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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
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oclc - 18709335
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NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UP).-The comat.o-cotat r
road strike was gradually paralyzing tim Utd Stutbs
effort today as trainmen extend- their WteOut e
contempt proceedings in federal awrts ad pe-i
their union to return to work.
The strike by about 1000 members of the Brot
hood of Reilway Trainmn 4 thrown TMS weaia
their jobi in affected laduutrie,mnd the tot we ael
ed to sour to over 200600 by lightly.
Railroad stations across the. country we- jmai
with passengers hopefully waiting for trains that mran h
More than 820 commuter
In the New YTer area were left
without rail service when the
strike forced the New Yori Cen-
tral Rid d th Le
Valley =Ralrad to anel-10
'mmuter t l258As WhI
At ChIoo, the Milwaukee
Railroad id englnemn mem-.
=r of the Brotherhood of ire-
men and Nnglomen were quit-
tnl work In the aurds there and
at gavanna, IM8ol. A T19a2-%.
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the "Modelo." Thisw
unable to withstand tit
seas. and they were forced
turn to the Island. Th
of another vessel, the Otoma
Mfused to try to reachthe w
as did the skipper of theLloaet,
which brought the Nwo evaem
to Panm&=cty.
The Josefina was a
epo of bananas 0 0si
She was valued at _aid y
launched Uttle more t
go. All her pangs i
amanane or oo aik
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Balboa Heights h wt-
test January sInce it pi-
but rainfa wa
below average v ofa
the Isthmus, acorWi a
formation from the Meo log
and Hydrography e t
Balboa Height.
Rainfall at Balboa it.
totaled 1.43 inches m An ar
1.14 Inches of which f tq a
three-hour period Id t e tN e r-
noon of Jan. 26. The tulry
average for this statilem .Al
Inches. The 1940 toatoe fl te
month was 3.14 lanhes ml d
record rainfall was UI nlade
in Jan. 1899.
Rainfall at Cristohal- Jt
month totaled J0 Inches. fs
compared with an .veage of
3.15- Inches for Janusy. T1ae
following totals wMa u11a1
for other Ishtmlan wo iA-
tians: Oatun, .82 lahea.s
pared with an ava
Oamboa, .58 inches,
.83 Inches below, nonue .,
den Dam, .16 inc ahes .t4
pared with an .5 s l7-
6% at Pedro Migel, w frIt
avere for the math
uary is 1.02 Inchee.
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A recurrent rumor on the Zith-
must that bodies from the bat-
tieflelds in Korea have been
brought to the Canal Zone for
cremation was categorcally de-
nied today at sBalboa Helight, tby
Maj. Gen. George W. itce,
Health Director.
"Buch a rumor," aen. Rice
pointed out, "Is obviously absurd
since bodies on a battlefield or
taken from one almost Invari-
ably are buried In the Immediate
area. So far as I know, the dis-
posal of bodies from a battlefield
by cremation has never been
employed in modem warfare.
'"There have been only two
bodies from off the Isthmus
which have been accepted for
cremation by Gorgas Hospital
since the outbreak of the Korean
conflict. Both of these resulted
from deaths which hadI occurred
aboard .ships while en route- to
tie Canal. Both of these died of
heart disease.

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Las as ResMOnls
LAB VEOAS., Nevada, Feb. S
(UP) A tremendous atomic
blast at the atomic proving
gSonds 100 miles from here
rocked this city before dawn
using minor damage and set-
ting off burglar alarms in the
&=Omtown district.
A huge dirty brown cloud
muhbroomed into the sky sec-
El4 after the blast. Officials
not confirm that It was
Fiomic cloud.
Th s Is the first time Las Ve-
C residents have reported see-
such a cloud following a test
tdent of four 'western
Nevada, Utah, Calif i
dAr uona-saw the bundng
that accompanied me ex-
j .Mayt saMd it was the
qI Lst of the four explo eons
so Flat during

Is no mconrte ladle&a
b.-i. the tw d stam en da.

union in eera court in wasn-
'te Army -eported the strike
comat raladestined for U.
tEgin the 7er I Mt.

Naval Personnel
To Work Saturday
Work hours for service erson-
nel of the 15th Naval District
have been extended to Include
confirmed today. He made the

to 9a order Issued by Rear Ad-
miri Albert M. Bledsoe, Com-
mandant of the 15th Naval Dis
person with work to do
onSaturday forenoon is ezpect-
ed to do It Saturday afternoon
may nomay be considered a
half- y, which may be ex-
tended b ard into Saturday
forenoon If the work load per-

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lessons to r ral
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Looal Union Flays PanCanaJ

For Boosting Tuition. Rafts

A local rate wbrker making the ln millions to stem the
aver wage of 60 cent an hour. Commun m in and.
and Hiviu.outside the Canal "far-slghted" ma m we
Zone. w Tl o v to work two and cal admlnistratlone sagn
one- er to ay the new "balancinK the ameO" b|
C. Z.t te for one gmrade- Ing off a thUousand dr sota
school en pense here and there.
This was declared today by a
spokesman ftor Local 900. Oov- Let's analyse the itua
ernmm.t and Civice mployei Or- ),ecUvely to e how this
alngI Commlttee-CIO, in a 'economic neces it m
statement criticIsing the ad- schools will affect Canal
mintra.o' decision announc- employ o general, and
ed Wedaday, to increase tul- rate elthe fir
ton rates for al non-Canal Zone In pain-- e w
ents. The release follows: ma of whae
The deea to increase school our h'arm.m wps
tuitions at. e beginning of the on whose mouaf. i
161-532 school year Is deemed by them M ver ec id ez
Local 900-0M0 to be unjust and North America might very
Inhumane: id t is merely an- rest l the fa *l anal,
other exas of poor timing on D@e toa l. k at at
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tiasav a Freight Service
Euings Weekly from Havana to Crist6bal
Weekly Mllin to New fork, Los Angeles and battle.
Oeelsodnal mlUnP to New Orleans and Mobile.
the stemen la tbis service are limited to twelve panaenge
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Prominent Visitor r XaWdk ,
H. F. Norton, an exeute n and
the New York office of the 10- Hows e; r d
sear-old shipping firm eof@ 1 .Mgdalf t s and wo
ton. Lilly and Co., is arriving. 'd Mrs. ue .
tomorrow aboard the 88 ty of hson, Jr.; Cpl.
Chicago. Accompanied lyi ,am; Xn
wife, he is en route from b n; 0pl. gT Oe
York to the U.S. West CoMOt. -. be J.
Local representatives at th E.%i ena Ks0nt; Mrs.
firm have made plan to aes Suou Mahual it-
them and show them as muCh'O a Lt; and Mr.
the Uthmus. as possible d* ifsV W. Lyjllad
their brief stay.
sales Conference t omery; Rihard
Jullo M jarp Pan Amerlcan' s T lore Motorney;
Panama ran ion Is les Marie Murphy; Frank
next Tuesday to attend a mee n tWilliami .New-
of sales manager df the airBUner i ph O. Pendlewa;
Latin American division In Mia- Charles L. Ferzy
ml. He will be away from the nen; and Mrs. Ma-
Isthmus about a week. ry and two children.
--- 'I. aSinnott and son;
Busy Ditch U i. 3.-. Blocum; Gertrude
People whose business it is to A. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Ste-
put ships through the Canal had v e:. Clifton Stilwell; JasDer
a busy day yesterday. Twelve. W. and John R. SuUl-
lockages brought 14 large hipp v.. -.
southbound and nine ocean-going A e F. Taliercie; Mrs.
vessels were northbound. Two K o n M. Taylor; John. F,.
the scheduled northbound tran" 'i Mrs. James C. Thomas:
sits could not be accommodated .", Todd; James W. Was-
and were held in Balboa for son; Wtnaree.
transit today.
Aboard Aneon
Among the passengers who are
scheduled to return to the lath-
mua Monday on the 8.8. Ancon
are Col. Alfred A. Grebe, Chief of
the Orthopedics Service at Gor-
gas Hospital. and W. K. Newland, ON *I -D
Executive Assistant In the Rail- -
road and Terminals Bureau.
A total of 94, passengers are IJSTWALD JAGOBT
shown on the advance passengv W-an for NEA Bervice
list ft1m the Panama Line of floes
at Balboa Heights. The complete "
advance list follows: NORT
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Atchley; 6 AQJ I 3
Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Barnes; Wil- V A ,
lam H. Basham, Jr.; 8gt. and Mrs. *Q 10
Robert E. Bettas and daughter; 100
Doris Billings; John M. Bradford; EAST
David S. Brown; Mrs. J. Clarence 6 2
Brown; John Butters; Mrs. Alice V 9 J 10 6
Carr; James B. Coman, Jr.; and @ J72 .
Mr. and Mrs. Guy P. DeLong and 6 Q 8 8 4
two children. N OTB (D)
Mrs. Elizabeth Lang Dempsey; K g I s109
Miss Leafy C. DeSouza; Kenneth PK4
Deppen; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur *A65
Deutsch; Cpl. Theodore Diehl; AK3
Mr. and Mrs. George Doull; Ha:'- t vuL
vey Engstran; Peter 0. Flynn:
Robert Foye; Mrs. Mary B. Fried- as- .w N m
man; and Paul H. Friedman. 4 Pas T.ass
Mrs. Catherine M. Gazda; Ja- 9 Pa9 5 N.T. Pass
net Maria Gliason: Mr. and Mrs. 6 1 m T es 6
Horton E. Goes; Col. Alfred A.
Grebe; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Opeaing lead-6 4

DI S SISTHMI(/N DATA "My partner and I came a
cropper on a grand slam the ott-
Marti.7 se- *r evening," writes a San.Fran-
MarT ge Lipensesn taisco correspondent. "Wi'd lkef
TUT actuDlly Wili- ook plaeneen
SAL Anthni o Tortes.^.?0- ou to comment on thebiddlnu
9 Gamboa. to MARTINEZ. Paulinea that actually took pian and to
17, also of Gamboa. suggest what the bidding should
TUTTLE, Delos William, 25, of have been,
rop, Wash., to N, Er- play for the contract. Mouth had
lineMargaret. 19, of Colon. a losing heart in each h d, with
DOWD. Herbert Sidney, 29, of no possible way to discard it. He
Quarry Heights, formerly of struggled for about five minute, DID
Tampa, Fla.. to LOOR, Betty Nel- trying to develop some sark of am- A
ly, 23. of Panama. probable squeeze, but he event- ii ,
-- lcually had to gite up the heart Im MOR
Births trick.
FLOWERS, Mr. and Mrs. Rob- "What was wrong with the bid-
er, of Silver City daughter, Jan. ding? When should we have
_ 0. Colon Hospital. known that we were headed for
VILORIA. Mr. and Mrs. Cesar trouble?"
A.. of Colon. daughter, Jan. 30. Curiously enough, aIl the difl-
SColon Hospital, ./ culty developed from tU.opening
OONZALEZ. M-Wt. and Mrs bid. Once South mabs mis-
Fernando, of Fort Kobbs, daugh- take of bidding ode spade, it's
ter. Damaris del Carmen, Jan. 30, very hard to stay out of pmegrand
Clayton Hospital. slam'
SENZER, Dr. and Mrs. David, After the opeog btd of one
of Balboa. son, Jan. 31, Gorgas spade, North must certainly
Hospital. rs Le, of ma a ump takeout some
CALEY, Mr. and Mrs. Le, knaSince he lacks a real ade
Balboa, son, Jan. 31, Gorgs Hos- 'ult, he must make this jump In
pitDOYA, Mr. and Mrs ose, of a short suit. VI0 FLINT
BEDOYA, Mr. and Mr. Jose, o Thereis no way for him to
anama, son. Jan. 1, orgs know whether three heart, three
Hospitdiamonds, or htree clubs 4 the
]TZN'S NEED LI HT best choice. There ia certainly ICYHN'LJMUt
S08COW8 Is p- niver- nothing wronk with the jump to AjWtIAIC
ty of Idaho specialibts reminded three competed to
lihts too fast in the chicken raise. The hand Is far too good for
house. A dimming switch i nee- the weak-sounding minimum re-
p essary so the birds will hate time bid of three no-trump. If North
to find their roost. has a real club suit (which Soutn,
at the moment, has no rpas6n to
doubt), the inuedtate raise may
From this point on North mere-
ly wants to find out how many
9 aces and kings his partner holds.
By means of the Blackwood con-
vention he finds out that Sbuth
has two aces and three kings.
North can see all of his losing ,
cards accounted for except theL
third heart. That card can be a
7 p problem only If lSouth has more OUR, ABO DING
than five red cardsa--since the
three top diamonds and two top A' C oeW* A
hearts will account for any dis- W w40c aS
tribution of five or fewer red A COLD, AU
Stcards. 'W a MA
411f.7 P di W How can North suspect that his sM0 HX,
partner has bid aspdes and rais- MDS S
ed clubs on only seven black ARMY
cards? From North's point of

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r \ he ehe.. trouble a I have note
no s p Usdy, at tive Opps with the an i ,bid of one

4 1CandUW: soas direcd so-trump, North -umj.
up-zkllsg uo a#A 0Ms, Y o'llof distribution and tbe strength

droggism 1 hrow, hew geot kist ticaily steer the haw.ta 4 NMall4
-,er i a he Ug I.U 4679A I slarp; but he would e leousWY
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V prize: entertbI
Sn. 41eu n of valuable a
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.lament of a local orel
sages will also be srWv
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.. .I. Pqi.a .t t.he Ta
*Ln Mmvi ss.asSeatblr asssistati
T itehboard operator at dn .
Sitw. ,Buld, ennerss '. s .
R. Lega. towboat master at n and Imira-
G-nbia. New Orleans; and m-m f.' Darwin E. W w.
numse at o= 0as oata14-t Cristobal.
-a wint C umealV Division -
U-" .: hw to the Canal,' Ortni- W-Sqma..-,---1q ...... --.
,i, tfsatlon eDr a-s.Jsohn C.s me- as P e Bureau- Mdr.d J.
.u&pr vof sHpqtaribythe Army. Means. Clerk stenographer.
2 ',The remainder of the new am- -e Division Ma ,-V.
6e1clum Vall oloyes. their positions and the fireman at Bal oa
K 1i developing units in which they work follow: olce eDivision Robert .,
a- fpr the prop~ Marine Bureau-Benjamin Rit. Coulthard. poleman at Baboa.

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Black nngreat the
TIt 8Wiff.nit 3 he eartment ter. commanding gen Ual, United A e A
% ae wlth somi an work almost States Arry Carlbea and said.
bathhouse for a rod of 15 "it was through hia vilon. for-
n. ..i..., e ty with the sight and determination that thi Loel
Selat Corozal. shopil wo estableaddre" "The
a Offe school," he uld. develON hoped ESES
p v Ima C- of th e l most Important
or to institutionlack and at the ab- I

t and ca"ts ye people where 16 area." B- AlSty
rattth motion pictures o neL All oR
f0t&a. rday and Sa- Staff and students a ike joined L. sAD O JR.
p orio of during th e aft 8 oonrbun 100 Central Avenue
S- rtiondof 15 iten whB,ethe hlg h ghts of tohe
novate as soon 4 for the tailor and the 288 pound cake baked specifl-
ream on the ground call for the ocaelvon.
t with the siht anh the aberd of aone of the
f. j ~ T-.---,., at Corozal. scotudentoiwas cutbllh yMa." "he
J.-A.lnatewheb re M adur to
:atc mo a.s cinstutos d accdvite ider crocn tand

recetnd who pt p ictuwre 16tre, d s c o
.. tlo oftLt.hAdresSelich haofBova. oe of the hiltht of
*, tAti ibaks will be remodeled eight branch was ofthe Umtedin
r the tailor States Army, the cake was baked spef
S i-OGE underththher supervi oon of M-tgt... ,
for Alfred Pachieo. CDietrof the Pas- o ier
aati v Shop, Pood Service Division.
9. At He wrfa assisted by Cpl. f e- &F. as.
INVERSE ION CEte ALES, S.A.first ice to o
SDecoratred with g n I a of n

I 311 Seed^L~ LPto otandooWi4s. Is O 0 ? *I Pack Boys Clu blAd
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S t. OEE oganIzats Army. the ck e wu I baked I | -

f I M -111 -lred Pacheco, harko the o anhlebai of '
try Shop, Food ebvice Divihon.
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Clubhouse to formulate tentativeon fr I-3OR1
to d 1 ar. 0 IP Mebs dfo mthe celebration of-i d r
S Boys' Club Week 'is hon a-ok o. .
S i March 11. A prograM of athletic I
and other events is belacgplan-
nod to celebrate the week. In-
cldIn p ban sketball. olleyball,
fleboard and badminton tope at main store OY



