The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00997
 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: AA00010883:00997
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e duerted.-no men's land today, briefly occupied ft)
portnt. towns, and advanced to within 22 miles .70
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froit in what the army termed .a grbat "reon
2 pr Idin- frce." They entered the Wonju airstrp, Qi .
SKdumsqngwon, south of Seoul, and Ichon, 3 i
east of soul.
a.rrod- b Before nightfall t
St h I ern task forces p
S o oM. their defense 1nes toepo
~from ofa t. G~Oen. Lin Piao's
YVmf etfif rtn w Field Army had not yet
0Seekdd r ivs "l o in front of United Nt x
woar iFor the first time In
whlebg bsgmsuccessive days of hit and
& pK i stabs Into the Wonju aesM,
f ars -Ited States forces a
milwe ... ft Wonju airstrip and on
airw. nt manding ridge immediate
o Nw148 In Af the own last night.
uin* t tened town Itself s a
wer Z one Mu-. ZURICH. Jan. 22 (UP).--MOore
One hundreds miss in n the. worth Oen. Maithew Ridgw y,
p 'atg. amlow avalanches in the history at the Wonju dirt airtr
of the Alps, authorities said to-terday afternoon, a few
-dy, but all except two of 200 after its recapture from
to deat eo y 1 workers who had been trapped North oreas, pronounced
flooded M10almost beyond hope ef ival srtuatlon "perfect-getting be
were rescued in Austria. ter 4 the time.
S IX w wwb t-. e bd In The Swias Meteorological In a- Gen. Ridgwayin his 8th
e- 1e, r -:1e tute forecast new avalanches m communique, said
to and hlh would add more lives to theLate reports Indicated the
bysof ar ba ounting toll now 145 In munist are in building
d h n towee towering mountains of four their stren the Wna i
~~~ rotries Italy. Switzerland. re, probe for oe off
Sto s t and Germany. The only sl.
W.rS" Ped on record greater than" 'an r
---n. n. last weekend of "white hell" The task force, supported _
Stem aI w a t a tahe l was a rock landalide t
town haltkbeen i .W 2 0 *lOdd nearly 5 Pe t nd a
at Golds near Lake ZUf, 15o rn ren of a Nor

buw neawly oo idn Shter-ombes to ath ed
i agghoritle d reported
-y---s aa.e aeorngetthe G r nree.ent from key bilt
M t bug tWO~r the 200 work-

l e4 o* of the," and Metal thrownell hurled to thr dt i by n r---w
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sn ow ncont u ed lto bi cato t

S rner4 ar SeaI nd uersproW.cer tsli s r^ mifen were r ighnan eU
or an flying sfeelated regois tions columns rolled
.action was a te In ly pw ell their defense. s 1
Mum -'" "recen t rea oa son e Lno two ays a leows, with no man's lad opedI
ouofte-ul a ud nation of Mac redomperateresd threatened a ctered patrols an a few
On "wit ttio American dn tolQnew dit tre harde ,,ot natiHt..
'*k4 *Btarh 1.atwill b t:lWb hel bl ,i- Tepoigtl

hs r Labor toio for t
Ro a_. Gep. orWge G erfitig nthe I ad
early this The two labor roupG lee gA ir- e re .-
r senior Mr. o u ed the lack of noe pota -
S frienda the membpswmCai c e conditions aed
it.(S tlne N ew C piiobawhere,

Fls' To Us 'ed oand rocks thrown at
Capts. Darden wilil day and n gh. h a dh
4 will be relle war e urtltbehei
Turner, a ~jlatlonal service in the-
.force for the ps 2 i t 'e.
W 1 C a p t. T uW ern e r, er s ,w e lr a s l h n
relieved amGa r OgGleer were in. lled o end c
gt. Roberth ihetg, a former Mos alcs al
*7 Iar -i M .sone h.e was at one c wi -me
'ind J t of the Bl ai smiths Un-e
a. CLU- t trustee. The
's whom serve
i o, Accepthd Ton tr- Unon are:
dyflrln&.M. Krle, first vice prdldesnt:
mittee the C.manal S m an Brooks sdeco ud vice
ltrau, will be held iteeig at president Howard Munrot wage
reatary, of the f. and complaints board member;
ee art e RegtsBral Wagner, first alternete ..
ddtis. of Balboa center T. uber, second alternate; About 300 eopli from all walks of life attended the
itemane, aun Mi olegisla tive unday a dhirnoo dedicatln the Georte W. Green Mem
cretary, nSata3tatlve, oward Munro the small nark area sear the waterfall on Madden Road nearl
on well Atlantsi O t; c. W. Hatchett. secreta- Cruses Trai, wleh was developed by volunteer contribution
a be frb m: to t l Fischer treasurer; C. a large Dart, ol tle Isthmian community.
at the Crisoi. ytor, aior Baum- cc Neomer pk e He also told of Mr. Greea's
ie.nlon D"ivi..l Fa=aynt eg -at-arms. btlefe ,i- o veiling the plaqu and firm ambition to heDa
S Feb. 1 on both ide on the umnt to the former the Panama Canal an am
mel PA oolo 139 Oher. ]licpal Zngineer, made subject while he was Burt -
** ition and the ceremony was cut short his engine eriNg
iF RSaopened. ttld closed by Thre Very i on to accept a posptljoi to
ae- Leavings new positive case of polo Reverend R4anond .T. Ferris, build te Canal .
teOn Wed. IoHospital. the f nit d u re plaque The committee in ch gy
SAmbass i since last, Thursday after- on thE mm to Mr. n. the Memorial included
set~t B. tstsien by, Governora'wliegr noted the Donaldson, Charmal.,
T e latest talent la a boy. 22 former Wtiicipal mneer a wise and Nelson W.
ts romt PeCaa. neaare-s to the lSshalan C. Page served as
to tt il eherede wlitr .o The monument, a
U y and even thro feet high and 11
Ionehor e atnr.e sfisered o ml, basnae
-tM1e the oreo n t rnte ; AbtWa mOng* s of his taken dom the
6p idtmie lst: Sept, 1 a g .- was operated
_____anga_ ager*Ieatilned the his- sup WGrn,
n. & of the has a nad
Lion e tM isc ertrSa tendon Munitolipal
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1.8. Levers Bend ..............................5..Ja*3
BadUng Refrigerated Chilled
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New York Freight Service Cridt6bal

S~ S Cape Ann .................*... ... I.
.S. Cape Avino ..............................Jan.
8.S. Cape Cod ............................ .. .J5a 33 .
LL Cape Cumberland ........................ 4
B.S Cape Ann .................................F b. 3
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SlIu;gs Weekly from Havana to Criqft6b

Weekly saslfn to New York, Les Angele and settle
r Oeeslaon saian to New Orleans and Mobile
* e steamers In this service are United to twelve passenger
Frequent SufHns from Crist6bal to
West Coast of Central America

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Nest Freight Salings from Vancouver, Seattle, Portland.
San Fraloiseo, and Los Angeles to Balboa or trist6bal
From 8an Francisco .........................Jan. 15
From Los Angeles ....................... Jan. 18
Prom San Francisco ...........................-Feb. 13
FJpm Los Angeles ..............................Feb. 10
Ieht freight BalUngs from Cristobal to Los Angeles and
San Francisco
To Los Angeles and San Frarcisco.........Jan. 24
To IA. Angees and San Francisco..............Feb. 17

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South Amerlean Line ere taken Into conild-
To Start New Service ho ever. it would not be
The Flots Mereante Gran0 Ce a perfect cup
lomblana will inaugurate a m hoe factors in
service the latter part o i have had blended a
month between south Infuses at the
and Europe. For e th ime A point to Rte the
no passengers will bea and aroma.
this run, and the service. IW ste ward re
restricted to caro. t before they
The service wW operate from and remember to
both east and wn eost d of l in a quart
South America, according tetr f additional 000 feet
ford & Mc local foa r ,
the comn y.ot Mfem
about 20 ships in service and th .
first on the new run will be
ReptilbUica de Colombia. Sa m am
Details of the service wlU be s ru ils
announced later. .
B ena ta Tet Your Community Station
Panagra's speedy El Intersme-
ricano started out the new year
by breaking the record flying "-
time between Buenos Aires an
Santiago twice in three days, the Whee 100.000 Pels Mie
airlines announced late ltst
week. . m t_
On Jan. 9, the DC-fl epre ss Pres
flight made the 775-mile run in n
two hours and 39 minutes. The Today, Monday, Jan. 33
pilot was Capt. John H. Miller,
well-known In local aviation dr- aP.
clies as "Capt. Jack." W-a-Mie
Three days later Capt. Floyd B. B Mnde
Nelson cut zx minutes off that 4:1B-Dan v Show
time by piloting EI lnter- 4:0--Whatt Shorwits.
cano between the two a s ,nn60 V.
two ours and 33 itnutes. "X.00-- MONIC
Tea's The Tesat 6: 15-Evenijgr SLn
The Jto served to paancrs aon
airliners of British Overseas Air- (la* MSt)
lines Corporation l Isot the sim. '730-LB rPORTS
ply made brew one orinarily R .
drinks. This week in a press con- 7:45-Here Comes LouIs Jordm
ferenee, the airline explained 8:00-NEWS AND fBPORR'T
some of the difflcultleof tea for (VOA)
high flier. 8:15-COMMITATOR'S
e boiling rpoA.f water DIOS MT
a 212 degreasF.," tl pt m re- 8:30--HERE AM TH
lea said., at it Ve, but AN00 WR D OA
this tempeature one de- 9:00-PRID AND PRUDI
agree foar appfadx a every (BBC)
SO feet of aenta l eva lev- 9:30-AStar Co toert Hal
el; so that at 11,j feet tor In- 9:45-Promenade Coanert
stance, water bo* t about 13 10:00-T WORLD AT YOUR
degmes F.- t eS1 i InD- wDDO*in-
sufflenet to Inuu t lives 11:00-The Owl's F
properly and make a palatable 12:00-Sign Off
cOp of tea.. .
"On the a l e,. alr- .
lines are 'presuur "'.to imu.
late those cEmltfort e Coalitions Tomorrow, Tuesday, It
existing at 8,000 feet 'at which
height the bolUin point of water A.M.
drops about 14 degree F. 6:00-The Alarm Clpok Club
Unless this reduction in tern- 7:30-Morning alon

8:30-Crasy Qut
8:45--Hawaiian HRanonlI
:15-LACRu D nhe RT PRO
9:30-Populats e I
1:015-fft the Record
12:05-aLunehepo Music
12:30-Populasi Muor
1:15-PSiesta Time
2.00-Lea Paul and Trio
2:154-st' Time To Dance
2:30-WhAfternon Melodies
2:400-Battle of the Bind
3:4O-Organ Reveries
3:15-The Lvenin Salone
3:30.-Musicr8 OF R T ?4
:15---PolkAmerica Hd t
4:30-BWhatLU RIBBOr PORt
6:15-Evening Salon
7:00--0N0G8 OF FRA'C

8:15-OAmerITan DTOR
8:30-JOO ST OI VOAl,
8:45-VOl OPA
9:00-Av- U .OF r,0.
9:I0-Ameriea.q Wa- wgflg
9:45-To Be An lamoA
10:00-T-0 A.lMl3i.l
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t$O rtPanama And
iet'ire urged to at-
eufit concert to-
S at.T. at the Jew-
0WA ,Forces 8er-
S iBa Road in
S $100 And all
wa to .the March of
lor of the Paut-
ienAervatory. whoa
Their talents tor
aofe Dimens cn-
b Peinland.

imd:irtn the Ca-
munty. Mr. Cha"lu
.vi;lln Dtrftor
nAent U. S. .Amy

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y of the Atar Guild wll be held
rent tonight at ':30 in the G Ouildqp
of St. Luke's CalAdral; At
IS at aPettleat :Pert" Ttekets
_mby OnSae
Patrl- Reaerved seat. keta for "Pu -
W l- ticot W ,fer"' wl be. told d ipIl)
m. andtomorrow from 7130 tot p.m

r" .S e. ter Cured .
+l+h^^ io "Ba llos,
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on the missing ball ther
raced into the brush afterIt. A
few moments later be retrieved.
Before the jfterm>p wM&avx.

ha Th 'flat Mw Oa.
Wheeler sadhe and w edly
'ca wait in the. aftternom ow
to get't to the golf course for a
"W na ball la hnds, h i.
l tely aon .r ," Wbeeler
The tegtster aett holds his.
headhigh anZ yopte, not a

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Dir cannRt'ee,

n B .INK n ar

M eny ito '
ablOIMdu Ctles Service t-akerI

T,Coast Guard wltive
Val ng the AaI

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-go-i- :I ed wetS
f9sd 'dett-Sftle

a a the tanker tS .
off tdo e .
WW. 1t who wal rnM.

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tor Jose Fa and oUiaermo
Rodrlgug. will dlsUmjs the-.oo-
lems Involved in coptrueting the
new hotel.
After the meeting t enneers
will maie a tour of te buldng.

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bth Scbolz17, .b
..rved as a baby tter
told anI
held 13-year-old-
the bodied after s .
Scholar, who had olaladmr
that he found -We yOLMe
Idy in a ditohThusd- ,
down and told hW
incessant question n the
,ptae's attorney' offtee.
e was returned here-h pSedl-
y to re-enact h -
:.ho:z, whose t hl.,
'W Bpad a rr a
SR," told MIu in
Snto the eiat te of
.honme early %aaeday Wq.
'Ulnmoral purpe..
7They struq ed. h
younger boy-Ip.sa lout if
aid Billy remain u--ned it lu
r-aemi-consclousuntfl day
Wight. when be went tt A shed
nd found him dead.
e men cadbotI
ile Coronel .M ttom ,fltd
4id earlier .that ntra
mlarks were found olt 21y's
throat. "
Schools' confession c e s the
climax of a w h d hor
Tfl ed this qx t j mlty of
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trying to eon-
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itulted him of
1t 1a9th cen-
I tosy." He
laWmakers to
m. army ex-
:.6 teletislon deo-
Aemrted that
t there would m

witn the Ger
"tMi Wd Europe
Se ieboieanbs.d
he said Rvv-
thly" regard an
K. army watn
leasive .threat
t seUnion.
t states .aould
Ift u .Nationsb if it falls
n $ldna an aggressor
,Tan addet there
rope Is "the UN to
ie active and, if
l oialgtina withoutre i t
V n Muld be set up.
.j radio debate,
Mylarove Is "the weake-tA
Lbgto fight Russia."
41-.t 'RM Humphrey. D.
** this would mean
thn next war here in the
b ets "quite willing"
S dfdlitIonal troops TO
In5 arms aid. But
A f
wase basis of thid
tion httV~ of the sea and

bM i Wu1 o sea and a)r
o .l Sate Republican
would "be impozn-
to our liberty and
RUN"a it.".
"ud r.Isanso realize rht,
ennot ruMe beyond the shores of
dIUM paG tllM. A It will also in-
dare t rbrAada erid for all time
thet W Idea et a complete domtnn-
tion of the world by military ar-
t"k," he sid.
"Rusia Will know she can't
oguer the world so she won t
ut HumphreyS mid that "If we
don't want to- fight In Asia. In
Europe or Africa or Austraita.
there is about one other place
l4ft In tho.WSid and that is rthe
Western Relaisphere and that's
where I di not want to fight :ne
warP t -
'VIoe Uited Mtates, Humphrey
said, "must commit troops to
Europe" so If war comes "we can
put up the kind of ressttance that
will make possible our victory
without as much sacrifice and
blood as we would if we hag-to
Light It alone,"
Tat appeared with Benton on
-the Nationalt Broadoasting 9om-
pany's "American PFram of *be
1ir" television program. Later he
participated with Humphrey and
sens. Herbert H. LehaaM. .. N.
