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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00052
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00052
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Soewpo nison aps ft Istl fou eiM pele Atdvisers is telling e there is an
Lses a n** ges iee us, BO emergency. which can weaken
T o -- Tnal Is the group of mobilla-
T T PROVISIONS ou that th ry cani"' -....-
r i ke panower oth steel. or ou
A lot o fus hats been made letbelmp~ rint 0 aV Of stroA e itop he enrueet three-
S as d Lost exehan p on t i Cinde Zone. the pa n whom you talk t."o in'

OSah information st misleading and give the public the government.
IIneous impredion that the Treaty of M~lch 2, 1" W .t No, they tell tne Prsident
e sbl ofe Panama and the Uimted Startes ibit the that ers is te rell ther Ws
0de of Ra defined narrowly by some as "htxury items, h an enmerteny. Tlatther. l- i" "
ls radios, refrigerators, washing machines, jewelry,e etc. nays w 4 y rtt of
Sorder that your reading public may be properly nform- wo available, port throhi
Son this subject, let's see what the treaty has to say about the at thle edaywthry can

Wg question that has been given such prominence in recent ernmeent an* t atry leaders *
A lot n of your paphs been made lately Concerigthr, werstke batthig reih t ether one

It icle I not of thr e Treaty provides in pertinent part as fol- the telss ik t. th.'n" t., ..
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"(1) The sale to individuals of goods imported into the Ca- dr'ea or thousands of tonsf o .
Such Ione or pationurchased, produced or and giuactve theplrein bye i nd semd nihea steel tI
ia Government of the United States of America sha be limit- locken t picketed warehouses

(a) Ocffeers, employee, workmen, or laborers in the service right now.
i employ of the United States of America, the Panama Canal An in Washington, CIO -t h ao.
W the Panama Railroad Company, and members of their fa- steeworkers' lee ad cothrough-
s actually reading with them e aygo
"tb Members of the armed forces of the United states of with eremident an Secretary
.O ayd membeoursr of their families tally residing with i l tows on f thee
.: ..on of ton of Article III of the treaty provides in pertinent part as cifol- .othe loef ah oer o
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(1)to the slaslea of persona to whom goods im ported into te a reed thr on e are hn--and
.-Il Zone, or purchased, produced or manuiactu#ed therein byt aieu a itse i-inishe ca steel *
S sold by the Government of the Utenited S 8ttates of Americaer- limit- A set Tm wga ehou t V
"(.) Officers, employes, workmen, or laborers in tk the time nrtvi onore vtaltonage. How gatesa
tiemploy of the United Statyes of America, thel Panama canal right now so
te Panama Railroad Company, and members of their fa- ~ u iti BOB RtoARK n, O

perons to whom sales may be made and mposes no restrict wordsers was ledereter and com-
I. lt atever on the classes of goods that e Unitold to per- such lac of coordination at top - nucrrg
3 'newher ls sn sympathy wth the desire of the merchants' Wrote House levels, it now be- NEW YORK. --"o pick up the papers with Jim was just natural, a self-eotident puW
ma ato remembers of their families actually residi ang boost witheir com e obou, thea no ne w the seeming headlineswith the ofvio wo h aUin e m w n
:cesowry note number 8 to the Treaty clarity thein gtesW a 4 PM toe 8160l in-

t e lasan tems. of personoods to perswhom goods entitled into tn l ogt en cl pTo murder o what drivea ly fll I
S onage, or purchased, produced ohr mainu fctd therefian areagreed On i l mnond ?
o o t hi, tetepr ain o the nlrei t Jod te tat a iat e cii' e erda.e so i
cesold by the Government of the United States of Amner- an turnt thoge t he o of o \I I T dP.
It should be crystal clear to anyone who will take the timeCnation more vital tontnage. How Q uieroVib 0 w a

SA so tong as othoe gd are sold to pertat s entitled by the wMthout movn n other s his unrel kbaby. and hiWelf. He onat. aof pe-
S to whom sales may be marsdenc e t o buy them (see sub- ound o steel attempted to l dog. BOB RARK de
S t on(c) the classes of goods wth respect may be sold the lasses In other words, ht e wasof th ld toke we wll l him, toke because
s In the classes referred n () ad b above.) such lack of coordinate man a tokes was the no dvure he alway es
A conwriterable sympathy with the publdesire of the merchants' Whie Hoe levels, it o when we wound pick up table papes with Jim as Just natur, a ffi
t servey d o b vs, than eSkowni n nao spending ulile rder omret
(,o reater sli voelue. at ar aIa i g nod that whn sas
.ey c.~oInote do this, however t, by alleging that the officials the ran stent seisedthe steel 11ic ae tinld and youe wo moer what It ihi. e. We d o, whichait

e Marn o e basicof te ad sycoogy of mass murder ra of what drives arly -ke fora s.
.we hc. o ocwg tt strike- tsrees unral;iyoe cannonte ndera hoe e Jewa one the hapys woae
pthin` the most effective way forthrem to attract Canal closest aluViSers. t aoer the ni .e o h avw sat th a d.

