
had served 10 years as an ad-
measurer. He was also an in-
spector during the construction
of Madden Dam and later was
employed In the Dijision of
Storehouses. ,. -

N. Y. Ferry Crews
Get Sick In Hurry,
Crippling Service

NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (P) -I
"Sea sickness" among crewmen
of municipal, terry boats here
today forced 80,000 regular cus-
tomers to seek alternate routes
to and from Manhattan and
suburban Staten Island.
The "sickness"' arome after a
stormy wage dispute in which
the crewmen demanded
-raises of between $500 and $
Deckhands, who presently re-.
eeive about $3,000 Pearly, said
they had been working as- ar-
termasters and mates .without
Oxusa compensation

SReds Throw Blame At UN;


350,000 German Cdmmunists Fifth Border

Firing Report

Reaches Quito

QUITO, Aug. 13 (UP) The
general staff of the armed
forces held a night-long emer-
gency session here last night
studying the critical situation
caused by alleged border viola-
tions by Peru.
Peruvian troops were said to
have fired yesterday on ad-
vanced Ecuadorian border posts
on Ecuador's southeastern fron-
This was the fifth such re-
port in two days.
An Ecuadorian Foreign Office
communique refuted Peru's 5-
point statement of Saturday.
The communique called the
Peruvian claims unbelievable,
especially the declaration that
Ecuador had never held title to
nor exercised pouesseson over
Amazonian territories. "
But despite the sharp ex.
change of diplomatic notes
there was no Indication that
either nation meant to extend
the conflict.
In Lima a government spokes-
man was unavailable for com-
ment on the Ecuadorian claim
but as editorial in the "La Or6-
hloa" uggeted that theft, ba-
doMtah government was trying
to arouse a "national psychosis"
to counteract internal political
"They adopt a false position
of nationalism when they find
out their .power is declining.
This attitude is criminal, and
"Galo Plaza has not yet re-
paired the damage he created
when he forced his soldiers -
who were in a drunken state-
to attack ours.
"The maneuver happened sev-
eral hours after a venomous
speech by Galo Plaza during
festivities celebrating the Ecua-
dorian national anniversary."


PEACE CAMP, Korea, Aug. 13 (UP) The Commun-
ists threw t'e Koesong ceasefire conference into a still
deader deadlock by again insisting flatly that the armis-
tice buffer zone be along the 38th parallel, and calling
the United Nations proposal for a line more or less along
the present battlefront "mad."
Chief Communist negotiator North Korean General
Nam'll, quoted by Radio Peiping, said:
"The responsibility for stalemate in the Kaesong nego-
tiations must be fully borne by the United Nations.
"Unless the United Nations give in on their demands
the conference will not in future have true significance,
and no progress can be made."
Nevertheless the negotiators are to hold their 24th
meeting tomorrow, with only the prospect of further tedi-
ous deadlock ahead of them.

The United Nations proposals
are for a buffer zone based more
or less along the present battle-
line and extending northwards
for a depth sufficient to guaran-
tee adequate defense for the Uni-
ted Nations positions.
While refusing to budge on
their demand for a truce line a-

Panami Health Chief

Dr. Forest Brown

Returning to States
Dr. Forest R. Brown, who has
served as Health Officer in Pa-
namn afee March 1949, has re-
signed from the Canal organ-
ization. His resignation will be-
come effective at the .end of
Dr. Brown plans to return to
Oklahoma, his native state,
where he will be employed with
the State Health Department.
No successor has been named.
He first joined the Canal or-
ganization In 1936 as an intern
at Gorgas Hospital and com-
pleted residency training there
the following year.
He was In private practice in
Oklahoma from 1938 to 1941
when he was employed as phy-
sician at the Pedro Miguel Dis-
pensary. On year's leave of ab-
sence in 1941 and 1942, he took
a special course in venereal di-
sease control at the Johns Hop-
kins School of Hygiene and
Public Health.
On his return to the Canal
organization, he was named Di-
rector of Venereal Disease Con-
trol and held that position until
his appointment as Health Of-
ficer in Panama.

Romanian General
Others, Get Death
Sentences As Spies

ROMANIA, Aug. 13 (UP). -
Four prominent Romanians, in-
cluding a former general in the
air force, were sentenced to
death here today on charges of
spying for the United States
and Great Britain.
Four other defendants drew
sentences ranging up to 12 years
military confinement.
All had confessed to transmit-
ting political and economic In-
formation and state secrets to
the British Legation here.

long the 38th parallel the Com-
munist negotiators have also re-
fused to go on to the next items
on the agenda arrangements
for the assurance of any trute-
through Inspection facilities, and
arrangements concerning prison-
ers of war.
The main developments at
meeting as they emerged from
the fog of security and propagan-
da were:
1) Nkm II presented a map
showing the relationship of the
Allied and Red.demarcation pro-
posals to the present battle line.,
2) Nam was more temperate In
tone while not withdrawing from
his insistence on the 38th paral-
lel as the truce line.
3) Vice Admiral C. Turner Joy
asked Nam at the close of :'
meeting for a Communist. ero
of a demilitarized zone based ont
the battle line. He got no answer.
4) Outside the conference
room, Communist newsmen told
Allied reporters they felt the two
delegates could reach some point
of agreement if Joy would state
definitely where he wants the de-
marcation line and was willing to
Apparently the Communists'
move, slight as it was. was enough
to keep the UN delegation in the
game. If it proves that the move
was meaningless, when the cri-
sis will be revived and perhaps it
will be gnly a matter of time un-
til a deadlock forces one side on
the other to do something dras-

10-Cent WI Stamp
To Be On Sale
At Mount Hope
The new Canal Zone 10-cent
stamp, commemorating the con-
tribution of West Indian labor
to the construction of the Pa-
nama Canal. will be on sale aS
the Mount Hope Stadium Wed-
nesday afternoon during the ce-
rerorny to be held there.
Canal Zone postal officials
annuunccd Monday that equip-
ment will be provided at the
Stadium for first-day cancella-
Special envelopes for the first
day Issue will be on sale by the
Clubhouse Division at the Sta-
During the 10 years of Canal
construction, 31,071 of the 45,107
laborers brought to the Isthmus
by the Isthmian Canal Commis-
sion were from the West Indies.

BRLIN, Aug. 13 (UP) The
Western Allies and German au-
thorities were expected to order
strict security measures today a-
round all military and govern-
mental institutions.'
Leading East German Commu-
nist Walter Ulbright in ar in-
flammatory address to thousands
of young Communists in East
Berlin last night called on the
youths to sabotage Western ef-
forts to make West Germany an
Allied military base.
Hundreds of thousands of mill-
tant Communist blueshirts pir.r
aded through a rain of anti-red
leaflets in Soviet Berlin yesterday
flourishing banners that pro-
claimed their hatred of the West.
The parade, main event of th.
15-day anti-Western propaganda
convention here, lasted eight
The turnout, however, fell far
below the 1,000,000 forecast by the
leaders of Soviet Germany.
A U.S. Air Force observer esti-
mated that there were about 350,-
000 persons in the parade.
Most of the marchers wers were
blue.-shIrted young East German

The paraders marched behind
banners bearing such slogans as
"Death to the Anglo-American
war criminals!" and "Ami (Ame-
ricans) go home!"
One group carried a poster
depicting President Truman on
the gallows and Gen. Dwight D.
Eisenhower with a snarl on his
face and a skull peering over his
West Berlin's anti-Communists

10 Old Buildings

Put Up for Sale

To Best Bidder
A group of 11 4ld buildings in
La Boca, Balboa, Ancon and Red
Tank are being offered for sale
by the Canal organization. Bids
will be received in the office of
the Superintendent of Store-
houses at Balboa until 10:30
a.m. August 29.
The buildings being sold are:
Number 778 in Balboa; 905-C,
922, 924, 926, 928-C and 930 in
La Boca; 518 in Anc6n; 636 in
Balboa; and 536 and 540 in Red
Number 778 in Balboa is the
building used by the American
Legion until that organization
moved to the Sailfish Club. It
was formerly a school.
The buildings in La B9ca are
barracks constructed about 1907
and a bunk boiler, which are
now surplus to Canal needs.
The. building being sold in
Ancon is a frame cottage over-
looking the new housing deve-
lopment area along Ancon Boule-
vard and Chagres Street.
Building 836 in Balboa was
formerly used as a motor car
shed in which motor cars wer6
repaired by the Panama Rail-
Numbers 536 and 540 in Red
Tank are the large old quarters
structures generally known as
the "Iceberg" and "Titanic."

Privateer, 12 Aboard,
Missing In Alaska
KODIAK, Alaska, Aug. 13 (UP)
-A United States Navy Pri-
vateer with 12 men aboard is
missing on a flight from Kodiak
to Adak Island. Four planes
have gone itaging in the North-
west in the past three weeks.

Sister Kenny, Polio
Expert, Incurably Ill
SYDNEY, Aug. 13 (UP).-Sis-
ter Elisabeth Kenny. 64. the
Australian nure who devoted
her life to tightng polio, said
bere today tlat she is Incurably
Ui and has little time left In
this world.

were not idle. They showered 4,-
000,000,anti-Red leaflets on the
paraders from rockets, exploding.
balloons and Fourth of July mor-
One well-aimed balloon rained
leaflets on the heads of Russian
Gen. Vassily I. Chulkov and oth.
er top leaders of Soviet East Ger-
The first leaflets were angrily
torn to bits by Communists from
the sidelines, but later showers
were Ignored both by the march-
ers and the spectators.
There were no Americans in
the parade, but about 15 persons
from the United States sat under
an American flag in the stands.
Most of them cheered loudly as
anti-American slogans were car-
red by, but at least one was dis-
gusted by the "Nasl-like" display.
Members of Red Germany's
"Police Army" did their best to
keep Western newsmen away
from the American section of the
stands, and reporters who did get
through found the delegates un-
willing to talk while they were in
the crowd.
Later, however', one Commun-
A sympathizer from the United
#tates told correspondents that
Swas disgusted by the "phony
tn" puped by the Com,.
"M ust S tzonrattoh.
I lTrt l ftsad%,he
He identified himself only as
"Vincent," refusing to give his full
name because "I want to go back
to the United States and teach. It
would-hurt my chances of getting
a job."
He said he was studying in Pa-
dua, Italy. Most of the delegates
from the United States who at-
tended the Communist conven-
tion were students living in Eu-
rope. Vincent said.
"I'm not a Communist..." he
added. "You could probably de-.
scribe me as a sympathizer,
though...I came here to find out
what this is all about."

Old Faithful 'Humphries'

Back For Sherman Service

"Waitin' for The General Hum-
phries," will soon become a fam-
iliar song again along the Cris-
tobal waterfront.
The well known ferry which
shuttled thousands of servicemen
and visitors across Limon Bay to
Fort Sherman during World War
II was brought through the
breakwater Saturday morning by
a Moran .Towing Company tug
sent,to fetch her from Charleston
Storage Basin on the South Caro-
lina coast.
Never built for blue water sail-
ing, the "Hlumphries"-first name
of "General Charles F."-sets
claim to being one of the most
traveled ferries on earth. There's
something about that vessel...
To begin with, she wasn't born
the Humphries, so they say. The
first and middle years of her life
were spent quietly chuffing
around New York harbor, to and
fro-pro and con. Then one day
in a heavy fog she eased out of
her slip quietly enough, but fail-
ed to dock on the other side of
the river.
Startled commuters fo u n d
themselves in the Lower Bay
with the Atlantic Ocean lapping
at the ferry's hull before the cap-
tain got his bearings and'headed
for home.
For two days the New York
papers spotlighted the lost fer-
ry (and eventually a play-
wright got a show about it on
But the Humphries had a taste
of the Big Sea. New bridges and
tunnels were putting New York
ferries out of business. When the
Army needed her in PanamA the
old harbor craft was boarded up
and cleared in tow for Cristobal.
That was in 1940, when pre-

Sweden Won't Return
Escapees To Poland
BTOCKHOLM, Aug. 13 (UP)-.
Sweden has rejected a' Polsh
extradition demand and xrant-
ed political asylum to 12 PolIMh
sailors who 11 days ago mutini-
ed, locked their officers below
dee oand brought their mlin
sweeper into a Swedish port.

war construction was at Its
height. A special slip was built
there for the double-decked
Humphries-wnich can carry 400
passengers and some 11 vehicles.
Declared surplus after Fort
Sherman closed, steel plates were
welded onto the Humphries fore
and aft and she was otherwise
weatherproofed for sea-going. In
June 1950 she was towed to
When the Army decided this
spring to reactivate Ft. Sherman,
one of its first steps was to order
the Humphries back.
It'll take a few days to cut off
the weatherproofing and get an
Army Transportation Corps crew
aboard, including some of the
men who ran her before.
Schedules will then be forth-
coming, the Army said today.

Communist Embassies Termed

Funnel for Spies, Saboteurs

By James E. Donovan
-Senate investigators said to-
day that embassies and other
diplomatic offices of Iron Cur-
tain nations have become "a
huge funnel" for slipping spies
and saboteurs Into this coun-
Chairman Pat McCarran, D.,
Nev., of the Senate Internal
Security Suboommittee, which
has been conducting a secret
investigation of subversive
aliens, chided the administra-
tion for falling to crack-down
on what he said are dangerous
diplomats from Russia and her
"Apparently," he said, "the
State and Justice Departments
are too timid to use the power
of the Internal Security Act to
dve dangerous elements from
MearMan made public a re-

port from a committee "task
force" which recently conduct-
ed hearings on the subject. He
also made public a 71-page
transcript of the. sessions, in
which many government offi-
cials testified.
The report said the State
Department has received ad-
verse security Information on
85 aliens with diplomatic or
semi-diplomatic status, but has
taken no action against them
under the Internal Security Act.
Under this law, the govern-
ment may deport even a diplo-
mat If It discovers' that he is
engaging in espionage, sabotage
or other activities against pub-
lic safety.
The committee recommended
these Immediate steps: .
1. The State and Justice
Department undertake a "vigor-
ous enforcement" of those sec-
tions of the law which call for
the exclusion or deportation of

any alien, including -diplomats,
whose presence in this country
"endangers the public safety."
2. The State Department ne-
gotiate an agreement with the
United Nations limiting the
area through which UN per-
sonnel may travel while going
to and from UN headquarters
in New York.
3. President Truman issue
rules and regulations to gov-
ern the exclusion of top-rank-
ing diplomats ambassadors,
ministers and top consular of-
ficials "whose admission Into.
the United States would en-
danger thep public safety."*
During the hearings, govern-
ment witnesses testified that
over 3,600 visas have been Is-
sued to Iron Curttin diinnata
from July, I47' to Mah 11.
Of these, 3,297 were accredited
to the United States and 1314
to the United Nations or Oth
International organisatlona.

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S.S. Chiriqul ...................................Aug. 19
S.S. Byfjord ............. .................Aug. 25
S.S. Levers Bend ..............................Aug. 31
S.S. Chiriqui ................................. Sept. 2
(BeadUns Refrierated Cameds and GOmera Camw)

New York Freight Service Crist6bnl
S.S. Cape Ann ................................. Aug. 12
S.S. Cape Cod ..................................SAug. 20
S.S. MayaS, .................................... Aug. 25
S.S. Cape Avinof ...............................Sept. 1
Weekly Sallngs to New York, Los Angeles, San Franesco. Seattle
Occasional Sallinp to New Orleans and Mobile.
(The Steamers in tbb disservice are limited to twelve passegers)
trrequinl Freight Salitis from Cristobal to West Coast Central America

Cristobal to New Orleans via
Puerto Barrios, Guatemala


S.S. Chiriqui ........ (Passenger Service Only)..Aug 21
S.S. Chiriqui .... ............................ Sept. 4


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Shipping & AirLine News ..I

Panair Do Brasil May Buy The initial shipment of 5,000
British-Built Comets cards is being brought from Bo-
Panair Do Brasil is the first gota aboard El Colomblano, the
South American airline to A- International flight between the
nounce it is thinking about buy- Colombian capital and New York
ing British-built Comet jet air- Operated by Aerovias Nacionales
liners. de Colombia (Avianca), an affil-
Officials of Panair Do Brasil late of Pan American World Air-
have visited the De Havilland ways.
works at Hatfield, England, They will be obtainable from
where the Comet is made. Colombian consulates in the Uni-
Initial order may be for three ted States, Canada and Panama
of these 500 m.p.h., 40,000 ft. ma- for pleasure travel upon pireen- 'RECI AD AM I RI D P IDE
chines which would cut Panair station of proof of citizenship, two
Do Brasil's time from Rio to I4- mall passport-type photos, a
ma from the present 10 hours to smallpox vaccination certificate OrwtSD MoNAW- HAS LAW 7
less than six. and a round-trip or continuing r 'n O ,AAV M.,
The Comets being considered transportation ticket. PwrrW O KIAP R
by Panair Do Brasil would have The cards, costing $5, are good WHATeIVES? TV WRSE
more powerful engines and a for a 90-day visit. They must be MEET UP WIT
longer range than the Comets used within 60 days after they A SKUNK ?
BOAC plans to operate out of are obtained, and the time limit
New York early next year on cannot be extended. I
sun-hunting Bermudan and Ca- The new Immigration law elim-
ribbean schedules. nates the former requirements
At least two other operators of passports, visas, police certifi-
are presently awaiting Comet de- cate, marital and financial sta-
liveries, tus documents and a general 73
Canadian Pacific Airlines will health certificate.
fly them. south from Honolulu on
its Australia-New Zealand run..-
The French airline Chargeuira
Reunis S.A., will put them into
service from Paris to Brazaville
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aliminatory processes of the intestine. It out." Keep Eno handy for pleasant, s
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1 Shipbuildin In Britain .rAnBY ON M
Still Expandn OR.WNMUS I DON 1 r
Britain Is still building more CONTACT WITH ALLEY SU VER H
than four times the amount of BY OSWALD JAmOBTDQOy P*RBi QEARHS L
shipping under construction I Written for NEA Service MACHINE L S ItR
any other country. Lloyds Regis-A Serve
ter Shipping Returns Issued re- ...AN
cently show that her actual ton- ACE WHERE
this year increased over the first NO DWT (D) as -
quarter by about 42,000 tons, al- A3 8 THEUOMEAF
though the proportion to world VJ 106S THE ROMAN
merchant shipbuilding shows a Q 9812 OCCUPATN
slight decline: from 40.7 to 39.7 #764 7 6 4
per cent. WST RAST
The number of vessels on which 6 A J 9 7 4 Q 10 8 2
work was begun in British yards K Q5 VA9842
nd. during the second quarter was K J7 4 A 10 6 3
79. This figure, which is above 4698 H6None
average, corresponds with the ..
number of vessel launched.
This shows little time was lost 6 K
17 in utilizing vacated slipways, a V 7 BOOTS AND DB BUDDIES Who E
22 reflection of the very large re- T54
serve of tonnage waiting to be 4 AKQJ 10532
laid down. -Wvul.
Work was completed on 70 ves- aNoth Zest s.dh "Wet S\Y'% .6GtU6%\ 6 -^, "
6 sels, indicating little delay in fit- Pasn Pass 3N.T. P ass W-4 W I T$NW I jSE-
13 ting out. Pass Pass 4I E RL. tAIMNr -
At the end of June 255 ships to- Opening lead- 4 7 i ] SL" VLm-? I6 0
telling 1,800,000 tons. were on U e I I... I ..t '-

Colombia Reduces A sound shutout bid makes life '
Travel Red Tape difficult for your opponents even
Colombia is the newest addl. though they are very well aware
26 tion to the growing list of pro- of what you are dong.. If their -
gressive Latin American nations strength Is fairly equally divided,
that are cutting through anti- as is often the oase, each. may
quated red tape to facilitate' tour.- fear that the other Ihas a very
15 ist travel. w 18M M .and de t i
The first Colombian touiife lore il totake action I
cards eliminating passports That is exactly what happened
and visas for visitors were de- in the hand shown today. Sam L
livered last Wednesday to the Co- Stayman held the South cards in
lombian consul general in New an Important team match. His ayo!
York, who will distribute them to bid of three no-trump was known CAPTAIN EAST
all Colombian consulates in the to, be a gambling bid, based on a
United States. long suit and a side entry or two.
Poor West was up against it. 4MY. YOU'RE DONT TRY' RIOWO E, PAL | WY. o t K
HIS broken saade suit an his on- CARRYI0f TW JOKE AND 'M NON KIDDING! G AMB DRTV CROOK! Ti
His broken FAR,1AC! A TT PAPER. tN UCl 0 WOULD'
ly moderately strong hand weft TOO FAR C A AT MERDOAND EUIC LON'
LYw IW not enough to spur him to action. TH' WCOAI ATION 6"TRACT T'G1T11
FL He passed, fearing that his part- TO TH' GAFE. 1... WTCHMUN IT
ner (who had already passed), 6OTrA GO6 Ow-
might have a pretty poor hand.
East could do nothing when his
turn came. He had passed origin- Y
ally and could hardly barge out
at the level of four. He knew his
partner had something or other,
but he felt he could not start try-
Enaoy the comfort ing to find a fit if his partner had,
been unable to act independently.
and thoughtful service West led the seven of spades,
which have made PAA and Stayman rolled in the first
"Sfrst ehiteo" of nine tricks with the king of
spades and eight clubs. Needless
veteran travelers to say, great, was the moaning
the world over, and groaning threat. During the VIC FLINT Verbal Is Pop
play East and West realized what VIC FLINT
they had been talked out of.
MeX O C ity In the other room the South .
player opened with a modest bid. *TMN wuuLL PUTr ONN Vu CAN we Ne5D *ov0 AM~M
Co-tral Amorle 0 of one club. The opponents got to OUR PITCH OLrrtA'. COUNT ON PEOP..O ON THI& 6HO
six spades, and South finally TW f WiLKIN S PLANT U4, 1iR/ THOQ* 6UV. MAK&INO
PAA provides the on. passed in the hope of setting AT'TWO TO~MtoWR- PrCH,/
ly daily service and them. Needless to say. six spades AFTERNOON?
was fulfilled with ease. In fact, all -
until Sept. 30th, an thirteen tricks were won.
The score for the slam was
excursionfare to 1460 points. In the first room a 1.
Mexico City of $207, score,of 400 points was made on
the North-South cards. Hence the .
good for 60 days. Stayman team won 1860 points
c- this one hand alone.
stn Incidentally, I should point
Milm-* JKii ton out that a bid of three no-trump
Houston is sound on a long suit and a
prayer only if you have another
New Orgl ms way to show a balanced hand of
tremendous power. Stayman and
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Al Live I 9 cknied Cars

SN.C., Aug. 13 (UP A speed
stre~~m rhurtled from the tracks of a rain-weakened
oWdbedd*or here yesterday, but the 500 persons aboard
escape t earthor permanent injury.
S fye it persons were injured, none of them sen.
ousty, when nine cars of the Atlantic Coast Line's fast
"Chm pn No. 2' snaked off the rails on the crumbling
roadbed ind jackknifed.
Two of the derailed cars were empty diners and the
other even" were coaches, only partly loaded with slum,
being passengers. Most of the passengers were home
ward-bound vocationists.
One diner was 'hurled more engineer of the Champion, saic
than 30 feet down an embank- he Slowed down to less than 61
ment beside the tracks and an- miles an hour before starting
other flipped into the air and over the weakened section al.
fell back on its side, though the roadbed looked safe
Coaches lay tangled like so
many jackstraws up and down
the railroad right-of-way. Brownie Day Camp
Seven persons were taken to
Johnston County hospital here In OG tun Gym
and six more to hospital in
nearby Wilson. Fifteen other Closes Wednesday
passengers were treated at the
wreck for minor iriJpries.
Most of the passengers climbed Camp Harriet, the Canal Zoen
out of the tilted cars themselves, Girl Scot Council Brownie Day
ut thetilte aytsheoced Camp which has been meeting at
but six persons, badly shocked by the Gatun Gymnasium, will hold
the crash, were carried out on its closing program on the las
stretchers. day of camp, Wednesday, front
Mrs. Caprice Rincler of Brok- 1:00 to 3:00, Mrs. Norman B
lyn, N.Y., was riding in a coach announced
just behind the diners when the On the schedule of events are
train was derailed. a grand march, a hello song, a
"I had dozed off and the next talkby the Director, a dramatl
thing I knew I was thrown under presentation from each of the
my seat," she said. four units, the game John Jacot
"My luggage was all down on Jingleheimer Schmitt, a camp-
ton of me. I heard other people, fire song, the singing of taps anc
screaming in the car. The seat the presenting of flowers to mo.
had slid from its place' all -the others by their daughters at camp
way to the end of the car. Guests are invited to look at the
way to te end o the car. exhibits of handicraft which will
The streamliner's engine and be on display of articles made b3
first four cars passed over the the young campers. Friends 01
weak spot with no trouble, ac-. Scouting in Gatun are invited.
cording to ACL officials examin-
ing crew reports. Also It was announced that, al-
though each Camper paid a tul-
Another passenger train had tion of fifty cents a day it was
gone over the weak roadbed less found that each girls attending
than an hour earlier with no cost the Girl Scout Council aboul
trouble. $.84. There were sixty one camp-
C. W. Mason of Richmond, Va., ers enrolled in camp this season

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SUS Anti-Communist Drive

S4May Prove Costliest Case

-The Gofrnment's expanding
'crackdown on home front com-
muinism is fast shaping up as
one of the most expensive crimi-
nal legal battles in the nation's
The cost of the drive to curb
domestic Reds as a counterpart
to the struggle against com-
munism abroad already is well
over a' $1,000,000 and probably,
will mount to many times that-
figures before the issue is de-
cided finally.
While exact figures cannot be
nailed down because of the
complexity of the campaign, of-
ficials estimated that the Jus-
tice Depprtment --."'- -.. "'
has spent well over $500,000 to
l9il the party's 11 top lefaers.
The Reds themselves claim to
have spent Ps mu'h o'- more.
Tht expense to the Govern-
ment covers only tV- s.q"-'Is
of Justice Department attor-
neys working on .and
other expenses such as pay for
U. S. Marshals and the cost of
voluminous briefs and trans-
The party leaders were con-
victed of conspiring to teach
and advocate violent overthrow
of the Government after a nine-
months trial in New York that
cost the Federal treasury an es-
timated $1,000 a day or near-
ly $300,000.
The rest of the half million
dollars reported by Justice De-
partment officials presumably
reflects the cost of flahting the
unsuccessful appeal of the Red
officials to the Supreme Court.
Thp figure does not include
the\gigantic work of FBI agents
in perfecting the Government's
case or the man-hours put in
by' Court judges and employes.
But if the anti-communist
drive has cost the federal trea-
sury heavily, it also has hit the
communists in their pocket-
In addition to the estimated
.500,000 in attorney's fees for
the New York trial, the party
undertook the costly procedure
of carrying an appeal to the Su-
oreme Court and is now seek-
ing a re-hearing by the High
Bench of its rejected appeal.
It faces further heavy expen-
ses in connection with the
forthcoming trials of the arrest-
ed party underlings plus any

Farm Labor Leaders

Angered By Import

Of Mexican Workers
-(UP I-The United States and
Mexico Saturday invoked a new
Agreement to permit the im-
portation of Mexican farm
workers to help harvest Ameri-
can crops.
Secretary of Labor Maurice 3.
Tobin announced that the Gov-
ernment will seek to recruit
and bring In 100,000 Mexicans
during the next 60 to 75 days.
The agreement, which super-
sedes one that expired July 15,
was signed in Mexico City over
objections of organized labor
in this country.
It was denounced as a "cross
fraud and deceit" by the Na-
tional Farm Labor Union (AFL)
which claimed that it had been
worked out by "Wily govern-
ment lawyers and stratosphere
diplomats" on behalf of wealthy
farmers "who want cheap labor
from Mexico to exploit."
The agreement was based on
terms of a new law which
makes the U. S. Government
responsible for seeing to it that
the imported Mexicans receive
fair treatment and pay while
in the tilited States.
Tobin said the U. S. and
Mexican Governments are tak-
ing every step possible to meet
farm needs in this country
"without injury to the labor
standards of this country apd
of Mexico and without dis-
placing American farm work-
He said his department is
bending every effort to assure
the fullest use on farms of
American labor.
President H.. L. Mitchell of
the Farm Union recalled that
President Truman signed the
bill over the combined protests
of AFL President William Green,
CIO President Philip Murray,
"and many others."
He said labor was not repre-
sented at Mexico City but that
"hordes of big farmers" were
present when the agreement was
negotiated .and slgngd.
"It is obviously a document
prepared by shrewd lawyers at-
tempting to meet the require-
ments of the corporation farm-
ers who want cheap labor from
Mexico to exploit," Mitchell
Tobin said the Mexicans. will
be recruited at five stations to
be set up in Mexicani cities.
Reception center he added,
will be established in this coun-
try at or near Brownsville, La-
redo, and El Pawo, Tex,, Nogales,
..Ariz, .nd. Calico, Cal.

others who may be picked up
later by the FBI. Other local
crackdowns on party leaders
are, said to be in prospect..
In addition to party expen-
ditures, the Civil Rights Con-
gress bal fund lost $80,000
.when the courts forfeited the
balls of the four top.missing
party members.
The courts likewise collected
,10,000 in fines from each of the
11 convicted Reds or a total
of $110,000.



Jehovah Witness
Coae-ntion Closes;
363 At Session
"Liberty by obedience to' the
Most High God; by peaceful pro-
ceedure, and not by any human
rebellion Of a makeshift arrange-
ment," was emphasized by G. A.
Luning, district minister of the
Watch Tower Society, addressing
the Jehovah's witnesses' conven-
tion which closed in Panama
City here yesterday.
As a climax to the three day
as s e m b y, announcement was
made of the release of a new
book entitled "What Has Religion
Done For Mankind," and a new
boolet "wilr Religion Meet The
World Crisis?" both of which
were officially released at the
International convention of the
witnesses.just concluded in Lon-
don, England.
Sunday morning seven persons
were immersed. The convention
closed with 363 in attendance.
This same three day program is
to be duplicated in Col6n next
week end from Friday through
Sunday. ,


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SGroup Meetlihp
The Junta Femenina de Ben :
ficencia will hold an imporUtaM
meeting on Tuesday. August 14
at the Pacific Clubhouse corn-
mencing at 7:30 p.m.
Miss Vivian Witter, newly ini
stalled president will preside.
BERWICK, Pa., Aug. 11 (U.P.)
Mike Slavich, 68, was de-'
scribed by his attorney at a
court support hearing as "not
a deserter, but a refugee who
left his home in self-defense.
He was ordered by the court
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Amerkan League

Cleveland 69
New York. 68
Boston 65
Chicago. .. 60
Detroit 51
Washington 47
Philadelphia 43
St. Louis 34

Lost Pet.
39 .639
41 .624
45 .591
50 .545
56 .477
62 .431
69 .384
75 .312



New York at Washington (N).
Detroit at Cleveland (N).
(Only Games Scheduled).

