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The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
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Weekend American
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Scott Family Library Fund
Place of Publication:
Panama [City, Panama]
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Panama Times, Ltd.
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Daily (except Saturday and Sunday)[May 12, 1973-]
Daily[ FORMER Oct. 7, 1925-Dec. 4, 1966]
Daily (except Saturday)[ FORMER Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973]
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English

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Panama -- Panama

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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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PANAMA, R. P,, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1945

Disappointment
Widespread On
Yacht Club Issue

Navy Reportedly Ty

Not Ready To Turn, 4
Area Back To Zone: %

Widespread disappointment
over the statement that the
date ot release of the Yacht
Club area by the Navy cannoi
now be predicted — contain-
ed in a letter receiyed ya2ster-
day by Captain Clinton Baver-
stock, commodore of the Canal
Zone Yacht Club,
ernor Joseph C.. Mehaffey
was expressed today in local
yachting circles. Members of
the Yacht Club will meer at
the D.ablo Heights Clubhouse
at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 13, to discuss
the le:ter and other matters
pertaining te yachting here.

In the meantime, The Pana-
ma Anierican encountered a
spreading belief that the Navy
is not prepared to relinquish
the area which was taken over
from the Canal about two years
ago. Tiis area is the former

locations of the Quarantine sta- |
tion, the yacht club and a con- |

siderable residential area.

Informed sources believe that |

the present business trip to
Washington of Rear Admiral
John R. Beardall, 15th Naval
Distric+ commandant, is in con-

nection with” possible attempt |
by the Navy to retain this sec- |

tion woich, it is reported, was
to revert to the Canal Zone
six months after the termina-
tion of the war. The agreement
calling for the return of the
- 80-called ‘Quarantine section

provided that the buildings and |
mn
they |

appurtenances
the condition in which
were received, “allowing ‘for
reasonable depreciation because
of use.’

be returned

The wovernor’s letter to Cap- |

tain Buverstock follows:
"MY. dz2ar Captain Baverstock:
“The receipt is acknowledged
of the petition dated Novem-
ber 9, 1845, signed by the offi-
cers of the Canal Zone Yacht
Club and 726 cther Government
employees of the Canal Zone,
requesting permission to en-
gage in pleasure hoating in
Canal Zone waters, and in this
connection to use the boating
facilities located in the old
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 5)

Office For USA
Surplus Sales

Will Open Here

Establishment of an office in
Panama to dispcse of United
States ovepseas war surplus for
the Caribbean and Central
American region ‘was announced

today by Philip C. Kidd, Foreign |

Liquidation Field Commissioner
far Latin America.

The Panama office will handle
sales and disposal for war sur-

lus for Peru; Ecuador, Colom-

ja, Venezuela, the Caribbean
islands, Panama, Central Amer-
ica ‘and Mexico.

"The world-wide task of dis-
posing of U. 8. war surplus cver-
seas is directed in Washington
by the Foreign Liquidation Com-
missioner, Mr. Thomas B. M:-
Cabe, who acts as a special as-
sistant to Secretary of State
James F. Byrnes. He is repre-
sented by field commissioners in
eight world theaters.

Mr, Kidd, who is charged with
supervision of surplus disposal
in Latin America, explained that
methods of buying surplus stocks
are to be announced shortly.

8ince his arrival in Panama
last weekend, he has conferred
with officials of the Caribbean
Defense Command, with U. 8.
Ambassador Frank T. Hines, and
with Panamanian Ministers.

“We are faced with an enro-
mous task in diojosing of war
Continued on

RP Police To Close
Dragnet On Bandits

Panama police today were
reported to be hot on the trail
of a gang of bandits which hac
been operating in the capital
and a series of arrests is ex-
pected imminently, The Pana-
ma American learned today.
The gang is reported to be
led by a group of well-known
malefactors, both Panamanian
ahd foreign.

NET PAID
CIRCULATION
Yesterday Nore 7:

27400

[i

from Gov- |

“Bull” Halsey Says
Army-Navy Merger
Is “Pure Bunk”

WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec.
6 (UP) — Admiral William
F. Halsey Jr, declared today
that, the claim proposed to
meyge the Army and Navy:
in order to bying greatey
efficiency = td’ the United
States armed” “forces was
“pure bunk.” : §

In typically salty lan-
| £uage the war-time chief of
| the Third Fleet strongly
| opposed the single Depart-
. ment of Defense advocated
| by the Army,

At best, he said, it would
{ mean only “confusion
slightly organized” and
could well “invite disaster.”

Furious Storm
Causes 38-Foot
Rise In Chasres

BULLETIN

Traffic on the Boyd-
Roosevelt trans - Isthmian
highway was reported at
noon today to be still going
through on the road al-
though condition of the
Lighway was described as
“dangerous.”

Repair crews from the
Public Roads Administra-
tion are at work cn slides
which have blocked part of
the road, principally in the
section between the Gatun
river and Sabanita,

The trans-Isthmian tele-
phone cable went out about
9:00 am. and the . break
has been located in the
slide area near Sabanita
At noon crews were still at
Work to restore service,
| The norther which has lashed
| the Atlantic coast with wind
{and heavy rains for the past
| lew days swent inland over the
| Madden Lake area Wednesday

| night causing a 28-foot rise in’

| the Chagres River at the Chico

| hydrographic station, the river
reaching a crest at 7:15 o'clock

| Thursday morning.

The heaviest rainfall of the

| past few days occurred at most

| points on the Isthmus during |

| the 24-hour period ending at 8
{o'clock Thursda Y morning,
| Rainfall at Gatun was 6:09
{ inches; Cristobal, 4:13
| and Balboa Heights. 2:24 inches
| Most of the stations in the
Madden Lake area

| during the 24 hours.
| Although the weather ap-
peaied to be moderating some-
| what on the Atlantic side, high
| Winds contintted and the wind
velocity in Cristobal was nore
than 20 miles an hour all Wed-
nesaay might—and” up to

{ wind reached a maximum velo-
city of 31 miles an hour in Cris-
tobal Wednesday.

Ten spillway gates at Gatun
were opened again Thursday
morning after having closed ail
out three late Wednesday, This
was the third time within a
| three-day period that ten gates
were opened for flood control.

The heavy rains’ Wednesday
| night over the Madden Lake
area caused a four-foot free
flow over the drum gales at
Madden Dam with a discharge
of about ‘12/000 cubic feet of
water a second. Over 100.000
cubic feet of water a second is
| spilled at Gatun when ten gates
are open.

The norther has caused un-
| usually low temperatures over
| the Isthmus for thig time of the
| year although no records have
| been approached. Lowest tem-
| perature reported was at Mad-
| den Dam where the thermo-
meter registered 67 degrees, Low
| temperatures reported elsewhere
{ were: Cristobal 72 degrees: Ga-
tun, 70 degrees; and Balboa
Heights, 71 degrees.

|

age 6, Col. 6)

Victory Claimed
For Gen, Dutra

RIO DE JANEIRO. Dec, 6 —-

| (UP) — Brazil's rightist Social
Democratic Partv claimed vic-
| bory teday for its presidential
candidate General Enrico Gas-
| par Dutia on the basis of in-
complete and unofficial returns
| from Sunday's eleztion.
{ Tabulations un to 8:00 n.m,
Wednesday night gave Dutra
390,960 votes against 246.232 for
Air Brigadier General Eduardo
Comes, Naional Democratic
Union candidate: and 90,667 for
Communist Yeddn Fiuza,

The Democratic Union, how-
ever, pointed cut that the tap-

| ulations represented only about

| ten percent of the estimated
total vote and declared that
Gomes was still in the running,
Dutra is supported bv the de-
poszd president Getulio Vargas.

inches;

I reported |
| rainfall of about three inches !

10 |
o'clock Thursday morning. The |

Victory Dance
On Gold Coast
Gets No Support

. Spokesman Assérts
g Cosinumity ‘Failing.
n “Public Duty”

Atlantic Side residents In
charge of the Victory Bond rally
and dance scheduled to be hald
Friday, Dec.7, at the Hotel Was-
hington, repgrted to The Pan-
ama American today that pub-
lic response to the sale of
tickets has been so poor that
there appears to be every
chance that the project will ke
a failure,

A spokesman tor the Arrange-
ments Committee said that un-
less there is a “sudden improve-
ment the Atlanti¢ Side runs the
risk of falling down on the job
— On & community obligation.”

“We cannot afford,” said the
spokesman, “to adopt a comnla-
cent attitude at this time
There is still work to do. I find
it difficult to comprehend why
the Gold Coast should fail to
support this entirely. worthy
project which represents a pub-
lic responsibility.”

Early reports on ticket sales,
he pointed out, show few sales.
With clearing weather, the
spokesman said, it was hoped
that more tickets will be nur-
chased and attendante at tne
affair correspondingly large.

The dance is to be attended
by high-ranking authorities of
Panama, the Army, the Navy,
‘and the Panama Canal, Two
{ orersrstras will furnish music
| (Continued on Page 6, Col. 2)

Former Italian
Premiers Refuse-
Cabinet Posts

ROME, Dez.. 6 (UP) — The
refusal of former premiers Vit-
torio Orlando and Ivance Bor-
omi to accept posts in the de
Gasperi cabinet brought the
Italian government crisis 10
| another of its many deadlocks
today with the liberals unwill-
ing to support the new govern-
ment unless the two senior
statesmen are included.

The new barrier on de Gas-
peri's rough road to form 4a
government came after a day
long meeting of the Christian
Democrat leader with political
figires and party representa-
tives in an effort to settle the
situation provoked Wednesday
night by the presentation of
the liberal program which en-
deavored to dictate the policy
of the new government,

| What is regarded as the last
| attempt by de Gasperi to reach
| a compromise on the questions
{ of Orlando and Bonomi and
the liberal’'s program will be
| made tonicht at the Chicl pal-
ace meeting of the leaders of
the six major parties.

| The session was expected to
last well into the morning. In-
| formed political - sources pre-
| dicted that de Gasperi wou'd
| only be able to fill a cabinel
| slate by leaving the liberals
outside of the government,

Atlee To Tell
Commons Of US

Laan To Emmire

WASHINGTON, D.C., Dec.
6 (UP)—~—Agreements for the
United States’ loan of
24,400,000,000 to Great Brit-
ain were formally signed to-
day by Secretary of Siate
James Byrnes, Secretary of
Treasury Fred M. Vinson,
and British Ambassador to
he United States Lord Ha-
lifax,

LONDON, Dec, 6 (UP)—RErime
Minister Clement Attlee

Britain, :
Attlee will make the sfafe-
ment after Commons votes on
an opposition censure motion,
It was understood that Attice
chose this coursse rather than

day's. debate. The
which the premier wi
will not be an open debate but
Attlee will probably be question-
ed on a number of points In
the agreement, ;

discussion on the agreement

(Continued on Page 6, Col. 3)

«| lease arms to the Chinese Com- by the Chief

will |
make a statement in Commons |
tonight on the proposed United |
States loan of $4,400,000,000 to

|

{ what less likely but leaves the

| able task to separate the Na-

intervene in the middle of to-|
statement |
11 make Or {Joint or unified military com-
mand ther ;
> 1 year to the prime of Patrick J.

The debate on the ‘loan will Hurley's tenure as ‘ambassador
come at a later stage and there | J J
will be further opportunities for | was still held gecret by Both
{the Communisis and National-
i ists and was transported back

Albrook Bombers
Join Search For
Lost Transport

Two Sixth Air Force B-17
heavy bombers, fully equip-
ed for any emergency,
ave left Albrook Field, to
“assist in the search for the

C-47 transport plane miss-
ing in Uruguay since Mon-
day, Headquarters of the
Panama Canal Department
of the U, S. Army revealed
today, =

The missing transport left
Asuncion’ early this week
bound for the United States,
with 13 passengers and
crewsnen aboard. It report-
edly encountered a storm
&nd poor visibility at whieh
time radio contact with the
ship was lost, Continued
poor weather has delayed
the search,

“Ancon” Due To

Transit Canal |

Hitler Planned
To Send Peace
Envoy To U.S.

Germans Hoped To
Get Support For
European Claims

By EDWARD MORGAN

NURENBERG, Dec. 6
FS) — Baldur .von Schirach, on
trial for his life here as a major

persuade Adelf Hitler in
uary, 1940, to send him to Was-
hington with a special “peace
| offer which would keep the
United States out of the war.

But Joachim von Ribbentron
scotched the plan. Von Schir-
ach, the former = Reich youth
leader, whose grandfather
| fought im the Battle of Bull
| Run during the United States
{ Civil War and whose mother.i
a native of NewYork City, re-
vealed this in 2a memorandum
to me.

Von Schirach and Colin Ross,
author and foreign correspond-

Early Next Year

The USS “Ancon,” former
Panama liner and now a com-
munication ship for the Navy,
has been ‘ordered to start her
long voyage home via. the
Panami Canal on Jan. 5,
according to information re-

of the
While

15th Naval District.

no port of departure
| Was given, it is assumed the
| “Ancon” is still based in To-
| kyo hurbor where she is known
to have heen ahout Nov, 20.
At tne Canal Zone the “An-
con” wl be routed to New
York wrere she will report for
“availability” — in Navy par-
lance for repairs at either a
Navy vard or alongside a
tender. In this case the “avail-
ability” is interpreted to mean
removal of the expensive com-
munica:iong equipment install
ed’ on her when she was made
a cominunications ship.
At the completion

of the

‘|availability, the “Ancon” is to

be restored to the custody of
the Army,

At the same time, the Navy
here reported that anpther ves-
sel of the same type,'the com-
munications ships “Zaton,” is’
due here Dec, 14. Bhe has
aboard the staff of Amphibious
group No. 2 as well as some
| passengers and has asked for
“expeditious transit,” in order
to get personnel aboard her to
the United States in time for
Christmas.

Other expected Navy arrivals
are the destroyers “Tillman”
and “Satterlee,” due here. to-
morrow from the Pacific. i e
heavy (ruiser “Canberra” how
in Balboa is expected to- leave
|Friday for San Pedro, Califor-
nia.

Byrnes Announces
Probe Of Plot By
Career Diplomats.

WASHINGTON, DC. - Dec, 6
(UP) Becretary of State
James F, Byrnes began a per-
sonal investigation today of
the charges that two United!
States Foreirn Service men
plotted against the government
of Chinese Generalissimo Chi-
{ ang Kai-shek,

The charges were made. by
Patrick J. Hurley, resigned am-
hassador to Chilia, before the
Benate Foreign Relations Com- |
mittee Wédnesday..

He appeared before the com-
mittee again | today to
what the members described as
a '‘cross examination.”

Hurley said that the career |
diplomats wanted to give land!

munists to help overthrow the
Chungking government. He said.|
| these diplomats were George A |
| Atcheson, Jr, and John 8. Ser- |
|vice, now advisers to Genera! |
| Dougias MacArthur in Tokyo. J

|

ceived today from headquarters |

|

face |

i committed suicide when Germ-
any collapsed, conceived the
| idea together as an urgent di-
| plomatic gesture without,
parently, any of
of mystery involved in the later
freak flieht of Rudolph Hess to
England.

Their plan, von Schirach
said, was to “win Hitler over to
making a declaration on the
western hemisphere” — supnos-
edly that Germany had no ag-
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 5)

Panama Issues
Receipts For
License Plates

for automobiles will not be re-
| ceived in Panama until shortly
before Christmas, receipts
the platés are already being is-
sued hy the Panama Municipal
Treasurer's office on Cathedral
Plaza from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m

The system will be the same
as that followed last year: the
receipts will be issued and la-
ter plates may bé obtained
with them.

The 1946
and commercial
cream-colored with red numer-
als; those for cars owned by
employees of the U.S. govern-
ment are yellow with black
"numerals.

UB government employees
livin on the Canal Zone will
pay $2 for their plates but th2y
must produce
Zone receipt.

U.S. government employees
living in Panama must have a
certificate of employment, a
certificate of Panama police
inspection and the required
automobilé insurance receipt.

All others must have the re-
ceipt for the 1945 license, the
inspection certificate and * the
insurance receipt,

Cars are inspected by
police daily at the police sta-
ion on Avenida A.

Military Rule Of
Hong Kong Ends,

HONK KONG, Dec, § (UP)—
The military adminigtration of
Hong Kong terminated today.

The proclamation was an-
nounced hy Commander in
Charge Rear Admiral C. H, J.

plates for private

| Harcourt who delegated all pow-

ers and responsibilities to be
assumed after the re-occupat
of Civil Affairs
officer.

Chief Administration officer

Brigadier General David Mack

and is subject to orders CinC
may issue in the future.

Obstacles To China Accord
Stem From Hurley Diplomacy

By GEORGE WELLER

YENAN, Dec. 6 (CDNFS): —
Russia’s extension of its occupa~
tion of Manchurlda ~ makes the
spread of civil war there some-

i

conflict of horthern China un-
abated,
It is a seemingly insurmount-

tionalist and Communist views
on whether it should be a joint

€.
The obstacles date back one

when his five-point program

ong
i

and forth Letween Chungking
gnd Yenzn. Communist General
Mao Tze Tung added provisions
for a joint cabinet and joint
military administration and was
pledged to cecrecy by Hurley;
who returned to Chungking only
to gee these additions rejected
by Generalissimo Chiang Kali-
shek.

Mao considers his secrecy
pledge still in force, but eircles
near him state it was sorely
tried when Hurley visited Wash-
ington aid stamped the Red
movément as Insurrectionist
without revealing that Mao had
already signed an agreement
with him.

When the Communists received
(Continued on Yage 6, Col b)

| Zone Credit Union

(CDN-

Nazi war criminal, attempted to |
Tan- |

ent for the Berlin Zeitung who |

an- |
the elements |

Although 1046 license plates |

for |

cars will bz}

the 1946 Canali |

the |

Yon |

Purchases $50,000
In Victory Bonds

A boost to the Victory
Loan drive in the Canal
Zone has been given by the
purchase of $50,000 in Vie-
tory Bonds by the Canal
Zone Credit Union, it was
announced Thursday,

The Credit Union bas
been one of the most con-
sistent suppofters of the
War Rond program since it
started, Heavy purchases
were made by the organiza-
tion in most of the special
drives and the Credit Un-
ion now holds $460,000 in
Bonds,

The Credit Unions latest
purchase was in two-and-
a-haif per cent Treasury
vertiticates,

RAF Planes Aga

Pound Batavia;

Internees Moved |

BATAVIA, Dec. 6 (UP)
Four RAF mosquitos
and strafed a specified area of

| Batavia shortly after noon to-
aay
Prior to the air-strike leaflets

were dropped warning the po-
pulation which part of the aren
| was to be strafed: The raid was

designed to save somé hundreds
of civilians isolated ‘in the
Kampong area behind Homann
Hotel in the center of the ci-
ty.
Continuous sniping was going
| on in that area, with four
| Gurkhas dead and seven
wounded. Immediately after
the air strike British
started the evacuation of the
isolated civilians, many of
whom were on the verge of
starvation.

cuees declared that they
sen many dead Indonesians a-
long the road.

{ «+ A British communique
| that the troops had
| quiet in the northern part

kidnaping of Europeans by Iu-
donesian extremists continued
in the southern part of
city.

British troops, which began
occupying the northern sector
Wednesday also opened the
road to the airport. Indonesians
have keen sniping and attack-

ing convoys along the road for i, its fiscal matters, and there

several days.

Additional reinforcements for
{ British Java landed at the port
cof Sgurabaya on the east coast
A Duteh delegation headed by
Lt, Governor H. J, Van Mook
| left by plane for Singapore to-
| day to confer on the Java sii-
uation, .
General Sir Philip Christison
| commander in chief of the al-
{ lied forces in the Netherlands
East Indies, arrived at Singa-
pore' Wednesday for the con-
ference, It was believed that a
{ meeting would be called in Ba~
| tavia between the Dutch and
the Indonesian leaders follow-
ing the Singapore conference.
If these talks fail, it will be
considered possible for Van
Mock to return to Holland
talks w
ment,

A t————

Public Interest
Reawakened In

Civic Council

A number of nominations for

i

| Dougall will exercise authority A membership in the Pacific Side

Civic Council have heen re-
| ceived, it was stated this.morn-
| ing ty Marc Quinn, president
of the council. :

The nominations, all of
which go far are from Ancon
and Balboa, have been turncd
in to Mr. Quinn since his warn-
ing of two days ago that unless
nominations are made and
elections held hefore the end
of December the council = will
be forced to cease operdtions,

Baliots will be prepared and
elections’ held late this month,
Mr. Quinn said, now that some
indication has been received
that the public is interested in
the continued existence of the
council, :

The Paclfiz Clvie Council is
composed of representatives
from Ancon, Palbos and Dia-
blo Heights, Ten members re-
present each' of the three
towns,

The council was formed a-
bout seven vears ago and
halted operations in November,
1944, -tzcause of wartime con-
ditions, for the duration of the
war, ‘

|
|
|

}

= the Republic's economic prob-
rocketed | lems.

troops | said:

Four armed Indonesians who range economic plan to
were captured with hand gre- mote the orderly development
nades were executed. The eva-|0f the country's resources and
had | to take proper advantage of its

sald | Mr, Arango sald, “we have wit-

restored |
° of | the basic economic laws of the

Bandoeng, but intimidation and |

the | Well

for |
ith the Dutch” govern-|

Elimination Of
RP Tariff Bars
Urged By. Arango

Former Comptroller
Asks Long-Range

Economic Planning
) |
| Elimination of tarrif barriers
{in Panama to promote the
[free and unimpaired flow of
{commarce — Panama's Number |
One Industry” was -facom- |
mended strongly by A. G.*Aran- |
go, president of Investors’ Ser- |
| vice Corporation of Panama |
ani former government comp- |
(troller, in an address deliver-
ed Dec. 3 before the American
Society of Civil Engineers,

Mr, Arango made his recom-
{mendation in a discussion of

‘he businessman made
particular mention of the ne-
cessity for a program of pub-
(lic works to corer “a number
of years,” and urged that loans
for the work be negotiated In
such a manner that the burden
of repavment would be proper-
ly distributed among not only |
[the presents generation but
{future generaâ„¢ns who in ac- |
|tuality would be the bene- |
ficiarizs of ‘such public works.

|

Temporary Measures

a long -range

Speaking of
Mr. Arango

{economic . plan,

“It is essential for the Re-
public to have economic stabil-
ity. In order to achieve this,
(the country must have a ong:

| geographical position.
“During the past 42 years’

nessed a series of changes In

country and even in its Bill |
| of Rights, but all these changes |
|have not been the result of a |
thought - out plan but
{rather temporary measures to
{solve 4 temporary crisis.”

| Mr, Arango continued “There
{has been no real study, and
the primitive instinct has been
{the main factor. No government
[to date has set a definite goal

never has been an over-all
[economic + policy established. |
The result of all this has been |
instability in public finances |
(Continued on Page 6, Col. 3) |

USSR Exchanging
Balkan Oil For
Argentine Wheat

LIVERPOOL, Dec. 6 (UP) —
The ‘“i‘orn Trade News" impli-
ed today that Argentina may |
[pe supvlying Russia indirectly
with wheat,

The, rorn Trade News reiter-
ated the report that Argentina
is negotiating for the exchange
of her wheat for Rumanian
(ofl. Surnrice was expressed that
the Rumanian shortage was so
acute as to necessitate imporis
from Argentina, A possible ex-
planat'on is that Rumania has
been sending wheat to Russia |
on a reparations account and |
probably is importing from Ar- |
gentina to , fulfill the obliga-
tions to the Soviet.

CTN commented: "It shows |

how vain were the hopes of
Rumania in making contribu- |
tions of wheat to other Euro-|
pean deficient countries.”

CTN reported that the Ar-|
gentina wheat production was |
estimated currently at 22 to
23,000,000 quarters (a quarter
equals eight , bushels) which
with the carryover should total
28 and a half to 29 and a half
million quarters for the next
year, ;

The magazine claimed that
13,000,000 quarters normallv are

(Continued on Page 6, Col, 6)

Bahai Missionary
Visiting Panama

Mrs. Gayle Woolson, a mem-
ber of the Bahai faith arrived.
in Panama yestérday by Pan
American Alrways for a two-
month stay, in the Republic
where she will assist the Ba-
hais «[ Pahama in: the pro-
mulgation of the humanitarian
Bahal : teachings.

Mrs, Woolson resided in Cos-
ta Rica four years and estab-
lished the first Bahal Assem-
bly in that country. While in

Panama she wil aeside with
friends as

.

ention

DETROIT, Dec. § (UP) ~Genie
eral Motors Corporation and the

| striking CIO-United Automobile
| Workers union sought again. toe

day to resolve their differenc
working against time to aw
government intervention in
settlement of the 16-day-
walkout of 175,000 General Mote
ors workers. :
Discussions on the union's
demand of a 30 per cent wage
increase to compensate for the

{ post-war rise in the cost of liv-
| ing and reduced working Hours

resumed today for the first time
since the strike began. 114
There was speculation in Des
troit today that the wage issne
might be settled. by the week-
end since both management and
the union are anxious to aveid
having the government take
over jurisdiction of the dispute
as suggested éarlier in the week
by President Harry Truman, °°
Some quarters predicted that

{ the union would accept a 15 per
| cent raise

as a compromise,
General Motors offered a 10 per
cent increase before the strike,

In the meantime, in Washing=
ton today a sharp fight wa

| shaping up in the House-Labor

Committee over the legislation
requested by Truman for auth-
ority to set up “fact finding”
boards in serious labor disputes
and to require a “cooling off”
period before a strike can be
called. >

The measure was opposed
both by labor. which fears the
right to strike may be sacrific-
ed, and management, which
fears “fact finding” may mean
Spenmg their books to the pub
iC.

In Buffalo, Walter P. Reuther,
vice-president of UAW, told
2,000 local General Motors
strikers that United States
labor had the “capacity to
create a wealth In greater ab-
undance than mankind ever
had before in the world.”

He asserted that C. E. Wilson,
president of General Motors,
makes $8827 weekly whereas
General Motors workers are
seeking only the $58 weekly war-
time standard. :

Franco-Russian
Ties Reinforced
By Nazi Problem

By PAUL GHALX

PARIS, Dec. 6 (CDNFS) —Tha
links forged between France
and Russia by General Charles
DeGaulle during his ‘Moscow
visit last June may be reinforc-
ed by the current antagonism
between France and the United
States and Great Britain over
the future German administra«

on.

Herve Alphand of the French
Foreign Office is now in the So-
viet - capital attempting to get
Russia’s backing for the French
demands concerning the Ruhr
and the Rhineland. The first re-
sults of his trip were reported
“favorable.” dk

That the current Berlin dead-
lock of the Allled Control
Council over the whole German
problem has merely heen tight=
ened. by the French president's
latest declaration, both Prencn
and foreign observers in Paris
are convinced, :

Fixing Germany's western
frontiers by leaving. the Rhine-
land and presumably the Ruhr
outside the Reich, as suggested
by DeGaulle, would in: no way
settle the fate of approximately
five and one half million, Ger-
man residents in those regions.

Furthermore, generhl
in political circles here is that
neither the United States nor
British will be favorable to such
a decision before the ew
landers themselves have

And to determine

e true f
ings of these: e, which
years of Nazism

Five Navy P a
Lost Off Flor

IAMI, Dee. 6 (UP) . Pe
Navy t bombers hb
sorted ot off a

chance to express ihe true Tee :

a
a
0

: 4

planes from Fort
Naval Air Station we
overdue at 5:00 p.m,
Fach carried two
men, the Co CH
All Coast Gua:
surface craft in
sent out in sea
which were bi
20 surf
in the

Lil |
Teepe. FIVE CENTS.

