The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00981

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Related Items:
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w 4developing today between Triman end his mi
lgh command. ,on
Neither the Preide4ft nor his military advisor
itbtt *solid Repubkao bloc led by entonrs Air
Vandenbrg and Robert H. Taft appeared assured of
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which has just served eaXloile
notice that it still shunsainu e
status, it probably the-o1r -
hardest working vcea*e.
Exuerts balk at t l flat steat.
merit that Etna has ieea t U
longer than any other a
notes the National (eIs'alf
Society. They concede, fW kvt'
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America, and these cannot make
a good case because record of.
their early eruotions are meaer
or non-existent.
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torian, tells of Etna*etuOtl a.
as far back as the 8th and Ith
centuries B.C. And many we-
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cinder at Intervals for ueft
perhaps, before Its a lfty wa
first chronicled.
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henif, she will havethe nower
to attract oqh~t to her. That is
what c=r4sh La 1
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mise that eash employee of a
large corporation actually is that
corporation to the general Pub-
lic. It Isn't fair ttne's employer.
Mrp. RedenbaUl? thinks. not to
mke the best tpression spoa
sible on ever of, -
The Carnete 'SUnols Steel
Corp. recently eIm-naioned Mrs.
Redenbaugh to conduct a series
of classes for 176 of the com-
pany's female Iflie employee.
The course, aondstinx of eglht
one-hour lasss .met twice a
week for a motuh.
Its primary function was to
teach office personnel to apply
the principles of charm which
they had learned at home or in
school to every day business life.
One 9f the fundamental points
emphasized WAUi that courtesy.
even dndet the tnpt trying con-
ditions. is more than worth the
effort.
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able." smiled pretty Helen .GafIs
senior clerk In C-l's personnel
department And a "charm
school" mradulte. "The' classes
were so pleasnt and Informal
that the 1Rnl couldn't help en-
joyin themselves."
or thY-RUiert, a file clerk In
the lhdustrial relations depart-
mentof the company, concurred.
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led tiW course very smooth."
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were quetiomi we could stop te
lectures and she would answe
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course. really. It concerned thiim
we all knew beforehand," D-
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people forget. I think it woarke
wonders. The irtls are morean I
their tqea now."
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eleotrloly 'dri'% and e$%:ppathie with a
great many editage. In 'iMiat on to striking
change in houbehold .4WiXn machine construc-
tion such a t he frfe-r, drml tiW fi tl e whioh
can be trainolbrMed into. wrk1t6i sthe electric
motor an d ihe *bu"in IIt, sts till
more spwec faltIurot For .m iptlee te ape of
the alot at the end of th~ ~,g bar prevents
the needle .beg fInstd iW rreetSy. The horl-
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to be chabldS iit ut ren fit .g# work in
progro. The legth of the tIl the tension
of the tWMoan b reusteh d %i n. of grad-
uasted sfs. It.ls noa. ,r nd y to check
the fly.wh-ei with the hnd A stA fps
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SNEW YORK, Jan. 12 Who is this John Jachym, 'a re Dd 9
quietly slipped in and purchased a 40.4 per cent in- Juan Co a w-dstr
in the Washington American League Baseball Club cate. w anno uno petoewal
adwn to Clark Griffith? power omwon
number of people knew the Jaehym rose to the rank of eaq- CILP. t he o
SRichardson Estate wish- taln In the Marine Corps, particl- Plun er ten-rounder One-ofthe .
to dispose of 40.4 per cent of nated In the bloody fighting on i the OYM ic a l
stock lying In Philadelphia uadale l in1'42, was decorated winfd up M oadraw, ot e oa nd 6 m
54.lni 1raapzseveral ti 42,eWi. winds up in a draw. both
I schym, 31, was the only aamestown tied withBatavia swill receive hot ons. Ib l1
a syndicate of seen, ed off with the fla v '4, as Tey "The Rock" McKuay'
dy Hugh Grant, million- (Continued a Pa IVD quarters indicates tht
S ord,Pa., oil and turf- T celve the first break at the Of. me." Try
Is 00,0 o the0 ,o00 De Castro Trophy eting dusky Miami Ipounet
re u. ton Tennis TOurnam ent During a four-fram ,
a, corkingbuy. Wa nton Tennis Tournament s yes:raad'
session yesterday 8tan
,of the superior fr anhl Man" McKay displayed lot o we
rfith didn't kno Second Round Set tin power and as hedro
Sl" sold, didn't sarrinsma Wih 1 aow a t
*k^ & d ^ up after it rights and a IdtI 1S t qS1- a B par of sm.
Thedfo schedule his dHe Icheedubd to box t L t
onnewspapers been drawn up r play in eond rounds instead of the usual t t .
and J fferson r d sl and irst round today at the Colon Ardhs. or Is t
having h ad- doubles in th "De .Castro Tro- Plummer, who licked the Rook and?
Iin 1 ci, hy" tennis tournament over the in-their first outing., alas l h
tp omp tion- coming week-end: pretty good condition for U4 to C n Eddie bAcer: Read you
-rifar, Jam. 1 according to his handled 2aVa haeIi a_4tSrlayat a dinner honoria
4 ri: n. Ian. 13 Shockness. "My boy will ran .. n urtado, a nd
a ire er the Ben- 4:30 K. oun.-. tounn ts."The Rock" into camp with t In kicked It around
e eg as leep alto- Van dir -Beeenriqueu. first four h o ohtse," kn the hard wa
Va MOheatOp" h., *, ,the hard way.
reporters who visite 1 All he's ever
s d o .~a t. training camp at me : ha s been s
S:@ tedium. day. I
S3:30 -t Over in Colon boo phyeally 1
Aeura tabbed Roeky1 a I-s dmonstrated
to turn the table oan the ha d bal at
.UU.n ,h, Min. 1 punching Plummer. In Panama o' rtn- ba t. He of B
41o00 Pinrla v. Chrri. ity Plummer rates a 3-6 favor- l', ta =;-and te phony crdt
0, 0'. f *:00 Oldfield-Duan 1. Char- Its to score his second straight a e a ure lame be
"ota. Wb.n h e l- go the PAP8 w 'a' .. but i dtund % pEtursque old
J he Toul nin TI th Is iu- almi aaiection ror Jfo
Babyt1asoln f o .n a" sh-o uix round wt he s tand for.. ,,
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SBaiboa Beafs Diablo -Alb okCqistolTem m e e. 114

S 1 1 In defeatuu the Talboa oun ofW ou e wa thrown by Ntg U6t
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SaMl 4, Diablo 3 (11 iaIn&s) Daf i f irst -ise lceI. h ay
Sf ir The Ut.. Air2or A t Ient MemSy
TOm 'fl AM I: M. I Mallr ho was k te in the war. .. .Hot n
SCrlstobal w, alea Al rook- ars, a menwould you rate above rBM1 or Yale oe
The b otata will meet Washburn. Dykin cant ho me S3M1 erIt could be that T has the overm
sp tadiu o hat 7 :0d.The Wi err an Voma s heard to soremm: "Who dealt this awful me a
S t The W ilso n erre d on rs tU Eslana rae ised the Chinese Reds will a e

ndBl l or to the plBa.te. .Ptorn, 4 great healer but the Yanks wiU continue -to. ..4.Ii
Ston- Diablo threatened In the se- Mc Murtrie 92 261 who served them so well last seadn.. And idl
n MottMs load. John enth Inziam ngan Startm ou Remm 0 1 welcome to raQt Rice. Hi Phillips and Wadd orehc
slier r tha era. Inl enth Lnnnmrdo left te ogme with rm .. 87 6 of my favorite people and favorite typewriter jps.
pitching election for Dal- Charley Lerun coming on with uh .. when's the next bu leave?
the bases loaded and two out. Le- --
o at Balboa the Brew- Brun pitched one ball to rarrotto 1270
and te Diablo Sears battled who grounded out short to sec-
leven innings with mal. ond t od the ingt. B Vi.NOW D IUM MA
w wan e to T A
jumped off to a one- Diabl led the Same up in the Oil ..3 57
iW tn the very first inning ninth .When elrun dropped Stonobrake:r, 20
en Otey reached first base on Pa ow on a play for st-gear
to's error. Wilson lifted to atrat base. Torpey sacri- Jason 7 '10 20
afor the first out and with Eastham goin to sec- Tlm--MC 78 82 224
e Oravino greeted "Cou- and from where he scored on Bill
Bill Washburn with a sngle. Nolt' single to center field. 12-a
File walked to fill the bas Balboa scored the winning run An m eeter e I minded
Otey scored on Peters' l In the eleventh as Manager Peters tha the C. S. sa ber F


