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to the toi "a sub4erSye plot, persa aid that he had been uni
as.h "Dfi"a .Kai'ertpu i believed h2re that the remed mual IncOme of
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ivM 3S i's|I C(omsment
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'em a f Um OW N OM MN t 1 ;roversial stri ke i recent hfi-7
IF7 I*tory was practleSly settled l1A
a a lasthWeek.
a BA' So sfecretly WAS the pea."
I...corporation le that only a "
IAeas s a rh flbs a we Ci?:h pale eain af lca o a
L i monn lew ub ul rsandag- o hed0 d telepb1 hone utalldo fr r e "
im, REi watched national labo r lead
i r: I icd t leak. But the det haven't .
S1m ed In te dally pred s that the Panema Chamber been revealed istsl now. su d d
Sle doing the best n star trouble once again. M Not until details f a
M 10ult with their ne MAhbors. will affect whe pr6Met of the palt- t.
y teem to be r ort-sighted and narrow minded, ton '
Sone th and practice another. At that eo n an agreement
It were otor the Canal bringing the business that didt wa reach bet CIO chiefsi
r h o ee whe would the leak. B ut he haven't
en too, in te davery pressting to have P this Chamber been revealed tpreide now. t,
SIIM I doing the numbest of wvtares, daou ghte oncers and on. My These are vital details factor
I n busthe woulne be to put their own house n oder before they lead up t ad fklled ictnewhi ch
f ult with their neig thbor ne. I will affect the pn tiMorsal ele-
Sdoem to be k hort-sighted and narrow minded. ver signed.
O ta ne this mploymnand ractce another many articles in At that session alAreementhe
It were not for the Canal bringing the business that it /wan. reaelM rbet rs what chi pb
be?. Counsel, Art Ooldbefg, and Beth-
Then too, it would be very interesting to have this Chamber leherm Stfel's Vkic-president,.
a list of thi exact number of wives, daughters. and sons Joseph Larlkn, and his attor- ,,, ft,,
a n busineo to avoid supporting their own Governmious ney theerudite and sk unionlled ne-
Shvg to pay, hepor duie on their Zone. I ar nd many op, slignR t modified. It hattt
ho aoodg, mch as refrigerators, lamps, gasoline, etc. tade t wan itorIoat all nebut
y do they ness men hav evmploymentone so far story to have their stee worers to e fathe CIO.
that by this employ name of their ey can buy many articles in te That areement gave the il h
also to than their fellow businessman's price In string steel workers what
tardin the section of the Treaty, pertaining to the Corn they wanted the en Pion
rs the Ia intent and pu n o e t of the Commisoaries Hadth-ntra-t actualy rf &
eal business men have even gone so far as to have their steel.wore to o0 t 010.
t(rnnsh, to the people of the United mttes who were brought bseewn sined Friday moving last peS of
Sartic and ervce of te knd t the they were accustomed we I tt y I o already w as cowoulde
You know, jusd as well as 1 know, what the Iorigal reason he second domut ic news store ett
the ommgardingsares was, yet you t ake great pain never to g to the Corn- the year, running onlyo be ... o oed the men P. hilC
plain about pura'a.asltg p e, eeeges being granted to locally Ind the Presidential election. . .h
k that it was the originalInt or$ ur..ose.yo.theuthe
ope-ons, ogr many re ge osuns: The strike would have been Z all-t
if icallys privughe w eliminated you would be hurt over for some 25,000 Bethlehet of a NEW YOR -The sports scene n recent day educated for 90 bucks a month tetead of get. countnt,
onahy; a-onu, and oy no means 01 i.e mportance, you workers rellng out 18,000,000 has been a peculiar one-something that's slip- in their ll busted peonnel
w the mnot the original inthe s and puree pose o Panama w oummis atoiout tons of steel a year. That would ped up on us quietly. epresions breed f ger b ds
t rised tthn qpeoplen. ave of the Unit who wr brought b een signedt-the rest of the Actually, we re seond-clss pitre at the fghtes Poery and uaor eed fight be-
S we are ug ervio of technicalities, let us go innd that they were accusto them industry would have had to fol-moment, exactly s during the t war. The very cause fighter are generally poor t to nator 8
f detau ana enmoce mne 'Treaty o its lnmat, with ,avors to no low in a matter of days. best bodies aren't practicing thert chores. belt their way up from the gutters, up from the the e .onomy b
It o-r group. c ,, n That's exactly wht occurred If you wat ch a ball game, you will notice that poolrms, p from short-ort c c, 1p a ladeo
Sia you know, justop o weonslder that if you ed some buorigi ness aon e second940, domestic new'. thor e average generallare bry w. It is a pitch. W e not n geerll
us. W er n rh. operation of your e.ranneanm ynu me.ntt m- hetrategy cracked e I st e' sa6.atitte-mome/.-wth' vea, few teara for 10 M ntf^ td t. lltde ee In
a Bs your sates three or tour nola? front. We were covering the lcy e*noulh to have more tgethan o or two .it et competent th Tgh. COmtt
the Commissaries %as, yet you take great' pains never to ft
f I reie that ts eliminat would require an efo on yourt CIO convention that year. some thlh itt NEW YOR Te sports scene inumber o batting The fax trt0 bucks are o the instryead of h- countant,
