The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01009
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01009
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Action On China

LA.K auIOW, ba 's1 (UP)
-The UN pottialt 1 lttee
met late yewday o up s
resolutions introduced so a
time ago by RU a jl g for a
finding that. the States
has committed aggretaon against
the Chinese Communlts.
Also on I. agenda se the
problemm of IMIosa and an a-
egation that 8. drcraft at-
tacked the territory of Man-
The polial committee ad-
j turned 1tt1 Tuesday.
Mes t observers aid d
that Ceabmxat OhnlAI filt re-
jection -t United Nationsu
test e to negotiate paN
in Korea t only one obvious
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3 (UP).-A Frenco-American combat team, itching fl.
fight, found what they were looking for in a tunnel a
north of Yoju and slaughtered 3 0 Communists in a .
hour carnage which ended-today.
Using bayonets, knives and rifle butts and
their fists at close quarters the Franco-Americen
ped wave after wave of fanatical bugle-blowlg Commu
ist troops who rushed their defense ine in the early
ing fog. .
By noon the Communists were
losing their taste for cold steel *
through their bellies, an started
keeping at a respect distance. tPreifl
T enks and artllery were
brougIt up to pound tOe CoRnr -
munfta in a two-mad-a-halt bMy .t tract
one-mile perimeter, and by
nightfall they had falen back to
llci their wounds.
Col. Paul Lee Preeman, whoBr O
commanded the combat team,
said of the Reds: -
"It looks a though they just TO O, Feb. (UP)
didn't bring enough to do the n Communat PrMer
job. We reauy clobbered them." En Lal in an 1,80-word
Wedneasdy after the enemy had ping hs .rejeea -d b
au and cut up a pla settlement. ortee ore S
of the sams' rl ment theunlme .t
previousday.ree added, tracts Its denuncatn
"We. estmate conservatvoiy ping as an A gre or.
that W klUed at leadt 1,M In pS
.ou bt.fl Mg, and that air and Chou said the UN Genseral
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leaving early tomorrow footr
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while the Panama teoaserS .r
at school. They have a aged a
program tf excursion a'av
to other educational nitutions
ding the month
women Mre in Denton. w"I lso
miles tfran Fort Worth d Za-

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I0o trace of the bufat a J1rs
b older, -r wterd..
yards oft Ko h bd
found up toI QA today.
soldier, wfl? on idt?
but woso ^a sbeen
pending .lctlpf
family, went to village of
Cwewron on Venad Beach abt
9: am. yesterday was wn
. Melvin D. Bedecker, also of
Comply P. The two 0411rM
hiredsa boat to take them bak to
Kobbe beach and started off Wth
three men from Cameron: Alfon-
o St. Clair Juan Ramla d
eritino Aranz.
The boat capsized as It round-
4d rua Point and the five men
were thrown Into the water. Do-
decker and the three Panaman-
ians held onto the capsized boat
pad were picked up ti a snmll
power boat operated by Robert
Ranice of Panama City. The
other soldier, however, did not
come to the surface after the
boat turned over.
Balboa Tides
High Low
1:34 aSm. 14.2 ft. 8:08 sm. .0 ft.
9:1$ p.m. 13.9 ft. L.St p f. .S ft.

srM_ I-re. wWetem n r -n
Hat Casit reinforcements were
bound for the area bombarded
by the 48,000-ton U. 8. battleship
Missourl and other Allied war-
shps earlit this week.
South Korean troops pushing
up the ast Coat have been
driven within 20 miles of the 38th
Ge. Porter Returns
Prom Costa Rica Trip
* Mal. Gen. Ray. Porter, com-
manding the USARCARIB, re-
turned to the Canal Zone this
morning after a one-day trip to
Costa Rica. During his brief visit
he presented awards to the
champion marksmen of the Cos-
ta Rican army.
He was accompanied by Col.
Robert J. McBrlde and Lt. Col.
Joel M. Hollis of Headquarters,
UVARCARIB and Col. James W.
Pumpelly. of the Army school at
Port Oulick.

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 3, (UP) calated that the levies will be
President Harry Truman asked. "shockI gly" stitt.
ongres yesterday ;6r a quick Mr. Truman also urged Con-
$20M ,000,0 tax Increase that gre to close "loopholes' in the
would raise some rates above the tax aws In the Interest of "fair-
World War II peak, and warned ness." He said the oil and mining I
he will seek still heavier levies Industries, for example, are pay-
later this year. Ing fat less than their prol a
In a special message to the share of taxes, and the capt l
Mae and Benate, he said the ga tax Is too low.
aiurlan people are "ready and is msesage did not even men-
wtOWg" to pay higher taxes to 'ton a Federal sales tax which
put the defense program on a some lawmakers favor. The Pre-
pM-as-we-go basis and help silent elflel rejected pro-b
eet Inflation. osla ttom somi quarters Mat
StManediate program called personal income tax exzmtimns
be reduced from SM0 to W O. t
=ABMO O mae In pwso Congress rased corporation
taxea. An ove rese income taxes by
at per nt wh arp O a year last fall, and later
lathe pser as well as the enated a 8200.000,000 exces
profits tax. I
Tuaa sexes In- The President did not a a
the new tes shouldbe
b ttoBperant. e aa previously suggested
800SS~aW iil m exsIng them a etroactave to laMt .a. (
M ona- ut Congress appesoe 1

"To strike for thel
this resoltiMn, to stut
at an utter
ful lothlment of
problem and other' Im -
Asian problems but also,
lIsh a base for oppoaltion
aggressive war for the defe
of world peace and for restwl
tion of the dignity of the Un
Nations charter.

Funeral Services :
Held At Cristo Ref
For Dr. Kellerman
Funeral services were held at
Cristobal Rey Chapeln e
Vista this morning for Dr. H
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nama chiropractor.
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man, and one daughter
Doris Kellerman de Obalda.

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BCristbalN .......... ............ Feb 114 is
s. .........,.i.... dd.m le of Maruch
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................Feb. OAN ....... ....... .... Feb. 14 theme "hB
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Arrives ........,I...... ;;.. ... .
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..... ..... Feb. TO COLOMBIA, EOUAOR. PRfU and CHILE: PO s
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ORBESTES ..............Feb. 16 Now that
sembly ha% f1
p Angeles and Seattle. TSLIFROg_. china s As -f
clea s andnMobile. .T1tL alp China guilts of
ed to twelve passengers. Crlst6bal: 1310.121L131 i 1.M38 Balboa 3719 West mus think
t t erms for pe In X" a 1ee
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Shipping & AirLine News fn-co
.olone h oes
e- a tablh auno
-.204 Col6n 20 whereby the -to
Diesel Students W d Words would be reduced n be
SThree young Panamanian men NeOw- papers published In Lon- status.
who have been selected for se10gl don Oa n. 30 were being read In There are preset a-
arships at the Auto Diesel School Paai on Feb. 1. And a Ca0,al among them the hu
I n Nashville, Tenn., are leaving. Zo.e hping agent commenrd epidemic among .e -
early next week to begin their 42- that he had received on Feb. I a that the UN foree-
N' week training courses. They are letter postmarked in London on ting the upper UN
to be among2l1 students from fPa Jan. 2., does get th*e "a
nama and Central America, who Tohe newspapers and ailrmill seem the peay
will attend the course in which came trough from London cx to frame ne ..that
emphasis will be laid on repair of Britif Overseas Airways' Cons- could lead to
automobiles, road and agriclutur- tellation flight from London. via Most peo do
al machinery, the 'Aores, Bermuda and Nassau. not relish I le Ia.I
Leaving Sunday night on Bra- Vacaon iPlr dIneNorth
niff for Havana, on route to Now .aoseA. Chavarria, Braniff's feasible.
O. rleans and Nashville, will be traffe,. representative at Toqu- According to in Unl-
Alejandro Garus. The two others, men, la leaving tomorrow night Led Press corrMeswart
Juan B. Valdez and Alfonso Oar- an fl0ht40 to spend a 30-;ay Hensley obtainesdi lWaw ston
ela are leaving on BranIff Feb. 'I. leave Kansas City and Los An- the United States Will-
ftered by the "Friends of the utl -- 38hParallel fth
ted States of Latin America," would ac'pt te 11 tdd '
whose president. Stanley I. Pose- o-flre t .ers.
ST SOUTH AMERICA was an Isthman visitor lastederal r
S SUC November. Union Holdsb
Due CrI,6bal, Feb. '7th the Parallel ven without ah an
Due Criat6bal, Feb. 14th Seaman Improved agreement. UN-terM. Whl the
BRC TOfall aboard the Panam Linis An alcease-fire attempt, provided. a-
ERICA TO NEW YORK Crisobal l at Wednesday. 4 mon te o
alls Crist6bal, Feb. 5th bidetaower aar theCria o In their third annual meeting tarited S one, and for the with-
Sails Crist6bal, Feb. 12th able to sail with the Crisobalheld last Friday evening at Cow drawal of all North rnm r lare-
s r b, Feb. 1th yesterday. Ion's Club Tropical. members ot es. *-- ,.- ;-
While working in the forward the Cristobal Federal Credit Un- thB -
WES1 COAST part of the vessel, he had stepped ion voted to forego a dividend this
IUA & CRISTOBAL into No. 1 hold and fell from C to year. warded the treasurer an
SD deck. He was taken to Colon increase in salary and asked
...Due lbo Feb. 5th Hopital andas at irst bellevd stringent measures to curb de-
.Dque Balbqa, Feb. 1't. have beeW critically injured. llnquen. yon the part of borrow- 5
v . fs..Abo m members attended
COAST CENTRAL NT New Ship "---"" -hemau. -
COAST CENTRAL The 4,00-ton Elin HAven was The managing staff for 1951 fa
PACIFIC northbound in the Canal yescer- was elected as follows: Board of be
gs Cristybal, Feb. 10th day on her maiden tfroems Owned Directors: ooter. 0, Bournas, tioulth
-. urs iby A. S. Singer, company, she is president; Walter H. MaxweJl, o the poptal -
Srunling under charter to the Ma- vice-president Hermn Watson. A co tuton under ch n
ersk Line. treasurer; Osmond McLean. clerk ditlons would pave the way for a
I ^ *hl Sh was built In Bergen In 1949 and Idalla Layne, Fran cIaCo completely Red government.
%1U and is 396 feet overall In length Brewster, Cleveland Harris, Jas. The first requisite of peace in
Measured in Balboa she Is berth- H. Dailey. Mauriclo McLean, dl-
8657 Balboa 1w 7 319 lng in Cristobal.for cargo opera- rectors. Credit Committee: Stan-
tione, Elin Haven Is en route ley J. Croosman, chairman: 0. A.
from the Far East, via Los Ange- A. Babb, secretary and J. H. Dal-
les, o New York. le- Iy. Superv aoryar
allon Com anIy Laagents aro 0-a'. FentonOl d a rgui
C BR I S -bert A person.
Power Barge
|(Ltd The appropriately-wmc pw-
s Li er barge Dynamo LA doe hero '-
bout the middle o. a t week en
;NUER SERVICES route from San Frincec6 to Car-
Tena, Colombia.
EST CASTSccording to inftibit on re- "Operation one of
it AMERICA celved by Norton. M, who will the new books clu-
handle her here. the power barge latlon during ..ek by
AND CHILE is arriving under tow of the Pa- The Panama O ; ary. is
.Feb. 6th cific Towboat and Salvage Com- the story of a Al-
.......... pany's tug Barbara Fos. The bafnlan who for m on gplied
RTAGENA, HAVANA, Barbara Foss wl leave her In a stream of vital ,Ion to t
A, aANTANDER BalBoa. Hitler while gi valet"
A.She will be towed through the of the Brltia 3mb. or in
CE Canal by government vessels and Ankara.
Mar. 3rd will be picked up at the Atlanric The author ifti book, L. C. *
S........... Bide by a Moran tug, probably the Moyzlsh, was the German at-
A DIREC1 Eugenia Moran. to continue the tache In Ankara through whom
.. Feb. th voage to Cartagena. the information was transmit.
............Feb. 6th .C a. ted to Hitler. Doubts as to the
...........Feb. 12th Passing Ships authenticity of the fantastic
Two of the New Zealand Lini's story have been canceled by
.AND AMERICA LINE passenger vessels are slated to searching discussIons with von & AI I #lRE
meet in the Canal next weekend. Papen in Germany, the English M IEVILLOWWE
PORTS Arriving Feb. 11 will be the Ambassador and with the au-
MPORTS r r Rangtane. bound to -England thor, according to the publlsh-
........Mid-February th from New Zealand. She is expect- ers.
..........March 5th ed to berth in Balboa and transit The complete list of new books
ENT the Canal the following day. On at the Library follows,
Feb. 13. the Rangitiki Is due In Fishes-Exotic aquarium fish-
............Feb. 7th Crlstobal from England for New es, Inees.
and Third Class Zealand and will probably transit Fine arts The ladles, God
for passengers on arrival, to dock in Balboa. Both bless 'em!. Hobinson; and Cruls-
S ships are running almost full and ing under sail, Hhscoek.
SWithout Notice. have about 350 aboard each. American poetry Complete
6bal rel 1 54 155 -- poems, 8andburg.
I*127/18: ialboa I A Wu a It n T Blography, iery I-' A
An airline passenger named ortal Magyar, la ter; Op.- CRYSTAL C
Charles Atlas attracted attention eratlon Cicero, Moysch.
Thursday night at Tocumen air- Fiction Reference to death,
port. He was a through passen- Davis; The big eye, Ehrllch;
ger on Braniff from Havana to Cornbread aristocrat,' Garner;
m La U and is en route to BrazUil. The rake's progress, Llndsay;
Nlo one yesterday could say for The people against O'Hara, Lip-
sure whether or not Atlas, lisL:ed sky; Line on Glager, Maugham;
on the passenger list as 32 years My lord America,. Rackowe; The
old. was the famed body-bullder diapperance, Wylle.
known to magazine advertise- Replacements Impdrial pa-
,n m t m pnet readers. lace, Bennett; Kin of the
eie orange. Brand The "enls,
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S to entertain the troops, th e St.os star begged off L r
dit cuting detal of the two negottimoe. he's arseadyl thad (Second Ha> dfin. w be fil h
thei club owneron. "We aren't ifar asart," was all he d adm th.nUn h w b., Gde ol wihI
i other sources I happen to know his asking price is 85,000 Teams- Wen Lot Pet.
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l the t arde t wi la Mn ay ngt til eao d hi wot Jobo Stadiuv.cinoffo Last Round8 and.116at Cu- a
l d a s ua spirted l t am b bfth e r t wo naotihon e fa c rues- T helum mis tallb iedn d or c n r le ext M ov
t sIxyarafs youne tract a, t wo yearsyoall une'r thante s evenh and t

to now Ralph Riner of the Pirates needed the most help Cristobal Mo uto their owr rownato the t lale foR
hery his money home65,000. That i, n the old league. It backyard at Mt.op The .
Sof envy In the young mah's make, but there did have to Dave Thomaa will glat for le Pet 2*. H ben14,e..oft
a timlde when the would ask himell "How much more on CristobaBtes while It la expnetId en S "
h, I eale n tae, roun, h hoi tm wr e e M r er ita- ? neof JodeenDt

Noptarlyref'ect ability On this basis Mustal, on what he's rewersd Sad wTihchhad e cp or thIn byeeaws.eni the 0 bi
rawithng, would not enoy notable distinction. Hmberto Robinstheon wD l start oana e7 eo Durdoocle hshiay b ecubs11e- DofP me
he c doawe.* a r for eMottat aainrt iasam Johnny Liongden. Bed Boses la pon nsm a got sttt.
t* yBof th o i .aboe0 al .... .leap, I. L h NiA. General ftaf$o05 ,- y

ogh thnowRatltheabreriworthyefPiratesnhideandIthmoast helpttstnghtto IntheirMownte ram s R Wu n e setoIthefy wr cersL
rating Muslal the most at.Te player i n baseball today ovge r.cIamc a 3-1 l it ie t ;ene tewamr-ie s irit id the tte wl bed
ain consideration hatie theagtho he wasdey out anadu the seventh nnng to emerge the L A i Lantdae Ball con i
Sor some reaso,'Is nt a-lnng ballplayer. Certainly victors 5-3 over the Brewers at h1eenic,e K A00 Sio Sa m e c
time the ardent illiams partisan would not class him with Bal.boa Stadium. R MboiLast Round and rea Cir" eweaht oi 1
I as a spirited team plusa. Twsere la another factor. Mu- The Rummies tamlsed once In Cle bidouden-'t mong getn good start, Man WaySe Open Firstl
usalsx ysdeatrs youngerat toe twer a Diarsi,wo years younger than the seventh and three times In OL vI champ, ie to mve to-
ms. the eighth to wipe out the Brew- morrow pe or

n St. Louis you cannot expect to be paid as much as It you result of a triple by Conrado s ill being set embers of the

redon sold out he ws a multimillionire-and the ng- a tarte b Ed Flo's triple then
c raoe. "d i rbe.ed atat B eagu .Te u l y t v L e d re.i a

ig he t ay Mo all I.e r il the Poli es Enheri a ne o Rthemort her t hsaeda.t Yu i'c liktietaaear e awalnda "It e ti
r C ay r e h isye a r. t at ItMr he t ll ga efl su e caun the o at. bn utaa t pTa, good, er tsNhee na Of hi ear, ga

