The Panama American

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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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00067

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S TH E Lsome way of disco v ering just
what questions the maort of
qTA0labor's 18,000,000 members would
like to ask Sen. Taft and Gen.
Sau gg Elsenhower as they speed into
A SIMPLE SOLUTION the final lap of the nomina-,
tion race, I feel these are the
Gentlemen: queries the unionists would putS
After many years of close observation of the situation that to them. --
exists in the Canal Zone and the many groups who oppose tnI've asked them of Sen. Taft / .-- -lor
= policy of the United States, I believe I have arrived at the and a leading spokesman for wa,
only solution for the betterment of the Good Neighbor Policy the Eisenhower forces.
in the Canal Zone. Here are the questions and Mae
1. The immediate construction of a sea level capal, dig and special answers from Sen. Taft. s e
blast it wide and deep. It should be at least 2500 ft. wide with Tomorrow Governor She, man it
long sloping banks that in case of an attack from enemy planes Adams of New Hampshire will mtp n
Should only tend to widen and deepen it than to close it. give the views of the ten-
This should be accomplished within a period of 5 years witn hower camp: o
our modern equal ment and Atomic Energy. Sen. Taft, don't you think Rhad Ip
2. This would eliminate the towns or Pedro Miguel, Gatun, that the oppotion th
La Boca, Red Tank, Paraiso, Silver City, Rainbow City, etc. All tatore opsto heha d alt
employes except bachelors' would be repatriated to the Unit- labor movement to the Taft- t o he
ed States, all local rate help will be terminated, those from the Hartley law has hurt your co B in t
British Isles being repatriated immediately and all from Pana- chances? President,
ma returned to the Republic of Panama. This would eliminate "The principal basis of argu- In a s "
in these towns such things as schools, Commissaries, Clubhouses, ment o0 my opponents in the aimed not
Dispensarys, Police and Fire Stations and the personnel thht 1952 s dental campaign P
operates them. seems obe that labor would toe u er h, i
3. With a sea level canal three Divisions will be. abolished, against me because of the Taft- ardly.
Locks, Dredging and Industrial, so Gamboa will be abolished Hartley Law.
too. This will help to reduce the personnel of Balboa, Anco"n Nothing could be further
Cristobal and Diablo. from the facts. For the same a t
4. Since we will have very little use for the Raslroad, abol- reason every New Dealer in the w empty in hu
Jih that operation along with stations, round houses, car re- country in 1950 said I couldn't to maternity i
pair shops and the complete personnel that operates It except win n Ohio. My opponents are down a daft that
acielors,. wrong today just as they were And tonht, in
5. With all the above things gone we will have no need for wrong then. may notabe able to serv
any large armed forces in this area. Transfer all military, air "I believe that my successes veto bealoveryth
force, and naval personnel to the Unitted States to be deployed In the 1950 general election and Alred he har do
where the President sees fit. This would abolish such establish- in the Republican primaries /a In L Mih_ on
ments as Quarry Heights, Forts Amador, Clayton, Davis, Kobbe. this year are due in no small ower boom i
O lick, Corozal, Albrook Field, West Bank, Coco Solo, etc. This part to my record on legislation "-t be tral d
W eliminate many thousands of local rate workers at a great affecting the security and free- tion wsc i orbed t o looe to the
ghig to the United States taxpayers. dom df the individual working dpline to rdeem it from th
6. We are pretty close to the bottom of the pile by now. man and woman. I have won d .e. aat o fton.,f .
iSe ove all water, communication, light and sewage systems seven of the nine primaries in B A
Sending all metals to the States to be stock piled. This will which I have been a candidate ecArthur 1s also phoned
