The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01032
 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: AA00010883:01032
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ar& be noIvx ,I eS Am, Oi WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (UP) Repu~Ian Sentor
mo S- ubr i l Kenneth S. Wherry in an 8,000 word stat.mentprepared fo
to,,wTr *e Uora f th=e W delivery before the Senate Foreign Affaira and Armed
.g g, a et .Oata.g00bt-ento Service committees hearing on the Troops-for-Europe con-
o.w M a.w otheT -. troversy said tol ay the United States' defenses were beim
:d r": rate but appeared strangled "antiquated exploded theories oif round wur
Srcnnot 1r env.: XiF to -+have ed and advoca ted y Defense Secretary George C.al he and
l e n ul w h s, s f t hi t thish General mol r Br t adler y.B a d
sidence--unsto h in z 0 V Mer of the Nar ot recently have United States military ,as come
,"1Mh .co. 81. gmber YCHe was Firs stepg in figh.elng p i under such attacks on military planing as co ntaini
mmew York, r,.-nkin bh 1A an -tg an and, during fenue reautIo iMnsofar as ed in Wherry's prepared statement.
tgl~ member of .the *he.hethe Wa l one of the alert ias are @onoerned-were
Fa use Wa Xand Me0 allows e leadea s activities on the en here toay. Wherry said his party mem- seek to halt sending United
awerenotWell.a . du :.00-Army ...-the an- bers, InelodingGovernor-ThomasSt, o o
Swere not inlinedto had bn wel y "He need himself." one nunceant that practice air B. Dewey of New York, have re- Congreg establishes a national
on j me for theb delay n oon. 1 e u of the w irprult men said alert, for Fort Amar only, will sorted to "smearing" his efforts defdnie policy keyed to "wag
Stta They said the p W- whenfa &t, his aqt thista "We never quite be held at about 6:15 p. m. next to stop the United States' contrl- and win" a war against Russiak
eV was so vast and Jia tot under he managed to Thurday. button to the Atlantic Pact army Avocating much more empha i,
Sd l i t couldn't be hurl do 1 in3 one day and we Purpose of the aert,. an Army hower. la on air power Wherr aa
St i Pce with whih at U k ad m latching his et- spaOea said, i. to to tt the under General Dwight D. E.'m- "our effort for prepared
.is e, wa .... Iforts. i of the Wt Amador Wherr challenged the Ben- being strangled b antiquated
d- .t roa t....by. t4hd had- Mr. M anr twa a veteran In n. .It wMi affect Amador ate to adopt his resolution which exploded theories o ground w -r
igB [ w^ ._ underr .cu _o was al o .tj._e aw-. ,, ,,agowe0 the IUt@ot Company, with .e '.,.ly. r, -avdatedO the oentage UeI
al rtate and m. ae. He ha dwork- adoee of the alert laneral BrGenea Col
Sfa contie to in ed h Fruit in Costa .d te of (Am Chief of St) sa
Sfederalr RiC O Colombia, and Involved ne Killed Hurt o dominate the
Sso a,.t. _l _%-,s2STre comingr to rW hissinCt.i neas planning in the
. before a PnancAaAi - P I iui er a- ,*," the Am~ Um n mee n utterly ab"lvlourt e
4 eed "" V*wa.s uthbe a As La Prensa PMen n. tleSofair
ot.k,. . ." He s leed by his w.mfe, C -o. t o _i .-Is-o dLa Pr. M saturated by the t
a. ,,ai.ore.Ju ly 7 . h. -, i Ve M a rk er In c ifl rto w b ,
1.1L affats, One daughter. Mr .. Don 9UUM for defejae from aNnlt \h-nC strategy in vogue bde 2r
u, r o o, ., ,. ReturnToShops
aid GreffaamaCi ,t f 'wiU be I t1h0E 0 vent of the war plaits"
.maplBaied, *., th bet .. -. n,. tax legim a o 'y -, '.. n o din whe th elen w l be i .. -E
M ma t nll o Athe Pacinle, ad z.. used ,exept other daillynbo (UP)n-
.... ,.HMt o. -i-~w.. h aW h. is7, .Oi th lag r;t sten.. 1 R r b. S--(-P -oa 27(UP) :. O
p ijPiuet; AA ther tim mad without *-On easea em e-Eob- troos A
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in" s"vlingin Me ..,"-.a .IAill* Nntod promise e
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Sii" n the Atlantle Pact bett. but a a t evin wcom- leaders ued them to go back to hdt WtnatO ay.
b eartod edh adabera w andause of wthehtA thap r Jode.plte the fact the p a ore tep
i tt a anta e units uar the Canal of a Ial will attend the p renters' union ha claimed they the Continent.
,!.:0-a/k_ -M' a "me e.to0BmropemPrmtem le-y- me't of wrvic. lwreenta* wr..otonstrlr, e. Taft accused Adin5itration
e : eat Attlee announced today a Te fit aal am he a teMinsolidatd reirt arler some 1300 employes of aders, who announced a 2-

aduu "R-e tWe House of Commons. of the Junior ROTO of the Cana l f th Sudi .now being made the newspaper announced their division Army with .ix .i E..
SB18'10t00WW 7 Admiral Sir Philip Vlan hasu ZIeHlh Schabool will bl held Indldlbuly, will be dIscussed. intention to return to work in raph, of "h g" the facts be-
S- been named for te apot .. I tIobbe March 19 to 233. defiance of the union boycott hind a cloak of .mlitar secrecy.
Si tee 7th Diet- nM' itU *flel tAp The over-ll commander of the duig spring vacation. l Af( which has forced muspensEon of He warned that what he called
S'....S aa rndtr lo e to acquaint the rUOseaof Asks publication since Jan. 20. stl-scret military plau may
S. which Attlee said the latic with the ife of a soldier lead to "ruinous Inflatpn
C omAtftHoand will b tIs a. e rSp, t ndc The employes wired their in- addn t0, a year
GSu2 .wgM aA vall bl0eRto ,o prd sIg IO tentlon to President Peron. Min- the nation' tax load.
echteler of the Untedstates. C. 0 8 fual arlsation with the rfe and later of Labor Jose Freyre, Min-
Mo.ri Levy' of Nw Orlesm, Attlee's disclosure P el w ed la ra-et WASHINGTON, Feb. 27 (Up)- ter of the Interior Angel or- "aft ta he Whaira
S aion .wa p. s t Mycadetin either the Balbos District AttorneyGeor. e Morrishl hfI u
a':g.. .. a0ent. Vincent Bladm Al"tacr tnPCommonsINA ok -- aboard. to be ab In t e the sam a .e ah tor l e -ed tel e o d ete at e a e or ow .
a o lt I s ae th Ut de- are, ta the o the Cristob s unit Ibl. today demanded for Theme telegrams al said the th
.. ta coml teal o were n ted to- wi th hi arts w consent. The Ocar Collaso, 7 bPuertoRican employee expected government ttee and en V hap
i t a tlln tdftHol. aer planthe frt lae day by o. K N u E. Te t r mn wi be about PL assassin accu4 of a protection and a guarantee ofI man, D. y.*
e .U.'b'-'_ -'__b esneld tIdlaty l lletlwy l mufR th Nereican adiranopltlWen a I. P.Tt blta. J.Moiblow -c-e"n f"-." l w htOUe e gurth d bI ad a the freedom to work. RuSel reslled thst the Jon

>ap- a ae smoothed baek tute r; M undrn by and an)amin E. PhlRS with profeded, tcuding work.c ronn on
Sfitu r .evplcd.. ay .ountrh op o etio Dr. wCa v ildt Secl ld- ate the wlt the t, uAdI rte.- M .. to i s Mwhle n Meco Ct 1 ches of taff had aid t t
whnho .plunged fromn upper Vc, hargeda that the Prte Minis- iS ti f a-bil Danc@~e tm e Heer Strng Boogiean
Floor the lobby of the Hotel ter was "turning the Ral Navy re ANOLA, La., Feb. 27 (y-a The convict, cut their Achll-
onenIrqs u Over to the r IAmericans. I o by D r. t, r erir l, a none will be ptesormittheyr tu a outlinedthe p Thirty-one convicts i n Lous.an a les tendons on February 19. It

Pomi Ma A l \l trnate d. legaStoval an leave the et duro the aour- Wcase at Coa'murder trial be od. Prion sawed the Achilles was a secret until the end oft
.. .. OneS rV r eqO re.d.et av ,- ... ..m-.h. ......... em y dirM dingerabove ther hees two last week, when a prisoner who-
a ase sry ur a .but t sk for a debate onf t..question puty Director of ta Marine forms and equipment to the fore a Federal Court Jury of 10 Prensa u "a typical came of nee
.. *_a.,_ expted WJ will _. ..--a debate which probalf wouldhUrNa a p i women and two men .government Interference with Thats a defeatist attitude,
Send n another on- de ce be required to heign sa they willof wast ird widthe raor bladhe s and hopped had served his time and bee
111 1.Ie i -1 notion against the lAbo,.govern- Pacific Bide board: 1e.-N. Irwin, fed In a regular troop mess to- o-coa r.ator Grisello Torresola. to consider the case of the huell a sted w f the moin
Is a n M.ent.Vinkin* a e henthey tried to world-famous newspaper "Im- chi
mH OSs. In .urop the debate benoak .They also are watching the eW sand JerTr, ho ntheeare tiInd onl. o. ht r Lelie media. defeatist thanold outr own hr
L IAttee told the Houpse "~.tha d-.- Tyrewh-Dr. 0. W. Adams as other r oon. (ut, Cl t ao WhitS, Hous pl
L jtJ n- reai have been completed to tpite our great naval tmdit lons, me.cl vdysor- th oe wim hbe UNO I -.1 iCfel aWais-eIHn te---' ue x ucang o.
O. m .- .tto lr h.1d in e lob-rthe defense of theNort Atlan- AtM bA id n 1: oudge e.e e at. s led t i p l bod any le e Tsne

.. ...by IIIn bLev's f alla the tic Oceanrca.nno t possibly.- in a LP. atOn av J. Moumblow Recrea tionaoaihles will ean e e rbullets.e
0- r n( bas futur wa: b em bY Fan B.m .- 7 f. w p e l : atea: (or further background n La. Convicts Slashr Te o
Sof btter l plcan, opposing commitment prcountry alone." Dr.bnesWayne G w der rcalad thnd the tendoneate thaand arrange- he cse agtake the beating we had
SmU groundrceothe Three r u from change third day the ollese made. made theirssault "with the Dance Heetakeoverhere.

!r opiS 1! g ge o nodrar thdbee hf"aiiOerm tof Aormpanes e trloc." n l wbe thr e oreidao ent."aed onHbctsd jIu..sory ici beue
- ur* on rs t teSitla- r.a t Ernes t The cadets will learn what the murder at apr pBseo

S ade" s e re s a "Od. ri t hhhrie ion "oIn gh oth e rUs d nth. H e to ld Ju ra,

h- o"n ardnal D" Bo rdgr- ,, ..- ,.-he w..,.n,.. ,lnee ..e e ts. .
try, fr. medical asnone Will be prmlItd to them to "return a verdict of LA. LT their Achel-
CJtendosabove.Q0,leglandleaveththeestdurng.n hel in fo ash maeekState we arisoneAere h whesdo
e~lP 'l P arties l A ll COYve r V oe rld '.u a-government day period..Morev .ermeeta sentOnsOfdeatlrtelndonmabove their heeloin two.Iasia seetuntilee
e lang .Fay disclosed that Coffelt fired with razor blades and hopped hn serve s te an

|em~ si d uesday and Taraday5:. trust te of sandwich BaJtoa Titles ^v n
...RUON In Europe the debate breaks .They also are witching the .,n who e n Ina o o about their barracks In a weird releed tod about it in hree
r, o(UP) dn die nr te Zonw retuornting Unlyon.Dede shot. uhlZe. the .n she dnce, tiling blood uand por La.
S n breadtps Washington hearings courtsI, i..inta as Gtover The ouo wnilor be ed -sionpns. Thta e d cHe, trat teolrboodo .ant epr t ee
= moeA wde argx __ asfollows: question ofUO., troopstoEurope .meat aL ..anGprrvisTe al otoi. ot e disot pleaded areas .singin the Heell Strin Boo- EasesyileHthe pis
S w a In ,he,-Th r s b eeyh l 1 Al.c wl spd ._ ashey declined to say what fused to let correspondents In
&mh th .. i. uaft In -a volun- ly In orientation &An, L- .ealready -so Coffelt
-' pries who okedto a? the t i !tn cait othe econd do c wiAll threetimes andbeliinhim Were the words to their lament. side the prison ges today.

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S L ve s end ................................................M..... Fe "
A Steamer ................................ FL Y..*6 1 ,.
lad r Knot ............................Marh 1
A Sti m er ................................. March t 2 i n
B.S. Levers Bend ......................... March s
A steamer ......................................A l 3
a" General c91R 4Xmrrisew OF 3
Arrives oil a g c
New York Freight Servie Crilt6bal so u ysirtestla a .inh iwrls S
..... mifls, tiKne m, unnuse o 1 M
.S. Cape Cd ................... ..........March 3 InNoontrs or New York ae a t a'ra fare.
8.. Cape Cumberland ..........................Mar.. 4
8.L Cape Ann .................................. ar. 11 F, Ura mem *
LS. Cape Avinof ...........................March 18 lg
flavana Freight Service
Sallisp Weekly from Havana to Crist6bal .w L
Weekly sallings to New Tork, Losa Angeles and Seattle.":
Ocasional salings to New Orleans and Mobile.T
Irho steamers In this service are limited to twelve passengers.y_._;
841r1iSa-f N en om Crist6bal to
W at Coast utrul America
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Telephones: "
S Orit6bal 2121 PanamA 2.2804 Col6n 20 0 -, .
Bird Speed won races here, according to ur
Braniff Airways is speeding up sports expert.T Hi
L, hCthro ugh service between Pa na1 ma BY4l6
I. aLdthe1J4.8. West Coast. VLojal l cCaftMno
c r u P l Steami NayV afl COfllCmpany A special arrangement is being The ex-ptrol craft .
.M 81 .OIA 0IIARTZ 194 made between Braniff and Delta which rqn round recei-t -
-, INCORPORATED BI BOIAL CHARTER 1840 and American Airlines to run the submnfie net at
f DWal Mall Um Ld lights from Houston to the West was to clew Balboa todgam
R Uoyal Mal Mnes LW Coast, connecting in Houston route to Salvador. Sheute d *
"4 with planes arriving from Pana- southbound Saturday aftl .i |
FAST FREOHT AND PASSE.NOER SERVICES ma. The Delta and American pleting repairs In Crint|a .
FAST FEIT AND PAb OE ERVICS lines' flights would be made with -
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COASTS DC-6 equipment, and non-stop ToNewcastle?
OF NORTH AND SOUTH AMERICA to California. Iguanas, of all the ing, a
The new plan Is to go Into ef- bout to be imported Into rWm3
fTO ECUADORet PERU AND CHILE fect In the latter partof March ma. '
S TO ECUADOR PERU AND CHILE or early in April.
r Mv. "SARMIENMTO" ............................ March 9th Braniff Airways reported |es q
A- .. pasngenr leaving Tocumen terday that they were__.( aI
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, HAVANA, on one of Branff's DC-6 planes, 545-pod consignment of .
NASSAU. BERMUDA, CORUNA, SANTANDER for instance, t 2:5 a.m., arrives ma shrimp to Havana AND HB Co .iMg
in Houston at 9:50 a.m. He will orders for an lddition:L 1-0 no2onoAND DM us
and LA PALLICE clear customs and immediately pounds for the next four "t
M.V. "RZINA DEL PACIPICO"..................Mar. 3rd board the waiting Delta or Ame r- ChoCuba. |Il
MV. "RIEINA DELL, PACIFICO" ................Mar. 3rd ican plane, arriving in Los Ange- In return, Cuba ibshippf t o s
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT les after a three to four-hour Panama iguanas and 1t9 Vyat .
flight. The same arrangements The shipment have been afI
..O "LAMENCO ............................ March 14th would be made for passengers on ed by Manuel Lopes's Pes ad
the DC-4 service. Ths edule Modelo.
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.,/HOLLAND AMERICA LINE leaves Tocumen at :so a.s. and ---- d
arrives in Houston at 1:20 p.m. SaUnr .I ,.
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS Immediate connections on Delta Nearing the end of an around
S"LOCH AN"............................ March 13th and American would be waiting. the world trip which started in
"LCH RYAN" .. .r hLos Angeles In 1946,Mr. and Mrs.
SB. "I00H AVON" ......................... March 29th Tojapa William Crowe arrived laist
Ho.meward bound through the Thursday in Cristobal aboard
TO UK/CONTINENT Canl terda was the Japan- their39.foot schoneeLogSyne.
S.& "DALERDTR .........................."end o Malh e Ster wayo Maru of the The schooner was built = aona-
11" Ird 91ri a cargo of phos- planned around the world trip
-Tampa, Florida, a halted.by World War IL
Sto(mawimsot" .-tonc argo Their present trip started. in
T o C 30. a th. Tel 1 Ti e omad6 ot ound tran- Los Angeles, touched at the Msar-
COPANT INC.. PsammA Te-l. -ISWISMS1 : Baiba ~ sI lit to- Houston in o nd-Jruary quesas, Honolulu, Bamons and i-
with a cago of ste plate. Local Islands, Nw Cledonia and Af TAp EAS To See Peo
agents are Wilford and McKay. mn ane. The Grpent four
Horses to son Reef, moving on to BalS Batavia, DM'T
,Two race horses, which have Singipor and Woeyln. They0 i
oracedo a a aore d- cruised o aroundAfrica, with stopsT
A CLASSIFIEDS e d yesterday at er 18 onto the ongboth and crossed MiR.. XV LKl | u l
PA. lLA33MN j 7Deltf of the Royal Netherlands the outh A i to Brail. oo SOP |I MLA N l
P..CLSSIFIE" r -n '& Line for shipment to Callao. The The Crowes reached New York S diit5e
shipper was Jorge Ohltis. last May and, after a cruise In
The animals are Lepanache. an New England waters, made the
English horse and Bonnie Wade, east coast passage to Miami on
an American mare. Neither has the Inland Waterway. Last lap _
In the West Indies was the run
From KXingston to Cristobal, 560W

miles in two and a half days.
BN 'Lift Up

Sor the Pan American Games "
(A Lenten feature of the Pa- - -
nama American, prepared by N f* n COMeTIP WCAiar PW
Sthe Rev. M. A. Cookson, Epis- \ MB Am CI4
-- b.-" ecopal Church of Our Balour,
-i r New Cristobal.) N .
"Ye shall.be sorrowful, but
PANAGRA YO=r sorrow ll be tur ed in-71..

1,*OT While the Armed PorceS are
M E Egaining victories on the korean -
*k~ front we should be able to die-
Sttories on the Home Fro One of
/ 1 these victories to be gained by a
rood number of people is the vie-
Rl InterAmericano, the world's ory over sorrow.
anost Isurious DC-6, provides -_ I M1 Religion is not insurance a- '
most l-,,urioua DC-6, provide. gt# .ainst trouble, but aganut nde-a
the fastest daily service between eat orrows come tothoewh
Panama-Balboa and Buenos Al- believeaswell as toe whodo OE WOARDING *OU.B .... with .... MAiOi aggrfU O
re: 13 ha 15'. (Twice a week it If not:; only we take them in a dit- 0--- - *
Wes ferent way MARD, 10 CNICWR I* KAAIIl %ta *rn
offen even grestP &ury and Our faith shows In the way we f MACXMi4OIBMI A ItiMgWitli60 W
comfort with the exclusive Fiesta take inescapable human arrow. t eMD D iit pB A3S*ID > I Kg a KO
Loung). En route you ma to Christianity aintlcipatea It; la tWPIaeD OJ ERtIb* AUI0T MD P
Lotne). n route, you my stop ready for it. A desperately Ill man J!-*iq...i*. T1*1 1tlS14Cl XIbiSE
Off to visit the beautiful West Come to Buenos Aires asked why his pagan friends did A "-U t!.O oU'eB 1CHAUC. t 9S30tW) 41
Coetd apitals, Lima and Santiago ,- during the Pan Amerlan not come to see Im much, oUu [ B.i p WLaC5 S wDlS I bI.ES
Boonomical tourist Ildlts twice Games. Watch the chm. Chrltan friends came moe mIlee CHAuCER* OAU MAK W A
e ek are another outstanding ploa ahlbetee of the Am. have only a "stiff upper Up"; *R
Pangra service. Fare reductions rica in exciting campet. so nt, haf d they i peit ,
op to 25%. Comfortable, speedy tioa. Enjoy the gety know the answer and so can o -
DC-4'. follow the scenic route of Itr and hospitality. of thi. with Joy and faith where borrow jor aaefh

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23M yers aprplence In Soulh Americ man lost his devoted wife, for
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aji"a"l he Hones nd nte ed c. abou treare (eleAnyond de dito attend may
ahto u. o t "arr : T !t "f:to tn"p N'neC c rOnta wit s the isSertn ot
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DIO SPRINO Tax, Feb 21- stomach and chest. Browning was To lnMtaiI Offcer
rations ,orae shortlyay (UP)-Cattleman Rulua Brown- hit In the chest. ... iei m...-- re .
tWUfed that. te i, 55, and railroad connucter Browning crawled ten feet to At otWveryoug 1olatei
Slir now o~ M about Joe Hentderson 45, fought a gun the side of Henrderson who waw s
1 .Mme I e ri n *C- battle atsan.todayInthenear- aranttyh already dead and installation of officers for the
,lani tor rFtsbtltUl men ly deserted.cafe of a smalthotel. 5asned with pocket knife. 1951 term will be held by the Liga
w eaer itn osbat sfx to Waitress lte Wo mak was there BDrownmg then collapsed and civica waclonal at the meeting
aimths should be operat- only witness a the men blazed died. 7:30 o'clock this evening at ie
ae a limited bass "pretty ayay. - ._ B r ent sdou bl oh-" o Cerveceria Nacional lounge.
-i ./ She told *olice Chief Biflnip- mlcide polie said the men had T officers-electa Rupert
atr l, which was ap- pol theat Sowning was .dilnklng bee. en a long tme but hringle president; Albert Loupte
b7lmn Pronge. prmesdetAt Lourse.i
S. vote already acup-o wdid notm w t as ice president; IE.. Mvonlols.