pat n the Ay on the Canal Zone change titles and rofiates nd All this s s ubstaial by He had no perous u tonal vices that I recall. E SIN Jh atyln Ail
ere an authority that grs the Army on the Canal survey made I th t far as I knew he wsa he althy. l oefore .ha ~ tU

cth power to change pons, estabhahed by Civil Service hydoen aoltmate gathr*a And then on ear me booml He tae ,-JemO ,w thest *t*
Stor greater salesvolume.t nu g n down aBun i dhenig e usepfo baby- l tha ;imps ln W
or a role sof this, if my inudent? terpretation of the above-uoted i nd he shoot le d and s he heootshe i s. Eoneaton atarl
n t it treat these s callorrect the United State obs w under no I et can trick and Wehtowifonne- s of m sen s andn t od t a o ei TsN o
.on to heir oestrign the classes ofand goods soldmetn the Canal Thu ets for 4 days more ftlehitelf moer froh he was n dWtn.y rdeimF a1 2 o d s

who The h oe General Motors A He- hressd to such a desperate crescendo of etB deOth som or It taint t R l
S so longr a those g are sold to person entitled by the Without oving n another slain his th wife, a ort of the rd Man. plane and cancer, to a heart

of their are mplookymentg or residence to buWhy then ar(see qual- Ipon Indianapols "is in rett There were thr of us. The was Jam, dse to murder and wa r lee, and r

S adms cr)urd? to f of Articleood shape" we're told. to- the unny one. lee 'ae with the big graa ald aTt setting to keel a touch 'a death
t c e to deire to work during the mer month eed Aircraft can build plan the msy feet andthe corcked hair w oays I eel I know whaen
A considerable segment of the public actually believe that agers have yet reported -onwhl wound up in direpulable but funny fta"

thcommisaries, clbe subhousesct t and pot exchanges are violating emergency e days. e egae a the All-Amer out o a wndow
poe I cn ge this lethrough to corrhe Civil Service Thatnd 's the pilingsctors. e all ov There was okes unusually reert least raonal h
eatsion. through se tarJ of the Army. these wieds45 days so eee ly of hoa r ofHis en. Thre wals es w e many M n t e -b s the .i
WumW Biight. steel avaMtoblmaehimself a m n Moire before he was 40.Ianoreall, A violeOf

-, e aln h Yet we hear from the grauat ok battened ontoeJsm the Pt ate s b ottne. o n d hor social supph.t Thion of por old Stokes iW I lived
orl o GUULC- NOBeERY SCHOOL won that Defense ert o Wid It. s d nthe impreaston of e eu Wfor 20 ft lj
I. tLovett s desperately Wd. It Heemead lavishly appointed nwas ourse. He death the two on

Ist year the nursery school at Fort Guck wa opened dur- From directly Inde his w agast the early inHecurity thad al nice new btby Stokes, the tly q it
the te ummr vaaontien, and the parents of ygetiounes childrte office coes word that ousand He had no serious formhy, and quiet. I wa l the uerstandin o4 I
epo a l hueeaeoal whtcr AlHe was, a mild drinker. He -liked to hunt. S ohim e too. I suew Er
tmers anrauthoritythteathAmyont C na.execu sont

ieble to send their kida nts during those three m onths defense production tea y tiaid, and noisy. t's bette now.
Spowerau to change positionsestablished by Civil thervice on in in timate athering- aod tr n ote n eware rnal he 'e I hAe: i O dl ot

Andn his rn If the neiern im I nrom to week.H M O W
the Applicant happens to be a high schoolraduateof uppus. a etanEmsc i dn a guny afe aos piin Maby t e rtain ,

M r.rOTTIO a oy at this aii rent e after ng Ther bottle. and he Ah s p o T o mer a l

they areratofoI for the protection I read about In the waernitisn etald, wo- wit h tt toWi AI' D . W
M ilKt see todein here o r urnishing us poor muis- e aftng and uldte iewf fe dt is h wn
Sies It C:nabut these so calle to the st unident jobs will Generalte oly by the trck and he shoots his dot and he shoo i lul on n writing,
eoteit thtithe Dadenaess ls o emsetim eoinnp.-ht

