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


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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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HONG KONG, Aug. 25 (UP) The Panamanian gov-
ernment today' appeared to hove been successful in halt-
ing the practice of shippers using its flag for the purpose
of blockade running into Red China.
The success seemed to have been obtained following
a stiff warning that Panamanian flag ships would have
their registration cancelled if they were found trading with
Red China.
Strong action on the port of the Chinese nationalist
navy in detaining or conflicting ships running the block.
ode backed up the warning.

A check with shipping circles
here today revealed that, since
the middle of July. no Panaman-
ian flag ships have left here for,

6 Amrcans Among

21 KitksI WrecKk

Of Frech Trains
MET,. France, Aug. 25 (UP)
-French authorities today were
r.esing the Investigatton into
hp of j-e /wreck oa two
ezpuN trans -nea here Yei-
-4rwt*y-dnv persons. Oeela4
MW d Americans were killed
and 40 re. Inured. Police,
said. the 21st victim's body was
reabvered from the twisted
wreckage last night. Previously
the death .toll h-d tod at 20.
Al tough the ability of
esa)otag had n uW entirely
ruled out, a spo1kw In for tle
National railways in P'aris said
It appeared unKMlv that sabo-
tage was respoaiubJe for the

Nkaragia Sarls

Cn Soon
Nicaraua is preparing to Ins-
titute an anti-yellow fever cam-
paign soon, according to reports
received today bji the Panama
Dr. Sal6n de Camago, director
of the yellow fever office of the
Pan American Sanitary bureau
In Guatemala, has issued 40,-
tG units of yellow fever vaccine
for use in Nicaragua, it was re-
vealed today.
No cases of yellow fever have
been reported in Nicaragua yet,
but a preventative measure is
being undertaken.
Two Sanitary brigades are to
go to the area around Rivas,
near the San Juan river to ins-
titute the campaign.
Dr. Juan M. 1fntoya is in-
charge of the Pan Ameriean Sa-
nitary bureau in GOuatemala.

or returned from Red China
There are, however, a few ships
still operating along the coastal
ports, but presumably they will.
be dealt with 1i the course of
Official records showed that al-
together 55 shis had obtained
panamanian registry in Hong
Kong mostly for the purpose. of
facilitating and continued serv-
ice with Red China.
Some of. the ships are former
Chinese freighters which switch-
ed to the Panamanian flag for
protection Against Nationalist
gnboats. The stiff ttitudl of
the Paanamaan gover ,
however, compelled most of itlm
to dl cortinh ice and "W e
Inwentt laidg W the W .s
Kong harbor. A few are nowaid
to be trying to obtain a change of
Four Panamanian-flagged ships
are now under Nationalist deten-
tion in Taiwan. They are the
Vulture, Roc, Baralaba and Hol-
lina. Panamanian consul Mario
Quillen is now in Talpeh to in-
vestigate the conditions under
which they are detained and to
determine whether they are ed-
titled to official assistance In ne-
gotiating for release.

Cleveland Game Cast

Over Spanish Radio

Starting Today
CLEVELAND, Aug. 25 (UP)-
Interest in the Cleveland In-
dians bid for their thir4 Ameri-
can league pennant has spread
to Latin America.
For the first time in history
the Indian game today will be
broadcast in Spanish over 200
stations in eight Latin Ameri-
can countries.
The program will be heard in
Panama over "Onda Popular"
1440 on the dial, Mexico, Cuba,
Venezuela, Nicaragua, Puerto
Rico, Colombia and the Domini-
can republic, will also have the
Announcer Eh Canel said "with
Mike Garcia on the mound for
the Indians, Bobby Avila play-
ing second base, and Al Lopez as
manager, the Indians rate the
number one sport Interest in
Latin America."

Great Briain

To 'Sit Down'

In Iran Fields

LONDON. Aug. 25 (UP) -Great
Britain today indicAted she will
stage a "alit down strike" in the
Iranian oil fields in an effort to
Impress upon Iran the conse-
quences of her refusal to agree
with Brita*i on terms under
which the billion dollar former
British oil interests will be na-
In Teheran deputy premier Ho-
sein Fatemi said Iran is ready to
sell crude oil from accumulated
stocks in Abadan for cash to "any
foreign customer."
Informed sources said the Brit-
ish government probably will try
a policy of "watchful waiting"
for a week or so. to -see if Iran
will make a new approach to the
oil problem.
During the waiting period the
rich oil fields and the world's
largest refinery at Abadan-from
which most of Iran's national in-
come is derived-will remain idle.
British technicians and other
employes .were pulled out of the
oil fields yesterday but Britain
has declared her determination
to hold on to the huge Abadan
refinery, by force if necessary.
British technicians will remain
In Abadan, the government said,
even if all other British experts
are evacuated from Iran.
S s 0dit th~eIsdakEr Brit-
ain's deter n w powt

Military plans have been com-
pleted to use British troops to
protect Brit4sh lives in such an
Fatemi said the Iranian Gov-
ernment has instructed the Iran-
ian Oil Commission, governing
body of the nationalized former
British ollflelds, to submit a'
prompt report on ways and
means of combatting the econo-
mic disaster which threatens fol-
lowing the rupture of the talks
with Britain.
He said Iran did not need the
help of any foreign experts for
the production of crude oil, or
of some refined products.
FAtemi disclosed a letter writ-
ten by Iranian premier Mohamed
Mossdegh to Persident Truman's
special envoy W. Averell Harri-
man before Harriman left Tehe-
ran yesterday.
Mossadegh said Iran wanted to
keep British personnel in the oil-
fields, but would not sign an a-
greement with a foreign (i.e.
British) government for this
purpose. ,

Look What We Did!
Parrots too can read it
seems. When a Pan-American
Airways' secretary lost her polly,
she was heartbroken. With a
heavy heart she put in an ad
in The Panama American yes-
terday. And this morning, her
pet was returned.
He was wandering-. in the
streets of Pananm, about two
blocks from his home. Both
owner and parrot rejoiced at
the reunion.

Air Force To Call Up Combat

Crew. Officers For 4-Days

-The Air Forec announced
plans today to call up combat
crew officers from its unorgan-
Ised reserves for tour days ac-
tive duty in order to screen
them for possible extended
tours of service. -
- The announcement came as
the Defense Depsrtment nsked
the Senate to kill House-passed
legislation which would permit
unorganized reserllts to go off
active duty after 12 months
service provided they also had
served a year in World war II.
At the same time, the Air
Force disclosed it has stolen a
march on Congraes by setting
tp a long-range program point-
ed toward the day when Uni-
versal Training will provide
most of its reserves. -The pro-
ra calls for theeclasses of
serves "Reader" "Standby"
and "Retired."
A bill estatblhi such a
tWgram fr all nui b of the
irmed service is pending In the
9ouse. Chalzau" OvertmI

Brooks, D., La., of a House
Armed Services subcommittee,
said Thursday that he has high
hopes of getting it passed this
year. But the measure Was only
a slim chance of action in the
Senate before Congress ad-
Brooks praised the Air Force
for going ahead with its plan
and said the program "Will fit
in well with our bill and also
with the Universal Military
Training program."
In announcing that it In-
tends to call un some unorgan-
ized reserve officers, the Air
Force said 'that an undisclosed
number of pilots, navigators.
bombardiers, radar observers
and flight engneers will be
summoned in about three weeks.
They will be screened and
those deemed eligible will be
agned terms of active duty.
All will be ten who heo been
on a non-W status Obd have
not been attached to an ga
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The defense department's plea
for permission to keep mem-
bers of the volunteer or inac-
tive reserves on duty was made
by assistant defense secretary
Anna M. Rosenberg and other
officials to a Senate Military.
Appropriations subcommittee.
The subcommittee is consider-
ing a $56,500,000,000 appropria-
tions bill to provide funds for
the armed services in fiscal
1952. The House attacked a
rider which would clear the way
for unorganized reservists to
quit active duty.
The Defense Department said
the rider would affect some
280,000 reservists, instead of the
15,000 estimated by some House
proponents. If they are releas-
ed- it said. other inactive and
organized reservists and guards-
men will have to be called.
The new calups of unorpgn-
Ind reserve officers wMi be
handled by Air Force bases in-
luding the 14th Air Force,
Air BaW, MacA, OG*

MAJ. GEN. PAUL W. RUTLEDGE, Commanding General,
Eastern Antiaircraft Artillery Command, right, is pictured
above with Caribbean Command officials. General Rutledge,
who was accompanied by 23 Department of Army officials
and national press representatives, came to observe Anti-
*mraft Civilian Aulas i raw activities In the Canal
W (orrisi r., G uder In Chief, Camian Commsd,
brig. G C. Vil, Commanding Genal, Carbbean
Air Command, Brig. Gen. Ftancis A. Marcb~ Chief of Staff,
(U.S. Army Photo)

Amateur AA Gunners Pepper

Hide-And-Seek Foes; Fell 2

Antiaircraft Civilian Auxiliary
Program (AACAP) gunners cul-
minated their six-wek training
with a final "shoot" at Flamen-
co Island, Fort Amador. this
Two radio controlled target
planes were knocked down by the
quadruple .50 caliber machine-
guns as Gov. Francis K. Newcom-
er looked on.
Excellent results were obtained
by the civilians.
They appeared to epper the
tow targets which zgomentarily
appeared and disappeared in the
low hanging clouds.
The volunteers.' cheered on by
friends, did not have their spir-
its dampened by the rain.
They will graduate formally at
the Balboa Theater next Satur-
day at 8 a.m.
Watching the firing this morn-
ing was a "22-man observation
party of high ranking service of-
ficers and newspapermen from
the United States.

FBI Guards hRains

Maj. Gen. Paul W. Rutledge,
Commanding Gqn e r a 1 of the
Eastern Antiaircraft Artillery
Command, headed this party.
The visiting delegation also
saw the 65th AAA Group opera-
tions room in action Thursday, as
the civilian volunteers handled
test problems over the far flung
net of the AA defense of the Pa-
nama Canal.
Yesterday the Inspection team
split Into groups to visit the ma-
ny defense positions maintained
by the 65th group in the vicin-
ity of the Panama Canal.
They will See points of interest
in the Canal Zone and the Re-
Dublic of Panama this afternoon
and are scheduled to leave the
command tomorrow.

New Storm Roars

Up Pacific Coast

Off Manzanillo

-A new tropical storm was re-
Oforted roaring up the Pacific
coast of Mexico today. with 65-
On aliforniM mile-an-hour wI nds sending
S ships scurrying for shelter and
DECOTO. Calif.Aug. 25 (UP)- cancelling all air flights.
Six Federal Bureau of Investiga- The storm was reported 50
tion agents today were guarding miles southwest of the coast
the splintered remains of the town of Manzanilo at 4 a .m. to-
United airlines DC-6B pending day, moving in a northwest di-
the arrival of technicians who will reaction parallel to the coast.
determine whether sab ot a g e Rains and wind were beginning
played a part in the drash that to lash the coastal area.'
killed all 50 persons aboard. The Acapulco airport report-
Chief agent Harry M. Kimball, ed "strong winds and rain make
fingerprint experts and laborato- aerial navigation impossible."
ry technicians hive been called in All shipping on the coast was
from Washington to help identi- warned to seek shelter.
fy the dead and to examine the Earlier the residents of the
fragments of the wreckage. fashionable resort of Acapulco
Kimball, declined to say exactly had prepared to flee the water-
what the experts would look for front in case the storm hit
in the wreckage except that his there. Three planes from Mexico
men were "making ingutir to do- City landed safely at Acapulco
terntine whether sabotage was yesterday but as the winds in-
committed." creased all outgoing flights Vwere
Nine twisted bodies are still lv- cancelled.
Ing amidst the scattered wreck- Meanwhile two rescue trains
age today as the search for them plowed through the Sierra Ma-
was called of last night due to dre western mountains in heavy
Insufficient lightIng, rains toward the raU center of
Forty-one bodies hawe already Cardenas on the Atlantic coast
been removed from the crash to bring aid to the victims of
scene by reseueii Wte carried the hurricane caused f lo o d
them out of the brush-choked which killed 31 persons and left
canyon on foot and by horse pack 14 misain, Wednesday.
train. Mayor Jore Garcia said 24
The giant airliner carrying 44 persons were injured seriously
passengers and six crewmen and "hundreds" of others suf-
smashed into a hill only 25 feet irced minor inhiries when the
romthe 1,00 mmitmm 20-foot water wall hit the town.


Econosoc Groups

Analyzing Many

Basic Issues

The Economic and Social
Council conference delegates
reached the end of their first
week's discussions at Hotel El
Panama today without arriving
at any concrete solutions, al-
though some of the problems on
the agenda have already been
disposed of, for the time being,
by agreeing to a further study
and future recommendations.
The Committee on Prices and
Reserves reached an agreement
on the main problem of the
maintenance of the purchasing
power of monetary reserves by
voting to go along with the reso-
lutions approved by the fourth
meeting of the Consultation of
Foreign Ministers in Washington.
They also voted to continue an
analysis of the problem with the
purpose of presenting recommen-
dations at the next extraordinary
In the same committee the
United States urged the govern-
ments to attack with renewed vi-
gor the problem of offsetting in-
flationary pressures, arising from
essential defense and economic
development activities, and the
committee approved a resolution
to recommend to the American
governments that in applying
antlinflatlonary policies they fol-
low the measures outlined in the
recent ad-hoc committee report
which warned against any wide-
spread increase in-import, and
.1till ths committee
was a proposal by Panama that
the Council recommend to the
various governments that when
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Montana's Famed

Helena Brothels

Get Axe At Last

HELENA, Montana, Aug. 25-
(UP)-Helena's famous brothels
are closed.
Safety Commissioner H u g h
Potter, who defended the neon-
lighted walk-up brothels as "a
necessary e v il since Biblical
days," agreed to close the houses
after the county medical society
adopted an anti-prostitution res-
Potter said today: "I will ac-
cede to the wishes of the medical
fraternity. We will do our best to
handle the situation."
Potter previously had angrily
rejected similar requests from a
local church group whom he
branded as "professional reform-
He defended the brothels as a
safeguard for respectable women.
Authorities here said the bro-
thels have city licenses for rent-
ing rooms, and anticipated they
would henceforth be used as
rooming houses.

TOKYO, Aug. 25 (UP) United Nations Supreme
Commander General Matthew Ridgway has sent the Com-
munists an offer to resume the Korean armistice talks.
But its coldly scornful tone means that the Reds
could hardly afree to return to the conference table with-
out losing face before the world.
Ridgway's message to North Korean premier and
commander in chief Kim II Sung, and the commander in
chief of the Chinese troops in Korea, General Peng Teh
Huai, was perhaps the most sweeping indictment ever to
pass in modern times between generals or statesmen in the
course of an effort to establish peace.

Yet there is still a strong feel-
ing in the headquarters of the
United Nations high command
here that the peace talks will be
The Reds have made it plain
that they want to go ahead with
the negotiations they broke off
Wednesday night.
Ridgway told the Communists,
who had demanded from him a
satisfactory reply to their com-
plaints, that none of the inci-
dents the Reds cited as violations
of Kaesong's neutrality merited
a reply.
"When not fabricated by you
for your own propaganda needs
these mcidents have proved to be
the actions of irregular groups
without the slightest connection
-overtly or covertly-with the
forces and agencies under my
"The evidence of the most re-
cent alleged violation (the so-
called air raid on Kaesong) was
even more palpably compounded
for your insidious propaganda
purposes than your earlier ef-
"The allegations made in your
several recent communications
are rejected as malicious false-
hoods totally without foundation
in tact."
But tMhe. Alsies are fed 0p with
conducting armisticek tlks hin en-
emy territory, where theReds
can pretend that anything has
happened and turn up any kind
of evidence to support It.
Ridgway might propose shift-
ing the conference to some truly
neutral site because the charges
of violating the Kaesong neutral-
ity had threatened repeatedly to
wreck the talks.
Where they would be held if
the Communists agree to their
removal from Kaesong was not
Ridgway originally proposed
that the conference be held
aboard the Danish hospital ship
Jutlandia. It has now left for Eu-
rope with Allied wounded.
Some quarters believed Ridg-
way might instruct Vice Admiral
C. Turner Joy, the chief Allied
negotiator, to propose a change
of site.
The place could be on the very
border between the lines held by
the two armies, with both sides
staffing the area so close to each
other that infringement would
be impossible.
Quicker Than Those
Hairdressers' Magnets
LINDSAY, Ontario, Aug. 25
(UP)-Mrs. Emmerson Bon-
ham received an unexpected
hairdo last night when a
bolt of lightning struck her
home and drew all the hair-
pins out of her hair.

S. .
KAESONG INOIDENT Chinese Communist litter bearers
carry a wounded man prom the site of an alleged ambush
by UN forces in the Kaes neutral zone. The Communist
delegates to the truce talks accused AWed forces of vlulating
the neutrality zone.

Marshalling Yards

In NE Korea Hit

By UN Supforts
TOKYO, Aug. 25 (UP) The
extensive marshalling yards at
Rashin, northeast Korea, were
blasted for the first time in more
than a year today.
Some 35 Superforts from Japan
and Okinawa dropped 300 tons of
bombs on the yards.
The Superforts were escorted
by United States Navy Panther
jet fighters.
There was no opposition from
enemy planes or anti-aircraft
fire. All the United NationS
planes returned safely to base.
Today was the first time Rash-
in had been attacked since 50 Su-
perforts pounded it Aug. 12, 1950.
Other United Nations planes
attacked Communist convoy$
moving down North Korea with
supplies for the expected Bed of-
A at 06 trusks wan de-
atrozed.1 or "'da t "u eight.
Abotit 4,00 were 9 lghtea.
Pilots reported some convops
were driving with lights on, defl"
Ing air attack in the Interestst
greater speed.
An unidentified plane maff
three attacks on an Invader light
bomber but failed to hit it.
American Sabre pilots shot
down two red-nosed Mig's Inin
15-minute air battle of 64 jet
fighters over northwest Korea at
twilight yesterday.
Aground, the South Koreans
rounded out a full week of the
heaviest combat since the armis-
tice talks began by storming back
atop "bloody ridge" on the east-
central front above Yanggu.
Alerted by the suspension of
the Kaesong conference, Allied
forces along the restive battle line
and on the Korean air lan e
mounted guard for any sneak at-
tack the Reds might launch.

For the first time since Sun-
day, Communist jets. 40 strong,
came out of their Manchurian
sanctuary, and 24 Sabres jumped
them 15 miles north of Sinanju
at the mouth of the Chongchon.
Two of the Mig's from the crack
red-nosed squadron nesting in
the Yalu Valley went down in
flames. Not a Sabre was scratch-
The battle was joined at 26,000
feet, and broke up into scattered
dogfights. The first kill was cred-
ited to LtU Col. Benjamin S. Pres-
ton, Jr., Hollywood, Fla., com-
mander of his flight.
Before the Reds could say Jack
Robinson, a captain by that name
from Fort Wayne, Ind., knocked
down a second Mig.
The ground battle for the
string of key peaks above Yang-
gu, now called "Bloody Ridge" af-
ter a week of fighting, went on
unabated today.

Rare Night Blooming
Cereus Unfolding
Photographers and flower lov-
ers may have an opportunity to-
night to see night-blooming cer-
eus open from buds to full flow-
Late yesterday afternoon. Sgt.
Herbert Holmer, of the Canal
Zone Police Station at Gamboa,
reported that the cereus plants,
in front of the station had about
30 buds ready to open.
Most of them, he believed,
would blosom last night, but he
expected that there would be
some of the flowers which would
be delayed about 24 hours. The.
buds begin to open after dark and
are usually fully open by about
10 a.m.
The Gamboa cereus are several
months behind, or ahead de-
pending on the point of view --
of those in the large bed at the
foot of the Administration Build-
ing steps in Balboa Heights. The
Balboa Heights plants blossomed
late In April.
Last night the cereus in the
backyard of Mr and Mrs. ALewi
B. Moore's Balboa Heights qua-
ters blossomed at about 9 pi. r

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Wages Rise WithiLiv
W, es R. th... 149*

As. Prices H1it ,ecor
WASHIkl*A~k, n. (UP) tGove.~ rnment freeze last January. It was 7.8 workers on@ aent. Moo hon
WASHINGTON, ,Aug. 25 (VI) The Government pr cent higher than a year ago. effective .* an to
reported yesterday that the cost of living hit a record high The new index was broadened the so aeli 'eealag p
on July 15 and a fevw hours later the Wage Stabilization to elevide such ion, bute aoducts beer and in theye wwill conet hat
Board authorized workers to seek pay increases tied to sort make up only a very small sun paymentlaer.
living costsr.,c part of the total. Ths means auto prodtio
General Motors Corp. Chrysler workers have received wage in
Some 1,000,000 auto workers won a one-cent hourly Corp., antf-the Ford Motor Co., creases totalling 20 cents an hou
wage increase when the Bureau of Labor statistics an- the giahts of the auto industry, in cost of living hikes since th
vwage increase when the Bureau of Labor statistics an a tra
nounced that both its old and new cost-of-living index re- would sart paying production t in ro itinto effect n MA,
elected a rise in prices Americans pay for food shelter and
other "necessities."
The new. index stood at 185.5 per cent of the 1933-39
average, an increase of two-tenths of one per cent over
June 15.
The old mdex, to which uhion contracts are tied, M OA i
reached 185.8 a aoaginst 185 5 a month earlier. L |
Srents and food prices chiefly were responsible. LF L NArC
Sho r the bureau's av- riod of from several week to T IHE FAMILY FAV01R E FOR
noune .th .wageboard for- nearly a year.
mall it new rule permit- The bureau said that the cost *
ting ok to, match in- of living as reflected in its new
creases ving costs since last consumer index was 9 per cent
January -even It the rise ex- higher than before the Korean
ceeds the 10per cent wage in- War and 2 per cent higher than
All wor ers are eligible It hey
can win the increae at the bar- MONA finer foos
gaining table.
The six industry represent- are today the stand.
tives on the board promptly de- ard of quality all over
nounced the escalator agree-n
ments as inflationary and said the world. They are pre.
they are not based on "sound pared in the most mode M
economic principles." LAMY ON, B.AIDU pared in the most modem
They said they went along with manner...but retain al the real
the new rule only because all em- By OSWALD ACOBOY
ployes and employers should be Written for NEA Servi.e old-fashioned flavor. Five generations
treated the same.
At present only about 3,000,000 have proved Monarch finer food... the
workers are covered by escalator BEST by TEST. There are over 500
clauses, the bulk of them in the
auto and allied industries. NORTHMonarchfinerfoods.Askfortheminyour
The escalator clause first ap- VQ964 grocery store. If your dealer does not
peared on the American labor K 10 tock Monarch finer foods, inquire of:
scene In the spring of 1948 when 4 Q 10S3 5 3
the CIO United Auto Workers WEST EAST (D)
Union was granted onle by Gen- 462 673
eral Motors. 9J52 VAK 8 7 3
But the industry representa- J 963 2 A 8 5
tives warned that the clauses J 92 6 874
could lead to a'"national bank-SOUTH
ruptcy" by putting wages and OU
prices in a spiral that goes cons- AKJ 934
tantly upwards. 10
Warning that "in time of emer- Q 4
gency everyone must sacrifice," A World's Largest Family of Finer J *&
thev said that SuOcess or failure -SvWo'laFmilyofr
of the new order rests with "ev- Rut South West North Distributors in the Republict
ery American, be he an employer, 19 Double Pass 1 NIW'.
an employee, a labor union offi- Pas 26 Pass 4" COLON Tagaropulos, S. A. Tel. 1000
clal or a member of Congress." Pass 4 Pass Pass
Despite the rise in living costs, Pass PANAMA-C-m. Pa8americana de Orange Crush
the Bureau of Labor statistics re- Opening lead-V 2
ported that wholesale prices last HOME DELIVERY Tel. 3.3219
month continued their three- ....
month decline with a drop of two-
tenths of one per cent to a 176.8 Today's hand would not be
per cent of the 1926 average. particularly interestin at rub-
Depending on the product, er bridge. south won ld lose a
Wholesale rpce changes are not heart and a diamond very cheer-
reflected at reta level for a pc- fully, scoring the game and ruo-
-_ be'.
In tournament bridge there isa T SL AVINlGS ANK
MODEL YACHTS COSTLY different story to tell. There is no
BOSTON (U.P.) The min- reason rSoth to be vInttution guaranteed by the State
BOaTON model yachsae mn-echeerful about making eleven
nature model yachts sailed in tricks. Everybody who holds the
international h oy an osts aouth cards will do the same, but Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savins Accounts
about" $00 'each' nth1u"R the swindler who manages to
here report. steal a twelfth trick will be richly
rewarded. INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
One South player found a way
to put the ace of diamonds to
sleep. It must be admitted that We make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
he got a little co-operation from
East, but the plot was neat all or other securities.
West opened the deuce of
~Rtnwormlachadeoe.1tuayo ed t H IS M AS SAV IcN S
1op I Abthim ayourin hearts In the West hand. $ ..
a ether blemishdiare y tt
n d embrra yonothr tt East returned a trump and 25 50c $1.00 and
trtineg Nixderm. This wrotnme ol1 4 S$0 a $ 0
combatS the erm aand parateswht dummy wonwith the to of
often are the real cause of skin trtble, s ades. Now the ten of diamonds
That is why I lxodrmo qulmkeslIntly from du
your skin soft, clear,nsmooth a ledinoctfmdmmy.
tractive.Get Nxoderm fromyourdru. East shouldhavetakenthee deposits are accepted thru a period
s today-see how much better yotu of diamonds and folded his tent,
kL Yks and feels tomorrow. but he made the mistakeof play- of 48 weeks.
'Ing low. South won with the
,,____ --queen of diamonds and lWd the
nine of spades to dummy's queen. Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
The queen of hearts Wasreturn- documents, in 4 different sizes.
ed, ast put up the ace, and
SSouth ruffed with the ac.uth ruffed with th OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCH:
next tried out the clubs,'discover-
ing that he could discard a low 100 Central Ave. ,t Front St, at corner
diamond on dummy's fourth cornet of "I" Street. of 7th St.
Dummy then led a low heart, R De ROUX CARLOS MOUYNES V.
and South ruffed with the king. 0. R. D ROUX CARLOS MOUYNES V.
The jack of hearts fell on this Manager. Sub-Manager.
trick-which was exactly what BOOR as:
S\South had been working for. Now
.Z' : Sot o leod t he carefully rom :N a.. to 1:0 p.m.
|my'ssix, and the establishednine ATURDATS: from 8;0 a.m. to I:" p..
of hearts could be cashed to dis-
1 card declarer's last diamond.
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.M n the vialt were Mrs.Patsydio. a A fl Europe downhill in a darby. suffered
CAvz A2N Ms. lnth isi, waeaure Mrs. at U...'..'afractured ,skull. when he was
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Caribbean, Lt. General ,r, ww. host
lor ok~a~ last evenlag.
About ixtyhree gests. Iai. the .roup headed
-Commanding e of ae iaatRoa Anti-Alrraft Coin-
uand., Major General Paul IRutledge. were present at the
party at Qdart" One In quarry Beihts.

Dinner at Embassy Honors
nan ian Envoy and-Wl
In honor of thenewly ppoalt-
ed Panamanian Ambassado to
Washington and Mrs. Rob2to
Heurtematte. United Sta&. Am-
bassador to Panhma sn Mrs.
John Cooper Wiley tendered a
formal dinner at the mbaSy
residence on La Cresta last even-
Covers were. laid for twenty-
four guestpf Included among the
guests were. A istant Secrvetry
of State, Mr. Edward 0. MUhle,
Jr.. and Ambas .dOr Albert F.
Hufer. Director o0 the Stato De-
prtent Office f Middle Amer-
Rouse Warming
hor Miss Fabrega.
A group of friate'ellu d on
M)*s EUsA Fabre'a last evening
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Jlut .noved to 50 street al Bella
eiebrate Aunivesary
i Aredo Aleman. Jr., enter-
tained a group of friends at a
cocktail buffet at his residence in
El C delMar last evening in
honofof his wife's" birthday.
Other honor guests wre Mr. and
Mrs. Roberto-Heuitematte.