t, ha l that he manyou are street n of Pn e ankee ado ouar. called us in and announced a TAen up d e or250. rated aasa deterrent to qaliny pttela Aarund
meny I went n o several meranhave bes nan g enIt -wthe Bethlehem Actually, we are A second-class picture at the fighter es o ey and s malor breed he Stbe-r
Se namrea ,ty. One of those vchnic nalities e rus go into The restry would have hadswiftly o fol- oment, exacte dur eingther e war. The very w qu fi touhes few p l e m
e'r r I h d; 1 non d r r ee a e s oeek, emsem na k w hi he e o.m
That's exactly whht occurred If you watch a ball gumsayouowellonoet ...WW notice that pool
m yoe representatives, you are ot the products you ande p es. The M Five spo-kes. Wu .l--em,, gat STb, h s Ogi l a
H spect, te -publUc to buy. men protested. They had In the old..w( .rou da st o cream train b
Repeatedly 1 have entered your stores generally the clerks pledged to deal as a unit wfth n arke were set m tly ly men of ry i 6, t years. Ieat for the future. l- thm
l too busy -lalmog among fnemselves to be notoered with cus- the CIO. So Bethlehem pteld- .The r.ts and jornabya and DIMagos and he old-style athleta-d to htrd h d
tco, If r y I r ance the conversation happened to be dull ed. The agreement was iunk- te Walter Joand an s and Boblarming by Feumb er of bate ting between seasons iet.h
the moment, one clerk may cond cend 1o pay slight attention ed. The strike was in Presi- young sprouts When they were racking up the h a side-tar fob, w e iet stot r a
tAe prospective ouyer, Dou rary n ever i a Co-operave man- dent Truman's hands aoain fantastic averages. In those ays a gy of 0 was a eq terripment, order to keep aliys around
Behd all this was a bas pposd to be over the hill. tamed. was a time wh a an make
I have yet to find a clerk that was capable of giving any polish e of the national steel o te a stare the e r e ute not there strongly as ft uedto
Panama ityl .se operf on o tne esareua ooject, epeulay The r companies. wt t, we once would hae ve rded as be Nor ls the puitys ene competition. T
ISt ooject is he istsi oil tecnnicai. T6 understand that policy t I ., for veryo i tm e, Sthe t i d&y light&,So: ath 7^ affl il"arid W
o te oojecilr purca an lae l behnd the sceI ha; b nonedours of thepid r-beuB l telast." flweek, theoaasC"inns hotKa hsf l f hth eiil m w hmslf ts ti
"ea, I have lived here for more years than I care to recall, money is no longer an /sue far Your" Raschh and Marlies aind Rlssutes and lumot of show busins, sh teSevon
St thatno time repeatedly I have tried to get various hockuse- either sidehem company ee- aro nd theains arddle tive ents hely responsible
alances repaired the result was always the aoume There is complete agreements of Reason is hatd atchM draft n ihp t fast s I
when it was returned to me. on the o 10-a-week increase -ugar Bay Robinson an JoeyMaxim both f e have had a lot of a bal
Now for a word about prices in your stores, package which includespokesn- whom are away over the mak. anthe big bt and s.
SI know that you have to pay import duties, but rarely precedented vacations and We hadte a heavyweight o between e d le ones I've seen so rrge-
eess of 30 per cent to 8e per cent of the cost of the articlerks pledgedy. Charto deal leas, no ren set and t oldest prctl lytn pathetic ip'ro iill.
I am also lamilar with commercial freight rates and in- Te Issue Is prestige, Infh- U- Jersey Jei Wb=on, o fT V h1"I,'i .e t'" f are befur apple Mrf Il idd
ee ratas well as he retail prices of commodities in New ence and control over the mil* nud gn 40. if he hmitBlnt I d1l a taoewhen Ia WW didnt
iad New Olfftns. lion men who make steel and TPTre is p devata, s bortage of ig htels- coagltently better .800 coulda't r wat into
too butoo, I am faongiliar with wages paid in the Zone and then fabr0ate it. good fighters, mediocre fighters, even bad fight- a -t. ... t foo
anaf by cin the one set-up that are placed against the dull And for the agreement was junk the Walter s and y ft er e t Otthinghavet l
INomomentI for the new employee and hi to pay slight attention d.had to comrike was in pte l y oung sprouts WhI they were racking up the aside-ba job. .r i.
the prospective o uyersOutg rarqlyever in a va-operal'e man- dent Trumtan's hands again fan tastic avenges. In those days a guy of 30waslta equipment, In nMetto Iteep hbebud ea
Sow you mrve at many of your e Sbasic a year or two of levethe hill. -- ..
have ye tools to finhardwaremachinery and many classes o f food offgiving any produtinaon and rohe te W te r rld as bet r bI h ep y tee o ptiti o
w91Paisopern son of tne assirec ooject,heypeonaily i c tpanies. companies dcva siepyi0
ot ftmmerce might be w*e if they would on- oTe pn lW h me Wa
ect is th lose track of the fact bi t etha T ar hun- undestand that policy
AUG It W emanecbuttM NE' tasbt ndsinerstieel wfoubsetcWshI m
thousands of, e-servie e men in the r ay that dusty obecind to the powe r of thisd eam t s 'p 'ar ihe sl-mi ea
a t moving mechanism willintimeitIs just too bd. v s an s AT nt Ar wha oe t i tet atont saahrner.
