The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01014
 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: AA00010883:01014
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zt. warnings of union bledes
it t was a Communist trick
toOdispupt shipping.
The even leaders were sealed
a ents from S8cotland Tard
surprise ralds late last t
and In Liverpool. n
he arged with conspiringt
adte the dockers into an illegal
tha I ws Cmmnit tric

tIn a brief appdaiance at Box
ree Magistrate's Court this
morning, the seven leaders were
remanded until Feb. 20 on ball
of 100 pounds (SO) each. Out-
side the court they were cheer-
ed by a large crowd.
Balboa TIdes

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bale is Ibeing wIed for
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TOKYO, Feb. 9 (UP).-Armrad task force "
today spearheaded the Unitel Sftt troops .a
ward Seoul from the osethwat, but the tauu a
slow phbg due to mines and icy ro .
The Americas had moved: fast they o "rW
Comaiwlt supply train... ,
Two ammunition dumps were captured ela,-
with 150 miles of telephone wire which h-d beWn qbj
ed originally by the Americat hi their retreat
An 8th Army communll, .
claimed 4,10 Communist can -
Ue o yterday on 6u1d c-

the Rein is beforeinging the tl
'Two boxars loaded with U.. .
weapon wer also recaptur,
but e ars had been spoiled by
One patrol plunged north of f eb
_y a village only nine muslg
of Yongdunro, an in, ,
trial city s e Han I
sauthwest of Seoul. Othen we"
fanningout though the lowro- 1 BuM
lra ing the Ran lw .
united Prn war carnapon~dmt Z B
Richard Applegate reportlo e fd t
ethe rqaihMtt lroad of ,- 2

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tween t U on the sro0ot
Srd DIvlonfrontt ta It fourMnt utf' 9Lowve ld
anm AGEo te had. trfck ot his lde
Theye UB bl without m B a B
It"l e fewer than 211.0000i wast
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aSe that tha are trying to L. Ramsy,Dom
SenerthieAfmtoe o- Lreferredto the Post Lf'
rdsh.ead CMvl Sermpyer cmmitt e.
nRorsa. Gerast coast, other
tah f forss recaptured It provides that clause.
kM 1; mile sBar b othetno section ,202of the
53belw 1l, lob w ltAt a ion Act of 1, as
Lt Sme 3j,00 men who hads ruck out. Thisclume

3E-oamer wordot ftt the comn- With the pinLngreergrn1
a~nd ar-lnclef o t-InU-in.- trefoff othee OhmanaOnofim
Red asrmedforces bha anipaent-o JOY I1and wItoJ laru*
dUhedo all hope for a c aue- ofemin two be Mrn
&0 I Korea. e Cer u thane as theIr business dIvsi onA
in a mes eme to North oean placed with the Pandama s
Premier lm I ag. Uaid: road in the new Panama Co
"MA Chinese volunteers Company, A'ON members I
and ie ot tw advance that ey a noted the prte t
aide by i, reol edefeting tof the classification act, a
the Invading army Americanla y explained.
Im ialrm and to liberate the o bill_ would, beo
whole of .Eaorea." effective next July '1

n' Chinese Overseas

%way From PeipingJ
festival also indicated which cause under Peping'sa
way the wind was blowing. The plan, Chinese o mm u n ua
Nationalists' "blue sky and white abroad are scheduled to B
sun" eWblem far outaumbered 5th column r Commnn;t'.---
the BS five starred flag display- netraton o atheast Asa.
ed frbom-hoaU and abops.
M adienes loudly ap- It has been pointed out
ldd ChIang-Kal-ahek upon the success of Sun Tat Sen's
newael screen while Corm- revolution due largely
munlst films showing Mao-T'e- funds ent
Tug drew hisses and boos. A noe wthes
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Shipping & Aie News

Fresh Fish
A cargo of tuna is being dis-
charged today from the .motor"-
fisher Louise H. to the GOMC
Line's coastal feeder Ring splice
Louise H., owned by George D.
Stockley, ra naground recently in
Buenaventura, scraping her bat-
tom. She was able to reach Bal-
boa last Saturday under her own
power but will be drydocked In
Cristobal next week for repairs.
Local agent Is Paul Sullivan. \
Service Award
Congratulatory letters on com-
pletion of 15 years of service with
Pan American World Airways
were received here this week from
PAA'a president, Juan T. Trippe,,
and Latin American Dvialion
manager Humphrey W. Toomey
by PAA's senior representative In
Panama, Elton Todd.
With the letters of appreciation
for his loyalty and service came
a gold lapel insgnia, with there.
live-year gold stars.
Ten of Todd-s 15 years of
service have been outside the
United States. He has been sal&Pdi
representative here for about two
Oil Boats
Two craft owned by the RIeb.
mond Petroleum Company are
berthed In Balboa, scheduled for
transit tomorrow en route to Ven-
esuela. The craft, designated Ri-
Colombian 1 and 2. are a former
yacht and a former LCT.
They were brought to Balboa
early this week by two Panama
Cinal pilots. Capta. Arthur Fer-
tig and Robert Boyd, who will alu
continue with them to Marasibo.
The two craft an berthed at
Dock 7-B in BalbaH. .
Richmond Is an oil exploration
company which is affiliated aith
Standard Oil. .
Cadet Ship '
The cadet ship of the Massa-
chusetts Maritime Academy is
due In Cristobal on a training

caflf March 15, according to
S hes by edoper
t L Her schedule is not
pr .p

OAstpeU Information on Euro-
oday their cost, ho-
s N travel facilities, guide
et -is now available at
the weio Avenue office of Brit-
l dsirlines.
S o day rates cited ncluAd
p ton In Europe, hdel.
Sons, meals (except
loaden and Paris where break-
fast. on I Itncluded), handling
atf euxcursions with Eng-
lishJI eing guides and personal
t :*o( te Haley-Lunn travel
Fn.1M.aU 5* *A t* aU waeA o a&

Isthmian travellers
cost of transports-
nd and back- would
t class. $310 for.what
calls "standard
1 245 for "eoofiNT
three-week tour i.i-
lays In London, two
two in Belgium, two
Vq, fourin a Swivt-
dtps at ernea'm
A i'nt'. rrtn M>H

wlrse or sung a- Ma. '

Japanese yese, which resum-
ed service through the Cal ear
Sin December: are -L n c
eir homeward trek from
Coast, ports.
Two of the Zap vessels
southbound trau*a this week .-"
the Nichigyoku Maru of the i%-
san Line, on route from Olesutu-
gos to Yokohama with a c
sugar and the NTX Line's a
no .: ,.when
service was resumed in December.
Kyowa Marn wam northbound in

350 Local Merchant Seanme.

Listed in Labor Pool or.4.

Over 360 merchant seamen --
seven-elghtbs of them Panaman-
lans-have been registered into a
local pool to provide crews lor
vessels touching at Isthmian
ports or in transit.
The working of the pool were
explained yesterday to The Pan-
- ama Ameriouan by vaen C. Mc-
fl Queen, who said that he Is more
or less supervisor of the pool.
started here about six months a-i
During the'past aix months,
McQueen said, the group lias
written to ad counted various
shipping agiAles and has placed
advertiement in New k pa-
pers In ati &teipto local berths
for unemployed looal merchant
men. He Indicated that he has
been somewhat disappo inted hIn
the results so far and .that there
has been "some opposition" on
the part of the shipping agencies.
In one. case, he said, the pool
had an opportunity to place four
menonon a due ship. When the 3hip
arrived, however, the men were
told that its master was not pick-
Inibp any crew here.
The pool, McQueen explained,
Includes firemen, oilers, wipers,
cooks, etc. Many of them have
served on both United States and
foreign-flag vessels. The majority
of the group, like McQueen, who
himself is a seaman, 32 years oldJ,
are Panamanian lctisons. The
others are Colomislans Venezue-
lans. and other Latin Amerieans.
The pool. McQueen explained,
was formed as an "organizing
and bargaining group" for unem-
ployed merchant seamen. It is
not affiliated with any union, iu-
cal or International, has n.j
standing officials. Some of the
pool members, he said, may have
been members of various unions
but this Is not pertinent for the
presentpool. Tie pool has several
amnfwn `M-251 who enrot
men orthe eand then are
backed up by "sea-minded" mdi-
viduaes who are interested in ob-
tlaining obs for the unemployed
Pool members pay no regular
dies Thu axe aanuts
Or __ C5 -
additouM flQ~wADM

he said, tire finance -9d 1
cash contributions Of tUhtMa
McQueen's headquaiten
the Atlanto side and tw -
Ity of the pool membu s
oast raidents. He
that while over 3W aro
registered, there are ov
in various merchant n
skills avalableW and tW t
any category can be p

New Rio Abajo
Church Dedication
Scheduled Sunday
The Church of Ood will d
cate a new Church on l t Stre
Chants, Rio Abajo Sunday at *
The service will cona st of son
of worship ,addresses and a dedi-
cation sermon by the Overseer of'
the Church of God. .
Evangelist and lter Hubert
Padmore will be In eh tgOf e
new work. Announcempeat toW
the schedule of service wil be
made at the ddeication serve.
A cordial Invitation Is ote8dd1
the public to join hi this serSe..

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The Panmi Co-C* Boltah Co.
The Annual Meetnag ofh the IdSloMers of The-t
Coca-Cola Bottlinr Company will be held on Taeegt, i
rary M, 1951, at 4:09 P.M. at, the main effled of
Company located at No. 19-A lJ Pmraneleo de-e -Is.
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They sat there in front of the speakers plant boair to
b ladder, these 16 old-time ballplayers, meb n u4the .n of
*4me, some bent and gray, others still vibreat in their miM-AM
S dd you realized anew how comparatively patry and nuifl.ants
are the ostentatious characters who presume to date a the poll-
Aems of America's most famous opert.
: Whatever impr:nt the snarling, scheming executives and own-
.era leave on baseball will be as nothing compared to the endur-
ta records carved in bronze, but.needlessly so, of the Youngs,
SDbbs, Speakers, Hornsbys and Sislers who played the game In
the grand, heroic manner. Their exploits will survive long after
the mean little people and the shrewd off-diamond manipulators
have been forgotten.
Their presence was the highlight of the baseball writers
annual dinner, their most successful in years, I thought, and as the
il ohl-timers stood up, one by one, in response to Introductions, the
W uiasahe ballroom seemed charged with faith and fervor. It was
gas if a window had been opened and a torrent of fresh air rolled
I t to clear the atmosphere of the ugly tensions and personal bit.
terness with which the cynical brass hats have vandalized the
*ii game in recent weeks.
But the most prolonged ovation of the night did not go to
le$' of the venerable museum pieces of Cooperstobn. It was re-
S ad tfor Artoe Latham 92 described by Ford Frick, the speak-
i a' s the oldest living big leaguer. It seemed to me that this,
S W.was a tribute to the ageless appeal of the game and a tacit
Sfander to the quarrelling leaders of their transitory power and
Influence, of how really trifling is the role they play In the over-
picturee of baseball.

S At ourtable was a distinguished middle-aged physician and
-thme baseball follower. As a youngster In the South he had
got to see the stars in action. He had thought Cy Young
for years. He couldn't place Fred Clarke. He had ever heard
S hares (Kid) Nichols. He was seeing Cobb and Speaker in the
flor the first time. It was with genuine feeling that he said:
i' '_. 'a is the greatest thrill I ever had."
: There are fans like that, you know, they do have an affec-
SI b for the game and the players who have added so much to
C' absorbing history. Even for me, an Itinerant resident of press
i' les around the country, the event was moving. I hadn't seen
S W'the old-timers play, either but at one time or another I had
I- q I up with all of them.
. 'Ty Cobb, Tris Speaker, Eddie Collins, Rogers Hornsby and
S 4orge Bisler were in their heyday when I traveled with the ball
ctubs, It is gratifying to know they have been formally stamped
all-time, greatness. I must always believe Cobb was the
21. test ballplayer the game ever saw-greater than Ruth, Wagner
r all the rest. He had so much of everything and he could beat
in so many ways.
!!':I would have to doubt, too, that anyone who law Speaker
when the Gray Eagle was at his best would seriously argue Joe
gaaggio is his superior or his equal. As I've written before there
,Iothing the Yankee Clipper can do tnat Speaker couldn't do
as well, and there were some things he could do, and did do,
I ch better. It is an accurate appraisal to say DiMagglo is the
since Speaker's day but I for one cannot be persuaded to go
\, -ond that, notwithstanding that the estimable Latham votes

t. 6. * *
i., There is a marked accent on second basemen in the Coopers-
lrwn temple. In addition to Collins, the bronze tablets proclaim
Wte superlative skills of Nap Lajole, %Rogers Hornsby, Johnny Evers,
Frank Frisch and Charlie Oehringer. I saw then all play and
-Collins, for all-around ability, would be my top choice, though
I surely would want to find a place on my team for Hornsby and
his rempj4ble bat.
S I ashe a disposition to hedge when the Hornsby debate is
opened and It's popular to compromise by acclaiming him the
greatest of all right-hand hitters. Well, he was all of that, with
a .388 life figure and three .400 seasons, his .424 in '24 being un-
matched in the history of the modern game, and on another oc-
casion, In '21. he missed .400 by a.meager three points. Consider
tbls 10-year run he had, from '20 through '29: .370, .397 '.401,
4, .424, .403,, .317. .361, .387 and .380. No other right-hand hit-
ter ever came so close to solving the secret.
In my book Bisler stands alone among all the first basemen
who ever played the game. There hasn't been a close second. Per-
lhps Hal Chase could do more things around the bar-so many
-q petent observers insist he could, that it must be so-but
I Ever saw WSaler miss a play that even the best had a reasonable
fatce to make. If he had any shortcomings in the field they
h to be trivial. And keep inr mind he had two .400 figures in the
S sirt space of three seasons and was side lined by eye trouble
J, i*t after he had hit .420 to equal Cobb's greatest year. That was
Also the season the Slaler stole 51 bases.

Along The Fairwoys

Is view of the stu.e..
of the later-Cub i.
Sanmit Wlls Golf Club vlJs:t
'head with Its er alj nt*
havtnc a mixed semhS- rp:
some on Sunday meors,
11, at 8:M as1 Ai aeuo aA
female golfers ar ta~vta 6t1
participate. There won't be .p,
let of fancy pries, but theN'
will be lots of fa.

Ray Etper Makes Hole*In-Oe'
Ray Zuper entered the mear'
betshp of the exclusive Role-IB-
One Club on Monday, morAning,
Feb. 5 when his tee shot holed out
on the tricky No. 2 green at the
Gamboa Golf course. Glenn Win-
berg was playing with Euper and
was the first to congratulate him
on this feat.
The distance from tee to green
on No. 2 Is 140 yards and while it
is not considered particularly dif-
ficult for a golfer of Euper's abil-
ity, it is deceiving and hazardous.
The tee is on the west bank of a
river inlet while e green is ap-
proximately 20 feet above the tee
on the east bank of the inlet. The
r een has a downward slope and
therefore must be hit accurately
in order to hold the shot.
Euper used a five iron for the
shot and was playing a Penfold
ball. Ray hits from the left side
which also may give him a record
of some kind.
Euper is receiving the congra-
tulations of Isthmlan golfers for
this event which seldom comes
more than once In a lifetime.
Team Ladder Tournament
Play began Sunday morning,
Feb. 4 and several interesting
matches were completed. "Wood.
en Shoes" Van Gelder and Lin-
coln challenged Wall and Cleo
Burns for their place on the lad-
der. Wall was unable to keep the
date, so "Fats" Engelke, of equal
handicap, substituted for Wall.
Van and Lincoln were two points
up on the turn, but had a few
difficulties on No. 10 where the
match became all even. The lead
alternated to the 14th where Cleso
sank a long putt and Engelke's
approach to the pin for a "gim-
me" put this team ahead by two
points. Van and Lincoln came
back determinedly but by the
time the 17th was reached they
had four points against them.
Ruth Lincoln and Pete Cooper
played as a team against "Hand-
some" Harry Hart and Monty
Lowry. This match ended In fa-
vor of Lincoln and Cooper, also
by four points. When it is con-
sidered that a team can earn two
points on each hole, the mall
margin .Q ..TicTpry ,j ,. thea
matches Is positive proo of ihe
spirited competition being expe-
rienced by .1 teams.
This is our first effort to pair
the lady golfers with the men and
the results have been very en-
couraging, possibly because"our
lady golfers are few In number
and of outstanding ability. The
ladles are required to shoot from
the men's tee, no concession be-
ing made for sex. While the add-
ed distance to the fairways at
first caused the ladles to press a
little, it is now a pleasure to
watch Ruth Lincoln. Monty Low-
ry and Cleo Burns drive the ball
to the fairways for an equal dis-
tance with most of our better
men players. These ladies, need
no concessions and lucky are the
ginks who have them as partners.
Party Nite Feb. 10
Friday, Feb. 16, has been set
aside as Party Nite. A free feed of
Irish stew has been decided upon
and from all reports there will be
plenty of mulligan available. The
music problem has been solved.
The "Society Five" have been
employed to play for the dancing
after the feed., This orchestra
proved very popular when they
played at the club ln Decembet.
Remember the date.

