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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Looms In Korea

Red Re tance

S I VA va ces

TOKYO, Jan. 30 (UP) -.United Nations spearthddS
rg ned into the "ain Communist defense line below Seeos
to y but gained only'a few hundred yards goain thii
heaviest Rpd opposition yet in the five-day-old ofnn
Some 8th Army units advanced. up to six miles on
flanks, 'but the tanks nd infantry leading the a*ai.
north of Siwon ran into withering Communist fir tlrt
brought them almost to a halt .
An 8th Army spokesman
BDlish ress- Backs I th ..heaviest oual.
thp offensive. He
Al 's Pa -ever, tha t the e are far
tlow Me terrific loss esbl
ted on the entrenched
Reain t Driv S 40 miles o..
Seoql, an Allied relief olt
LJNDON, Jan. 30 (UP) The "h Its way through
BriArsh re u both Consrva- munlt liner and rescued an
the and pro.goverment -- al- led pt rom ofenglrclement. "
most unanimously endorsed had bee cut off slhe dust
Prime Minister Clement Attlee's y terda
,07~,4ir-pund rearmment On the eastern end of thI.
drte. Bltthre welereg erva.- nt., South Korean
tlons abOUt the accompanying t t into KangMR late
Arqy "acahup." lIn the wake of blasting
rocket and strafing. ff
The beftits of calling up M4.- 1-66 Sabre Jets ad'
000 map for a 1T-day rlteshrwr det ot .o
prlod were quest owned W such 16 the, farthest ot 4
td erltl a thea' !1a ktNi4 nd tinwS?* "M b

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w Jf p aofth t:aim "Lea, Pam" r .. one of the 0$l
a Jf. s- an, j^ tE be mailed ISA desisst
inen. Lter If wiU iw- Ipecib.o w thin areg Maw TMzE Ia. 30 (UP) their round-the
iageB ate oiunn t. ?f' delivery of the frsm A S Sd sW t of the meat of Inchon-wet coat ig
oincreala. L *n reaer b w the nelte5 toflre to the offie Utd States to as frigid for Seoul.
et above Jan. L tot r *deA without( S HelSdine*htsl blasts from the tukon rode all Latest.reports told of the.
SAt Uo "th afeo t- lt and distribution wu the wa to the Oulf of Mexico utruotioh of 13 lIrge
Congronal iim- P aP1ee ong'sg- for year. several months this and spread or the whole oun- buildings and dame to
.... wer- hreld .a i "dis- Pr1 been n for year.ase of the Camnl reo r tr Ieer t the PacIfi Coast and B-20 Buperfortrame aced
Wbw bhad A .M t Wrnus'r usalon at which aone w w with ndny obstaclee t order ton lsn t nJuly which an southern Florida. aerial offensive. TrT hey lt
Noaes cast douBt S ect lose of thojands of-its readers. 'many deal ations and e- Wintry weather was blamed through havy weather to
leore flernment have miiseU al Ifpl number within the Ca- for at least 93 deaths, according Pyong ang wit.l more than..,
S of frte s e. MA d itt e** DpIer.n Later,a. nal- ailroad organisation to a United Press survey, tons o general purpose bombr n
sqaptllN "',- to reeei.aon wmaore p4i t0 alon o wpoiton wated A special information sheet-tIn Hundreds of other ABled air.
Sao and ger e al by creat specialO the new directory explains the Of thee. S9 died in traffic ac- craft hlt targets all across :"
3l>MMB^ tPrea nc control mulnd waS any creato sing po.a Jg i system of prefixes whkh mustbe eldents on Icy highways, 18 in rea-both elose to the trost sac
....m. In ployment offee, in turn, pu1 used with the numbers shw fires, five from freezing and ex- far to the rear,. Mnibhtbomb i
____ _____ __d Spepneweeer the owice d b the book In d~t alngrmy, Nva re, I lght in airplane mis- ers spotted morate n 400 :
as pthe uls e whed of seSand Panama numbers. Special htp and three from mlscellane- munist suppi -
SW ewm~ar 'ia o-, AWp U published, of corse. 5 AttenUon Is directed to tht' ee o ocausi south, and or dett-
lS M hue, Wae S Led- Some- acfd ei th. government banned the oe of persons who now attme m t O rding lto the U. Weather Meanwhile as1 Gen. d
Ice*a f Te r 5l5lre- paper r m thewwrehouse on Sundays. The tet to complete telephone calstf bureau. M. Almond of the U.S. 1,t
TAPlIOrusa, Uif 30 i nI ed. oveet e wned do w W" 4-p La. Prensa late one Saturday iout the u of he prxe Bub-sero ahrenheit tempers- Corps d the press that Co
S7 ?e tttree we reported asfarsuth Narth Kpreln ttch CIrnh "J a
ta"nfl ,- en Pae a.. s eAxas, southern Missouri and poised to trie at bur fr and
a t rgn Will Co hrugh Service Luscious Liz Weeps As Judge

*"eu w Men_On Zone x Fr tLA o tUS Grants Divorce from Nicky
la someone baa to a Pan Aserican Airways and Eis&-to mum
t ,wlh ploysehere ant ? promg t@pi'vide throughpane kahe h Taylor, sobbing so rio- to me lIv public and whenhedldv-
I-comeS taxr a srseteef romd v -arious La nAm r- lently she couldn't tell the judge he tried to pick a fight," she alid --
sha" --nds" o- -"* ethee-ad, the employee aeean point. to New York and about her six months and 25-aay as tears streamed from her violes
-'"c- ...rb the Ca- aider the retroactive tag toth northeastern cities in the marriage, won a divorce from eyes.y"Hedwastrude aind t iong
nal; me'sa"" United States such as Boston, hotel heIr Nicky Hiton yesterday After the 30-minute seselon,
lop ftha imp aHe wi Al re r ThIe tint
Szu r snce the ta m Miami e 18-year-old beauty, thin 'ranci Taylor. tried to shield her
TBhemeal |ae t1*y on the uclblityof ri btting the gon est tand wlleivei T proposal la subject toa and nervous, broke down on the from photographers. finally she
eue Wqr d War veote qt i- the 3r tax facts with which Dto lby the Civil Aeronautics vitaes stand and wept so hard rushed for a conference still cry-
-s y '^ d *" fo .wh h d r w~ t ^~ t d a h j i ^f ~ y p~Ba before It can be effectivat- th$Attflflhl"v W"la wierge had lag.
S5aewhen lyesvnt thatfrom Wing P.American pmenger8 era- ."Otheir honeymoon In France eon, wife of actor Mhrehal. .-
wouldr-m"ltT wa"y s be a waia oew emnel gY n I heul tn to5055C b- jj.rin Havana, Kingston Ba- he epent most of his time away Thompson, earlier testified Bis- ';
--s coeitee i Bree yonchedd to a: moeSeh Buldior Panama s weh eas from her," the lawyer told Judge beth "had lost a lot of weight And
teasl I M n trn ewlm s would nthe lt, a the oring and left around Euron k
?tUnionrSe t"- gnS3SlTrades a flewYork and other ponLt. hr li go home alone." Liz started married life May .
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WMLy sallings to New Work, Los Angeles and Seattle.
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T eu n airport looks SO.
Navy training station theea dg |
Twenty tol30 officers and msn
of the Chilean Navy have be-t
arriving at Tocumen dall~ tinue
Sundayy en route to Philaelphla.
They are part of a 140-man ac .
Pungent which is going to matbe a
lrt css Brooklyn and NaC -
e w Chile has purchasd It
from the United States.
Capt Donald McIntyre, officer
in charge of the ships, arrived S
Mia t by PAA Jan. 19 with V tn
of t4 officers and men. He siu t
the two crusers are being named a6
the O'H1gklns and Pratt and will t
return to Chile. via the Canal. a
Thirty of the Chileans speak a w
brief time at Toeumen yesterday
morning. Another group had gone Il
through Sunday and e r
due today, tomorrow, 'Thurmay
and mex Sunday. They arMe r
driving from Santiago via Pana-
gra. g
BiN Dam ..
Traffic northbound through u
Canal was heavy yesterday. C
Twelve large ships and four smai' g
five however e
Slated for transit today were
about nine ships north and *e- 1
ven to eightt southbound.
Due in Balboa for transit on ar-
rival was the Johnson Uine's
Lions ate, out of Vanoouver oi
Europe. She has aboard si
sengen for the Isthmus.
Lios Gate Is on the last half of
her second round trip.

yther lar shipment of
Another large shipment of
towa Panama shrimp left To-

Au Manufacturers

Await GovernmepI

Word For Pricke Rise
DETROIT, Jan. 30 (UP)-Aulto
manufacturers will not rush to
Washington seeking price in-
creases under the "relief" clause
of wage-prise freeze, it was be-
lieved here.
But this attitude Is based on
the premise that the government
s planning to permit them to
boost car prices anyway. The only
questions to be answered are
"when" and "how much."
One spokesman said "we are
acting in good faith and we as-
sume thwSovernment was acting
la good faith when they called us
to'Wasshn to work out equit-
able price -dusoents."
"Were willing to wait and see
what happens," he said.
In recent conferences, industry
representatives and price admin-
istration officials have been dis-
cuesing an auto pricing formula
devised by John M. Hancock,
New York banker.
Industry leaders had expected
the still-secret formula to be ap-
proved several day ago. 9ut they/
are willing to wait a "reasonable
length of time" for the Govern-
ment to act, another source aaid.
"However," he addes "unionle
the Hancock fitrula -r some
other formula is approved y-ou
can bet you boots well be back
knocking on doors Ior immediate
price increases."
Last night's frees did not
mention automobile specifically.
However, car prices were rolled
back Dec. 18 to Deo. 1 levels.
The nationwide price free, in
effect, wis additional penalty for
auto makers. For *W1L other
prices were perMitted toTise un-
til last night, prices'o"A 11 mo-
dels were frozen to t 19N0 levels
by the Economic StabIllsatlon

Huk Guerrillas
Kill 2 Americans
In Philippines

MANILA. Jan. 30 (IP).- Two
Americans were kilted and one
seriously wounded Ina a guerrilla
ambush near Macaben in Que-
don Province about 200 miles
southeast of Manila. A telegram
from the mayor said Philippine
troops had rushed to the scene.
The Americans wee from the
29th EngItneer Topographi c a l
Battalion whose field teams are
surveying the Philippines under
the military uasstan acLt.
The guerrillas are lieved to
be Communist-led Nukbalahaps.

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Panama mail
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Few players understd the
difference between an o0eng
bid and an overcall. It may be
seen in the hand shown today.
East didn't have a great deal
more for bis opening bid at o
spade than South hAo ot the
overcall of two hearta.H wr
it is much safer toi a Yela
opening bid than wIlfl s Lt
How often do yu' iht
badly when ou haveopened the
bidding with a rock-bottom mintk
mum bid? Very seldom because
It Is very difficult Sof the oppo-
nents to _clostqjaw'f the trap
on you. .If l o f:4 the doubles,
the other usually ba; andyou're
out of the trip., ~they d o
double, your lotass l
An overcall mois p
ished. One oppono raly
announced strben y b s of
an opening bid. ettpo-
nent can rely on
when he doubles the W.
South had a good ohabm hto
learn all these bad fstt hen
he played the hand.fWet opened
the seven of spade, L t fst won
a finesse with the ea. ft
shifted to the kig o- diamond
forcinout out Soth' pe.
Both next led ,.-lub West
winning with t i West ld
a spade to his p 41Oe, 4ad
East then caihedr li a d
Jack of diamonds, ast. d a'third
spade, for hispatner to ru, and
West then cashed the ee of club.
By this time,. South's .bhad l ad
been stripped to htrflve trumps.
He had already lot seen tricks
and was bound to elo two more
tricks to West's trunps.
It cost South 1100 pointe to dis-
cover that an overall Is a 'lan-
gerous bid to make on a flimsy

Q-With both des vulnerable,
the player at your r t deals and
bids one spade. You bdald Spade
3. Heart D-Q-l-9--4, -Diamond
K-J-9-4, Club 8-2. What do you
A-Bid two hear. Thie haud
would not be wort m open-
la bid, but it Is weat as eves
ca. You can em a-inWy eqet
te win four or fve har siso
and one or two d Mhia Ys. u Y
would be wey u a= to wte
fewer than sx trIt.a wli t h i

With both sides wanerable, the
player at your left,de anad bide
one spades, your pirtm" bids tao
hearts, and the
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4 C ovpltrBSy fd farewell

LoDO wt Col.* Surles

sel Drop at the Crossing of the
Upon his return to the United
States he was a member of the
Military Staff Comnittee of the
United Natiopn until his assign-
ment to the Caribbean Command

M' *lel Srfes has been award-
be 4 on of Merit, the Bronze
.. ,th9 A1my Commeadation
i In u d the 8elgan Croix de
"Goodbye andeGod iess You,"
hit lit words 4.o his men, were
re.c to-hM-tlilently, as the
o41 Cavhly *uheGb from the

nif he was moet by'i
k Anderson, Chleti
The general Ih
Jes an was Informd
us subjects taught, th
of students that'.
id from the MllitaQ l1,
I h etc.
SIn the Itinerary was
itary Police Company
,ptain Denver Y. Heath.
# Commander took the
on a tour of inspection of
ply room, the day room
mess hall.
the MP ComDaP.UW

Last stop on etote of Inspec-
tion was the 20th MP Motor Pool
where let Lt. Irvin L. Cox, com-
pany motor offleek, showed the
general various vehicles used by
the motor pool and told the gen-
eral of the various functions per-
formed by the men under his
The general was then taken to
the 20th MP Cbnpamy Meas Hall
where hle and his party were the
guests of the Sector at luncheon.

Ramnigtl ihs
Aduhq DM'u-4

Trial for Periury
NEW YORK. Jan. 30 (UPs. -
Williani W. ReminMton admttped
yesterday that he beat his wife
and committed adultery but iow-
ed that he had never been a Com-
The handsome 33-year-old for-
mer Government economist end-
ed six days on the witness stand
at his trial on charges that lhe
committee perjury when he
had never been a Communist
Party member.
U. S. Attorney Irving Saypol
recalled Remngton's d I v o r c e
hearing on Nov. 3, 190 and said:
"You know that testimony was
given in those proceedings to Lth
effect that you had commUted
adultery, don't you?"
The defense objected angry.
and Saypol rephrased the ques-
"Do you now deny you commit-
ted adultery with a woman by the
name of Jape In Washington,
D. C.?"
"No," Remington replied quiet-
He said his relations wite
"Jane" occurred alter he and his
wife Ann Moos Remington. be-
came estranged. They now are di-

But Remington "most emphati-
cally" denied UIllicit 'rlaaens
"with anoth Ba In tba
spring of 1 N nmw their wt
oi a neighbors ]atr tM year.
had assaulted ht4 145 *f 17.
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Hoping To Comeback

e Tough Winter Ahead
United Press Sports Writer
W YORK, Jan. 30 (UP)-It's dates to fret over when he as-
long, tough winter for more sumes command of the Brooklyn
an a score of baseball's faded Dodgers for the first time.
who hope to follow a bad There are Ralph Branca once a
r with a comeback in 1951. 21-game winner who couldn't win
P it chers had the greatest as a starter but scored In late
edowns so they head the liFt season relief; Fireballer Rex Bar-
potential comebacks with Lef- ney who can't find the plate, and
'Joe Page of the New York Lefty Joe Hatten, who won only
ankees as the No. I candidate. two games last velr and never be-
'a a bust on the "even" years fore had won fewer than 12.
tit a peerless reliever on the odd a
nea and 1951 promises to be Harry BrheeoGeorgeMun.
bout as odd as any season since er and Ted W laof the St.
he ears of World War II. auis Crdinals also. bhA it
rough a ear eo. Wilks, a great
Page pitched the Yankees to reliever In 19. was an Injury
:ants In 1947 and 1949 but victim and worked only 24 In-
fM 8 and 1950 he lost more nings to his I18 the year be-
-mes than he won. Hi added fore.
6sly three victories and seven Kenny Hreltzelman of the
!defeats to the Yankee pennant Philadelphia Phillies won" 17 and
drive last season, lost 10 in '49 but he contributed
Virgil Trucks of the Derroit TI- only three victories and nine de-
-ra had to settle for the maxl- feats to the Phillies' pennant
inkm 25 per cent pay slash for push last season. Russ Mever was
1 because of the shoulder all- In much the same fix. Herman
nt that cut him down from a Wehneier of Cincinnati dropped
game winner in 1949 to a 3-1 1H games and Bob Rush of the
ebord last vear He went out of Chicago Cubs dropped 20.
| }ton early last season and never Also looking for brighter things
*ame back. The Tigers fought a are several players other than
e campaign but couldn't nail Ditchers who took their lumps in
e pennant without him. '50.
Gene Bearden of the Washing- In the American League. these
Senators, rookie-of-the-year include Roy Sievers of the St.
while at Cleveland in 1948, will be Louis Browns. Ted Williams of
_tiIng for a comeback. So will the Boston Red Box and Lou Bou-
x Kellner of the Philadelphia dreau, now a 'Red Socker, too.
tics, a 20-game winner in Sievers. American League top
and a 20-game loser just a rookie in '49, slipped to .236. WII-
r later. liams was injured in the All-Star
Lou Brissle of the A's is a bet- Game and wound up at .315 while
'Ur pitcher than his 7-19 record. Boudreau. player-manaser at
n the National League. Man- Cleveland, was only a part-time
|er Chuck Dressen will have performer afield.
e dandy comeback candl- Pete Reiser. one time Brooklyn

