The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01003

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runs acssVth"e Korean pensa-
sula to the west.
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that IHs troops, aided b'. hes
air attacks, eliminated all
danger in the Yongwol etor,
along the right flank of the t
Army. However, air a set'mt
reported itenDe actIvit aw
Communist oPs in. 1 the vil-
lages along the batte e outh
of Seoul.
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adyanclg fhtbea.t of te'eor.-
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McLarney. a deputy commUloun- (1) amount received as
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Jan. 17. It was received here Fri- enloyes in the Forei n
day.It n, In rat; of She United States (2)
Bectlon Il () of the Internal received as post aowanees
Revenue Code, effective Jan. 1, ambassadors. minister, d
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*nlomats List Paris

a ability Of War


l ..Top- Warsaw; Gerald Mokma. Charge
ts d Affaires In Budapest; ahtdJo-
ries sepho Gantenbeing, Charge d'Af-
I de- fares In Bucharest.
I There wMl be no United States
B repreast.tlve from Bulmari.
I Jf5,wwth whcb the f~lte taa
ta r bi.." broken diliMantm reao.
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tura and exem~ A ques-
icl. Period allowed.
umn s M. Loveldy, Local 14
AMIO president, was a guest
frbm the Pacifio. He discussed
pending bills. to eliminate the
retroactive tax and to increase
Lovelady will meet Conress-
man-George P. Miller, California
Democrat, at the Cristobal jetty
on Monday. Miller has agreed to
a meeting with labor repre-
sentatives on Tueesay or Wed-
newsy.
Offer of Lodge installed
weret David H. Kaplan, pren-
dent Joutes J. Fletcher., ice.
president; Valentine _Ies.
screry-treasurer; Riche' A.
Detre. sergeant-at-arnm: P ltb
trustees.
D*eleates elected to represent

ill ere: David. H. Kaplan, and
eie C. CarlsKon with Louis J.
Fleie r and Valentine R. De-
res, alternates.

Admiral Says
H"LThinks' US
Cad Stay In Korea
TOtyO, JIm, 27 (UP) Unit-
ed tes Admiral Arthur W
R 5 ford. CommAnder-in-Chlef,
p told newsmen today, "I
thi we can stay in Korea.
SAsd whether. If a decision
was be to blockade and attack
l_.a tfe Navy is prepared
lord *usaid our readiness would
s it he declined to corn-
.lMt-Ir1iab Mid that If the
rease War lasts long enough
te!e p.1b Will be more am.
pbatuie landings. _
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uTO7Zated M6e unuedaws
mlght dlspased t4 set bcka tqi
time t0e" or reruitment, of
o aatroop units p ie by
08 mm.- an = s =h dif-
ference to French pleas that tooU
hasty satio could precipitate
Risslan armed intervention.
However, it can be said author-
itatively that United States !eao-
era do not expect the "German
question" to be a major Issue in
the forth o m I n g talks. The
French are believed here to ce
more concerned now about Rus-
slun warnings that they will "not
tulerite" German rearmament
than about- s possible threat a
German Army could pose to
France.
United Sta officials also re-
portedly prepared to reas-
mrs. Even tht Western Get-
manmilitt forces would be usd
on.y for vbolan defense put-
poses, and 1ot, assome Nuropene
reportedly ear, to help bring
about redn cation of Germany,
a lon of the eastern
ind Poland.
t ie suc in eaa, among others,
Frenchmen and other BMuo-
pe" are believed to have 'in
mind en they suggest cop0ern
over t sblllty of an "lInds-
penlent' etern Oerman for-
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Lie From England
QarantinedinPerth
PERTH, *n. 27 (UP) The
Orient Uner Orcades, with 1,500
passengers 'from England. was
placed In quarantine on her ar-
rival from Freemantle today be-
cause of an outbreak of Influen-
Health authorities banned any
contact with the liner which re-
ported several eases of Influensa
aboard.
It was reported the liner has
six case of.ifluenua and sever-
al of pneumonia. It was also
rumored that one passenger had
died last night. Aboard the liner
Is the famous Australian polio-
myelitis expert. State Kenny,
who war returning to Australia.


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Vienctea Start

Mision In La Boca
Tonight at T, the Vlncentlam
MIloners-the Rev..RrNaiph lch
mann C.M. Superior of the Ws
Slon Band Rev. James Olyn1
CM., Rev. Francse X.Keyes., CJ
and Rev. James McAvoy, C.M-.
wi begin thePl-annual mlsioq
in St. There sa Chufth, La RSoca
Thd Misaloners have come font
the United States to give Mzli
Alons In all these anal Zohe
Churches.
Bach evening at 7 there will bo
Rosary, a abort Instructlon. a
Sermon and Benediction of the
Mos BMesse d Sacrament. In th
morning, Mas will be celebrated
at 6:30 o'clock followed by a
short Instruction. .
All the members of the coina
united are Invited to be present t
CoatoUcs, naturally, are especial.
ly urged to make the Mission. For
them aid for all who attend ti
week will be a very profitable
time.

Dules,'MocArthur
Confer In Tokyo
TOKYO, Jan. 27 (UP) U. 3.
State Department adviser John
Foster Dulles and General Mac-
Arthur found themselves "In
lose agreement in everything
on the Japanese peace treaty
question, according to a piokes-
man for the Dulles mission.
It was said that a two-houl
meeting between the entire misn*-
son and MacArthur In. the lsa
ter's office was a very fruit
conference.
The meetlbg covered a mult)*
tude of topics with lMAcArtllgu
reviewing his experiences with
thq Japanese during five yearl
occupation and giving his a d"
on the treaty question." "


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/s the club's general manager and secretary of the exchequer, T NFi R rty-four of the top proM
it is n;ot the primary objective of George Weiss to spend two bucks By UNIED ilRting in the -Pnamn i
w .- ne n will do t t. trick. Accordingly he has made a gospel of The United States Lawn r. s P n Ni
fri., .ily In dealing ,rith Yankee ball players at contract time. ni As nSti o o n esa ano ds Nat
.cause the necromatzcy of modern transportation has its conservative groupsin l- i stretch Sunday morni
liml.s and It is still impossible to be In two cities at the same time, going a complete abot, am nd God. Ku Hiof
I wes denied the experience of being in Welss's company when gFrom now on, tete S o
he read that his manager. Casey Stengel, was taking a lively per- bons and glia 't
sonal interest in the finances of Yogi Berra, the ca&her. encouragedlsn an SSyfield ver,80 inoanr .
"I'm going to see that I.e a the highest paid catcher in base- up thegateor today's final 36 hol d
bei.'.' Stengel t ,a mnre. The kl ani was Detroit in mid-summer, the teni Astaim aito.treat lo m t his two stroke advant o
cCation a $1S00 plate dinner for the Ruth Memorial Fund under tenn stadium ike.k M Wp#histuvs wo troke odvant
tre r".,pices of yourg.ulike Eriqgs of the Tigers. Stengel,'Yogi the paying customers like hea.
.. an' 7 wer.- setnd together awaiting the come and get it. enfromthe wrongde f .. M ra 36 e. total
There is neve' anything formal or conve tional about a Stengel trcks
interview. His etePm for the mental agility of sports writers, here was onl one trouble ..- there ma after the 8:28-
ba d on years of cbFervation, can not be too exalted. This would ter eas odny' olke sit _-: a brP Molina and Kunes andP
ex-!a:n the labo:ed. Pastures and broad physical pictures which stoppedgonnis f toans dimtt he It fd morning 8:3&-Bit and
I-e cn loys in stressing a point He leaves nothing to moronic ewstopped enin to mtenat rou e B and Kunes at Jalime
new president of the tennis kroup -.
t "" to and show Williams how you throw to second ,"Stengel Rdussell Kingmean a e' a ml L d 18 of their 36-hole a.
S doa'e ..'We are Uvting in asta a,' a s
.'here had been r.nnerfections in the catcher's technique. Un- says Kingham."I think weaho' IfIngg th tot y IOex- k
der Vte tutorship of Bill Dickey. Yankee coach, these had disap- Megin to present tennis to_- the MacMurray- 8:0
pearei. Oblivious of asping e tits, Yogi, much In the manner of public in more Interesting. bighbt". S, imb. RaenMS
a tre 'rd animal P'rting on cu'.. stood, ediusted his stance, took a qr and warmer colors." Bfl will bring the 8:14-
for""-d stride and threw out an imaginary runner. That means more attentnoa p 1 n to.a.close-but a "Pre- la G -
and favor will go to players lUce stnta Danee" at the P lanam 8:214
GOES AHEAD OF CAMPANELLA National Champlon-Art Larspo i udy ht will be a fit- c Dave
whose temper matches some end one of the most ak.. ,
Best catcher in baseball right now and I'm gbnna see he's his wild drives. S ta te aand o enjoyable h e h '
the test nald." grunted Stenrel. Yogi was still standing. "Sit down" The tennis fathers probably o In the history of The public Is eOs
ordered the mpneger Yogi sat down. I half expected Stengel to now will smile on wb men star Theros will receive to bewthery for
oreacst ver, ppt him tender!:. on the head and murmur "Nice, like Gorgeous Gussie Moran. It at Thedance, as will Brewery for
Rov, ** was Gussie who furnished. Ue It amateurs. ...and may the
*" T'-,'prdless of how the P.terjpel declaration hit Weiss and his folks with a good peep show along AlthO today's limelight wUil -
philosophy of thrift. Lawrence Peter Berra is the most improved .with a little tennis before se i On he leading threesome,
Pll rolyer in thu mainrs and it would be hard to knock down the turned pro. a ral other group of mashie How
I+en-PI appreaisnl tht he is the best cqtrher in the game; he has W- -- lW r.ithinstring distance
-onl tFe essential skills. incluidn. a trenchant bat. of the coveted titlewilbe on th MaaMu'ray
resides whlch .h'w' still Ja.t enough to be used high In the u a s .amae de la Ouardia (146) ablo Mon
batting order, third, burth or fifth. You do not find his Quality 4 darvey Breaux (146) will hit Dave Starrett
in m-nv catchers. It is 4l ortant In thbt it nmSmires the double ar tee aoots at 8:20 asm. Jaime de la Quarto
..-. hazard. Another virt r is his durability. It takes something Pablo Molina, the profe.snal Harvey BreauS
mote desperate than a hangnail to get him out of there. BO ucaramanga. Colombia, Anibal Macruron
Beginning last Apri .Roy Cbmoanella was hailed as the best 1 t a lnder par (70) yesterday Buddy Godwin"
S catcher in tlp' rme with prilspects of all time greatness. The within a few strokes of Barbar
Brooklvn catcher has more E ttrsctive mannerisms but he is not Jaime de la Guardia R.aul Posse
SthIe -etter cp1rher The records testify he is not as good. He is a Ist Race "4-2" Natives-4 ha 5 and Amateur0.reaux Herb Mitten
".15 hitter. Ynai .290 Laq' year he was .312 with 124 batted In). Purse: 5275.01-Pool Closet 1145 U carr6n (PanamAp)s Matt shannon
frThere I. s ,ody"Tn the Yankee batting otder-and this goes First Race of the Doubles win (from Miami) ad Joe Kirkwood
for DiMes o b kn dependable in .the clutch, and he's just 1-Carilpo C. Chong 112 b (from rasoarook) Jalme Sa
as lsl,2,o break up pF.e. wilth a poke single to left as a homer --Hercules D. Tufdis 1112 were onie over Saturday as were Dic:. Thoiapson
into t right field stands. have no argument with the vote 3-Romantico M. Guerrero 112 Matt Shannon, Joe Kirkwood-and Hector Valdes
watch clHaimed Ph'1 Rin-nto 'Pe most valuable. I Would have had 4-Sincero J. Bravo 122 Jalme SfenL. Eragmo de la Guardls
lessad the award rone tc Ybgi. 5--Golden Babe G. Banch. 116 Those who had even par rounds D. Carmona
6--PesadUlla D. D'Andrea 118 of 72 Saturday included Dick Maurice Muller
SAtl EX'CITING PLAYER TO WATCH 7-Mirands F. Avlt 114 Thompson and Dr. Earle' Ger- George Riley
8-VillUarreal F. Rose 114 rans. *., Earle Gerrans
it is popular to picture the St. Louis Italian as a Mortimer 9--D. Babrioa A. Valdivia 114 Today's p s and starting Bud Hammond
S, Snerd in shin pe.aro:. And while It is probably true that Prof. 10-Canaveral O. Chansa 117 times: (No t ches starting Clyde Ellia
ns'ein is able to wr.rk out an involved equation without his- at8a.m.:45 in theCharles MacMurry
assistance, Yogi is no rock. Indeed. as ball plaera go, aQ ft .C afternoon at Al Corsale
much pt',er th.n average Tbere mit be eooor'ason why ngel ad t.M Natives *% F en. oin the at : S Pablh aldi
g 5 04 Poolhelate;uuPabli Valdi
catches him ever day ana twice In key double headers. Pie: S5MS Pool Closes 1:15 in the a t ke likowki
I think he'i the most interesting all played to watch in the Second Race of the Doubles Jek Smith
S liajors. There's i nothing sa'tic about ilm. Exuberant is not pre- 1 on ,R. Domez 124 Jm Ridge
a.ely the word. yet somchrw he gives the Impression Of energy. -W anaZ' ,..arlo 101 8:00- fa M.Muller, Dick Dehlinger
eagerness and entnuslaan: is.ce the Yankees function remark- 3-Manoete C. ong 111x Earle Gerr .-.- Gonzalo Saens I
ablts a unit It would b untfai to single out an Individual-but 4-Marsellesa ., Avia 124 8:07-M tit Joe Kirk- Dave Weatman
.1 name me a better team pluver than Berra. 5-.-La.Loba sB. Ptlid 124 wood, Dick _. Charley Wood
6-Taponazo .E. Ortega 107x 8:14_An .,U= MVarron, Buddy
The YogI caricature is lapired by his total lack of inhibitions 7-Proton I. Silver 104x Godwin, Joe
and sel: Importance. The fe'l1w who wrote the song "Doin' what at. --21-Dav t Jalme d
nrturallyV" could ha"e had him in mind, Doin' and saying 3rd Race "C" Na sve 6"g Fs. la 21uardiave JBreaux d
7'tble Idaept Tommv Hnrlch related the other night at the Purse: $325.00 -4 ol Close. 1:45 Guad Ny B ux.
4U the liliess held !or him one
L" l hid completed a double play at the plate. tagging the 1--l Maro J. Ruiz 108
ttetr-ho h2ad nter at h.I. feet pnd th, runner who had come 2-Invasora YPresott 107x
;4'W sI the atteionted swue~..e from third. Back In the dugout his 3-GMr. Espinosa) R. eaza 107x.
matA.rcoi limenter! hom. fordit was an unusual performance 4- Gritoy Plata. H e 1 By DICW18 ER
tot' jteatcher. Yogi was utmprrsed. 5-Batan M. Hurley 118 By ICStf est
SelI just touched cve body I could" he shrugged. 76-olitoan Bravo 110 NEA Staft iOpemdent
SB--______________ -Bijagual E. .Corcho 106x McCoy Tarry ntglined as Mem-
.p I phis State Coleg basketball
S Juan ranCO Tip 4th Race "F-2" Natves-4, Firs. coach.
J Purse: 5275.00 Pool Closes 2:20
I i M T ?- Quinlela One reason he gave for quit-
1-Jullto 5J. Chuna 120x tings was that he had to paint.,
S1-Pesadilla Sincero 3-Pasadena G. Ramos 113x messenger boy type work in adil-
a VI2-La Lobs Marsellesa 4--uan Huincho E. Ortega 112x tion to coaching. He saId it wasn't
3-Invasra Lolio friendship P. Rose 115 dignified.
." 3- 4-Recdo Friendship '6-Pajarito E, Darlo 115
d. fd ,tl -s 7-Reecodoi D'Andre118 Imagine a basketball coach
5-Ave.Road Rathlin Light le) --- DerdA.DAnrea 118
Wri -Betun Bendi o 8-Tap Dancer A. Vergara 118 witl dignity
S--L8tuana Alfonsito 5th Race "C" Ii ed I'ile They're the most undignifled
S8-El Monge Isley Head uraca Purse: 650.00 ool Closes 2:55 people, next to hoboes, praise
r r l -9Phoe-El M Apponge o (e ro> 1--Ave. Road J. Phillips 113 fight manages and congressmen.
U'N 101-Phoebus Appo l o (e) avo 2-Bolero J. Bravo 116
NE 11 -El Ind hoebs Appollo 3-The Dauber B. Moreno 110 Sowing grass seed takes almost
k. .. ...oeu.Appollo eAA 4--Sismo E. Silver 104x as much science as coaching bas-
O 5-R th,. Light) J. Avila 124 ketball.
6--ThMr oaod iR. Vasques 11i -
.. : th 3,7-Cheribribn F. Bose 126 In both. you start b putting a.
:.'.i J ++ .aam-- good hand in the Iucket.
I 6th Rae "G* IN e 7 Fgas. -
"^ 1Purnse: 45600.0 ..e1i Cloaes 2:15 Tarry coula't ut wby he had
t / *tFint RaejthtUm Doubles to paint. But the eo. wp officials
!^aSV,^- ^ ,A I--Bcotch Crittt, J. Avila 130 knew what they woreif doing.
--Arabe I1 B. Pulido 120 .
3-Bendigo F. Rose 112 Did you ever heart two basket
i:,[ 4---.a1cedo J. Bravo 117 ball coaches discussing the game?
5-Jepperin J. Chuna 103x They could.be dilscustng pain -
6-Danescourt Jose Rodgz. 109 ing Just as well:
7--Olante II G. Sanchez 108 .
b I8-Pergamino A. Vergara 112x COACH A; ory doing
9-Pepsi Cola U. Guerte. 120 this year, flu?
10-Betun. 0 Prescott 110x COACH t l ad. u,
f lailA ilSSth Race "H" Imported -1 Mile shellacked i. ~ sr 1theotgti
Purse: 54306 Peel Close. 4:05 COACH aLJ4 ..well thatil
Second 3seg of the Doubles happen. We'fe ilut we lasS A
1-Terry 3. B. Ycuaa l0x a couple ofn:,ladderu6wa
2--Oran 1M1 0. Vanche 11 d der the bo .-
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2 Gr Ebhanpion, Say Young OI j Aii.
+YP2'. +-- By 3W14ii 34,OlA0AN Braddock. Maxie Roenbloom and rushed out of his corner. (t
g p nearly 2t N p s Bd Battling Ik. lost a close one io smacked Omn y wth a as
Pans-5^ mL^ 'IJimmy alattery. to the Jaw. I was a f mne6 w
Sthe Pana- NEW YOR Jan. 7 (N.BA). -r But his favorite fighter was strategy, made Dempeyr
EwU Ajmi 'f LignlT iht ,ere are two school o! houlht ]and ls -- Tunney. hIm. t' "'--
. med Light 1regardn two acho rl.ho ht Leutenant Veydoveo a g r e b s "When everyone In Od
l'h9 l tht John- One holdtE tha .Iad the Ol0- with Fleischer and Tunney that Pield expected Dempsey rnzr
i t under, zard is nothing more than the time will correct an inabural e lIh Tunney after he had
rr *> w .jer beat oa a venr or4i4ry lot. appraisal of Charles. him in the seventh roundaa f
< ,/ ''** Charles dro e ven farther second match, Oeae had
+" "-:" '- In the estmation et ths group "Tunney had to do it again Dc- presence of mind to har -] i
wher the rubbertire a eted Lee fore too many gave him a turn- until he head cleared. N
Onma was't botled I the ble," he explain, "yet he was one, thinking saved tb tltlew
Nine and a frhcto. rounds that of the best of the champions. I end of the round went
elapsed before ttlkrange chi- would place him on a par with last hope of recapt guringi
longer took hs wal"k. Dempasey. He lacked some of cha mp ionshi p. T ypawi
The other division of critics Demp ey's characterlatics, lnclu- charge again In the net
^^^B^rate Charle sa creditable ti~e- h^ color, but he was skUilN. wasI~esthe restof the~d
b holder.-Th gl u s -ch crafty, selntfIc. He was The "0C "lune woqi vio.
Competent auth itl- j at Corbett of his time, fast and cle smaLr o uis. .
lalseiher. Gene 'twlaey and Po- ver. and packed a punch pow- The trouble *4th Epard CheSS
lice Lieut. Wlm aydovec. erful enough to. do damage. He U that ualess Joe Laols come _
"The efflcent. Charles wonid had courage, was fearless, long way back. th sU nf
have been mj the leaders 'Tunney proved hias courage in of consequence-for lit to Oae
when Jack "leap e d ,e says. the first LD psey fight when he smart. '' '
Editor fI of. The Ring
magazine ,whohsbeen watching Giv -- .':
blo.k .bs b or s yea. Cive Foulers Enough Rope -Allen
"Charlea to easellent boxer/ -- o -- ".'
who, Tnewil a sl! .~towdatre .s bohe IAfue ise" wudmz~isIm pu ~~~~ s~ l r
goes along," Se Tpainey LAWRENCB, Kans.. Jan. 27 would be lifted, alowing plant,
Tunney spqaka from exerl- (NRA).- Dr. Forrest C, Allen, in to commit as may- asj'
ence when he aa Chaese.a only his 34th season as Kansas basket- 'I;By foujing. player woia
paying tbe, pelty for having ball coach, brings up the contro- hurt their own tame, flae
beaten and fOlowed in the foot- verslal two-minute rule again- offended team would tetalsn p i-
steps of .pota land ex- only he wants It In effect.during session. Give the fouling ding
Lraordlnay champion, Joe Louis., the entire game. all the rope they want andU S
Tuntaey (foowed Danpeey. but A fouled player would make nls my system they'll hang thefi
the diflermnce i' that the Manly free throw, then take possession selves," says Allen.
Marine was paid plenty for U.it, at mid-court, under Phog Allens The Kaati s coach IntriOs.e.
SPolice Lieutenant Veydovec of plan. his newest idea in artule In a oM
the Bayonn N. 3., department The limit of five fouls per man tipnal magazine.
recalls ha l read tihG heard 0A
that the p ftbli wa slowe o P.c- -i_ "__ _'__ _
capt the asuperlatively ski 'll Jame
3. Corbett after he knocked out
the immiotal John L. Sulliven.
SA pair ofe- ofne)as were
Thnnev's SaL pa rt ners fr CLASSIFIED
H In 's- =is-thetw PA. M W D
with Des and the swan Ion;
iram will be a four-round rell- with Tol Heenet One w s
a 'rttipg Ese :cu- Harold M qs. the other i._euen-
ar.. ana .ant Veydovec ring name illy .
General tickets cost Vidabeot. The latter beat there
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[:- LIU ask yourself... "What's A Bargain?" Often it's the reward
S ofgood timing in buying real estate, cattle, an automobile, or
home. The same wise thinking is necessary on the part of
hipy Mrs. Housewife who handles the family budget. You're look-
*ta for good values for your money in terms of every day liv-
np...good clothes for the family, furniture for the home. and
toeod for healthful, appetizing meals.