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Our tremendous SUCCESS in this SALE is because
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20.00 and 25.00 ............ reduced
25.00 and 30.00 ..... ........... reduced
30.00 'CELANESE' and 'CELBROOK,' reduced
35.00 'RIVERCOOL' and 'TROPICAL,' reduced
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GULICK, Feb. 2 As a better. Ted Melanson chipd .in CMTtICELLO
as to the end of the Atlantic with a 550 set. "Rudolph"-esho LEAGUE STANDINOS
t LdisBowling League, a paced Oldsmobile With 56 while Teams Won Lest "
t super wa held Wednes- LevDillon had 54. Panama EBale. .. 5 1 -
ath FIrt Davis Officers' e t i 3 .." s PnCanala Bowling .aio 'a n ty
ub. Mrs. Harry P. Green, resi- NASR-WILLTS gag"'i 4 -5
S of the league, was in e argoe Al-e JrL. Oaro -hip for the American Bowling Cogress
t he reparation for the sup- Melanson. 178 18 190-- d nAlm, Jr ... .. 5 M F
Sr nMrs. Thomas M. Larer Eady....178 1 10- 51 AiemAn. Jr.e a b ls, and singles championsh wi
of honor Malee 176 155 161- 498 Sterr 8-7 In a thrigame at unday, according to an announemiet of PANAMA l
eEColJ..Black, Madelinee. 156 190 6-- 548 santa Cruz e l. ni. Pa&
tan in L Sk Madel ine. 153 200 Santa Crmi. l nton Pisue aasnal Bowling Association this m morning.
icer o the At-alcer.... 200 200 224- 630 Is doing a fine job in place T .F"I"V
: Sector,A presented nuher- T eat s Mo Mr t e ee Col it
owar. pentednume-04 94-.7 French at the gym, made h t tlln shop will beAll eMht tea of the Major Spur GS 1
891 99 4-75 perneas a pitcher in mthro h TLINy Leagueh-eqanca',. q.
"Parris started out very well, but I Me '"gnwg "0 o'
.: hles were presented to the Iav Rerted o tnd ve wead, btl a mnt and tes Ic ME ,!f. .
ers of the winning tea, OLDSMOBILE "ROCKETS" the in fel behind him was v th ou 11 rent ~*
'Schmoos": Mrs. Robert J. t *ip and nx runO r f guatu- Open* the
r an team s ix 167 177 1r0-w564 ta bforeES he moolitan
t captain Mrs. la Pre* plo. 107 177 20 568 Plat before h could do anything Iele Bes bo lTe '"
Whyte Mrs. Carl Cooper. Jasmison... 204 157 155- 5160 about It. With Louis Waler re- iM heltd at the b nonl BLea
Joseph B. Boykin, and Mrs. Newhouse.. 184 146 12- 492 lievng in the fifth, when the o ahemm ie- catch Lea e, and dbook P1 s t
S.Meonad. Eah member of Wilber.... 176 149 175- 500core was tied at 7-7 Almin Jr. o mifthe eve- AACSHan La
unner-up team, the Gutter Dillon.... 195 163 190- G 548 scored one run to win the b ta i th av
Received a miniatu lres o sil e gmer Io rc het th ae an Nas receiving trophies Ss ntrn c ed

SLewis and Mrs. K. E. 02. and Wilber Norris. 570 were men exhibited tremendous power tM o aly abetted by caw i o e 5-2 Win t e Cei:a Blue- be
w allusentton high. Federson also had hi2h at the plate and excellent base- ukathreetea mru sil Trf britrds hi Mgd game of a u o
hytae. most improved Kav- led TeamNo.3 and had help from managNero'sdrHeasm. Tohe7 "tor- mei ureate.b who -Sadu ee it
*.36 pin.a; Mrs. Irvin L. Coxl w Howie Engelkeae 567. onslaught and the game ha In 1950. 1-ancero Risita bete ailar io
average. 147; Mrs. Robert J. KASred ofAf and each team he before they re allied it ha l be defending 2-Lolto Taonazo over the eld Bombers
Ivy, high series. 485; and Best 170 217 215- 602 Omphroy Hudon defeated the i ts Championsp. 3-Caaveral Rod the fLrstga

Harry F. Green, high game B ...183 172 175- 530 top team i nm th e league to B and ier Crooksti of the "vnal 4-La Venada i
wen. Mrs. John Prehle, Mrs.Floy8 1e third ace iE leage stan5st0-E o sart nens 1 a e o *n
,j h V. Lewio and Mrs. K. E. 02. and Wilb erO 1Norris. ,l were men exhibit t end ote mnr do a e ap! b 2 he 1tN :s .Je j. "o

the members of the other Nobrris.. 13 2018 171- 57s r B
Satb l e viz. h "tiri irghs ra. l. 5 17 -o hd hh at the plate and exw ellent e- s m a o

*sbaw:96 g- 6T0 Tn of op in -A
Tame or. t henight.with R R running. Other work afien d we w gamg Irfrobb. the t e "bea asif -ni- t i
Sieaa 3awarl s went to Mrs. gamea "BH Morton wth8 1 6eai lytmanaer s dreams his e .thee Pai 1-i auCe* on n o-orstille
3Wyte. most improved"av- led Team NoB B and had help from men'p-p--be Mower"e" to-ato eir. ).. ool .lette, woathe-orea 0..-...-

Q pins;Mrs ines orn LCoxH aowie ngelke, 5 h. ne d. ddeO ,m ou f fot

KAISE.R aFu lt onsofla htn therei.. bowli.-ni8d. leS on- Zbk .1-Sncero610 P Cod ra T Ix to8 Crdwte 9.
rage. 14B7k ; Mrs. Robert oB J.BR-B 2:tPdson 19ov a th shm8 oeorPe le oli t.ler omer SCn 1Sii
maary 2F. Green, high game, Baingek.... 183 12 15- 53 n team it e nReS leafueto nd erC blr 1o0 yhiioe The-Loo oer rltswed the C

erlefpointto theime ers ld the PetotherN orr .... 15 8 20 5-- 3ed oe t_ t"w ern Jte s Tiak .M t t es Cto l s b ', i
mding ae a foll "os:e otdterNonri 1 11 echp R0191. A- 6 Nash- t te .. 8orto.2 1ts6 0t r

the G ling Up ^ Ng s E-.h le 1 n 0. pla 124 'r (- B
tys 7e- eagmu N.v -: Pedr o Former Fethre ihtl Chaipn- pna Bv 10x10 C-ahiren* Ieswh c. hoe 1rn -
h o iert, n-o dBs he to his teri lu rs ile M a a 7-1A. Road () hs12Sreord at 4-4.. '

ofa r eeat~- aged and nowl leas3 oivs n aret with SndHu sa ndne seems out Ofl maChu se omi ng hgh w.y
S lley C ts,' c ancs t x 1 ru sin cthet9- ghcMounta P0114= .(e) I bt Ito ssonNis e les *
.I aseau chm loki ettero compegtator b fourb points.. Hert. he daq rts to end. the g s, M the Du l -MeneDora's Time LA 1bMieeVei

s m ist. of R, e 11 5Ste OneB aerST-ages or 15 e lCt 12te tm A c Re a V h .

S em ule Ns..lII I Bualcel Pederso 19;asoe Pen'slef TO fouwnh -.o .. Rose. 112 -Pi Cola 1. M 12e0 2 ST W
i wth all gaes 00 or 1h8 Bet8 and eine. 1 .r T esda a Ddren 110 h ao m Pa 0 v.
a result eofthe bowling gon CZebrock.. ..1 dr187 IN e-.38a =00n Id n G- Cr

fr C n ccu. he ntpre5by sGjddeno0 aon gel6ea .P8rse:19 -of7bYtNIreweKoshe Wnorek fC rls.ort8 3--h8elEPICoSl.Lonse-11N
serdltesl 1 7eeds to rep-i

ent in heucurncesth Race eTF" 'tihe w-h Fues. cC Gt he Sa e s" "e 'w ..

league champs look0 o oeter competitors u Pe .00 Pool Closeo que tion now. It ae eT ImOand1 2
;d1etter.eis a list of all averaoees over 18: It took 20 stitches to alasa -VTie --Doras .. o2T Sd La
-hEt aac e. rto 110 :---PeoInol1 E. llvr 11Ix
utoryntoverrOladmobilewita6h0- osRMorton 190; Dllon, 181: Pre.ho, a "tun2-up0" bout with TommBeo107 -a"ashre-s 1 "

EordCoanectic.tliThNble Therf-ourthndPeaSaddroight SendRae o ubles0 7-nMr F otB. M31EC .
or i. on the thirdiround.Poepopened a cut -xtsnoorJ.aBaezfeJr.wexk.-Ave..oRowdlVkIeAlCeo--ClaIt 100 10-Chorle..37 1 Il. P s 120.ui
ue I i nin be t-_ I I I fover Baker's lbefet eve In theal 4-Alaorn J. Bravo 110 .--leFriglt)ha. r..hii' 106 x e ec ., e t-ut i 4.
~. 4;In Moldsd1at bio2. C fourth round mnd the referee ainin-(Reghuptse .1t C.vL/rve6 t5;

SY TROUB .y tg esysem.toped the fsht. Pope's trainers--".Natives-t Fe. Purse Cl --oHighotJA.P Is b42

os fr Jaa PReaceso f J. 11v st11 ai-Me B. Moreno 1dh so d s r tb e PO E ULmE..- usmra..a. .... '...
Wo foodpThefourth.anddPep-Saddlerrryfight.-cooldsIeoJde-r- e-- RF. Mre 1P hil
1, aon edhelo Up Nights andsthedotheroa'matomun2-Proton R. VasqueBr 1091 "to Alegre 0. aancho 190

Sand l r .m.tss-.. .Purse: 5275.00 Pool Closes 2:. .e"" lmtaleotJB A v7. ... .-
Wree. ems food and drinks. weigu.o,,ne ,. pteaseruwhen neuOne-- J.BOnvee-T6
M I-AIrspay-Red D nre. 12 -quen r. Mn7 112

27-Narerna t r Rose 11 IPr a Cru-l s 1.1 ShIA eS 1 T E foUArking TA SA

23-ElTiao E. Ortega O- 112K eouetrDia E. Gariea l10x
3CaroboI Rod s 112 -Puomoa Vose 10
events In the future. ith Race "F72"1Natlvpe--4 Fgs. Traffic
Purse: $S75.00 1 Pool Closes 2:28 6 P e: 3"B" i--Poote-. l Fisb '

4-Singapore A.-Ahngule 10Do 1- h Sun D.eAf AI 1 210 ECONOMICAL ... 40 miles
5-Tolete E. Silver s 104x 4-Atason .Afaro 12
8-La Venads J. .1 0 -- Pa vBravo 1100 0-Bluaha.J.Ark12per18 "ln
7-Diosa E. Campbell 106x 6--Charles 8. o. Phillips 124 pe-aln
8-Tranquita A.Mena 106x 7-H*h Mount A. Phillipse 124
9-Princesa J. haesa, Jr. 105x 8--Terry J. E, Alfaro 121x: POWERFUL. for our long highways
10-El As R. Gotae 110 "-
I0thbRace "F-I" Natives-.4 F Vg. Cn
Purse: 5600.06 Pe (dClses3:5 1-,-n Catalino J. Avila 120
1-Espartano a SIlves. 0M111i Joaquin A. Mona 112x
2-Porter's Star 9. Carc 109X -- _Mar 0. Cruz 114 THIS 1$ THE AUTOMOBILE THAT FILLS ALL U1
3-TIp Top 0. Chanit. 120 -yes el Dim E. Ortega 103z
4-Belfarast R. Gome 112 5-StrIke One X Silvers, 107: 0 CALL for a UMONUBTRATION 0 COME IN and TRY me OUT,
5-Microblo F. Rose 112 4--Domino B. Moreno 120
Purse: 5500.06 -Tool Closes 3:38 tse: 5250.00 Pool ClosesI??
First Race of the Doubles 1-Tocipets A. Angulo lOEi
--Betun 1, Cub 105 5-. lipe E. lilera 19x6
2-Bosforo R. qul109 -oro y Plata J. Bravo 110 90 Estudiante Stret Tel. 94'PM
3-Polvorazo) V. C Atillo 120 4-La Espafiola H. Reyes 1011a, .f. 9: .."'.
4-Balcedo) J. l:hhps 117 5-Men* B. Moreno 112


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Purse: 8750.00 Pool Closes: 4:05

(AVENUE ROAD ........... V. Castillo
(FRIGHT ................. J. Phillips
BOLERO) .............. .. JBravo
RECHUPETE) ............. E. Silver
RATHLIN LIGHT ............ J. Avila
FAIR CHANCE .......... D. D'Andrea
MR. FOOT ............... 4. Moreno
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ALTO ALEGRE ........... G. Sdnche
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GOLDEN TRIUMPH ........ R. Gdmes
DANESCOURT :........... G. Sduches
COTILLON ............ .. F. Grermr
ATHOS .................... F. Rose
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Automobiles Mi ellManeous Ael,, luet .
SMOOT & PAREDS The Panama Canal offers for sole s
BUICK CHIVROLET to the highest bidder Buildlngs Noa. boa 2 Mlp. g
462, 464, and 466 In Ancon. SUled ll- HOTEL PANin Via .
NO SALE: 1950 Studebaker, bids will be received In the office El II cHOL aPAntiIs 1 de -e
Starlite coupe, radio, plgstlc coy- of the Supply and Service Director at coal mountain u.. Fr infom fldo P"
ers, finance available, Ndvy 3564. Balboa Heights until 10:30 A. M. on scenery. Rooms $2.50 -ueI..har dlwnstelre a '
X- Meals a Ia omrte,'For ad t
S FOR BMTTER USED CARS Fbruy 1, 1when they will me t epho Pn S *s 2-11
SMO@T& PAREDES opened In public. Forms of prapa'ul_, 4 .
BUICK -THOr HE T with full particulars may be securedArngo. TPtS3pe. a a dl2543.
in the offices of the Supply and Ser- g S ,- Furnished house and
vice Director, Balboa Heights, and Pename 3- 1877 Ct i. Cerro Caompana. Adjacent
FOR SALE:--Chevrolet 48 Convert- the Housing Manager, Balboa Hgts. 167 sit e. $000. Telephone -
able, can be financed, for informa- 17
tion call or see Mr. Frank Aleman FOR SALE:-100 Shares of America GRAMLICt'S Santo Clar4 4k7.
Smoot y Paredes. Finance Corporation (Panama For- cottage, furnished, electric *- i E:-House on beach lot at
est Products Co., S. A.) $1,400 frageration, moderate rot, no, furished. Including
FOR BETTER USED CARS 00. I H. Bennett, Tel. 3-0L40, Gomboa 6-541 or 4.567 Gos stve and Iefriger-
SMOOT PAREDES 279 Central Avenue. GRAMLICHS Santo Clarab 2Z750.00, Diet; Cristobl
FOR SALE: 3 Clarinets like new, cottages, furnished, electric, re-
FOR SALE:--1950 Pontiac Stream- just back from factory, $50.00 frigeration. moderate rates: PW se "-One hectare near Hotel
liner 2-door, WSW tires, radio, each. Phone 874160 during day Gamboa, 6-541 or 4.567. Cerre Compan. 0.17. a
color starlight blue, 6,000 miles. or 873126 evenings. 71st. Army: Mster. Diet, Cristel 3-
Berger Cristobal 3-2111. Bond, Fort Clayton (Sergeant FOR RENT -
SMOOT & PAREDES "DULCINAS."-Juice oranges, eat- Aprtl OR SALE
BUICK CHIVROLET Ing oranges and grapefruits are al- *, : '
ways of selected grade and ex. FOR RENT:-A- tmeni for i -."f Household *
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 4-door ceptional quality. Accept only 43rd Street East and Ave. Mel-
De Luxe, WSW, seat covers, 9.500 fruit that has been stamped co. Call 3-0140. FOR SALE:-All porcelain 7 cu. f.
miles, excellent condition. $1.- Dulcina registered trade mark.OR ENT-Apartment i -0 f doire mh y
525.00. Can be financed. Call Sole distributors Productos -FOR RENTi--A rtmentin prefer ,t fridaeire, I mchngbu-
Balboa 1891. cionales, S. A. Telephone 2-0028. retresidential section. Two bd redat, enomil top kitchen table,
rooms, laundry room, hvt wawr -_ n C hina closet, trnk, .
FOR BITTER USED CARS Panama- throughout. Water Heater inclCu- China closet, trunk.i
SMOOT PAREDS FOR SALE:--Construction office re- ed. Private Garage. For further t chair, situp carrian. E Pr
BUICK CHEVROLET moval at Hotel EL PANAMA in- Information call Panama 3-2108. n good condition. 4th Street. PriTel.s
FOR SALE-1940 Buick Coupe with cluding all plumbing and electrical FOR RENT:-Apartment in referred.
radio, good condition. House No. work. Sealed proposals will be re- dentr ve an bnds
R3-FR usseauC. 2. dunt .T uesda residential s"cion. Caonpo Ame, -FOR SALE-7 venetian blinds 52
31-F.R .ruary 20, 1,951 by: ARANGO & oRicardo Arias nd 51t I- x 62 1-2 made by Cowes of
LYONS, PALSMITH, S. A., Apar- Streets. Two bedrooms, iaundry- Phe nMa. 002-B, First St. Curun- 14
ER USED CARS tado 848 Tel. 3-1211. om, hot water throughout, water
SMO OT PAREDES heater included, private grger1,11.
BUICK CHEVROLET FOR SALE:-Piano. Excellent tone maid's room. For further Informa. FOR SALE: Nearly new 9 piece
for good music. 3rd of November tion and inspection apply apart- .tllrhgnroorm set, 6 piece bedroom. .
SSALE:-1950 Pontiac Stream- Street. House No. 5, downstairs, ment No. 6 same building. '*t, stove, refrigerator, bargain ,
r 2-door. SW ies radio, Panama. FOR RENT:- mpletely furnished 44th Street No. 15, Tel. 3- ,
colooker tarl ue. bue, 6,000 miles. FOR RENT:---Com-pletly furnished 0L.02 We .< .*.'IKw

