The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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S e. a 41 don How cortisone l d. o who could get aboutBut only ar
t o land wa Als the Veterans racle has difficulty were walking side effects in these a
of te weeks a g of Fosl Canal Zone life and to four whh foreseen as po- though

s tomoa" hac,,pt.r,. Spa... War arthrtlel .tl anl third patient was not, a ibl ha eloped, and soon tarn," 1r. t*knr
ath1 but he suffered th ae to top or "the a is
Si e "that "is so badly that he late eg tiuone treat- bad.
se ecmaendatlon of the Medical Clnic told rects have cor
ba e has, now Ne- t physcans at their the ad- Cmiistratle
-to go. ang demorlal La- will be started
Onleft the hofpith s no reson to
Snh*a t ao Lnd have Is- .In the benefits of the these patur nt,

.................... ...; -t l t ho.a a have relbi 1
Am % wlaletwsndrpr oGrDrTuerothe rf
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aid Freight--Ships-l d Phlnes-



'p tss Freight Service

SA Cfbbo ..................................... 5 m. n
--!SM Levers Bead .............................Jan. 29
,.:. BandUBn Refrilerated Chlled
and General Carm,. rlve
York Frdeiht Service Crist6bil
An ..................... ............. Jao .
Ca ne A tof .................................Jan. 2W
C od ...................................Jan. 29
SCape Cumberland .......................Feb. 4
S .. Cape Ann .................................Feb. 8
Hvuaa Firdght Service
S ngrs Weekly from Havana to Cristobal

OJ=ly a to New York, Los Angeles and SeattIle.
... Odit m in to New Orleans and Mobile.
. hnte tamers Ip thi service are limited to twelve pasgeae.m
S Frequent Saings from CriWt6bal to
West Coast of Central America
S' Telephone8s:
1l 2121 Pananmi 2-2804 P Co9n 20

S2 "S TA CECILIA.." ...........Sails C 6balian., Ind
8. "TA MARAITA ......ails Ct6b&aan. th

M.V. "COASTAL NOMAD" ............ Due Balboa, Jan. 28th
M.V. "RING SPLICE" ............Due Balboa, Feb. 5th

M.V. "SQUARE SINNET "... ..... Sails Cristobal, Jan. 26th

Crlst6bal 2144. 2135 PanamA 2-0556 0557 Balboa 1507 2159

Te Pacific Steam Navigalton Company
Royal Mail Lines Ltd. .
M.V. "SALAMANCA"" ................... Jan. 2nth
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"* ................ Feb. let
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" ......... :, ..... .Mar. 3rd
8.8. ENUTA"" ............ .......... Jan., 31st
M.V.'"SANTANDER." ..................... Teb.1th
8.8. "DUIVENDYK" ..................... d-
8.8. "LOCH RYAN" ........................ Feb.- 26th

.SS. "LOCH AVON" .................... /,/..Jan. 25th
SS. "EEMDYK" ............... ...... ,. *.~j~a 27th

*Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and T w tU,.
0"8uperior accommodation available for 1miesui_'"
41Al dllltngs ubjel tto Chanie Wlt1lt W11 "..
PACIFIC dTR AM NAY CO. Cristbal M.m I.
IORD COMPANY INC.. PanamA Tel. s-s1 i : Balba ItJ

1A Limlitd Number nII Pamener Brenha
ro IuJniu
BA Dieppe .... ... .... .. .... january
&5. Af ....................................." January 25
0 e ecUAo PIEIU a CHllE:
- Aj wa A d a ........... ... ........................ January 30
:116ft LL ANMWA & eMI COASI U.S.A.:
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.ad wat a Uo
eempleazes e I

"U loll i"

"^? .w-a .o .

in ore carri other.
reWlford & McKay.

wa of the'OrGce Line.
rohn D. Rogen, vice
of lbe im Shipping
Oboiperitlve Depart-

rnxoute from Talara.
hUited StateM but
for several day at
tel 1 Panama before
thle trip byplane.

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, -px

Shippi, g,

pmastemn a8
e ports ae beinl
t rews and

be aiowed s t
Insther mu t
aU advised tei
Health Department
pointed out t e rgu3
oi long stan
aware of any r t more'
ent application T
One official pointed o
tlon 119-A of the 1F47
and Regulations gove
Igation of the Panaa l
Adjacent Waters, whl h.
in part that every pe
Ing from off the Isthmus o
amA In ports of the Oil
by vessel or aircraft may
quired to have been vac
against smallpox."
Two More Janse-
Vessels Arrivng.
The number of Japaneft s
Sship arriving from the Far
for transit of the Canal & in*
creasing steadily. Two moinshi
are due tomorrow In Balboa
Arrng at 8 a.m. is the
Maru of the Mitau
Colapany. Her arrival marip
war inauguration of u
e MitiL0, the large Bim
9g1P firm i Japan. She wUbe
allowed later f his moa a
lary In February by two mo
tltaul ship, all en route fO
the ar East to the East COtot

r r
be United States Mitsl gent
hre are Wilford & McKay, Inc.
Due tomorrow night In albOm
Is the Nilchtrl Maru. Thil uo-
foot ship is en route to Batore,
according to her agents, the Sig-
fried Olsen Shipping Co.

Braniff Officials
Back From Trips
Don refe, Braniff's manager
for PanamA and Ecuador, li ar-
riving today after a five-day trip
to Bogota and Medellin. Alo re-
turning to the Isthmul todamis
Pedro Di, Braniff's district
traffic manager. He has been in
ill Salvador since last,Tuesday.
Film Vice President
et tlltin, vice pree
d rent of MetrooldWyn-Mayer iell
charge of the Latin American di-
vision is arriving here today from
Medellin. He is scheduled to leave
tomorrow by Panagra for Lima.
Tanker En Route
To Whaling Fleet
The Honduran-registered tank-
er Omiros of the Central Ameri-
can Steamship Company was
southbound yesterday throuRnb
the Canal. She is en route to the
Antarctic, from Aruba, to refuel
the British whaling fleet. Omirosa
berthed In Cristobal for water/
and stores. Local agents are a
Fe mile & Co. "
Ore Carrier
Tramdts Canal
Carrying a full load of bauxite
aore from the Pacific, the Liberty
type ore carrier DBurco Trader was

Waterfront sources ,d that





a uap discard ;p.l.. a. N L"Doublet"s. I

-.f-tor but apDe Et It.

S t ig t explan- (also wrong).
Sa Perhaps ble din

S tse t at yoor h r Cwith Nor the t he
two yom a ae B wasn't abilute&A" t h4 1
S one ar your urn co as. should hae bor
ivS--_vou mayL think that Ilave been no's% l8S. wouid "
1 -m very.w_ ave mlad five wo ta both
t. 9 tniber that you are ies cloned.
nev drawing a card fexpla-rom th ur s wa
stoIk Ne. You won't get any wild We .Opnd t a .
the cbponents won't be foolish the sec n l d l. afthe
enoree.e when your hand IWest ws pr it a ta
plg y eu won't get anything f ano Mo rthe
yuc"pc u the pat tner a
partIularly useful because the .nteret to. nyb -...o dy
ogppA sa ren't completely era. Slaout. lde a..l .t.tste
lu eor worda, you are giv- .snuand re.a s, nWr
cards and vey useful cards in surpe wied when s ibe.
order to pck up a few moderate- outh had hard the deove-
,p6 Y oeul c w, *. neaft oI tW o penalty double, after

Slpenalfpu had pased ajaeflrefl ev l~day attaIr, Bkuth
c arIonse -our-card piles. If your ton talantly red th JoM andF
hand is good enouh to keep heouhn the king of lub. aMt ruf-
picking up the ple, you won't lose fed and looked doubtful for the
anything by letting the pile row first time.
a bit. A loodhandmst Inp" a t was kn early i j'turn-
a few sayu chardsc tod raw wi g trumf South wetake the n
easily make such a discard and queen and see of trumps, leav-
take the pile when It contains dum wthe ebnkack
eight cards or twelve cards ieun- l adt wiSthth dMaecisM
stead of Only four. .e :.aafir
8upposety pie 'ro.fistim,
aj. fe af iscads Ad A la a h

in every two
you take thi
third time, y
cards and
from the st4
every threr

that' oifli
card pile, t.
Let the pile
It later on.
If your har
to keep taki
It is atdi pni
an occalM
'card ple.,,
you shotu -
playing for-
up a few nor
Once in a 1
pick up a vei
the cards mi
Usable or pse
I M give- m-

it a oard
ol 0ats off toth

to VEST of RUMS4

Q-My partner had ci
but I had not made a sgli
I then put 4dowV amy u
with the following mmldi
queens, three t and
nines. Was I entitled to
us for ong t "conmle
sealed yaou M melt
of yer ownXie m |
the faot that g "Wr
already eompleOR Mli
the cae der4bed, a 1
out oecu'rred, but net al
ed meld-out.
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..............................Feb. 11

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A Vee rIst Half of February.
A veal eeMund Half of Febuarmy.
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: Mm m of Be%
Vl MS. Robert 0. Leith. Ms
A. 0. Mrs. W FMnk L. Sott,
* mmaIcutt, Mra,
56 .80bert M0or-
g W. MC.
siee Mohr Skillman. Mrs. Dash-
wood P. Darling. Mrs. Stanley
Kidd. Mrs. T. A. Aanstoos, Mrs.
.Way Qp. rs. Charles Ma-
NK 4"mw4U DoeAw."Mte-
.dg 4. Mr
3Wu I (. A tStotua,
Mrs. Charles Perret. Urs: Herman
J. Henriquez. Mrs. JAmes J. plala.
. and M, Josqph t.Nonam,.

tr,. Mrs
row hBo
I.Mm ro

E W.- r -,nwjF"
ih Roe. .A
.and Mn. O. .Lat
lt. and Mrs. O. I 1.
it reeidentsa ot Fw
nied by P. A." ;-
*r home'In V
ley were the hoi
4 Mrs. C. olMna.
'tvai, and havnru
pod quarters 14g
r..Worley has boN
. Constructilnr:
Mr. and Mrs. L i
Oatun. ente ed
LN. Worley withIvd
ening at their hems

*r. M. the. residence o~ rW
h terie, of Fort ;ay
r M iith Mrs. .1. Vg
F. um ote. .
Mrs. ..Mrs. John T. bna
li ckesr eadat the coffetae
iss Janrkt centered with a la
eoI y La te decorated
oMzwSougainvilla was u:
;rhb The guests were: W.
Mss Ma7 A. Larner. Mrs. 1. ,
Mead. M. B. Hutchinson c
neee Edbrooke &Is Scarborough, Mrs. A., i 'i .
ed W optse.e 's. Albert Pccirilli Mn.. aM a
S.. Mrs. George W. -
lsttWrat oappred with S"ljwir Walter Skeistalttis
Pedersen and' rI t artwig, Mrs. John ,
. R.-eiandyR. were co-h a Clarence Strike,
Wlet *ireD.0 ennett. Mrs. L[7 s
Pedermn'm quarters at thaJ Mflo Gardner. Mrs W.
Sol0e a uA Station. compll*ir-1 Mrs. B. K. Ogan M
_M 6. AfAtold Baker. .' Carroll, Mrs. David Ktn md
T presents were arr4ngep iti Mrs. Louis Fournier.
liabasdinet. After they were n- -
qdre ebne t were served e Crist6basl Star Club
an attL tiv~tea table whi r Morning Coffee
centered with pink carnm The members Of th Critsubal!
and clusters of hydrangea l BStar Club met Thutbdaf at 9:30
t TL :

Coming soon .
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Archaeology and
i a present
anal Mu-

collection of
i unearthed
F Zone at Venado
1i6toi Includes red ware
use d triparts, larye
Mtuallhed ceremonial
De ieio: Jasper points.,
nralffuse archaeologlcal
xte. t
WA. orrll President of
Swas accepted by
k C, Civil flairs Di-
morning, at.che
Osilard- Highway. An-

ereons present were
I OChttick. Bernard
r ti Fred Reynolds,
I-;tflber of the Pa-
Itor Advancement .f
nd Natural Selence,
nt DBurnham, Lib-

h0 MAsopic Temple tor
Wlarmetlna and morn-
lliam Wray, retiring
i. paelded. and the ful-
iw offkcera were elected:
t, Mrs. Kenneth Forrest;
Ident, Mrs. Agatha WiLk-
cretary-Treasurer, Mrs.

.-The coffee table held a floral
sirrangeupent of multi-colored pfe-
tIntasi and'was presided over by
the hoteses Mrs. Marie Wolf
and Mrs i. Jefferles.
The other members presqut
were Mrs. A. T. Marsh. Mrs. Ruth
Perkins, Mrs. 5etty Westervelt,
Mrs. Rpbert Neeley. Mrs. Ola
Roe Mrs. Victor May. Jr., Mrs..
aR Or and Mrs. James Benson.
St. Mary'l Alumnae Banquet
at. MaVy' Alumnae Association
will hold their annual banqijet
Tbarsduy evening at the Hotel
Washingtqo. AU members dear-
lua to mae reservations please
call Miss Dorothy Kam. Coiun
1159aL by Monday.


Dr Satl 1 am P & n, well known
Pactlk sliia. l leave
the Caus$4ij11a organisation
at the end of nuary after more
than 60 years of service.
He has been at the Balboa
Quarantine Sttion for about 29
Mr. and .Mrs. Irvin plan to re-
main on the lethus'until June,
when (fb* auubter, Martha. will
be ar ued- from' the' Canal
Zone ilO o Gollege. When they
leave the ,-thmus., Ahy will" go
to Henderatonvite, North Carollna
to make their future home.
Dr. irvlna wa born bi Mt. Airy.
North Calolina. He obtained an'
A. B. degree from the University
of Virglnia and was graduated
from the Medical school t re
In 1912. S served his inte3nhipl
at Post'Graduate Hospital In New
(ork C~ty and was in private-
medical practice In his home town
until: .
He WVa employed as physician
for a copper company in Globe.
Arlotna for about a year and
served, in the same capacity tr
another copper company in
Alaska Until 1918 when he re-
entered private practice In New
Bern. North Carolina.
He Whs. first employed by the
Canal organization January 13.
1921, as physician at Anton. now
Gorgas Hospital, and was trans-
ferred as short time later to FP-

1CI Oense Frq

L.VAbCAA~MAI 511 55lk


concering ew 1 ..=-n uor
friquencles for fl efen we
by amateur radio operators was
Zeeilved Friday at Balboa
fights- from the Federal Ctvil
Zotefse Administration in Wash-
"Desgnation of tan pres-
ently aiocated amNtelr frequen-
iesa for civil defnMeuse by U-
emused amateur radio operate
after any usu of no mal
amateur actnvty, wa announced
Jointly todayV by the Federal Ci-
vii Defenae Ad-i- l 6tratn and
the Federal Communipations
commission. This will make it.
pqsible for State and local civil
.deobnse authorities to plan for
the utilization of the nation's
amateur operators for civil de-
fense communications service.
"The designated frequencies
consist of all of the amateur on-
meter band, a small part of the
two-meter band, and portions of
the five and ten-meter bands. In
addition, amateurs will be per-
mitted t0 utlize all of the one.
hundred-sixty meter band and a
small portion of the eighty-meter
band. The specific bands availa-
ble for civil defense communi-
cations by amateurs are as fol-
1890-2000 kc,
3500-3510 kc.
3900-4000 kc.
28.556-28.75 me.
20.45-20.65 me.
dro Miguel. He was assigned to
the Balboa Quarantine Station in
September 2

1~- .1 me,
1 .d08-*4733 me.
220-30 me.
"In addition to the
requncle, the. d
ke will contJnue ttbE
for use by properly qu
ateura and other to p

tur gue na1UU1U 1 or CuI
tons within a disaster
"It was stated thf
of-special frequenctes fr *
MWl exclusive civil
in no way alters ti
aUlability of
bands or the or
amateurs in th
cordance with e
ston regulations. -

of New England, ol9
tlon of Its kind In
founded In 1902. ma
before the first
Wrtght brothers..


