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:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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toward Seoul. Advance.
m- u.mits using masM
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IWARWhED in cas of as enemy MutlIlery toreW 'Bited Natlonq
#e sow overed terrain Into the outskr otS aM na their drive
Ane patrols were driven eut of Seoul by disha&iCeaunst rear-
im awtlleu and mortar fire bt answering UN iums, tanks and
e y wIt exTlezeves.

Attack On Yugoslavia

itish Note Chipyong Now

Says Soviet

Spurns Treaty Solidly Held

LONDON, Feb. 17, (UP) -Great
Britain today rejected Soviet ar-
cusations that she had violated
her' treaty of- friendship with -
Russia. At the same time Brita:n 0 -
charged that the Soviet Union is
organizing ta coalition to under- ON THE KOREAN FRONT, Feb. 17 (UP).-The west
mine the independence: of west- flank of the Chinese offensive toward Wonju crumbled '
ern Europe.
The British accusation was tcday under a series of strong attacks by UN forces. Uni*o
made in a lengthy note from ted States troops struck at Chinese positions in the hilt :
.!ritain's Foreign Secretary Er-north.
nest Bevin to Sovit Ambassad north of Inchon and killed at least 350 Reds. .
Georgi Zarubin. But the heaviest damage to the Chineset ~
It is the latest In a series of inflicted east of the Han River. There UN forcetthok.e th
notes. exchange of which began
in December when Russia char;- western Chinese flank from Chipyong.
ed that Great Britain and France
had violated their friendship The UN troops encountered way for a fresh. unbattere d iB
treaty by entering the ,Atlantic only light resistance and in aim- to move into the central fra, '
Pact and favoring the rearma- ny cases did not find a single Red or are attempting a laying
ment of Germany. soldier in locations where, onoy tion to cover fu-scal wing
Today's .n was an answer to three days before, there had been round the eas flak of t
one from M d w on January 20. an entire Chinese Corps. front. I ..j
In its answer the British Gov- Evidence of the mtakefl .
ernment aid that the Soviet .The town of Chipyong is now by attacking Chinese on;.t Golit
note Is simply a reiteration of the ;olidly in the possession of the trail front during the past we
"boggling and deceitful argu- French and American troops, came from the Chipyongpealmo
ments" n the note which Mou- Their patrols could not find even ter where American troops cou0nng
cow &ent to Britain Dec. 15. token remnants of the four Chi- ed 1746 dead ieds on the suingW:k
It continued that the Govern- uese divisions which had cut off rounding hill.
men' was.obliged'to refute, most the French American garriown It is estimated the RLds ha* :
formally. the unfounded charges and held it besieged. The llted suffered at least 4000 filed '
made by the Soviet government force had been rescued by mner- action in this sector alona iz
in respect to its position. loan infantry and tanks seot to past five days.
Reviewing the Soviet's n.t- its aid. A heavy air strtIhe r.I
war pctivites,- wVich, the Sdh Reds otffa hill .mIntfl s
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er to 6 llnate the throtto Ire self -he. s er
r t 6 ne th re eyo -de di The Essex-type carrier. does
itheysodere. He said his off wa now not have her air group aboard.,
worklA torret l te that the carrier's planes having flown
Steel, Antimony the e prise to the East Coast before t shipl
S Lead Come Under oine i h eistat.Phelps, hein
Lead Come Under waring that food PelPob- The 27,100-ton carrier her
Inventory Controls lf Ler displacement measurement is
inventory tontsThe latest Burea of Laborh no stranger to the Ithmus. She
W- m G e s r-eprte sha edw t h eas here in March, i48, at the
W ~tOTON, Feb.lIT (UP)!- -.v a prieof farroduOff t et
'It likial Produetlon Author- climbed an average of Ij perconusOn ffleet tactical r-
ity ha .lod inventory on- cent during the week edling Feb. cies which included all te
traon of lead and ant- 13. Lve k prices we u 2.7 forces of the Atlantic fleet ex-
mony, ml1:u!i newspapers and per cent. cept battleships.
Ib Iset aside thousands of Southern Democrats, mean- She transited the C ao l sever-
Mto fel products monthly while, demand that the govern- al months ago en route to tie
fr through June for nor- ment scrap controls on the prie Pacific and since last August hNava
ma t d conversion re- of raw cotton, been on duty with the Naval
in r going essels. Forces, Far East Command.
d-antlmony order
t p ontifingthe O Queen Seeks Way -fo Leye is under he
to days or actic Out Of Country's *Laiddown Newpo
r king asupp ly," iCG pas News. she was completed in 1946
w orI0lef Politic l 1mn after the end of World War i1
'__e__r 1 _s le' 'ostlltles. Jane's ightug Ships
u Jt.FlyToPag Plt l me reports her normal complement
UB Jet Fly To PraU T HAGUE, Feb: 17 (UP).-as 2,900 and re at she can
Queen Juliana came to the c. carry 82 to 107 aircraft.
PRAUE, Feb. 17, (UP ) The pital from her country palace
United Ssate admitted io7ay today to consult political lead -
that two United Stat etiht- ers on the 2-day old politi esa a
er planes inadverteny over crisis.
Prage on Feb. 7, and exposed nereceve the presidents of IdMa rnll g
egrets to the Czechoslovak ov- bth Hou es of Parliament this
emraent. morning. and then began con- ta
A nted ttes note diverewd sultatlons with the leaders of,
4Ithe zec oak government the Socialist. .Catholic. Christ-
ld the .19 : "inadw t nty Ian Historical, Anti-Revolution. NEW YORK, Feb. 17 (UP) -
eroandeth1 border" of the Vnlted ary, and Liberal parties. The International Statistics Bu-
Ifltes sone of Germany afen Anmpasse in party. negetia- reau said today "we are at the be-
t.y became lost on a training iono was reached last night ginning of a new upward move-
ualro ,,when outgoing S ia lemier nment of the price of gold on the
ATh e 80A s that mistaking Wand and Catholic vice-vremier free market.'
the PrS.ue aon or the Maim- Johannoes van Behalk failed tT -
endeor'eo they flew to the agree- on the formation of s The prediction coincided with
vitcnty of Prague- new cabinet.epos that the United States
... ..-..... .will raise the W$ an ounce gold
A price before autumnm. There is no
A( 0 a 3 fin -confirmation of this report but
S Astmblif s persistence caused Increased
speculation among gold share on
uathe New York stock pychange.
USLi% r Sf lThe prediction elke ame as
R P Near Indow the Untd States Festal Reserve
'stem annoum d that United-
S- -~ts Mid stocks dMelloed 81,-
B G NG, Feb. IT (U).- depen the a f Titin. t on d the wkt enwed1
a orees f Haian wher a hava February 14, amid al United
adrenwR tbp nterngo l e Jst sow cut toI
a a a tober 1. 1ttt inh i
S Canton, and at di0S is

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am AWM araTa is e s Anu o .iu rS t nat coE-ntinued;: hinese showered h tan ttrai rr a. is amn op tha e
A i msatel te eday e S tml S e o beth eve Government o i esty Is them n. two glm ts of mixed t
.wv.eredIt iarg In ch awlhia .le mu st l.orced to conclude th the S- When the Chinese oe and North tr
ea w -ei pubKWcL soe s cto nt of'U111.1 viet Government not only has no was broken and the fighting ad down ad cuthe pr i
i o mun intention of complying with its cleared, the bodies of more etn ral road runnlz et and
S- communist ficial report aid treaty obligations but that It is .o00 Chinese were found along tne from the main nu-Che
statement broug delgats-to the aim of the Soviet Union to tadside. supply route. A n tzm sn west
S. A. Coiolsi Di e I the feetn a ng ovono fanor undermine the ind ndene ofA e- wonder es
Tit Awhose nation is menined the free nations of Western Eu- Meanwhile sizeable Comibun-main escape hlghwa o or
Sby satellite n atioi on our rope." st forces were seen moving north United States and Dutch de
UIna A s- a I b-ysenll f roantierse.i uo Ar s h ad in a withdrawal from the Wonlu- era of Wonju.
In n1s b r. A d Lo Chlpyong front. One group was Meanwhile it was repor a P g
ito said accepting aid from KUi Ah L reported pulling north from po- from Tokyo that United Stat
Aft U the West was not inOntttble sitlons along the Hoengson-WLn- Negro infantrymen seized.a 16 .IN
After N harAlonaK wltw the Yugoslav comunist i n u Road. Another was withdraw- foot ridge thirteen miles itauthai .
party in because It wSa o gwg from the center of the Won- east of Seoul, after a st-]ioui l
tanley A. Coul rd. chief of strengthenin g Yugolavi ana t u-Chipyon line while % third fight but were stll under C :
commrunnations for the Pans- socialist country. U le nle d'ia es backs from positions sout2h- sunist fire. .
.e enhed Iw'soteast of the Chlpyonl perimeter. UWtedCo u s
ma Canal. died at 430 p.m. yes- Iexhrted fe me &They may be eiter akng U ni Citi
terdy In orges Hospital. exhorted his followers toT HaNG Kn e.eeih-emi for tgwsS o o he secrt raoll .
Sue with the e i g e ot from Yulin harbor, onP craft for the second straig
try rah olngin HepoNG Krom lNGhFeb.oi(U~r,'nnight dropped bombs east of -y
He had not felt well yester- pe. R th t to l on gan. Three bombs fell.
day morning g andl:was admitted 0 hdbn o the southern tipn of HainanIs- : M 5 K. w The i biofs ieo.
to the hospital a patient. land, said a large explosion ca Two In the Allied ar offensiveM
Death caesudnys -he ionob scurred at the airfield there n pA B 2 oSuperfortreeses dumped -W
Death s among Russian arms randam-A 220 tons of bombs on North Kgi
mf ut heart 6ta e only a few r e m o munition which had Just arriv- Am Es Ut t reian targets today. The targeso -
minutes after had been talk- l l ed. rs Included a marshaling yard nea
Ing to his nure. g a aa The report said two Soviet Misla C nilBonghon, northeast orf Pyong
he native of Phlleadelphia. hea rn UhUUIU bwe transport planes arrived at Yu- nl e wpIoersiw yang. a nearby barracks area. ah
had aived he sPilnle he 1 H MUlle lin loaded with Russian rifles, railroad bridge leading Into the
came to the Canal Zone at the fro mahinens and ammunition Two Armyprisoners who ea yard and a single track railroad
timethatlal tlone s er e Pwhich overnight was stored In Qaped early yesterday from a bridge near Komusan. In north-
taking the place oftthe old ma- o Ceernd a waiting room. work detail were captured yes- east Korea. .
n al s hiriqu l Land Company. At midnight the waiting .room trday afternoon at the Miraflo-n
here had been with the local dam es n thearea found fire which destroyed all the 's nde d o ie
telephone h eidswiln Puerto Armuelles due to recent arms and killed ten Chinese The two men. according to an New Frends
In addition to his wife. he Icsheavy rains, The Panama-Am- Communist guards. The Reds Army spokesman, tere YarolD.Fin
survived by one on. Robertari learned yesterdayrounded up over 100 suspected Cochell and Frederick Hackney.
student in the Canal Zone Ju aL rd essaboteurs.Jr. Cochell is waiting trial for an At Coco Station
nior College. and bv two daugh- Gardner Myrick, P an a a e plas also brought 15 offense which was not described
term, Mrs. Gutaf Holmelin and Manager of the Comnaey. stat- Russian nhal engineers for the and Hackney was to have corn- someone's "sort-of collie" i
Mi udith Cohard both of ed after an inspection. of the expansion of Yulin harbor fa- plerd his sentence on April 15. waiting at the Cocol police st
Loner Island. h flooded area that a total of cllties. The denim-cladprisoners, both ton for her owner. p
Funeral arranemenas 6n50,000 stems had been destroy- The official Chinese commu- of whom had machetes. were She is obviously somebody's
been completed lst evening d by the rains and high winds nist news agency said Peiping picked up at 4:15 p.m. by two
Ft' Boat Crashes sweeping the province. Is drafting a new law covering non-commissioned officers from pet. according to police who have..
Flying Boat Crai ma punishment of counter-revolu- the 549th M.P. Oompanv. The i adopted her and whom she has
I yrck estimated tha t dam- tionary elements." which will be captors were Sgt. Junior T. Phil- adopted. She has also robab
GIBRALTAR. Feb. 17. (UP) a r would total $1,s e 00.. promulgated shortly, lips and First Sgt. E. M. Jones. recently had puppies. She is '
Th Royal Air Force said eight Heavy rai ns have been falling It is believed the law will in- The two prisoners admitted bout two feet tall at the shoui-
British airme were killed when in the Puerto Armuelles district pose drastic penalties for guer- that they had fled about 7:30 ders. is brown and is wearing
SSu nderlandflyiln_ boat crashed for uwre than a.week. However. riluas. farmers, and other "na- a.m. soon after having been drop- good leather harness to which
in the Blerte mountains, Tuan- up to noon yesterday, no rain tionalist agents" who have been ped for a work detail about half fastened a rabies' shot tag.
sia. had fallen since Friday. harrying the Reds. killing sol- a mile from the Fort Clayton She was picked up last week o
diers and officials, and sabotag- Hospital. the K-10 road near Cocoll. Hn
ing Installations. factories and Capture of the pair ended a owner may have her bv callhi
warehouses.iday -Long search by 10's. ct the Cocollipolice station.
Three New Diesel Engines warehouses. _... .... ..

To Be Added To PRR Stock Reluse's Milios Tro Wr' Flres Afresi |
e m Ra I Distant Relatives As Cretan Lover Sentenced
The Panama Railroad Is going railroad's present fleet of five .,$
modern. smaer Diesel electric whih are NEW YORK, Feb. 17 (UP) "
The ralreed Is nrw in the pro- now used In switching and in Generosity of an aged recluse -
cess of pI order for three main line haul for Uit traus worth $124.000,000 has bewildered CArNA, Crete. Feb. 17, (UP,-- Ia Pet rakoghlorgi as she left
11600 h4.-, leetric locomo- Purchase of the three loeomo- scores of friends and distant rel- Handsome Costas Kefaloghlapus movie In Crete last summer
ives to te the old-tye Utve was authorized early this tves she remembered in her was sentenced to two years in carried her off to M. Ida,
a are sl on Their.benefactr wa Mrs Nt jail today for nearly setting nff her father in hot pursuit.
aaigossI".The logomotives an 14 h f Wte. ye of Ge eu Bettli .the girl he loved and then Immediately after today's
rThe Fri vewill cost five ftsfts high, 1Q feet wie .and daughter of the fabulous Betty rat.gan armed band to bItle dict was announced Coat-sgi
They are 11 aver 55 fhe In el n "th. W hof Wall Street" because iath the Poss organizeLWd by ne- her a telegram reading
j Amernr- Tave six w Td tWOO an "e d ached pennies while seeu7 Irate father. darling, we will soon be
yand *rfrm Ii ah fortune in market Immteditely after the dashing again. No force in this wo
te DaUnis th f i of S u foirunli mves a 5-year-old lover was sentenced. separate us. Thousand kisMes
...... .h. d e une.lIvew ueroeut f iLndKe ro k tilo h
to ask ing ia AM the fiveo-fatl 8of loptee- relatives said word came from his home town Evangelos Kefaioghianmee,
deltat .l l l^Yama Railad. are ofhd never seeneMrs w~ka, of Herakilon that fighting ha1 Costax' brother' waaB
In o "'ad on Feb. 5 at e U. broken out. few minutes litsr er
a.r tdart- The Greek government sent of TAssouaIs
eg. .-, ..-. A .ja7t lfl In troops and police to Crete to pine'lrged with
sCor ueae ,- vent widespreadd violence. Authorit
m empet mousiachs In all 0reL. out Ofi
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Contest 1st Of Series

To Select Feather King
Kiid Evans and Kid Chocolate II are scheduled to clash
tonight at the Panam6 Gym in a ten-round bout which is
tie first of a series to determine the successor to the late
Stanley McKay's 126-pound diadem.
lb i fght will also be the first similar fashion in the return
-4aomotornal effort of ex-boxer bout.
ril fight announcer Oregorlo The semi-final-a six-round
Soya Castafiedas The semi-flnal-a six-round
_,oyo 5 easia, a _,...d 1lreturn match between

The winner of tonight's bout,
Ahich has a 126-pound weight
llUit, will meet another top-rank-
ing featherweight in the near lu-
t?. Sylvester Wallace. Federico
Pt aer, Luis Thompson and
tammy Medina are the others In-
yaWed in the eliminatlQrt tour-
-ocolate and Evans are ex-
i~ted to give the fans a thrill-
i bout from the opening bell.
a* will be the third meeting be-
t men thesl boys and the previous
r iterts were bumdntigers.
f ach lad holds a knockout over
toother. The first time they met
us cooled Chocolate with the
nite turning the tables in a

Beto Scantlebury and Baby Haw-
kins-ta receiving almost as much
attention ar the main bout. The
winner of this bout has been pro-
mised a feature role in the near
Hawkins is a slight favorite by
virtue of his six-round decision
In Co!on the first time they met.
Also. Hawkins displayed conti-
nued improvement against hard-
hitting Lionel Peralta his last
time out.
Battling Escudero and Rodol-
fo Ampudia meet at 118 pounds
in a four-rounder. Another four-
round contest winds up the ex-
cellent program.


V:*onstruction office removal at Hotel EL PANAMA with
Ilismountable sectional walls including all plumbing
knd electrical work. Sealed proposals will be received
ntil 3 p.m. Tuesday. February 20, 1951 by:

Arango & Lyons, Palsmith, SA.
SApartado 1848 Tel. 3-1211.


it Arrives
N rew reian Freight Service Crst6be'

u.S. lt tas e ..................... ., "A tt 1,
." Levers Bend ......................... *
.S. Flasdor Knot ..............................March 13
8.. Levers Bend ........ :.......:::::::: ..... March 2
Hlandflng Refr ixerat ChWUed
and General Carv
New York Freight Service Crist6bas
s.8. Cape Avinof ............................F.. eb. 18
S.S. Cape Cod .............................. ..Feb. 25
S.S. Cape Cumberland .......................... Mar. 4
S.S. Cape Ann .................... ...... ........ M ar. 11
Hfavana Freight Service
* Sailings Weekly from Havana to Cristobal
Weekly salUngs to New York, Los Angeles and Seattle
O casional sallins ton Neu Orleans and Mobile

rhe steamers In tibs service arc limited to twelve passenger,
F Frequent Sailia8s from Cristobal to
S-West Coast of Central America
I Telephones:
Crist6bal 2121 PanamA 2-2804 ColOn 20


SECRET WEAPON-Unveli n e what msy a new secret weapon
-chucg Dreasen. left, and Gil Hodges work out at Brooklyn's Cresc
man is considered by many to be tao strong to be human, desires t
way Dressen could use a little exercise, probably will need all his
effort as the Brooks' manager. (N

Balboa, Diablo Contest

Postponed; Same Teams

Scheduled For Tonight

Balboa .
Diablo .


The Standings
Won Lost
18. 8
. 11 15
. 10 16

5 2
3 3
S. 2 5

The weather again acted up
and as a result the scheduled
Balboa Wrewers-Dlablo Ron Mon-
tezumn -gam- Friday right at
the llboa Stadium ywar pqst
poned because Of wet grown as.
These same teae teams are slated to
meet tonight at the Balboa Bta-
At the end of the week's play
Cristobal is still comfortably in
the lead in both the straight sea-
son and second half races. The
Mottas seem a sure thing to cop
the second half just as easily as
they did the first.
However. the Montezu'mas are

Juan Franco Tips

1-Romantico Golden Babe
2-Luck Ahead Stella
3-Fanglo Costina
4-Golden Patricia Risita
5-Pinard Avenue Road
6--Phoebus Apollo Alto Alegre
7--Suavo Paragon
8-Golden Triumph Bend igo
9-Begonia Full
1'-Bufalo Golden Faith
11-Strike One La Venada
ONE BEST-Golden Patricia.

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closing In on the Brewers for sec-
ond place in the straight season
race-on which the pennant will
be decided.
-. -. '- --
Juan Franco

Muluel Dividends

I-Tap Girl $7.40, $6, $4.60.
2-El Mono $23, $11.80.
3-Volador $3.60.
1-Taponazo $99.40, $13, $6.80.
2-Marsellesa $2.8:D, $2.40.
3-Lollto $3.60.
First Doubles: (Tap Girl-Tapo-
nazo) $611.80.
1-Hanna $5. $3.20, $2.40.
2-Haste Star $4.40, $2.80.
3-Navajo Trail $2.60.
Third Race Quiniela: (Hanna-
Haste Star) $24.80.
1-Singapore $8.80, $3.60, $2.80.
2-El As $6.60, $5.80.
3-Nena $2.80.
Fourth Race Quinlela: (Singa-
pore-El As) $31.80.
1-Paques $7, $2.60.
2-Atason $3.
1-Lituana $4.60. $4.20. $2.60.
2-Armeno $10.80. $4.60.
3-Athos $2.80.
1-Espartano $12.20, $3.80.
2-Gorsewood $3.
Second Doubles: fLltaana-Es-
partano) $75.40"
s-Charles 8. $57.60, $6.20, $4.40.
2-Apprise $3.40; $2.80.
3--In Time $3.
Eighth Race Quinlela: (Charles
S.-Apprise) $45.20. /
1-Prestigio $4.20, $3.60. $2.60.
2-Nantago $3.60, $2.40.
3-Arabe $2.60.
Ninth iace One-Two: (Presti-
gio-Nantaro) $14.20.
1-Sin Fin $2.80, $2.40, $2.20.
2-Exito $2.40, $2.20.
3-Baru $2.20.
1-Elena B. $2.40, $2.20.
2-Mene $2.20.

Kleiner's Korner
NEA Staff Correspondent

THE Chicago Black Hawks
have a streak going. Out of 26
straight games, they've won only
For the Hawks, things are
really black.
rhe Philadelphia Eagles fired
coach Greasy Neale.
Or. to put it another way, they
greased the skids for Greasy.
Ted Williams signed for $125.-
000 and Joe DIMagglo for $100.-
000. If you didn't know they
were baseball played. you'd
think they were lIe-sates be-
cause those are pretty any fig-
Consider Mr. W U a a
second. If he rets fu Et
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7-PaHarclto gTrejos 108 Cmittefar Not "caInl for $100,000 to *125.0ou" the great man admitted
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d u hete lutions were Bot scute enough, Primo Carmera has raenoun
2VRcDe"N. nr cnaide Sauten Italy for m ca. Pull impac d austerity here will not b iw
2nd Race "D" Natives 6 Fsi, lnder consdeaton. until the ni League Club starts using, paper napkins.
Second Race of the Doubles Not so this year. The N-C-AA G Star- pangled tanner better than a yearsago. A bewetderog
1-Luck Ahead E. Bilvera 107x Tourney will include 16 teams, theg abouttdog shows is how ome o the petsapra ked out their
2-Stella M. Guerrero 112 and a Chicago group hopes to nweO
3-Bijagual B. Pulido 10 run a. tourney of its own. So of- ..
4--SBatan R. Trejos 120 ficials of the New York Invi.a- You may eal thep Broadway gossip that Ray 3yn, weho Is
5-Tin Tan V. Ortega 120 tlon Tourney came out yesterday probably the biggest bettor in Amerloes toa, won 10*.0 it
6-R. Hood, Jr. R.Vasquez 108 with a list of 36 teams under Clemson against la ia w the Orahe BowlgMe whn M
SMconsideration for the. 12-team mDarked seer e inae the l ing ates

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4-SitdttinDulld A. Mnana 1x YkUnesai reBfFoA f andrthe oca sply
Hall 17-4, PrInceton 1 ViUa uffient to refte any l sties us

4th Race Natives-4 s. r nova 17-4, LaSalle of Philadel h ad an edge riding for ia di t
Purse: 373.00- Pool Closes 1:28 18-5, tNa vye15-4,N oth sar unpen .

seM nI Race of thea s sta e2a2, HlyCro 15 3, Back page Farrell, my Midwest s out, reports "You cM con
1-D LSu e Ae Ma 10ox TConnecticut 1-3, Canilus 12-8,t Paul Brown out as the B nert Ohio State coach." tan Muial, who
2-Reonrte A. Anuereo 117x Niagara 14-7 Cornell 14-4, ol- came down from 100000 for $85,000 is e not likely to be moved f
3-R-a a B. MPnuo 112 ate 12-5, Washin on and Jet- oner-mosth talk on the part of the owner. He remembers th
4-Tana F. Reos 114 fieason 13-1, Lous e Y1-r Cn- olitico Bob Hannean took a1,000,000 out of the Cardinals in ls
5-- ny el Dia Julan 112 cinnati 14-2, Dayton 19-4, Bald- atha l three years rat b iorgham knew her was Metnn as

6-- Hoo CR. Iglesia 101 win-Wallace 13-4, Toledo 14-7, director ofn athletics wa when a Boston sports editor hig
7-ncer A. Vaoni Evanville 17-3, Lawrence Tech news. Plafiehnly, simple decency is not arIuer t at

8- Gold. Patricia V. A 114 14-2 H amline 17-1, Beloit 4-3 Harvard. Bingham had only been on the job hs.s
Bradley 23-4, St. Lo 18-5, Br- e didn't completely fill the bill but there wasn't a more
nd Race o C Moses ham ung 20- Ariz 1"-"4 ed n ae IPre-ollFe f dall.Hist orias Is io
Purse: D300.00 -Pool Cloo ises 1:55ouerit a.ifo naf 182-g Pa a ownd oretl e r, bu t ther no recohean se em'knw
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Purse: 8765.00 Pool Closes 3:35 p the t a 18- Nar
in eoFirst Ra-e of the Doubles

1-Mr. Foot) A. Samaniego 10 Wn22go 14- a oous A e n
2-The Da ouber I AGomez 1s 0 -,18oderen-
3-Linne Hea d rVasquell 110
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7th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: 3550.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1-Suavo V. Ortega 117
2-Apretador E. Alfaro 108%
3-Own Power B. Moreno 116
4-Galante II R. Trejos 107
5-Paragon B. Agulrre 110
8th Race "F" Imported 7 Fp.
Purse: $500.00 Pool Closes 4:40
1-Pamphlet K. Flores 115
2--Ranchopaja E. Dario 112
3-Agradecida A. Enrique 99x
4-Bendigo A. Bazan 114
5-Hob Nob C. Ycaza 112
8--Dora's Time J. Ruiz 117
7-G. Triumph B. Aguirre 112
9--Callmedear R. Vasquez 112

9th RBee "B" Imported 7 Fs
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes 5:15
1-Bolero F. Rose 107
2-Gaywood J. Phillips 106
3-Fair Chance A. Bazan 122
4-Full K. Flores 118
5-Newmlnster) No Boy 110
6G-Begonia B. Agulrre 116
7-Rathlin Light 0. Chanis 116
18th Baee "F-" Natives-7 Fgs.
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2-Broehaeito F. Rose 110
S-Bufalo' A. Angulo l111
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tion and head of the Di st
Columbia Boxing Commu
.. "I you want to list .nly
S f1taltles in occupations, any
a '- Lurance company can pN \0
housekeeping is more.dage
than any sport.
"That avocation produces
most casualties.
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r w By J "LtiZ Beavers Compile
fe. (1hLcey UUC Amazin Record

lilW I Eids' Way At Duke Under t HolmaP
e. d at. change at Duke since 191, when NEW YORK, Feb. 17 (NNA)
bankroll has been atid at change at Duke sce 1931 when Currently In his 32nd year
sum. varying Sa 9MIIM00 to Wade moved over from.Unlver- basketball coach at City Co
more'than a m o. sitfy of Alabama, where he had of New York. Nat Holman
In Wade's final year as coach, made the Red Elephants the one of the nation's most am i
Duke was on the way back and scourge of Southern football. In records.
scored its first victory over When Wade moved to Duke, I8 Beavers have won
North Carolina in five meetings., the, Blue Devils were down. Two dropped 182 ames for a
But whn Wade le.a opening years previously they had dedi- ling ..678 average. During
was coated their handsome new sta- 1931 through 1933 period,
THAT'S where O Carpenter dium and were annihilated by a lost one game a year for a
re-entered the itue.. great Pittsburgh team moulded mark. Last season, the
Carpenter. sobrdft. r Murray, together by the late Dr. Jock. first grand-slam was r
strongly urged that his friend Sutherland. Murray was a mem- when Holman put both the.
be gviln Wade's poettto. ber of that team. tonal Invitation To
Aftet numero tiO.- dl 4ta Wade Introduced big time and NCAA championship tr
were interviewed, 's-e tufted football to what is now the phles on his mantel.
to Murray. O of, o .-tfrst Southern Conference. The To-. ... i
standouts i the-Blue ovo ath- bacco Belt In the Carolinas and his coacjhng career the ft
letic history. He was given the Virginia had been Just so-so una- year as Duke's freshman bi*'
call. He ns the man to lead Duke til the former Brown guard ketball coach.
back. moved in. As he came to Dur- Twenty years later he's
It is ahe first head coaching ham, Bill Murray was starting in full command. .A

the candidate.
ie football; not
er left Duke he
ed in the Unl-
rare. He helped
ray. a one-time
Ave the orphan-
I's Home. Win-
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ly successful, to
rare as head
SIncluded a 32-
ing that began
ended by Mary-
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Sai at Banw Hernsb
Rogers Hornsby in Seattle,
Mel Ott in Oakland. Joe Gordon
In Sacramento and Stan Hack
In Los Angeles are the new
hands. They join the renowned
Lefty O'Doul of San Francisco,
Fred Haney of Hollywood, Del
Baker of San Diego and B91
Sweene of Portland.
BASEBALL writers on the
olden .slope should have one
eld day after another.
IThe yu1 have all in .one
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standing more even with and
crowding the plate.
Hornsby and O'Doul perhaps
pre responsible for more good
bitten than any other two fig-
ares in baseball. O'Doul develop-
ed the DIMagglo brothers and
many more, put the stamp of
pprovai on Ted Williams' swing.
or league hitters go to the
two-time National League bat-
ting champion for advice.
orntsby long has been con-
sideed one of the superior
teacher. Branch Rickey will tell
you that there is no finer ap-
praiser of ivory. And The Rajah
never hesitated to speak his
M .L OTT established a record
every time he went .to bat for
She Giants. As a youngster, he
learned baseball seated next to
John Me Oraw in the Polo
Grounds dugout.
Joe Gordon moves, into SBara-
mento s oacond-basing man-
agr i wrting illustrious
ch pt-- With the Yankees and
InMd The Oregonian could
|till. 'ay in the American
Lagt, but wanted to be near
bhis gone hardware businem
sian'Hack set a style of third
llauiwith the Cubs.
OftLe other holdovers, Fr*e
ae. was Ty Cobb's third 'base-
uLan In. Detroit, can tell the
=wrteft of the game's flery
Del Baker caught for and
spent years with pennant-Win-
Wag Tiger teams.
P BSweeney is an established
'rtwle A manager with major
Mmaue experience as a first
Wo-ott er circuit in the land
major or minor are there
ugt managers so articulate
k= .with such rich baseball
King Of Diamond
Declied Pro Bid
DURHAM, t.C., Feb. 17 (NEA)
- When Arthur Bradsher, erst-
Sin* ofth the Southern Dia-
nAd ..d W- l librarians went
icIrryng o. record books and'
lao -0 wit the following

,wed 1ny
ldw-- hwa

s .an under-
r. nmw Duke,
at an unbe-

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A FEW POINTERS-.Film star lrt anote, left, listens _-
tively in ywoo as Jesse Hill, track coach of Southern Call-
fornia, tells about the care and use of spikes. A former professional
athlete, Lancaster Is playing Jmn Thorpe in a picture. (NEA)

They'll Like Ott In Oakland;

He's Baseball's Anticipator
NRA Staff Correspondent

NEW YORF, Feb. 17 (NEA)e- It ever there was a nut on
No matter w4at he did when AC per form for stealing a base,
got there. Mel Ott et new was John McGraw. The 11i-
fA me t. d Giant jinn inflated that
Sto eew Umaunoer not only hook and roll
Now, ad manager ofhe OQA- ay from the bag, but In dou-
land club of the Pacific Cot leplay situations, flatten an in-
League. Master Melv Who was fielder without hurting himself.
Just elected to theall of Fame To please his boss. Ott used to
by a landslide vote, probably will practice at night.
establish some sort of record for
popularity among far west fans. He would wad up pillows In
For 23 years, Ott roamed right his hotel room, charge across
field under Cgoga's Bluff, first the floor and take off feet first,
for John McGrawlater Bill Ter- sending an Imaginary second
ry, then as a playing manager. baseman toppling.
He inscribed his name along- Whenever any of the Giants
side .Mcraw's ia.Mr. Ne York had trouble sleeping or playing
GiantS by pushing 511 homers cards because. of unidentified
out of National Leage parks., noises, they'd assume, "Little
No other senior circuit slugger Sunshine is .upstairs stealing
ever hit that many. bases again."
The quiet, stocy little man McOraw never tried to break
with the big number 4 on hisisi. star's unorthodox habit of
back had. one advantage not standing on one foot and kick-
shared by his contemporaries. ink his right heel out in front
He was a malor league player at of him when at bat.
16. "If he can hit like that, I
There Is an'old gag that Mel- don't care how he stands." was
vin Th6mas Ott was the first the McGraw attitude, to the
baby the Polyo Grounds. horror of other teachers.
ItI't 'so. The larruping lefty Mel Ott made a successful ca-
was born in Gretna, La.. Mar. 3. reer out of following one bit of
1909. McGraw advice scrupulously. His
At 15, he was an awkward beloved boss' favorite word was,
sandlot catcher in his home "anticipate." Ott could tell what
state. One year later, he was a pitcher was going to do before
wearing a Giant uniform and the pitcher' knew, himself. He
hungrily taking in every word was uncanny.
uttered by the great McGraw,
who kept him close on the He didn't anticipate, however,
bench. that World War II would have
There's a story that when Ott a worse effect on the Giants
was withhe Polo Grounders than on most other clubs. As a
only a short time, McGraw ask- result, he suffered criticism as a
ed him, "Did you ever play the manager and resigned.
outfield?" Yet to have his first Now Melvin Thomas Ott has a
shave, the recruit looked up and new club and may be a new
answered, "Yes, Mr. McGraw. I war.
used to play the outfield when I The Oakland fans are going to
sa kid." like Ottle, anyway.
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lo, swimming, tennis and golf
showing fewer Injuries.
"SOME panty-waists who cri-
ticize boxing always point out
the terrible effects of 'punch-
drunkenness.' A great ex-light
weight champion. Ad Wolgast, is
in a southern California institu-
tion. He often is pointed out as
the number one horrible exam-
"There are in that institution
and' similar places in the Golden
State some 50,000 inmates, more
than half of them womeenL. Oly
one Dutch Wolgast was a
"No one ever points out the.
pitfalls of the oeoupations and
careers of the other unfortun-
"Bo called 'punch drunken-
ness' is inter-cranial bleeding,
the result of continuous punch-
ing throughout a number of
years. Motorcycle riders and ri-
veters often get It. Football
players have suffered from It.
"IT CAN be eliminated from
the ring by barring fellows who
are just 'catchers.'" Miller. who
has been around, long enough to
be the world's foremost author-
ity on Sailor Tom Obarkey, is a
living refutation of critics who
cry "scrambled brains" every
time they are taking a poke at
Helhie was a rough and tough
puncher of the old ehool who
once got up off the floor after
14 knockdowns to win. And he
still has a brain which functions
as smoothly as a well-fueled Jet
"They say that boxing Is the
only sport in which the object
is to knock out the other guy."
Miller goes on. "That's far from
true. A widely-known college
and professional football player
told me he went into a game
with seven stitches above one
eye and a gashed lip.
'The fellow opposite me kept
tearing the bindage off,' he ex-
"'In pro ball' I went to the
hospital for a month with a
brain concussion. I tried to play
again after that, but couldn't
make a go of it.'
"CAN you Imagine any boxing
commission letting a fighter go
into the ring With seven stite-
es above an eye and a gashed
"Can you Imagine a referee
allowing an opponent to try to
pull off a ba.dage?.
"A fatalityin football, or any
other game, amateur or profes-
sonal. gets nothing more than
a stick of type In newspapers, or
a line on th radio."
Col. Hent. HUer is dead right
about one thing.
The finger seems to 'aint only
at boxing.7



T 4-s 04 -40S

Duke 's' M 'January I to be-
comthe itboltIrn Conference's
first eo mlsasfner left the Blue
Devils a need of a man to take
over their football.
Football at Duke had gone
back in the five years following
the. war.
Duke officials made no bones
about having "lost favor" in
North Carolina. Charlie Choo-
Choo Justice's electrifying play
had been like a magnet at near-
by University of North Carolina.
Fans were drawn by the thou-
sands to Chapel Hill. Put Justice
on the field against Podunk and
there was 'a sellout.
As Carolina reaped the harv-
est, including two Sugar Bowl
invitations and one unsuccessful
venture to the Cotton Bowl, in
Justice's four vears. the athletic
resources at Duke went down.
Justice's damage to the Duke



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sons we know just seem to radiate with warm. likeable per.-
sonality. You and I are drawn to folks like that immediately.
the Tivoli Avenue Shopping Center, too, has a personality. .
and it didn't just happen! No. this new. and still growing...
shopping center is concerned with Its personality and deliberate-
r works at making friends, improving services1 creating a warm-
Sr. friendlier attitude. ________

One-stop shopping center!
MEING friendly comes easy, too,
because these stores are own-
ed and managed by neighbors
you have known ror a long time.
They are interested In what you
do, how your children are. who
has a new baby. and who is get-
ting married. Your satisfaction
Is of first concern to them. They
want to help you findcmerchan-
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ereation. to furnish establish'
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your needs.

