The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00994
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00994
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s probably lke
Sthe w li-yejets, and
e seeuT have.smne sort of water
injestion or ooeket booster sya-
er tfor use in. emergencies.
It apparently Is armed with two
37 m.m. cannon oI the fuselage.
and tW'- jn~.. canfnn n the
wines S
O ahthe istbat the Red Chi-

c kA aic. Jan. ie (UP)-
pra5wt Don 'Rafael Leonidas
hs asked. the Dominl-
ca re to appro a bi
c twe a stte o ef emergency
in M Republ owing to dis-
I is esuage to "the legis-
latIve ld..out that
an l0-.s id, lc coun-
trite have etalshd or are
about to etahbIhk state sof
emmeIey griu g govern-
ment leade pow enabling
.them to 11 ceesfully with
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0.fah Z 1, (UP)-Bri-I
considering the
Withdrawing dip-
of Commun-
6d sources said
that no de-
taken, and
It over,"
to fape the
k diplomatic
IM e Peiping
that the re-
natic po-
only as an
hen all ef-
sd Britain
mk a middle
states pr-
mmunt Chli

soine of tBe obscutle oin her
counterproposals and t ht Whep
the Political Committee mete
today, British delegate S Or lad
wyn Jebb would agasina IWe to
avert the "Irrevocable step."

Polio: 138

US Laks UN

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lrme e d today, vit
they Mtewas a "9 r
the rebolutron
wo< | fte the United Na-
tlons poMitcal committee
when It meets at 3 p. m. today.
ST4ey laiod the UnitIed
ates de thUon w preu for
a vote w thg measure early next
week despite Arab-Aslan oppo-
ailton. The committee began deo-
bate yesterday on ommunist
Chinas election of the United
Nations five-point offer of peace
in the Far East Several deleo -
tlons registered reservations
ward the demand by hlet Unit-
ed States delegate Whrren Aus-
tin- that the world organisation
brand -Pelpn as the aprmesmor
.If the united Natio z o ain-
taln t Intee u te prin-
clple 'V 1o aet e purity is to
It w*a undetood that some
Commonwealth countries not-
ably AhMtralls--ionadered add-
Ing amendments to the resolu-
tion the Americans ware prepar-
ing. Pobly as a result of this
an. Informed Unld States
v*tee sMid the meigre was be-
Ing revised to inlud A provisdon
for a "pod ofees" Immt.gee

hweyG MWPledg

of Support for

Eisenhower hi '52
ALBANY, N.Y., Jan. 10 (UP)-
Gov. Thomas E. Dewey yester-
day renewed his support for Gen.
Dwight Elsenhowe as the 1952
Rep blican presidential candi-
Dewey, twice-defeated for the
presidency, told a press confer-
enee that he stands in his belief
Elsenhower should be the choice
of the Republicans next year "If
bhe would accept the draft."
"I have not changed nhy opin-
Ions I have made on that subject
before," he replied, when a re-
porter asked him if he still sup-
ported the general.
The New York governor ceme
out for Elsenhower during last
falls political campaign. At that
tme, he said he definitely would
1ot seek the nomination for a
third time and that Blsenhower
should be the nominee. r 1 said
he would work for the generals

2olio: Faots And- Figures..

CZ Immigrants

For 90 Per Ce
(3d. Note: This is W'e- ber of cases in the autumn Oay foft
end part of a twe-partenit- be associated with the return of and
mary et a report ew e children from summer Vacations yea
given by Dr. O.M. t In t.the United States where they I
chief of the Gorgas eM might have been exposed, and wai
Medleal Service. T e to the opening of the Canal the
Is based on cases e Zone schools In September. non
Gorgas Hespitl from 3 "However." he pointed at, boee
through 1950.) "a serUtiny of the histories 3&

The reason for the
Incidence of polio On i
mus between October
nary is not apparent,
Stevepson told he b
dical Association
This period, he said,
inside with the end of 1
season and is the time
est rainfall, wIM m
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,roup on
mx aft

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of the eases here re w4,
dud not reveal one ease
whles could reasonably sap-
saeb a theory."
his talk on a review of
e 143 polIo cases treated at
Gwas from December, 1903, to
Snd of 195, Dr. Stevenson
that the proportionately
reter Incidence In white as-
ts and in Immigrants to a
tanto. w er ceat of whom
tne rom the ted
strikingg. Aso rimmnf .
Senof the ca were
.l while the
CKre anal Zone
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UN Force

TOKYO, Jan. 19 (UP) United Nations troop
reoccupied burned-out Wonju in central KoreSa..
Chinese Nationalists claimed one of the two Chineo(_
mupilt field armies in Korea more than 100,0 0u
had been pulled back into Manchkria.
Strong patrolspent last night in WqWju for the
time in 12 daoy, and the Codnmunists oppuently
done the town on Wedneqday. Early today the. AHi
trols weie reinforced by the ited Notions units.
SThe reoccupetlu of .
thrust a new Uned Na9
S- ,- ,Ient deep into the fluid
V--.,fl ui L. k auntstlinesontheentrat.
United NatIons troop.asm
S rchd
the an clre

Policy In Korea OM fam
m w tuing hGnte M lu an
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Draws Protests

FROMN OR A, Jan. l.'(UP)-
South orean vlll todat
raised a tempest of tet
against te AlcV ae

and ruP wat40 tt all hi-
in ISM- e gven -
to. orders to -
troy anythlmhu could be heed
as cover by tifitrators from air
reconnaissance and friendly pa-
United States Army officers go
by the theory it is either the life
of the' Communists or those ,of
'United Nations soldiers. Tfivy
cannot ferret out the elusive
host armie until all possible
shelters have been levelled. They
sincerdy regret the ruthless but
necessary destruction and cannot
help hat sympathize Yth the old
men and women, the cieppled and
the chren, left homeless by the
ravages of war. They watch in
=pty the long columns of re-
Ueestudge ever southward in
the biti cOld.
The refugees are not even al-
lowed to stop in the United Na-
tlons defense areas another
brutal but necessary measure.
Bitter axperence has taught the
Americans that civilians Inside a
perimeter eauMseanfusion, need-
iesa shooting and incidents of

In the 0
eat of I
rean reg

3) The Reds wm au
a laqe-number
Wonju area, and w
readying to strike flieae
In support of the Comuhli
fensve aimed at Tsamg.ILu
Pusan be ohhead.
3) Uni4ntified UnIted
units advanced up the e(4
to positions about 12
west of Kananun and
south of the 38th parallel -
farthest north of any 8th A
troops in i rea.
Thelpomlble withawal ol
field Irm reputedly i
heavy losses would ,
Chinese 4 Fh .1e1 "m pu
revived North en
total of perhaps = 0rM
facing the United States 8m
my in soBth Korea.
Chinese Nationalist
also said Russia has moved
Soviet divisions totaling
100,000 me into CU31L
China to-hdelp protect the
v udaon. They are be.lev
elude a paratroop ,division.


Cases 4
which have occurred here shq
that most of them have oceau C
red In white lmmigrPants l
the United States who i
the disease relatively soo
their arrival," Dr. S
concluded. ..
'CorrelatIng this
with Imimilgcal stu
elsewhere, showing the e
of many more cases than. can
recognized clinically (
cases with protective an
for each recognized McM)
are forced to concludethat- --
UomyelUtls has been .
coanu- Oth a
n amiA. i baS t I.ki

fnt Of
igners over 10 years of age
7.5 per cent less than five
rs old.
equally impressive, he added,
the promptness with which
infection was asequired by
i-native patients; 33 per cent
ame ill within six months.
per cent within a year, and
Super cent within three years
their arrival on the Isthmus.
research on polio, Dr. Steven-
said, shows' that when pollo
mdes a community that had
vigueb been free of It, 90
rent of tb alytic oases
I en betWeen
1af, ggeUting tat
e fe manium be
nat 4u the uiseear,
&(ivA. A -Lrea hIwo ac-
;&:tfteSd that the
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.w Urleasm Freight Service

Fl uader et ...............................Jan. I
CIb ................ .......... ... ...... an.
S. & r Bend ................................Jan. I
landills Refrigerated ChUtle
and General Came.

oVrik Frllbt Service Crlst&b

. And ....................... ............SaM 1
S. C pe AviDof ........... ... .............
Cape Cod ............................... n. -
Cape Cumberland .........................feb. 4
aS, Cape Ani .................................Feb. 8
,1vaoma Freight Service
ldHiIgs Weekly from Havana to Crist6bal

Weekly selling to New York. Los Angeles and Seattie.
Occasional salitngs to New Orleans and Mobile.
the steamers in this service are limited to twelve passengers.
freqlealut Stting Irom Crist6bal. to
West Coast of Central America

Crlt6bal 2121

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&eM at: 8$A.. PAUL KIENEBR'S
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Shipping & A

New Nottingham
On Maiden Transit
The new 7,000-ton, 426-fo0
Nottingham, of the New Zealanl
ShipIphn Company, was due to-
day In Crlstobal for her Vpalden
transit of the Canal. She -In en.
route from Liverpool to Welling-
ton and Dunedin via Curacao and
the PanamA Canal. She will berth
in Balboa for water. .
The new Nottingham has made
one previous trip, having made
her maiden voyage to Australia
and New Zealand via the Sun
The new ship is the namesake.
of another New Zealand Compa-
ny vessel which, on her maiden
royage across the Atlantic dur-
ing World War II. was sunk with
all hands lost, including her masI
Agents for the shipping com-
pany are Norton, Lilly & Co.
Grain Shipments
Increase via Cabal
An ritirease in grain shipment~
from-the U.S. West Coast to Eu-
rope or the East Coast of South
America has been noted here re-
The -litest issue of the Pacifil
Shipper lists several shipments
which have gone through the Ca-
nal p the past two weeks. Among
them are the British ship, Lord
Lloyd George, (Fernle & Co., local
agents) with a full cargo of
wh eS for Germany, the Italian
Li4'0% Lome. with wheat for Eu-
rope, the Pope & Talbot Line's
Pathfinder (W. Andrews, local
agents) with 6,000 tons of ,hard
wheat for Brazil, and the Inter-
ocean Line's Trondanger (C. B.
Fenton, local agents) through
this week, with 1,000 tora of
wheat and 2,000 tons of barley
fo. Europe. ,
ea dymoa Couple
Rue On Braniff
Panama will be on display for
the next three days for a young%
Los Angeles honeymoon couple
who hope to do a book on their
aeril trip around South Ameri-
The young honeymooners, Mr.
and Mrs. Eduardo Aguirre, are

Written for NEA Service
"NSt much should I meld w
I- pltk up a fair-asted disc
nOJ-t. r4 nd -
ollat cess. tape the
or should I meld as mtoh as
sible of the pile itself?"
It's a good question, but a cc
plete answer could easily fl
book. Perhaps we can dig o0
few general principles.
To begin with, never put dc
on the table more than you n
to pick up the pile. You can
ways meld additional cards w
you get the pile in your hand,
you can't take cards back.
Now suppose that you've pic
the pile up ind that it's still
turn to play. How many m
cards-if any-should you mi
At the very beginning of
hand, there is no need to n
anything else. Your melds wil
just as good a few minutes la
Nobody will give you a medal
putting your meld down be
anybody else can.
Later in a hand, when b
sides have meldel, you jusl
guided by the state olkte sc
by the likelihood that you
keep control of the discard
from then on, and by the 1
lihood that one of the oppone
will meld out soon.
In general, you tend to
liberally if an opponent Is I
to meld out very quickly.
tend to keep melds in your h
instead of puttnft them dow
it seems likely that you can k
What should you do If
think that you can keep con
but that one of the oppon
may meld out quickly? Use v
judgment. Balance one probe
ity against the other and act
cording to what seems m
likely tq happen. You sh(
probably compromise by put
down some but not ell of 3
meldable cards.
* *
The score may affect your
clalon in various ways. If
have nearly reached 5,000 pol
you should tend to meld rat
than hold up. It would be foo
to get caught and then have
start the next hand with
points or thereabouts.
If you have somewhat less '1
3,000 points, you should tend
hold up. If the hand devel
weU. you will make a bigger sc
by holding un than by meld
quickly. If the hand devel
poorly, you don't mind Stay
under 3.000 points and you'd h
to go barely over that mark.
Q-Mv friend and I were p1
ing two-hand Canasta. He k
putting down black threes
picking up the pile as soon as 1
put three or four of. them do
I therefore never tot a change
pick up the pile. as this fta
A-It was pety fair
aso very goed"t au. t aim
fair ier an epuoadn ekeRo




a ranif from
t their wedding
e round-South
)n their return
hey expect to
thing like "We
noon in South
has been told.

re argo through
&a lasJt ear and
10lO, according to
for the calendar
H anement Dlvi-
-Canal net tonnage
i ll-time high of 28,-
I year as compared!
,SWnet tons in 1949,'
record. 1
I ted during the year
td ,2 24,102.96 as compar-
,ed 6.6"2P1" in 1949 and
S1030. -
S 'a ~te,. to 9,962,896,
totns pared with 27,-
6B1 06l -I ad 30,018,429 in
ThV number of transits by
comMIielal vessels of 300 net
tan- I -was the highest
ince 1 IFg 5,652 during
.KpBya, compared wsth
St 1 d 5,928 tn 1989.
Mast cant development
in .aI during the year,
a Oinal obResrvers, was
a co lle drop in tanker
traf intercoastal trade
lt six months of the
gar. atflie, which had been
e September, 1949, de-
r6 Flfrom 55 tankers
in Jly, .25In September and
fun. I. blast two months of
e past ear.


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am- East-West vul?
ll a ast South West Irtik
uV a 16 19 Pass O 4
Pass Paus Pass
own Opening loed--4 ;
eed .-
al- I '
hen "
but Most bridge players think of an
"end play" with exaggerated re-
s:ed aspect. They're so sure that only
rour a great expert can execute an end
lore play that they never try to stag.
eld? one themselves. That's foolish,
the because they are really pretty
neid easy. In fact, as today's hand
l DP shows, it's possible to fll right
Later, into an end play wAlut any
for planning at all.
fore East won the opening club lead
with the ace and returyad t"e
both deuce of diamonds. It would have
t be been pretty bad for South if he
ore, had played a low diamond; West
can would win, lead to the diamond
plC ace, and ruff the third round of
jk.- the suit.
b However, South was in no doubt
n aboutthe location of the ace of
diamonds. BEast had opened the
held bidding and heeded the ace of
k.ly diamonds for his ope ln bid.'
You Even if East were .s"us1ed of
and making a very light openg' bidt,
n if it was stlIU imposble orWet to
keep hold the ace of diamonds. Hli
opening lead Bhowed-m t
you clubs, and he surely would ha
itrol raised to two clubs if he had lso
uents held the ace of diamonds.
o0tr 'So South put up the king of
Abil- diamonds, and West dropped the
oc- Jack. South still didn't see how he
nore was going to avoid the loss of two
would diamonds and a spade, in addi-
ting tion to the club that the enemy
your had already taken. However,
South was a man who liked to
play a hand out, so he proceeded.
de- Declarer simple 1 y drew two
you rounds of trumps, cashed the asee
nts. and king of spades, and then gave
other up a spade trick. This was all
)lsh very straightforward, and with-
e to out any deliberate, plan. But
4990 south suddenly discovered he had
executed a very fine end play.
han The only cards left in West's
to hand were the Jack of diamonds
lops and somne clubs. He led the Jack
core of diamonds, properly enough,
Ulng but ast didn't dareovertake wth
lops the ace of diamonds--for fear of
inI setting up Bouth's ten- The re-
iate sult was that West had to lead
one of his clubs, and that gave de-
clarer a chance to ruff in dummy
lay- while discarding the ten of dia,
-ept imends from his hand.
and i

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has ere's no choice but. tf
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of thllatlon by atom bemt
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with -t.Iltration and other,
nore weak nations will fall
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doreca. but I ca premaln

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h, Materabint4why hleatwent. on ths on- .wea
MtUr- difl 've instead fI t .un er the point whlre
r 5 a Coopehi abutd c fa ro but not
-t t sn Lancel.- one ulda o mRh and then suh
.....4 f thdil and I'm all 1OIof ,thought i siMal t
Wi da t k-iib 1t he telephone s(. 0 uka'. sts trategy 48to Oft
who was Presiden of ate ontor Robe-

locl* ar.1 Coounpe said 1tb*r o but it roln but not

d e from Porttaa ".on- .'
al He and h re W(Inft Aid Course .
t atE Lanedot would i lc etLepg hei = -- and then etn h
N4 "hIn 4-a" massive blow

S duplex apartment oei e1 m Vr ,
far BOW oQB coul For Army FomilieS ;
SMe'ical Examine .WWi Begins Next Week '
e ft.w O 'to attend rerguson said that his head e s ext We ,
thle t rtIa rwlneu to Gal trod been gashed by three Dependent's First Aid Course.
tify alowa. two of wnlch were sut- attendance to which is urged by
cht to cause death. the Surgeon General, USARCA-
O oe caused tte gash that RI, featuring movies, lectures.
plitercd hi s kull tenInd Me rgatai nd deta intrations on emerge
Sea, another fractured the sxiul cy care, dill begin next week
at the D ae of his. neck Tne third ihowing of a film on first mid
OUW .U4. iqwas over Cooper's left eye princlpes.
RU lengthyquestilpnln. I Th fit portion of in exta-
police. -Dr. Francis Sleeper slyve program for Army depen -
of t*abook"Christ- perintendea op the Augustal ents w l-be shown at post the-
a t Work's mse&e.p)gor pital. wasdl ngto the follow
-hislry of t e d aBru Ct to examineA M anS -Fort Clayton, 9:30 a .
the seen uooD 81a Attorney enerqIl and 2
pa 'flo Church AJ r leur alo Jean t n Kobbe, 9 30O
0f a&e WA In. theA i n.
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etoy of The Panma s m
W1 I t b Albert V. M--
S ."ii.-star and Drama Fraternity
Sl local pe-
l." ,listo b books F ormal Initiation exercises
lit: L 'irary f 0o1 OW V; w eer held on W edne day after- ._ ... -.. -.,, --..--_.. _.
.noon a Mn iggt fori ore-
._eWhi~ tkt theeta eOme
.*.W ,e n in the CamZone
Mg Woenet, m In the natical or-
d:l Tb^gli aUlsatUn woS predicated on
Is-tlMa oandfor F-ueceW, O 4t e nt1re year and a
strule for .eaceasce ie entered Junior col-
unEaumIsu lve hers,- Is also President of
utica-u the o4aOnt Assoolatlon of the
*.. college tlt"s year. Bs wort last
o year in the. comiBated'ltthlng
I- Out of ot "Ana! Ato'eU. rot a and
1B', MI neck O and Wb tiOWK and
nub: lu: PHty fabalWO [b w work thellege
eye, witness, t oh tunes.
SY to the eta-S Bett J.o W VAdewoo4, cast di-
~hireA t Th e tor f Delta f PIftd Subert
oAd.taalds., .Seler; TotbyfllU, facultow sponsor of the
or a -g^oro ureap. conducted the formal lti- /
^^tJl4- Utltlo0011l a Aa"r-WOInlW tlon
.O^s4>: servies will be held f lames
Owr*, at. 1. i 5 glid..to the
f *t raternity. Waul (i=e scool ban
.. .,"-. two.new.
rea f"or polio is llt k a din

T i All: Ware Bw i*r m Ford! And ituilt for the yeaad
ad adivis oenu arm.7=6-ea .l --with 43m -Look Ahead" (a1.1I.
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settlement, to reached quickly
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M The Ivy League is giving Harold Stassen, president of lni-
tyu of Pennsylvania, the .nea-bred snout. If the distinguished
westerner has begun to wonder why his football team can't
dates I can lell him. There's a boycott on.
One of the .succulent itemb of Intelligence I picked up at the
a pigskin rodeo was that Penn has been dropped by every
in the regal Ivy League except Cornell which remains a re-
nt associate in a rivalry dating back to 1893.
Ordinarily these disruptions stem from temperamental out-
ts, agreement violations or petty personal feuds on lower
is but this one is unique in that it is directed at the No. 1 man"
e university and apparently is of such a nature that only he
resolve It.
Some weeks back at a feast honoring the Red and Blue gla-
ors, Stassen. with a notable record in Minnesota politic~ and
orld War II. and who is thought to have White House aspi-
rons, delivered a rousing victory-with-honor oration In which
hesadmitted Penn's designs on national gridiron honors.
( This would hav' been ascribed to the natural exuberance of i
f rtged character from the great outdoors and dismissed as such
Sbfte hIvles who, as you know play football merely for the sport-
Inf fun of it all. but when ine gentleman cryptically added: 'Penn
S wI never drop a team from its schedule because that team has
aten Penn consister-tly," there was h.e-1-1 to pay.
S; a
This could be interpreted to mean only one thing, a biting
Rack at Harvard and Yale both of which had severed relations
the former in '42. the latter in '43. Only Princeton has continued
,fo book the Quakers, alqng with such other Ivies as Columbia,
Dart.mouth, Brown and tradiTional Cornell.
If my information is correct (and a Penn spokesman un-
happily admitted by phone it is) the boycott of the Ivies will be-
Come complete as soon as pame previously scheduled are carried
.u t. Thus Penn will cease to function in a circuit It usually do-
Shlnates--or until such lime as Stassen makes a conciliatory
Actually there is no Ivy League In the formal sense, so,there
'p no machinery for discipline oi expulsion. A team is booked or
d dropped depending on desire. Theoretically, conditions as to
academic requirements ar-z uniform but the fact is it is easier to
achieve admission at some Ivies than others.
S* There Is a certain prestige involved. Through the years the
Sltg Three set the Dattern and the other Ivies have gone along. It
I no secret that Penn operation has been disturbing, but there
Swas no concerted action to follow the Harvard Yale cancellations.
f(ow it appears the Ivies are determined to close ranks.
: There are two ways to look at the situation. One is that there
,'y honest resentment at the 6tasren slur. The other is that Penn.
S i a national football force E'mply wouldn't fit into the Ivy over-
l- l picture, and Stassen has stated he wants Penn to meet the
t in the country. In this connection Notre Dame and Michigan
bve been resehed1uled

Except for the prestige Penn doesn't need the Ivies and be-
fides much this was lost when Harvard and Yale withdrew with
-Princeton only marking time so the basic structure of Red and
- Slue football will not be' noticeably affected.
Unle Stassen apologizes and be does not impress me as
fellow o makes excuses tor his conrictions--Penn will have
4o strike ot for itself as on Independent power. That's what
"tassen seems to have in mind. anyhow. The ambition is not too
odest. FraYnklin Field seats 18 000 and the man power is usually
,pere. As of. uow. for Instance, Penn shapes up as the team to
S eat in the eaIt n '51.
Army and Navy are not Ivy and will continue on .the Penn
Schedule, indefinitely. I mentioned above that Cornell remains a
i4eludtant opponent This is a quote from a Cornell sources I am
aot privileged to ideptiy. The Cornell-Penn game Is history--
.jacked and solid box office.
;T The Ivies are not altogether Indifferent to the box office, and
:- can be sure the decision to ostracize Penn because the Harv-
ds and the Yales have beei, affronted was made with extreme
;d painful reluctance. As a matter of fact, the only reason
pnceaton hung on so long was the fat gate.

