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 Material Information
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: 1925-
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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00987
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In a sw-ephiM der, issued todqy, P onom6 City Mayor Angel yV Mo
banned aHl oerg6aM d activities in the capital to proven a further sp t
V MidMs' decree prohibits practically all Carnival festivities, imcll,
rade, public, meeting g, organized dances in the open-air "toldoe," poIle,
residences, cantinas, beer gardens, private clubs, hotels, and other social cenlfl .


Last. Chace'


Korea Peace

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W C MBi, Jan.,12 (UP).
han ceh fve-pftt
0*05!_'r leoge for Korn,
schuied for over-
rovaMl n use United
Comm-ttee
toda. TheCommit-
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Sto put the plan be-
enommunist re-
Alaw,. I .. namwamesented


The decree also bans, as of
today and untW further notice,
all religolu .processlox, cil-
dren's cateclm, and l public
meeting sdf. a postal or civic
nature.
Tose vtiolatta the decree will
e 1ubj1t to fine" rom
Secret and Ndtio'aW Polee were
urged by the Myor to exercise
the utmost diligence in seeing
that provllans of the decree
at observed.
The Maor tsated in the de-
cree that the astian waUbUein
taken la view of the bh2 num-
ber of ItIlan polio cags (1i
to dt, IldIuin x deathal
and. buame the rate of the
dieass paead was following a
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The mMan aid that the
some% .Mi ed 40,000 toni of
coal a.lai t Berlin daily
from the Ruhr, could make a
long detour 4 Hamburg, but
tIa h'thad imed that route
was bloode ire. Hi the big
blockade the. o64et also used
"repufrs" am cuse .
ORoutine Check' Halts
Can Fer Search By AF
Guards At Albrook.
A.."rou'l, property obheck,"
Was givfntoday by an Air Force
sPOkesmta the reason why


ei were required to
lN of their cars for
Was begun during
m and continued
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op with radar o fight
g~ I d in all weather.
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policyy In theme
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nance the coat


He ptoited out that during
World War I defend inpes a
tures rose tw about ar.est of
the total united Mtat oni-
trial output, and d -that O
light the preseIt ,PkwUn Is
"very subtantially o r
quirements Imposed by full-sle
-war."
He emphasized that d t
price-wage c o n t. O1 belu
higher taxes and credit control
are mandatory In the fight
against Inflation.
Zonions 'Freeze'
As Mercury Drops
To 66 In Morning
The mercury dropped W tile
lowest point in k )yan at
Balboa Heights Fi r wtb a
minimum of 6W at I, .. to-
day, according to l ameacn
from the MeteorolW fl d
Hydrographic Dan* t sI-
boa Heights.
nThe temperature hbd not
been so low since Jan. m, 'lu,
and was only thoe 'deg"es
higher than the lwese BXU-
mum In the 45 yean A which
have been kep .*t aLVA
Heights, 03 degrees an h& 27,
1910.
The lowest tempetu -ever
recorded In the .-Z'.ne
was 59 degrees at Mi tis {am
In F eb. 19 .4 o -
Minimum mldI
14-hour period fram .
-day morning to the
Friday morning w= At
at Balboa Height.'
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3e. Maek ar he
ended to talk-agin4t long
,ion the prog Th, appI
ently meant not recent
ItlinstructloMs f the Kre
Un and until arrive he
t be aut ed eer to fik
amcept or reject te plan.

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OSLO, Norway, Jan. 18 (VP
General Eisenhower arrived
Oslo today from Copenhgen.
His plane landed by InstruvBt
after circling the snow-covered
field for 15 minutes.
In Denmark yesterday he
heard what he believed to be a
heartfelt plea for European de-
fensat te at the be ver.
(Denmark,. though smail Is
strategically one of the most Im-
portant Atlantic Pact mmbenrs
because of Its peninsula which
straddles the sealanes f r o m
whtch Russia would dispatch
submarine fleets.).
A Danish official said the Elbe
defense line would put the
country "geographically on .the
right side." What he meant was
that the abandonment of Ger-
many would leave Denmark wide
open to conquest.
But Denmark as a nation of
4,000,000 will offer little besides
her geographic position.
he has only a 14,000-man
army, a 600-man air force, and
a 3,000-man navy but could
mobilize 300,000- In an emergen-
cy.
She Just Can't
Stay Away
On her fourth charge of re-
turning to the Canal Zone since
44, 2-year-old Maria Rodri-
gues was k in the hands of
the Canl zone law gain today.
The young woman, also known
lvaaOn com MrndI o n o n



vagran and one of petty lar-
.-ay MEW ha: served seNate
to lM1 month en Cee

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in tis year ymhic na seen an
incildence of epidemic propor-
tionla the Canal aone and has
afflicted Army perso~anl in
many Instances.
a Ve Mindes also pointed out
Mtht .n uber of newspapers In
the tal have been urging
such action for the past week
and that he felt the measures
necessary In view of the fact
that a number. of adults, a well
as chlldren,-have been stricken
with the disease.
The Mayor's action came on
the leels of an appeal made
yesterday by the Republic's
Chief Health Officer, Roberto
Sandoval, urging that more dras-
tic measures be taken to avoid
further spread of the disease,
particularly with regard to the
Carnlvkl celebration scheduled
for Feb. 3-6.
However, Vega Mdndez told
The Panam American this
morning that he was not con-
templating .losing bars, beer
gardens, clubs, etc., either now
or during Carnival. Private In-
dividuals will be able to attend
such plces. but no organized "
festivities will be permuted.
'The Mayor also stated that
he was taking no action to halt
athletic activities such as or-
ganized baseball and horse rac-
ing -at the present time- but
that such steps mighL be taken
at a later date If the polio epi-
demic Increases in intensity.
Tickets On Sale
For CZ Cops' Boll
Tickets for the 13th annual
ball to be given March 16 by
the Pacific "& branch of the
Canal Zone Police Association
are now on sae. The annual
ball will be held again this
year at the Unidn Club in Pa-
nama City.
The ticet. at $l each, ad-
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that, 'om hing culd
over a night." n
a Navy spokesman MM t-
that, "Something could
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ford, former command a.i
United States 7th ee
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RATION'S CHOICEST BEEF Lloyd Robinson, 19, of Bil
S Jring, Tex., proudly shows oft his granj champion steer, "Bag
lring Special." and the blue ribbon whicH was presented by Jess
S Aarews, right, president of the International Livestock Show in
Chicago. itobinson's steer won prie money of $117S.


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. boA t The.e Intimate
Physical Facts!
.any young women, like
etwr own daughter, still
don't reslj how important
f,' douching with such an ef-
7e' fective product as ZONITe
often is to womanly health
rbd happiness. Such ignor-
ance of cleanliness has de-
stroyed the romance of many
a marriage.
Plain water or weak home-
made mixtures of sait and
water do not and can not
give the great germicidal
and deodorant action of
ZoNITE. No other type
liquid antiseptic germicide
for the douche of all those
tested is so pouer/ul yet so
sale to delicate tissues.
Zomrrs positively contains
so carbolic acid, no mer-
eury. no phenol. You can
use ZoNrC as directed as
ftSen as necessary; however,
make a regular habit of using
it two or three times a week.
ZoUITS helps guard against
Sifection.. kills all germs
m contact and prevents
hm from multiplying. Help
keep your marriage beauti-
fal with this modern way
y personal daintiness. Buy



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Warn Of Dreaded

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May Have This Dread Enemy el
Handsome Teeth, Healthy Ores
If your toothbrush warns of
bleeding gums, take action,
for this may be a sign of
Pyorrhea that leads to soft
shrunken gums and loosen.
ing teeth that must be pulled.
See your dentist regularly
and make Forhan's care a
twice-a-day habit at home. By
using Forhan's For the Gums,
you can brush your teeth to
new brightness and lustre,
massage your gums to healthy
firmness and hardness. For-
han's is the ONLY toothpaste
that contains Dr. R.J. Fprhan's
special anti-pyorrhea astrin-
gent.
Take care of your teeth and
gums NOW the easy Forhan's
way. Buy a tube today-brush
and massage your wgy to
dental health.
"Brush your teeth with it"

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Ma e in sdbose and.their twm
Arrives Th. and Talbot Line's P. dyes-
Crist6bs' & T.Pat der is arriving Mon- daCristobal and
day in Balboa from the U. 8. andU t o without ok-
Canadian West Coast with gen- oK .
Jan. 9 eral cargo and lumber for the .. .
Sian. 16 Isthmus. She will discharge In
Jan. Bal3boa. btLt
. JanL iS The veewl is en route to Bue- erUero de Campo
nos Aires, via West Indies and nd ldren are arriving
Caribbean port. V, laValparalso aboard
Local agents are W. Andrews t]a bara of the Grace -EL-
Arrives and Co. l* .4 the wue and tam-
SC--, k l aOmnwp, head of
CrIst6bal standard OU Man Ui t. ajtary mission to
Sallin for West Coast .They will leave the 1
_Feb. 4 Don Cameron of Esso Standard a t a here to connect Min- AN
.Feb. 4 Oil's Panama office is sailing to- b inoer the Salvadorean a-
..Jan. 14 day aboard the Johnson Line'sI e a OT
.Jan. 21 Paraguay for vacation in Califor- ...
..JIan. 28 .
R jo Group
5roup Meetings F*ures C. Burke
Seattle A special meeting of the Rio As Guest Speaker
Seattle Abajo Industrial Group will oe
ebile. held Monday. Jan. 15, at 8 p.m., G N Burke, director of the
passenger. at the residence of Louis A. "in- Pan- i School of Com-
do. No. 10 Calle Estudlante, me M speak n 'ECONO-
All members are requested u = U'flOO Sunday, Jan. 14,
attend. Important decisions will 4 p. M. Nazarene School-
be made. room,- Nod. 521, 9th., Street, Rio
b mAbbaJ. -
Col6n 20 IN AND OUT, IN AGAIN Brte tenisv expert- LLI 00MI
FORT WORTH, Texas (UP)- onesI w field both ua a
Philip Evans, 22, a self-styled teat and Wifth actual practice
"drifter," was arrested and Jailed in ,tlg o. He will have a' lot wwit
because he didn't register for the to N' n this timely topic, es- M
Draft. He volunteered for the peetOlly f thi new year.
1Armn, but went back to jail be- The Aft Abajo Cultural Group iT
cause recruiters refused to ac- offers new information at every
cept him. meeUnS for the benefit of all.
offet the for thih stan year willow
rw1a1 offer th samu high standard of N,


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The public is cordially invited.



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o0Au & /-/ .n South's bidding," request a T"99 17-
doston reader. -An you.KOMI.
dtus is a verge $taid and
city. I could not j bl
what 1 think of South's ildd *g,
but perhaps you as a Texan oiW
* Pan American leads will be less inhibited. rd ARIS
the way to Chicago with "West opened the Jack of W
the lowest pricesand spades, dummy covered with the
the lowest price Oandm ing, and EasL won with the ace. MILO
fastest service. Only;Z1., East laid down the ace of dia- 00
hours separate you froin monds' cashed the queen. 9
2 spades, and gave his part'.M.
the Windy City your spade ruff. West obed FOR
PAA DC-6 leaves To-a cashed the k of diaraoUA
men daily at 2:20 AM mond gave hru. partner a di-
and your Delta Air Lines "East next turned hisa atten-
DC arrive in Cha ton to theheearts, leading low v FLINT
DC-6 arrives in Ch p to West's ace. West returned a
at .-1:56 PM (CST) the heart to East's king, thus strip-
very same day. Yes, ping South's hand of everything --, r
tht's ut the trumps. When at now "V'
at's right-ths.Fi t ledi a spade through, West wasA"
Class service means sure of two more trump tricks.
you -fly Deluxe South ruffed with the queen,
oDC-'s u l the wk but West carefully refused to )
DC4's uthe .wf! over-ruff.
"South, my partenr (as you
may have guessed), cheerfully
observed that we were not vul-
nerable. This was small consola- I
tion, since the opponents had J
scored 900 points on a hand
which they might not have bid
to game. Even If they had bid
game, they might not have
made it. Even had they made
game, It would have been worth
only about half as many points.
riLUvr E FsT "Will you take over now?".
DELUXE T My Boston friend s ehin th
times. It's a good many years OLI muARIIINNfi Hst .
CLASS SER CE since weshot a bridge player for
making a horrible bid like that
overcall of South's. I wouldsA10 Ms~W K AV MMS
the odds are about even -ttO 114 tAILUgo AaGAI
only $1 8 10 kind of bid In Texas and t AWVDe AtI FROt DAIY S
tell the tale. CGo DlOaRING /' HOT POT
There is, of course, no possible -. WAri4EM sR T ET.PEC.T
excuse for such a bid. With IMPORTA1T T LETTERS,
THRIFY TO XIT average luck. South can expect WH MUST SHEALWAS'
to win about four tricks. Why ET '(Iet Ee AhM'
S A C C sh aould he make a bid that Calse Is3 ( FOR MV ,
CLAS J KRVIC for eight tricks? South has no .MAR'rTM
reason to feel that he is indicat- M
in a favorable lead. With both
only $ 1i3 U w ay red queens In his hand, he
should be perfectly willing tor
North to make a normal opening
lead if West plays the ha liz-
no-trump.
CAolr g or There is some point is wk-
-. Ing a dangerous over to
Ar m dlcatE the qnly pooilie
16ad: or if th nsin
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SIvted. There will?
mtrrfte of 26 cents pine 7Keflt
&^nights Play. P~u' fr
top core will b hwI-
4 it the end of play or qe vw
t bf the tournameonta,
: adaoy are .hR-
ii hby &*Pesoimno mad MIU.
.itehefnen of toef; o
lorganlzatlon.
w t tournament l Ult
SThm r ppley, Mrs "o
w rid F.rank Riter.
vpattlthnta may regs _a_ with
gt, of the following menbets .
tiEX8lt~tee: Mrs. Prank Lner,
iilbcf' 120, Mr's. Dorothy Moore,
ikioa274. "Mrs. Robert J.
INtiui, Bjboa 2596. Mrs. James
Liafl~ep4p574, or Mrs. CarlWs-
S p41*, Or they may wrfte to
Peigolano, Box 1648. balboa.
14j-1s medley, care of The
It American. Panmam t.
re P." '.-.
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9, Opening of 1
citation; 10, lOg
tion Reading: 11,
Jng; 11:45. Cons
iary.
On Sunday at].
Parish will rece
union in a bed
Mass. Immediate
Mass there will
in the parish hall


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Society. r -.
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Reception of new mu g- WIi
take place on the *bt
the 14th at 5 p.ma. I 1t
Theater GinidH Jm
Cast For Neiw y
The Theater OuUR aue
the following east It. t
cominR production, t
Mite": Larry tBreie.G Ay,
cock. Amy S a
Jack Meehan. tder
wood. 0. R. Bobe t UIDI1.
J. B. Clemmonas, Roy u,
James Adamson and albh inao,
as a result of try-outs held Wed-
nesday evening at the back.
"Two Blind Mide" le'5 tiree-
act comedy by Samuel ipewack
concernln ROovernment fed tape,.
It will be directed by Oracelyn
Johnson.


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. "~r iiri t one out of every five-own televteio' sets, according
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. l-(mographlcally, with northeastern states tir in the lead. In
Sthbt petlio urban areas (where most TV. stations are located)
,..doma..ate and so more than one of three fiaiUies owns sets.



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ekwbdb paid out. bhuu~daI a'veul And there are
new featutuaa~Ig' ~# tear ~wiudow
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Comeback This Season
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*, Tenn:, Jan. 12 (UP) daughter Gene, 1, and Shea, an
Gene Bearden says he's older son.
t of a comeback in a Bearden started his career at
on uniform with his Memphis prep schools from 1936
iiason since 1948" when he to 1939 as first baseman.
Cleveland to an Ameri- Doc Thompson Prothro, former
e pennant. Philadelphia Phillies manager
year, the 200-pound six brought Bearden Into the money
ree Bearden was the hero game.
Bland successes. Bearden started at Moultrie,
with the Senators, Bear- Ga., in 1939, later at Miami
aysY: [Beach, Atlanta, Augusta. Ga.,
Slike my pilot Bucky Harris Minghampton N. Y., Newark, N.
I'm confident I'll make a J. Oakland, iCeveland, and now,
ebaek." Pwith the Senators.
b his best season with the
n Bearden won 20 and I m
against Boston to give a C.S.....or
aneld the pennant. B By~d NERTO TRORNE
the World Series. Bearden The Monticello Softball League
ed in a 2 to 0 triumph in offered more exciting g entertain-
SNo. 3, then did a neat relief ment as Phil Walker s Steers fell
clinching the sixth game before Karl Holder's Radio Corp-
that the Boston Braves, oration. Gerald Dudley, who per-
Bearden doesn't want to formed mound duties for R.C..
bout that season. held "Babe Ruth" Phil Malgolm
All that was nice, but It's this hitless for three attempts. Peter-
r that counts." kin's 2-4 batting average was tops
following his 1948 success, for the winners. Holder led for
rden won eight and lost eight, the losers with 3-4.
miserable d r o p. attributed The crowd applauded as Earl's
mostly to a back Injury. moUind conferences resulted in
,Bearden failed to take a turn flashy defensive plays.
Sthe mound for the first 6o Radio Corp. 210 020 0-5 5 2
by in 1950, and there was talk Agenc. Steers 000 010 0-1 8 2
dissension between earden -
d the front office. In mid- It's baseball time in Canal Zone
son he was claimed via the Local-rate Schools and L.B.O.H.B.
Liver route by Washington, will make the trip to Mt. Hope to-
ing the year with five morrow to meet S.C.H.J. in the
s and eight defeats. High School League opener.
garden feelrthat he is in ex- Captain Alfred Farrell disclos-
shape. It has been early ed that his starting pitchers will
I 'arlv to rise 'or him this be either Harry Cummings or Ed
plenty at ho ptin and Gooding. His power hitters-Jim-
e, plus cofitderable leg my Charles. "Bikes" Parris. and
| up and down Teftnemee "Lucky" Lloyd-provide ample
defense in the infield. Behind the
in great mood for spring plate we'll see shuffling Leonard
," he said. Gittens.
9-year-old Bearden la a When the umpire yells, "Play
fe Lexa. Ark. When not In Ball" Cap Farrell will step up to
Jtogs, he lives here with the plate. Then Silver City had
sad two children- better "look out !"


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at odm tiea, there s edull n
cotinuomus ce, the cuse can ery
S oftM be tneaed to the kidneys. Them
Svital organs shold Selter pussoma of

tMdM mrinue s W mlem san
Y OUigs l PI* Wit'sy have a c lefganing
I !. I^y r dmflfdpl Mingo fItamlewrml
\ a4a sti as thes ~e Ways -eos o
MkIa e"e .. e upMaet m eoa e -
essiplte lsstte to- aiheche fserers whohave
CIACHI fend sei Wl ge 0D Wit's Pills yes
g wowld Mralise aat et r MMy ao be
Mama Why ---t-L-. h ftr p
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WtSdo Brown

Toe MN t Ray Powell
AGIgon Wttffqo-Brownhbas ben
hp b the Teorr a Promot g
Ito sbstitute for the
te tMe Bckylm" oMsay
latt .ay a welll Jan. Sl at the
PanamA National Gymnasium In
the tena-round main event.
Powell. a Negro fighter from
the U.S.A., is expected to reaeh
the Isthmeswnet Monday. He Is
rated a good journeyman fighter
and recently ran up a big win- e
ning streak that caused him to Thet
hit the headlines. T. e "
Another good fight on the Jan. l I"t
21 card sla the special six-roander in,,A,
In which the present sensation,, 111M 4
Lionel Peralta, takes on Al WEbb
at 135 pounds. 1
Two four-rounders round out the' N
the program. James Milton and 1131ny?
Willie Pep II will slug it out in awe be
the first one at 126 pounds. Uncle:
The other four-round contest in 100,
will bring together Edgar Miller Ing 8smo
and Baby Patrol at 116 pounds. The eolt
General admission for the show mare
will be only $1 (one dollar). Joe Col
.-.----- ander
Battle
Rae"s .
stakes, a
money. I
er
S1t ing
their on


NEW LOOK--Joe Louie Wr-
Ing the latest fudlon tn dtt,
was dowa to 10 pouawaen
he stopped Freddie


Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKERR"
1-Casablanca Fulmlne
2-Hercules Peua411
3-La Espafiola a
4-Villarreal Julito
5-Rose Hip The Daub* (e)
6-Blumaha PMquea
7-Vermont Manhattan
8-Phoebus Apollo Linney Head
9-Pergamino Terry J.
10-Lacey Home Comforts (ei
11-Hortensia Golden Tip
ONE BEST-Phoebus 4pllo.

DUKE DECADES
College Park, Md. Intercol-
legiate boxing has been a major
sport In Maryland for 30 years.