, Newest creation.,
IUR coming to shop on Tivo-
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2 and we believe you al-
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a pteasaat personality. .
y services extended to you
ersaons who know their lines
can give you the help and
ma t ion you expect. The
Share stocked with the best
most famous goods from
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at leisure

Reading the male mind!
O mention a few advantages
offered by this compact, one-
Stop shopping center. ladies
find the smartest fashions
-.frm original creations to pop-
-priced frocksi, shoes, hats.
r RiWerle and accessories mod-
beauty salons. men will
a U exclusive shops that feature
'.eVrything in gents wear from
' _O-rty sox to tuxedos. for the
hemee. Swedish modern furniture
S- -lectrical appliances the
Sinest in bone china dinnerware
.nd crystal. tickets to far-
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%'-.?W the Airlines or Travel
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& air-condi t 1 o n e d cocktail
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(APu ic Pointesm

Small Hahits

Lessen Chnarm

Most of us need a reminder.
every so often, about personal
habits that-small as they are
-play a large part in detracting
from charm.
Ranking high among these is
the public chewing of gum. The
motion of working a w s
I rarely attractive, particularly
hen ao.ompanled by slack lips
and smacking noises. If you are
a confirmed gum chewer, try to
restrict it to your own home.
Also to be kept. for the pri-
vacy of your own particular
boudoir or bath ate small
grooming routines -like finger-
nail filing or cleaning.-If inade-
quate time prevents your at-
tending to these details before
leaving home. let them go untif
you can find ladies lounge
Another habit to guard
against is the nervous fingering
of your face, hair or clothing.
Whether such mannerisms stem
from self-consciousness about
their being not-quite-right, or
whether you are simply check-
ing their perfection, you stand
to lose In either case.
Blemishes are only pointed up
to observers by such gestures.
As for handling your freshly
coiffured hair or new necklace,
people may feel y.ti are trying
to call undue attention to your-
self. /
Fe adults bite their nails,
but t re an many who pick at
them' nder. nqrvous strain. This
as we as such giveaways of
lack poise as twisting hand-
kerchiefs or shredding tissues,
is to be avoided.
By 'overcoming these habits,
you'll gain not only in charm
but in self-control which will
stand you in good stead in other

Clip-On E9ey

iRrng Autils

A new gold-plated key-ring
clips to inside pocket of purse;
makes fumbling at the door
It's a rare woman who can
emerge from a session of key-
fumbling with her temper In-
tact. While she scrambles in
her purse, her bundles slip
down, her waiting companion
makes remarks about feminine
efficiency, her nerves get fray-

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NEA Staff Writer
Because there's usually so lit-
tie time for arranging elaborate
coiffures many clsvpr women
turn during to simple versatile
hair-dos that can be prettied up
with accessories.
Jean de Chant, noted hair
stylist, suggests for this purpose
a new longer bob that is adapt-
able to whatever your social ca-
lendar may offer.
An easily-kept page boy style,
which is sufficiently simple for
the most informal occasion, be-
comes glamorous enough for the
most sophisticated affair when
fluffed into a loose shining roll
that Just touches your should-

PISA Staff

A new handbag gadged elimi-
nates the need for all this fuss,
according to its makers. Your
keys may be kept within handy
reach with the aid of a stirrup-
shaped key-ring, to which is
permanently attached a spring A short white organdy evening
clip Railed pink silk tfeta seat. Do
collar andL wide cuft for the ce
Fasten the ring onto the in.
ner pocket of your purse, and
you'll be able to find your keys NEW YORK- (fNA)-Dresses
instantly even in the dark for both big and little parties
- simply by touch. this spring will often be mauve.
Mauve, stressed as an accent
Plated In 24 carat gold, the color in daytime designs, will
key-ring boasts the additional see a merry whirl after dark.
virtue of working easily. Since The pastels fllow nmauve and
the clip springs open at finger- after tem, mtrifk coambina-
tip pressure, you need oly one tons of black-and-white.
free hand to remove your keys
from your handbag. There are as may short-
-- -- skirted formals as there are
Tq keep your chrome furniture gowns which .wep the floor.
hIniang, avoid using harsh grit- The short Zarr e cman be
S cleansers which may scratch truly formafl It t. can
r surface. A mixture of whit- te sworn to thi piec1 where
rand. a _ohol is s" effective -r-nd ball oil'ia.
S A O th' to the l tow -80i am o.W
a soft cloth: dry.rIe as the

IThki yeug woman glamorizes her Sample, go-everywhere eoffure
with clever hair accessories, chagiag her appearance to At meod
and' seasion. For a formal evenlng, she combines freau bowenrs
with mleek pe boy (upper left), which may also be combed inW
oft, fa mne arrangement enhanced with sparkle-studded fish-
net sap (lower left). A sophisticated ehigpon-effect (right) setsj
off aigrette-trimmed evening hat.
era. For additional fezmininity, material and more dashing cut,
de Chant swirls a soft, flat curl flowers a bit bolder in size and
down upon the forehead. color may beused.
This arrangementt becomes as 'This adaptable coiffure may
pretty as a Christmas tree when also be pulled back into a chig-
you don a dainty cap of rhine- non arrangement when the oc-
stone-studded fishnet which casion and your own. mood call
rises high in front to frame for a touch of sophistication.
your face, and dips its velvet To achieve this quick trans-
frame low in back tO accent the formation, de Chant brushes the
shining sweep of-your locks. page boy rolf vigorously from
For formal evenings, de Chant underneath, striking from the
combs the same basic hair-do end of the -italMrtwrd .. t t
into- a sleek effect to set off a nape of the neck.' This kacW
spray of flowers which he ar- ward brushing fluffs the hair
rages on one side In an attrac- 'and gives it body. i8de hair is
tive a-symmetrical fashion, brought back until the roll falls
For gowns of delicatee fabric into a soft, half-moon chignon.
and feminine style, he-recom- FPO additional glamor, he
mends a cluster of .tiny pastel chooses a bird-of-paradise even-
blossoms. For dresses of heavier ing hat. This round of velveteen,
to which graceful, towering al-
grettes are attached, is fasten-
ed to the back of your head,
just above the curve of your
/ chignon. Fine veiling is drawn
across your forehead and nose
for a final touch of holiday il-
SWriter Helpful Hints

satin, shirred chiff6t, taffeta
and nylon net.
Designer Cell Chapman, who
is fond of mauve for spring,
uses pastels, too. She turns aqua
silk satin into a si -lined
evening gown with eAe-split
skirt draped in an oMUqi line.
This is not a toplesi gown there
are lender strap. The top is
draped; the bodice la tight and
Embroidered white .gandy
topped by a fitted ta-
fete coat Is. typlal..'dr 4 0e-

The size of your oven should
be considered when buying a
cookie sheet. Allow for an inch
on every side between the edge
of the sheet and the sides of
the oven. This allows for proper
circulation of heat.
Keep your door mats clean
with frequent scrubbing if you

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1920 g'skWlallOn s are gnthulng
strong. ,eJar he are
new, l uthful-lookin
hats designed Jut for the short
cut; the controversial 'shingle
bob; the spit cur.
With a short cut, women who've
worn long lsI definitely see
the change which a new hair-do
makes. Thet'W bid for the mo-
rale of a wom:a who is tired
of looking at er familiar 'self.
for the woman with curly hair,
the short atit Involvel no prob-
lem of care.
But-and here an the cons-
women with aturaS Uy curly
hair don't lbavien t hir prob-
lems anyway. If you have hair
which reQuires a permanent, re-
member that a short cut means
that you'll be cutt off your
permanent Oflten ofen de.
pends on how' lest your hair
Remember, t0a, that,.a short
cut will tob you of variety.
There isn't much you can do
with It-but weso it short. And
you may have to toes out those
long-haired hats. They're not so
apt to look well with cropped
There's one-more thing to keep
in mind before you cut. Once
it's done, there's no putting it
back. You'll have no .watt until
the hair grows back and resort
in the .meantime, if you're real-
ly unhappy, to phony hair
pieces. .

wish to Insure am op. tOsk
carpet. 0 ,
When buying metal
Cheek to see that the utol
fabric is stitched to the
rather than attached I a
makeshift manner. Stitching i
found in the best furniture of
this type.
In buying aluminum oven
ware. it's well to remember that
brightly polished aluminum
reflects heat, hence browns fbtod
lirhtly; and dull-finished SIuN
minum absorbs heat and pro-
duces a browner crust.
It isn't necessary tpo re-do
vour entire shellacked floor If
its high gloss Is marred or dul-
le din spots. Be sure to remove
all wax or oil poltuh front. seq-
tlons to be repsl-ed. Steel wool
and alcohol will do the trick.
Dry thoroughly, then' cover with
two thin coats of shells. The
shellac dries very rapidly and
the patched area should blepd
in perfectly with the rest of the

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Shepherd Potatoes Bavoe Meat
(Mak0es usrvingi) d < 4a1-3. 8-.^H
Six medium bakiA tatopY, One pound ground lean- b
washed and dried, spoons 2 Cu cold wa teApMn
about 1-4 teaspoon pepper of elery .
tablespoons nen-fat dry milk, 1 powder, 6 tablespoons non-fat
tablespoon finely chopped onion, dry milk, 6 tablespoons flour,
1-4 cup hot water, about 1 14 1-2 oup water, 3-4 taapoonWor-
cups finely chopped leftover cestehlrfe asue. 2,tabslapoqnm
cooked meat SAugh carmalised. ..
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Rub potatoes with fat. Bake In deep auheat. Add ,
in oven (450 Deg. 1.) until done, per, celery a andgr
about 5 minutes. Remove esr. Stir over edtin
from 6ovef Ct t a slice off the. move. lump. sitMg t(bli
top of each potato. Scoop out poiht and simer 30 m uto
potatoes, T bells. tryingg often. .
,. Mash potatoes. Beat m 0 Mseanw e,. oeami..neo-ta
tablespoons =led butter, salt d milke'aqd our, le .

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Brnut tops with remaining i l99o derve hot hot haffy.,
tablespoon melted butter, an. potatoes.
Aprinkle with paprika If desired, po crele ur, t.
Plawe on baking sheet and bake small skillet ver heat
in moderately hot oven (400 SIr constany unt I dark
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"fNOW do 6ther wives manage to oget third uasbnds to tawe
them out occas.onallyr" asksd i wife with cabin fever -
on by spending evening after evening in her oWn Urinaes ,
while her husband reads, listen to. the radio and t off
her efforts at conversation by leaning closer to their radio or r
fusing to glance up from his reading.
Wall. a lot of wives don't manage to dra their hum.od bout
at night. Others don't have to drag them becaale tn wf
married to men who arem a sociable as they are. But plenty of
wives do get an occasional evening out lust taking the.offep..
sive and Ignoring all of their husband'a y otfefl(, tyot !,.
such as pleading a hard day. at the office, or the do a Vg
to go out again tonight?" routine. b nt
If It's worth it to you you migb -tr# that. aI
9on't ask your husband if he wants to go out. r to toie iw
we haven't aen anywhere in agei" line. Just get busy and
make some plans.
Hire a baby sitter. Have your glad rhgs on when your he-
band comes home. and announce brightly that you're goag oat
to dinner, to a movie, to the Joness, or whatever place f
The worst he can do is refuse to go which Iasnt Mely,
with you all dressed up and a baby sitter hired for the e411113
If he does that, keep your temper and say well, you -
you'll Just go by yourself, and that as long as he is going I b
home you can can he sitter and tell her not to come. .
An evening at Mme won't look nearly so appealing if Papa'S
got to baby sit and if you atent going to be sitting hme, too.'
That may sound like a high price to pay. for ano evenin-g-s
but you wanted to know how some women manage t4utg -
their husbands to take them places. And that's one way It eat
be done.

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a took pIes rwterda moralag at the EttId-
a *rAk sateo "habt Gea. Morris was wVeamtatd the medal for having
".de ed eu iee to the' Sudo rian armed forces. n form of eduaestionil
MAN"tatyin the Conal Zone. The dree" further st*es Wiht the officials of
gaa51 gecoie.ate wcbq tends to sre a bettor professioal -reWftton of the M"-
t9 rme 1i u* tSh "ei0", to unite the two countde, the Uitrld statess aM d
IIOILseSS B ,10were many high civil and m Mtary officials. both from Pa-

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'w4 vaS-so6 : i IA ,Gen. Mois; Ambassador Cur 0Coes W ; ;MaJ. Gen. Bay _L
S.filnr e Nsio*"la themUSl Army. Caribbean; a"d B-r Ada. A. M. Bled,
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Mobile Library Will Tour

L aOd Army Jungle Outposfs
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A n ie Ubrary aoon will tour wards, and a transfer of respc
outpi Mild gun ppitions in the siblity for Welfare Athletic a
P4ta ld Area otnhe eRecreation activities from
The bi~Oa ton of 'the ibrary, qartermfater to the WA&R sa
to be; ted y the Speial 8cr- section of the command.
vi d' U. Amy Ciie Br, hawnes
the bi~hshedIlnduites of the M11- Qd& -.rown
ita 5ti'onValuatio om in-
&tle ugges iM- h A mass 56 For

the annoinseatt.. FORT GULICK--n a sta
.tt.agoe poa y.dthokay M i o
the last'eplewese were Qoe Of. '0.t r,tLedero Not. ret01
phtogphing Ar r that the youngsters In her trn
master furniture as &a nhe pina thatI hM
Identifcaton eand standard had amassed a total of $56.25
tio,' one 41 a procedure which the March of Dimes.
substitutes one form for four, in This money, Mrs. Gardi
food-service accounting, and an- stated, was collected through
other for the repainting of the cake ale, the cakes hevwIng b
Amador grandstand seats. baked and donated by Mrs. W
The food-service accounting ter OliIl.,who is a resident of I
suggestion was selected as the Fort GUIik civilian alea and
"beat suggestion of the month." as tant Leader of Troop No. 8.
It was made by SFC Ralph E. Me- ur the sale of tickets, M
Oareall, of the 3d. Infant'rys a~dr added, r is es w
S -Service company, who recee bought and were given to I
ana dlitignQ cash award in con- three Brownies selingthe m
sequence of this. selection. tickets.
Army personnel in the Antilles Winners were Claris Head.,
were v ed prizes for suggesting tickets, her prize, a Scout Kni
the fo ration of a committee to Jo Ann Belf received a, Girl Sca
staniardize procedure in hospital beretfor hav ig sold 30 ticket

ar Boosts Jobs

For (olege Grads
tVANSTON, 1l., Feb. 17, (UP)
-The Korgan war has caused a
ahp upturn In employment of
co lge graduates, Dr. Frank 8.
Bndlcott, director of Northwest-
ern University personnel, and
pl Oement reported.
Heaaid the demand by business
ans industry in 1951 will be at
least 10 per cent greater than
A survey of 150 leading United
States Airms showed that engin-
eets will .e most in demand.
There will bepenings for at 'last
4,220. the survey disclosed. Last
yea. 3,70 were needed.
$alesmen are second in de-
mand, Undkqtt said, but the
openings wal fall off from 1,02 Inn
1980 to 988 in 1951.
Chemists will be third in de-
ni d, he enld, with openings for
61. Last year there were 583
Xadcott maldthe survey showed
that employers take different at-
titudes about hiring draft-eligible
"Ine exeoutve wrote, "So far we
hive don j our best to hire men
with some -light disability or
those olsidered fairly exempt
futn dradt."
Sut another said that "anlesB
t2 man If likely to be galled
vwttt nn*qiht ..or so we proba-
bly wi little attenon to
dtaft staMtu-
Indleott s id. "I believe it's the
IF to employ the beat
d men, regardleast draft
stu, because Indi stry mt ex-
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.ketaiand received a 1 cout
bok maer for her efforts.
Troop No. 8 was founded this
pa& January and already has 14
members on its roll. Girls, aged
seven through 10, who are resi-
dents of Ft Oulick or- Fort Da-
vis, are eligible for membership.
No TV On Relief
Utah Official Rules
-H. C. Shoemaker chairman of
the Utah state welfare sommis-
sion, says aid recipients will have
to get along without t&evIstIon.
He reported that ,he depart-
mint already has trimmed from
its rolls one recipient who"was
Sound to be the owner of a tele-
vision set.
The welfare director explained
that "anyone buying a video ret
obviously has an -unrepo r t ed
source of income,"
"If he is the recipient of a video
set as a gift.he will have the
choice between verting the set-
to ash-or"le= i rol,-,
Shiimaker ''

Mold Cuts st
Of Making .iohol
Toeo patmAeN of Aculeature
hart d m tocut the cwt
of p .rod .ig&_l^ -sub-
sttuting t-0 use ofmolorfb the
traditional ma U os.
The Deparneat -& a plant
ping 12 bush taels ofgrain a
day could save more tan 1,00
ydly shIf "asoOthWO pro.-
oeM. The im u- aving -og
calculated on the'bais obf com-
narlat -eate ,petmeto a an
The new own
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$1 fohr Polio FuPd
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Known well the' tragedy of
polio, 542 civil as and 7 l-
ry personnel of the USARCA-
ID Transiportan Section ec l-n
elected $1000 for the Mare o6
Dmes" Campaign which Caml
R. V. Perryransportation
recently presentedto ChaplO
T, Donahue, Army represme tq
for b drive in the Pan Are.
ithessn the ceremonav / s
y'WP Clarence -DitM, fund ces-
. struck t en the
lyl yof Colonel J. risach.
li rmer Transp tLOn Chief.
firit, with hs chl4 e, gen
t1, and Kathleenx,'4,4ater )Arm.
SBrisach 'wu severely .sricken,
Iand was recently evacuated by
air to the United States for fur-
ther treatment at theOhildren's
Hospital Baltimore, Mgryland.
Col. Brisach accompanied his
wife to the Zone of thi Interior.

Copt. Ceo. Lyon
Returns To Dujty
Capt. George D. Lyon, UhN, who
was hospitalized J~a. -,* for a
general physical heck-up, was
discharged, from the U. 8. Naval
Hospital, Co o Slao and resumed
his duties as Chlef otataff. 15th
Naval District yesterday.
Students' Penmanihip
Gets Teach. OA K.
FORT MA" OI L a.I Feb. 17.
(P.-About -thlrd s *9. the
atidento graduating ie Ameri-
can high schoolstody have a
handwriting style that 'the prin-
cipal regards as "satisfactory."
Even so. the pOd an@hWp of to-
dav's pupils i rafed a good or
better than that dja.generation
ago by 64.4 per cet of tite prin-
cipals in a national arvey .by the
W. A Sheaffer company& o what
has happened to ahatrlting.
Craig R. Sheaffer, p many
president. s .dithe ft ie6 dlca-
ted that better Wt tels and
better teaching mlt od_ had
helped peinaushIp'Jiemore
than hold its pwn" id site of the
much greater demands on stu-
dents' ame now ps, crowded
curriculums. and orous and
glamorous outside distractions."
Grade school plvlcipals voted
nearly two to o etta- children
"learn to write aofr eMiy" now-

Home Too Lxaurio
So They RAbiM&
PALM BEACH, PUa. Feb. 17,
(UP) Mr. adMr4ase de Lan-
da of New York Woe tired of
their rampbling. winter
home he. Sa
wrecking erew,.W- radia-
room stru"turel K ,down
and bued by M O a
small humb Uop- the old
The huge "alwt.dLaudsme
was built several
gost of $500,00. A.s. uaIt
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i a the next, year
"hop.. .t h- ted Mar-
3 0,00m1ashnaratw #a li t would b
tc Pact De gei jte to fix a
'Joined Gen. ;m g, Mpt to Europe. am
ianm a.ofMa5 ,.. tobert A. Taft,
f -l ',the
Tterignhe OabUd k S. strategy Is
Services Comis m it biased i "suffielent Inte-
of the Wttaf's gratd land, sea and air
I send 0 me- the war back to
warned jh lsb )h our planes and
bte rking m ports that are
to saddsaid."The ade-
di force ralkd I fby am. quate urope will re-
tD. ore qui l dvisialons."
n, like MWbaU, dealta-
Sbe pinned down on whether eral added
more U.S. troop beseat ch prefer to
In reply toI Btato' I- I tn Europe for
S he d luw Am to 80 div-
will be nfeede'f t a s to5 to fight a war."

iibur Shaw Ists Best

Car Advanes In 50 Years

INDIANAPOLIS., Feb. 10. (UP) wtehofI t to 19M of ethyl pso-
-Wilbur Shaw, president of the U, Wehjn tIun brought lont
IndianapolisB peedwy orpoa- ptIghcompresslon n-
ton and three-tnime waie of e Lte S Uotlon of preatone,
500-mile Memorial Day ausao- UC ih:ll -winter glycol anti-
bile here, has lated whAt aren M. ; low pressure tires
in 'his opinion the ten st 1m- In IM Wevelopment in 1028
portent automotive devlipmnt ..: eabe glass for
of the first fifty yeai f tho l w d windows; tihe
century. selgd- headlight, first on
Shaw emphasized tthat su- the i 190; and automa-
tomobile has almost real the also perfected in
peak In safety and peri a cahoe .
but pointed out several ItproVe- I a-morel economical
moment needed. In automobiles
S haw. who got the hefkered s oud t by the engin-
flag at the two-and-Sl lf Is 2t1hlscan be ac-
brickoval Ii 1937,. l Mld4n 1., Zng the corn-
and who is considered on o@ the Ireas, 'hlCh would get more
top automotive students In the mleag out of gasoline, or bY
world, placed the shock abeorb- lUghtel the car or creating
era invented in 1004 by. V.Hat- even better ream-lining than
ford first on his list. The other we have touay.
developments hhee nahed were: "in te mechanical field, I look
The invention of the electric for the Ipstitution of solid fuel or
starter by Charles F.Kettering In of a figttlesI carburetor. Both
1911; the all-steel car body first would cut down appreciably conis
brouih; out in 1912 by P. Budd of running the current automo-
and later greatly strengthened; bile. Automatic dimmers for
four-wheel brakes, fith seen on headlights is another thing in
-the Rickenbacker in 12 the de- the future."

Alert Jeweler Pubs

FBI On Tal Of

TF US Fugll,
nOILEZ, Ala.. Feb. 17 (lIP) -
A alert Jeweler who put a "tall"
on a suspicious check writer en-
abled the FBI today to capture
Courtney Townsend Taylor, one
of the nation's 10 most wanted
Twenty-five minutes after he
left Phillip Gabriel's Jewelry
Store, Taylor, who was accused of
passing $88,000 In worthless
cheeks since 1943, was seized
without resistance in front of an-
other gem shop.
rBI agents, reitoroed by local
police, swarmed in on the 42-
year-old bad h artist from
all sides and he had ba chance to
flee or fight, officers said.
"This fellow came Into the
store and talked to the clerk.
Travis Blis, 27, and offered a
$83.00 check fat a 15 necklace,
saying he was atoacco salesman
and it wa an R. J. Reynolds Co.
check," Gabriel said.
"I hadh een a circular in the lo-
cal paper warning against checks
illegally dawn Against the com-
pany," he added. "I let the clerk
completeti 'ale and then told
Sims to follo while I
telephoned the ,ollee and the
Sims tracked his man so close-
ly that he w- able to telephone
officers, by this time on the alert,
where Taylor cold be picked up
when lie paused near the other
storei. ,

LON Feb. 1 .(IY P) The
Colombo consulttive com-
mittee yeaterds discussed the
procIduretor OfnIn financial
aid and aes the laMe of the In-
ternational Bank. Doald Ken-
nedy, loader f the Uv. delega-
tin, empa thIat the Amer-
ican al 'was positive one
and outlIned tpe already taken
under the FPoint Four and
through a special technical and
economic immton
He alsoM mua ed the presl-
dent'.s Congress to
make am taelIt allocation of
one ~~ ln to In-
diAs. Jim attitude,
hi *WelnaI tiif t"frt_ nWMni_

Navajo Indians
Learn New Music
- The International noindln
school heri has an addition o0
Which' it (_ proud-a I9-picce
ond comnosed entirely 0of
Navajo Indian children.
Ordinarly, Navajos can't tell
a. tuba from a trombone ;e-
cause American music is com-
pletel foreign to them In its
melody and rhythm.
SMax Morrison, a' radiate
o f Oklahoma Northeastern
College, Introduced his puI.Uls
to band music by Inviting the
Box Elder high school music-
al organization to give a con-
cert at the Indian school.
Then ie picked 59 of he
mot 'promising boys and girls
ranging from 12 to. 19 years
of ae and V&Vegtfr, taught
them the Instruments that,
make up a band.
The first appearance. of tWe
group was at a school a4seni-
ly and the students ar e a'r-
ly rehearsing for more con-
The tune they play best is
"America," according to Mor-

procedure for obtaQutg loans
from the International Bank and
answered questions put by indi-
vidual delegations.

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The second Balboa high school production for this year Is "Lady in the Dark This .ew
show will be -presented darch 6. 7, I, at the Diablo Clubhouse Theater at 8 p.m. TIt*ed.
way version of thi show ran ever two years and later had a lengthy croea-country7,r. l-n
Its east were such stars Mas Gertrude Lawrence, Victor Mature, Maedonald Cary and DIt.
Kay. Tickets will be on sale. at the: Balboa, A neon and Diablo Clubhouses from Feb. 19tht o
March I at 11 a.m. to 1 p.n. and 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.



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Liy eh 1, Berbecue, p.P~i. IT'S .
SFOR SALE:-1947 Oldsmobile SedaOn aE t 2. t. C.ll 4.5 41491 i
model 76. Hydramatic, and radio. len l Jo see ning. NOrE.-- At SNeT. m S 'to Clra Pl,
S0823, Plank, Balboo. oljoininrl ieetonal Motl nows t's dry season. the Zone oGde afo de
FOR SALE Buick four door 193. FOR sM t -umuie ling r. haes' heard! Cab o i 4 .
excellent engine $200.00. Federico Al, C 1. mi ~ e C GRAML CH'S SantCr bea 1 Ma
Boyd No. 1, Phone 3-1516. e (Ce m eelt~Hl state$ togess, furnhed ectric, .p s dlf
''-6144 (COMeMI AImss) $'7. cattiage, furnldied, ekctric, it- _IlOiui HAVEIT.,dialn oNniI itI to eIBIIankfI
FOR SALE 1947 Kaiser, recondll-_ ____ lon, tiod rte w e ~e A IT el s ier to Mta c. O n- a .n
Stoned motor $600.00. Call CocO FOR SALE- -Bargain. Piows, excel- G tboo. 6-541 o6 r 4-567 T FND OUT un bl t lat f nlriti
Buck19,Solsr427.e lent tone. 3rd of November street. ,W lf iSo t Cluas S a e YsO11, oa WO.SRCN D gw4 i
house No. 5, Panama.WHO.OR'CAN-DwightM
i OR SALE Buick 1939, 2 rspo0 6- r-re two dr= -ft" V e--.,.- IS -"* W an-S gold
tires, nw battery 5150.00. 33rd totur -of the heir dryer Is Ion le oo. ;2 s *ilo 3K aZ'e -e -
St. No. 30. corner Justo Arosemona acute knowing its worm it s help- OY, t at
;., 3"Ave6. NIng your skin absorb nourishing FOR RENT -Beach uetuse, fSl- ofter t. e o
R S 197 or 199 Chev- cream. Then a subtle makeup and cliff Agee. Phone- POSEY, Balbeo or -
S FR 5foror L::- ns,7 n very 19 Ch ... Prestol Your face Isass velvety 2698. e ne l t
rolet fordr Se e at house 251 and fresh as your new hairdo. I(No --A it M
condition.extra chargeS Genell Bliss Beauty FOR RENT:--Beiact cottages. S eoIff. AI der
oShop.4E.S 55 ho7, 45. ktAlrms. VERsY ATTRACTIVE. att1eh un de
FOR7'- S Lhor bed p ,- MONTHLY RATES. Phone POSEY. 'tO ri" 31 Ge- .w*,
li e : o" vebaaeq^t^oj """ Bw ^.
I Real Estate D& .wp eu )ne Pnae 3Om Utr ie ROrn ,
FOR SALE:-4 1-2 Hectares land SALE* Call Pano. .1 nCril i- m oe r Bri
1-2 mile East of Casino Santa Cla- =FOR E-0r5 Iniountor. oenl-6p TA ih
ra on International Highwoy, In- phone 3-0255. .. eondependltt nthe r- i W tl Robert .
Awill ,wa crifice. F R,-l lall .ma, 3.acknow. FOR edingN T fur.shd o,-. .. v i-^"- rpl Kth fapta
cluding two small building an d FOR SALE:-New Chinese Rug, god FO Iay for:tkWl d ng u pon l on i outre
S 900 gal. watertank. will 5 fi. color. 9 x 12. 400.00. 524-D, g t 1) Pre-rt dbts ofthe and I n
4 4 Phone 3-2573. Box 2354. Cris- Cocol.. phone 2-1031. Importers of (]LASS ermang Reich.'p o *cy C g al .t F
Ftobal. i r "opty FOR SALE:-Mahogony China closet. FOR RENT Two idrom chalet, ) P Cfor aid lan ta o amas for invite on will pro be
J,FOR SALE:--Good income property dinette set. 3-piece living room large yard, vicinity Goff Heights. F011 MiFc It arev1i0Mi 19"8 treaty. .. --- --l ,-ai -- .,.
Near beach at Seaclff Acres. con- set. 0823 Plank. Balboa. Phone Balboa 3749. #4 ggt ol Tentate b e a d b o ot .t -
slsting of FOUR COMPLETELY __PonBabo__9rtstattin M toabaa
FURNISHED APARTMENTS. and FOR SALE Eleven aluminum vene- FOR RENT I concrete, 2 bedroom f btwen and four iternati t .w cold be estab-
4 3.500 meters of high, level land; tian blinds 52x64, $10.00 each. cottage. Son Francisco. Call 25- billion dollars. lspsd ll be reason The conSece wonti diu
with water and electricity. ONLY House 140. Pedro Miguel 4-481. 2259 ofter 4:00 p.m. suppIbe read twodihw
yS- 57.500-00 Phone POSEY. Balboa neeD I lk o nVof f her relaxaton 111111r 01210 915- m I
S0.00 2 .e P FOR SALE-Kenr ore wsher needs In best location, cool nd modern roetel toSne aanoOl o lsibu I7 fu r
'. -- repairs $25.00. Coldspot 6' refri- chalet, two bedrooms, living-room, DK how REA lEUtoinSt thev)I .U V=alarl- t I wr- ml W N USN
SOR SALE:-Modern chalet in Nue- geroaor, running but needs new diningroom, two porches, kitchen, tiad o te the fhdrnwa1 dairy duotss p ap wla -I A
SArrolan, with water and elec- thermostat. $35.00. Parlor upright maid's quarters, hot water con- of all Bri tish .e h e ChV. eh e* ra :
;.-.ty. Call 2-3078 1 poano, good condition. $175.00. nection, lots of ground. 27th EIs, Alote Il .ti O Feg as N of
Call ofter 5 p.m. weekdays. J. F. 47th St. Phone 3-2220 from 6 AlsoItwsointed out that de- tA, pos.biliy S'NchtA man oemtin d
.fe .ill p 2,000 weel n pl ms -inO'ao _____________ Dilbu' n- it
tel Pon-Americanoi modern cho-l o n. C.Z." V on the abtei fgn ftm thevio-:- 01 fr 1
FOR S Aer-l Vlnn FOR igeraisko 0-592-D, Mindi St.4 Ancon, p.rC. to 8 p.m. D C L S P f e
I t with two bedrooms. electric FOR RENT Chalet, threebedrporns. IsFont. e pa de d s ow
plant, 5200 meters land Reason- Leaving Panama. Selling all furniture two bath rooms, living room, din- VACATIONHIGLANs TOKYO, Feb. 17 (en- point of MFdd. ht defenses as -. OW C
able price. Telephone Balboa and household equipment. Colle 45 in room, kitchen, laundry room rr DouglasI MAh today a whole.
3763. n No 30. Bellovista. Phone LoVarre, and maold's room with service, front l Ifted another occupau con- The last war showed t. h t. BI MIN. WA..., eb. d, rea o in t h
Snapshot oPrnte o- Rfrc.T.3troops23. O5 flb 5. were;p E AIDSf rou lU r- moe t. 29 u-
FOR ... Pcnama 3-171A. porch and terraza in backcar port, A eal m i, ,roms tro, from the Japansle. He au- tr*o ,l _bne. were(Ph t- U, yao 'eon- arme tua ,,
I 200 meters of grounds on Trans- a e thmoin ed the e e "e 0 had to -syi' 65
FOR SALE Large Kevintor refri- Isthmiain within two miles of city, Ipel rates les e al entt to miake t oRn. cana- b St tld miles fro ho to make him- today, at of war
Roa l & 'I-l"mar gcerator $350.00. Double bed $60. new house lust completed, tile roof, 111. 1.tract withandi- t be o tai s part in eclf apreated re.I ...
1______________i____Ur Vonvty dresser $40. American over- mosaic floors, hot water and Far oursade"s write. ebone a lted r allie d e he deli s1 ars muchut r e itd oa11
FOR SALE-Outboard urturte $8A Kitchen cob- mO sc ro 2-2 93 B aand rr .t r egrap wh e. yo u g T heaa a a .t
moror.7 -n17 00. Guter S2screen0 Phone 2-2593 Balboa. teleht113b 0EffectivedMarch. t1.thousand# mile* diatnts In-hamHu n Sot e he A .t Iu
t "9" ,hnStreet 80 5 5 p. =,tr.olon Avenue N. P AM1ONT3,I "note *amse witl not need to go thrown endnts noted he ..
H.P. Martin 60."'-Lil- new Street---- 8055.l RJaP-?formed a Vmiii said.
oseTl-.T L Mard arby904 -LaA. r bCo FORu 5RENTa3 L"r J5 Ml 29 oSmEblVaCE annthurse netoo u oui ,m
_______/____ yea u -eed l MacArthur's hesqua .rlr i They said- de Ea sraegy .aiia dog tag MWtracd t e
FOR SALEb 7 H den- .CP SALE .5 cycle Wetnghouse Apartments (dealin with foi e wahs stal --t of fo r r. M .
F loLc_-PA __H_'n_ _I Lt o n 5 -- h Artes oe representxtl r t a r Iran boslN w inva,- w o Atlamto. R
F. extros. Nay Radio St on drier wah machine, living room FOR RENT:-Apartment for rent, Fo nations excess t u on per-ca UgJr the d oa-, r
SZ lp' E ll. Phon furniture, binds, kitchen table and 43rd Street East and Ave. Mexi- sonne l st for foreign tt les a n
371.. ... choirs, bed springs and inner spring ca. Call 3-0140. alons, m, tersi involving Jap- An ex"l becn t ihA iila a anifla l-irnl tea "
SSALE-Chri-Cri t Fishng Crui,- mattresses and other household fur-1 FOR RENT: -Two furnished bed- 7Z" ntn 108 -6.95 WToay th is n a ng toi. a ,
cr "ELENA."30 oGrey Marnemot for. nsh h'ngs. House 476-C. Cocol. rams, American home. near A n- eat which are h ndled bye -I need 'Toy eed is e to b n-oke, out Othe porte rd s d
S model cr G>',boa Yacht Club 3 CR SALE 2 cribs complete with can bus-stop to American women, nral sure Oil ppes w an h r and tunra uouedPo rt
'Sunday. -nErsp,nq mattress. on dining room References required. Telephone PET HOSPITAL cement, wheo anu be piped to the M oiteranean. the humane .ulAr.y as a u .
IN. f sa piped for the Mefooft =ean. the Hisv I=mel ---my "' ". r.
Sterfe tios o rosene range Poan e 2-3067. r a ernmentce, swhereaos Uand w It bs essafr howed e ,to her .e tt bway
VB y 11. Snxth 3Ave. Sn Francisco. FOR RENT-Nicelya furnish ed ort-.. na so e etent. rout -
o cefo Eement. including electricrefrigero- iealos neIm.e1 tota dRdiatmoreandntene Woudibetuteodpor-edI.W-th how. b o p er- hae' t a ie
Si .1Olt S tLE:-Refrig etor Norge 2 tor. All screened. Good surround- tLtoo nand communications, and "It would be Outmoded adate- how." ovr tftff)B1 /

-3Lh: Lists Evey he s Do all porcelarine or Unit, 2 Ih. $5.00r sent ituoa ted at 112 Via 1. B Irio t he rlsubjectsnoto W th V a
le b $90. House 1 21-A, Sibert Behisorio Porras. near Roosevelt chr ie n occupation policy. -
Twome s of the Panama A~bon lbe. EoTmelc. 6-107. Theatre and SAS. bDS D ba matrt 1' ters concerned