.Mia .l ,c It buwod| _,ag_ diolf."2lj.i. r^ nott filvl*atwo 4$ and Cnrio Cumberbath. record-

aboute boh-h.hrIs feea as Slly rm ad a p alt.u wili-givean
_ ^ total nearby a ni-"sed. i informal talk on hb*u eriences

wg ,_ns o rl ent catttlemn sts Fro t m hiM te dt g ha t stay in tan. .
th att,,,^nag, 55,andhakinog edeoaro lthonge ,.rh" Wnf -yTa-od namainh
~-"non oam a'o t Joe, yderson pulled, a OGmaf ig t meco who returned home e r-
tSrson a lay adcoedIrinas own- PRAOUE. Feb 27. ( r this month, received his M.t
SItre on nt mareinget retmatedmBrowdyln ii was announced today that the Ix- D., degree t rom the escola rtu-
tse e a l ttlerlv Communist Foreign inist' ista of the University of Brazil,
hwByf, Chairman of the Joint Both men tl wounded but on Vladimir Clementing has been ia- Sao Paulo last December.
tafftesfhed be oyte the tested ans leader od a vlot tO
g t -t4ad HesAfoervdcea Cs ore- ly atHtndeyn -i- overthrow te Red government Anchonor graduate of the Na-
Se Adnne herviife Boid tha .; 1edeo-W-ht*n t ee

!w v ujptleh plans to subastltte e a.nd sselt Cin ty l Ceh president tonal Institute hete in 1945. er
- al Rl'-% 7 r -old draft for the ... . -- ,.. Klement Opttwald. 'iwas granted a scholarship by the
S4atratUon'e S-ye. r-ocld e-- v .gove ment C nd iter
lThe gonent said four oth- left for Brazil to enroll at the Es-
S be eeed from 21 / I er members of the Communist colaPallta f4r erehe completed
-oMN ***-..- .( : *r1 party's cinttal committee -ote a sfmmy r medial; course.
*rRrMn moral Sid he ca*.- of them a deputy secretary-g,- Rrubens.t served at
Neral of the party and a member l
S-" been arre as co-conspirators. t aI- .... -

o rpi ,m tl'"i cwhCommunl.r, ,were expetleh froome e
3onthe party nUlf for trying to take
'4V Browning ateuh was annboth the central committee and t Ddrfohe3^fRB

'who did not elaborate Tito's Yugoslavia.
th.. seaiid there is little -o m ni Foreign-in a report of the party central Bal
w o-staffld tension will edbee ommlttee's meeting which indi-
r m w rned hat he -- 1Y a. cafted he would rgeat e ly trial.
$oth may have to holdT ow Ren mentaslI
planse nesus "for 10, 15 or 1!w rumors mst #hit oofrtfh
I-Ai t. tIng to Yi..vl Ors tWes.
"t Ae B utemean, he said, that"
hrbe tn,-M 2 Zre Aerme Forefi .terstmbp ill -wie m ui.h
: diprysut uAc" late ea a a the Czech WatmmlItr Prtyt (c
X aruSe onilh b last year expelled .16rMs -A
aelratoM Draft members in the third purge ine A
uly ,atlsWl Draft 1945. """

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., Feb 27 maid the union e'mno
part of him in'sett,.,lta Io
wase dispute..
Tuesday W. E. B, Chse. vice president
out Words of the Brafott, of B oadn
Trainmen, miaeithe bhihte be-
Favorite fore the tf Liibor Ausiat-
S I STC A ORY tee which t Investigstbtg rhe
two-year dispute between 'he
lon careers aidd-th.q our operating
rGA AT Brotherhoods&. .I L -. .
Chase disclosed that thitrain-
OF F R A N C 2 men Saturday night reused a
H '" ~ National MediationDP "B sug--
'SPORTS REVIEW gestion to sign a hf&xrate agree-
aon ment naming Steelman "am. ar-
7AND 8 PORTS bitrator for a limited period of
B VOA~I "I wish to make it clear to the
ORD (VOA) Senate. the pgbli, tnd the Pres-
0of America t VOA) idelt," Chse sald. %hat we don't
9 RES want Steelmain 1, our contract
for any pIriod o ise,.
: Band Concert "We re ard hli attempt to c0ii1-
9 AN DEBUT el In while acting as editor In
0: ON PARADE our dispute as establishing an
( all-time low for morality in oub-
: ..tor Dancing lic office, even measured by prea-
1 6 r Favorites entL da yitandards?"
SOff Stdelman intervened In the
dispute last year andannounced
Tomorrf. Wednesday. Feb. 28 on Dec. 21 a remomrndum of set-
tlement which later was rejected
7:0S-Mi Salon by members o the four unions.
8:lb I W VOAP D. B. Roberfton, preadent 6f
8:3 L. ag Varieties the Brotherhood of'Locomotive
8: Makers Firemen and Engiremen. a!d
9:00---n. railrdtd managqmept has estab-
8:1 BY FOR ADVEN- lished -"an insurmountable obs-
tacle" to settlement.. He said the
:ils-A "i.tee It controversy has beadome "inten.l-
0:00- we1 fled" instead of -drawing tg a
0:0-Oftf The Record close.
1:00.-N WS
li:06-,O The Record
F:00N ST. LOUIS (UP)-Stven mem-
2:0.-LUThleon Music hers of Alcoholics Anonymous
2:U0--Pt luri Music were arrested in a raid by polka
I:0 =IVWS on a privateclub. The charge was
l:i--41Sutk rime gambling' In a low-stakes .stud
1-SM:TICANS AT WORK poker game. The raid was made
2:l-I8 hisloimr rail after thq:amIbllngsqUd reapvb
2:158-Ift Time To Dance ed an anonymous telephone tip.
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4:00-Music Without Words
4:50-What's Your Favorite
6: 15-Evening. salon
:00-Azarraga at the Organ
7:45-Here Comes Louis Jordan .
10:30-Leas Brown
10:45-rAmerican Favorites
11:00-The Owl's Nest -ll
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SIC charges Trace Back To '48;,

)A Continues Investigation

.' By United Press

NEW YORK, Feb. 27 The arrest of a ninth basket.
.boll player on charges of throwingn two games back in
I 1948 opened up a new field in the biggest sports scandal
of the postwar era.
"' The latest court star brought into the District Attor-
ney's dragnet was ex-Long Island University "playmaker"
Nathan Miller, charged with taking $1,500 in bribes for
fting games to Bowling Green of Ohio and Western Ken-
tucky in December 1948.
Miller's arrest was taken as a sign District Attorney
Frank.Hogan is searching back as for as possible into the
history of local basketball uncover possible "fixes" and
that other arrests might follow soon.
However, officials of the District Attorney's office
.were silentwr what direction the investigation would take
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I Marty Marion Predicts Close

4.Team National Loop Race

United Press Sports Editor
S'ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Feb. 27
LMarty Marion. the freshman
'manager of the Cardinals. yeeter-
'MAy forecast a close four-team
-race for the 1951 National League
*lnnant with the Dodgers, 01-
A'ttts, Phillies and Braves the con-
tending clubs.
a-*'fThose clubs should be up
*"there all the way," he prophesied.
Where did that leave his Card-
"It's far too early to tell," he
*.lmd. "Don't let's talk about our
*prospects now. I'm going to need
*time to get my bearings before I
'go out on a limb on our chances."
, Brooklyn, he felt. has "the sol-
,Idest club In the league."
"But their pitching is a qUa-
lion mark," Marion pointed out
"And if pitching le 0 per cent
S*of the game, as some managers
think, then maybe the Pedgets
P will come back to the rest of
' the field. But Outsid efo pitph-
S just hav
SAxbough he d&ibte flt .the
tiighCts would receive as etirling
itching from Sal Maglie andJlim
earn this year as they did last,

another starter would put them
in fine shape."
He blamed "a lot of injuries"
for the Cardinals fifth place fin-
ish Jast season-the first time in
10 years that the Red Birds have-
n't finished in the first division.
"We had more injuries than
any other club in the league," he
declared. "We had other players
we had to play when they should
have been sitting on the bench
with various ailments. Maybe we
are due to get the breaks this
The loss of Nippy Jones for
most of the 1950 season, the fail-
ure of Eddie Kazak to recover
completely from his broken an-
kle; the shoulder separation suf-
fered by Catcher Joe Garagiola
and less serious injuries to other
players "had a lot to do with our

(Oap ZNle Takes

First Day Lead In

Army WIl Tourny

nc believesLeo Durocher's club Capt. August Zllkle led the field
will "be a contender all the way." in the first day of the USARCA-
'Leo has worked wonders with RIB (Fanami Area g olf tour-
the Giants and they figure to im- nament at Fort Davis. Zilkle
pkbve." carded a 37-38-75.
#The Phillies will need the SFC Mike Kulikowskl's 76 plac-
breaks to repeat and Marion ed him second for the opening g 18
cdesn't think Eddie Sawyer will holes, while close behind him
We able to come up with anyone were Mat. Roy A. Hayden and
to take the place of Curt Sim- Mal. William J. Phillips with 77
1t41n0. and 78.
"And they may be sunk with-
out a good replacement there," The Atlantic side team from
4e said. Fort Oulick copped the initial
In his opinion, the Braves day's team honors, with 310 for
could take it all" if they come the 18 holes. Following. In order.
Su with another starting pitch- were Arftador. 326: Corozal, 334:
S, "r "to go with Warren Spahn, 7461st Siqnal. 334: 65th AAA
..Jobnny Sain and Vern Bleck- Group. 339: 33rd Infantry. 361:
ford." 45th Cavalry, 361, and 504th FA,
--Thev are rough as it Is and 383.
Announcement was made to-
day of the nature of the awards
t I to be made to 1951 winners. The
Join the medalist will receive a three-
'1 piece sterling silver cprving set,
the runner-up a similar two-
Cheapest piece set. The four team win-
W ners will each be awarded a self-
L B | winding, shockproof. water-re-
sistant watch, the case of which
is entirely of glass. Awards to the
With the medalists for each hole will be
ih. a... sterling silver nameplate brace-
highest Quality lets.
Merchandise The second 18 holes are to be
played Tuesday at Fort Davis.
while the third and fourth days
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I take place at Fort Amador Wed-
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Acevedo Match
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Cuba's Miguel Aeevedo at the
PanamA Olympic Stadium Mar.
Aeevede, former feathearwlgs t
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posaeg the fins) twe Ithe WoNiE
In his division ot longe ago. e
was once rated the "Lat Amer-
lean featherweight meet lkely to
The semifinal bouet on the ed
will pit up-and-comil Lionel
Peralta against tough Tmia 01
eiregui in a six-round contest at
a 135-pound weight limit.
The Plummer Acevedo but
will be at a 130-pound lmit.
The heard will be rounded out
with two four-rounders. The first
will be between Baby nnis and
Olseo Kid at 116. The second be.
tween Melanio Pacheeo and Les.-
lie Green at 118.

In The

Letter Box

Canal Zone.
Sports Editor,
The Panami American.
Dear Sir:
The members of Summit Hills
GoLf Club will be4orever grateful
for the very kind remarks in your
article covering the Inter-Club
play of Sunday. teb. 25. It was
certainly a b t to the morale
of the members read in actual
newsprint that t course was in
fine condition. I was another
boost to learn that e rybody was
satisfied with the han ng of the
However, like Mr. Freh I
have 9 gripe. You did not men-
tion the name of the ONE man
who was responsible for the mar-
velous condition of the course.
and of the greens in particular.
That man. Mr. Editor., is Mr. Pres-
ton M. Trim, Br. If any man de-
*rves the auoladee od the golf-
ers, it is Prds Trim. Sr. Believe
me. without his sixteen-hour-
per-day efforts. Summit Hills
would still be known as the "mud
Gene ochbtedler.

Army Sports
Standings of Teams (Feb. 25)
Team*s- Won Lost Pet.
Albrook .. .. .. .. 7 1.000L
obbe.........5 2 .714
Corosal 4 2 .667
Amader 2 4 .tl7
Clayton ........2 5 .286
West Bank .. ....2 5 .286
Atlantic Side .... 1 5 .167
The Albrook Flyvers improved
their lead in the U.S. Army Ca-
ribbean Baseball League in olay
over the week end, ending Sun-
day with a record of seven wins
and no losses.
The unbeaten Flyers defeated
Clayton 8-5 Saturday, and then
went on to wallop West Banb 8-2
on Sunday, while their chief rival,
the Kobbe nine, was dropping a
game to Clayton, 12-5.
In other league games Satur-
day. Kobbe had beaten Corozal
10-5 and the Atlantic Side team
from Oulick had shellacked West
Bank, 23-7.

Rough'n Tumble
Cops Santa Anita
Derby: Aegean 3rd
ARCADIA. Cal., Feb. 27 UPI -
Rough'n Tumble won the $100.000
Santa Anita Derby over one mile
and an eighth Saturday at the
Santa Anita Racetrack. Inter-
pretation was second and Aegean
Rough'n Tumble, the favorite,
was ridden by Eddie Arearo. He
ran down the field in the stretch
after trailing in the early part of
the race to win by two length
going away.
The Derby is the first big race
of the year for three-vear-olds.
RouQh'n Tumble paid ,.80. $3.40,
(EdJtor's Note-Aegean h a
full brother te io Sea of Juan
France fame. Mle Sea, a one-
time Class "A" has been retired
because ef bad leL and is on
sale for breeding purposes.)

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of.. r 1 today-but the otta
ighw RMave obinson real table In -
vMous ijts.L Motta began to fade after
in wsgj finy Janiro in '49. 3th
Ro Laurent D uthufie. Ve
and craters clearly expoeed
been luc In his winning fight over
Benny Leord, Mickey Wa r and Jack
would I av more than extended Robinson. The
boxing ftfeand fans ls that in assayin fighter's
fatl to codethe calibre of his oppoltion."
From John Snyder. 447 147th, NYC: "You write one
single reader has protested the repudiasion of mSopp OP by
the club owners. As you must know the dissenters an aalw
most articulate. That's how we got prohibition 30e.
I made a recent poll of my friends, all baseball fans. IVL want
Chandler (I make 121; four favor his removal; four other are
Indifferent. AI are New Yorkers, by the way."
Here I a mild protest Mdltbr Taylor p%&k received rm
Duncan A. Stevenson in faraway Bangalore, Ids:, MW
rent issue of The Sporting News Joe Wllams wlte
Silver never got to play in a world series. In W-hP1'
the Brown elt out by one game.' Tbat's right, Theinu]
recollection is.he was unable to play in the win 0 sue
year with, I think, Washington. His absence could not r-
come and the Yankees squeemd through.' I do not know W
8isler played In that series but his presence could not have i-
ed anything, since the Browns _wept the four-gam eriet'Ait
was with the White Box, not Washington. When the Yasike be-
an their final aeries (against the Red x01) they _4 a
ead and needed only one victory fo the flag. This Was Ia ur-
game series. They took the third game. Incidentally, Yankee pt-
offs made It tough for them in' that series."
Editor Bpink kindly set the gentleman straight, as ofems:
"On Sept. 2S, leading by 32 games and neediln, only one lawre
win, the Yankees lost 3-1 to the Red Box Warre-f.CoUans former
Yankee. The Browns were not scheduled. On Sept. 2S. the Red
Box beat the Yankees 1-0 behind Jack Quinn, another foh i r
Yankee, while the Browns were beating the White Sox (not Wesh-
ington) 30-2. The following g day the Yankees clinched, 3-1 be-
hind Waite Hoyt abdJoe Bush, as Urban Shocker plihed thi
Browns to a meaningless 11-7 win. On the final day the Ytaks
lost to Washington (not the White Box or the Red 41K), 3-1, With
.the Browns again beating the White Box. ier played the en,
tire Chicago series, getting one hit in four trips the first gJme,
three in six the second, and one in three the final game." COr.
ment: One of these days Ill learn not to trust my memory. ToO
bad Mr. Stevenson neglected to tell us how the fans in India
feel about the Chandler ssuee.
From Alec Hamilton West. 150 E. 32nd, NYC: "Your crack
about looking tAr the Stone of Soone in Marblehea4 Mass.. is
distressingly unfunny. To begin with, it is not marble but whisa
stone, a kind of granite. I am 70 years old and was born in
Scotland some 10 miles from Scone-Perthshire, and Scone, inci-
dentally, is pronounced Skoon. May I add I am an old admirer
and constant reader." Comment: Thank you, kind r. and why
haven't the noble Scots ever erected a monument to Johnny
From C. Robert Paul Jr.. Elizabeth. N.J.: "You opened a fine
can of peas with your piece that the Ivy Leaguers were boycotting
my alma mater, Pennsylvania, beginning 1953. A large part of the
alumni has gone into mourning, really. Not me. I'm proud to dis-
associate myself from this sensitive group. Let's look at the rec-
ord. Harvard? They never drew more than 45,000 in Franklin
Freld and nobody cared about watching Penn In Boston. Yale?
Their athletic director's ya-yak about 'natural geographical rival.
ries' is pure double-talk. They were eger to play us when they
cculd win. Then came that wonderful Saturday afternoon when
we rolled up 50 odd points against thelp and they quit. We'll mis
Princeton and Dartmouth but somehow I think they'll be back.
Just who are these Ivy Leaguers that they must be pampered and
coddled? Any college football schedule that is made up of seven
softies and one traditional Is ridiculous. And don't let anybody
try to tell you tjhe Ivy Leaguers aren't out on the prowl for foot-
ball players. Why blame Penn if they wind up with nice little
Lord Fauntleroys? Pardon me while I sob softly." Comment: Do
you think the split T has come to stay?

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Caracas newspapermen select-
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Catcher: GuWFDl Lu"es (omr.

Third me: Se rt 1a (Obai).
Shorttop: Stan Brad (Poert
OuatftldedmS: Johnny Dvi (Ve-
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and Rub6e Gese (.ereO e.),
Connie Johsa(Pe ).
Manager: GergeSeal (Puer.
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Henriquez Clip

Tournament Pay

Continue ToTay

Play in the Henriquea Cup
Tournament Singles and Double
ylwl continue this afternoon with
one doubles math. At 4:30 p.mn.
Natmn-Smith will play tedjgs-
All the matches over the week
end. except one, were rained out
In the match that w
Myron FPlscher downed F
Sladky 7-5, 0-4, 0-.
Tomorrow two matches aw m
tap. At 9 a.m. Arthur vs. laMes.
At 4:30 p.m. Stevens vs. NaIL.
Thursday-S a.m. Hendques
vs. limpson.
Frlday-4:30 p.m. Laliche-erry
vs. Young-Oldfleld.
8aturday-3:30 p.m. Pnuls-
Htad v. Wulard-Loula.
Sunday-8 a.m. _apt. C anlph
vs. Taft; a.m. Kaduro 0 .
Oldfleld; 10 am. D. Balman vs.
K. Young: 2 p.o. Misneras.-
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Ent e ;' : "9"oo.' V"
Enters Showdown' WeT

North Carolina State. with an
averl record of 25 wins and four
*feats, has accepted an NIT bd
and will shoot for an NCCA bid
this week. The Wolfie k, regl ar
eason chaamplons the oUth-
e'n Confeoe with a 13-1 lea-
gue mark, an get the second bid.
rfthey W tIN cnterence est-
aHason tournament in Raleigh,
starting Thursday.