Vomyear-oi
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and gow
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MKtle st

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WM& $54,

114 won
38160, s
nd never
3 earne

States at
ly meeting


ti To Shoulder T
mr's Experimental
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in. 13 UP) Uncle MKult' .. i I I
SCampbell has ponds in
Sa clue to the apd-one -
rite In the 1951 Handicaplast r
son Campbell
handicapper for the expral
Ih of 126- ,r'
tie for this pt
tal Handicap. l o -.'. fl
,run la1 two dl- "A.li
feature ent, to
in New York. unClub
have not been rT. GULICK, morrow an
Kulikowski reL ,The
Id champion of glib b dof the went, s o
tlefield gets p ,,'J m s ".t nd ..te se bt
ids--the same J mau.4.. .. the ann-
dBig stretch. Winner of the -'Ing over tb
To Market Lt. P. J. RileyU, IgIally'so1,
e 117 nominr- SFC Glenn Hun ti morrow w
funds. Among ond flight was ta t to Insure cc
ninated. Aunt Cracken who etis noshowwd
Which each Slack two up ac ceptedl n
ed 114-pounds. Sencer took the thiilly
arted 14 times a one-u victory WqS h ge s
eight, finish- M. Loucks. .r. ~," nience aae
and third, once. feated Cpl. W. A, able to
out of a $200 4, to win the fourth om
,000 for Owner is all
his son. Alex-. rizes will be awarded ta It> cay mai
to be announced "tr. cal m
10 out of 13 tLL .t tion will
even of them It does, the
ran out of the POSITIVE IDE3NW n WI p placed, shal
d $198,000 for conditions
dener. Battle- New York Huntifw t he ere.
Miltle in the way to tell a dog frtm a ,Competi l
Monmouth in to look at Its eyes. do p- national?
g. being round and wolvea itn. "'ootingw


Saturday's
4 -a
1st Rae V" Natives 7 Fgs.
Purse: $300.0--'oof-Closes: 12:1 5
FIr Base of the Doubles
1--Caablanea 0. Alfaro 120
2-Mr. Usptnaoa J. Bravo 1.20
3-Fulmiine E. Silver 101x
4--lolaa' M. Zeballos 120
5-Pregohero J. Avila 120
6-Arqulnedes F. Rose 112
7-Golden Girl) J. Phillips 106
8--Luck Ahead) M. Hurley 110
9-El Mafio J. Ruiz 105
10-Torda.a V. Ortega 113

2nd Raee "F-2" Natives-- 1-i Fgs.
Panrse: $275..0-Pool Closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1--PLil M. Zeballos 114
2--olden Babe M. Hurley 112%
-3-Hercules J. Avila 122
4-Pesadilla V. Ortega 120
S'--Pajarito A. Enrique 103x
*-S-Dream Away O. Chong l11lx
.7-,Rexina J. Sa nnlego 116
,e8Juan HuinchoB. Sulveras 10ft

3rd Race "O" Natives 4% FWp.
Purse: 5250.00--Poeel Closes: 1:45
One-Two
1-La Espaflola R. Trejos 10
2--Mejorana A. Enrique 0Px
3--Tocineta T. Medrano 100
4--Nena B. Moreno 110
5--Tolete J. Baeza Jr. 103k
6-Oro v Plata J. Phillips 105
7-Eclipse F. Rose 107

4th Race "F-2" Natives-4% Fln.
Purse: $275.00-Pool Closes: :o;.
Quintesla
1-Recodo E. Darla 100
2-Villarreal 0. Prescott lflt
3-Canaveral V. Ortfpa A
4-Romantlco J. RUz 1
5-Baru J. Chuna 10U
6-Bufalo J. Baez Jr. 107X
7--Julito J. Jimenez Jr. 110X
6-Pasadena F. Roae 106
9-Friendship A. EnrigSe 10M1X

ith Race "C" Imported 6% Ufp.
Purse: 5650.00-Pool Closes: 2355
1-Delhi M. Hurley 118
2-Bolero J. Bravo 111.
3-Rose Hip J. Phillips 121
4-The Dauber) G. Prescott 11x
5-Mr. FooLi B. Moreno 121
6-Sismo A. Angulo 107x


Program

6th Race "B" Importe4-
Purse: S400.00-*Pol Cse S:t
First Race of the Diue .
1-Prestigio J. Bre ti0
2-In Time B. More 110
3-Cotillon I. Darlo 106
4-Paques V. drtegt I'm
5-Blumaha V. fIaus 110
6-Athos M. Guerrer4 110
7- -Bendigo F. Ro 1e
8-"enaltiva J. Phillipp l10
7th Race "H" Imsorted-4% P$F.
Purse: $400.-Peel Clloeg: S
Second Rade of the Doubles
1-Vermont E. 8ilverl 104
2--Betun R. Dart 6
=-Ledura J. Brav t
4-Manhattan V. Orte4
5-JIIgh Mount K. Flores 1
6-iRnty J. Rodrigues 11i
7--Artbe J. Chuna 104x
Ith RBi "F" Imported-I fa.A
PWg .: W600."- l Cloes. 1 *
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S-Paragon .A.M4nrque 10
4-pApretador G G. Alfaro If :
5-Hob Neb R. Treois 11
6- onney Head J. Bravo O10
7-RanchopSaa M6 Hurley 120
8-Microbio F. Rose 120
9th Race "I" Imported-6 Fxs.
Purse: S'I5 L-Pool Closes: 5:15
One-Two
1-Porthos J. Bravo 115
2-Gay Ariel J. Baeza Jr. 112x
3--H. House C. Bovil 126
4-Pergamino G. Alfaro 123
5-Don Toto J. Avilas 12
6-Terry J. M. Hurley 119
10th Race "I" Imported-614 F a.
Purse: $375.00-Pool Closes: 5:40
1-Folletin L. Pefia 113x
2-Atason C. Tulon 124
3-H. Comforts) R. Trejos 114
4--Cnta Azuli C. Ycaza 124
J.-Sensaclon1 G. Prescott 1llx
b-Laecy J. Bravo 114
7-Beach Sun 0. Alfaro 124
8-Dust Over B. Moreno 114
1lth Race "A" Natives 7 R's.
Purse: 375.00-Pool Closes xxx
1-.Doni Pitin C. Ycaza 108
2-Hortensla E. Darlo 120
3-Amasona M. Arosemena 101
4-Marsollesa V. Ortega 108
5-Golden Tip R. Trejob 104


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ptet a in a regbt-rd sate.
Ready on the righti I fody'@tbr
left Ready on the firing line!
TOKYO, Jan. 12 (UP)- It's a
81mart man who knows when he Is
Japan's Middleweight Cham-
pio Maaakichi Aral knew It last
night In Tokyo. For six round,
Aal=took a trouncing from JP-
same Welterweight King MNaM-
ro Tatsumi.
Aral's seconds weren't doinaf
anything about It, so he tooW
things ipto his own hands.
When the sixth rountwas over
Arai walked to his corner, piked
up a towel a4nd tossed It ttthe


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Witb
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RACES SATURDAY


DOUBLES
Ist. 2nd 6th, 7th RACES

ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES



SATURDAY


i5th Race "C"
E Purge: 8650.00


COLON:
For the convenience of
our patrons we are now
operating both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."


'S MAIN RACE


Importeds 6/ Fgs.
Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.


1. DELHI.................. M. Hurley


BOLERO .................. J. Bravo


3. ROSE HIP ........... J. Phillip

4. (THE DAUBER ............ G. Prescott


5.


(MR. FOOT ............... B. Moreno


6. SO ............. Angulo
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C mILDRONm A WE NOVALWED
At.4 THE RACE TRACE


SUNDAY'S FEATURE RACES


5th Race


Purse: $600.00


"D" Importeds
S. Pool C


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111 II

120 I


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4. NEHUINCO .... .. . G. Sdnahes

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f he didn't need a
Be. was through-
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ova nnn a aavusu A

Given Green Lh tI
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The PaMBA SouinaJ4~wfls. Bfctet-I
gloa thbi week sAPO3 an Area. Tf y.fl
IMo-oeuJe TMlas em e-Jle
round bou heduled for IsJ.
at *the Pa wMlmte Stfdor
Moor, tader for
the llht hM glt Mim3l1on- .fM
,hip of the
usual y tSIn Mal b w"il!
bet flrt profeslInal hea.t-
ito ofseel eloB Ine l U I
anb efrrank alate im9w oen
King Solomon ald ailo Grande BELL
fouflt tar the ZutMnlan hey- Ir- -
werght title. ft


Joey Masim, the resent light
heavy kl, s often aeesued of
iving thlclall More the "rumn
around." Thoma, whwse weight
fluctuates between 15 sad 192,
hold a deiveo victory over Max.
Im smred two years ago.
Mooren ia great shape for this
bout s evide-nd by hisa xth
round technical knockout over
DEVELOP' AT DUKE
New York-When the profes-
siopd football Giants lined up
with Bill Mllner at guard, Al
DeRogatis at tackle and Kelley
Mote at end. one side of the line
were graduates of Duke.


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know wht top. ten the
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tou aM seome guys Pe on.aew
Year's Day lot rfve ~tuas
and oeh tilw they w e t
brain out. Wouldn't you think
about ranging your *ole f1
friends

Yankees. Brewers
Plov At Panoam
t"di,,m Toeigdt
PAW4A M UM _EIIM
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night In A 3m lle iSod t0be-
gin at 7:M.
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the first time this ual*on.


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Panama American ClassifA


FOR SALE
Automobiles
SALE: 1949 Cadillac *62'
tte 12.000 miles. White
Swells, radio. Hydramatic. Excellent
nation. Calle 45 No 54, Apt. 2.
SALE: One 1949 Chevrolet
Club Coupe. Two 1948 Chevro.
let Panel 3-4 Ton trucks One
.1946 Chevrolet Sedon Delivery
1-4 Ton. Highest offer. Tel. 3-
1767 and 3-3477 from 8 a. m.
to 5 p. m
:FR SALE .- Willy's 4-door 1941
~irfect condition, cash, 4 cylinder
Ford motor complete, oir-compres-
sor without motor. Federico Bovd.
comer 14th St Phone 1315-J. Co-
Ton.
OR SAL. 1950 Pontiac 2-door
stre mliner. WSW tires, rodio. Mr
S merger, Cristobal Polce Stalion.
..' TCFP SALE:-FOrd V-8 1947 4-door
S' edan. maroon good condition
5650 00. 91-B Cc-e Solito Phct
S, Cristab l i6"1

L4 FOR SALE.
*- i Householdi
SfOR SALE--Modern mahogany d.n-
'.A-- ing-room set by Cowes. also some
q' Ii house tumnish.ng Phone Ponrr..
4-.-3 '3-0593. 12 to 6 D. m
S, FOR SALE.-Bobv's bed and chest ot
S drawers, 'ool rug. 8 x 10. 50th St.
No. 40, Apt. 4. telephone 3-3493
FI O SALE-Norge Relrngeralor. new
4l Unit. 2 dcor. House 121-A. Gamr-
boa, telephone 6-107.
FOR SALE:-Combination rad-o and
S' phonograph. 60 Cv. electric c'ock
60 Cycle 1431-D, Carr St Bal-
boa, C. Z
FOR SALE:-Mahoganv dining table.
i 6 chairs, kitchen table. 3 chest'
of drawers. 2 lorge mirrors, type-
writer. 2026-C. Curundu. 86-5170
'OR SALE:-Sewing machine iporl-
able) sewing table Boby carriage
a nd Mattre. stro'lpr and trainer
820-B. Emrpire St Balboa.

FOR SALE
r.1 Real Estate


7OB SALE: Furnished house and
land in Cerro Camponoa, electric
lights, running watPe, gas stove
gas refriaercto'. 's "'oa 34-.
Lombert. 14.000. -__
lme residence No 7031. 6th St
wofs& 8061, 7th St .For rent or
iIe' to best bidder. Open for ins-
pection. Colon ,.


PERSONALS
TO SOME G. I, in the Zone -. We
are complimented by the fpct that
your amazement of th--per'or-
monce of our new AUTOMATIC
KEY DUPLICATING MACHINE-
mode you leave your beautiful ci-
garette lighter in our store Pledqe
col l for some FtST KEY & -LOCK
COMPANY, No. 12 Tivoli Avenue

MISCELLANEOUS
. Suropeon lady established Panama
Sell her ccoats fur=. fine, from Paris
19, 4th of July Ave.


SALE!
At Factory Cost Prices

ENGLISH GOLF
WOODS AND IRONS
for Men and Women
Also, English
LEATHER
COLF B CALLS





47 Central Avenue


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SfRWIN-WILLIAMS

ENAMELOID
*rlislet, aver, incer life
fr ensure. wlls. wood-
l t00l thinsel Jus
^' oeans of Enameloid
Sroh. rich flish'!


FOR SALE
Miwcellaneobs
"GREY GLORY," the only permanent
made exclusively for white or gray
hair. guaranteed not to discolor..
beautifully soft and firm and tru-
ly permanent. Cocoli Beauty Shop,
4-557.
QUALITY PAINTS:-Allm M puts
se-afin haitnlide. GINIRAL PAINT
CORP Te! 2.1895. Psags,.
FOR SALE:-2 light plant, one kero-
sene refrigerator, Cocoli. C. Z.
718-C.
F IRE SALE
ALL JEWELRY 25 %
REDUCTION
INTERNATIONAL JEWELRY IN;.
Next Lewis Service
FOR SALE:-PAN AMERICAN AIR-
WAYS' tickets at the COPA office.
25 Peru ve We will assist you
in obtain visas, exit permits, etc.
FREE OF CHARGE. Call 3-0097
or 3-08 1. Ample parking space.
SAV $150.00
N- new Leica III t
Sumlfter Les f 2
Sumearit Lens f 1.5
built in Cinchronizatien
International Jewelry Inc.
edjeining International Hetel
FOR SALE:-Steel desks, typewriters,
mimeograph machines, steel safe
file cabinets, chairs. 905-X, La
Boca. phone Cristobol 1651.
FOR SALE:-One 6 cu. ft, Kelvinotor
$10000; One 1937 Chevrolet
Coupe' $200.00. 0277-A, Morrow
Blvd. Gamboa.
FOR SALE--Girl's bicycle. $20.00,
hanging swing $10.00. 1 cotton
cushion. $4 00. I ,nnerspring
cushion $7.00, I rubber air foam
cushion, $10.00, level-aluminum.
$3.50. electric tube bender Ir"
6.00. 3-4". $5 00. waffle Iron
$15.00, chest of drawers. $7.00.
Davenport. $25.00. corner cabinet
$30.00, toaster, $12.00, air com-
pressor B.55.00, large mirror $25.-
.00, table. $55 00. table 50 Cts
cha.r $1.00, work bench and vise-
$10 00, baby stroller, 12.00,
washing machine $80.00, Radio
AMP. record player 2 speaker
boxes, baby be $15.00. Thurs-
day, Friday and Sburday evenings.
House No. 2156-A urundu, leav-
ing the country, F
FOR SALE:-Piano $300. Bell-tone.
Mahogany-case. 3rd of November
St. House No. 5, downstairs. Pan-'
.ma.
FOR SALE:-- Bolex Palllard Movie
Camera 16MM, with Kodak lense'
102MM f 2-7, 76MM f 4-5, 25
MM f 1-9. Agencdas Tito S. A..
27 East Street No 3, Telephone
2-0380.
FOR SALE:-HAM rodio transmitter
250 Watts, ohe 813 final pair
,g1 I modulator,. B g.ndition, lots
".f extras. -PraSeldo' Crugsltre.
Phone 2-0214 or 3-3374, Pan-
ama

FOR SALE
Roatl & Molors
FOR SALE--One of the best designed
small cruisers in Canal Zone wo
lers. Yacht "'Elena" may be hadr
for S1.250. half the cost of a
Slates vacation. May be seen aof
Gamboo Yacht Club. or write B-,
207 Cocoli
FOR SALE: Two 1-2 H.P. Single
Phase 1 10 220 V 25 Cycle mo-
tors, running condition. 479-B.,Co-
coll, 2-1971. after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE:-One swamp Glider 7 ft
beam. 18 ft. long. Inquire at Gotun
Fire Station.
FOR SALE-Martin "60 outboard
motOr, 7.2 H P. Like new. 815-
D, Empire St. Balboa.

WANTED
MiNrellaneous
WANTED 1-2" drill precs metal
lathe 9" swing, 8" or 10" tilting
table sow, jointer, 1-4 HP dio-
phraoqm sprayver Give details. Box
1557 Balboa.
WANTED-Apartment or Chalet two
cr three bedroo-ns and maid's
room, garage preferred, yard. Box
945 Ancon, or phone Panama. 2-
2842.


Help Wanted
American woman with one child
wishe. general maid Must live in.
House 73-A. Just Arosemena.
Avenue Apt. 6, Panama
WANTED --Maid for general house-
work. Applv ralle 25 Este No 1,
apartment B-5.

SHORTS


CLOCK OBLIGED
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. (UP).-Joyce
Parker said the clock was ,nu
party breaker-upper. When some-
one called attention to the time,
the clock's hands promptly fell
off.
SKILLED BUT UNLUCKY
MEMPHIS. Tenn.. tUP).- Mrs.
Allan Andre said the man threw
his hat down in disgust when he
won a pocket comb in a game of
skill. He was bald.
PULL THEIR WEIGHT
MEMPHIS Tenn.. (UPl -Whren
the truck-load of mules ed
dow'n in mud. Mrs. W. P. Baker
said the farmer hitched the
mules to the truck and pulled it
ouC.


STAG THEIR MAN IN WELL
HILLSBORO. Tex.. (UP .- De-
puties Ben Curbo and C. L. Har-
rison ire used to serving uim-
frAv. T -l m a-41 mon.esIn strange lares but 'tp'-
"L !4 nm St. Tl. 8-Im I b S. working in a 50-foot well.


RESORTS
GRAMLICH'S Santo Clara
cottage., furnished, electricity
frigerption, moderate rates.
Gomboo. 6-541 or 6-300.


.


Houses Me beech at Santa Clara.
also furnished house at CERtO
CAMPANA. Phone Shrepsel, Opi-
boa 2820.
Phillips. each cotages. Sante Clem
Boa number 435. Boboe. Phore
Panama 3.1877 7 Cris"bot :-
167A
Wiliaont unto Clara Beach Cotitage
Iwo bedrooms. electric retritger
rion Rocgac* ranes Phone Bao-
boa 2-3050. Except Week-erdsa.
El Voile HOTEL PAN-AMERICA-
NO cool mountain air beautiful.
scenery. Rooms $2.50 per day.
Meals a la carte. For reservations
telephone Panama 2-1112.

FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT: Completely furnisheai
apartment, 2 bedrooms, livingroom.
dinlngroom, large porch, venetian
blinds, garage, hot water, linen,
China, etc. Exclusive residential
section. Bella Vista. Telephone
Balboa 1448.
FOR RENT ALHAMBRA APART-
MINTS. Furnished two rooms suite
recently decorated Contact office
on premises building 8061. Apt 2
Telephone 1386. Colon
FOR RENT :-Apartment 43rd street
in Ave. Mexico Available January
3rd. Call Tel 3.0140 or inquire
George Novev. Inc
FOR RENT:-Apartment of one bed-
rOom, parlor, diningroom, both,
kitchen, at 44th Street East No. 9.
BelIa Vista, De Castro, Avenue
"B." No. 24 Phone 2-1616, Pan-
ama.
FOR RENT:-Apartments of 1 bed-
room, dining-sittingroom. kitchen.
at No. 20 Via Espa a. De Castro
Avenue "B," No. 241, phone 2-
1616. Panami.
FOR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
ment. Military inspected. Via Porros
No. 99. upstairs.
FOR RENT:-Best furnished apart-
ment value in town. One bedroom.
diningroom, porch, kitchen with
electric refrigerator. Best residential
section. Paitillo Airport Road No.
121

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Furnished room with
private bathroom and kitchen.
Electric refrigerator.' Also furnish-
ed apartment. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR WXNTt -- Furnished Sm i-.t4
prfvite entrance, for si gle Pat-
son, No. 27, 46th Stheet Apt. 12,
Bella Visto.
FOR RENT- Furnished big bed-
room. private bath and private en-
trance, very cool. Tel. 3-1648.