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3rd sad 9th RACES


5th Race

"C" Importeds

Purse: $650.00

In The

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Box 317, Diablo Heights.
January 18, 1951.
To the Sport Editor.
The Panama American:
In reference to the article cart
aed on the sWon page of Ths
Panamai American dared Jan. 17,
It is desired to Inform you, a4
through you, the -general pbu,
that.fte ultimatum given by
umjires of the C. Z. League to the
,Z. League officials is in no way
Eihtsoever connected with the
C, .. Umpire Asoclation.
This association Is willing to
meet with the Canal Zone League
offielals. We offered our services
In letter dated Dec. 11, 19M0, to
which we have not received a re-

Very truly yours,
A. MORL, .. ,.
V VI-President. C.Z.
Umires Association. Dill"ssa .
P yr-n "okson

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Wednesday afternoon a brace
of practice games was run off on
the local fields, with Gambos
furiahing the opposition with
their "B" and "D" teams.
The midget "E" leaguers put
on a spirited contest, but Gam-
boa's flinger, Morris couldn't fin4
the plate, and that fact, coupled
with the hitting of Barneuiand
Kirkland. who each got three for
three, decided the ruckus to the
tune of 12-3.
'. The larger boys in the "D"
group hqd a good game which the
visitors won, 5-1. It was a better
game than the score would Indi-
cate, as the first two Dredgers up
banged out hits and Metcalf
promptly cleaned the sacks with
a four-base clout.
Fiske, of Cocoli came in and
put out the fire, and from there
on, Gamboa scored twice and the
locals once. Cocoll's tally was the
result of a booming home run by
Hill, Seise, Gamboa's chucker,
;ave up but three hits while issu-
nary a walk, an unusual per-
formance In this classification.

S I Crz SpoTrs

Alfredo Aleman, Jr. battled Ra-
dio Corporation to an 8-8 tie in a
thTilling extra-inning game in
which four players hit home runs.
Louis Walker and Angus Fer-
uison shared mound duties for
Aleman, Jr., while Gordon and
Lynch doubled up for Radio. Joe
Brewster made an amazing bare-
handed catch on what might
have been James Holder's ticket
to the "Home Run Parade" which
W. Brsthwaite leads with two
Wij Wiley did his share with
a long throw from right to catch
Freddie Brownie who attempted
to score Radio's ninth run on
Barber's hit.
With the score 8-7 In the bot-
toni of the seventh. Joseph hom-.
ered to tie with nine other play-
ers, including Peterkin, Lowe and
Ferguson, in the Home Run Pa-
rade. The game was called at the
end of the eighth as it was pretty
dark then.
Score of the game by innings:
Radio Corp. 203 030 00-8
Aleman, Jr. 004 210 10-8
Hudson defeated Steers. 14-8.
Prince Grant, rookie star of the
league, pitched his first game for
Matis Weeks' club. Tut Brown
pitched for Phil's nine.

7 Fgs.

Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.

1. THE BATH ROAD ....... J. Rodrigue 116

2. AVENUE ROAD ............ C. Tuftn


3. MR. FOOT .............. B. Moreno 123

4. SISMO ................. A. Angulo


5. RECHUPETE ............... J. Brave 112

6. CHERIBERIBIN .............. C. Doss 126

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aho year defeated the Balboa
$7ore of 1799 to 1636. The ROT to
In the annual "Hearst Trophy 1
rmtmughout all high school and coll
&s, Lt. Golden, M'Sgt. Wood
the cadet team will continuie.to
chance of winning the earts
Joseph Puller, of the ROT3Q t
with a score of 379. William JoyM
With 360. Scores of both teias

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Saturday's Program

lIt Rta, "D" Natives--4 Fgs.
Parse: i .0--Pool Closes: 11:45
ib Itaee of the Doubles
1- e J. Avila 120
2oes C. Ycaza 1m 4
lnosa 0G.Sanchez 142
4-Torcaaa J. Cadogen 108
5-Casabanca J. Bravo 115
7-PreMg eo F.Rose 11).
7-Resate M. Arosemena 108
adI 08" Natives 7 Fgm.
PauR: .00-Pool Closes: 1J15
8eentd Race of the Doubles
1-Inva ata R. Ycaza 105x
2-Mnadlnga E. Silver 102x
3-P t raa E. Dario 110
4-Poton R. Vasquez 100
--Miarellesa 0. Alfaro 124
3rd Race "F-2" Natives 7 Ors.
Purse: 1275.00-Pool Closes: 1:45
1, J. Rodrluez 110
2 a', B. Dario 100
S"-ot bnlds abe O.Sanches 114
4-4komopuft J. u fm 118
t' J, JI mneffjt. 113x
6 avexV l e* 0. Does 122
.7-Ta J. Avila 122
a-D mi Ntwat 'C. Chong 104x
9,musp wmIX, Sflvers 10Ix
I pa 1. Avila 122
4.h l Pr-*iNatives 7 P .
Wuumsem; 1A -rePool Cloe: 2:20
I-Carli-mpio C. Doss 122
2-La Prensa E. Silver 103x
3-Carbonero 0 Atanos 1104x
4-Baru J. B*vo 110
5-Hercules 5. -Avila 122
6-Pajarito E. Dario 100
7-Friendship A. Enrique B.ix
8-D. y plbrosa E. Otg Il19x.
9-Sinc'o E. Altro llk
10-Pesadilla D. D'Andea 114
5th Race "C" Imported -- Fg.
Purse: $650.00 Pool Closes: 3:
1-The Bath Road J. Rod. 11ll
2- -Avenue Road C. Tufon 126
3-Mr. Foot B. Moreno 123
4-SIsmo A. AlgUlo 10t-
5-Rechupete J. Jrayo 112
6-Cheriberlbin C. DoSt 1%2
6th Race "G" Imported-4 % F m.
Purse: S450.00 Pool Close: 3:35
First Race of te of the Doubles
1-Jepperln F. Jarailllo 112
2-0. Triumph A. Enrlque 10ft
3-Levadura J. Bravo 110
4-Arabe II G. Alfaro 139
5-Danescourt J.. BRoi 10I
6-Lituana) J. Phllips 10
7-Salcedo) C. Tuflon 1i1
8-Agradeclda X. lIera. Si
9-Oalanite U A. PhIllip 11e
10-Dendigo F. Rose 112

7th Race '~" IptU -,q,5 ,Is.
Purse: S550.08 -Pee CClas: :95
Second Race oet t l.e-ew
1-Porters Star 117x
2-Fright J.13S
3-Espartano W. 10. x
4-Linn eyHead 110
5-Curaca 0 A 120
8bth Race "" JIT' it Fig.
Pume: $375.M---SL tW: 4AO
1--Breeze Bound Adfla 110
2-Secuestro E. Ot*o IQ 3ax
3-Arabe J.Obw 131x
4--Nantago J. J.mesi U: 113x
5-Que Te Cuesta 1, Xf' 118
6-Sensltiva M. Hurley 124
7-Glory's Ace E. rt a 113x
8-Certa H A. 3 WdqI 97x
9-El Monge E. Dorl 111
10-Identificada 0. OChat '111

9th Race "H" Im.ported .. 7 F.
Purse: $400.00-Pool Clems S;.515
1-Betun 3. Dio .108
2-Gran Dia 0. Sand- 108
3-Rlnty J. R0rktu,'113
4- _Manattan JAWi 11
6..-Lligtnlng J. lt ,I

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1--Navwjo TrollR. V ues IV*
--Fanglo -J. Bravo 114
_-;LnIa Jose Rodrlguez 116
4-Pulgarclto J.Cadogen 114
--D. D.T. A. PhlUlps 114
6-Swagger Coat F. Rose 120
7-Poleckas F. Avila 114
llth Rase e G Natives 2 ias.
PurSe: S250.0-Fpool Closes xx_
1-Mejorana F. Rose 104
2-La EspaftolaUM. Arosem. 10'
3-Carola E. Silver 971
4-Oro y Plata F. Jaramllo 101
5-Tocineta J. Bakes 100
6-Nena B. Moreno 112

uan Franco Tips

I-Casablanca Arqulmedes
2-Marsellesa Invasors
3-Golden Babe Romantico
4-Hercules Barn
5-.Rechupete Mr. Foot
6"-gcedo (tl Agradecida
-76 ey Head Fright
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tun ,inty
10-Fanglo anna
11-Majorana Na
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Amy Sports

FORTO CK, C. Z.. Jan. 19--
Wi h 6ha olfplayed and 18 to go
to 0anheurrentAtlantto Sec-
to Oolf'Pu 9t, 80 Mike
K the contestants
wth a score 7.
Close behind were Jim Mau
with 248 and R, E. Hall with 244.
The scores of the other contes-
tants follow:

R. A. Hayden ........ 247
J.C. H .. .. .... 2.. 53
A. A. ZU .. .. .. 256
c. I. T m ... 2 .. 63
T. R otham2... 365
A. T. Hunter .. ... .. 272
J. J. Mcrh y .. 75
E. Neluon. ;..... .. 276
J.W. Pupey .. .. ..
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*k.r$ Di 'Sve um ire Rittle more or
S .. r t .rea Many lana
Jars a game-a
-a, veryoe ever stop
4L a ..s.a *t bits 4 O. an umpire
vale' .I 029 0 Ml ever Ore he can
*1 9 .to o r. field. Cheat
be i for.wp eople uarda are all ot o
this equipment
Ity have hand items .
C hb dtaml M he tmelMn1
So 0 0 t Ihad e to an even
ll 'for twenty Tis gives you a
-Ca I e. am t0 initial cost,.
h 0 Ro h as O h r a ve o tho
S- t % 0as le h ob ne a
t e men ea ble when y go
c t '" twenty fields, .
r e. The Following are several
seven I that have happened this ear to
r .,endo4thiveathe umpires-e am
to the fans: _In OWm .,

5e 1 4 2 4 t to take a regun- Balboatocover a game.It
424 13 the plate, dollar eighty for fas to a
5. 1 4 0 t last four ears trip. I went to Balba.o
A2 2 1 f B = ee t have adon the bases I

1 0 1 g their transport de at twelve
S0 1 30 s r ceived r One of the oth r
.610 So 30S o 0 ttISo ut1aat .C. .two days of f ,i,
fts equivalent to 8 a0 u e
o a the eocalr bet % eA bv ttwI b. te
5 0 1 9 0 umpirin n't heir own problem
r ,50:I I 20t1rtbmentwor.la
SV.3b. .5 0 0 0 1e who are working their duty to the
41 2 @ 2e eso to thebeat of their ll- perform. A call wr iued fe r
St aoe, If .. 4 0 0 7 0 t more umpires and sahem newre
Ss .. o o 0 0 2 0 aartile in Questionclap werefew and far seemn Ihave "
0 0 0'' 0 0 V 0 that the umpires were on personally asked e llowwho I
.,.. 0 0:0 0 0 tro and this also is a i of now if they will.tackle.anwan -
S0 0 0 0 hwash. There was no alel re job I the Isthaln LeaW*.
S 0 0 0 0 tract made between th i- They tell me theI wouldn't call
gu and the ump ires. Of ure, them for twenty-five dollars a
S .3 10 0 10 e all knw what the paywas; I game.
sme 3 Makie no alibi on thin point. After
,e r ig$ .19ngames, th sm- For a guy to take up the thank-
lj . bAf r 0 4-- started grumbling among lea job of ump ire he ha to want
f t att In-Oter er vee. It was rough t to do It more than for the money
aoA, t nge on the field. Thy V value involved. There I no
S a l al working their d heads offt t to amount of mohey that can be
a good job but were paid for some of the partte
ir ofeunnecessata Uems and deao Uthat.W
d "ethe bell ?bhnave to face. to w e ae
1 all the aW eta really ton Yo dexpe-1
HCBfor i t, hutesU wonder wl
muAn this tamlt
-1sSain; m Duos own"t lme to W ded.
S, Ma the nthne- 01are hoping thle comes

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SEnt as e t pite nu ri o e. old Lead Mbtyweigbt The managers of bth Mere and

oeroltnrlons. ( hle) *nma p plas ip, Arte Moore, and i l s bve Tomoaseof preow vi.

eWe tpavwill 0JWaaa75th *1 at 0 to

tu r sn.4 n N ibe a 4 h. bout
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maagrnJ, oohnton, are Its
thnfflNomatinal11Preiadhnt Ford scheduped to IL.LIPa mSmeto-
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I day's bws-
1o1es8 "as a ter-
c o. aptalls of
aByrnes and
arrested with
ey are charg-
to another
i e'a shocked. "I
st1 slightest suspl-
jewas wron at
S' believei.v",
II are accused of
other gameas-
ley last season.
Anderson of Brad-
t.e nit "see how any
W accused of throw-
ds a heck of a
ims defeon, "and I re-
M p ers. Byrnes in
MtH f.fSS a good game
B. aley won, 89-67.
Sth ,' WVsays Ander-
Scertainly deplorable.
ao d of stuff that ian't
jdo for the game. and you
A tt *tnypart of it."
e coach goes on: "I
s'1 for their sake. If it's
rug thy et everything
a5 he used his reau-
Mad + diT night "be-
was nervous."
the er who help-
ase Into the opn.
a -bet-ter"?' says Kel-
o t the whole thing
I ova. was tense all the time.
i eawM J1 a great shook to me
lat former player should be

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CB .,Tp-An. 10 (TP)-Race
irty lL'oUlland of Reading.
rni_ a, has been ruled o(f
eW..t one year.
theco01tt board of the Amer-
a A o Associaton sus-
eUadd d-for driving in an
nlul firace last Nov. 12 in
D The suspenslol
ub next Nov. 12.
as finished first or
ioad ln st four years in the
m l 500-mile Memorial
Day l The suspension puts
of.t of this year's Indiana-