GMCAndUAWOpenPayTalks
To Avert U. S. Interv

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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6. 1945

LY

* Qld Bronx Lad Back

With British Accent!
By DAN PARKER

Plug Uglies In Boxing Game

ONE OF THE BRIGHT spirits at the Giants’ training camp In the fight game are
in Marlin, Texas ,back in 117, was a big, good-natured chap of the past
named Harry Fink, representing the North Side News of the

old Sid Mer- | = eee rer mn

Bill Hanna |{hq nosition died suddenly.

that Sering The trip was made in such

IY howd ast time "Harry found himselt

on Broad- [yi a regular job. Fifty-one

y accent anc |ymes, he made the round trip
I omin ds than would [between Riga and Moscow on
to wail-paper Par- relief trains, during 1921 and
1 ey'd probably have |1920° His routine was nter-
burst cut laughing, just as they (rupted briefly in the Fall of
did when he picked the Braves [1970 ghile he rushed back to
to win the National League |New York to see the Giant;

pennant in 1914

Well, Sid, Boze, Bill and, Mac
have all passed on but Harry's
here, Piccadilly inflection, reams
of pound notes and all, but his
natural gaiety dampened by the
news that most of his Marlin
pals are dead and that his gold
friend, Damon Runyon, has
lost his voica, Fink Is a char-
acter that Damon's inventive
mind might have created for
one of his priceless short sto-

ries, The much abused adjec-
tive “legendary” fits him like
the lone size 18-36-sleeve white

shirt he was finally able to buy

Monday after a shopping trip
all over New York,

Harry Fink who had beer
promoted frcm the post of

sports editor to of editor quarter of a century's absence,
of the North News, a [Harry has been cramming him-
3ronx neighborhood paper, by [self with hot dogs, hamburgers,
the time America entered the |eggs, fruit juices, chicken and
first World War, quit hi JOD all the other commonplace ar-
to join the Navy si ticles of American diet that
got into One da have become luxuries to him
the U.3S. Westover in Britain, He's stocking up on
to which ‘he was ass shirts, ties, hats, shoes and
torpedoed { sunk clothes, also, in this ration free
man submarine in f Paradise. Harry is having the
Biscay. As the lifeb most trouble finding shiris his
tair the survivors wer size, but when he met George
Ing tussed around by 1eavy | Bothner, his old friend, in Times
seas, the submarine surfaced | Square and told him his” trou- |
and ' the commander ordered |bles, George assembled a herd |
the Americans fn rill along- lof pachyderms training at his |
side and come aboard gym and sent them forth in |
Fin) boat wags the last to all direciions to, get Harry a
come alongside. When Harry [supply of shirts with 18-inch |
clambered abcard the - half- | neck and 36-inch sleeves, |
awash deck of the U-boat he “It's wonderful over here
wes addressed in perfect Fno- sighs Marry, “but the pace i
lish h the commander,” who [too fast. It burns you up too |
&sked him a number of ques- quickly, Over in England we
tons ty which Fink gave pur- take our time and last Iong- |
posely misleading answers. (er” And all this, mid vou, in |
When Fink, in reply to the |g British accent from a formei
German's questions as to his [Bronx boy! oe
birthplace and occupation, said - em —
pe was from New York and |
lad been a sports writer, the ‘A G b
commander's pon it up and | t am oa See
he asked: “Do you know Wal- | . “i: aa
ter- Rutt the bike rider?” | On Sunday a flying torge
shooting team composed of
“Sure. I've covered several (Captain M. Brown, Captain
six-dav races he rode.in ai-the (Teitjen. Lt. Wadell, Lt. Lackey
Garden.” sald Fink. They chat- [and CWO Les. Miller of Rio
ted out six-day bike races |Hato, ail frierds of Bill Kosan
lor a while, then the Com-|were ouests of the Gamboa |
] sald: “I'm going to |Golf and Country Club at an |
1 a break. Jump over- [informal Skeet and Trap Shoot
and swim back to your | Balboa Gun Club representa-
tives were T. Fogarty, L. Jack
“T ean’t swim,” said Harry. Ison, P. J. Jones, and P. M
The obliging U - boat ~ Com- Dishargan; who all turned in |
mandeyr thereupon maneuvered very goed Scores. Gamboa (was |
the submarine alongside ‘the skepresented by Mr. Hill, "Mr
lifeboat and told Harry to make [Rob Roy, Mr. Sanborne, and
a jump for it. He did and when |Mr. Hartz -
he picked himself up in the | The voung Air Corps Oflicers |
rolling lifeboat, be saw ‘one of {flew in from Rio Hato especial-
his fingers on the bottom of (ly for the occasion and lef
the boat and blood gushing | wel] nleased with the precise
from his right hand, «ange facilities and generous
In Janding his hand .had aospitality while the attitude
come in contact so forcibly [of the Canal Zone Shooters is
with a sharp-edged gadget on | ‘Those boys are good — come
the boat that one finger was again soon .— anytime”!
amputated and two others cnt | Lt. Wadell scored the perfect

80 badly they hung by shreds. |
The commander, seeing his
LD to him a roll of
andage, Then Hd%ry was left
to his own resources. He pand-
aged the hand folding the half
Severed fingers Into the palm
and then, sat.down and waited |
fer hein to arrive. He had five
pain-wracked nichts and four |
days to wait before the U.8S.
Connor, a destroyer escorting |

ssed

the Leviathan into Brest, pick-
. ed him up. ]
Back in America after the |
war, Fink found newspaper |
work a bit tame so he contract-
ed with Dan McKettrick to
take his fichter, Soldier Bart-
field, to Europe for a few bouts
The Suldier wanted to go over
chiefly to see his family in |
Poland. After a few fights in |

Paris, Bartfield went on to Po-
land-and Harry hooked uy with
the American Relief Mission
Assigned to make the first trip
on a relief train between Rjea |
and Moscow. he was placed in |
charge of the train when the
man originally designated for

Gores

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LANA DUKE NYDIA MADRID

Glamorous “Blues Singer” “Lady of the Evening”

LITTLE-MISS MARLEY. THE PALMETTES

Dance of the ? The (our chorus) Characters

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JACKI CHURCH EVELYN BRAI

~_ IN'ADDITION OUR LATIN SHOW with
BEATRICE REY MARY REY

M, C. Dancer

SUSAN MUNOZ ELENA BUSTILLO
Singer Singer

LUCY KENT

Dancer Fs

SHOW & DANCE MUSIC BY:
MITCH KELLY and the Palm Terrace Orchestra

SHOWS: 9:30 p.m. — 11:15 p.m. & 1:00 a.m.

“Never a dull moment at the Palm Terrace”
One Block below Tivoli Hotel,

[do so ty going to the Balboa [farm clubs,

| The

| but

|

| Discouraged by his

No Regrets For Crosefti As He.

vor weer | Nears Trail's End: And It All

. .

; : ; pennant race is only seventeen |year. In 1944 Joraan saw Ser- | -pd : A R | Of M lk

Sa 'S Matchmaker Rooers days away, and still none of [Vice in 25 contests winning 8 | {erie It 0 e |

2 A h O the clubs have nine men games while losing the same | 'ERMEER
’ gathered on the Isthmus, , .All [number = His 1944 earned run By AL VER! Ey dent
NEW YORK. — “Plug uglies ed out Marvin Bryen and Joe [the clubs, grcepting last year's percentage wif el. The NEA Staff Correspon :
things |Agosta, He has had 2 proiei- (champion Balboa Brewers, are [other hurler is Lou Grasn ck wr . Graham, preside
' sald Nat Pa [sional fights, neve: com» gies bringing a flock of players | who won 11 gumes and lost 7 NEW YORK. — Neatly attir Chaney or an, prudent

matchn.aker of Mike Jacobs’ |as an smatrur. He Jost about (from the States. while playing for Binghamton (ed in civian clothes “Phil | made him a proposition: “Eve
{20th Century’. Speriing Club, [half a dozer ' times, accoraing Colon Lucky Strikers were [In the Eastern League during [three years in the Navy, P ery day we will have two quarts
deminater of fights in. Madl- [to Rogers the first to announce the ar- (the 1944 season, , .Arriving by [Rizzuto stood in the mpHy lof milk delivered to your
{son Square Garden, Yankec “The beanty akout him is he rival of professionals when lair on December 12 is ou - [Stands of Yankee Stadium an [fouse” ne said. “You: Hoey
[Stediun and points west, “In [can hit like a pile-driver.” szid |hurler John Grodzickl and [fieider John Byrum. , From all gazed dowh at the Infield, wit [sire to drink 1t.%
the olden day prize figliters Rogers. “He has a good chu. Steve Bllko landed hers on reports Byrum will be a big It'll eure feel good to be cut 5 So Crosett! became a glutton
were wont to be plain ugly.” |November 18. , The next team menace to aS opposing pitch- [ihele el Shorisiop BEain® he for milk. And it worked wond-

Now, Nat is a self-effacing * Tlo report Imported stars were (ers, and will be covering cen- |: . ? y g q h
but hiahly efficient matehnak- the Diablo eHights Devils wi. |terfield for the: Mottas. . Not so many seasons ago A a the ony hed
er, and it was a complete sur- annguaced the signing of Cu | Brig. Genera] H. C. Deeiing, [folks would have tilted their out later that season you would
prise to .hear him using such players. . .Onca again the Co- |League Prexv, announced late brows at such a brazen liate- Dave seen Eddie Mulligan and
words olden and wont in (lon tea breaks into the jront |yesterday afternoon, that Ed ment rom the young man Ey- [pave Spinel two good third
ordinary conversation, Even | [With Lhe announcement that Bigelow will once again be of- [erYone knew the Yankee Shor. basemen, resting their freight
Harry Balogh, than whom there | |infielder-catcher Stan Wasiak |ficla]l ccorer for games plaved [Stop Job belonged to Frank the bench, The dark-eved
is none whomer when .it comes | was due to arrive this after- [at the Balboa Stadium. Due |Crosetti no. one else, and any on he A Oe ued
to slinging high-falutin’ words, | noon ajoard a steamship. . . ./to his newly scquired jou of man wlio assumed he could take milk had taken command of
doesnt do tha | Waslak will be remembered not League Secretary, Ed wanted Soom ihe San Franciscan was | Base ;

only as asl ~but as fv h dio 0h ster, oan Ww
“Modern dav boxing has pro- | a ns pi Pol Player vii as Lo hia oi ey arTure, But little Scooter Rizzuto was Mulligan was sold to the

Pirates in 1929 and Crosett] ofe

[Gold Toast. but with the irsistence of the |Speaking the truth for he, in- .
yimmy McLarain, Sammy Man- The Cristobal Mottas enno- League President he reconsider- |deed, will be the No. 1 short- Jere oe hoi
dell, Ailie Stolz. et al. At the unced that they have signed led and accepted the job. .. [fielder when the Yanks gathe: 'third. That's when Frankie's
moment the ace glamor boys lf four players. and are wrancling | The season tickets have wone |at St. Petersburg next spring. st ¥ vegan to rise. In 1930 he
are Tony Janiro and Billy Conn _lfor the services of two other on sale at the Balboa Stadium |Crosetti may be around as a Irs ed a rousing .334, bashed
Along with these we must now | boys. Leading the four al-|and frcm all reports .are go- |utility man or an aide to Je | Wa. Se tuns, and had big
add the name of Arile Levine, | [ready under contract is right- ling fast, Anyone interested | McCarthy, Perhaps he will be Ce SeOULE ' tumbling OVEF
the Fighting Marine, hander Al Jarlett who will [in getting a season ticket may [Sent out to handle one of the [league scouts Ting

each other's feet, Seals

Crosetti need have no re- wanted $65,000.

A 31r00kI -10 35 Jarlett reccmmended three of [Stadium ticket office Friday, *3 :
ON BSokiTh, ay his Toronto teammates to or Monday, Tuesday, or V'ed- |grets as he Jooks back on 141 A sports writer who scouted
Re is st Decolming Krf60in. a. [team president .Gil Morland, (nesday of next week. Fred. seasons in basepairs Hines: oir- for Wy White ole Hi a
the ‘Golden Boy of Boxing. He (and the latter expects ‘hem die Mead. the jovial ticket |cles, Ja bight va oe Pa Yo 4 2 tt ork wick,” 5
recent YW discharged from (to arrive between December monager will ke in the ticket. he helped the anks to he oh ou Li 3 Aid 1
RE was station- twelfth and sixteenth, , . Two |office between four o'clock and og League Biles, Seven fimes eid. : hy BY grand.
ed at Parri Is dhd for inore of the three ball players com- | {lve-thirty on those afters | le shaled In the inners pote Grose) a Ss § g
than two years. He acted Bs : ing with Jarlett are pitchers... 'noons. . , |Uon of the World Series. | ae them $65,000” re-
athletic instructor there LET | — : ~ (Was an important guy on Then pay tl 000,” re
athletic in FHCLOP 1h ‘ha gra . i A Gold Coast (Season, in view of the ability great club. MeCarthy called plied the Chicago bosses, and
te Gene Tunney whi ¥3a Artie Levine, fighting Marine | ‘7 ’ > “fot* the players who comprise |him the heart of his infield we will reimburse you later.’
a Marine in the first world Marine with a wallop, Si leli / the various teams. Most of the [And it all started with a bottle | The sports writer emptied his
war - and who, by the way, | LAE lg is {boys have been underguing [of milk, pockets, found 81 cents and his
ot hl pao Tubulin ro ' | coLoN Dec, & Despite strenuous workouts. | That was in 1927, when a front door key. And that's how
grow t( 1eavyweig and | ety a * md vo b N, . . — S ’ | @n : : i Servet ti . ; 2
become cham ion : re Cal iy ano, incessant rains, vast prepara- | Five squads have registered San Francisco Bem} profesaon C Fosetl) Necime anked in
A La TIDION ie into. the boy a i Sreas hel u 2, “" |tions are underway for the for the senlor amateur circuit al beam made up o Ove: or ead of a hv the Seals
fistic limelight a couple of | Nat's Go den Boy may be g |Inauguration Colon’s new (3nd ten outfits have 3jready RH = EE re is Tn Th Year to cure his
months ago when he knocked [paragon of manly beauty ac | Stadium Accorfing to reports, sought participation inr_the Jue le riosit, of) h ” nin rofes- tw mE weaknesses — ga
oyt Sonny Horne in’ Madison Nat Rovers says. but inless he [the opening ceremonies are |Dlor loop. JUVeniIF league | Cu 1 y £31s nd he | scat erar n tendency t
Square ‘Garden. He also knock- |ecan=take it as w el} a5 dich it |Slated fcr December 30. (Will also b€ conducted after [Siona §, the JBfals, and they |scatterarm and a ency to
Sal take i 28 well 9 5h i dedi |the termination @f ~the bigger discovered. was the old story juggle simple ground balls, In
out. Rocky. Graziano 2 able Early this week. It appeared organizations. J of decegtion beating brawn. It 1932 he moved in with the
: |;2 knok Nat's Golden Boy in- [shat - Gold Coast fi 32D Sar: | was a bunting ball club and |Yankees and has remained
BLACK FLAG |'a 2 brass check. WOUld not be served ther aia | Avena Colon has proven its the best bunter of the batch [there rince. He never became

was a '6-year-old stripling. His
name

the hiiter he was expected to
was Crosetti. . | be. Intluenced by such strong-
following spring Creset- |armed teammates as Futh,
tl went to camp with the Seals Gehrig, DiMaggio, Lazzeri and
he hung timidly in the Dickey, Frankie wanted to join
backgrcund. It was dangerous this Murderers’ Row and began
for him to do otherwise. He swinging from the heels in-
was .so small and slight that stead of taking his natural cut.
there was fear of his Leing But he was a great ball piay-
stepped on, er nevertheless and it paid
lack of ‘him well. In 1931, his last year
appealed to with the Seals, he earned $1.-

ee 000 per month, In the years

brawn, Frankie

tratk man will make his third
appearance against Young Sav-

four and five times that sum

(age who whipped him his first [He never knew there had been

time out. Beard drew with Pz’ [a depression.

Valentino In a sensational| And Frankie Crosett! owes it

four-rounder a month ago. ‘all to those bottles of miik.
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EXECUTIVE SECRETARY

Male or female, alert personality and hard worker,

able to handle English and Spanish correspondence
efficiently. Write: Executive Secretary, ¢ o Panama-
American, Panama, R. P. stating experience, qualifi-

cations, references, nationality and salary expected.

BALAMMALLAAALALGLRARARRY

CHRISTMAS GIFT SUGGESTION

LUCITE and SILVER combined into the
most beautiful

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£4

Square and round shapes.
Six beautiful colors,

$12.50 sad $14.50

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without griping or discomfort. And
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ATLANTIC SOCIAL NOTES

By MKS M. LEE NASH r

Box 195. Gatun

Telephone Gatun 378

Circus Birthday Party.

“The Circus” was the theme
of Marvel Joyce Davison's third
birthday party given by her
parents Mr. and Mrs. Norman
B. Davison Monday afternoon,
December 3rd at their home
In New Cristobal, Games were
played by the children, “Ring
“Around.” “London Bridge,” and
“Pin all on Donkey,” for
which the prizes were won by
Jess Crawford and Judy Hotz.

For (he young hostess the
climax of the party wes the
singing of “Happy Birthday’
around a taple decorated with
crepe ruper “with a green and

pink birthday cake as a cen- |
terpiece. Three Kitty holders:

held ‘he candles and at each
guest's place was a cupcake
topped with a lighted candle
Molded ice cream in the form
Of. rabbits was served.

Favors . of novelty hais ol
verions colors. little shakers, pin |
wheels boxes of animal ciack-
ers ana Scotty Bean bags which
were fisheg rom a gran bag,
were given to the pues

Those present were Marvel

brother Barry, Annie Brians, |

Judy H.tz, Jackie Ashton, Cyn-
thia Knapstein, Ahna Johnson,

Jeffrey Hare Eddie Dolan, Jan |

Bromley Jess Crawford, Eddie
Spieler, Eileen and Kath:.een

Cox. Also present were Mrs, J. 1s

H. Hare. Mrs E. Speiler, Mrs.
N.- W. Ashton, and Mrs. R
Brians.

Christmas Birthday Party,

Grace Areo celebrated her |!
fifth vathdavy with a luncheon |
given at the home of her pa- |

rents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett W.

1st Vice-President, Sergeant I.

A, McKenzie: 2nd vice-Presi-

Sent, Lee Sparks, and Treasur-
, Miss Ada Mary Ander un,

Returned From

Santa Clara Vacation,

Mr. and Mrs. Collin Lawson
and daughters, Patricia,’ and
Colleen, of Margarita returned
recently from a month's visit
to Santa Clara. |
Recent Gatun Visitor,

Little Linda Jacobs of Bal-
boa, daughter of Captain and
{ Mrs, Volkert. Jacobs, has been |
{the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Albright and family in
Gatun for several days. |
| " . |
| Birth Notice, :
| Mr, end Mrs. Willlam H |
Stahl of Gulick Heights anno- |
{ unce . the birth of a son on |
Novemuer 27th in the Marga-
rita Hospital, Mr. Stahl is em
ployed at the P.W.D, at the!
Naval Station, Coco Solo.
War Fund Dance,

Mr. II. 8. MacSparran, Chair-
man oJ the War Fund on the
Atlantic Side, the Allied World |
Aid Committee, and the mem-
pers of the USOA may well
{ be Prova of the dance which
| the ‘su successfully put on
Saturday night at the Sirangers |
| Club,

.
| -Over a thousand persons at-

tended in spite of the bad

| weather Dancing was enjoyed |

{on both floors of the club with

he Nivg Station Orchestâ„¢ |
i

and Lam's Orchestra furridd-
ing the music Guests were re-

ceived py Mr. MacSparran, An-

Arco. of Gat on Tuesday, thony Raymond, Anthony Ta-

December 4) T! enterpiece {8aropuios, Camilo Feuillet, Mr

of tl ble was a ( George Bennett, and Mrs. Surse

scene with Santa.Claus and,his | Taylor

Tr voles At eac child ihe | I'he first door p { for 1

v { a C | O1€ yas \w by | Collin

filed with candy. The tradi- La veoi. who received a beauti

lve 11 ft tha iff

tional birthday cake ‘was cut [iUl silver platter, the gift oi

for the des: ert. { Mottas The first door prize
Thos honoring Grace were |10r gentlemen was won be Mr.

her sister Katherine, Lois anc (Pruett, he received three bot A

Diane Scheiaigg, Ethel Voss, |U€s of champagne, the gift of]

A 1 |

Diane Roderick, Mary Margaret
Zahn, Madeline Garrett, Penny
and Ro ger-De Spain, Freddie
Hall, Danny \ Kissam, Charles
Robinson, and Charles Cashell.
Cristobal-Margarita

Civic Council Meeting,

The Cristobal-Margarita Civic
Council] met in the Margarita
Clubhouse on Tuesday evening,
December 4th for their first
meeting since the War ended
After a very enjoyable bufie!
supper the meeting was called
to order.

The new councilmen wera in-
stalled by Mr. Ernest Cotton
of Cristobal, honorary president
of the Council, who was the
first president of the Cristobal
Civic Council Officers for the
ear 1946 were elected as fol-
ows: President, Car] J. Browne;

Teach them
with Tek

ras your youngsters on the
road to clean, strong teeth
with a Tek toothbrush.

Tek is scientifically sRaped
to keep those hard-to-get-at
inner surfaces bright and clean.

Children like Tek ‘because
it’s smaller . . . fits the mouth
more comfortably.

Encourage your children t6
brush their teeth regularly ...
and give them the extra protec-
tion that Tek affords. Buy Tek
at your druggists today.

Rill my

| neces of Colon, 8he wa
jas isted- by Mrs. Reba Siar

{ Nichols, Mrs. Helen Swearingen,

[Salas and Co)
- Mrs.” Anne ‘Rgymond was ii |
| charge of the irafile of - many |
{loveiy+gifts donatéd "by 1

Mrs. Anna Miller, Miss Jenn:
Satrells, Mrs. W. W, Warren
These ladies also assisted in |
the sale of flowers so gene!
ously given by the Margarit
Florist, Colon Gardens and
Moudrey's. Others selling flow-
ers were Mrs. C. O. Alar; Chair-
man M:ss Candy Nichols, Mis
Margaret Rigel, Miss Lillian
Hightower, Miss Olive Move:
Miss Andrea Whitlock. Miss Kay
Coulter, Miss Helen Miller, Mi:
Patricia Gardner, and Miss Syl
via Austin,

Fifty-eight dance hostesses
from the U.S.0.A. were present
and their chaperones were Mrs.
Margaret Austin, Mrs. Helen

and Mrs. J. H. Bornefield.
Mr, E. C. Stevens, Regional
Supervisor of the U.8.0. at-
tended the dance with a giou;
from the Pacific Side.
The members of the Allied

{evening at their home in

(Louise, Mr. H. M. Lockwood latest

Monday by Pan American Air-

fheme in Gatun Until theil

| pancy they are the house

| Walker, Mr. H. M. Lockwood aa
‘and Miss Jean Lockwood $4.50

Félix B. Maduro, S.A.

Open during noon hour
21 Central Avenue

World Ad Committee assisted open to civillang and service
in every way to make the Sapo personnel, dren and women,

a social and financial suce:

¢ The. raffle of. the pi mii Victory Loan Bond Drive.

das not completéd at the dance The ballroom of the
so holuers of tickets are re-|Washincton will be the

quested not to destroy them [of the victory Lean Bond Drive
as the winner will be pukiish- lon’ ¥riday evening, December
ed at a later date, 7th, sturting at 7:30 p.m.

trans sides dancing there will

Sewing Group Notice, floor show and, a war
The Fewing Group - of the (raffle, Dréss is optional.

Gatun Union Church Auxiliary [public 1s requestéd to

will’ have -arficles, appropriaie [this a success as have been all |

for Christmas gifts, on sale a! [previous bond dances.

the meeting of the Auxiliary | dm————
on Friday afternoon. Control Council
Patient In Hospital, . .

Mrs. Hipolito Fernandez of Seizes German

Colon is a patient in The Ama-
dor Guerrerc Hospital, Plants, Property
BERLIN, Dec. 6 (UP)

{Dinner Guests

Mr. and Mrs. P, R. Kiger en- Ae Control Council has
tertained a few friends in{or- an ordered the seizure
mally {or dinner on Tuesday § and property throughout

Ga- Ry. any.

tin," Trose present were Rev- | . phe
erend and Mrs. Fred Joneseand
their daughters Eileen and | Farben Industrie assets

and daughter Jean.

teturned To The States. | owned of cont

Mrs. Henry Shirk arrived gon roll eq, on
ter last May 1.

ways fiom the States to join

her husband and make their

quarters are ready for occu- NEW YORK I
\ ou

Egolf of Gatun. Mr; Shirk was
recent'y discharged from the
Navy and has been reemploy-
ed in the Locks Division,

|
|
|
guests of Mr. and Mrs. ro

Dartmouth game to 80.

Allied Council authorized
| last Thursday the seizure of th

order provides for
seizure and control Bf °
plants, properties and ‘desets in
| Germany whigh, the cdmpany

COLUMBIA RECORD

SErow’s 78 points on 13 touch- |
downs was a Columbia indivi- |
dual scoring record with

inher hr Villiam G | Swiss ALARM

Fisher had. as their dinner

guests on Sunday Mrs. Claire CLOCKS

Community Lible Class

The Community Bible Class
mee ts cvery Friday evening
7:30 pi. In the lobby of th
Bolivar U.S.O. This: Class is

CHRISTMAS GIFT ae ?

A charming reminder of voir love
throughout the coming years

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Double Your Luck! |
It's Jucky to wear your Birth-

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in a charm, |

A Genuine Stone: of your very
own

Set in Gold, ®

To wear on your arm,

TWO STYLES... 14 Kt. GOLD
GENUINE STONES
ONE FOR EACH MONTH

Félix B. Maduro, S.A.

Open during noon hour
No. 21 Central Avenue

meetin

Fine Gold
Jewelry

* RINGS

* BROOCHES
* BRACELETS
* CHAINS .

NEW YORK JEWELRY

(BURGOON'S)

159 Central Avenue
Official Watch Inspector for the Panama Railroad

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G 0Tpe Miii 3. Albrook 6 6 6
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JOR. Jo Matin 8 4100 COLD PREPARATIONS
Zelechow, Poland: {3 eh
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«PREVENT

many colds from developing
Colds may be prevented —

often — by 124 Central Ave,
khe early use of Penetro Nose Dr ops & I8 “J Street
A sure provision of “stitch-in- time’ aid
And the large supply costs only. 26a ;

Radio Center

PENETRO 555:

DROP® COLON

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NAVEGACION PANAMENA, S. A.

announces the

CANCELLATION

of its

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“Excursion to San Blas Islands

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“For the weekend of Dec. 7th, 1945
“of its fast twin-screw
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M.Â¥. MARIONETTA'

Perfect for a ight supper!

Make an omelet using 3 eggs, I tsp. salt,
Pepper, 2 tbs. Duryea's Maizena dissolved in
| cup milk, Just before foldirrg the-ometet ~~
sprinkle !/; cup grated cheese over one half.

Fass * Delicious! And with the help of Dur-
yed's Maizena, your omelet will be

. light and fluffy, too. Get a box from
your grocer today.
Isaac Brandon & Bros, Ine.
: Apartado 387, Panama City
nae Sa rv 5

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® Dad, Mother, Sister,

Brother, all will love these

and !

crisper corn Hakes.

Golden-brovwn Post Toasties
« full-flavored and extra-
“\CTiSp . . , are a real breakfast

treat.

Buy some for breakfast to-
morrow,

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GUAYAQUIL. ECUADOREAN OUTPORTS | : |
Approximately every six weeks, sailings for passengers | MIDD] E AMERIC
and cargo to: API Se
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Peru, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay |
| erved by th ’
Frequent sailings for cargo tg: long Servec y 4 e Ue
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For information please phone: :
} BOLIVIA « BRAZIL « CHILE « ARGENTINA
Fidanque ros. & Sons PRONE CARLY. JOR RESERVAVLONY. ‘ . y
P: anamiy ss Phpne 666° rhr— TC ong 2400 mp p— ) ‘
= { . “ Cristobal 2135 Balboa 2126 .
Roval' Netheriands Steamship Co.
: Cristébal Phone 3-1218 f PASSENGERS
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: BYAYS: WG er 40 y hips of the Great White
| uso T — PAN AMERICAN GRACE Al OR over 40 vears s pS © eG I
OMOTIOW on}. XN year
® McKENNE EY Friday, December 7 * x Fleet have carried bananas, coffee, sugar, p
ID cocoa and other nutritious tropical foods of Middle we
PACIFIC SID .
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ON BRIDGE FHER WITKIN USO CLUB - : America Jorthers aga heirich laden with the Service fron: Cristobal
ewish' religious ser 11 1 1 : Inited States farms and factories.
BY WILLIAM E, McKENNLY 1 religious services here The Pacific Steam Navigation Company products of Unitec "
o | Pmerien's Card Autheryy aad pi ig er 4 R | M il Lines Ltd World War II brought a change in the cargo lists as / :
“TIVOLI USO CLUB - Spas oya all : Middle America proved itself an invaluable source of many WEST COAST CENTRAL AMERICA
AK the ALraty av r : a AND UNITED STATES PORTS
ALT Recreational spo OVER A CENTURY OF SERVICE BETWEEN essential products . . . oil- producing greases, medicines,
Al0T 3 obi y :
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yo None 8 N. |Aa7542 got (Al ROAI CRISTOBAL_F.S.N.C. BLDG. In building trade expansion between the Americas these New York
vIs643 vs BALBOA AND tia | "how" Or av ah | rr 2... and the :
® A952 W E ¢K107¢ O CLUB Wi i Hay Phone: Passages 1654; Freights 1655 new’ products can play an important role a
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YKQ52 tonight Funct hal vimiming
"eQ84 ise in. the ol gt 7:50 5 d
Dug . Nit ; : J. « i ; ros join h husband 1d the will ywill- be on band to furn the | #
Rtv i { 1 nake heir om in | music lor dancing. Make vour | éa | ec oe ; !
South West « North Fast | Lat 3 4 p HR . x ul ; p wid. | res ervan.on vith M1 Bill Ged-
Pa Pp 14" Pa I: ARYS RAL Deo oi ; die for dinner! | UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
;2 Ps : [ A ’ ( hy { : Auxiliary Food Sale, :
Opening—d J “20 The Womens Auxiliary of Lhe COLOMBIA + COSTARICA * CUBA + DOMINICAN REPUBLIC * ECUADOR + EL SALVADOR
J d BO aon Chul “ALEX CAFE’ GUATEMALA + HONDURAS * JAMAICA, B.W.l. * NICARAGUA * PANAMA * PANAMA CANAL ZONE
I of Ing a Su saturday al |
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f J hr in he pared tc bu ut 1d rinks mixed richt m—— rm -
it 5 Lt 4 re a Ta nisht cu pe cake ; : i BARNEY'BAXTER IN HE AIR RACING RIVALS] By FRANK MILLvr
hi the Al : ans "for Sunday Prices light
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ome 1 o'clock : ; a Mave | . NOT oN LY THAT- 1 MEANWHILE, A THOUSAND MILES TO THE H eel
ne inne: balice Our DU sie] MÂ¥ays open OUR FIRST J HAVE A SURPRISE | [ A SU id SOUTH WE FIND BARNEY'S EX-SCHOOL- | | BAXTER BUNCH
becaus: ABOUT GAMBOA |ncid ai the Gambon Goir and Day and night. STOP WALL Jy WATE AND A LOW ane A DOWN TO 210
pity © : y By Mrs, Win. Bartholomew Coun A 2 Clap ua sunca Ye I” BE MEXICO Ba E Le. JFEVERISH HU Y = Ee
To , Tel. Gamboa 198 Hg Starling 2. 4:.Uy jor mems- Hl Colon, Rep. of Panama CITY. GUS. .
OU o bers and their gue The ever | i
DLSS) Hospitalized POPWLEAL,- Society Six Orchestra |
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nen) | ; friends of Mis. C Re
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Ww Mr, and Mrs. Wm ol FEEL BETTER,
criticized lop Bayret Gamboa Ir HT TERRY, THE OTHER PILOTS GO FIND APRIL AND
ry the State ir Tuesday Mr: | WILL STAGE THEIR AIRCEAFT CET YOUR GOODBYES
=a dw ho © Ruhla eX to bY ve b THROUGH TO OUR. NEW BASE,
had. o1 lane e end of the week to | BUT I \ NT YOU TO WAIT WITH
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HAVE A SPECIAL JOB FOR YOU “BIT APRIL DOES NOT HEAR
Marriage Licenses "THE CALL A> SHE £75 BEFORE

THE CAVE WHERE SHE AND
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SET FO OOT ON THE I15LAND.,

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HAVE QUESTION, WHAT KE EE NIKI FLEEING AFTER FORGOTTEN, BUT || NOW IS IN CITY 10 SEEK YOU!SHE [| © as
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Yy \_ TAKE HIM OFF ACTIVE DUTY 7 UP GIRL, SHE GETS FLAMES / SHES |
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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 6, 1945

THE PANAMA AMERICAN — AN IN DEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

i ——

WEST INDIAN NOTES

Scholarships To Be
Increased Shortly

JAMAICA Extending its work
in the West Indies, the British
Council's -future plang call for
an increase next year of the
number of scholarships tenable
in Britain, the extension ulti-
mately of the former Carnegie
Corporation Library scheme cen-
tered in Trinidad to British
Gulana, Barbados and the Lee-
ward and Windward Islahds, and
the opening of an institute in
Barbados,

The Council, which recently
celebrated its tenth anniversary,
reports that in the West Indies
its work “as far as staffing dif-
: culties allowed, was consolidat-

during the year.”