LESSONS.
rHE MODERN SCHOOL OF DRESS-
MAKING OFFERS Drivate lessons
in sewing the easy way. Sew youw
own clothes and save, No more
yeors of learning to sew. You'll
marvel at what you con do in o
few months You need no previous
experience. Sign up for your course
now. I ux Building. Apt. 406, neae
Lux Theotre

French Out-Banzai
North Koreans To
Protest US Flank
ON THE WONJU FRONT, Ko-
rea. Jan. 12 (UP).- A platoon of
French troops out-banzaled the
North Koreans in a daring ba-
vonet charge yesterday t n a t
brou-ht United State soldiers
out of their foxholes to watch in
awe.
Led by a French lieutenant
with a red searf tied around his
head. they yelled like Indians
while making a furiou assault
from the ridge mouth of Wonlu.
They forced the Commiaunhts Into
a disorganized retreat.
The commander of the task
force to which the French art-
attached tried to stop the charge.
owing to Impending darkness. but
word failed to reach the unit in
time When the attack started.
Americans stood up to watch. One
said '"y God! They're going In
with bayonets!"
The French objective was a
snow-covered crest on the right
flank of the American poeltinn.
Within five minutes after the at-
tack started the Commnun1lst
were In retreat and the hill tak-
en. There were 20SO Communlit
dead, but the French suffered
only two minqr casualties.


FOR RENT:
Bisteai letaln eme Cletw Avnue.
ieund le, na. MD IM e Itame: el-
fine; a-sey; bMral e : We.
MNethly amd n-U.S- afemtnutt
Phone 2-191 11


AGENT
war. Wanted r Wew York firm
stablsish"d jr .u Writ.estmt-
hig erpeeloel ee .
ooi-rnau ouummuuugi, roc.
UM. abS N .E, IUL


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IT'S saysWil
lfmbl On Prkic
ea e w- Paint
Cabinet WA8Ug1t
i..lg Marine Spokesmen lo
4u 3es IT labor warned I
'T AKVE IT day that' the'
V FIjD OUT In working o0i
" F IOR O UT til efteeuve
FOR YOU ceilings are ali
SOR CAN They outli
government I
.- .. .:a closed he I n t
automobile pi
V ,.,i~n nt


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W iCAS GLOBALES
Via IIpsta. Near Juan France
Tel. 3-1@33
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Pakem shippers Storage
Mor Truekers Long
Distance. Hauling
Free estimates on packing
tWquirements.
F. S. RUDESHEIM
(Rudyi
Tel. 2-2362 7 to 5 pin.


COURIER'S SAYS
UN UNWILLING
(Continued from Page 1)


our comments, and that goes
ir all three mitary ser- '
vises. Theq rest or the ma-
terial the author dug up and
interpreted for himself.'
VeUe terms tne anti-sabotage
measures of thbe Caribbean
Command "the biggest bead-
ache of all." He reports rat
"caomterebpionage" nan been
"organized in painstaking de-
tail.' In spotlighting the fami-
liar "Achilles heels of the wa-
terway he reveals that:
"No device exists that can
detect a mine deep within a
amp s cargo of, say ore or lum-
bei. Uneas you are prepared
to dry-oodk every ship and un-
loau ner cargo... there Is the
ever-present danger that a
mercanL iman, turned Into a
iloat ng mine, will blow ner-
sea up on tne Canal.
(Lnofticiae observers ques-
tioned today mid tLey be-
lieved the enal ana the
military are more able eto
crack down on sabotage and
suuversson than outsiders
might suppose. Naturally StuaO
are not revealing the Meth-
ods they use.)
Velie reports that he ques-
tioneu many persons on the
Istnmf s as to wny tire is
some' resentment among Pan-
amanians against tme United
States. The answer was always:
"American discrimination a-
gainst Panamanians working on
the Canal." Velle states khat
the -"doubie" standard of pay,
-tocal rate' for aliens and "U. S.
rate for Americans, embitters
many Panamanians."
He falls to include the faat
that many Panamanian na-
tionIals are paid at the U. d.
rate; but does not that 9teme
progress has been madeboth
in equalizing pay rates and re-
moving the worst of the Jim
Crow practices."
Of Panama's economy, he
says:
"Only modest progress has
been made to cure another per-
ennial headache: Panama's In-
ability to stand on Its own feet
and ei-n its own Ilviftg. When
the zone swarmed. with our
soldiers and sailors, and candy
construction was going on in
the last war, Panama rasper-
ed giddily by selling labor, en-
tertainment and goods to Ame-
ricans.
-Now with American military
spending pared to the bone,
Panama suffers hard times and
considerable unemployment."

SALT LAKE FILLING 1P
BALT LAKE CITY (V*) -
OGrea Salt Lake continues to
rise as it has for the p Mt 10
years. The latejtimeasarements
b the U. B. GeolaIhrl u y
snow that the water level Nov.
I was recorded at 4, 197.9 feet
above sea level. That's au in-
crease of .9 of a foot abo*e last
year's level at the same lme.


C Late W," mesS
We t "' .og:w '
oesto
O lass


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pJflUUSAosy wU ,in.
dustry'e *I a.44
even higher tha i
Ing In December auto
price rollback 0 .
Simultaneous-al t
Production Autb rlt an
order to pre Pntf
and dozens of 0 Smmie ma-
terials under t it ies
ranging up to o l a
a $10,000 fine.
B]A did not say h1W.l.U Ires
or ow much Of bt" 0 ote af-
fee d goods WOulW Ail up to

with n ra set of t0r1 wouldd
be prosecut -
Labors atti t sl d W. ae-
price curbs wa peN tbyt-s
united policy com ltT tp-
proved the prince pl wage -
ings provided t i kept
**flexible" and peinflie ton
of "inequities' and standardr"
wages.
But labor spoketen trd the
government's Wag,, -. tlon
Board they won't "p I* ,t e In
any prooeeditngs" on ay st.il-
lSation until the qIOe.MiTt uPTs
brakes on living .oot&,tid the
wage board Is maO4 eWl dn1t.
At present it Is only Mry to
Stablization Director Alan Va-
lentine. ,
The committee repi ebnts rhe
AFL, cIO. RUwa ro ods
and most indepei.deit unions
except the left-WinlgerO WA John
L. Lewis' United Mne Workers.
Valentine haa.sald he was p rn-
mediate plans for price controls
over foods._
fp-;-n On Governor
SALT LAKE crrY, -(UP -
Utah state prison pmaoees are
now free to celebrate their re-
lease or any other festite oc-
casion with a "short one,"
thanks to Oov. 3. Brflken Lee.
Lee announced that he WU op-
pose the rqaurest of paOlees .t
their only offense is drilling In-
toxicdeating- lquaer. prbvoulv,
former in mas were re blet- to
another year hhilnd the bar- if
.gulht drinking. ...


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'50 CHEVROLET
Convertible Coupe,
Radio DUTY PAID
Inme


'50 CHEVROLET
Sedan 4-door
White sidewall T
seat covers
Sedanette


'48 FORD
Radio-Seat Cove


'48 LINCOLN
Sedan
WSW Tires


'49 CHEVROLET
Coupe


'46 DE SOTO
Sedan
Plastic Seat
a Radio


'41 CHEVROLET
Sedan
Duty Paid


Cove


for industry
wer prob-
Sthat. de-
ma Invent -to'


irons

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Ew5ux onain.J
Lti !the next few*
m e pams
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LiwJudne


UP


SAIGON, indo-China. Jan. 12.
(UP). Henri do la Chtvro-
Stere, elderly editor of the iSal-
gon newspaper Union Fran-
ires, calse, was assassinated today by
two men who hurled grenades
into his car trom a Jeep stolen
1625 from a United States officer.
Eyewitnesses said the. assas-
sins, presumably Viet MIn h
Communists, t h r e w twp gre-
erin nades-into Chevrodere's car as
he was riding home for lunch,
eU Ae was fatally inured and his
chauffeur seriously injured. The
aging editor had ecapWed a
llmilar assassInation attempt
only yesterday. For years he
has been a staunch defender
1650 of French interests in JIdo-
As he was killed, police wre
Marching for the jeep, which
wa stolenn earlier In the daY
1400 trom in front of the united
States Embassy. The jeep has
not yet been recovered.-

ers Crop Shift Vhudriated


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475


AND MANt OTHER
GOOD BUYS!
* Bas, Payment Plan.
* Trade-Im Acceted.


,CHAMPAGIN, IM, (UP) - ti
iports are proud of the pean
Ig-bushel-an-acre yield they tOb-
aed this year on a Cor 6- t
at the University of Illinosa.
pet has been planted th oaIP
bontmlfaun since 1WMIW N '-
pert say the sman ll
9m0pared to yields from
P" which hawv been W VM
according to modern :U I
btbods, clearly shows 9 W
ie of crop rotation and M
hntBtment.
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AU he weonin the winter nation-
al championships here, however,
was one-fifth of one event-
Goren was on the winning,
five-member national open team
In the nine-day tournament,
sponsored by the American Con-
tract Bridge League. lie and
Mrs. Helen Sobel of New York-
placed fifth In .the master mix-
ed p~irs comipetttion and ninth
tn the national open patrs, the
tournament's best event.
The A.C.B.L. was, not proie
ed to defrock Goren, or to dl-.
vest rs. Bobel of her rating as
the second-lea3ngpgsy-r. in the
country, bowev*. Tne odds were
15 to 0 to w e eaga t them
in every event, Ooren Maid.
Many Contsntsis
"As many as 3 00 player en
ter some events. "he md. nd
there's always the Iuk, oftth4
deal. Bad cards an"-t an"-
body tn ajrftven toainM -nt.
(orwn. d wl r_ wFi o prac-
ticed three days last year but
flew 0.000 miles to-play i
rdge tWurnameuts and to lec-
tun was humlated at thelme.i
by a t McGill nlverslt
lIn388.


obum in e woarliiB Tvirt-
nweftNo asasted Jl W
any other n W .lf t ,,
Neither AN fusy plays* they
sit relaxed and saln e
when the press of em SW "
tators has theb OJp "* '*
thng.U Mr. ao tends_'top
slow, medla tlive pacA. ;C
tkes a fast enough g to
his opponents ofl balance.
Ooren's one peeve is tel
zer who peers, _sltod.at
band and blows sa so I. iW
face. He never M;!''b"' a.-
nuer, lest he X eb po
tential customer fAr op of it
books.
Thirteen mnionm e e
rate bridge as tb--, favrte I a-.


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namt w0e re pacement s
for] X Ct uaultles--wi .l ..
com n reach "almost
the botu? f the manpower
barrel
Pre befre the t-
PCommittee. Mrs. .
R elaborate on
Mr. Tieithepew manpower poi-
io.' Othe r t" to ray that it will
be an tn s toa few daya." :
But ln q of the pre s-
entt -l World War
n.usO t .l6re skilled men"

l av eIdefeftd e from the t
drafthe blme ofbe 4he oerit- tA y t l



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industryV to's tWo 2hl onth
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gave the ommtteed the "arifh- voree *dii S -
metic" bn the Administra- M. sm, S a
tion's request to draft 1S-year- the davMSh.of .V.6Y'ta" $? ..
olds aadxteo the draft term
for all Inductf to 27 months.







Thoute PAW to uld be part of Aat es
ae tune- r uivetsle military I 1 Ue"


yea s., ap=pealto favoriS, SA



draft la ar- loas but had ree ai'a
servaldt extendn th the I.'
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NtRaly" wiU m ttd tlndr the ed r '9 oo .e .nap..fa'A :.i .11,:
draft law Srver ylike-

end o thee da patalee 0can take t Iolatdeel






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only single yout s o are not bombingre le s, he u
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these irmedi suffer yI e in- which will be h fl. ato le wit e .D







Justices because u e local da blastson OR o h tll or IN! Ird ih p e aSSeie
Should not be abe ato lvq duct- Since a e orl a on wa ents witness.
and busine ssaffairs. r a le Nt ; a- h e"e e u
-She g9 alddoniitte thatme' saypro-O frt to e
unleCons *twl) r Cs a c0oautonref_ t ue/bombf-
service will haye to "to s "te o fh it we the .r
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orn wspapr Also-Ran In 9-Day Torney
.been deferred, she ,
Summer. The.N
Sultaneol, M -pleod LA-bNmbS (UP-it Charles wty
lard A. Walsh, prml4 t o the edhe devtis arn r said tSe the bpt
National Guaird A."tLitold -SO bt shapd i h ng at a
a ose Aimed Services ao- f r of bob they win I rry the PuOl, The a C
nittee the Defense Departmt t he spe qprtofatomic arieshd thit It...
proved ending the draft defer. ci..ansn..Si MihO. a.. MR the" Wet r-bVm fdt.
mi of men In the National Con.. of the Congressdona Ato- at which s













0,00 ter A e stsIn
mic Energy Compitlt. eW the Ite l
He saad defense officials askedtests will be "limited" in scope Presnt '.r.niss .q150m3.-
his maoclsUaon to"go Along" with and will ,"save precious weeks"In apRprv the urn of the ,f .
tihe propomal. but, it fnaed, development work it the Los texs t1te-Thsm ,,
Wsails mid the move would Alamos, N. M. A-bomb labor- willprSWOTe0the 4-IMM
"wreck" the pad mad denied story. boratory with &._" ..
the 'uard mew wore trying to Therie is no such thing 9 aible e stfor9 0elodp Wt
the wholseOuvrdibe aoed tomfed- der to have an explosion9At a, It weapo, P ,,i_--l.
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Goren of .hadelphi.__earn.s Gorensaid sheis the hm
BY Viel- bb WS $50,000 a year as the best the world.Shde x-
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d oe overhaul


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o f d the cone of a ineeii pd Alberta King.
t e s of the eland sto attend t he over-
S ct. ee :.. their home a tv
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The group of Mexican officers who have been visiting on
"i.-- Isthmus spent Wednesday on the Atlantic Side as th9
^ 'getsa of the Atlantic Sector. They made a tour of the Os-
.... p. Locks and visited the USARCARIB School at Fort Gurck,
: Ter which they had luncheon at the Fort Gulick Offloesr
Club.
Colonel Julius E. Slack, Commanding Officer .of the At-
H. yhtntip Sector, was host for the luncheon and the guests were:
S..Major-General Antonio Sanches-Acevedo, Chief of Staff of
the Mexican Army; Lieutenant Colonel Alberto Jipenes-Chs.
Jto, Medical Corps Mexican Army; Lieutenant-Colonel Enri-
-- .Vwe Tellez-Salas, Deputy Chief of Staff Mexican Air Fdres;
.. iMajor Salvador Salaiar Garcia, General Staff MexleManArmy;
and the Consul of Mexico at Colon, Silvio Salazar.
'I4e American officers present Wives' Club had lunch at the 0h
: 9re: Colonel James W. Pumpel- Club Tuesday, followed by an.s
.* Assistant Commandant of the "ternoon of Canasta at. the hon
f,- UAARCARIB School, Lieut. Col. of Mrs. William Casswell of Ma
: bert E. Hall, Lieut. Col. J. W. garlta.
lidwell, Major Byron K. King, Prizes for scores were won
ptain F. L6pez, Captain Ricar- Mrs. Robert Knox and. Mrs. Jol
do Vasquez, Captain Henry W. Rice.
Taylor, Jr., U.S.A.F. The other members prese
were: Mrs. John Dwyer, Mrs. R
Mrs. Middlemas ger Hamor, Mrs. Thomas Harr
Introduced son, Mrs. Hollis Collins, Ml
Mrs. W. R. Middlemas, who ar- Charles E. Hughes and Mr
rived recently from Jacksonville, James Lowe.
Worida, with her husband, and
is residing at Brazos Heights, was Reverend Limkeman
introduced to a group of Atlantic Returns
side ladies at a morning coffee Reverend J. W. Limkeman, wl
given by Mrs. William E. Adams arrived on the Isthmus in tk
In the patio of her Brazos Heights fall to assume some of the duti
home, Thursday. at the Bible 1 house, and to ever
tually succee Dr. R. R. Oregbir,
Mrs. Samuel Aycock presided returned M ay from New 5
at the coffee service. leans with t p members of.h
JThe other guestswere: Mrs. family who ave been valltir
Robert Bertschy, Mrs. Robert with relatives In Pershing, Ml
Flhle, Mrs. Thomas N. Lamer, souri,
Mrs. Raymond Kirwin. Mrs. He was a ompanied by Mr
Charles Whittaker. Mrs. .E. Wil-. Limkeman a d4their children
Hiams.,Mrs. Albert Motta. Mrs. William. Eli)eth, Ruth and Et
D shwood Darling. Mrs. Wayne nice.
Glider. Mrs. J. M. Wilkerson, Mrs.
John Kernick, Mrs. L. V. Hunni- Reverend Limkeman has be
c0lt%. Mrs. H. S. White. Mrs. Wal- stationed with the Central AnWe
ter Hunnicutt, Mrs. F.' L. Scott, lean Mission in Honduras for' e
Mr.. Lee B. Hunnicutt, Mrs. B. B. ears. During his recent furloug
Gray, Mrs. Joseph Irving. Mrs. le has attended the Princetc
lerman Henrlquez, Mrs. Charles Theological Seminary in lVe
Hardy and Mrs. N. A. Bal'ey. ; Jersey and received his Maste
--:egree.
Ladies' Club egree.
Enjoys Luncheon 'Dr. F et Called to States
,The members of the Firemen's Dr. Melvin Lea left by plar


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Decorating Class
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The first meeting of the Ca01
In Interior Decoratin w
being sponsored by
American Woman's Club .
Mrs. Maybelle Thomson as .M
structor met Wednesday at
am. at he club. The class ws
ganlued and told what tool
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next meeting will be held
an Wednesday. All club
Lf- Who ae interested may Join
me roup. The first project wi be I
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as that they do notee
by give them to the club for
hn lhling by the group and to be
used In the club rooms.
o- Charles de Leon
rI- Celebrates Birthday
rs. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley de Leda
rs. of Colon arranged a party at t e
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Bson Chari onhi seventhblrtl. --h a-- 41me ?
tanl esay.' nd Cvanat 's b, 5 4t hour te -
a ldiery theme was used an B tely out-thirot. Co for a
ho the cake wa made to resemble n your ag an Is Clayton o ril
hp drUl;a with the blue and wihi yMal, and every Col r .
Les colr scheme being reflected ilt yOU. of Staff, A w has
n- its decotatlon. l" ur er, and ribbean
Cur M C ste and tre ow "- a yI -
rkie lberaary B ,ray Jo., th you.-if you cl Naval D strl.,
S Tand Mike Carlton, Howaid Cla. the oly out a and th e t a
Suco Cru, Rque Delgad o; expect one of
s- De Puy, Rene DePy. Pete players to ceme after- o -
and Tommy Ender, Carlltoe .er. T I .Mw, nd smile as he Comand --
ra. nandea, Alonzo Fernandez, Ron.. .9I."f.K...B, 'fl4*h Ck 1j gip
, i ankelP Harris, Dickle the cae of a Maj. R by K 504tSh FA* f
u. Hirachfeld, Danny Holgereso i pfk nd.froze the .Mr. .
Larry Howard, Raul, Juan, and ti t W from his wfe. If Co treso .
RaBmo Guardialique Jar wwithhis play, she
en I r, Edua rdo Vf&Li Jndo, Jeffse, t pinser n Ceho tin
r- and Leslie Leon, Peggy Lowe,- 'd never get the pac vc n
en el.Malca and Popl Melended at would eventually go r alil -o.- ... .
Mso and Stanley Motta&i, t.- la. Te eneldArtiewBat- t.
on nlor and icardo anche, Joan t of viewit made taulia m wan which thinks. .
-r CIL &IvaMo theLo lIMAM fis rO.. +li "! ',...
PanaQUez Dennist Baso, Victn c. -enee.tile pack away laler tf h asncet la'uertor -
r 0 Zric, pristine and Andre liie, In to. dot tIa ,e aulesy
Aristides Guardia, Holda Sanch- o are it t. too Celd A-rthanlveray.
rin Toledano, Tane halsmTa m a g- ore the play thelp. Arma o to I
e ra Leon, and Pricillarown .n ai at her. we tl. w ith11'
Birth Announceeut fac leachange Si t unit( s
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Knox thwt oa bit, anpd we'll seenae l
Of New Cristobal, announce the th a IL eb pitandiwe' apTee T Corn 33rtdt firing 19 h the c t,"
havIng antryp rn- 504th MmwiWytile