Wn tiorier --ha ay ste copltrieagren t n rwhn the nsestmit a h av beas onit ws MRilAsa
I have lived h ere for more years than I care to recall, money is no longer an issue f e a
In that time repeatedly I uhave tried to get variousohouse-Yithe aie. ackad Atets e wanMetAof show 210 "0andis
ip wthth e Conremen, anw L O he a wour l Sin a rte eanc response ible
ain thirn y Acng liaiA ai. Tihney pwi ae eor, m" eotsi fo lat fii O he e ie p h Ron andle Joe rbeothf M
Sfo r a word about prices your stopreent packe hich i ncludesri- whom are away over the e mark. e A Lewis at ft Wn
tryin to p the buck regarding ort duties, but rarely Pre w tehacations and spe- WIeh betw1 i d # e completed se e sdoal..e.g e- f
tM-oes6 iofairn y to be weate kon l
Sthe puberlic sntoe decent service agencies at re tiasoclnable. p ant at a te. Charles, no green nd oldes and college
AI nd watch the reOlts. l io ima dispute eov l ant her eis devf C stating oto Gitertrde it wi be ttte o
,et soge docent taxi cab service equipped with meters, so Iewhich has not, been dis- Lawene "The W an -wated 25 years beins iB Jaly...
i t om robbed every time they attempt to travel. caued anywhere. Thatt is the or the o nity to W o te star...he Wrt Is "Thre e Wi fr
ia i ma this the prosperous place that i t Ne t proposed by the daRa. gIm i ChuIlot's ifeh ... tamse was a imll ." by Oursler agO i
Stoo, I am fil just U important as h t.. l e rtaesevnment ...a ter five weeks i
i mrsIn sthe apologieset-up that are plaed agbuineaimen ofst the tAton shop d frt hth 5i expr kno b te r ( aLlle o t osti i-ti is tat yiin
*H @fIs les^ who> do their beAt to coibduct their establish- Thsiendae s Wlaeis a S Io At ofthi ngsrhle e" l
lar divisionke ashiner. ws ital t charges per employstgi a e rst b e tih owe as iS ). r tS o ew ty si n
..harges for the new employee and his famil tor'thosewh ic h had t m at te a sft ti wrt ad t em a osa n ...We -K yoiung
reti-ing .or resigning -employ, etc. Wagei smpft base P __o t th eq t-bttwa tgto and qteA
on tools, hardware, machinery and many classes of food off wair Production and roil ing
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"m .(NEA) OGUys m "Btg Man," "because it's tak-
r of how Holly- 'en me so earg to escape him. Re-
arnU her as a grown- eating a character is not very
It -W Green confessed, effective. But the studio insisted
has. t thee screen until this on it and argued that it was only
jir. .. i' for a -minutne sequence and
Wllh ales In "Abbott and CoS- oet in a full-lenath feature.
tJy st"ith Alaska" and "Blood-1 "Eut this, I assure you. Is the
j sf6f Kroadwsy" to her cre- ond of Tommy Udo. I'l n.?ver
W at she's over her jit- play him again."
tetr about Hollywood, the one- "It's getting tougher and
thte thBd star told me: tougher on poor Maureen O'Ha-
brebnkt down some 11- ra there just aren't enough
as ~te myself. I'd been a derring-do lads around to quail-
1 'U1M t1W And I'd been a starfty as leading men in her swash-
m ,tR..4i night dubs and buckling flic.'rs.
iWngo. I think I saw my-. Leaping, fighting, rolling Mau-
4 Carole Lombard type. reen, who's at the action stuff
1i better. I'11 be very again In "Cattle Kate," makes
Ml ito get good comedy most malW stars look about as
ajI.,- 'energetic as demonstrators of
t@'-ibe "Did you make a 'contour chairs.
fl~ e 6 a child star?" ques-;
tbn.: And she's complaining: *Mov-
"q )VM00 a week at first ies thrived on stars like Doug
T$it just when I was Fairbanks, Ronald Colman and
'Vs i 'the big.money. $I- ,-y Pow.r, who could take off
Stheyi let me go.!I was Itheir shirts, swing on ropes, leap
I wag all of 11 years old." from balcony to balcony and
., i.. 0._ [ride like blazes. So many actors
Utot Abfs. the ladles' new these days can play in psycholo-
luart'throb--he plays Marilyn glcal dramas. But they can't do
Monv.,'s boy friend in "Clash by anything else.
126 *us at about steals thel
1 d his igIng ca-' "We bad to hold off making
.-Jgsphandle movie dolls. 'Aglst AUl Fias' for two years
qglt g it as the bare- until Errol Flynn was available.
l woe with Linda Darnell And do you know why? Nobody
i fadty fair in "Blackbeard leme could handle the role.
fSt. ," Kelth dismissed his
a a Broadwavy revival A movie kid who's crazy about
Chocolate Soldier" and submarines has named his Great!
Rbe Kate" with: Dane "Periscope." Goes around
U9d me as a singer but'the studio all day shouting to the
py about being turn-. pooch, "Down Periscope."
lsaetor. After I'm es- Good news for Belita in Paris.
taid -as an actor maybe I'll F.'r French medicoa say that her
1ea, !I doubt it." broken leg is now as good as new
Ke .ent a year nder con- and that tshe oa skate aga.n
track W vid 0. 8 ick spot-
teMa in "Winged *.Victory."