Mua Carol areett
In honor of .Carol Ser-
geant. who. Is lowing for college
i theBUited.Btat s oon, her co-
wQrkers at Quarry Heights gave
a unheon at the Hotel Tivoli
yesterday noon. About twelve of
tier friends were present at the
Dinner or the 'iwls
M4r. and Mrs. f'. H. Irwin of
Aneon .wmre guest 9f honor at an
informal dinner given by a group
of their.friends In the Hotel TI-
voll ball room last evening. A-
bout twenty-four guests were
present at, he dinner.
Farewell Dinnes
at Botel Tkroll
A a farewell to Mr. Harold W.
Kerby. who is leaving soon to
make his home in the United
States and Mr. James C. Harris,
who is exchanging his job with
the Army for a job In Panama, a
group of their co-workers at o-
rozal gave a dinner at the Hotel
Tivoli last evening. Mr..* Haris
has been employed *y "Radio
Continental," in Panama City..
Engraved cigarette cases and
lighters were presented to Mr.
Harris and Mr. Kerby.
Those attending were Mr. Will-
iam B. Andrews, Mr. Edward C.
Mould. Mi, and Mrs. Harold
Barkema Mr, and Mrs; William
H. Bell, Jr..'Mr. CharlesT. Ev-
erhart. Sergeant Earl -M. Gate-
woodMrs. James C. Harris. Mr.
dMis. Henry Hoskinl. Mr.
Wtlliam H. Kober. Mr. add Mrs.
William C. Kongable. Mr. George
Koutezky, Jr. Mr. Ervin R. Mi-
chalk, Major and Mrs. Howel J.
Parry and Mr. and Mrs. Aaron
V. Sigfrid.
Returned To College
Miss Royna Reece left on the
Panama Friday to resume her
studies at De Reuw university in
Greencastle, Indiana,
Wtf ClbBuffeI
Is Cancelled
The regular Sunday night buf-
fet supper served at the Panama
eolf Club on Sunday night will
not take place tomorrow night
because of a social function, be-
ing held there. Suppers will con-
tinue to be served as usual all the
rest of the Sundays.
N.C.O. Wives Club
Plans A Carnival
The Fort Kobbe Non-Commis-
sioned Officers Wives Club met
recently to plan a carnival, which
the members are holding on Sat-
urday September 1, on the post.
This Carnival will be open to all
officers, non-commissioned of-
ficers civilians and their depen-
dents. All are cordially invited
by the club membership to come
and have a good time.
There will be games for chil-
dren in the afternoon, games of
chance, bingo, a raffle, a bake
sale and a sport shirt dance will
be held for the adults. The dance
will last from 1:00 p.m. until 2:00
a.m. Door prizes have been gen-
erously donated by the mer-
chants in Panama City.
Legion Avxillary Heads
Visit on Atlantic Side
Department officers of the
American Legion Auxiliary made
their first official visit Wednes-
day to Unit No. 3. Nathaniel J.
Owen. American Legion auxiliary
on the Atlantic Side. Officers

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LOGn Posts Warned

Of NedalmHnting

Rod Entertainers
ijfe NationAl Americanism-
CommiLsion of The 4american
Legion has cautioned all post
and Legionaires to be on guard
against being high-pressured
into awarding medals or cita-o
tlons to personalities in the
amusement and entertainment
field without first checking
their attitudes toward Com-
munist fronts and causes.
"Many fellow-travelers and
sympathizers of, Communism In
the movie, radio and television
ind..tries are now trying to
leim d up patriotic reputations
overnight now that the govern-
ment., Is cracking down. on
known Reds," said A. Luke
Cl*i *otBtattleboro, Vt., chair-
man the National American-.
=m Commissioon.
"They, are trying to inveigle
legitimate and patiotic organ-
ization# Into awarding them
cltatitnm for this, that and
other things.
"American Legion p o sts
should not lend themselves to
this 'whitewashing' scheme,"
Chairman Crispe' Lsaid.
"The National Americanism
Commission has maintained re-
search files for many years on
Communist fronts and fron-
"Posts officials and Legion-
aires should avail, themselves of
these files if they have tihe
slightest doubts as to the
genuineness of any pretended
"The movie, TV and radio
industries are now at long last
making an attempt to clean
house and get get *id of known
Reds and fronters. The Com-
mies, near-Commies and fdllow-
travelers are definitely on the
run under fire from both within
and without their industries.
0But some of them are try-
ingg to stand their ground and
are trying to change their
'leopards' spots' overnight with-
rut any public recantation of
their past affiliatiatlons and

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Park Congregational Church a-
cross the street. Because the
Park Church has its summer
services an hour earlier than
normal, the St. Paul chimes
were drowning out the start of
the Rev. Carl A. Glover's ser-

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WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (P).- The United States rejected
Csechoslovakia's protests of the propaganda broadcasts of Radio
Free Europe yesterday In a blistering note which undescored thsti
coUntry's anger over the imprishoment of American newsman
William.N. Oatis.
The note was made public as It added that freedom of in-
Government attorneys sought a formation is "a fundamental
legal way to carry out the Con- principle in free societies" but
gressional recommendation for a does not "exist In Czechoslova-
total boycott on trade with Cze- kia."
choslovakia until Oatis is releas-
ed. Some. diplomatic quarters have
f Oatis. Associated Press bureau speculated that Czechoslovakia
chief in Prague. was sentenced to later may demand some curb on
10 years in prison by a Commun- Radio Free Europe as the "ran-
ist court which convicted him of som price" for releasing Oatis.
"espionage" on evidence which Possibly for that reason, the
showed that he performed only noteavoided making any direct
the routine duties of a foreign reference to the Oatis case which
correspondent. would have served to link the two
'The State Denartment referred disputes.

indirectly to the Oatis case In its
sharply-worded reply to a Czech
note of July 21. protesting the
operation of Radio Free Europe, a
privately-operated American pro-
paganda station at Munich, Ger-
Brushing aside the Czech as-
sertion that Itadio Free Europe
is "inciting" Czech citizens to
espionage and crime, the note
said that the Red regime in
Prage has "demonstrated that
its conception of espionage and
crime is so sweeping" that it
covers any comment that ia not
fulsome praise for the regime.
"The operation of Radio Free
Europe is clearly not In violation
of any international agreement,"
'the note said.

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nerve complaining about "legiti-
mate criticism" from Radio Free
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SWodling's 2-Run Homer

Decides Thrilling Contest
By United Press

NEW YORK, Aug. 25 Gene Woodling's two-run
homer off Early Wynn in the seventh gave the Yankees a
S20 triumph over the Indians at Cleveland last night be-
z fore 71,760 stunned fans.
Yankee Manager Casey Sten- victory and rookie Chet Nichols
erpt with that extra help from his eighth.

'ee Woodling, got away 'with a
colossal gamble when he started
Stubby Overmire.
t was a desperation move and
It worked, although Overmire
needed collaboration from reliev-
er Joe Ostrowski who gained
credit for his sixth victory.
Ostrowski came in during
;the sixth inning when the In-
dians had runners on first and
otbird. He got the side out and
pitched a three-hitter the rest
a the way. He also singled
w ahead of Woodling's homer.
The Yankee victory evened the
:three-game series and cut the
.Tribe's American League lead to
,two full games over- the New
The Chicago White Sox kept
wthe Boston Red Box from gaining
on the pacesetters by downing
-them, 3-2, in a Comiskey Park
-night game as Lou Kretlow hurl-
Sed a five-hitter for his fifth suc-
Eddie Robinson drove in two
runs with a double and single.
The Red SBox are now five games
behind tfie Indians;
In other American League
games the St. Louis Browns top-
ped the Philadelphia Athletics,
5-3, in a Sportsman Park night
game on Ned Garver's seven-hit-
ter and Sherman Lollar's homer.
The Washington Senators again
drubbed the Detroit Tigers, 10-7,
M at Briggs Stadium as Eddie Yost
I and Gil Coan each got three hits
,w afti Mike McCormick got a grand
Slam home run.
W,, Garver. spotting the Athlet-
,- Ics a 3-0 lead in the first frame
on Gus Zernial's 28th homer,
jfso had to contend with 1,500
grandstand managers who were
:Wfficially nam e 4 assistant
coaches by President Bill Veeck.
Two of the fan coaches were
taken off the field coaching lines
orders from American League
I Kaideht Will Harridge who also
Ya't permit Manager Zack Tay-
Sto sit on top the Browns' dug-
Otft in a rocking chair.
.-jhe -Brooklyn Dodgers stayed
seven and one-half games ahead
4i Sthe sizzling New York Otanta-
in the senior circuit with a bril-
liantly pitched three-hit 1-0 vic-
tory by Ralph Branca over the
'i Chicago Cubs in an Ebbets Field
a night game after the Giants had
won their 12th straight game,
6-5, in the afternoon at the Polo
Grounds on Bobby Thomson's
daring slide home in the ninth
The Braves twice topped the
Cincinnati Reds. 5-1 and 2-1, in a
twinight doubleheader at Boston
as-Warren Spann pitched his 16th

The Pittsburgh Pirates won a
5-1 decision from the Philadel-
phia Phillies in a Shibe Park arc-
light game when Murry Dickson
copped his 17th game and Gus
Bell hit his first grand slam hom-
er of his career.
Peewee Reese's single, a Cub
error and Jackie Robinson's
double gave the Dodgers all the
margin they needed as Branca
struck out ten and walked none
while facing only 29 men in
winning his eleventh game.
Thomson scored the Giants'
deciding run on an infield tap by
pinchhitter Dave Williams to sec-
ond baseman Solly Hemus who
threw to the plate just as the
fleet Bobby crashed in and
knocked the ball away from
catcher Bob Scheffing.
Thomson, Alvin Dark and Wil-
lie Maya each got three hits for
the New York Nationals.
Spahn gave up nine hits as
Sam Jethroe hit a first game
Brave homer and in the second
contest Nichols yielded only four
hits a" Sibby Sisti tripled in the
winning run in the ninth. The
Braves moved into a fourth place
tie with the Phillies ahead of the

Swimming (lasses

To Be Conducted

At Silver City

0. S. Alphonse. director, Silver
City Swimming Pool, has an-
nounced that swimming classes
will be conducted at the Silver
City Pool commencing August 27
and extending throughout the
school year.
These classes will be conducted
under the auspices' of the Physi-
cal Education and Recreation
Branch of the Division of Schools
and will include an extensive pro-
gram offering swimming lessons
to boys and girls as well as adults
having Canal Zone privileges.
Classes will be conducted by
swimming instructor 0.. S. Al-
phonse and assistant instructor
0. Murrell. There will be classes
for beginners, intermediates and
advanced swimmers, as well .as
life saving and water safety
All persons desirous of joining
classes should enroll at the Pool
office as soon as possible.
On September 3, a group of ad-
vanced swimmers will conduct a
water show, including many nov-
elty events and water polo.




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Faces In

The M-jors


Bob Schults

Burgin Pommels

Sparring Mates

In Final Prep

Eddie Burgin continued to
wreak havoc with his sparring
partners during workouts. Yes-
terday he put away two tough lo-
cal lads in one round each.
Burgin first went to work on
Sam Langford II and knocked
him out in the first round of their
sparring session. Later, Alfonso
Perkinson-who was ready to
work three rounds'with the hard-
hitting Ohioan-was forced to
quit with a dislocated shoulder.
It has been reported that a Co-
lon physician prescribed two
months inactivity for Perkinson.
Yesterday's was the final hard
workout for the visitor and he
seemed rarin' to go.

Meanwhile, Federico Plummer
-the local 126-pound champion
who meets Burgin tomorrow night
at the Colon Arena-also seemed
to be in the best shape of his
brilliant career as he rounded out
his preparation.
Betting on the fight has in-
creased and the odds have drop-
ped to even money. Local fight
fans can be assured of plenty of
action when these two young
gladiators step into the ring to-

Tickets are already on sale at
the Colon Arena and the night
train that leaves Colon tomorrow
will be held up one hour to ac-
commodate fight fans.
A six-round semifinal between
hard-hitting 135-pounder Joe
rAndrmde and speedy Carlos Wat-
son plus a six-round 126-pound
special between Vicente Werrell
and Black Bill and a four-round
preliminary between Rodolfo Am-
pudia and Al Stewart complete
the program.

Several Changes

Made In Doubles

Tourney Schedule

Changes have been made in the
schedule of the Spalding Doubles
Tennis Tournament being held at
the Panama Olympic Court.
At 8:15 a.m. Webb Hearn-Capt.
Hampton are scheduled to meet
David Halman-Ernesto Pinate
and at 9:30 a.m. George Motta-
Lt. Claude Luke tackle Croeslyn
Yesterday's scheduled match
between the Omphroy brothers
and Bill Hele-Jullo Pinilla was
postponed on account of wet
This afternoon Willis-Delvalle
-are slated to play Frank Hladky-
Howard Spaulding.

Playground Sports
The Cristobal Playground was
the scene of constant activity as
approximately 200 children gath-
ered around charcoal burners for
a picnic of hot dogs and all the
trimmings at eleven o'clock on
Thursday, August 23. Soda pop
and ice-cream finished the feast.
After a full hour of intake, the
amount consumed registered 70
pounds of ho' dogs, 45 dozen
buns. one gallon of mustard, one
gallon of catsup, six pounds of
onions, 150 dozen cookies and 350
boxes of ice cream.
This picnic winds up the sum-
mer recreational program of Cris-
tobal under the sponsorship of
Mr. Luke Palumbo and his gym-
nasium assistants and was in re-
sponse to the popular demand for
a picnic instead of the annual
sports awards.
Yesterday a party was given at
the Gatun Gymnasium for the
children regularly taking part in
the Physical Education and Re-
creation Branch vacation pro-

Gulfstream Park
Huncher's Heaven

HALLANDALE. Fla., Aug. 25.
-'NEA ---Gulfstream Park has
been good to hunch players.
Santa Claus once won the
Christmas Handicap named af-
ter Kris Kringle. Black Pepper
bagaed the Senator Pepper 'Cat
h ish coDoed the St. Patrick-
Day Purse.

VEWCK'S MIDGET Bill Veeck's latest In St. Louis Is a three-foot seven-loch Ed GaOdel. The)
26-year-old Chicago Lilliputian, pinch-hitting for Frank Saucier; led off for the Browns In a
game with the Tigers. Bob Cain walked the little wretch, of course,. and Jim Delsing ralS for
him. The catcher on his knees is Bob Swift, the umpire Ed Hurley. (NRA).

33rd Infantry Cops USArCa rib

1951 Basketball Tournament

Pacific Hoop League Play

Featured By Upsets; First

Half Playoff Set Tomorrow

(Second Half)
TEAMS- Won Lost Pet.
Lincoln Life .... 6 1 .857
Albrook.. ...... 4 3 .571
Royal Crown .... 3 4 .429
Mauricio ........ 1 6 .166
The league-leading Lincoln Life
team extended their margin to
two games in the fight for sec-
ond-half honors in the Pacific
Basketball Loop as they defeated
the Albrook Flyers Thursday
night to the tune of 58 to 55, in a
game that went just the opposite
to the way the experts had it fig-
One of the outstanding features
of the game was the play of the
so-called "second stringers" who
brought their team from behind
and went on to win despite the
loss of two of the star (?) players
early in the third quarter.
The game began evenly enough
with Albrook holding a single
point edge by toe end of the first
quarter and a five-point lead at
half-time, but when Wally Trout
and then Jim Brady were eject-
ed from the game for unsports-'
manlike conduct their hot-head-
edness proved to be a boon to the'
Lincoln Life team when they
were replaced with Henry Phil-
lips and Willy Simpson, both of
whom proved to be of more value
to the squad.
Simpson deserves special men-
tion for his play, especially on
defense when he recovered re-
bound after rebound to keep his
team in the fight.
For the winners George Down-
ing and Edgar Kourany account-
ed for 13 and 12 points respec-
tively, while for Albrook, Don Lee
continued his fine play as he tal-
lied 21 points, closely followed by
teammate Sol Sclafani with 20.
The second game of the eve-
ning found the Mauricio team
breaking into the win column at
the expense of a Royal Crown
team weakened by the lack of re-
placements for players lost via
the foul route.
Feature of the game was the 34
points scored by Ed Capalbo, 17
of them in the final quarter, as
he set a new scoring record for
the league. Boo Gibson account-
ed o:r 11 points for the winners,
while for R. C. Emilio Sonell led
the way with 16 points, followed
by Carlos Santos with 15.
Sunday night the Albrook Fly-
ers and the Royal Crown Soda-
men will meet In a single game to
determine the winner of the first
half of play. Both teams won
nine games while losing three
during first-half play, but all
three of the Albrook team's de-
feats were at the hands of the
Royal Crown team and If the So-
damen can muster their full
strength for Sunday's game. the
Flyers will have a tough battle on
their hands. Only one game will
be played Sunday night an this
will start at 8 o'clock with admis-
sion prices set at 25 cents.
The bo scores for Thursday's

In The

Lee .. .


Chatham ..
Ingram ......

.. 8
.. 2
.. 0
.. 1
.. 9
.. 0

Bean.. .... 1 2
Ulshaffer ...... 0 0
Fraser ....... 0 0
Totals... ......21 13
Lincoln Life- FG FT
Phillips.. ...... 0 0
Kourany. E... .... 5 2
Downing. ...... 5 3
Simpson ....... 3 0
-Brady. ..... ... 5 4
Trout. ......... 1 0
McArthur, G. .... 3 1
McArthur, E .. .. 2 0
Totals. .. .. 24 10
Score By Quarters
Lincoln Life 12 24 42
Albrook 13 29 40
Royal Crown- FG FT

Brindell ....... 6
8onell. 7
Santos .. .. ... 7
Blades .. .. 3....
Fong.. .. .. .. 0
Cells.. ........ 0
Castorina ...... 5
Totals ......... 28
Mauricio- FG
Hilzinger..... .. 3
Gibson ........ 4
Capalbo ...... 15
Presho ........ 4
Olhoeft.... .... 2
Mills....... 0
Totals .. ..... 28


Score By Quarters
Royal Crown 20 35 49
Mauricio 10 29 43

-The 33rd Ihfantry won the US-
ARCARIB basketball tournament
last night by whipping Special
Troop., 6W-49, at the Fort Clayton
gymnasium. before 2000 howling
Two previous games between
these teams resulted in one-point
decisions, but the 33rd unleashed
a power Friday night that drown-
ed the hopes of Special Troops.
The 33rd seemed to have the
game in the bag at the half, when
they were leading, 34-23, but Spe-
cial Troops still had plenty of
fight. By the start of the fourth
period' the lead had been gradu-
ally whittled until a basket by
Arnold (Special Troops) brought
his team to within two points of
a tie, 44-42.
However, the 33rd found the
range again and poured it on. A
basket by COterberg, two by Ad-
ams, one by Cunningham, and
two each by Cmorey, Thompson,
and Reed iced the game for the
het 3 &. to a, four-
point lea at Ue tart 6f the
game, but Special Troops imme-
diately tied the score and they
matched baskets until the score
was 11-11. Then the 33rd scored
seven times while holding Special
Troops. For the remainder of the
first half 33rd controlled the play
and maintained its big lead.
The 33rd's players will receive
trophies at a regimental parade
to be held on the Fort Kobbe air-
strip. Special Troops will honor
its players at a banquet.
An all-star team will be chosen
from tournament players to rep-
resent Army in the Inter-Service
Round Robin. Tentative date$ for
this tournament have beo' an-
nounced by Col. H. H. Bevington,
Special Services Officer, US. Ar-
my Caribbean.
They are: Sept. 10, Army vs.
Navy at Coco 8olo; Sept. 12, Navy
vs. Air Force at Fort Clayton;
Sept. 14, Air Force vs. Army at
Fort Kobbe; Sept. 17, Navy vs.
Army at ort Kobbe; Sept. 10, Air
Force vs. Navy at Coco Solo; Sept.
21, Air Force vs. Army at Fort



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Amerkan League
TAM- Won Lost Pet. 0.
Cleveland.. 71 44 .6 -
New York.. 76 46 .0 2
Boston I .4 S
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Wamhlarton at Detroit.
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Detroit 300 020 200- 7 13 2
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White and Swift, House.
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Cleveland... .......... 0
Philadelphia.......... 3
St. Louis .. ........ ..5
Boston ............. 2
Chicago .... .... ...

Strikes Out Six In
Inning Yet Loses

WATOONVILR, Calif., Aug.
25,--(NMA)-It's tough when a
pitcher strikes out six men in
one inning .and still loses.
That's. what happened to Ray
Smith in a softball game here.
Smith's inexperienced catcher
couldn't' hang onto his slants,
let three third-strike pitches
get past him. All three batters
got on.and scored the runs that
beat Smith. He finally got the
side out in that frame by strik-
ing out three more.

Natbuad Leap.

T5a s# *. fin.

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Today's Gisme
St. LouBs at ieVr Te t.
Chlcoo at
Pittebuargh at Fbiladeipbia.
Yesterday' Retults
St, Louis 001 C 5 11 $
New York 301 10 2 14 2
Brecheen, Bokelrn, t 1 t y
(13-13) and D. Mteik 9tflng*
Koslo, Spencr; Jons (4-B) and
Westrum, Yvars,.

Cincinnati 000 00) 001-1 0
B".to 9 010 tt0-4 I
Raftteinbrger i- -i, ramutt
and Howell; Spahn (16-11) and
Cooper, .
Cincinnati.. a&......... 1
Boston ...............
Chicago .......... .. o
Brooklyn ........ .. 1
Pittsburgh.... .. .... .. 5
Philadelphia.. ........ 1

Atlantic City, N. J.-(iSA)-
Instead of the, usual trophies,
winners of the 13 stake races at
Atlantic City this season will be
presented with a color photo-
graph of the race's finish encas-
ed in a sterling silver frame.
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U itea N whe svertd bdM. aned Introduce Mr. and
sff4e. White rose buds r lew M M Jr. w.o re-
bOwl formed UUtheC#ee 4for A NYar fthe Isthmus
the tea table wich~ ~~ts flAed Au Mr, A. f
with tall white tapers i silver the aiantmantaner of the
lrseorgCs Mmother of Their it st indeed Mr.
M s s ry'e. Ian- rd S U Ad L Mrs. Mr.
le r Mdar.R OrtsO AKnne DresO, Mr. and Mrs, RWater
SO ol mPaam thony w prertChandRer, Mr. *and M rL. 6.
sent alone with MMrs. lobMrt Craml, MandM A.a Mrb.
Le 4 D, Mn DereskLauptan, Mrs.Mr. ane s Mr. by, Mr. andr
JiSo A. Bal, Mrs. Humberto i, H i M. finnegan, Mr. and
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nMrs. 0Ubr tMorlan)e I 4. M'o S.D. nselbf, Ur. ,' C.
ley K i, Mrs.. 4 gnaD Mrs. Hedges, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Ralph uke, Mrs. HrertTo- Henrique, Mr. and Mrs. Herman
dao. Mrs.a d Toledano, H pentluez, Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Mrs. NWs&r nlcuttt, Mrs. Nown Mr. and Mrs. W. Peril
Cliford Maduro, Mrs. Kenneth Humphreys, Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Delvalle, Mrs. Anthony Fernmn*f R. Hunnicutt, Captain and Mrs.
diz Mrs. F. L. Alexa&0i6. Mrs Hu- Lyle L4 Koepke. Mr. and Mrs. C.
in Arela, Mrs. % Mr. Mailer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mot-
Anita Neff, Mrs.TIoed Work- ta, Captain and Mrs. William
man, Mrs. John b erhaslettr Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph .
Mrs. "nk1 X. Zitnt. Mrs. Noonan, Mr. and Mrs. James
JamesCain, Mr.Mn Henrl- Plala, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel D.
ques, M. Idward J, rl Puller. Colonel and Mrs. James
M. Marcel Garigoire Mrs.lun Pumpelly, Mrs. Rosemary Rear-
A. Nfies, Mra. FabiAn PintMrs. don, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. seearas,
Percival Albersa, Mrs. Julio N- Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stokes,
no, Mrs. Errol Phto. Mrs. Jam Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Sturgil,
Ford, Mrs. ord, an M Mr. and Mrs. P. van Dam. Mr.
Lfia, Thelma, Olga and Irmn and Mrs. X. F. o ilmerdlng. Mr.
Leignadier, Mise lierdi a Herre- and Mrs. C. W. Wirts, and Mr. and
ra, Miss Margaret Dagnall, Mss Mrs. Frank X. Zeimetz.
VelmaRosanla, Misae Vilma and -
Nancy sso, M OlGaconda Ap- Prominent Visitor Addresses
laya, MI Margaret eMKePe, Crlstbali-Colon Rotary Club
MsMaria ropolus, iss Yo- Mr. Claude Courand, special
landaPeflaherrera, Miss Ann Ma-assistant to Mr. George Whyte,
rie Henriquez, the Mss Blanca Director of the American Repub-
and Yolanda Beverhoudt, Miss lie Divislo nof the Office of In-
Jane DeBoyle, Miss Lotte Stev- ternational Trade, United States
enson, Miss iolanda Van der Department of Commerce, a
DiJs, Miss Thelma Herrera Mim member of the United States del-
unny Morland, the Missesran- egatlon to the second meeting of
cs and Cecllsa Alexaitis, Miss the Inter-American Economic
Sophia Yhap. and Misss Carmren nd Social Council now meeting
and Josefa Calogne and Miss Rae here was the guest speaker at the
Melhado. meeting of the Cristobal-Colon
Rotary club at the Strangers'
Wedding Reception Club Thursday noon. Mr. Charles
At Hotel Washigton H. Whitaker, American vice con-
Miss Ruth Koller, who arrived sul at Colon, Introduced the
on the Isthmus last week from speaker. Mr. Courand gave a very
her home in Sans Margretbden, complete picture of the problems
Switzerland. and Frans J. Arts faced by the United States in its
of the Royal Netherland Steam- efforts to supply the Latin Amer-
ships lines in Cristobal were mar- ican republics with essential ex-
ried at the District Court Thurs- ports under the present defense
day at 2:30. p.m. They were at- program; and brought out many
tended by Mr. and Mrs. R. Amel- items of interest concerning this
unxen. program.
They entertained with a re- President Edward MacVittie-
ception at the Hotel Washington welpome=4Mr. Daulto Mann, Jr.,
Thursday' evening and the growp assistant manager for PanamA
present-included Mt. and Mrs. P. 'Agencjes, as a new member of
van Dam, Mr. andMrs. William the club. Guests of the club who
Goebtrtus, Mr. and Mrs. van der attended the luncheon and meet-
Zoeo, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Zuydena, Ing Included Mr. Claude Courand,
Mr. Dirk Zamderkaay, and Mr. the Honorable Charles H. Whit-
Oscar Bejarano. aker, George Hogg. Rotarian
from San Josek Costa Rica, Laur-
Cocktail Party Given tn ence Breece, Rotarian from Pan-
Welcome Mr. and Mrs. Mann ama City and ChiefSurveyor for
Mr. Albert G. Deisz, manager American Bureau of Shipping,
of the Panama Agencies compa- Samuel Young and Joe Harring-

ton, P manam or, J esa p id,
.crOtaryf at
SiF etoct wo the Rfatroei
ajtmlnalea Iureau wananA
a Captatna
S.'N., xeeutive
r the Naval Hospital 04


*k d toe 8J. Pana-
has been t
the puat three weel
i tmre to si0 Cincinnati. ,
w ret she U ent her hesenior
S~St at the university

new aby. daughp"
It Mrs her. Fred Wit-
turnd toetuo, wit be among
he rer re turn aboad
sixteen the Moni M
WlUlo~h+% left the -sthmus Jul
s anw been the guest ofe
L / Mrs. William P. Hoff-
mOer ofchemical Center, Mary-
land near Baltimore. Chaplain
Hoffneyer left the Isthmus in
1904 when he was Chief of Chap-
lains here. Chaplain and Mrs,
offmneyer and their daughter
sther, met Miss Wlolughby at
the dock in New Yor kand re-
turned to New York with her at
he departure andspent two days
sightein there. Miss Willough-
by aind s Hoffmeyer spent a
nia, where they were the guests of
Mrs. Harry Willoughby.
Bus Transportation
To Be Discussed
transportation for school chil-
at a special meeting of the Gatun
at the Gatun Clubhouse Monday
at 7:30 pm.. All parents of school
children and any other residents
who are interested are urged to
attend this meeting.
Thete's a Reason
DETROIT, (UP) One reason
why automobile company test
drivers are more careful than av-
erage motorists is that they often
are driving experimental vehicles
worth more than $75,000.


OncoiFI..I. cs

Giving factual eva
"the Government of the N
States has recognized _
portance of exports to
economies of frienlW
nations and has t up
government ae es to
Claimants for them,
Courand of the nd
Department of C
members of theCristoa
at tObOCmtp
the dscussIons takin
Committee II during I
rent meeting of the t-
American bonom a4
Council in Panaiu "a *
signed to produce a frnma
that, wllprovid for t n
effective cooperatition with
these agencies to lin ha- t
Latin America will rcei an
equitable of available carce
materials or products.
Courand, assistant to theo;d.
rector of the American Re-
publis Branch of the Office of
international Trde in the U.
S. Department of Comm .fr
And a member of the .
delegation to the X0080C meet-
ting underway at the Hotel 2l
Panama, is pictured above as
he addressed the Rotarians.
Despite the fact-that "we
are now entering a period when
Increasingly tight situations
will develop for a limited num-
the Office of International
Trade licensing policy has as-
sured a flow of exports, through
normal trade channels to Latin
America, far in excess ot the
previously self-imposed limita-
tions of many countries, and
above the normal levels of
"The prodigious increase In
our productive capacity during
the war and the $15 to $20 bil-
lion annual capital investment
since the war places the United
States in a position to absorb
much of the impact of the De-
fense Program and still supply
civilian and foreign needs at a
very high level, Courand stated.

Twins Present Draft
Selection Problem
HARTFORD, Conn. Aug. 25
(UP) A Solomon was needed
by the state appeal board to rule
in the case of twins who applied
for draft deferment.
Both Donald I. and Edward W.
Oppenheimer were employed on
their father's farm. The rules
specified that only one could be
Their dad was asked who was
more valuable at home. He could
not say.
Finally, the board tapped Don-
ald because he signed up for the
draft just ahead of his brother
and therefore had a lower order


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on, he is nobut tsheay than t ta world's ay allotted to his re-relaxing," he
hearsals. In order to et heading lady climbs six floors four times look-
lo ti of from e parent of the timage (thren- ng for the Usher n Charge of
orry. It'll other. she Is given starting blocks Keys.
rnouned s two, and) trek coan helax. This plays
iso a star havoc with the Hollywood star By airtime, everybody looks
producer, who has to say: 'Walt till you see like Fred Allen. Everybody Is as-
and writ- this beautiful doll, so poised4 so sured that as soon as the red light
ogr finds we-reedl goes on at the stapt of the pro-
rith tech- The doors open. she Is let-pro- gram, a little hidden cell of adre-
writers or polled onstage: disheveled, nalin will pour resources of ener-
h t rearran makeup smeared the siptar still un-
done n panting. Sher, he hawful,s to
the Berle but n e has just set a world's re-
w or other cord.
its a dress An hour before aduc time. theac-
It starts, tor has a whole hour to relax. BE AUTIFUI
iew script ("Don't worry, It'll be all right I")
t: "There He of course, must eat, dress,nd
Smade." make up and be ready visit an hours.
loose. ... the rest of the time (three
mnouneed seconds) he can relax. --- i11i
soundman The cameras can't move as fast
ang place, as the humans and se-the prob-
go a page len has been solved by putting
time, the thousands of cameras all over the
rearrange stage. When the star runs from
one scene to another, he has to
run an obstacle course, dodging j
begins at cameras., ducking booms, hurd-
md of re- Hag legs. tripping over wires and
rop men. cables, wheels and visitors.

a. trafontng the actor Me
bell of fire.
The show go on and the
:or's only ouee of hope
.he fact that he only has to w
half the time. The other
cameras will cut off his
The show ise over and "Idbm
he Is aloke, hounded by an
iaptleatn usher anxious tto |
the dressing room door and r
So stay west. young man.
west. Or you too will come b
to Hollywood convinced
"Movies are better than ever."