S"Keep Clothes
|A l All Set To Go
BY AULICIA HAT
:NEA Staff Wrter
Pressing for work each morn-
ing Is, for many women, a mad
scramble for clothes. They select,
they reject. They find a button
,* 'missing here, a run there, a stain
somewhere else, They finally
emerge In a not-quite-right cos-
Stsuir buys! tume, feeling as though they'd
J ust run an obstacle course.
!r beat bargains in every day
S ving will be found in store This does not necessarily Idi-
Zhbt here in Panama. And cate a lack of concern about ap-
thre's no need for you to take pearance, but rather, In most
time, out to go In search for cases, a lack of organization. Busy
brains every Sunday page women find it difficult to re-
bar.ans -i every Sunday page member the details that keep a
of the Spanish Section of this wardrobe in smooth working or-
Dewspaper, titled "Mae Por nu der unless they set up some sort
SDnmro" (more for your money) of system.
features sales in progress and of ystem'
Special values for the coming A desk calendar of the kind
week. Read this palge every Sun- that is uedn offices a great
da. it will make shopping In that is used in officesinin a great
Panama both pleasat and re- help in such an efficiency cam-
Sboth le nd re- paign. At night as each garment
Swarming. Is removed, its condition should
be examined. If quick fix-its are
indicated before the next wear-
ing, a notation should be made
upon the calendar. These might
Include: sew veil on hat, re-sole
r brown shoes, fix hem on green
dress.
When a few free moments pre-
sent themselves in the evenings
or on week-ends, mending and
ypolishin5tstks can be tackled at
qncr wt4 po time lost in aimless.
exzplorastr bumbling through
Man, it's a money-saver! you! closet.
E 'S a sale that brings the Another helpfultrickU to hang
wrinkled dresses Iin need f press-
H man of the house Into.the ng at -on. end of your closet.
picture and is sure to score-a Kep -freshly-ironed wearable
.- .drwt hit with him! BE._TF, se at ta e other. When the stock
men's clothing stores Ne46. 54 ws uliu ht the l Atter end, it I s
Central Avenue in Pan I .. r o sp d an events at the
opposite the Commissary' CU rning ad. This willt recent
Ion Is featuring superb values your getting caught short n
Id men's suits and slacks at ting caught ort a
pi es that are mighty easy on workday morning.
t he billfold! Take you-r pick "
It's a g odidea, too, to reserve
If- rom a fabulous collection of a od Idea, too, o reserve
& 000 suits. tropical, worsted, arn empty drawer ori a ceap laun-
1elanese, seersucker, gabardine, dry bag for underth ins in need
1w : ~ wool. prices start at of care. When the sup ly in your
1*: 1 2.0 and 10,000 pairs of regular lnere drawer dwindles
lacks, so right for casual wear, re. gar lingere drawer d dl ,
S Wleced from $3.9. consider it a warning that the
time has come to attend to the
stocking runs and broken straps
in your need-care department.
18 to raise funds for a chil-
dren's summer camp. Tickets -
$10 each can be purchased at
the Ancon Inn. Angelini's, or
Duran's. A 3-bedroom chalet in
S"El Cangrejo" addition Is the
first prize a "Henry J" Auto-
mobile, second prize third
prize a "Norge" refrigerator and
washer and an "Eina" sewing
S machine. .and hundreds of
valuable approximation prizes.
K Your purchase of a ticket will
send happy youngsters to camp
"next summer all of them for
6 the first time. Your support Is
1< needed I


nappy homeamKer specma
S OOD news for the home...for
S the next 30 days AOENCIAS
S LUMINA No. 232 Central Ave-
nue is offering a 30% dis-
sount on Qlbson Refrigerators.
Electric Ranges, as well as toast-
era, mixers, perco I a t o r s and
many other labor-saving appli-
ances and 20% discount on
Hoover Washers. Here, too. you'll
find a large assortment of wall
lamps...some priced as low as
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Iappier, healthier youngsters!
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sun costume (left), dealsignSe lwue cotton laf ansad bord on the skltM lI shapes up e Se olf a
which overlays wIe pique( the aklrted dress and tiny ate a yt Ihful bowler .i t by Mr. ohta wi a r-folated a
bolero. Sun top bodlee Isbor in white pique, bow-used in I brim and blaok velvet tie around O MWit on l
front. Dramatic afternoon drW (rlght) degned by Marinolil, lace stands out In boll against the rt e t bakgrowm of orfaO' is
plays fragile black silk Chaulyi l e asalmest ark white line. the sash. Lace is no lol e "Sened to formal t owwe
BY KAY SHERWOOD port the conquest. Fabric allies lace overskirts slip on overslimple lace redingotes, or ackets en-
NA Staff Writer are linen, silk. and t..wide range sted cotton broadcloth dresses sembled with bei4ge linen saheasth
of cottons from ique to sateen. o dress-up wear. e ai- dresses. ina
LACE IS OUT to conquer new Cotton lae@ hits Its stride In gans, as casaually steyld -as a Straw si.__ apen beglln eenju of ic
fashion fields. the sportswear field. You'll see sweater, are tailored In late. untrimmed bom t.which .rely on them a
Breaking with the traditimi white or beige-toned lace used LWhen and lace o join.p. to the opando r lP&tn to-supply pointmu
that confines lace to regal even- over brown sateen in halter*nec:- double the charm of da day- the intereat..U6rsd white o-.
ing gowns. bridal veils, baby bone ed bathing suits. White pique time dresses. Cobweb black ton lace apeps*tMarInuMand Bnoe
nets and lingerie, this airy fabrip over-laid with colored me on- Chantilly lace,. or -m.~ Ino. ele~. t riAm to i at..S su I
breeses out In sportswear, day- patterned lace shows wp in sharply contrasts with stark In ag4w got as
time toasangaB3ou is. saucy kull-skirted sun IdSesas. white lUen afternpo dresses. lance teaseIts sc rolled
Laasoev.er c on. tru Some sun-bcled tor.sffv the touie-oaetde ove W.satn-_or _M.d. -W.;I
the fra gie dlkto coase team-wor k to'ftcludwrver-,ip.lace and linen r oeq red 4 ,m I ,". ot
cotton and erocheoted s w, sup- boleros. Sweeping b"lohw white In s ob tailored as beige color. it

22 Dut 4 are, Patlleuce We :
uA0 sats a, ver Beautify Eyes
BY ALICIA" MART
St nNA Staff Writer
lne O rn ormal eng Thick, luxuriant lashesare. the
Stream of every woman who'di-Ikvisable
-n't own them. With pae&u y o. on l
BY GAILK DUGAS tached for informal serving in do art lot to thrac 4m. 4.is, o.
NEA Staff Writer the garden or on the terrace, for lashes Into thicker, l-ner w tidM
lightsnacks in t]tevenlng. There frch night before yo go to done ery
NEW YORK-(NSA) Infor- are glass salad bowls cups and Mbed, dih small, cle oantoard comne a
mal dining which has simplicity saucers, and ualwlq plates brusedh dipto a smalltor ol and it's p to
as its keynote is aided by new. each with room fora cup-n this our lashes. Work from rooandIt's up to
double-duty glassware, place same garden series Each set is tlp and while you're at paM
mats which wipe clean, sliver de- patterned after a lower. the brush over your ayIt
signed to go w th pottery dishes, wre atere? o Yu'l e tov e e t1 er-
and colored lace cloths which ? S1t pa t"oter enco within ree weeks. onl- J *a
launder easily and quIcly, fikoaes ri Meanwhile, false lashes are not s. h
In a new glssware series de- -er-s attacdhed.sareno
signed for convenience, de poertD ora Ite .......
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poetry idishe. The Pattrn,
which Is simple and modern,
takes its design from the ilmy-of-
the-valley. _
Reversible Joe etos which
reveal a different p.tti, on each I FR.
side have been doe in color. SC A
These colors amr f folks fort?
pottery:grat f wd, N=
and emerald. f402t .s are done
In cheekrbod wave. cross I U
stri of op"Bwr4 oed bor- -
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pel (dith Bakeryl of Phlla-
hia, Pnmylvania. will arrive
>rrow on the 8 Ote~stobal to
for several weeks with Mrs.
pel's mother, Mrs. Donald T.
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sister. Mr. Mandlr. M aenner
Cuff, at 0048 Amador Road,


Departure
Miss Olive Bherk an Mid Jean
Bolle, who have been the house
gets of Miss hek's brother-
in-law and ssater, Mr. and Mrs.
OGerge Lee, in BalbbR for ten
days, are leaving today by alr-
plane for New York.
Mrs. Weade Arrive
Monday
-Mrs. Fred M. Weade .f New-
port News, Virginia, who visits
the Isthmus each winter, is ar-
riving tomorrow on the S.. Cris-
tobal to be the house gutof her
.son and his wife, Captain and
Urs. Fred M. Weads, r. ia An-
con. Her husband plans to Join
her here within two or three
weeks.
Mr. Lewis Goes
To WashBlngtoa
Mr. John P. Lewis of BDlboa
lHeghts left today ; W I laeM on
a short trip ie Washurta, D.C.
Colege Club Ta
Garden Party z inday
SThe Canal laho La Club
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SdHawthorald he has noth-
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Rom, of the no,, on COINt
S j^V oeIeut Afl wa for the N Jan.27 (U~ll)
ao bui n; -, .. .' .,;' ; WA8 W AmL2,o(,M)
. oteles m preentativs of
to New York, wife of the hoM tue eran repqI is