We wish to express our sinere appreciation to oer
friends fee tis kind expressions of sympathy ad Csm
sent upot the- meent death of our beloved Mother

Mr. 8M* B. B. Po n
Mr. Mrs. J. H. Powel
Mr. 6 Mrs. 0. N. Bngelke
Mrs. Kathryn Stapt
and Grandehildrea

New '51 DODGE

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k'e things aun getting back to normal. We've got a. N- TORK. Jan. 20 (MP) ants won the helW s San
sailetball scandal around here. A eaMSOM W It.,Sae Vb iNational football Y. A.
be considered official. This one has a blbaie ta nuh bribery cd T It Thursday but he Wasfi
former player. tried to fix their old team..-M.anhtta.Un gaaWd u eeayotbus- He Gth of ree.In
hably read the details. Jack Byrne, who ptined the drf co-capftains of last. dat.n
!- t year, and ex-teammate Hank Popp coA to t a white ball Ch ga- r
r esday night's game with hgh-ranking5Put gEIM HM anhat Ha n C oLe e t -oraI, ww ?in thq bonus Ger G
e medium of Junlus Kellog, towering Negro center, who refused created withthree oer ted All-AR oe -S h Buth Al
t 'betomcr hr 30ote unoA
h r'ai. stslls for the bribe, blew the whistle ant1 arrests followed, Ser with three other ? ,t SOAthEP utch
stt Mrnhaatan went on to win atoughle, Keilog added to his an. to commit a bribery." d back for rouS Fadi S @1"-;"
stature as an honorable young man nd the sure-thing gamblers 'our specific bribery ch I collegiate stars and New Yoft k
SWo bankrolled the despicable fixer got hooked. Despicable la were placed against Foppe ad these altimore Colts, Jim Spawitl
a mild wprd for.Byrnes and Poppe. wh It developed, had double- Ben Schwartzberg. Byrnes and. helague. Agles.
t at d. They he ldtke row... .
ro ed their own college on other pas occasions, splitting $10,000 Cornelius Kelleher are hel on-' 5 three players 0o he
tn the doing. basketball s t ack eye. A- three counts. Irving Scbwart- d Trey held te Browns--f !
hus college basketball sust still another lackey. Al ber is charedwithanatteore of L a
thou h this particular fix wa hwarted the game suffers and ed bribe in Tuesday night's Ram E arbaok Bob The draft t he n-
'he confidence of the fans is further weakened. They~ ask: How between Manhattan and De Pal; Dame. The N power gamble In a 'o
Imc cl't this is going on? If an attempt Is made to fix one game, of Chicago The Schwartzberg' eMaleoowed the s football owner,
Why ant others? Why not, indeed? All season there have been Brothers and Kelleher all come t0e1 festbeus choles, and1e emergency tr t
1 igl rumors-but tmese have come to be part of th e game since from New York. Bara ot ]alfback Billy Stone of service for man l.
the colleges moved into the big arenas of the country. "Dump- -ree Bears made a sur- era who will bO p i
ing" Ito throw a game) has become a common word In the The Schwartzbergs are held :ie tor their own draft foall tiar-
basketbal fan's language. without bEll. Kelleher was held a i nd heir own d ly-moraf ing bou
S Y NOT in $15,000 ball, which was posted The Ghante out..ure
WHY NOT PLAY IN HOME GYMS? by a bondsman. Poppe was hfa Eagles da to keep RotMe-
bn whom to lay the blame and what can be 'done to end in $4,000 ball. Byrnes in $2., t .wo on e t r thodlan tabIack f-and
Sh6 evil practice Is not easy to say. For young men like Byrnes ball. Relatives of both former Th Sd Halfback e bett has one child. re .a n
q nd Powp, scorn is tempered with a certain sympathy, for they players are said to be raising the V le f'Louland State on vious military s
LMe.CeArly weak, barren of pride or character and,.a, 4uch, un- money the anturn Ebert is a brother and Groom bother to
nately. not unique. They need all the he'p and protection Assistant District Attorney Jo- of HBalfback 8teve Van Bu- go into the sevice h.
i a.,get. Even then they may go rotten on you. 4Pp# Tiger asked for an adjouln- ren. Detroit owed the Eagles its e S
A inlined more to condemn the college heads who en- ment to next Wednesday, and the thEagle nm
T e.. theirr students to play in the 'big arenas where gate request was granted. ed.S ck Cht Mutryn of the he Gap Widens
Teceipts or guarantees are large and in which athletic depart- P nColts,
tents share. College basketball, you know, has become big usi- an |( I Balboa- AB M *4 O A E
Sess. As a source ot revenue it is to smaller colleges what foot- Lqui ea s, Kennedy, cf 4 0
ball is to larger, ones. *Ci skla Hardin, as2 4 3 3
I am willing to believe, however, that in some Instances there I n l B Iake ta ll Cicero, If... 4 0 0
are considerations which go beyond the dollar. The young men Li Li Elliott, rf,. 4 9 9 0 0
UDd it much more exciting to play in, say, the Garden before Cox, lb ..... 3 0 1 0
tusandas-4umni and others-than in the .home gymnasium The PaLiuo Beeren scor- Atwood, 4 01 4
h Is us y mall,,anglamorous and not conduciveito hea The Pan LiquidoBeermen scor- Lindley, 3b 4 0 0 0 1
But other thee consideration outweigh the unnatural ed their second win in seven tries UBWIUN D PRESS Morton, 2b. 2 0 .0 2 1 0
4posphere and exposure to slimy tempers is something else. on Thursday afternoon at Anon Conrda (Min.) 52, Moorhead Baczewski,p 1. 0 6 1 0
STh-re are colleges which will not permit their teams to play Laundry field by taking Lincoln 4 Hin 1 0 0 0
tlnwhere but on school grounds, and it must be something more Life 5 to 2. aa 41 Grozickl, p. 1 0 0 0 1 0
Wmn a coinaldence that the sordid breath of scandal has never Pan Liquido got off to a two- tae (Ky.) 62, Mis-
ched them. I readily agree that it is no less difficult to burlap run lead n the first inning nd er 56 Total .. .32 1 424 9 5
amannasium game than a Garden game, and while this may have piked up two more run e in s Miai (Fla.) 5 --
$O done no word has ever reached the public, hrd inning with Larry Jon es rngfeld 1 Crltobal- AB R PO AE
SSpeaking t or myself. I'd. hate see the colleges withdraw nd Jack Baldwin connectingker Koshorek, s 5. 5 1.
tir tjpam.nrom the big arenas. The games, bringing togethernes added their fidl run in the 6S 5 Kubi, lb. 5 1 | 1 0
t thy. do -the best in the country, are worthy of king-size pre- fourth inning on hits by the pr n 1lege 6, Rhode ] Morn, lb 1 i 1 0
taion and, as far as I have been able to observe, the promoters above named duo. y Pro ee ege 68, Rhode Is- Moryn, lb 1 1 1 0 00
7y down the eircusy or professional touch. But if this is where Lincoln Life was held to one a l tate 67 (.overtime) aCarty, cf 2 1 1 2 0 0
se trouble miles the colleges should get out without delay. The run in the second and one run in I LeBrun, 1 2 0 0
pney can't be worth that much to them z.w the Crama of the the third with Bill Mller pitch- l Weslyan ,IllinoisNorf.. 1 1 0 0
now that important to the young men. ing masterful ball for the Beer- ls 61, Sprifield ThrColthirst, 3b. 5 1 1 0 5
WHEN THE GAMBLERS MOVE I men. Bill gave up one hit in the SIMUx Falls 61, pringfeld Ter... C 5 1 1 1 0
,WH1EN THE GAMBLERS MOVE IN first inning, two hikt In theii third .o M Totias, .. 1 J l I "
I, like you. have nothing but contempt fr -Lhe sure-thing and then held the Inuraneemen olI 7s MichIgan ---
bler and I must bell e he and his filthy briid frequent places until the seventh when they col- Tta .... 89 12 1 27 14 1
the Garden in greater numbers than school gymnasiums or elected their other two hits but SYo-rkee. S Bal e By InnihS 1
qolege field houses. Until a sport gets big they do not seem In- could not sore. Yankees, Smokers Balboa 0o0 100 00.n 1
L*tested. It wasn't until basketball began to pack the big arenas Cstobal 107 080 10r--12
I t we heard so much of dumping, bribing and fixing. If r were Jack Baldwin, Larry Jones and To PIl Tuniht" Aan or Moryn in 5th. Runs
a collegee head I don't believe I'd want my young charges to face Leo Presho--formerj known for 0 ay nig Batted Izn-Dabek 6. onlthirt,
d risks .nn a their feats on the P e tr
I' aly tesmrei ng to y footbalt % everybody Kids softball teamB the B e Win 5 0- AW
.W by now t-IMgf teams e or an old timers how to hit -a ap- ., .. t. Cicero. Home mDDabek
ter, commercialized, ad that scheduIes are a up with an e with each man comte g two PANAMA PRO LEAGUE i ae-Ear
to the box office. It Is much more simple to fix 4 basketball its in four trips to th plate Bill The Standings Clause. O ply...
e than a football game. This may be one of the reasons why Wigg with two for t W attened Teams- Wo 4 L t Atw Coco BarnMd
ege football though t has been big business fbr years, has his batting average. Carta Vea ..... 1 ot on
$fter had a scandal. But it could happen and one of these days Joe Bonglorni with two for four Spr Cola. .. .... 9 o Ba on
prabably will. After all, nobody believed It possible to fix a world led the Insurancemen at the Cerveer .. 4
series until Arnold Rbthstein and his smelly mob took over the plate. Cheterflld,., t l Btuo
Chicago Black Box.
Ever sltee, kcldentally. baseball players have been more or 1T i lhe 1I ateiu i d o "-. Dacswal.SS
lIm policed. Old Judge Landis had a crew of snoopers and Happy Yankees wtn d a off-wiselakII 'a"d '
. Chandler followed through A ballplayer.can't be seen In the corn- their lead tonig1t W"nd2 1- innings; Hina4 and 3 in
pany of a known gambler very often before he Is pegged by the kl the ellar-dwe est" ; G rodaitkl 3 and 1 in 3 2-3. Los-
commissioner's office. I don't suggest this as the answer to the field smokers at ng Pitcher-Baczewl. Umpires
basketball mess. I think returning the game to the campus the Stadium. -Wob- ble and Docker. Time of
better idqa. In that way gamblers would at least have to go andLat night the CerVout Beer-0100. ,.5 w
get it, iow it's all laid out real pretty for them right in the meo eked out a dlas -,w CoTl
Steam. Miami Golf Pros
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Sensationally LOW PRICES All Makes



e are aIng at TCl ume
ob si'e who will partial.
Inml thea Xanal Brewery-

T are Gene Kunes and
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el Air, Md.-Erstwhlle base-
ball magnate Larry McPhaU says
te'b lnthe 1951 Kentucky Der y
winner in the colt, General Staff.
"- nty new tesn
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C. .. .. 351
W. 355
E. 361
J. J: y. 371
G. I 374
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Over Ser & Herald
In a bittifly contested game,
which a. ed u protest,
the leaguieMlng f en's In-
aurancqe r$31 team came from
behind t-a victory number
seven in tla P diflo Beer League
on Frlidl afternoon at Ancon.
The protest Involved the use of
a new WM a used ball in the
gather ilht. Lou Hilzinger
showed N ae the way allow-
ing onlyTur hits while striking
out 10 nuwAmen. Lou collected 2
for 3 at the Dplate as did Turner
and Andereon for the insurance-
Insuraneemen- AB H R
McArthur, If ........ 2 0 1
Pescod, as .......... 3 0 1
Turner, cf .......... 3 2 2
Hilzinger, p .... .. 3 2 2
Scheidegg.rf.... :: .. 4 1 0
Anderson, lb ........ 4 2 0
Lenneve, c ..... .. 4 1 0
Scott, 3b.......... .. 3 1 1
Jones, 2b .......... 3 0 0
Star & Herald- AB H R
Jutzy, 2b .. ........ 3 0 0
Levee. 2b.. ... ....i I 00
Hooper, b.. ... .. 3 2 2
Szlvos, lb..........3 1 2
Newhouse, ct .... .. 2 0 0
Barnes, p...... .. 4 0 1
Lawyer, If ......... 2 0 0
Engelke,ss..........4 0 0
McDowell. rf .. ...... 1 0
Niohds,. c......... 2 0 0
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worked the last three ow.
giving up three base hits and oae
Balboa's only run camnei the
fourth frame when Bud Hardin
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throw of first base by cooter
Koshorek. Cicero idnglEd to aore
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Th ort bb Officers
Clu held Itswmonthly I
'fs, Ivn a lel iand
t o tha8me of ten,
.A. beautifuA t
b the hostesseAs., f,.
J. acobs, '.
and Bftsa. D. Iy. '
The door prime was won by Mrs.
W. Olewell. Ouests Introduae by
Mrs. H. Rou, president, wWere .
McEDmald, Mrs. Stoner, Mrs.
Freest, M s. Oarva and Ma. at
The club voted unanlmouf to
end a check to the M Of
It was announced at the et-
tnw that a dessert bridge
ill be held Thursday at 1 jIL, at
te Officers Club with members
making up their own tables,
Cansta Tournament .

Ramadan Cauldron. Mrs. R" D)
Hazzard won the door price, Soul
English mugs.
The next evening otilayflrl
be Thuuday, Januawy W;W at
the Diablo Clubhouse. Those who
did not play thi week atd wish
to enter the tournament are ask-
ed to register before 7 p.m.
Birth Anon---a I
Mr. & N MrA oman Little
of fMaden Dam announce the
birth o La daughter, S4 r first
child,t the PanamA spital
Januaf .19. mm. UttJe, the for-
merr iM1'Pawihi.Mary tchrift-
glesser is the daughteW of Mr.
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Balbom 347 Amed Services
YMCA hu n Salon
(TMCA ug,) leboa
Open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Dorothy Ga Cmeties.

Housewives Help u,
Community Clean
DETROIT, Jan. 20 (UP). -
Sheriff Andrew C. Bali r sA
housewives are his dete-
tives in keeping Wayne Counhty
free from vice.
"When they notice any acti-
vity that Indicates gambling or
prostitution," he said, "they tip
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ua hts, formerly of
Hadtt, V nt, to PAYNE,
Cchloe, t, Chattanooga, Tenn.
PEARMAN, Mr. and Mrs. F. W.,
of Call, a tbia, son, Jan. 18,
Oorga Uipkal.




for every occasion!
You'ti fndCampbell's Soupe a grand way
to lend variety to any meal. From the
hamuy soup for festive dinners to the
soupthat's "almost a meal in itself there
is one for evpry meal and every occasion.
Chek the HIt, try a new, different soup
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Comes KUM milk. Processed and packed when it isfirua
fresh, it keeps fresh in the specially packed tin until eedy
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Ist. Prices Beautiful Chalet in El ICngrejo near Panamd Ho'el.

2nd. Prie: A Henrry J. Auto.

3rd. Prige:

Norge Washer Norge Refrigerator Elna Sewing

:24 important prizes

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Air Force Pilots

Hoping. Project

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Sr d7 rience can make it. Your family
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9l-befe- $1.375.00. new
,00, 1948 De See t four deer
00wr A sal kbrgell.
On Autembile Rew
Tel. 2-1033 2-1035
SALE: 1950 PontIoc Sedan
W.S.W., radio, plastic seat
rs, vent shades. 1408-B. Carr

B-- Sl $1,425.00, mow
$1,3.00. I148 5 Hudsoe Com-
me *dierde Cd Coupe. dark green,
r edie, leead p upheoletry. vent
shades. eatilleat condition. A
Steel. Yenur d Dealer
On Autmeobile Rew
Tel. 2-1033 2-1035
have the best assortment for your
car at reasonable prices. Apply In-
versiones Generales, Jos6 Francis-
co de la Osso No. 38. Telephone
3-3190 or 3-3191.
YOR SALE:-Before $1.625.00, new
$1,550.00. 1950 Ferd Vi Custom
Tudor seat covers and white side
wall fhue. A wonderful buy. Your
6Frd Deeler
On Automobile Row
- Tel. 2-1033 2-105S
SALE: Before $895.00 now
;947 Oldsmebile, feur
L wlier blue. A Mel buy.
: Autmoebile Row
Tel. 2-1033 2-1035
fOR SALE:-'48 Chevrolet Converti-
Stble, in perfect condition. loaded
with accessories. see It to convince
yourself, for information call or see
k Alemon. Smoot y Paredes.
#1OR SALE:--ritoe $1,625.00, now
$1,550, 1950 Chevrolet four door
s endei, seat covers, white side wall
tirel. A real buvy. Your Ford Dealer
On Automobile Row
...141"mo 2233 2-1035
SALE: Before $1.180, now
Sl.,090 1946 De Se*. Custom 4-
deer Sedan, fluid drive, seat covers
a41-.tddle. A wonderful buy. Your
On Automobile Row
0.T1l. -1033 2-1035
SALE: 1948 Plymouth 4 Door
SSedan. ExC tent condition. 4 new
tires. Qtrs. Farfan cr tele-
phone Navw 3454.
SALI:-Before $1,670.00. now
.550.00 1949 Mercury four deer
.*elw green rea, I buy.
e 2-1033 2-W1
SALE: 1950 Chevrolet 4-
sedon. De Luxe. Stvieline
1wth extras. Only driven 3.900
miles, duty paid 51.875.00. Co-
L, Z"qe $1.75000. Phone Cris-
.1. 3-141 I. can be financed.
SALE--Before $1,32540. New
1.290.00 Nesh 600 fewr deer
Cooler mearoo, seat coven.
60.. You*r Ford Dealer
On Antemobile Row
2-1033 2-1035
$1.350.00, now
S$1 0 S Buick Speciel.
color rey. A real
S.y prerd Dealer,
n Ameemobile Row
1, 0l 33 2-1035
V "1ftre $1,450,00. New
I 1949 Nesh Amboae-
1 tfern deer madedan, color een.
CtM _le car. Real buy. Your Ford
On Automobile Row
Tel. 2-1033 2-1035
SALE: Before $3.050. Now
50.O0, 1948 Ford four dooeer se-
d m lw. n. radlo, white side
w ii Ies car Is excellent buy.
Yoer Fw Db ler
SL a T AmlemebH* Raw
Tel. 2-103 2-1035
m SALE:--efre $ New

n" O W AemebHe Row
Tel. 2-1033 2-10355
^^)pR SALE dTrailer. two wheel, ex-

orles, 10.000 mes, 0 s, can be
Jnaed. Cant McCr'ffrev. Fort
87-5291 87-3217.
Sells Dollars
,.Pt .t Djr'ount
iB ON. Mich., Jan. 20
-- The Muskegon Savings
sold 520.000 worth of crisp
E Zpr .08 cents each.
-gf l it wanted to do
BDnR and decided
H St neoule to come
U It certaixlv work-
$400k $400 but bank
stId it was worth it.

as have a sense of
ne bank official said.
this new Wpe of
was enjoyed by

In t cmmunitY."