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FOR SALE:-Neorly new mahogc
double bed and matching spri
2 "405 Tivoli Avenue, Ancon.
'FOR'S ALE:-Mahogany chest, m
''hogany rockers, Simmons ei
chair. Mixmoster, toaster, wc
bench. House 1546-B, Almond
S'" Gavilon Area, Balboa.
S- FOR SALE:-1951 Crosley 4-burr
electric range. Automatic oven a
other features. 60 cycle. 9-B, 6
St. New Cristobol.
-":OR SALE:-9 Ft. 25 cycle Westir
house refrigerator, $150.00. 35
B New Cristobal. Phone 3-164
FOR SALE: Universal outoma
'* electric stove and Westinghou
table top automatic Hot Wa
Heater. Both excellent condition
Telephone Panama 3-1850.
FOR SALE:-2 piece maple living
room suite. 3 oak rocking chai
Lawn furniture, 8 in. circle so
4 in. joiner and mortising m
chine with 4- h. p., 25 cycle m
tor. Tel. 5395. House 148 Gatu
C. Z.
FOR SALE:-Eureka Vacuum Clea
ncr, complete with attachment
$45.00. 1 Sunbeam mixmast
with juicer $20.00. Both excelle
condition. Telephone 86-4218.

FOR SALE:-6 Strand Bamboo Li
ingroom suite, mahogany dinin
room suite, bed, night table, thr
pair drapes with Matching B
Spread, misc. items. 1401-A, Ca
a St., Baibooa, C. Z.

FOR SALE:-Portable Singer Sewii
Stmachine, good condition, 25 or
'ycle. Kenmore vacuum clean
all parts, 25 cycl 4 ivory venetian
blinds. Mahogany long table, cab
~v net below. 4 wood stools. Odd fu
niture. Sunday August 26th. 8
,n, m. to 6 p. m. Curundu 2101-B

FOR SALE-New solid silver Peruvi
925 coffee tea set six pieces i
c. eluding large serving troy. beo
tiful. Comusso design and war
manship. Cost $400.00 will s
,~,. for $225.00 cash, # 566- 43
Street. Telephone 3-0696.

FOR SALE: Two sets of carpe
ec, h set consisting of two ca
* post one set for $25, the oth
for $75 open to offers. Pho
SPanone 2-0027 or 3-0763.

FOR SALE: G. E. refrigerator,
" cycle, good condition, $45 .00,
porch shades, venetian blinds.
electric faon, reasonable. Hou
1448-C, Balboa. Telephone

Real Estate
- FOR SALE:-Property 16,520 s
meters of lond located on Tran
nr isthmian highway, 7 miles fro
the city opposite Lions Club Agr
0- culture School (Colonia Infantil
'" It has more than 350 fruit tree
water well with a pump that sen
the water to a concrete basin
1.650 cubic feet, a house, chick
shed, etc. For information cc
STel. 2-2244 (Ponomc) or
ask for Mr. Jimmy Mondorakas
FOR SALE:-Adjoining lots in "L.
Cumbres, totaling 910 M2. plumi
ing and electricity available, a
tractive price. Call Panama
,, FOR SALE:-Lct in El Coco 1072
M. Phone 3-0427 Pnoamao.

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.d tools of every de-
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In Unaccountable PBY Crash

ATLANTA, Aug. 25 (UP)-A eyrve flier who had been OR4
N d kvy =n amnsaid 4r two-week tour of duty. rano
r te cau Q of a 6 A end of a runway an .'4
1tl bomber crah ThursdaY takft and plumisn sted a* #
ntiht that killed eight "week- 60-foot embarkonht it1'n.
e arriors" has not been de- derbruah. II .In
ter ined. T-e craft, loaded wit 1# 0
The plane apparently was'in glion6 Of gflai9., burst nto
good running, condition when it flames that towered sevene
started from the Naval Air Sta- hundreds of feet high M.Ot of
tion here Phortly after 8,p. m. the bodies were charred.
for an all-night celestial navi- The Navy announced the fol.
gation exercise at Shreveport, lowing list of casualties in ad-
La. *ditlon to Calhoun, all from U.h
Lt. (Jg) Harold B. Calhoun. Atlanta re:.
hhi AwA f9 huAvi -time.. U__ ^I. T+e Lt".

IVRK SALE MISb.ncLLANE UU u bn scheduled forth flight eeorge A. VonGj Lt. Jo
1 iePRORbut d a thtrip at
Automobiles ou have i.. drinking problemI) PHIips e4c cottages, Santa Clara. PROF SIONAL b a h fote p t C A n eecro
AWrmiite y-Botta.gPhoesthelastmoment for the ex- man iC Alex G. &utraud: Avla-
Write Alcohelic Anorymoe Be 435. alboa. Phone Pono perence ton to
any :OR SALE:-1947 Buick Super Se- Bo 2031 Amn. C.Z.-1 Cristobol 3.1673.. alhoun' wife was at the' Edward C. mitaphe; Amateo20
ng. donette. See Cdr. Carpenter at 3.was a"tt -e da C 3-& tcs 3We7. e L .Tho base at the t o the crah m Gree and
Joint Weather Unit Albrook. Phone You hove heard of the Boston Bar., Grmiich'a -: Santa Clarae beach: .BA i -A4 e but didnotwitesen and Aviation
office 2237, home 7108. Now is the time to drop in. George, .cot*qes. 'Eectric Ice boxes. gas OVRh lane, manned by re-
no-- -- originally at El Rancho, is there tovKi moderate rates. Phone 6., m reMoro
asy FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac 4 Door, to give you the best of service. 541) o4-567 INI .W e .
ork 15.000 miles, radio. # 106, Cen- Drinks at half-pieo Monday ard AjN A CLARA, ed WPAINTS
St. trial Avenue, room 24, PonomA. Thu.rsdo from p. m. to 7 p SANTA CLARA are pricedO R
FOR SALE:-'38 Oldsmobile $250. m Welcome to Army, Navy nd' andRecreational Suburbion Develo-
ner Good tires and running condition. r force personnel- meant. Building Lots at Reasonable Why nf I ave money
:nd Telephone 2-1334 or 5533-D, We notify our aviculturist custom- Prices. Overnight cabins at $2.00 thebest o COS B Cs
th. Diablo. ers that we have just received a person.: AKlo Carte Restaurant, 7 to.
SFOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 98 convert- new shipment of the insurmount- II P. M. GEO. F. NO EY, Inc.
ible 1949 model, Hydrmatic. 5 sole ut Pep feed which Crio s on Wil nta CrBeach Cottages. 279 Central A. All Canal Zone r who know to the natives as "blue
i Brand new WSW tires, motor, be- Two bedrooms, -rigidaires, Rack-
3 Brand new WSW tires, motor, b- 61 'B" Avenue. The prices, an e. 30140.plan trips to Costa Rica within mosquitoes."
8. excellent condition, dutypaid. kind, in 100 Lb. sock $6.70. 25 gas ranges. Balboa 23050. If you'd rather read this than the next six months are advised In clearings close to the forest,
tic 3535 or Pnomo 3-1025. b. sock $1.70. FO R ITogle pretty Jane Easton, you by the.Health Bureau to be vac- along highways through the for
ti 3se- BBids ib35 or Panama 3-1025. e rv I ALf might as well be told that she is cinated against yellow'fever be-esat. or where trees are felled,
wter FOR SALE-1950 Oldsmobile # 88 e received in the office LA DI N a RKO Radio Star. She's purty, fore departure unless they have these mosquitoes will attack hu-
n 4 door sedon with al accessories, of e Generl Manager, Commis- Apartm nt A e? been vaccinated within the past an beings on the ground in the
$2.000.00. 827-D. Empire St., sary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z.,-Mfoury years.aytime.
Balboa, C. Z. until 3:00 p, m., Friday, Septem- ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS KEROSENE Mantle Lamp ou"years. ayti-e.
l ,g- ber 14, 1951, when they will be Modem furnished-unfurnished apart 60 Candle Power of Modern White rea Capt me n t i e Brownsame disease as ta
rs. FOR SALE-1949 Ford Six, Custom opened in public, for furnishing ment. Contact office No. 806, 10th Light. Burns 50 Hours On Ia of rek of yellow ever among the which once w so comm n
w. De Luxe. 4 Door $1,085.00. G. E. 450,000 pounds, or alternatively St. New Cristobol. Phone 1386. Co. Kerosene.U 4% AIR- y 6% -Al rural population of the eastern ties especially seaports and on
o- Radio, $30.00. Phone 2-3550 or 225,000 pounds of Fine Granulat- Ion. cannOSExplAbsolutelreao gner It AS section of Costa Rica where sev- sailing ships and the early types
o- 4-113. ed Sugai. Forms of proposal, with R RETator or pump. No Smoke or Odor. eral deaths have been reported. of steam vessels.
full particulars, may be obtain- R ENT:-Apartment, livingroom, So Simple a Child Can Oprate It

lThe following schedule is main- the disappearance -of the old
inf FOR SALE: Studebaker Starlight ed in the office of the Supply & diningroom, bedroom, terrace, gor- Inflll I M Mnmge Yellow fever vaccinations are Eradication of the urban mo--
1950. Excellent condition, white- Service Director, Balboo Heights, age, maid's room. Via Porras No. $9.95 Lowest Price uh IIIgiven free by the Health Bureau. quito. Aedes Aegypti, has caused
n- walls, extras, maroon $1,375.- or of the General Manager, Cm 64. Tel. 3-1863. ever Offered In Panam aptainJohn B BrwonUSNtaieheeeah u e e e u f the
ts, 00. Phone 2-3193. missary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z. FOR RENT:-Completely furnished All P A b a stoplight construction officer offices: f ellow f ever cannotse. be controlle
er FOR SALE: Poritioc Sedan 1949, CURUNDU NURSERY SCHOOL two-bedrbom apartment, two baths, and former supervisor of ship- bymosquito eradication
nt black, 4-door, 8 tube radio and Will the parents of new pupils who garage. Six months available Sep- On Sale In All HARDWARE and building and inspector of ord- Board of Health Laboratory: 8y) mosquito eradicaton.
new seat covers. 17,000 actual wish to start their children in Nur- temb*r 5th. Call 3-0972 for ap- FURNITURE Store nance at the Fore River Ship- am. till 10 Tuesdays. During the course of the epide-
v rar condition inside sery School at the beginning of Sep- ointment. Distributors: yard. Fore River, Mass., has re- Health Office. Panama: 1 p.m. mic as it crossed the Republic of
av- nd out. Give away price of only member register them now at the FOR RENT: If looking for refined WON CHAN, A. ported for duty as Industrial to 3:30 p.m. Monday and Fri- Panama from November 1948 t
g- .u... and duiy paid. This is Community Building, Curundu. Chil- surroundings to live come to house on s. A o t rict Headquar at iteenth Naval Dis days. June 1951. In a westward move-
ee the car buy of the year. May be dren may enter from 2, years. 82, Avenida Porras. Lovely apart- C6 Tel t Health Office, Colon: 1 palvem. to the Costa RicBayan bord iver in the
ed seen by appointment at the Ft. Hours 8.00 a. until 1 o.m. ent completely furnished. Beauti- Panam 95 Central Ave. Captain Brown reeves Captainvi ro
mr Davis Exchange Garage, phone Ft. Monday thru Friday. Telephone 83- ful view, large grounds. Tel. 2-1117 Worthington S. Bitler, USN,: who 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. 1Province ofBoCas del Toro, seven
Davis 467. 2168, transportation provided. _left Thursday for dutyas Assist- The so-called "Jungle type" fatalities in the Republic were
FOR RENT:-941 Ford $300. Good FOR RENT-Beginning September ant Industrial Manager at the yellow fever cases have recently positively diagnosed as caused by
S tires, motor. Box 85 Dibo. Phone FOR SALE 5th, apartment with all modern r n U.S. Naval Base, Jacksonville, Fla. occurred in the Provinces of Li- yellow fever. I
S 2-2810 3:30 to 4:30 weekdays one FOR SALE conveniences in "El Coanreo." A During his tour of duty inAnnouncesthe mn andHeridia, Costa Rca. A case diagnosed clinically by
20 --- -3-- 3isellakousa Consist of 3 bedrooms, livingroom, C anal Zone. Captain Bitler was The disease apparently, is head- protection tests recovered in Al-
r, FOR SALE:- 1947 Oldsmobile 98 Miscellaneous diningroom, 2 bathrooms, maid's Ad r al n responsible for the repair and re- northwest toward the Province of mirante Hospital in June 1951.
an convertible. Excellent condition. FOR SALE:-Fine-bred Puppies, 10 room, garage, hot water, etc., tele- fitting of many Navy vessels, Alajuela as well as not ard to- The infection in this case
i- Duty paid. Qtrs. 542-D, Cocoli. weeks old. Vilor family. End of 9th phone 2-1456, Panama. i a a ts cludi g the Essex-type aircraft ward the Nicaraguan boundary however, was undoubtedly ac-
r- St. Barriada PanamA America Huican V tIfls carriers which must be stripped lne quired at a cacao plantation on
a WANTED Lefevre Park. FOdR SA LE down in order to navigate the the Costa Rica side of the boun-
WA AL navigate Jungle yellow fever has been dary line, in the vicinity of Nieve-
Mothers, JUMPING-JACK Children ats & Motor. British G LONDON, Aug. 25 (LPS)- The n After his graduation from the recognized since 1932 as being cita.
Miscelaneous shoes give young feet the right Boats & Motors British Government has gi Naval Academy, Captain Browm carried by monkeys and possibly
n WANTED TO start, from cradle to 4 years, sold FOR SALE: Motor bo 20 700000 to help hurricane victims tookpost-graduate studies ato- other forest mammals, transmit- The last human fatality in Pa-
n- WANTED TO BUY- Underwood exclusively at BABYLANDIA, No. FOR LE M boa20 footn Jamaica. ted both to these animals and to nama occurred at the Almrante
u- typewriter, Standard Model, good 40. 44th Street, Bella Vista, Tel. overall equipped for fishing, new lubi nsumentaln formu- man by the tree-top mosquitoesHospitalIn April 1951.
k- condition. Phone Balboa 2-3173 3-1259. condition. 465 Balboa Yacht Club. British Colonial' Secretary, He wa i ndustriumenal n formuobiliz man by the tree-top mosquitoes, Hospital n Apri 1951.
ell WANTED: Washing machine- 25 Inquire 752-C, Balboa/ Road. James Griffiths, has also a ppeal- rating an industrial mobilization
rd WANTED: Washing machine, 25 FOR SALE :-Four good W/S/W tires FOR SALE: Cushm'n "Husky" maed for publicadonations to theuJa- survey of the shirand boatayards
rd cycle. Phone 3536 (Navy number, andtubes, 50 x 6, 6 ply, re- wheel motor Soot y can Hurricane Relief Fun the e witha 503 more 503 more 503 ore
Pacific Side). traded. Tel, Balboa 1463. wheel moto Scooter. Vry good He said that damage amounis to their twoopeatilVe use In'hime 10
Paii e.tedd e.Blo-43-.... condition. New tires. See anytime, to millions of pounds and will of complete mobilization for war.
WANTED: Late model Cushmon FOR SALE:--4 Venetian Blinds 49" "718-B, Prado, Balboa. take many years to repair. Numbers of naval vessels were
or Salsbury motor scooter, must be wide, $35.00. May be seen Sun-"u tee r --rgnt c -------- _eds to st d e dt
good condition, reasonable price day a. m. 822-B,EmpirseeBalboaun- FOR SALE:---Johnson Seahorse ut- "But there are urgent needs to constructeid or reesined at Fore
ier Call 2-1787 Panama. After 5:30 board motor 9.6 H. P. also Surf be met now. The Injured must be River during Capt. Brown's ad-
ne P. M. and Sunday 3-2126. FOR SALE: Doberman pinschers Boat. Telephone Panama 3-0427. cared for, thehomeless sheltered ministimposedbythetion.
t Od blacks-reds. Cristobal 3-1T284. "the authorties in Jamaica Korean conflict was taken .in
S Position Offered OR SALE-Singer sewng foot ma- FOR RENT civil and military, have risen stride. +nr lt n
S_ _-- chine. Underwood typewriter, Rooms splendidly to the occasion under Captain eBrownrmertogeheMary L. Rosswith
4 WANTED:-Two barbers to work on youth's bed, baby crib, stroller, OOIm the energetic leadership of the his wife, the former Mary L.Ross,
1 Army Post. If interested contact Phone Governor. of Ardmore, Pa. and two children,
e bArmyber concessionaintere at building Pho 916 Colon. FOR RENT:-Clean comfortable fur- Miss Patricia Ross. 23 and John' 0
,e barber concessionaire at building ......Pa t
2- 202, Ft. Gulick. FOR SALE:-Riding horse and saddle nished rooms, maid service, high- "Both the army and the navy Madison. 17, presently a senior at
for children $65.00, bunk beds ly recommended, No. 5, I St., op- are doing magnificent work and Episcopal Alexandria, Va., will th
S I F O SS without springs or mattress, $40.- posite Tropical Theatre. Tel. 2- help is being given by the Red reside at quarters "I," Fifteenth ffiat speak
"________ ^00, white kitchen work bench 1541, Cross, by the St. John Ambulance Naval District Headquarters, re- .
LESSONS:-New pupils will be re- $15.00. Phone Balboa 3321. Brigade and other voluntary ser- servation. for e ve
ceived Sept. 4, at Individual School. FOR SALE: Boxer Puppies, tho- Help Wanted ices andicalso by the United ECONOSOC for emse
Call Hoffmon 4-553. roughbreds Males $60.00. Females WANTED- Maid for light house-, Appeals for immediate sub- o-
sq. Classical Pianist! Learn to glamorize $50. Immediate delivery. 5337- work and care baby. Must live antial assistance are alsomade GROUPS '
s- popular songs in modern profes- D, Davis St., Diablo. Apply Fuller Brush Store, No. 18 today by Sir Harold Allan, Ja-nd (Continued from Page 1)
Dm sional style. Short course. Christen- "J" street, Panama. maican Minister of Finance, and (Contined from ae 1)of
ri- sen system. Bennett's Piono Studio it i the Bishop of Jamaica, both of
l. Juan B. Sosa No. 9. Tel. 2-1282 penniless" Reclusewhom are in London at the mo- they adopt a general price con- Last month THE PANAMA
ds round o Well-Of T Go Chvicag oJathS ment, trol system it should apply both AMERICAN carried 2910
ds d Be Wel-O ic go YouthsThe Governor of Jamaica, Sir to imports and exports, so that c
of Anient* atle Axe Feared Hugh Foot, has received this mes- controls could be removed at the classified ads as compared
Ancient BINGHAMTON, N Y. A 25 earedLost sage of sympathy from King same time. to 2407 in all other daily
en BINGHAMTON, N. Y.v Aug. 25 George: The Committee-on Transpor-
SEvidence of Vikings d Welfare investigators n Carib Blow "The Queen and I are greatly station today approved a resolu- papers in Panami com-
uable articles when they looked NEW ORLANS, Aug. 25 (UP) whdistressedhas ohear of the disaster information to all theneesuday bined
AMES W. BreckenrIowdge, a professor )-R. through the home of a 76-year- -The Coast Guard broadcast and send our deep sympathy to transportation problems of the
os W. Breckenrldge, a professor at old man who said he was penni- an emergency alert over the all in the island who have suffer- American countries with a view
b- Iowa state college, said an an- less. Caribbean today for three ed from It" to being able to supply immedi-
t- cient battle axe which he disco- The recluse had applied for ad- Chicago youths in a 28-foot e romt. _____e in case of an emerge
3- ered in a private museum at Iowa mission to the county home and ketch who haven't been heard the transportation requirementsJ n
Falls, Ia.. might be evidence that was removed to city hospital from since July 27. They may India Will Not of a defense program. 503 more 503 more 503 m re
Vikings were in Iowa in the 14th when investigators found he was have been caught in a 130- The group urged that this in- more 503 m re
century. helplessly ill from rheumatism mile-an-hour hurricane which Attend Jap Peace formation be secured by staffs of
His theor b ht a r onsand arthritis. swept the Caribbean. technical experts "as soon as pos- _
His theory brought a response The searchers found: $500 in The coast gard asked all PirleV In US sible."
from 15 individuals who had bills hidden in books, $300 In ships in the western Caribbean rley in U Yesterday conference officials
come across similar axes. some of change in jars and cans placed from the Yucatan Channel to
them buried in river bottoms and about the farm house, $270.74 n the PanamaCanal to look for NEW DELHI, Aug. 25 (UP)- said the meeting was proceeding
others long-forgotten among fa- silver and pennies in a 10-quart the ketch Drake, on which te India will not attend the Japan- "very satisfactorily" and that to-
milv treasures. milk pail hidden in the attic. youths sailed. The hurricane ese peace treaty conference difficual t problems on many of pr thc-
One pioneer Iowa resident told pure linens, sheets of old stamps swept across the Yucatan opening in San Francisco Sept. df4.. ally been reached."

used in the 1800s. Frontier stores, The elderly man was to be The youths were Charles ence, which s expected to Officials saidthe fine work of
he said. hung the axe shaped transferred to the county home Stration, 14, and Murray Wight, divide into a strident minority thecommittees may enable the
cutters on hinges over doorways as soon as he became well 23. Mrs. E. W. Stratton of Wil- led by the Russian delegates, conference to advance its origin-
as a symbol of their trade, enough, but welfare officials were mette, Ill., asked the coast and an overwhelming majority al target date of Sept. 1.
stumped over what to do with his guard to help her find her son already l ined up behind the The second plenary session,
Danny Bishop Orchestra belongings Cht left Chicago June 2 consist ent with India meanwhile, tentatively has been
Plays NCO Club Tonight Street Keeps On Goina and sailed from New Orleans foreign policy of independent set for Tuesday.
July 15. The last report from thought and action with re-
Crooner Danny Bishop and his PROVINCETOWN. Mass. Aug. the youths, whose boat was guard to world problems.
All Stars Orchestra will be on 25 oUPc This town has only radio-equipped, was on July 27 .
the band starV of the Fort Ama- two main streets but one of them when they put in at a Yucatan Hungarians Conil a
dor NCO ClulYtonight from 8 o'- is the longest in America. This port. They left Yucatan for p
clock till midnight. Danny and street is the start of Route 6. Cozumel island, one of the US Steps Hostilu
his boys have been making suc- which runs across the continent points hit by the hurricane. US s
cessful tours throughout the to Long Beach, Cal. 1H( BUDAPEST. Aug. 25 (UP)-- -d
Isthmus" H-e(Fosr bHomeless) HnB gar said today that t he o
Members of the orchestra are: American decision to end the -
Bomb Victim Hunaian -American Friend-
drums; John (Harry James) Mal- -Mis a ',further ste in their hos- c't *-
colm. trumpet; Manolo Gonzales St Ma ching tile po y towards the Hun-
Red George and Armando Acosta arpnepeopDilem ma
saxes and leader Danny Bishop. AUGUSTA, Ga., Aug. 25 (UP) The State Department asked Dafn mS .
--Next Feb. 1 Is E-day for the for modification of the agree-
town' the H-bomb plant wiped meant on July 5. and warned if Dan's pockets had no silver
out. Hungary would not agree the lining,
Atomic Energy Commission pact would be considered term-
_officials announced yesterday hated. For some money be wa pibgl
in the area where the hydrogen The agreement was concluded te adP. A Want Ad he
bomb development is taking in 1925, and the Hungarian
SERVICE shape, must be evacuated by answer today rejected the Got a te's deligbt*d!
that date. ..modlflctlon request. .,,___ii______i_______

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Broadway and Elsewhere

By Jack Lait

The Darryl Zanuek mash. "David and Bathsheb," got Us N-'
searehing about the Bible. sll the world's all-time bet-seller,
the greatest combination of written wisdom, madness and sound-
ness known to man.
We find Gotiath, the giant bested by David (Gregory Peck).
made Primo Camera look like that midget pinch-hitter. Hei
measured six cubits and a span, or 11 feet, four and one-half
inches. The cubit is accepted as 1 Inches. He had five brothers.
one of whom was born with six fingers and toes on each hand
and foot. Goliath heckled Athe Israelite armies tfor 40 mornings
before Dhvid finally striaghtened him out.

David's fabled army nuatered only 280.000 warriors. every
24,000 of whom had a separate commander. No red tape, all were
In the employ of the eoyal treasury and each soldier got a piece
of the spoils of war.
David was a clear-eyed, handsome redhead who dis-
regarded Moses' wishes and maintained a harem... He
had a household before he took Bathsheba. She bore him
five sons, of whom Solomon was the yUengest.
David loved to dance. In his day that was considered effemi-
nate by many. Because he packed a mighty list, nobody chal-
lenged him. But his first wife, Michal, asked him to cut it out.
or, at least, lower the blinds.
narryl Zanuck again proves himself a first rate showman.
Another great showman-P. T. Barnum-was an avid Bible
reader. He came of deeply religious folks. His mother took his
first name from one of the Psalm Books-Phineas (Phinehas).
In a trade paper, a Hollywood script-writer took an ad
to boast his nsew novel has been translated into four lan-
guages.' A rather thin brag.....As of December, 1950, the
Bible had been translated into and published in 1,034 of
the 2,796 known languages and dialects of the world, list-
ed by the French Academy.
Reds have always yelped that pure science exposes the Bible.
This is a "line" and false. Witness these quotes from a handful of
the most eminent scientists who ever lived:
Sir Isaae Newton: "We account the Scriptures of God to be
the most sublime philosophy. I find more sure marks of authenti-
city in the Bible than in any profane history whatever."
Robert Millikan, Nobel Prize winner: "I consider an intimate
knowledge of the Bible an Indispensable qualification of a well-
educated man. Contact with the finest influences which have
ever come into human life can be obtained only in this way."
Thomas Henry Huxley: "The Bible has been the Magna
Charta of the poor and oppressed. Down to modern times, no
state has had 4 constitution in which the interests of the people
are so largely taken into account."
First public relations man In Biblical times was
Aaron, who prepared many addresses and statements for
Moses-who was not eloquent, had a poor grasp of words,
and was slow-spoken. Aaron translated his wisdom into
print. For proof: Exodus IV: .14-16; 10.
The oldest complete Bible in the world lies in the Vatican
library in Rome. It is written in Greek. The Bible contains
773,693 words of wisdom, the smallest version of which was print-
ed in Glasgow in 1901--it measures one and one-quarter inches
without the cover and is even-sixteenths of an inch thick.
On the lighter side, some Rotarians have hunted and found
..passages they think are applicable to modern -sports:
"When Joseph served in Pharaoh's courts." for tennis.
"Ananias was caught in a bad lie," for golf.L
Ezekiel: "I will cause men to walk."-Oh, those bases on
Jeremiah: "And I will fan them"-pre-Feller.
Psalm 26:1: "For I have walked...therefore I shall not slide"
-Could. be Stanky?
Voltaire and Tom Paine both predicted the Bible would not
survive them 100 years... The Good Book has grown every year
since, in radio with the increase of mankind's population. It is
"Ivanhoe," In Its second month of production In Lon-
don, has all the proportions of the historic movie "sup-
ers." Its stars are Robert Taylor, Joan Fontaine. Elka-
beth Taylor, George Sanders and Emlyn Williams. Sets,
costumes, etc., are lavish and cost a fortune. No British-
made film ever approached this budget. More than 1,000
extras are employed daily. Metro is financing.
Bugs Baer, Bill Coram and Bob Considine sponsored a fare-
well-to-bachelor-life party for Frank Coniff. at Toots'...Donald
Nelson's outfit bought the $23,000 Dalmler in which the Maha-
raja of Baroda swanked around... Alan Nixon and singer Mar-
cella Wright, a new space-filler... Georgia Gibbs' record, "And
You Danced. Danced, Danced," is on the high upbeat, though I
think the lyrics rather tinny... Glenn Davis. the football all-
everything, and his wife, Terry Moore, not so happy... Connie
Haines and Bob De Haven, Howard Hughes' test pilot, will
church-wed Sept. 7' in Beverly Hills...Patsy Lee, the breakfast
broadcaster, is engaged to Dick Lfitvendahl. Naval intelligence
striper...Charlton Heston and his wife, Lydia Clarke. at last
plyaing in the same show, on the Coast...Nancy* Chaffee and
alph Kiner will be in the dance contest at the Tennis Ball.
Forest Hills, Aug. 31.
William Gale Coole, of Hamden, Conn., I learn, is the great-
great-grandson of Samhuel Chase, the statesman whose face few
of us ever meet-it's on our $10,000 bills.