....--- ..... : have been buried on price Oon-
t ail members bf the club- a. Duck Crs"t Party troie yesterday by the
ther guests. Member. e we Of TeX,, menUM Unite4k
to make reservatas. f ti Of Te .li i., Ad ant ret of tate for
I sta not later than tcMowInterAmef Affairs, lard
o telephoning to Mr r rACA, )-. L. Od- Miller., met wa iIn
V742, Mr. InW.s, a--nl,.ar had Aile 'olilal" witnesCi his offjas with ambassadets and
Bntetter, a2-s58, or Mrs. JW- O unusea *athp. They other lat of mission rot a-
ted, T373. .were the- b e aN d hibway tin Ameria.
t_____. trolen flktag. In a nearby
S4MINDATA TO amitO N
anG LIC MNES wlth 'dnnow and threw w Indeated tseld vfttl ternt in
O PFrank, I, of Fort, deep water. He gota strikeM-'a this problem both in regard m
K i yot9 f Jcity. few minutes. product shipped to the United
to -I 3, of The catch turned out to be a States and of tho btMned from
Co big duck .* thbi country." Mll and the La-
tin American representatives
conferred, the Department said,
"For the purpose of exchanging
views in regard to this mutual
problem.".
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FORkALE FOR SALE
Automobiles Miseellaneoe
IO SALE:-De Luxe 1940 Packard Save. $15000 FOR ALE: Lae
.-Sedan, in perfect condition, suit- Lake. I I House 119. Apt A.I
ble for Taxi or Limousine, looks symeeeal Gooed. Tedl. 6-177ed
ianrd runs like new Miller. Qtrs. Sset 1
1 "C" NAD. Tel. Navy 3669. Smrfl f9 FOR SALE: -Frigi daire
INTERNATIONAL JWIELtY 60 cycl and mi n
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac Sedan, edjolinisg Inernationl Heel hoad furnIture and
t WSW. Radio, plastic covers, 7,000 Street No. 61 IPanm
miles. Balboa Fire Station, all day FOR SALE:-Radio with record play- 1. Tel. 2-1274).
I Friday and Sunday. Swonn. er, in cabinet, electric froner, con-
sole sewing machine, vacuum FOR SALE:-Refrigerator
FOR SALE--BARGAIN Ford coupe cleaner. 0556-A, Chagres St., An- 8.5 cu. ft. with full widik
1935. Very good condition. Call con. E. ,washing machine.
Dominguez. 2-0710, 3-2445, Pan ycle; misc. -hous eld f
ama. FOR SALE Construction office re- 2-1468, Balbo.a.
moval at Hotel EL PANAMA in- ..
I'1 fOR SALE:-1936 De Sato Sedan. cluding all plumbing and electrical FOR SALE:-One plain I
excellent condition, must be seen work. Sealed proposals will be re- Grand 6'5". tropicalM
to be appreciated, Dixon. 1417-D. ceived until 3 p.m. Tuesday. Feb. action with one. Perfett
i' Carr iaolboo. Plone 2-2719. ruary 20. 1951 by: ARANGO & Solid mahogany fuml ei4
LYONS. PALSMITH. S. A., Apat. I bedstead, double, 1
FOR SALE:-Packard Tudor Sedan, tado 1848 Tel. 3-1211. dinngroom suite. I 21sind. '
1940, motor excellent condition. music, 1 high chair. Wilt
tires good, radio. Call 83-3296 FOR SALE-BARGAIN. Piano. excel- sacrifice. See at 811' 1-:
V during duty hours. lent tone. Mahogany case. House St.. Balboa. any tim
.. No. 5. 3rd of November St. Pan-
FOR SALE -1942 4 Door Plymouth ama. FOR SALE:-3 PC. ou id
good condition, 5475 00. 2155-B, livinfroom set wf.
7th St., Curundu. FOR SALE:--Wincheter 12 Gauge. cushions, changeable
:e Wa .. / pump repeater, shot gun. Factory 00. I large wooden a
FOR SALE.-1948 Buick Estore new. Never fired. List price $85.- writer well $10 OS
gon with radio. good tires, new 00 Will sell for $75.00. House yocan Terrace. Ancon. Te .
top and point job. Can be seen 5720-0, Noble Place. Diablo Hgts.
at Quarters 75. Ft. Cla:ton, Or FOR SALE: Nor._figj ._ 7' .'.
telephone 87-3248. F:. Clayton. OR Sdoor. 25 cycle ne ii. -
Price 51.700. LTCOL Armstrong. LE porcelain. $100.00.
R SALE:-Two wheel trailer three Real Estate SiberJ t. Gai,,a..r.t-i *.f ,.
Yrs. old $550.00, 1-4 horse 25 FOR SALE--. I
.;- cycle motor $15 00; grinding aod FOR SALE: Two story building. Westinghouse refr
polishing head with attachments, downstairs cement, upstairs boards. Craftsman 6" wod pi 4*l
.3.00 49 New Cristobal 3-1532. 1.000 M2, good condition. rea- deeps fishing tackl
FOR SALE: -Studebaker '41. perfect Porras. San Francisco de to Cles.
4.'. condition. $285.00, No 86, 9th to No 151. For information ap-
Street. Son Francisco. ply same house downstairs. "EI0
FOR SALE -Chevrolet 48 Convert- FOR SALE:-Finca No. 79 El Hato RiL I
bible, can be financed, for informa- El Voile de Anton 3 1-2 acres. Williams Santo Claro U -
tion :all or see Mr. Frank Aleman stream, riding horse, accommodates Two bedrooms. electric mlil
Smoot v Paredes. eight. Cash only. See weekends. tlon Rooan' JreP
boo 2-.050. Except
FOR SALE Buick Super 4-door a 4l r ALrI e
1949 practically new. with radio, IMISCELL rANEOUS llip. Bsgi D.m f
seat covers, bargain. Will finance. ,- Box number 43. "- ft1.-I. f .-."
Phone 633-J. Colon. OWN your own business. Raise chin- Panama 3.1877 ao Crsoli t 3'l I-rM|IIORS decoam ti
|t" ----- ., .chillos for fun G& profit. Represen. 167.t, ... .
FOR SALE oCaiiCritobAI -2536 cGRAMLICH'S Santo Clara b 1 PANAMA HOTEvL
" n 0 ...................cottages, furnished, eectri, -,,, i
Sisals & Mlnlors WANTED--Upright piano fork about frigo.tirts. modrt rate M OR
FOR SALE. Outboard motor, new. 50 Address Box 668. A.rcon. Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-57. "t B Tl
1950 Mercury 25 H. P. complete SI
S..- boat hardware for outbord. 8 Help W anted FOR RENT ;
gross brass screws I" number 8 ---I--I-1--i,______ i .-.
Substantially under list. Inquire WANTED:-First class cook. Only A -m m-""m i
Mr Cox. Cristobal Yacht Club. respectable woman need apply. pr
FOR SALE--36 Ft. Hull 1 1-2 Send n address and referen- FOR RENT: ALHAMRA APAW.i i i .a t in i
cpe rfaste Fe. 2ce to Box 93, Colon. MINTS. Pumisbg wo reelow-4-11t"
Phone Cristobal 3-1413 after 7:00 .fgl
p. m. for appoi tment. cooking and domestic work, one on premises LA 8061. Ap. 2 .i
." _p. m. for appointnen,. t person.. Address: 3rd Street No. Telephone- --13 "Con r -
FOR SALE-20 ft deck ondabn 17 lower floor 7 a. m. to p.
runabout. Neoly new 60 H. P. en- m. Tel. 2-2057, Panama. FOR RENT:-Apartmnt fr ,,re
e. New battery and engine acWAN :43rd Street East and Ave. Mexb1
gine. New battery and engine ac- WANTED: Operator for shirt co. Call 3-0140. as n"
S cesaores Coarries 6 people. Reason- rn .h. Tip Top Cleon- /_____________._ "1 _.
ble Cal Fort Amodor 3139 du press g machine. Tip Tap Clean- .
i dble Coll Fr oAmrod rt Clay3 n ers. 29th East St. No. 20. FOR RENT:-Two-bedroom apart- As .t
32g97 after duty hours mnt, bathroom, livingro"om, d
-- af rdu hours W ANTED ingrom, kitch, pory, ns p
FOR SALE-Motors. 1 HP, 60 Cycle. quarters and garage at 401h St.,
3 PH.- 1-4 HP Cycle- 2 HP. 29 L Miiellaneoul No. 15, phon 31952. For
Cycle 1 PH.: 5 HP. 25 Cycle. 3 ------ RV .i 2t d
PH 1445-A. Owens St.- 2-3630. WANTED: Experienced spotter. rI 2.I r, k 1 mo *
FOR... ... Good reference is strictly required. Famil oWsaenta
-cr C i Good salary for the rih man. Tip .... _S ,-. ,..,___.___
I. FOR SALE _-_,_n_ ....____ ___, _,_ / __."L "
FOR S LTop cleaners. 29th ast St., No. cn, El CAveS e laan Maessi11 1
20. can, ElComa., San Frubi _ised Ii
SHouses CaT20_ Coleta. Telephone 3408, Wil-
FOR SALE:-Modern concrete chalet Mother Makes Good llms
2 bedroom lving-diningroom. ser- As Truk Driver
vant quarters, completely tiled, SALT LAKE CITY. Jan. 27 (PI i
S electric lights running water titled -Mrs. Annie C ., f _ou-,

concrete house, chalet 2 bedrooms ts licensed to handle any fr n Or. J e a I
Proad facing Pitilla Airfield No .. ...on the road. o nt N oa I a.1 I g I.h. e
road faci n g No The mothe of three children, eI linuS am. -- 3.U 3 l "n I
S109. Call 3-0553. Mrs. edden Is a former n gLot Club at U ..Ti ,
Wave and she holds truck driv- -In' ....li"-m -- -
SCFOR SALE Ing licenses In California and ,a__
roa facing l AirfKentucky as well as Utah. h. .-
SMotorcyclesMrs. Crook assures anyone tact
Motorcycles "I can handle anything o.i
FOR SALE:-1942 Harley Motorcycle els._HEUItAT S i IHO U SE* 11.
S 1st class condition. 2171-B, Curun- '. .. .- 1 E I TIS DO NOT MANtfA TIS AD
id. u. I- Iut ltfrn 9 ."N Ir *Lsaui I a ai I


ARTHRITIS I! I
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Runatj.sm Athr'tHi, Neurlihe. 8
tIc, or Neuralij make y ou miern
and Interfer wIth you work anot
hour. without trying R mlnd. i. 1g
medleine works through Uth blood an
lurrla anry rapid la helping fAiht y
palM s in wreS: L Pirn dose tart
alleiate pl, LHelps rema Irrit
In Uroi Acid, which often cuse pa
UffITnea M and orneus. 1. Helps
wo- i a d elp with rteatr caomt
et Reomind om your drugglit to1
tnd see how fast It can easi ypur pal


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* Box 3318 PwaEiA 3-4230
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from 28-year-old C. itch es
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control and toppled Into a ditch I
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are corazm nmu s j7ro"nd. .-.
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SomeJ pePlework unrde
lat fai*if one root! In Texs' largest one-
building fatA i
esuper-
m CthIqI V bbomL -f'bfSsgt E 1 -li-A --
....Y. (UP) Ie.R 6p.t id to deler lii--' ,'"-
OLAHOMA c a. (UP) wherein the' a --
- The OklOatoPa Cl de- world. 1
counts tfne 01t4 fre Everything about the Consull-
quent parking lavw dat-V. dated-Vuleplantts iuR from
Under the new the pl t th.amont c-.
atorfmmercla feecoAby ers. .- .
receive a moth m t The M tle
/depnt."taItnt ,V. er fringe Ai tt r a S &
and typV!t offenses tblsdr K s'; r-
have committed. T i tla toaher.

ab e Accout ipply t tructu.Ao th
M TOM psBd th llimestsi mWles of them supp*.the Ii .a
*air -Iense ambers. aes be Steasm heat. Ia. used
1dr for each t*panyaBd ; sprawling structnhm :StIjtr
vitona with U K numbe-w conditioned .inU tem alU
employers can tell which driver s tae M 060 million galloss I
bro g the law. ea.h month to Qool the .
In the summer. .. i f l M -:" "|
The plan has proved popular When a shift ehanuw at. rl o"r un .
with both delivery services u w l p ,t there's aaffl ... l
ar rental companies, which da. do utl t awy l,
100M find their car lppund- Ta' lartt eater dns .
f eik Its they didn't know uVi trom up the
hadreceved. et upthe bumper tetme called
AI one manager remarked, I' cars leaving the plant on h heating at oanttaled
th or pmy an occasional, bLIf lane highway resemble l nes of ..tr .l M
than hate my drivers waste a ltc ants. Th eted s"ol, can wtthutan t"6W
of time hunting for parking muchhigher "ptill'and pr oept
pleass" Another probltma. loads thanconVentonal.aS e;G
Simpeon said the service will bp workers. That's the Job ot tals ..
ran I"n a strictly business baaeisur Oburn. He'1 te "fbod w rtee; Metaulliife pridlct ipIl fInd -
"lw'p no crime to get a par inima er" at COu;Vf,. .. lye n's W*Ni-l -s
toket," he explained. "Some Th worker ,c $n ,0 ant maieil in bein, l
-ue beat peoal get them. W andy bars 4,M seat
ire they may as well pay I .' nuts, 4,000 plais mi parts e atftha
thmike e public pays for oth- aco cups of Oee. Cotaumor n re ,
O on credit." usotlag of M 4Wo t


-A Ar-. K G r. o etatbe me ment.-
Am*K Are W ly hard
PRINwOV.LE, Uith, Jan. ( P) ad- w that s. "in aless
Margaret Harmer ha4 be ea t of'tthe etofy 'ktab tae easeed, theA f Wtif
blnd alnce 1941 but she does a t mes daily to pull S24 nte tt the e
day's work every day and travels filled with hot tn0 -" oM
10 Mile to do it. When the plant y, atredd s'.a
It three day on. tists, new treatment :01
Ner Job Is at the Murray Alleh t te o pot iss Wltaftoin t mn PI
enter for the adult blind in Salt ui' -- tlon wht w
Lake City. where she laces rubber tr -to te. il force n a."
porsh Meats, one of the many jobs in a The eenutasts the e' uf
doae by the blind at the center. te
trig e is about ,5 mls
to work. Miss HarmerA 'aiboards U 1 te f :-
b" In Springvlile and transfers n.uuiwwrff w.
to another bus on the outskirts of,
ity bus In downtown Wtt ae p t peratB
ity, crosse two streets and ail pm)r Th rem
Vdamt ..-.T ?: theh In t4Wd
When her day is done she-re- beun a t al
psate the trip. arrive hu f ow to that th i00
Miss Harmer explains that the VI am
ixceptlonal kindness of both tjhe W 31.
aterstate and city bus drivM e as ad
esreason why "I can travel wiM th e Pratt.
qMUldence." The men araa
In groups of 30
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wordm o aorld's reoA
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frm.ts The e c lam it bat, n ,u,- htect I g. .. .s
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qtid AI- OThe Institutionl n asburbtn Tlre ant.
Smpe ar atedlacheaths known as Mden T a later the
Smunst le ,Tie-taui College and.w-ith all thomei e..i- I.nLondn port-and
or some a tattven t ureas t natrlly has bn dlntgefor the retorIon uf
of the Mot- ha a rush business for all years he foun ded Mrdenu
gone to-- capital for of its existence. Chrlstopher W
tosiaaThere is. a althn lit, naat ura h tt UlGoe Its
nut "T hems0t Oonaer thetlet _B I Cm-ly. pAs for tco-edlut .io-n t 'dayb .. ,ing
nistomdMt ay be inton a.ave dciedI h the d to
session ie at t. 1 f ed"moder ye"att, va oly to taoe Theresose a =f to
wl th Rigt no 1 t eo41 student apve a srtst lena 5,ad
I tnottoof wItalysmed, but a miniature wll a s IRto
a..4rantewb ottsty
.... S ttn. and other .beiggbd aotTotredat mo eon It e u de meobon a or
S.xr odetrn homu Ia belnt bnt ta am ed
(rofann t o aJ a house 3e marrid couple arofeta b
b. Hsodthat UMste of M ak eWeCoreen.oughatt=0b1AMsaorss Hotlo -ea tnarl. an Thet3 .are
,k% 74^ 0~h"~pSg goses,"qult wof~auve report paradie of a hollee w5t ld age
fotindg -b Xr John Morden in bt ML


CsaTo.yDed EalyPopeMow bow

To Vatican Cellar By Pius


i Sa Wgr VATwCAN aITr (P) g- The whch s not open to the
I Cavas1er huge marble sarcopRhagus of Pope Pubi.
eros ofD l.te Sma o t ir. D wJi be -f Two- xtus IV hasbeeah moved to a The wdte mblest
OW -L- -M INr in the s. Vaticd. n ...seo P p e P ios
hrtemhwt d "l l boo whihded a tosaotaroe enturiet or iL mi abd. wearing-te0lea
s t "ran o f .8 001 1 the ierlan ove.r its questionablee taswnt and flowing robes of
solo eStn epoD tn L so ...a Ton g.s zzi..nl i jBl^r ra' ee.
at ani- to put the disputed monument caused the most




Se hav Denbatinver sixes a- t i^wu l aa-eopn the cug the mort ar op\
nd a e p) e" ." t C il t WIn t s e cin the aLter h- camule it shows i lrked,
n-W. W.r e t heCo ProfLn, J.eqp Margery "efen ,c O r to the pU i. woman.
e(ofb (j a. Mtilne wlan tot egpapa.t soum- flocking to St. Peters dIuri t O
SBledsoe. mar at tde B oar & o Island Holy Year.T other statues are
S15th N bolott gicaOl l athenn c novqred by nothing r.
the0 ship..lUni Lake. T e one. tls Designedaby AntonloPoRAhelo, Dhana. whose bow, ew
ptain Wh. ea epartseil e vitsionofthe an,- the aroophagus is a great Mat- qver manage to held Im
o ONOKONG. Jan, (PnB 0t comprom0ismn mals they will fid there. ble wort_ surmounted by ten n he lsfactortly.
Chinese haoe men with and the new They apect their studies will e or scantiy- lad women V-
Wiser etoenturiep-oldtnler1 ahabve deals:ea provide valuablet-ent to resenting the arts andM Tences.
ort able by theiruncoai under- "ra L teEstabis ad vuest eon tae l- t the btyeair of the discover of:t
1-arr r"r-ground war a t ast gON- On -and bigRest ive a ues involved Results America, the monument hA een
l querors of oIdi at f a.rof t"V lar. smaller of their Woark will be used In re- the eeiter o heated disguso s
inu e t a First organized toeel averl- ro lcder Brotheos search rsin scientifipod utsa- It was histalled in a proesiwnent LODH, O., (UP),-Mns,
throw the Manchi~a rs"Min W .wRed 8Lpa, s a all -boo whk h thw are uont, St. Peter's originally. lIam NAegele, U. has ah
eLonger, theIMcontr, soer eatao ung Hare "t'efor the Craunrook gms argument waent on full thee days.
Swhen vg have been battling per moe a- .rIn Pthein.Pre.rlbed at titlente.k ear various Popes de
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Loves Of 'Great ewel RobbW"


ringing David Bria To Cend
""" "'" "'"' "' in pre80oue s..
metals. He sold the.st7n
and melted the gold
uPn to be sold byothe .. O
The end came when blh'
wanted' po ter was ae3 n o i ieS
mual acquaintance, and,
arrested as he stepped FliM
plane in Cleveland
pryan Foy produced ti.
Brian appears with
of levels that would t
eyesof any mOviftlhe. :'
ere's level rie "1.
ol a cast as e earth, the nla
whose tip-off because of eslatls
rled the police to the"-,eo- r .
aI capture of the elusig -
Pilm fans will recall that w
eoe and Bing Crosby- It
duew d the song "White
maa" in "Holiday Inn."
Over year agoe, she nit
land and toured the
In a aterevival of -Burl.9"
Later, MG Reynolds etu 4to
Hollywood for a role in
Mdnight Kim."
Beautiful Claudia ret
peering as the Canadian I
finances Brian's esa Pe e
prion farm, was al b the
studio as a result of w
with the Encino Little Thetiat
group. 1
When David Brian learned that got a forged visitor's permit and Perdita Chandler, formerstW-
he was to portray the title rolein came to the United States. era model and Broadway
"The Great Jewel Robber," War- Dennis always worked alone, serves as Brian's accomp8li
nor Bros.' true filfi story of the wearing a mask and carrying a ing a robbery, later 1to9 d
infamous Gerard Dennis, Brian gun, which he used only once in On Broadway, Miss Chk-as 3-
set about digging up some inter- all of his crimes. He mingled in derstudled June Hayvo Iz bJL
eating facts about the one-man society, spotted women with the lean Hayride," and apiae at
crime wave. The film opens brightest Jewels, learned their several night clubs, them,
Thursday at the Central Thea living habits, and went to work. Number One Fifth Ave
ter. He often crashed big parties, air- Alice Talton, anoher of .ailn s
culated freely, 'cased the place' ladles in the film was or0 a
Born in Ontario, Canada. Den- and later returned to rob it a member of the famous WMl
nis was dark, handsome, quiet- without leaving a single clue. Bros. Navy Blues Sextette.
soken and apparently Irresist- When things got hot in New And then there's Jaq Dellne De
Ible to women. AL 16. he drew a Rochelle, where he lived for Wit, popular featVred layer, t
nine-month term for theft and awhile, he came west, two steps seen in "The DaMned o t "t
two yehrs later, on the same ahead of the pollee, as the wealthy divorcee who ["
count, was sent to a prison farm Dennis, an expert jeweler by advertently supplies the Jewl
for a year. He made his escape, that time, posed as a wholesale thief with robbery victim.

'Ill Get By' Offers Stars,

Sonas And Color At Bolboal


q-
In addition to the long faml- Mack Gordon, Jule -tyne and
liar title tune of the tunes In the Sammy Cahn, RaroldArlen, Ver-
"I'll Get By" songbook are "Deep non Duke and almost anyone else
In the Heart of Texas." "Down you care to mention;
Argentine Way." "I've Cot a Gal As settings for the Technicolor
in Kalamazoo," "You Make Me production numbers 3 replica of
Peel So Young." "Takin' a Chance the world-famous Roxy Theater
on Love," and "Stompin' at the in New Ybrk, eight night olubs
lavoy." The credit sheet reds and a half a dozen radio stations
Ike a Who's Who of Tin Pan Al- were constructed. In addition,
ey, enumerating as It does George Producer William Perlberg won
iershwin, Harry Warren add permission to travel freely any.