Berger Cristobal 3-2111. FOR SALE:-Fairbanks-Morse hol two bedroom apartment, corner
zontal 5 H.P. Gasoline-Kerosene 46th and Colombia street. Call FOR SALE:-Philippine Rattan bom-. imOten If i LASS .
FOR BETTER USEID CARS motor. Also General Electric 3 3.4 3-1844. from 6-8 p. m. bie lounge chair $30.00; stem- .
SMOOT & PAREDES K W Generator 110 VDC, Belt FOR RENT: Site for office, up- trunk $.00; inwo tableum and abl5.
BUICK CHiVROEII drive. Box 57. Ancon. stairs Central Theatre. 060 L $,.00 linoleum 5.00;t 16th I TeL 8-2600
d-- --b base $1 50- rorer 53 00. #4 Naut 16th SL. Tel- 2200

w i a anyway
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JUST RECEIVED:-MotorolRadios. FORAL:-At bargain price. st. FOR RENT:2. r rV b.t. he amsih-
Plymouth and Dodge, 1949-1950 class collection of phonograph re- 111.....t-e fact that do-
Ivrs. cords. A beautiful and practical one bedrygro diningroom, ,rch, FOR SALE:-Plano, upright grand, p i during riseZaa
Inversiones Generas. S.A. cabinet for storing them goes free ndD room and kitchen. I.75.J- airspirnelarigsfably ric, vte dunte JwSil
38 J. F. de 3a .ii Avenue if you takethem all. Call Panama o Arosen a No. Calla O, 916, Colon. .. I.d- Bnh d l w rs Nt :
Tel. 3-3191. 2-06101. b 1r79.bphotoa"ElHaiLcon.i, y p en .fa l[ *om o1e nadqt!e n. an
.' SIR BTTER USED CARS FOR SALE:-Smlth-Corono portable FOR RENTTw be FOR atLE: Norge refrigerator, 2 TROfICAL CLE S pa people I nder
BUICK mCHVROLETr0. 11 ment furnished or unfurnished, 25gciclnw italt"l. -t.lmf.. .e "their U..- uMagi9'i
S. SMOOT PARDI typewriter, $25.00. 12-0 fpshinb FOR RET :T bedr uoomoe "a r 5 i:t !nweunit. LIr: *qI Mb n Gap ait .teu eemt
'- UICK CHVROLIT eel and equipment $30.00an I Bella Vista. Call 2-2443. Pprceloln. $90.00 House 121-A *nSa. the bael2rs-m .are subject to tri -le*e td .' hit, e r4fijie '
FOR SAL: rids and valance. boards Sibfrt Ave, Gamboo. Tel. 6-107. c w.J i the _needs which can danm o "Mtree ty flw
don. Excellent condition Apt. o fit 2 bedroom 4 family quarters. FOR RENT:- Moden apartment. FOR SAL--Simmons do uch, o ay. Yl e
Summit Radio. Telephone 25- $100.00. 612-A. Cocoli. sitt;ngroom. diningroom, two bed- ch E idrn' stysplg ounepa onanypagYet $1.hilebes to
2643. FOR SALE:-Tlres 4 very good rooms.two servces, Chile Avenue. meant. Evans, 616-X. Ancon; Tel. treetaTel.I.$-084m"l.oye epper. i s
IO A ." Pontiac Convertible used tires, with tubes, size 15 x 41st Street. Tel. -0847 2-2162. W w e la ot. po
mORS nEeds Pne muffler30 Te Balboa 2-2937 House 134e9- eod ae f"hthe CU folowed-t
upe tires and body, very good 7.60. Low mileage. Low price. FOR RENT FOR SALE:-Two sionga cotton mat. d Sll follod1
m.o 4nre. mufnerdi ti on300.i Teli.nam a .Lua rRe u:--O siN.i d a- .uy oush l0 tu, -
00. Call2-1576. between 86 4 CrQuarantime Rood, Naval Resert ,good condition, must sl.nee u L
FOR 1 -A,S Ake@ R Balboa.e -ere u ipm:

in Ted phone 3-2573.- a 109. CoIJ 3-0553. electric clocks, daol furniture, wall* airto b l lrM el r Pa uam ,
Sn FOR SALE:- Classical and popular FOR RENT: Lovely new house. drawers, misc. household goods. nnderm nng p back de.sph!2 b Mi it tndo ee
CIVAS. A records Long playing All makes. Partly furnished. 2 bedrooms, 2 House 560, Coroza( Hospital Area.o ty w flare yol a deepdolm rit De
Agenc;as Diaz, 37th Street No. bathrooms, maid's quarters, mod- Call Dr. Courtney: 2-2378, Satur- their ai red rwla oUt9 A .p ot a t
Your Cadillec r Pntiaes 6-A. Phone 3-1029. em conveniences. Reasonable price day and Sunday, 8 a. m. to 5 p. m. tr o sacredrsto ra h. t re w 1h hbCae
Dealer. Call Balboa 1407. FOR SALE: Porch, bamboo set. Is4 551rv. To be anti- n Aue S he a o ipl
S- Tel 2-070 MISCELLANEOU FOR RENT:-Well ventilated room. Chinese rug (brick color) 8 x 10' bac rd notenoughn We mit whte On *oele rits a 'Mollt elM
SP... Tne-a7 MISCELLANEOUS near Ancon P. 0. and Bus line, J Uruguay street No. 23. b 1ie mocr,* aic t theorya a B In to -* tricky emlr ol .
FOR SALE: Jeep. good shape; Sealed bids wI1 be received until Street No. 9. FOR SALE: Three 52" Venetian *1 S6lver must ever beIn mutual and- L
$325.00. Tel. 273 6212. Cu- February 15, 1951, for I Un- ENT blinds, fits 218 type duplex. 1701M e eftal reaction, Lbs oato FOR SonL
rundu. derwood typewriters. 3 Royal type- FOR R E Old Cristobal 3-126. D NMOREAeCY other.
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet Con- writers andfo I Lr. C. Smith type- Rnome FOR SALE:-Furniture. Parlor lamp, i.0 Ben ;lr fIhe.e 4UI D
vertible, radio, 4 new tires, ex- write. Bd os valabl assortment of crockery ware. 8045 rans. C Todd
cellent mechanical condition, mew tace of Superintendent oFOR RENT:-Best located furnished Apt. 3. 9th. St. Colon. Ret iR To 1t u '
top. Can be financed. Call 2-2686 houses. Balboa, telephone 2-277 room n Bellt Vieta, with all mod- DRusilA., .lam Tod1 1n8
and at Cristobal Storehouse, tale- room In Belle Vista. with all mad- Dr. William C. Todd. .1r 18
after 4:00 p. m. phon bal Storehoue, tele- conveniences. No. 13. 43rd St. NICEs PIC .ING$ ta n w public demendeW ttn lai a-
phoneF3-1265.1LOUI4V2C.adi .Ky.(up)- Two pTIne MaWZoneo JUNwe
FOR SALE: 1942 Cadillac "62" Bids will be received n the office of FOR RENT: Spacious, furnished crippled brothers arrested after L n Monday after as
S Torpedobody, $500.00 .'044-H the General Manager of the C room with balcony and telephone.nlyfouhoon the S t .. r
k. Margarita 3-2115, missary Division. Mt. Hope, C.Z., To honorable gentleman. Call streetsdesionce ToAU anuustheealoo fo- 0pa v ld m e l asset sager on the PanalimwmL&Si IS
Mrai 32115. untill 3:00 p m. Monday, Feb- telephone 3-3192, Panama. best ci of all for handouts. P S. me S on. .
fho FOR" lice picked them u and found S rr Rent. ienutsonAsm n
FOR SALE:-1949 Pontiac 4-door ruary 19, 1951, for furnishin FOR RENT--Furnished room, priv* they had collected' 10 in four und e a'Le g hend. sBr dtoatas'e oI I
D Lue Chieftain. WSW tires, ra- 612000 pounds or 306.000 at entrance to responsible person. hours. Fines took Sway most of hatCu at s 8 SS wa in Ihere-rto -of
dio, excellent conditon 1503-A, pounds of Granulated Sugar. Peru Avenue 69, apartment 5. the money, M iniother,1
Akee Street, Gavilan Area, Bal- Forms of proposal with full parti- close to Lux Theatre.ptto.l .
boo. culars may be obtained from the ami1_=_tttrllet
office atof the Supply & Service ;- He W. .a@ ty .tr ,at he -
S OR SALE--947 Hudson. 4 dor rector at Bolboa He;ght or from He. Wanted Seinr -..e .. -
sedan, good condition. 612-A, Co- the office of the General Manag- D OtGtyS A E the
4; col. er, Commissary Dvision. Mt. Hope. WANTED:-Experlenced maid seek- n 4 .. .-
FOR SALE: Leaving r States, C. Z. in employment, as general -
i housekeeper, on the Atlantic side., .J D O G .. -"
1939 Packard, 4-door sedan. Best couple without children. Murlel"_T"
cash offer takes t. Phone 2684 WANTED Ycung. General D delivery. Cristobal.
FOR SALE:-1947 4-door Hudson 8 m MAID:-Care of children and house- WAS DOG SALE PRICE
Cyl. black, leather. 25.000 miles. Miscellaneous work. Must live in. Apply after 5 / ( ..
S perfect shape. 1701-E, Old Cris- p m A 4 1S 0 St A
tobal 3-1286. WANTED TO BUY:-Smoll piano. p m. Apt. 4 No, 18, 50St. I A !
F O R S-A 2.reasonably priced. Phone 5-465 L E S ON '41 PONTIAC Covertible .475. ,aew .

FORSALE llroom Dancing. A fine opportunity '42 CHEVROLET Coupe.... 54L .
Boats & Motors WANTED to learn from the Best. Ask one .
who has taken! Balboo YMCA. m'
c R SALE:-36' cabin cruiser "Los Jobs Offered Harnett and Dunn. '37 BUICK Convertible..... 210.
Amigos' d.nghy and other...f5
S extras. Sleeps 6. Over 30 gallons TYPISI desires part-time work at BENNETT's Piano Studio No. 9 Juan '39 FORD 4 ........ 5
Fuel capacity. May pe seen at home. in Spanish or English. Box B Sasa. Tel.- 2-38831, Cloaical or 39 FORD4 S.Door .. 225.
Panama Yacht Club. 1053 Ancon, C. Z. popular piano playing taught. Be- '
ginners end intermediate Students '4 DO E 4-Door ..... 495..

Gorgas Bloodbank '4~0 CHEVROLET 4.Door .. 2750 1 .
Back To Normal '39 FORD 4-1)or ......... 32. 2N.
The Gorgas Hospital blood-
bank which had been down to '40 STUDEBAKER 4-Door.. 1 50. is.
about four reserve pints last 'O ,/
week was reported today as back FORD o2 ,...
up to normal. '40 FORD 2-Door ...... 3 4.. .
offers hen the supply or whole
blood reached the low mark last ,'
week. hospital authorities called '42 OLDSMOBILE 2-Door.. -. -1" ."..
Prn volunteers and the blood- s
bank was restored to the 80 pints -,. -m .,
which are e wondered a safe re- '42 HUDSON 4-Door...... 348.
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4 nhe a ih a MOIwli wng 0ecdlodalsreds.ia
a dinner at tYe Fort Davis OflMen lu, Wl .e w
.iar tetered 44F PAI-F MWK
of the-lMa .Mrided at the meet nt. Te ethe at l0en
rm:ellSeer'ena, MR. Robert J. Meelvy ISMA Mrs Odys
Smith, ?re2eau .
Mrs.' Tkems M. Lamer, wife of It CL iLe uner,, -
andm 0 10112 of Fort Dayi, wea gp .Iat s.t for tbw
evening. She congratulated Mrs. Gree on on heeffemtam .y
olonel Jufas. Blaek, ao At-
Untie Secter, pleuntad the trophies,. wnhe e lmeet
-the winning team. They were eapotted by M MSIY.
T'he other members of the team were: Mrs. Jey C. Why,
Mrsn. Henry Mnard, Mrs. Joseph 5o1kta, na.MU. Carl
TFhe high eeorer was Mrs. Irvi Cox; Mrs. Robert Me-
Keivy had the high series; Mrs. H. F. Ol e wol the rtbphy
for high game; and Mrs. J. C. White for the most improved.

'the "Gutter Balls" captained
by Mrs. K. P. Rehn. received sil-
ver chains with bowling balls at-
tached. The teammates were:
Mrs. Kerdis Meeks, Mrs. Joseph
Lewis, Mrs. David McCracken
and Mrs. John Prehle.
Mrs. James Scarborough and
Mrs. B. K. Ogan were in charge of
the'table arrangements.
p B tism and Reception
Sergeant and Mrs. Harry E. Co-
S pae had their infant daughter
baptized at the Fort Davis Cha-
peolt 1:30 p.m. Sunday, with Fa-

other Donovan officiating. The
baby was born Jan. 14 at the Coco
Solo Naval Hospital. and was
named Sbuan Carole.
Mrs. William Bllngsworth was
the godmother and Captain Pas-
cal Adamo the godfather.
The baby' Ipttsa 'rebe was
made byo Nm. Blis turla of Ca-
sorta. Italy, whom Mrs. Compare
met when she served as a WA.C.
In the pat war.
A reception followed the service
and was held at the family real-
dence. Mrs. ilingworth took care
of the babybook.

Those who caMld wM
and Mrs. Adamo and
Lt. and Mrs. Ol %r16
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station BOG aun-
tall..t.,iwth nfainn.

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John Fuller and dagh
Mrs. .Irnest eck, r.
Fanelco Latorraea. 3"6,

ham and s. Olda Walker.
Choir Gives
Son Voyage Party
The choir of the Ga Unt
Church gave a fareweUlpltrgl'
lowing reth hearsal M
evening for Mrs. W. C. G lna
bet da te, Delres, wteOR
been fathful members :t..
group and who are leaving- aS
for the States.
Bon voyage presents were
the honoree by the u
Included: Mrs.
Mrs. Leon Egolf, Mr.
bright, Mr. John Albright, A e
Martha Oraham, Mim. udy Mal-
colm, Miss Carol George. Mis
Gayle Jahnke. MIs- Bar bar
Thrift. Miss Kathryn Argo, Mis
Carol Newhard. Mis Coletta 8tel-
britbi. Miss Lols Scheldegg, Miss
Ardles Willoughby, Mr. and Mrs.
Curtis H. George. Rev. and Mrs.
J. W. L. Graham, Mrs. Pre New-
hard. Mrs. Tracy White. Messrs
Robert Wallace, Keith Mourn-
blow and Joe Carter.
The party was arranged by Mrs.
Clement, Mrs. Newhard, Mrs.
White and Mrs. Gray.
Mrs. Llmkeman Introdneed
at Morning Coffee
Mrs. Philip Havener was hos-.
tees at her New Cristobal home
Wednesday for a morning coffee
honoring Mrs. J. W. Limkeman
and her young daughters, Rutn
and Eunice. who arrived recently
with Rev. Llmkeman to be asso-
elated with the American Bible
The ladles who were Invited to
meet the newcomers were: Mrs.
R. R. Gregory. Mrs. J. W. L. Gra-
ham, Mrs. Henry Bell. Mrs. W. B.
LaFont. Mrs. Malnert Peterson,
Mrs. T. J. Tuttle, Mrs. Alan Dodd,
Miss Doria Cochran, Mrs. Leslelgh
Davis Mrs. 0. E. Jorstad. Mrs.
Elbert C. Stevens, Mrs. John 8tc-
vens, Mrs. Edward Levy. Mrs.
Stanley Hamilton. Mrs. R. W. Ru-
belli. Mrs, W. F. Grady, Mrs. H.
C. Anderson. Mrs. C. G. Did-
riokson. Mrs. W. T. Jefferies,
Mn Willam Clute and Mrs. L.
B. Freemanm
Mrs. Havener wa assisted by
Mrs. Frederick A. Dear. Mrs. 3 F.
McClelland, Mrn. Norman Davison
and Mrs. Gordon Kariger.
Mrs. Walker Complimented
with Morning Coffee
The members of the Fort Ou-
lick N.C.O. Wives Club honored
Mrs. Noble L. Walker with a
morning coffee, given In the club
rooms. Mrs. Walker moved yes-
terday to Diablo Heights.
Mrs. Chris Palm. the president
of the club, gave the honoree a
gIft from the members.
The ladies present Included:

Emilio Palomeras


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a&med voices as those of
Robert Merrill, Lily
ZawrGnce Tibbett, Jan
late Orace Mooe, L-
James Melton. Pa-
BDoroth raten,
s, dul aao, Xd-
Ed Bo hn and
wilU be featured dur-
twill bein on
le spot each Sun-
at two o'clock.
schedule for Febra-
S-Georges Biaet's "Car-
i --Wolfgang Amadeus
"The Marriage of Figs-
eamrs PenebleM's
De1lbes' "Laka6e."
0 MoI are presented ex-
e$ihey were on the stage of
tan Opera in New
1 d are made available
r the S. Department of
il complete list of the op-
uted for the broadest
i.may be had by writing
H ,Bx 3146, PanamA.

rMr IMelendes. Mrs. L. Reyes,.
Mr. hn Tolbert, Mrs. Harry
II Mrs. Ernest Beck, Mrs.
B weeney, Mrs. John U.
Puer s. W. D. Godwar Mrs.
. angsworth, Mrs. William
L. O ,-rra. Arthur Crandall,
Mr. Cooper and Mrs. John
-ni announced that Mrs., o-
= OGrmley Is entertaining
i shower for Mrs. Owen Tol-
bert, the club room, at 8:30
a.. Teday, Feb. 6, and all
member of the club are invited.
Mr. Tolbert is a past president
of the organization.
Cadete Entertained I
at France Field
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bigelow
entertained their nephew. Cadet
William Aldrich-Ames of the
"American Sailor" and a few
friends for dinner at their France
Field home Wednesday evening.
Their diner guests with Cadet
Ame were: Miss Sandra Hi-.
mond, Cadet Richard Dallala, of
Rochester, N.H., and Cadet Will-
lam King of South Paris. Maine.
Friends who called later in the
evening were Mr. and Mrs. D. A.
WaddeH, Mr and Mrs. Michael
Green,-Mrs. Robert reeley. Mr.
and Mrs. Portet McHan. and Mr.
and Mrs. Allen Haywood.
Police Ball Tonight
The 13th Annual Police Ball
will be held this evening at the
Strangers Club with Major Geo.
Herman as guest of honor. Tick-
ets are a dollar per person.
Morning Coffee
at Margarita
A morning coffee s planned for
tomorrow, at the home of Mrs. J.
E. Erikson In Margarita, for the
mothers of the girls of Brownie
Troop 40.
In charge of the arrangements
with Mrs. Erikson are: Mrs. Carlo
Taber. Mrs. Herbert Igelke and
Mrs. Dorothy MeehaiL.