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Sandy SaddleW

Accepts Two

Caracas Bouts

NEW YORK, Jan. 30 (1U) -
Featherweight Champion Sandy
Saddler accepted two fights at
aracas next month because he
convinced Willie Pen wil not
go through with his challenge
on Feb. 23, according to Man*
ager Charley Johnston yester-
Johnston said he cabled Pro-
moter Oscar Ibarra at Caracas
that Saddler would accept non-
title ten-round matches Qn
consecutive Sundays iFeb. 11
and Feb. 18).
.His first opponent will be
Harry Laaane of Texas and the
second will be "some Latin
American lightweight."
Beadler and Pep were sche-
daled for their fourth title fight
at Madison Square Garden eb.
23. However, persistent rumOrs
said Pep's injured left shoulder
may not have recovered cem-
Pep dislocated his left shoul-
der Sept. 8 when he lost the
title back to Saddler on a tech-
nical knockout. '
star, hit only 205 at Boston but
Branch Rickey at Pittsburgh
signed him in the hope he'll come
And there's plenty of room for
improvement. according to the
record book, in the 1950 perfor-
mances of Bobby Thomson of the
New York Giants (.2521 and Wil-
lard Marshall of the Braves








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Itie Mardc

SKudos Fo
iBh T LAWLER It undoubtel
Pro Anibal 061
Open is over and the even been
Ol .or should it be working' sph
ot ie, has done It a- ronville can.
would be Johnmy
Jof course. Much was writJ
has already been tough luck, a dl
lM w *he licked the sicker and all
ever assembled and it was alt
piece should be body on the
gb s.h. Everybody had It any to
lsw was the an the long N
S eat ever staged here go around... Ie
Fraternity but not woods, his fairwi
*I 0 who made it the bad luck
t one guy is MacMur. wind up on thj
Mry WItohn, the winner, but trap to you) -g
Charl IK.bther. the trap but
.CharB 'tlays little bit right over th
ofagol (he finished pat... He
forth bit ami ng the amateurs) down and
worked f' mnthe organizine lag back hu
the t nt and getting all of the hole...
the out... He's the sible that It Wu1
One for such pros as after waltin at
Gane Joe Kirkwood. and Johnny was foe
Buddy *n coming from the So Instead of ma
BstaEd, to say nothing of the Just missed, he h
usual Latin contingent... He al-
so put -i long hours lining up
publicity, ad working on the L IA.
sponsorS, os from this corner he AJ1u m1 -
gets a great big, "Well done." D m
Otbhers io deserve kudos are t _.,A
The Natonal Brewery, swell Ilai,m .
sponsrom who put out swell beer
and foriWhom it is perfectly fit-
ting 10. ibe ociated with such
a swell tournament. -
Dont erget either the Pan-
AMerleai Airways and the
outh4E W gMI.. PAA helped Teams
amnthlwm b tourney and Tr-ias"
alo Nt the nifty prie for Cristobale ...
Johl1y: a sportsman's Ice alboa ..
.buket a (noiy... We should Diablo .....
have ad If tpture of this but ....
ou" o.Ir lagher had a eneup Tonight the.
ofat Casmanyandhi oeeupying Diablo
han tss k.any an his tteminp to outi
starts at 7:30.
Johnny and Harvey Breaux, of Paul Deweys
MiaOl, and Kunes and Posse Uber or Earl Hi
picked up the dozens of Dunlop squad.
"Famous U" golf balls for their
efforts and Posse also came in for The Mottamen
the six bottles of Kng's Ransom lead of six runs L
whisky put up by Abbe Sanger for frame off Fred
the player getting the most bird- night at Mt. R
lea... The Iceman from Cali had rode through to l
16 of them, which Is a lot of bird. win. Baczewakl.
les even on a duck hunt. start, recovered
five hits allowing
There were 15 prizes in all and over the last eig
a nice touch was added by the d Otey got theI
firms who donated six bottles of a the season M
rfume for the wives ard girl thm put him ,oI
rends of the six leading amai" li the sixth in1
tours... Tak- a ,the ---w for thi sp"fmne M.UU ,-
were 1. L. Maduro, Felix Mpdaro
Motta's and Llkd&& Maduro. t' Dve for Mtt
There was some bickering by nine bae hits,
the pros who say they are used two r~n. Scooter
to more velvety greens but this a field day as h
corner and every local golfer deep shortstop p(
couldn't say too much about the eral occasions
swell condition of the course plays to rob the
*--- --- *-* ---- sehMa.

Soda .en Increase hits.
vamsiemlbig runs. Scoo
walked to openV
Leadlf 1 r l Uwent to second o0
Lead fo Fullae -i- o,
O IRudy Otey reach,
A ms __ error and Kubs
Over Slpping Yanks ingle into
the bases. Walt.
a base on balls t
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE Hoshorek from th
beok blasted a triol
The Standins terlfeld driving in
Teams W L Pot. ki, and Moryn. C
Spur Sola 14 9 .0N was safe on Hprd
Carta Vleja 14 11 .680 Dabak scored the
Cerveceria 11 16 .440 the inning. Johnny
Chesterfield 9 14 .31 a double and LeBr

The Cerveceria Brewers and
Chesterfield Smokers are sched-
uled to clash tonight at the Pan-
ama Stadium in their fight for
the cellar. The game stasta at
Yesterday the Spur Cola team
moved a full game ahead of the
Cart Vieja Yankees by scoring a
5-3 victory over the Smokers in a
game called in the eighth inning
on, account of darkness.
The Smokers had pushed over
four runs in their half of the
eighth and were ahead 7-5 when
the ump called the game and re-
verted the score to the seventh
Over in Colon the Carta Vieja
Yankees continued their slump
by dropping a 4-3 decision to the

Pan Lquido Beats
Star And Herald For
Fourth Straight .Win
At Ancon Laundry Field yes-
terday afternoon the Pan Liqul-
do Beermen defeated the Star &
Herald team 5-1 for their fourth
straight win.
The Newsboys started the scor-
ing in their half of the second
inning when Hooper reached first
base on an error and scored on
Jutzy's single. However, George
Riley after allowing A bunt sI-
gle n the first and the aforp-
mentioned hit settled down and
held the Coppers scweles the
rest of the way.
The Beermen tie. h; score at
one-all in the bo the see-
ond inning with B1l erdou-
bling and scoring on eorge RU-

winners in hN
and fifth Iin4 .
quldo seared e
tato ke
Al Rusted, P.u
D" lft wVA-is'u

Olausel was Ol k
ba, BSacuewski t
the first out. l

t A

Pihibut If
riheunte one
Wichhe]a we k
ke a bo- won

very l

tS ant two -.
hw ur, and
e : also.
*n t a r 1..0 las

l Not them
k ie Kull-
t seu them to

Dave West-
i of 7, while
krp ft all
Dave is only
to boot.
d a rise for
t make a sin-
first 36 holes,
o would have

..boa Tonight;

u Adds Another

The Standings
Won LoMt Pet.
....... .............. n .6 4
.......0.......... 8 10 444
...................... 7 .368
.eeot*Phfae Balboa 4rewrs take on the cellar
I mIIuu Uommas at the Balboa Stadium In an
the Cd@tobal Mottas' leane lead. The game
is sldtq to start for the Brewqr while John
older will toe the mound. for the Montezuma

got an early
in the Oening
Baczewsaki last
lope Partk and
a seven to two
after a bad
and scattered
Only aone run
ht frames. Ru-
first heave-ho
i Umpire Ora-
t .of the game
ning for nusng
weoi the dis-
ms he scattered
obi-wig only
roshorek had
e plunged into
ositlon on sev-
making .great
opposition of
d on Baezews-
frame for sia
tar Koshoret
the game and
i a wild pitch.
ed first on an
ki blooped a
rfield to load
Morvn worked
o force home
third. Ray Da-
le' to left cen-
in Otey. Kuba-
harley LeBrun
lin'. error and
e fifth run of.
y Clausael lace4
run rode home.
:ed of second
n Hardin, for
Corthirst and

Firmen's Insurance
WKips Summit Radio
TI an extra Innlne ball game
that was well played throughout
eight frames the Firemen's Insu-
rance softball team downed the
Summit Radio nine on Sunday
afternoon at the Summit dia-
Bodner, on the mound for Sum-
mit, held the Insurancemen in
check for seven innings but a
three-run four-bagger by Jones
in the eighth proved his undoing.
Croteau starred behind the
plate for Summit and chipped in
with two hits In four tries to-
gether with Smith.
Enormous quantities of the am-
ber fluid were consumed by the
ballplayers after the same which
ws playd under a bllsterins' sun.
-Fir em s Insurance- AR H 8
McArthur. If........4 2 2
Pe Ood, b........ 3 1 1
Turner, c-2b .. .. .. 2 1 1
Sehd rt-cf.. .. .. 4 0
Anderson, lb... 4 1 0
k.. ........4 1 1
Lennivllle, c........ 4 2 2
Bowen. c .......... 1 1 0
Jon .i b-c. .... .... 2 0 1
Salisbury, rf ....... 2 0 0
Total ............ 35 9 10
Summit adi-o AB V B
Smlth, 2b .......... 5 3 0
Sugreni,.. ...... ..

Ueafoo1........... 1 l
ne l. ..........4 0
.soue p .... .... 1 0 q
Totals.. .... .. ..a..9
k'^^-*' 'A h* 4.- *_ -.

Thomas got base hits but Hos-
horek and Otey ended the rally
flying out.
Big 3d acMewski settled
down and twirled a great game
the rest of the w. The Motta-
men scored & lone run In the
sixth 'when lt rtdn walked,
went to thrtd on Clausel's single
and scored qn a fly out to right
field by Thded. '
The Brewers there nine
hits but were on l to
them in the. d
ranges. O ar m. '
ls ballandtwa
coupled with Koth spark-
Hng fielding, aided Tomu to
hold Balboa in check. In the
second inning Orady Wilso
singled, moved to second on a
fielder's choice, and eame In to
score on Paul Dewey's base
knock. Three hits in the; sixth
rame the Brewers their only
other score of te of the game. ud
Kardin singled but was foefed
out at second base as Lee Leftw-
ridge grounded to Rudy Otey. A
wild pitch moved Leftrldge to
second and went on to third
base when Harry BIlott hit a
sort single into right field. Wil-
on slashed a base hit into'left
field ang Leftrldgp and mov-
ing Ntott second base. New-
ton Cox and Paul Dowey
gprounmded out ending the 1ning1
and the scoring for Balboa' for
the inning.

Little League


Wednesday evening will see the
final meeting for the purpose of
organizing Little League efforts
On the Atlantic side. It will be
held at the Margarita Clubhouse
at seven p m.
A representative from the Pa-
efie Little League will be present,
and all adults of the Atlantic side
who re interested n younpaters
and ebaill are Invited to be
It is expected that the last
framnblee will go to some Inter-
ested person or business firm.
and, as il Morand, a sponsor of
one of the teams, said recently.
"fn these days of the fifty-cent
dollar, where can you have as
much fun for your money as you
can get masterminding one of
these midget teams through a
All persons already connected
with Little League Baseball aft
ged to be present at this meet-

Kirkwood To Give
Exhibition At
Amodor Tomorrow
The unIted States A rmy aif-
of the th e Gotte n w ho iw e n
Co dy Gofr Joe L ,
I W W '.-


scrapn m l la Mit
rule. Frenea on.I
varsity aiblotlpa wfl begi with


Hunters, plinkers, "Wildcat"
loaders and othen wl. saoott
special calibers not Inlutaed n
regular target competto have
often emphatially stated just
what they would do btoen .f-,
!et shooters "if I could a0i 11
hem to compete agailan-
Hornet (of Wasp, or K- X m ;A
.26 Roberts, aof.nmers ma tu
or whatever) O even termal"'T
target shoter on the
hand, have; looked W4
their tarik caUMt a
and- the m en "albra,!tr
as their view 1.t al.N

The 90 abt-1b l fat -lo tWift t
IM going to be de ;ed; %aft*w -i
lashimon. On Sunday'nextatt5
a=. at the
Fhr Fan range, there m.*ljirh4
a Match at 00 yards for suy _fi
amn any sights any caliber, fro
the lowly .3 tohe elephant quX
This match should bring o ev-
erything from pre-ClvUl War
muskets, through the old 40-10
pringfield, to the 18-pouend iM
rle with set tgger
and a small boy to hold up 19
front end. .* r. .
In a rivalry like this. friendship
goes out of the window/ax.e4a
erybody will be out to win. We ll
know that no shooter is a Jeal-
ous of his perso-nal skIll be Iof
the superiority of his t rifle,
and they will all be outto prove
that "my special necked down
.64 yelowjacket with 180 es
of atomic powder tamped .int the
ase in a drill press Is the.hott
load since Robn Hood's bowad
arrow." We only hope that at tei
end of the match some it thges
special barrels don't end up look-
ing like a bunch of celery.
Well, this is it boysi unday
Feb. 4, Balboa Gun Club 200-yard
range at Far Fan, at 9 a.m. i the
tire and place. Ten shots prone
and 10 shots standing is tthe
course. The rifle is anything you
like. Any caliber, any weightany
trigger pull, any sights, and the
target to be used is the standard
NRA 200-yard target. That tO-
inch-ten ring at 200 yards will
give you all a chance to show e
super-accuracy of tat W= -
grain bullet in a 37W-Inch barred
that you've been boasting about
for years. One dollar Is et
fee, and this time the -r.a will
i n the form of all-una&"ta,
tMe amount you let to deend On
the number of etries.
i m m a mm

yabnervi ~e r d ISO
VA. -

TSwlan I ean l
taddadutd wen an

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S"and th .e. u ,- d. o_
gron. "-d h -

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pre asure .

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Bela an press;

e Ioeratlho onha

asked to help the The other
t0D~ase r and watcch-
tp the project by
3l ocodren the dab-
In the area.
pe sS S ? for this oreo te Pooel.e, s., w. c
ituaticoanufactured ya
Sond tion re Company in onh, a i art
tAmda."e the Municipal .hrdn r o
..opa :u" .' tMix Plaent.
tl rk s junderth l
e. oColemran,,

ofe ts ip f hs raro-n*- nes Po tine d
o bte* ,Southern Disrtt r t.Live "
OInve certaan rn Dislon. htr

Bdward GolugCehrbwh
.Jan.. "0 ; .i at 3: at t
a'-: e"".. ,-_" ....- ..subject to re W.1,.d
_M.tEdward .p

outAr. .t- iy aced I took Into considers- New York and
.- .of er th and the of Panama City. They
t18-year-old.e t15 'yrubtedly was in- PETW AT DUPIDA Mr. ad Mrs. Frits L Willams C
i.yMcGrath, T; .enry-" to 15 yearsi foster father, a M u wee entertained at a no-host par at he Hote Critobal ad were their I
Attorney, isp.M ATade sentenoes10W 1 to t1945. ADN the oWae Saturday Jan. 37th. Mr; WiaMs, who re. e- ut.
In Costa Rica. AT guillotine for a' news agelicy ently s as Chief Admeasurer of the Canal Zone, has
--a--. AN "People's" P0 been Sft e M .himussince 1110. Mrs. Williams arrived here Datum AuxIllary
m,. Johns N Aand West yr-" ed by two ll Iij the nursing staff of (olevi HospitaL The Wora's Aa
,, .. .... a--------n D on frl .ea B
t o trfel"he criedd 4 *. d 8e nxt day's Com- i(Litenant Cam slatant seretar-treasurer, w hart
tt ro,. r ii t.e poAl Sceman.VE o ho W E D I W Wim J. Meagher oK. M. Meeks, U9; color bearer. Willam aedd t o .
.R ._ 7 tth." p m he policeman olte At the hrletening of WO Walter L. Cassidy, USNR. and A ladies of the, h
WithFlad c1 escapee but he re- al leen Frances chaplain. Lt. Comdr. M. A. Coqk-c. i in
*",-ad -a m)"warmongering and -te@d fu -a nciple to flee Semr th Infanst daughter of son, UU con t aten a
murder," tha court and gM Mr. s. S. J. .Shdt of Mr. nest Slocum, one of the
Sher friends death -w mb C w eh took. p e a t senior members of the orn-
Iu"-e new ermt 1: JSunday atte Coco tion was honored during the eve-
EwhoM llaw.0 r N m -q a ,eL e baby ning, as was Lt. Comdr. We*le,
0D' o n q O OF The East German Govorefnt was boeW -Des.51 in the Coco who Is leaving the early part of
!wasdelugewith Solo ,f BlaNpit' a- February for duty In Virwin
.. eetIn-al. t- for Dancing t delegr msu o protest, sota lc rol n EmplOye The EEopumets we the The past resident's jewe was
aflMir a ericanuavorites as far as the United tates. Stud- sent anddle of tthe Infant, resented the retiring president.,
,an1Ut r wl's Nest ent mass meetings we held all Mr. Jeme othmidt of Fort inappreciation of his work dur-
t r dOff over West Gean. o -Mic he ll, Kentucky, sao Mrs. Ing 50.
fihe A nd14Miss Ji Anoer a ls G a Jr e li--abeth Schmid t, ee _... of Obtain-
t hweW.ednesaJa n A t In Th.--ose ld attending the dinnilerg
bore. observers tRthe bes t inrAtlantic sheg M d romdrMd MrWs.B.DhlRsm
tm .s .oLdE MS-OIqD Nor duited l Atlantic re. and Mrs hmdt received Maybelle Thomapn, Judge and
at D. b 666 Cfl Ma1 Salon v oftlunn ACom&and ik JA Aw tfr
tA eert ago !dits sany r en l eRd a O-- oe l' g toean ,- their friends at andn I normal re- M .tho v tie dtctr. e
many' O ore e cenft- tils on al I ye c r at received start-.