,audiorhe in the Exposl- 00 the olot Al washing mchine FOR RENT Ts responsible ahe e aane oe
we elated far february -- one to A. and Radio gramophone with re- half-furnbished one bedroomaoart- frSom stnin polficis. m

the OorgaMemorial Labora- albums. Excellent condition $150 DO NOT READ THIS AD Arthuro d head quarter's 2Mato- '
n Grot nds. in good working order $25. Al o Completely furnished 2 bedroom Unissn yOU want the mernt dated Feb. 13, and made e
Fce the Feb. 21 meeting the severoli ntems mahogany Itermite apartment in Bella Vista for 6 MAGLABILV SeSomehbResistant public today by the Japanese
pen:cr will be Frank E. Mazland prochi furniture including double weeks. Use of aitorrobile included. Ironing llar Cover. Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
who will present 2,000 feet.of bed with nearly new Simmons 23 Ave. Nicanor Obarriao, apart-
movingn pictures. in color. of t spring mattress; China closet, ment 14, Anayansi building, at will save Yout of your
Colorado River. The lecture cov- chrs. MalBuilding, Cristobal. Ironing time. R L& d
sthewell-kPown Norman Ne- Phone Cristobal 1528. FOR- or a Heat reflecting surface enable I is
Ville expedition. ment. 2 baths, good location,. Heat refiscti orfabeIenabls S wie T- To g
For the Feb. 28 meeting th FOR SALE 1 Norge refrigerator. Bella Vista No 32, 44th St. Phone ingonly one side, which
For the Feb. 28 meeting the 560.00. 5 piece wicker set. porch 3-0815. means lose strokes. The Young Man With the A 'FW
Cream Pufwsil by Robert Louis da
rt aoCc will be Voices of th screens fit concrete house, I round FOR RENT Apartment, two bed- r WATERPROOF .. keep s padS Ceem Ps wll be the reo dra-
NlghL." the songs and cdlis of 26 dining table, 2 Congollan ruqs like rooms, living room, dining room. dry; Less clothes dampening.
Northern frogs and toads. Koda- new, plants. 711 -C Prado. Balboa. Upstairs with porch. $75.00. Apply a It will last Indefinitely. number series today at 7 p.m.
mnied by re s of otheirt n1OHecp Wantednly $3.25, p pde a
toads and frogs will be accomP-;- Help WantedCity, .live of the men enrolled PrC"IEU Li )S
es. FOR RENT DUNMORE AGENCY in the Classin Dramasis In oa-
"Voicea of Barro Colorado Is- SECRETARY Must have perfect Box 3318 PanamA 3-20 nal Zone Junior College will ap-
land." will also be repeated :o. knowledge of English language Rooms Panama, P. pear n the tevenson'thrler-
the February 28 meeting, in pc Write, giving references and past mytIeON.OYWith.he
turps and recordings. experience Box 1078, Panama. FOR RENT: Clean. comfortable The Young Man Wth the
S._ Cremen Puffs" will present Jimes
-W-aeANTED Part time worker Good vice. centrally located. First Streetamn. Hthesory.toe wh O Custom Tder Eil
Snapshot 'Printed' I cleaner. References. Tel. 3-2503. No. 5. Telephone 2-1541. a i rHEARING AIDS JmOrvi as the stinoe and To Ct
.NPeterson as the title role, of the
By Atom-Ray Blast WANTED FOR RENT Furnished room. Cen- young man. Th-haracter
]a trol Avenue No. 18, Apt. 7. OB XPO"of Walter Hac-kett -daiiegO..
of the thrilling, though longer-
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 17, (UPi -- MiCeelaneouR FOR RENT Furnished room. Estu- known Mhort story by the mster One Victora E t (h d convrtible
AWestinghouse research scientistWlel drante Street No. 105, Apartment REPAIR- narrator from Scoand, wm be w
has produced what is believed to WANTED Portable lit pla. "A" SALES- b a and Lar
be the world's first snapinot H0 watt, 60 cycle 110 olts '-heard n the role of,
"printed" by atomic ray born- House 553 Cocoli, Tel. 2-1931. uSERVICE the President.
rdmenr. a Sn.h Responsi41e American couple, no chil- Florida One Up .tert s' urbyw fll dio rector oni - u. hn dren seeks cool,. quiet, two bed- O- manager o- HOG Ior--er r
horn nuclear physicist, displayed room, furnished or unfurnished. On Tourist Trade ductn cifnchg, ager of 1O" Ilpro
unique photograph he made apartment or house, Panama 2- rangeents,
fibombardbng fm with neit- 1617. MIAMI, Fla., Feb. 17. (UP -
Wen thus making the film ra- PJ The tourist who visit Ms, Iw *M CateSpriry
intcntac with i-J thave scored another point for J alkag'Ca"': *
swhen hed ph otaoat wpthc ust p Bill' rida in irs friendly feud with CS- Snarls Uip Traffic .y"W,.-,
apIosed photographic paper, a lifornia.
replice of the picture on the i;lm Lands New Job The Univ@uty of Miami report P gTOLEDO.Feb. 17 (TP) A ty-
Was prod ced on the paper, that tourists stay an average of iieady independent oat named
15'Dr. Sun said the new process NEWBUROP N. Y.. Feb. 17. 48 days when they visit the GOld no who belonp to Mrs., Zan- Two Le01if L 9
"hotographlc print business, former Polish offleer dunn" cationer in'Callfornia has been 72et 10.8 -- 5.95
World War II. has a new job, figured at 17 days. In u5al eat-fashion, Snookbe
tanks to a newspaper story. Dr. Victor Bennett,. head of the Large assortment in looked neither right nor left. e ."
university's marketing depart- sizes and colors, cause of the cat's carelessness, a
iE R i 1l I Juchniews c. who prefers to be said 95 per centoLthe visltora Ilk- truck driver was forced to nlan O m o
called Just plain Bill. was unhap- ed it in Miami. Five per cent said on his brakes.
py. His wife was sick. he had no they wouldn't recommend the e- When the truck consideratety
home. A poll of hundreds of MIami Short Sleeves.... $4.50 ped up ccordlan-wlse. Mean- -
Then a story telling of his cates. Dr. Bennett said, that 46. Long Sloeves .. -15,50 In. wlk ufrfufled and went jIaI- ae tn.S IaemiA
plight appeared in the Newbur'h per cent of the annual influx of ,uayabanas .... $1.50 home for breakfast while the sir I
News. Almost overn igh t his visitors come from New York drieaa 1e.1n 1m.a0rambfa ttghe
whole outlook on life was chang- State. b i te
ed traffic altuation during the totl damse at 82.000. Two of the

Frank and Michael Mazzarellt, winter season. Ave. Centr al 165 caI haW d tobe towed away.
Partners of the F-and-M Bony
and Trl Shop, hired him In the Tcs- Ve (lm I r Cigrdfte Moocher "
Shutting room, where materi s re C Vr Tel. 2.2490c rep M W ro T 1
cut for upholstery and furniture. ._l e Wrons Door
.-, .^ After a few days work. Bill aid w__ Ub,"y Heads T a Mas Mb ,
She was very happy with his work, Detroit Out To Tea card
I dh and the Mamareils said "we are BRIGHAM CITTY Utah, Feb. 17. Manners To Beggars a d eorfa tlldg and
very happy to have Mr. Juchme- (UP> Civic minded citizens man w"a responded for a
wc work for nus." r ave themselves a pat on the bac DETROIT. Fob, 17, (UP) De- -
AT Di waseaptured AT N when they finay installed an trolt's pan-handlers are learning i d.knoelbedathgr ..
AT* Bill was captured by the Nizis electronic broadcasting device to that it doesn't pay to bilmpolto. O la at t l-
during the war and was treated amplify the ch iaes ea the bO Many complaint have led'to a i ,-
PANAMA TRUST Wbruta4y. As a result three ribs are Elder County C ,wthouse. crackdown on the dime-h r-a-
-A adng from his left side and he That was unti thy found ot cip t-coffee boys. T first five ar t
MIPANWY, INC must wea rLprotective metal cot- that the device also amplified the arrested were given 0-day aen- _R.l >y As
a over.he heart. big clock's "l.k-toeking.w" tences, d -
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Juniors Flock To Aid
Civil Defense Setup
REVERE. Mass. Feb. 17, (UPI -
This cit. bbasta-the first Junior
civil *efenhle organization in the
United States.
More thpn 200 boys and girls
enrolled during,the first Wkei of'
the membership drive. The event-
ual goal is 1,000.
A Spokesman for the youngsters
', -What we want to do Is help the
evill defense program by organ-
tUnc and training within our own
group. so that the senior organi-.
mton,1i We a eada-m *e
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a party and
tr at thei. hamn. 4.

ox it-uaa, mr. .a
3ries. Mr. and M
Myers and Mr. a

Dr. and Mrs. C. DeWitt .Brimae
in Bella Vista..

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Mr. and Mrs. WlNIB. Pluer
of Mountain Lakes, wJ, Jerse
a&d Mr. and Mrs. T. C i nAnT
r New ork a Vs
to wonh th& nsba(
a sh6rt viett to Usithmus. They
will beat the Hotel T71611 urvng
their stay here. -
-Among those returning from
vacation trips to ,the states is
Rowland K. Haard of Ancon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dol
Eatertain Infoma
Mr. and Mrs. ~jhn A. Dom-
browsky gave a uffet paper at
their home in Pedro I last
evening for a group d their
The guept list Included: ?bj
ad M. Donald Mu)cklm
P40 Mrs. RuaUl S e
and Ms. Donald oee, a
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(A Newly Organised Baptist Churele '
Cristobal, C. Z. Bolival Ave. at 12th St..,
RVIC PAILYfLt at 7 00'1 .M.
Rev. Fred L. Jonee, Paut6r Be.. J ittmami Kmagelst
.. 1 ,1.. n iii.i i~ r *tf fii ii l 1 i -*


ONLY $35.00 DpD N

Store enough food r a small family: a newlywed ole...
SUy of three fou ad five... si-.' u.a

el andl convenience of


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and Mrs. Roy -D. Currie of
0DoOR plan to leave by airplane
Mfaeh 4 to spend several weeks
In New Orleans and Detroit.
Conversatoen Group
Spanisah Conversation
1&0pof the Canal Zone College
will meet Tuesday at 8:45
oa with Mrs. Elizabeth W. Mc-
1482-A, Holden Street,

SuqCBib To Hear
gte to.I,. P. Tatelman will be
'l uest sneaker at the meeting
of se Oribbean Stamp Club to
b.heM Monday evening, Pebru-
=at seven-thirty oluck at
7 W.B. Center on La 3oca
atq. Balboa. Judge Tatelman
o s an extensive collection of
stamps, and is an authority on
the subject. Guests will be wel-
come at the meeting.
EmIblem Club To Meet
February 28
Thenext meeting of the Bal-
boa Emblem Club will be held Feb.
2 aL:Spn. in the American
.ron ialBalboa, with Mrs.
Katherine Trimble presiding.
prospective members as well as
members are urged to attend the

A In Review

NEW YORK, Feb. 17 (UPP -
Gabor Peterdi used to be an ar-
-tsta whdnm the'gusto for paint-
ing was coupled with an over-
flowing exotic and erotic fantasy.
Under the Impact of the fear-
filled war and post-war years his
earlier paintings ld a nightmar-
ish, fantastic quality.
lis present exhibition at Lau-
rel features work done since he
has been living in the country.
These paintings reflect a more
serene, though not less fantastic
world. As the uneasiness fades
away. his exuberant fantasy
turns to more Joyful themes. Is
the road back to nature rightly
filled with hope? Or is It just an-
other avenue of escape?
No such dilemma bothers Mar-
cel Vertes, an artist who looks
naturally toward the sunny side
of life. He does pot inalst on the
trouble we have but recalls the
golden days of youth when hap-
piness was our main concern.
He exhibits at Kleemann twen-
ty imaginary portraits of such fa-
mous people as Eleanor Roose-
velt, Bernard Baruch and Gen-
eral de Oaulle. He presents them
as he flies they must have
looked in their childhood. We see
Greta Garbo at the age of seven
dreaming of future glory, eight-
year-old Picasso In a blue sail-
or's suit planning some mischief
and one-year-old Winston Chur-
chill facing the world squarely in
the manner of a real Marlbor-
The show makes us smile and
remember the days when we our-
selves were small children un-
concerned with the trouble of the
world and the-problems of mod-
ern art.
-Paul Moesanyl.

tper, I

8er we a on aoth M in full *wing lt
the utitutoa a0 !'erninden Caba-
lero from Csta g is aaowlgl tercolors. Mas
Cibaletao it oe alatniers who
tra ind M bla. Relatively.
it ,I said the ant .thb Central. Amerlcan
countries is to tbeo In eluding Mexico who
already boU t of o -ima0"i and also has good
Many of the .Btt f. f fresco ten-
dencies... tn o tion. Her draw-
ing ability and -. tion, sensitiveness.
and intultiveness wl AU except a few ot
the picturesae tthat matter Is recognize-
able. More of ob pictures s un-
necessay. ow to trhe ton. is to be
noted the' stwg e -ll d form.
If you reuip. al E. CORNER of Nov. 19,
19o0, "Form Ia ay shape on canvas because of
the boundaries Imposed by lines o depending upon the
creator's expression." Digest that i hl and prepare your-
self for the other. '"Compo itio t. arngement of forms
within a 2 dimensionaL surface to balance, propor-
tion and deigmn" As exa A L rl in Blue)
and No. 19 (whose nameihas ppe tind) best show these
qualities. Nina's strong dein l i with its converse and
concave direction of line. e of form composed a
compact picture. No. 19 has such 's rard for area arrange-
ment that the result has beautiful .otqualities. The forms
have been arranged almost into abstraotnl composition.
Color isa another "must" for goo. pictures. No. 14. names
serve the purpose of Identifying 'a pure only and this one's
has slipped me) la a wonderful little canvas whose color har-
mony give a Jewel-like effect. Inh a- sense perhaps, one might
even say It has some ofothe qUaltlet of roccoco. By that, I
mean It possesses the nature of the small, the precious, the gem-
like feelings of that school.
Besides the excellent composition and form, the juxtaposi-
tion of colors dove-tall all the picture Into a complete satis-
factory statement. Her palette in, this one ranges from cool to
hot but are subtlely harmonized. Music sans jarring notes Is
pleasing. Pictures sans Jarring color (a color too brignL, a color
too different In color wheel relationship, etc.),'ls good painting.
In short, good orchestration of codlors'as well as good form and
composition Is the outstanding charm of this little canvas, No.
So much for the handling of the ol medium. Miss Caballero
experiments with departure from lte l reality. She tries sur-
realism In one picture. Surrealism U d.4iessing to the average
gallery visitor. In dreams, sensations whether pleasant or night-
marish, are real. Anything goes unqiuestioned...because it is a
dream. To float in a strange world, see a wall that looks like
a doughnut, see familiar objects in strange surroundings (for
instance, an enormous cup rocking by a fur-line shore, are ac-
cepted irrationalities cataloged to exist rationally only In dreams.
There is however, no reason why these very things should
not be put on canvas or paper. It Is fun to see what irration-
alities the conscious mind can conjure and it isn't easy either
for It demands creative imagination and the three command-
ments as well (form. composition and color).
The incongruity of seeing Irrationality made real in the con-
scious rational world Is the mdin reason for distress or puzzle
for the average viewer. Instead, why not look at surrealism as
imaginative creations of the painter and let It go at that. Be-
sides surrealism Isn't new. It has been done as far back as 500
years ago, and further. All painting, whether one "ism" or an-
other or none at all, is thinking and the canvas is merely the
end product. There is no limltto thinking profound or com-
mentary. Imagine then the fretMom of art.
If one can remember the three essentials of painting, form,
composition and color one can discern more discriminatingly
the works of painters. In turn. It will be surprising the new
world of pleasure and thought that wil be opened. The ab-
solutes in the realities of life beautyy vs. ugliness, good vs. evil)
are things as theV truthfully ami not. what they may seem to
be or what many of us erroneously believe a matter should be
by falling to investigate further to see how matter really Is. The
intangible is often more real than thE tangible. The painters
along with the writers, the poets. and the musicians are the ones
who can pipe all this to us.


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Mr. and Ml. Hugh Thomas of Glenoiale, California, for-
merly of G tu1 announce the engagement, and approaching
marriage ef there daughter. Grace to Mr. Joseph Francal Me-
v- &-- -- --n -r #h-*la and M il

Donnell, Jr., Io iA*les iU, so
F. Mabonnell o. f Chicago. I
The wedding is planned fo
Miss Thomas Is Well-known on
both sides pf the isthmus where
she was born anreirftrd. She
graduated from *.ristobal High
School and worUd at the .A.
G.D. at Fort WiUaLm D. Davis
before leaving for ile States in
August 1947. Her father, was su-
perintendent of the Oatun Locks
until his retirement in Apr.l
194 She is at pre ent employed
with the New York Life Insur-
ance Company in in Angeles
Mr. McConnell graduated from
hl ghKfchool .in Chiaago and at-
tedidedthe UnivesjAtny of Wiscon-
sin before World War II. He
served with the Marines ip the.
South-Paclflc during, the last war.
He Io connected with the Gel E.
Webb Construction Co. in Los
Angelps. ,
The-younE couple will reside in
CulverQCty after their marriage.
Card Party and Luncheon
for Visitors
Mrs. Leon Egolf and her
daughter, Mrs. Caleb Clemert,
*lre co-hostesses for a luncheon
and afternoon of cards, t the
Egolf residence in Cristobal yes-
terday, in honor of Miss Vivian
Couse of Schenectady. New York
and Mrs. Marge Barber of
Springfield. Mass.,who are visit-
Ing their sister and brother-in-
law Mr. and Mrs. George Poole,
Sr.. of Oatun.
Miss Barbara Egolf assisted
her mother and sister with the
The Invited guests were: Mrq.
George Poole. Sr.. Mrs. George
Poole. Jr. Mrs. William Badders,
Mrs. J. W. L. Graham. Mrs. How-
ard Harris, Mrs. W. H. Basham.
Mrs. Fred Newhard, Mrs. Henry
Shirk, Mrs. Fred Willoughoy,2
Mrs. B. B. Qray. Mrs. Arthur Al-
bright. Mrs. Harry Egolf "of
Gamboa. Mrs. John Fahnestocit,
Mrs J. W. B. Hall, Mrs. Gilbert
Lee. Mrs. David Howe. Mrs.
Charles Troland. Mrs. William
A. Van Slclen, Mrs. Alice Clem-
ent. Mrs. Ralph Graham, Mrs.
M' rgaret Peterson. Mrs. Ar'hur
Lane, Mrs. Gilbert Owen, Mis.
George Egolf and Mrs. Lee Nush.
Bridal Shower
for Miss Benny
Miss Marle Benny. whose mar-
riage to Mr. John Thomas Styles
of Gatun will take place in
March. was complimented with a
tea and miscellaneous ilft show-
er given In the South Patio of El
Panama by Mrs. W. W. Huffman
of Coco Solo and her mother,
Mrs. William A. Donahue of Cu-

Dn of te late Mr. anu 'rs. .
r the early spring.
The guests included the mo-
ther of the bride, Mrs. W. E.
Benny, Miss Nancy Dyer, Miss
Jean Dough, Miss Eleanor I!uller,
Miss Arden Armstrong, Miss Pa-
tricia Leach. Mrs. Tommy Lou
Horter. Mrs. Benjamin McCona-
ghy. Mrs. May Smith, Mrs. Har-
rison Mrs. William Benny, Mrs.
Dominic Roberto. Mrs. Blel, Mrs.
V. P. Ford. Mrs. T. A. Brennan,
Mrs Andrew Bleakley, Mrs
Hanson, Mrs. Walter Reeves.
Mrs Milo Kissam. Mrs. Ralph
Malcolm, Mrs. Lee Helm, Mrs. J.'
Steiner. Mrs% H. F. Paddock and
Mrs Eleanor Husum.
Mrs. Parka
Honored with Shower
Mrs. P. A. Tortoricci and.Mrs.
R. E. Waggoner were co-hos-
tesses for a shower for their sis-
ter. Mrs. William Park. e par-
ty and shower was gle Friday
evening at the hoiaLof M Tor-
toricci of New Cristdbal.
The guests from the aclfic
Side of the Isthmus:were Mr.
Catherine Jones, Mrs. Louis
Schmidt, Mrs. Robert oyer,
Mrs James Riley, Mrs. nal
Jackson, Mrs. Theodore SthmIdt
and Mrs. John Schmidt.
The Atlantic Side guests were:
Mrs Thomas Egger. Mrs. Albert
Arnold. Mrs. William Waidron.
Mrs. John Frensley, Mrs. Pred
Huidqulst. Mrs. Robert Walnla,
Mrs. Florence MtElhone, Mrs.
Archie Manlkds, Mrs. Trudy Da-
vis, Mrs. Richard Taht. Mrs. Ro-
bert McLin, Mrs. Russel Ober-
holtzer. Mrs. Thorn Marsh and
Miss Ann Wichner.
Surprise Shower
The members of the Firemen's
Wives Club arranged a party at,
the residence of Captain and
Mrs W. H. Casswell Thursday
evening honoring one of their
members, Mrs. Ho)lls Collins.
Games appropriate to the oc-
casion were played and the pr1ie
winners were: Mrs. Hugh Hale.
Mrs James Lowe, Mrs. Jack Rice
and Mrs. Thomas Harrison..
The other ladles participating
were: Mrs. John Dwyer. Mrs. B.
D. Humphrey. Mrs. Kenneth Da-
ly. Mrs. James Lowe. Mrs. J. A
Taber. Mrs. David B. Marshall,
Mrs William 0. Dolan. Mrs.
Thomas O'Connor, Mrs. Eldon
Ro-use. Mrs. Albert B. Collins.
Mrs P. H. Dowell. Mrs. R r.
Condon. Mrs. Charles H. McCul-
lum, Mrs. Roger Hamor, and
Mrs Charles E. Hughes.

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A group of Atlantic Side
dents crossed the Isith st
evening to participate in thq
stable which wM sponsor0. -
the. o aboa oman's Cia.t.
Mr. Norman Slade, plans
Isaac Ostrowiak, violinist
the following members oH
Cantando Choir took part.
program: Mrs. O. E. J
rector and Mrs. C. J. GenM
companist, with the foll
choir members Mrs. H. P.J
Ington, Mrs. M. A.
Mrs Earl Orr, Mrs. C. D.
Mrs. Wallace Witt, Mrs. A
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B. B. Gray, Mrs. William
Mrs George Engelke, Mrs.
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club room Tuesday. Feb.
1:30 p.m. All members are
to attend and bring their
tions for charity..
Catholic Daughters
Supper Party
The Catholic Daughtesr
America. Court our Lady of-
Miraculous Medal 874 will
supper card party on F Pek
Supper will be served from
7 p.m. There will be door
and table prizes. Members
committee in charge of at't|
ments are Mrs. MUlo KlrssI
John Tobin and Mrs.
Brennan. For informattOn
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l' Get tout Oun," Broad-
hualous hit which played
audience of one million,
,Mdred thousand specta-
wring its three-year stale
Wi' has been brought to the
by MOM and emerges as
lest, most spectacular and
Pneful Technicolor treat o
p(ed filmgoers In the his-
screen musicals. The new
kg 1 opening Thursday at
= Theater.
the vivacious Betty Hut-
I made-to-order role as the
and read marliswoman,

tar holds plenty in store for
S-year-old Charlene Veth, of
Few York City, i ho won the
Hle of "Miss Stardust of 1951."
bre topping 40,000 contestants in
be annual New York contest to
llect America's most photogenic
eauty. she gets 8800 and a long-
te-m modeling contra-t.

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b Dales June 1
S:OLLYWOOD. Feb. 17 'UPI -
Oginia Gibson announces that
e's nding ? one-year morato-
m on dates on June 1, 1951.
:"I haven't had a man in mv life
kee last June." Miss Gibson
pinL "Boy, will I be glad to see
icm again."
When sfie started her Holly-
kI career. Miss Gibson deter-
Mod to remain man-less and
ate-less for one 'year. She said
be wanted to concentrate on
"My first year in Hollywood
4ll be up June I," the rei-halred
sauty said. "I'll have three oic-
ares to mv credit to then. So I
Kl be able to relax, take the
Paps off myself and renew my
iqualntance with men.
"I haven't liked it a bit. It's no
hn being a spartan woman. But
Woen I came to Hollywood from
pfadway a year ago, I had a job
b learn, never having been in
bvies before. I didn't want men
|Uttering up my thoughts. They
ai you know.
"Bo I ruled them out complete-
I gave myself over to work
MW for one year."
ss Oibson, who danced and
E on Broadway In "Billion Do]-
w Baby." "Park Avenue" and
2ok, Ma, I'm Dancing," made
Wr screen debut in Warner Bros.
7a for Two" and is now work-
in the same studio's "Paint-
~he Clouds with Sunshine."
usd to read the Hollywood
n when I was in New York.
any giris were mentioned
to th place and that, with
n m a d then another. In
going aces seemed to be
sole c Miss Gibson
"Whe sign my Holly-
contrac vow e I wasn't
to be on ose social
like boy friends and going
as much as any girl. Still. I
that if I were going to get
V place, I had to forget all
I boys for the time being."


Annie Oakley and with tage stat
Howard Kele mak In .C1146
clouds fim debut as iank utltr,
the man whom Annie "can't get
with a gun," this exuberant and
eye-filling picture unfolds Its
song and laugh filled plot against
colorful backgrounds of Wild
West phows replete with cowboys
and Indians, tribal dances, stunt
riding, shooting contests, buffalo
stampedes and all sorts of root-
in'-tootin' activities centering
around that famous figure of old
West folklore-Buffalo Bill.
And interposed amid the ex-
citement and the laugh-Jammed
story of the rivalry between An-
nie and Frank Butler for the hon-
or of being the world's champion
sharpshooter, a contest which is
ultimately resolved when Annie
decides that she'd rather have
her man than her medals, are the
wonderful Irving Berlin songs.
Including "Doin' What Comes
Naturally," "The Girl That I
Marry," "You Can't Get a Man
With a Gun," "Show Business,"
"Falling In Love," "Sun In the
Morning," "I'm an Indian, Too,"
"Anything You Can Do" and
other hits, sung to perfection by
Miss Hutton and Keel.
The infectious Betty Hutton

f i the pek of bet
Ily the le of 0e
r!mu.bun Annie whb
wrbt who slns at shoot
her way totrlm phe before nMal-
ty on a Lrand European tot Ad
eventually Into the hert tof
man *he loves. sowrd KAW
scores an outstting hit In h
first motion picture a. A hand-
some young actor with a aupero
singing voice, he is an in~ b
romantic foil for Mis tt. A
topnotch group of actors is en
in support of the star, ai
them Louis Calhern as the d-
lightful Buffalo Bill J. Carrol
Nalsh as Bitting Bul, th l@ox
Chief who adopts Annie, Mward
Arnold as Pawnee Bill, Keenan
Wynn as the amusing and ;lib-
tongued company manager, Be-
ny Venuta as Annie's rival and
Clinton Sundberg as the har-
assed hotel owner.
"Annie Get Your OWn," shoots
along at a furious pace under the
smart showmanship of Producer
Arthur Freed and Director George
Sidney, a producer-director team
that has given the screen some of
its finest musical hits. In "Annie"
they have come up with the
greatest of them all. It's a mash
it square in the bull's eye.

NEA Staff Correspondent

be surprised If the announced
"All About Adam" never gets
before the cameras because of
Joiseh Manklewicz' allergy to
sequels. He recently vetoed
"Here's Addle," with the same
characters who romped through
his Oscar winning "Letter- to
Three Wives."
Says Manklewlcz: "Sequels are
like second honeymoons the
spark is gone."
0 *

Constance Smith, Fox's
Gaelic version of Boedy La-
marr, is due to wed John
Roultiun. the British film
producer. Daria Massey,
the pretty teen-ager who
plays Jennifer Jones' sister
in "Carrie," Is tussling with
her first grown-u part in
"Lady Be Good" at the Hol-
lywood Playhouse... Frank
Sinatra, who could use the
money, is needling his
agents to get him a new
movie deal .Ava's dream boy
wasn't kidding when he told
Monlea Lewis:
"Na 'thise you're at MOM.
drop a$ on wardrobe and say
hello ta my o sailor suit."
Jq CRAWFORD, chewing
Rum apnd clicking the inevitable
knittilgR needles that are her re-
hearsil trademark. is the big at-
traction on stage 12 at Warner's
where "Ooodby. My Fancy" is
before the cameras.
Joan is wearing a 116,006
mink coat rented for the
picture. The gal who sheeok
out all the ink and sable
at the rental studio made a
howling mistake when the
coat was ordered. She enter-
ed the coat with: "One mink
coat for Loan Crawford in
'Goodby. My Fancy Pants.'"
As a glamorous congresswo-
man. Joan is returning to the
college from which she was ex-
velled many years before a re-
ceive an honorary degree.
The script calls for Joan to
illde vast Eve Arden, as her
hard-bitten secretary, and look
misty-eved at the dormitory
room she once occupied.
Director Vincent Sherman is
leased with the star's comedy
'*Wonderful," he s a y s.
'"Mis Crawford. you're liable
to wind up a heekuva co-
medienne." .
"Really?" Joan laughls.
"Yep." Rays Sherma n.
ducking. "You're liable to be
another Martha. Rave."
dent of National and Fox West

a Panama

Coast theaters, minced no words
in telling the Hollywood Foreign
Correspondents Association that
"television is terrific competi-
tion to the motion picture in-
dustry." He said:
"Theater owners must
prepare for big-screeli tele-
vistan. Movies should be
publicized on TV. Maybe in
20 years there won't be any
theaters at a&. I don't know.
I wish I knew."

Another Orson Welles' story
tickling European ribs: A. U. S.
newspaper correspondent In Pa-
ris cabled his office to ask how
much of the story on the open-
ing of Orson's production of
"The Unthinkable Lobster," a
satire on Holywood, should be
"Don't file," cabled back the
office. "until someone shoots Or-
Gary Cooper isn't joining the
I-Htate-Mlmfcs Club. It'i okay
with Gary if the boys pull on
Imaginary suspenders and mut-
ter "Yep" and "Nope" after they
announce, "And now my imita-
tion of Gary Cooper."
He started V gaR hmlflf.
"It was in my script n aan
Edga" Bergen show before the
war.'" ary shrugged. "I got a
lot of laughs doing it. Every mi-
mic in the country does it now.
It doesn't bother me. No harm
in It that I can see." i
Gary. who's rounding out
25 years as a movie star.
doesn't cotton to the idea of
playing the tough-grained
Armv colonel In any film
version of Ernest Heming-
wav's "Aeross the River and
Into the Trees."
He read part of the novel and
"Hemingway should play it
THE Hollywood influence
Betty Lynn drove her medium-
priced sedan into a Beverly Hills
parking lot and the attendant
asked her to leave her keys in
the car. "But won't somebody
walk off with it?" she asked,
The parking attendant gave
her a disdainful look. "Madam,"
he said. "if somebody steals
car from THIS lot, they'll steal
a Cadillac."
In addition to awards for the
best movie of the vear, best ac-
lor. etc., Alan Wilson verdicts
the Academy of Motion Picture
Arts and Sciences will give a
special Oscar to television as the
best nuisance of the year.

Ganal CGl *oufsess-

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s.3 :.. 5?:2 "Always Leave Them Laughting"
i Monday: '*marla"des"
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Tuesday: "Always Leave thoetn shins"
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John Oarfl is a rugs
indepenldt itsI boat
in southern wa1ers, jus
from the wr a mort
h ap wife a
little gri. no this .s
comes a be-autl- layglr
form of Patrila Neal, a
lawyer (Wallace Ford)
proXteon ar sy money
*with the 0, .tie.
Just how ijis, forms t
of the new Weer Bros.
"The kt int."
story by imed novelist
From te Lint at wh
skipper dee to pick u
of that money, 'the flm
along through a series o
Ink episodes ntil Just e
befall the wrongdoers. Gi


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led and first excArsion Mi ia taffl.
skipper come l th the
t home eight C hnes a into th.
gage on Forcd to kill the leader, fIns
,nd two himself with a erime l8l&,
situation sclened uhtil he meets ove at
Sin the Near..
L shady Again and again he runs the
with a gauntlet of the law until some
ey, and gunmen kill his friend, the first
mate, played by JuaaogitwMia-
he basis des. He now plts vengeance and'
drama, a climactic gun battle ennues at
from a sea, one of the most su.pensfeul
Ernest filmed, according to advance
ich the
ip some Ace.megaphoner Michael Cur-
n races ts directed. Phyllls Thater and
f thrill- Edmon Ryan play ottler impor-
desserts tant roles In the film, today at
arfield's the Balboa Theater.

Marlin Lewis Need NO Zany Business

HOLLYWOOD, Feb. 17 (UP)-
Dean Martin) and Jerry Lewis
don't need A writer or director
for those zany antics in the mo-
vies. They act like that all the
While they're on stage, Martin
and Lewis put on a show resem-
bling a pair of kindergarten brats
6n a spree. Off stage they put on
the same show, as long as any-
body's looking.
At least, they don't have to wor-
ry about keeping quiet while
their gagman is out for coffee;
They never keep quiet.
The other day on the set of Hal
Wallis' "That's My 8 w" at Para-
mount, Lewis and Marion Mar-
shall were doing 7' sacee while
Martin kibitzed. In the first take
Miss Marshall flubbed her lines
and salt chests Instead of the
word "chest."
"Ldt's do this picture in Eng-
lish. Marion," Martin screamed.
On the second take Lewis miss-
ed his cue. Martin didn't miss his.
Just an Afterthought
"This boy should go far-right
through the front gate." he said.
As an afterthought, Martin
"Give this boy three lines of
dialogue and he's dead. What can


Filmed under armed pol .s w
cltion in the face of O J a
violence and reprisall
with .

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you expect from an idiot, any-
These witticisms were greeted
with sueh roars o laughter it was
difficult to continue the movie-
When the scene was completed.
Lewis started his show. He ran to
the set telephone, picked it up
and shouted:
"Room service? Send me up a
He then rushed to director Hal
Walker, threw his arms around
him 'and began screaming in his
"I always et hysterical about
this ta' .' ." he exlsained.

N)iet Changed
DETROIT, (UP) Freeman
Towns said he wanted a divorce
because his wife fed him noth-
ing but peas and beans.
"When I got tired of peaq
and beans," he said. "she fed
me beans and peas."
Said Judge Ira W. Jayne. '"I
grant you a decree and a
change of diet." 6





I;M : *4:s0 M p.m.
Story of our whose d nlesni
era=he at 'hrwter's crosroads.


| E N E A N T 0

Trlynm, t in

j.ow Io net w te
greater pu .
the film, thi. o tbeifdeof
the law aialoUt their
In the ard
ridlng T nthe
love Rth Bt 3f Hony-
wood's mint iSsl tars.
As the wife (f'.otlaws,
she has aot- u I hae of
'the action in teB tory, bt fin-
ally goes over .b the wful side
as personified by the andasome
Randolph BLoJ .. .
Filmed.on a1atton in the Cali-
fornia hills, "COlt .45"'is said to
contain scenes of unsurpassed
beauty for those Who like outdoor
beauty along wIf their action
film fare.

On The Records

NEW YORK, ieb. 17 (UP) -
Playing Mozart's troubled and
troubling C minor sonata (K. 457),
along with companion,
the C minor fsa ia (K. 475,,
Rudolf FIlrku-y makes big me-
dicine with those of their inven-
tions which herald Beeth-
oven's piano sonatas. Then his
piano is between the two, neither
Mozart's nor Beethoven's but a
sort of amalgam.
Interesting and very correct
-for Kirkusny since he still
lives sonata and fantasia their
spherical anity. me.plays In no
fussy, mannered way but with
sweep and depth aand lanes
of detail and is distinctly, an
artist foeuped on content rath-
er than 6n conventionalised
"style." A lot fstubtaneand
challenge, too, marks this pia-
no player (Columbia; l-lneah
Only one year after Its pre-
miere, Samuel Barber's piano so-
nata. Opus 26, has got onto a rec-
ordt.played by its first public per-
rforer 'aU cr tinu
V r; 12-inch LP. It is a. d-
ligh1ful thing, with senlsble'oio-
d rnlsm leavened by a toIh
classes punctiliousness. Thp thr
reiard side has the Ho wja
playing of Chopin's B-flat minor
sonaa-the one with the fun-
eral march-which is a perfonm-
ance as near the ultimate as mu-
sical performance can be.
Ravers two piano concertos
were "conceived and realised
simultaneously" he said. Be
cause either one will enhame
the other, London hap doe a
sernie Inputting them on jan
13-nbeh LP. The Cpaeerto for
Left Hand is played by Jae-
quslne Blanchard and F1Or-
eheeto e ila Suisse Romande
under Ernest Ansermet; the G
major, by Nicole Henlot and
the Paris Conservatory Orcb-
estra under Charles Munch.
Both. are highly competed pr-
foranees if rather routine
Too late for the 1950 Bach year
but worthwhile just the same, is
Frita Heltmann's playing, on the
organ in the Berlin Dom crypt, of
.12 of the 19 "counterpoints" ofa
"The Art of Fugue" (Capitol-Tel-
etunken; two 10o-inch LPa). This
man Heitmann is to his Instru-
ment what Casals is to the 'cello.
His playing has the transmittive
force to carry the "counter-
points" into regions where auch
abstractions have rarely pene-
London has encored its last
year's recording of Faurd's pno
msic exquisitely played, -
Kathleen Long, with more of
aMne bythe same admlgnk
WAyer.- The 10-ch LP hasw
turnes, an Impromptu,
the 0 minor barcarolle.
--Delm Saif

Livig Layers Fotid'

On OCe Mattoi "
(P) elentists at thewo
Oea6hographe t
U are-trying to detenn
nature ot a mysrte
Ectterint IAyer-kant
is th e Atlantic ann
^ 6hn N B. Hersey, a mt
Of the Institution, said "dwe
it consista of soame
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or most it
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lelne," Oi
Norman Wooa.ta At
ny, which. wi ea3
V ta Theater
er proof .ahi rha
lost its snll.
The film, based on
court record of a st
murder trial of almos
dred years ag l a
lled ama of you
girl with the
of her Fenoeb lover.
Ann Todd gives a
neiformance 9A the C
lating, yet piasgpnate
Smith, who nurtures
tne omace ,with
isherenoenoanl, Em
lier, ed WIman D
in a month, the i
thp air, and the coN
S er father that,
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Af Betia Vito ,,
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t-rate mo- ed. em.
oent ever .irman Woolan
eotaos" fa l ouiana.