Along The Fairways

In the Fag Tournament held
by the 'wo lirs of Fort A-
nmador G g Feb. 1, several
had to play extra holes before
their stroke were used.
In the It-ele Flght., leenU
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In the Nine-BHole Fl Bbbie
Grebe plante her g on the
tenth hole d Agne Sga-
foos placed hM theteu the
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Please note that due to a men's
tournament being held on the
course Wednesday and Thursday
the next Ladles' Day will be Fri-
day, March 2.


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M r .aIsre Mrs. Wayn, er0,M Mtn eDora- M U halls
of th and r i T. WVo ld wnit & 0 ,nd
I w.n.ve n- M. U. .a ep- X a n. s R, M31rans.

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k I Smy aid a picture of- the Control t th" anda "Tbo
on."Ma W.e a a s we .r4iends, oboshpS
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:A! ts nce a. the m ien I The wl vioncludeeL.

.fPas lr. :a.d. a veteran of x:year Impromptu remarks were made The r blhtbual. M ta PtaLOb, el aw in w
r mi A aati Suon- u flu tue p i l pmeu m A.
.... .. .N ..- t eemA 1di~nl n: the-ontrol alt .. ul"
g ,a a . ...owe and aicft- mm eral spen Mre. memR.ipims" M;Tt'as flelt aS
it s etint Mh he orge RANds and Mr. Captain nd DM ts. Wom errt Fw hle r., si
405 5 gs. Charlbe es empl e a no thed Isthm s th e nu t huo e aakeC Unslawill b bbro e o r
17 wtHed willl a ridas to The Boy.Ntosa dh Margarita wil l. fft pp

3b-" ,.V. O lPerch ltwa l sk lw on andUrp. m Mc Nl McCart.
-a ffrom M in sI, t Ja nuar y N e S 15them N ta t rs
AsPWfo0 G # Aterr ve. .the.at? iA of is roi M or.he Mrs. W t0 lt leri S
l artment.hubeen ft plo with he tO attend Any l ter utd friends

b witit 30oDXM tB attha aaare t oraie ha Yrwl bei r atat im. n it and Pahi tad haveln I thed G v i S b
Lac hLoks aIne he 1936. will be welcome. nL sI
'n h newf Tr " :i veteran of ix years Impromptu remarks were made Thergr us.rssle h t ,
.1 afV4 .. 1m Mno ln.o. Idse during World War II, by Mro t C.1R. C. stockham, Supoer- will taepieprloed4nlathp cl e. M H
< ant"-el r ieRnn V t A 4 plans the move, but intendent of the Locks, Mr. Will- grai. stntR at orM.
a of"inth. dlc ne In the porch lam A. Van Stolen, Jr.. Superin- members only. Refreshments m NW.WW

t ach. H pnney Mr.a.. Mr.. J. A. of Coon and M r r- 9
u eular.W u settling u di -o Mt.dd -hGeorge Randr S and Mr. captain o d wV". Rabdrt Fanletd ar n a m
W M yas emahdeag t Charles V. Scbeldegg wee in crossed the the otbu Saturd ay
2214=1-" __P l. giv the6the.o e eah" teeta o ievein tatt endethe o d b eo -
Ladmer- f attenrded by 5 Members and en e aptpI slid Mrs. len
n ds ss Wns o' of the 1-5th NansISf usth e s0 -
-' a"'s"ws m .an th 0 ontraOt oneu: 'teereAnD nl-berto dar, b21 chare of the Mr. W ahc Mrs eoend to attndel theprty e-hler
;FF S.a Salfif.. dsi n S the a bi lowp, t.iot I* o5Spiptl. "1org Bllnn tto et. "raome o I ces dV I. ra .
Sboth row %j oral o i' lprominentArriving
g.o-%-.e# w. .s a nIo~ ~ ah '.NeMu.ti h h : Mr and Mrs ..Oh N&ere Novlacotia. d re Mr. and Mrs. wJoseptP. led Ma

S u e Cum e i5ikSa trutrap. flil ftp "ou n .s SGn a w re A oU .RN. r Mro. and atCo lT tomorrow< w On the Em- xer of Pravidence, Ya r bode Isd,
row. fsItId .pia haugtwo, apet Camp Clr ppre a othi. and onaCaribbean nare arriving Monday March
-- I NKr hb, t1,iColon Map _l he familyth

T es Q o m mlto d l o e fl 2-
dt e sa21 tClnohasi dn. During their stay in aa rt visit their son and hs fa i t
AdV i ig h1.2 & D Sh e M the ,wil .bedthe guestsof aMr. \ Americanv e-consl and
Oldtde h nphfpr mibnier l o l e N andn Mrs.Pab lo. one Jo rlckof razos rl oWhitaker. e
ane1 4a; Vnl fam'" tof h agmo, a m1=tHaiigh Feb. 3 H hts, who arTar-

sad 19 re led a4 .c1o n Bn edt oye moTh r a twoilt-a ,,e mouth.Hptl
t re lead. Ranthenuo w i beato.the ThY. -od. Tot w '8oe. te Mr. and Ms. Joames 1 W ns

,sutso eb w23n' . mMn. eMab wa the ,tet. Bt ,t
rwhn theyl snunl th eo Mayor of Yarmn nd Mrs. N.s ia d children, ndahw fan George -

a hn r r e ro- too-th attng trie k with theo W ap orGr. d
S. aMr Ms. H Stte ad jack oey. Mr. anf d Mrs. not. A. of Cowon, and Mr
,N g.1' 01 BAM Ut-W= with Iila Ann, Judith Ann AoR; preed Tank, daughter, Feb.* 23, nto cqueto and DaOvidW a o
3111118%,TrMr.. .adrMrdsa00we ohX.? M, acrtMr soandaM s .day and returned-ii. he urs
M a ndti--ri M rs VP. tp olishea.e. a n d h e rI-
alnranged from live sounsH
Sundayrs of t 'li sdedfinesse sa eea d, ounces to four 1 3 l ,Mr d Mrs. Her- trhe Mrr oit. w lhlo s
whee he 4 e & ta m a~a-t y we e t- hel and nephew Mr. a ind y'i Mrs. Jayed theS ^ dan ce atf t lstba
an th ., tq ea ounce. They we the fist l- bert of Re Tank, n Feb. 24. niece and nephew, Mr.Wand Mrs.'sdmsa efl
*"', te Aoem oglavttm T1.,ned1, drn aof the hldl ood swe et-GorganHospital. George 8. Bennett of Bramas Armed Forces 'I'" Saturday
pa na a soIweni t wnthearts who. un.rIed i ma L Mr. d MrsoHeights, were complimented sith evening, which was entitled
-sfr"apMtl. fiadthmt0.4o -. a ss. .Georgof sObo n," Fe. ,. a on,,buffetsupper wr given by "Goo-ge' Jlive."

In the other room the play w h9. ,a wrung out dish hre. Stanley, of attenir, DasH gtho it2!
A ,rita,-p s.Wde/f-". o h at finaneiai status Will 9 pital. o a A ls- o reetwere Mr.EmilaV
Iepsdes, Mrs.s d ettan_, Mrs. n~eo j w# _A State _dswondy w th onunn lead with the like now. CULLIN, Mr. and Mu. lames _raongoe. who IS at oppkI at tie m a
A."We'llomusll A ace Of sds and proeee, just have to manage," C., of Pedro l nuel, son, Feb. 24, 2A Hotel Washington.o, Mr. rtraim U
: red.6M1a60.tStev en&ttlW dtfi aesnd. rA, d appear tht wth 1 and Mrs. Bennett, Mr.
afthtardhtbond and ttididn' t- rJ J N, Capt. and Mrs. J.
46.UK., dra Routwhtrautmpstolead P& W wilhavetoldo0much it., pt FPort Clayton, on, Feb. 24, EU
rrmagltrn u supii aTasI &esrGore Ho .DOfWe Younger
Mrs South of -and--a m, io rr .w. _Look Younger Itot
Joh~n, alEiu ~~.~~trom soen. He..Cfnb club launch- MURPnr, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd, 7 Aon aOnor 1 1110111
laaim wasrea iawpklo d ntuy do rie ion nte .
Mirplan.hoi8 t*1W M a V.e i lt ineatuthern,"aOws'tou i-h anotoeroat aJoa)ip Day di" of Cocoli, daughter, Feb. 26, Gor- 1..
h e s th e pe t and t ao s e od tu f t.w ttlaX tw i m er h don l yore fON s aid n t IN Mr an d M rs. M a rlon, .uU.92 4, srh .
". Z IV WA.Di is i one*befoe disedeIandItwBaolanbe., ,n, upy fta, son, Feb. 25, orgas 0%:%. *
r hn a ve boa trans ertotherLock D! ivild so u S ith ea a ep do ,to dum m y's two tw in g _-clarts, a year's Hospit al,-v W DI
-dolnolhoveren-h. efWestohadn11r P mite, nd.iAx months' s to u Inert' t
Mnmareaareer r tat Wet's remain- to be Bmeforhis DO C Franciso, onetsous

iin club us t be the jact sine m Ing family. Before the month, of Arraijan. Feb. 23, O0r- iaoot=441srttl~urig
Idu ., Wliaonsln, we. e I4o aM h 2 )$.Ia s I 0_ninee aob eedILn. told to expect twins-he had JONE. Charl 6 o, L5,o-f .= .. __ .t

at m,-.r ob1 Iii.eMAaA$ u_ (is J ..p.la.yed -5- s- g r his $hand '9.a

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MAUS-lO. Hotw AWahipen -.- CalMn -. Spring aL 9a
| MADRWI.- Uhion C--b FaPa-. ;st.-reojom ne& need. ive you no anxies
MARCW17 flh 4i e flo- Aibrodk neod.
5... she ..S .:f a- n.. .. .mi..ing to .er... ee .. ede o r.etl ss n t, te no 0
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, $.ptulsticst.4 iwtq M~b. *Waltz *Rumebe Me 1 th worMt 'm famd iom eooh m Mum Hea M es ns a
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w nl usa Series, Blue Celer with
s-vee aned radle. $1,400.00.
:' ;'4-1-4 MOOT PARIDIS, S. A.
-. 4 SALE:-1950' Chevrolet Styllne
Luxe 4-Door Sedan, only 3,800
.'miles on speedometer,- white side
Wfrall.tires. Car like new. Cristobal,
... ..1396 after 6:00 p. m.
We .SALE:-'49 Buick Super Con-
ertible. Quarters 249-D, Coco So-
)P .302.
', PIR SERIS. black celer with nylan
?- eat severs end radle. eaM wit
apeoell grille guard. $1,200.00.
OR SALE: 1949 Buick "Super"
sedonette with Dynaflow, radio,
W' white side wall tires, underseat
S heater, plastic seet covers, low ml-
S.lagep. Just like o new car. Call
t' lhick 653 Hurdle, between 4 and
.: p. m.
FSAL.- .
.,,Jrim, r.ay sale with- mylen see
1,75 0..
SISALE:--1947 Hudson Comma-
d .8, 4 door sedan. Good condi-
good tim. Inured. Price
0.00. 612-A, Sago. St. Cocoli,
i.f.z.S '

i e. iey eeler wit sadi end
sen -svrs. $1,.125.00.
o I.. ,, p HEVROL5T
A6-FSALE:-1951 4-door De Luxe
-'C: Stdann. 263 actual miles. Owrrer
living for States. Full price $1.-
800.00. Can be financed. Call 86-
-' "',5, between 4 p. m. and 6 p.
m. James M. Robb.
t ,SALE: -
l'*Ie. Blue elae with DyneTlew
.. d a*V ey seeat seven, abe cleek.

.... / SALE--1939 Plymouth $150.-
House R-31-F, Rousseau, C.

; SALE -The sooner the better
-"oing away reasons. PACKARD
-..=. compared conditions. Phone 2-
2.712, Panama. To be seen at I1th
West Street and "A" Avenue.
BMeek sele with redle end nylae
eat secvers. $995.00.
FOR SALE--1941 Buick Super Club
Coupe, good condition. $150.00
down. Albrook Quarters 261-A.
phone 86-7174.
FOR SALE:-Owner leaving Isthmus.
1946 Lincoln in perfect condition.
.* Bargain price. Inquire "Formocio
Ruiz," Panama.
S'IALI: -,-
:Caller with seat severs and redie


OT-Sla* and wht otnBl

lT:-Bloqck and white Boston Bull
terr noramed Deacon. Lost be-
en Gamboa and Summit on
Thursday. Possibly headed toward
brok A. F. B. Much loved fo-
Mily pet. Finder please call M/Sgt.
L.att 276-3290 or Gamboa 230
Gqmboo Police.


Help Wanted
Pm:-Moale English Sponlsh
PiISpher, Must be active. Co-
o. abject. Eax 297, klbeta C.

Autom fbiple

1947 Bslhk Speslel 4,,r. Se-
"dea' aa - eed
tie .. .. .. ** .... $1030
1947 guiSk Speald 4 Or Sa-
den, new Boie pilMt, sqt
cse, redle, pedm tim $1085
1947 Buick Spqalel 4 Dr. Se-
dea, new bMeak plant, eseat
ever, red o & good tie
1947 Builk Super 4 daee Se-
den, m"w g m poeit. e*t
ever eand emieeller tiie .
1947 Buiek Spper 4 doeew Se
don, geed poalmt rs ti $111S
1941 Buick Speelel 4 Dr. Se-
dan, black, good -ens-
peaetatli $50
1940 BuIck Speelcl 4 Dr. Se-
da, black, mew tires,
redle $315
inanceva *llbhle
Yer Cedilleas & Pentiles Dealer
Paneme Celen
FOR SALE: Today I sell elegant
Buick convertible. 1941 white
rim news. Came and offer Ernes-
to Lefevre Ave No. 40.

save $150.00
Lelee III f
Lane : 1, .
Leas f: 2
Intemetienal Jewelry store
adjoining International Hotel
OR SALE:-Two York ice plants,
each 30 ton capacity. One electric
and one Diesel drive. Sacrifice
price. Write A. M. Migeot 3600.
39th St. Calmar Manor, Mary-:
land. n
FOR SALE-High Fidelity Long Play-
ing Records. London, Concert-Hall,
Columbia, Polydor, etc. AGENCIAS
DIAZ. 37th Street 6-A. Phone 3-

FOR SALE.-Steel safe, extra large,
exterior size. 2' x 4' 6'3". Ap-
ply "Terminales Panama," Jose
Francisco de la Ossa Avenue No
75. Te-ephone 3-i234. '
FOR SALE: Venetian blinds for
grain elevator house, green tapes.
Round oak diningrom table. Cris-
tobol 3-1304.

FOR SALE .-Electric incubator. Call
phone 3-0255.
FOR SALE-Mahogany coach. Cowes.
Baby bathinette, Baby baskinette.
Venetian blinds and louvers, porch
partition. 25 Cycle 1-4 HP wash-
ing machine motor or trade for 60
cycle. 813-C, Empire St. Balboa.
after 8 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Apex Washing machine
25 cycle, good condition. Apply
after 4 p. m. House 5607-D, D.a-
blo Hgts.
FOR SALE:-Sacrifce prices, electric
stove, like new, twin youth beds,
record player radio, ham radio ca-
binet and parts. Transports Box-
FOR SALE: 9 pieces diningroom
mahogany set. $250.00; gas stove
reel host, large $40.00. 11th and
San Antonio St. House 10086,
Colon. Apartment No. 4.
FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot ma-
chine, G. E. refrigerator, gas stove,
four burners, Underwood typewrit-
er, baby crib, stroller. Phone 916,
FOR SALE:-Rattan dining table with
6 choirs, Rattan livingroom set,
etc. Call Folo Wolf. Tel. 2-1465,
PanamA, office hours.
FOR SALE:-Baby crib in very good
condition, with mattress. Alo a
stroller. Coll 2-2443.
FOR SALE.-Mix-Master, Vaccum
cleaner Irugs only luggage car-
rier (top and cart parrot cage, sil-
ver chest. Basement chairs, ward-
robe. cheap prices. Telephone 2-
2757. 862 Morgan Ave. Balboa.

Real Estate
The Panama Canal offers for sale
to the highest bidder Buildings Nos
3, 7. 8, 9 and an unnumbered Quon-
set hut, all located in the former
Malaria Control Area at Paraiso.
Sealed bids will be received ih the
office of the Supply and Service Di-
rector at Balboa Heights until 10:30
a. m. on March 7, 1951. when they
will be opened in public. Forms of
proposal with full particulars may
be secured in the office of the Sup-
ply and Service Director, Balboa

FOR RENT. Furnished bar-room
Between 10 and II, Balboa Ave.
No. 10079. For information call
Tel 837. Colon


NOVELTY:-Just received: A com-
plete assortment 'of points for
artists, from the famous English
house Wttsor & Newton. Excellent
quality at moderate prices. Pre-
cadoa Book Store. Central Ave. &
Cathedral Plaza.

WHlionM Santo Clam SBea Colarne
Two bedroom. electric reti-tro-
blo. ReoCu Mage Phone Be1l-
boo 2-3050. Except Wee-irends.
.PHIPipt each anogMe, Sante Clar
Sam numbi 455, Baltbo. Phone
Ponom 3.18771 Crletobal -

GRAMLICH'S Santa Clara beach.
cottages, furnished, electric, re-
frigeration, moderate rotes. Phone
Gamboo. 6-541 or 4-567.

FOR RENT:-Completely furnished
house: livingroom, dningroonrr 3
bedrooms, study, yard, garden, hot
water. Call telephone 3-3444 or
3-1477, Panama.
FOR RENT: Residence, four bed-
1room- room, diningroom, terrdcej
garage and hot water. Joe G. Ou-
que Ave. No. 12 ILa Crett)

FOR RENT:-Apartment for rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Meid.
co. Call 3-0140.
FOR RENT-Apartment one bedroom,
service, porch dnd kitchen. 'in-
formation call personally to Mer-
cado Modelo Justo Arosemeno
Ave. end 29 Street East. Do not
call by phone.
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom apart-
ment, baths, good location,
Bella Vista 14lo. 32, 44th St. Phone
FOR RENT.-One independent floor,
private entrance, No. 4 First St..
Perry 'Hill, 3 bedrooms, 2 boths.
garage. Colt 2-2374.
FOR RENT: Beautiful one-room
furnished apatrment. Electric re-
frigerator. Also furnished room
with private bathroom. 43rd Street
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Furnished bachelor
apartment 50 dollars, also two
bedroom apartment, Bella Vista.
Tel. 3-1648. 0
FOR RENT: Two large bedroom
apartments very cool. Belle Vista.
Coil 2-2443. Also a large office
spaoce in Via Espar 16.


FOR RENT: Nicely furnished, clean
* cool room meals if desired, 46th
street. 18-A, Apartment 3. Call
3-1789 or 2-1693. -
FOR RENT:-Furnished room, Amer-
Ilon home, lreer Anh1;'bus-stopc
to American woman. References
required. Telephone PonamA 2-

-WANTED-Seaend hand theatre arm-
chairs. Call Martines, Panama-
American Tel. 2-0740.