,e, -m fr
us eV mulummon

You can have cream rouge and pow-
der blendsd for your coloring; ob.
tain refills for your containers;
have superfluous hair safely re-
moved; complimentary makeups and
every other beauty service at the
Cocoli Beauty Shop. Hazel Engel.
Vera Orng, Genell Bliss. Phone 4-
Cse Hl- egl"Im. UWSw*il WAiNT
COMP 2Tel Ume- a

SAVE $150.00
new gale III f
Sumert Les f 115
built in Cluehrealiutlte
Internatileel Jewelry Ic.
edioling la Imeletieol elN
FOR SALE:-Plano Warner's upright
almost new, Tropical Proof. See
Charles Mitchell No. 5, "Q" St.
Apt. 10.
FOR SALE-Fishing equipment, 4 rods
to 6 reels. I Champion outboard
motor 4.5 H. P. 2 ladies suits size
12. I boy's suit size 14. House 139
New Cristobal Beach.
FOR SALE:-Baby carriage. ;reasori-
able. Tel. 2-1209. ,Coll anytime.
0586-B. Mindi St.. Ancor.
FOR SALE:-Baby carriage. excellent
condition, 5 piece bamboo set. Call
Mothers, child speclollfl commend
JUMPING-JACK thoes ,r correct
walking habits from t h;radle to
4 years. Sold exclOa-INVl q IABY-
LANDIA. No. 39 -- Street.
"If it's for the Baby, we'hove it!")
18th. 1951. 1,227 plmes. You
can't miss.
FOR SALE :--Square cut diamond en-
gagement ring, 1 '2 carats. Call 2-
RADIO FOR SALE:-New Halllcraf-
ter model S40A. Phone Cristobal
FOR SALE :-Corne ;uipardr, large
size $20.00. I f1 o f 'XVTophone
2 1-2 octaves, $20.00. Sears Roe-
buck. Bench power saw 1-2 horse
motor. 25 cycle. Mounted on bench
$75.00. C: P. Harrison. House
8183, Margarita. Phone 3-2181.
FOR SALE 30-06 Sporter Rifle.
Mahogany drepeer $25.00. maho-
gany desk $25.00' Mohiaony side-
board $25.00, G6. E. mixer. 3 spin-
ners $20.00. Phone.3-24TT: House
170-C. New Cristobil.
FOR SALE-Piano, Chlckering Grand.
Record player. 78 RPM. 3 arm
chairs, end table. Westin house re-
frigerator, 9 cu. ft., 25', cle. High
chair. Electric &a 2- le a 4".
Vaeuu_ -l|iMiicelen t
coriti i. R1 Emire
street, alboa. 3 any-

welcome and trltle ur t"11
be yours at fl je Class"
of the First '81lst CPhuic ;in 8al-
boo Heights. 9-30 each Sundoa

Help Wanted

WANTED: West.: gjdion nurse
maid. Most hoe iecenmmwndotion
and sleep in. Perur, Ave. '58 up-
stairs. j

LOST:--In jungle behind "Las Cum-
bres", male 'Walker" hound dog.
medium height, brown ond white.
named "Streak." Reward Mirea'
firnee Hunting ClaI. Cill 83-5114
after 4 p. m. Cennis.

Roats & Motors
FOR SALE: Outboard motor new".
1950 Mercury 25 H. P cotnplete
boat hardware for outboard. 18
gross brass screws 1" number 8.
Substantially under list. Inquire
Mr. Cox. Cristobal Yacht Club.

Students T tike

'Time' Examination
The Canal Zone Jwslor College.
will again take part this year hi
the annual Current Affairs Cmn-
test. sponsored by TIME, tie
Weekly Newsmagazine with
prizes Dresented by the publish-
Many Junior colleges all over
the country will share this aPtr
In the intramural, oomnpetltiona
which have devdoppd from suc-
cessful experiments a number (I
years ago. In each college a Di&e
bookd or a 12-Inch world globe wi;l
be awarded to the ;tudnt in eacn
participatinR acIte iealr wh.P
maKes the hliht.-m os,, on u
comprehensive fatAlt t .over-
ing events In the lar fj t dnow P4
of 1950. The teal' aderd 3,-
deciallv by Alvin C,.= uit. Pres-
ident of New York State Unllar-
sity and Elmo C. Wilson. PCrs-
Identr of. International PubI'
Opinion Research. Inc.. is not a
test on TIME itself. The Coni.ebt.
is therefore fair to all news-real.-i
era. Each winner ellj be given ihV
privilege of chM.fR terher
IeO.M4.rie or I ifR the bonkb
The Canal Zone Junior College'
ais, panning to have its Curreit
Affairs Contest next weet. BS
mude Irvin. now a Ihted Ste,.d
Merchant Marine Officer, was rl,
-hlh scorer In the Contest iarj
YOU,... .

FOR SALE: Single electric sei
machine 25 and 60 Cycle. I
radio and record player, wph
cords. ,bedroom set., ol perfect
diflon. Apt. E, 1549. Govilen Id;;: ;
Balboa. .-

FOR SALE:-Beautiful green brOodya
loom rug, 12 x 12 with pad. Re-
cently brought from U. S. V5cy
cheep. Calle 41 No. II B, TeL

FOR SALE:-Electric Ice Box, Vs.,
cuum cleaner, Bedroom set, woH
mirnors. Bone China Wedge Wood,
Fiesta Weare, set of crystal glass,
Studebaker Champion I 9 4 6.
Chinese desk with choir, brlako
fast table and chairs, electric roen.
Call Gamboa 6-140 after 4:00
p. m. -House 183, Apt. 2.

FOR SALE:-2 Venetian Blinds, 54
x 72. House 1487-D, Dohrman St.
FOR SALE: New Bendix Gyromat
automatic washing machine, 60
cycle, $250.00. Call Naval Station
FOR SALE:-Frigidaire. Porcelain In
and.out. 3 months old $300.00.
10065 Roosevelt Ave. rear. Be.
tween 10 & IlIth. Streets. Rank-
FOR SALE:-Three-speed automatic
record charger and pick-up; 60
cycle. Brand new, $60. Call fat.
boo 2990.
FOR SALE:-Eleven Venetian Blinds
for two bedroom four-family house,
one 9-foot Westinghouse refriger-
ator all porcelain. with new unit.
House 507-D, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Beautiful hand-made
Guatemalan bed spread. Call to 2-
3301, lAncon). from 2 to 7 I. m.
FOR SALE-Bedroom furniture, kitch-
en wares, tables, mirrors, Biglow-
Weavers carpet sweeper, garden
tools, hoses, folding-screens. potted
plants. 793-B, Tavernilla St., Bal-
boa, Tel. 2-1855.
FOR SALE:-Three piece upholstered
set bedroom and kitchen furnishrigp.
12.087 Melendez Ave. (Ashwood)
apartment 312. section A. Colon.
FORSALE 3 electric fans. 25 cy-
cle; I Upright piano; 11 Venetian
blinds; Westinghouse refrigerator, 3
years old. 25 cycle; 2 Violins' I
French Horn; I auto-harp; 2 elec-
tric clocks; Cabinet fat under stove;
seifig machine, freadle; I pr. lou-
vers. Telephone 2-2334, House
1560-B Calabash St.
FOR SALE Philippine Rattan. ex-
cellent condition. Will sell individ-
ually or in set. 0584-C. Mindi
Street, Ancon.
FOR SALE Maroori'tbaestry unhol-
stered 3-piece livingroom set, 3 ve-
netion blinds, 3-piec'e bedroom set.
other household items, all priced
for quick sale, House 1453-D. Las
Cruces St.. Balboa.

Real Estate
FOR SALE: Two story building.
downstairs cement, upstairs boards.
1.000 M2. good condition, rea-
sonable price, in Via Belisoori
Porras, San Francisco de ta' Cole-
*.t No. 151. For irnfrmaofon.ap-
", a me house downstairs.

Fl SALE: Coicrete house on
,Trans-lpthmion highway with 5.-
000O meters of land. Located sixteen
miles from Panama City Call Bal-
boa 2-1075.
FOR SALE--Refresquerla No. 174.
Ave. Central, socrificirin. See H
'P. Wallace at Photo Studio No
200. Ave. Central.
FOP SALE -Modern concrete chalet
2 bedroom, living diningwoom.
servants quarters, completely tiled.
electric lights, running water, titled
land. 4 miles fmom. Coln Trans-
isthmion Highwoy% .. Colon
Large residence No.' 10- th St
Aho 8061. 7th St.-Por. ent or.
sale to best bidder. Open hr ins-
pection. Colon ,
bedroom residence with lrn n fine
locality, near entonce toeGolf Club.
9th Street No 24. San F ancisco.
Aoplv house No. 1& Tetp. ne 3-
2407 --:

St. Joseph Coaucin
to Instril Oflfen
Sndav Aftetmoon
The St. Joseph Council No. 37
ftf P R. R. and ti e M2!OvPF*e
Council of P.D.R.. I.1A AW.
will convene jointly eat. tdav
at the Loyal Victor Wt. H-1ll
for the purpose of tltaIiitin r-
ficer of both units V the Jann-
arv-June term.
All members of the rwbpectlve
branches are urnd ta a1 ndM
Members of sister lO efaesu
temples are Invited to be preset
at 5:00 p.m. when the ceremony
will begin.
SUNFLOWER, Mdls. (UPW)--or
some reason, clocks are Oares in
this town. One storekeper mates
it a practice to a b at a
certain tume and on the *ap-
keepers close tor th e *M.-
-Wl ---ME -1 7~ -4-4 -..

Our MIRRORS .4fomfi
NIt 4, S lto tat f

17n Cril-e9l &1

b.Ca e Slhor Belh.
n k eiectrt rehiglQ-
j#4eept Wgekwepdis
- Santta qlard beach.
nished. elipcticity. re-
Wodbrate rates. Phne

41 -or 6-300.


T "T-hlet very'well located
S l C bre, surrounded by a
i Imdcape. For further In-
q tie-all phone 2-0121 Pan-
'ifktrlq office hours.

FOR .. wUnfurnished chalet, -4
jifu three bathrooms, eoar-
7 ,h. a bus stop. Son Frei-
.ta.'5h Avenue No. I10 21

rFOR' NT: Completely furnished
*W0bdrom house, for thtee
; VStaitng February 1; No.
I4-tIth jrkeI. Tel. 3-3443.

FO f : Hbuse, 2 bedrooms,
* hly furnished, Golf Heights.
Avge for 2 months starting
9rI ,ist. Telephone Panama 3-
2008 or 2-1033.
FO .$NT-rrt El Valle. For dry seao-
!on. Large comfortable furnished
4-6drtMcp house in choice leca-
0nM JsinB water, gas stave and
reffriderotor, Electric current, hot
water. Ha$ 12 beds in 6 rooms.
SStOltble'for more than one family.
Searefte. House with both for
strvants. Money Balboa 3060.

MUTS. furhishid two rooms suite
reqKOV 1Drotfd Contact office
Sn.PrqffPn buIkding 8061. Apt. 2
Tft!phm 1386, Colon.-
FOR OINTia-IApartment, East 13rd
Street, Mexico Avenue. Telephone
FOR RENT:-.Aportment tor rent,
43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi-
co. Call 340140.
FOR RENT:-Apartment in best re-
sidential section of suburbs. Mod-
em buHdin, Perfect Cross Ventila-
tion. Porch, iLvingrooae, diningroom.
two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen.
laundry roon, private garage, hot
.woter throughout, water heater
Included, plenty of closet space
screened. Available Fibruary lit.
Apply in person at. Distribuldort
.. Electric. S. A.- Corner of' Ancoy
Avenue at "H" Street Panoama
FOR RENT-Spacious modern apart-'
ment. 3 bedroorps. 4 porches, very
near to the "Universidad," mo-
derate price. J. de Fibrego Ave..
IPasadenal. Ti4ephone; 4-3491.

FOR RENT:-2 bedrodn'oportment,
screened, IRving-diningroomn $60.*;
00 furnished $75.00. 56, Belisario
Porras Avenue, key apartment 3.
Phone 3-0841.
FOR RENT ApoFment, living, inn-
ing room, bedroro, kdtcheA, sani-
tary service. $40.00. Aft'-. In front'
San Fernortod'l nic .( i nFq0i!lal,.
4th house, tft han lk d.i." Ch let,
No. 390-A.

Rooms : .,
FOR RENT: Attractivefitflshed
rmom in best reskdpngle .lti.
Kitchen privilege. Electric refriger.
ator. 43rd Street No. 13, Belne
FOR RENT:-Furni;hed rdom rwil
Refrigerator, cool and quiet, 4th.
of July Ave. No. 19.
FOR RENT: Furnished roo 4'or
gentleman or single lady, private
entrance, bathroom adjoining.
Perry Hil No. 14, Apt. 9.

Acolyes Foesltw

To Be Held Mondaft

In La Boca Church

An acolytes festival will be
sponsored in St. Peter's Chucd.,
La Boca, 7:30 p.m, Mopday find.
St. Vincent's Day. by the parch
chapter of. the Order of Saint
This is an occasion on which
the acolytea, from the varloi
Episcopal hurcheq On the laUth-
m us. ikewise the .clerics. gaw
In a grand' service honorinR tne
Patron Saint of the Order.
St. Vincent was a deacon of
the Spanish church and renown-
ed preacher who suffered martyr-
dom at Valencia A. D. 303. during
the Diocletion pemaeetlon. Be-
cause of his humility and t.hl
fortitude with which he bore n a
sufferings, St. Vincent was chem
patron of the order for aconift
The Ven. John T. Town'1Mh
exevutlve secretary of this J
slonary district andrlocum tett,.
at St. Andrew's church, C0_,.
will preach tfor the service.M'w.
Lemuel B. Shirley, ,priet a
charge of St. Peter's, will bet
officiant. ai

Via bsf. ,eu" Meae.

I Te1l.

M e Shipper Sge
M Tukqers Irg* l

Tel. 2-2562 7 to 5 p.m.
Tel. 2-451


MA n-ebs Ie a tma, srems -
WVONT: U mad up
ue I al faf r larl I and legrS(

Iea reenrv om: wmriste, phone er
S r se rut travel absent.

V. RHeat uetteedng
I fOVU f\ surface enables ye
cavil ** to lsue at hM
S e oe-qu'rter of "em
| & iMIn| time. Aie
electricity rceats.
* jL2 Air veIts allow
t at evaporatt.on f
SFitsm any se
Srd board
n~ l*y and w I
rmrtel with simple
fIl- To even draw strlnp, t
oder a dqree wI lat en-
ll nulely.
N4k, i l 1Phone 3-32-9
" P"ar*. P'.

Do You Have "Painting
Probably not. But whatever
your painting need, you'll find
th. quality supplies and
quipmIent you need right
Pfrn and at low prices. Caine
a Wts14)!14
VA m aliysuppIi99an

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Nr employes
f the pat

IWs t.inas
WkrMoh 10th
Us tamable
*age citizens
[Boei car-
ple allowed
I in which
uinm. Those
sat thls eX-
f"ulred Lo

1 estimated

It was phat declara-
tiona omixs for 1951
must bli Mah 15. 1951
by those required to make such
.a rry litsly Deputy Col-
lector Lstat*eor. in charge of '.ne
local Iteenal Revenue office, in
a statemel.. idar afternoon
urged Al .tB who are required
to file inxomp tax returns to pre-

both he l SJOda A. Phllips De-
puty CollCtor. are only tempo-
rarily siMeled to duty here. It is
possible, he sai, that one or both
might be halted elsewhere be-
fore June 16italtlhough he vow
expects that he local office will
be kept open through that date.
Mr. Pressly aid that he and
Mr. PhilUip will be glad to assist
anyone in preparing their final
Income tax return forms at ny
time. Those who so desire may
keep the prepared forms and file
them on or before June 15. he
said. Failure tptepare the forms
while both Depsty collectors ate
stationed in the Canal Zone
might result in some in conve-
nience to the taxpayers at a later
It has been announced thab all
Canal arn Ralroad employes
be LrtI sthta tet r
toe of Mach IL, Arold BruCk
1W, Finance Director, annouacBl'
last week that these satemeno
are expected to -be dltributdte
early next month.