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Hampe Celanee .... 8.60
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SAi -kBee $1.375.00. new QUALITY PAINTSi-AN am ..s ar beach. Phone
1400.900 1948 De Setse our door setasi tfungide. GINERAL PAINT FOR SALE: Single electric142 or s core
sde, ele blue. A real bargain. CORP Tel 2.19. Pasis e. machine 25 and 60 Cycle. P3 or care-
TowFed Dealer.radio and record player, with' e..
.--C1-- OLPAN MOTORS INC. FOR SALE:-PAN AMERICAN AIR- cords, bedroom set, all perfect con- st n a Hie
On Automobile Rew WAYS tickets at the COPA office, dtion. Apt. E, 1549, Gavilan Rd., 435. ~5bne K.lkh
Tl. 2-103 2-1035 25 Peru Ave. We will dssist you Balboa. . rl a. Crir obo ,'l 5
... in obtaining visas. exit permits, et. Furttil
b*IP SALE: 1950 Pontiac Sedan FREE OF CHARGE. Call 3.0097 FOR SALE:-Diningroom table and
Caupe, W.S.W., radio, plastic seat or 3-0801. Ample park space, chairs, sideboard. $35.00. House W Jaoro beach Coa age UAN
rs. vent shades. 1408-B, Carr -. 0558, Mindi St. Ancon. .electric rtrloeror OS rA
h, BOalboa. so tg .Phone Bl.
Bolboa. e w LLei II f FOR SALE--Beautiful green broad- b* Excpt Week-ns.
SAL: Btore $1,425.00. now Sumior Lens f loom rug, 12 x 12 with pad. Re- xcpt
$50.00 1943 Hudson Com- Smeerit Lens 1.5 centjy brought from U. S. Very Santo Cloar beach. OitS
o.kbri Santo Clar beach.
a e Club Coupe. dark reen, built In Cinderemhilatio cheap. Calle 41 No. I B, Tel 1 tTfsiecId. electricity, re-
? i leather uplbestery. vent Intermtln-l Jewelry Inc. 3-2997. r drt rat rates. Phone -
d Adee, excellent condition. A adjoining Internationel Hotel FOR SALE:Electric Ics Box, V0. 4-41 or 6-300.
S- el. r Ford DealerNC FOR SALE: Drawing desks with cuum cleaner, Bedroom set, jI rC --
COLPAN MOTORS INC. -83 North A mirrors, Bone China Wedge Wood R
On Automobile Raw Fiesta Ware, set of crystal glasses,
Tl. 2-1033 2-1035 FOR SALE:--Cne-Kodak 8 MM Mo- Studebaker Champion I 94 6, "' HBe sni
OR ,LE- iCe Camera. Magazine load, Model Chinese desk with chair, break-
"4OR ;- ICKSUPER -OUR DOOR 90, 1.9 lens in leather combina- fast table and chairs, electric iron. FOR RENT-Chalet, furnished, 49.
l .IDAN. Nyl Seet Covers. God tlon carrying case, with filters and Call Gamboa 6-140 otter 4:00 43th* .,Jt Ave. 3 bedrooms, liv-
L res. Dea k Gron Calar. Weston Exposure meter in case, p. m. House 183, Apt. 2. ingl diningroom, k itc he n,
SMOOT r PAREDES, S. A, $125.00. 8 MM Kodascope Movie -p ft. a@d. garage. Call Panama
eelet BuIck Distributors Projectr with carrying case, $50. FOR SALE: 25 Cycle. 7.6 Cubc 2to 6:00 p.m.t
_00 Excellent condition. House Feet Frigidaire. Five years old.
,AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES: We 1468-A, Holden St.. Balboa. Excellent condition. Reasonably FOR R-4 let very well located
have the best assortment fotar youR priced. 5338 Davis St. Apt. A, ubs, surrounded by a
car t reasonable prices. Apply In- Remember at's your hair! The Co- Diabto. bOutlif ul landscape. For.further in-
varsiones Generales, Jos pFrancis- coli Beauty Shop professionals fr- ft rtl cll phone 2-0121 Pan-
co de Ia Osso No 38. Telephone have thl know-how and materials FOR SA.E:-- Venetian Blinds, 54 morn, d; ng office honors.
co de lo No 38. Telephone x 72. House 1487-D, Dohran St.
all through this trying dry sea- Balboa. FOrgo Ity-eI-Unfurnished chalet, 4
bid .._bathrooms,_ar G N C IA S "
soR SALl--efore S1,625.00, now son. Hazel Engel. Vera Ong, Gen- FOR "ALE:-Refrgeraor age. pot Hbathr s, r- AENAS
PiiRc SALE^ "**6*": -Before $1.625-00, nowe
1,550.00. 1950 Fprd VI Custom all Bliss. Phone 4-557. newFORALE:Refgeraor Norge 2 0 P. ohA, ,t bAvenue No. 0n Fr- "
udeSeat covers and white idedoo, 25 cycle, new Unit, .120. th Avenue No. 10, 2-
SI keA wonderfulby. I ur FOR SALE:-Piano Warner's upright House I -A. Gamboa, Libert Z2346. .
almost new. Tropical Proof See Avenue. Tel. 6-107- 'IB ..
-CLPAN MOTORS INC. Charles Mitchell No 5. "Q" St. FOR SALE: New Bendix Gyromat O R .RENT
SOh Automobia Rew Apt. 10 automatic washing machine, 60 ApaJJ U
Tel. 2-1033 2-1035 FOR SALE Bumper Guards for cycle. $250 00. Call Naval Station Apatmen
L" .SA LE: I 949-50 Oldsmobile. $30.00. 3-111. F R ALMAM A AAT
r's..-CHIVROLET CLUB COUPE 0590 Mindi St., Ancon. Phone 2- FOR SALE.-Frigidaire. Porcelain in MD l Furnished two rooms suite I ea.
Vl.ryl Seat Covers, Blck Color. 2116. Balboa. and out 3 months old $300.00. recently dorateod. Contact office Let -e
S.SMOOT & PAREDIS. S. A. FOR SALE-Fishing equipment. 4 rods 10065 Roosevelt Ave. rear. Be- on orAiAes building 8061. Apt. 2.
Chevrolet & ulck Distributor to 6 reels. 1 Champion outboard tween 10 & Ilth Streets. Rank- Tealsph I 386. Colon. a aI. --
FOR SALE:-Ford Coupe. 1932 mo- motor 45 H. P. ladies suits sizeFOR RNT:Aprtment, East 43rd
del. $5.0 atiewr fr 1.1bo'A'tsie1.Hus 3 O RNn i patnn, at4r
'del $50.00; Lattice10 work, tr 12. boy's suit s'ze 14. House 19 FOR SALE-Four burner gas stove, Street, Mexico Avenue. Telephone Packers t l
Duplex House Type 104. 55000. New Crobol Beach parlor lamp, mahogany furniture, 3-0140. Movers .
$25.00. House 5758-B. Sibert St. able Tel 2-1209. Call anytime. 3. Colon. FOR RENT Furnishedapartmen TR
Drablo Hgis. 0586-B. Mmndi St.. Ancan big bd ri, livingroom. kitchen T N K ATER
D'ioblo Hgs. 086-B. Mndi St.. Ancon FOR SALE.-60 Cycle Duel Spindrier and bath, garage, Bella Vista. also F.S RUDE I
MA SALE: Before $895.00 now FOR SALE:-Baby carriage, excellent IAutomatic) washing machine. bachelor apartment. Tel. 3-1648. F S.I R
eaoe sedn, color blue. A real buy. 2-2663. fool-stool and lamps, $125. Up- FOR RENT:-Apartment for rent, Tel. 2-2562 to 8 p.m.
Yewr For Dealer holstered bar and 2 stools $100. 43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi- Tel. 2~. I
COLPAN MOTORS INC. S- J IA I Tel. 2-3724. House 425, Porto CO. Call 3-0140.
On Ate Rw lBello St. Ancon. FOR RENT:-n and two bedroom Kn y. CltM N L
S Tel. 2-1033 2-1035 INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL TO furnished nepartentsw opposite d Us be C mt l
BALE:- SALE OR RENT ONE OR TWO FOR SALE. Complete household furnihed apartments, opposite o Us Do Yo w AIV O mR
R iSAL E:- FA- CARRYALLS furnishings Philippine Ratton din- porch, school and ocean. Federico a lkar irve I left at da pla t
T F R D R IThe Panama Canal desires to p ng set. 2 large and 2 small chairs Boyd No. 1, phone 3-1516. maa- U a mn Doi el
DAN. Deluxe .Green. Celor. chase and or rent for an approx.i- coffee table, 2 small round tables FO1`PhoePaA 4WL
SSMOOT & PAREDiS S. A.o mte 17-week period either one or Piano Desk. ewng machine. 2 FOR RENT TROPICAL CLEANERS
.Chevrelefr lck Distribut two dirt scrapers I Corryalls ". 4- large mirrors. Lamps. Refragerotor mainlanrnt -- t ema LH
Sheel pneuma.c tred. cble oper- Washing machine Linoleum. Pot Rooms *
SFOR SALE --'48 Chevrolet Converti- eted. not less than 12 cubic ,ord ted plants. Work bench. Steel lo ck- F -
Ser, tools and tool box. Hassocks. FOR RENT- Attractive furnished
ble, in perfect condition, loaded 1 ruck capacity similar to Le Tour- Pr, tools and tool box. Hassocks. FOR RENT': Attrqctive furnished
, with accessories. sweet to connce neu Model LP single bucket Car- Pn Canal Q. M. beds dressers, room in best residential secflon. FIG ONOW IN BAP
I- yorelf for information call or see nall suitable for use wth model Tables. Record player. Golf Clubs. Kitchen privilege. Electric refriger- VERNON, Mich., (VP)F-
SAm Predes tractor r e ethe Boalng bols. Waffle iron Grll. ator. 43rd Street.No. 13, Bella iFelir, barber, has a i tree
--new or used. Invitation No 382 Aquariums Also 36 Ft. Cabin Vsta. ,hishop w th i s p itt 1DI
SSAL oe $ now co.ern the requment. s oval cruiser. House 359 France Fed. LOOKING kL AL HOME Viit
co%,iR the:-rqi$a5.phone 3788717. LOOKINGe PO IDEAL NOMI- Vit s I1 l "
0,5550. 1950 Chevrolet tour door nble ot otffic of Superintendent ni phone 3788717.f O Ot I I V t
seden. seat covers, white side wall Str-rhe.. es. Balboa. telephone 2- Stee N. 7. Coal, Clean.
tes. A real but. Your Ford Dealer 1 '7 to be opened on January 23, FOR- SALE Congenial. O ble.- -
S-CO'PAN MOTORS INC. 1951 FOR RENT:-Furnished room with
On Autom bile Row Real Estate Refrigerator, cool and quiet, 4th.
Tel. 2-1033 2-1035 e Wanted ofJulyAve. No. 19.
I-R ,-D-- B r eontec. nFOR SALE: Two story building.. 1 .
OR SALE!: -1 B Defore $1,1 80. now ANE-- We- downstairs cement, upstairs boards. FOR RENT: EunWws room for
$1.090 1946 Do Sots, Custom 4- WANTED- West Ind.an nurse I.000 M2. good condition. iea- gentleman or single lady, private
dear Sedan. fluid drive, seat covers maid. Most hove recommendation sonable price, in Via Belisarin entrance. bathroom adjoining.
and radio. A wonderful buy. Your cnd sleep in Peru Ave 58 un- Porras. San Francisco de lo Cole- Perry HIIl No. 14, Apt. 9.
CO' PAN MOTORS INC. Ply-- Smo. Fowns option op FOR RENT:-Large furnished room
On Automobile Row FORSALy ame howie downstair, with porch, telephone reasonable
Tel. 2-1033 2-1035 FOR SALE: Outboard motor, new. rent, board if desired. Engel, 12th
Automobiles 1950 Mercury 25 H. P. complete North Ave. Opposite Presidencia.
FOR SALE -1948 Plymouth 4 Door FOR SALE:-Bfre $1,350.00. New boat hardware for outboard. 18 two steps leading down. d1P
Sedan. Excellent condition. 4 new $1.160.00, 1949 Ford Tudor, co- gross brass screws I" number 8.
tites. Qtrs. 41-B Farfan or tele- lor gree, buexcellent condition. A Substantially under list Inquir
,K. Phone Now 3454 wonlderful buy. Your Ford DuellerIMr. Cox. Cristobal Yacht Club. FOR'RENT

SA :-Befloe $,670.00. nwo On Automobile Raw Trans-s thmian highway with 5,- HOHse s
1sede0.00 1949 Mercury orel duer Tel. 2-1053 2-1035 000 meters of land. Located sixteen REN r Comptel furnished
l en, coltr geeen, a real buy. res from Panam Cty Call Be FORREN r Completely furnished
Yer Ford Dealer as a l a 2-1075 two-bedroom house, for three
SM.- CO'PAN MOTOR INC.. I I mcnth. starting February 1. No.
: On Aitem-3bile Row FOR SALE -Refresquefla No. 174. 16, 48th Street. Tel. 3-3443.
Tel 2-1033 2-10 -_ I lliad Ae Central, sacrificing. See H
-FIO SLE- Tl.C 2- 10 r 2 4 "rges Unified Army W"'Wllaeat nPhoto Sudi N& F 0CHEVROLET ,
dooR SA De L- 150 Chevrolet 4- E200. Ave. Central. LOST & FOUND ov rti EVR ou pT
-with extra Onl, driven 3 000 r O N to S FOR SALE:-Modern concrete chalet 2075
miles. dutyv ooid 1 875 00. Co- 21 i bedroom, living diningroom LOST: "Blue Tick" hound, an-
noi Zone 51 750 00 Phone Cr.;- TOKYO. Jan. 19 (UP1 -Chin- servants quarters, completely tiled, swers to name "Speck." Finder
tabol 3.1411, can be financed. Pse General Ho YIng Chin. electric lights, running water, titled please call Wilson 6-381, Gamn- e0 CHEVROLET
*r, AI .'Be $.. 00.mn Now chairman of ChlanR Kal-shek's land, 4 miles from Colon Trans. boo. -d orT
$Io.290.00Meosh 600 ou00. doo strategy board, proposed In a ,sthman Highway. Phone Colon --e dan 4-doo l'r .
dn. e'r o" -on.-set covers. speech to a Japanese newsawoer 1282-J.Mie0Ns l
Aon. CY'r o .rdq 'ea oe group here today that China, I sE .at covers
SA stl. Your id D-n'e Tipan. the Philippines and Korea G W LE S Sedanette
COC PAN MOTORS INC. would orRanire a unified combat LEARN TO NRIVE by Arerican 1625
n Aut ile R 2aw orRanimation under the leader.1- W OI Wl LEARN TO DRIVE by American x"
T I. 2-1033 2.105 shin of General MacArthur. pert. Call 3-2955, Ponama.

'. OtDS OBILE CUB COUPE a Far Eastern Panct along f od Sibert Yard, 59, Dies Radio-Seat Covers
e '. he Green is the onl a tdeend Honoring Go. O s In fCristobal Quarters
IMOOT & PAREDES. S. A the threatened Asian nations a- CRISTOBAL. Jan. 19-librt '48 LINCOLN
Chevrkwolet & Buick Distributous ?ainst aggression, he said that ov. Francis K. Newcomer wilI Yard. West Indian employe of Bedan
L. 1-oirrole Pactually World War III has al- unveil the plaque on the moni- the Community Service Bureau. SW Te
TOAY 1- C rot ready broken out. ment to George W. Green at ied n quarters here t
Door Sedcn u-ellen con .,,.n memorial park at the waterfalls 12:45 a.m. today, aooarently of 6
dy fre. 3 'o mic. ...Nginal Retired General on Madden Road at 4 p.m. Sun- a heart attack. He was 0
t rer. ,n-.n nn crrc'npd. prce ,day. years old. *49 CHEVROLET
o000 Cll 8i't W ill Arrive Here Other Canal offidals are ex- The body la to be sent to OE
e pected to attend the ceremonies. Gorgas Hospital for routine Coupe
b yu n r y. A r, Maj. oen. Royal B. Lord. re- and bears the inscription, G e '46 DE SOTO
O' PAN MOTOR INC .ire'd Army Engineer officer now W. Green. Municipal Engineer edan
OnAimobilPaw chairman of the World Wide The Panama Canal 1921 193. tS Sat C r
T nl 2- mobile 2-1035 Development corporation. is ar- 1 i ar j& Radio
Tli 2-10a 2 1035 rvn here Monday aboard the The small wayside park, wh s

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SALE--1940. 4 door sedan one In the mid-thirtIes. Gen. Lord
S25 cycle e'ectrc fan. cne 25 cycle was in charge of construction
Motor, one half H P me 2 rc C nd operation of the famed
.motor 1-4 HP. B E Joc!rn. Passan aqt oddy Tidal Bay power
' Balboa 1524 orolect In Maine. During the
last war, he served in Europe as
S01 SALE:-eforer S1.450.00. Now ihief of staff for General Lee's
$1,390.00 1949 Nesh Ambesse- ervices of Supply and from
.*de fear door sedan. color green. February. 1944 to May. 1945. was
- =i^tm car. Real buy. Your Ferd deputy chief of staff for Gen.
Dwight D. Eisenhower.
COLPAN MOTORS INC. A Navy veteran of the first
GoAutomoble Row World War. Gen. Lord was gra-
To. 2-1033 2-1035 s luated from West Point in 1923
S and was a lieutenant colonel in
Safare $1,050. Now 1941. He became a wartime ma-
1948 Ford our dr sm- or general In 1944. He has been
: MR. Mdo. whit. l da etlred since April, 1946.
Te. ca is excellent buy. He Is al;o an Inventor and is
..Ow .., credited with invention of the
Impl! pt,--C PC. ord nor l"Ile s'eel eml,,--.'-.ent
i 4% *-m.*S Roe' "d thn Lord portable military
l -,3Ji 03r 5 ableway.

Is near the famous Las Cru;.es
Trail. was developed with funds
raised by voluntary contrlbuthias.
The committee In charge of tLie
memorial Includes Arthur Don-
aldson. Chairman. Nelson E. Wise
and Nelson W. Magner. Leo C.
Page served as architect.
. The site was chosen for the m.--
mortal because it was one of Mr.
Green's favorite spots on tie
Phone 2-132
Dow n hlymme 11M
MIMlnthly 11.
Lo with aved wree frop
51.00 Sq metor ,
ror Ret n HmRo my autmne
rot Brrinin leveling
We fent La olaei I Le t
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Or j V VrwnOflM6 S. Veism
qRnorg.1m I 17wmp $m .116
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of the bh p Junior Coewe the 5PccE by iremari, attack. ..*iM-
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ten Ltud roll for e-r S otthe pre ot-
P'OIpIw lbs isrnlht ^f reqteq. twinge- l nhiteb tylqher T. ftW.lo
tlon y. Jan, 22, at 6:30. ts a
In trtette these .onir.s S IM t
aR AlrotoAir Force offI-r, r ran- tff IA tra Oh
tamn Hkt J. Muhbr.'who Eq P Ai- the t
lie Inft mo0on Officer for the Iter. oci
Sit RPPi tadron. WH So r
Cant. aahapi w pti+nr fo" He lid be believed the Uited S o ar anit tt
two y on AIR ORCE. and Natis troops eold kee a ~*e. Sut he d
Ipt.rrF YimNBAAprr TMW-arne hold in Korea"'If .nepeasy.e etl oald be lotI
(OfficiallAfr orc nublieptionR. added: h -__
Before entealn the serve. he "It is notiAnoe to e t ~
served an reporter nrd ohntoi cn the advlablity ta such pe-f,
rpher for tbh "Wiehita T1 iv lon." . -
Times" In Shit hme town of We- On his return from the w
chita 9llm.'Teas.Hisaartlcesbove Eastern war theater- to Ct&w.
appeared In' mst of the leading command of the 15t Air Feee
men's portsa- mraulnes asch as O'Donnell said thkt Uite d Nt- _- -l--'
Argosy, T"ue. lFld, and Stremn, tions forces should' "fte th r
Sportsman, ete., and his fiction, every weapon at th dipoal."*
besideappeUrlp nthe m1loritv -On -I 'O I JI
of Western t u ea. has TO, dos ICl.
also been e Reatder' On The SOp t (UP) -Ho
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Tr rational- BOSTON, Jan. 10 (UP)- T
about luck--Benjamin M. ElBU
the oppor- fire eInUemnaturer
our as Air oston ltena "all e ;bee
ml0 orson- get to. But he ts in bib of
I e4ltors of when one aa canw. In. It w
gsaies, an a-fire inhia kwnbouts,
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SS m ^n o; *counc fo your reservst---. flf Panama, son, an. 1d
t the home of Mrs. Anne Ja in der at our execute Hosta
Htahl, 155-A, Gavllan 'Area. D MsMary Paton m1y SBOWN, Mr. and Mrs. Allan.
1Eii 1a8m matd e definite plans at the N.C O. of Panama, daughter, Jan. 17,
n lw f -iOclu. OorgAa Hospital.
irtiH all othC boh f TRCABEL, Mr. and Mrs. Claudieo,
S eet n GtROBLEM IN CALFONIA f Panama, daughter, Jan. 17, ,

Pres- Departmbment ECucutlMve Com.it. ptouTtRILE, Calr. (np- APPIN, Mr. and Mra. Oran L..
a dAe- tee meeting wUi be held at t a.m. 36*depgre temperature and I-eal of Panama, daughtean Jan. 17.
stur' Bundayrat he Legion Hall In Ga- toarrenorts had officials at tbe Oorgas Hospital, _
here. tun. tytaU 4rrted about the bmak- Deaths
Ceube. un.ertNo. ofR0.e1nJa

P. MTt apprehensive wa HUNTER, Henry, 40. of Pana-
oa. !f nlg ehimc Paut Finley WMho s.J mu -an. 16. or.a Hospital.

3ath- A *wspa testing othe Cat- ge.ted the ripon e amawllber ITRINB, Tutas. 9. of
thlda verarden e of Mr- ananaon a tree Panamao, Jan. 16, Gorga Hospl-
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it dentehe -an Ara ea, by kOaryfatton m RO0BEL, Bernard M4r of Pan-
Sop. Malnt aet:36 pms. p ah 0of P W.anan, d.Tauher, J1aln.

fanta Clara. Mrs. Perkins and
jifrl. re leavnin soon to
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Miubers of the Breakfast Club

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Compound to rqlive che t
In a recent medical test It iprovd remark-
ably helpful to women troubled this way.
You owe it to yourut to ti. : -
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The Atlantic Chapter
S talltion of officers at th
'- day at I p.m.
a Ralph E. Malcolm. Jr.,
Snctor A. Misrachi in the I
r'. The other installing off
.. PEM.C., Senior Councilor;
"'CuncAlnr; Philip R. Sande
-E .Barrison, Jr., P.M.C., Ml