prevent any more jokes like the stealing of $75,000 worth of ca- this year. i O holder t key to i orw
S 18 months. "In 1950 Mr. Truman sent most Subm a rine'el
7. Abolish all docks and shipping facilities in Balboa and of his cabinet to speak against Al
Crisobal and transfer all shipping into Panama City and Colon. me In Ohio. I had the opposlSur r n r
Retur to the Republic of Panama the respoa ibiity of collect- lion of the top brass a in the lab- heweae-the "srAightIt-
Sql" and disposing of its garbage. build and mAintain its own or movement, but I wo e by 430,'Mumtt
ter and sewage systems in all cities now maintained b the 000 e oBy RUARK m amr
nited ts, transfer the complete maintenance of the oyd carrie 8 of the 88 Oh
Unite 84 o fd t o Stat.es ..r ansfer By W 8 ^. R. U
f oosevelt Highway to Panama. Now cancel all land grants and care 84 Of to
baesand remove Immediately all persons residing them. counties, including every one of-6a W B
an tee ee d go etlarge industrial cat- NEW YORK.-One of the grest documentaries the u head. denotng, a clean sweep, and two : .
wll t.e Comm arles, Post agglinge of ctraband dinto is. Some Idea of the labor sup- the last war has Just slid from the presses, with nar a fish left to fire. \ n o"
will eliminate fao chance fore oe =ake such a po- u n "ned itsee- le, Itgs called now 8haa taie" bj e toy f 0011*i- It
e a which the Chamber of Commerce Is having. uech a rt I acquired can be Bned cr so it seems to me. It's called "S arne" by Our eubs did just about everything They sank you m who one
i hichstae ata e oearlae Cuyahi mt -Cindr Edward L. Eea USN lt, cher submarines. They knocked of whole edn- i em th Ii
billy-ahe over at the present time. wn gi .. ." "
'-Since through the process oim nation we now have (Cleveland) 1944 returns wlt $3.50) and even this many years later te goose voys. They sank major fighting ships.. They shot A
.mor t ne than a long wide ditch, establish some where in those of 1950. In 1944 I lost Cu- pimples still sprout on your neck when you ip harbors. They rescued do-ted fighters. They come in ew
m of Gambot a large cash register which will get the yalhop by 9,35 vott but in reIur marine" is basically the story of U. 8. S. toek tJap prne seas so hlean of Japanese a dearl
Vi ng. and coming. Build an air conditioned bomb proof 1950 I won by 22,890 ar- tn b m e rlj oe pa^MJ^tM stry o f UliiiifThe I teaso lean of JelinHI 11, 7iii 111111IBPurl
n and omin. Build pe an ahors condital. clubhouse, ret- over of 10,243 In th m tu Trigger, on which Cmdr. each served from en- shippg ht in the end they were eruisig The story brought an ffial
t, a small dispensary ad stl. t O ta sd sgn onward, but over-all it is a co lately around on the surface, shoot u sampa was true.
ar d a small store only. establish a dutrie d county in the state, fascinating account of the entire slen ser- lth machine guns, for lauhs. res The reasons a
Patrol (bachelors only) a jail and court. Buld boe 1950 Oho cam- vice alone so destroyed apanse sts that the not know ,.
takes there also for refueling of sh and abot Pn members organ We were not told much of submarines while Nps had nothing left to float men and sup- l nowa
"d ePatrol Now we will needa of ut 1i00iu t d labor League for Taft hle war was on, and not too much after. be- pi by t end of Im4. ut Idoknany
nee d for were active In every in-cau of the h hut _blesecuitlt. Inr- Se sis fAst 'i.
there will be o ter. Included were member that inq aL l r even the citations ed me, wa g acute I
orgthe AFL, the rau- p aped were hitem- elevator. They..
ofairman, Wills a laL
organlestaon, cide- scannedfur=cup t
dns and the W. g a whole lot okpe .&.
Th should have a very stimulate et on AS former state com- Work briefly in press censorship at Mka- They were picked men of tle highest
in Panama in general, many torkMs bW b turif g g of the AF.n lapa onOahu, during the last year of the war from messman to sodp aer nd e vv
industries wil boom in e interior and nw fins memberr of the AFL rith Japan, I used to read battle reports from every boat.had to b able to do evy o. So he Uahowr ,the
nhececton day they had boats like Trigger and Harder and Twig and ties M mt I I