2o ted

w.een Jea. 1-15

.wuenty new employee, three of
wltm came from the Uqited
btea. Joined the Canal ai=*-
ra0d organlsation during the
halt of Jau ary, according
to aormnatlon from the Perseon-
.- new personnel from the
States are: Raymond! C. Wallace,

r atllQ Por us-

Dah. of Nebrask and
i osputa, who waia born In
complete a pnew em-
pl their t and the
u In wioh they work fol-
Railroad and Terminals Bu-
resn Joe P; Burtett Agent-
Opeimtor Balboa HeIghts; John
. Lovwe Stevedore Foamsan at.
Cttobale ; ad Suanna K.GOra-
h Clerk-T st at toba

to Oorga Hospital by the .
ommissary Division Lo
L. Qant, Checker at Balboa;
Bertha E. Hayes, Clerk at M9out
Hoe; and Jeie E. Albrght.
Cashier at Gatun.
jUadnce Bureau Isabelie C.
Word. Clerk Stenographer;
a Oeneviqve F. QuInf, Clerk-

PTAce Division Charles t.
Sheets and Jesse R. Martle, Po-
Ileeen at Crstobal.
Municipal Division- Olbet
r. Chaae, Clerk at CrtistobaL
lMUding Division Anthony
J. Iucikas, Leader Carpenter at
fulstrial Bureau Alfred V.
qTa eson, Boilermaker at CMIS-
Minsering Division Ll
tpahl. and Luis D. Wfl
eerling Draftsmen,.

?wronnel Bureau Bele b .
Cmnro. Card Punch Operator.

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SMachine Detects
Damage In Broin
Of You"g Infe ts;
PetL E. KUasway, a 23-year-od
Is conductg an iexerllait
which may result in preventing
twisted bodies and rerwrtn, lWb
tortured lilvt of person s
brains were damaged at birth.
. Kellaway 1s do0ng reiarcb-t--
to the brain waves of batbles
with a wave-reording mehnWp.
The mahine, the d r std.
pIcks up the. bbkry bOtc Cel6
nliaes. Te fin.te the Ooor
tnM'v tftnp.
"Most brtin dame of the'
litd that readtt in convulalv.e
disorders begin before the child
It three years old." Dr. Kellawqy
qaid. 'When we ean dtianose the
trouble duedng. .talfSUM. esny
times the damage can 'bY re-.
paired by suly" -

Dreaded Dentil Dbn R
May B On Way Out

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the naul. in, .tr d he
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of torture mahes.;'n be an
the way out, accod g to the -
American Dtmtal Assobtti.
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cadet. He was a cadet Ileutenant
during hia last year oa high
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:. ................. 3 :50 7: a o
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a .................. 10:30 7:00 mi-r vonlg Prn.y ad a.. uT g People's .Me etin ,,
Man ..................... 7:30 0OW.- J W5 iarm L,. Grae tmo P4gQr
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o@lboa. C.Z. The Rev. Gideon C. Montomr y PhoNie tr33 Connal
Moy .................... 7:30 Rev. M. A. CookIlon. Cm R r: R
S. Holy Comnmulon 7:30 a*m. 10:3 service. Chu t0rch lb b 3
SSunday School :30 m n ,
ATLA SIDEA Publie WorstIp 10:9 q .p o 1 it.-,-i .'"
... Ol :first. Sunday7of e.= *nth
lo v..Communion 5'00 l 5 Wso e t h M ad t
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th Tlnrs. t toaRd and St. Thoms Ave. C S o
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Maspil Peole. CAMev M0 R.l3
S .GAMOA 10:45 Divine Worship.
.. .. wsh 7:00 10:30 anm. hid. and 4th. Sunl ityi I
7: Iud- Img t ... Unarian .tChrh1- I MIEANf3
....... 3::00 p.m. Sunday .She o al *s .
,- 5:00 and 1.0 p.n. Youth OrpntittlBm Ti *. "/4 C .M.
.:her Churche$s :30 p. veninPr d S UI.. N .. : : ..
a .r i7 h Sunday ndrewN l I1at Pbom .
A n d S e r v i c e s u r:nh u.m 0 G i deo y G ir l n d S o. '.90 I e m. .pm
Aa 'I CENTER 7 ,30 p m. nd, and 4th. Thnd dur ArmeI d
k JulldinlS. 34th Srreel wonn nn Auxiliary. Neon1 ServI Ce OMC w HOLT FAMIL
T '- r- m-nd Di. O3 ba e. M .An. t ,t .. .. .- C C F A.
U3 .., L Holy Communion 4 0amunjlM .jc. .p.,b ulase Cl. h. J7Fi'n C M
LA ATrAPublicWrh n. i.... I'teraC .. 9:10
4. e rlast e t.atKer fmrw ..

.Armed orce Services Center 600 a.m. Ho Communion lat s unday D e, s.
so or 0awe. and Holyo Day. H.C 700 am. L rH I .i'SS.. usr a.

a Id VICES; -- Lisa. od c5"^7:'t: l
and C munon .00 o m na School a.m vn ln Prayer Worshi serVl .10:15 am.. "C6m Thou
S iK mS VICES. 7 00oa in. with U s and We Will Do The Ooad." A i School. :00 pm.
Wednesday 7o -- f prlendly weicun5 swaall all ,. Pot. eior 3 pme .i now.
5(ble Chi Thursday 1:4 PALO SEW 1:59 pp~a i t, fourth Snayd, sad &JOst et Pn, Mo A 11n. r l
-e'. cHZE-T---i crtebl Curc .e ls Com, .,er 7:5 p m. n Cer n oul ed jd T, at p. PFTAoU mas
Ct.ho i cNAY The Van A. F i nday x r or all i h
v 7.10:40 a.m. mp. at la SpFridy;by or g W.S t"I'

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C:t Cj 11 aAm. -Mening ra ndye dsi ni.- .- C. D.lm Abraham;osl Gamb, ,o -p.m. l d ',.' 4'
:0 d. and 4th. .nd ym. Y*e. d Stpanish City O e. J : i m 3: 11

Stit.oon sHlEnv Sir -- P rae nN Ch O: LADY OF O r .i..
,.h o each month at PANAMA a n- C"ristoba Spenis C r Gambos. C;S: -
ST. PAUL'S CHUtRCR yaeta, iNo Sunday night service at PHto* Rev. Cbnph:-
A Nhtenal1. a.D M. re Sunday Mae ,.. eYam.
Alnbeth C e1sislyn Churah S a.mand" The Ret Rit Reginald Atwell W l.. m.
P T ams. R.P. Bih Vn ble Archdeacon Sabbath school each church y Holy Dt as]
SD. Bihop 0a.m. H Communion 9:00 m9 :30n, Mo m .
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SUNDAYS. t ...cs at ae. a.4 Pator. Rev. ety. Cw M.

.mair o Club CdorStli : n a t P lMan 0 a d C rM a
_____ t_ O __ i cp.Center 10:60 anm. Church o c hool p.m. mndy School at 116 ptS.,n.
1L 3R D V .Soe .ven e choma l at 3.80 p.m. a 1
S Ai TC nuto ~Col6n. 4tht Sweet u 6 Sii turd. T tI. b3 p..
Th URDASud ServIoce at mu a...l......a w

5msry GulBy .t -"0... C"'I2a".. 3 510. am
5 p~m. Prayer Guid, Serview at ................. .,Ti +- Red T k Catschium Clam .. 11:00 a~m.
IR IDAYs: Sundiy school t I ...........C. allhtion .............. .... 1:0 p.m.
S.m Chlldn's ucha t PA O
7:30 n. Choir Pr-ti. AAO Le'dg al. CeRei iMA CalnSd "Cla Methoan dist C ii "'e a 1:a '.
andC3m p.m. Ch nplonn1 0anded45maalln Toco.p
frni a ^ Chupih 0t. .:t Wk".0.'g.. "O l
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e W in heIll a style toi -
tomed. Th yN-
of their sleazy 11 in
IAI # r hundreds of bar ll S land ,
I INe IY o K by "respectable" m-sb bosses,
frightened a billUo~ibra n by the 0
Senate Crime InVeitisltt Comrn-
=J 1 1I DREAMS mittee. ,
-O,"N4/g s About Town: Joan Bentett and Hegy Lamarr (who .
M0 l a bhe Storque...Efllitt BooRsvelt (among the So the little hood ~ ng the
N ,pdkt enMMr ) taking the ribbing o making frop. traditions of the to i before
aNA! sI U ty l Wt...Tae Duchese of W1TlMIr and Russell them are running L w mobs
IDS l j![Cal_ II Dfluhess") light-fan ...BRi Holiness' trying to crack the lieOr fronts
1W4he'.. Faceli, a lone stroller l iark... Eddle to pick up some of the folding
t The Catholie War Vets Gold Al 11NM Award stuff.
"'.*r.'J lon k back from Yurrop ith uix f. coas-ifts
mfnW i: BUnmuan royalty...Candy Jo8 whose eat get $200 This young t ying U .
awm -p Bpl ance... Ilka Chase, just a Wd "Miu Twist Shift with some 1dol still.
oa motor firm. ..Anita l lby and Jerry Gor- slightly p frb Fed-
den 4 who are Meeting Each Other More TaHal eral and State
.. thrush, Frances Irvin, back from a trip to the lazy old aun e
-a U-r sparkler...Eleanor RooeelIt, who always all day. And
S0 eout of a cab. clalists" are dueNow
-in the past year, been
-06 B iir Alley: Jack Barry's pet quip oh Mnclair Lewis a series of mantings.
o whean" met Pres. Coolidge at a Wo n event... scare -explosions t lent
s- afted bim: "Aren't you the writer of "bbtt'?"..."Ye, threats-to all of labor
l t," said inclair... 'How doooo you dlooo?" lead Cal. leaders are detl
TM Ibb'tt" ...At Cavanaugh's last night actreaaLuella Gear told
favorite Sam Ooldwyn snapper...An actor wired Sam: FinaUy, oneof the mob forgot
accept double what you offer or include me out!"... Sam titselders' poah;moved
lippe brk: '.Ne.--Ten-Outi" a little too rashly. alot
_-__._._ *,of top labor chiefs aut ed-
Novelette: Last Satdee aftep IBri IFrock won and mad.
$X4.30) a rich SoatherAer neaow a $2
ily Double 52 ticket on that h *nr and a Some months ago, cgo,
h uCookie) in the next stauw....Wanis buy the easy-grinnninug h ed.
.d the deucer. .The wea ar e d l genial Bill Lee, T leader
at gs.'sed the deal... "Rough Cut made the and head of the
ma. imnIt looked like pltic.t paid member Chibu eago IP ion of
** sDouble paid t kedl40ke ....tpla edfor Labor, walked out..0 Bakery
but it almost choked Ir. B .. Another on down the
ouston, Texas (named.. ,n among home. U stefpr
ho lwho hnad the DD... hdh '"
own inltUae. He umat. hor'es a o ]threan
seimnd ra e... We assume the $ gu -y IsIM-on grace: "We want ck re
cThisthe: Wen et"
AMalm of a Midnighter: Carole Broka, the mIodel, has AlI has tbeen le-d'-- LSee(o 4
C.lat_ 'O the Sewing Machine millions one B Mimndiea... The Ion for 25 ead' hS Ih roh -
Imb scare has locals on an up-state land m m spree. In some the Capone post-p ibitions 'L ost G elne
sptb land has skyrocketed from $35 to $300 per acre.. .Howard vaslon) told ne he took as an in-
. Lang, ex-film producer, weds Virginia Lee Stewart. a society citation to put the thugs on the'I
wo w became a top Vogue model, in Bel Air on the 25th, payroll. He was r ht. Th told By. B B
Looks piece on oigarrulous Miguel Todd (the largest ever written him that's exactly what they had
personality is due next month, 11 pages...The Marvin in mind. o --
e (of the Journal-American) are im ing ... Ditto the Lt. YORKIt has been a oular Amercan c
Patric Waer (her dad' s a aburg acribei Lee told them there wasn't "a custom to refer to the children n of the 1920's as a .
Oe Dr._ Brooks of Hrkessa Pavilion next month...Ann chance"' to cutInm the Team- -,ost gene rati," ,vict^im of a life they never
uasMt e e...Th-e Dram cts Circle voted not2. &'t.: s v
to XR W barrs ter Marvin Then. In *Iown words: a d, lM iondt it. was the bel ether of
act flm... ,'_ "They ma:de Itl hatunless I the t t obaU the sobeul stuff
Ji -o"" from went alng .1 think ther" 'Ws really bid troue
__,_,,,Thei Gained m qthe tole- bet, so laa dzaR thd .Colmosmand i t ,Mae
ohonta. (A .- iizkIa~r d t) -s&& -A- 6-- -- --2

re ie e Wel tn mous) s im eo sau ao, so me t,
hwaU U ns a t eI e 'sdthe l n fI ou t-de- Th-.on hI na. Som i W
mWOWn) In la thriow l ao something d s n o o tin oo l
W N, al a nd.3 o m ee r s t- A xii t is t
t he dot he Inn wo amiu us ",.lwhen you've been .tl, describesa teas w e pook me onI sta-
S upin a half den Emases, with little princess andienergsetc Chittcag o Police t. tics, but Ibetwe lost more fromInfluenza
dettled adu s end lr diplomats bowing from the waist and kisn a tlWon, nothing has ha ene Ban we did from shra ne I as evl h
os atj ~m so d mdo think you dream about?". .. "What eept tha ttwo weeks ago, on naive war that air we an ekprierln
asks an "Youream," pun in Tierney, "of a man" the advice of some friends,* Bill They had prohibitionafter.e voble o ty
Lee made the i incident public. I deterred nobody from drinking. T.e

TAdhe Florida Wir:.erl e planesak to Miami Beach this r. gtume he m reasons for o a was a profound Itr t 9 h nl
Sund to stir at tie Polcesiremen' nual event. He wing s g up at that moment. humanity'sn ability t hol e, .

Schwab's Music ir ss the Beach's newest plush spot anda fury snorts ou The Ruth, ta Wall St. crash. Some few secla-ll

THe lA 'O UriFnUM WM Al Doneown COLUMN um-bwwmghonsnselling .woe -rS
"Storm Warning" a film that flattens thel anrance" to emplo ers-or oe
th ny ... moC rn oed Norwayld i,, a seollycoufatkatsl k ansdout a.rwrndows. larger
crusade newspaperman), ,Is,.po.tiSee W th e wto e. tis, if soth u e c of the population w r-robe, whe
S11 thet'ts ,inr,.L ie as t h i e \ \ ln tos the lets a. labor chief.. a s e d g out of tht rs we ~ h-
Key sector (an h ou'sive ui Wteyhub cuisine ea d of a nyfedoratl91aio, in whicht.h.eole w e
I stealing ...Lee Rut e staff has been known as one of the most rich. But we hanio

demoted no clerk teo al't e J ee Baker's applause (at WIhan -InevesawHanybody-dead the coat, of l9-

Idemity ofM l ,,e wrmes Is heM ,. ., But what the labor leaders In In, Index ing up a point of two every month
Cp& city) is t umas t deoi iy tngtod and sincere wpi on e o Ch the nation's great streets and some dof us learne the outlook for

heard sin la fm hmoes. ksew, as their national ch fs controlling Uflartion SS better ast,

ol- on Miam Beach a Economic 8tabB- latest ttanh
THE MAN WHO WASNT THERE, o mid-winter huddle esver In this field O. There are
Si-t S s telrying to move In? It Isn't too many cot u for one thing,

gow .Veteae of Foree Wa of the U. Toledo's round brel oeso Msihael V., b
ly as Sugar Ray Robinson's. Gets oken dow, kthenob et r dg l with LaSae)
000* We Ithmans have again become he victims o vacationers tyhan to make the atkind o ther thought he Wasto a r m4fhorty ia the r
where Ihmus Winess sory wrier Velle not a recent issue of ol- too labor spokesman told way.