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BAMBOAT--Rita Lynch, elected Dreamboat '51, adjusts her
crown p,ayachtgcap to reign over the 1h annual Chiemso
J-ataonal Boot how. (NEA)

Saturday's Program

let Race "4-2" Natives-"4i Fga.3-Certa H.. C. Chave-100x
Pane: $75.00-Pool Closes 12:45 4-Nantago A. Bnriqne 10sI
First Race of the Doubles 5-Que te Cuesta F. Rose 108
1-Pajarito J. Bravo 116 6-Olory's Ace A. MeOn 104t
.-.o x V. Castillo 122 7-El Mago) B. PulMUl 11i
-afve0al O. Chants 119 8-Prestiglo) K. Flore-1 24
4-Hercules C. Ruls 123 9--Arabe A. Basat 114
O-Carflimpio F. Rose 116 -
6--OGden Star C. Doss 124
7-DulceySabrosaA Mena U8x 7thRace"I" Imported a- frO *.
8-Miranda K. Flores 117 Punse: 1375.00 Pool ClseM 4:s
9-Oolden Babe 0. Sanchez 123 Second Rae* of the B .Uble
S, 1I-Flamenco V. aI6. 11L.
St:!saee "V Natives 6% Fg --Apprise K. Mtas 13
Prse: 275.00- Pool Cles 1:15 .-Purple Sptay R. Yeas 97x
Second Race of the Double' 4--Cup of Joy R .VasAuem 120
1---ncerp R. Vasques 114 5-Islero 0. Sanehes 112
2-CasaWanca A. Mena 111x 6-Dofia Eleida B. PulidO 120
S-Luck Ahead E. Silver 103x -7-Don Salomon F. Ouerra 130
4-Hoy es el Dia M. Guerr. 108
5-Tana J. Bravo 112
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Lun: gaig" otd 5

3rd Race "F-i" Natives 7 Fps.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
I-Don Joaquin A. Men& 108x
2-Rio Mar 0. Cru lii
3-Golden Patricia V. Afauz 114
4-Don Catalino J. Rodrig'z 120
5-Domino E. Silver. 109x
4th Race "F-F" Natives- g Fms.
Purse: $275.0 FPol Closes 2:30
1-Princesa J. Baesa, Jr. 105x
2-Danublo A. Vasquea 9' x
3-Diosa A. Mena 102:
4-Tolete A. Enrique x
5-Nena E. U1vera 1Otx
6-El As Jose Rorilgues 110
7-Singapore A. Angulo 14x
8-La Espafola H. Reyes 106x
5th Race "D" Imported .
Purse: $600.00 Pool CJo I:M
1-Phoebus Apollo B. Mr. 118
2-Mlmo A. Basan 118
3-Espartano F. QuOrn 1M 6
4-Tip Top 0. Chiant 112
5-Porter's Star A. Vasquez 108x
6-Belfarset GaOome 112
Gth Race "'" I itpred -- F0.
Purse: 3400M -pool Clowe3:;
First ue of the D au -
1-Lightnin g J. Phillips 110
2-Mon Etolle V. Araui 1U1

rPurse: $M.oo46 lNWCI 4AI'
1-Levadura J. Bravo 110
S-Polvorazo V. Castill 110
3-Galante II 0. ranches 110
4-4uavo 0. Chanis 115
8-Apretador K. Flores 1 Q
6-Own Power B. Moreno 116

9th Base "B" Imported 7 Fgs.
Parse: 40.00 Pool Close 45
1-Blumaha V. Areas 117
2--Lacey J. Bravo 134
3S-Poleckas' O. Sanchee 124
4-Secuestrol K. Flores 118
5-Charles 8. V. Castillo 114
6-E1 Monge F. Guerra 134
7-Beach Sun M. Hurley 116
I-In Time B. Moreno 124
Ith Base "r' Imported--% F7g.
Pae: 1375.00 Pool Closes S:TI
1-Dust Over J. Rodrigues 121
2-Mete Bulla C. Doss 120
3-Cinta Azul F. Rose 120
4-Porthos J. Bravo 111
5--Gay Arlelj J. Baeza, Jr. 108x
11th Race "1 saves 7 Fga.
Punrse: M.M Pool Cloes ?t?
1-Golden Girl J. Phillllps 110
"-Stella M. Guerrero 110
3-R. Hood, Jr. V. Castillo 113
4-Tin Tan F. Guerra 130

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THE Man4lttea College bas-
ketball ftt.g focuses at-
tention O the gamblers' effect
on the Sae..
It m! It ,aid that the
gamblers ve. a lot of the
players J g through hoops.
Eavesdropping in the stands
at big Molegiate games these
days, you'll Ukall to hear con-
SversaUk :lie thee:
FAn A: Hey, who are you
rooting for tonight?9
Fan B: I.d nt know yet -
haven't seen the points.
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Fan 6: What are you major-
ing in at school?
Fan D: I'm an ecoonmics ma-
jor I want t'se a gambler
when I grow up. V.
Fan E: How do you ke your
new house?
Fan F: It'sa oming along I
have a lot of things to fix,
Fan r: Hasalp, poBeeJ




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7 Fgs.

Pool Closes: 2:55 p.m.

1. PHOEBUS APOLLO ........ B. Moreno 112
2. MIMO .................... A. Basdn 115

3. ESPARTANO .............F. Guerra

TIP TOP .................. O. Cknum


PORTERS STAR ........... A. Vmquwe lOs.

r' IELFARSET. ... ..... .. .... R. Gm 11

5th Race

"B" Importeds

Purse: $750.0

6% Fgs.

SPool Closes: 2:55 p.m.


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Back Unsigned Contracts
By United Priu
PITBURGH, Feb. 9 *- General mm
Branch mickey is having trouble getting PittibA
players to accept terms. -.


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salary outlay rather than t
pay chepks.
"Rickey believes that when
time haa come to cut a play
salary" says this source, "I t'v
An wall tl A h i- -14

yeamomdy and Pave "or
of hi tens Incident inAU
Laren says the fans e
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w get unuer way ay 7a V. m. r ., ana dso- W"** 3 -- -- mu we'a to get r.d Of him maw down here and O W
the ht of eb. w the a* who have thr.Don't forget, Rickey ne er g t, It was p
Sning ceremony b at Arnold Man- oland one plB r a salaryt newit in e
Sm. .then on te Sn be right GUN CLUB n his seven ears as eeral Larsenwhle
:p. m.laten on wih th chnce S manager atBrooklYn." Auetnn
W a Ue asthNATThe Pirates 4 M did recover sone on. iten
.n.. cham" wlt rN there are O W algned contract yesterday. t fan clapped at Art
Defendi*nt kn ofeIni Y W aHlltoftOefUght are came from Mel quee=, who l won 2I pdtulrt
o'f tghem niidat l am..eum.fifve pam &rand lost 14 last sea.-
4h15.I will be back to defend % titl o I Jim tow" 31t rrew son. -tsigned at the same Lar" n sys he bopietox
ad record e t ar tit lub, Jim at salary he dre n 1950-. to Australila.
'A'i record set last yo UiI.t O Ie plnys Onnd Lar-M t e Otrerpdaverstgyt "Im lonint today for
Cha5ieo McArthur, unOd r f Jim Brady ad La" announced Wahl and Qutfielder Bob Well-;ur.: oxpla Lo
my year ofa. ;and at qflction man of the A's; Pitchirs Dill the sr:n, I plan
Y___allheanjdo-_Ilion_._ mice an. rIfle over ang and John Hartsell and In. bledon, whore I h
*b I Io'of ltU Marks- fielder Mel Hoderlein of the Red crown; Then..I'll bak t
mashp rd course, will be ox: and First Baseman Hk oh to
Hraall O ft tanhaday, start- ArI qf.the St. Louis Browns,. n t a IJl iV i
H1sall-O f-Fam ers Rabk Wo t In. if Owners Charley .and1 Da&s
BS lW obst L team At),fd cor Witt ar Interested in aelpn O an the
ment^ who __ ^*^A^M bestf.1. LP$*E3 wuin abnte" that includes 35 twealt n laf
G Cobb AS Goame's est L !p .. W.(
aa Allte V a te ta* oo dal, or an addl- p fs a ndieal does P son, be ble to k0 -
ba. o already e there movin thev B n Tr I ha m
Swnow: 0 will five nl Out of Lu Lis f I to We r "
ST Wa t NEW YOR, Feb. 0-With the Aa AWboa ounu. A won 4
Team Tee .......** 4 men who layd the eam all eano fa in 0 and
SOne. ......... .6 t 5" CN'Inn N d ft next IIs.N
vil verges are a fol- The old SOeora ch per- and aeon to for thpre will be Wilt, the ertrai
lows: sonaly dted the i a poll rtoo. me la than he been presetatlve in tHorae Ashen- sot. as to loah
r atlamholding top aSa tNt of the li l1Inab tof heoae la br ecnt felter, former Pmnn Matoestar, yorio14.t 1ltoe
i Ti o t f 187 for the Nall of tame, e nth t lik e to peik at Thelourase to be will con- now attach to the Boton of- r matMe,
el National Leae tea0 or name like istofthe usual low fi
Iln htier 148. Cla par be w a al ua- bt CbbC an in t on, lu shot
*m ipsn Ginger almous hoi9e of a l-abl croap wid whose oss tre, alo ng position
ant w e of130, fol- of stars from basesa pat. ar was out o shots or a poeible total for \
lowed e it and lla e lntylsght. He'e perfect shooter of 1e. GUj
waS otae 19. .T"Fm they eel that nobal none of of record of 193 out of 1 ,
rtway," 1i k" -e ar o to- m the ular military
"But 6 lfl*dW t4wL with apo1 onalter-d
Ruldqult. 3 123 134- 391 sIaglte out M&. n ma TR .-ito ,on Ib ra ds.1 onetmay.
W or .11 11 119- 57 are teo-saw patilb to S- a and hot oneo thedas and s
. 6 131- 398 ader" ven break it, but they'll know
To IS .12 182- 604 ut from the old old-timer, to ov s thor. done some shootIng I
andiap. 3 la-- the ldt Cobb they do.
Iot M l- ib.I IseetIu-tter I withthh We msn tammmlo Te mT Match
o in-everad e "old=Den- -id Set forF ara. U n
i a TWOi ton (CW To The first of the regular month-. WALTHAM
Price li i 19 1 359 11 '!as toer ally but r alcanal aM f 3 S*oting As- 42.50 .;
Harts . .134 1i- 3a97 2S-lyear a have to i .ord. ilationt iJseheduld to b held up
eicod . 173 i8 155--45 think a t he oul Carl Hubbell was u M- a- the Balboa Gun Club's Far Pan
Handicap r7 37- 81 nWt be o." phatdUlnfatvwof ptorangeonSundayr,FeD.18at
i. 1Tha tIt er's an1le. Now "The Babe." salnd l"e ar am. This match will be for five-
Total.. . iaot 50 7-1650 how t b' ea basle. "wa in a cla- by wm man teams, team member* to be
..... _runnfitg_ .-- named beforehand, and will coni.
TRAMT3iRE wweh st l ab strong when uofr 60 shot with the .23 pi.tol.
Better. .7 104 1i,- 385 I cate up," ela i ley Coch. tON-ESUNTIAL The combination course, once
Blount... 10 16- 387 rane, one e the a-tue catch- over the National Match course,
Smith.. U. .4 11.- t414 u n "He wao always on Hallandale, I. OA). and once over the Camp Perry
Light. .. 34 45-- 421 ba iA u knew he'd try to Having waived Sit A OR course, includes ten Shot Slow e
steal. But he'd get the Jump on essential steel and other Sare fire at fifty yards, ten shots slow *- ,
Total . 1S 45 s99-1577 you and you slant throw him materials In the in rests of at twenty-five yards, and twenty
ereout e wit a rifle*.so" aid oondlmna, S-a each timed fire and rapid ti e at
TM Com t Park won't have Its clubou twenty-five yards. More deta la4
StUon .. .. 188 117 133- 388 elem waan greater ready for a planned Mar. gn ton match will be announced up
Browne.. l.. 7l. 19' 8-"301 else a was a greater taaguraL later.
Graa. .... Ill 104 13 3 87 2-
Ka 7 _"I "I1I I 18I I4 JJ
Handicap. 36 ay 88- .2
Total.. .. 528 o f534-1578
Priles were wonF the follow-
singe.Ge Co ommer l1 M QARte FRA MOUSRWATCH
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Panama Amerncaui Cas

SALE:-195G Chevrolet 2-door
'e Luxe Styleline Sedan, under-
c' Coated. seat covers, finance avail-
ob'e, phone Corozal 4198
fCR SALE: 1930 model A Ford,
550.00 with 4 good tires, sealed
beams, Bldg. .823, Curundu.
FOR SAL:-Fontiac Sedon $550.00
S come look it over. 25 cycle motor
1-2 H. P. $25.00. Phone 2-1714.
It FOR SALE: 1948. Dodge Sedan.
S :tecllent condition. Telephone 2-
FC't SALE: '49 Ford convertible
L with radio. Can be financed. Call
SBalboa 2550 until 4 p. m, then
SBalboa 6341.
FOR SALE:-1940 Buick Coupe with
S rodio, good condition. House No.
R-31-F, Rousseau, C. Z.
FOR SALE: 1942 Mercury Four
S* Deaor Sedan, Duty Paid. House
'E C':26-C, Ancon C. Z.
FOR SALE:-Buick Sedan, good run-
ning condition. First $75.00 takes
it. House 763-B Los Cruces, 'al-
[ raoo. Telephone 2-1335. _
S Lte Medaels
Seed Ceedmie
SLow. Lew Priceel
Fienee Avallable
$ Cedlllac & Pentiec Peeler
SFOR SALE:-1947 Nash 600, 4 Dr.
a radio, $695, four 670x15 white
S 8 W. tires smooth with tubes
| $16. Phone Albrook 86-4239.
I SALE:--1947 Chevrolet, two
; "Uosedan, undercooted, sat cov-
s radio and other extras. $850.
Phone Fort Kobbe, 6149.
SFOR SALE: 1949 Noash "600" 2
door, good tires, new battery, re-
i cently overhauled. Reasonable.
Phone 4-369.

I Real Estate
P R SALE:---Good income, property
S newtbeach at Seadliff Acres, con-
5 1,i.00 meters of high, level land;
with water and electricity. ONLY
$7,500.00. Terms to responsible
buyer. Phone POSEY, Balboa 2698.
IF SLE:-1941 Pontiac "Chief-
Iti.'" four door sedan, radio, heat-
er; ..efrster, two tone blue and
gray tas been undercooted. Low
mileage. Cp1ll Fort Gulick 88-374.
f I R SALE:--.147 KIaisr. recondli
ftlned motor '$S6.00.r0Cpl Coco
Solo, 427 between 4:and"5 p. m.
FOR SALE: Speedboat Bargain.
Ford conversion, extra motor parts
Very fast. Demonstration Saturday
or Sunday. First $2J0.00 takes it
Foglrberg, Cristobol- Yacht Club.

r Houses
at Las Cumbres. Recently built.
For more information call tele-
phone 2-3580.

S Boats & Motors
L.-R SALE:-Fishing Cruiser, 22 Ft.
Chris-Craft, topnotch condition,
S"-'No 414 Gamboa Yacht Club. Will
accept car or outboard motor in
trade. 501-D, Cocoli.

Help Wanted
WANTED: Reliable salesmen to
operate as club agents. Excellent
caommisions Wonderful opportun-
flty. Casa Feoll, 10th St. between
Central and Justo Arosemena No.
6013, Colon.
1' WANTED: Female stenographer,
Spanish and English, familiar with
menu terms, speed and accuracy
essentials. Apply Mr. MacDonald.
room 146. El Panama Hotel, be-
tween 5 to 7 p. m

IflNTED TO BUY:- I set of fur-
Sftiture wood or bamboo, washing
machine 60 cycle, iron and other
domestic articles. Offer your bids
_by calling telephone 3-0471.

I Legal Notice
S., Baalbeen Divlioe
*. lahe-r A She.
"* , Deceased
-No. 896SS, Probte
NOTICE Ie hereby given that a potl-
tea for the probaer of the will of
tlaer A. Shea., demased: and for the
lsUta*e of letters testamentary tro' Jo-
Sset Francls be ofe Balboa. Canal Zone
Sa filed tlb Court on February 1.
S e hd the abruary 15, J3ll. at
S'eek. *a uvsIn the Courtroom of
Court at Amen, Cals Za ne., has
s t for the beart.i of lid pMtl-
e. rn au where anr persoa In-
m,, a p*ear and oanteat thol
06b and S.how us If ea. whr said



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Household '
FO SALE:-Dinlng table. buffet, 6
chairs, $30; China cabinet, $25;
Vanity and bench, 25; Treqdle
sewing machine, $20; Small drop
leaf table, $6; Desk $5. Tele-
phone, PAD-2107, house 557-B,
Curundu Heights.
FOR SALE: Wicker chairs; porch
glider. 60 cycle, 1-4 HP motor;
table lamps; floor lamps; and other
miscellaneous 9tems. PRICED TO
SELL. Phpne POSEY, Balboa 2698.
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, Westing-
house, seven foot, $40.0p, 12 inch
fan, $7.00, kitchen clock. $4.00.
All 25 cycle. Stephens, 419-A, Co-

FOR SALE: G. E. refrigerator,.25
cycle, all porcelain, large maho-
gany China cabinet, large maho-
gany library table, large mahogany
settee, porch screens. 12 inch
electric fan, exercising machine,
end tobies, garden hose, kitchen
utensils, cabinets, lamps, pictures.
mirrors. 767-D, Balboa Road. Tel.
FOR 'SALfI:-ZTwo 25-cycle Electric
Refrigerators, Six foot Frigidaire.
porcelain inside. $60. Nine foot
Coldspot, bll porcelain, $90. Rud-
dock, 615-A, Cocoli.
FOR SALE:-Latest model Westing-
house refrigerator, 2 months old.
Large freezing compartment, If in-
terested call Cristobal 2591 after
7 00 p. m.
FOR SALE: 1 baby carriage. I
stroller, 1 trainer, $15.00, 1935
Ford, $35.00. 1 .sewing machine
with table $25 00, 820-B Empire
FOR SALE: Used Welbilt large
sized gas stove $50.00, for ins-'
pection at rconogas, Lux Building
34th Street.
FOR SALE:-Conn E flat saxophone
in good condition. 1 bedroom set
mahogany. I refrigerator Interne-
t:onal Harvester. 8 cu. ft. Fco. de
la Ossa Ave., No. 10. after 6 p. m.
FOR SALE-China cupboard, cabinet
for under old type stoves, sectional
bookcase, violin and electric fan.
Call 2-1334. House 1560-B, Ca-
labash. Govilan.

Acquire good posture balance and
rhythm in Ballroom dancing pro-
feHsional instructors, Balboa YMCA
Hornett & Dunn.