So ei st o asontiepas mdeup thoher t hi as til be olas .f h e Durocher said he thought he eco

inte w la a d am s rdine "Itl m h W, m s tdist-nction.longdl S,. cincl udingttrk.ry
gt NL hitter to tae" tcher na.H l he couldn'tderoiRi san ol et a te. ehwo S l
o o taaputghsa O nger onlthe inew p togt tell lubams ne mrehBd. S

ty. He was speaking of a ma he knows well, admires and e theak us hard to stop this year." ined that he wvMaef erlook- wR 'ORK-Vye men w
rts. "There Isn't a smarter baseball man In the lea, B The Giant Manager said mn a e
't believe." Muglal added. aand I'm sure h e has what lt n PhCi a. -wever. h
aI a rn aspirhtem teamePlayr IThudib.meve A r ong *

to handle players.l" todpe o. Yankees or Fi wohrecoer.ro u They ridhe witalthelats bas-e
ther eifhiet htoerwip el outo said "hahvsBlee se-l

here will you guys finish this year?"w.I asked. every ag It 'takes to wt. Thy
Vell," he smiled wryly, 'we aren't getting any younger and First Half (ame have a mixture of youth and cx- One Indictment changes Hank ca o
en't he kind of Cardinal team you'd make favorites right be speriltence, and I'm rn rit Pep i and the Sohwartsa i
ke in other years, but I think we are good enough to be up In rcnoin n' eg will aet the best o the. bgorBag Udand Bs .
most of the way. You know, all those Injuries didn't help The Carta VIeja oenas ey l bear Wai w r bery and eonfiaet o
last year." hs s d h r fiL a minni ta ee.h Leo sbid' s"1 5 1 u with the Je n. ntea ros
wat's true. Mustal himself inure hlus knee three times. Joe ramu e a t hs wsOne *tme aCwlevaknto dotoe iSto f oIEf a'e oNMit
ola. the young catcher who was Just beginning to come, ow. Pitcher Raus Christopher h i cotan Cen ial i* Bob Pt
but most of the season with a shoulder separation. Ted lat o-ant he 5ste thinks he's finally f he o throw the gne. e Minnea
able relief pitcher, had to submit to surgery and Marionf dTam o t heartsaondition that a forced hiw lMbiaelaT reported the Ispgnt Johnny Wi
la spring training, was in and out of the lineup so often oThr a te out of baseball. CidstOphut sa i h her oppe was c0-ns- Minneian ll
*es box lost count. Result: The Cards dropped out of the ta n se s ihe hopes to report for spring htaa f last yeas aihad Pat eau
division for the first time since '38. Even Stan the Man h-fael training this yers with the s to s while the Swliat Sln neaoe.
I't stop the skid. UTTI I AWA Th. syakee h dirana. etben are described by d v
hsaypohn i otnaI yeov.erunn hesehr w shthe rt as galblere. tmar Ott
juriesWiliamsdid'thaveafullshotsit makeR E the syfelic ges* keptb his s l ve in s heart condition the sf 0 e & in etet 1 sp in Co
S Nerwture of lwaocking a sftraarls thrd victory et. rheumatic fever when e banwi Jaye Byues, eo w
tero thoudesk drawer. The vty gasme bas.d ,e Christopher ad he plan .to we. aftibS erS saLeeerslt s sa.
Swas dropped at hthe surgh T he Psiamai til port to the Tuson, Ariia, w .bribery and conspiagy The ontly
sh school because hof the sl n be l reoest a training camp of the Indlane, bi a'as Mant eoo
ahetel avy flnaneial tes dunginI next week when ay h e and adds. "I can un acroe thee nIm Santa Clara s m m
th CaerdsotheiserVasMricnr IL ua ef nt terethe was. four years resumed. D urtreet now without gettthaee wra e- eeL nd %tr

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Antemobilg Miscll a h Household
T "C ARS yALINTINI SPWM.. Th FOR. ALE.-Philippine Rtten a-h
g lOgTr February our finest $20 .pin b un chair $30.00;6 f. em
ICK MS l HEV T nints wilt be $15 d ouri $1- er trunk 55.00; two tables an4
WICormi'4"12.50. The prims include stool $6.00; Inoleum 55.00;
i Cadillac '47. 4 door 1951 styling totype, gutting, bread box $1.50; master $ .00. o
$700 equity sacrifice for shampoo and t F inse's, lacquer 044-H, Morgarita 3-21,15.
anoma 327-57 for oppoint- everything g to maki yo u rIcWly
a nama' Valentine for him, nll i1isit FOR- SAL.-Simmons studio a Iphl
S BErrTTER -- USID CARS Beauty Shop, Coci1. 4-557. children's toys., playground eqluip-
BUICK CHEVROLET The Panama Conle offers for le .
S S TAE:-1 940 Old mobei rlees to the highest biddct irBuk f ol n o. FOR SALE:-Two single cotton Mt-
_1940hc rnlatdlonb nd.goed462, 464. anod 46. IniAnon. S aled tresses, good condition, must ll..
coach good condition and good bids -will g Mberi ali Hi the office -1511 -A, Ake Balboa..'4. .B 'u
rano rtrtion. $4.R Hc .1ous. of the Supply and Sborvice Director at FOR SALE:-Rodio phonograph. eRo .
8111.6, Margarita or call 3-1384. Balboa Heights until 110:30 A. M., ouae .. i
SETTER USED CARS February 7, 1951, when they will he tan furniture, lamps, double ox,. .r
SMOOT PAREDES opened in public. Forms of proposal electric cloks, oll furniture, e
BUICK CHEVROLT with full particulars may be secured e lt ewinc c box k chest o lt, l l of. f
in the offices of the Suiply and Sir- dwerls, minoc., h eush ol -.1.-/.k ""-" "
- S7ALS:--1950 International 3-4 viceDirector. Balboa rHiohtT and rtao es m i, ho u l ld l .
Stin Pick-up,never surplus, always theFHousing Manager, cBalbi Hgt. e l ruse 560. Crtm7,al Hospital Area.t- t lnW

rivsat owedExcellent condi-os l a el 1 CaPMll Dr. Courtney: 2-2378. Sw. kaiatio p?

vt25 y ownec. Ec0 b e er onddilpOR . NT: l cud g ro p11mbr n a e c k t a
tib; a8g-c Empir e o St.. 1b An FOR SALE: 3 Clarinets like new, day ai Sunday, 8 a E to 5 p. STn orAve. h d
USEDCAR each. Phone 87t4160 during day Chi le rug (brick tolaor) xtI'r at r ten i
,"' SMOOT & PAREDES ror 873126 evenings. 71 Uruguay street Noo 23. W
BLUICK CHEVROLET Bond, Fort ClEyton I Sergnt fa.O S thaC nitam e

4 -ALE:- .1950 Chevrolet 4-door ;2t St. Avg.___tf_
D-ioLuxe,-WSWs9500 FOR SALE:-Construction office rd- p ir SALE: Tnd refi e sr1 e v9N ,wi lp. o1rd
.B rtile, excellent condition. SI,- moval at Hotel EL PANAMAc I: bn ft d $ Cn--
P 25.00. C.n be financed. Coil clouding all plumbing and electricall- E- od Cltrel- 00 -.125- luin. -l

1riv Bo E n on DC.r FOR rNT-. V.0 Barlbo. 1u891. ElH. ..0 o VS 3
Sal TTER -bo US. 189CA work. Sealed proposals will be r FOR SALE: i--Finsc No9, El Ho n .O Ml iln, l
ceived until 3 p. m. Tuesday, Feb- El Volle do. Anton, 1 .1-4 ic i. ,shed ol r unfumlshV
SMOOT a PARSEDS ruary 20, 1951 by: ARANGO & es stricam, hoirse andi u 0oCall-,2444 3l
SMOErOT PAn SLYONS. PALSMITH. S. A., Apart 0occbmodotseight, See week-. at -m mi droam I
S..BUICK CHEVROLET la 1- Tel. 3-1211. ngo h t. n oroo.

01t SALE:-1949 Ford convertible FOR SALE-Piano.th Excellentotoues FOR SALE-Lea ther itigaomrtaa ps' Lerpig, mel's11at In

CallBa lbobo2 550 o n n :on tea. FOR RENT -
t heater, radio, overdrive. Can tar good music. 3rd of November bed, complete, si^lw, ,to48th 5t No. 1 1, 3iled

b2urfinanced. Cal Btreet. House No. 5. downstairs. t rl e t d srhe t, s aj. J an- ts clnft m t d. 3 to a

90P n SALEB-- 1942 Caddlac "62,, __ No. S -0021 2 fa c P o .1 ,43rd 1, Apt. 3. st th
F i dBETTR pi- USED .dCARS FOR SALE:-Fairbanks-More hor- FOR SALE: 4 piace Guoemal furnis- 1. Cl hed apart- i In ordi l
o SO4TH. rAcEzontal 5 H.P. Gasoline-Kerosere rope- eat, livingroom set, $45.00, ent : -Luhtngo electr rfriger..
rSMOOT III .PAREDESmotor. Ailso General Electric 3 3 4 Wedgewaod dishes., Pirwt .in d pt- tPr` ld t@nishd.vooi duroa dIs4
B UICK -CHEVROLE T KteW Genera tor 110 VD, elt tern, n$25.00. dtrs. P2at iCurun- r t r em eide. ooe d sS heu u
POR SALE: 1950 Chrysler New drive. Box 57. Anion. du HgtS. or t or ero s. R Theao re e.ti

Ydorke,5 mlenso wi finance MFUMItile m P reons S toble for- mkore Clobo
Sorker, 00 miles. ill FOR ALE:-At bargain price. ist. FOR SALE:-Three. piece ovtuffed FOt fEd"Wl'. 5i -_ed rW n W
SContact N. R. Cobb at PCarnam 2- class collection of phonograph. ri- vingroo|m s t, W tJn ghausVe ,Malc- a" .ebledi
0825n or after 5:30d m. at Pon, cords. A beautiful and practical t2ic range. el cIric shavers, lus *l .an.dloRt ole
selonsCrisrobol rtorgeouse, te~lephone 3-wErT r*ar .lrhrbs.Notif wy, Dle.1
m 3-2469. cabinet for storing them goes free reeves i l ie t s t
If you take them all. Call PatnamaH ing table, mirrors le, tfb e sreo h'Ise r tee Atlt 0' ? t. l ..
pa .. E OiTi-TR .., USID CARS -010 frame, porch screens, fYrameivd ht-FO tojdap.a y-1 Ol f tsaiid, will t be ti
S SMOLOT t PARED ies FOR SALE :-Smlth-Coron abd pastries. Ie od icebox cab inetar- b -. livi ngrootmco Mh e a- r
efctL ha79. iUTh-e OlOP r0n Diol. pealt pit b9y-r ThD o 'eml o ur 9**..nd, '
SICK- h o typewriter, $25.00. 12-0 fishing d too pott pio$ Ma i 0. ri BeVisrlo Parros Av6e.- -is 'o

ito piv o VED:MotoronaRadios.ieel and i qui mlnt 30.00, II Tvmlla St., boli. To[. 21855, f T o- bleoo eoten Theatre, key oe aportBm l U OU o t .SB
fit P B bouth. and Dodge,.19491s950 bvenle4Uri cennla e v bad r t .Pho 3-01. n 1orn iig am ou re-, nte e= -
O SL-20" FA-o to fit 2 bedroom 4 family quarters, FOR $ALE --Sacrifice, 10 piece drint-,FR ,r:_ r Five rcopm furni h et IdI N 1,16
leaiones Generoln, S. A.d 0000. 612-A, Caocol. in-room set. Perfect t condition, a ertf nt.t Sc rened, overnmt. s
it- J. F. do la Os Avenue FOR A T o 4 very go 50th St. No. 30. Phone 3-0593d.owi ,Pe A godnihorhodi id s I fo
Tel. 3-3191.good p
T'el bo 319. Used tires, with tubes, size b15 FOR SALE:-.-brOne beSrd, three u ar ~ g 2 dEinEersprl ng, bmattreuutto

b3n aroFndie Iad O ane Avnue e e FOR ALE-Tieb-4vry1 9, 0thSt.No 30-Pon qarta ORmn win mat tretsbl i ses to Te
pI" BMintR -- USED CA"RSHly7oh0. Low milIagbe. Low rfice. ollood mogny, inner-spring no. e2Jb.ollt-l. iRoad .o .oal
M r PARIDIS Tel. Balboa 2-2937. House s349- mattress; tennis racket; miscella- a I isoria Porr Rd.
CHEVOLET C, Quarantine Road, Navaldlr- neous kitchen ItRes. Phonl PADd' .
ubUI Gvation. Balboa 4142 fro m to 7 p. .. .FOR RENT CWtiu r

i -n, Excellent condition. I.- FOR SALE:-Beutiful matched pair diningroom set, six piece bYdroomn. G C'uosbuLq' O
SSummit Radib Telephone 25- of moos antlers suitable forclub, st, four pice bamboo t, to FOR RENT-ly fu d
hul orde.Hue52-r- bargain price. 44th Street No. 1 5, concrete heuse, chalet 2 bodoms v. F d .r8-r1111dW .lt
2-3 guabita, phone 3-2573. nd Tel. 3-0602. roa fftoci P.taAri
S SR ALE: b1942 Cadillac "62" Tel.3u PreaTte TD os PtiirilldD
Sduty paid, good condition. FOR SALE:- Clasical and popular FOR RENT:E oe un 109. Call 055
Torpedo body, $500.00. 8W4.H. records. Long playing.. A makes.N a ufour bedromNuE V a stovea FOR rFN:- Laelyew Pausw, e
'G-ora-it C3-21b15C. Agd.ci.s--. sDie t.d7th Str.aeeINo.
6A.Pad refrigereatorletr s-t nd Portkly Efunished.X '.. bedrooms. 2
lFO E-19 Pontiac 4-door 6-A. Phone 3-1029. water heater, pure spring water. bathroornemaid's'quarters, mod- sae mas'
Mp..R SALE281949PPontiaca4-ooor bathroomew moldls4-e rta ri, mohl
13.persons.IT.r- EDO TTm oTrIC OUth lB alba 140 N.Fr J n 4'bAfto
ella, excellent condition. 1503-A. Feb. 6, 1951, for two Cushmaon 13 rons. Sutobefor than Call lbo 1407. r i
ke Street, Govilan Area, Bl- Motor Scooters (incomplete, o- one family. Separate with
cated mt Cristobal Storehouse. Bid bath for maids. Tel.Stlboo 060. FOR RENT,--Wli ventilated room.PANt
hoe.-i H or forms gvailable at office of Su- .snear Ancsn P. 0. mnd Bus Iin,., .. rn A/wlWtjlua a, 'ftrated They. -o
*r dSALE:- 19407indteeed"t1 e-Aa m
St, good condition. 612-A, Co- boo, telephone 2-2777 and at "FOR SALrE = I L "NOk : t
f -1s Cristobal Storehouse, telephone 3-, I'R l Ezated EmP Of
'LE:fl9JU tYat-)Hu00,o thll inj WpJ attributed to..e' inltI
Cyl. black. leather, 25.000 miles, FOR SALE--One South wind gasoline FOR SALE :-S$mal" farm center off
perfect shape. 1701-E. Old Cris- heater., pair 1:10 x 15 chains. Juan Diat. Will deal with buyer FOR RENT:-* l ,e vildudl. 8DONOT READ THIS WAD you.oan t ro. 1lur eye St i t sa. d A"M iiff
tobal 3-1286. Call 2-2495. House No. 5329-D only. For information, ioonAveme. rn i sallp Vista. with ol mod- por r star reporter, or linybo 5,000 Iin m
Diablo. No. 21. ooyl nverlnces. No. 13, 43rd St Vale yeu mwt the filuMe him hand.
FOR SALE:-Or trade Buescher to- FOR SALE:-- Two sty S FOR NT: ious, frchptant Why.In the city room 4o the Nsh r ie Dtw O