By- Von H iMl 9 wa sr5r I es ol d.o ,nT t .lntl 2:T0 Comm.,If a
Forr.oth D,.,a rnr o Dn tee oo,. Old r with UMr.
Mo 4 : F S1 I A ECO FLOm e lORgewrhte cake CR ,u rr eIu Mr.
M-rs. .-" lt Coco Solo Offers l r rre:re. Sa:nl.eam ilton., the tner. n
the-a. ".a
Ila Meet* Adtwaswhitwe-ROAM-1110sata -The g in ., sw net d Mrs. Fe ble- hite.
..1. 9anspohhret bookmwereH.Chap lea he,. rL nSlcumW and Mrs Kor
.......... ......nD"othi meeM anck T heLtr. E ndMrs.D. a BW, .
,a0ra gt ."IMD.t 0 C'.eow asandativro ale ba nddgeM. L.a ecenlor W.a sort
w A- lecto r"h Ieb-Ts OOffrsll y He was a naivhe otf w ta ,T Mr. George ancsmon. eMr. andr .DwCapt. and Mrs. F. D. Stev. 'm
Aft't toue a rlau Roep t. Caone lbanRd C, : nf: ofe and sc. Whlttlngton,
Vs.Oe J0 ATkcook B r1:A W OR a i garbage W LMrsae leN'gRoepke, ClMl atiUmA. h. Mr. and MN MIiOei F. Green brrehter wih Pw
Pw @ ruretpon. afOamryek iaiLCoethe AT WORnlogy Atrlea.?me t.m .toRowley, Mr. and Mrs. 0.E.By1. od, and Mrd. ad Mr. J.3. Smith of
D--ld .aU :ohrnU.._l,7'MrsA, E, Beverly Turner, and e&E- Balboa Halkhto, Mr. and Mrs. Roy
.all.. ..I/.-". 3RoAaleeyTurner,. e Mr. and Mrs..M.S tof
: G ,Utah.(UP)I.fellePearce, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Wad- a Sad ri. .
asl*230aeep in Ce'fomiand wake upm..__ nde a=.- dellMis Fsmdith Stoll, Mr. Ros andglrs. St'ford ChurchillN Sgt.
b.-l s. --l-l... nke Mi and Mrs. t M rs. TJ. Polite, W. 0. and. a sl
eep In a rail-.sNoonan, Mr..and eorge M. .Mis Rita Cassidy, sad im btlllau lusteI
--a.--. Judge "Sig e youre so tired l -oe, Mr. andaMrs. Hubert Hart
"k c IF4:00-MuM sWlt Words sid the ud can sleep 3 He Is survived fly m i nwits e uenda an H ubetH, Bears; Lt. (jg) lls, .Capt. Jones you sure sO
mnumaJi .- Lus-t& tzitu. at more dasIjail,"asonH arold Ea. Jr. _Ka thleen and N Ma.rc .Du~pte, and CWO and Mrs. R. L. Harnll-
ton, Kathleen.and NancyY...'eV.
Mr.and Mrs. Doyle n Pr S ton.
62- A__& _.w .Wray, Randy and tred Is

MVIEW nDinner Insaltotee of the Girl Scouts entertained with your
t__J-St.-T,-----u-ouisJTde atlonce Bo~urn., a-with a tea at the Hotel WashIn-
.TheN ationaleS ojourners.Ca-dan TheNafternoonofor:$,Cs
(Viva .Vm~i 8: fic-~ flierss for the comingiyear at 2 of the Girl Souts.
d. ereS.Oe"im Coco Solo Offliers' Club Satur- Mrs, Stanley Hamiton, the new Pr
8:30ECo*-019 f 5,0-CUSA dayevening, president Mr. Charles Whitaker
is.. t bVOA1.t"rdt.oComdr. A. H. Wehle, the re- and vice-resicdent and Miss Mary wi

fl the xplukdte tiofrsymbols: ner e USA; vide-presldent. Capt. afternoon sad had the oppor-

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ME:. 1950 Studeboker,
lite coupe, radio, plastic cov-
W, finance available, Navy 3564.
SALE:-Chevrolet 8 Convert-
ible, can be financed/for informao-
6.tion call or see Mr. rank Aleman
,. to v Paredes. / __

FOR SALE-1950 Ppntioc Stream-
Irner 2-door, WSW tires, rodo.
- color starlight blue, 6.000 miles
Berger Cristobel 3-2111.

fw lSALE: 1950 Renault. duty
* hid. excellent condition. Leaving
for States this week. No 6 East.
'49th Street. Bella Vista. apartment
i. telephone Panama 3-1684.

1nR SALE:-1939 Chevrolet Coach
Sirfith radio and good tires $290.
also one set of golf clubs with bag
uL.and'bolls $55 00, Diablo Fire Sta-
tion. any time


I. SALE: 1947 Nash 600, 4
.door, radio. $775 00. Phone Al-
brook 86-4239.


.OR SALE:-1946 Ford Convertble.
good rubber, radio, new top, good
-lMchanical condition. BLUE-BOOK
Io $755. Must sell before Feb
.?--,- $675.00, call Beckmer 5757-
b lablo.



SALE:-1950 DeSoto Custom
Club Coupe. Can be financed
Phone 3-2184. House 141, New
U;. In Town

;. r Yeur Cedillec Pntie
S Paoeme Tel 2-0870

S -a RBoats & Motors
I NEED 60 cycle 3-4 H. P. Motor.
Will buy or trade for 25 cycle mo-
tor. Write M. Roth. Box 347 Bal-
" boo.

S "HouBes
FOR RENT:-Completely furnished
concrete house, chalet 2 bedrooms
rood focing Poit;lla Airfield No
3 109. Call 3-0553
A- FOR SALE:-Concrete house ot Sea
Cliff Acres. One mile from Santa
r Clara. Completely furnished, all
S tile floors two bedrooms, living,
-". diningroom. kitchen, and both.
Rock Gas Stove, Servel Ice Box, 4
i new beds, 4 new mattress. 2 new
dressers. 2 night tables, dining
fable, kitchen table 6 ckair.
ci ouch, lamps and misc. fbols. Pro-
Cr. ~ py all fenced in. clear title. Price
T9er auick sale, $4,200. Phone 2-
S" 1387.

Pheoe I-532=
S Down ramanree l .s
g 4 1111eant II 1sig
-* Loa with pavrd treet rona
1.00 SMq miter
Sror Rent Hear. eaulnumi
Sfor nd leveling
We t Luetr at Lon ermli
a Lot Club .1 13 00 weeky

Misceaneou n
Seve $10.00
LO II1 f
Sumerit 1:1.5
SumBer f:2
edjelning I ntmtilse Hatel
FOR SALE: Thirteen gas stoves
some in fairly good condition. We
do not wish to sell singly. Duti-
able. All America Cables and Rao-
do Inc. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-100 Shares of America
Finance Corporation (Paenma For-
est Products Co., S. A.) $1,500.-
00. I. H. Bennett, Tel. 3-0140,
279 Central Avenue.

OR SALE: Set Spanish Lingua-
phone records pldaer and books,
$30.00, 4 used tires with tubes,
550 x 15, B.20.00, 4 foot-lockers,
I trunk $30.00. Call 25-3282 of-
ter 4 p. m.

FOR SALE :-Photographi: enlarger,
developing pairs, ferrolype plates,
12 in. electric fan, 2 waffle irons,
single cotton mattress newlyl Ken-
more 25 cycle washing machine,
sectional screen, large bamboo
chair. 12 guage shotgun. Phone
2-6393. House 0207 Herrick Rd.
FOR SALE: 20 Ft. Aux. Sloop
"Ghost." Just overhauled and re-
fitted, price reasonable. Tel. 25-
3282. After 4 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Power saw, 8", over-
size table, extras, cost $160. Sell
$85. Used 40 Hrs. 4-583. Pedro
FOR SALE: Shot gun 12 guoge.
double barrel, never used. Cost
$68.50. Sell $45. 4-583, Pedro
FOR SALE:-Bor and six stools, sock
piece and shelves, child's ward-
robe. 171-9.B, Pedro Miguel. Call
"DULCINAS."-Juice oranges, eat-
Ing oranges and grapefruits ore al-
ways of selected grade and ex-
ceptional quality. Accept only
fruit that has been stamped -'
Dulcina registered trade mark.
Sold distributors Productos No-
cionales, S. A. Telephone 2-0028.
FOR SALE: Two story building.
downstairs cement, upstairs boards.
1.000 M2. good condition, rea-
sonable price, in Via Bellsorio
Porras, San Francisco de la Cole-, No. 151. For inforjnotion ap-
ply spme house downstairs.
FOR SALE-At Rio Abolo, 1 lot with
plans to build also a 2 apartment
house with concrete service, own-
er leaving. "wvill accept down pay-
ment. Balance monthly. Commis-
sions Hall, Ancon Ave No 6, 'if
not here leave address
Help Wanted
WANTED:-Active experienced eng-
lish-Sponish Stenooropher Send
application, with full particulars at-
taching photo. Box 297, Balboa.
Cearn ballroom dancing reliable ins-
tructors Balboa YMCA Monday-
Thursday-Fridoay evenings. Sotur-
dsay p. m. to 3 p. m. Harnett &
SPOKANE. Wash. 'UP) -
The city council approved a
$125 accident repair bill for tae
accident investigation police

is i

Very Important Italian

to sell' Olive oil in tins and
drums. No use writing if not
well Introduced in the branch
with large chances of selling.
Write to:

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FOR SAL6--Al- porcelain 9*
We.tinghoMu refrigerator
Crofisman wood p w,.
deep Mso fishing tackle, Old .
convertible 501-D, Ccol. .
FOR SALE.-Phil, Refrigerato i,
Yrs. Old. $150.00. House 1-FNl011
seau. 25 Cycle. -
ing Machine, %I.40.00. Aven" I BI
FOR SALB-RefrIgerator, all
lain G. E. 8 1-2 Cu. Ft. $1 0.
Gotun 126-A, phone S-312.' v-
in. ) -
FOR SALE:--Twin mahogn W
of draw sand night a S
round mirror, Emerson radio k-
er chair, No. 6 East. 49th twet,
Bella Visto. Telephone Ponoma 3-
FOR SALE: Refrigerator 9 cu. ft.
Good condition. Cell Navy 2200 or
apply at house 5753 Diable from
3:30 to 4:30.
FOR SALE:-Round droplead table,
clothes basket and pins cupboOara,
grocery cart, bath mat set, 2 tool
boxes, other household articles.
cheap. House 41-F, Lighthouse Rd.
Gautn, phone 5-383.
Williams Sonta Clara Beach Cattges
Two oedrooms. electric re rigero-
Mon ROCKgqs raron Phone Dol-
boo 2.3050. Except Week-ends.
Phbillips. lach ctonanes. SoMnte Claore
Box number 435 Bolbes. Phone
Panama 3-1877 a Cristabal 8J-

GRA ICH'S Santa Clara beach.
_ttages, furnished, electric, re-
frigerotion. moderate rates. Phone
Eamboo. 6-541 or 4-567.
Houses o beech at Santo Clara,
also furnished house at CERRO
CAMPANA. Phone Shrepail, Bdl-
boo 2820.
MINTS. Furnished two rooms suite
recently decorated. Contact office
On premises building 8061. Apt. 2.
Telephone 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT: Apartment 2 bed-
rooms, parlor, kitchen, both. $35.
Family of West Indian parentage,
preferred. Avenida ae. and Male-
con, El Coco,. San Francisco de la
Coleta. Telephone 3-3308, Wil-
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartrmnt,
screened,, living-diningroom. .460.-
00 furnished $75.0. 56, Belisarla
Porrs Avenue, key\ apartment 3.
Phone 3-0841.
FOR RENT:-At Rio AbWto 16th St.
I room for bachelor, also 2 apart-
ments, see M. Hall fro ml to 2 30
p. m. Dunn Barber. Shop. 24th. St.

FOR RENT--Furn.shed upstairs, 4th
of July Avenue No. 7.
FOR RENT-Comfortable apartment.
two bedrooms, sittingroom. din-
ingroom, etc. Reasonable price.
48th Street No. 22 upstairs. In-
formation 48th. Street No. 23.
Apt. No. 1.
FOR RENT -Duplex, just finished.
Three bedrooms, t wo baths
Screened. Garage. El Cangrejo. In-
formation from 3 7 p. m. No
?4. 39th. Street.

FOR RENT:-Room, furnished or
unfurnished, to respectable person
Private entrance. Peru Ave. 69
Apt 5.

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Our MIRRORS decorate
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At Ea Isel Imig 3mell, ems-
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Speial nem zieu e
er e few tevd MviL

Unia you want the
Ironing Board C R.
* It will save you i of your
ironing time.
o Heat reflecting surface enables
you to finish flatwork by Iron-
ing only one side, which
means less strokes.
* WATERPROOF keeps pad
dry. Less clothes dampening.
. It will last indefinitely.
e Only $3.25, postpaid.
Box 3318 Panama 3-3230
Panama, R. P.

(an editorial)
(Continued from Page 1)
with the only object that of interfering with the Sunday edition
o01 te paper, waich has a circulation of bou,00u.
Last Thursday, the government tried to silence La Prensa
with "'oehmd the scene" maneuvers As a front they used tne
Vendor's Union, affiliated with the Federation of LaDor, which
Is protected by Peron's government.
The Vendor's Union made tne toUowing demands on La Pren-

tal Closing of all branch offices.
ib> Suspension of all home-deliveries subscriptions. (One
fourth of the circulation of La Prensa is through sub-
scriptions In Buenos Aires and the Interior of Argen-
(c) Twenty percent of all revenue from "want ads" publish-
ed In La Prensa to be given to the "welfare fund" of
the Vendor's Union.
La Prensa answered bluntly. In an editorial last Thursday.
It refused to accept these irregular demands, and the newspa-
per did not circulate on the streets of Buenos Alres.
Meanwhile,. "La Epoca." a pro-government newspaper, pub-
lished an editorial In which they attacked both "L6a jrnsa" and
"La Nacion," another newspaper not In favor with President Pe-
ron. The editorial accused both papers of publishing tendenti-
ous statements concerning the recent railroad strike In Argen-
So today La Prensa Is not delivered or sold in the streets,
because the government through its influence in the Vendor's
Union, affiliated with the Federation of Labor, is preventing its
Demagogy is overruling democracy. The prbes of the whole
world is being attacked through the treatment of the Buenos
Aires newspapers.
Now that Amera living through hours of crisis -.threat-
ened by totalitarin Communism a continental government
arises, indscreet, and defies the most effective md noble
tenets of dembracy without which democracy ielf cannot
exist, namely: the liberty of the press, the liberty to tWhk and
the liberty to leJrs what is happening in our commutli.
It is thereforeeesesary for The Panama Amerigml to rake
its voice In rotet against the attacks victimizing .t .gaMgue,
LA Prensa.
We are not Interfering with the Itnernl polttit of. ArgeM l
na. But we Sa" ntmain silent when it become to
defend the rtlSr. mean the emergence of a
The Ibeft te press is a restraint on
ambitions of any minority group that tries to I iAtl WlM
against thWe lti ~ S tcM eimunlty. :.- -

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FORD Custom .
49 Eight Sedan

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d o- ate--h AIn. b;T-;Ja .fleet used as a target ln th Rll t at r m Iod aod "Ta n hI is also m' u
is. Is b .a te a radl-cute to be OB d as e c a:. The wretd mme T en bv ts. w and arma
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IW YO R.u i I d i health enough to be a oider.6. The W h lel 1 O 1ia n the
aa aovbe, r.i e.p nct b.-eardrumsg and aj- ai h a r uneer tn n e
pe lea. Mti15- tr ose of thumb athle : The a, bm. te d h .a -,-.
atathee age health en be ears a Slv as ath- hat ms cnd0 ts^ a^ch at a b s
S ve te thWe are healthy u to go to w oar I probably e ot,
waw sta me capaci ty, f only KE C or cigarette U- e m by.or of ees jo untn w

Sc q. d ht freI e nto ti ad t n no
1W l d ea lty eo uh t o~b s other treat wi thy Rua g Ig fatverale 4mei nt to
te o o hi gild. e boonerneetw botuants a date. In brief, Mew a W ei: Aound thit frien i
Sr a e nickel's worth tI the at war w refauntg out working at it overtime. di'S Er
m-oIi i yes, but Rooey o. A can a. mm sDI rE ma ATOSo
f A iu as waor awa n thm e o rah b a a b raes T e th t o
flain e l3 t or Manser phone en' ost& las h an af hat a- x ae P doa mnIr tf- Mike Di dal at
IM r e I a work, dh r mma nh or Ov p to ii a b on r ic tl'
.fi W i are l ro a It golig to draft a d flck 'of dl"Do t you figure on nto all pih or a few"
candidates tn r t,. OBd ehe mabe ip-year-tolds, maIbe I- ez- aoro Tmoledo was .mtDy member of the wont,
liable lad s,4,7ain.- -a i ueip year-olds, but certar l y intel o f the a- C tee.a i
Uy flled quoW fon'a youth. I*t tr .a thMast eweryb e Is ox *<'5r*_tjSought it over, then reped: "
WV1 his as precious to f ly -ote e "BM "g "inweret 14111at .a M we fr fdM m e
v e pah. ysi ThaItM d Mat is t t tn GbIot oMo- c utIth yo try to cu 3ml .
Ior. asmMickeylRaw* free _l_ ha a oat S
as6 the name of heaven, let us nfally, iIn 1P Asked by aea tor Tat what d heg r thought controls k
am to ot ae l. g oet the. ret dOlr ruler. of reula- DI alwe'e answered: to "t lb buw driving ale t t .a See
baa l a bertyatios on who woe and who navae. Let t pla. and wuddeabl ieu bee a rw light mne y t yi. atep. Vow!
o profelQ l b a few les gamesll, wit ble in the aoele o of Here how not to s et re-eltod
Seven shake feort thew draft bet. It i l woulduquta h eowt i

foc, health t w it t ete s4'
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or hans w p o -g rea iny Paep:-ow neon:atorsin. nu..tstftdi
Ihwrk.commi great t er nn le *s co t bhut a w d e f e lidh e on t ei cn trol
...B We aren A"oaltodraft,' tbasniomoc
Bits 0031 qUality P basis of ure quality, pou ALIENATING AOTOSS
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ooreoa u 90 io offmuy lee, Jsonun che:k ove to P.F.C. Robeff. -
I peace, ow anrV-dl ., t. d, .Ian effet a. third world war will be I moh, wish o fl e would quita both f eet In Kor .
T he C h an e 0 leav me alone, s obuan get constructive work done wi th