Y. and tverett M. Dirksen. R ,
I1., on Blair Moody's "Meet Your
Congress" radio show. The argu-

Draff 18-Year-Ols .or Vets

WASHINGTON., Jan. 22 (UP).- oice of drafting 18-year-olds
Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson said Sa- r 27 months of service, redraft-
turday thit Congress miust: ing veterans or reducing the
choose between drafting 18-year- planned size of its defense force.'
olds or redraftingg" veterans of he said.
World War II If it wants'to build Defense Department plans call
a large fighting force. for a total force of 3.462.000 soi-
"There is no easy, cheap way diers. sailors, marines and air-
out- of this," the Texas Democrat men in service "as soon as por-
told reporters. sible" after June 30. Officials
claim they will have to "scrape
Johnson is Chairman of the the bottom of the barrel" to reach
Senate Preparedness' Committere that total out of the present man-
which is considering the Admin- power pool. And military leaders
istration's bill to draft 18-year- have said the goal probably will
olds. rise.
"At the end of a week or hear- The Selective Service Act per-
irigs. Senators are faced with 4 mits the drafting of men aged 19
through 25 for 21 months of ser -
ments continued the "great de- vice. The Administration has
bate" on the issue of sending add- asked congress to lower the age
i tonal troops to Europe. limit to 18 and increase the ser-
The Senate will act tomorrow vice period to 27 months.
on a resolution by Senate Repub- Johnson said that he based his,
Ucan leader Kenneth S. Wherry estimate at the hard choice cons -
of Nebraska calling on President fronting Congress on the tesq -
Harry Truman not to conhign money of the country's top mi-
more men to Europe without Itary leaders. These included Ar-
congressional approval, my Chief of Staff Gen. J. Law-
Democrats are confident they ton Collins Chie of f Naval Opera-
can route the resolution to the tions Adm. Forrest P. Sherman,
Foreign Relations Committee and Air PForce Chief of Staff Hoyt S.
there revamp it to contain ex- Vandenberg and Selective 3;:-
press approval of additional troop vice Director Lewis B. Hershey.
shipments. Taft and other Re- The Selective Service Act pro-
publicans hope to amend the De- vides a draft exemption for vet-
mocratic version to place a speei- erans in the 19 through 25 man-
fic limit on the number of m.en power pool. But that exemption
sent. could be revoked by a Congress-



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NEW STABILATION BOS At a Washington press con-
ference, Defense Molzition Director Charles E. Wilson
(right) announces the appointment of Eric Johnston (seated
next to him) as new Economic Stabilization Administrator.
Johnston, preoslent of the Motion Picture Association, sue-
ceeds Alan Valentine. who resigned.

Senator Says Congress Must.

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PARK RIDGE. Ill.. Jan .82 (
-Four Chicago Boy SoU I
through saft ice and drow .d'
the Des Plaines River Saturd a
and authorities were still dr4
ilhga the river for a flth who
reported missing.' '
The boys. a)l Negroes. were r
a weekend outing at Camp
Dearborn in the Cook Co as
Forest Preserve. The Midles we
recovered near a dam by For
Rangers in four boats.
Lawrence Scott, a member
the Boy Scout contingent.t,
authorities he saw one boy
through the Ice. Others ma
his rescue, and Scott ran to
tavern nearby for help.
When he came back, he;
the others had disappeared,
said he was not sure whetn
there were four of five boys at
lonal deciAration of a state
Congressional opposition to t
18-year-old draft-based on ml
generally estimated at 10 to
against the proposal--soften
following the strong plea made
the Joint Chiefs of Staff and d
But other features of the me
ure still face rough going In n
Senate and House. The princ
opposition is centered on the
month service proposal which
been opposed by Chalnan.
ard B. Russell. D.. Oa.. of a U
Senate Armed Services Conual
man Company received w10 ff
this unsigned note: will pay
cash $10 for one blanket I t
from the train in the first W


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DiablI .o ...................... 6 9 .400 o Le rbar m
STonight at 7:30 the Cristobal Mottas play the uy for eo neha , am
Diablo Ron Montezumas at Mount Hope Stadium. A^ Damatte offact, his fe
-'The Mottas' Eddie Neville will oppose John Uber miptat h i hast. -
on the 'mound. plyigth rt ofe b s
- Yesterday afternoon the Balboa and Walt Moryn Arounded out to We. fR fr .it .i ll Vod lBenett v- ar
Brewers behind tight five-hit open the frame. Ra yDabek and m w-l t 1 Ger e] at .
hurlingg by Ed Bacsaewaki, finally Charlie LeBrun hit sharp ingles. htdte lay ammonia S that a tess t
*lved the Jinx the Montezumas Johnny Clausel hit a ho ground hnals faor the htASM 4 ; II t
Aeld over them and turn back the er to the right of second bue t hoa for the cowter t In a die Bnays
S h no ncS a w n u n w t o o f a s i n -nu .) 6 4a r 5
Diablo scored first with a sin- dad through "into centetf tld and He wMll sups WjI
marker-their only run of the two Mottamen cr ed theplate. e t. la
bpoy Bob. G s and single by Vince son, went down swinging to endkow ski. t se ma .loseph's
'-Batoa retaliated with two runs to o first rate defensive plays e la Ohio Sta teo 7 Da "H mr wi a re JTeis "
in the fifth *hea Morton walked, were made by Vince Ridge and -emmhien de .. h.nH ri s-while- o Ca owI
we t to second on Baczewsl's sa- Rudy Otey. Ridge raced over near Jietiy e s e ShandilRa oar jo
ice't moved to third on Roy the dugout to make a lWe hand Leter Inthe semiW-fnat
Kennedy's fly to deep right then grab of a toweringg foul fly hit by day .Jimmy-one of the i Id q *.smuIs. W a seMI t
snoted on Bud Hardin's single. Charley LeBrun. Rudy Otey corn- golfers on the Isthmus--was a d a.- haf-
felardin stole second and score the bined with Pitcher Robinson t overwhelming favorite. He wa Do' whilti mWM1 Atg a mI
by Cox. Fil smashed a grounder between ,And Ler-the be tho unr 6
Larry Boott. who also went the KuLsk and Otey that looked like the ham aoltet 1. A k V t w th
distance for the Montezumas on a sure base hit. Ot.ey saool teing to the -as.e Aaem ns wi
the m found pitched fine ball and the ballndeeepto his left;a c m5ubeole arCca oee top ..1bee & m meeting of the I Mi 50CC S .
-: gave up only six safeties, unable to retrack himself in time i ng b ca ou he r nnel tt e -ri
Path. d rite Ae4.b arted;
bal Meam as they handed on the hit and was there in time m"to the th green of the 3-h ent s contra ..r
eleague leaders a 5-2 set- to receive Otey's toss for the put honrw dropping the deci- imtdo taher ii el wil
I tartI Holder went the dim- out.. At the end of the morning 1 letd and other l -otuo 9 ', t, te'
ne s for ontez.ma" Juand Franc hole round, Lewterheld a one-up iT d tr Strai Ctrty m
theWottaa scoreless until the ,, margin on Hammond and It -0kAsecretary of th3 uaegu atrmuuwbda
ie t two *r save Fouh he xwy oinJ r Ve With sound, have t want to mt dl
rrisoal their oiO scores of tourn amed, hoing that est.a_
the contest Humberto Robin- MUNI and wi the torname.t.Ht.Thel006.Ma
D lorfMent ram. Mobe Mhinlr teranORain er10 series"e ra nease Us i fao rat e Nil
soe toed the slab aDl te way nd.Thm was Ml will beena e shown Lonowa- is ti h _- san a- s J. Mafl w 6
d M wUt. Bobbywan saootino aL1do time i February The ate wil 0 ' I t sa a te rllw
foe ilfuh onsg wina but FIRST f.0 Lthe lightning fast greens with oe rced l i tle Le a r hita tlr DIn Hh hi
ne, didn't quite make the grade. -istella *$1*I 4( oaken n in from al oer se and san a e ahg urytheno he nd fatal.h tl n Juergs n' ts r e sf l iteg nt M
S gh oA an o ana fielmus d sa1 enounement o as Jtior Coia '. wSchool V entrla .
"o rathe Yz e lgngd p and MRO-UD Ierlla$ 1n, 10and o p layoiseof$a2pro. Tsi nerey L r onvao om isannisi t bin nIn th ipe tod
wet tosecondw wen Gi llo 1l aa t $.4 1.0, T230 e match wtas oMkRpl all even at the d anW it thedb n TroTU wef dtali _f.t M
,I wthea knock, ani d 2---La eo $2.80 nas.r0. ...hhsnd o3. duAd- mJu ehe geai' Ititer ofk! lnv
au b ae edo3-2Do7n Sim t a.esfndorlthneall, a ngeu ws J or t hisn sirr .l d D nt
lehoI on Joe 8topan s base i---Diont $ 2.40. Lpwter "opened the door" te th-e1r raa "Iunntas he her oals so h lMDe

IntdovnrghYtf erltothir.Y TaegerC whiLewter bepeyed. On 29. d foor" aleo We ysiculuea- Davisa Me ..ce the io a
a TH mACE Hammorndotestelf as fame atnmforj Rfotu d uste atbetterrcheuice

1 dout to Le r ni a mn 1 40 bd a ete am tho s p 3 e I bee n *
t ri fl.d. o aesrFinr bles: ( iitella od brieflon the fi-st two holes of a r aa I a0iI fetr oie1 t e il t ik

e i t thmovrde k W s wio thi aIth- Rn 11) .boe1,n holeh w, ut lM ame s us w l Wl bet plays ",'f e!- ha $ e di hef neri eAnd6H" i lh or hunted and ob ley so nlathed ted through and lockeayit..ae h ae t wth the r e n b i n the chrampisp for L ws Or t
be sn in the rint ancen tie o trli csdat Ing .. n tn a ammondd c arde dod a b, el b m s bep
an Wo od thi a sharp singleatoT o ii ai Iwoeate in re o r Oteo ptf i e rlt

?moile Monlremmaskdep thei ,r-sNae) $4t7. prais antd compim n ts ofB the jlo a e duutcfAs

T h e l ed tanFMo tt L aenh u reea s: ( R o bi v c to ny ad c L e w t ae r a nd t he M citth usmbWe a t i b ittasl f r o m eh
t dfnie l thingY r to thi s o rde fTIn RACE 1o7r and fraternt aity for his th fol el- wrigh t fied-a lao teo ..oL
tllr o bas-t f-erani..nitrobI o $83,- $1 .40 $5.80. tema ndal whotl bo itpe *e h Cdfeoion-fthetither. "-

bu tndog the ased af teu 2- n l.0. oot bos wie inbdiator S to l wine-i Wah ince Ths Jubnior see ll raa .

buntn done 0 <--o N $.o0 tohent, oamend He had gue opened the 82.6a0n ont O f 1''flZ8
ed r Jee ued r heleBuddy Io ho aina n lt ee tlva-thewomthle h enoit bat." Y et usa t, 4 .
catch Roble atss rappedO Ou t NIt h Rbye OJen MTwo: ro- ahd on nR S un te ueor on1 a B m.u o 0, it go A-o k

ne a through h onRACE the aytt f ln $3 4 lub this deirsons nm-. n t
base hit t9 move Wood to third -aso Lelrteo) .0 $3.20. o. oplaS. lee on W

an thiller ground a dto a g. H e 3-t, $ 3.t0. In ahion ti otie fHe n c H oeu s

threw t oa C en ud t stimte t et Sy t pe t l s Inti n t sePa lnet i bd o T I
SowithWoof oming in to n Hoo Jr. $1 4.80, and 34-and the mat the o and payaets the Deaeian Curun- Trot f Larrnk was T F TeH NAT NA Lthe 0es s ii t -
re i n the play w Vire e aRidge i uher o $., .80. ( 8 .4 nament as h s ta0. .u a t ats and otPaoms ie wal Q l runne 6 .t l '" '
Srane o ast a nn Arer l s -Domino $10.60. mt mo nd wo n b a we o earned s ( Innr nme or themowr mtes 1 1e aa 1 a Dn-a -l es am go -e *
ohe Mon s as, oipt the ir o8-eth Rae Q inlela : S bin Victorye a ldLewtor t nre ed t, heJ u' Iar e I
gtrouned outas thoeypu shed two Rood, Jr.-yJieo)41 s praise ohutser as nene ver o lsstiCMorzdWiuhg N mbe ios teOf aw s Sad ugra. II
unable tooadvansethFiA o tb
t t cr ss InD the f o et nall urgeth. ItTH RACE greatsoing. ats she Ale t betwan lM ats de a e "A a

insca l tgooalnin i be u mos te ryl MU IM.M h IN IMgitt fio rHT N.m mMo n WMas be ShMol d ba M
S centerofield. Joe iStuopRd Vermont $2. Oen ta s the e etcherhis lousinC u e me tM .a m IM t
Iapd down a sacrificendas far the cbunt dhole d wiTth aA- tM as he gotethe Mc copM at Iod ays 4or'Wet M ,. .. 1
R4 theda mehead 2 -otOn- oPoergamin t w0, 111ning te.ng or Acn ee 40e $ pnn.80.

beendonep--NobNo2.um Hm also hadtuerpndath curting o tIMM Ito Priz It Mo2 thM.I J. le AnJJd L DM J
i rl Holder bunted and Robinson 2 Athos Rcser.

ourse as tr ball gamesrn n Mh tou- only IaMi u f ro I O H o

Lh gforstwehenmadr Mul thirst ap- onhithsfr shNomerIrun v $ 3 IM6 n eat Ma s m MMR le 8a d2 hi snt hea.oh sa tolrw oha n t

reliefrdawasriple 'Third.Mt Pri ze se mM M.M MM 3mEs 5 6 O $ 7, S CO
oI a e ai astte. Holere hadH RACE rMathe won over T. J. Hs years a In the "C" game at Diablo, L-
slidig st u breaming i La- Berte l0, 8comra i eat de Le itc I and a- nd ead the omslve a veritable field

d and Holr to second. ae- eond Doubles: (Pergamino- ilttlmore won the sixth flight with o day bin w hipri on wthe bS.. .Moys.fS1It
S groundhreeed out to Otey with Terry J.$941. plate while leading unique stye of t thing and tak

t t heMte offelocks opEIHth e a tGmeran to the stickman tor 3 evils C n cs ivNs -
t inson the final out of the --Welsh Locth $2.80. re vitoryHa M i nb atuel' y iple n tetreiMndta e I 1 S S S iS 4 M
I ame. Taut h. _. a: (Royal the sweetestrof Ua mreer.He wasoi "" ca tergory the I e 5i
SeliminatedeIn the finals lost year an all-out bat lev
n DThe lean Mottamen hurler setl by Johnny Macieurray, and in 'McArthurmen" at A he-S
Caa onrown pitching two-hit score- NINTH RACEo1947 and 1949 got as far as the School Field with Aneon eoppaa sst458 751
1. ill through the last five In,-D a-Microblo $13.$n.40.- c40. semt--finalsmbeforeubeingousted.the-decion, 4-3. 4 $
but the damage had al- i--iwn Power e4,se3.40. In addition to winning the Since the Junior Baseball
ebeen done. --Hnb Nob $2.0. tournament, Hammond seb had gue opened the curtain on 1ble$
der has been used strictly the thankless job of maintaining 1951 season over the week ed, Second Pr

sdn t rai-La uerte$7.S0,,3.20 .40. a bseball taree Job in Cex- hundreds t who are enrolled h i t
cund the plate all night. He c--.to twIndi $4.h0,$J.Jo. cement fashionMIs obvious. He won Junior Leagues. l
F~ the Mottamen offensive 3-Jee. ,8.0. the1trop5.1s erIestsrsedwasMnever nu.ad" I i ni as ssaI ci ...."