Boat, a& Motor. fo rfg condition. Will sell or trade .000 M2. good condttlcin. o To honorble rtlemon. CallIt Wil o save you I of iOUtAnd YOUhave to Watchtb w --tstorePlungedir .teoD
for flute or Ao Sax. Will buy god obleprice. In Via Beierl teh 3-leols.ne *-3192, "PINneng time.7WO o drem ,too, andthe wa---yo thFiW tn a n,
'OR SALE:-20 F. Aux-Sloop x- flute. Phb Blbo 1828. Porras. San Francisco doIo .C C FORle-.RENT--Furnished room. priv- no treflecting surface onbe enables sPeak.'"' -0I1 110t4d to 1IR
excellent condition, will find rea- The Pana Canal invites proposals .ent e to risponsiblq person. y1a to finish flatwork by ion."ion.
stnable. 25-3282. for sowing to 1" to 6" thicknes- Ply same house dOwnstairs Peru Av nu 69. apartment 5.. 1tWy one side, which She said she 10 sl; 8 tO il dlin l
as andfor kiln dryingat325.000 FOR SALE-looo.i m lo ,strokes.. wea.. P1 unmbeklJesacid j
BMFT of Mahogany,Mario. ri ,Amo a- o P A Tel. -.Fn 'oy.Lescothe dapnn. t
Worlds best fishing as Skipper of rillo, Cedro Espino and Cedro FOR..ENT: -TUORI' .. .cool roomllsm.'-"
your own boor. Snapper and car- Amargo logs. under sealed bids to for bnhelor, 7 ts .Street West. IsSI t last Idefinieo .a bbt
bino around the Islands. sndok and be opened February 9. 1951. In- FO No..6 4.,9 "e!sionm In er ,ann,
tarpon in the Chogres. Fully equip- v,tat~on 384 available at office of "OR-SALE .0e 211111 $3.Postpsldaid.onvliuvation with co-wo*keuis,-U
ed 22 Ft. Fishing Cruisier "ELE- Superintendent of Storehouses. HelpWanteDUNMOREoAGENCYushe.'Mid
-2NA" may be had for $1,250. or Balboa, telephone 2-2777. HOUsm -1 noenaaWne N OEAEC A
will trade'for loae model car. My FOR SLE18:PAmRami13-3M AT1 elanedt Idhk 213 toPanae
be inspected at Gamboa Yacht -easonabl.u-room-xper me -Painami, aR.F.witht
Club, demonstrated by arrange-cMISCELLANEOSa 0ncretechalet,;ityconveniwces,Ingyorployment, asgeneralbe Iits
mint with Johnny Giles, 501-D, fruited land, fenced, 4-miles from housekeeper. on the Atlantic sidi,
Cocoli.' dwl rcv nhofea Colon Transsthmlaon Highway, couple without children. Muriel Rer._"M s haido. I own two se-
IOft SALE'-Strongest sturdiest boot the General Manager of the Corn- Phone.28.-J.Co Yug 'General"l D"eCWa-"stili
hull on Isthmus. 36' x, 1 ., 11-2" -.is ,ry ,Division, Mt. Hope. C. Z. zW A NT ED, MAID-Care of children end use F-In urunduThouse-mItcour, ..o ut
tyriersr copper fastened. Con rury 19, 1951, for furnishing MIliarnePOn ,. m Apt. 4 No. 18, 50 St. Credit Union Case r.fl!'IP-M
b"- forlle idaaltj completed for shrimier 612,000 pound or 3106.000 _WANTED: Construction Foreman

Grnmboa Yacht Club, C. Z.a
A_ D-s'h gfr dressmaker desires to do "O S i Joseph H. oln. shoo.veI..a

Insuance ofNltURT. tQuasmeraNb to noku
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S Sundays.
. AS am Church Crhoc
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S tl3 am Holv y urhar
1hr a.m Holy Caomlun
a sand S ann Dlay'
: evening -Ye

f '.1 Sundays
6:41 '.n Monnhin Prays
7:00 '5Mm Hoai tuehri
346 p.m Church Scho
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Devs. qnd Saint Day'.
7.3 .pM Evanis Pray
5:0.-:400 pm Praver i
310 pm Choir Rehear
1 p.m. St VIncen' 4
(EHfiw Communion at 10
1:30 m Snlemn Evenson

The rv qntonio Ochoa
1:36 am Choral Euchar
10.K a .m Churrh Schno
608 pam Solemn Cven .'rodavy and Holy D
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forn all people H. T. ental., Paator. g w pap c
- A Cordial Welcoe To All. ervies
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n the month.) Olh 'Monday A -
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2nd and 4th Thus.- 3' Ma.m Keeoning Prayerand lwm.
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mpa e 7thueda:0 p m Prayer Meeti Av
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CA ,L,. Boese ISr vices at 11 ams and T:Ide
30 am School at :00 p.m.

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4th. Sunday Sundaoly y Meeting. h t .........
rd Sunday Mon- mur.zn mm04r.cmmCZ IS--Sunday asi.- Sundayf
Rev. Norman Pratt.forM Inaster

Che ael Col Mi, nistr e r Tl l
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t nd Orn n Sunday Sciool feo all age. at 8:20 p.m B:30-Eveniln van

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"Pent.ht aC Seventh Day E very ......* ---_e
rl Adventst friendly S
4th Thursdas Salvation Army Catho

undm 200 Sund0pm aaCity.auCelIa doS S 3 ina of:

ver ?nd and 4th Cabo Verde. Pat m1 Citya No I 7.0 A. i oa.
th Meeting Soe0ev Hall I bbth Services es nt: ren: Friday : p..
Girt' nd dolus 1atw; or o. P. A. Hn. Sdtud Club iBi Solt
.o Shirlo. C. Dy Sc hl a 1m: ambop A. Wemnecdy lte
non 1.1 Sundav roS ant Sarvice at 73 Cpan I. BodelriSunday MmTusday8:
30o am School .t 3:80 am d ess. AaC,
sCC 100 am their cnr Sam awrl

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bbChoelSunday ahrasttrouST. Medal Novena ervi
itl 9 30 Sm Divine wo... p am. aindoy Holday Mans: ad 8 *m.
iCooksn S silver City 'IM* so 41 111 046
i Fveiln Prav t Searylce at ........ .. .. .. e1:30re ex l Cpm .n1 am _. :% p.m.
D M.B.L School .herl:3 pm Indated MIdlc n an p t p

am. Holy CumSevmuth Day %aw^y t*la
1A2:1o pina"
So AduvntlSt Benedltlo: h : u p t. .
dborne ConfeuslonA: Tht'y. bo"sefe I.
n in2 d Smunday r .1 a e. Friday. 7:00 t :00to t 0
lr indand 4th CabTo Verde. Patind Ciy. No 1 J: AN o IJ0. tou n. 0
SMaynard; Panama CityH No S Jamaica Cath Ca: rd Schoo CI
irlt' Friend Ado u Ls orrl A. a: Study u Soo Students
Rio a. C. D. Atam SDE .. Wedneday 1: 3t. p m
B e nd Spml b City Church. 3- Sodalty M6 ; d Tue"day 63 ..m.,
WK duardo iutloba Canal zone Coucil of Cathaw Muo.
iv C A Cragm enll e very Znd and tI Thudy O :0p.m.
muntor and Sar Atlantie Side
ays. a Colon Third Srl, Joul Street. "pbo M.ACULOUS ,MIMAL iaca
prayer an dd lbl h aeE o hRaNw Churc Aie. I t New Cr.tom andi .
nda Sem hk: Cril tobal Spaniah Church. UoB. J P.m aC Rn` CI.
: MMa-n. INoeSunday ighrt aic. a C sl. OF ad l MaR..
-4 or- -Oo." Sunday School ftr the 1 o'clock .Ma
Sabbath school each church aturda Mllloua Medal Nov mrvi
r 9 30 m Divine woralp U am. Sunday Holiday Maa: and 8 a.m.
SoD T.3SLo 'lherw hse Indicated. ocdayCsanud 7 tph ; to.
Union P*00 a im on h u. BolCaOr ~ sa kiwum
d Sal: nn Uvnion Churches Miraclous 5rve
uI-rT-SEA d int i"days .We.flmau .- I

SundayMe. 5 g.......
P whnra all*" Pestesiet coperaa with Wntund MaiMs.aThuard4 y and a1ttr-
sahington *Unty man a-ttels, fnneet ti n- Weekday -11mal ulefty anI- 'aly s
i Peterson manteea and cha yIa olda ySa. ioa
or THE ATLANTIC SIDE Monday 78 m.
y trlstobel Sunday MBmB 1.0.
10t Senrm onn ThoR Phillpavener. Pastor Cm.ulo SRMlQy 'to 1:700 P.M
n Sop W101 WohIp ervlee and Churh-time CHURCH O wt i AUL
1:a00 Young Peopis t Meeting. Stre.

uttonCa 0 9:30 Brodat HOK; oHPSNp ,g $'-Eio-mn

SandNi S ervice"ON a .:a" . 6. au
11:00S Worsth Service. athpm aS
E:Ohwvning Dotiom. eaty na* day
arlits Margarita a Pamor *t 1 P. Mlr.c:uloq M eot r at

:0Ble School atm.dI
irmton Cla 0 ,Wor sip ca tand Church-time en 1a 1 1i e
id Mrditation nursery.
6:30 Youth rellowahip. Riny Um 5m0.
THE PACIFIC ; Pastor.Rev. W. J. I. rin. CM.
,.. Sundu r a.. ............. 7:5 n
Balboa Road at San Pablo Street. Holy a ........... u 60S ami.
O c Phon e 2- l-336 sunday s ha ool ..3:0......2. 4a m .* u
Vkr*Fe Weu n CA ocWl. W*dG = Titz yn.i.gh,.. 7:45 pm
1 sod Sermon 0:30 Worship 'arvice and Chufch-tin C' l tais befor- 7:4am p
0 Idr Youth Congraationa CHEi CH O F T HE13 OLT FAM I.L *
mobi 'Alas Holy I 50 oChi Rho Senior HilFellowship. Mo5Srit. nCZU La
1:00 Post HI Fellowship. MarIgaritaldmy .. 0.11. L
S7:'30 Service "Centered On Song." m ... .. ....................... 15

: ad The Rev Alexander H. shaw. Minister iod"111ai
sal Phone 2-2796. Paitor. Rev. J.Rap wn C.
3:30 Sunday School Free ow.M t o aow- ita Il'Rev lGer e r M. I
Vtrgin 'eau ndCcoll.* _,fSuSnda fl 5 4* &t AD m'inI
Vg 10:45 Worship servel PvUvy. Week 2i. & 80 a

Pha:onW a a6 nIp
lon t Al"+o ol o: MW ha i rvlc.C *oCU.l S Saturday: 4 tO 5; 1 to I
er Fridays 9:30 Church School, sndl Sehioii 1.41 111.
Su^ld. 10 45 Dviane Worship. SundSchool. 1 pil knowm
q| 1:30 Evening VYapperl lmdr fl fe adatBlac dlsdnary Mow-
2ulld --ledag n the G t T .i e e y. o n
*45 am on the dat ly p id T --,.-Oarat 1o: pim.

Unitarian Sfl a4,,5-. L-L&T'jbw,
M1g Iht,. baal Mue b flu Junior
i"t ^B- L UNITARIAN 3!:80 p.m.-Youth Vriow-li Subject t:
mm 500W?!- BOC1 o tr conaidwont: "''he CaUtain of The
av nC 15 tOSS a.m Garme." inhtalateUd OS Rawly Selectd dI
lay. H C 70 Ll0:a.m Offlcnr. ice7:r
e :31boam JWU^H Anited T a .n,"
month Cente LibMrar pasts. Revayfhd JWeI. CM.

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m m. ivine Service. sa. Diinws ,- ^.Z*% Sb i ^l SY .a. am.
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CHURIIH the Lord' l 3U at bothr* o a io n-| 1 .. k,
ran ler" td y School at 5.0 p.. tam ...... p.
New Roe. Cbliv a. C. W. Divine
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PanamA, R. de P.
The Mail Box,
The Panama American,
Panama. R. de P.
If U. 8. government employes
reading in Panama are to be dis-
criminated against by having to
pay an exorbitant tuition in or-
der to send their children to U.S.
government schools, why not car-
the discrimination further and
exempt them from the privileges
4f paying Income taxes Nat go M
-art to the support of such
SAt present such employes share
s*tax burden with their fellow
o residing in the Canal

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cause of the geographic location
of their residence?
The School Zone System, as es-
tablished In the States,. s equit-
able in that those who do not re-
side in a tax area which supports
the schools, share in school cost
by paying direct tuition charges.
As applied here. it has no basis
of equity or fairness, and merely
serves to impose an unfair hard-
ship and penalty on those who
happen to be living across the
line. The spirit of the School
Bone System as applied in the
States is one of common sense
and fairness; here. only the me-
chanics of the system are being
Thus far it appears that the
only thing The PanamA Canal's
reorganization has accomplished
is to make its operating luefe*d.

P.0 9 en M, P"ANAM P

Feb. 3 (UP)-Wester AmlS "as .sid-
wire oi the imminent posesifLty s alt w So-
submarines. a United tress survey of he M tal
to Mexico rePreal

SsUcreeYn along he thousands ot f vve
ofI the screen because of the men M mtud-re
of this defense line against o t, a
asserted, mm the possibility that oa .s
l aarka British Coltumla and Mou at trem
rapidly and low behind the eastern ea t of
erra mountain ranges and move coupon
i any area of the wesi coast states. ol
.^^ suse would be above and below the moat effective
detection, it was said, until the en planes
Battle. Portland, San Francisco, Angeles
SfA surprise approach to these cities from the
'a.tof the West could result.
islals in the Pacific Northwest, ow r, took a
y view of the situation and told the ite Press
that ar screen and interceptor plans are benlistf to be
ry defense amountivities are highly class termat
obeltaaseare of the coast states who no lo t view the
Nig t t visageis along the whole coastal are malan of
Wesitrons the routes of established airlines. threat e drone
(atv 4uty atrols overhead almost hourly and l8 feasln
A irT orueattle, Po cross San Francisco's Gnd V a2tel
fli As om surprise approach to these. Cte oftrom the
10184iabove.the Went could result, .

e bserve nthe decistroyer, submarine and small-craft
swiftly i n and out of t he uati harboron and t te ncreas-
at-erg madItfele of b battle craft. r p a to b e
Ifl 'vesrels under the odd classification b f "ay commis-
sIon in res consisting principally of destroyers and sub-
erasannel d tau OlementnRa the small complements 'of regular nav
ho remain aboard these ships a ot all s times. alV
Western unit of the 27 naval ir reserve taking squadrons
oe beri activated. Two Oakland squadrons have been called to
active duty ad two moread alerted. our
flight many f ormations thunder a cross the cities ofthe west
Invisible above the winter overca submarinet.aft
he air has been undivided into domestic aro, and the nrea-ver
=rn mwa Of battle craft. .h .
XW v esselsaunder.the.odd c lassficat*lo g "&omo i.-

civilian airplane, Including commrcial transports and private

personneanc planes approaching theoen coast from Hawair navy
and remainab upon prd thesribed courses across the coastal domestic
World War U carts v vessels which disappeared t into mothballs
n hden bays and estuaries yOaklan ago recently renapp cead In
San rancsco Bay In such numbmore aertha. r .o remain
anchor In the stream becationse all wharfgsthe cwas flUto capacity

Inve the Orienter overcast.
The air as been a divided into oms e ztonim, an. everv
tvfmairplane, Ioncluding conmmercilla., traporin and o pvate

eate: Aircraft, shipbuildingfore takeoff and the CAnavy yard center specifically
whmat ort to the O traversed.