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Lefttos received eut*fll and ne htedld e eb wtkv eeefdeMNlt
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test day. Letters are published in the orde- resivee.
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Balboa. Canal Zi

Dear Editor:
Last Sunday afternoon in front'
of the Balboa commissary a man
was taken ill with what appeared
to be a heart attack. The police-
man on duty at that time helped
the man over to the Commy steps
and called the station for help.
In the meantime, two boys. see-
ing what had happened, pro-
ceeded to ask the officer if they
should call a doctor, and upon
receiving his consent went to the
Balboa dispensary to do so.
At the dispensary they ex-
plained to the doctor the circum-
stAne of what had taken place
Iin rOnt of the commy; to which
the doctor replied he was not on
duty.amW told the boys to call an-
other doctor.
It leews tome that somewhere
iong the line I heard that a doc-

r tor was supposed to help the sick
-cot neglect them.
one Fe nn

27 Narinna Avenue
Cumberland Park
South Australia
Dear Sirs:
I am very interested in learn-
ing more about Central America,
especially Panama. and would be
most grateful It you would in-
sert a small paragraph in your
paper stating my desire to con-
tact pen-friends in your country.
My desire Is to learn mar of
your bird. animal and plant life,
In fact anything of general in-
terest. Perhaps there is someone
In your country who would care
to learn more of Australia!
Than nyou m d hoping you
will be able to help me in this
Yours sincerely.
(Mrs.) Eunice Hill

Labor News

('o nint

,ist k,.s you sti lefM t at
thOb'i entire or even
the as y WJ n ars who someA-
ms ave tch one pi
opf v two -years or
;you that
in dyou an't

Mno 1ae' promise that
season flbe tter.
The moviio 1Sle work hard
for their money and fight hard-
er for their new union contracts,
such as the one just served on
the htundrs o producers who
lamor or no iglamor, this Is
a contract wIt much the same
worres as the eilworkers. the
auto, makers an meatL packers.
it a5 tyamoetat other things,
that ev player must be given
eating ime at*least every 5
hours and must have 12 hour
rest periods, even under rus
And elsewhiee in this very HIGHWAY OF DEATH This is the wrackageafter a beer truck crashed into a Greyhound
human document, involving bus, near Alpena, Mich. Ten persons, incltdling both drivers, were killed and 22 were injured.
wagec for the men and woman .... ....
whoe faces you see and don't
too often recall, is a section
which, to the insider's eye, leads t e s Fact
directly to the newest of na- Matter Of Fact
tional stories inside labor. e
It sys: By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
"1The picture industry ATOMIC PLENTY
must-have on call thousands W-- ,.-
of various types of bit play?-
er but It does not provide WASHINGTON. National strategy flows, or tiplication of our atomic resources by a secret
them steady employment ought to flow, directly from the facts of the but certainly significant figure.
nor does it guarantee these national situation. The proven Process worAing in precisely the
actors an annual minimum When the facts change, the strategy must same direction is simply the refinement of ato-
aW There ore, the (Screen change. Or else, because the transformation of mic bomb design, in order to make more effi-
Actors) Guild (AFL) con- the national situation has been ignored, na- cent use of the fissionable raw stuff already
tract proposals seek an in- tonal strategy becomes obsolete, inefficient and in hand.
rctase in daily minimum perhaps even unworkable. One line of experiment has been towards get-
frome $55 to $100 and i These rather threadbare truisms are relevant ting a bigger bang, which means that fewer
iweett tree lance minimum at the moment because the central, dominating bombs can be used to destroy a given target.
from $175 to $375." fact that has shaped all post-war American Thus the last of the three bombs exploded at
There, if you look closely, is strategic thinking is rather rapidly ceasing to Entwetok was what the scientists, in their grim
reeart uhe of eley o be a fact .t all. way, call a "hundred kiloton bomb," or the
the heartache of every work- Instead of being incredibly rtre and incredibly equivalent in power of 100,000 tons of high ex-
ing man from the sound stages costly, the fissionable raw stuff of atomic wea- plosive.
of Hollywood to the blast fur- ns, although still expensive, is becoming re- The primitive Hiroshima bomb was the equi-
naces of Pittsburgh. latively plentiful. talent, it will be recalled, of a mere 20,000 tons
Therein is the newest ambi- This revolutionary development, which has as of high explosive.
tion of labor leaders the next yet been hardly noticed, results from the inter- The other line of experiment has been to-
objective now that the cam- action of two different processes. wards getting an atomic explosion with less
pal for cost of living increas- The first process, which Is as yet experi- fissionable raw stuff with what is called a
es, $128-a-month pensions and mental, is the work that is'being done with the "sub-critical mass."
strong unionization inside each so-called breeder reactor. The first results in this field were success-
shop has been won. its purpose is to make better use of the basic fully tested at Las Vegas, Nevada some months
That's where American labor raw material of the whole atomic program, ura- ago when a mere five 'kiloton ba u, well-adapt-
is going next guaranteed em- nium. ed or tactical use on the battlefield, was touch
ployment, first for part of the It is almost schoolboy stuff, nowadays, that ed off.
year, and finally a minimum uranium is composed of two isotopes. Further tests at Las Vegas are scheduled for
annual wage to be pledged and The common isotope, which comprises 99.3 October, it can now be disclosed.
paid by employers right around per cerit of the world's uranium supply, is the And besides the several new models of tac-
he seasons, regardless of lay- inert U-238. tical bombs which will then be exploded in Ne-
Offs. The rare isotope, which comprises only seven- vada, tests are also planned, probably for the
Not yet have these guarantees tenths of 1 per cent. is the radioactive U-235. United States Army proving grounds in Utah
been rushedup front. There's Only radioactive U-235 is directly fissionable. of atomic explosions under round.
no need for a fight on this Hence the Manhattan District program origin- Even the Eniwetok and fArst Nevada tests are
nowl Everybody's working. ally centered around the appallingly difficult known to have had an effect equivalent to in.
Some U ,00 are drawing and troublesome problem of separating out the creasing our resources of fissionable raw stuff
pay _ee tsde of the pure U-285 which formed the he$rt of the from two to four times.
pay ea de of the Hiroshima bomb. Probably the correct figure Is that we car
farms. Even before the end of the war, in the Han- now make three times as many effective bomb
Less than 1,850, are jobless ford pile, means were found to transmute some with the raw stuff in hand as we could hav
a "peacetime" record. of the inert U-238 into fissionable plutonium. before these tests.
But behind the scenes re- This, in itself, had the effect of multiplying PresumablV the new tests will carry the pro
searchers are working on the our total resources of fissionable raw stuff, and cess still further.
guaranteed yearly wage de- the Nagasaki bomb was a plutonium bomb. Consider these facts in conjunction with the
mands. The breeder reactor, speaking very Crudely high hopes for the breeder reactor. Remember
Everywhere inside labor there and non-technically, represents another means that a plentiful supply of atomic weapons is
is the very same uneasiness of getting a vastly higher proportion of fission- a very different order of magnitude from
which Is electedd in the Screen able raw stuff out of U-238 of doing the same plentiful supply of artillery ammunition, for
Actors Guild contract demand. sort of job as the Hanford pile, but doing it instance.
The labor braintrusters know quite differently and doing it far better. The only possible conclusion is that we ar
that this boom won't sky rocket The theory, which has been published, re- moving from extreme scarcity towards relative
for more than two, maybe three volves around a more efficient use of the liber- plenty in the vital atomic field.
years. ated neutrons which promote chain reactions. The technical details how many bombs

Everywhere they know
that industry, to exist, must
keep thousands of skilled
men available through the
layoff season for the months
when production is needed.
And since leaders of steel
workers, ham packers, or
dress cutters can't ask for
$200 a week increases to
carry their people over, as
does the movie union, they
want some day soon to have
a guaranteed annual wage.
It's the number one objective
of Walter Reuther's Auto Work-
ers, and it Is not inconceivable
that he may ask General Mo-
tors whose labor relations
are at an all time amiable high
- to discuss a guaranteed wage
long before their 5-year con-
tract expires in 1955.
It's known to be close to Phil
Murray's heart, and that he
woud like his Steel Workers,
and the coal diggers, incident-
ally, whom he loves so much, to
know each year that they'll
draw pay right through the sea-
Powerful AFL Construction
Workers Unions, have been dis-
cussing making such a demand
on several big city building as-
sociations shortly.
And a move may soon start
to win President Truman's sup-
port for such a wage demand,
and to remind him that he has
had "on his desk" for three
years, a report from a special
committee backing up guaran-
teed annual wages.
Meanwhile, insiders are watch-
ing the CIO Packing House
Union this month begin to fight
for a $3,000 annual wage from
the big meat supply companies.
If this union wis an average
$860 a week 'round the .year
guarantee ,regardless of layoffs,
it will start the campaigns
rolling in CIO.
Elsewhere this ball slowly
rolls, unnoticed nationally.
Pittsburgh .bakers, guar-
antee a 40-hour week, 8-
hour day in their new con-
tract. Any worker called in
at the beginning of the
week, gets a fu week's pa
work or no. Certain De-
trot retailers guarantee 52
weeks work.
(Copyright 1951 Post-Hul
Syndicate, Inc.)

But the theory, for public purposes, is far less
important than the practical fact that the
breeder reactor experiments appear to be suc-
The first test model ought to be completed
and doing its work this autumn.
And if the new breeder reactor lives up to
expectations, the result will be a potential mul-





now they are made ana so on neea not ana
should not concern the general public.
But in a presumably free society, the public
will determine the broad lines of national pol-
icy; and policy must Inevitably be deeply in-
fluenced by this transition from scarcity to
(Copyright, 1851, New York Herald Tribune Inc.)

Chiang's Army

By Petei Edson
0 -

WASHINGTON (NEA) New light on the
Chinese Nationalist army on Formosa has been
provided after a first-hand survey by Robert
Fallow, special Investigator for Nevada Senator
Pait McCarran's Marshall Plan watchdog sub-
Investigator Fallow went to Formosa to get
answers to the questions:
How many troops do the Nationalists really
Are they good troops?
Are they being held on Formosa against their
Does the government of Nationalist China on
Formosa really need money?
Or does it have millions of dollars cached
away all over the world?
The size of the army which has been es-
timated as high as a million men, eager to In-
vade and reconquer the mainland was nailed
down to 400,000 men, plus 200,000 in .the Navy.
Air Force or civilian activities supporting the
The .U. 8. Seventh Fleet has been under or-
ders since June, 1950, to prevent a Chinese
Communist invasion of Formosa.
The Nationalist Chinese on Formsoa abhor
the thought of remaining a government in exile.
They talk incessantly about returning to the
Mr. Fallow reports, however, that "the Chi-
nese realize at this time that they are in no
position to do any more about returning to the
mainland than talk about it."
The troops at the Feng-shan army training
center at the south of the Island, and at a na-
val training center nearby, are reported to be
In excellent physical condition. They put on. a
spirited show.
But the Chinese do not pretend that these
samples are typical of their Inventory. They
show only potentialities.
The troops are poorly paid by western stand-
ards. But they are now being paid.
One reform finally put over is the'elimina-
tion of "paper armies" which did not exist but
for which commanding generals drew pay and
The holders drew a generous ration of rice.
but generally must use their own ingenuity to
suplement their diet with other essential foods.
"Both officers and men spend much time rais-
ing vegetables." Fallow reports.
Even Generalissimo Chiang Kal-shek has ad-
mitted that i the army got all the supplies it

needed arms, training, pay, diet and proper
medical care it would take six months to
"start rolling" and even more time than that
to make a good defensive force.
Fox one thing, the army will have to be taken
out of politics and completely reorganized.
It is now burdened by a system of political
commissars on which there have been no previ-
ous reports.
There are an estimated 25,000 of these poll-
tical commissars. They occupy posts from gen-
eral offices down to company levels.
They report not through chain of command,
but through their political superiors.'
At the head of this system is Chiang Kal-
shek's eldest son.
Justification for the commissar system Is
given as the need to correct inefficiency and
stamp out subversives.
Army officers declare, however, that subver-
sives have long since been stamped out and that
the commissars demoralize command.
"If our (American) military representatives
on Formosa decide that political commissars. .
should be abolished, they will come face to face
with the major problem connected with our
aid," reports Mr. Fallow.
The much smaller Marshall Plan mission un-
der Dr. Raymond T. Moyer. now in Washington,
has made important economic reforms.
It has reduced tenant rents from 50 to 37 per
cent of the crop.
Marshall plan funds for last year totaled *98
million and a similar sum -has been asked for
the present year.
Aside from the Marshall Plan, Mr. Fallow re-
ports: "The United States on the whole is beat-
ing around in a wilderness of indecision as to
interference in Nationalist Chinese affairs."
Nearly 70 ber cent of the- Nationalist budget
goes to support the military forces. but the Chi-
nese government takes in about $80 million to
$8S million less than it spends, each year.
While the Fallow report does not say it In so
many words, the implication is clear that the
only outlook for the United States Is to keep on
making up the difference for the indefinite fu-
Fat the present year. President Truman has
asked $307 million to aid Formosa. With seven
million inhabitants on the Island. this figures
out to nearly 44 per capital.
It probably more than the average Formo-
san earns in a year.
And It Is probablyv the most generous aid pro-
gram the U. S. now provides to any country.


o -
Drew Pearson says: Arranging convoy for "Winds of F .
dom" operation like loading a circus train; Friend ip
balloons will help stay Moscow's hand in starting a Ur;
German youngsters today more pacifist than their

MUNICH, GermanU'.
Dear L. W.: MUIH
Driving up toward the Czech border the other night, about
dusk, I noticed a big van lumbering along with a little car be-
hind it.
The van looked like it was lost from our convoy and we
stopped It to Inquire.
In the little car behind was your son.
He was pushing the driver of that big van like a terrier biting
the heels of a recalcitrant bull because that van contained tim
most important part of our "Winds of Freedom" opera#.-.-
namely, the messages we were sending that night to the people
of Czechoslovakia.
I left the car full of VIP's where I was riding and folAed
our son, not only because I enjoy his company but to see what
it was all about.
What happened was that the friendship messages to the
Czech people had been late arriving In Munich from Cincinnatt
and we had to get new messages printed in Germany. .
The latter also were too late to join the main truck convoy
which had left Munich at noon so Tyler was commissioned to .
remain behind to see that thle most important part of our opera-
tion got to the border on time.
I am writing you because I know he hasn't fulfilled his ,
promise to write you every day but I think, when you read this, -
you'll understand why.
The Winds of Freedom, incidentally, shift back and -forth i
along the border and neither he nor I knew exactly where to
Join the other trucks. But he had instructions to meet a lookout
In front of the post office In Weiden, a little town 10 miles from
the border.
The lookout directed us 10 miles in another direction, where "
we sighted our convoy and where your son finally delivered the
2,000 000 messages to the Czech people on time.
The trucks were parked on a narrow road on the Bavarian
hillside almost on a straight line toward Pilsen and Prague, the
two largest cities of Czechoslovakia.
Arranging a convoy is a complicated operation, somewhat like
loading a circus train and It reminded me of my old tent-wreck-
ing days.
.Electric generators are at one end of the convoy, though far
enough away so that no sparks can teach the hydrogen tanks
used to fill thle balloons.
Next come four side-gate trucks for rubber balloons.
The latter are so big they can't be filled inside the trucks, so
the hydrogen tanks are laid sideways with a hose extending to
the balloon-launching tables on the side of the road.
Tyler operated the valve on the hydrogen tank, supervising
a crew of three Germans.
The balloon is inflated with hydrogen until it touches two.
inverted table legs about four feet apart.
When it reaches this diameter, it is tied at the bottom and
sent on its way across the Iron Curtain. I autographed on-e of
these balloons for Gottwald and Otalin.
The long line of trucks parked'alongside a Bavarian wheat
stubblefleld made a fascinating, eerie spectacle in the night--
the guttural German voices, the swish-swish of the flowing hydro-.
gen, and the steady silent launching of the big bags as-they ('
slipped off into the darkness. "
The boys were getting off their missives to Prague pretty
regularly-about 1,300, all told-when it started to drizzle.
We kept going for a while, since rain doesn't Impedt the
balloons. They rise above the clouds in no time, but it does get
the men wet. So, at 2 a.m. we finally laid off; everyone was
pretty well soaked.
I sat in the car for a while, waiting for the rain to stop but
when it didn't I used the excuse that I had to get to the cable
office, and at 3 a.m. headed back for Munich.
I'm getting old, I guess, and can't take it.
Before I left, however, I went down the.line of murky trucks, ,
trying to find your son.
I finally located him sitting Inside a truck, listening t6O"tr-
man veterans and ex-prisoners swapping war experiences .1091 *
American G.I. students-men who had once been fightin('StCh
other but who now worked together launching friendship meo-
sages to another people whom they hoped they would t'hav.
to fight.
Germans, incidentally, supposed to be the military master
race, seem to me completely pacifist.
German youngsters are just as unenthusiastic about raising
an army as your son and other American youngsters are .about
the draft.
Sometimes I think it's chiefly the old dodos who are compla-
cent about the prospect of war.
However, I'm convinced that Moscow wants to wait a, con-
siderable time before it plunges the world into war.
Its satellite peoples are too restless and would turn against
the Kremlin in case of war.
That's why I think this balloon deal, coming at this par-
ticular time, may help.
It's only a drop in the bucket, of course, and lots of people
will pooh-pooh it but you have to make a start some way or
other in attempts at penetrating the Iron Curtain, so we've aiken
the first step. .
Anyway, I drove back to Munich at 3 a.m., leaving your son
up on the border.
They resumed launching the balloons at 4 a.m. and continued
until 6 but he didn't get back to Munich with the trucks until
noon, making a 28-hour day-from 8 a.m. till 12 noon the
next day.
The winds weren't quite right the day following, however, and
he got 12 hours sleep though last night.
When I arrived at the border at 2 a.m. they were at it again,
continuing until 6 a.m.
They planned to lay over until noon, let the men sleep on the
roadside, and then unloose another barrage which would hit
Prague about 4 p.m., just as the people were starting home
from work.
Well, that's why your son hasn't written and why I am try-
ing to report for him.
I am very lonesome and anxious to get home.
It's rained a lot here and I hope you've had some of it al
home. When I left the pastures were just about burned up. S8
you soon.

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Building 311 Bruja Road
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Preaching Service ........... 10:45 am.
Spanish Service ............. 3:00 p.m
Training Union .............. 6:00 p.m.
Preaching Service ........... 7:00 p m.
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Wt.M.S Bible Stud.y
Thursday ....................... 9 am.
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j...ting Be.sides these. thie Cathedral in
PanJma City, the CaLthedral at the Im.
(nai ulate Conception In Colon. and num.
erous t urieh churches in boi ohcities, wel.
cone Englishi speaking visitors, though
&hei congregations qre oriniarily Span-i
ish -peakinp

iunday Masses: 5:55. 8:00, 10:00, 11:00.
,42:00 a.m.
Sesndiction: 5:00 p.m.
rlIajpDay Masses: 5:55. 8:00. 11:10, 11:55
6 ..n.
Centessions: Satuiday-3:30, 5:00 p.m
":00. 8:00 p.m Thursdays fot First
-'4rldav-7:00. 8:00 p.m
Mtlrulous Med' Novena --Monday at
"r'00 p.m
Roqvry every evening at 7:00
Sunday Masses: 5:55. 7:30. 9:30 am
Holy Days: 5:55, 7:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday-3:30. 5:00 p.m.
7:00. 8:00 p.m. Thursday for irst
Friday-7:00, 8:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions-Friday at 7:00
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a m
Holy Dav: 6:00 am
Sunday Mass: 830 a.m.
Holy Days: 5:45 a.m.
Confessions: 3:30. 5:00 p.m. Saturday.
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Days: 6:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday-7:15. 7:45 pm
Rosary: Monday, Wednesday and Saiur-
day at 7:(00 pm.
Catechism" Sunday-10:30. 11:30
Sunday Mass: 1:00 a inm.
Holy Days: 5:45 a.m.
Confessions: Satuiday-3:30, 4:00 p.m.
Rosary: Tuesday-7:00 p r.
Catechism Classes Sunday-10 30, 11:30
Sunday Masses: 6:00. 8:30 am.
Holy Days: 6*00. 8:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday -300, 5:00, 7:00,
8:00 p.m
Before Holy Days: 7 00. 8:00
Rosary every evening: 7-00 p.m
Rio Abajo
Sunday Masses: 6:30, 8:30 am
Benediction: 4:00 p.m.
Holy Day Masses: 5:45 a.m
Confessions: Saturday-3:30. 4:30 p.m. -
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
Miraculous Medal Novena-Friday 7"00
Reoary: Monday and Wednesday-7:00
Sunday Mass: 7:00 am Holy Day Mass:
6:45 a.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions. Friday 7:00
Ca ressions: Saturday -3:30. 5:00. 7:00.
1:00 p.m.
Idar'y every evening except Tuesday at
7:00 pm
Pastor. Rev Wnm J Finn CM
Sunday Mass .. ........ :45 a m
Holy Day Mass .......... 6:00 a m
Sunday School ..... .. 8:45 a m
Services Thursday night. 7 45 n m
Cfilonn hofnrp Ma.-
Margarita C Z
Rev WilUam J Finn C M
es 915
New Cristobal. 4th. & G St.
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. C M
inday Masses, 7. 8 & 10.30 a m
Weekday Mass, 6:30 am.
4 et., 8:00 a.m.
Kly Day Masses. 6:00 & 8 00 a.m.
"iseesions. Rosary, nightly 7:00 p.m.
S lnday School after the 8 a.m. Mass.
..jpraeulous Medai Nosena serices -
S *00 & 7 00 pm
r. Set. Devotion, every ist Sat after

7:15 p

Churches of the many faiths in the Canal Zone, and the
terminal cities of Panama and Colon, Republic of Panama, ex-
tend a welcome at all times to men and women of the armed
services, and to civilian neighbors, friends and strangers.
As a public service, the Panama American lists below, by
denominations, notices of hours of worship and other regular ac-
Listings of larger denominations are in alphabetical order,
whichh is rotated from time to time. Denominations having only
Gne or two congregations are listed under "Other Churches Anal
Services." A special listing is included for services at Army posts,
Air Force bases and Navel stations.
Ministers. church secretaries and chaplains are asked to in-
form the news desk by Wednesday noon at the latest of any
changes for the coming Saturday's church page.

Bolivar Highway, Gatun, C.Z. Church of The Holy Comforter
store, Rev. Francis Lynch, C.M. The YVen A. F. Nightengale.
day Mass. 8:00 a.m. Every Mondap 8:30 a.m. Holy Coin-
lkday Masses, Thurs. 6:30 a.m. union.
7:00 a.m.
SDay Mass, 7:00 a.m. PAHAISO
actilous Medal Novena service : ev. D. A Osborne
7:15 p m. '8:00 a.m. Holy Communion 2nd Sunday
Friday. Confession, Communion. 9:30 am Sunday School.
P.,n 5:30 p.m Evening Prayer, nd and 4th
sessions Sat. 6:30 & 7:00 p m. Sunday.
rMonday. 1:00 p.m. Youth Meeting
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH Wednesday: 6:30 p.m Girls' Friendly
(atun. Near Locks Society.

Pastor, Rev. Francis Lynch, C.M.
Sunday Mass. 6:45 a.m
Weekday Masses. Tuen. & Fri. 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass. 6:00 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Fri. 7:15 p.m.
Confessions Sat., 7:15 & 8:00 p.m.
1st. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat after
Margarita, C.Z.
Pastor, Rev. William J. Finn, C M.
Sunday Masses. 7:30 & 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass, 6:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Mon. 7:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults Fri. 7:00 p m.
Confessions Sat 4:00, 5:00 & 7:00 to
8,00 p.m
Colon. 10th. & Broadway
Pastor, Rev. J. Raymond Maohate. C M.
Assistant, Rev. Robert Vignola. C M.
Sunday Masses. 5:45 & 9:00 a.m.
Weekday Mass. 5:45 a m.
Holy Day Masses, 5:45 & 8:00 am
1st. Fri. Masses. 5:45 & 8:00 a.m.
Communion. 8 0, a.m
Baptisms Sun.. 4:00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena services -
Wed. at 6:15 & 7:00 p.m.
Novena of the Sacred Heart, Fri. 7:15
Confessions Sat., 4:00, 5:00 p.m. &
7::0 to 8:00 p m.
Sunday School, 3:00 p.m.
Discussion Club. Young men of Parish
Sun. 3:00 p.m.
Instructions for adults seeking know-
ledge of the Catholic Church, Mon. &
Thurs. at 7:15 p.m.
Ist. Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat. after
Silver City. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Raymond Lewis, C.M.
Sunday Masses, 5:45 & 8:00 p.m.
Weekday Mass. 6:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masses, 5:30 & 6:30 a.m.
Sunday School, 11:00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tues 7:00 p.m.
Baptisms Sun, 4:00 p.m.
Confessions Sat 3:30, 5:00 p.m & 7:00
to 8:00 p m.
Instructions for adults. Tues. & Fri..
7:10 p.m.
1st Sat. Devotion, every 1st. Sat. after
Gamboa. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev. Charles Jacobs .-C.M.
Sunday Masses. 7:01& 8:3 .
Weekday Masses, 6:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses, 5:45 & 630 a.m.i
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
Tues. 7:00 pm.
Si:cred Heart Nvena service. Fri., 7:00
Contessions Sat. 7:00 p.m.
1t. Sat Devotion, every 1st. Set after

Christian Scientist
first Church ot Christ. Scientist Ancor
560 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11:00; Wednesday 8:00 o.m
Sunday Scgool 9"30 a.m
Irsi Chlurcl ul Christ, Scientist, Cristobas
l:1th Street & Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11:00 a m Wednesday 7-30 om
Sunday School 9:30 a .m
Christian Science society Gambos
Civic Center Building
Sunday 11:30 a m First & Third Weo
-esday 7:30 p.m
Sunday School 10:15

rhe Rt. Rew R. Heber Gooden. Bishop
rhe Very Rev Raymond T Ferris Dear
7:30 a.m Holy Communion
:3JO aim Cathedral School
10:45-Morning Prayer and Sermon
I First Sunday of the month Holy Corn
'nunipn and' Sermon.)
7:00 o m.--Evening Prayer and Sermon
3rd St. near G. Navy
Rev. Milton A Cookson. Pastor
Holy Communion 7::0 a m
Church School 9:30 a.mni
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11.00 a in
(H.C first Sunday In the month I
Young People'- Vesoei Seqvice 4:311
Wednesday. Holy Comm ( union 8:30 p.m
Choinlr Rehearsal 7:30 a in
A louse of Prayer for all People
Church ol St. Andrew
l'lie Hev Gideon C Montgomery
Rev. M A Cookson, Chap USNR
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Sunday School 9:30 a in
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(H C first Sunday in the month.)
Young People's Fellowship 4:00 p min
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening'
it 6:31 p.m
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th rhurs
days at 7:30 p.m
House of Pravel and Fellowship tol all
Good Shepherd
The Ven. A F Nightengale
7 30 am Every Friday: Morning Pray-
lH C ist Friday.
St. Simon's Church. Rev D A. Osborne
10:30 a.m 2nd and 4th Sunday- Hotl
Communion & Sermon.
10:30 am in1st and 3rd Sundavy Morn
ing Prayer & address
3.00 p ni Sunday School
5:00 and 6 00 p.m Youth Urgalnzation'
1:30 p in Evening Prayer and addres.s
2"00 p.m Service at Penitentiary Ever\
lth Sunday
7:3(1 nm t'uesda' Grl t friendly Sn
7:30 p m Znd and 4th rhursdavw
Woman'* Auxiliary
(,amboa Penitentiary
Holy Communion 4th Sunday 2:00 om
St Peter'* Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley Priest
6 a.m -Holy Communion
7 am.-Choral .ucharlst and Sermon
10 am. Mornine Prayer and Church
5 pm -Holy Baptism
7:30 pm. Vespers and Sermon
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays
1 a.m., Wednesdayn and Fridays 9 a.m ,
Girls Friendly 6 and 7 p.m Monday. 6
p.m. Tuesday; Vespers nightly at 7. ex-
cept Saturdav Compline 7 30 o m
St Margaret's Chapes
Margarita Hrpual
the Rev M A Cookson
Sunday School 9 a.m EvenrAng Prayer
l(S P-.1

Rev. D.A. Osborne & Rev. C.A Cragwell
11:00 a.m Holy Communion and Ser
mnon Ist. and 3rd Sundays.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and add-
ress: 2nd and 4th Sunday*.
3:00 p.m Sunday School and Baptism
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and address
2nd and 4th Sundays.

A. f. Nightengale. U.D M.B.I,
and The Rev Ritz Reginalo Atwell
Venerable Archdeacon
6:00 a.m. Holy Communion 9:00 a.m
7:00 o.m Evensonp and Sermon
Col6n. R. de P.
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Malnert J Peterson
S T.B Rector
6 a.m Holy Communion
9 am. Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10:30 am. Church School.
7:30 aom Solemn Evensong & Sermor
6 a.m Holy Communion.
7:30 p m Evensong and Sermon.
8:30 o m Adult Confirmation Clas
5 p.m. Prayer Guild.
8 p.m Children's Eucharist.
7:30 n m. Choir Practice
10 a.m Children's Confirmation Class
7:30 p.m Compline and Meditation.
St. George's Church
Gatun, C.Z.
Rev Solomon N Jacobs.
8:45 am Church School.
9:45 a.m. Morning Prayer
10:00 a.m Holy Eucharist a,.. Sermon
7:00 a.m Holy Gommunion (Also Holy
DavO and Saints Days.)
1:00 p.m Evening Prayer
8:00 o.m St Vincent's Guild
1:30 p.m Choir Rehearsal
Church of St. Mary the Virgin
Hev. Solomon N Jacobs
6:45 a.m. Morning Prayer.
S:00 0amn Holy EucharIst and Sermon
:00 p.m. Church School.
6:00 p.m. Evening Song, Thursdays.
7:00 a.m. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Days and Saint Dayt.)
7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer, Fridays
5:01--6:00 p.m. Prayer Guild.
7 30 p m Choir Rehearsal
8:30 p.m. St Vincent's Guild
(Holy Communion at 10:45 am on the
1:30 p.m Solemn Evensong.

St. Christopher's
rhe Rev Antonio Ochoa
7:30 a.m Choral Eucharist.
10:00 a.m Church School.
6:00 om Solemn Evensong
Thursday and. Holy Days H... 7:00
Wednesday and Holy Days 8:30 a.m
Holy Communion.
'First Sunday of every month.