Stalled during the first eightin-inbettercondition.Aanturd ay a he ou r-ePatentsaregaespweil un's t- IsNs .-Ito

o'ly tIo nta an tour Innings sg their way with Plt"C 1 3 i t 5
tia while his team mats aided the Roux enjoying a4to0 eadh I. U es seA e isse ,ue ases ja I.f M
cause, collecting siL x hits to lead-6 into the fourth Innin when SL- -.- ( 1l
Cocoli by a 10 to 5 count. Other boa came to life hrng one ts r s t !se aass: at si. 1 lb
outstanding psefr.mers for P- on GonzAles' error. ma m ,sam m u il a'M
dro Miguel were filB. Twid- They rallied againin the lift ---- -- - -
dy. Hatchett and Mack. Johnny to score two more runs also an:
bind id ate for the losersMound duty In favor of
shwed S well """ -".
I the flin A oLf the e lost by a score of$ to bI w u fMill, ," .
news at the stick in the "B" really playing a ood brand of f VAMRA IW -
was only the Syom to coUect a the trippleheader. t,'aaw j^.Y. - .|l

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S LE Trailer. two wheel, ejc-
ke"y duty $120.00. Quarter
l. Curundu.
SLE 1949 Midland Marson
d segan WSW, Radio. Heater.
accessories. 10,000 miles, can be
ced. Capt. McCaffrey, Fort
it6yton, 87-5291 87-3217.
r-Hudson t4l door sedan. Nylon
..g severs. spot light. Green cole.
I* south (41 Door Sedan.
s 8 tires. Grey color.
41--Ferd 12i Door Sedan. Seat
.4 Good tires. maroon color.
SU -.lcIck (4) Door Sedan. Seat
tveas. Black color.
.1fn"6ulek & Chevrolet Distributor

,.6. Boats & Motors
RSALE: Outboard motor, new
1'9 0 Mercury 25 H P. complete
o boat hardware for outboard. 18
.ii* ebs brass screws I" number 8.
.Sijbstantially under list. Inquire
Ar. Cox. Cristobol Yacht Club

S .,;'.. Miscellaneo's
Y#vANTED TO BUY Odd pieces of
S". Rose Minton China, Phone Colon
1 or 48.
.1WANTED:-Winter woolen clothing
for one year old baby. Telephone
3-3445, Panomis.


class still open Balboa -YMCA
U.rsday 7:30 p. m. $20 00 Mar-
Sried couples Single $12. for a
three months course. Hamett &

*child go to Balboa high school.
Des your child hove poise' Groce'
'or is your child shy' Then why not
S'ft them enroll in our new dance
'class. See Mrs. Stevenson Balboa
S$9 for a three months course
i4wlce a week. Instructors Harnett

ND:-Smoll white and ton dog.
idOU broken. educated. Owner
call Panam 2-1268

NTED: West Indian nurse
id, must hove recommendation
.' "nd sleep in, Peru Avenue 58, up-


S tinned from Page FOUR)
n with the score 4 to 3 In
r of Ancon.
4loorton could not find the plate
proceeded to walk the first
men. Louis Charles relieved
lon and in grand style went
to strike out the next three

'Atching for Ancon was J.
, While Pitcher Harbor did a
job for Balboa with Cicero
rhind the plate. Hitting for An-
m were Captain Lambert Mon-
n, Arias. GonzAlez and
for Balboa, Pitcher Harbor
Srst Baseman Hutchings.
'Amor Fred Mead, popular "Pan
ido" softball manager, is as-
1 the Ancon coach in han-
he "B" League Blue Devils.
core by innings:
,&: on 275 1-15 5 0
bDibn 00000- 0 0 6
.Officials: Lovelady and Margie
dtrris, scorer.
Balboa 0 0 0 1 2 0 0-3 2 2
RAcon 0 4 O0 0 0 x-4 4 4
Officials: Rayborn, umpire and
d, scorer.

Pressing Hard -

Oukk Decision

I Red China
SUCESS, N. Y.. Jan. 22
L.,-The United States has
it clear that it will press
V quick United Nations-action
c Impose economic or diploma-
6 sanctions against Commun-
0 China.
AAmerican Delegate Ernest A.
pas told the United Press
it the preliminary resolution
Itred Saturday aims at pav-
the way for fast impostlion
itive punishment mea-
l e first-step resolution.
is likely to be passed this
,- eauls or the UN to con-
Peiping as an Aggresso,
Sto delegate its 14-member
tive measures committee
utnh an urgent study of
tional measures" to meet
Said the U S. would
the committee to get to
within a day or two and
back with cocrete pro-

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menltehl hMIglee. iNIRAL PAINT
COuP rel. 2-18$. ft 6"e.

SAVI $150.00
now Lelse III f
Sumitse Les f 2
Suuerit Les f 1.5
bullet in CMlhaeimsailion
Intomationtel Jewely Inc.
adjoining Intoereulowel Hotel
FOR SALE 30-06 Sporter Rifle.
Mahogany dresser, $25.00. maho-
gany desk $25.00. Mahogany side-
board $25.00. G. E. mixer. 3 spin-
ners $20.00. Phone 3-2412. House
170-C, New Cristobal.
FOR SALE-Piano, Chickering Grand.
Record player, 78 RPM. 3 arm
chairs, end table. Westinghouse re-
frigerator, 9 cu. ft., 25 cycle. High
chair. Electric fan, 25 cycle 14".
Vacuum cleaner. All in excellent
condition. House 811 1-2 Empire
street, Balboa. Phone 2-3333 any-
The Panama Canal offers for sale
to the highest bidder Buildings Nos.
459. 461, 474. 476. 478, and 480
,r Ancon. Sealed bids will be re-
ceived in the office of the Supply
and Service Director at Balboa Hgts.
until 10 30 A. M. on January 30,
1951, when they well be opened in
public. Forms of proposal with full
particulars may be secured in the
offices of the Supply and Service Di-
rector. Balboa Heights, and the
Housing Manager. Balboa 'Heights.
The new ABC HAIRDO. Fastest, sim-
list and most natural cold wave
for the latest 1951 styles. Your
permanent, an up-to-the-minute
haircut, shampoo and set all in-
cluded in the price of $10.00.
Hazel Engel, Vera Ong, Genell
Bliss. Phone 4-557.

18th. 1951. 1.227 pries. You
can't miss.
FOR SALE:-Beautiful Thayer baby
carriage, balloon tires. Excellent
condition, like new. Twenty dollars
Call Balboa 2-2663.
FOR SALE:-One boy's gray flan-
nel suit, size 6, one gabardne
jacket. 2-3579.
FOR SALE:-Lionel Electronic train
in perfect condition, with several
extra parts. Very reasonably
priced. Tel. 3-1948, Panama.

FOR RENT: House, 2 bedrooms.
completely furnished, Golf Heights
Available for 2 months starting
March 1st. Telephone Panama 3-
2006 or 2-1033.
FOR RENT:-Chalet, furhshed, 49.
4th lot July Aye..3 bpdrogs, Iyv-
ingroom, dininflroom, k i t c h en,
porches and garage. Call Ponoma
2-1107, 4:00 to 6:00 p. m.
FOR RENT:--Comfortable chalet. 15
Street No. 32, Son Francisco de la


MINTS. Furnished two rooms suite
recently decorated. Contact office
on premises building 8061. Apt. 2.
Telephone 1386, Colon.

French Communique

Reports Heavy Loss

By Viol Minh Force
SAIGON, Indo-China, Jan. 22
(UP) -A French communique to-
day announced that a mobile
French column supported by
warplanes had routed a large
Viet Minh force in the Sontay
sector about 30 miles west of Ha-
noi, Inflicting "very heavy loss-
es" on the rebels.
It added that similar strikes
had been made in the foothills in
the vicinity of Pulang Thuong. 30
miles northeast of Hanoi, break-
ing up several Communist con-
centrations and causing casual-
ties among rebel units.
French patrols were said to be
active throughout Tonkin Prov-
ince in northern Indo-China.
The communique said that in
Cochin China a group of French
parachutists and infantrymen
fought their way into rebel-in-
fested swamps west of Saigon and
destroyed a French "Hellcat"
fighter which crashed there Fri-
day. The pilot had been rescued
earlier by helicopter.
It was said that 10 miles out-
side Saigon a French unfikilled
14 rebels and captured 48 others.
comprising an entire rebel band.
French patrols reported today
they had counted more than 1500
corpses of Viet Minh rebels
sprawled on the battleground
above Vinh Yen, where the Reds
last week launched their greatest
offensive of the five-year-old

posals as soon as possible.
Asked If that meant the U. S.
was thinking in terms of such
measures as an economic boy-
cott or diplomatic sanctions,
gross said definitely yes.

Our MIRRORS decorate
No. 4, 16 Bast St. TeL 2.Mt6

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asllbn Marine

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Willam Sunto Clara Ch on
lw dmreons, electric' rr'
hon. goL a Eem Sho .W
boo 2.3050. Exept Wek-^dfcd


RAMLICH'S Santa Clara bek.
cottages, furnished, electricity, .'0
frigeration, moderate rates. ,
Gamboo. 6-541 or 6.300. '

Pbillips. idact, cottog. ersto (,iet
Box number 435. Balboa.
Panamo 3-1877 or Cristaboal 5

FOR SALE:-Eleven Venetian BiOida
taor two bedroom four-family h ,
one 9-foot Westinghouse re@*r;i-
otor all porcelain, worth new uhl
House 507-D, Cocoll.
FOR SALE 3 electric fans. 25 Cy.
cle; 1 Upright piano; II Ven l6oa
blinds; Westinghouse refrigerator,
years old, 25 cycle; 2 Violins, I
French Horn; 1 auto-harp; 2 elc.
tric clocks; Cabinet for under aNve;
sewing machine, treadle; I pr. Iou?
vers. Telephone 2-23.34, iHpus
1 560-B Calabash St.
FOR SALE Philippine Rattan, d.-
cellent condition. Will sell indlvid'.
ually or in set. 0584-C, Mindil
Street, Ancon.

FOR ,SALE:-Servel Electrolux ice
box, 8 ft. Letherette lounge.
House 119, Apr. A, Jadwin Ave.
Gamboa. Tel. 6-177.
FOR SALE: Bargains. Complete
household furnishings. 25 cycle oil
porcelain refrigerator, washing
machine, clocks. Philippine Rattan
dining set. coffee table, 2 small
tables, 2 small chairs, IdhIps, n r-
rors, irons, ported plants, steel
cabinets, work bench, steel lock-
er, pots and pans, silver ware.
Quartermaster single beds, 2
chests of drawers, table. Wooden
bed frames, 2 single and 1 double.
Hassocks, hand carpet sweeper,
telephone table, aquariums, Xmas
-tree ornaments, golf clubs, bowl-
ing balls, portable radio, sewing
machine, etc. etc. Make us an of-
fer. House 359 France Field,
phone 37-88-717. Home all day
balance of week,
FOR SALE: Bendix washing ma-
chine, 60 cycle, like new. Must
sell, moving to Balboa. Terms
accepted. House 2169-B. 8th St.
Curundu. Telephone 83-4270.

Real Estate
FOR SALE- Two story building.
downstairs cement, upstairs boards.
1.000 M2, good* condition. rea-
sonable price, in Via Belisario
Porras, San Francisco de la Cale-
to No. 151.' For information ap-
ply same house- downstairs
FOR SALE: Cool weather in the
house and land. All conveniences,
mountains. Completely furnished
house and land. All conveniences,
$1.000 Liberal cash discount. Tel
Balboa 3447.

Registration Opens

Next Week for hl

School' at la Boca

-Registration for the second se-
mester of night school at La Bo-
ca Occupational High School will
take place oh Monday, Jan, 29.
from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Class
sessions begin on Thursday, Feb.
1. and meet on Mondays and
Thursday until May 24.
Courses which are being tan; it
during the first semester a.id
which will be offered again Pr.:
woodshop. auto mechanics, begin-
ning and advanced tailoring. bP-
ginning and advanced dress-
making, homemaking. ,business
English elementary English, nnd
beginning and advanced type-
It is hoped that classes can be
organized in cony e rs a t o n I
Spanish for beginners. Spanish
grammar for those who can speak
Spanish. advanced shorthand fur
those who have completed theory
and wish to develop more speed,
beginning and advanced book-
keping. elementary ecnoom!(rs
and business law and business
mathematics. These and other
classes can be offered if at leaat
15 register and pay for the cours..
Tuition is $4 per semester for
classes meeting one hour a night
two nights a week. For cladses
meeting two hours a night the
tuition is $8. Further information
may be obtained at the office ouf
the La Boca Occupatlonal High

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o moment then swallow slowtv -
feet its powerful effective o&ttlr
spread through threat, hea nd
bronichio- tubes. Coughing pan'
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Red 3rd Army Forces

Head South In China

HONG KONG, Jan. 22 (UP)-
Chinese mainland reports quot-
ed Chinese Communist troops
arriving in southern China ai
saying that 10,000 men of Gen-
eral Chen Yl's Third felde Army,
arrived at Hengyang en route
Hengyang is 270 miles north
of Canton.
Troop informants are quo tb
as saying that troops of the
Third Field Army had been w.-
riving there since early this
month, and .belief was expressed
that they might reinforce Red.
troops reportedly earmarked for
a drive Into French Indlo-China.

Seven Die As Jap,
Boat-Hotel Sinks
TOKYO. Jan. 32 (UP) The
press reported today that seven
persons died and 24 others were
injured when a 130-ton floating
hotel sank in Yokohama.
An official said 423 persons
were aboard the vessel at the
The vessel was used as a hotel
for stevedores and transit lab-

Relish your

meat dishes

with .

p,:# Cik

Capt C. STU4AT
Jr., son of Cta.,
Townshend l
now serving -wit
sion of the 0h
Army near SuWeI, i .
Capt. Towtelocd ltM d -
tobal High Scool -a-
mary grammar son o-
lanta Side, and
Pennsylvania SttWa n Noi In
1940. in petraoeum a14. i-
gineering. After hIl- re
year at college he' W t t. a
year to make three r und
the world as an able nd
quartermaster with tL e Ztan
line, He then returned to' aJn
his degree.
Townshend served wlth thrn-
niclpal Englneertng Der bt
In Orlatobal 4a a junior el irm-
gineer until Feb., w%.Vb he
resigned to enlist ta the- as
a private. H wa sent Vr-
my to George W lashl ,.wivl-
ersity. Carmegie Te U ,eu UM
schusetts Instittte... Teebhn-
logy t4 take advahrd'courses ir,
engineering. He the .attended'
005 and, after his graduation,'
was sent to the Pacific are,'
where he landed in Japan with
General Douglas MacArthur.
Capt. Townshend was given his
regular Army commission in 1904
and was assigned to 0-2 In Tokyo,.
where he attended 1he University
of Tokyo to study Japanese. Be-
cause of his knowledge of that
language, which. is known .by A
large- number of Koreans, he wag
assigned to the 5th South Korean
Army in November of last year.

Indian Offkials

Beny Pearson Rumor

Of War In 90 Days

WABHINOTON. Jan. 22 (UP).-
Radio commentator Drew Pear-
son.. In his usual Sunday night
broadcast, claimed that Indian
Prime Minister Jawharlal Nehru
bad been advised by the Indian
Ambassador in Moscow that 'he
Soviet Union was preparing to
launch an all-out war In 90 days,
but this was discounted here by
Indian officials who expressed
considerablee doubt" at the vera-
city of the report.
Pearson said Nehru had ro-
qeived the report from Ambas-
sador Dr. S. Radhakrishnan, wn'
attended the regional meeting of
Indian Ambassador in Paris. ovqr
which Nehru presided last week.
Indian officials here said they
had no direct information on.
what Radhakrishnan had told
Nehru, but their general infor-
mation on the- Paris meeting
gave no indlecaion that such a
report had been made Nehru.