Th a W KO signed him and an-
e thr year went by before he was
cRshI. 'Clash by Night."
S mons wins her bat-I
Oth) month, she
a ~on th* tted line'
'ot fMr a year or more, any-
"I want to free-lance." gor-
geous 3eq-with the shortestI
hairdo th9 side of Jerry Lewis--
told me on RKO's "Beautiful,.
lr-dofngerous' set. "I've been
under contract to studios since I
was 14. I'd like to t.- free for a
little bt-just to settle down and
get mv feet where I want to put
Some of his other co-stars may
not have liked Bob Mitchum, but
Jean's jumping for Joy at the
ehanc, to work with him and
evenM calls him "a great actor."
"Vfy tme mug is wondertmul
;. amlWy,- she gushed. "He's a
kind of a Orosby actor relaxed
and casual. And that's the hard-
st kind of actor to be."
Richard Widmark's shudder-
ing about It. but he's Tommy Udo
Tommy, tho- maniacal killer
with the unholy laugh rated
by Widmark for '"*.of D bt"
t 140, is back, butiEh another
name for one of the five O'Jen-
Satorles tn Fox's "Bagdad on
uept for the name Tommy's
the same-black shirt, white tie,
bW teeth and that laugh.
didn't want to play Tomy',
Wfmark oamfna-n on
eof his new eemesdy-.ra-
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commeuerve Ia, above,
has bMW ist ed to ark 0b-
which was 'held in Baroelola,
Spain. Obverse of the medal,
top, bean a portrait of Pope
Pius XII. and the reverse, bot-
tom, is inscribed with words and
music of a hymn. It was the
first International Eucharistic
Congress to be held in 14 yeas.
AND mIS lM
COMMUNW J' HEAD A I ftner
tem.nander oft O prison cat" A exaa, Moles a
,rude but effective mar made bytaI P W'I Matsly subdued
:ompound 76. Oae of many we fashoawsda by bie rebMllous
,risoners, the spear was used against prso n elwdo wished to give
helaelves up, rather than against the UN tWeop whfi demolished
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soni c.No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col n, -
Lewis Service SalMn de Belleza Amavrica
l.Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2201. and #55 Went 12th Stiet .-.4t Mi 0I01
Morrison's Agencia Internacional de P -a u 'a
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 #3 Lottery Plazs Phone 3toM9i
S.- FOR SALE FOR SALE
.-. Houpuu hold Auloosn ile*
.-.*R AL :-25 cycle washer. We Service Personnel and Civilian
.t;haye'hor automatic and conven- Goverrment Employes
tC.i.,tid"'mwashing machines for 25 Insist an
4" BW-l'operaflod. Easy credit terms Government Employes Finanre Co.
,'WB,* to Cnal Zone employes, Coas When you finance your new
f Sberten, Central NO 223 or used car.
famoxi Th I ~at AGENCY DEHLINGER
Fr :-The famous Si.xiomot Ne. 43 Autmeille Row
t,'r lgt.meter, rust and shock proof, Phone4. .4984 -4915
e. dic d to $24.50. Parros, Plaza h--4a
5 de Mayo. Ponaom. FOR SALE:-51 Studebaker Starlight
-- .^.---Store-and-refriorator Coupe, 4,000 miles. Reasonable.
,r 9t? StO Coca Solito, 2-G after 4 p. m.
brand new only three months use .m.-.. . .
i Phone 3-2587,. Panama. Call from FOR SALE: 1950 Nash Airflyte
5 to 4 00 p m Mr. West Statesman two-door. Built in Bed
*'t- i. ~ri -ai-.rT- '~-i Confederate Gray. Beoutflul seat
.l -Porch rider and chir cover. Ovedrive. It is NUMBER-
2 metaa own .tbles. I ED 4-U 452. McMillan & Eagen.
.T l machine slltor, 25 Cycle Colon
uild 356-6. after 4.15 wee!.' -lon.
T41 cays. 2-4175.' -. . FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker 5
KR SALE: Gas refrigerator. Go: Passenger Coupe. new point, tires.
Stove, practically new Call tele- and overhaul. F.tdg. 356-6, after
3-3314, Ponarn 4:15 week days. 2-4175.
jl ii4: Philippine mo-hog-ny FOR SALE.-1950 Ford De Luxe.
lrfytun set. lust refinished. light green, radio, oil tires like
S*db trd, lable, e ght chairs., new New car guarantee SHINY
aO; solid mahogany drop leaf AS BARBADIANS HEEL. McMillan
t, seals six, $40 00; 'Toast- & Eagan Colon
-- almost new, $12.00. Cal Eg,/
2319. FOR SALE:-1951 Ford convertible
tll Sf :-Smal*laome bar, back- Sportsman *reen. leather uohols-
be' ir, mirror, first $50 00 gets tery, radoa, sopt lights. fender
i, 1551 G. Gavy an Rood, Bal- shields. low mfleoge. Caol Albrook
S bo, phone 2-4237. 2103. Amason.