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against his da
the actual to explain her
illl-dbated ity.
t onp hf -.b- sB .
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ni = 'ah maid who aervl -
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Blind Pianist Predicts r

United Pressltaff "but musft, fe
George Shearing e man who the's aetlass feelig a
makes bop sound like music I air kn mucal circle aidthaL
experimenting wita "ew .foti& ways means it's tfim 'fo
of progressive jaza whleh eh s bde-' change. I might be the i to ni' ,
yond anything-yet heard and is it." ,
melo=lous as well.
Sharing, whose success stcry Sheario~ has been playing con d
started In the slums of LonDon cert atek& with BUly Eckst0 ..
where he first learned i play the whom be Cdiblders one *of1
piano in a school for the tin, great.moder singers. a Is
believes bop is an imporant ad- ing for his citleenship paporsp~e -
vance on older forms Of fLail but 1tore ettwurd tattwiattiae
lacks color and dynamics. land to star at London's Palla&
He is trying to work the color dium Theater.
ahd dynamics into his new mu-
sic while maintaining the unor- "I love it here and I'm glad
thodox accents and unusual in- American music fans like me,"
tervals characteristic of bop. bsxalngsaid. "Not maDny A ucs
The 30-year-old blind pianist stories Searing sald. Not imnys
will try the new musig, when. It 1. success triess tart with bl nd
ready, with his famous '4uintet 5o in Se Battersea S a.d
before the general public gets to have a happy ending like: 'and O
hear it. -. bh lived Joyfu ever after in be
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tsaz de la "Poab Se-
mlAn" y un ta e de
H so celebraran la noche
f comnemorar I boduas de
de stoo dstintldW eapa-
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A-BKELORADO. eb. 17 (UP) pelfig do los ejdraters aaL.*
t Jen wOft ME l Marlacal TIto advri6 hoy ten del Soviet, apoetado. en
a la Unl6n lovid6tel y maUs su eumuAro frontera,. I1 disur*
|I tes que aulqtu er staqe a so rue ap=nnclsdo m1o cv"e
S Hlna ugoeslavis podria dsnead- dias dema de ontere
nar la treers guerra mws- ci es on aseentarod de zAIo
dial. n un u s discs pol to ie Adhjnto, de o stados Uniesa,
"I war 1 rrer fondo, Tito dijo quo "el scon- George Perklu. principal ,
teocmlento mmes. posilbe on un- tratega norteamerilcno pas
LA HABANA, Feb. 18 (UP)- rops es uns guerra local. Qui Europa.
La policia ha tornado medidas nes creen que tal guerra ea po-
para evitar que ocurran moti- sible deben tomar nota de asi)". En un sparente o tent o ddo
nes hoy dmlingo, cuando el preparar au parutdo Camunata
Representante Bolando Maafe- La advertaena del Maraial Iar una eolaboraso6n a w
inrr haga seto do proencia en Tito fud heeha come parte del ree eeb el OCdU
laM estudlos, de la caden radio- dsourso al quoe ie ie d6 gran taliste, ito do queo Ocei-
difuwori CMQ RMra contestar- publicldad, pronunciade ante dentes ayda a Tugoealavia pr
amparadQ por an decreto del dos mil euatroctentos miemuros razoneae politics y Thugoesla
Goblerno-unia upuesta decla- comaunttas de la Divisl6n de la acepte la syads par forta.o
raya ealumnloss del Senador Guardia Selects del W46r-4tJo iart O Oot0 pal soelaliUt.
Eduardo ChlbA, ugoealavo.
La policla ha ordenado la mo- .1Tito lVdW a su= partidark
villzaci6n de uo fuerasa y es- La Informael4n official sobts que .Ian la variable ticUsg
tableeer un cord6n alrededor el dlscurso dice quo estate .d- del Patldo Comunista T
del edificlo de la radio-difusors claracl6n reipecto a la guerre, lavo, y.dijr que etA Joo
con el objeto de impedir qua hslo a los delegadoo ponerse It do aitar la a yuda del Ocel-
la manifestacl6n organinada por pid y tributar uns prolonged dented porqu date. al gual quo
el Partido del Pueblo, cuyo nre- y estruendosa ovaci6n a To. TYugoemava se proocups por la
lidente as ChibAs, ae oponga a cuya naci6n se halls ante el defense ontra Rula.
que Laasfrrer able per los MIL
cr6fonoa de la OMQ.
deelardo qu Mafrrer "ten- puetazos-estn dirimiendo
drA que pasar sobre nuestros
cadiveres parsa legr. al &wicr6-
Pan. .IaS dMfeSr diferencias tradicionales en

SAm rica La Mea los Vargas y Jimnez
NI Alcalde del Distrito do
unido LMes" nos h nvado d
I gulente carts aobre rifis en- Lo ore de
u UlIIdiJVos twre Jiminez y Varguas: br d
LA MESA, Veraguas, Febrero la Z tedrain qu
4" eo uomere la aIndustria 15 de 1951.
anorteanm anass =u 6n WtAn 8r. Director de tra 4 OI
Swoeandu el p deae dL PANAMA AMERICA traba* 4
I eor pntes de vista. Mientras Cludad de PanamA.
I quao me ammte las empreus 8r. Director: Se espera de un moment
Softmmaereaaas .ea beast do En La Voz del Interior de a otra la orden de
peUalbidades de tavers6n ea au important diarlo. entregap ,W
pa- extraanjere Me l aInea- eorrespondlente al trece del mies WashUgton
baa. a ftram d e exelasila- en curso, be leido con no poca
measi o is eOzpTeMacl de an extrafleza una informaci6n, ba- .Lo cireulos del Ej6rcito. la
I res taal doenm a fabri- jo el titulo de ..* H.D. Azael Marina Fuerm Area en la
i 2ee d5 a u produete, isn to- Vargas correte6 al Alcalde par Zona del Canal estaban spe-
mat e namtsta emo podrian, today La Mesa" y con el sub- rando la 6rdenie de Washhbi-
oa a asMtMG a, eotrilbuir al tStalo de "Las dos families pro- ton pars aumentar sla semana
mAI*"e diang del pals he vocaron un esacndalo en el de trabejo para los civiles.
di ua stosa eado ea quo hubo de Intervenir Ia po-
Seaenta gemsidametsel do eota Uola", Informael6a viciada de E pWnal militar del ejerci-
ldele. fjaindd abaoluta y que, por tal to ha eatdo trabalando sema-
omdi I ihase die a- mbUoto reotlfico por medio de la nas 42 horas deeded el 9 de
Wik amsi aea i an David a iate. en la seguridad de lero. p onal military do
a Iat ldst de eso te pnte qu sted, tentiendo en eonl- s l Marina ya 00o c0sIde 1
4p IMa. I taertte, m eso des- i las disposclones de la maiAm 4"1 bido ao ewr. fT.
W amm t 11A a 1et Is ha Lq de Pres0, acoguer 6data aOtIa-jan las har "quoe a
Sdlaem es-- i l ausna pgnta a mudie- llW S nAcerlas. ILa Fue
Sg d o sn Isaias prepond e,- Am todala ea t t era a.
doINg.eses -s"s. dll, a, OsR
as sG. Siwt Mawis PAs INSo 9 o loh w)ee i om- d A ri sv i C *D
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Es evidence que todas las naciones de America
han formado una unidad cerrada de solidaridad ante
Ia crisis international que confront el mundo.
En el seno de las Naciones Unidas todos los re-
p:-esentantes de los paises del continent han actua-
do con bien orientada coordinaci6n para defender
en los debates parlamentarios la teoria political y
la causa del mundo occidental. En esa prolongada
campafia en pro de la vigencia del sistema democri-
tico ha correspondido a los Estados latinoamerica-
nos una elevada misi6n que han cumplido con fir-
meza de. criterio libre y con pleno convencimiento
democritico. Los Estados Unidos de America, que
son los abanderados maximos de los intereses de
todas las naciones occidentales, han contado con el
respaldo moral de los paises latinoamericanos.
En la controversial originada por la actitud im-
perialista del comunismo que ha tenido esta vez
como insttumento a la China Roja, el continente
americano. ofreci6 1 especticulo de una solidaridad
magnifica, la cual contribuy6 significativamente a
la hora del escrutinio para que las Naciones Unidas
declararan a la China estado agresor.
Muy lgico y natural es que ello sea asi siendo
que el problema envuelve a todo el.mundo, y parti-
cularmente a 'nuestro hemisferio, no obstante que
el regimen de Mosci y algunos agents de propa-
ganda que actdan en various paises de Am6rica pre,
tendan circunscribir el asunto a la reducida 6rbita
del lejano oriented.
Afortunadamente esa campafia comunista, que
invoca con desesperaci6n tan absurd tesis, no en-
cuentra eco en los ambien tes del mundo occidental
y de modo particular en America. La tActica es muy
conocida y se puede decir que no hay incautos ya
que no la, hayan descubierto..
En los circulos de observaci6n political en logs
Estados Unidos de America se ha apreciado debida-
Mente esta solidaridad del hemisferio, la cual ha
hecho possible, en parte, que en los debates de las
Naciones Unidas triunfe la causa de la justicia y de
sl democ ria.



Por este medio se notifica a todos los accio-
Inistas de la Compaflia Chitreana de Oaseosas
y Refrigeraci6n, S.A., que la reunion general tendri
lugar el 28 de Febrero, a las 3 p.m., en la Avenida
Cuba No. 6.

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Instituf t
Rlproducimos a 6onttaelg6
el DOereto OrgAnico de mo Cu-r
sea de Verano:
(de 13 de febrero de ID1)
por el cual se organlza el mnt- .
tuto de de e 1s Eacofa
Normal "J. D. Arosemena".
El President de la Beplblloa,
en uso de sus facultades legalese, es
Decreta: IA

Articulo lo.-Los Cursos de
Verano para maestros funclona-
ran com o una lnstitucl6f per-
manente, con el nombre de Ins-
titute de Verano". s
Articulo 2o.-La labor del Ins-
tliuto de Verano ase orientar
hacia el perfeceionamiento de
loe Maestros. en el santldo de:
b) PamIliariarips 'on. prin-
ciplos, conocimlentas r prActicas
que hagan mes eficaz la ense-
fanza que imparten:
b) Ayudarlos a mejorar sun
habllldades, aptitudes y hibltos
como individuos:
c) Capacitarlos para que sean
&gentes activos de mejorsmien-
to econnomico, higienico. civic,
Intellectual y reareativo en la
remunidad donde trabajan;
d) Prepararlos para que ejer-.
zan una influences mas positvra
y eficar en ia formacifn del ca-
racter de la nifiez bajo su cul-
A fin de cumplir 19s prop6si-
tuo enunclados. los programs
tomarAn en cuenta primordial-
inente las necesldades e Interb-
ses del maestro. asi como los Pro-
blemas de la comunidad donde
labora.s v comprenderAn tanto
la material respective como la
WIcnica de su enseflanza en la
escuela primaria.
Articulo 30.-El Organo EJeeu-
t.vo determinara cada afios el
lugar donde deba funcionar el
Institute de Verano.
Articulo 4o.-El period. del
Institute de Verano serA de sets
(6) semanas. La fecha inicial y
final del miamo serAn filadas
cada aflo por el Ministerlo de 3-
Para los efectos de exAmenes,
matricula v otras actividades re-
laclonadas con la organizacl6n.
tanto alumnos como profesores
deben estar en el lugar escogido
por el EJecutivo para sede del
Institute de Verano una semana
antes de la inlicael6n de las cla-
Artidulo 5.--La semana de la-'
bores del Institute seri de troin-
ta y cinco (35) periods; cads
period tendrA cincuents (50)
ialnutos de duraci64.
Articulo 60o.-Se establece un
derecho de matricula de tres bal-
boas (B.3.0) por oeriodo lectivo.
que sera pagado por los alumnos
o nla Contaduria de la Escuela
Normal al matrlcularse. X1 pro-
dvcto del mmo -am usarA oars
ayudar aPrtanclamiento de ac-
tividades que redunden en bene-
ficio de los estudiantes. Los fon-
dos de matrieuls no podrAn uti-
llzarse para pagar sueldos de
ninguna especie. 861o0 bl Director
del Instituto de Verano podra
Rtrar contra esos fondos. y al fl-
nalizar las laborers enviara al
Ministerlo de Educaci6n un in-
forme pormenarizado sobre la
Inversl6n de los mismos. Con
esos fondos se puede comprar
material de enseflanas y libros
pDar a I biblioteca.
Articulo 7o.-El Director del
Institute dp Verano fiJara la
Dend6h .p deben pagar los a-
lumuoa Internos.
Articul.o So.-PodrAn Ingresar
en el .IgtUtuto de Verano los
maestro. Mue no posean el Di-
ploma de Maestro do Enseflan-
:a Primaria, aal come lo aspi-
rantea a puesto de maestro que
hayan aprobado, por lo menos.
el primer Ciclo Secundario. No
nodrAn Ingresar al Instituto de
Verano los maestros que hayan
asido removidos de sus puestos
Dor observer conducts impropla
de educadores. ni los asDirantes
de conducts reprochable.
Paragrafo: Se aceptarAn come
alumnos, maestros on servclto
de preferencia a aspirantes. at
lac limitaclones de la matricula
Imndieran aceptarlos a todos.
Articulo So9-Los alunm os re-
gulares doe los planteles de en-
seflanza post-prlnmaria de la Re-
noblica no podran matricularse
en el Instituto de Verano. Sin
embargo, en casos especlales.
cuando a un alumni regular
gtaduando de la Escuela Normal
"'J D. Arosemena", le faltasen
lasta dos materials para gra-
duarse. La Direcei6n General de
Educacl6n. queda autorizada pa-
rr. ordenar que este alumno sea


studio o para el ejercleo de aIs
docencia, el Director pddrA retl-
rarlo del Curso e informara de
cllo al Ministerio.
Artceulo 14.-La Direccl6n de
Eduoacldn Secundala, recomen-
dara cada afio durante el mes de
noviembre la list de candidates
a profesores del Instituto de Ve-
rano. Para la confeccl6n de esta
lists ae tomarA en cuenta las na-
turales .de cads curso. la Ido-
neidad moral, la preparaci6n, la
expmlOeCIa profoeional y 1s o-
tientalo n de los aspirantes a ln
lur de la naturaleza v prop6sltop
de) Institute estipulados en el
articulo segundo de este Decre-
ParAgrafo. Para servir los
cutwos del Rrupo "B" del articu-
lo numero 19 de este-Decreto. el
MInlsterlo de Educaci6n solici-
tarA al Departamento de Salud
PFblica una terna de candidate
ram cads uno de estos. La Direc-
t16n de Educacl6n Secundaria
recomendara entire ellos a auie-
nes deben ser nombrados para
el cargo.
Artlculo 15-Los Profesores del
.nstituto de Verano serAn regu-
lares y especiales. Los Profesores
regulars dictarAn no menos de
veintichtao (85) horas eemana-
lea de claes y estarAn al servicio
del Instituto durante todas las
horas hAbiles y participarAn
Lambidn en las actividades ex-
tracurriculares quoe A realicen
en el plantel.
Pargrafto.-La Direccl6n del
Institute de Verano queds fa-
cultada para desalgnar rofeo-
res Coordinadores y Profesores.
Consejeros. escogidoas centre los
profesoros r rulaes nombrads.
slempre que esto sea necesario.
Esta designacl6n no creara di-
!erenclas en cuanto a remune-
raci6n. #
Articulo 16.-DesempefiarA el
cargo de Director de la Escuela
de Demostraci6n, del Instituto
de Verano un professor graduado
en Educaci6n. el cual serA esco-
Kido por el Ministerio de Educa-
cl6n entire los profesores de Edu-
caci6n nombrados on el Institu-
to de Verano.
Paragratfo.-El Profesor esco-
gido*para dirigir aIs Ecuela de
Demostracl6n devengara el suel-
do de professor regular del, Ins-
tituto de Verano.
Articulo 17.-El Director de Ia
lEcuela de Demostradeln del
Institute de Verano, tendrA. a-
demAs de sus funclones adminli-
trativas, la de Supervisor de la
rrActica docent de los alumnos
v sera responsible, Junto Con I0s
profesores de dicha materla, del
trabajo de los alumnus practi-
btLculo 18.-FuncionarA en
done lao design el Mto
de Educaci6n unsa NevWe del
Instituto de Verano. W-ersonal
de esta secretqria aer de doe
classes: vermaneta 7 tranalto-
rio. El personal permanent
constarA de unm ecretarlo aue
sera un Profeaor dq Educaci6n
cuyas funclones rMan deoelmi-
nadas por el idinisterlo de Edu-
cnci6n, v de un Oflcial de Pri-
mera Categoria. El personal
transitorio constarA de dos Asis-
tentes y un mecan6grafo. Este
personal comenzart a prestar
servicios una semans antes de
la iniciacidn del perio4o v ,',"-
rk en sus functions hast unas

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Ave. Tivoli N Tel.f M 14G |

___________. ___-i _

I. ft ,* :

ducativo 1
Ivaluacl6n' del Pro-
greso de los A-
lumnos 1 5
Educacl6n Fhalca 1 5
Flconomia Domdms-
titoca -
Agoratu a .
DibuJo v Modelado 1 5
Prictica Doeente 1 .10
Grupe "" (1)
Saneamlento Rtral 1 5
Primeros Aulllo 1 5
Puericultura 1 5
figlene Personal y
Ptublica 1 6
Grupo "C" (1)
PequenfaW Indus-
trias tapiceria 1 5
Fibras. tejidos y
hamacas 1 5
Carpinteria y Eba-
nisteria 1 5
Avicultura 1 5
Confeccl6n de Al-
pargatua y sps-
too baratos 1 B5
Preparaci6n de te-
Jas y ladrillos de
barro 1 6
Grupo "D" (2)

Organiza c 16 n de
Cooperatlvas 1
Relaciones Fami-
llares 1
Nutrlci6n y Conser-
servacl6n de Ali-
mentos 1
Mejoramlento de la
Vivienda 1
Mejoramlento del
vestido sastre-
ila 1
Educkci6n de Ado-
lescentes v Adul-
tos l


6 ...

Grupo "E" (1)

Crganiza e 16 n de
Actlvldades re-
creativas 1 5
Oultarra y otros
instrumentos 1 5
Deportes y Juegos
Organlzados 1 5
Cantos y Coros 1 I
Cada afo los alumnos : Ins-
t;tuto de Verano tomaran ob9t4
gRtorlamente un minimo de unA.

)rmal r
,f ,,..n o. --*"g

ti vlu b _1i
Ph3 .-*- *I 1

vtte(Q maestros quo
tengasolliea -ma acs de ser-
Iicl .o46 un romedlo de calf-
ficacIt Bno = or de 4 s6lo es-
tan w~Pa3 i. tomar cinco ho-
ras de d ate'. -
Artie g-Para raduarse
en el t de erano serA

1) Quo q; Interesado haysa a-
probado to4oe lo Cursos del
Orupo "AW" saO del "B". uno del
"C". dos del "D" 3 ne *m'".
2) Haber hcft.O tca do-
crente durante seta (6) semanas
en la Damostraci6n
del Institute oJo po de a-
cuerdo cad lo tuado en el
ParAgrafo .d"tlmiouo interior.
Articu -.L-. elin deo en-r-
caminar .IlFJor'se. actlvidades
.del InUtwi de Verino. Is 1-
reccl6n General. de Bducaci6n
determinar A on prlnclploa direc-
tivos que srvlrin do fundamen-
tc a los program tl Instltuto.
Lus protesares tendaiWlibertad
de desarrollar el program co-
rreapondlmte, siqmnire aue este
quede entmareade dentro de las
base que Is hayan Jljado la Dl-
reccl6n General deo d4ucacl6n y
cud ge conuulte y garantice en su
desarrollo las nedeadades, las
experienclaa y el Interds de los
aiumaoo y de la educacl6n pri-
Artculo 2L-La Direccl6n del
Institute de Verano organlzarA
un Ciclo de Charlas semanalei
sobre Oilentacl6n Metodol6gicas
v Admhilatrativa para los es-
tudiantes que conoupan Dor pri-
mera Vez1 Intuto. Tambifn
urganl1tr CIO- de Conferen-
clse sobre cualquier material que
a JuiclO de la I ireccl6n a del
Minlsterlo de Educacl6n contri-
buya al majoramlento del maes-
(ro y de au comunidad. Estas
conferencias podrAn ser pags-
das del t ndo de matricula, pre-
via aprobacl6n de la Direcci6n
General de Educacl6n.
Articulo 23.-El Instituto de
Verano 8alo reconocerA los Cur-.
bOs aprobados en otras Instltu-
clones cuando estbs sean equl-
vilentes a los que flRuran en sus
Articulo 24.-Antes dq termi-
nar el perlodo lectivo del Insti-
tuto de Verano cada alumno,
gulado por el Profesor Conse-
jero, selecclona~t las ailRnatu-
ras quo tomaki durnnte el pe-
riodo lectivo del lab silulente.
l a inacltpln doefulva se ha-
ti Ul) ,m conoo4deidos resul-
SA41s. 0 eximenoe finales y
16hfinal que el alum-
no Wtenldo.
S- -.--Al preparar el ho-
a alumno tendra cul-
de incluir en 61 asilnata-
.do los distintos grupo. to-
o en eueinta, aslmismo, lo
ecido eael articulo nume-
de esateyecreto.
culo 25.-El Director del
ttuto de Verano escogeri
t atio los alumnos que servi-
a las funclones de monitors
in los Internados. El numero
de monitores sera a raz6n de u-
ti "por cada 80 estudiantes.
Paragrafo.-Los alumnos mo-
fcuores tendrAn derecho a all-
e"ntacl6n v alojamilento, pero
Sagaran derecho de matricula.
.,,rticulo 26.-La designasofn

plMn se tomarA en cuenta pars
la ota de apreciacl6n, los tra-
J oa escritos presentados por el
uhmus: .cau M e IwagUI de las
tnvestlgaciones slgnadas por los
Frofesores, y efectuadas por los
alumnoa durante las I es geama-
nas del CbMtao. Vrman. '
Articulo 29.-La evaluacl6n de
Ics Curios aprobados o reconoci-
dos coo anteloridad al presents
Decretb, s.r& de acuerdo con
Un tenclas que
re, oneral
aeJi. =.
L.E. tinteo de
Cu .M riodo leWtivo sera
cie t y el mAxlo de o y
seo3n! enr -'".t d
Pr tomar mAw ie ematro
Cu :. los alumnos que ne-
cesltan h'te sla-s CW oa para

Mx dfo mt
nos de trees

tro de nmeflanza Primaria. '
Artlculo 32.-Qued doad
Loda il il6n aridAn
ria a lo estableetfo en *I 9 4
te Decreto.
Comun ape,: y pkig .
Dado en la cludad'd6Ei1Pa, .
las 13 dial del mes de tebrer
do mil noveolentos clncuenta y
uno. -
Arnulfo Arias.

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discretatmentst oma on mu
otbai, R El 'R-OU.X O IL
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o6mo ou oabello reoupera el
color primitive, mAfs uns.
bellona .y lustrosidad In.
comparable su preo.
oupaol6n a oconvertirA en
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Poass"o par aIs cimar so encuentra en anin de osu apre-
elatd marina Srts. Gladys Tempons. Is popular novena 'Te-
16forto No. ", que milita en las Ligai Interna de Soft y Base-
balf de la empress Fuersa y Luas. Este eqlpo mse encuentra
empatado en la primers posilci6n de ambas ligas con los
conjuntos Distribuci6n y Oficina GraL.

esentamo ean esta fotografla a is poderosa novera 'Distrl-"
en" de is Ligsa Internsi de Base y Softball de la emprea
Fuerza y Lus y quien march a la eabess de ambas igas.
Posan pars la cimars con su simpities madrtsa Srta.'Argen-
tins Vasquez, quien les estA dando much suerte.

Detalla Su Part I cipacion En

El Deporte La De Cicismo

Pars su publlcacl6n blens re-4
cibldo i asigulente carts:
Apartado 1402
PanamA, R.P.
15 de febrero de 1951.

S-. Manuel Roy
Director del Departamento
Educacl6n Fisica;
Zstimado Don Manuel:
Despues de saludarle muy res-
petuosamente, queremos hacerle
referenda a la queja envlada a
Ud. con fecha de 30 de enero pr6-
ximo pasado, con firms de ciclls-
tas desontentos, y comunlcarle
lo sifuiente:
La Comiasin Nacional de Ciclis-
mo conduce sus sesaones de una
manera dem6crata. Es decr, ca-
da Club de ciclistas tiene un re-
, presentante en su seno. ademis
un suplente, y uno de ellos toma
part en los debates, discutiendo
cada problems, para luego apro-
bar o deaprobar por una mayo-
ria de v0tos. Entonces, ai alguna
actitud tomada por la Comril6n
ea arbitraria, es reconsiderada
per la mayoria de los rmismos
miembros de la Comisl6n y los re-
presentantes de los clubes reu-
midos en seal6n conjunts.
Los seleccionados en 1946.0, quie-
nes compltleron en Barranquilla.
Colombia, fueron escogidos por el
Entrenador Oficial y ratificado
a elecci6n por ]a Comisl6n. La
selecclon escgfda en 1949 para
las Olimpladas en Guatemala. fue
tambien obra del Entrenador Of-
cial otra vez ratlflcada por la
Com i6n.
Despuas de los Juegos de 1950.
Boastros recibimos una invitacl6n
de La Guayana Inglesa pars
mandar un cicllsta a participar
on sus Juegos. La Comislon pen-
86 que no era correct mandar
un competitor y pidl6 permlso
pars enviar a dos. basado en me-
rits 'e condiciones flalcas de
los clelistas. y nosotros escogl-
mos y mandamos a Oscar Layne
y Emilio Gonzalez. qulenes no so-
lamente deJaron blen sentado el
nombre de nuestra querida pa-
tria en La Ouayana. sino tam-
bln inel del cclismo en la Isla de
Mis tarde, en el 'mismo aflo
recibimos otra nvitacin par


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enviar un equipo a Mojlco pars
partIcipar en la Carrera "Vuelta
de MejIco". La Comisl6n nombro
al sefor Antonio Damlkn como
entrenador y Ml orepar6 a los ci-
clistas y escogto a los scores Emi-
lao Gonzalez, Ricardo Callendo,
Carlos Thompson y Virgillo Do-
nado despues de un rigido entree -
namlento. La Comision ratlflc6
la selecciOn del entrenador.


El Indiscutible

crack sern gulado

por Bias Aguirre

-Por REDM E -'
Los campeones de la platas
enfrentan psata tarde Os eol
-principal: evento de 4 cartl
hlica -dominica, Reaprece es
esl orr- m 41' -i dIcu able
rasll. doe a Cou
10oa6l..en- L Ca r eb0tr pp ..
Tanque Aguivte oy nen unA'V" 4
nacl6n ,-de I li '. *."-

lfg calo. re1l
-tratarAn de L cam-

muy reid. yn i tlrei
rn Beotim -t

El magnifico potro del Can-
tagallo Begonia es nuestro e a
cogido pars imponerse. No oba-
tante tendri adversaries como
Full y Fair Chance que muy
blen pueden imponer flora reo-
slaitencia a sus pretenclones.
He aqui nuestros pron6aticoa1.
1-DuulaeRG etaoin etaoln. -
la. carrera Dulce y Sabrosa
La Suerte.
2a. carrera Stglia Batin.
Sa. Carrera Fangio Coatina
4a carrera Resorte Tana
Ba. carrera Royal Coup Ave-
nue Road.
6a. carrera Cogftac Alto Ale-
7a. carrera Parag6n Own Po- -
8a. carerra Golden Triumph I
ga. carrera Begonia Fair Chap- S
30a. carrera Fonseca Gold@n
lla. carrera Opex Recodo.

Se pide celebrar
los proximos Juegos
Panamer. en Ohio
COLUMBUS, Ohio, Feb. 17
El Alcalde James A. Rhodes in-
vit6 al Congreso Panamericano
a. celebrar los segundos Juegos
Panamericanos en eata eludad
en 1954.
Rhodes dijo que trat6 la posi-
bllldad de celebrar lox Juegos
Panamericanos en Columbus
cuando estuvo en Londres en
1948 y habl6 del asunto con el
Congress Panamericano. Dijo
que entendia que ase estudlaba
!a posibUlidad de selecclonar a
Columbus o Nueva Orleans pa-
rs alos pr6ximos juegos.

Movimientodelas Grandes Ligas

Con la firma del lanzador
Johnny Schmltz, los Cachorros
ya tienen firmados a 26 de sus
jugadores listos para comenzar
las pra:tlcas.
Jack Dittner gud el pasado
defendi6 ]a segnda base del
Denver y bate ,.373 firm con
Con los Medlas Rojas firma-
ron los novatos lanzadores Wi-
lliams Evans y John Hartsell
y el defensor del cuadro Mel
Hoderlein. Ademis el Jardinero
regular Tom Wright.
La primer base Hank Arft
firm6 con los Carmelltas.
Con los Atlitlcos que ya tie-
neh 25 contratos firmados
cumplieron el requisite el lan-
zador Bob Hooper y el torpede-
ro Eddie Joost.

Once ugadores de los Piratas
devolvieron al Gerente General
Branch Rickey sus contratos
sin firmar no satisfeehos con
los salariaos ofrecidos.
La Oerencia de los Piratas,
una de la mAs generosas en


es premiado por

la Polida de E. U.

NUEVA YORK, Feb. 17 (UP)
-El comisionado de la Policia
Thomas Murphy. entreg6 un
permlso por su honradez y coo-
peracl6n con las autorMades, al
atleta de color del Manhattan
del Coleglo Junlus Kellogg, per
haber denunciado a los tahu-
res de que as vendlers y en-
tregara un partldo de balon-
cesto Universltarlo en el Ma-
dison Square Garden. Su de-o.
nuncia motlv6 la detenci6n de
vatioa apostadores profeslonales
entire ellosa dos atletas quo ha-
blan formado part del equipo
de Manhattan on aflao anterlo-
res. Todos estan procesados
por tentative de soborno,

las mayors antes de Branch
Rickey, tiene firmado a solo
cinco entire ellos a Ralph Ki-
nor uu jardinero de 75 mil d6-
lares y la mis brillante estre-
Ila de la novena. Los deacon-
tentos son Bob Dillinger, ad-
quirlido do los Atldticos, Viec
Lombardi, Murra y Dickson,
Cliff Chambers, Clyde McCo-
Iloughm, Eddie Fitzgerald, Pe-
te Castigolane, Sten Rojek,
Jack Phillips, Danny Murtaugh
y Wally Westlake.

SAN LUIS, Feb. (UP)-Fred
Saigh, propletario de los Car-
denales dujo que esata cansando
que sus jugadores disgustados
"treten de presionarnie pr los
peri6dico". Dijo que habia tra-
tido do kesolver amismtosanen-
to las -ouptiones-de -los sala-
rios porque "he aido goneroso
antes y estoy dispv 'i 'a vol-
ver a serlo at la I -1ln de
los Jugadoresa y l tncia
del public justifica.. aa ge-


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AN"L CARDIACO-Mpbgehta faniton jue bltere gran favorite aI ,lemplar bigl6 Phoebus
Apefto hufrieron enorSiminte coun e dtcho equlne.ttavo qua luchar en lw tinales pars ven-
er a Espartane. El arato fotogrifleC rNgistr6 eSte final v fue diclarado veneedor Phoe-
bus Apollo.,

be inaugura hoy liga de

Baseball de San Carlos
a --

HIy tendra lugar la InauSu-
rac noie la Liga' Dintrittrial
de baseball de Ban CarloS. Con-
tribuirin a la verificacion de
epte torneo los entuaiastas mu-
chachos locales y del Valle de
Ant6n. Pars eate efecto 1e han
formado cuatro novenas las que
'esponden a los nombres de
Cardenaes, -Mayor Flows, El
Valle y Federleo Carrammus
Los integrantes del primero
son: Abdiel Ricord- (director)
SebastiAn Aguiler., Marcos Car-
vallo, Joe. Ortega. Agustin
Cherigo, Ferdih de la Cruz, Ra-
miro Barahona, Reinaldo Po-
lastre, Raul Villa, Francslaco
Hidalgo. Ezeqidlel Urrutia, Denis
de la Cruz, Miceno Higuero Jr.
Cacillo Ricord.
El segundo lo forman: Be-
bastian Payes y Abelardo de
Oracia (directorest. Mario Pa-
redes, Harmodio Testa, Alvaro
Testa, Rodrigo Testa, Harmodio
Visuette, Edy Flores, Fernando
Torres, Carlos Lopez, Jose de la
Cruz, Chsar Samaniego, Hora-
cio K. Fills, Pastor FernAndez,
Chiqui L-pez, Kleth Holder y
Felix Moreno.

Los del tercer equlpo son:
Jesucristo Coronado, Harmodio
Sanchez. Manuel Bernal., erglo
Ligna, Abrahan All y otros.
Forman el 61timO: Federico
Carranza directorr Daniel Gre-
ce. Los Hermanos Mufeoz, An-
gel Ruiz. Carlos Herrera, Pepe
Olivares. etc.

E. I Hari

gano tomeo

i..erte de goff
SAN ANTCKIO, Texas Feb. ;7
IUPi-El veteran E. J. Harri-
son, derrot6 al oven Doug Ford
en dieciqcho hoyos, an el de-
Rempate del torneo, ablerto do
Golf, en Texas.

Hoy com o dia de Inaugura-
cl6n sera celebrado con dos par-
tidos, uno en sl maftina entire
Cardenales y El VaUlla y el otro
en ]a tarde entire 16m equipos
Mayor Flores y Federico Ca-
Lanzarn la primer bola del
partido el conocido' deportlata
y Ifombre piblico, 8r. Jose J.
Testa. ,



CHICAGO, Feb. (UP)-El Dr.
J. M. Houston, medico de la Co-
mlsl6n de Boxeo de Illinois Wbx-
mmin6 al campe6n welter, Ray
Robinson y al campe6n medio
Jake Lamotta y proclam6 quo
ambos estin en excelente eatS-
do fisico para la pelea que sos-
tendran el pr6ximo miircoles
por el campeonato mundial pe-
so medlo.

Evelyne Hall director y coach
del equipo olimpico femenino
de los Estados Unidos fbt nom-
brada director y coach del
equipo de atletas norteamerica-
nas qua participarAn en los
Juegos Panamericanos qua ase
celebrarin en Buenos Aires co-
menzando el 22 de Koviembre.
BOGOTA, Feb. (UP)-El gol-
fiata argentino Roberto Devl-
cenzo qua partil6 hoy martes per
evi6n hacia Mexico, ocup6 el
segundo puesto de la primers'
rueda de 18 hoyos de los 54 del
campeonato ablerto colombiana
con 73 puntos, mientras qua el
argentino Alberto Serra esta-
blecl6 nuevo record pars la
cancha del Club Lagartoo con
75 "golpes.
OREELOCH. Nueva Jersey,
(UP.-La casM de campo ea qu

Saigh se reflri6 a Howard Sus sentis t. no bajo par,
Polet, Enos Blaugihter, George 8r se aI ent iad.. d o ga
Munmer, Harry Breechen, Red Slnoetrie e v-,yrz e do d
Schoiendeat, Del Rice, y Tomy ha ds.H
Glavlano qua no estin satiafe- hizo esentieh Harriso
cos eon sun contratos do eate s il tererhm uehays
aflo. ganado dos veees,jp torneo,
en velhtlcuatro a- que a
Dio que no trela habria dl- viene celebrando. Ford fue aft-
ficultades con stan Musial clonado, hasts aflo pasado y
cuando Este regrese de su re- esta esola primer competen-
corrido por los campamentos cia important ert que ha to-
norteamericanos n Alemania. Iqado part.


2-BATAN Luck Ahead
3-FANGIO Costlna
4-Q. PATRICIA Muefico
5-ROYAL COUP Avenue Road
6-P. APOLLO The Bath Road
8-0. TRIUMPH B. Bound
9-BEOCLKIA (e) Fair Chance
10-4rTXKE TWO Golden Faith
11-RECODO opeM
Jerudy Joe Walcott as estbsa
entrMndo para su pelea el 7
deo. Me en .etroit por elsb-
tr je pesado con el came6n
fm fd Charles ase Inehdif
mletras este boxeador alatW-
zal2 en el ediflclo veclno eft
8u apoderado FIlix Bocebechb
y OUs ayudantes.
Las llamas destruyeron el
equipo de adiestramiento valo-,
rado en cinco mil d6lares de
propiedad de Walcott.