Prosecutor Asks
Death for Collazo
(Continued from Page 1)
can Nationalist and I had to do
The slim defendant listened
closely as Fay talked. Despite the
Government's determination to
win a death verdict Collazo's 42-
year-old Puerto Rican wife Rosa
who is at the trial expressed
confidence that he will not go
to the electric chair. Apparently
unconcerned about her husband's
guilt or innocence she said she
would "stand by him no matter
what the verdict."
Meanwhile in San Juan, Puer-
to Rico, eight members of the
violently anti-United States Na-
tionalist Party were found gullty
of conspiracy against the Unit-
ed States during an abortive up-
rising in which'30 persons were
killed and 51 wounded last Octo-
The eight included Ello Torre-
sola, brother of Orisello, and
Blanca Torresola, his cousin.
Judge Thomas Roberts ordered
all eight to be held without ball
but did not fix a date for sen-

Diablo Photogs
To Meet Thursday
The Diablo Camera Club will
meet at the club's building In
Diablo Heights on Thursday,
at eight p.m. Members will
bring black-and-white prints
for the monthly *competitlop.
Paul Hermle, of the Kodak
Tropical Research Laboratory in
Panama. will give a lecture on
the technique of taking por-
traits. Ouests are cordially In-

Toar CadUae & Pema.fu Dealer

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Atlantic Society...
(Continued Frot Paae FIVE)
and Charles with Kathleen Jen-
kins. Billy Jenkins, Marcia and
Tony Hutchinson. Louis Fourn.er,
Robert Green, Folsom Hill,,'Sha-
ron and Jimmy Preiss, Bill Lar-
ner, Howard Pumpelly, Edwina
Tart, Gladys Nieves. Peggy Jess,
Carey and Donald Nelson.
Kathleen and Billy Jenkins
were the prize winners for the
Mrs. Duval at Home
Mrs. Robert Duval has return-
ed to her Margarita home after
having been a patient In Colon

RFC Investigation

Gels 'Hoffer' As

5 WhInesses CAd
-President Harry Truman's dif-
ferences with Senate RFC inves-
tigators got hotter yesterday as
five witnesses were called to te.-
tify on alleged "influence ped-
dling" by E. Merl Young, fOrmer
Reconstruction Finance Corp.
The testimony was expected to
shed light on the considerablee
disruption" in the RFC Dallas A-
gency which was criticized. In a
recent report by a Senate Bank-
ing Subcommittee.
Dallas Lawyer Ross Bohannon
testified last week that Young
offered to promote a 810,100,000
loan for the Texmas Petroleum
CO., for $85,000. Young denied
the charge under oath, prompt-
in HSen. Charles W. Tobey, R.,
N.H. to say that perjury appar-
ently had been committed.
Meanwhile, Chairman J. Will-
iam Fulbright got in another ,b-
vious lick at the President. The
Arkansas Democrat did not name
the President. But he commented
on the White House statement
last Friday which saIlMr. Tru-
man had found "no evdence of
illegal influence" on the RFC by
anyone in the legislative or exe-
cutive branches.
"I think It Is setting .a-low le-
vel," Fulbright sail* "f our unly
soal for official conduct is that it
be legal Instead of Illegal."
Culled to testify on the lex-
mass case were L. B. Gfldden,
manager of the Dallas RC A-
gency; John B. 8ktle, head of
the agency's personnel ad-
ministrative brah D eI
surance man Tom =I. e l
to have ntrod
and Skilefsand U I .
tt.daley, who, aeo fg to &
ma by Olidden wa"s m a.Gtl"at

I eme5DW&

Term Ssinmd$

A 22-year-old P na l"ani "
disrupted telephone reV t
eight whn he cut M.,".
out o* a 100-pair telephop6
Was fined $00 and given a
day suspended jail term y tar
*The defendant was o
Panay, who had been w
u a scavenger' in the C
street section where old hIr
are being rated. Two go-e
ants, Carlos Florip
otmaceris, who were ipt
by Panay, were freed oa
harge against them was
missed, .
The cut set off at larm" n
a Canal Zone poece station a
police wee on' hand soon afer
the cable was cut last Tl ursay

evidence, which included test.
many that ha was In the aieI
and that indentatioonson his axe
marked those on the cable,
'The value of the cabl section
was only $6 but the cost of re-

ariur the damage e and reotor-
den'ephome whervice wore about

g Brooks, was arrest

mHEscaped Whle

'High'ed last ht on Spvacantes
NEW YORK, Feb. 37 (UP)-A
captured fugitive from Sing Sing
Prison waid two ay he ran aheay
because the had been crazed by a
potent mixture ofver thoe pold
spices and hot coffee at the War-
den's ome where hae worked as

edorge Brooks, 34, was arrest-
ed last night on a vacant lot In
Queens about five tours after he
had walked away Ifrom the state
Srison with two loaded pistols he
found in the warden's footlocker.
Brooks handed over the pistols
to police and denied that he had
escaped to "get even" with some-
one, as other inmates had report-

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a which
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scoll and'
to enroll'
ses. All
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first aid
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He said his troubles started at- r'v,
ter srng breakfast when he were
got high" on three spoonful of _w
mace-a derivative of nutmeg- jbr'I
which he chased with hot coffee. of the
He rumaged through the foot- the
locker looking for liquor, but P
found the pistols and clothing PfMl
belonging to the warden's son and BMe
decided make a break for free-
dom. Din1
ica, I
Canal Zoo
aNAzL. zoNe yester
Diviae IB Eatenader
mansor M. Suahanan. der c
PlaInttf. fame
T Fn, ret.,'

Case No. 1*1
Civil okewt 17
Te the above-nared defendant;
You ans beaby required to a fls
above-entltled action within ninety day7
after the finrt publication
In ma eat your fallare t so peatir
and eanwr. Judgment wil be taken
H-rat yen default fo@ the rald Jde-
manded In th complaint.
WITNEaS the Honorable Jeaph I
Haanoek. Juep, United S ates District
Court fr thea triet of the Cana soae.
this *th day of February. lfis.
C. T. McCmJc,* Jr.

S .- ie Doeuty Clerk
To Venw r F.. man
The forsW~eto smuuo l swee
upon in be y pubJeon puIut to het
ele of .leA. o ler nb Ja Ot J. Me-
coeeo. Jede. nitedtd fae2at f1 U"
c'.nt *.r t1 Jl6rir', *f the CIilsi f fIe.
d** .d-rPIatn1s lsi nan doteuuat-
flued iMn f ele Iin the uffloe dtr
Cllk at -f at Ited-s te llin

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t own zym mgiug es nat,
lead to another I.earl Bar-
ilratrb, who i t a-stigated
thaoh l00 reports of flying SP-AEL NBS
ert da j o-f te MAr A board of
' Atmaphert ompo-. named by the
Stlre l of the O l bean-to
rch sloitl n,&t appointAet i
year, brushed e recent an in thep
aente by Dr. Uroer Liddel. -.
vy scIentst. ,l s
sad dell' conclusion tr
flylna saucers treaBy were b--ata. 6
Ic. bloons *ot Iftto the fledS.h&
atnoephere.abyrMthe Navy Y"t1SOW A
adlatls research "does not pmen,
b'e'-qle story" .
heS irufts of smy own 4*-
atian," he s id,. I .di ate

United State." Lt m
they.wre launched B a Mr
In power, then they ugtild Chse' P. Rl
to s worse Pearl Harbor mas A. U,
d hare we experlen
said he had Issued a report
SAir Force on his f Col J
year, but did ot ow
her the Inquiry had been Is Coma
ie Navy's report is *rrq- 'Of Guild
It lulls Peole into a feal
Sof security." he sd4 .
b Callowoy I Pme, A
.onoWGy Copumandas
ds In ArgenAtifnb j c 't .
Hug E.. 8l1
Mos AIR, Feb; i USpI- orders rpu M
- Panam' popular Iht Army eadqua
entertainer CabCalowui U
we Green), was mfied In additional
friday afternoon at the duties of Direco
a del Sagrade Corait d established xl.
a (Bacre Heart of 127 Center (Atlant
~1) here to Miss Ana .
, daughter ot fr. NicolAq
,dO, o Bueno Alr. es. I lr
treption was held at the' ~
SCub following the saW-
.ceremony. O -i
wedding ant rmewptton
attended by largq crowds
nd and admirers of -the.
and groom, plus menMra
le anamr' san delegatltn to
lin-Ame an Opmes. PORT or I
atiA's Consul General" eb. 27 (UP),-
os Aires Simon Vega ap t from the riet-1
Vega attended the reoep- Indian 'sltad
I today that lift
ing the past three ed with .
has toured Latin A made bomb
appearing at the top stglt whole sland.
and on numerous radio ban areas.
ins. He has visited Mara-
Oaracas, Curacao. DogM Planter J.. P
Havana, Mexico City a d here with his
SAireL - t said the
S ni-singing sta t rted with
today for Io de Janeiro workers' striKe
contract to appear th wingers trytla
d "Night and iay 8 power. He sid
as bad as it e
a aaa a dot of land l
iYSI ruISin 1 miles aeiu
'- -- poblt. it as

eem NegrNib
t. About wt t
iWt I ISe* p. ulatlo te
IS, Feb. 237 (UP) -
Rena Pleven faced as-W ..
Assembly confidence
with mounting sh *.f
* after narrowly wae S
threatened crackup of
on cabinet. .
IVte Wa ta hethe -r f l- '

ot mWral Assemablty .*0
o aie hottest Isue i rgg W
at the moOmeft -
ka vsumae under
V b will vote la ite *

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1w 4" a-
1 was snn- .

IOn a Ka mnal B.,
,g p redorderl

k School

ita leHool, w'oth
C, vl Colonel TWu-

-rAte 000 plie
he assumed there
ttr of the reeMtly

..t WIol .

*PAIN, Trinidad.
-A COcopater

GUMt for the

ftimu; who flew
wife an da sh-
the augftk -uis

an oJacbhaped
a mlia long and
a at Its -io t

q AM 4

He *alad the tharx

tOffr of the tlept t 0
Ullery Division. .
Bora in Baston o

his g 1uat~1on In Oobr

oftartulto. A? WtiJr
Orim' y i both -Weral t
at W es t,
March was a lfl t t
defeated 1117 footbalUteam.

121,0l0 Navy B mnWMi
Take Trainingar in 'S
T.r .ll al0 W .-.

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fnr a

iteWeeks ago, set up ay t
d contact t t h e
the 0 .-m le' uk.

It told t

Swit io 4
leaders, teachers an w
im son others, re on. e
j'oaiu the a.

iwoild ef mansi and U .. oIB

was told of mass execution


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"jB~i.. -H Hi*m lbn w-w c *

muiM I ftPm nrAti OWm coin

Ithe M a e.. m. e e BO X AmO

. ..i h ;L euoedfr. l hsessuvqd.,

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mami anu.
It Bpr can be
mawp w malinand
in. Commnustlla.
Chin said through his trans
lator. -
S"rihL (the Comisats).
eZec-t all "to o.ffos. They
h ptaw *.m r oi
tft--uor-m. u tr tha..
Commulnist .' rui, workers
have no frUesom o in or
Iithdraw from a la or-
T"'ie or k an not fre
even to alae, their own work.
Ths iunat do.not pst. tt ethe

e ,,ra t~. flut ente-
to N.. o ,

tot.a o .t .e
m m Mdt

rti! t. 0".

th e mtheh Com afla s i
re revealed
workers te b o Irn:
on ja obl 1 i a ay -
e49hta two for
'extra fIotw for, apn of
the m t othe r -ap
east' and ob o 'support of the
front."a -t
Pay f the 13 hours of labor'
is g2 gmr enough to
Before the. Commisitots seled
China, there were ..5,405,W=
Thus w- l te om the agaar
of IMAM Ist Was-aio
thienns InS the apae1
Chilgge hMB d a B
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emphail o"loveBd scuity," to t the pont

It -l. the a *.i J .ffl ir-I t
t hi ITnaUvet. T tat, himself, be-
ae. s the lwtuB Hnue .l4i ined a.on.ur
t s to

Pan . s'y tert ,' oexhIMta' a
an .atet.o wb t us. s .ea ldem

hemtIf wt. ltek f now-ba at ia ao-
uses to anel deand to live to regret

it In her adolSehcice.
tea as Tor '.Istlhrant I Intent, obe

mw* ddlstpllne ha-"the early days "iht to
e'i s .alubrous Il e formatlo. of chacer
-s resiion litaCo. t

0" resoonrANNO.


By Joseph ad Stewart Alsop
AFTE i st Vdctoy
WASHINTOV..4-Sobriety is a good mood In a There are three ways out for the Conxaunist
Wr, and t Is tt nearly to ring the church bos. lth cona m d. If the foreggong analys s cor-
euse leutentt. General dgway and tAls rickt. The flrst Is to attempt a dIfferent sort
S. force have o Inflicted a bloody defeat of offensive, using modern weapons to match
4P the e f^ Mta. Tat I t slamportant to ours. an d artillery can be secured from
"~l_ ma" t ni" defeat of"' the m un Bt et aRatter stocks But the Communists
enl a and n event, wi a t bring them to the- battlefield, and they
i pAro to i a major a=l" point. To cannot supply them with fuel and ammunition,
ertand w ft i onl deceary to consider less t air cover.
nhe uhba Po t o the Ono-Soviet high l hly probable that the Mig 15 Jet
to'm-- un n I t te iget which have appeared near thelManchu-
Ert to understand is that the fitan borders aw actually flown by Russians, de-
anmuni tve vsin0 eted fearful casual- Ite the Chine markings. This Is the meet
The s. habit of uting cor ratlon explaaton of w these planes have
tin the.-w making It detAM not appeared wetly over the battlefield. If
b Ms.rise to saphuim on thiW the enemy's ai problem is to bpe solved this
testing of the day-to-a llcy.,, autldm must be changed. The ream-
i 'ttir and ground forces, n order Its Siberian air force to enter
casualty etlmateare, if Korean fighting, directly over the battle-
ti, !o-m. There have by now bee field. In short the first alternative open to the
st as tfthat at ItiNamdae, when enemy is to transform the Korean war Into a
il 75 ensm killed Jan. nmeraI war.
16 and y advancing ground forces The second alternative Is for the enemy to
stay where ha Is, to go on expending his man-
Sfrom within China have nor at the samedreadful rate, 'and to hope
i 5 combat attrition, cld S fbeet. isteems difficult to bellave that
i iire rapidly i ppi llfe.. lie Chinese or North K.rean. copa od-
9EVAs of fa.1 the s eel much enthusaasm for this partien-
l tf the rather moe r alSges. As for the third alternative It is
aeli. s.ll aitr her s0..to at .ai t to break contact with the united
g Sn 5r., the, aor aptS I r- Mt=i forces, and to attempt to reach some
oE rn dver inss- e ttlemwt.
i .n is W thought to be It r entirely probable that -the choice be-
S twee thee three alternatives has already been
h Nos be ne men at mad& Mao Tse-tung's reported aiion to Moe-
of BA S-30 st11 h ap ww no dGoubt undertaken pijely for the
5ihis aawy In pu of -dfortan* a eeeam. And t should
.S o tMhe ew n s aerlooted that there were some mean
sdleajge wi e ts ni6a laoi ntalin's recent statement, to tae
and sesa armies efo tat a general war miht ennsue If the
withoutM d" t a lte. er powers od not knekle under to Mao
a ver. M demands.
t e h a ea in T e State epartnent feels hopeful
V $mdimsevered fia government enough ttat serious eonsid4qron has already

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I Security

"But. the Ohild hae become ncoditloned by
the peyr-rqe.nt apprehensive. mother' to the
Immediate aa of bUh needO and he has
learned that i rotestatione bImme-
dils world doi hi Medla... Heis t he
child, and go many like-him, wo wince up as
a statiste in a edtal dy k a e history in
rthe e ul O wed d ae 6llOr and t: darflu -of
the child pyeo recently cm to rae-
tWe aft ave" L In :the latered hall
of learnli.- a who has nctt to offer
the ChUhI.t Ms love and affetion...
r lm eonelut : -DIf proval of atl-
S on must be v d, reproofand re
bS .must bb given as fey Re Teward of
ve and k s, and re the wor 'eurity.'
Then are useful tihlblton au ful feaulsr.
The rights of othits mus respected other-
wise allis bedlam. You Just don't throw thit
because you feel like It; somebody else might
get hurt.
K tih. 11he .ays. in centered in the time
lav.a tween an expreu "I wat," ad an ex-
prggee. "I sa" me atahiitter
ment of cond ed a sd hot ing
Lo dowith "i*ove" R0 b ". "
These sentents hve wan saying b a
competent professional man for a long time,
now. the freewheeling theories ot child ii-ra-
lhg aea ot be paying off In pulling cost of
iveat delinquency aid emotional turmolL
XTe 'pwmr leiv" child whosqir tsral loonU-
Snatiom, "must not be Interfered with for fear
of. developing frutratons" ha generally been a
poeu little hellion. "n'my eprnc, whose
attitude to. society could be r'troily Improved
br warming the sat of hls pants. Tbh readyy
erabeh of lack of "love" and' securityy" Is all too
.' t the emotional adolescents who spuse
fulufaus as adults by cuddling up to the
idea that nobody paid them pumflmtnt attention
n aya tslon t9rI a lm. and leave him
now the taln peychlatrits. who will
o .y laythat the nr. ia traumatic from
e of affection and understandIg as a child.


to tI e VIN.i b .w arI_

thnoet bWSW U ti.. W
otreWa no ad' atd. eT;

/ffct ip EObE 6 sN ori C .n.
thi1e 1egbutt of b l cp
Ue l Bary true n o ath e

f hire t eorth basi, ot aeN to ast4
canowgeIn airy Trmrat. ge = zeCa5U

n ta w*tenh me rm ss not ai p _ast, r itory

ev/falernl i6o S.a hea.dr c eaonoosl owfbee
bm ttone t, couorsigt lses thoe ohas fboreasnd

/in he'Ca lmpa edA."O
MI"S'E no5t o .rtat". South Iet redl iinl ty att
grosaat- a nae tnr n mt Thressme larpeS te
the rob ind e metoe s a e ."
White 1o-u.9 Treda, a turner hawdeitM

rnt M faatIn: a t .
a savage daenunIation ofn a realor tn e
hvis ul:ider of ti aUnited OtN. .

bo im rewerNt, at to Dsid ersg, tw haoeR tnsa A

even whim ile t him at the .por
little, ota, sampe hiT Io,. wiruah l iS.
savagee donation of a real or imaIned o. o
fte-wtv08*wofe the Preide .bI bilyW.

nstoltm toS fto rs; rw

mape The helped asi atwtm Io- the to 11
dnoe Ioir r attempt of = hibafso r. Thmn h O A
2. The recent pei and Decontic nhueft asM bra deft ow-
him to htemp the country In muport of his fon Vz6run wmz
th urltbe cri jefj. rpled: at t ,
l Itt l ot u to me to oa gut. It's aeponaHlty of *I
mNe lob and axplnes MO %Q 119 GRYthImo."

l. Tsnd attLtat hion attempt hat ft ti Pet

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out intthe Paw dent's sthl t -
3. The 1in. ofFPreissUehE-'s
to 4r. Trumiau, ^ osA wae l a
who could s teet t i he pr. l
wig that lpefnilyn W miln ll >i V I i
Thla. w irter W so 'pd about
lency, W li to sonratulatel S"M etary
Archibald~.~ead for his effl t handling of the
procurement and munition ro
Placing orders for a t is t an ea y lob.
more, ConMna.was a little slow la allooati menE .
once the Army got its hands on a siaable apro
the first of the year, it placed actual orders or 2 billion
betweS) January,3 and January 2,
W s recordIn January, It wilm rdbMy be brAst
February "
For example, within seven days after Jantary 2. thef
had commItted th h had not* drawn up all the contract p.
3. billion dollars heavy vehicles. fl t aie e s ,"
vhie program, up to .spw," iOaf -1MM.O tat
bas been autho.d to f tofr "loistal bunesw," ti";s
has a lreadyommitted ,,O0
Alexander should -be espeelilly conurptulatad
that Itie business t a fair Share of tlI contreet.
fgu are only able through Novemerat that tme
Mer cent of a Arn traets--n u rical gone to
nsiaem-detBled as unaffiHated firms- or- fw e
ploae f eour, only 30 per cent of the actual vohume w_
little business, because the heavy orders must go to'
enough to handle them. Yet through mbMentra an l
also getsa re of what the Ary considers contract

volume himself. 1 e ,
(wre. F beiht, 11 vry the Bet6 enftuer.)
2,00 uubccttart and hianl only 16 per cent of the