i1-alboa tr ded two more runs in usf Peter pulled the fieldin he made a .A MiLt bi I
FJ'*e third inning when Wilson gem of the game when he made a en wa
'Ctalked to lead off the inning, diving stop of Torpey's bid for a
a i aravino collected his secon hit hit and got to his feet and threw iw i ie
'~if Washburn by singllng. Wlson out Torpey at first base. Filo'1 Whii in S ua
esred on Eddle Filo's hit and Pe- running one-handed catch of -cet cS f
.en' long fly countered Gravino Mlller's bid for a hit near the left C- AO l d& t s hman
-from third base. field line in the seventh was an-ChstuflM- A R PO A K IJDl,- t o.
* Diablo scored their first run in other nice play. AumUa, t.. .4 0 2 7 60 Btla u remoi e the
4the third innin when Bill Hov- Tuesday night's Diablo "Lucky Bernard', 2b. 4 0 0 5 2 0 &i( dthemEe snd mailer,
ter led off with a lon triple to Program winner was E. R. Al- Roberta, u;. 0 1 0 0 i lu edge. 1
-eanter field and scored on Tor britton of Balboa and last night Barns, rf 1 1 0 0 0 ai l
y's single. The Bear scored Max Kirk of Curundu held the Quinn, lb .. 4 1' 1 1 0 0
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FOR SALE
H^I ,. Miceflacemo
SALE:-Light piant, 2 kilowatt
''AC .two cylinder Onon. Excellent
nditin, bcrificing for. the first
.fftr over $290. Call 3-2592, be-
'wen 2 and 6 p. m.
SALO: exterior and Interim
ih ~a GOil Point $2.75.
aSi, TLPIOURA Panama end
'Colon St es.k
:-The wonder waterproof-
"' *n3 material tor Interior or exterior
Smaonry walls. For sale at TRO-
PW. IPIU/A STORI Panama and
. ;Cotn.
t ie SALEr-Coel sette raye and
: 'lk drsss winter cets and
", res. Harry in r 0hily de
shep. L Demeareie,. 09 oll-
vm Aveme, Celen.


SANTA RITA FURNITURE FACTORY
annce Son Francisco Road No. 23
Telephone 2448-8, Panama City.
Manufacturer of Fine fugnitures
doors, windows, etc.. All works in
Mohogany. REASONABLE PRICES.


FOR SALE: A. K. C. Registered
Chihuahua puppies 8 weeks old
R-4 Russeau, Phone 3491.
M 1R SALE:-Hallicrafter SX 42, 25
a end 60 Cyl., 5 month used, $250.-
S 00 cash. Call 3644.
F OR SALE:--Girl's oll wool spring
Met with plaid lined hood, color
, eqva blue. Worn only once, $10.
00 Also General Electric ironer,
25 cycle. Dirt offer. Telephone 2-
1723.
f'OR ALE:--Kodak Retina I, like
new with filter and shade. Se
Phillips at Kodak Central Ave .
S R SALL.-1942 model WeeNtiul
h1 Refideroaor, poreolel he
d and. out Electric iftchinr
clock, kitchen and bolhroonm i
lumn for 12 family quarter. 5957
F, Heines St., Diablo.
cl SALErT-Twin beds, et qua
tennaster, without aresks.
QuerterMnoer. Price 081 PlankW
street Belboo, evenings. .'
FOR SALE:-Baby carriage 713-D,
Prado. Phone 2-3670.
S FOR SALE:-Betsy Ron Spinet pe-
no., with bench. Price $550.02
S Tihono 2-1536.
ANNOUNCING the re-opening of
r tr Margarita Beauty Parlor under
Sthe new management of Mrs.
Sore Diez, formerly of Gamboa.
a-
FOR SALE
-l -" Real Estate
-Two loet at Las Cum-
-t2.iauapsa matrm, awrflce.
$1,000.00. Call phone 5-

4tSALE:-Rsidence in El Valle,
npletely furneshpd, Frigidoire.
litrc plant, three bedrooms,
imeduct water. and all modern
~ lenvenim s. See it in El Vaill
n front Hotel Ponomericano.
f ir'Qutanndine"., '
ALE.O 1,00 Mts. In El
st t- anl school

iFt -SALti-Finco No. 38 El Hato
El Valle. Choie location, stream,
twa road accommodates eight.
,Se week-end. Telephone 2-2547
-O SALR;.r- 145 meters at 659
"knad e ftty foot bluff at Co-
--IlwddPllM lly easy ccess te
bredd s beach. Box 214.


WANTED'
Help Wanted
.T.ANTO.-lImmediately. oil around
i bauty operator. Must be expe-
rnornced. Hotel Tivoli Beauty So-
o In.
SWANTED: Reliable, preferably
S young, mid for Beauty Shop. Ap-
ply Margarita Beauty Shop.
WANTED: Full time work. No
S sleeping facilities. 2 children. 1489
S Cohrman St., Balboa.

WANTED
Position
NTEO: Young Amrican._e l-
f egf graduate seeks position in-
eolving public contact, personally
Srr through media. Sale. advertls-
eng experience. Pleasing person-
.lity. appearance. J. C.. Box 552.
i ealbo. telephone 2-2342.

WANTED
; Mlmefaas
_Il
ANTED experienced Bible
o ilesmon-distributor. Box -5037.
Ancon, C. Z.

hristopher King
neral Services
t For Tomorrow
her C. Kinll employee
SAtlantic Loclks, atun, and
of House No. 359, QCtun,
thet Gorga Hospital yes-
tee three months' Ulneu.
Oervlee will be held to-
at the Colon BMpltait
iitobce to the Mount Hope
*.at 2:3 p m.
ttpiw f~t of the pep-


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FOR SA 1
Autom i .,


FOR SALE.-Yeouw r O p f
Ipy increased in wle wtLe
panted in e=lbI m
Wr sare mIu tle
factory colon ie ume5g
for tha Mt sW.th m m1 .
,RA. panoma wnd $11= oti%
FOR SALI.--fl' tS l
rubberized N5141
car. Stpt MI"* ftj"
nomical. Spi.-gVig No.j
FOR SALt,:-Uk *iinew 1949
model, Ay pid. 2 fit dk blue.
white dilwall, tire Wtbwhit sear
coven and radio. xcelent condi-
tion almost new. Leavin Isthmus
Call Latro.aPanome 2529.
FOR SALEr-1 V.in' Truck. new
Body euipped for Parnl dellivty
Peu Avenue No. 28.
r 3
FOR SALE.-1947 Ferd Sglq-woe.
r,n 18,000 mil; .IMWp.
Srvica Officer. Nove A'
Coc Solo. C. Z. .olted ~IS.t
ceivable until 1630 Ti 12
January.
FOR 'SALt--1940 i.
Good condition.. h l,. In,
4ulre of -ivt r .ee nmi y ag
oat. located at Mt.-op. dry
ddck N 2,
-- -n-'i-jj ^
Jst Arri" i
19.9
Ford.& -M.. w
National :Maoeo h.
STel- 1925
J. Francisco de la OsQ Ai. Nd. 21


FOR SALEi.l9 C4.. diV Sedan,
radio, .ydr atic, duty paid, ery
good condition, .50* Build.
ing No. 827, Curndu, ask for
"Mac" after 4 p. m. Thursday,
Friday,'end Saturday here all day,
FOR SALE:-1942 Ford Tudor. Good
tires, new upholstery. Needs mo-
tor work, 5557-F Haines St. Die-
blo.
FOR SALE:-1948 Chrysler Windsor,
4-door sedan; purchased Dec, 29.
1948: 8.000 mes,. radio, under-
coated. Guaranteed. Lifetime of
car Prie S1.7504.e. Hoem 344
Apt. A, New Cristobal. Phone 3-
1054.