Expenditure of the British
Council, which received a Brit-
ish Government grant of only
$24.000 during its first year in
1935, has now reached a total of
more than $11,184,000, provided

from the same source. Its aoti-

Buffet Supper Held
For Rio Abajo Girl

« A delightful buffet party was
Held. &t “the residence of Mrs.
Ambro§jne McIntosh, No. 2171
Rio Ab&jo, last Saturday, on the
occasion of the thirteenth birth-
day ghniversary of Miss Elvia
Hunt. - Sa
iring the affalpy Mr. Leslle

“Mocho” Hunt, popular em-
ployee at the’ Admlnisigation
Building, acted as Nite of

ceremonies, .

Among those attending were:
Misses Edith Bacqui, Ruby Hunt,
Adelina Hunt, Rose Mascoll,” Mrs.
Louise Nesfield, Cleopatra Jor-
dan; Messrs, Alberto Mosely, Al-
berto Simpson, “Chile” Johnson,
Leslie Williams, Alberto Deleon,
aymond Simpson, R. Morgan,
John Marshall, Reginald Lewis,
Wilfred Kendall, Patricio Innis,
Wildred Morrell, B. Nesfield and
Daniel Blackett,

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BPOE Lodge No. 1084
Jo Meet On Friday

Lodge No. 1084, Improved, Be-
nevolent and Protective Order of
Elks of the World gwill hold a
meeting at the*Patralsg” Lodge
hall tomorrow night, commenc-
ing at 7:30 p.m. Nomination and
election of officers for the en-
suing term will be the main item
on the agenda,

‘

All officers andga-members fixe
urged to make a prompt an
full attendance,

Miss Olgita Austin
Observes Birthday

of Mr. and Mrs. Graham Austin
of this city, reached another
milestone in life last Monday.
Miss Austin is a Sophomare at
the Liceo de Seforitas College.
She spent the day at her moth-
er's residence, No. 4, 21st Street
Central, receiving the felicita-
tions of her school mates and
numerous friends.

BIRTH NOTICES

A danghter was born Mon-
day morning at Gorgas Hos-
pital to Mr. and Mrs. Wiifred
Allard, of Panama. Mr, Allard
is an employee at the Ameri-

can Embassy

[- A son was born Monda
[morning to Mr and Mrs, JFran-
¢is Coniey, of Cocoli. Mr. Con-
{ley is an American employee
{in the Panama Canal Club-
houses.

A son was born Tubsday
{morning to Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
Gachez, of Diablo
| Heights. Mr. Gachez is an Am-
|erican employee in the Me-
{chanice! Division,

(liam PF

|

| A son was born Tuesday af-

ternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Coffey, of Curundu. Mr
Coffey is an employee of
Covernment contractor at Al-

| brook eld.

| Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hubeard
of Brownsville.
|the birth of. a
| Brownsville on

Mrs. Hubeard is

daughter at
December 5
the former

Miss Olgita Austin, daughter |

New Plan To Make

Panama Prisons
Self-Sustaining

A progeain of modernization
for the penal colony at Coiba
Island and other
the R2public of Panama Is
plannett by ‘the government,
The Panama American learned
Wednesaay at the Ministry of
Government and Justice,
Included in the project is a
system tc end the parasitic ex
istence of inmates of ‘the pi

prisons of

sons who now have no [xed
schedules nor instruments with
wirich Ja work.

The "plan would put an end |
to the enforced idleness of the

prison#ys and help solve dis-
ciplinary problems. In efiect
the priscns would be put vn 2
self-sustaining basis although
the government would continue
to provide supplies: and food
for the Inmates.

Col. F. H. Wang
Sails For States
Friday On Leave

Colonel F, H. Wang, Ex-
ecutive Secretary, has been
granted leave of absence
and plans to sail Friday for

California, He will visit
Mrs, Wang and their son,
Robert, who are in Palo
Alto,

During his absence, C. M.
Lupfer will act as Execlitive
Secretary and E. C. Lom-
bard will act as Assistany
Execulive Secretary, ??

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As World

By Louls

Greater speed, lower cost of}
transmission and more freedom |
in the distribution of news
were In prospect today for in-
ternational communications in
the post-war world.

Important advances toward
that goal were registered at

nfuda, which has just adjoum-
ed after two weeks of discus
sion,

The agreements reached
expected to be broadened to n-

international conference
will probably be held In‘ 1946

States, the United

colonies But it was
by delegates as an excellent bo-
ginning toward worldwide im
provement in the exchanece of
news as well as business and

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Wire Parley Goal

NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (UP) -- persondl messages.

the British-American Telecom- |
munications Conference in Ber-|

are |

clude other nations at the next|
which]

either in Canada or the United |
Kingdom |
and the British Dominions and |
regarded |

a,

ten cents a word respectively.
A still more important deci-
sion was reached by the confer- |
ence affecting the free flow of |
news between the Engilsh-
speaking countries, The United |
Kingdom delesation. agreed to
the private reception of news
transmission by United States |
ws | 28encies at their own receiving |
results of the | stations in the British Isles.
1 ‘ | Hitherto ‘the .operation’ had to
| be done through British Posi
Office facilities and operators. |
The point is Imporiat ba-
cause the greatest part of the

Keemle

One of the
conference was
reduce the tolls on press mes-
sages between points in the
United States and the British |
Empire. Later it Is hoped that |
this will be extended to other |

workaday news exporte m
countries, one country > OH aT
It is a definite move toward| mis radio method.
the freer exchange of news, A | 4 : ;
celing press rate of six and a | The British delegation
half cents a word was set, and | ..., ting the nga 3 '
| the United States delegation | 54.70 ta oposal A nited
aimed at an eventual goal o! Press. took note oF thet OrRBn

only three cents a word.

For commercial or private
messages a. celling was set of -
30 cents a word between the |

| 1zation’s development of
facilities.

such

. PAGE FIV

BANK NOTICE}

The Banks in the ci-

ties of Panama and
Colon will be closed

on Saturday, Decem=

ber 8,

“Mother's Day

United States and Empire
points, That compares to the
present rate, for example, of 58!
to 60 cents a word between the
United States and Australia

The ceiling rate for deferred or
night letter messages would be
cut correspondingly to 15 and |

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| Include Poems

|

“Little” United
5 Nations Oppose
By Zone Students UNO Domination

Poems written by two stud-| LONDON, Dec. 8 (UP)—The
ents of the Canal Zone Junior | “little” United Nations, led by
College have been accepted for |Cuba-are fighting today against
publication in the "Annual An- {what they consider a big pow =
thology of College Poetry” of er attempt to .dominate the
the National Poetry Assocla- UNO assembly as well as the
tion of Los Angeles, according |B8ecurity Council.
to word Just recelved here, |

Anthology To

The vote on the Cuban plai

The students are Miss Cecily {for a 3l-nation Steering Com-

Sherk and Miss Marian N. Wel- | mittee for the assembly was
ler. Miss Sherk’s poem is en- scheduled for yesterday but
titled "On the View from the was put off because of addi-
Administration Bullding,” and [tional small power speeches in
Miss Weller's. "Possessions and support

Obsessions The Lig powers want a smsail

Migs Sherk, niece of Mr. and

| Mrs George O. Lee of Balboa, ! quirements

| 18 a freshman at the Junior| Mr, Kidd said that discussions
| College. She came here (rom | now being held . with United

| Lake Forest

llinois, Miss -We!- | States and Latin

Steering Committee of abou
15 nations, but disagree on the
| compesition, .

Doctor Guy Perez Cisneros of
(Cuba has made two long
| speeches calling for the same
[system as used at Sah Pran-
cisco as the only way to guars

antee democratic procedure
[and freedom of speech, The
[ténor of the fight against a
complete big power control of
{the UNO can best be shown
{by Egvotian Mamdouh Riaz
{who shouted: “Just because we

sacrificed democracy at San
| Francisce in forming & BSecur-
ity Council for the sake of
peace and security 18 no rea-
son why we should do it here
in organizing the assembly.”

The Mexican delegate Louls
Padilla Nervo, in opposing the
Small Nominations Committee
as well ag the Bteering Com-
mittee, recalled that the League
never rcstored to such mechan=
isms until the years of its dee
line when it became “‘politicale

ly expedient for certain powers

American of- to control the assembly.”
ler, who is%in her second year, | ficials will determine the means
{ 1s the daughter of Mr. and ‘Mrs. | of surplus disposal in this re-| He added that such control
N. G, Weller of Cocoli, | ston, Another office already has of the League became so ab-
; | been established in Rio de Ja- solute that as a result he was
The anthology In which the | neiro for surplus disposals in| forbidden in the late thirties
| poems are to appear is a con- | Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Bo- | to raise a question in the Lea«
pilation -of poetry written by | livia and Chile. Additional re- gue assembly about Czechosloe
college men and women Of | gional offices may he establish- | vakia Lecause they had forbide
America, According .to Dennis | ed as the need determines ‘den questions
Hartman, secretary of the as-|— - re - ———
sociation, selections were made ;
from thousands of poems suu- Do You Need An Apartment?

mitted,

Guards Authorized |
To Prevent Work

Read The P. A. Classifieds

Stoppage In Mexico
MEXICO, D. F., Dec. 6 (UPI—

Upon request an armed

may he placed on Mexican trains

guard

and at terminals to prevent an To the Shareholders of Panama Gold Dredging Co.
INAULIOH Suh I stoppage. 2 Notice is hereby given that special meeting of the
presiaen To ee Thieg Wi Shareholders of this Company will be held for the pur-
headay nighi, pose of electing the Board of Directors and deciding as to
a ¢ Rn the convenience of leasing certain properties of the Com-
Avila Camacho's order was

pany.— Said meeting will t
Norte, Panama City, at 4:00
ember, 1945,

designed to end the intra-union
quarrel which resulted in an un

unced work stoppage on
both federal and privately oper
ated railways

anr

NOTICE

Panama, December 5, 1945.
THE PRESIDENT.

ake place at No. 83, Avenida
p.m. on the 19th day of Dec-

The
makers

Brother hood of Boiler-
and the National Fra

err

rei

of Trainmen are quar-
jurisdiction

*
with the Mexican Railway Work-
ers Union. Trains arriving are EXECUTIVE
<4 to 48 hours late due to st -

pages

HLY

in

hot iohtsg
ing acout rign

male executive secretary,
worker, able to handle E

USSR Exchanging = |
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Important commercial firm requires male or fe-

pondence efficiently. Write: Executive Secretary, co
Panama-American, Panama, stating age, experience,

SECRETARY

alert personality and hard
nglish and Spanish corres.

nationality and salary exe

(Continueg ;rom rage 1)
earmarked for home consump- qualifications, references,
ton and 6,000 Loo quarters for pected. -
non-European trade, leaving
nine a.ld a half to ten and #&
half million quarters for Eu- |
rope "out with the government |
in control of marketing and!
liable :p make unex ted. de & -
| cisions “we hesitate *to predict eo
how mueh wheat will eveplual- [3
to Europe v

ly eome to

| many

{ formation is available on what

|
. YAN \ "AN NANT . trial uses |
: in the PANAMA-AMERICAN WANT ADS 8) Nabi tor) cohen, whe pits)
ticipated in the war-time ato- |
y : v a Lo mic bomb project, heads the]
P——p Leave your ad with one of our AGENTS: C. standard Oil group which also
. y Minimum insertion of whi Investigate other advance:
os Mion Sree Store | Lewis Service Menendex Book Store | Marrison’s [American Caauty words MP dl > i in the field of physic s. |
th t ear Melender [124 Central Ave Cathedral PI No u ,addtic a | ‘ :
. Colon i : strel Mew ahd TOIT O cts, each | Elandard Oil also announced
i the appointment of Dr. Josep:
n 4 } Painter Holl as a specialist
LE | FOR SALE | WANTED [MISCELLANEOUS | ite’ npiny medica cepari |
- F (0) R S A | lent, acting as consultant anc
| — a HH —_G_—*—OHDL p (r Lo the committee re
| od |B R. WENDEHAKE. Telephone | #0 Vi5er 10
i 8 neous WANTEL petent cook, good (Pr. J. R, rese as thi
Miscellaneous Miscella Tt 3160} £994.79 160. Panama. Medical office hours: | Presenting all phases of th
: - -— : ——— om et a y 4 : 33 Pane 10amtol pm —4.p.m to company s operations to elim
ROR SALE: — STOVES, STOVES, |FOR SALE CHEAP dd ko 2 F gil 8 p. m. No 133, Central Avenue, | inate hazaras to workers
* STOVES — Gas ranges, cabinet rmo- je © oF Play pen, y | a Panama.
" dels, with four burners, oven, broil i A =| WANTED slesma preferable - hE
er, 2 drawers, very efficient, Just uk \ x English EFFICIENT WATCH KEPAIR best .
Biwi s fun 65 FOR SALE | Come Moye enon | FICE ATH TEAR WL a Planned
FRENCH BAZAAR, Panama City ' Apiv a al! kinds New York Jewelry |
FOR SALE: — ELECTROLUX VA Automobiles | teria Baza Panama We do cui paiming. the lactory way To Send Peac
* CUUM CLEANERS, order now for : - WAN I 4 r seda vith modern equipment. binjulas (Continued rrum rage 1)
Christmas. Agents John F. Phillip pope Panama, S A. Across from Coce |
g Lg a ‘8 gen "I. N. Etchberger. | FOR SALE: —Ford 1935: $250.00 | anal Z ¢ La doys 1 Er ro Frore SIBT Parcs
» Box pred os 1 > S12 8 ge Studebaker, Fordor 1938: $700.00. | A P.M, to 4 = gressive ambitions there. Arm:
; Box 137, Gamboa. L, Ji SHIN. | Chevrolet Coupe. 1935: $400.00. I : tv ——— led with such a promise th-y
Box | 044, alb: a aylor, Autgo-Lub, Opposite Balboa Garden, | ; a - L E S S 0 N S | hoped $0 get Roosevelt's suppolt
$376, Cristobal —— Tel. 76, Pinama dy \ shi 4 |of Germany's territorial claim
FOR SALE: —One 60 cycle washing [ FOR SALE ey . editor. | — —. ren — | in. Europe on the basis of dhe
machine, 522-C. Co f Pb : A N SPANISH CLASSES FOR | Munich agreement
Josh fastest ———————— Edy | fe re | a AN Begirs That would have meant the |
FOR SALE ycle refrigerator | __ : ad for genera € ne grmedisle, 9 Ho (ro American endorsement of the |
Coldspot, 9 qu. ft. Telephone Garn- | A I p nly, ca eep Perish hav 4 | Austrian Anschluss and the
boa 376. Quarters 02€ em- 1 Ty e i : €, ¢ alary fer iM 1 911 seizure of the Budetenland, hut
boa g / y Ave. and « streel y Ave 4 " be not. von Schirach indicated, the
po - Yr &5 Ze “4 w ep 4 Te ’ +. leconguest of Poland. Hitler was
FOR SALE.—| aii porce 4 Hb RE | - trout childrer er cred tay se | interested and Hermann Goer- |
' r L K J Di ¢ v ¢ r J er [ Is Cr Jurge
trigerator Phils Hod iy FOUR SALE 9 h trier ab | — —— ——— | ITI, W&s eVen more so But thie
ia og ind H ise [ i : Neo 1 Write | I Fuelirer never became complet-
dan, al or 32 OLS t € ‘ e ow € ‘ . wm... . h :
eo : to Mr. | ana ransits | ely sold on the project. |
2-Diablo, ster 4.9.4 —— d Pan dae Canal litler regarded me as ‘pre-
FOR SAL Apartment furnitures. | a . ee | NORTHBOUND judiced” regarding Ameri
Ready for oc Upancy ( ecemt lind i : Half day Phantom Hills Balboa Avuba questions von Behirah said
10th. Lan Le seen da ros ; 1 ! ’ y 4 rel APD Pacii Atlaniis pariier nis wile enrielte
i Pp. Mm Ne if Building La Joya - | 47 H J p: | Argual Goifite Mobile ho is the Gayghter of Hei
12th Street, Apt F 0 R R E N 2 8 venue, Apt, ( ending | : ‘ us. | rich Hofimadr {itler's 0t0=
—— AY - | — Jasper Ciopsey Mitsuhama vast 3.| rich JLIITIAT iiers pno
SR D! J. M. Robins Batangas Homplon Roads | grapher, recalled to a friend
FOR SALE 2 ycle Westinghouse | = _ j = L 0 S 7 G F 0 U N | Wiklet M. Hays = Frisco ‘ew Orleans | that the Fuehrer had retorted |
Refrigerator. Streamlined, porcelair FOI in \ A 1 ; | William A. Heniy Fiisco Cristebal | tg yon Schirach on the mattel
finish, Either 6 ft. 2 or 9 ft. 2 ale’ | A po houlder trap | Alamo Viciery Hueneme Yew York What the matter?” asked
€ new congoleum rugs. Miscella N be | p ts of ue to | Walt Whitman Frisco France | gitie finally after nothing
neous articles. Call after 4 p. n o yo. | 06 : _ ly ‘ the Balboa Mercer Victory Eniwetoh Cristobal came up on the venture
5512-A, Diablo Heights FOR REN ¢ juring the dance on the | jlonin Dvorak pokgharma Ee ms ue Von 8chirach replied with one
i | V pe 3 8. Please re- | 1 193 acifi tlantic . . : :
FOR SALE Overstutfed modern _— thy hl E } } } rr F< all | San Brune Goliite New Orieans word rippenirop
Livingroom set, large and two Ad { a 2 Bait a ques- | Sivux Falls Victary West Coast. C.istobal
armchairs. Price $225 Phong ivan! eam, ; | \ y 3 rd Vii 2 M n=] i | . .
Panams 2479 veniently 03 via al @ J SOUTHBOUND 1sappointment
Opposite ent Ww ' |
FOR SALE: - Corona Portable Ortega Stree t ell | - 3 4 | William Siwgis. New 0 Manila id d 0
Typewriter $35.00. House 14 recomm.ended | ept I . . t \ | S¢a Nymph New: Yt Manila 1 esprea n
C. Holden St. Balboa Flat deta, Foie | Elimination Of | - imtaucy Prax P
A (Continued From Page 1)
eerste p—— ( td. : ! | od
FOR SALE Rugs shades, rocking RP T: iff B amount of criticisn ( mmon Vis : Ths : Nn
chair, Ford battery, blinds, dishe - . aril ars | and this issue, whic across quarantine grea. THE accom
3 a | FOR RE { fin Fir rl will | panying ¢ blueprint i=l
etc. 398-A, Cocoli ir RES Fu | (Continued From Page 1) | the party and a Hin hi n provements to tne
_— apart H face criticism Irom it Sup = des a A ibd dd : . id or 3
FOR SALE Accordior With Case near . iransporiat ror de- 1ind r2u1 and indecision on the | porters as weil as from the con- | moorin ite to make it nvall
Castelli make, two octave keyboard tails telephone Pana Isat , capital servative opposition ¢ , Jed | able at all seasons and to in
ler nne Sacrifice A hid l IV aplic is vatiy [ ition 1 ne ir r CO OTYITI t
$60.00" for Dey 13. pe Ld rong Thi yeake made reterence | by Robert Boothby i crease 1s Frcommodauons, fia
UV Sl) L122 1 any ddy Ba — - -— 1 tin: A i Sus X eo ha a fe ‘ " Ww beer notec
from9 a. mto3 pm FOR RENT I'w hire room | 0 adoption of various prece-s Agreement 101 Us al wa A ER erdency . resteiatio
—_— ree ———— rtment plete f hed del hen he said reached in Washingto te: ) mergency Ls Han
| 4 EIN bela hat | twel? veek on {01 mposed by the Navigation Re
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds, stee ’ | trigerator. Pho Sometinies measures that | twelve weeks of negotiation Lnposed oy | ; Alan
beds, 2 springs with horses, 2 ward p have Leen applied in otheg London newspaper dispatches |gulations 1 Ie Panama ( anal
‘ robe-dressers, one wardrobe, one a = Yeo ntries with a certain degree | from Washington said that the jon the movement Of vessels
dresser, night table, diningroom KFOR: RENT Furnished apaitment n {of success have. been tran [loan will be repaid over a 50 certain areg of « anal Zone
' pieces, safe, rugs, gas range, New r bal ¥ one or two ba planted: to Panama with disas- | year period starting 1951, waters are in the process of
piece heavy livingroom set. Mist chelors only, Telephone 537 wr lt esult Ve must become’ | The main part of the loan will | being removed and there is no
fs a’ A 1 vou Sul Vv | . yt
45 Street No. 5, Bella Vista 494, Color Faw LI the faet that we | carry an inter rate ol two objection to the resumption of +
FOR SALE:~— Kelvinator € 1-2 cubic | HOR RENT Nicely furnished j really ish to make this coun- | bel cent The final paynient Iresilipted. pleasure - boating
foot, 25 cycle, open type unit re room for one bache At all Busiiry a prosper nation, it is | wil be made in 2001 at this time
. Fe 3 | N IN Nig i face economic After the formal wgreement is
trigerator. Large play pen for base lines, 46' Street, Ne 5, Apt Hgl It ELL ih I'siened it must be ratified by “Wit regard t t} nrovi
n $ family Apt Apety wore | 880-J 9 calitit {siglied IL must b alll) y ita regard to the provi-
er hac y f¥ PE Pho: ! | both Congress and the: Com- sion { “Improved anchorage
: oogon. L_ i. Revision Of Taxes | mons. Spirited opposition is €xX- fund mooring tacilities, although
FOR SALE: -- New Peruvian fiver BALBOA TiDES [* “We. must make a revision'| pected in both the British and I am sympathetic with your
Tea Service, cottee pot, tea pot Fol: our 1 Xess’ bv increasing d American legislative bodie proposition, 1 regret that the
sugar, creamer, and large Hay Thursday, Dec. 6 | rec wat and eliminating, | Loan authoritatives in London presen: use of the area by the
ills Call PAD. 320 after HIGH LOW : [as mich possible, indirect | said thay there are two par Navy precludes its ment
Up. m. 4:31 an 10:57 am. ls i ! and {of the-loan. Main part of tne Tt} urpose stated vOut
31 am ):07 a.m, ict are unjust and Al for the purpose stated you
5:00 p.m 11:10 p im. | wh ch uy hh ally a all | loan totals about $3 750,000,000 petition and at this ti it is
FOR SALE: — € piece living room | - — | Jlasses-of the community with- | It will be “new money” used 10 | not possible to predic L the date |
suite, maple, © piece bed om . | out erard to the individual | Prime Brits economic pun ps of its release by the Nava au- |
ite with Simmons -inners@rin Vv D ore co and help her recover from the “ities. Even though the ared |
fulte’ with mont innentring, ictory ance $s ity 40 my :s pile] Ar 8nd renin o World eco thorigins. Zien though, he $18 |
SY6- ail ve l iminate LA ty tiga ie a { thal) ; 1€, n n S
Sher Hl J16+C, Sunick Heighns On Gold Coast barriers to promote “the free | homie power, Khia part It | dredging and other in piove-
f N : 4 | Bears 3 / er ¢ in- y + : rr
Rakha pm : \ ps and unimpaired flow of c¢om- al eais 8 vo po h ments could not be accomplish- |
FOR SALE: — Waestinghouse Refri- (Continued (rom tage I) merce, our Number One indus- L5¢. led at present because of lack
gerator, © cu. ft, desk and chair, for dancing, arid US.0O.A ¢irls | try. We must set yp a program A subsidiary loan of $650 000 - of funds, since works of this |
dining table and four chairs. 8069- |. ig as hostesses and | Of public works to UM -~ | OEE the agreement | S1%€ and nature must be sub- |
$th. St. Aot No 3 will be on hand as hostesses and her of vears and on the Db Xsis 000 includ the agreement 'mitted to Congress for author- }
: : : oO. 3, 4 or are an a Ir 3 3 { gl S 10" aul -
: dancin ther: Or yeas ha On Me eM rt»—-P77 for American lend Sh for
: ANeing pariners. " of it we must negotiate ex-|[;> % y lor American .«. |lcation and appropriation of |
FOUR SALE: —Ircning beard, Silex cof- Entertainment also will be top f Yes at a fair rate of lease goods enroute or contract- funds, a process that requires
tee maker, pillows, large hotel lock~ | provided by professional as well | rnal sans 2 I # 1 ie : eriod ed ‘for when the war ended. The | ordinarily from | 1-9 tn 9 Vears |
er, some kitchen ware, small table | 48 non-professional talent. inieres and jor 5 5 ne i ,. (interest-rate on this reportedly |* This We rife 3 je re 1 be
#nd chair. Thuis and Friday. 49-F, Five of the new Roosevelt Me- | 01 years,'in order t a i Pe vas Sel at lwo and three- kent 5 mind Ne er, " will
Coco Solito morial Victory bonds valued at go 3 La wil ny the eights per cent, pin suth, hihi ih ir
i | $200 each will be given as door {future G es, who hi iy Concessions for a usual loan ata a nennieliLe 23 Cl
FOR SALE y hig koop nd mat- prizes as well as many othe | zeneliciaries, also share the procedure were sald to be an | instances perms
ress, crib, carriage Ike new, |: oY \ b 3% ii aot oamek es . , We Ery sincerely urs,
1 baby scale. House bo Gatun | items donated by Colon merch- burden arrangemerit whereby Britain Cry sincerely you

hone 5-346, between 4 and 6
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FOR SALE Diningroom set, . and
complete bedroom set 19 pieces
beautiful furniture, first $400 takes
it, Also radio combination 150 reg-
ords, $7 Fankersley 9080, 10th
St. Apt. 5, Colon

FOR SALE New hand tailored im=
ported English worsted brown pin
stripe ladies suit, genuine Camel's
hair coat, by Jaeger, both size 20.
Can be seen after 4 week days
anytime Sat. or Sun, 5465-L, En-
dicott St, Diablo

FOR SALE: —One 17’ Sail boat must
sell owner leaving for States, very
reasonable. Call Fort Kobbe 2286
Hours 4:30 to 5:30 p.m

FOR SALE: — 11 tube Tropical R.C.A.,
Victer Radio; 8 Eum 9g
movie camera with F 5 lens, Call
Ft. Clayton 4295, after 4:00 p.m

m.m,

£

FOR SALE 1 RCA. table model
Radic in excellent condition |
@cs motor bike 214 H.P, runs well
Gos condition, 1519-B. Akee St.
alboa. 2-3563

FOR SALE: —California red wood
porch screens, very good conditien
suitable for Duplex or flat type |
houses. Call anytime 1578-8 Gavi-
lan Area. Tel Balboa 2690.

FUR COAT FOR SALE: —-S berian
Squirrel Paw fur -coat, all-new,
House 51 Ft. Amador. Tel. 83-
3239.

FOR SALE: —Apartment furnitures.
Apply Central Avenue No. 8105,
Apt. 5, Colon:

FOR SALE:—Three room apartment

furniture includin refrigerator,
stove, . radio, od obe, ressing
table, and living-room. Will sell se-
rately, apartment available.
Phone Colon 1062.
FOR SALE: —Doors and windows

standard sizes. Good prices. Call
Juan Pucci, Tel. 41, Co'on.

FOR SALE: —Two 60 cycles 4 horce
electric motors, boy's bicycle: $15

ants. Facilities will be available

The opening of the Panama

for the purchase of bonds and
stamps at the Hotel

The affair has been

quota of $60,000 in

bonds and stamps |

By error, tickets for the al- |

|

given a |
sales cf |

fair specify the admission
charge at $1.00 per person. Actu-
ally, admission per ‘couple
$1.00 and each ticket will
honored for two persons,
spokesman said.

Free Bus Service

Free transportation to -and
from the Hotel Washington for
the rally and dance will be
furnished, it was announced. U,
8. Army headquarters generous- |
ly has provided the committee
with two passenger buses which
will cover Margarita, Old Cris-
tobal and New “Cristobal from
7:00 pm. to 9:00 pun. picking |
up all persons who plan to
tend. ‘From 11:00 p.m. to
night the buses will be
able for return trips

Both vehicles will carry »ro-
minent signs identifying them |
as the “victory bond rally and
dance buses.”

18
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LOCAL “QUOTATIONS

Alfareria Naciona
Anango & Lyons 00 -

Clay Produce v 40
Fa. Panamena de Pintura . uo -— ’

General de Segur 6
Hipica Nacional 18 {
International lasurance 5 ol
Investors Seryice (
Lefevre, §

Mejores Invers
National Brewery
Panama Cement ( 1) a
Panama Coca Cola Bor Co :
Fan. de Aceites . 1
Pan. Amer. Orange
Crush ( Pref . 35
Amer Orange
« Crush Con L 30
Panama Powter & Light |
Taca Airways,’ S A 1
Tierras del !
Chagres, S. A
Tierras del .
Chagres, S

Pan

£9
1¢

—

A

100
Whisky

100

‘, 5% Solito, House 71-A, between
Â¥, J

~~ LA 2 .

i

NOTE: The above Quotations. gre su lied b
INVESTORS SERVICE CORPORA TION, !

Canal, ‘ Arango said, brought

(great prosperity to the Repub

lic bu. “it also created many

ny
economic problems which are
bound © to exist in a country
situated so close to a gqvern-
meént-controlled economy

Mr. Arango made reference
[to th: competition assertedly
offered Panama merchants by
Army ond Navy stores and Pa-

nama Canal Commigssaries when

he said: "The U.S. commissary
stores, the Panama Raiiroad
and tue Post Exchanges all
pose sorious problems to the |
national economy of Panama,
A lot can be sald tor both
sides, rut none of these prob-

lems is of such complexity. and
magnitude that a solution can-

not be found if real good will
and friendship is applied to
both parties. It is inconceivable
to believe that the United
States * the higgest seller 0f
gouds th» Panama would want
to see a good customer snank-
|rupt, oc. thay oanama would
| want to. deprive US.’ citizens,
living. on the Canal Zone, “voi
their ‘ust desire for a nigher
standard of living

The speaker also urged fair
immigration laws and the leli-

mination of all nationalism and
racial discrimination “so harm-=
ful anc foreign to a truly mo-
dern and democratic stale.”