-Site e A lie The tu g's w eeraely orseA. A slmed to such a despe th e rescendo off a a rd some of its taint 'y
Saethe r i s att caliber of the stu- son jet eng inse an big &o-a s I have lost thei early p t
'-AS thy are looking a fora che LaborE ir e front l in rt There were thr o ama s.There was Jimm I ftsea, to murder n w s de, ad rl

KM s Jn 18) h s my ood shape, where told. the sunny onehthelan with the big grintod rin getting to feela tomu
sia mo dervdcemen receive fog r t ahftesur low- That's why you hear thatne the clumsy fetoate yet Sand the cowli cked hair whe eel I know whata t

1' O mobl will stopits baooka- ting through Iddrigtoehreis.hrt during thesum
therefore be subject to dfiscmi the ponat does n? o a quar- 30 more days. ea erybody reuth tdeda the All-AmerIs outt of per-b t nd wI l n
Perhaps I cn get this Aned Bacthrough the Civil S ervice That' nd ws the picture alloverin not very far off. .
n or through the temr n tr onf the Army. th se Itanti-tank ayssle plYant of emotion. Theo rewalte n o w e

bp dvnce rents nd ill feed his rd ilable. s who wasng twhen he was ret cannot really unt violent
Stoves. Two or more months desperately e It seemed that the big oaf way s our

t of ten servicemen in this las id not ask to a n will go on until early b surpassed the .tlm W e m n ofhiedt a f 0
Last year the nurs ery ool at Fhored to brn their fams openedur- From dcthe end e his July. Tnt the early ecurit that afflicts ver

able to send their kids during those three and are onot Denite the -productionay soly Tetoksic b was shynd qiest I wa i
Why couldn't w have the nursery school open during the ntagon is tim huge n of r

nt this yewr ev and dr th e tuition ih~r of steel are not l" a Utar areas. The uper-beb depends o e ,n- h- I h

Srvies. and paeaeh n brits ... hy- e 100 toto, T o M g.. .. .
O a ll t, in 18) q%%Y rot h is m wIafsd, i .i g B of t0
____&diWton? eclue ].. thereina a l._.
RmOTECTMON shortages' w u peca IthamstTo, h;tM na-.,Bo m b

-"ratefultor the prote tion I read about in the ammunition easing.,m6 we- m toer 'l B I I !'