Mr. Knox employed the for e to discard safely is it Anti irtra all the me a retreat the ..ean. le iwho ,.
Bureauor f Cus ompain cr bol.Spogr hMr to givethe pack unitg of the Unie h parade d at which the won thw hre*
away iberately when it has Crbbean, willsoon oae mar C. era) etthe UnI- Imen.
Schrum-atterson been frsen for her benefit? branch Insignia, bra nsignia, ed 1Staar .. .
Wedding even then. Each player branch colors, gul oid o B aW GenM B- p re-
FMiss elenPattersonformer- t his own h d d- braid to conform to .,r3a nt s.. sent tbal. ,_w.r_._
Ia member of the faculty of the olde ielf what will serve ptImet of the Arm e ctive e4 "C' wa" "
rtbal High School. and Mr.his Interests. No other player sa iph ordered ew Insi and for t ._ .
Willi M Schrum, formerly of the right to make you play for hs colors for the ArMor and Arkllaey Wh ss..c. .iClt? ._ .
Panami City, were wed on Dec. benefit. If a player tries to help branches. in Jan. re,
30 in Zurich, 8witzerland, ac- You, and you think his idea Is oa ntean. o 1dA i .
cording to word received by oorone, ouhave everyright to Under the provions f te Field
friends on the lathmus. ignore his unwelcome help. Amy Organisatli tr at0 1958, ottie !f tha
After a wedding trip in Swit- If the e principles at under- the Cavalry trancht ws ed e ntA l nI I
serland tey returned to Betium stood, three-hand alata be. byth Armthi ore w1aIae .l ... ,
where they will make theiritbhe. come a fasetmnasl glame. .n o elde Artill ery. Coastut AI m@ dl- t
Mr. Schrumis the reproenta- never blame ano6 erpil ayer be. ane -Alraft Artillery pe was' L5t. Col. .,. .xu"a.,
tive for Swift and Company t cause you don't expecianyth-n8 cons lidated Into the Artill who r "m"inu s.
Europe. o: him. The game becomes a bat- Branch. May 1047. w4-
tie of wits. In which-everybody Myt. c.. ..--. -V
os wh are e lashes out in both directions t byLt. Col. Borc isg.a B1n1 Ds,h ilg.. ---e^
be notfi e y Aelea m once. Tl e Arm or Bran h hIn signiaD 1 L-1 7ve r +.:+-- '+ +. 1A.
First Ai rfing Oieat u w i yeou lke a i od with the gun superimposed on ae yto Prt y andiX. l
e w n s h D Ctwo cavalry rabers. With efdtmth inal r.
Registration To Yellow, the color of the former Ing th-4qh MinB. 'COLm W. tkto aFo Clayt
Isthmus Doctors Cavalry branch, will be the Armor leptive recrtaltatnt in .mtareoptt to the Fort Clai- ,
Con0tnnu Next Week To Discuss Poli or (ohen' aa".. ' n"
eistratio forfThe Artillery Branch, will re- eral of the .,.I... io .iiR p *r. (..i-
ranorn- Tuesda Evenin in the crosed field guns Forces An tiles). tEnromm t
Ing courses, which started in Ca. asgnia which has been used by the foundations of its At FtP. G h K.
mnl courmmse res aw ndi.c lar .The incidence of polio In- ne the Field Artillery for over 100 athletic record.. 66ht.. I- I-'i,.- s",d
Thursday morning, will continue Canal zone will be discussed years and is one of the oldest 1949 was the meMuro~ble \_ ,19 lee4e-
for about a week, it ws an- Tuesday eve at the 0th Isgnia in current use by the of the Antilles PWkara Inc etheAm tato
bounced Thursday by Melvin E. meeting of the ae Armed Forces. Ouldons will be by the only unit. nt1 -e A n m e, Ma. a iea Mt
Walker, Civil Defense Advisor tion of the Is Zonescarlet, with ingnia, letters and without a swimming still erhIne- ic
Classes will be started early The speaker will be r. O,. numerals in yellow. 504th. braI.F. e w m
next week, e said. Stevenson. h nd omthe m disC ol.t Duaehr w as Jbr a UuilrSv
Those who are regIare@ 6will service' at orse HOeteL i. Lt. Col. Robe M. B-b-'p ._ I
be notified by telephone or mail Also on the program are tks OPBRATOR STRAMD UP took over a battalion w*Rei rt Q- a e
of the time and place for class by two other doctors onthe Gor-, completed two Vi^queti s-a -" aref
meetings. was medical servie.Dr. A. FRSNO, Calif. (UP) M. period. His successor is the pre-
R t eTucker will report on_"L Lillian Flur>en, switchboard op- sent commander, Lt. Col. HU. r
Registration tables maned by Management of R h e. m,tkt1 d erator at police headquarters '
volunteer workers are set up in Arthritis with Corton Adtiste," thought'he had wires crossed
either the commissary or club- and Dr. J. R. Mitchell w lP diuss when sl plugged in and got-- ,v:.t. l,.
house in all communities, A large a "Simple Dosage1 ymei for steam.At first she decided It ; ...-..w....
number of early registrations in- Children." was gnoke but a check disclosed -
dicates widespread Interest in The meeting will be hold at the a s.team pe under the switch-
the training, Mr. Walker said. Gorges Memorial Lobort -aud boardW lorepai Pr ehad fl--.S eralr Unitedafficer a6.t
The courses are being. given a will begin at 7:30 plm. a ed to cap. titled of their tZ12"Stuyp
part of a widespread program for th 0*..of ito.fl ol dr- .
cfvi defense which has a its aim ion-to frull colonel under
the training of at least 5.000 Ca- I. 1 Pr e pis iPg dal9mn of the Officer For e
nal Zone realdents within six OcAct CM1 o 147.
;months. o =o.Those replaci.g the sE1 Igesi
The classes Will be given by re. ofI fleenan, Coloner with the
elatesed Red Cross fit aid ins- OXMONTA -"-le: -IAC.olon-d-1oeA. e.
tructors drawn primarily from dneJagmesaF. Jr Sobert
the Police and Fire Diions and 1,5 Depicted i. Dry.'
other volunteers 'who have corn- mammal INe E.N
pleted advanced first aid train- 9 It live ina 1 e dl i t U e
in"'. the- 4-A PFM 'pelly.On- torh .
About 25 persons will be en- 0Perfect 5 pit frank-H. hahard-n. The a-
rolled in each class. 12 For what 11ooas Were e 1aetive .r

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ISTHMIAN DATA 1 ,5m A ,Uof vesl sOaadt
.17 SI _loth_ ,,e Io'b9 .d40 Laawt bar torV
I1 R oot w ord uI1St o1ofM h a VSTh e prop ft K o-
MARRIAGE LICENSESI f tIors 11 4.AUice effective .
TORRES. Laureano, 39. of R..d 20 Behold a pow 43 Dugle cal o
Tank. to NUIEz. Eloisa, 38, of 2l1Dimnutlive 14 Call"@ 31 Nr 44DAh "
Panama. of Stanley 4 deg (ab.), .3Sl. o* 4 f L4 ght tou-h -rank
21 Unoccupied Ia ls law ac'itr 6 Fresh W. Davis, Ft Di5
BIRTHS 35 Drove lamg laws 234 'Vt.~l. hL ip%0M.
PALMER, Mr. and Mrs. Pre- 2 iriatc aip 4. IS TUWU
derrick, of Panama, son, Jan. 9, 27 Depart
Gorgas Hospital. 28 Hebrew delty
ORTEQA, Mr. and Mrs. Hector, 29 Correlative
of Panama. son, Jan. 9. Gorges of eitheruntr
Hospital. o.eterRoe
DENIS. Mr. and Mrs. Victor, of 30 Negtdier -.
Panama. son, Jan. 9, Gorgas es- valuable -s7
pital. ,". -
TUCKNAIL, Mr. and Mrs. Ran- 33 Cut
dolph. of Panama, daughter, Jan. 36 Pecrilbed k 4 . .
10. Gorga Hospital. amount

LLIAM.R a- 45 Exists
nama, Jan. 3, or HospitaL 46 Bite i
S AmL.., En'. 73. ama. 4 M s
Jan. 10. Gorgas Hospital. 011tis .---- abhleoth'
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SCourler-journal of = 41= 07e, etOey,
^ PDecember 15th, 1950.)
9l PWCp- IT= SO GSRIT AND AMERICAN SENSE
Sent off the dollar dole on Jafnary 1. The Mars
W Vpored more than two and a i millionn lollars
ed country since April, 1941, i the flow oft ma
& 9 iF:kle as 1950 ended. Are there cr o anguish fr
fiCt On the contrary, the news Is h ldedinLon
best in years, with headlines shOuting "on. our
. ..a.nd "The dole Is dead." The ritish tn in Ihe et
i-e sentiments: relief that economic dependence
1in5nL and gratitude for the friend that came. In
S'* as not a pauper nation at the end of the war.
inallent was a shortage of dollars, and of gold that co
Into dollars. Dollar earnings had almost complete
British shipping was in large part destroyed by Germ
British investments In all foreign countries, inch
in-, had been taken over by the government and sp
Swear effort. Dollar needs, at the same time, w
g ,t. The country urgently required food, less than h
could be produced at home, as well as equipment
for British Industries.
--, rshall Plan was the answer to this massive prohl
iSt Bevln was the first to acclaim the proposal a
Marshail'a speech at Harvard in J4ne, 1947. He saw in
alhpee for British recovery and future independence, a
1 adeo In so many words. The program was laid out for fi
to eld on June 30, 1952. It was hoped that by that time B
Sthe other countries under the plan could make their o
t the crutch of American aid.
the British have thrown the crutch aside 18 months
te;atenainal date. They have succeeded through a remarks
-fnational effort that has allowed no political diviao
people have continued since the al of the war to
WiS tax rate In the world. They have gone painfully sh
eO umer goods in order to sell British products In fore
araets. .They have endured food rationing ever sihn 1939, a
tbsi y their government hails the end of Marshall Plan a
-alXo announce a cut in the meat ration which will go i
tJanuary 1. With this new one-third reduction, the tig]
belted Briton will receive each week as his full meat ration
centS worth of fresh meat and two cents worth of corned beef.
That is what it takes the British to get-off the dollar dc
'Eberganlzed a Dollar Export Board that ha helped to bo
uitlsi ~ales in the US. and Canada (alqo a dollar bloc country
$70,00.000 a month in October. This figure t a post-war
4. It was nearly double .thaeexpot rate ottje last quarter
,. At the same time. Britain cut its imports from this coun
J hlf. That is why meat and other foods are o short in Engla
J\ t the meager ration has to be reduced. But the British saw th
they could not survive with an annual sterling area deficit
over $4,000,000,000 which was the horror that stared them in t
face in 1947. Now the deficit has been converted into a slight su
plus.
=here Is no use pretending that Biltalp is out of the woo
o dY her dollar Improvement is based on heavy buying of w
materials by the U.8. during the past few panicky months. Me
is based on the deep cut. In the value of the pound sterling whi
the British adopted last spring. Most derives from the *ill of t
British people to endure unending austerity rationing, regulatloi
high taxes, and all the factors that make life hard and Irritatit
They now face the new problem of rearmament, which will cc
them billions and to which we will probably have to contribu
But the ending of E.C.A. aid has proved two things: the strong
of British character, and the soundness of the Marshall Plan fo
mula. The E.C.A. effort in Britain has copt $17 for every ma
wbnman and .htld Anflee United States. With It we have ug
economic recovery for our strongest ally in war or peace.

Frla la YOUR FORUM rH RIADIRS OWN COLUMN


THE MAIL BOX

Fhe Meal nea m e o tOerm 'm rwd.s" *t rhe Panema Amsncei
.en anon secfcved reterfullv end sre hndie dina s whole confident
If we gemtrabueeo Mttes *n' be umpatimnt I M doesn appusO II
qeat e t Lattn e ee pubMkeh a M he order, rnseid..
Pais ft to kee he Sieene limded to one age length
Idehntyh *f teIte wrten a hole on m uter sentcdenre.
Thku mews)epl esumes no pmdabile to tl6rtments n emopanlo
esprap o ine eton mm **eder

ZONIANS: ATTENTION
1028 Connecticut Avenue N. W.
Washington. D. C.
January 9, 1951
The Panama American
Panama City. R. de P.
Notwithstandin g the fact that I now reside and work i
Washington. D. C'. I continue to retain a genuine Interest in th
many nice people in the Canal Zone.
Every American in the Canal Zone should be interested t
learn that a Bill was introduced on Janpary 3. 1951 by the Hon
orable George P. Miller of California, proposing the ELIMINA
TION of the RETROACTIVE feature of the income tax law,re
cently made applicable to American employes of the United State
Government in the Canal Zone.
Immediately upon making this observation, I wrote the fol
lowing letter to Congressman Miller:
"Honorable George P. Miller, M.C.
Bouse of Representatives
Washington. D. C.
My dear Cbngressman Miller:
It wa's with a great deal of pleasure that I nota you
had introduced a Bill to eliminate the retroactive feature
of the income tax made applicable to government em-
ployes in the Canal Zone.
I am especially interested in the enactment of this
Bill, having been employed by the United States Govern-
ment lo the Canal Zone for the past seven years and I
hope you will successfully bring every effort to bear on
the House Ways and Means Committee ior enactment of
Sincerely yours.
Baly G. Rolette."
Since the propod Bill is NOW in the" HOUSE WAYS ANI
MEANS COQMMIEE. I cannot urge the Americans in the Zone
too strongly as to the importance of addressing a letter to Con
greasman Miller or to the Honorable Robert L. Doughton. Chair
man. House Ways and Means Committee, House of Representa
tives. Washington, D. C.. indicating a particular interest In thi
passage of this Bill.
Now, therefore, good Americans, write immediately to Con-
greasman Miller and/or Doughton and persuade everyone you
know to do the same.
Sincerely yours.
SALLY G. ROLETTE.



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PanamA American Press, Ino., will be held at the Offices


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Republic of PanamA, at 2. p.m. on MONDAY, January
15, 1951.
HARMODIO ARIAS
President


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WASHINGTON. Just what
,acie you earig last year be-
tween May 24th'a une 24th?
Those 20 d a yet wind
up as the mot rtant ones
in the nett raet w your life.
U14 The odds ri ai t within the
next month the capital's mobi-
lizers will try to treesse your
wages and the prim you pay -
or prices you ak for your stuff
S- at what they wen midway be-
an tween May 24th m04 June 24th.
nto All pf which ma*W many labor
pey chiefs unhappy And now that
1om President Tuman bhas delivered
idon his message on the 8tte of the
Iwn Union, he ought.-to know the
rWt state of mind qf the unions. They
on are not pleased wth the state of
the affairs here theese ys. Certainly
they're saying nil public words
The abuut Mr. Truman''.ard hitting
tuld Lalk. But privatly. they're ready
rely to hit his Adurltliatraton -hard.
fan First off, they're chilled by the;
ud- thought of the wage freeze date
ent because they think it would set1
ere wages about 14 per cent, or some
lalf seven to nine dollars to low.
and They've been promised in-.
creases but they they say they can't
am. live on the Administration's pro-
ter miss. They sa Mr. T r u m a n
L It agrees with their, but his all-
and powerful advisers and lieuten-
our ants, now mobilizing this coun-
ri- try. just won't listen and, what's
wn worse, even use them as "errand
boys."
be- Their smoke-filled rooms are
Lble scorched with their sizzling fury,
uns. for example, because the na-
ay tion's top economic boss, ex-col-
ort lege President Ajan Valentine
ln bluntly told the country's tope
and labor chiefs recently that they're
aid, iuSL his advisers and he's the
rto boss and will make. all price and
ht- wage decisions.
12 The labor leaders are in a pre-
ulcerous uproar because Valen-
le. tine by-passed them when he
Ost sought executives to man his
ryj network ofprice and wage
re- headquarters in some 13 cities.
of The former college prexy sent
try special agents to GhlcaRo over
nd Christmas to mingle with the
hat professors at the American Econ-
of omic Society. These agents were
the to recruit economists for Valen-
ur- tine's Washington staff .which
. now has only some 200 employes
ds. compared with the 8,000 the old h
var OPA had in New York alone.
ire It must be remembered that
ch labor leaders are Justifiably con-
he cerned. mostly with the wages
n3, their followers will earn and the
ng. money they will pay to feed and
ost shelter their families and that
te. industrialists need to know that
th competent executives are getting g
)r- their prices. Yet Valentine is vir-
in Allgoring labor and bust-
So0, since the union leaders feel
that they can't continue to bad- L
wer the embattled Mr. Truman E
much these days. they're going.
to use other needling techniques. '
Tuesday night the country's top I
labor giants dined together to P
work out a new strategy. f
In a few weeks the AFL's na-
tional high command will father b
i In a Miami Beach Hotel. There t
e. thevfl streamline themselves for
political action. First, they'll not t
h, give the Musicians' chief, Jim-
mle Petrillo. the one vacancy on C
their high Council. That will go
to a newcomer, a brilliant union- i
a, 1t named Al Havles, leader of p
the Machinists who have just a
brought their 600.000 members w
back Into the AFL.
The seat goes to Haves because b
Dan Tobin, Teamsters' chief, still d
the nation's most powerful and
leather lunged labor leader, says
"we want strong unions repre-
sented."
Then the AFL executive coun-
n oil. now speaking for almost 9,-
ie 000,000 members, will unleash a
strong political statement. And t
o should be reported here that It
- can't be strong enough for the
AFL's political director. Joe Kee-
* nan. He was. and is. bitterly Op-
" poed to the appointment of E
s Carles Wilson as virtual "as- a
- sitat president" And those la-
bar leaders who didn't agree with t,
Keenan at first, joined him in t
private denunciation of Mr. Wil-
son when the chief mobiliser c
failed to appoint a labor leader d
as his partner in power a sort e
of latter day Sidney Hillman. w
The Miar4 political statement o
will reveal that the AFL far h
from being discouraged by the
last election results are going ,
to pour more monev and man- a
power -Into thelz campaign ma- tJ
chimnery to fight or "our candi-
date." And this means Republic- ii
am as well as Democrats. n
It can be reported thak some h
AFL chiefs are willing to corn- d
promise with Sen. Taft and p
D others in the O.OP.. even it just
e to nedle the Democrats. But for nm
- the asment, these labor leaders 01
won't j near Taft publicly for t
fear of reorisals in their own m
Srircelds, and the consideration j.
that any such move now would r
oubliciv throw them behind the le
SSenator's foreign views in thp n
urrent ruhnln and racing de- w
bate. That would blister Mr. Tru-


man andrthat they won't do. M
Not yet.
That's the state the unions are e
In. .
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By BOB
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NEW YORK. There are some allied topics
here, .Which I would like to lump, loosely, under
a general heading. One touches that bulky art-
st, Paul Robeson, the avowed Communist-lov-
ng patriot who falsely claims spokesmanship for
his race.
Auether skips lightly over a nice amid- com-
peteat kid. Wnltey Ford. the ex-Yankee pitcher,
and Utill another fastens onto tie junior cause
celebre, Alfred bergdoll, and finally we. could
oquch mildly on a professional football- player,
ex-Lieutenant Olenn Davis. Somewhere, deep in
he heap, we got a healthy moral.
Robheon was born in 18968, -according to Who's
Who. Be got an A.B. at Rutgers during Weorld
War 11tn 1919 which made hn old enough for
hat war. He h.ab an jL. B. Coi;, an
4B:D., honorary, from Hamiton Coulegd:' anw
honorary M.A... from Rutgers; an honorary
L.H.D., Moorehouse; and an honorary Dr. of
Humane Letters from Howard. He.Is a member
of Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Phi Alpha, Sigma
rau Delta. Four-letter man, Rutgers. Picked by
Walter Camp as All-Amefita. You know of his
professional career as singer and actor. Did hbt
eightt in W.W. II.
Mr. Robeson has done nothing for his country
but to attempt to tear it down, yet he goes to
he court to havt his passport restored sq that
he may rend America further abroad, where
he ear is more sympathetic than here at home.
His home. Probably beat the suit, too, if the
;oplon case is any criterion.
Mr. Whitey Ford is a nice kid from these
arts, who broke into the Yankees this year,
pitched them to a pennant) with nine straight,
s I recall, and clinched the series for the Tanks
with a beautiful effort, which would gUarantee
him anything from half-million to a million
bucks for the next 10 to 15 years. Whitey got
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baseball career. A baby, yet, but very probably
finished.
Mr. Alfred Bergdoll is the sofr of our best-
known draft-skipper from World War I. He has,
pap's pulJudices against serving his country In
time of- need. He Is Ideologically opposed to'
war. Who tin't? But his principles are strong-
er than bis loyalty, as were the fugitive father's
principles.
Mr. Alfred Bergdoll dsaws ftre years for draft
evasion, for wYhich senteneS, hurrah for Judge-
Sylvester Ryan, who said quietly, P'You have
made yourself the object of scorn and con-
tempt" -
We come now to ex-Lieutenant Glenn Davis,
"MW. Outsltq" he. toastA 'th*AebloueWest
P t team'tit esth6 a Isi uatW'ond'
-0dnsiderabl tts uird -ti erflent -during &I
war --- the -st. one. Mr' e worked for4w the
Army ftr a couple of yea vtf the resent post-
war, to pay bff Uncle 8aita-qult his commission,
and is now playing progeeganal f tb 1a as anti-
climax to his romance wiTr izubethl Tiylor.
Several of Mister Dvs' former teammates are
dead, as result of fulfillment of duty in the cur-
ient little squabble in K req It must seem a
touch odd. to Mister Dava,. who beat one fWr as
an athlete, and seems likely to beat another^
As an athlete. And hea lt fesseloal fighter.
too, by education aid traln= ..
I buy Mr. Whitey Ford, a-fuzz-faced kid, who
went when he was called and didn't holler, at
least publicly, and him with more cash-conver-
tible talent than anything to hit the major pike
since DiMaggio. I also buy Judge 'Ryan, who
tucked away the BerRdoll brat, as an illustrative
nuisance.
But I leave Mr. Robeon. 'the unwilling. Amer-
ican, and Mr. Davis, the unwilling professional
warrior, to the archives, Maybe the archives
will know what to do with them.