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C.H.S. NewsColleg C-r.
By vBilmasasso By MarthateIrvin for

rchoo t Newe Icr Iso a well known fact that every C.M.8S Well, another we*ek t fshooL
mikeWni runs to get the Panama American on Tuesday nightV to has bt t sl hosw ,t re io
y t a nsiur orem o ast was the reat the Pollo emonas4 of gshooll ftOAnd om8 cos
which was recently lifted. tuden literally ncel on about three weeks .o studen l y6
air and marted a multitude of plans for every activity master vacdlib. Be started thowtb
through the corridors, while rumor has it that evry day keeps getting klew a b Wiglo a
bola s at least ONE ASSEMLY between kew wad s u
S Don't missa the popular comedy of stage and screen fame, papers are nya amid- rt he ni-
t t n A Fresanmen. The play isascheruled for this Friday exams. What a. tho Buti tIn-00o Of
saturday. March 2 and 3. nis cdoedv has promising as- is a thoughLt-
S st. because there arv e -ex erienced actors and stresses as weUl as Yesterday the umber of psaO- eo
Sand coming talent. See yod therl triotle boys In Hsonoulos was
Jan aeBoyrie finally theave a arty onsunday which had been overwhelming. But thena woulia w f .
ned tnree weeks ago but had been pootponeu seevral times for take a sort of d gy ooubeg he on em r of n
e* y Kamaer. Olga and Thelma Leignadler. Raymond P into Tom to four, a bunch of unlh .. c
y, John 1 ahnestock, Buddy Turner, Jack Ray and Frank terested boys, and u An tFomce (orOhS
ion. meeting at 3:30, and what haVe s-es '-were e.
The girls have been throwing the discus and the shotput in ou got? A buno e of pat.b lho r oJh abe solot b n, o
Sclass and running the 50 yd. dash. The fastest record of boys, naturally. L fooli, e othat e ..
inting the 60 yardage was accomplished in 6.8 seconds by Lois were glad to see so a y in- ond
e a egg. The farthest throw in the shotput was made by terested In the m y .e le e.g- -a doh .or 'n -- ofs2 td i
S U htamEey. 24 ft. 2 Inches-rather exceptional records for when the time to go cmin es L s n c a t iey Jl i *o'" s W 'core I
small-trimgals.Malla was out the door before br 300, ac-
: e 3rd period shorthand class hae been going wild lately the other boys were even up. d ur n o es" o :
n toW take the 80-100 words in shorthand. Did you all like the fre movie only e a 4ght l n
n practicingaior the civil service test which will be given in we saw yesterday p Hope you can day was senior ,U r I
~Iach. remember all he ntruetlUAs nkgI a iht Feb be I I
'iie Senler Cap and Gown Committee has been chosen. They about what to do if and when the sht oe. a i tiend o Halsor
are ta nea inventory of caps, gowns. tassels, and collars. A-Bomb hits. It was pretty good r quite . n 0.k of 01 Ha -
The'R. 0. T. C. o rmpanies and their sponsors have even if we did have to sit in the senielof cth the aren't b ot ta j Panam n Bl
been drilling at Mt. Rope, preparlnk for the review which balconyall by ourselves. Won n er wih ehey we bol
S1 take place March 8 why. The high school Rboys may Hoestl ., II M al f -W
Las Wednesday was drill daya Mt. ope. Company be try to put ast to the ed goore a acted
'- .came out on top.e Company e mp tin has began! C college a idatin e high that one a
coghate d ati ng a at day bulnc' in 4- X
What fua! school girls. Or maybe we're a bad you're a se-ni-or,
A group of boys who had nothing to do on Wednesday night influence. Oh well .....
Sthe opportunity of the Holhday to have a get-toget er. The Hey people, everybody wearOnt any te e m I ,itheiam*o f f i
*. -go-lcky group met at John Townsheund's hose. They your g green and white thinking presses to the students. .let all -e. ts be -r
hene occasion of a full moon and went to The Point" where ca riday. It's been proclaimed thought ne. 'Oh, oh, Iear ie brnin of .'
setting was perfect for a weenie roast. After a couple hours 1bolarship Day," with the Phi ticking awa that you dM yeu m a p. York. fn
: Wo/rglng down the food, the stuffed guests sat down on rugs ea Ka initiation and iv- per od the fi or I
and harmonized the popular tunes of today. The dry season erything. Well, we can't all be- buslnea
vtkny weather was the only thing that interfered. Nevertheless. long to the Phi Theta Kappa, but L.t ,me os to enas who Wanted name in
ever" ,time s started to sprinkle, the .rus were gathered and we OMn all be-or look-s-cholar- rint Ouit Sound peonew ele' -.e o Idy
When It stopped raining the runs were brought out again terms of rwen dnd white, dnkt out JrPa forgotten and wb* Ithes bbon
and everyone resumed their former positions. After doing this we? (Hencethe green ond white placed rOir y and it, o n an
several times, the cars came in handy for a spin before taking thinking cape) ItshOpld be quite dulate* Agentof7 fo |
everyone home. Those present were: John Townshend. Olga an impressive day. The Honor So- but th' a Wings aemtin clMan
d: Talma Leignadler, elen Kiasam. Dick DuCote. John Jabn- cletles from fS and C will be of we in th le.
tck. Ja,.k Wilerson, Helena deBoyrle. Noel McGinn, Pat and our guests for the morning. They, ut this w' tt be n
Key, R-ita and Annr Fisher. Andrew Lim Don McLaughlin. with.the Phi Thtu es, wll a'o M
"" Altl, Margaret Joudrey, Marlon Didrkkson, Bob Orvis. visit the claos, al'tel until %i4n0o toI I
tor nchi. and Paul Engelke. time for th em ati. Witeris In sa
Last Thursday did not seem like George Washington's birth- Everybody s.o to tAnnual re
A" yfor everyone was out enjoying the free food at the new Elk's that, re" be.aI ieml e n
Sie. Even the rain didn't ston the players. progrto --was~etog'l
The Sealone have been anxoles to find out what sing too. You ou to come to ar the
courses they shoadM take in college and for what careers n ear the cell iOue from their ppy taer t ony h that top ill
S' they are bst sated. never heard it befre. lsa s
to d'scoveaptitudes and I WaSefnU I


LLYWOOD-NEA-Close- They were shoe horning Ls I hear abVa s I
sintdiLongots: Mareetare anedeoyrie, Anna and Rita ivfic where the apieasd Ro s taovi e a Hswlas Daht? t e 't Iu

l- op.n.... ae outen, ?el- iam at Gas, orlare Tay. ori DCe th se
n aand p n ho ldersLWa p g K a m f or, le h e T ewia h nd tay- don't forget So w eer Your nk e tore tch o. C o t h r et e o n e0rpw
I lon I 'I!,L the 0Ithe-. -w ="

'r beot-ma. planning a street dance for ho th e Ie .du T dw1m idn e U.Ait
a tla rch. stral-er o dof n maara an Gae i ih
iN owh HLOTCNOD ook aorAWA Sh he getp

to lutbe attlar theitruAti beau is rarin' to droop lIke a Whatehaswhaemened.o the boys I fien. d #E
S'o"... itasraondnm. ,-bra, sIt -S ing Tody -
e. HsLrL Y W O Dve. .n..aboutmayte.aoter rtbol techneihue sor n 40"noOd.nose. eU t "
e n o.ngsoft m Ma i Ma i's w endowe in, an hadSavisprim t 2 "TIi Tcatf ew Orik" r ...i
tpless gownsBtpu ae outar f se r fiure intomanehour-glassra d. TheCOmingeMefeat of e .-h t t en e r thaip ng r thatAra PA-
l wis. andplanshoulder strapes Al tus for ther ol it OM'. en"sen, whh hasreadUschoncate o o a

"iTaht bak where It belIgs can't a n this. Ye t that. wals so th w felloSwewh wn i'sn l A t C e N will be at theF
Mil h "kerow the bi movi s ~nt m ake a nH tt to tb.i her o In theB S
After an evening at a Gay y earrings yo know, they that a the i nwsm st CnOC 0 LI dvf dd CA Richfrd
I reIue ippJed risow st stem ione sot o lin er" retae," that lastoyear him -HE D I H.A
"r h i.oe-uto, we.d:. -howy- S AoUeeT CE SORSS not amogvthe hi gh a c t thie l*If
anes amsa Gre reg g Mo- a Mrii Humphrey Boete dhgart h s 5e M GIAMB A ZG P W

+. "-o" nh.Tl-AlC-leeb ohori an d r e d.ROCKY UNTA
Sh,,'s n pocheaen edof tion of st," Inshe warle. oth Sophomores, donh t fori t to pay Gthnr 2 C T
p s hoe tsLat das om us a ay e ofor' thel te p Gt- w e a *r. wsnd TOMuOW
When Billy stap.n't pinning shoul- 8 n to ho t' cry saboa u Bo- ad d NOK Yo u me wh guardo
v" bankLwhere i t blongshns can'tTths ou mhd some- ast0dethat.ewalks soCwell. Seems that when4b NCdenIN?

ver w or e ma ens omth f l In tte wa Ji nt n hIer toI 6pc "M LE N "l idI
Afte, rndlain soulder strap F thefng rert sro leneg Mtoo meT thee. Bunt oee an-tron m e It I e tl h onl if e pf*a
M s eveand inrgd aoeotos a ayfl Ityerig.aukote thatT all w the u i he lb Ct he g Ia ni
ae ties oreud Jo e ofcowase Sndthe stuiorso o h re a o thenltoo t wse h o or E o rt
asked howlu ijuhe ledthtcnter sh. whoscne wi myearrings ape ndd ginae hitback tos th ena

Poo e si Joe stutsleped bmakth aonat he rsugofe siveb ther ive o lic eat on roswI d the

"T-t-the mf-fl ows ro e lioyoutsie.k o wi .Thatsh erribe. Polie- G A 0A
a. tBit-y planninfgo ae a-aon. b e Hupre Bogart'u m doatleast hvara-eRCK
-.Bbohis a Po oohul- think shed got a samig ofng the dorm.
o r Meous George. oge on a pict you rental fe e for Marts thee. aeswandyar

nd couple dayo f th rib bons :rheboys,
I tould. 'Cause he's gonna brary. The stories this week wll msoH avethy t
ol mgetw w estl chud youb mle lare on. aland p oveethngo e dw sudndsdor S6n*t

ih .dren wekly before it wasnsus- I a" en a lfefia
S.'ound tapne on Jan Sterling and pended. use o w ti a sort idiple-
;,aut Dottelas: A'rraements are made by Mrs.s ua resi agu o f-
JIA: "Before marriage they Ludrene Johnson, in charge of the owh ,l r. -I
o. and romance you. Now La Boca Branch Library, in co-.9-"_
't even dance with me." operation with Edward A. Gask-
I l (on the mend after hi, Prlzalpai of the La Boca Ie-I i --
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I .d. -sArso.Wlaw of Bedding Manufac- IM -me;I
I 'n g.ettini re-"v to do turers s sorts that a recent sur- I-.M
Sat Parmo--. I don't veY-i, ed that Ameian womrn- I-
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iP.,rlVrdWte TrUmn es la en l t hO final par& que
_utll. pwbn. quo puede ai- mnma tuersa atificada, obt
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lar enw Ila marta que rlenda dispone tambien q
W _Rran a.UnA D, Booen today persona que oc u la pr
v oli hmbra en la. hla- sidencia per ma i dot all
de 4oa w tado JUnidoe dol period no vencido do
quo ha rote -I tradle la d prdecesor, como fu6 el ca
do, .rled on la preoidemlas. de Truman, a61o podra a
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prueba de faers
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un frente de clen millM i
munistai hbnh niclado elat.
lentom oontta-sttaqueo eman
kvanasdaads e Ian E 6e'a
acaones euilda. Ch eo
lau eeombaten a loa
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rojos aman do cleats
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tanques y artileria y
trincheradoe on uns nuemw
decade el Mar Amarillo
sureate de Befil.
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a W '.doeeea Ii de de k ti Is terminada~ completamente ya
t. le.br..Y, er y Sigue con todo entualamo la_ -
456 lM .Mi-e el Ie M ._,.. construccl6n do aceras n Is t m a a 0"
ea..o no alo", UO elludad y en lo alroedorea, W W
.."- Io a pae, pero t lneal oen fulmos informado eon la
sed y ue9. No e n muy si- Al del Distrito. M U -
a ad *ldi-cr clo y pr el ftrio ca. no bri-a Toda las aceras do la Uur- a t
r aS aaj ntldno lo InsMcto., Deapuas de banlzacln El Cangrejo, a car- -
Stomar un Vmo de oehe y dar go de Ia Corporacl6n de In- cotra T.ruman "
Sgraa al sum reotadores. el genleria han aldo terminadas.
S sl.f.nifloas e du a y I fue conducidd ln esa urbanizacl6n se cons- WA8HINOTOv, Feb. 2T (
SCal hogr deo padre Prankt Ho- truyeron 5,526 metro cuadradoa eSLaorn de Oscar
ward, rehdente de Miami. de aceras. esposa l puertorrique o
W -oW"o 1ansod*E"' I& u vll PEs a d ha tlzen en julclo por h
ell a a roi o Sad, d,-S.naN C, 16 eonrtruldo 48.60 metro cuadra- intents aaesalnar ar'Pr
s '" a Is "c" del t 0 o por dos, en la Avenida 4 de Julio te Truman, duo que elUa
Orporaci&,B JWgjWe&i I&.excitsel6a" y pies fa 372.60 metro cuadrados, y en convenclda de que au epa |
S- ilo's ore uas yetu a a -o Unleridadd Nacional 152.10 .unca lrla a la s lla ell6trtca.
[milsa y media doel autc*6i l metro cuadradoa. La sefiora Rosa de ColaclM
- liar lo tra por aDl de hab dsa decir, que haste el mo- parecia indiferente sobre i in
I Maltrac6n el ___________ umento se han construido por el espoao era declarado c .
S obr y eni ja Munlcliplo, ,100 metro cuadra- o Inocente, al aegundo j .
.1M.000.S h bomroasu y AuEIm uIa r roru Idos de aceroa. En date total no juclo. Ella expreo "que t,
SII de, o talZ doe la I estan inclulda las aeeras que a s lado pars stempre no
Spropuemt: .MM. ban aido construldas por par- port cual fuers el verd
Sa III do a ticulares por excltatlva de la Collazos esti acusado de
S "- n Alcaldia' del Distrito. Lseslnado el guard de la
S|ta ide La aceraes de la Univeraldad Blanca, Leslie Coffelt el prim
4 Mpa had Nacional estAn termlnadas, pe- ro de noviembre.
a. d l - tro faltan por construir la otraa El Jurado seleeclonado ayer..
Sudleelo.n sal, den t Calif. Feb. a lo largo de la carretera trans- consist de dies mujerea ydo
"tdel trmo. ,esm -.-m8). m Br. Benawm n Itmca. hombres y en cuanto a proresio
ras. r general de n- La conatruecl6n de las ace- nea lo fornan alete mae de ca"
S.---u, d a l CAia&- res ha lido repartlda entire va- sas, un carpintero, mi aiadO.
U J t de Cometlp de San. Fran-/ m (FPas a aPalglna 5, Col. 3) .Pas s 5 e s ie 1
N.o sdow ae im & I cub Comeralu...''-.
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n-Caancihr do '-"I & derasnombracl una Comisiu :
ChecoesIar-quic- "r dero ,mb i s e d e na II LO II.

abI cp de tica para las emsoras
I-L.matt.s aerm do defe or, Fond dfo I '.
is c! Sue Im etdJtlcam, unque .a
S .o n Ayer se efectu6 una reunl6n
tdo acu 4A ea -10q C-V aids opde has er. entire funelonarios del Minis- "H ueIgo simbolica"
edlonade o c7n p; [ Vs]t oq --Igo estadltocas |teria de Goblerno y Justica y
-1 daerroar roje .r nmeesri tredelntomente propietaros y7 repreeaeUte.ts de |eal;zn d ho l n :
I se S eh Motor Company rasdodifuma comerclal~ Asia- realion o o
=t cams. ii cmo 6.300 au- tieron a la reunni6n, el fr. Uin- inle
g-.geeldots raaMilarli al dia. Esa era nues- coin del Pino por Is Red Pan- Obreros ingleses
ea *' del capaoedad total --en 'pa- Americana; r,. Fernando Ele-
b." flgmii Colums a6) ta, por Radio Programas Con- LONDReS, Feb 27 (UP).-.
tinental; Carmen de Romero MAs de 80000 trabajadoreue df
S. por La oVb del Istmo: Lont- muelles es Lndre. s, nern
At a.. ,ore obriar despues Reuy por lan bnlort ,n hueiga simb61ea" dl'*
Hoy; Luis rrMindez Vr

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n t 3*?ALLlNIt'VSUABUSI* untraC1ooAE. CALLE
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oy se celebra el aniversario de una de lam dcu-
b .u coad a en el. CO inutermaciofal, Co-

fuario stab l er Wna ciudad terminal en el
l Solciuo U l, .en el tribbcurso de poco ttwmpo,
Fewer am urbe floree*ite que conquist6 u sn
Sw ifica posaci6n dentro y fueras del pals.
1 Para la vida commercial panamefia la ciudad de
Col ha significado un baluarte s61ido cuyos resul-
t os hban tavorecido la existencia econ6mica de la
zpbfi ea. Oportuno es recorder esto porque en la
4twIfMad, como en de todos conocido, la mencionada
ad se halla en condiciones desfavorablen y ha
tilajecesarlo legislar para que el Estado promueva
as ttvidades de proyecciones economics en Col6n. Se
Skhecho, pues, juaticia, al ayudar a una comunidad
o en sus buenos tiempos -hasta hace muy pocoB
i fue una futnte important de ingresos na-.

SAhora, como o16gica consecuencia del estimulo
oe Ie esti dando a Col6n, es de esperarse que re-
rja en forma positive no propiamente en grandes
rcioneu, si ello ha de ser psasaero, sinoe en el
permanent que haga possible una vida econ6-
a equilibrada.
Collo una demostracin6a de que es possible rehabi-
r (ol6n mediante un plan tienico y blen diri.
0 74s1M sabe- que hay grandes empress e;ttan.
| l eatin interesando por establecer al f
sI ^Ba de Depouito, con lI cual se impulsarin Ias
4 *tiv4 'toehte 416n de una compafifa de lon Estados
fidt. de AmricA
; En este ainiversario "El PanamA Amirica" so
place en formular sus mejores votos por Id pros-
dad de Colon, capoa que.ha encontrado en cate
rio lan mis a sincers bcogida y por la coal ha labo-
q con pleno sentido patri6tico y con caida aim-

S centenario entire empujes de resaurgimiento ma-
al y, sobre todo, con emociones de hondo sentido

estaran ciertas secciones

de una -combinacion naval.
.LONDE.B Feb 27 tUP).- otras potencias firmantes del
1 Premier Attlee anunci6 elPacto del AtAntcol del Norne
r braDiente -.de Sir Philip estaran bajo el comando de
n, actusamnwte Comandante Vial.
on Jefe de la Flioa Inglesa do-I Attlee explic6 que se han he-
io eua. como Almirante de la' co sernaa consideraclones so-
Plola del Area este. bre Ia necesidad de un coman-
tate anunclo vine a ser la do supremo del atlintico. Agre-
reaccihn contra la oposicl6n fu- g6 que o odas nuestras expe-
rios enocabezada por Winston* riencias de la ultima guerm
ChurcheUl de lentregar la ma- pruba que hay necesidad de
Srinbd real a los amernicanos." I n commando unico."
S51 Premier Attlee Indic6 que Uno de lon principals debe-
S clertas secclones de laI flota, res del Supremo Comando seri
britanica y sla marina de otras laI movilzacl6n de ftuerzas ha-
potenclas europeas quedarin cla las areas de mayor pellgroe
bajo el comando del almirante y hacer representaciones cuan-
S norteamerlcano. mientras que do surgeon las necesidades proi
Gtras padres de las marina y na- requisitoa partile u 1 a r e a de
ves de los Estados Unldos y Atlantico en una guerra global
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Us Ingelero panamenio ,
en btpafia
Ha regreado de un vliJ'e a ..-..
tituto de CultursaHlspdAZica, El
Ingenlerora Manuel H. Aroen-e- .. .. .
na. Ha permanecldo en la vie-
Ja Europa afio y medlo. De
ese ash y medio, tree mesa
ha pas4do en EspafA y. ince
ma hba dedlcado a reorrer
otros paises del viejo contineip-
te. Esoa paise hean sido Fran-
cisa, Italia, Suiza y pare de
Alemania y de Austria. La par-
te visitable de esatoos de lti-
mos pueblos, eato es, la que
permanece demmocrAtica. Impo-
sible traspasr la cortina de
hierro, la cortina que sujetan
los comunistas somettdos a la-
dictadura de Mosciu. No ae tra-
ta de formula o do d am pafsi
decdlddamente astleduunilta:;
es agunto de realidad. Manuel
Higlnio Arosemena, ingenlero
penemefio, no bubtra sIdo
permitido como hu6 s)ed al o-
tro lado de la cortina de hie-
Me ha hablado Manuel Hi- Los oodaistlws a M
gimo Arasemens ndeoEspAfla, do
mu temporada en Eapafla. Sc
hace leagues eate joven inge-
atendido ali, de Ia conldera- A R TA S i
clones de qu hea sidobjeto, g. -t Hea
de lo queo ha aprovfchadoa en ,
el viaje. Hay que no olvidar que so sn3f.