S'I'he other officers install
S were: Senior Councilor, Jack
W atdall. Jr.: Junior Counci
"*ptfu FEngeike; Senior Deac
S .ohb H. Townshend; Junior De
.-0n Carlton Croft; Senior S
ward. Keith Moumblow; Jun
Steward, Jack Wilkerson; M;
4 shal. Vernon Bryant; Chaplil
John Fahnestock. Jr.; Stande
Beaier Carl Pinto; Sentir
.Thomas Hughes; Orator, David
S ,Rubelli; First Preceptor. David
Rubbelli; Second, Preceptor, C
pinto; Third Preceptor, Ja
Pearson; Fourth Preceptor, Ric
S ard. Reed; Fifth Precepts
Thomas Hughes; Sixth Prece
tor. John Fahnestock, Jr.; S
S venth Pereceptor. Robert Orvis
The members of the Advisu
Council were: Arthur A. Albrigl
4*hairman; C. Stuart Townshen
'Chapter Advisor; and Robert A
-nold. Treasurer with Bruce C
I Sanders, Jr,,. Ernest C. Cottk
Anthony Fernandez and Walt
A. Freudlgman.
Reverend J. William L. Gri
a m. pastor of the Gatun Unito
'Church gave the address of tn
.Philip R. Sanders. P. M. C. gat
'the flower talk, after which flov
ers'were presented bv each men
O er to their mothers.
SCrstobal Assembly. No. 2 Ordei
S of the Rainbow assisted with th
S~Mtallation. A reception In Lih
S banquet hall followed the instal
.latlon ceremony.
, Annual Church Meeting
S The annual Church meeting o
o the American Episcopal Chutic
of Our Saviour was held Tuesday
evening at the Church. The fol
n- lowing men were elected to serve
.on the vestry committee for 1951
'Dr. S. D. Aycock. Henry W. BWie
S hok. Jr.. Dashwood Darling. He'-
4ert 0. ngelke. Michael F
Greene, Walter T. McClure. Ga-
land Orr. Harold S. White and 0
A. Dietz.
: The following were elected a,
tay delegates to the annual con
vocation to be held Saturday. .Tan
S 27 at St. Luke's Cathedral In An
con: Messrs: Bigelow. Engeike
and McClure. The alternates wl
b' Ie Messrs. Greene, Orr and Rob-
i ert Thomas.
Birthday Parties
Mr, and Mrs. J.DW. Fettler
entertained at their New Cristo-
bal residence with a party honor-
i b r- their daughter, Gayle, on
f (e occasion of her fourth birts-
av i anniversary.
-The merry-go-round cake was
S decorated in pink and blue. anti
S so were the Individual cup cakes.
f .tTzes for games were won by
S. tevie Sutherland. Bonnie and
Lhda Shumate. Ellen Whittalker
t and Vicki Fettler.
The other young guests ini-
R eluded: Patty and Bobby SuMll-
S van. Jerry Pabon, Johnny Poiilc.
Stevie Sutherland. Sally Ann
i. Smth. Jerry-Jo Stephenson. Jeff
J os David Whittakerf and
0ayels brother and sister. CleIce
and, Johnny,
S .Mrs. Charles Smith and Mu..
r John Stephenson assisted the

"Bric Robinson, young son ot
Mr and Mrs. Buel Robinson of
Mw Cristobal had a few friends
t* -to enjoy his pink birthday
-k Wednesday.
T- 'he young guests were: Tuidv
and Sarah Palumbo. Wally Brians.
Paul Evancoe and Jon Jorstad.
Lt. and Mrs. David R. K',hn
entertained with a party at their
Fort Davis quarters for their son
David on his birthday anniver-

Order of DeMolay held an open In
le Cristobal Masonic Temple Tues
retiring Master Counciler Istaleli
highest office of the organization.
fliers were: William C. Willoughby
Thomas Peterson, P.M.C., Juinio
ers, P.M.C., Senior Deacon; Charle
marshal and Arthur A. Albright, or

led sary.
C. The guests were: Bill Larn
lor, 7ulsom Hill, Louis Fournier, To;
un, my Gardner. Robert Green, Wi
ea- lace Skeistaitis. Jack Ogan, Os
te- Hartwig and David's sisters. Fa
rlor and Barbara.
ar- -
ii. Margarita
ird Auxillary Meeting
icl. The Auxiliary of the Margarit
A. Union Church met at the hoW
A. of Mrs. Worden French with Mi
arl William Brooks as co-hostess.
,ck This was the first meeting I
n- the new officers. Mrs. Ernest
or; Cotton. president; Mrs. Claude :
-p- Strobrldge, Secretary- and Mr
ie- James Christian,Treasurer.
s. Reverend Henry Bell gave th
jry devotions.
id. The members present were
.r- Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Charles H. Mc
Cullum. Mrs. John W.. Krome
)n Mrs. W. R. Middlemas, Mrs. Ha
er old P. Bevington. Mrs. CharH
Cotton. Mrs. John H. Leach, Mrs
a- H. I. Tinning, Mrs. Carl Newhari
n Mrs. C. B. Mcllvalne. Mrs. Fre
ne Hodges. Mrs. J. A.-Hoverson, Mrs
Lee Sparks. Mrs. Georgia Owin
Mrs. John Muller, Mrs. John Pal
mer Mrs. John M. Purvis. Mri
n- Lucllle Flenniken. Mrs. Elle
Edge. Mrs. W. H. Waldron. Mr
er John A. Doval. Mrs. Charles I
le Delanev and Mrs. Anthony Per
e nandez

C(ZJC Atlantic Side

Division Lists 2nd
t Semester Courses
The Canal Zone Junior Collegi
SAtlantic Side Extension Divisior
courses for the second semese i
have been announced by Paul L.
Beck, the Director. They Include
first semester elementary Span-
ish, first and second semester
elementary conversational Span-
ish. and two new appreciation
courses on Great Novels and
SGreat Operas.
In the Great Novels course tnz
books which will be read and dis-
cussed are Wilder's Bridge of Sari
Luis Rey, Don Quixote by Cer-
vantes. Flaubert's Madame Lo-
h vary, Tolstoy's Resur r e c t I o .1,
Proust's Swann's Way, David
Copperfield by Dickens. Sten-
dahl's The Red and the Blacr ,
and Hudson's Green Mansions.
In the Great Operas course the
music and stories of the follow-
ing operas will be studied: The
Medium. The Love of the Three
Kings. and Jenufa modernn; The
Bohemian Girl (English); C&r-
men. Faust. Mignon, and Lakme
(French); The Magic Flute. Lo-
hengrin. and Tristan and Isolde
(German); and The Barber of
Seville. Lucia di Lammermoor. 11
Trpvatore, Alda. Pagliacci, La Bo-
home. and. Madame Butterfly
The Great Novels and Great
Operas courses will be taught by
Charles Wallace, Spanish teacher
in Cristobal High School. In the
Great Operas course he will play
records, selected from his exten-
sive collection and made by thrie
world's best artists, of the mi: Ic
of each opera taken up.
Classes will begin on Feb. 1.
but only those courses for which
at least 10 students register on
Registration Day (Monday. Jan.
22. from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.) will
actually be given. All classes wIll
meet on Mondays and Thursdays
at either 6:30 or 7:30 pn..




Blrlge at Fot Davis .
"e: ladle Lof..the 7"4th
Btmillan met at the Fort
040tqs Club. Tuesday fr.ii
weiMIy afternoon of ardm
Jamed. Jess as hostess
MMA. Thomas M. Lamer .w
the high scoring prize, Mrs. W, i
Bailey was low. Mrs. David I
Kuhn won the hundred henj
prize and Mrs. Henry Hartwig
deuce prize.
Tile other ladles playing wea
r. Mrs. J. H. Wigg. Mrs Jam
I- Scarborough. Mrs. M. E. Hutohl:
- Ion. Mrs. F. Green, Mrs. BeR
y tet Carroll, Mrs. B. K. ata
e Mrs.. George W. Kennedy, Mr
Mllo S. Gardner, Mrs. Albert Pl
cirlll, Mrs. John T. Donahu
Mrs. A. E. Hill and Mr. Henry
g Brownies Invest
New Members
Brownie Troop 32, of New Crts
r tobal Invicted three new member
at their last meeting. The new
t. Brownies are: Janet 8utherland
Lillian Hirons and Sharon T1lli
Mrs. Kenneth Forrest was aa
Welcomed as a new assistant lad
er. Mrs. Harry Seaman is Brownd
leader and Mrs . M.McClella
Executive Committee
SThere will be ba Department
ecutive Committee Meeting c ttb
American Legion Auxiliary at I
a.m. Sunday, at the American
Legion Hall In Gatun.
N. J. Owen
Auxiliary Meeting
The Nathaniel J. Owen. Unit
No. 3 American Legion Auxiliary
held its regular meeting Wednes-
day evening at the American LC-
glon Hall In Gatun. with Mrs
Henry Shirk and Mrs. Thomes
McGinn as hostesses.
Mrs. Donald Dewey. president,
presided at the meeting which
was followed by an evening of
Bingo and refreshments.
Prizes were won by Mrs. James
Barr. Mrs. Millard Mundkowsld,
Mrs. Vincent Holt. Mrs. Ralph
Johnson. Mrs. Arthur Humphreys,
and Mrs. John L. McDermott.

JWB Art Gallery

To Show Paintings

By Marde Roberts

The second exhibition of paint-
ings. sponsored by the Canal Zone
Art League in cooperation with
the J.W.B. Armed Forces Service
Center will open Sunday at 3 p.m.
in the new J.WB. Art Gallery.
The current exhibit will feature
the work of Marie Roberts, wife
of Commander Prank J. Roberts
of Rodman Naval Station.
A graduate of the Massachus-
etts School of Art. Boston, Mrs.
Roberts has been busy during her
stay here portraying subjects
along the Canal and in Panami
quite different from those that
she did as a free lance artist in
Another and very difficult
branch of the art field to be de-
veloped by Mrs. Roberts is that of
children's portraiture in water
In the landscape group, the ti-
tles indicate the wide range of
points of interest chosen by Mrs.
Roberts. "Plaza Francia." "Cath-
edral Plaza," "Plaza Herrera on a
Rainy Afternoon." "Pianam
Bay," "Street Scene," "Plaza in
the Afternoon," are some of the
sckees taken from Panam "Eve-
ning from the Boat Club." "An-
con Hill," "Islands of Mud Flats."
"Road in Rousseau," indicate the
artist's view of the Canal Zone.
These water color paintings by
Mrs. Roberts will be on exhibition
for two weeks from Sunday
through Saturday, Feb. 3 at the
J.W.B. Service Center Art Oal-'
lery in Balboa. Hours are from f
a.m. to 10 p.m. A cordial invita-
tion is extended to residents of I
the Canal Zone and PanamA.



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l Ss wild, wacky nigit anny 0010
Hollywood's git- telephone
IN favorite haunt of man, Georte
SJe. a touch of the zany yer, Cary 6
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Igg^^ ers, a donkey named water bottle 2
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h boys, cooks and that all t
I attendants parti- Storch, a bi
S. teaoples in the shows whose stock
i out. business i
club first opened, Fou nald Colmans,
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t< ,9 qe 5 one night and coax- :' '.
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l' flttering star, was parti- at their B w i
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L64doners are tittering) over
JaCk BeGmy's yar about the ous
driver whose route took him past
Orson Welles manse on a Holy-
wood tour of movie stars' homes.
"We are now passing the reasi-
doence ofOrson Welles," the driver
barked into his microphone.
"This house was built, designed.
deCorated and furnished by Or-
son. The trees grew by them-
Producer Sam Zimbalist discov-
ered that those giant natives of
Africa In "King Solomon's Mine%"
are as surprisng as they are huge.
The fist day the natives reported
to Zimballat's location one of the
crewmen apMroached a big fel-
low. performed gestures indicar-
lni the process of rolling dice and
ad :
"You shoot-urn craps?"
"No," the native replied, mak-
ing the gestures of holding play-
ing cards "would you care for a
tame of Canata?"'
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Danny Hoctor looks like Fred
Astaire and shares the spotlight
at the better gin palaces with his
dancing partner. Betty Byrd. But
this is about the time Danny was
flal on his back, with rheumatic
fever, and was Just another pu-
tient to the nurestin a navy ho.-
pital during the war.
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By- Bruce Biossat-
UTl agrees the currently raging foreign policy debate
Is a health thing, since we can't have any real unity without
full g oration of all the alternatives.
O of t hottest issues is whether to send additional Amer-
Ilan troops to Zurope.
aiedent 'Truman already has declared his Intention to do
this, to bolster Atlantic pact defenses. He says he has the au-
But a good manv lawmakers in Washington led by Senator
Th 4oubt the wisdom of this plan. Taft declares it's Illegal.
jS y ire troubled by western Europe's slowness In re uting it-
self. They fear we'd be carrying the bulk of the load, and that
our troops might be trapped by a mighty Russian advance west-
wat4-to the ocean.
Taft even suggests that sending more men might,.provoke
rather than prevent war. He says that thus far he] not con-
vinced the Soviet Union means to march on western rope.
He's In doubt on this score, he says, because no=e of our
high government officials have been able to tell him what Rus-
sia intends to do in Europe.
S TAWFB earnest search for an answer to this pusaler is com-
mendkble. It's the question that bothers us all. But he may be
expecting too much when he seeks an answer from our own of-
Does Russia mean to make war on Europe? .If to, why not
now, while we and the West are relatively weak? sVy should
the Kremlin wait as we build a defense army that will only make
its conquest more difficult?
The only accurate replies to these queries lie not In Wash-
"ngton but in Moscow. Perhaps, indeed, they are not even known
there. For we tend to forget that the master* In the' Kremlin,.
-for all their cold, ruthless calculation, are human, too. They
change their minds. They have doubts. They make mistakes.
They have tough problems.
.Certainly they do not operate according to a great master
plan which has a rigid time-table. Like most politicians, they
are opportunists. They try to play the main chance.
Possibly they would dearly love to attack western Europe
right now while It is weak. But all signs indicate they are de-
terred through fear of retaliatory A-bombing and the uprising
of anti-Communists both in the West and behind the Iron Cur-
Admittedly. real moves to stiffen Europe's defenses might
bring war, if the Kremlin were desperate enough and saw its
prospects of long-range success dwindling. But it's also possible
such a build-up would further deter the Russians.
THE Soviet leaders have made clear over and over that they
believe time and history are work"lg for them. They believe the
capitalist democracies are sure to crumble from their own in-
herent weaknesses. They are happy to aid this "disintegration"
then the chance present itself, but at other times they are
f w tit. to sit back and wait. Rather than gamble on a war
tiat might bring horrible retribution, the Kremlin might shift
Ou m sure entirely to the political and diplomatic front.
The trouble is. no one can be sure from month to month
athe Kremlin will do. Failure to build up Europe's defenses
convince them before-the year is out that their best chance
flke has arrived.
*'. a risk to send 'more troops abroad; everything related to
Iurope'p defense Involves' a risk. But there's grave danger, too.
in nst sending those troops and not defending the Continent.
Tew' no security in a world which houses Red Russia.
we can i4s I calculate carefully which risks seem to be
the t ones, and then take them. The big debate will pay off
if t W les that polat beyond reasonable doubt.
OF iBt ih -Ble-SPIRIT 0
WHAT strange spark makes a man a hero In battle?
Perhaps It's something that really defies definition. Maybe
we shouldn't try, but should instead just be grateful that we
have heroes. For no one can doubt that any army is the better
for the heroic deeds of Its bravest men.
Five American heroes, all either dead or missing as result of
the fighting in Korea, were honored by President Truman the
other day with the nation's highest military tribute the Con-
kressional Medal of Honor.
Among the five was Gen. William F. Dean, a top U. 8. field
commander until his disappearance in action around Taejon la*t.
summer. The others: Lt. Frederick Henry of Clinton, Okla.; Mas-
ter Sgt. Travis Watkins of Gladewater, Tex.: Sgt. Charles Turner
of Boston, and Pvt. Melvin Brown of Mahaffey, Pa.
ALL of these men performed acts of bravery above and be-
yond the call of duty. In mmost every case, their courage saved
the lives of other men. who went on to fight and may still be
Let's look at Just one of these heroes, to sample the true
quality of heroism under fire. We'll take Brown, who happens
to be lowest in rank. A member of an engineers' combat bat-
tallon, he distinguished himself while his outfit was engaged I
with the North Koreans near Kasan last Sept. 4.
The Reds counter-attacked as his platoon was attempting to
secure what was known simply as Hill 755. Brown's citation

"TAKING a position on a 50-foot-high wall. he delivered
heavy rifle fire on the enemy. His ammunition was soon ex-
pended and, although wounded. he remained at his poet and
threw his few grenades at the attackers.... When his supply of
grenades was exhausted, his comrades from nearby foxholes
tossed others to him and he left his position, braving a hall of
. ire, to retrieve and throw them at the enemy.
"The attackers continued to assault his position and Private
Brown, weaponless. drew his intrenching tool from his pack and,
calmly waited until they, one by one, peered over the wall de-
hvering each a crushing blow upon the head. Knocking .10 or
12 enemy from the wall. his daring action so inspired his platoon
that they repelled the attack and held their position."
Of such stuff is the defense of liberty made.
Private Brown may never again walk the streets of Mahaffey.
Pa. But wherever freedom is enshrined, his memory will reside
for all time.


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LeNe eam reasived gre fully and an e headledIn wholly confideoeli
If fo rM selrBute tmw deont be Ilpinat i t doesn't appeam h
emt d$A. A m -rpvMuiidhe tsde.n mslv,.
PlFase r y* keep tihe ltat Mne med t e ges length.
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Balboa, Canal Zone.
Mail Box Column
The Panama American
Panama. R. P.
We all know that there are a
of minor rackets in the Ca-
Zone. but the most persistent
I Is one that is practiced by
members of the Balboa Port Cau-
S tan Office.
It seems that every time that
a member of the Marine Bureau
n nd around Balboa is retired,
It is the signal for one and some-
times two members of the orga-
Snzation to &tart soliciting funds
or Sikk tickets for some party
that ofaus can attend and stil
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were not numbered, but of late
they have taken upon themselves
to go to this trouble. If any other
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n5a|izatl onL has a man retire. -" --_..
such as the Customs or Railroad,
no one takes the time or trouble
to see that he is even a farewell '
party. But the solicitor from tnis
organization. so far as pilots and '
ot ers are concerned, solicits th q
entire waterfront from one cnd
to the other. There Is no reason
why the Pilots Association should
not give a party and leave tor
other organizations alone to take ,
care of their employes.
We say. let's put a stop to thit,
at once, for the reason another
party is in the offing. and the'
regular individual is makln tawI
rounds selling tickets.
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By Viftolt fr-e
One day last y74: the tele-
phone rang In the Odfice of an
ex-newspaperma b f had tuirn-
ed in his police card to crusade
for CIO. His top _hl.Phil Mur-
ray, was calling. pWth told him
to get out of the gw." -Amer-
ican Conference iwhst Com-
munism. ,
For this there were many rea-
sons. But basic watle fact that
the All-American QOst e r e n c e
sharply disagrees .Pres. Tru-
man's State Dept. -twich, right
now. behind the sses at :ie
United Nations, wants to ex-
change space in A tfor time in
Europe. Mr. Murr CIOW10 feels
that Dean Achesnoat a fine Sec-
retary of State and that Mr. Tru-
man would be ill adfled to dump
But one organlation which
sees Acheson as highly expen-
dable Is the AFL, whose leaders
believe the State Dept. is appeas-
ing the Soviets --and in stumble-
bum fashion at that. to use a
word that was used. by some of
the gentlemen.
And from this basde Issue has
spruhg a fight over foreign po-
licy so bitter that it will r;e-
lay for years any e of a mer-
ger between the w giant labor
federations a merger which
would have given the AFL and
CIO leaders a single juggernaut
of 14,000,000 members. This cer-
tainvly would have been the most
powerful single outfit in the na-
So deep-rooted is the resent-
ment in some 4L circles against
what is described as the "soft-
ness' of Phil Murray at this critic-
al moment that one of the Fed-
eration's usually temperate r'nd
quiet-spoken leaders, the wing-
collared traditional braintrusring
second vice-president, Matthew
Woll. has Just lashed out at P1I.1
Murray as few men have.
This attack hinges on a weird
speech delivered at'the last CIO
convention.. Because It ran for
over an hour, and because the
news was heayy that day, most
of us heard the alk over the ireas
room loud speakers. Not until. he
printed record came up were some
of us startled. In this talk. Dr
Mordecai W. Johnson. president
of the federally supported Ho-
ward University, told the 600 CIO
delegates, amongst other things:
"We have underestimated ';he
moral power of our enemy." and
they have subscribed to the "uml-
versal ethics of Judaism and
Furthermore, the prof.'in talic-
ing of the Communists, said. 'It is
not true that these men do not
ee n polticaldemocracy" ..
A 11lm1ort *tW titechtque-
the totalitarian state as an ab-
solutely necessary form of nmil-
Itary organization to offset the
expected onslaughts of capital-
ism... If we-look at ourselves In
the way that history showed it to
us. we are probably the most
ruthless dominators and exploit-
era and humillators of human
rights that ever spanned the
pages of history."
There was much more along
this line. And the usually imper-
turbable Matt Woll, head of the
AFL's dynamic internal tiona ]
committee battling Soviet labor
agents across the world, has just c
cut loose in an editorial In his un- d
Ion paper, The American Photo- a
"So the Communist gunmen d
shooting down our sons and I
brothers In Korea are acting in r
response to the noblest human a
motives, Dr. Johnson would have f
us believe." Woll lashed out.
And the AFL policy maker con- S
"But the big wonder, the amaz-
ing, incredible and painfully dis-
treeing fact to us is that the ron -
vention of a free trade union
mifement did not repudiate surls
ru effusion of bombastic slander.
Na, more, it even applauded...
t above all else we are als-
burbed beyond measure that
President Philip Murray. in re-
sponse to the reprehensl be a
oratory of Dr. Johnson, had only F
this to say-" tr
And then Mr. Woll quotes Mr. E
Murray, who referred to the e;
Johnson talk as "a prayer... an
Insplational address that could Ia
come only from the soul of a nan. b
ie must be inspired by God.". tU
All this Mr. Woll characterized h
s a "tragic... unfortunate and D
r. unsavory incident... (which)
ihows the insidious and danger- S
nu propaganda to which our na- A
Ion 1s subjected..." a
Mr. Woll's anger was inteni- si
id8 by the Commie's use of the s
speech in Asia, especially on heo
vratefront, which of course Mr. a
urray would loathe. Seldom has h
sne responsilble and highly I"- P
tuential leader spoken so sharly c;
Sansmother as important as PhFl
ObvWously it will be a long time ft
afore these men sit down to tl
aerge their forces Into one great w
mien with one spokesman, e
(C Oyright 1951 Post-Hall g
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NEW YORK. Budd Schulberg has commit-
ted one of the superior novels, "The Disenchant-
ed," based on his old acquaintanceship with
scott Fitzgerald, the disillusion prophet of the
Budd's a friend of mine, and I practically
raised his kid brother, Stuart. In what we
laughingly refer to as the newspaper game. So
maybe I'm a prejudiced witness. -But It seems
to ame that this guy Schulberg is working him-
self un into the big-talent stage, and largely be-
caune he is taking his time. And writing about
what he knows.
He was a kid when he wrote "What Makes
Sammym Run?" a biting but non-vicious ap-
raisal of Hollywood. Budd was fetched up In
:he town, where his Papa was a high-shot pro-
ducer for" years and years. When "Sammy" hit
print Hollywood did a hfCM Up.
"'kamsrB" was- ~i,! perceptive botd
for a young'un to write. Its honesty never out-
weighed the skill with WhiCh it was compound-
ed. The second Schulberg 'effort "The Harder
They Fall," was something of a disappointment
to me, at least, because it dealt with the life
and times and exploitation of Primo Cathera,
Budd picked up a couple of hundred thou from
the movies for it. His background knowledge
of fights and fighters was sound, but It didn't
have the writing. At that, It was nowhere near-
y so awful as some of the early and later -
writing of the late Binlair Lewis. Anybody who
remembers "Free Air," "Mantrap," r "Bethel
Mlerriday" and "Kingablood Royal" knows what
I irean.
But with this fresh. appreciation of a public
character, the late Mr. Fitzgerald, Schulberg has
lone a Job of which Fitzgerald, before he came
apart at the seams, might have been very proud.
here are some loose ends, sure, and some over-
levotion to reportage at the sacrifice of imagi-
nation. But it looks very much as if we are
raising a modern writer of strong stature, and
lot of people have bee complaining that the
leld was pretty desperately. allow.
Budd hasn't written a "Babbitt." a "Main
Street" or an "Arrowsmith" or "Dodsworth." yet,