While the possibility of war was
discussed. Indian officials said,
they were "quite certain" that fit
any Soviet attack comes, it will be
In Europe rather than in the tFar
Rast. They said their discussions
,with Russians here disclosed that
Soviet officials consider Korea
and other Asian issues "ves 7
muigh secondary" to the issue of
Allied plan to rearm Germany.

DuHes Seeks Jap
Treaty Continuing
U.S. Occupation
- United States Ambassador
at-Large John PFoster Duiea
leves for Tokyo by air
: Utne aP Japaene. support
trat9 tha would it-
r. m to remain W
geooss to mg a to Jaum
TW. VCO. Ae 0* a

BIWated .th
,I'aMteonth ov
that the
= eusiv4
at tni
d broadcast
b0tlt charges
-ed to Britdh
pys in Moscow
inkt it mRuiaia
thEnaotes that
ew violated their
with the Soviet
4, Ithe AtlaniIC
to the rearm..-
1 qeeret to any-
11 AtlanUc Al-
IWIst the Io-
h people's ac-
es said.
SLn and Prance
lupowscence to
f erlnhny was
a Agree-
S -Anglboviet
Mutual AsMsst-
Ree replied to

the fi rstit'Jaiaa. by stating
that thbt"c Treaty ws
"strictlyiaj y usai
In sM ti is ususa smJ
that "a U'- 0 I404 by the Gov-
emmentr (an Britain)
are cont o- t. he North
Atlantie wS is a closed
group=.l A &es. The Soviet
Union a eo ,,qt the great, pow-
ers of the ttiler coalition i
not taking at., and this group-
ing bearn obviously aggressive
"Measures now being under-
taken wittN'apect to West Ger-
many by theNot h Atlantic Al-
liance giv freh.nfirmation of
the aggressive p!cyof the Uni-
ted States Brita and France."
the notes adid
At the reepanieiplgn lnlisters
meeting n Nw York. the notes
continued, %,-. agreed that
German buld tallke part in tht
Atlantic Padc A!my.and later the
North Atiandte. un!ll unanim-.
ously calleator o peora +A!ks
with the West German govern-
m.ent. .. I .-
,. "Al. th faO .iugopoja" bly
prove that'J e, d
te Utd i tal s are pgesenody
atlrSed in restr a regnua,
an Army In Wpt .many
a are organizing a military a.-
lianceof the North Atlantic coun-,
trils with Germany against t11.
Soviet. Union and the people's dd-

Fanner 'Sorts Ow

F1 y wien -Iv*

Sddnly bRiurs
QAGE CITY Kan., Jan. 21
(UP)-- George Nell, 60 dorted
ut members of his famil an.
friends for the firat time in el'
'p-rs 'inlghtat hb farm
near Vasar. Kan.
light in one eye returned to
'Nelll suddenly. It came ack u0a*
assisted. since he as ner gon
to a doctor for treatetit br dboe
anything to restore his sight since
a harness buckle blinded hisright
eye In 1932. He Jost the sight ef.
his left eye earlier after opera*
tons for cataracts failed.
"It kind'of scared me at first,"
1qNel said. "I'm. still az littlgfraid-
this new freedom won't last."
Nell's right eye began to func-
tion Wednesday but he .MWt.h;s
reborn sights secret briefly, Ven
from his wife.
e simply walked into the house
and eat down beside her. .
"What's that red thing'on the
floor?" he asked.
Without thinking. Mrs. Nell:
replied: "It's a stooL" The iv-I
portance 'of what her hufbalnd
had said didn't impress her At
Nedll went outsalde and looked
't the whitt picket nce around
the yard. Then he gazed at ill
red'barn with the white doer and
studied a rockrimmed flowrbatl.
"When did you make this flow-
erbed round?" he called to Mr.
Then she began to get SUaPlUI"
ous. One question led to another
and finally she rushed. ot and
"George, you can see." .

Sailfish Club
Lists New Hours
For Serving Meeds
N lnnmag tomorrow the Pel"
flIallfish ClUb will
*rM 10 an. to 11 pA. d .a
Ideat Charles Jaoio r. M

- Alaoe P

W"e T"ur

y mqu

at 5 p.m. ,odw, .

SEng50eer" B.ui 50

Homes Daily In PuertoRieo

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (UP) aelf, a thriving
-A South Carolipna engirmer virtually put the world's laml
came to Puerto Rico about two slum out oft u fa K
ears ago and built more .than lous l
6,000 single unit homes at a 50- ng asr
a-day clip, using a pro0es I he moving into tbhs40i other j
designed. houinwr devealopwnts na th
He Is busy again op another ap Jua area,.
oject which may make U. B. M an tun nMw pe iveb
ruitders sit up and take-notide. Puerto Nuevo new, ith
Within a fourteen month neighborhood shops, hach'
span, he will have Ast =d
inlsahell four bgk hotelp1 a tOchurches d a
iment buildings, each 1aS.tore t a.
high, as well as another 4,200 in-law ioaalWas ..4",
-story "duplex" homes to ac- aiPMd byLong t i4 m
plodate 25,000 Puerto 'ican aroom s ca be
people. extra wM a d to a mi
ie will give employment to a floor.
labor force of 10,000 peo9ie ia day Will1 erto w -ooAt
.d spend about 3Qiu00000 oMY, Lonm g n woff on-4note
e mass building program, $17,- u ing vw h
000,000 for labor alone i pace th t a
He will be able to rent air- induBtrial devos ent e rl.t
eonditloned apartments,- com- It 1i the operateo boni
plete with electric cooking range, eAMP It 4. buni" bl*
refrigerator, hot and. cold wa- m.brou pn owat i
ter and all the fin with a trial plaI to 1te sland- ..
swimming pool- P.-in,' Otatw Prets A
'frg average of $75 a month. w 's --
The "duplex" homes wil have work
ap tments for three bedrooms
Fhen and bath and wil a rent o n li'*
for $45 a month.. t tue of 121, .84i
He's L,. D.. LoAng of ,harle ofte',
: C., one of the fualest-mnovat ion Piedri
uide; in U, a. construUlioni C m ty,
Matory.Unheralded, he cwa to nt a
Ban amn t 148, mpt dowin a uBS
mLore than $l,000,M1m 0 i 0 ite e tM hom
acres for a subdivisio known m as 1 if .
Puerto Nuevo..ratae4 another $3, ; -
000 fo000 er constrction eqWlp- 4 s



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. C orrespea t) .
r 7.: "Dear Walter; ey. wba
Was a hel of a column. If M
rorts onw 1'e
excited. Aut honestitt in a an
but the 6nsal a.-Ao&
S.reards. = Z. bo y* ...
ernor: I hope you know I efferf and
IrtUdMin a respectful manner. .
!, s la. Central ea: "ar Wate: pan-
Dewey Is one you should never M most
you could do. Amazing what a cowldo to
You say the Gov't has a defense pla J.t the
forbids.kA ey from havy th at
vder stop Roosevelt from sen f.l ly
ma" v ways you are like Truman, It
a do-nothing,*acaotding to Trtp s
ou do not approve oh boyl You are
times than you think. No two con-
S W, m M Pope, Principal."

.tt o ah onM 'glarng error. Ike does take a d. .w and
jthtL.-TB U. SwOpe _
Walbtfst "Dear Mr. Winchell: Because yp rI pts -
o .re facts have not b
f!IM" = h otlws: "The recurrent-o
,n- l e.pliation o some pelstE LI ._-
.: ilJM -v sea) are veterans. Ml dl al ,..WQ tt"e __ 'a.

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atud i udment. However, there s a .that would be betd

Newr 'Congratulations," wires J. Bates of IKenyon a
fekhi thmmyJto Richard isponsor)4. Hudnut, "there ace a
radio p7fram boast a Aow point rise versus television.
NeW terk: "My secretary Just returned from a cruise to Gua-
tamala oft tkIed Frudt ship, the Veragua. She reports that tb*
offIcers ita on duty) drupeda what they were doine, to listen
ch day eight. whn you say, 'and all the ships at sea,'
t la t rally true. Tom Velotta. American B'casting Co."
iMae, Mia: "Thanks & for your. re-assuring news. of faith M1
ourselves, on your newscast. of New Year's Eve. Seems to me thae
what we needed-that we eeuld succeed. Thanks so much for
Wish I could have It pinnt, tMrs. tlorece Rees."
Think you Mrs. America. Olrl Friday has it in the air malt
N-w IfAli "l assume you saw the big ads I the papers (I
Time mnlwitluh paeetlefly seed your e dcit words: Are
must "F.taUM .mt fath kI themsemlvesi Walter, you can't
enough ut fl ta The people need encouragement. Clao
Ooebbels almost lck us with their clever propaganda. whb
was minakEs irrift Imoas into our minds. And now malk a
Wul W-eNi amrseMW oemlng the itreetl All best. Jeff C. Wales..'
Peoria, a.! "You were one of the first to recognize the hRe
Menace In the U, and you have been one of the staunchti
antl-ComuMzilstethis .qoutry. Therefore, this puzzles me. It
i .your duty as a u rtr to PUhe public informed. This In-
formation must fal Into wae realm of criticism, which helps keep
our country the place It is.. .But why do columnists review olama
bookse.. dominated by Cifiny-frfters?.. .You reported tha
Sceran play paid back Its backers. Why write about a jlt-
reportefdy written bF R]edsmwathlWrn? Would it not be be6t4
to Ignore them? I do not wis mv name used."
Author Irene Kuhn dealt with the matter in her article fi
American Legion Magazine, which .criticized some book critic
i N. y.

New Tort: "I sent your column on Congressional robes (t
ame forgottn) to my Repmesentetx F. D. Roosevelt. Jr. He
plied W that a very few of ur allegations have some b
ofI fact. but many are entirely Wrfeg This fact alone (said I
Jr .' d M er adV me to tead very little credence to W
Wuxai" msays.' He as wrote that newspaper reporters. 'd
Srave InJutle when they fall to check with authentic sour
May lae mt men a nd wotn have been hung on the all
fa !aewZ aper headline.' .hoerey. Sylvia Lanler."


M lam a- a$ 1"paW eeren or* hs o e *'the Psm. AA"

It m epla ae ano M damt he pomm ef i s doesn't appmse
.M4e. W Us" am p 4 p anaIN a,, o wn,, a ,,e

7%i W- p ainsosew5Ibll et bstm sits atpfn

Fn cnD WmW American irWs have venereal d
ase:; one hundred thoand
aIsbos L. a appear every year Into
Atll Miter? N iay; one millionllegtImG
B wt tn harbors three tims uas
repreN Ot a college student
tit e^ Is6 |e la eommttdl
Uia ower ti; ty-two seconds; an
at liudey Wimp!- glin; GeItod ta iult or rae evy
of tJeee iw en o n'tt murder every forty i
tIa "ly; two out of
a adlte, both men and

d.tkad: a a nation we W
aboUt seven hundred fift

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Some of U^E^p",fuJir
weary wM lt"rittia^ _
our afidlpi _l ta thm
inner sanotda I S Td-
IyI serswho pA br-
tomatically oany str-
tegy they. ; t oek
circle, didn't t. But this
week somxethn imrred wth'
splashes that, a wih
A few hours b this wat
written, a ate su. Office
daringly left f prtiO four$
front uncotevet Ad defed the
grime of us ot-ratures b
covering the iN t -
New York's PiWer, to be exact.
He was sate taat doubt-
lessly tortuous k to the west
side Jungsne by W. French Se-
cret Police.
Apparently t rench had
picked up, on own docks,
some of the anti-Communist
leaflets our A lunshommen
have been and stuffing
Into eargoe _d = for free
Europe, M, and
IRuanC a.- il m and you,
at their oawa animal expense
for paper, Ink, mashinery and
headquarters U te
This w ,hole. altiCom
mnunist aatlvtyw out of the
boycott of @MW- Mstve labor
goods we starteti4 Atlanti:
Recently the Ite oh police
sent word to the American Em-
bassy in Paris -tht they were
quite pleased wit What we were
doing and eoild our govern-
ment get o .drw. s opwers to
pick up and toite Duxleme
Bureau. Ienf Of pwrooviet
leaflets the ne inomle ship
loader were 1SU ng out of
their ports
The Kmwaus contacted the
State Dept. AW. gee of our di-
plomatic ourt Ws dispatched
to the West wae Street head-
quarters of thUetP ttion Leaf-
let." He tcrrtW4 Ou boys were
preparing re~~d ttf for the
Yuolava Chinese port
workers f to ow those al-
ready sent to Fance, Germany,
Italy, OGreece at some of the
emaIl natlon t g them that
the Amerirel wot na Joe thinks
this is a rt aMt flew land.
Of course, our boy told the
ssasry from the other side of
t track what we had been do-
ing and peVrM to work with
the goviem but that's ex-
actly what wre been trying to
for for alx months. The only

e t and ot activities
o ti c tau effort. s waa
S TsM a th th= e taMre
euiltagtw ,then4 fovrlreat
any .h oll c n d they lM Wre

eamen for r00 leed.
at i ta the ti o place?
Thure wu similar ae
when we worked they oer
ao thusN capai and tr
eat off 8. materials tlomSAW
ftviteUd "Workers" Armte,
Thee was the ao
mportne when. for eotahti w
naehen v for 10,00as wka
bae anrd manuaesafr r a
Sthe Natonal An; of
yE was an who ior
:Ir tratee material fMrh tle enemy. hp
V ,f canCy. In eSaef for
FpW own businesss" Th e a
iores of other exportersao
mpoters who, through their
juMi ntt0. have asked the
'et for yes and no an-
iu tN wrtlnhle ac s to what
anUev was and who is our
i. They've had no satlt-
Slwfr Willard Thorp. i
Stt ,* Becy. of Btate for
M Affairs.
of these exporters can
deument the fact that failure
aenv such oolley can injure
Smibitarily. They reveal that
o. n Akron mamufactur-
Sla and constant
e for rubber loves from a
uelan moorter. He need-
St h obstetril r:e-
ut the porter ble-
heek closed that enough
4. had been ordered to de-
M" eogb babies to Mwp that I

Itms wase4 argon
notttvd the Ootrnmnt.
I months yr later, F'rn l ,

rBecaue this Airs tip
.. te iovery of a Ntai rng
treogbvout e outh
activIt ias plcastig
With treavy water.

f a reerte's sj-Mt-
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Tax Hopry.


S Y-ORK.-"Taxing until It hurts" Is a re-.
at" tam r phrase, sine I never knew a man
a wA t pleas when d# ly I hoPped
f me hip pockets, but as an dlviuayou
[ M IT easto resent the use of that phrase In
iayf Truman's mouth.
e man wants another 16 billion extra. This
fthe axmui tax nut to beyond" TO bUbon
6 : Z am am individual Youare an inMam.-
SAnd e la Harry Truman.
b eoent M~dgetiseech Mr. Truman has
e the people to par .another neessity
auk outlay Iga trdet i meet the
l, deman o ovm t and. defense. I
acot d. but hi this Ia Wce ant
Untaimous Includes Mr. Trumab wh nk
eoft a cabsh grab of 50 lovy 0-boaes em s al
every 4u0aous ttwsanotllar bills beae
they are uIect neither'to scutiy, _ORout,
nor the Itching palm of tht Bueau of ntemal
This is a fee the gamblers dsbrib M "of the
top," meaning that it l etipu ln 1Mae, coarse
bills and therefore Is notb fae. te .to tht l ..
It is the exempt tip they voted NAm4'e ft
Gf years bak, and whiob b eae n orse
The way we heave the scraLth tOr, ,
not care it they par y W*
cause the lumps of b .eig nM- dMa &d a
bi salary. They an give az'otr ft 4lon
In expenses. It needed, and no qignwk. 2ut tax
him they must.