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE.-It p6i to paint. Re
finish ur household gds before
offering for sle. Quick Drying on.
amels, brrhing Jacques. end
hard-drying vernilhs new raill
able in quarfm t Is a hdf
pints. Easy to ipply. TRIODU3A.
Panama Colon


FOR SALE: Eight piece bamboo
livingroom set $150.00, double
bed innenprling mattress vanity
and chest of drawers $50.00, baby
carriage $5.00, babies foldin play
pae, $5.00, 10 ft. Serem gas re-
frigerator, like new $300.00, F
many other items, 'maybe sen
any time No. 42, 51 St. Apt. 1.


FOR SALE:-Three roll type blinds
nine feet long reasonable. Call
Albrook 7226.
FOR SALE:-Cninngroom set, made
by Cown, gas stove, coffee table.
bamboo floor lamps. 44th Street
No. 22. Apt. 5, 3350.B.
FOR SALE:-Lorge Bend.x Gyroma-
tic washing machine, practically
new. 110 Volts. 60 Cycle. First
$250.00 takes it. 18 Callse Uru-
guay Bella Vista.

Thirsty Thursday
Comments Found
'Unprintable'
NEW TORK. Jan. 12 (UP) -
"Thirst Thursday" prevailed
today for waterhoarding Ne w
York. as a city edict announced
no shaves, no baths, and wash
your dishes all at once.
The city was still worried
abput reservoirs which were on-
ly 39.5 per cent full of water.
Hotel Moted additional "Save
Water" signs.
Among the day's top events
we r e customers purchasing
madly at the annual Motor
Boat Show, dreaming of "Wa-
ter, water everywhere..and
maybe some to drink."
None of the city's 10 best-
dremed men were available for
comment on whether they
started the day with or without
total ablution.
But Bruorter Richard Whale
spouted that he-would pa.s up
hiL daily ath. nd Philip
Drinkwater asserted that ab-
stalnine from water would not
annoy him.
There are N Waters and 71
persons named Fish in the New
York telephone book. Most of
the answers to ouestlona on
o. 'F tleg today were ua-

AS1EATA (1W)-This years
theft was thpt of iA 300-
bhl qee f ee from Brad
t f Co. Th theft occurred In
ncSrx fflsa lue
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ANNOUNCING four clan
for rent Santa Claor Betoc
' bediroms, electric
Rockges ranges. Tw
tuns for sals. Phone WmiYig
3050'except week-rndsr .'
COTTAGES: -. Santo
electric Ice oxes, fuprn
derate rates Phone
541 w 6;300.
FOR RENT:-- Fossr's
tween 3anto Clarand e
Furnished cottages.
Grant, Paonam 942.
PM1Me B ach ctt5B-01S047
ax number 435 lb
Panoma.2656-A or 3- 1.i

FOR RENT
Baum
EOR RENT: Well furil
* denc. on Golf Heights with
$hone, living and dini grafh l,
fice, three bedroorma nt .i,
and gardens, three swi:
vices, kitchen, mai4's ropm, rie
highway. For information aell T1.
3067-A.
FOR RENT:-Three bedroom Cholt.
srvants room with service, loroeg.
in 8.125.00, 30th St. East No. 8.
*Apply in person, 8th Stret No
11.

FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT: Cool, comfortable
apartment, price very reasonable.
11 8 La Corrasquillo. Entrance
Acueducto Nocionol. For informs
tion, inquire upstairs.
FOR RENT: Modern two bdbear
apartment. 5it Street No. 42
Apartment No. 2. For fufther-de-
tails call Panama 377.
FOR RENT:-Beautifully furnished
two bedroom apartment, maid's
room and both, garage. All Cor-
enliences. Exclusive residents
wotion. 50 St. No. 30, Penama
2161.A.
FOR RENT.--Aprtment. two bed
rooms, lvlngroom, dinlngroom, and
porch; kEl Vila, ehano 898,
FOR RENT: 'Two bdmrom poart-
ment, maid's ream, eoraq, etc.
Fer nfoumootion Tl.d, Pwum 2000.


FORtRNT--N-Mely funmfred Apoai
ment including Refrigewtor, Prch,
Dining-Parlor-room, Kitchen, Se-
nrService, drem, Serned.
Tile $50.00. Apply 12 San
Fronclsso Road, near SAS.
FOR RENT--Coonmpltely. tunihd
apartment, beSdtOm,. '- iWo
'dinett, kitchen. Phone 9,. 9.
-12 a. p,-,4AJ p.-mr.-- --i- -
FOR RINT:-OrP and two bedroom
apartmeatm, 'unfumlshed both ,
kitcben, diningroom, llvingroom.
balcony, porct, very fresh, from
B.55..00 to .80.00. Call person.
oily at Ferm ae Son 'Rwe.'Ave
Control No. 200, office hours.
FOR RENT: Apartment. No. 16,
13th Street Via Belisario Porras,
So Francisco.


'OR RENT:--mnt .furipil apart-
mant near American Embiy call
Ta. 348 between 5 p. m. to 7
p. m.

FOR RENT

FOR RENT:-Cb4afortble furnished
room in best mlidentiol l ion;
Private .bathroom and enhance.
Kitchen privilege. 43rd Street No.
13.


FOR RENT
Mkcenlaneoun
FOR RENTi-Ste for office, air con-
ditioned. Far Informatlon apply
rnaMer Central Theatre. No. 141
Central Avenue. Panama.
For your construction, tractors, D2.
D4, D6, cranes pumps. compres-
"r!. Coll 2831, CONSTRUCTORA
MARTINI, A.
FOR RENT,-Large and cool office
pace suitable for Doctor. Actual-
S"oti.pted by Dr. Boconegra
two bedroom apartment and
yne bedroom for bachelor. Via Es-
pat T16, Call 203.

FOR SALE
Iets A Meotor
BOATS ... ... ... .....
FOR SALE--24 't. motor launch. E
Cyl. NS engine. $40.00. Call
Arkaio S-84667 ( to 3:30)
FOR SAE-36 Ft. Cruiser (Colora-
do) 3 ft. (Albomo) A-1 con-
ditlon. S Red Balboa Yacht Club
Tel. Albruok 6204.

Balbo Y Plans
Celebration Of
25th Anniversary
The t i nveery of the
opening .A the Bala Armed
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man admittedto
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nan" Island. but .
m Chinese Communist .:sl
fe i troops had landed ther t
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dtioan that anti Cmumaster; and ouns $Jk
S ivitleas wee widespread. .
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Ae. ar.1 Chambers, of Margarita, entertained Wed-
tth a moranag coffee at her home, honeorr her
Mrs. William R. Chambers of Nashvitle, l
M le t refreshments were served from one tale, and
Gillert Lee with Mrs. J. W. B. Hall presided at an
from which coffee and tea were served,
?"Qgihostews was assisted by her mother, Mrs Victor
ly, St., and sister-in-law, Mrs. Victor May, Jr.


guest of honor was pre-
a "bouquet" of handker-
*- Mrs. Donna Dettner
o members of the Rebekah
ad a few friends.
Tone signed the guest book
use signing beside the lucky
g -receiyed prizes. Mrs.
SNMessier won a bottle of
ie, Mrs. Earl Dyer received
lort pin, and Miss Grace
as and Mrs. Richard Car-
, were the recipients of lot-
skets.
apstes presented her mo-
-law with a cream pitcher
.ar bowl to match an Eng-
in teapot which she re-
at Christmas.
e who called during the
Lg were: Mrs. W. B. Crouch
Be Volcan, Mrs. Maxwell
aM, Roy Hearne, Mrs.
k, Mrs. Marvin Dettner.
t Westervelt, Mrs.-Clyde
M J. A. Cunningham,
.I. Irlkson, Mrs. Wendell
% Mrs. .dith Minnix, Mrs.
khimmel, Mrs. Frank
vid Marshal, Mrs.
Mrs. George W.
Bliss, Jr., Mrs.
Mrs. E. Stern,
Mrs. Theodore
i iJose, Q.R., Mrs.
i.th, Mrs. Mary En.
S. Ton erlot, Mrs.
Mrs. RL. Deak-
A. Robinson, Mrs.
S an i. N P aPicett,.
7Tbobin. iMra. R. D.