eres magazine. Fact or fiction, news hungry Edior. in the land me. ;:"- they were silly enough to -,, ..-,
of o-.r -rth will seemingly buy and print most anything that "r at all, they'd go through On Jan. 5 the word went" outhat hewasplag-
emanf.tes from these tropical shored. aels That's the key word ning a temporary .0-day teasneal pe.r He
Writer Velle may have gleaned some facts during his lifetime Y-nth eacrowd. They'd get per. aw o ely thoughtpn e o Bog .c0leaored .th
.of wee here but he certainly .*stumbled into thefrfiction field _o .-W peopl who know C ales E. Wflor MMnn moBn -

rI one part of his article concerning the attitude.of the people xmend waald *auggest that he Uion. If he had not f ^"y".Da BI al
t earOU Panama Independence Day arade As there wa onl m-brwed a oons selling else to do, since he s cons
errin to Th V ran one to emploers-or But fe day later Dr.
Sears has hada march d le th h%... Spu the auys and drnlls wouldhe n e
li vinlg well aoain. But. sUVI
.H MeAILtoappenanemotp rthanrESon I
Tre Meill ea r a'ulan bdiA pi s t de oat rhePanamaAed hcaro"Ski Madden or the Capon.
Luehte at Iersc oidor mdu Ia u abndd in wholly confidhi ln a been some 400 teo i 00 a r bucae bcbr wlwA Wdshinto'
V e oo nluMtsr d n bne hsetnt ir doesn't s aod tady In during the first thir. -
..........oein Ption wen tv y ears of this blood grimed cen- .. o
no iday.. s hesesohed -in .rye.Diseu ., -..
Pl anbyo f t kepthbfs t BMW In onuep pe length. WASHINGTON--(NEA)'-W.I tihe cost, of liv-
dat o n wRiee I toe bo sing confidence. Bs t what the labor leaders In ing index going up a point .two every month
hs. e Ie I niresssIbloor e for caln attemnts mo spinit s Chicago and elsewhere want to and nothing being. donethe outlook for
a r e parade Presidet Arias ad mem know, their national chfs controlling inflation is l.tet fas.
o- ergeon Miami ur Beach f a Economicestabadio n latest AL-
THE MA4 N WHO WASN'T THERE, national mid-winter huddle thnk ever in this field ltak. The m r e are
t wbo o tary ing to move in? It isn t too many coos a A for oel hli.g,
i beore the left the Republic. Also, yn kate. they say. and they all have A i .
Vete of Foreign Wars of the U. S. Toledo's round bul lMYorM charel V.
"T of th de nvtedhe old mob knows better Di alle (he pronoume withLiSalle
., We Isthe an have an become the victims of vacationers than to make that kind of a- thought he was-to ha authority in the
who gain a iUfe-time of living in 5 days or 6 weeks exposure to pr to Bil3l Lee." one of Chi- price field. He took the.joW'*. t condition ay-
tin Itlhmus. Witness story writer Valle in a recent issueof Col- _go labor spokesman told way. .-
3lrs m zne. Fact or fiction, news hungry Editors in the land me. "It they were silly enou On Jan. 5 the word wnt at he was pl-
tf our birth will seemingly buy and print most anything that try at AU. they'd go through Oes
mandate from these tropical shares. nin.m That's the key wor ning a temporary 30-day frFe mn all pr He

r cro haw h no gtowledA iaey therefore express u0he 4 a9i3, when l&
Wrizr V e may have gleaned some facts during th lifetime that erowd. They'd get p price he larebK
weeks here but he cernly stumbled into the fiction field who know people who ow les.Wilson
Sone part of h article concerning the attitude of the peopleupsomethhth old Ifh l hateI
eepubl of Pasama towards our Natlonal colors during more protection. An woul d pob ehaeIO upol`ethat
Ist year's Panama Independence Day parade. As there was only U13d demand a conference in el to do, since he is ml t cosi t
e U.S. va ns organIzation in the parade he could only be.~. swank office or In a hoW. something ought to bed=ll ar 4 m .oon .
USnteaa heclolybe meInaBut five days later Dr. A.a.. ..t.. e,Dir'ctor.
ferring to The Veterans of Foreign Wars of the U.S. For the "But the Syndicate knows how Of ESA-the Economic Ig
t 3 years the VFW has had a marching delegation with na-cG 00Bil and such AFL le called It off. He didn't th -thearder could be
nal and organaatn&I color in the parade. We have never U d sc l enored or administered.
periencod the slightest suggestion or attitude along the line of as"thilligare to the political' -. u
rco that woold or could be interpreted as hostile, disrespect- ee Inth town. Price Director D Salle U65pt.Want wltk'th*
cc "painful silence." Would we as men who have fought to qeelslon like a good boy. 'st.r It grand chti
otAct our flag be stupid enough to return each year If we '-hrs's been some 00 for atbureaucraticba '.lodunku-lt
ught that our colors would be teated with anything but hon- out of some 1 or In the Interests of inn
We feel that writer Veale has grossly Insulted the patriot- themobs run, now tatn this combination
Illd Inlsnce of the Veterans of Foreign Wars of the UA., e i are slippg in to m8 VAENTINE IS
belittlod the traditional courtesyoof the majority of the Pa- t th dice games are washed Dr. Valentine appears
people. Writer Volle could have ascertained facts If mnd-the law obeyed. So, "isI doing the job without
had contacIA!uthis writer because this writer was there and is a .Mw kind of unemployju-nt i, very much the
Velle wasn't. It in small wonder that our diplomats can i' g" to worry about. ht fetlonlit. One of h!i ss14111
anything resembling good foreign relations when ac-..a ca e pma mob hasgot t tbetotry to k-wtV

-beresponsible for calling attention to the t"y where there t
t parade President Arias and mem- YOU know, it's eaq eld piios. Sa& llb
lot i exchanged champagne toasts with our a delivery or give prices. Di
1to 4W d our organization. Further, Panama's own .Wel, we thinki without some mstaken
prising wes hosts to a refreshments t h Iin ItWltracks.l...
the o la n9th l the Republic. Also, we.& three v mo s
0 he GandMarshof the parade placed 510
of1the pahde. ait-invited-us to march on thervt can warn the rv
anlan colors; the position of honor In sut w
ofthis happened In one 4%_buto writer Velle couldn't the
me w ,weeks he was hemr. Wolin was he? a thOrke
4 have no therefore expresI s0owhen.
writer Velle sodhave done the same o- n-ostpriest-
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nuities dubious. A lman wMio n t U ade vice
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Brownlee became deputy pri- administrator un-
der Chester Bowles. Later-6e ws' deputy stabilM-
zation director. C.
Mr. Brownlee's health i-said to be not good bi
enough for him to take over the stabilition job bi
today. He Is 00. ; o, Ar
As of this writing .theof ttheeoa,
omid Stabilization 'Uselt af doe Bd 1
top-notch, experiend e n to handle It '
principal divisaetng, a
dustrial materials, ml hard and soft fr
consumer goods, forest prdt, and chem- ei
icals. The food division now in charp of Ed
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legal orders to be good
were told what was
(f them'would comply
fear that they'll get i
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ngoesa de1 .u Prrom a i de i epraFd-s qs nte.aElliigotl
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- "Yr raz6n de estos incidents ha suirgif. t
lek .stados Unidos-especialmente entire leo diid-
gentts del Partido Republicano-la idea de que la
t0t*paci6n de la guerra terrestre en el Asia de A
IMar. apreciablemente su poderfo ailitar. Pae
dberenderse de la discusi6n que sobre eT liartfl-
Id vienm desarrollandose en Estados -UdJ
'restriingr la defense al uso 'e
s naval y areas. :-
Los reveses que han sufrido las fuerzas de las
cones Unidas en Corea pueden producer el -eee-
Sde una revision integral de la politics exterior
los Estados Unidos. Se crey6 al principle que
la expediei6n punitive dirigida contra los nor-
reanos podria detenerse la agresi6n comunistat
el Asia, para powder asi hacer frente a las cous-
tes provocaciones de Rusia en Europa. Pero
revi6 que las insinuaciones del Kremlin e ,
0n iittiencia extraordinaria sobre la 'niCna to-
munista y harfan que esta arrojara sus enormes
ej$rcitos contra las reducidas fuerzas que defen-
4Ifar a'loi sur-coreanos.
SAcaso se quiera en algunos sectors norteame-
canos que en la contienda ideol6gica que ,se cn-
o e, los Estados Unidos se dediquen a ataelM
der a especie de 'Gibraltar de lqs AmI
an nando asi a su propia suerte a lqs'
los otros continents. Tal parece ser
miento del Sr. Herbert Hoover, ex-Pre, ta
lh Estados Unidos, segun discurso que
isce',pocas semanas y que produjo hon se -
d th el muido entero, especialmente et
dions europeas que mantienen los pri 4"p)
*oertticos. "..
A pesar de estas sugestiones para que los E,r
tidos Unidos cambien de rumbo en la. campano
t el comunismo, el Gobierno ha cent j
p. rama de defense: El Presidente Truman
sd ado al Congreso crkditos enormes para
smen' las fuerzas armadas, y ha comisionado
General Eisenhower para que reorganice los ej6r-
itos europeos.
todo caso, se ve claro que los reveses ex-
tados en Corea estit provotdndi rearcio-,
anla opinion public otrteameritanat quef po-j
ln quizas producer cambios fundamentals en
political exterior del Gobierno de los Estados
nnd. Si ello fuere asi, surgirfan sin duda reper-
Ilo es graves en muchos passes, especialmente
t E opa. Presenciariamos convulsiones de orden
litie. en aquellas comunidades donde ya, a he-
o incursiones apreciables el comunismo.

La Secci6n de Materiales y Compras del Ministerio
de cienda y Tesoro recibirh propuestas cerradas has-
ta las* nueve en punto de la mafiana del dia 10 deo
Febrete del aflo en curso. por el suministro de medi-
einas para uso del Hospital Santo TomAs.
Las especificaciones seran entregadas a los inte-
Sresados durante las horas habiles do oficina.

Jefe de Materiales y Compras


Se comunica a todo extranjero que haya
lopoI al pais amparado power el document de
idtje denominado "TARJETA DE TURISMO", que
dispone de un plazo improrrogable de 8 dias a
partir de la fecha de esta publicaci6n para que se
prgenten a la Oficina de Migraci6n mis pr6xima a
a fl' de que les sea practicado el Registro que
ordena Ia ley para con todo extranjero que ingrese
a1 territorio national.

Director del Departamento de Migraci6n

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El discurso del senador l sil a 1
berto Taft snim.s comena ait Ob.4
Europa. Be conaldera al ".
dor Taft un probable candidai- k ra de los IR
to a la Presidencia de losam 5t ,ericanos quo
tados Unidos en 1952: un re- ,tB 'aP vez mis con-
pub o conservador y Org zacl6nf l tr

tternacional. nMas se 0ll0lgA *S I T ra.
decir: q' ningun comunista h* lano.tltudAr-
biers podido hacer mas que t A ratitudo l
Taft, ni slquiera tanto 6dotarir. edlo- --l
Al, para mtnar la autorida itdlaest tli lltR
Prelidente Truman y del Coo[ .. part-el pre .
mandate Supremo de Uau. C parsot. B r.-fdeli
Puerzas del Pacto del Atlat Otgario d 'F Col-
el General Elsenhower, r Trata "oresa
equivati a expresar que nin renuncl6 en form
esclavo de Stalin hublera po- a la preldenciat
dMo server tan efleazinente dele
deseos de lu amo. .H ide ompltr -
En rigor, Taft se Ipone 4el tereses delo am obreros
lado de Heerert Hoover, se 0 *
o ne al envio de tropeas a oo pre=enc ,-
pa: nada de lntervenc6n .a .manotS; endo
otros contlnentes; por el con- ll m$ a
trarlo, abandon del vlejo orgnsaclnlzalnes
do al imperlallamo sovlmayl ,,. ... .. pu.di6s
Esto signlflea en ufitimIa Ins- 6 Sne aplsadlb
s -oden d lts inl y come mau
tazciAA-el olvido de laI f We. y 0 inu,,tn
del. Pacto del Atlantico, a.' as rcele 6 un mi m
lo eacrito, valedero hasta dee.0 la lnt. ersc M-
aocen, el Secretario de Rt..c. d e hablaron los
db e l 0abinete Truman, ha las mlamas y se es-
ca liado el gesto de Taft yI ,5 albra de la delega-
de Hoover como un plan de e- ela .M9 L Argentina.
pactguamiento en escala lgga- .A ttual6n transcrlbimos
tesea, qn nuevo Munich dupll- jel maunlao de la delegclfn
cado. d s. Q.Q..T.. fundanentah4do
El discurso de Taft,. el ante el fracasdo
curso de Hoover, haran so
a Stain en su retiro del ar ac6n de la Confe-
Negro o en au palacio de Mwe- d ral del Trabajo
.Cl In pod da @le. Y ha Il ., blbtes Argentina,

a: rime 0 coromlr ,oea's ran a cnelu-
at an,, e '3.4^V^[fI R vo del ConroaSO
con- ones Bindcabes

o'ne Iv la conocerael
eo ate .e no Bdo:a00c
aes a u na u nvite-
..1is"li'Y te-" autoridaden del
plcsn raobabli49"e "a, que tione mu-
v--.el~-is.bpiea o a -. no ventclaen M6

Z&ra an ha sea a- da atseata
s rcscc: ne no ia ro-ptun-
Tst custro ml-
puebla de Eu ha trabajadores
dejdo una ombra men de la ConfeAr dersel6n
Sborrable. ania n round do y unaRe-

En Europw a opina que la enore voluntad para que to-
ca. .~- snn~ cii~ ~diadificultades mate-
.''triman ha mat~feho r l n~ura del tepao,
pueblos librcs de Europa, ha owxmas on-trabajadores ur-
deJado una sombre dlfiellmen- gnfla do Is Argentina, lea
te borrable. anuma un Drofundo desuo y utns
En Europa se opina que .a enorme voluntad, para quo to-
cooperaclon de los Estados U- don los trabajadores del mun-
nidos no signifies, tan solo un do, yt specialmente los de Am -4
gesto humanitarto y generoso rick, pvedan unirse on organli-
-que en muteas aspectma lo alone aut6ntlcamentstUbrei s
eM, ijndlscutlblmemnte-- sfnlilI- I : "
a 9lso mAn: constituys.ti con m or celeridad q4 en el
firmmel6n de que e m do oca or Continente.-"
cidental Esfuno e Indimi ble. Y'1 1 Not -'
ha de veneer o ha de pere- EtOU 1t oIalidi.__W_
cer como tal unidad. l-
Truman ha dicho con clarl-
dad que l sla Unl6n Sovlltica .
domlnase el viejo mundo ya no
tendria que luchar qontra el .
nuevo, porque, en rfgr Geste
nuevo mundo quedars. Arcado
y pr6klmo a su estriflaalon.
Esto lleva a los comentarls-
tas a pensar que los alslaclo-
nistas son los mejorea agents
del Imperlallsmo soveitic. Y
afiaden que lus aislaclonlstas /
en el fondo trabajan eO.tra su /
propio pals. l I
El Presldente Truman ha |
eomprendido blen la circuns- J0,,0,
tancla y ha sabido poner el de-
do en la liaga.
Y justlfica el rearme en
grande escala. El Imundo ente-
ro se rearma. Lo que ocurrid .
en los Wltimos &Boe de la d6-
cada de los treinta en & a ropa ..
y en los primeros de de S
cada de los cuarent. .n los
Estados Unidos, se reptodue a
Se arman os pueblos para lu- -
char contra eli lmporillamo. Se s eaRtianlo SucehPf
derrot6 a los nazis y la c fas-
csltas, alhora quedan lof rojos.
Sin embargo, n la kettall- *
dad se aprecla algo que no se I m u l l
notaba antaflo. Y -eU smdeiu- UUU vI a C(
slon, el agotamlento del euro-
oeo. 8e ha cansado de pelear.
huye de la guerra, aunque esa
actitud sea para 61 la .1uerte.
la desaparjci6n. t P: l A
Los Estados Unidos aOn con-
servan reserves espirituales y W 4 9
materlales. Los europeos care-
cen de esas reserves. He ahi la
monstruosa dificultad. He ahi
el obsticulo 1o 00o0
Con otros discursom como los ==
de Hoover y Taft, quiEn sabe r ,
lo que pudlera acoontecer en los 0 e
Estados Unidos? 1 n
Hay motlvos de preocupci6n. _
Y estos motives de prdupa- BflAJE
don llegan a la Amritca Lati- mt,
na, a Amerlca nutrs. i i
comunlsmo se dfunl asqul ,


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anunclado su proplto de re-
tirarse de la imia. Co las
delegaci6n argentinae que es
tambien conveniente baser pO-
blico que el seflor Oldembloek,
secretarlo general de is Orga-
nlzaclt6n Mudial de Molea-
tos Libres, que patreclna eta
Conference, en dtclarce@
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lu Me e d i Conrencis
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abrlr paso nuevamente. Los
mlembros de nuestra nutrida
patriUla fueron elegidos por mu
acometlvldad, au vigor., u re-
slatencia fislea y en general mu
capacidad p ara desenvolvese
como guerrilleros frente a gue-
La temperature es de 25 gra-
dos bajo cero, pero ilevamos
fuertes ropas de Invierno, in-
cluso "parkaA" (tAnia Gde a-
brigo con capucaa) y gruesos
guantes. Evitamm las carrete-
ras y caminos marchamom
par cerros y val V y alrede-
dor de pequpflaa lomas usadNs
como puestos de vglis que1o-


mlnan la arretera.
A meita que nou ate
aI obsthelo nor difm
dos grupos pqsU l
dinando hubtnros m
par medl4 de in'"
radio quo pean a
del puesto. N
Ilevan 'ida fuSile' -
Itmetro y armsa q u.A
Bus bandoleras biha M
sol InvYAral, De o n Mi
euelan granadas, do.,uiu
Nos movemos con preMt
pero lipida ,y.
Nuestras mvanal>ta.
el camino de ua rus t.M
fPas la ug a mlf