n Francisco: principal supply ro gase for the Pacific war
Navy yards and shipbuilding.
Los Angeles: aircraft manufacturing, petroleum, naval base
Mute water supply situation here is felt to make the Owens River
teduct and Lake MathOri ews particularly vulnerable. ator
San D rentugo, naval base flanked by hunaoreos e milestal omestf un-

guarded Mexic astline.
The World War cegargods ivets bomwhicher bases in all coast states as

"natural targets" and protective ylan are tigen according
S "Manty Ameflthgas think we will have additional warning of
a Mar. oen. Walter H. Dobertson. head of Calornas cd
defense program told the United Prers.
"This Ia fallacious. It is hard to see how international ten-
Slon could become greater than at this moment. The pressures
are more severe than the situation which precipitated Pearl
Robertson has been ordered to organize a civil defense pro-
gram of 1.500.000 personsnd era-
We sit here under the shadow of the greatest Anger Cali-
fornia has over confronted'" Gov. Earl Warren told the first
Emergency session in 52 years of the League of Caliornia itieseveral
"Our state and our nation are in serious danger of attack.
League President Rober H. Linn spid
In Salem. Oregon civil defense director Louis E. Starr pre-
pared to ask the legislature convening Monday for 5250,000 Budget
o finance immediately the first parts of the state's defense pro-
In Seattlee Mayor William Devlin civil defense chief, warned
is itiz: powens that the Pet Sound City, with ts great Boeand the
bomber plant. "s a prim target for any U. attal supply cker."


t yards and shipbuilding. P Am

Los Anle aircraft tmanteuf lecturing, petroleum, naval base
dete wat eupply witrs action hereld ie ltto make the Owem River
Thi aier. regaes rits omer bases In all etemeoast states as
apeed l es hem ad of California's civil
"Orstt adou ato a-9 nsr-udagr-fatak

b say t foroen ls Min-
j4W.. meeting would be by
dc-tdesce outside t Ak
aod as i customary i
a e of this stature.
s American ministers
a i tst ,to tno. for ex-
ampe. the outlook for Unit-
edit publc and private
feastlesk fAn thei wam
trf- ffl S flossibilty of
"lsi> MMs nlans" foar
State s m lftSe
a capped Ilk
-H housaa t

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MAericang .

wl raftornd cla


of American iotgt ministers
will draft and adopt a political
declaration historial in charae-
ter and "delSbd' to-raffirm
the solidarity Of t U publics
and to define the d ntgeIles
which lead to theb concerted
Such speculation upon
the fact that eM6fhot r-
eign ministers' aMing has
adopted a general "d tlon"
named for the sita;e the con-
American foreWS .sift-
ers, according to qMifopi-
nion, must act in wM to:
1. Inspire thea fidyence
of free natMtoi. 6flrpee
and Asia in the lWie and
timeliness of the mUiong.
2. Conorm strtioi to
their commitments under
the United Nattons Charter
as a regional lgropi
3. Take into account the
fact that the a com-
mitments of it repblfcs
under the Rio e .Janeiro
qct extend iito a ane far
beyond the ftMittstte Imits
of the republe .
Relations betweqi Canada
and the American npvbllcs are
certain to get attention from a
broad strategical stanadoibnt, al-
though there has been ho move
for the participation of Canada
in the proposed meeting.
Latin American .diplomatic
opinion regarding t-s general
pattern and probable scope of
the ministers' meetii has dev-
elooed with amazing. rapidity.
Solidarity Is more of an estab-
lished fact than prior to World
War II, when foreign ministers'
meetings in PanamA and Hava-
na had to take into account the
strong existing political and
commercial ties of many Latin
American republics with the
4xis countries.
Prior to the consult action
among the Republics on the
agenda, the bees informed spe-
culation here as to Its probable
scope and asinifleance follows:
I. A general declaration of
Pan America over-all purpose
and views regarding the world
crisis. Th1 wauld not have to
take' the 0f t of a convention,
as earlier coet ttons cover the
maPI thmee.
2. Establishment of an emer-
SInter-Amerlian. political
to combat Corn-
Pf ilttration and subver-

ed etPe rat
the OA S chw .
Sootsa and other
Inter-American agree-
1. Establish the Inter-Amer-
ican military advisory commit-
tee approved at Bogota, which
would advise the "organ of oon"
sultatlon" of the mutual secur-
ity pact actually, the foreign
ministers themselves on olili-
gations arising under collective
security agreements.
2. Seek general understand-
Inp -- probably Informall
subject to later Impleme ta n
regarding strategical oa-
moditles with respect to aL%-
abllity and methods of expand-
ing production.
3. Discuss, probably through
private conversations amenbg
the various ministers, of ware
time facilities important to air
power and naval operation. It
is believed that the ministers
will be accompanied by expert
military advisers, as in earlier
1. Need is seen for some un-
derstanding regarding allotment
of scarce export commodities by
which Latin America would be
assured of equality of tait-
ment with other commercial
2. Latin American ministers
will want to know how United
States economic stabilization
will affect Imports especially II
the United States embarks on a
broad pI -control program.
3, Adjutment of Imports
price to United States price
cells U'Imposed, could be-
comethe most difficult question
of the conference. Speculation
here is that coffee-producing
countries would sternly oppose
any ceiling on United Statpe
coffee prices, but discussions
might point to the need for
some international board to
equilibrate supply and demand.
in event of War.
4. Ministers must consider
whether to delegate additional
economic tasks to the Inter-
Amerilean Economic and Social
lpsrf opinion here fs
C spate of the important

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Pays As W Go

By Bruce Biost

Prm a wants co to vote $1e. rapidly. The amount of cashI in
blow tons 50 we can 4 n our step geqtnu. ai- on catapulted from $7.6 billion
ed- promni an we go. Bait up to in ItWfl i billion in 1945.
no aSers ave been 911 takin ign An9-Imamvital Index of money flow, the
n "b that ,Slx o i S its climbed -rom $6 blipn
lB fflltDS' financial experts have to more ta n SM billion In the war period.
tw reasons or urging a pay-a-you-0go W&l eti on materials and prices kept
S t his fi dammed up, Bit when con
$ *of ll. they consider It unwise to add trol wp itt, the comblnatelo of plentiful
susiaulsllYto the already hum. public debt, monl aunG saf goods sent the price level sty-
S now bM cdWs M50 billion. It requires rohet. It is this that the government set
bii yar lJust to pay the interest on that to prv t notb time.
I At the de th of the depredslon. gov- pinqe borrowing has the effect of creating new
re poutlay t In for all purposes wae money while taxation reduces the supply in p-
qws vanv 4%vikS a colossal expendit- ple's h fedstai fisra l afff so u ebd
, .- td .% .. ..
gaon men believe heavy
aes are ttAan a Inflation device. Th The most seasoned tax men on Capitol Jil
contend that extensive borowing bas tty are a ympathetie with this -ojctie. But- they
the opposite effect; and. they. rshel plety of are worried also that .t bl taxat n may
figures to support the arguamlt. have a destructive Impact nhe economy in
In the five years of World War II, the ov- another way: that it may dampen Incentive and
ernment borrowed $214 billion, well over hai of dircourage enterprise aldth O aut a halter on
Wli the money it spent It tat span. Commer- our dynamic Industrial ay L
ctal banks and the FederAl Reserve Upplied It seems fairly certain at this moment that
$86 billion of the total Shs rest coingt from Congres will, not raise bbl on in ne taxes
Individuals. savings ba insurance companies. miroly through more ecl. levies. on goods and
and the like. i g-.. Individual and corporate Income taes.
.an- eThe feeling Is these caeiarles can't take much
Moreover, banks no-l bought government more of a load.
bends themselves, but. money to .ti eas-
tomers for similar u During the: S o, If the pay-as-you-go aim Is even to.be aP-
-teir loan shot u bt billion. proached, a premium would .sem to be on new
The government specats declare that tis Ideas in taxation. Unleg Washington fiscal
sytem contributed heai3lto the serious Infla- Imaginations can mt perkn along tbese ltnes,
i which hit the country after the war. MGr we 're more likely too per in d and pile
in history they say, did the country's- supply of up more Inflationary danger, -

Controls CodperatiOn

By Peter Edson
NA Wasebagta Correspondent

WASHINOTON-(NEA).-TO understand ll
the seemingly tight wage and. price fressa an-
nounced Jan. 26 and the eaws which began
appearing on the following Monday, it, ne -
Vary to understand Eric oCasntonis phIucsdl .
The new head of the BEonomie StaBi..m
Agency spelled this out rather. clearly f til
brief appearance before Ben. Joseph 02
honey's Joint Congressional economies 3h1 1
tn. Not much attention was paid to It then
because the news was lost in the more sia-
tlinal freeze' orders which came a few *hArs
Eric Johnston's main theels is that "Wage and
price controls cannot be effective long." pen-
mce in the last war backs up this statement.
Wen people got tired of controls, they found=
ways to evade them. This was just as true of
consumers as it was of producers and distri-
liutors. On wages it was Just as true of em-
lkoyes as of employers. Finally the whole s6*7
!I broke down.
For all these reasons. Mr. Johnston sa ."We
must Ket rid of controls at the earliest po l
This doesn't mean that controls are going to
b, lifted systematically, one Qr two a dayig
they're all gone. What it mplima i that w -
ever the controls are found .tO be unfair, w9M
over they seem to be causing more inflation .1,-
stead of less. they willbe modifed.
Price ant. wage contros- are considered .
ttal now to prevent runaway inflation., r.
Johnston. There is hiIh degre Inf, 7
ftAer. if it is allowed to continue UnbCSex iK
will adversely affect the welfare of their Ater-
eap people.
The objective of the controls is to staobM h .
puoaslIn. power of talA U ..r, With a it -l
k ashi; between wage, prim, Wl a
ty has been ach eatrals can W.
ore this can be g erthe
mental cause of the MutW be
Mr. Johnston. ea
by increasing eS
It there is an
a&. ould coma d
asO ly of moanfW

ton points out there has been a $8 billon In-
crease in the supply of money. There has been
an $8 billion- increase in credit And the turn-
over of demand deposits is higher than it has
been in 13 years.
To cure these causes of .u2flatio, It will be
r.cessary to keep controls over the private sup-
plies of credit. And It will be neesary to bal
aice the federal government's budget or as
long as two or three years in a row. What this
Implies primarily is that there must be heavy
federal taxation. But all thus drastic measures
are needed to restore confidence In the dollar.
Mr.- Johnston says this Is primarily the prob-
lem of the American people. It is not just the
problem of some temporary -b u orats In
Washington. if the people de the ne-
cessity for wage and price controls, they will
live up to them. No eentros e be effective
untoss people real It's fr -teir ft beet in-
terets. But if full coGMukn obiamed, then.
say Mr. Johnston. "we can am tpe iadn-
a fever and return to a s d by pola."
thing of this sau so Saeems to
be auldin Mr. Johnstons boos, Chari I. Wl -
son,. head of ODM the Qtfio of Defense Mo-
bilizalton. Back of the o which
have one out from fm tmhdue
Authority limiting the use ef ata al rubber,
copper, aluminum. nie and e a -n b a' IJst
desi to shut down" uWu & tsib
orders are rewarded tepory. T e hope
that IetUaSy the orders oa be *-lad
It may be some t. ba 'Je mba dA .
h was an admitted I .imoaee
mai metals after t.
SwnaIs oaso so Rgt

a snWI




has anw been

nese .o. .e. -..-t a .."
8ma bi (..
itHr, ontie Isw.

son's invetitwp
of staff have0.
the can be'.
ha th 'Vrasman ud as- t s a

MaiW. SWA aW worn 4
rnmor adtal.i am
us the most:
Communs type" eta
hand gradb ,..
Ainecondi to o i
simple U._ A i i
0runt of- the g for
meeasful ta ma for a


cump S. tn
War U, tree
tAs Uleutla
cold. awv
cold. HAowev

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S, - r, - -" .

Error 9 o. 4 too
warfare. We thought boers tan i
under any had to revap
right coh the battlofi. .t ea
Eror ISo. 5 Original. at heavy iter
In fetbite and many a m 'os. Today, 9 So
whit polar suits andfet W
Error No. 6 A pP intIa0 ice i6luArtd i repeat
categorically cabled Wabs tO t*at tie6 Ohb ieesim wn
nr.d would not enter the wawsl Tntr eu uFo t
treal !ntelllgenoe, contraw to' te stateaenuk of CI a
avd contrary to the wa i the e ani jh
when U. 8. forces were Wt h-I )aefthur A
Chinese forces in and ear were eita _t
which Adm.i, toriest hermanrl .-com .entid ';itee
manr, te i, i rsur
lkbrorrro. w
war, U. S. Oeu.ic. s ra ,-
trained in the Army, were so la
large numbers. Bome even appeared a
casts urging surrender.
Tragic as these errors are however, t bi mapj Ja*
blessing In disguise. For this Rom" aSwe1u
us a chance to correct our b nOiOde UOs e acr p-
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sbhvinta nqM rTeemddoeo are

idad cap tal
San naaorte*am
de un extreme del
(P) -L-i o 31 .,
Peb. s (UP) -Lasiylo 35 mt

ltl de lS li-
comist&a, Il

utat d

op Setr prosuntai
te.. i u ar dae Inhos re-

( crams contlnta don,
a o largo

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a a. rm de po
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iS on la a~~a queds de dos
aMto *labuw de Inch6n y

S TSem a wsMn un intsen
MI ai i pue. ponerimia

htleSo r o ec today la gueraa
Talbhi. teas.e quo I=s an-
quwes ooamats eatin en mo-
Los wftains rojoes as dir*
as itt & 4I a quoe tn bom-
bardeadf el a1 razadeo do
45,000 ta*u lmiowurt a prit
ciptad de .esmana. Las trope
avanu .iN por I costa Wien-
tal, as.etsuentran a 30 mila
del Parablo e8,
La aWflrfas tupda outlnua-
y 1o0 pa daa oft luum de
benm6al y. b.bal a ter mia.:
osa tr e om ntop de
b ea. to aluno
ohs. nf

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:I ao.a dde.s "t -Ota' stis
mlIear .iage r, aD erana a .-. de t a
Ia so 10 l b. '.---" s-isA6an
tmu haht. s adertarldo. E s Aa fi3
ka ldo in ftelr]itbdu como -
.itd do "v y eperar". a erado

Ia huega fprt Tariajii

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on. Je]o u k II -B- I,
-Al eate, t fp les puertrd-
si uterea avaniando,
t ado terreno en Is euna
Amtasb & al neoreste de 't-1
Wo. MA. haels elte lea tra-
smercAu e poapodemr-
Sde un crO a p7 plWa
IArto do KumyagJlang sin dis-
parr un o610 tito.
Us reglmaento de comb".
fratco-amerlano en buca de
S eI, la enoatr6 al Ilegr a
n tnel Il nate de Yoju
manacraron a 3,.000 omunuas
(Phae IS pAnaS5 aeOL7

Robaron materials
a la Cosa "Armco"
por ms deo 8/. 1,000
ILa agencla do Is compaf

bo do materisle e le defao
tft quse aclden a da de
balbo. ms atrla,
(Umbre de erctu. id
szinc, y tuberss, fueron sua.
traldos, de acuerdo con las de-
cla ione, po.e a poco exb.-
*^-t _J*A *~kJk *- jAba.Aljl

dant e ,flt 1. ompecboao de estar complicado
on' e dt I' en eote "negoelto".

de fvocar

*^ esbustihbles
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Sermederlas e

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del Punto uaro, .L ...et
SIt pr. c n. 0. Be netti tender a, le s
iiniatrador t ia Coopcritn tadoUdide-er que tU
TatMen 'd* am Ifltd a a- cargo ls reaB6It d
d e en el Programs del Pat proyetoaB de Asyuds
Cuart, alri do loa Etadoe Am tie Latina, a il
Onldaw. el vierne 2 de febrerc, exanMiar estoe
gara istlar una lirr adres, do Ie uar e n doape s
cco um..mam po once pal- con i fun lonavQ ..i
eas latIonoanlaoa nms de aseta cas d
Acompsafdo par su espfa. que vqoil. Con e
O t fiD Iuamin Hardy, uAtm AlalnMW
usmelOnaio de Relaolonea fpieititars IS retw
SrUNia de la Adm gaen de ate- uita mind 'e
Coopermsnn TbTGse y pr el cdt. -
Awdaier Epescal. sefter A. Cy- 1 Props. n 8a Fmu PealS
ir Valley, el Dr. Bemnnett U to etmA Jiia"d
arA a PanamiA el Sibado 3 de d enter tmm t
Sebrero. aldren l6n i.a- CO evae a m
da CotSta RicaHS en las h6ras de mayor d d# em a-n
la mafiana del atbado, para to- Lati a.
Srelar a Panama iel lunes eon' Al refer"Sag l ea. I"
I tarde, permanecleno uaqt a lelr, elDr -Bl et lhal
hasta el 7 de febrero. Vus-ta- aiitaido:
fr deapuse Ecuador, Perit Bo-- "b-p e el a*I o g
Hvia, Chile, Argentina, Para- i&In & dGptuntdsd G. VaH
guay, Braul, Veneumelas. y 7Hal-. mu iamo tmultd M.
t. obra nkld qi ue a hS
E Dr. BeuneS piane coanc- <(Pea a ati.A cim.

