Duel National. - Was Declared By The Disappeared In The Trimotor "juan Of The Valley".

Original Language Title: DUELO NACIONAL.— SE DECLARA POR LOS DESAPARECIDOS EN EL TRIMOTOR "JUAN DEL VALLE".

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NATIONAL MOURNING.†"It is declared by the missing in the" Juan del Valle " trimtor.

ENRIQUE PEA ' ARANDA C.

CONSTITUTIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE REPAsBLICA

FOR HOW much, the H. National Congress has sanctioned the following law:

THE NATIONAL CONGRESS,

DECRETA:

ArtA-culo 1A °.â€" Daclà ¡ rân duel Nacional en todo el territoría de la República, con closure de offices públicas y particulares en el Departamento de Santa Cruz, el dA-a 4 de noviembre del presente aA ± o, en homage a la memoria de los que were seen as José A. Saavedra, Colonel Genaro Blacutt, RAumulo Herrera, Adalberto Third Menda-vil, Agusta-n Landivar Zambrana and SAñóccrates Barba, authorities of the said Department, and representative characters of the páa-s and meritorious public servants who disappeared the same on the date of the year 1940 on board the trimotor "Juan del Valle" ', when in compliance with an official commission they are heading to Brazil, to inaugurate the works of the Railway Corumbà ¡ Santa Cruz de la Sierra.

ArtA-Aculo 2A °.†" The Government of the Núncia will command honras The funeral will be held in the city of Santa Cruz.

ArtA-arse 3A °.†" In that act, a representative of the Legislative Power will be used to use the word.

Communicate to the Executive Branch for constitutional purposes.

Session of the H. National Congress.

La Paz, 3 de November, 1941.

A. Galindo.†"Rafael de Ugarte.â €" Gaston Muja-a, Senator Secretario.â € "Julio CA©spedes AA ± ez, Senator Secretario.â€" Carlos WA ¡ lter Urquidi, Diputado Secretario.†" Adolfo Aponte, Deputy Secretary, ad hoc.

BY TANTO, I enact it so that it has and will comply as Law of the Republic.

Palace of Government of the city of La Paz, at three days of the month of November of a thousand nine hundred and forty-one years.

GRAL. PEA ' ARANDA.†" A. Vilar.