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Una exceptional oportunidad ea la que le ofreeemem "'
en nuestro Club de Lotes en Is Cludid Radial, C .
sistente en 50 semanas a B.3.00 eon las dos nltlu .s
cirras del primer premlo de la Loteria Nacoazll. -t.'
Calle "A" No. 3 Telf,3o I- MI
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lble Mr na guerrf4 total ,w- --Pw-" -
dtodo un a so". Aur -
S .doto bay&s.iusl-s"jeds rojos
'deft 'd "podremos on iag 33 .: -,o- I
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e que dode dar B
ate dicas e ani aleran" Per William Chapman
o e dntro dd at s, f X. CENTRAL
Y, quO os bu s r h eya Uo 0Q#A, Ucero 20 (UP)-
dae comenmar a MbhIa oa n es Corea se ha con-
p m S producer dlen mU aVi to en ciAte frente en un
IL WUsoPb sn g otljea. u-ueo wral1 del "escondlte",
pliam tento .,

con una ggatesca aceria de
soldados rojos queo so lltran a
traves do nuestras lneas co-
mo espletro. 81 me acompafia
usted en un' servicto de patru-
Ila de las tueraj de Ias Na-
clones Uunlfi podr6 enseflarle
como me ,dasrrolla este juego.
Estamos I baitantes kl6metros
detri dqe fiente, pero los ro-
Jo han eOrttado nuestras ru-
tas de o rvlalonamlento con
un obatAmo ori en el puer-
to en lt itarpada monLa-
alm. Nuftra mll6n conslate en

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t, mnp.w k ajr q ..4iommn.4 ,
Le ayudaremos en tode- los trisAtes de

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Ave. Pr 2 Ag-Id e

Ave. Prid 25 T&: S-? -0601

ore mmlo aA3 Oene en raaena. aB "
es on- cmo, Wilson dujo qp*
SU aria controls i-
;m0O 0domo fuera polble. W114
* oa- S.M e reflrlo a una fecha
oel. -pert la esmferas -.
* tflail diUeron que probable-.
'i t A ddetro de unsa emmana
F p ovAm Ila ceongelact6n O
IwnIO a'. nIveles que tenian tI
o- r F ro. M egon 6sa e.,
fers e I" ualarlos m"eotabm-
* au-r" poaterlornunte.
. WisNon repltkl hoy ante IA
Coamlaln de Pequeflas Empre-
ha" del Betado lAue "teneonWt
oue tIplantar medidau de coil
trof pero expres6 Isa esperm-
a qu6e "podam6s splazar el dl"
en. que. pea jrecesarlo ostal.
c'r el raclonamlento. tin to
funolomxOo official habla dicho
anterlormente que c nco a seis
-maea despusm de la congele-
cO6n de preclos y malarlos ae
urdenarA el racionamiento de
clertoo products, tales comu
Isa are."
Wlm.n inform al Senado quw-
el InIstro de oComercia del
OIhadA, C. D. Howg, vendrA #
Waehtngton parsa conferenclar
con To funcionarlos norteame..
ricipos sabre una politic co-
nAtedGe control de pirep "
sla4es. Wilson prompt .]
Con q. ue.. "haremx Ol -
sible para ayudar a las ,o-
rtLem reuai Gurmnttto
Veotfode eaMgencla uaaozaI.
Un portavos de la organlzac6n
de vendedores de autom6viles
usados pdl6 a la -fcicin. de Pe-
merva Federal queu nottift las
restrlcclones Imouestas a lan
compras a plazos.
Contlnu6 diclendo Wilson qae
el objetivo de su oflcina es au-
mentar la produccl6n nortea-
mericana hats el punto en
que puedan satltacerse todas
las necesldades dql program
de defense y contar con re-
servas bdlicas suflcientes para

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@I hotel "El Panam6" represents
la iniciativa de hombres que miran
-con confianza y anhelo haciq el
future de [a patria.


La F6rica Nacional de Saichichas

que debideo ol zo deocostode los ingredientes-
y la imposibilidad de obtenertripos adecuodas
libremente, hemnos sido obfigdos a aumentor
los precious de las salchichks.

Este oumento que o*ito efectivo desde el
comisue de est mes im i a los minoristas
vender los selchichs de taomio pequefio (lla-
moda 1Mtksog) a TRBES(3) POR DIEZ (10)

Esie iso precio he e que aplicarse a
RnesTQrsCesi gy*M6
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porque el hotel "El Panam6" represent
la obra creadora de los que luchan
con tes6n por el majoramiento y
el progress.

porque el hotel "El Panamd" es y ser6
motivo de legitimo orgullo para el
pueblo panameflo y el continent

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Pot informes suministrados
'l -el "efor Miguel de la To-
''Si, president de la Asocla-
C 6 -6, .C-ivlc& "Pet' Unido" esta-
Oipn Cpaldacd de Informar
oer el pueblo de Pes6 hay
t'0 ae polio, uno en el
tueblo otro en un campo.
U eMrogaB el sefeor de la
e .ilwb recl0Qde solcid-
*t f pueblo que. agsa al-

guna gesti6n con las autori- blo dos j6venes de la sooledtAd
da9ee para conaeguir a* enrie que han sufrido anteri
un m6dico a esa, Ys qe y 0ua este terrible mal y han q3 d
tan con una Unidad taurt do invAlidos de pbr vida,
pero que no so ha nombrado que ae pueden ver no
nunce ahi nl una entflerer, su lmposibilldad lisica, gi4
y que es abora la oportusM'ld dose la vida honradameltbh
de pedir una illddw r"*"* el audor de au frente.
te ya que as neoenarltO 11 vi- La sooledad Pest Unido so-
ta de la presencia de eo L Ilicits por nuestro medio ptep-
sos de polio. Hay en e5 pu e- c1in inmedlata.
L __ li- i l ~l.

S tar anmedidas de p

sobre el sacrificio de

ret&anado vacuno en la
4 1 VI H.D. Alvaro Abel Alvarez DBORE
La Z i efentado el siguiente pro- Artulo
s yecto de ley. Artieulolo-4
Proyecto de Ley No. reses destinadoa
i de de de 1951' debe hacerme eno
A Por la cual se adoptan me- fialados para tal
didas de Policia sobre sacrifi- sencia de un. a
Scifk de ganado vacuno y se re- nario de pollc..

forman el Codigo Penal y el
i Vodlgo Judicial.
*t'Awamblea Nal. de Fanaami.
lD.-Que con much frecuen-
-eta se sacritfican reses en los
Mataderos. cuya identidad no
norresponde con las mareas de
f* uego a que se refiere la guia
de transport a la licencia pa-
*ra el sacrificio: y
, 2q.-Que tal practice es per-
ddiclal barts los duefios de re-
,'es hurtadas y para la salud
del publico consumidor,

S 1-Huldl, escape.
8S-Enfermedad de la plel.
13-Potencial. Abv.
14-Cereal maduro.
1' 15-Bahia o rada.
16-Preso de ira, col6rico.
f 18--Del verbo arar.
20-Danza antigua, PI.
23-Del verbo apisonar.
26-Instrumentos para atacar
31-Cludad de Africa.
33-Del verbo arar.
34-NatLuN de Iran. Inv.
36--Lutar donde se reimunen la
auras, PI.
38-Nombre de mujer.
40-Ave cubana de plumaje
muy negro.
41-Puestas de los astros.
44-Atrevidos, audaces.
S47-Falta de una cosa.
49-Criado o lacayo joven.
S61-Animal con plumas.
52-Condlmento, Pl.
5' 54-Peticion de auxilio.
i 55-Cerebro.

1-Cuchillo corvo.
\ 2-Emplear
* 3-Substancia que se saca
los teiidos fibrosos de
4-Plantas de flores rojas.
S .-Igual al 23 horizontal.
0--Hermana, religiosa.




establecer st IW.
go que lleva e!
ponde a la seas



Rep. d
r'[fatanza de
Ilugares s-
y en 'prt
afe o fua*l0-
)n el fin Ioe
marca de fii-
animal corrt-
alada en lai l-
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Articulo 2o.-Cuando se t*Ae
de reses transportadas deo n
Distrito a otro, el funclonSo
que expida la litencia de BA-
crIficlo debe asegurarse de que
la marca es la misma quq In-
dica la guia de transport, ;
Articulo 3o.-Las matanhms
deben efectuarse en las bobs
de la ftrde para evitar el eakn-
blo fraudulento de los animals

7-Del verbo ataaf
8-Abandoffar, aritlnlsmo.
10-Ciudad de Arabia, Inv.
11-Demostrativo. Pl.
17-Recintos de vagabundos.
19-Que no causan dolor.
23-Arbol leguminoso.
24-Dlos de los rebafios.
25-Oasis del Sahara.
2P,-Del verbo arar.
29-lgual al 54 horizontal.
32-Que hacen alguna cola.
36-Aparato para rasar.
41-Seaundo califa.
42-Letra castellpna.
43-Medida antigua de longl-
tud. PL.
54-Organos de la vista.
46-DIuaI al 55 horizontal.
48-Duracj6n eterna.
llI"iO'HN 6ATEgR

que ae van a sacrificar.
Articulo 40.-Quoda pmrlbl
da aI matanza de reese n lu
gares doade no haya funQona-.
rios o agenteo do polled ;d.
blendbh verlflcars ean i@ V10
mas cercano donde hays uni-
funclonarlo o agent de p etie,
endo libre de todo Iues
Stiransmporte de Ia e rna l
gar de consume.
Articulo 5o.-Para el trse'.
Porte de una o mAs rem do
un Distr'.o a otro, el dCIt
$.,uefios deberin iUclitwr pot
rto a l. autoridad adat tia
trutIva respeotiva del lu un
ua que so extendmer por ott
druplicado que debe teni OIs
llgulentes requisites:
.a) La marca de fuego glse
trada per el sollcitan eI
b) Ntumero do rems a trnsm
mortar: o
c) lor de cada animal'
d)Z otras. marces de oiw
7. quo tuviere cada res.
Pariarafo Primero. Ouan-
do la res tenga mAs de una
marc de fuego, el solicitante
debe comprobar satisfactqlar
re te quo dicha res fuepapvO
Prada a la persona a quli *
responded a marca anrldr-
mente puesta. Si la res tuvio-
re varies marcos, debe estable-
ii eI 0ollgttsnte quo Ia sgwa
a Ia que corresponde al atl
timo dueflo.
Parigrafo Segundo: ;teo
ie 3los ejemplares- de It
que Indles sate avtleulqtl
reposar en la ofnlcl-ins J
so expide; otra so entrefL ul
duefo; la twoers debe *w
garse al enougado del
porte; y la cuarta para el*poma
prador de la res, aIta sIo
sacrificada por el duefnI quo
hizo el transports.
Articulo Go. Los Ipfrao-
tores de Ia dlaposlclones do es-
ta Ley sernt penados con Uets
a diesz y oho meses de ares-
to que les ltlpe&idr el aae
4el Distrito th g -
nietido la 1tiritC fa.
Julelo de sl rwponsblldaa l p-
nal en que hayan podido incu-
rrir sus infractores, coma in-
cursos on el ddelto de hurto pe-
cuarlo, conforme a las disposi-
clones legate que reglap la

Articulo 7o. I Ehurto de
4pa cabeza de ldio mayr,
bafto, a d8 animal quo egttd
sueltos en dehesa caballeulMa
que no constituysat dependen-
clas immediatas de ,as habita-
clones, se Castigar cori la per
ns d dediez y oebo$. .a uenta
Y uatro Rmead. o-' P
La pena de que trata eate
articulo se aplicari par cada
cabMM de ganade mayor, slem-
pre que el hurto comuprenda
mis de una.
Articulo 80. Los sindica-
dos de hurto pecuanr podran
fozlar de excareaocil6n con
flanza, pero data no podri ser
menor de quinientos balboas ni
mayor de cinco mil balboas, si
el mxilmo de la pena splica-
ble al reo no es mayor de cin-
cuenta y cuatro meae y at el
favoreoldo no -a relaidente.
Articulo 9o. Queda dero-
Rado el Incise g) del articulo
352 del C6digo Paol 7 el ar-
ticulo 2100 del C .TJudi-
clal: I .- T
Presentada a las considera-
ci6n de la Honorable Asamblea
Nacional por el Diputado
(fdo.) Alvan A4bl Alvares.

Elimine las Canas

que devueluv a 4 eatcells
su primltivo eolor. habyan I-
do rubles, castafies o neros.
SDe venta en I


Fundado en f904

Ulreccl6B relegrefica: BANUuNAL
Apartado Numnero 787 Panama
mos: 2-0920 2-0921. 2-022. -092. 2-024. Pantama

Agencias on los siguientes lugares:


Corresponsale en las principles plans do I xtrlr.

EAst an t ndiciones de pretax 1o4 elelle d
-'voiose banearlee.

E la escpil
O .^

kalos niaos
titides en cases



Publieamos a continuacl6n los
4 fl oia omentarioi:
= ro voces so ha In-
d o en el presupuesto de
B Lt Ogasto la partida d
o ra la construccl6n do
McIsde Lad Lafa Chi-
As dn e ha sldo eni -
Sel pueblo refertdo per to-
ON los- gobernants, quienes
oon e*I prop6lito de oonsguir
votes durante la campafa po-
litica o electoral, ae fljan en
problem as mas urgentes del
bl, (I pasa en todoe los
,uebie del interior) parM pro-
.nete la olu.ci6n do dasto". in
tear en tealidad It menor in-
treola de hacerlo. Una vez en
1oder estos hombres, con el
teS .- Qu qe se les reclame lo
*0 ._ ofrecldo, se apresu-
I ~ai& oltir en el presupues-
to Go ll1O1 las partidas co-
flet ~laltomes para as evitar
ag Justas del pueblo
n tmn. mente ha creido en
S- .M Es asi como se ha
glempre al pueblo la-
r lhace diez salos se
-fcme. mIrendo en casi tobos
tOpg' apUtItos la partida pa-
a 4aageOla. Unas veces has-
J .k- n," flciado la construc-
lift de la misma. Para ser
M eon el alto de mil no-
cuarenta y dos, el
I n toe de entonces en una
AW w { que hizo a la pro-
i Chlriqui, otreci a los
I construcci6n de su
e e k enando al Ministro
r ,, quien e0 chlricano
como fnia y para mnQ de
Las Lajas, pars que a la bre-
vedad possible iniciara Ia obra.
Como paso inicial se vot6 una
partlda de ochenta y cuatmro
pil ifalboas (B. 84,000.00) para
1 emuesla aludida, I& cqqal a-
gun los pianos tendria sbeipte
aulas con todas las condls-
de--a Be a~zM mid ta* _
c '.r p Zy arena para be-
aeplcito d'll pueblo que vlia
per primer vez una promesa
electoral baclendose realidad.
Pas- asi el tempo y cuAl no
series 'la sorpeas para el pue-
blo _aJeftel fado se d16 Ce
t4 4e lai 'Irtlda antes mn
cionada se habia agotado, -
z6n por la cual no se podia
continuar cargando pledra y
arena, materials estos que mAi
tarde se perdieron,o se usaron
sin existir obra p6blica algu-
na donde se hayan usado. Y
como sl esto fuera poco, ntts
tarde as publlc6 en la prena*
local la noticia de que e ha-
bia Inaugurado la escuela de
Las lajas. no existlendo Jamas
dicho escuela except en los
suefios de los lajeflos que de-
sean que sus hijos vayan a re-
clbir sus classes a sitlos seguros
y adecuados.
Mis que quinlentos alumnoa
asisten a claes diariamente en
Las Lajas. exceptuando los pue-
blos adyacentes, Santa Cruz y
Las Lajas Adentro, que tionen
sus earuelas aparte. (De primpr
a tercer grades). El Goblerno
Nacilonal tiene mas de quince




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He aqui las casms-antlgnleasu oa trwn mdeela en Is Vobla
constray6 unsaM eatal faiamtasg We gotl ia apnolable suma do /.
ma elgdatad de e4a poblal6n.

Hoy se ceebra el

primer escrutlnlo

de un relado

Conforme a. Informacld que
se ha ventdo dand a co ocer,
hoy sabado se verificar e pri-
mer escrutinio del Rein 0o de
Azuero. Este acto se ectuara
en el Jardin Balboa. ara ta-
les efectos las Feder laones de
Socledads. fantefa y Herre-
rapas bajo cuyos spicios se
desarrollara eate ce amen, han
preparado un atrac vo progra-
casas alquiladas para poder a-
Lender estas necesidades, casas
que en su mayoria Ltenen mis
de quince aMos do alquladas
y per lo tanto estiAn deterlo-
radas, constituyendo un verda-
dero peligro pars la nfiezs es-
En el presupuesto de gastQS
para 1951 se han incluldo nue-
varmente las partidas para la
escuela do Las Lajas y una hl-
droelectrica que sumiplttrara
luz a Ls Lajas, San FlIx ,,y
-RetedIea,- pueblos lste 4dh-.
ticog a Las Lajas en cuantol
problems, 8n estos problemat
y muchos lias, tales como fal-
ta de hospital o dispensario *-
decuado, tierras para los agr-i
cwitores. (Be desea que el Ge-
ab o actual ezoenda el proa'
kvNIMa de Patr laio Famlrr,
ita estos pueblos) caminos
tnetraczdn, acueductos, ejidoa.
de poblacldn y muchos otrop
los que necesltan solucl6n ul-
gente en LasLajas, pueblo qul
se ha colocado a la cabeka de
todos los de Oriente de Chirl-
qui por )a laboriosldad de sUi
halos que Iuchan sin el apoye
del goblerno por qu progress an
OJal el Gebierno actual auntl-
pla su promesa. El pueblo pI
lo espera, ya que ha maniffe
tado repetidas veces estar pro*
ocupado por la solucl6n doe 1i
problems nacionales, el doctor
Arnulfo Arias, Presidente de W1
Republica, creemos que esta vwx
se hard realidad la escuela ro-
ferida para blen de la Educes-
cl6n Naclonal y prestigio del
Goblerno que 61 preside.
Venancio Jurado A.,
Cdd. 47-43357
PanamA, enero 18 de 1951.