Jewish Welfare Board. Bidg. 192-A, La
doca Road, Balboa. C.Z Rabbi Nathan
Witkin director.
Services on Friday, 1:30 pimi
(See also listings of Jewish sehvlesc
,nder Posts. Bases and Stations.)
Congregation Kol Shearith Israel, Ave.
nida Cuba and 36th Street. Bella Vista
Panama City. Rabbi Harry A Merfeld
Services on Friday mrn

'The Church of the Lutheran Houre
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
430 Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class 9 a m.
Worship service 10:15 a.m., "Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good." A
friendly welcome awaits all visitors Pat-
lurk supper second Sunday each month
6:30 p m.. game night, fourth Sunday
1:30 p.m The Service Center. open Wed.
nesday through Sunday, extends a cor-
dial welcome Ino all m litarv nersonnel

(British Conference I
Ministers ev. 0. Herbert Moon
9:00 a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
3:00 pm Sunday School
4:00 Men's Meeting.
7:15 am Evening Prayer and Sermon
7th Street and Melende7 Avenue.
Colon. R.P
Rev Norman Pratt, Ministe
Sunday Services at 9:30 a.m. and 1:15
p m.. Sunday School for all ages at 3
Monday 1:30 o.m. Weekly Prayer
Siver City, C.Z.
Rev Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Services 8 a.m. and 5:15 p.m
sunday School for all s ges at 8:30 pm
Tuesday 7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting

Salvation Army
emaiiiia City. aiijleib de Peorero
Services at 11 a. and 7:30 p.m (Mal-
Ir Wilsoni. Sunday School at 3 p.m.
La Boca: Services at II am and 7:30
o..m Sunday School at 3:30 p.m.
Red Tank: Service at 7:30 o.m Sunday
school at 3:00 p.m
Colon. 14th Street
Service at ........11 am & I:30pm
Sunday School at .. ......... 3:00 .m
Colon, 3rd Street
Services at ..... 11 am & 1"30 Do.m
Silver City
Service at ............ ... 1:30 p.m
Sunday School at ........... 3:30 om

Seventh Day

Pacific Side
Cabo Verde. Panama City No I J. A
Maynard; Panama City No 2 Jamaica
Society Hall (Sabbath Services onlvi
Adolphus Lawes. Chorrillo P A Henry
Rio Abalo C D Abrahams. Garr ooa A
A Briuzle and Spanish City Church. E-
duardo Rulloba.

Union Churches
Where all Protestants coepeuate wih
mdty In essentials, Ibety In mm.
eeuotlais and charity Ina alta" s

The Rev. Phillip Havener. Pastor.
Phone 3.1463.
10:45 Worship service and Church-Uime
6.:00 Young People's Meeting.
The Rev. J. William L Graham. Pastor.
Phone 54M.
9:00 J30 Broadcast on HOK; HP5K
tnd HON.
9:45 Sunday School.
11:00-Worship Service.
5:00 Christan Endeavor.
Rev. Henry Bell. Pastor.
Phone 3-1498.
9:30 Bible School.
10:45 Worship service and Church-time
6:30 Youth Fellowship.
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street
Rev. Alexander Shaw, Pastor
Phone 2-1480. Ofc. Phone. 2-322
0:30 Church School. Free bus service.
10:30 WorshIp service and Church-time
lursery ,
t10:30 Youth Congregations.
5:00 Chi Rho Senior Hi frellowship.
6:00 Post Hi Fellowship.
7:30 Service "Centered On Song."
AU servicess in Gambos Civic Center
The Rev. Raymond A. Gray, Mtinister
Phone 6-130.
9:00 Suntmday School.
7:30 Worship service.
i'edro Miguel
9:30 Church School.
10:45 Divine Worship.
7:30 Evening Vespers

Posts, Bases

And Stations

Sunday School .................. 9:15
Morng Worship ................ 10:00
Sunday School, Bldg. 1M8 ...... 6:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:15
Sunday School ................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 11:00
Bible School ................... 9:45
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:00
Servicemen's Hour .............. 7:00
Morning Worship ............... 10:45
Monirng Worship ................. :15

Daily Mass ..................... 7:30
Sunday Mass ...... ........... 9:00-
Sunday Mass ................... 7:45
Sunday Mam .................. 1
Daily Mass .....- ...Q.......i. 7:30
Sunday Masses .......... 8:00 & 9:00
Sunday Mass ................... 7:45
Sunday -Mass .................. 9:30
Daily Mass ..................... 6:30
Sunday Masses .......... 7:45 & 8:45

Saturday ......................5.:00
Saturday ..... .............. 4:00
Thursday ...................... 7:00
JWB, Balboa C.Z.
Friday ...... ................. .7:30
Protestant Worship Service ...... 9:00
Sunday School .................. 9:00
Morning Worship .............. 10:00
Sunday School .. .......... 9:30
Protestant Worship Service ..... 11:15
Sunday Mass ................... 10:00
Sunday Mass ................ ...9:00
Sunday Mass ................... 9:00
Tuesday ........................ 7:00

Other Churches

And Services
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panama Monday: Lectures and Dis-
cu.sions 8:00 p.m.

Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa. C.Z.
Sunday School 10:00 a.m
Services 10:30 a.m.
At JWB Armed Forces Services Center
on La Boca Road.

0851 Balboa Road. Balboa
W Harland Dllbeck, Evangelist
Telephone 2-3602
Bible Ciases tor all ages .... l0:00 am.
Preaching and Communion ... 10:45 a.m
Preaching and Communion .... 7:00 o.m
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7:00 pm
Ladies' Bible Class Thursday 1:45 p.m
We meet in the American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:45 a.m
Visitors welcome
Ladies Bible Study at Gatun
Phone Gatur 416 or ft Gulick 309

Chaplain William H Blat]
Sunday School ............... 11:40
Morning Worship ...............11:00
Young People's Service ........ 5:45
Evening Worship .. ............ 7 '00
Prayer Meeting Thursday ...... 7 00
Choir Practice. Wednesday at
7:00 p.m and Saturdav 9:30 a m
St Raphael The Arhanel
13th St West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sunday at 4:30 am
Tuesday. Wednesday and rhursdave
6:30 am
Sacrament of Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sunday of each month at
7"30 oam

Mount Halibeth Chribttaa Chareb
Panama. R.P
Rt Rev T James. 0D Btishop
Morning Worship t ....... :00 a.m
Holy Communion at ........ 6:30 a m
Fellowship Worship t..... 11:00 am
Bible Reading at .......... 00 a.m
Divine Service at ......... 7:.0i om
Sermon at ............... 8:00 om
Holy Communioan at ...... -i am
Balboa.Amador EneL U40 Cleh
Veape Service at 16 3pm. Sunday.



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dera por part de los arma- Sin embargo, la actitud del y pen6n de ls ranas duales ser
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tado mis barcos panameflos gado a la mayoria de los bar- poya p te s de anama y *iv ,rmant.
tratando de violar el bloqueo cos a cesar sus operaclones con Sgun manifest l Ministro
contra la China Comunista. la China roja y 20 de esto IVII Segn manifesto el Ministro rd ez, se tine el
Una investigacl6n con los bareos ae encuentran anclados
circulos navieros r evel6 au en Hong Kong, y algunos es- Spera que sea aprobada p6sito de presentarest reform en los primeros d
desde mediados de jullio ningin tin tratando de obtener otra Trne I a a mes do Octubre, antes de que la compaia politico cld
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munistas. encuentran todavia detenidos PITTSBURG, agosto 25. (UP). Panama defendi6 el derecho que no satisface los requeri- Un avi6n L-13 de la IFuerza Se in el articulo 256, para reformer lo Constituci
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Los archives officials demos- Talpeh nvestigando las razo- contra Ia expansion sovidtica Consejo Interamericano. Tanto el delegado de Estados El avi6n estaba piloteado por in Asambleo Nacional on sesiones ordinorias, el col a
traron qua 55 barcos obtuvie- nes por lu cuales los barcos cuando sea necesarlo. La. delegaci6n de nuestro pals Unidos, como el de Venepuela, el CapitAn Eugene D. Bench, ser publicao4o y transmitido por el Ejecutivo a Io alamb
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S,/ 3l EMmbiaador de Espafla dM0 cuentren t uert de la ruts ds el representante Alfonso Bauer Cuando el Capitin Bench no- absolute de loS ipuWtodos que la integron.#
.,)w nalq al Iut Mau. aiqe lu sociallt&t europeoapre- laM grand a lineal n)aritimas y de Guatemala, hacii shincapi t6 el 4deerfecto del motor El Eoutive so dr obpr o I refarma uomuo6
wenetiesesat 11yrynaan ye d ds l lEl-cuti $61opodia
fkn hae or agsn onuORa. luoe .crr
to coh el Uruguay, Anrica entera se a ocon es a i ce oa los o l amadon so- el delodo Nor nel Char s quacilldades deo transport na n en au bu se a yco C
f is py o r jbprofte s n scigay c d nca...el f alr pre ac det aolvdar su deroaa en exdtvd en Amricu paiees po.on dtsrrollo de ,onas produce v ra. CePA que esteba volando sobre Trei tsd n A quma personas ma
fiestuqor ln Wp-furnria si icacl~n fue cr~tk quo l a preso ci~ahitta? Minod rads son 3Ina- b-a 6oist nosO-ie1n enouo ite or nantr a fina do anezitarf Si mfloniaron -a Uni aos de l TWrean

toin Repdblihca Orienta iene en Ia hiateia political de ,a glem civil a Oa. y quelos y reagciloes apar tadas 3a teals fue sustetade por los el lugar que buscara al pilot
S*se est zan en apwtraos que carecen de servlcios re- delegados de Bolivia, Mexico, perdido. La COPA informo que
En esta oportunidad nos complaceimos en rendir tri. sa de Europa". ontarse fuera de las grand m aproba6n de lM Co.' rtPY a l sC. a. Cl. ) y cuaren a esaparcen n
buit de admiraci6n a la memorial preclara de Artigas, elt |nes ma itima" yd a reri, .o mlIi6n. n
paadiailtre de la noble causa deialibertad del Uruguay. UH r O S *u 1 i f inundaciones de Cardenas -
Al miso tienpo ap tvechinos la efemerides paraexaltar eau KlUoA W aV Ca tiCa he &y.a0a SOS n IU
s meritos de la cultural political de ese pueblo que consti- i I a CARDNAS, M4xico, agosto que ha causado direct e
tuy n dible prueba de que es possible lograr una l (UP).- Los trees de au- directamente la muerte a
tuy u ncf bl e prueba de que es possible lograr una xlo se acercaban ba Jo las personas a su paso pr
democracia functional en la America LatihM. Ur lUll jh y iailaSICOs o0 cargO que QUIV9 U nluvias torrenclales a este cen- maica, YucatAn y I costa -
"El Panama America" felicita hoy a los ciudadanos Mientras e .,peraba qu Pa- o ro ferrvio trayendo ayuda riental d Mxi los
Iuruguayo residents en nutro 'pa y de maer muy des- ed Trarto dera la or- O O08 canitasr lamO victims d S nun- do la repress do a
special a su representame diplon~dco ocreditado en Pana- has inmedliclones deo a Casa 31 personas per bo menes, Orras ante las aguas, pero me intof .
ma, S. E. Gustavo A. Rey Alvarez. Muller, anoche fue saitada la TOKIO, agostp 25. (UP). maliciosas que carecen total- METZ, Francis, agosto 25. El Alcalde de Cardenas dlJo da.os de consideraci6n.
sefnora Leonor Robles en su El Oral. MattheW i Ridgway mente de fundamento". (UP). Por 1o menos doce que se necesitan desesperada-
propio autom6vil, donde un au- dijoque la conferencia de Kae- Al aludir especificamente al personas murieron, incluyendo mente medicines, alimentos y El huracan, despues de cau-
Sdaz ratero e rebaret6 lacariuBsoe p coneertar el armis- supuetto bombarded o de Kae- varies soldados norteamerica- agua potable para los sobrevi- sar incontables daflos, se est-
Sinl don t d se rea- se i ecene aia-nos, cuando un trend express vientes de desastre que asol6 a ba *desgastando" contra las e-
LOS indUSTi c il o es n e 50en y o dar4ui llos comunistas es- ateesl recenteoc con la partp trasera del esta poblaci6n layer cuando los levadas montafias de la Sue-
acuer o -o ero- L y oteria y documents persona- ten "d suut0s a terminar la dlp a la lista de 'aupuestos tren Frankfurt-Paris en la ma- muros de la represa cedieron rra Madre, pero las intenma
lsc f e eL h spnf ad u va u de. la' nlegoelaciones cldentes y es tan complet- drugada de hoy cerca de Santi- y una enorme mass de agua Uuvias y vientos que lo acorn-
_arrastr6 200 vviendadoLa do- parian, aunque ya de much
er o Iel e r pers han Le do obJet raron el, 23Aoe '1o So y tan obviamente prepara- El express Basel-Calais que be y a numerosas personas. menos intnsidad, seguian sleop
O g Co delns e o edoe a un solo 'a pr- d.o p.ars vuestroos prop T f.os ob- .ajap a n5 miclas hor, Como consecuencia del cicl6n do motivo de preocupaclon.
"Comcntad decision de estabiecer como pension zoniaa pdo can Y mamleanentomayrea..r.d. son y e" .. e lo ..n- .a gon del trend de Paris que se; '
miaxia doe d eje la snoma de B.200 La sefnora Robles present a en I mM n y Peng Unldas dijo que los delegados ntra a d un 12 Se esrecl ircu a
t noche mismo el denuncio a la Teh HUal, Ridgway dijo: salados estuvieron tratando de Lo testigos presenciales d-
No eston de acuerdo los guro Social debe estar orga- Secrets. "L. alegaiones hechas en ponerse n contact con el of- eron que el trend qued hecho
miembros del Sicdicato de In- nizada en forms que le permit sus vars comunicaciones re- cial de enlace comunista pars pedazos p ODSr n
dustriales con el limited de pen- llevar un control de sus acti- cientes sabre el supuesto tiroteo entregarle el mensaJe de Ridg- egun informed recogido, el .itor esan
si6n f*Sado en B. 200.00, como vidades, ha mugerido. tambiln Presenta Una sobre Pan Munleim; la supues- way y no lograron conseguirlo n dnto ne Paois riculP
peo"l6dzl maxima de vejez, que que Junta Directiva de dl- --a -- t emboacadas deql9 do agas- sino hasts diez minutes des- maquinsta de l tren do Paris
e2di de nrltMdraol teor po-larpnma a rslag tiC dor ld e Playa Leona
troe el proyecto de Decreto-ey cha Caja sea ombrada en for- dn t na to per lag fueza' la.s Nacio- pu6s qtue ste habia side trans- cidi6 detener examinarch la se-
que reform la Ley Orgknica ma rotativa constituida por 88U1 Cla COr neo Unidas; y el uesto bom- mitido por radio por las fuer- males deara examinar a ue Todo parece -i__ndicar que cada _
pel Seguro Sotal. Los indus- un' representante del Goblerno |sAl c bardeo y ametrallamiento de la zas armadas, sospech6 que estas no fun- dia se estrecha nmas el circulo
trials sustentaron sue puntos quien la presidira, un repre- IT AL RI n011S i. noche del miercoles 22 de a- clonaban que va cercando al zoco, Aris- E l C m anf.
de vista ante la Comsion Le- sentante de los empleados pu- gosto, son rechazadas sin con- alales No bien. habia detenido el tides Madrid, una de las per- Ll UU I U LUU
gisativa Pemanente asi: "conblics, n rprsentante d los El doctor Francisco pre dicin alga com mentiras pl lee n cuando apareci6 el expre- on sbre la cuales caen
a diteem ude B"emdeeao,. pStidrt6 Miri6 ecr u abanra seron Rdwa di ds jo 9 ,lo 1 noajptePr ob puede oausurar
do. vjez, quo e5tableCe e0 a r- m t rcantes, un represontantedo Geculto Enraneranl ladd o "d -
on loglosmunastoosas-ie asnel nnuel Solis Palma. Ge) e de e sam tr aerpco nra mericantos uerte osdla emana pasada en Playo dg ario comumsta
g ncuotas sabre suelds do0 B. Medicsa, _npresentante dep la Caja del Segur Socil, acu- .-l W r-paracl As. uemaranolad uos eoncontraban A-rLtarde ha isca carA a-iV2U
1 ,00 y mas de B. 1,000.00. sntante designado per la So- tulos y funciones publicas". A. A to 2 (UP, Beg us de, orden6 la lbertad provi- El president del enad
Conideramos que debe dejarse cledad de Ingenleros. El doctor Filos basa su ue- HAD AA, Agosto 25 fP han sido sumini tradaqs por sonal de cinco personas que Tovi- ny Varona El declaro que el
el 59 pr cento del promedio l d .uncia en que cl enciado Sol espua 1ded_ a elarga en mc Personas con conocimientos habian sido capturadas en re- pueblo de Cuba puede impedir
de sueldos devengados, ele- rectiva de lS CaJ la S iren lo is Palma ha continuado al ed, la o allta deos i enicoy en construcci6n de ca Para Viajar sol lacin con este espantoso cri- que se vuelva a publicar i
var el limited al double, o sea industriales dobe s r lo f rente de la Caja del Seguro So- ri dl conocido jurista y diplo- mindnos en rans a rccalzar e a- men, pdr habr ellas explica- diario comunista "Hoy" aunqu
d e urcial a pear del fal dictaoo mtico d o fam minors, la s prorlarjenharu
a B. 400.00 nenuales de pen- dos pr un b riomo de cino al a pesardel fau o decta ma od fam ntencioal las Calles 9a. y Santa lena a u n aV n do claramente todo lo que ha- el Gobierno carezca de los me-
si6n". aflosp brp o de ci por la Corte Suprema de Juti- doctor Antonto SAnchez de Au bel Parque Lefevre, no erian ian hecho durante las horas dios legalese para no permltir
SSindato de -Industriales ma ara omo e n la ca, declarando inscntitucioal tamnte. r l Estao una coner O en ue comet el homcido. la salda del perdco roj
en consider n d qu a Jun- deasigncaines a M asel Decreto Ley qu separ6 al El doctor Buatamante repr- pare egstaco aqueOn los d sMadrid se h empecinadooa el periodic
ta Directive de la Caja de Be- trades doe isu Licenciado Didacte 8ilvera de la ent6 Caba an varies con- ee erogacl6n, dy4a 8mIjronon quo so grticihancd osailudelpedod.ceraj
losSchdshos, alegando quo no el Gobierno, era una "blasfe-
t c e- ial e Gerencia del Seguro Social. rensa dip y pjuri aron a Pa g e Nueva Yor~ s a o dca dot mia contra el ue do e Cu
n u pliego d rco ndaco- Ia amarea i ao n eatia de bis nraldes pdete laa ai a t aliana Charles Catano ul- ta, has cuando regrets d cuando ue Primer Mnstr
Es onl ia mitsrdn ps mdustrlales manlfestaron sr d s idades de olumbi en Nueva bitndose dipuesto la prtida nortaerno del orieR -- ca done se efectuaba la jun- El president del 8enadf
Are o elopn Upelcdd rcoendaci Do-rto ElRevnutunnarsun -orpotanao.fdo 13 correspondiente pans ia caps-tala nC rlatalano del
Ii e lnesen reflect 0elDecretor El Doctor Btamuiante era au- de grava y trabajos finales de 1o para s solo un avl6n trans- horas despues. Sin embargo. deno la clausura original dIyc
e v iy nquo ref lax O .nA or de L rta o lebros sobre dere- as menclonadas i porte de 48 puestoa, y cuya tri- todas lau coartadas que ha pre- "Hoy", y luego el Ministro d1 a
16 & knire nza dcl Beguro 'e 'l t- Iuteit 0 on cho,r 1mB 6tttli. han ido tradu- a.. pulaci6n comprende diez perse- sentado, como la de que ae Interior, Lomberto Diaz.
16 dict as de e cqp 1re d ue I .A ui Colon cidos ail ingtl, alemAn, italiano, No se explican nue tros in- nas. habia quedado dormido enTa r una
BOGOiTA, agosto 5. Junta restlva d In Caa d chino, n tai rco formantso la ronea an pe- El avi6n hazo escala en Shan- caS a cereana y que habia pe- ras una conerencia cn
(UP) 0t Eje- Eeuro Social debe satar in- ecU s fcp oaran pars distrar m dine-I non, Irlanda, pare aprovisioar- dido sli caf. ban sido des- l esidente C alo
CUtiVO fijo el 16 de Sap.,._ dar pr ' do Directori del Partido R P6gost25. (S5) dOeld Estd oo n oCtrs egasin 6- t616 l e mentidas por los testigos. no no' lsU med
200.00c ensionmna eddOelog a ndome- n, init6yerntod ietern a l mnferei0cie do San formado anteriorenisate is casi non psa das par dersho do ts- ounde
tiembrl cemo .a fech a rt o n, invite s a 2todos ss mde- s t d t adnd lea casms en ta. Cit lno aot ddoj L CIRCUIACION PAGADA g, nocom o h" --ique
pars ]as elez clones par del nt e a o e se tnta tebrs a Ia reunimda o e verdi- paE ca el Jap6n, que samen- setor pertenecen a Sero lareja de tan de b a stewards, d ar6 que ciadoom
peo46, las eloiefbroBe e .l y do prnsosW har s o si-U bar pr Aono 4 de septiem- So nal y cn tufrendo -om "nd T ium el msmo PresiderMe ni AYER MAS DE Zoberto Diaz Uint6 sr
tonbas r alao a p ere e roa r. is tsta- del centro ntran-lii ts swe5Did satol o ofcial dice que aus calls y deadiaes diScs Jar t5Lo, porque staumila obligadosl e pt de sa qe P
mlS0 riln ra adelMro un elona- central 12.nIq Colid el '_trMiles no contiene di que son el tiempo pu con- a levar ogo u rupo de a dS E ~ l e Oobe noa
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l ift Se refiere a una El arroz sera uno de los
denuncla el sior mas "I
attatt ..?,* almentos mas co '0
Jor IBriSe descubre mitodo pars reintegrarle las vitami-
a H Panami. Agosto 12 de 1951 nas A, B-1, C y hierro
Sphor Director de
HAnMooso AnIAS. aR"ECTon "El PanamA America". Per Paul F. Ellis reserves de alimentos adeca- 1.090
Present. das. existe el problema de re- .
LDiTAoo oL Seefor Director- BASILEA, Sulza, agoasto 35.- Integrar a sat0; los componen-'
rDITONA PANAMA AMcA.. A. Solicitole par este medio se 'UP) El doctor M. F. Fur- tes nutritivos que pierden du-
o -o740 ,CTL PRVAD A APvRTADO POTAL NO. 14 sirva publicarme en su acrcm- ter, quien descubrio un meto- rante su process de limpleza.. A .A
tapo -074o TRAPRIvtado diarlo. Ia aclaracion P do practice para enriquecer el La naturaleza provee cot vit -
Su. TALLER SI.TUADS N STA C.UAD. CALLS H. No. 7 leremito l riaciOn corn -iarroz pulido -allmento princi- minas a los alUmentos, nosoros .
macion aparecica en Ia edican pal de una cuarta part doe Ise qutamoe y luego luch- ..
tde ayer 21 de este mes en 1.l poblac16n mundial- dijo qua mos desesperadamente pak 1P-
LA SERIA SITUACION DEL PAPEL DE ual se me envuelve de mar no de lo problems m gra- ntegrarlas. rre
LAlSERIAnSITNE envue o defeta- es de Ia clencia es Ia nutri- El m~todo del doctor furter i ngm1l
maliclosa en un hurto efectla- ci6n mundial. para "enriquecer" el arroz ga- Carre
PERIOICO Deseo rar en el Hoel E Panama', Dijo Furter que "nos enfren- rantiza que la vitaminas no 4:30 ntermedo popular
PERIOICODeseo aclarar en primer tamos al problema especifica se perderan mediante el lavado 4:45 Carrera
gar, que yo Jorge Enrique Ba- de fortlficar el alimento de o coccln del alamo 46:0 IC r lo ppqlar:
Los paises de la America Latina estan con- rrios, no he mido despedido de una enorme proporcoln de la Los factor d'e enriqueci- I:15 Carrer
aises e e ee Motel com se apunta en ia poblaci6n de la tierra con las mientos son incorporados a una 5:30 Intermedlo p
frontando en la actualidad una se cra cris de pa- information sino suspendido mismas vitamins que se le mezcla que provee una especie :M BeBda u.s..
pel de peri6dico debido a la escasez que de este emporalmente por reducciO qultan durante el process de de capa protectors n el arroz, 7: Gd .
d e nlos pa Is e lfabricalaed do ieuerzas, con la promesa del limpleza". Ia cual s le agropt i grando Gad
product hay en los raises que lo fabrican. La Si- seaor Subgerente de que me iba La mayoria de los pueblos en los central de mollenda y 7:1B El pian0o tico
tacin ha dado margin a una alza desproporcio, a restituir a mi empleo con el del mundo insisten en que el no cream problema alguno en la 7:30 PrO1ram5 dela Meas
tuacin ha dado margin a smo trabajo o con traoajo arroz sea pulido, quitandole si dlstrlbucl6n o'costo del arroz. edondA Panamerinca
nada en los precious en el llamado mercado negro, miejor. ;a mayoria de sus vitamins 8:00 Hit Parade
lo cual, a no dudarlo, esti afectando Ia economic En segundo lugar, se dic que naturales. El resultado natural p d
yo en represalia pot'el despiLo' es una alta Incldencia do be-. De a de Chile
internal de centenares de empresas periodisticas !a- te que habia sido victim, Je- riberl con un alto porcentaje ado 0 .arruei do MI aledoa
Laaao nc-de mortalidad.
tinoamericanas. inuncle una comibinacion que e- de mdotor Furter y otros hm-alidad. Austriaco usdo NI EL GA'TO SE SALVO.-Aunque el ti po ya so e Da6, sgin I04 M~l~t dd el etel
toamecaxistia en el Hotl, contenida en 0 El doctor Furter y otros hom- o indies el metro de estacionamlento, este felino so mantlese S l an*m *
robots que se etaban lievando a bres de ciencla dedicaron diez asldo al m dor sin powder ir a ningan lado, debide als rcn 10:30 Bolerofavorit
El problema en question es sumamente dele- eecto en este establecimlcnto, aios de sus vidas para en- d tea tnundaetes del Rion Missouri. 1oi0 A. tflr.
cado por cuando implica un grave peligro para por empleados del mismo. sefor c trearun media prraticolde SANTIAGO Chile agosto 25*- noelh e
Semisin del pensamiento escrito ya que es v- Director, yo no he tenido pari- in B- y herrodespus dee -a tePolcia Secreta re- operator de radio de la ban-
la emisn del pensameno escrlo ya que e cipacln alguna en la denucia haber sido este descascarado vye cla 1 y deporta- t A da de espias comunistas dirgi-
dente que la mencionada escasez de papel, asi co- de que se habla en la noticia y pulldo.sro clon del austriaco Hermann lla y m tero da par Richard Sorge, eecu- MAANA OMIN
e a ist se cotiza en no conocia la combinacion a .En 1948, s inic16 un ex.p Ruffert, de 47 afhos de edad tado enp el cJapn Sorge. cl WANAA DOMINGI
mo los elevados precious a que te e cotien coniamismanoticia se a- rimn 1948, nto cle inic un expe-s y expert oomentarlsta de a- dama enredada en o rra .Jp a:t a
de-nue-Iento clico c s do untos pMtI, YNu ex e......n guerra. : uenOs dia
el mercado negro, estn provocando n gran de- lude Mal podia yo entonces, su- 9,000 personas en BatTn. Las Grtrudes Paelts, -au jedea Deausen, I a notea s ericana, Reh : A anue de a
sequilibrio dentro del engranaje del periodismo con- ministrar datos o efectuar s.- dos terceraspartesnde.estas 27 afiosd de a s de aso50 de e sBepionaj nnett a tens 25 a sa
nunclas contra empleados que personas f u e r o n alimentadas haberse confirmed que reall-. asoBnee espionajede oulentes, acosr
tiner!tal. Analizando el asunto con una mentalidad cstuviesen o no en combinacio- con el arroz "enriquecido". Las haberse confrmado qu e edad on la e ontonces, actu6 8:30 Valses tavorito
culturalse Ie1a a. la conclusion .de nes para hurno cmbinc o- d el or 3000fuenriqecdontLas zaban esplonaje a favor de Ru- WASHINGTON, agosto 25. con Ia banda de espias soviE- 8:45 litmos del Nort
Sdemocratica y cultural se llega a. la conclusion de espara hurtar articulos del otras 3,000 fueron alimentadas s oia. (UP). U bella mistero- ticos durante cinco meso en DeI
que esta crisis envuelve un inminente riesgo para Hotel, con elun arroz corrlente. La polin encontr6 en oder sa muler norteamericana apa- 1929. 9:30 m concerto matutin
que esta crisis envuelve un inminente riesgo Para El empleo que tenia en el He- En un aflo, las muertes dis- de los ?uffert los pianos fate- recl6 hay complicada en Ia H
la causa de la libertad political de los pueblos y tel era como dice la noticia, a- mnuyeron en un 67.3 pr cen- grfcos de a plant de acero rgn n de espona eman- Segn las notas de Klausen, 10:00 a oner0 de la
de a cultural general de nuestras naciones. und dt to entire la personas qu co- de Huachpt en Concepcln, tenida pr a Unn Sovtica Rehera "bella, aunque su na-
duerte, yo no tenia que ver .in micron el arroz enrlqudcldo de minerales idiocObre en An- en l E xtremno Orlente antes de riz era algo largal. 10:30 Claudia Ferter y aus
la vigilancia de personas o co- mientras ue en las otras 3,006 tofag a stay laprinopa la guerra del Pacifico. Los miembros de Ia comi- Jibaros
Nos parece innecesario entrar en detalles acer- sas que entraban o salian :el el promeio de muertes au- plants elktras de pals, las En una reuni6n de la comi- si6n no pudleron dar otros de-
ca de los motives existentes para career que con Hotel. Este trabajo, le corres- mentor en 2.4 por ciento. cuales se preparaban a enviar sion investigadora de actlvida- talles sobre Reh Bennett, qulen 1:45 Progaa Cult il je Is
d libetady la pondia al senior Angel Garcia R. Como resultado de estos oex- a Mocfi. des subverslvaa se ley6 part sA vive todavia, tendri ac- Ltela Naeonli
s areueharion Bie n srbscasu-lIa ra ena aque er er ia la n -nou estiuando hy di el arroz Ruffert conf6 ala pollcia deIanotas de Max Klausen, tualmente 47 aios de edad. 11:00 re de la Loteri
cultural populares. Bien sabido es que la prensa ticia, que era guardian noctutndr r o1 Naional ,
C pleu n eleadocometo d ro de la active- ytamblien a los policies est- "enriquecldo" y los hombres de que actu6 como agent de los :5 M co y ml
ple un elevado cometido dentro de las activi- lecidos en el Hotel para cl- ciencla estdn dedicados a la ta- allados en Alemania durante la 11:30 Espafoleriad
dades political de los pueblos, orientandolos y re- dar de que nadie sacara nada agregarle al arroz vitaminas A torizaci6n dt los allado, seL s
cogiendo sus opinions y sus inquietudes. Con res- queo uese pertenencircundel ns- y C. ncorpor6 al serviclo de espio- 12:30 interEedoo a'
po. S l par alguna circunston- El doctor Furter, quien es naje aleman, proporclonando a a 1 raOa F Edt u ha do Ba?
pecto al punto de vista cultural los arguments cia brindaba alguna coope.a- Director de a division farina- las autoridades gertnanas fal- narrador Eduardo Mol
on iualmente s61dos clon a la lacor de los guardi- edutlca de los laboratories Hoff- sos informes procedentes de
son iguamente sidos. nes, lo hacia de manera volun- man La Roche, dijo que los Londres. 1:00 Intermedo popular
Par otra parte hay que tomar en cuenta que taria; pero no porque era mi hombres de clencia no tendran En 1950 lleg6 a Chile esta- 1:15 Carrera
P0r otra parte ay quc tomaren cuentaque obllgaci6n. problema alguno en1 agregarle blecl6ndose cor#o corridor de 1:30 Intermedio popular
en Europa y Asia tambin se esti sintiendo la 8efior Director, agradeceriale al arroz la vitamina C, pero si vents de propledades en San- i:48 Carrea
crisis aludida, y, lgicamente ello represent los muchisimo me publicara esta tendran gran dificultad con Ia tiago. El Servicio Secreto lo IANDAMIENTO 2:00 ntermedio popular
criis aluia, y, logical e, n rptcarta que va a servir para r J- vltamlna A debido a su in- mantuvo en observacl6n du- 2:15 Carrera
mismos inconvenientes sefialados en el caso de la vindicarme publicamente ante estabilidad. rante un afio, intervinlendo su 2:30 Intermedio popular
A T at las personas que me conocen y Dl o que sin embargo, este correspondencia y llamadas te- 2:45 Carrera
America Latina.que saben de Ia hdnradez y dig- problema sera resuelto y que lef6nicas hasta sorprender los .0 3:00 Intermedio popular
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Como es fcil de comprender, a falta de no he sido ams un delator y tal de clentos de millones de identifican como espia.
pel de periodico debe preocupar a los dirigentes no tengo necesidad alguna de Personas adicionales en el Confes6 que recibia del Ser-
pl serlo adora mundo enter. viclo Secreto Soviitico un suel-
de la political econ6mica mundial, los cuales de- ro a iora. dEl mdtodo de enriquecrpien- do de 500 d6lares mensuales y
hacer esfuer clectiv pr jain otro particular, del efror' to del arroz podra ser nsado que hacia llegar las informa- T
ben lhacer efue lectivo pAraallarleunaDrector, en otros allmentosQ tales coma clones a los rusos par intermeo
adecuada solueon a tan grave problea. No es Ata etne, .ta avena que Ite consume en dio de agents e. s e 4*
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ientido de promover, hasta donde lo permitan las formation a que .se refler' el
c au a oducci6n arasti senior Jorge Enrique Barrios, 'El
circunstancias, una mayor production para satis- Panama America" no hizo otra
facer las necesidades del consumo mundial. cosa que reproducir los caigos
Fanami t, cargo que constant en
Ia denuncia respective. La iii- A.D R A R NA.. A
sEflor Jorge Enrique Barrios fidA
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El Consejo Interamericano de