See tt a-outM T tor. me Duff, Pthe farmers turned on their htulsd owa i
By Josph and Ije M A Il ed out AMUt

111126 aI vd its. allhec.are dlag now ton that suggest an intania to In t acomanying nbteoff Colonrgethldfed: y
k fae 4s that. h Kremlin tha- j 1, no one can be sure those, dspo of. lennsylanis AM f r mn service w e d the A r nB ofo the<1 i
SWeter re- t be changed ove right i But or tateur World War II... The state ofennln.owe
B w l mo~larlto do so. the e least, there another aspect of othlng. It a rather that I owe Pennd ylvanfth endree ce ack-t 1
wold me eot loe of Yuoslavia as w the intended Oean ear repay." er tga=
ando' iwoi.ibl le-e oie nf the Ssuoviet ot n t tsula, wh it is highly unw e rcg to

lU ". ttvo bs have e aamlned In ,, ... "' .
wIn ITwo po"nt t a mth new Soviet military .
et -t o h broad pat wo W Umenaceg. t'ea a vi to m ea yn dan a ntr for Y ig7 a a here Ah iWte c eWck f rt Pgiven to e b

a -_ .. that .. th n h~ t a e o n b th a t th e d r t hedi f r eHe e n thek
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Ssaldngd U s Wesen I- s h aM would .tutomeIiV Nat
grise esa _ipchoinoce v.. To be ug. she In end ne I nM5 is e o
M u a tsibeGe of the S o it ee w nhici sh hca i g d havy ne to

a. heea.. n d iiCunton is reasonable that the e do 1 Dog "t h e S d l
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i e seednm in London, or _Theie.M attempts to splt and paraly the -- 2 _o i o ( t,)

Weteb ea howd Wttu plus the seemln y wish to avoid Pt2e ai fSonyw Mepod dtIn
miovseb l themins b itThert, In turn irom ply another r ad n rl. M i s wal Ma lar i
Wiot o adg sIn no Slo vie. 6 OF s vaast Soviet prepondeu mp.p *f ior-a* t or-c ,yA me F
F en c ome e vt abe T h I "aa of maltary power, depim of ai fierdo onstru-

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i itt. Soviet fihe am_. -. i .ny of soviet imperialsd m, the. M tMber lo tmtalm Nomad 4T Prn
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Slet military d t In s can only mean tht the UFM3nIteelatd Iz ny R Ns -
o hs o tbnre ated p aenaay .o Sfan the hands of the Western STranse o s iet it '. (ang t4 (m
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B.H.S. Notes C.H.S. News .
By Louise Glud By NancyKoaur .

An election of nine beautiful belles of Balboa were After a bloody struggle bet
held last Friday when students voted for her Royal High- the two A-seauO teams Wegh
mes, the Valentine Queen, and the eight attendants of the and Compton, Oompton eamrt
S heart Court. on to with a score of 33-27.,
Only seniors were permitted to cast their vote for Her High- was the play-oft game for th
and other classes voted for only their class representative In championship of the 151 badh--.
ourt. ball intramural seaso. W
Who is the Queen? That is the one question that receives no came in with a lse ,
& answer for the name of the queen is being kept hush-hush Hannigan third and as Slui.,
the Valentine Dance chairman, Frances Dwyer, and Mr. Harold The B-league standlns wet:
ten, senior class adviser. Word has leaked out, however, as Thomas, first; Marquard i l,
who are the junior, sophomore, and freshman ladleu-in-walting. Lewis, Hannigan, and stroop'id
The Valentine Ball is scheduled to take place on Feb. 16, at for third; ad Rankin, lat.
e Hotel Tivoll. However, we all know the remaining portion of
"It" clause which we young journalists have been wearing to The gym boket n held an Im,
le and which is also the reason why there may not be a portaai tl. MAst Tesday -
utine Formal. tif the polio ban continues) In case the ban the all-stars. them who iade
ended, plans are in progress for 'a May Formal where the the A-lague are: Jane CeiG -
of Hearts will reign .as Queen of the May. ton, la Ligadler. Jeao -
lovelies competing for the highest degree of royalty be- Reola, Celet. Stlebritas Ds t
Balboa High School were: Patt Walker. Mary Ellen Welch, Janque Beoyle, Mary Amp
Joan Sprague, Oayle MatDonald, Arlene McKeown, and a N He es1,
ee Godby. Nan kamsey Margaret R ,
Contestants from the other classes were: Juniors: Cecil and le 1i.
eII, Anne Morrill, Tibby Nolan, Colla Goodin, Marie Di Bella, On the B-League are: Alstf
Joan Gibson; Sophomores: Bunny Di Bella, Libby Bowen. Hannigan. Irma Leignadier. Ja-
SLadd, Kay Cross, Arline Schmidt. Bril r LaVergne, and lieta Lewis, Nancy Kariger. Ndta.
Hart; Freshmen: Pat Peacher, Anne Lowry, Pat Trudeau, Oliver, Mildred Marquard,-Diaoe
tlhe Jepsen Mildred Damereau. and Josle Di Bella. Dare, Marie Fraser, Arline Litm,
Helen Kiasam. Edna Jenkins, and.
The end of last week was also the end of the March of Ann Thomas. The B-league n tis
tDimes drive in BHS. Being a senior, yours truly Is proud An Thomas. The B-league ls
"to say that the class of '51 beat the challenging junior andhe A-leue wil
oass in the race to collect "the most money." However, be doein the same this week ot
those ollecting the highest sum of money from allclauses tbe dirst oubme ame to e
: were the up-and-coming sophomores.theirfirstdoublegame
.' h'e third and fourth spots were held by the freshman and yed saturday, Feb. 3, at Bal
Or classes respectively. Even though the juniors trailed be- .
the other three classes In raising money, they claim one of Another important notice wss
nomerooms, 207, as the one to collect the most irom any posted Tuesday noon. The follow.
nomeroom in the entire school. Ing are in the play cast fur
GIUIL &or curiosity's sake, yours truly took a look Into past "Mother is a Freshman." Mrs.
rds to compare this year's collected amount, $533.45, with that Abigal Abbott, Jacqule Boyle; 1-
previous years. Here are the statistics-- san. Pat Oeddes; Mrs. -Mwler,
In 1948 (that's when all seniors were "mere froshies") the Nellie Holgerson; Sylvia, Merce-
as $120.97 and Miss Betty Dahlem's homeroom, 204. held des Peterson; Clara, Nancy Ka-
honors for collecting a "grand sum" of $12.97. riger; Marge. Margarita Bar,'e-
l.cords lor the 1949 drive could not be tound, but here is nas; Bobo, Noel McGinn; Jack,
Ltiing-lt was in 1949 that a curtailment was put on BHS Vernon Bryant: Howle. Don Mc-
blaes because of a oollo epidemic Laughlin; Bill, John Droste;
S'he sophomores tpresent-dav juniors were the 1950 "Dimes" Dean Oillingham. Jack Randall;
paign winners in Balboa Hign wilh a total of $3nz. Professor Micheals, Dick DuCote.
S-s, we surpassed these previous records, and those who de- This play Is to be given March 2
e thanks are each and everyone or you students who droj.ped and 3. It Is a hilarious comedy
,or two into that Jar carried by your homeroom represenma- about a young widow who returns
who made a pleading tour up and down the aisles. Also the to college with her daughter.
hers and homeroom reps deserve a lot of credit for emphasiz- First period Wednesday morn-
the importance of the March of Dimes fund. ing atomic films were shown in
JUst recently another election of a queen was held. And that English class. These films showed
the election of a Carnival Queen by the Spanish Club. La how the .tomic bomb was made
b as Maria Brassfleld. Viva Maria! Viva la reina! and the damage it did in Hiro-
Sk.n tah tah tah tahtah-tah tah! Announcing events in shims and Nagasaki. Japan. OH8
gaeIndsecured the films through the
& riday's game between the Bulldogs and the Tigers--Post- courtesy of the Army.
vABled.' Cause-a deluge of water, more commonly known as- At the close of the first ise-
f.ih: this game is scheduled to be played in the near future. master CH loses two seniors.
P,-tech Lor the announcement in the daily bulletin. Lines Lowe and John Davis are the
~Bm pla! CupC t. bt ht Bal ta m. mdtem pd teswo -
Rwiew a Bob amoe Nao thefOfs jwer W i L t
at M M

Coll-P Corner .
By M ort Irvin ,

a finally wed e baseball V top Mill-
-all our other. losses-b t&.
And m re as runwas ready to
our bays tght it wpOMMOW wilr -
lam... nCom-
At t d arnedest t* mfn iurope. but
.ohr tess a % wor tooled thua also wttard post-war
pla to the
s it looked lIke BHS had f Ia commas ithe West.
th and eleventh players, btand after-
you ere.yonderful! i tW- noon, .Truman
k e that instead of waiting taiM ~ the t addressing
away with everything. You rall t j thea N t noon.
oat of the eople in J. C. had to ,bo a Jay review
ust of he had to Ml.peview
o ." game. There was the usual was -th 'Inu g of 20
.. t What 14 the heck Isthemat French dt to bolster
to be hit over the head France' t and to
t be any school work to keep 7yo ounater .-srive west-
last the semestetpa ust changing, t.. .
Se had urgently pressing mat Mea g rearmann-
Selse, So far as can be seen, .afl ment otr-tn troops
Sunloral, bums! How 'about N iTm a were dssed in the
SJt a game- once a w e. M final i.-
t -glbim aylImgo to practice all the _
ngmelse.Al we have tod RE. f
l.,ef were sure thick and heavy near
To think that we have to go thrin W '
12 a iis enough to send anybody out to ( e )
little !I" Iket. It.was rugged But now that" q we (
can I on it and laugh. p anylwill be Mrs.
J.1t ; ti sof when you will again see Louil 9 O1Wi Frank : I ttew bhan-
tre th,,V waf Trout. Jack Corliss and all the otb non. Mrs. O.l and Mrs.
l a. But now it's over, a o throw your hoxt N orman .; will take
air a~ 11Jrl, Or something. .-- M rs MIrs Uat commit
bw. that it's over, wo eran settle downt series ansd ages, show
ello .It's downright cruel not to es. her eie Clal Zone
,l r gamesters to recuperate like tV house earnn CZone
,ther itl do, but then in, we're n hiu. Chasrlm .g dence near
war win a lot of thing But her Cs- Mirarle at the P -
he p. ( eeds it.. not lWk Franees Farrell) *namisra lat to one or
pu the t semester tht you can't tool more ac wfil lao be In-
and get a 3.00 average.. clouded
So euch for school and on with the social Ilfe. Today, the fiL were spend-
1te-tlaga was a weenie roast out at Cora Ann Gone -..O uIns the dmay i the Interior and
"amon b the beautiful, roaming hills of Las C1M lexpted to .-t 1 Thurs-
one.Jnad ed a party or something after those o ai tday they wtlj-t Oatunso that
the spot.' In their dingy beast (togr Worsat), everyone fat 6ft Miller4 a i r can be
,or at odanced... but mostly just fooled around. i I d the locks b oerhauled.
ole screongy party.. Then Tom Peterson tried to tFhr la- Yesterd oon the Con-
feriority complexes when he came in later in a tuSd. Bald Yesterday t oon the Con-
he ,waw.:rlting for "Best Looking;" and he was very convtigi0I gressman h0a Inlformal presso
CorAa hit upon the best recipe for punch for that party. It rnnferen m at the Hotel Tivolli
looked like beer, but it tasted real good. not anything likd beer. where he and Mrl. Miller re
It w -terrifie. Anyway. fun was had by all. guests. Highlights of the confer-
.Tp that nite at the slumber party usingt ilt. tem ence were:--
_loo1sel_,_from the "ohs" and ha," you would have thog that Miller's tatmenct that the
Scefteach had crawled dcroes somebody's foot. But much r favorable reat of the Defense
than that. Edna Curles was displaying her engagement p. Department the -#Ahurdle for
had Worn it all eevning, s" none of the dopes there 4. the bill n. G tbe tetroactivei
noted it. It is a beautiful rinL, and it could' have-h. tax andt a#sldWers this an
to a weter girl. For toeohbicalities' sake, Edna Curie is "ettrem ad ning";
to C lyj a. They are going to be married In Thaay hat A almeans that
gratulations to both of you, Clyde and Edna. th- thebill' J ri Uctwiththe
_. On the subject of engagempta, Phyllis Malson he pr.ramM_0 tbh *W Mnt;t_-

the typewriter at the same time the Balboa High School snT I JtUp on T h n Juoe t rn were gh-iL. their all to win the game. lemaes in tackling the pr Congratulations to yO hy a
So e sHey kids, if you ever happen
C irls yvm classes that were iormerlv under the instructor- Barbara oGllicks, another de- in the near future, and hear a sut
uship hass Elvy re now being taught by Miss Potter. Miss Ely parting senior, left Tuesn.y able facsimile thereof) and you
tI no v a faculty m ember of the Canal Zone Junior'College staff. morning. Jan. 23. on the S. S. Es- policeman, don't think you're cr
A.a alo!ogy this week to all %ou girls who made the Basketball parta for New York and then New It will Just be Bob Coulthard. An
SMll-S ars. Yours truly slipped up in getting all the names of Jersey. Although Barbara h3s is known as "Flat-foot Coulthard
. you players written down on a piece of paper and was also been here only one semester, she Well, good luck. Bob, with your
able to recall them by memory. (For shame. LO, However. is leaving many friends behind, Police Force. We'll min your a
.. en a report Is made on the first All-Star game. all the names ditto for sister. Angels, o80pho- And it'd better not be Coulthardc
Sill appear. Oh. yes. the first Basketball All-Star game will be more. on the cars outside the school
played this Saturday. Feb. 3. in the Balboa Gym. The battle will The Driving Class took a tet You people on the T. C. si
Se between the Cristobal Issies to see if they were eligible for meeting today that there will bi
And o ends tonight's events in sports, R their learner's permit. A driver's the magazine is concerned. T
D you reslie what yesterday wasp Rmmmmm? license will be given to each either do your work or aacray
-Why, it was the first day of the second semester. Top, member of the lases at tSoe ecdan d abue wome to evrn lme
s d an o o nmemberoftheelf Atteend and above all e t .et
the last of this year is now npon us. Just in case you of the course It they pass the Dear people In J. ., 12
started day-dreaming again of vacation time, remember, test. canal n lee- Friday nite between CJC a
tomorrow Is report card day. Those last three words tmen ave the rala ssna iO sour", it etaan aw ll Mato
S r-eak for themselves, so nothing more has to be said, men gave the els a n- course, t awfl to
.--" stratlon on how far It tke a three or four of e tl M
RS e Z i sar to stps when driving ba 0 doubtedly prove to be a t V
'+--- .... ..f~a~ca~ua wt. ::on-a ,.'- : -r oand 40 MUMso9mbhoua. passing out candy on th tm-
OnianseReminded T.-AgeClub.U.insor- to g. I'm sure It souldl B9
r i= PInog a series of baseball g h 'o fo
SAOf. .Reg ulrati ofnps On e The M D im The BEATS PURSUING TM
C '=O f R. aegulains On first was last S iunday, at the Dime
Bowl of Mt. Hope rAum be- MIAMI, Fla.. (UP).-3-.. .Bar-
Pets On PRR Ships twen anPan-starTwahr Leaguoerett was standing on the wheel
teamland the Atlantic Sector of a bit C-46 cargo planes hi al-
Sns e anteam The winners are playing ling equipment whe the fire blew
The transpma ortation of animals the Cristobal Mottas a Feb. 7. up. He twisted off th W e. Just

h horizaton, offiial o f th ane r ll
thorization, officials of the Line will go tothe polio run. The tire rim tolloepd him,
have reminded the public npropelle by the exp loon. h er-
As a result of recent i nciden hrett had a perfectly safelmad over
-a s Phylil thd rim when he fell exhausted.
In which pets were taken aboard
without authorization, ships' of-

with animals. birds or other pets AI l W D PBeaver and is majoring in com-
Ukkev-r nsHE WFU UWUef WE mere.
SMPrior arrangements for the Thin Miss Munro's firit sea-
transportation of pets are neces- Mrs. Phyllis J. Str brlde son on the rifle squad. he s also e
Transportation of pets arenece3- daughter of Mr. Mary M. Birn-
sary. It was explained, and ap- haumer of Box 10, Curundu a member of the college's swim-
PANAMA T ST plicatlons for the transportation Canal Zone, is among 11 students ming team.
of animals must be made to the elected to the GeorgeW ton
COMPANY, INC, Railroad and Terminals Director University Chapter of pa hi eta
at Balboa Heights. norary.
Mrs. Strawbride I a graduare
of Balboa High hoo and ofCa-
i) ') nal Zone Junior C0oll Balboa,
a- a(J fl/- O.qe.q-.-- Canal zne. In Nov. .110 she re-
ShowiaC ng/Tonigceived her Bachelor of de-
S Showing Tonight gree in Psychology from te Un-
versity. She is a member of Psi
SAL 8 A My t Pesy CUMMINS Chi, national psychology honor-
*. *,-,, ,....OR "IF THIS BE SIN" **
6r:I 15 V *86:3 MneLy "BE SaIN" She is married to Lawrene W.
SWednesday "BARRCADE"Ctrawbridge. wo- Is loa grad-
A N C 0 N lWusag, uate of the Univensity, They ate
Claudette COLBET Rooert RYAN 0ow living In Palo AI, 0Calfor-
s: 41 "THE SECRET FURY" niat where Straw Eud 5Rn gd-
uate student in the VE and
C 0 C 0 L I Mario n o resa wrIOrr Drama Departmaent e tanfordt
t a ur "THE MEN" university. g
Elizabeth Munro