en Indiana, quo aderns estuvo
como postgraduado en el Ins- SE DSNUNC EGOUL
tituto Tecnaol6glco de Maesa- D a f
chunets, en Cambridge, eaps-
clalindoae en inenlieria es- Panam. Feb.. 36 de 19
structural. or. Director doe
Como becaroa del Instituto de EL PANAMA-AMERICA
Culture Hispanica, aLstl6 el Cludad.
Ingenlero Arosemen a adiver- Sr. Director:
so0 curios en la secuela Inge- Varies han *Ido las
nieros do Caminos, Canales y que la prensa diara ha
Puertos, de Madrid y tamble n blicado noticlss de form
a otros curaos. en sl pro is ca- de indicators y oficinas d
pital de Espaoa, enW el natitu- locacl6n do Obrerse marit
to Tecnco de as Cnstruccl6n as mismoo tempo solicit
y el Cemento. Su area tue de plicacl6n de Ingreso de los
investigacl6n y de colabora- mos. y tambln aseveran
cion. constituldos, de acuerdo
eo express Manuel Higineo lo que dispone nyestras
Arosepnena. de sum profeuores, vigentes que tratan sobj
de sus comnpaeros, con auten- particular.
tica slmpat a. Habla del Direc- Como quiera que nut
tor del Instiuto Tecnico, el obreros maritimoa en au
Ingeniero a duerdo Torrelas yori no estAn al corrieni
Miret, que ei al mismo tempo cuales son los requsaitos
Profesor de la Escuela do In- sro5s para que un cIni
generous de Camlanes, anals pueda actual legalmente
Puerto. Be hace lenguas de en nuestro paais *i lo que th
sencilles, de au saduria, do el enviode d ts i calrta
su labor de investigacl6n. que las autoridades relac
Vula6 por today Bspafia. com das con eate tasnto no
complement, el ingenjro pa- intervenatio.
nameno. Be aeatui del amblen- En pimer lugar nos r
toe qu e dSoabi deuocer. del .,s aRO J!aaumfn Po U*
ru e m pretendia hlo, por 'ora riag fa .
retMgglutaw.. CAiJa..f-. 0ZSe 4el Stodd3a
ar m ae tde coge. rin Bdeo Panama, e
01 pueblo pipef*bAi '.qg Sde o iiCallo 5a. No 24t
da Usp -4#e ne: tm0, a ow York, N.
sun cop gento, do suens orn-es a' cri YrkiSr I Jo
us yomses mu e l que. BSouth Street, el Br. Jo
vusasban cog &4ji p 1.4.WsISb P11 111n C., quien no eso i
on I on l nelpos,. la r Is m..nano do profesldan eor tal

n do pelo."d o A digad Trabaj al fonns
m6r:ruans ao en el porvenhr to do ls directiva, en enas
de esis Am'rica, quo pareIs& dialono. so cacuotrentntadc
chvilizacl6n occidental, log a- quq so dicen fundadoresdel
buelos de eaos espafoles de dicato ya menionado. psi
hoy descubrieron. part no existed reogna
Cuenta Manuel Higlnio Aro- por pate dil O]'KnO 1A
semena lo arto qu e se vive vo; 'de a cuerdo coo o
en Erpafta. sl blen que se vivr. el artlculo 287 del 0
Por supuesto. advierte que el Sead.do del C6dlgo de '
lujo se paga, como ocurre en Jo, on consecuencla 16gi
i el mundo entero. Pero que de Ilegael today actuacdbi
todos modos permanecer mn bre del ye citado sindlus
Espafta ei mas barato que ha- Otro caseo es el del Sr.
bitar en Francida, en Italia. en McQueen, quien en la c
Sulza. Doespu do Eapafts lo de C ol6on :tne una'cflt
que mAs econ6mico pare vivir colocasolnes, inscribe s-it
Sque ha encontrado nuestro In-
-eniero. atento y curloso ob- meSa do Io quo haeZ
Sservador, ha sido Viena, an Trabaja ehara coma
como en ector de Aloeanla sec isril deo of
Sque visit6, se palpa una tril- JMafd* 1ree del C 0
teza un season que no se Z Canal. ts
dan en Eapsits. a PanamA oate ingu
QuE hben hdbl6 do la labor pleciallto en estruqu
que desarrolls el Instituto de He sabido -ver
r Cultural eOasica, que en la oasde. artio. es os.A
0 actualidad reside see hombre ro que n ba quo e.
S-dinAmico, incansable, fervo-110 Que bay que hor.
roso- que as Alfredo Sanclec'
Bolla! Toao en el Institute de

Sd.n a 1 prayect amplma. -
1'ona e, de model de serle- B
dad y de hondure;
Manuel Higalio Arosemena p %t^ jd -r
*no enltive el prejulcio. Aeon-
seja a todos los hlipanoame- -
ricanos, a sus compatriotas en
particular, que hagan io posi- .
ble por visltar Espafae, por

pootre es el ginrmn do nuePtra e d-.
culture .r librars d* eat-
Produce alegroa escuehar a Ue 310110 QUINIP
hombrec nuevos de eate crite- GROVE! Mdllonu.quie
rio ampllo y certero, no rol- di rfriadoe has emara
dos por el reoentlaleDto ul proes. y deciaivo p5.i .
por las telaraftas tendenclosas. mande roo -Qaluina as
Manuel Higlnio Arcuomena c ml primer signo S reftch
un hombre entero, na pfna- C asft dolor 4e actuse.

ARI- -2 waritlmiy V" tal obes.
MaM de aopilgulei solos-
51. clft-a borfalea save* t.a1.
Uun al eas sabdt'up
tod eastajm fta dl6Wp-
stones para Ur atsee r
sl1mente, d er -t
voces uissautonift a etARUNfta pAm
pu- *u Mln isirt*ri Treio, pow
ascld6n via ollcitu6 re4pe de to1
e co- contrarlo aso ieen seredores- a
imos, as. anne elou nuesitra le-
n a- utlalci6n etul en ses -
mis- sa. -
estar Tdca al partemento de
con TrAbajo, del 1Milterlo de Tra-
leyes bale, PrevUlto NOal, 7 Stlnud
re el Publies, vigIfAr y etar que ca-
soe como lon ya menclonados
estros se lieven a efectividad, sin an-
ma- teas inedlar la autorizaci6n co-
te de rrespondioete. por tal ragon da-
note- mos traislado a sla autoridad
Licato competente, para que poegan
, en fin a esta practice que perjun-
ietiva dica lo intereaes de los obhre-
a, ya ros maritimos y, deipretlia a
lona- nuestras autoridadea del ramso.
han Agradeetendole fenor Director,
la e.entila que le dispense a
eferl- la present me ausaerlho au a-
l C:. tento y ,emauro -srvAr.
*, do" Angel Gafeia..
P IeW Presidente de la UniO6n
rf 'fi- i4tic1 Maritime de la
Y. 12 R1ptUca do PanamA.

I C6-
D pat-
as los
l silif-

a, es
E. C.
t do


demo sG abor.- y. a-ae4
SaveY lausts. e
ilita (guab 4dp is
mejo"la. lIiteta i .
m a--f .

Inteut6 huIcldere

an eartno en a

hotel "Tive
*Un marine norteamericano se
oncuentra bajo los efectos de los
oplato en el Hospital Corgas
sufriendo fractures multiples de
ambas plernas y au brate Iz-
quierdo, debldo a que ase tir6 de
la baruanda de lai rotonda del

Parits aUn OutomotmerMes cenWTuren

So obtione

mds kilometraje

par ltro con

I Sft. bldque do la
do Ialnl M Cube,
U1I s "Anonqus
iment6mMs .. verti-
ginos celaciin...
sto as le qua me
fatiu edo a. mo.o.
ciclate: Par e insisto
en loI Champion, ya
quoe onm h belios
gum quo-.le -

b0wsn o"W Ad

M *"~ 7,:

Terrkn- Jr.,
I r.

de e-

-Losen(la e RO$S4'A. Taft
y Kenn th J Wherry doa piaxl-
nios lidera republldo i 'en el
saendo, asmeeran aute; le 90-
niuionem d- elsekmeaf lxbrio-
res y la x IfOelolo.Armados del
Senado, p diueutir el proble-
ma del fdo tropas norte-
americana para Europa.
Maan= ira el expresidente
Hoover, u an so ha -expreo
on CO a program, a
nos queh a mAL smguridadi
partoe de .v allado pates 4
-enviar trasp y d61s a us.
I ntem de I al Comlte 45-1
na o, Taft dljo que el nombra
de tropas de lo Estados Unido
que as hays de poner beao SXi
senhower, debe. c- rimtAdo w
lam selg divlalones actuaenulw
contempladas. Talf duIjo qua us.
tablecer 'un pact con muote
anterlorldad puede omer "pelro-
so^ pprque puod. MhncwSS-4IhV
Un punt en qua uJupte9a ph
nomis de loa Estadow U1il
Loa argument do Taft now
nifiLcan natd pars Ioe mItds-
rea Tom CopnaUy y Riehard hB
Rusell, prfsldente del. Comaa
do Relaclose. Uxtarloree -7 dB
Joe brvloos Armada, reqscti-
vammnte. Kilos pzmuntaros dwn-
Juntamente su reboslcl6n aMa
darA autorliact6n al Prealdent
Truman para enviar tropaI.

sal6n de descanso el Hotel Tl-
vo0l. *
Morris Levy, de 47 afloa, fd.
iat6ltop a loe hiahpedes aly
plaeados del hotel -mientras catld
Un hueso de la perna -4ar-
aide fUers de la carne- go In-
cruat6 en el auOo con ha to
fuerza aup abr 6 un hueso sd
cuatro pulgadas -en dos alterr
bras y ronmpi6 l plo de madera



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po a tiac /anpre q -b, Go IDSII
o*fecmmou c-la< iudad ald4 In.
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ya yrn CmmSs s dau C4u -i Is i
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.Mdau iwar corasa es y

b40e artificiuies


.0 t.. (M tal. -odaiBos per medi O qut-
.-Mear A. e- .riricoso.e ha cw.aunado vii-
aa ma -pro- viYlas ie material pla qu
rSo oape tlieM- p eeaisr. ausertada swa re-
lzoneM eailate alas n eit en-

en t eltA btse tAm6 .
't-im en qua et' -uti- -A f --MA0IN. -u
hn esera bu- '0 9 WUMANOS
ecan, ae, -m'permoe. t ret.a -d mis
fttaw.- a funhlas r Dteth vW.l me lAnmg i4 -
In ,. nitdo. -iao el1tin eU A*. ft.-U1Jtn "an-


gten ii b.

mue, e pc al telammtes en
los car de amMputaclt au' w
cuando los paclentes son per-
Wsaue iayo s. *


xQuellSas boeme-
mu cuota normal
orlgnarta tam-

ano de l0a P0e0o-
ma oustt e inetu-
a &Irca megulan-
via- em I s oa-
8 de sla catm6r -
mo de loi (pAyo-
an h ortosmorles

artificelaimente on
como a lo color
y algunos son
Cooma tu. sin
assert dejado'
dLre los am6todo
atdA Ilos uigulentes:
-- '1g utielaC6n do Is&ene-
1 amoducmen inen-
rotpa sbdea ar
-sMa y uf arlea, como
os vientos on cler-
ftrtdel palm pars. mo-
it aAMSna extractoras do a-
i9t brdeomo" do clertos ea-
sts.deo c arb6no debaja call-
d54 1 sittner energlaespli-
CasbVtr trlmotodo. (Alps-
ato*t ists "hornos" naturalesm
tos b- ardiendo eneOhio y
a i- itn de ochnta a-
4, ltrar p purificar ml ea-
u g- Ie-ty mhir nle n

Los refugiados pAntean un

serio problem en Alemania
> .
Pr lady Braden

BZRLN, eb. 27. (]P.).-
Hay que lacer alWo La. fBrlin
y en toda la man occidental d&
Alemania para ayudar a lo re-
fuglados procedentes do la zons
isto indivlduo sarrisags. iu
vids para oepaar de os-i tesl
detta de,lit Cortina de olao ."
cusando gan sin dinero 7 y
haoar, .no pumde hsaerme nada
pot sils.8
N asto constituy u an Mer e im-
portantS proP ema polUco, asi
como uno do human&did.
Mauhos miembro doe la "Po-
licia .del PUeblo? de Is ja o-
nental has deattedo, ta t,4o
a la sons occidental de Alema*
nia, a61o para deeui t, dmsute
de strid. ltda roaIn= pot
l o ale del ervicoo de in-
fo rmeuna mUfltr sldo -que
no hay lugar sA ello en otat
pate dpl pa. MUuchos de ollos
. rereardo.a a Is sona orlen-
tat deeooraeonados y sin Iluto-
rbast Tillich, ljte del Grapo
Cobphatlente contra is Crueldad,
lea ha pedido aynda a los allsI


stomos deSempacondo
. BombWIpe. vlriops- -
ra tsle is ;.... 0.i5
* MAsg d uu Aacobo
VVIN144.. ". ..W5
par= e... .075
de siflt-4e co-
cina .... ....... ..... 1.50
* Cuchaftne fs Dan.s
de metal romado ... 2J5 "
* Papel de autounilo para f
coclnr.Bltmentos .... 1,50 i
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dos, a los sindicatie obreros, lM
Sbliernb federal y al aenado
Es blen abido que todos los
miembros de aIs policies de la so-
na oriental no son comuntitas,
Bajo lo ruaoa cualquier alemin
en buena condllionoes fies y
iue no pueda encontrar trabs-
Jo, inresa eun ,a policia de grado
SNor furt Lo efectivoes. de M
lew I&djnann*e aumo.uta m:
. au ioir mmnto A Om-
trla un a e lto
Apart de 1 M lndividuoe que
se destinan al servleo de trans-
porte y a la policia fronterim,
so adiestra y a arms a los de-
b6n como soldados. La Adminla-
tracin Principal de Adeatra-
miento -la HVA, o HAUPVtR-
- constituye el mando prinel-


Como A&S4plte asliOm
neutralias el ep aiRden
Smisa-ri y 2 A l. d-
Sico alivia el do de cabe-
an. u0 ia que A ~ sr
do Joble acci6mdomues so -
idte puede w B a
qmier hora.
Millones d- peaaas pfm-

spor -
uieneML sSder e -
aer svio.
Ecbe dos ineum a sw- vs.
de&- sa y -vm bue-
baum;. Tom W.

AIM&m. iff


ltoAlus, ls To
mada epar -m ,

-d.r Oeto. --,s ..
un mto it ado n n
enoulntra Om smbrteU6rA msti s-
tsdo no ae V e yeds&
palt Adi str!A.wAA

AUMi DUNG-- It01_w Iel
i s dipe usto., casa s ma
hombn p p rk Ir aIs guf s.
08Wa united tie. usa oftel-
na de educeol6n politiea que as
resp"lpeAble dU ontral politicA
de Il Pollots di PueblMo y on s
que, &I mlno Uempo, el ef t Ce
is unitld d olue mu podoir
Ad65es hedyl poiticw 4e -
toe aht los of alis lO mnlmoe
comuelataes qu trabaljan alaS
6rdeft del ma uw
de l"poltci t6el Pueblo, peo
ablan muy poMo alenmn.
rnst Tillich neSfl6 qua Is
nulV estructurs de erolto so-
vut6 alaimA, deMue mS que,
On eo w e i nso da e aSiA co-
leosd bajo las 6rdenas de orl-
ctai* umsak. Nat, ueta estruce
tUrt ms o cetamente t s s lams
del ejretto sovi6to.
Tlo el aund on e ton ej6r-
eit-s lo ma polIcla y son ust
poldel quie s, depuim de'ha-
ber taado de scpafrs a ILsonas
oalntal y deaubir que no
babl nsda pars elloa, i ievon
forsTdos a Indp sa en el jircl-
to stmau ota t o ee solie-
: :.a dftcubr, QUOban trdha-
r ado e ecOtr la onel
occidente, an recompense suer
verm eonviida a Isa ndmU de
Sal o cidenado a prtlftm per-
Hay que encontrar el medli
Ce sapoyr y acomuelar a set
gente, i e.. que todes aquellas
personas que viven bajo el te-
rror 7 I dSetaedurs ban de tener
confinu@ a el mundo libre y
demoorltloo de que gritamos. Los
hombres qpe no pudleron per-
manucer a is la on occidental y
regreesron a Is oriental part d e-
cirle a sN amigo. que el Ocl-
dente no las puede ayudar, 1e
oaimionah dasf o 1 cuento a as

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La M &a del Mirto deoI. s0tada U Mse- 1 .ha .-e
gds pdetusmefte al insane o:etntaos t- elme,4- AlSp
y Ide J won el de e"n"trten r a laa i
af ht .La Modank f" pot
ue AZ. Albit J4e5%u. e iu aS a. s-o rade 6a-la s.'
el Geni George C. Marshall, brwetarbt de oMfsdl
t*4a. UsMoe en was reel a td eramoa an Waut M
S expeielta al haser -etregs -6et premier 1a..e
Eu las Gueras Mundales. Primers AY .at"w d
le de hfreeentmente pi eaeunts prn-cBm% l
ner a Ias rp fatIogdu. a asporew a s.Mla;eu em d*e
eionee Veaidae fue heeho a eets din m- yia. Es Ins'ad-,
ri MuadialesI y eo las prosletr aeel6a norea ss eoti.mv
mensamente l 6xite de -nueitese qfaerses, a travit de a7
blHdad pars levantar la morkl de la8 treps.

Lq nueva remesa


Blancas y negras y en
todos colorss. tambin l
a 2 tonos. Los iltimos
eatilos de la moda I

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AVISA a los interesados cuyos nombres figuran mis abajo, que ban
sido secogidos pars inresar en las Colonias Infantiles de Verano.que
funcionarin a partir del mes de Abril venidero.
Estos nifios deberin presenter se inmediatamente a la Secretaria
del Club de Leone*, situdda en los altos del edificio de la Camara de
Comerelio de Ave. Ecuador y Cuba, con el fin de recoger important
instrueeiones adiclonales, referentes a los exAmenes clinics y madi-,
cos por los que debes pasar por c uenta del Club, para entonces seW
admitidos definitivamente en las Colonias.