Make your daughter a lady Through
music one of the fine arts and the
soul of culture. Children 750
adults t.1.00 per lesson. Rupert
Bennett's Piano Studio No. 9 Juan
B. Soso St. Telephone 2-3883,

Newcomer Back;

Will Return To

DC In Two Weeks

Governor Newcomer returned
to his office this morning after
about ten days In Washington.
He arrived early this morning by
air from Miami.
The Appropriations Commit-
tee of the House of Represen-
tatives, before which he was
scheduled to make his annual
appearance on the Canal-Rail-
road budget for the coming year.
was not organized while he was
there and he expects to return
to Washington or the hearings
In about two weeks.


beauty service Is offered you Ot
the Genell Blissm Beauty Shop..cool,
quiet, relaxing atmosphere..prl-
vote booths for face treatments
tints, bleaches, et., professionals
in styling to type. Cocoli, 4-557.
Tuesday through Saturday.
sove $150.00
Les III If
Lem ki I, |

Fsyne nled.
Lewe f: X
misetleBd- ~ rJny itf e
adjoining International Hotel'
FOR SALE:-7 Ventlon Blinds 62
I-2 x 52 I-2 in. Made by Cowes
of Panama. 20-B, Curundu,
C. Z. -4
FOR SALE:-Nqw 10 :meter Elincare
Beams. TBSk -m b50 transmitter,
Melsner Signal. Cofibrotor. Phone
2-3341 or house A-0528. Guyo-
can Terrace, Ancon.
The CA&AF Post Exchange Service
offers for sale by soted bid, three
13i 1946 Chevrolet, stake bodied
trucks. Trucks may be inspected
and bid forms obtained at the
Central Exchange Warehouse,
Bldg. No. 511 Corozal general De-
pot, any day, Monday through
Friday, between 7:30 a. m.- and
4:00 p. m. Bids should be sealed,
marked "Truck I'd" stand either
mailed or delivered to the Centeal
Exchange Warehouse, Corozal, C.
Z. They will be -opened at the
Warehouse, in public, March 9,
at 10:00 a. m.

FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apart-
ment, best location, very cool.
Bella Vista. Call 2-2443.

FOR RENT: Beautiful furnished
room with private bathroom and
kitchen. Electric refrigerator. Near
bus stops. 43rd Street N 1 3.
FOR RENT:-Furnished ream, well
ven)lated in family +touse, with
telephone. 43rd St. No. 43, Apt.

Bitter Cold Holds
East US Ice-Bound
NEW YORK, Feb. 9. (UP) -
The eastern. two-thirds of the
United States shivered In the bit-
ter cold today and skidded on
snow and Ice.
Weather forecasters said no
relief waa In sight. They nored
that the Northern Plains, the
Great Lakes and Northeastern
States and Canada were "one
huge ice-box" with temperatures
ranging to 35 degrees below zero

It was 47 below at gudbury, On-
tario, where a Camadlan.Pacific
trans-cantlpental train en route
from Montreal to Vancouver
crashed into a bun Firstaeports
aId eight persons were killed and
at least 18 Injured.

Dea"h Toll# I
SAINT PAUL. MNanh, Feb. 9
(UP).- The death toil in the ex-
plosion at the MBneAOW. Mining
and Manuf 'ig Company's
plant remained l 1l today, but
doctors feared that mrL of the
55 persons lIjured may die.
Ton official of the .irm -
which manufacture setbch-tape
and abraisives .Is flying here
to confer with engineers on the
amount of damage, and factors
involved In the explo10on.
The blast yesterds Waw caused
by leaking buntas It smash-
ed walls and heVraehinery at
the plant and thre 4000 of the
firm's employee oat of work.
Another 1,500 will work today
however, and the company said
it hoped to recall some idled

Fire Cam. Htevy'
Damage to P Home

,ud net bhe em ted. HARTSELLE. Ala. IUP) A Damages amouting to several
as Akron. Cms lane, this football game plunged Hartselle thousand dollar were rstered
1, s51.* Into darkness. A football, punted today after a S # lre4 .ery-
C. T. M.iomSr. Jr. high Into the air by one of the ed the lower toge .of- private
Clerft o courn layered, struck an electric wire. home on Fifth Beet In Pan-
t WR 'TZ causing a transformer fuse to rmq City near Panama's Post
21 "04 wMA blow out. The line was repaired Office on CathMtBMlws s. .
SIn about" 30 minutes The hou W the property

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GRAMLICH'S Santo tlara
* cottages. furnished, e.ectrc, rt-
frgeration. moderate rates. Pltae
Gimboa. 6-541 or 4-567.
Williams Santo Clara a l
wo bedrooms, electric *
rion, Roeo as rangWe. Phone I
boo 2-3050. Except Weebrhr..
GRAMLICH'S Santa Clw'sb
cottages, furnished, electbrIcty *4
frlgerotion, moderate rates. Phone
Gamboa, 6-541 or 6-300.
FOR RENT-Beach cottes S
Balboa 2698.

In best location. cool and mode$s
chilet, two bedrooms, living-Atm,
diningroom, two porches, kitchen,
maid's quarters, hot water con-
nection, lots of ground, 150,00.
27th East 47th St. Phone 3-2220
from 6 p. m. to 8 p. m.
FOR RENT:-Chalet with two bed-
rooms in San Francisco, $70.00
per month. Call Balboa 2698.
FOR RENT-Furnished or unfurnish-
ed house in Arraijan near Arrol-
zono restaurant) 2 bedrooms, llv-.
ingroom. diningroom, maidroomo,.
both, kitchen. 2 services and yard
big enough for poultry business.
For details 33th St. No. 22. No. 22. Phne.
3-3318, P. 0. Box 1318, Ancon,
or 56. Panama.
FOR RENT:--Chalet with two bed-
rooms in San Francisco $'O.00 per
month. Call Balboa 2698.

FOR RENTs--Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Maxi-
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment.
Call 3-3404, Panama..
FOR RENT:-Nice furnished apart-
ment, military inspected,' Via
Porros, 99.
FOR RENT:-Furnished two bedroom
apartment, with maid's room, gar-
age, two bathrooms, telephone, at
,44th Street No. 37, Apt. M. For
information call -at 2-0160 Pan-
ama. between 8-12, and from 2.
to 6 p. m.
FOR RENT.-Completely furnished
two bedroom' apartment, vicinity
Urraca Park, Tel. 3-1844 from 6
to 8 p. m.

Magib Silver W Wl
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Engineer Aoard
Bearing her critlcB~y- sad
second engineer. t. alT
Forresbank was tui at the 4asU-
tooal oreaklwater at I alM. to-
day. Tne snip will De .-et by a
doctor and an ambUlaneb whi
oe waiting at the ForrebapW_
berth, Pier t-C, wheut abeDl
No word as to the' Injured
man's condition had be= xe-
ceived since late yesterday wien
he was reported to De "reetfUL"
Neither the injured man's
name nor details of the ,ae.P-
aent in wnich ne was hurt-bate
been Inclu.ed in any of "the
messages sent here by the- fta-
ter o0 tue Ban Line'r freight-
er.He was injured as 7:10 am.
yesterday when a inch bar per-
zorated nis chest wall near the
heart, inflicting a deep chest In-
The master asked for gnA ali
ambulance out was told that
tnere was none avallaol her
but was given medical 4str&-
tions, relayed by radio. from Dr.
IEugene 1. Brman of tae Gorgas
Hospital staff. Dr. IArman advis-
ed the Forrebant's captain to
arrest the bleeding, apply pre-
sure bandages and to give seda-
tives and a shot of penicllin.
When the master answered
that there was little external
bleeding and that In the absence
of penicillin he had given the
Injured man morphia-taIlet be
was Instructed to apply sterile
dressing over the wound with
tape to prevent air leakage.
The last outgoing menage
from the Canal Zone reported to
the Forresbank that no suitable
vessels were in the area with
medical facilities and sugeed
that he proceed to Cristobal at
maximum speed.
The Forresbank ia n rqte
from Mobile to Afleba wth r
load of sulphur ands e car-
go. --

of Ms, 3Joseb ui.rr, a nl-t
dent o C I ..,.. .. ...
Panama City firemen te
that. the bawas incwetad
when a caee of giflPO 4I 1N
burst into laiN i
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oremment based on rem or
democracy. I am confident Iwtill
be vindicated.".

Announces Whiners

Canal Zoon w i te$s C hAB,
ter development story conteNT
ansoed by the Latham Foun-
daon Oa d, Caliornia, for
students in grades five through
niLe have been announced o;'
the Division of Schools.
First prize in grqup one of the
contest, for which all Canal Zone
students in grades five and silx,
were eligible to compete was won
by Margaret Welsh of Santa
Wras prime winners in group
two- for grades seven, eight, and
nine Were Clifton Henry of Red
Tank and Carmen Welsh of San-

We rs of Red so of Tn.
lot Wltrds of Red. Tank.
Se pries winners seven grade
five went to: bere: Alfredor anm-
ers elat o Red Tandy Dun-
nfng. PeTo Miguel; Betty Forte,
ilver O Joyce Jordan Pral-

Third pr winner in rades s dee

lhoarteo Margatta; Dora s Ro-
berts La a;Benino Thomprade
Ion. CTva Chiva; and Victor
Walters of Red Tank.
.. Th storit. were salbmittedto
lto atlf m foundation last WNo
wemaber. I is a national contest
at U i smt, second and thirty
u, sMt4. offered in each. of
U e tvo divisdos.

RudBy Fire

LANIMO, Mich., Feb.9, (UP)-
Th roof of the 3,500,000 seven
story an StateOffice
ldaU9g caved In early today
while ftremen battled flames In
sub-ero Fahrenhelt weather.
The Ste Fire Marshal
beleved the bla, staMrted In the
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7b. Gorgas Hospital. g y
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-VORGT WORTH. Ta. (Te feta- t di Plvo
t Worth policehav PA Iam Chw aw with arl J. Pa nobed wol ad Mdhi to
L" turned up at h du: of o tHhe e The Iditlt Is
firwehrat the f ?
Sacred At the the reor. alub ad S s ar
officers he had Io of the a' In Mortaoope
S- from his pare t i t,r tgaidt
Saa the nickel fortt t" I t in the new nalds. Aa when -orth oae-al-
.leter because he taS 4to .OII V 1I t established so-rMleII that ,sl agi
bt the coin Into the mh lY Juy -. -' e ol i It mt. be
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be beat set that"he so-
S" .. utlly h d two low hf rty I -
r "jf 't .,, ference Imo I& it a a d r I to
O. On o. doughnftslit t has a la-
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0dHe'llcatc ou,*- .. nllt t becomes that the
is ar'm-o s g.. po t 4oet one cird In
you're srreltsi .. Pad fftini' suit. In this .
S sweet, oNwlr1 "%lm" nu IaWorth opened with two club and
Flattering PFade "" rI tIas Sdiamonds and spades. It
.. dy- _. Was-tnImt unthinkable that he
orem"-..g lpm, v0 dry, c loOuld heys two losing hearts.
nMverrgreuy. PAd'p"iUp". SPlith should have bid five or
you IsfitM hmeuty-toay lon- es, almost exactly as
and on fresh and radl n the nleton heMt ad
end ." in+~~e and r0olil m In in might In his own
hand. Then the lydown ldam
woald have been reached.
Ne Service wn Sunday
W a burglar alarm rang on
Swlch him With the Sunday at the Utah state liquor
S. control conmmlson's store, offl
kiweble halmnr of ye. 4mi2 swarmed to the location.
m frnta rom Xurope, standing
Sa They at the counter with ar-
Sf r blank filled out, wantin to
i w" w ill V0 mil -d leWaited on. Attendant%*I :
turned on the alarm system wlen
*. _____ t left Saturday nlght Ibut 141-
...de to ?ethe front door.

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Su.mMr SuImS for Trawl
In all te beittf colors of ftrbumi
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At Both Our 'Stor
21 Central Avenue ... 4 yol. Avenue
Open froem 8;b a.m. to S pa. and dautsm soon 4ur.

uhristian Science j

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burns or rritates. Its drieb, creamy the
with an extra-mild beauty-cream ingredi
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pairte-leaves your ki completely
refreshed. Start yor Woodbury caimn-
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Lord McGowan arrived on the "Flamence Wednesdsy,
from England en route to Valparaiso, Chile." He wAs a gt st
iAt the British Consqulate in Colon and with H.BJM. Consul
and Mrs. Raymond KirwiL drove to the Pelifle Side for lun-
ebeon at the Embassy with the British Ambassader, Mr. Eric
Lord McGowan is one of the leading Industrialists of
England and is head of the Imperial Chemical Industries. He
rsalled yesterday. /

.. Cistobal Woman's Club
S. TWhe cristobal Woman's Club
held their regular monthly mee;-
Ing Wednesday at the Gilbe 't
House with Mrs, R. W. Rubelll
S presiding. She Introduced the fol-
S lowing new members to the club:
Mrs. Alien R. Flinn. Mrs. Ches.
S C. Maher. Mrs. John S. Palmer,
and Mrs. Donovan I. Geyer.
Farewells Were said to Mrs F.
E. Williams and Mrs. W. D.
Dunn, who are leaving soon with
their husbands to make their
homes in the United States.
Mr. Lesleigh Davis, Executh e
Secretary of the Y.M. C A.. cave
a talk on his years in a Japanece
ea was served in the dining
room and on the verandah b,
Mrs- Eric Fagerberg and her
committeee. Mrs. H. P. Beving-
toki and Mrs. E. W. Millspaugh
' preMilded at the coffee service and
Mrs Robert Neeley and M-s.
GO .ert Morland alternated at t.ie
Mrs W. T. Jefferies donated
ttffNiolls to be raffled and they
were won by No. 6. The holder oa
Sth,number was not present. Tl.e
winner is asked to call for the
S doQi at the Gilbert House before
S tlpext meeting. If they are un-
claimed another drawing will be
hetd at the March meeting.
: 4 Club Enjoys
wMaoing Coffee
The Triple A. Club, of Fort Da-
visar, et for their monthly m.ret-
S tg Wednesday with Mrs. Thominis
M.Larner for a morning coffee.
Mrs. J. H. Wiggs was co-hostess-
S Mrs. Milo S. Gardner gave a
talk on her life lfl Key West.
The ladies present Included:
Mrs. W. D. Bailey, Mrs. Truman
Bennett, Mrs. Robert Carroll, Mrs.
Paul V. Davis, Mrs. J. T. Dona-
hue, Mrs. Louis Fournier, Mrs. A.
F.- Greene, Mrs. Manning E.
Htchinson, Mrs. Henry Hartwig,
Mn A. E. Hill, Mrs. David R,
S Kuhn. Mrs. George Kennedy,
Mrs William Lindstrom, Mrs.
John F. Loyd, Mrs. B. K. Ogani,
Mrs Albert Picclrilli. Mrs. James
Scarborough, Mrs. Walter Skels-
,altis, Mrs. Clarence Strike and
Mrs M. R. Berger.
.t an 'oyage Parties
'Troop 30 of the Intermediate
Gi l Scouts with their leader, Mrs.
Ralph Maldoln, assisted by Mr.
41_ MSIolm, gave a cook-out .at the
r' Community Fireplace in Oatun
S Wednesday evening for Deloces
Gavin who is leaving by plane
Sunday to reside in Waynesboro,
A carved statuette was given
the honoree by her friends as a
farewell gift. Delores started uut
with the Brownie Troop in atm, in
and was one of the few original
members of the troop left to go
Son with Scouting.
The Scouts-present were: Di-
,' ane Hannigan, Jeanin LaFunt,.
Barbara Thrift, Shirley Ceepars,
Linda Cunningham. Wendy Cot-
ton. Rachel and Rosalie Rauel,
Oarce Argo, Dorothy McCuaig,
Sarah Barfield and Judy Mal-
Merit badges were presented to
Delotes for life-saving and bird
study; Linda Cunningham and
:^ Wendy Cotton received their er -
ond class badge and back vird
camper badge; Grace Argo and

Rosalie Radel received their back
yard camper badge.
Laura Louise Gavin was honor-
ed at a picnic supper party given
the tame evening bh the members
of her Sunday School Class or.
the lawn of Mrs. Lee Nash, the
teacher of the class. .
The chUdrem gave Laura Lou
a mouse figurine and the story
book in which the character ap-
Mr and Mrs. W. C. G@vin and
Billy Gavin were also guests At
the party. The others who parti-
cipated were: Ann Reynolds, Bev-
erly George, Irma McCuaig. An-
dra Lee Nash, Billy Thrift, John
Hawthorne. Dale Meeks. David
McCracken, Mike Barfield, Mrs.
Kerdis E. Meeks and Mrs. D. Il.