Attlee To Tell
Commons Of US

(Continued from rage

) 8)

when the government presents
a bill to ratify ‘the Bretton
Woods monetary agreemefit. This
must be ratified before Dec 31
and it will be necessary for the
bill to pass through all of its
parliamentary stages, before
parliament rises for its Christ-
mas recess.

will not be required to pay in-
terest in the years when she has
an adverse balance of trade. An
impartial board will determine
when this applies.

The United States reportedly
pressed hard for liberalization
of British Empire trade restric-

tions, during the negotiations: |
The Datly Herald said that one |

| condition fo the final agiee-
| ment was that Britain will sup-
(port a plan for a world trade
conference in London next
| March to obtain general inter-
{ national reduction of trade bar-
riers

Franco-Russian
Ties Reinforced

(Continued From rage 1)

| closer to the German commbhn-
{ity than they were in 1919
[ might take mo
According to France's thesis
{the Rhinelanders, when pared
from the Reich, should decide
| their own fate. But what would

| their stalus be if they decided,

| contrary to French hopes, to re-
main part of Germany?

i There is 3 major and obvious |

| difference between the way Rus-
sia and its eastern allies fixed
{the fate of the Silesians and
| Eastern’ Prussians, and the pro-
blems of western Germany.
Russia at feast knew what to
i do with the ‘population in their
zone of occupation. But Franco
is much” less clear
future fate of
along the, Rhine,

REVUE

Te Fomoyr

or Kanveay Cive

Pasamary Fruper

The loan agreement was ex-
pected to receive a certain

nths if not years, |

about the |
its neighbors |

â„¢

J. C. MEHAFFEY

Governor,”

‘Obstacles To China

‘Accord Stem From

(Continued From iage 1)

the news by radio that Hurley
( would demand a congressional

| Investigation in China, the hope !

was expressed here that
| reveal his five-poin program
and the story of its coll

apse
This was considered hy neu-
tral observers gs the last hope

beccming a full wa

The Communists, though
sisting the entry of
{ tionalist troops, deny t}
| Are relessionists, They cite
no separate goyernment
been created among the
border r2gions which are still
( united onlv by the Communist
party itself,

|

to prevent a half civil war from
re-

the Na-

at they

that

had

We're open

‘EVENINGS
"Q P.M.

UNTIL CHRISTMAS

TAHITI

The Jewelry Siore
1Â¥ Central Ave.

various |

it would |

‘tion will be on.an- equitable and

Office For USA
Surplus Sales

(Continued From rage 1)

whizh
parts of

Kidd explained.
we have
plus on
assured

surplus now exists in
the world.” Mr. |
“Not only do
huge amounts of sur- |
hand, but we must be |
that sale and distribu-
fair basis, and wil} not dislocate
economies of countries where
purchases are made,”
Mr. Kidd explained that for |
the present only ingomplete in- |

surplus items are ready for dis-
pesal, Detailed information must
await complete inventories in
each world theater. In the
meantime, interested purchasers
requested to write to the
Foreign Liguidation Commis-
signer, Quarry Heights. Panama
Canal Zone, listing their re-

dre

RADIAL SAW

With 3 HP. motor, 3450 R.P.
M. 60 cycles, 220 volts,
3 phase,

ful weight. :

...drink it every day.

...Ard when baby arrives he shall have
mother 4nd dad can provide...and his fe ;
made with Klim. Mother has already learned that babics
who require artificial, feeding, thrive on Klim. It's 2
easy to digest, keeps babies gaining l{irm flesh

the best thas
edings will Le

healin-

Meanwhile, mother, during the prenatal period, you
yourself will benefit by drinking Klim regularly each
day. It is refreshing, fresh-tasting milk t

at provides

the extra calcium and other important elements your
system requires through the months when one must
supply nourishment for two. Buy a tin of Klim today

WHAT KLIM
ACTUALLY IS

|
A valuable machine for
your shop.

Ricardo A. Miro, ||
$4...

hil 1
“We sell more because we
«serve better”.

Calle 16 Este, No. 4 - Tel. No. §
Panama, RP,

Klim ls pure,
cow's milk
PAY
been extracted.
To restore
form simply add water,

SAFE WHOLESALE MILK
Corp. Berden Co. Intellectual Property

Reserved,

fresh
from
hich the water hae
Nothing added.
it to its origins!

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1945 |
Have You A Problem? Consult

MARY HAWORTHS MALL

DEAR MARY HAWORTH: I am
30 years old, a mid-westerner
and a university graduate, 1
worked my way through schoo

gnd have had my own small
business for seven years --
since college. During this

seven-year period I have saved
money each week to be used to
buy a home, As my tastes arc
conservative, my average sav-
ings were about $20 a week,
which means I now have seven
thousand dollars set aside.
My problem concerns a young
lady, 25, who comes from New
England, one of ga family of 11
children. Her family had a dif-
ficuit time during the depres-
sion years and she has worked
since she was 17, Bhe is em-
ployed here and lives in a rent-

man who can sand always will
provide for her (and their chil-
dren) comfortably. And of
course she intends to be a de-
voted, satisfactory heipmeet (0
him,

The fact that you rate her
just about perfect — except for
immoderate spending -— Ssug-
gests that her outlay on self-
romotion eventually will, bring
er the results intended, And
in all probability when he
shoestring investment pays off,
she will cheerfully accommo-
date herself to her husband's
financial means and financigl
views — provided the latter
would seem reasonable to an)
disinterested party. This I infer
from your description of her
as a completely unselfish per-

ed room. 8he has no insurance, | SON.

10 bonds and no cash, although

she does have a fine library
and very many nice clothes
in excellent taste.

We have known each other
for six months, having met
through a young people's or-
ganization to which we both

belong. We_see each other very | :
| thing else agmin., Your pursuit

often, wsually in the company
of others. Neither one of us ar-
gues or nags and we have ne-
ver had a cross word. She Is
completely unselfish and sweet,
but what concerns me is the
difference in our economic vai-
ues

She Borrows
To Pay Taxes

Examp.ge 1 She gave me a

very {ine gift, a hand-tooled
leather belt, which must have |
cost about §15 I believe i:
would have been more. appro-

priate to spend about $2 tor

Exapmle 2 When 1 learned
that she was going to Rorrov
money from a loan company to
pay her taxes, I insisted she
borroy the money from me
She is .paying me back grad-
ually. She makes about $225 a

month, I make about 25 percent
more

Could we get along amiably
on a permanent basis with that

| of stinginess —

|

His Frugality
Suggests Fear

But whether you could re-
frain from being unpleasant
‘with her — or, indeed, with any
girl you might take to wife -
on the score of money, is some-

of security is typically mascu-
line; but with such remarka-
ble emphasis on hoarding, "how-
ever, as to suggest that you are
afraid of life in the findl ana-
lysis, and may never feel you
have enough dollars put aside
to make you safe against sur-
prise attacks from fate

Your passion for thrift, which
makes you look gskance even
at the girl's exuberant gift, be-
cause of its cost, is a trait to
carefully watch and
modify, as you advance in pros-
perity, if the virtue of frugali-
ty is not to become the vice
to make you &
thorn in the side of any
pendents you might acquire,

While there is life, there is
hope — we pray! — of contin-
uously revising character (com-

THE PANAMA AMERICAN — AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER a

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heroically |

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de- |

posed of habits) for the better. |

And I should like to think that

| you, at 30, and this girl, at 23,

difference? I have not broach- |

ed the subject to her because
1 believe in being natural, and
if she changed I would want it
to be of her own accord not
a change or pretended ohange
just to impress me. In all other

respects she is perfect — well
mannered, well read; likeable,
friendly and sincere. 8he has

a heart. gs big as a house, She
would make some man
fect wife. Am 1 that
feel 1 would be @ good hus
band to her: but I wonder ii
our sole difference would cause
me to be unpleasant to her
times? :
H.4,
She Has Purpose

In Her Spending

DEAR H. G.: II seems, from
the picture you paint, that buln
of you are extremists of op-
posite extreme in handling
money. And yet both of. vou
are working toward the same
objective, social security; and
doubtless both of vou wi! ¢
chieve it more or less as plan-
ned. -

To explain: I am

sure

girl is spending up to the hiit |

as she goes for the purpose oli
making herself pleasing
appearance, endearing in man-
ner, to men because she

forecees social security for her- |

a per-|
man? |

|

|

are capable of
your “sole difference” in res-
pect of mongy--t0 your mutual
%dvantage. But to inform your-

self on the chances of that.
{| you must boldly explore the
question with her,
M.H

Mary Haworth counsels
through her column: net bv
mail or personal interview.
| White her in care of Panama
American, Box 134, Panama,

|

|

Col. J. H. Burgess

“| Leaves Tomorrow

For States Duty

Lieutenant Colonel Joseph H

Burgess, £oecial Assistant to the |

Chief of the Washington Office
of The Panama Canal, who has
been on the Isthmus on special
assignment for the past few
weeks, will leave by plane Thurs-
day to return to duty in the
States.

Colonel Byrgess, who was for-
merly Assistant Dirgetor of Per-
sonnel, has been assigned to re-

the | cruitment duty with the Wash-

ington Office for the past year,
most of his work heing in Wash-

in| ington and New York.

Rockefeller Gives

self .in terms of marriage 10 a | Million Dollars :

Rheumatism and
Backache Gone

Flush Kidneys With Cystex
and You'll Fea! Fing

Cystex—the prescription of a fa-
Imous doctor—hglps all troubles
| dye to faulty kidney action in douvle.

guick time, ‘so, i you suffer from
| Rheumatism, Sciatica, Neuritis, Lum-
bake, Ha kache, Nervousness, Leg
| Pains, Dizziness, Circles under Eyes,
i frequent Headaches and Colds, Poor
Energy and Appetite, Puffy Ankles
Burning, Smarting Passages, or have
| frequently to Get up Nights, go to
your chemist today for Cystex and
{be fit and well soon. :
Cystex Helps Nature 3: Ways
‘The Crgtex treatment 1s “highly
scientific, being specially compounded
Ito soothe, tone{dnd clean. raw, sore,
I sick kidneys and bladder and to re-
move acids and poisons from your
,8ystem safely, quickly and surely,
Yet contains no harsh, harmful or
dangerous drugs. Cystex works in
thesg 2 ways to end your troubles —
(1) Btarts fighting the germs which
attacking your kidneys, Blad-
er and urihary system in fwo
hours, yet is absolutely harmless
to human tissue,

Helps to get rid of health-destroy-
ing, deadly poispnous acids with

whieh your systém has becbme
gh turated.
(2) Helps to strengthen gnd rein-

vigorate the kidheys, protect you
from the ravages of disease-at-
tack on the defivate filter organ-
ime. apd stimulate entire system.

9 Weeks in Hospital—
Now Well

*1 have suffered for fue years with Kid-
ney and Bladder trouble, also Rheumatic
paling gnd Stig Joints, I was not able to
raise my arms end spent ning weeks in a
hosgpital.- They said | would not be able to
work, but afler OCystex J feel years
wounger, well and strong.” (8gd.) J. A. F.

Health Improved in 2 Days

“I had not felt really well for ages and
suffered continually from backgches gnd
hegdaches. I had tried almost everything
but I-eotld not get lasting relief. Finall
! feciged to give Cystez g trial, and wis
4 had tried il long ego and saved myself
much pein and ezpenge. It has improved
my health more in 2 or 3 days than gther
things have done jor monihs.”—Mrs. B.

Guaranteed to Put You Right
or Money Back

Get Cystex from your chemist e-
day. Give it & thorough test. Cystex Is
’ guaranteed to make
you feel younger,
stronger, better in
every way, and to be
well goon pr your.
money back if you
return the empty
package. Act nowl

ystex 5x:

ThoGUARANTEED Remedy RHEUMATISN

For Church Work

NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (UP).— A

$1.000,000 gift by John D: Rocke-

feller to friends of the World
Council of Churches, Inc. to
help finance ‘religious recons-
truction in stricken European
countries” was announced yes-
terday by the Council's general
secretary, Dr. Henry 8mith
Leaper.

The money is to be expended
at-once. Leaper sald that a large
portion would go to a projected
institute at Geneva to train lay
and ministerial’ leaders,

Caballero Brandy
Bpain's Finest Cofiae
$3.25 a Bot.

DURAN’S
Tel.—426

harmonizing |

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radio y YESTIOAL .
personality in ETE |
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11 Islands off dan RIAL R
Gracce GShe Likes 0 9 gailies of 43 German river,
3 Sonsumed Witt troops : «4 Buddhistic |
food Wit ¢
14 Bestows : ign ce 24 Woody plants : language
Palm lil 26 Frighten 45 Preposition
18 One : Farnese 28 Sailor 46 Editor (ab)
14 Weaken 10 Begin 30 Greek letter 47 Fabulous
20 Hen products 13 Requires 33 Defensive birds
¢1 Ran 13 On the ocean ditch 49 Smelt
22 Symbol for 15 Symbol for 34 Anxious 51 Fish
erbium silver 36 Pertaining to 52 Rodent
23 Size of shot 17 Redact a node $8 Virginia (ab.)
25 Thus 19 Raw materials 37 Snare $7 Sun god
26 The gods r
27 Perfume
20 Wave top
$1 Mimic
82 Coin
$3 European ,
blackbird 7
36 Laughing |
38 On gecount f
(ab.) soa). iit '
39 Electrical uni La
40 Eye (Scot.) a : {
41 Either
42 Eras
44 Boek
48 Alkaline
compound . eo | S
50 Scatter 73
51 Frankness
53 Dip slightly
54 Rebellion
56 Christmas
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FIRING NOTICE | The danger ares Ls bound on

Practice firing on the Pacific
side by units of the Coast Artil-
lery Command will be held De-

cember 15, 22 and

29, between
7 a.m. and noon, it is announced
at Headquarters Panama Canal
Department gt Quarry Heights.

| the

left by a line from Vigue

Point to northern end of Tabo- |
guilla Island; "on the right by & |

Jing from Vigue Point to a point

1000 yards southeast from Va-
quita Point and seaward: a |
distance of 12,000 yards from |

Vigue Point,

Wo

\ nue, Colon.

A a a a i

SILK STOCKINGS ARE
MUCH IN DEMAND IN THE U.S.A.!

“Again I would like you to
send me to.the above address
three dozen pairs of silk stock

W

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COLON

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(COOPERATIVA FURNITURE STORE)

| LA MUEBLERIA OOPERATIVA

Takes this opportunity to inform their
distinguished clientele and the general pub- ||
lic that they have opened a new store at |
the corner of 11th St. and Melendez Ave- |

Don’t forget that our Furni-

ture Club is « genuine guarantee, |
|

|

‘(Excerpt from letter of November 15th.
from one of our U.S, customers, We will
produce it on demand?)

WE GET REPEAT ORDERS BECAUSE
OF THE SUPERIOR QUALITY OF OUR
PURE SILK STOCKINGS! :

~ SLI5a pair
Guaranteed fresh stocks!

THE FRENCH BAZAAR

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PETRONIO
The Tailor Shop that offers full satisfaction or money back

PETR ON | Q = “J” St, No. 10, Panama °

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ALL RUM DRINKS
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Gorgas Hospital
Changes Hours Of
Out-Patient Clinic

directory and copies furnished
all telephone subscribers, |

A complete
out-patient clinic hours at Gor-
gas Hospital
the changes
next Monday, It was announced
Wednesday al the Health
partment,

Copies of the new
have been furnished all dispen-
saries on the Pacific
persons interested should
sult these schedules, it was sta-
ted. Copies have also been fur-|
nished
hospitals,

Because
changes in the clinic hours, pa-|
tients
obtain
opening
they will
the hospital,

later
ment

The Complete schedule will 124 Central Ave. and 80" Street
ye inted in a supple-
to hy ee i BEA | R A D | (9) C E N T E R- 0 1 on.

revision” in the

has been made,
to be effective | 8

De- |

CARDS

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schedule

and |
con

side

MAIL YOURS TODAY

Army authorities and |

of the numerous!
have been reauested ti
information about the
hours of the clinjes

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LEWIS SERVICE INC.

> Silver identification bracelets
PD, Picture frames
cocktail forks
souvenir Spoons
® Solid Gold Baby Rings
¢ Masonic Emblems
’ l 4 \ A Silver Friendship rings
4 > nN : Silver place card holders
\/ napkin rings
0 salt dishes
pepper & salt shakers
: mm * tea and coffee spoons
butter knives
pickle forks
corn holders
anklets . {
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Goldfilled crosses and ¢hains

3 Lockets and chains ...... i
Watch - Bracelets, also stainless steel
Silver Bracelets, pins, rings

Necklaces, earrings

Ladies’ necklaces
Men's pocket watch chains, goldfilled
Men's fey chains, goldfilled.
Gold - & goldfilled earrings @
Solid gold wedding rings
Solid gold crosses with chains
Goldfilled tie clip & collar piri sets
Mexican jade jewelry
Silver goblets

* Highball tumblers
Whiskey tumblers
* Bread & butter plates

Goldfilled necklaces with stones : Baby cups .
Goldfilled pins with stones . necklaces
Rich assortment of Rosaries : Ashtrays
Goldfilled lockers with chains . Dinngr bells
crosses with chains Bottle openers
" bracelets " Flower Vases
n Insignia Lockets " Paper weights ;
" Insignia Bracelets : Bracelets
Ladies solid gold birthstone rings - Létter Openers ;
Salid gold anklets Silver & goldfilled Lapel Pins
Men's solid gold tie clips Solid gold baby bracelets
Solid gold charms for bracelets Solid Gold baby necklaces p
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Lapel Lockers
Rosaries

Solid gold birthstone rings for him and for her
Solid gold identification braceless for ladies
Earrings 1
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4 ; Silver plates
Flower vases
Picture frames
Bracelets

" Necklaces
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lar gest selections of Diamonds, Waiches, Jewelry and Sterling Silver on
the Isthmus and your inspection is cordially invited. og

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to b hol oe i !
dof the Masinord WALGO NIGHT with $130.00
Fh : in Cash Prizes!
Paul MUNI, in
SCARFACE
Leslie BANKS, in
{8 Hou RS

THEATRE \

\ Always the best pictures!

TORAY

Metro's

Joan CRAWFORD, in

|- Prices: .25 and .15 LAST ADVENTURE OF
gd TODAY MRS. CHAWNEY
Pit O'Brien - Geors ce Murphy Don AMECHLE
: Rosalind R1 SSELL, in
EAE NAVY CoS FEMININE TOUCH |
THROUGH — CC —
Anne Shirley - Edw. Ellis, in §!
CARER BOLIVAR
And at 53 and 9 pm Continuot hows {ro
WAHOO! 10am. to 10:30 pm.
Gold Prize: $160.00

TODAY! ‘Tw Picture

TO M( Rabort TAYLOR, in

ROW |

C NC Dlice
A colossal triple program ior SONG 01 Rl SSIA
the Benefit of the Employ ces! Vickey ROONLY, in

James Cagnev, in YOUNG OM EDISON
OKLAHOMA KID :
TOMORROW
John Garfield - Maureen ITiple Program
: O'Hara, in Sar
FALLEN SPARROW rie pi
HEROES IN BLUE
£55 INVISIBLE GHOST
Dick Powell - Mary Martin and WAHOO NIGHT
Betty Hutton, in with $340.00

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HAPPY GO LUCKY

EVERYTHING IS READY NOW... IT WILL BE
at the CARIBE THEATRE —
[UESDAY, DEC. 11, 1045

The entire personnel of the Stella Boggs Daneing

School in ‘their great presentation of

“PANAMERICANA BALLET”

A show you will tong remember!

Buy your tickets now.

THE SONG OF BERNADETTE

JENNIFER JONES --
William Eythe

Lee J. Cobb

CHARLES BICKFORD

‘Vincent Price

(iladys Cooper

ur RAINES

TODAY at the

A \VOMARN IN

SALIND

IN WARNERS'

ROUGHLY

Directed by

with
ROBERT HUTTON + JEANS
ANDREA KING * Screen Piay by |

ULLIVAN

Mu

ATLANTIC CI

ATLANTIC

A BOOK IN A GENERATIO?
A MILLION

RUSSELL

with JACK CARSON

SPEAKING %

MICHAEL CURTIZ
+ ALAN HALE
wise Kandall Pierson
Composed and Adupled by Max Stew

RCUI'
Air-

Conditione

d

DONALD WOODS

From hee Book Roughly Spsaking ’

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STELLA BOGGS presents at the
CARIBE THEATRE

NEXT 3 PM.

PANAMERICANA BALLET”

with the members of her dancing school.

TUESDAY NIGHT AT

A RR Rr Ra.
NOW! cia LUX

Conditioned

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Broadway.

Ln ea

ame home to

= Yrene

DUNNE

Alexander Chtrles «0

KNOX COBURN:
OVER bf

SIDNEY BUCHMAN : G ag
Production > &

*\ Cupid anymore...
Now | hate
everyone!” ;

CARIBE |...

COLON

10:00 a.m. to

10:45 p.ny.

CHARLES X.
FELDMAN
Presents

- % .

THE STRANGE AFFAIR 0)

Chapters 13 and 14 of
[HE BLACK ARROW

- and =

GLAMOUR FOR SALE

with: Roger Pryor and

Anita Louise

[iv Double Program

- with =
SADDLE LEATHER
LAW
with: Charles Starrett
Vi Athens

RADIO'S MAMMOTH MI RTH-CAPADE a
DALLES THE SCREENL..

TOMORROW.

The Song of Bernadette

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STRAND

10: 00=k.rr to 10:45 p.

ceratoine FITZGERALD:

SARA ALLGOOD HARRY VON ZELL
A UNIVERSAL PICTURE
Produced by JOAN HARRISON
Executive Producer, MILTON H FELD
Screengiay by Stephen Longstreet « -Adaptit by
Dir ected by ROBERT S'ODMAK who gave you

“The Susoect” and “Christmas Ho!

with:

In

CHINA CLIPPER

Humphrey
Pat O'Brien

Bogart

BRITISH
INTELLIGENCE
with: Boris: Karloff
Margaret Lindsay
- A -

Warner's Program

Double Program with -

| PRICES

“APPOINTMENT FOR LOVE”

Gem

TET )

THEATRE \
Prices 25 & 10e i
From 10 am to 10 30 pm

“HISTORIA DE UN GRAN,
. AMOR”

fom VU aw

5, & 10¢ fe v:30 pup

with Charles Boyer
“DEAD MAN'S EYES"

with Lon Chaney
$100:60 ...... . at

- and - fs
“EL JEFE MAXIMO”

t 5 pm. y
$100.00 t 0 pm. = TOMORROW!
TORRAW “ASI SE QUIERE EN
TOMORROW JALISCO”

“AYUDAME A VIVIR”
(In Spanish)

SATURAY!
“FLYING CADETS”
“SILENT WITNESS”

“STRANGE DEATH OF

“BLACK ARROW"
(Chapters 11 - 12)
- Ds. - .

Yat i

‘THE WOLF MEE TS A LADY’

- also -¢

XFICTORIA|

“DEAD MAN'S EYES” ADOLF HITLER”

L GLENN VERNON * LAWRENCE TIERNEY 790

Directed by LEWIS ALLEN +

and introducing BILL WILLIAMS
Produced by BERT GRANET
Screen play by Jerome Chodorov

'ALBOA
Bob
HOPE

in Par

“LOUIS

Thurs.: 6:15 & 8:10
Vera
. ZORINA
amoun Color ret

LANA PURCHASE”

DIABLO

Thurs.
:15 & 8:10

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BARRY

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What crooni

Hollywood gives its all.

MARJORIE REYNOLDS §
BARRY SULLIVAN
and Archie (Himself)

ED GARDNER

—. Charles (fimnsgor
Eddie [tddie he Waiter,

Ann | Mis Dy
and Robert Benchley 2
Willlam Demarest =

Lo

* Gary, Philip, Dennis

HEIGHTS Theater

- Fri. - Sat.

in’) What struttin'!

What deluscious pin-ups!

FITZGERALD
CASS DALEY &
DIANA LYNN §
CTOR MOORE

with

Cantor

Green ¥

#,) Thema

Howard da Silva
Billy De Wolfe
Walter Abel
Johnny Coy
Miriam Franklin
Olge San Juan

end Lin Crosby
Directed by
Nal Walker

Besed on
Charactory

Y erecteq
£4 brie
Cordne,

Thurs, - Fri. 6:15 &

Jack CARSON

In Warner Bros

“ROUGHLY

COCOLI

Rosalind RUSSELL

'SPEAKING”

PEDRO MIGUEL
Thurs, - ri.

8:30 I 1 “RHAPSODY IN BLUE”
Robert = wah Joan
ALDA * LESLIE

Tp

m.

‘GAMBOA
Thurs. - Fri. Tp
James CAGNEY
Srivia SIDNEY

Jam,

“BLOOD ON THE SUN”

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GATUN

Thurs. Fri.
6:15 & 8:20

Fred Allen
Jack Beénny

- in =

MIT'S IN
THE BAG”

MARGARITA

Th ursday
6:15 &_ 8:00

Paul Muni

Thursday

Marguerite ;
Chapman In Musical
: return

- in =

“COUNTER. | =} ‘DOWN

ATTACK”

CRISTOBAL

6:30 & 8:25

Betty Grable
Don Ameche

| ARGENTINE
WAY”

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f oxveen., Thi ew para hte the pack open the cano - »
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down to” breat "FRIDAY A 4 he GUARAN TEED FOREVER! all PANAMA CANAL CLUBHOUSES |
peen eveaied : 4 ————————— po Ar Pe I
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thelthts up to 40000 te “ Juan Paiametry wl ANCON COMMUNITY - Theater
poreibie ejection fre ol
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THURSDAY. DECEMBER

6. 1945

THE PANAMA AMERICAN — AN INDEPENDENT DATL,V NEWSPAPER

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PACIFIC SOCIAL NOTES

Synthetic Rubber

| Ors BOARDING HOUSE with MAJOR HOO!’