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Warplanes f fields

In Brish Near Elt
WASHINGTON, Feb. :' (U1)-
The United Statet is seeking to
revise the proposed d for
the March meeting o Freln
Ministers of the AmericanRepub-
lics in order to make it clear that
the economic discuslolb at the
meeting will recognize "'se inter-
est of the ether Ameriaan repub.
lics in plans for Increased econo-
mic activity."
John C. Drier, UJ. ropresenta-
tnve on the Councl of the Organ-
ization of American States, set
forth a proposal for revision of
the agenda in a communication
to Dr. Alberto LlerU, OAS Secre-
tary General.
Drier said, "It appears that
there has been some oubt con-
cerning the scope of th agenda
item." which the Cuall of the
OAS approved an Jan. 17 and
sent to the Amrdoan republibs
for their consideration. The Item
involved calls upon the foreign
ministers to coneder "production
and distribution of products in
short supply and ptillation of
the necessary serve to meet the
requirements ofthe Itn eco-
nonw of the American tpubles."
Drier said the UnitedStates de-
sires "to remove all doubt con-
cerning the scope of this item."
He added:
"My government particularly
wishes to make eqear that It be-
lieves that itaemn ree (B) on tle
agenda should peraH th discus-
sion among othos, 0o-problms
regarding the coD tlatatton of
basic productive fteaslt within
the lnita Imposed bj tl present
Drier added that he United
States "reeogniM the Inrest of
the other Acmrpl am 1 tP in

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Mily evaluate leaders sWley a B of L Like t
The resulting portraits h ef l W' of nW went up I
ipressive but cola ...Hlmtory., of t a Mass., last Sato a
of dates speeches. treaties an- EMWLt i parley on hAow tog
e equipped with human fraiU.t, _te. gul director, rder -
t.. To understand h3Itory.It -' to plants. Very 8rtC .
e .i illt Ie of those who make It. taopr- m n Very
interest ...Franklin Rooevelt t I talk of the prn mi wai- t
s ways translated abstract p lrit 0 terfront activist,' Oi Ila
His genuine affection for people sOlt who let a 30-man squad LW
aractertic. And the feelingwM aso h aboard the L inr ani 8
eot only by his friends but by ~ Francisco Bay.3,000 ,away,
D n ce noted that his discumslon with -on the same Batur drive
im des 4.slgaht, the meaning of an economic off some of Joe CU t decent
than t.heaos pounded by economy sailors' leaders hold meet-
he aeeted Roosevelt personality defied te R uof g In in the ship'&s 4 zoom.
hi los e at nds. However, there was an pstef4e I talk of the sallow *O-Oom-G i0n
st: His supreme self-assurance.. D munlst furriers' .u 1 leaderil
et 'a vote-getting ornament It floated Inner who has just called fense
esWas s Innate optimlst. Evenadur _of Labor Rlght colW ie :. i n
_f e1"r-sstceumbed to despondency. .Now York for .i:--
unfurled-and he carried It &5 L N Ya
Xee clouds and think of storms." he a m'd. These BaturdAY's children
clouds form beautiful sunsets." would be dead I It they
were as pro-Amerioa, _e, as
S "i torrent of books, the architects of .the. S eet they are pro-sovy : e '
KMg 0 cy sketched the foundation. The. a here. Here we let t their
mSte .M or material for historians to rY goon squads Sn n- a-nd
gar erverything-from a youngster's munslat demonstrate L atPPr- H
are tirpanh to crackpot letters. His aM enly, we don't eV M t u
Sk et d. Even the thousands of u ': da personal least IrV move hr
Sealtly filed. .Into our gun and a plants.
So I challenge these ver of .
is the handmaiden of agony, but it lgM Wlast- civil liberties" to out for
i g I those who triumph over it.. TNhe i- the rights of the non. -....
aut ,'s' life had its blessed aspects !both K ad Communist labor
tr nat .is lengthy bout with polio gave ht eon- l
pis an opportunity to fore 111 hdigpphy. The Never mind theo i sU. Just B achelo i
nKeft, fdloan ampliied his spoiritulpower. edfrom speak un r their Bs. Jt 1chIeI
Illness with a deeper sense of humility. patience ad copra e. Know what hei to a
velt's malady gave him a wider understanding of the s non-conformist lab hief in
ad political lla burdening humanity. The strength he lost in hi the land where the parit of
lea-he gained in heart.. .A man rest nal vor, he ha Sun Yat-sen has dis- -
a fear. It stemmed from his Infirm ty, wch prevented obl- appears fast the NEW YORK-We are celebrating a sad sight
(W. He dreaded being caught in a fire. back of the This in New York tomorrow, as Mr. Lawrence New-
gregarious n lted ast pus trills which has happened labor man, s andaclent, renegade bachelor takes unto
ergariou dly creature rvoedu t ho he icy exterior of chiefs since tHelhe over noe b m a bride. He is not only com-
PDltotaic formalities by dispbing tfl customary stated China. I have Andriait MtI.._. trmony at an ungodly hour of the
e r ati d en. them as friends where the e And ts requiring his b l ends to rent
wete e ro n.y. atrvnl ,n n N In order to officiate at the macri-
wth lighthearted conversation. icialo s high.
For example tiI tght of It O reflection on the charm or
Neer I history was there a closer personal relationship be- April 30. 19W went b ide, Miss Mary Frances Falvey,
eenthe heads of two nations than the friendship between 'p in the main Theater, that. woman' late blooming betrayal of Ins
Roosevelt and Churchill. It was based on mutual respect and af- lqrgest mov _boue -., In west guild Segarded with a note ofat wistfulness by
section. A riking illustrate of their informality Isthismerry Canton, China. Throughout the his friends. It is Just that Mr. Newman had
ta: Churchill once 1Sed 9mthe bathroom stark naked as theater were leaflets calling for come to be regarded as a solid symbol, of in.
FDR eted his be Winston quipped :"The Prilie Minister the celebration of a non-Com- corruptible bachel o thoo d, together with his
of Great Britain has nothing to conceal from the President of munist May ty. Then t h e friend. Mr. Frank Cqnnlft who has fled back to
the Unitetfateal'" .* throwaways were d wred in the n=a in Korea atter than witness bis bud-
every street. einon the dy's drop from grace.
We was one of the fortunate few who was completely fulfilled sumptuou latush ii of You mud tanderstait Witt. supposedly per-
thb Jon. S4wianklr t*seld In public adulation,nd.the political Mayor T1 Chien-yl z.A few matlient bftlehramenatetthtir brethren, bow-
ge-and-take Increased his zest for life. He accepted the honors hours, Communist" "'an-, e beneath -the, elvTy e for many the
and dra, a that come with the Presidency with almost child-like ou8" lfr re) arrested 400 labor dreary yeAr. When t. high got tough In the
eUbersee. And he faced challenges with the confidence of a men. They were never seen house, and mamas began to fling weight and
amplon.. Of course, what his friends described as confidence- again. Weon about, he a e likes of La y were refuge.
some toes called arrogance. we of the harness-gaed shoulders could go and
Yes, you lovers of civil rights press our sad, tear-stained little faces against
Nis remarkable political acumen was rooted In his knowledge in America for yourselves, speak the stony facade of Frank and Larry. We could
of human nature. When he was New York's Governor he arrived nut for these 400, or for To reflect that here, at least, wasi pair that would
h bis office accompanied by a friend. A number of men were in Cheng-chl, A labor man the se- never know the sweet and bitter pangs of mu-
the anteroom. He paused as he passed.through and offered an -_polee killed in Tzepo, Shan- tual blessedness, enforce with the lash of lqgal-
aCafat quip. His friend later remarked that It was a very old tuln: e same day: for Hwang S., It was vicarious livagdf high order for
joe.- Ta-huag and 22 of his col- tie love slaves who turned ver the pay cheek
"I know," Roosevelt chuckled. "But I wanted to find out leapres men and women, as- tct. .
which of those fellows wanted favors. They were the ones who aisinsWd n Sahonhal in JulY. The presence of a bachelor .lt a community is
laughed." IM49 -fr Ching Kwane-shi and a wonderous thing. Indeed, in that no hostess
S0 of his union people at the Aeed fret about the extra h*nd at dinner, and
He had a passioi for simplicity. FDR slept on an iron bed with Stung-sin cotton mill because all wives feel free to commiserate about the
a thin, hard mattress and used an old gray shawl for a blanket... they stood on their human dreadfully unhappy life the poor bum iS living.
He was a moderate drinker and a small eater. Chain-smoking was rihts and in Airugst, 1949 re- all by his lonesome In a hotel, being forced to
his chief vice.. .FDR originally intended becoming a midshipman, fused to movw factor mtchin- eat that awful restaurant food Alght after night
but his father dissuaded him. Of such minor quirks of fate la ary iD-. e would be sent to the plus, of course, the sadness at living witho
history made....Re loved the sea. and took great pride in his movies ini. And e 1 n rdV" a woman to guide him.
eamanship.. Next to stamp collecting, his pet hobby was con- the ritm lat to late in 1950 The husbands, too, ringed around with the
Sversation.. wheo 40 were taken nut ani boon of matrimony, subject to bills, In-laws and
S ho!ti;TasinBtao on "sabotage" the patter of tiny eet also maintain a enoM
Roosevelt's jaunty spirit was expressed in his love f6r humor. a -o superiority to the bacelor, founded strictly on
ie relished the company of witty companions...FDR could define -'a ---------- ----"
his political tenets ina single cracking line: "I am not trying to And let's not forget Wel
mMule the upper dog. But I want to take the underdog of a, Mao Teh-k ng hnd -
le11______ Lu hun-tao. killed for calling Iina
Fearing It ight disrupt his close attachment with his mother, a stike n the Wing-on cotton
FDB did not tell her about his courtship until the day the engage- mill, number 2 factory.By Pete
ment was announced... He bed known Eleanor Ia distant cousin) .iNor the 00 ke unitonM
since he was 4...Thejr matr rpe attracted wide a-i"o' 're. ast s ted l......tres. C
Theodore Roosevelt gave the e away. She was his niece. i afston.ed 300 in Shangh
He was a devour man who kne many Bible passages by heart. nlm and uve 200 fn Ran-
Me once explained why he did n. worship publicly more often kow recently. Nor Loh Kwan. WASHINGTON, NEA). It Will take con-
"I can do anything in the goldfish bowl of the Preadent's life. "-- w"ne .,v"erel wounded .4aeraoiy more. uan usd ,biOas afliucaton
but Ill be hanged if I can say my prayers in it. It bothers me to i Pertunese Macao by .n an econumnc uoycoIa, ( u a*. .MIS*usMA
be looked at by all the tourists In Washington when I 0o to msats, after esca.- ,&Una. A-ua is the uDiaon ot expert wao nave
church." hi fign the glorious "new ueen watcn gSeU %,hass 'Ao0hatu traae wIo
ChOs anternai economy. '
Here is one of history's little known Ironies: While serving as a neLi concsson i that 'evn U the long Chl-
Ass't Navy Sec y he formed a friendship with another Government vel, von American comrades, na coast couia oe cumpiseeaiy loasoeu aas ain
official, which asted several years ...They had numerous ideals in let's be"r voun denounce the umaiaMlug pieventmeo, Ii sabfikuy OL te unin-
common and spent many happy weeks together traveling through Au'. 1. 1940, labor regulations. ese UomMuniaR regane woUi n.o oe enanager-
the U. 8. and Europe...His companion's name: Herbert Hoover. which have lust been made en. aur woui ue manllary ponutal o Otmna
vw Ilble in this country by the ue aflecteu, even on a sanotk-tun'oasis.
This was FDR's reply to a reporter who asked him to exolain art.i-~o uonilst undeprround. i'ne tsue wnica utas Imdsigs huts up to the
his philosophy: "I am a Christian, Democrat and human being." Thse Chinese Communist UnTed ianons isa important. Wat it ImpStes Is
And the greatest ef these was his warm humanity...It isn't just oveCrnmeint. lIbor lews say thet iiat carect, muueary acutmuo wit-nuve w *ew -
ts statesmanship and leadership that millions miss. What made '*Irlaw a labor management pio)e0 against, neo wnan, iU i s to be brougnit
the grief of his passing so deep and lasting-was that he took so dispute: .o oierml aconomaic santaos acp won t Ioe
much of you-and left even more-of himself. o- 01(pyoma. res sltnt8oak wen'i 00 We
-a -- "....employes shall not strike, vick.
Freedom.a i ech a beautiful American word because it contains or engag50 in other activities
the inspiring letters: FDR. tending to obstruct production In the new U. S. resolution banding Commu-
or to produce deterioration In alEt unma as an aggresnMr, roved Dc we
Mk A labor diselplIne Even after an unltea nations Ueneeal AfhMWy, there U 50
l Ell *b**b-*-I; on "'"'-In bo beap atrect reference as to what maetlares are io be
C Imade the Bureau (of 8odal applied. 'Aihe lourtn paragraph of the resolu-
___ r Afefir.t.*he riht of Interpre- ion merely calls upon tae ,aleaove SaeiS
-- .talsn and revision of th s re- committee "'o stuoy and ri d, h, wlat
FOB THE BEST IN iZRVICE rectors to construct a Yacht Club eulations rents with the Milita- measures might be taken Peiping."
Mr. Roberto Heurtematte, with two launches named after ry Control Commission." What this seems to p tottwardS Isath5X
(Through The Mail Boe): the hotel) for tourists who like a delay of some weeks better my-plan eMB IM
I have been trua'ly by flshlng, so that they may travel Or maybe vow comrades adopted and put into smotiol. It 1 Appaently
the "El PanamA" to.t during a li our beaches and feel the "**od Wee to sit in on a -.B to be a tough aa-tr to pesad ti
resent visit I made there. I say carsingof our tropical breezes. urwe g Frw5-" meeting Brtih, the Dutch, the -Prsab aen the laSt5
Impressed, because never before I am giving my frank opinion Chinse mtary people tIn particular to end their trade With Red China
ad I seen anything so manm- because luxurious and beauti- run 'r s t in m Twenty-six countries have led ae
ury-try a ark o art. an thn s me in proportion. In ms i. head United States ha one about as
ow let mess what I think is order that the Panamanian pub- *' r epaprn fld. cormp als. Jar as it can go in breabil l flationi with
necessary in order to entice tour- le and vteitors may be satisfied w. -.Ste f to,, a munlst Chna. Theta ema take
to ezum ier no oe o vta ts erice Htel"ElPaa- I' wrmrsnea steps nearly Twobgnto ae

m t reiam nhre not one or wim Its service, Hotel "El Pans- --w "-o'--wor-uff n- e s teps nearly two =
.two WS. but ca0e of two montms. An" should render the best In 1 secretPO No1e All U. a. prot-ry 13
T hotelnaeds spec plane the muett Americas. .wo Value ht"been
ng s t he f tourists ihese Ulittle Innovations should SS r aa Much a oft I a
ntOnly to flu a o felt vacancy that ex-*A t0. ac school
11e : b 9etel vhs also Wat lets ?LN.owV that we are able to br you pros o were Cal-Tax *
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jealoua. ,Men want company misery, like
drownMer nd It Is an awful thi to watch the
way they will sang up on a bachelor, while se-
cret ely h themselves for what they Are do-
In to t =ow oaf.
SYou ee it happening all rsmer. The
wives quit beating the husbands In Pubic, and
exuded Iwetness when the courting pair was
about the pgeses. The husbands cried the
ral of doble harness, and snwred openly
at the dretd barren life e te exile from
wedded bls. The bride-to-tA. li- all brides-
to-be, knew what she was doing a along. She
casts the honeyed hook, and in nostlme at al1
the fish Isgaspin on the bank under the delu-
sion that e caug the angler.
..I have dlcoerd that the.'ce of long
overde bthelores the empxh o I .on the
bde tha on the groom. Miss Ma rs Prane
s~ow twope, au\sly. ae tsd r.S l Mo n
disappear unt .the wedding d a n d a aot
to share the quarry .away fr sa .
pit Other bachelors have be4p.. med from his
company, as have disenchanted spouses of both
Ths long-sought prize Is the male I know
who Is. getting a shower, th _eng aa broad
conspiracy in the city to make am ch as a
recompense for lost fred As he sits aInd
rubs the ring in his nose .a bhgh polish, his
confreres cluster round wt advle on what
every blushing groom shou.m. .,,m ad-
vice, such as beating them d tf no
guff about an evening out wth the BysWd
regarded in a rosy dream et Idealistl desti-
city. The lady of choice already .begins to lay
down the law, and all he can hear Is angels
chorusing. Pity.
The rites come off tomorrow, and the man Is
much too far gone to bolt the barrier and flee
to Singapore. He will doubtless be disgustngly
happy, and will become a eraging serf like the-
rest of us. But it i possible to mourn the pass-
Ingoft an institution, and if Newman treads the
hallowed aisle, the atom bomb cannot be far be-
hind Ave atque vale!


r Edson

still in China and Hong Kong.
All Chinese-owned assetin the United States
have been frozen by the Treasury Department.
They are believed to be worth dome $300'mnlion,
but a detailed census on them won't be com-
pleted till the end of January. The tree order
was imposed principal to prent transfer of
thUee assets to other 'counts from whifh the
Chinese Communist government might' gain
control over them.
-Red China's imports from countries outside
the Soviet bloc were valued at $270 million dur-
ing the first nine months of 1950. Forty per
cent, or nearly $100 million came from the Unit-
ed States. What China got from Russia via the
trans-Siberia railroad is unknown.
Chinese imports from the U. & consisted
mainly of $00 million wor of raw cotton, $3
million dyes and chemials.. $9 Mllion metals,
meehipery and vehicles.
Cotton spinning is China's biggest industry,
tough it employs considerably lee than one
per cent of China's 400 mnlUsB aeop. -4Shut.
ting off raw cotton imports would hurt China
soame, as Russia could not lsnmanately Mupiy
the deficit. But India could, if she does not
Join the boycott.
The important point here, hower, ls that
China is still so backward that shutting down
Ie industry means lttl .
Chinese exports to all-countries outside the
Soviet bloc are valued at a4 Willi o fez the
first nine months of 1960. Qf this t tl,1 M
ebt, or about $100 mllton wort casoe to
U. 8. Principal, export to R was probably
U cipal U. B. Imports fa China were Sm
millie worth of rat silk -A S. S miallIo
and feathers, $14 vegetadis ois
end $10 million WorhmAl :e=
omaSe tire