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Mna, irs. Paul R. Fiurr, Ms. An..
Cony Fernandea, Mrs. Lous
me*, Mrs. George Poole, Sr.,
Is. Leon Egolf, Mrs. W. A. White,
1in. Sarah R. Fox of Pottsville,
Pa, Mrs. Gordon Kariger, Mrs. E.
I.kRaipler, Mrs. Keith Tracey,
KCF C. Anderson, Mrs. R. W.
b Mrs. Harry V. Cain, Mrs.
'. L. Alexaltis, Mrs. E. S. Mac-
|rran, Mft. L. J. Egolf, and
j. Caleb Clement.
Arfta Girl Scout Council
ded by Atlantic Bide
XAh AUl-Area Girl Scout Council
held at the Jewish Welfare
~~Tlday from 0 a.m. to 3
b'mleting Was opened
itcrmony so during
rn o rmedumeslon pins
.mfented for live and 10
service with Scouting.
-r:X, Newcomer, wife of the
Sof The PanamA Canal,
1 et recipient of one of the
brought their own
Ld punch and cot-
by the Welfare
htme. .-
io -eslon new
embers of the
d. The incoming'
t dent, Mrs.ver-
Oamboa; Vice-
-the Atlantic Bide,
M. Townshend of Fort
SVice-President from the
Bide, Mrs. Frank McGuin-
i urer, Mrs. J. D. Tate;
ai Mrs. P. R. Johnson, all
S ..lf Side.


Elected to the board from the
Atlantic Side were: Mrs. J. A. Do.
vel, Mrs. Colin H. Lawson, Mrs.
Nelson Magner, Mrs. M. E. Webb
and Mrs. C. F. ToWnshend.
Among those attending the
meeting from the Atlantic Side
were: Mrs. J. A. Dovel, Mrs. E. R.
MacVittle, Mrs. Nelson W. Mag-
ner, Mrs. John Palmer, Mrs. J.
Paul Sidebotham, Mrs. R.-L. Cox,
Mrs. Alan Dodd, Mrs. Andrew
Bleakley, Mrs. Colin Lawson, Mrs.
Henry W. Bigelow, Mrs. J. A. Blal-
kowski, Mrs. W. W. Reeves, Mrs.
Norman Davison, Mrs. Chester
Lindgren, Mrs. Robert Bertschey,
and Mrs. William M. OGpthrie.
Visitor From Santa Clara
Mrs. William Keenan, of Santa
Clara, is the guest of Mrs. Law-
rence Chambers of Gatun.
Elaborate Ritual Exemplifild at
Meeting of Coral Chapter O.E.S.
A group of members of Orchid
Chapter, No. 1, of Balboa, crossed
the Isthmus Tuesday to be the
guests of Coral Chapter, No. 3,
at which time they-exemplified
the Ritual of 186...
This ritual wa senttoMrs. Nell
Bewley of Balboa by a California
friend who had received it from
her great-great grandmother who
attended the Caltorna meetings
when it was used. It was revived
and presented on th Isthmus in
1934 In Balboa ad-Mrl. Bewley
directed this revm which was
given at the last Jneting of Or-
chid Chapter tll Dedember for
Mrs. M. C. Bailey
The ladies who participated
were dressed in beautiful and ela.
orate gowns.of varl-colored taf.
fetas, satins and laces faioned
in the styles of the piod.. The
ar points were in th-colors of
tLeir stations, Mr. Carl Brown,
Wo presided for the first time as
r Matron of Coral Chapter,
Sao dressed in a period eve-
*bwn.
e exemepfying the ritual
wee: .Wr Matron, Mrs. Hope
Beliowt; orthyPatron, WIl-
iam LLenan; Associate Matron,
Mrs. Charlotte.Llier n; Anocl-
ate Patron, Ch MLob; 8ec-
retary, Mrs. Janet Mdt;.Treasur-
er, Mrs. Corinne Travis, Conduct-
ress, Mrs. Eloise Brown; Assael-"
ate Conductress, Mrs. Frances Or-
vis; Adah, Mrs. Geraldine Mag-
nuRson; Ruth, Mrs. Betty Brickle;
Esther, Mrs. Beatrice Rhyne;
Martha, Mrs. Doris Fincher: Elec-
ta, Mrs. Darleene Ashby; Warder,
Mrs. Ltla Esler: Sentinel, Mrs.
Zera Esler; Organist, Mrs. Beryl
Hussey; Soloist, Mrs. 4ary Num.
baum,' and Flik Beardr, Frank
Yarbrough.
LA.W.C, Meetig
The Colon Unit of the Inter-
American Women's Club held
their regular meeting on Monday
at the Gilbert House with the
president, Mrs. Stanley Hamilton,
presiding. After the .siness
meeting Mis. JacqUelUte t hole-
field played tro lin selections
accompanied by Miss Anna Flhh-
er. The numbers were "Airon the
O String" by Bach, and "Adora-
tion" by Borowsky.
Tea was served following the
meeting by Mrs. Sure J. Taylor
and her committee. Miss Thelma
Godwin was co-chairman and
the other committee members
were: Mrs. Ounther Hirchfeld,
Mrs. IUle Pasallague, Mrs. Ra-


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lUS. Adds Own Flavor


o New Year Customs

-'ABIHINGTON, P. C. Jan.' of a spontaneous celebration in
fsianay, 12 grapes, "first- 1831 when a group of gentle-
Rose Bowl strange men diners at a famous Creole
ills of New Year customs restaurant felt called upon to
Over the world. wake up the citizenry in the
en .through all ages have early morning hours of New
ed the New Year holiday Year's day. This quaint custom
additionally different ways did not originate nor remain
to other holiday reflects so at Mobile. As the new year of
vrsally mankind's common 1950 is ushered in, a surprising
for friendship with his number of Americans are likely
wand hope for a yera of to follow the Mobile example.
ess and well-being, ob- 12 Grapes for Months
the National Geographic Unusual as are some Amerl-
ty can observances, however, a
spirit of brotherhood great body of New Year festivi-
hope has most often ex- ties here are inherited from Eu-
S itself in customs of eat- rope. In France and Scotland
I'erry-making and visiting New Year's day became and re-
th friends. It remained for mained the most important
United States welcoming festival of the year; a time for
STear's day last on its trip exchanging gifts, cards and vi-
'the world fro mthe Paci- sit among kith and kin.
national Dateline to The traditionally dour 8cot
ve the earth's newest threw tradition to the winds
ef celebrating the holiday, and named his New Year's eve,
an Sports Classics Hogmanay, grouping it with
Sports-loving Americans as- New Year's day as the "Daft
edtheir most popular clas- Days." Hpgmanay, too, is the
to New Year's day and be- cry of Scottish children who
to cheer for their favorite flood the streets on New Year's
and the new year at the eve and demand cakes and fruit
time. The Rose Bowl from the neighbors.
following the famous Pa- Twelve grapes are a part of
Tournament of Roses, the gay Spanish New Year's eve
lia start in 1916 and set the celebration in the Puerta del
for big and little 'bowl" Sol, Madrid's Time Square. As
throughout the nation, the clock strikes midnight the
Spectacular mummers' grapes are held hish overhead
i n Philadelphia, and the and eaten for luck one for
Alabama, carnival are each month in the year.
tr New Year's day In England a glass of wine
typically American in and slice of bun loaf are re-
The mummers' par- wards for visitors who "first.
Distant relative of the foot" (arrive first) at a home
ii mummer's plays following the birth of a new
start as a city-wide fes- year. A "first-foot," sometimes
oa January 1, 1876, Last called lucky bird, brings with
aop than two million him the traditional symbols of
from all parts of the warmth and prnpedty -:.coal,
fantastically cos- bread and salt and s wel-
bands and mas- corned because he "lets in" the
folic along Phia- NNw Year. Representing the old
S trt. year, to, he sleav by the back
aruval pw out doer.
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Work I th
sels Ore
Ferdinand .
whose marriage top
gently In Lima, er, at
home of her mother, Mrs. l
Sander.
-
quel CasIlo, Mrs. RobetLellgh,
Mrs. Hope Meenedes, Mrt Calr
Christian, Mrs. Edward HnfR i
quez, Mrs. Frank Canvaggi ,
Mrs. Charles Perrett Miss Ad
mary Anderson,.MreLye
-Mrs. Kenneth Delvalle, .
Stanley Kidd and Mrs.
Bennett, Sr. M G
T oa .B,S.A. .
Te resent Play
Troop 6, Boy Scouts6 of A -
as, willpresent a thre-ac4B play
"Twice A Scout" at the Boy g t
Shack in New Cr bal.to
row, Friday, and tua e-
nings starting at 7:3 0 play
is being directed by Dor Toma
and John Johnson.
Tickets are 50 cents each and
may be obtained at the door. The
general public is invited to at-