o o cco,w-he rice, etc. Yes Sirl nGood upright fieldshonesto work- twor eeton members doing door Wahoo, and even the dry, stilted navalesens Their goings were lent, nt. their fiv P vw n ando
e so. to door work for every precinct could not rob the account of its excitement. from patrol were u mre laiq "They came the t
What-Ho. In the state. You would have reports, say, mentioning ca- pale and underweight and li** from tie- )
h have been In hundreds of aually that (mdr. Blade Cutter t hs boat char and they hit t with a -wast
A SESfactories all over th6 nation into a J apharbor and watched a re race peao s Impact. 'Bi dr he W.t
NAVY WUSES during the last two years and through theperiscope or that, again in a No cop on Oahu could han beenfor to tut.at
have talked personally with Ja harbor, some skipper had casually torpedoed throw a submariner into jail, mater h
nocapn, C.* thousands of working men and amo eanMos a wole blo of aip sailors drunk and dio early he Was .eve daton
Much has been said pro & con about 'the C. of C's demands y and large th k to their private a uarters, .
ushe that sueppoen dly seard tohl wnav Staion onWest ticularly Jealous far the ir par- I remember one report of a MY who was l Hawalian Hotel. a ieuteaevnr
bu e that supposedly serve the Naval Station onWet sonal independe e r per- claiming two transpo sunk, and I recall he eause these boys, still quivery from n
driver s slovenlyace to the treaty and the public. Not only are de inspeech and reckless the case of voand ths ie said he did not actually see the transports sink ovaets and butterflies bluttering in their th, su.brip defeat at
drivers aoveny in appearance, rude in pech, and reckl true In forseh voting. They but till claimed them. For, he Mai, "we sank ac would shove ailent offagain soon re the
Indifferent operators but the "Public Service" angle is totally and Ivote for whom they please the two destroyers who were pielking up the a frook of them wouldn't oi ank. -
t. votea s will delver their Survivors-.." hundred and seventy-four officers sad 8,131 in-
buses leave the station at 3:30 p.m. daily not spaced Don't ilebelievethatlted men didn't come back. Ai w& MareArthure
all at once that's fine for the employes living in Pans- ft l a the There was the report I rem beofCmdr.
but if you live on the station and need transportation taf "et Law has cur- Jim 2lanchard and his exec, an old buddy of Commander Beach as done a weh r s
you will wait until 4:15 p.m. or better, till all six come tailed union activities? pte named Sen Adams, sinking a first-line simple and dramatic job in tailing you a.ot
ring back. Same thing in the morning. All the bues "The fact of the matter is ap carrier of the BShokaku class with one tor- these men and the business thmy were in. Oils gl wofiuwood to the me
Tivoli at 6:30 a.m. and if you want to get into that despite the ridiculous pee-bit Into the 1a line stowage compartment. It woed be sheer blood-an&thunder a a mere major, to
I Walk two miles out to the gate and get a Kobbe bus. charges that the Taft-Hartley M h Morton's Wahoo sank about everything for the simplicity of wry humor with whWirchf S
W(sgd.) Stranded In A Swamp. Law 1 'slave labor' legislation, theJlap owned with a fried egg on Its masthed., spins his story, but the net result is that y7t Ab extra kick outt
__ _. twworkers have benefited in a eehe turned up missing. wind khild of proud of your kintoiks l;u I f. .s
HOLIDAY MOVIE number of ways. Odr Beach'Is riggermen felt shPm emin i Sa t elous war that was fought to the hB ut a
Since passage of the law in, f they came back to Pearl without. a, -ee tie cifdt 0 in political piecemeal. Without siring
W Io does the planning for the Panama Canal Clubhouse 1947 wages in manufacturing me -Ish
SIt would be Interesting to find out what genius decid- industries have increased to et a kick out of the
peent "Back to Bataan," a grim war movie, to several, bo0 1hedfe hs1taa, morei 4.acnhrh
younters Friday afternoon at the Diablo Theater. wk!o erys ae now covered pby
situpid choice r was made as special holiday fare to kid-- hed a_, welfare and pensions .a .eg2m ht haWeb