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nMW:.nation's movie screens. A rac.so singing care in Cin-
S *,met nbnaila of four of cinnati. 0.. a tour with Tony
S l t n newcomers. Pastor's orchestra, a TV pro-
CLOUTIER: LanaF gram, "Songs for Sale." and
R was discovered on a '*Come On 'a My House" puL,
yod drug store stool and Rosematry's name -ip bright
I..ob-Canadian Suzanne Clou- lights. But she still blushes a-
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te ,aipp, Then movie mak- Roscmnry sas": "I didn' want
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starred In four Euro- Nancy Kelly. with a '*full-steam-'
A N # films -,"The Sin- ahead" sticker on his file In
nflra," "Othello." in which she u's young talent bank. He
plea Deademona, "Juliet," film- began his career as a' child in'
ed Ia France, and "Derby Day," New York, modeling for clean
*ILHl .l comedy with Michael, face soap ads and playing kid-
and Anna Neagel. die roles In Broadway plays
s a Hollywood career at When he reached the leading
t for Suzanae. the on- ,man age. he came to Hollywod
j rfler of a high fore'gn :-cold," as he puts it. and land-
m official to be sign bl ed a small part ia RKO's "Where
'V Iywood film contract, Danger Lives." UI's "Bronco
t a fSarab Churchill. j Buste"' and "Red Ball Express"
is Edmmud Clmutler, iare meatier acting assignments.'
MftB's hPrinter of Canada. I "I don't like to be referred to
Sthre's a revival of the old as Nancy's brother," J a c k
f tl ""Five-Foot Two," Su- groans. "I want 'to stand on my
a nm take the bows. She's own name."
ft#04*o two with-yes-eyes of' 1 a
blue. : Richard Egan: Three years
e j ,in the school ol drama at Stan-
.W.ille Brand: Th nations' lford University won Richard an
5o0hmost decorated solie r:MA degree in theater history
&o4 rld War I Iwho reaches and dramatic literature and a
.Wt magnitude in the film ver- chance in HolLvRywood Now he:
alum of "Stalag 17," after playing believes that dramatic training
ftrired roles in eight movies. sometimes be a handicap
bl-anky actond to forget his .to screen success:
b eaneI an actor to forget his s"It's more important for a:
ing war experiences from youn actor to p'ojcct his per-
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Oleppe raid Re was born InIact."
i ,,. Ill.. and joined the Dick's big break came as Bob
gerBattalion when he Mitchum's executive officer in
graduated from high school. "One Minute to Zero." And now
Neville: "I figured acting Edmtmund Grainger, who pro-
S I ake me away from guns. duced the film 8Is saying.
5!! I'm always cast as a ,"Egan has the quality to be
ora killer and I've nevereither a hero or a heavyon the
y oed a scene with an s creen the -sination that
What do you have to do made stars ofCark Gable, Viec
klssa irl in a movie?" Mature, Kirk Douglas and Bob
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recording of "Come On 'a My Army Joins Navy
umine." Now she's making her
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mac.,.c.e, 25 cycle, double bed.
'pbrc.i p.ri.i.on dressing vaole ano
S'6enc.,. chihorobe. /bU-V, barno-
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4b l "' x a rwo kitchen chairs.
"One yard c.iair. Line kero.ene
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r(L. --Re.rigerator 25 or 60'
Ycyc.e. New enamel, unit lust over-I
hdtled, excellent conartion, 4.,r.-
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FOR SALE.-AII Quartermaster. two
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ers,. 4 wood chbiis, singe not-
tress, 3 8-ft porch blinds, three
ahoces. 2-154, 5865-b., Da-
FIR SALE. One 60 cycle Apex
.wq,.l.ng machine, wringer type.
wled one year, Z90 00 noll,wood
bed, box springs and innerspring
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FOR SALE:-1949 Plymouth Special
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car bargo n. Colon Motors, your
Dodge and DeSoto dealer I 0rh St.
one b'ock over from Melendez
Ave Tel. 492-J.
FOR SALE.- 1951 Kaiser. new tires.
radio, etc. House 338-., "Ft. Clay-
ton. Telephone 187-2121.
FOR SALE.-Plymouth utility 1951.
1.400 miles. $1,750.00. Powells
Garage, Colon.
FOR SALE: 1951 Lincoln Fordor.
black, Hydra-motic. radio, heater
undercoated, seatcovers. spotlights
windshield washers, back up light
7.800 miles..Dodge and DeSoto
dealer Tivoli Crossing, Panama,
Tel 2-4631.

SALE: Quartermaster double FOR SALE:-By owner, 1950 4 door
bed and mattress. Couch wit. Sedan, Pontatc. Excellent condi-
bed and mattress. Couch wit.- tion. Bargain for cash Tel. 3-
:tirppes. 107-B Pedro Miyuel. Phone 4 5. From 7 o m. 3 p

-,'OSition Ottered FOR SALE.-1950 Plymouth Special
De Luxe Club Coupe, gray, plastic
WAIITED:--Oflice girl with English. sect covers. radio, heater, excellent
Spanish typing knowledge. Apply condition. Must be teen to be ap-
"Casa Cenra'l" 8126, Bolivar, Co- preciated Colon Motors, your
toSa Dodge and DeSeto Dealer in Colon.
0--2- a ce -- Cr- 10th St. one block over from Me-
:-60 and 25 cycle Cros- lendez Avenue. Tel. 492-J.
u*is Shelvador refrigerator, 7 cu-
wt. excellent condition. No. 8. FOR SALE:-Buick Super Dynoflow,
uopCrtment 5, Jer6nimo de o Osso 4 door,. low mileage. excellent
j reent...PonamA. condition. $15,00, $500. Down
S iE:-Moahogany diningroom -- --
it. ~ t ll 3017 Melendez Avenue, FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet, very
l...iv:'ro Building apartment I, Co- good condition, can be financed.
ton. Can be seen all day Sunday. House
33, 46th Street. Tel. 3-3841.
S E SSO N S FOR SALE:-1940 Buick Club Coupe
with radio, good tires, perfect
NETTiS modern piono classes. A running condition. $250. House
Iel method using well known 522 "C.' Cocoli
ies In simple style for begin-' -_-._-------
s music and jazz. FOR SALE:-1949 thick Roadmester
Son.mnn one 2- W 8b. candy b firan.0 Apt
I uiu t ,12 oi0D. -call Rodman 25-3760.
FOR SALEi-1941 Pontiac 2 door
sedan. Goad condition5 $275.00.
ft 1942 Packard Clipper 4 door Se-
dan. Good condition, $399. P-.
S I rolso 108 Apt.. "H". ........,
iJ IFOR SALE: 4 tires i, t 1.
brando nar. ip one lot. Call Cristo.
UI N life tamama news- bal 3-28B.
a of two-bedroom FOR SALE: 151 Pontiac Super
a2d two Cars on A ug.
reported as selling fa De Lung 4,500 l ales. Tul equip-,
fPed Phone CrMbal 3.14Z'.,
orb FOR SALE:-1952 Buick Super R-
at $5 each, hav Ve0ro0. All extras. ho dynoflow.
'ght b ry members of Low mileaglep, $2,500. Call Balboa
diplofatic e ips. 2-4437" -
Sand buminem placu ,
insight whole books otlFOR SALE:-JM-7.Cidp O w
tr ontalrnn 20 each, to C odu d