N.C.O. Wives Club Meeting
The Fort Gulick N.C.O. Wives
Club held their regular meeting
Tuesday evening in the club
room During the business meet-
ing the president. Mrs. Chris
Palm Introduced three new mem-
bers. Mrs. Robert Moore, Mrs.
Norman Neff and Mrs. Artnur
During the business meeting
Mrs. Gladys Smith was elected
vice-president and Mrs. William
Bell was appointed librarian.Tha
by-laws were amended to allow
the Army civilian wives of" Fort
GulIck to join as' associate mem-
bers Mrs. Cleo Barr, the social
chairman announced the next so-
cial would be a picnic on Sunday.
Feb. 18 for the members and their
entire families. The time and
place will be announced later.
Mrs. Palm closed the meeting
by reminding the members of
their charity projects.
Weekly Card Games
at Fort Davis
The ladies of the 764th AAA
Battalion met at the Fort Davis
Officers Club Tuesday for their
weekly afternoon of bridge. Mrs.
George W. Kennedy was hostess
for I he occasion.
Mrs. John T. Donahue was ve-
ry lucky and won the high scor-
ing prize and the hundred honor
prize Mrs. Albert Piccirilli receitv-
ed the consolation and Mrs. Wal-
ter Skeistaltis received the travel-
ing deuce prize.
The other ladies present were:
Mrs. Thomas M: Lamer, Mrs. B.
K. Ogan. Mrs. Robert Carroll,
Mrs A.. E, HHIU.Mrs. Henry Hart-
wig, Mrs. James Scarboroigh,
fMrs William Lindstrom, Mrs.
David R. Kuhn and Mrs..James
B. Store.
Mrs. Hardison at Home
Mrs. Grady Hardison has re-
turned to her home in Margarita
with her infant son from the Co-
lon Hospital. The baby was b'nn
Friday. Feb. 2 and has b2en
named James Calvin. Mr. Haidi-
son LI employed by the Canal
Zone Police Force.
Hospital Note
Mrs. John D Huff of Coco Solo.)
is a patient in the Coco Solo Na-
val Hospital.
Brownies Have Picnic
at Coconut Point
Brownie Troop 30, of Nc'v
Cristobal. under the leadership (of
Mrs. R. E. Cox and Mrs. N B Da-
vison. assisted by Mrs. Williae


SMi.eing In "L'ets Dance"
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V-8 Has Lively Favor a

Wholesome Goodness

no Sin764 te can mauchf

In V-8 there are 8 delicious juices
of garden-fresh vegetables-not just
one. That's why V-8 has lively flavor
and wholesome grodness no single
juice can match. Each juice adds its
own tempting flavorplus vitamins 8
A, B. C-calcium and iron. Your
family will love V-8. Serve it often.
nwery sla *f V4Is a ddlicks bhead M ,
Twema. Celery -ee Carmts 4 SyPe
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PALERMO, Sicily, Feb. 9 (UP)
-Police scoured the countryside
around San Guiseppe Jato near
here today for an ardent young
Sicilian lover who tried to kid-
nap the town beauty but carried
away her aged father by mistake.
The kidnaper, Onofrio Terra-
nova, 28, often cast furtive
glances at Anna Cipollaro. 18.
Three nights ago, Anna was
alone, embroidering by the light
of a kerosene lamp, when Ono-
frio and two companions entered
her house. Anna fled into a bed-
roop, hiding under a bed.
Anna's father, Balvator, Was
asleep in bed.
The bedclothes were bundled
aroundd him and Onofrio and his
companions carried the old man
off, thinking they had bagged
Papa later reported to police:
"They didn't want me. They
wanted my Anna."
ROCKFORD. Ill. (UP) This
city solved its sparrow problem
quite accidentally-after it had
worked out complicated schemes
to kill or rout the birds. When
the city installed mercury lights
in the downtown district the birds
fled. Experts said the mercury
lights "may give off a dlstgrbing
sound," pitched so' high It Is in-
audible to human ears, but an-
noying to the sparrows.
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sour beon ca asS Mor
litehoura-quck- MssatpkiqEolI
You'll prompdy help sotuhea
cess stomh acid ma "fuill ftlis"
overnighst-Nexs mWereiq, ta
Eo a s 5dD, M!ade tealdve jum
before bi khsa. et: me only
dimrec-t ay s -is told I

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lute held a picnic at Cosutir
point t Tuesday afternoon.
Four scouts in two teams built
he fires for the girls, They were
3rian Cox, assisted by Johnny Jo
Wa)l and Barry Davison assisted.
by Mickey Whitaker.
Mrs. Hamor Hostess .
for Club Meeting
The Fireman's Wives Club met4
this week at the home of Mrs
Roger Hamor of Margarita. They
spent the afternoon playi:
bingo and the prize winnwt r:
Mrs. W. H. Casswell, Mrs. Ja1.
LoWe and Mrs. Thomas Halbo.
Thie other members pre1ihM
were: Mrs. C. .. pughes. MTr'.
Hoiia Collins, Mrs. Jack Rice d'
Mrs. Jack Dwyer.
The gropp had donated cannid
food for the Old People's Ho:s-
at Puerto Pflon, which was cw
elected dilring the meeting,

New Churckh U Op

On Alantic S9ide
A new Anglo-Baptist ChuritI
has recently Jreen organized on
the Atlantic side ofrthe Isthmus,
A group of Baptist famllies, in-
terested in establishing a Baptist
Church for those of this Faith on
the Atlantic side.. have been
meeting weekly in Bible Study
and Prayer Meetings for several
The Church was formally Or-
ganized, under the leader the leaership o
Rev. Fred L. Jones, Southern Bap-
tist Home Mission Board Mission-
ary. on Nov. 30. 1950..
The new Church will be knwao
by the name. The Atlantic Barp
tist Church At present all serv.-
ices are being conducted in OG-
tun at the home of Rev. Jones,
house No. 222X. Worship services
are held at 9:30 a.m. Sunday whit
Sunday School classes at 10:30.
Bible Study and Prayer services
are held on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
Plans are underway at present
for preparing a public place of
meeting in Cristobal for the new
Church. The building will be rea-
dy within another week or twot
A series of special Evangelistic
Meetings is planned for ( this
church for the week of Feb. 18
through 25. This series of meet-
ings will be conducted in the new
location in Cristobal. Announce-
ment of this location will be made
at a later date. Until the Church
occupies the Cristobal' building
the public is invited to meet tor
worship with the Church In the
home Of Rev. Jones.

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BY ERSKIa ONSON on sendnl
NRA Staff Conrespondent Am ad is a bid
for -andmid

he surprised If Helen Hayes and
Ohare MacAthur legally adopt
young actress Bethel Leslie, a
closw e d of the late Mary Mace.
Arthur. Bethel has become Hel-
en's. nseparable companion . .
Pqter Lawford's mother, Lady
LaWford is serious about a movid
career aid is asking agents-to
u#%o10t her name around the
INtor. .ontany sii.ms, who de-
nied our exclusive on her separa-
tion frm Hyatt Dehn, has npow
admitted that it's true.
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E-opener: Alan Curts and
his bride of six weeks at the
Palm Springs Doll House. The
Cartis' aei Uidng at the b
of Alan's. t wife, Ille ntM=
sey, while ions Is in New YTrk.
Helene Miller's costume part
with invitations reading: "Oome
Dressed As- the MovO Star You
Hate Most."
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Looeek laWr skin tOA Wleo
Davis to put an engaemnat tin
on Terny Maore's fisaqt a&y ay.
She, told me: "e'NS-the sweetest
most modest fellow PT ever
known.". . MGM waaft array
Parks for another film after his
00co-sta tint with I Taylor.
... Robert Youn Is noatin
for the movi r e to the bio-
graphy of Dr. Cisonee Clek Tat-
tie, the famous oanoer peelalist.
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The advertising atakelines fqW
"Valentino" will read: "o Many
Women-So Little Taim,". ..Qer-
aldine Brooks is hot for t1 fM-
me lead in "Skid Row" at Fox.
Pretty model Jean Calder-she's
in the trailers for "The udlark"
-is testing at the same studio.
Director Lloyd Bacon to a-fer-

Tennessee tDcter

After JiMing Nurse
BROWNSVLL, Tenn., Feb. 9
(UPi.-A $25,000 bIeach ot pro-
mise suit against a 66-yr-old
doctor accused of "jilig a
dotor accused of0 t
nurse after being intimate' ith
her during a four year romance
was in the hands of an all male
jury tonight.
Since women do not serve on
juries in Tennessee, the case
against Dr. W. D. Poston pro-
minent West Tennessee wider,
will be decided entirely by men.
The case went .to the Jury this
The suit climaxed a romance
between Poston and Mrs. Ruby
Wells, 44-year-old widow, which
began in 1944 and ended in 198.
Dr. Poston said the romance
ended "when she wanted -mb to
marry her or give her $5,000."
He admitted from the stand
yesterday that he was intimate
with Mrs. Wells on third date
and on other occasions during
the romance.
However. he denied he "made
repeated promises of mL.iage"
tions on her and financed a rip
to Chicago for another.
Dr. Poston said the first lnti-
macy occurred "in my office.P He
then described a trip back from
Chicago and said Mrs. Wells
"came from the day coach whete
she was riding into the- Pull
where I was and asked 'Is thee
any reason I can't get in wfl
you?'. I told her no, and she got
In the berth wtth me."
During her testimony, Mn.
Wells had said the intimLacies
occurred "n 'a -a
ist courts and FCUC
and that Dr. Ptmut
"two llegaluppDatweMp
gave me g fl9*4
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line is too low or. you're In
high." *
One of the ..u
characters in "M,tEA
Show" ia trsb
writers Richard .
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Celete 1
ders have
from star
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W t:'"I state to a-e Mn
bkelvujise when It Gotat Dam
&-l a. aUapff."
taid Barrymore and MOGM ar
ag it a day ext month.
fe-laaae,...Cary Grant
*aa4 ets Drake have join"e
oywaoeds Ngeh BaDck Clb.
1k '.nstd a big iheek. evary
: toDavid Oa .elk k4a elear
the way for their "Mr. Blidilngs"
r tg series.
Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
are back at work on "Atoll K" In
Paris following. Stan's four
month Illness...Joan Bennett
and Mrs. James Mason are pre-
paring a radio-TV show for
sprng production.. .Luln alner
makes a stage bid for a movie
comeback here Feb. 20 in "Joan

The ritic who carped at Brod-
erik Crawford's performance in
"Born yesterday" haven't sent
the strapping, tough-grained ac-
tor to the weeping handkerchiefs
bin. Growled Brod on the set of
Columbia's "R e Ae m b e r That
"len s~taW suffer by comna
pasrio. i another guy oriin-
ated the part, you're dead. The
wont thing that can happen to
me Is to get fired. 'm gonna be
dead a long time anyhow."
The Willie Stark of "All The
King's Men' 'is playing a police-
man who becomes involved in a
Srime ring in his new.plcture.
"Look. It's just a western set in
a poloe station," he shrugged.
Brod's answer to fight fans
who ask how his feud with Co-
lumbia is coming:
"We're in the nodding as-
qeuintane stage now."

The beauty know-how of movie
queens from the time of Theda
Bar. to tomorrow's new glamogr
use will be ladled out to womi
in the forthcoming Hallmart
movie "Secrets of Beauty."
I asked Ernpe Westmore. who's
busy prepanrhg the tell-all film,
what will happen when every
Susie looks like Hedy Lamarr.
"Don't worry," said Ernie, "It
won't happen."

Gambling Charge
Beaten By Sleep
DISM1IGHAM, Ala.. Feb. (UP)
- Anee Davis won her freedom
her by proving she was asleep
when officers raided her home
and arrested five persons for
Theb arresting officer testified
thMfL.0 Woman was awakened
*D .Wejad sleep and tabR
The judge ruled that
*rtE oeI t because sahwns
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Pf Must Be Based

Oi Justice, Morality
By Bruce Biossot

ZL1AWK peace is mankind's mreatet drr. ar
out u gIa Is never lost sight of. Noble tb .
uMNtions and the United Nat .t m i tl.am
" ^% _war threatens, the mattde of 1t Is I
voad with especial fervor on many side. s a,.
aias lf_ the most diabolic of men :Ln 1ously the
int holocaust of war. .
tt in the tense days on the approaches to the el a
aln categories of men come to feet that somehow t are ti
par&ular suardians of peace. They come to Wem that the
revere it and desire it more than most others. .
In the struggle against Russian communalsm Pme Mil
Ister Nehru of India sees himself In much a role. *. ta.ks an
actg as if responsible men in other free nations do t want pea
and are actually committed to war.
He declares in effect that the task of the o t_ 4 nesG
lover is to stand aloof from the "ordid" onfl t BaO
and West, to keep from becoming entangledd In t. sees uth
true seeker after peace as a mediator, a coom ml t o thl
NO one would wish for an lstant to detract tr Nnbahru
idealism, or from the hlxh prin iples wich motiva att ince
savocate of peace. But it is appeared huat h of hi
aind do not appreciate the essence of meanln t .
ieice is not simply the ambence of shooting. itaon
violence purchased at the price of surrender of the woflS flae
Ideals of freedom and fulfillment. You do you bewayour ne
abjectly before naked, brutal aggreI Ion.
Peace that yields all power to evil forces is no7t the soS
mankind seeks. War is a fabric of unspeakable hlnoi, but t t
better than a peace which crowns evil es-the *Ot,.
The kind of peace that men all around. tI.ga worn tfo
can have no taint of subservience to evil. e Peace I vet
special qualities.
It is based, first of all, upon international Js '."That'
a mouthful our statesmen often utter but don't bO~tb t explain
What It means is that peace, to have Wsting ; wrt provide
a fair prospect of self-fulfillaent for all nation a peoples
Oppression or slavery or degradation in any corner heart
menace the structure of peace.
PEACE is founded, too, on sound principles of Internatlona
morality. It is not the product pf. nmbral trading wIth an evi
enemy. It is not the product of political dal with totalitarla
force. Such deals are not steps to peace, Mr. Nehru. They ar
non-military victories for the enemy of. peace.
A real peace is not static. It is not- a vacuum. It Is a positive
thinI. It must be waged with the sam vigWor as war. Its fund
menial qualities must be guarded jealouSy If and then they are
achieved, .
Indeed. there are times when free man si be willing to
FIGHT for that kind of peace. contradictory though this may
e or it is not for the mere Gquet of a gun-stilled world thai
we strive. It is for a condition macmu men that will jnak. the
fi rng of guns a course of action neV to be cqasideted.

ijTbme. hW eameeu qeis 0f The 0Aqa
Lett er are ceV ae9refu1 0 m ra handled in a who*y centl.fetI
If you *eatrmlhutea tter don't be impatlent if it deas't appear the
met day. Letters a publihed n the dder y to khep tie taenes limited to ne page length.
Sf letter wriers I held n Itrietae staftIdnse.
imewpapIr masulel me eapetsblly for Seltments or epinilsm
espoma ed In le erI frnm adeQdrsk

.. Santa Clara, R.P.
ditCur. Mail Box:
In a recent issue of your paper
In the Mail Box there appeared a
letter siged by Zonian regard-
lag cotages at Santa Clara
each, R.P.
It is very evident and regreta-
ble t the person who wrote
this letter happened to rent a cot-
tage that was not Just up to their
expectations or they had never
been to Santa Clara before. or
maybq they shopped around to
find a cheap place to bunk and
up for a few nights.
I am a frequent weekender or
longer at Santa Clara Beach. and
have stayed at three different
places that make a business of
renting and have found that
these cottages and there prices of
N$0.00 for a week end. consisting
of Friday night to Monday morn-
ing for four persons is not rob.
These places do not furnish "in-
ens so I know they did not engage
any house of these three grouue
and am satisfied that any of the
cottages that I have stayed in
would more than welcome Inspec-
If Zonian foundThe cottage be
rented so dirty why not complain
to the agent or owner, and noti
condemn every one else, or was
he ashamed of his companion
and maybe frustrated in his de-
I have found Santa Clara sim-
ilar to jther beach resorts, you
got Wh1 you pay for and beach
resorts are not for cheap people
who cannot afford to pay for a
beach house.
Satisfied Santo Clara Rentr
Cristobal, C.Z.
Mall Box:enerally known e w
Regarding a U.?. dispatob ap- I
peering inlast Sunday's Panama- I
Ametican. It should be noted that I
the four chaplains honored by "
President Truman were not all I
Catholic. a
As is generally known one was I
Jewish, one was Catholic and two i
were Protestants. i
For Aecuraey's Sake


To Mail Box Editor
.The V.F.W..FrankP. Albrook
Paet No.3g2, wishes to thank the
gearal pubic, who attended and
operated in making the "Car-
a lal Nights" a great setes. The
t alsoe wishes to thank a
Aool girl. Francises Preto, who
Sated her "Piggy a" Mv-
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oldtimers on the Isthmus still de-
voting his time to charity, also.
Joe.Bourgeois, Pete Monaco anJ
Leo Clements who did a wonder-
ful job on the games, THANKS A
A special thanks to the press
and radio for the publicity given
The Committee
Balboa, C.Z.
Editor, Mail Box:
'l is especially directed at
"ly oy Joe" or whatever his
name is anyway, the guy who
has decided that he has nothing
better to do than to warm up a C-
47 or C-54 and spend a substan-
tial amount of the taxpayers mo-
iae by making PRACTICE take-
Offs and landings from Albrook
FPild always using the oath
over Balboa which is very defin-
itely a POPULATED AREA and
usually picking such times as Sa-
turday or Sunday morning for his
practicing performance.
Who is this carefree disturber
and who permits him to do nias
practicing, always over Balboa -
why not take-off upwind over
Albrook way for a change--or
better yet why not practice his
take-offs and landings from How
ard Field where he can risk only
his own neck, and where thert is
plenty of Jungle or water nearby
for him to dunk himself In rather
than run the risk of plowing up
some living quarters and property
in Balboa. And, what about the
people-? Here is this man train-
ing to be a pilot over the heaas
of people who are innocently try-
ing to sleep or rest. or just live-
can they do anything about it?
NO. Victims. What a deal.
And, regardless of which way
the wind blows. "Fly Boy Joe"
must always, roar over Balboa.
Sure, It's downwind Very dan-
gerous and hazardous. Who per-
mits this wild business, or does
"Fly Soy Joe" Just take-off any
w" .he chooses, anytime ne
dieeI? Such loose operation.
lubdayhe decided that 9:00 p.m
W. the opportune time to oper-
itsc What a character.
And who doles out this gasoline
fW -W buy Joe' to practice on
-that costs money you knuw.
lapayers' money. If he must
= eses flying why not let him go
to Korea and learn. He could
drop a few bombs on the Com-
ies witle burning up our money
S#tbe rate of about $100 per hour.
Ioart .At careless and expen-
..-t Isn't it? Downright
l1len would say, "How
et and Carefld