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tvndomenfal en Ia

| tnozo/lno, se oftrma

B (83.) La i o doe conome .
on a Veanesue na economic 8 P
Se un desa- wustentadsa on etl *

nSe sgrioultura f-lo- d atur las na..
.que fuese a la ves su onamo in no y *
fmnten deo nkreo a 40IS eS tdit 'Nacional de Eduae n que se
a llmentclaa de las t- o o cual hadtS depder.
provinclma. Por el el blenetar de la d0anee omla Co de v a a l '
ea. moprocuparn lo a'darrol o -do aonr- evar a Ca' bo en k orm al
...o dae a toierras, 10 Cle "terlot. ..
tn mUIO muomldliarlment-
.-p exira ri e do cual La gan oportunidad de Ve- Asitioeron a dkho ato alI un onaarios
low modeo no Indlasensable [nezuesl paa supgrar muchos ed lda ,"
Subat mientraIsf O lat -s mdudemlp aN$aI
pS r mO me11 .iLs o.derni.ar mum -xp" op .
jlwprbia Jo mejor deo u ruralle 01la brind6. 1 potr- AWN GO, Feb. 27 (Corres- Su ofroiedo uan
uwo y ser.a u ...... leo par d tinut poa Car Bscala)-- Hoy a e Bono-
aSBnadrm enotalidad a..a- trororbe t.laIaugu-m ar flc3almente el Be- ormal,
La. La resultante de eae do cn mlaapetroler de nuoaUin Nionalt ui I d: idmat de lo6
o de cosma fu6 quoe batast ilb rat do esas rents, Ul- nl a doa a r
e.a Slimenticio de ol s Iarplas. d oade luca ad de masM Ta r o tAn e n I a nOr- eotst delnI-
Sota. pana cto e ra are fi1bi de yorom g l todoe l amInspe ators deIa t Rtu te doV M i
aonqulsta. A Locas esea l I n pl y -alton funIlonnrios de..

onWt de toda planlficac 6n paraIl^tarlafranda uroa tlMerectotre do l Z mo d aro i eld e W n m de oeu-
1a4 aenIe& d.strtwat6n -agrope.CUa'i e" IndSuasile, inauguradl Ia saml6n on la ma- ealdna.
E5a y maS5atie''-naf- reproductUVaa que vilnen re- ,,
rina, ca.. ".SSfe- % too scoe f- Grandes p6rdidas han causado
a eei toAteo allado de ponaables del pals. -
On n oatavador sn pra-dticGtiarer earm ua e s
,rerio maelecUvo de t:erras Par la qui respect. a Ia" a&-
cy teatuva8 uVias en zoos de Col6n
hb 0 s. vino 'a comple- ajo el muamo aigno de da- ;
ton Is estrctura jdle ute fundamental a que noms Bard4illelu tul P da d l a* OMgailri.
1a a Is propledad terit nemos referido as comaenso.a ats r o. ens par
I zddante el si temas do INo .6lo esteao.. on la. min-Las Haias de eat vWta"ro noqUie i n yo patrentm -I
ua reales a l o favo- man condicione estacionarms h a c irnd opato ed 10 QO o nP petro-
do tierras e Indlias on en- Los coato. ban. .ubido nuestron pt0qu moamals m 6 reprt. .
iends generedoreu del ab- a mmS quo proparclonal con nuosftroGat rimqe as I reoe.
tUamo y el latifundio supe- respect a los preci o aOJas de quostq o eln vero- Mesu vnmmr do s hnosuerana
arecamSt per su man UIs spr.nec camblar el arudo qua no, 7 on primer lugar el Van- SardTIens. Tool ouarenta y
car ac .ltivoas a la capact- n ,oesido hasts abhr en dul, el trijol y el tomato y otros- dos nAos de bdad escolar y
t par .parultvo adrnicotra-materi gasti". pU6blco me- frutoa mAs so hanSerdido es- cuando el goblotno nombre alto i
o parte de dianc el estableclmiento de to ao oon mod t a que hay una. meast otros construtl-
un presupuesto multiple con muchas Uais. l podemos remios ns ca* de palmsa Jira.
a con mla do l esa. agri- distidnclo entire el de lngresoa hacer lmbras nueva sahora conto lam do nmotros, parsa la
ra e ias. dpar fu rsza u y gastoa de Inverain dO de por q crue eo vrano escuel 7y h taSM bancau doe
uter dflltarls a cuanda Mantenlilento. at nando ,dl ue veondra despo er an y troncoa do ole., puess queo-
om mltro hha Do aiquao primero un buen porcentaje erte. Hasta nuestros mantma remos eqnfl b a que nues--
ante bus alt.De hdo de la Rents Mineray Petro, estamoa I pauto .d tdOilm trou asi reu n. Lp n
nie lam tereorae del reino las jerarqulandd dentro del porque no poaOm ds rbarl easidad de d nom he tralw
MIjco eblosen tonido n mlmo las inverlones a ah o- yquemarlet pOr Zo am al do a .Mta s que etI le-I
Idad de aulr nuetras a do qutar la primaca que auaeoba. lano os O. pero d .bo. encon-I
enten eprovmne con tra nuestros gobiernosm an dado a preduaelt 4 MreSr y m ah rado tierr l B e de namotros.
SO PO ao rte .L la cludad y aplcarl. al -
blon am ciorta quolaas rso- poa en obras Hidriullcas y as- .
c loonesa comercot clao al nitarias qua tralf n ci Ca vi i1
.luyora ct.s ltmituaci~n medlo flalco; vl lided quo a- "J;'i
cual empe 6 a meoorar des- cerque los centros do produc- '" "
1.778, no a menon veridl- clon a los de consume; edu- -.-- u -- ,
quo in.fluencia determ- cacl6n quo multiplique los ttc-I
aMte n ella qesr6 el. em- nicas ld6neos y capacity me- NOTA: lute smora 3am$0- tularA y har a extractsI
loma y) IrraciOhalidad equ Jo la ipoblacl6n campesina pa- we smrole periansote quao* reSel pass SneSlalente
-dler-n la~-" actividado ra el cultrvo raolonal, mean- ostabloear esta Palats el i a o l, et e loetom. 1 0
ricola. aa y cn 0 d abonos, laterior do "1 9MPamem-AAIS- mtWed b ag sels alaWis
Insecticide& y fungicidas; ex- ties", pars bomeflle de o proebl n. gerieaSt 3ao at
a tabes ituaciones condu- Dpernientcl6n y dlvulgacl6n produsetorem ag ieela del pai. pr gaenty a la ipblaid l
san: -0 a1 e pirmo here- en tda l rame econdmin- SAi m ervile do itestw-on- muee. Eo ados a iEw M 1 le
' laoepsafaiola; 20.) un eameo e xpIdtables dC ia a- mfa ota. Caelgei artl teSiies. sideelas ejp!tl*
fiaic adao verosin obras gricultura y la cria a la CUi- cul g ..te. leag.e-b.- i .,p pa a e.
lales quo neutr a ran le as lao s debe dotar de cl t dere importate quoe nuetre per wut y St
menos on paotte et a mt-J retgimen modern de prople- aempomaone somena. g fa- 0 itpo w, MW eabmU u. m I
ronte a today explotaci6n dad territorial que potag fin do .osekte. so w irs a "l Hde Stena t O*SSlt
ricola 3o.) las guetrras C- a su anticuada estructura y ranama-Amna. El Lie. mutuas en anutem d afrilM
em de un istema credltldo rapi- Gaulole LE Beleos C., lo es- tur y aMldtd rral.
do, barato y eliatico que le- -- o -- "
lutA preferencia por la a- e_ al .alcance del producteor
ultura de exporLadl6n Ide- lam medios eoondnmicos para Muy pronto, mientras prepa- tambi6n aceptanim tralajos,
rmin6 nuestra dependencia generali ar y '.hacer viable en ramos un material espeelal, pero entonces nosetros tratao
on6mica del comercio exte- la practice las conclusions proeasenteremde maM s AI mos d a haeer un sumarto pea
,. Puede declrse que du- obtenldas en las Investigacio- alientes de entermedades doe trior o anterior en el cual
ate toda nuestra vida repu- nes experlmentales a lmpu!mar animals y personas on un me- me linteticen en form popular
canm hasta 1925 el caf6 fu6 maslvaimente la produccl6n dio rural. los puntom -expuest tos ROea.
, principal motor de nues- agricola- cavas, almacenes y raperamos que tal servicio mente. Ambas comao se neceal-
* ciclos de prosperldad y seguro agricola que reaguar- tenga una buena acogida. Ne- tan en la vifl del efl I
preal6n, con la circunatantcl den contra- la p6rdida de las ce altamos cooperacl6n doe ta ea, pues, una AMlTt-
ave de la Inelasticldad de la cosechas; preclos remunerado- todoa los 1 t0 loos agricolam del c6n formal a dos t a a-
nanda per el grano en los res mediante pignoraciones pals. Sus trabajoW e Inveatiga- ricolas del pals y uto O am-
ircados extranjeroa, los cua- proporclonales al valor de los clothes en nuestro pals pueden tunidad para elloe de pIle bUr
slem re han determinado articulos on el mercado, que ser publicados en esta colum- mum investlgaclones. La .Mts-/
precaos totalmente fuera recompensen el estuerzo del na per parted. ata e a una In- sl6n as extlende a l I -
a control de los passes pro- productor; y. jmano ,de obra yitacl6nn ordi. oRres de sanldad, md l-
ctores. abundance in remaenta al boratorlatae, etc., que au=-W to-
t. ,,. pr la. lnmiraoz 6n tan- nEl mic requlalto ea ajustar- nor unsa muy buena Id0, b1bre
Las fluctuacion es en lo pre- t I epon ~ m -a al sala pautas ue hemos pr- apecto ruriael. 0 WSlr-
m Y l voluaon do lam pro- 'rigia, is a im n d ei-n$ a lam0 a qua hemw pre axpectom runjes. A#9 Bj k C-
cto e ortable Y y n s pe I oI po/iblo, l _l0 m.1t .rnsentado agu 861 o acepteremos tive que pueda haed '.!
1at tb aban elP Ipo uels m do pesr- daugestlonea conatructlvaa. Na- Tambln se extlendo l'a -
S. 1 a rd gobenaban el In turbar con neva '.sn O. da ganamos con destruir. 1i taci6n a lom ingen- -
a y po consigulene 3za a pr coide asctufa Pr moment actual, al border do dlanths del nal qu
acidad de consume e inver- de m preontes actividades una nueva gurra .mundial, es preentar_ trano 0e *
n. Como nuestro deaarrollo La inmidgr&scn etarls desti- membrar. oembrar lempre,. nue- secha sobre oSA C
atrial ha ado inciplente nada a lenar eso vacioas que y aside, nuovos conoctmlen- CAS que puedan A ; -
vilvula de escape del ma- pudieran ocurrir y tambldn ae to y, par qu no?, nuevos fru- tro media rural. A. l d um-
r a menor poder adquislti- towra part on Pelprograms deo ta. trialea ni us digs, m
lo conatitulan las impor- Inverslones. Lo que so propug- Los trabajos debon aer pa- muy e m.oM y .
ionem. De ahi que al varlar na scon ete orden de idea i ra un nlvel promedlo de nus- de reoe ra en el tn Tra-
preoo del cafr fluctuaba es planilfeicar la producel6n y tra poblaci6n. Kn cs diautinto, balnm para el Intfrl.
powder de compra del pro- hacerla mAs atractiva al In- ..... .- -
'tario, el Jornalero, el tran vermlonlsta y menom aleatoria ,,
rtimta, el comerciante de ex- e Insegure al trabajador rural. a61o algo monom del 1% dcl cd6n agocala atl r% In-
ctaci6n o el tostador dei d"i- total de los ingreaos de bldro- fore OZ. de la i. Tie-
amo interno y sus em- Alunas de las lguenaonei carburo percbldos polr el ,- nic Eco ca lam -
ados. Es decir, la mayoria anotada soe han hecho o em- co durante los ,ltim.a tre.nta cane. Aun diapaoneW "ma
la poblacilon nen march pero in auje- anfam .t potroloro pares1 re-
uccIAn a un plan articulado y La reforms del presupuesto greer a la etapa tulae dO
Esto se traducia yn varma- bmistemtico, aelva en camom ex- traero patilatlnemente conal- sonoamia agropecuariW s6 ur
ineAs de salarlos y cambo c pe lonalo some la Untldad go la reonrmna admimtrativa. eooonetr s con ur m can
el nivel de la ocupacl6n y Agraria do Turhn lIm propa- que tendrA per ofct haser la yeoro eaquUmado ifr t-
asecuenaimente en males- Ias egrica.lae de P'rtugues admlnistraeldn menoas oeatasa trupjand muS rdeMal uas
rao lenestar le aeg CeaCnjodm, lam-eptroo -a" y complicada, ms r ypida ytu t tle, y deoprovl- I gsm
er1 e .o respectlvo les do ciertas togl-, ^nem ae- eotcaz xy mona pMarutS a lmeoll teonlcos y do i #5ut-
1camlo en el powder ad-n lidad qu adlanta e1 Mniste- "Venezuela nnes ha Scni t t r ocn dignldad .a S-
dUFi d la pooblacu n de ria do Obras Plbtlics y la Ma. zado un alto mINI de produc- te p0blael6n del p5 -
p rtl ecie'ns, LTo^s ingrom ei etansionom on o alo lauca d
ni" por derechos deom- ser incorporadas a la produc- A BN sa Delgadt s
Nrtaecn varisbany en Epoca clon.. Otra. auardl an a A i* 9 NIB uad "d don1 ala l o- i".nlceci6n en scala saprecla-
ao on difcultades de a.ll ble, tales coma el rieo a quen oA nM l d M M SCOTT
--e n ...... .ga .o L recibido de loa goablero tan
R mlestar general en eoo- --,,, LIU A VT I A i M TALSIJ I.

de crisis era terreno pro- .. .
para los pronunclamlen- ILIVutlHs a NUEK
'cban can rebafto y s e- Avui.J i ... | S|vmi Nuo AMe di mma yiei"q s u int ,
1ter:y comprometian RUt roe a sus MGe Voeitl. m A y 0 sol u 0 e10 AMust
Slas finanzas .del goblerno huiAo* Iusto& d-ce U ace Sute y
I frecuentemente ae veia e" sa 7SlO rei eSeact a estri44i ciat s e U l da 60
ae recurrir a extraor-I ia-s ovMinesae. I. ON".I4 "bp hasb i.S&
t arbltrios rentlaticas y f ?I 4 1" OR=@&1
I to intero y exter.no tiMr -oVIr.
K mubventr a loa gasato de o id. *lsi t
y etom condun a la la i. a m
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-1-Deam. a'
-.Arbaole8 s- .u b. b
1- ey de '. m
1-.Arbusto. -
18-Del verbo, ropa s '.
17-Caldo Dtf elsp -
18-Parte qut uobfra 4e '.
tejados.. : i,
I o--Atrevldt, ud. .
21--Organlavmi deos N' ."
Ug-Tener .. -
S--Aves WooMes.,
8-9-Tunante, pillo.
34-Cmat6n de 8uli.
0-I-Medida de longltud, Plt
U-CoGm6 en s4A 0.M .. ,
;--ela*ol6n Be hoebos durante
y Us ago..
3--Donde haeo los pijarom sus
crias, PI.
43-Pueblo de Cuba.
46.-studio de la moral.
2--Bn to de 6valo, Pl.
54-Ave de raplas.
5wParp luar -alebillar.
ST-FloJo, suelto.
S.-Del vmbo sear.
51-Balle tipico cubano.

---Hjo do Adin.
.--Poavl11 que aspiraban
4-Posads, venda.
ou totalidad.
T.-Anlmales polarei.

1-ci--Cl aim.,
1l-Volac coats, loe.
8-Du doe ls quebra-
22---Pens do plel asulla.
2 M-C-raue tela.
27-Un -DO9W
t -Quo no-tes dIOa
36-Union Xvolucloearis
Amorlo InAtLo.
31-Rio dagpto.
J -Delo vuo ecotar.
27-Ag mS.
40-Cerro m medIo de un Ilano.
42-CorUna en los atetros.
44-Clam. doe calzado.
45-AlgsM filamentosm.
48-Conjtnto de voices.
49-Del verbo asar.
---Oxido do caloid.
61-Del verbo. izar.
5U-Adverblo de lugar.


Seelebra pre Cgre de hla
me. en Sanago
Prema Spdlaiafb SIig

rIAGO, F,eb. 27 (Corres- tttos y la fecha del coartS
i .- Con Ia alltlblas de q. tendra lugAr el 14 de J "
ados reproentionte de i 191 en la Oiudad d mil-
, ntorcha, 31 Cholo, Ademn as sprob -eX
S, l Cha Ghom- f re luolonoo. Una p.r,
p ov, E L ta,. Ju-a oa d ropro
onarlt 1ot& que reglamenta el.at ,
seer aer en d Verano 7y ta en
gt un Pre o g de i ta per el ened
u imisMnlalad. Et mlntoS del Slrigente
uin. so aordaron los ug .
pfL. tundamntlM de la tilamuel Guifures, e t
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SEstadtm Ualde. v ana
t C. Jeppen,a Jefe d 4. del
Valliero Seguano owweerltu de Is

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Is amotk. al lefel Eel Distrito
uaax ,e_ na ION
S.las, raftdo l o prelods al per
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loeM dicen: "Io as.me Jprar 1 sem
Sde La Prena no idAnke tox-lW 5O a, veft.
ui iBlones, slo. que for. nil la2.*Jfl 'W ln0d la
un tode ocruanico Idoitl- libe, qq do nIa gaanan-
con el dasio, quO quie-d cla te Bl.gD pot. asco.
Stbajoar librOasente que A P te df e do anelt hay
.n H tos .m~e~nae enoi ntra- que. daescoontere el ppe, la lus,
gj| .guatihdo por inc i gasto de aa leados, etc. Lueag
6a1U n cr ada que o -t0e l et l arro s b s B.9..50 el saco
s u oca uente e retur- ly lmthimento B consigue o-
los. A ste efecto rtlo 61 lmatt a B .1.Oo el Waco de
dtodelf deriInnt e =l fetrior, i B.12.60 de me-
et 0 de m r r anti Ia 1 1lor alldd.
..IBel ut a _in 10c1 Ii a cusato al s oar, lo ml-
boed dt.b ao at q__,f lnorta se qule deo qu n Is
ait ram t re.ass: ons del Ciu* vend 8acer
tecifd vuble law56d I .- amef a a -%.vtava vLs li-
doee, yn quo s tina pd b
Uaeiptim 11 so- an PWU- doSvba brftL
w C1'tI t p 9 170= 1 Is m4mea c fuW veendi-
SdA- a dl, a Veneltel 1t 8 cedtivos
W tslsgraia aSga: "n I s libsra puetnft s Maufctlebo,
eupltaeMl tt.4 /.tle- at-'tlintral que en Panaaf tie-
r .fnonf quo pag M tero .1.0uin-
Sont AM l M L t- id vendor a
de del0 atod la ,es hh srvid l o ml-
1r,, -0dIls I-- 1em eli- en-
a., st ,e ..ce c ~ AgropcuA S o rnd
_e _n a v-end s Lntir l-
m --'. -, .<* '1 dr 1 flail-
L.m. 'norist.- gums, Comeredo ImttdutissB'd-
ef minmoriow-, blrs controt- preco e dl-
c"sO 't1 .'t gto do i. iho articulo, .tO ) manors qoo
hh alW'en q4. abs tmen,- l public no pillka l=A doe
d.o6mpr6 unalm p n lntdA. 0oentavo por lW9,
de f a, B." S R6 ne-50....%
do" voi *i afttl0sda Lo produotp deess no
ga0d deo 10 Ibmsa a la oVa. hft'naufrido a .vA Il pe-
oo lndo a 10 l U- I -ro a 0&el oP a
01 mi- PC mAs f vandea
Bcise van obno a von- too.
doria a 12% entae .t oT en
Retilrindoe l arroz, dicen. lcn sPito i aw ara tr-
Wol I -sntribo-r, 0
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10 otrq, doapfpqdad.
Deioft par 22
i 'Ch.-r .u.vo ..

IR4aO it ior prii.d
.N; 201+ _

.mfadoe artmles en dLepea-
teartoaasl'el sfe:' -i
Lo proaduet que viener on-
hftdol del xtranjeroe hen su-
frido un aumento, tunque re-
lativoe l aumento del preco de
los mismo eon los Estados Uni-
doe. Los minoristas e mostra-
ron complaoldos por sl modida
tomads por el Banco Agro-
peMuarla, &I. olacr en el met-
cede una dttUMlnad41 marca
de leche on polvo, do muy bue-
na calided y a bao precio.
Ternlnaron dletnde los ml-
norlatap quo el cost de op-
ras6n ha aumentado enorme-
montLt l papal de envolver,
quo antes eoetab B.i3.12-0 6
bulto, ahora cuerta BM0.00. Los
salarios haq subldo tambi6n, y
ya quo ells tiUnen quo ven-
der los artloulos real a real y
medio a medio, tienen quo de-
dicarle nucleo thinpo a la ven-
ts de loa mismos, aumentanlo
por conlsgulente el gast de Wi,
aiquller, etc.
Eata maftana el Alcalde le en-
v16 una, note al Ministr do
AgrlcUltura, O0mercoa e Iifts-
trs,. pidldndole que Intoerten-
ga en el control de dieho pre-
clos, ya que die a dia sI r
sintan numeroses qu6jes a su
despacho, de part de la cle-
mse afectadai, o man las hu-

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(die t slete d Polera pr aMsH
so los sl u-oa.
t1 movioodw to egtg rpelds- G O u a bi

neo. Algun te limls. del o buss -,m Eam Oni,
terinoe dlhWsdoa por mle b*sS E
do unions alisn de Is nt ue a .

sOllelrmlea I1 duchf do u-ated 1'-
no pounlrnaI&sula iin- d dper to

liatia dae too1 doefloe de iIF*l
tmlnsfrao pisvado de buI u3."
Dolo Ndoe infquea ls el udad 115 A

slldlta sa1 p n dieA, e dos fun-

elonaris no pidleron la ynca

Se ols a todos loe aomtr- Devulve a los osaloleS !u
clantes qu' opera club de met-
canolas parm que oonourrsf a primitive color, beyan eled
una rcnni6n en I& Aloadle del 6stoe rubles, o astafe
Distrito ei ilitroles 28 de O8
corrlentes a las dooe (12) doe o nMgror.
di va fin d tratter asunto do
sumalporteasl laia rdo*nados No ei sa t pv No
con eats actvided.I Es un product do ca li
PanamA, 27 de Peb. do 1951.
Ude. Angel Veola Mthyd wPO IazOc"
Aleldde. I

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Ni sun los mi cares on maejore que CUTE

No ee el prefo lo quo haca un produet superior.
die5m eu ledea 4 squ a qu6 eaowd la
mupedoeaid de Cuts. Pwer ectir "es-asim',
el asevo y asmaeeoe Mute'ditate, eeluive de
Cuames. In so uler pemanes en iealwe,
bollsalswaIsO p f dai yd asf-* -
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Tel. 3-0255.