El 8 celebrarareuni6

para trat de encontraz

aurelo ad ese de La PrenM

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per mlemo ide todoe los de-
trtamentms de Previa t-
alaoe el 0-aloeo Premedmqt
tf una dscluaase
r par 1514 oeruplbsafo
dt diarto en Is que gniean e-

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No pasa un dia sin que se informed de la iterpe-
ai6n de various robos Ilevados a cabo de manera
erta, descarada, a pleno sol, y hasta con jactan-
Y esto no es s61o en la capital. Este mal gravi-
o se ha extendido hasta las pequefias comunida-
del interior.
En El Valle se utiliz6 a un nifio para que pene-
a per una ventana a una residencia que estaba
da y luego abriera las puertas para que la pan.
entrase a su gusto y sabor.
En Ant6n se procedi6 de igual manera, sin obs-
*r'ucci6n alguna, y los ladrones no dejaron nada de
S.ridor de cuanto encontraron a su paso.
flr En Santa Clara fueron asaltados varies "cha-
-laets" de norteamericanos que se encontraban ausen-
tes. Se hizo uso de un cami6n para transporter los
ebjetos robados y nada se ha sabido de los malhe-
-.: Sin duda hay muchos cases de que los perl6di-
4 ow so tienen noticias, probablemente, tampoco ten-
.zXa datos la policia.
So sabe que situaciones como vista causan dafit
parable al buen nombre del pals. No es necesario
sxpickar este aspect.
Se sabe tambiln que la funci6n primordial del
S~tad.e la protecci6n de la persona, honra y bienes
jeslos asociados. Hay la intenci6n de cumplir con esa
mbtiaci6n. Pero, francamente, no se eatA cumplien-
en lo que concierne a la protecci6n contra el

Alga se conseguiria si se tomaran medidas drAs-
-ltes per parte de los distintos funcionarios que es.
lisamados a vigilar, arrestar, procesar y castigar
delincuentes. Y no se diga que ello es imposi-
.Be sabe per experiencia que si esos 'funcionarios
tn o proceden con celeridad, el daio no serfa
grave como io es actualmente.

lawyapr ren'Rio J.uuiro unos ;

sobre la creacin de

Ejrcito Latino Americano
0 DE JANEIRO, Feb 2 en conlunto y cualqulera fuera
) -Los Cancilleres amc- su naturaleza". Walker no d!Jo
xma oa reunldoa en Rio de Ja- que se habia referido a la crea-
para asasti.r a la inaugu- cidn de un ejdrclto latino amnie-
n del Presidente Var,.%s, ricano.
Smostraron preocupados por La primer version aorprer-
n.informes de que se ha su- dl6 a los demas Cancille.es,
Sla Icreaci6n de un ejer- cuando se disponian a presen-
i s atinoamericano pars p0- tar credenclales al Prealden-
junto atribuy6 la sugestior. te oallente, vestidos de etiqueta
I n oMlnistro de Relaciones. e- bajo una agobiante tempera-
*aN de Chile. Horaclio Wat- tuM El Canciller argentine, HI-
B nero este dijo que haUlia plito Paz. no quiso tocar el
i al nterpretado. Punto diclendo que era dema-
l s cstiado dellcado.
las manifestaciones atrl- Antes que Walker aclacara
a Walker por los diarlos el sentido de sus manifestacio-
se sefaanlan Is nece:- nes, se le pregunt6 al Canciller
de establecer una fuerza Paz que opinaba sobre el anun-
continental, proposi- to, dictendo que Argentina for-
que seria sometida a la mulo el ofrecimlento de ayudv.
r nla de Cancllleres A- cconomica, ia que fue aceptada
nos que se celebrari en Por las Naclones Unidas. El
ton. Walker aclard a Canclller Paraguayo. Bernarao
corresponsal de la Pren3a Campos, dijo que America po-
a que sus manifestacio- dria aceptar la uniformaci6n
fueron mal InterpretaGas, de armamentos, pero consice-
Is Idea de la primera ver- ro aventurado y riesgoso crcar
provoco el comenario de un ejercito latinoamericano p4-
SdemAs Cancilleres, los coa- ra luc'nar contra los comunis-
se manifestaron disconf)r- tas aslaticos.
con la iniclativa. Los otros Cancilleers preferie-
ZWalker express a la Pren.sa licado del asunto, senalaindo
ida que "seria interesante y que la Conferencia de Wash;it
que la contribuci6n de ton definlria que clase de aou-
paises latlnpamerlcanos ,1o da aportarn America para au-
Spreatara alsladamente, si'.o char contra el Comunismo.


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en colors sutids;
do algod6n y do eeda; floreadoe y lioas.



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Lam relaciones entire los 3s-
tados Tnildos y Espafia han
vuelto a As estricta realidad.
No habian sido rotas do ift
modo absolute, como algunaog
.con deaconoclmiento de Ia i*-
trincada red de los matiea\4
la politics nternactonal, lmab.
ginaban. Existia en Madrid Olf
Encargado de Negoclos de los.
tados UnosUndos por clerto, el
diestrialmo seflor Cultberson-;-:
funciotnaba una Embaljad q44*
SIlegaba cai al centenar de
miembros: los consulados Iotr,
teamericanos se mostraban at-.
tivos en aquellas cludades es-
paflolas aptas para las comu-
nicaciones con los puertos co-
mo Nueva York, com o Nueval
rleans, como Filadelfla, comb
Boston. Bass ciudades bodtmn
ser Barcelona, fbltbo, .La .co-,
rufta, Bantander, CAdiz.
Sin duda se palpa una -a-
version de los Estados Unidos
hacia Espafia y su corolarib,
una actitud de de scont fia ,
desagrado, de epafia ha= le
Eatados Unidos. En el I -ital-
te de la reunl6n de San f aA-.
isco pra que do alil n-eet"
la entidad denominada Ib lt'
clones Unidas, no habia ter-
minado la guerra, los Estadof
Unidos eran aliados de Ru
comunista y Espafla sign a-
ba --significa por su suete y
por su desgratia, porque su-
fri6 en su propia came las he
ridas durante tres afios lar-
gos-- el odio al comunismo,
sun la derrota dt ese comunts-
ao en la horse prellmilar. *,La
ptica de la conferenola .de
San Francisco prevalecfa an
1946 y su 16glco final remalazo
fue la aprobacl6n de la reso-
lucl6n que solicitaba del gru-
po de naclones que integraban
las Naciones Unidas la retira-
da de sus jefes de misidn di-
plomatica en Espafia. dejando
a este pais en posicidn preca-
rta, de ser y no ser a un
tiempo. La base o fundamento
de esta resoluol6n no era otra
que la simpatia del gobierno
espafiol hacida os gobernante
del Eje, derrotados en forms
indiscutible e indiscutida. Cler.
to que el goblerno espafiol man-
tuvo au neutralidad y lleg6 a
mis: en defense de esa neu-
tralidad favoreci6 los planes de
Roosevelt y Churchill -los po-
liticos de las era- al impedir
que las tropas de Hitler atra-
vesaran el territorlo de la
peninsula bErtica, to que hu-
blera dificuRado el *esembar.
Cp en Africa de los orte e-
nos entornarse- la puerta del
Estrecho de OlGibraltar.
Pero en San F'rancisco, co-
mo en los ados subsigulentes
en la vecindad de Nueva York,
en Lake Success, estaba Rusta
en las personas de los repre-
sentantes de Moscm. v Stalin
habia de recorder su fracaso
en Espafia. Se hizo una atm6s-
fera en contra de Espala que
tuvo su eco en otros aoms.
Esta atm6sfera era caal usna
hoguera. Y esta hoguera crecia
porque los comunaitas disemi-
nados por el Continente Amerl-
cano, unos azuzados poa el 'dl-
nero de Moscf, atros per un
sentlmentallsmo que fomentaba
la propaganda comunista, la a-
limentaban. Se d I f u ndieron
mentiras y mes mentlcas en
contra de espanla. Pocs las
combatleron. Y quien ata comrn
batia era tlldado de fascist,
de nazista, de reacclanarlo.
Hoy la mascara ha caldo.
Los Estados Unidos y elpaula
se miran cats a cars, *in dis-
fraces. Y el Embajpdor de Em-
pals, seflor Jo w ix de Le-
querlca -hombre del Norta,
espaflol, acostumbrado a tratar
con los anglosajones--, ha ea-
tablecido el contact personal
con el Presidente Truman, en
este moment de angustia en
que es preclio defenderse de
la amenaza comunlsta,
Espafia tiene, ante tado, un
mirlto: el de haber sabido es-
perar. Algulen ha dicho en
Washington que el EmbaJador
Lequerica es un dlplomatico
que conoce "el valor que hay
que tener pars dejarse pe-
gar". Ademas posee tacto, Io
que no es tan senclllo en la
Estados Unide, el pueblo
mAs poderoso de la tierra y
ei mis altruists -piaele a



ra Ser i de hrsa g.r aord e
heeis procedemso a tster sobre el

Program de a

mAie solicit "I

WASar OTON, Feb. 3 (U
Seral eihower ex*
proe6 al Cingreso que los Es rPo de
todos Unidos debe preparar un
progiama de seguridad que puw fal i
da mantener en los .pr6ximos
velnti, a trenta aflos o el tlem--
po que sa necesario" sin que ha
la. nacin asufra una bancarro-
ta. Hlso hineapid en que no
hay que perder un s61o instan- rope Occide
te, y que le democraclas de- com'minsmq
ben aceptar la desventaja d Atne, doI
tener que hacer frente a un if, l
agresor que puede "escoger el toas 't: .p.
din" paIa lanzr su taquo. At
Esenhower djo a los feglsiA- l nit srn
darea: ."Pronto os verils o;di- to dl Atli0
gado a tomar decislones de gran sonhower i
alcance que pueden determinjr clanar min
el earmo de nuestra civllia- cion6- on
cl6n y on las que el future doe ras6n e
loans oblernos libres puede ia naL- ntIe
-Ilare en juego". .s et a .
, ELcnhawer gi t6 ..slsjgendo. ,- -.
c; qe los slados Urit g -
tamar gst& deglrsn to me-si
clata, y dlJo que en Europa Oe- M .W
cidental hay mas de 00 milllo-
lies de personas "eo enarcnbu- Ii
das con nosotros". Tazhbien di-,-
jo que esas persona ltenen ei- """'
trerhos lazes con much zao-
nus dci mundo, y es apenas PC-
sible imaginary i calide de Lu- En. in

quien le peae- ha reanudado
la normalldad de ou relaclo-
nes con ispafia, como ha ex-
preeado con dlafanldad el Pre-
sidente Truman, "part compar-
tir los sacrlficlos y contrlbuir
lais aupervivencia de oI civli-
zacl6n occidental",
OJalA se deshaga shora ia
nube de falsedades quo ha en-
vuelto a Espafla. OJaA tengs-
mos todos la serenldad part
ver claro. OjalA cdmpredidamos
el valor de It tolerncit, le-
jos de la acritud, del dusplan-
te, del humor corroqLvo.
La lucha contra el comunla-
mo no ha terminado. Conti-
nuara. Sin embargo, se ha ga-
nado una nueov batalla al
reanudarse plenamente las re-
laclonea amistomaa entire Ea-
pafia y los Estados JUnIdO.
Por que no he de tener el
derecho a mostrarme satikfe-

do Ml

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cnteudimlat. oque contemple
la eventil y .merclda Igual- u,
dad par par.dt a dsa naclon. a
antes que com amsem a ha- pit
blar de ia telvi6a* de unida- y 1
des alemamas .. ousalquler cla-p
Be de ejfthef. VO, Aomo Cu- L
manaente, no qutaro bontingen
tes mal dtspamot. No quicro
soldados que Stren en un e-
6rcill a pml mnatt acom Ito hi-" c
Cleroi los He lMne. an nuesLra l
revolucn. M eao t seria uuns e
fono.e do debISMad".
ELcnhower prpwutd al Con- M64
grcei:' "s hm*tibtWo a pen- 1
ar alguna vea, uas-y 4*-
fiores, que en el mundo llbre
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Hida -R atW Agrpina
Belef, Wort Re.e
yes BNothncourt, aOdlsia ils
Carri6n, Ivonne Chilesm Nit
Sousa do Collazos, Teresa V.
Duncan, Alma I. Vans, DUflna
A. Fibleull, Beatri z uentes, En-
riqueta 0. de OGuerra, Inds Ma-
ria Herrora, snelda Joseph
C., Aurora Justavino D., Mar-
clans Linares V., Imilia Linch,
Josefa Mandoza, Aura Monte-
negro R., Josefina Moreno, re-
lipa Navas T., Aura M. Naran-
jo. Catalina Ortiz, Fulvia P6-
rez, Luz Oraclela Rangel, Lu-
cia Escartin Reyes, Melania U.
Rodriguez, Maria de SAens, Au-
ra Maria Bamudio, Dora Raquel
Baucedo C., Norls Edith Ten,
Corina T6rrero J., Clara Tufi6n,
Olga Valencia, Venancia Va-
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Sifw a trave due W& ell no son em-
go eneuentra pro-P r-e,.I Prensa y or
tLcherdal.... o so trata de nlngu-
.- -y-,,. i t x, piha Oue. no existed
. R. ..IL ntre Prensa F
' 'a' -. m admen ainCesto quoe Baeul-
I*e .t boto. eA
I.'l taus.York, la revistas."e-
A,-d Publisher" observe
.s tmiEmbro de lI Asocsla
i'atihTlerieansn de Prin-
la ...al "La Epoca' do
m Ares llama "asociaclon
Ster", y comments chit-
"4iniendo doe ill s,
orgullou del calihm-*
Io eperibamos meo
is ba das de gente tan
'". revista Colliers, on.
b4Wayde boy dice en un
1: "3 Presidents IP "
Sctcamente ha acabado
ak Lrensa libre e indepett-
ionte. Un par de perl6dicws
notablemente "La Prenst", h
hboch una vallente defea.j
freate a Is ineesante campafa
'at."de IntimidAcl6n peraocuoOi-
.a anm' principal editorL a el
e1ad o as s ftudcias I'MEl Mundo" de is HE:-
s5 a ,1 eaul ase titula" PrAse
ide Il Prensa deo ru
ow., "ai oi. ,. lz Airel", dice: "Sa Pren*
e- .-oweti sent g or

Aobuwe s ,
de desehiphtoar

pare sehora,

difereAtes sfotno

Gran Uiq kion

Faldas...2.50 Blusas...1.50
Un OrupS 1ndos

do sa.ora
a preelos rOvueloionarios!