Peter Edson I
NBA Washington
WASHINGTON. (NBA).-It was Jdst two years
go that President Truman launched his "Pont
'our" program for aid to underdeveloped coun-
ries. It has had a tough time getting -started.
lut it now seems to be on Its-way In. this un-
asy world.
The new head of Point Four Is Dr. Henry. Gar-
and Bennett. He is a "professor" If you must,
ut he isn't the type you normally associate with
he word. Nor is he the anlart, sleek, Homburg-
atted t)pe of diplomat usually found In State
Department high places.
Dr. Bennett has been prealdent of Oklahoma
tate College of Agricultural and Mechanical
.rts for over 20 years. He Is of medium height.,
nd round. He wears high, laced shoes. He
peaks with,. a rural rap that lt softened by
southern drawl. .
"We can't make the world over, and we don't
im te." he says with disarming franknfet. Then
e adds, "But maybe we can double the f.oo
reduction of places where they don't have
enough to eat."
If Dr. Bennett and his oganisation can do
hat, Point Four sla, of course. made. It is re-
reshing to find a dirt fanamr or this type in
he State Department. He would Ue to see the
world made better, but not hr buith TVA's on
very river or trying to pt two a Inin every
arage right at the star .echemlatilon. he
ays. would only cause masi unemloymefent
host countries.
Dr. Bennett tells the story 1 Hroace Holnme.
Tennessee and North GWSmpla eonty agent
ho went to India a lew fyl W -1 *WIrO
nmple of what one mamsW4ARu n or no
money, If he has a head. L te o egliMrice and
common sense. -
provinces government t Ul-
iral planning adviser. a
O0-square mile area. in n
an three years he
reduction bg 6' per
action by 200 per
rs and without I
o complicated for
t did it simply t
sing it to better .

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"ut he's farther ahead of himself than Sinclair
Lewis was at roughly the same stage. And he's
hewing to the same sort of attack the acute
perusal of a certain segment of the population.
Schulberg is one of the fortunate writers who
takes his times Reversing the Greeley axiom,
he started West and worked hes way east. He
sits out In an old house in Pennsylvania, sur-
rounded by children, and'worfs. He'ssAot an-
other 20 or 30 books in him, and his period of
gestation is not too limited by economic neces-
I think Budd may be one of the post honest
writers, going. He took on. follywood when his
Pop was a big producer and he stood to louse
himself up permanently for that lush market,
when he wrote "Sammy." He Is no less harsh
with the elty, or empire, On ,"isPbnhan ,d."
afthr having grabbed off a large hunk of movie
money for "The Harder They Pall."
This is a time when a-big best-selnt makes
no author rich, from straight sales alone, and
if Hollywood doesn't buy it there isn't much pro-
tit in heading the Times' list. Budd still has
enough honesty, to be awfully impolite to the
cinema city and the people who make it go.
We have had some mighty encouraging doings
in the writing trade in the last fevmeasons.
Mr. L. B. Guthrie, with "The Way f and
"The Big Sky," retrieved the ht0nal novel
from acute prostitution. Lee 0. Miller put out
a startlingly skillful and honest biography of the
late Emnle Pyle, a man whose latter years were
smothered in saccharine. Robert Lewis Taylor's
"Professor Fodoraki" may well be the. funniest
novel ever written, although it has sold some-
thing like 20 copies and I have bought at least
19. The introspection of childhood has been
abused until It should be a Federal crime to re-
member, but Max Wylie did a nice Job In "Go
Home and Tell YourtMother."
We do not seem to have many Titans around
the Tom Wolfes and Fitageralds and young
Hemingways and Red Lewises .ut we aren't
destitute, by a long shot. At least some of the
lads are spending more time working than whin-

n Washington

He found the natuivs plowing with one spike
on a stick. They barely scratched the surface,
Their furrows were tugw, Icwds apart .and they
plowed the field both wes._ It took forever. nd
th. crops were oftes ut-by heavy su.
iner rains.
Horace Holmes mply s ried up half a own
spikes on the stick, d he set them so that
they plowed deeper. .Then e taught seed selc -
tion. And by the sped-upD ang plowI wth
his half-dozen spikes he atr the crops were
planted before the b3 a e.'
When it came tlme to larvs Horace Holmes
found the natives walking 0t& eanp ao of Gn in-
termln-bly around a res flot. Th was
the way their ancestorm ad threshed for thou-
sands of years.
The American county faet didn't know whe-
ther It would work.'but he 2nught that If he
could rig up a big drum adt pun that around
the threshing floor, It would e&t down the time.
He tried it out and It worked. It cut threshing
time 90 per cent.
DR. BENNETT ha Dpersuadd. Horac Honlmes
to go back to India on a Point FoUir program
worked out with the Iadiaw.-govemnqVpt. He
hopes to teach others what he taught the farm-
ers around Lucknow. If he M t& dd i'tD;oVr a Mig
enough area, he can put to an end the pleas
now being made for American grain to end a
famine In India. And the cost will be far lea*
Dr. Bennett has himself traveled through the
Orient and Africa. e was n agricultural ad-
viser to the Emperor of Ethiopia a few years
ago. He thinkss Ethiopia is a ,great potential
food producing area aor rope the Middle
East. which havefood defl '
Point Four has $S f to spend this year.
It is authorized to at year-
Point Four adm il
half-a-dozen a
technicians operatbg
Projects started by 0 o',

e. --. Thirt Ys-Ar ,., -
applications for
an for

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effort teo aek -a tr .
Sritt one p ornetoilaltoJ~e^'loiter f9
h .too mDany headache a, th.b A om t
by aming ht. 0
.However, it. remanya V c tI t W u th
sats up nights trying not'-to e a t
lig gangster 1i out .blisnket
artiates. Thfy give no f or
.seculato."Sunr .. T ... '
tinate their prog at abUout w M
I have spent a lot oftie e
agent familiar with Chigo'se
turns. Goingback ove the years,
1947, he.o lkeup gre
lig it to "sel-p eu aton Yt It amn
racKeteer with so many ironas in t f.t a
parts 94. the me' Moo
1a I t, -flothethat"asO- p r ue
come- y $ 500 In 1945, 1 was.
IM it w W S
In 1h4, however Fiachetti W i rei
968.25 fro the 229 luub and aothbr
ed to laundryy wagering." The 3iB Qt
Wabash Aveue, Chicago waa a favort ag
and -was where Big Gus nkler of the psrt
Flschetti hbow that he belle In fr the
least one occan in 1942 wh he ant hi
Paul De Lucia Rica, gt cau -n. el
building at 229 Wab,. The gaa- *
building because qf the elevator a'. #om
An income of only $9,89125, it i
small for a gangster who lived as lav shly -
the war boom year of 1945.
Fslachetti's 1942 income, however was even bre
ted a .02 Profit &trom the c lub, a their W
"hanBry waer and toot deducted .roftt ..
i n 1o40 P ett pored a& pro fitof M aM l t
but reported a8*ou of ,1 t
hangout for gam t S
Internal reveppa aphB &
ing on the prth
to the books',t e1. esury has not tat O
men In gambling onos t the e te money
la after buine golden eves ...
Manager the tlhmeat a. '
have Wahera in roo aore e roulette Wheelso
through holes la in the eling aM m eaure M
by the casMhos' own aemplose. ti n u S
cre ase its take by i has not yetbathered
thousands raked In at the clo a ea ino's bu
This i one of the gmlkest -s -ee a0
Unale Sam, at a tips wbM -the ret of te
going to dig deeper into'4 ea tb" ever
oesthettl's police record eho wa reted Al
with Ralph Capone. for qoiei-dfla tostthie
men-Mcaw ggan, Doherty pad Duly-In e
discharged dn a habeas corpus and urMed over to
i tes in connection with a machine gun found in .ap
On Dec. 26, 1928, fichettl' was arrested again for
a concealed weapon, and was held utg Jan. 3; 19.
1, 1932, he was arrested wit# Murray Inpbres ald ,|
sters tor questioning about labor rackets. O Ja.
chetti finally received a. ne-year sentence i.and 4
trying a concealed weapon. O: MSt 23, 94, he was
disorderly conduct; op Oct. 9, 124, he was arrested i ai
investigation by Cook County Tighway police; sad on
1945, he was arrested again for dir.erly condu *
At present, Flachetti to reported in Aeapou H- s_
himself on the beach untH. the Kefauver Crime Oai
interest in him. -
It's quite a life itf you can et away with It. -
(peyright. 191, by The Be SaNdeiate. Be.)

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gas ea el de u4 A*0o de
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tido en Dil4nbre y ItS ding
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LA AMamble = &I aprobK
layer n W eb s a Cona-
titucln ea l Orgatnalsoo6n
Mundtil d la,. Salud, o qual
penrmtA que MOani=o midi-
cos e en Pbuomie-
S lt midloa pa-
namefiok en ta emefrgonela
-. Bn s sel6a de ayer fuerdn
a "- aprobda tmau 6n on.. tero& r
Debate dCosiQ lo deli Jntituto
de Nutricada de CentreameMa
y y l etormps a laI
L oe Oftea- tduoae6tn..
on m 0,o una r
cl6n 4de .$LD. Cang Of, qe
,as ha uk ado ed"oAdo 6g:a
16. nA7l: iomt Is
la w nterldr,. s vo 6 63-
probls p lifinle s cru-
S aron onctoe,. obre, .l conve-
S nieneia de le ar a ondo p-
bre el probla Iqllnaro.
La horse de inaldenclat tormin6
sin qua s hublera podido pro-
nunciar a la Aaamblea sobre
este asunto.
El H.D. Marco A. Roblen prq-
puso que as nombrara unt eo-
masi6n para que se Invetiganr
la operalon de B.25,000,000 que
el BUR ibs a realizar pars la
comprS de caa en el ext-
rior. NI w.D. Ainillategul, him
una extensa exposeloln sobre
la mahera c6mp so habian n--
clado lam operaciones y revel6
que contrato aimilares *e ha-
li, blan efectuado con Cuba y
ill.. Venezuela.
e.- El H.D. 06aar Ouilln solcl-
n tO de vario diputadOM, sabre
e. el bheche da que no soe hubie-
o ran Ulevado atn los nombra-
lentos de las entidade aut6-

Dnoma t a Asamuas ,, El H.D.
Illuees manUetod que podia
Impupaoe ln nulldad doe la a-

BBC -do be madeasdo a

. langno r elaba per
a bstMda el nombramiento is
Cuando debatis eate. sin-
to me rompi el quorum y se
saupendl6 la sw6n.

Hay comerclantes

que encubren

a los ladrpnes

La Jefatura de sla Policia Be-
orata Naclonal Inform6 eats
mafisda a "El PanamA--Amc-
rica", que esta realizmando it..
uildadosa inveoigacl6n para
establecer la respozaabilidad de
una serie d A omerciantes y
peuonasa conocidas, cuyos nem-
brae no fueron dados a Ia pren-
sa y que se dedlean a e'a-j-
brir. los delitos contra Isa pro-
pledad. convirtlnadose en los
mis efectivos cooperadores de
loa ladrones al fomentar ul
caomerlo de objetoc robado y
desarrollar las astividads do
un mercado que Somentsa l per
petrac6n de los delltos eontra
la propiedad.
La Policia Secreta inform.6
que todas las pruebas acumu-
lada" contra esta. personas se-
ran enviadas al Plcak del Cir-
oualto de Turno pra las res-
pectivas instrucetnes de IOs

Camblan horarlo

para revisar en

la Zona los autos

Un horarlo revisado para Ins-
peeclones de veticulos comer-
dales y el despacho de aIs nue-
vas euquetas de Inspeccl6n ve-
hicular de la Zona del Canal pa
ra 'el ao 1951, esti en efecto
ahora en los garages del Motor
Transportation Division de An-
c6n y Critobal.
Zn el garage de Anc6n( la
Inapecciones vehlculares se ha-
cen dead el mediodia baits lam
4 do Ia tarde del os diam entire
smana, o sea, del lanes hatas
e viern. La eUiquets so f1a-
Ar en aquellom vehiculos quo
te gan placa de Panama del
.af 1951, tan pronto quo dl-
cui vohilculas hayan paado
e*ibleulos que hayan previa-
ane ptade Is hnapee6dp
dMe el meldodi hats lag 4
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Las tropam de las Naclones Unit-
daa yolvieron a ocupar a la
manA enluded de Wonju. Pa-
tr ll de lM Naelones Unidas
logrron entraren la cludad, y
paamrn la soch del Jueves eon
ells, por neri ves en 12
.dias. Lo Namstaa pbhinos
dijeron que un ejdrlto comu-
atade 10,O. hombea habia
41dc retirado Corea a Man-
La troam allsdas -s retira-
ron ad Wonju y los siutore
sdysoentes el lunes p do,- ea-
tablaclendo poskdo in aun
Inugar no Identa.flmad al t& a
fin do aflanUar am defass,
avansando nuevamente .yer,
encontrando a la cludad de
Wonu ecompletaente dMolerta.
B embargo, lo circulo al-
itareb dicen que todavia hay
gran cantida de tropes co-
munistas en las montafis que
rodean a Wonju. Un regi mento
camu;stas fuG dGivado en las
moantaf Chuak al sur-este de
Wonju, y un reglnmiento nor-

coreano i6 avtad6 .as
montna \de Ptaegumn AL
Ila cludad.
Mientras tanto, lo al
allfd oontinuams su
contra Isa tropm s tfw
destruyendo complete
pueblo al sr-oestE' de 4
truycndo tambidn un tO
un tanque entire las eo1
de Ansu y aunurl y dg
yendo un camitn cares
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avone de reto-propllo
tac6 un pueblo, dettu
completamente 10 easan y I
slionndo grande dafIom a
Las tropap ailadas eotta
mando precauoloneo contest
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qu era my doloroso h
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tlaicdad nuna delsrao *
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kin ha causado "r an
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cos decian on privedo quea i
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tado contrapropuesta, 10
podria Indicas que eata "
puests la real Or ne v n
claclones. y lam observed
imnportancla que
Ministro a Cancllmer del mu
no-comunita, declaraf
g6ricamente, como Ia blue
En el Instituto Gorgae tuvo Presidente Truman n W
lugar anoche la segunda sam- ington, que debi caltiuar_:
bloe general de la Academia AgresorS" a China ea
Panamefa de Medicina y Ci- I Ministro do Estatde, a
rugia. In eoa fueron elegdMos do Relalones terlor Im
los ilembros de una nueva nth younger, en an di
Junta de goblerno y dos regen- n Sheffield dijo quao "ps j -
tea. La Junta de goblerno que- momque no c as. a 1
d6 Integrada a s: las puertas tod ".
ntr s: prineipi de I Cartsa.
Presidente, Dr. Daniel Odsa- lparinelose Undam qo rtes
Lnii Jr.; vice-presidente, Dra. la ngstion,,s u -r--an,.delm "'-o
idia 0. Boandares: secretarlo l jtir.s a Is agre. in &fnpw -'
general (vitaliclo), doctor Ro- Il fuer, Pero Is Nationes U.
nd A. Chan; tesorero, r.d no od a
Manuel Prelda e. principal es alucoanar I .dis ..
La Junta de Regentd e qued6 put IP er maedosa acift eo
i.nterada por lo doctors Jose eatn depoididas a 1 Ma.romie -
SIantueo, Jaie e de o tra- n raam hay a lsperansa t
Guardia,torio mentuardia, Ma- El comentida a .-n
rn Ralct, Luis Croae Prieto ahecho en el Con inentate uro.-
Y Guillotmon 0. Chapman. raw a pI Pw41. e s r" I