SI upholstery. i, fires, priced for
r nQuick sole, Colon Motors, 10th.
S comlingf In to the see- St. one block over fromMel
of the PanmIa News- Ave., Tel 492-J.
psrmen's Union Indieste that FOR SALE: 1952 Oldmobile S
t.few tickets remain to be Super De Lume 4 Oem Isa.
Phone Balboo 2933. Nags i
Apt A, 6001an Area "zfbo .
e tare, which is the n A
of the raffle. Is lo- FOR SALE:-1947 PonfIac 4 toro
h.te new AltPmira de- Sedan 6 Cyl, IA excellent condi-
t at the end of Via ; ion See it dt Vista Hermosa, co
lie o. and FPrancisco Filas, No. 2,
SApt. I.
Sopd prize is a 1952 .-I-a
1nd third priem e

S. YTe Arrive TIy

Iplo an elme h ernias
* J'dw maM-ise e Sew

-asheaabr a 11
Ie thesee ew am-me
Sawse~ 4.msumad.

Wm *h air
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Will remain closed from June 28th
until September 3rd 1952. for re-
modeling. Any an* fivIng work
pending please call for it before date
Steel cable; !1", 9/16" all other
sizes. Specially for tractors and
Will trade, 25 cycle 1/4 H. P. wash-
Ing machine motor for ', H. P.
0 cycle motor. P. 0. Box 1775,
one way $85.. round trip, $135 (15
day-limiti. $160. (good one year)
to LOS ANGCLES one way, $149.
15. round trip $252.35. 190 dey.
limit Panama Dispatch. Service, op-
posite Ancon bus atop, Tel. Panamal

Mlc*fluece an
WE REPAIR phumbhrg fixtures at
your place.
We guorontee prompt, neat work.
RIA. S. A. Phone 3-3450. Justo
Arosemuna Ave. end 29th St. East.
FOR SALE:-Daer ltion Puppies at
42 Vi Porras, Dr. Perez' Clinic.
FOR SALE: Americon flags, fast
color, 3 x 5, $1.50, 4 x 6. $2.00.
International Bazaar, No. 76 Cen-
tral Avenue, Peaemi.
FOR SALE--One Upright piano $150.
00. Very good tone. Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE: Upright piano, very
good condition, $200.00. House
No. 9, 7th St. Parque Lefevre.
Tel. 3-4436.
FOR SALE:-60 cycle equipment, 10
Inch G. E. oscillating fan and 5
inch white "alarn clock. Both for
$20. Phone IBalboae 2-4141.

Woated Poition

Spanish white eceauanM, office
mat ger; requires pIdltion with
well establstl firm. '.'Interview
upon request to: It. E. V: BWO 294
Ancon, Can l. Zone.

fw Fourt of our.t

0 AnM.K S&
Plans are betin iadie to te-
vive a custom wbthldh r A lmy
Mars was an Important sut In
Vatun. A real old-E$qmBed
'arbecue Is being plauie' for
*te Fourth of July.
The celebration winl ftt at
Iark on the night of Jul When
e barbecuing of theo beef gret
ier way. For the enjoyment 4of
e not Interested la nthec-
I cooking of tih uf,.te re
'wil h- a bingom 'pBrt'
blockhouse. RefProBae.tp w1 M
be sold that evening,
The Fourth officially Wtars off
with the flag-ralaing oereUus
followed bv a swini meet: table
tennis exhibition. by Canpl Zone
otamplons: cro4Ot d hotleo
imoe ames and M-O-ll mwe
14 er lunch. At i. wit l
A ftee movir at $it houses.
- Lwnch will *be f.v in the
hlochote at i beet bar-
eaove with all Uthe lramingi .
Residents of Oat"n muSt pay
-" their dieq before the fourth
lt-thev are to attend the acele-

Capt. Horatio A. Linco fl
has been assigned to
nama Canal Company as Pi
Captain at Balo isa*" sit
e eIe .