Into "not taking it" I
It Wa. no whim that put In
ttisl ind hIs agents on of
W f.radar-atomic l C r-
lt wintery weather. eg
CAN tarat out on their pro- in
o Se Chautauqua to th
mA0 their people for a ble
w- scAheduled on Feb. 11 th
SM Nwa York. There, thoe ti
*ue lae beewn briefed at bu
f dlosd sessions on the St
pm w CuWrtain circuit D
*i. ftt how to .rise t
SthaOt th sre' o
ust bullets. It all wh
sound like a i'a- pu
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coid outside. t
/tea hots 'oe nbIgs
red hot -
Behind eand fI -doa I
in city alter dty, .1Y-

agtatr I have
this minte"M sOrres t
twice In a ecade o2-'T War
ThLe d hod s id
me the s
4 involved a
e sneak. picture r on a
e speaker's yWp t and
I- have posted 6 t% .e d-up
- profile on th un-
* gracious eaft ind over
these bar-aer*t fntmed
- cities. In t nt, I t gat I'd
he pay them W v ursonal at-
IN tention. So 'se flowed
them into thee cities after
some of their closed strategy
d sessions.
I've iound that these pro-
C Commie labor chiefs knock our
t war bond drives, sneer at our
e need for weapons and say the
i war is for Wail Street.
Their technique Is always the
same. Only the fades are differ-
s ent, and I have-seen their
e faces wide open. They are the
s leaders of the no tiq United
Electrical Workers, wnlh the
Atomic Energy says
t is persona non- In atom
e plants. Here's the way they
worked it in Pitfburg h Just
al as they id in tts and
Lynn, Mass., several Jersey ci-
ties and in Brookl1 halls --
r wherever there is a eoncentra-
tion of vital eleetroil plants:
In a large room at the Fort
Pitt Hotel on Jan, 21, they call-
Sed their hard core together for
briefing. There were the usual
h speeches against "war million-
aires," against speeding up war
l1 production, against working
1 with our war boards. But the
,n climax came when speakers told
e their lieutenants that the sale of
war bonds should be slowed up.
e The listeners were told to say
that such a sale would create s
e depression. Go ask them why! t
But, they're out to slow.up war a
a bend sales. t
Y And do you know that these *I
men and their aides operate I
t freely here in such plants as the
i Westinghouse Air rakes. Union b
Switch and Usnal and the i
Westinyhouse Co. where as
some of the most vIl war work
and atomic experiments soon s
will be in full swing? These UE o
people just walk Into pldats, is- t
sue cards for membership in I
their outfit, and It's all legal I b
Apparently they are under
orders to reflve the Party .lmnew
days of the Soviet-Mas pacte[
when that great lover of hIu Ii
vanity Herr Molotov said "Na- II
mism is a matter of taste." Re
had tasted it and liked it for a t
while, judging from all thon II
loving snapshots of himself, Von s
Ribbentrop and Herr Stalin. At
all these recent UE sessions the
spebkeri used the old Jargon. 0
p"phy war emergeney.... the a
wf)kers are going to suffer for n
Wall t. war profits....no speed- 8
up. .no no-strike pledge." 6
There (U., for example, a u
mental little US leader call ut
ed Jim MacLelsh. whose idea
of public relations is to use
the unprtntable Anglo- t-
ZSi o Aof 20 reporters at one a
time. I recall Jim being so 1
winsome that he wtas taken t
thsr h the great Sampson h
MaW Base in the war. put
up a the guest of the Con- -
Sefore and shown most of
IL secrets.
W0,. he's still operating. He
rma one of these lefty briefing
aessaio in Elizabeth. New Jer-
sey O. the night of Jan. 30.
There, h attacked the kind of
war Q owe praised so fulsome-
ly nU at Samsmon when we were
on. th sde of the Russians. Last
I d. t night. he said that tr
"pushcart peddlers became ml. W
lonalres" during that last war P
whew we helped Stalin save P
him[alf. And he added that the oC
workers should not stand for u
war again. He shouted to 300 of
key aMin there that they must vc
go out and resaIt all speeded up
production re
TWO days later In New York lIn
CItv at UI headquarters, 13 PC
nFUb Ave.. to be exact. The th
Brain himself spoke to splie the o
ieagment for defending de- ta
ytlf j trghout the world. Iat
t brooding Ji
l.ts veteran of 30 years o
itei d Party line operations. a
*Bm) were 100 key war plant Bu
stwds pusent to hear th .
braiing brain from the Bal- I
kws, whose official title Is U. n.
rganiesatlon Director, Just as ml
Itaeie Joe himself was once. D
MM) subtle than the others. p
Matl told his men just how pr
mIhaqw expenditures. And how mi
tbS workers were to be aulded r1

WASHINGTON.-It is too bad that in these
oubled times Defense Mobiluer Charle NI
Wilson cannot be regularly eahbited to selected
guided tours. During the mOln perhaps,
groups of the more defoeatst poual s and
government officials inlet alt-rnate %th par-
ts of worried Alls and o the nagrowr sort
businessmen; while larger ttoqp o. ordinary
voters could be admitted Mn' tie after MLO5 .
The mere spectacle of this he_, tw-bonsd,
cd-faced, ham-fisted man I reass r-
g. There is something nat l ndtdp ne and
powerful about Wilson that mist. o e even
ie sort of politician who an1ay has eyes
nly for the main chance. And I I would
1k for a bit in his plain tnvarnled way
bout America and Wh Americ a can do. the
aubt and defeatislm I Which most people
ammil wallow nowaday would be suddenly
spelled, like smog sh .d g away before a
at of good air.
What manner of man ChaNIs WU may be

Ifense Mobilier's enonp powers over
odection, manpower. WSb, ,petW a-
lals, housing and res qpedl ire ir h.
rved in the miffed rgflwaI oe CabInet
embers whose new bos n e haId i fat become.
the country, has effort probably fe lttle
ced until the man the stret feels the
evitably unpleasant firs ffdctt f thet f
shortages, labor dsth ca .I th like.
"The worst problem I've ot" Wso hin-
If. 'is that we have to tet wartime measures
peacetime, when p aren't .ready for
em." . -
e penalty for havg- k up or
lc, Wilson's task. dl ee _to
Id I the dismantled t U
seible interval. thuAI pin-Ilmm
tern defetse IA -iI I_
e. b'lcause thete.
it off for so long,.i I .. ep fo I

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l es ae ir e dteIeIdfnt of your o :WhsNRJ:te:
UM2S e ATW pepe, are r tarry a the
renf We a proud or av on uton to our
ane bit
Senator Capeha-rt-
Darkly an1d Sienator 814g -, ...a ..e I.
duak-oesting eontest. .
ter ducks a roasted t I ,
has Improved its devices for bombs to their tar,
the future, the Air Force will lo be able to drop .a bo
a dime... So many Ameca eqpos are up
Iron curtain (sent via our am s) st 5 Trusal

Army would Uke to ktop Ui. B... etergai w.n in KO..
talking about their war Inmprlkeii aater. 1tey btIack. Ca
Maj.O en.FO Pfesa to p dsm
these stories as bad UBait but Ms te" w"
worse I the A we caught trying to gag wounded GJ
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rumnous. And still we haven't got muc hto show
for th sacrifice except inspirational conversa-
tion from sean, mall men who are notable
mainly for Inc=mpetence.'7
Tbs.uist.J alps, andy rearrange it
upwards, I creaj wide pay agreements and
becknin f'e to aeom ny the new
scale. If its the mark of the ascist state. or
e om st state, to upgmrae costs and
le,.t t w'6uld be no lest the mark of the
Faist at to downgrade them in the inter-
es of the .peple.
If we prepare a parity for the farmers, and
set up .an arbitrary depletion figure for the oil
prptos,9 --ad sell. silver ..t; i -d-such,
and set taxes at so-and-so, and oinUe
and omatourselves abroad without
p 9e -ors.act.. Co e tenWetot aon
trolled state and we 4t;4 :weVll controlF
4tap .ppelta direction.
ThIemis no real reag r as we approah'Itull
oo Lrwh y we Annaot aoise a r0arly V postwar
prle for meat and bread and houses, and pig'
at pre at that figure. There. Is nessity
for pegging prices a the top of an artifclfe|
boom which .ha leaped merely because of a
profiteer's cpitallat h on stual Immedlate
war and the prospect of a big one.
There is money aplenty being made by most
everybody If you need some dough off the top
the way to take it is in taxes. A smaller cost
of living means more money In tales for the
government, if you have come @-ong to limit
Marles, too, .
The tame thinkers of Washingtob have thrown
their hands in horror at the mention of ra-
tioning again, but you must ration if you hn.
Mct ceilings and curtailments on a country.
Under price and wagr and material control only
so much stuff is available. Unless it Is rationed
a few get much, and many get bttle. Rationing
Is the answer, and you would think today It was
spelled l-e-p-r-o-s-y,.

needed to do It. In this business, It's the coun-
try you've got to think about." is
The Job he has set for himself is nothing lesu
than a permanent expansion of American pro.
ductivity of between 11 and e- per ent. There
were three approaches he OMld choose ftom
when he was named Defense Mobilizer. The first
was business-as-usual, which meant not getting
the job done at all. The second.was going onto
a uu war 'bass, which mha w -l w aole
economy upside down fto5 su wof
production needed for a uooth Wv: and then
seeing a great mass of oblecent weapon pile
up and the economy sgo lt a e dive, I war
did not come." "
These approaches e he iA ted, favor of
the more Imaginative one nently lifting
the whole national econmi to a entire
level at which enough will be ce to iatis-
fty defense needs short o t-ot 'war ad
to maintain the present American lIvng tand-
ard at the same time. Be figure that f the
country accepts temPoraf n f t e.t-
reas goes ang on &Ues tUIn e tr.e
tritons to prevent swelUig e consump-
tion, and if business and habt oppetate, it
will take about 18 months
"The orders are going in-now lie eplai
'Pretty soon, the bad. ime we ela, when
the controls pinch and there a' peUaetlob
It In around a year and a half evp tht lt
ed defense items ought tp1 bq comin E
production line so fast they'll aed the tateof
STexas to store them I ;.".. ; ,.%_,
It sounds simple .w.sa -lkUL' To R vean
feel It will be easy W .bqhh IIe o4 rt i'
stance, that the war potential oi Amauericn..n
duasry. having already been doubted and mpOW d
and quintupled between 140 ahd 194 has In-
visibly ncread by another 50 per cent be-
tween 1945 and 135.
In fact, of course, there 4lW9
or simple about this b C Ml
already immense proe -t ,-.,.

S et brickbats, before t.a
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By Bruce I
NEW YORE.-There Is no single, solitary rea-
son worthy of serious consideration why an ar-
bitrary rollback of prices cannot be effected by
ny government brave enough to avoid poll-
4tal. e Oupdlawy In .atering o..votig Interest*-.
rollback which would maybe make ordinary
L"ing leS than a-rat race.. I
There is a lot of hocus-pocus In economics,
but It is largely man made hogus-pocus and. it
always seems based more on demand than .on
uppye- Another name is selfl6snea
We have done nothing actually constructive,
o far, in price-at-wage control. The actions
if the boyla Washington today have resembled
he skWttthess of a bele trying to make up
LCr mnd which swain to kiss or whether to
bed -her'dabious favors at a.
s. elen Housewife is try to arrange
udpgt today to fit ,a leapP l wng coat which
r mAd ..e t a 4. us au efl taf
S and ther home ie CMar uxury
teams, some of which eac ne a pa a .eeit
nrerase since the war. This then has; at no
time since the fighting e*Ade In Japan, been
iduced by severe shortages, crop lfatfun or
The government has atoesum ed vast amputts
f food it oan't or won't Is at home, and has
bipped out vaster amounts. Everybody's made
noney. The depression. we ortesaw as a post-.
eript to WW II has bee; yqpcoed by boom. The
xigencies of our military bave not overtaxed
s--we are only, now a belatedly, rebuilding
he force we should have kept, and being slow
bout that.
The selfish and sometimes venal Administra-
ion has made a disgustingly small effort to
hove a stopper in the spiral. It busted up a
ast fighting t to pleas. the votig consti-
It has attempted to keep everybody happy at
is own eventual expense, to wheP thne cur.
ncy Is half- wrecked and taxes are once again

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SPoder Ejectvo National
.2l Milnaterlo de EducefB udl el preo' facultadeq
;IB entidades aut6nomas aejmat tratidr aHma.
=tnomta,y la Seccl6a de Bc-. A eata reuniln, que ful e-
atla del Ministelo de fi ;d a br.4 B.r U
etln Soclal, han qqedado f- nde t to 19
de lo department d04 doat a.in
que el Goblerno pOI de la c
eargsar para ajuta, tlen a
preupqeto naclnal, segaq un .an B. Arias, de la
amoCo on .el debate que eoatv- Melo y elipe 0. Parq.
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s e'*. PeAi-f' O.m. "" "" ral MacArthur voI6 ba-
6, ., CIAe Coes parn otra confern,.'
doa Cob asw Commndaetna. de.
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tables cambloa al prv9acto.

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Ayer en las h ons de la tar-
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urbamaad y, como logical consecuencia, es muy difi-
Scil.que vista se pueda practicar en los planteles de en-
sehanza en lo que a los alumnus se refiere.
Seria de desearse que los dirigentes del Minis-
terio de Educacion rectificaran el-error que se ha
cometido en el pasado, incluyendo la urbanidad en
Slos progranas e studio.
Muchas veces se ha dicho que la cortesia y las
Sbuenas costumbres tienen que aprenderse en el ho-
gar. Ciertamente que es alli done se comienza a
Scimentar la cultural del individuo, pero eo no quiere
dedir que no correspond a la escuela modelar en *1
s i personalidad lo mismo que su inteligencia.
Si las nuevas generaciones no tienen oportuni-
dad, por mfiltiples circunstancias, de sprender al
laile de sus padres las mas triviales'normas de ur-
banidad, quiere deeir que las personas que se hallen
en este caso se irin levantando sin conocer las ele-
mentales prActicas de cortesia. Y entonces se begart
a la triste realidad de que el pais podra contar con
miles de j6venes, capacitados por Ia escuela y a6n
' por sla Universidad, pero con un depconocimiento la-
-mentable de las reglas que la sociedad establece para
, regir sus relaciones dentro de los marcos de las
buena. costumbres.
' Tbdavia no es tiempo de apreciar en nuestro
F pals las consecuencias de esta anomalia porque se
* dispone actualmente del ejemplo de ia vteja genera-
Scln que si tuvo oportunidad de aprender on el hogar
Sy en la escuela la cortesia basic, por lo menos, pars
: desenvolverse sin complejos ni asperezas dentro de
I la comunidad. Pero despuis de algunos stos se co-
o menzari a sentir la deficiencia cuando las genera-
Sclsones de hoy no puedan ofrecer a las del future el
i o.eloW minimo de sla urbanidad.
Ojali que se comprenda a tiempo lo que ello
Saktnificarfa para el prestigio de nuestro pals. Por
|4 a lparte hay que tomar en consideraci6n que con
sme afeetari enormemente a numerosos j6venes
per su ecapacidades sobresalgan dentro y fuera
Retpblica p$.&oe no can lo atrium.
t d cortessfa isnpensab es que tanto contribul
o1 t a defit la pewnmalidad-ihvidual.
T Serfa de desearse que se pensara seriamente eo
!.eamendar el error y se dictaran las medidas concer-
--aentes para reincorporar en la ensefianza el estudio.
I'de i& urbanidad.

SRed Panamericana -

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Yo ltengo IM amigo -
lente, esaudioso, 'JoVen,"
discretisimo-- que se g -
cuando habla de lecturit-as _O e
migo. Y, par mi partner, dis maafrUs
to a mi vez eseuchAndole. 5 ass do
Deo antemano h1y que
tear que tens onu ind
dancia do criteria digna e ders iw-
da loa. lo se deja canvence de la
par to qoe le dicen. Y-- 'Yto
su Juiclo, original msiemp re,.
taero, en ml conoepto,-
yoria de la veems, a .
eacucha PFor lo menos en k i-.
caso aontece adi
En sigua oaWten is h'* 7
Vdo un libro u otro con ap
tualsamo. No aes ha desado d0-
veneer par .i. L dosh ad
do una hora a la obra
puds me ha expuesto su pIn- A
toa de vista. con claridad y me,
Par ejemplo': es un decidlft
devote de Aidous Huxley. Y
no loa em de una coeuencalais
.de Huxley, de evelyn Waugh.
osa exposuel6n de Huxley do-
tallada, vlibrante, con sus diA-
logos escustos y. cuamados o
Ironia. le impression. La m-
pleealones do Waugh, su e2x0e
alvo deeadentlsmo,. le abutae,
No he lrobado afn Ilevasr.
alguna novels de Virginis Wolf:
pero lo he de intentar. No me
import descubrir ml Juego con
antlelpaol6n. 8i que ml amio
Y dif Icl y curloso lector, no
ae dejarA influir ni por imagi- di
nare que se trata de un ex- T ll
pernimento miao. l
Este caballero, que ademi ems
un escritor agudo aunque pe-*
rezoso, ha leldo con interds las S J1
obras de Plo Baroja, sabre to- O M sf atoo aco e an
do ias de au primer ipoca. ostpoah eVeM ss. Gtuat e, l .
/Y no se ha detenido demasla- t haer demuestraeloa paAsetlebas nM " t "
do en las del a uiltima do A- amat a.n- s e- istal ea ana A egm n(
da. Diflere de mi en esto. Pa- ,,-S3 itedten q -
ra mi guato ea sugestivo sabre sM aeusutlm era unte Hir ss
maners el Baroja de 1940 6 ra imfoms, eaa a1o6 tei d l er ares. c
1950. Par ejemnplo, la erle doe m y mmbeuer. lee heweele dSft adoire de 1 i 0 I aE On a
narracilones, un tantico deals- eag n ret, se dadySme ey Um m .Ptw
bazadas que Integran "El Hotel deu--- auoda, ye eamtwMmglf *el *b..sfu i
del Clane", me parece de maxi- reime a V reaosrde S frngrsam sle a. as0n35 n
ma calidad novellstica. Hay en mr6n le ha da eo Bait, el bJle mayor del sds11 P0 E P6reI :
ellas un desprecdo par la tc- "En BeogetA ut fata doe hace lee InaeM WW I -
nica novelistic que consldero causp4d alSgqol egh a no aneestes de bmbeea c
domino de esa tdonica. Me oeu- portee es- ea te- ias Bems s ponen a le teeho' doe tone- .L
rre con Baroja algo de lo que ladb e od bat aueto n m i ap lto aapsgan'... .
me ;ueede con *Stendhal: que Pere despuds de leiUn vUivia yo a desar t qM us alpo
plea ha superado la tecnica. seoojteto egan E dt a tsranMs arnmis. 5r .felf t si
Y lo que 'hallo en Marcel me dUo: "Cande eut tu a, me avea. Ca el mare asto Ire O
ProUst: quf a fuerza de pres- a gTern a Rla a oni ml prutiea oWa te meoWt Wpa- e
ciddir de ,_ tdanica, queda en que aeelo am lWe eM tS 3 o._I. aeg dao f
metro deta t6ca4es. bomber n t I tforme ala l 0InA, y_ os i iV
Forque w no m n_ sepa- ta f l o e J I tenM... C o. e ale depawite r
.rdo do Proust Egna el n Sil A la di.mreeeml. is Pelaersa u s
taa sensible del aka ".El rul, em eataMss mauchs. Jt
cimino .df an" uce a"so e "s M m is cl6a y.para 5 ei udad, pen" n Il
1a emoe etaf no ewi" A=i s 4a8 tea" v a ommaAnl a Is tI
4kp..dt- )! l tohi.ofl .r totstf., none ye