S.IEW VENDE: Madera usada an per-
Sotfealt condiciones, a precise sin
S mpetienia en la plaza. I x6 -
2'x4 22x6 2 x 8 4 x
4 -6 x 6 8 x 8. PAREDES
-Y CIA. LTDA. Ave. Pablo Arose-
miens No. 10 y Dep6sito en Pal-
t. 'tf Calle 12. Tels. 2-3238 y 3-

IE VENDE:-Novedad! Acobamos de
.dbir surtido complete de pintu-
.', rs pera artists, de la famosa ca-
.," i.nglaesao Winsor & Newton. Ca-
Slded *xcelente, a precious modera-
, m. Libreria Preciado. Avenida
. ;-CIentral y Plaza Catedrol..
.:Lo demoros son costosss. Nuestro
eurtido esti complete y el servicia
de entraga es inmejorable. ALMA-
CENES MARTIN. Avenida Nor-
S te 8t83, Tel. 2-06;0.
VE.NDO: Plants el6ctrica, 5 Kw.
S'110.y 220 volts, 60 ciclos en ex-
Scelentis condiciones, por B.250 -
; .. Garage Exposici6n y Tel. 2-
1 VENDE:-34- cabaezs de gonodo:
c. os, novillos, toretes, e t c.
En Punta B.60.00. Cerco de la
cibdod. Informed: Calle 29 Este
t: I : IIlExposici6n) de 7 a 8 p.

AE : :-CEoja .fuerta do acera,
S Isr w e". TemaTe exterior
S'2-S4'x-6'3". Dirflose a Termi-
iWn ainoi, Avenida Josi Fran-
3 df a Ossa No. 75, telifono

.3 4 f~l emm r mu ngeme,. flant ,
A !, uw a .qo cuilquier artefocate
utn atctrico (refrigmedot4o
f1h f*wporas, plancha. tasta-
*' d.tiCi?:.)' lamlia'OCar!os Guevara,
Y -1033 6i 3-1",0.
Ofnceme1s Colle 9o., Parque
Lefaw.rg, ett .de 2 recinras, 2
b l bins" male_,y.conidor, cuarto de
eapWeda, 2 tsrrbhos y buena pis-
k. cin"*U de* *2S'Mts. Precio pro
v rMt.rip*4a. tB. l.O0.0. Foci-
|d.As dojsmg^. Wolft tCia. Ltda.
Collt So, No. 22, Tel. 2-2388.
I Canal de Panamia ofrece n ven-
Saj. "mejoar pastor los edificLos nu-
[.1:3, 7. 8, 9-y un edlficia sin
-IV tode situedm on el area
u prpara controrar, malaria en
s. So recibirin sielladas *n Io
tnia del Supply and Service Di-
set er an B -lboa Heights hasto las
..10.30 a. m. del dia 7 de Marzo de
1951 cuando so oabririn en public.
Los formularies de propuest- con de-
ralles completes podran obtenerse en,
las afacinas del Supply and Service
.Direator en Balboa Heights.

SAvis Judicial

:t X1 Juen que lsmc.-ibe. Tesorero del Cr-
ueite do Panama. al piblico.
Que eh el JUIk.' e ldoucesidn inhaste-
S4 do arah o Ow a Sara w. me ha dica-
,d cait. dJaRt aSrtsl oluailvai a deo
Mfor elaniete --
TO Panamfi. febroro vminl* do adl
*O rtclonMt0 cieniit 3 1Y uno.
VISTOS: .... ........
Par untLa. I Juns gue tsucrib. Ter-
Sero del Cirruito do PanamA. ad. mini-
tflndo Juatien a n nombre de Ia RRep4-
*41 y3 por utrondrdd de Is Ly,. DECLA-
Quo cari eblorta Ia icesfion intitat-
ja do Sarah Ow 6 Sara Ow, deeds. e di.
S oe. sar do 11i C.ha do mu, dafun-
Qe as mu hiredado. in iop.irirlO do
lerrom, en h dlo Peter Chungs, OR-
Quo eomPareen a @ltar a dorecho
ealcwl jcio Lodes equellai teraonfa quo
se cren con dorsao n Aallo. y
Quo ae lfie y iublique el edi'to do
q* trots cl isrlculo IS0" del Ca6dlo
C6pl ne ? otiflquee, I fdo ) Rubd
0. irdoa. itfdo a Caros Ivap p ulic-
B n, irlo.' ,
Po-r unte. so lija *l presents odieto
a n 1ear pebliro de -sla Seretars *.
SPA cml mlimo to ntarega *. oart@
ifteoanMd o Par* *u dnDidA e uarcCi6R
i t unl irido dI sI loollidid. Pass"i,
i a1 Jas. ,ido. Rbin D. C6rdoba.
I Fdo I Cariod IAln ZODfie
o fiel roepi
Pa"iaA, febrro 2; do IS91.
Imponen pena-
maria mlentras no se encuentre
n.n condictoneies de seguridad.
Lee capitanes de barco estian
ambikn obligados a cooperar en
ei Mulvanento de los pasajeros,
Stfrpulantes y carga de la em-
bariacJones en peligro o que
hubriran naufragado y se ha-
mtn aereedores a las sanciones
son L sa& abra aplicadas par el
CamptAn dlI Puerto contra el
.Captin y Maquinista de la mo-
.-Mve "Lionet".

De conlorniicad con lo que is-
tabsecc el Art. 777 del Cdligo
*d Comerclo. aviso al public,
No, 210 do Febrero 9
*1* de Is Notarca Segunda
4*1 Clrculto de Panama. he

In a. V.R uwe

Bienes Rfeee
SE ALQUILA:- so vende. Cams de
compo on Chorrero- (El Coco) Tel.
SE VENDE:-Cintrco y acreditodo
negocia, par no powder admintstrar-
so. Para Inform escriba at Sr.
Kuylen, Aporrado 1828, San Jo-
s6. Costa Rico.

Lotes on casi todos los sectors de Io
urbanizoci6n "El Congreoj."
Chalets de dos o cuatro recimaras an
La Exposici6n, Bella Vista, El
Cangrejo y "El Carmen".
Lotes par hectirea con frente a Ia
Late de 2165 M2 a 0.90 en la Ur-
bonizaci6n "Los Cumbres" colmn-
dando con to propiedod de Liche
Castrallon. en calle "Los Andes".
Ocosi6n. Facilidades de pago.

5. IROUOWI-Plntor de caus. con.
trntlsto. consoles ticnlcos. Maran-
tia par ,n af. presupuestl gratis.
Tel. 2-1276.
So Ud. o su nifo tienen un cutis de-
licado o seco, prot6jalo, lavindose

con aceite de aguocate, de venta
en las fortnacias y en los buenos
almacenes. Cosmeteria Imperial,
Ave. Central 27-A.


SE ALQUILA:.-Casa completomente
amoblado, solo, comedor. tires re-
cJmaras, oficina, patio interior, jar-
din, agua caliente. Llami al Tel.
3-3444 o al 3-1477.
SE ALQUILA-Cholet completamente
amoblado. solo, comedor, tres re-
cimaros, 2 baoos, porch, terraza,
garage, cuarto empleada, jardin,
patio grands. Ave. 6a. altos del
Golf. entire Collas 7a. y So. Teli-
fono 3-3085.


SE DESEA:-Comprar en cantidades
opreciables los siguientes orticulos:
Sandias. Lachugo Repollado. Repo-
lo,. Rdbano, Pepinas, Cobollinos,
Tomotes, tomatoes semallas extrarn-
ieras. Ali, Pimentones. Berengenas,
Cnotes, Perejil. Ofrecemos los
melores precies. Products Nacio-
nales. S A. Calle H Nb. 61. Apar-
todo 1984. Telefono 2-0028. Pa-

PERDIDO:-Perro "Boston Bull Ter-
ror" lamado Deacon. Perdido entire
Gamboo y Summit el miircoles.
Possible estd cerca Albrpok AFB.
Muy querido par la familiar. El que
Io encuentre favor de Ilamor Mas-
ter Sargeant Motz. 276-3290 o
Gambo 230 o Policia Gamboa. '
PERDIDA:-Cidula No. 2361 perte-
neciente al Sr. Chen Hong Sing
Agradecemos se sirvan devolve alas
ol Restaurante Democracia No.
4176. Pueblo Nuevo.
PERDIDA: Gratificaci6n a Quien
devuelva carter perdide en Teatro
Lux domingo en to noche.. Infor-

SE ALQUILAN:-Cuortos para hom-
bres solos en lo Ave. Central 209,
Le6n de Oro.
SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto, a matrimo-
nio u hombre solo, prefenorble, sin
ni'os. Ocurra calle 12 Paitilla, No.
61, Son Francisco.
SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto muy cintri-
co poro hombre solo. Informes ol
Tel. 3-Q098.
SE ALQUILA: Cuorto omoblado.
para caballero. casa familiar, chalet
No. 49. Avenida 4 de Julio.
SE ALQUILAN:-Cuartos refrigera-
ci6n, carnes. legumbres. pescado.
Informes calla H No. 18. Tel6fono
-* ---uy -------- ------,:::
SE ALQUILAN:-Cuortos reci6n pin-
tados, con o sin muebles a cabo-
lleros de buenas costumbres. Calle
So. No. 36.
SE ALQUILA:---Cuaorto amoblado pa-
ro hombre solo de buenos costum-
bres. Calls 6a. No. 19. Ult,mo pi-
SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto amoblado. bo-
rota, gas. luz, lavadora eltctrica.
Tel. 2-4448.
SE ALQUILA:-Cuorto. amueblado,
con luz; entrado independeinte
Tel. 2-1237. irigirse: Avenida B
SE ALQUILAN:-Cuartos con frente
a la calle, B.8.00 semonal. Pen-
pO6n "Chiriqui". Ave. Control y
calle "A" No. 2. Tel. 2-3030.

I-. -

Autom6vile .

SE VENDE: Hudson 1947. ..n
Commodore-8, 4 puertesW|p;a Wi
condiciones, buenas I lant
rado, prciao .758.00. 61 2-A .-
lie* Sago, Coli, C. Z.
SE VENDE:-Comi6n Fbrd, 7 19
2 1-2 tonelodaes, volquets, Priai
Io y so convenceri de lu buen ge
do. Vendo borotisitio. Aresem
tellers SAS, Via Porras.
SE VENDE:-Por motive viae, carr
Lincoln, 1946, on peCrf O eM,
diciones, precio quernm. FrmarnI
Ruiz, Panami.
HOY mismo vendo eleginte Bui.
convertible 1941, llontas blnca
nuavas. Venga y ofretac. Avnidkk
Ernesto Lefevre 40.
SE VENOE:-Per roeona; de viej
Packard Clipper Sedan, Super B,
194Z, perfectas condiciones. Tel.
2-2712, PanamA, v6alo an calls II
Oeste y Ave. "A".

SE VENDE: Fargo 3-4 toneladles
1948, perfectos condiclones. Li.-
rie al Sal6n Mario de Pueblo Nue';
vo. Tel. 3-1513.

SE VENDE:-Gango! Chevrolet 1949
convertible, con radio, s puede
financier, para Informas vea a
Frank Alemin. Smoot y Parades 0
Slaome at-. telfona No. 2-0600.

SE NECESITA:-Empleado. VIa Es..
paoo A o. 54. Apartomento No. 1.
Despu6s de las 6:00 p. m;
SE NECESITA--Cocinera que conoz*
ca bien su oficio, para 4 personas,
B 10.00 quincenales. Ave. B, No.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada serial que
sepa cocinar. Calla 33 No. ju, .*I

quina Justo Aressitmena.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada para dor-
mir rn comase, Calls del Estudiante
No. 77, Apto. 8, coas "Tamara
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera competen-
te que duermo en case. Avenida
Quinto de la Carrasquilto, No. 55.
Entrando per li Teatrg Edmn en
la Avenida Belisario Porras.

SE NECESITA:-Empleodo que duer-
mo en el trobojo. Telafono 3-2541
San Francisco de Il Caleta.
SE NECESITA:-Coclnero con expe-
rfencia., debe dormir en el empleo.
Buen sueldo. Calle 50 Iste No. 14.
Edificio Son Remo. segundo piso,
mano izquierds. Tel. 3-0800.
SE NECESITA--Enmpleedo. Avea. Cu-
ba, No. 58. Apt.: 7.
SE NECESITA: Buena cocinera.
Campo 'Alegre. Avenida Manuel
Ycaza No. 18.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada de buen
carActer. para cuidar ni.itas. Cam-
po Alegre. Avenida Manuel Yca-
za No. 18.
SE NECESITA.-Empleada para dor-
mr en lao residencia, oficios do-
m6sticos. traer recomendaociones,
ocurra Bazer Panomeno, Avenida
Central No. 78.
SE NECESITA:-Empleaoda ser.o. ue
sepa cocinor bien y hacer el serv-
cio. Familia pequeAca Intll venir
sin recomendaci6n. Ave. Ecuador
No 4. boos.

Articuloe de (am
SE VENDE:--Motivo viaje, mueblei,
camera de cine, plota poeruaona,
Misc. Acudo despu6s 4:30. Case
5358. Calle Davis, Diablo.
OCASION:-Lindo y modern juego
de recimaro, complete. Gango, ca-
lie 34 No. 7.
SE VENDE:-Juego de bambu con
10 piezas, en B.100.00 en Uru-
guay No. 4.
SE VENDE:-Mesa de comedor de
bambus con 6 sillas. juego de sola
de bambu etc. Liame Fate Wolf 2-
1465 Panama. Horas oficina.

SE VENDE -Limpiadofa Mix-Master
de alfomibra. acorreador de equipaoe
lpara capota de corrol iaula para
loro. cofre' de plato, sillos, estate,
precious boratos. Tel. 2-275862.
Ave. Morgan, Balboa.


SE NECESITAN:--Costureras exper-
toas pra cdlnimsos, nose present si
no tiene experience Creaciones
Altman. Via EspaAo No. 1.

de bueno presencia y que hay"
cursado studios secundarios, De-
be hablar ingles y spa l. Bazaer
Americana, Central 25.

M NCISITAN -ms=--k Im de d t
que e de suad de me -
defr me aterkl Mt is. e emLiem
So. M- .* .-, PaeeMU-Amrm6le.
Tel. 2-0740.


1'S. Aportamento en
0 f final y call@ 43
-. A .4 -0140.
SE ALU IA-Ele9asnte apartamen-,
to ur iafe r"ecdrmiao. serviclo,
p"tFrd y coinita, Informes pearso
fb r tW el Mercado Modelo,
IA u ."Amousmena y Calls
F 29-.- por telifono..

ApA idos recimaras. iltl-
m pi a Via Espoai, en
Idl AW(gtIll del Oro" fren-
t4 .El Panami.
O 2.2375 y 2-1215
E S frtMf 4 mento do do
radi igl oemedor, y dem4s
coiedlades. Calle 14 No. 2, Sont
Fte Falmg. Fr nts al Golf. Para In-
feiqg Ilnmem'tl ei6fono 2-1752.'

SE AQUILA:r --Apartamento r~oder-
no, -el-s, comedor, dos reckmaros,
dos,'iervjlcs, Avenida Chile, calle
41, telafoh 3.-0847.
SE ALQUILA:-PisP entrada inde-
pevsne. No. 4. calle I a. Perry
Hill, 3 dormitories, dos bafos.
garan Informes Tel. 2-2374.

SE A UILA:-Apartomento modern
* no -de une[ sc ra sin muebles o
, m~c omoblad, Via Belisorio Po.
rra 168. '

SE ILA: .- Departamento dos
reimaims, sole, comedor, cuarto
eMpleado. Edificio "Hispania" Ca-
l Colombia No. 3. Entrada inde-

SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento a cuar-
to borato. gaos, lus,*telhfono in-
cluido. Tel. 2-4448, frente Correo
SE AL.QUILA:-Cuarto con balc6n y
tin aportamento de tres cuartos con
balc;n y servicios independientes
*n Avenida Central No. 125. Tel.

SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento peque.
No y un cutLto. Colls Estudion-
te No. 105 altos.

SE. ALQUILA:-Apartomento inde-
pendients, oato, 2 dormitories, so-
la, comedor, cocina y servicio. B.
50.00, dn San Francisco do la Ca-
Iota. Informes Teatro Eden y Ca-
lie Corresquilla A- 1. Miguel

SE ALQUILA--Apartamento de dos
recAmaras, solo comedor. cuorto de
servicio y garage, dicho apoarta-
mento eas muy ventilodo y esta Io-
calizodo en la Coll. 2dao. Perejil
No. 11, ocurra teltfono 3-0553, a
apartamento en altos de la miema

E ALQUILA .-Locet comercral, eidl
ilcio nuev, e.oquina Ave. Cub.
calle 15 de Febrero. Industries
Panomericanas. Tel. 3-1713.
SE ALQUILA;-Local para oficina o
clinic. Ave. B No. 59 altos. Acu-
do sucursol Sylvaniao en mismo edi-
f icia.
SE ALQUILA:-Amplio local para
cualquier uso de oficinos, mry
c6ntrico y ventilado. Lloame 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA -Local 'en colle 3a.
No. 15. propio paro oficinoa o de-
p6s,.O, pera mformes llam tael6o-
no 3-1147.
SE ALQUILA:-Local conwrcial en
call Chirliqul No. 2. Infajmes te-
lefono 2-2948 2-2948.
SE ALQUILA:-Local pare oflcina.
arriba del Teatro Contrpi. .
SE ALQUILA: Cantino amobloda.
calfes 10 y 11 Avenido Bi boo No.
10079. Para mayor infoffties la-
me Tel. 837. Col6n. -
;E ALQUILAN*-Exclullvoit pi ge.
ra ofici ne locales ctintrcd en "a
altos de Avenidao CatlW 44 e
precles m6dicos Solciten intr-
macl6n en Almacenes 'V 10 cane.
sUvos. .
SE ALQUILA-Un locol muy waplto
de 400 metros cuodrados en ca-
lls. 22 Oeste No. 3. Proplo para'
taller, garage, dep6sito, Mc. Para
informed Ilame telifono ri11147.,

Telemos en exislteua:





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Ave. Cluttt-e 1 41*

esmultdos. ..

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preprada en aceite...


Cafll 16 Este No. 4
Tel. 2.3335



La mAs antigua.
La mis acreditada.
La do mayor stock.
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Almacin CaUe "1" #4
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en aumentar nu stra produe.-
cl6n a cere de g,000 utda-
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pued hacer." .
Como un ejemplo Oe la ha.-
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dijo que este pals h.uru.
1944 produjo treat veces -'m%
material de gqerra, quoe 0
producido por Alemania e S M
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kle-em msy films.
"VolU" a' ol Armader Jefe
do Is l. oeeutea Iles de eate
4ffe i esa- o m un doetaado
nuke u ha mttado en
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deede dsaup n poili6n fa-
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cis anl to iu .va del torneo do0
moteeli de softball, ser ofre-
cido esta noche a la 730 en
Santa Rita, cumado invadan el
diamante los equip& Caf6 Du-
rim y Control de Comej6n, equl-
poa que estin empatadoa on el
vitio de -honor. Ambos conjun-
toe han estado sometidos a un

La Distritorial
Ofrece. jugdores
a la Provincial
El .A. Call de la Liga Distrl.
torial de Baseball de PanamA,
ofrece cuatro novatos do alts
clasifleacld6 un lanzador, doe
Infildera y un jardinero, quie-
nes no tienen nada que envidlar
a los Amateurs.
A continuacl6n los nombrea
de los Jugadores ofrecldos.
Jos6 Basan, lanzador tiene uA
record de 8 victorlas y 3 do-
Oarloa Dominguez, 2a. baa.
porcentaje arriba de 900 y buen
bateador. -
George Scantlebury, Sa. barse
ds vnoes campeon tercora baae
340 de proo-dlo.
Alberto Rem6n, jardinero cen-
tral, psMeedor de un potente
braro y coviustento bateador.
Cualquer. detalle que conciers-
ne a la c6mtrtacdn 6
affi i Povmoth
dverset i direter delA. Cab
c oeurra a calle Marlano Arose-
mena No. 10.

Red Panmericanao
time los mejores

cntrenamlento do prOft ui
to que pe pron6tiasM unm
eoweuntro que egarasouWll
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mdando y seobdidb incest atdt me pot hbmbasA gulade pot ua
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tes rubios, castafios
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