Caja de Ahorros

Institucidn Garantisada por el Esado. .

Paga 2% de interMs annual en dep6sitom
de aborros


Efeetamamo operaelenes do matftamol conB arantlas de
.- prima blpMceaa v pImndas eoaerolales.

Dep6sitos semanales de 9S0,25: 8/.0.50; B '. 1.00
y B/. 5.00. por un perjl*t butt*ntiocho (48) soe.

uoflea. e rw aS go.hluuhs aa fCal
oflae.o ca.:Y 1 o Cans

8 a.m. a 12.30 p. m. UlqI 8 a.m. a 12


ma oa sari del agrado dea I&Ii a
conqtrr clai.' Alternando cOn [4I, W V.,W ,. ,...
la o6 ult %ta del -jardin, pari- t + o-- -. .....
clpWrd .a ltwno conjunto quo
earis C4rdoba, el ma7a 7-
po, Rpueblusis d la Prov. dbrcer sol *-i
l.atoos Ademis habrA va- do
riados numeros de arte y balls '
gentlefta do up Club Nocturno. oy se efeihearu 'l termel

AntMe del escrutinlo serin
presented s las diferentes can-
didatus que por 'ahora actlvan
eate coacurso. ste escrutinio
revelart el entulassmo que exis-
te entire los, elementos de las
dog prvinc ts, dandoae per
prim Cla, que los boletos de en-
trada rapldament se ban ago-
tado. CoMo colorldo do este ac-
to, el Domingo 21 desde las 8
a.m. la colonial interinranay
simpatizantes sa darAn cits en
Panama Viejo (frente al puente
del Rey) para disfrutsr de o
ameno rato y celebrar a la can-

scrUtino tat. o a 1
Ga"s do u9W.13 torn"0v&
ausplala Ja Asoclaci6n Civica
"Peas Unido" y que ha desper-
tado eate afio double Wtthv
mo, ya quoe es el cuatto I'
do que se 'celebra. $Wi fl-
formes de losa ditgentes de e-
ta agru cln toWdemos suanu-
ciar euu s fl&ecrudto lt
recer weM cgndjmlattaa
pueost. r a I luca y .o7
didata triqnfaqte.
Mucha .l visa auleuria
ri la notes culminante de e
excursl6n. .

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Nuevo directive -
el Club-de los "40"
Anocho tuo lugar. Cmo L Jsi*U1^6
habia i iado n mIterlor. reav* a l.
da, I&a 4 rqgontu=a prna I. M
del Club "Los 40"., n Uo an agaajo a1 9 .S
df aivetat, uMu a o ntras.
ourm de o rt vitds a e a do nm grUp d* wp
toprad.o ..Gleu rn Ke n a. p, .
nado ruto dntro do la so-

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con motive de ben la ever-
o mn numeroa... n insa par Inl-
a.&el s am"alW- M *-Uw Ml dei moedlina.
Su' lde "nclba. 1 o e n
duqrb rlo muchas
klbs a hW (bleflom 0 IM otiveo de le-
b rg de wAaTeOCAd a. l

da.odoS -.s
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l l del
le o & to: aA k1 w

D e mso.. ..e. ns A. l- de Magure -
Seao 1 I. l a A ti6n Ca
41dMOM Maria. to sa
de SetJunto a olunn Tol e d p- s que deaeen ssatl, AA ALADO
tAraa g l ta en oeats o le l, el- ssan,
elo i -o larSt; a Brederlak Orw1fu C. .a. Carlos enti*FmaN
l4 hotel lo Deastno Mu d gld- a tl1 onem a don d
J tderrdrad de vilcted) es otra peodulo eVe g' aIt, qIens qebra
ostro -S mo tivw dim. Dn C.
9 Liea t oSuS ha spe bu a Yoga, ee padre del
ra exhibit en funcl6n do bila l M d 0 0 ar del u
p ce, Mlendoa 6St4 mU alao d ol J) atrltoe Leon 6 '
-.-t. a y y auresentael6n en Panam fat J M6ad3o, qul en an 6 Y
p*e Qwlae estreno qua setn zando el dte u an A entro o an here n i
S4 de la As~ De mestoes. l 1W a An hops
quo. C1 Za do edau padre, 1
nd PAWaLBe y. --a n
ma.eU hXa gofeors Letica 0. de M a E
? nto a e u enes celebran eon teta f P fld beto de un a im -
u *saoBt el ani rsaro do su tal. do

8 ont m el s vDaerenon GALLE "M" FINAL
d Ci.p sip do er i ) a a eslotrna Dela de Mape U .a ,a inba do
-I&- s dellruftando d mn as placenteors
uS Mn tur nvula mdn A o 8uZtre quebranto- de salvd .
Wo coavom pars s m Cilica aon Pernando i elCo-
M eSlerderia mIsls E sdo. Complete rut lecimlen-
Club InteramerlIano dg e to o deseamos.
rem, quo tur-urolp*Abau- Noo mpoMhPEI
ta" hab hl numsi inses Oraclela Ch. de n*lms de Nao HO
Seres, quien abandon6 ayer Is
do varledm. Cnca San Fernando.
Ow- Sn.o. Acomptldda do sIi Ina .aS Vtt la d a
t- _._. pr6othoa dcl n do .so, p ,tau .tr.sld _so-. em. os Va e oi s odesuoFIvN 0
a- act, do st ioc lD .ud reiidoen la ,m adiors Ra de
vi tJaQ de &baeultat 4. ...sutary.
m e fhMItdom la u el r an. .,.,. '. ... .... ". .. t". .
fItuy g -

pae PanamA. Auloeron a ea
tondel. ULle d ileori r, Is
Profesoras MativItd Camreflo
Estrella de BSude y 1oa Pr
fesoret de I, .v kWtldad N&
clonal sefloee' Angel Rublo
Chsar de Le6n.
Camblo do Redtdenels
El Nftor vane Acomena
aefiora Alma de Arogemena he
trasaladdo su pdlesila a
Ave. Per U N. 71B aRlt, en don
de m p.en a lsm 6rdenesi

rw wmur

De Costa rus
Orata efta4Ji demmos a
la eflora DBere J. do RobWu,,
quien so encuentra tsnuotra
capital en d9oe .mA una
Am o l4uriRa do IN M r -
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Souaeds arto algo doe su
as.* 1vodide Paor ejempo
& mn'4_V.Wvftl quo Io

mopu e -moe
sombra B..

tode e am t eo acerqu
magrgrIM ddosgus,
cateNolo y a a me
-l M j y duo se.
cad =8 ecnls Iempleta.


Co6nzando HOY SABADO 20 hosta el SABADO 27

Gran .Baratillo de

36 carrots usados de todas las marcas y precious

Facilidades de Pagos hasta Aio y Medio


(Diagonal al Jardin "El Rancho")


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Psroio-Un Chalet Mangip en el Cangrejo.
Prmuo-Un Auto Henry J.
Premia-Lavadora, Refrigeradora y Maquina de Coser.

y MIPremioe Mas (Refrir.-dorwa, Lavadoras, Radios,
I VajiUL Cvurtbal etc.)

DBOi d* i dade: Duri, A ho. Mtlonio. Inovaci6n, Joyeia Loteria,
S! "Cama del PatanMs, a ur.meional, Almaeen lmr.


PRoBCle ibhMuti -SiWi Bialeo, 18 de Marw do 1951.


irtoladea eleastonc ct.e-
Preiden s Jo6t ZaEa
Vlce-Pdte.: Franeteco Blvestre.
S~rd~io: Alber" A. Cano.
Tesortd: Orlos L. Bmonha.
is dcapl; ntoio Mirrone.
armo zlo o y Ju-
Us de operrs qu lo destiU-


MAS Mercanci .-

a precious de G

Fundam americanas (36 x 42). .
Fajas para sefiora. .........
Panties de senior ...... ... 3 power
Peticotes de cintura para seflora. .
Camisetam para hombre. .... 4 power
Media para hombre. .. 4 pares power
Sweaters de niio.u .. 4 por


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,f; Miscelanes Bicnes Raices Autoa6vilea
.:li GOCE DE LAS DELICIAS DEL VALLI GANGA! Studebaker 41, 4 puerN
SR6Ni--tvesM. tunere negre. DI ANTON:-Ofrecimosle chalets muy buenos condiclones, B.2851 ,
ilt:'eisMade, FPi-Tue icertia y lotes a precils convenilntes. Call 9o. San Francisco No.3- .
A MM* u ae edloe roses made- Wolft y Ci. Calle 5a., No. 22. SE VENDE-Un pick-up 3-4 t
.-mmeaMsM. e sx ados. tc. a Tel 2-2388. SE VENDE-Un pick-up 3-4 torteld
me balesmil ides en plae. -da. Chevrolet, buenos caondlclonrt
MAI OLOBALES. Viae spe- VENDO: En Calls 7-Via Belleawo B.400. Cia. Dulcidio Gonzhlez FS .
-4 P Tgde luan hfince. Tel Perras. cosa de concrete de dos briclde Mosiicos. Avenida .
I-. rec-marca. salad, comedor, cocina. No. 8.
i. porch y servicio. Tiene hipoteca de
r VENOEN Pentalaons ines ae B.7.750.00. InformcMn: TMlMe- YSE VENDE:....Comlaoneta Pontiac., p"
hsnldinrn a R6 4 7. nnl R A es 8 2-2944 saolero narriculnr .n rerfectns Crnn

d- fropical WurMied, a B 4 50. an.
hft d rid Apav ne@a et- rebei .
.o'de recibit camerto itonw..
Dueidieu GonzAle FAbrica de.
,ces. Avpwidj Cuba No 8. 10

hE VINDE: Guillolinos. Imrnparoi
'. t-Voltalco. mrnquinas escribir.
.:' 2: ........ .... .. ...

VENDO: Precio razonoble, ple
cad neevo marco BALDWINO,
C.ile Ram6n Vald6s No., I. o0pre
tamento 2. segundo piso. fiente a
la Farmocia de GonzAlez RevtPe..
cuarlos, lote grande on Pueblo
Nuevo, entire 2 correteras. Infor-
man 9-12 2-4. Tel. 2-0378.

dicones. Teldfono 3-3341 o a -
3069. Panama.

SE NECESITA:-Empleada para c-.-
c.os domnsticos, Son Francisco &d
Is Caleta, calle 16 No. 19

4 ol uiq nuevo. Telefono 2-2743.-
v oi. .eo- SE VENDEN:-Lotes an Ia Avenida SE NECESITA: Cocinera que sea.
VENDEN: Bombos para agua; Ernesto P. Lefevre, a precis r-e cocinar, y sirvienta competent pora G.M.C.; Winche plo- bajados, para Informes enti6ndasel Ilmpleza de caso. Calle 38 No. 35,.
taofOrPl .Cpillldra de madera de i en la oficina Boquerizo., Tel. 3- NECESITA Buena
S20"; Lavodoro Veo Gon- I 0699. SE NECESITA Buena empleda.
2 ..,Avonlda Central 275. Calle 48 No. 2. aprtomento 2.
4 .---- ..5 E VENDE-Terreno con caso 6mue---
-$f :-Sortija de compromise blada, con todas las comod~dades. SE NECESITA Empleado pra of-
d- rilp. corrado cuodrado. I en Cerro Campana. p 4,000. Des- c leos domestic. Diraijae case 1
1 i- ly .mer. 2-1766. cuento razonable. Tel. 3447, E- I Calle 46 este, Ponamj
N SORTIO DE LOS LEONES bo. SE NECESITA Seriora para cuidar
piretmies. Ud no puede fuller. SE VENDE Chalet de 2 recimaros. 'Ao quehaceres de casa. Deb
*ie~"Merse 11. 1951. garage, patio, par B 8,000 con fa- dcrmir en el empleo. Aven.da aJos
.. ec-l7 c 'ic des de pago en Calle \V Par-, de FAbrega No. 9. Pascdenao
i VENDE -Cal de 56 Ibras el so- que Lefevre Lame telefono 2-1456 SE NECESITA: Empleada, seria.
Sc. Cis Du'r du Genz-'ez. tbr'- PanamA-ab -
4. cde. Moco.I Panama trboaio general, tomlia p quena.
S .- ..--..- SE ALQUILA'-0 se vende a meior dUetma empleo Coale 3-1 Ed ficio
pc.stor, residencia grande No. 7031 Lux apartamento 108 l
SE VENDI en colle 6a rombien 8061 en calle SE NECESITA-Niero con expelien-
-"' !7ao Abiertas para inspecc.6n, Co- c. que sea una rarsona response-
Arfliculo' de r -('a.n I on ble Muy buen sueldo Colle 47 Es-
E VENDEN- to N.e 17 altos.
1 :VENCE -- Reinrgerodora F,,god e (.Qtas baratos en El Congre. o a cual- SE NECESITA Una coc.nera v de-
-" Pergerad'ora Figiaieuo i u. eo lugar u Ud desee rnis auehaceres de rredana edad.
w,--,,-.....aden.. v afuera.. ,Chalelsisde 2 a 4 rec-mmaras in a .In t'a .repre.enr e recor. nde-
". erf clo furin:, , epto. Via Espa- Expr" cn Bella ,rl,'" repVre ent r-e l T .eco .nda-l
finoA fil. Arrba Tallcre Doam an Roberto Mir6 2-1215 6o n. Occura de 8 am -9 oa m. y
0- 6 p m.-- P-lboa. C. Z. Carol St.
St 'dkNDE.-Lavacora Eat. radio. SE VENDE Late de terreno de 15,- 1423, Apt. 8.
Ls. oriculos de casa. Buenos 425 Mts. Carretero Transistmica.
es. Motiv de viae. Ave. 15 mills de a captl, antes del SE COMPRA
E :.No...19, Apto. 11. altos. puen de Rio de Chibre, Rio al ______
... _________~_~,lod, yatris. irboles frutales. 15 SE COMPRA.-SEBO FRITO iDerre-
SF :t-Herrroro estante en ca- cts. el metro. Informs Sitio Chill- tfdol de primer calidad a B 0 13
: Ee No. 3' bre Layo S.n:haz. '1 Io libro nela. en cuolquier can-
--* O..- -Fr-g- .. .. V.N--:" --- C-a--, d crea col. litdad de PanamA. Se adierte qua
SE MDE:- Fr.g,'nire t:C.o de por h E .aletd n t e rechazarAi todo sebo oe proce-
Sno. Stirtdo Ce mtucbe, en=ere. ncn dencia e >roniero a todo sebo ne-
;casO. Calle H Nr 61. Apto. I calle *14 Viba ler .Per. conal que haya sido mezclado con
1" fono 2-1274 Panan-3 .. h sebo extroniero. CIA PANAMEBRA
iens. I mi-c q uede h- .DE ACEITES. S. A., Cauietera de.
0.- El--Linda olfombra verde. piece. Tiene Hipoteca con elBon- Aeropuerto Tel 3-1371,
iBwll M..12 a 12. rec.en trodao co NConl dr f .7.950.OI. Aropeto Tel 3-1371
fI Unldos Calle 41 No. formoc6n. Teletfono 2-2944. i 1 COMPRA.-COMU # produi&
l 'Tr 3-2997. .,- ci6n noconal ext.talvimente
----- SE VENDE:--Casa d ddqo piso. plan cualuir conidod a l 210.00
':' I *^* AIIpll ra bola. de cementoV y alto de ma- la tonelada de 2.000 Ibs neras bien
Y LECC ONES dero cOn terreno de 1000 M2 bue. Impa y seca. pusta y psera n
.i nas condicones precio razonable. nuestra ploanta de Ia cludad de Po-
en Via Belhsorio 'orros Son From- n- -!- CI.' PANAEMiA Dl 0
SRAPIDAMINT C.cC d la Coleta No 151. Par ACEITIS, S. A. Aortaa 19
S CURSAPIDA NT informs acuda Ia moisma case Panom p Te r-t 1.
4 e-ctAIo elemental de PieOs I MUY SUPERIOR A LO CORRISNTE gJO .
sui me"s; El curio intirrnlW -es la hermoasa v y Ofi residncia
d pie-:'s chsicas, EJ cursa po- do 3 recdmaros, 2 boAcil. sat, c. -- so' --
r de bo'eroa. tangos v cancio- medor, terraza con mosaicos de S
El curso popular de estilo Jazz 120 M2 de extension, porch, coci- GRATIFICACION:A quieft
S ricano: El curso avanzado de il ..-t ...... _,t. i- .' i- v l y restituyva .artera de cuee bo-

Ice clIsicOa.
si.fono 2-3883. Panama.