Nine stars, dozens of famous
Sngs and production numbers
and fully 52 lavish settings are
just a few of the inducements of-
S ered by the Balboa Theater's at-
traction, "I'll Get By." Twentieth
Cengury-Fox musical In color by
.Technicolor now showing.
SJuqe Haver, William Lundigan.
oria De Haven, Dennis Day and
marry James constitute the top
'echelon of stars gracing "I'll Get
with their presence. Thelma
and Steve Allen head the
'" ured complement, which fur
e lts Danny Davenport and
S Antrim. FU extra measure
~~a to be artet famous
u i nsa' on hand. Thse pitch-
n to give "I'll Get By" Its
Sister are Jeanne Crain.
i a Daley, Victor Mature and
S inald ardiner.
or Miss Haver "I'll Get By."
alable musical comedy about
; .up-and-coming song writers and
teIr girls, Is the first modem
dress musical in a dozen nostalgic
shows though "I'll Get By" has
Its own share of nostalgia In the
two dozen song hits of the late
nineteen thirties and early for-
"ties which are reprised in this
film about that era. Though
Lundlgan's talent Is non-musical.
be has the top romantic spot and
leaves the dancing to June Haver
and Gloria De Haven, playing a
sister act, the singing to Dennis
DaR and the trumpeting to Harry
Miss D6 Haven, fresh from a
long MGM association and hits
ike "Three Little Words" and
"Bummer Stock," steps out to free
lance with "I'll Get By." Day. a I
recruit from radio where he is in-
stitutionalized on both the Jack I
Benny and "Day in the Life of t
Dennis Day" shows, is making his 1
first film appearance In six years. i
Jamtes, of course, is the nation's o
number one trumpeter who occa- E
lonaily gets away from the 1
bandstand and homestead IBetty li
. Orable Is Mrs. James i for a film. C


your community station G


and the British Broadcasting Corporation


present


Selections from the


Fourth Internatonal Edinburgh Festival of Musk Ma.Orm


TODAY AT


2 P.M.


The Glasgow Orpheus Choir
Claudio Arrau, distinguished pianist

Peter Pears, tenor, accompanied by composer-pianist
Benjamin Britten
The Glyndebsewre Opera Company in exeerpta ftw

Mozart's "Ee.t operas THE MARRIAGE OF v f .i


i..f

I f; '*


tis love sto t


Ut Thursd at te
The Bert Oanet
released by ZBd~
which was shot .on-
go, tells 01of a Pqae
general who mad'-
it love with the vi.
iter of a wealthy a-


Srebel troops take over
the M e general, played by
d -Aramedariz, falls In love
ftth Iarts Dolores, a vibrant
prayed by Paulat.e
.10 io s defiant ard
Contemptuous of him.
U aidkre defiant she be-
fs.Beainore determined he
Si.t)ar. Not until a plague
WaZu endangers the town do
StWoflnd happiness with each
'ther-M the result of having
O9wMgt6 common foe.
OQbWt$ Roland, who will be
emwmberedfor a long list of


4%o4l0 films set in M eaic. 'ru
'"T WbPlWve" and "The Pearl," gur
wor'kEe on "The Torch." EmWlio it
S nu who directed "The
Pear q ul was aociate produ- div
er: of"t ngitive," dectod is c
' 'h. Tarh." Gabriel Figueroa, the
who w cameraman on both syn
e an "Pearl" served n
a4 W capacity for V per
orch." Both ernandez and F I-
uera0'won many a prize for their ap
previ work, and accoring cto
showings of "The Torch," they mol
where on the Tw tIetientiry- fed
Fox lot for 'the on-tibe-at me- 'l
quendea in the film whi bring In
on stars Jeanne Cran, Dan Dal- mol
ey, Victor Mature and Ieginald gre
Gardiner for their guest appear- to
ances. syn
"Ill Get By" as written by T
Richard Sale and Mary L who tho
did the popular "A Tlket to To- to 1
mahawk" and "Mother Is a the
Freshman" screen play as well,
from a screen story.by mobert El-
lis, Helen Logan iand Pnela Har- -A
ris. Bale, an accomplished direc- is 1
tor. handled that assignment, tie,
too. for


pal ter
artist.
the set.
River;
the atz]
rent me
boao,"
AidM A


pnMost-
Son
, which
Mcur-
'"re-
. also
M. Pna,
W, ave-
Old-fa-
Bl~ai"r'a


efforts ad; 01
ensuring the nA W-;tou.
qf accuracy gad q ud
Bert Oranet prodt- .
The p av m erl
Mexico's.Drom IW
behind.t -s.T
wanted tudisage e t
picturization of- s duri
the rebellion. 'oda
Portrays a Who
vglt. against epsei

Syntheki Rkbber

Being Im WTM"
M1N LA O ( ets at the AW.lty M of M
pesota are eflaging seathe


words
ihes
the
of
hey
true

re-


re of Incresand national secur-
needs.
r. IM. M olthoff, head of the
vision of analytlal chemistry.
credited with development uf
e cold rubber process by which
ithetic rubber s made at
.ezng rather than hgh, tem-
ature.
aolthoff and Dr. S.. ;. Meban,
ociate professor of analytical
emistry, a r e studylg t h e
lecular behavior and ,roper-
s of synthetic rubber. or the
eral otfie of rubbeEuMew .
[olthoff and Meehan are ttrv-"
to find out exactly what tihs
lecules of synthetic rubber 'in-
dients do when they combineB
form the giant molecules of
ithetic rubber.
'he answer they obtain, Kol-
fI said. will make it possible
Improve the qualities of syn-
tc rubber.
ZEWBURYPORT, Mass. (UP)
lmerica's oldest active banker
00-year-old Henry Balley LIt-
president of the Institution4
Savings here since 1899.


PANAMA CITY

THEATRES

Present


CENTRAL
Paul DOUOtIa.L mIte.

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Pannal Apuanee of the
AJntlnBiau Movie Star
MORENITA REY
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lameb aINae csunmtA n aenai awwiae nupn nI IMm :-adImiMa de sla do is
'w au na pueblos e do habla e
AN' w._ummeravAe. .N ne M @AM&I. Mcluso a lo Gde lIaIpre
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conra fl do mcad6ms trouG te-
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LA EFICIENCIA POSTAL xico inaugurAndose I l
Este congreto undratodk S aab
S- Los servicios de Correo requieren un funcio- py o de oble rno m IIo0supefiodad j
Anmiento tan pr6ximo a la perfecci6n come -lOo w pride S lf7 Sj e
sea possible, para beneficio de la comunidad. Den- lEcdenMexica.ans m litan- tuest.i
tro de las multiples actividades de esta dependen- te.-ie. .. o e A didg- ies ona
cia del Estado debe haber una constant vilan- cadems siene un temario d en l contrac-
dia a fin de corregir errors y de adapter alas I si a Ipotl.ub oc lfoin altmOe
realidades del present el sistema que rija ls ope- ij expuoaein pars a re _, d. u
raciones de este important servicio piblico. deTl oGa ActdeSal d Iort -
Sican c rrespondi its de Academia dea-
Para lograr esto, es decir, para que sea efi- Reca kpafipeol, propone .'Academia 4 "
ciente este ramo official, conviene que las autori-. au incluoiln_ n e proj e i Lnicol6gle o
del Prmer Congr dO,. .defintelo- .
dades encargadas de 61 obssrven detetdida y dCen- demiWdo la Lenua a fin co-
tlftc mente su funcionamiento y est6n prestas a cualm es an ida tas, no in -
pOner atenci6n alas .sanas sugestigones del p6bhlico pano e w i
en lo que se refiera a las operaclones del Corro. PRAMBULO ) oo e de recoger a
La puntualidad en el despacho y reparto de la rrespondent deIsa Mx S- "u A le Mbl o ol.
correspondencia es algo que demand absolute res- n p M opina Is J6dai C U
ponsabilidad en el personal encargado de esto. Los or ienclaf a Mru-"l s ntra
perjuicios que se le puede causar a cualquier per- Presaldent de 18 los- m ) a d um a
-- ninos Mexicanos, pr a m '.1 aldo. l I oa nde
sona per una ,rregularidad en este sentido acaso AcademisI'a P li e4 n use lS- WASHINGTON. enero 2 .-
no se pqedan prever. Y a prop6sito de la puntua- pafioli celebren y s mo-i (USI)-E S1ecretrlo de rta-
lidad mencionada cable poner infasis en la necesi- doD asdon dot o ean Ache" aAi- hr G-A fl0
dad- dei qu e se adopted medidas mis o menos es- nico eudeo of rece; ll mune 4) Convilpclade eOsU a uosper Isa rUner s tl esn t e n
trietas en 1o que se refiere a los dfas feriados en ent 1na Ahlsb orCa--pi S L Andn e P I 1odo 1 bradAel
esta instituci6n. los acadimicoa de vwinte na- no logismom dant-I Ati.snt arric ol Noti n
clones, ermanae por sue orge- o-. r .emplasr r I voices ex-I.,"u,,ot ;o'a deaace-.-
La vida commercial y privada de los asociados ne yre ar e l nguajo, r ts eely delan l tir ader ..
G. ..s.ta coordlflo .eu-nnam- W doldueydGe o is Induatnis
mufre algunos, y a veces series trastornos, cuando bien.',de .Gmolaatad y de om-- a_.anteoment. ,.i toA- chsonrs a cornentria on
Inesperadamente se sabe que las Oficinas del Co.- pror enmid' asea alser- f tm e olatorioIs brada el ml6rcolee en res purest
rreo estain cerrfdas por disposici6n o deereto pro- jar y ar splendor Idiom A propado teado un pld
,,., comunaroasmiles.T reis. recn- ) Medics mis apropios q Rn le interrag6 cado au
mu.-,do en ese sentido. tenare de persons, cuyas ead, pan impe a contrarrestar Is zeaccin con reasoto a los car-
Sserledad y saber laa alejan del va ait de lon barbarinoma y gas formulados ea lam notAs so-
En estos cases es convenient que se piense apaionamento. se congrega- a- lae WmG de construccifn. vilsca S5orO Bretafa y
que on el'prQcedimiento aludido se afectaa diver- rn al jir q blat m nd eteai l otmest F la pr, IsatEpb de so
Nde hs o e- aI .coma .imboloedi Is 'I&* ou 6, rrompofdlentOaP9V r s en ta o m an
sasacases de intereses de muchas personas, y g- concordia que wne y qlempat ei n r6a c lmina- lna m e ptentr na. i el-
nerAjmente se perjudica a extranjeros ea trtnsito S hun azrl a registradosrtodist tLndic6 que en, no-
o tu Nstas que en vista de. su itinerario hacen los en tre Gde Ia parties i mon- y 6par sa tn tuns ome menS doa ,...con
arrelos adecuados pa recibir en deteripinad do. El valor human Gel Ca n- $i luala do rcnia a stad UI.
greso superari asi al mquueo pie-a1 u 6n mflelente III SeOretario Adheson epree6
pals su correspondencia. Pero si a la Hegada de dan aleanar u trabajos tc- y v arralgo en1 el us ou el Tratdo del Ahtlnti del
data sucede que el Correo esta cerrado por un mo- enacfs saN Am dem ersea tdiael is o a n- estAa s-ado e ec
,Vivo especial, y si ello coincide con la fecha del via- como un solo cuerpo de de- e puedan eobesears en'tr In plk .l Geenas eectr va
;""fensa ldlomitica de tgual m tk y el V on o Individual, reconocl prIm
l e, por ejemplo. es evidence que se ocasiona un atra- manera quldoms pueblos al roAtel s loro Cuael Atntlco de aNorte.
so en los planes d turista repectvo. cules corrpon habrin de S. loo.- uer cargde que el Trta-
"!.Lnen ..a.Gonf oa on a agresivo a quosamense en
.- p. C. ..- sc o.n.ar. a r-, t de o r forms aalgun a la Uni6n I t-tt
eSi port duelo fO' po rc bJtrzi se 'eon, p Ge d 'a *hddf 6fiosuo ca es argument viejo, gastado
siderase justifica A i no de*. '-a b bi -F y absurdo, agag.
TVos&! rad A-mi., .
b. cer tot IIlk, 6l pricipal Ir tul .dr i. .'m..
que los teresados dispongin do algin medio pa. per otsra la dom a abaratar la it-
*, U ,, ornreo d cononine.ia establederf i a f la A- bllcaciones de cada Academia.
Ira Realoa um, on Is la Gcadem i;ble- beneficl oe lWe individuo de las
0) 1 alk que las sugestiones del pblico en este Puerto Rico, nio pueblo Se Ga den can redtaete.
S sentio encuentren eco en los altbe. funcionarloshabla espafola que n no la jk to s 7) .Procedimiento pare facial
de -ra de Comunicaciones para mejorar en todo verne dae onred quo see dta entea aises el Inercamblo
e. que sea possiblee el funcionamiento del Corree eni defn el .eno de o en constitute Gs .a lo de old eproducc lonesliterar on
dos matefts abren a n 12- -otorrianuefia Corr do Is 1loloiese do carictr personal.
Panams, de cuya eficiencia dependent, en algunas campo tla c_ tM.aad del "-afols. .w "t G) )a ocaslones, asuntos de character commercial y particu- .t lo y as .ieunewga8 ,t) ei6n COM & o u opara r der-
....de .uma im .o a. a. 7 it-- ) Revsien Ot doI caduealco para los autore Ge o-
lar de suma importancia. Puesto que Integraran el Con- rien actualmv e a l braus ue amplien el horizonte
g resom K cadlmia de la Len- o dodichas AeaSu1e s fllol6o a Uterarlo.
Sua rspano4a, y dado ue 80D "pfa0ol, y t--dd ua 1
fillale a corporoa ma-
triz las etblecldaau n los pal- "s"r "'S nte
nsa hlppano-aericano. -y en dispenmblie ntir
i raBls Filipinae, parese ra- toduas ellas.- *th ..a es
SJ yer azonable qui Isi rmait.,. y el 4 .onvenlenct- do o ad .s
-lie 1onar de la Real Acade- una de la Isasaist I eCor
Smia Espaola constituyan el iondientes ublum SOB Isl"
t eje de *u trabajos tcnicos ridad un fletod o ieolo-I &
S L L Tales son lau eonulderaco- h.lgica y literaria, womo vienen
nes e gn rles que mueven a I &haidndololapEsfim So047tFa
SAcademal Mexicana, Corre amers-nas. t* *P
pondiente de la Real 1 a flo- '/ o
.. ....IR, a proponer_ _ella uOl6.n en 5) Dlfusl6n de los estadlob Un- I SOSO
el program del Primer Con- iFO ytleo literary d '
greso de Academmla de la Len- n l_ dBimsuet d "e .
i I ... .. .... 1_ i .... L I/ gu e mo~aa Eo p0o de .O. te ma s /
ofrece a su numerosa clientela, ademas que a continusclon e enun- t ----. '--
clan aomeramente. I rItIm l !
de garantfa y prontitud, los siguientes l a. ZL CONORAUO: OIuD LarSr_. i
S I precious en reparacion de joyas y relojes: Idioma eapaflol.tIo Ave. Fo. Boyd o 401
I 1) IImportancla d conser- Col6n. r. ,
I I ": I/var la unldad fundanfiental del _
REPARACION DE RELOJES idl2oElidoa como nstru- .
culture de rats hlapanlca. 4 '1W 1003 g
SPoner. eje ................ .B/4.0 dI o El idlma coma t er ECHE r s I as lersvilloawa
Poner cuerda ................. ..,oo I eot d p l e. da *M r ANTOUA A aiss '
Fijet remontuar............ 1.50 Hu r ian m attle. RICO HELADO aNe*oy realsMn
Corona ...................... 1.00 1) atudlo general Ge las sus plerus.
Limpleza ................... 3.00 han eaho a I ade aBrsysttv'
SVidrios, desde ................. 0.75 olors, creecione
IVIanecillas, cada una........... 0.50 A V I S O di BERKSHIRE.
Regulaci6n .................... 1.00 j
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y todo lo coneerniente a relojes. Todo vehfculo de rueda de prophidd de
PRECIOS SUMAMENTE REBAJADOS emplevIos o residents de laI Z.a 1 del B r
PRECOS S AENTE REBAADOS Canal que se dedique al comereWlo .
RepRble eatO obligado aD obEJO yYA 'N IdnE-
REPARACION DE JOYAS porar su places quo aereditem e ha
Prendedores, dede ...........B/25.00 p do el impuepto nicipal a ERKSHItE KN


H. bills, desde ............... 40.00


Sortljas de Matrimonlo.........


10.00


Veons al POR MAYOR de repuestos y
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dealgmat at- fresentar a
est pa a toed la trana-
malson dl -mado en el Braul.
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tullo Vaumktomuut pseol6n el
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corislderan a qe Isa tima comu-
nicacl6n del regime de Pelpin
sobre Is p(opUMta de I& ONU
pars el ce del fuego en Coea
es meramete de
lon intenoo ed l-
gar a up aaUst. ]R 1B i.,
manifleato oaramen enilun
diacurso pronunciado per all
imbalador Warren R. A ut n
ante el Comit Politico deo. a
Anamblea Qeneral de las Na-
Iclans UnldGe, IUtegrado por re-
prosean tesa de B0 paieos. el
cual est a conalderando un pro-
yecto 49 resoluci6n en el que
se califlca a China eomunxlta
coma agresor en Cora.
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bt expre o poeG a la re-
aolucion lon delegados de N-
cuador y VenezuelA. Poeterior-
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* El Meajor Recepter de
mundo.
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varlael6n deuad.
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bridge, centro do
ciI lvegat igei6n Alto valer a bajo eatse.
ctinti&Ia.
DitzrlmMor.: -
UEBLERI VEA VIENA EL AGUILA
A 8il.MfSL SP .65 AM C stral 91
VENTAS AL CONTADO y power SISTEMA DE CLUB


Llegaron


los preciosos

"Vestidos de Bano


1951


Diverot' y 'modern[simos
Sestilos! Luzco radionto es-
to veram cAm.-n Catalina,
quo hard remlear los en-
canto. do..u finra.