. ..AK-' .W .. ..: --- I



National League
TEAMS-- Won Lost Pet. G.B.
Brooklyn .. 71 36 .664 -
New York.. 61 51 .545 124
Philadelphia 57 54 .514 16
St. Louis 52 52 .5H0 17H
Boston 50 56 .472 2Vi4
Cincinnati 49 59 .454 228%
Chicago. .. 47 59 .443 234
Pittsburgh 45 65 ,409 27"1,
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh (2).
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
Boston at Brooklyn (N).
Philodelnhia at New VnYork

New York 000 000 500-5 9 0 FIRST GAME
Philadelp'a 204 001 20x-- 9 17 0 Pittsburgh 000 010 000--1 4 0
Morgan 18-21, Schallock, Shea Chicago 000 000 000-0 5 1
and Berra; Hooper (7-8), Scheib, Dickson (16-101 and McCul-
Kellner and Tipton. lough; Hatten (3-2), Klippstein
SECOND AME and Burgess.
New York 022 000 0-4 7 2' SECOND GAME
Philadelphia 022 201 0-7 11 1 Pittsburgh 000 000 000--0 8 1
Weisler 10-1), Kramer, Ostrow- Chicago 000 003 03x-6 14 0
ski, Overmire and Berra: Shantz Werle (6-5) and Garaglola;
(11-8) and Astroth. Minner 16-11) and Owen.
FIRST GAME Cincinnati 003 000 000-3 8 0
Washingt'n 001 001 000-2 8 3 St. Louis 000 000 211-4 8 1
Boston 001 003 20x-6 10 0 Wehmeier (2-7) and Howell;
Johnson (6-81 and Kluttz; Boyer. Brazle, Poholsky, Brecheen
Scarborough ,9-5) and Rosar. (8-31 and Rice.
SECOND GAME Boston 100 000 100-2 8 2
Washingt'n 010 000 010--2 8 1 Brooklyn 000 200 14x-7 9 2
B]ton 001 022 01x-6 11 0 Samn 4-13,, Chipman. Estock
'Hudson (3-8), Ferrick and and St. Claire; Newcombe (16-6)
Grasso; Wight (5-5) and Robin- and C'ampanella.

Chicago 100 000 000-1 4 0
Cleveland 210 030 IHx- 7 14 2
Pierce i11-10i, Kretlow. Jud-
son, Dorish and Masi; Garcia
(16-7' and Tebbetts.
St. Louis 010 000 000-1 3 2
Detroit 000 000 002-2 8 1
McDonald 11-31 and Batts:
%, r- 'A in -i n .r" d, Gin sberg

Philadelp'a 101 000 000-2 7 0
New York 003 000 OOx-3 6 0
Meyer, Thompson (3-7), Heint-
zelman and Seminick; Maglle
116-5) and Westrum.
Philadelp'a 010 000 000-1 4 2
New York 000 002 OOx-2 4 0
T nh noq (1-31. Constant and

G Oray, Can ca m ( an > g. LiomlA nnso n 5- w. *Wn*I t >... U.LU
Wilber; Corwin (2-1) and Wes-
Little League trum.
third place honors in the Local
Rate Little League by halting
LOCAL RATE Monticello Gamboans, 11 to 2.
Championship Series Southpaw Karl Sinclair was the
TEAMS- Won Lost Pet. winning pitcher for the victors,
Twin City Rookies 1 0 1.000 J. Allen was credited wit hthe de-
Ifill La Bocans 0 1 .000 feat.
I B The box score follows:
Twin City Rookies bagged the Fergus La Boca Cubsa-- AB R H
first game of the championship W. Forde, lb ........ 4 1 0
series of the LoCal Rate Little J. Howard, 3b-p......4 1 2
League by defeating Ifill La Bo- W. Barnaby, rf-3b .. 4 1 2
faris, 10 to 7. aL LaBoca, yester- W t.St. Louis, c.... 4 1 1
;, before an overflow crowd. C. Griffith, cf.. .. 4 2 4
The game, which was sched- A. Howell, 2b........4 2 3
uled for the Balboa Stadium, was E. Wilson, If ........ 3 1 1
shifted to the La Boca Ball Pa-k A. Brown, ss ........ 4 1 1
because of the muddy condition K. Sinclair, p-rf ......4 1 2
".f the Balboa nfileld. l
.. Twin City Rookies sent to the, Totals.. ..........3511 1
mound their ace fireballer, Ra- ....
m6n Jimenez. who went the en- Monticello Gamboans-- AB R H
tire distance, striking out five C. Baxter. 2b-c ...... 4 0 3
and yielding but six hits. Robert R. Grant, ss ........ 4 0 0
Pate started for Ifill La Bocans M. Grant, If ........ 3 0 0
but relinquished in the second to H Warren. p-c ...... 2 0 1
P e d r o Wellington. Pate was L. Fardin, lb ........ 2 0 0
charged with the defeat. A. Jones, cf ....... 2 0 0
The oox score follows: R. Fennell. rf ...... 2 0
Twin City Rookies- AB R H H. Blake, 3b ........ 3 1 0
A. Titus. lb . 4 2 31 J. Allen. p-2b .... .. 2 2
H. Gillings. ss.. ...... 4 1 1 -
R. Jimlne!. .. ...... 3 3 2 Totals ... ... 24 2 6
R. Molinar. 3b ...... 4 1 2 Score By Innings
G. Moreno. 2b ........ 4 0 0 Fergus Cubs 040 007-11
L. Blades, c ........ 3 0 0 Montic'llo Gamboans 003 002- 2
R. Blades, rf ....... 2 1 0 NEXT GAME (Tuesday)
C. Garnett, cf. ...... 3 1 2 Twin City Rookies vs. Ifill La
-.-..- -_ Bocans, at Paraiso, 4:15 p.m.
Totals.. ......... 31 10 12'

Ifill La Bocans- AB R H
R. Brown. 2b ........ 3 0 01
4L. Ifill. (-If .. ...... 2 0 0
1. Lord. 3b ........ 2 1 0
R. Pate, p-c ........ 3 2 21
E. Best. ss......... 3 2 1
C. Caddie, If ........ 3 2 2
C. Layne, rf .... .... 3 0 1
G. Payne, cf ........ 1 0 0
P. Wellington, p.. .. ..2 0 0
R. Inniss. lb ..... .3 0 0
TotaLs .. ...........25 7 6
Score By Innings
Twin City Rookies 350 200-10
Ifill La Bocans 400 102- 7
Fergus La Boca Cubs captured

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Enters Es so

Soap Box Derby

AKRON, 0., Aug. 13, (UP) -
Darwin Cooper, 15, ot jjaui,lle,
Pa., drove his home-made racer
to victory in the finals of the All-
American Soap Box Derby yes-
terday, edging out two opponents
to win the championship and a
$5,000 college scholarship.
Young Cooper, first Pennsyl-
vanian ever to win, piloted his
sleek, low-slung black racer down
the 975.-foot inclined speedway
in 27.97 seconds.
He beat by about one-half a
length, the Gary, Ind.. entry. Ray
Marconi. 12, of Hobart. Ind. Paul
Albright. 12, of Jefferson City,
Mo.. finished third, a half length
behind Marconi.
Breathless and almost "too ex-
cited to talk," Cooper said: "I'm
just overcome with happiness."
He gasped that "I haven't made
up my mind yet what I want to
study, or where I want to go to
school." He can pick the college
of his choice. He sat in his racer
happily smiling at friends and
well wishers at the finish line.
A crowd estimated at about 80,,-
000 watched 141 boys pit their
motorless racing cars yesterday
in elimination heats of three
each until only three were left--
Albright, Marconi and Cooper.

The run for the big prize in the
14th annual Derby came under
bright skies. The trim little rac-
ers, built by the boys themselves
and propelled only by the pull
of gravity as they rolled down the
specially-constructed hill, were
off together.
And they were closely bunched
at the finish. But Cooper,
crouched low in his hurtling
black jitney. drove his nose a-
cross the finish line with a clear
margin over Marconi.
Young Marconi's second place
won him a new Chevrolet auto-
mobile and trophies will go to the
next higher finishers by the
sponsoring Chevrolet Co.
Fourth place went to Jimmy
Gray. Columbus. Ga.: in fifth was
Bill Herget of Akron. Ferdinand
Funke of Evansville,. Ind., was
In a pre-race feature, radio
and television ventriloquist Paul
Winchell and his dummy. "Jerry
Mahoney." won the "Oil Can"
Derby. He was racing against
P'-"lywood stars Ronald Reag pt
who came- secondd; ui#hlreft
Anpv Devine, who barely coasted
across the finish line.
Entries are fr(.n all over the
United State3, Canada. Alaska
and one from the Amerlcan oc-
cupation zone of Germany.
The weatherman promised and
delivered, low 80-degree temper-
The entries have been feted
this past week throughout the
rubber city and have been hous-
ed in Derbytown. a camp several
miles from here. It was lights out,
at 10 last night to make certain
everyone had his rest after the
strenuous week. Church services
were held this morning.
Only one entry was a doubtful
starter as the checkered flag be-
gan waving the first heats down
the 975.4 foot run. He was Ded-
ward Leibenguth. 14. of Allen-
town. Pa., who became ill late
Friday. Officials agreed upon a
local bov. Freddie Noall. to fill in
for Eddie.
The climax of the nearly week-
long affair was scheduled In
Goodyear Hall last night for pre-
sensation of prizes and a banquet
for all entries.


Ave. Tivoll No. 16
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Inspected by the
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Dicky Arias Low At 73;

Additional Flight Added
-o -
A field of 135, one of the target ever to enter an Is tlmian
golf event, splashed through a soggy Panama Golf course over
e weekend as the annual sso Company tournament got under
Dieky Arias, a top flight Panama poleUiticla addition to
being an outstanding Panama sportsman, led the huge field over
the 18-hole qualifying play with a 38-39-73, a very respectable
score considering the unfavorable elements.
H. Busby had a 74 and George Riley and ill Selimitt both
had 74s while some of the Isthmus' so-called ql'g name golfers
plodded along in the pack.

Banker Schmitt's 76 included a
brilliant 34 on the back nine.
About his 42 outgoing round he'd
rather not comment.
Pairings for the match play
rounds will be announced Wed-
nesday by pro Anibal Macarron
who did such a swell job of hand-
ling the qualifying rounds that
Esso Manager C. Paz Rodriguez
has turned over all'the details to
him. "Mac" also came in for
praise on the condition of the
course. If it hadn't been for the
rains there could have been no
reasonable beefs although
there'll always be the moaners in
evidence, unfortunately.
First flight will be the top 16,
second flight the next 16. Third
flight will consist of the next 32
and the added fourth flight will
be for the 32 divot diggers fol-
lowing in line. Of the entrants
only 39 were eliminated com-
Six dozen golf balls have been
provided as prizes for the extra
flight. The others, of course, will
compete for the beautiful Esso

The scores:
Ricardo Arias E ....
H. Busby..........
George Riley ......
Bill Schmidt ......
Herb Mitten ......
Charles MacMurray..
T. Jankus .. .. .. ..
Dave Starrett.....
Billy Beeson.. .
Dick Dehlinger .....
Jim Riley ... .....
Erasmo de la Guardia
Dave Westman. ....,
Jai. de la Guardia Jr.
W. LQBrun.. .. .. ..
Percy Graham......
Johnny Sain .. ..
J. Barr....... ..
Ren6 Estripeaut ....
Raiul Arango N. ....
J, MkcCaughey ....
Matt Shannon ...
JiA Braid...... ..
Gabriel Galindo .. ..
X. de la Guardia III..
Fellpe Clement ....
L. Halley .... ...
L. W. Prnce ......
A. G. Robinson .....
11- !eB."Bf .. .. .. ..
J. Smith. ..... ..
P. A. Engelke ......
G. Engelke.... ..
Harvey Beall ......
Archie Byine ......
Antonio Miranda....
H6ctor Vald6s, Jr...
Rogelo Precado....
L. Flemming......
T. A. Clisbee ......
Paul Bombgardner ..
Fred D. Sunsicker. .
E. Powell. .........
Stanton Brown ....
F. J. Gerhardt ....
R. M. Golden ......
L. W. Watson ......
Luis Chandeck ....
Aristobulo Carrizo.
Bob Medinger.. ...

38-35- 73
36-38- 74
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Playground Sports


The champion girls and boys
volleyball team of the Canal
Zone is to be determined at the
Balboa Gym on Tuesday morn-
ing, August 14. There will be four
boys' teams and 5 girls' teams
competing. The following brack-
ets have been drawn up for play:
Balboa: 8:45 a,m. Court 1 Mar-
9:45 a.m. Court 1.
Ancon: 8:45 a.m. Court II
Balboa: 9:45 a.m. Court II Mar-
garita. Gatun.
10:45 Court I Gatun.
Cristobal: 10:30 a.m. Court II

Frank Raymond ....
Jim Ridge .. ......
Al Saarinen..... .
Brack Hattler, Jr..
Frank Morrice, Jr.
J. B. Hinkle. ......
W. E. Hic-Hamith...
D. House ........
Rafael de Mena ..
C. F. Griswold ..
M. J. Moreno, Jr..
J, J, Vallarino, Jr..
B. G. Hattler......
8. M. Ives ........
E. L. Hamilton ..
Bob Lawler. ......
D. E. Bean........
D. Kenna .. .. .. ..
Juan F. de la Guardia
Max Heurtematte.
G. Dilfero ........
E. Halligan........
H. Demarest ......
Roger Williams
Manuel Guardia V. ..
C. Paz RodrigueL.. .
Donald Francey .. .
R. Billings...... .
Bart Elich ........
W. T. Eason. ..... .
J. A. Curtis .. .. ...
8. Bowen ........
B. Boxwell........
Mike Byrne........
Bolivar Vallarino.. .
C. Arosemena .. .. ..
Paul Fulks........
A. W. ears: ......
Agustin de Mena .. ..
J. F. Ford.. .. ....
Paul Moran. ......
R. Jones.. ........
M. Zomboy........
Lionel Moses .... ..
George Novey, Jr....
Ern. de la Guardia, Jr.
J. Olsen..........
R, Bernet ........
R. M. Collina ......
Jim DesLondes......
R. L. Glichman ....
H. C. Deering......
P. Badonski. ......
Gilberto Arias .. ..
S. Bomillow ......
Conde de Rabago....
M. C. Harley ......
0. H. Crkbb... ....
Dean Klevin ......
M. Monao .........
W. A. Daniela ......
A. Mathemy .: .. ,.
Bree Carpenter ..
Mf r. u '. .
W. H'Beoker .... ..
John Gorin........
P. T. Lang........
Adolfo A. Arias .. .
B. M. Donovan ....
Jorge Boyd..... ..
Rogello Arias ..
M. L. Monz6 ......
P, Hern .. .. ... ...
W. F. Cunningham ..
Tony Stanzlola ....
Johnny Palm ......
R. J. Dickson ......
R. W. Lawler .. .. ..
Jerry Stimson......
U. R. D. Archibold...
C. Nussbaui ......
A. A. Duran ......
J. Burgoon ... ..
A. T. Van Gelder.. I

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U.S.G.A. Abolishes 'Stymie

Proposes Other Rules Changes
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NBW YORK, Aug. 13 (UP) --
The executive committee of the
U. S. Oolf Aaociation announced
yesterday that it bha abolished
the stymie and made several oth-
er rules, changes designed to
bring the American game into
conformity with international
The revised code is scheduled
to be voted upon nexC month by
the Royal and Ancient Golf Club
of St. Andrews, Scotland-the
governing body of Mritish golf. It
approved, the new rules will be-
come effective throughout, the
world on Jan. 1, 1952.
Aside from the elimination of
the stymie, only one other rules
change is of major importance.
That revision will increase the
out-of-bound penalty from one
to two strokes. Henceforth, an
out-of-bounds shot will cost the
player botl stroke and distance,
instead o f distance only.
Golfers throughout the United
States long have stumped for the
abolition of the stymie, main-
taining that it lept match-play
competitors in -disadvantageous
conditions'on the greens as a re-
sult of chance circumstances.
Under the existing rules, when
balls come to rest within six inch-
es of the, cup, pr within six inches
of one another on the greens, the
ball closest to the cup cannot be
moved. leaving the player with
the longer putt to maneuver as
best he can.
The new rule will permit the
removal of the ball closest to the
cup so that the longer putt can
be attempted without obstruc-
If the Royal and Ancient Golf
Club also approves the proposed
code,, the only future difference
between American and British
rules will be in the size of the ball.
The minimum diameter of the
American ball is 1.02 inches,
while the British minimum is8 1.68
That difference will be of no
significance in international
matches, however, since compet-
ing teams, will be permitted. to
use either-stied ball.
Among the other U.S.G.A. rules
changes area the following:
Lateral water hazards will be
covered uniformly by a new rule..
Heretofore they have been gov.
erned only by local rules.
The putting green will be con-
sidered only that ground which.
Is. especially designed for putt-
ing. At present the putting green
Is considered all ground, except
hazards, within -0 yards of the
hole being played. Under the new
rule, greens committeeS will have
more latitude in the placing Of
and no longer will be consid-
ered a hazard i Itself, unless it
ie withinn the qonfibeg of anoth-
er hazard like a bunker.
A disqualification penalty may,
In exceptional cases, be waived
or modified if the committee in
charge considers such action.

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Indians Take AL. Lead

As Yankees Drop Twinbill

NEW YOBR, Aug. 13 (UP) -
The New York Yankees looked
like anything but champions in
9-5 and 7-4 defeats against the
seventh place Philadelphia Ath-
letiTe, even though they put over
five runs which were wied off
the booees in the second game
because of the Pennsylvania
State cuttew law.
The Athletics won their open-
er without any taint by batting
out Tom Morgan, who had won
eight in a row, and going on to
ran up 17 base hits. Eddle Jeost,
who paced the 4thletils all the-
way, made four hits in the open-
or and three In the second game.
The Cleveland Indians, mean-
while, look as though they
might be about reldy to an-
eunee their World Seri pitch-
Ing as they swept Lo their tenth
straight victory, -1, over the
Chbeigo Whit. eix.
Mike Garcia, who wone his loth
game, was noby supported by
=*r y Deby, Rat Boone apd Bob
Ava. who belted homers as the
Tribe made It 7 victories in their
last 45 games. G reia has now
won ten out of his last eleven
In the other Amerlean League

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Jtlan Franc

S1-B&alefio $7.40, $5 2.80.
eon Faith $1.0, 45.30.
3--m Maho $.60.
1-Casablanca $21.80, $4.00, $4.
2-Grito y Plata $2.60, $2.40.
3--Fllgrana $3.60.
First Doubles: (Bagalefo-Cas-
ablanca) $1328.6.
1-Fulanito $3.60, $3.40, $2.40.
2-B-by Betty $3.20, $2.40.
3-..endgo $2.80.
One-Two: (Fulanito-Baby Bet-
ty) $14 .
1-Totsa $8.20, $.80, $4.6.
2-Resorte $6.20, $4.
3-Pregonero $3.40,
QuinelaI (Treazas Resorte)
1-Microblo $45, $14, $19.60,
2-Pamphlet $12, $0.40.
3-Paragon $3.60.
1-Beduino $7.40, $5.20, $.
2-Silver Fox $4.80 $3.60.
3-Sismo $3.40.
1-Dictador $10.40, $6.40, $6.0.
2-Phoebus ApollU $13.20, $7.20.
3-Welsh Loch $3,60.
Second Doubles: (Beduino-Dic-
tader) $40.. .
1-Gaywood $6.30, $3.40, $1.60.
2-Caribe $3, $3.
3-The Bath Road $2.60.
Quiniela: (Gaywood Caribe)
1-Roadmaster $5, $3.20, $2.40.
2-DoafiEleida $3, $3.40.
I-Portec' SStar $3.40.
One-Two: (Roadmaster-Dofts
Eleida) $12.89.
1-*Polvoraao $2.20, $2.20.
2-*Carmela II $360. $2.40.
*Dead Heat.
1-Bljagual $8.40, $5.40.
2-Opex $3.20.

a&mes, the'BOeOa Red iex- w
topped the Wasiagtsa IttI,
6-2, as first JRf earborough a2
taen Bill Wight plbed tt
hit games wie the Detret *.
ers downed tqe It. Laals Bln, N
2-1, on nozt vers raise wina t
single In O last of the n~th.,
The Brooelyn Dodgers t
Negro battery Was the wh fo ew
In a 7.2 triumph over the Iesto*
Braves in which bos1 Niemibe
pitched eight-hit ballfor 1Ug llth
victory and weather Roy Camma.
anUa drove In five runs wit- ir
23rd and 4th home runs.
The New York i6qits ow uvll
pitched, 3-0 aad 2, decisions
from the Ph Usadelphia s jtuc ,
hind SaI Maj andt rookie *A
Corwin while the 8t. Lbtis Cgsd-
inals edged the Cincinnati lbds,
4r3, and the Pittsburgh. Pirates
and Chleago Cubs traded Ahut.

Spalding Cup

Doubles Entries

To Close

Entries tpr the Spaulding
Doubles Tennis Tournament
will lose at noon Friday, It was
announced thia.mknig by i
member of the PanamA Nation*
al Tennis Committee.
The Spaulding 4ap touteyr
Is one of the *dst Impetant
0loal toenws petitiono,
Interested players may. eo
tact the Panama Olym~ia
Swimming Pool or David Hal-
man at his office,

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A ebhUMSi arty will be given tomorrow by His Ex
al y the Ambassador of Nicaragua to Panam.a nd Mrs
loy sBaehs as a "despedlda" to the Papaiablnan Ambas
mad to NlMeaMra ani Mrs. Catallnmo Aujoha Grel, who
re jainfg Mewn for his new post In Icaztgl.
S TheMSrty. to which roupr of his ftri t d have been In-
vitSe wlU take place at 6. W pjn. at the Eabasy Residence Street in Bella Vista.

Honorable Thomas Gordons
To Be Amabssador's Guests
United States Ambassador to
Pnaina and Mrs. John Cooper
Wl7 wil'bave as their guests at
the Embassy residence United
States Representative of Illinois,
the Honorable Thomas Gordon
and, Mrs. Gordon with their
daughter, Miss Natalie Gordon.
Representative Gordon and his
famlly will arrive today aboard
the .S. Ancon for a four-day vis-
it on the Isthmus.
Luncheon at "El Caney"
For Panamanian Ambassador
At "El Caney," their country
home in Arraijan Mr. and Mrs.
Jaime de la Guardia tendered a
luncheon yesterday honoring the
new Ambassador of Panama to
the United States, the Honorable
Roberto Heurtematte, who is
leaving soon for his new assign-
ment In Washington.
Consular Corps Picnic
Members of the Consular As-
sociation of PanamA and their
wives went to Taboga Island yes-
terday for an alfresco luncheon
and all-day outing.
To Visit in United States
Before Starting at College
Miss Betty Newlin of Balboa Is
lanning'to sail on the S.8. Ancon
Friday. She will visit with her
brother, Mr. Michael H. Newlin in
Washington, D.C: for severall
days before going on to Raleigh,
North Carolina to visit with her
brotheir-4n-law- and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. John W. Person (nee
Mariana Newlin). The first week
in September, Miss Newlin will
attend' a house-party at Myrtle
Beach, South Carolina.'
In the middle of September she
will enroll at the University of
Kentucky at Lexington where
she will work towards'a degree in
Commerce. Miss Newlin was gra-
duated wit high honors from the
Canal Zone Junior College in
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kromer
Week-End on Pacific Side
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kromer of
Cristobal drove over to this side
on Friday evening to dine with
.Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. McCon-
aghey of CocolL They were the
overnight guests the same night
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mussel-
man of Diablo Heights.
On.a tata night Mr, and
a guieats o hbon-
: pe at the
re hlad a few oS-their
'.atS. After spending the night
atthe Phelan residence. Mr. and
Kromer returned by auto-
mn9ble with the Phelans to the
Atlatic side.
Mr. and Mrs. Kromer, who are
well known on both sides of the
Isthmus, are leaving on Friday
aboard the S.S. Ancon fdr the
United States, where they will
make their home in Washington,
D.C. Mr. Kromer has a position
with the Bureau of Standards.
Lt. CoL and Mrs. Merchant
Arrive at Post in Portugal
A cable from Lisbon, Portugal,
advised Mr. and Mrs. Crede Cal-
houn of Bella Vista of the arrival
there last week of their daughter
and son-in-law. Lieutenant Col-
onel and Mrs. M.H. Merchant and
their children, Crede-Ellen, Ber-

kle Thorne and Christopher
Colonel Merchant, who served
with the Army on the Canal Zone
before World War II, has been
assigned to the American Milita-
ry Mission to Portugal. They plan
to make their home In 'storlu.
The Komnmenichs
Announce Birth of Daughter
Marian Louise, their tilrd child
and first girl, was born to Mr.
and Mrs. Milton E. Kemmenich
of Balboa Heights at Gorgas Hos-
pital on August the second.
Carl Moultons Honored
At Fern Room "Despedlda"
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Moulton gathered for a "no host"
farewell dinner in their honor in
tlfe Fern Room of the Hotel Tiv-
oli on Saturday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Moulton are leav-
ing on Friday aboard tho Pana-
ma Railroad ship, S.S. Ancon, for
the United States to make their
home in Albuquerque, New Mexi-
Giving the party for the Moul-
tons were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Shannon, Mr. and Mrs. John
Muller, Mr. and Mrs. Ruddick, Mr.
and Mrs. Clarence Jacobson, Mr.
and Mrs. William Bain, Mr. and
Mrs. John Crawford, Mr. and Mrs.
George Fowlman, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ew-
ing, Dr. and Mrs. R. 0. Leon, Mr.
and Mrs. Wally Hammond, Mr.
and Mrs. Louis McElroy, Mr. and
Mrs. Vance Howard, Jr., Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Schnake, Mr,' and
Mrs. William Pullen, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. J. J.
Fox, Mrs. Alice Eaton, Mrs. Etta
Faye Carrell, Mrs.. Lowreneo My-
ersa, Mrs. Florence Duell Mrs.
Margery Yard, Mrs; Vida Hatch-
ett, Mrs. Madeline Field, Mrs.
Anne Eckoff, Mr. Marry Shannon
and Mr. Paul Bistrup.
ReturA From Vacation
Reverend and Mrs. Alexander
H. Shaw and their two children
returned last week from a vaca-
tion of six, weekW spent in North-
ern New Jersey and Long Island.
Reverend Shaw is pastor of the
Balboa Union Church.
Future Bride Honored
With Linen Shower
Entertaining for Miss Ida Fan-
arow, whose marriage to Lewis
Thompson will take place August
the 30th at the Balboa Union
Church, a group of friend host-
ed a linen shower at the home of
Mrs. A. T. Schmidt on Fridat eve-
Hostesses for the ihowers were
Mrs. August T. Schmidt, Mrs. Ann
De La Mater and Miss Mary Wil-
Birthday Party
For "T'na" KUbey
Mrs. C. U. Kilbey gave a party
at her home in Balboa on Thura,
day in- celebration of the fourth
birthday of her youngest daugh-
ter, Christina. A dozen of Chris-
tina's best friends attended the
The little guests were Harriett
Watson, Phyllis and Al fred
Chase, Rickey Selby, Diane Wal-
lace, Bobble Dae Detamore, Carol
Saarinen, Patricia and "Mike"
Kocher, Allen Steiner, Janet
Fields, and Tina's sister, Char-
lotte. Mrs. Kilbey was assisted by
Mrs. B. V .Mclntyre.






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Sasen 2t o Mmeet
ThM rdenQroup of the Bal'
boa WoDha. CLUb is set to t teet
ati, h me of Mrs. C-P. Morean
on.W0neday morning at 11:00.
Mr. Morian will give a lesson in
pottu poltots.
A o m bers are Welcome and
Invited to bring a picnic lunch.
Caribbean Stmp Club
Meet Tonight
The Caribbean Stamp Club will
meet tonight in the Library of
the Jewlsh Welfare Board. U9O
Center.-After the business meet-
ing an exchange of stamps will
be held. All persons Interested in
stamps are welcomed at the
meetings of the Stamp Club.