A graduate of the Thaw
States Naval Academy at
napolls in the alas of iXqO
comes to the Onual 'Z6 i
the office of M wRmKyf
Transport ServfE-in *an
CSCO. Lin"oo
by his fauag.
As Port Captain t Balboa
succeeds O iBal boa. I
Wet who hbea gme
of the MaU uIrea. "-


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seroqng"l Box 18 ?8 rpnp

W.lliams' Santa Clara fltch Ct-
tames. Two bedrfel, PtPCO.4
Rock*" range. Te.oftnqk a
2-3050. conolol v'
for renting a cottage during ar1
li..ltuJO-cha stt- Jins tu. Ah : '

Philltps. Oceanside cottages, Seant
Clara. Bosx 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877., Cristobol 3-16738
Casino Santo Clara. Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations nwo
cessary. Saturday and Sunday.
Gromlich's Santoa' Claro beach
cottages. Electric Ice boxes. j it
stoves, moderate rote. Telept
6-441 Gamboo. a

Hotel PAN-AMERICA)NO in cool Et
Voile offers low rates for summer
Foster's furnished cottages, half fIe
beyond Sonth Clara. Gas refrig*r-
a tors, ranges. Special rates w*eki
ly or monthly, private road to
beach. For information visit 06g.-
mar. Tivoli Avenue No 6, *
phone Ponama 2-0170.


,Modern furnished-unfurnished part*
ments. Maid service optional. Con-
tact office 8061, 10th Street, New
Cristobol, te'ephlone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT:-New oportment, 2 bed-.
rooms, Ifvlngroom, diningroon%,
etc., Belle Vista. Tel. 3-1773.
FOR RENT:-Niely furnished f wo
bed room opartment. On Peru Ave.
and 34th St. Available July 16th.
Tel. Panama 8-0746 or 3-49fl.
FOR RENT:-Potly furnished Wmhree
bedroom poratrwent well loteW1
in B3slla VIsta, for Informastleh
call Balboo 2-2422.


approximoateLy 2,500 s4 are feet.
Concrete with zine roof. Calle Je-
*r6nlnin ir &i Nao. 1I, trr iT
Rancho.e Agere Steer, S. A.
Teleplhone 2-121.-


FOR RENT:-Furnished room, with
kitchen privilege. Coll 2-5257,
from 5 -pt m. on.

S. Pte's vus
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Prqrm Of CalSn

chdd Chwch oChor
Observance of the patronal
festival of St. Peter's church,
La Boca, will baett Sunday with
a newly-confirmne clIS of ocan-
didates making their First
Communion at a choral cele-
bration at 7. amj.
Services In honor-W the pa-
tron saint of the church will
be held 7:30 p.m. each night of
be wewek te atsttg paectal
preacher, except on Monday
*lght when lay readers will of-

. The preacher on Tuesday
tight will be Rev. David A.
abrne; Wednesday night, Rev.
avid B. Reed; Thursday night,
Very Rev. Raymond T. Per-
a; Friday night, Rev. Arnold
C. Waldock.
After Friday's service, the
dhbrch committee will be host
9t a patronal festival social in
t v'arish hall.
The Venerable Zohn H. Town-
and will be evensong preach-
ar Sunday, June 29, St. Peter's
Day, cl ing the observance.
Vaeaen Schoolc
Segritratlana are being a-
aepted for the annual vaica-
tefi school of St. Peter's church.
Vidh w in be held in the parish
ball for two weeks, beginning
The course will include work
ba coloring, handicraft and re-

Train Supervisor
Likes To Travel

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r*ttlctkides in Panami?
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products, Panami liamr
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Tei. 3-4719 2-1SO

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)t*nsportes Baxte, S. A.
dipping moving, storage.
We pack and crate or tove
..tything. 'Phone 2-2451,
14S62, PanamA.
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g N l,.SLt tnhe new Amanl-
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f yt y MiM voted onto W
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ine 'gave hiumelf thr
Ilet tor i Milur' speeth thils
coneelilratfl, on Amencal sre-
WlaS to ratAr the leo i Ueneva
n. en l warfare again
S any direct renewlt ot
aaitei tat U. a. troops in
sorw bave been waging lMai
war bnu e#eAletely lgnrbretUN
new Amerfean proposal tot a
Red Crms Inquiry.