"PC SALE- Dressers modern.zea FOR SALE-1950 Oldsmobile 88, 4-
S qtlrmaster furniture. Phone 2- door Sedan. Reasonable. Finance
3 I.IHouse 0954 Amador Rd. available. Call Cristobal 3-2402.
F l5 t'*,- Por"^;in refrigerate FOR SALY-TY ord VS oonvertf
5 cycle25 52$100 00; Mahogany ch bible, light green, black top Over-
onier $25; dreser tal k$25 ece drive, turn signals, radio, sport
d room set $150; metaltch- light, back-up lights heater In-
en table, chairs $40, maple divan. directly lighted bar, CLEAN AS A
chair $75; RCA roadovic and roble HOUNDS TOOTH, McMilla 6
$60, washing machine $60; dishes. Eagan, Colon.
glassw are $5; Tank vacuum clean- EI''' .. ....
w. -or $35; Cub scout uniform $5. FOR SALE:-, 1951 2-door Cutrom
J-bui_ 8045-E Mergorito 3-1876 Ford, 8.000 miles, radio. This car
-- d.. ...I is in l niatinMav be
kkR SALE:-Bendix De Luxe Spin- seen a0rs9rlf i 0
: Dry automatic washing machine, phone 87-5224.
25 cycle, $15000. 251-A, Coco FOR SALE -1952 Oldsmobile Su-
Solo. Phone 774 after 4 p. m. per 88 De Luxe. 4 Dioor Sedm.
VOR SALE.-4 chairs. & table Quor- with radio, turn lights. convention-
termaster $15.00; 3 floor lamps; aO transmission. Phone Balbooa
Hallicrafter radio $25.00; 2 elec- 2933. House 1560 Apt. A, Gavilan
trick clocks kitchen and mantel, Area. Bolboo.a,
AiI t' electric rooster; new snow FOR SALE:-1950 MERCURY Er-
siirF st 1; baby stroller. Owen St. dorT r4'1A.-
1449-A Balboo. Telephone 2- whI'N Wl
,- 1733. car guarantee. BLACK AS 6 FEET
Z' T SALE:-. ohoganysiTtting-din- A. i E. Eil m ,1 &
4 ing-bedreoms, modern styles, per-I Eagan, Coon,
i fact condition. Reasonable price
5 Phone Panama 3-1509 or apply' AUTOLANNIA
3i Mexico Avenue 69, from 5.00 to "Te leedlUl mWitcllf le"
'; 8.00 p m. nso t
W fLE-Bendiw -Automatic wash-0 Ih
H -i- ^chine a 5 cycle $125.00 1 4f 'l T*
s' Ai a old-minter $20.00. 25 pv w wE !F
cle. 1950 Chevro'et car radio, 4*t of I A Ave. Ni 11 A
S35.00. Cristobol 3-1411.
5_, --- For your car:-Leaherette Ceollulid
tCOR SALE: Refrigerator Interna- tace vehicle reilstrotion card hold-
t cr cri Harvester $250.00. Thor ae COLON MOTORS. Inc. IDodje-
Ie, Wohin machine semi automatic, DeSoto, Panama Colon.
:;: $175.00. ra-okcase $15.00, Chi- -
nose upr;rit chest, $100.00. Vani- FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Do Lset
tv dre:ser with three mirror $15.- i r Fordor "6" black chrome wlbi
00. e mir,. $5.00. Table vents. New a n ts CLpIJ
but and four chairs $25.00. S A S A Rr McMillawl
S2197-B. Curundu. 'g Eagon,. n.1
,lsCr SALE:-Frgidoire oill porcelain. FOR SALE: 1939 Pontiac Sedan
'1951 model 7.5 foot 25 cycle (six). Duty paid. 12 new tires* &
.SinB'e beds, steel, complete. Rock- battery. excel rtaeion.
Sina.uirs. Linolewn 9' x 10 Y 5125.00. A -* Sngr 'li
design. Linoleum 4' 6' t.. ^ .ir' w, 2
tl dgn. Cutlery set, stainless _2 .
reel, 24 pieces. Dishes & glasses. FOR SALE:-1951 NASH Ramer
C.rreins, plastic, bathroom ond Custom Converfible. New car con-
kitchen. Can be seen at 147-C 8th edition and a Money overdrive, r. *.
$S New Cristabol. die beautiful, dark green. Vsit 0.
S U OeC.--,- J_ side wea tires: CUTE AS SPfl-
.:-K'io n 'Sewing Ma- LED PWMMemnon & Eagn,
e le tic, mew, $100.00, on. -
Can. c be see. o Qtrs F0 R SALE:-195 1 HENRY J '_ "
i Apt. I, Diebo Heights. Tel Tudor, our first and It surprised sa,
SyI__. radio, nice seart covers. RED A' |.
-1950 Mippoint 60 cycle A SPANKED BAYS.
outomotic wulhing machine agaon. Coin.
xw 7 ft ..rcha...-
Professor Carelina Goytia hoet shged
residence, an be reached at N9
46, 45th Street, Bella VstM.
FROM PAAMA TO WtR
one way ., round trip. ~ <13
day-mt. $M. Ilgood oar) I
to LOS AN one w. 0.
15, round tr*b4252.35. ( 7 Ori
limit) Penet fiapattich Servoe*. op
posite Anton bi stop. Tel. Pon6ma|
NOUNE OWMNRS, NNoun
WE REPAIR plumbing fixtures at
We guarantee prompt. neat work.
COMPARIA ITMEAIA DE PLOMM.