As the symbolic man as-tetr Amrica, as
the Leader, the ces. the uMw L of us the
felow ha jusjatuak t to lM.he -0e
laws that govern us a, or adt tath .-A _
ican can subsist on his eaullg. H t ql I
are to be taxed until It hrts, t n h -
man has some aches -lnea. Pit.ak- i
Ing that tax-free. ,t.o .1 VeaWe

Democrats In C
Inn to discuss t
tion governme
pc werful sent
Democratic ehi
ion of distin
rruman's Cabi
The movemne'
ready gained a
advocates of oo
the White 1
the reluctant ?
If nothing ell
are at least a a
PolUtlcal crisis
Ing Democrats.
;ress. rarely hb
ubllcans name
now. It Is beca
way to attain 1
ire convinced t
fllI unity Is
By 1940, Preos
greater nation

her caused al
effort to be ta

a national coa
By this meat
or his great
rhen TWe t
a-culous to wor
his country.
To be sure, tl
ot mean ha

moderate nan,
ry, had cont
nrlp; and Uh
Otent. T% a.
iltion b 0
At least mea
ational o tf

Tax Ike

1 %.: Iio tett_

- w he receivers tion to his salmar
& | t and '- subject to the 1
"aco_ e.,a every bodyf lW I
ydrawn a aW, toa _5fit of aagt (

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tMsaOw money fat V
salary, expense afpbte t c .ai
trains, cars, lane. No-
body else alive ca p t much from
eM-sod income nt on sttue, AMtt
which the bean'M M .tt to Iea rm

howsr. w'o wa4.' ANim
he me.boutit Ji... L
per eentde ctS
regu .urumust
Nth Trum'a
sewer'e / Mk-iIptarier 5,
a gross Inst to
aU tades, p P f W m told ^ taJo .

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The National Coalition

By Joseph and Stewart AlsO -
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)N In etent e s leading moved. In the event of Dean
Dangress base Nn et- ." Achesop. the to
he ia ell- offer the. ecrethryship ~Justice
nt Lto~~ In- I"_. tube PFred Vinson. Despite I t
Bi aent .. __ record of public .
Sittaws t ea; tAcheson's the

oue. to ir n Aceton ever aesq

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dnit.k.t for The trouble are aoU laNt hPresidena
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la -ns.-
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Es pospuesta i

par, pintar puss
El Ministro de Obhes bluks,
Ing. Manuel V. P&atifo ha
In ormado quoe lsftl pa-
rs Ja pintura de IS .opueries
entre- Ro Hato y Dflvsa l cap
so debian celebrar. f a las
1i0 a.m., ha shdo pra
itan s a la de-
bidt al duelo -r la I
muerte del Juan
A. Oauad. "' .- ".
Todom loa Intioeogeas pden
presenter sum pruu494 uia-
ala e Iam 9 idei
pabo del AMd i` .: Obrar
Piblcas. .

a1S-.@,1-1. 01 C:a-

Ay.p.': '-, 6 l Go-
el migulente

(is Ido 1951)
SS horse' "la me-
0o da"tELJUAN

. tUtaidoa a la Asam-
tal de Pana-
6 la OflIcnas de oe-
,Oqmandante Primer
,Ou o de poltciae Nsa-
.Ibv!edo Etreordlnario
WRO: .-Ilpot-clarlo en
tpBul ante loa Oo-
dt Oran Bretafia, mran-
St Bouador y PerO.
1bronel JUAN- AMO-
VIZADO fu mlembro
Ii del Cuipor de Bom-
i Panama y dedic6 los
safld doe su ida Il ser-
0 a t bmemnktt lunti-
di cul fu6 Coman-
flmer Jefe dtrante va-
0 e. Inspector General
iama hast el moment
AMBo, y
SvId ejempilar doe ate
nidaedanuen eraMctr.l_

.ndntase d of amlenito del
*Pae a ise A a Cel. So

T sdos los oficinas
publics cerraron
durantehoy lunes
El Decreto del Goblerno Na-
cionql deeurando duelo nacto-
nal durantq lo dias 21 y 22 do
los corrientu con motive act
fallecimiento del Director Ge.,
nbaal de lam Cuerpos de Boat
beros de Is Republica, no *-
vuelve la paralizacl6n de las
activldades privadas ImitAndo.
Be al clerre de las oflcinas pfi-
blicas durante el dia de ha.
Ai pues, los diae 21 y 22, h
estan dentro de los dia sefia-
lados por la Ley como dias DO
Todas las ofleinas piblicas y
eacuela pOblicas y privedam, a-
sl como lae Instituclones e al*
aut6nomas permanecleron ce-,
rrades durante todo el dia d
hoy, al igual que los ban-c.n
one se solidarizaron a la pena
de la nacl6n.


QutCe tWS ontes se estE

concmetn dopara tratar

aplastar el Octavo Ejercit

Sin encontrar resieteneta los allHdes capture
tre ciudades, entire ella, Osb6 e IncHe
TOKIO, Unero.2 (UP) e'
Informal qua el' 4 .lntto Om-J i .Ci
nisa Chinade dt nu .lo r. n at .
LL. -t ...a. in..

aIn on Suon, a IT muas ae
Soul entr 8awan y alnouete de
Supon. Tdo parece Indlwa quoe
Supos .!ignlta% so smtan
conentl do ea imaa part an
ataque fatal contra lti fuer-
zea del Octavo trclto, que es
encuentran dispemase on laI 4oa
principles carratera al sur, a
rav6s de Osan e Ichqn, qe con-
dUcen a Isa abeo doeasya de
Pusan en et sure de C oea.
Lea troops saneteanas captu-
raron un ao deaterlqm Je en
las afuers ala ur de WoUu, en
ai via g de e9ape ea m a otaf. a
Bobaek, pero Tueron forados a
retirarse ayer por ei nutrlo fue
go do lam fueaem comuatAs que
se encontraban atrlncher eqq
Ion cerros que domkmn el tamPo
Las fuerms do la Nacions Unl-
(Par a lIs pAOl 86, coL 4)

len grpmI

adadm de

I Up numerous grp
Solados de la 6 WlMa
rI sacto de p e
'en la ALmbles
rante las horas do
edIr a los hoporables
rAprobalda de un
ley Aeentado por el
nAard o Gonil lH.
de estoo h6roe de la
SEI'proyeto del dip#s
ricano dapone quo Ix
que deveongasb W m
Is independena en i 1e
gar d)Q equlvale ntso -a
actualmente ee lecVq
(Pame a IsAg of

Sentido homenaje nacionjI'4

tributa al Director de lam

Bomba don Juan A. GU
Mmar e.s ote ron orr4 #I*
al S^S^ibw Pfeo uap5S9

bKM do It& w

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ft de a C4e sp9
Juello, Lla. Juan Me
(Pacs a la FAgiaseU

Una orde xsi

fue xpedlida

e, VtreaiM0 .. eun qdnrtOs
panit en matehsa lenitamOnt
dade Is Iglula MetropaUtona
of aoJo foebre que o ar -
w ,l =r =,t del Coroggl
r' flwnr GuizOado, Tunds-
dor y Director General de los
Onerm de Bomberos d s ,1
Bept ltca, ex-Comandante dOa
Cuerpo de BombrM de Pas-
mA 7 de -la Policl Naclonal,
quien fIaecl6 a la una de las
tarde do ayer domingo en la
Clinica Ban Fernando.
Los restos mortales del Co-

B gdvqer en la Catedral Metr.pl tana

o Cuerpo dc
di6 la eigulont
al tww~~
tedrg mad

I osvm
da do -

de o21 &
Por isla
m.urte d

de lai Cuep-o r
nores ad ie Gl nr
dnerpo e
Que sal Mo dis b
lleci6 on ~a cttdat "14
rondl don Juan Antonio JX
zado, Director G ener
Cuerpo de Bomberos doe
mA e Inspector General
Cuerpoa de Bomboers de
pubUe:. i,
Que el Coronel don Anan
tonio Gulsado fue m leI
fundador dei CuerpDo
beros de PanamA. habten
gido po esfuersm M
propioa d e d e bqMbero
hasts Comandante
(room a is mr Cg I

Habra testit '

en benefaldo d

una giarderia

Un grandloso fekhs al
mado a beneflet dea R
Infant del Club Intar-ain
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mafans en la noIs e en -
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En la tarde de yer, Panama se conmovi6 con
'a dolorosa noticia del sensible fallecimiento de un
o ciudadano que fue ejemplo de buena volun.
t y de inquebrantable espiritu de servicio pd-
el Comandante Juae Antonio Guizado.
Los meritos del extinto, como caballero y co-
smo Jefe de una benemirita instituci6n-el Cuerpo
de Bomberos de Panami-estin en la conelencia
doe la comunidad, habiendo traspasado las frbnte-
ras de la Patria cuando la obra del ilustre compa-
.trita se proyeet6 en various pafses hermanos, con-
tribuyendo a fundar organizaciones similares a la
muestra. Su nombre esti vinculado, pues, a mag-
fficas y nobles realizaciones dentro de la Repdblica
y fuera de ella, en las cuales dej6 su marca de ab-
negaci6n y de trabajo el esclarecido var6n que aca-
be de Ilegar a la meta de la vida despubs de una
large y prestigiosa jornada.
K La figure del Comandante Guizado no necesi.
I ta de la exaltaci6n especial porque esta arraiga-
da may hondo en el coraz6n panamefio, en donde su
Snombre encontrari siempre un remanso de admi-
rac6n y de recuerdo. Quihn no habri de pensar en
61 cuando nlas sirenas de alarm anuncien un incen-
dio y llamen a los hombres de las camisas rojas
al cumplimiento de su sacrifiemda y generosa mi-
Don Juan Antonio Guizado, uno de los funda-
dores del Cuerpo de Bomberos en remotos afios y
Ss Comandante desde 1912 hasta 1950 ha sido, es
y sera un simbolo pra los Bomberos de toga la
R epfblica, los cuales tendran en su memorial el
mejor estimulo y el mas noble ejemplo de compa-
dt Sero y de jefe que habra de guiarlos hacia la cum-
1.e" bi del triunfo que 161o saben conquistar In Bornm
~ Jeroa con sacrificios y luchas mwltiplicadas entire
1 las contingencies y el calor de las llamas.
Las virtudes reconocidas en el Comandante
Guizado, especialmente su ecuanimidad y su eleva-
do concept de la justicia y de respeto a nlas ins-
titueiones republicans, contribuyeron sin duda a
lqiUe en 1932 fuera Ilamado a ocupar el cargo de
Cormandante Primer Jefe del Cuerpo de Pollefa Na-
Sctional, en moments en que habia ain en el pafs
kielertas inquietudes y temores de orden politico. El
nombramlento de Guizado bien pronto apacigu6 los
Sa6imos y entonces el renunci6 el cargo al cual ha-
1 legado por San razones aludidas y sin iaceptar
Ueraci6n hA4Pn0 w A
S Como una signietiva coincidencia ddl desti-
bs el Comandante Guixado, desputs de penoea en-
medad, cerr6 sus qjoe en la quietud de la muerte
.21 de Enero, precisamente en el aniversario de
p a fundaci6n de la cludad de PanamA a la cual 61
viera tanto entregindole sus energies y sus sen-
thuientos sin reserves de ninguna naturaleza.
La Naci6n entristecida despite emocionada al
i: ustre compatriot cuya muerte ha puesto un cres-
idb negro entire los vistosos colors de nuestra
Bandera y ha dejado lIgrimas en los ojos del pue-
blo panamelo que habrin d6 regar la tumba de
cuien en vida fuera un abnegado y eficiente servi-
dor de la comunidad. "El Panama-America' se aso-
tia al pesar colectivo y rinde respetuoso tribute a
li memorial del extinto, el Comandante Juan Anto.
iieo Guizado, cuya evocaci6n abrillantari siempre
a el prestigio del civismo national.

Hasta las 10 a.n. del dia 22 de Enero de 1951. se
recibirin propuestas en el Despacho del Ministro de
SDbras Piblicas para la limpieza, inspecci6n y engrase de
los rodillos y places de expansl6n, asi como tambi6n
para la pintura total de todos los puentes de la carretera
national comprendidos entire Rio Hato y Divisa.
Las especificaciones y dates pertinentes podran
obtenerse an la Secci6n de Caminom, Calles y Muelles.
previo dsp6sito de B 5.00.
Ministry de Obras P6bllcas
PanamA, 22 de Dillembre de 1950.
1' KLIM em etls p.re y se am9
2. KLIM ,so enmerve i reufrlIenrmi

Cada las de la leche KLIM contine
acaexcemee la miims camuidad de elemnuto.
nutritivos indispensable; parn I buena s-
t l ud. La uniformidad de KLIM Ie gani a
4 IJd. una loche de calidad supeio invariable.

t 4. KLIM. eaele*te p.ur. *I am.. e

f IM .m.e.da per. o 4. .m.ma..
7, KUIM -e pu r r aie ...e . ee.eds pe'
presedleste m peelel
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so KLIM ao KL
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Hace escasos dies encontr6-
me con un querldo amigo. y. lto
tor incansable en el ascensor
de una oficlna pibllca. Lle-
vaba yo en la mano la p bll-
caci6n "Panama: Monumentom
Historicos y Arqueol6glcot". La
tom6 unos minutes ml cama-
rada y dijo sin titubeos:
-ft maravillosament traba-
Jador Angel Rublo.
Exacta observaclon, en ver-
dad. El catedratico de la Unl-
veraldad de Panama, Angel Ru-
blo y Mufloz Bocanegra, em un
element dedicado a su tarea,
un trabajador insigne.
El "Instituto Panamericano
de Geografia", per medlo 'de
su '"Comisl6n de Historia", ace-
ba de lanzar a la luz el tomno,
primero de su seccl6n "Mo u-
mentos Hist6rlcos y ArqueoI6gi-
cos". La edici6n es de MexIcO.
Y es una obra de Angel Ru-
ble. wita consagrada a Pana-
ma. La portada es preolost y
de un valor documental extra-
ordinaria: se trata de Is fa-
chada de la Iglesala de San
Francisco de la Montafla, oon
su torre caracteristica, que ae
derrutbo en 1943. Coma muy
blen apunta Rublo, es intere-
santa este monument arqui-
tect6nicamente. No me atreveri
a eacriblr que sea de una be-
lleza fundamental; mas eats
atrevlda torre, sobre el atrlo,
en resalte, como 'pegada a la
fachada, sin discusl6n es ori-
Yo he leido con atenci6n,
porque ademis de referirse a
Panam la obra esti dentro do
mis aflclones, las ptginal de
eote libro. EatA dividido en
euatro parts: se Ie afaden a-
deeuadas ilutraciones, poses un
detallado indice alfabetlco.
La primer part estudia los
caracterds generals de los mo-
numentos hist6r cos y de loa
yacimiento arqueolo6glcos de la
Repabllca de PanamA: se refle-
re esencialmente a Panami la
VieJa, a Portobelo. a! Castillo
de San Lorenzo de Chagres.
Luego analiza otros monumen-
tos de importancia en la clu-
dad de PanamA, la' nueva; por
ultimo los monumentos del In-
terior de la Repulblica. La se-
gunda part la dedica a lon
monumentos hltitdrlcos, que en
rigor es la history de la le-
giaslci6n en torno a emoe mo-
numentos, la legiulacl6n actual,
Ia Comlai6n Nacilonal do Ar-
queologla y Monumentos Ha-
trlicos, las etapas por lami que
ha paaada el Mupeo y una ri-
bUografia. La tercera part me
concrete a los eotudli argueo-
l6glcos. las dlcsthtas dfoaelo-
nes y au conslgulente bibuliga-
fia. La fltima recoge los doeu-
mentos con la historic de la
Confleso que no he perdido
una line de eats precioaa re-
copUlacl6n de dates.