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-----,. ab..for.admo..8u J910.
.CRITIC0art Gor"don -wtls, fue or
Zucreau" (Oticina CIO
n de informes Mill
7 MA amaRNIeaW s A AT d e G in ts defeness do Is
+1me A,110A s4mer ][,,LAS ARTES DEL BILOM 0- o -
so supo que owits ers m
--A O Algulen me ha habld en mer aca o rtdeeac
S1T0 10 PANAMA AM1UIUCA catos sdia del bilong6, b1 ta lnvertd e
S.* ..'a b.UPe IcUOurA FIVAnA apauee pwese. a.i arte misteriosa.sdel d hi -i Airea .del Canal do PanamA
40 S, -e Siua.SA 8 s..W.. C.. .IaCE .USA -.an. magsa nerao, un tanico prl J tlva y, cabs declr, esencialmen- del Canal, ests misma ormSa i Loal -
S UN AUXILIO INDISPENSABLE te lnlones que a ml el cual estaba formado por qontor
UN AUXILIO INDISPENSABLE L decrones e sa M, empleadoe del Canal.
Sme han hecho del bliong6 me 0m-eo
Per iniciativa del H.D. Jorge Illueca la Asam- produce risa e incitan 'a ,Nlalo-omunista reclbid tod Oel sk. e !ad
blea National considerari dentro de poco la im- burl. Peto hay quits cree 0 06 l C. funclonarioa. Al tin, el VI01a. A IJ
....i o aa ei au11 lamentables practicam 5 encarcelars & igente "s |ilh,
''so oncarcelura i4 ef3 a
.' perisea necesidad. que ha) de votar un cr6dito pa- a la verdad no sobra hablar M asusaci6h de Ubelo
ra aliviar en part la angustiosa situaci6n econ6- e11. bliong6, en s o m aprapaor oflia del que parecia f6dc io a ,
mica en que se encuentra el "Retiro de Matias han. asegurado que es anttUa- -o
S Hernindez." Es cosa sabida que las asignaciones no, em poslble que tenga ou Arnulfo Arias M., educado en HSv 4, Ilbe lado Is
to ra.1; en Ias Antilas l ran" id imlodible a loa Comuwnistas. deade@u ;tae iU d!la
fijadas en el presupuesto para el mantenimiento Luego ha Ido difundinde y la Repdbllca de Panami, al or
de esta instituci6n son insuficientes. Nadie puede rha transformadoe een ag r6l. Powder pu Geefdardor I
ei o ldrdfuers de )y aLIPartido Coxa
explicarse ficilmente c6mo ha sido possible tender ias Amiris. aci6n vallosa c do su Pollum
a los mas apremiantes requerimientos de los pa- dParece q c ofrecenia mie Dios Poveda. alan l dl
diver itb".del u tu' urs oruiniuc6n Comunista. e isCu16
cientes con la suma tan exigua que el Estado ha No he qwerido conocerlas- at *tL a subversiva por el Departaiento ta de
puesto a su disposicion en los 6ltimos afios. todas sus msanifestaciones, perO 1 i dos. o-
A la verdad, es vergonzoso, es inhumane, que re, do. algunast de e lo. a de Panam ha los grador pcar a trad dot Gue arra-
me siga manteniendo el Retiro de Matias Hernan- Cabe el bUlong6 dedicado a srhti st.erodosenbt n ervdorfec omlpsel u on-
dez en las condiciones en que se encuentra desde d am au t e quese mere an eliflafi a rV l
hace unos ocho o diez afos. Muchoes pacientes de 6d se hace etectivo con u aM t arsM ealculado. Ellos han expresado ptblteal9 1 U p". a la Viaw oFerras
caridad estin practicamente desnudos o 'cobijados S can tal c d Cnldo a enor- donl suo- stes pene I
s6lo con harapos. No hay ropa de cama. Mejor di- pimlenta aquel lugar por dei- .V d43que comenzaron las hoatldadei 1f .
cho, no hay camas para un buen nmmero de elks. de ha de paarn Ia person ona oan qu el
Ia que sointents perjude. oflonalesamilitanes opinan quoqus nU0T
Salta a la vista la falta de alimentaci6n y de me- Hay practlcas contra el bi- cu %s t acado deGde afuera. y que el D
dicinas. Hay notoria promiscuidad en el alojamien- ,lon ra parssacbar eon vaI- a el a imbotae bl. er 1 ate, MnLno h de1I8
'to de personas de distintos sexos y edades. Se ca- riadhfsmaa. Deade ir a una plt- din p tanto.tropsa comoe aviones podri Ws._m puro
rece dp medics para mantener con la debida sepa.- ya determinada hora delG dis .ll. otre puntos del norte... DESl*t.m.cla-"
y arrjar tantos o cuantoa pu- riv I W e encontraban exactame-te _t -tliaf- uera s
raci6n a los que sufren de enfermedades contagio- naditte de .arena por enclm tdeA ut t tracao doe apreclacl6n de la o.Iore.y
El sas. n t -de cada hombro, huast re on- I0a 'aw 1 a eondo la iltuacidn tnterna I rgan
El" n r ru. l de empi aos parsder ton oraclones misterloaaa a a id mlttwa calificaclones muy bajas. ,
El numero reducidisimo de empleados par as otras que trajeron la maa n etl-
atender a las exigencias del servicio complica la suerte. li crma- i,.rntdetla.taon nam s
situaci6n. Los pocos empleados que hay tienen una po ilntmdo o del murclilago do Sobra1 ase do defense Irymedo Gel do
misera remuneraci6n que no esti en relaci6n ctot a luiedObo, e qeue me produce eterritoronde R.en
las funciones especiales que prestan. Hay notable Se dan otras pricticas del bi- ., ls qu ao ue. Adminisd lo
contrast a este respect con lo que ocurre en otros long destinadas a unir o des-, e p o --o -- ,-.
departamentos del Estado en donde hay empleados gunr mambada autoridades Pnamesfu banna oIm
superfluous, a veces con dotaciones relativamente al- mis complica brebajer. mu t* edidr adrt uaoas s u so-
Abundan IOespecialistas del ci emloe ados Unidecuas G.'"
to eletra de-OfaIdEstudoesUnldos ...
#,85. bliong6 del retrat Toman is- Gwsib;;. Los Japonexes tomason F I CAorpress. r s A
El Retiro ha podido mantenerse en los ilti- ltos el retrato de aUna dama o F- CA
mos afios por la noble devoci6n y el alto espiritu de un caballero: lo rodean de gl Canal de Panama es much mim.pmis t f t aotretol
velitas, e clavln unoa cuanto' quola 'via vital del MedierrAfneo pars el im ._ Apartado 2140
de responsabilidad de algunos de sus empleados. hlflleres, afaden un corazon- epta Mr o destrucclon de lass esclusa tendri s o MM ONRADtrati-
Ocasionalmente ha recibido la ayuda generosa de dceTr con sus correspon- gto dIvedir nue t en o, auasa up tr
un grupo de sefioras que se han dedicado a colectar un definitive bllong6. estamoa nvitando otro Pearl H.arbor, cop mu M,, -
fondos para hacer menos dura o menos cruel la ionse6 trexien atmosfera d atrb.l a al Panam na ucon .
suerte de los paciefTtes del Retiro. dos, alumbra4io singular, esto Americana el e el centro estra igico e adW a Justr-
Se trata, pues, de una situaci6n que no debe teatro, con obito de im- uterreustet del dener Wihin p- traldora l. iouln
presionar a& incauto y poderle DBeedict Arnold, solo logr6.r.ttrarlom pianos do las fortlfloacloncs
ni puede continuar. Sin duds ailguna no pocos di- sacnar unos cuanton balbpiltas de West Point. Nosotros estamos invitando un desastr em Ia Zona
putados dedicarin un moment siquiera para lie- sin protest. del Canal, porque no tonems el sentido comm do montar par-
Cdmo batallar contra el bi-dies sufIcientes.
var a cabo tma inspecci6n ocular, a fin de conven- longod? l rma mas uti es la ndo IVAn league cabaigmdo l Canal de Panam*- on-
cerse de la necesidad urgent que hay de que se cu tuta. GanlibItan -a
Pero' sB edfida e en beatan-
;pruebe cuanto antes el proyecto de ley presenta- tes ocaslones rm a. ll "
do por el Diputado Illueca, per medi, del cual se Porque gene que debia ser r
concede un auxilio al Retiro de Matias Hernindez. cultdae en las prncticg xis sabitIo
Se trata de una obligaci6n ineludible. Es,una, cues- qulen.in creer en ia efiacia mate .* ..
I ti6n elemental de solidaridad humana. atemoria a, pensran aen malta. inlos Y a
voluntad que supone en Asta a cretos queo Y tradsorma ean fa
aquella persona el ejerciclo de destinos de Unoa urn d entrade, yno m dnero cont sa.
COMPAI IA INTERNACIONAL ble.a s inofensvay lamenta- g pn lose te, Ahors blen, a mayor d
DE SGROr S.A c mejor proteecin dGe estas principioa,414-.*-As Iw *" o em r
DE SEGC ROS, S.A. as 4" ap** Im ^ ^ ^asiia ^---d-lo--
imb~ciles misterioeas sectas nas, qutifn mo i o* hiblatbls pr uclntes y do Ion er4P
reside en log proplos elemen- de Rasputan m, a e ombru- yentes no uelen ser intere -,
So avisa a los accionistas de isa Compafia, que el tos que al desarrollo de sus jada a la lt i dS tI dos. La astm6afea qua los ro-
sesiones acude. Ellos acultan zares? Fla t1 a101d Rasputin edo 'no em idocuada pars eae
Viernes 19 del present, a las 4 p.m., tendri lugar on us creenciaso sum lospechas no era ms quo a puacmtante alcance do Ia fiarms. oe quedan
el local do la Compafiia, situado en la Avenida Central de creenclas y se convierten en del arte mtteerloa0 bel on- b en ereralcdn de I monte, n .
protectore de 05?; del deavio cerebral.
No. 20, la JUNTA GENERAL ordinaria de accionistas, protecton uld losa "acuerdotes" 6 Cada m te u correa- ..i
del blionguisno, si cupiera I Cads medi 06114- Au Lcores-
con el objeto de presentar la Memoria y Balance co- palabreja. pondlente bil 6 ionsg6 dice
rrespondiente al a>o de 1950, y nombrar 3 Directores, La maga siempre ha constl- supert6n, bur
tuido obseil6n do los hdmanos. en las fuerIe, ocida dO
cuyo period terminal. Desde los tiempos m a primi- Ia naturaleSa Li Masueo par
tivos han existido magos, -e. las diarla difeattl .
Panamfi, 12 de Enero de 1951. reI -a los que los dem s han A la ignornlr41 hite-,.
considerado poseedores de se- rismo ome acogIe It Iong.
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viaje deamniado "TARJETA DE TURISMO", que Ciaprame .eatee a n
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Wnt un ataque, event -e. aflue; John, hermanu
eontrT Europa Occidentl do Alienr- de 7 aflos y
apesurara eate ataque lin, de 5 aftos.
e urop a t et a s u I aSUtorldasde m6dicas In-
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te .r . .. Ioe hermanitos se encuen-
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Uno de lo.,pengamiento.mi |c6P doe Allen, de 7 anos
comunesm ea que Rula l uad quen t en la 'l .
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EUropa Occidental a armm lo medicos dicen que
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SUnkidad Santarla
CHRPO, enero 17. (Corres-
ponsal). A pesar de las In-
numerables dificultades con qur
lI grupo de esforvados lucha-
fores porque en Chepo exist
a Unldad Sanitaria, estan dan-
oe a tsa. ase puede decir, con
kran satisfaccl6n para ellos los
ti- ltnios toques y lo que hace
algun tiempo se creyb una uto-
Vlia. dentro de breve serA una
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Yvicio de la humanidad, pues
muy pronto el edifidlo serA en-
tregado al Goblerno en ceLe-
anonial de estilo.


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Planta graminea, PI.
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41-Rio de Siberia.
431.-Repeticlon de sonido.
S -.-Buelo de tablas sueltas.
4 -Ciudad Universitarlar Inic.
4 -Tres, en nfimeros romanos.
U46--Caso de pronombre.
4 --Alirnlacion.
iE-Hacen nudos.
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W 51-Del verbo rezar.
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5--Dibujo de las vigas.
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San SebastiAn
OCI, enero 18. (Corre
sali. Hoy comenz6 a deo
Ilarse el esplindido prog
que en honor a San Seba
ae celebrara desde este dia
ta el veintitres de los cor
tes. Ya han comenzado a
gar numerosos visitantes. I
plendor que revestirin
fiestas permitiru a todos
frutar de muchas divers
en el sano amblente de
pintoresca region. El hech
caer los principles dia
estas fiestas en fin de s
na. permitirA a todos los
gos de Ocu, asistir a eati
calldad donde podran &
cimrse las legitimas costur
tipicas que puedan servn
ejemp!o para muchos que
su desconocimiento las all
perjudicando sin darse cu
el legitimo folklore nation


11--Obra literaria.
12-poner suave como la
20-Del verbo asar.
21-Tortas de harina de yi
22-Del verbo salir.
24-Personaje biblico inches
25-Un poco.
2P.-Letras de can.
29--Oxido de calcio.
32-Palmas de adorno.
33-RelaUvo a las vacas.
34-Demostrat Ivo.
36-Tratamiento espahfol.
38-Combinaclon de silicio
40-Rio de Rusia.
43-Emitir su voz los pol
44-Del verbo penar.
45-Bastante, harto.
48-Igual ai 24 horizontal.
51-Union Liberal, Inic.

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ali ua y dlobC e eha la dopts-i L e74 de 1934. I era l asbe iAne d io present e i nlo ce .odrin t.el.Panl a u de u ns isp.deam en le i

*n a o m I l n e fi a ua d e da ifr chivest el t o, c t o d o Ierin|s d r oebr eam cs Iprj oulr so. 6 I S- ts la ya aa sen8aal do qae & y on
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d tlin e r a li sditnietos. Ge Na-der Archiveae el p ryeto des- huts&e rec a an cle ittldg
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;tia s ,poblin yn6 geoogaf Is del dorL guess a l..le ioCalco-a ae uasi aid: d o Ie ia asbe- sa4s Goa tarde ven a,4Cun-Iur .,tounstaueW+ mls- A~% --
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LOtit o alenon d a nun ,r a a- 4 o. 7no eln uI 1 del..ra9oh t 9yndlndo ;ri a S. t0-:u. .
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y' Ge los dii4s Sl 0gebro y, Piar cors- ltat errrde c I -AlinestM g,*-stivo-- su nais i" nzetn tv slm C_-
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silt cudil ha Ge sew Is nuovadb le r e s ao2 d o oruo
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bajo hban amcolado en tn pla
para dar edudarl6n univernitt-
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otoMgan becas on las Unlver-
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nuevo auerdo firmado 'par los
contralstaa de obras de elec-
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eB eoidderton por la unio6
romo el esfuerzo mi grande
quo & # aya hecho para famen-
tar Ila omprensiln entire los
trabajadores y loa patrons.
Grayt L. Kirk, vicepresideate
yen ftafo de la Unlyersilda.
duo quo .prorma.. e "un
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ENDN: Pentilens fines as
Srdinma e .4.75. antes B8..50
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rid Apevocits *el rebel&
rn do recibir cemento blanco .
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VENDEN:-Mesos de d.bular con
u taburete. Cia Martinz, Ave.
4, orte 83.

DI ANTON.-Ofrecimosle chalets
y lotes a precious convenient.
Wolff v yCi., Calle So.. No. 22.
Tei 2-2388.
VENDO: En Calle 7-Via BolimlU e
Pers coso de concrete. de doi
recimarcs. solo, comedor, cocina.
porch y mervicio; TTene hipoteco do
B.7.710.00. Intemad6nm: Tet6fee
SE VENDE:-1,500 metros 'errfeno;
Carrasquillo, costado Escuel; Puer-
to Rico. Oimos ofertas de contodo.
Avenida B. 73.
VENDO. Preeto rozonobli, pilue
cosi nuve marcoa ALDWINM.
Ccllo Ram6n Vold6d No. It opor-
tcmento 2. segundo piso, trents a
la Farmacia de GonzAlez Ryillio.

iVENOE IGuillotins, mras i--S 0 SE --C
SEVENQE. Guillotinas, lhmparas ISE VENDE 0 SE ALQUILA:-Cawa 6

Arco-Voltaico. rmquinas escribir. cuartas, late rande en Pueblo
Qupo nuevo. Teltono 2-2743. Nuevo, entire carreteras. Infor-
rr--on 9.12 2-4. Tel. 2-0378.
'" SEVENDEN; bombs pala Cgua;m
S %ince pora G M C Winche la- 'SE VENDEN:-Lotes en Ia Avenida
Jaformas; Cepillodra de madera de Ernesta P. Lefevre, a precics re-
S.0"; Lovadora Flectrica. Vea Gon- boados, para informs entl6ndase
So1o. A.venida Central 275. en lo oficins Baquerazo. Tel. 3-
o. -en ----erl25 -- 0699.
'.N una sol vez,. ofrecemos limitada,
S;)antldad de pinturo de aceite color SE VINDIN: -
.-eceituno. de excelente colidad, B. Lotes baratos en El Congreioa o cual-
S;.75 golon. GUARDIA & CIA. S. qUier otro luger que Ud. desse.
S" Avenido Justo Aro.emeno y Co- Chalets de 2 a 4 rechmaras on la
le 29 Este. Exposici6n v Bella Vista.
'-.- Remtre Miri. 2-1215
; S VENDE:--Cal de 56 libras el so-
lo. Cia. Dulcid.o GonzAlez. Fhbr-. SE VENDE:-Abarrotea Refresquerla.
E... bt de Moso cos Corneceria, calle 20 Este 3. In-
*.^-ENDE: --- Motvo ;je, eup f6rmese alll. Tel. 2-2845.
ompleto para gallinero modcrno. VENDO: Chalet de c:ncreto, cosi
odo n m tod de precio Telfaono nuevo v reciln pintado an No. I,
(' ":-0441 caHe 14. Via Bellserie Pidres.
S--Acepte permutea bre Um lte de
,.:.E VENC Adquiesa sus S quotes terrene, lo miame quo i meIud hi- -
do la Rita dle Los Leones Dpo Sis- poteco. Tiene Hipoteca con el Ban-
I temat de Club en La Case del Pan- co Nocianal de IB.7.950.001. In-
talon. Sl no se lo gono pagondo 8 formac,6n: TelMfono 2-2944.
1' 1.00 semonol durante Doce Semae.
aos tombidn se le entrego su ti- SE VENDE:--Lasa de dOe pisos, plan-
_, eJte ta bala, de cemento v alto de ma-
VENDEN:-PASAJES de la PAN dera con terreno de 1.000 M2 bue-
RI nos condiciones, precio razonable. S
MERICAN AIRWAYS y ofrece- en Via Beliscari o Porros. S n Fron-
'.: m ervco GRATUITOt ovudAn ide I Coleta No 151. Pera
JiUVI A...UlTS avudw.. n-.-

-IU1 a o lener visas, pemlscis Wr
'.ida. etc Ocurra a tas oficinoIs de
..COPA. Ave Peru 25 o Ilme e,
.009") a 3-0801 Amplio lugar
e' estacionamlento
SVtNDEN:-A puecie do quema.
':.Seueus 900 x 16. snueae. y de 10
sI Contided limitade. Resens-
itructre Necional. Panemi. Aveni-
e Pe I No. 7. ttl6Tone 2-0406.

eniormes ocudo la mismo case
plant bola.
-es la hermosa v fino residences
de 3 recimaros, 2 babos, sola. co-
medor, terraza con mosaicos de
120 M2 de extension. porch, coc-
no. pantry. deLpensao elegant bar.
cuarlo de lavanderia. cuarto de em-
pleada con bano. porte cochire y
garage; todo esto sobre late de es-

nE ccEA auna de 1.360 M2 convertido en
SE DESEA lindo jardin. Su precio es realmen-
Steo halagador v se ofrecen facilido-
Espanolo de'ea colococion n des de pago. Hay que ver el so-
,-a a de familea respectable. para biesaliente acabodo de esta elegaon-
I'.'tcnamr. Inf6rmese colle la. Pere- to resdencia Wolff v Cia., Calle
SNINo 10 Apto 3 a, No 22. Tel. 2-2388

,..% Articulos de Caa locale
|I;':VENOE-Mct'a ,.ale. solo co- ISE ALOUILAN' -Locales c6ntricos
SK ..or. sofas. Ca''e I. Perel No. coandc.conodos especiolmente pa-
" t Apartomento 1I, despuis 5 p m ro oficinas. almacenes deposilo
t.VIENOE: Mesa de bambr.cuo- Ave Norte No. 61. Tel. 2-0364
lret*'35 .' ^v35 i m"uyborate. b ALQUILAN -Exciusivomente pa.
S venido Manuel Ycozo No. 18. ro afLinos locales cenlricos eon los
i rban.acion Compo Alegre. aillos d Avenido Centrol 44 o
SiVEiNDE -E.tufa de gas 4 quema- precios m6dicos Scliciten tinfor
I Dres c:n homo. B 20 00 Otra con mnc.6n en Almacenes 5 v 10 cen-
g quemarores, B.15.00 Cola de tavos
,elo B 15 00 Federaco Boyd No SE ALQUILA:-Local commercial en Ia
Te.etcnc 3-1516 Avenido B No. 85. propio para
: VENDE :-Loavdoro Easy. radio. mayoristo Ricordo A. Mr6 S. A
ueb'es. articulos de case. Buenas Tel. 2-3436.
eondicione' Mtivo de a,o,e Ave SE ALQUILA-Colle 5to No. 36, v
[cuador No 19. Apto II. altos Calle Domingo Espinar "Lo Cuchi-
del. 3-1266 Ila" locales espaciosos propios po-
i. i VENDE -Gonga. mct.,o ,0ale. 'o almocin. toiler. dep6s-to, etc. El
fivadora "Bend,' 60 cclos. co- primer 8.4000 y el segundo B.
Pno nuevo B 199.00 Casa 2169- 90.00 Diregurse 163 Avenida Cen-
S Clite 8a. Curundu TelefonQc trol. Tel6fonos 2-2638 v 2-0948
83-4270 ;E ALOUILA.-Mgnnnilco local oara