RIA, S. A. Phone 3-3350. Just
Arosemena Ave. and 29th St. Eastr
FOR SALE: Used gravity Siphon
filler with five 1 gallon spouts.
monel metal strainer. Used lug
water "miller hydro." 200 gallons
bottles hour. Used "Sparkler" fil-
ter. bronze, .plash-proof motor.
turbene type brnze pump, qoi*d-
ry nickel alloy piping. tygon hose
Tel. 337 Colon.
FOR SALE: !ciol offer. The
best slicing machines. Globe re-
conditioned, from $1 25.00 up. See
them at I tF0~ 'acional l os pl-
FOR SALE:-Used Inter-office Com-
munication system, complete with
one master station and 5 sub-
station. Tel. 337, Colon.
FOR SALE:-Two male Dachshund
puppies, 8 weeks, Tel. Balboa 2-
FOR SA LE-.pinese pup es. "Es-
tac16n S :elt" SvR' P~M41koVtpone
One compressor $100.00. 1941 Pon-
tiac, $275.00. Post toag paid to
1953 Paroiso 103, Apt. H. Tel.
FOR ,SALE:-Wliiam Knake piqno,
$225.00. First street Perejil N9 1.
FOR SALE nn& .
fet. StdireiAwffi" sgLjwn
mower. Rake. Xmas trie owen-
mont. It Jreou. Student dfk. Elec-,
tric clock. Cocktail set. Misc. ph6.
tOaroph equipment. House 568-A.
Curundu Heights. Telephone 2236.
FOR SALE:-Pups German Shepherd
(Police Dogs) 6 weeks. Call after 2
p. m. Qtr. 2153-A. Curundu, 83,
- 5294. ... -
POR SALE:-'inoculars 7 'x 50 with
case. Pair saddle bags. Indian Mo-
torcycle 440 c.c. House 0821 Bal-
boa. Phone Balboa 1385.
room asewit f or w house
for 2 months. Panqim 2-00710,
wleep In .449.
love surplus oW O. Won't some
kind soul ehi hicahy 2-month:
old puppy po .ht I i. Call 2-3712.
Hous Afnca .j C .. .
M .. pu wringss au-". .ouse UM. Mini Street, An-.
Sm outdoor. dryer. Phone 82- Fo.L C l c n. "
iL_ rouil. rrocloaimel _
,S ,SONS 1 US Dy Of Prayer E faI esU
J_ -; The NatS ef m n1'ea 3WJuly, -
t's Popular Piano Ins asry of tOfe acmk of tehe RW W W
n start play- claratlon S W. aependenoe m
rightt .y. aent needed. the U. L thi ysYralso wiIteM weanl-.
li Intemollor, Picno Teach- tJoin C i Prayer. aeli. W euinO- ,HC9
tme,F Penn. Phone 2- lng to a prol:samtian Imiisad- g ... -
IPrealdent BBy8. son U ( e 7 t fl)-
6 7%e _Pr p _Mount lamea', a dormant vol-
1 as, Just mbeea reled a. f. cano en t al Im ft Hawani,
i ',.'.;.h."... boa m 8lf8t". erupted __ y Starl.le frst taie
bIiar .i sIn N am 1 wel abt himee. and
I The proclataiMn readM: T o mmoke gMA leet' fl their ar.
I hereby proclaim Taly, July 4 Eye wYtaU u tig e etrN -
11952. as a 31iconal Day of ion oomred tein -URalease
I Prayer, on Wth e us in I mau fir -pit, a small ralter,
our chu -MaH. iair i- wlhth the 1-ie rond IE
and In our SCpa ness cats.
Otddto v. wi la toPolice MM K Ilo said the
i6 'know i them suacl whi tl '-we tion *as preceded by a
t~m n andmr. quake and "rocks mre
paiec W gat_ sowe blown fr.m the fin pit." lai
thankes .,. aa)..4! Inroads a mwd ua m ter a
Si .yatchfu Us tm Oy Pob jb i CNo..o
',jbow of a 'i--1- -11661# 41di houme TWe Iil,-A
- Csta Rica
BNIN quiet situated at 1.432
m-,s. S o level; medium tern
peattuir: ,t A. FohWnhelt; half and
h6ur from.-h capfitl. Splendid trip
hy i&, ,HWeF bacr ridthi, hrkinlg.
Dufth n -. cellrent Senrvfs
COMO Mt Clara. Dance music b
C~doinO.Olon. No reservations n1-
cesa frurdoy and Sunday.
Fmrl )t* ied "taoes. half mile
tfYS mite datro. Gas refrlge"
ator ranges. Special rates wel~'
ly or monthly, private road to
btach. tor information visit Dog-
mar, Tivell Avenue No. 6, or
phone Panmo 2-0170.
PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottaes. Thi
QAly court in Santa Clarota with an
Ocesatwew from alH cottages. Steps
to bechf Rock Gas, refrigeratloi,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
*me 3,11- 7. Morghrito 3-1673,
box NM. 495 Belboa.
GrHWh'cWs Santa Clara beech-
| c:ttWB. ilectrlc ic. e boxes, gas
s"Ots, moderate rates. Telephone
6 .44 1' e . *Gsrb_
A Ri ,I
* ? "-m ..n.