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badaches, fretting about the mve an d p o rev d whaes ad uniose o

are suitable for children before they make such a mi- have benefitted." hi waese e ha bike le IW te Umbay is por l tiStt *
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nedaetete r r e*e asn tyis .ave M. C u s hiu sae, Co,. a cula rly buying ,ll,
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:.EW YORK July 7 'UP, tons flowing to his editors. He
William Randolph Hearst was a had no patience with careless-
newspaper man before he ever ness, lethargy or indifference.,
got Into the business While still He was as interested In whether
a student at Harvard he was his papers met their publish-,
writing letters to his father, ad- ing deadlines as he was in what
Visiag him what to do about a they printed.
small, struggling paper called "Either the paper is going to
'the San Francisco Examiner. get out or some of the respon-i
The story is told in "William slble editors are," Hearet wrote
Randolph Hearst A Portrait in when he learned onp of his pa-,
RHis Own Words." edited by Ed- pers was failing to hit the street
'mond D Coblentz who was on time. 1
closely associated with Hearst No detail of his publishing
throughout his adult lifetime, ventures was too small to enlist,
(Minion & Schuster. S3 50'. his attention and when friends,
Hearst's father was wealthy urged him to slacken the pace'
but he wasn't particularly in- at which he worked, he replied',
terested In the San Francisco "The band will play just so long
Exanmner oi any other news- without Sousa."
paper. He offered his son ranch- Few men did more to change
es but young Hearst held out the tempo of American jour-
for a newspaper. From Harvard, alism than Hearst. He speeded,
he wrote to his father: up the competitive pace among'
"in the first place I would I papers. He brought controversy
change the general appearance and clear, simple writing to the
of the paper and make seven editorial Dage at a time when
wide columns where we now most newspapers expressed
have nine narrow ones, then I their opinions in involved, stuf-
would have the type space e d fy prose.
more Secondly. it would be When Hearst wrote an edito-
well to make the paper as far rial or a column, which he fre-'
as possible original, to clip only quently did, he established him-
when necessary and to imitate self as an expert craftsman. He,
only some such leading journals believed in t.e :,hort sentence
as the New York World. whichithe clear Idea clearly expressed
is undoubtedly the best paper.and the eye catching phrase.
of that class to which the Ex-i His idea utf how to put out a
aminer belongs -that c las s i newspaper was best expressed
which appeals to the people I In a letter to Coblentz, then edi-
and which depends for Its suc- tor of the New York American
cess upon enterprise, energy "In ancient times McEwen
and a certain startling origina-ionce said of the American that'
lity when you picked it up and look-
The formula brought Hearst ed at the first page, you said


success with the San Francisco
flamlner. He never departed
"very far from it, and on it he
'built a grat publishing empire
He had Incredible energy and
enthusiasm for the job. H e
worked 18 hours a day.
In later years he read every
one of the Hearst newspaper
and kept a stream of sugges-


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THEY BACK US UP-assidents of W
demonstrate that they, too, are again
North Korean prisoners now held in UN
Any Humiliated Truce" Is only one of.
appeared on banners born by the crowd.
repatriation has deadlocked the K,


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Mlas of forced
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Conditions Not So Hiavenhy

I Red 'Workers' Paradise'
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"And when you looked at the HONG KONG, July 7 (UPi They are crowded, bad and dir-
second page you said, "Holy "Appalling labor and living con- ty. In the dormitories for the
Moseond p yusd editions" in a factory In Red workers' famnles, four, five or
"Ansd at the third page, 'God China -once styled a "workers' even six tWfilles live In one
Almight y.' paradise" by the Communist room, with double-deck ed
"HAl migh nt that thy.re was rulers- have been disclosed by bunks, and the result is that
surprise and excitement on the official Workers' Daily in some of the families simply see
each page." Peiping. no sunlight.
h The "appalling" conditions "In a dormitory housing more
were said to exist in, the state- than 200 families, only one tol-
owned gunny bag factory in let is available and women have
AMukden, Manchuria, where the to line up for their turn. In the
ANAS DE PANAMA, S. A. Reds claimed workers were en- courtyard the drains for dirty
Sjoying better treatment than water are out of condition.
flA in capitalistic countries. "The dormitory for sing le
. I.A The Workers' Daily said that workers is provided with only
nearly all the 1,700 workers In wooden k'ang (platform used as
iNCES the factory were suffering from bed and heated by attached
N bronchitis, stomatitis or tuber- oven) and over 10 persons occu-
culosis as a result of unsanitary py one room with three persons
SS FLIGHTS BETWEEN: conditions and overwork. About sharing one mat...
170 workers are on sick leave on "Though bad, crowded and
ID SAN JOSE the average every day. dirty as the dormitories are,
The Dally s a i d conditions net all the workers can live
THURSDAY were so bad that the workers there. During August, Septem-
were complaining they "have ber and October, i45, some
i 15 Tel. 3-1057 3-1056 pot yet been liberated." workers having no place to live
The blame was pinned on the went to sleep in the booking of-
tindifferent, irresponsible and flee of the railway statto and
Dbureaucratic attitude" of the some even had to live under the
Marty unite in charge of the arch of bridges, only to be taleu
Mr. P.A. Want Ad' cts. w t o to back to the fltory by the po-
a folowln then went on to lice.
a following e the following picture of the "There ti only one mesa hall
Of prospects ..nthty fine! appealing labor and living con- for the whole factory. The Wkt-
Miltons" in the factory: chen is small and filled with
What's more ... he signs "The whole place is filled steam, 'nd when it rains, the
them quickly with dust from hemp, hot air, cook has to work under an um-
em quiy machine oil smell, and bad odor brella. The tood Is poor and af-
On the dotted line! of wet hemp which make ter some time many comain
breathing difficult. Not only is of gastro-ntestinal trouble."
there no regular equipment for besidess, the workers ogiWf-
Your clamified ad will at. ventilation but there is not even ally worked nine hours a day
^tract awade of gVf- s" .. a small window for fresh air to with one day off in a week, but
tract arcade of 0 ome in and stuffy air to get la the first and second quarters
pects because everyone il out. The window glass on the of Ow year, they have only one
Pana-mi'/ and the C t| ceiling Is covered with a thick day in two weeks due to the
Panasma and the CaCsi layer of dust which makes it nation's urgent need of produc-
Zone reads P.A. Want Ads impossible for sunshine to come tion.
through. "Now they have to work on
regularly. ITry them nW "These are the conditions Sundays every other weex. An
... the results will surprise mainly responsible for the fact worit hours are long and the
VIou that 80 per cent of the sick time for rest 'is shabort, and as
workers are affected with tle conditions for rest are ex-
coughing. tremelypoor, the workers have
"What about the dormitories? little ance of recuperation."