Vengay -scoja el suyo
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CASA SPORT, S. A.
A gsatral No. 20 (Antigua Ferrbtria DueA)
AJKItA FERRETERIA ARTICULOK D CASA


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WM un cocktailt en su real- ne se encuentra de vlta en
eM a, para deapedir &I or 0 Parnam, el Dr. AdIbertd Mdijer
lnka Alfaro y soefors Olga A. y lsefors atesln e Mtld6r
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tto Ofreci6 el viernes una c"-
mida en su residencI. en ho-
nor de las Misl6n Agricola Nor-
teamericana que actualmecrte
ol4 vWslta.
..Del Club Interamericano de
Majeres
el Club Interamericano de
Mujerea de Panami recuerda a
laa clas linteresada en former
parts del coro que organza la
selora Mercedes de OGarcia Co-
rrea, que la primer reunl6n
tendri lugar maflana lunes a
lau 9 am. en las oflcinas del
club.


u& sal tra a .lo enterno nn iHa Almnenro en el Jardin Balboa
l rea cotas ndipen- bl: Lag 2r Oraduands del Liceo de
*" t L ken de un meico mpetent Seforitaa ge reunleron ayer da-
sod. M a & a de ,m ants un ae sns o p el Jai-
r.I 4 *1 ..." cdin Balboa., ca's enmemorar
t l 2 Bk TOAel anlwb"arie de .-uAueuac;6n
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DE V NTA q TOIDAB. LAB BOTICAS ta Rmyna, Elsa Pacheco, Rh:a
[A OTC.Villaverde. Rosa Palmer y .al-
SFARMACIA RUI Z sunas mis que so nos esca*-
pan de is memorial.
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1gul6 hoy para Cerro Punta
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2 lata No. 2 de Jugo de grape-
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locotdn.
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CITAC ION
La Muyla Respetable Gran Logno do Pe-


one muho families, KAB yUL parb lao Oanm.
ral a quIeroneuran a I Te bn.
ordinaria que se celebrari en el Temple
Mas6nico de la Ciudad de Panmip, 'Ca-
II. 13 Oete No. 1, final, el Domin.go
28 de Enero de 1951, a las 4 do Is tar.
dLa, en mmoria del Ilustre Gran Lornader P-
Estadista y Martir del Liberal a
"GENERAL ELOY ALFARO"*
E.x-Presideatp del .Ecuador.
JULIO C4t4,
Grn Seeeao.



I 'LINOTEX


De Pureo ilo


De Puro Hllo


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panameflos llos mualmeate f amo teodo de puro
hilo, LINOTEX A PREC1OS SENSACIONALES:
GUAYABANAU, 4o ajf u final de pou. kio........tB/I.SM
GUATABREBAt Alawgar, de peo ilmoh........ 5.50
GUATABEA, B s ort, d pre hle........ 4.50
eate parl" sto.
ACZPTOAM0S +opiO DR BIIUBAI PARA MEDICOS,
DENTISTAS T S SONAL MDICO., A LA MIDIDA.
SABANAS BLANCAS, do puro huil, 0 .5 B5
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S* l18e".......... 6.95
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suavidad de la te-.y Poid't Vanishing
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iQuemwspuede ud. desearpor Bi. 100? 1227 PREMIOS

Sorteo del Domingo 18 de Morzo de 1951 (USTED NO PUEDE FALLAR)


BOLETOS DE VENTA DONDE: DurIa, Anglei, Antonio, L lamov adi, Jolyero.t l Ba
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Senese.an. a incluyendo accionas del cueductombelle
al-ef s mf ples. y ponta eCO ItrIca sVAolLmente gl'*. SE VENDE:-Un camion 1 1-2 ton.upe 1986per Ca
AS GLOIALES. Via t Eap 900.00. Int6rmese. Wolff y 'Clo., 1940. Buena condicion. B.550.00.
a r a Jua. Fear e. Tel. Calle So. No. 22. Tel. 2-2388. Clle M, Son Miguel. Un Stude- U Apartamnto .- -
baker 1936 Sedan, llantas buens, final v calle 4l
PARA LIQUIDAR SUCKEION. D1ISA- 5.175.00. e5, f.lews 3-0140." .L
51: Pant e Sh do 51 VENTA INMEDIATA doe I co- tM
a B.4.75, osm es.8.50 sa de 4 apartments No. 22. C-. SE VENDE:-Buck Super. 4 puertas E -6modo y ventiladl .
of Worsted. aB 4.50, on-. IIe 48, Bella Vista. Haga su ofena 1949. Pricticomente nuavo, dr.. K.fci&n pintodo y ra*
tle50. s colors. U Cozo a Wolff y Ca., Coll. So. No. 22, chos pagodas, con radio, sea 48 No. 22. In r
Apmsevebe este rebels. Tel. 2-2388. vars, gnga. So fnancea. Tel. 633- m U t No. 22, Apto. 1,' -
do fwfti J Col6n. S"A--'N .nai.d
d taci' br camento blanc. SE VEINON:.- 56 EIQUJILAN;r-Apartomentos de
Goanhles. Fib ic de Lotes boratos on El Congraeo a. cuol- SE VENDE: Chevrolet convertible una y dos renlmoras, calle 7.. Nb.
Avwl N d Cuba No. S. Po- quier otro lugar qua Ud. deses. 1948, se puede finonciar. Para In- 15 PIrque Lefevre. Informsn t
Chalets de 2 a 4 recmaori ean la forces Ilame o via al seAor Frank *alomaengp 1, te1ftono 2-1421,
d 5 aExposicid6n v Bello Vita. Alemin. Smoot y Pareades.
-o de 56 libras eltoRb- I 2.bere Min. 2.1215 s opaornenlo
Gonzlez, Fbri SE VENDE-Un pck-up 3-4 tonelo- do euatm reCmaras, solo y come--
SIlans VENDO:----Casa etile chalet, en ca. da, Chevrolet, buenos condiclons, dor enrl le 21 Este,. No. 8. Llo-
-de lie 14 No. 3. Acepto permuto so- 9.400. Cia. Dulcidio GonzAles. PA- tmer 2- 95 el slor Moreno.PCAL
-100 occoes del re- breun lote de tfrreno. Tene hi- brice de Mosalcos. Avenida Cuba
uldo Hotel "El PanomA". poteca con el Ianco Nacional de No. 8 SE ALQURLA:-Do- apartamento, 2 EN A
t111rl. 2-3206 duronte haros B.7,900.00. mto 2- r a -comedor, en No.Y EN TAM
a,' 2-2944.. .1Q50 cale .Itudionte. Acuda Foto "
SE NECESITA "V ea. -tt, ea rielo edificio "A ae"
Pi no Acrosonic, mrrco SE VENDE: A precio de gango aI e orits
a Coll Ram6n Valds, Centina "El BrlUante". Colle 19 Domr&stco L. ,
S a.ortoamnto 2 sundo bis n de noviembre. P- LECCIONES .. r.- *.
ades d pao.o Infeere SE NECESITA.-Cocinera y oseador PI;N ,a poa timpo E L. a. E n, ,
SE VEN: Cas 5 d ompo, di competence. Pensi6n Julieta, Ria t
iE ,-soaformo nuevo pora concrete sabre base; 2.000 M2 Abaoe. Pregunte Bodega Lao LuL idoC Coale 32 Esta E- lI A-.;
H No. 18 Tel. 2- con rbles frutolem n produccin, SE NECESITA-Uno mpoda, d- dificGlvezocal7
Of icino dcst n luz el6tr y to dados lEas co- ne qua dorm- an caao Via a E am de li un
I t pAsi, inst io .m. SE NECESITA Cocinero,. ademsE "tt"
S itdor. Pr estas selladas s- SE VENDE: Al major poster p 47 No. 19. SE VENa Ey
-' M r ft ib 4 S h o s t o s 3 pY d e l'l'o Goa- &
s. Febrero20, 1951 r No. formin hi ms-E NECESITA-Empledo parara- tic prec ganga Dirlase
A*NGO& L"YONS. PA-SMITH re. bojo general, honrado y response- Avenida I No. 23, segundo pilot
AN.. &ONS, PALSMITH, ble. Dpbe dormir en empleo, 386- 2 1-2 a6 de la tarde.. tur" j
.:'A. Apartado 1848 Tel. 3- s VENDE:-Cass d d pasos pn- A, primera c Cocali. C. --

2 SESALQUILA i; 5 calls, .ofalga Z.
"" __12 ll_ to boaj, de cement y alto do me-- de a entrada d lon anunalos NO -
dera con terrano de 1.000 M2 bua- SE NECESITA--Empleoda pora cua- lfleasIgaos are el fondo co- O NO
S SE ALQU I LA rn Jcond icones. prcio razonaobla persnasolle 10o No. 2, 1 a 1 is o del "La Pl l


4 S ALQUILA.-Cuarto refrigeado, plonto ba jl ra fodo trO abOo menos ocino. -ta bajar. Los meUnlicoa le d- F.ta&18,"do 1J


vbl. Tel. 30760 Bella l p. Tel. 2-2057, P- aa Argentina e colbornc p-
Informescolic H No. 108.teliaono -an ue al- Pe os reenatna e a osbrd ul i,

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-- u SE ALQUILA: Chod, omueblodo A tetd prdleo que abado,- VIDRIO qd Ud. neetJ earon ia-to de ehisn non u M
Ibles cuartos con cocinA sn Call3. No.e Febr17ro. Ave. Cubba. y carlle 31 s u te el d ia d aer Aie a eto 0

,..'"'" No. 21. Tel. 3-1302. _LoMC etlen as qued6 sin d strit L DBAdD tos sobre nl a ftgricultura y p '; D fiE'
-Plea oTel. od6 BOlS y M.OaplOcre P- ren sa comenz, TcuandoIn7I-3bl orep- e DirT, e s ro d Sa s bn ar-Pan
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2 r 1i2t1a Ao. a ptetud APbar el blen y dd d e- tor.n Avir Tel. 3-1203 o la lnserc6n gratulte de -ar.- A el Uta nt
Sn concept so cial que tenglancs de Bern, 2P. 6 Box 2096. Pon do Argnc tin cado Ots ierid L. 8
LN i PADuN cobIreaTal. 3-1413,.o a de a y Cdeberes. En una -- dida reprnesuva la Uta de n COloglo de At
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o- D fo rdmnaclu n de aUS interests camiss a mdquna de vepor, La- hacerlo con und cat 16 Est* No, 4 zag <(sUngliSid atl
Ca t once ioe especil eeas parcacl a los ienereses e vndr "Tip Top".Avenida Centrall 29 E rehusa n T P Inde t






at611s ea una funcl6n social, es----- na opiir de 6e te a d ----- ale y fueron a e po.- u tamao, dayor oayok kw vnU p
somrn ay encuent5ra vincu- Tdaa esa voirtudeas no se SE NECESTA:sm-Expicos. Salconch- mtr" e dow fr 6mo e Alp y lom ah r, omDt".'.tualm
d. cloestamenl. e a la dur mprovsan. Lo hoardes y la s dar coaan mexperenio y buno re- n0eo1 Aires, contra "La um o d tert' pIr na d iult



iodelavida de los ueblos escuela son las fraguas done ferens. lvnd( Tp Top, coII. nedr --n BIIWt- d Barri- CenM AOer t n pln a it a <.
eoa nootat ele resul de se foa el e alma de tan pueblo e lne 29 E. No. 20e. EP. st acusfeados BATERIaAS InveTtoe dl Aal r L. q _
olud429 de los ndduo Y cuando una se n de ns ., .o. eron .







dno pued detars2 a la ini- traguae se hall al arbnirio de Geral pu ha aer rmnarey Peb o e. un,. cordllera ...
tin deo ruo o qe la s tempes peoat est SE NECESITA:-Traplch t Vot e or diante a resldea Irs sl a ) Ee tl A P@O pi* amd.Gidels W .,'
A enriunci6n de su intereidad, Pra molar caft. minima .'50 DO- hniero deo npilntaa pfoflsaadoA6 A"Ueted

P de los encialo neelneso partidarlaa esp a lso q tenganl de Barn, P. "6 o. o. 2096 re.vearon la presence e oe- To Pnumtptl UaA de lentom S sD

sum funde l ada de r seaclosA t deberes. En onle didan represivn as, m la Uesd turay Beo d W ni, en o d o
tpalabra, deaep eontnade su- SE NECESITAeaO Plaennchados da vendedore di u sado l Cel i Aa eal t ....
d d o dl bordinaci6nsr de s neeas cis a miquina daBvapor. La- hacenlo c n un el0a adM don -e

T de dicep arde aedin- articulaares e la interests de ndera "Tip 'Sstop" 9ern husaran epartolr loTmoms el An fee dam.t.,at .4
t den uelo nso es u mo- hucla nos se han consmidea.m aoylresundo P o la le prado-qn-pla- S d ACLAACION NECESAlIA 1.0 Is t-
r, que me encuentra vincu- Tedha elPrM-virtudem no se SE NECESITA:-Exparte a rn c eDR-pla.ie dmte sca l doIna y erop s ad m

directamente ea a Gedu- ifpartoiln. aL oes-garnesya es der con Axpeoia i y buenos re- talenreo".d la p ne]ae .ta c6mo a neIsr .i Sal y 1 a65 7i h 4.1"
da la vidas dalamgpueblos. escuelambsonIdS p fraguasGeondle tenanciesl, lavandara TipTop Tca-h, C n prrtinaeparare i *a a paatotlnaedapeum11- -',d

Ge lamnob e elnula dese ordas aelaa bldadnpe al- delo C li e adclones y semede as d eTs2ae" s.
e tivous yt a ende Ioa pri- tera lon s ape itos individualeostente i sksin anl
y d a epoca, no es un a ian earants el l a io averde Ernetilna; Tercer en las mufie dUlera c N a





munidadu sera un Instructor, 1dispca nac ls nsn. o rales Anor BlarigueMsb un Bustamsnt.h IaER te i cdss d Radios. peate 5 .dS .7t uoeao hlda p tr. 5 ,
a 'e en lami Isibili da"des de Pars. la dar ea tntre-o blrealno odt ..nsoboa quae hbpian side cogt I.e..egL g agid' 'a' el FocaBl i
ivaode gruormdnordeom r noesconver*")n::n rqusae viese mont *rsm l- nwm n"apl
e du Rsclen stemt, ca e bajadroesdti a a ense o -ma. areealameo. Mp asM DIs M a- tal. REFUERs asr, ,e n- c C il PoblaclSen. qua o

bSo. d e tencl6n a ladle pare a deventuale demoledorea. nonr Meuon.g JoC AoS, Aoria -ASdomiLD Pe n
potvaent e efca cn ano i- quinastro de algunos me pes ino- ccn eu MriS C V 0 v s AlMebre 0S G S it felK
Sde maestros qaue- a, en ?dlaes quo tantc iudales d puet Gr e hae, lae-rei. P 1dd e *r tamagur s va ;r d
el pueblo no e el a- humane s e han conmusido, er P egundoipto d iHPe l haie n oe per Ian am q'






deryl pnuntrodPue de una s1- ,to d ela par eny poner SlesO N AN jv leR Aft X50WeodeRadi
14rtolenrlanzaosde -dusnesfuer e illa lerm ,to. a9aga-xRong4 4bcfe
bernn dE politico que Si henel e hacer d e raede nont, Rod ue O vgs Te a mu d erser -3lA a endea Ine atO20111
te csz di6 unas aecian esda- ei6n un bsluarte nepnarPue di omn. aen- uadea a S do If ItQfos ICA kmvS quaier -
Ava, s.toes, que no acierta ble del empiritu naefonsl, ha- do. ArdInem Antonio, Atdb siing aelantarIa d mlnyastelaairi- Lone par. Cares m*l;ada a il mis .indi ena b uses "c s"
o aenfigunacion a la vi- bremos de eomenhay par r cai-Porlirio, Aysrfl Tholus, UIracho ciscalpars determinar de9sWer'- 1 Wv

eG du pueblo de un seudo- m nar atm o rebCarths ACANALta ha shesd'e44 pugmdaa..s "
see duAcdon que nh o diI- inaL de u Oeno. at relvindi-Le Lu s R imund, cad y proceder en .l s 6t t o
Sultura suficente pa- cactonas que loa trabaJAdoraes RdomI Junt cuenia, haem d ta&eao
anM pueb lonoees eamu-zno singunautidae in- uiosto de honor. Cobsi c oDi- AmpWilli deoesre
en funcl~n de la eomu- comprenslva Gusartieulari is- mu; Segundo Puestb att aeyanr, Tinsmo. e olsma&: Bj oz. o* ,ln ntiuo
y domeu Epoca no as un u s f los rarnn vua lu1averde Ernies Tercer.pone Aaag, 4,p.._ i' La cordldlerlme en cuf ha o
r serna un imtructer. dlacpqocienes degalo na, mea- Pureo a, aorE. borigue" Eu- DrUO'd OTff Met~de 1A m, tie
no untfrmador ne hor-gutah no se co n ertlrtn tn ex nice. 3neas lUstH ]Burke 511- ,ll l N iEuw.r-un w ieof"t .Y..--d
I'toaise asi, per-nescudoe pars is eners, ni via "carersa A ntAntonia, rm Isefogroc p't ra g '1M
identflcade miempre COn et ie trampainmm de naalta do, ceere Amint. ,I .e- wrnam daterrem"dosn -.-y,.."
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G.. ev16.all filaa ha ma n 8 y y rectat a
Si S".poiena -in el oscuro mtaJR quo Wos g9a- En aotras do 1 pruebas maMe-
i .6tno; Is cooperseloqn qaI CAgllli.ro i a A. Ramos la- larea de Is funcl6n hipica Ado-
S. Veragusa, Typsl p rli Ano. iminical so baton los equinox do
ur, Dollse~r3ra.4 q cIsem"C" xentre&los cuales
y M Pbres as Rule; MI=- Ru, que etiI tenemos d Avenue Road, Bolero,
.un.o x u$adores Montills, r Re. r 4j grain labor al The Dauber, Stawo, Rathlingh
leo M no responden a is. goaislq fgnlts-Ocaabetlros sert el is'nt. The 3ath Road y Che-
044 N -.. 41-me "u que on ellos deposits -.qm l- jawgArg los tiros tenlen- riberlbin.
,-... ,_ octr; solo C. @malu Y P. do u eutrioa L. Roa quae Rathilng LUhp e nuestro es-
"-Q uno estin Jugandon oen- v1ini a. -.-ti- el Staff d:I cogido pari sganar ests carrera.
tuulanmo; F. Aldrate dtwA Cartibe, He squl nuestro pron6auticoa: ate So
L .Is. Carrera: Caftaveral Fe- peortits
USii1&L-11 ., -'adills Sa. Carera: Marsellea g anadoer
gPartidos delLotaell Sel 'a Lobs Sa. Carrera. Lolito In- presentai
L "- vapors 4s. Carters: Tulito Bur result u
do. Par el M doe Febr ro *.. carrra iathuling Light Che-
Parae-M : ..riberlibln It. alcedo Pepsal ;o-
IA eA rIc I.Ma R S Canon: Alfonht aia-
AmIr~c$ LIGA Sr It Carters: Icroblo ,Lue
'T-, Quebeceni.W -t CPoXe Ca %eaMI 151 HRead Si. Carrers: El Monge .COM
,.Quebec.. _..." calendaedeito de iS .g 1m e rew Isl ro 1 Carrers Phoebus A-