En clertos aspects me he
detenido singularmente. Po r
ejemplo, en lo que atafie al
edificio denominado de' la A-
duana, la antigua Contaduria
Real, sgun Angel Rubo. Lo
califiea mi cultiaimo amigo del
"mas hermoso exemplar de ar-
quitectura civil" del IstMo. Con-
forme. Ahora blen: en Ahan-
to a la fecha de su ereoclin
cabria discutirlo. Opina AnglI
Rublo que as del alglo XVII.
Portobelo, en rigor, e fund
en 1597. Su auge parece rad1-
carse en la primer mitad del
siglo XVII. Lo probable em quo
la Contaduria Real, "con ar-
cadas en develaje de ladrillo",
con "muros de callUeanto", en
part meoclada en la masa pie-
dra coralifera, sea anterior al
siglo dieciocho. FijPmonom en
Ia manera de ediflcar, en el
estllo: sin saer absolutamente
puro, recuerda el del alto Re-
naclmlento, also de Io qua ha
querldo denomlnar "eostilo tren-
tino". Los altimos ecos de He-
rrera y sus eesguldores. Auste-
ridad y grandeza. LeJos del
ueoclasicismo. Por quA construar
tal fabric cuando ya la gran-
des horan de Portobelo ban pa-
sado? Portobelo fue arraskdo
en el ultlmo terelo del XVII.
Transcurrleron baatutem aflos
antes de su repoblaeoldn. A lo
menos los planos'de la Conta-
durla Real ban de sr del pri-
mer tercio del VII. loa tempos
de Pellpe IV.
En fin, estat on co aa pa-



rw m a m3wm
-4 h

En proyecto de ley

rIIentar funcioe

de a Legiulativa Perma6eA,
A .I oualideracl6n de la A- clonal y
. p Na Haonmal se present f De lasp arebaloa l a
41 *Uule proyecto do ley: correspondim* ., .O
*I le regtaments el blaeas en el'i w -
_l to de la Comlsiba no uere oipO .
va Permanent de la blea NMacla
Mmea Mon Artl/eao 9-1l.mmen a gBhm
LAL de Panama, IgaUentel de i -
Artluloe lO.-La Comlai6n Le- ercert per f at.i,
gilatea Permanente start in- tua:
t- A por snco miembrom a) En 0re0oo do I& loe
S p y co suplentea N.aconal ous dco o t '-.
q CM n elegidol por la A- cedimlento pus* esh
sMM lfc'iaolapl de conformn- tncoodo Oast l i g1e-
dA aioa dimsposto en el ar- Matrati d40
tboW 1i3 de la ConDtltucl6n ma de Juatlel;

ArMtolo l o.--on atribuctones
de- la Comild Leglatlva FoPer-
manente las que a contlnuaclfo
se detalln y de las cuales de-
be conooer oonjuntamente con
el etono Ejecutivo, asl:
a) De los Caos de suspen-
sion de las Garantias Conati-
b) De todo lo relacionado
con el ejerclcio de las facul-
Lad oextraordinarlas de que
aSa ipvestido el Organo Eie-
c Do la expedicli6n de los
Decretos Leyes dictados con
arreqlo a la Gonatitucl6n;
d) De la expediei6n de los
creditos suplementales y de cr6-
ditoe extraordtinarlto
e) De l& expediel6n del Pro-
supuesto db Rentas y Oato en
el caso de que hate no fuere
aprobado por la Agamblea Na-
ra conversada on Angel Ru-
blo, tan sutil convertdor.
Los datos qpbre'el aatillo de
San Lorenzo del Chagres son
justislmos. -Eso i qua noS. traa-
a la mente el estilo de Carsio
III. en su actual eastado: esto
es, pleno XVIII. Claro que el
prim tivo castillo fue coacebido
en el XVII.
Pero pongamos punto. Esta
nueva obra de Angel e una
contribution de lmportancia aa
la historla de PaMmi. XI ta-
lento, el tes6n, la I csidad del
trabajo del estedItkti de Is
Universidad. ae muestram en em-
te llbro mubyugante. Bravo, a-

b) En reco ade la Anam-
blea Naelonal dafu. a pkSpm-
cl6n para quo el Peosidente de
la Reptbllca pueda sollr del
territorlo naeloneti y eneeder-
le licesnea pars aPlrarte de'a s
cargo hasta por a em e y
c) Caborar. de oloerds con
las necesidades mn apremilan-
tea, Proyeotae de Ley parm u
consideracl6n por la Auamblea.
en sue seslones Inmedlths y
los cuales entmrain a dilcutir-
so en segundo debate por la
Uanwra en plano.
Artioulo 4o.-La Comlai6z Le-
ialativa Permanente ejexrcer
ulk fuanloneu durante el -
riodo d* reeso =o Wenido

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CUANTOS no han sofiado haeer su case pro-
pia? 'Nosotros contribuimes a que este sua4e
sea una realidad si Ud. compra un lote de 50S
metro en la Nueva Secdia6 que estamos or-
baniuando frente a la Carrmtera Central ha-
cleudo un pago inicial de B/. 200.00.


no. recoje
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*AS RAHDOS 0uxa: I br^Mte 6
UA6 5 :mpala quf
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Y es el primero que pone a ou aleance una gran oportualdad entre-
aindole desde el memento que s smeriba a nuestro( Clb, today clase
de muebles'y enseres que neeWate. paer vivir c6moden olne sin que
para ello tenge necldad do aherarrm presupuesto.

Nuaestro Clb os el quo tesne
mayor mimr.o de sdo y el
mis agtpo do a RebiUca.



Co. 48 Semanas: Juegs pI
ra Sale de 5 Plezas

Radios, Refrigradora. Lava.
derM4 MAquiaso de Cooer.
MiquInas de escriblr. Estufas
dlo gelsn. Aantenko Lam-
pars reuldencialt. Arohive.
dues. Istfms par gps. Col.
sltuen. Linleoos. Alfombras.
tteletas do lee me jores

L- Ats y latorele pars
Cartop. Ohive y Trucks.
Jtoje. nlfIjas y otras pren.
i do "erte y Plateora
4_9fJft do-Suortoo VaIIlUi
Or. hr, Artulol para re.

AVIS0O Per motive do Inventario, temporalmentm Cm qui ot artioulo desde
haremos entregas de muebles per as.s .t. ball on atlant.
ina club con un deposito REPUDOID9I. -
M0% APROVECHE $UTA OPORTUNIDAS ( M tueuol saucurulem
W O soA 8 AA 1.0 MUlifst S. _S
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qu.a aso P s*w *RcON EL QAL TI1NE
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mon nt podeeU m l W
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forrm, elS miema dia
ta la 8 de 1 nopche.
La PAA l dafca lae
mayor rapid eon ee.
te viaje gracias al
nuevo servicio del
DC-6, el avl6n que
hace el vuelo dead
Mixico a Lees Anoele
sin escalas enA el in-
crelble tempo do 5
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ra viste con olaeua y tiene tuatdo .sata stau bre qub mo
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revelando uoenat W av t u a Paul, vita n muy a sue
sole io i resinu tbanall eon el e6tand desau ca*
realfndo per llfta par' pa no tm aslD upfe se
clam, a.ib y U ot ne doe doiuvtiM op
moVlmlentos UwHM O gr46cSU de quoS a1 Mtl aISt oARS
intencl6n. . depeion- tap dalntrew uans
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tro Otental nlrm. .
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que to S. e t y los pblieoe slatinoe. 06wtr Re-
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4-Valores bursatles.
9-Planta hortense.
13-Natural de Arabia.
15--Raza. familiar.
: 71--Decretos imperiales.
9--Agrupecion Zionista Experl-
4: mental, Inic.
20-Audaz, atrevida
21-Bultos. paqueLes
24-Aparacos de pesca.
S 27-Ave de rapiha
2~.--Parte del pie
A -0-Bimbolo del sodio.
S &-Articulo, PI.
S 1-41implet, puros..
30-Corporacion Democrats Li-
beral, Inic.
3i-Preposlcidn inseparable.
i, ieIdas de superficle.
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1 9 :sdad de los EE. UU.

6 de Francia.
ladura de los dientes.
L del Alsa.
lbre historiador italia

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1-Oxigeno de calcio
2-Terminacion de diminutive,
3-Que no han nacido.
6--Igual al 30 horizontal.
7-Pieza de artilleria.
8-Tierras sin riego.
10-Del verbo orar.
ll-Nota musical, Pl.
18-El primer hombre.
20-Para conservar huesos, PI.
21-Contrario de buenas.
22-Apero de labranza.
23-Fluifdo imponderable.
25-Acera a lo largo de las vias
26-Imperativo de salar.
29-Barro fino. vidriado.
32-Grasa animal.
33--Cajaa seas del cerebro.
35-Cludad de Afganistan.
44-Costo. beguro y flete, Inic.
45-Extremidad de las aves.
47-Regl6n del Norte de Africa
4--Metal predoso.
aJ-XkM armnonante.

El Mercado de Arroz

en los Estados Unidos
El mercado del arroz estuvo Los preclos se mantuvieron
rios active edurante la semana firmes en los principles moll-
pasada, cuando los distribuido- nos, pero se notaton pequeflos
res volvieron a preoLarle aten- camblos en coznparaci6n con
ciOn a las materlas primas, de las semana s" anterlores. En
acuerdo con Informes del De- Houston, el No. I Patna y el
partamento de Agricultura de Bluebonnet estuvieren cotizados
los Esatdos Unidos. Las iran- a $11.75 y el No. 2 a $11.50.
sacclones de arroz en eiscara Los preclos del Zenith varlaron
continuaron bastante flojas, con de $9.75 a 10.25 por quintal. El
Ia venta de unos cuantos lotes grano grande de segunda clause
disperses. El comercio domesti- esluvo cotizado a $7.50-8.50 y
co comenzO a aumentar sus re- los granos chicos a $7.50-8.00.
servas de arroz descascarado. y Los residuoa- estuvieron cotiza-
en varies casos estuvieron in- dos a $7.00-8.00 y el arroz pa-
teresados en la compra de can- ra cerveza a $7.50. Las ofertas
tidades suflclentes para el res- de los molinos fueron bastante
to de la temporaaa. Las de- grande en el mercado de Nue-
mandas de exportaclon fueron va Orleans, pero l s cotizaeio-
bastante floja pero se alin re- ies conlinuaron firmes. .Algu-
portado ventas moderadas pa- nas.cantldades de Bluebonnet y
ra Cuba. Los compradores de Rexoro con 50% de granos que-
Puerto Rico y del Hawaii corn- brados fueron compradas por
praron las cantildades regula- Cuba. Al finalizar la semana, el
res de slempre. Los precious se No: 2 Rexoro y el Nira fueron
mantuvieron sin cambio alguno, cotizados a $10.75-11.00. El For-
pues las olerLas de los moli- tuna a $10.00 y el Zenith a
nos fueron adecuadas para las $9.75-10.00 por quintal.
necesidades del comerclo. En el mercado de Nueva York
Arroz en ciacara los tenderos estuvleron muy ac-
El comnercio de arroz en cas- tivos en sus compras por pe-
cara esluvo limitado por las rodos mn largos. Como resul-
pequefias cantidades en manos tadtio de esto, los precious se
de los productores. Sin embar- mantuvieron firmes. El No. 1
go, various lotes dispersos laj- Rexoro --fuera de los depOsitos
ron colocados en el cinturon estuvo cotizado a $12.50 y
arrocero del Sur y en Callfor- IE Bluebonnet y Nira al mlsmo
rila. No se reportaron ningu- preclo. El Fortuna estuvo cotl-
nas ventas en Tejas, pero va- zado a $11.50 y el Zenith a 11.00
rias ventas lueron hechas en el quintal. El grano gran de
el sector de Crowley en Lout- segunda estuvo cotizado a $8.75,
siana. En estas ventas el arroz los grants chicos a $8.50, los
Hexoro fue colocado a $6.17, el residues y arroz pars cerveza
Bpuebonnet a $5.86 y el Zenith a $8.00-8.25 el quintal. Las co-
a $5.55 el quintal. En Arkansas tizaclones del arroz pars erm-
se veudid una regular canti- barques por ferrocarrU estuvie-
dad de arroz Zenitb. a preclos ron generalmente de 25 a 50
que varlaban de $5.17-5.2& el centavos sobre el precio del
quintal. La particab del ec,.., arroz fuera de los deposltos.
del arro a a mediados de di- Los embarnues do arroz ame-
clembre fue calculada por el ricano para Puerto Rico en el
B. A. E. a $5.25 por qintal, coin- I es de diclembre arrojaron un
parade con el precio de $5.21 total de 253,058 quintales, de
a medlados de noviemure. .- los cuales, 83,493 eran de los
precAos en las granjas eran un Estados del Sur, y 169,555 de
pot mmas altos y Lenian un California. Los totals de dl-
promedio de $5.32 a mediados ciembre hicleron un grpan to-
de- diclembre, comparado con tal desde agosto o. do 1,212,360
$5.33 el quintal a mediados de quintales, incluyendo 394,201 del
novteabre El precio medio del cinturon arrocero del Sur y
arroZa en las granjas eq diclein- 818,159 de California. Durante
bre 15 de 1949, era de $4.31 ei los mismos meses de la tern-
quintal. porada anterior. las exportacio-
c Arrt deseascarado nes a Puerto Rico arrojaron un
c total de 1,206,852 quintales, de
1 eromercio del arroz descas- los cuale 552,527 eran de los
carado estuvo un poco mAs ac EsLados del ur y 645,125 de
tlvo .durante las primeras se- California.
manas de enero, despues de la DDe acuerdo con los corner-
calma provofada por las lies- cianies dq arroz, las ventas del
tas, pero los monnos oirecieron arroz amerlcano para Cuba du-
cantidades nada mais que sufi- rate sla semana que termino
clients para las necesidades del el 4 de enero, arrojaron un to-
comerclo. y los precious no tu- tal de 41.000 quintales. Los pre-
vieron camblo material alguno. clos varlaron de $13.17 para el
El comercio domestic estuvo Rexoro con un 4% de granos
mas actlvo, y los compradores quebradom a $11.65 con un 10%.
Be mostrarun anslosos de colo- de granos quebrados, y 9..,5 con
car drdenes pars sus necesida, un 50% de granos quebrados.
des por el resto de la tempo- el Zenith con un 20% de gra-
rada. La mayoria de los moll- no. quebrados estuvo cotizado
nos, sin embargo, no se mos- a $10.00 y con un 50% de gra-
traron dispuestos a aceptar en- nos quebrados a $9.25 el quin-
cargos con tanto adelanto. Los tal. Las Importaclories hechas
comerciantes del Hawaii y Puer- po rCuba de arroz americano%
to Rico compraron cantlidades arrojaron un total de 101,014
moderedas. 0 t r a s cantidades quintales, lo cual subib el total
regulars tu eron enviacdts a desde agosto a 3,639,009 quin-
Cuba, pero el resto del mercg- tales por el mismo period co-
do extranjelo estuvo basIuatc 'rresoondiente a la temporada
flojo. anterior.

Pmi.M 0'..
156.60 6087
156.00 118i
2,600.00 1317
156.00 147
15.00 1S5m7
15600 1687
15.00 '1787
156.001 1887
156.001 13S7



Muertedel Corn..-ItC
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Habia maestros en Delegacion '.de Chirqli Los

una reunion qu Santos, Ctr y Ver-M

termino a punetes -.
asisten al Sepelio es t de
Se nos ha enviado la siglen. -

te carta para su publicacin:
SPanama, enero 19 fae 1950.
Sr. Josd A. Cajar sc.ala.
La present tiene por objeto
el esclarecimlento en cuanto a
lo sucedido en el Corregimlep-
to de Santa Rita, en donde una
reunion escolar tLermin6o a pu-
Betazos, tal come se public e
La Voz del Interior del 15 de
los corrientes.