" { no! =) UGHTFUL
By Mrs KENNETH NEWLAND S r lus Indicated EGAD, TWIGES / YOU APPEAR. Yous RE AS Tue: He,
,.0x v6 Balboa Heights, C.Z. — Telephone Balboa 1336 (5-7 pm.) u p WARN Ne AEM ATELY b TEACHER THE CHICKEN
" THAT PALL IN YOU :
. : Sottis! By Plant Disposal CHEEKS (1S THE PRICE OF POX eT SER ie LIS
Visiting Red Cross Supervisor thirty o'clock at the Scottish NEW YORK, Dec. 6 (UP LOLLING INDOORS fs YOU IN YOUR POCK -— A
To Be Honored A ‘t'Open | Rite Temple in Balboa. The Journal of Commerce re NEED A BRISK SPOT OF GROCERIES, MEAT, yp Hoes
. “3 3 q y | - o— U » .
House” Saturday in Balboa ported yesterday that industiy | |EXERCISE IN THE OPEN REPAIRED, AND MOREL.
Miss Antoinette Hardisty of | Art League to Hear om oo 60 FOR. LAUNDRY. ~~ OH ,W
; iss AnW @. 4d inL, tI Tok ‘on Adask authorities claim a, temporary, | « LET'S BOTH 60 ALONG AND
Washington, D.C., supervisor o | : Babb glut exists In the synthe'lc rub- || A CASUAL STROLL! yo! TLL
{ operations The regular meeting of the oie " . ADMINISTER. THE
insular and foreign 0] | ber ‘market In thé United | bey a pH
of the American Red Cross, wiil| Canal Zone Art League will be | go, 0 | i 1 PULMOTOR :
be a visitor here this week held Wednesday evening, De-| |
The Balboa Chapter of the | cember 12, at 8 o'clock in Room It added that the situation
American Red Cross will honor | No. 1, Balboa-Amador Road | was disclosed by the Recon-
Mics Hardisty at an “open U.S.O. Club, Balboa, struction Finance Corporation's
house” to be held Saturday af-| Th& special speaker for the | closure of three oll refineries
ternoon of this week from four | evening is Private James Mor- | devoted to synthetic production
: to six o'clock at the Chapter | 'ow who will talk on Alaska | and also the complete aban-
H use 710-X Morgan Avenue with particular reference to the donment of all production ol
Balboa All ‘Red Cross workers | artist's viewpoint, Private Mor | butadiene from alcohol,
are invited to be present An | rou who served ith whe Any i The latter was abandoned
] invitation is extended especloi- | ap any aon 38 a ; yy because the cost is almost three
ly to all those who helped in| DAs oi SOl¢ > i er ol Eo | times that for obtaining buta-
the redeployment, as well as Soa Anes of Alas Ral} SCE i. HC diene from petroleum. The al-
to all corps members. Those ot Ins prepared dri chal man oi} eohol plants originally cost
tending the affair are asked to the territory and will display it | more than $117,000,000 to build.
wear their Red Cross uniforms. | at Wednesday's meeting. Some experts predict that the |
v Membrs of the League are | petroleum butadiene plants
Zl vited to bring any non-meni= | may be re-opened abor dif-
Mr. Obarrio Returns m may be re-opened if labor di NH x
From the United States bar friends or acquaintance 5 | ficulties slow the handling ol el GE
Mr. Enrique A. de Obarrio, | Who are interested In art ac-| natural rubber next year in the TWIGES THE -
Comntroller General of Pana-| Hvities, | Far East. . MHEANY BUNDLES= !
ma, has returned from a trip to A + SE ——— 29 -
. 3 Bridg 4 = :
the United States. ae Winners mian [lorists ———
I'he winners of the Ancon-
ob ’ oii Balboa ‘Bridge Club's duplicate >
Mrs, Stich To Visit ¥ 8 : lca Famed Eye Surgeon Ja 1 We t Ww
Parents and Sister | contrat bride tournament {Expected Here al est nian € orc € t
Dil : re | Played Monday evening at the | ’ i
Mrs. John Dillon Stich, wife | Pia: 1 | Dr. Ramon castrovieio we! . F tu . 'N 1 ¥ ¥
| of Lt. Cdr. Stich. USN. is ex-| Diab \ lubhouse were Mrs. | known eve surgeon 2 New For alilre To els 9 ear
ants ‘vit / Mey. | Maddock and Mr. North Mr.lverk OC hii ‘ | ~ . .
pected to arrive here from Mex- | ° Mr. York City, is expected to S F | 30 D | J |
| ico City about December 20 and Mrs. Davis, Mr. and Mrs. |pjye here December 16 ‘from up ort ami avs In Jal
Rowen, and VN p
| She will spend the holidays | Mrs “’ 3 he Mrs. Makibben and |Lima 0: a clipper tour of L¢- | Ralph Belgrave, young Wes Six'o Renteria, 19-year-old
J with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. | ° rs Wil, {tin America. His Itinerary | Indian employed by the Pana-| Panamanian, will snend Christ-
Ora M. Ewing, of Balboa, and for only an overnight ma Air Depot was ordered into! mes in the Cengl Zon» io"
with her brother-in-law and here, as .he is cheduled jail Wednesuay for 10 dayvs|all because he went back to
sister, Mr. and Mrs. Otto G leave December 17 for Me wiien Balboa Magistrate Clar- | the Ancon corral Wiere he
Hausmann, in Bella Vista. Cdr en route to Merida and Hay ence Decker found that he had | emp'oved as a mechanic's hein- |
Stich returned to the United y eamer na | violated terms of a probation | er and stole a $26 welding torch |
States recently from Italy and Dr Castroviejo left Mian impoced la month, ordering | Tvesday night.
spent a recent leave with Mrs A d Pl | November 22 and is goin him to contribute to the sup-| Renteria was apprehended as
g "H ‘OW t far sout S l )s Alre ort thre mi a - > |¢ » corral with the toreh
Sticl fexico » is now Sta- far south as Buenos Aire: port of hi hree minor chil-| he left the corral with
tion Pip ex Ay Rave Sta n ane dren, | fucke d into the top of his trous-
: y C “ u “Cristi Tex 28 Cdr Shipping Warned Br . : ers and hidden under his shirt
por Mo TE ore Ty res Of Floating Gas Cylinder, ‘ Beigrave, 27, was brought in-| ge pleaded guilty and wos
id : 5 P: C1 Bh asia PAA Officials | Warnings have been broad 0 cour 15 on the com- | geritenced to 30 davs after he
Selly of Loni Leave For Colombia cast to all shipping that a | Paint ol his wile, Estelle, who | told the ¢ourt that he was fir t
A study of the possibility large linder of mustard ge: = tha i galled to. pport Foing 15 ye She, torch himsell
; . ot increasing the Uraba Med=ilir is afloat oft the east coast of til nail cil C ren I1I§ Only nit nrobhavly would s¢ it ater
ye, and Mrs Grimes Centro Aercos flights from Me Au lia. T} cylinder 45 “st v ; that had to pa; so that he could have.money to
Visitors Here . . dellin into the Canal Zone (rom {veh feet I three feet n | a k ( bill buy himself sonic clothes.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grimes o_O. 0 fanr wosklv to Ricrvnbbter a “rato s I At tl time imposition of
i heir little daughter, Bar! he present four weekly to : d r anc weighs about a. } : tod
grid y wi Bg gay EOF Bo- or pos:ibly even a daily run. |ton and .a hall, It is painted | 81) Senien py was suspenced
Lyn, arrived uesday from 29° 11s being made in Colombia bv |ereen and MH ed “dangerotis | On the condition that Belgray
» gota, Co.ombia and left today! go." wis officials who left |careo | pay his wile $15 the {fir Be 8 Md on
for Washinglon, DC. where wednesday to spend severa Authorities point out that every month.” When Mrs. >
they will spend the holidavs days in Medellin fanless ‘here yo } vsical on- | Brave appt ared in court Be
with Mr. Grimes’ parents. Mrs i. tay : he cviinGe: I Roald no | stated that she had received no CURBED RAPIDLY
Grimes is the former Miss Pol The officials, James Hon Fara: For. the past {ortmizht money (rom him. Belgrave pro- ‘he new prescription, Mendacs,
| ‘4 trarfi 4 bas . as Wi Huced " {1 w vorsiv cleculutes ough. your blood
ly Perkins, a daughter of AM Sel tion traflic superinter der the American army has been | Gace a po! tal money receint slecufates Yroug) Le A
and Mrs. C. .O. Perkins of Sanr-ifor PAA in the Canal Zone disposing of stocks of raw for $7.50 which he said he hud sthima and Bronchitis, Soon yon will
tiavo. Chile. who lived in Pan- and the UMCA run, and Char- |g nahin rick | mailed his wile, adding that ne | Veathe easily and freely and sles
18 hi I i bes from ‘4 durin neat Brghyans hod. de ; cEray : like u.baby. Mendaco must de youl
ama several yedls aso les Patton, expre and mail lphe cylinders have been di 180 cf idad lo pay part tne food no matter how long you have
Supervisol will be away {rom | ed outside the 100-fathom ny Fist ol the month and part suffered, because It dissolves and re
i thn t { ’ \ : oe a u { | s the mucus an yhieg hat is
Mrs. Hardy Returning the Isthmus for a few day: I mit je Ee Ne hae
From Vacation Trip 5 The Mec ; run wach reer: | The one which is the sub | / ergy, ruining your Louth 8
Mrs. J. Rufus Hardy of San ne center of olombla with iect of the warning was only making you look, and feel, ol
Bia 3 tad | CONT tion ’ ance p - 1 ai Vy "ad MAN TTAN COAC | worn out before your time, Menda:
Juan: Place. Ancon, is exp ad vb DIY ons him Ysa A J y Bo partly 11led ith eas and wa | {IANHATTAN COACH i in BU al it guaranteed
to return early next week from |50la and otne oiomblan bouvant enoueh to float more | . AS | give you free, easy breathing and to
a vacation spent at her former tes, his increased both Il than hree-quarters submerg- | NEW YORK HORE RUS~ | J Oe mvar nut eaves PATS
home in Mississippi. express and passenger loads. lag fe ) turned out irong ge. et Mendace: fron your { h
{ i : {Cae of the express shipment Seton Hall teams for 12 sea Y
Visitor Leaving jcarrled by UMCA 1s resuar | S01 as taken over busket- | Mendaco: Arinies
For Venezuela {shipments of flowers to isth- | ball at Manhattan College. Eads Auhma KX Bronchitis Kk Hay Lover
Mrs. Frank T. Allen is leav- —
ing tomorrow for her home in a
Barcelona, Venezue.a, after a Pentl ies ; Here's a SENSIBLE way
short visit with Mr, and Mrs enthouse 44 to relieve MONTHLY WHA COFFEE! |
Carl P. Hoffman, Jr. Last even- BEAUTY SHOP I FOR LIGHT,
ing Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman ) WHAT FLAVOR |
tertained informally at dinnel H | . | FINE PASTRIES
for their guest : Come There's nothing like Swans
! inkham's Vegetable Co ; | EB
Mrs, Allen stopped here for a ote Leda, E Pinkbu not only to jelieve Suni is always { Down!
few days on her return to Ve 1 |: periodic pain bul ALso accompany 1 elicious! And it's Li
i nezuela from a ‘stay of several Internacional { nervous. oe anetional monthly aise 97% callein-free! ;
i months in Pasadena, Califor ~ VIER Re. Taken regularly—it helps Get itin‘the vac- »
nia. She and Mrs. Hoffman Panama Phone 2623 build up resistence against uch symp. uum jar!
> psf
were sorority sisters at Une toms. Pinkham's Compound he itl —
p 4 2 gure! Follow label directions. Try
University of Minnesota, from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. S
: VEGETABLE anka Voiiee
: Imbkhamly cows
Mr. and Mrs, King for appointment Lydia EP The coffee that lets you sleep |
Arriving Next Week cess
Mr. and Mrs, Charles King |
and their young son, Jimmy,
former residents of Balboa, !
are expected to return to the -
Isthmus next week. They leit J
here about two years ago when |
Mr. King joined the United
Btates Navy. He returned. re-
cently from duty in the South
Pacific. : S *
After Shaving
b Mr, and Mrs. Payne
Move to Curundu
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Payne | a
and their daughter, - Joan a
moved today to their quarters ‘ v1
at Curundu., They have been
‘the house guests of Mrs
i Payne's parents, Mr. and Mrs # »
| A. R. Lombroia at Balboa WwW e
| ' |
H [J Heights, for the past week, € 1S ervic nc.
4 bo " p: (44 .s 3 A
: Election of Officers 124 Central Ave. & 18 j Street / CL wd) 2
{ Friday Evening J 0 Wd pees,
i Orchid Chapter No. 1, OES. | RADIO CENTER = C 1 ney
will hold its annual election of | oion oer 4
: officers at a meetinz to be held X ! WATER /
| tomorrow evening at seven | = 7
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THURSDAY. DECEMBER 86, 1945

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THE BR

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I go to a little bitsy
Filty-1ifth street
Corey, a very funny
Judge of comics. By

1 do not know | 11
his present routine Someti
follows a certain pattern
no matter the situations o
or Willie Howard, or Milton

Yet fellows like Joe E
lay the customers in the al
songs. They do not require si
are great comedians, Moreove
at too much changing of

The public is peculiar in
formers do the thing
deared the actors
Angel some night and
very sore indeed. Anywa
the future great laugl

I will not attempt
funny. His success 'is hi
Another performer might ade
bust. Some comedians cop mat
when they put all the lard
find it less effective than

There is a greater diff !
about who and what is funny
entertainment. Many a ¢
a single snicker from ot}
of my

gccasionall
eh
}
A

om

10W

nother may be fut
or Bert Lahr,

great come

Clark

Same
to 1h

aeliy

1€1
readers on seeing
Runyon has a strange
The development
type of performer. Often
is funny, there is a chon
time,” which is probably tru
around a long time that a com
For years I thought Eddi
mere bits in movies and it
been the same a: of
proclaimed good in his own
tion of the customer
make too many compari

en
4

8)

that

Here lately Eddie, Ji n £
of “The Red Mill” and f the « Omer:
a brand new discovery i funnier now
years ago, though he i
through experig¢nce. In any
own on his own

I do not kno
It is a narrow little gatf i
when the place become
wonderful lather. The
closer together than a
minimum charge, food
the . show, which include foul
Corey. seems to operate on a s
with frequent shows

One of the acts is the
years, three colored felloy
a bull fiddle huge instru
the man plays with his
Joe Louis, Keeps time by
what he is doing

I am going into detail on t
me that it representative
business that was common in
intimate galf dealing chiefly
There are a numbel
mostly on the
Of the other type
show such as Broadway lias
nival is a good exampl
avenue and Is probably the
the cost of
Blue Angel
ingly different

Personally, 1 am ¢
The small “intime" joint
no room stretch your legs
ment with the husband of the
Runyon except when one of them
like
pe

polish

Eddie h

mdaobtediv more (&

» Blue
which the
crowded
tables ar
football

na dArinkgks

wdolin, piano and

a looks like a cell

mandolin el

nead

pia

and obviou

an

is old type

of Prohibition, the

nne

V1
town

tainment and refre

of hments around

NOW east

he big J)
Blail Hew
¢. Thi th ital Hotel on
operation probaly

Vit losses or pi

aimit 1211
to without ri
Ant
happen:

BILL, CUNNINGHAM

Recently, there arrived in this office a letter from an ex-Bos'n
of the US Navy, one Bob Ganley, saybg that he had the b
oculars the famed Capt, Joseph A. Gainard had personally used
when he was skipper of the secret sub-fighter, Fhe Big Horn. The
letter revealed that Capt. Joe had entrusted the glasses to this |
man, when the ship was decommissioned and.the crew broken up
had told him‘to keep them and use them while he was in
fighting, but to return them to me when he returned to civilian
life

Modestly, too
been with him, and
in the Pacific. But
delphia, he'd writ
ne to return to the owner
on the case read Vv

I said here I
1 devoutly hoped
as well as a pair

And the scene
and one of the
the southpaw

PRY
ne

where the glasses had

that included much of the toughest action |
he'd been mustered out now, and from Philu=
ten to say that the glasses were on the way, for
Next day the glasses arrived. The name |
A. Rhee, 875 Hope sireet, Bristol, R. 1.”

didn't know who Mr. V. A. Rhee was. but that

he was alive and well because he had a thrill,

beautiful binoculars, on the wav to him.

now changes to Maine's Poland Sprine House !
annual crab stabbings and collation carnivals of

sod sluggers that used to be u feature
those langourous pre-war summers,

But amongst our loyal brethren was Don Cockburn, a
chemist, a quiet and modest gentleman, who probably will
himself embarassed by even this much public mention. To this
Poland Spring convention. our members were invited to bring |
their families or any friends, and our unexpected guests frequent-
ly proved to be both delightful and distinguished additions to the
party.

Well just before the war I think it was the last one before |
we suspended, which would mean the summer of 1941 pon
Cockburn brought up as his guest a Korean chemist whose name
was Dan Rhee. It developed that “Korean” could stand some deri-
nition. Mr. Rhee was in truth a native Korean born and bred. His
father was a big man in Korea. when the Japs moved in in the
early 20 s and becan to grab everything of value.

I nave forgotten, if I ever heard, the story of the family as'|
a family, but the father managed to get this son, Dan, out to
the United States before the Japs could stop him. He sent him |
to a prep school in Pennsylvania but the family fortune was soon |
seized, or destroyed, and the boy was on his own in this great and
strange lan -

modestly, he then told

febrile ui
local |
feel

ye land.
That didn’t stop

hi
nam,

nor even slow him. He worked his way |
through that school, establishing himself in the process as a
brilliant student, and matriculated into Brown University from
which was graduated in 1928, and by the time Cockburn
brought him up to our affair, he was such an outstanding chemist |
in the field of rubber, that he was lecturing at such institutions
as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Came the stunning smash of Pearl Harbor. and the prompt
order from the government that all aliens turn in their radios.
binoculars and Similar things. It just chanced that this set of
binoculars was very dear to the hearts of both Dan Rhee and his
wife. Mrs. Rhee. an American.
teacher, her present portiolio

he

being with Brooklyn Polvtechnic

High. Like John Kieran, they're disciples of the marvels of nature |
used these glasses on hikes and such in the study of |

and they
bird life.
They were as much hers, as his. and that went

fi
? for many
things they shared in common. Such thing

| Exchano
I limited
{ and

{ Exchan

| boomed,

[ found out what

| chants a
{ merchandise,

was and is a New York City school |

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“Jun-Yer-r-r! It’s Time to Come Home, Now

.

Mail Box

The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama American
Letters are received gratefully and will be handled in a wholiy confidential
manncr

Ii you contribute a letter — don’t be impatient if
They will be published in the order received
Please try and keep the letters limited (0 one page
Writers’ identities a e held in strictest confidence
This is YOUR forum the readers’ own column

it doesn’t appear the

next cay

THE ISSUE WAXES HOT |

open
regula
They will fur-

hanges, whose
0 read
mrechandise to
at

purc

prices,”
at the

reasonable

direct

mnneil
Lo nase
wholesaler Oo
2 percent
depend-
This
more times than
he manulacturer
sed on to the con
l retailer usually
JU to 40 percent
depending on
sed to the con
when the custom
from 100 percent
more for the iten
manufacturer sells tl
he is the one who
tC Kick about unfair

51011

em

the
is pa on I
S0
to pay
ercent
the 18
furnished or,
5 whose customer ec;
to’ Servict Persont { tactics.
authorized War Depart- I am employed by a Post Ex-
ment Employees change. I'm a Panamanian by
All merchandise sold in Post | birth. I've worked both in Pan-
es was former] -| ama and in the Zone, and I can
from lo | assure you of this: Wages on
of the | the Zone are higher, working
rose. conditions much more pleasant
markups soared and agreeable, Hundreds of
in many cases such as wate!
and jewelry the markup reach-
ed 300 percent
The Exchanges

tion as

fied

chased
As the
here - prices

ci7e
ines

until |
ves |

[ Exchanes and to curtail the
| Post Exchange would: injure
more people who need the mo-
ney. a lot more than it wouid

when they
merchan-
he source
locol mer- althy.
their
mer-
forest

and re-

the
vt 1
at {i

t
the
)

rice

dise actually cos
oifered to pay

fair i
but the
chants couldn't the
on account of the trees

for competition will not
the cause of the woes
local merchants,

| Why dont’ the Panama mer-

see

Vonnie. That's the why of the “V
es were legally safe, and so was their hooby

Her name ls
glas

ed in her name,
A, Rhee.” So the

chants
the future of Panama organize |

who are interested In
Better Business Bureau with
enough to compel al

to. operate on ethi-

a
power
liercnants

! cal principles?

Merchandise should be plain-
ly priced, marked so that all

customers pay alike for similar |

items Competition should be
p.aced on a high level so that
every merchant has an equal

| to that title through his ability

|

military |

"| the right prices, when the cus-

Qo

to Il quality merchandise at
tomer wants it.

In spite of their protests,
many merchants have close re-
latives working on the Zone

| not because they need the mo-

| while the one that
| sand

i house

ney but because they want the
post exchange and commissary
privileges, Therefor, they must
not be in agreement themselves
with the prices their merchan-
dise sells or they would pa-
tronize other

For
10!

each and

the, Zone

1 believe
built

that was
standing
was built on
the Pana-
clean their
get down to

house

Stil

the
on stone is
tone. Will
merchants
house of sand and
the stone?
Let the
in

is

manijan

get their
then if

merchants
order and

| they are treated unfairly, their

| Panamanians work for the Post |

the.few who have become !

complaints will be justified and
I'm sure the government of the
United States will cooperate
with them and satisfaction will
be secured for all concerned.
Panamanian PX Employee

THE MIDDLE ROAD

To MAIL BOX
PANAMA AMERICA.

You had an article in your
paper saying that Panama
merchants were complaining of
competition from the Post E:-
changes,

I live ‘in ‘the
unfortunately,

and,
neither

Republic
have

{ Commissary nor Post Exchaneoe
| privileges but I sav to anyone

itl

who can buy in e
IT!!
In any pert of the world 29

er GO TO

| percent profit would be consid-

But it seems that through Don, Dan Rhee also had met Joe |

| Gainard. Don khew about as much about the Big Horn as I did,
| namely

that Gainard was fitting her out for some exceptionally
dangerous work. When I made my appeal, he correctly sensed
that it was for Gainard's crew. Dan Rhee felt that if such men
needed glasses to fight for this land that had given him haven,
and especially against an enemy that had enslaved his own
people, that he should be among the first to respond.

He talked this over with Don, and Don went to Gainard tell-

| ing him about this particular pair of glasses, explaining that they

were the finest
how they went

meant just a litile something
made ‘and well worthy of his

extra,
own

that they
use. That's

| straight into the possession, and evidently the personal concern
| of the celebrated skipper. .

But that’s the full and final story of the binoculars epoch, Tt

{| winds up on a high note of dramatic justice. The “V. A. Rhee”

glasses, thanks to Ganley's post-Gainard service. did their full

[ share in blesting the Japs out of, amone other places, Korea —

the land of his fathers, the land he was forced to flee.

ered good and 40 percent ex-
cellent but NOT IN PANAMA
where 100 percent is easy pick-
ine,

Food prices are sky high. To-
matoes, a native product. sell
for 18 cents in the Commissar-
les and 25 cents a pound in
the native market.

Marecarire, which fc a butter
“substitute” sells ot 55 cents a
nound, the same price as but-
ter.

Xmas shonpine. ig
mare, in one store tricveles
which would fit a chil? of 3 tn
4 vears are relline at $97 E09. Tn
another a small Xmeng tree, six
inches high, suitable for a ta-

a ni -ht-

| to
. rare
{ to live on a salary which
| not increased 100 percent

| ama {is

| would say again ‘go to it

| your worthy people’s

| who
chance to prove he has a rizht|

boycott |

| Belgium

The Washington
Merry-Go-Round
By DREW PEARSON

(Col, R. §, Allen, now on ae-
tive service)
WASHINGTON — The Presi-
dent's mother was 93 years oid
last week, It's been a long 93
years of taking knocks and en-
joying good times since her

birth Nov, 25, 1852.

That was just two years af-
ter the famous Missouri com-
promise which historians claim
contributed to the Civil War.
In the years that have passed.
the Jackson County farm where
Martha Ellen Truman was born
has become 33rd and Indiana |
Ave, in Kansas City, while her
son, whom she never expected
to be President, now sits in the
White House,

Like her son, Mrs. Truman
is a friendly person who likes
company, including newspaper
reporters, And if it wasn't for
her maiden daughter, Miss
Mary Jane Truman, who lives
with her, and anoiher son, who
lives not far away, the Yresi-
den’s mother would be a mec-
ca of news interest, But when-
ever her son and daughter see
a reporter approaching, death
lurks in their eyes, The news-
man is reated as a carrier of
bubonic plague.

If you are fortunate enough
to meet Mrs. Truman, however,
you can understand where her
son gets his enerev, Except for |
being slightly hard of hearing,
she is exceptionally hearty. Her
voice is crisp, ner opservauions

decoration is ONLY $1250.
Unfortunately money seems |
be so easily come by here |
that these things sell and it is
for anyone even to men-
tion that the price is high but
to people like myse.f who have
has
d
in Pan- |

ble

ur-

ing .the War, shopping |

the hardest part of

one's life and, to anyone who

can buy in a Post Exchange, 1
Disgusted Would-Be Shopper
DOES MIGHT MAKE RIGHT,

THEN?

MAIL BOX EDITOR,

THE PANAMA AMERICAN,

PANAMA, R. P.

SIR:
Kindly

mnie ————

in
to |
How |

grant me space

daily
a bone with this ic
signs himself “As An
can As The Reader” in
column,

This fellow mi ht
American all right
statements let me feel that he’s
just another person creeping
about the Americas and trying |
their best to spread pro-Syrny

|

pick
eri-

your

an
an

but his’

pean propaganda,

Hitler and his
minions let loose a deluge olf
catastrophic suffering upon o|
peaceful world. Each and every
one of his “demons from heli’
were and are WAR CRIMIN-
ALS. The mer of the count:
quoted by this -bellyacher —
Finland, Poland, France and
could not be consid-
ered war criminais because
in the long run, they HELPED
to annihilate or deieat the Na-
zi-Fascist dogs of havoc and
ruin!

“Helpless men on the high
seas machinesunned to death,
tays this “American.” What
were our United States ships to
do upon sighting these “help-
less men?” Lay down their |
arms and ' say, “Come pals,
jump aboard and have some]
rub?” Ridiculous!

Justice could not be on the
side of the WAR loser, because
the VICTORY gained was
brought about through the ins-
trumentality oi God.

If the Nazi-Faccist
were right and justified, the
fighting Creator is always on
the right side, ever since crea-
tion. “As American a8 th
Reader” .ouzht to read up morc |
on his history. |

Ethiopia did not win the war |
waged against her by Italy, b.- |
cause that strife was merely a
“disappointment that is a step-
ping stone to success.” In gaii-
ing Victory on the battlefields, |
Italy merely sealed her fate as
a WAR CRIMINAL, and thus|
was punished,

The internal troubles of |
France today are the aftermatn |
scour.e from the Almighty for |
the wayward part she played |
during the course of the war a-
gainst the stinking Nazi hordes. |
And so it is with several other |
smaller European Powers.

Yes, “Amer:izan,” Justice was
and is being done! And even if |
it were true that General Doo- |
little was responsible for the
bombing of a Nazi hospital, he
was justified,

Believe me,

A Yictim Of Hitlerism

demoniacal

a3

cause |

| more.
| was a friend and found out he wasn’t... “Be more explicit!”

| a skirtch and soda”.

| divorced. She got custody of his money”..

| depot

{ Grandview, Mo. is a

| siting old friends in behaif of

WALTER WINCHELL

Faces About Town: Curvaceous .Marie McDonald at the
Walaor: reminaing Francis sinatra of the days both vocal’s with
Y'. Dorsey's crew un 1v¥4l) and Marie was billed over Sinatra...
Hal LeRoy and Sondra barrett (he's at the State, she's at the
Strand) recalling that Hal first recognized her ability when she
had a bit in a suow he swarred in illustrator Barbara Schwinn
correcting the erratum that the Cub Room's newest decoration *
is a seli-portrait, The model was lovely Margaret Young, a
Powers girl... Ella Raines ‘ot Giritown in the ABC news room
getting the news-teletype machines all excited with her pretty
plue orbs, which she insists are pale green,

Sallies in Our Alley: Doodles Weaver (of the “Marinka” show)
stepped into nearby Lindy's where he met Hank Greenberg.
“Tell me, Hank,” sald Doodles, "how far from the tip of the
bat should a hitter hold his wrists?”... “I'll answer that,” said
the ‘I'igers’ star, “if you'll tell me something, How does an ace
tor know when he's mugging too much?”..,. Rosemarie Brane
cato’s agent was saying no actor is any good without an agent,
“For example, if I aled what would become of you?”... “I'd stay
here,” was the retort wonderful, “but the big question is—whas
would become of you???"

Midtown Vignette: George Mann reports about the kindly
Jenticman on a park bench, who was breaking bread crumbs
or the pigeons. One pigeon fluttered down on the old man’s
knee to peck at crumbs that had fallen there... “Do you like
these crumbs beiier titan popcorn?” saked the kindly old fel-
low... The pigeon cocked his head up at him and then resume
ed eating.

“Well,” continued the old man,“ here it is nearly Deceme
ber. I suppose you birds will be leaving me soon for the South
land”... Again the pigeon looked up—said nothing and went on
eating... The old man got irritated and yelled: “Whatinell’s the
matter wtih you? Are you too good to talk to me?”... This
time the pigeon didn’t even look up but went on eating... “How
do you like that?” asked the old gentleman, shaking his head.
“A deaf and dumb pigeon!™

Memos of a Midnighter: Mrs, Gus Edwards’ last message to
her departed husband was buried deep in white carnations. It
read; “I'll be seeing you—in all the old familiar places, Good-
bye”... The Wm. Cahills ‘she was Mickey Devine, ex-Mrs, Ho=
race Dodge) are imaging... A former RAFlier was peddling war
books which include some of his exploits—on W. 45th Street...
President Truman’s mother-in-law is dwelling at the White
House... Joan Arnold (Mirror managing ed. Stiles’ little girl)
is now a Conovar model But so is Kyle MacDonnell, whose
cousin is Ambass, to Guatemala. Agents are flocking to West
Indian Harlem to see Belle Rosette (Calypso dancer and thrush),
whose authenticity is more exciting than the Americanized rum
and co-cah co-lah. Lt. Frank Young (of United Press before
the war) has been promoted to Civilian 1st Class... The Roney-
Plaza at Miami Beach wasn’t kidding when it said it would bar
bookies, et al. “It isn’t because they are bookies,” explained a

i

| wag, “but because we can’t have all those phones tied up!”

New York Novelette: The husband of a young lady told a
swank cafe owner that he was never coming to his place any
When asked the reason the husband said he thought he
“Well,” said the ag-

said the proprietor. “What's wrong?”..

| grieved husband, “you haven't treated us well lately. You used

to be so affable and make us feel we were as good as the others
who come here, but lately you avoid us as though we were not
good enough to come here”... The owner said he was sorry;
he didn’t mean to be indifferent, etc... But the husband couldn’t
be appeased and has izken his business elsewhere The irony
of it... The owner (oaly the week before) had barred his wife's

wolf!

Sounds in the Night: In the Metropole: “Waiter, bring me
At Enduro: “She stays out until the woo
At Armando’s;: “They've just been
At the Henry Hud-
son Terrace: “He's a heeluva guy” At Lum Fong's: “She used
to be his heartache. Now she’s just his earache”... In the Stork
Club: “Mayor LaGuardia will be the first guy in show business,
who knows enough about horses not to bet on them’... At the
Chateaubriand: “Oh, well, here's mud in your mind.”

hours of the morning”...

Mnahattan Murals: Placard in an E. 56th St. candy store
window: “Welcome Home, Tony You Pheny!”... The 98c pack-
ages of Jap souvenir invasion money sold at newsstands in Penn
Jimmy's Sawdust Trail where the cover charge is ten
The “No Dogs Allowed” sign outside the Flea Circus on

The tiny resiaurant near Toots Shor’s on W,
which advertises: “Lunch 65c—Positively No Cei-

J

cents
42nd Street
51st Strait,
ebrities!”

esses a | disgraced. After all, it won’
of spirit! kill him to lose.”
age | Months later,
{ was elevated to the Presiden-
cy by the death of the late
I'rank.in Roosevelt, she said: "'«
never thought Harry would be
President someday, like’ most
mothers think. I never thought
he would be Vice-President —
nor Senator, for that matter.
But whatever he is — I'm for
him.”

And anyone who has ever

and she
calmness

her

pointed Pos
poise and
rare in women of

Like her son. who likes to get
up early, Mrs. Truman is up
with the dawn and about her
househo!d tasks. The house in
one-story |
aifair, which enables her to get
about without climbing stairs
A half-acre yard, enclosed by
wire surrounds the house. Four
rocking chairs are in the front

room. |
2 talked with Mrs. Truman can-
HELPED HARRY'S CAM-|not deny that. Her eyes: never

PAIGN — Mrs. Truman reads fail to twinkle when someone

with interest, occasionally at-| mentions her son.

tends the Baptist Church, Mrs. Truman has enjoyed

knows everyone in Grandview | good health since her recovery

and until recently took an ac-| from a fall in April 1944, when

tive ‘part in the affairs of the | she slipped on a rug and suf-
fered a broken left hip and

IY nity.
community left shoulder, When she at-
tends community activities she
usually wears a black dress and
hat, and a dark wool shoulder-
ette to keep her warm.

when Truman

Back in 1934 when she was a
relative youngster of only 82,
Mrs. Truman even took an ac-
tive part in Harry's campaign | 4 A
for the Democratic Senatorial Secret Service. men who have
nomination, making frequent | found it difficult to keep wp
trips into Missouri counties vi-| with the pace of President Tru-

{ Man undoubtedly will agree
with her statement descriding
her son when she said: “He is
| ho slow person. He gets where

he's going in short order.”

her son. Then, during the last!
Presidential campaign, she
opened her home to women of
Washington Township commu-
nities and served as chairman
of county group meetings for |
women party workers, |
When Truman first was men- |
tioned as Vice-Presidential no-
minee, his mother didn't want
him to be Vice-President.
“Harry is doing a good job in|
the Senate,” she said. “And he
ouecht to stay there.” |
But listening to radio re- |
turns the nivht of the election, |
she switched chairs frequently |
and refused to go to bed until |
definite word of a Democratic |
victory was received,
“If Harry doesn’t win,” she |
commented then, “he won't be

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'ACTUA EN ESTA CAPITAL
PANDILLA DE MALHECHORES

Compuesta de panameiios y extranjeros

El Fiscal Segundo de este Circuito, Lic. don Carlos Dario
Sandoval, informo e¢sta manana a uno de los redactores de “El
Panama-América” que una terrible pandilla de bandoleros esta
operando en la ciudad capital, capitaneada por conocidos ma-
'eantes panamefios y extranjeros, que han sido fichados varias
veces en la Inspeccion General de la Policia Secreta Nacional. |

Nos agregd el Fiscal Sandoval que por el momento creia |
prudente no dar a la publicidad los nombres de esos malhecho- |
res por él mismo buen desenvolvimiento de la Investigacion,

También nos dijo que ya en la mafhana habia impartido
rdenes de detenciéon contra varios de estos malhechores,

Las Pequenas Naciones Han |
Logrado Su Primer Triunfo

Contra Grandes Potencias |

Rechazada una proposicion de E. U. sobre los |
nombramientos de funcionarios en la Asambhlca

ES, Diciembre 6— (UP) |

i LONDRKS
| —Estados Unidos fue derrotado |

hoy por una votaciéon de 37 a 3
{ en su intento por crear un co-|
mité pequeiio que hiciera to-|
| dos los nombramientos de los
| funcionarios que actuaran en
{1a Asamblea General de la Or-
| ganizacion de las Naciones U-|
nidas.