Cultura celebrara en Mexico

una reIunin el dia 10 de Sept,

Se efectuarA en Mexico por
primer yes una reunion oel
Consejo Intetamericano 'Cultu-
ral de los paises americanos el
dia 10 de Septiembre, atupitcia-
do por la Organizacl6n de los
Estados Americanos. *
E I Consejo Interamericaro
Cultural es un 6rgano perina-
nente del Corisejo de la O ga-
nizaci6n de los Estados Amci>-
canos; establecido por la Car-
ta de Bogota de 1948, y esta m-
togrado por delegaciones oficia-
les de los gobiernos de Amei ca.
La primer reunion del Con-
sejo considerara el incremetto

de lus campafias nacionales do
alfabetizac67i, la coordinacionr
de activldades on el. campo de
la .educaclin ila ciencia y la
culture, laborganizaclones y a-
geilsias iaternacionales y loe
orgainsmos fnocionates, oficiales
y particulates entire la Organi-
zacl6n de lo" Estacios America-
A esta reunion que se verlf!-
cara en M6xico el dia 10 de
Septiembre asistirAn los MiliiL-
tros de Eduaeci6n de las Repiu-
blicas amertcanas, y altos expo-
ientes de la intelectualidad A-

La question religiosa vuelve

hoy a amenazar la estabilidad

political del Gobierno Frances
PARIS, agosto 22 (UP)-La nes.
espinosa question de las sub- Los 296 dipttados que com-
venclones a las escuelas religio- ponen la Asoclacidn formada
sas que ha puesto en pugna a plara proteger los derechos de
los partidos vuelve hoy a ame- escuelas de iglesias, anuncia-
nazar .con una nueva crisis en ron su decision esta tarde, pi-
el gobierno ffanc6s. diendo el pago ,a1al de tres
El Parlamento que termin6 mil francos a los padres de to-
sus vataciones de doce dias, do escolar y esta cantidad debe
reanud6 sus seslones que se es- ser "obligatorlamente" entre-
pera duren diez aflos antes de gada por los padres a' la escuela
ue comince el eaec4nso pro- cuando el tifio soa w Iumno de
ngado dm0a n1twoJn la' una escuela aelltlo*t. L4 5te- 6 l d. aa6 sae& gundo lugr,, exigen ie fundefl
dedicaron ut smo, ri m tribito adosc dales para subvencionar es-
minembros fallecidos durante las cuelas necesltadas, incluso reli-
vacaciones. un veteran sdeia- giosas, segun' determine -ls
list Albert AuA y y otro jo- tuitoridades locales..1S el Go-
ven mienyprp del abinete, Pie- bi rno adoptara estas peticio-
rre 4heWur, muerto a tiroa nes, provocarian una tempes-
por su esposa en Ofleans hacd tad de protektas entire socialis-
diez dias. Despuis fijaron fe- tas, radical socialistas, anti-
chas para las elecciones can- clericales y como radiocal-
tonalew en -Francia y algunas
poseloi~tes eft Africa del Norte socialistas forman el Gobierno
para el. 7 J .14 de octubre. A
tesar d ell, bubo gran activi- de Pleven, me caeria su gabinete.
Clad pO6tica y los vientos que
4oplan presagian una tempes-
tad. -*-, .
* LSi partdo. celebraron reu- *
liiones discutlendo comn tema I *
principal el dificilisimo proble-
ma de las escuelas. A pesar de EN EL
Ulas muchas promesas de una MU O EMTR
ynidad naclonal. dadas durante
a tregua de doae dias por dis-
tintos cabecillas y la resisten-
'cia de los partidos centriqtas
de provocar otra cristse las ma-
niobras de los partidos revela-
ban hoy igual resistencia a re-
tirarse de las posiciones soste-
nidas tenazmente en el asuntor
escolar que se discutir~ elylr-

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ViTe is primer guerra mundial, y con ella hubieron muaches camblos.., inclusive en los ves-
tites de baAo. He aqui aluanas damiselas de California con los ultimos models de 1920. Las
ray. estaban a la oraen el ant y come e puede var, existia una fuerte e6rriente para que
las damas mostraran algo asi que la cara y manes. Sin embargo, todavia quedaban algu-
nos residues de la era de amelucos y mangas lanias. Aunque la moda habia avanzado
batante, las damiselas del 29 todavia creian en las media, aunque alrunas Its usaban mis
abajo de las rodillas. Muchos de los vestidos de bafio todavia tenian falditas con pantalones
debajo. La sandalia baja feemplaz6 a las bot as, pere la dams de la derecha parece que no
1o pabia todavia. No todas las chleas de 1920 usaban vestidog de bafo que les dieran formats.
Aqul vemoa a Margaret Gorman, "Miss America 1921", que usa un traje de bafio que le da
tanta forms omo una tlenda de campafna, aunque la muy coqueta nos muestra aunque sea
Is reodillas.
A benefit del Shletes.
A benefio de la 4o.-Poesia a cargo del decla- El senior T. Brin
*scin "H" abr mador del Conservatorio Nacio-
C ORn "H iabrap nal, senior Miguel Moreno.
a5o.-Trio A rica, ar6tatbatasa declara ante el
Iuna CIOn teatral de fama international.

Una magnifica funcidn se e-
fectuara en el Teatro Central
el pr6ximo martes 28 del pre-
sente mes, a las ocho de la
noche, a beneticio de la Sec-
cion H del Hospital Santo To-
mis, organizada por el Depar-
tamento de Servicio Social de
la Caja de Seguro Social.
Be desarrollara el siguiente
la. Parte:
lo.-"Murmullo de la Prima-
vera" de Sinding. Piano por la
sefiorita Ana Victoria Fisher,
del Conservatorio Naclonal de
2o.-"Because" G. d'Hardelat,
'y "Manima Addio" de la Operai
Caballeria Rusticana de P. Mas-
cagni, por el tenor Mario Gu-
tidrrez, acompafiado al piano
por el sefior Humberto Vaccaro.
3o.-Sketch c6mico, por Las

2a. Part:
lo.-Vals de Musseta, de la
Opera Bohemia de Puccini, por
la soprano sefiorita Tita Rios,
del Conservatorlo Nacional, a-
compafiada al piano por el Sr.
Humberto Vaccaro.
2o.-Vals, por la Srta. Shir-
ley Van der Dijs, de la Escue-
la National de Danzas.
3o.-Estreno de la comedian
"Consejo de Gabinete" del se-
fior Mario J. de Obaldia.
4o.-Pelicula de la RKO.

Pars conservar au pelo aseado, liveele
:on PIOJINA. Piojina ae y hermom e.
'abello; alivia picazonesa v crupciones lave5
!n la cabeza y en el cuerpo; cicatrita am-
pollas y rajaduras en los pits, destruye par-
!ioI en hlas cabeza y part. vcUotLa, Compnr
'IOJINA a nu botiga.

Ie proportion ATn


Arranque rapido... gran 'eserva do
potencia... alto nivel de agua... envase fuer-
te... y larga vida. Estas son las principles
ventajas que le ofrecen las Baterfas ATLAS.
Para mayor eficiencia, economia y seguri-
dad, compare una Bateria ATLAS en su
Eataci6n de Servicio ESSO.

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Fiscal 19 del Cto.

5 Ofrecen servicios

al Ecuador algunos

'Colombianos, aqui
QUITO, agosto 25. (UP). -
"El Comercio" public una car-
ta de colombianos residenLes en
Panama ofreciendo sus servi-
cios para allatarse en las fuer-
zas armadas del Ecuador en
caso que "la agreau6n peruana
en las fronteraa desemboque en
una guerra Intemacional".
Los colomblanos residences en
Panama se relieren en su carta
a "los nexos comunes de pa-
triotismo que nos unen y el
iervor para las reivlndicaciones
de los derechos terrltorlales que
se confirmaron con el triunfo
de Tarqul".

. Constituido comite'

pro-casa de Nacho

Fue hoy constltuldo oficial-
mente el Comite Nacional Pro-
Casa de Nacho Valdes, en una
reunion que soatuvieron repre-
sentantes de la Prensa, la Ra-
dio y representantes del Go-
blerno en el Palacio de Go-
bierno y Justicla.
Por aclamaci6n fue electo
president del Comite el seftor
Eduardo Ritter Alslan, autor
de la idea de que se le regale
una casa al querido periodis-
.ta panameflo Nacho Valdes.
La Directiva del Comltd que-
do constituida asl:
President: Dr. Eduardo Rit.
ter Aislin.
Vicepresidentes: Fernando E-
leta y Ramon H. Jurado.
Tesorero: Tomas Gabriel Du-
Subtesorero: Maria Correa do

Secretaries: Teresa Lopez de
El senor Teodoro Brin, ex- Vallarino Moisis Torrijos H
Gerente del Banco Agropecua- as tao Toas A. Cu-
rio declare ante el Fiscal Pri- pas.
ncro del Circulto en relacion El Comitn de colecta quedo
con la Investgaclon o sconstituidO en la siguiente for-
adelana re las vacaclon que se ma: Pablo Paz, Arquipedes
Pagadea a m plel a ions d Fernandez, Victor Julio y Ma-
pagadas a varies empleados de ria Corea de Moreno.
esa instituci6n, sin que exista Corea do Mreno.
derecho a ellas. El Comite quiere informar
En lcha a dennlas al public que todas las dona-
por el seftor Eduardo Vallari cones sean entr.gadas a las
no, Gerente del Banco Agro-
Pecuario, se acusa al senior En- cheques girados a estas perso-
rique Linares y al senior Teo- nas fueron extendidos de acuer-
doro Brin de haber pagado va- do con las disposiclones claras
caciones a various empleados sin del C6dlgo del Trabajo y se-
que 6stos tengan derecho a re- gun precedentes establecidos en
cibir dinero alguno en concep- la misma institucion, habiendo-
to de vacaciones. se pagado siempre vacaciones
De acuerdo con la declara- proporcionales a otras perso-
ci6n del sefor Brin todos los nas.


Elegantes, frescos, c6modos y livianos.
Destaciandose en cada uno de sus cortes
la caracteristica arrogante y varonil.










Ademdas. .



Esta ex una ocasi6n como pocas
para comprar ventajosamente.

S. .no se la pierda!
Ud. lo Escoge y lo Prueba.



Avenida Central 73 PANAMA

emitidos por u
DAVID. 22 Agosto Correspon-
sal -He aqui la Importante
Resoluclon que expidlo la Aso-
claclon de Periodistas de Chi-
La Asociacion de Perlodistas
de Chiriqui
Que el Directorio Provincial
del Partido Liberal. en Resolu-
clon de reclente fecha. califico
la intervencl6n de la Prensa y
de los Radio-Periodicos en el
escandalo provocado por la In-
form a c lon suministrada por
Funclonarios Publicos sobre el
retire sorpresivo de la partida
destinada a la construction de
la Escuela de Las Lomas. como
un actor de Injustificada hos-
Que ]a Intervenclon de los
o6rnos de publicidad locales
tuvleron como fundamento las
exposiclones herhas por el lefe
del Deparamento de Disehos
y Construociones confirmadas
por ulterlores declaraclones del
Mlnlstro de Obras Publcas;
Que los funcionarios publicos
cualquiera que sea su categoria
deben merecer el credlto pu-
blico, mientras no se comprue-
be que han faltado a la verdad;
Que la Asociacion de Perio-
distas de Chiriqui, no obstante
el criteria politico de cada in-
tegrante, no obedece a tenden-
cla partidarista alguna. sino al
imperative Indeclinable del bieni
Y que por u~ltimo, correspon-
de a los organos de publicidad
denunciar las irregularidades
endrgicamente 'por la antojadi-.
za apreciaci6n del Directorio
Provincial del Partido Liberal
Naclonal; recabar del senior Mi-
nistro de Obras Pfiblicas, Inge-
niero Norberto Navarro, las
pruebas ofrecidas;



para satisfacer
al gusto mas exigente.




B. 20.00



Bi. 12.o00


n directorio
Y declarar que la Asociacln
de Periodistas de Chiriqui
una Institucidn sin tendency.
politlcas, sin otra preocupaci6 I
que ia de oponerse a todo act:
dahioso al blenestar de la colec-
tlvidad y que en este prop6sita
no desmayari en la tarea d.
desnudar ante la opinion ptbli>
ca a los funcionarios y politic
que antepongan a los interestE
colectivos su proplas y person
nales conveniencias. T

Mueren 42 en in
desastre aereo en 'IT
Oakland, EE. UUt
OAKLAND, agosto 25. (UP1
Un avion DC-6 de la Unite'
Airlines, se estrell6 contra uw*k
montafia cerca de Decoto, ca-*-
yendo envuelto en Mlamas en u't-'
preciplcio y matando a los 4li
pasajeros y cinco tripulantuel-
que Iban a bordo.
Una hora despuds de ocurri-
do el accident, las escuadrille s
de rescate lograron sacar "cua-
tro o cinco" cadAvcres de IctsI.
escombros. Uno de los mnlenms*"
bros de la escuadrilla de res,|
cate dijo gue habla muchod- r
cadiveres mas.
En la oficina del Sheriff sa
Inform que el accident bctir"'-
rri6 como a las 5:30 de la ma-*
fiana cuando el avl6n comerWni
el descenso para aterrizar e?.'.
el aeropuerto de Oakland eat.
su vuelo desde Boston.
El avi6n habia iniclado el .
vuelo en Boston con escalas en i
Hartford, Cleveland y Chicago.
deblendo aterrizar en Oaklan -
antes de terminar su vuelo e i
San Francisco.

La Republica de Venezuela.:

produjo 1.717.132 barrilesr

de petroleo diariamenfe

CARACAS, (SE),-Otro record
de production fue fijado por la
industrial petrolera venezolana
personas autorizadas del Co-
mite de Colecta. Que las dona-
clones seran publicadas en la
prensa, y que se abstengan de
donar dinero a personas que
no puedan certificar que son
miembros de este Comit6 Na-

en el mes pasado cuando se alr.- '
canz6 un promedio de 1.717.131
barriles de petr6leo crude, con -
tra 1.699.420 barriles diaries del
mes anterior.
Esta cifra tiene singular im--
portancia, sobre todo cuando
esta a punto de clausurarse en
forma definitive la instalacio-
nes de Irin que son conside..
radas como las mas grande:. J
del mundo.


- Avenida Tivoli 16




Los periodistas Chiricanos

protestan debido a concpri

EL -CORTE INGLES ofrere a los.

Delegados a la Conferencia de la Econosoc..

su amplio almacen de venta donde encontraran

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- UMSDm tm

ea Luena flutriciln i

JItti 0De Nutriti6n De Centro tmerica y Pana6

Fuentes de Vitamina "A"
-V higado es el alimento iais mAs alto de Vitamina A.
r11o en Vitamina A: ya que es El caro.- o present en las
el 6rgano quo contiene mas o lantas se converted en Vitami-
l"eno el 95 por ciento de la Vi- na A en el organinmo annual
Uta*na A present en el orga- salvo en condiciones anorma-
nismo. Un trozo de 100 gramos les; de alli que los alimentoa a-
(w higado de res puede contener nimales parecen aer mas eli-
huts 18.000 Unidades Interna- cientes en Vitamina A que las
cinales. plants que solo contienen lea
3. aceite de higado de pesca- precursores de esta vltamina.
do 6s uka de las mejores fuen- Sin embargo algunas plants
tes de esta vitamin, siendo el tienen muy alto contenido de
conttnido de Vitamina A fs- carotene que contribuyen gran-
tandariado en los diferentes demented a alcanzar los niveles
products que se venden en el necesarlos de Vitamina A.
La leche y sus products in- Entre las plants de maycr
cluyendo queso. crema, mante- contenido de carotene esatn:
quill, son muy ricos en Vita- zanahorlas, chiles verdes, chipi-
mina A. La leche de las vacas lin, bledo y en general todam las
criadas en pastes verdes y a- ',ojas o frutos de color a ri.r-
bundantes tienen un contenido Nlo 6 verde.


1-Yerbas medicinales.
;-Posda, hosteleria.
11-Palos para aprender a
12-Xecurras en apelacion.
14--Imperative de tr.
I 1-lSe de calzado.
I-Fabullsta griego.
i fi-Entregar.
--oblael6n de Cuba.
iPalo de la baraja espahola.
S -Tejido muy fuerte, Inv.
ercados, vailas.
-Pasan de adentro hacia
10-Dignidad etiope.
S 31-81gno arltmdtico.
32-Del verbo examiner.
5--Articulo, Pl.
37-Conforme a su original.
U&-Dar vueltas.
41-Orden Militar, Inic.
4&--rm larcaci6n de recreo.
45-Piedras muy duras.
47-Fruto de la anona.
49-Hllo de seda poco torcido.
92--nI el mar.
95-Como Ia seda.
W-Unicos, sin compafia.
1-Plel curtida.
2-Instituto Liberal, Inic.
3-Personaje biblico.
4-Monte de Orecia.
6-Repetido, ser querldo.
7-EFcuela Pflblica Espahfola,

19-,cnsaclon del olfato.
16-Natural de AmOrica.
19-Listas o cattlogos.
24-Ley, en Latin.
29-Aparato para pescar.
31-Rolativo a los modos.
35--Papagayos. ,
39--Pones tieso.
40-Animales parecldOs a los
clervos. '
42-Romano celebre por su
43-Igual al 60 horizontal.
46-Juez civil turco,
48-Planta arvense.
53-Caso de pronombre. Inv.
56-Caso de pronombre.

No estan de acuerdo

con los precious tope de

El serviclo de luz

de Macaracas esti

en pislmo estado
MACARACAS, Agosto 25 (Cc-
rresponsal) Pueblo indigna .
do anoche levant6 su voz de
protest por pdsimo servicio luz
que viene soportando desde mnu-
cho tempo.
El alumbrado pfiblico fue ,iu-
primido debido a que el motm3r
no tiene suficlente fuerza. En
las casaas lo que hay son Utso-
nes. No se puede leer ni los ra-
dios funcionan. El pueblo en ge-
neral declarose en huelga de no
pago. Corremos traslado a la
PanamA Elhctrica.

Turismo aceptara
unas propuestas
hata lo. de Sept.
La Junta Nacional de Turls-
mo hace saber que hablendo
vista el interds que ha des-
pertado en clertas instituclones
comerclales la posibilidad de
celebrar un contrato par& la
administraci6n del hotel Pa-
ralso La Reitinga en Taboga,
reclblra en las ofIclnas del Co-
misionado General de Turlsmno,
situada en le edificio de la CA-
mara de Comercdo, todas lag
proposicionea que a este res-
pecto quieran hacerse. Estas
propuestas deben ser entrega-
das en ese despacho antes del
dia primero del pr6ximo mes
de aeptiembre.

Encuentran nueva.

pista en el crime

en La Chorrera

Anoche fueron traidos de La
Chorrera a esta capital los agri-
cultores Aristides Madrid, Si-
m6n Rosero Zambrano, Sergio
de la Flor, Vicente de la Flor
y Rufino Ramos, dindlcadoa tn
ia muerte del aefior Encamna-
ci6n Ortega, quien fue encu.i-
trado estrangulado en playa
Leona el domingo en la noche
De acuerdo con las deciata-
clones de los sindlcados, el j -
ven Aristides Madrid tuvo una
oiscusi6n con Ortega cuando se
encontraban en la residencia' de
un amigo, al Ortega negar.e a
prestarle la pipa que estaba fu-
Segun las declaraciones pie-
sentadas Ortega, sall6 de la cc-
sa sin que ellos se dieran cuen-
ta como desapareci6 o quien lo
El Fiscal encargado de la in-
Vestigacl6n, Licenciado Francis-
co Alvarado, esta ampliando la
Indagatorla rendida por lc3I
sindicados por haber contradic-
clones en las declaraciones an-

Por el delito de
hurt se condena
a Pedro Jimenez
Fue condenado a ocho' meses
de reclusion por el Juez Cuar-
to del Circuito, el senior Pedro
Jimenez, resident en J u a n
Diaz, por el delito de hurto
necuario en perjulcio del senior
Victor M. Denis.
De acuerdo con la sentencla,
se ha tornado en cuenta como
base de ella el hecho de qua
el sefior Jimenez confess ser
el autor del hurto de un ca-
ballo de propledad del senior
Jimenez en los alrededores de
Pedregal. jurisdicci6n de Juan


Para poder hacer cambios de importancia que mejoraran el
servicio, serA necesario interrumpir la corriente elkctrica en
todos los circuitous de los sectores comprendidos entire Aveni-
da Central, desde el cruce del ferrocarril hasta Calle "N".
Calle 23 Este, Calle 24 Este desde Avenida Central hasta
Calle 21 de Enero. Calle "M" desde Calle Jose Vallarino
hasta Avenida Central y Avenida Central desde Calle "P"
hasta Calle "Q", el Domingo 26 de Agosto de 1951, de 6:00
a.m. a 10:00 a.m. Panama, R. de P.



0 -

Tildan de "antipatri6tica y

ruinosa" la media adoptada

por la Junta de Precios aqui

DAVID, Agosto 25 (Correspon-
sal) Alrededor de 50 afrrldll-
toref del-Boquete exponen pun-
tos de vista- en relaci6n con el
I.reclo de la papa en el menea-
je telegrAfico enviado lI Preai-
dente Arodemena que dice asi:
Boquete Agosto 19 de 1951
Preoidente Arosemena.
Comuinicado de prenas expe-
dido por dlreccli6n de preclos
tope de las papas nacionales,
no se ajusta a las aspiraciones
del prOductor national l u don-
sults el desenvolvimiento de la
economic panamefla.
Abaratar el product tiailo-
nal es tanto como incrementar
la importacl6n de los produdtos

extranjeros, tactic que no pae-
de ser mja rulnos!a ni anilra-
81 la producci6n de cada quflm
tal de papas nos cuesta aproxi-
madamente BI. 4.00 sin cohttr
que las cosechas staun expuos-
tas a perderse partial o total-
mente es inconsebible la flja-
cl6n de Ba. 5.00 y As. 4.00 ;ara
la papa do primers y aegunda
respectivahmente. OjalA vuestra
excelencla en su deseo de hacer
justicia y tyudar al desenvolvi-
miento econ6mloo naclonal so-
licite de It direcom6n do precios
y abastos, It roeonslderact6n de
la medida ad*4tada, completa-
mente nocivt a lom interests e-
conomicos del paUi.

Los Indios del Teribe construyen

una casa para escuela y piden al

Ministerio les envie un maestro
ChdANGUINOLA, Agosto 24---la benjgnidad del claims de la
(Corresponsal) -Un grupo In- montana y las cltaas aguae del
tegrado peor valiosos elements rio ddl cual se abastecen, la
de la comunidad indlidts a de tribu se hall acosdai pr #n-
Terlibe, persist en el cmvpeflo Iermdades Infecto-contogloas
laudable de interesmr al. o- que la amdnazan con el exter-
bierno Naclonal, en el estable- minino total.
cimiento de una escuela on a- Etn los mesa recientet la
quell region, cuya poblaei6n region Indigenl esta siendo vi-
escolar soe acerca1 al medio cpn- sitada p g aogetes eateguiza-
tenar. La region que habitan dereO t 9diftreltetl sectig y
los indiom Toribes cubr t ina ,rupos rllgioso0 (n9 todoe ellos
considerable superflci sobre ben inteinclon4cp t ue o po-
ambu v matfgene d0 Tribo. drain janla per medlo do. or-
u. pincipal cent de po- dn espirtual, resolVer Sati-
blaci6jeff Sheli-Bhick, que dis- fictoriamente, los graves uro-
ta 24,. mulas rio arriba, de blemas .eenfrt 1a comIu-
gran *Uente ferri ttlic-del rio n idad .ree-
Chang la, dol es afluen-, etaU .ttSaea ds-
te el-iribe. t IndiOs, qu( plegad .on un medtq done
hablin un didlecto distinto la ilnper$ i lnorancta por fal-
de los Guaymiei que pueblan t, d~ do'elfa, n1 tm anibien-
lam orillas del rio Cricameo. te qu es campo de competen-
la peninsula de Valiente y el at" proselltista, los resultado$
sistema montanoso de Tabasa- pued4n ser fAcilment lrOtvlis-
rk, son gentle muy laboriosa y tea: el fanatisnio religious qua
de notorias aspiracones. Hanl $ tan pellfrosb como l1a en-
construido ellos mismos la ca- fermedadea' qpe diesman esos
sa-escuela, han remltido va- pequefio control d, poblaci6n.
rias veces el censo escolar, s*e ervicis midicos .y edueaeio-
han agftado on vane con 1# ntles y no pkted4iOdors, son
esperanza de lograr lo~que no10 l necesidades inmedlatas per
me puede, erl una democracit, lau qu6 clama un conglomerado
negarse a nadie: unsa escuela. de ponamenos, que calladamen-
No obstante qua los favorect donor social de que son via -
teo e hablan resignado al aban-
timts por part de lo gobter .
RED PANAMERICANA pero que thora,valo
de la pai na "La Voz del In-
telaor," e ponen a la faz del
e ai a .s a tragedia. concitndo a
iene OS las autorldades todas, provln-
cialtes y nacionales, a que ac-
s .w rtauena en conoonancis con los do-
Mni0e s bfogramas beres o4eenelales y bAsicos de un
SEstado moderno.