Radio Programs
Your Community Stotion

Wham, 100.000 Pople Meet
today, Monday. Aug. It
3:30-Music for Monday
4:00,Mdusic Without Words,
4:1.--David Rose Show
4:30-What's Your Favorite
6:00-Lean Back and Listen
6:15- lEvening Salon
7:30--ports Review
7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00-News and Commentary,
Raymond Swing (VOA)
8:16-Platter Parade (VOA)
8:65-Battle Report (VOA)
9' :00--tory U.S.A. (VOA)
9:30-Coommentator's Dige st
9:4&-4ports Tuoe of Day and
10:00-The World At Your Win-
dow (BBC)
11:00--The. Owl's Nest
Midnight.-Sign Off
STomorrow, Tuesday, Aug. 14
6:00-Sign On Alarm Clock
7: 30.-Moming Salon.
8:156--News (VOA)
8$30-Craay Quilt
8: 45--Hawalian .Harmonies
9 00-News
9:15-Sacred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:05-Off' the Record
11:05-Qff the Record
11:30-Meet the Band
12:05-Luncheon Music
12:30-Popular Music
1:00- .ewe
'1: 5-Personality Parade
1l45-Rhythm and Readon -
2:00-A Call From Lea Paul
2:15-Date for Dancing
2:30-Spirit of the Vikings
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 18 (UP)-Sm 2. 0 K. Dirksen, R.,
ll~, sald~ yaterday the t a enales on
asrocs volae a l ii yegaS before the
He called feo "lum latS at auma1 of a bill, already
passed by the e aus to emtablltsh a St .rpoB sentences
raining from two to M year lt Aor_ alte a wel. pedlers.
Dirksna a tS e areettes traffle eelay 'among teen-
agers is growingg by lewPs and bounds" and eat be,smashedL
only by "stiffer penalties.
He agreed With U. lar- to five years for the first of-
eotice Commisioner Harry J. fense, five to 10 years for the
Anlinger who said: "there are second- offeose, and 10 to 20
too many suspended ntences years for the third offense.
fo- r'-'t!?s violatlo-''s-" The senate Crime Committee
. Asserting t h a t aidatory recently approved bill which
punishments would bring re- would Impose -mandatory prison
suits, Dirksen said: sentences of 20 years ,to life on
adults convicted of selling nar-.
"Fear Is a universal passion, cotics to children under 17.
Even the most hardened of-
fenders are subject to it. The This bill' provides io new pe-
death penalty and other severe nalties for usere ior for teen-
punishments have pratically agers who may turn to peddling
put a stopto kidnapping and narcotics in order to gain funds
imes against the U. 8. mals to satisfy their own addiction.
Penalties must be appropriate "We must, ,bring home- to
to te rime." eppopr very parent' the solemn truth
to te crime. that 'your boy or your girl may
Rep, J. M. Combs, D., Tex, be next'," said Dirksen.
also called for stronger Federal
measures to crack down on nar- o
cotlcs. peddlers. He said Texas,
because of its long border with
Mexico, has probably "the most
acute problem of any state." 0 1
Under present Federal laws,
narcotics violators are subject
to a' maximum penalty of 10
years in jail and a $5,000 fine
for the first two offenses, but
judges can lower or suspend the
punishment at their own dis. M FUtI. OF'ENEN ./. I
cretlon. AU D AY AUSE CUs
Third offenders can be Im A. A
prisoned for 20 years if the I AT A
judge sees fit: "ALA
The House bill would provide UR&J
for compulsory sentences of two

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FOR SALE:-Trucks: One GMC, 5 Box 2031 Ancom, C. 2. 3-1877, Cristobol 3-1673,
FCr. SALE-CLarge two door 25 cycle tcn, 1947, excellent condition.
S SALE-Large two door 25 cycle GMC 2 1 -2 ton, Army type, 10 Visit Bernardo's Beauty Shop, "Cos- Gromlich's Santa Clara. beach-
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FOR SALE:-8 Ft. Frigidaire, G. E FOR SALE: Bargain! 1941 Ford, FOR SALE Very cheap National F
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aft Warns Of Overspending 6uard General Says eisari

In Defense And Foreign Aid Transfers Have Hurt Britain to Present



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SDixie 2 u R l rc. In 1912, the German oceano-
Sision Rock elom Terms 3-1713 graphic ship "Planet" unreeled
-_ D -xi eD ivision Rock t t 22 29 t miles of piano wire into the
WASHINGTON. Aug. 13 (UP i Sens. Guy M. Gillette. D.. Ia.. FORT JACKSON, S. C., Aug. 13 22 E 29th St. depths off Mindanao and report-
-Sen. Robert A. Taft. R.. 0.. said and William F. Knowland. R., (UB)-Maj. Gen. A. G. Paxton, ed bottom at 32.112 feet. It was
yesterday that Americans must Cal.. both members of the corn- commander of the 31st (Dixie) Dispute one of the notable discoveries of
"' Tae up soon to the issue of "how miittee working on the Foreign Division, indicated today that A A r I Ali the day.
.much can we stand" in the way Aid Bill, predicted that "adjust- withdrawal of men from the div- TEHERAN, Aug. 13 (UP) I I I
of military spending at home and ments" will be made In the dis- ision's units has seriously im- Britain's Lord Prvy Seal, Rich- Mindanao Trench is now
"Abroad. tribution of aid funds as well as paired its efficiency. ard Stokes, is expected tonight KEROSENE Mantle lamp known to stretch some 600 miles
Taft's statement, coupled with the total. Paxton said he is "very disap- present Iran with Britain's r ock.- 0l N ft along the eastern flank of the .' .
Ia, warning that this country Knowland said more of the aid pointed" by the Army's action inthe Anglo-Iranian ol dispute. ht. Burandle Power o Moden white Philippines.
next year will have to consider a money should eo to the Far East transferring men from the 31st heAngo-rnan ol dispute. Light. Burns 50 Hours n ofthe size of GrandOn
possible Federal sales tax. came and Gillette said the present and shipping them to Korea, Eu- a Thes terms reportedly include Kerosene. Uses94 IR OCanyon t is but oneof ae-
as senate committees were study- breakdown would leave the Mid- rope and other units in the U.S. Irnian concessions to theviewpoint cannot Explode Requires no ener- ries of great gashes scarrin
ing how much of the nation's die East "almost unprotected." Asked if the 31st is in fighting When ok ft London t torSo Si ump Nod Smoke or Odo the ocean foor for thousands i
r-all product can be devoted i Both Senators also agreed that trim, Paxton replied: "NO, I can- British terms were f 50-5 of miles across those P fic.
to defense preparations, the United States cannot conti- not say that it is because it is sharing of oil profits, the esta- $9.95 Lowest Price Vast holes have been measur- ,
The Republican Senate policy nue indefinitely to bear a "heavy not." slring of ed along an arc of trenches that
thief tokd a reporter th2 big que.s- burden" of foreign aid. I The Montgomery Advertiser blishmen Brit rnian co- ever offered In Panama. sweeps from apan sothad TICKLISH JOB
lion of how much of the nation's Gillettesaid theUnintedStates said Paxton asserted the train- panyo run the ollelds, and Brttionsh tothe CarolineIsands. Midwa tory, Upton, N.
outout crn be devoted to military should take some risks and "seize Ing of his troops has been "set control over the marketing and between Tokyo and Iwo Jima is from a one-and-a
purposes far overhdows the now ihe initiative" in world affairs to back almost Irreparably." distribution of Iran's oil. On Sale In A HARDWARE and Ramapo Deep, its 34.038-foot sources of gamma
.pending question of whether the keep Communism from bleedingn More than 4.300 of the 11000- Iran's top r eli i o u s leader FURNITURE Stores measurement the second deepest the'radioactive m
S$8.500.000.000oo ic aid bill can be re- ria white Korea, Europe and units inpped to warned yesterday that any Iran- stributors: yet verified. A hole in the sea o application o
and e onomic aid bill can be re- war Korea, Europe and units in this Jan leader who backed down on off Guam, Mansyu Deep, is third lead shields can r
duced. He did not spell out exactly country, said the general. nationalizaiton of British-owned WONG CHANG, S. A. at 32,208. Near-by is 31,614-foot radium (an amo
""'hit am "~ i 'o ... "- what measures he would have Paxton said he had been pre- oil interests would be assassin- Col6n 9th St. & Balboa Lve. Nero Deep, discovered in 1899
bout," Taft said, "is the total a- this country take but said that viously assured the Alabama- ated. aTel 303 while a Pacific cable route was
mo:,'t of ir.:' v t one way of taking the initiative Mississippi division would be kept Seyed Abolghassen Kashant, Panama 93 central Ave. being charted.
home and for arms aid abroad would be to stir up revolts by intact when switched from the the chief religious supporter of Tel. 2-Z087 Other depths greater than
rather than how mv 1wo: go- ,"disoonfint elements" behind the National Guard to Federal sta- in a one-hour talk with Stokes. 25,000 feet include Aldrich Deep PAU
going to s-end for Europe." Iron Curtin. tus, according to the newspaper. Stokes called on Kashan to northeast of New Zealand, 30,930 I
..... This assurance came from Gen. congratulate him on the achieve- feet; Milwaukee Depth north of
C O Ai Mark Clark, Chief of Army ment of oil nationalization. The aN Hispaniola in the West Indies, I My Brand
CIO Asks l eislation 10 Veal Ground Forces. religious leader was one of the INSTANT 30.246 feet; Planet Deep across from
I'm just a hired hand work- principal figures in the govern- Fat-Free Powdered Milk the Equator from Christmas Is-
ing for the Federal government ment's nati malization of the (fortified with Vitamin D) lan, 29.988 feet; Byrd Deep. dis-
put my head on the block," said But Stokes pointed out that It i Farm Fresh 1930 expedition to Antarctica,
W ith Union Security Problem Paxton, declining comment on would be best if Iran would adopt Flavor 28,152 feet; Meteor Deep in the
n-- -- the newspaper story. a more moderate attitude in im- south Atlantic 264 feet; and
plementing the nationalization 1 0 Touches only south Atlantic, 26,574 feet; and
The CIO today urged the Sen- The NLRB. in its decision in the renting the nationalization steel Richards Deep off Chile, 25,050
ate Labor Committee to remedy Canton Ford case, held that the i| a w ltf l n lKashant told Stokes: In processing feet. GET
t- he "industrial chaos" threatened UAW-CIO's five-year union shop "Tell the British government D ssoltes Ins-
-by the Nation3l Labor Relations contract at the plant would not 100 tha if Dr. Mossadegh orhisov- tantly in cold Mari Del Rey The first refrig
union security problems, in a case which was being sought by a craft the oil nnint dev atio izaton or nine Bi r De Ry Af rs rofel
involving the United Automobile union. Basis of the NLRB deci- M eoiti I diosess ion the Iranian on- g i At
Workers and the Ford Motor Co. siot was the fact that when the ORelief I gpIIght people who suosort him so ra ia nn Pcn cof ctmmisrar es.
plant at Canton. Ohio. An esti- UAW negotiated the contract. staunchlynow. will dispatch him El P.anama's new featured sing-
mated 4.000 union shop contracts national officers of the CIO-to DALLAS, Aug. 13 (UP) -Blist- to the place where Razmara was er, Maria del Rey enraptured
are affected bv the NLRB's deci- which the union is affiliated- ring sun glared on Texas again sent namely the next world." MAl ,gnor WilsoA audiences at the Saturday eve-
sions. inhad not signed Taft-Hartley today, i Former premier All Razmara ------= I U ning premiere with her charm- 102 "B" Ave.
non-Communist affidavits. Weather forecasters held little was assassinated at the begin- ing rendition of popular Ameri- ""
In a letter to Sen. Hubert Hum- hope for relief in the record heat ning of the oil dispute between u r lamaica can and Spanish songs.
phrev (D., Minn.i. chairman of CIO officers signed the affida- wave which cost 31 lives last Iran and Britain. Due .a Maria accompanied herself in
the Senate Labor Sub-c'immittee vits late In 1949. after the Su- week. ___ __ several songs with her guitar,
on Labor-Managemnent Relations. premne Court upheld the constitu- Cool air from the north brought r Fo r1 ftOrv "Pork Chop."
Athur J. Goldber. CIO general tionalitv of the Taft-Hartley af- temporary easement yesterday, R rn StampHer performance was extreme-
ctunsel, wrote: ridavit procedure but 100 degree weather is again 2VV JJ osen uII ly well received by the capacity
e wrote: davt rocedurepredicted for many sections of Due to arrive this afternoon at crowd.
.-*' e CIO remains unalterably After strong protests from CIO the state. From NO lh America the Tocumen Airport from Kings- The exotic singer, who will be
opposed to the Taft-Hurtley Act unions over the Ford decision, the The montn-long drought has ton, Jamaica, is the Rt. Rev. heard for the next two weeks at
and all of it.s provisions, tor the Board held hearings and reversed parched crops and lawnsoand Monsignor Gladstone O. Wilson, the hotel presented the following
reasons which we have i requent- itself on the election issue dried up water supplies. Destruc- e h who was appointed last Decem- numbers: Fir st show-"Zing. __
ly-stated to your committee anId l tion of cattle pasturage and the bToPar LrUb er 15 by His Holiness Hope Pius Went The Strings of My Heart,"
elsewhere. The fundamental re- Commentin on that. Goldberig discomfort of cows sharply cut NEW YORK. Aug. 13 (UP -I XII as a Domestic Prelate, the "Would I Love Lou?" "Midnight
elsewhered Then or o damentald opinion wrote to Sen that. Goldbergumhr milk production. Representatives of the Order of first appointment of the kind in in Paris." "Estrellita and sev-
is complete repea. The weekend respite encour- Scottish Clans in North America, what is considered a missionary eral encores. Second show-"I'm
"While the new decision does aged many Texans to leave their its women's auxiliary and the territory, and the only West In- in Love With a Wonderful Guy,"
-, "We are. however, confronted eliminate ome of the drastic fans and air conditioners to go Dau'hters of Scotia left by char- dian so honored at the present "I Concentrate on You," "Hi, Hi,
Sa practical situation hrea conate some ot the drastic on picics, drives and fishing tered airplane to attend the larg- time. Hi," "Clavelitas" and as encores
ith a practical situationhstrial mediately es which would ir trips. Church attendance in Dal- est gathering of the clans in more IWilson has she sang "Dime Que SI" and "Be-
ening the stability ndustriamediatel have flowed from the las was reported good. One wide- than 200 years in Edinburgh, gin the Beguine."
relations in thousands of plants, original decision, its long-rmun re- l-broadast service opened with Scotland. siu goodwill message flom
Face with rhat .situation, we Dercussions threaten to be much thehhymn. "Heavenly Sunshine." A total of 200 North Americans special eo Iodwil mahe St ler me be rs of the St. George's

ehChina Springs, Tex. They asked er Wedna y ao t perStadium
ticular union security problem. "After careful consideration, that pumps in the city water The highlight of the celebra- on Wednesday afternoon to tri- Monignor Paul ener, Charge
"/e believe that there should the CIO has therefore decided to I works be silenced for making tion. held in conjunction with bute Governor F. K. Newcomer d' Affaires of the Holy See in
no substantial objection to ask your assistance, and that of too much noise the Festival of Britain.willbe a and civic-worker George W. Wes- PanamA during his brief visit on
ltlegislation from senators or1 the sub-committee of which you District Judge R. B. Stanford parade down Edinburgh's Princes terman, the persons chief res the Isthmus.
representatives of either political are chairman, in securing appro- !issued an injunction directing The 26-piee Argyll and Suth- oroval of the ssuane stamp -
,h private legislative relief." the pair to stop comnlaining be- The -pie Ar.yll and Stth-roval of the postage stanp amn o-- -
cause the system is the commun- erland Highlanders pine band of memorating West Indian contri-
ity's only source of water. Hamilton. Ont.. entertained 500 Kution to the construction of the
I spectators with a medley of Scot- Panama tCanal. TO IUoK TOOTh 1 IIC IFCTIVLMY-
S. a tish reels and marches during
Scout Jamboree 145-minute ceremony at the air- The Roman Catholic prelate Noothertooth paste,ammonited
D Clo s I port. will be received on his arrival or regular, has been proved better
Closes In Austria here by a delegation from the than IPANAI
NONE SO BLIND West Indian Stamp Appreciation
SALESMAN to represent well known local firm in BAD ISCHL, Austria, Aug. 13 MILWAUKEE, Aug. 13 (UP) Committee headed by Wilfred M.
e Canal Zone permanent UP-The World Scout Jambo- Bob Wolpert of Milwaukee Malcolm, Cecil I. Smith, Graham '
e Canal Zone, permanent position assured -- must ree closed at noon here today aft- thought he was going blind. A. Lewis, Cyril Lawrence. Nathan
Ove experience in selling automobiles American er 10 days. "Can't see a thing out of my A. Reid, A. B. Williams, Ernest J.
ve experience in selling^ automobiles American Colonel John Skinner Wilson, right eye," he told his nephew, Jamieson, E. A. Robertson.
izen or Panamanian with knowledge of English. director of the International Boy Robert Braun. Also forming part of the re-
-S- Scout Bureau in London, told 17,- "Let's see your glasses." Braun ception delegation are Rev. Louis PN
Wl, .000 Scouts after the final parade: said. Then he explained the B. Storms, C.M., and Rev. J. Ray- i T
Write: Sales Manager P. 0. 428, Panami "You came to Ischl divided into reason for Wolpert's sightless- mond Machate, C.M., George
S. a a 51 national groups. You leave the ness. Westerman, Dr Eduardo Ritter
jamboree as one big united body "You've lost your right lens," Aislan. private secretary of Pre-
..W' and as friends." he said. sident Alcibiades Arosemena, and P


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-Ocean's Deepe st 'Deep'

Beneath Philippine Sea

WASHINGTON, D. C., Aug. 13
Six and a half miles down in a*
the Philippine Sea, locked in n.P lestine DPs Presenting
bitter cold, silent darkness and
pressures of seven tons per square I I
inch, is the deepest spot yet g i ddle COSt Pro lem
found in any ocean. *
Pile 27 Empire State Buildings B GEORGE I
there, one upon the other, and By GEORGE BITAI
the topmost would still be sub- -- .-
merged. Mount Everest, the BEIRUT, Lebanon, Aug. 13 Some Arab governments.
World's highest mountain, would (U.P.) One million refugees clally Lebanon, have objijted
go under by more than a mile. from Palestine are being cared strongly to the settlement of ref.
A penny dropped at the surface for in the Middle East. many of ugees In their territory on the
would take several hours to reach them tents, while their future ground that there is insufficient
bottom. is being determined, room. Lebanon contends that
Present Indications are that Syria, Iraq and Egypt, with their
This is Cape Johnson Deep, these persons uprooted by the large agricultural areas, should
shown on new National Geo- conflict that have birth to the absorb the wanderers.,
- graphic Society maps of Asia. Israeli state have little chance About 60 per cent of them live
Here, only 70 miles from of returning home. in towns and villages, the re-
mountains overlooking Surigao During the financial year mainder in tents. Their daily ra-
Strait in the southern Philip- which began last month, is is tion varies from 160 calories in
pines, scientists of a Dane h plwaned to spend $20,000,000 in summer to 1,700 in winter and
deep-sea expedition lowered nets relief work and $30,000,000 in re- their general health is reported
and Instruments this summer habilitation. fairly good.
into the Vnknown world at the The United States has under- Special food ia provided 30,000
very bottn m of the seas. taken to supply not less than under-nourished children at a
Jonson July 14 1945, U.S.S. "Cape $25,000,000 of the funds. Britain monthly cost of $3,600 I addl-
'Johhnson," a workaday Navy $8,000,000, France $2,857000 and tion. the U.N. children's emere-
transport plowing across the other countries sums racing agency fund supplies a daily cup
Pacific wversity geology professor as ts rom $390000 by Egypt to $2,000 of milk for 431.000 children un-
iversity geology professor as its by Luxembourg. der the age of 15. Nursing and
Wartime skipper, found 34,440 The United Nations Relief and pregnant mothers also receive
feet of water beneath its keel. Works Agency, basing its figures milk.
Although the time was close to only on those entitled to rations,
Smidnight, the ship's echo sound- reported that the.refgees are The World Health Organization
er was turned on, probingsthe distributed mainly as follows: has provided clinics with 1801
bottom of a huge undersea can-ch. ashemte Kingdom of Jordan, hospital beds. The United Na-
yon called the Mindanao Trench. 4M,572; Gaza, 198.691 ;Lebanon, tions Educational, Scientific And
Five years later, the Navyn 106,440; Syria, 83,881. Israel is Cultural Organization directs
Deep and announced that it was reported to have 23,958. the educational of the children.
the deepest accurate ocean
sounding yet obtained. A depth .
of 35,400 feet farther south in .
the Mindanao Trench, reported
by the German cruiser "Emden" .
in 1927, had been recognized as
an error, a report to the Amer-
ican Geophysical Union said.
The "Emden's early sound gtar
Apparently bounced a signal off
a distant side of the trough ra-
ther than off the bottom.
Before sonic depth finders
were developed, the world's'
great "deeps" were measured
by the time-honored but,in-
exact method of lowering a ".
weight on a line or cable.

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Broadway and Elsewhere

By Jack Lait
After 11 attempts on the life of Herb Noble, the Dallas gai-
bler, and the murder of his wtte by dynamite when ahe started
her car, the organized gambling syndicate, which tears nthing
Stouch as It does publicity, arranged to get Noble and
Minion, Dallas kingpin racketeer, together, to patch up the feud.
Hal Shimley, an interested emissary, was sent to bring them to-
gether. The rendezvous was in a Texas motel.
Dallas detectives learned of this and a microphone was plant-
ed in the cabin. Lieut. George Butler "bugged" the room and
planted the wires for a recording. Shimley swore Binion had
nothing to do with rubbing out Mrs. Noble. He sought a cotm-
promise, assuring Noble he had connections with a man "who's,
got the sheriff, the police, the judges, everything," He sild Ben-
ny .(Bnion) had sworn, "I hope my five chUldrendie this minn-
ute if I know a damn thing on earth about it," meaning the
murder of Noble's wife. "My mission added Shimley, "is to get
you two to talk together on the phone and straighten the
whole damn thing out."
Shimley got Binion on the line. After the talk, only one
end of which got on the record, Shimle.y told Noble that "the
gang" knew who had killed Mrs. Noble, "know. who bought the
dynamite the whole damn thing." Shitley proposed a deal -
Binlon and Noble to be friends after "the, gang settles accounts
with her murderers .. they were amateurs.,. an~d the man who
did the job is now In the penitentiary."
Shimley suggested his connectionn" could get the man
knocked off inside the prison... "That's their business, nothing'
else, and they don't make no mistakes. I'll take care of the
whole situation... Then we can work open and we can all make
A Police tipster turned in a report that Willie (The
Actor) Button, Vublle Enemy A-1, has been seen In New
York, disguised in a priest's habillmentl. Willie has a
psychopathic urge for costUmest ineladin uniforms.

Carl. Erbe writes from Eurdbe: "I visited Dachau. It made
me heartsick to see such signs.,, still up, as "Crematorium"...
Munich, a few miles distant, is rapidly removing the scars of
war. Modern buildings, haver gone up. U. 8. occupation and
E.C.A. have created a condition of plenty which -might be envied
by some Amerian cities... Dachau still has many, refugees, liv-
ing in.the ghastly camp. It seems grisly to see, playing around
thd ovens which destroyed the innocent multitudes, the children
of those victims.'
Sugar Say, who lost his iniddleweght ttle to Britain's
Turpin, finally revealed his deep agely. to WW. th1
official e r as they rod* with the Mayer. Sa- Sugar
grimly, "It's oIana be a' mMere. Beesase he is eat to
kill me and I've got to kill binl."

Otto .Preminger, the. director, arrived, in town today. In his
-briefcase was a script of "The Widow." He handed it to Greta
Garbo, who is reading it. He honea tp lure her back to the
screen with this vehicle. It belongs to a British producer, John
Nasht, who came to Hollywood looking for a leading-wQman
capable of creatingn the part, aapted from a heavy psychologic-
al vel by Susan Premlnger fell on'it as ieal for Gar-
be :I she aRrees, he will direct her in it in London.
.S theI 8th race at Monmouth yesterday Peacelaw, Adonis,
State Trooper, Masterman and Card Sharp
Anne Sterling, Hollywood singer, seen at the Fox and
Hounds with Paul Van Kerr, of Chicago. She's the ex-
wife of Tommy Warner, auto-parts,millionaire... Yvoane
Dionne, one' of the quints, is steady-dating a young law-
yer... Valentin Gubitchev, the Russian spy who was
nailed, with Judy. Coplon, was divorced by his wife in
Moscow... Paris financier Francis Blum seen at the
Penthouse Club with Amaile. Baruch Banks, niece of Bar-
ney Baruch... A famed entertainer, whom Amerieans
took in a big way, may be involved in the divorce tangle
of Danielle Darrieux... Red Skelton didn't show up at
his New York home-coming party. Flew to Bostowirto
do a charity performance.
Eric Johnston's leave of absence from the Motion Picture
Association of America, of which he is president, express Oct. 1.
Insiders say he will resign before that date as Economic Stabil-
ization Administrator, and go back to his movie lob. He may
enter politics later in a new capacity.
Paul Lucas, Ethel Merman's love interest in "Call Me Ma-
dam." is a fashion-plate on and off stage, and the envy of many
of the snappy younger actors. Johnny Johnston, of "Tree Grows
In Brooklyn." wistfully asked Lucas. "Who's your -tailor?"
WW's last pulse rating (NYC, the coast-to-coast Neilsen and
West coast Hooper) have him in the No. 1 spot... The latter sur-
vey giving him 69. twice tle standing of his nearest competitor.
a Washington commentator.
The William and Joyce Rosenberg "tip" which led to the
razor Incident was no scoop for any columnist. It came over
the UP wires and was passed along by the city desk of an even-
ing paper and landed in its gossip column after a society editor
turned up a snooty nose at it.
Attention Detroit Times: If you look closely you will see that
the Miss Stafford, being introduced around Detroit by Horace
Dodie, is our old paragraph favorite (oh. not so old) Greg Sher-
wood. with her blonde hair unbleached with ink.


The Moil Box an op.en orunm to. redr ot fhee Penam Am~qae
Letters swe received *ratefulh *nd aoe h..dtd is whell, enfidetile!
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Thi Mewspepe' assumes no spolnsbllllty fo statements m *oialment
,xpDes'ed in letter ftrm readeri.

Mail Box:
I live in Curundu, on the edge
of the section aptly termed "The
District." comprising the area be-
tween 1st and 4th Streets. This Is 1
the birthplace of loud radios, '
barking dogs, squalling brgts,
bonking horns, drunken men

footloose women, and all the oth-
er sins and noises of creation.
Second Street hrb;d the records
lto dogs. a:l irerd~i. that sit un
der their owners houses and howl
all night, bothering everyone In
the district except the owners.
Third Street Is the home of loud
radios, turned on full blast in the
morning, and cut off automati-
cally at 11 each night for the on-
ly' reason that the radio station
quits broadcasting at that hour.
First and Fourth Streets are a
combination of everything. '
Why can't people that have to
live in such close proximity to
each other have some respect for
the feelings of the others. Shut
up that dog if you have to poon
him. give the equalling kid a
of paregdric, tune your radio so
it can't be heard outside your a-
partment, the little girl whose
boy-friend its outside tnhis ear
and blows his horn, do something.
we don't care what. What does
he want? Curb Serviee?

and offices of movie com-
panies to the agricultural
Southwest and the veget-
able fields of California.
This is the outfit which has
dispatched fifty, sixty, a hun-
dredman flying squads to raid
little %hops and plants run by
widows, old men, and small,
frightened merchants.
-That's why the Party is fright-
ened. for one. Thpt's why there's
a grim curtain of iron silence
around it.
Those of Its chiefs who still
are free are trying to whip it
together or face the wrath of
Moscow's Comintern a g en t
(Copyright 19S1. Post-Hull
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Labor News



Ny Victor tResel ,
'The FBI and other Federal
agents, moving swiftly in from
both coasts tb 'nraided cities
throughout the land, h ave
smashed, for a while at least,
the Comunist Party's morale,
shattered the nerves of its
leaders and driven off all but
the tested core of actual revo-
As a result, Communist ac-
tivity haks taken a holiday. The
underground Party has pulled
in its holes after it.
SAid down below, in almost
sealed rooms, Party leaders are
running a series of pep talks
and 'enTWalt" orgies of "self-
critcisft" and recriminations.
In Ohio, Jammed with war in-
dustries, the full statewide high
command was summoned not
too loafn ago.
Bittiey, it was lashed by Par-
ty eale. Angrily, It, was told
that the was a "growth of
general ippiness and loose-
ness In work and a growing
failure to check up on deci-
Some who planned to escape
frMo Party activity by leaving
the state. were warned grimly
to stay put,
Later,,. important Party
chiefs across the land were
told in a long memo that
"moods" were a capitalist
luxury, a "disease." The un-
derground was warned
against "pessimists" and
"gfriers." It was jerked back
into the special activity of
infiltrating unions, but not
too successfully for the mo-
All this the FSI accomplished
with a new technique.
After arresting the top leader-
ship- "teams" and brain trust-
era, It suddenly swooped down
on ithe lesser regional chieftains
who thought, their relative un-
importance gave them security.
This the FBI did to prove that
the Communist Party was not
limiting its activity to a few
coastal cities, but was operating
right in the heart of the land
Chicago, Cleveland and other
sUch strategic communities.
Others will be picked up soon.
Then* thre-. or four central
trials wil be held In New York,
rWashingtn, D. C., and Los
Angeles and perhaps in one in
land city such as Chicago or
This will establish the nation-
al nature of the conspiracy
charged -by the government.,
Against these Communists the
government will pour the testi-
many of new underoover agents
men and women who will be
friendly with the Indicted ones
right up to the morning the
surprise witnesses take t h e
Result is that nerves are
cracking. inside the Party.
And word from those inner
Stalinist sanctums is that
the Party now wants to
wait to see which of its
people can be trusted -
which are the real revolu-
Only when the Party directors
know who their faithful are,
just who ist really willing to take
all the risks, will "Operation
Underground" beg in rolling
again. Otherwise, they can't
Suppose they, give an order.
By the time it's carried out, one
of the Federal agencies is rip-
ping out sections of the organi-
If it's not the FBI, it's the
House Un-American Activities
This group at this moment at
least, plans to hold public hear-
ings on Communist infiltration
in Detroit, comes the end of
Among the charges to be sift-
ed publicly will be revelations
made here of Communist activ-
ity in the huge Ford plant.
Its. investigators have gath-
ered voluminous and document-
ed evidence of Communist ac-
tivity throughout Michigan.
After that. the plans are to
to into Buffalo. Syracuse and
the electronic city of Schenec-
And If It's not the FBI or the
House Committee, it's the re-
searchers and field investigators
(ex-FBI men) of the new Sen-
ate Investigatory group.
Within a few weeks, this
group plans to hold hearings
in New York on its investi-
gation of the pro-Commun-
ist Distributive Processing
and Office Workers Union.
A multi-million dollar, pro-
Soviet catch-all outfit this,
stretching from the metro-
I olitan department stores


By Peter
WASHINGTON- (NEA) --Not the chief cook"
and bottle-washer, but the, chief bottleneck-
breaker of the now year-old defense production,
business is a hefty, tough-talking gent of not
quite 50 named W. Walter Watts.
His official title is deputy administrator of
the Defense' Production Administration.
Mr. Watts says yes, we've got bottlenecks this
time just like the last, only maybe not as bad
now as before.
Chief cooks of defense production this time
are, of course, C. E. Wilson as Defense Mobiliza-
tion director and Manly Flelschmann, smalt
young Buffalo lawyer, who IS Deot Produc-
tlon administrator. .
Under Mr. Fleischmann in DPA, bottleneck
breaker, Is Walter Watts. He headg;the Office
of Procurement and Production.
He is a production man in private life, a vice.
president in charge of engineering production
for Radio Corporation of America at Camden,
N. J.
He has been in Washington about six months
but hopes to get out in another six months.
Let somebody else have the privilege of beat-
ing his brains out op these tough defense pro-
duction problems.
Chicago-born Mr. Watts' first job was as a
telegraph operator. He got Ipto radio as an
amateur, experimenter.
Without any foirmtal engineering education, he
became a production and sales executive for
Zenith, then Montgomery Ward and finally
In World War II he was a colonel in charge
of Signal Corps procurement, under General
Harrison, who persuaded him to come to Wash-
Mobilization director C. E. Wilson's second
quarterly report was frank in admitting that de-
liveries of arms are still low. ,
Though defense orders were placed at the.rate
of more than three billion dollars a month, de-
liveries are halt that.
This is' double the pre-Korea rate. But de-
liveries won't be up to the $4 billion-a-month
level much before June, 1952.
The reason is principally that It takes this
long to tool up for full production. And here
is where the bottlenecks are encountered.
Walter Watts lists them principally as bottle-
necks in materials, In engineering design, in
paperwork. in facilities and machine tools.
So far, he says. Army, Navy and Air Force
have not had any lack of deliveries because of

West P

By Sumner
For 150 years, the motto of the United States
Military Academy has been "Duty, Honor, Coun-
Now those proud words have been besmirched
by the scandal over cheating in examinations.
a scandal that involves far more than a break-
down in West Point's famed honor system.
In the first wave of anger which followed
disclosure of the sorry affair, there was a loud
tone of righteous indignation from Washington.
One congressman demanded dishonorable dis-
charge for the 90 cadets Involved.
Another called for suspension of football at
the Academy, for the cheating seemed to center
some top athletes at "the Point."
From another perspective, however, football
seems to be only a small part of the situation.
To be sure, the captain-elect of the football
team, who was one of those Involved, said many
of the men thought the cribbing he didn't
call it cheating was justified because they
had given so much study time to football.
"In some cases," he said, "friendship comes
above the honor system."
' If that statement is shocking, we'd better
think back a little before we out all the blame
on the cribbing cadets.