E o"en a e 4 ateer maNeu. a -Nu- ex
nes m oban a lamente to dGOaI I Is fhdo An- r
releerc. cyo. l piumade per a l Cler l ne maiM Iam eleindo me di- r
r8 Se) 1W'O d p trsA a teRo igse sMday eer o ms: d
ro U s*- Se "ratlammente No em.te uaso si uNea sosa 7 eY redree
.cIaV al1page soa pwmfeflA aIS. DeSeOme eSSodF eSme oS nUn-
de Proust. leNobrlo die parm ests pauis. Qua l Club KeRaf usewoe l_ tuabajo
deg ntldb *.N 1 re- deI ra hbsar Reos tlqueem y es Y pegdl Me1 lMaudoe NeBogte
..ml embargo, est a4 u comandante GOs ds, que enGxfIt6 y mdUt el pedeil qum o e M
mastift41 nea. Porque l al- ia a hase., Ind6 lee mil oe aAe debian elaOrse oles ran.
Miego. -00a cn Ion problems gem y die l.sttsrm miues- de e -r 4- moodmldo em ia
pilqultuieos, y tada un de l organisacn del eP1 bombt.er e. W mantuvomeo -
personales de Proust es un oa- representate e at e sal der Julle Pawdioe Aa. T le rest
so de pulquiatria deftnido. Co- ese servielo la e Md par&a que uue elelsfistleems lo Uamnra
mo el mismo Eroust. diab6lico y uns latesO lkdljlese creOtn...
Esta colooacl6n de lector en El somansaBJ OGinitde, q tan general y efumiv.amente le
paiquiatra me educe. Zn rigor babia servldo a gota, ljer el m els e.TAla t Maales,
se trata del lector que ae crea- y entleode qua e s a e iJete es. lia lims fornms fe
dor al mismo tempo. Creador lievadeal Euad' a Ve ls. Era a homlb f de fortune,
conacinte 0oco~eat,.". twdi d-,re-e l,,w y tuba em rl a indemgae.
No ser-yo q a un. plqula. to"a'e.- hiooa t.:. :.eaud sto.
tra en Este empefno de anall- I prelsideneil de aIs rebie, v hw r"b st"d, tdo ha.;-
zar las rseaclones de ml amigo, birselo propuete, ee Indo h.de habefllo P imwsne Igms de.
pslquiatra y lector? ann popularidad fy 5a e, Fe. re i M S e ioTI*.
pTal ppecupacl6n por est- de eordiadaid sea 6atd elS ae, de ejerioclo toe io su._d
diar las .acolones de ml amigo serleclo a los permglMM pot i Usl am&e. e b hsou sa n Put-
me llevat decidir qua ello as cl6n de santo I th de oe rw l e dus ,_e -,
possible. quien today las eldd f" '"N"o we a n. de ham m = -
No soy un entuilasta de lo sen, mufri6 an golae iul Ifess sS t n fau 4mu y mae-
profesionales que me quedan en so indirectameaotses m. it.e4 tI aashe C.d elube a Is
aficionados. ion la que casl tumba, la i mHaAlfestaleMa in a e'_ ammi esomoviem. 7
slempre :se quivocan. L for- doeletaron al anelan6. L. ue qu t .a ensme s m.'erte, .s"-
macl6n espirltual no constitu- cudlento come .do -rre aSo .lea ap "OlS siikd s-
ye un prejuicio o una abstrac- 3tn canmoviendeBu pMW e e a e tris. ean 61 tIlSisa
0l6n. so me antoja neeosaleRae lbuenos, ve.i.....m l,_l _sweqoen Sad qus 61 guise y
tuV, die ]i r uale sia do'aden- tunoi 5a expremit a do us m osy mm u.suteoup]e_.c.
urarse ,ens maara quo sir- n i noI

ve de pefdr,:lrl obtener ee
titulo, pamtea#Nf .orso en bas- 1
5::s?:,, S io Estan de acuerdo ocho de 'los
Huxley, Jorg, Luis Borges ,
Fournter, en n MIesul Candcillere -OSmer11R- OS
no le h guatedo o la qde WASHINGTON. Feb. 9. (UPi. 1t'i, pneral de Is Organiza-
1Fournler, quo am! ml -nman- -Emerse del Depsritamento 44w 0 q.utp.f Amor-cano:1
Loa. La conederammn e, un pfstado mdiaaron qu e .-a lberto Uerab Camargo, y en ei
hundirase c nuu trowima que rausado satisfacci6n los. mInfor- al propuao elertas modifica- -
|son Io de Ie n Ler.;.sdo- mes procedentes de Ri.,de Ja- _,
escentia, por hn eiroqlor eres, nebro que revelaban queet
mis graves, lee c hora. aparentemente un compIlt 5* .
Son sugesUtvsa cuia reacolo- cuerdo entire ocho CaneO. s | j
nes de lectaorJtI.ate 6, ca- Latlno-Americanoa -tre ea at- a -- i
si revolulopsln,. u M de cance de la labor de is prt- : ..- ..
los prejulet -- ma Conferengch uer-Asetale -lAm a Iiis.1 a .M .
u- c , --, na de Cancllhrom. ner *a ls vsb'les ln- e

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virios de los CaUtelMers que
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asistir a la. toma de posed
del Presidente oetal YTares
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nunata .f. P In a ets dedica-I la *I D
as a "uU p*lte y atstMA-1fu F. Ta en el Co*ti
Oca falcatca de i tistoria", tieo do. ie
n la. mtra d haser aparecer Las apUM t de
los t s a t como cl-, hech tpor tR tra
ablas de "Wwuut" en China' dosa m io.'ltit, "
pasaar de ia hechos bo de- jo.el repreAetdte tael
nuestran 10 eGatraio. no.
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S- i nen de i L
ones a. lat E0ono6mica del Unides l t.&.'
emarlo de la conferencia. 'a, sode diw o Lba0 a
lisat chino _.le o
En aquelk cart. el Repr- fuerm d, O et
entante lortt-atuericaa6 en la ive pDro, _tbi.4e
)EA. John C. Drelr, decia ape territorio d Mac*r 2s
ro aelnettl a viones dfatu" t
aUKn del futu4 eoonmico del apovl dalo fagras term
Ls Reptieas Americanas, pe-de ai Ont.gr3eW .
o agreabfl: "' mflbgto, el.
toblerno de Zstadoq Unidos Wa l '"
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.tel e .am tan_ aj iz aat.Ssili s-
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aMspr ipedta del prlmeeins ed41i
a & en I IlQlh do auceeti6m l(tite.
4do,: abauUst BUrmco Mlr6 se bh
41sadOe ito. eua prte rmolutivl dice
OUITOa.- uM4 .so*iet@ de ftbtro do
mil .btfvejuw eslauenta y uose
*"i e. 4u n. 4b..
0d el Circuit, do Pansat.
ia"t Judut on nombre d i
"t|Ie " el" d. K. .

TIn Dt BARRACO. en mu
u ,pim m.. sA' e JOSE3 .
a-1 -1k RAFAAl ANTO.

d.Mm "M som55.IE O SE

en que ocarrln6 1 detuncld de lebm-
thin Barmanc' Mir6:
"QuOe s preOentS n a s6tr a derphao
*n ha suceul6 rodsi las pqfbn Ig
tang Ainued s 1: 6*
"Qua fle r puabllaquse aI e t. .e
i8awtorlo ardnadao per j rotlo 1mu1
d*e Cla.o Jud elsi: y
"Qae d tongs al saflr Admlp(anrt
General do Re*t Inter a pi eo rt
on @I. Julco ta a do o rela*U*tMi s
HiouslacidB y emrb del lapoetl mnor.
JORGE A. OtItU B.,- Fd.),
EDUARDO "FBlOM051 1., Scrothrio."
eFr n ato. jsm notifir a la [ I

(r.) JOE* A. RODl= USe. T
,El bmnta, l. .
earn. V doe tbfare deIs 191.

Per laRy ebee. one so dWan xnueU-
am.- el d au aiertb Jue. Primer, del
Cirenit.a I CoM0l. adminlatrando Juati,
ela ia ashieb do 1a ospablies y pc a s*u
toridad do hl Ly.

I. ,--,I U. -vG"" 64ii ,-m.
fEbcTO M MPLAEA r S *pa bgS d Isle j at,
El. asidaeit. Jues. Piams -iuelt Cueiate Ian eubliaol6n oeaI"
do Codma. erl Pllieo en h eM). *41 geSeneurgq u sLog
MACE SABtEr C tt1 derweertme, s
Que an el 9Julao de ueeltailmtests- qan tmn-rdo
da do mBTEm RAMW W mhI di NC. 8 Imntei1 de
KE a B. A tK. MuagX. LOPN 1 d EP" nil fR.
ECE. *kte dieMtsfW sato. el dea- L- J .
cair do herodres queo ea nu paRt (f l) GUtBLERMO 2 ) RA .
reslutive dice af(:- FW
TO. Colda, tr eit. p usn di naieto de L a Isaterlor fll epo4,e-
nmil aovualIates eloaentsa 7 ino. Clil. febrerao d 1e 91. 6 olt
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habrt .e coamprar a precious

just dice Lear Woodward

-Van Loes Woodward, nuevo
jefe dos dqcc Sde importa-
ci6n y M, n de la ,aOfli-
us da I M de Pe otoes,
dNolMrGen anrmatmttniateona l
PrbsatTTa v Quq 51*u prliepbs
sctcldfcl etnbr, por objeto
logirar quaiiCt pinmuuen Ine.-
vas 4rdmagBs.d 'oActS'-gpneral
tanto .bp tsla, ezportacloncs
come lua tIpolailones, Wood-
ard advltI lIe esas 6rdenes
no podAn "rare proba-
blement snfl dias.
Woodwrd inslata n quo de-
lea& lon n epIso interna-
clocaleb. contln6aii: interrum-
pidLtante, e'oe"eas debe rail-
maric dentro del astema gene-
.raF del control de ptlos. Pre-
diV ,Wbdtrd qtu: deapus del
per od; de Qtif hnfaloal necesa-
rio por la& oMaclft de pre-
clW, el- oom iu aternaclonal
de los BetadpMUnidoa so desa-
rrollarA d .msdo normal y en
forna reentej
Dio qut cre que los Estadosi
Unld den under a preclos
Jastoe pa. comprar tambln a
preies foeJs. Manifest que no
cable la menor dudsa n cuanto


a que Bstados Unldos necesita-
rA aumentar las importaelones
"Necessltmos acero de Europa
para suplementar nuestra pro-
pla produccidn: necealtamos fi-
bras y products allmenticlos,
tales como cafd y azikcar", dijo,
Woodward expltc6 que des-
pu.s que se emitan aquellas
6rdenes de oaricter general so-
bre lmportaclones y exportaclo-
nes, habrt que preparar otrai
para resolve los problems de
as industries y los productoo
serin considerados individual.
mente. Indic6 quo ae estableces-
ran comislones asesoras do hom
bres de negoclos part garanti.
tar gUe se tomaran plenamentes
en. lenta los puntos de vista
de loi Induatriales y comeralan-
Woodward lleg6 ayer a Nueva
York y hoy comenz6 la labor de
organizaeldn de su oficina. Ac-
luualhhente s61o cuenta con ddM
auxilUarea y algunos mecan6-
gfafos. En su nuevo cargo. Wood
ward pondra en practice 1on co-
nocimilentos adquirldos durante
35 aflos como exportador e Im-

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Harry STua
(UMID). El Friald'to
r al rendir tribute a IM
adoes (boy scouts) de
tads Unides come "an
liuarte contra losI males de
tro tiempo.", ha maUlt
quo en os dim qua ban di
ntir nesseltareaW. como
antes, hombrau de olevud.
rActer, pyrulios firm, t.
qaebrantabre rotje 'cpara :
eerd frnte f Os ixito a los
blemas del futuroV..
SLa organlzaeli6ude los exuu
radores est Ryudando a
esta clase de hombres, d
Presidents a dqce deutan
boy scouts, a qulnesu
en la Casa Manea.
Los jdvenes exploradores
uitaron al Pruesdents con
tivo del 41 antversxrio de"
fundacl6n de o instituc6.
scompafti Cbarle. A.
"intnictor honouraro" de
Luis, quien ha pertenecldo K
organIzad6n e aub n s
o8n.,Kelso m l6 al Preo S
tambidn los saladoes de ta
exploradores y w 723,M83 S
gentes adulto..

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do Bdlb, e. Lads Aoeli6 00.00 0. pagaderc eon facilidads -a
le da ders*b as use de UN 4 .ANA QOMPLETAI'ENTE GRATIS P9R
a mod .-WA a- 01,Iar *sprua doe /. 00.00. Con a.;
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Si ** olerto qua nuestro olima tropical exige una dieta pobre *rt ram,
d* origin anima; queipara mantener nuestro cuerpo en nmjor estado
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asoportable la polvareda

levantan los vehiul os I

la poMacibn de Pes6 hoy i
BlB febroro 9...(Eapeciall. resistir eatspolvYrda que 1 s .
Nuevamente nos scercamol vantan de Is cables a tsu "
t:ampo de la palabra escrl- camiones?
t W gera xponer par medio de Las called do ets chludad fue-
-4zs ua necesidad que se va ran trazadml en afios saterlO-
'astvando a medids que el ve- res; el mayor trabajo conmlatti-o
wio. as per el aumento del ria en colocarle la pledm me-
S'en la cludad de Pese. nuda y luego regarle saelte.
t no son los autos y ca- Por que no autorlzar a la per-'
' '.W!ftea que conducen pasajeros sona encargqda de esta clause
a ihtrh los que levsntan pol- de trabajo y terminar con east j 1
"VLB.d quo luego ae depositan anomalia que tanto perjuldo J"
? pulmones y vestidos de los causa a Ilo moradora d ta do at'
b haitantse; en los pueblos y te- oludad? AcasO no es visible des-
:. o de las casas. Hoy son ade- de todo punt de vista que vi-
t ms los camiones que scarrean vimos respirando polvo l"a 24 i. i
I' t oafla, los autos de los comer- horas del dis? C W ..j
c1ates, los autos particulars Esperamos muy pronto v.er
quo parecen recorrer las ca- algunas gestioneo por parts de
l es, con mayor frecuencla du- personas intereada ean el lMen- ,
ranie los meses de verano. y star de los habitantes de eas-
0cmo para hacer la situacl6n te pueblo, para que se lleve
n, portable, tenemos que agre- a la realidad un deseo" que ha -
gar'los camlones que a diario calado muy hondo en el cora-
vilan de Los Pozos y Las Mi- z6n de los moradores de eats
as y que tambitn transitan cludad.
Il.salles de Pes6.
las aecuAndo tenemos que Olmedo Varela.

1La Federacion de Sociedades

Santenas pide que se deje en

su puesto a an facultativo
Pars su publlcacl6n se nos agrupacl6n, Is separaci6n del
Sha enilado la algulente nota: Dr. Delgado del ptaeto quo des-
g: La Federacl6n de Socledades empefiaba obodete a acussalo-
Santeas se dirige al Director nes Infundadas que le ha he-
. de Salud Publica: cho un solo Individuo que ven-
Doctor Roberto Sandoval M.D. de en ese lugar, y quo por de-
Director de Salud Pfblica dicarse a las pritica del cu-
in Mtoerio de Trabajo, Previ- randerismo pre de eliminar al
S slan oeilal y Salud Ptiblica. medico, pars ast obtener mayo-
g. S.M. res entradas. Agregan ellos, que
, 8r. Director: no hay despuda de eaa per s p
": La Federacin de Sociedades ni iraguna otra en todo el
S'antenas que ha dado pruebas DIsmfrb que no slenta una gran HORIZONTALS8: B-
9 concretas de au enorme pre- admraclon y lnpatlas por el ntd
ocpael6n por la salud do nues doctor Delgado, puss 61 en lo 1I-Adverblo cantldad. 7.
tra mass campesina. especial- tres aflos que tiene de Mtar 4-ouera. flics, -
Smente la de la Provincia de al frente de la Unidad Sail-. --Hijo de Noe. 9 .-
Los Santos. se dirige a usted taria de Macaracas ha demos- 12-Rio doe Bibera. 10
por este medio para solicltarle trado uqa gran competencia y 13-Tramps o embuste. 11-1
Se reintegre en su puesto al un celo profundo por aliviar 14-Marchaba, Inv. I -
doctor Terendco Delgadd, qulen las dolenelas y enfoermedades 15--Cmbelas de lugar. I1-
.-taba al frente de la Unidad de todos los habitantes de ese 17-Parte de pie. S.
SIliitaria de Mifcaracas." di;trlto. 19-Ant o nombre de Cocha- 2.
4_i tegun informed que qos hap. AI respect. .nuestra agrupa-n__ ~ 'urgas 9B,
~-go sumlnistrados por repre- co6n quiere aregar a los an- 2-Pinsasaquirn cas.
e--4*ntastes de la Socedad pro- terlores conceptoo. que en la 1-Prop 'n,' mv. "
e caracas. afililda a ,nuestra JIra MMldico Assteclal que rea- 22-A s do short.,
S;- lizamoa el aflo p ado por to- i2-Tormascin verbal,
l--ro106a24-R rn fabulous de la S-
.aW. or Pe r lode Los Sao o sjo Is direccl6nhl an. a sdsd 33
El PanamA Am~rica" domnlos Ieslons iercla Po c 3 A.erb. d. lIug.
'- mi m m US dl'dclor tancrsco Samanie-"-n'st aoi-- do s plMM =-
eadr -ofr ep c ds pr
61 e spontinsime nt e Y tuvianoa 2l--Confsor real osi *siol. 41-
SApdul i ace faoporunidad do apreciar on 1, a .
_l_ t en .l un enorne msilebilidoad .so-.ial, 5, Avm r
S u.adulce, febrro lo. de le' ra.un alto espuiritu humnil -uit- gi o prd n
Ar. Director de rio, geato qua rnesaltatsl s 8-- Ple Dverbo all' r. ,
| "B Panama America" ltomamos en conslderaclDn queo 3-Ad ol do lugar. -
i P ianarn. es un mdico extranero y que 37 u t. *
S eior Director: los nuestros, especialmente los eM---' ia..
h u bgole encarecldamente dar- sattefos, no nos brindaron la4_ .. |
I" cabida en o u rotatlvo a la menor cooperacl6n a pesIr do 44_s-o o lat a
tguinte Informatcion: les ue solicitada. 44-.lvgf. taa i
Con asombrosa rapidez, de- P llo no dudamos u.a -om Ma
TdO a la sed de explotacl6n. ted, haclenqose eco do aite s IidWnt4 o e
do Is noche a Ia mafiana eny t ore clamor general, aces- 47- mtma -,lmn.
eon una nucv rgucla, suben dera a Ia sollcltud que rea-
l Im proclos de los articulos de petuosamente ile formulamos, Y B.-Bae tipico cubano.
S-,primers necesidad, que se pro- en ese convenclmlento nos sun- Curar.
Sducen en el pain, sin una cau- criblmas del sefnor director do 52-_petkl6.n d e auxillo.
q: que lo Jusoifique, 1o que de- Salud Ptblica, atntos ervido-
'bnuestra que existen acapara- res, TICAL :
-.- os sin conclencia que a to- For sla Federaclan de Socle- -
S- coats quteren hacker fortune, dades Santefias, 1-D d4. d e fA liI.
m St portarles con la miefia O.ulermo A. TeJads Mora, 2-AdS -
A. El aceilte Urraca ques presldente; Efrain Merel, se- 3-Relastivo a Sid6n.
lu product national y quo esoretario. 4--Del vtrbo val er. |
elavora con material prima del ,p
PA 31, le han subido 15 centavos __-_ _/-_-" -_
IS botella, a Ia sal 5 cents-
0 Is la libra, lo mismo que al 1 "
W- WUi K y otros productos. i U i- llt AO f111 /m
: a comerclantes minoritarloaP alr ja N mwl m 1
pul|Ban de esto a los mayonri Ia- n
: pero no dan una explica- -- .. -J -
n categ6rica nl convlncen-
Sa t 8obre preclos de articulos .u V WW
.Ms de la especulacl6n, puew e- -. \- f"ose o g usliosllmao
Si- eomercie ha lcid o q uo 'V.-& PHOSPERINE is a -
nmano n (if4 toa Lyut pm cuame, par cualpuudms s nuiuza
as rmoran, porque son par-- r1nuwe --f-fUmn
: toe n todos los paises, y no S iu*nmAtftlm lnpl m
-i. djan beneflcio alguno y eatat si D I fflllki M ii
;. su tierra de promsl6n. r iluumlinlfnVC
f- e *ers diacute, sobre controlooo EL TONI00 M..1MM0
'de prelee, sert violada am- i r ""'--+l ...
,: pufomente. porque en estoa ca- --m -- m
sO. elempre prevalecen los in- s --- --" ..... n
tes creados. ----L1 .[I ii ljiHmniS! i
*. O 9r, Director At to. soridor
Aruadalbe. __" -..... ._i