FrI PonA rsaa"151. i Mo
MARCARTA "CRIME DOCTOR'S DIARY" daughter of. P 'own. d
lenWsill mf "& _

A L AswL e. w s CU nS PAUL
,. S- me. ,*ud "*iwaAs"
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going up .0 the States in March.
Is will be ringing jlist for her.
and to youth lucky fella.
a to be walking down the street
dden burnt of music (or a reason-
can't..see anyone in sight but a
backing up or anything as drastic.
s of. the end of this month, Bob
, the howling pavement pounder."
new career on the Canal Zone
erenading in the halls of J. C.
I that ever puts parking tickets
for double parking!
taff, I guess you know from the
e no more fooling around where
'he policy from here on out it
. So- you can all get busy now,
iere Is a baseball game this
nd CH in Mount Hope. Of
ask, but do you suppose that
ome t see t? It would un-
T e able evening, and If
rain wEld Induce any of you



In 01

flag orthe Canal SoMmad that.
he had handled other legislative
on the request o leg ti
presentaUves from the Canal:
Zone; I
That, as a Californian-whose.
motner crossed the Isthmus .as
a babe in arms In 1867. he feels
a close link with the Isthmus boa
because of the history of his nat-
Ive state and because of Its ship-
ping companies' interest in the I
That, in normal times, Panama
Line ships should make every..
third trip through the Canal and,
to the West Coast "There ae
thousands of people In California
who would welcome-a chance to
make a trip through the Canal":
That for the present all pro-
Sposls to enlarge the Canal's ca--
puity must be considered from a
defense point of view but that "It
ever we are not living V -
shadow of war," consIderation
must be given to the enlargement
from an economic point of view,
adding that he doubts ift the Uni-..
ted States is building its new,
giant carrier prototype of
others to come for one ooeau
And, returning to the subject:
ot tax, that he cannot predLte
when action will be taken or the
tax bill but that It Is likely to be
lumped in an omnibus bill with
others of the sae type. '

Sino-Reds Rush

Medical Workers

To Korea Front
HONG KONG, Jan. 30 cdi) -
The official Chinese o uaist
ews Agency said today thast the
entire country is being seorld
for medical personnel tO rushed
to Manchuria and North Chfia
A Pelping dispatch said I
medical workers held a rAiy
seek recruits for front and rer
battw areas. The dispatch streW-
ed the need for surgical tafi--.
an Indication that fotbite ha
taken A severe toll.
.' Cinesm Nationalist sources W
tliMe Communist casualties -
ileluding kiled. w ,-"ded md
fr bitten at 300,000, -
l Tokyo lest wb* eac, Osea
MaArthur said that Co-M-- -
ut loems had reached dealern
proportlons." :

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SweAssess aselt. o~mmewes CUABROS DE ODUBER
f e o n -o -I- ms t .. .,, PANA Ii N oa. LA. 21 loven pintor naolow*-Ot*
ro B. Oduber, a su regreoo do
to PeOnamme a CeuT m o c( UAse I n A I, 0 ADPAPS 1PAS We. 164 Buenos Aires, done estudlt
o iae r.smalme ewruac EN uW Imuan. pb i. .m. d cuatro afons en la Escuela Su-
aperlor di Bellas Artes ,4e lie
NA66na, Ernesto de la CoMy
4 --d 7 afinales
Ahora que se nota una sostenida preocupaci6n Cludad Unlversitarl a, dteeid .
Sde torno a los problems sanitarios que .afectan la cena do dibujos -al carbon, a
ralud del pueblo, noa parece oportuno ilamar 11 la tinta y pincel, al IApis, dog
decomp-- epar demostrar M)
Stendli6n de la autoridades en el sentidodee que son sum a delantos, cuAl as
s estudie el asunto del desagiie de la closcas e senderol per los qua ahoae msa,'
mna dentro de su arte. QU
la bhla de Panam. Cro 8. Oduber so ha gradns-
do de profess r de pintura. Pv-
Cualquier persona puede comprobar el peligro ro no deesa quedarse an aI &
*que entrasia para ia salud de la comunidad el malaIn diceti e tan a ut l : :
aphela r mix allt: anhelm se-0
olor que se siente frente a la Avenida Balboa, en guir con los pinceles en la ma- tea qu s lon fe ltea ,S
el sector correspondiente al barrio del Marafy6n y a Para lograr aquello conblo Ihay sud an
sum vecindades, cuando baja la maren. Es possible que Ciro 8. Odu- nrios declairani jrAI
54.. hber eat6 en la captura de 1o -
Es evident que ese aire fitido que invade un que 61 slants come pintwr. ss.m, lrw *-" ..
apreciable sector de la cludad estA revelando en oblo eque no a a t ar is Austin: -are. se q l truie 0 Ltst e- .fI ,0
form a incontrovertible a foco de infeeci6n que zos. no m ism l significant d- _____E_-__., t
Secesariamente debe erradicarse en beneficio dela sconclencla.o a rttams, anlo t ass e.. __.. -M A NI.. A NOTICIAC 19O. co
salud p blica. delique verdaderamente cre eIs CARTAS AL IRECT O ...n. i'- .
dAIelarCA "J^ "e arte .A- L S r.u 57- do
t ULos moradores del barrio del Marafi6n-uno Ay del artists que se de- CA RT AS AL -I EG O lr- EL PANAMA AMERICA-d.
de los mis densos de la cludad-son victims dia- Clarae qontuto h na do ara. r aAgq a, ,d ask.. ps .D I: J. 13f-m-t WT'4
oaquo h5 rademamarlS. Ar si "-ps....sWiDirctor:
rima, en determinadas horas, de una ola repugnan- lo reallzado xa anceridal: pe- Wee e sen dB e tide m \En no del medio # *SINOTON, 0. do enro. inB
te do olor descompuesto. Allf, pues, en esa costa sar que ao cae loeg ar onsi t a e on S. a, no ar- a -21
ka on foco de infecc6n maniflesta que pone en el primer creyona en teIo a os l sc CATIVO y on otrok I&ono-.el- pugna ea Cuear- m t n- N-
pa Utoa los asociados. Tambino esto debe afee- l a artistica ha do set au au- eoi 24 de 1951 ute a uan 1ft c Secrete acion a
tar, segturamente, al barrio en el cual se encuentra La obra de arte tiene quae *lnI ede .re ducla 1 a1 a umcito hei aeo poer, per An-".
mereado piiblico, por hallarse n iguales condi- "ri f m adad, nprosaoad". .nr,. m lA are hor MfNA tat- ymedj11e nie, i aao qo u d
tms8ti. r ird Director: p oe pu IRS.I* oft #lo .-- -
Y estr es lo primero que ms-aueldeC a r nsIra quo .TI M Ilos ,,. qo. me atru- .*cl6n t1"1*it'sgl a-lla
Ya en otra oportunidad se ha hecho alusi6n interest n care o. O duber: su M slSrteiIOTO p oh t oee dd e155- e L ye. ,
a ate grave problemsA, y ahora que estA en el ta- rp binl a a b eoub rlov y Losr eun ,Ohfs Vst do l0 sa alars IIltf
pete la campafia de higlenizaci6 tendiente a pre- be las difIcultades qua alma- rm deuVo lA ol- ,stn lcds t 0 a
c pu y am. atlcolar do 16IsI ESoUeIt ",a 51o-f Jwvita.m e W _
mir la poliomlelitis, serial muy plausible que eli. Pinturano tem po nerse n t a t a escolare,- r tu e. ie a I p; t
Minterio de Previsi6n Social y Salud P6blica ana- un caallete qu oa ttene i galZ eee adoll marha dl at.
lers aeste asunto que, a no dudarlo, require una leezo l tmar a cons ,t dletera u*stro dena cuedad os Espadean m t A ma Es d enpriedeln mu .. .
log pInceles pars cubrir de co- eoxt o nuetr redsacuiedo itEs da ltmautqg tg lo[ blica, _aopar. i ne dele n
a c ci? b_____r aqulotl i on zo N o : p i nt s: as c ea ad id a y a q u a p eo co m p a tfer S b n o* b a s m e Lsteaflal a naot Iaa on -M clea n tst 5!*
.el6n dristica de parte de las autoridadea. lor aquel lienzo. NO: pinter ea con redodeenide adaptarse a lam no a adadese. tre .l pm el bienestar de ) los. t
Nadie puede near queoalli donde hay ese am- terpretaci6n. PinarosIe levar mnt e 5oItiehm podoe me t erganif.aer daelefor Director, stest divided. aNs e- at
omoto de descomposici6n producida por las agua cnt ar el l itos u, a dc deaos u dpaanoelu quo_.oo el4 p .Mpt'is '.p
r'as de Ia dudad, necesariamente tiene que es- Sin ello no hay pintura. r nit eWo-. .denficsl e clfal quus geJoas ee Du e P IS ...ea Bs .
men esa o es n'menmajea ltuWd o am .oi9
Atar, en part, el origen de muchas enfermedades eo "nuestro, tlempo" actual,1.2 s o dAbaa.a urs, g Io J 7' o .ss ,.
ru afotaIn ba *I com ozn lo declarabs sael -por su- blemntl-rquo ellos hae en re- .A l ada come Ib' a T.-

helladss del i la i l a que fo Odberren adesa remediance- princduear pars tavelAml a. que ex on& _.. A 11N *C N..*..'.. : Jr s
Centenares de chiquillos, deaeosos d e encontrar ePUoSta, con As hba lleas frenSo paueael drdrian rem en diets l "ppr I Ei.az5pns0 *O-!" d0 430.-.
ia --A 1 P oetsa y arqt A ct ateraci6n del sisermas actual. Lca a1 a x1111 -tpi Is D
Sdesa-hoo que no hallan en sus limitadas habits eRicardo J. Boercndez a hablt apuesto quoaotar poerder n u M _r- pe. I obl-L.i. A. .
utes, salen a la Avenida Balboa y se oentregan raleoaco In surale de Ia aex- el terno ado ao a nTl menu geAes.rd Va q a m s-
an10anoesirtipre doeu olor ni.M( p r t1 1.11 Ai c11o- vad le -.
Scuando el aire, impregnedo de un olor t quUiero dtr un omen- to aidntro mlet trf la edae e o l
gradable, debiwea invit aom a amluionar el lu-ijie d i iad el proVnIIl, i t l au-

euuar rrifr edpob r oesu iis dad lac e e b qtuegln sitneat-csdee n' afaru"d a' 4 9 O A
uoP on esD, -, jv-. e-moft en p-6 El Pintornna', 1o m e -, p in.a a ref*O&b
L l CostalaAt neI sn c earda& d senoura nl n ca"inoalun o 1de at m de Los cleus an eA pr6xmo VA 3
.l squ sCiro a. Oduber ais since- principle los educativoa del ma- mna ree l or.n- .W iero
Sel daddes l sitio para Ia distracci6n, colectiva. ro. Ve all, cometo ha Ilevado mentO.aes qupoeIs, dadsuperr aeo lsln""-LAexpsIo ie Cqagt Portnt0
ja qu stasugest6n, basada en un hch su llenz, el Ion o o auna quotodo ula ns s ipad apy I a u O @ elet .
qY pu cudct es e r ense arte quhaonsayn, e pialmtoaned dedido rdel Mnlatu d Edu- an m 1nr deo s. a
autom6vil o a pie transit por In Avenida Balboa, han contemplado y qua ha rt no prudehcial part juatilprecadlflna rnao menmatenga la S c;oeres' do Las Vegs O-en. iparam otkIm qfail e 110111
de segur sorprendlendo a l gsu bondad inconvenliencitaY actua brsi ezenportconal-1 I Odentfs oer
au.ncwnltre el respaldo de las autoridades sanitarias que acudasn a sal6nden oIs Cue- luna regrean6n al videjoistema, derar quia n iseventaospa- pubaindiadas aI Irants d uoIs n; o arroi L.el
d quo so estudie un plan sron ol sentido dad Unlveraitarla de atdlos sin poderosa rmoth v oque1 0ora Is educscd6nenmclodt ,nuncio echo por Isa C oI n. 1ir admnld fr mu.
:de porregir esa deplorable Irregularidad de qquouIns ezoos ceadosntci-t Pola? pn. a sorvklte. Mstro, atnt r dueara1 l rheeps ,mes do1 et-n
'lan desomboquen en e lugar aludido tan cMrca Artoe nuevo, se ha dicho. Me mayorla do le torubadorm quo ,nDelav M., Dmad m drya, p.aldioa ComIaldn. elOI 1 lad eI
do IS mosa.equivoea un tantico e idMeio. hoes vo e I sp 6n o C. M, Aplole Acat, "rempusta a pre utas 11 daowo, 1 -* rasbe an
de In cstma. Artoe nuevo ha de ser todo or- actual un camino di cddon osl6 A. do U68 ass a Las Vegas. el0 1 .--'ansGal
te: porque nes creacl6n. Preci- progress edueatia. ,
saje de nuestro tempo. Y Yues- cia de las lSvlianse Esolares Ag g6 que aleli"
kAtiSO tortuttoro tiempo no se ha vivido an- se ha gannado .auio TOn Il a ESTA FELIz
8es. e anuevo. Plepatlmn dol I lk Ia yanod de polqueha eucontrado.s 0 iSp ir
La sorpress --admitass es lam deaventalals lQUO .preep-o
tEl Me I~ juego de palabras qua. envuel-taro ndelomete.-y ttlrt tU n
rvrEercado Si ual ve pmdoj-no h aor ndtscut"ble, oqu me i tr.or CLIJe5,D-.
S.oO duber necesita Isl orpre- de ]a labor a real lz r, an I l8 Lm a ti o dad0 -ido ru- .
S. flflF noIs Y I& .neeolta peorqu ssqul medicl6n de log resultadci dei.nsomels Auclearne 0.3011
.no n as heom es nfrantato a & 1 Its camp ftas t reonpre ddi d n S E M A N A S a el a *e semuo ..-a
todavia. C6mo quoremos sen- el oetudlo p croelmioento iWe- b' ss aae s" ..candid
t itle? gral del nifo, an la introauc- eisa IDOstT ;"+
La falta no reside on lI oes- m6n de importantes medse-s os lud s)
pectadores. Reide en is pert- ducativos (eleo, radio, confe- A. e awAai0 TLiCoa4n noA ui s
pa etn, n Is cireuns stao. rcltiteraturtda"eca aY smmoe se I dO doIs:pe-'"'
si nootra s no v wvamo es- boletinas mimoIerafl94Som., ntre a JuVAWISDlROng=N Ia soetua fala..ot..a...
mr sin ttrama aedes sG- asdte tivedados padrian haers tad-". ... ..i

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sable cocque pl qusd usd e o, a ua 7 pm. La Pdel A.. & Pame p
vide td1- dohAMAe a b ft Be a cuerdo eon lo quoe eable
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B inor Mo-o, eormiten asth facultads leO A)(6mbrase al sefor Davi miento as d i4ra insubaistente.
Wa ue nombrado lem -:ra, Adtede Asndese a la Sefiora Jilma
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.i aStamm oMtraia a prmnda utapI de Ia sefooriUa ucndes. del Rio, cuyo no-
alo au& NO W pas a oup bramento se declaral IniuDs- Pari -Para los efetos
V.i tent. Pas.auro do a sdl ceni de I lF-
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MEn n etr r sxpltcada ES Ahitw la bsefiorita Con- Nmbrase a la sefiora Maria eecto a putrdel i de Marzo.
;tfactol ea cuando a ua S o- W plt-. eraoauinde, on 1e MarciaPallas, el eston6graf, 4d 24 do Snoe1951.
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fue r. area de Mao Tz.Ttn .. -
..Unldoes, dede el cual ae leaf
Per S iita' Andrews rio en esta cludad qua screen ban ataques contra lee o ao 0
(N A,. IT1A) que lrfdudablemente so ea2n neas, 7 durante mucheo ta
WASH ounerd 30. empleando los model mis re- po tu una bass de primer em
(EPS I- La. u sia sovidtica es- cents de aviones de propul- den de los famoaos "Tigrfa .
LA enviando v4qtftas de pri-lo 3l6n a chorro del Soviet, ladores", del mayor N
neros d ;um'ktalos^eanos dc'- Be dice que los instructores Claire L. Cheanault.
de la Blbehlsf;am lIUS ayUden alemanes estan trabajando hI- Be informs que otros i
a entrenarz a Silf d. pilotos jo la direcci6n de asesores iml- tores alemanes estAn defi
comunistas. iesm ydel Viet litares sovidticos, que han esa- mados por los pueblos de
Minh. en 01 s .deo China. do organlzando durante mi- human, Helnghion, Che
Be ha Wdo .Is .atencl6n chose meoses la fuerza atres de Shanteze y runta, que
de logam m aIportantes fuli- la China comunista. cuentran en Is parts
cionaoros 4e Lr futers atst una de las bases mas Imor- nal de I& provin ja de
clon, en valoa parties del se- .
vicio de informaci t miltar que "
han llegado reclentemente a
Se desehtio a los prJelonetos
de guerr4 saenals come er- sk
oficlales de Ia lfueft a erea- -
lemana y tdenlcos de la'misn.a,
nue han eatado detenidos par
los soviliaos en oampos de
trabajo siberlanos desa la tr v
minaci6n de a guerra. WHISKY CANADINNSE
Un inform llegado a oesa
ciudad desde Ia China coanl- -aB
nental dice quo la afluencia do
poestos prisioneros de guerras e n-
pez6 alia para Junio pasado y
se ha aceelrado consideraolc- mente en los tiltimom moses ba-
Jo Is direccl6n sovidttca.
Mos de doscientos estin des-
tacados en las dos provinclas
meridlonsles chinas de Kwan- ...
tung y Kwangsi. Be Informa que ...
unos velnte eutAn en Cantun, .
capital de Kwantung, asi co-
mo treinta en la sla de Hl- '
nan. cerca de la costa chii.a,
Los informed no Indican en .
qu6 tipo de aviones estimn a-
u'estrando los alemanes a lus '
pllotos comunlstas chinos e :.)-
dochinos, pero hay funciona- 4. .