NUEVA YORK, Feb. (UP)--1
Jardinero Cliff Mapea y los lan-
madore Allie Reynolds .y Tom
Ferrick firmaron susac ontratos
pars la temporada que se aveci-
ns con los campeones loa Yan-
Con ellos dos asciende 'a 18
el nfimero de peloteros qu -hmn
firmado con la novena pero en-
tre los que no ban firmado fi-
guran jugadpres de Is toaa-de
los lanzadores Vie Rachl,-Tom-
my Byrne, y Joe Page el recep-
tor Yogi Berra, el jardinero -0-
no Woodling y el jugador- del
cuadro Billy Johnson.

dias Rojas anunclaron qq re-
cibleron el contrato finrm de
su receptor Werren "Buddy"
Rosar, quien en la temporada
pasada solo participo en 27 par-
tidos pero que con un prome-
dio de .298 al bate se ha con-
vertido en uno de los -princips.
lea contendlentes por, la posl-
cl6n que qued6 vacant al ven-
der la novena el contrato de
Birdie Tebbetts a los Indlos.
Los Mediau Rojas anufte1aro0l
que tamblin en recibide el
caontrato dYa lanzador -
Taylor. -

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au. u s wnaser ma usam a'usu=w.,Luan- aMV
a r n e d tb... E Dr d-Di,I
presestah t "e ut1 ~aro nueestro pau...
nadwr del-V Trneo Centroamericano v del Caribed
para que Sulsta A CmpeMnsto Panamericano de I
Pa1... l ortonlita d rtvo Jasper Cader. Ddi ne =m l
parM. el oanat futbolero prOximo... xibelente
o do pr lo doctors Nlcos"a, 'ABiot0 WI
dA,. VP tla, A. Malo y Q.e
zA on el Canieeonato Centroamericano... Lasef
Ivaldl',y Sara amires. son ias madrina des d dlp
Costa Rica 1 V Campeonaa... 4La lra "Ou n
A all'ettard6n ,pae tranmitir lo partldo dlM M p
natd de Futbol... Un relol eletrico se eat pensando lntalt
el Etadio Naloal par levar el tUempo de lo paldos ce -
americanas... PanaI no aisti -C4oncl.ta dArht de
Fut, on On s R3 -... Hay actuarAo i Lisa d .FuI tbal do-& o-
orsa, oI .tU r Insuguraol6n...
80 AL -K .41 *Etadio de La Matuna, de la poblacldn do
Is Ohonams, deemf a intereuanto Lisa nala de Softball...
E df prbferMA p insauurado do la jasta coew laeal
do trin. timar el Ron Istmefto y Durdn, quleneM
con el R'y slteo... Hy .jugaran. Pe.Drausndn, U
y ChopoiUtn, .puea del parlIds Le T y-Orwori& a
en s mo ecuadra... 'n la Liga Social de SoftaJ. el Camel vent
ce l Uaurielo per 10 a 8.
BOXO.-Una gran peles prometqn para ho en el M
Nasopal.h K Coolat o y Kid m vans... he anw *"
DepMai. VKid Chobolste n, viajaran a los f...
La con a o .eafd nortaemeurIas Gloria Jn TL
ha retad0 lUO de indole peeuniarlo... L e Jafl
mn MMndwe, tWN Estenos y v s ft ".Wseo*
lonecse, d A bque no tienn n A I..
an ChicasgoSt ar Ray Robinsoe M eclhhtjt
Mundli pdolo fljlso atnaeueata%
ta llevar f, cabo Te/iS de asouWort&
iudas e1 A d oSt .ot ,, L
SVARI-no ertojl e rc b el =tronno dep w I19
ningp croenists ia t nrAntla tdmotive en o f urusdeler7e-
gsb Psanameoianos. Ju.. Lad tatutt er ao Altm
Lucha fueron aprobadbs con loa miembroe'de la DlMtva MODO
ret A. Aldrete, C. Luscando, L. Friedman y A. Mmwml... 'Lo el.
clitsl panamefos Caliendo y CO .. uearon Ma novedI a a&
J e, C.R..... El ifter Arturo Illueca, Prldenta do etMa
d Nacional t de saseball Amateur, -s nembmdo a rtac b* tI
Delegaci6n de Costa Rica al V Campeonato..., MExiCo dotUm
220.000 peso pars traalado y estada en Buenos Aim, doe I M
miembros a los Iro. Juegos Panamertcanos... La Delo&el n
namefla a los Juegos Panamerleanos qus Irar'at fjtl i IiInea
40 miembros... de Brasl no concurrir a lode upgos Pleaure -
nos por falta de fondos... MI prdximo mi e rolesrg paerad
en clrculaci6n las ustampillu Pro-ducacin nMIM... La edud
de Houston, Estado de Texas, ae ofrece comp ede a
Panamericanos de 193... De paso hoel wSuelos r V
ron la mleabros do la Delegacl6n Deportlivs SalTvadorefla y c
el Aeropuerto de Tocumen, grupo de deportistas le presohtara.
el cordial saludo a los visitantes... X1 -oflor OGeorge Maduro, do-
n6 vestidos para baflos "Jantsen" a loe nadadore pasnmed
que van a los Juego Panamerieanos...

Kid Evans y Chocolate

II pelean esti noe

en el gimnasio nal.

-Por DARKINS- los Pesao lv as doel Ista ^
Esta noche soe pesentara en 4ste., omh. auatart de 10
el gimnalo aMeonal la gran saua t omBn Oto de o s
pelea esperads por la fanatica- Uibram. A maagUifie
da cuando se batn on reor a afcos&pa naes y eo ea
alea Chocolat6 II de la Costs cual an pm t a eto- San.
Atlintc y, 0d aosaq 4* tA tieburY Y Jaby HwkIMs.
eludad capital on peles de re- Cmplotaed I. rrimftsa e
vancha y Ollminatoria parsa 6s, media f atUI t Ueudro .rt-
roger los futures rivals o la i to-a. :.doo Am lad .yAac
dsiput. pOn la.-supromsacl de Kid tate al Patrol ,

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oras ho- t im wstsIm pongreo Ing. Norberto Navarro, vice- sWtos casos. CompletrWta..i
ikbrA l 61 o mw5u centro- preqldents, ta Lue Ardlnei, e W nlemlbro. del Congreso TUdio,
a.geh 1a o dnIs cretario; eto cargoas uatin de- un Delegado y un Aaesor Tdc-
Ia. Be h w -I ngndoes de acuerdo con loa nice por cada pase Integrant
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a Sgt ea t i camd o50
e s. N.lot de a tem-
.. Oaafrecido n la ma-
." hpoy ei Mel cam de
fto lta, cuando invain el
o *w'loe t el campeuiuo 1
"do ea tian-
boy e e p Ge/
diamante lo g uipoa Pollcia
ca y CameL. E Camel ha

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lDespud de vardlo mese de re-
.0oa en dl.pubiea.cl6n de eats co-
lumna, volvemo hoy nuevamen-
tea eolaborar en la causs futbo-
Itattic. Y cn o ea natural, nues-
tra priner ldmentario as o endo-

ca ses tendri oportunidad de

ntendo en tro an potde n-
clalidad de rm .mandflcoa once-
mnos.qucanoma n a maa oei
tan mano laSran. In lei a tb-
me cemroamericanos exnte un
tutbotde u alta calldad, como
q ue-see depoe ae ha venldo
f mt awme e bga luats deus-

dos e op danf6s her:
b -uld itjU a tus-
..MIee tIt eusels p1rti0 de
,re -malandae cada una de
a_ e9 Id.uendoaIs de a18 mai
2ramuid les a Mc .hay dud.,
pues, quea afl n lo.l s hrn-
tan m a needu .-I
'us muctes de la eomla-Da-
j toape*es etroamertcana...M
: BMIH (mon qe reconocer li crt-.
rUlst-O Prsden-ta Norberto Na-
varro-en ls eelebrsclhn de dieho
certamen, a que debldo a su In-
quebrantable abor due possible
conefaii r Jme fondosy la coneu-
GreU de verie patte herma-
*M. C e- forms NGavarrto ie
pava un asodlvldendo al depor-o
tque le brtd6 ua pi derue-
erg ica Qunt vieJo orato-
no no reeuWdas a este meeena
.el dport. aoe.sdo formldable.
mentae n lane. del "l de No-
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."(. f P.) ........... 1,0
M. (Cu) ..............
.(DA). ... ........ .... 6 A

V/alenia 3. (Oh) ........... t,.- 1 2,6 1
(IBM). .... :.

S emoa A. (0) ...........a.. 2 0 3 5
MatUa (0G)- i...... .....:,

S o, onles C(. (CD) ............ 4 0 10
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S feonsile (1O ) ............. 4 1.0o0
Larinaz (c. ) ...........,. 1 4 0 1.000
OtMelo Uia (P) ................. 0 1.00
Iotiet-.. (OS) ................ 1.000
Ortega A. () .................. .33 .
P6 14i IMo "(P) .................. 1 0 1.000 I
Ramma R. (o8) ............... 1 .0 1.000 I
Valemala RI. (Cb) -............ 5 1 .833 1Ji'
Roales A. (P) ............... 1 .760
Herundes C. (1) .............. 3 3 .500-
Gonsiles C. (0) ............... I
Melpdes C. (CD) ............. .500
Tuft6n M (C) ............... .0
S alain -D. (C) ................ 1 1 .500
m eta D, (0) .................. 1 1 .500
Pge J. L. (P) ....... ...... ..I 1 .500
1 C Jto A. () ............ 1 1 .500 to
culr nm. H. (Ch) ...j........ 1 1 .500 Ia
Mart (Ch) ............... 1 1 .500
n. 0nDa P. (0) .............. 1 1 .500
M %R 13 ..). .... ....... .33 m
S, PT. (Cap.) ..... ..... .. .. .., 1 2 33 If
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/ Raro. A. () ... .......... ..1 .30 ied
= PuL (Ch) .............. 000
W/ Me-a (D) ................ o .0oo d
Ceballom P. (0) ................ 0 .000 46
Los meJorea regularly al campo en Jl Provinoial: a]
Nembes PO. A. E TCh. PetJs.
Ramos R. (08) ........ ...s. 53 8 1 4
Urefla F. (C) ............... 68 16 3 87 .M fta
Herrems P. (dlF)'............. 71 25 100 .940o ,
Nombret PO. A. E TCh. PetJ. da
Urefia J. (C) ............. 85 4 0 3 1.00
ribrega H. (CD) ............ 11 15 2 108 .a81
Thelem A. (Ch) ............82 2 8 7 .977
NoTbr ) PO. A. E TCh. Pctjs. do
TeJad H. (C0) .............. 29 26 3 57 .965 ce
Muroill J.. del C. B) ........ 22 25 5 51 .N2 ,
N' mre PO. A. 3 TCh. Petit. d
CumberataPh L. .(P) ....... 10 13 1 34 .m71
Moln A,-. (CD) ........... 11 15 2 8 .8

Nombree PO. A. TCh. Petjs. in
Mar eal H (08) ............. 16 23 3 47 .036 P
Banjur L- (P) .............. 16 2 5 47 .8
NHauadou E. (CD) .......... 17 15 10 78 .872 cl
Al bate Marimal y Sanjur eatin ad: ph
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Sanjur L P) .............. 39 0 11 13 2 2 ri
Maniacal (08) .............. 32 4 6 3 .188 Ire
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Vatr s wn dnadus

d.c e..campeonato de ftbol

Valtoio. y bells trofeo, y nal, Joyeria Tahiti, Mauriclo,
prm .t7ene ya el Comiti Or- etc. Bl -4 aitd Organizador do-
"u4W U Gdel V Campeonato nar medallas a todos los ju-
Centia lamo _y del Caribe gadorea del equipo campe6n a i
de Futbol patra I equipos fl- come tambin a loe componen-
naallstas, o l cosjmnto quo gone tea del oi eno suboampeon.
wko pard e, el queo ofrezca El equipo campe6n obtendri
mej"re preeentaclones, para la vUossaa copa Calder6n Guar-
Jpa. Jusridwadest4.adoe, mayor dia, quoe e juega en.cada Cam-
gpmleor,4 it t peonsto, tent6ndola actualmen-
Untre 1o trotfee que tiene te el equipo de Costa Rica.
dicho Comt sme encuentran los Otras cam comerciales han
aue ban donado la Caja de prometido dohar un trofeo a
Ahbrrs .hW y TOrre, .Nove- la Competencta, ye s poaible
,dadeas u ..pva.niaeC6n, Jo- que en cads partldo se dispute
yerfa Ditrani, Cerveceria Naclo- una copa.

Calendarlo de la Lga dn Base Darl6n

Domingo 18 Prente Patri6tico
vs Eipnlo-M. Arosemena va
uab s de oro rvs

Mi6rcole 31 Frente Patri6tico
vs M. Arosemens.
Jhaves 22 Novato vI ubplno.
fAbado 24 Frento Patrl6tico
va'Ipla de Oro.
Domingo 25 Novats vs-M U:
Arewemena Espino vs Frente
Martea 27 Bola de Oro vs M.
Mitrcoles 28 Frente Patri6tl-
co va T oaatoo.
.Tuove. M Arosemna va
Kiado 8 Bola de Oro va No-'
Domingo 4 Mariano Aroseme-
na vi Frente Patr.6tlco.-fbino
.va Bola de Oro. I
Martea 6 Mariano Arosemena
va Novatox. e
Midemoles 7 Frente Patli6tico
vs Bola de Oro.
Jueves 8 Mariano Aroqemena
vi Bspino
mBbado 10 Bola de Oro va
Domingo 11 Espino v PFrente
Patrl6tico-Mariano Aroemenas
va Bola le Bola.
Martes 13 Novatoa va Espino
Miercoles 14 Mariand Arose-
mena va Frante 6tril6 o .

Jueveb 15 Bola de Oro va
8abado 17 Novatou ve Maria-
no Atotemens.
Domingo 18 Espino Vs Bula
de Oro-Novatoe ve Frente
MarteN 20 Espino vs Mariano
Mlrcole '21 Frente Patri6tico
ve Novatos.
Jueves 22 Bola de Oro va
Mariano Arosemena.
8tbado 24 Frente Patri6tico
vs Tapino.
Domingo 25 Novatos vs Bola
de Oro-Frente Patrl6tico va
Mariano Arosomena.
Martos 27 Hepino ve Noato.
Midrcoles 28 Bola de Oro vs
Prente Patrl6tico
Jueves 29 Kovatos vs Bola de
SSiabado 31 Frente Patrl6tico
va Espino.
Domingo 1 M. Arosemena va
Novato--Bola de Oroyvg Es-
Martes 3 Frente Patri6tico
vs Mariano Arosemena
Mircoles 4 Espino va Novatoa
Jueves 5 Bola de Oro vi
Frente Patri6tico.
Sabado 7 Espino vs Mariano
Domingo 8 Npvates vs Frente
Patri6tico-Maitano Arosemena
vs Bola de Oro.

LUega Hoy La D

Costa Rica Al

La SecretarIa del .omit Or-
mnipadoar del V _'Campeoato
Costro anericano Y del Carte
ha reclblde la lnaprlpcl6n de I
Daleqaclp Deportiva de OCate
Rica, gQil Uegs hoy a nutteta
1-4oa6 3. Men o Ivanowych*
2-4Rt%1go Carmons Ber
3--gar quesada TanalMdla
4-JmalmE Mesu Ivineovich
-Ja .o Me 8ndesd L6pe
6-Honr i Rojas Viliulobos
7-Eduardo Mel6ndes Morales
S-4tibai Varels L6pez
s--Rend Muflos Salazar
2--Obar Banchez Villalobos

Se juega torneo
de odedrez en el
YMCA de Crist6bal
Ia v dia viemre0. ido febrero, tuv
lugr en elY.M.CA. de OrIobal
un partido de ajedre entre;Pt-
nam y Col al UIegar a eta cWtu-
dad t grpo del "Pacifl Chems
Club" y atro Club de Ajedrex de lai
Socledad Cubana.
El equipdo de Is Socedad Cuba-
na "e apu tries victorias contra
trees derrotaM en el Juego oateni-
do oon el equipo de Col6n. .l
equipo de ociedad Cubans ea-
tab reapsentado por O. Hugers,
A. Huglae, Davld R~emo. DidnXo
Orlmndo, N. Santacolonm s By7
lom6n Barraa.
I equlpo del Pacific Chess
Club, r te0 ente oro nlzoeld
demetro6 eu deitreu en el YMCA
de Colon cuando cast teodol O
la excepcl6n de un Jugador, Ino-
taron victorias sobre el formi-
dable equlpo de Col6n.
Eate fue el seaundo encuentro
en el que el Pacific Chess Club
tom6 part. El primer tuvo lu-
gar en lot salones de la Sociedad
Cubana .en Panami, el vierne 26
de enero.
W. Thornton y J. Barnes del
Balboa YMCA ugaron con ,el
Pacific Cubh Club en el enauet
tro de Col6n. El Pacific Che
Club fuE repreaehtado por Ped
Valdes, A. R. Williami Adom
Holder, Cuthbert BDotI, Verl
Jones;e, J. M. lorde yi. Ane
son .... -
LoJ Jugadoresa por Col ta-
ron: E. 0. Hauke, Maro ed I,
A. Raffo, A. Williams, A. M.7Lva-
rado, Ramdn Villacres, Dario
GOonzs1e Armando Campa, Er-
nesto Ruis y Joe Oros.
Un tercer encuentro tendria lu-
gar en el YMCA de Balboa el vier-
ne. 23 de febrero. Pars ma- deta-
Iles diridas6e a H. M. Weeks del
Balboa YMCA, a L. Llewellyn en
Pacific Clubhouse, o a Davis del
YMCA de Cristobal.

Iele4acion De

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de SANSON antes de las comidas
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laea n eno. 7 o. p.tdo oe-
on 'etar eh'el bu-dr. media
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'dpicos Deporfivos

ul cqngs gongaluadsr del V
mpionto de-Foot, 1iabora In-
magmsti pot prentar un
ntclient l digno de tere,
n todoes xn apectos. A
e que Sta encalms, su aper
e pwparativoa van blent iae-
lnados y ojali, no haya nln-
in tropleso.
atapend s idea, d cro-
i tadepor vo a Juper Crter,
a de'conVocar a IM hacidacio-
e deptS, de A da-cluda-

S Ct t e muha o rteao y
acil des a lo'Ioi o ponentes
el c npeonatoe b.bolero, es les
atan de c--e uIr, con los
npreariMg de A.fiu, la entra-
U ibre, iunqcue man, par al-
unas tMonea, que dede lue-
io rai-tn 1 4to eoopperativo, en
r6 e i ea deported. -
La instalaclrn- de un tablero
notador prmante, pars to-
s loe plg tdo de. belomolh
ntroaerleano; us etA con-
i*'nab;, por Intermedlo del
Probablemmte est i dotado
[a Iuminel6t y e estudga la
ejor pdwol6 -del mismeo.
Glori a ThoaMon, sla dams
SeadOra norteame.ali as,. aue
preest6 en 'thibleln, ante
aflodlAn anaeSfia, est dis-
uenta a preanar reelamo de
idol pemunsla l.: lea.mflortes,
ule Ie p'fet n haierla pe-
ar, en el adrtero, no eum-
gen con, lo roito.
VerenMO omo e la arsregla
in, para qu Gloria no lea
sulte un aerio problems afue-
Sdel ring.

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11-Rafael Rodrguez s iquea
X 'I-Caudio 81eBI N _- ,
11-Bdgar Alvarado -
4-14-Lu Angel. Umaft n
4Is--ladlo nequlel IEr .
I-Slirco A. Ovyrese VY s
.7-'dgr 8OU T& Lolsa .
18-Amado Calvo Veils i
19-Mario Ruib Dolt a
20-Merlberto. Molint i
21-Mario Oarita O&G t. -
22-Udell W. JImne A
Miguel A. Pintoja Blanco, Jeff
Ovidlo O6mes Quir6s Delegado
ante el 0onsejo T6cnico.
Ismael Quesada Orozco, antre-
Juan Rafael Navarro Fermn-
des, Arbitro.

Softball de la

Fuerza y Luz
(Por A. A. PINZON)
For A. A. PINZON .
La popular novena iinaa
leectrlcas,reaparece hoy d In-
gp, a las l a.m. a cumplir d 4 so-
tfie comprominso coaft a no-
Vausa gUmpalmadgeAVla n-
b n", n laonnu s
Inherent te Liga s dfljr-
mental doe BU Iball IquoE re,
sent la E mprefsa uea, i 1u4,
en udismane del COazfc-Der-
tvo de Paitilla.
Loe Rlotrieoe sin dudsa ganma,
lovadirna el cmdro coan. an-
tutlamno de tupar, y -
seourlo toldrAn que et re
a ondo y dar todo lo que tienen,
porque amboa rivals son euroe
de anar, a que son peatrroso
hasta en el ulgimo out fel par-
De modo que como los E6ctrl-
cos van con una tol mira, qua
no am otra, lno la sde Is victorias
pars poder Palr e6l a6tan am
que se encuentram, por endo,
gnar major cold* -on en la po-
ci6n de loa estado de los equli
Ppro e. eqmblo, tenemos a Ise

lnd quen us rivals do hoyTe
ena anu Unesa aw denot
l I del trtaa. .o..
Mentra que en eal egundo
compromteolog "DI t d4ildorew.
van con aed de venganas per Isa
amarga derrota quoe ufrieron a
manos de los*"Teleonlstas", fs-
perindose un gran partldo, tod
vez que quieren relivndicarse an-
te la afici6n; y lo mlamo quieren
demostrar los "Elhctricoa". que en
esta liga no hay rivals choice, cl


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M.eMpeimu Bbuur Jtiees. .. Autom 6vi. .iM namento.
M k.isCove sotsr pupa, SE. ALQUILA:--O s- ven le. C de oSE VENDE Buick 39. 2 lontes do SE A)UILA: Apartamente 1
*eBmlde, e .FoTmr e T esl < compol n Chorreri tEL CoOll)-Tel. reemrvo nueves, beteria nuev. AmapidefitiutA o final y cell 41
adr pore sll ots w ineed* :.3-0235, 5OZ5, B.150.00. Calle 33 No. 30 (Esqui-. Nip.r-ltems 3-0140.
ases.; esuclsedum. st.- no Justo Arosoemna).Am
Sl" le plue. SE VEi DE--En el Vaile -magififo no Js o A. LJ Aportamento. Do
I GLOS.ALl$. V Eh*e.- loeft bran satuado can service do SE VENDE Buick 1940. le so-cmedr. No. 15(
SJunFrotseTell., acuedud o, precio m6dieo, .-CQl- Coupl. Bilnos llnta y repl l dints. Acuda Foet V
l i. F Tel. ddes depo o Tel.-2-3248-sfne- radio. Precio base 8/450.00. e-** S Ui en mismo edificia.
11 .-- min. reno, tel. 3-2462, Avenida la. "0. ..
SE V4N69 Iricuiadora ol.cti. l -- 32. El Carmen. SEAL A-Apartomento do un
Ts..1 630 255 -.SE VEN E: Refresqlera Tt 32 E rodrae, sal camedor y coinr
.. ___Victoria. Paro Inrformes octatrVBHi; CeU. s.1. Pereaj' 14. Puede veor
SE ENIE: Madera usado n per- mismo. Avenida Central No. 193. r E obNECE TA d A. .Aseadr fion
fe 'r ndiciones. a prdaclMs sin e E V ., o peiv n I -m SE HOI Ulrny. .farmen toldfono 2-3181
..!: apiaza., en 1 %l 1.S- VEND N io prod i
2''r t.2 -2 x 8 4 x lugar cdntiitqT. ycomercial r.'no Dom6tlee i ALQILA Aparamento: 40o
4 .- 6 a x 8. PARIEES podern bttindr .pjrsonalnte In- reopks r sale, comedor. En pisl
.V c. LTDA. Ave. Pablo Arose- ftmotse oh el .Comisarlw Pana- SE NECESITA Una corguero can al o g porch. $75.00. Ocurre
ma .No. 10 y Dep6site. en Pao- 'mi, Cdlf.21 doe nero No.. 6. reforenciae. Coll Colombia y Call Ce h 48 No. 23, Apto. No. 1.
titll. CIll 12. Tels, 2338 y 3- S VENDE Casae complermnte 5 Apts. Mayfair, Apta. No, 4. L AN Dpart
3476; "" nuevo-de dot ipartambito.s de 2 SE NECESITA: Emplada series, nmy due recamormas a $50.0
SE Vi4E -- Un nogai -CoeH 18 recAmoroa coda uno, lots espciomo conmpeunt y coa buena reforen- $90 Ediflelo ALBERTINA, Ave
Es'E his 0 circa a V(i Espefla y Hotel Pono- cias, par oficiso de e nod n rt- do ni uedr y Mixico. Cuidedom
"__ mi. B.24;500, tine hipatmo. RO- rel, debe dermir on of employ. tio t laos ldves. Tornis rlu, Tel
SSE VOWiE-GorMge, pano., celente BERTO MAAIR. 2-1215. ra informed dirijaoe a d lle 49 No 2-1707.
sorido'' CalI 3- do Novwembre No. SEV19, Bella Vis. .
v5, i ,S. S" E VEN :E:-En vEl ,.Vellot c6. Ho-
'ey -r ,tel PeriP-AJwericano, modern o cho- IE NCIITA Impl|ead moyes g MISCtELANEA
Srrr let con dos ,redrru, plento .elkc 2s 5 sm. see .el pen ia I
"Jr 4 1" y I". Anftemi Aa- cia rbzonabtbe. Te. 3763.- 3sI. yegs hd le doi ',cos .
w Avlda lbbles v Csal 1 1 Mseta. itsls pi u t6pcnsicapo gra
l l SE VENDE :-Propiqdad cor. buonas te ~a. pmup, m t a.t
SE VtNDE:--M6quin de aire icon- gononciai, ieurc plhyi en'Siadliff SE NECESITA Empleada pera doe T el ; 276
dicionado. Call. 36, No. 6, Tel Acres, consisted en CUATRO APAR- personas, debe sob ao l o co- .'-r V-
3-0644. TAMENTOS C 0 MPLETAMENTE cina,. dormir an el empleo y tener
AMOBLADOS, y 3.500 metros de references. Call 5o. Caso 14. SE. VENDE
SE VENDE Equipo complete de terreno alto y nivelado, agua y
_Restquronte consistent en: Estulas. e!ectric.dod Noda mig 8.7,500. SE NECESITA: Persona que sopa fAlfeulo de (sas.
.Re.frigqerdoros, sills de luto. me- Liamar POSEY. Balboa 2698. cocnar. NO tiene qua dormir en
sis, juegos completes de vaoillos. el empleo, y uno empleado para SE VENDEN todos lob muebles y equi-
boterfas de cocina, etc., etc. Todo oficios de coa. tiene que dormir po de case par motive vioae Mnte-
in perfectas condiciones y a precio Recomonddm e inspeccionor y oarn- ,n el trabajo. Ave. Manuel Ms. rior. Coll* 45 No. 30. Telfon
muy razonable. Dirijose a Contina parer el modmrno. espcioso y 6- Icozo No. 26 3-1717.
"La Florida" Coll* "K" No. 6. made chekI doe r emai rs con _
02 bao0s etc. situodo an Cale 40. SE NECESITA Una buena empleo- SE VENDE: Borotisimo. Estante
SE VENDE:-Vidrios de 1-4 grueso Viset del Mer, No. 3. con cual- da con recomendac.6n para servi- pinadora, coma. colch6n Holly-
de 18 x 42 18 x 48 20 x quiera otra oferta. La comporo- coo de case Tiene que dormir an Ie wood, gemelas, cooba. spring, col-
50 y 24 X 60. MUEBLERIA LA ci6n as rse pero su resulted de empleo. Muy buen sueldo mensual. ch6n de resort, bicicleta. Tel. 3-
-COMPETIDORA. Calle 16 Oeste positive veler paro Ud. Wolff y Esquina Calle 49 y Colombia 2749.
47. Toelfono 2-3181. Cio. Calle 50, No. 22, Tel. 2- No. 11.
S2388. SE VENIE: Refrigerodora, radio,
SE NECESTA Fammilia Europea de 4 personas busco muebles, articulos do casa. bicicle-
SE NE ESITA srpleada con buenos referencias to. venta ripida. Casa 799-D, Bal-
e SE ALQUILA para los h'acres deo Io csa y qua boa. Tel. 2920. Balboa.
M Alge lre: Hociendose Ocurro Alexander, Son Froncsco, spring rInterno. juego de comeder.
tonte vondedlor en Ia Joyer;oa Ha-f e
wa. ve. Central 56 -E ALQUILA:--Locl comerciol, edi- Calle 13. case 21, Lunes despu6s una estufa Perfection kerosin. Sn
f. v. Cncio nuve, esquino Ave. Cuba. 4 m .M. Francisco, Ave. 6a. No. 12. Tel
c llo 15 da Febrro.i rndustries --------; 3-971._____
SE VENDE Panomeri cana. Tel. 3.1713. -nestar-
Botes y Motores SE ALQUILA:-Local para oficna ao ienetar- NoM lbraima entos se
ocltnca. nc Avenida B No 59 altos heeho de que ereemos ue ort nui9 9VwwuE l
SEVENDE--Motor fuera de borda; Acuda sucursal Sylvania en m.s- Ia Repblica de Panama a
7 1-2 H.P Martin "60" Como me ed;fic;o, ser m proper y menos de- hicleron hboy en
nuevo Barato Casa 8124-B. Mar- aenolenit e tires pas para "A
garita. SE ALQUILA:-Oflcnas paro Profe- *istealetao eoon6mles, ten ilSd
s.onoles y CompoaAlas. Baleo del qu e de, rrallar *su reeur a- el Goberno Nal.
Arzobispodo. Telefono 2-0319, de gricolas y pecuarlos, y diver-
a .. Aace- o a 12p a msifleer .y amentar mu capdaoLl- Secretarlo General de m a
S ALOUILA:-Locol pore oticin dad. productive. Noibtro"em". Presildencla, don Jo. Clemente
la itrmal qupe hablendo ira- s rr-l I Totro Central. s que el seter del pals Nat de Obaldia entreg6 -sta mafia-
Haao d. en p ars e fi.. so es a
casado s aM 0 n ..taautera i in. n t a a y ra na a Ia prensa los iguointes

a. ehendl11r,1r01 s a lo O aiclInales a ,na a iad n leta Jeuim o na
uVerno medn e1 r y1taledaulcuras i y ten n opssm de ai n eart am- nt""ns
O nood r1 u'a i o r -e 5 y ml0d l -w S N6mbrase a liTra Contrera.
nature a estbeatdo au. di- Smat soa y 'S. lerraalta deee t Po rimoawe GCtellp-
diendo hastea la fechs; c) ,en da U el on t lo-te i stcoe ra en Is Oflcina Central e i -
l decretp .i ror n erorradlad dU Prnmhidde ne- sai O tI rieos' 61 fl cestro nama. en Interinddl mientrM
tro que .hubierea ircaa eOn rh. 6te slo Curse do Varno Sllinaegeeambl sobeofira. dunr la lcecla coneadda a Ia
trer aslgnaturas no poiia vol- en David y aqui miaeo en P la ,E m" tres Idoa 8 m s, titular Elvira M. do Montane-

odto l xdunnadd s educa os r l uigreo s de Proto n la
ver a ingresas a los cftaoa de capital y ademda ya tiene e- rllresest spn t e Ctaim ltel- Egro.
Verano; medlante el articulo tablecidoa curso de ezHtena) t- L e.
11 del evo l nuev decreto a esato en Agluadulce. forest, ha side pare m m
Seetroas me lea da la oporLu.l- Tambin se reserve el Poder tlle o prvilei eo l tecl a us- Mintero e de Afelrlltar
-dad de regresar el afto msaiua.- Ejecutivo. el derecho de no ,i- tl Ar o de ro. Sol- Comerelo lndutrIas
to porque se consider que an brr comn Director del In'- matea puode a oefid rir qUO esp -
no recibirles, como era lo a- tuto a I\ persona que el ji:z- x S pod orear ides yoS n ,'s6mbrase i Sr .Tutn O6moez
I Pario pona on poderu flnid u Asistentei vacunldor on el1 f-
coutumbrad, se Ie cerraba el gue capaz para eate cago, pi- onte oberarD poel trgr ique Asistne vaRunador en el Ho
dnico camino abierto quo te- diendo ar o no el Directol ae us tedamo 1ure l Seo d olia a mento Agricola de Herre.a y
n an ellos para un mejoL.a- aI Fscels Normal la aIeramna tetle en de s. Los Santos en reemplazo del o
mlento profeasonal; do m& .E oescogida. Np es dits tamptco 'e* r. fior Ernesto J. Barrera, cuyo
nuevo decretoa te st-,blece,.Li. novedad eae duelva pueato diru- nombramlento 30 declara in-
ramente que ao6o podt di,..Ir que1 n Urqversldad de PsanaIa lubsistente.
Ia Eacudla PrActica, un prol- ha norbrado a los protela oes s Acal
sor en Educac n i el cual mcnii Sra. Otilia Tejeira 7 y rawi- dad hanestado dedicsadq a ra- Miistorip -lt'rolele4okM
tambrien raes e par Ia &p'c- Vaquez pra dirigir o cr- dr s dne t des- xtehs:
pracdlny prectica de los as- so de o David y Panam n irc :- rn eaes ialacibo ynnd p ao CLA
tudianteo; e l plan de eu- pectivaemenr te es dec eR. eants. rN vista d oto, N6mbrase a cb ,odrlgo
iia ha sido cfrtnervado en eI4 tor do la Unlersidad no os- Alcaldla del -DDiatritga en mu Wilson. Cancillor-. p4-flk
Seneralidad y ha meJorada e atn ea n Pane- campafia de lotilda, ha der- del Consulado 'Gone l F
uanto se l e ha agregado n -a oi upeorvl cando ficras cd.-adido acleur dea inami el vrares po 7, ar rt.'
ves a signaura de cars e En cusar E nto a ls expedl l6n de todas con tls tranaaiaones N6mbrase a o
prlctico tales comnio: tapIc.,a. diploma Ia tnlia lltltUcl.i. mque no supple la cabalidad las Carlos Reina y Ra ynes,
confeccl6n de iparlatas. L. naclonal que lxpide los d finaldes ducativas pae las Auxlare di Pr b
o practice deo anicultura, e maS es Ia Escuela Normal 50Y. n al i pOnee tue eatableci- ciudad e Colon, an rc pluol
vieultura y aliunsm-sotras ac- D. Arosemena", y de acuerdo da s]a radio, de los seficore Rat! F mrnndes,
S ividadeos d ecaricLer praccc. con el articulo 31 del nuevo J- abl Aremena, L C. Ale-
Bs .asignf!Ica que Aunque e ha creto, se conferlrci el diplu..a Le Ho QUI la circular: m in. Ricardo M. Arias .. Artu-
*tpedido un nuevo decreLo. de Maestro de Ensefaoinza Pra R1Comite Municipal de A- re F. deo a Guardia, Fernando
to no afecta en nacA los reqi- maria a ]os alumnos quo .xm- suntos Sociales. reunido en se- Eleta. Henry Simons Quir6a,
altos do graduacloa de los p- 1an con los roqulsitos oema-. sin receniten ab'd6 ecl paaobe- Marcog A. Moralesa Aitel/ Viii
: lumnos que a ycanenzaron ios blecidos: esto Implic muy cl- ma abre la influencia de los Lndo. Manuela CaWUb-i Re-
estudioE ramente quo los diplomas q'e program radial" previlloo on berto Endata y duarobo out-
cuerda con cl decreto mnteanr anisno valor quo en que tebleeo m odidas do control so-
terian quo tmaer dis boud r io alumn os rgultnes de l a bee mnoi s. de ead de crab- A
r bajado a inc horas cuando Ce ment2arn los rouldos que enemos en ezis en d-a:

di ifcacea dueat ra & Iauana Oy otras nvoelas do
Ia ol nuev'o de e tro he0,h' cevrlguactonus eon trods 1as. r- amor que bolos d a c ca uFcl t 0
doe trabajus do IIVOS'l f sobro el cable reelbido ayor do' truir ls prl pios do vrtud,

Sr un ano man par sa a IJt l rncone del palI. debe co n-
11 aprob o no am tlgr aluIS tRm.s R titur1e en A agencla oducat.-
nan eaten nuevo decreto el P- ,La. pmasel J a ie Rem S de mayor preplacin ry pre-
- S UtercHutlvon ame if rt tuSms, uWaoS, SumSmi, t' Y. convertlb potr decirlo
1e6o de CaauM lat"i mede de Noweuritt clAtt. 1 eUCy de ald, en el vehiculo inmaeule.:
fl Curs de'Vmo, todos oP a6-Ocai e4usf?,S 1 do do de oetodg 0a wonao Imintoz
*rte, a otrqe lugr-sc doe I elae .da uaa rairemor y diyewir y prInip1Wsq.lraul.
SDaida c a i4ts mid, Ch'i .r',s en el n o ml vene o AC 1t e do que ated
a f1ami, a t do drr a i s ,sI" I %2a *mte coopeWai do mantle patritid
ase tro s i s opor:un u do to -e bdo ISOl -- e e a esto .oen ne adoetivldo e mw" t4 !
"? mepor es aonta~e- two e7"da o traisu. No nado, me suacrfe muy atome"s y .
de l ralidad ne.c- p-r ng etal eg n MMt TEl l
S BO represent u'n SU,' th, u.sSt1" Ame.el VeSa nes i Te l. t
imnte puesto qe a" Acalde.