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NA Washington Correspondent
WASHINGTON, (NEA). President Truman's operations mil
Itate of the Union message la Just as-broad or war, under t
as narrow as you want to take it. You can read were guarantee
nto the message anything you are fr, or any- and two years
hing you are against.. If this i what it takes thing like tha
o achieve unity, everyone should be pleased. The Presider
A quick check around the government agen- ment .f our
les in Washington revealed that they had no request- would
detailed blueprints on what the President want- Congress has
d. And so. for specifics, it will be necessary to Among them:
rait until he drops the other shoe, In the form I-Broader
f the annual budget message, to see just what and higher be
Ie does want. period when
Reading the State of the Union message one production. 2.
way. the President is still for all the New Deal cent minimum
nd Fair Deal measures that didn't get passed by FEPC law, to
;he last couple of Congresses. for women. ti
The President's recommendation for "round- 5-An industry
ng out 'our system of social insurance" could tion aid. 6-1
nean he is again advocating: I --Compulsory Taft-Hartley l
health insurance and- 2-Permanent and total
liability insurance under the workmnen's qom-. ECONOMt NO
ensation laws. THE Pseside
The President's recommendation for "improve- other, reform r
lent of out agricultural laws" is s broad as all a long-term de
outdoors. It reflects the changed political situa- nut neglect th
on in the Senate. where there is a Sew chair- strong economy
ian of the Agricultural Commite, Sen. .Ale .. ciety-'..
Ellender of Louisiana. President Truma, Sec- But in anot
itarv of Agricultbre Brannan bad Senator MB- sage, near thei
ender haven't had huddles yet to ee what the meant or curtal
ew chairman wants and what he will go along ana for '-rigid
ith. vitiqs."
Bby howdyI
LAY CHANGE PARITY ICHDUE and a big han
BOME of the subjects that-migh be .eMasder- point of the
d include: 1-Take the slding clue as to how
ut of the Gore Anderson Al cuurat President's pro
rice Act of 1949. Putting a find A.40; cent .
irity support price on alfcrop _s *_.no- in any test
essary for defense might be ary for main
would take away the discretion no* Wtcwa period. however
y Secretary Brannan In ftg the new Direct
2-The list of commodl oni support It 1 to have con
prices would be made i'. If Mr. Wiose
ranged. The vreent- IIw is neceajw
rops corn. 'cotton, _.W tgre, rm is likely
*anuts. Also for wool. things a defw
lah potatoes, milk ed, amen
Mond list milht bO i price an
stittated. If m ply of nurses a
ded, there would In other w
wtishables would be .das defense
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ght be included. During the last
he Stagall amendment, farmers
eed price supports fbr the duration
after the end bf hostilities. Some-
t might be revived.
not's recommendation for "improve-
labor laws" could mean that new
d be made for many things that
turned down in the last few years.
unemployment insurance coverage
nefits to take care of labor ki the
industry aI converting to defense
-Broader application Of the 75-
n wage. 3-A defense emergtcy
use all manpower. 4-Equal pay
o get more of them in industry.
cal safety bill, as a defense iroduc
That old standby, repeal- of the
aw.
TE SPAdRES 0HE "
nt makes ia appeal for those and
measure on the ground tlnat for
tense effort like tbi pne, we can-
e measures needed to maintain a
ly and a healthy democratic so-
her place nl the Preasdentia m-s
e end. he came out for poatPne-
Iment of many reform movements,
economy in.... non-defeue acti-
Didn't Cogrees e him cer
id oq that onelt was the high
message.- And that gives go
Congress Is likely to tt*A the
gram, once he at specf bout
on what wll be 6o4idevd -
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can 111 5umu 4I m oreih
have to pay Aa raeM l
other Words, the m rman r
cial personal gift from the t
Is not taxable until it is sold., s
the letter more thit sia months;, hi
Iq f Treasury agents args abo, t is
quite triuthu'that his letter i
once in a lifetime, that It was an, m. ou
sidnt, .and that It an gifttax I lSdI it I
H y Truman's pocket, not hisa,
Other people wz got "It nt
can also c Ca IhinW' nics lowr t
sident has bel kiad) ta SW.
Dr. MaopI, to Bye ro head
hood" charge in my dirpcton, he d-t id lt
a letter.
Someday, if I can get up neoj sn
Mr. Trufa to put it u wrri Tting M
to hand down to my children or i
tax. Raving been the ft
It hink he President owe= V1
OT-Anyone who ant b
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.Selective Service Director Lei iershey. )sy
following changes in the draft law to, the now sefoaW
gre : .
1. That the raft ager be lower front t o i
the maximum age Imit kept at 25. ,
2. That deformznt pf enlistees in the0
the National GuaU dzba."-.t
3. That draft iO'2ween wa .-W
following order: s,,allunn"W4 a
top third in their clase's.eeon dnonvels
dren; third, unmarried veterans; S". imavbts wwtit'
INCREASED LIVING CO f ; f
.One thirthat hs stumped price osamailH-V
Mike Di Balle is that they cannot impOe ove-all
on certain farm products until the t 'of livil -'
more. . ( a&*,
This Is because the farm bl~. 4 onagr Ins
alon In the price control bil wheeb
be controlled at a point under P&fi
May and June.
hB ause of this, the
Ia baker and Mild S.
it ead will have to Inoretsrasci
price controls, Ralph Trigg, the art
marketing boss, privately' iformetl b a iad
aThe Agrlure Department-. ha .B
Stabilizer V aOntte tht over-B
raise the nation's food')laIfrtn f pA eJ.
number of commodities not below n rt u


MEAT PRICE" CBINO"S :
Of the foods that will-be tonetoled, beef, la60b.h d
the it. All are bov, party. P .Ap IS
have a meeting with C i agi at oa ad
men this month and
February. It will take ta f a '
Next to meat, prodt itot. y to be on
cotton, .raisins ricge flgur .
oil,. & of wki are aBo4e1, 1
healt about controlhng as.w
dscouraging domestic production of
essential.
Publicly, the Agriculture Department has take i
tion on farm price ceilings, but privately has-te
following list of farm products for pousiWb w ."r
Wool about 29 per cent above parity; Cto, T pe
above; Sheep. 10 per cent above; Beef C'Ktt. -per meat
Rice, 2 per cent abdve; Tobacco, 2 per cent above; and
1 per cent above.
The list also shows these Itea to be below Mut.:
r cent Peanuts, 12 per cet; Milk for -lpr
Beans e 12 nar iat b.. t- U. i .-2 s. a.-MU


cent; Wheat, per cent Edible Dry Beans, 18 per o WE
per centphlckens, U per cent; Oats, 18 per Sat
per cent; and Oranges, o6 per cent .
SILVER BILLETS
A plV1 to se "liver bullets," the ancient and
strategists.
One aeil
food to .wo surren or to .uM atkoni
A soldlWt T-rfle pistR l would :g t l9, _"
rations. A soldier surrendering a mortar would St am
Igod, and so .a up to five gld bars (10 owea to
the surrendering of a plane or a Slit a sured
-With isr
Intoel .te reports from the front real that gbdy a tra
of the hinee troops fighting in Korea are hard-bltn
munists aot 'sueptble to silver bullet -
WABIMGTON PIEUJW ..,
ce rfnt of Herbert Hoover reto
cant o _t-of- $x 17
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of the Hoover sermon... 'e A
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EN LA PROXIMA GUERRA
6uR D necesarianmenite eonsistira en nimpedir la ac-.
de ls Quintas Columnas, del ataque solapar
,r subrepticio.
-'--Ie afirma-aunque no hay base pars ello-quen
Sel Canal de Panama no esta adecuadamente prote-
gido contra una agresi6n armada. Afn en el caso
de qae lo estuviera, el peligro principal e me.
te del Canal ahora, como en todo tempo, s 68 I1
Safbttaje. Como el Canal es una de las prineipJef
6nIapp de defense de los Estados Unidos y, por en-
d d. de las lemocracias, grande es la responsatb-
Sdad' ie Panama en lo que se roza con la prevenpti6n
o represidn de posibles quintas cord mnas.
Siendo esto af, cabe preguntar si esti el pals
t preparado para hacer frente a esa possible emer-
gencia. Pars tratar de formula una respuesta se-
ria conveniente tomar en cuenta dos factors que
tienen ftima relci6n con "el problema: Por una
part el nefecto aque haya producido en el pais la
propaganda comunista. Parece ser, juzgando me-
ramente por. I" apariencias, que aqui como en otras
oaunidade de la America. Latina, no faltan pro-
diliton, conscientes o inconscientes, de Ia causa to-
4aitaria. Por otra parte, deberia considerarse la
actuall condleion econ6mica del pais para juzgar si
" '-bay campo propielo para que se desarrolle el ger-
.ben comunista. A este respect se sabe que hay
depresidn en los negocios, merma en las rentas del
fstado y aumento en la cesantia. El nmimero de
Sesocupados eh la cudad de Panama constituye
*-otivo de justificada alarm. En otras palabras,
larece ser que la probable infiltraci6n comunista
S la inestabilidad o- k depresi6n econ6mica, son
Sliares que ban de contribuir a crear serlas difi-
qIltades para que Panama pueda, de manera real
31 efectiva, cobperar en. la defense del Canal, me-
Siante la represin del sabotaje.
S. En tale& Sircunatancias, lo aconsejable parece-
Z a ser que el Gobierno Nacional. sin ambages ni
S.ticencias, ponga las cartas sobre la mesa, en
S ta franca con su poderoso y 6Igico aliado y
:- exponga las dificultades que el pais confront
S A ta crazada por la supervivqncia de los pueblos
Los estddletas not*amer*ane saben bien
S-ue un pueblo sin vigor econ6mico, mejor dicho en
S ondiciones de inestabilidad econ6mica, no puede
Sreastir con hxito los embates de las quintas colum-
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LA COMPARIA LOPE DE VEGA
11-I
SHabli ayer del plan de abo-
no para el mes de mayo -en
su primers qulncena- de la
COompafia dp Lope de Vega,
soegun me lo expuso. Justo Alon-
so Osorio, actor y representan-
to viajero de ese magnifico
grupo de nrtistas reunido ba-
Jo los auspicios del nombre del
F nix de los Ingenleros, aquel
dranmaturgo monstruo de la na-
turaleza.
Just Alonso Osorlo es io-
Yen, de medlana estatura, cen-
cefio, con la cabellera levemen-
to roja, largas patillas que cast
legan al lobulo de la oreja.
Pronuncia el castellano con el
Scento de Castilla, nl ceceante
ni bronco. Entuslasta de su pro-
feid6n, se deleita en el recuer-
do de figures de la escena y
en el de obras fanosas.
QuizA Alonso Osorio nos en-
cuentra a Herbert de Castro.
La mi msmo, excesivamente par-
tidarlos de un teatro que no
es el que mAD se hace. Pero
se adivina en su mirada que
ello le complace en el fondo,
porque indica devocion. Claro
que nos Interrumpe:
-No hay que excederse -nos
dice-: no hay que ir hacia un
teatro que el pfblico, el gran
pOblico, que es las verdad en
el teatro, rcchace por incom-
prensible o par complicado. El
piblico de capillitas. de mino-
rias, no es el del teatro. podri
ser el del libro de verses, el
del ensayo, nunca el de la es-
cena...
Y la verdad, hay que admi-
tirlo; Justo Alonso Osoro tie-
ne razon. El teatro es de ma-
sas, ante todo de masas. Por
ese se hacia en plena calle.
a las puertas de las iglesias.
en las plazas, al sol ardiente.
o en las noches lluminadas por
antorchas.
Trae la Compania Lope de
Vega decorados y cuanto es
necesarlo para representar los
autorea sacramentales comoa s
representaban en el siglo XVII. I
Y clertamente nosotros tene-
nmos un scenario m aravi ,o
para tal Intento- el de Po -p.
ma. la Vieja, entire las ruinas
de la Catedral tnconuLu e.-..
en su escallnata correspondieii-
te al preblsterto. 81 fuera po-
sible-.. No queremos sofiar.
Pero eso constltuye la tarea
de cultural. Aprovechar estos
eoementos quo se nos presen-
tan y lograr hacer cultural de
verdad, en su sentldo mnis am-
pillo. Nos hablan Alonso Osorlo',
a Herbert de Castro y a mi,
que en algunas cludades de
nuestro continent la Conmpe-
fia Lope de Veta ho ofreci-
do autos saeramnAta&l .e las
plazas pftlloss:Amnrjt ofA 61i.
tinmanente. Y quo 01 wiunfo
habia sado inenarrable.
Callemos, no se nos hags la
boca ausa.
Despuds del abono de las seLs
funclones de que ayer habldL-
bamos podriamos pensar en
unas funclones de tipo ecolar,
por la tarde. Cuales caeria fue-
ran Astas? Talvez yo trpitlera
"La Vida es Suefio"; quizi la
nota histdrica de un drama
romanUeo a 1o Schiller n1o ven-
dria mral: "Maria. Estuardo".
por ejemplo. Afln una coledia
ligera, bien construida, opti-
m.iata. Pongamoa "El- igntd ale-
gre" de los Hermaosa Quin-
tero. culto a un teatro que ha
pasado, pero que conmerva un
aroma.
Los,Qulntaro Jueron 4ow-
cia dp. bleb dfIadosr ,ese
p6bleio que ho '" al teatru a
Intereaarse en, t.roblas,. lino
a diverUrse, a. digurlre -icer.
No se senria: .'resA'. ,rMpe-
to. Nos lo obse&v .Alfp. Osao-
rio ..
P.ero past *ino pretdi.d lle-
gar a l.gorar; Itm nu.vor gus-
tos. La hablmoi .de "Cel. del
asire", deo L6pez X4b4W~ ra el
abono, como demostracien' de


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^f l lmHacnl suplllr- Jeapms; .
L.^ ^J m auyos nu- cios, flaai
l a contueacion, norau se
<_It-mmedlata de Jos tmayd M.
it w uvweron en prs. E.; Arlui,
r i desde e l sd E.nrltue; OCM
1 "0. Considers Is. Francisco, A,
bbea1ca qui todas aqullas a68; Cohn, ,
O.m quo so beneftcian con. los. 0; M
,w u ,,,-qw. ofreutdos ai Ramon;:f
por elia, esttAn a la Rodrigu tA4
f 4 .depolver las a.-u, nesto,
Olon"l que ,obtuvieron en des; Donam
8'0m r que so perjudlcan Gonzaleb. 11
W; ,t omelia de dichs_ Ii- te B.,o A
1m,.i baabl biblogrAfico poldo LX;-a
1 i aa. Los lectore la V
Zroa. .r los sigulentes: Dora U. q
MAte P. P rge L., O lIvez H.,r do; Ouers,
iOemt; Otrres, Segundo: o0- la Jr., H uMI
mco, Mfreya; Remdn, Cecilia halo A; WVt
de Vlllalobom, Victor; Rive- co Abdiel; e
3r., ua-n; Lasso, Luls A.; L6 ca, Jos Ant
, Gladys; Moncada Luna, guel A.; MJ
is A; Pinaon Nifo, R. I.; Mafiez Jr.; '
angel, Le6n; Rodriguez. FPlix de C.; iBalb
Rula C., Cecliai.; AArose- piar-Luche;.
na, *olvar; Arias, Alfrcdo; Belizl, Mk
pinosa, JRdteW o; Mendoza, A- Erain, ira t
thamn; Revelo, Raal; Luz- Leon,. Mi
ido, Arnulfo; Abott, Ag s- Harmodlo; C
, 0.; Anglin, Victor; Gaicao rreon, Mwm
eM., ItsL
vedad. No nos basta. Ahi es- 'M a-, j
Dueno Vllejo con su "Hsto- 0R DfLW
de una escalera".' Yo no .lg "ztooi
seo que la Compaflla Lope de ltr, Axnm
Sse vyas doe Paan m sin nW .o"
e nos ofrezca esa' comedia' vIInm.


que rompe moldes. No hable-
os. deo a mim nueva, "Le ar1
diente oscurldad" -unar come]
dia entire clegos- que parece
estan a punt de ensayar los
comedienres de Carlos Lemos.
C6mo ofrecer este tipo de
comedlas, pars ml el mas 3so
gestivo? En una series de fun-
clones. estraordinarIas y fuerg
de abono que ha de organizer
Herbert. Ie Castro pars la, fae
randula que en mayo nos viA
sitar&. Seria indignante qu e no
se hiclera. Y Herbert lo ha de
hacer porque el pablico se 10
pide. Incluyeamos ."'El antlcuam
rio", escenifleaclbn libre de un
cuento de Carlos Dickens, he-
cha por Enrque S Irez di
Deza. No olvil4mos 'Dos Mu-
Jeres a las nueve" de Juan Ig-
nacio Luca de Tena. Esta 61-
tima comedla es. "comerclal",
leatro teatro, pero con vigor
vital,.
De modo que ya saben uste-
des lo que hay de la Comps-
ilia Lope de Vega. El aaunto
ahora e s que la acompanfe el
triunfo..


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t*de Alarka que viv xn
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- "6 Mar Artico.


i" t..fql determinar aTn al
r Oftleido Influencia ea
lft- vatnv pora se cree ,ti.e
Ii pg anda es una ame-
aw i.'Ira la eguridad. La
progrWaa son difundidos doi-
4tj 00l0 paor una mujer q'jo
: al 9 de Budapest, y por o-
t ;..E unciadores rusos que
'4abi .nglBM a perfeccion. Su
pr4l=S_ propaganda consi. Le
S-41Wt. lu*a *6o lucha poi la I
pasi. qie las democraciaas -s-
4An habltadu por imperidlis-
a5/I'y beliclatam. Hasta ah. ra
Ia propaganda no ha obstaauu-
Ilad la geationes de log-er
que Jos natives so enlisten e:,
la iqaldla nacionki.

Estalla incendio
en una escuela de
equitoci6n en E. U.
VN VSRD. Mass.. enero 12
(UI). oy estall6 un gran
Inondto en esta ctudad, des-
tr pad tina eacuela de equl-
tcp, faulando la muerte a
9* aafliit4iu


ir a - .
e l I Los dafia se caleulan en
empo. el avl6n 7500 Sdlares. El fuego comen-
reeordo pars loe it e un esltablo en done se
v, Veloidad de ncontraban 52 caballos, exten-
mil metro .eon dndose rapldamente a otros 5
vra avioneo de edflcloas, quem rndolos hasta los
rd di altura de ciimentos. La pollcia tuvo que
1 apsrate, con- disparar contra euatro caballos
ros de kerosene que Iniclaron una estampida,
velocidad mxl'- matindolom.
1 8" kflmietro s Varios anlmalem c a y e r o n
n viento de co- muertos en Ila puerta principal
etros por hora. de loi establos, evitando asi
loas intentoa de salvar a otros
s Constructors animals entire los cuales se
oner en .venta encontraban .varlas ejemplares
P i 3 *.i7 1de ozhiblcla.
.m m de-r.. Lo bomberom de mis de seim
Ie unmo 2 ~. 0 pueblos lucharon aontra las lla-
2SS- de5a edo ma pn r oat do une hora, pu-
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MBXIfO. i. 0ero 12 (UP)
-- C-Pree nte de lq d tt-
gccnb tot er a la
cotn teraine-
ficanp'..tie a elebraado
el he que so
open a A coteronla
ucepte la dde Arken-
tinsa. t de de. Buileno
Airea me dUo0-h c que 3 de.e-
gados 4de, laOSoderal6n te-
neral de o7r tb'rem de Ar-
gentin poartr en avi6n de
la Pan American hoy, rumbo
a Mdxico.
El Co-PRx dmte, Jacob 8.
Pototaky, dUo- "o me opongo
al totwlMrlipoy tanto de laI
derecb *'op r- it, ilquierdC'-".
'Ye serfba'Uo i los primtros
que trattrk de tromper el Con-
gre o' '0 me copeede asleito
a '. l de sindicaLus
P pMId.ull6 los Infor-
mpis en el sen-
0tido q u Dpartamento de
Estado 0d Jwa a'tados Unaios
catA lo el congress a
iLrAv6s de la .auMerota delega-
cl6n norttoamueau. Pototafsky,
quien en i.niasB del comi-
t6 de. sntM' latinoamericanos
del "tongfri: de Organismou
Industry .! m' loas *BE UU.
dijo qu el m lento obrnto
nortea lutIqao es "lo suficli -
temeuto cudd .oomo para" de-
cirle .Wall Street: viyase al
Infierao".