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Panama Col6n y Chiriqui fueron

las que alcanzaron las cifras

aahka de Alumno aprobados

En -nel curso de esta semana serAn entregados
a los alumnos de las escuelas primaries de la Re-
pfblica que terminaron satisfactoriamente sus es-
tudios primarios, los correspondientes certificados,
segon manifesto el Director de las Escuelas Pri-
marias, don Juan de Dios Rosas.
La Direcci6n de Escuelas Primarias esta tra-
bajando activamente para tener todos los certifi-
cados listos, y poder de esa manera entregarlos lo
mis pronto possible.
Segfn los informes que han sido suministra-
dos, 8153 alumnos terminaron satisfactoriamente
sus studios primarios, destacAndose por el mayor
ndmero de alumnos, las Provincias de Panama, Chi-
riqui y Colon.
A continuaci6n, los detalles completos por pro-
Bocas del Toro .............. 62
Chiriqui .............. .. 1,110
Cock ...................... 700
Col6n ..... ............... 820
Dari n ................. .. 136
Herrera ................. 430
Los Santos ..... ........... 600
Panama ............... .. 4,000
Veraguas ............... 295


. .. 8,153




1-Medida- Inglesa de longitud.
1S-Una de las islas Baleares.
14-Del verbo arar.
17-Usar mal de alguna cosa.
19-Cocino en seco.
20-Del verbo adular.
2. -.sla de Grecia.
34-Esposa de Tindaro, Inv.
ST2-Metal precioso.
28-Letra castellana.
29-Pobre de solemnidad.
0---Nota musical.
31-Con animaci6n.
33-AfIrmaci6n, Inv.
34-Insecto heminoptero.
36--Animal polar.
37-Repetici6n de sonido.
8---Rio de Francia.
41-Apellido espaflol.
44-Natural de Sajonia.
46-Capital europea.
50-Procedpr, hacer algunas
52-Igual al 49 horizontal.
54-Hamifero rumlante.
55--Nota musical.
1-Rio de Europa.
4-Nombre de muster
5-Instituteo Brasilero Obrero,
6-Medlda china de longitud.
7-Apero de labranza.
8--Artista Indio de cine.
*, 9-Que ha contraido mairl-


11-Ap6cope de Norte.
18-Soldado de caballeria.
20-Planta herbacea.
21-Solas, sin compafiia.
22-Natural de Arabia.
23-Rio de Asia.
25-Relativa a la epopeya.
26-Indlcan menoscabo.
29-Del verbo Idolatrar.
32-Adverblo de modo.
35-En fados.
37-De pequefia estatuga. Pl.
39-Reina india de Cuba.
40-Del verbo ir.
42-Hito de Cain.
44-Balle popular cubano.
46-Rio de Europa.
47-Del verbo atar.
51-Repiublica del Brasil. Inic.


Macuen wVe se losiEftS, deleeeis deau
indestm I mueust .
Las Pildoras del Dr. Chase
as lan usedo con gran ixite du.
rante mik do tree generaciones
para correir el estrefiimiento y
Slots deM m dloe s delrilones y l
higado. Purifican aIs sangre y co.
Mgrien las funciones de los princi.
pales &genon
I e vi i ossn deg lhe formadss.

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Algunas prsonas se ban a-
cercado a este corresponsal a
denunclarle el dafio que eqtan
Sufriendo sue ganados a con-
wecuencia del gusano dicho. Por
experiencia sabemos que el me-
dicamento que ha cqnbatsido a
ese animal, con magnificos re-
sultados, e8 una mezcla de al-
quitran' dulce,. acelte de pes-
cado y extract de nicotine. que
eotudkw fe rigor.
ContlnuO dicendo el doctor
Sterling soy de optUmiamo q
en ls reglones de Salud, Vie
Indio y Concepci6n, pueda rea-
l.ur ails eatudlos e invest*&-
cln, ya y que eos lugares fue-
roan poblados par indigenas.,


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Por Ia suria de Bi.d.0

compran la plant Ba

Poderoa empresa chiricana

assume el control de cuatro

plants con 2.000.00 de Kw.

DAVID, enero 29. (Corres-
ponsal). Ante la Notaria de
,David se llev6 a cabo en dias
pasados una transacci6n co-
mercial por la suma de dos-
clentos ml balboas. "Empremas
UBlotricas doe Chirqui" adqulrdi
por compra a Arias y Co. la
plants hidroeldctrica de Boque-
te, completando asi el numero
de cuatro grandes plants que
operan en la Provinci. con ca-
pacidad de dos y medio millo-
nes de kilovatios hora.
Actualmente se encuentran
sincronizadas en sub-estacl6n
de eats ciudad las plants de
Balbuena, Dolega y Macho de
Monte, teniendo el prop6alto la
empress compradora de traer
lines decade Boquete pars el
mismo fin.
Esta concentracl6d de energia
elkctrica ha venido slendo el

fundamento del eflciente servi-
alo que eta emprema ha veni-
do prestando al p&blico. Colo-
candose entire las mejores en
el patle.
La adqusiol6n de aIs nueva
plants de Boquete, que por si
solo ha rendido tan eflciente
serviclo, sera un complete para
emnpresas eldctrlcas de Chirlqul
en su. afan porque las plqntas
hidroelbotrIcsa 'ontribuyan al
derrello complete de las ri-
queue de la Provinoia.

Reforms en las tarifas serAn
introduclda por la compaflia,
seg6n datos logrados en la ge-
rencal, en Boquete. Nuevos ten-
didos de lines se proyectan ha-
cla los distiatos sectors que
reclaman el uso de tan mo-
demo y necesarlo sistema de
alumbrado y fuerza.

En voraz incendio que arraso

tres casas mere u mnio de

tres moses en la orrAer
"* .'-"a at,. -L .* ..

LA bmORtRA, enero 29.-
(Corresponsal) En el lugar
denominado La Divisa, en el
corregilmento de Arosemena,
jurisdlcci6n del Distrito de La
Chorrera, tuvo un voraz incen-
dio en fecha reclente sin que
hasta la focha se hays esta-
blecido las verdaderas causes
del mismo. Los campesinos Eu-
sebio Medina y su seflora Ma-
tilde Martinez, ban quedado en
la miseria y proe de gran
desesperacidn, Va que se les
quem6 el nifilto Concepci6n Me-
dina, de tres meses de edad y
tres casas.

sent6 el den a-7ioin n-
diente ante el aeof. ersonero
Municipal, Carlos .wr1Suez L6-
pez, a fin de q*u 4lcho fun-
cionarlo haga la investigacl6n
del caso pars establecer la
verdad de los hechos denuncia-
En consecuencla, el funciona-
rio investigador, se trasladart
pr6ximamente al lugar del si-
niestro para hacker las inves-
tigaclones de rigor en compa-
flia de peritos, etc. y determi-
nar las causes del mismo.

Cientificos norteamericanos

inician sus investigaciones

en las poblaciones de Col6n
PALMAS BELLAS, enero 29. blaci6n los miembros de la mi-
(R.C.S.) Deade huae various al6n de estudlos arqueol6glcos,
dias se encuentran en eata po- integrada por el Dr. M. W.
Sterling, sefiora M. W. Ster-
ling, R. H. Stewart, (fot6gra-
Elimine I. CAmas fo) y el doctor Roberto Rands.
Dice el doctor Sterlng. que
USAMDO nici6 su investigat6n en la
"ACEITE VEGETrAL regi6n de Palms Bella, pe-
MEIrAN', ro qe* e u"na eteo.-
MEXICANO" der incluir a eate lugar entire
que deviueie a Meu ebelles sus xltos' obtentdoe, en rela-
su primuIlh eelet, ham md- c16n a su estudous "arqueoli-
do rubles, eUtades aegrs geicos", por teneora el lugr mues-
De erts e n la tras o detalles qu e e perml-
FARMACIA PRECIADO ta iniciar aSu onveti sac6n o
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El sdbado se dipto ron 42

alumnos del Instita o de

Artes AOedhicas di Divisa

DIVISA, enero "e1m. (Co-
rrwsoonsail. abado a
las 11 de la mafah. tuvo lu-
gar el actor doe Is *ptalsa gra-
duacl6n de ls 4ai m del
Institute de A 'r alc
de Divisa, doAme 2 au re-
cibieron su di a0 qi Ao0 a-
credltan en ranams auto-
mecanlca, contruGe4tn eba-
nisteria, eleetr edad, ineenica
general y tommrnakftepft.
En este actor .a 0 de la
palabra el .04tl eglo,
professor Te.L pe-
des, quien nis uentb de
la labor di por eats
lnstltuci6n rog atres
primeros aff la' bor y el
crdllto que me a los J6-
venes graduandas. *
Los tree plienros puestos de
esta graduabl6n recayeron en
los J6venes Rubdn P. Kanlule
Jr., con el primer puesto, de
Nargana, San Blas; Jullo Cd-
bar Sucre, segundo puestp, do
El Cristo, Aguadulce y L ula
Carlos Fernkadea 0., de Pemi.
A eate ato asistieron repre-
sentantes del Servlcio Cope-
rativo Intleramericano, padres
de famnlla, log profeaorea del
colegio, personal administrati-
vo y el aluqipnado.

edad no sea menor de 16 aflos.
Los fotmularies pueden ser
so.lcadaiO lasu inspecciones
de Ndiedi directors pri-
mer ieol@ clo Cooperati-
ve o en 1V Dirscl6n del Co-
La Datea soma ta de losa gra-
duandas es la mIgulente:
Curm de Automecanica -
Carlos A. hyu, Cauimiro Do-
nosa 0., Odeos A. L6pez Q.,
oJa6 J. Qpnada rJ. Joead .
Saloedo, _,M 0. -holis;-Au-
ustoeT &.. Leonel ViVterbo
Cursio 4 Conatrucci6n --
HIctor Barrerm Jeremias
Batistata B., Delft Arvalo Ce-
deflo, g11o'.C6krdoba 0., Alfre-
do Chock VaVlded, Juvenal del
Rosarlo C., Lute Carlos Fer-
nAndez 0.. Numa Pompilio
Garcia 0., Rubdnn P. Kantule
hijo, Victor Manuel Mendoza
B. Ricardo R. Murillo, Pablo
Pdrez S., MSalllano Polo N., Oc-
tavlo A. Pugea Juan B. Quinte-
ro A., edero Rodriguei C.,
Gilberto I yd6a V., Alclblades
illarreal P.,
Curio .de Ebanlateria Luis
D. fEpmosa, Roberto Enrique
Fuenteo, Criapulo I. Gar la R.,
Federico 0. Lombardo T., Co-
ferino Pdres M.
Curse de Electrlcidad O1-

n 4 ; -Btli -r Irante los Ca idelario CA -Wt I.R
dies 2% 21, 22 y 23 de febrero, blo Ceballos C., Jver A
faclWtuao el coleglo a bajo bardo T., Lules P. A
costs 'l estad. durante esos Curso de Torneria bleiei
dias. Edwin A. Campos C.. S
Se aeeptarAn alumnos de VI Ariat6teles Espino a.,
grado.y del primer eiclo, cuy A. Medina.

De manera alarmante esti e.

~1 V. ? '~

de dielhe zauida' Sa
tiea &VeMlW 'a .
racm6n. of ten so aobuur at
solo cntavo M *a-rindo el etea.
-to dMu T ea @itoiu atr
metSa e tra o 61 xpurL
meno a maneis e b.haer I
ganado, S6 quo -im-' "haah.eo.
e40 am trab afroo.cfe
do dicha ttaghgl g*pmo fxag.

id6ns .U a coar nob u

Moe a ,sn fa n gan6sa
dnern doae 9&s ha ltow pe
au uat. d,
,o aemnm f .tafttSam g-
sona alsomu quo no- ee hay
daRQr de hapg 1k!
vI TA O RU an crr 'd
le ha ocurrioc,'-y sea coa (
do -eS&' ruins'S
landria gander, 0
isea a epenulatva
mwnlenesro.que me to-
me muy en serilo I que as ha
daj4o on muaho abandon tra-
del flagelo apuntedo, 3
que. roult a er eterto I1

sla verdd, coe en Is apitea-
oaknt do A ho eaifto,. 4vo-

tat .lAl Pa-uQual-el
Mal va B adlando Bin poderlo
iaMpedir effolsmezte.

OJ el Dep ta"nto de A-
gric l ura stendles ea or6nl-
,as 7 noD entvlym la medletna
lapa eombatir elu r-
ola, condderando el buen re-
tao quo_ ha dad o u spli-

-le .

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piano" Tete" haciendo grin "S

daf al ganado en A isi
ANTON, enero 27. (Corre$- en safos pasadoas nvt 'e m hr ml t uMulee& -m s mdue
mante vine e1 guano totE, co- Ismu venta a 1 g l nMM gZ. a .sm.
mo en ninfmn afio, .haciendo y que allvlo much, 0pte-II de se t
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a .onmles, quia to
a-.el diC d e bhoy e .-
XwomiW IRt tiller an
l A saouela Panama- 4
lte de buenS wg.
7 'y ltia, asuhehea b o
= a amUtad de oo-
i. ndeseos de tots.
lae doe .xltos en lo tvenM
pts ba future Bachmler.
"b ls tades Unidoes
j M o a cordlalmente s toa
O. prita Shelton,- quis
4 doe habl r pabs do ,ias
t~ldoa en California, vid-
= 7ea famlllarea, -a en.
6uOatra de nuevo entire neao-

S-simpAtica Rifllta Mirtsa
Argells Cajar, cumple boy un
aoe mAi a su inooente ezWo-
tencis, motivo por el oal apro-
vechamos pars felleltaLr ams
earlAMto padres y desearle mu-
bes par4blenes a MArts.

Con el nombre de Idabel del
.r fu bautsada, on Il
aa a
,a 1 t Mag rita 0,
. s 5ern padrlnos
la efiolitalu Aita itas de Al.-
ba y A wAor Jorge Zarakl. For-
Mulamoi vot_ r la fellcldad
ae Ia nuevt-2ruCmB.
Cumpleafs de Hoey
Befiora Bloam de la 0. de
SBeorsa R ual de Delvalle-
Sefiora OuGfa db L. de Chlari
Dr. Octavlo A. Vallarino Jr.
Senior Vernser T. Mall.
8rts. EUlid Ma Lmagos B,
%'Ma Maria nriquoeta onzi-
le Revilals RoSusa.
NliAo Rlardo Alberto Eskild-
soen MoraleM.
Ni o Humberto Qonalez de
Leo6n. ,
Beflora Aurora lets del Cas-
Beforita Ank Luorsaea Arlas
Behortta Loehita -.avarro
Sefirita Dora VallarIno Cds-
Dr. Idgardo Blrgos.
seor Otbrilml QuolqueJeu
see mM 4 eNn.
Nt" Mkir fi: Ponse a.
hl" Naftad. omures Ru-
bilaso La iw Vs.

a il gantul y ontW N
fllt Moreno C., .ANU Mol
Ma diploma de PeLie M- i
en el Coletglo InatemulMn
Mriau Inmseuslad. aft "40
como la IIsman sum tUBs
y an"es n mestres 'Ive
lea M eeo de que T fai
ra es aun osnttie
eitto y bleavmentuusuhuA

dp de
dad 'en, Cebu ad en Is VS.
euea ls rofeslonasl a simpA-
tles a *tortas Carmen
Dol rm w s, alumna destacs-
da de em -contro eduestivo;
doeage .ebrnwa.6 power su dotes
de ofl saeM onsagrada. Fe-.
l-isot a .Iams orita SAns,
per et legio deosu dMoes a las
ve extendaemos nuestros
Iab -.4 sm O hermans y sa

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oros epitetqs
egola Rusiao
tres dem6cratas
uE, hnero 30 (UP) -
u ota d erlin s
Slarrp Beoms *oa ...
in" a i cabeza de la lis-
ra de' lao oomunistas.
mando el mismo lengusa-
o4,I anotan en relaio6n
aomSerolsnte de muer'e"
owar, "carnicero de Co-
M[ gtihur. y a las orga-
I4 deNi tratade rdri Pqc-
At fy y1 Gables o

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abdk lwqlou
asm& eve Is


a:nimlmmaeael I
. itellunte s su-
aane Alva.
diploma on
do B antiase C"S
de honor. F
tr mode- $I
urte y entire
IA eontinusel6n
in. Orig.- f
s, un spe-
pert a nnuea
nUl quo de

SK.W4tua de oy rOelbM
.ID lI As d o leretariado en
At eIl .ItM .Pan Amerlcano, a
e* S i M eU r toeudlsous sefrits
W M fti hlsa de don Ri-
Seobetlo s lBONll y dofla Elodis
de aktaua de MurilUo. Per tal
la noth l fdktaloe a suS padrm
Y p hoeema .vote per su szito
n- py l felled do Is nueva Se-
u- rretar.
d 7* ;WMO

Con motive de cele e

inejor do auq dias boy, uc gru-
po de sus amistades ofrecto un
agasajo a la gentile y bells as'-
fiorita Fulvia Oonaft on su
..Pars nosotros eo gmamente
grato felicitarla y desairle un
sin fin de ventura p un otmulo
de blenandansmas.
de los Estadoe UnldWo Sec.a
ellgUams de lao Tegtigo ce
Axn cuando la lis nlegral
Iepluye sa Senador RepublOcano
Robert Taft j al uz-PresIdo.i-
to Herbert Hoover, ta preneaa
comunista loa encomia psr to
o1e llama "igulmas Opnfioues
alaras y progreiltas.