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COBREAD S, urrldos on La Mesa, es la sl- I mnoad. er a 1s tw mand
IUI U guiente: ollsutado VMU111do us -
de bronce y cromajas El dia 17 de enero del aio ptimero a pelear a) &Iusrito,
en curao se verfilc6 un baele, qulenset. a- CoAtt uce e dl
con motive de las fiestas pa- I c .sast bde..vai er a .Aittl
CORREAS DE tronales y, d sa r del local en e ,Oana. l-a pas momet
donce me Ilevaba a efecto1. eL to J.larp ",uP. l OS p
TRANSMISION sehor David JImdnez. mi padrd, d 1 i la ea A 403. 5
de lona y caueho ~ersona honorable y ajena des-o to pr.esCeaslOw ma
farras y querellas., fue sorpren- 16 o. a PVdtole 10=8 MtK
dido con un golpe, dado ,en I. lk'S J Siqe -
R A sombre y propinsdo por, Her-% rml1 11 11*T ftAl
Rnicard.A.s'n Vargs, hermno 'dl' -
SDputi Varu h1jo d,.
iAne dliia o en e
Call. 16 Este No. 4 bafleT erifl cado an eia
STel. 2-3335 Herni 3. Vargas y DaM h io

rife t ue provocada U con el d t e
nk-n .7J. Varges.... puev, lance To 4in is
Paeados uos di el nusfovlance.,0 nMhe r
V RIA DR do febrro, enuondtrAndoS taUe&o quel e p daoi e ie o p-
padre en Panama y estandoe o mi oddade a.. .
De Pulgada 'madre y yo ausentes doe il po- uome S..s
% blacidm, ml hermanito manar, p pts rlto verA used a wn

su" spte relate vera a e ,hlII
R 14 T deo ombre Jorgq J ae s, tnu aml pe1 yHeznns ti
e 1/16 e *usla Normal de Santiago, ar ade Iurd o, un ro ebo i ane.lvs c"a. Nv 4 '
r FAOICA Due t ncuentro con l herl S o!par el atie. m doae dela'pr- oTm a .. '.
M l D7 e s andoe al pedre, resuaendo enlo a qo, e elan con -.
IA AncNT IenA Senin j va t teTe ;n "li "ii atJ-co
lo demisode Pa informnadn, Ie.
ho, otG u ro en INAcla trslad -to n -f ucederoi do muy di

io V AS "C1 IS TAL". -r05o o d la lrofyuneagflo a tafMllt Wl 'dslmente e" 1s p -
Rio Abo 2154 .3 a enta manerr. Lo del correteo, "te dri quo _o br.rr
qero y un r easguloan ea aialmente, es algo quo -nue edvre
Almacin Caelleo "" #4 riz", egiin part policivo all de burdo, per k tslo. y port a!& ImrfonqL6. L o&u ss0i0
Tel. 2-1752 erte per 1 lngo el agent dio a t o nPlIrnble. kr va quo nun- Mrlrmr hn non
Fernando Vergra aal., ct- .tems ide peladg, pero t u q
1486. De esa anoer, on a no oopsumt euqber corn s q l
NEVERS Rtfranea, ml hermano manoc,. ..e'd '- .-.
Qgadp Ie grave ofensiva Infii tio Doy a used ila gracts por o 3 "e
Pere no quedaren &ali l- e0-a --qu lo de o usted, at ict, l: 1o m ta
&as, uVes el sdie dezca dock
VITRINA LICORERA, da algulnte, aprovoendO David Jimos Jr.
TE ETc EA, ce hechadog qu P Jore ,te o saA,
pema exteloresy mi herMano 'andab a, -3^o Alcalde del Distrito. t' 'is ra oq..
P or llano aled afloa e I- a eum rel a d -. -
ALABIR DERO b ,otro hermano del qugL !hi* -
*CHIFFONIER MODERNO putIdo Vargpasg amdo fr- erno aro a
con espejos exteriores. nando, al darse cuenta de .elo, No so s&a- Imn.ta,
sa116 en su carro a bujacal y, g petldlt a

r r nuesltro, tirandole atr- ONCURO A BECA s
"eNEVERASv"CRISTAL". u1ovlIo1 ,p r teyto de att- 11 declare exeztq de ka-con- qutok an Ge D-
LAVgo as que. fpelement, noMar p elan de proma no t- Oo
Ius, no obstante Is dealdIgua +dalded A Dee soia-elver-s pe.latr uelnero ""
M IIsfi tan grande de ,statura y peso iento la a mente laug p roe Uf
Fett AWR r licunandotVargascleda t amgear a loe compradores 1, Ig6Om i
MLEBLE GANAWO... de boxeador,gacept6l retO.nfm eclom de Is mercanc4ar4,14
dn' ruta deecd lo 'Estadoe U- Li' M* a. wnEL n11LO
MUEBLE ENTREGADO Fernando cayoy le-pVM a Jot- al rDeAB-O
el suelo, a lo que econvino atiesIbd er le a ueneaek ag i- a]
en gesto de sdiprema'ca&ballero- ateciden In congelacil5 a ,
sidad. De pies luego, esabla- -WI a ,
ALAMBRE DE PUAS ron nuevos golpes y. al aproxi-
marse @I poici y *
ZINC GALVANIZADO rlosam..mont6 enaMy sMink-io
2x6 y 2x8 fukPara Santiago. ,
ALAMBRE DE A tr'ues, ddel Conwrjoo +e-Ima*1ip
PUERO Diputado Vargae andando do
abaeio y mujors en nmJo,
ORAPAS de I pulgada1 eto6 a ams 5menar Seleodo, ir a Lw
prlqao nuestro, tirindole Ral- ACONCURSO AwlA."
CLAVOS--gems quo. felizmente, Sinar pu-
de I x 5 pulgadas do esquivar p queo no a 'inr nconcu uuoIn edludlead i p m iw Ji i srw nS.(4s) been

Antes do haeer us sompes
do eates articules, consute
muestrea preeies personal.

Abuacees Romen
Ave. Norfte No. 48i-

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De conformldad con lo que
establece el Art. 777 del C0d6-
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sti Richard Button, campe6n mundii de patines de hielo.

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sable per cualesquiera tratos que diehobo Roberto Rersets
haea en nuestro nombre o per suam alfuna que Ie sea pa.*

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Segun Informaclones obtenidas del repreentanto doe ete fa-
0", meos numero srgentino, seaor Antonio J. Nufiem, el DUO GALAN
ICASARES y su Director Musical AMERICO CAGGIANO, llegara
O io!jde Venezuela aproximadamente el 21 de los corrientes para de-
butar el 33 en a RADIO PANAMERICANA y en el Teatre Pre-
v idente. Asi. pues, muy pronto tendri oportunldad Panama do
aplaudir uno de los nimeros musicales argentino8 de mis fama
-.v de los que recorren America del Sur y America Central interpre-
l ando la canci6n popular argentina. Viene con el Duo GALAN
V CASARES el famoso bandoneonista y arreglista AMERICO OCA-
.4. OGGIANO, T aliosa elfra centre lo mejores ejecutantes de eete 4d-
.""fcic instrumento en la capital de la RepuibUlica del Plata. Kipe-
ramos que el DUO GALAN CASARES refrende en Panama la
cadena de oxzitoi que traa en "ia actualidad per "Todas lai Ru-
'ta do America".
He aqui la opinion autorizada de Mundo Radial de Caracas,
s bre el DUO GALAN CASARES: "Uno de los majors valeres ar-
tisticos quoe utimamente ban visitade a Venezuela, ea sin duds
Salsguna el DUO GALAN CASARES. traidos por Ia Emilora RADIO
CARACAS en comblnacion con la Gran Feria KExpooeli6n. La
Shonda emoci6on qua Ie imparten a Is mlsica argentina los hace
*i aereedores del titulo de LOS EMeBAJADORES DEL TANGO".

SManCana se inician las laborers

del Institute de Verano en la

Escuela J. D.
(be 17 do'febrero de 1951,
:. -por el cuIl se nombra y se
hmnia 9alf r smaII del Institu-
bd Veranb de la Escuela NQr-
1 M nal J. D. Aroeemena y se e-
h lot i sBeg 4P> el peri a-
reved 14d-lvo d& -1 eb.
S El resident de Is Repubica,
* --en uso de sun facultades legales,
'Articulo Primero: Nombrase
"" rofesores del Instituto de Ve-
r '('. o de la Escuela Normal J.
it *.'Arosemena". para el period
'octivo de 1951, a las sigulen-
.4,toU personas:
a. Luis Oscar Miranoa, Olga C.
a '"-d Trevlsani. Teresa A de Sa-
WlPlTZar, Matilde de Lombardo,
ilgno T. Argote, U3lia N. 0.
Urrlola, Eulogao Quintero,
ta Zurita de Fmra cea h. Ge-
Emiliani, Moa "lalcedo,.
R. Salvat, Novencido Es-
r, Zenalda Visquez de Mu-
Rafael Escarreola. Esther
a, Jos6 S. Pugsa Modesto de
n, Luis T. Zerr, Carlos M.
S mero. Marina Hernandez. Oc-
M. Castro, Victor Calde-
Francisco Figueroa. Roque
BZano, MalX Donoso, Herbert
..on. Adlington Bucknor, Ti-
'del Moral, Harmodio Cente-
Jose A. Cajar Escala. Te-
Jea B. de Ramos, Aminta A-
auz. Sara E. de Rivera. Ange-
a Mndez Mtrida. Raul F. A-
te, Gilda Manzzo. Clorinda
elna de Tun6n, Yolanda M.
Madrigales. Jost del C Luz-
cando, Rita Garrldo de Witt
green. Ana Matilde Jeannette,
Matilde Diaz Taylor. Mercedes
havin de Avila. Leonarda Re-
gis, Adela Guillen. Alicia Vi-
uetti, Pastors Romero de
_Paragrafo: Por resuelto se
tgnara catedra a los profeso-
nombrados. ,
Articulo segundo: Los profe-
regulares devengaran un
eldo de doscientos cincuenta:
OBas 'B. 250.001. por today
I uracion del curso..,
Artioulo tercero- Is profe-
ores especlales devengarin por
iuda la duracl6n del curso un
ueldo minimo de noventa bal-
asou (B. 90.00' por las cinco
(51 horas adiclonales v veinti-
cinco balboas 125.001 mas por
'* eada cinco hora.s adicionales
,h*asta completar veintlclnco 125>
Articulo cuarto- Nombrase a
.a'-' UIa Nufiez de Peralta. Asis-
'-",nte del Instituto de Verano
on una asignaci6n de doscien-
04M balboas (B 200.001
SArticulo quinto. Nombrase a
"Vllma Franceschi Zurita. meca-
,IJrafa del Instituto de Vera-
con una aslgnaci6n de no-
9 'ita balboas (B. 90.001. por to-
R Is duracl6n del cursao.
*K Axrtlculo 8tWo: N6mbrase a
M. de Diaz, maestra en la
dp Donmotraclon del
Utto d.. Veoao con una
ln de clento cincuenta
^ (B. 50.00), por today laI
del curso.
: La seflora Flor M
eatara encargada de
S de primaria que
,I Servicio Cooperativu

teramericano de EducacO6n
e sup ddemostraciones pedag6-
gas durante el Institute de
Artculo s6ptimo: Adscriben-
so al.,Director General de Edu-
C i6n, doctor Alfredo Cant6n.
las funclones de Director del
Institute de Verano en 61 cur-
so de 1951.
Articulo octavo: Todas las
personas nombradas mediante
el present Decreto tomaran
posesion de sus cargos en la
Eacuela Normal J. D. Aroseme-
na, una semana antes de ini-
ciarge los curaos.
Comuniquese y publiquese.
Dado en la cludad de Pana-
ma. a los dlez y siete dias del
mes de febrero de mil nove-
clentos cincuenta y uno.
(fdo.) Arnulfo Arias
El Ministro de Educacl6n,
(fdo.) Modesto Salamin.
(de 17 de febrero de 10511
Por e Icual se hace un nom-
bramlento en el Ministerlo de
El President de la Republlea,
en uso de sus facultades legales,
Articulo Udlico: N6mbrase a
la seiora OGenerosa de Wesley
jefe de Dietdtica de Isa fcuela
Normal 3. D. Arosemena.
Comuniquese y publiquese.
Dado en la cludad de panama
Va" los 17 dias del mes de fe-
brero de mil noveclento8 cin-
cuenta y uno.
Arnulfo Arias.
El Ministro de Educaci6n,
Modesto Salamin.

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7:45 Daniel Santos
8:00 Ritmos ballabls
8:30 Concierto Dominical
6pera "La Boheme"
10:00 Buena nochea,

4:00 Buenos Dias
8:03 El Despertador Musical

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6:30 Neotolero
7:00 La Vot del Interior
Jo- Mendiets
7:30 .MlodBm matinales
8:00 ORdes Maestros
8:30 Joe Valle
8:U R"Btmp norteamerlican6
9: 0 co0rreo del aire
1:30 DMllela stropleales .
11:40 lOtorlas
11:48 MU ica variada
,12:0 Ltwapas del hogar
13:15 NOticlas R.P.A.
13:30 80o1 de 6rgano
leubo Azearraga
1:00 Nottolero Deportivo
Ou~iermo Rolls
1:15 Momer deportivos
1:30 Acorda porteftos
1:45 Gantares de M6xico
2:00 Noticias. Loferia Naclonal
2:05 Intennedlo select
2:15 Dedicatoriaa.

Organiza batida la Policia

de Francia 6 Italia contra

bandidos com utas alpminos

Per G0au (. wan
(N. A. N. A.)

MARBELA., Febrero 17 (EPS)
-La Pollcia Secreta de Francis
e Italia 'na iniclado una ofen-
siva general contra los bauli-
dos refuglados eh los AiDp.j,
qulenes decade la terminacldn
de la guerra mundial han ve-
nido Ilevando una vida de Ro-
bin Hoods, y a quienes so *a-
pone comunistas. La policia se-
creta liega hasta a creor qm
son en realidad elem ntos deo
"quints column" disiuestoa a
untrue a los usos, st 6stos 10-
graran Invadir Italia o Francli
alguna vez.
De echo ochospaoles capturado
en Lyons se dice que ban abu-
sado de la hospitalldad france-
sa como refuglados antifran-
quista llevando a cabo una se-
rie de ataques armados en el
valle del R6dano. Uno de eiaos
diuo que robaban con el fin do

Afvis Judicial

El suserlto Secretato del Jussado
Seccional de Trabajo, cI p*blico,
Que *i be seflaledo *I dia veintloche
do In acorrilent.. dentro do laS ocho do
Ia maolana doce del f l iovmr *I
rematr d leo Ilgulentes blenes ember-
Madoe en el Junlo quoe oiue Lul Anto-.
nio rPrlfault contra Arturo. Perigault:
Tres miquinas de corner marS-a
Singer 3.120.00
14 yerdas do easimir chocolate LI 00
I lote do telas de palo de dis.
tlntos eolerH 82.00
I Espejo 10.00
TOTAL B.240 00
La ba1ee del inmate a Ia soma dod-
clqtoea OUAto lualbemsi (3.3.0) y
e PoBtwa ddmlilble* la quo* br.. la
do toreenle muates do lu av* o, pre-
via la eousMgsoe6lm del 51 do as soma
an ol Deepabe de ia Seertarta del Tri-
rKata lao oote do la masas. ** ad-
mltirtn poetumra. do see hesr heata
Ils do d del dinm a eaehare lage pu-
ja y repujs., adjudlcadeles Ie blekn
&l mojor potor.
PanamA. 14 do Irbrvee do 1511.

La susrita eowtarla del Jusldo Ter-
coro Munselel do PanaimA, em fi sone
de Alguae- eutor. al o,
Que en atI ulelo ordlnarlo onvrtido
an e*ecuUavo s ldo p lra tIbpr& O d
Naveaidn WaUlo Surez., A.. central
All -0 :, h faalmIdo *I dim dd
o rino, parquoe men lu heora
lepla tosi luZ 1 wte Tribunal el
remote do Iw. loutlu M xi de pro-

1B/.M.00) lee quoa seo arlb n M :
Is rjiols m i d rr
do 30 piea B/A00 c-u ....B/.00.00
23 planehb de seere. para pta
de ate r lje de aovion, de a
10 pli aa/AM c-u ........ 11.00
10 mb1llotes do zinc. doe pl na
n /.I.oo -u ... ............. 1000
6S h.ojia de sine de does ple do
larno de eiunda mano. a
.00 e-u..................... 15200
Total ..................... B .26300
Serviri do base par el remale el va-
lor fljade per lea Peritoe a 1t blenes an-
teorirmente decritoa y no so admilttrA
potura quo no eubra a dos toerc*ra
part del valer d dichbe bleons..
Pare haMilite r e peter as requle-
Sre aum vm te oen@ t ae erte.
ria del Tribuial 1 ico por deento de
Ia bue del remote.
la m eatro de la tards se admi-
1tbmn lpro w que me rban y dea-
de es haora m eineo. e eoJra nJu pujad
y repuja ue Me hiieren hasta bacer I
n 11=tepreamite ed
lurfviadbie aleerera hodiet
y els mdo Noo ne an i noveceme cm.-
cuenta y uno.
La secrtari Al uacl Rllecutor. -
(Fdo.) Maria tleoma Cante.- copla -

La matricula del Curio de Verano'.e erra el dia 23 de
Febrero. Las claui comprouenderan deft ,de dol 8 de
arzo al 20 de Abril. La matrioula dwb gpar potr anti-
cipado de acuerdo conI l alguieAe:
Suanaturi de 3 c ...:. 1w
2 aiaturw d do Se w .. YMN
3 madgaturas do 3 .. '.0
Los alumni que n matrieule a a lt cen
laboratorio pagarAn B/650 aMMjm W per .Ulaa. -a
aceptan alumnoui oyentes. Para ma sm m
Ilamar a& 1-34231 Secretaria de la
Seeretarlo ,

reucaudar fondos para qyuiar
Ia s revolucl6n espatsola con-
tra Franco-
En Italia, Luca Pallia, cu-a
d@ Vlla Cella, una poblac0on
coerMcn a Regia, ha sido a-
rrestado junto con una herna-
pa muya, acusado de esconder
arnia y municiones en el prusi
iterlo de au Iglsula y, de star
en oatacto con un agent a ,-
S liUamado "IvAn el Rojo".
doprenddo per la revelation
do quo uno do sun propioa uwt-
coerdotes era un comunlata, el
oblopo de Reggto, monseftor Be-
niamino Socche, auspendi6 in-
medlatamenteo a Pallia de suR
funclones religlosas.
Z4to ,.iasos son tiplcos de la
actitud 'queo muchos homores
quo fueron heroes de la resis-
toncla contra Hitler y MuMsull-
ni han adoptado.
Los Jefes de la pollcea secre-
ta francesa seo han reunido en
Nisa paras camblar impreao-
nes acerca de su reiponsa.bill-
dad por la segurMad
como resultado del ]acto del A-
tlAnUco. Hasts ahera sum tt-
real han i1do eatorbadas br
la simpatia piblies hactias i-
dividuos que todavia tenian Ia
aureola de la restitencla an-
* Entre los crimenes no acla-
rados reglstrados en el sur de
Francia per saboteadores y gu,.-
rrllleros que so supone comunis-
tan esti el robo de alhajsa va-
loradas en cerea de veinte iall
ddlares en perjulcio de la ca-
poaa del ex-embajador vencar-
lano Joae Cirdena, que es una
hija del dicador Juan Vicente
Califlcando a aua victlmas de
fascistas y por lo tanto, ene-
migas del pueblo, los bandidcs
Ilevan a cabo una sorda guetra
contra los ricos ayudandos por
simpatizadores comlunmstax.


el i Vista


"El Peeadoa d Mdo 1etiu,
presentaci6n de ', A04hurB Rank,
clistrulda por Upnlerl-I p n'a-0
tonal. qua f eu~tqMI el ouvesI
en el Teoato *t1 ftI Cotlene
inuchoa puntom de Inteurs pars
el publlco. P, ante todo, un do-
cnmento huunmn, "refbrmdado
nor el reolamo de htohom ue han
ocurrido de verdad y que hacen
rarte de los analsn criminales de
El julcio de Madeleine Smith
llam6 Ia *tenal6n de todo el
roundo y n obatanto haber tent-
do lugar hce ya cal un slglo.
i.gue allmentandp la curlosadad
tde esorltorea, jurltas y la gran
mayoria do aficnadom a os rela-
tos hist6ricos en quoe Ohlita el
El case do Madeleine Smith es
exceptional, porque en 61 concu-

Ave Fco. Boyd No 4041
Col6n. R. P.

S Tel6fonos:

Todo Inapecolonado
por el
Departamento de

Oficina do construcci6n del Hotel EL PANAMA con
paredes on secoiones desarmables incluyendo teda la
plomerla e instalacionese elotricas. Dode ser removida
per el. Ilcitador. Propuestas esladas oerAn reolbidas
hasta las 3 p.m. del Martes, 20 do Febrero de 1951 per:

Arango & Lyons, Palsmith, SA.
Apartado 1948 Tel. 3.1211


Dodge y DeSoto 1951




rren los fatores mui propiclos
nara agitar el coras6n y la men-
La rebeldla de una mucha-
cla oven, linda v ansiosa do
&mor. quo buria los convenclo-
nallamoa soealaW para cumplir
el m humano de todos los
mandates: el mandate del co-
raz6n. La mbiald6n de un hom-
bre falto do enetpuloe. de pro-
ceder amblnMo, que abusa de la
d-billdad de su amada. La muer-
te misterloss de 6ste, envenena-
do con are6ktoo. El juiclo de la
heroin a qulen acuman muchas
evldenclas, sin Ilegar ninguna a
condenpria por complete.
"El Poeado de Madeleine" ex-
plota aste argumento con ver-
dadera ias a y brinda un es-
pectaculo d atico, tierno. ro-
iiAntico, Intereate v humanO
aue legas a xspaionar tanto coma'
si estate lebre causa criminal as
estuviers ventilando en la ac-

Prof sor Sank my
ASTROLOOO do preatgio
Internselooal que obtlee1
Krandew 6xitos pur sue
noa trabajos realid
en todo I. mundq. ften-
ders coua ta sore a n-
to an general todlfi
dats de 10 a la I i E i

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Aheon spoke first. He t I

'- such an attack had oeen a
efqefron1at at world '-.W
.A War-.n oan.ow of. theW. ,m

orea and by the United Na o" t i."

now not later and pe too late.
Yugoslalviawere atcked by erb s oVit

S Stalin in bt first i statement two years
tsarid there were e orce. United
understand him. heo sd Alt ,."
S Such an attack and been w war orlo-
Korea, and by the Unsaid the United being
K orea. He urged America to send aie s.o oe*t
I Stalin in his fit' pub lic statement i two years
B-said there were ggrsve force I United
StateA, France and Briain who moflr4 d.w. ar for
super-profits. He said the United, ua %being
turned into an "Instrument for war." I a that ChOi-
na is defending herself. and the U.S. Is the aggressor.
-But war, he said "cannot now be considered Inevit-
Hemmed n by the rapidly earmin Red satellites,
T Tto needed all the support he could et rl as
well as material. Overseas his ns e bad beoom a sym-
bol, and a banner under which Ideological Communists
. disgusted by the Kremlin prand of Communism were
In Italy's strong Communist ranks, the break with
Moscow was widening. Two Italian leaders Issued a
manifesto and announced the formation of- the Na-
o tnal tt Communist Party." A strike called by the reg-
ular party failed; an American shipload of defense ma-
S terle landed unmolested in Naples. Italy offeed five
divisions for Atlantic defense.
F4 The Allies wee retreating a three 'frats In
Koreaf as ea week started. General MaeArtaur
warned sae principals the peoples ethe eoun-
tries of the United Nations not to readily
discosaaged by such taseeal withdrawals, orby
tac scal advances either. e made It quile elear
that the limitedd offensive" was still for the par-
pese @i killing as maRy Red Chinese aad North
KE uma aggressors as pulsibie; that no resonadlg
vicCries eaould be looked for while his me were
ocunumudred in the present rlls; and that 'I
ai ...ury situation was generally sasibaetoy.
Red ground ataomea and eounterattaeas left
the war Aittie changed at week's end. The U. S.
Navy set frogmen into the poMt aInehon, and
exp.csed to open It any day as a chaemtu for supplies.
'.ue use ar power against ground troops and
spp lines hit a new high with more than 1,9W
Air rerce and Naval piano sorties sown in. single
anitish Prime Minister Attlee said he soug con-
aultaLoLus with other inceresled countless oe aor tne
tn parallel were recrossed Dy 'Ild forces. W -i
ton said such consultations were under way Mac-
Arthur said any talk of crossing the Paralle force
was academic unless his command were er, but
that same day an element of South Ko s made a
behina-tne-llnes landing on the East t near Won-
san. President Truman arew the atte n of the woald
to the fact that the Supreme Co under in the Far
Bast already has. the authority to cross into what was
formerly Northern Korea by virtue of the UN vote
which gave It to him last failU.
On the Indo-Chinese front the French and Viet
Nam forces won back an Important mountain strong-
hold. Israel let it be known she would not permit bases
to be established within her border; from her late en-
emies, the Arab nations came word that protests and
demonstrations were holding up expanded use of Brit-
Ieh air bases by the U. 8. Air Force, also lengthening of
runways and buildup of facilities.
In America, the U. & Alt Force chief, General
Hoyt S. Vandenberg, underlined that neither the
United States nor any other country has any ean-
ceivable effective defense against determined air
attack. If I uassian bombers attacked the United
States, 70 would get through, he estimated. Not a
"mile high steel fence backed by a unbroken radar
screen, a perfect warning system and an umbrella
of fighter planes eould stop them." And Meossew,
he revealed, hmast least 40 planes that san bomb
the U. S. from the U. 8, L L.In the face of these
Sacts 1068 Reablq a Sotrs nd a areoltloen
to strengthen tlWeston eml8re, slashes ake d
to Earepe. De satlc Senate Conasty se-
eased the "oa of maktig "poteal apl"A
Soat of the "troops for 7 home e. Governor
SThoasL Dewey of New rkm bke with ex-Fwes-
ideat Hoover and other ismlatintsot Repblan to
Western Hemisphere Rpublics led' by the United
States were also acnferring hon a hemisphere controls
program that would prevent the flow of raw materials
to the. Siet Union and Its satellites. The Uhited Na-
tions Econome Council said it foresaw inflation in
Latin America as a result of the ams program in the
U. S. and Europe, and said L. A. could materially reduce
Its dependence on outside financial aid if it would save
for future use a high proportion of the Inflpw of mo-
ney that will result f rearming abroad.
Colombia warmed o e et'nats onal Court of Jus-
tice that "extrem e consequences" would result
if she were foted to over to Peruvian authorities
the Aprsta leader RauF Hya do Ia Torre, refused for
the nast two years in the Colombian embassy In Lima.
The Navy's nuclear research chief revealed that
the "flying saucers" wpre 100 foot plastic balloons
used in cosmic ray studies. They sometimes rise 10
miles, he said. Their great height, and the mirage el-
ftects they create make them confusing sights even for
uch trained observers as saircraft pilots.
A bright spot in the news tae the report of how a
'- rich, middle-aged Arlsbona Inventor had fulfilled his
wish to "fly llke4a bird" a dream born long ago -
as he Jumped from a hayloft. Propelling a U-ft. spruce
and nylon "wing", with his own muscles, he kept aloft
for 150 yards at 80 ft altitude. He had never before


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In the Canal Zone the Army made an internal W- "I
organization, eliminating the R14.wAe -ld ead- "I ran
quarters, Servace Opirations an OrteW -l i. you pa
pet at ort Clayton. signed better operating e- round
ficlency the move cuts out one ste in handling sp- e
piles, puts the USACARIB practically back an a hea
straight Atlantle-PaciU sector system.
Discusson of the Panama Canal's reorganilation champ
was deled by thezpotponed arrival of oea of a three. wheIs
man Rx DiMretors Cnmittee anid b the 1lttws t w I gut
flu, ( another. It, Gos, Raymond Wheeler,'..Smd ma
T. Colma Andrews arrives tomorrow' an w Gen. that
Wheeler better-th. first talks are tor )tmdq
afternoon. % *1

Far from a mntdegwords atMd, the rivptp .

prelytP The4
a wernwtt:is at ..
md level ag arag offiath afe wt wigr a5 5
dad's refusal teot fJtk I. t Eo
at the desks. the at enIg t.
. the eboingreofai whleh, t als
116Ms "Ist noMt a vable rttrle eat UP too
morse of a small repubie. 29
Ships played a large p4rt in the week's news: Sun-
day morning the ex-ptroto*it S ran agrt
on the submarine net at the Atla trance .
Canal, damaging her rudders a wooden eta. ,
same day the banana-laden Mana wounded

lomblan amphibian Ifne stood a T n to mnak
a sea evacuation if necessary, a aglow was traas.- til tW(
erred from his Norwegian tankr to a British cargo hAeam
ship and rushed to alboa for surg .'AMd a three. down
day search made by Caribbean Ai- and plis weak.'
ended yesterday when the mlss cner I lot
was found proceeding under tow Limon, Cota thefl
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Of major Importuaneto thousands of 1
workers was the word Thursday from
nullo Arias that he has never opposed r
paid to PanamaWSan Is the aM a Zone, H
contrary he would view Increma with


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The Mel Bo. le an pse feMpm f eswdmos The Peem-T Anime g
Lottero am relved ugretefly aIn heqnmd i. a whely e ae ldedtle
If yo werib ute e Nttwe don't be JgsplesmIt itdomese't pai r the^
neMt day. Letters eae pubihed In t4 1 orde elv oe01d.
Pioese try to keen oe l ettn m Iimied to1 pe le h.
Identity of leles wlesom s held im *tE edflidelM e.
This m ewseppe s mesusem meNvsa f apsleun r" Wilesm
upmseed in Ilette ftom e. Mde.

Crlatobal. iowT r
Mail Box OWL,! areyof af-eDeua
Panama American to Yusleavio If the county to to be
The Canal administration is blaming all Its troubles entirely on -
the application of the income tax to the employes and could be __ -
wrong. The cause of the present complete unrest and the depths
[to which morale has sunk sla clearly the result.of the blind. -"
and inadequate knowledge shown by the people high In the amin-
Istration that make that policy. I .. l l i '
Perhaps the best example of this naa been shown by one man,
high In the council, whog, when bourbon and-branch water fGo,,has, .' p
and does make statement that are hard'iv those of an Int ie6n:. .
or discreet man. Unfortunately.-against people of this type the Ca -
nal has no defense nd altho the damage caused abshould be worth I .- --
a good many KOPS to "good old Joe. apparently no displinuary Drehw I flS5*wrO tet O
action of any ort hasM been takes against m.m by either. the Army i tMi,,-t u -- .f It-toe
or Canal. O. ." : utter-
As an Indication of the lack of business acumen on the part of t bu!MS2bmb-AtrkeKiesMqkn li aaweaf lf
the high command, the fact the employee morale bar dollar d -
cents value is completely Ignored. As much as a 76 per cent $urn over WASW5OKTQN.- It isn't Oftee thaftsmanl r a
in many Divisionus Is attributed to everything exwaept twe the an t y arero ampbe the uCof-
blame belongs:. mfdieaierth Autnic Unfot4a0 aa iM.. i
The dirty, cell-like bachelor quarters the horrible food In the at hoBdft vSa
the Clubhouse, where in Cristobal, for Instance not 'a single square vimes monmtoteG e =o a aSar U I_
loot of the building is reserved for morale building or recreation tree 16ong hours recently. re I
purposes and where we are taxed 10 per cent for the privilege of fsoretm minutesofe :the eting.
buying toilet articles soap. shoe polish, amokng tobacco. etc. "Long Tomn nall at Tea.,Ch r-
Therrtare so eated movies now being shown in the back street 101 man of the oUf'an la napene'
houses In the states. at t mr
After work the choice s of becoming a bar fly a hermit or plan- WLjiaA"r' t i
ning to te the next boat out. The Canal Is In the red f o my In* .i-la t tlt
doctrination, passage and also for that of my replacement, who af- Brke jj-'smd ,a "dd M- n too
ter the same gentle treatment will be on his way and so an asr hae grouy a.
infinutum ad infinfMa. Icy "-Not pus me
Anyway it was an experience antdadios. who a tootlan. Not sseMenw o Mae
I. M. Smitag. committees, they bhad asked permndls to attend.
WOMN OF iM ?U r N FI In reerri a to Nevada's M ne M r
Roman. erai%4npr
The .M l aodMmi 1a-z.r Log 7om, a'%n f lo kowholw to
Occasionally It is my misfortune to have to wait outside the a ex OutlS aldon y i it ali I.s
C Z. Commies, while thus occupied, an old slogan wanders throuRn executive sion." He put v vwn t hista lb.
mv mind to wit "through these portals p some of the nr" noteven to hint to new ap-
Judges of feminine pulchritude would Indeed die of laslsitude palmed at the meeting...eause,. e 'e .,
were it not for the rare flower that lights up this dismal scene. tnewspcaprn iuareoue sm"aIfu M .l d
Perhaps you thistles deem yourself one of the Fair. but alas, ".. n ca""y e'e.l g thm flatt '
why not? Hope springs eternal.".. "- Cena.tou. rly, "some of our ly oae awe -k-
n- -- ----" notes already."
CoInnaly then turned to E ienhow .dif in- ttW.O
'vitei him "to proceed." ,
"I id'ti come to make a speech," rtipil eh.
"I came to abshwer questions :" .. E
so Connally polled the Sma6tors by sntority lig
and they asked the qum-len. Senator- tiat I skinto.
Georgia fired a broadside of tqchnl0ca q tons and
on European strength hicl senhower answered,
but which, for security zasamm, cannot be rePorted fMo in
here. Epwever Ike said that he "hoped ryth not lift
end of 139M to have 405 Uope01 divisions. was eno
Refusing to be pinned down on the nMino er cul
of Amerikan troops that should be stationed in De
Europe, or even on the mathematmleal ratio f "yt, -t
American divisions to Europetn divisions,. Ike did sands I
tate that "certain of our iMits" would have to be o;
transerre topu this summer. 'Now we
wawr. rr1 s t later, y
.Unportant question sayrwhI
twst e.and the Pentagon: the n1
.of Western Europe pre- OWj5 tt
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Is is the Broawd y
Shi. by Samuel Spewack.l a .
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Mice" ire plyed b Claude Ay-
cock and Amy Not since
"Arsenic and OldLace" has e
theater seen quite such waeity .
figures as hi y draw. In t
midst of pandemonium they go
sereenlv about their wotk of ea-
taloguing herbs and aweds In ..
their "lost" Office of Seeds and
Most of the comedy's pande.
mnnium is inspired by the In-
genuity of a new paper man,
who helps Mrs. Turbull and
Miss Hover keep their jobs In
the l-quidated bureau by pass-
in- them off as scientists -en-
gared on research into "herbal
warfare" when they are threat-
ened with exposure. Lawrenoe
Br'eeae is a perfect choice o
this role of the reporter who
peroetrates a. giant hoax on the
government men who have been
es-1ined to investigate the for-
gr '*n buraaun.
-alnh Lindo. Stanley l ian-
o Rufus SmithA and Charles
Garcita and to the generate mer-
riment as th representatives of
the Army, N Air Corps and
State Department who are cwm.
vinced by the prankster tourma-
list, that they are mixed up In \
r nro'ect as tremendous as the"
srmic bomb.
There are also portrayals, by -
J *' s Adamsen, as the enrat-
S'e' erator; Anne Aceca. as the
attractive ex-wife of the brash
reporter: Jaci Meehan Ps a so-
phnroric suitor, and Kathleen
Fl"-'r;?n as a giddy rhumba
rte' ` -'- c speed, Peggy SmIth, and Mariel
r 'iers In the large enst in. readweL
cer'e Georgi Bobbintt. El Sel-
rn--. Charles Madison. Private iracelvn Johnsto hbas direct-
H. N. TremeMrs. J. I. Clem- ed the Teater Guild's xprode-
mnns. Rov OlIckenhaus. and -tlon of Two BalInd. fe" and
D -.. q Johnston. kept the action ast and fmeaaL
"^bers of the choir are Bin The setting by Cattay Taylor
B' ht, Joe Fuller, Natalie Good- and Belle Clemmons, represents