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eral Power Complio
Is better. Also Mon W*q
when he wants to mr ,
real esate In Souther-
than Washinton, D. (
On top of this, W
most couageous battle
HAose nami, Tr
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Board. e toa
.to Snator Byrd, the bsx
from the vitally important
ate roasting place, the Chi
Wallren has been such a
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wyonn wuv usmaI arno us a nuuo mauia, BanU amoianarmU.
favor the cheaper 38,000,0000 n ogtheasre, a s eMw i
land, claim New England cannot afford to bea s4# %d
Itnmr And much heavy .sons e -"
NOTE A lot of poUa- both Democratic and l
- is mixed, up n this Power Commiion maneuvetng. O .
mocratio side, It was Phillips Petrolesm wh ea-ren=
its private plane at the disposal of Democratic ..t
KnsasCity for the Bill 38le Dinnit. On the
is Phillips Petroleum which hires Nell Tolmasn p i
lobbyist. Tolman fonr campaign anger
Bridges of New Hampue; mIspote a or
oral power Commission. For rtge s eri
Nelso Lee Smith, also fo New en &Wd0=
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#M4-OT740 J.**AL PRIVADAI APARTADO POSTAL NO. 134 .0 doW.|a d o A
! ^ EN uudW ^ -*TWU tu' 3EN EN ST& CUDA. CALLE N. NO8 o po snjhl G S
Seno s eesta notas sbre
"... sBsici6ne d0 Ciro S. Odub'-
el salon de Ia bibliotefl
UNA nLEY DE POSITIVA la Cludad Univeristarl.-
CCION" 6CIAL Ln qua no ha de sralG
Y comped
En su sesi6n del mi&rcoles la Asamblea Nacional a uros de lmdosa
arob6 en tercer debate el proyecto de ley per el Eaton dibuja os amplemen
eualu e establece, bajo la total protecci6n del Estado, cnstuyen muestras de i la
el srvicio de caravanas areas de asisten0ti mhdica pets delartists, Q 1 s
en las Provincias del interior., ues v es, le loa lenr4 os e

sles v iue, a Il s s d dend.a B, i 1 ^ ^ S
mano en la minima cirauin-
'Como es sabido, un nimero quizis insospeehadoe ano i de su exl atnlS U -i

bui dietancias separan por complete de deavlzaion jyse al pintor y ^ divda ^'irn de ta r e"^ d^ ^am^Sft 'S E^ l
de pueblos se encuentrin completamente incom- unin- Reerdo que de jul Ut?
anallzor Is.obra do 00A4
cades de las ciudades principales y, por conaiguiente, rollua-ee an pint r, :
n esos lugaresuer se padecet a falta de loa a s element ta cepcnald bu anera. caimr cp- P u
tales recursos de la ciencia para prevenir y combat tab e pla ut pocr a ya. sa su*qo. .e .

tal paral entrar en puna vigencia en la Repblca. crbs y ts cout I ivd retradda. Con- -- .- -
tir las enfermedades. El nivel sanitarlo, per otra riodo de lormadi6n-.trois -.
part, necesariamente tiene que hallarse en la msnis deta ye pincel y e beh de ui a
baja escala possible, y, como l6gica consent enia, el p tarea s eminutra eeracuy entrdsa .. hl pdc, dU

la institution de las caravans areas, la cual, a no minso ds i modeiado n guat cantu r q. .** .
ampesino panamefio sufre constantementeo e flagelo els preoblcasquoe l pinlal d o
Pues algo de esto me ocur ns
En el cursado y de o ltimo cualr naiolos, el pals con S O Odber Yo hl ns
notado, an lax horns an QUOl e 'rU J o.. OW nowe :WOR Wl
ha sido testigo de ud a humanitaria labor iniciada he visitado I exposlcl6n w A Febrero "S U
y antenida por un meritorio compatriots, el Dr. talada en a Univeraldad, quel .a.).-noym eupo qu-e is

Ctar pra onsipr so tribute de impatia y de eltrbrita. Ton a ela o Ibu-eu;. a invasion de ..1
Luis Carlos Prieto, quie con personals efuerzaoso cn atenion y aim nda- l pair lo oa munl -CA leovada en min d u 90 per l a. I

7 a hicieron Nosible esta yrovechofa iniHvari.n M eY rlma. lo taterior: hry una pieza de su contomo. lteS opo- 0Gw 1 1w -a -- .
Isev6 en su propio avi6n los recursos de la medicine rtquelos c mprende mura una nersroee al modeldo0 p raa andosedo
hasta apartadas regions del interior de la Repdblics ~bncollamentcn dtee l rb pud6 a tn oromente n e. Primvenhr. --e p- s
y pintel, cou6, estin mis pr6- MA ne n6eRent pli shorner s- au ble-qproducc. 20n du etM4, yan
En estos cuatro rafos de noble, efiiente y gene- a posa eltaua. En Poe La elegnfor dieron qu ren o a la ma u san a Is .
rose trabiao, el Dr. Luis Carlos Prieto ha confron- leos aenaas hay an6edota: josl-p de Odubieran er valta a loresa o! 1
nn detavo algin palaJe, l& an ~dot gew' iS ifldoi t per Franclk y I & p id 'elbI Is produ caM a S Cregb ads e,18-
de no pocas deficuletades, inclusive a cidents a&- del artist e a ateY su snidoa lndicanI s po- to oan I A
reos con su secuela de pirdidas de orden econ6mico. perdido, ha sido derrotada per a de dohna tempranaIrte in- 41.000 t Z i El desna o d es ldutl antl eta, -
ala aate ticdad pict rI delocomntas chinos a fin del ao( .ab- muestra notlbl progress l dM, ,' .

dms. estomunl de Cirta 8. huns a fin del a lo .
An cuando la labor del aludido gano tiene u Y yo plenso que esos dibujos de apa yatura ci erzsa rebedn tenldo una a- can o om -c--
conatItu el nde al- deHe ChW Minhs. Muchos do to a 37i asa cla del nerqo q por ttet
ps itivo mirito en su propio trabajo personal, es evero al a e oas eeviulces -neca0e e ta s 37 ea del d ue am
EI *que su mayor triunf rro radiceda en haber deon per- cafzar la elma de las 6lom. Y esa n lae ecretom ndla afra e d Ge dlfune a adel f-n pin-&ff -"
dante oestn a Ipar oe lor m 1eo en que el rC peLegroo e parde os 6 poSndlent n cileso, s M. pstado realso o
tado la sensibilidad national en torno al problema cuanto a estcd*ca. Claro que de fe el dia del afo nue- a0 li- en s a trel t l
ad em rep rese n ta n C l d oq ua- v a a ie h o e lf t nsmQeA qoua-1-Mt .. .aLe. ... -- -a S -
mdltiple de la salud del pueblo panamefio allf done maent. Elr e ycento i en- 'so itn nrm6 r Prel dente t s fI o-reoe atra prducn en
lasm distancias separan per complete de la civilizaci6n teresante l piratr y al dibu- Trum$n de varos mavlmlentoes Iadua. dnmn isn e os ouma a.n .,

P rtDtara en sus cUadros, quae cO- cp a Ottawa, pars cYnfere- descenaso may gra e V e ... l .... oac mes
Sa a c omniCdalde yon los funconar- toosado e canl Paroqu d expreslp- en today Oa cncptedn e Odu-ad
Ese esfuerzo se esti cosechando ya a trav6s de mentari a sr manersan et- parn color puar, cancer a- a sO mu to. entire S 850 tonelad
una ley que solamente espera la sanci6n constitucio- A ami me place todoa ets dionsme. urccia 0d I d' elatlendoseiclrtAc t-
atimbos de Oduber. Quiza mis tendSueeat* vs ', dennis ,aumentartoutsennU- tuna,
S al para entrar en plena vigencia en la RepSblica. los carbones y los coute a los hane vvido retra na Conl- Ii qe que at o en

h .1 n i. d .n.. d* 5 Cldorln. l ep : ^ clu la a Imprteonlsmo. La pndla- unu paleta IndMeU | p .pr-

S 0r u1 u' rre~r. bra --y tal veZ lo trastorna- P or ello tellclto al0 artltta|
S puede decir que de ahora en adelante ha venido r de la y pinccep y n echio deree re ea dmre niamload y d 2 *65 eisd, colder p p
a former part de la mentalidad sanitaria del pas muestr elective o- maWn a sineo yi my entradg l der qu ita pro l ad taons' .jelOantoa Gd o Ae.
la instituci6n de las caravanas areas, la cual, a no minio del modeldoun ga centuria que vivnimos.
ei fo r- o e m ono m e Ileg | Ge : "fN : B M.t,,.. ': ,.
Sdudarlo, hafti' de ir progresando dia a dia con el det coneguir ola for- o ~ o e l .
impulso del Estado y con el calor national. ma. 4 l bujs dida OdTc r .
I I I!- -, .. 2 k .- -1.
"El PaniatAA mirica" aprovecha este comen- *nPres16n de, relieve,nde volu- al lipia. Lo "cu p de m inla- ,i
tarlo' para Ce sigfnar su tribute de simpatia y de emeartn 'r l dttes.- TodG elo a(n msAup4iC.tI At erito", .- -
reconomidlento a todas las personas que on el Dr. reprn l prlOn nos tia ta as" Y o, 'C d -P e nson
er eim lms oterior, hay una pieza de su contOrnO, s sin o, a" 'cm r

rl Trbnis hoy. Tri.eto, u pbllo siguendo a mima trayect- exter: tracndental Cads fiur conr ls time a Ij RU-
rn, hicieron possible yesta provechomainnovac6n ma- e 9 I fe e u n a a .
a, icieron possible esta provechovoa de orms pury una nerse al modeled, ligndoae
nitaria, mediante un ejemplo noble y de inconfundi- abominael6n de lo qu pudiera amorosamente con 1..
ble proyecei6n social conslderarse literature. Porque La elegancia de eoates dlbu-"
la pintura es enemigo director jos de Oduber salta a lo ojos.
de eOo que se denomina lite- Y su sinceridad; as melancello.
ratura y, el dibujo at lo eas Dibujos 7 61eos molanc6licos
ms.a estos de Clro 8. Older. Pin-
AVI S JUDICNo hay que caer en ra ten- tura cilid, d6buno rdl&enICMENe,
taci6n de expresar; pero sf hay Placer en los usiles -vame"
EDICTO EMPLAZATORIC case do dos plaso. de modern y techo de que xpresasr. Hay quo valver *Plscsr par farms", fuidmnli-
El quo muscribe JUE' PRINFRO DEL hierr acenladon di construdcid. la espalda a sla expremsidn coma tal en la obra del oven pin-
o. rodoelyuetodoei"Palecer aroe onscenl re lOi douhl 1111- L u ll III1I 5 I
CIBCUITO DE COLON. par eate med ido an Ctresdel Bri met de Ia pintura o. del di- tor-: carifto a lo o res, sobre '
CITA 1 ee FRANCISCO SALCADO anta clu o ide bu. Clare que yo no he ol- todo en la primers 6po de
Ftretae utooaaaccuse elsie, ce ntlmetram
Puertcrclquefsao. msar d edad. com an- do ta r td ls I dol. a vidado que una de la man- Buenos Aires.
U1111 Q do Noe Amricad do ydopTadai- rsa tmecnt&cnirtr 2.60 I i d festacones 1 arte nuevo ha Misterlo. un halo de misterlo,
Sstuol dpeaonor Si, par que dentr otonado el npbre d e epreslo- en today a rconcepe6n de Odu-
del td Jlno doutreints a dOnl Coelrd cometr d ol aaio. e O a palsbra en her, hallo adms. Y e r .

lCerncn Gorncia uni iha I e U pe ee. Crr del bra -y tal vez 1 trastorna- Por ello felcito al artl stas Y "
W ILMA GEORGEoee l lo ue d or del concepto-dr n naci6 en que trae brisaYrp de Junovdad y nrn. 4
E ribunl. rodlr, lo In dril o ri ui dln iaor d f *un r Aoemanln luun deas Vattld s lnreridad.e ad, AS
md ic E dl taermioo nrrab airrern, c oit uio ra pedlai e I on e hr d
Ju rle do Diar. a n plaroo on ia. cointr se a cunalecera d mel e do fas m m*l,'"' .lil-_ "'I V A A t '. 3 I"~"I.J :"' : 'j

S a bi u tt (l t nel li en Ela. Pae ser .ll d ra CARLOS Id AN ZUe eroIA

DI lo .. o e";1 ;a'.in l nr aitlhe eler or tar p I ist. doS epAarn ousw. Em D iligo L P lo ra
n Sloa n e r T euira oal eurrans del jacIis, H tn t Iua pa sutreo do Ie a leerd oo. ol r '
b Ia as. s o ,ena .ra I, m papuen sta Q Ia e hasvun e dos deil e.. ',,
goeeortlulros al;. 47 y 47 del (.e1 u d-i a do bauso rn.eldjgets Ia .o ..... A R PA
..... g Tr .. .. OUJ|l -- Pp UF do ia d81d0er& o- n -; "I- M
udilnl. fise elv r o i mto rdn Em- en Sremote ol Amlaor isocno t.r
ladsososeon ldlar parinble doe itsrer, Pa r ento rs ue ms. prte eels. Emi. Psomeras

Do e,ub rnid.n can \ I d ras as Isc h tr P has ite lole .d is trde pa s tornso bn u v lr u
rhl deI Tribunsl heyS Tromn E 0 inlc o i de Pno-or" .ono rItnidn@.I-
fi i 1. par e er isna do tre l ta, e l Wo peal entoint asna culuos
1201 dien S tOI dE m oel b c oen a AOf. iiO El Slere du rlatAlgialEj "emeptra
bus mlu tnt uoacio anmlr larel s, m i'opursadr o mua rlalanoly alt
Do aarma lrun-oiy eponare mt. 9e do Dsr l embrblo do 19ndela .b a
xt fim nero os de PI a nal E DICTO EMPLAZATOS "-eda""-hiolmo...idai
SXl Se El JRso doe sua rliboo, Trcera del Cir. O TDE$ DIAC UNirAMfNTr nerfecto Io aureditan seom Ia. mjor l Mp" h
(rue JOSE A. ARRI.41 ,J telttUdo h Pasn iamlr a rh o rlnsi do en-g, "s" -e"mil"nw... ftP-
___ra _Ja ____a ___n__r__asP_ rr__ ovde r.i seovoalinlto Pieuontl Wo n. *n.' -..*
JuI cIoler, o elas rrs o onsn ieAd Jlado 1 adaE preas t a i Tribum l deutro de l a"ar"ooaD
pametoa dor ibul al i r d .e s loa. eIsn eun. I a:rrmno d treinto n dela neosents So m u e d emuy r e hudose
RACE SABER: b .s n porh6lei e d e Is Ic id. OeT ra use ft .b.. ...m o p'e.. .
Quo on es ,rim ije.'s-capo a hh tacrl hsga icder mu. derochoo en l. domnan- maa. '
tpaetn rot Shimt Masolts de o Solo d dllarIlo onl o rL t contra a pro- S SIU UUD0S U UMEa N E. -, f'"
:ltr .lol,,:o J .detga de Porree n mavldo n lolee Adell P geont Wood. I SW VLJIIOYJ rmsiae lds -c- ad'
o pr]llo poial nUe te a shgarI mbao nupe cvd ld concede.,av so le .ombra-, ,, -' .
Stl @sttribasnml, mtdiar~o loa Irrcnilo rA on defenaar do aument, con qulem 0 VeUtdos ligeramente maneadeel, so los lam
coad. le sen t I ln p enubasel don arelur de u oo frecemos a! bajisimo prodsoG def ..