1 Avehda Ceptral 57

-_O a.m. del dia 2 de maro M wuciblrtln ro.
_Chpaaho del Rector de la Univeraldf de
a mlnistro e instalacl6a do aun latmsa dc
E Wra el rlego del campma de Ia Cludad
I lapecitlcaciones podrAn aer obtenidoa todos
on la oficina de construcclopes de la Uni-
ais 12:00 m. y de 2:00 a 8:00 p.m., mediants.
110.0O con el cajero de la Instltuolon.
Director de Cosrkueelone
feb.ero de 1951.

oach *gstes Levyt.
ncano aino mundial, y Ie Wa '*
fus sufrleado la peromuitWn
dal rdimen Peronlst.a. k -
10 y debido que lot I0
lidependientep apayen al prdI
colega portefto. en la AsiaW-lum
cha en defense de la iber-wd
de pensamlento s Improe Lu
ettoae qsve vie*s eN.
So LaiPreaW, pumu,."La
Vacl6n", pertenecen al s ve
asttlo de dictaduras asetalse".
. En Paris, el peri6dio .,"
'Monde" comenta editorlaimae*
to el caao del diario bomaern-
as diciendo: "La Prenaa s' el
mas important periddfco de
Buenos Aires, uno de 105 de-
Canos de la prensa mundll (As
fund hace 80 sfios), y y oe
ha publicado desde el l2 de
Enero. Cual ha sidQ la Asr.n
Una huelga provoodd per. el
Bindicato de Vendedoren de Pe-
Ml6dlcom, que no s61o exie la
61strlbuci6n local excluilva, 6t-
no un porcentaje de los benw-
ficios que derive el periddl-
co de sus aviatm. Tree camlo.
nes fueron intendiadou. En va-
no trat6 el director de La-Pren

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OACNlks pinisAu a wmhbmnas
dd m-Js a Iasailas 0 umnu
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Hasts el dis Juevem 8 del present mes a lea 10 aim. ap
reciblrin en la Secretaria del Ministerlo soliciltudes para sego.
tro (4) becas que ofrece el Goblerno Naelonal de Ouateamet
psar curuar estudlos en laa Zcuelaa Normales de e pal
Condlolones de los aspirantes:
al Sor panamefio
b) Gosar de buena salud
c) Certflicado de buena conducts
d) Haber terminado satisfactorlamente los estudios
primarlos o de Primer Ciclo.
Lee sapirantes deberai preostar el informed de calficaks-
clones obtenldo debldamente certiflcado por el Director de
la Escuela donde cursaron sua estudios.
PanamA, 2 de Pebrero ie 1951.

Gan Presentaci6n Del NUEVO



Completaments nuevo . bellamente nuevel Su ostllo ultra superior.
los dAstesadflmop y ditimot avanaces mncAnloo que poses y su so badeo .s f
'"*" perfieto ,i aereditan some sla wn*jo oefsa quoe jnmi hiclfs al pIllol '

VENA A VERLO...y admire el mais deseado carro de today la historic
I de los Carros Chrysler!


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se Verano

hoey,.se ha- formado
Wisotra han solicitado inscripld6n 551 m4i S t _
y 51 varones en el internado. "

' Direcci6n de Educacldn Be- a los curaos mil doseletos alb.- L
aria, ha Informado que has- nos, de los cuales as may fo-f'
teeha se han inscrito en el bable queo so gradten' caop -oe
rtto para los curses de ve- noventa maestros one a
itqu ae Iniclaran el 19 de atlos han venido tra
Wotntes, 551 mujeres Y 51 tensamente en el eribdo va-
qe., caciones para aprobar sau aig-
ha indicado., aslmismo. que natures.
quedan cupos para 152 mu- Estos alumnos hariq Au lpric-
s y para 89 hombres. Be cal- tica docent en la Is uela Do-
que este sao concurriran iino del CanadA.

votan B. 42.000 para los -

mnicipios de Panama que

eta ahora tienen deficits.
Asamblea Nacional aprob6 Articulo 3o.-En el case de que
tercer debate el siguiente el Municiplo de PanamA no a-
ecto de ley: cepte cumplir con lo prevenido
en el articulo anterior, la suma
LEY NUMERO .... de cuarenta y dos mil bilbqas
(B.42,000,00) a que ae refnere ea-
(de..de..de 1951) to ley, sera repartida entire los
Municiploi de Arraijin, Balboa,
la cual se vota un credit Cupira. Chame, Chepo ChimAn,
mental por la suma de cus- La Chorrera, San Carlos y Ta-
a y dos mil balboa4 (B.42,- boga, asi:
D0) imputable al Ministerio Municiplo de Arraijin, tres
loblerno v Justicia para au- mil quintentos balboas (B.3,-
r a los Distritos de Arral- 500.00).
Balboa, Capira, Chame. Municipio de Balboa, tres rmil
pe, ChimAn, La Correra. Ban quintentos balboas (B.3,500.00).
a y Taboga, de la Provin- Municipio de Capira, sets mil
de Panama, y se ordena la bhlboas (B.6,000.00).
ual6n de esta suma en los Municipio de Chame, trees mil
roa Presupuestos de Rentas quinlentos balboas (B.3,500.00).
Gastos de la Repablica. Municiplo do Chepo, tres mil
uuniniento balboas .(B.3,500.00.
* Asamblea Nacional de Municiplo de Chiman, tres mil
Panama, quinientos balboa. (B.3,500.00).
Municlplo de La Chorrera,
Decreta: nueve mil balboas (B.9.00.00).
Municiplo de San Carlos, cua-
ticulo lo.-Abrdse un cridito iro mil quinlentoa balboas, (B.4,- 1-1
mental al Presupuesto de 500.00). 4.-
oa vigente, imputable al ar- Munlciplo de Taboga, cinco 8-_
o 288 del Capitulo XVII, del inil balboas (B.5,000.00). 12-
isterio de Gobierno y Justi- Total: cuarenta v dos mil bal- 13-
por la suma de cuarenta y boas (B.42,000.00).
mil balboas (B,.42.000.00) pa- En eate cado la Contraloria 14-_
tuxilar proporcionalmente a General de Ia Repuiblica asumi- 1i
Distritos de Arraljan, Balboa, r6i directamente la entrega y 17-
ra, Came, ChepoCh himn, control de estas sumas a los mu- I
Chorrera, San Carlos y Ta- ntclplos beneflciados. 19.-
L, de la Provincia de Panama.--
'ticulo 2o.-La suma de cua- Articulo 4o.-En los futures 21-1
a y dos mil balboas (B.42.- Presupuestos de Rentas y Oastos 1
D0) a que se reflere el articu- del Eatado se Incluiri lgualmen- 23-1
interior serA manejada por el te una partida de cuarenta y dos 24-
dlipio de PanamA, quien mil balboas (B.42,000.00) pars "
rblari los respectlvos pagos, atender el deficit de los Distri- 29--i
se.entendldo que deben ob- top de la Provincia de PanamA, 30-4
arme las d ololona conte- favorecidos c eats ley. ..--
SLen el articulo 198 de la Dada en de Panam, 32--
S a al, .e a slos .... di Ime e..

,aI eranoara en Citreun Curso

Ft[ Vera. para mores Diesel

oI auscrito Hector R. Mufioz,
professor de motors Diesel de
a scuela de Artes y Oflcios.
fundador y maestro de la Es-
Cuela de Artes y Oflcios, fun-
dador y maestro do la E cuel
1tturna de Motbres Diewel, la
edWl funclona en los mismos
edlficlos del Artes y Oficlos, a-
btrtr un curso de verano de
,., rema Diesel en la cludad de
'.wtr', el cual redundari en
n'e cflio de todos los interesa-
.'W de las provincial centra-
Rea. Kite curso tendrA una du-
-a-1c6n de sets semanas recl-

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Ay oide a sis MI1onos
* mI a humane o dmhneo di
.. O dI el~dos y do rdldor eWoe-
vMeO d la s gre, nor medoe dd loo
awes m llones sd dimlnuton tubos a
fitrs. de los rifione. HI eatos venoeno
a loe rntlones o la vejigfa o hIaen
sudfir eon levantada nocturnes, nor-
o__IMdad, dolores do plrnu, ojerai,
Itubago, dolores do is coyunturnas
daids o ardor an I conductor, de-
ao I sa noesldand do esUmulante
arItloo, pruebe Cy tex.
P>uhasa. del Acldo Orleo lon
insaon con .I reesta m dtca lamad&
S O l o. nQ0 un diuretioo osutmu
S 6r,t.L .u-onj 1. r t1&.v y
VMrSAnr=1o MI lltado o1 gfdei.
6yteS MttIMfaertA a unted complete.
eat Ey mA Ia medlelaa quo ustad
aseaglt. PMda Cyetex hor namie
,.CysteZ o',& ,
**vywx tl,

bi6ndose un adiestramiento te6-
rico y practice acerca de la
material ya meAclonada, rela-
clonada al mantenimiento, re-
paraci6n y servicios de dichos
El fin que se persigue con
este curso es el de capacitar
al mayor numero de j6venes en
eats rama de la industrial mo-
derna, tan important como lo
constituyen los motors diesel.
Para mayor Informaci6n de
los interesados podrian dirigir-
se po; correo, telfdono o per-
sonalmente con el senior Alcal-
de de la cludad de ChitrO, Car-
melo Spadafora, o ir personal-
mente donde el protesor Hector
R. Mufloa bn la Escuela de Ar-
tes y Oflclos en la cludad ca-




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Tomara part en un
curso agricola el
Ing. Porfirio GOmez
El1 Director de AgriceulturA IAi-
genlero Porfirio O6me. l-uai es-
ta mafana bacia Costa Rica, con
el objeto de partielpar en el cur-
?o de Extensi6n Agricola que ba-
io los auspiclos de la Unt6n P n-
americana se deaarrollarx en
1 urrialba y abarearA cuatro so-
Al curao aslaten representan-
tea de varlos palse del Conti-
nente y ha eado organizado nor
el Institute Interamericano de
Prente a li direccl6n de A-
gricultura ha quedado el Inge-
niero Menaled Sols, mlentras


Fundado en 1904

Direcam eel r leaeN : BANUONAL.
Apartado NOeo 8' Panam
Telifonos: 3-A 3-1l. 3 S-t3 4-M. 3-el 4. PanaImAs
Agenoas mon los slgulantes tuIarm:

errsponales on la* prinolpalm plasz del Exterior.

EitA on condicloens do pretrs todla elas do
se"vi iom banoarle,.

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1--8d o de calclo.
2-Del verbo arar.
3-Cludad 4el CanadA.
4-Atrsduras antiguas.
6-Vmllno4 lInv.
8-JmperWot de avisar.
9-Manmh"I-de la piel.
10-rruta tropical.
11-Etatdo de Venezuela.
20-Denmolmativo, Pl..
2L-1-Volumlen. .
23-P-I 'd8 artillerfa.
K^ ^ .O de lou do M-

at-J~IE% y corriente.
3 !@ o

33-Regale, obsequij.
34-Empleos, Inv.
36-Adlneradop. \
37-Pxopleta O -.
38-Espac)0 de tempo.
39--Nombre de mujer.
44-Circulo o redondel.
45--Beblda alcoh6lica.


CArb- .s it*1 contra
( e l unmio y Jstsn &e la
0,0 to'" O
lO.Qte O i Wtgan aplia-
ci6n Ina*dl&at U*3 altoeraones
del POVsuM.
ao.-Quo e mo aa us' Skudio
soerlo pars 4iv l oreo deter-
mtnar 10 to debe a-
barcar M r .mto con
caracter deo. En 'eso
studio d bl t temi-
cos. protM poanuM .
So-Qu no' resirinfjn Isa
oportunidade an e uspen-
affn de oure.
4o.-Que a los alumnus bri-
Ilantis se lea permits tomar
mis curses que loI relamen-
tarios. ,
5o.--Que s estabibcan becas
pars los ahlumnos que ocupen
los dos priearo puesten la
graduaoft, cn el fin de

ral n- si u -"

0- permit tableerla una dis-
crclflAcn entre los gradua-
des en el Intituto de Verano o
habrNo qud e are todes dlo
'o-Po- us establecersae mais
tarde una dierenolaci6n de
sueldoS entire los gradsados del
dsnelo de Vernsuo y los gra-
de la Ncumela Normal.
Sabido es que todoa los maes-
trosa bacn igent sacrlfl los
pars alstir al Insattutt de Ve-
ranr pimrando no solo el per-
fetlon amiento professional y el
diploma que lo acredite, sino
tamblin y quises con no me-
nos aInterl, (iomos humanos y
la cumetl6n econdmiga es la que
determlna nuestra vida) el me-
Joramlente de sueldoa.
Los profeaore -tambidn 1o as-
o_.-Que serial restarie dol-
mulo' s los maestros pars *-
alsr a los curoeo. Esto
o apumduafte p ura
cadon NacionAL pue Mf dft
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Cja -de Ahorros

linaum scia Ga v por el Estado.

Paga 2% de Interhs annual en dep6sitos
de ahorros



Dep6eftoes nmanales do B/.0 .2i /, 0.50;: /. 1.00
y B/. 6.00, per un pWrioed de ounntlooho (48) g-

4a 11B0 sim CaB v.

8 a.m. o 12.30 '.m. ades: 8 aoA. a 12

0. " ...a. -M r

Lay -jo UduslOn so- da iW HI
bra atm 01 areo- as -
tisulo itis M ets-
blew c tngunm podrk senr Fa2
rem .m ldme a eat- tW,
pl W 44-.. 6., etc.". l J
do W`shu ld no habri
S-*rl do ma-itrel i
iame t IS e k- apti- 1t H
t d e o el cargo se e
oM 1 ft- Me el de exA-
moneA IzaIn 9es As sr sen-
amtos "i s can inuchs,
do.;. Institute de
Verano-"Cls side', stablecido
coma- O .am titut6a distinta
con sedshdi&4 Escuela Normal
J. D. Atqume a ObakYp ae
el direatr401 fl ltuto CdoVe-
rano,ei asmPmoque el de ais
Escuelas Amal. Doereto No.
232 de. .broro de 1950,
Orguilaao l EIstituto de Ve-
rano. emptalwonte el artin-cu
lo primerQ).
5o.-Q,-no hay power qu6 ale- t
gar competenela entire el Ins- d
tituto de Verao y sla Escuela etentm cow
Normal. Al alumni del Insti- taIs te 1
tuto de Verano es un rmlem- ha ...i.
bro del Isaglstrto quo no In- LeArfw-tM
cha su potiesn -m nadie. Ca- WShsA A

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Del verbo calar.
Museo gaster6podo, Inv.
Reuni6n fabulosa de la
Conduct sanguine.
*ue ablanda y suaviza.
Hmor acuoso de la sangre.
Palo de los buques de vela.
Nudillos que se forman en
Ios patios.
Del verbo posar.
Del verbo sobar, Inlv.
ue paaa.
Prefljo inseparable.
8acerdotesa zoroastffcos.
aJualdad do nivel.
Entrafis de los animals.
Nombpe de mujer.
H!edru muy dura.'... .
m nome son f0rtl .
lTejldo de or o
Comanicar por inoculaci6n.
Probibici6n, Inv.
fNoteno. -

HABILES VENDEDORES de clubs de relojes y prendas
en general. Magnifioas comislones y opertunidadei piar per-
sonas que deseen ereane una u6Uda e Independlente pelelo6n.
ReloJea ETE NA Onms. Elin Mita
Oeuma a& Ir.
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a cOoi toIs apllcacitn do lam
prilal aode Punto Guarto en
a A c Utina. He tezuL o
conoem lepto de admirables ir-
aultadi de Ia obra I realluda
por ieas. norteameolranos y
latlnoamerieanoa que hen ~ta-
jado Junto pare forjar uma
iejor veclndad en el Hemia-
serio Occidontal.
"A -bas doe atas reallzaciA
no. eatemu expandlendo cte
esfueato ooperatlvo en la A-
mriam, y apUlicando la ,ej-
clone que hemam aprendida
a la mimuma clues de emprs-
ias conjuntsa en otram partem
del mundo libre donde los hlia-
bitantea eutin sumamente de-
seow de incrementar *u pro-
ductlvildad y mejorar sue con.
diclonea de vida.
'Eatoy *eguro de que mu-
cho lhe de aprender en sate
vlaje por algunaa de la repO.
bUni hermanam de Ia AMAe-
ue'. .par, vlitflatodM
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me"l bass Vyausl a ua
le de .ae/ahier a1 Clonllaas,
su el twetitutb ltotsll el s-
aamb @ ase. lnMe
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3 )vam Vanori a dItla-
f r siv u plans meot-
Mt m as as adgs Plarttd
Lets tttale.
E U ma grave-
en uns carniceria de 24 hoias
Los frsnco-americano. arreaw-
tieon contra los comunlatas a
b~onetauos y culatauos a ime-
didft ue datosi aian aid toquf
lanitic de lu comets.