Solo Brasil y el Canada res
palcaron a los Estados Unidos
en su pretension al ser Some-
tida a votacion la proposicion
ante la Comision Preparatoria
de la ONU.

Virtualmente todas las otras
naciones miembros, especial-

Servicio telefonico
trans-istmico ceso
de funcionar hoy

Debido al derrumbe que
ocurrio en Sabanitas |

Los fuer‘es aguaceros nue han
a7otardn al Istmn durante va-
rios dias-v oue han paralizado
varias actividades comerciales |
en la ciuderd de Colén. obliga-
ron a que fueran abiertas com-
puertas de 1a reoresa de Gatun | mente Rusia y las pequenas po- |
para evitar lag inundaciones. | tenejas, denunciaron la propo-|

Al medio dia’ de hov ain era | goisn norteamericana como
fransitable 'a_ carretera trans-'| nti jemceratica y una ame-
istmica Bovd-Roosevelt, annein | naza al poder nominativo de
1a cordicion de dirha via fué | Ios pequefios estados
Hesayita. Sra Tn ol in La decision deja el proceso
foray il a Public Roads ma | de’ efectuar los nombramientos
ministration se encnentran tra- | ® manos de la propia J xsam-
haiando Hmpiznds los derrum: | blea General ce la. ONU. Esta
hes oue han, obstrnide parte de | ha sido la primera prueba de
Ja carretera, principalmente en | las naciones pequefias por im-
1a =eccion comnrendida entre’ redir que las grandes poten- |
el “in C»tlin v Kabanita. jas dominen a la Asamblea |

El cable telefénico trans-ist- | por medio de una maquinaria
mico cess ds funcionar como a | en la forma de comité contro- |
las nueve de la mafiana v la|lada por ellas.
interruprién ha sido localizada |
en nna Area donde ocurrié 1no | |
de Jos derrumbes cerca de Sa-
banita.

Al mediodia de hov
encontraban

Dr. Alfonso Monterrey
canciller de Nicaragua

’ .
reanudar el servicio teretonics | CH Colon renuncio

trans-istmien varias cuadrillas | COLON, Die. 6 (ELR) .—El
de trabajadores. Dr Alfonso Monterrey, Nicara-
tress | guense, renuncié ayer su cargo

como Canciller del Consulado

. a de Nicaragua en esta Ciudad.
Embajador de Espaiia Recordaran Oe oes}
4 ’ . que hace dias renunsié el Con-
ara Conferencia | sil de Nicaragua sefior Mario |
2 | Talavera. El Canciller Monte-

El dia martes 11 de Diciem- | rrey ocupa en la actualidad e)!
bre a las 8.30 p. m., dictarda en | importante puesto de Directoy |
el Paraninfo de la Universidad ' del Departamento de Higiene
una Conferencia acerca de “El| Social en esta Ciudad, y es per-
Pensamiento espancl sobre la|sona aue goza de estimacion|
Comunidad Internacional” el! general en nuestra comunidad |
excelentisimo doctor Félix Gor-| En varios circu'os nicaraguen- |
don Ordas ,Embajador del Go-|ses y c.ras entidades publicas,!
bierno de la Republica Espafio- | se hacen comentarios sobre esas |
la. renuncias, v se estima, que los

Nos informa el sefior Rector | jovenes Talavera y Monterrey,
gue para esta conferencia no seguirin prestando sus atencio- |
se repartiran invitaciones es-| nes y servicios a sus compatrio- |

eciales y que seran bien reci-| tas nicarzeuenses aqui, con el|

idos cuantos se interesen en| mismo patriotismo e interes
oirla. de siempre

ain se
trabajando. nara

| el siguiente:

Hacense graves cargos contra Agente,

y personal del Agro-Pecuario en Sona

|
|
|

Se pide reorganizacion total de esa agencia

El sefior Arturo Martinelli;| puede dar fe el publico de 80- |
conocido comerciante de Sona, | nid, como también el Auditor
nos ha enviado para su publi-| Montenegro, el cual, en recien-
cacion la siguiente carta: {te visita efectuada a Sona, pu-
Panamé, Diciembre 6 de 1945. do, segin él mismo me afirmo.
Eefior Administrador del | constatar la veracidad de este]
Banco Agro-Pecuario | hecho |
e Industrial, { El mismo sefior, pues, que en
Presente. | representarion ofirial del Ban-|
Segor: : os . | co, presta Lineio a Jou eatpe- |

e riio a. usted con ia ma- | 81nos y labriegos, es el mismo |
yor consideracién para ponerlo | que con el mayor descaro les
en conocimiento de algunas i-| compra el producto de sus c¢o-
rregularidades ,a todas Juces | sechas y no. desde luego, para
inconvenientes y reprobables, | perder en el negocio. Y todo
que tienen lugar en determi-| esto con abierta infraceién de
nada Agencia de la Institucién|lo preceptuado en el articulo
2 su digno ‘cargo en el inte-|123 de la Ley 77 de 1941. que
rior de la Repfiblica, determina las incompatibilida-

Deseo referirme con especia-| des de los destinos a desempe-
lidad a la Agencia del Banco fiar tanto al Administrador del
Agro-Pecuario en el Distrito de Banco Agro-Pecuario como a
Bana. " A tork dos Bias. empleados de esta

publico y notorio y causa] Institucion.
de verdaderas inconformidades| Este solo hecho, sefior Ad-|
y desfavorabled comentarios | ministrador, es mas que sufi-
gjue son, en.gran parte, los que | ciente para que se tomen dris- |
vienen mermando gradualmen-| ticas medidas v se acabe Ade!
te el prestigio del Banco A-| una vez por todas con esa au- |
gro-Pecuario en, esta seccién reola de desconfianza y des-
de la Repiiblica, el hecho de | prestiglo ove cada vez més va
‘ane ol Agente de esta Institu-| circondando estrechamente 2a
cion en el Distrito de Sona se la Agencia del Banco Agro-
venga dedicando publicamente Pecuario en Sona, oa An
Â¥ sin recato de ninguna clase | Y el monopolid asfixiante de |
&l comercio dsl arroz. De ello (Pasa a 'a pig. 12, col. 3)

aceptan hasta un

‘tervenga en la huelga de 175.000

| hoy por primera vez desde que

| cial ae las elecciones

el nombre

CINCO CENTAVOS:

EL PRESUPUESTO SEGUIRA
CALCULADO EN 29 MILLONES

Sigue Sin Solucion Huelga De Gran actividad

Los trabajadores

15% de aumento

Mientras la G. Motors
ofrece el 10 por ciento

DETROIT, Dic. 6

(UP)— la |
General Motors Corporation J

(la Union de Obreros Automo-
| vilistas afiliada al Congreso de

Industriales in-
tentaron hoy nuevamente. re-
solver sus diferencias, tratando
de apresurar las discusiones
para evilar que el gobierno in-

Organizaciones

empleados de la General Mo- |
tors que lleva ya 16 dias,

Las discusiones sobre ia de- |
manda de la union de un trein-
ta por ciento de aumento en
los salarios para compensar el
aumento en el costo de la vida
en la postguerra y la reduc-
cion en el numero de horas
trabajadas, fueron reanudadas

empez6 la huelza,
———— .

En Detroit se especula sobre
la posibilidad de que llegue a
un acuerdo durante este fin de
semana, ya que tanto la unién
como la compafiia se muesiran
ansiosas de evitar que el gobier-
no asuma jurisdiccion en la dis-
puta, tal como lo sugirié el Pre-
sidente Truman a principios de
esta semana,

Algunos circulos son de opi-
nion que la union aceptara un
quince por ciento de aumento
como formula de compromiso,
La General Motors ofrecio un
aumento de aiez por ciento an-
tes de comenzar la huelga,

Mientras tanto, estd toman-
do forma en Washington una
cruenta lucha en el Comité de
Trabajo de la Camara de Re-
presentantes sobre la legisla-
cion solicitada por Truman pi-
diendo autorizacion para crear |
una junta investigadora que

ponga fin a la disputa parita- |
a,

Hasta Ahora Dutra
Tiene Mas Votos Que’
Sus Oponentes

RI FE NE ']
6 (UP) be JANEIRO. po ihe

brasilenas |
tarde de hoy ey |

a las tres de 1a

General Enrico Gas a 3!
tra, candidato del Partido De.
mocrata, 543.627 votos.

General de Aviacién Eduardo |
Gomez, candidato de Unién Na- |
clonal Democratica, 333.091 vo- |

s, ;

Yeddo Fiuza, candidato

|
del |
Partido Comunista,
tos.

104.734 vo-
Contraria a las leyes
de ética moral es la

candidatura de Perén

BUENOS AIRES, Diciembre
6—(UP)—El grupo de aboga-
dos que se ha constinido con |
: de “Agrupacion de |
Abogados Democraticos” con el
propésito de combatir el régi- |
men actual, ha publicado un
manifiesto declaramdo que Ia |
candidatura de Peron es in-|
constitucional y “contraria a

Befialan que el articulo 77 de

[ hay

las leyes de la ética moral”, |

iets

Obreros De La General Motors

Ciertos Funcionarios Han
Entorpecido La Labor De
La Comision Investigadora

|
}

|
|
|
|

|
|

El Convencional Ramirez Duque presentara queja
al Pdte.—Declaraciones del Lic. Elias Ramos M.

Con relacion al
hecho a la prensa por el doc-
tor Jorge Ramirez Duque, Con-
vencional Insiructor de las su-
marias abiertas en contra del
senor Ricardo Adolio de ‘la
Guardia y de otros funciona-
rios publicos, nos acercamos a!
Asesor Legal y Secretario de la
Comision
lias Ramos Marquez con el fin
de conseguir una explicacion
en relacion con’ el comunicado
en referencia,

Al ,inerrogarlo sobre qué
fg queria decir en el co-
municado cuando se habla de
{ropiezos y de obstaculos insal-
vables a que se ha entrentado
la. Comision. Investigadora, el
Lie, Ramos Marquez nos con-
testé: “A solicitud nuestra el
‘Ministro de Cbras Phblicas, don
Aristides Romero asigné para
el uso de la Comision el carro

olicial cen placa No. 1452, que |

estuvimos usando hasta que se
encargo el senor Adolfo Ale-
man como jelie de Transportes
y Talleres, quien nos quito el
carro, lo reparé totalmente y lo
destiné a otro uso. Fué enton-
ces cuando el doctor Ramirez
Duque y yo nos apersonamos
ante el primer secretario de O-
bras Publicas, 8r. Francisco Fa-
brega, quien estaba encargado
del Ministerio por ha'larse el

del Remate de la
Hidroeléctrica

Ayer fue presentada al Juz-
gado Segundo de este Circulto
una solicitud de suspension del
remale de los bienes de la Com-
pania Hidroeléctrica de Chiri-
qui,

Esta solicitud
cluida dentro de ‘un incidente
de improcedencia del “mencio-
nado remate, que segun se sa-
be, es por la apreciakle canti-
dad de B. 322,000.00 y en el cual
interesados varios: hom-
de negocios,

ha sido in-

bres

La referida solicitud de sus-
pension del remate de la Hi-
droeléctrica se encuentra pen-
diente de resolucion en el Des-

|'pacho del Juez Arjona.

Investigadora, Lic. E-.

comunicado -

!

|

Goering era durante

Régimen de Hitler
“La Eminencia Gris”

NURENBERG, Dic. 6 (UP)
Las pruebas presentadas hoy
ante el tribunal que juzga a los
jerarcas nazis demostraron una
vez mas que Hermann Goering
era le "eminencia gris” del ré-
gimen nazi, el hombre que era
el centro de todas las conspira-

ciones y majuinaciones y diri- |
gia el curso que debian seguir!

los acontecimientos inmediatos,
El fiscal norteamericano Syd-
ney S Alderman revelo que cua-

tro afos y medio antes de la del

invasion de Polonia, Goering

en la Comision |
[nvestigadora |

Conferencian conocidos |
politicos y funcionarios |

Actividad inusitada se ha |
desarrollado desde ayer por |
parte de altos funcionaries |
publicos vy destaeados poli-
ticos en relacion con la
actuacion del Honorable
Convencior~l que tiene la
ponencia en Ia investiga-
cion de la gestion de cier-
tos empleades nacionales
en Ja pasada administra-
cion,

Se ha sabido, en efecto,
que se h~n celebrado con-
ferencias prolongadas a-
cerca del curso actual de
dicha investigacion, pero
hasta ahora no se ha he-
cho declaracion oficial al
respeclo ,

Dicté Conferencia
En La Zona -Ayer El |
Ministro Crespo,

El Ministro de Educagién, Li
cenciado José D. Crespo, dicto
una conferencla anoche en el]
Club de Espafiol de la Zona
Canal sobre la Educacion|
Nacional y los problemas edu- |

prometio a- Mussolini y al Canci| cativos de ésta, da acuerdo con

ler italiano que su “Luftwaffe”
doblegaria a Inglaterra,
Alderman ademas
pruebas de que el
Regente de Hungria Nicholas
Horthy estuvo acorde con® «|
p'an ‘de apoderaise de Checoe-
slovaquia igualmente que el li-
der eslovano Josef Tito se vio
obligado a ceder por la amenaza

Almirante

alemana de que kslovaquia que- |

daria a “merced de su destino”
cuando se produjera la inva-
sion de Checoeslovaquia,
Agrego que en su entrevista
con Mussolini y Ciano, Goering

les Informo que Alemania pre - |

feria aplazar la guerra nueve
meses, pero que estaba en con-

enemigo en cualquier momento

Mas aun, Goering aseguro a |

Mussolini que las [abricas de
guerra britanicas estaban aun
en un periodo de construecion

José Carlos Ponti
Visito Esta Maiiana

Nuestra Redaccién

Es el nuevo Encargado
de Negocios de la Rep.
de Argentina

Hoy tuvimos el placer de re-
cibir la visita a nuestra redac-
cién del nuevo Encargado de
Negocios ce ‘la ReplOblica Ar-
gentina, don José Carlos Ponti,
quien vino acompafado del A-
gregado Civil a la Legacion ar-

(Pasa a la pag. 12, col.

Un Pritam de LIDOON de

Dolares Hara EE. UU. a Inglaterra

El acuerdo tuvo lugar en Washington. Habra un
2 . ’ ’
anuncio simultianeo hecho por los dos gobiernos

LONDRES, 6.—
(UP) ~
Ministro Clement R, Attlee a-
nuncie hoy que la Gran Bre-
tafia recibjrA un préstamo de
aproximadamente _ -4,400,000,000
Ce dblares de los Estados Uni-
cos.

Diciembre

7 -

El acuerdo para el préstamo

la Constitucién prohibe la re-| tuvo lugar en Washington dés-

eleccion del presidente o del
vicepresidente y afirman que
si tal disposicion rige para los
poderes elegidos en forma nor-
mal, es mucho més aplicable al
caso de las autoridades de fac-
to instaladas en el poder por
movimiéentos revolucionarios, °
Hacen hincapié asimismo en
las declaraciones piiblicas he-
chas por Perdén cuando ejercia
el cargo de vicepresidente, en
las cuales afirmé que no lg a-
nimaban propositos de aspirar)

a la presidencia

pués de doce semanas de ne-
gociaciones Se espera que un
anuncio simultdneo sea hecho
en ambas capitales. Los despa-
chos de los periédicos de Lon-
dres procedentes ce Washing-
ton dicen-que e] préstamo sera
pagado durante un periodo de
cinctenta afios que comenzara
en 1851. La patre principal Adel
préstamo péagari un interés de
dos por clento, El pagamento
final serd hecho en el afio
2001. y

Después de que sea firmado

£e espera que el Primer | ratificado por el

el acuerdo formal, deberi ser
Congreso de
los ‘Estados Unidos y la Ca-
mara de los Comunes britani-

ca. Be cree rne babra una vio-.

lenta oposiciéon al acuerdo’ en
ambos cuerpos leglsiatives.

Los funcionarios en Londres
gue conocen sobre el préstamo
dicen que esti dividido en dos
partes. La parte principal re-
pregenta cerca de 3,750,000,000
dolares Esta es la parte que
pagard un dos por ciento de
interés, %

Luego existe un préstamo
subsidiario de 650,000,000 dola~
res para pagar por las mer-
cancias norteamericanas en
virtud de la Ley de Préstamos
y Arriendos que se encontra-
ban en camino o habian sido
solicltadas cuando termind la

guerra, Be informé que la rata de varios dias de buscarlas in-! fecha el
de interés de esta parte es de) fructosamente

dos y tres octavos por ciento,

presento |

| nol

| el
{ miembros del

diclones de vencer a cualquier | MU€stian interse

jorganizacion

bre este

informaciones obtenidas
Ministerio de Educacion
Entre el auditorio se encon
traba el Superintendente Dr |
Williams, profesores de espa
del Club de Espanol de la|
Zona del Canal y un grupo de |
estudiantes panamefos nor -
teamericanos: miembros todos,
del Club, tos

en el

| VArias

Gratamente impresionaco po
interés demostrado por los|
Club de Espanol!

del Canal regreso
de Educacion, se

declaracion del Li

Crespo sobre todo

en conocer la
de la Educacion |

habiendo contesta- |
preguntas que so-
topico se le hizo, . |

El Ateneo Republicano |
Espanol prepara acto!
para el Dgo. pxmo.

En honor del General |
Miaja y del Embajador |

COLON, Die. 6 (ELR).—EI
Alened Republicano Espafol
prepara varios actos para el do-|
mingo préximo, en honor del
Embajador del Gobierno Repu- |
cano en ‘exillo, ante la Repa- |
blica de Panami, y del Gene-|
ral Joss Miaja y demas peiis-
nas de la mision diplomatica, |

Entre los actos figura un lu-
joso banguete en el Hotel Was-
{Mington, par el cual se ha ex-|
tendido invitaciones a 12s au-!
toridades publicas, a personas |
de relieve y a los espaiioles Re- |
publicanos residentes en ésta.|

El banquete en el Washington |
serd al mediodia, y despues en |
horas de la tarde la mision di-|
plomitica dard. una recepeion |
en los salones’ del Ateneo, Para
recibir a Jos distinguidos visi-
tantes era una caravana de au-
témoviles hasta Babanitas, La
fila de carros partira el Domin-
go a las 10:30 AM. PARTIEN-
DO del Ateneo republicano

———————————

la Zona
el Ministro
gun propia
cenclado

de

Panamena,
do muchas

Dos mujeres acusadas
de robo a un marino
detenidas en Colon

COLON, Die 8 (ELR).—Acusa- |
Aas de haberle hurtado B. 940. |
00, a un marino, se encuentran
detenidas las senoras. Benigna
Tavior, vy Juana Paula. Ortiz
panamefias, ‘la primera, na-
tural de Boquete y la otra de
la Chorrera.

La Policia Secreta capturo
a las cltadas sefioras, después

#n Panama vy
(Pasa a la Pigina 12, Col. 2)

| vez que la Comision de Presu-

vsideracion de Ia

| RICA

| tro reportero de la anterior in-|
{ fTormacion

| interrogarlo sobre la veracidad |

| aprobaaa
I cual como de

| vleceiones

~ INo Se Ha Podido Obtener
La Rebaja Que Se Deseaba

Eliminardo Varios Cargos

Mientras se suprimen puestos, por otras paries
se ordenan aumentos de sueldp de los empleados

Todo parece indicar la
Asamblea Constituyente de
Republica de Panama no
bajara el presupNesto nacional

la| !
| Hoy Tratan Tema
para la actual vigencia, toda
. . J
— ich miss en Religioso En La

que

de

dactores
en
Al tener nues-
se entrevisto con
Enrique Garcia
Paredes, Presidente de 1a

mision de Presupuesto cde
Asamblea Constituvente, v

mente la revision del proyecto | .
A. Constituyente
jada por el Poder Ejecutivo, ©]
én la manana Je hoy le fueron
esta tarde la Asamblea Nacio-
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conocimiento | de Constitucion que tratan so
sefior Luis del jos mismos suscitara interesan-'
topico, con respecto a como es=

respectivo, preesntara a la con-|
Contituyvente
la misma cantidad oue fhe fi
. pi .
he B. 20000000 para las| 1M discusiones sobre
5 - : "nig as . .r
istintas dependencias del Go la nueva Constitucion
bierno, segun los informes que | or :
En la sesién que celebrard
suministrados a 1 le los . , i
i prog Pe A a. [nl Constituyente seran discu=
whe ANAM Al | M 3 . WEP | rt
fuentes oficiales | tidos los articulos del proyecto
bre el tema religiosa en la Re=
publica de Panama y todo hae
ell ce s er discusion de
| ce suponer que la discusion
Co-| tes discusiones toda vez que se
la| trata de Ainiroducir radicales
al reformas en este importante
(Pasa a la Pag. 12 Ooi taba consignado en las Consii=
A tuciones de los anos 1903 a 1943,
segun Jos Jnformey Que en Ja
manana de hoy le Tueron Sia"

Nueva organizacion
se forma en la
Universidad Inter.

Proposicion por tal
motivo fué aprobada
y sera e:.udiada

ministrados a uno de los reda
totes de Eb PAGE AMENCE?
en luentes oficiales.

En las mismas fuentes in-
formativas se nos dijo que el
| cambio que por el momento se
| ha hecho en la nueva Constitu-
| elon en los articulos a que no3
| venimos reliriendo son los sis
[guientes: en el primer articull
donde dice en los 2 Constitus
clones anteriores los actos de
gobernantes seran inspirados en
la moral catolica,” dice en el
proveeto “seran inspirados en
| la moral social”; én el articulo
segundo donde en las anterio-
res decia "se reconoce la re'i-
glon calolica como la de la ma-

En una de las ultimas reu-
niones celebradas por la Asam
blea General de Estudiantes U-
niversitarios lueron aprobadas
proposiciones, suscitan-
dose en este ambiente estudian-
til acaloradas discusiones con
lespecto a la organizacion de
este centro educativo,

La siguiente proposicion fu?
por unanimidad, !u
su texto se des-
prende, sera estudiada y pues-
ta en ejecucion por los repre
sentantes de la Junta Directiva
y ante el Consejo Directivo, la | otra.”
cual es del tenor siguiente i.

a) Que se organice una vers |
dadera arociacion, a la cual
pertenezean todos los universi-
tarlos; i :

br Que para divighr esta agru-
pacion se nombre por medio de

ensenan.a no es obligatoria en
las escuelas publicas’ dice en
'el nuevo proyecto “ss ensefa-
ra en las escuelas publicas la

3

Libertan los presos
politicos en Managua

airectas y secrelas, MANAGUA, Dic. 5 (AVION)
ung Directiva compuesta de | El diario de oposicion al gobler=
SEIS (6) representantes princi- | no “Flecha,” cuyo director es
pales, con sus respectivos su-| el Sr. Hernan Robleto, publica
plentes, por cada pracultad: | hoy la noticia de que ayer fue

€) Que se udlicen los Estatu- | ron puestos en lipertad los ulti=
tog de la "Union Universitaria’ | mos detenidos politicos que ha-
para que se redacte el proyecio | bian en las carceles de esta ca=
de Carla Estatutaria, lo cual | pital, Francisco Icaza Diaz, Dr.

(PASA A LA PAGINA 12 tui. © | Ricardo Orue y Javier Esenkie.

“Fl Proycto de Constitucion no da

toda la satisfaccion a los Catélicos™
Declara el Arzobispo de Panama en carta

abierta dirigida a la Constituyente

(El Arzobispo de Panamé.
| Monseficr Francisco Beckmann,
[ba dirigido- a la Asamblea
| Constituyente la siguiente cars
ta abierta sobre la manera co
mo la cuestion religiosa es tra<
tzda en el proyecto de Cons
titucton. que esta siendo discu«
tida en la actualidad:
Honorables Constituyentes: ;
Como Jefe de la Iglesia de
Panamd, me dirijo con todo
respeto a ustedes para expo-
nerles lo siguiente: - }

Se conmemorara

En Chitre El
“Dia de la Madre”

Dn. J. de Dios Saavedra

yoria .de los habitantes, y sa A

religion catolica o cualquiera

of rece placa de marmol
en memoria de la madre
I

CHITRE, Die. 8 (Correspon-
sal)—Don Juan De Dios Saa-
vedra, hijo de esta poblacion,
ha obsequiado - una placa de
marmol en homenaje a la me-
moria de la madre, gue se ha
colocado en el édificio del Hogar
Maria Auxiliadora, cliya deve:
lacion se llevard a cabo el dia
8 de los corrientes para conme-
morar el Dia de la Madre.

Para conmemorar tan magne
~comité organizados,

(Pasa a la rag. 12

varios han sido los memoria-
les y observaciones dirigidas
por entidades catolicas a uste-
des sobre i inconvenienéia de
clertos articulos del Proyecto
de Constitucion que afectan los’
AS 3 6 a

(Pasa a la Pig & Col no ;
Circulacion

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LAS COMPLEJIDADES DE LA
INTERVENCION COLECTIVA.

La aceptacion del principio de que un grupo 0
la casi totaiidad de las naciones americanas pueden
intervenir colectivamente en la vida interna de otra
1 otras naciones americanas a fin de asegurar en
as el imperio de la democracia y de los principios
libexales de Gobierno, envuelve complejidades que es
necesdNio pesar con criterio tanto ideologico como
practieoza fin de que la adhesion irrestricta a la doc-
trina no x traduzca, al aplicarla, en consecuencias$
jales que el mal que se pretende reme-

mas perjudi
diar,

Es inatacablf, en principio, la aceptacion de la
interdependencih internacional, mas patente hoy que
nunca. Es evidente, también, el corolario que sigue a
¢ke principio, 6 sea el de que esa interpendencia, en
el mundo de hoy, que marcha rapidamente hacia la
integracion universal, no permite una actitud me-
ramente contemplativa por parte de la comunidad de
naciones ante los disturbios o focos de peligro mun-
dial gue se incuben en cualquiera ‘de los estados del
universo. La comunidad universal tiene que defen-
derse y la precaucion y la accion temprana es el pri-
mer paso — para detener,
en embrion, las futuras conflagraciopes,

En la comunidad de naciones de
problema, que es ¢l mismo que el problema universal,
presenta, no ohstante, algunas caracteristicas espe-
cinles. La América desea, hasta donde sea posible,
formar parte activa y eficiente de la organizacion
mundial encargada~e precervar la paz sin renunciar
a la conquisia de ia)solidaridad americana, que re-
presenta el esfuerzo de varias generaciones y que
tiene una tradicion netamente americana. Nuestra
América desea asimismo que se le considere como
una unidad regional, capaz de actuar, unida y ar-
monica, dentro de la comunidad mundial. Es evidente
que actue

el mas efectivo quizas

América el

que, dentro de un universo «integrado,
como un organismo compuesto por sistemas corre-
lacionados e interdependentes, nuestra = América
puede protegerse mas a si misma y propender mejor
a su progreso vy a su destino comin mieniras mas
conserve su unidad regional, su armonia, su solida-
ridad continental,

Asi las cosas, el principio de la intervencion co-

lectiva de unas naciones americanas ante las otras,
suscita graves interrogantes,

Hasta donde ese intervencionismo {endera a la
division de nuestra América? Hasta donde hara sur-
ir antagonismos que, dado el celo nacionalista to-
davia laten.e entre nosotros, puedan abrir brechas in-
salvables entre pueblos y Gobiernos hermanos y ha-
cer gue nos presentemos, divididos antagonicos, a
la mesa redonda donde quizas otras unidades regio-
nales se presenten, sélidas y armonicas, a luchar me-
jor por sus ideales ¢ intereses?

Esta preparada nuestra America para juzgarse
a &i misma y ejecutar los fallos que emanen de ese
auto-juzgamiento? Existe una mayoria de naciones
americanas de indiscutible filiacion democratica, li-
beral y tolerante, que pueda erigirse en juez de las
otras naciones y obligarlas al buen comportamien.o,
a la marcha juiciosa, por los limpios senderos de la
libertad y Ta democracia?

Sila realidad dolorosa indica que no estamos
preparados para ejercer de hecho esa policia moral

sobre nuestra América quizas seria preferible espe-

rar hasta tanto la organizacion universal, ya creada
v que — después de la bomba atéomica — se hace
cada dia mas necesaria, demuestre su capacidad pa-

ra ejercer esa policia moral sobre las naciones que |
se apartan de la vidg .pacifica y tienden a convertir- |

g futuras, Si la or-

rea, mas incapaz ha de resultar la América nuestra

que, por mis que no querramos admitirlo, ng podra

sustraerse a los efectos de la situacion wversal,
La organizacion mundial debe dar el primer pa-

£0. Nosotros no debemos darlo si con ello vamos a

destruir nuestra unidad regional, que tanto valor, |

tanto practico como ideolovico, tiene para nosotros

en la integracion universal.

EL DOCTOR OCTAVIO A. VALLARINO JR.

Desea notificar a su .clientela que ha
trasladado su Clinica a los apartamientos Ma.
rysol, Avenida Justo Arosemena 73-A. frente

al Instituto Radiolégico.

Horas de Consulta: 11 AM - 1:30PM.