Vechs de La Loma

pVdM qs ternnlnon

uaM OoCla ons 6a
Una delhgaeldn del Caerlo de
La Loma, Dlatrito de Aguadulcc,
visit al 1M it tro de Educacl6n
'part solicitale eari acelerados
lomenVio do matertales para la
escuela aque se construyen alli.
entre arras cosas #e manifest
que habit dos requislclones que
tentIa aries mess do star de-
tenidas en Is Contraloria y que
no e le habla dado curso.
l Minstro de Educaci6n, Ing.
Ricardo J. Benrmndes. inmedia-
tamento se puso en obinunica-
cit6 cOn ia Contrtloria y soli-
cit6 que las menclonadas 6rde-
nes futran aceleradas a fin de
que I4. menclonada escuela se
termine cuanto antes.
LOs calmliorioados alleron muy
coilplcidos de la actitud del
Minuitra Bernmidez.

La Soc. Centinela
de Otoque repla
ca pa biblioteca

Gesto altamente plausible Y
pAtrldeto ha sido el de la 8o-
cledad "Centflena" de Otoque
Occidente, dignametde prebidi-
da per el Sofer Hellodoro Ba-
zan R., al obsequiar una cast
para quo en ella &funclon e la
Biblioteca Publica de ese lugtr,
segfn nota que caba do rarf-
bir el Director de la Biblioiecg
Naelonal Licenclado Galileo Pa-
tifto. Al registrar tal altrusta
estd,; quedah exprestdam lat il-
quietudes eplirltules, de la 3o-
cledad "Centilona",i la .que se
lia hecho acreedora s1 agradeel-
.miento del p blico em genr.RI
que sabe qua la.bibliotesca pibli-
ca es el 6rganq eaencial par la
autodducaci6n del- adult.

A ordenes de un
Fiscal joivenes por
Ser canyacceros

Han sido puestos a 6rdenes
del Fiscal Primero del Circul-
to, Licencitdo Alejandro Odjar;
%l J6venes Bolivt Berrio, deo
Alaifo de edad, jornaler,.n re-
sidente en Calle. 17 Oest No.
$2, y ltanuel Salvador VelAs-
quez, panamefio de 27 afios de
edad, resident en Nuevo A-
rraljin, acumdo de estar fu-
n0Atdo marthuant.
Ie acuerd. con las Investi-
gAclones hcha e pr' ls Polfefa
ecreta, los cusados
fIveon .dftefldo potr vriop, de-
ttlTves on momtentos que se
dedlcaban a fumar marihua-
nMa, encontrindoIeles en u po-
der various cf4arrllles elabort-
dos coil dicha hierba.


de la Ley de Dos reza:

tNo Mataras!

The Chase National Bank

of the City of New York

Total de recursos: mds de B/.52J 7,000,000.00

Transacciones Bancarias en General




Nos EspcialisUone el Finaudmls#m de
Imuoa'me'n v Esxpridmsea

-w -i'i' .~ 1.

Pe P A..c

bran Ism dine d la mfana
no halfa moatol w alir hd
Al4irant. I a M 41 vant
al Pat AJ)toh pidfi tna rtt
po I au quaba"s ay h

luego de Ir a dtsayunare ore-
vements, cu alguna mtdia dt -
ceftna d6 hufom do to tuSt, c CA
suj rmpectimUlibrM jam6on,
salimf hatls AlmtraUt,. dctde
doide nee dhirlriaoti0 -a
fronter. 'A .; ", -,*
Bn Wl muell a *4 1 f6u.dus-
pampanante. 21 direetorlo del
PRI en plane IuO a deapedix al
lidet P?'limo,.. Orbertlto, quo
con Una gorra do avlldor, luiel
au fifura &ttlca. T las dire-.
toria, porque la. que vimas to-
das tran mujitat, o saludaon
y tambl6n al etro lider Oh!

Sallmos y en. la'Itncha, *I
Benjasip de los gobernsadores
se quit6 la caslma porque se
Iba de pesca, tlr6 aunt cuArda
que habit, e Is la aopa .
barco y duio quest estbs p *
do. Coando Hlegs a'-s AIMlan-
te, no habit tacdo nada. Ei-
toncesa OGil 1 dijo; Otrpita,
l los peeo# caen cont el FRI.
"Seulinos hacis la frohtera y
a Is salida de Aihlr4 int, un
tren de ctrga en dificultAdts be
oponia a nuistro plao:
Oh!Mer6 te bJ6 y eomeam6
a geatleular.
tes e. n IrrespetO al W lbr
Sdereoho de transito, un stopn-
tado contr leo estatuido on 1tI
Oonstitucd6n. Dar las 6rdenet
del caso pars que se abra usia
inveitgitcl6n minuciosa. Y le
perab l tren en viao Intilito
di empuJirio. Era que seo creia
un Superman.
4-au a it frontera. y a-
quoello fu tremndpdo. El choter
de Armando, un tico de nombre
Dalai Aliamora, sent en te-
rra tlca y eomienz6 a llorar. To-
nit tantos afeos de no pisar u
tierra! El Fat pronunci6 uuas
palabras aluaivsu,. ncendidat4de
fervor patri!tled y Ilenas do .cl-

Escogen directive

0os padres de familiar

en Calzada Larga
Sn reuni6n effetuada el 0 de
a Std de I 1, en la eseaU
m.xte.d Cnada Ldr ls. a. l .o
dres d. fami8a, escogieron 1 I
mesa diretlva que elabraras
por l bitrostar del o lumna-
do y un aeercginlento mis en-
tre el padre y el maeMitro.
I^ mesa directive fue la si-
Clu6 de Padres de Famlia de
la secuela mita de Cal ada
President honorario, senior
B. B. Delgado.
.Prjdente, seftor C. F. Robolt
Vice-presidente, senior Pedro
Seeretaria de actas, seferita
Raquel LArrea A.
Tesorero, sefiora Concepcl6n
Fiscal, seftor Jos6 1. Salas
Vocals: ehnora SllIla Cace-
re y 0fto0a Elena Abrvgo.
6o1o0 tros: sCetr U-
oeo~ldO lodirO Pat o y Po-
11 no
MI Clu; de PadrC* de Fasml-
} efictuari uh tettival ali-
do ,Ip.m.#, I a.*t., eli tA-
l 21 or a "eteo con 61

( fnd. It eeopetdcI6n del
to 4'M .

ro y hnmolo Varela en el avl&
e Oelabert. Y el Fat Umbts
quo l Opa nU Mo"%uula iln
rItto. ,

Y que hiblar doe los j vne
si hay ulenes jon ~xA florA.
Clraro dijo Naval, sobreo
tus. Ahiao. SAch tl tu t-
T ao fu6 destrenando en esa
chearl de a6ttra, bro a e Io-
Wiaa teMas de todo Bo as. l
Toro. Be habl6 de suna eatin
quo hizo Red e -
CM q ot6 4 Idon l o,
d6 m=l lb b s emAisl-
dcraban le. v ci u

e1ot t oth 4
be ban emnido n la ,a
do X1*ebar, d6 fo. hombrd, qubi
Iya van Cedi0d0o 0l. &0 i a o..
jotenos aunque me afftin 8 sus
poMelones, y otros tern qiE
no caben on es paso de esta
Ya en 61 avi6n, tuvimos u..a
epeflenci tUrtibie;, nOB att
un tenmporal; hubd un vao l
Lremento que seU6 tod s ls o-
ca", Al Oo 6rhidor -=0I11 Aro-
demenia nos-e set saob un *4
fuelo de entire los dientes. B! di
minute Pit Muur1a, no p frpa-
deba, siqulerm; irti, movWa
si bocs musitando, q.un sabe
6cinau ra6I;n;?lano &i- -
s s616 deciv: ft v& to
davia no i j c ba estol A
do Moreono aparntb dmor*r,-
peto con la boe pres l ,eta ir
que no he It andera 1 Crim
Ariel Catro hO p cotio dtl
donde 'v#*nOq? v
Cusndoi we laneo *oiiwmand, Wtie
hohdo suanpirea 11 61 piht 064.
todm, y.e eofmtitdlt s ffie
tod*,i HeCoD, qu ne de4l king
*florarqn t lot lAblos.
V ir Mbar, Ch l0 j rtn
quo habit fnlld 0 4 & lal

nia tan doriido?

a unalteM irieattut

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Caja de Ahorros

Instituci6n Garantisada per el Estado.

Paga 2% de interns annual en dep6sito
de ahorros


Ufectuam oprae nmW do prtdtamo eon garsatiss do
omlmeras hiot:ooa y pendsu comerclalo .


Dep6ite ominals es d B/.O.25; U/.090O; B/.1.00
y B/.5.00, p r un'0niodo do ouarentiocho (48)

Ofi as n Co0 : OaH 1 VMc at *I.

a I.m W A 12 p.m. Sabado.: amm. 12 m.

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frue. pa-t ew s*06a0 *a recib em a e In

Y ledaccidn S. social

*QOAh: As$ s 19:00 a.m.

Apartdad 1MI

Sd.Anw& im.M-W*mkl w a coo"
.l&s LagassJar al sebor d&
JUA Navaro y sefeora Dat I
Laoiew- '... r.0o ce iavarro,
eof nlotlVo de msu pr6xino viijis
a uropa, el safior don Rammn
State y seAtr dofias Carowm
IAusa deo Jimdnes y la seftoitft
/aaa ofrecrinm esta no-
eeante comida eft
W ZelA de ls esposos *I-

tuc sAlas do Is it-
M R a Velarde .de Johnmsi,a
te *maudron hey al mediodia en
Ic aads del Club Uni6n y Ia
agUN*V con un espl0ntcdo
imauets coai mlttvo do ma pt4-
xa vje a losb btados Unrad
lugit d6 $U residOncia.
Almnis OO 1 Club de Golf
Rn honor de la sefiora do& a
Yolanda F eta de Fibrro, qUien
ua una corta temporada en is
41 l M1iora dofia Delta
Sovuy oftecl6 ho. ano
i00tl0 @ eel .Club de Golf. A-
406t $demOs un pequefio gr po
de as Athistidea.
Para log kti os Unidoes
o edimos la Iasefiora dofis
Irehe H. de Gerrity, esposa .el1
seflp Charles i, Gerrity, Cjn-
'al de 1os N tados Unidos eti
Panama quien 4conpajiada deo
sU laja ioue, algid6 ayer ruin-
bo a Nteva 'ork a xbordo dMl
vapor Criat6bal.
Itd 2 do A eWot a iU6:6 p.m.,.srt !O#*41 4oen Pars Earepas
do R"in r :M r lud do Nuestrs cOrdial aslud6 de des-
r dlael 'Lef h Y VA'd- pedida para el aseflor Rodolfo A-
r m'aI .lemin .q U:iOn u940e boy para Eu-d
dkP"O 1kad w d 404 i i j*j$M, l romit .a 0rdo del "Reina d-l Pa-
PjJ4O GOtsu o bile de4.0AIi O a/o_

S a eleoante 7 belts, loeiu tas otelefatwina rea-
ei n e w ny1a n, eo3er slrfU, imsitrtadeo pealm*men-
to ni s pe r oed- .1armeei, y id.w dra el vlTo de tal de
i- aun d merest de leo s lH e s ashares, temple-
4a l t lo IAM a n reeloso rame de asueeoas.
Ut. ai teMta du b/k- de sa padre, pMedida spo su
dnams do after its IM*it bel Otaifdlt, qua lIrA tavda en
preieso traue de tul eet e yal Y ilevao un billo rAmo dt resa
r6i4sq e Ira acompluada por el oven Ersinmo OrIlla.
SPrtarna I anilos y lW arras ia alBa Bite CMeela Mbreno
y et nl 46 CbisI Maenedotti y soesteadr la cola del vesti-
dga lltoi*lfl*C&sitL Otillac. uloeft a fip s dot a l t-R
fi6 riesto OrllaV. W onrtu>la nifiitskir C OVtid en Men-
tei y -Vatwef e r i *-do e tol de nylon blaness.
STerminada to cerewonla religiosa ls padres de la novia, don
Roberto F. Chiat y seflora doea Cecilia -Otilla de Chiarl, ofre-
culA pM: W Seepea ay intla oses on so resident dd, bdebdo A de-
11eadse tado de salUd de dofia Ofelina R. de ChiarL
El bell pastel de bodas es artistic obra de donfs Mdrita de
Los novios de hey, eon oayo retrate engalanames nuestras
eolumnas, partiran pars Guatemala, Habana y Miami, on donde
pasarin su luna de miel.
Is Kare nosotros motive de sumo agrado formular votes power
la felicidad siempre eterna de tan distinpida pareja, y quoe Dos
derrame mobre ellos suan imtlples bendielons.

Ift onor de 8..E. el lmbaja-
dor de Paninma en los Estados
Unidos, seftir don Roberto M.
Heuru4mntte y seras dofia Be-
tty de Heurtematte, y del saefor
don Juilo Eraesto Heurtematte
y seflora dofna Gladys P. de
Heurtematte, quienes pasan u-

agradeceprofundaments a sus numerosas atmitadqs
de las cludades de Panama y Col6n las
manifestaciones de simpatia recibidgs
durante su rociente enfermedad.



na temporada en la capital, el
seflor don Ricardo Arias Eapl-
nosa y sefiora dofia Olga Arias
de Aria, ofrecerAn esta noche
un cocktail en su residencla, al
que ha sido invitado un nuame-
roso grupo de seats amistades


solicitelo en cualquier
tfenda o farmacia.

I"i 2~6

uns mBda sml *uds p w mr a r loI
berrta, gra1s, espohlak, e otra
SaffecIsaes que afean la piel. Es tambin
un efectivo a ente blanquesdor del cutis.
Usese en combinaci6n con el JABON FA-
Mk to complete.

De Centre Amdd*es
Le damos la blenvenida a la
se8for taiRaquel HernAndez Po-
la1eo, quitn proeidente de Gua-
ltemal alleg6 hoy a la cludad.
Durante su estada en 6sta, serA
hudsped de Sus hermanos el si-
nor don Octavio MIndez Guar-
dia y seflora dofia Marina IHcr-
inndez Polanco de Mendcz
De Sat Auifresa
Presentamo$ nutstro atento
saludo de blenvenfda al
don Ferna'ilo IUeta y seoflra
dofia Mercedie Canoeva de E-
leta, quienes procedentes de
Sur Amirica, se encuentran de
nuevo on la capital.
be leo Estado Vnads
Regresaron ayer de los Esta-
dos Unido9 en dondf pasarcn
una temporada, el Coronel YIs-
rry D. Shelbla y sefiora doia
Louise de Sheibla. Los saluda-

be Espaia
Nuestra mas cordial bJenve-
nida pars el seflor don Igi;a-
cio Fierro y sefiora dofia Yolan-
da de Flerro, quiene Illigaron
a la capital en donde pasarAn
unos dcam visitando a sus fa-
Aniversarios de matrimonio
Felicitamos cordialmente al
doctor Adolfo Octavio Arias P4-
rez y sefiora Fania Boyd de A-
rits, quienes cumplen hoy sels
afios de casados.

Celebran hoy cinco afiqs de cc-
Sados el seller James Sinith
y sefiora dofia Angelina Alvaiez
de Smith, A las muclas feild-
taciones qua recibai urilios las
Cumplen hoy aros de casados
el seflor Rafael Endara y seio-
ra. Nuestras felicitaciones.
Cumpleafios de hoy
Bra. Emma Ramona Arose.n-

a del present ii ftadit
rn la unlvereldad 9iti
Ui eorta Isaura c le--'
ir. Despues de ui flo 6e
etUdios obtuvo au Ati l de
Master' en Clenciam Bibllt-
La selorrita salazar a-
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tares panameflos y extranjeros.
Entre las sorpresas que se BARCO ENCALLADO
brindaran al public asistente RIO DE JANEIRO, agosto 1&
ftgura en primer tdrmino, la (APP). Con auxilio de lot
gran revista de variedades, en remolcadores de la marina de
la cual intervendran las pare- guerra, constgul6 zafarse el bare
Jas ganadoras del concurso de Co "Santoa", pertenecdente al
mambo del Tgeatro Encanto; la Lloyd Bralleflo, encallado des-
mejor int6rprete de la music de el sabado pasado, pellgro-
nicional, Marta Nieto; el mala- samente. en la costa rocosm
barista Malca y various numerous a la altura del Cabo Frio, y
cedidos per la gerencia del Club cuyos numerosos pasajeros fue-
Copacabana. ron trasbordados a otros bar-
cos. El Santos, viaian r'o- -
El comercio local ha ofreci- propias miquinas, debera l1e*
do igualmente today su colabo- gar en el curseo de pocau iur
rado6n y al efecto hemos recd- ras a Rio.
bido valioses premios para sor- A la entrada del puerto Pa-
tearlos gratuitamente. Asimis- raguana, en el estado de Pa-
mo el Club Los Tigres premia- ranA, encall6 el buque "Cuba
rA a las personas que vistan Loida", perteneciente al Loyd
los trajes mAs Ilamativos y a Brasileno.


Expsicidn del Deloade Argentino Dr. Antonio F. Cafiero ante la Comisi6n No.
1 dl Consejo Inteofmericano Econ6mico y Social.

La Delegacl6n Argentina desea hacer en esta exposici6n de caricter general, algunas
referenclas sobre el tema de esta Comisi6n, basadas en los documentoi que al respect ha
Sometido a su consideraci6n el Becretario del CIES.
EI ptobl6ma de la inflaci6n en Latinoamirica ha venido debati6ndose largamente, tanto
en el seno del CIES como en el de la CXPAL, asi como en el de otros organisms y con-
ferencias de character Internacional. Estos studios tendrAn que darnos alguna vez la clave
del verdadero process ciclico que es caracteristico de esta, asi como de otras zonas que se
ha tornado en denominar "sub-desatrolladas." En efecto, no result apropiado analizar el
didle econ6mico an zones que acertadanente se han calilicado de perit6ricas a la luz de los
grinciploa tedricos y mediate la utilizaclof de instruments que son propios del anAisis
e$l eldo in '"zonas contrales." El process clclico en aquellaes zonas responded a causes di-
ferentes que las que afeeta a los palses de estas ultimas. Los problems de desarrollo eco-
n6tWalo sonn Asamimo substanclalmnente distintos.
81 blen es possible generalisar la eaencia dl problema de la inflacion afirmando que au
casa estribs en la diferencia entire la cantidad de bienes y los ingresos ditsponibles por la
poblacin, es notorio quo los paises subdesarrollados reciben el fuerte Impacto de los pro-
cesoa ciclicos que nacen dentro de los paises IndustrialIzados.
La exportact6n de la Inflaci6n y de Ia deflact6n de los "paises del centro" a "los pauses
de Is periferis" fut una caracteristica constant del sistema de relaciones econ6micas inter-
nacionales centrado alrededor del patron oro clAsico, por mis que tales process fueran
agravados por otras causes do orden Interno tales como la escasez de ahorro o un empleo
imploductive, la defletencia de los sittemas tributaries o de la organizaci6n monetaria, etc.
La experiencit de pa t-guerra pareeo seguir demostrando que a pesar de la superaclon del
patron ore clisico, estos fen6menos siguin tepreduciendose.
Mta eonslderaei6d haeet radlear Ia mayo responsabilldad en la empress de estabili-
zacl6n mundial de procios en los proplos paises del centro, quienes adomas poseqn a su
disposicl6n una organteacion econ6mica y financiera interns mas adecuada para ejercltar
lea procedimientos clasitco de politics anticiclica.
Pero antes de referirnos a este toma en rdlaci6n a 6pocas de emergencia no resultara
oclosoe utIA, hacer uns breve diagrial6n sobre la exacts interpretact6n que a nuestro wen-
tender debe hacerse sobre tal problems en epocas de normalidad. No puede estimarse, como
s hace repitidamrente, que la i stabilizad6n de preclos debe ser el objetivo capital de today
politics economtca, tobre todo en los pilses subdesarrollados. Results sumamente atinada
al respecto la afirmactOn que realiza el Profesor Seymur Harris en su studio.
E1 objetivo principal de today political econ6mica, en lo que a estos paises se refiere,
deberia Ser el fomento econ6mico. la Industrializacitn organica y el constant aumento eft
el nivdl de vIda de las poblaciones, a travys de una political social adecuada. Este objetivo
debe elstr aooipafiado por un conocimiente claro de la verdadera naturalesa del cielo eco-
n6mlci peculiar de otras zonas y de la fire decision de romper los marcos de la economic
colonial a qu nituches paises se von constre ildos.
Dlbe tenerse en cuenta que si un primer impact inflacionario acompafia la empress
del desarrollo econ6mnico, los resultados de largo alcance serAn necesarlamente anti-infla-
cionario, per cuanto-todo aumento de produce cn conduce a aumentar el volume de bie-
nes en el mercado y esta es la unica soluco6n cierta al problema de la lnflact6n, clare estA
quoe eomppflada de medidas de caricter monetario y fiscal y los controls director por
todos conocidos.
Toda politics de estabilizael6n de' precious no puede toner otra finalidad que la de im-
pedir que un desbordq de las fuersaa inflacionarias generadas por el desarrollo econ6mico,
amenacen l existencia misma de tales programs. Por otra part la estabilizaci6n de
precis, aun npoca.4 dejnpergencia, no pqede conducir, pr via lnqlrecta, a estilmar los
tOrPmnoib %4t]t~rcam0o Inhlt products ind ustrialis uiaterids pritas que pkoevayplen e%.
Ii actualldad .
Los p rclos de aquellos bienes aseguran a sus productores una Sanancla razopable y el a
ejercicio da un alto nivel de vida; los preclos de los idtimos, con contadisimas excepclones,
conlsagran una structures de costoo en el quo la mnoe de obra su proporeln mas im-
iprtant y .n lthi gos tasos au compondnte cgai totil recibe una remuneraci6n que no
alcnaa i siqulaira parsa el sustento minimo. Algn dia los gobernantes americanos tendrAn
quo pensar naclonales 01 concept del "pricio just" en oposicion al precio de oferta y demand, como
solucidn integral, de base humanitarian y cristiana, al problema del desarrollo econ6mico y
de 14 Justicla social.
Ahora blen; en epocas de emergencia, cQmo la actual, results jusfilcado que se insis-
ta en Ia conveniepcis y en la necesidad de reprimir la inflaci6n que pueda amenazar Ia
eficacia misma del program de defense. Pero I I obligaciones que resulten de aceptar este
principle, no deben ser unilaterales. No es possible insistir que los passes productores de ma-
terias primAs desarrollen una vigorosa political antiinflacionaria que implicitamente condu-
cirk a un retardo cuando no a una paralizaciOn de sus proyectos de desarrollo economic
no s posibli insistir en la regulaci6n Internaclonal del comercio de tales products con el
eyidente beneflelc para 16s paises consumidores, si al mismo tempo no se toman responsa-
bllidades y compromlsos compentatorios.
I& cooperactpn econ6mica interamericana o mundial, si esta expression no quiere tan
solo sr una fraoe de sal6n de conferencia, exige ldentidad de sacrificio. Huelga pues que
lo paises industrialzados tambi6n realicen todos los esluerzos que esten a su alcance pars
lotrar und estabilidad clerta en el precio do sus products.
Pero esta estabilldad no ha de regir tan solo durante la emergencia, cuando results di-
ficil o a veces impoltble la adqulslci6n de los mismos. Tiene que ser permanent o por lo
menos aseepurar una parldad de intercanbio despuds de la emergencla que dt sentldo a tal
"Igualdad de sacrltlcios."
De nada valdria que los painse productores de materials primas asumieran todos los sa-
crificlos que Importe una efectiva estabillzaci6n de los precious, acumulran, coma conse-
cuencia de las previsibles relacieones de intercambio que existiran en la emergencia Ingen-
tea. reserves de Oro y divisas y soe encontraran en la Opoca de proceder a utilisarlas, con
que se ha evaporado l poder adquisitivo de las'mismas, al fracasar o al no poner empedf
los passes industrIalizados en mantener una adecuads estabilizacion de precios.
De alli el vital interns de las naciones la tinoamericanas en consagrar deade ya, un sis-
tema de cooperacl6n eoon6mica y monetaria que preves esta situaci6n. por otra parte ya
conocida en la historic de las relaciones econ6micas mundiales.
En el informe sobr la "inflaci6n y la politics antlinflacilonaria de los paises america-
nos", el professor Symur Harris trata, en apretada sintesis. el caso particular de algunos
palses americanos. Con respect a la Argentina se formula algunas apreclaciones que
necesitan ser un tanto ampliadas, pars dar una idea mAs cabal del process econ6mico
que ont pails ha experimented en los gultimosn alos.
En primer'tirmino no debe.extrafiar al autor, el constatar que el induce global de log
precios de exptrtacidn de la Argentina, reflejan. en la post-guerra, aumentos superiors a
lo niveles mundiales ya que debe tenerse present que gran part de tales exportaciones
fueron destinadas a paises europeos, devastados por la guerra, y que en contrapartida lo
que Argentina obtuvo fu6 divisas incontrovertibles, cuando tales operactones no fueron
reilizadas sobre la base de amplios y liberates creditos. Tal constatacion prueba, por otra
parte, la nombialidad de los asi 11amados preclos internacionales.
No coincidimos con el author en la afirmaci6n de que "tales precious elevados" hicieron
perder el puesto que los products argentinostenian en el mercado norteamericano. La cal-
da experimented por el comercio argentino-estadounidense, durante el afio 1949, no ftu
meramente una cuesti6n de precious, sino tam bln de reajuste economlico y amago de rece-
sl6n Interns en los oE. UL. Prueba de ello es el rApido repunte de tales exportaciones a lo
largo de todo el Safo 1950 y lo que va del corriente, que ha alcanzado niveles records aun
cuando se estAn realizando a preclios superiores a los registrados en afios anteriores. La
desaparici6n doe algn product argentine en el mercado estadounidense, tal como el acel-
to 0 semilla de lino, no esta vinculado a la cuestlon de los precious argentinos sino a la po-
litlea protecclonista del gobiertno de los Estados Unidos que prohibe la importacion de ta-
les products.
Finalmente, no puede encararse uh studio flel de la realidad economic argentina sin
enmarearselo dentro de la political general qire se ha seguido en los ufltimo anos. En efec-
to, en el tirmino de un quinquento, bajo la direction seolera de su Presidente General Pe-
ron, la ArtenUtna ha recorrdo, sIn lugar a dudas, un amplio trayecto de su destino de na-
ctdn econ6mlcamente libre, politlcamente soberana y socialmente justa. Alli estan, con la
eloeuencia de los hechos y de las cIfras, como Jalones de este process, el rescate de toda la
deuda pulblica external que el pals mantenia al afio 1946, la recuperacion por parte de la
Nactin de los serviTles pbllcos mas esenciales, tales como ferrocarriles, obras de energia,
teiefones, etc. que ltran de propiedad extranjera y por cuya adquisici6n se pag6 el precio
que de comun acuerd6 flJaran gobierno y empresas privadas; la construction de una im-
portante floata mercante que de 0o ml toneladas en 1946, es actualmente superior a
1.400.000 toneladas; la constructln de importantes obras publicas como el gasoducto que
une Comodoro Rivadavia y la Capital Federal destAnado a proveer de energia barata al lla-
mado "Ofan Buenoo Aires"; 1ls planes de vivi enda popular y de edificacl6n escolar que han
superado los cAlclos mA. optimitas; el ritmO de progress industrial del pais. que segun
ciras de las Nactones Unidas OCupa el primer lugar en el mundo, ya que pasa del indlee
100-104 a 11 a indas de 110; la mejorti de sus tirminos de Intercambo, graclas a a po-
lities de defense de 10e preeloeo de los productoe nacionales realisada per el Superior Go-
bierno en los mercadeS mundiales; la ocupacidn plena de su poblacion trabajadora que
ha p/mltido ell inar 01 problems del doaempleo y ha dado origen a una economic deo
abundaneia y de blnentar para las mass laborlosas, etc.
Toen ello ha podidd rellzare coo el apeyo clamoroso del pueblo argentine que ha ne-
cesitado. pars ella. y a dleroencia de 1o que ocurre en paises totalptarlos. saerftecar ni aus
tbettadem ni su nival de 'mda. Prueba do elo la consigns del propio informe del Profomor
Marrts donde afirma ue iel mayor aumento de salaries reales que se constata en Latino-
amertea h tenldo hlgir en la Argentina. 1o qaie da cuenta de la eficacia de la polite social
y de la redlatrtibuli6n de Ingreaos que ha tenldo lugar en los ultimosm aos.
Pr ultho, agriguese a todo eilo. la fecunda obra de ayuda social que realIs la Pun.
daelon ra lPeron, lue preside la seflora esposa del Primer Magistrado. y s tendra uan pa-
norama edoliPl de la realidad econmlsca social de la Argentina de boy.