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Josh Ram6n Ouizado, Oraciela 0. de Arosemea, s.
Luis Eduardo QuOiado, Soals 0. deO McNatt, Just
Anto.io Oaiudo Jr., Gabriel Ouizad, Marts M .4
Garcia de Paredes ex premp pfu-
agradecimlento al Goblemo Nacional, Asmsb
National, Consejo Municipal de la Capital y otroe
lugares de la Repdblca, Cuerpo do Polcia Nacle
nal, Cuerpos de Bomberos de la Replbfica, y a A
todas las Instituciones que per medio de decrets,
resoluciones o acuerdob han honrado Ia memoriSa
de su querido padre

Comandante Juan Antonio Guizadeo
(q. d, D. g.) A

y mno han eaviado ,' epredila de simpatia
con m.tvot i d M ui.. ,
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No deje de comprar

En este numero 3 reportajes de palpitante inters

1 FRANCO... EL POWDER TRAS DE LOS PIRINEOS 1 ,Cual us la poaici6n
do Franco? ,SoerA Espafa baluarte do la Defensa Occidental o carga military
y political? Conozoan tados loa detalles referentes a la vital posict6n quo
Espafla ocupa hay n e*I panorama international.
.. Y SI MORDIERA EL 0SO ROJO . ? par el Coronel R. Ernest
Dupuy. Estrategp MIIitar do VISION. u6 sucederia si el*I 080 atsoara on
eI Oste? iD6nde y ouAndo podrfa atacar? VISION ofrece un revelador
anillsis doe la potenola ofensiva de Rusla.
;AI fin! . Uno de lo comentaristas de cienoias mojor Informados del
mundo ofreo o un reportaje real quo disipa a atmasfora da presagios
y conceptos falsos quo ha venido rodeando a esta temible armsa de la
Era At6mioa.

-i6On es

* Una revista do noticias para la Am6rica Latina

* Editada en Nueva York, Centro Mundial de Noticias

* Rhpida y direct distribuci6n... por Avi6n
Lea quincenalments tamblen estos artfoulos especiales
acerca dei Nacones Unidae, Mundo Econ6mico. Deportee,
Personalldades, Teatro, Clenclas, Artes y Cultura.

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S Misceline.

e: del C.I.M. acepta propuestos
S m. a 12 a. m. hasto el mihr-
ie. 7. ppra vender el aderezo de
laer.que rif6 el domingo 28. Pora
*oUmio acuda a to oticina de Ia se-
S Luls Urbe. Ave. Norte No.
te l6fono 2-3191.

Ylow t-r-C-lotes tAowre as,
*We s en Musuo F. ir-Tom (CMaw
,- s p aee ab elel &) med-
.s s so ma., usmuNd~ e e. *
~L Iu bi s e I Pllen a pe.
MN loAS GLODALUS. Vie lap.
erade a* Juaun Frene. TeL

SVENDEN: Peatelesw fm ae
ibairdimr a B.4.75. ontes 08.50
"di T icl Wonrsted, aB 4.50, on-
rt g0.850. bniltos colors. Bazar
i. Odrid Apevei ie eise aikie

ad dcibi dcemento bla e.
It -S uteidio Goniles. FbrMlcs do
: t cra Avenide Cuba No 8, Pa-

1 -VENDE--Coa de 56 libras a1 sa-
a Ci- Dulcidic Gonzilez. Fibr,
m' a d MOsalcos.
VENDE:-Piano de cola grand
an buenas condiciones. Precio ro-
S.toable. Acudo Avenida Tivoli
SlEo. 18. Apto 5. altos. Telifono
2-0098. __
VENDE:-Discos clhsicos v po-
p*ulares de larga duraci6n. Todds
rtarcos. AGENCIAS DIAZ. Call
J'37 No. 6-A. Tel. 3-1029.
.VENDb -Bonit astanteria de vi-
aio aRrcio baiisimo Ocurra Co-
prp 48 N<,. 11.
SVEfDEN:-Radios Motorola pa-
i utbs, Plymouth y Dodge. 1949
;.1 1950. Acabon de Ilegar a
,' Inversionos C~inerales, S. A.
p ide Jos6 Francisco de Ia Osso
o. 38. Tel. 3.3191.
t.ENDE:-Bicicleta de hombr e, de
t iti y do nifo. Martinez, Via
S2019. frente al Pan Ideal.
*IENDE:--Secadoro de cabello.
IHco, do mono. B. 2.00. escri-
Srio de ceobe B. 0.00. Calle 2a.
!'y 1 PanamiA.
iderpras sonr costosas. Nuestro
sti complete y el servicio
e sntrea eis inmeioroble. ALMA-
rPNES MARTINZ. Avendoa Nor-
833, Tel. 2-0610.
RIECESITA:--Empleodo seria. Ca-
VaP. No. 36 faltos).
S y TeoJel Ca LdCs.
r.NDE:-Vidrios pulides de 1-4.
Is transparentes de 3-16 y
,a Vidrios ornamentales In co-
t.lj 2.0540.
y Teblt Clo. Letd." Ii

ENDE-Gomo loca. Cola a prue-
do agus. Cola cornrints. Papael
l. y esmerll. Tel. 2-0540.
luei.mve y Teeari CoC. Ltds .

VENDE:-Yiso. Sellolocodo. "C-
'tte lmpermabiUzant l~ p rel-
Sisa exteriores. Tel. 2-0540.
'~ b new y Taelle Cie. lde.

VENDE:-Alambre de poas. Alom-
'~ir de puerco. Alambre liro. Cla-
p va os vo golvaniodos de techo.
'. VMe-Ieve y leils Cie. Lde.

VENDE:--Compresor, pistol de
nuai6n. motor 1-2 HP, tonque 300
Sst. colle 12 No. 13, Son Fran-

VENDE -Magnifca colecci6n de
'diecos cliscos a prcio de ganga.
Gratis: preciosoa iueble de cooba
ar uardarois i e los IlevaH to-
4du. Unme alol tevfono 2-0610.
ti Piano Acrosonic, narco
d1uing, a n Caollt R on Voldis.
I, oportamento 2. segundo
SCiFa. cilidades de pago. I.oe,
zll 2-3080.
HtA I LLANTAS.-Duenos- do
Sb as y camiones oprovechen los
Iprncics especiales para verona qua
adet ofreciendo lo Kotva Panama.
5. A. en laonta, 750-20. 8 25-20
Sy 900-20. Visitenos en Ave. ParC,
SNo. 15 llama Tel. 3-0569.
i. VENDE: Madera usada en per-
SfctoS condiciones, a preciom sin
ompetencia en la plaza. I x 6 -
4-- 6 x 6 8 x 8. PARECES
V CIA. LTDA. Ave Pablo Arose-
ne No 10 y Dep6sito En Poi-
-iloa Caolla 12. Tels. 2-3238 y 3-

VENDE O fcina de construccion
del Hotel EL PANAMA ,ncluyendo
p: tds Ia plomerfa e instalaciones
eMektrucas. Dibe ser rneeovida par
ci licitodor. Propuestos selladas se-
irt ricibidam hasta los 3 prm. del
ne martes, Febrero 20, 1951 par:
:S. A. Aprtodo 1848 Tel. 3-

l biud propuestas cerrodas host
-T$ do Fibrero de 1951, por dos
paMia6ptines Cushman (incomple-
.ft), quo s encuentron en el Al-
E r de Cristdbol. Estin dispo-
i los formularios pore los pro-
iiRUltas. in lo oficwsa del Superin-
de Almacenes, Balboa.
242777 yen el AlmaItn
WKJSIti. lifono 3-1265.

*l., Paml.,efrec en vnto
e, s!difieos n.sme-
4, 466 on Anc6n. So
pgpuetose selladas en la
p and Service Direc-
HMO it hosta las 10
del 7 do Febrere do
o, brirM en p6blico.
PAp moo conn
obspeto su
cr4 'sir.,


Bien. Dalem
VENDO:-C- 'tie- t en s c.
II* 4 No. Us Aetp ierOuts so-
bre un late da trrno. Tlo hi-
potecao con el Baneo Nacional deo
B.7.9500.00. Isfelm. tMOMle 2-

SE VENDE: *- "&m o ntil.b dq
coM' do doo clM e apartanmn-
tas. Referencls personal s an ca-
llI 7a. No. 9.

SE VENDE-La Abarroteria Eva, Co-
lle 14 Oesto No. 87 par motlvo do
viole. Ocurra al mismo lugar.
5E VENDEi-Negocio on case Muller.
Informaci6n Tel. 2-3818 par las
SE VENDE:-Casa e dos pison, plan-
ta boja, de cement y alto do me-
dera con terrano do 1.000 M2 bue-
nas conlciones,. precio razonable.
en Via Bllisario Parras, San Fran-
cisco de lo Caolf No. 151. Par.
Informs acudo la lo rnimo oMa
plant baJo.
SE VENDE:-Verdadera gang, cha-
let ocabodo construir, 2 porches,
2 reckmaros. garage, servicio in-
dependiente para empleadao,' corca
Teatro Roosevelt, precio total, so-
lo B.1 1.000, Patterson 2-2346 o
SE VENDE:-PequeAo almac6n para
sefioros. B ien acreditado y en ba-
rrio residential. PequeAo inversi6n.
Tombi6n se venden merconclas a
precio de cost Ocurra personal-
mente a Calli 48 No. 11 al lado
del ontiguo Arzobispado en Bella
Ofrecmee en distinguido y tranqullo
vicindad, CeN 40, Ne. A. Vlfi
del Mar, inmedioto a colegio, igle-
sia v comisoriato, helet rands.e,
moderne y 6mdse. Su precio B.
22,700.00. Tenemos las Ilavem.
haga su cta' de inspeccl6n. Wolff
y Cia., Calle 5a., No. 22, Tel. 2-
SE VENDE :-Sal6n de Belleza "Do-
ra". Acuda Plaza Arango No. I.
Tel. 2-2543.
SE VENDE Casa de Coapo. de
concrete sabre bases; 2,000 M2
con irboles frutales en producci6n.
agua. luz elictrica y todas las co-
modidades. en El Espino de La
Chorrero. Telifono 2-3090. Pana-
SE VENDE:-Lote de terreno de 15.
425 Mts. Corretero Transistmico.
15 mills de Io eoptal, antes del
pujente do Rio de Chiljbre, Rio ol
lodo,y atris, roles trutales, 15
Cts. el metro. Informes Sitio Chili-
brw ljaio Shnchetz.

GANGA! Se-vhnde una preciosa casa
fj a u. "Coco" Chorrera,.

yluz., adpe aun rancho para ho-
macas. Arbo' frateles. 2000 M2.
Preco 5$4500 Tel. 3-2238 lla-
me a las 7 p. m.
SE VENDE.--'nquito ean el cntro,
de Juan Dioa.o Sin intermediarios.
Informin Avenido Anc6n No. 21.

Professor de experiencia do classes par-
ticulares de inglMs a precio razonao-
ble. Llome 2-3437
APRENDA coser por m6todo Creaci6n
rhpido, sencillo. Bordado miqu;na.
Calle 32 Este. edificio Gilvez, lo-
cal 17.
EsttUdio Piano Bennett, Juan B. Sosa
No. 9. Tel. 2-3883. msica cli-
sica y popular, principiontes e in-

SE ALQUILA--Local .comerciol si-
tuado an calls Estudiante 130. Po-
ro informed en. la misma coso a
Tel. 2-3521.
SE ALQUILA:-Estaci6n de Gasqhno
on la Carretera Tronsistmica. Oci-
rrose a waste lugar.
SE ALQUILA:-Rechmora grande a-
mueblada con cocina. luz y bal-
c6n. Colle 45 No. 19.


- t HydreawtlS,,
tee -ue-W mecli. pielbldi
Iufmesr Iima teoMhemes 5-1
y r-In.

VENDE-Pick-up Internatl m l
1947, nunco fue comercidl.-
Goblerno. Skmpre particular y i ;.
buena scondiciones. 819-C, Enma.
ire street,- Balboo.

SE VENDE:-Odsmobile Club Cou
42. Illonts nuevos, rodioo en p
fect condiclones, 8.47i.00. Ow-
misarieto Sitton, Call* Cdl6n y T15
SE VENDE-Cominn Ford de volqut-
te modelo 1947 de I 1-2 tonele-
dos, en muy buen estado y barato.
Pronto no lo conseguiro par e.
.precio. Llama al seRor Arosmenao,
en Talleres SAS, Via Belisorio Po-
55 VENDE: Chevrolet onvetible
1948, se puede financier. Pera In-
forme llame a v e l of or Frank
Alemin. Smoot y Parades.
CONVIRTIBLE: Chevrolet 1941,
perfectas condiciones mecAnicas,
bacteria nueva. bueno pintura y ca-
rrocerla. Motive de vioje. Tel: 3-
2463 de 7 a 9 p. m.

U NEIIITA: -- implede. uIn
sWde. ie dermir e mmOlee.
Celle Ramen Veldes Ne. 1, eper-
tmoents 4, 2e. ple.
SE NECESITA: Cocinera, preferi-
ble duerma an el empleo. Colle 50
'(San Martin No. 10.1
SE NECESITA-Empleado oficios do-
m6sticos. Calle I I Oeste No. 10,
primer alto.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada qua duer-
ma en el trabalo y sea caririosa
con nsios. Call. Primera Perejil
No. 20, Deportemento No. 6.
SE NECESITA:-Empleoda para co-
cinar, imprescindible qua duerma
en caso. Avenida Primera. La Ca-
rrasquilla No. 55. entrando por el
Teatro Eden, en via Belisario Po-
SE NECESITA:-Muchacho oven y
de buena presencia paro aseo de
Is case y cuidado de un nifo. 0-
curra Ave. 6a. No. 30 San Fran-
cisco de la Caleta, ceca de la Es-
toc16n Esso.

1. IISOtWIR-Plntor do cases. con-
trstora, contelar. tcruilcos.. 'aron-
ti.s per s 1aaft. prasu0Mlstas Ptatis,

CORTE, Pemondnto, Dearie del co-
beilo. Productos y m6todos ameri-
cano. Via BeHsorio Porras No. 60,
altos. Teltfono 3-2139.
Si usted dess hacer un trabdjo de
hoialateria.de acuerdo con la so-
nidad, pida informac16n en Avens-
do A, 93 No. 1, Luis Mortinz.
El Canal de Ponamn solicit pro-
puestas, bajo pliegos c.rroaos qua
as han de abrir el 9 de Febrero de
1951, ya sea pare aserror on
gruesos de I a 6 pulgados y sa-
car ol homo 325,000 pW (II pie
x I pie x 1 pulgadol do trozas de
caoba, maria, amnorllo, cedro es-
pino y cedro amargo, y6 sea para
hacer unicamente una de las
operaciones. Estin disponibles los
formularios de la Solicitud No. 384
en la oficino del Superintendente
de Almacenes, Balboa..telfono 2-


SE DESEA:--HospedaJ poro 40 per-
sonos. caso y Comda por 5 dias,
poro el 23- de Abril. Debe quedar
este lugar cerca del Teatro Lux.
Escriba dando detalles al Sr. B. P.
Apdo. 134.

Ghliese Alge Ila : Haciindose
agent vendedor n la Joyeria
Hawaii. Ave. Control 56.

SE ALQUILA:-Local para oficina.
arriba del Teatro Central. SE NECESITA V-Chofer pors com.6n
IaI do redarto. Via P nms No. 130.

SE ALQUILA--Local para oficino,
ventilado, limpio y bien situado.
Colle Ira. No. 18 altos. Ocurra 5
Rios. Bonco Nacional.
SE AL.QUILA: Local comerciol
$250.00 mensual Averknd Cantral.
bale. cerco Santo Ana. Contrato 3
afos Llama Tel. 2-1981.
SE ALQUILA:-Ampl;o local, es-
pocioso. paord oficino. clinic ao es-
cuela privado. Situada center co-
mercial. Llama 2-2443.
iE ALQUILAN:-Exclusivamente pi-
re oficinas locales cintricas on los
altos de Avenida Central 44 o
precioa m6dicoe. Soliciten infer,
mac'6n on AlmacenA 5 y 10 can-
SE ALQUILA: Local cintrico can
luz, propio para Contoble, Agen-
cia de Representociones, So:.aria.
Modifteria, etc. A precio de Gan-
go. Lloam* ol Tel. 2-2888.
SE ALQUILA: La Cuchilla, 247
Avenida Central, en [a porte de
atris eon front. e Ia Celle Domln.
i ESpinor; local spacdosmo pro-
pro po r olnalcin, taller, dOpseiro.
etc. 3.90.00. Dirigle 2163 Aveni-
do Cantrlo t teno 2-2638.

hioe emiae o e idl.
S MUod" EL -A3N W
So 0s on.0 an&t3..mars.