La reunion due iniclada por
el director de la escuela Atila
Gonzialez; no hemos menconsa-
do a inspector nl auxilares,
pero to cierto es que varies
maestros estaban alli y el miW-
mo director. Esto es tan clerto
como que se llevaba a cabo on
el local de la escuela, quo per-
Lenece al Ministerno de sLdu-
cacion, per lo tantu mal podia
ser la fiesta de una comunidad
mparcial en Ia cual los maesa-
tros no tenian nada quse ver
como lo quiere haler ver el
Inspector. Ademl s, uno do los
concurrentes del mismo lunar
tue enviado al terreno del suae-
fo de un pufiecazo que le as..-
ct uno de los visitanies.
Hay ademis testligos qua o-
ion las frames agresivas cd JoD
antoneros cuando se predentm-
ron al lugar done se smene-
traban reunidos los penonome-
hos, lo cual provoco la trifuLa.
La noticla no se dl6 a su
debido tempo e espera e.A
que los afectados lo dieran a
la publicidad, pero como no
sucediO asl. nosotros denuncia-
mos el asunto para que se le
d6, el corrective del c so.
in espera de qe 'Ie dara
cabida a esta explleti6n, Ie
quedo muy agradecidao
Euloglo Sing Pap.

Profunda conmoclodn ha cau-
sado en el interior de la Re-
publlea el fallecimiento de don
Juan Antonio Goulaado, Direc-
tor Oenoral de los Cuerpos de
Bomber. de la Republica, Y
ex-Comandante y fundador do
loam cuerpos de Bomberos de Pa-
nami y del interior.
Delegaglones de todas las po-
blaclones en done hay Cuerpos
de Bomberos llegarop en las
horas de la mafiana de hoy
para participar en el sepello,
que ha de constituir una de
la mas sentidas muestras de
apreclo qee a cludadano algu-
no se Ie laya rendido en esLe
Nuesmro corresponsal en Pe-
nonomi ha enviado el siguiente
PENONOME. enero 22. (Co-
rresponsali. En las uitimas
hora de esta tarde circulo en

El Pvsonero do la

rgrlt do Calazas

fue reelecto ayer
CASAZAS, enero 20. (Corres-
ptsall. Por acuerdo No. I
de 16 de los corrientes. los se-
oreas fiscales del Circulto de
Veraguas han reelegido en su
cargo de Personero Municipal
de Cafiazas al joven Luls C.
Reyes. esta reeleccl6n es mira-
da con sincere complacencia
por el sector amigo del Joven
Reyes quien por su entereza de
carActer. probidad y sus rele-
vantes virtues civicas ha sabil-
do meritar la honrosa poslcl6n
con procedures de Justicia y
ejemplar rectitud en la admi-
nistracion de la ley.
Felicitamos al amigo Luls .
Reyes deseindole muchos triun-
los en el cargo important que
responsabiliza nuevamente.

Confederaci6n Santefia hace

sugestiones al Ministro de

Obras Publicas sobre Tonosi

La Confederaci6n de Socle- obra muy adelantada debldo
dades Santehas ha dlrigido la I al communal esfuerzo de todos
sigulente carta al Ministro Pa- los tonosieflos. La conclusl6n de
itio: esa important obra seria una
PanamA, julio 2 de 1950. I solucion inmedlata del pellgro-
Befhor Ingeniero so aislamiento en que se en-
Manuel V Patfio cuentra esa region, y seria a
Ministro de Obras Pitblicas ]a vez de grin utilldad en la
E.S.D. construction de la carretera
Sefor Ministro: misma. Los trabajos realizados
La honda preocupacl6n que hasta el present por todos los
h e m o s sentido slempre los vecinos del lugar en pro del
mlembros de la Federacion de acondicionamlento de la pista
Sociledades Santefias por el dep- de aterrizaje ban sido Ingentes;
tino de nuestro Interior, en es- desde el derrumbe de la flo-
pecial el de la Provincia de rest hasta la casl nlvelaci6n
Los Santos. y por iende en la del terreno, utiliando para es-
solucidn apremiante de sus to instruments. pr.aitivos de
grande problems, es Io que como el mejor, peas algunas
nos mueve dirlgirle a ustel es. trabajo. El sitio fue escogido
tas lines, que no son otra co- irregularidades topqgrtficas, por
sa que el rellejo del sentir de norteamericanos cotocedores de
nuestras olvidadas comunida- estos asuntos hace mis de dos
des. aaos.
Hemos recurrido a usted, se- 2-Nosotros, en los moments
flor Ministro. porque. conocien- actuales. consideramos tamblin
do sus patri6ticas intenclones que el servicio de cabotaje, que
y clara viasin de su cargo, con- es medio upual de transporte,
sideramos que su efectiva par- es un recurso mas para acercar
ticipacion eon el tratamiento de hacia la civilizacidn modern
este problems es decisiva en la a este distrito tan abandonado.
solucion del miamo. En tal form, se hace Impera-
Nos referimos, en particular, tlvo la construcci6n de un tra-
al estado lastimoso de aban- mo de carretera que uniria el
donor e indiferencia con que los pueblo de Tonosi con el puerto
goblernos anteriores han man- de sallda. conslgultndose con
tenido a la regl6n de mis bri- ello una pronta solucil6n al ao-
Ilante porvenir econ6mico en gustioso problema de transpor-
nuestra provincia: El Valle de tar y sacar los products de esa
Tonosi. rica regl6n al mercado extrtior,
Sin embargo. la actual ad- siendo bastante factible ya que
ministracidn parece estar pre- la distancia es de apenas unos
ocupada por la satisfaccidn de cinco kil6metros y ademis, un
sus necesidades, primero, ha- alivlo, pues I alamino actual
blendo relvtndlcado las tierras es de herradurs y en el in-
que por mis de veinticinco aloas vierno se hace intransitable.
pertenecleron a una compa lia Ponemos a au conalderacl6n
extranjera y, aegundo. habien- estos dos puntos, sin order de
do asmgnado una partlda de B. vista la trascendental Impor-
175.000.00 para los trabajos pre- tancia de la carretera que se
Ilminares que serviran de base propone llevar a cabo el Go-
para la future construccidn de bierno Nacional hasta Tonosi,
la carretera a Tonosi. P e r o porque ellas contituyen, por to
siendo nosotros consclentes del pronto, los oaedial de plucl6n
hecho de que el esfuerzo que mais perentorit que el proble-
realizara eate afo el Oobier- ma exge, hasta tanto el Fig-
no Nactonal, es el paw initial co Nsaional este en qondlclo-
de una obra gue demorara va- ne doe ufr r o bra de
rios afoa' mds, dn iattlfacl r tam e !son 2 ss
durante ese -tlepo. el proble- P ir de Sbele-
ma, qp permitlms pedfrle muy dades Batefiy.
encartcldamente la atencidf a GUlhwer A.LWJ Meos,
Isa petlelones quq de auedia- PresldMete.
to haoMeza: Efmfs MereS,
1-TonM te iAs eIaclonads arsuio de Actas
nartilda, tua um pam el ff. Es flelXli0 am&g
nal acondluitamonto del caMn-
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la poblacin c0 pt lstm tris-
teza, la noticla d tuabeimlIen-
to del Comawtdcnte Vn Juan
Antonio GuiSdo3 ta ulen fe
le tuvo aquf .gta e.=ac o uno
de los auAtlebo Bi'sMlgos de
PdnonomE. a.i indw as iza-
ron a media -a en tods los
ediflclos pdboilo x ba expre-
sl6n solemn del dueo nacio-
nal. Pocoa on LoeM name fos
que como el Comadiante Gui-
zado ban conteadb limpre con
el afecto de sum conaoudadanos.
Penono m w moenocaba su
nombre con orgullo y con res-
pete. SBe e querla comb a hijo
distinguidlsimo del pueblo, por-
que consagr6 u, vida- casi to-
talmente al mervicio de la pa-
tria p de los panameinos fue
un sap6sol del bnto, un altisl-
mo simbolo de nuestra naclo-
naUidad. En esta bora de duelo
pars PanamA tepembs el con-
suelo db qua munaas otras pa-
trias del Continante, que re-
clbleron tambin benefticios del
quefldo comnpatrota deuapare-
eido, comparten con nosotros ]a
honda pens.
El cumulo de sus m nffIchsimas
virtudes que conocemos plena-
mente- todos los panamefios
quedarAn comO dignifcante e-
jempio a ]as presented y vent-
deras generataonea panameofas
Con el inmenso dolor que es
de suponer ep quien tanto es-
tirm6 al Comandante Guizado.
expres6 a sus htjos y deudos
muy sentida condolencla.


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concepts idos por "El Pg-
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ticlnco illones" que favorq-
cen la operacl6n que se proyea-
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res han exteriorlzado opinl6i
contrary a l smedida, se con-
siders qie la ugestlones que '
hae l editorialiata de "El Pa-
namd Amrica" al expresar que
"seria dedesearpe que el 'BUR'
se esmere en lograr todas la
ventajam plgibles del )tontrato,
etc y hacenae todos los esfuer-
zos poalblesa pars conseguir que
!a mayor marte de los materta-
les, a/ como la imano de obms
se obtengan on el percado o10-
cal" da la'soluci6n al problemjq
en 1o que se reflere al aspect
ccon6mico de la cueslO6n.

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de Topcol Worsted. a B 4.50 on-
tis 8.8.50. bonitos colors. Bazar
Ma' drd Apueve a ftr meie.l
S Acabemis d reclblr cemento rblns.
Cla. Dulcidlo GonzAle. FIbr co de
Mosiecos, Avilda Cuba No. 8. Pa-

SE VENDE:-Sortija de compromise
de brilliant, cortado cuadrado. I
1-2 kllates, Ilame 2-1766.
SE VENDE:-CaJ de 56 libras el so-
co. Ciae. Dulcidio Gonzilez, Fibri-
ca de Mosalcos .'
1,227 prmies. Ud me peede fuller.
pen Morse 18. 1951.
SE VENDE:-Adquiera sus tiquteis
de Io Rifa de Los Leones. par Sis-
temo de Club en La Cam del Pon-
tal6n. Si no se lo gana pagando B.
1.00 semonal durante Doce Sema-
nas tombin se Ie entrega su ti-
Vendemos las mejores marcas: Pintu-
ros Sherwin Williams. Cerraduras
Schlage y Russwin, Celotex para
cielorasos. Cement Panami, Bi-
Ssagros y ferreterla Stanley. Papel
Sisalkraft y un surtido complete de
otros moterlales de construcci6n
entragodos en su obra cuando los
necesite. Nuestro lma: Calidad
Superior. Servicio Esmerado. Entre-
go puntuol. ALMACINIS MAR-
TINZ. Ave. Norte 83.
El Canal de Panami ofrece en ven-
to al melor pastor los edificios n6i-
meros 459, 461. 474. 476, 478. y
480 en Ancon. Se recibirin propues-
toe sellodas en la oficina.il Sup-
ply and Service Director en Balboo
H iahts host las 10:30 A. M. del
.. die 30 de Enero de 1951 cuondo se
,abririn en p~blico. Los formularios
S*de popuesta con detolles completes
i'' podrAn obteners en las oficlnas del
Supply and Service Director y del
Homusing Manager en Balboa Heights.

SE ALQUILAN:-EWclusivomente po-
re ofialnus locales'euntrices ft los
altos de Avenlda Centrol 44 6
predea Ileo. Soliclten inter
.^'. 4whiblic. I v 10 can.

,8 No. ~ roplo par
mayorio. Ricardo A. Mr6 S. A.
Tel. 2-3436.

Arliculos de Cmi
SE VENDE:-Frigidoire today de par-
celana. Surtido de muebles, enseres
de case. Calls H No. 61, Apto. 1.
Telefono 2-1274. Ponami.
SE VENDE:-Estufa de gas, cuatro
quemadores, en perfects condi-
ciones. Precio razonable. Calls 48
No. 23, Apto. No. 3.
SE VENDE:-Por motive de viaje
vpndo un ormario de dot espelos,
una mesa con silla,. came doble de
metal con colch6n. Todo B.85.
Calla 46 No. 27, Apto., 18, de 10
a.; 12 a. m.
1 VENDE:-Lavadora Easy. radio,
idables,o articulos de casa. Buenos
.' eondieiones. Motive de violet. Ave.
SEcuador No. 19, Apto. 11, altos.
'Tel. 3-1266.
SE VENDE: Estonts cooba, buen
estodo. espejos exterlares, B.25:-
00. Tel. 3-3109. Calle 32 No. 33.

Por motive de viaje se vende une
hermosa recamora do caoba, un
Juego comedor de caoba, en per.
facto estado. Perejil, Callse 2a. No.
13, apartamento 10.

$1 VENDE:-Lavadora Bendix, 60
ciclos, coma nueva. Urge la ven-
t. , motive mudanza a Bolboa.
Focilidades de pogo. Casa 2169-
B Calle 8a. Curundu. Tel. 83-

SE VENDE:-Linda alfombra verde,
casl nueva, 12 x 12. recidn traida
de Estados Unidos. Calla 41 No.
11-B. Tel. 3-2997.

SE VENDE: Gangas! Mobiliarlo
complete, refrigeradora 29 cicols,.
* today porcelana, miquino de lovar.
lojis, luego de comeador Phili-
pihe Rattan, mesa para colafd, 2 me-
sitas, 2 sillitas, Impaars, espejos,
plonchas, plontas en potes, gabi-
netes de acero. bonca de traba-
Io, cerraduro de acero, olios y
paoilas, cubiertos de plata, comas
S "quartermaster", 2 c6modas con
gavetos, mesa, cabecoros de mode.
ra pora coma. 2 comas, I indi-
vidual otra double, butocos. borre-
dora de mono pora Carpeta. me-
so de teldfono, acuormos, adomos
i para dirbeles de nevidad, palos de
Golf. bolos pare bolos, radio per-
; tatil, mauikno de caser. etc. etc.
' 1 Heln su oferte. Case 359 France
i. Field Tel. 37.88717. Todedo el die
_ para el rento doi I srmoni).

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SVINaNo-Cltvee. tubewri es M. VINDO: En. Calle 7-Vis.Blleas SE VENDE-Un pick-up 3
aep esmladle, Fir-Tea tstSel 'firasO, esaE deo aGnceto d, dos da, Chevrolet, buenos ess
ellideo pe isee sMes) made- recamorma, solo, olvdear, coclno, B.400. ClI. Dulcldlo Gi$i
me, eIvaMqMes, measedMs. etc. a porch y servcio. Te hipfa de brica de Mosoices. Av
In pseale aa beJes mea pnle. B.7.750.00. Iumfuu 4,t .Td= No. 8. ,
A1ENCIAS GLONALU, Via Ibpa- 2-2944. '
AN, lmdo a 1Ju Fanes. Tel. VENDO:-Pick-up I -rMn i
g.3,s1.a VINMD0 Preldo rounablre,.~lo 1947. Perfectos cor
_' ieal bive marc SALDWINSM, preclo conventional. Informed
SE VENDEN: PmentaIMes fles de C&Ili Ram6n Valdfa No l.' aar- fono 3-2127.

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Apartamento de
Io final r collr 43

i* 1 Hetel El Paonld, un
gmnde V uno chlco,
2 4175 y 2-215
LA -Apartamento dos re-
aM,.gIoa-comedor 6.60.00 con
I: $75.00, Belisorio Porras
i.'tle imnrtamento 3. Teldfono

$91 OSjiLA.- C6modo apartamen-
ete)doo rocamoras, solo, comedor,
|fPreclo iaoonable, calle 48,
5 UULA Apartamento solo-
ielgedr, 2 recimaros, comodldodes
wo dwnas, casa 84, Calle Estudian-
I~, frente Quintyples par 8.75.00.
U.ml tilifono 2-1456, Panomd.
SE ALQUILA-Apartamentb moder-
no,' solo, comedor, dos.recamoras,
Sdo ervieio. Avenida Chile, co-
'1e 41. Telfono 3-0847.