Gatun Tree Burning
The annual Christmas tree
burning sponsored by the Oatun
Civic Council for the inmbers of
the orgapisation will be held Fri-
day evening at S o'clock at the
Block Houe. Fmres wiltlp provld-
ed for the famles to coak their
ndivtdual suppers. The, Colnell
win furalsh Fold drinks,

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CHICAGO. Ja ( -The
use of.a single written aptitude
test to determine an applicant's
fitness for a "high leWve" lb I
criticized by a psychiatrist who
helped select ret agents dr
the 05s durin the war.
Dr. James O, Mler now chair-
man of the Univeral of Chia-.
go's department of .yachology,
said "the qualtlid timt mark
a capable, rounded human being
Just don't show up on Pne .pr.-
and-pencll aptit de qPt,"
He said that I particularly
true 1f the applicant I lootIg
for an executive position.
A single test might be suc-
cessful in trying out a person for
a single skill, such as typing,
bricklaying or slgl paint.
But the single-test me tor
determining the sucoeosof a po-
tential executive just won't
work, Miller mid.
Persouna ty eeded
He explained that the worth
or uefulnens of an executive
depends less on his mastery of a
special skill than on his pos-
session of a rounded personality.
Industry could save Itself mo-
ney, Miller msai, fit made use
of a "$200 or W0' executive ap.
titude test before hiring a "high
level" man. He considers that
preferable to putting the man
through a long training program
only, to find he didn't possess
the qualities his single aptitude
test showed he had.
Miller was quick to point out
that few places exist at present
where such tests may be admin-
istered. But he said the Veter-
ans Admiistration is trying to
establish such practices in its
hiring pocies.
"It Is p bl to define 'suc-
ces' In a given field by analy-
ing the p ologicl character-
istic that the Job require." Ml-
ler said. 'Then you can devise
a series of test to find out
whether someone p oesw the
necessary ptonaty traits."
"85uccW" Debatable
But one of the primary stum-
bling blocks in defining, a "suc-
cess," Miller said, Is to get lay-
men In different fields to agree
on what traits the well-rounded
person in various locations
should possess.
Miller said the armed forces
learned during the war tiat an
individual who can perform one
complex task requiring a well-
rounded personality usually
'makes a capable human be-
ing" In other diffe though
equally 'complex poitO
"His general personality traits
are not centraltaed and are
therefore Interchangeable," Mil-
ler said.
He predicted that Within IS
years the system will well
established, whhlab w climate
the large number of bimtitse i
industry who bhaI beame irus-
trated tr to ut*i a Job
hired tor la to* gl a-.y


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Meat 8tfn -.or. .- pii
Meat hw ha-
leU. Meat was first ral
hrch, 1940, at one*
worth a- i, "i
hatrch this yepr it U011tO
prZ'Or -pla
Ih pnce wortlh.',Tidihp, -P
W gets one lnshlBine
ion-, ..,e.d trMV o.W, --Re. |$

will', :
itain'
pre-warP,,&eat CO t
The ol Al tuo I
has comd ration n
the war a. BeaM :D s .. ,
Sloped and -.pptat* we. v. w-
trict -.g.tee..t l r ,, t. ..
Zge Aih.-,
SA BDton today gets feUl
aLmoutta of rationed goods onl
a week
Sugar, eight ouness; meat
one shilling sixpence' worth; Thisi.tseffodIn lMr
butter, four ounces; cooking E U5l
fat. two. ounces: margarine, tn by Mr. ttT.
four o baounces;con r Oc em e of" eglsu o
cheese, two ounces; milk, there. Mrf one. oM w iriti
pints for adults and three and ohinose pniIs eor
a half pints weekly for children o ou t thatr 't "e
bMetween the ages of five-d 18 oyner trto u
years old and a pint a day for trumMp rdW !tP,
children tinder five; soap. mak SWs. "
roughly a small tablet a week;
tea, two and a half ouces; In tday's ta,.& O
eggs are allocated; about one open. t tLhej of hii.t W
egg a week t theWtiter months wdn, 'ithe
and, between two ani thru n In '
the summer months. a led
FfA &Not Jiaton ed lsta t
A britqp Mw gets24 poi nta


poin; pound of. ri *&
npsat nd WOc
Cue o! the fewbe ,mk baf -t "e "t am
stuffs which bps never r a d
toned is fish. Cod, herrlna d hi .
sole are seen on a .riton't le
about few or five tmles a wek. If declarr counts hi teir h
Uhlte aeot European coun- ean se that heb has fI f dl
tried Britals has never ratioped mondsi two h ait, a he um
coffee. Thee always hls be mike ow s-ad rand l- b, w
plentiful supply of th beans three aadeatrlc. l oth i
throughout the war and the aloa thejarWek a dl
post-war period, the tri, thn arr ti
Sweet biscuits, certain tinned do is to ablish a club tric
vegetables and ita and con- which will give hbi his amedet
densd. and evorted milk ninth trick. -
are all on point" Jut a little question of rnteim
Oame,' such as u oose, poultry being the bdding and couln
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sYAo orn lC AXIOMAS T AORF1OhI
... m5EDIOrtA PANAMA AMiICA. A. DI. IE PM URMAL
SW adMoLLSesge ntmoo eA% earA *uoso ane CAi LL% H. NO. lb?
T ATERAMERICANA "a dds"d
SA drlmos de PlM iardk 4, as r log dPo Sle ba-