MUIPS W ~ p iT

I Drewn ... By DRE W IAtSON
Drew Pearson says: This column revealed Japan spy iag
in 1948; Gen. MacArthur refused to. authorize rele ase
of the story; Un-American Activities Committee will i
disclose facts on Communist plants.
WASHINGTON.-The Un-American Activities Committee WIl
unfold the story of a Communist spy ring in Japan which sent
the innermost secrets of the Tokyo high command back, to
This is an important story and the public needs to know
about it. However, it's also Important that the public realize that
a lot of the current Communist spy news, now making head*
lines, is extremely old and warmed-over hash.
The story about the spy ring in Japan, for instance, was
p "told in this column almost three years ago-Dec. 21, 1948.
SIncidentally, one reason the story was never officially re-
S leased by the U.S. Government was because General MacArthur
would not authorize It. In December 1948, the late Secretary of
Defense Forrestal cabled MacArthur asking for a release, but It
was not given.
However, here is the vitally Important story, as told in this
column on Dec. 21, 1948, and repeated last week before the Un-
X American Activities Committee.
Just as the Russians planted key men inside the U.S. Gov-
ernment, so they also began long before the war to plant key
spies inside Japan. They began operating about 1934 and con-
tinued to 1941-two months before Pearl Harbor.
Two Germans were Involved, two-Japs educated in the United.
States, two Americans, and one German-British newspaperman.
aOne of the Americans was Agnes Smedley (now deceased), who.
lived 20 years in the Orient.
**MY- OPAL 'I at Harbin, Manchuria. Born In Finland, Lilliestrom served 21
& ears In the consular service, and died in 1943. It was in. his
0 ome In Harbin that the Communist spies assembled a powerful
radio set later smuggled into Japan.
So successful was the Russian spy ring in penetrating inner.
most Japanese government circles that some of the war lords'
most vital secrets were transmitted by, shortwave radio to Mos*
cow. The spies learned among other things that:
1) The Jap war lords would definitely attack the United..
States. This information went to Moscow two months before
:Pearl Harbor.
2) Japan would not join an alliance against Russia. This -
was learned in 1937, and caused Stalin, shortly thereafter," to'
sign the Nazi-Russian alliance, which in turn left Hitler free-to
wage war against France and England. Undoubtedly this piece of
information alone swayed the tides of history.
e3) Japan would not attack Russia. This information, sent
to Moscow in 1941, caused Stalin to pull all his reserves out of.
.. r Siberia and concentrate them in front of Moscow. Without this
Intelligence information, Moscow might have fallen.
Head of the Communist spy ring was Richard Serge.* Mr.
In Baku, a soldier in the German army, he carefully prepared
i e for his work by taking a special espionage course in Moscow and
Then becoming Far Eastern correspondent for several Germpan
Delays newspapers.
In Shaighal he met Agnes Smedley, who put him in touch
with Japanese Communists. In Tokyo, posing always as a Ger-
Edson man newsman, he became press attache to the German Embassy
- and close friend of the German ambassador. All the secrets, of-
the embassy passed through his hands.
shortages of materials. This situation may not LOS ANGELES JAPS INVOLVED
last, because production is still low. Sorge's co-conspirators were a Los Angeles Japanese wio
When Jet engine production gets really rolling, named Tomo Kitabayanl; a Japanese artist from the -nited
the demand for heat-resistant loys like the 80 States named Totlka Mlyago; a German business a and H o
per cent nickel turbine blades will be way up. operator named Max Klausen; and most Important of all, Hozuni
Only reason the tungsten shortage has not Ozaki, a Jap communist who became an editor of the TOk!o'
had worse effects is that comparatively few Asahi and a close adviser to the prime Minister of Japan. ,
armor-piercing shells have been used in Korea. Ozaki had access to some of the highest Japanese govern ntV.
Under full demand there won't be enough of secrets, which were transmitted to Moscow via Seorge and at-U
these alloys unless they are taken away from sen's shortwave radio.
the civilian economy, 100 per cent. That's one Klausen sent his messages by going out in a boat, dressed.x
way to break a bottleneck. a fisherman, and operating his radio as far as possible fkba
Cobalt demands have. been met that way. shoe. Although the Japs intercepted the messages and tried
Another, method i1 to develop substitutes for hard, to find the transmitter, they were never able to do a .
critical materials. Nor were they ever able to decipher the code until shortly
Many of the -big research laboratories of the before Pearl Harbor, when, through an accident, they caught'one
country are' now trying to develop such -substi, of the spies, Ritzu Ito, formerly of Los Angeles.
tutes. But they have passed no miracles yet. He talked.
Facilities bottlenecks' are gradually disappear- After that all were caught, tried, and the two top mest-*
ing as new plants are brought into production Sorge and Ozaki-beheaded. Klausen gave the Japs the se"x'e)
or existing plants are converted to defense out- code to transmit the radio messages, whereupon all the baelt
put. messages were translated.
Three or four months may have been lost When General MacArthur granted amnesty to Japanese pdli-
over getting machine tool orders placed. tical prisoners after V-J day in 1945, he discovered the remnants.
This was a problem of price adjustment and of the Communist spy ring still in prison and turned them looest
government financing which has just now been From the Japanese court records, his chief intelligence offl,,
licked. cer, Gen. Charles Willoughby, pieced together this amazing story.
Many of the bottleneck problems In defense of Communist intrigue.
production are simply paperwork. Somebody Note-Some of the Japanese spy leaders now head Japandee
forgot to order something on time. Somebody labor unions, and one of them, Ritzu Ito, is a leading communist.
also failed to translate engineering design into WASHINGTON PIPELINE
orders for parts. Senate crime Investigators have reported undercover link.
The result is planes without electronic equip- between the big-time gambler, William Johnston, and the Jack-
ment, ships without navigation aids or tanks son Construction Company, Jacksonville, Fla. Johnston donated
without fire controls. $100,000 to Gov. Fuller Warren's campaign, and now the Jacksoln
Mistakes of this kind can't be remedied over- Construction Company has received $180,000 worth of state con-
night. tracts...Internal revenue is probing the income taxes of Gov.
The job of Walter Watts and the many pro- ernor Fuller Warren... Ambassador O'Dwyer has sent a blistering
duction committees which his office runs is not telegram to the Senate Crime Committee accusing it of ulterior
to solve these bottlenecks but to identify them. motives in leaking a rumor that he was involved in a million.
Then after the problems are identified, the dollar check sent to New York. The State Department gave Sei-
Job becomes one of goading the proper people ator O'Conor permission to have the crime probers look at the
into 'oing what's needed. cancelled check and found it was a lend-lease payment from the
C. E. Wilson is not running the defense pro- Mexican government. Senator O'Conor has now cabled ambassa-
duction show this time with an all-powerful dor O'Dwyer that he is completely exonerated.
War Production Board of 40,000 government em- (Copyright, 1951, By The Bell Syndicate, Inc.)
DPA and NPA now have about 5000 people. $ AnSWr t Prei- Puid
Primary responsibility is left with the armed I e o P os ui
services, who are assumed to know mhat they On The Air Waves
want and how to get It. I
So there is much less conflict between the
military and civilian agencies. That was per- HOBIONTAL VZBTICAL
haps the biggest bottleneck of all in World War 1 Depited 1 Bridge OF L
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Maybe we all ought to share the blame, be- 20Capitl o 10Upset 27Jot (comb.
cause we've been sitting back and shrugging off 11 Passage in the 29Stom 4 Gru ...
a similar attitude in a lot of other places of 2 G iTZbrain 3Plant part
honor besides West Point. 22 Ancestor lof 2Eker 34 Tube 48 Vital al
Remember what the general out in Detroit a 17Chepriesto38Indianweight 4rort
said when he was relieved for accepting the 23 Paid notice a shrine 40StrInged w I Baranaotl -
hospitality of contractors and misusing govern- 24 Depart 20 Arabian gulf Instrument mountain '
ment property, just a week before the scandal 26Forefather 21 Era 41Ellipsoidal S3 Operated
at the Academy broke. 28 Units of 23 Take into 43 Short Jacket 55 Two (R.a gt
He was just doing what everybody else was energy custody 44 Prisoner of 57 Anatolian, .,
doing, he explained, only he got caught at it. 31 Rent 25 ESmbellisahed war (ab.) goddess,,
In high places in Washington, that same at- 32 Burmese wood
Utitude has been expressed in different ways sprite -. "
friendship that comes above honor in the form 33 Goddess of "
of cronyism, for one example, InfatuaUtion ----
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as bribery among college basketball players was 3 Fi- -
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code of moral ethics. 38 Symbol far -
It doesn't excuse the cadets at West Point, of Slrmo o- -]
course. 39 Hebrew letter
But if we are going to restore the motto i40, Kolean
"Duty. Honor. Country" to its proper pedestal, '
the cure will have to begin among the nation's 42 SurtaIt
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The marriage of Miss Ann Patton, formerly of San Ga- Mrs. W. W. Huffman of Coco know why Margaret ttfuiacan
.; briel, California, the daughter of Mrs. Bernice Patton and Solo and met their daughter at read a iltering review of last
the late M. W. J. Patton, to Lieutenant Doyle E. McLemore, the dock this morning, night's r.ltbl, utter ieIlid-
U.S.N.R., of Balboa, the son of Mr. Edward McLemore of San diesde-dee, alnd *tlrt w it on her
SDlego, California, took place at the Bible House In Cristobal Duplicate Bridge Gameat -d- ditat
Saturday evening, August 11th. The Reverend R. R. Gregory, inargarita Tonight Not tO mewthon Wthytrgaet
D.D., read the marriage vows. Duplicate bridge games will he waggles a filner at p en he
SMiss Patton wore a blue and orchids. Hostesses for the after- played tonight at the Margarita zings those letters i eou fra the
phite suit dress for her wedding noon were Mrs. Hollis Preiss and Clubhouse at 7:30 p.m. bridge White Holte.
and used white accessories. Her Mrs. R. F. Carle. couples are invited to play each Kathryn GrsayorL. 4W me.
torsage was of orchids. She was Special guests at the meeting Monday evening And hope Ut wont f l her in
attendedd by Mrs. George Ellis of were recent arrivals of Fort Gu- The winners of last week's the doghiase witj thes wh
Coco Solo. Lt. George Ellis serv- lick and included Mrs. E. C. Co- games were North and South: liten to ark tlii lh
ed the groom as best man. hen, Mrs. L. R. Gooden, Mrs. gm Cawbackr a lt to heir typewriters to
Miss Patton attended Evanston Joseph Katalinas, Mrs. D. W. Herber(1st) CaptaiDelgadom Roe and Mr. Jul praise or lbarbiefle -tr .
High School in Evanston, Illin- Brumfield, Mrs. Carl Cooper, ius Loeb and Mr. W. E. Gibson; "Some music cridtca,"Kat ryn
ois and was graduated from Mrs. Kenneth B. Forrest, Mrs. J. (3rd) Miss Jeane Dobe and Mr. lipedthe word to, me, "ow
North Western School of Nursing E. Hermann, Mrs. Herbert A. Harry F. Friedand East and critheics dontess. A sind sger can music
in Chicago. She is a member of Keith and Mrs. V. M. Silva. West: (1st) Mrs. Julius Loeb and critic who doesn't A siknow hger can spotuff
the Nursing Staff of Gorgas Hos- Captain Sam Brown; (2nd) Mrdoes't know his stuff
pital Ancon, Canal Zone. Mr. and Mrs. McDade RB. Ward and Mrs. J. A Cun- d her fgers and
SLt McLemore is stationed with Arrive for Visit nnham (3rd) Mrs Walter She snappd her fiAngers and
the Fifteenth Naval District at Mr. and Mrs George F. Mc- Skeistaitis and Mrs. George D the noise d a Mssotarzip
Balboa. He attended Columbia Dade of St. Petersburg. Florida, o Jtls (h) sergeant D It wouldhave done Margaret a
University and was graduated arrived on the Isthmus by plane Poo e,Jr., (4th) Sergeantand worldMof good to hear It!.
from San Diego State. Friday evening. They will visit Mrs. Edward Dicinson. "Any, singer with intelligence,"
Lt. and Mrs. Ellis gave a small with their son-in-law and daugh- Mrs. Granie Leaves snorted Kathryn, "knows what
dinner party at the Coco Solo Of- ter. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph F. Han- for Costa Rica she does that's right or wrong a
ficers Club after the wedding ce- nigan of Gatun and Miss Anna Mrs. L. J. Granie who has been lot better then most music crit-
remony. Lt. and Mrs. McLemore McDade of Balboa. under a doctor's care for several cs"
will spend several days at the Ho- months, left by TACA Airwaysa Moat vendors of thne high C
tel Washington and will make Teddy Knox Celebrates yesterday ftor a shorttrip toSan would soner hit a sour note In
their home in Balboa. Fifth Birthday Jose y o a or p San Carnegie Hall than get embroiled
Mrs. Frederick E. Knox of New Jose, Costa Rica. with Margaret and the journal-
-i .Calonge Will Wed Cristobal arranged a birthday J. B. Dorows Return stic udges of the pure, sustain-
M. Heilbron party for her young daughter Mr. and Mrs. James Boone Do- ed tone.
Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Calonge Teddy on the occasion of her row and daughter Laura have re- But Kathryn doesn't give a
ilnounce the engagement and fifth birthday. The party was turned from a two-week vacation hoo Kathryn doesn ve a
jApproaching marriage of their held in the lounge of the Hotel atant ra vacation that the bellwho o
laughter Josefa to Mr. Osvaldo Washi.n-ton. The birthday cake at anta lara
hellbron. the son of Mrs. Antonia was decorated in lavender ind Mr. Dorow will now assume ars insh "Mti, m, mis mt" with
D. Heilbron and their late Mr. 'vellov.. balloons were used as is duties as manager of the heir f ingers pressed to their
I)svaldo Heilbrca, of Colon. decorations and a buffet was C dtobalBranch f t es avi her up alon thme
served. :Cristobal temples gave her up a longtime
serrniCity Bank of New York while Mr. ago as a hopeless case.
morning Coffee Party The young guests included the Paul Sidebo while Mr. he Grand Manne r sIs some-
Miven at Fort Gulick guest of honor's younger sister to Panama City. thing that she hasn't got
Mrs. Ernest Beck. Mrs. Robert Kristy, Marabel Galindo, Magda thi know all the sopranos and
Moore and Mrs. William Goodwin Mares, Princesa Castillo, Jean I know all the sopranos and
,ere hostesses at a morning cof- Page, Jeanie Allan, S n o0o kie I'm happy to say that I'm notlike
fee party Friday which was piven Bench, CaroF Farbman, Rosema- any of them," winked MGM's
to the home of Mrs. Goodwin of ry Reardon. Andrea Grebien, Elda golden-lunged doll. "They go
ort Gulick. The party was ar- Canamas, Hetty Van Dam, Mar-i around screaming f or sherry,
tinged as a farewell to three cia and Cher-yl Pinto. Toni Ann TR P C L eggs and wine to soothe. their
members of the N.C.O. Wives Fisher, Carmencita Fernandez. throats. Me, I gulp down a cup of
Club. Mrs. Leon Wood. Mrs. !Freddieann Gallardo, Laurita TOM RRO W coffee. They're hroalways making
Kenneth Schenck and Mrs. Nor- 'Tolcdano. Linda Dale Gachez, t h the throat-sprayers. I
man Neff. Agustin Cedefio, Jr., Christian II- The first heroic steps orn the couldn't get away with anything
A centerpiece of red hibiscus lies, Billy Havenor, Vincent Can- road to Tokyo! like that. My friends would drop
ledead. And I wouldn't be able to
was used ca the table and yellow amas. Bo Bench. Peter Van Dam,
candlesticks were used on each Hickie Hirschfeld, Kenny Dar- keep a straight face."membered an
side of the arrangement. 'lington, Bobby Fisher, Gene Ad- euadalcanalO ox-prtma donna took her aside
The guests o0 honor were pre- ams. Ralph DeBoyrie and Billy and whispered:n
sented with gifts of table linen Gachez. PRSTON FOSTER oleen s bast for bee
and alligator sandals. A donation The adults who attended in- with: PRESTON FOSTER "Dolleeng, ees bast for bee
was collecLed from the members eluded Mrs. Olmedo Alfaro, Mrs. RICHARD CONTE seenger to be veree high-strong,
present and a sum that matched Thomas J. Polite. Mrs. John Ma- WILLIAM BENDIX dolleeng, t'row teens. You are
that amount was taken from the lyo, Mrs. Luis Eduardo Castlllo,YD NO N no e t soba
group treasury to be used to pay 'Mrs. Anibal Galindo. Mrs. Danny LLOYD NOLAN seenger, not nice girl ofeen softball
or refreshments for the Bible IFench, Mrs. Vincent Canamas, Anthony QUINN de cate member dolleeiahrntg, bet
School at Fort Gulick. Mrs. Agustin Cedeno. Mrs; Saul appless respect you more!"
Those who attended included: Farbman, Mrs. Peter Van Dam, KP tre s r ped etyionthe
Mrs. C. S. Harvey. Mrs. Jerry Mrs. Errol Pinto. Mrs. Robert Kathryn slapped herself on the
Whyte, Mrs. Olga Curr. Mrs. Fisher, Mrs. Hiolito Fernandez, T H U R S D A Y midriff f.
,Harry Tolbert. Mrs. Jesse Friese, Mrs. Caries Gallardo. Mrs. Her- Then she expanded her chest.
Mrs. Arthur Cran Mrs. Ro- bert Toed, Mrs. R- bert Toledano, Mrs. Philip H. "Delicate" she snorted. "I'm a
bert Mossman, Mrs. W. A. Hawk- Havener, Mrs. Haasilies Mrs. strong, healthy girl. Wo could
ins, Mrs. Russell Mann. Mrs. Henry Darlington, Mrs. Ralph De David E Rose presents
Maurice Townd, Mrs. David Har- Boyrie. Mrs. Robert A. Allan, Robrt MONT MER
aLhaw. Mrs. Harriet Johnson, Mrs. Mrs. William Gachez, Mrs. Tho- -lRobed M UTGOW v w uT
Mary Lou Tolbert and Mrs. M. mas N. Page. Mrs. Natalie Ad- TH SC O cFT S
C: Neustaine Pms. Mrs. Anita Neff, acnd Mrs. THE- SCOOP
Fort "ulick Woman's Club 'em :ry Reard'n THE YEAR!
M.t 'hursda:y 'liss Elinor Donahue
Mr Halland WV. Hankel. pres- Returned Today On The Screen In A Fast And
Ident of the Fort Gulick Womnan's Miss Elinor Do n a h u e, the Exlusive Service The
Club presided at the business daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
meeting of the club which was Donahue of Curundu, arrived CECILIA Theatre
held at Fort Gulick Officers Club here aboard the S.S. Ancon. C IL he
Thursday afternoon. Miss Donahue will visit on the WILL SHOW
Tea Nwas served after the meet- Isthmus until August 24 when she NEXT THURSDAY!
Ing end Mrs. Walter G. McEride will return to St. John's Hospital
and :,rs. John Prehle presided at at Long Islend, New York City THE
the t-:a table which wvs centered where she will continue nurses BOUT OF THE CENTURY
with an arrangements of vanda training. i
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be stronger? I couldn't have tlr- 'were both, cast "Show Boat.".
yngitis if I tried. I've gung with. "I was pulling for Dinah Shore
flu and a tbMperature of 103. .I for Ate JuaJe role., Then I saw
can out-sing aly angeron two Ava'4 test 'he was fabulously
feet. It's sheer health. wotderfui and I stopped talking
"Temperament I ha got. me, If. ~t*rt acting like a big
Temper, yes. I've gota. dflly. The star, Ava s tys, 'Come off it, hon-
juiciest temper around. MOM ey."
just canceled my vacation. They The nrtmder that she was hop-
said, 'Come on, tell' us how you ping mad 4oftuse Ava's Julie was
feel about It.' They asked for It getting moe advance raves than

looked) lke a moister." Ard late- I'lleslug Ave."
and they got It, both her herM oUa in "Show
6a f in *G *
She's been lagt. *q MG14 WKathrynihad hear/ the buzz.
sound stages for IX "I"t ws "I re a rule and see the
17 when I made day fint tet. I plcture'*h it's premiered," she
had braces on my teeth and I 3a&d. "It I-donlt Uke what I see,
looked like a monster." And. late- I'll's.lug AvM." "
Iv she's taken to aavolflt her .

own pictures.
If Ethel Barrymore can live
without seeing herself on the
screen, so can KTathryn. She
"You die. I haven't had time to
die lately, that's all. You hate
yourself. You never want to make
another picture as long as you
live. It's torture. Rushes? They're
worse. I'd never show up for the
next day's work if I went to see
my rushes."
She comes from a musical fam-
ily, but she's the only One In It to
connect up with a-movie -career.
Her sister, Frances,, whoq'a blonde
and shapely, almost made the
grade, though.
Kathryn tells it0
"They asked her to show up at
the studio in a bathing suit. Fran-
ces put a cost ovec the bathing
suit. They said, 'Take it off.'
Frances said, 'Ugh, ugh.' That
finished her in pictures. We're a
family of prudes."
The telephone rang.
"That's probably Ava," said
Kathryn to her maid. "Tell her
I'll call back." She giggled and let
it drop that her friendship with
Ava Gardner started when they

HIIOUSF" nay have had the
belt or InfentJions when he
started to "fix" your radio.
But it takes- an expert with
real "know-how" to put it in
first-clama condition.
You'll find we're "oh-.o-
easy" on your pocketbook!
Phone or. write s ltodlal. We.
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Complete Prize-winning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1692, Sunday, August 12, 195
The whole tickets have 48 pieces divided In two series "A" & "B" of 24 pieces each.

First Prize

Second Prize

Third Prize










Approximation uerive@ fronm irsI FPrie
1573 48. 1575 48.0 1577 48.6 1576 48 1581 4.06. 184 4.0. 156 488. 1588 430.00 0IS 486.0
1174 4. 1 48.06 1175 48.0 15IS 4-40 1583 48.0 1585 484.0 187 40.I 181 48. 15>1 40."

Approximptions Derived From Second Prize
S s I d a '
071 24,00 271 20.0 371 24. 47 240.0 S71t 24. 711 240 711 24 24 71 .
1710 M12 1712 12 114 120 I 1.0171 120. 721 00 i 1723 1M.0 1725 120.0 1727 1.nm
1711 136.0 1713 136.0 1715 12.0 1717 120.00 1720 128.0 1723 12.00 1124 126. 1728 126.0 1728 12N.

Approximations Derived From rhird Prize
i I I I I I *
I02 144.00 282 144, 3A88 144.0 4282 144, S88 144. 18 144. 7882 144,06 82 144.0 926 144.6
187 94.0 18758 6 i 177 .60 187 1. 1 6.81 0. 18 e I. 1886 Mi 0 188 0.0 18 s .
1 4.0 160 18 1II6.90 1s8 :.66 1I go," 6 12 ll0.9 18.0l.09 387 96M 1n M s1 96.0

Prise-winning numbers of yesterday's Lottery drawing were sold: 1st in Col6n; 2nd in Chiriqui; 3rd in B. del Toro.

The nine hundred whole tikete ending in 2 ad not imeluded'in the above list win Forty-Right Dollars (48.-) oael.
The whole tickets have 48- eees which opmprise the two series "A" and "B"
Signed by: 1BLIPIl ROMX RO LOPEZ, fecretai7 to the Governor of the Province.


HUMBERTO PARRDKS C.. Representative of the Ministry of Treasury.

WITMESESS: HernAn Isaacs *. O6dula No. "-1014
Juan B. MNeto-Om ula No. 18-1322

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3 5. 5 5 ., o 8
IBM2 144. 16M2 144"01 M 6 li54.- 3082 144.9 442 144.4 M582 144. 082 144.00 72 144.0M 8082 144.H 902 144.6
0182 144.00 1182 144 21s2 1442 1ssa 144. n 4182 144. S 1182 144. .A182 144.O0 7182 144.00 8182 144.i 182 144.
0282 144.06 1282 144.00 2282 144. 0 382 144.0 4282 144.0 $282 1 282 144.00 7282 144.00 8282 144.0 282 144"0
082 144.0 1382 144.0 2382 144 A 3282' 144.0 4382 144.0 1382 144.0 8082 144.0 7382 144.00 8382 1446. 9S82 144.00
482 144.60 1412 144.00 2482 144.0. 3482 14400 4482 144.0e 54$2 144.0 $482 144" 0 7482 144.0 8482 144. 0 9482 1446.
M82 2,406.06 1582 48,00.0 2582 2,4060 3582 2,40.0O 482 2,400 S882 2,460.40 8S2 2J0.00 7582 2,40.0 8582 2,40.00 9 2 2.40."0
o82 144.0 1682 144.00 282 144.06 32 144.0 4 -82 144,0 588 144.0 082 144.00 7682 144.00 8882 144.0 82 144.40
0782 144.06 1782782 .40 272 144. 3782 144.0 4782 144.0 572 144.00 782 144 7782 144.06 8782 144.0 782 144.0
0682 144.0 1882 144.0 2882 144.1 3282 144.O6 4082 144.0 5882 144.0 882 144.0, 7882 144. 8882 144.0 S882 144.0
0682 144.06 1682 144. 282 144.40 82 144.00 482 144.0 1n82 144,00 2 144.0 7S12 144.00 8 s2 144.06 0682 144

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La prensa peruana acusa La Secretaria

S Ecuador de provocar ia conferencia
"Ecaor Nacionstal6 esta m
S |En el dia de hoy se insl
el Hotel "El Panama".
U t pSICOSIS N a l l cretarla encargada de hi
S r arreglon preliminares
"m Ftead pretend dwsiar la atenci6n de los gra- d conse ntermer
1 problems politicos interim dice el diario, CO= 00o Social de las
"La Cr6nica," deLima nos que so reunirt en e
Sderaruneone u- dad el dia 20 de agosto,
UMA, Agosto 13 (UP)-Noso radoen crekr un conflict C u ln- En I& tarde de boy se
ba podid obtener confirmna- do compete at ej6reito de su ron los delegados de Pan
ea6n ofiqal de la otici sobre pals atacar 0eedos a nuestros el MintseriQ de Relacioi
*mievoas ncidente 'fronterisos soldados. La maniobra ha sido teriore, dorde se trat(
eitre Peo y cado yer do- clarisima, diafaha, pues el ata- log puntos que discutiri
Mingo, pero e periodico "LA que eeuatoriano se produjo ho- mA en la Conferencia.
CA6nica" ..edItoriaUid diciendo ran despu6a del mordaz diacurso La Becretaria estA h
4ue el Goblerno de Ecuador ea- de Oslo Plaza y cuando so tes- los arregloa sobre la i
f trP@Idio de eresa "tun am- tejaba el aniversario national ci6n del temarlo, la or
biente de paicosits niconal" pa- ecuatorlano. ci6n de la conferencia y
ra e xntTestar ~m problems "Fellsmente, erA Amdrica existe relacionado con los de
politics mernMos. uti claro concept sobre el extranjeros que asistiran
"La-Cr6nica" en un editorial asunto y de pada valdrAn las Conferencia.
e nprtmera aplna bajo el titulo patraflas ni mentiras infames----
"Insiste A. Ucuador en iu Cam- ointo la propalada por una ra- En
ipfla Alg iatt". coment6 que diO-emisora ecuatorlana infor- En' JuHo an
'as tradiclonal en el 'pals del mando que nilrgun diarto del
nerte--y a las citas hist6ricag Peru habia publicado notielas
'ag Atenemos-que cuando all sobre el inside. te-para desfi- a r. SeC
*'urge un problema de political gurar la verdad de los hechos.
4Aterna, los gobernantes, utill-
3Sa8o trucks de prestldlgitaci6n "Per a61o quiere que se cum- maleantes y v
de fajo uso, eiervan el pueblo plan un tratado internaclonal
-crldWo au ambiente- de, paco. eiscrito por las parties, y James
vile .nackl al. yA ponen un permitr el planteamiento ab- Cat doscientos cases
Yenas la olos para deviar surdo de nque no cable hablar de tos investig6 l Policia
I atenel6n y eh iltimo tarmino "derecho" sobre Marafi6n. y durante el mes do Jl
p a hacer una postugr de fal- sepan ademAs el pueblo y Go- acuerdo con 'declaraclo
-o nationalismo eua do ad- bierno Ecuatoriano que aqui no ministradab a eats diarli
lirten eta declinact6n del po- existen tropicaliamos y que sub-nsptor General
dOt .sa actitud ep criminal y nuestra serenidad est respal- Policla Secreta.
Sant-amherica -' 'dada por la justicia y por la Bitt. los datos estai
tingue dicvndo "La pr6nica" decial6n de quien deflende su atumllrkdo e pr i Pl
,Uee "el tefior Plaza no ha repa- derecho". ucretaso ha podiumentdo las
clones de sospechosos,
tes y vagos a un num
cord de 149, eztimnndo
u i na ce ra aua-e esto se debe la siltuac,
p ndn6mlca por I& cual atra
e enRi oCongo total de 40detenci
ayer o ong menores de edad se
e1r deddedurante el mes de Julio
1 "" "%a qie figuraban fumade
at n r l I canyac, denunclos por

de Urgentemente se
eA ..,

Mayor del Ejercito

reune el Estado


El grave problema Fuentes autorizadas acusan.
del papel imprenta al Peru de haber realizado
El Director General de la a q- *
nesco ha lanzado un 1ama- 1 t qu l dn'
nriento a todos los goblernos pi-
diendo que tomen las medidas
necesarias para solucionar el l .* *
grave problema de la- escasez de QUITO, Agosto 13.-(UP) tos hecha por et Peru y reite-
papel de imprenta. En un men- E1 Estado Mayor de las fuer- rando la demand ecuatoriana
saje el seftor Jaime Torres Bo- zas armadas del Ecuador cele- de una salila al'Amazonias po
det dice: "Dirijo un apremian- br6 una reuni6n de emergen- el Rio Marafi6n.
te llamado a todos los gober- cla anoche y estuvieron sesio- El comunicado del Ecuador
a a ient de nando toda la noche estudian- decia que las declaraciones del
nos para que, conse ntes de la do la critical situacl6n creada Perd son increibles, especial-
extrema gravedad del problena, r por las violaciones cometidas mente en las aseveraciones do
tomen con urgencia las mcdi- por el Peru en la frontera ecua- que el Ecuador nunca ha te-
das que estimen 6tilfs para per- toriana despu6s de haberse In- nido poseslon de los territories
nftir en conjunto aumentar la formado extraoficialmente aue del Amazonas.
producci6n de papel de perle- tropas peruanas volvieron a dis- El Ministerio de Relaciones
dlco y papel de edicl6n, para lo parar anoche contra las guar- Exteriores record la declara-
cual convendria foientar el a- niciones ecuatorianas en la ci6n del Presidente Odria el 24
provechimento de nuevas Uma- frontera. de Febrero de 1940 en ]as aue
erias primas y favorecer, me- Los informes que ho han si- dUio que 'gracias a la victorlo-
diante acuerdos. Internaclona- do confirmados oficialmente di- sa acci6n de nuestras fuerzas
lea, las iAverslones a laigo cen que no se ha podido esta- armadas Perf ha liquidado as
plazo". blecer el nfmero de bajas. Fuen- problems fronterizos." Ecuador
"Y -anadio el senior Torres tes autorizadas, sin embargo, dijo que "Peri estA tratando
Bodet-, mientras esa produc- acusaron al Perf de haber efec- una vez mis de resolver los
cidn no responds a las necal- tuado un quinto ataque en la problems pendientes por medio
dades reales de cada nacl6n, es- maflana del domingo. de la fuerza."
tablecer entire todos los passes .El Ministerio de Relaciones A pesar del interctmbio de
un reparto mas equltativo de Exteriores del Ecuador expid16 fuertes notas, no hay indlcios do
los recursos existentes en palel anoche un comunicado refutan- que los dos paises quieran ex-
de peri6dico y papel de edicl6n'. do la declaraci6n de cinco pun- tender el conflict.
41 1 1