Austin pide a la
ONU firmeza en
el ctso de Corea


ATLANTIC CITY. Nueva Jer-
sey. enero 12. USIBS. Los
EAtadl Unido Undm estn luchaudo
en fftW de unk posicon fuer-
te y nmida en Corea, dentro
de la Organizacidn de las Na-
cionse Unidas, caracterizadis
per euatro p u n t o s prin-
cipals, Incluyendo ia colnLU-
sl6n 4e que los comunistas ciil-
nog han cometldo un aero de
agrei6n contra aquel pais. s--
gOn ha declarado Warren R.
Astin, Jefe de la iegaci6n de
los Estadom Unidos en la ONU.
En discurso pronunciado ano-
che ante la Aociacl6n de Co-
legios Americ nos Austin mpen-
clono lao cuAro puRtos de .c-
cl6n de la ONU asl:
1- -Una conclusion de que
el regimen comunista chino se
iha burlado de la autoridad de
tas Naciones Unidam y ha co-
metido agresi6enen Corea:
2.-Urnsa reaflrmacl6n de los
prop6stlu de la ONU en Cj-
rea, aollcltando el retire acl
invasor, 7 la abtenel6n de tao-
dos los emibn*a a prestar a-
yuda al agl aor;
L.-Un llamsado a cada inten-
bro para. quoe spoen la acci6n
decidida por las Nacioneo U-:
nIdes. en proprei6n a su ca-
pacidad;
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ttvar de inmedlato el ComLt I
de Medidas Colectivas a fin de


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SAN FRANCISCO, 11 de enero-(Correspon- -IINAD DEO AZUE r o iH r .n w.
sd)-Al examiner hoy el medico de la Unidad Sa-- 4-;: a
nitare al niflo Evelio Iguali, oriundo del Caribalf, 1 ;
camero vecino a esta comunidad, le encontr6 los 6 una partidse flep, ..on
sintomas de Ia poliomielitis y orden6 que fuera tru.- ..r .. ... ,
ladado al Hospital de Santiago para ponerlo en ob- aen ri T basT t
qervaci6n. e
Ayer tambidn ingre.s6 al Hospital de Santiaago ., r.. talen R Heriquezls (.175000.0,);
itro niflo con los sintomas de la terrible enferme aate m," t a I ois, u ,e
dat Esperamos que el Gobierno Nacional tome me- l deT I derosSA el nr. o fn
dida urgentes con esta region, pues su nifie so s o eon a t e *d.on d
encuentra desnutrida y anemia, por lo tanto Ia l de varlo as Renta y a 1l 3 pr .p larg-
polionielitis po4ria convertirse ficilmente en una en O dna cr TonoiB. e 5 t l bi a
epidemic funesta en nuestra comunidad. NACO e *1 urs sa iM A ,etaf".m-
i- -oft- ermngo: cl re tar-%a
por medio gstaSavio W, '03 do sten-
de I t d 109 b de s0 o destin6 cgumenteeg lones.
a CR U C IGR A M A w .000,00, parsa to d r que ea
*rt, Caermn Mari elks 3OUNDO Quo practiesmen rk riak
.. - s -nS 0t lJoe baj osde I carretera t10s t-o t gm".
Pocrl de Los antos halts W lc ie n ide ter- ni tar n. r-Wal S__
Inlolamo Is dpresentocl6in de m inadogad imprsctledbles qerosen ( n. ot
lis seAoritas candidates al rit- los n at=m, par e a via, has. b). _. -''t
d na Ge Asero. Le ha Cu&.ca- Tonabl l de 4 I "nal6a w ta
ndido a Isaseforita Solis, dar TR -rQu I aua de Yl. ... o tt
prim clarinsd la si m i nIig- d 0iner0 afn queds ase logrt- Is S vaT O1 f s 19
pAtita lucha que per el cetro liciente para terminal los tra-. di 3ny*6M0 f I 1d951.
del relindo de Azuero. suspi- bijog do Is cr arrlers a Ton A, bl a 0 8
ceddaco Santeflis y herrera- deben tr" lnvertldo en ObrWa duo whe
nsa. Prototipo do nuestras vi- qu e benstlelen l Muanlolploas elb a d, l te es .Tona dt
Ils Interlorsnas, I1 sentorit,, Tonaci. 'en forms m baie- hmts I S i m -,Mesa,'In lVfdte.pub"lk
Soil sj eos ha confirmado sus to Y efectiva; y yY-1 W *, d c n is saso" r inan d aosarnazo nes' awes
Inteosines de a o ar todo o QUINTO:-Que par Resolu- 75.0W 0). 0 es strk a)10s lions 00(a G"1
quo humsnsnmente Is sea po- el6n dictadap nr el Gonseo ARTIGULO ao-t ci .Pres a lnierlo ,,A Gdl roento Ps-ft bligan calb I
un complete nto4: o deseable a It Alnmbls Naelonalaa Is lo am a.lktadaI p t 'f a t MunDde oIIL n ooe d ei anmen los pre .
seria lucr L a c corona. no dice dlfeacsl6n de Is lay quc eode. tft.ins Aa e-l de eqt Coltumn rs "n to p pero S delude
la gentle efhorltsa Soils. pero en eAb tt qu iedo po4IsA B ICUm4-mt aLm Syc a CaeRgl lt I o lt-o a lI Pltlolw ow peel
de no poderse conseguir, le dinero fuers invertido en trs mn a reG Gdalso u San-. h n4t*U@ate? y S TC Ulle reu
quod&a Is.atiufacc6n coma san- Obras.cosacel4tsalty ns. .
tefia, h aber contribuldo con auu rs DiCRrUTA? Preenta a hta emIs ea a as ttda aese- rte u g 1 rano do aren.. .M
grana de irens a Is loeble ca- ARTICULO 1o.-Dergase is la isIt oWIbe A t Wt- tocoiprutben hephqt: po tie1 uel to qpe
,, .me mnSrltSrf labor quo tan pa- primers parteo delI Acpitp C ctIOdW, t 01 11 1 iO 0 Diputie algosa hu u- staM-bdri a.m s l isa? pr.t'
lcamen' -an abrazado la del Artlcula 2o. Gde IoisLey atpos rit mvbeta Go1 na Am a .let If pntst de .a :fls v at
federaclonos doe ocledadea San- de 4 de Fetreor de 1950, quo Diputado, lentMs Y 11"e"tB.15.00 e
tefas y Herreranas. Fuerte gru. destiny la mums de elento me.. barlo at dah ~ ia
p do simpatizanteu do sa 'lenta onc ml bal bos, Pantae6 Henriques Bersal I-o1e1 Wnl1r. is, d ur A IR o i
ftorl a Barolls Bs spreatan a a-h i-bnsd1 B orr". tie s do c i..iis.eceop inms.
ucr ns 4nemostrail6n 4fu&.l o m AprA_.w1d"p
HORIZONTALXS: 12-E xialt. cohe alen ens 1 l a. orero Nl s s hnuae Celebrar6n festss p .. re*
18-Re el d 2-0t ]egr a 1en jitd, come l df que
-Sracl6n a vela. 19-Extraes. el Jardin B alboa. aa a- d ec area el primer idti i i
vaienta. 20-De pqueiaetatur. traccin especial yrludir 9 el 1 S
s loe d de validos. 21-Advelmo de lugar, primer rutino. d dendo prefer
Dl vorbo dividir. o m 3-Td mic s. Li rl fr- a
onocido. 24-Pupa ri. .t n lia L2 rn uErn. aios So 1 A!
de la imprents. 27-Afdresis de ahura. i o Ros, FPeu yPotrfl d *
i*.ra castellana. 28--Blonte de Europa. 'a a d lpcil W( dvidendo prefe- CHEPO, enero 11. (Cones- c ra f
el mar, nP. 30-Cuba del horo alto, n La Chrrem un d tteto a ou te- ponsali. Rieins, gran entu- f. n, I Ma a
verbo ser. 31-Desinencia do los quebra- nedores d4d *preferida aslamno con mot4vo domI2cele-4.e0t0n0 miss
ve-o tar. dos. ea ade de Me o do ems so 61 de D braCt6n del nataleilo, ei 18 del nueas stra cones I Ur- l qu l-
33-Cocino en seco. rs .4reoon d o91a;de]oniquInre i qof0rib
ombre de muJgr. 36-RePam MNaclonal, 3. A., coloci i media.- ropo don Josh O aii Duque, Gudablemente oenk m&- t -%_
Animal daromtico. S-Araenido traquo micros- LA .CMORRRA, co 0dots 1e. dogdo- 1950 ,6Zi prejerl- a esuela G de Chso que con goeson da Im l na
i--ntoar Italsno. B17c6plco. (irCorresponaal) Crecie el n- du aen el morcalo a Mslonal. me usto orgullo leva e q ombre pM am t-a, eaat atfreono aperupeeti- o tn]
-Pante del cuorpa human. 3---aombr de varlos empera- tuusamo per las fstivdade diants ofcrta prlvadms. Lo del eclarecido y er torio clu- flestaa de costum ,end a ucho nA s aeguefisa qua ten boterss
-Del verbo aromar. dores alemines. que en honor aI carnival. ce- dignatarios de la sociedad nos dadao, prepares u excelente iosaglropWals w4e mar ot dlstO
Toma notas. 40-Muri6 a manos de cain. lebrar esta ciudad en lan se- Informaron que la accioes prona artlstico con el quoe t arqueolwgica do .
slnencia de los quebrados 41l-Dignidad etiope. gunda semana del present preferidas de alteP pr e lato deau merecldo hOsenaje oonAN- de outs 'Sp
arro, Inv. 52-Letrs eastellana, mes. La escoaencla de las be-q s6n quedu na p napus nds a os a I emoria d41 d ntdlc partom Gel .....-
u anulmeasa y0piritusiss -ehori- rIdt o patriarca, 1iem P atesovnis*a. - :1
*-. vera. s r. 4- L rl an vertmrlta. M Vilma Marengo, Virginia m cd e nal s ir .C S r d estrimedado e n e 1 i p
4- iga .ci mno 'odsa a r'iri ilotS uue sincero de ;1s0a GMsa tendru oetft t 8 0110o1 do M f NO& 3CumNJ dot MIII~ltl.
-Altars 45-Leta grig. McKay, Petra Maria Romero y frenciaaltr
a-Psp yo. 4 o-Sledad Espafiola soclalis- le n Oteto deape ado p tiblica adonde s t neca r-to- de el pueic e Opo. id o o d d y Te ribl
-Adverblo de lugar. ta, Inic. c inter d s G del a Gdig as susinfvepsioinesla &5 W -1n quiriAL o yu a ta le nuvo ov n punts de Is mdans del dia 164bes .o
I--e verbo rematar. meLsa*,i 5 dads,-lamt isa slltas lit azucprers N."Pars ae all u.eMo... a.
Sbcerdotes. r anLtlUCih O NATER de queo goman estam cults da- azst festividades A2raa b Io4 a1 e a ft on, per l. niis4tro do AVE
41-Tinder de locomotora. P.. DIlrao & Ienladas par SIs.afr tf O AVS-
-Merla de paz cetraP. rootsoentre su lnnmoos sin-- dei carnival el rbado 20 rP q eE envien dtta d eatd s Cpltar ~ t Y ALFP LA pars use dl eu*dr6n del Caballers
lJ-- osa de pal z lun era. patladores, qulentm tratarin el parque central Martin Pill- S4e Angelo Jap. -. Polic NAonal.
.-Daas do is uns de stoar a tods costs a su Ilet. Despues de eate "acto y delIsNlciNinI.
balos. .legida como relin del carna- recuento de los votos emitide a chilla p ara Vale la pens Irt a ILas 'ospoeiicaopw .sevn .rmgWis a loo into.
VERTICALES: Val. a favor de las dlferentes can- i0 en a divertirs Y l rerado. durante lasrorse hbilos do rlaIns.
"1--lido aeriforme. 1 comilt6 eneraddo de alen- didatalIs, la or.uetst to m at otonil prodUotOr G9 -W11 1
o1-- tolaeiiformewntar ei torneo a isitolutd do nu- regio bale qua el comity, con *uuuurc 6n don= 0
,.I--Conmtlacldn. ineroso pdbllco, ha dispuesto el apoyo del comerco-7 do Ism re sprivile5 i s naro noodo1951.
4--Llbertsal, galicmo. contratat un gr apo de profe- institucionet dc e -r o lea.I Aare, y sus varvdog o JUAN J. RQDRIOUEZ
4--Clu socal. galiclo, lonales de ioa mt eIa do laldad, aie oironM al .bloo GM ,CADMZ. -Unero 11 (Corree- i, usevndel M
uu so totalidad. onas I s Be. rn -ests d omde u ontda i eunl6a n we u
,---sI* vorbosa or. cludad cpital pars ,menLzar el honor de lasm pAai *--gus.,Me USGmu 'hoislde roioncIsn eeoOWfdoate
-4-ombro e om ujer. acto de Ia lnada de i& banders reinado del carnaivah pl6n viee aufriendo las con- uestra pais, pe0l
-i do. cuenls p y obticulos que pro Go wgabs es R Go M ....
deAbo nVISO DE LICITAC1ON ..aiatoIa dis.tacn C coma dato ,-int,. R
o--borvor de mujer, e ivine acugaon muchos sevos "que, BugablL R.
Hasta las 10 a.'n. dol dia 22 do inero de oB10.04 99a0ltuelGG n d ree primejo- e D 2.. d Mniterl
ABONO NATURAL reclbirrn propustas on Iel Despacho del Minisatro do jars 8 los es de veroano f~ate h.788,- Ilev '41sidf l (It pQropplU:t: :rrad:, h10 .
)bras PObiloae para la limpioza, inspecci6n y engrase do mdo a reparan l camno aludhdde -o ,. .. I04 H en ourse, a la 10 a.sh
Agricualtors Mojoronhalos rodillos y pl.oas! do expansion, ast ao tambaa Vtran u. 15.000 h. connfpt a uo de Rtlrq do MatS
lpars la pintur total do todos los puontes do la carretors. Pere ha la desdleha quo SI "--'--
,tar'fleo de vehiculo results ml de hsi gtles a itA +IMdt4 Horne reL.
El Banco Agropecuario c Industrial reoibirh 6rde. national comprondidos centre Rio Hato y Divis- trde ousddo a el Invterne pal at terminar Is emimais so rn
,as hasta Erero 30: pars la entrega do abono natural Las opeolfloaoio'ans y datos pertinentoc podran eoapros aestmtee dee a qu s eua trabajo destruylmn Ia Lao espoaifiosoioneserAn cntrogadas a Ice IntL-
--uan- al precio de B 1.75 per quintal. Dirijanse a: obtenorso en la Secol6n do Caminos, Callue y MuellO Memrno ha ordenado que Olalt el aser 4 rasados duranto las horas hIbiles do .flia. ,
previo dep6mito do 1/B.0O. achilla carte en el traysse. IObrai Pblbots a G@*5a JUAN J. RWUQ.UZE
BANCO A*ROPECUARIO -- ECCION TECNICA MANUEL V. PAtIRO quo conduce el corregimleuth d&mnarGio rabshoS Jefd d Ma ies Oamfwss.
PANAMA Ministre de Ob 0as fMl i ed obroem PanamA, 9 do Enoro do 1951.
SP aa m ,. 22 d e D ic lem br e d e 1 950. 1 I E l A v is 0 Om m rtu n l# p nfr id e ta u M a . ,*- -- .


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COMPARIA INTERNATIONAL
DE SEGUROS, S.A. !
So avisa a los saoolonistas de la Compafia, quo t'N
Viernbs 19 del presents, a sla 4 p.m., tondri luger I
el local do It Cempatla, situado en la Avenida 0C
No. 20, la JUNTA GENERAL ordinaria de scoloenhe
con el objato do prosentar ,s Memoria y Balanoe
rrespondlents al afte do 19 y nembrar 3 Diro
ouyo period tormina.
Psnam6, 12 do Snere do ml. 1
CIA. INTERNATIONAL DE SEOUROS, S. A.
J. A. Ziibeta 2
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PRIMER


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OFERTAS NI DE DIAS ESPECIALES


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Ave. Justo Arosemna y Calle 29 Este


ESTOS SON NUESTROS PRECIOUS



CADA DIA DEL ANO


Papel Wald ............... ..
Farols . . . . . . . ... ..
Gallea Satid es ....... .. ....
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* Corn Fake, grande...........
Jugs Pema Dl Monte. .... .2 x
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Cut Gre Bless Del Monte, 10 oz.
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tLech C lda grande Nestl. .


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Leche SMA. ................
Pelarg6n 1 lb .......... ....
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Miscelaineas

VINDIN:-Claves, tubene negre,
mere so nalade, Fit-Tea cart6ni
i.lsfder perp ciopes smI) mode-
.i- w levamanes., ecuades. etc. a
tos places mis belao en plase.
AQCNCIAS GLOBALES. Vie Emps-
Ga, legend a Jua France. Tel.
3-1503.
SE VNDEN -. Peantelones fines ase
C-abordna a 8.4 'S. antes B.8.50
c.e rop.cal Worsted, a U 4.50, on-
tS 8. 50. uonitas colors. dazar
Madrid Aproveche est. resbele.
Acc .amoa do reclbiu comento blonco,
..ia. Dulcidio GonzAlez. Fabric de
''.saictCs. AviPnl. Cubo N 8. Pa.-

UE VENDt'-Cachorios finos de lobo.
L 25 v d.20. Flia Vilar. Bairfioad
'anama-America. Calle 90. finol
Parque Lefevie.


AVISO .


SE VENDE
Bienes Raices
SE VENDE:--Kiosco de revistas, ci-
garillos. etc. Produce 250 mensua-
les. Informan Comisariato Lilyi. co-
lle 25, Calidonia.
SE VENDE:-La abarroteria y refres-
queria "La Volcoria" Ave. A y ca-
lie 11 Oeste, Tel. 2-2834.
SE VENCE:-Por motive de viaje el
negocio Joyerla Miami, con o sin
mercancia. JOverio Miami, Aveni-
da Central I 59.
GOCE DE LAS DELICIAS DIL VALLE
DE ANTON:-Ofrecemosle chalets
y lotes a precious convenientes.
Wolff y Cia Colle 5a., No. 22,
Tel. 2-2388.
SE VENDE-Casa amueblada, con te-
rreno en Cerro Campana, luz el6c-
trica. agua potable, estufo gas, re-
frigeradoro. gas, Balboa, 3447,
Lambert, B.4,000.


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SE VENDE
Autoim6viles .
SE VENDE:-I Chevrolet Club Coupe'
1949. 2 Chevrolet Panel 1948- se
3-4 Ton. 1 Chevrolet Sedan I
porto 1946 de 1-4 Ton. Mr i)e
Oferta. Llame Tel. 3-1767 y M'
3477 de 8 a. m. a 5 p. m. _


SE VENDE:--Cadillac "62", So4a.
nette 1949, 12,000 mills lIlantas
costaodo blanco, radio. Hydramrrti-
co, excellent cOndiclones. Calle 45
No. 54, Apto. 2.