Mo kWbm Ma -AjnfUrnshd t
fmhts. Mail service optional. Con-
tact office 8061, 10th Street, New
Cristobol, telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR ?tENT:' Furnished or unfur
nished rooms for responsible Sngle
persons. "8" Avenue, house 12,
FOR RENT: Very col humnihed
apartnment with Frigidaire. Army
Inspected. Via Espafa just before
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom obartment
partly furniture, located In Deflo
Vistao. for Informotion call Balbooa
p w lhrnnMvu unadI." '- ..,
aw owwoms w oi. i
FOR. FMNT'-w tlae rom ibm
private boaf in a central area. Ap-
ply Ist floor 64h street No. 19.
FOR AENT:-f-urnshed room to be-
chaluar or married couple. N' 46,
45th Street, upstairs.. Bella Vista.
4 FO&rTSALE i
FOR SALE:-.199 74-OHV Horley
Dvlason. drst 3-2914 or see
at 80r4-J g erlta et 4 p. m.
At Lively Party
Members 'o the Cloverbloom
Crochet Club honed Miss Ma-
ry Dawku a d Ma. Ivy Ander-
Pi, two 4 mem-nrs
wkI we m -mW"
R aft adiltioMmwflr1
IT IB ALL ORt PAM LT ;
If vour dealer i out of -t
But. how Could we kne w
RoinR to bre a llU p *
vious sales records fo.
ilnsectlcldw It 1mami y..
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
'. t C en trial A ve. t' a .
PANAMA BROKERS. INC.
Hotel I tami
SELLING: Panam Forestal
Products. Pasami aInsr-
anee Co. aEd Fuena y
Lus (copnml snd pre-
Tt. 8-4119 8 I-1B
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Cut oM-llWm '
* W~dtlpev att Iine leteup
, p. w.. gS
Timppt A t", s. I.
Shipping, moving storage.
We pack and rate or move
anythirt. 'Phone 2-2451,
Protect Yew PropFrly!
Our annut l ire Insurance rates
far housetf effect tite Cal
Zon ae rr-?t i we and
aire: N -perIIA for cd
fteucaure *a to mreliftl COBh
4o M~ 60A to. mk earv
PhnMW is sir Wte~itefler.
^"WJ lt u J.1 a 't* l t
Dr. AA.LAC it
vely a Current
d other gurk u high.
eb rted jtj n hduates
(faded a ner ft A dGImrt. tl-,i'A_. 11
SMemheers U I' party were,
Mrs. M. Pond. at whse home the -12 .*-6 p.m.
varty was hold, b.Lindsay, jane SaturissI 1-!! noon.
Pgot Ola Kg, X. Mur, '
.rth a Que.y. R thlyn Bpel ... .... .P tr,1
Deri Budd. Buterc ~41 block feiat Lux Theat |
agaUia Ie waf s Je Jones, .H
rna Larriler, wil ood, Roe ., I
Stevens. Ivy suiab n and Mrs,
S'cy Fer t" laeboth
Saf e. I
fl A 431 ewS
line Sor an- tse
atveral q ffas S eisiel
alt free them tor her m
to preset ttatel Atfl trade be-
tween the Am es.
A worm trawver ance 19M,
Orsent, Uli6l., South Pratic
and UiAta ad at the
To mnAfw miht
After I a k of speelal ser-
vices in Rpr of the paternal
tiOM tt. ift Peter's churCh
La Bo", tsir Oblerranc will
come to a close tomorrow
n ght with evensong at 7:30.
I e toher at t .Iae pr
will be the Venerable John H.
Townaend, archdeacon of Co-
lmbia pnd executive etary
of the MiNionaryDiltrim"t of tahe
Panama Canal Zone.
-Toarrow will be 4t. PetW's
9ry.f t e, gad the "'yiel
ly eommunlon ptma.mt. ad
Lemuel B. Shire, priest In
chLrge will be TIhe celebrant.
h at ahe s Bai*
o ish* tenitg o to tile ai.
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Banate month do..
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A SiGTON, June 2 (UP)
itarM catomm ofite eNTT-SEVENTH TEAR PAR M. I m
'to ouse a wai" c who tlt
I 'Ar Foldce lng Job turn thumm al
$4000'00 cr -t . ,. .M .. .
X er.& Ut" e.ed a . .. bea
the Ho in a report y a o-
buildin plans now Let us burrow further into the Republc Par w ae do you knew t What's hap- a Ansa th t
S scaled dowmitn but it sueef according to the dictionary, is a o q, ,ie at 1 aa
ra, from lof on blest about or try to to o A thes sh benth
A tdshswed it"cetiwthte ma th h i 't.sp e
ed a can t I24fi tre main es will the follo
ry ore sd tyhe -;n-en. a. y o ft Q :
ra. e tolt g bja o. tron. ltu oW ,,r'.er i. oo ,
Le wagalu on the The.pnae emphasis here, most lepubHBans say. will be tn's .t-known rel. thih 5 u '"t tarve."
hat r -.P'S.ig"t and so muchn the fact that the United Stoe ls fighting it -tre4 eo, 5 S e his fire hrtleteg the Respub' f.i 'Wre not too t eat r to .tS..
teon w l, V singe and- Ibut on how h th h"tragic war ls enm tht. nhr wil e q a-i--l -- r .