Alivlo y prveefeH af


DontAr los mlt lli quoe -a
Iwdan s tinn. hjftmu y lioriM
- dens dim, dladau -o =w
edio que ,m& o ade.d dol

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1WS-DOW* Nia ias wad oe flisia r flgag- ioeti
S*.. aborsa bpeouio... oMl EIa uua .t.ui

.ales, tels Fasuno; aram d, doe it a dMsura Vtins
d_ Dari o GonmAles, Voenia RiSal, Kg o Rloe, Antonle
rn lee0 M. Servers, Herbe rt 5sattry, a Dim..

a n

- Ex-oficiales nazis suefian

con la creaci6n de ota .

potencia bilica Alemana

Por Gault MLbeGown cledad, fund ndose nuevu
(N. A. N. A.) mau coqtinlamente.
FRANKFORT, Enero 30 (EPS Unicamente uno o n
--Los miembros de la "Bru- de aus miembros eMan df
derachaft", socedad secrets ce cuerdo en cooperar p
ex-funclonarlo c iviles y mi a- con la repOblica de Bonn
tares del regimen hitlerista, se el canilller Adenauer. Sate
han dividido en trees bands ei po es encabezado por
relacl6n con la oferta del ge- Beck-Broinchaetter.
neral Eisenhower de dar a A- La socledad estA org
lemania Igualdad con las otras en forms aemejante a
naclones en los planes de de- organizaclenes aecretas
nfeas de la allanza astlntica. non logiaa y capitulog.
Un grupo estA a favor de la lidad no aes tan rte n ,

p a ftote- del pacto del Atlntico ant.. cidea per el pAbit o. Los
gm=i Ie IaIIIto meori- dedeecldir y el tereero --crca bros tienen las obligaclini
M M MFra e m Guardis, del 33 por clento de los rnlelm- enterarse fielmente do ito
quao nre M di-plemu de Ba- bros so opone decldldamen- tos de vista de aIs dietintUa
ter n Clanta y Letra y to da form de colaboraclon pas aociales y de harder
iaus erltes omoe erito Co- con EIsenhower. paganda parsa traer a np
nmNelat. depads do obreussen- a 0elemento1.
toa ete qu is. an Este dtimo grupo, ompuf.- Eaton son admitld i enUm
oo quoIstdant disOUnW to per unos oobociento ex a!- gi so c mondmiledas do
i tams juefes nazis, suefa todavia l6 aon abradan altosniedi
d-_ *con crear una nueva Alemaila ln ss .e
orpmilitarlsta como un estado -- LasocisonfuWproyt
Tom r6 posesi6n amor ador entire el ete y deasdeo a pr ofcpoales "ds"
T o m a M p osesi S el oeste. Bus mlembros, mucnos desd quo er oi aide
maofi na directive de los cuales han aldosenten- Bneo que habil n sideo
clados a prial6n o multuDr prifcialmente oen 148,e UrMa o a Wi
de los itolianos aetvidade nazis epent on 1948,
oorganizar un Cuarto Reich que levalones quo mha e -la'n, *
Mafiana en la noche soe lie- los anejaran. ten s a e socddes d
vari a cabo la toma de pose- El eggundo grupo lo compo- dole. Segun Franke S
i6n, do I nuevacs deow..A Inon cerca de mil doscientos ac- canciller de la sociedd, la I
Ila goledad de Benefleencia Ita nerales y ambiclose o.-ofjiia- cesldad de outa deriv6 de
Uana, con un simpatico actor lea j6venes de la Webrmacht, eperiateM eomunes en el
quo teAdri ,luIar en el "local de con qul nes han cambhlt. tin- te, en la dathpamontot deoa
X Bs, Bellprehbopaluo nos agents se- slonotos dG ey a
Comaoi 8 cl onocimlento do cretoos oftilw. aqn gnchap ottla S
unneatros lectWes.. ta eleigdlo ques, no I m- ar m.
para ocupar Ta Presidencia de. ra la vida ci efian con3 bo= Babbefi
eata sociedbd, el conocido a- da de ventures' son los ehor, obt r pen
leno Dr. Juan Nioosla. bres quo habrian Inrresado Ila J a ete"mno m shoaso
Por este medil se notifica use tlem enpo .a egi6n Exrar- J obtoener empleas
a todos lOa ocios y Wlemr .jea fa esieae sta reclutara taa
de Ia colonla Italians en eta oftlaleu alomano. estas adornados
cludad pars quo aslstan a eate ofcal alemiticos con principi! d4
acto. La-Oficina Internaclonal de narioa francesos y aJeman
-I_ D4umentaci6n seiala que aI 1848.
asoclacitn de que hablemes Los miembros tienl n M
cuenta con un total de dos mil neral menos de cuareAtt,
Sdo clentos- miambros. Por de edad; son demaslado
S loience, eate era su num;ro nea para ser ellminaddu --
S/ a fines de 195Q. crimlnalesa Ae guerra 7
Be sabe, que la political del sladoviejos parsa ar ae
S(Pacto del AtlAntico ha hecho nor los programs de r2l
S- r crcer considerablemente la o- taci6n juvenil.

Pra library do uo ean tro,
GROVE! MillonMsque mufas
de reafriados ban enmotrado
pronto 7 decaivo to.
muando Bromo QiWnim Grove
aI primer signo deo raddrladoa.
Calm. el dolor do cables., .
duoe Is iebre y aetds some
uolve lax.mte. Pronto la.
vfctimnau gosrdli de frame
M I4a. ns...t IlMMia

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S puedon preparer on un santatmda...

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merranas-otro produete GWve. COMPUESTO /
C. Gonsles Revll. 'A es. VEIGITAL DE0
Distribuldores en PanamA


Por Ia present se informal a los tenedores de
Bonos del Bonco de Urbanizaci6n y Rehabilita-
ci6n, quo el dioalo. de Febrero de 1951 o los 10
a.m. se verificar6 el so.teo para redencin de o
ocho (8) Jonos en Io Oficina del Gernte.

1 .i +Q, ~d Eneromm de 195.- -i :- B
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y SBa. E~siraM Alba de vTla- a neg
SA al n Iem-d i a de aver Utul
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N* f oert egre.l OFRECEMOS EN IL YALI, cholet SE VENDE:-Pick-up 48, njlPAAMI
A- S Pe s k-Tles mIaMa de 2 recimoras con loah plane an el Bombo Abood Modurs. Avenidt. t EXIJ
Zl S eal'ie iueMt mde- me or barrio resi.encial. Preco, FerG No. 14 de 4 a 12 p. m. .Infi.imess. | "
bh=m80s. sside. OILs, a caE Cvincluvedo acciones dCl cuAducto le 10 A obFel
le o-L- S $iI y plants -lC-tric, solIamener *.i. SE VENDE: Ch-vrolt coyprtibns 8& Coo b A F 'e
t a Isn Vie sp- 900.00. lnf6rm se, Wolff y Cid., 1948, so puede financir. %re I'r-
SIDen re. Te Calle So., No. 22, Tel. 2-2388, ftomns lame a vea al softer Pr0nk /16Apertarndo an
Alemdn. Smt final y calls43
PoulaMs a lines 5i VINTA INMIDIATA de Ia co. SE VENDE: Dodge Commtndr ...l. -
sdire 8.4.75. ante B.8.50 sa de 4 apartamentos No. 22. Co- 1942, perfectos condicioenL. 5 SE *0e oportamentos, 2 "' 10 B S
a col Worsted, aB 4.50, on- lie 48, Beliq Vista. Hago mu oferts lIantas 7.50 x 16, buen suod. R.leomedor, an No. r *
STSO. ~ bo#t colors. tlioor .. Wolff v cia., Calls 5o, No. 22. Lavnderia American. 2- 7: ; leant. Acude Fw
.Id e Ap s eret a T.. Tel. 2-2388.0 0388. .V. gsmo .edificio.
dg scibl cemnio blonce. 51 VENDENi VENDO: Autobus International it .ortementoon San f e -
O kdlcidMo Gonaik. F brice o Lotes borotos n El Congreio a cual- (30 posajeros) prfe~acs cafntio- e lal ao Coleta. Socit S
MsSIelco AveId* Cube Na I, LP- quier otro lugar que Ud. desee. nes. Tilufono 2-3679. Cae~1 -ISI gBW-9
Chalets de 2 a 4 recmaorsol n la Este No. 14, Apto, 19. "1" OP& p0
Exposici6n y Bella Vista. =A6prtamentos d" 16
Vr. DE-Coal d, 56 lbrasI ..l sao- Rbe M. 2- SE NECESITA u c6ml or, r .p.r ... mI- p B.
-.. Cl Dulcidle Gonzilez, F Vbri- C 42.S ..V-Bellsario Porras fi- SEYC n
-. de Mosaicos. VENDO:--Coso stile chalet, en co- 1602. SE Y
IlI 14 No. 3. Acepto permuta so- Dom ticos
-acciones dl re- bre un lote de terreno. Tiene hi- SE QA -.Apartamento pque N G
cla onstruido Hot20 "El Panami" poteca can elan Necional di IP NlCESIAT mpleed i 13 Pit, Liame e Am
Llom Tel. 2-3206 durtorm' horos .950000. Im, tH -e. e dnl n el m i. i/ 4. 6'f
-do oficlno. B.7.2-2944. CCalk Iasin Veldt No. 1, pu'- n
2-2944. rbente 4, 2. e. phis. SE fqt.A*-C6medo apartamen- Anwt
E VENDEN:-225 gallinos Legorn SE VENCE:-Negocio acreditodo en E NEESTA:-Muchoch t. rssales,comedor, pri
pltedoras, mptivo viole, solci- lugor centr-ce. Al contade aa o N C :-Muchchcn rfeet asol C ,
to Rio Abajo. Call Central Cas plazaos. Novedodes "Lie" Avenida rencias para culdor nn'o. Call1 38 No. 12 eltos. Inf6rmese call 48, Dve ven t klao E
2230 Josefa Alvarado. __ PerC 69' Este No. 6. No.. 23. Ato. 1. 0' .f4, o' funco..a-
SE VENDEN:--os vitrinas grandes y SE VENDE- C6moda y ventillda SE NECESITA:--Muchacho de bus- SE ALLILAtI-Rechmora grande, L BATU t"A.. iCOJ -
una vitrlna chico, borates. Ocrra- cosa de dos espaciosos apartamen- no presencia pora cuidar dos ni- mubblodac cacina, luz y bal- npHco l ha
S a Novedaods "La", Avonido tos. Referencias personals en ca- o s tender hez d c. C6~l 45 No. 19. q. em -" -
MParo 69. lie 7c. No. so buen sueldo. Llame ol 3-0498. .-.. ouea -
l 7a.N.SE ALQ .L -Ap rtomento dos re- .dena e
VENDE: Refrigeradoro. billor. SE VENCE: Al meior pastor par SE NECESITA:-Cocinera con race- c raai, salo-comedor 8.60.00r a u
Sabohmices pedestal, camas, bole de motive vio. Refresquerlo Grif, ca- mendoci6n. Familiar pequeia. De- con muMbles, $75.00. BellsarIb j N E ermn Ts t n
.cauche, icChef". Renova- IIe Q No. 1. Informaci6n ahi mis- be dormir n empleo. Call. 39 Por p. Llave apartamento. al dii eensn d"
Smos colchones, sprines, etc. Com- m. No. 34. Telfone'.-0841.Slod oIlSermka" nIa ley.
to 65. 5C 1 VENDE:- (Las de dos pieso, plan- SE NECESITA-Empleodo ponome- 5E ALoUILAN:-Pora el lo. de Fe- Colena. Obt L y Je ado a
toSE VENE bojo, de camento y alto de m-. Aa apra cuidar nene y serviclo. breo. epartfmentos nuevos de una M I 50 d61res dr Mlta 30 dias tAl
decco od d61.000 M2 bu s.to32 692 diNO1te0,- d.
$E VENDE:- Regstrdore marc dera can terreno de I.000 M2 bue. cOn refrenclas. Llamar al telt- recim ro, sla-emedor par e.60, VN AA de eroele "rans
"National" marco hsta 9 dola- nas cndircones. precto razonable, fOno 3-2692. 00 an Coll. 13 est y Avenida 8. O porter Ila u ., atab
res. Precio $125 00. Cirilase Po- en Via 8e.'saro Porras, Son Fran- S NECESITA:- Uno cra Tel. 2.1602. O NO Onneve bd e ce- tsado,
nificadoro y Dulcerio la "Favor'- cisco de 'oe Colit No 151. Para T e cara Olr oensoo *a AiM
ta" Calls 21 Oeste No. 13. Inform le sepa cocinar. Calle 48 No. Co. SE. ALQUILAN .-Dos portomentos, f D B opechi tut Jea u no erea aide ',
'INDO: Piano Acroronic, marco pl.nta b ja. SE NECESITA:-Cocnera quo duer- n ,rm c! 6n i rdos
.Boauing. an ColIe Rom6n Voldis, tOfrecemee endistinguido t ma on Ia dosa Llome teltono 2- S. Aioco, El r Central 85. reoe". idro a d ro I-
No.' % oportam ntoe 2. sagundo a ecindad, Ca e40 Ne.3.Vhte 2327. su ld 'B 30.00.t aErlrisC W.dIVoliqoa ae d'
plsF. Facilidades ce pago. Informs, del Mer, inmediato a colpgio, igle- SE NECESITA:-Empleado pare to SE ALQUILA:-Eleganto o partamen- tet. DZpigd raown i en nUtw l-nSe
T* L 21080. sa y camsorot. sh uo let g rande. cinar. Avenido Tivoli No. 406-B. to n s, servici,- u una i e
.O medtereae y umnede. ASl- precia 8. porch y cocinita. Informs perso- formac6n. pa "Jsun" ha is t ite
jI EL iA 22,700.00. Tenemos las Ioves. SE NECESITA:-Empleado para ser- nient n dl Mercodo Modeo. Tenemo S ue sbid det e e mlam -
E.MI- SCELA EAMhoa su cita do inspe;ci6n. Wolff vicio de Casa, que sepo plonchar. Avenida Justo Arosemeno y Calle IDRIO I litopor hi U @ "Je01" eslab n
y CIa., Colle 5a,, No. 2, Tel. 2- muy buen sueldo., n calla Co- 29 aEte, no Ilame par telifetone. qnis i solreaor
ii E -Pantuor..ds cases. coar- 2388. / Iombia Nb. 20, Apte. No. 4. sr j Tra l eri s el delo Ca,
#- ua. consiels ti6nicos. gran- Poar motive de vioje. vendor Is si- a compro.f .Ie 6 quo estaba .
!Ti har Jn aflo. presupuestos gratis SE VENDE SE NECESITA:-Buena cocinera no guiendo: un armario con dos is- saIa ICA.. d Claremore era iff1
'Tel 2-w1276EVEE6 t ene que dormir en el empleo, y poles, coma double. con colch6n Calr.I f e .16. 5 g Jim St.evu, h.rmano gene-
LOl: Uoro e una persona pare ofirios generals nuevc, mata y sill. Todo in 1 deo Jea- Ms w die q eu Ua ~ 'i
deATINCION INSTITUTORESI I Arlicue-e Coa do casa qua duermao en el traba- buenos condiciones. Puede verse do sabemo- a o hion" Ae
Nklen l. ae tin ale no Io SE VENDE-Mquito de aser Sin- Oc.irrose Ave. al Me. 10 a. m 12 p. m. Calle 46 mor m eor rl-' rr t *dd do a ltudTr,
N e U.3 se. aer.e deg SEVEND N -Mo. ur 3 l.Ycaza No. 26.,Compo Alegre. No. 27 Apto... 8 I. tat i
ii plantel.s Aduliere I .sye. ger" en buenas condiciones a pre- t. nl re quO ha ms1o'!? .TSi
AlA f A rPlezo. 1"b. eelas. "Pololcas de Per6n no haeen ca- ]SI L '
SPeALQUILA 17 c. *," 1os dpetleio n de proteger PERDIDO (todi.s taman flo sc- @0 sB
u Arom SE VENDE: Miquina Singer par La Prensa". El perlodico D oario '"
mc o durtomotivo de viro e. Blisco oro de Nueva York, que so public PERDIDO .-Prro lobo d cuatro me- serin
No. 90, en castellano, publio6 la no- sea evise su paradero y serA g- GO A LACA r
SLUILA:- Cuarto a persona de ti- cias bao el titular: "El ri 1- tifiqado. Tel. 3-2527, family Oli- O A L do ate fuersa a rif el- a A .
buena s costumbres pore uno o dos SE VENDE-Motivo de viaje, mqui- men ar n no brind a ver. to i nferlores, prb major eui- ,
No. 90, sro en caatellano, ubbion leda no- sea, oeY sucpIredere y senFto1101b0111
AQleros merimon.o sin nros na de escriblr y muebles, Avenida proteci bn pedida pa La PrenB- BRO S :padas. La "eva mad" e
% AS".iZr. a motriro Lnanapedia P snade de Con. incld qua
: Z.. n 36 s.. sde. VENDE--Mesa redonda con la- s YorkL dice: at or- SE DESEA ,PINTAR do
EALOUILJAN.--Cuorlrs an -eapeto. -dos que curn. d nuasta para rape, dedea sgoptineano, trat-e ; de o n I A
monto.Ocurra Olga eluche. M-. hoquilas, carrots de mero do, slvr S hu ap ean P t- SE DESEA:--j 4r po pr adas as rirarn d
ino .Arsemena No. 75. olfombra paro baio. 2 colas he- sa", sats, case- c a pr 5 di osl, re A. AM ,
"F--=s ot. rramientos, otros articulos de csa, En cuador el dlaro. El Co- para el 23 de Abril..S quedrr I!3l. 10.l" iliO 0o1 ;
ALQJUILAN:--dCuartos muebla- baratos. Casa 41-F Colle Light- merci de Quito, editorialza so. este lugar cerce dl' tro Lux. Core, Pero log of
dos, frae on i mar, excellent ve- house. Gatun, talifono 5-383 bre La Prensa de Blenos Mires Escribo dondo detolles al r. B. P. A SrvMle. d Intlgenl
;r a Bes u4.aron buo nodiaen Do35 b f*
cindeoro. Inmedinta estaci6n de dlcendo: "Grave Informacl6n Apdo. 134. .-
dtabl ues y el mercado, primer n nla l eg6 de Buenos Aires, oseg n la no n a enu raTonespr a *a IM .
oer- Wier, Plaza 2 cde Enero No. 5., L. "enp dors de 250,M que' S slo cndeca o r na ts egb co- 2V,0 Al P. r. ar IO .- 'B' ,
ScaLUer, Plaza 2 d:- eomerC a. o han coh n Nnabulado a fin o dl- SEE NEC ESITA Call. Es No. 4 -eS.apeclamente I a
ALQULra:-En c ds milia, dos hi. ( eeficultar Ia salida y crculacidn T. 24331 Panami Un'del General eLinPs E Z. .
i.. o m rnos, T.nrco, slmllarea. Sin embargo, r 8e- de La Prensa, gran perl6do ,_d P l i iS ii i ... rt
SInf&e d 4elflono, crco 2-0277s. rencla de eae peri6dico volyd6 bonaerense. Beta noticia, Ver- l.
mese 4oner al medio dia qu ladaderamente afltiva, deadice Ginese Algo Extra: Hacitndose TOIO, enero 30. (UP). -. Tap,
ALQUILA. Cuart' amueblado, haya reelbido. much de un a administraci6n o0gente vendlor la Joyera u i0tv Jrto do en Uefa, i,.
i.25.00 mensual, para hombre Le empleados de "La Pren- pdblica en donde as produce Hawaii, Ave. Central 56. D E1 fattDio aido lqua eats &m aS Rqulf VisqueL ,
so Entraeda separada Avenida cAs declararon conjuntamente esto hechos lamentables. Ce- SE NECESITAu-EmpedS pra ofi- O lntaq dtae tO dI dorI emno
Enesto Lefevre, Parque Lefevre eRoche. que no apoyan a los ro quoe s did que el Gobler- caos generoles de cosa: Cebeir ra E Rcu afuniroec iads- s t s ,
No. 32. vandedorea de peri6dicos por no de e6n nada he te- dormir en el empleo. Colsl 48 No. EV siA i qu l furz'as ldah S
la eiguientes razones: lo.-KEn nido que v aer aen eat eventua- 1. i oa8. l ADa-l arto l ld
SE AL :IILA defense de sus derechos comao idad, pero ademis dC esta d afts ,OD Cdureanta i' Mre t lag dueS
f Ui obreros libres. 2o.-Porque no macl6n, no contendria le esen- I Pars toda class do Radios. tI dem 144 lrimetd a, .M St. uEr. Ma e s C
",oc eus exisate un conflict groemial, ya cia de Ia verdad, Iso clerto a rPClaSdeRados.tode rs, attyosacn
__ quo los vendedores de perl6di- que I acontecldo aborat as co- AVISO AL PUBLICO tre atido a center an
ALnUILA:--Locl camercial. eid- cm no son empleados de La roelaro d Io asucedido Dyer".oParnoqbAmti an tic aast
Smxn t qui. o Ain ve. dCuba. Prensa. lo.-soM ue conslderas n r. an punto dlstante aa M O ,. o
l-a ile 15 doFebr, Indst Intodos usedos "contrarlies Ar I d dr e to ad 8 on coun-hfd. .e1 e1111i
establece el Art. '77 del Clil6 t-go fladi6 enel! 211111
Plntomericnas. Tel.'- :. -1. a toldas le nornmas leales de Por are, do Comrheo, aiaso ....-
peticl6n 9 reoviste concretameno- 9go de Comerdo, av p6.S tram de repe ler los s
SALUILA -Local commercial si- to una formal agresn ma- mary a blco, que r a de l J
Escrltura PWbUc NO. 143 deo Udu avanzaron do NellyR.RAld., ar.n
Stuado an coeli Estudiante 130. Pa- terializada pre otentemente". a Enero 27 dea uble o 4 Unisa avenzrsn e elly Angu, Carmn 5.'la
infor ns er. lai msma cs e o 4n.-LaIa ejc toad del mtai n c aser rueso doe ias pt n ctterzas t rarla 8egunda de CtCir to de o neur LAnVAmDO 1. Os. nform6 i Oru.qull O s
Tel. 2521 corcenan i Ilbertad C tibajo comrunistAse a urt do Been, a Panama, he comnprdo a Is eecg m wu ma0 111%ue I oPle.
QUILAN-Eusivmenmpde la realzan de r de aIs creclente realsten- seflora Catalina 8slde a- doo t. m enoo. a lucha m 1 Ia w
A UiLANEcs ntc e' diCrlro c u end o los firmjnt ie roj. S pr qu e n jar Ia cantiln de su :i.its- e U-U -b lEo l not' oeste. a* uoLu ilaS
e of icfisnos locales cntricos on los quieren y pueden hacerlo. cla-roja. espaquede j nIIMaran 371. en done los alladas on .nelthl,
|altos do AverilO Central moment a ato Bee produz.M dad denominada e'IMIINrA LN I TROPICAL im snsetr ye yd 1n ]b ttl,-.a.
os 6icos. Solcin ~En general, prensa pro- n choque doe LAVANDERIA TROPICAL onfrentaron a a s ts,
fnncnona enon Cmcr0E e l eento P 5 V c. r ,a.i.f '1-"
m An cegernistne V 10 m eo yg u c Uame n n rca o is nay g u be e amentaltUnAdoeuucere adaenoeleRs A
ar ide El Roble, en In erobrot c.. a e o a rsnoa
bre l conflicts se hn hecllo ens hays perdido. Ota grn bat.- Panama, Enero 27 de 1051, a retirron a paae ]4 -r-o
AVISos Judiiales I tono moderado. Huts a ora el li tuva lugr n el tranto ce,,- Franislmo Rerto b erta *it ] OIgadauwres a pOctaes Cofonulvs tias d- I- ___
Goblerno no ha hecho dectara- A o Comnere ward D1- 4. puisbars. n cto rearies. au, bOr i, is Uqmj-
: AVISO Du RIMATE aI6n alguna sobre el saunto, *l clmod Cuerpe do e quel c s. l d~. O avenu he. b es Ct a .*.
sacdJrta diEae di Jusbo bn r U puera s pa so Cerpa Narcperetanmsm prpa a Vas os Floreados di ditante d.1et1 inma- .e t. utr p ,aDoe u Nl Alsa1a ,
us use .g.r prengss antes que conse U raHIEsO14 klldmetra. oy Ceia i ur = M au=tS,
**e e J .uhipao. cario lea petlciones de los vendedo- in el mar, eR acorasado Mi| Maqza naval encabgds pd, a. e- 1 A.
es.c nr stn. torae deot res de peri6dlcos", ,,y e perld masourt dej6 sentir ena caaio- UO ScraSado Mlaa.url nel-* Ms'l
m* Jacnte G de Porruab: dico "Laborsata" duo que "pa- nes de 1i.pulgdas u gulR al EF seti tn devatador ats Ch Tela e--"
liats de dim veintioch' de febs-, ra Le Prensa, lea canillite8 0on crucero amerIcansa ManChu r umi rm, wn Norto
Sco itl r c ue teon at. CAuacua6 al neradrr icaa e",te- nel a cutecors av iei- de Dronc. Is sateins DgE-ctem.
Aadea deats en plca b poriddice preniata costa eara8 sa 80"Aura aria U imusi, Or-ll- 7"
-- raa.d, o wng-ms l ugo, d perlaln o foriornea' La remo- nj l C ero 5 an'-, Varlo.t, Amhlla s! Ut bds ..
smmater. euthIntl.l e de-pocamricn Taom Wadlae roc-o dnueo c bmbardis sin doC L A V 0 S o pormias. Nsta aoe. so
d.rn cl do Flencaainde*mom do Kantul cok Ce "dir' Tode a b norteria demron faos n aas ia-aa l ai
n eoita. pldoe de Judtrna peeho Ce l 0s caniicoa" miembros Ce Is neg abrieotan fuegs acera.,- or s 6 at2 ta, "nn
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desean evitar la guerra