Vecins del barrio Algunas embajadas europeas
Se sutye Semana Nacional delmarali6n en po convertidas n emhtdos nr

.rreet ala utordades. 1
'. a 2 canoe do inmlgracl6n
o 1- segun informs obtenidos tue candestna se regtrrondu- en benefico de las escuelas de un decreto ley n o
(Oreotoct fue a- provocado por el alcohol. rante see mes, slendo e stos C Sp a
Mio Congo, de una z Personero de esta cludad. puestos a 6rdengs del Ministe- Lo vecinds del Marafi6on an
ad a l, cotazh ,aoro Carlos Rodrigues L6pez, ro de Relatones Exteriores. Danalaeflas m31 l frOIltera tiC enviado al Diputado Heracilo Tal C declararon miembro d Senado north
"( o sr do atra- oenompobr -, Bal el aalaee miorai e ao enc.argados do investigar a
o. r is elk eopafldel Safe dal a boda,161 Ua t que bhan Q do a. .... .. Ie 0e l unci des- i
S* done el funcolari o instructor marthi"Usa en.un total de 1- A 13 dploma
S--..- .;". '.. ",, i. y la dIha. genc.ian-de _ltem. enua el m e nula. sn Ea mila del e difu culture nderomsl6n Le. /UP Los lti-estltdres del d-.-lo no ha ad f
Si .e ''....a.._i-l t1amento del cadaver y orden -- blecId una seman a pah t en zonas tan import. l- lativa ra B ,a. l Senado declar0on que la En.- alguna contra WY iM Hm ,u tua-lado a la .morgue del _. jo *i dicadasa a recoger 4 para ite d pals; PgnamA4l tva dantn ~ baada y otras ocn quo as dlpl- de acuerdo con la ley de seg
S Hospital Santa Toma sar la Ila ediflca6n y funciobamlento it precise rear ebtre Panam rO eA de,102 baa.. tas dy ot.s .A oficns dr ripdn- de urdon
-J prctica do Is autopsis de rigor. de Ia eacuelas do ia frontera. log 1Idteate de la Republic .lSaior H...racl. Barletta, nAtilc do las naciones derAs rid interns.
21 I UE U El homicide Motnterao. se en- Dicha semana aprA celebrada hbito de interesarse colecti- Honorable Pesidente de laeltln do hierrhn bdo
on la> Unlu b del.or; d om-- JA Ds oe|n ^., "c ie&- d-n" i enee n n L K de.n, c~nvertidasen "un enome m---
cuentra detenido a 6rdenes de entire Ios dia7 y 13 del pr6- vamente pr a solucn d Coli6n Legilativa Pr n cvertidas er nom em-
rf otD mn Ilas Autoridides que Investigan n xmo mes de Octubre, cuando aqueloiB problems que atatfien nente, budo"pa.-r a Intrducir espiai y
u i de t V t el c rJ JA I n l mi nstltucipnes escoares de la directa o indirectmamente al de- Prente. aboteadores a Estados UnidosPun dneros
Si L d Log Republica desarrollaran una vi- earsoio y fortalecimlento de las Honorable Preldiete:. Pat McCarran, president del
S,ETROIT aosto 13 (UP)- .. r e r va. gorosa campana para robuste- instituclones patrias, Los abajos firnmantes, vecdios Subcomit6 de Seguridad Inter- fue ejec tado 1o
21 nuevo Cad asc de 11,000 n e tan SerAn sembrados various trbo- cer el concept de la naclona- Resuelve: del barrio de "El Maraf6ti", nos na del Senado, organism que I
tie del Prieadente Per6n le frutaen Is co In- lidad y rescatar a clentos de 1-Establecer la semans corn- dirigimos a es Iponorable Co- hi estado hacienda una lnvcs-
Alenldo equipado con aire le frutale en la olonia n nifid panameos d de influen- predida entire los dias del 7 al aisln, con todo respeto, a fin tigaci6n secret de extrancios al
acokdltonado, bar, television. onantes1 fantl de Verano del Club d class extrafis. 3 de Oetubre del aflo en cur- de solicitar que la entidad ue t utsersivs, critic al Goberno b5 l
t#4at uns refrigeradors en Leonos p r lt Arociacsin de Mu- La Resolucl6n dietada por el so para la celebraci6n de actos used dignamente dirige, se sir- por no tomar medidas conra
m y .vrlos a prueba de r nesfrlas gin e- Ministro Bermidez es del tenor tendientes a establecer un nue- va aprobar el Decreto Ejecuti- los diplomticos peligrosos de PUSAN, Corea, agoste 13.--
bl Sangre caraclones formulad U a nu sigulente: Vo concept de nacionalidad a vo de Reformas a la Ley dc la Rusia y sus satelites. (UP)-El General de Brigada
.Ken Whltlock, cuya firm ins- tro diario. Repiblia de Panam la vez que sirva para recabar Caja de Seguro Social Dijo: "Aparentemente, los De- Kim Yoon Kuen y otros cuatro
talara s items d erae sco- tn necestando rgen- a e i do dEacln o os neesarios e ciCom noecapr& sa en apartments d Estado y Js- oficiales d Guardi Nctaco-
dielonado y.. Is refrlgeradora. Se eatin necesitando urgen- verano ubicada en Is carreLe,-* Secretaria del Ministerio. ficacin y funcionamiento d omriteri ayal d l s dignos rticia on demasiad o synab dof C
dijo qua a rro no esmay temente donates de sangre pa- transitmics carece de Arboles PanamA, 11 de Agosto de 1951. las escuelas de la frontera; cresitntantesro y al de lo dignos rin Le- tari hacer uson dem lasad poeesti pmir s pelot6nn doe fusilamento
ro, t o ra una transfusion que se le rutals y la Universitarias en Resuelto No. 321. 2-A utorizar a todas las es- resentantes de Comii Le-ara haer us de los pee p
Uno d icarrosdo Hitlers c hari a la sefiorita Hilda Sin- asesi6n celebrada ayer decidierun El Mintistro de Edueaci6n cuelas de la Repuiblica para que gislativa Permanente, el Pro- que le concede la ley de seguri- por haberse aropiado ondos
en de o carro30,000 d6 ir ae. chez, hospitalizada en el Hos- ayudar a Los Leones en su cam- en representacion del Organo en gesto de profundo sentido yecto en mencid6n contiene sus- dad internal con el objeto de nacnals.
endio en 30,000 d lares nital Santo Tomas, a quien se pafia de mejoramiento de la u- Ejecutivo, ,/ iviro y altamente educativo, tanciales medidas de benefico sacar del pais a 6sos elements Los cinco acusados fueron
Un tabrtcante de radios de le practirA una operacl6n de e- ventud Considerando: laboren durante tales dias en para los asegurados en general, peligrosos". sentenciados a la pena de muer-
C t inStalarWt6n una pantalla mergenc. Ms de clen Arboles frutales 1-Que las escuelas ubicadas la forma Indicada en la dispo- las cuales beneficlarin, espe- te el 19 de julio por haberse
Steal6n en que puede set sembraran las universltarias ia en el sector de la frontera de sici6n anterior; calmente, a las clauses popula- McGarran di6 a la publici6d apropiado cerca de 400,000 d6-
olento posterior del carro. Las nar eangre, pue den resent do prxima emana 8era aprove- nuestro pals y la hermana re- 3-Solicitar de las respectivas res quoe son las mas necesita- un informed del grupo del 3.- lares. Las famillas de los con-
sillento plteadriorz del carro Las nar sBanco deangre dsentHospi- chado este viae a la colona pbli de Costa Rica se en- Juntas Municipales de Educa- das de la ayuda de instituc!nes Comite en el que se revela ue denados no pudieron visitor a
ran elitinadas par construir tae Santo Toms, lo'm e ligero fantl paras levar a cabo la Cu- cuentran en estado de abando- c6n la aprobaci6n de las acti- como la Caja de oeguro Socl l, el Departamento de Estado 'ia los sentenciados antes de la
un pequefionadas pbar. possible i6n mensual relamntaria no, sin construcciones adecua- vidades sugeridr. en este re- hoy a cargo de personas, caya reclbido informaci6n adversa jecucion.
Spqueo bar._________l ____________u reglamentar das y carente de material es- sualto. (Pass a ia Pac Col1 4 sc-bre 85 extranjeros con vi. as
colar; Ricardo J. Bermfdez
bGran es m aniobras- 2-Que el mis puro concept El Secretarlo del Ministerio, Ex d b s spde
de defense de nacionalidad Carlos Ivin Z fiiga.

en e MSe descubre atentado contra arreglo satisfactorio en Corea

e, lMdterra0 lavida del Embajador de EE. Descubrese gran La pr6xima reunion tendri
i s UUe.en San Sebastian, Espaa corrupn entire uga maaa yse espea de
P na sde aire rlugar manana y se esera e
aopas e aire, La Policia mantiene vigilancia constant en el Ho- unos funcionarlos
S. en iru d Panameoh tel en donde esti hospedado el Embajador Griffis "
rra WASHINGTON, agosto 13.- e- a resultados decisiv*
b w a. e i 1en Coh gl de EE. UU. AN SEBASTIAN, agosto 13 (UP)-En fuentes gubernamen-
Se 'an aa pe r. M t (.UP)-El Goblerno espafiol In-' tales se supo hoy que los inves-
formOa& IEmbaJador de los Es-.Los industriales doIo, Agosto 13 (UP)-sl ni
de gran batalla por M alta AMS. Ioa, agt 13 (UI tads Unidos, Stanton Griffis, mdusto tal grdo de corru 6n deegado Agmunistas gno Unas d la
-Eatudiante de Panama' Y que su seguridad personal se entire los recaudadores de im-la i omtnistas Na is
Haiti figuran entire los echo hall" gravemente amenazada. renIra" infr e puestos federales, que alunos nlainvitacl6ndelasutir Nacinr n.ndo ay eansde auraleda
gradanda ext ero. quorendirhn Informe uUnidasPara discutir ciertos a- ci ee
NAPO0, agooto 13 (UP)- costa una escuadrills area recibido titulos on ramos agri- Dijo el Goblerno que de a- miento total del actual sistema justes" en la lines de la z torica pero as otras pare
Las faers del EJrcto. Arma- de Italia. colas y tnite en el Colegio cuerdo col informes obtenidos sobre un proyecto derecaudacnde uesto. neutral durante la sen d u- uscar una aclracn del
da y AVf dndelos Estaas U- del Estado de Iowa al terminal por la Policia de Espafia ele- Varlos senadores manifesta- na hora y 20 minutes en Ka cpto de las Naciones Unilas
ls, Gran Bretafia, Irancia r a el curso lectivo de verano. mentors antifranquistau tanto en ron que las pruebas serAn ex- song. la cual fu6 tan "Impro- sobre la zona desmiitarzad
e Itala, participara n en la tC Ui s p W San SebastAn como en Fran- El Sindicato de Industrialepuestas a la luz viublica en una ductiva" como las anteriore; su locrlizacion
"batalla" -por a Isla do Malta, Juan R. de Roux, de Panama. cia. al otro lado de la frontera. de Panama rendira Informe hey serie de audiencias que se veri- El domingo los comunist.P El Vicealmirante Jov
boy, m las mayors manlobras m se ha graduado en ingenieria han decidido atentar contra la sobre el proyecto de ley que re- ficarin a fines de mes o a prin- dieron esperanzas de que :. lis cinro .-ecuntas hechas por
llevadas a cabo bhasta la fecha weuWW 9 de cerAmica. vida del Embajador. glamenta las patentes coimer- ciplos de diclembre ante la rian dispueEtos a llegar a -i.1 Nam 11 en forma cetalladd. n
pO~ I fterusan d las naciones cdales e Industriales presei.ado Subcomision de Medlos y Arbi- formula de transacciln ei a en nnce. el delegado comunlsna
del Pacto del Alliatco. da jU. a. EmaA-af Gerard Phllipe-Auguste. de El Gobernador Civil. Jose So- por el Ministro Samifdio a sia trios, demand de que la zona ... comenzo a ler su contestauion
S l pUlan i uaunlacro de ba- Haiti. reciblo el grado de Ba- lis Ruiz, vJast6 aye al Emba- entidad para su studio. Los mlembros de la citada co- trial sea establecida a lo ar-' c.e un papl que habria prca-
tali. a appelado por el Cuar- chiller an Clencla en el ma- Jador en sus habitaclon:. del Igualmente se discutira el in- mislon dijeron que la corrup- del Paralelo 38. r~do de antcmno antes dc 1-
tor Qe n l Almirante Ro- WASHINGTON, aosto 13-- nejo de granjas. hotel y mostr6 al EmbaJlaor las forame rendido por la coml.:on ci6n es much mis amplia qua Al rehusar dicutlr los :ari- niciarse la session. diclendc ,ia
bert B. ~ CO andante oe (UP)-lI Banco de xportac6n pruebas rcogidas par la Policia que hizo gestiones ante la Li.l- la descublerta hasta ahora y YLos en las lines propue.-a- ;a contistacion de Joy "no .re
Jela d alladas en concadil a Espeas nuevos cr6- Otras naclonM representadas de Espafla que corroboran la versidad Nacional para que esa revelada en Nueva York, San los comunistas tambien reu- S.tilfactora".
file UO IL ditos por up total de 6 millones en la lists do 174 graduados existencia del complot contra inUttuc6ln usara products un- Luis. Boston v San Francisco. :.aron segulr con los puntos e Hasta el moment no se vit
se dhares Kb dinero t- non India, Buin 7 Canai El Griffin. ctonzies en la construccln de El Representante Robert W. y custro do Is agenda. Has
Il zado pars iZs roduc'cl6 do actor do graduatif tu o lugar
a e n2oace5 de Julio y ca d mmno I beador RuIz duo is ,sun ddiaicios.Ny o--l n.diclomn Kean. Republican. doqua'-gcccone
ado. nalel primer em de vera- EmbaJador que cuatro detecti- lento de los mrsmon nea dmeruan d re-a- a punt rasa
e a srs v no Incluyendo dtos cltim l- o debate tel elcual ofre- e mant pran vigilan- Be nncmbrarA uns comei6 cement e un a tes voluntaanlo. ral Nam II prparo su cont.ta- diterentes ocmsones. y ura
deSatcot i y ane7 a ha recAdo credit r ce utns var de otudi en cla tnatat en las Inmedia- que se encargara de eatudilr y ; lgunos pagadores legan cn l Vicealmirntee C arlos dias los observadorea
,Oran Breas .400,000 dollars del ramos a tdenico.. El clone de} hotel para proteger dsacutir el proyecto de ley que convencerse de que otros estan Joy., iee de la delegation dc U..; cperado que cada sesi6n
Nartu~a n en el c ti de 62.s0 SS a-.s s doctor .Chba FrUer la vMs.tde Cuande el Em- reforms la ley orgAnleAic tC e- ,acando venta)a. es natural que Naciones Unldas. much antes !a ultima. Sin embargo, e a
t A habrA uid ro el Congeso de lsient del cdbgo. entr6 M baJader del hotel en su au- uro Social. enviado esta cn- ellos tamblin traten de ar-o6- 0e cmenzar la sesIon. ut16 celebrar otra sesl6n a
ao i ra a 7 Zlredto de dos Untldoas pa w e M diplomas. tom6ni, aguido por otro ve- tidad por el OGerenfl de ea :us- vcharse v eato provocariIa la i General Nuckols. port.,oz na, Io cual hace surglr d
aKI* Wi" a er dO hied d,.jll.:PoJ1ct. tif cI6n, para s esidercctn. ruina de todo el statema". de a cdelegaci6n de las Nacioreslesperanzas de un arregim.

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_L IaN -U0AL.ER0 CITl ,.. T VADA, AC'OAD O A.,H No 015 Drew Pearson dice: Esta columna denunci6 un centro de
LA EFERVESCENCIA POLITICA Y SUS espionaje en el Jbp6n en 1948; MacArthur rehus6
PERJUICIOS autorizar la publicaci6n de la noticia.
Es notorio qe en Pana exste, desde h e WASHINGTON El Comit6 Baku, y soldado del ejercito
s notorio que en Panama existe,, desde nace de Actividades Antl-Americanas alemA~ se prepare cuidadosa-
alg6n tiempo, Un estado de inquietud colectiva co- sacara a la luz la historic de mente para este trabajo tomafh-
c seu a J.. n p. E- una banda de espias comunistas do un curso especial de esplo-
111o consecuencia de las especulaciones plitlCas. Es-en el Japon que estuvo envian- naje en Moscu y haclendose
taitdo ain relativamente distant la techa de las do los secretos del Alto Coman- Juego co..sponsal de various pe-
n -a "a "st" s ian di do de Tokio a Moscui. riodico~,alemaues.
elecciones, ya la comunidad esta presenciando di- Esta es una historic muy im- Sorge conocl6 a Smedley eln
visions en ia lamilia pananmefia que practicamente portante y el public debe co- Shanlgal, quien lo puso en con-
...... n la" ........ ue ....-nocerla. Sinembargo, tambien es tacto con los comunistas Japo-
a nada bueno conducen. Por el contrario, siem- important que el public sepa neses. Una vez en Tokio, ha-
bran Ia semilla de los resentimientos y, muchas Ve- que muchas de las notlcias so- clndose, pasar siempre como
ces, losa .. e l odo y mbre espiaso comunistas son su- periodista alemn,, ltue nombra-
ces, de los odiOS. mamente viejas. do Agregado de Prensa de la
Esa constant agitaci6n political esta perjudi- La historic de la banda de Embajada de Alemania y se
espias de Tokio, por ejemplo, I hizo intimo amigo del Embaja-
cando los elevados intereses del pueblo panamefo fue publicada por esta colum- dor. Todos los secretos de la
porque con ella nace la inquietud y la inseguridad na hace casi tres afios el 21 Embajada pasaron por sus ma-
de Diciembre de 1948. nos.
colectiva, especialmente en lo que al desenvolvi- Incidentalmente, una de las JAPONESES DE LOS ANGELES
razones por la cual 6sta noticia COMPLICADOS
miento econ6mico del, pais se refiere. En un am- no fue dada a la publicidad ofI- Lose6iplices doe Srge eran
biente caldeado por las pasiones no es possible que cialmente por el Gobierno de una mujer de Los Angeles lHa-
Estados Unidos se debl6 a que mada Tomo Kitabayanl; un ar-
haya la propicia paz mental para que la vida na- MacArthur no lo autoriz6. En tista Japones de Estados Unidos
cional se desarrolle por los caminos del progress. Diciembre de 1948 el Secretario llamado Totika Miyago; un co-
sea~ ih el p i q r .de Defensa, Forrestal, le envio merciante aleman y operator
Quizais sea incalculable el perjuicio que repre- un cable a MacArthur pidien- de radio llamado Max Klausen;
senta para la Repiblica esta situaci6n, pues, ain dole que la hiciera pfiblica, pero y el mis important, Hozuni
este no 1o hizo. ktJM iun comunista japones
cuando se palpan sus efectos, no siempre istos se Sin embargo, he aqui la im- que se hizo director del perlo-
pueden calcular a cabalidad. En estos moments en portante historic, tal coman fu dieo "Tokio Ashi" y consojero
publlcada en 6sta column en del Primer Ministro de Japln.
que estain iniciandose actividades para la zona li- 1948, y repetida la semana pa- Ozaki tenia acceso a los mAs
bre de Colon con halagadoras perspectives, y que sada en el Comite: altos secrets del Gobierno Ja-
Tal como los Rusos lograron ponds, lQ9s cuales eran transml-
otras empresas intentan fincar aqui sus intereses, colocar hombres claves dentro tidos a Moscu via Sorge y Klau-
es totalmente perjudicial et mantenimiento de un del Gebierdo de Estados Unidos, sen por radio.
asimismo lo hicleron dentro del Klausen enviaba los mensa-
clima efervescente, saturado de maniobras exclu- Japon. Los espias comunistas jes abriendose mar afuera en
sivamente political en un sentido banderizo. comenzaron a operar en Jap6n un bote, disfrazado como pea-
en 1934 y tontinuaron en su cador, y operando su radio tan
Y no s6Oo los inversionistas extranjeros resien- labor hasta 1941 dos meses lejos de la orilla como era po-
ten estas cosas, sino que los mismos nacionales se antes de Pearl Harbor. sible. Aunque los Japoneses in-
Entre los espias se encontra- terceptaron various mensajes y
poren en lo que podriamos llamar a la defensive ban dos alemanes, dos Japone- trataron de encontrar el trans-
y se abstienen de incrementar sus viejos negocios ses educados en Estados Unldos, misor, nunca lograron conse-
S e ienen e incremenar sus viejos negoci dos norte-americanos y un pe- guirlo.
y. con mayor raz6n, de iniciar nuevos. La expe- riodista britanico. Uno de los Los japoneses tampoco pudle-
norte-americanos e r a Agnes ron descifrar la clave sino hasta
riencia nos demuestra la veracidad de estos con- Smedley imuerto) quien vivio poco antes de Pearl Harbor,
ceptos que logicamente emergen del analisis hist6- en el Japon 20 afios. cuando, accidentalmente, atra-
rico de nueras dolorosas realidades. El otro norte-americano era patron a uno de los espias, Ritzu
rico de nuestras dolorosas realidades. Tycho Lilliestrom, Vice-C6nsul Ito, ex-residente de Los Ange-
Seria de desearse que los altos dirigentes del de Estados Unidos en Harbin, ies. quien habl6.
ai co Manchuria. Nacldo en Finlan- Despuis de eso, todos los es-
gobierno asi como los directors de los partidos dia, Lillienstrom estuvo 21 afios pias lueron apresados, juzgados
politicos y los orientadores de la opinion public en el servicio consular, y muri6 Y los dos cabecillas Sorge y
sI n 1943. Los comunistas insta- Ozaki decapitados. Klausen
en general comprendan que estin en el deber pa- laron en su casa un poderoso le di6 a .los japoneses la clave
tri6tico de atemperar los afnimos y encauzarlos p transmisor de radio que mas seretasuque usaba para trans-
tarde fu6 enviado al Japon. mitir sus mensajes, pot IoIque
sendas de tranquilidad y de orden. os japoneses pudieron descifrar
Lo QUE RUSIA SUPO todos los mensajes.
La campafia que se avecina y que parece es- LO UE UA UPO tCuando el General MacArthur
tar. 0 precipitando debe desarrollarse en un plan La banda de espias tuvo tanto le concedi6 amnistia a los pri-
de altura, tal como corresponde a un pueblo que atas esferasdel Gobierno del soneros politicos apoee ds-
pues de ia victoria en 1945, des-
se nr~, ,Te dcbe hb:r lograflo cierta mnd':,rcz cf- Japn que muchos de los secre- cubri6 que el rest de la bands
tos do los sefiores do la guerra
vica y que, por lo tanto, debe tener un elevado fueron transmitido por onda sasse enntraban pe
concept de su destiny historic. corto a Mos. os espies su- todava y les di6 la libertad.
pieron entire otras cosas q e: El jefe de inteligencia de Mc-
----1) El Jap6on atacaria a Esta- Arthur, General Charlts Wl
dos Unidos. Esta Informaclin loughby, sac6 esta historia de
Polonia sierra oficina de antes de Pearl Harbor.reposanen los tribunals del
2) Jap6n no formaria porte Japl6n.
do ua alianza contra Rusia. Nota: Algunos de los dirigen-
s d es upo alianza contra Ruunates de la banda de espias son
ormacon causes p as que Stalin, ahora dirigentes de sindicatos,
InfOrmacion que m antenian: de Is causes por ]as que Stalin, s t y uno de eIlos, Ritzu
poco despus, firEE6Inalanza obrerd e ,
SNazi-Ruse que deJ o a Hitler I to es. un alto dirigente co-
OS t .UU.enlibertad de atacar a Fran munista
vaS ~ acia e Inglaterra.
3) Jap6n no atacaria a Rusla.
WASHINGTON, Agosto 13 El Departamento de Estado Esta information, envlada a
(UP, El Departamento de dijo que el Ministro de Relacio- Moscu en 1941, hizo que Stalin anuncio que Polonia ce- nes Exteriores de Polonia cito sacara todas sus reserves de SOeC
rro 'a oficina del Servicio de ayer al Embajador de Estados Siberia y las concentrara frente
Info'-macion de E.stados Unido.s Unidos y le pidio6 que cerrara la a tos ';. De no haber tenido
en Varsovia la ultima que oficina. Hoy. la Cancilleria de esta information, es possible que
que( aba en Europa Oriental. Estados -Unidos llamo al Emba- hubiera caido.
Iinediatamente se anuncio jador Polaco y el Secretarlo de El jefe de la banda de esplas l l
el cierre del "Servicio de Infor- EsLado Adjunto, a cargo de los er- Richard Sorge. Nacido en RCsuelve Sus Probi
macr o6n e Investigacidn" de Po- asuntos Europeos le dijo que
loni: en Nueva York. debia cerrar la oficina Polaca
El Departamento de Estado. en Nueva York dentro de 24 :
al anunciar esos aconteclnien-I hora.s.
tos, critics al Gobierno Polaco LII L
por "las dificultades puetas al El pornavoi del Departamento LE
libre inlercanbio de inforna- de Estado, Michael McDermott (Pabco, Certainteed \
cion entire las naciones". hizo notar que Polonia habia (aco, in y
Durant3 los filtimos trees alos, tornado esa media despues de
los satelites Sovieticos de Eu- que el Presidente de la Union Armstrong Congoleum)
ropa Occidental habian estado- Sovietica. N. Shvernik dijera en
cerrando todas las oficinas del una carta el Presidente Truman EN ALFOMBRAS:
Servicio de Informnaci6n de Es- que su pais era partidario de
tados Unidos hasta que final- la libre comunicaci6n entire los 6' x 9' ........B 3.98 1
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terminal en Ecuador
NUEVA YORK, Aglsto 13 -
(USIS)-Un grupo de medicos y
enfermeras" escandiavos sallo
hoy del puerto de Nueva York,
en viaje de regreso a. sus paiaes,
despues de haber llevado a ca-
bo en Ecuador la primera cam-
pafia antltubercudosa en masa
que haya tenido lugar en una
repuiblica americanar
Desde el verano pasado. cuan-
do se inicio al campafia, mas
'de 650,000 adults y Anflos fue-
ron examinados en El Ecuador
y se les administr6 la vacuna
BCG en los casos necesarios.
La labor ,a llev6 a cabo el go-
blerno ecuatoriano con la ayu-
da del Fondo Internacional de
Emergencia para la Ayuda a la
Infancia y con ayuda vital de
la Organizaci6n Mundial de ia
Los medicos y enfermeras, con
otros especialistas escandinavos
y experts medicos eeuatorla-
nos viajaron por el Dais lle-
gando a los pueblos lndio* mAs
remotes. Entre las secolones vi-
sitadas esta la region de Orien-
te, habitada por Indios que tie-
nen poco contact con las otras
zonas del pais. Fueron aocmpa-
fiados a esa region por misione-
ros, y los indios so presentaron
en grandes cantidades para ser
examinados, una vez. que tuvie-
ron noticia de la presencia de
los medicos y enfermeras.
La campana llevada a cabo
en Ecuador, ft.6 utillzada para
el adiestramlento pox mdn6icos
y enfermeras- de Costa Rica. y
El Salvador, asi c3no de las Is-
las de Jamaica y Trinidad. El
Fondo pro Infancla y la Orga-
nizaci6n Mundial de la 6aIud
estan ayudando al desarrollo
de campafias similares a dsta.
La vacuna BCO para la cam-
pafia en Ecuador fu6 proporcio-
nada por un laboratorlo de Ciu-
dad de Mexico, el cual tambi6n
ha recibido ayuda del Fondo
pro Infancia para el mejora-
miento de sus instalaciones. Se
acumularon evidencias por me-
dio de pruebas de que la vacu-
na es eficaz.
El Fondo pro Infancia desti-
n6 $300,000 para el program l
en Ecuador. Hasta ahora se an
invertido o destinado $800,000
de los recursos del Fondo para
varias medidas de control de la
tuberculosis en la Am6rica La-
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SQiere dormir
)4mo un beb^?
Ponga, poco de POSgUM n una
taza, agr4uele agu o leche alien.
to y obtendrd ina bebida sabrosa,
sin estimulantes, qtO le ayudar6a
tiarutar doe n suefio tranquil.
Compre POSTUM hey
simmo v Drubcolal


emas de Decorado

No realice ese trabajo de pintura o decorado que
tiene en inientes hasta que vea la SELECT-A-SCHEME
dc Pintura General. Este ingenioso seleccionador de co-
lores hace tan facil escoger los colors apropiados, como
maneja: el indicador de su telefono. Nada mis pricti-
co y nada mas seguro que esto.
Permitanos mostrarle ademas los nuevos tonos de
PINTURA GENERAL: lo iltimo, los colors de moda
y mis eccgantes para intcriores incluyendo los moder-
nos tonos acentuados.