-Mas aresu.
-Tela pas. vendar.
-Nega t, Inv.
-Ladr6i al desculdo.
--CIided Ce Colombia.
-Del verbo abonar.
-OmeIklmo por alminar.
AXll6n de la antliua orecte
I-Cdad de Europa.
-Respuestas de los dioses
-igme 'e alimenta ddo hojast
-4o strve,
-4atrumento de trabajo.
-Pueotas de lo astros.
j 1om'ON de uJet.
d lmitir tfl ido .. '

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Jal). a eusr.duto d"- o p.O. id. d'
I tieo UaM *51 ma, uueduetOW a lb.a.
lo urn em-Lq q dueo que umaae d Mbf
puentsl ML yw p dwft O

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n0 si "1 i Oft I" 0-
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hrW UM r M l

bri a1 1 &*fez
Be nos ha enviado la iguli*-
te resolucln:
PanamA '_ qebrerg 9 de 1951.
La Asoclifia Cavica Pea
Que el dis dine de log co-
rrientes. lowr plibleo de la Pro-
inciA de Herern tributaran. en
Chitrd un meroeeldo bomene
al distinguide m ,dtco. doctor
Roberto BauirMe de Diego;
Que G IoWt r Kbotcp Ramni-
res de Diego ha ajercldo por
mAi de cuarenta shoe aus ser-
VIclos profesonales con eficlen-
cia y' consaMaefn; .
mxe durAt e todo eats tiem-
p, oM mordres doeJ .a ban
140 atuOtcS con e 3mAtar
t d i e impre quo I

4Qu dater de ldo gtrpes
civtoo detacar Is eflclencia y
c pnjMdrA- pars w .slr"an
oit16 jutqu
Untrs 1 C ecido homanaje
U los pu n de He ero rtin-
dOn a uso de loa ms' adetaca-
doa poaeros de oI Mediclna en
DIlgns r at uno de oui uiem-
lr pals t u saists al home-
Isle qu o tributa al doctor
Roberto' Jlamirez de Diego y
hwa entreta a tan meritorio
ludadano, dei s la prtaente rewo-
Dai en sla cludad de Pans-
sft> so u th diam del mes de
fabre\a. 1981.
ftt kIs Terre, oide;ati;
Aiss, ifeltsre o.

CUANTOS no a a shiAe m eaa pro-
pia? Nosotro ee uiIs ete suefio
sea una realiddn4 W lompra ua late de 500
mIetros en la N a S-. oB qe estamos tar
banizando freate a la ,.(rpera Centralha-
ciendo un pageo iueal de 1/. 800.00.


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le s eslado, -omlr tes6m lie 14 No. L. apeormuto .e20 acepton todas class do oIf
1. si bre un l0tI do: trr. Tim hl- Dirisase a Ia Colle 34 No. 24. bl-
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hr Ofeeme on C Ily ftran-Uo rroceria y topiceria o en.bu va M ia l ia tcameorll servicio,
vcndd, al11, VIN do. Derchos pagoados. V i iMqIlto. Infornr Pr* '
SPino A cR.P.M marca A Mr, Inmlg ove d viaj.i 8. Dn *I Mrcdo Modelo.
S dui ml on C oll Ram6n Valdis .sia y comliapdto, 'd IM rei Este No. I1 AtrlJu t Areosmna. y C al.
I portamento 2' seo undo mg ytgr ne Sw .pc-io 8. t ter pr t fono. *
0. hag u cita di I elon. Wbff puertas. Tien radio. LintiE, al I ILA: -- Apartmento t .
Sy CIl., Call S., No. 22 Tel. 2. rmceria y tapiceria cal na tile final y call 43 l"'
89 / dENDE:---2 tor crico de 5 238 Prcio dquema. An contndl.l .l gt ne 3.0140.
H. P. ,200 R.P.Mo 5 hus Ave. t o viale. Tel. 3-2483. a ~nt.par d> .. o-n n

hr 2230. ScuSa Alvarado.4 _ _ .n -
S de Julip No. 5.1. 11VI; 1 -al dia. .4.Aarrm ents o dan ROl
Chalet spadcaso 4 4 recimaras en AM" l lOl22.50"consulto P"rl *

SSE VDE-l acctormnes dnue a Urba- Justo Arosemena, l uina. frn ta 4. 2. P fnts tEl Panmi, 1
tu.zall, H gis. W 2- iperjlcs1 Meia U.banta baja. 2-2375.4 10 5 t a .t,

I; -1, 'n EAnol 300 de coatio. nstrn cc.6n SE N ECESiTA: ES-MuIr ov por, a-:Uim -Aparto MIo d .

t V94ED-C b Tel. 3.108. cu.d.r dos ni6o15.0 Dirijas Avni L QUI -A, la M arks
SB VENDE:--225 oll nas t nos, Leg- 0t te. 9 uparle nt ~e-Dexaa detes Ire li C1 b S

Shon, minm aA 135 huevos SEEpardSITA:-Un mpd a I ~.5 fneal Iolm. "
2230,'"Jesieo Alvardo aMO 211 aficis domtcos tler qu e Apornto de dos

i'd. 2d3206.________ _____ go., ap 22445. lnf rmsse mit. Ocurra 'Caladom Awrare',
SE VENDE:-Comprer. pisCll dE allM. 6CVntrol 66. 1 SE ALQUllo-Aprtonanteo modl-i
n otr 1-2 HP. tmnqi -n emfrya AvEnda Cils, dcisIa.
ISE VENDE:--Plataormo nuva para SE VENDE:---Lote de ngguina, su* SOlalsi 4. 2e. plan. UEl Panml, d

Skc lls N No. 13, Sn Fron Ei-agiio. n olrtnds SE NECESITA:-Emulerdo con parl :.mlA a td r, d rschmtda.r
Tel. 3P-088 cudar dos nios. Dirase Aven i M i 4 4on 3-0847
$ VENE:.--CabalIo fir e sllo, do iMxlco No. 60, AptS. 4. SE AoQUILAoN o-Apartament s d l

Ssurtdo esti cmpeleEto y s at o ltos. y150 co.e Ertudcinte. DO dacm ni. u ""p nd AWL,-rta m
raa. Damr0cinaram. male comedor.
p d f re T t ro eorrerio ALoris.r, Ro frsque- E NECESITA:--- WUno ,mpleads p.re 'tllsilri lo i final, per so-, 7

pCENES MARTeINZ. AvAnida Nor. 125 SE NECESITA:-Cocinsro ompetn- U.n.. Ado Foto V. Studio gn CI
e. ri. Moiv lud, vrdde on oficis dom bsos, te ue o Tel. o imp ndbl2-1602. "-Squ du -rmaS n v i d fl c.
go. 20 ElVse i, 2-2845. Inf6rmeots mir. Ocurra "Calerados Aurora',

SE VENDE:--CAdqopro us tiqr, usull, No. 55 ntrqnd par SE ALQUIL: Aporaomento oalde. *'

Sdi to Atifa de Los Leones. par Sim. o. Preo m E tma d Club en La Caesa dl Pan- page. Tlfano No. 2-3248. r. _____ Calls 46 No. 2. lnf6rmes lo R
sUlc. Si n atcr -2 H, to gnque-- "n.11ia, odo rned, dos r ecmoros,

S Ibs. calls 12 No.n F 1Doc Smon Froa- S VNDr ifo halt mu E NECESITA:-Empleado compn e- dos se ric. oAvenida Chile, ca.
cisco. bladc con tl las comedidedes periencia, qu. duerman en .el .'- ,le 41, T e4fOno 3-0847. Sl

SLos, demors son costosras. Nuestr- ANA US vnd pun preciosar cao te. Muy blo 8.2.ulda, Ave Fe- SE ALQUILA:-Aprtamento anou.-
surtldo esiA complete y el serviclo minutes do Ia iudod. Oportunidad. l1 150 code Estudionte. Dos recima. Il -7

do entrog as inmejorble. ALMA- m s. Dondco oyd No. 31s, aboo. bld. 2 reclomaras, 2 b iosorle omedIr.rd

ani*oblade, tienh cuatro -recimaram, -to put mr^vlsntao. aralge. Calls 44 1k rmup.
i ENDES MARTINZ Avenida Nor- omdr5. coc pt SE NECESITA:-ECocmerda oparten- 60.00. Ao37 Apto. .tudro In Cel
s 83, Tel. 2-0610n s m. damiscmtics aues duermo n fn dme d l 20160 Pn

Spla: En El Valle Mgnifico late bi 2000 M cas. AveCon rncio.Cll 52 d 8-2 y d 2-6 m.
SE ENDE-Adquier x- 4x tuado, con srvicio dTe. 3 cueduc- qu, NAo. 55, ntr SE AL QUIIA: -A- Apartamento solo, j j
do to ifo de Los Leones, par SI o Prcio m 6doo y facilidOdes de Teatra Eden on via Belisorio Po- Comadr, 'ne recmoara, garage. 0

8.e P meA. aTDA. las 7oblo Pt ---------------------- SE NECESITA:- Coc mnra con sxp e- rteimaroam ulaa comedor, cocina, r w rt SW CO flIC A L Ave. Pablo A J1
tama do Club n L Casa del Pon- pag. T dlfano No. 2-3248. rros. Call. 746 No 15, Lfe- Kohie, Standard M-a T ) .
Stil6n. 1 e no se o gn pagndo o T do e 50 E N openOarmentao No. 1. E Lb t I -. a

|*iarna. 3 6se .patam.i No. 8._ mica".^ EdificEo S em u
1.00 semanal durantDoes Soma- SE NECESITA-Empleado competen- i
as tamblicnso ntreormulas ti. GANGA So vende uno precise case te. Muy bn sundo. end! r- SE ALQUILAN: Aprtomento aemue- p dornnvoaenar madera. -
te. e de o Cmpo on El "Coco' ChorrEra, dera d NoI Ri. bd31, ab lo. d, 2 red m aras, 2 baros, cua r- soe.
mobindO, tion cutro re aares, to p culture sairvientaegarage. sCalls -44 oh, Al
SVENDEt Madera usado 4n per- comedor, cocina, portal, etc. agu0 SE NECESITA:-Empigodo pare ofi- No. 3 Apto M. Pr in-
f tas Propdicionest a prdcion s y lu.a odemp s un rancher pornsa hM its domadtdos ofue duerme en f -rm Ia mea ol 2-01 0 Panaml, ad dJta o. n

c petenclo v mrc plaza"ux 6 macas, li rbles, frutales, 2 9000 M2 case Cosin refemtrencias drCalle 52c c 8-12 de 2-6 p. m. docaptua-

Csntr, Exhang Wrkui 12. A. a 'X iue 4 o
; 2 4 -- 2 x 6 2 x 8 4 x Preclo $4,500. Tel. 3-2238 ie- sa ,apto.. d e l o-dtl a
4 -m 6 6 8 x 8. PAREiES me a los 7 p. rn. Drc6SE C.Qll CLA:-ApaItomento de dos1 Jm a d.- otil also U6B

ANA x g r LA SIMANA ombl No. 4, lelc Visa. Tell- -as.a', 0% h#kil" 11
Y CIA. LTDA. ALIve. Pablo Aros SE NECESITA---Cocnera con exp- reclm ras, slo omedor, cocia,
S 1 p ie a al t ubicodo ren C .ncia, debe dormr en el Sepleo. servicios. CallN s 7. No. 15, L' eKrd
da. Posei Ech g Serv E rB TO C MTio N E A E- d l mia qnauicimro con su serviclao tado, con l -ain e*dlt

ofSE ALeuiLA:-LO. p ofa 0i pto pavimentodo. irr- Ate a d la t Nio ndete parc soda Bsl .3. 50 en Cpa V'h. lt~ s l t

Avida No. 59, altos. Acuda 0din y gorage, 35.000.00. i A7 e n aCltms J By. SE VENOEN.-MiIruln. d u od y RAUDOS ARVIN (--- Pri m. mcofu fctosd oA uhletn
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p.o__ber" np cpdro14.ad res de 16n y;adnllnlutraIoesclbsie-

rrEA LA:-L cltrs31 "rucks"l LCheo n El Cangro. Pl.6.50 oda SE NECESITA-O Eprtia pdra tra A No. 30, altos CpOeCA I COCdI' a., e sude. Al
let, 1946 Los Truckse. pdr ln ser ent r ds cr aleSea i re liff Acres. con-aparprne.n Col Sa *I hm,-

inpeccionos 4 Lote an Lst CumbVesr 2.306 Hts. 2. Z9 uhd1a5, ao--partammnto 2. do VENDE:-Daretlmino: wrePtie WdlDS P1. 11.50 5n Pansideia de 1 tflW Eunluao t- aPeWSLo.l
dC&entro Crl Exchange ""oCCoE e OS COMPLETAMANTE AMUE- di drI dN, los a do a. Tfnollsi ,o do t o d rad

S' a .1.00 espjos, tocdares, radio gndes. ro lctor A ulo Arl is ot-; B a 3 i
WE ALQUsLA:-Local porozal Gone- B oO SE NECESIrA:-B rrbro compet-n- camo .sllrs baomb, gro, Ca ESitrO d Goblep t ,oa I dit.

rrib d Taro CenTerrno n El Coco 665 Mt. 2, por t a b de suldo fio. Ocurro 25, Avenda Nci . Mayor r ha te
iE ALOUILA:-Local ec oandicE-.na 20 -OoO trol. SE VENDE:-Esrufo Wbllt grmnd.. 4 nimdero 738 y exalta s t8I.s5 d0e e. .uw.ou t
ds doipe, 9ciqluert pdt Lumlttsf n altoE yerAa eOn Srotllo y Cl. Tlfo- e- d a. A ad p r 3.oeria E50.00iNest o utlbleu mA rttO do) II .- o .. V, ,auOn 40 4 2
p.' dmp6rioaltos cdeene. Asetie m 7 Avodre Contmrar Na. i. SE NECESITA:-Scrtara or sepa Econogos., Edificl Lux, cl 34. ladr .
:o1 n48Nad o m 2r s llt L Ls O 0s"TruckBideprvd L2ble. Llama SEY, Balboa, 26 98. Castellano y ArimilltcIo adur lle os ISeCE LA i: "=er=d ag"er It

war. t os No. 61.STu. let u-3d 2-Ce.aonsaltoy O
a B.doido0rs er eleo amorsrss agn.W t 9us-, As. l Atla. n t Ca -- C-'d Ms1

SE ALQUILA:-Ltci6n d aolina M SE NECESITAN:-PrETonar quo de- estufa g. Callas 29 ate, ca ..15 i.. d guii por mu 18 .l. i aa I diat

r n rIa ZC.rretr Trans-istoca. .Oc@1 rn.E sn3 aa. 2 dl.n. com.lionis co- Ateos. 6.ata 0yom cnara l go go. Aa bU uiuin i rna ual
Sse a 5.t00.0 lugor. 0 are d' C T5 rnClub. Magnlf- tttdetoa el deeetOt b..a .
S"ALQUiLA:-Loce h Sad pauld. Case Fell. call 10 SE VENDE: REtfrrintdora, tufa u ea rsiaeln ny oe la I p6- r maa.Ere
ESE ALo. 6013. Ctrl J Arose- "Magic Chef", meddor, a.ua l. f||SP m/ VEr blis Qu ueron hseoh por n u
154. InforiivEntasnoduche veaintoa- a-2948 _QUILAIu-. _de2- 4 e 00. camas, bob. di ccha. Rena- *B/i "n h
E lot a toftaoneLa Create.EcnEcodAN person de doast. Coneolm lie 29 sicron.1dWIque fue onsgr