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Srmla de paz
-. Pr Russell Bamrnes
S(N. A. N. A.)
LAKE SUCCESS, Nueva Yjork,
Snero 30 (EPS) Tanto la sl-
Atuaci6n military en Corea coino
la tendencla de las discusioaaes
t.-*e las Naclones Unidas indlctn
tin fuerte deseo de los paiaes
Sabres y de los comunistas cnl-
Snos de evitar una guerra genec-
'r Lal on Asia
S la present crisis --con ,os
-paises aslitlcos y trabes a;'-
S-ados contra los Estados Uni-
glos y la Amrica Latina ia
S terminar con un acuerdo a -
..4tloo sobre el Lejano Orie.ite
'tepende del punto a que lie-
u. uen las tendencies que se no-
n aqui. Si ellas se mantlencn
: *puede esperarse lo siguiente:
1-. La luciha armada en Co-
*tea terminaria con un armis-
.iclo formal a tacito a lo lar-
gfo del paralelo 38.
I De fuentes diplomiticas in-
Itas ae dice que los caomunta-
as ehinos estan dispuestos a
retirerse y mantenerse en ,'sa
I hea el norte de ese paralelo
2-. So celebraria una con-
ferencla para resolver los pr:)-
blemas del Lejano Oriente, a
a cual concurrlrian los Easa-
as Unldos, Gran Bretaeia.
rancia, Rusia. India, Egipto
China comunista.
S.3-. Esta conferencia resosve-

Los niuevos ve

ejtrcito nortea

rian seguramente, q4U el. pue-
blo coreano tiene -djicho a
decidir sobre .su proplo dGest-
no, mediante eleccfopes vitUs-
das por las Naclones Unldas
siendo inposible pDiedlhcr a se
negaria a unlIftar a Corsa 86p-
tentrional y Orera Meridlonal.
4-.-- Formoaa seria entregaia
a China, nacolanista o comu-
nista, confonrU a los tirmmos
de las declaraciones d, El Cai
ro y Postdam.
3-. Tras las manlobras ne-
cesarlas para salver las apa-
riencias. se- admitiria on las Na-
clones Unidas a China corvu-
nista. :
Estas predlcclones ae
cn las tendencies que loy so
notan entire los delegatlos a las
Naclones Unldas, que' iguen can
eran Interts la aparente reil-
rada del as fuerzas comtunlatsi
chinas hacia el paralelo 38,
forzada o voluntaria. 81 los cl'i-
nos se estan retirando aor su
oroplo valuntad, es obvlo que
ello indJca que Mao Tse-turq
desea un acuerdo pacifico mrns
blen que una guerra general
con el occidente.
St1 lo hacen obllgados por la
'ituacl6n military y Mao se ili-
amura que la campafia de CorLa
ouede desangrar sus fuersam
esto favorece' tambien el de-
seo de paz y asegura la victoria
riel principle de seguridad co-
lectiva, proclamado por las NP-
clones Unidas.
Las comunicaciones del* gu-
bletno comunista chino con los
Naclones Unidas han aido tan
vagas, beligerantes y engafi,-
sas, que no podrian ser acep-
tadas sin sacrtficar fa posbcun

hiculos del


fuucionan debajo del agua

Por Robert S. Ball
I N. A. N. At
DETROIT, Enero 30 (EPS)-
odos los vehiculos ac cumtla-
a y de usa tdcnico que sme e.-
tan pidiendo actualmente pr-
ra ser empleados por las fucr-
las armadas de los Estados U-
aidos, Uenen que poder ful-
tlonar bajo el agua.
Esto fu6 confirmado potr el
brigadier David J Crawford. le
fe del centro de tanques y an-
tomOviles de la maestranza wtl
'odp lot ,vehiculjq s que -
t"'t. deothfatuB a. udades da
coibate detrin. r prova-
Str',lW dlspltivb BmEirglble1
Q ipuedad mr colocados en su
uga r por la dotacl6h que acoim-
Spafa al conductor", dijo el se-
aeral Crawford.
Estos depoaltivos conslsten de
un tubo elevado para el esca-
e de los gass del motor y un
Stubo stema "snorkel" para du-
Inialatrarle aire fresco al car-
burador. Dichos disposltlvw Ic
pemilten al vebfculo funclonar
durante largos periods de titm
go a una profundidad que au-
merja por complete la carro-
S eria del mismo. Tratindose de
un caml6n, el conductor ae ;o-
ae de pie sobre el aslento para
conducir el vehiculo.
S Los vehiculos sumergibles no
Son anfibios. Bus ruedas dlc.en
funclonar sobre el terreno "'-
Stueado bao el agua.
Tres tipos de operaclones de
combat se facilitan mediate
't sumerribilldad de los vehl'-
'tulos militares:
(I I) El vadear rios a travAs
de los cuales no se puede ten-
der puentes por falta de tiem-
p o de oportunidad.
(2) Operaclones de dese.n-
areo, en las cuales hay que
c eonducir los vehiculos hasta la
plays atravesando agua de pca
S (3) -El acrunar rios par aie-
S1io de puentes sumergldos, eA-
trueturas nerfecclonadas por los
tusos a pirnciploB de Ia segun-
S4a guerra mundlal y usadas
mids reclentemene por las fuer
its nnorcoreanas.
Be Informa que estos puen-
2 s j oe han sumergido a ui.a
profundidad de un metro. apio.
.lmadamente ocultindolos de
Sa aviacl6n enemiga. hacldtno-
los invisible a los objcva-
dore s de la artilleria del enewt-
S o y hacldndolos menos vulnc-
ble al fuega de artilleria y a
o. bombardeos adreos.
Las fueras terrestres nortea-
minerieanas hen aprendldo de
C'L 4 )tonces aec las tactlcas cora.-
Sfeodlidas en la construcc'6n
j e puenes sumergidos, Io cual
i eoree que sea uno de los nu-
v- fvo pr los cuales se encar-
*an ahora vehiculos que piue-

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dan funclonar bajo el agua.
El empleo de vehiculos on
esta forma seria de importan-
cia vital en operaclones olnn-
sivas en suelo extranjero y
podrian ser de valor critic er,
operaciones defensive en los
Estados Unldos en caso de in-
Durante los fultimos dias de
la segunda guerra mundial ase
les adapt ei disposition de Ou-
mersl6n a unoa cuantos "eeps"
y camlones livianos.

moral de esta organlzafi
otra pare, debido a 14
tia' de la Gran BretsM
passes Arabes a med 11
puedan precipitar la l .r
neral, las Naciones U 4l"t-
ilegado a un papel do', 0gi-lt.
paclguanmlento hacia -oR fiO
sores chinos. Estsa eoted h
sido corregida en gri." .te
-por las demands n
canus para. que se
China agresora y se le p -
gan sanclones. Si Mao s- raMs-
nable, podria llegarse a uh 4-
cuerdo sin que ninguna de loa
parties perdlera reputacitn, al-
go tan Importante para lo o0-
rientales El accident rocibTil
con los brazos ablertos un a-4
cuerdo porque el cnfilcto ta'b
dividido a las potenelas orien-
tales y occidentales y tamnblin
a la Oran Bretafia 7y stado
Unidos. Y el occidente desea la
oaz, especialmente. porque alnm
te mayors preocunaciones par
Rusila que por China.'

Volcanica Pasion

Del odlo acendrado que ella,
rice y voluntaries, tense a ese
general rudo e Uietrado; del des
preclo que sentia por sus ase-
riio amorosos y su baja clase,
nacid la llama de una pasl6n
avaaalladora que rivaliz6 en
ruerza con la era rebelde y ba-
tallas sangrientas que surgle-
ron a su alreredor.
Paulette Goddard y Pedro
Armendariz son los Int6rpretea
de este colorido romance en la
spectacular cinta: "DEL ODIO
NACE EL AMOR" (The Torch)
que estrena el jueves el Teatro


Un drama excepelonal do subyugante ansledad, de |
sombrio misterlo y de arrebatadora pai6nl Inol- |
vidable como "Rebeca" y "Cumbrea Borrascoae"



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Fogosa RomLnce al calor de aun Era Revolu.cilarla!



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Por este medio se cite a to-
das las graduandas de la ebs-
cuela Panama del afo 1950, a
una reunl6n que tendrc lugar
hay en la Universidad Nacio-
nal- a las cinco y media doe l
tarde. Be rueda puntual 8%ls-

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qus ro an el Oeste y Media Oente,
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En Milwateun nflo de 7 a-
has muri6 S.ber al Rio Me-
nomonee, c ai adaba a au
padre a i-t nieve cie
un puente ,: Nueva York y
los Estaet .e str te de Nevada
se ha he pliro tran-
alto autairlbitoo." Dakota,
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ming ham'o-d aootsdos pr
fuertes teMpeltades do nleve.
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bajo core ea Helena, Mout.-
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bando durante today la noche
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