Reward Safe Onrts!
the Aeteen nee C6..Cenl )

Ownfa who ie no fm iudossf "Hi
Sftryet' will rate tM no O
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May Be Talking

1BW YORK, June 21 (UP)-
Top steel industry executives
gathered In New York yesterday
rising speculation that nego-
tigt1ons aimed at ending the
stel strike were about to be
The arrival here of Arthur
M*ldberg, general counsel for
ht United Steelworkers CIO,
wsq a further indication that
neb talks between the union
and the' big six steel com-
paBles were in prospect.

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Benjamin Fairless, president
of the U. S. Steel, was here with DETROIT, June 21 (UP) mortar shels and vital parts Walker Bulldog, pects to t
John A. Stephens. vice pres- Layoff notices will go up next for war wev onao and vehiletes down its Cleveland plant a W
ideant in charge of Industrial week for the first of hundreds of wffl start yeilag home work- July 10 because of a shortage 1*i A i
relations for U. S. Steel. thousands of Workers lI defense enr and euitahtg output drai- speoially ftabieatod huBs lm
C. L. Austin, president of the and civilian plptas facing shut- tieally hest wk. turrets. lle-lx '
Jones and Laughlin Steel Corp.. downs because bf the stnel strike. By the ehd of July, the na- Cadtlcat, Atfier Lotii t
*alsa was in town and Charles Unless the 19-day-old steel tLon's tank builders will b, out and the govenmelt l er A A tothfE f-
White, head of Republic Steel, tie-up is settled ioon, lack of of business for lack of steel and arsenal here a& 3 t"-"t.
arnf Joseph Larkin. represent- steel threatens to ktrlp the gears component parts, Army Ord- les in the ooin i tay. tA
Ing Bethlehem Steel, were re- of the. nation's "guns and butter" nance officers warned. oll a a-pro t
potted to be here. production program. Ford and m
It Washington, reliable gov- Manufact urers of Army Ordnance officials here said stop making t. ka roetit &0 PAULO, June 21 (UP)-
erriment sources said the in- trucks, bazooka rockets and the giant Detroit tank Arsenal sometime ntext week. T. police today announced the
dustry and union officials had -- and the Amrlican Locomotive Manufacttre'of mortar shetd eli e of 21 of 00 fugittives
gone to New York primarily to plant at Schnectady, N.Y.. will by the LeRpto Co. In Cla M the Anchieta Island priasgn
opening of selected be forced to lower output rates already 1 lf upted .ir Ubatuba.
they could resume one third by aly 15 because of the strt the island itself several
of material vitally 6 the strike a0deCome to a halt Most epg car 4finrastru ers were killed and wound- The
r Korea. weeks late. Both turn out gled iiE ltetd WS a class H betwe conviet Snto
tLW.WM-47 medium tanks. stocks to it i" many tmea. guards. Other reports in- tbrda
n were from six to 10 m however, AS-iloan Locomo- biles as possible before shutting that the warden, Capt. to arerts of
ts Involved, but gov-e tive offclcIs aR they expect- down. .. t Ferreira, has been freed
quarters said the ed to be able ft produce "at However'. o aUembly guards who en e Sibyan
!were likely to be st at ut rates"; beyond l t iling opernS a prison rebellion.
to the subject of a sampling etlan:f u lya. ed
afwht. at to end the walk- shoe-lne fh Theey iM hoped to e aory l. A battalion which iandbtd on
G*E today were V afrmtiW 1 beaoost M-47 biy rates next Island this Morning t nd .
passengers art the AMITIM month and st e hirin ad- bodies of ten soldier A nda
-Vs..& Steel officials and Hill President Lidet ship "La at- ditioeml men .o the t. U A TIyp sodeanes3tolier 0 an
anIlCowilton., public relations dia" now operating under Wbi to Production of ght tanks by by prison rb
flta for the steel Industry, said the Mlaitary Sea Transport Blerv- Cadillac will be curtailed even S Jhae w elkerday.
th knew of no meetings. Ice. sooner, Ordnanbe said. Migh Lw C a afitbeAl,
t cebrg, reached at his hotel, The 18,000-tean ve sil docked The GenTeral Motors luxury car 3:41i a.m. ',. :5: im. he situation on th e lnd i were lnf
l Il Just can't comment." from the PaoS with 84 l- division which makes the T-41 3:I: 9.m. 1 :l p becoming nora il e i ago there
WiMumnclal, reporting firm germ, chll-et l. ry --t -;. .... -.'1-ilianafan d IA3 $M' al0oual number otii