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411110u1110391061 pr0yed*1d A: ontar aWmoprodo. mbimlano. 0 v'otose 36 i vw1W ft
somweala del b aoique mjoro deisho, como Po para n slaoslmostl e ns ft i t a
de Arabes y a tic.i el oner teranine a mu d o a Ia etaba ,en u e a re
pnytode o realfe6a de Ift autoridad de lat Na"soua Unl- Comitw a in Cte s. aoa 4
E 3d1 e Am1rlia, daa o a-m aul6ra aga na-. Ro d
sobre la anterveael. ansam- Ia en la peninsula cooana. cUh asm t sMixt1s .
dad de a China Boea en Co- Blen podemos deoir. senior Pt- m oi is Mte
rea. sidente, quo decade baw=e al da a ref agre.
lempo, dead quae el Is e* a tt dA
Senior Preidente: agrel6da .de Ia China nqm l sta rado e n
se ha vendo conuldedando en cSarot a, de a rn o eids lamiente s e
La Delegacl6n de Fanama no eate Comit6, has Nacdoneat Undas anarmanato cue a pa ad, jt wamln de
entrar6 en el anaitals de los m6- han marchado cuets abaj o. esti area es a l do e
flies ulterlorea quo pueda tender Primero estableclmom un.xru- Lau dec a per el M (dt
el proyecto de resolucd6n quo. ha o doe trees para el e do fuego diatinguido De de o l a- rl a re loe oape l
Mdo sometido a debate por las con el objeto de conamseur tna di. a. ue me o hRWits o: a s trmin
,i legaciones del bloque deo dose suspenal6n do las hostllsdadoes mont ana lsad o pa ban oinloemente a
Estados Arabes y asiAticos. To- Condiclone honorable para ne- buen nmeo d aar Rran problem
to proyecto de resoluck6n as una comunistas chinos, Qu Rgana- gad" ade Qrehok de. TunrUl y Luego. auando ea*to,
ahieva tentative para Inducir a mos con esto? Nada absoluta- de oI Salvador. ywatliul rman- tag agrarioa comenz
loa comunslatas c.ilnoa, despu6a iente. Loo comunlstas chinos no t pwer 1 digAtudoe r la froutera de Mad
que ellos nos ban rechazado ya tomanon en cuentas el Rrupo de de Fdo nlapn el t ga od. -dedicaron a able
tos veces, a entrar en negocia- coe de fueo, declarpron quo GtLen.4 or. pulvedi la andoe de laa Nado U I
cines, en condlciones de dudoso era un rupo legal. v se nega- cento. l aea eCo.ra lo l S
dlecoro, en lo relacionado con el ron a tener trato co nml. No ob- cunten0fln is de ara@On. -_ munlatesho d--
problema de Corea y los demAs tuvimos ni el coes de fuego n Nooitant, laa as etf fnosa les a6lo anuer
problems del Lejano Oriente. cendiciones aceptables para las clarifocaci6 e0n a de tqmda pot plants htro-elActriem
Md Delegacl6n es de parecer. aue negoclaciones. Ptlmoa objeto de clerto oumero doco-, taban e lafronte
habida cuenta de c6mo han an- riota. Las Naciones Unidas m una especle de ne a- di icamente a las cosas en este Comif, a marcharon cuesta'abal,. vacl6n, y m haecoe a rto n ela ara en pas.
eWce respect, el verdadero pro- Doblegamos la cabeza en hu- iente de 'una. mutlit de Mi tarde, cuando k
blema. que eate proyecto de reso- mllacl6n. pera no obatante, de- declaraelonee y oQa- mista agrarlos aegula
tln a e dpar o y 4w afuera dmndon
ltci6n planted ahora ante nos- !dimos hacer un nuevo ensayo. clones e dentro y de tuera diendoen nmas ar l
otrom. es. sin duda, uno que en- E grupo del ceae de fuego pre- de emste Comit. au 61o tiende reaa. y lea trom d
Ivuelve la existencia misma de las iar6 entonces ciertaa condlcio- a causer confusion y malentea done 0 Unidal contnu
Nuclonea Unidas. nes extremadamente amplisa y dimidnto en to que reaeotS a tirAndose haola el hu i
Tenemos aue escoger entire el Penerosas eomprondidae en cin- erdadero problema que estamoe dc grande penalldadtd
vrrsatir en el camino de Ia de- co articulos. No se not permlti6 debatlendo. lo mfelorae empefiadoe
b1lldad v de la humillacidn. que hacer en ellas ni modiflcaciones Ea opr este motive por el a@e dar a los eomunitas
soJo puede conducir a la derro- ni adiciones. Aunque parezca ex- ashor tenemos ante memotroa un Jeron que allos eran
ia y a la quiebra total de los traflo, e;tas ondiclones nos fue- proyecto de resoluclfi que pre- mente gentes mauy
pr!hclplos comprendidos en la ron presentdas como Intocables. tende establecer negoalacones respecto a la Inten
Carta, o el fortalecernos para Como el grupo del cese de fueo con el r6gimen comunists chino mundo occidental, y pg
una accl6n fuerte. condenando habia sido tratado oa supremo "'con el objeto", egtun dice el moente de log Astados U
a la China Roja como agresora deaddn por los comunlataa chi- texto del proyeeto, "de obtener TY. finalmente. abora
or. terminots nequivocaq. parsa .os, no me encarg6 de encaminar todas las eluldacklones y aWiD- Jlamados usteormtamt a8
tograr asi mantener en alto el las proposiciones a PFepin. Se ficaciones". doe a supuesta ae- han qulta4o a eareta
prestiglo y la autoridad moral de solicit6 al Presidente de este Co- titud de lot comunltas chinos, .estan entregadoe a il
Wata organizaciIn. m!td que ao hiclera cargo del eftor Preeldente: Yeo dedeo cion y al derraem de i
Frente a este proyecto de re- c0so. De nuevo. qud tanamos con muy respetuosament6 que eo de .par mar Oea reoa
wo.ucl6n. aefior Presldente. y de exto? Nada abeolutamente. No deplorar el aue no edamas po- han ado pr d
ciertos movimlents de donde ha obtuvknos ni cease de fuego ni nor fin a ta b i ueda Inter- apu a un
nacido. creo que on el -debate condlelones aceptables para ne- minable de elucldaeldnes, claril- a adafad a la
actual debemos hacer menos en- roclar. Una vez mas fulmos ob- caciones y amplifleasconea, en el. jigI zontaln=
asts, por o menos *vor ahora, leto de mofa. Una ves ms las capo de una euestlin que en rea- 4lo d*canas l
en el problems de Cores. y ma- Naciones Unidas marcharon ltdad es absolutamente clara pa- laI asa en a a 0.
bor fnfasis en el oue es de su- cuesta abajo. ra todos nosotros; elueldacineas, ado etlegado de la h
prema importancia pars el mun- Por segunda vez doblegamos la Ilariflcaciones y ampliLfecacioues. dl -ae IomIunist
tio. v que consisted en impedir cabeza en humlllacl6n, pero a- que cuando al fin t obtleneh, omn mp ent naub
age Ias Naciones Unidas abjfren hora muchos de nosotros comen- zesultat cue ellas, a u ve1 Ms- wl
d6 sus principles fundamentals zamos a sentirnos desagradados. Run entonces se nos dice, talir. B. o Prodeste: U
u se desintegren. Se juzg6 que hablamos Ido de- bMn necesltan elucidarse.-c4ai- ue ozlasea A aen
81 nosotros IlegAramos a apro- inmaslado lejos. Decidilmos que era fcarse y ampllflcarm. de luwar a loroa unt
bar el texto del proyecto de re- llegado el moment de emplear Con el mayor respeto, sefir nos eomo o tenlgs a
sroucl6n del bloque Arabe y asiA- una political fuerte. La opinl6n Presidente, yo no puedo menoa nrofeso el may .or epet
tco. ello seria mas que la acep- publica pedia accl6n. Era nece- de decir que esta actitud no pa- Ideas y las opinlopanes a
tcidon de la condiciones origl- sarlo hacer algo. Entonces. cuan- iece ser una actitud seria.. No cuando se trata de las ca
pales de los comunlatas chinos, do al fin se hubo decidldo que somos clertamente un grupo de de mayor controvenr l
culenes han venido Isalatiendo se procederia a estlgmatizar a la muchachoa de escuela, nl creo cuales 1 Ideas yopinl
e. negoclar primero y en aus- China comunista como r gresora, cue constitUlmosa tAmpoeo. unas dan ser diametralme
p order las hostilidades despu6s. he aqui oue el distinguldo Dele- ieunl6n de mentes inmatura&s trarlua.
L'i:enes suscriben este proyecto tado de la India so no&presenta La mlitfficacl6n, la arguda y 7 Pero.ereo firm n
Ide resolucl6n han superado a los con una declaraci6n, envuelta el e0ftsma no pueden tender ca- mAs estularzosg que a
eninos rojos en su propio juego. aigtn tanto en el mistero., que bida aqui, y no podemos' acep- ilmpatladores de IO i
e muestran satisfechos con s6- oretende ser una clariflcacl6n tar iadudablemente que. sBen tas chinos, para ntaisr
to las negoclaciones. Por consl- de ]a actitud de Pelnin. Y como Uljo Talleyrand en una ocasi n. rentes paciflcas y Da
pulente, el proyecto de resolu- resultado de ello. nos Vemos a- el leuaguae le ha sido dado al sentar su actitud y'sa
con en ninguna part pide un hora confrontados con el pro- hoalmbt no para expreras su como producidam per
cese de fuego. yecto de resolucl6n del bloque ieonamlentq. sino para ocultar- Justlficables, nunca ,
Por otra parte, los firmantes rabe y aslitlco. y con la tre- t16 tor hbiles que sean 0
ide proyecto de resolucl6n abo- wenda poalbilidad. esta vez. de In virtstd de este mdtodo em- VIeo de palabras sutiles
van por el establecimlento de ver marchar a las Naciones Uni- L-eado en este Comlt peas tra t- se capolosas, haoer d
un ComitO. en el cual, no aslo das cuesta abalo en el grado ma- tar sobre `el grave problemna de l hecho evidence que a
Ie dan cabido al regimen de Pet- vor de este concerto. aIs agreamdn conmunlstehina, se nistas chinos son
min. sin que tal ,regimen hays Debo declr cue es con los mAs oad esat Uelvando a una regl6a alrers6n, v que las at
primero suspendido su matanza graves presentimlentoa can que de oacurldad. do emedo y de nidas, a meno que no
de las fuerzas de las Naciones ;s Delegaci6n de PanamA ha neblina. e donde paree que es- ranegar de suo prhioW
Unidas. sino que incluyen tam- advertido que a medidsa ue el tamos pisando sombe toreno res- dameotale, tienen lio
biWn una mavoria abrumadora debate sobre la agrea ln comu- baloso y agrea movedIa.d teme- narlos como agresorea.
de simnatizadores del regimen r.ista china ha progresado en rosos de hidirntes en un cena- yo s6. senior PreAld
en referencla. buscando con ello, este Comlt= nos hemos Ido a- aal al w6mo peoo. rnadle he agrada air Is
como blen tenemos derecho a partando mts v mis del aspect To me iermito sugerir, seAfor 'apasiguamiento" en ea
sunoner. el asegurar que los co- moral del problema. Be do era Prealdefte. que salgamos do eas td. Sin. embargo. com t
munistas chinos obtengan todo que estamos perdlendo de vista te matorral ecouroy de este la- peto quero hacer unS.
Io que han pedldo, v afin mas el hecho de que. de todos los berinto funesto. y subamos a servaelin acerO- de oa
tat vez. aspects del problems que tone- las alturas. dondi el alre es'tres- y ello eq: que podemu
Esto. senior Presidente. no es mos delante. el sapecto moral eg co v rgdrante.It, y brilla la Ilu en aspaclgusfmetto. no
16Jo una rendicl6n Incondiclo- &in duds el ml tlmportante.por- del sol, y en dtnde podamos ile- comido, sino tamltI
nal para las Naciones Unidas. ue as ese s6lo el que g axeura y var a un t4ratjino r ,pldo la pon- ln; ea desr. qu ..a
& un suicidio. ;ustiflca Ia exlatencia de ls Na- ILideracl6 del gran problems guamtleto.. no sl c0
Causa verdadero asombro el clones Unidas cue tenemap entire man, que rendimaos ante la dema
oue una proposicl6n tal como la Esta organ1wi 6n Duede sewuir es de unt cJaridad tan critllna, agresor y ha damot 1o
i'e comprende el uroyecto de re- heoy slendo IiflW t y poderosa one s61o aquellos aue no quhiren en .l wesptiau de gi
solucl6n. hays sido presentada en el mundo, sa a Oanr de verlo, no a atreven a mirarlo. cu maraha y modern
a nuestra consideracl6n. Ella es las batallas que vlerda.~, up- Todas estas cosas a que vengo 810o tamhbi. cuMn
atsolutamente Inaceptable decade cue Ulegarma perder tottlme fite etirlidome. le han dado. v con- condleloes d doeteori
to punto de viata. Las huewns la campala de Corea, pero no m .aAdadelo al i.j _uda en eun acino, nad
I-unsAefles de los firmantes del .rodria de ning6n mbdo segutr al r.d PelbI. eo al en camblo, le dNphs la
proyeWto se fundan indudable- siendo influyente y toderosa en finy .pale g q eato de do nlmAndolo aei a
Aente on una Iutal.. y7 bun en l mundo. sl Ie voltma lapaida es o p e P bus lee-. ]us detaandua y a tit
eas a de que ello no uers asi. a sa hoja de t ervlet plerde to, ha 4p re l' lasta su agresaO6n
-aialoi-eaUnldat no pueden mu prestglo y sa au did mo- presnatm e 1 J inh- 11 cuanto a at DB
ailtdrtar a sBs mtembro. a men- tal. no bAd que roprbeenta a un
tarse en conferentcia con un a- Lo que ocurri6 aqul el hmls, contar on- l. gcano eo
Rresor impenltente oara averi- seanor Presidente. euando aun- zadorea v polaoletqa.m tie- puaer que existe llthi
guar lo que estsria dispuesto a que par un margen Dequefo de nen. Por eempo, a ham dad. tud a nel easo de Otal

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derado em so t& a1uhftl vir-
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nos has "incurrio em angt6n
en Corea", y nadle n ega quae
Art&a e as m-blea ninamera
suave do deeir la ocam.
El proyecto do resolu as-
tipula -ute. -so e mpoogW n-
diatamente sanpiBtvea te c-
munistas chinos 'sew e uno
muy blen habria h1= erI
aon to"d Justmlia. 1N. hw .ul,
por a0nagiente. nada qtM gauda
causwar reocupat6n po partse
do ninaeuna Delegael6M.
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DeepSe de muchas estaclones
de ranm populardad de esta mo-
du. --I aA I s eelomodelo
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d6 l* o sda mus y awenllo can
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*anchando en las rodillas par
medieo d un volante pliado. El
elntur6t v la corbata forman
(Models B)
Para las J6venes a oulenea lea
irusta el ball no hay nada mAA
aproplado que los vestidos con
falda blen ancha y courts v con-
fecclonadoa con u6neros mauy fi-
nos. El disefto no muestra uno
becho en tul muy fino y con el
corpfifo ajustado.
Muy pocos de esato model se
ven en negro: as todos smy en
golores vivoa, coma rosado-sal-
m6n, verde, etc.
(Medelo C) 4'

Las earteras actuales son mAs
equefiasa que lam que ae umaban
en la temporada pasada: las cue
se usan para viaje o con trafe
die sport cadi todas son en iele de
cocodrlo o charUl. Muchas de las
cue ae usan para sport Utenen
una vuelta muy grande, ouyo fi-
nal se Introduce en una ranmra.
Las carteras para ocatlotes de
noche son una marvailla, hechas
en zAneros suntuosos y sus ole-
i res son de oro. perlas o iledrau
de colored: se ven tambi6n algU-
nos de plata.
(Modelo D)
Parece que Ia primavera esti
en el alre cuando ma ven apare-
cer las violetas, ya blen en el
pufio de los pquates. ya a sado
de un Dequeflo sombrero o en el
mangulto. Le dan tn toquoe de
tiegancia y alegran los dias tria-
teas antes de la primavera. *e
usan violetas tanto fruscas como
(Modelo 3) _,
Los abrlgo de coate astre
lana final son un proesagi de las

nuovars BMn of
Parts. nvai a
el fin del lnInTer
son muiv popular y muy manqi
Hlos en su eatlt.
Camblan aft. trash afAo ola-
mente en muy poso details. A-
hora las solace son ancbha y
terminan en un corte mu.v pP-
fundo. Doble hilera de botonea y
bolslllos eon vuelta formandO
carters son Io. untat de mayor
(Modelo F)
JACQUES PATH ha tentdo un
gran 6xito con su nueva cha-
quetsa orta confeccionada en
piel de gamuza en color. Esate
modelo es Igualmente atractivo
en pana o cualquier oro gi ero
de lana grueso. El cinthr6n. an-
cho solamehte en la part de a-
trAa. apjeta todo el vuelo de la
chaqueta y las mangas van qo-
sida4& Un eanesm amplio.
A.,.-Traje de mafian en Jer-
sey~rla, por el modisto CARVEN
con el cintura v la coarbata en
raso color azul media noche. Bo-
tones do plAUeo en el mlaso
color. La falda s plisada de la
todilla para bajo.
B.--GWuonoe a reir un poo"
ea el nombre qu e le ha dado
a este atraotivo tra)e de balle
diseflado por JACQUES GRIFPE.
Eata confeeclonadb en muselna
dc seda cajor salmon con las ti-
ra doe los hombos y7el escote
ancho de octa de terciopelo ne-

C-1--Carter para usar por las
marfnas, de charol negro. con
una vuelta.
C-2--Oartersa para vestir en
rauo color cbampafa con el atk
mea6n y el eaerre d oamehbw
D.--Ramiwll d t v loete- ga-
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ian caballero -e"tAo deod e
el smanpeerl hea*r. Para
el .hogar,. b oei uos, re-
cloas Jueg do ttaria y 11-
n-ilma loss. Today ee de apa-
rat o eldotrico, lo ts via-
ferom agenalois T as y oft.
.lpa O ofpaua. de 0n,
-en 4o conegutran psalm
lira dualauler punto del mundo.

aisgse 4e Hollywood

Katbrym rasoumn et aven-
.tajfano a ig Crobey,. Bin
tAvO que. Ap i bt ue sa
huit 1S abrUes
par oompuon dL -sut i--
bIifdadeua cautor. En catm-
blo. aIs Mtruig q la Metro-
patt t. aMa di-s
cumpl doe MW et edad-
L4 niAA, qao eats a la me-
not jrrouoasu, "Writt" en
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favorlta: ": p o .A-
fuira", en uras ptanoM ho-
ai sq. a na.
I mtema. nus buM*= cs-
so todoi mihpU^M, mi-t--
, tol *I prswo de u" erie
a' dEmce qaq tapriuiri la IM-
.C-M Recorai.

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21 director George Sidney y
el produjtor Carey Wilson eacsn
experimentando dlflcultades pa-
ra encontrar otra priinera dama
quo acompafe a Av Gardner
y Stewart Oranger en isl fuc-
ra producol6i de la Metro--
Gold Mayet "Scaramuoche".
Los dos roles ftaeninos en
el nuevo film Technicolor ain
IQualmente Importanteo y la
part que a6n eath vacant ea
de Ib que apreclarian- cualqui.r
actriz de Holywoqod, pueS su ih.-
terprete serA quien conquLta
el corasn de Oranger.
"Aqul reside el probleiha",
explla Wlmon. "Debemor ha-
lilar una Joven capas de dema s-
tar al p6blico que posee atr.c-
tivos especllea como para que
un hombre pueda olvidar a Ava
Tione quo aer algo muy expe-
eborah Kerf usMrA uno de
loe ats hermn l trajes forma-
es de la pr6tlma; temporada
socil. SerA una copi moedfl-
cads de la -tinica bordada con
cuentam que usf la astrella e,
la nueva superproducel6n
nuoalor de Is Metro-Ooldwyu
-Mayer, "Quo VdEw.
Cuamdo a actrtis ua6 el ves-
Wido romano,n uo as ecIna
que reproduce un banqu le ren,
qued4 tan eneantedsa on Al so
pidM a n readatr Bac eI
McCoy, que diseeira uno para
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La lacha contra el comuaismo
El Ejecutivo, en un comunicado mesu-
rado y razonado. ha pedido la coopera-
el6n de Is comunmldad en su lucha con-
tra el comunismo. Hast sahora no ha
contado con esa cooperacion. asegura.
En el comunicalo el Ministro de Gobler-
no y Justicla. Mayor Alfredo AlemAn .
hace historic de las medidas tomadas
por el goblerno para combatir el comu-
nismo y cita la Resolucl6n de Gabinete
de 29 de abril de 1950 que declaraba con-
traria al idgimen democrttico de la Re-
Dpblica today agitad6n o actividad comu-
nista, ads como el Decreto-Ley ntmero
13 de 28 da mayo de 1950 oue declas6 el
mismo principle. Este Decreto-Ley fue
reglamentado per el Decreto Ejecutivo
de 2 do unlo de 1950.
Parece quo va de veneida
Ia epidemic de poUo
Parece que ya va de vencida la epi-'
demia de polilmielltis en la Repfblica.
Han pasado mis de veinte disa sin aue
se registren casos de polio en la capital.
Sin embargo, las precauclenes continian
para evitar un recrudeelmiento de la
epidemia. Lo probable es due a fines de
wes se leventen todas las restricciones
decretadas, a fin de contender la epide-
mla. deolar6 el doctor Roberto Sandoval.
Jefe del Departamento de Sanidad..
Las lHvias en verano
Datos recogidos por los metere6logos
de Balboa aseguran aue las lluv.ias que
han estado cayendo en la sltima sema-
na son las mayoresa ue se o egtran en
los fltimos 36 aflos pata ls mlsma 6po-
ca. Begfn ellos se debn esas lluvias a
la ola de frio que ha avanzado hacda el
sur de los Estados Unidoe.
Para evitar la aftosa
Para evitar la flebre aftosa el OrRano
Ejecutivo. por conduct del Ministerio
de Agriculture. Comerclo e Industrias.
dict6 un decreto el martes ampliando
y adicionando disposiclones vigentes on
o\ referente a la fiebre aftosa y otras en-
fermedades que atacan a los bovinos. En
el -decreto se toman en6rgice medlidas
de tipo sanltarlo y ue eitableoe un a-
tricto control sobre la Importacln de
animals o species susceptbles de cau-
sar esos enftermedades. 5 foahlbe la In-
troduccl6n t e a rne, t l o-
tros production de palses afec o.
Un prenml doe la Aademla
Pansmef" is la Mlkirule
La Academia Panameft de la Wsto-
ria ha ablerto un cdauro para premlar
el mejor studio analtleo que as hbag
de las causam de la eman paoWl de
PanamA en 1908. 21 trlunfader reelbira
una meda51A de oro qu e otorgra la
Academia y a un prao do B 00 qsueo*-
eUlara el Ooblerno. Las bases y aca
del concuro me anundaran oportaa-
mente. ate eoncumo as abre ar con-
merorar las Boda do Oro de la Rep"-


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Deiges ea e -- muentm ,,.
lo6 e"ldu a ls phama du .

is Repiblica, doeetdtI1 ,
bl6 el jueves la vilit '
repren ntanth del C.I 0- 1g
Dpa5al el MinhUtro de
cia. Mayor AfrbdAle
Arias declare al sor W
falso uloe 61 se opuloera sl a
los sueldos a los empleados
en la Zona, pues suy por el contlMo- 5 D 1
ria con el mayor agrado quo a td. e*S 8
panamefios quo trabaWn eon I n M 2,t
Casal a sm saumentaran msum uM n Uns e ..
Sapendideds oeA prutams .
de ia Caja de Besmg Soel S
La Qerenela de la.OaJa de Be.uro 8 W- W ,I'
cial remit6 n co.unicdo que IMan el fl
cis la Ismpen6fta de pr6ptamos dei itha- A- BSS ^ "sit
dos a las construcclones rivadae. Be ha NraM EMsB! sin-
tornado tal media. debldo a ue el P- luntd del -De taus
supueato conslagns la patMa de un '. Mid"l de Oman0U
li6n doclentoa tamil balboas anurmae oa-l d Jq
ra prtdtamos con o sin deagravamen, is la
deelr clen mil balboasa musuales, pero twe.
en el mes de enero itimola laCaa de Se- Ina s it a l -
guro Social concedi6 prdotamos que .-
bre paean las cuotas destinadas a enero il Mlterloi de 0
y febrero, y por esa raszn w. esvpenden an to e_ e o tr
temporalmente log prdetamos con o sin Xz1 y-rectfleaei6n de
eguro de deoseravamen, para cdftlre a rrea general entire
Ia suma prieupuesta.'l 'troao d oa
La gasoelna be Los rId*ate de lPt
autom6vOile lae hora e due aM repa
Segin declaraclones del Ingenlero Ma- Ant6n y Penonom6., u
nuel V. Patiflo, Minitro de Obras P el cual estA en uy
blicas, aOn ser& mAs restrlnglda laI .a-
solUna destinada a lo& autom6vilUs oft.- De W5it aO Pamim
clales. La cuota ea de 35.000 ualones Los mkembroB die
mensuales, pero se ha sobrepauado ean neoyorultna The CMa
cantidad y so estA usando gasoline de la of the Cityof New Y
cuota de marzo. El Miniatro de Obras feller y Oto T. Krew
Pfblicas se propone un plan de oera- enPanamt Tlene n
dera economic. cl6n labtoaidrlcans.


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15 etes milia.
bajo fle rbanara-

eo National Dank
nas Tel0te mvllaP,
Ial e-tado. .

su cario la e-
del Baneo. Han

venldo. a viltar las cinco sucursales aue
mantiene en el latma el Chase y para
darse cuenta de la political del demarro-
Hlo d4t Interior de este pals. Estaran aaui
hasta el dia 22.
Name PresIdente de Is
oSeledmd de Inseanier
En is neshe del lueves toj6 Oposeal6n
de Proeddencia de la SOeMOd Pana-
inea de Intenoeros y AhNdtott t
nueva Junta Directlva. La Ms t si-
genlero Francisco Morales J.. el V
cepresidente. Victor C. Uvruta: Teoe-
ro, Camo BellUaro Porrm : D r
Publeaconas.. Luit D. Coume:qsro
Carries. el Bcretario GeneraL
El cootrel del prelo del a -res
Beg6n declaraciones del Ingeuero An-
rid e Linares. Oerente del Bamo AsOr-
pecuario, la Institueldn qua.dfg up
puede mantenr el ontatrol
ese grano en plaza a menos M ll.
mo Banco Agropevoario as cntifa
en el (mico importador de arrom en e
vais. Lo que se ha de haez, Cdilo el In-
niero Linares, pe oner.en vigor di-
podlclones more el control do pr m us-
ra en forms en6rgica aplcar as anclo-
nes que la ley sefala a los eontraventO-
res y poner tin en esa form a los abu-
gs que as pupdan cometer.
PrefeMerede Ib Estado
Unades pa la Universidad
De co iormldad con el Punto Cuarto
del Plan Truman, los Estados Unidos su-
fragara Rasto de profesores en PanamA.
PagarW 1os sueldos y los gastos a Me
t6cncoe. A este respect el @ erlo
de Relaclones Nzteriores so ha diriWido
a la Unlversldd parsa ue envie especifi-
caciones sbbr* las rnraas en las que ne-
ceuita profemos y oe aproveche de Is'
ayuda tecnlea ofrecida pot el Punto
Se pode ImpIrobal6n del
nomramento de EsqGivel
La Comid6n de GobMerno y Justo.
de l. A samble Nacional, Integrada par

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soe encuen yaea waerttA de fuinS
tro wpat,. 6 YrOJI.s Una n ryuin el0
25 del carrient en Chitri. a- Ia cure-
ha invtado lanadeutoros adeis diLMinis-
terlo de Agrlcultura. Qemerolo e Indur-
tras, a fin de eolleeR-losR piLnes e
qobiern teng preparados
d e c a .eie,_s d_ a ..,
ter a*o a cu Comeco a .

Mit turitam sue vtian a bordo del
bare d sla CUMA S4Ane. '"MaurWetania",

p la Beecida to soa ll
mentor de Nej.v ada,
leteri softw eia control samulta
eh ia oc alait' re do e
e ico las deDde
eccon *e Bead a y lBeR
Demori en proporolenar matedale
l Minister do Obp Pbimeass.
ieoro Manuel V. P9t61o0 ha
varlas firmas .t .lon
ra en proporclonar naterlales. au
bland prometido entregar al gaar 4

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MnS .a t o alaeandoeafr u i victoria l..., .t T. .r.erra ,eese:
o er v naval de lo Et

0dMl de -man a ter(eahnl. La no ouede evitar la aAre4W-0n co-
.a e de Ow- a

^ ^0I m b _oSn un 2h de e ema tad A e a o tr
*.~ W nt e.
el tro dn ~ rtec p de .Oearaa- d n-- H e.rig* do D'* 1boar
s"aw- do. ft :;onus d ff"e"ft 0iavlo pesaaaurepa

31aonm InnaflO s.oCam1f .retarlicao de Ustado. Acheson- ur-
Scae un are16n ov doU Unida as m lstesu ten

jv fines de UB to mA probable iW lavia IltarA un staque contra obre osflladMe la CIO. La hurelra
part.^^t Iae.a8, 8e,jxuuras an Bemb. r"IP c rAtl$ Albna. 81 Yu Joto de oas ni q aelan el f.w a. haldclardo a ecreoa defi a .por maln err d61ares. o urar
enral deEucacl n doct toAcheon lo E" ta Undog lu- hat negorlaUonl para toermnara lilease

S,, A' "tn, e6r Drvnavaltor de lado El coh rt. iar a un arrelo.
esa el Dc Prmrado Juan .Is -.n co-
doaUeatori es msita.e .mnuna i..on.luro nii tampoco ,upe-
S l, e r Antonio A. ios Roa em dedel Mtei anelosne ar Chinitor
SsfeDmal 1 tte O*el i Oe7 nttrale douyldne o amr d r l s 'Mn -%E Lake Success o tratoar, e ha-

SN p a n elhtalm i tedol u sebl en arntlan de e laefsorm ls d egl d hoira r ha do a brn ratdo ala anoe a 1 Ch3
que atituellas perlart carter. atin proraa. Buenoua ria Pr primer e por d Edequ com se estable-
L l dde mi -n representante a na reunl6n en calif d c6 a del TChinda omun los are' -

p eo del Trabao o a buscar una olu- aistien n Birmania nr Yuoe oi car nlavia ner-
S0 5 LT O 'R ln al conalcto con "La Prenaea". dp que ntoe oponen a dar paso contrga Peki.

' -- Japdni sept rA dee efio bl.. Mae Tue-TtIaI, entermI o eI MosI
as tA obso llad-a dstaaIs. 4 h .
L ..- 1i w w." de de te Hon Kong e el dIrKen- ,ii de r
a ate.,r o er tw- Lo Aher. to oe no Ui ha presents ua- (V h negolacionesarde termianar n 2) ce-
eiM. 0trW antA o an ltodn,. de he dos dA- har. war a un arreglo.

li e l ag t l la soeln de agetdo a todo esfuerzo hono- eor Presdente: Repto que
-Etoi 1a w0a troD o deaOltd Al nnist toenioMnuanda ROS& al ler aa eedar a re entendL- e. erdadero panrobon lema que s
Sstlstea to at ldene atlaCetleblo du e de la atoae chino- mentor con loa. om ta ch hEn Lake ucesste Comtratarns el de hla-
S aPodrAn aare n iAlIm ll:ret.b cs. Be ttareideneChform de* o u ei hor e sha anunciado aue brn tratad a las anaciones a Un Chi-
mOi6Aq enquelm tiaef- eprbgr e Sat e o al indlcato de Vendedores do Peri6di- na Roja par el Comlt correspond'-nwe.
l e el rtr ne por a cos de Buenos Aires acudlir par medlo El comta s estableci6 denpuos ain u e
Sde n reresntanda a un p reunl6raen en en l unt6 a cruc Chin la emunista de mra
Lo del o AlbOficina 6n conlla del dMinirte- en la Asamblea General. Al com do o
ro ampo ador de Nea de Trabaesoll6n poaresentabuca por un aolu- aten n Brmana n Yuoelavia te
Str Qewe ha6 e poc ex Deacones de Etadoa ren. de qu omse oponene adarpsos contraPekin.

an. a D raer y o que lo s Uns b co debe er reca- dores de los prine- epo de la Na
as -.ena.o Jan. .Lmx a A i trace ae lieHo a long d ae las Iroi-en- Ed. c.nes nidas, e bulenes Son s

il dapO a D hablaa c onde- teras de apana v Ma el Me- -desenores de su prentlaco v de
tadoUn rcon- o Orlente o qe s ha uetra lado a -la pq uetoD tender la mismo a meilla dos ve-
rar par a iderroctar I o n. Leo neme- u erto e dee no se ha press en- (Via el doctor Belaunde en s

ricano. caadoequeeanshtaead ronds eloente dcurdo pronuncado En cuanto a la Delecln de
fa -a hla ntresid eaPos t nct do cr areetado en todo esfue Crzo hon- ePanamar Prell ha dente: Rep oa squ
Qut uol.dkr" n 1. t1sd Mdncpls dolntinlntra do Finlandis. al ruble Pars llegar a un entendl- oe verdadero problems &ue estA
Greta ana eaa a lo cebra" aft do- al s chino- miento con lost communists l- hoy ante este Comt es elntra de I
Sderusa. Actfa el Vl epr ldente L Chien dv u ellosan eambin ha d exroytencato de reaoluNacionesUni-
,.. leo S por Mao. beeho esacarniao de Ia Naclones das. Nos encontramos. en un
a Ee aeret de OrUnidas. y a n rturastendo en- aiunto crucial en s rid ovo esta
ad lAl No-.ntroguemos eoreltosa Jos rues demands Inaceptsales. ml Dele- organizacl6ni Ha llejado la ho-
Las deldt'oroates We i ta E tadoe Ui o, Wlam mgacin consida elaue ela o vecto su vo, larueb I Toenemos todo
cam nIeroaS 2 rStao l obernado do Nqueva ork. Thoe- e a ara r treolucl6n presented par las ue sabe do por la en este
uLddao n W1 trIlbur s e q a Ms X. Elwey. hs"16 osre politinc ex- elegclones deJo .Estados Ara- Comit .outcries son Ion sostere-
rIk. ie .biM ar I.Dorirales. Torrk a7 traiea y duo ueo Ios u stados Urnidosr el retiticos deb ne trcha- c6n de lo Edprincios de las Na-
a sh.pMno Juan, oCor ho=ar A o tra a espera r al s fanta oh- peta. t es l ec.nd ab- Ames Unie condulene son los
retrato d l artista.- uf ond- ter de Wp dIta l eN y solut sta raz6nd yo nodel deenores d chiu reto como v de
asosn l. satados. Uniesl arrero. Todon e- do Orientey e oal podemo Ir ma a leoa t- r autoridad morally
Snerrw liboier0not Weberene ls dia habri ue eel o mlP. se- enn armadldoctorBea en launder. nCorea. v unor
sae o de oruem aenadsead. "Ponnamos elocuenteodiscurso pronunciado En cuantola la Delegacl6n de

De oie el Servio E praeUl at6meo de artollneria. r reldentme no obstante suCom t. dPenatio. ella ha defautorida de la
-Gro. a Gam, eihdada in a Isontrges de oarcitoa v naclonos hizo notar, de nuestro noslci6n. VotarA en contra del
do d105alos ruses". i6. sgran deaeo de oonolllacl6n y de royecto de resoiuci6n presenta-
Iaeaaz.e staeadboa recomendaclonen de Pelpin. ta plr las Deleaciones del bdag-
La.shrUthWstiu.ota 0W .m astihabiamos. on acatamlento a Ias oue de los dote Estados Atrabes v
cduds4and10E Btae1tadb0l2WEid .. .. E deMo Socretom do (us- Sagrad sEscrituraa. tendido vri- asuAticos. v denr au apovo entero
etaro- parI.nft6rfos veo rfdet do dos, William mereo una meJia v luep'ia o- vu vIto, al proyeeto de resolu-
Sdeaado e ha ro- tre mlla parser aoetea- 016n presentado par Is Delega-
gro :a tredlcl'n. g10m'. ha eder en :mou beha proare- d. p art al rechazo de nuestras cl6n de los Estados Unidos de
S Alea t sar e g eo ao an- r e ropuestas. ata es 1verdad ab- Amrlca. c ue condoena a1 rl-

ueraUer& d eaustg stagedrleav as e on tan nueniae ae
drettos", iia artiste. mpaaestigtaor Rcarms a soalute.,v par esta raz6n. yo no men comrunltsa chino coma agre-
atai es .de.. omrero. dec~mopodemos ir m6 lejos. sor. par su inJustifleada Inter-
lata Care Gamet. b r; ue aln di bri va Que el Evangll lao mrmo se- vencl6n armada en Corea. v or
Deor *1 flo icip lel s at6mo deta r Presidente, no obstante suuqsafo a a autorida4dlas
Sdo recomendacione de humildad- yeNoacaones Unidas.

SAs a Tom a orU Ifoy semprerlnn qupl
d.- d $ANSONr.mtentes d s cmuntaidas
SUnas y s conseorl- fuere!

It...nohiii.0os uydan-
ydrd dsza'. d do
nlat. en C7re. E] n~Ine1 ds ei 4ocianao dd s ma

.Is Dih y ipa ee.
.dal de Pa O Tome a -- capital

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LA GUSISA T M spa&Of-&"f trepu tj*aiiWi
mione rmn o al b u pa 4s Am euents ase ea
pared, huy6ndol al ftrio y en la eiedss gquoe la reeosa.