Sais' *1ltitmos tiempos ha adquirido actualiHdad mu a" "SS..IT ok
de.c1.d tostdo
Interamericana, arteria de comunica- Yt aw pre ede
g.e anadtiplicarh el progress de los passes qu de No e a trat de r isca s der en pole A
eatddo esti ablerta al trinsito internatio-. to:del M aW4sl..r F. FA n
produce en forms dcrte. iA I pl t os 1en
nlLt~emente, en los mesa anteriores, se ha Ia do Ram6 osa of i r Q;
M -i i Oa aw f asunto en diversos 6rganos de publ-l Lo coloseeiteam I Pe
tanto de los Estados Unidos corno de Centroe 6n.Y aber ee. .. dea en ma
S'PanamA. Y es que este afio de 1950 paUe tan dif icil el mI tealenbedo aq ut
Lead-ndo yuaS_ ""-q m
Kcomiderarte de extraordinaria hmportancia per dadel nte son l fothol p m te ba s
Iiaodear su teaf u +, r|loe
se espera que el Congreso norteamrlicauo flasry lao a edAverus".tJosua -. -, j t il de sut e I tios-
el proyecto relative a la Carretera Inter- tod a mm l nmuypm gt lea lo r lonaL Ad oW
a--secei6n de Centre Am rica PanamA obtetando, eto e o pr dhbesl' 1' 9"4* aat
ae ha side sometido a su consideraci6n por bre Me queden enobt, i p rlelma mA "- i
rkDopartamento de Estado. roems calvados". O betae... platd et- .St .,
Jo las reptbiUcas centroamericanas y le do Pa-m d b betos9 Obdts 40 Da. t lr d"B teInIaa
Pha causado esta noticia l6gico entusiasmo en- dad: menos vanidad ay min oe Ieoelni-n p i s dcon
as siuen de ceres el desenvolvintiuto de hay ma. quo ra. Y4r l rd6ne el c u an
"No hay mis qua uns, :Ad:tod40 .1 Arias. -
ationoms. Nuestro pals despleg6 actividade del hombre: ias exigenela ,a-es Un Lo .... 1 qu on
en relaci6niia tan important asunto en- magnifies fi : .eaplr0itul ,iikt. Do- i A uerlo I e re7 6 e Ro-e
c s negociaciones con las veins nation es to aen el emua o e mpuesto de i
lGCo spu-
=tsx con el prop6sito de coordinar en ia me-n autuba el Losotr epabsa n pos lW 41-
fe s poible un plan conjunto que tuviera r. el spirit. I..O n i es au1 i rag
con los Estados UniLdolapI fa-7 e a i lZft. t a, 6 7 a lra r .tRIdi &L D
para realbuarla hobag ela w os tanema. i p.ro- s .ig dejao a ad--"" :o
a s portp. r0Veneadlo I nVr nequs,,=0 ..5 *'..

S 1 Is do D lq*mbre del afle pasado la canel- to; M orq Rue _.5quo n e-oso d.t" oen s T en d
6 a .los repr at4s di- emiint ii.e. e so- W reroas pr-tendo tra Z bal de Po-
*an.(1d Sd.." to sate pro ; K. l.Nthiuh 42, TeL

dtoP O4e esto pass a una s C espir t P ro
toferenela n ar aqui econ el f sn ria n Mtests a To no busco
de que estos altos w aran a as, Von er atelgniULoge oas iS P0
clusiones cole'tivas en M Iq oSt dro quieo r2-ibi tato ,
Como es sabido, una ton's ..
X pe defa n d er* I olos
eas del asunto ha side la x d. b oecho Is .a .inomo.
do cads una do crepb d Ild6n spiritual del mun- Amsdsqera u dnooctor han
a, Bonduras, El ader, Nicaragua, oravistmo em cute trio Jo f45 -.anab...1s
Rica y PanamA. Por eso as que esta confe- vade usa dl n lreap4na ar oil ^ u ho .SSMlta
me ha considerado en los circulo oaaut:riza; e.Wm etart: % a mafU G V" --r h.u-
sumamtente ucesaria para que stpas- AaEst&o de Pal- r rVolvt dad. Ambesd hb
presented un .61 proyecto qua 16gicamen- "%a, mtoaos mis Impor- sobrI la sra Te-
rtari mayor Nitte* y uimpatla en el Con- tantes quIMa l1 Los. m dto- textua.
dos humanianl ides" 7 lea 1 tiel doctor
de los Estados Unidos. dan u valor real", es diarse in -
cmsde d tas rgstione gobiero de Pa- loWrto:, la ideoau las expose gurl eaG Inter- -s,

is oficiales-lo relati-ls tstmestiM. En i,.Matd. e aacre- "Los perlodlatog so + ', ,n.
h to tJs rnsordiarlos as ve, trabajadores
portunidad el lro did Tom I d l huma da. h rI a nft 6n no es,
a, vias 6]a capital de lostados Unidae y, aioms corrosIve: "S
mite que s inhumano hater nl .d te .unt atria. Ne- -.-
decla ciones publicadas, Ilevaba entqtras recaer sobre laos hlijos las fal- eCuitamltnun fue r- tplal, ann .
gs, la do gestionar n favor de la c retera ta los gpecadoa s del dre. r Latde qug t t lo..-"
Pero... No es todavia m in- meta -o .o.oas
nericana* human aprovecharse de sus porque- .ntwmqdo
na Is actualidad el sefior Presidente de la Re- blenes y do su fema?" me ej importatRe
A, Dr. Arias, ha manifestado a la prensa que justa rs quoa ma. llbert 01n Lesneer-
Asnt4lratando de negoci r i- Mi e!drallmeimo form ua- gadowi otras !-
olof. Ialmente, .A, *s lF IN no 7
i uannp enter :oftiade inLdepau-c,"
blceas ha hecho tambin alusiones a1 ram- ganmonea. d Gpro- rld oO.ast
pledad so dil 10, ma- el asvigila una
nide y bu .quo Wdrtd det
S de sperarse que estos deseq del gobernan- permitioeran or e jtm- je ueros,
,.PmxmAsoe cristalicen en proe realidad. En e nobl, q remt td v.e.m ,.M s utri-
anS rieiite mensaie nronuneiado ate el Congreso an en5tMp m- oode at aara nue0- S "


de lo- Estados Unidos el PreaidentoTruman se re-
firi6 a la importancia de la Carret a Interameri-
eana. Tode parece indicar, pues, qdt nuevos alien-
toe de vida estA recibiendo Is Idea altamente meri-
toria que tiene per objto realizar esta magna obra.
- Ojali la Cancilerla phnamela Ilevara la inicia-
tiva en este plan coletivo a que hemos hecho re
ferencia tanto para el logro de esta aspiraci6n-
que seala carretera interamericana--cuanto para el
prestigio national que so desprenderia. de una ac-
F. R j nteligente y soutenida en beneficio de estos


SAVISO DE REUNION DE ACONISTAS I


La sesi6n ordinaria annual de los accionistas de
EDITOR PANAMA AMERICA, S. A. se verifi.-
cari en las oficinas de dicha sociedad, Calle "H", No.
* 57, Ciudad de Panamai, a las 2 p.m. del
Lunes, 16 de Enero de 1950.


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CONCURSO DE PRECIOUS
La Secci6n de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio de
Hacienda y Tesoro recibira propuestas cerrad4a baita las
dis on punto de la mafianas del ia 1 de Ener6 dbl o eon
cumo. ptra el suminlrtro de OXIDO DI CALCIO Y CAR.
ONATO DE 8ODIO pars uso del Departamento de Inlgnie.
ria Sanitaria del Mnisterlo de Trabajo. Previsl6n a social
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I Crlo onero 10 de 1950. ro grad ds -do."
br, Urhtor do
ulaonsndeun eSantaeCristo do i
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panamefia Ie tributark unJa- o ao-.n tarde del,
MOtllo, c al"27 de los co- ,u uI a rue me Jo tunr EU P 4l 15 I W sits- hon.. do Ab ,ndo,
vendo refirlado eslitrellons- faciln oni n& su *w t& ? /,o-Al sa da del4-
lsv, quoenos eomplaae- plb+lco part aortroi pucel do bli da n n g- 50 cI
en baer oatsnab deuh._aci _,.._-.E..pfabllco .los at .._mibd.l
pasts amigo revst emplesdo. pObli dew dsd su- do trs .p. WIU_.C & !n4e .."
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SE VENDE
Autom6viUes
l VuNt:*-*P weo un- an uipidio
p- a0a UNDERSEAL u Covm.
S mride Il inadeCK n el deaugstw v
1- ies umaslet. Ecnl mleco.

it VlNDEw-Su e veo sumen-
Mrd waler mman* pintoade
s. p 0 pwruime-o ld oMbTloe. r.
Is 'so wetoss wi
e udo rr dceds t o uf liom
g l OAw. TtROPIDURA Ale.-