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ie dts .IMlalig. sa I .o Mo6ntendoos uratnos ild i cln de los mejores espadachi- Esta justsaservirA pw .
btf" ,t liallan s centIro parns Sc 1 Im vi. Matlee d- iata y nes de Panazhi y Ila ludad lecconar el equqipo quoe
w ian d ilmdlAl 31 r vs. dali it. atlatica. mi envlara a loa Primewra
ttles de ref 3 9 T o. 6-4.Naa iL En ls ,lca del vernO n En el Torneo 4 hoy termita- goa Panamericanosa qp
pedas bsaor enW N E al is arti aLaI quo hjlamoa d Is rlaorgnit6rinlo asaltos do Espada quo tuarn el pra6xlw meg
Ii ...Ca. )1 O p -l. ylo -&- L l Lp, Y l quedarqn pendlentee el pasado noa Aires, Argentlua,
:-is as.--' refr 7,w
Sperleag u. pals d Don l '
=Watlh.-11o 11nad I ttr3 ti rpa i on udl
Se l nZotubre as Canada tT v madtileo -4 wts itam. Roy con rels6n a a 6n A, lle
-AX=6i de o hbil s asquia-, Iletis mloh -, NeeeaL la polloi6n. del Atlettio 'en l
1 Camel BA ita. lls ompetmias Ompicas. l, r
S" v. v li Chlteri ttu aeloal. queremos bacer una corrc-T
St i..C ad atdo Muibos adamwano eatAn 1 MAadriti e w. Alemin -- Rit. ib Rya que una de sue palabra nl n e
MaaIsM. aprovclanl iude realun S v. Its -a.surlo un camblo. Don Manuel Disput n E a Ne l -
SA. --- lu vile a la it U os 4 Man e-io va. MadXrito Blt. do que el Atlethmo eas a co-
S ,. I para comnblatro-cn una va- r CPeg i V. Cerversa l atu Naelona.L Ilna vertebr que los de- f.. i A --La
aie M- .I B aen cen vesda4ora clve y 0 Pleho vl 0 J0. Anes.- _ata Rita. Im deporteS -o van "afaii dn- m eo rm A l
Scll eon el refresa tisempo in. I v. Cathedral i MaelonaL do" conel paer do los tiempos l.V .
vernal, a. aora que t ld vs. Alemia ilata its. y "no deaapreotendo" como
15hBJ f IJ via L sa l e ham eonvertdo 9d .SSw v r$Se- Sete1sBAits errontemene publieamos. Tendri lugar en el Estadio Olimpico .
I IllW iH ean un vtisJe de ham ea- v de .11 itvsl. Pottl- Sata Rita. ...
.tdiaes y aemansa, coIs l'a *e CWOreads vs. 0. _Jim6ue Institute NleasL I ex-peloNaero orge Lula Ski- En peleas especial, que se efec se la corona de ila 126
~... la Panagra que tine servl 1 .Cataeitl v.. Plascho lat. ita. liner, no podrA eguir jugando tuarna en el program de eats formara part del equio
F carM a p-rAn artir 0 vataja director diarlam.elt a oi n s-I lu M e vs. Calmel- at .iue NSalea L WSoftball en la just social de noche en el Estadio Olimpico. nviara Panama a log
* que el -:letln .. o1tM o- tados Unidos, log_ cuales po- I s0. s w. TouChesterfieldBa S.- ntan ".. auerdo con resolucl6n que se medirin por el titulo Peso natos Nacionales que so
I e ot1 P Puno ae0 lilt use- nen a. Quebec sal alctne dc 1 s L. MKail Bn***,sta Rita. aprob6 eae circulto pelotero. Pluma Amateur de la provin- zaran proximamente oen
r e a so e-mpefaran vlaro proce tes e- l i Sdl. C.oHC eiels -.nta Rit. kiner as considerado profesio- cil de PanamA, los destacados qul
eo aSUM tar mu I ltulacLUn mistferlo Meridlaonas. A m n hantol NaelonaL nal por haber actiado en la LI- gladiadores: Los otros campeones de Pao.
parasu *e Opn al tn n bu NO.a.-an-." ga Invernal con sla Cerveceria; nama son: _.4
Salnal. Monteral codn uia poblact6nl ,, f" le.- ut. Naelensl. ademAs ;e rumors que tambin CHICO ANDERSON BEAU JACK II de Peao
La eu tro omo l tas en-L de 1,900.000 habitates, so jac- S r e1 0= iTle- lastt tNaelonal. actu6 en .la pelota pagada de -v-- 1105 libras; VICTOR ABPRXR
e etran May optlistoaas y o ta doe aer la s or....... poblcln la Sons del Canal. El aludldo GRREGORIO VILLARREAL de sla categoria de loa M1.
I epUran doA loterentis co- de habla fzanqeW. enl man- n. L s di iemam comemamrn a sla 4 de la tMd lt anastero etabao en la 6mina 112 libras; LUIS "DUil l
StIeloe. do, sin conlderar Parit, te- aa~~,i 9 y 30_ de~ a sians, del Catedral. El encuentro tender un limi- DIAZ de la division de loln.
niendo an sutt o.atrucclonets s- a __ v y -, i ...________ .. -0-- e de sells vueltas de dos minu- los 118 libras; LUIS R
Smucho del antigul plndo tran- I en6sotleo hipleoa pars hoy tas cada uno con un minute de GUEZ titular de los Ilgaero 1
cis. 6us1ho que Oa fran o-ca dI I domge: 1-Soero Golden descanso. i bras y ELADIO MAOALL.,
unadlense y macho del brdian- -- T abe, MaoellB- Prot6n, El ganador, ademai de cenflr- ES del Peso Welter 145 ll
Sto y moder6a1o hfodgle wifan.- a Or Las Grandes Ligas ase t-to h %as uin.- (a).
So m a to PaaitoP, Ba-The
lwi Y Montreal 8 l cntro de o- Bat h liBoad (e) Cheriberilbl, ta | a na sAco c i sta luull
I peracionesI de mlta gran regi6n UVA QRK, Bnero 27 (U. La novena de los Tigres tione Dinewourt Bendigo, Ta-OGrn s U i
-par .qulsar. oy el cuadeino .)-M c ord la novena a diez jugadores aeluradOla'3Trry. J. s-Curaca Porte-
*idogndas Bar *f CboftB do entre do opnntes de log eaquiadores d I Vs del Brooklyn para la pr6xima temporada, ya Star, Ba-II. Month El Mange,
raa i;eispItF4Eot Lntiona2e4 no Mta con- ;k Capanlla quien' es "con- que l preceptor Nell Berry, el ie- Apollo Suave, 4 1-EI nA V I lill
24 -n IB t-w -'Ift an d pleto a men=o que ha-yn e- siderage co el major recep- ca dor Hank Boroway, Joe India Jeep. ... vJ M U, IJ n ,,, ,,- 1 ,- ,,-,.
legm --- _188u__w quiade "Milkl Volando" del tor n la L -aclonal reclbi6 lnuberg receptor, y Dick Kry- --- ^, ;
S, '' Monte Tremlant, uaf como este rieonoe lnto an el De- hosil primera base. han firma- Por'lo pronto, 'lon equlpoa A
Stambfin las canchas de St. War partameto aqas aerto: el del dop ara eatsta novena. sla batala en sla lucha par el (I E a W n1
Sa.XeSqil t.- guerite, St. Adele y t. Si. auvejr .s.tio d t c iontrato pars el Los Bravos han anunelado las "gallardete" de campe6n de ao
i. 1 0,i -l'-1 t Por sue antecodentes, eats, 101 -U mueBs "eerca a los firm del torpedero novato just soolal de softball on,
,Ks singular y antfea. ldad as,2-f lWS". .Johnny Logan. para que uegue Camel, Optica osa, Cerveceria .Esta noche se o rece en el revelac6n de esta actividad,
d* e- i reconocida como "Capital de !d s asno eeptor que anarA con*esta novena para la tempo- Policya y AlemAn Jr todoa es- Eatadio Olimpico un atractivo presentara contra BABY HA
eM d lt iba Deportea de Invdmrno ea Am- m-stna eate al esa as rval n rad de ee afno, y lo Rols too conjuntos han demostrado Progiama de boxeo Prof esonal. K S en pelea a sels vuela..
Srica" "-erean Lrry err que ya ene 22 uadore fir- bante podero y s euatro corriendo la peleestela a car un peso de 135 libra.
Sdor.o a :. Ii--d L-- de la Is .n.vqe .e lea Yankees de madoa recbleron otros contra- primeros e encuentran invictoa go de lot destacados pugiles En el otro encuentro a c
,tu.cr l et" x O- NuevaT Wi th.que puede ser el toes de la tercera base Orady. nfurcio que fu6 el cam 6n norteamericanos de color de pe- tro episodlos medirin tfu
.. eo K Kfn- | l / ilgador iale pongsa mai dificul- Hatton y del os novates lansa- del aio pasado en dos ssida so comoleto ARCHIE MOORE BATTLING ESCUDERO y
'- -.j t ... ha tades rw, linur s que pide does Buzz Zelser, Rudy Minar- ha probado la fruta amargade y JOHNL'Y THOMAS, a un 11- SO CHASE en un peso de A
S.i f C I IwsiAI tre 3 4I mi 4 l lares. chin. del receptor H. Landrith la derrota. pero san tene opor- mite de diez aaltos y con un libras.
1 lW- .W!r" a -- --- -_ L nlaron ha- y del jugador del coadro BSam- tunldad con el retuerzo adqul- peso de 190 libra,. Tambidn estA anunciado
V.iLas s *41, ame- I b ber tedtt t t _toa firniados amy Meeks. rido en Nino, Castorlas y Ru- En el Semifinal a diez asal- ente program, el encuentro
..m.` -" ... i.. I de o1 leM loea Bobby Shantz La novena los Phil tions b6n Blades. 21 que tione le etos tambi6n, reaparece el cono- Btxeo Amateur entire
-ai,. IJ-l.a ",iiatna 7 i Fran flk o lML,, el Jardlnero dificultades con Dick ler, 6s- mejores jardilneros, segn nues cido campe6n de peso gallo Anderson y Goyo Villarrell
i na ula -"a. elabraP. rrIu Piaul l tMUi 7 ll defensor del te fut el Jugador que n tro concept, ee el Optic a Sa CE8AR LEAL frente a BABY el Campeonato pero pluma .
SI- csdrreo "o- Stewart. Jonrbn en el iltinio part que reune en e el campo a Jame REEN con un peso de 122 11- la Provincla de Panama.
te flt d tt SS r do partida dd a d I Los. Ca.oIro firamaron a su contra los Dodgers del Broo- Treiles, Luls Tacala Oaray y bras. La entrada general cetr
OwgX .* .gLwg Prolgal rPasmA r Sermna, slen- klyn, para darle at el campeo- Yey Mer6n, tires muchache LEONEL PERALTA, ia ultima B.I.50.
.. S ra 65 o at eclmoquanto. pelote. nato de la Liga Nalonal. Sin- que agarran pelota.
Ar e do rd quofa con e a novena. ler had evuelto su eontrtoe sin
L~, ,~I ora n in L yeP ae pl-- tmibr y d clard 6o n S n Luls-- -
dam- o p r-vato-lan7:Sdor do a unos miles dedDeglarsan lo". treore
r o el ptr aree qu el hio del Geor-y t e .U. par
-00`9-o f ends -vol. e a go Stsler des. 20 0MR a ra .f'I
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r-.s delgn6 el Comiti Olmpvo-
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ne nldios se alictan Ladr6n u n

fiestal del Carnival de las cinta

b"ac-os a:a-
a(2oecWl)---e eatAn a log sdanzarines emplumados, b u dcn 1
Stoques finales a las lruesa lucen an toado de aplu- de m a cy r Ce
p oteacas y me chosen a maa blancas o de colored de tres
lonteLuelAuna los dis- y cuatro pies doe alo.
tieolas or an las Durante el feoveatl ea Puno saben de quidn A pob da L 16 are.




qouooyaitod udu,
ebraciones earnava-o lasanton son seaadoe *iWMra t hoy?Pues deoun ,po,
ales oua este asto se Igleslas y levados on procesnabl0 a qien leuddecianfeu" 01
fl d omingo 4 de Febre- l or lai ciles. P vla noche n ntasmal, cuando frecue sIMiempo,L
anrian el mlircofes 7. taila en lag called aW comRs de ologWalnes v lea escamoteaba u l ode
uh os entua astas tlada mpalca que deJan ecludhar joyas alas damas del grand mun;- odo tp mag-
toaI la semana las plntorquestas formads par los deo. Decia- pobre diablo.e or' a a

l a regli6n del altiplano indigen rarlo das. desps de haber sdo
SPer el Carnaval a Dode hace alaunos afam La, delete de una vida ficol, vstldd et a

important dHes Pas z me ha convertido an un cru. alempre de etlqueta y rodeadord y.v sabreml qa
isi emlos purines caedo vicsoanrel oas n d a erao que aco, uh o que d ardo nds, Jam=



aunids e ho vst e eburdo Taln -
"Sa d A la abloslor viltantea no ten drn d ilegulI me ael streIdrao, hacr e T lton, a
as tnmensa mAsca- tad para lesar a eslaas cldeade fordanlos fyestA egando, areas t e
Uhos cads una de la pintoreacas. La Panagra realize t ley o impone. I a dead squ 61 como-
na replica de par els de tineraro deaneconrdcontasma"
e un coodrilo o cual- ta occidental de Bur Amers, mas, las acaudaladas sefioras de o. de febreroon
animal v desfilan aor que hacen eaga. den La Pa y major socedad y caculas estrelal ,.y sabem ap0 0
incansablemente. otras localldads boivias., ha. millonarlas de Hollywood. No 4&lIgoa
las e un del az por trr via Ladet d los pueblos clendo conex6n rn vione- que h mcho ue Gerard enn d
our- Amdrica, quna o-n lin extst el seagrvi con gado famous, concurrit del egantivel mdo a 1 W delit mo .
reset a mLs de toomotore de la Pariagra dde tuda las fiestas de lujo q rae n na, u
trosobre el nlvel del Lima hasta Buenos Aro tocan- ofreciana en Hollywood, 7 aslem- Ls tuesbe min 1.


Parafcaa uelar Ia eCOvadsirOCCIGAa i Ar zqr a
elmee n illnre sais con algo que agre ar al e l a pasan pr el

isitantes qucie ln a taiones de Paagra. o deaie Lav e6l sr




narfi cartdaedo laveoacln conversidis udnaiamz bla e i2
ISa ostsa peruana del Paz por tregn v@vapor via Lago enact doe lolpunto de referee* -ml6l* )trordlnarlrma daen .U Von-
M tendrin una o- Titicaca, el lago navegado mRa a crespecto del nivel mediao MdINMO 41 orae ea
plonal araet alto del mundo.lr.e d os d s e C
L"s datoa recogidos dia traE


Sn eas estacones marco a- dorno a In r

lerno edi de flo con- suoi dadea a del te rrenof ra, tongs probabl dades do c l a del Ils A tau-t r- Getna. "e ol-
M la emincla que o doe- casimamo, e Intriga mucho e tar oa preci basar la ay -Pread ento do ABs MARA. l d
Sd construo- pao par naegacn ar untos on obgrosos. Par he I a R blica -


uonir an el comenso n 1 cual en lau do rctas bhay cha durante diecnocho os e Pn im, an doe ejemplares tres ha sidoe aphs 15 laoJne a iberal-es
Y Univertari e lce- hlprbolas ye- parAbolas uIe as pub delc s do aque lopus ea-e d(ad mirt, de do i n o da e aoptiembre e s de 4 Uetn *


A de neo, alas cno encurvan a erdor do focos do e le ml queo ta hay que recorrer ma 1 nA eontl nento Am.- nibha fjada s 9ia com-n
tar deo n aort y sIncilo donde so saupon hay e de tar lo nualmente yu lvan a reproducla- r ic Is de la udgm deplcon el obJets ls ma
endeo pn a c la estacions radlom ora las mimasa al tuacones coien- o. e versao aregr S e fo-
n de Cartoraia e Co n synd de eat lines y a o a i togn problativa des plane en M m adel r u estre" os ona on u( e.i unr n uar 4*M a.o tudea n.
mo- Asimian ome Jntr 6 much tar en prectso basar Ion Wsda ro ,ex =Preeldent doASMnRAn nt opa




lAm oi elana quo n fre- a d tacin a e orlas endaa nct ea s re en observaclonoa t ierr a -.Oy la oelaa a e de o n, -a .. .t n I&n dn T l Bun on-
10 nter-American Geodetic nicas quo lasan as astaclones n, reaoestlvamente. O en otrae li0rJ de PanamA. con Los mia autous obmrrrgads oEtsa
Stvel conlr e nasl- navelet det rmanr a labralcu dbido a u los pIanos d lats su Gabinete y de corBes predtlols a maente* c -
anl sacto 8. el oEmleno mu pn el cutl e o la porecta n on q durante dlcn tierra y la o mUa de ejemptinto, radl cl baIrt a p loal m a
do lea Estadles la Unos y exa- de ou prato qe an u elo. ns n colo de o alien, s pues laoa Mrtfdeen, na PanamA. sta sa a o d la o0-ctuando t
C do ad Inmediatos cola- Inr c lacn a erenor e efocs dejar pe ir casl din h que Lorrer s l biO a pblon y todos e- leom
cotm jefe y smiltarel de cnicil conueae n de e tooolsto ra que la luna hayr pasado 1du0r M gr1 0 susa 'famil o els g a lgro.t dos l aR-
del Ejr to dee los unnt caisrro quclon rela u lo so ar tlas las tuacones n Ios podn i n tg hmetn vitados. l n a
on de Carenta ongraa e dtanciaerevloana t 5relaid an a a Sra d n Io a de ae murI- l ren n o tS trea Y
t Mina tro de Obras Pna abptac6n de lrts a ndmrar r lectr6- qua o mueven a tlerra y rra- sbre lran movblestrof -d n Mtopola.a. r |EI 1de W vudin.
-Anero Pcan ntls Geodetic nicas qude dlatingar a a ons ,e- e 1ctivame nte.Oco en otras r lr doPanam d con **e1 toa
y tudiants Fede el naa U- rdterminaroar a a Eatb a6lo deotalee ioede daro anom Iu ana asa r a delu rog noIao o
d p da la y c abaolemrs lie- mple va no I poda ditinf una Ideuea d e lIa grn ma Ormr r q latoenvra yi rPoaccs n e na al ant.e IS del a fd rea exti- o en
Slam Canal. o ur siquas d e los Arbols e dato e tadatca qu acumuv ana c, todo Csln d ai Uldas un mdl d lo i
s Jefes militares de Cflca conu e l104 todoltosb prt rqu u C1na exacthaysPdaos &u10 Mdo 6s sun.fam '..m L nos.