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1 Hasta las 10 a.m. del dia 12 do febrero A 19651 Beflos VESTIDOS DE RATON e e ..
se reeibirIn propuestas en pligo coerrado on el Despa. lo son de 7.95, 8.95 y .JO0, 10 PiOW -.- ." T rf.-4 .
ohe del Ministro de Obras Publicas, para la construc- O iprard uranto e a s. .- ..-.,,. -. -
*Mn del nuevo Hip6dromo Nacionsal. 4.95 y L955 j -- LiA st" .
Las especificaciones y pianos podrin obteonerse y W : .. "-

-hlrant la* horas hibiles, on la Seoli6n de DisoARos y
ltt rucciones de este Ministerio, previo dsp6lito do

r PanamA. 1 do enero io 1961.
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-'. .'..t, tUS -- LBa aldeds ra ra c6mo han reas tido el ri. .
riqueof- e"*eaWre, MpboS do ello nnc .hablanI
tSi -..."anhazaron do 4 ato e aleve lt e ido rn a-
S- ..-..SO en l a. I F as le onglidersa como element.
lustre al -mib flco q droe lmuchas recUraos.
Que ms ban lbdo 10- "La portonrrqueflos son par-
ormsa un cOrerS Psd, 01.New to del ej6rlto de los stados
York Herald Tr ag. t, Ul des y avSansa Il estilo a-
SEn un demo 4& g ea n o., o dependent de
Rand describe ol op porto- lde fuo ego i n l do art- qeeibl anoebe -a tihae 1S
4.'....*' -r quefios e .ast pael. "e leria y golps reos-- y no postIa en Is A ds1 s ,
tilo amerleano", do ado de a i an an exponerse G"." t es
Iis superior po e=i16 4 0ug ,i Corresponsal informs qi.o Mrll "t n o
'&a. -.iw K amA. quo Gte 'dolcudiagmlto. ) presenod c6to un bstsfll 6 ma ta omna..
Rand inform como' lab tttl- deaportorriquefiog tomo posic-. La Sim. Booet preseuti ha I
dades portorriluoeflna s echaa- nes on alo' edonde habla o deo lee ma baes triaJe. E PI
Sron a log comnutmaR quo staah- rrids un staQue. Autos hom.r ga'umuhi quo a mhflem am
ron durante la neoche on uDM breed avansaron libremente, dex is Aemla Gane, y el am?.
sona de is cual so habhla eas- tadcdoseo lag saluotas contra el ha mide may olall4e per ii
,h do retirando. 'acdt6n.' taitv olelo, y dben shaber sido vizstos OUVe nts.
l ar on a l frate occidental. par muchoa de los chinos sp os- La fehletomes sf ee1amets ,

,pa .ln ms Rand. Como. resultado deo

&Mt-,, 1001`,91i61.ecque. hablat g nmdp duraste _
wa por lelpa e pe dia.
el ato'dWuLos pw a Artorrlesiomua cn "El elrca do Sin Igal"
muy buen noNbre on Corea por
-del :u. ..oapiritu", obabrv Es Barato y Efeflm,
S I Si eano za d toyd
bdeh t. prtra .ln a dicieibra haog causa1o ad-
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S" q noeO dat e B"b- "
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o Ib-. eOs 8/ egantemente vestidal
.os ', ,-. Sa Ua a 2.
, 1.p.a udo l paror Par. t sa dis tinguie osmodelos dAe verano
as P A .Mr 1 a te.d elAd L oora it u a I Aera qued6 o-. Dere t re i bido predoas telas
ISZ 11 Y11=90. 31*) -Bgheisit "iwt A "iuuuAld

SP.I 4 r 4nanamg, o 1ltada, co n is I En colors de mods,
,:, e- tMaeo, a f qot-W stue Cro Ge tropn-oo
coitnulta, chico haqs nao u .n ,iu fuerasr nut- y: pimaa'qta~ se necesitan p ."de -e doen PnamA, tsu ed Mandarins i Chartreuse
'yi, aei oet o mee ted or qioga u wnuobn vib hf-oilarop cefdentmal iolevando a cabo en eA ampilo
-a _____se ____nent ________e___do._ _r_ v.s_ rag ,0?. garantce la p lobby del inoderno Notel "II rique
S. Cao do ls Estad L Enolores p aeles
W L"". #Ia L ..Wt .T G d.,. Un total do-Ontl 7 doi 0-ptotep

ava hUaSSof n u Jalfnne c .s, Vanosb. : E.-iens l dossn. obhibd, en *, Cha s mbray rtreus

:a),.*fa d ilcon E ,t Taaonoa 28 44 ,
AI 'karruSBdet nW Dr. .V-ay an i eGe l-cn. europars01jon

m dPahA m Cubs que re l6, me nll6, + cplO howero_.e bendo su a que o acre- ta l pbllce eenser, g Ave. Ce al elon: it -
Cl i t21, de 0 de 2o.j urade s ie. etadn Incurd .o.uma n y po..p del Coe gr so dita coma m laco do Motors arA de hehy late' l e s 10.e
e 1, 140 e .C..oGe P rrds uns y declsdameqte u sit ann m fin Ce rneon DioaeL del present moo a Feibert
rte1 "A .o 3atdiar .. e9pa'd a.. tA que truei o podoy m l --G .e.iscn
S. r a .r.. a l. nd I a. do .JARAI H4POFOSFITO de CAL Continda nuestra gran VEN TA ESPECIAL
S ._ o ~e p.dllhoo ,m r, .A renovde l" mepar6n de ..e sdel..,... ..
-u .a onars d a .-s ml -arademerno -e l.. .ia. IoroenoedEo. .roo stde I ALT
topondnt as msl na Enea lpd p- sl"- merad dispueato da dare oriRIo alaa iL
Obor 'leame os-r a-ntgoldn Ce rrcomndaciones Ga .. Eis -AI, FRenhower
...erm oanterquch -gn w@e tdeng .a ..t.. do quoe so. li.nador Taft.-, l so prear- PRISRANcon mas V STIDOS!!
@ilnj2 oayle e. pail.s Isted dmer_ _at.rpret Ce tado aobre I .actitd quo.n_-PFRALnOa

tan b---lht.-moto.- blerna-- qa tase p.. o tos a mece6n hus HACE A LOS NINOS CRECER SANOS
urant ocuso di ,. c. ...mino da t e con rndas PAnNTA O
'XAm te V, 41W atdiadwalb,---d- -. e,,r---al[ qua dcc." d ROBUSTOS .Is
de Maw w fyi F- pontu j 6ou- 4en o Farmd i Nuestro ENORME EXITO depende de que
.... .. ...... ...... .... D AM O S lo que O FR ECE M O S: r-,
;ro'squeUIfe a'dt ambnqioh i do e. ie A N U
A .eser a Pner d rolYUt p- racSord A +b-Asda w A T
. _. iato ,, ..'Alloaad.. .. VESTIDOS y PANTALONES
. ndoi jornadt. en mlfs- anuterm Onta d.r I6j/1 JjQ j[CJn-..r.' A MENOS DEL PRECIO DE COSTO!
S_4r_ l y p loronair enm ine- aUnla Termud, fml sd'e la-
imt.a' Dfdue dDctor Generalu-- -E T DS
rle qutted a d ".O""Ante. AHORA
le.+a a c- aIt .tuzca COe ,.t. *S," do, 20.00 y 25.00 .. ........ ...... rebajados a 12.50
o acacioneer as I4TISTAI. D 25.00 y 30.00 ................. rebajados a 17.50
esaas /acacoes .o o cop .lados; 30.00 'CELANESE' y 'CELBROOK',. rebjad 21.95
58i 35.00 'RIVERCOOL' y 'TROPICAL',.. rebajados a 24.95
pi ahioa Acaba os 4i.m 45.00 y 50.00 de PURA LANA, .... rebajados a 3495
S.BLUSA. MANOA LARA ,De 2 y 3 botones y de doble pecho En tamalos 34 al 46
smpfti i de recibir C c r.u.po4B, verde.
-,ecf. ,.PANT ALONES.

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Dt nd a' E .p..9 y4.50 4.95 y 6.45,................ rebajado aa3
SIa s St dOS 8.00 y 10.00 ................ rebajados a 4
C-m Vid dot.DE SEDA 7.50 8.00 y 10.00 ........... rebajados a 5
ala -ariddd eSaumM'. T10.00 y- 12.00 ................ rebajados a
o J r atima moda ..95 ,, Tamalos: 28 al 44

lAIN RI de Nylon ZAPATOS ,10.9
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6-Tsjld :4. mula.
q-AdveiSMW4 modo.
f-R-gl de emropa.
10-OonenasI, deowrden.
13-Puro, d mecIa.
1l-Toca pan nifiou.
19.-Frut peral, l r "y.
20-Jugad final an el ajodrez.
21-tad dedel Medlo Oriente.
22-Sala Inmde.
23-Caud lo araoe.
25-Uno centre various.
26-Novillo menor de dos amfo.
328-ruta tropical.
30-Igual al 26 horizontal.
33-Que tiene sonoridad.
34-T6rmlno argentipo.
36-Ave de plumaje muy negio.
37-Labrar la tierra.
3S-eifrls, meta.
39-Aves dom6atlcas.
tO-Tratamiento Ingles.
43-Tela muy transparent.
44-Moneda Japonesa.
P~tc?6n de auxillo.

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i-i- 'if-

Espinoso problema
sobre trabojo se
discutir6 en Chile
BANTIAGt. I ali L- Ell
Consejo Econ6mico y Social de
las Naclones Unidas, fun.lo-
narlos del cual estAn llegand6
ya a Santiago en Inter Ame-
rieano de la Panagra, tendra
que debatir sobre algunos pro-
blemas intrincados en las se-
alones que se iniclan aqui el 20
de Febrero.
Uno de ellos es el asunto del
trabajo forzoso u obligatorlo,
que se origin hace cuatro a--
tios, cuando la Federacl6n Anre-
ricana del Trabajo sollcit6 a
las Naciones Unidas para que
realizara una lnvestigaci6n oom
plets acerca del volume del
trabajo forzoso en los paises
miembros y sugirlera uzledijas
para eliminarlo.
Treintidos naciones mlem-
bros ban indicado su deseo de
.cooperar. La Uni6n Sovietica
ha expresado que preflere una
propuesta anterior sabre la ui-
so de una investigation por los
representantes de los sindica-
toe obreros, mientras que BtI-
arias, Checoeslovaqula e Ir&q,
dlcen que no desean cooperar.

Atalaya se esta

preparando para

su festividad
ATALAYA. enero (Correspon-
sall. Las festividades del
primer domingo de Cuaresma,
el once de febrero. se celebra-
rA aqui con todo el splendor
como en ahos anteriores. Esta
es una fiesta de fe y no exis-
te causa para que ella no se
verilique, por este media se
lea hace saber a todos los In-

Tres nilos co

la pobkaci6n 4

El Corregidor de eoe luatfr

pide protection a Previsi6n

Social para tomar meditdok

H'mos recibido la siguliete
carta del Corregidor de Gara-
GARACHINE, 17 de Enero de
Sehora Ministro de
Previolon Social y Salud Pu-
blica, R- de P.
Scnora Ministro;
Tengo a blen Informar a us-
ted que, en esta poblacion se
estin registrando casos de pJ-
En la actualidad, hay tres
r.ilos que se encuentran bastan-
te mal, y de acuerdo con* los
datos 'recOjidos de la preuca
de esla capital, los sintomas
que :resentan estos nifios dc-
muestran que estin atacadcs
de !.L enfermedad, en menci6n
Oja&& que el Ministerlo a su

digno cargo, tomaa la, me,-.
didua conducentes a fin d LM
partir las 6rdenos pNf CVKa
que aela proBgando i
que amenaIs a eata pbfloio.
Inf6rmote aidnL P OW, f
poblaci6nt eti- ilendo te Vdtf'-
da cuda dia per gran cantidd
de moscas y moaquitos que N
estan hacienda cada yves 3I8
Veriamos con gran isatlaot
cl6n que se nos dotarm do D
y bombas parsa eectOWr eLre.r-
go dc 6ste, configulendo asl el
extermmio de estos Insectoo mo
lestosos y perjudlcialea.
En la conflanza d'e deirTi
enterada de su Inmedlata aye-
da, me suscribo de ugTed~ a-
Adolfo Arro"ha
Corregldos de OGarachia6

Andres Can ilo afirma que

el no ha perteneado unca

al Partido Comumnista aqui

Hemos recibido la sigulente
ANTON. enero 31 de 1951.
Jos6 A. Cajar Escala
Redactor de
La Voz del Interior
Apreclable Sr. redactor:
Celoso coma soy de mi buen
nombre y de mi condicl6n de
ciudadanoo *en un pals dem*-
crAtico, vengo respetuosamente
a solicitar cabida en su pAgina
pars la aclaracl6n que hoy me
veo obligado a hacer, en vista
de los ataques Injurloaos y ca-
lumnlosos de los cuales he aido
objeto por part del seflor Jo-
sad Noriega H.. a de quien se
escude tras ese nombre, en un
articulo intitulado "Eapectaculo
deprimente tuvo lugar on el
Concejo de la poblaci6n de An-
t6n el Diez", aparecldo en la
pagina cuatro, Vos del Interior
su ediclOn del 23 de los co-
Aunque inform he recurri-
do a las autoridades compe-
tentes en demand de justicia
(he presentado denuncia por
calumnia e injuria contra quien
resultare culpable), croo necb-
sarlo decir al public lector que
tal he hecho par trees razones
lo.) Nunca he sido comunts-
ta. No estoy afiliado al partldo
de esa ideologia en Panama.
ni he tenldo con los dirigen-
tea o aflliados a ese partido
otra vinculacl6n que no hayan
sido aquellas en las que todo
el pueblo panameflo march al
unisono, en ocasi6n de conve-
nios o actos lestvos a Is dignt-
dad national. Estoy afiliado, &i,
-y con orgulo lo digo-- al
Frente Patri6tico.
2o.) 81empre he conalderado
que las armas no resuelven de-
finitivamente ningnin problema;
de alli que me hays educado
en principles netamente civi-
litaa. 81 easto ea sai, mal puedo
hacer andado con armas (ame-
tralladoras) para poner la ra-
z6n de ml part. Much iaenos
he podido hacerlo en ocasl6n
de allanamiento del Concejo,
que fue un hecho legal, tanto
asi que ,eatbpa preseati~ ade-

mAs del Juez, trees agents de
policia y uqa gran cantidad de
3o.) Ml calidad y condicl6n de
maestro me vedan el camino
a los actors bochornosoa y nads
edificantes, tales como propi-
clar desordenes, burlar la jus-
ticia, star ebrio en actos in-
calificables. Jamas nadle podri
declr que me ha encontrado
en esa lamentable situaci6n. Cl-
to aqul el testimonio de las
peernas- honrdass y el- de mil
Jefes y saperiores Jertrquicos.
'Tambldn. al de los que pre-
senclaron los hechos esa noche.
Tengo tamblin la obligaol6n
do hacer algunas aclaraciones
adjetivas a este respect: No
he menclonado palabras lesi-
vas ni insultivas en contra del
seflor Preskdente de la Repu-
blica, del Ministro de Gobier-
no y Justlcla, del Goberhador
de Coc1d, ni aun en contra del
Alcalde del Distrito, porque
aunque eas bien alerto que no
apruebo algunas actuaciones de
estos fundconarlos, slempre he
sabido, por educacl6n y tempe-
ramento, guardar la deblda
compostura y otorgarles el res-
peto que ap condcld6n de fun-
gionarlos y eludadanos mere-
Especflfcaente, ropecto del
actual Presldmte hi. do declr
rue 'cusndo estuvo -aidQ, supe
defender l1 derecho que como
panamefio benla a partlcipar en
los debates na ales, ta co-
me lo hicdmos -lo del Frente
Patri6tico: y asdmlamo hoey que,
por tronias del destino, 61 es
el rector del jeeutlvo, tam-
bldn he tenldo el valor civi-
co de ftalar los errorea que,
a ml ul to, y a Julelo de la
mayorla del pals, ha tenldo.
Y tamblen he tonido la sufl-
clente eatereza deo carter pa-
ra no echarme a sus pies en
finglda adoraclun, como han
hecho muchos de sus enemigos
de ayer que lo trataban de "lo-
co", que atn el mismo dia de
su aacensl6n nada glorlosa lo
declan, y que hoy gosan de bue-
nos puestos, coilmo los de Ins-
pectores dq Oarrapatas u otros
por el estilo.
Nunca tampoco he tenido ar-
.mas on mis manos pars ata-


1-OMudad do Francis.
i.i4 verbo oriental.
14--1alle vienl8.
15-Malgaetado. 1
-para vino 0 acelit.
1O-.Vestidura sacerdotal.
22-Cotteasna griega.
24-Poco corriente.
25-Ropa interior de hombre.
9--Letra griega.
S0-Diosa de la comedian y el
$1-Rio de Europa.
2-Que se dedic a a studios
4 i .muy velos.
e tde la.
-Parte del pie,
41--Del- verbo econatltuir.
48-Que contilone oro.
4--Clase de tela.
s1-Medida antigua de longl-
tud, PI.
1-Medida Inglesa.
3-Escuchais. *
5-Que no ea el mismo.

car a nadle, y monol a mis
tios u otroa famaUis y lue-
go huir de oa JuJtita. Ha si-
do una serid calcul.Ma de in-
jurias, amenaaa. cluMnilas y
falsedades que me e p' tellendo
contra ml, aenollamente por-
que tengo la yalenUtA (cro que
es un deber civic) de denun-
clar todo lo malo que haya,
en contra de ol pobres, en
contra de ml pu@blo, en contra
de ml pale, para a de 4 a
manera, abrtr los b .t a las
mas, pars que no -s dejen ul-
trajar y humillar Impunemen-
te por los uaienow Talvoe ml
mayor dellto ha MO acer po-
bre. saber estudlar 7y eguir a-
delante y no degarmu absorber
por el ambient do servilismos
y claudicaclones ab*ctos. 3
Muchas graclas, Br. redactor
de La Voz del Interior por es-
ta oportunidad, perdone la ex-
tehsion de la carts y acepte
nuevamente lae egurldades de
ml apreco y consideraeun.
Muy atentamente,
Andrid E. CalUBllt .,
Ant6n Prov. de Cod&.
CGdula 47-M93.