VE ENDE----luek" DyMeflow modolo
'4;a excelentes condiciones Im-
L. 1? poagos. 2 puertas. azul as-
Irabondas blaicas, 2 uegaos de
cubreasieritos bloncas y radio. Casi
l nuev. Venta motivado ppr viaol
Llame a Lastra 2529.
33 VENDE:-Carro Ford 41. *n rnuy
., nae condlciones, con derechos
pag,- Talifano 357, PanoamA.
_.E VENDE:--Comi6n de 1 'Va to-
nelada, nuevo, equipado con ca-
rrfceri para reparto. Ave. Peru


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SE NECESITA SE VE
.Dom tb o, .
SE' NECESITA:-LGeinrp,. okinento Mi ll "I t
pora cocinao. quo iepa su oflt I Otm-e o
Debe tender referencies. Donflr on LOTES,-Em t
el empleo. Ocurro calls 39 No; II El Conrele.
SE NECESITA:--Empldeod paremco Trn atmce a
cinar, lavor y plorchar. Buen redti- y c
sueldo. Avenlda Chile No. 24. EDIFICIOS do m
finally '
SII ICESITA: CqCIHMAA COM- ACC p, ao a
PITINTI. Bueo suelMe. bDrmirilsL d rW
em ca. Ave. M6ite No. I2 5 imdlohm
SE NECESITAs Cptoera come. pisoiilst e t y zid
tented. Calle 43 No. 21, altoi. ase, onIt if pimIiS
-- --- -T r6 psfl pM C
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinera y No. 22. Ples te Stse
muchacha para cuider una nifa. del Cale Corn -Coe.
calle 38, No. 22. GAN.AI Pr. clo .
-,-GANGAI Precio de queme
SE NECESITA:-Empleado para dor- Bellea. muy blu silU
mir en coso. Colle 46 No. 19. al primer que legyu IJ
Apto. 3, Bella Vista. n el tellfono 7.1 ..,
SE NECESITA:-Una cerguera res- SE VENDE:-Chalet an aEl yV-oJn
ponsable, con experlendio. Debe former Tel. 927-B.
tonenr buenos reponeodeclones. 5VE !-r mt-l e
uen sueldo. Calel co 52. SE VENDE:-Por motlvo dl, 14.t
Buen sualdo. Cll. S ca 52.- restaurant en luger cintcul!.'tn
SE IqECESITA:-Emple.ae que duar. acreditodo. Magnilfico '. Aei
me eon el empleo. Colls 48, Bella dad. Ocurra calle 15 Oste No.
Vista. casa 2 apaortemento 2. 69.


vIND!-.earrO uldsmobile edoni
M od 1930 en perfectas condicio- SE NECESITA: Empleode, oflclas
W a moinicos. Acuda a Sro. Dib- dormsticos, honrado y simple, que
SCA/ Cardoze & Lindo, S. A duerma en case. olle lI. Pereiil
Avi. Ancon No. 88. No. 20 Apto. 3.
9 VENC:--Chiva Chevrolet '41,' "
rocl n rad. opera re vis- PERSONALES
Pr0r .de oratenderla. BOrrigdo qr N
(,Apm ras e,11114. 202. aoartomento -
0'-.*t2 0 m SE DESEA quo el Sr. Adribno Morel
..-._*,_, -- Cpose par Ia oficin .*1 Sr. Dariz
SVEN Dodge Command Carrillo po *a tretar eiTuntml im-
En pertfalt sdiclones. Coas portontei.
5-D, lo -toldfon 2-3582. ANTONIO S. IA5 agents
i0 hlro Si lig iftler (Mufflers) exclusive de la Editorial Goadi l
F Frd y Mercury 1949 1950 Porto IU.T.E.H.A.)1 a*uncla el
A*' -Mb-t-Nonltorstaoj, S. A. troslado de sta eiailn jtk ce)ej
Telfno 3925 5o. No. 24. Plaza de. o Cedral .
Ave. J. Franciscodeojoa.ps No. 21
SE VENDE:-Camltahi ealod T947 7 l
18,000 minas; Ship Service Officer
Naval Air Station. Coco Solo. Zo- ,:
no del Canal. So recibridn oforta'
bajo propuestas selloados hasta e'
Jueves 12 de Enero. NECESITAMOS:-Una seeterle, Im


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.IM,(SCK .\NK 'S
kI SE ALQUILA: Para construcc,6n.
tractores, D2, D4, D6, gruos, bom-
L bos de agua., compresares de alre
Lloma al 2831 CONSTRUCTORA
MARTIN. S. A.

VSE VENDE






I.'-flio VIler Celiao Final. B o.
i' de dl Pan5ma-A rice, Par-


Acclanes de Crmesto.
RabaesMiM 2414
P PB 2 Enero No. 1.
1947 Indian Chief
candiciones. Boratisirma.
as 0129. Morgarita.
SNZ--Casitas militares, (41-
pad elmaene, olleres, ton-
zinc, modera, tuberia. Viejo
rador. Solicite par Arrocho.
~ ENDE:--Cansta para dormir
9 P B.6.00. Tina para bor'iar
S.4.00. Coll. 39. No. II.
S ENDE:-Barato, un radio Spar-
ton, con teca discos. Informed en
Colle Io. Perry Hill No. 14, Apto
/ l.a 9.
3 VEI4DE:-Slla Barberfo, calente.
l or deo "oallo, informs R. Bus-
Stamante. Avenida A. Camo 60 al-
Sto, telitono 2549. Poerimr.
E VENDE:--Mezcladora de concro-
to casi nuevo, 3 1-2 pies cubicos
marco "Ronsome". Valor B.300.
; Muebleria Tropical, calle 18 Oeste
-No. 17.
SiVENDE:-Mant frescoa. cobad,
i de Ilegar. B.25.00 q.q. El Moline
Crollo. Ave. B No. 61.
* 5 VENCE:-Sierra de cinto "Croft-
man", 10"., refrigorodoar, luego d
laza paro 8 persons, con disenos
dorados. Esquina de caoll Tercera
y Avenidao 5o. Case 10,' San Fron-
Sisco.
U VINDI.-TrIej doe t' e -
tW,0 "doe y 0 0.81l6= Y tr0-
I a Goie a jigee' eMtt*
6 meks. Vey leo ae, o em-
le A. ve"du n M09 Ce.-

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menos de 35 oaos y voriel ofici-
nistos. Ocurron de 4 a 5, Avent-
do Peron, 25. oficin I1.


SE NECESITA.-Secretaria: con e-
periencio trabojos de oficina Ingl6s
espaool. F. ICAZA Y ClA0 Ave-
nida B 79.
SE NECESITA:--Cajeras quo sepon
hablar singles en el "Louisiana"
Cocktail Lounge, Central 177, Tel
3334.


SE DESEA'-Un buen pintor y saca-
dor de golpes. Trabaio par comi-
si6n. Para el Taller Sabonas.
La Jvyerig AMERICA. Call. L No. 1
frernte Lesseps, necesito agents
.,..vesndodor- para su gran Club de
. aya. COMPRAMOS ORO.

SE ALQUILA


Si VINDI: Loate n Nu levo
.Visto. 640 M2, c
piano. $8,000.00. T oean lz t
en El Cangrojo. desde B.450'M2.
Reero e MMd 2471.
2 de Enero No. ,
SE VENDEN-Lat: o en "El 'Can-
grejo" desde 0.5,600. S l U'tl-
noe la mitad del valor de su cdns.
trucci6n Ie financlaremo es*" reieta
hasto que lto hipotoeque al banco
Tel. 2574-L.
SE VENDEN:-Lotes an Via Perros y
Son Francisco, desde 0.3.50 hosted
B.6.50, y oa plaza. Tel. 2574.L

#. VENDE:-Terreno de 1.000 Mts.
i.,n El Valle, calle principal, es-
quirfa de la escuela. Tel. 3416.

SE VENDE:-Residencia en El Valle.
completomente amueblada, refri-
eradora pionto elictrico, 3 rec,-
mares, agua del acueducto, tqdes
las comodidades modernos. Voala
en El Valle frmnte entrada Hotel
Ponamericano. "Quintandino".