tor d r Unto de losdad carros. qu nualmne vei azuloo I toasr elater-Amloneio ol eanvtados. :amtos di Pit .en.Mo9- a
nr Octavio Men del P.s Z de ls tn e a Ia t salde m en ha ditado Geodetic SurveyTo. dd aon 1n tlq o ed Ist"Io.? todl u"ie re. ejbi s e-
dg presl alro ce Oprnas fi o conferencla l CaIma ndant l l c mcmas 4 ell ctro a sbutdreoovs tamt fl om l idno a
otdas coasa el pensamlena- Bose oate obltema Cairtografls El GO Goblerin Nacinl de Pao a rI i sadas auPnre ntes eh de Ira aR tropia. m
qres ~ nicamentes della Uci- enAmarll a". Trasn pa ro-poroanf- aiumlA esta ils u ode dan ol tle doa 10ocanl s Ti aobre el In- aur. oeols 11 P a s rio aepte
litoa conducir a l olu- rens ha prsentao U ulas vantaml ento d a lanas han odre Tierra, ca d elrrun md o ii los brn-


pacifias de los problemas iralltructivan o. pryecololns de akle Y verticales 3 rlanaen ru ti en P an amee mtdlaterg a aaa ra e an
AYbque lexpo deones col- Irnalgenes lea d boe ai mren d ae el studl o gtadalo doeis de a t- can su7e taa, a ea ld a o utdo o uos
tr de Ia Untveraidad. cue a s. de -'nualmenteo l oel- 6n,-me onprdd d *e tcop dl Y lo e t eo
Son cavora Mdndez P ene Ius E el mn a lb es o n pdicad del o Tos, Survey, p Suen al e es n el sto.= mab hse ru l no i saeihoadeasadel
orerasl n east rzos leipesf E o conf ris eerenela u lda espml ln l mue odo aa gIcaMn sae 8ap lulo a
Otscs, do el pensaml en- Bose sobredel trnol U e "Carirve de n ev ouerotoberno Namnal doPi.;andeectr6 unI wA* Gaz au nt 1oEtriop- t,. Sd--
mda.lrte in dopern- Do sat..-6Amoqu o o .o emANdobrashetralase soa .uWnli


ALue nla camenteIa edurca- en Amdrnca". Tras cad onfe- r 1nuteMA, eSlnP nto6 den0 on el r Is-a lw at do I da B ;
-os d e .nvesticn darnos cu f dpto.e rdol Iutl glt hal satea q ,c d uan tmn. br b
S ex deo cienctlhs dIsoi- qe mani enta ia n- tm o d ctos ge plan e4o I.al e Nb oAGUS d aso gloep dl o urt 1allow
o en ayudan al acer- Sele de Iael os acdnc-a al ado Los t re rolua r
yto la compare sl6n en- .a que aian fl lae pg I preenm (1.o Providencl al cobocarnos si -e* fl muan harai mis unlo noIMrl". ous a
egos' 18ios pueblyS, el levanta lney8op -,Comaatoe litigiiq ant.Ge l re B asoela apue t del adstma.
blb6 luego uno de los olicnt- carts geod6aea deo todesa An ra Y tervlenOi6n. o el AmI- t alptante Cor6n del ver m delasNae U das I re ia el eJeto a .i
del nter-American oeodetic ca. a base do dates lent ficos tel rube, de Ia Univerlidadde tertorl nrontinfl. C los msa- ts a r aritrea, habra .


NMy das explicar el orden ode exactos. PanamA, as exres6 cn eloeuen- so. hom _ete dce ln ebls GIea blas rr 7
icande las cartas y mlapa Ins En la priaera de sus confe- La dne la Ipen a labor quee oeld Aont deaplehgando m as a n n *
eatos. Dijo que en el levan- rencas esbo6 a rand ra gos realize el Burvey del Nuevo No queremos termina eata unat Itil que satA preo- yvMaw gellag, u j fte
ltaento de la carts ge can el Comn an d ant oe la b Mundo y ma plabras tomaron crnica sin exptsastr autr- al er el P
d a t xacts del Conne nte eodlsica que tleneeea ante e Ul iun te em0v cuando au re- dadur. I ulateo de s
aan en lntlma colaboraclon, Inter-American Survey. Di6 da- tlirl6 l eaterno anhelo del hom- sincera gratitude a! ColanIg ante ue ono Ira poeden w O idern l
Irelto la Armada de los es- tos n histnlcos sobre au ot en y bre per cocor nuestora mad re- es de n ae re eno
da Unidos y las sooledadeas oranizaelcn compare ao ya Tierra. 3 16 esp ecialmante ose ya los dem ofelalM de e an hll os tr e lasicaclo- ua m o.
ogrntea der los diin etos realuedo con oe que la queds nobra de Co marndatve aBose. Inter-Ameri ca G etlo Sl an
a de America: queo, sun nor hacer. Not hio0 comprender bntehrmh-Amianteoadeuroy,
Iado la mayor a de los inves- ia Importancla de ecoger ble m La oexp ocln e D ueden ad- par u labor easpepta ea 1 naEritmrea K
iP adres son civiles, los jefes los puntos de refeneci a que mirar hoy los inteleatualen- t
pflof l ale del Earcato de lo s ron a manera del punts orin am de f ha estado antes en v formula votes a sr m l fnolls
tdoUnidos. qulenes traba- en el sistema de coordenadaa Portugal, Venezuela, Argentina, ou.r
i lnvitados por los distintos carteslanas pars determinar la Urus a Chile. En toda artes coronacln de su gigRtas el-
eaaas on done se hacen lon es- i.oslu6n de un punt sobre Ia el oblco culto ha sabido apre- pt etsa s ble
Oo. UErmno invitando a los lo- superfie con la difertencia e- car el enorm e eadlanto doe ia Pare l ies d o s IWeran
mnte a ver los pianos de to- sencial que las lines eodiicas tcnica v la maravilla de los mo- Dr. S. Gllberto e. cabido e is Federacl6n de So- Robert Douglas, f
18 tamsaoss y par todos los Jguen ia curvatura del esferoide demos aparatos de precisl6n, ciedados Iteae iS silgulents P5nU eles de vi
doti oe ofrece la expoal- terrestre: v. anlogamente, com ca Tpacea no slo de medir Ansgu. carts, e t a a con fecha de. y rtnr.prota
los paratos deo medicln r spreciso fljar un c Iano de reo IcaA. ano tambln de haer el nn- a, e AItaea Ned ac.. do,_ oo,

ie. cste caso se prefiere el nivel me- tra an pa todo do acuerdo con mr vente partidlr
m er. tre los nlvees extremes d Esperamo quelos latores n- prM. de ey presendo eome syds |
asmanie ante lodno a asen- dIo del mar. o sea, la median uellgentIes proaecheon a oportu- pr .D. Pantalen H. Ber- de s role
son gran maps del Nuevo 'Diet y baJar-mnar. nni4qur ialgIea-AAlde ylan
d en el cual stan vo sefna- a adad que se leo Dresenta de ad- PANAMERICANA ciateud onar- qnolente, jil
Sitrangulacion de los dos Lre lon movimientos do Iam- mr1 G corstn ra obra ooeNO pr a Sa sa entdad. l otov .
al del Nortol del lae a etabcIdo oa ne cencia u nters al C- 3:30 Damy Simon a ritmo Pana o nre de 11
o mo pLcntro de enlace. nent de ade Green landia A- unente ya a humanlad en r. 3:45 Carreroa H.. D. adreo lente medc AD ponesfo a
an eaogido las eminencias asuka hasta Is Patagdonelea m edm s4:00 0Melodlas voneeolana ne. DD. Assfiables lo vigrados
montaHias convenientemente Cabo de Hornos. mAs de un cen- Ceral ya Pan mm do e p- 4:15 Carrera vartalS s ca Nachonal. do 51 ot toA e
,,das, gnla y puntdos centrales tenar de estaciones mareogrfrl- ci:al. 4:30 Mr ca vartada ea l. rtlea de tod0A
do Ude grandes Ilanuras. de eSres. a4:45 Carrers Hemllfe Dlputados: l.Ilpablies 7 que
r a qe aparecen Norte v Bu Partendo del nvel ed se Observando los mapas v car- 5:00 Vales La deu de Soledades. sm as roles 1I|
mrica como aeri0nados en miden. por medio do anerpt. 5:15 Carrera dotml que a trays de st dO dn
a Inmensa red demalals que de precisIon. capaces de regis- as de todo gnero, part orien- 5:30 Musica popular e sct o ha caracterluaao n t de acuerdo cn
6:15Lahorsloeerelolunernaa aderecdny r qi-dofensora nta dAM&p0r0onaU qUl;
iJmutan admirablmente a las trar bhata un dictmo de segun- Tar el paso del hombre sobre lta 6:1 La hora luterana come eL y defensor ah s de txrson aj qtt
6:30 Coctel mgdesm t ntle a de lo derechoa y pro- I r.d....
e 7:00 Musica sacogida blema qta salatten a la Pro- Pats'a presente 9pad 4
S7:15 La Orq de boy vi uls de ea Santos, por esut un medico Inglts que c
Se a / 7:30 Las trees Oults: modio U deJar constanclA un aaesunato, el famous 016,
1 f 7:45 Delicias tropl ale a tirme adhe l6n y ha seleccionado el pr o d
et 8:00 EI hit parade remaide royecto presentao PsyssoM, cuyaa notsasd
at dl I:30 Boleros de hey re taieni ptmr el Hi.D Pan- us prandtlcao de

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F I PAR ESTACIONARA.M. d'im e ro4. lY mTsseno y n aMan Wedlm uR
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6:03 El Despertadar Milc e1 peua do Tonosl, sano .Prialonemp
trafica 6:30 Naticiero u-s Ua ves mAs nu s", -n Is cua :bllit
7:00 La Vax del 1atieor trm poteli6n de fMtaia.!
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l9:00 El corro i tat enviadani ll
g li 9:30 El Diaoqu sf turo do Obras d
10:00 DedlceptcwM a .l *tt"Shbo flnea s
11:30 Donde h -b as expuestoos
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ESTE ES EL AUTOMOVIL QUE LLENA TODOS LOS REQUISITOS 1: 0oo
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employes would be on a 48- i week
seemed .Jeintie enough -I w folbdiabs
tins. e e a .
PLEPan'.Ii this weeA M ieu9Pwa'WO i1.50 :
prupoiea $25,000.000 conwrac.jo bott -pred
ated ho.,as. ByJ the weem's end, I ba .a
,saue. l'riose opposing the hOa e
.ade with the Bauso Co.
'that the cost of the housa e Wld put W
,reach oz the low income group mhi urch mmt .I
*atisfacLory hearing. Others, i olu ding
deolaod that the contract eould take out pI-.P
try money which could well be spent inter
S that, fur therm6re, the contract Would violate -t1
'protecting national industry. Proponents of the hoibp-
:an pluan declared it was being. made a political .-ot-
: baL On Wednesday, after a three-hour deba., the
.Asembiy named a seven-man commission to livestl-
gate the rontr4ct.
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SAftei ymar oe study and nmonthsa .,l. amln.
durBmg which a credit card system was re.
a then dasearded before It w tiwas ie' .*
Commissary Divtlon amutonaetd onW i
tha, -. would Ive easch a tryout. Startla
,. Maric and tw a pldl of abdut six menath, -
Jare and cents wUl be the purchasin diBedmt In
the Ancen eomimhlary. The .ofilecil .a*nOee- .
a.' however, cautioned that operat =lng stp,
with ihe cash system, might turn out to be high
than under the present coupon book aMtnge-
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In Panamk the political pot was boiling away, hard.
Yesterday's La Hora" carried a pa1e 1 toy that.
Police Ohief Jos6 Antonio Rem6n. had declared Min-
later of Government and Justice Aliredo Aleann as
hischoice for next president. Rem6n, himself,'wa8 also
being mentioned frequently, as a possible presidential
candidate. Some considered It significant ,hat he has
S frequently and recently served as "aba'iderado" at
festivities all over the country a traditional P.an-
Samanian method of throwing one's hat into the ring,
Other political developments Included the resignation
Sof Miguel Angel Ordoftez, a long-time backer of the
PRA, from his post as onl of the party's Directors.
the expulsion of newsman Homero Vels esquez rn
PRA for insults to the President.
Festivities in connection with last Sunday's formal
i" opening of the Hotel El Panama were dampened by
S te death of opn of Panama's Grand Old Men. Guests
S arriving for the dedication Sunday afternoon found
flags lining the hotel's driveway and parking lot, the
big national emblem ih front of the hotel at half.
mast, in honor of Bombero Director Comandante Juan
Antonio Outzado. The immediately declared two-day
Period of government mourning kept away from the
hotel ceremonies most PanamA officials. -By the end
of the. week the new hotel was fast becoming the
town's leading social spot and It was doing very well,
also. as a commercial establishment. Yesterday 175
gueabs were registered and 135 of the hotel's bedrooms
occupied.
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The polio total continued to rise, but a little more
slowAy than for the two previous weeks, Up to late
SFriday the figure, since Sept. 1, stood at 148, inclua-
ing the week's 10 new cases. Oldest of the 10 new polio
,patlienLs was a woman, 22 from Penonom6. Six of the
10 were infants under 2R months. Four came from-
Panama City or Its suburbs, one from the Canal Zone
and five from the Interito' From everywhere money
flowed in for polio relief. The PanamA Assembly voted
$50,000 in emergency funds. C-Air-C's March of Dimes
,was over half-way to its $5,000 goal. The Balboa High
School students contributed $558 and Junior High
students in Balboa gave their carnival .party fund .to
swell the polio coffers.
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Zon:ans this week preMed -to welcome Rep.
: G-.e o miller, sponsor of a bill wh"ah would re.
ieove them of paying a retroactive income tax.
Due tomoeaw by Panama liner, he and his wife
will spend four days here. On the tax freat there
o were two new developments: the Defense Depart-
mOat favorably reported 4o the Hooet Ways and
Means Cnamittee the Mille bill, and the Bote-
Snaers rul- d that annuities paid ZSme Old-timers
tor cpstretlon day service are subneet to tax.
S The Isthmus lost an able diplomat -Tuesday night
*&" when US. Ambassador and Mrs. Monnetim Davis left
S Tocumnen route to Washington and, sometime in
S February, their new post In Israel. Dutlengh, two years
w r, Davis negotiated inportaat grmenI on civil
... -v4teon, highways,. long-standing ldails and tech-
-'.. te aid. He was credited with the Point 4 agrlcul-
+"1 ."program now being studied.
.. At a glance: Canal-Railroad' craftsmen got another
S wage raise fifth since Oct. 15; Indianus in eastern
Chqui were being inoculated against a possible out-
S break o Jungle yellow fever; Canal officials weren't
talking, for publication, about a reported cut of 40 in
C. a. school teachers: vaa L. Iry., Panamanian
workman, wasAi killed in .an -tf ti from an old
,.,-b" m crane being d..m.ed al #0 fare-Sla m

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En rontc to the Uited States last to
the world situaton-, t"oe th Inm utn wEsi ws. "
country's- peed for ftrthr United ee .
Freanh .Prom tr. ie-luevim. ,Althougi was t ie .
stood that Prance w atud support tg Unite e e 4
resolution In the 'United Natlona; informed 1us 1
yesterday claimed that Pleven, would also ure the .
united ates not to ake any action that wld risk 4
a Oneral war with th Soviet Unio.. or Commiunlst
h while Western huro"e remains alme"t deme.
legIs.- '
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ly. United Nations patrols eatoe advanced
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south etof Seul, ad he ArAyfl'my ely
their action an Tffensive." And yeste ay de
eaUce "trooeeps we only ten mnUes In, m o -t,]
meeting very Uittle oganlimd relax .as '.
General Dwight seentower as back
United Stat ..t.week-end" artou of t.- .
lantic Pact nationM,made to give. him l a
ture of what manpower hnd material
aup his Atlantip ect Atmay. Dri this
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Britain, stopped in.teland(OTianttci l ls k gec
ber withOut an army), tald adanof
ment officials on their utonas the common
4fense effort, and lan d a
yestlody. The General was week-ending at Wat -
Pont whil he prepared a repot t bedelivered t
Conagressand the nation t mbrrowf..'. AM.o
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TIB B&AUTi OP THINGS
(Free Poetry)
To feel and speak the astonishing beauty of things -
earth, stone andwater.
Beast, man and wonum sun. soon and stars -:.
The blood-shot beauty of human nature. Its thoughts,
frenzies and passions.
And unhuman nature its towering reallty'-
For man's half dream: man, you might say, is nature
dreaming, but rock
And -water and sky are constant to feel
Oreatly, and understand greatly, and express greatly, the
natural
Beauty, Is the sole business of poetry. .
The. rest'a divelmon: those holy or noble sehtiment, the
intricate ideas,
The love, lust, longing: reasons, but not the reason.
R3em Jeffers.
CO, anM CAT
(From Th Washltr tam tar)
Go out, my cat Ooasoft and light.
The wind Is creeping low!
The stars are sharl as claws tonight.
It Is time to go.
Leaping from dark ferns you may be
Velvet and steel surprise
For careless ones who may not see
Your moon-cleft eyes.
Retrace your Jungle-deep desire
S alf the broad night through.
I will sit here beside the fire.
And envy you. .
Yetaa GIleple.
VAN GOG0
(From Varlegation)
Intimations of the atom came to Van Gogh through no
formulas,
himself a conscious part of cosmic whirling.
No merciful tegument protected him from the universe;
his mind knew the torture of ceaseless motion.
For him spheres crowded towards the earth;
trees became gigantic with unspent power
or writhed in unfulfillment:
still life. full of voltage:
seed. blossom, fruit, were chain reactions, in color ex-
ploding
and light ripped along the ploughman's furrow
In an apocalyptic spring..
Marguerite W. Truslew.