Los verdderos jefts dd...
(Vene de Is PC. 3)
0o ae hublera tragado Ia resh- ro&. el nuevo motor revoluclona-
blltaclon de su rival excecrado. rio e una empres audaz v to-
Lieraria, ya que al r6gIan Co-
La CerUus de Berre as un snunlsta estA lejos de star con-
verdadar ceaider eolldado.
Loas ue creeon atue Rat a
En Asmrica todavs as ento- China se pare ea. oameten un.
man himnes A Mao. Robert Pay- iwave error. Para camenar. no
ue acaba de haeer a erpacer an .hay alaededor de Chirna ortlna
olenas uerra de Corea, una de de blerto. Cada dia mUlram des
la Mora e nms omplna emnpl n- pross entrant a Hoang 4a Mi.
tea de la eelecl6n, un Nbro lue a Meoae. ultlmas posetaneftsu-
en un vais menos liberal uve A- ropeas. El trA ico tnternulonal.
anrica. seria conmmderade obo ablrto ao cladeatin. a ince-
una propagnda en favor del ene- saute. Al sur de Shanghai, qtlen
dnigo. Y. sin embargo. ls vida del tenga un poco de dinero y de
Lenin-Napolb6n thine, real- restucta se pude hamer ember-
mento mtaudo par la iWheraIt- car. En todo el Paeiflco. en
si y vileo a los m a asi-coelu- slashs. en nd eeTa
ye en una cruel pardoja:. enn esa Isla e n Ca Q&-
cuema de Tenan, en Is epoca lfornia mlsamsa, exiateb eente-
en que lreo @^ oo de caallo nares de colenlas hinas an laa
omras us do tabaeera cales cada maobbreo cnweerva
un hambre ndiepmedieute. Enaju con l tierra natal relacsonen
palafo de a Puertas de aIs Paz ae lamilla de una tuers lamea-
C(elste. a I. sombra de It anti- pechada pa IM oarMednUatl
gua ludad Iaperial. ate una s difcil aipedirle al Dueo f
presi 6n Irre y poiemenm- no el que Ie haga fraule al po-
to no queda de 61 sino au nom- der. Hasts aqul el emnualmmo
bre. -" nabia hecho sus expertenclas
El gento instlnttr de Mao le con pueblo dla pldnadov re-
bIblb dictado et que la revolU- viamente colectivlisdo. BSe ea-
cl6n se apoyara sobre el campe- cuentra ahora con is mn In-
ninado. evitando reforms dema- dividuallsta, la mAs eoseptica
stado radicals par una mm oce- y Ia mas mvil de lam naclnea.,
Sdad demasaado tradlclonalsta.
80 pr clento de los chieos son Hay rlelsteaela cntra Mae
cultivadoree y is mayor parte
de los que viven en las cudades Lon comunicados de raddi-
tienen huellas de la-loeba. Hacer cen: "Ayer. Isto uarnicd6n de
d una Infirna minoris de obre- Hankeou. fusil6 doce tbandidos

Destilado y Embotellado
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UANUs slCiiAM a c. LT?., 4WAsw, sctA i
4mm GeatM. IA Paa0 A Tel -8I3

., eal conuslade,

@sq am ca-
uiba 5 -s

con los nombre sli.ulente":
"La edBa doe seurtdad de
TcbouuE-Knx detuvoai 7 de d-
letbre. 11 ea aphibtedo-
"En 22 dias de expedlcNln con-
tra el baudidlemo. las unldadeq
del distritd m lar -de. 2Wea-
cheou-h an eterinaddo LO ban-
dides v destruido un.. dwtae-
mentoantlomunlUta q.ue opera-
ba en 1e lugar".
T ad r -el estalo.
La easeludtn quae ae npone ea
que Ia guerrilla antionmunatis
estA genaraluada. BAll en, sore
tedos aSeva y pelrn ea n a.n
China del our. ea deour. 1 our.
del Yauw-Tu6; 1 gran tAo mar-
ca una trantera. el Ulmite de doI
Chinas p"fundamente dlmeeen-
t lor urm hUtad6na 9, r s
a oearti eoe Wmashnems uedas
eO ~gar: Isa gmsm lW
En Urdmoaa. lag oflelesm os-
conallatag declaran oue eall
rpapareweran on el coatlnente
en ]la rirnvena. Chang Ka(-.
shek ae Queta de la neutralisa-
eldn de la tsla y ensays de que
baser revocar Isa
Tiuman ue ie probiben. tods
incurid en terra firMm. Afir-
ma que esti en condlelones
tomarse cualquler punto de
casta- desprovista de bro*ts
ieede is InterveneMn china en
Carea-y que oodria apodermrm
del nuert ode invasM6n de oAmoy.
decade done las fuerads del Re
neral Chen-YI han amenarado
m, uails M uular.
Ayuda Chang como iuede los
bandidos del litoral (uno de W&e
Je fees una mujer Huang-Pa-
Mdel) que circulan como quieren
en asum o.os bt.
EI periodlsta anelc.SO J10
0. Lukas ha pas do machos ldi
en medio de esta nerrllaa nAu-
tcas., cerca de la boess del
Yang-Tas, v ha traldo Isa demos-
tracl6n y prueba de que *s cost
china esti ablerta.

txie .ai oB~lA

left. -na sno dola I
del tionempoo usig R #AI
de an dof"=r teag 91W dip
envuelve oa *u eItP o- usu
deltead de aiiftf m ,
na atlva ww. ta- l

-a mplameae l Jarda e -

donde a m~ re- ,
Slate ya olvear

cal ohereo w eatreInk5ata

tdma Is '0511% nm la&Rg

uea os JS 4s eaI
f 4mei a. crta"dm. ln
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do o-U~aeM4ato
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dM de i alebut** y

El .Ooblerno de Washnigat.n
vacUa adn. Bu prejulcio contra
Cha"I es muy fuerte. a *lnlL;e
ae abn muy nitidos en aus aom
aejos de abstenocin. Pero la teau.
,act6n de resanmar Is guerra el-
vil crece a medlda oue I sani-
al6n de Pekin a Mosec es miA
Little. ...
Ems es l doctrine de MacAr-
taur, quien aatlene que Am6rt-
ca no debe combatir sobre t i
Continent astAtico eoa -sm go.
tnds soldadesldBO'jue debe uW
itr Ias grandes eternum dMvi-
6eimn de loT e de tmigl
Ormite. Una viola lev Usea d
sabalurfa, sOwtina e u e on

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L. V oi a P .ae, ,atlhHerona
lo no der ereeeintdeI nl
evidena s 4Appbt ab a mddia y u an (

mntes. de i

teotlando soe el ana amuer.
Sin streverse aW i* I.rea i fiscal SmiltUe v t
tonsearon a la :s
blain mA Veo onl

oaltordo ean el r ea. M; oeate aa
cadvenar prsentaa. nlu rau o Mi L ( i
revdenc ys ude un ertalble hat0e, da ertilD ia
El suelo y lo m eblae seAUL- A t am**at a dppi tre.
Las ropas de am C me naen m 5en. ha of Mt.
Pesordeno Is et0aba tfe o or 0.
warichadas y junto so AOLTJlLseregB O w.
vela una barra Ae blerro taria- t- looid
bia ensangrenaa. Ruelwlas eddystone
anfrientase ro anr la pa-s .v Levado al hooltal.
redes y la puer claando la do' ann ideotinft6 a lI
form de *aBlap- doM" an .u espea Sthel.
La ropas em no-eBtem- in r a la IPouica. .T
taban nombre al anaea, am Bna. al Interrqatori deo
Pero la vicUma ten% a en el ded o erta, dlo:
lo matrimon!a. do ft.
A Septtembre 30. a
EI mdicto foren- 4 s a atara
muJer habla m utte -sM g. wA
lioras antes do N Hte ella
cuerpo por Breadr y ra Ue-
ro. La vict ims .
rededor de trein tai
S o ase ato era t la
pelo grim. Eateo Ia al d- dParecia.
cubrir entire las ua c e wa di nweo en
ta algunos cabelrssn ad oa el aflow de VMS. a-
ce este color. a 011p1 2M 1m e ila
La policia tnt#. on in' meri t whido etaba e mera
tUrmino de idenUAlfIT I blafr' I db =. W
ta. Ready. duefi 'l y ID
nianlfeat6)que nilla
vioa toolr obvio s GSa ame".
su *iatmarle aWI*ted 40 prime v omietd
al edtiiclo n t ro
na y 5g9rffmenteG =8me as yS rrSLa "
aventure. Qume IsS 11 o
actuado en eto o0oft m I
to indeab0 el ci in j d a
habla col ado sU .i. me
rudarde. id M nr
ba enteramente. et. ". Mme 10
m6dica forense. 'u f laden Angler no
inujer intoxicad.a ao ,eU- iE o iOAe deo eld aleSino
culoes en eate d Sol I p1 g.. ime do babem. easodo 6sts
guro de que la pirism0tiW a ulatoeado regular.
esta c das le adezow4uo a *$s p i
ae producirse la t. "UV dim 'i B l 6 a casa ca Ilo-
Mnob7 me d a mme s "habk
"Entonces, si hubtiramos venl- enaentrado co su primer espoeo
de a ver Isa csa anteasto noha- h Qe w4e Imf ham b a lpeado.
bria ocurrido". eelam6 uno de Anterl vive an Baltimore, pero
Ion compafteros de Brekdy. Via b ,stat. poque se qcups
"Y por au n o 10 ieoron?". de iCOcostrulr emaM d ecava ".
pregunt6 el detective Rankin. Atkbi gr16 ue no tenia la
"El seflor Bready nos pidl6 aue mere ea de.quldn pudiera see
retrasaramos la vialta, con el fin eL msi0O d asu esposa v que
de tener tiempa de limplar la crtam tea. no habia aido 61.
cams". 0. -
"Es verdad". manulf t enth- 'l rUi1adM eote Interrogatorlo.
ces James. '*Pero no tuve o 0- el Ieal f a estiular el Infor-
tunldad de hacerlo, poroue me rno lo detectives so-
que ir a vender nsa cantidad da We le I ftIlgtalesIat halladas
grana a Willow Grove". t 14 Bready. Pertene-
El cadAver de la desconoeidda a i omtrem distintos.
fue trasladado a la n Drge )o el Po A deduclr que doe
hospital de Ablngton. 4% d.e mlow i g bn tenldo nada
Que la policia vestlgaba re- am. .W te&drien. Porque
platro deo aasmisihtoas e cona- l e'+5u f cero eran las
dados veclnos. UstestW att .neM. q A n ma lot ob-

asml nalxecorio@aI- --
IM em a so a e wrpn- 1
,at a u autda: mcildes: wrtra-
yente hable afornado que uSes- a0 11
saba por primer yea. Pes L d 1t ~ aI .1
mdic& o forenae informI6 .ue l D *idf
muerta mostraba Is claitris de t.ldbo do e
ina operacl6n ces esa practica- Beanma so
da por lo menos qulpee afos an- de Atkins aI
tee. pedirse de 6-
El dia uigulente. un hombir m-Sp'a.bte



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0 hbaeage del eadi eamed oe d ael Afthe (1) em l aaedrn de la jam Bpead& 2P
u 3At immgem ton e -me(igMa pfrispamg a No. gue ha*ha diMe es""o" de a
B am aa Mes (1)* Jin A-glt. 44) y a aPgd e ais mis Wao = amret IS). ,

urto en Batiuhowe y e saoAreg-
id a aintiaiasrt todos oes tauft -
aoawe ifNMW6 -a en l sa. MMdl6
aub gu of a.E nuesa srobd mu
. .." Ia I hm 8 humawd mu-
-ho de a' adfta y oef data
It tba dajo trees hUo- at.-
fasby u7as U ia-que vlvian con
.U aela piOerns. mn *I agundo
mara hbo ue tacesle a
t.l.lpa nsedm eseares. Po-
em dl oaimbade to del
faeer u ao y ono s e abandond
,a6 Un M gni bapards 61 la en-
CPt remdarmnt w vida ma-
trinc Pero nX meGM des-
pBUDoaft abans stra veT yI

Angler agreg6 oue no era cler-
to Mea la hubers visto reente-
mernte. y caonfurmd o diheo por
Atkins, de que thel aufria deo
amnesia cuando bebia.
jQuIfn era el aselno de e-
thel. pues, sise descartaba a los
c6 homabru que Bhaban side sus
esposos? Porse l huellas dial-
tales hall des on Is cams do
Breadv no eran de ninguno de
Como ocurre en estom cai., la
vl.icia reclbtl nameroes denan-
ciAs an6nlma que msefalaban a
dtversos culpable. Un mensale
afirmaba aue el dia del crime
mea6 en direccl6n a la gran)a
de Bready an automavil en que
viAsbaha doe mueres V un bomn-
bre: etra afftmnba aue en eo ua-
rro Iban trees hombre y mna mu-
Las aetoridades formulasron la Mne el victimarlo era
un amerno profemdoaal as deel.
un Individuo a quien se habia
ade pars que matara a Ethel.
s ase asnstat6 .ue laMs ~e-
a ds al del criminal eran
IanU as del individmo a Woes
S b ea eanconexid coin otros
44 ainAtcs dq mujorem eome-
U*m eN Ia misma rer an
titemo atris. Adem* habms
constatado igualmente que la
oeflora Atkins baMs estiao a'
com da d no ment de cldao
hombra deade oaae abando6 a=
cassi el bdo 2 de septiunhre.
Edas hoM fueren laeaMe-_
doa. Y todes tenian el ecabe -
grkt CWstn de tPa d"eron
uiplicat lSfaast enaumte M'
nmvlmleatO., durante la nohea
del erimpik
.PMe, L aentao WramM.t
a.neMI i ml nt u rm r et ai
MMd: et 'aaaciAdA WO.MbAL.

I aminante cnefai que. en eec- ce ckhicdlan aen las existentes
tW. Is baba enostrados nnan en un la e m de Bready.
thbram. "paer estaba tan anteod- .Tals haella. pudo flnalnien
ada qu o era aeambl e aar un tc deeeurlrse. eran lau de War
stm lSeIe can ella". par lo cual ren Whrood. el mrmo a auien se
I deJ6 y e fue a n ears. Bu buaseba en eaneidte con el ase-
UpOa lar que William ha- sansto de la sel5oar Oertrudis
bia sgresado all bog come a 1tla oeurrido tit semanas an.
las 11 de Is mafana del martes te en Flladelfla. wood fue de.
28. acetAndaes Inmedistamente. tteldo r aU partlilpacd6n en el
Tratando de sluonar el mli- de an autom6vil Pero ea-
teri, las autorL d dispuideron bia ana duds todavia. Era *i-
adItlr al pd ou eeon nsa la wood a verdadero nombre, o se-
en did e a colo6 el cadaver ria un nombre also adoptudo
de la Is era Atlua. Actuaba oar agune dq lais ndlviduos oue
najo la toaeas ollelast de oie on aompaaron a Ila sefora Atkins
a Slmo dIeinmpre tlode a volver ourante so 6ltima aventura ?
il aitlo en donde comet6 su crl- Para resolve esta duda fueon
men y sempre que made trata Ilevadus a la estaci6n central do
de vor. una vs mA a su victi- nolaia. Todos se prestaron vo-
ma. Qtzls centre las doeenas de lintarlamente a la Identlflcacldn
curine aue4deailarian trente atl Ce ss huelasu dactUares, excep-
eadaver de Uthel estarla su vie- o Earnest. Y tenla una poderosa
imaurio. Por lo tanto. varlos de- raa6n nara ella: Porque las iu-
tectives eatableeleron una vigi- yes coincldian exactamente con
lanea Insceante. examinando lis haildas on la hab aclon en
eipecilmente a los hombres de done fue asednada Ethel. p
eabeDos alrles. Confrontando con esta terri-
Pasaron varlas horas v mu- b:e prueba. Earnest admltl6 ha-
chas Derona deafilaron ante el ibr mentldo al declr que se ha-
everpo snh que e producers na- hi soeparado de la sefora A-
da de particular. Pero finalman- tktin el martes 23 en la mana-
te. va cerca de media nace. a na. OCanacl muy ben la gran.a
hombre bastante e ro e detav dt Bresd. porque unor famiha-
frente al cadaver, exclamando: rs mayo vivian en la e eindad,
'Dios mio. em ellsa" y abiendo aoe sutaba dehsabi-
Detenido inmedlatamente, di- tada. propuo a Ithel oue pas-
Jo llamarse John O'Donnell. y ran a noche all. Penetraron en
repentlnamente rtt6: "Pero yo la cas romplendo una ventana.
no la mat., lo Jurol" Unas hora m6 tarde. bajo la
Luego explc6 ut habia en- Influencla de llar. Is sefior
contrado a Ethel on una taber- Atkin comez a nsultarle v
na de Filadelfa Is mee del aM- ILeoo le atac6 can una barr de
bado y aue trash de bber coplo- bierto. usad pars sotener cor-
isamente se fuert a la car de tins. N le ouit6 a barra la
61. en done penrtaMeetirn aias- gpea a sou vez en la cai e
ta el hum en Ii ma8arna. Tuvie- veees. hasta aue IS mujer
ron luego una violetta diputa. cay6 bafiad en sangre. Luego
durantela eual iells e arranc6 M iu6.
un pualdo de oabeloa. Bran Ae- Ante esta confesi6n. el jurado
uramente' tto s l h gue uteron delber6 apenas onos mlnutos,
eneontradoa en. so ufas. Pero declarando a Earnest culpable
,huIo se reconlliatn. Y poco del aealato de Ethel Atkins v
Ipeo despuoas sOvswaar. Wr el Jesm Willta Dannehover Is
ete hombre 0'Dolhnll ot e a ae etenelid m arir en ia sill e
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Articulo inhdit de Piere Descaves

. lPierre Jean Launay. auen es si6n total, mientras se inicia en-
!," uno de los mas destacados escri- tre 61 y la oven Lisa un Idlllo
Stores iranceses de la generaci6n de upa gracious puresa, del cual
- entire 40 y 50 asos, autor de nu- Lisa sera victim en circunstan-
;, merosaa novels y poemas que class dramAticaa. Esto es lo que
e- hban dado merecida fama, a- uudria lamarase la partoe direct
'eba de publicar una obra Ludo- de la novel. Junto con el episo-
vie Poss6de. de la one la criti- dic do otro drama en el Que Ro-
ca se ha apoderado Inmedlata- binne se escape de hacerse ma-
e. nte en raz6n de las discuslo- tar detendlendo a Ludovico.
S Des provocadas par el postulado contra quien ella mama excltars&.
' ave contlene. a un verdadero malheehor, em-
La novel ea tanto mis actual brujado vor esa loba voraz.
-euanto aparece pocoa dias des- La otra Darte. fundida on lai
S ueds del sacrilegio perpetrado en accl6n general de la Intriga, me
uestra Sefora de Paris. el dia maniflesta en forma tndirecfa
d. Pascua, por un oven exti- con uns stractiva orlginalidad.
Stncallsta. Con ocasic n de este Le dap de beer a Ludo lco un"
sacrilegio. el pbilco aso ha ante- filtro compuesto por una bruja.
* rado de aue hoy. como en la iE- Ln au confeel6n. ete dira que
' dlad Media. el exorclsmo sigue o- "ha visto al demonio" y ha sido
cupando un luRar muy impor- su press. Las precialones que da
tante en lon ritos de la Iglesia. sun IMpresionantes. LC6mo esor
tanto que cada di6cesis tiene anu salvado? Los psiqulatras 1o a-
exorclsta. Y en Ludovieo el Fo- bandonan. y 61lo un sacerdote
moso P. J. Launay trata precisa- le devolverA la saluad por la vir-
awente de loB problemaa relativoa tud del exorciamo. Sobre esta
a sla fe. a la posei6n v las prAc- "poseal6n". descrita V vivida por
ticas salvadoras de la relilg6n. Ludovico. podrAn eJercitarna lam
La intriga del libro nuede re- discusiones. Sus demonlos. Ipes.
pi.mirse asi: un ingenlero do o- y Abrigor, que o ilnan, roen .y
ripen normando, Ludovico Du- amandan a su victim, recuerdan
Sjialne. hombre realist. equll- aouel mensaJero quo teia .eam-
o. rado. tante egoista. Uegs. en bargado al h6roe de John-An-
1936. a un lugar de la pintoresca tolne Nau en Foea Enanemle,
r: wovincia de Corrdze; donde va a pero lamis habia aido evacado
W rlgir los trabalos de una re- el problema de las poealin con
S.resa. La reti6n le ea doblemen- tanto aclerto v veroaimUlitud: .de
S. hoeatl. por las cosa y por ls aIs poseslan entendida oamo ia
Saere. A lsa coeas. la tdenica mo- aominacl6n total, flalca y-moral
..dena losa domina ficilmente; no do un aer por un Intruso y de-
4'. a, a los series. .No va a susel- monlaco. Y el m6rito del novells-
t. re un Anima de realstencia an ta esea en-no haber novellmado
medio de una poblael6n sun pri- esta part ede su narracl n. sino
m- _itiva y muy fiel a aus tradicio- ea- haber entregado son bruto el
seS, para salvar de' sl destruc- resultado de observaclones "cli-
6n clerts capta eon la que so neas" que atestlguaa las pmDo-
rconcentran las creencias v lo- IUdades del exorelsmo. Sin dud.
Sendas locales? Pero no se trata cabe preguntarse 1s. cuando Isa
de la historia de una represa lencia s e muestra tmpotente. el
eii la novel do Launay. El ver- viejo y autil arsenal de is ihsle"s
dadero drama se urde n torn puede tener un oder salvadow
de un conflltoa a lsa va tan decisalve efleas. Otro. pe
tual y carnal. En el ento de la peuntarin al el heehiao de Lu-
comarca y de sus Intrigas as 'si dovIo o no brA aido so.una -
cue un cuatiflo, y ete. e castt- onstruccf6n hnaginativa. ema-
S lo, en torpo del discrete seftor nada de un serblue tenia el o-
de-Guersain. viven uniu tfh-M-T el espirttu 1 a e osentido
rersonas, abuela, hilas, espososx s'sfmotd.. par una. aerle do
y padres..en esa teni6n que cau- dramas. Peri1oLde Ta .nvela,
sa. en las vileas famillas asais- con su serenidad. n-W-ae nen-
das. la exasperael6n de las pa- par que, on el domllode N
stones oculta. De las dos hU. babildades, la aventura doe
Ia mayor. RobLnne, eas ya viuds. dovico es verosmIL "-.
y la otra Li2ao aspira a la aslola Ea es la novel de Pierre
de vivir. Ambas van a disDutarse, Jean Launay que. en dosclentas
con arms deslguates, el coras6n cincuenta pvgna---bnsa m re-
de Ludovico, que no tendra para Rular. dlmenaldn de .la.J.vl.
lenderee m su buena fe trande reeaone a Bsta A.
v el perfect dominlo do amua ne- viuakto inq ite e04)o w. fat-
S los. stores lc @O el oql-
Robinne-es an gran persenale amieto humazo-ly sobo humW0-

e O: a m V. atorita.= ~e .tw -mo.nsl
Alm-yus land- saun mose mA si .
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sando a *nuestra homenjeadft dc
hoy, la diatingulda mrofom.ra
la Facultad doe SBes AAhm de 1W
UnLyersidad-de Csta .le* M
iorita Lola FrendfAn ecombt ,
Jer. Conftao que no .,m ait
c Lpa. Pero. ehn cam
encuentro conflado e 2nto na
la ublesal6n de Lola s Fbna
dontro del movlalents de la inio
tura modernsa costar.rlenae. ,
que, an eate caso, woeo mOjr.
fuente aue en Io anterior.
Con motive de mi vista a C
ta Rles en 193. pude api-elar
eti segulda que oen ese palse es*.
taba operand& una aleudabie re-
novaeton n n l arts pIatse,
principalmente en. la pinr
Por primer ves an ml vida ob-
ervaba personalmento textuias
de espe al acabado oue tluatma.
ban .eno-de amombrosea-y, pao
ra-ml,. nvedoam--expresl6n pII-
ties. Notd que all, entrleitres
J6vwefs7 domipabs
emcuela .uena pautkculan,
s=n que fermentaba soberana-
amentla lovadura de la lquit
tud y el progress artditices. Mn-
tomee yo intuJa, ms oue entin-
di. el agificado doe ee movi-

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Me una amorosa calms sacdndhad
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orme oa acudda nl6 too ml sme
on Ia frialdad de mu imPacto
neaperado. MlI prner Inipuio
ue parcoloqua mi diestra elpI; aroell
onmaoc.n el asoclb de laons-
ente montr al terror tdn apre-
urado deopertan r de d is as-
rlares: nero ya date doercare-
sa entire lam redes de wa eipU-
.a circundante" v, eonfiu ua -
e. sm lo ra perciblr.loa poOstrror
iovlmientos aue clamtraban las
oras succlun de ha soe rnsml-
ida. A ml aldededor, ndie -
qjiaba haberse poersttdo de a-
uel rolpe do mar. La esnoue
lancha humlana ermanecla lA-
nt erable.
Con justlflcada vehemencia
oiprendi la tares de recaperar
i prenda extraviads. Comenoe
so excavar el atleo donde mis
los bablian reido ver jl s vo ltI-
ao rastros. Lueso enmanch6 el
idio de mis a qulesd 7 una ea-'
slel4 d elrio a buisat. mus-
ituy6 al prefer ardor de ml
heaueda Infructuoam. Ia spre-
ada Joyra no apreecia y, en
iinblo. Ioh Instable mesadllal
io freunttlef mane desemnte-
mbanM montones de reloesa sin
neontrar el mio.
Atemorlado, corrn haca losa
cIntos del ealor v del Inmom-
to ineluctable. Entonces. tuve la
maso1idn ed uts mi7 padres
llsban detra de lar cort-
u de la muerte.

Trafa saya apretada
muy hien hecha la cintura.
Dije: Dios te salve hermana;
aunque vengas de Arag6n,
desta series castellana.
Respondi6me: "Caballero
no penadis que me tennis,
pues primero probar6is
eute mi dardo pedrero...

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eitatfavse en 53uel5 etuded.

t See" la flmtebre. BuS
altes y mi mmuroe no me
eran oxtrats y la gbrlts quo
enti eorrer entire los rboles te-
ria also pomo doun rio tmillir:
ae* una bries- u no demtonocla
en tod. sme vertolono.
Una veia obM a ite ms e no-
vi como un nado0r 6 ue avanwa
en la mombra had la lus de log
cantlesl.. M ioleo e despeJ6 do
reente y euiMltut y cables to-
-rru es kgrs m n al sb de lae
nubeaso oaWw M tn rrden ur-
ban do Jardm y p edIfieioe de
elegant memura remponia aL
contaeto doe mi o.o reln a- -
blertoa. o re.nn corradoa. tal es
la Inoertidubre que shora mj
embargLa Itb m instant creo
que tranbearrI la vertiginosa
memorial de wios amisom y vis-
Jumbri la ,lmasen de Laura he-
cha de musao: mas blen. la vi-
sa6n de una tapla eubletta de
hiedra done una lejana novia
aguardaba sus reunion de a-
mor. BSto pertenece al olvido.
to menclono bajo la oscura nre-
n. onli6n doe ue yo era entonces
el sumlio protagonlata del suefo
de un durmiente misterioso.
Aquef'dia la ciudad somejaba .
conmemorar alRni aniversarlo
festivo. Rarea galardones y ban-
deras oendia do lai ventanas v
de los balconies mAs notorior.
Delante de una mansion de re-
posadas Ulineaa me detuve atral-
do *or mu clars belleza. Eataba
solitario y smulttneamente me
sabia acnmpaflado do alm oaue
era superior a un hermoso re-
cuerdo. De muchas maneras, las
columns y arcos de aquella ca-
ma p oelan la wrena estabilidad
v la aspacible gracia de mls p-
orea. Recuerdo -haberlesa eseu-
chado declr aue lam comas mate-
riales terminan por parecerse
notablemente a sus dueftos.
Me aceraud a su ouerta v pos
ije dedos obre el platinado bron-
ee de so Ierradura. Un dulce ca-
Jur aacendld por mis venas, un
calor eordial v rofundo. Cuando
eoil ae abri6. .sent! antes el roce
del pestole y un tenue aroma *
do violetas. Podris asegurar,
tomblin. Ue uina figure huma-
nrlzafia suro6 eu leve estels do
luz en la penumbra hospitalarla
del vestibulo. Sin embargo, na-
die .me reciWa en el interior
del amblente. nadle que no fue-
ra ml propio rostro reflejado en
un espeJo circular.
Lo que-vi en Io habitacl6n me
confunde todavia. No consigo
eaclarecer la realUdad o irreall-
dad de los hechos vivldom. Sobre
una mesa estaba el vleJo reloj
de Jos abueos, el reloJ aue des-
apareci6 baelo una ola aquella
tarde de Julio aue stuve en Is
Wlays. Alcance Is querida Joya y
hul del enigma con pavura. Jun-
to a un vieJo puente de piedra
tuve el preeentlmlento de acue
un nifto Inesperado contemplaba
su adult rostro sin aaberlo.i Ml-
re bien: emas criatura pe parecia
aeombroamente a ml Infacia.a

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La ilooooia doeIs Histeral: | irvencla individuane nuetras. ranll (Mary aswm0 d2JIeaa P i
la i a Bistor : lvenc lndldul n Gnco- Manealo doe Ishn Oc- 1or l 1eaa- rn"ifrnospenrnm
Motlvos orofundos. vinculadon mo dice Hegel W reconoelmiento eldente. Madrid. A B
la concepci6n del mundo que ae que todo el proceao htlat6ico Acabamos de reU tl"
cad a ndtviduo posee. han neva- estA regldo par los principles su- oars de Manuel Oramell e Guo6el* s IVm imSmt
do a los pensadores h ues han qremlos v unlversales de a Ildea. tllula 4L6glea"n Oaramel l au- ,
sentido eu today su Intenslidad Is Por eso vemosa Hegel proclamar tor deaotroa do n lbro ide fondo l Al.I,'-r
vida hisLt6rlca. a la cimenta- oue en la Historla Universal hay flos6flco; "CartuIou6fc a IqLS&i
clon lenta pero progruesist se a Iseroa. dlreecl6n, Un aentdo quo una Mujer" y "e a as doe aa- la. ralst,? d d
Flosofia de la Hiastora. Mlentrasu olo es aprehenstble lor el pntla- rin". y pronto apaiecerin 1s aL l s D I
la Antigledad Claslea fue Inca- nilento. "Mirando al Putura" y L"0ntolo- mnAs. T m n e del?
paz de concebir "lo historico" v La pregunta Iniclal de Isa FUo- la del Pensar". a Iti= fqio .
conebras no tuvo una cabal v- sfienera la Historia ? Cuee ers Eats "Lde ginca".s 4de ranelL 104 #ass W a
tinmo sde lo echoes hst6r del hecho hacquell double averiesenca del ob- unto con nptudo blen evo raionea a d
SFitosota de la Histor comofue la leNTID del process hist6rlco. toda- llarela nentreelonal v tradose e van o d
osible. no poruea ladvrt fla el he- rento tde n pote? La ndafueracn la ue utimos pensale s relac ioa- Ju i Im: walsdon da
cho sencontraba enro tradcende atraso. mueve v hace sto a motivos di t6rden los on trabaoelanDel nos b del dberM 0s m n es, a
del pasencllamenteas foraue no vida fco ( el 6sobetos San ACun e en la motor autr ea l ca con de n at no umno a

coceal a oHira, del desarrollo d ue evolucn het6rica la Dresencia Cos dl beG la1s6d de a laS Cgoet e Ab'o les l dottao w
Sluuesos ta n virtud de una vou- de DImpuls. El tecado ov rilmero e nomenhast lel lfor lmo kantlana Crth eh o. a
luntad dmoivna. ercat6del hecho haunt de osble resencaue del ob uceso con uI estudlo b ien Ileva tra- se l~*s se psp i
ist6rilco. tan prontoeer hiscom de la eto salvacricon. De i que la di- lal eac6ne s a tradcons. Doe de lo retto- s e la A no
iente crtiana advrt elhe-ran ientoria sea parte La 1 el ndagma de rly la 6g .n deeatsl Innccl de Te le 7 el haber practicado al durant
lo sen m llo, ero tra cau ndntaltimas la salvato motives dvlden a los su trabao Oranel mpno atablad el d
del paso de unas foras en t6rico. L da f"R- dice 6sofos. S Mor. La posti n re de los estuda i poltia de el do por el fuego dourante a l
social a otrasc. dncapal desarrollo rde evoluc6n hst6rica matresencla omte. del saber vaIs 6gica e o re o o Co la egunda con L ezamen d
d success en virtud de Jamus depara Dis. El ecado original e hace s fenmenia de la Lgicay del saber to- rads mndeal po sge Goman- t, I a d o squ
lua notd 6n dvin ee uccidentr se onto de arras determinac del poes d nal"6gca en flconocmosfla ders tradlclones. Dos do lo re dfeet c l- D s m n Lno
ni6 en pasa de acontecer hst6rcod de la sNaturalvacn. D ahi pect y pre ones bre el omun d, y ninn m
y quso averius tarcude es eran iota torla esea paras d el drama de ran vital. rian e--el del Inner Temple '1 habPrier practical dusante
loJa rmotflexs 6n las cauasltimas- obre la salvac6n d el hmbre com Interesar dea los mpatzado- del Grays Inn-fueron datra'- afi, par Il mend.: "
tadel deocupenr hist6rco La "Ra- dice Ferrater Mora. La poslci6n res do los estudia filoso6fls c el dos par el fueao, drurante vIr
ztrn" clisica. lncapaz de salirse opuesta a data es la materialista. capitulo que el autor tltuha "E- bumbardeos deo aqeuunda con- LOs Bexdmenes Be Gviden
de surealza propel trniteso del as tu- arnte abcuala Historla obrsehace a sencia de Lgla radclonallata. ro de neee durante man -erto d te, y as ddato
mv a nol6n de enor e sucedere, de Niraclas a la dBerminaclonesl de naldo Aqul conda partemos la ers- nmero de tri eatre-. O S Peten
ese pasaro en la sevidr haca adeo- de Naturaleza: Ia concep6n ti- pectvaa y precslaones sobre el earDo en omunle d, y ninegn Las ma terl qu as I spe
late que ms tareh iorlce notar pica es el materalismo hstrleana. origin d16ga algoritmica 16go dos an- e ante Duede omensar a I mere amen, e
Loa relex6n d aue hSan usin. Es- lones sobre a FIlosofia de IS Hlsto- de uesto de so d e la 16g l ob- isJe'cr Is profe a6n i no a iS exn natetiB 1 1 ~. ed
ta preocupaci6n a hr saber c6mo la existoriuna Unbiblveiografia bra eto 16gica y lgra verdad en i 16i fido all! un detnslmnado nmme- de s atudlds, vers doe cco
se realize ntmodernsitonv del acver al tdispensable pundantra un com a obra caso detancia 16gles v ralonlsta, roa e b eses durant un erto later: Drech
nos hfana trado unar u se realia f de Ncols Berdiaeff. sentido La eunda cpartso modo la misma cat- nmero cole t. meatre. Dpor me rcha dela ontitual
esofipaso en Is vida de los horn- dstora. storian oldanotable obra ca" trade sole Ia logistics. unque n o dio studios dederecha oneaune ma). Cntates aa
bre a Yde los npueblos. constltye deo Max Scheler, La idea del hranell eue'cuando se hab la Geren ho7 yaros uli o y e sda Co- tis. Doerehos o de*
o interndla losupremode lalos- Histombre v ia Htiendtoa". y la for-se de punto"mbllEnca6sca egmteds leglo ado Abagadu sigia o er-enl Las ael e
detoria Huna tola.borl6n conceptual mdabe realzacn modo ellanxpreso conocem6ca algoritmca ante Lca vand je elosemente us tr pl uen tre o Eead
deLos ensadsres ue an roen- v dLecclones sabre las cnceposofne e dentgbrca hitolgebra de ia loRi vilegais. Pars ejeroer Derechox.m Ode
tplasdo e arravenca hst6rde la en o del mundHistorta Univese nacle". obra In- 6gca pascon Lericatz y deon n punt o Cuando a n alumno dha Ge |
mi intim del mundo de sus conviccdones. dispensable asra ue formcabal co art- ncluso de l6gica deduqntacl6n bl- Deiene mucha auno' d loa ado o m n
nos haotraido unarma6n ndo efo- rensro6n de las Filooflas de ia mienta en clerto mod ia misma cCuatro coloegic s Y datbo s, pr me- cas do e I ran eafi .
sofias de la historla que respon- Historla. Sin olvldarnos de las acthvidad clentiflca. aunques nO odie ouna organizacitn conjun- en 6lmaterias ine-v
ena otras tantas convicclones orecisonepos dSpenler y de Ar- deLa er en esprte trat sobdentifie blerta uonattun uert cn ert al com dora eneraldurnte
bsc de este de auel f:o- noldo Tynbee. s llenidoosofia e i cde la actual e- den nominal certas confun Bertone y la mnadr.m- cones de olictar la
fo Sindo Iilosofia de Ia His- Istora tiende h y a vinearse de punto". En ea s16egunda par- u ete nada aboad ante lo t t'
Stors una elaboracl6n conceptual mLs v mAs. v de un ma'no xpreso te conocmot, los prmerobabs ante, ondllones puedren er adv t- e de Inrlos. daderra.
e certas creencas muy pro- v decided la 16ga ladel "nrconcepcons cdente hitrcos d oa". lo a dos timbn estant xtrn
plas. ue arrancan de la oincep- del mundo. a ese n cleo de Intul v ca con Lebntz yla 16gn un unto Cuando un alunuitodo Iha .a
cl6n del mundo de cada uno de clones nuestras- ue forman el aparte, e dofu r damentac6n de Or1g- Dra de ace muchndlal, sei ator bad los exmm fn aflrmac6n no es, centre de las vivenclas de l dis- ca de lasemat.emitloasa. C olegl Abogade tlenen a- CumpUdo elaarequa e i an
per 1 otanto, una negacl6n de las tlntos tipos de hombres. La termera parts trata sobte blertau sumuertas. con clert"alt comedor general durute .
la vlnculaci6n d e I l&ca iLs- rerade atodos I cludadanga- time, trend lo quedatro n O, .0i
c tas: el sentido de la actual e- doIte ren oertafde la IbosCa- clones d maolictar qe la d
N d l n oluc:6n 6gcar Is la 1logica d Intul- odnwoalth. En det lads cc me aboadonte l n trib '
(Concl n) *malontaon en ordre lache") 6go da probab llsta, ndon, pueden seadmi- ta de Iaterra.
Todo en esta cs est dis- atto abierto ("a courtlca del "gneo dos". Ia doe tambln a dltes ea tran.
pueso par la explota6n agr- reuelve el problem de dar al a- Como artset final de la ao e o z6 conuc er Cmo del Afric ha dhontal
con una presentaci6n la L6a In- 'o6ede aentfoenit vis al anaus- mae, en" oNo l osdo cat
P del nore acasa w ANGEL RUBIOnes exen- la e al Ra6n Vital": las ba- U a od o e l. etudlo en merl Coa se
ue no se tocan (case primetafralcas oeis Ilanvegsl a- te en ele s e n clod l.e& Aboadg d ead.o ay t 5am
4111 e'.6n-ortuiana.doeIs. logLlal. t alintela o naGrim

S0 ye-LlejadG. Holanda (LeWmbelerad) y ue del hombre con peeo lar-a- aue a t ,uin st arriendo desCde ha
pesTodo en e as. csa ast& dis- patio ablerto ("a court ouverte") nia, qud es la logicidad.dtf al dGer r pruena o s .mwndoi en la uiald

cnru dbrndfuera-del recnto dtcos en res lanr lo en d y07 Inla1 t de lAS rc u r ll cd Orentral ymS
pledstora cochexplotacn agri-o s y con un pastaderoble n pore darl a- Como part finalberue del cam obra tra us o alonot en la oe Africa Occidental. Dear
cola. disosln ue conviene a rcultor mayorndependeas sobre 61 ya tesno spDarado de la1caballeri- oActica nerudcal ds aea repec- en la Unto l mundo
expletaclones grande. n ceor- segra comunqe depltacl6n m aS reionado con les "6 riea In- dos. Los catudlos uelen duir ds etadoo cae er
states. Predomna en Francis fAcl y meor dcl fundame. Contaclones e dia" "Nyya" y el interior r abre luatro a Middl e Temple, an d la
del note (acasa en walona), pro- de varas construcclones exen- Is de unfl racin dei predleadoyro- e teneo ded uenta l uior- rra de 9-1 01. oa
longndose por gica (Hesba- tas u no s tocan (casa alber- l primeros la atiabo a orteulano e muel orbe. La dell Ne mer a de
e-LieJa. Holanda (LimbVr) y gue de l hombre con peuef j aar-. a la que n d volme 6 n el hnela
poises del Rhin. La producc6n din. caballeriza. establo. granj. den de ultramar. prdinc n alute temlo. D n
zroderna ha hecho necesarno steroclero. cochera. etc.). cons- cdo Is
construir, fuera del recinto de ttucciones en direct relaci6n ra el or la venirdel anad y ny Indiay el Africa ecuatoral.ts I eI faleeeido d neralBd a
pedra. cocheras. cobertizos y con un pastadero. blon porque antener el albergue del cam- In true aesos alumndad eo a dades de las o t mlnta brl
tallere: mis is armadura in- estdn levantadam sobre 1 ya vesino sesarado de ile caballeri- M-ctica judicial do sus resp.c- en is Unidn Suratui
terna permanece en orden ce- r oraue comunlqen dhrectamente za y del eatable. Tales construc- Uvos pales, yen las bllotecas sus estudos. comease rudo, ur
rrado. con 6i. Preocupaci6n fundamen- clonesa se dimsponen en el Interior de lon cuatro coleglos hay soe- Middle Temple, aIsde Id is
L c en rden cerrd dear entre dnt e un granati pantado v r- clones dedadas a uri rr o 1899-1.
deado de lgrandeb Arblols. Rn Is & oncla doG cad todo el mundo. Gandhi as shemo a m p
can0 flamenw-("horfstedo") al ,(u biblioteea gozan do fI ns owTemple, en
albergue aa de famnlia da frente e tods el orbe. La dell Lin 'a Nehru, amer mis
o le g ase. p or acaemnordo In- no). mima dest
do de haysm. us tra os reflejn No as establese 4stinldn al ['fusac Ge louk DmulinsI 2
.. BHn gusto par Is Indepondenciavs gns .entrsoe ostudanteaor I re de destUadma

Normanda.Red Panamer na
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