‘Cartas Al 1 director

LAS TARIFAS DE ADUANA

siguen usando, Debemos hacer|rado el destino, de otra mas

frente con Inteligencia. a las} nera
|

~posibilidaces que nos ha sepa- do nuestras
\ 4 naturales,

mejores riquezds

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continnaremos deérrochian.

Santiago, Dic, 4 de 1845. | patriotas adormecer sentimien,
(Telegrama) | Los poder relalal sacrificando \ |
Director : Patria, oportunidad ¢sta Apro- Es tradicional d¢ toda ama de ersa, para los alredsdo-
ELL PANAMA AMERICA | vechan elementos ertrafics u- res de Pascuas y Allo Nuevo, revestir de nuevo todos sus
Panama SUrparnos lo que resérvanor | por Juan J. Amado Jr. muebles; 6 haciéndole unas reformas,

Felicitolo .acertado editorial naturaleza, Agradeceridle cO- . 1 i ‘gi |
fechado 3 corriente Contintle municarlo como estrivilio tan- Este articulo tiene por obje- por un aumento en el impues- Por aué ne hace Ud lo BUSING; YA ue ern man
campaha ese sentido, despertar | tos parisitos,burocratas, Pana-| 0 Sacar a debate puplico uno| to sobre la “renta’ que redunde las Pascuas; y las pasaria completam _
conciencias cabar con hibi- | medista agradecido, de log [actores que esta as- | el mismo beneficio, Hora es de . :
to bochornoio cante em | Alfredo Cortes F. | fixlando, cada dia en mayor! percatarse que el Impuesto de 66 b} J
pleomanii in . falso Cédula 11,5559 escala, el desarrollo econémico importacion pesa totalmente [API ERIA OR A
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a e. nencia de todos conocida la si-| sume necesariamente quien ma ESQUINA CALLE H. ¥v FESTUDIANTE
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gravimenes constituldos a su| los derechos de posesion de un hombres y materiales en este | sociedad moderna que quien ma .

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La bomba atomica ha creado opinion
muy favorable a un gobierno mundial

Los estadistas estan convencidos de que una
nueva Sociedad de Naciones no es suficiente
Por el Lic. Enrique Guardiola C, a un cataclismo de tal natura-
LONDRES,—EI| nerviosismo

que el mundo entero \
el misterio de la bomba atoml-

ca, esta dando vida a una fuer-
tisima corriente de ‘opinion fa-
vorable, no ya al establecimien-
to de una nueva Sociedad de |
las Naciones, siné a la creacion |
de un Goblerno Mundial, es de- |
cir, a la existencia de un supe-
restado que ejerza todas las na-|
ciones, no importa su categoria, |
una autoridad clara y terminan-
te
Y lo mas interesante del caso |
es que esta tendencia a la crea-|
cion de un poder mundial que |
limita y controle, hasta un limi-
te muy profundo, la soberania |
de cada ‘uno de los Estados de
la tierra, proviene ahora de hom
bres de ciencia, intelectuales el
incluso politico de las grandes
potencias, en vez de procecer
como antafo, de sofiadores de]

peouenas y muy cultas nacio-
nalidades:
Es evidente que si este mo-

mento no es aprovechando pa-

ra la ereaciéon (o, por lo menos
para el Intenso de creacion) de
ese super-Estado regulador ce]
las relaciones internacionales
y controlador vy administrador
de la justicia mundial, la Hu-

manidad va a Quedar expuesta

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El. PANAMA-AMERICA —DIARTO INDEPENDIENTR

JUEVES. DICIEMBRE § 105

i DIA SOCIAL

Esta encargada de erta Seccion la
sehora CHICHI GUARDIA DE KOWALCHIK
Horas: de 8 am. a 11 am - Tel 163-L

” ——

muerzo Jas senoras dona Fa-
nia Boyd de Arias, dofia Mary| Panama por motivos de salud
Morgan de Lyons, dofa Raquel | el sefior don Nicolas Valderra-
Diaz de Boyd, dona Cecilia Lo-| ma,
pez Ade, Herniandez y c¢ona Ga-
| briela Diaz de Fabrega.

Cumpleanos
| Placenos

Recepcion en Ia
Embajada de Espana

Excmo. senor) don Félix Gor-| sus dias
don Ordis, girecera manana a Rl
Has 12.30 p. mn. «después ce la | Divlomaticas

presentacion/de credenciales 'al| 8. E. ¢l Embajador del

Republica de Panama, don En-
rique A. Jiménez, una recepecion | R
en honor de la colonia espa-| di
d
Co

ysario ‘Ortiz de Zevallos,

la radicada en este pais en
e! ecdificio de la Embajada Ade |
I pana situada en la Plaza de i
Cervantes dic ha Embajaca, y sefiora

cido por la senora dona Ceci-|
lia Lopez de Hernandez en ho- |

felicitar sincera-
noe de la senorita. Hortensia

El nuevo Embajador Extra- mente a la simpatica senorita
ordinario de la Republica Es-| Rosa Enelda Olaciregui, quien |
pafiola ante nnestro Gobierno, | mafana cejebra €¢l mejor

Exemo. sefior Presidente de la| con Emilio Ortiz de Zevallos

su hija la seforita Maria del| Los que llegan

cla en esta capital, visitando a
Sus familiar es, regress a San
José de Costa Rica. la sefiora
101; » els ohles ce Acu-

dona Enriqu a Rob Nifa
| na esposa Geil conocico perio

una comida en honor
itan de Corbeta don Aure.
io Pedraza. Agregado Naval de

(8)
in esta noche en la Embaja- |
1

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y Senoras de Familia:

agencia de colocaciones sistematican ente organizada.

Ofrecemos candidatos competentes, de referencias

de'2 a 5 pm,

He aqui lo que hace afos viene anhelando: Una

Ayer tuvo

Garcia Fabrega

Cumpleanos de Manana

De puls de corta permanen-

de la Guardia
Senor Jorge Poura

Senor Manuel José Paredes
Carmen Ceclila Chiar!

Oril'ac

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icha recenc dan in. | fa Carmen’ Porras de draza, | dista tico don Pio Luis Acuna Nilo Carlos de
A die cepciéon auec n ( P le Pe Ista
Ywitados también lo panamefos para despedirlos con motivo de | . Lo Preciado
gue simpaticen con la causa 1 regreso al Peru. Ademis Aniversario Nino Manuel José Paredes
republicana espanola Hangwsida jie adecs a €ste Celebran manana £. Cuario i fevre,
wa ilies al o\ varias sus amistades. | #hiversario Ge su matrimonio A
vel senor don Julie J. Fabrega
| €n Muy feliz viaje d l
i I Jr snora dona Carmen Isa- Miuy IY laJe acseamos a la
liniea Dr. Revess Flas Sociales . ra Toes Hos.
yucca 41 z ciiora dofia Marcela | bel Arias ce Filrega, a quie- Séhorita Ber a Jo ela Matero- |
Q VANa¥ino, ofrecio aver felicitaciones complacidos |! Aven partio en dias pasados
CONSULTAS DIAFRIAS } 0 ¢ | para Nueva Orleans
Sal2vyv3al un lmuetzo en el Club Uni |
e Especialmente para Muje- HE ton Pibrevs .e Aiiv Hov celebra el meior de 355 0 8 velo
res v ninos nsia aprega on motivo ria, el iover A 10s Maria Trasatalantico
Tel. 537-1 — de Noche 1139 ae 1 proxXime matrimonio, | @la J Rn con JO ELT
: Texhbién asistieron a este al. | Abrego. Le enviame nuestro: LONDRES — (UP)_—Un
saludos en sy cumpleanos, avoz de la Embaja
vf Eniermt ca cice que resulta a ‘eptable
nfermos la tarifa propuesta por la Pan-
. . am w uray nan
Comercianfes Industriales Hacemos votos por el resta- | @M€rican Airways de 365 do-
7

blecimiento de la seiora dona | ‘ares por un vuelo trasataln-
Delia Aleman
encuentra enferma de culdado

Bajo tratamienic médico se! bargo, la Panamerican no
encuentra hospitalizaao en ¢]! sido notoficada oficialmente
Panama el sefior don Colon Eloy | por la Embajada britinica
Alfaro. Sinceramente deseamos | al Gobierno de los E tades U-
u pronto restab'ecimiento, nidos.

También ingres6 al Hospital

| Esti ya restablecido del mal

que le aquejaba el sefor don

lugar un té ofre-| Guil'ermo Méndez Jr. noticia
que nos complace reportar.

“oN Su esposa H fap se trasladé a !

|
habitaciones del General Ba- ||
NUEVA YORK, Diciembre 6.| tista en el Hotel Waldof, donde
—(UP)—El General Fulgencio| se ofrecié un cocktail de chan
Batista reciblo esta tarde a su pafa, asistiendo un grupo ¢

En vias de franca mejoria se
encuentra el nifio Luls Garcia
Fabrega para despedirla de su|yoverone’ hijo de doy Octavio
vida de soltera La sefiorita!
Fabrega contracra matrimonic| yulieta Lavergne de Garcia que
sabado 8 con el sehor N€s- en dias pasados f1é sometido
tor Baguer, de La Habana, Cu-| a intervencion quirurgica
ba Hospital Panama

sefiora dofa

en el

Dofl@ Maria Elena Obarrio de

Guardia

sa, La seflora de Batista ve

ta un vestido ce terclopelo ne-

Batista reuniose gro, sombrero rojo mode

francés y un abrigo de pi
de lince '

esposa, sefiora Marta Fernan-| sus amistades intimas, | Acero de Refuerzo 4

dez de Batista, quien llegé pro- los amigos del matrimon Il : C 2
dent | JO! 0 onio [ {i ) . a b

Hag oe As . ia Estacion Batista estdn preparando una || Pernos para Construccion y Larroceria

también comit .| serle de agasajos en su honor | Jil '

| de a mie 3 [que se efectvaran durante 10s|fi : Alambre Lico

entre ellas la sefiorita Carmen Proximos dias.
Gamera, secretaria de Batista |
y su hermana Maria, el doctor |
Carlos Salas y su esposa Lilla
Fernandez, hermara de la se IPEVE
| fora de Batista, Edmund Ches- BREVIS
. Jefe del Departamento La
tinoamericano de la Columbia |
| Broadcasting System, la espo- R10 DE JANEIRO (UP) El
| sa del abogaco norteamerican
Lawrence Berendson y la espo
del doctor Oscar Fizarola
m‘dico particular de Batista | 51 ce la Constitucion de 1937
Acompafiaban a la sefora de!
Patista el doctor Ramén Lopez |

de Mendoza y su sefiora espo- Consejo Nacicnal de Econon

BREVES Y MAS

Linhares Revoca Articulo

que disponia !a creacion de
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As

Tresidente provisional del Bra
sil, Linhares, revocé el articul

ia

El Consejo debia’ funcionar co- 10 habria reemplazado o Tae
mo antiguo Senado brisilefio y|nado en ‘la orga

10] seuia las rnrmas del estado] mentaria organiacin
el { corporativo. italiano, El Cons se- | Constitucién del an.

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DEPOSITOS COMERCIALES, S. A. |

MATERIALES DE CONSTRUCCION
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Avenida Norte No, 60

Luisiana.

britani-

de Paredes que ¢ | tico, Agrego la Panamerican
que podra hacer siete viajes se-
| manales a Inglaterra, sin em-

Leopoldo Fabrega y Dolores Fabrega de Fabrega

v
Francisco Baguer vy
Gloria Sanchez (ialarraga de Baguer

tienen el honor de partizipar a usted el matriminio

de sus hijos

HORTENSIA vy NESTOR

Acto que tendra lugar en la Iglesia de San Francisco

el dia 8 de diciembre de 1945 a las 8:() p.m,
Ciudad de Panama

Insiiluto Creation

Calle “H" 55 (Esquina Fstudiante) ferétono 2507.)

Las matriculas para el curso regular estin abiertas hasta el
dia 10 de Diclembremie 9am, al2yde2a8 pm,
”

CURSOS DE CORTE Y CONFECCION DE MODISTERIA

CURSOS DE ALTA COSTURA
(Bordados, engarces, pasamaneria y croquis)
CURSOS PRACTICOS DE BELLEZA Y COSMETERIA

CURSOS DE DIBUJO LINEAL :
(Preparacion para ayudantes de ingenieros y arquitectos)

y
antecedentes previamente verificados, para todas cia-

ses de servicios comerciales, industriales y domésti.
cos. AGENCIA GENERAL DE EMPLEOS, esquina Calle
“Q" y Avenida José Fco. de la Ossa, EDIFICIO "CHES.
TERFIELD", apartamiento 6. Servicios de 8 a12 a.m.

AGRADECIMIENTO

Clementina A. vda. de Morales y sus hijos
Eliseo Miranda, Ranroria MV. de Miranda,
Juan B. Morales, Clementina M. de Mo-
rales, Leo Marshosky, Maria Liisa M.
de Marchosky, Plinio Varela y
Blanca M. de Varela

Expresan por este medio sus agradeci-
mientos a todos aquellos que personal
mente, por tarjetas, cables, telegramas,
carlas, ofrendas florales y por la prensa,
les acompanaron en su profundo dolor
con motivo de la muerte del

Dr. RAMON DEL C. MORALES.
David, Dic. de 1945.

A> RAINER GRAVET KORIUS
—— my
EN LTT ATRO PAY

SABADO 8 — rove 9 — os 10

EN EL TEATRO REX
SABADO 8 -\DOMINGO 9 - LUNES 10

I TODA EN ESPANOL!

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CURSO DE ECONOMIA DGMESTICA
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Aproveche...esta opomidads vy en menos de UN MES
adquirira®conocimientos ‘utiles v practicos, obteniendo con
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persona Si ‘previa preparacion

Se admiten matriculas para clases de:

INGLES — TAQUIGRAFIA — MECANOGRAFIA
CASTELLANO — FRANCES

con C ARLUS RAMs EZ - IER ye AT vy su Orquesta

CLUB MIURA

Avisa por este medio a sus socios
que tendra sesion hoy a las 8 p.m.
en el Club Union.

Se ruega punfual asistencia

con un descuento de un 20%

tura espanola.

la novela,

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Avenida Central No. 96
Frente al Banco Nacional

Durante la Semana del Libro ofrece a sus favorecedores

Obras de los mejores autores, entre ellas:
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PUERTO RICO COLONIA?

Informacion absolutamente
franca sobre la inhabil gestion
americana en Puerto Ricoque
presenta Jas tres soluciones
para la independencia.

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Se Acerca La Llegada a Nuestra En Los Cines TROPICAL —A Escenas Todes : | | :

HOY JUEVES MANANA VIERNES

. }) VARIEDADES-—Una Cancién en la
. { VARIEDADES == Una Cancién én la “noche ,
Capital Del |} (Circo Razzore Noche ENCANTO--E|l Beso Traidor

El Valiente de Oklahoma
ENCANTO-—Emboscada en alta mar

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H 4 Amor en Flor
Cuenta con uno de los mas formidables equipos Lo que pudo haber side IDEAL. La’ Carrs de Hierro
Â¥ : Una Millonaria Pobre
eireenses. — Visita que nos hizo su representante | pear pos Paiones Une, Mikerariv Popes
ehb Caballo a Caballo VISTERMOSA—Usurpaderes de Tierra
Hemost tenido él gusto de re- del elenco artistico del Circo | nRotaind EI Sugeno orn
eibir en nuestras Oflcinas de | Razzore,” sefinlando la fesha | VISTERMOS Owlinds EDEN — ars Ponsromes REGALOS
Rédaccién la visita del sefor | exacta de su debut, sus sian e Rematan liu Putblo Libre }
den Pédro 8. Branly, Represen- | Lescas carpas-serin jistaladas EDEN—Ansias de Riquézas NOLO ts Coon Andaluza
tAnté General del Gran “Circo | en los terrenos situados en la Hotel de Mujeres i {Qsl Coris Andgluse | Lite
zzore,” quien scaba de llegar | Avenida Central, frente al Hos- : a , [Ane ores He whugho, J
desdé la Republica del Ecua- | piclo de Huérfanos, APOLO-—Casi un Suefo | CECICIA—Todo: por una: Muiér
dor, para firmar el contrato Auguramos desde ahora al El Secreto da Sagaricle | CAPITOLIO-Flecha Negra
econ él conocido empresario de gran “Circo Razzore;” una mag- | PANAMA Fuga en la eb El Lobo y la Dama
randes espectacvlos, sefior don | nifica y brillante temporada, vy | A Millie | VICTORIA—Asi se Ouiere en Jalisco
rique Pascual, que nos tiene | agradecemos la visita del sefor | PAC! oe Eotando u Avodarwe a VIVE
Acostumbrado a presentarnos ( don Pedro 8 Branly, gentil vy IF 1 ryfres TROPICAL—A tscena Todos
todos Jos ahos los mejores cir- | caballeroso representante de es- LUX Lok uk Erarmors is IRIS-—Madami Sars Gene
cos que viajan por las Amérl- | te gran especticu'o, y a NUES- | fei )A-~Todo por una Mujer PACIFICO-—Victoria y Libertad
cas. tro amigo don Enrique Pascual, | CAPITOLIO-—Dos Enamorados gos sin Dias
| el popular empresario cora- | Los Oios del Muerte Panama Roca de las Nievés
El sefior don Pedro 8. Bran- | z6n y eje de grandes espec- | VICTORIA Historia de uh gran | Concierto dé News
ly, une a su distreta Simpatia, | thculos. | Amor La Cancién de los Barrios |
una cultura de hombre de mun-
d0 que sabe razonar y ppreciar
las cosas desde el justo medio,
= Viene desde la hermana Repu- ; . (NT A SJ {
blica del Ecuador, rodeado de Todo un Mundo de FA SI .
- una aureola de prestigio hecha
& base de cultura y seforio que . . '}
él sabe practicar dejando en : para los NINOS!
todos los paises visitados, un | . \

ambiente de simpatia que no
podennes menos de reconocerle,
onfiamos en que las labores
preliminares que desde aver | Pebatmene
principio a efectuar con el sim- Preciosas
patico y popular empresario,

¢
Yea nuestra

fama y muy recomendado por
toda la prensa de los paises
que han trabajado, habiendo
econstituido un extraordinario
exito jamas igualado por otros
espectaculos, y que espera que p
no menos sera en su primera vi- AN | MALITOS
Sita que realiza este gran cireo i ;
a nuestra ciudad capital. Que
son varias las atracciones que SUAVES
nos presentara el gran “Circo

Razzore,” pero que entre ellas,

3 "i
\ ‘a »
don Enrique Pascual para el | % 2 if | :
proximo debut. del gran ‘Circo p x u N E C A S 5 y rna! '
Rarzzore® / “ \ \ M | ;
; :
UN VERDADERO CIRCO vd ’ AMERICANAS. | :
.d . rd \ | :
El “Circo Razzore,” nos dijo » \ 2 +
el Br. Branly, es uno de los mas & y i del CANADA :
completos v mejor organizados L——" a il y 7 NE A :
que recorre actua'menté el con- & Fa v ARGENTINA 1
tinente americano, es un espec- ’ '
taculo circense de primera ca- | rn rye ~ ' .
lidad, viene precedido de gran | en Todos Tamanos! :
H
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|
1

|
- merece citarse la que esta for- |
- mada por los famosos acrobatas |

los Hermanos Razzore, artistas | |

consagrados por la critica mas 0SOS
eéxigente como una de las me- A |
jores Trouppe acrobatica que

| |S a WY
recorren hoy dia la America del ALMACENES J 2 : )
; Bur, los que realizan una Huvia | ‘
: de saltos mortales a los hom- Nd PERROS |

bres, con el sensacional y peli- |
grosisimo triple salto mortal de

|
A la Bascula al sillon. El nume-
ro de la Trouppe acrobatica de | \d CABALLOS C
los Hermanos Razzore, sin jugar | e ; ®.
a dudas constituira la maxima |

atraccion de la proxima tem-

| » - » . . -
porada. Dignas de elogios tam- » de ELA ) PELL CHE

. lores del Hogar 5
pbién, nos sigue diciendo el Sr. Los Proveedores & {
Branly, son la Trouppe de Ci- i i
clistas Las Hermanas Luzuriaei AVENIDA CENTRAL 44

EA, quienes conjuntamente con |
el famoso comico Jaroley, pre-
sentan la maxima atraceion las
cuatro Bicicletas Diabdlicas,
donde se destaca el arte, la be= |
lleza y la juventud de las tres |
encantadoras mejicanitas. her-
manas Luzuriaga. Otro de los
numeros que sera desde el pri-
mer momento en que aparezca
en la gran pista el 1dolo del pu-
blico y dei bello sexo, el del

% Para bell

§ “(Para belleza

i t y elega artists pr +2 v x [J d |

iy CR Big phon ii 4 = Para exactiftu |

extraordinaria simpatia un de. , = , 4 |
urado. y ie 1 sonal 4

Tips jira personal no hay como

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el reloj

altura. También tiguran en su

maravilloso elenco artistien,
El regalo ideal

po

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Trapecistas, Perchistas, Pulsa-
dores, Alambristas, malabaris-
tas, vueltistas, patinadores, v
un conjunto de bellas bailari-
nas, con cinco reyes de la gra-
: cia y el buen humor, entre Jos
. A que se destaca los famosos ex-
centricos musicales mejicanos
los Fa-Do-La-Contando con .un
verdadero jardin Zoologico, don-
de figuran 15 Leones Africanos,
Tigres, Osos, Monos, Micos, ca-
ballitos Ponies, perros amaes-
trados, burros, chivos, baquiros
y condores,

Asi es que nuestra cindad ra-

pital estd de plicemes con 1a Tenemos un
llegada por primera vez al pais surtido completo
del grandioso “Circo Razzore, de los nuevos
estando en visperas de tener 1- Relojes Bulova

na de las mejores temporadas
fle circo: que pueda admirar |
nuestro pablico amante a esta
clase de espectéculos. Oportu- |
namente daremos més detalles |

BULOVA

reloj faverito

de las
‘Américas

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A firma p77. ;

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Fsrara En L S E. U \ eon. motivo de] 12 UL HAR. 2 On vida de toda | cion e indicod Pedro J. Sosa No. 1 : | | investicaciones y los estudios,
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NUEVA’ YORK Die. 6 (UP M ' orteamericana. | 4ue_el programa del Pi iden que la tarea del gobierno con En el concurso de stmpatias' te recomendacién del in Ie pn | fer mas sobre las formas de
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para una serie dé medidas que
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de la escasez de carbon de
encrgia eléctrica.

El Ministro - de Informacion
André Mallau, presento planes
para reorganizar el sistema na-
cional RDO, planes que fueron
acordados en principio,

Mientras tanto la situacion
de los combustibles publicada

recientemeate por la prensa iz
quierdista destacando los
fuerzos que realizan los minerc:
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preszintacos durante el
francés celebr ado hoy

se ha instruido a los cafés para
que usen solo las !uces necesa-
rias. En los barrios de Paris se
costa la electricidad en periodos
rotatorios que varia de media |
{ hasta dos horas durarite.el dia
y la noclie.
Vidas :
Las medidas que ge aplicarin
{ inmediatamenie afectan a los
grandes sectores de la industria
francesa y es probable que las
industrias no consideradas ab-
so'utamente vitales trapajen so-

| lo tres dias a la semana, que-|
dando inactivos millones de o-
breros en los restantes thas y
| gravan cons iderablemente, la e-
| conomia francesa pues lo y.obre-
| 1¢ seguiran - percibi log. sus
| jornalés como
{ cuarenta horas.

i. El plan de
| nalizar las

si trabajaran

Bil'oux de nacio-
plantas de ‘energia
eléctrica, eliminara unas sete-
cientas plantas independientes,
agrupandolas todas bajo una
ola empresa controiada por el
gobierno. Se cree que el plan
| dispone la creacion de upa jun-
ta directiva integrada pgr quin-
ce miembros técnicos y repre-
sentantes SopquAideres; & nin-
guno de los cuales se le§ permi-
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en planta eléctrica alguna, La
ap licacion del plan s¢ cree que

ardara al menos ah vy medio
/ por lo tanto se caleula que la
industria no quedgia naciona-
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de dos anos, i
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‘PANAMA ACUSA”

Acabamos de leer “El Panama
America”, En su editorial “Pa-
naméd Acusa’, vemos una reve-
lacion de dignidad que rebasa
el grado en que clertos paises
pouerosos quieren supedaitar la
situacion del mundo. Concreta-
mente puede decirse, que mien-
tras “El Panama America’ re-
clama luz y consecuencia sobre
lo que fué un convenio politico
como base de colncidencia para
aplastar al fascismo, hay quien,
quizd por haber venclido las di-
ticultades que en su propio
hogar nacional tenia, estima
que las cosas del mundo poiitico
deben quedar tal como las es-
tamos viendo actualmente,

Seguir por el camino de las
consideraciones que preceden
nos llevaria muy lejos. No es
ese el objetivo nuestro en este
momento. Queremcs referirnos
a lo mas apremiente, en el As-
pecto politico, y a la oportuni-
dad de la frase que encabeza

aido.

“Panama Acusa”. Muy bien.
Tiene por qué acuca:, Lo puede
hacer con razones ue sobia. El
primer parrafo de “Panam?

bierta de una lancha de desem- |
a alta mar cerca

{ todo sentido.

Acusa” es toda una canlera ina-
gotable de 1azones para man-
tener la ac'sacion, Hay sinte-
tizados los motivos que puede
| esgrimir todo aquél que con sin-
| ceridad haya alreado la bande-

ra de lucha contra el fascismo.

Esta acusacion, pletorica de en-
jundia,

| manos, nos hace recordar la
| epopeya que para Emilio Zola
| ¢¢ desprendio en su célebre e

inmortal “Yo acuso”,

Personas que Pasan de

los 40 Adios que han

Perdido el Vigor
'y la Vitalidad

|
| Las mujeres vy
particularmente los
que encuentren que estan ce-
diendo a la tension y las preo-
| cupaciones, tienen a la mano un
remedio que, aunque sencillo, es
poderosamente elicaz,

No hay necesidad de que Ud.

i pierda la energia, se ponga in-
{diferente se ponga lerdo,
nervioso y pase noches enteras
despierto cuando deberia
tirse en su mejor estado fisico.

los miles de personas que han
encontrado en esta nueva vy po-
derosa receta a base de hierrog

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parece que siente que le corre
nueva vida por el cuerpo — la
enerzia ha quedado restaurada

se recobra la fuerza y el
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el editorial que. ya hemos alu-|

Por Severino Cornejo

Por qué acusé Zola? Por un

hecho que era Justo hacerlo.

Cree que

todos - conocemos El

Proceso Dreyfus? Por qué acu-
sa Panami? También por otros
hechos de justicla que senala

el editorialista de

“El Panama-

América. El hecho de que no
se hayan ventilado clertas si-
tuaciones politica que afectan
a algunos paises tiene sus res-
sonsables conscientes. No es ung
necesidad el mantenimiento de
clertos regimenes fascistas des-
pués de evidenciadas sus con-

comitancias

con aquellos que

fomentaron la hecatombe mun-
dial. Vayamos sobre hechos mas
concretos.,

Lo referente a Espafia es el
espectaculo més bochornoso que
concebirse pudiera. Es intolera-
ble desde todos los puntos de
vista. Si en lo politico és detes-

table,

aplicando a los proble-

mas de la vida el prisma hu-
mano hay como para de una vez

abocar

todos los recursos de

ataque. Aparte del tributo que
en
ofrecié a los chacales vencidos,
el periodo de su dominio poli-
fico es una sdkria de las mas

horrendas.

diferentes aspectos

Franco

Noticias que cons-

tantemente adquirimos siempre

nobleza y valentia, emer |
| gente sin duda de impulsos hu-

los -hombres, |
hombres. |

sen- |

| Marche a la vanguardia con

fortifi- |
|eante vy reconstituyente que nes 3
Vaya hoy mismo a la farms

va forma de hierro concentrade. |

diez 0 quince minutos antes de!

nos dicen la desaparicion de
algin smigo raido en las ga-
rres del caudillo.

Esto implica, tanto para el

pensamiento de vanguardia, so-
cial como para los sentimientos
un poco esmerados, un proble-
ma de dignidad y de soluclon
inaplazable. Desde donde quie-
ra que sea y para librar la ba-
talla final a las reminiscenclas
que todos hoe fi existen, hay
que poner en accion todos los
elementos que puedan hacer
accésible una finalidad feliz pa-
ra todos los pueblos.

El caso de Espana es de una
perontoriedad - suprema. Alli
racica el peligro supremo de |
una resurreccion fascista que
cultivan personalidades de tal]
condiciéon politica mas intere-
sante que no se cree. Quién
puede garantizar, no obstante

respiran los pueblos del mun-
do pide no exista esa verguen-

za Ce régimen que llamamos
Franquismo,

Hay que hacerse Intérprete
del anhelo popular; hay que

proclamar y defender la justi-
cia .Contra la Espafia de Fran-
co, como objetivo primordial de
los reductos fascistas, es Indis-
pensable el pensamiento: y la
accion. En atencién y respeto
a lo que venimos llamandonos,
sin Impegtar la procedencia na-
clonal, no podemos cargar con
la responsabilidad de una re-
sureccion que alcance poten-

cla para nuevamente alterar ¥
desangrar a la humanidad.
Yo me permito asegurar que |

las muehas suposiciones hechas,
que Hitler no esta siendo con- |

sejero secrelo de Franco? 8i|
se logra~“tn clerto plazo des-!
plazair al ‘caudillo del dominio

politico oue actualmente goza,
resnecto al peradero de muchos
individuos orientedores del fas- |
cismo alemén e italiano prepa: |
remonos para mis de una sor- |
presa,

td

No puede ni debe tolerarse Ia
existencia de una Espana fas-
cista, Contra ella deben rom-
perse cuantas lanzas existen |
para hacerla sacumbir ‘lo antes
tes posible. Desde la pluma,
con digni“ad, sincerided v hon-
radez, tal como ha hecho el]
autor de “Panama Acusa” hes- |

en situaciones de suprema ne-|
cesidad, no hay que regatear |
todo lo que esté al alcance.

El espiritu de

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liberacion que |

para esta elevada y justa trea
el periodismo es de una |m-
portancia incalculable, Sélo se
precisa que la pluma se haga
correr al servicio de los gran-
des intereses humanos, que no
| obedezca al cdlculo repulsive de
ver qué puede sacar con la en-
traca de unas cuantas lineas
a cualquier periodico.