SE VENDE -Lind, oallombra verde.
Casi nueva 12 x 12. recen traoda
.de Estadoi Unidos Colle 41 No.
S I1-B Tel. 3-2997
SE; VENDE Mobilaoro completO.
* juego de :mrnedor Philrppine Roat-
" tan. 2 slia's grande v 2 chicas.
: ine-a para cafe. 2 rne.a. pcquenoas
v. redondos. .anon escritOro miaui-
no di co.cr. 2 epeias grades.
limParas. re;r.gelioc.ra. rriquina de
lovar. 'ino.l: ola"nta- cn poles.
banca dc tri.boai ceirr;d..r de ace-
rce herrorr. er.la~. v .i rc i.. buto-
S cs. cona, rcjar1ern1e-.r ter c.mo-
d. t. meco: toco-ricc.: poles dc
go:l halos l e tbl.che molac para
S 'vwaffle". Olancl.o Doia tc,'or,
acu-or,0 crLccro cnbn' 36 Pes.
C'at'i 59 Fra".e Field Llome 3"7-

*uilresat penturais centienen contra
Tel. ,.I.tBIS.
*. BROUWER-P.ntor de co'as. con-
tratisto. conseios tecnicob goran-
Sti DO' .an ano. presupuestos gratis
Tael. 2-1276
d Canal de Pona quiiero I se.
."mprar yoe sea lgquiar, ,'r .n pea
lhdo de o17 seaonans. apromcde-.
yu Ite, uno C doa raspad:re. dc lie-
t ("Carryalls". de 4 ruedo' car
DI neumticas. que turcionen por
d no mrenos de 12 vardas cu-
-do e Clcidad o nN.,el. .eme-
Sl Modelo LP de un .olo cuba.
1i". daILe Tourneau. adap-
6ra M r usados con el tractor
I0-8. Los rospodoeis Dr:'drhn
o uaodcs. E'thn t,.ics los
,lee Mle la Sal0citud No 382.
sie a este requisi,.- ooro los
lquse hse n de obr.r el 23
de 1951. en la ofic.na del
de lnocenes, Bal-

oficina divisions modernaos. aire
oeondcionodo, completomente a-
mueblodo. Apropiado para compa-
as constructors, mdicos. abaga-
dos a cuolquier professional o agen-
le. Inf6rmese Tel. 3-0386 u ocu-
rrir a Via Espafa I. aportanenao 4

Los aliados
alladoR. Tenemos que decidir
entire las vidas de Los comunis-
Las o !as vidas nuestras. dijo.
TOKIO. Enero 19 'UP) --
Fuentes de informacidn de la
china nacibnallsta dicen que los
chinos comunistas han retirado
el terccer ejercito.-l coopuesto
por mis de clen mil homrnres ave-
zados en la luena.-- de Corea.
Se dice amilmnio, que la retl-
rada se debe a una reorganiza-
cl6n debtdo a las pirdidas su-
fridas ultimamente. De ser vs-
to clerto, dejaria al cuarto ejer-
cito en Corea. miLs el ejercio
nor-coreano, qon un total de
250 mil hornets, para hacerle
frente a la.s ropas americanas
en Corea. -
Asi mismo dicen los infor-
mantes que Rusir ha. movlli-
zado sietc divlslones en Ching,
compuestas por mas de 100 mil
hombres, pare protejer el terrl-
torio de la China comunlsts
contra una poible lnvasl6n de
las tropas nacionalstam. Be cree
qu estas dlvislfones cuentan
con tropas paracaldlstas.
PFar u parts. el serviclo de
intellgencla de los nEtadoa Unl-
dos en Tokio se mostraron muy
interesados en los Informes na-
claonalitas, pero no confir-
maron ul negaroD las notleia.
La anunculda reUrada del
ejtrclto Chino de Corea, puede
ser un reflejo de lo salguientas
eisodlos de la guerra en Co-
rea: 1. Lam fuerzas alladas que-
maron pueblos enttroa en lai
In atus Sobaehk en. la zons

GANGA! 'Studebaker 41. 4 puertsa
muy buenas condiciones. B.285.00 ;
Calle 9a. San Francisco No. 36.
SE VENDE---Un pick-up 3-4 tonela
da. Chevrolet. buenos condiclne, .
8.400. Cio. DulcidioGonzilez. F-
brica de Mosa:oq. Avpn;da Cuba
No. 8.
SE'VENDE'-Comioneta Pontiac. pa.
sajiro, particular. en perfectas con-
diciones. Tel6fono 3-3341 o 5-
3069, Panami.
GANGAl Buslto en muy buenas con- S.
diclones, Facicldodes de pago. Ave.
Peru 58, altoi.

SE VENDE:--GANGAI Chevrolet 48
convertible, en perfect estado. rat
bataontes accesoros, v6alb pora 1W
convenclmiento. Para informal
Home a yea a Frank Alem4n. Smoot
y Psiedes.

SE NECESITA-Empleada paro oficioe
dOmesticos que duermo en el eran-
plea. Ocurro a Calle 29 Este. Caso
Elida No. 23. Aportamento 25.
SE NECESITA:-Empleodo Dora ofl-
dios domdslhcos-y que sepa cod-
nor. que duerma en el empleo.
Ave. Manuel M. Ycaza No II, at-
tos,. Compo Alegre.
SE NECESITA--Carguera con expe-
rencia y recomendaci6n Acuap
Calle 50 No. 54. frente al Baturro.
SE NECESITA:-Carguera con expe-
riencia. Debe tender recomendaci6n.
Ave. Peru 58, altos.
SE NECESITA.-Cocnera que seph
cocinor y sirviento competeite pa-
ro limpreza. traigo referericas, ca-
IHe 38 No. 35.
SE NECESITA -Empleado pare cu,-
dar Baby. huen sueldo, Cofi Sitton,
Colle Co'6n.
SE NECESITA -Una coc.nera quea
sepo cocinar. Colle 48 No. 33.
Cr. l"r I-TA c---l---- --* I

ISE NEC lI C i r -- Ermpeadauu puaru
servicio de case. Avenida Manuel
Ycozo No. 18, Urbanizac.6n Cam-
po Alegie.
SE NECESITA-Cocinero que otienda
la casa. Ocurro viernes 4-00 p. m.
Embalada Amerncona. Calle 37
Este final.
SE NECESITA-Nitiera can experien-
cia que sea una persona responsa-
ble Muy buen sueldo. Colle 47 Es-
te No. 17. altos.
SE NECESITA -Cocinera que sepo
cocmnar V sirvienta competent pa-
ra limpieza, traoga referencias, ca-
ll 38 No 35.
SE NECESITA:-Una empleada pa-
ra oficias domhsilcos. Calle 13
Oesle No. 45.
SE NECESITA-Emoleada para of.-

cia general de caso. Debe dormir
eo caso de los potrones. Belli
Visto. calle 48 No 18. Tilifono

SE ALQUILA:--Chalet independien-
te. porada de outobus, cuatro re-
cimoaras, tres boAos, porch. gara-
ge. San Fonc,sco. Ave. Se. No.
10. Informes 2-2346.
SE ALQUILA:--Ca.a. completarrente
amueblado. dos rechmaros. par 3
meses.. desde I de Febrero. Calle
48 No. 15. Tel 3-3443.

central de Corea. a fin de obll-
gar a los communists a salir de
sus madrlgueras. cuando Be su-
po que las tropas communists
babian logrado desllzarse a tra-
vis de las lineam aliadas, en
apoyo de la ofenslva comnuslta
destinada contra Taeq., in la
playa de Pusan. 2. Tropas alia-
das sin Identiflear lograron
avanzar a posiciones a 12 mills
al sur-este de Kangnung y a 12
mills del Paralelo 38.- mis uil
note que ningutas tropes del
pctavo ejdrcito en Corea. El
advance fue heche sin contra-
tiempos ni resistendla. 3. Un
peloton comunistas penetr6 en
Ansong a 38 mills al Bur de
Seul. sostenlendo un esearta-
muza con tropas alladfa. sin
consecuenclas. 4. La armada
Sur-Coreana inform que habia
recapturado Ullvul 35 'mlllas
dentro de territorlo comunista
en Corea del Norte. a 19 mills
de Chinanpo, .ue s el puerto
pare Pyonpyan. la capital .J-
munista. El objetlvo doe tstan
operaclones detras de laa li-
neas enemigas no ha sAldo pu-
Las fuentes de tnforisactin
racionalista en Tokio drlero.
que los comunlstai Chinos Mi-
bian retirado el Tercer BIEr-
cito al mando del General Cien
Yis, a fin de qu se e rpeueratan
en Manchuria de lam derrotas
que sufrieron de o anom de la
la. Dlvlsl6n de Mariatoa de ca
Eatados Unidoe y de otras fuer
zas aliadas en el noreste de
Corea en Diciembre.
Mien Lras tanto. It laerca ae-
rea aliada lanz6 mba lde 0 a-
taques con avioneg de coma.P.te
contra lom comunttao en C',a-
rea. mientrae qua IA muper-
fortalezaa con baiae. ji Okra-
wa bombardearon a, PyongYang
a travd de na eootna de noile-
bla. Loa avlonnes de .obte
concentrarow mem ataUbq en
un Sector &a in.a dSe 8elo
Loa avione s de rcnuate reeible
ron 6ordowen. sde r "dtr o cu-
sar raeng dafti a lsdm- DA
cas a y editsM" al br"
ran tropm. = oquo :,,-
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nty u chico.fl-
.. 3-0140.

Aid partanmento
Storage V. tre d-o,
STel nu4vo Ed ficd
--le y uno chaco.

-.'U~i- o portamento

mi letm. Tel.- 2-2473 de
1-2 p. a 4 1-2 p. m ,

SE ALQ .". ARartamento pars
pequmi..aonwia,. Via Espaiia 2015.
infor.n. tlfetMo J-1960.
SE A i ro r6d.co. depar
tamentta .,cFlo, cocina, servi-
cl. CAd tercera No. 3. Infomes
Avenide primer 25, Son Francisco
de to aloeta.

PERDItA i lloanta 750 x 20.
mpg.. Thorbred Dayton Rayon en
ring .de Cati6n Chevrolet. perdida
entire lejlo y Cepira. Pertenece a
Aristide Oucroux, Santa Maria.
BuenW recdaoansq. '

APRENDA a' nejl con expert
oa cane -.Ltamw e 3-2955. Ponami.
Y PRIUARIMU 1 usted sobe leer
y escribir puede estudiar en su
propi cowM cuolquier profes(in:
Construcciones, Ingenieria, Comer-
cio. Ingles, efc. ESCUILAS INTER-
NACIONALIU. Tel. 2-2532, Apdo.
93, Peualt.

SE NECESITA:-Una mAquina regis-
tradora en buenas condiciones. Di-
rilose. "Laeon Nahmad y Co., Ave-
nida Central No. 52.


SE ALQUILA: Cuarto amoblado,
entroda independent, b a A o
anexo para caballero o dima sola.
Perejl Cosc 14 Apto. 9.
SE ALQUILA:-Un cuatto tn calle
7o. Na. t9. flmrno piso.


SE ALQUILA:-Cuurtos frescoi amo-
blados y otro sin rhmuble con co-
cino. Lloame tel6fono 2-2905.
SE ALQUILA:--Cuarto con bolc6n a
la calls, en calle 4a. No. 9. Al-
tos (Precio m6dicol.
SE ALQUILA: tReeomora grande.
Bien amueblada, cocins, -lux .y gas
a matrimonio Sin nirAt. C4lt. 45
No. 19.
SE ALQUILA: Cuarto can bafo\v
servicio lndependiente peara uh
persona Colle 33 ste No. 15..
SE ALQUILAN:-Cuortas amuebla-
dos completamente independnietes
a persona solo..Coalt 45 No, 19.
SE ALQUILA:-Cuerie para hambri
solhero de buenos costumbres. en
calle 46 No. 2, con teli6ono, 3-
2755, en PonamA. '
SE ALQUILA:--Curto con mubles
pare ino persona. B.25.00 men-
suales Avenida Ernesto Lefevre.
cosa 32. bus ozul.
SE ALQUILA. Cuorto con a siin
muebles, uno a dos caballeros,
buenas costumbres. Avenida Nor-
te No 52. Tel. 2-2109.

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ra PoUida, rcom ruapontble de clons ,jo Ola-dln w
pronade dondiragbantrdebi par d sfa.oa,-aa-nouata SOu e, ..W

aiuna de Ites ,lnfracclones. Jebb. Ao qp qo om utan per- Paor lau raonea
olo tendra de:icho a la ex- denda is, epenusas de ulega esta comla6n eonndera
carcelacl6n bajo lnlza at no ea a ,ur o@idu pacifle, el aitlo adutdo a
reincidente y at contra ella no pro de "la 10ea para Ir
curea otra fcei6si penal per la cp e t a.d podt.r Cao l t a- "Y
via judicial o snistrativa. acostpbare a Idea de to- ** aalver,
ARTICULO CUARTO:-Para mar uaa ed e- a no
Ja apliaol6n" de laa pcoa. e- yarlasoa tWr a*Tctra u C a e r %
cablecida en la present ley se nacidn de G00 il.lone de ho- e la t
seguiri el procedhml tto breve bitantes. -aegrdoM en el prticulo
indlcado an el Captulo I del Ti Milentras nto. en leas Mac- i. Contitualdn Nolsal y
talo V y en el Titulo VI, i..bro ne -nSan-K Il. esmoa, el Dewrte lay Wr. U-
III del O6digo Adrn t4ativo, portavas anun"- queo 0 naole- S t I Junta de o c
rn relaei6 en Jlos decreteo re-n, .laiii--lkuum a 1l a L
gIambntarim Ylputes I.bre Po- en fav6d^ol '
Cl correcclonal.y deportci6n B.tied l dede eclarair *' blser tia uoo ] e S
Shsralo dio'd matr toa gsdo mors"' la China eonta. "r Panam" y a
0 WO : ta dabln fue tonad0 d- cho hotelpar OAloM 4
AR d ta ro do do nearlo y era
utLaqaude ro ua tar l"e sostuveron ta m- n et

;ta n pl a as pa corn S r lo in Oa a 3
f; detdenar Ia ddstruaciW tCM hUos. Wa todja laf plantacleronles a.de a iia N tob 4 staree a i
iae y SUsiaucadneAo, td aMotm soon-4d rs.eM.
t plantain, y para degmiJar k n )iy 0a,.

tire en poder de person l u ol MiVIa. el Afal rA- de "a Pqaq eo to'dio o -le
usan, transportan o traftOan j-MI"P1yd*t dlr noesido U ej.., rtas'hI
eeoeAiderartn lOU' f. .tZ jew ned Eremm
A1TICULO 8BSTO-B,- ied adttse miento Voca0 d 1W .pJS 1
modlficados en eta forms los 101 trabaJadorea, el ..pUsO7 c :. S,'
artieuios 194 y 135 del odiLeo e0hd, la proteccin do'a. Quo U-ta J!.S Q-
Stultarlo aprobado po d ..nuales, eli reclutamiento o
Sdeo 1947. te trabaJadore- del campo y ia
ARTICULO 8PTIMO:- ]ata laa minaa y Ia soeu ltr. "
ley entrara a rogr dude au clal. Zn esta cponf t-
promulgaci -n. ., B r a e 1, Ecuador, Guatemala. *- "-
Sobre la deafema -e 10 DmnC Pe@76q u
dos. cohetes o sleonce doe an. Srtaeo Ma r"ta t nil ata
trel remote contra lam i-eluf a, )lage' pronto deib do q- n,
pa q.ue no bay .navIc.ag pardi -art la co1nfere a, M ist n hl n mo ;4. 9 '4 .
qua algai elcn 1ree O n o.Int die.lan d _yeoFtW, e I -a W-
medios de combatar lea seu ab-n oIai.aeJ dm;lde Co
mainas. En ofeoto, actcs- favorable ,a-r i ana on.e r-Prlne-
ment el cCanal esta ohd ina teaa fbato'eoI aiq
fiots". yr condteto del Ministro de laW
aI articulo continta. dteln- Haelenda y TeJoo 'deior Al menu tvls w t S
floors, motor Al tastir 1 par]aiin 49( ltn .
.d:o- "No hay lastalacloues de clbiades ATrO"d et7 d llld p tS Tj vaijariflel q eo e
radar que delaten a lo Inva- Cala de BSeguro recall t con- ade a.Pquo
sores que deoeen detroir hi ducto del Profegt Or'hst1ba i-_.
-plantia elctlasO 4dl Cenals AdAr de Unipla.
s Colomunicacloae I ups oilu- s. Panama, onet a de a 1' S
san. No hay bsl U de avanuada Eata CotMOdn -hi etdoadne fl
que anenen i tla rms o ue I- propuesta 'd itl" inter- -
lancen aviones de combat. So- americanad. .~A, tao; ets;ta- .Au .colet, s,-
lasente. cuando l.o laaer- blucer m el hotel" Panama'" eho. 31 espaes
basyan desembtteado, ae.,cuan- i oasn ao modermo etono o9 anou
do nuestras trophy. --urat reg0- et 'Intitcln .f.
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12:30 M uses do saisn
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1:00 Canalonero
1: 18Carrots
1:30 Cantsres do Waoni
f:00 Ritmo populS- doe hoy
3:15 Ourraot
2:30 Espafiolerlas
3:00 Acores Porteoes
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para lapintuwa total do tues 1 publea*# t
national aomprendbhkountre Rio Hato-y DivIta.
Las espeofiosstoia' y datoe ptlhtnf pni"N
obtenerse *err Is fboti. d Caminos, CileiI y TK
provide dsp6sto de o/6.00.
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tranaporte par unestra cuenta, a un coato de B/.50.00 completmentG 0RAT15
par Ud.. para visitor la Represa del Parque Villa Real en el Rio 83smllcs 7
soleccionar el lte que a Ud. le gusto y tomar posel6n d d inme4SDlt.

Case "C" No. 1.

Calle H No. 5B

En estos lugares
Calle 1i Oete. esqulns a "H"
Llantas v Tuboj Imonchablet "SEBER-
Ustotlas "PRM-O-LITE"
Bleileotas "HOPPER"
Ventas a laos V por el SBarma de Club
Cale 1 eote No. 74 (eerca del
.s gro Social)
Afte. Central No. 279
Materiales de Construccl6n
Avnilda "B" No. 101
Ave.i JustO Ar om



Calle "C" No. 9.

consigue Ud. mAs, por menos
AvenMda Central No. s
Rooa Pars Oa baleIoa.

Articulos de Tocaor "SEAFORTH"
vara Hombres
En lau mejores Farmacias v Almacenes
calle a. No. I
La Beblda Natlonal Mas Refreacante
Dens y Calle 0 Este
LA" v BRefreses "NEBI"

HOY mismo a Nuestro CLUB DE LOTES por B,'.3.00
Semanales y asegure *I suyo on el

Alturas Del Cerro Campana, S.A.
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SInIcio etas cuartillas depor-
r Uv s uludando a toda la afl-
Weun de una manera cordial, es-
Specalmente a los numerosoa
colegas que como el que describe,
sienten Infinito placer por cum-
plir con Ia enorme taresa de cal-
mar las exigenclas del publico
Esta column tiene au bautizo
en el diarlo de mayor circula-
cl6n en la esplna dorsal de
Amdrica, gracias a ese gran de-
portista qua se llama Guiller-
mo Rolls, Jefe de eata pAgina
y quien con toda gentlleza nos
a ofrecldo sus columns, y a
quien agradecemos muy de ve-
Viejo cronista en otras lati-
tudes, pero nuevo decade hoy en
la cF6nlca diaria. aunque he
estado muy cerca del desenvol-
vimlento deportivo local, lle-
vando ya dos lustrous.
Ofrezco cubrir algunos depor-
tea, aunque sea sinteticamen-
to, pero de una manera impar-
clal, dando a cada cual lo que
se merece.