SE VENDE:--Willy's 4 puertas 1941.
perfectas condiclones, cash, motor
Ford, complete, 4 clindros, com,,
presor de aire, sin motor. Esquina
Federico Boyd y Calle 14. Tel. 1315
J. Col6n.
VENDO: Pick-up International
1947. Magnificas condicienes., im-
puestos, seguro y placa pogados.
Precio m6dico. In'formes telifonos


L: V.NCE:--Me=clodora de concrete VENDO: En Calle 7-Via Bleserie -'l
r. irca Ronrome" de 3 1-2 pies Prres., case de concrete de dos VENOO:-Ford Sedan 42. Magnifi-
c bicos ideal poro pequeno cons- recamoras, solo, comedor, cocina, coa car.dicionse, pagodas impuestos,
lFLa;i,. Ave. 4 de Julio No. 51. porch y servicmo Tiene hipoteca de placa, segura 1951. Telefono 2-
S---- --- -- n.7.750.00. Informeoi6n: Tel6fene 2249.
.. o eu( opera c.loblecida Panama, 2-2944.
S'.. .us pp.c'E br.go.. todo fini- -SE VENDE: -Chevrolet model 1950
S r. Ac 4 ae Julo 19. VENDO: Chole de concrete, cosi model de ljo, sedan de cuotro
S -- -- nuevo y recihn pintado en No. 3, puertos. Para informed Avenido
S ..NDEN -20 cabeza de gonodo call. 14, Via Btliserio Perore. Central No. 224. esqu.na Edificio
ia; cr.ollo. enrazOdo cebu B Acepte permute sebrm n let. do Lux.
.' j oa un. .1 -Ir.'e c;. e -. terrenos, Is mimoa qua ugunda hi-
= No II Tel 3-0244. poteca. Tiene Hipoteca can of SE VENDE---GANGA! Chevrolet 48
---- Banco Nacional de B 7 950.001. convertible, en perfect estado, -on
/, .-o le:.or qu cre un lbro par 9 |informaci6n: Telifone 2-2944. bastgntes accesor.os, vlalo pora .u
n.,cve Ci .. dirijase ao lo hbreria -- convencimiento. Po r a nformes
. -: en co le 16 Ocste No. 10, SE ALOUILA -0 se vende a major liomeo yea a Frank AlemAn. Smpot
C.erie al tcohio Ed.:cn. Panama., poster. residencia grande No. 7031 v Paredes.
c icor.lrar el suvc. rno lo olvide. cclle 6a. tombien 8061 en calle
canvsnoa:e p-r Ud. mni'mo Abiertas pora ,nspecc;6n. Co-
Vi.\DE. Una ploaotorma para _In. -- SE NECESITA
: u:.. en pcr;ctas condicionr'.. VI: DO: Precio roaznable. plane
p-c: as razonable; Telefono 2- casi nuave marc BALDWING, General
". 5'. Cel'c Ra'T6n Valdis No. 1, apar-,
Stomento 2. sigundo piso. frente a SE NECESITA.-Hombr- para tra-
. V.DEN:-A preciee qma a Far de Gonzlez Revilla. balc lardinero y quhocere de
::.anli. 90 16, nurcsB. y de 10- __ ---- caso. Presentarse con references.
lones. Coenidad limitade, Reconi- s E VENDE --Chalet nuevo, garage, De 12 a 2. en carretero Paoitlla No
t-uctere Nocional, Powam, Aven"- pato. cemento, mosaico. 2,400 89, Aistides Romero Jr
a- s Piet No. 7. telfeono 2-0406. metice late. cerco. playa Gorga-
-. "- .- .---. ina. Sistemo de aQua prop'o. e':c-
.- ,-- NC:- AcquieaLO sus. auetes tr;cdd. Invers'6n. B.7.000.00. C MA
c's I6 Rite de Los Leones, par Sis- Comalelame-te amoblado. B.5.500.
li timo de Club .an Lo Ca:a del Pan. 00 efectivo. %' descuento. Bol-
to'un. S. no se to gana pagondo B boa 2-2150 (Foster. SE COMPRA: COPRA de produc-
SI.CO sen.c.nol duionte Doce Sema --- c6n national exclus;vomente, en
S na tnmb n % .le erIr encco ,u S VENDE ---Casa de dos piss,. plan- cuolouier confided a B 200 00 Io
r., r ta bja,. de cemento y alto de mo- tonelado de 2.000 Ibs neoas ben
: V 5E-Filmc or.- B c- Poillard dera con terreno de 1,000 M2 bue- limpio v seca. puesio v Desodo en
S 6MM. Fcn lents Kc 12 MM. nas rondiciones. precio razonable, huestro plant de la ciudad de Pa-
..-9 ocin*.a T0 to j en Vin Belisor.o Porros, Snn Fran- noam CIA. PANAMEIA DE
f 2/5, 25MM1 ,' 3 c0 c- c o de la Coleta No. 151. Para ACEITES. S. A. Aportodo 1910,
S. A. al'r 2 EiNc 3 Tcel ;nme.b ocudo a o isma case Ponoma, R. de P Tel. 3-1371.
ro 2-0380. pl]no baja.
W' rV"NCE -Transvnii crooflc'- S COMPRA.-SE1B FRITO IDere-
no 250 WTas. un 61 fnl PAR SE VENDE -Chalet modern y c6- t;do' de pr.mera caldoad a B.0 t3
-- nodo 20 Wa r3. PRn 5 0 W 'n tnd1- modo c6n lote de 600 metros cuo- 1a libra nets, en cualquier con-
811 mccun. dor. etrl rm ca drodos; con frenie a Via Belsarao tidod de Panama. Se oaderte que
Son. .bor onnte xt Srmc Pa porras v a Altos del Golf;: muy bue- so rechazora todo sebo de proce-
rec To. T n 2 y no con- trucci n v excelente .ectn- dencio extranlera t odd seba ne-
3374. I dao. L.sto pora ser habitado, poar canal que hayo sido mezndlodo con
"I V DEN--PASAJES di lo PPN I slamente B 12,50000 v can fa- sebo extranjero CIA PANAMENA
SAARICAN AIRWAYS k ofrece- clidoades de pigo a largo plaza. IDE ACEITES. S. A., Carretera del
Sridtservcos GRATUI'Ovuddn. Tiene hiBoteca en Caio de Ahorros )Aeropuerto. Tel. 3.1371.
dole a obtener v.sas, oermisos de Paso a verlo en Via Belisarlo Po- -- .
solida etc. Ocurro a las ofcros de rros No 184-A o Ilame ol telifo n
COPA. Ave Peru 0 lame alo 32944E NECES
3-0097 o 3-0801 Ampho lugar MUY SUPERIOR A LO CORRIENTE .
o- de e-tacionamientr ~-es hermora y final residences Dombsticos
': VIENDS '.',drs de I-4 de gru d b SE NECESITA -Buena coc2iers. de-



So de 360 M2 convertido en clos domesticos v cocinar pora dos
S E A a 2 I S A d 120 M2ord Su preeo is reh.noc- bpersonrmr que duerm en el en-

tbre.aliente cabWdo de esta eleaonl SE NECESITA-Empleada. Debe dar-
-- no esNo0nt, Telenx. 2-20388pr. mir en el trobajo Calle 34 No. 32,
S ALQUILA-Cuarro amoblado can apledo con ba _por baos Frente HcpiOtal del Nirto.
Sonpnigarage;odn esto sabre ltdA PERDIDO sSE NECESITA -Empleada parcbmo-



toa ERNECESITA-Empleada. Recbmo
.. erwana. Calla 46 N o. 2"/D IDo.1-1.... 1. A... . ... ..... r,


S Bella Vista.
F t, ALQUILA:-Cuarlo con muebles
S POre una persona, 8.25 00 men-
sualet. Avenida Ernesto Lefevre,
K' case 32. bus azul
ALQUILA: Cuarto amueblodo
Iparo matrimonio sin hiios. Colle
I -' 6t. No 10.
.E ALQUILA Cuorto refrugerodo.
Fabrica hielo Estrpeaul Telelono
2-2948.
"SE ALQUILA: Cuarto grande, en
calle Victoriono Lorenzo No. 9,
buen precio. Pergunje po L.g-o So-
to.
SE ALQUILA--Cuarto independien-
te confortablemente omueblado.
.se5Mcio, a persona seroa v respon-
Ssable. Colle la PereiI No 9 al-
tos.
.t ALQUILA--Cuarto para cabal:ero
solo. Entrada independence ban o
anexo, precio m6dico Colle Pereilli
la. Casa 14 Apto 9, Tel 3-2845
do I o 3p. m.
46E ALQUILA:--Cuoari fresco. inde-
pendiente, para persons solteras,
de buenos costumbres a mairimo-
nia sin hijos, entroda independien-
to, cosa mamposter;a cOn o s-n
muebles. Ramo6n Valdes No I.
Saprtamento 2. primer piso. fren-
St botica GonzAlez Rev.ila


SE VENDE
Bote. y Motores


lVNDE:-Motor fIera borda Mar-
bin 60". 7 2 HP. Corn, r.uev
I s-D, Calle Empore. Balboa


ISCELANEA
N CALIDA03 Tedo
POW- "e m e Ceatre
-NTRA ONRAL S. A.

-Pintor de cass, con-
conbeos toildcos. eran-
,.in aro. presupuestos gratis.
1276
o "Lo A1 lmros" Montese-


OFREZCO buena grotiicaci6n a la
persona que informed el paradero
del Packard 40. celeste Placa.
7972 desaparecido de calle 20
Central, lo noche del da 10 de
Enero. Cirigirse Ave Central 116,
Miguel Aguilo. o lo Secrela

SE DESEA


SE DESEA- Apartornento a chalet.
dos a tres recamaras. Cuorlo para
servicia. garage preferido. potio.
Aportado 945, Anc6n o lame Pa-
namrn. 2-2842.

SE ALQUILA
locales
6E ALQUILAN.-Exclusivaments po-
ro oficinas locole cintricos en lOS
altos de Avenido Central 44 a
precious m6dicos. Soliciten infor-
rmc 6n en Almacenes 5 v 10 con.

KIOSCOS 0 25 e al dia en el Super
A.ercado. pare distintos uses: fru-
teria. raspodos. etc. Quedon pocos
Cilas de II o 12
SE ALQUILA:-Local comerc.ol en
esquno. Calle Chiriqui No. 2. ,n-
fcrmer telilonos 2-2739 2-
2948
SE ALQUILA--Magnitico local para
ofacino. divisones modernas. a.re
acond.,ionado completamente a-
mueblado. Apropiodo poro compa-
A;a constructors., ridicos. atlago-
dos a cualcuier professional o agen-
to. Informese Tel. 3-0386 u ocu-
rir a Voa Esooea 1, aperto-rento 3


SE NECESITA:

Pars empress de impor-
tanels, ofeinista con expe-
rieneis en meeanosrafia, ea
eastellano ee IngWs, trabs--
Jo de ofleina e genera.
Erlba a mao sal aprtado
1133, Panami, mqmlnitran..
do referensdias, emphe. an-
terlor y conoelmlemet ad-
quirldos.


mi


nasta laS o p. nm. A.ve. fncon oo,
apartamenlo 4.
NECESITO: Empleado competent,
oficios generals de caso, ratrimo-
ro nriAo dos oaos Calls 31 Eite
No. 4 Apto 2. baios.
SE NECESITA- Empleada compe-
tente. ofciao dom6stico. Traiga re-
ferencias. Calle 39 No. 31, La-
torraca.


SE NECESITA--Carguera, debe de
tener mis de 30 anos Calle 39 Este
No 35. altos
Seora amercanao con un nirio desea
empleoda pra eofcio general de
cosa Tiene que dormir en el err-
pleo Avenida Justo Arosemena No
73-A. Apto 6. Ponaomi.
SE NECESITA.-Persbnoa responsible
para cuidar nica de cuatro aAos
Debe dorrnr.en cosa. Acuda a ca-
le %enezuela No 10. altos.
SE NECES1TA:---Ni;era pare domir
en caos Ocurro Calle Ia. Golf No.
46 Tel..3-2672, .
SE NECESITA--Cocinera con expe-
rienciao, debe.dormir en empleo.
Buen sueldo Colle 50 Este No. 16,
Edifcd Remo, segundo piso, mono
izquierdo.


SE NECESITA:-Empleoado cuidar ni:-
rPos. ayudar quehacer de casa.
dormir en empleo, requi6rese re-
ferencios Ocurra en lam maoarias.
402 Avenida Tivoli. Anc6n.

LECCIONES
CURSO DE CORTE Y CONFECCION
Bordado a maqulna
Sisterna CREACION
oprmndi.zae sancillo y pricticao
Calle 32 Este, Edificio Gilvez
Local 17.
COMINZARON LOS TRABIAJOS
IN LA ZONA!
ISTUDII NOY MISMO Y

SI usted sobe leer y escribir puede es-
tudiar en su propij caso cualquler
profesi6n: Construcciones, Ingenie-
ria, Comercio, IngMt. etc.
ISCUILAS INTERNACIONALIS
Tel. 2-2532 Apdo. 93
Du,.,1


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lHUQUILA
clvtnamentaus
APARTAMINTOS
Aporramentos do
Inf6rmese ofi.
Alh hmbro, calle o10.
f, .1386, Col6n.
'i~L A mento an Ave.
ftbltltl 4. Disponible Ene.
Lt. t. tLwop 340150 u ocurro Geo.
-NstW. ie..


SE MAtLI s.i-Aportamento c6modo,
Cet ledo, en ae calle 13. Poati-
Ha, I ca de la Via Belisaro Po-
rres g .informes Ilame a la of i-
;inw lqaqrite. Tel. .3-0699.
JnLA:-Apartiarento trees re-
"~se Mala-comedor. curt, de
i lJi ', r y demas comodidades. Ca-
!jt2E Perr|il No. 2, altos. Ocurra
I ote No. 17. Telifono 3-
7 t_________


Me t.MLA: Estupendo oportao-
flnto,-penthouse, salad, comedor. 3
,*r.ecMOrs, oficina, booas, pantry.
Cootlo,. cuorto de servicio, area de
utiltk e indfpendientes. porches,
bta!r6, emplio terrozo y contina.
Toteoments amueblado. Informes
teldfono 3-0395.


SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento alto en
casa de modera en Son Francisco.
Tel. 8-2127.
SE- ALQUILA:-Aportamento moder-
no, Walo, comedor, dos recimaras,
dos servicios. Avenida Chile, calle
41. Teldfono 3-0847.
SE ALQUILA: -Apartarnenio de una
recin-mra en casa nueva venti-
lada. Calle lo. Perejil No. 14. Pue-
de verse de 8 a II A. M. Aseador
tiene Ilove. Informan: telefono 2-
3181.
SE ALQUILA: Apartamento. Colle
15 Oesto No. 66. altos Referen-
ciaos. Tienda La Preferible, calle F
No. 8.
SE ALQUILAN: Dos opartamentos
de tres piezas en No. 150 calle
Estudiante. Acuda Foro V. Studio
en mismo edificio.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento en Via
Esparia 2015 para pequesa fami-
lia. Informes telftono 2-2960, Es-
tudiante I 36. Fjbrica de Colchones.
SE ALQUILA-Aportoamento c6modo,
Amoblado. en lo calls 13. Paltl-
Ila, cerca de la Via Belisaro Po-
rras. Para Informes llame a lea oi-
cina Baquerizo. Tel. 3-0699.
SE ALQUILAN.-Tres aportomentOs
c6modos en la Avenida A. frente
al teotro Hispono. Informed ofiel-
no Baquerizo, Avenida Ecuador
No. 2.
SE ALQUILA -Un p.so en calle 44
No. 38. en Bella Vista. Llave y re-
foreAcias calle 43 No. 60. Tel4o-
no 3-0402.

1SE AL QUIA
Caseas


SE ALQUILA:-Caso de dos pisos en
calle 33 No 18. Informes tel6fo-
no 3-3425.
SE ALQUILA--Cosa, recien cOnsliui-
da. trees recAmoros. Colle 1 I en los
altos de Poaitrlla y Avenida Niconqr
de Oborrio. Lloame 3-1537.
SE ALOUILA:-Residenca omdoblodo
en Bella Vista. sola, comedor, ofi-
cinn. porch. palo interior, iordin
grande, trees recjmaros, dos booWs,
cuciarto emoleada con serviCio. agua
coliente Llome Tel. 3-3444 a 3-
1477. Colle 49. No. 30.

SEVENDED
Articulos de Cam


SE VENDE -Camo Simmons y es-
tante de baby. alfambra 8 x 10.
Calli 5C No. 40, Apto. 4. Teldfo-
no 3-3493
Par rnct,"o de viaie so vende una
hermosa recimara de cooba, un
luego comedor de cooba y Refrige-
radoro en perfeclo estado. Perejil,
Calle 2o No 13. spartomento 10.
SE VENDE Muebles boratos. de
m.mbre. comedor, recAmara. Ocu.-
rra Avendo A No. 9.
SE VENCE Muebles baratos de
mimbre. comedor. recAmara. *
rr- Avenida A No 9.
SE VENDE--Muebles. Refigeroda-
rato. Radio, etc. V Plymouth Sedan
mognlfcos condiciones Precio h1-
Ecuador No. 19, oparmtoamnto l
lagadot. Motvo vioje. Avenida
Tercer pso
SE VENDE -Muebles de una case.
Motor de Lavadora. 25 cic6a0.
Ave 6a. No. 22., casi esquine de.
BPlmsorio Porras. Son Fro scoa.
SE VENDE -Par motive de viale, a.t
t;culos de coso. en buen estado. cOn
derecho a aportamento indepin
d ente, rent pequegs. Precio roz,-
noble Calle Juan B. Sosa No. 10,
oportamento No. 3,

La at6mica


dos. es sintomAitca. de una ne-
o1idad de emergencla.
)D e que la primers b6mbe
at6mi fue probada en los Na-
tados Unidos en 1946, todos IOs
experiments at6micos han al-
do llevados a cabo a miles de
mills de lam coitus de INe B-
tados Unido.a en Bfliea lInlwe-
tok y las Islas MresHll.
Dos bombast fueron probadm.
en Bikini en 196, Iea=o aI.-,
wetok en 1.& IN empe p u5 a
serie de experiment en t tr
wetok parsa l prVS ans pranm
vera. Los expert ntemat deN-
vada seran Wla pdilmera explo-
ialones at6micam en terrltode
continental de 1 JA0
dos desde que a a1
,erp bomb a
Gordo, Nuevo-Mo I *0 i
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Calls 16 Eat No. 4
Tel. 2-3335


IMOTORES BELGAS


A.C.E.C.
desde 1/6 H.P. hasta 40


H P.


PRECIOUS INCREIBLES.
Conrul': Tel. 2-2847


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der
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si. oestre bUW hr LAVAMUS CAMISAS
deJandolas mi blanco que la nienve, l.
midonadap a Oleltud miei olinchsdan
ReWoaq v snfrepmo I r. oo m
Llam s Ppsanm 3-0U71
LAVANODERIA TROPICAL
Msatieaimlento Prinmepa. Lurreltae d
- sebatmnas. Bueurnal Eiuinhl de CaUe
24 L w Avenmda Central







CLINIC Y HOSPITAL.
Vi a harr tu 42
MltiddI on flancl,
*(V. ,a. v ormuW U., vetwumao
SZ1t11 *el& fenuia, R df P
S Tel. Panam 3.1 di F

Mara U
sita official al Oobernador Cam-
trell6n Inmedlatamente despu4s
de llewlr a David. Los visita *
tes BtirAn al mediodla a 0t
almuerao que en su honor ofro-
ceran doctor Aurello E. Arias
y seflorA, en el Hotel Naclonal.
nI sabfdo y el domingo per--
manecer los visitantes en .el-
Hotel Pabamonte en Boquete.
Proyextte~scer el domingo u9s
excurai6n El Volcin y Ce-
rro unta.
ME E bajlor Davis y sus a-
compafant regresaran en A-
vid a Ia c tal el lunes 15.
Can eate se de fin de s-
mss e~Q uli. el Embaj ado
y be sfiora V Davis tomaxnW
un breve dea cso en medio det.
Intenso program de que nsol.
objeto eon motvo de au pr6x1.
ma partida.


el &r
ey No


oraun POP,
Artloio
todas 1u
motvo db
celebMW
del at-V
Iazi to tMl


k. lmlson we

odmn iuapendl-
I.a prohibidas
ds qua COn
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4k $ de Febraro
I. h declr, qua-
iente pohlbidos
sioneI publcas,
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ro huts ie moment -" .rim-
dLr omar r bn Rai.


habia si o-rese! dqrt
N .w t tt lr ns


dines l ,, centros soeia-
lea, ciubee, "etel. ete.. etc.
Arti"ltb ..uta prohlbilc6n
ea dde iCor.__8ll`enk en aten-
cl6n a iel ls no so-
lamentoe a un enfermedad quo
hace estrago 'n los menores de
edad sino tamblan en los adul-
ton.
Articulo ,o.--tieda derogado
en todas sW parties el Decreto
No. 7 de 8 de anero de 1951.
Articuilb 4.-Queden suspen-
didas lt5a S Munda orden las
proceltbe, catlemos y demia
actors de ft
Articulo J..o.-Quedan prohibl-
dos haste segunda orden los mi-
tines pfblicos, manifestaclones,
reunions do barrios y de patios
de, carActer elvcos y politicos.
Articulo So.- st en plena vi-
gencia el Decreto No. 147. de 21
de Octubre de 150 esobre medidas
preventivam al contaglo de Ia pa-
rlislsl iDantatl.
Articulo I.. Los infractorea;
del preaente Decret seran san-
clonados con multa de QUINEN
TO8 RAL A (B.800.00.00) a
MIL ALBOAB (B. 1,000.00) y cie-
rre del negocdo.
Articulo 80.-La .Polica Secre-
ta y Naclonal, Corregidores y
Comisarios deben velar por el flel
cumplimlento de este Decreto.
Comunlquese y cimplase.
El Alcalde,
ANGEL VEGA M3NDIEL
El Secretarlo,
Luis M. Sote.
o -
El PanamA-Am6rica ha venldo
sostenlendo una intense campa-
fia de prevenci6n contra la epi-
demia de poliomielltis y hace a-
penas tree dies public6 un edW-
torial urgendo a la autoridades
para que se aupendlera la cele-
brael6n de los CarnavasenPa-
nami. media que acaba de sor
adoptada por ia primer autorui
dad del Distrito, para tender
solicitud del Departamento de
Salud Pabilca, a cargo del-doc-
tor. Roberto SandovaL.