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a clh

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ep de 1 &40
de4 Los.
a uVOd Nf
ssa.0 I
-- -

an \ 0t

eme eontq Ja- a eucagas iun-
clones doe eoretarlo de la Co-
misi6n de oEtidio de sla Educa-
cl6n Ne &tInal, y del'eftor Ovi-
leo A. di Leo director de
Educa6l r Maia., reqponua-
blea direetos del aeteama que a-
hora algnM. pretenden que se
camb, pe r 'onlderar que no so
han obtnido los Tesultados que
oe 1 seueMperaban.
Nosotros no podemos hablar
de aistema d4 IzIpeccl6n, con la
nisma facimdad con que apre-
ciamoa loe resultados de la labor
de un metro. no enteramoa de
Jos program alcanadoal or un
determined grqpo do alumnoa
o emitimoa opinl6n sobre sla con-
venerinciaa o nconvenienala de
que se abra o ae dcler una es-
cuela. Un Sdtema educative.
cualquiera uoe 61 ea, anatituye
un problems de envergadura tal,
que pars entrar a analhrarlo, as
neceaita de la lntervenon de
educadoreu lde mental d unal-
versitaria, per Ims expetxen
claW obtenwa puedan obJetva-
nmente pronunc ar o .
Sn cuanto al W t ma
estoy de acuerdo con 1 R-.
pectores de la Capital, en que
tree aios. no as tempo suflcte-.-
to pars conocer de suS bends-
des y de sus pecado.
Podriamos comenzar a onjul-
elar data cueation, ave rlpiao
at los Inspectores de Eduae ln,
hemos alcanzado a compronder
blen la actual organilaeldn de
Inapeeclones, y ai hmoe suam-
pildo a conplensa con top.1"a
obligacuones inherentes t.6us-
troa, ergos. En odtras Ola ae
al hemos laborado. en esteos 4-
timoe trees eaos, eo Ila debida
roaposabllldad. competenak y
bonrades profealonalea o tin,
db hemos puesto al dIt=.O del
actual mistema, las enorgla nse-
eesarlas pars que sus resultado
fueran satisfactorily.
S1 eatos requItwseo no Naa
kenado a plenitud, entonel, nz
as el mistems el que debe cam-



9eIs" t pptO do vista. eo-
noalo lIg1 Prov pclas I|
lar't saUlau maior erosa-
cl6 "",a r elKdo, cuy mstua"
fidn cal, del moment, no re.
Como un eofemplo de 10o qhe sa-
firmo, v6a al respect el caso
particular de Chriqul.
Personal de nspecci6n atual ,
1 Inspector Provincial B. 200.00
I Auxlw r Administra-
tilv ....... 1.75.0(
1 Auxdfllar de Supervi-
4 Susromet, ma w.Io
cadautno ...... T .o
1 Bcretar. .'.. 90.0
SPortao .. 40.
T a -.. ', '.'.3 $.1360.0G

Con el satoelor fateme de

4 Inspectors on-
cales. (David, Buga-
Bodmote y Rene-
S,., B. 800.00
4 npeto Auzla-
res, a MOL cada
no ...... 700i00
4 Secretarlka, a BS.000
cads uns .. ... 360.00
4 Porteros, a B.40.00
cads uno. 160.00
Alquiler mensual de I
trees locales para uso
4e las Inspeclones
do Bugab, Boqueste
y Remedlos, a B.7J500
por lo menos ... 225.00

Total ... .
Dlferenclda meansual .

8.i .00
B 880.00

el objcto do dmmlteoer al w-,
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mgvttdo wa .-ntor,. yque" -,
no Mmae-i-o uf,- n pdaMk
tafef ew .ueatt h ta. "1 tE
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el 17 del orrftte Me&1 era If
point epobladrt, do Oct

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clonaros d& Wit.1tA
que debe legltprw mmed ate el
respectivo Deoreto. loCutiq.
d) Reformar el l tioul atS.
de a- e1 47, Ojgaica d01'.Ra
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s wotafeante dice qu e le
Jeft- dd Mto Mayor ban or-
doamBs a los Jefe en Cores de
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maqgbamwe e6mdas o e6mode
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brom de la s Na5M ui
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eoI lutadog Unle ageaodpite
us btera deo "rotsa em -
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loes Memb a ment ebs
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biliado las lines de- combate.
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fainial nMe g a "4q de que
Pena Jedtt anM nat lmu y ;a
dieha to se deate. e -
lbertad de opr m L &
deOete my lobre todo miu led
con cl pueblo p Is oplnl6n )-

El New York Poat dice en un
editorial qua p1 clerre de La
Prenbs "reItinlsca a ilom sin
'dicato blem do -dat heritse-
rio que o olumron reolatente-
mne en as la udad do etxcoc
a las admsnlOn n enu Confle-
racl6n RglJoNual, de log aIndl-
cato Argestltea domlnadOn pot
nl OGjbierno".
En MonteVideo, Luis FTanzl-
iii Vice-Prbodente de la IAPA
dljo: '"Por oamiao torturnon
y cou una aolfa decOracl6n en
la que nsade.. ae, s pretend
scauar it a l de La Prensa,
uno de loa pocos da.rloa inde-
pendleontes q quedaS en pie
en ei pals hrmano. tutou ex-
csos e poder son gempre do-
loro~is y lanentabli, pero N -
te Paso lo61 doblemente pues
se aunan on La Preoas ,s de-
fensd permane te de lo prin-
clpios de Ubertad de oxprex16n

swan a diaemst do hUM~
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:tc brflv -MU-a cau
4. Qo.A..pu

ISJk AiS ti m p WMit

en..muesaics ffloltert.
ntO. / -

,i_. s-,ens Grnyh a
iPlUtal eobtuve an
mao bi s u" a t aeReg
0 te il. A Ie n ie lO

to pauwe a sdift eeMsw
. earrlm .

y Bu jerarqula periodlatica es ago y por 1o quoe algn t
auftciente por a l.ola para de- tradho6n, unimoe n estoeo l.t
mostrar el Indiee de eultura y tos m os que ya ma han ftBsr -
capcldad de un pals. lade porque puleds aml k.ot
"Por la andea moral y mis de data nuevf enorudlladf :
terl a doe ee o quo hace que oven un pe a mdI .,V
hon.r al per amerla- y loa dereehor in .na i .:
no por un bien ganado preutl- lbertad humaa".

y cremeso pullne e S mlaMtesI 1
ISdIes o los aogfa laehe y as oeamel [

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do bolleas coipkto. Grad i a su
uidez, limple aejor el cutis, 1o suaviza y 1o
pronte. Es admirable tant para la cars,
sla ,oam y el cwrpo."
Bnriquecida coq lanolina, Isa Crema de Miel y
Alamendas HINDS e la crems complea,
ideal pare todai las edades. Su us diario
embellece el cutis y lo conserve suave y ceno,
impidiendo qu el dempo lo marchite.
L el cMf.e ca n CamO M HiS fd cmtenm
v Mre.b ufalm cmo brn d paNe


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shW uue elel es Ot made-
.3 IM fnmeuiMsl -i- aimd mW &a
S .BIan&i e Js m ho-eas. Tel.

I. VENDEN: telml ft a A de
S Gabrdin a 81.4.75. antes 8.8 50
di Typical WorAtd B 4.50 on-
tee ..50. bonila colors. kzor
Madrid AApeilesabo fa ish. f
lcabmos Cli. DulKedo Gnidlez. FAblice de
MrCselcL. Averit Cuba No *. Po-

S E VENDE:-Col de 56 libras of l"
co. Ca. Ducidio Gonziloz. Fibrl
ca de Mosalcos.
SE VENrE:-Adqulera mtu tiquart
de o Rifa de Lps Leones. par 51s-
tama de Club an La Caoe del Pan-
ta'on. S no se lo gana pagando P
1.00 semnal durante Doce Sema
nas tnmbin se Ie entrego su ti-
SE VENDE:-Piano de cola. grande
Sn buenas condiciones. Precio ra-
.' zonable. Acudo Avenida Tivoli
No. 18. Apto. 5, altos. Telefono
SE VENDE:-Discos clisicos y pa-
pulares de larga duraci6n. Todas
morcas. AGENCIES DIAZ, Calle
37 No. 6-A, Tel. 3-1029.
S E VENDE:-Bonite estanteria de vi-
drio a precio basilmo. Ocurra Ca-
lie 48 No. 11.
SSE VENDEN -Radios Motorola pa-
ra autos, Plymouth y Dodge. 1949
1950. Acaban de llegar a
Inversiones Generales. S. A.
Avenidae Jos Francisco de Ia Osso
No. 38. Tel. 3-3191.
SSE IVENDE :--Picicleto de hombre, de
-. *-iorita y de ni6o. Mort;nez,. Via
Espaioa 2019. frente al Pan Ideal.
S Tel. 3-2230.
SSE VENDE:-Secadoro de cabello,
el6ctrica, de mano. B 12.00. esc'i-
toaro de caob B .10.00. Colls 2a.
0. No. 1, Ponami
SSE VENDE:-Magnifica colecci6n de
discos cliscos a precio de gongo.
Grots: precioso mueble do cooba
S para guardarlos si s log laeva to-
di. Llome al tel6fong 2-0610.
T1I11 : Piano Acros.nic, marco
..U1olduing. n Calls Rom6n Voldis.
No. I, opartamentO 2, segundo
piso. Facilidadb de pago. Inform,
Tel. 2-.300.
buses y camiones oprovechen los
preioas especiales pora veronano quo
esti ofeciqndo Io Kotvo Panama,
S. A. in liontas 750-20, 8.25-20
y 900-20. Visftenos en Ave. Pertu
No. 15 o llame'Tel. 3-0569.
Paora materials de construcci6n visi-
tenos en la Avenida Norte 83 o en
nuestra sucursol en Calls Martin
Sosa (detris de Ia Lecheria). Am-
po espaclo de estacionomiento,
sMrvicio ipido y eiciente.
.S VENDE: Madero usado en per-
factos condiciones. a precious sin
competencia en la plaza. I x 6 -
2x4- 2x6- 2 x 8 4x
4 6 x 6 8 x 8. PARECES
Y CIA LTDA. Ave. Pablo Arose-
mena No 10 y Dep6sio en Poi-
talla Calle 12. Tels. 2-3238 y 3-
El Canal de Panamh ofrece en venta
of major poster los edificios nume-
ro 462. 464, y 466 en Anc6n. Se
recibirin propuestas selladas en lo
oflcina del Supply and Service Direc-
tar an Balboa Heights hastoa ls 10'
30 A. M. del dia 7 de Febrero de
1951 cuando se abrarin en publico.
Los formuloaros de propuesto con
;(-. detolles completes podrin obtenerse
en los oficinas del Supply and Ser-
vrice Director y del Housing Manager
en Balboa Heights.

-, General
Sei. ae Alga ltre: Hari6ndose
genie vendedor en la Joyeria
*' Hiwaii. Ave. Cenal 56.
SE NECESITA-Chalet de 3 recama-
S ras, uala, comedor, cuorto empleo-
S do, 2 servicios sanitarios. Preferl-
ble centre called 30 y 37. Lloame
tellfono 3-3108.
SSE NECESITA --Dos agents vende-
does de club, hombres o damos,
S pero qua tengan ombicion de go-
nor dinero. Muebleriao Renacimien-
to. calle 17 Oeste No. 31. Tel. 2-


FUmdmahluee Art.77 deloCdi-I

ascamrcoia. -~s id
quo poa medio de las
tPftbllcaa No. 1813
20S do 1949 7 qg.
0 o de 1950 do I&

im Asm ARER PA NA-
owdo,. ha comprado
PotraerlIos. en
toYifies de OWa.

e o31 de 1951.
*-In adetm4UI

Bianses Rf
VENDO:--Cao uetilo d4~M n ca-
ll* 14 No. 3. AWepe brmutn. so
bre un lorta doe t Tits hIt-
poteca con el BIlc6 Naidnal de
B.7.9500.00. Imfoms, fisae 2.
SE VENDE: C6mode y- ventIaode
cass de dos aspoel asf aptamfin-
toe. Referencias persoaNle ftn ca-
lie 7a. No. 9.
SE VENDE: -& Cain amublada con
terrinog n Cyrro Companq. Conti-
guo vista Hotel. 8.4,000. Tal6fe-
no 3447, Bolboo..
SE VENDE-Lo Aborroteria Eva, Ca-
lie 14 Oeist No. 87 par motive de
vials. Ocurra al. mismo lugar. -
SE VENDE:-Finquita n *Iel central
de Juan Diaz. Sin intermediarlos.
Informed Avenida Anc6n No.. 21.
SE VENDEI-Negacio en case Muller.
Informoci6n Tel. 2-3818 par las
SE VENDE:---Casde do pis, plan
fa bala, do cainnto y alto de ma.-
dora con tarrmno de 1.000 M2 bus-
ris condiclones. pretl6 razonable, .
en Viao e.'sono Porras, San FFmn-
cisco de lo Cqljta No. 151. Para
informs acuda Ia misma cOas
pionto bala
SE VENDE:-Peque@o almac6n para
senoras. Bien ocreditodo y en ba-
rrio residenciol. Pequerao inversi6n
Tambi6n so venden mercancias a
precio de cosfo. OcLura personal-
mente a Calle 48 No. 11 I lodo
del anttguo Arsobipado en Bella
Ofrueem en distinguida y tranquil
vecinded, Caele 40, Ne. 3. Vikt
del Mer, inmedioto a calegio, igle-
sia y comisoriato, leot gNde,.
medrene y dmede. Su precio B.
22,700.00. Tn..T mos las loves,
hoap su cita do inspecci6n. Wolff
v Cla., Colle Sa., No. 22, Tel. 2-
SE VENDE: Modisteria "Modas
Roxy", acuda Colle 26 Este y Ave.
Cuba No. 10. Apto. 27 Ibojosl.
SE VENDE:- ol6n de Belleza "Do-
ra". Acuda Plaza Arango No. I.
Tel. 2-2543.
SE VENDE--Cosa cerca la ployao en
Nuevo Gorgona, amoblade. Inclu-
sive estufa Rock-Gas y refrigera-
dora B 2,750 00. Dietz, Crist6bal,
SE VENDE: --Hertrea cerco sitio
Hotel an Cerro Compana. B.0.17
metro cuadrado. Dietz, Crist6bal
GANGA! So vends una preciosa case
de campo an el "Coco" Chorrara.
amueblada, tiene cuotro recrmoras.
comedor, cocino. portal, etc. aguo
y lux. ademis un roncho para ha-
nucas, irboles frutales, 2000 M2.
Precio $4.500. Tel. 3-2238 II.-
me a las 7 p. m.

SE ALQUILA -Cuarto con muebles
t.25.00 paro hombre solo. Ave-
nida Ernesto Lefevre, coms No.
SE ALQUILA-Cuarro amplio amue-
blado con bolc6n y telifono. Ca-
ballero honorable. Llamor Tel. 3-
3192. Panaomi.

SE ALQUILA.-Cholet en el Paroue
Lefevre: tres recimaros, solo, co-
medor, cocina. servicio, garage.
Informes Via Belisario Porras No.
91. Tel 3-2157.

Maestro groduada ofrece closes Cas-
tellana y Ariitmtica durante va-
caciones. Direcci6n Calli Colombia
No. 4. Telifono 3-1038.
Studio Piano Bennett, Juan B Sosa
No. 9. Tel. 2-3883, misica cli-
sica y popular, principiontes e in-

Matrimonio ingl6s desea alquilar me-
diante contrato, casa omueblada
con tres o cuotro recimaros y dos
baros en luger residential para
habiaorla par minimum un oao.
Avisor a Arthur Rothwell. cuarta
527. Hotel El PanamA.

SE ALQUILA:-Locol para oficina.
arriba del Teatro Central.

SE ALQUILA: Local commercial
$250.00 mensuol Aven-da Central.
blao, cerco Santo Ano. Contrato 3
bits. Liame Tel. 2-1981.
SE ALQUILA:-Amplio local, es-
pacioso. para oficina, clinic ao s-
cuela privada. Situoda centre co-
mercial. LlofTe 2-2443.
6E ALQUILAN:--Exclaisivomenltl i-
tra elclMaI tools cintrlcOs en lO
altos do Avenidi Central 44 o
wecus midicoe. Sollctun inke.
.lg Aw an 'AsneA M 5 y 10 OcM-

SEALQI LA: Local c6ntrico con
luz, stapoe para Contoble. Agen-
ica e: RpRW *ntocne Soserlo,
Mail@fe, etc. A precio de Ga-n
go. Lwinmeal Tat 2-2888.
SE ALQUILA: La Cuchilla, 247
Av"ida Cenel. on to port de
trl en fne l o o la oCale Dle-I
'fa -

Autounviles J
SE VENDE:-Oldsamoblle Club it
42. Iantos nirmval, radio, n 0
fectas condicionr, B.475.0 0
lle Coldn y 15 ate. .
so VIND -Pe-"IPmdes" sedm.
I olllsdsee, Hydrsmqae,
tis muio. mili platdiN -
a,,1 o1 as me tl olon
yhises hue ei fius S
y *'*I544. ^^

SE VENDE: Chevrolet cqn
1948, sopuede flnanciar. f
fbrnle lame a veon al Mi
Alemdn. Smoot y Pardeus.


U NICITTAt -.;m(pleedo le
melds. Debe demira d eW eml I
Cole tRamae VOlddes M. I, ep
temSte 4. 1e. ples,
SE NECESITA:-Empleade compe-
tenfe. Muy buen sueldo. Avenido
Federico Boyd No. 31 bales.
SE NECESITAN-Empleados parao *
Club Zomby, buen sueldo. Calle
Carlos A- Mendoza No. 65.
SE NECESITA:-Cocinera y impIse-
do quo duerman en cosa. Referen-
cia, familiar Arosemeno, cerca es-
tatua Morelos, Tel. 3-0717.
SE NECESITA:--Cocinera con expe-
riencia, debe dorm.r en el am-
plea. Buen sue'do. Celle 50 F-te
No. 14, Edificio San Remo. se-
gundo piso. mono zquierdo.
SE NECESITA: Cocinera, preferi-
ble duerma en el empleo. Calle 50
ISon Martin No. 10 1
SE NECESITA:-Empleada poro off-
cios domrsticos de Io coas y quo
sepo cocinor Dormir. Colle 46
No. 19 Apto. 5.
SE NECESITA:-Empleada para co-
cinar., imprescindible qua duerma
en capa. Avenida Primera. La Co-
rrosquilla No. 55, entrando par el
Teatro Ed6n, on via Belsarro Po-

SE NECESITA: Empleado. Debe
dormir en el empleo. Calle Juan
B. Sosa No. 22 (Eldorado, oapar-
tomento 9.

SE NECESITA-Empleada para aten-
der niAo. Debe ser persona con ex-
periencia y recomendaciones. Cornm-
po Alegre, esquina calls Ricardo
4vios y 51. apartment 3.