S dp6slto u ficina. en collr'3 No Informen calls H No. 18, Stelfeone mn Col6n Compresor, abonicoe. bllor, 8.50 li E l Dr. Horaelo F. Airr ye-
15. Informes *n dtcho local o llo- 2-2948. 001, cOmas. bot de caucho. Reno- Ts lmentar la mi do1
E telfonoA 3-1147.- __ E QUILA: Cubrte amobladE rVol. % CT rdim e o rn S n B ry ae* 6 SUAS DEe COMEDORa, ma o unS -.
|SE ALOUlA.-AmpNio local paro con derecho ea apa0rtmnto,. par do Ofrcs. ne Muldo cy rl. ea coend e me le Rd a U?.I4c-Ws WatIws .
ALQUILA-Aiple ,!salcdo Ofnicar bust' tlde y nimi- Norna 65. Slt Td-Ia MasDLSc S.-
oucuna, clinic o escuela prjvada; B.20o00. Lome Tel. 3-1032. dacia. R9quiarq bueents rqr- SE VENDE:--Jurgo ubrrsto, mir e oa S -
o SE AQiLa uatioamuebtda dncA. Rur bunam rjfersn.S VENDE,-Ju boratodio miotne oto t do. I ttudfdo s iar. ( .n

rB.0 clntrEo. Ltni 2-244 clam y eiprllensl. Pita inyobrs o %e
SE' mALeUILA;--jaro- pri a". SE ALOUILA,:- Cuorto Emueblda. ceia y xp re ro myors jlro"imo de deres dnse eo S
r E ALOUILAN:-Ecluslivemt o vanrlodo. 2 asa fomilio, dercho dell acercars ofica Avon- E p NDar, eiles moe.a Indpr. fotb.r drt 0 otaoas me. deotns gii )h. cto a u
us e ficinoe locales cintricas n i to fraone, con alimentos. Coile 43 da Nort Nc. 63. Teloo No. miEs72. I nCUA, nSPMNal DE n2I- tirtB Uc harn pDr eIteata tl edMab ent puo '30o
aMIo do Avenida Central 44 a No. 43. Apto. C.a 2-0610. Nv.I.soEro T6.STRVN aclonal, eatrga R y que
precias m6dlea. Solicitn Infer- 1 A CA SEVENDE-Mesecomedor ettwion RRO, COLCHON DE AL.. pdel mieo deret is gangS M ag
Nacrt on Almacenes 10 SE ALQULA:-CuUrto con m ablN SE COMPRA S4 E s, viEMsarino acolodaenno, t R R L. CIIouEA iod d l aotb sm eeoto a R e O Ia
.privad_. Avnld da Le.r 45 00. vo npro eted n d ie erfelo. Y ad de 'Ue _ai.i.d
.5 ALQUILA: -.Leoal p oer in.m PoruL Lelsrec came No. 32. SE" COMPRA: ARCHIV eiaja, a.60.00, iBllin ch i o si-y.ldo
calla CCrrirqu No2rstos 5" x 8".nst.0b- TUer-dot mpna s d y cJrchn 00
uealio2 -.adL, ilsvum. gav20 ta9 1.paetarento2 Til. 3-1739. IUJraLER Ia % quofme pepuerseohd T.dtuv o R
Sd I. Mp. lEdifici MARTINZ A osn ni a COMPrA-C A d t produ t reounila dlo de a et sAwmsi. 'l
s 0 cibn neciomnl rxcluivAm ns en QI em eisteucim: "MUEBLE (ANADO, dad onso n. pa hafari t
l e t omaron un risco a o0ho iUEl cualquir cntldado a B.210.00 onlazo duo es 1a Ue 0llon B *U de afa,
SE AL3QULA Iyd.al uronte Han i la -ano d 2.000 lba. netos bin HDIERRO DE MUEBLE ENTREGADO" harecibidusa hlM d
C0 smoldado coaunatal que s10 noem. CIA. )ANAMIAA Dl REFUEREOT i' *i P
IE ALQUILA:-Chaat an san Pron. sncontraban on ls cero hu- ACIITIU, A. Aportado 1910, r.-UsUbi deea parttr iSero t uin. itat. io i,
disco con dos rechimnras, 8.70 00 yeron aneoche. Panomi, R. P. TIl. 3-1371. a rreper ed a Otro ceoap 0.tilet 0iiioI. qch 4W u
S2n6u9ls. S inao me Sr. Poshy. Bo Una torments de nieve impi- SE COMPSA.- tO r.. ra re decl soared oo l S oan aOtel 'q uee
boo 2698. did que el General MacArthur tido) de primenrr e r o -ll a d.0.14 CLAV0,S -f *e *' 'l 8 ." .Sle I i..
| f A LQUILA:--nUn choler do trc vialtara el frentc, mlentram l dos Ia, libra nit., Cn cuaaluier ca on. L. rb, a rii |"
K iemoros. sale y comedor, 2 ser- fuerzas iur-coreanas recaptura- tidad dq PanamA. Se advaiert que a aUu ainent ag d lt a l Cba
S otvicis on,.taro.sy cuoro de n-. ran a Kangnung, a 17 mia e rinchiaari todo subo di praoca-SE VEN:- -a s at a otie U
S plead en Panom. Tel 2-1602. a Sur del Paralelo 33? sin re- danc.o xtroni.ro a todos-bo n- e a e ss
._ -ALUyL:-Chole d e- s2tendS algunaa I..Los oldados cional qu hoey side m recloda on i Uom r IC a
S ALQUI.A:--Chole de dos re- infonmaron que trse batallones seo extrron ea CIA PANAMEIA |tP
cram orisn enl Golf. amubiedo. por norcoresano -que lucharon al- M ACliTI A., Caorretoe di ZINC at.Y 1a *sp*u S
m meses.o comlnando lor d vajementeo durante una mamana Aerop lelrto. Tel. 3.1371. eMnfW udo W se orl L
I10i C.'UarNANEDdeim-,__carre nuevo io di- han dohkaspareoIdo.I=eaeblasdr
daep, i ur u eje na ncall &'p N o.0 32- E UI --calH or to n Mona. bles 4 s, llos, bil ler, t .50. el or da t eF A .1-y o i'-

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f U s rone.uEl hoiber lm- a.q cnforuadd con o 2x6 'u .B lsas de Papel iait n. i

y refrigeradora, luces elictir bordo del trasatlAntico itaJA-- deab26S a e rt. 171 de0--
4y calentador te aquo, ague ano "Conde Biancamso parn didoCatoeCmoro, armmIn a n
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don.e- actividati O t 0 baicas y a
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a ,os debaeran i0-hdda en la CO U
'i t agenda de tounj6n.
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1 Centroamerica por el Cam- juata balompca quken realiza debldo a sb a geatione redun- de 4
tor escenarlo la cludad de Pa- El Ing. Navtro quo debe re- 6xito. Clo
lema, de acuerdo con las infor- gresar hoy al pale vUilt6 to4os -
,aclones enviadas por el Ing. los passes guo tomarih parte Se nos ha informado tsznbi4t -..I.lana aN _
forberto Navarro, Prealdente 9n eate torneo Centroamerica- que hoy se reunira el Comt6 a pbr6 a ,

Optica Sosa y Frigidaire

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En Su Choqu e MaDe ian
ge enfrent n al C"a"d.
Sarraza y Granillo Los Campeonatos Nacionales
respectivamente De Box. Amateur Comenzaran m ,
,r S. H.IVALDI J. "71 i q i -p.,. ". I" 'ar la

. .nn et eEOPO

G. P. Pie.
F1nocho .. . ..... 8 3 .727 Los Campeonatoa Kacionalea.
Chesterfield Jr .... 6 5 .546 del Boxeo Amatbur comenza-
Ctf Durn .......... 6 5 .546 rAn el 23 de Febrero en David,
Uptica Sosa ....... 55 .500 Chiriqui, y poslblemente se pro-
fiarraa ............ 5 .500 longuen hasta el 28, y que se
Srigidaire .............. 4 4 .500 efectuarAn funclones elimina-
Granil.o ......... 4 8 .333 to-las tanto on la capital chi-
Caribe ............. 3 6 .333 ricana como en Puerto Armue-
Los opLicos del Sosa la repre- Eatos Campeonatoa seran los
tentar on mai genulna del ba- kiegundos que se ofrexcan on la
trio del Marainon, saldran ma- historla del Bbxeo Amateur pa-
flana dispuestos a vencer por nameflo, y en eata ocasi6n par.
segunc.a vez a los representan ticiparAn Campeones de cuatro
Ie? del Barraza. El primer par- distintos lugares, o sean de las
tido de eatos ue ganado por Provinclas de Col6n, Chiriqu, y
los opticos por pizarra de 3-2. -------
Por la supremacia de barrios
e especula un gran encuenVo. La Federaci6n de b
Frigidaire Granilio
Los campeones del Frigldaire u
ban ganado dos de rus cuatro lI
'tlnimas presentaciones y un .1 u1 M UUI P
empate, lucen lavoritos para
veneer a los granilleros. tal co-, En la misma sesi6n so dict6
me la primer vez que termi- 1. Federacl6n Nacional de Base
m6 favorable a los refrigerado- ball se lleg6 a la conclusldn de
res de 8len por pizarra de 6-0 que era imposlble sceptar la
en el cuadro de La Boca., rscripci6n del eqtdpo Cerve-

Juego de Hoy
Uno de los partidob mis co-
mentadoe de la actual tempo-
rada de base Provincial, es el
que sostlenen las novenas del
Chesterfield Jr y el Cafe Du-
rAn hoy a las 4000 p.m. en el
EFtadio en displta del segundo
0. .. ~- j ----._ ...

Sto sera el martes como err6-
nieamente se habia anunclado,
Ia Inauguracl6n de la Ligs Co-
merclal de Softball.
El acto ae efectuarA el mi6r-
colee a las ocho de la noche en
Santa Rita y teri amenizado
por la Banda de Muatca de la
olicia Nacional. Asatliran co-
me invitados de honor altas per
onalildadesa de nuestro' circulos
comerciales y lanzara la prime-
ra bola el Mayor Alfredo Ale-

ceria Jr. en el campeonato pro-
vincial debido a que no reune
los requlaltoap ara entrar en
Los miembroa de eate squlpo
lueron citados para dicha se-
ai6n y solamente so presenta-
ron slete. tn. vista de ello% ke
desintegrd6 el equlpo, a pesar
de que lo EMderacl6n hizo h1a-

Fonnidahie equipm

de esgrima envia

Panama a B. Aires
Seli conocidos espadachines
forman el equipo de EugrIma
que Panami enviari a los Pri-
meros Juegos Deportivos Pan-
americanos que se InaugurarAn
en Buenos Aires, Argentina. el
25 del presents mes, y easo des-
tacados deportlstas panamef0os

PRONOBTICOS Antonio Racines
Per ONE TWO KID VirullM. Tovde
1-PAJARITO Hercules Salvador Raelnes
---LUCK AHEAD Tana Jorge A. Medina
-DC'-\' CATALINO Rio Mar Jorge A. Quir6z..
--P. APOLLO Espartano La mayoria do estos esgrimia-
8-PRESTIGIO (el M. Etolle tas son veterans en estas 11-
7-APRISE Islero des, y solamente Quir6z es el
P-OALLANTE II Own Power mns nuevo, aunque tiene varlos
9-LACEY In Time aflos de estar practicando esta
10i-CINTA AZUL Dust Over actividad.
1!--GOLDEN GIRL Tin Tan Con ellos vlajara el maestro


ee Bonettj4

r a .ZWreraau-
PanamA y los de la Comais AtllLI L*j- t
de San Blaa. Cada una de It.--HMr- W autor.
ties menclonadas- Provinac. *
tendr aseli p6giles V la Conar- a la Argen-
ca de San Blas contara' c(f I ti- -
toxeadorea. .. ,. -.
Hasta sla fecha so conoeen .para la
exactamente los titulares 4e t Juego PoFA
PanamA y San Blas, y tan l Pi .. de eate
to recibamoa los de Chliquty '--- oArg
Col6n, daremos a conocer a on1el Is,
participants en ese gran tor- -.Por- P er' em'- a QU,
neo national. qua eatA provo- La i ro daQ un a cluda&
cando encendidos comentarioa. s n ja primers b ras de la xIonal V deo d tlao quo faltf
5 el cual ademAs promote ro- Doche tuvo lugar I teres l- niot'am con trae6
sultat lucldo. te o diIn d la acidn de oc a 1 aonsidersa
A He"tore AI de.PanM- e s grwa
I 1i, .ay f disButiro Importan- mi.a .p i.
tea muoerdos, quo a tenian pen r P
7Im Pa40aas mEpicos pars al
asehaf resolvi6 t d" \1 & ._ -
erI Antra Jla Prealdep do abo,.l
r iatiuot6n deportit a1 di, o. Pai O o Luck
ag na tor Profeaor palme A pera pre- Ahead Ta atio Mar Ool-
ta lo imnpoble por lograr au AtiStleron I cron sentanddo -e .18 del pre- de.ni le, El Aa--
iacripcl6n. u lllermo Rolls, Joaq aent e nie meo5An 5,uTp.Espartano-
iacripclon. em berto Ti'ejada, Antonto en pelo doa v iMieh Chocola- Ga.M :igoM Pratglo (e)-
En la miama seam ae- dict6 a-, Wa, Rogelto hancher, 8- t II -d vam, con un pewo Ta JWo A -a. PolvoraO
una resoluel6p par media de Is edo Gutlirrez. Omar Revelb de 128 llbrta us limited de Levadpa-.- Poblka- (e) Blu-
cual se auspende por el t6rmino En Maestre y Rubmn o- dieas s1oa l. 31. reat del pro- mal- -1. ,Pofrtbha Mete Bufll
de dos aros de cualquler acti- e 6t grams .e eompletan Baeby Ham. -1a.TiM'T1 Robin Hood Jr. '
vidad relacionada con el base kings y Beto antlebury 0n co- **-4
ball- amateur doe sla epblca, nItre los principal asunton mentada. revancha tambin a U o tuido eata reoul-
al conocldo cronista deportivelta oAvota oA
y ex-Presidente de la Llga Pro- qu sprosentaron, estuvo el do saet auto. y un peso de 135 tando Is -jr que realsan a
vincial de baseball, Sr. Ram6n pa e a -verflear sa en 2realf- brau. Costs Riogt l ws IN tsat pansi
G. Pdrez. dad nestra Aeociacin tiome menis RSiardo ,Clexido y Al-
algAna Invtacl6n .an pA otic- E31 primer prellminar estari bert Cra. Ien el di, do ae
Como es sabido el BSr. P6roe na doe lasmba4la Ardnutln* a cargo de Rodolfo Ampudia y aeguaia, daspup, dr. ha r ea-
renuncld la. prealdpnois de la Be ndmbr6 una coming panra Ba tang scudero, de l bibras cab *n David, Turlbo dOCa.'
Llga rovincial con piativo de oW1 efectI. yr s santoso y eozoA fu> R a lusar ate sw s-
os aerie do incdenlas doitsn- M4 u hOelk hate
uId sen do ondas a b posodlan ]reliminmr Antre tis iirn rbv fela'5i-
dos a t e aunda de la lC- SdeosIe l ee ad K ad I- e. ladigana BNaby pIMO- & Beaar a aia w Wns, ;1
cripei6n del equipo Crveeeria rlObo, awEa #*oo.i 1 t1el cuat a ltos y un .. .,, -. .
~Jr.---aiders W-l craposta deortivo, A de ue I6uh.t .
no toAreale on aauapdp-.I
ra tn d Raymond a do cA s ntern- -C ma von estmados fanAU-
frsjic s Raymond Qafflnon, y cionais., Por tk mwtlvo- me p- eo del bozeo, este programs ,--L*.
par rara coincidencis regresa diri Is IncluAl6n Sdel Deueado unns compete interprova IN mePms
mhora al pals dodoe fu6 con- de Prinms, ars,-que omlpafle i onre oOln y PanamA. --" v
tratado, conasderindoe que fs- a Is EmbJaaads vb a sI cial Ontre aC16n y Panam.
to sera una vedtaja pars Pa-ua P caos, en A
nami, ya qua el sector Gotfnon Argentina n can, on is
pondrA todo ausa conoclmlentoa Argenna.
e. inters aI ervicio 4dl equipo 8 acord6 emprenhdr una in-'
Istm io. pars queda muy blen ten cana. on favor del .V X
y demostrar nnuevsmente amu eon CeVtr-AxnerlcAoA
excelentes cualdades como ins- ydo arte de p, pr
tructor. xlo a r eats clu-
tirn on Florete, spada y Ba- deJar blen. pus .i prtio Por razones de ordt ed- co,la licitacl6n
ble, tanto individual como par nombre de la patri. 1 para la construeelMA anevo Hip6dromo
equlpo, y se estflna que paor m
ahora las mejorm posibilidades Se hlao relacldn y Is eonve- Nacional que debia q' laarae el 12 de Fe-
estan- en florate y eapada par encla de quo Pnami, soe ed- a
equipo. te una nueva relsta deportIva, breO dde 1951, he .14 pspuea pare el
~mue venam a Illimtir *a .a VB an 0M Jbf 1 __

Los sets espadachlnea parti-
ran juntos con la Embajada el
domingo 18 'de Febrero. Las
Compet6ncief de Esgrima de los
Primeros Juegos Deportivos Pan
americanos s bevarmn a cabo
en el Club de iOmnaala 7y a-
grima da Bueqoe Aires, y ten-
dran lugar en la mafianas y
tarde del 26 de Fehrero al 7
de Mare,.

el deported national.
Tamblin con la Idea do sao-
piar fondos, ae propuatsron nue-
vos proyectos, qua estaran en
vias de cristallzarse.
Se hizo notar el poco lntefs
de unos socioa, en colaborar y
bregar, por los. prop6sattm de Is

Sadel mismo mes y ano.
Panama, 10 de Febrero de 1951.

Maguel V. Pti&o,
MmiWkro de Obras PObO


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