JAi Wa pet ,
qu *I Ministro 4de XReloner
trto. Ernest i, i
unu bellcona reap
tual conferencia do ffime
nistros del Commonwealth Br"i
tinico, y se dice que evin proi-
meti6 apoyo britanio a flirt de
conversar 1por lo menos un e-
ducto" en orea.
LoB BAtados Unldos screen quo
la continuaci6n de la lucha en
Corea entretendrt al a los e|jr-
citos Comunlstas chlnos. qua in
s circunstancia podrian ser
rnzuadoS a aventuras am -ns
Gbntra Formosa e Indohin y
otr raises del extreme O Olft.
Tambimn se cree que tuna s1i de
defense adecuada puede i
treonedas baits a lon Tojaaltn^
to en aus "aguerrida funl"
como en sus valloso ert rcehos.
Durante esta operatnh dlW"o.
ria, las lineas de absstooimlento
de los rojos pueden ser atac dea
desdo. el aire, aumeauflth .A
esto el precio que pauet por as
agresl6n.
Otros despachos de Londre di-
cean que Bevin plensa contlnuar
sue esfuerzos para concertar el
"cese el fuego" en Core e ndu-
cir otros palses a admI a
na Comunista en las nt
Unidas. Se cree quo el
dio de impedir una
do en Asia, serial
Chiba en las Naclones
Sin embargo, los
plomAticos en Waahla
que los reclentes acno
tos en la Corea han af
determinaci6n de los
Unidos Ge anrse ai-.
Trnamos en etm

HIERROa |

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soctar a Ila uJnita del Carn-
val y dentmai autorldades oom-
petentes, la cancelaclon de las
flastnas Carnmestolendaa como
una media esenci de preven-
a16n tan aterradora enferme-
dad.
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e| hecho de que la propaglen
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TEATRO ENCANTO
GRAN OOBL 9N EPAPOLI
Pedro Armendiriz
Rmarl. Diual. en
"EN LA HACIENDA DE
LA FLO"'
Mirtha Legrand. en
*PASAPOT W A RIO"


TEATRO TIVOLI
BANCO B.100.00 GRATISI
A las 5 y p.m. AdamA:
"3IO BOJO" y
"RASTRO SANGDBNTO'
TIATRO IRIS
LAMUITA AMARO
Pefto Wraa .- Rolando y
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AVELINO MURZIZ
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Pire PRADO
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TEATRO CAPITOLIO
"EL CAPITAL AMERICA"
Cap. 4-5-6 Ademis:
"EL CODIGODE LA
PRADERA"
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"SANGRE HIPICA"

TEATRO EDISON
GRANDIOSO DOBLZI
"PIEDAD CRIMINAL"
y -
"CAMINO de PERDICION"
VICTORIA
Eric Van Stroaheilm. en
"HOGUERA DE PASSION"
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La Cervecerfa Sigui6 Su Racha

Triimfal y El Spur Cola Venci6

a Los Yanquis Por 7 a 3


-For REDEME-
Los Pijarom Azules de la Caer
veceria volvieron a demostrar
ayer a la aflcl6n que son un
tueso dura de roer, al derrotar
a los bombarderos del Chester-
field por anotacl6n de 5 ca-
rrerae a 3. en el primer juego
presentado ayer por la Liga
Professional. mientras que en
e! aegundo partido los Yanquila
del Carta Vieja cayeron vencl-
dus por los carmelitas del Spur
Cola por anotacl6n de 7 carre-
ras a 3.
La Cerveceria que ha gana-
do slete de sus 6ltimos ocho
compromisou luci6 ayer muy
agreslva y ha destacado un
buen cuadro de bateadores que


zogr6 portarse a la altura en
los mementos declalvos para
anotar las carreras necesaria
del triunfo. Newkirk lanz6 per
los ganadores y Jessup fu6 el
perdedor.
REDUCE A LOS PUITEIOS
Bajo una gran demestracl6n
de Pat Scantlebury.' los Car-
melitas del Spur Cola'redule-
raon la ventaja de los Yanquis
del Carts Vieja en el primer
Pigar al vencerlos por anota-
ci6n de 7 carreru a 3.
Los Carmelitas empujaron m
total de ocho hits milentras que
los Yanquis conectaron 7. Mar-
tin y Lakos lanzaron por el
Carta Vieja.


ESTADO DE LOS EQUIPOS
(Basketball Interbarrios)
G. P. Pta
raLUuoia .. ... 5 0 1.000
Brrera ......... 3 1 .750
S*........... 4 2 .667
Bella Vista .......... 4 2 .667
Mara6ao ............ 3 .500
Patflf ......... .. .. 1 4 .200
JUEGOS DE ESTA NOCHE
"Caldonla vs Paitlla
7.30 pm.-Marft6n
Plaza Herrera w BeDot Vista
JUEGOS DE MANANA
Maraim vs Calidenoa
_,. a. Herrera vs Lesseps
-. er SETO T*JADA-
En su etapa final, as encuen-
tran la Liga InterbaIrion de


basketball que ofrece esta no-
che a las 7.3p en el Marafi6n
aos important Juegos. Los
rhoques do hoy son loe sigulen-
tes:
CALIDONIA vs PAITILLA
En este juego los punteros del
Calidonia tratarAn de conservar
su inviato y mantenert u ma-
yor posibllldad al titulo, en
tanto que sus rivals luenan
par lograr as segundo triunfo.
P. HERRERA vs BELLA VIRTA
Este os el cheque de mayor
Interds on la noche, ya qua los
muchaehos de la Plaza Herreras
anon los unics qua tienoe post-
billdades al tftulo y temnen sate
ellos un rival peligrfo cMo
lo es el Bella Vista owe lucha
por mantener su pqlbifldad a
los puestos de honqrL


E Baseball Distritial presetar

maiana en Ia tarde cuatro partidos


S De hoy al domingo las just
de sla Lga Distrltortal do Pare
W ball ofrecern nada menas quo
ocho partidos, dos east tarde,
cuatro mafana y los otros dos
S el domingo, y se desarrollrantn
on e tres cuadros distintos en Is
sigulente forms:
SJueges de esta Tarde
GANILLO vs MAURICIO
4 p=,m-I tuto Naclonal.
-y-
CALI vs ISTMESos
4 p.m.-Santa Rita

Partdoes de Mafiana
CARTA VIEJ A vs CENTINELAS
130 p.m.-4fta Rita


CHANDLER v MAURICIO
3.30 pm.-Santa Rita
GRANILLO vs DEBORA
1.30 pm.-Inst. Nal4
JUNIORS we FUERTE 15
3.30 p.m.-Inst. Nal.
necuentros del Domingo
MARARON vs SAN MIGUEf.
9 am.-Inst Nal.
CALI vs JUNIORS
11 a.m.-Inst. Nal.
En el partido de ayer El
Marafi6n se Impuso al Mauriclo
por 7 carreras a 8 en el cuadro
lie Santa Rita.


Carta Vieja y

Certeceria10

prtagonizan

Etado de lo seialpo .
G P Pft*
Carta Vieja 10 6 .6
Spur Cola 8 7
Ceveceria 7 09 S
Chesterfield 6 9 .400,
Juos para hroy
Carta Viest vs. Cervecerla
Resoltads de ayw
Cerveceria 5 Chesterfield 3-
Spur Cola 7 Carts Vjeja 3
Un partido qua debe oer pftse
senclado por gran naero "je
pefonu ea els de ests
en el cual los PAjarot: Azs
de sla Cerveceria tra t n .de
mantener la racha de tflunfos
consecutivoa contra los Yanquia
del Carts Viola.
El cheque, como eu o d e1e-
rarse, augurs ser inteuastei
en todoas su aspectos, qP 14
ambao novenas han demestra-
do Au poderio en sus Otilmu.
preuentaeioanes.
Be ha anunclado que el'Car-
ta Viola utUlzars esta poche
los eervicloas de u lanzador es-
trella Swanson, milentras quo
la Cerveceria a George Dries.
De ganar la Cerveceria se co-
locari en una poslci6n venta-
joss con relaci6n a los demis
equipos.

Godofredo Grimldo
nuevo delegado de
beisbol do Los Santos
La Provinca de oan sautos
dedgn6 cotmo su. ndeo repre-
sentante ante la Federacl6t
at~aeisdoeOSri-
Maaldo y a los croubtas aepor-
tivos Joaquin A. Ortea y Hum-
berto Tejada, com primero y
sugundo suplente respectiva-
mente. a

S cancel ba rita

de los ciclistas
Esta tarde tienen
reunion en el Estadio
La Rifa de los ciclltas con
el propslito deo ubtaer- fondos
parsa el pr6ximo viae al exte-
rior, se canceo6 debido a la 1i-
mitada cooperaoidn qua se press
t6 y e informsa i todos lo In-
teresados tomen debida nota
de decision. Con cote motive
y para tratar otrol asuntos de
Interns para este deported, tiene
lugar eats tarde ae as 6 unas
important reuni6 n n la Oflcl-
na del Estadlo e Naonal, a la
cual ase pide la puntual alis-
tends do los Federadom y de-
mis mlembros doe mlsiones.


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comentados encue

a: 8 H. IVALDI J. perfllan *
continuarA la lucha pLones doe
'ioeto de la Liga Pro- y reunen
dse Baseball Aficionado discutido a
iars cada dia mus in- Sanjury d
: refilda, por las pre- tados a a
a atlnadas de la zurdoa, 3.
Sla corta ventaja del codiclados
a el otro, y jugarin da, y lud
-- Optics Sosa y Pi- su privllqe
elprimer juego dei GRANU
130 p.m. y Gran- El Oral
EM-ap r 15 mlnutos de8- lo e
fSinaliado el primero velos d
-flil Be presentarAn noa en Is
lconadas y con sus del equipo
t unidades, pronosticAn- del Dlrect
4 a ales e interesan- putan~
Ao juegmos. otros equi
Aci"lones, tr
808A vs PINOCHO a] Barran
que sigue mejorando con el Ci
Spresentacl6n cuenta barracinot
Seouadra formidable, tudos porz
S A n de darle al club bre el Caft
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Kxlraordinario program

*eseur se celebrara el a


RAYMOND ROBINSON
Un programs jamas presen-
tado on el Boxeo Amateur sera
ci que presentark la Comiulon
de este deported (9: pr6ximo
domino c el GIW to f k-
nal a las 7 p.m. 4deo t ,
pat& coU-aaSr ls ta
bne para escoger a; ls U.
tivoes campeones d cada, l
sl6n en la provinces p"a de-
fender la esupremas de Ia Re-
pgblica.
Se medirin los mAs destaca-
dos boxeadores que mulitaron
dentro de las tires cunerda s el
aelo pasado.
El mosquito del cuadrilitero
BEAU JACK IIsaidrA diaSpuesto
a vpulear a su rival ROBERTO
DIAZ quilonen eamos pads
obtuvo una exosha datson
sobre Toty Ellis del -Mift6n,
y quien a sun ves es el fayorito
iac los entendidoe ara viajar a
David, para coronare icape6n
de la Repdblea.
El mts comutado Vigil de
Is actualidad den d lam
cuerdas por su, est=o do plea
MELVliN BONES M mnila con
el fuerte fajador VICTOR AS-
PRILLA.
LUIS .(Dillinger)) Dim sub


CHICO


,LAI= S, quien ya 10 vsnw6q
en ,aUnterior.
B pm ~NUBUE, se media
con ele argdo ptegll de la Eam'
cuela de Artes y Oficloa BABY
HOWARD.
Y como sl fuera poco lo del
orograma se mediran RAY-
MOND (Sugar) ROBINBONf
Durango Kid de La Boca CHI-
CO ANDERSON, ambos candi-
datos al campeonato de la divi-
sidn de-los. pesos plunmas.
En la filtima pelea de la no-
che se medirin SONY KZjO y
WILFRED ALFRED con un pe-
so de 147 1lbras.
En este primer sorteo queda-
ron favoreeldos los boxeadoroa
Carloe Rusll de los pesos 1pu-
mais John Burns de los Wel-
teri, quinmes ase conslderan con
una viltorla a iu favor.
I El adircoles de esta mimma
remana contintan las elimina-
clones con lete nuevos encaen-
twac.


L "AVISO OPOKRTUNO

5 BARATO Y EFECTiVC


M&- en o
pto de ArI
a tempos
-!0e debe
. pesente o
tauguras
lwin. CnmM


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mos. I)IM


Wouauiu quif
mectivo quo
to ilmpedi-
eudas de la
*eros son las
podrlan re-
cln6a de la

SAPBRIETOS
polerado del
ma conhs la
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quoe lrigeon. al ]liestro me-
xeawo: hae varlon afis, por el
robe doe almua vTaca de pro-
pledad dGe citada famila.










lo.e augurs 3 ,
tas", "Central e LeAbao"


aol cuadro de c8 g.
idoa y en dicho ja U -t
cuentran: "Tiblrl Tab",
"Talabarters boPanale ", Dra
tas", "Central General d LMu
y Dep. 'Manuellta".
La inaugurmeldsn eso a
on el cuadro do calle 8tw i

oael6n Fisica, quion a ..w -
fui nombrado, tambln Phtml-
dente Honorario def .d1hr46 .
PRONOSUlCOS
Por ONE-TWO-K....
I-ELOINA OM1|B1m
2-HERCUL Pod
3--NENA La
4-CARAVERAL VwR
5-DELHI-
6-PRESTIGIO Ini i
7-VERMONT ,fty
8-P, APOLLO ApO4
-GAY ARIEL ifW
10-LACEY
41-HORTEMIA


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Clyde FPari, Jo Atkins


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CARRERAS


SABADO y


CARRERA PRINCIPAL DEL SABADO


5a. Carrera


"C" Importados


Premio: B,'. 650.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55
'1. DELHI .. . . . . . . . M. Hurley


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116


S 2. BOLERO .......... ...... J. Bravo 111

3. ROSE HIP ............... J. Phiipd 121

4. (THE DAUBER ............ G. PreswoU lI2


5. (MR. FOOT ............... B. Morem

6. SISMO .................A. A nsp t


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i. Carrera "D" Importados LMile C
Premio: B/. 600.00 Pool sierra : 2:55 p.m.

1. VETO ............... ....... F.. Rom 11 I

2. MARISCA.TO ............. E. Alfaro lls

3. RECHVJ .... ...... ..... J. Bravo

4. NEHU .. ..........'.. C. Sdancihs

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El Juego De Eta. Noche


EstA En Su Etapa Final El

Basketball Interbarrios
Dos juegos se ceelerarin esta noche


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a Virgil ern a afealtof
Henry ,wlau vsata,

Pr6xhime

6-Cde ta fdts prdo
aren, base; pfdlenal
Engbo 12 (UP)
h'.J HBatten y de- ro 1--C"arts vi Chester-
J a4C6neratorn -edsus con vecerids.
troatqO flrmos s r m Dodger l 3rs -pur Cola o" vChester-
Ion exuo.l soo6ddw n I ;field.
o d ploter. conte -15-Cherterfiid va Carts Vieja
orS Is novenarrta pas tem.Panama; SOpr Cola va Char-
mrn a qat.4 oaveose aaCerfield en ColavC
a-CIesterfield yo Spur Cola
AmboD old m -rand. de tlu-a VIeja ien Cheter-
sitn 3 tPll.0 u ,a pe ro field; Spur Cola vs Carvecerla.
qpreiadIa at co-d t-Cerveceria va Bpur Cola.
molar d6 nivoa laft tutela 2 hestepur ld T v Carts Vie
del nu o- loloto Ch4r-Cee Ca jViea.
y d.fla mfloarea m n los 22-Chesterfield., TSCervece-
Doders qua ustaran para rfa, PanamA n Cola VT Carts
0 onfientt to, an ria PanamA; M Cola T Car-
Varo "v nMr 4t1-211., de ta Vieja on 0
e'rit 23-Ce artsec ela V Cerveceria
BatdAo stw caemta a2a pur Cola i Carta Vieja
solo- Mddos. paridn t tem- 2-.plur Cla 0 T O" terfield
lana6- n solo 27-CerveeTria oI Cana Vieja
eo @imd- a .Wiqu nuioft s-Chesternfeld, v spur Co-
:.l.... ga de ila, en Panama; Carta Veja vs
.It . J ...t Cerveceria en Co.M.
Bants ed4 lto Jansadp r dA Vt. 30-Ca-eatsrflle v TCervece-
go0=e0 broas, pad &a liaorTa.
part de Ia temiimd .aa Febrero 1-Carta Vieja vs
can el !lp=.f4-o d"J9%d- Chesterfield, 8Bur Cola va
gets-M fa v K*> CerveceriaL
badoA parMUdowyperdWi% 2-Carta Vsels T w Cola.


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otalm.t p r sax. .
prefterl ue a el ontrarto el1
quae o el ataue paro en-
toaeel SprWvechbra en la ri-
poats. Be ha informado quo
Oma, -ablr al cuadrilAtero
posndo alrededor de 192 libra
contra 5 libras doe Charles.


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S Per BREMiB


i f ticoe que asia-
roeenclar el partldo
profeiaonal entree
Siy el Qarta Vieja,
m) dq gusto con la
d. dassarrollada oen
I1l .pWblico fu6 ea-
de que todo indl-
inf a un juego sen-
.i ',prlmero que se de-
O ihlloe, extras... La
'L 1IM patndoe de
dleeasldo valblemen
a dudma por la
o06n de los equal.
i d deblera reunir-
to possible y tra-
r tuna f6rmula pa-
Iel intees de los fa-
1- 0,lo menids, nuestra
K.-4 que- lc equlpoa
Ss on unldadea
B 1:L, ez el baseball
y dar.el pasaporte a
ue haMta ahora no
S ta 0. tlo-C fruto que eo-
Bt~,M C Obrt Vie) que
.e2on u tetalidad
Simportadoim esn
un io be ha demostrado
mIo =oaam que los demna
Yl .4.ne g .' oIa l doe batr
en atae.aS"peonato... 41 lea
otratos q lo pa no e roefuerlan

t!w w Kinder gaien so deritSc
pquo lanador relev @I el afi

opie-l a ltepomade pr Mima,
Ite4 una eort entrevlta con
8l geennte enael Joe Crani.,
Bob Carpenter, Prealdente d
Il Phililelm anuncl6 e onvio d
contratoa loa pelotero de laI
novena para la temporada pr6-
zhima en lo qu soe ha aumen-
tado el salaio a ul 1% do


elloa... LiI-Atticos eonviaro
por aa b strato. a mu5
pelotl a temporada
pr6 l mue la novena
t .".ft *a mo lugar 41
aflo .adi, y w entradao en
taquul -1nmn lnm iAs bajau
ep 31 "aau de log Ju-
ador. dltra aumento en
sus n ...
..OCkrrnra del
Hip6dJi oet ona. ha ri-
aunim o sate la unta do Con
ta ol d6.J m... Kast mlams
aema "dme pronunclanre dl-
eha slt br esta'reenuncia
y nom una nuev comdip6n
...La -Yo m Robot Bom- murl6
en el .rfdso Oarlnthkau deo
Cerro iPuita... uranto el pa-
aado fit de semana ful mux-
pendl el Jinete C. Ruil por
Ocho gmunones, por haber cam
blado do qea do carriers con
el cabfllo Pulmlnante... El Jl-
nete R. Viqum. quo eaui6 el
Incidents quo promovl6 el dia-
tanclamle o del eaballo B6s-
foro, ha ddo auspendido por
loea Comlalos nmientre ie In-




los levbntadors',


Ml 8 del mea en cur o merAn
efcogidoa los atlotam de Levan-
tangnto do Pesae qup defen-
deran nuestros colored o en los
Primeros Juegoe Panamerlca-
nos queo e aelebran en Argen-
tins, duranto el mea de Febe-
ro.


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bm&y amta.lehby aomU aposqed alhwthly laoce a ad.
Uro qued Whlis Hese. Isa saen oo muimtm.s m bade, -a .
delime ymase1agucdtallsmdeIN0ls0seMesAeWaleNsmdetoldode
d*tila6a quaespa mhaas csbia m inA td o ; sglos; a los
' bak.M qe baa becho.= a ea.pmdbie t-mbaeo nto eo la
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cludad el pro nombra ipuntual satmfte deo
iA en la" tapqAnteo rouni6n de mlembrom del Casm Ofmtt
hoy lau dCtAntas Oopdulones dor, Repraeentante doe.1K
que tendrAn a sa eargo todo gts Provinciales, co.
lo conoeram a la 1 props. oat deportivoe d a
Ratida, o 6tgsanioc, reoimlen PresIdente y
to, halojazlento, dearrollo de de loe club.e de baoma
los juegos, otc. rectores de loa dni
A eota reonhlt que pamen-r ceo, etc.




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