w n he actually 32.2 per Congress before ordering American forces i"to s.tton, why tere y3al Th Panama Ameres. They fol. A gent d t
admitt rfnfS0 tfV ,Td-o
a a ind mosti has i no declaru T wa, wy atr was i, at. rpor e me-
.. ..... .. or c why (a the Republicans put.it) we got entaled and ema^es- '--s p bhtS t o_-| to'r o 1^Stie te'*..
commit t el red n tre se whish-gave the enem.tha . a
d ha veks the ideao ild-nwe refuse to try to win and at rupt on a muah more radloe ,
t lsad tsa d ipan he-nie time one in which we an. d Dna rol t a (B) Nota n-Nati- n hl-ranet '.,i- ..--
b sulc cdn no Ppln not L 4e t o s Pb w fre rel In w the i o era R a aid to edutPyon, tA'- I ra
ees sk, i d ? .the.. ,For e ws ef the uane t u -e got nat o s u o aor S do lan yall te o mw T aAts "ht"P -'a teWilE
lithuet, d get119 n e t ae o ntionar r ty, I r es tant e-d na i o tuo tunl t --- lt "tot m w jo rl I M a con-Um
bncx s at Aontal Tex., that wut on Korea with honor before $ "ote ho eth en,-e.,_-sa System a ,k,,,-, e r I .... .
Tid. an extra .20,000 per November, it will Immeasurably m ~ m i te cItnteie t oowy t ... I .---
rq g to have them comr help the Democratsa Everybody h. government places, as t. F na y, and above ll, the .
ied 90 days. In the count, wants the y arinvnul y the ros loair idrstle need for change. Tie eA France
aid this happened inO h ome pled fo or sop ipartleular, the Republo ha nnoer rp ist (to s') t W t U-4 mg- T"-
951, and the barracks e and in warm socks command can make gre at play that, according t6 the Repbli- l
rd h ia The mcormn- possible not merely with a oa ns, county thie a '.."o" ""
for the are aha b ff It t t .
2 anths by more thaf within the party.A Sm e rmtsuInt- the whole acrid problems to a T h Pi
*500,mmt, wa the e-ipe- ag Kal-ahek into uaor e b lat e *d the _I__B_ -of Wjf" 9a l. |I ail iMiftnim,..J ffl .^ a-
They thought that would be Asiatic polmc y-whil e at the same "*Mo m_ dtel bdi n rnoto:
st r f the A y, Navy time cbutoting military appropw'al se a. Joe Muh arthy, fer all the tIr,-' ier-a v I w ii v !
a Air akV good A is. Some l for peace- nse he has madT has never
te pom ono e. and at the same time want to uc n proving that
Another which ieded the bomb China and encourage (h warws one Communiac t Part eardwe e e;
whye ( e bs i g Oatwd nn k manger--and at the same tinti le ri charges twetl flttaatl tinhr -
StO thc Ii a trumgKlswek i ni ,1 friom detln t ahr1 a firoral mertbt buih Stea hw ade by i S
Ss tw or Keauver for whattona flavor to his w the a .
'. foe m thought po de lost iome. of its performed a pubc service In a. e P r e I l te s te ,r . I
t hs e cv f ,a J *. -, dsr ,e ek tForcn for ttE h, ri
don smesee w ab fl tng charge ar. (raman with- re of sthe major Btators ofh are, ttp y at large t eft.e.,,op atia would ta- tWW1MoN
bM tle os maae* su w sth eI d. _eaof- oal ar we efus etotrd to w ih o m and atm d,_.a .W u as m~ol e i_ pM uk ,, .t I.e
Air Cd b t UN frm what Went on h tIe Tat steem Co. O* lohn B. Seybold
diIeU-also meekths tre- way of tank coats, Indtoep- latlonist record wMon de fsr game. t B tO availehle
~s. to ghemut where tes telag freeors, and opose blear Ando though his c a ling to spokesmen aor the CIO Unit-
33$ i. two. The "cost wifall "_. w"aci dat te dindii e h won flinhed 5 e r k .,. wsit age- w H i o e LOW bya 1. /
bi. a per e t s the corruption issue would be ch l acceptance that, pot-conv on, h e basic prod uptstloyin more Ano i o 38. NARC
ia. b ast 0 e. hotter. Rut it' hard to blame would add ale m interna- A MAJOR S : re, th an 1,5 rkers, was an cord 'i- iN A. Victor, tha
S,'who o c f the fsin or IIauver for what tionalist flavor to hi ws partyhese T. al iier Im rtant ,b in the usually aptr- '*
se thought happened uaner Truman any butoaden hIm"r. Wretan oIn the stept
-u wa e a bit r t t 1neldentwe for what as a turnc eat i e t.r. too that -o- m rlw however. -- Lc e arl er, I'oINd
Ry ear 1l. Joseph F. Jel- eda under Harding. loudly agsah"at Adm tratlo. Likely to be t frOt by tl)i. Ford Motor announced that.. Th.s
ut maat some of the fri. l hate oculto "e repaw i to the cr- foreign poly. Theyo nce retirik, to Amerca, he -e to a cuttaled mu ly of a worki
I e balne were f rpon charge are: (A) Rpub- e of the mJor mator h alre ar e fee teel, opera would vta. -would tt i Mod
s. i to ed ave theo $r0,st000t~h tlo- n1 yhhahit, "'.- 7 aandabva .ll't
,artic pr m. He has _Mercury plants 'b H is 1 .i
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