Calles 17 Oeste y "H" Tel. 2-1895. Panam6

Ave. Herrera 7084 Tel. 626, Col6n





1.090 Kcs
3:30 Don Quikero
dranatizacion, cortesia de
Avena Quaker.
3:40 Cuartes Mayo
dirige Rent Santos
4:00 Not ciero
cortesia de los almacenes,
4:15 Dodicatorlas
5:45 Dracus, El Bombre
6:00 Vibrac.ones del Aire
Nacho Valdsm
6:15 Canta: Maria Victoria
6:30 Suce"a de la Humanidad
6:45 Sus canciones preferidas
cortesia de la floristeria
7:00 Lucho Azcarraga
y su rgano
cortesia del Ron
Carta Vieja
7:15 Lazes de Odio
dramatizact6n, cortesia de
Cigarrillos Camel.
7:30 Pafinan de Amor
dramatizacion, cortesia de
El Aguila Imperial
7:45 La Voe Emoclonal
de Betty Williamson
cortesia de Rhoda
8:00 El Diarlo de una Mujer
dramatizacl6n cortesia de
Almacenes TLa Aurora.
8:15 En Voz Bajis
con Anita VUlalaz
cortesia de la muebleria
La Euronea
8:30 Muisica espafiola
8:45 Mtsica argentina
9:00 Mujeres entire Rejas.
Cortesia de Cana Angelini
9:15 Los trovadores romanticos
duo Galante
9:30 El Hit Musical' de Hoy
10:00 Los Panamerlcanos
10:15 Francis y su mflsica
10:30 Dramatizacl6n B.B.C.
11:00 Buenas noches.
6:00 Buenos dias
6:03 Almanaque de la
6:30 Noticiero
fi:45 Misica para el desayuno
7:0 Sabores de mi tierra
7:30 Notictero
7:45 Su melodia predilecta
8:00 Fiesta en Manhattan
8:15 La discoteca international
8:30 Hablan los Astros"
con Antinea
8:45 Cantaresade Mexico.
9:00 ClasIleadog del .jAe
9:30, DOd1%toTlaS ;.
1015 NottelerO
1 -00 undo del e -.
1l;1, La pvla M,

11:45 El Fakir "Urbana ,
eortesia de la Ji
"Mayo". ;
12:00 Serenata Epafiolta
12:15 Noticlero
Cortesia de "La 6Hra" .
12:30 Lucho Aoa rmaga
y su 6rgoan.
cortesia de la Fabrica
National de Salchichas
1:00 Variedad musical
1:15 Los Boleros de Moda
1:30 Cantares de Am6rica
2:00 Noticlero
2:05 Orquestas de sal6n
2:30 Sendas musicals
con Anoland
cortesia El Aguila '
2:45 Su novela favorite
La Bien Pagada
cortesia de Kelvix
3:00 Momento romantic
con Ovidlo Rodriguez
3:15 "Entre dos Amores'C

iusan buenaa acpreud asida

Gran Bretafia actitud asIuu1"da

poi- el
Por H.
Avereu Hanin
paci6n en la
nia en torn
al principles r
ta frlalded rpb
rriente de
pechar que el
man "abia t
de motivos- ult
a Harrinah a
convertido ahe
popular on la
in4ividuo ingl
misto que jus
palses, no as u
special perspica
ces tiene -Una
dad para ver
blemas comply
Se decia on
blicos y en oto
niones popular
hap dli~ di<

mediador A flarriman
J. SARGINT Te uo t *ia.1 I

agosto 13.--(PS 31 l4 g.mUntoite ere, au
dispta tlo-Ira- 4jW.l
o al tr6eo fue n
eciblda con. 0g el- obe~o P o brp
el cludadano o,-. ; 0
glaterra, r sem- co.l a]
Prealdeute Tru- MoaWde i ot. ,
enido today claset e lO n Imuerau aO tbri-

Gran Bretafla. 3 ce au ua aOl meo.
6" eorrtente, .o 1 0t0 PWtO- .no a j Mu-
Scolegas 'deotr tlone hee p aman
in hombre deo 1. a bierno biltaao. B
claaunque o ve-I ha hehoAaber o
misterlora habli- undo enter, medbantce ci.
a trv#s de pro- rioo slatem*' de prtgunta
respuest que se mu en o
icados. Prlamn tbreltidlao que,
los lugares pu- caso necesart, a1 l ran Breta-
ros sits de reu- fia ocupar AbadAn a t-f di
res en ente pas protege las vidas britAnlca.
aA nmi tl.. im

estaba realmente dispuesto a
obtene petr61eo tranio para lae
Estados Unidos y que la Oran
Bretafia no debia apoyar ha "in-
t e r v e n c ij6n norteamericana."
Ahora este modo de penuar ha
cambiadd y el pueblo ,Se east
dando cuenta de que Harriman
le ha prestado muy vallosos ser-
vicios a la Comunidad Briti-
nica al t ai Teheran, yvoar -a'
Londres y regresar ahora a Iran.
El esfuerzo fislop que entrafla
un viaje de esta naturaleza no
pasa inadvertido tampoco; an
realidad, la reciledumbre del
hombre que puede realizar vue-
los tan largos cast An descan-
sar y, al mismo tiempo, lUerar
a gbo negoclaclones en las mis
altas esperas diplomaticas con-
los orientales, en cuya buena

Im portadds

los of rce:
Tel. 1000 .Col6n.



es el mejot entire los carrots chkcos

1 Cambios al sistema americano.
2 6 cilindros propordconan un motor
mejor balanceado. .,


- Economiza la ves que ofrece
i .--1. -,

4--- Mas espacio en Btt interior.

5 C--Construccion mis fuerte.
6- La belleza de ou interior es "itnica".

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Ave. Justo Arosemena
y Calle 30 Est*

Ave. Molindez
y CallI 1s.


impI~u ~W4V '(M ND Off WY vIsUWWD4 I

Se sentiri rebosante de energifa y vigor despuis
de haberse lavado con Jab6a de Salud Lifebuoy
(Salvavida), La profundamente limva"do m
espuma del Jab6n de Salud Lifebuoy
(Salvavida) refresca su cuerpo y Io mention (n
fresco. Decidaae mptear el Jab6n de Salud
Lifebuoy (Salvavida) demanera regular y e
conservar fresco duant todo el dia.


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Nuestro acreditado departamento de viaies esta a su enter
6 sposicio6n. Le indicamos la via mais rapid. segura y eco-
nomica y obtenemos sus documents de viaje completamente

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1W"r (EPI) -"-
-.,, lJO cirtosa dlpleatio .
iSffIA de'!. l "A E LON .-,
pl1etr ro de Afgn sUn, Per I.DT B N6V
tar Uh Mahooud Khan, Apart.a4 432 Apartmdo 104
-el l, ittro di Turgw, -
*Adtio- Menderes. .
ohi13o u.*epre t 1' WItaet 6 su i eAos.. Con tal moti-
obl de grand inters piara la En e dia d g y f ceiebrd sua vo ,Alo lio$amos.
Gre n Areaf ', que I ha "Inra- natales- e sator don 'Jorge A --
^do t una erpecle do"s-Bellz Jr. A la muchas felibi- Centanta de la fundacl6n
U6yta 6 mdrtiguador" entire la IA' taclones tue haya reclbido u- atde Maria
Aunque India no est.a nimos la nuestra muy cordial. TAsas SlerVas de Ma-
Aunue i s Ibeania britan., eC Cumpa boy a'i el"cudad, invitan por
balt 1a s eraan 1ti o e Canmplea-a d14 hoy et medio a todos l os feles. a-
interds eAd Afganistn s lan- Felilcitamos. a la, sefora Au- Mig"eI'.aenhechores de la Co-
ene; d6bido ala imortanc ror de Hlz en la techa de sus m; u los actos rellgiosoa
d Asa Central nte la.ofen- nat*ale que celebra heoy luned., queo 'e Aiva del comunimtno rusodhinoo. o corrteteB par conmemo-
Aqui so espera ue lo dqs pri- Nuestras congratulalones ha- rar el cenarfo de la funda-
mieros ministrom discutiran la cedos Ilegar a ajieflorita Irma ci i.'deo u Congregaci6n.
nieler orfma de oponer e aL Villalobos por sumar hoy un a- 'I
m9vimlento anti-occidental que'o a masde vida. E A Catedral de la Inma-
as tratad'de organisar ,en el c qlad Cbncepci6n, a las 9 a.
itmundo islAmiol favora* s.a la Tambi6n umIle aftos heo la n., Mlt. solemne con panegiri-
llamada "eatnpaa e .B:a.a"so- vnila Vaniga Sazan, hlji del co aluimvl a la fundaci6n. Eft
v iti.- t to '.t seflnor daA JoeD. Bazan yv efo- la tarde, a las '7.15, Rosarlo,
p ers ntrotioe A ra. Le eeamosmuchos af&os ejerlOlp a la Beata Madre So-
ha estado tratido ae'st tabf n mas de vida. lead, 'kermdn, bendicion con
liar la ...ltac6n ,n "c 'erct- el Santisimo Sacramento, ,Te
fno Oriepte JasardlnoA EI jovenclto Edgardo L6pez Deum y adordcion de la reliquis
buena, I rtela one Jod. .m, is Grmaldo tambi6n celebra hoy de la Beata Madre.
con, Iraq y el JQrdal dio -
ci poco A AiWahi-waod'aed Lionesde 10, 15,25 y 40 U.
tarlo general de, n F t o un o frasito. El product de
be, que tn gesita- go* Ik fta e ro Armour Ms. la primera ACTH a-
Samtad con gto;pr ur ceptada Ir la A. M. A.
I amistad coltal ;p antr-oceI & U ME M Al dar esta noticia a la prcn-
otitud abiertamenteat-occi-
dental de.Azgan Pach6 sorpren.- a, e aeieor Hicks seftRalo quc a
d16 a los turcos, y no se pro- la/t l i tura pesar de varlos rumors circu-
gros. nada haola up acerea- .11." ante, no existed escasez aibu-
niefto eitre Turqul y ggtpto. na do &CTIIAR y que todas 1is
:Et primeroo de estoa paiaes ha 'E8TAMBUL, agosto 13 (UP)- ordenes lqUe as reciben son des-
etats4 tratando de oontrarres- la Policia anurinel6 la detencl6n padada ininediatamente.
tar el movimiento antl-qopiden- de ,un funcionarlo del Minis- ain M a Amer-
tl en el Cercano Oriente, mO- terlo ,de Defense Nacional acu- La Asoc aeon Menca Amer
vimlento qie tiene como Ob- sado de espidnije potr cuenta de cana ha. ceptado el ACTfAR
j to establecer' un bloque isA- Rusia para ser aplicado. en el trata-
mieo cuyo ncftleo sera 'i a- .- mtento do las sigulentes enfcr-
cidnal1itmo egilpro-iranio, El detenido se llama Hayati meoadms:, enfermedades colaze-
Tflrqdia espera que ha de-lo- Karasahin, ex-Tetlente do Ira- na,; tales tomeo art itis reu:rp-
grar poner a Afganistan al lado gata de la armada turca, que toldea,, fieble reumatlca aguda,
de la moderaci6n, una political trabajaba domo secretarilo civl'Ilupu~ ertte(teso'agudo; hiper-
yj seguida per el primer minis- et ese Ministerlo. sen ibiud ea, la mayor pate
t"o de Iraq y que fue aeguida de Its etfornqitdes inflamato-
tambitn por el rey Abdullah del A tIitl Metd a rias,'aguias de los ojos: derma-
Jdrdin, recientenente asintaa- w in ,titis par contactt; enfermedau-
do. "l" ex e m n n "- 'des Inflamnatorlas aguda de la
.En Nvlsa de las etrechas r- Amed icana 0C t i,1 tale como p6nfigo y d'r-
lsclones existentes enfre, Tur- i matltiU exfollatiai: y enfer'ne-
q ia y las potenclas o-cidenta- dades metabhlcas tales como
le, lpoutca atloptaa, por el *r gQ,Mt 4:4hipofuncln a-
g6bidrnico4 Atigora du vista O Udredocbittldi secundania.
con gran 'com placencla a -": .. ..
iMientras. tanlto, se wianthuncla CHICAGO, ACTHAR, la bJr- re-.i,.b.'l s..e..n
que en lo 'IltiU-s dias. ha sldo aiona adrebcortteotropa de A-
cdnsiderablemenhte aumentada la mour Laboratories, ha sido a- -
excuadra britAnica en,. el golfo eentado por el ConseJo aobe I
Plrsico. P'armaoia y Quimica de la A.sO-
Esta escuadra esti bajo el ciacl'6ht M6dica 'Americana. L4
niandd del comodoro Wallis, Y notieia formal d' esta kcept4- I
c mprende y-a loa slguientel ci6n u u aiuncidaih-boy, Julio tBNL 0
0rcos: I, ,por el Sehor Thomas
iCrUcecos Mauritiu de ocho Hicks, viceprNidetate de Armnu r
nIl toneladas, y urygalus, deo and Company a 'argo de l /.
aqis rhil; cuatro destractores L b(ortor ArntUr4 N. Mi- D PD.
gman tamaho (dos miltonlah l chigan, Chicago, Illjaois. Dan Pl
dam), un barco pAra 'tanques, bi3enter
el Messina y dos fragataf' de I d de c16n de li Asopitcivn
zil quinientas toneladas cada Medica Americana me refterc cs-
una. -, pdcdamente at ACTRAR lie-
Siltisdo fabricado pot los Labo-
II Pu i s h M Igt ratorime Armour en concentra-


No* a 0 1 recta do ua' mndiae.,
4uo a1hor, qu4ede obtenori on la,
friacl a.o un costoe Intno, quo
q4 mAl dican en el tratamlento do
*nformodades do 1a piel quoe na.
On ,otro remedlo.
Esto gran aeelte antimaptico nO
01o promueve i, rApida cicatrla.-
16n do llagan y" herldat ino qua.
proporclona rApido allvlo y prontn
eleOtrwIPcl6n do l toms. clacote.
*bopemo y flceran. Su ocOl6 an
be ontlrrmdaso outAnes e* muy
eflt". I Vlcaan. dol *aos oi'
Coa istetd olotetner Aoo *it e
ameralf Maon Scoatcantrad eon
evalqnlora farnmacla mouvtu*. N
keo dafo

Lo mis tierno de
la mata para el

te milm delcoso

cads .a .a We ,pn-
dustrieascotSpMW -
red as b ojas at -I-
nas de cada mara. Por
%eeo oT eT.,s4nde.
Laf": O tosj fl .
A it r4.e 9i ue 6n s

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dos '#TXNbWw yAP'.
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Sstomne Amrmnefrk do Tiet
iNo hay otra igual! La bella Nueva "51" le aporta
,. el tipo de escritura que ousted creyera possible s6lo en
su6fos. Se Uma en tnos segundo, con facilidad asom-
,brosa La tinta flue en el acto-regulada para trazar'
rasgos perfectoi y sin fallas. Y el nuevo dep6sito de Pli-
glas, do mayor capacidad, permit ver el contenido de
tiLt. Ivin a boy animo en la pluhna que tiene aflos de
adelato-imr aims deo absoluta satifaoci6n al escribir.


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Sobre "Luz en las Tinieblas"

emite concepto la distinguida

dama dofna Isabel de Angellini
"Los ojos del espirtt o on mis astos jque las jos materialss,
dice distinguida dams puanmena, comentando *sbre la pelicula


QaAeremos, aunque un poon
S tarde, feilicitar atl nteligente
Sniio Lueinlo Valdis Jr., po r ha
ther lide Ado en el ia, dea oaytr
a un ano mis de vida. Lue tfum
agisajado por s amoros, pa-
deei con una fieteelta a I a que
Ssistoern un numeroso grupo
dt amigu ltos y amigutas. Es-
peramos eumpla muches afioe
mis y haemos votes pr uso
Ventura personal.

"Escenas como aquella eon la
cual el hijo, ya acostumbrlado
y rehabilitado a su nueva vida.
tlene que infQrmar a travai del
telifono a su madre, que regre-
sa al hogar y que regress ciego,
escenas como la anterior a esca,
en la cual este hijo, ante u su-
S period, se niega a liamar a it s
padres e Informarles de lo cque
q..u"-e sucede y lo que ea mis, acwia
e, de crueldad y sobre todo todo de
S. s Incomprensi6n su superior, ao-
ISABEL DE ANGELI0I para descubrir en esen mc -
ISABEL" DE ANGVLINI mento que quien tan 'injuwta-
At sali; del,"Estreno sorpiest- cn "Luz en.1p Tinjebla" -ns nente acusa tampoco puede ver
vo" de la magnifica pelicula de c!jo- "'pero agn mas quc eli y que por lo tanto no solo com-
ia Universal "Luz en las Time- problems de los mipmos ci ag', preside su problema sino que Io
blast" en el Teatro Central, ea- tan admirablemente presen.p no. comparte en today su intensidad.
cuchamos de labios de Ia cul- en esta policila, 'me emocunfo escenas como aquella en 1a caal
ta dama de nuestra sociedad, se abordaea en una formal tan ci.scuten airados los pacientes
seflora Isabel de Angelini, es- discrete y a& Iloamo tempo ten cel hospital para ciekos, el que
posa del senior Jorge Angulini, real, eI problema que afrontan I to gan las autordades la auda-
este comentarlo, sinteslt del quienes, queriendo ver, ticaen cia de admitir en ese 'hosAtal
maravilloso argument de "Lizi que ofre er con verdadera com- Personas pertenecientes a la ra-
en las Tinieblas: "Los ojos del pension y amor, part dc N za de color, para ser entices
espiritu son mis justos que los luz a los que viven en las ti- informados por aquel a qui:n
ojds materiales'. nieblas". o110 pudiendo 'juzgar con los (jos
Con motive de la exhibii6n "Yo he tenido ocasion de po- nmateriales sino con los de es-
regular de esta super produc- de poder apreclar lbs susceti- lirittu, han consideraao durante
cl6n de la Universal "Luz en I bes que son, haspa tanto no ,,esu convalecencia como su mine-
las Tinleblas", desde el pLIxl- rehabiliten, aquellos que so,
mo jueves en el Teatro Central pueden ver li, vidi a traves cie
viaitamos a Ia sefiora de An- los ojos del espiritu"'-
gelini, solicitando de esta que "He colabdrado con laescue- PRO CUR E
mentario que en mais de una o- do a esta en mi auto a quienRsC
casli6n hobia acudido nucna- se les ofree.e las- facilidadet de. Comprar para obtener
mente a nuestra mente disde instrucci6n"r.
que oimOs pronunclarlo. La se- "Quizas a or esto que "Luz de ampioeneficio q
flora de Angelini nos r lblo en l.s Tinieblas, ademi. de pa- les ayndarmo con
gentilmente en su residgr y, recerme una pelicula naravillo- y mrcadris que en
ai hablar de "Luz ennlsatab yieaInyrmereae aria$ que en-
blas' br~llaba, en sus p :osa- Iada, Me pareel6 una: peii.ula
curas la chispa fulguranje de inolvidable, porque ella nos ha-
ia comprensl6in. ce cerrar nuestras paplias, aun-
"El problema de los cleos, que sea per un instante, par S FAVOREI EN
del arduo camino que tienemi es- i contemplaJ los destillos de t SOCIO FAVOREDOEN
tos que emprender para aican- lus interior, muy superior en e-
zar su total rehabillitacl6n, c tA encia a la luz solar, luz que Sr. JUAN PABLO TACK-Cal
cnfocado de una manera suina- sdlo adquiere todo su esplendor 1 coleh6n para cama d
mente humana y emocionantecuando brilla en las tinieblaa". manas.




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jor amigo, que 01 es negro, esce- as peliculas que s6lo put:er
nas como estas, digo, hacen do callflcarse como "peliculagi loi-
Luz en las Tinieblas una de e- vidables".


i ~Euini AWN

estin desempacando

Encaje blanco, paja blanca.
Especial. .. 3.50

Brocadas doradas y plateadas,
negras de crepe.
Especial... 2.95

ZAPATOS a 10.95
Colores blanco con azul
y blanco con brown.
Tac6n alto y cubano.

En plastic, de cordee.
Rojas, negras, brown.

Negro, azul y rayados.
Mangos de lujo.
Especial... 3.95

SHAMPOO a 1.40
para pelo RUBIO y
para pelo NEGRO



mis comodidades no es un gasto, es una inversion
ie supone mayor felicidad para la familiar. Nosotros
nuestro sistema de Club a conseguir muebles
treg' al moment de suscribirse.

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

Entregamos la mercaderia al momesnto de suscriDirse, enviandola a su casa,
OPCION A GANARSE, 1 Juego de RecAm ara o Comedor completes, que obsequia-
mos SEMANALMENTE a nuestros suscriptores.

S .


Muebleria Ferreteria Articulos de Casa
Joyeria y Plateria Objetos para Regalos
(Ave. Central No. 20) pr6ximo a la Loteria (Antigua Ferretoria Duque)

El m6rito do numetro Club reconocido por miles de hogares on tod I Rqepblica.

FILUAL: La Industrial Maderera, S. A..- De psltos de maderas. Fabrica de Muebles_ Flno.
Puertn, Vettanli Marco. y Molduras'para construcciones. Vitraias de mostrador pars
cdpzrdo. S jqcta ealqiMer trabajo dentro del ramo con Ia th niK a de un seamta obre-
rea a 1flqft ma- A&l-itsde 15 aJto doe expe rien.17
. z d 0 N,.bauga Fro=te a! Centro Eaolar Amador Guerrearo .- Tel 2-174.


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AGOSTO 12 DE 1951:

lie 6a., Juan Dias No. 63-
loble-Ganado con $ se-


Nuevamente Is recordamos sobre various
juegos de muebles que diferentes clients gana-
ron con el n6mero regalado por la casa durante
el pasado mes de julio, sin cost alguno-COM-

1 Juego para Rectamra, compuesto de 9 piezas
1 Juego para Comedor, complete
1 Juego para Recamara, compuesto de 9 plezas
1 Juego para Comedor, complete
1 Juego para Rtecimra, eon*pleto


En nuestra filial "La Industrial Maderera, S. A." fa-
bricamos muebles flnos per encargo: para Matrimo-
nies, para Solteros, pera Nifos, y Despachos para

Freuifss nlm--PFaer "51 1.M.
Dtrlbuldores y Central. dft.4o
zdElo fmuasrtcano. Call@ y Av&. e-W e..4. de P.


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1.-Estaca, en Cuba.
4.-Cosa de gran bulto.
9.-Maderas resinosas que sir-
ven para alumbrar.
12.-Organizaci6n de Naciones
13.-Hijo de Adan.
14.-De altura.
15.-Especle de cerdo.
17.-De mi propiedad. Pl.'
19.-Pez europeo.
21.-Que tiene alas.
23.-Que no es el mismo.
24.-Fil6sofo suramericano.
25.-Caballo flaco.
29.-Metal precioso.
30.-Planta de adorno.
31.-Ap6cope de santo.
32.-Del verbo sostener.
35.-Composicion para una so-
la voz.
36.-Madera muy dura.
37.-Patio de casas de campo.
40.-Personaj e biblico.
46.-Pruebo un vino.
47.-Nombre de various gober-
nantes alemanes.
49.-Palo de la baraja espafiola.
-Nombre de muler.
,1.-Personaje biblico, celebre
4 por su paciencia.
'2.-Numbre de mujer.
,3.-Con nubes. Pl.
:4-Alteracion de las aguas del
4 mar.
6.-Pieza de artlleria.
:6.-Caso de pronombre.
,7.---Que tiene elaitioldad.
8.-InStrumento music de
'9-ombre e mujpr.
10:. 'me t uy espeio;
. 0.-Q-ofre, caja grande.
'1.-Circulos o redondeles ri-
o gidos.
22.-Pa gayo.
.-Colega, menos c.
26.-Pez de Cuba, Pl.
76.-Obras hecha de estacas.
27.-Ciudad de Espafia.
2.-Burro, Inv.
.-Medida de superficie, Inv
38.-Huesos del cuerpo huma-


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I Arturo de CARDOVAI
Leticio PALMA

Snas uper-Produccion I
A Orgullo del Cine
en Espaiol.

34.-Piedra muy dura, Inv.
36.-Arbol frutaceo tropical.
37.-Ladr6n, familiarmente.
38.-Nombre de un famoso poe-
ta persa.
39.-Espacio de tiempo.
44.-Tratamiento espafiol.

Piden etcuelas

en Rio de Jesus
RIO DE JESUS, Agosto 13
iCorresponsal) Con el ma-
yor beneplacito hemos visto en
la prensa la declaraclon del se-
for Carlos Ivan Zufniga, Secie-
tario del Ministerlo de Educa-
clon en el sentido de que den-
Lro de poco se haran nuc,os
nombramientos a fin de
nuevas escu.las y que la pro-
vincia de Veraguas serd la inas
Es notorio que tan dinamico
Secretario palpa la necesidad
de levantar el standard educa-
tivo de esta provincia que can-
ta con el mayor porcentaje de
analfabetos; ojald tengan pre-
scnte various caserios de Rio de
Jesus como Los Leones, Los Pa-
iamaes, Maquencal y muchos o-
tros donde hay matricula ,.c-
brante para la apertura de cs-
cuelas y donde los vecinos vie-
non reclamando este derccho
que por ley asiste animados por
el deseo de conseguir para mz's
hijos, siquiera los mas rudlain-
.I4 a. a D &A na 4eollunma a)

Sera honrada la

memorila de don

Rodolfo Chiari

AGUADULCE, Agosto 13 (Co-
rresponsal) Inusitado dina-
mismo estA desplegando el Club
de Leones de Aguadulce para
honrar la memorial del exprotsi-
dente don Rodolfo\Chlari, exi-
mlo var6n, fallecldo el 16 de A-
gosto de 1937. Los Leones Ma-
nuel Adames, GermAn Negul,
Francisco Arafz y Raul Luaces
constituyen el comit6 organi-
zador, cuyo prop6slto conAsbte
en no escatimar esfuerzo algu-
no, para que esta vez el XIV a-
niversarlo de la muerte del
grann caudillo liberal, result de
tan 'nonda trascendencia social
y political como lo fu6 la vida
toda del gran desaparecldo. El
program es el siguiente:
9:00 a.m. Misa con tedeum o-
iiciada por el presbitero Jcs&
~ illar Allende, acompafiado de
otros distlnguidos sacerdoteb.
11:00 a.m. PeregrlnaclOn a lo
largo de la avenida don Rodol-
fo Chiari hasta la estatua del
recordado liberal.
12. m. Colocacl6n de ofrendas
y exposici6n de motivos del hlo-
menaje por los distinguid.os c-
radores encabezando la list el
senior Don Manuel Adames.
Se invita cordlalmente por es-
te medlo a todos los partidcs
politicos y entidades civicas de
!a Repfiblica para que asistan a
tan significativo acontecimien-
to leonistico.

Constituida la

Asocilcion de

Prensa en David
DAVID, agosto 11 (Corres-
ponsaDl-Los periodistas mill-
tantes de esta cludad se reu-
nieron ayer tarde en los salo-
nes de la HOU, la Voz del Ba-
r6, con el fin de constituir la
asoclacl6n de perlodistas de la
Provincia de Chrirlul. Se tra-
ta de lograr orientar las acti-
vidades del periodismo de esta
provincia en forma que las
campafias civicas que se des-
arrollen Ileven la uniformidad
necesaria para lograr exito.
La directive aued6 formada
asi: Presidente. M. de J. Gar-
cia; Vicepresidente. Santiago
Anguizola D.; Tesorero. Luis E.
Alfonso: Fiscal, Gonzalo Sala-
zar, y Secretarlo, Ricardo Nava-
rro J. Se deslgn6 una comi-
si6n para elaborar los estatutos
compuesta por Luls E. Alfonse
y Gonzalo Salazar. ,

DE 5:00 Y 9:00 P. M. EN EL CENTRAL

Maiiana martes en tandas de 5 y 9 p.m., se presentaran los famo-
sos comediantes "Los Kikaros" en el Teatro Central. Un select y
variado repertorio deleitara enormnemente al respectable public
que los llegue a admirar.


Con la esbeltez y ferocidad de
una pantera ella triunfo en un
mundo de hombres!

The story of
do ae good...
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'Ave del PriaM.' *l Gtra Care'
(Technicolor) n (Technicolor)
Louis Jordan 0 Marlo L.ana
PelbrEPagi IAnni Birth
Comda SMenarmlonaI
O- ? Taev lflRfs Tallu

Despliega todas sus energies

comite creado para carretera

q' unirat Las Minas y Los Pozos

Del Ministerlo de Obras Pa-
bHcas, ae ha reclbido un tele-
grama que lleva la firma del
Ingentero Henriquez .de la Sec-
ci6n de' Caminos, dirigido a 1is
miembros del Comit6 Pro Ca-
rretera. Para mayor conoci-
miento del pfblico en general,
lc transcribimoas en este comiu-
nicado. Dicho telegram dice a-
si: -Panama, Julo 26 de 19651
-Ministro de Obra Piblicahm ha
recibido este Despacho, telegra-
ma de Uds., quejondose de no
bhaberle comenzado carratera
Los Pozos-Las Minas. Informa6-
seles que trabajos estAn ya de-
cididos, mediante studios cien-
tificos de 1a regi6n y haremos
cuanto estd nuestro alcance por
terminarla lo mix pronto posl-
ble. -Firmado. -Henriquez.-
Como dijimos antertormeiite,
dicho telegram fud dirigido al
Comit6 Pro Corretera, por lo
que de ahi podra juzgarse que
dicha obra, ademAs del )porte
del Minlsterio de Obras Pbli-

cas, se debe dnica y exclusiva-
mente al esfuerzo tens y decl-
dido de los estudiantee de este
pueblo, que a pesar de las criti-
cam de los enemigos de este Co-
mite, han despertado a la rea-
lidad y desplegado una labor
en bien de su terrufto.
Hoy, en las postimerias dc u-
na victoria Justa, alcanaada por
la acci6n en6rgica de un pueblo
ansloso de superaci6n, podemos
exclamar por todos los Ambitos
del pais, que' nuestra lucha no
ha sido en vano, que unidos he-
mos de ver, cefilda a nuestras
frentes, la corona de laurel,
simbolo de una victoria alcan-
zada por la Unl6n y la Fuerza.
Al terminar este comunicacto,
nos cabe agradecer los elol.lo-
sos concepts emitidos por el
corresponsal de "El Panami A-
n'6rica" en Santiago en dias pa-
sados, y esperamos que elemen-
tos conscientes del pals nos res-
palden en esta ardua pero pa-
trittica labor en que hoy por

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Tiene Mambos, Rumbas ni Boleros...
Se explotan los vicious ni las baja pasiones..
Es hablada en inflls.

Una producci6n para un pfiblico de fina senslbilidad, de
ampllo criteria, de cultural exquisita...
NO asista Ud. sino le gustan las cosas buena porque en
ella, no hay vulgaridad!...



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-Dondo. Davis. Jr.
Secretary de Actas y


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remata. en el .6ptlo con
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F oen TOkio!

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Ella Raines,. en

--Victor Mature Terry
Moore, en
Bette Davis, en

John Garfield, en
Burt Lancaster, en
'_I,^Hale6n y La Fiech".