dpes, C., Inc., said ents. itt iWre engaged id tnf for the.pastA
e reports that an in- here SilM -.L eanhunt a the h iSter the a bt e
S meettil already had The s. M l ntr.
held and that evidence cers WNy m latsm V:.
oated serious efforts bhad Shore leave will be given to U Aag a mriln w s.llk e- i nk
or were about to be made someeof the crew toulght. A* o tt l t luM P riror
t e ollectv bargaining T ship is to for transit n tt L Ja .
C... .e. &northbound early tomorrow. ,'rO Ifmf.
"----- ---- here,
WASNINGTOW, June %1 (UP) wage boPar dwo l *itemed Two ntoers w ae d I t h e
A rebelqui Roue voted "Xi- ftip the frw oca crireethei t2o ontSlIo c Lwta t
tetlieely rStwefly to #M almost present boa MA's of near ft& %3 w
a.ll V lUcntralltaedthn s art teel dispute in w which it eaol elftt s. *-
oth p WtqI na- mendhe&4 a uuola e b hWnlatt atw t
w WitM- eV gsuperity e t4 n b olt able tola t Iabht Uti..tm
ans e dsoiet s labor, -e tF'ba x S- d as Mai and tve 4at ,, of a rescue
ntwos= Bau t the ad- lic repr nn v but to teepheule e m R and han e attack-r wb, r
m)a r thooue: a it to s ed amU farmers. t" by M;
1) 1.to ftrem* UWaf tt002 1 ....... -.....
price controls on all Nibda, con recomme."Oin 1C .
sumer goods, and imteult ex- settlement only With the
Tnae effort. The La tasAnendment was of- .;. Is fa.J.-. ,
2) Approved 178l to d a ro- fred o a substitute for a pro- .
pomal to abolish the Vesent tri- posal by Rep. Qarrll D. Kearn
it, wage board avorOf Pa.) to dentoletely abolish af..
e having a majority o publu the wage board. Under the Lu-U.
embers and with the pawer to eas Amendment the maiorlity
determine only a nation wage public memberM of the new board i M
policy. it would sot have the would be subject to "Senate con'
power to rule on wage or an .ftirmntlion. The Senate measure Niwy TK. June 21 (UP)
other economic disputes. m. would ake Ill members subject Federal arold R. Medina
Both votes are sublet to over- to Senate conlrmlitlon. cald in as interview today tmat
turn by later roll calls. Afte the Both anti-atinstrlation pro-' "big revlval movements are on
aIlloting the House put off ftr.- posals were approved as amend- the way il America; people are
their action on the Defeiub Pro- ments to the controls bill whifh aick of atertalsm nd of Bf
LUctilon Controls Act until neut exnires June 30. Th house Bank- Chasing Am ightydollar
ednesdayv. Organised labr ha Ing Committee hid offered a bfil chsl t h dollar.
threatened to boycott the kbIS to extend priee, wage and rent Medin ded at the famous
ota wage board voted by wi controls for a ftll W. trial .t1 1 U.S. Commniilgta
Souse members. President Truman had rfoueotr and has bean pending the last
ad to be s Rep. Henry 0. Ta ( ed a two-er.tl ut the 2 months 100,000 pages
PiL r rtte ot Beont rk e d sponsored the amendmnnttDo re- senate voted to continue the of tebt-mly tium far in the gov.
...r re co (N move price controls from m l authority for only el*ht months. erinent' aift against 17 invest-
l ,, o e.thing not rationed or atldoIM. The board proved by Luc as meant basnkes.
Administration forces pot-t- would have a greater number of Departn qu a brief vacation
-^ .... '' "-.'11 ed vigorously that the eJt p ublic members than of Industry Meda A .
S-- -------- ------M- IMS the Talle Amendment woid I Mdd labor members combined. .
'to take price contrd ff a lt the total number bf board "an sSe mySterious way, '
t few defense-vital mwetals 3 herss would be up to the Pre. what happened at the comnu-
consumer goods ae. beft : ident. trial of something
Sa/ l etioned at present. sCftairman Grabam A. Bardiea elipeople. It was
The wage board uemodnsat .D-N.C.) of the Honisw Labor no mee acciaat that 2,6O of
sponsored by Rep. Wstalate Cunttee supported the Lues my I0,0o fan letter were sign-
-Luaus (D-Tex.) also wGM TO-,r mendment as the temt smlu- 0 0bi&,and wife.
I a quire that one of thLb labor aem ," to the wage board pro- 'I'e iMttrial convinc-.
berg of ,the new panel must, fis colutittee earlier this ed tme a i a backlog of aspL
p i present an independent ucni .. approved the Kearns pro- ritual stregMh in the American
The House ameotndmat W ib to abolish the board. republic, which just needs to be-
touched i tho aocomnp ,
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