RAi 01 CALIDAD- Tedes
een pastures ,cntmemen center

Io-Pintor do cases con-
3 1tncilos t6cnicas. garon-
aort'n co. presupuesios gratis
10.-a1 colombionos Ires por
j sffrqurpia Restaurante
IPdrfs", junto Teatro El-
ijguitar Poncho.
DAJE: Desea Ud. cuarto ctn-
, c6modo v borato' Lo en-
rer calle Estudiante Nc 98.
bno 2-1508.
mOras son costosas Nuestro
de entrego es inmelO able
-f6O0ARTINZ. Ave.

des Unidos

* practlcanimetc todo3 ;(..i
para un debaLe Lull
, de resolver la snua..c.i.
I extreme Oile te". El
ado de Egipto. Mahlnind
Bey pidio que las Nq-
Unidas no tomaran 'Lwa
precipitadas" que pudie-
ncadenar una tere''ra
dmundial. Mientras ,n-
UeetaCcln de los E'sta-
Idos pidlo una entrevis-
el bloque latino anru.-
para huy Sabado en iu

tras tanto. fucntes Jic-
credito dijeron que el
Dritnieo es.i "Co.
do serlamente" la po.i-
de retirar el reconor'-
del regimen Comun's-
o re.ultado de Ia c..-
Corea. El. ecrpnarlo UP-
Ide las Naclones Unlhas.
o. lleg6 a Paris a,;.,,-
A I" obleto de rele'.-ar
nfcrencia "urgente" c ih
btarlo de Relaciones E. .-
BritAnico. Ernest Be-

Oeos exactamente el
0 que Ud. necesita!
I 9ate No.4 To!. X-gS

niu. panry.. usp nsa, cleganTi uar
cuarlo de lavanderia. cuorto de am-
pleado con baor. porle cochire v
garage; todo evto sabre late de es-
quina de 1.360 M2 converfido en
lindo lardin. Su precio as realmen-
te halogador v se ofrecen facilida-
des de page Hay quo ver l so-
bresaliente aoabodo de esta elegon-
le residecio. Wolff y Cio Calle
5o No 22. Ter. 2-2388.

SE ALQUILAN -Locales cintricos
acondicionados especialmente pa-
ra ofmonas, almocenes dep6sito
Ave Niorie No. 61. Tel 2-0364.
-t ALQUiLAN -xclusivomente poa
ra oficinas locales cdntricos en los
altos de Averido Central 44 a
precis m6dicos Solictren infor.-
mac'6r en Almacenes 5 v 10 cen.
SE ALQUILA:-Local commercial en la
Avenido B No 85, propio paro
mayoristo Ricardo A. Mir6 S. A
Tel. 2-3436.
SE ALQUILA-Colle 5so. No. 36, v
Calle Domingo Espinar "La Cuchi-
110" locales espociosos propios na-
ra almocln. toiler, dep6sito. etc. El
prmern B.40.00 v el segundo B
-9000 Oirigirse 165 Avenldr Cotn-
tral. Telifonos 2-2638 v 2-0948

Aviso .idei:j

.Sotariu Publico Teicer o Jel Cir.uii, II
Panlma, c.n CoLdIl de identidad versO-
.Iul numeu 47-1819. r CETIF'CA: -
LEE y LEON DIAZ. e n u allda1 ae
dlrn'o soti',2 de I i*reledad coleeiv'e de
PASIA LIMITADA. in.-rit al Tuon o0
de Perfonas Mereantll, Folio 840. Aic-n-
to ,15. In han derlarado disarita v -i.
nuldads. astmiendo el aclti v ,aivuso d,
In mimii In sesora Ludovira tTr-p.lri,
de Lee. renoneiando imbos a ie lmo l-
sunn [ilipi,or
Trdo lo e'il cnntas on In Encri anA
PubIb.rr, Jn. Sb, de 17 de Ener de liiW l.
iterndildi n Ia Nolrar aa c1a ereo.
Pinamsi, Ener 17" de mi61
Notari Plublico Terre,~n.

De conformidad con lo que
establece el Artculo 777 del
C6di o de Comerei avisamoa
al p6bllco que par media de ia
Escritura Pisblia No. 80 de
Enero 15 de 1951. de la Notaria
2a. del Circulto de Panama,
hemos comprado a la leflora
IO efstableolmientos comercia-
les do su
BATURRO". los cuftles funclo-
nan on estc eludad, en la ca-
lle C, No. I y en I Calle 50
No. 55. -ropect!aumente.
PahamA. fnero 5I de 1951.

codrilo, rofo, con papeles Itmpoton-
tes para el duJefo. Perdidi en II
Teatb Lux. Acuda a Farmdi Pern-
Americon., Ave. Per6,'No' .';.y
PERDIDO:-En el monte, detrl ."Las
Cumbres". "Walker" macho, ta-
moao mediono, chocolate con ban-
co. Ilaomodo "Streak". recompens .
Club de Caceria M.raflores. Llame
83-5114. despuis 4 p. m., Dennis.


SE NECESITA Expertas manicuris-
- tas y operarias. Sal6n de Belleza
Jul.e Ann. Colle 38 No. 9.


SE ALQUILA:-Caso. completamente
omueblado. dos recimaras, por 3
meses, desde I de Febrero. Calls
48 No. 15. Tel. 3-3443.

SE ALQUILA:-En El Voile, durante
meses de verona. Casa grande o-
muebladoa. 4 recAmaras en magni-
frca locolidad. Ojo de oaua, astu-
fa v refrigeradora do gOas, mlW Idl-
dad. oagua cdiente, pu .*rmr
12 personas on 6 cudetos. Adiua*-
da para mis de una tomlfM jCasi a
seporada con serviclo pare .em-
pleados. Telefong Balboo 30),Q

cComIU Im tAMu

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* .:-" : /', ., K .'


a 'rqan

'. En Viwt. del Mo.
q- doe camorca
,wAebt.S9onito ,.
K- T oM 3-0;76.

.- oil...s__ I

Apartamento en
IrM6 final y coll* 43
a-' 40.
-'Ap.rtomento an Calle
Patqe 'Lefevre. Dirl4ase
SLamela" coils P No.

SE A .- Parte de un aporta-
merr s a 1 6 2 personas, en B.30.
Tel. 2-0013.

SE AhOULtA..--En of nuevo tdificro
front* of ottel El .Ponama, un
aportaneito arande y uno chico.
EatIem MIC 2.-217 y 2.1215
SW AlbIflA Magnificc departao-
merry con solo-comedor amplios, 2
reCemqoes, balcones, garage eat.,
caw4r.CiTr PereplO por B. ,00.
lamarneMfalVno 2-.1456, Panomk.
SE ALO4^ Aportamenf m*-l
comrnor. -2-reckrs, comdidft
moderns, case 84. Calla Estudianr
te, freite Quintuples par 8.75.00.
Liame telifono 2-1456, Panama,
se ^LU, :---- ,,, .-- -- o ----%--
SE ALQUILA:-Apartameao dos :-
camaros, sola-comedor B.60.00 eon
muables, $75.00, Betisoria Porras
56. Llove opartnmento 3. Telifono
SE ALQUVLA--Aporsamento moder-
no, sola, comedor, dos recimaras,
dos servieios. Avenida Chile, calle
41. TeWfonao 3-0847.
SE ALQUIVA Apartamento con so-
la, comedor, 2 recnmaios, casa
concrete. No. 56 Averr'da Norte,
esquino Colle Cocil, par B.70.00.
Llame tel6fpno 2-1456. PanamA.
SE ALOUILA Apartamento 'con
sola-come-dor, 2. recimaras. 2 ser-
vicios sanitaro.'garage. photo. etc.
en coasa 13, Urbonizaci6n "El Car-
SE ALQUILA Aportamento, s lo-
:ornedor, recimaro, cocina, servicia
sanitario. B.40.00 Prnmero calle
frante CIfrto San Fernando ICo-
rroaliuilial. _cuorta cose maon it*
hesrd A.m" a d

porch, u cerca de a lo Urniv
sided. Preado mdico, Ave. J. d
Fibre (Pasadena). Llomora, Tel.



; .- f-- -- -

SE ALQUILA: C o. anmablo ,
entwode indepecdintst bo Ao-
Sonexo pore rbabffiro o d6a sole.
Perejil Caam 14 Apte. 9.
i ALQUiL.A:.-Cyar Indqlpwdiene
ton balc6tn pare vfa..ts'
nos rosoonsables. tme q -iI'o'- o

SE ALQUILA---Cucrtos frecas amo-
blodos y otro sin mueble con co-
cino. Llome teitfono 2-2905.
SE ALQUILA:-Cuarto con bolc6n a
la colle., n caflo 4.. No. 9. Al-
tos. (Precio m6dicof'.
SE ALQUICIA: Cuarto can borao v
servicio independiente poro una
persona. Colle 33 Este Ne. 15.
SE ALQUILA-Cuafto con muebles
paro una persona, B.25.00 men'
sualis. Avenido. Ernesto Lafevre.
caso 32. bus aoul.

via Pe. te 5
rws- wSan pmWIm
Or a v remende a Vetinnmrtr
TeoeD o exi "t 1i ,

Teoemos en elsfitseCla:


,Rr uazo


de toda clase



2' x 6 y 2' x 8'
Calihre 26

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Acelte Eldoai

De vents -


algo de Ferretettu, diugt.
Materlales el, pa
Coclna. Objete de "w
Y 81S NO LOS Ru g

Brochos y Pinceles


Cepillos de


Rkcardo A. Mii,

CaHle 16 Es No. 4
Tel 2-3336



Pare today close de Radios.


Zxi y 2x8


Ahnacenes Romero
Ave. Norte No. 48

dmndm a *l W ri'd blen DlInehadi
g la*ma P l Aaia-es
bragftflnlrnto Princine Varrewara Ce
,w ibCdSne, urial -ulas dC Cale
V 1 w AI v Ida CentIl

WANaaio- VACAc'Mig 5 N =
*._ ". Alba s-e a-.

.h. -'Y .

SmuerIToI log brimero
doe dls4O lamb,
A mi .a .c0ootnfan lou
choques antre bl patrulas
crece la peqglaci n sobre a
los Comuali-tan Chinos "y nor
coreanos ,l3usarAn rontot uni
gran ofeaiv ra-tproJar a lo
alUlados de v Sinembargo
el GenetIl MaeArthur nuinci6
durante cu vsial a Cores qui
las tropi s allis no aserian .
rrojadaa del suieo Coreano poi
nigiun sthio .ni nor-eoreano.
\TOKIO, enero 20. (UP). -
La avacln allada lanzO ata-
ques confra las tropas comu-
nistas Lt6do lo largo del fren-
te corqno, y dotras dp las 11-
neas cdmunlatsa. Las auperfor-
talezas del tipo B-29, al mando
del General Briggs, atacaron !
objetivos importance con 192
toneladas de bombas'de demo-
Los obletlvos estaban en Sa-
rlwon en Corea Occidental y
Hamhung en 11 costs noreste.
El comunicado diuo que "loa
resultados del bombarded fue-
ron excelentes en todos los ca-

un aimacen
incendlo se orlgln6 en un al-
tillo donde habian unos mue-
bles de mimbre y cajaa de car-
t6n y de alli s propat al res-
to del almacin destruyendo
parte de, a mereapCi.h.
E a? cidn ea do propledad
41. sodr Manuel YU Ku, deo
naelonalldad panameaA. L o
daoum no han sido a6n deter-
mlnadoe y la investigasicn so-
br6 las verdaderas causes quo
provocaron el sinieatro estA
slendo adelantada por la ofel0-
nIa de seguridad para estable-
car en forms definittva sl hubo
O no mano criminal.

4,000 casas

lea. Ademis de refrlgeradora,
etutfa y lavadora, coatart B.
1La paredes de las as ts ae-
rAn de fibro-cemehto, Un ma-
teipd l que segun ae explia6 s
de' buena calidad y quo tendra
6S8 de espesor. Otra ventaja que
el MUR obtendrA es que el -
eo as cobrara IguaT l qua eatA
paga-ado ahora Cuba para el
traasporte de las Casas.
Tambldn fue revelado an
iueites allegadas al BUR, que
S Aoclaction Naclonal de 4iu-
cadoras, consideraba propUectsa
per quinlentas carma para .-a.
Otro detalles interesante en
e:t,' operaciln es que oualquier
p onas quoe teongin errene,
sOu cas all, con lo cual le al-
drA much mas barata.

CpIa drog
deomotr6 que inuchom investi-
'gadorea habian conflrmado que
el "Cortisone" produce mucha
me soria en los caos de artrl-
Ui reumatica. Tamblt dq.
qW un 4etalle muy porO q@o-
cide es que la mejolua O. l
$5 par clnto de lam asaW-'la-
t di radio mientrae dkd6. ~
aWeaion del "Cortleone".
recaidas ocurren tuagd
tcle el tratamlento. UI problem
Nm ,medico es el d ddar ilfl-
cient" cantidades de "CortLB -
rie" a los paclentes durante -a
pf4Odo de cuatro a sets meaMt
o mas. sin el pellgro de q-a
loa efecto smean contrpi-

I-Hospital Goargau fii l ,
de Is hospitals amerfeals .a
eft autormb el Io
dOM r y cuan ado l ls-

Utnas to. .

de Sashed

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Fort G lck' Ren sayr IaN
loa ttadwes Ual4. eotro de
Durane to dp o~mento r01n6
gran animalcin eatoe ls pre-
COampiaOs do hoy
2i sefeori don Wencealao O Gal-
tAn celebra ho*,a ba ble na-
tales. Por et inied 'le hace-
mos Ulegar -juestroe saludos.
CampilfoI, do manapa
La niU C.laret1Oa hbja
del hogg d hae ChTl se y
seoMra Zodalde deoChaue,. asgu
magnas doingo., n.u -s.nuLeles.
Vayan pars .mutba heatrau
efiLtaetLona _y dseaeos .porqe
teaseje muAchos, seos ms de
vida. ..%

Tamblds clampleahos mafslt
us d.mingo, asl o Duanmel LU.
_ter ., a. Jaur .d,
leaor Cciaitaiipir
la de Clark. Hat- Ounmd,-
nt. dande reside con sum feat-
liarsa, le hacemoa lieger B w s-
ielito nauestras feltictselonea.
Del Club IaInkOMen rleamoe d
Majer., Capitqpo 1. I n

Parm cooperar en la campa-
.ia que e etA levando a ca-
be contra el polio, la Junta dl-
reetiva del Club Inteuamerica-
no de Mujore, Capitulo de Co-
O6ut Ia resuelto suspender el
tI isecsual que debia efectuar-
se el 22 de los cortlentes. Los
fondos colectados SerAn deati-
nad(p pera ayudar a la cam-
paRis referlda.
Tambltn resolvt6 la junta dl-
rectiva abrlr Una colecta volun-
tat entire todaL ua soclas o al
el prop6sito dl aumentar
tunma de dino a
caas a eat SL
das las socisq rs qoSn-i
tribuir pueden depositar sut
6bolo en la a cu del club,' ii-
tuada en eale b y Avenuda

El Octavo

'ldias de Corea. En General
eontinu6 diclendo: "flte bo-
mando mantendra sue posaiel-
nel milltares en Core&s por to-
'it-el temper ---- trfl fltt
Unidas to dolidaln 1-TWMaieu
dUo que el Oero lE)e6rto -de-
cidido y sin denrror" eatt eu-
perando a que las Cancllerias
del mundo tinen unsa declasa
sabre 1o que haran con loW Co0,
iunisltas Chinos per u -rti-
cIpael6n en la i es a do e o a.
General M Ai r t d EW0.,
"Tenlendo en eoader que
todo oeX podero ude. iw^RQhk' Co-
mam.sta esta a la d14
para luchar comntra eel-
Uvamente pequeio Cimando,
solamente la ewtrutegls 7 tat
mmalobra puesdn esitar ts,
p4rdlds Inherentes a I, lukoh
deaproporolonada en que :sa2w
enewtramos". '"n 2 at s -ntl-
do, 'nos estames doeaepefan-
d Muy bleat".
Dsta as a OqtA &YTR txCquor
hae el GOneral MaA'thr at.
reate. pro -s pcrtnr O
que Iar an

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wMuvm. reaucmie a onMce s*asteros y
agfrog tin Pedato.
Ia Abel Per6n, el WafIftnt. de Ar-
ui. s gentina, dijo is mImMbros de -
$a Confederael6n de deportee uncwdn dMedlas-
A A. de aquel Iupr. "todo | dero op el de
lque necealten lo tend tl'y si e""n
no as safltciente mAt le l Ida-
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el dinero quneo casen no 1o film dram&tico y human!
StondrAn ParUe.., "EL DESTINO MANDA"
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