Arturo de C6rdova, en.
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Loretta 1(oung, enft

Johnny Welmmuller,
Mauren O'Sullivan. en
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Pedro AtmendArls, en
Carlos rellana, en

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Con motivo de su reciente
nombraminto y pr6xima salida
para Managua, Nicaragua, 8. 8.
el imbajador de PanamA en
Nicaragua, senior don Catalinoa
Arroeha Graell y su distingulda
seftora dofla Marcela M. de A-
rronha 'Graei. seran agasjados
mafana Por 8. E. el Embajador
de Nicaragua, senior don Zlov
cbachez y sefiora dofis Maria
de Lourdes de 8~nchez, con una
champafiada que tendri lugar
en la sede de la Embalada a las
0- P 31
S. X. el Embajador de Mexico,
litenlero Eduardo Morillo 8a-
Ia, ofrecerA en la se*4 de la
AZmbaJade el pr6ximo mi6rco-
les 15 de agosto, alas 12 m., una

cops de champafa, en honor
de la Excma. sefora Elida Cam-
podolpco de Crespo, reclente.
mente nombrada per nuestro
Goblerno come Embajadora Ex-
traordinaria y Plenipotenclaria
ante el Gobierno mexicano..
La sefoora Maria Luisa de
Carries ofrecera ests tarde un
ti on su residencia situada en
El Cangrejo, para agasajar a la
seflorita Sixta* Caries, quien
contraera matrimonio a fines
de la present semana eon el
caballero Efrain Mir6 uardia.
A este agasajo aulstair un pe-
quefto grupo de sus amistades.
Paseo Campestre
Para agasajar a un pequefto
grupo de sus amistades, el se-
nor Carlos Guillermo Muller y
seflora Gladys Pedro de Mtller.
ofrecleron ayer un almuerxo en
su residence veraniega en Ce-
rro Azul.
Partiolpasi6n de matrimonio
Circular las participaciones
para el matrimonto de la seflo-
rita Sixta Carloes, hija del so-
flor Ruben D. Carries y seftora
Sixta Orimaldo de Caries, con
el caballero Efrain Mir6 Guar-
dia, hijo del doctor Gregorlo
Mir6 y seftora Esperanza Guar-
dia de Mir6, acto que se verl-
ficara el sibado 18 de agosto, a
las 6 de la tarde, en la Iglesia
de Cristo Rey.
Abandon el Hospital
Completamente restablecida
so encuentra de nuevo en su
residencia la seftora Elena Mar-
garita Carbone de Arosemena.
Nos alegramos.
Pata David
En viaje de negocios siguieron
a David, el .seftor Aristides Ro-
mero y su hijo Mario Luis Ro-
mero. Los despedimos.
Para Centre America
Grato paseo le deseamos a la
sefiora Gladys V. de Martinez,


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En todos los MUEBLES de CAOBA
fabricados por obreros del pais.

v 2-1885

quien slgul6 -por. la via a erea
a Santa Jo"a, Costa Rica, en
donde pasara una corta tempo-
rada visitando a sus familia-
Para BSa Am6rica
RegrWe6 a continuar sus estul-
dios on BogotA, Coiombia, la so-
florita Ella Isabel Chiari. La
despedimos cordialmente y le
deseamos muchos 6xitos.
De los Estades Unides
Presentamos un cordial saludo
de blenvenida al doctor J. J.
Vallarino, quien regres6 de su
vlaje por los Estados Unidos.
De Saur Am6rca
Despuds de hlber pasado una
corta temporada en Lima, Pe-
rd, esta nuevamente en la capi-
tal, la aflorita Ana Teresa
Rios. La saludamos.
Del Interior
Saludamos al senior Rogello
Diaz y sefiora- Carmen F. do
Diaz y al sefior Enrique Anto-
nio Jim6nez y sefiora Matilde B.
de Jnm6nez, quienes regresaron
de "Chumico Redondo", en don-
de pasaron various dias de des-
Acompafiados de sus; nifuos,
han regresado de su fin de se-
mana en la Playa Coronado, el
seflor Jorge M. Arias y sefiora
Margaret de Arias y el seftor
Charles F. Kline y seflora Au-
drey Elsenmann de Kline.
De Colombia
Le datnos la bienvenida al
doctor' Ruben Puerta Salazar,
Midico Cirujano del Hospital
Santo Tomas, quien se encuen-
tra en PanamA, procedente de
Medellin, Colombia.
Tambldn de Medellin. se 6n-
cuentra de nuevo en PanamA.
el senior Charles MacMurray, a
quien saludamos.
Aniversarlo de matrimonio -
Celebran en esta fecha 6l pri-
mer aniversarlo de su matrimo-
nio el sefior Alejandro A. Du-
que Jr. y sefiora Maria Ferrel-
ro de Duque. Los felicitamos.
Del Club Miurap
El .Club Miuras extiende una
cordial invitaci6n al pdblico en
general para que asistan al fes-
tival del pr6ximo jueves 16. del
present mes, que se "erificara
en el Club Uni6n, con el fin de
recover fondos para ayudar a
los nifies del Orfelinato de Ma-
lambo. Los boletos de entrada
s6lo cuestan B.1.00 y ya estan a
ls venta. Como premio de entra-



Wcteora hoy el mejor de bus
dias el nflo Alejandro Antonio
Sosa, hijo de Julio Ernesto bosa
y Lille de Boutaud de Bosa. El
nifio Alex como carlftosdmente
lo Haman es un deatacado a-
lumno del Colegio Javier.- Le de-
seatnos un c6mulo doe eiclia-
des en este dia, y que siat cam-
pliendo muchos aftos mis de dti-
cha rodeado del carflo de nus

da 1I Comisl6n de Turismo ob-
sequiara con "una semana de
vacaciones para dos" en el Pa-
raiso La Restinga en Taboga.
Ademrs, con este boleto so po-
dra alegir a la Reina de las Ca-
adas. Dos famosas orquestas
amenizaran este grandioso fes-
tival: la de Angelo Jaspel y la
do Ulloa.

Del C. I. M.
El Comite de Educaci6n del
Club Interamericano deo uje-
res, recuerda a sus socias que
maflana martes, de 9 a 10 a. m.,
se daran classes de castellano.
Estas classes estAn a cargo de la
sefiora Yolanda Camareno de
Sucre. Para mayor informacl6n
se puede Ilamar a los t6el6onos
del Club, Panama: 2-0518 Bal.
boa: 4365, o a la Presidenta del
Comit6 de Educaci6n, sefiora
Abbie de Linares, al tel6fond:
Del Comite Pro-Retiro
de Matias Hernandex
Las damas que forman part
del Comit6 Pro-Retiro de Matias
Hernandez del Club Interame-
ricano de Mujeres, se reunteron
esta mafiana en la residencia
de la sefiora Luz Guardia de
Mendez Pereira, para terMlnar
los preparativos para la Gran
Velada que tendra lugar en el
Teatro Bella Vista mafiana mar-
tes 14 de agosto, a las 8 p. m.
No deje de asistir, que, adeiorA
del variado y escogido program
se vresentar ila pelicula "Tra-
vesuras de Una Bella", con Wal-
ter Pidgeon, Greer Garson y E-1
lizabeth Taylor. Y usted, que-1
rido lector, con su presencia,
contribuira a una otra humani-
Cumpleafies de hey:
Sefora Maria Ester Pacheco
de Fitzpatrick "
Sefiora Julita Berma eA.le
Sefipra Delia de Conie
Seftra Emilia Arosem a ei
Sefiorlta Irene Niavrro DiezI



I.____________________________________________________________ p'ui I

Inienieto JosI R. Ouizado
SeAor. Alfredo Icaza
Niflo Antonio Zubleta Paredes
Nifio Octavio Yoaza Vallarino
Nifa Yadlra R. Tapia
Nifio Juan Jos6 Cevallos.
Cumplauios 4e maAana:
Sellora Cefilia de la 0. de
Sefora Constancia Miller de
" Se ora Vilms Eskildsen de
Seferita Rita Preciado
Seftor Euseblo A. Oonzalez.
La festilvded de la Asuncl6n,
15 de asgoto, "Rl Jia de la
Juventud Cat6iea Femenina
de PanamnA
Con motivo' do eelebrarse en
la fecha glorlosa d? la Asun-
ci6n de la antldmnia Virgen a


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A LAS5;00 Y 9:00 P. M.
I II Now

Todos! Todos los Panamefios
a bailar el jueves en el Club
Union. Dos Orquest4s: Angelo
Jaspe y Ulloa. Magnificos Pre-
mios: "Una semana de vaca-
los cielos, "El Dia de la Juven-
tud Catolica Femenina de Pa-
nami". se tendra en la Iglesia
de las Hermanas Catequistas, a
las 5 p. m.. una solemne Hora
Santa. en a que se har ,la
Consagracl6n de la Juventud
Catolica Femenina a la Santi-
sima Virgen.
La Junta Directiva de la J.
C. F. P., invita cordialmente a
todas las soclas v particular-
mente a la Juventud Femenina
estudiantil a este solemne y de-
voto homenaje que se tribute a
la Reina de los Clelos en su
magna solemnidad.
Con motivo de su cumpleafs's,
el sAbado en la nozbe Nfu6 "-a-
sajada la sefora Dofia ClI.ra
de Gonzalez con una eiesta ce-
lebrada en su residencia en Pai-
tills. Un gran numero de fami.-
Hlares y amigos se dieron c'ta,
(Pass a Ia PAit"l- 6. Column 6)



Anthony QUINN
Accidn Inolvidable!!!

Defense propia o
sabI la...
DAVID E ROSEpresents

stirri ng



Sra.. Ana L. Arias de Andreve
Candidate de los Rotarios al
Relnado de las Casadas.
de Turismo.
Regalos para la que sea esco-
gida como "Reina de las Ca-
sadas". Cada boleto de entrada
vale por 100 votos.
Regalo: Una gaja de whiskey
para el Principe Consorte.
Y todas estas maravillas con
el fin de ayudar al Orfelinato
de Malambo!
AYAYAYAY: Ahora si que re


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... un conflict sentimental, Ileno de matices

de la vida real; que conmueve las fibras

mns intimas del coraz6n...


LA NOVELA MATINAL, de lunes a viernes

a las 11:15 de la mariana

por la







form la fiesta: 'Ahora l, por-
que hay ademis una niava
candidate. por quien et DiabUl-
to Tun Tun sabe, lucharan mut,
chose, pero mtuchistimos pa4r
que sea declarada Reina de lI*
Casadas, el jueves en el Club
AYA'AYAY! y esta candida.,
ta Ileva nombra de reinas per-
que varlas han' sido las M *r
celas que han lucido sobre
scenes la corona real.. .Ayady
el diablito 'run Tun lo dice-qf
Marcela Diaz de Vallarino, es
entire las candidates una quO
tiene las mayors probabilida*
des de recibir todos los magni-
ficos regalos que' nuestros prizo
cipales almacenes ofreceran -a
la Reina de la Casadas el pr6.
ximo Jueves. el Principe Con-
sorte "Dr. Luis Vallarino, U.
muy probable que sea quien
festeje al diablitto "Tun 'runt
con la caja de whiskey tque s
le dara para la celebracii. :
AYAYAYAY! Pero no se 6ol
viden seflores, no se olviden quo
la Gallada tiene a ...? ??'i..,
ya adivinaron? como candidate
para reina AYAYAY! Pero no
se olviden Sefiores, no se olvi.,
den que los Rotarios tienen a
Ana Lucrecia Arias de Andrevr
como su candidate y que et
diablito Tun Tun, la admir5
tamblin tanto por su belleza .
elegancia quo hoy public en
su column la fotografia que
slempre Ileva junto a su cora-
AYAYAY! Recuerden. que el
Tiquete solo cuesta un Balboa
y. que el Grandioso. Formidable,
Estupendo, :spectacular, pre-
mio de entrada sera una sema-
na de vacaciones para dos
ty el diablito Tun Tun) en
el Paraiso 1. Restinga en Taw
boga, como regalo de la Comi-
slon de Turismo.
Todos: Todos los Panamefios
el Jueves al Club Union.

7 17"y' '," -'% -"'



Que La Ruta Al Departamento De Los CLASIFICADOS DEL P. A.

Nuestros Agentes o Nuestras Oficinas lo atender6n:

Simo pot
12 palabras.
3e par coda
palabra adicional.

Ave. Tivoli No. 4
Tel. 2-2291

Parque de Leasepe

Ave. 4 de Julio
Tel 2-9441

Ave tMehludez 10.059
Tel. 255-Col6n.

Apartainentos Miscelineas Bieies Raices
SE ALQUILA:-2 aportcmentos in- SE VENDEN:-Clavoe, tuberio negra, CIA. DE LEFEVRE Tel. 2-3332
dependientes en porte centrica. 0- acereo cenalado, Fix-Tex cartonn VENDE LOTES
curra Libreria Preciodc. eialedor pan cities raises) made- Pago inicial minima B.100.00
.....---_41- lovamanos, excusados, etc. Mensual 3.15.00
SE ALQUILA:-Apariamentos c6rr-I oa, preciaI mis blojsa n plaza. Lotes con Calles y Acueductos de
dos y borolos. Calle 70a. No. 15, AGENCIAS GLOBALES. Via Espa- la Ciudad desde B.I.00 el metro.
F Porque Lefevre. Informac.6n opoa- ,no Ilegando a Juan France. Tel. Alquilamos equipo pesado paro
tamento 7 3-1503. i mcvimiento de tierra.
S------------- Alqularno lotes a largos plazos.
SE ALQUILA:--Apartcmento de dos SE VENDE:-Llantas usadas poro ca- Club de lotes. B.3.00 y B.4.00
rcciimara!. Salo-ccmedor, cocina, mrcnes, autom6viles, "todos tami- semanales.
etc.. balc6n indspendiente. 10, CO- .:cs." INTRA, Ger6nirro de I -
e 25 Erte. Ocurra C. Doia, mi;- Ora. SE VENDE:-Caso en Villa Lobos,
r-o eci 'ico. Aplo. 13.* Pedregalito, Juan Diaz. Mctvo doa
..... ---- BAL!NERAS:-En tamanos variados vioje. Informes senior Guillerrv
SE ALOUILA:--Apartomento mcoder- pora sotbsfacer cualquiera necesi- Turner.
no amuieblado, de sola-cornsdor, dcd. F. Icoza y Compania, Aveni-
re:-mara. refrigercdoro., talefcno. i d B 79. SE VENDE:--Un chalet borato en
Edc.i:;o "Nuevo Tivoi." cale R- -- ---- ------ El Voile de Anl6n. Informes 3-,
cthe 14, Apto. 3-B esquina o 1449.
Avan:da Tivol,. Precio B.85.00. SE VENDF:-4 vidrieros nuevos de
Ve'ro re 2 a 6. Tc'fcn!o 2-2605. cccba Acuda Bazar PonamA 1041 SE VENDE:--En la Avenida Certral
Ce -- ntrl u oficinu Agenci Michel No. 275, obarroteria y restournhte.
I Simhon. Averida "A" y calle 7o Motive de vioje, informaci6n alli
SE ALQUILA: Aoitqrnmen:o m- rr.- Parnmi. Col6n. Tel. 1386. mismo
c'erno, de una recmoara. Garage ------------.
Via Belisoaro Porras C163 EE VENDE MUY BARATO: M,- SE VENCE:--Gron oportunidad, late
qu-na Registradora "Notional", un de oproximn.damente 700 pores de
SE ALQUILA: -AiSrtarr-nto de d.s rrnolino pora moler come "Sonitary" zapotos de muier par B.300.00,,
recamoros en el edifico Ca-t,lio i can copocidad par 600 lbs. por al primer poster. Bazar America-,
cil Oro. frert rl Hotel El Panoa, hera 1 Congelodor propio para i no, Central 2..
P. SO.00. rP.OSRTO MIRO 2- restaurant "Freezer". cortadora F reco, c6modo y ccn distinguido ve-
,21. -- 2-3231. de jam6n, estufa de gas 4 fcgo- cindcd, es el chalet de 3 recama-
nes y plancha 4 lamparas "Ne6n" ras. 2 bafis. agua caliente. etc..
'SE ALQUILA -En "El Cangrejc" 48" y 3 tubos. Para informes: co- suo scbre late de 800 M2 en
cetras del ant:guo C e lb Carre-jI lie Ia. Vita Hermosa No. 7. Te- Bella Vista, Colle 47, No. 19. Su
roas de Peros. aportomento solo, lefor': 3-1468. precto es realmente halogodor. Pa-
corredor, 2 recamoros V gorcge. ra cito de inspecci6n llame al 2-
Inf6rmese apartamento # 3 0 en SE AL^ A 2388 Wolff y Cia. Colle 5a.,
Scale del Estudiante # 124 fa-, A L U I No. 22.
Russo Locales_ SE NECESITA
LSE ALQU A SE ALQUILA:-Local paro oficino
SE ALQUArriba del Teatro Central. General
CaSS 'CLINICA, equipodo, aetos Formacia SE NECESITA:-Una muchacha con
.E ALQULA: .Chaet .n Solazr. cole 16 Oeste No. 28 exper.encia pora lo Refresquerio
SE ALQUILA:-Chaoet grande itres Panama. "LA CORONA" Vio Espo a 45.
recimaros, porch, cociha. Paitry _____.. ..... .
solo comedor, cyarto y servicio SE ALQUILAN:-Dos locales propios Tenedor de Libros con experience
para empleadao, jrdin grande. Ca- paro oficinas, cerco de aduana en Controles Cordex. etc. desea
le 9o. Paitilla. Novedades Harori. national. Avenida B, No. 85, altos. trabojar. Tel. 3197, C'ayton.
Central 72. Precios moderodos,. .. -
nt Precious moderodo. SE NECESITA:-Muchacho para lim-
I SE ALQUILA: Locaies comercioles piezo y hacer mondodos en un
de diferentes tmofios, lugar co- almacen. Caso Fenix, Ave. Centro('
rA VISO Judicial nercial. Calle 26 Este y Avenido 155.
Cuba. Ocurro C. Dioz mismo edi-
AVISO DE REMATI fici6, Apto. 1- 3. CO can experience para trabajor
*l n ua'-ritu ecretario del Jairiadfo
I ,reero del (ircuito de na n en i. n- laboratorio extronjero. establecido
-ones do Alguacil Ejecutor, par medict p'r OM PRA por muchos afoas en Panomi. Buen
del preolnt, al pi Sli AenS I sueldo. Favor dirigirse at oportodo
HACE SABER: --3260. Panamai.
Quo por resolucLln d treinta y unt $SE COMPRA:-Ua cami6n de eatoa .. __________
dci ejecutivol prop t ito I471d d rdida des to lo es del nes 1946 SE NECESITA:-Vendedor con expe-
.' Cia., i. A. contra Eduardo Sarmiento 1947 quoe est en buones condi- rienc;a. In6til presentarse sin re-
ae ha fijado el din veintitres dte goat clones, Rreferible marca Ford. ferencias. Fabrica Nocional de
"venidero, par quiie entire las horas lega- Liame al telifono 2-2040 do 8 Salchichas.
leo. tenwa lugar el segunido remote d( _.
lo ixientes bienes, propiedad del de- --- Persona serial, ex-administrador pion-
mrUn carreo aum6vil marc COMPRO Roicilla. loche do nispero taciones United Fruit Co., ex-Ge-
"I'rntine", model 1939, con kbalete. Pgoe loe mejores pracioe rente proyectos Instituto de Asun-
Spilaca -snL. con motor e*-5~.- de plaza. Osmond L. Meduro, Ce- tos Interamericanos, desea tabajar.
a.vluado por los periti en.00.00 l No. 11 Aportedo 77. Pa- magnificas referencios. Telefono
Un. (1)plants electrica,... maar. 3 __97, Clayton._.. ..
White "o fin e work'L. rle- SE NECESITA:-Cuotro jovenes de
KVA di s Kilowats. de m- S VENDE ombos sexos con experiencia en
perio 2'. .l,-6o ri:o, de IIN a propaganda American Protection,
.: ,,.i... ti. ,:o -b3 .eAultom6vile, Ave. Central 47 No. 23 en Pana-
HP p. con denn e alimn- :- ma, cajle 6a. y Ave. Balboa, Are-
,.ein ,* ,omntihiiii. .o-n io ISE VENDE:-Carro Buick- sedan. 4 no de Col6n.
blero elictrico y pole tpeo B. puertas mode!o 1947, color negrc -- .
en .a sumav r luo int ha' Ilantos nuevas. costado blanco, co- SE Al ILAI
boa ...u d......... .t00. ro nuevo. radio, cubre osientcs.
'o. .B Llame telefonos 3-3338 2- Cuartos
Totl.. ....B.00.00 3102 y 3-1310. Sr. Boyd. ______--_____________
Serviri de b..e pai el i'remte die -- -- -- SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto hombre sola-
lbines citido"* el valor aignado por SE VENDE:-Sedon de 4 puprtos, A Unt. 12 Oeste 43 altos. a
Pe.rito. y a.ea oferta admiible le Q puee a(ptarst to.n paro 1243altos.
tebr* Ia amitad del evallo 'de Ios bienes puede adartorsi tomb:n paro
advirtiidilose e Ai no Ae presentarer taxi B.325.00 con, facilidodes de, SE ALQUILA:---Cuorto para hombre1
poteor On *8 fee.osa, ,, hera ei rernate pago. Verlo en Avenida Central solo. Tel. 2-2376. Colle 5o. # 30N
*t di siguiente y se admitir ceuaelquiei 1, en las tardes de 2:30 a 5 ultimo piso. Precio B.12.50.
Se admiten ofIroa, hatta lA -itr r_ RiaN
S"o dmiten ofr a ho t en ad_-- SE ALQUILAN:-Cuortos en Rio A-
S. .aitrS'," y a re oiu ~,e .. hi. SE VENDEN CAMIONES: 1 GMC bajo. colle 80. I 2817. Informes
cieren bha.ts nIe i ear-A.i. la 5 torielados, mod-eo 1947. exce-j calle B 24. primer alto. Eu-
con-la adjudicaci6n provisional al me- lentes condiciones; 1 GMC 2 1-2 logio Velo, 2 a 7 p. m.
jor poStor. toneladas. tipo armada. 10 rue- ------
Pa haiiait'oiSV e ,,p ,n pnst r, C rI-
uiere honilinat cpreviame nteen el Tri- dos. models 1942; Internocic- SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblodo
builr, coni r previarmornt ls eritoo nal. 2 1-2 toneladas model 1947 para hombre, B.6.00 par semana,
Iop baenel en remateo chassis largo; 1 Internacional 2 Avenida Porque Lefeve, Ernesto
Paname.i@,a "t. dos de milu ov'cien- 1-2 tonelodas, model 1947 chas- Lefevre, casa # 32.
to eincuenta Y. .... sis ccrto 1 Mack, 5 tonelodas, c --.-
(Fe Secretelri model 1947, excelentes condicin- SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amueblodo
S ieelcreter.nes. Solicitor informed Ilamando con cocina y comodidades, com-
Sfl cp. ..r. n2~ i pletamente independiente. Colle

No se preocupe

por sus

Nosotros le ofrecemos
toda clause de materials
de construcci6n de la
mis alta calidad y las
famosas pinturas

Iss mejores del munde.
Visi$*nos y d6jenos mos-
trari el surtido extenso

quo tenemos.

A 4

f Ilet T O Z-Ut IU .- o
4 5 No. 19.

El mas econoinco,
fuerte y practice

para cualquier negocio.

Su cost

y mantenimiento
Ps inigualable.



Paries y Accesorios

Articulos de Casa
SE VENDE: Por motive de viaje,
juego de recimoro, en excelentes
condiciones $200.00; estante po-
ra libros $40.00; escritorio chi-
no SI00.00. Llome telefono 3-
1975 de 9 a. m. a 5 p. m.
SE VENDE:-Juego de mimbre blon-
co. sofa coma, sofi damasco, re-
frigeradoro General Electric, me-
sas, limporos. today barato y bueno.
Colle 45 # 1V9.


"Simpson Board"

4 8' B/'. 1.92 hoja




Call. "M' Final
Tel. 2-2121

Calle 12 Oate No. 55.

Calle tH" No. 57, Fsnami
Ave. Central 12-170-Co!6.

SE NECESITA:-Buena cocinera que
duermo en el trabajo y empleado
pora servicios, buenos sueldos.
Justo Arosemena -t 120.
SE NECESITA:.--Empleado para Io-
vor y planchar diario. Calle 1, #,
SE NECESITA:-Empleado poro que-
hoceres de cosa y una para cuidar
rniF Ophen dormir en el emp!mp
tener experiencia y buena presen-
cia. C9ll. 52 cosa 8. Apt. 4.
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera competen-
te y corguera, buen sueldo. pora
dormir en coso. Avenida Mexico
No. 1.
SE NECESITA:---Emp!eoda para ofi-
cios domn't.cos con buenos refe-
rencias y de buena presencia. 0-
curra Calle Estudiante # 1 40
(Optica Fabrego) de 12.30 a 2.00
p. m. o de 4.00 a 5.00 p. m.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada que duer-
ma en el empleo. Buen sueldo. Ca-
lile 25 Este No. 7. (Cosa Nuevo).
SE NECESITA:-Empleada para ofi-
cios domestics, debe dorm'r en
el emp'eo. Colle Estudionte # 75
Apto. 5.
SE NECESITA:-Empleoda para ofi-
cios dom6sticos, duerma en el
empleo. Ave. Cuba No. 58, Apto.
No.' 10.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada poro cui-
dor uno nirha. Debe dorvnir en el
trabajo. Cafle 46 Este, casa 45.
SE NECESITA :-Planchodora. Colle
1 0. Son Francisco. Entrodo Via
Porros. Chalet Nc. 14.
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera con reco-
rnendocion, pcra dormir empleo.
Nicanor Obcrrio # 3, altos, con-
tiguo ol Boturro.
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera, excelente
con referencia de una fomilio po-
namePio. Presintese Carr Street
Apto. B, # 1423, Balboa.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada pora que-
haceres de coso, lavor con maqui-
no, planchar. Buwrn sueldo, buen
trato. Fabrica colchones "El Angel"
colle 14 Este # 3, de 3 a 4 p. m.
Tel. 2-3178.

SE NECESITA:-Cocinera con expe-
rnencia, pore familiar omericono.
Calle Ricardo Arios 77, Bus
Verde. Ruto 2. .

SE NECESITA:-Cocinera. Una per-
srna limpia y serio. Debe dormir
en el empleo, hacer lo que haya
que hocerse en Ia coso y dor re-
ferencios de su empleo anterior.
Edificio Riviera. Apto. 1, cole* 46,
v Avenida Justo Arosemena, Bello

BERNARDO, Sol6n de Bellezo. edi-
ficio Costilla del Oro, ol lodo Ho-
tel El Panama. Telifono 3-4740.

tarios conocimientos que lIs3
proporclonen mejores medios ide
vida. Esperamos que dicha fic-
claraci6n surta los efectos jue
Se inerecen.

Vecinos del barrio
responsabilidad, idoneidad y
competencia la guian hacia ho-
rizontes mas pr6speros.
La modificaci6n que eleva a
treinta Balboas (Bs. 30 00) cc-
mo minimo de pensi6n para los
I)ensionados por invalldez y ve-
jcz; la media que hara pocibl"
que la Caja haga prestan.os
personales con garantia de i js
pcnsiones ya constituidas. so'n1
reformas que darman al
nado positives beneficlos, ent-re
otros el de evitar que pued:in
caer. como a'nora, en garras cd
ios agiotistas para salir de ss
apuros econoirlcos.

Por las razones expuestas. es-
timamos que por tratarse de unI
problem de caricter social, en
el cual estampsn vivmente in-
teresados. vastos sectors de la
ciudadania, pedlmos con el ma-
yor respeto que la Comlsi6n dd
su debida cQnslderaci6n al men-
cionado Decreto, a fin de que
a la mayor brevedad possible sea
Ley de la Reptfblfa.
De usted y de los demas
miembros de la Comtsl6n Legis-
lativa Perma.ente. encarecemos
Impartals vuestra asrobac'on al
Decreto citado, porque ello ha
de constituli medlda salvadorn
y et, la conflanza de que vues-
tro trabajo tesonero harels Pa,
tria Grande a favor de un gran
sector de Ia opinion pfiblica,i
nos suscribimos atentamente.
Julio Moreno R.. Esteban Avi-
la, Manuel Quintero, Eitebin
Avila, Filix Amado, Saturni-
no Becerro, Gilberto Qnezada.
Felix OI'vrre. Manuel E. Fer-
nindea, Victor Rrivem. Juan
lee. EpIfanle Lars. Pabio Ce-
defio, JuNeo erfets Catalino
Geniles, Lis A. D*-tade
Lois Ayala y slime ms fams.


Mantenemos una venta de
ganga de articulos sobre exis-
tencia donde las MEJOJ~ES
PINTURA8 se venden a los
mis baJos Dreclos.

Por que no aborrar dinero
comprando lo mejor?

Ave. Central 279.
Tel. 3-0140.



I i Calle 16 Este No. 4
Tels. 2-3335 y 2-2988
"Vendemos barato
para vender mis"

Nuestros ESPEJOS embe-
Ilecen el hotel El Panama.
Fabrica de Espejos.

Calle 16 Etae No. 4 Tel. 2W

Fela Mineralizada
Roja y Verde

Felpa Negra
de 15 y 30 Ibs

Clavos de Zinc

Balanzas 'Detecto'

Almacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48 .8

Persianas Venecianas LUX
a B/. 9.50

de MIAMI en vidrio,
madera o aluminio.
Rieles .de abrir
y cerrar para'
para vitrinas.
La nueva
*a precious
biep bajos.

R. A. COWES y Cia.
Tel. 2-0756 Ave. Cuba No. 671

Enorme cosecha
do algodon en

EL. UU.este ano
WASHINGTON, agosto 13.-,
(USIS)-Los algodoneros de los
Estados Unidos produciran es-
te aflo una cosecha que se ca-
taloga en tercer lugar en Ip
historic, segun el pron6stico del
Departamento de Agricultura.
1l Departamento calcula que
se cosecharan 17.266,000 pacas
de algod6n, 0 sea 7.003,000 mai
que el ano pasado, y 5.236,000
sobre el promedio de los aitl-
mos dlez asos.
La cosecha mis grande que
ha tenldo este pals alcanz6 a
18,.94000 pacsI an el afo de

quedando la' fiesta muy anhna-
da y siendo Dofia Clara inuy
felicitada. Le deseamos muchas
fclicidades. ,
Juego de Cqatsm
El Club "WIzo"' tendri tn
juego de cartas er el Hotel "El
Panama" el mircoles 15 de A-
gosto. Las reeitvaidones para
las miembros y stus amistades'
1,ueden hacerse lLamando a a'
seflora, Raya ignlitzer, Teldfano

Silver Dollar Shower
En h6nor de la sefhorita Sixta
Carries quien- contraer6 matri-
monio pr6ximamente con el ca-
ballero Efrain MIr6 Guardia la
sefiora Dofft. Maria Lulsa de
Caries ofrecerA hoy en su reol-
dencia en El Cangrejo un Silver
Dollar Shower. Asistirfn un nu-
meroso grupo de sus amistades.