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model 550. Nuevq. Carga los tres rtoento oder-
mode:os de bales. Con telescopio. GANGA! Se vende late en El no de dos recimaros, salo come-
Calle 43 No. 56. Tel6fono 3-0696. Congrejo de 972 metros cuadra- dor, en calle 32 Este No. 33-A, PAPEL LMINOSO Tes en ei a:
SE VENDE:-Un trailer chico para dos con frOnte a Via Espoia. Pro- Tel. 2-1456. ditintos colors. HIERRO DE
carrot, forrado, especial para cargo iB.12.000. ROBERTO MIR. SE .QUILA:-Apartamento en Son "
core. 8.100.00. Calle Col6nr y Telifno 2-121 Panama. Francisco de la Caleta, calle 80. TUBERIA' NEORA
15 Este. Comisarioto Sitt6n. SE VENDE: No. 10. B.30.00. Llomar telifo- y GALVANIZADA REFUERZO
Late de 730 M2 en "El Congrejo". no 2-2417", Panomi. ,
SE VENDE:--Cachorros "Boxer," pu- Sector poblado y cerco a Via Es- toaSE ALQUILA:-Aprtamento: sal, a os.
ra rozo, mochos, $60.00; hem- pahao. Oportunidlad. B.5,500.00. SE ALQUILA:-Apirtomento: salad, i
bras, $5000. Ent'rego inmediata. ROBERTO MIRO 2.3231-2-1215 comedor, 2 reciraras patio, go- vriedad de V 0 S
537-, Davis St. Dibo. -Lotsencstodo rage Via Espaha, callo Gerordo Or- IF1RETER L
.SE VENDE:-Lotes en cos todos los tg, case # 3. Informes aparta- F RETERIAJ "YALE"
SE VENDE:-Modero, estates, vitri- sectors de Ia Urbanizaci6n El mentor No. 4, Tel. 3-2504. V ORBIN" e today clase
nos, ventonos de vidrio. Precio de Cangrejo, desde $5.75 el M2. RO-1 LQ AAptm t oe-
incendio. Ave. Central 275, Gon- BERTO MIRO, telefono 2-1215, SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento moder- s"
zalo. Panami. nomfrdesco,cdaerto2 MIci maros, solo, stm
comedor, cuarto ompleado, etc.RKICARD A. HIKV1
SE VENDE:-Una tienda, una conti- SE VENDE:-Lotes adjuntos en Los Colle 40 E No. 13. Cerco Colegio IN
no en Panama. Tambien cami6n Cumbres de un total de 910 M2. Mario Inmaculada. Precio B.80.-
"International", carro Studebaker. Plomeria y electricidad. Precios 00. Llame 3-3959. JUAs
uno casa de madero, piladora de atractivos. Llome Panama 3- A A
arroz con herramientas, en Son- 40671. SE ALQUILA:-A partir del 15 de Call. 16 Este No. 4
tigo. Calle 21 de Enero con co- Septiembre, aportamento con todas Tel. 2-3335 y 2-2988 6
lIe 24 No .1, Cantina Madrid. las comodidades modernas; en "El "Vendeos brato
OPORTUNIDAD! Se venden lates on Congrejo". Consta de tres reAma- V ndCalibre 26
SE VENDEN:-Vestidos de montuno Pueblo Nuevo, facilidades de pa- rs, slo, comedor, Cos servicios,
Ocuei. Soiciteas en a Escuela go. Ague y luz de Panomi. -Nueva cuorto de empleado, garage, agu
Professional. urbonizaci6n ol lado de la ciudad. caliente, etc. etc. Tel. 2-1456. ena t e
VENDEMOS uno miquina casi nue- Inf6rmese toma lecherio Cossu Tenemos exactameate l
va de closer cojetas de carton coa- o n lindos t VIDRIO que Ud. necesitaI
rrugado y grp ACi DulSE ALQUILA brica de Espej
Gonz.lez N., S. A. Fibrica de Me- Fibrica de Espejos
saicos, Ave Cuba No. 8. SE VENDE:-Directomente, sin in- Locales IA
-- termediarios, espociosa y elegant EL D I A LO .
SE VENDE:-Planta elictrica marco residencia de 4 recimaras,2 ser- SE AL.QLI LA:- Localepara oficino CalleEIS Este #4a- eeu. Yrk, quenela
BrIggs y Stratton, models AP, ma- vicios sonitarios, 2 porches, sola Arriba del Teatro Central. CaIse 16i Este #4.- TeL 2- 2 0 q e-- tess. Ri --se no controllarse y Ile A16 osbnae ta.
tar de gosolna, 500 watts, pare comedor, cocina, pantry, patio in- CLINICA, .equipoda, altos Farmacia AuIf de sandia a Dobbin, el cabao.. Aunqnise Dobbin Ro .dlj.
05rrin 10 Llame S standard ee terno de mosoicos, corredores, Solozr, coll. e 16 0 te No. 28 pare e & ue n6ii l esagrada la sandia. -
2-0510, Esso Standard Oil. cuarto de empleada con su servi- PonamL. Via nafia i No.12 0
---- fp ^/V~l~r ---- cia lavaderos y garage. Terreno SE MrrrCITA. N. 1b)
SE VENDE 500 M2 en esquina, frente al Co- SE ALQUILA: Local Ave. B No. SE NECESITA: M Tel. 3-1503 .
legia Maria Inmaculodo. cerco de 43, casi esquina con Calla 13 Este, -r n a
Botes v MotoreB comisariatos, botico, iglesia, hos- boarto. Acuda Bazar Ponae, Vendedor con experiencia n A
I pitales, porado de buses. Ultimo Avenlda Central 78, Tel. 2-2236.
SE VENDE:-Bote de motor de 20 precio B.30.000. Tiene hipoteco ED PA A EC AN I A
pies, cn tods los requisitos por de 10.000. Avenida Justo Aro SE ALQUILA:-Dos locates comer- enta de viveres o d. RE A AM IA A en e
pcscar. Nuevas condiciones. 465 semeno No. 79 y Calle 41. Soli-t SALUA:oseocaemr
Club Niutico de Balboa. Ocurro cite informed en o mism cosa. cda uno, n call13Oe mrcnc n general. -
752-C, Balboa Rood can01 e
-- A UI________ 69. Inf6rmese segundo alto. Trer refreniayUnares pro gr m 9 I
SE ALQUILA SE NECESITA ALQUILASE cal commercial ovnde fotograer referentil prse una m r nrnnrmas TMreS prra
IL y8Aec OS gns Oeste No. 38. 2 a 3. p. m. s sin estos requisites
SE ALQUILA:--Cuarto para hombre La Joveria America necesito agents --so sin eses requisites.
solo. Colle "i" No. 28 (altos). vendedaores de club. Se compra oro SE ALQUILA:-
SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto y un p viejo. frente Porque Lesseps. Local pard.oficina o-negocio n e Alcenes o
No. 2560, cole 17 Rio Abajo. SE NECESITA:-Vendedor de 25 a Edificio Castilla del Oro, al lado
.30 aios. Esrriba l oapartado 1645 de! hOtel El PanamA A -
SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto con muebles incluyendo fotogrofias y referen- R3OBERTO MIRO 2-3231-2.1215 .\ r N
a sin ellos. Hombre solo. Colle 6a. cis. Avenida Norte No. 48
19. altos. SE-' sE ALQUIAI
-- ------ SE NECESITA:-Costurera para cal- SE ALU ILA
SE ALQUILA:--Cuarto amcblodo po- zndo y un montodor de calzcto. 0o
ra uno o dos j6venes honorable. Zapateria El Record. Colle B No. Casas
No. 5 primer escalera, Plaza 2 11*. JPERSIANAS MOVIBLES
de Enero. SE ALQUILA:-Chalet de dos reci- de MIAMI en vidrio,
S.....A.C. .o NECESITAMOS empleodas activas mares, comedor, cocino grande, B. ader o alumino
SE ALQUILA:-Cuortos en calle 44 para trobajo de propaganda y ven- 40.00 en calle "G" No. 18 Par- -adera alum l.
# 7. Acuda arriba. to. Deben ser de buena presencia que Lefevre. Tel. 3-2157. i 0s U N D bR
y tener aspiraciones. Sueldo 8.2.00 ----les de abr
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto amoblado diorios, con posibilidades de ou- SE ALQUILA:-Chalet recien cons- y cerrar pa*
parh hombre,'A.6.0p semaneso mentor inmediato segun sulabor. truida consto de dos recmaros, Cortina TJsD. AA
Porqu Lefevre, Avenida Ernesto PresEntese de 3 a 5 p. m. el lunes sala, comedor, cocind, bovonderia, Cortina P A
Lefevre coso 32. 27.Ciao. de Lefevre,.S. A. calle garage, dos porches y dos servicios o, tina .Ij U rIDA R A
"A" No. 5. sonitarios. Urbanizaci6n el S. A. i a tit =
DE EMERGENCIA S.. coretera San Francisco. Pora transparent
el avi6n se encontraba a salvo informed Ilamor tel6fono 3-1554. pra vitrnas.
en Aguadulce y el pioto ael Se conmemorar la La, Lanueva
L-13 le hizo sefiales con un eh l i diEAku, v PER SIAs A
e nV udi u 'el Oc 0a's Oa del a M ISCELANEA sPE EALA DEFENSE DE N UESTR9 PA IS
Pes mnutos depus un a claica del IS L VENEC NA
avion C-47 del Ejercito aterri- Urt ay radio SERVICOS AGRICOLAS a prel os
76 al lado del avian en Agua- i U 3 p rd Motamos orrieras, arreglomos jard&- bien bajos.
dulce, Ilevandose al Capitany
SNon SOEea interesante audicrn nes. conns CONTRAe EL FEROZ ATAQUE
se cuidando su aparato. radial que se traismitird por ALFONSO TEJEIRA sg
a Radio Panamerlcana, a las Calhe 34 Esri, Edificio Lux R. A. COWES y CCa.
r ,7 y trenta1 de estaeTnoche el ca-9 T. -9 Ave.' Cuba No. 67
Dau c and w..walI- pitulo de la Mesa Redonda __l.____________.___b___o.__

Panamericana de Mujeres quae
represent al Uruguay, conme-
morara la fecha clisica de la
hermana Remibica. La poetisa

Hasta Costa Rica en done se al anacional, dona Stella Sierra d6e
encuentra sometido a una ope-, Lonservalorio N l Ruiz Vernacd president de
raci6n de la vista por el do.,c Hai dicho capitulo y unida al Uru-
Agflero, enviamos nuestras Vl!i Publlcamos a continuaci6n el guay por vinculos de cultural,
citaciones al jovenqRicaurte T'r- program del concerto que o- pues que fue en ese pals don-
pia A., quien celebro su onc- frecera el viernes 31 de los co- de obtuvo los lauros nor sa
mistico. rrientes la orquesta del Conser- "Himno oara la Glorificacion
vatorio Nacional en el Teatro de Franklin Delano Roosevelt".
edimo amNacional, bajo la direcci6n del ha preparado el siguiente prc-
Despedimos atentamente alr pofesor Alexander Feinland y grama que no dudamos, ha de
Sr. Juan Fernandez qien nrtea el solista, Eduardo Charpen- ser escuchado con inter6s por
para La HPbana en a "Feli traveia tier Jr a comunidad panamefla en ge-
del Pacificomo Fell travesia !e PROGRAMA t neral y por la colonia urugua-
Sdeseamo )I Obertura "El Rapto del ya en particular:
Serrallo W. A. Mozart. (1756-
A PSm o 1791). 1 Himno del Uruguay.
to Sl a 2) Andante para Flauta y II Palabras por la priden-
SIa Ana Fresin a. nguinea I Orquesta en Do Mayor, op 86 ta del Canitulo del Uruguay en
emr mreoe, doiores en e orax6n, W. A. Mozart. I la Mesa Redonda Panamerica-
S- abpoS diSS ultadpam 3) Concierto No. 3 en Re na de Mujeres, dofla Stella Sie-
d f*loma 'Ud. Plpitacinued loar s ayor "El Cardellino". A. rra de Ruiz Vernaccl.
AUliv e0al Iustantineo de estos tn- Vivaldi. (1675-1743).
con YNOXC. tid Allegro -Cantabile-Allegro III Scherzo de Chopin. Al
sl w rente*sA A iea y para flauta y orquesta piano el joven Claudio VAsquez
Poo b "s soMs dba. (la. Audicion en Panama) Q., alumno del Conservatorio
- 4) Varilaciones sobre un te- Nacional.
ma de Kuhnau. Para Arcos So-
los H. Andriessen. (1892). IV Poema de Sara de. IbA-
) -fiez, recitado por un almno del
COMPRE... -Intermedio- Conservatorlo.
y or -Sorvresa" Jos Haydn. V Dlwurso del C6naul del
01732-18n9>. Uruguay en Panama. iDr. Ro-
S|PAdagio Cantabile-Vivace Assal drigo NInfes.
LA Andante-Minuetto
JM9ACIONAL! Allegro dt molto. V Hinmo Naclonal.
I Himno Nacional

Avisamos a nuestros clients ovicul-
tores que hemos recibido un nue-
vo embarque de los insuperablet Av s IJ *d*c il
alimentos Full-O-Pep, los cuales SO JU ICI
eston e Is venta en El Molino
Criollo, Avenida B No. 61. Los EDICTO EMPLAZATORIO
precious, cualquier case, en socos Por. este medio, el Juez del Circuito de
de 100 libras B,6.70. Sacos de 25 eBoea del Toro, CITA a GUILLERMO
--- identidad no ae especifica en el ibe-
La oficina del Gerenje General de Iao 1. de demand correspondledte, para
Division de Comisariotos en Mount qua on el t6rmino de treinta (s0) din,
Hope, Zono del Canal, recibiri contad6a decade la ultima publicaci6n del
propuestas host ais 3:00 dq Ia preoate edicto, comparezca a este tri.
tarde del viernes, 14 de s.ptiem-( bn"i '.por i o peor medio de dpoderado
bre de 1951 cuando'se abririn en taIai"10te conatituido. a defenders* en
~bre leb1si s bidn n donlanda civil ordinarOa qua In hi
publico. para .1 suministro de 450. ', romevido el meor RODRIGO SAN-
000 libros, o altemativamente CcEt BORBON,. panameio. mayor de
225,000 libros de Azucor Fins ,4 cmado, agricultor y de est.a e-
Granulado. L fos uorios pore id. n mu condici6n de representsn-
los propuestos, con detolles corn- t. *u heromnon y per medio do apo-
pletas, podrin obtenerse en to ofi- demdo.
cina del Supply & Service Director, .
Balboa Heights,o en la del ere del n- .*dvierte al citado Parrto Oroo
r .qu do n comp-recer en el termino sa-
to General en Mount Hope, Zo- di** f no osnombrarn an defensor de
no del Canal. saaaae sona uien so seguirt el julio
hasmit bu torminaci6n
IP le Io, l.flos epresados ** iedpid
L-e edesito mplasatorio en aoantamilto
ill S a. Ietoluen reeoida on IS axpressai
stan qe y eopk del mismo o** entryage
tetln a *l norT u s u 4.0 (tdo e dma =ra *u pubtlHcci6n per el-
htS aslmramf va (9) vea' aemetutlva Os to l pa-
ma proobr el Cimarelso s 04e m i 14u.
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erio d la Press Unids ezar el tried de enadoles ha side obeto di e un de- qe tr a ratn doue elconqs l r la a grams de basUdketbl use a
ded Garver obteo uns gran esu so dre Tites per anotaaire pear brte del emon, Mike Garoc da y cual b Feller. seo,5r0t oIre o n ai na-
Crla yer parent losfu J Carml n6 de 0 a 7.rLos gre lon-orte6 el. orneo pi os cam-Ofe r Marsaret Osborne upTony "tona
lde Sn Luis create da l osLgraron una ventaa e ares a-eonatm e am ateurs de tennis pcl debid ahaber au|rid una le* a
,moterOklr W a $ de u6sI rtearas en lan d priemera en.raaaallo .Edas Unpidos._Que S e ,n.ln lea Yn e braze. .u / _ena'o |a O ....s y Is
bn un enta degible al cuban C M ero n lca contra 103 ri- sen s per el ampen austr oe, qu en el imer
s. arver o esoeroe .d a e-primer'lugar. entire lam yn Tres pa m rt idosl c Umprende- n _
l do I Prensa Unida bezaabezados r el etriudIonsenado-te enlahauentro el do objea bus- la labor de su reis ma r to de un d- qut, rt rin de conqu at pra. ma dmexiano qu basketball quse
ad Garv ter obtuvo una gran ressbre loa. Tigres por anota- saire por part del Comite que coropa aI s cual abdic6 la se Ofe aest4 hoere enm 1mna-

do s rt e- iciarone a en la eres ca. enat e e6 ustralano n la m erdeobateurs do tennis tener su se- pa la seabrndbseestle o per el pr ur entire l stores la L Ameran
et pipr S a 3Bi Veek. dpue estos teras Y delaprier entrada s T lore sta d4Unir delos. tquaeo de n y en Mcbrreozor y Cunouno, menOptisque S

JansevMib anIvcos fuen sa- de gib al cuban ros. El ane Wmbl etroen Iuchontra .103 ri- eeente i ado ar el campen austra- a nohe, ya quo one primer
ad ner tuvo qucoach sobrpo- rrero que cMs di dos payne- vales loal denfrentars e a oa durian-,Mott ram,, tranes au Remy ptr tri n fom uern dosa-
rder a un del ente de l troso gra tism or ne ani er4a pt Se tonlos owyne. locuspe6n ha l ran var ex- q upos dene anor fmenina. LOS MADAGUen OS IIOS. Los Indlos deben su o n actual ran
amenia I=' h na r d gp a6.Lan don ea Laolse teu t s orteado en rimer m encabzadn pr el cetro nt vs uer y us labor d su rep ao dmgUe osSet. dAvi la, Luke Easter y AlRosea o
onrfon Mbrt ald iboficallnen- vencelron oa lo ndospr a y ndo lu r dspus c Y IDickca p australlano Frank e camera do obn e- und be tcando p primerur e ntr bateade. man.
SPr ena i g on -r d r nedo estomrgdespSUd odera mTbgre0er tnKeno McGregor y do toriunf, m ntras n eo e
Sv tnn n triuno y un derrota. Competenias de Lev ntamien- atletas participar n en e ars
aersanatIcos furon no volviero a pros. an Wimb on precedentMrvin Rose, inglisa croniTonynt a- to de Pesas tendrnar lugo trataar mafia-rcompeten do lograr auncas, entre los qu so

1II IIeIt! IIdellel Elg a1u N ft AtI t iIloo-Pparecida en el periedico ch-leno na en el Jimnasio oEverardo p encuentran Adriano 8dmei t h.
SIMcaferdo lb Senadores ugar.durdoeoo tode Larsenues- ia Deportes de e. En este desaforletv nt Cor, neanene

S" l. brillante a ttrtclO Ra lrph En reunion extraordnaria que "ARD" de Coln tomar pose f m tro conodido Augusto Soto. atlantico. co GonzAlz, Brie Garcia,.luim.
etr tano Mike Cir anota- de 1a tuvo el psdo uev, la Aso- si6n del cargo en los pr co Ima berton Machado. Charle Maon,
SI ontra los Cachoros de Chica- clal6n de Redactore Deporti dias del mes de Septembre, y I.. "Edurdo Rebolledo demostr6 El concurso comenzara a las Raael Ertaatrada etc
"/. Mientra tato ls Oigan- vos de la cludad de Col6n es-qud6 form de la sigulente Ial I n tique pe-e a s aos ague 10 a.m. y star bajo la direc-i Los ptrtictpantes de este con-
U gru de etlastas de- tes derrotaron a lea Carde cogi6 u nueva Directiva, resul- miners: slgulendo an 'Maestro"-, ctin del conocido propulsor de cursor t an practicado r atisfac-
l organizado .Uan por 8 carrras a y. art obtenr tando electo para el cargo deA I a0-kde Prusidente| Lu Federacl6n Nac1koal de o este deported Jeramias Monte- toriamente y le eperan buenas
tlraT con el p sto *u duoieimo triuaro coaUsti. President el entuslasta depor- lres Vlee-Presidente [Ftbol pospuao la reunion de La flgura de mayor relieve mayor. marcas asi como em torneo lu-
a Wf.'.I Ptlantoa..deport. de tivo., ,,.tista y redactor Marco A. Men- DO- D,,. nSeeretasro' anoche para manana dommngo en la jornada hipica cumplida Entusiastas y prometedores cido y provechozo.
Lsgtr ouenamta d.e uoa. l -.I p c e e ioas 2 dda ee nl teaade en al locaml yer efu sin lugar a dudas la .. encue
su Il arl y ale L BravM derrotaron dos vo La nueva directive de l a Lr s, A.a Torer" de la Avenda B No. 85, altos, actuacibn brillante bajo todeo h. t i -
De sm Fi- e a los .OJos pot i a o I n A." a- -ao'Vocl ya que aer no loirn el qu- iconcepto, que le cupo al vetra- a Varestituto -dcouam i rt, l Tmm
Sll ,4e -Iore p a. 1 ry. x Pirartae arloe Put A RD o n, olmar l ee. s- /rum reglamentario para tratar no Iatlgo Eduardo Rebolledo. aly yDeporte del sector Galen Coi nI
t :teJoralQd 1 tuvo-.r 5 a 1. ipa do ves, Is Asa sin del cargo on l pr s important* asun que ae 1 recordado maestro "Lalo", atlintico. n c e i i
Svi o r. ogCacho do clacin d e eneuentran en el tapete, saili a la dta caballero en e Dans ora o l n
go.rirttras trtoIros anvleras deaCiudad do Coln es- que. form 1 A la na unclada ses16n de ano- Trival, potreilo de trees afios, m u Wosa rS omar o Lop aelUslon
s' .p ila i que *o derrotaron a los Ar I-,cog.i6 d ,. Directiva1, reul IIhe asatmner:eron es Preundente, ela preparado par su hermano E mr-rse a
u6 organizado u elo r del MlDrrr&s DayPORTIV lnnL n Tesorero y el Subgcretaro, i nesto. No faltaron los hiplosd Importanteo juegoas e cele- El parIsartlo nnlado pear
r M _inotre de Obra ubli- ..,, I I lt IN juerox -ars manan como el Representante de la Li- de la nuevar jornada que entire brar-n ete in de emana en el syr no se puo ear debi-
vfito -dopeortNv,- d or J l0 O "" TJADA L ievinelsl dePantam ga de Pansam, faltando el ae- sonritas burlonas comentaron: torneo de tenn por la cop do a que la Cancha encon
ra nuentra deporte,aI a D a.. e rta cretarno, qucen mpar anifest queaa doMe han dado la nombrada de pauldi y el calendarlo h.a im traba mojada.
dortoerto NarDro; regrets l 8aatadaer t Aleman no pudl astmt2 r debide an s oeu Trival. pero no Ie uego porque frldo va cambios, segun he- Por un error Involuntarip apa*
K j es en. .. S "tarde ,it ..... o. e 2.30 p.m. pacones, y Jos delegados de Co- lo corre ee viejito.. oo side nt doee reci .7 W I m T
5espcairente rlroeal, La A pesas de que laprenapu- v ,..L, IA --, 6n (Vicepreridente y iscal), 2 d -o" ar o o nel Chadwyic .snbl ugrsa prdsc
a y arachin. bc6 que ledo .etabs arreg uo Carlo Eleta, Op- Abo A. Tamay y Tesrr oe reprIs Avenidtanto. de la ltos Menactudo chasco brlante evaron... E todo forest, o u

|Conait _fa Eta4ra el do Apra e Panam, s tierUa oa .. Pelimex, triunta- 3.45 pm as de Col6n y Chiriqul. Los afros no han hecho much Hele-il-. dit-s to, u.,-,er- ya que ets JugatedIte no se
ulpd-| e 4 fegun aeatoOt t* io r o jue2aa yJlebrados l yR.Eve qu todoV logr e- mell on ete Profestonal, que n Vmhro s C presentaron perdn por

tel o d 0l. httares men- atua C o dnee rua B s l n o titu o e a a reunei dd mratan ya auo urt cri-llo 11* vl 8 d lad .Mat
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Los estragos que ocasionan las enfermedades
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Cientifico educativo.



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la Amdrica Latina". -Nos place eliciar a ffo
El articulo firmado por S. duardo Pirez, que, en esta fecha
Gontsonsky dice que "Duggan aJusta un afto de vida rodcadc
se hace ilusiones, pero en rea- Aelcarino de sus padres quicaes
lidad las fuerzas progresistas 10 agasajaran con una, piiata.
de la America Latina estin de-'
cididamente contra el agresor
norteamericano. Mas' de diez
millones de firmas para el lla- | Ar I'eh i n e
mado de paz de Estocolmo fue- A 1 1
ron recogidas en la America ~
Latina. Este terrible aviso prue- catSa di p r un
ba que lbs pueblos latinoame- OS r,
ricanos, como todos los pueblos
del mundo amantes de la paz *| 1. 3" d ri
deshacer los planes criminales
de los enloquecidos belicistas -TACOMA, Washington, agostc
norteamericanos". 25. (UP). Cinco explosions
Tambin dice el articul ocurridas en la madrugada de
Tambi6n dice el articulo que hoy provocaron un incendic
la obra de Duggan tiene tres que destruy6 la "-Tacoma Boat-
caracteristicas, a saber: building Co.", constructores de
-Una explcac6n real buque barreminas para la Ar-
"lo.-Una expllcaci6n realista mada de Estados" Unidos.
de cliertos hechos evidentes de
la historic political y econ6mi- Los dailos se calculan en,mai
ca de Latino America para de un mlll6n de d61lares.
captarse la simpatia de los lec-
tores latinoamericanos. El sereno del edificlo dijo
que el Incendio fuq precedido
2o.-Una limitada y modera- por cinco exploslones.
da critical de ciertos aspects
de la political latinoamericana
de Truman. ElC. Organizador
3o.-Sugiere consejos sobre
c6mo convertir rapidamente a *e
Latino America en una base a 1 ICpto. de basket
del imperialismo de Estados U-
nidos. Imodifica cliusula
Afiade que "Duggan terminal
su libro con la cinica men-
tira que todos los passes lati- SANTIAGO, Agosto 25 (Co-
noamericanos atrasados desean rresponsal). -- El Comitd Or-
ardientemente la colaboraci6n ganizador del Campeonato Na-
de Estados Unidos en la se- cional de Basketball resolvi6 en
guridad del hemisferlo". sesl6n extraordinaria modificar
la clausula de la tercera con-
vocatoria en el sentido de que
EA 11 h A P cada provincia pueda inscribir
ELL UU. e ultQU Va e hasta tres jugadores que ha-
yan participado en cuatro o
mis campeonatos nacionales de
torneo de tennis por baloncesto menor.

la Copa Wighlman Esta modiflcael6nse debe a
sugestiones hechas por algunas
CHESNUTT HIILL MASSA, provincial en este sentido. El
Agosto 25 (UP)-Estados Unidos p en ste sentid. El
obtuvo una arrolladora ventala Comit6 Organizador consider
sobre Inglaterra de 3 a 0 en
el torneo de tennols por la Co- que esto es lo mas saludable
pa Wightman al veneer sus ju- pr
gadoras de tennis en los dos par el deported Seheral.
individuals y un partido do-
ble celebrado ayer. T
El vigoroso equipo de tenistas
norteamericanas solo necei ta L
un triunfo mis en los cuatros
partidos de hoy para conquistar A A A I
la copa para los Estados Unldos A A A !
por decimo quinta vez conse- SIGUE LA GRAN SERIE:
Shirley Fry vencl6 a la cam- FLASH GORDON
peona britanica Jean Walker VI AJAA MARTE
Smith por 6-1 y 6-4 y Doris
Hart a Jean Quertier por 6-4 y Capitules 3 4
6-4. En los partidos doubles Na- Ademis: _
cey Chaffeey y Patricia Todd
vencieron a Joy 0. Mettram y FRENTE
Patricia Ward por 7-5 y 6-3. rE E I
T R? Todos los asistentes recibirin
un tiquete para participar en
la gran Rifa de Navidad con
estos premlos:
1 o. 1 bicleta HERCULES
2o. 1 bicicleta HERCULES
30. 1par .de Patines.
0 PRECIOS: Luneta 25c.
Boac6n 15c.

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Unica ... Oraclsialtma!...

MAlANA a las 10 A. M.
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SPfulq al Precio

A ura majer bella y ambi-
closa ro #e le debe prome-
ter nada.. Puede salir caro...
Ella lo conseguiri en cual-
quier forma!...

Un enemigo desconocido que
siembra la duda y la descon-
fianza en today una comarca.

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Autentil !


sonas a bordo en la Avdnlda
Avioneta ate za Biscayne, una de las vias de
Avionac aterriza; sc d e hacen en Rusia
-, 0cominicacton de mis trinsito
em Una via ade 'ran en Estados Unidos y el inico ri a ib,.ro
r ..- f. .: "desperfecto" que ocasion6 fue l caS 8 IibO
transit en Miami un arafazo en un brazo del
"conductor de un cami6n. 1
MIAMI, agosto 25. (UP). dSimons do qe bbia te ni- UDlicaO en E. U.
Robert James Simons aterrizo perfect del motor. MOSCU, agcsto 25. (UP). -
La important revista mensual
su avioneta con otras tres per- En el moment en que Si- "Problemas de Historia" de la
mons aterriz6, el transito ha- Academia de Ciencias Sovi6tl-
bia quedado detenido por un ca critical el libro "The AmerV-
RD A M i moment al cambiar Ias luces cas" publicado por el extinto
ANAM ANA de sefiales y los unicos vehicu- Secretario de Estado Adjunto
RED ERIos que la avioneta encontr de Estados Unidos, Laurence
en su paso fue un automovil Duggan en 1949.
tiene 10s y un camion. La revista califica a Dug-
Snll 0 IVo Las alas de la avioneta pasa- gan de "un verdadero apolo-
ron sobre el automovil pero gista del imperialismo. norte-
me re r ramaa romperon los vidrios de la americano" y de "inlclador y
jore pro ramaspuerta del cam6n ,causndole executor de muchos empenoxs a-
un leave arafiazo al conductor, gresivos de Estados Unidos en



de la Ley de Dios rea:

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"GIS Chl(buE A 1 i&S'a.

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Pasi6n. viojenca,
Intriga y hermno-
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Humphrey Bobart
Jeff Corey, en
Errol Flynn
Olivia de HIavilland, en
Nin6n Sevilla Victor
uncoo, en
Ademis: Emilia Guiu
Abel Salazar, en
Dick Powell, en
Victor Mature. en

Mecha Barba Fernando
Fernande., en
Pedro Armendriz, en

OEl Mislerie del Lago"






Laureada con Steteetzel
Por la Academi-
de Artes Cinema'
togrificas de
Argentina I
Amelia BENCE
Alberto CLOAS
en -
"La Danza del IVM.o

Grandlosao Epect culaoColore
3 Aftos par Hsaeeria
con -
6 Capitulos Finale de la
Gran Seriel...

Amalia Aguilar, en
David Silva, 4h
'No QermTanto, '

(12-13) Ademn&:

"LA SmA u.

ROOSEVELT ".IUm a W(-ON" u(w -- "l)-tU

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