SE VENDE:--Terrens, piano, 27.00OOC
metros cntrico del valle, en froe.
te Calle Llena Grande, detril Rio
Ant6n, entire Hateles de GrMe y
PanAmericano, excelente paro firn-
co. piscinao, tender todo e frte,.
prect gang '30" Ne, .,rI.te
a Rocker, Box 373. lbda eighthi
a telifano Balboa 2323.

VINDO: P 3.4.0000. Late de
terreno on cfretere de Copira
a Carmelto b .lf5 200
metros de fm-
nente. "
Intormeae: LU. I. 1. pt Grow,
Tol*fouo .84.


t CSm VINDO:-Por 1.4.000.00 precioso
fincea n fel Heoe-Voldow caso do
SE ALQUILA:-Chalet de dos rec-. 8 cuorto; denomnih, a '"Htel
mars. salo. comedor. cocina, ser- FORIDA". TamMSn "s ernenda
vlc.io. poorh rage. Clle 5a par trees mess. "
Porque Lefevre No 14. Informed Informii6n: Lk. I. LUpea 6.,
llam. oa Sr. De Le6n. en Taller Telfoeao t6.
Henry J. Young. I
SE ALQUILA:--Cholet do un dormli- VENDO: Par 1.15,000.00 Chalet do
torio en San Francisco a 840.00 | concrete do 3 rechmaors, sole, co-
Informes: Calle Etrudiante No. 79 i medor. cocina, garage, 2 soviclos.
Opertemento No. 3. I vcuorto con servicia. Inforwcdi6n:
J .,_ -Lk. I. 6pes Gren, Oflcl st A j del
J AtLQUILA: Residenci ean los etigue edifklelo I CobbMe. Teot .
Altos del Golf. de cuatro recama-
ros, solo, comedor, dos b.a.os pr-n- -
cipoles. porch, cuorto de servicio aVND0" Por 1.20.00.00. Lote
y su boAo, garage y lordin. corn- de terreno de II Heatreas con
pltamente omueblada. precio B 400 metres de front, corritera
250.00, informs Tel. 348 de 5 Tronsistmico, con casm de concre-
p. m.a 7 p. m. to. Acepto permute sabre lote on
El Congrejo a sobre Chalete.
SE ALQUILA:-Chalet de tres recd- Infanemiele : Lie. I. LApes Gre,.
moras con cuarto para empleado Telafene 94.
con servicios y garage par B.125.
00. Casa No. 8. calle 30 Este. 0- SE A
curro personolmente a I calle M ISCELANEA
Be. No. 1II. I

SE ALQU I LA PLYWOOD DE CABA ORGULLO
r.,a LA IN STRI A ACIONAL
r .s Th o 7' 4' 8'. d V


SE ALQUILA:-Por B.25.00 mensual
cuorto c6modo, amueblado. fren-
to lineaos de buses. Calle 15 San
Francisco No. 3.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amueblado
servicia de aseo. cornodidad. hm-
pieza. Calle Colombia No. 8.
Apartomenta 5.
SE ALQUILA Cuarto amueblado
para caballero. Entrada Indepen-
diente. Calle 2.. Perry Hill No
15, Apto. 6.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omueblado.
No. 20.000 y $25 00, Avenida
Ernesto T. Lefevre. Parque Lefe-
....se1 1..u. az..1


ede.-, vre. cosa 32 DUS azul.
Comas plegobles de mal. -----------
con calch6n... B3.8.95 CECILIa MORENO
Cones de barrotes gruesos de Norla. Pdblico Trreero del Ciruilto de
P"n-mb., eoq crt le de ifdo idenld perso-
3; plteos con colch6n. .. 1 1.95 namero 47-1d82.
Siltos plogables de metal.. 1.95 CERTIFICA-
Sillas giratorias para escrato- HQuo i Ifior, HUMBERTO CAR-
I 9 VAJAL T DEMETRIO COSARAQUIS,
ritO. .......... 9 han deelarado disueltl p Ilouldeda is
dlIls de extensi6n modera.dura 6.95 ioeiedad collective do comerelo eonali.
5m plegables pora patiOs tulda per ello. p denomlnada "CARVA-
de madera y lona en colors 4.50 JAIL (,COARAQUIS. COMPARIA LI.
MITADA". e Inernts I Tomao If do
dws d compalno .... .. 5.50 Per.s.on. Merantil. Folio 419. Aslento
MianS plgaobles do mrdero.. 1.95 41848. rn el Reilstro PAblico. urdan-
a buena 750x20.. .. 6.95 do a c ar salve entire *I con motive
s buenos 900x20, 5 95 de dlc.e disolelO6n y lilutdande y he-
esbuenos 900x2 5." clendo constatar qua Is menclonada o-
buenas 900x6.. .. 4.95 cledad ma tteU pealso de ninguna ee.
;i C anisrelo. grande Cham- peo*e.
la. 7 I/2 H.P. en per. Tado le eal enet m l Fserimre
41e condclonw s .. ....395.00 he 4 do I de doKeen, Id 1c0, arg
....s 3 ondlde eM la tet.aa c sq esrero.
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dependlentemen.t iuilknd& a
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SEFJORA deume empleo, dome com-.
IRnol. Institutrix Itglem o. alum.
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Co'6n.

SE COMPRA :-.-4 PRITO >Derre.
tidol. do pOrlner colided. o B.0.1 3
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SE ALQUILA-Apartementos de uno
v dos reeomAaros, con bafto, cocl-
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magnifica ventleacl6n. Desde B
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of at teo, ,maestro Her- y Debrovein pars las-u ". en1 Wm UUIUW ",'.-
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r4o Jaroff. cuya per- cledad Muslcal iDanMtt4n'poa uSna de salto cOa ft
I. altgularisima afade traiga a eqtos artists nruq : justas atl6tlcas de lb.
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SWte extraordinario. rada de 1950. Bn eats misma me celebrarA In i Mc i d'
,. temporada tendreipos, al a n Square Garden el 28 de
gn peri6dleo neoyorki- pianista Claudid Arnr. l Jo Richards ha ganado My
Ja dicho que los diplo- violinists Menuhim Z Helletz, to de alto cn garrocSp t
s9Praos van y vienen de a la ballerina espanola Ms- to trees aflos donsecutivoe _
ti los Estados Unidos; riemma, con un conjunto de ra quse partiipen onet
tae artistaa que consti- primena clase. eIonr ma prom ne
ql.conjunto de los nCosa- tadores de grrocha do IS
rDlp continian afio tras Es que la Socledad Musical del Pacifico Bobby Smi
abandoner America, Daniel sabe escoger su rtts- Coleigo deo-.n D .i i
msu. magnificos con- ta: no se detlens p d M ontgomery donia IUeorge
L Is alguno. La entidad q~e tie- do California t GeorgeBASSM
ne aqui por representante a asen de Oreg6n., .
programs constant de Herbert de Castro trabaja con ,
H parties: en una inter- un alto sentido de arte. AnlUados patL 'i
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an mathz de admiraci6n organlzacl6n del reflejo. Hay seball Amateur de la Po
idsa. Y en eae matiz, m : la literature es comO at de PanamA en los nltd m a ,
dfloadn humans, estA so dijera la parts del artessno, cuyos juegos han tenido los.s-
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trumentos 6 ingredlentes es ne- Sabado:-
.tertl e al arte sus pen- cesarlo trabajar. La literature. Aztecas 13-Chesterflettll5
,IMC .diMfanos. "L a en sl no cream, pero anrve para Domingo:-
rete ori-, -que lo que-ta-'lrTg teS elWir#A Pinocho --Caje "'..
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LA MEJOR PELICULA MEXICANA DE MIKHOS AsM!
TENGO UNA FAMA INMERECIDA DE ESCRITOR INMORAL, INMERECIDA,
PORQUE NO SOY INMORAL.
iQUIEN ES MAS INMORAL?
Il.autor, que en un instant de un libro, por una necesidad imperiousa del, 'l mspunm
p Jleve detalle realist, o los que, al leer el d-talli, se forjan enseguids uns sere de esce-
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mil6n, de nada valdrf I 'i
lldaridad professional, A* a
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