Iglesia de San Francisco
Solemn Novena al Coraz6n de
Esta noche a las 7:30 comit.n-
a la Solemne Novena al Cora-
;6n de Maria. Todas las noches
sc rezari el rosario, se harAn
as prices de la Novena y se
lart la Bendici6n con el 3ar-
Quedan Invitados todos los
fleles a esta novena.
Compromise Matrimonial
Celebrarpn su compromise
niatrimonlal.,en esta cludad el
sibado 11 del present en forn a
Irivada, la spiritual sefionita
Corian Lescure y el culto -c-
balleroIJosd Ibsa Borrero. Al a-
notar este hec'io social fornu-
lamos vbtos pot su felicidad.

Novena al Inmaculado Coraz6n
de Maria
Esta tarde a las 7:45 se
dara comlenzo a la solemnisima
Novena en honra del Inmacula-
T lII i



"Solarpruf" para vitrinas
Telf. 2-3097 Panami

Tuberia j|

Precios de Competencia
con el product importado.
Tubos 4" Senbillos ... 4.00
Tubes 4'" Dobles...... 4.40
Tubas 2" Sencillos.... 2.60
Tubos 2" Dobles......2.M0
Tees- 4 x 4 ......... 2.60
Yees 2x2..........1.00
Codos x 2....... .75
etc., etc.
Tel. 3-1300 Apartado 2029
Ionzalqz y Linares Ltda.
La Loceria Pasadena

Rifles do Balin

Marco "Daisy"

desde 2.95

Tenemos en existencia:




de toda clase



2' x 6v 2' x 8'
Calibre 26

Visa Ep t No. 11
TOL 3.1513


...6w -AGOCO 1, 151

Diputado Anense putualiza

al PrsIde necesidades de

todos bs publos del costa

Se trai- do Cdointao I. Durin, quien realize
So ii jir* p -r el literal atlntico

.pn0U*taavo It. Dur p A.,
1putd an laAsamblea Nacio-
r, rer u te or sla
Arslclde ol n, ha remitido
al Bse or Presidente de la Re-
pdblica, don Alcibiades Arose-
mena, una extensa carts donde
le puntualiza las necesidades
de los pueblos e. iAs costa de
esa Provinc a.
SDel momorindum envlado
por el Dlputadg Dur"n al Pre-
sidente de la Republica, extrac-
tamos los puntos mis 'impor-
lo.) Conseguir que la Pana-
mA Railroad Companv .le can-
cele el derecho de usar un es-
pacto en uno de' sus muelles
para traer guineos, a la Com-
paffia Frutera ecuatoriana, y
se le transfer a la Standard
Fruit Co.. la que compra gui-
nea national.
2o.) tUnidad Sanitaria con
aslento en Miramar, ouebloi
c6ntrico, de donde Ls daria ser-
vicio hacia arriba -hasta Santa
Isabel y ara abajo hasta
Noinbre de Dios.Nota: en a1pu-
no% pueblos hace mAs de ocho
aflos que no va un Insneo+pr
de Sanidad: en otros hace tres
afios que-nr6 lo yen. Nunce ha
existtdo este service v de ins-
talarlo seria la salvacldn de es-
ta regl6n.
So.) Servielo de telecomuni-
cacl6n de Nombre 0 Dios a
Santa Isabel. Nota: Hace 14 a-
ftos qae estos tpeblos no cuen-
tfi con este servirn. Se nuede
utIllzar para octeRq los rieles,de
uin tren de prooledad de. la N.a-
clo.1 o'ue conrienza en Nombre
de Dios.
4o.) liscuela de Santa. Isa-
bel. Nota: En cierta ocasi6n sr
bet6 una partida de B.10.000,00
Dara esto. 'y nunca-se construyd
lJ escuela.
5".) Planta Elictrica oue
da"ia ervlfo a Santa Isabel y.
bQ.) Acupducto en Santa Isa-
bq L

7o.) Puente sobre el Rio
Santa Ipabel. Nota: Este puen-
te mediria aproximadamente 12
metros de ancho.
8o.) Eseuela -v otro maestro
para Culebra. Nota: Hay mu-
hos nifnoa que por falta de o-
tro maestro dejan de reclblr
o0.) Planta letrica en Pli-
ya Chtoulta.
10) Conseguir una Cuchilla
v TeCnico para hacer un cami-
no carretero de 3/4 do milla a-
proximadamente alrededor de
un carro que esti junto al mar
el que dafi6 la carretera do
concrete de Cuango a Mirawnr,
hecha por sus moradores. No-:
ta: Cuange granero por expe.*
lena es cael inico pueblo que no
tieine p"erto.
11) Combustible. operator -f
1.000 nles de alanrbr -1 r'-'%
-'Intita nue compraron los mo-
rardnres de Cuafo.
12)- Penorar el muelo ev. MW-
ramar. Note: Fue conatruido
nor la socledad Agricola del lu-
13) Un uvunte sobre el io
de 'Trfao F''condido (Mira-
"-ar). kTW- '"ene como 9 me-
tros de ancho.
1^0 A 1ieojto en Palenoue.
15) Tractor para acondicio-
nar el .aeferuerto en constri-e-
"e6n bor los moradores de Pa-
16) Acveducto, Escueln v
PlntlS .El6ctrica para Viento
Frio. "
17) Iniclar conversaciones
rnn el Goblermn derlos Estorlns
Unidos, a fin de caear o ahon-
dar el cpnal ,fte divide ap "ns
la noblact6n de Nombre de Dios.
Nota: Este canal fue hecho por
ls.-norteamerlcpnos para sacar
tierr, pVra el Canal de Pana-
mA. En fl verano las aguas des.
olden malos olores infectardo
las poblacifn. Antes los barcos
lleqaban al noblado. Phora co-
ro se ha secado, fondean mar

do Oorazdn de Maria cbn el sl-'
0,1tente programa:
Todoos dios- alas 4.30 m. MUND DEPORTIVO
Ml a y comuni6n. M
1 ias 7.45 se dark co- Por Beto TEJADA
mlerpo t Ia Noybtna con 'l re-
mn del Santo ,Rosato. 'Novena
Dialogada par todo el piblico
alstente, plitica por el Padre Una ardua area tiene po?
Canmelo. Capellah del -Gleio delantia el Comit6 Nacional
nuevo de LI Salle, Berdicl6n Oltmpleo para los VII Juegos
con el Santiatlma y canto del Centroamericanos y del Caribe.
himno oficlal del Cora76n de que deberin celebrarse en esta
Maria. Todos los dias ae dis- ciudad en el aoia de 1954, como
tribuirin recorditorlo.s de la No- tambidn en el envip de un gru-
vena. Be ruega a todos los fie- po de atletas a comoetir a les
les tomen rorte activa e~ el Juegos Bolivarianos. que se es-
canto y en el rezo para solem- cenificarin en Caracas. Vene-
rizar mAs riuestra tradiciotial zuela. en el mes de Diciembre
1Novena. del afio en curso.
La Novena sevi fraismitida per
TA Emisora de Tia Lieha lle- La Confederaci6n Brasilera
vara la Novena a todos los ho- de B9aketball env16 cafta a la
aw .. Encirecemos a de Panama. en la cjal sE
aa rtdos raefios. Encrecemos -sollcfta mantener las rejacdo-
ra decade laa 7A45. p.m. hasta el nes por darta. nara astl oder
fi de la Novena. eomunlcar detalles concernier.
Intenciones eseritas tes al Camneonsto re Esket-
A todas las personas aque lo. ball MundiaL en e) eral ilo
deseen como en afioS anterlo- Brssaileros auWeren aue Panam%
res les rogamos aue nos man- se hag re nree- ar, ya aue
den durante el dia sus inten- celebrara en el Prasi1-No hrr
clones escritas nara rogar por ldude, que wor h CP cplded do
laos misrna p'blcarmente n nrestro ba ketbvl 0ebia Pani-
Peto de ]a Novena ocultando mr hcer m efuer o y envia
los nomrres, propan. Tos obres 0 a nue ftrog uc1,u hnq a esR s
los.4 reclbiremos en la Oficina co'emntencia ra omtn Ins bar-
del Santuar'o Nacional. ketboleros Win' probado quo
Stienen fibra pz.ra competir con
lo' e!for" Hel mindo. nrush.
laepst fa *1sHAgy) IA de e)lo fu6 su lucid actuaci6n
S ^fll enailos .Tuegos Ppn-
frmerfranos celebrados en Bpe-
S las 2 o j at nos Aires, Areentina.
*. ian me.os le 30 r is IS
rR el Cemnrionrto certroame-
beiboh do Santa Rita rat,
ricano de Basketball, del cna
PanpmiA es el actual Camueont
Cinco atractivos partldos del Defenderemos nuestro titulo?
circuit mayor y tres del circui-
to menor tiene arreglado paro
esta semana el baseball .de la Me decia un colega, que La
Liga Santa Rita. y los encuen- proposici6n del rcelegrado de C'h!-
troa se efectuaran los siguien- riqui de que Panama y Col6n
tea dias. se hagan representar por &su
CIRCUITO $MAYOR camneones en el Torneo Naclo-
Martes 14-Estadio.4.00 nal Menor de Basketball. es co-
Fte. Patti6tico vs Dragones mo enfrentar dos boxeadores
Jueves 16 en el Estadio 4.00 pin. por un titulo y darle a uno
Azteca vs Fte. Patriotico. guantAs de 12 onzas y a otro
Viernes 17 el Estadio 4.00 p.m de 6, porque aouel se* consider
Granil'o vs Dragones mejor que el otro. Ndturalmen-
Sibado 17 Estadio 1.00 p.m. .. te aue Panama y Col6n queda-
Fte. Patri6tice vs Granlllo. rian mal parados ante nuestro
Dragone" vs Azteca. inters at la proposicl6n de
CIRCUITO MENOR Mario de Obaldia se aprueba,
Midrcoles 17 Estadio 4.00 p.m. y circdlan rumors que s a e
o Jr. La iada aprueba, Panama y Col6n no
Iran al VI Campeonato Menor
a de Basketball que se celebrark
H1 I N'. ^ del 11 PI 22 del mes venldero
Sen Santiago.

"E l M A B 0 Menos de 30 dias falta para

M*-;w,, .. PALPW-.

e sass oue -
;1 C -4 a-- .

el Campeonato Centroamenca-
no de Basketball. PanamA es
el Canie6n...defenderi su ti-

lsts semana pueden quedar
detdid6as .. campeonatos de
todas las categorlas del basket-
ball Provincial. En la mayor
maculha el1 Chesterfield se
erflla como fijo camneon, en
la femenina luchan tres equi-
pos de fuarzapaerelas y en is
menor luchan por el cetro na-
da mes quae sets conjuntos.


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Con Una Victoria Sobre El Bam Ganaran Los'

Cigarrilleros El Campeonato De Basket Hoy

Delegado del fuitbol chileno

se encuentra
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En esta vista tomada per nuestro fot6grafo Domy, vemoe al
dl inguido deportista chileno, senior Carlos Dittborn P., (al
ce' tro) Tesorero de la Federacion de Futbol del hermano
pr s quien viene en misi6n especial para formalizar la invi-
taci6n a Panama para participar en el Primer Campeonato
Panamericano de Futbol. Aqui lo vemos moments despues
de su arribo a Tocumen en amena conversation con el sfior *
Pr'sidente de la Federaci6n Nacional de Futbol, senior Fran-
ci 2o Ditrani (iznuierda) v de Guillermo S. Rolla (derecha),
re 'actor jefe de la secci6n deportiva de El Panama America,
y i-'ien octpa tpmbicn el cargo de Tesorero de la Confedera-
cion Cent,'oamericana de Ffitbol.

Ai es, Instituto y Profesional

Decidirn El Torneo Colegial De

V.Iiihnl Fn I Ina eori Fvtra

Lc equipos de volibol del,
Instr.uto Nacional, el Arteso y
Olicius y la Egcuela Profeslonal
del circuit Masculino tendran
ctue Cecidir el torneo interco-
legivl en una series extra con
moti .o del triple empate que se
susc el sabado al derrotar el
conjunto del Instituto a los ar-
Los aguil.chos gan ron el pri-
mero y el segundo tiempo de
este parti.o por las anotacionf's
de 15 a 10 y 15 a 13, a pesar de
los desesperados esfuerzos de
los muchachos de Argote, que
trataban a toda costa de obte-
ner el triunfo v el campeonato.
En los iuegos de lr rama fe-
menina el equino de la Escue-
la Professional di6 la gran sor-

presa al veneer al fuerte equl-
po del Liceo de Sefloritas. El
primer tiempo quedo' a favor
de la Profesional por 15 a 7, pe-
ro en el segundo lograron impo-
nerse la liceistas por 15 a 12.
El ultimo tiempo fue el mas
refildo y despues de una gran
lucha volvieron a salir airosis
las abejita- por 15 a 13.
La Professional tendra ahora
que jugar contra el Instituto
Nacional y en caso de veneer
a este equipo empatara el pri-
mer puesto y tendra que deci-
dirse tambien este campeonato
en una series extra.
En otro de los juegos celebra-
dos el sabado el Instituto Na-
cional venci6 en forma facil al
Institute Panamericano.

Dictator Gano Ayer: La Prueba

Estelar Del Hipodromo Nacional
-Por DEDEME- a la tierra derecha Io atacaron
Dictador gano ne gran forma Koyal Coup, Welsh Loch, P1-
la carrera estelar celebradti nard y Dictador. Pero este ul-
ayer en el Hipodromo Nacional timo ejemplar tenia mas ener-
sobre una distancia de 140C gias para los finales y gan6 en
metros y por un premio de B. forma relativamente facil. Se-
LOO.00. gundo lleg6 siempre Phoebus
Esta prueba result suma- Dictador era uno de los esco-
mente **':lida en los finale, gidos de los apostadores en es-
cuando casi todos los competi- ta carrera y repartio a ganador
dores lucharon en la tierra de- la suma de B.7.40.
recha por el ansiado triunfo. En esta forma se present
Phoebus Apollo parti6 por de- este caballo como uno de los
lante y abrio gran ventaja se- contendores con mayor option
guldo por Full. Royal Coup v a conquistar el clasico "Cuer-
Pinard. Durante casi toda la Do Diplomatico" que se correra
prueba se mantuvo P. Apollo el proximo domingo.
en el comando. pero al Ilega -

Social Deportivo Para hoy se
Cnmple afios hoy |
El efectlvo y conocido futbo- ploil tu
list Gaston de Le6n, celebra o us el ju U
hoy su cumpleafos y a las nu-
merosas felicitaciones que reel- r A -
ba, agregamos sinceramente las Crespo i13 03a
Gaston de Le6n esta conside- Debido al fuerte aguacero
rado como uno de los mejores que cay6 ayer, se suspendieron
defenses del balompi6 national los dos parldoe que tenia anun
y es capitan del equipo cam- ciado el Campeonato de Ba c
peon, Deportivo Ditrani. ball de la Liga de Barraza, y el
primer de esos juegos centre
Crespo y Miranda se pospuso
CITACION DEPORTIVA ara esta tarde, siempre que el
tempo lo permit.
DEPORTIVO DITRANI tiempo Io permita.
O De enorme importancia es el
Informa a todos sus miem- resultado de e tp nprtidn "a
bros que maflana en la noche a que de ganar el Crespo se ane-
u 7 y 30 tendra una or- xara la primera vuel del u--
tante reunion en la residencia neo, mientras que el Miranda
del Director Gaston de Leon, necesita triunfar para mante-
ara tratar sobre l orximo ner su manteopl6n.
f or.t i.J anno.JO nC #A

conjunto. entire los aue se en-
cuentra una invitacl6n al exte-



Con el Gerente de la
Fuerza y Luz
El Campo de Santa Rita tn-
ccsita urgentemente que se le
construya los poses de las .--
:..cs. pues los que estan al.ora
mismo entrafian un grave pc:'.-
gio para la vida de los tr-n-

La notable eflcaela del unf*Seto
Xozene on aliviar liu tortures do la
plca60n hm aum*ntado tanto *u d4-
mana quo ahor s enntuoentria de
venta on las rn lpalh firmnaol a.
T ao hay rraes par& quo nadie *u-
fra a cause& do Irritaciones do Ia plel
puoe con TUagtento XO.ea *llmaine
1 malautar y me dlafrut *l placer
do toner una& epidormi iaa&. Por
antigru 7 yrave quo as Ia dolenal,
bastar apllcarso us pooe del un-
gufnto KoUm* parma obtener rapldo
alivio. E uBs romodlo Ifualmsento
ofoaz para lee e aoe mis rebolde
d* barro., sesama, sarpullldo, Ilaga,
orupelonem y domUL onform.edad da
ta plel. Obtdngase n seoguld uu
fraseo do Unrgento Koen.* ea ual.-
qulora farmacelL. IA primer aillte
I6 ali vllarsa lStanta&nsmmnlO In
leaa6n man UIteftm.

Los Indios Vencieron a Los

Medias Blancas y Los Yanquis

PerdierQn Con Los Atleticos

gervielo de la Prensa Unida
Mientras que los Yanquis
perdian sus dos compromibls de
ayer, los Indies de Cleveland
aumentaban su margen en el
primer lugar de la Liga Ameri-
cana al derrotar a los Medias
Blancas de Chicago por 7 ca-
rreras a 1.
Los Atleticos de Filadelfia lo-
graron derrotar a los Yanquis
en el primer juego por 9 carre-
ras a 5 y en el segundo por 7
Mientrad tanto los Medias
Roua.s de Boston vencleron dos
'cc a los Senadores de Wash-
ington por 6 carreras a 2.
, Los Carmelitas derrotaron a
los Tigres de Detroit por 2 ca-

rreras a 1.
En la Liga Naeloal
Los; Dodgers continuaron su
carrera ascefdente hacia la
conquLsta de la 1Ugs Nacional
al veneer a los Bravos de Bos-
ton por 7 carrera a 32.
Los Gilgantea de Nueva York
ganaron sus ..os compromises
frente a los Fills por .3 carre-
ras a 2 y 2 a ".
Los .Piratan y -aIB Cachorros
dividieron en el dobl. Juego
que celebraron. Los Piratas ga-
naron el primer por 1 a 0 y
perdieron el segundo por 6 a 0.
Los Rojos de Cincinatti derro-
taron en otro de los partidos
a los Cardenales de San Luis
por 4 carreras a 3.

En la Menor el

Bamn Jr. claslilcari

si triunfa esta noche

Categoria MAyor
Segunda Vuelta
G. P. Pje.
Lord Chester ...... 8 1 M8l
Dep. Barn ........... 6 4 .601
Dep. Maurkio ..... 6 4 .600
Carta Vieja ........ 4 7 .350
Juegos de Hoy
Bam Jr. vs Pepsicola
7.00 p.m. (Menor)
Barn vs L. Chesterfield
El Lord Chesterfield, se titu-
lara "Campe6n" esta noche en
el Basketball Mayor Provincial
si supera al Barn, en el partido
que celebraran en el Glmnaslo
Nacional. Solo uno de los tres
juegos que tienen pendiente ne
cesitan los Cigarrilleros, para
lograr su segundo campeonato
bajo ese nombre.
Los rivals de esta noche de
los 'cigarrilleros son los del
Barn, qut sostienen un reffido
duelo por descontar la ventaja
de los 'fumadores". Siel Barn
cae vencido, el Mauricio se a-
duefiara del segundo lugar y
sacara margen de uh juego a
los lupulosos" en la opc1on del
Sub-Campeonato, de lo contra-
rio la lucha continuara.-En el
juego de la menor el Barn Jr.
lograra su clasificaci6n en el
grupo "Che Villalobos" para la
serle final, si vence al Pepsi-
cola.-El Barn Jr. tiene 6-1 y de
perder en esta fecha se produ-
cird un emspate en el sitio de
honor entire los equipos Barn,
Barcelona, Centenario y Eleta
si le gana maiiana al Madurito.
Los arbitros para los- juegos
de esta noche son Roa y Fell,-
pe Perdomo. siendo Cardales. el
suplente, mientras que Gilberto
Morales y Gordon Jr. anotarAn,
Rivera y Corcio seran los cro-
nometristas y Zeballos, Amores
y Camafio, irispectores de puer-
ta. En los juegos del sAbado, el
Nehi super al Malta Vigor en
la menor femenina por 30 a 11
en la mayor femenina el Danar
vencid al Malta Vigor por 34 a
12 y en la mayor masculina el
Mauricio le gan6 al Carta Vie-
ja.por 52 a 46.

.tan a.j:ertas las
inscripciones de tennis
para torneo de doubles
Desde hoy se encuentran a-
blertas las inscripciones para el
Torneo Spaulding de Do les en
Tenis que se efectuara en estal
ciudad bajo la direccin de ]la
Comisi6n Nacional.
Las inscripciones se reciben
en la Piscina Olimpica, ilaman-
do al senior Gordon y en la
I oficina del seflor David Hal-

Finaliza maana la

vuelta eliminatoria

del basketball menor
Mafiana finalizar la vuelta
eliminatoria del Campeonato
Masculino de Basketball Menor,
de la Liga Provincial de Pana-
mA, con el important partido
entr2 los equipos Carlos Eleta
y Madurito del grupo "Che Vi-
En este encuentro tenemos
que si el Eleta triunfa, se pro-
ucira un triple empate entire
este equipo y el Centenario y
De resultar 6sto, mafiana mis-
mo en la noche en el Gimnasio
Nacional comenzara la series ex-
tra para decidir los equipos que
jugaran en la &erie final con el
juego entire Barcelona y Cen-
Pero de salir airoso el Madu-
Lito. el Eleta quedarA eliminado
cuedando clasificados Barn Jr.
Centenario Barcelona.
Ademas tenemos que si el
Barn Jr. perdiera esta noche en
su compromise frente al Pepsi
cola, podria producirse entonces
maiana un cuadruple empate
en el primer lugar.
En vista de las diferentes al-
ternativas que pueden provocar
los parties de hay y manana,
Ir Liga cita a los Representan-
tes de esos eaulpos a una reu-
nion esta noche alas 8 en e!
Gimnasio Nacional.

Alivio ilnst lt eo

Dia a dia crece mas el entu-
siasmo que reina en el pueblo
de Santiago de Veraguas, por la
celebraclori del VI CampeonaLo
Nacional Menor de Basketball,
que se inaugura el 11 de Sep-
tUembre y que culmina el 22
del mismo mes. Ya son various
ios pueblos Interioranos que
han envlado su aceptacion a la
participation de dicho Campeo-
nato.-El Primero del mes venl-
dero se celebrara la gran reu-
nl6n de Delegados en ia Biblio-
teca Ptiblica, para acordar asun
'tos de sumo Inter6s para. la
buena march de este Campeo-
nato, que por los preparativos
promote resultar un dxito sin
La Liga Provincial d, Basket-
ball, pr6ximainente efbngerkaos
rbltroS que recomndara
neo Menor Naclonal do ba uLiett

Formalizan hoy Ia

invitaci6n para grand

torneoo de fitbol
En la important reuni6n que
tendra esta noche la Federaci6n
Nacilonal de F(itbol, el senior Te-
sorero de la Federacion de Flt-
bol de Chile, don Carlos Ditt-
born P., quien lleg6 ayer for-
malizarA la invitaci6n para que
Panama asista al Primer Cam-
peonato Panamericano de FMit-
bol que se celebrarA en San-
tiago de Chile de la primer
quincena de Febrero a la pri-
mera quincena de Marzo.
Los miembros de ia Federa-
cion tendrAn primero a las 6 p.
m. una reunion preliminary en
su nuevo local situado en Ia
Avenida B., No. 85 altos y des-
puns a las 8 p.m. se reuniran
con el sefior Dittborn para tra-
tar todo lo concerniente a la
participation de Panami en el
mencionado torneo internacio-

iNunca descuide

una cortadura!

La m&s love I sn 6 puede in-
fectar-no searriesguel

Aclanmm4* per Ia pstiwd6u 4 Con comfvaw de Sulfatiazol,
mercurocromo o ireo-Tri-Cina.
Tenga simmpro varies a Ia mane.

oM*UH~aCA *SJ~5*

ball. Todos la .nitembros del
Comltd, "sin dutinci6n trabajan
afanosamente para que Santia-
go sepa al igual qua lo hizo Pa-
nama, Col6n, Chiriqui y Herre-
ra cumplir como es debldo con
el compromise adquirido.
Una gran' cantidad de visi-
tantes se aprestan a trasladarse
a Santiago de Veraguaa el pr6-
ximo mes con motivo de la ce-
lebracion de esas fiestas. depor-
tivas para todo nuestro Inte-
rior y la capital, como-tambi#n
para Col6n. w

Tercer Premio

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Los premlos del Sorteo del domingo fueron veadidts asi: el 1o. en Col6n; 2o. en Chiriqui y So. en Boca& del Toro.
Los novecientos billetes enters terminades eon y noe e mresidtdOs en la p orefetlente etasa .uemiuado Ms .
Cuareata y Oeb Balboas (B/.43.M) eda an*, .
Por billeted enter se entienden las 48 fracioalies.que componen Jla dos serilea "A" y "B"
FIRMAN EL ACTA: La Autorildad: El Secretatio del Gobernador de la ProvinalM, FELIP SOMaIRO LOPBZ.
El representante del Ministerlo de Hacienda y Tesoro, HUMBERTO PAREDS C.;
P T I 14 LA .'

HernAn Isaacs C.---C6dula No. 8-1014
Juan B. Nleto--Cdula No. 18-1322

NOTA sr .mmiea e-meme 4* umC .iliaem e. 4. 3
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mea dedvfrtmo S fe Pt s Iw ade ?eTs. oM
asl o ble te rmlte mi ts lado s i prema | pomsea1
e er dmeew a u to oqu o oomies .g ee.

Sortee Nimero Trmeeat. Jsenta y Trie- (SO)

Primer PI~mio.... 82
Segundo Premio. .. 19
Tercer Premio..... 82

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futbo ericano
xlat. iuy buen amblente
para que P4n1amA acepte deft-
nitivamente la Inyitaciln para
partlepar en el Primer Cam-
peonato Panamericano de FIt-
bol que se celebrara del 17, de
Febrero al 16 de Marzo en San-
tiago de Chile.
El d-eleao .,chileno, sefior
Carlos Dittborn P., tesorero de
la Pederaci6n de aquel herma-
no pals, y. quien viene en
especial con ese prop6sito, leg6
ayer y continuarA viaje el mi6r-
cole s
Entr las Informaciones sumi-
niatradas por el seflor Dittborn,
tenemos cque en la Programa-
cl6n de los juegos del torneo, lea
tocarA inaugurar el arnpeonra-
to a los 1quipos de PanamA y
Chile en las horas de la tarde
en el Estadio Nacional de la ca-
pital chilena.
Se Jugari los domingos en la.
tarde y los moircoles. en la ito-
che. Posiblemente todos los ar-
Aitros sean Ingleses.
Se da por reguro que particl-
parin por lo menos seis equipos.
0 sean Perl, Brasil, Uruguay,
PanamA, Mexico y Chile.

Citd6n Deportiva
Pide pot este medlo a todos
los representantes de equipos la
asistencia a una importsrnte
reunu6n esta noche a las 7.30 en
el lugar, de costumbre, asi como
tambifn a todoe los miembros
de la Directiva.
&e -enarece la puntual sasli-
tencia de todos los citados por-
oi se tratiarn asuntos de gran
Interds,noar, la buena march
deo la Lga.
Tomis Mufios T.

a l4 d0 "amp lias"
Itna .st hm

Con gran entusiasmo se Ilevafon a cabo

las clasificaciones del torn de olf

Con marcado entualasmo serra, T Jankut, pave .BtagNet,
degarrolaron la primeraa comrn- Blly eeIon, Jim RlteY, Dio
petencls del XIV Torrne '-LIIinger, ~ra tpo de la Guar-
Alual ESto de Golf el Abado dig. Dave Westman, Jare do
y: ay*ere la. eiafchaf-dei.Olk0b ia uau sa .Jr., L Le Bre Per-
de PaMtmi, con Ia participa dy- Oir am. : Jony Bain J.
c16n de miAs do 13 praonas barr, Rn6 E trteau ..- Iau
A pear. del aguaceo qu9 ca- Arango. N,, J. M aughe.
y6 ayer, los jugadored se pre- Matt aSl~h on, JIm- Braid, Oa.
sentaron a cumplit sur ompro. brIel Olindo, Fellpe ClemenT,
mios. e. de OGumldia 111, L. Hale.
ttre lag f6poodidawa figuat oL. W. Prhine, A, G. Robin:A.
quao ireaall roIt aer -o. en- B. ,,A J.itth,,.P. A. En
conraba el0 popular w hombr4 elke, & Zngel,
putb o, Dicky Arla..que raz6 Ba, Atehl e BnOe An
un- eixelentei juego. ran, H VAd16 Jr,
.n vista t de &B n usal QPreel 1 L. .LMo1n ,W
Inacrlpqionefas acord6 agregar b plabe Paul Bmlag
un vuelo aAa para dar op.or- D. Itunaliker, 4L
tunidad.a aquellosi d '4 m no pur 8t nton. ro* ,.'T. Jn. o r ,
dieron. clasificar ents .lo*,I R. M., .Geld primberos:, eneata forait el nue- 'Lt Chandeck, -Art 'bf),.
vo vaelQ ,eat A~ cPe to peo rp o, SpbMedlnger, PrakRa
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mios a los ganadores. tPr Jr., Fran Morrice ., 1J
Clastflcaron *yer'para la is efle, W. Z. Hic-NHmIth,
gunda r Hoe,'A, m diOe. ZRaftel
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George*, Riley, *Bill Schmfidt. 0. Hattlr., 8: -M. yM, Z. H
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inter6s en la earrer fu6 Pam-
phlet abo de les menones etta-
doe del tt. -
Lee C6msaltoI liaterroegara
a todes l0 o Nlnet que compi-
teron en esta evente- y seg6n
tenemea enteadideo egulrAn la
invetligel6n, puas to t e seso-
peeha de que la earrpra estab
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moae melfestar noeetres es qtea
no eontaron eon Ia presenela

Comentado juego sostienen hoy en el

basket de Catedral la Muieca y 0. Sosa
En la continuacl6n del torneo se mediran Maurlcio y Morris.
de Basketball de la Liga de Ca- Marcado Inter6a existe por e!
tedral. el equipo del Almacdn primero de los 3ncuentros, don-
La Mukeca defiende esta no- de se espera quo ambos quin-
che su invicto frente 1l Optica tetos renditin una lucida ac-
Sosa en el Gimnaslo del Mara- tuaci6n que dara lugar a un
fi6n. En el otro cotejo de hoy juego reflidisimo.

Croce eo enlusiasmo por el toneo

national de basketball de Veraguas

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