Llenense las columnas indis- |
pensables para informar a Ia
opinion de cuanto ocurre en
el mundo. Digase la verdad,
| por amarga que ella resulte no
importa quien, para que con

|

Compactos, Estuches de Perfumes. Juegos de Plumas,
Joyeria de Fantasia, Carteras

este elemento sano la opinion
popular produzca las reacciones
adecuadas contra todo lo que
signifique un peligro social, Ahi
estd la labor instructiva y edu-
catora del perjodismo, Instruc-
tiva, porque cultivando de la
ovinién publica pone todo euan-
to ocurre y pueda interesar; edu
cativa, poroue cultivando Ia
verdad se sanea el ambiente y
se hacen hombres sanos en lo
moral y claros en el entendi-
miento.

Cumplan los pertodistas esta
noble misiéon. No faltan motivos
para llenar paginas y mas pa-
ginas. Sobre Espafa hay que
Insistir sistemdticamente hasta
solucionar ese gran problema
No puede nl debe esperarse el
diagnostico de los tres ni de
los cuatro grandes. Tambh.én
los pequefios tenemos Aerecho
a opinar y obrar., No hemos es-
tado luchando contra unas dic.
taduras para respetar y abona:z
otras.

Y mucho menos en lo que
se rellere a Espafa. Por dife-
rentes conductos se ha. hecho
conocer la ola de terror que
esa. Impureza llamada Franco
ha’ desencadenado contra: la
més insignificante opinién que
se levante u ostente.divergen-

~~

yu

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fre Internacional se e
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bilidades, dict
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En este sentido y en
ajuellos casos que con el
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vanse los periodistas. Si dese
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| nal. puestra defensa nacional v
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intereses de los Catolicos v de

te

lo

las
mi
| Fst

nri

sion, nombraca por la Asamblea | mencién 10s Honorables Cons-
Constituyente, modificaciones | tituyentes. .
que vuelven ntra los dere- En el articulo 34 correspon-

chos de los
nen a cont
cirlo, los buenos propésitos de
que estuvo animada dicha Co-
misiéon al acoger benévolamen-

jamos hecha menciéon,

El
‘nmensa mavoria,

rrido de un extremo a otro
tuecién en conformidad con sus

hacerles caso,

nado, ha Introducido la Comi-| que con tanta frecuencia hacen

diente al 39 del Proyecto ori-
ginal, se ha sustituido la moral
cristiana, que es eterna como
el mismo Dios, por “moral so-
cial” que es variable como las
costumbres y las modas,

En el articulo 35 (40 del o-
riginal) después de haber a-
firmado que la Religion Cato-
Lllca es la de la mayoria de los
panamefos, se peca eontra la
l6gica con decir: "se podria en-
sefar la religion catélieca o
cualquiera otra en las escuvelas
o én los culegios oficiales.”

flicos y que vie
cir, por asi de-

las reclamaciones de que de-

pueblo panamefio en su
es catdlico
que he podido comprobar en
varias Visitas Pastorales a!
Arouldljcesls que he reco-

e pueblo oulere una Consti-

| eultos,

posible que pueda fer elegido
un diudadano que no comparta
las ideas religiosas 4e la ma-
voria de sus compatriotas; pero
aunque tal sucediera, no hay
razon que justifique consignar-
lo en el Estatuto Constitucio-
nal,

En el articulo 218 (234 de)
original) s2 ha hecho un cam-
blo que hlere los sentimientos
de los Catélicos por la marca-
ta Intencion de parangonar el
cullo Catélico con los demas
cualesquiera séan su
clase y su denominacion., Don-
de el original eximia de
westos y contribuciones los e-
dificlos del ecuito catolico,

En el articalo 50 se fomenta
el amor libre y se autoriza el

neinios v creencias yv el no

s6lo / contribuira

a crear en el pais una atmos. | amancebamiento piblico, re-
fera de Intranquilidad y des- .nudiado y aun sancionado por
sontento, | leyes. anteriores, para lo cual
. | ve Institnye la novedad juridi-
La sociedad de nuestros dias| na soir] del “matrimonio Cr
*stA bambole2n’o sobre sus ba- | hecho! *
ses porque ls falta la autori-
“ad moral para imponerse. O- Se ha suprimido el articulo

fie

| ‘o
| ‘os
tra
el
no
| tre
| In*

| Solo
encuentra en capacidad de lle-

va
no

| los
| su

la

de

rra mas horrorosa ane han vis-

| rieneia del hombre v sabe tocar

cecsario cue tenca toda la liber.
| tad conveniente v que no se lc

no hirteron

tampoco hace la de Cuba, a la

71 en razon del justificado re-
chazo de los Catélicos, pero se
ha introdueldo en log articulo:
72, 73 y 74 disposiciones que
nuesen redundar en dafio de
'a ensefianza privada, dejan-
dola a merced del querer de
los dirizentes del ramo ce E-
ducacién Nacional, aque asi
nueden imnedir en las escue-
las v colevios privedos la en-
cefianza de la religion y las
précticas pladoeas,

En el capitulo 60, articulos
89 a 82. sobre colectividades
campesinas e Indieénas, se
nrescinde por comvleto de los
mis'oneros que realizan y han

l2lmente se terminé 1a gue-
los #iglns, pero afin muv le-
estd 1a verdadera paz vy
nouilidad de nue necesita
mundo: por todas artes se
ta la falta de confianza en-
los pueblos v las divisiones
setines gangreern » cada paso
la Iglesia Catolira se

r el] remedio a estos males
roue ella se dirige a la con-

resortes
alma,

mas sensibles de
pero para eso es ne |

nonTan trabas nil eortanisas, | realizodo tan buena y eficaz
| Fl Proyecto de Conctitucion | labor en nuestro pais, |
redretedo por la Comisién| En el articulo 142 (138 de!
nombrada por 1a Asamblea | orieinaly que trata del jura-|
| Constituvente no da toda !a| mentn oue ha de prestar el
| satisfarcion a los Catélicos. Presidente Ae la Reniblica al

En el Preambulo se suprime | tomar oonsesiéon, se introduce Io

ce Dios. lo ouel| rucencidn del juramento para
les Constituciones | fl can bien remoto de que. el
l12¢ de 1041 vy ane | cindrdeno eflevifo nn pesea
j oiwasen religioza. Parece im-

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Compre sus tiquetes a tiempo.

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COMENTARIOS

En esta obra no se halla .ni
un solo concepto del autor
aparte de los escasos renglones
que a titulo de ‘“Advertencia”
la exponen al julcio de la opi-
nion publica, Y mejor asi, por.

que su naturaleza excluye esa
larea, a la que se dan muchos

compiladoies alardeando de isa-
blos, enmarafnardo el 2jeno ma-
|S

el ceercho de propiedad que’ la
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| ce medo gencral en una gle sus

los |
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vm
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Nh)

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ue sola- |

mente han sido modificados en

| el sentido de limitar a los
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| religion les restricciones
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| fructn que alli se imnonen,

e-
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usu-
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' wr utomoviles SE NECESITA Ace iomicoto o choo | | Yankees y PM iepuso Memosirar | CRIrfqui y estara en disputa un | vitrinas del Bazar Francés de
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‘ A & A nla Es- | contrat , ede in | de Luciano Abreu, dos gallos que i también os odo sn Se el Director General del Depar- |
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ite a is e. balirers bo- J TA 4a para | las partes mas inteiesantes del | ternacionales. . .En Ih orma gue do que ese bello trofeo lo fué | resi ente el C ub
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: ” os re tt——————— eee | films se entrezo si ificultad a : e a nueva directiva de esta
¢ fy Fis Ih COIPEaD | I Sihiculiad . | un trabuco ya que con un hom-| con sus respectivos tableros, ca- | sociedad quedo constituida asi:
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5: AIOUILA Va o i gE | me Ap s fangma |a su gallo con su famoso grito: | 1a mejor jugada efectuada por deroso conjunto de la Normal! mara posesion la nueva directi-
3p ALOU : le > - wh ren | Eu ori Deo JRO 3. esto | €1 manager Mario Lecubet aes- de Santiago de Veraguas que | va y el dia 23 tendra lugar una

bith | ¢ ‘ : E NECESITA Deg que tenga | 16 sire tuvo que conformar- | 4¢ que llegé a Panama.. -Bo- viene precedido de una bien ci- | fiesta que brinda el Club a to-
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3 a of er canelo de Pincho [ué muy elo- : 8! gue
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Se cita a los accionistas de la Panama Gold Dredging
Company para una sesion extraordinaria de la Asamblea
General con el objeto de elegir la Junta Directiva y decidir
sobre la conveniencia de dar en arrendamiento ciertas pro-
piedades de la Compania. La sesion se verificara a las 4:00
p.m. del dia 19 del presente mes en la casa No. 82, Avenida

Norte, de la ciudad de Panama.
Panama, Diciembre 5 de 1945.
: EL PRESIDENTE

|
de esta ciudad. |
Ranama, Dic. 6 de 1945, : Te x’ :
=: BREVES Y MAS |
STHER . MALCA oF A
DE MALCA BREVES
El Coronel Harry Marsh,
| a Profesor .. {
NUEVA YORK — (UP) —El|

PAPEL DF REGALO

| ex-jefe ce cehales de las fuer-

2% Preriax | zas armadas ce los Estados U- |
Para las Pascuas nidos en China, Coronel James
en rollos de todes | Harry Marsh, ha sido designa-

do profesor de Ciencia y Téc-
tica militares del Colegio de la
ciudad de Nueva York .

Marsh antes de ocupar el
puesto en China, fue agregado |
militar de lcs Estados Unidos
en Guatemala y El Salvador ¥ |
Honduras y residi¢ tres afios |
en Panamé, haciendo estudios !

tamano

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JuEvES,) DICYEMBRE 6, 1945

wr PANAMAAMRRICK ~ DIARIO INDFPENDIENTR le

Cesar Leal Peleara Mafiana F rente a Rodrig 0

Rodriguez En La Estelar Del Pgrma. De Colon

KID ZEFINE Y SIMON VERGARA SE
ENFRENTARAN EL DMGO. 16 DE DCBRE.

Ambos pugiles muy
optimistas para este
comentado encuentro

Después de una larga ausen-
cia volvera a presentarse en 10s
rings istmefios el destacado pu-
gil nacional César Leal frente
al conocido Rodrigo Rodriguez
manana en la noche en el gim-
nasio Arena de Colon de la ciu-
dad atlantica a un limite de
diez asaltos y con un peso de
120 libras.

El Zurdo César Leal que se
estaba destacando como preli-
minarista, parti6 hacia Costa

Rica y otras Republicas Cen- |
troamericanas donde se desem- |

peiié con todo éxito consiguien-
do buen cartel y créditos para
futuros y mejores encuentros.

Manana demostrara César
Leal el adelanto que ha conse-
guido en el boxeo y demosirara
sus habilidades y experiencias
contra un rival que como Ro-
drigo Rodriguez es valiente,
fuerte, decidido, agresivo y que

no rehuye el combate en nin- |

gun momento,
Para ambos el triunfo de es-

ta pelea es de gran importan- |

cia ya que quedaran clasifica~
dos en lugar visible desde don-
de podra conseguir mejores en-

Los Redactores Degortivos Tendran

Entrada Libre En Todas Las Funciones

Deportivas. De Caracter Amateur

Los miembros de la

Asocia-

cion de Redactores Deportivos
tendran francasla entrada en
todas las funciones deportivas

de caracter amateur

oue estén

controladas o supervigiladas por
el Departamento de Educacion

Fisica, por decision ‘del

Direc-

tor General del mencionado De-
partamento, Licenciado Manue!

cuentros con boxeadores de re-

conocida capacidad.

Todo esto ha producido un |

gran interés y entusiasmo
los aficionados al boxeo que a-

sistiran manana en la noche a |

la Arena de Colon a presenciar
la actuacion de César Leal fren
te a Rodrigo Rodriguez.

en |

CUBA DEPORTIVA

El mejor semanario de-
portivo cubano, con infor.
macién sobre los deportes
en Panama.

Esti ya a la venta en
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POR 10 Cts.

-

Rov, v a solicitud de la Asocia-
cion que estuvo representada
en este asunto por el Profesor
Carlos M. Pretelt.

En esta forma los
Deportivos asociados tendran
libre entrada en todos los jue-
gos amateurs al presentar su
carnet, que les sera proporcio-
nado proximamente por la A-
sociacion.

Con’ respecto a los deportes
profesiona’es o de negocio co-
mo el baseball, el boxeo, las ca-
rreras de caballos, etc., el De-
partamento informo que debido
a clertos arreglos v contratos
no podria exigirles a los diri-
gentes de estas actividades que
| reconocieran el .Carnet de los
| Cronistas Deportivos como un
| pase oficial y de forzosa acep-
Jacion, aunque se trataria en
lo futuro de tomar esto en cuen-
| ta para ver si era posible con-
seguir algo.

Tenemos entendido que la A-
sociacion de Redactores Depor-
tivos nombrard una comisién
para que se entreviste con los

Redactores

1

La Asociacion Dep.
Chitreana Tendra un

Gran Baile el Sbdo.

La Asoclacion deportiva pFo-
gresista Chitrearia se comp.ace
en invitar a todos los simpati-
zadores y amigos de Chitré, a!
magnifico baile social deportivo
que tendra lugar el proximo
sabado “Dia de la Maare,” en
la Camara de Comercio desde
las 8 de la noche hasta las 4
de la manana,

El baile estard amenizado por
la orquesta "Rio de la Plata.”
Grandes sorpresas y
habran ‘para los concurrentes
a esta fiesta social deportiva.

sefiores dirigentes de esas dife-
rentes actividades profesionaies

0 de negocios para tratar sobre |
aceptacion |

el reconocimiento y
de los carnets
nes deportivas.

en esas funcio-

Por el momento se ve que la |
Asociacion continua
trabajando,

‘gran paso con el reconoeimien-
to de sus carnets por el De- |
partamento de Educacién

ca para todas las funciones d
portivas. de caracter amateur.

EN EL TEATRO REX

SABADO 8 - DOMINGO 9 - LUNES 10

I TODA EN ESPANOL!

con CARLOS RAMILEZ -

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activa vy |
tiene ya seis meses |
de reorganizada y ha dado un

|

| driguez y René Sinch
premios | dos preli inares entre

En la principal pelea

del Pgrma que ap:ob¢|

ayer la C. de Boxeo

Ayer en la tarde aprobs la
Comision Profesional de Pana-
ma el esperado encuentro entre
el Campedn Nacional de Peso
Pluma, Kid Zefine y el destaca-

El partido de baseball profe.
sional sefialado para esta tarde
entre los equipos de los Radio-
filos y el 'Seleccionado Interna
clonal se suspendié y se pospuso

para mafiana en la tarde a con-
secuencia de las malas conse-

cuencias del cuadro con motivo entre el

de Ia lluvia.
Este encuentro forresponde al

POSPUESTO PARA MANANA EL J
RADIOFILOS VS SELECCIONADO

tevcera de 1a serie
Profesional que -

y los

El Doming
16 de Diciembre

El destacado y conocido fut-
bolista nacional Pedro “Empa- |
ndda” Arosemena se presentara
jugando en su posicién de guar-
dameta el domingo 16 del pre-
gente mes en un partido arre- |

do y popular pugil, Y simon Ver-
gara, reputado como! el cam-
peon nacienal de los “nocauts,”
para el domingo 15 de diciem-
bre en el Estadio Nacional,

El programa completo com-
prendera dos semifinales, uno
a 8 asaltos entre Young Sha-
dow II y Ernesto Reid, v otro a
sels asaltos entre Rodrigo Ro-

tonio vs.
rraza vs. Indian Villarreal,

QZ Jr; vy]
Ray A An- | nada Arosemena
die Wilson v Al Ba- | | traceidn,

glado especialmente por la Liga

local para que el gran depor-
| tista panamefio que estuvo sei:
anos ¥ medio actuando con to-
do éxito en Cuba demuestre sus |
| conocimientos y habilidades en |
| el deporte y posicién que lo con-
[ sagréo como uno de 10s mejores
{de la Perla de las Anti'las..

La sola* actuaclon de Empa- |
sera una a-
pero la Liga ha pre-
parado algo mas

A las 4

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Baseball Profesional

Viernes 7 — Estadio Olimpico

LD Rows,

00 p.m.
v- SINTONICE

RADIO PANAMERICANA

SELECCION

Kes.

para que sea |

Jugando Con Un Combinado Frente Al Pre-
Seleccionado Jugara Empanada Arosemen

Bait Hull Actuara En El Tribunal
De Honor Del 3. Campeonato Centro:
Americano y Del Caribe de Football

|

:| COLON, Die.

| Organizador del Tercer Cam-

| peonato Centro Americano y del
| Caribe de Football se ha diri-

completo el interés y entusias-
mo del publico de asistir la tar-
de del mencionado domingo a
| presenciar el juego, y es de que
por primera
el Pre-Seleccionado frente a un!
combinaro compuesto por juga- |

| dores de Panama y Colon.

Aungue no se ha anunciado
el lugar de este lance, nos pare-
ce que esta demas decir que ten-

{ dra que .ser en el Estadio Na-
se realice una |

clonal para que
presentacion como esta, va que
en el campo de Barraza no po-

6.— EI Comité gido al conocido deportista

|

vez se presentara |.

dria apreciarse bien las actua-

ciones de
gando que

los jugadores, agre-

miéndose que
un lamentable accidente

en |
cualquier momento

la tribuna de Ba-|
| r'raza esta muy deteriorada, te- |

pueda producir |

la localidad seiior don :
Hull para comunicarle que

vista de que el delegado Ar

pal del Tribunal de Honor
dicho campeonato Sr. den
miro Gereda Asturias no
asistir, le tocari a él ree
zarlo en calidad de suplente. .

El Sr. Benito Hull va ha asise
tido a los dos campeonatos ¢e=
| lebrados anteriormente,
parte de la Delegacion Pana-<
mefia, y por sus Conocimiento$
técnicos en maferia de futbol hl
la experiencia aYquirida en
campo de juego no cabe
que cumplira a satisfaccion ges
neral la importante mision que
en esta ocasion se le confia,

Nosotros de nuestra parte fee
licitamos muy sinceramente al
amigo. Hull y le deseamos todas
clases de gxitos en ese to.

Segiurt se nos ha informado
| todgs los gastos que ocasione ¢
viaje correran por cuenta
Comité organizador,

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SABADO 8 - DOMINGO 0 . LUNES 10 ’
ITODA EN ESPANOL!

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comercio para solicitarles
cooperacion economiea —en
vor de las bibliotecas publicas.
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rarse, olrecen gusitosas esa coo-
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el Dr. Juan
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fa-|

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Vice-Rector de! Instituto Na- |

pri han
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6 de Diciembre de 1945,

CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL

CAJA DE SEGURO SOCIAL

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recibirdan en la Georencia de la Caja de Seguro Social pro-
5 para la adjudicacion de un terreno perteneciente a dicha Insti-
Barrio de Calidonia de
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programa;
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borado el siguiente
1, Develacion de la plaza, por
presidenta cel Consejo,

los alumnos de
colocacion ae las
nino l'evara,

2, Desfile de
las escuelas

ores que cada

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| lebrada en el Paraninfo de di-

cha institucion, el Instituto Pa-

! namefo-Ecuatoriano de Cultu- |

la ‘presidenti

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tantes del estudiantaco ante los
organismo directivo (Junta Ad-
ministrativa v- Conscio General
Universitario sean. los encar-
gados de llevar a cabo esa:
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conformidad con el

los Repre:entantes
cederan a preparar las mencio
nadas elecciones—para una od
mana del presente mes de di-
ciembre, luego que llezuen a un
acuerdo definitivo,

apar-
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| Méndez

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| rival

el cual se debe a la inicla-
tiva ‘del Embajador del Ecua-
dor en nuestro pais, doctor E-
duardo Samaniego y Alvarez,

ra,

Prestigiaron e!' acto econ su
presencia ‘los sefiores doctorcs
Josz Daniel Crespo, Ministro de |
Educacion, y el doctor Octaviu
Feraira, Rector de la
Universidad, asistiendo tambien
Ernesto J. Castillero, don
Mario de Diego, doctor Juan
Rivera Reyes, doctora Ester |
Neira de Calvo, senorita Gu-
mer.inda Paez, licenciado Dio- |
genes de la Rosa, don Jeronimo
Almillategui, don Pedro A. Diaz,
doctor Benito Re:es Testa, doc-
tor Ismael Or.ega, doctor Victo:
A, de Leon, don Enrique Ruiz |
Vernacci, don Roman B: Reye;,
licenciaao César A. Quintero
don Rogelio Arosemena, docloy |
Luis D, Aliaro, doctor Marco
A. de la Torre, senorita Nativi-
don Alireuo de St
Malo, don Julio Molestina, don
Carlos Endara, don Claudio kn-
dara, licenciado Federico Ve-
lusquez, aon J, M. Gonza'ez, don
E. Jaime Holmes, don Alireao
Mosquera, dona Gloria C, de
don J. V. Fernan-
don Eloy Alfaro PP, don
Allaro, Coronel 0O:.-
Aliaro, don Ric_rdo A
don Aquilino savarado
Anipval Alvarado M

Moreiras, don Agu. -
Pareues, don Carlos A
Flores dona Maria Llena de
Boyton, ‘comandante Juan Aun-
tonio uufzado, don Victoriano
fndara, séfiorica .Gema Endar:
don Hernan Pallareés, doctor Al-
fonso Campusano, aon Ricardo
Sala.ar Gomez, don Pedro A:s-
u Carbo, don Ernesto Huer-
as Gutierrez, don Carlos A. Pa- |
lacios, don W, Isaias Arce, se-
norita Enriqueta Fernandez U

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don Marco
J.

| doctora Aida Illueca, dona Ma
ff ruja

de Palaclos, licenclado J.
M. Barria, con Ernesto Casli-
llero Jr, don Gil Blas Tejeira
don Efrain Alvarez Lara y d
Rubén Irigoyen.

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LLONDRES, Diciembre 6
1,05 portavoces de los paises
quenos, ‘en un esfuerzo

pe- |
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impedir que la Organizacion de

las Naclones< Unitias sea domi-
nada por las grandes polen-
cias, aprobaron un informe en |
gue se solidarizan con la pro-|
puesta cubana ce que las na-
ciones pequenias miembros €5«
tén reprecéntadas en el comi=
té general de la ‘Asamblea.
La _propuesta cubana fue
nresent2da como una alterna-
tiva se la recomendacion ante
el Comité Ejecutivo de que el
Comité Dirzetivo estuviese [or-
mado por el presidente de la
Asamblea, por siete vicepresi-
dentes vy por los presidentes
de ns principales’ comités. Es-|
tos ultimos serian elegiCos por
comité ce candidato 3
por el presiden
1 proyecto de Cuba de que el
Comité Directivo esté forma
por 51 miembros logrq un Vvi-
o0roso, ancyo™ es México, Liba-

"no v #&2ipto, durante un deta-

dep dos horas.
Bl delegado mexicano ac
a Bs que propugnabzn ave se
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Comits BE CRiIv de ‘“antide-!
tiecns”. Dijp que apro-
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Aposielado de la Oracion.—

Jzlesia de San Francisco
(Ciudad)

Dia 6, jueves, hora
Como todos los jueves,
de los Primeros viernes, sc ten-
la Hora Santa, el dia 6, ©
‘as 5 p.m, Habra coniesores en
el templo.

Dia 7,
5:30, miga de communion general
de todos los socios y amantis
del Corzzon de JesJs Qued i
a continuacion el Santizimo ex-
puesto.

Por la noche, a las 7
nosicion, Rosario, Sermon, Pro-
e "ion v Bendicion. Se rucza 2
{odos los socios acudan a eso:
con sus insignias.

sania.—
visp ora

rroquia de San Francisco
(Ciudad) Solemne primera
Comunion,

Mas de 200 nifios se han pre
sxedo’ para la Primera Comu-
ion que tendra lugar el dia de

| 1a Inmaculada, 8 de diciembre.

Tengan presente que no se-
an admitidos los ninos que no
hayan sido examinados y lle-

| ven la aprobacion de algun sa-

ccrdote.

Con el fin de que los padre
de familia estén en‘erados,
nemos el siguiente horario:

Dia 7, viernes.—A las 10.4.m.,
confesiones para los ninos.

Dia 8, fiesta de la Inmacu-

lada:

A las 6:30, mica de comunién |

de los ninos qué por
vez se acercan a Jesus,

A las 7:30, desayuno én
Caza Parroquial,

primera

las 9:30, misa cantada por

los ninos del Catecismo.

A las 10, cine especial para |
los nifos de primera comunion |
y catecizsmo,

Por 1a tarde, a las 2:30, con-
firmaciones en e:cta parroguic
de San Franci~co por el exce
lentisimo senor arzabispe.

| cl

[a

| como paso

¢ | charse en
| donae

primer viernes.—A 1a:

30: BX-

po- |

la |

-—

JUEVES. DICIEMBRE 6, 1945

No habia compromiso de EL. UU. para -
Ayudar a ningin pais coniva Japon

%l ataque a Pearl Harbor decidio la Guerra

POR WILLIAM CUTTER
WASHINGTON, Dic. 6 (UP)

—El Tenlente G.neral Leonard |

T. Gerow declaro ante el comi-
1é del Congreso que investiga
cl desastre ue Pearl Harbor que
eguin sus noticias nadie “desde
Presidente Roosevelt nacia
abajo” comprometid jamas
los Estados Unidos a entrar en
la guerra contra el Japon antes
del traicionero ataque a la pace
nawallana,

Se presume en general que
Gerow, general gue watervino en
el ‘desembarco
esta en condiciones de conoce.
ionuo la situacion antes J
despues de Pearl Harbor, pues
en aquellos dias ocupaba la je-
iatura de la division de planes
ue guerra del estado mayor ce
los rstados Uniaos.

Gerow fué interiogado ho;
previo aer interro-
gatorio del éx-jefe de estado
mayor del Ejercito nor.eameri-
cano Gencial George C. Mar-
sha'l, que serespera sé presente
manana ante el comite cael Con-
greso, ya que tiene. que mar-
ofeve para 1a China
ocupara el cargg de wm-
vajador ante el Gopiefo de
Cuungging, Fa
declarReTanes
mas: afirmo
Roosevelt
uno de 10s

Ambpliando sus
Geiow aljo algo
que el Proesiueice
probo solamente

a

a las naciones del wie en caso
de cer atacado kstacos Unidos.
kl plan que aproco el 24 ae 4-
205.0 ue 1941 =e reseria a la de-
1eNnsa cormun norteamericana-
canadiense de los territorio
contiguos al Canada a
wstaoos Unidos. Otros dos
nes deiechados por Roose

108
pla-
ell

a |

ae Normandia, |

|
tres

| p'ancs de accion conjunta con-
ell
sud

Conferencia de paz para determinar

[ce referian a la acelén conjunty

‘contra” el “contra

Alemania,

Japon y

Dijo Gerow que esos planes
se hacian en parte como medie
da de adiestramiento y en pare

| te para estar preoarados én cae

so de que surgieran incidentes,

El consejero del comijté, Wil
liam D. Mitchell, le Ppregunto
que si habria sido posible que
alguna de las naclones come
prendidas en el plan lo hubiee
ran puesto en practica para

| arrastrar a los Estados Unidos

a la guerra, Gerow contestd con
un no rotundo.

Agregu (.¢ 08 planes que se
hacen. para acciones defensivas
y oiensivas son rutina corrien<
te de todos los estados mayores’
del mundo y dijo que “hubo ue
na vez que tuvimos planes trae
zados de accion militar contra
casi toao el mundo.’

Otros detalles sobresalientes
de esta reunion son:

1.) Gerow dijo que habia si
do partidario de un “modus vi-
vendii con el Japén, ya que

1 Creyo.que. con, él podria evitare

se la guerra * por lo menos tems
poralmente.”

2.) Dijo que en los debates del
Alto Manao sobre los planes
conjuntos ‘los delegados norte--
americanos "no tenian autorie
gad de ninguna especie para
comprometer oliciaimente a los
kstados Unidos.”

3.) Las pruebas documenta-
les presentadas al comité reve
lan que los Estados Unidos in-
terceptaron el mensaje final de
Tokio rompiendo las negocia-
ciones con Washington ocho o
diez horas antes cael ataque a
Pearl Harbor, pero no se ha po-
dido determinar cuando fué ine
tercepta®to y descifrado.

- plan de postgueiva convocarase pronto

Tal menifesto el Secretario de Estado

James F.

WASHINGTON
(UP)—Fl Secretario de Esta-
James F. Byrnes dezlaro
hoy en rueda de periodista
que confia aun en que se con-
voague una conferencia de
para ceterminar
ra la postguerra,
Dijo creer que
declaraciones
chas por
8. Truman
serian negociados . por
medio de la Organizacion de las
Unidas fueron mal in-
terpretadas. Agrego que
hablado con Truman que tie-
ne entendido cue éste no con-
era necesaria otra reunion
nersonal entre los Tres Gran-
des. pero que no fe opone a u-
na nueva reunion entre tre
~ardes naciones o sus minis-
de relacicnes . exteriores
Bila oue la ONU limitaria sus
tividades a la anlic2~ ce
iciones la
Fundamental

Diciembre 6

do

paz

los planes pa-

las recie

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el Presidente Harr:
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Jyrnes en rueda de periodistas

habia i

pL

| Agregé Byrnes que ain con.
en que se encuentre una
formula que permita la centra-
izacion de las comunicaciones
del sistema monetario para
Alemania segin las disposicio=
nes del acuerdo de Potsdam.

fia

Cuando
por qué
traban
fronteras

se le preguntd que
naciones se mos-
renuentes a fijar las
oceidentales de Ale-
mania cuando va estén fijadas
lag orienfales, Byrnes dijo que
la pregunta no era exactamen=
te correcta. Diio que el acuer-
de Yalta dispuso hacer re=
comendaecicnes sobre las fron-
cuando se fue-
ajustes de la

las

do

teras orientales

hacer los

Revelg que habia tratado las
fronterrs oncridentales alema-
con el Embajador francés
agrego aue los franceses tie=
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EN FL

SABADO 8

iTODA EN

DOMINGO 9

TEATRO REX

LUNES 10

ESPANOL!

-) JONRIVAS
DE TRIUNFO.

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JOMNRISAS GRAVI. /