SE NECESITA:---Obrer chfer, ocu-
rra aol Molino Criollo, Ave. B No
SE NECESI TA:-Matrimonio ingls
deseo alquilar medaionte cantrato
minimum un OraO, cAma sole. omue-
bloda, lugar residential do cuatro
a o cinco rechmoras y dos batos
Avisar ao Arthur Rothwell, Hotel
El Panamra, cuarto 527.

SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto c6modo. In-
formes en collar 4.. No. 9, olios.
SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto con muebles
9 25.00 para hombre solo. Ave-
r ao Ernesto Lefevre, cam No.
SE ALQUILA: -- Curto, Mariamn
Arosenmena, altos La Victirna, coas
No. 31, entrodo indipon4 dnts y
SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto a permon.s de
buenas cstuwmb4Ms. Call 5a. No.
36 altos.
SE ALQUULA-Cuwao emplte emue-
blado con balc6n y telifeno. Ca-
ballero hona'reb. Uamer Tel. 3.
3192. PanamA.

SE ALQUILAN-Cos curtos, 3.25
coda uno. Tel. 3-2 Pesones


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ru.1.8a. 4 =W]
Nor" Ia Court.
ghiutfaoprrte a
iesanearo, tosr
lI. InformeO pw
l Mercedo Mod
. per teltfond
mecraghto paq
3-O. Tel.

SA : -, Apartomento. -n
AvenO Mft leo final y called -4.
E"t falSZ 30140.
SE ALQILAt Apartpaenrtt
"quirikt.Vii Es a y R-r
Argentina No. 5':nifornif
mlamo., -fao.

dos dormitories. Actudimtflffi
pads Embajado Pruva. .
Vista. Liae 2.2443. ..
SE- ALQU1LA:-Apartaminto i
F mdor, uno rocimora.' aoroa
dalle 46 No. 27. Informeasma
misms coso, aoprtamento No. 4,.
SE ALQUILAi--Apartamento modr
no, sole, comedor, dew recdmarelj
dos sevicos. Avenfdq Chile, ca-
lie 4, tel6fono 3-0847.
SE ALQUILA:--Apartamento chiF9
en la Calle Ingenio No. 76., B.30.
00. Informes Oficino Baquerizo, .
SE ALQUILA-.-Apartamento mode#-.
no de dos rehamoras: sin mueblei
8.65.00, con muebles B.75.00.
Otro de uno recamara: sin mues
biaes, .45.00, con muebles B.55.
00. Afuild- Jos de Fibrega No.
16, Pasadena. corca Universidad
Naclohal. Telfono 3-107'0 fami-
lia Hrrerao.
SE ALQIJILA:-Apartamento de dos
racdmoros, sola-comedor, cuarto
axillar, dor servicios soanitarim,
lavanderle y cocina. Ocurra Tel. 3-
0567 o 8-0057.
IS ALQUtIAI-Apartamento de dos
recmgrams n el nuevo edificlo
frente al Hotel El Panamj, dos lo-
cales an Ia plonto boja. 2-2375-
2-1215 Reberlt Miri.

.Artfelom de Cmas
SE VENDE: Muebles baratas, de
mimbre, comedor, recimara, refri-
gerodora, inf6rmese Tel. 2-0072.
VENDO-Motivos viaje, mjquino co-
ser Singer. Avenida Norte Ne. S.
SE.VENDft-Motivo %Vaie urgflg.
Barotisietg jmoso j sol, comedwr,
camas, ropero etc. CollI 11 Nupvo
Crist6bol, detras Clincao Mel6n-
dez, oportomento uno.
SE VENDE:-Juego do bambu para
porch, 6 piezas. olforrnibro china,
color ladrillo 8 x 10. Calle Uru-
guay No. 23.
SE VENDE:-Motivo de viea. refri-
gerodoro Servel B.100.00. Adeamhs
radio, toco-discos. Juego de sala,
3 comas y bicicleta de muier. 0-
curra calle 3a. Casa No. 24. Al-
tos en Son Francisco.

SE VENDE: Refrigeradora, billar,
obanicos, pedestal, camas, bote de
caucho. estufa "Magic Chef". Re-
novamos colchones, sprlnes, etc.
Compra Vento Son Blas. Avenida
Norte 65.
SE VENDE -Juego de mueblW nue-
vos, de 5 piezos. topizados. Valor
B 30.00. Acudo Ave. "A" No. 20,
,ltimo piso.

SE ALQUILA: Cosa grande, aho-
blada, cuatro recimorae, amufa
gas y refrigeradoro, lucIa ebictri-
cos y calentador doe auo, ogua
pura de pozo. Use de cball y esl-
l1a. Cama para 13 persona. Per.
fecto para mis de una familla.
Casa separoda con boao pwro air-
vientas. Tel. 3060, Balboa.

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springs interiores.

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.uer ioz Bfutfle, 42d ad. cd, onH-
do., oldaido *di:lMhNfto de oaI "a.tado
Unidoms d Noswe Am4Avi die p40 ad. t
re actual deseeolpido. qua C6enote a
del tirusno d, Aedtm r ,w *Do-
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It. atlteae 470,. 472 7 41 e Cd
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ploriao e lansr visible de ta ars
lartl del Tribunal hoy. Trelita (0) do
aBer de mil -ovrciestos ief
(08) die y copies CalS miao as-pane
a dlposcls6a de Ia part inlat4eaed
rt iou uabliei6 cn can u lafmllt n
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Coa61. ana to de 1951.
IM awaearteri
XI Jues que suseribs. Tercemo del Cir-
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de nit anoeelanto eJneb tL
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ue Is presents il Tribnala daemual
tarMIlo id trainae dies ostde. sdo
I& itima publaci6u do Istte Sabf di e
a,. periidlio de Ia locallded, eana m:
h.l. va t r e derechoa emn I dt ea-
d a d diorae lqu* anu esa t m a
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dvelate a Is emplasa q 4 a
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Los entusiastaa y destacados Partirin a las.4 de la mafia- En eats primer lo03
eicltstas panameflos Alberto na de la Plaseleto 5 de Mayo, acompaaarn vari, ..
Crm y Ricardo Caliendo, Inicia- cruzaran el-O Gma po el puan. quoe rataran de o
r* t maflana domingo una jira to de Mir4florwe, de, ArraiJAn Penenom6i ydos do em
a Costa Rica y regreso, en un s guirAn per k Ol tera Cen- Ryes y Bernardo O 0O
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destacado ji- nal y, loJ M de btl radd habr sun r-MaeW
04Btte national dia I do t eo "I.aD 1 SA tegda
Bias "Tangue" Con* ow o 1gs 0t=0 Ao SPUo CSr I
Agurre. prmmes vaSt y "tAtlera al en derecho de atihr a
C oln motive del Caribe. Un ftuslowmar de I Lia de baseball lnfesm61
de este aem- diareo qu "Crnelta" debes alr haca CareadS a
teeimlento los La et a e el M y l esampeones de la prow
Socio. del Club debea star ft- grwe a P- a* el dia i Be S s di2e 4-"
Deportivo Pen- quo el I)sur Cle t efomiart oe eaitro Jaadore .
Syl van a le Misntrm w ps ntu eol 8pr Cola, Is. g'Alr,
brindarAn un tanfdla pl parked 3pflarem, ya quoeel Caldenfo ha Mae.
a jl o eats soche. I eel dem que pennlte la pre uetaelM
Pns Aglu hre quhenseeneuen-lso41 Cqribe..
two papndidotparIRs ut-e: : o"wl t ,it 9 o clue quoswle. Juogoe do Is
. ddes hipiems, volverul men- tad rOdjbije1 o tprels d. ent.da. A. p ten qw. X.
ar .dentrse6e pac e tradt geeral etA B. .. prterdo B. .ed 3 Pale. IL
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- en+.--,u-:aor,. -: Truman expresa el desee de que
^A I. el baseball mantenga actividad
Ininterrumpida por muchos afios
NUEVA TORK, FWebrro 3 (IUP)-l Presidente Truman a4t
pres6 su dee de quae el baeball pamea B"manteer anua lhftla
ininterrnmpld por mseahos IS*", Ia felletter a Isa LIgs Niu
.on motive de cemebrr -data su 7jo. alverarlo e ins fusdaN .
fIord Frk, PIreullte de ia LiP, leY6 an mesJoje de 'l'
man a las vetewmsem ni tes del baseball y a mis da mR. la-
nitloos reunidM .l brar 1 animversarloe an eronia s sa-
bWda fresnts rQ a yt Central" de esat head, ddet 'lP
an fe Isa Lin S del ebrero de M76. ick d1le: "Is- paaMbM
del Presldents no repr sntanm ido de egpir adelanteo sit tO -
phuns, puss el beltal eO hs lsoltado. em y no queremes favi-
rem mommslale. 4 Washington".
Seum sea ssl6a prepiela". dioe Truhan, "parn quo to-
des Io msnrtesamerlanis so nau n para desar a Ia Liga y &l de-
Sa-perl e ga tmlte hasG Oentribudl dsarrolla ,para a r quo. Iegas
munho* Iais midW de aitlbidld inin.mupila. "El b.hll ha.
S. cho grand.er ge"n.td olns ", a td6 Truma., "en tiamape de
s. 'y bn elempe de gueaw y no ha pMedMo anea favorm esp*.
GRADUADO elalbe no o hart aheors urante nuestro -setul programs de pro-
Pbiltamos a al neoeldo eca- parasdn .park I, defens,_.
Saiso tr en Lso Is ando1o r 4 poelltrs, e sno bres. tep ranon eml museo de Jugaiera
S les myer rebl6 el titslo e famoson,. ,a cogo altos dirgentes doel haseba y el Alealde ded
..h. ilren Coenelas en el Ins. New Yor Vicent Impellttel. amistleron a Is eeremonisa.
&.n t Naina il Vuvin. t nmn

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am ,uoeaio oecPbanam Recibe Invitacion
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soiSPg6 rPara Asistir Al Gran Torneo
bideportista. -Abi
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dicha capital dol 1 1 11 de We-
bre condalla participial6n tm-
bl6n doe iotro deoaotsaadas 'o
p*fl de mlan Amleca.
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minCetr tl Presidente del Club
de Golf de PanamA, el entuslas-
ta y donocido deportista Lie.
Miguel J. Moreno Jr, quien ha -
Inlude olas negoplaelones del
esop are tratar de e nviar una
Delegac6n ad icho torneo.
Los tires Clubs de BogOtA queo
han enviado en eonjunto la In-
vitacl6n son el Ban Andrs, La-
Sgartos y el Country Club, y los
requlsltos para la prticipaci6n
mnueden obtenerse on el Club de
*2amk o tamblin pidlendo los
nformes al Presidente M. More-
aleel no Jr. Despuds doe sl6o aloe 1e
*Ah0s auaotive e.,pr prime =e i atasts
eMal. o a Cearllado de CITACION DEPORTIVA vacaelonesd jefe .de l plamJi
lm eaelass ondM I en ia fseue- La ecretarla del ComIt6 "Pro ri, Gillermo "Cmb -
.Jruto A emenas.- Estadlo de Vetagua'" elta par Iia, ezx-Jugeder- de foot-baR,
g.fll de sus padres, es uns este medloI a todos los Interesa- emsp6 ellmpleo 4el jugo do
mm pula "nueva s gne-i 3 d par mafiana Domingo aeo-o, ma slga em ms
5.. ea tudla tfl. lis 11.00 am.. en el lugar do iome ms Vacohm -
sCOMUNICADtumbre, altos del almacn 5 trouser de amompila o
i or el V Campe can los dontivs has titular, sea mg.s f l i e al-s
dl Caribe de Futbol, hac s- a fecha para la construccl6n adornasm eta t me bar
beo a todos loi cronitas, de- del Estadlo y los pr6ximos pro- cargo doa m Is lse6O Da-
rtvos del pala que decade el grams. a organizer. rio "3lembitoe"l, do Ia;g
luun 5 do Febrero pueden pa- -- history de le
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L "aaiAa A- 3'nhina iterrineo, son argumeoto lIue vIr tropaa de tierra a -d
rt Von P ias algmos Oongrealsta que hatat que el poderio
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glo Con tal greso djeroa q p* General .
a-Uegar nuea- Eisenhower "onoea' e enameun
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celebra aus Elseinhowe dijo que la oIesfn oM.
.votos por- de Is partlolpsal6n de aspn.5 UNA WLICULA EXTRAORDINARIAt
.sa gdnero de est ean manos de los diploA- --
ticoe y no do 61.
Personas quo pudleron ecu-
Lorraine doelrhr a Eienhower en Is sa mon
Stior Orlan- secreta del Sonado ayer, die-
SSF.9y n afo run quo 61 aetuvo de acuerflo
Memphis, cJn ls opinlones expresadas
H-gar do de quae a tenia wun valor
maiBe dmuchb. estL-alglco, poa mum bases ad-
sbl d. reas y Rl potential do sue ea-
md jdrcatoa. Btneabargo, EiMeahn.
mpUedlmonle war expread que nada podr Bu mensaje llevado a tra-
b don M .ar- haceros hastq los @illomAtLos v de oeenam de violen-
en M o doe Gran MNtsfia Franola y cla, crudeas o Ihdecible
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do. a1 to m ufeerenca.
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As. isepefnora 17 abarminIspati unim-tr m sn-
E nplo roee Daenose pals nuest tr,.- tanutd c aa
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Sai e o d te Am1evse elproye una duda acerea del alew dg_ dfl o ti I e vidu h seflorita _ n r- _s_
SuO en t Reunl6 den de ui est punto del temar o", e al V ctuma rtu A Isde mur-
p edInseasl aeB de RelmtanX4 .l Consejo de Is EOA apron o-d chs tDlMSea6 que reciba h A bues

Iasamercn 1 7 doesendeen gelinter aid-
1lo o. *ilr de los paises A r mo paert de las agenda e 'idet unlms li noUtr muy ain-
naro oM quo debe celebrate e .oro y envl6 a lae plsea CM o er al -l.r. .
a doequede l Amercana para ese onidera- prl r "dcut andelr loifn
Si dlmousoneo e asrti on. El punrlo de que -so ttrrait "Sbo aeo las ac
A a tr*ou- thpOmlcs en esta reuniln t0c- solicita a los Ministro do al- bals y de l expansan de la na adut. a
toin'd por heler fw ^^ deotg "el Inter6s de las otram clones Exterlores qu conueiedwen faicludrtW piroductiva bslcscas ao n o quobu'iopueudon t
man ar bacew uso do p eM amerclanas en los p14- "1*t producci6n" y diatrlbel6. denr 0e mi Ultoaimuestos tue usrs a0"l5tat'La
I&eso.10bomibaroeo 7 .y 0n a l aumento de la autslo1 rouctoe0 eacl w yIla Un-" practual stua de emer .w- rmslabomanso VI
nteaad ede Nevadajaoalx e0- 01 eomucas'. d .aciin dlLde l services necoluP0v genactl" m lGom Eluneo M
n -nec ealo paM el d ier, representant para tender lam necesldadeI do gae ds.oe
oprflals de deasrrollo de lo N r dGo nbtslo Untdoa en el Con- ia economic interns de lee repS- Drier agregd que Is Naclones ...- .
msaltWb -e Ga i d~l Organizacl6n da .lO bllca, amerlcanau. Unllaa "rfluoacen el Inter6e de
*tdfh AmslIcanom presou un ]Drier dijo qlue1og l st dc W- lam e reupibllcas amerlsanua
Saald desean "ipr todl a enloam ptm f lpa e1 aumento aoe
x--,.7FwH I ,. i 4tomarnao, en a, acerca del alemaneae d o eate p- eosa fitsloa" y considers T
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Carlos. CORS
Carlos Navarro
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Drama de Violendla y Emoel6nl
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