En today la America la prime-
ra noticia sera ei conflicto de
:. Corea; pero la segunda tiene
,. f que ser el gran mnoviniento de-
l portivo, ya que todos los passes
ase han comprometldo con Ar-
,; gent na, como que tambidn tie-
no el' aliclente de ser la prime-
ra Olimplada de today la Amd-
v rica, donde los hombres de
'7 nuestra rasz y nuestra lenguas
h gran estimulo pars la Juventud
S de eta Amerlca ondia y opor-
tunidad proplcia para los Go-
blernos y entidades civicas de
S ervir a] deported enviando to-
doa los j6venes de mirltos en
usa distintas ramas, haclendo
4acriflcios por encima de lo hu-
SDgraciadamente el tiempo
ha eldo corto para ia prepara-
( dsn fi ica y econ6mica. para
Bvliar delegaciones numerosas,
p roua s se puede hacer presen-
Scon delegaclones pequefias
A un me W capeonto
4.ISMl Mfo deulrtS~l, hay
;*WBincto jmglcral to .I..am-
f. t a affOTtH na
eota sum a on un lotargo.
S pensar que somos vice-
.eampeonea olimplcos,, que ju-
gamos un futbol acceptable y
frspetable, sobre todo en esta
parte de Is America.

ociol Dpoortivo
Enviamos nuestraa feliclta-
clones para el destacado fut-
: bolists del Pacifico de is. San-
tiago Jordan, por mu cumple-
af sios que elebra hoy.
COiub Dep. Pacific
SPide a todos sun miembros lai
r pmtual asalstencia a sla reunion
d e asta noche a las 8 en si
local de aI Avenida Central
S*altos del Almac6n 5 & 10 cts.)
par tratar y. acordar vartos
asuntos de importancia.

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El Spur Cola B a El Ti

Esta Noche Fren' La Cervi
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Pat Saebury

y George Dries

en ran duelo
G. P. Pie.
Carta VieJa ...... 12 7 .632
Spur Cola ...... 10 8
Cerveweri .......... 8 11 .421
Chesterfield ......... 7 11 .369
Jego pars ests noche
Resnltados de Ayer
Spur Cola 4-Cerveeeria 2
Carta Vieja 4-Chesterfield 3
Los Carmelitas del Spur Cola
que han logrado cimentar sum
bases en el baseball profealo-
nal, tratarn de acortar sla ven-
taja de lon punteros del Carta
VieJa, en el partldo que se pre-
senta esta noche en el Estadio

Los Carmelitaa tendran co-
mo contrarios a los PAjaros
Azules de Is Cerveceria, en un
luego que promote Incidenclas
Un gran duelo se espera en-
tre lae lanzadores Pat Scan-
tlebury del Spur Cola y Oeorge
Dries de sla Cerveceria, quienes
estin muy afilaldos paras te
partldo en donde ambos equl-
poo s Juegan una carta muy

Los unMlersiarlos

Jugarin sflbal

Capira el domingo
El pr6ximo domingo los unl-
verattarlos visitarin Capira pa-
ra celebrar un oartido amst-
so do softball con un equipo
de dicho pueblo, contienda esta
con la cual la "Asoclacl6n De-
portiva Universitaria" dA co-
mlenzo al amplio programs que
piensa desarrollar en el interior
del pals.
dapira es el primer pueblo
escogido por los universitarlos
para iniciar sus distintos even-
tos deportivos del aflo 1951. ya
que plensan Jugar baseball,
softball y football durante sus
presentaciones en el campo in-
teriorano. Be considers que one
dia numero pablico asatirA a
presenclar el choque entire unl-
veraltarlos y capireflos, el cual
servira, sin duda alguna pa-
ra fortalecoer mas las relaclo-
nes de los universitarios con la
juventud del Interior. Acompa-
rAn a los universitarios en esta
gira la conoclda asoclacl6n
"Joven Capira" y la agrupaci6n
"Amigos Univeraltarios de Ca-

La Distritorial Beisbol

Present entados

Juegos Este Semana

Grupo Antonio Sarrda
Eqltuipos O. P.
Centinelau ..... ....... .....
Jmnors .....................
Cart Viela ..................
A. Call ...................... 4
Fuerte 15 .................. I
Istmeflos -.... ............ 1 5
Grupo Tomas Cupas (Padre)
Equips 0. P.
dbors .................... 3
Granm llo ..................... 5
San Miguel ................ 5. 3
Chandler .................. 4 4
Maraf6n ............... 4
Matriso .................2 5
Patria ...." . . . .... .. ........
La just distrltorial de Base
ball de la cludad capital ofre-
re este fin de semana sells inte-
resantes encuentros, comenzan-
do con el partido de esta tarde
en Santa Rita entire los con-
Ambos equipos lucharArn hoy

El D6bora pas6 al

comando do la jusia

distrilorlal de base
En uno de los relevos mis
atinados de la actual Tempo-
rada de Is Liga Distritorial de
Baseball, Andrsea FII6s, lanzador
estrella del Deportivo Debora,
limit6 al Patria a tree Incogi-
bles paras que su equipo obtu-
viers la victoria syer por 11
a 3.
FisI logrd6 asl su cuarta vic-
torias del torneo sin derrtas y
lala ves se veng6 de sus riva-
En eate partido hubo de todo
ypara todo, pero me neg6 Is
alts de espiritu deportivo del
Patria, alu sar tActlcas dila-
torias que en nada beneficlan
a esta Justa.
Por el Ddbora comenz1 lan-
zando 0. Souza, pero en l pri-1
mer acto tgvo qua ser reempla-
zado por FD6s, quien domino la
situaci6n, pars ganar y colocar
a au equipo en el primer puesto.
Por el Patria comenz6 en el
box Pablo Cedeflo, saltando en
el tercer episodlc para entrar
Oil Valencia. Cedeflo permitl6
en esa entrada 4 carreras y
cuatro incoglbles.' entire ellos
un largo tubey de A. D. Visue-
to impulsando trees carreras pa-
ra sA navetla.
Los mejoret por el D#boka
fueron I. Moya con tires hits en
tres turnos, pars seguir de pri-
mero entire los bateadores del
circulto, y A. Visuete eon un
oportuno double. Por el Patria se
destac6 E. Talmer con doe hits
en tres turns.

p" -a mepor colocacl6n.
)-M fl abado se ofrecerAn
t)partMo a. cargo de :as no

L4 3egosn del domingo en
la :_04 a eon el cuadro del Ins
titdto aelonal son:

y comprara


NU'A YORK, F.nero 19 (UP)
--OgUn l hi sabido Branch
Rickey comprara el cincuenta
por elento de las acciones a los
Pira'ta, Beg8 n se dice Rickey
comprara eatas acciones al Pre-
sidente del Club John W. Oal-
breah, con part de 1,250.000
d6lures qut recibl6 al vender
el 28% de las acciones do los
Dodges del Brooklyn que po-
sefa antes de pUar al os Pira-
tu eomo vicePraldente y Ge-
rents General.
En Pittsburgh Rickey dijo que
la noticla de que lba adqulirr
Intresma dominantes era una
Invencld pero no neg6 de que
odmra lompra lasa aclons,
Oalbrteth por su paze dice
que nmeI, ha treated ,eon
Rickey aeeOrea de da vnta t-4d
acciones, pero quo date podri
adquirir unJa poons de las ac-
clones pars poder quedlar incui
do entire estoa. oalbreatr, posee
como el ochenta por lento de
las acclones de & novena df
Ics Piratas despu habherkit
compra las suya a Frank
McKlnney, el -rest de las ac-
clones se dlstribuyen entire
Thomas Johnson, peoretario ge-
neral del Club y el artlata
Bing Crosby. Los cuatro forms-
ron el sindicato qua el 8 del
ries de Agoato de 194 compra-
ron todas las soclones a la fa-
milla Dreyfuss en 2.250.000 d6-
Con la adqultd6n do las ac-
clones Rickey lograra a Sua 69
afios la aspiraldn do today au
vida tender domino en una np-.
vena de lan p as4IeS ga. E
proplo Galbreth alan 6 el ca-
mino de Rickey que iara a
los Piratas, y cOngmle con-
prado pars sus eionis de o105
Dodgers. AAn cuando, QaIbreath
vende por que sgn Io inftaor-
mnantes han declsradf que ha
perdldo su inter& en I* nove-
na, retendrai el resto' de las



..Ents, s por-
tists, quasi-
dents del -
de Ven a a del
sefior Ar re-
nuneli6 'el o .-
El seAr 1 J.L e sa ue eas
el Gerent pd oM -el -- Pro-
vincla n, ha Iaepad6 eon gran
inters a, n'aw n-fumloes
depotva, y pe.r u dilanmais-
mo y entui amo osoperl u-
na proveehosa labor.

El Sof5ball lecil

we paraoby l

juogo Maumicl-osa

El Aleman Jr. -gan6
ayer ol Catedral 12.4
.. -,Por H. TEJADA-- .
taxrde Iug en ianta
Rita pars continuer a Just.
social de softball, los equlpOm
Optiba Sosa y Mauricio, do de
los Opticos debutan n la con-
tienda, mientrts ques us con-
trarlos busoan su primer triun-
fo en su segundo uego. Mafia-
na sabado no habrd Juego y la
just se reanudara el Domingo
a las 9.00 de la mafiana en
Santa Rita con el partldo en-
tre Cerveceria y Pinocho.
En el. uego celebrado ayer
tarde los equtpos debutadteo
AlemAn Jr. y Catedral se isam.
puso el primero por anotaol6sl
de 12 carreras a 4, triunfandf
sin diflcultad los muchaehob
aue comanda Pindi Perdomo.
or ola ganadores lanz6 todo e*I
partido Sidney Tudor, que solo
permiti6 a sus rivals tres als-
Eldo Incoglibles, mientras que
las tropas del AlemAn Jr., cam-
tiron a Graham que dur6 un
1 1o episodic y a Walker que lo
evC, con nueve indiscutibles,
Incurilendo el conjunto gana-
dor en tres errors y el perde-
dor en custro. Condasini del
Aleman Jr. fu6 el mejor batea-
dor del partido coil 3-2.

-0 'low*

*wem 4 devr mr i .jM !

i tUinto de itlvo Vu 9equlf
Clsar y Newk ek eorsuvy.cn
5 u4loT a



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aadaue leptson
la s ee-
mew en un
ltto con Ia particl-
tdetacadas figu-
.e .eto~ Concur-
so.i o para el 18
do .l Campo de La
Bo .db tendrA lugar
en *Naelonal, el ter-
'ce o. do Col6n, el
ca .istadlo de Bal-
as regarin pa-
ra as A y By
Daraf eper que
eata i shM s sentrrAn de
gran W ord aMjorar eCat
cti bno en 'condi-
el leta y au-

elN re en F
umerohbo a peblico presenci6
el remate de .anueo eJemplar6s
inleosed I t por e1 Hi-
draimo Nactonal, celebrad0
se aay

Prudenclo Pnlo P. adqulr6J
al itmero pai lr Domn presence
la sumas. 7 5~. 0 al contad-,
el e. mte en pruede base der
inglese0, Impart doe pdr el Hi-
pWdromo Nacinal,, celebrado

PrEuldoencio PedictMo P. adquri6 sin

opal fsici6n potro tardillo
Pamoto tet poU a sus base de
opoasco na- 0 potro tordillo
Pamr A proplet p arlo base de
B.31. Pag6 B.750.00 al conta-
do. r
Alredo Oom en oqmpr6 a
an_.wood 10 "- ,el,
de- %Ps . ..S P ..4n.0

tiomte vl pretos baa ev
Mlecano adqWrido por Hen-
r White., para Roberto Reid,
por la suma de B.750. al con-
tdo. Con un preelo base de
Welsh Fox comprado po Da-
nel CiMgllo. Precto basD.
S110. P9g6 al contado B.70.00.
A. yeguaO Riding N O, Vatre
A TSre .y Olive Blouon no rue-
ton rematadas por lce sMten-
ta, pero se eapera quee on el
.ia de hoy sean adquridas por
S7 rlos. propletarlos, quo despu6s
del remate se aceroaro a la
'gerencila pars negociarlu.

Red PumnoreM

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Premio: B,'. 65

"C" Importados 7 Fgs.
0.00 Pool Cierra: 2:55 p.m.

1. THE BATH ROAD ....... J. Rodrigues

2. AVENUE ROAD ............ C. Turn-

3. MR. FOOT ............... B. Moreno

4. SISMO ................. A. AngaJo

5. RECHUPETE ............... J. Bravo






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"A" Importodos

Premio: B/. 1,000.00

Pool Clerra: 2:55

1. FAIR CHANCE ............... F. Rose

2. FULL ....... . .. .. ... Aroemena

3. RATHUM LIGHT . .. ..... E. Silvwr

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rob pu t el dmlngo. A. Robn.-
ahn Mile dtri uon nueva opor-
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cozna chico recem tb, dOl
,omo meo de Octub reA a
accident alguno.
ward Charles h frtaq
.ontrato para defend g .of
r frente al veteran a
jersey Joe Waleott -n I AN"d
Olympla de Detroit el W-
olea 7 del prd o mes do
Nato. El promoter Babe Mo
de Los Angeles, a esncue-
ta en bueva York negoclando
onW Jack Mintz y Tom T.wa
el otro apoderado de Charles
pra que oete defends asu t-
tulo frente a Rey Layne en Re-
no Nevada, al principle del sme
de Mayo, Mints dio "eatmace
deflnltlvamente intersdo con
-4ta propoalctih", Mltti wpgu-
.6 ademn que Charlea defen-
dera tu titulo alflfdor ei S
de Junlo frente al- Waapeds
SOW pesado Joe Maim oen
uls go ia pIlnepl dewi dot
peleara por la corona otr
,eqqtendlente destAcado on Pits
h". En el heas de Sepliam-
ine el 1eepe ,tt a
S 81 '. SZ'l 'at:

acky MBtlano.

Sir-m PAJA-
fnustro pro.
debe aser to-
e g*nrra, DANES.
niluru v ecorldo.
O% elemplaV I batir.
Se0 ren FRIGHT
1 mey Head para
W- Mbilo.
~ arrl onealEo.
I enemito.
a neora. RINTU
Betan tone gran
c i ,.earrers, FAN-
IifWA eso destacan.
w1 id6olm.s carrero,
A OLA deben dispu-
1*<>.A'* ____

(VP)-.~- lograasoluclonar al-
ltan de a Rex Layne, ue
* t a Bard Charles er
f to el pr6xlmo ve-
lfl As dleun del ecam-
poonato amunal peso mAximo.
MW .aStuon, manager de
yeo lft@q6 contestar al Sin-
Ihlatqwl. Ie ha ofrecldo 100
mUll d a Charles y 35 mil
Lay.efMao para quoe e efec-
w 1S eOeuentro1 sert neceea-

PRrflE ; que Jenson om
conveoanse. Layne tiene pers-
DWairL agcas de veneer a

BEzG que el Club Inter
ecalo aado Boxeo del cual
'OTmarl Layne son mlembros

TER M use Layne triunfe
*en U Dtt o encuentros.
Jone. 0 quo antes del
encuentmo Ci ies Lee Oma no
et habfs at oevdo a poner su
pupilo Irmte a O'Charleo pero
que ahom agree quoe *i ste pe-
lea 'comoe.Noizo contra Jersey
Joe Walcott debe derrotar a lo.
00o. 130 prenOtp qu. Layne tie
no 0 eneudtra eWctra el ar-

de oebrero.

No deje de comprar
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0. P. PJe.
Plno ... ... ..... *4 1 .T,
Frigias .......... 3 1
Optic Sa ......... 3 3 .0
Barhs A.............3. 3 .*
Chestrflm Jr. .... 3 .500
Caribe ......... .400
Grantbh .......... 4 .333
Cafd Dun .......... 4 .33
Oo dob ababtino presen-
tarA- _ 5jf., fVlnelal de Base
ball mU -a 8n cel Estadio
Olimpieo, tmabzfando a la 10.00
p.m. .
ChOt .f r y Optica 8o-
sa la t armafntarse en el
primer pd .
Los Padltos quo marchan
en el tratarAn de
veneer A qa marafioneros del
Il astunde Juago promote ser
emoclonante, dbnde -los pino-
chistas a defender au
calidad 4 punteros y los gra-
nilleros de abandonar el oscuro
Resaparees Jorge "Flaco" Boris
En el primer Juego de la tar-
de debutart J. Boris en el mo-
rrillo central de los elgarrille-
roa, Boria realn legndo al te-
rruflo tia de ,ha er caunado
eensadl6n por aegun a vez on el
Ecuador, tratarA de obtener el
E1 Optics Bosa, conflarA loa
lanzsalentoo a R. Calcedo, otro
de Ion lanadores naclonales
que lUbrara batalla exitosa en
el 'campeonato Ecuatoriano.

A. Rosales llamado con jus-
ticia, "Premier" de nueostaro
lanzadores amateur, tratarta d
mantener a hu team eon el pri-
mer pueato de la ciontienda. Par
su part el Oranlllo clocari a
C. Oonzls "el hombre equl-
po" en la caja.
Eate tendrA que hacer gran-
des proease, ya que au equipo
as hall on mala racha y un
lump pnoaso, para salir airo-
so de eate' difiil compromiso.
La entrada pars loa double
Juegoa son: Palco de terreno
0.25, Tribuna de Sombra Ma-
yores: 0.10, Menores .08.. Da-
mas tienen ontrada gratuitas
'qu con prea ncia. Is dan
As realce a lo Juegos.


En este nimewro 3 repertses de

paIPamte Interes

IUtimo despacho aPodrA. v.rahacer
10o impoibl?



- lRedbri Latino Amirica
consideraci6n preference.
en lo eeon6mleo durante
Is cra *tutal6n actual
de la Defenu?

_ Losu de Win&or
y 61 C MtIdMOO


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Se esperan nuevas detention

en relaci6u con las tentative

de arreglo de juego de bask

NUEVA YORK, Enero 19 (UP)
- La policia busca un Jefe del
sindlcato de apuesta del que
6as o e sabe Ie dicen "Joey y,
a un ex-atleta deo eata cludid.
ambos en relacdri con la ten-
tativa de "arreglar" el resultado
del partido de basketball del
martes sado en el Madison
Square Garden entire las unt-
versldades de Manhattan y la
de Paul.

gino que muehos otroas C
IerA de la cludad debfn
tire muy preocupado8".

Be esperan nuevas detenclo-
nes pero las mass importantes
es la del tal Joey y de un ex-
Jugador de basketball del que
me cree sea el hombre contact
entire los apostadores y los Ju-
gadores a qulenes se soborna.
De acuerdo con la confeal6n
de Hank Poppe, ex,.basketbo-
lata detenildo antler por haber
tratado de comprar al jugador
de color Junlus Kellog qulen
denunci6 el caso las auto-
ridades pollciacas oreen que "ha
abido otros Juegow arreglados
por los basketbolltas o la Ar-
bItroa en la cludad de Nueva El distinguldo Caballeroo,
York y ottro lugares." tavio Duran srI ag
Ken Norton, director del el ddmingo e Puerto PuMl
conjunto de Manhattan dice motive do anu efclenta .
que It polilca tiene datos aun- woo Auditor Provincial doe
quo neoeolta mi prueba Pars. tar Internsma de Col6n, y
,oatm oS0 y7 "no puedo vctamo la ocasiflnp
conelt quos 6e 1o 1 ham tra-lalo co erho
tado de comprar a los basket- lcltarlo con motivo de w
bolletas de Manhattan. Me Ima- pleaflo8 que celebra hoy.



AdemiA: El DocwnmItal do "C er

L U X Adl--..do
LA m N moeilontf pellculA do
BOGART co un finul sorpren-
"Muerto ean un Beso"

Forrest Tucker g Ad.le Mara, an

El Rey Itdi.-
cutlble del
:''l buenhumorl
En iu ultlma
ftiaa come-

Louis Collier Less Barker
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