SE NECESITA:-Muchachoa oven y
de buena presencia para asso de
la case y cuidodo de un nino. 0-
curra Ave. 60. No. 30 Son Fran.
isco de lo Caleta, coca de Io Es-
tac,6n Esso.



tidad de PanrmE. Se odvierte que
se rechazari t6do sebo de prace-
dencia extrartioec a todo sobo ne-
cional que hoya srdo mez lado con
sebo extranjero. CIA PANAMErIA
Dl ACEITIS. L A., Carretera del
Aeropuerto. Tel. 3-1371.
S1 COMPRA--COR1 de procduc-
ci6n national exclusivamente, on
cualquier cantidad a 3.210.00
Io tonelada de. 2,000 Ibs. ntaos bien
nuetra plant de la ciudad de Pa-

Ponaom, Rf. P. TeL 3-1371.

1. BROUWU--Intor de cam. con-
tratisto. enselej1 tecnic*. Boron-
tio pop jns oe. pneupueto* rtiLa
Tel. 2-1276 .
CORTE, Permaneite. Desrizo del co-
bello. Products y mntodos ameri-
cono Via Balisario Porros No, 60,
altos. Tellfeno 3-2139._.

So resbirih propuestam cerrodoas has-
to el 15 de Febrero di 1951, por
15 mAquinas de escribir Under-
wood. 3 mnquinas d escribir Ro-
yal y una mLquina de escribir L.
C. Smith. Estin dispornles los
formularies para los propuSItas on
la oficino del Superintendents de
Almacenes, Balboo, tel6fono 2-
1 2777 y an el Almacn de Crist6-
bal, teldfono 3-1265.

So aceptarin propuetaos en to oficl-
no del Gerente General del De-
portomento do ComlariatOS, si-
tuaodo n Mt. Hope. Zon del Co-
nal, hasta los 3:00 de la torde
del lunes 19 de tebrero de 1951,.
pora suplir 612.000 libras a 306,-
000 libraos de Azucar Fine Gronu-
lado. Lor formularis paro hocer
dichas propuestas con todos los
pormenores podran obteners an lo
oficino del Supply 6 Service Direc-
tor en Balboo Heights, a do Io
oficina del Gerente General do
Com.sariatos eh Mount Hope.

De conformidad eon .1 quo
establece el Art. T tel -
dic de Comearto, nlUo I- pt-
bU-co quo por medio dGe o
Eueittuu No. "14T :14 do
nero 9 do 111. cft
en a Notait e i t
bdo do PSm s*-
"alelme%5BcUi mkfiwSUd

r, pAque.
I- .. 10. Tel. 8-

E NAfcQUA: -11portomento en
E ,AvtdM ineal y calle 43
iw e mA0140.

a -pormonte o reci-
tmeo, -ltim. pli e auine nr .el
nuem .difcio ofrrite al Hotaefl
Panui4 en Via Espaio y dog '
niacenes.en la plonto bajo. tuloan
..Tel, -2375 .- 2.12 debate

SE ALQUILA: Apartamento entire
eoqimr. Via EpeAW y Repdbllcd
Argentns -N; Informes alli
mimo, !rJo.
SE ALQIrLA:-Aportamento fresco,
dos dormitorios. Actualmente ocu-
podq Embojld Peruana. Bello
Vista. Llame 2-2443.
SE ALQUILA:-Apartomento moder-
no, dos recimorms, solo-comedor,
servicios Independiente. Calle 16
No. .6 San Francisco, cerca Teatro
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento solo,
comeder, uno recimara. garage.
Celle 46 No. 27. Inf6rmrnese Ia
misma caso, opartamento No. 8.,
SE ALQUILA:-Apartamento moder-
no de dos recimaros: sin muebles
B.65.00, con muebles B.75.00,
Otrm de uno recimara: sin mue-
bles, 8.45.00, con muebles B.55.
00. Avenida Jose de FAbrega No.
16I Paodenao cerca Universidad
NaloeIi, Teldfono 3-1070 fami-
la Henrrera.
SE ALQ'JILA:-Apartamento de dos
recAmoros, solo-comedor, cuarto
auxillar, dos servicios soantoril,.
lavanderia y coclna. Ocurro Tel. 3-
0567 o 3-0057.

SE ALQUILA:-Los altos de una ca-
so ean calle Ba. No. 7. Cuatro cuar-
tea, cocina. baoo y excusado con
balc6n otris y adelante, todo in-
dependiente, valor B.70.00, pl-
dom la Hiave en la plant bola.
para tratar act'dase a Via Espana
36 aartamento-A, Mariano Orte-

Artienle do Cua
SE VENDE:-7 persion s venecianas
52 1-2 x 62 1-2, hechos par Co-
wes de PonamA. 2002-B. Call lIa.
SE VENDE: Mumbles barotos, ds
mimbre. comedor, recimora, refri-
geradora, inf6rmeee Tel. 2-0072.
SE VENDE--Motive violje urgene.
Baratisimo juego solo, comedor,
camas. ropero etc. Calla 11 Nuevo
Crist6bal, detrAs Clinico Mel6n-
dez, aportamento uno.
SE VENDE:-Jyiuo de bambu pora
porch. 6 piezas, olfombro china,
colcr ladrillo 8 x 10. Calla Uru-
guay No. 23.

SE VENDE: Refrigero.od. billar.
obanicos, pedestal, comas, bote de
caucho. estufoa "Magi Chef". Re-
novamos c6lchones, spiness, etc.
Compro Venta San Was. Avenido
Norte 65.

SE VENDE:-Estufa de gas y otros
muebles en buenas condiclones.
pora informs Ilaono al telifono 3-

SE VENDE:-Juego de muebles nue-
vos, de 5 piezas, toplzados. Vplor
B.30 00 Acudo Ave. 'A" No.'20,
ultimo piso.

SE VENDE,-Refrigerodora, couch
Simmons, jueao de comedor, sillo-
nes de bomblu. varies piezas, or-
ticulos de coso. Tel. 3-0334 de 8
12 a. m.

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tI n Tutel tIunli Tute-
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dat' e do a of e&a- rsmntro e foeer-
dd, kanlO- .a s tebn tdoelnRTdteoe
D ep*, y onoldo con nom-
Wo!I.OuS.Blv 41 tutl in e n 6, loi menote bre de Prot yorlo derMenores8
'r' Artlculo So.-- Sandl deros- Arcicuo .S2.--4 lta 1ev comes-
Sdo zarL .reslrdodenancj n.

dW.ft.e. a Qit a lon.... dis dnelmA. ..den de
0e ptor Ge "0 ii zoveclenta avis *i 'di 'a.
SwIamlog....t.,; delnmos.......d.e.

iqui doq vYtuE de O Gradaol6an del OCeste do l* gS.ewe te t t
soleo @de result luocido a pesar d i ftors limitaS .eeme "
i. En priater apaemt ls le teaM ,nt' hunmwa qu3-
la otra vist so ye a Joe 51 rite MerematBe ue ee gasmS rtne.

HABILES VENDEDORES de clubs de relojes y' pnread
on general. Magniflbs eomliope yo eortuliam tVS P e.
sons que duem eeuare unsa 6a e IndepaMlente euieMdOL
Relojes ETEV NA Otmega .- EIlgi Mits
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En este ndinero 3 reportajes de palpitanle interest J

S"tu t: ti tbiltelonnes nn 7.
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m U pte ledo di erecho el t sd. mu famllsa a u paseo con
parau ., D lttar la Re de$s L VIUaReal en el Rio Saaluces y *
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Cle la. MNe i
s BeMsa amlnal Mis Refra.a-to
ugMncIA4 PARA mIOamAxJ.

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l FRANCO ... EL POWDER TRAS DE LOS PIRINEOS 1 Cu"il a ts posici6n
de France? LSerA Espa a balsurte de li Dofensa Occidental o cargs military
y politic&? Conozoan todos lot detalles refouentes a la vital posloi6t qUe
Espasa ,*upa hoy on *I panorama intornscional.
. .. Y SI MORDIERA FL 050 ROJO .. ? por *I Coronal R. Ernest
Dupuy, Estratego Militar de VISION. O.Qu6 sucederla ai el 080 atacara en
el Oeste? tD6nde y cuAndo podria ataoar.? VISION ofroce un revelador
aniliais do la potencia ofenaiva do Rueia.
IAI fin! Uno de los comentaristas de ciencias major informados dol
mundo ofrece un reportaje real quo disipa la atm6sfera de proesagio
y concepts falsos quo ha venido rodeando a eats toemible arms de la
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Sttaaot reunl6n eats
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areglos para la aalatenota de
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[ *'. comenuando el 25 de Febre-
S Una aerie de decislones seran
tamadas. eats noch entire Jas
quo s encuentran: la eacogen-
S al deflnitiva del nadador que
vtWaara en la Delegael6n; N--
mero de atletas que formaran
el equlpo de Eagrima; qulenes
forparan en definitlva Isa Dle-
gaei6n; como ae repartirA el
diaetro para los diferentes gas-
oe eomenta que en la reuni6n
de esta noche so tratarA de au-
mettar el numero de Delegados
pe ot no de atletas.
S l Comiti Nacional Olimpico
".n pn gesto poco alentador y
bustante Injusto, ha excluldo
*' de la Delegacln pot cuestlones
de finanza a un M6diceo y a mu
remalite Deportivo, mlembros
oue no debleran falta en una
Delesgaln Deporttsa que visat
&I exterior, pero en camblo as
Squieres aumentar el ndmero de
* ledes, lo que estan provo-
cnd fueta ecritlcaa.
faperamoa que el Presialdente
delo C0mlt0 Olfmplco. HD. Ing.
Korberto Navarro, no permits
que durante su prestdencia, se
S cometan states arreglosa, que
perjudican al deported.


at noche celebrari uan
: rounil6n de gran Importancia el
* ; Comiti Eacional Olimpico, Que-
dari reauelto' deflnitivamente
' quienes formaran la Embajada'
S lue aplastir a los Primeros
*- Juegos Panamericanoe en Ar-.
," -0-
RHe aqur nuestroa dato hipl-
k. par -iq anMM .bado et.
i F. r 4 at6.Sincero n-
prot6n; Sa.
4a: La Ve-
r 'op;, a IPolvorazo (e) Pepl-
a; a. Rathlla Light; Avenue
S 'Road (e): 8a. Glory's Ace Pa-
ques;.Oa. Hight Mount Ataa6n;
lOt. Rio Mar Don Catalino; lIa.
Eclipse Oro y Plata.
El Comltd Olimpico deblera
investlar cual s el "status" del
gran vblocists Panameflo Lloyd
LaeBaeh. Ultimamente se in-
form6 que el aludldo corridor
habia actuado en Australia, pe-
S r la noticia no aclaraba at co-
rria. como Profeosonal o como
Amateur, y o por mso que aho-
ra nb so abe codn certetn cual
a las condlci6n del gran corre-
dor, que tantas glorisa ha da-
"do a Panama.
Ms possible que el colega Toflo
de Seda alasta a los Juegos
Panamericanoe que ae celebra-
rAn en Argentina. De Sodas nos
comunic6 que el pr6ximo mea
estari de vacaclones y eas poal-
ble que aproveche eate descan-
so pars lr a Buenos Aires, otro
que serfn lo8 vientoa qua so-
plan volsar pars los Jueso Pan
americanos, ea nadas meno que
Carlos Qabeza Luna... amane-
cera y veremos,.



Cuatro Partidos Tiese Pa

Mina. El Beisbol DistritoNW
ESTADO DE LOB qUIPOs Maraol ........... 4 f
Grupe. Antonio ts BarrisA % s. .A

or. r. P.
C. del Taira ........ 8 .
A. Call .............. 4 .
Carts Vleja .......... .454
lutmefim ..............4 5 A444
uert 15 ...........4 5 .44
Juniors ........ ....4..... .4
Grupo Tomia Cupsa (Padre)
0. P. Pje.
San Miguel ............ 7 .
Dbora .............. 4 .60
Granulo ............. 4 55
Maraf6n .............. 5 J45
Chandler .......... 5 .500

La Polc *

boy por 4a. vez su

Invlco on sofiball
(Softball Social)
G. P. Pje.
Poleia s..........- 3 1.00
Camel .............. 1. l.
Optica So ........ 3 16.
Cerveeori .......... 21 .667
Chesterfield ........ 2 1 .64M
0. Jhni6ne ........ 1 2 .3
Alemif Jr. ..............1 2 33
Madurito ........ 1 2 25
Maurile ........... .I 0
Catedtal ............... 2 .
Pinoeho ............. 6 2 .MW
Juego de eta tarde
Polleias NaL v Catedral
4.30 p.m.-ants Rita
Resulted e LAyer
Madurite B-Optia Jimines)
Eats trde eCefah en $I r
neo Social de Boftball lo eal-
pox Polia Naelonal y Catesi
en el cual los "pacoa" buscan Su
cuarto triunfo conieeutivo para
mantener au invicto en el Co-
mando ry a adversarloe luchaan
por entrar en la columns de
En el juego de ayer Madurito
so impuso en reflido partdo al
Optics Jlm6nes por 8 carreras
a 5, partldo ste eon el cual loa
ganadores lograron dear el s6-
tano y obtuvieron mu primer
triunfo de la contlenda, mien-
trLa que los perdedores aufrle-
ron su segunda derrota.
Diaz lanz6 por loa ganadores
y permltl6 trees incogibles a sus
rivaled y per loa perdedorea
lanzaron 3. Gralc y New, per-
mitiendo ambo8 12 incogibles.
Los gpnadorea incurrieron en
cuatro errors y los perdedo-
res en uno. Herprum con 4-3
y Mandive con 4-2 fueron los
mejores bateadores de los ga-
nadorea. A partir de mafiana la
Just de Softball Social entrara
en receso por los carnavales, de
aeuerdo con el calendario, pero
en caso que decidan seguir Ju-
gando, oportunamente lo da-
remos a conocer oportunamen-

Fuerts vs s m.
Instltuto Nal.
Partdo de Ma ,
Granul.o vs Patr
1.30 p.m. y
Maurlelo vs Mara"B6
3.30 p.m.
Ambos en el cuadro de 8. Rits
Dibors vs Chandler
1.30 p.m. y
CenUnelaa vW weIsen
3.30 pn.
La contienda del BegaO"
Diatrltorial ofrecer mafih t
cuatro atractivom partds,-'q
prometen reaultar renldo y 4 -
yoa resultadoa provoceia' tIn-
teresantes camblosa en el at-
do de lon equipos doe ambo
%Pa tarde Juegan Cnt
y Puerte 15 del g
Sarria, done losa p ero tra-
tarin de aumentar su margin
en el comando mientras qus
losa del 1uerto 15 lucharAn par'
alejarse de la retaguardla.
En el eneuentro de ayer del
grupo 5 ma Cupas, l San
guel aumento su puntuacion en
el primer lugar alI ganar sobre
el Maurlcio por 7 a 0.
A la aulra del cuarto epila-
dio, con loa anotaclones 8 a 1
a favor de los uanmlgueleflos,
el Mauricloe. comen6 a usar
ticticas dflatorlos, con 10 cual
el Arbltro tamel Ruiz, so v06
on la necesdad do suspender
el partido y declarar ganador
al Ban Miguel por forfeit.

MA'*A DtA'

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t bap co Ia Temporad
......... f 2
..... ....... 2 ,.
mafianaa en el EA-
'GftpWs ln, I Temporada
W-d la Ligg Povinn-
ma-tm, con los parI-
e In lA esquipom Caribe
Sa la 1.00 prn., 18 al-
Siu asgInvaden aI grm-
Hi|Urlj~idare y Opticf Son.
Carlbe vs Graniilo
I& s a egunda presen-
o d eos equlpoa en :a
'luche por el cetro de la
n al] primer Juegq los
cers vencieron a los
por pizarra d 7-5.
ibe- buacai el triuntfo
Spar s r logrreem
i. polcl6n oft el
,;sue contrarioa trata-
er l amino pars ban
e atano el cual son
Eg gabmlutos.
vs Optes Sees
dui de Is "9" con material
ift onmble, luceen par eae
Saccne pareja, las
Sque e han re n-
M ate anu simpazeadores
a preesntalona en lo
t juerOa
llo laniadrAw
Lo blanqul verdes envtyirn
i laa postal ala lalIador
LM, TOun quien se ha venido
delAcandoe como uno de los
Snobato del toneo, por
i granilleroes anuncia eomo
btWble abridor al chonarsa-
SU Montilla y A. Ramoa de
3. A. Catllo lanai por @ el
lPgldaire, loas marafioneros
del Sm no han revelado su
tirador, pero es aegrmo que ocu
peA. Is loma el Internaelonal R.

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Tanto el 41t Naclonel
Olimpico O. el -.COmit. Orga-
nizadeor -d V 0Cmpeonato Cen-
troamerlcss y "de. .aribe de
Futboln, h*, -maad tra-
baJAr "ml m A m aele-
rar I SWn labor que tienen
ahora p*t delante.
Do loa de., el t4bjo mis
.arduoe .A-toarS l.ittlt Or-
ganlsaddp u doe el r P tAmpo
qua le Ie y po t leianuero-
loa detla uoae habr au rr- e

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"-i detae, que etar-i is
l Todo el buen nombre de
PanamA, 7 eate nombre debt
quedaf blen aentado, cuefta 1
queen. "este.

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t' VWeJa derm-
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RIdbeu diplomas

66 aiipas de la
Ii do, I

Anoche It siouela Grace ean-
trelg6o'lo diploma de terinlna-
olon de cau e a sment y sell
alilminl. irtamen *oe efi,- I
mtuo cn el lel planted, ii
Calle del Btaudlante 7 fuer:
Iltstribud.i po an director
doffa .Oaeeo alArn de Wong.
A 4ct1ilh la ists comr-
letL. de las grduandas:
Bcrnascont rta, Barria Nar-
lsa, Brotal Urania, Chaperin
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flO~4~i,; dN-"A Iga,
Lokan Elia Avjla do, Ledeana
iLorenza Loreno Civlro, IL i
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nuevo servicio del
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