SE AQUILA'- Apartamento con s-
Sla, condor, 2 recimoras, casa
0concto. No. 56 Avenida Nore,
aqlne Calls Cocld, par B.70.00.
e teolf6no 2-1456, Ponaml.
SE AhQUILA:-Departamento, con
ellq-comedor, una reeamora, bafo
Scolna, en calle 12 Oeste No.
Informes: Calle Ia. Pereil No.
SE ALQUILA Magnifico, drprto-
mentlo con sala-comedor empllr,
recinaoras, blcons, garoge,r e .
cr4 5. Call@ lo. PereTll, par B.70.
Llkam telfoho 2-1456, Penemi.
SE 'AQUILA Apartoamnto can
sele-comedor, 2 recdmarda, 2 er-
violas s nitrlos. garage, patio, etc..
an casa 13, UrbanizacMn "El Co-
men". Llomer Tel. 2-1456.


~,. a

VENDO Chalet de concrete cosil
nuevo, Via Belisarlo Porras, No.
184-A. Infoerme: Telfone 2-2944.
SE' VENDE-Terreno con coas amue-
. blado, con todos las comodidades,
en Cerro Campono, B.4,000. Des.
cuento razonable. Tel. 3447, Bal-
SE VENDE:-Comisorioato chico, por
motive do vioje. Precio borato.
Colle Colombla No. 2, Bella Vis-
SE VENDE:-La refresqueria y aba-
rroterle lo Valcarla. Situada en
call 11 Oeste No. II y Ave. A.
CIA MODERNA. 3 recAmoros, pa-'
tio, buen vecindarlo, carca Club de I
Golf. Dirljose Calle 9o. San Fran-
cisco No. 18. Teldtono 3-2407.
SE VENDE: Bonita resldencia,
grande, modern. con terreno cOs-
tado carretera Central. Informes
Familiar Binns, Aguadulce.
SE VENDE Chalet de 2 recdmares,
garage, patio, par B.8,000 con fo-
cilidodes de pogo en Colle W Par-
quo Lilevre. Lame teldfono 2-1456

SE VENDE-,Caos en San FranclaoI
de la Caleta de 3 recAmeru, seI-
comedor amplio. Late n enquipS
de 406 metro s cuadradoe. Buen
preca Informerns: Juan Novorro,
Avenido Cuba'entre colles 25 y
26 Este. TelMfono 2,048-1'.

Lotes. boratos an El Cengrolo a cuol-
quler otro lugWr u.Ud. dses.
Chalets do 2 a 4 i imros en la
EUlposici6n" y B81ea VaIo.
Roebrte Mie. 2-.1215S

SE VENDE:--Cas de dos pins, plan-
ta bala, de cemento y alto de me.
dero con terreno de 1.000 M2 bus.
nas condlclones, pecoi raeonable,
en Via Bellsorlo. Porres, San Fran-
cisco de'la Coleta No. 151. Par*
Informs acudo la misme esa
plante bala.


SE ALQUILA-Case Independiente
a per apartamentos an Parque Le-
fevre, solicit: Vista Hermosa,
calle Ricardo Mir6 No. 3.
SE ALQUILA: Chalet omoblado
par trees meses, desde el lo. do Fe-
breo. Preclo razonable. Tel. 3-

con la

Ata. frontal



Para today case de RadSk


2%6 y 2x8


Ave. Norte No. 4 '

femmeras ijo que oenme w u0 t
fleptlembre y el _1 1G O". an,d
entraron uf pronndle. .MO a
deentes diarioa al bos&ll, 1s ml-
yari de los oualea h slhdo
Wctimas do loa taque ,Sre y-
laos bombardeos. t

Se opone
especial el efecto del- acuerdo
de la Cama&a de Reopanlan- a
es de lo I1 tados 1O. t ..u-
dieran obnlgar a 'L l a.-
a emcundar part ..4 s .Ilowai-
dam n6rtOeimmammieaa tl ften c
tea dieron quo a- s.* e u. f
OGran Bretafla tntse UIOana=-d
te de atacar la p'3e nor-1
teamericans o 4d ds9- C
na formula intrmift qu4 uS-
lo oondene Onhin' o 0 l 40
hace fnlcamentoe n a a. t
to descartati lam Wa IPenb e-
con6micaa u omtraMt a
Los Brnitnlcoa quel. 1
bloque econ6mioo
gurra de Coft
oeta de oAsia, bm_
tnto, el jue b 6aJK 1V9m.
bgo. Oran
aonelderacln eld @ d e
resonocimlento de
Creese que la o st Iv. an-
cmm ge acers.0 W .J -
an que a meuha3-
t11 ya que al-
daao yi Aqo P tgaiih' 9
B qulere quoe e
Vw.po a estudtar 1as eotei :
A, principal inot teGo I can
farencia enttu .~Ufto
-a buseade ana
Veocatoria de o w
General de o abg. V

A l


11- 2

By. 10 -
d o u .I

3 li

tamento 2. segundo pi., front a
Ia Farmaeel de Gond zRevilae.
cuartos, lot grandi on Pueblo
Nuevo, entree 2 oerrmeras. Infor-
man 9-12 2-4. Tel. 2-0578.

SE NECESITA:-Empl Ba '10
cios domisticos, San P i d
la Coleta, calle 16 No. 1016
SETNECESITA Empiado. pwn-
*tender teleono y amsr .fitlm.
Ave. Per. 23.
ble, debe dormir an el .
Call* 7a. No. 9.
SE NECESITA:-Emple.do pas pe
cocinor, y lovor. Para dos person
Bodega Anc6n, front@e corrnem
de Anc6n.
SE NECESITA:-Carguera can spco.
mendcli6n. Debs dormir en elI
empleo, Ave. Pearu 58. ,lto. ,
SE NECESITA:--Un person d 30
a 50 anos de edad peri cu dr ni-
id de 2 anos. Debe tener expe-
riencia on el oficio y reonfetnda-
ci6n. Ave. Ecuador No. 4, beCOs.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada pare a
vicioa de coso. Tiene que dempir
on amplie. Via Espaga No. 20,
Apto. 13.
SE NECESITA:-Empleade pare r-
vicio de odentro. impreslndlble
qqd duermo en casa. Avenide la.
.La Carrgsquilla No. 55, entmsdo
par el Teatro Edin, en v(a Bell-
sario Pores.
51 NECESITA:-Neibera con GR-
ienclb, necesorio sea respasble,
muy bun sueldo. Calle Colombia
No. 20 Ap,1, 4.


SE NECESITA:-Trpi0che con motor
para moler celq, mnlimo. 50 is-
lanes hara. Avisar Tel. 3-1203 e
P. 0. PFx 2096. Panami.

Notarle PdbUlo Tereero del Circulto d*
PamAul. con eod1ls do IduenidG g erso.
nil ntmere. 47-1939 CRTIFICA: -
LE" I LEON DIAL. an a ealidad do
Inireo' ahelol do Is .oelldad eolectiva do
aomerelo Lul-NA!DIZ & DIAl. COM.
PAN/A LI/TAUDA. IMerita Il Tome 8J
de Personas Mreuantl, reoe oll0, Asien-
to 1411n. I ben delardeo dluoelta v II.
suldida. sumalandi l satire yPaselO do
Is mima Is diers, Ludovia ai ernndez
de Lee, ~uunon.ando ambos a reclame *l-
eas ulterior
Tod o al o eonsta esn mi Eerltrs
POblea Nb. 0., d T17 do E6 ro e 1911.
ezterdda en Is Notarita a a urgo.
Pmaumi, &err 17 do lotl."
Notarlo Plblleo Tereero.

Notaro Pdblleo Teremo del Clrculto di
Panami, con eidula do identidad per-
Gonal nArmro 47-181i.
C E a T I r I C A :
QuA lo mog.roN MIGUEL MADURO y
claado diNelta y liquldods In soaleded
aoloetilm do eomerelo d res*oniablll-
dad limeled. conotituld por ellol v do-
PAlIA LIMJTADA". imurits ml Tomo
174 do Persona Moerematll, Folio 14.,
Asiento 41614. en *I i elatro PibHqo.
suutaledo *I el tlvo y putwo de
mismB 1 A afor Miguel Maduro y rYT-
nunanda a reclimo alaurnm ulterlov.
Todo Io coal eonsta n Is Escritusn
Public No. 116, d* 10 doE erno do
1951, extBndlds en Is Notuld a su ca"d
PanamA, Enro. 21 de 1951.
Noterio Pablleo T-roTo@

De conformldd cop 4 o que
establece el Articuo 7 del
C do Comere svlaamo
SSl ad I t do i
e d and.i

2 L IN if efa n -
he. mipcu ft .

Dom6utl:p .

4x.8 .'.4x 10 4x12

2 x$ Calibre 26

* Acero Redondo

m1c~ A, P Ir6,

Call 16 te No.4
Tel. 2.3331 Panamt "

SE NECESITfA-NiAera qon exp* e"t
clo que -una persona reOpma-
ble. Muy bun sueldo. Calle 47 Ea-
te No. 17, eltos.

Te. I. N AL A.

1. IB-OWIIi-Pintor do cas,. con-
tratiste, cenisejas tcnlcos. garon-
tlq por ,a pioa. presupuestos gratis.
Tel. 2-1276. I


SE ALQUILANM-Cylrtos' amueble-
dos. matrlmohis sin nfins. Calle
tea. No. 10, Paenom.
SE ALQUILA:-Ci rto Independieinte
con balc6n pare una o dos perso-
naos reaonsables. Liqne al tel6fono
SE ALQUWLA-Cuarto pora caballe-
ros a matrimonio sin hijos, en B.
35 con servicio, luz y derecho a
cocina. Informas Calle 37 No. 4,
Apto. 11 tercer piso.

SE ALQUILA: Cuarto con sin
muebles.. uno o dos caballeros,
buenos costumbres, 'case decent.
Tel. 2-2109.
SE ,ALQUILA:-Cuorto para una 6
dos persorlns ri t ll@ 43 Bella
Vista, al lodo Corral, cosa 68. al-

Dit6 un
ZADO coma uns pIrdida sen-
sible pars la Nac6n, y decltra-
as duelo nactonal durante los
diu 21 y 22 de *Ate mre con
motive de uta luctuoao scon-
teclmlento. OrddMue el ctrre
de lu oflicthn pIllaeu5 el dia
del o funeraleL A Polela Ka-
cioal Ie rend rA honoa ml
lUtAe correopoi dt a a. al-
to raio.

clntUs del f a -Mran lIevla-
da por u tperm :
Mayr *td A31 Mi. -
tft de edero yJtltiola Dr.
Erumo de lS GaUrdla, el-
dente de I Carte Suprems de
JustlCla: Lie. Juan Manuel Mi6n
dez M6rlda, Plrodente dt laI
Ajamblea N MctIOl: Don Diei-
lio Ortiz doe Zovalls, Embe.J-
dor del Pr y Deano del Cuer
p6 Di oBD Rail Aran
ga0 r. inamdato Prlinet Jefe
del C -w de Bo~abenro de
Panams : Oanel Joe Antonio
tem6n C. ,Comandante Primer
Jefe del Obuipo> Pollila Na-
Im-iTn Guiza-
IthellIi d fa-
m ds r*to HC. Alfona
z, m e, inte del Consejo

a ,1 funeral ,
ai mA :- -.a si go

ciidE now.a
Abr ii S1 al bayoi

eti Gt*36ta
^Xgo Ei-- a9" geU
W^BJ^eb-Ff^^" ast '^'4 ^i

LI' *.

di e la

Para el pr'cer
Serafin Achurr
direct, omie Th e oln pal-

ue atveoB 61V anta
rtia mest a .i uh mcdo pro-

ecri irlas en el sentldo de q
so mopa la ictltid arontmada'r
SpAriteuM"y dor

__A dw^o x' ^ do'h iue

monbO'doe B'lrf'e y inms de tU,
fmo.. hm-" l..mfA.


Enero .--Bacuels Profealonal.
Enero 31-Instltuto Nacional.
Febrero Wa-Coglo Intedacloo-
nal de Maria i mnacnlada.
Las graduaclon4- no tendon
carscter seatitv. Cada plantel
har( el actor .o fona prtvada,
tomando arts on el aluamo 7y
profesore de Il enueola.

tribuidor s del Acete Veedol.
4o.-A !s priminI dm1itw
damia que usei ml P gtlfral e
lea o b ular con uns deHladl
y fran te uestra del nuevo Is-
b6n "Nols". .alMete donadts
por lea A qa2io Intern cca-
5o.-Un crte fln6almao de tola
obsequlado pr I Zig Za.. .
6o.-Un delMoado eW apurlo de
nadLo por la son Chdllermin

El comenmarkta
blen duier n qua su confteon-
vattoe dquau souL Con y
oti problemua c anutloos ca
"uuy .ecundarioa" on comom.-
el6n a el probaen 8. loe pianos
aados de rearmtr s AlemaonUi.

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4.a5 4 Plaose .1-000 adorea del oas derrotads, per- tuando el P
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3 5 .3.......... 5 .375 do entire todos estos lanzado- donde los
2 6 ............ I 5SULTADO DE AER rea 13 Incoglbles de los gana- taer a Amad Or
Ca.lael d -Shesterfield 8 does: el Camel mantuvo en el i HU.;r l
aso Ayer amnticulo a Belgrave (3) que An6n Dm 4 a.
"rh-tmeil u S JUI O ib o k lsL TARDE reclbl6 la ayuda de Leaheley E'nl de etr
d . 4.t1 pe.p.-as. Naelonal mitl cuatro del as 6 uInogibles Pacifico y HuracAn, eu
d Mn114 IU 7 df 8bdo oo DE MA.ANA de los perdedores. So que podri r sultsr
d -Ma.luritor vs PolSlio que los blanqula~Scl e
,.. --ra s -EPatrla 4 4.30 p.L.-Santa Rita cesltarrn empatar pan
Di Vl CITACION so la competena.
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S120 ieb I aRi ta5 ita tarde juegan-en 1b con- trial de Baseball eita tods e pr
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ginequp,. e ria y Pinochasin excepcldn, a una importan- segunda mltad.
.7. Epiness iesqrveferla y Pinocho, tilma Reunl6n que so Ilevsar namente el tiurinfo.
lot" en quo 11 "d. Mafana chol d date qu se desarrollari La cabo en los altos del Almacdn el mayor anotad'r co.
-"t. de GoU vs Marafl6n en 0e1 cmpo de juegos del Ins- 5 y 10 Centavos a las 7.30 e gole: Pinnock y 1alaus
Pe de 112 I e .1t7 u p..-Inatituto Nacional tluto .Naelonal, y n el cual la hoy lunes. se pide puntual aa- ron un tanto cada uno.,
nroe doe Sy pay a"p CerCr iaveera busoarA la manera tenca, ya que se tratarAn asun- El partido entire
'Las 1 pa MCIuel pad6 al primer d te ha invicta en el co- Los de vital Lmportancia. Anc6n.tu6 mAi_ rel.
COris ar... oa po Tomas Cua u.eltrae du aus revales ovenes del Hur~&os
aluen invi to pr del e6tano. BLAS SANTACLAJA omergas logaron
dellCampeonato Jugan a las 4.30 doe a Prealdbteo triunfo.
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MLex o a. rultados del fin po .Naional y Madul to,
0 fllcho- a.c n l amal log "gen-
qeasitue Ia cl- da uluharAn par emp tar
MellnOn de ax 100-- end, ',eprosgue Is con- eenl JApPu a log "eiprrileros"
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rtpot ,lasket b @Pi rA -e. el anhador qus
J"-tehr.-luchaelo "pacos" mientas
me enRl mquoi-a unrlvales As probable qua
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