STOCKHOLDERS OF CERVECERIA

NATIONAL, S. A.

(National Brewery Inc.) -


We wish to remind you that the re-
gular-General Assembly of Stockholders
will be held in the main office of the
Company, North Avenue No. 77 Pana.
ma City, on Monday January 29th, 1951
at 7 p.m.

In accordance with the By-Laws of
our Companv this meeting can not be
held unless one-half nlu one of the total
. number of s'oekholders are present or
represented hv oroxy. end at leoMt t'e
half of the mental stock I represemid.
Stenkholder who are sith wle w.t*I
tend this meneu SHOULD FORWARD
THEIR PROXIES in, de time.

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WABINOTON. A- lt S-bt Bu
wutten about the historic WOri. 7
laons made as Teheran and alta.
either oCfielal or seaHofBelat as e
the Wake Island eonftaeMe last
ceded one of our mot.e disartrous I0t9 t
tory. "*
Because ttt defeat ha. eost manya
lives and- the worst pDiortoate iW o
any recent war, and eaust it A .Mh,:.is,
equally searles.;atback to the
aoal to prevent asgresslaos tt is
the public know something of what t
Wake Island.
The Presdent of the United States a
way round the world to confer with ep
MaArthmr. yet aside from a Xew Anv
lesanatries reported by ng ew ,
nothing has been published earg what w
opened or this mid-Paic lnd.
The direct talks between MacAxhu and Pt
sldent Truman took place with no one else pes-
sent, no stenograohic ots taken. is- fbt to 1
Impossible, therefore, to report accurately what
happened. Furthermore, the stenograpbic notes .
made of- the more extended conversatIma be- tr
tween Trumtn. MaeArthur. Ger al Bradlev and.
the other mlltary men are still so secret that
each copy as cnmberd.-
TOUCHW- POMWA W
However. I believe It ts moortant that the
American people know what took lace at Wake bi
Island: so herewith I shall report some of the Ol
conversations recorded In there notes. IY
Only one clue was given -in the more extendl,
ed convewration as to wbat Truman and Nac'-. -
Arthur talked about in their private meetlr.
This was when someone asked the Pex*n th
-bout Fo'mnta. and hq cut further
short with the curt reolv:
"General MacArthur and I have discussed For-
lmorq alreadv spnd we.ere In complete agreement
on the sublent." C
Thtis nears to confirm reports that o.o nf
the chief rpsons for the Prepidnt's lons .trip p1
was to out the nuletus on M A4rthur's unauth-
orised conversetlon with (hlant Kai-shek anp4 t
curtail anv more trite to Pnrmatnn to eWws 1I
with the GeCerallslrmo eni Ma4ame
ThPIe had tlrreei political ditemdlon M h At -
The trend nf rlseuset In th rst o .
ference was that a milltr victory w a t
In the bpa. Alm'ot -mor-t.'m- wan ven 4Mt a c<
diseumloon at Korean reh*ailitaticn. t terle"w
tha tp millttr v trate'v. When It rame to the a
latter. )f-nersl MeAnlhn umnlnsi*tfM the enq- a
ve"'*" to.. ib
"Thf Nnrth Km-nnt"f' he.'wxlitied. "hewg n
about 15 n MO nerrlllprI left In th- South. hut the.
winter will tak' are n# mot of then '*. nethars
an a beaten force. fl'w *re r onl flwehtlnr *'L*-
%ave fare. Tt ""*eq ni -t the n-4n to have to
4esown the-m" :-. to.

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" Ufbh tbte loh in North Rt"'-t ho.rt thae.
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had lined up gasoline In 4ani .
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to the tune of' hrch .eBl cal-., trs6"1 hol0
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Jack Poole thought I -' n oet bo we
breakftat bell and leap-ed e- weiout out the as
ly out of bed. Boquete so a A. tle mu
5oon we were on our way and climbing- mt ni noltipn- 1
m.ased the covered bridge which Th trail was dry and tho
year lagoWcaped tw of Our=et wew al1d.a.Jow ..h a
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Fritz is an hydrogpc
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El Hato. We enjoyed a v1st clus ,
some refreshments and he frve ,
us some statistics taken fro te
previous years at lalsan which sl
about the ame elevation, l e..
4.000 feet. Thirty-four dereess
Fahrenheit was the low mark 1t
that elevation and the rarifUall
average was 159 Inches. Mno2gih
ch. n'"- e from the Zone?
E- Wednesday and Baturday are
the mo' dayt so-we went to the
post office and started makt ~
some contacts for the trip next
day. Hans Senn lined up Fede-
rico Ponce as one gulde for vs.
and 'I weat hi search of E11116
Quirntero for the other. He could-
in't make It himself so Pablo Val-
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wavs-then off onto the -Lan .
n' the right and soon we food
that a Ford Is not a Jeep. so re-
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di oi. deep .

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La Academia Panamefa de isa Lengui scori i74. ae ad6 srfrlde4,-
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ceiebrada el pasado mfrcoles. Son 6tos: a ,s a uAr. ett bo m d cIctad oIS'
el doctor Octaviao flbrea, el Protweor rt esntbder o ctnto h catado la
Miguel Meia DutarlelD oeta arquite- tencton de Sada patente.
to Ricardo J. Bermndes, dofis Maria 0- RemaOi de imporedozes de
limpla de Obaldis v el sefior Oil Bias Carnu e= a to lat ngelsia
Tejeira .Ocupa Iu a de .la tor-
poracl6n of doctor Xfe3o J M. BW rleton ca l eb i
con la muerte del panlefozah R
Nicolasa Victoria J. hI rudado b W ia
Ia Academia de las Jon
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sustraidos varies d t en donde m JEaea
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con repreoentantes de IS wpeaMS. senl.
unsugrado el MIrader Belta r '
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El viernes en la noch ue t gudo l nu[Iinu
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tratadts en Miami. Maestro Avelino L aWdes"a flebee
Mufioz actuat con el rgano en el ya" am= 7a lei ios
acredltado y preferido patio de "I1 Pa-
mama". Informaclones procedentes del Dlstri.
to de o an Lorei o en OChiriui. da
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Al sefor Ministro de Educacl6n. don de Is febre a Isril o aa cmhasdS
Modesto Saamin, ie tue entregada una medidaua obre parioar. ..
pelicula ei colors que recoge la hiuto- No sr"As mwededo
ia do la investlgaciones arqueol6Icaa los vehioaloesea la i oa
ofectuadaa en PanaiA por los t6cnicos
del Instituto Bmlthbonlan. Segultrfn Los atom6viles que vengan del Iqte-
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.fondoa del menclonado Insaltuto y del dos en a Zona dl Canal. holfadosue
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parahora examen ante las autorda- em.s at, wm r 6
dem.mneltas. 8on e Io cammrial esl
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BASE GEOGRAFICA V PANMA


geolog6ca present, como carAc-
ter b alco, el predominio de ro-
cas y materials volcanicos, de
origen relativamente reciente
que va desde fines del secun-
carlo a fines del terciario (Shu-
chert). Cabe distinguir (Rublo
A.) "Notas sore Geologia do
PanamA". Panami 1949) dos
grupos estructurales: 1-Laa tie
rras altas y montafossa de ort-
gen volcinico, formadas por el
espinazo de la Cordillera Cen-
tral (que desde la frontera de
Costa Rica corre-3,000* 2.000 y
1,000 metros-hasta el centro
de la Repdblica, dividlendo las
aguas) con au aditamento el
VolcAn Bark, Chiriqul cosa mAi
xlma de la RephbUls 3,478 me-
tree); los areoa montafic0s
orientales de la Blerrni Lorona
de Portobelo Cordillera de San
Blas y Cordillers del Tac ccum
(arco oriental del Norte) 1y Ia
montafuas de ChimAn, Rio Con-
go y Alto Darl6n tarco oriental
del sur). mAs las pequeflh ca-
denas volcnlicas del Sttr que
mueven el relieve de aIs Penln-
aJla de Asuero. U-Las tierran
baja. colinas y flanuras sedi-
mentarias (ooceno al plelato-
eeno), formadas por las Ilanu-
ras del Norte (Bocas del Toro,
Oocl6 y Coldn): las depreaso-
aes orientales que drenan los
do@ rios mayores (Bayano y
Cnueunaque), mAs las collins
dd delprlnddo Iatmo Central de
A ue vac. coad per
pleto el Importantisimo rio

La e t altlmtrica de
sla Rp s s mume al (Ru
bto A.), "EItructura gro-al it-
n6trica de- Panama". "Ingente-
riS y Arquietua". PanamA.
Agosto. 1 :.4;I-Tlerraa bamas,
de menp dp M, metros de al-
tltud. EbupMn n 87% del Area


pen. 8u amblente ea poco favo- tros, on mAn de 1,600 las) 'a-
rable a Ia vida humansa espe- tAn caal dehabltadaa, do las dNamo' as euent de
cialmente al blanco) por au coatas de San Bla, con us aU.- aiportalna te tIane ls trauc-
Insalubridad. Habitan n ell merosos archiplMlaga corOluno el6n de AviceAa aUe V a publi-
los Indlos panameflos que con- ona alento de Is poblaolin in- s r Comi in de Belrut~.Ao
servan vivas sus cultures Guay- dia kuna. COocotero y Iamo i oeisrqc eto .
mnles. de Bocas del Tore; Kunas constituyen t ,iaes. o Maaod m
Choc6es, del Bajo DarMn). BA fa1m6 oo T pch l6plag de 3. t P dier
nano y abaci (plantaclones), Perlas, mituIdo on el,AOolfo d e eomieta al franea del Klto,
coco, maderas, palms oleagino. PanamA. 0 lar lU mba do
sas. ccaao, aucho, esca flu-
vial. flaran entire ma recurss Be aalenta el stmo de PaWi- Mlle. G hon, no'z
naturales oa mA sobre tua amplla Plk- prelar 1 extraordtln, art .
forms ContOettal, angosts en taoo6n det-sabio persa.
2--REGION DB LA SABA- el mar Carte pero muy dla-
NAB DEL PACMIC1O. Ocupa las tada On el PacflooB. Bus p 'La euarta obra que, probblo-
tierras bas de la v tlente del dadel peuteus a el mente., 4el lda 01 argr -
Pacifio, (con excepeldn de Is, mr y gran la Constltu t traue; sAer n Ule de
cuenes del Bayano v del Chu- de 1940 ncluy. I plataform t
cunoaqu), a8 Lianuras Centra- continental c M tierra elB- Khaldt, el Rran bltorlado t
lea. la Llanuras Chiricanas y tado Panamefo. neono del illo XIV. tna ver-
as tierras balam de a Peninsu- an de ss 'oleg6menos" (Ma-
la de ASauro. Te,'s callente DITISION' PO LA kaddama) a la tork Ui .
(25.0. en PanamA), k prome- Repabl ca de en.-mu.--
alo de preelpitaciones anuales cuentra dfvidoda di r- sal--n Io au me no no@ mattlets
mares un actlado contrate con vinchla, eda tm doe e como predecesar de Mmteb -
Is region de laU elvas (2,000 soe ubdivlde en q' qtoue.-, donde aectud aorades*
mm. y unas mona perlfricr al tando 81 el total de t.'telmeto el prooeao de MVl
olfo de PainA .cqmesa de m s y adeOa a omits d d cadenola do loa ImpedaL
1.500 mm, quOe I r al pro- an Blas, h da or ndla mi p
blems de sequ). L etacl6N e tkunas y su et a a -
seca (Enero-Ma-as a mueho ca del.Tore, (ret del m. ya la I& a od.a
mAs Intenas. T7pe climitioo "4 peihl.& g de asaw B
.w I" de Koppa. Pasaje vegs ribe ac tMnp
tal herbaceo, de mbanas, alter. oM (, .-
nando con marpue ltealy 7 .( -
bosque gapleia Ie la wrm tA
nea fluvial esma Me **i lS
dio fe=ogr Mfco is o a s 4-
habisat 5 hMhd, e ons tu s): 4 tooa de
nam del Pafe (ltudm trash Ps lo; dm e sems) re
la Cordillera Central. a la somm- rers (ONonto del Padftai,
bra e61oca") as adenta la ma- region doe abnas)* i aat ,
yor part de la poblatoia pa-- (vertltate del Padfioo: r
namefa fue amMO M..- de amobaaa) Panama .-
.-te t d an olta t dl Padtm : l, abana
nas p pree y parteMIs VoI& rat)a d ta,
Regl p de la agrt r Verasguoe a aaj t M
tropical oma, la gaade- la V e l
ila, conatltuye la regln da be- an edtm oOS.-a ...a
mica masi lportante delpal., be; peedanhml de las saints) .


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LA P0ICION T 8MU8 0CW8I- total. I tI .erra cAalate on ca*
CUMgNULAS--Amdrica Central clUms tropical de sieYa ("A m" lI tean a
seMaWu strict, se define geogit- Zoppa) .y do Abbadpa ("A w" S
ficamente per la &erie de t- op)a. I.-Tl .r teaplad S
mo. que enhuan los boques con ,Iesa centre los a lO 7 10 0 .,-
contlnentales de Amirlea del mes Vn 10% deL iaa. M- A
Norte*y del Sur. La Repfiblca Tiera ge m(na de 0 e
de PanamA so agents aontm p '%, Clms teanqplado de iu ,os n pa e, .
istmos angoston Y bajo queM a, lAanV ("C w" de o op- deab- lena-per Muow i0bo
como un gone, amarran a Am oen), A As de 2,000 ySM200 lojl116)4 lama
QeogrAficamente, Pa smA m S Moritz. Wagl )
ria rcenBral e o de lia eamicaR. o d ,-W "_ _wiimt.. ?* w o..I ...tt. ...
encuadrao en i@ 6ptio latmeo O OQRAFICAS-' 3
centro-sm.rloano. Ist6ricam. n Aunqut inauflclentemente In-l ag l W o V1 My,.
te. sus eaouencias cultuTIms vegh sea han hecho diver- u etr d a .





Au at- -sn geo.,sg. banccloPsacoarso- I"d ae
1e rc 3n7ro.ste .d nore. el a: R.Ist, --- recen5olmete. dedno ewmlont_ i. aei
del r. Oestrat go mbtp condr mM I; d Crso (JrD.) pr mad i d r, 7 a 5 e
po.e .a tl puacn c o lefalle 1 el DE -aTw'1930;anlt A rafaa(NSo de C anoau r ec r g
ci faorm dead ol Caribe dal PA- nTaltOPiCLtrico, pitructuMIELVA n al bift as y r o -rl
,i I~ 5~aidd huas dfrfolod u Coh fica, dcq de eut entire m i d P 11 fo6 -tan



marina pena all end nor o OInl e lea dey e t ,..,l eI u
cis de Influencia auranmertpans saje vegetal e. hid Co.M doIs Icefltlflo-anI
clntroaelricans, del Cao Y A. Rub ia p1940-1r00sN dees de-l n etla ntt hid e it ten en le ngum oelde ata
Aplicando el criterlo Hettner 4-_X3GON DEL CNAOU cuant" reo enesi 7 fi if"
Su situaci6n geogrmflcs (1o. Paaargen( comaroa-lands hafts- o de Is RUTA. Ocupa oI liastmo t trducidoi, en A 3a7e!
11' a gao 37) de latitud norte j toell-; paiaaje-landschaft-y central do PanamA uno de Ioc parte, del latin. NafilS M
Is ubicts en lona tropical, con regln-ilandAteil.-) encontira- mm anuam .quo am v, toqavia a verolds lS
caracteriaticas amblentales cll-noe ua Iguiente nreg ns: tem deas i eri a l obqueocW
mdticas tpicamente tropicales. I--,REICt DE LAS BLVAD itu M l, ld jule o oAtm ll el
Su forms de delgada "S turn-TROPICAnES, PLpoVL roLASW as cojataspberantlas va- P daurant o0 0l064
bada presents ampifos frente "raTnforet"), a. RBOION lies, rooubalrto--do ult( trpi- 6e mfu vide y deride s ;as.
marines: unos 1,400 kil6rmetros I cARIBz. Ia Alyalea" pa-Cal AOndtteM;suM ON s R- .wtable-nte dot 8MU Rb A
de coatas. con mAi de 1.000 ia- namefla.! Ocupa ls tierra be- Ulentes, Si iagostuts, iibajo al-o nvtey
l", al Pacifico. El literal paci- .as deo la vertiente del Carlbe, relieve 7 Is 'istenclfs tid*i r1o isuontwi e 7' i Sn! so
lico se prolong en uns ampla con I cuencg central del Cha- Chagre deter aron en icdud Is atl, aad, so nup
piataforma continental. o oba- gres; isa depresioneo orientales re s aI antccin do 1U*45 pVa. e ele ft ss
tante, ]as actividades humanAs del Bayano y Chucunaque; y de tronsito IMiinF-ivo (aV,_ IMrQ .... a"
Importancis en Is vida pans- Pennsaulasde Azuera. Tierm os- .Ge PUMSi M K016, Y, fli-F, Ija,
anefia. Uente (26.7o. C: en Col6n), ba- merto. s, Ito naluccizi, dc.
tida par Ice NE. del Carl b. con nal..Zn ella me eneuentra & s Q.4 04.1 P 11-11f,-
Ambiente tropical y angsOato aundantes luvsa an u ale .doa cludadia qaayores. PanaA &VA00* 43 55.N tino-jm
puente terrestre, fAd] a la Co-; (2.500 a 3,500 ram). Su estacl6n y Col6n, cuysa funclones or15- alas ts-*Mga ifs 0t .1P d4s01- d.
municacl6n intermarnason & coca (,nero-Mao), e s losuft- nals ban derivado de Is ruts. y-i o eA ten el.1 tim "
iam consecuenclas evidentes doclentemente h(Lmeda pars man
mu poslci6n y de su forms. -'tner la selva de tipo tropical. Las cos'as panamefaw, muy a nue .J U a
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