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B W an ycVrmystery t* 1bi Hollywood pals.
fSnilid wof thewo &re id about his threi-
aoas ii month mfiCearance. Even sA
U waisfte, J ina C de Sca fa, l so
ea u &f the dark ~btCabot's vanishingt
aboutI --
W1ergs.Ch|g Jack Benny, a bi hit at the
t i IcausPa adtnB, writes that the bfI
heye Iftiftreff without Joke in Loldon is about the rein-
.M.- deer who went into a bar and or.
rd- ....tcha which coast him
The bartender said, "It's very
L iunteal Msing a reindeer in
viw.b hore,"" and the uaiMSala p i ed,
ef "At these prices, you 'F*bfy
k won't ter see one agal."
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Om Dipiy AtJW3
Raow'M do ort the JW1B
Gallery k a eatetion of artI
workab 1y Pie. Avyst 3. Hol-
BU '* it" `work recently
dlspht! .tba ate M Ptana-
ma wej omtbiveufl,>H re-
ceSed a"d Di ptMUlsp of
scebe of- Pama were oft great
Inter% to local art groups.
Tt hot icludee water
col t ped, "Union Stat on-
ChqEMU "Chrlstmas Eve;"
wtthF-rftya a ketch of Hol-
mS.i '; "hn in the
3Na d"r; arvt Rock"; "The
lt V ~two oil paintings.
Ov" W1 and "8:30 Show,"
5tr *eiO pencil sketches of
t Reach calif.
Tw eshibWt Is open to the
pdktt'ansd Will continue until
JaU a. The Ilery Is open from
9 &t. to 10p m. dawiy.
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M8a. Leona rvintg afrived on
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the SB. CrWWMII l to W S
Margalts fors a Meth; MWr. I -
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an die a teaebher tIn thse shoots
thwre. She WI be the4 m.et of
Mrs. Dorothy Montayne sad, tEl
is her second vait to the Iith-

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fe o Port Davit etened at
teir home
wz arrp r sb aU. at
Master gt. and M. JohnM
Loets who wi leave the fth-
mis on July 12 to res bde t
ftvsnt. A late 1baff was
serve tl e s
the per2t honor re -
seated wIth f bely aSm ad
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3. minutes of current Latin aM
-& Iaffi^da teT a American melodies and will G
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IMntie wlfI be served.. tr ._.
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Lewis Service SI de Beeza Aaericano Carlto Drug .
*4 TtvoN Ave.-Phone 2-2391. and .* WaI Ifth Street 10.IS Muelenbad S 016 CA


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Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


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*I Lottery Plaza Phone 321-3l "" Strw eoit
Ph" 2-M4- ii


FOR SALE FOR SALE
Households Automohile
FOR SALE, 1 '51 Hotpoint auto-, Service Personnel 'and Civilian
r-at.c washer, S250.00. Qtrs. 46- Goverment Empkloye
B, A lrook. rhone 3230. Inslllst n
---- -wa .G.e------ -- rnment Employes Finarnce Co.
FC i S -DC -Double bed. wardrobe. Wher you finne your new
Gir tcble win 4 chars. FOurl or used car.
of A .Avenue No. 3. Apt. 7. AGENCY INLINE R
IC S SALE Bedroom furniture. No. 45 Autombile Rew
c' neti. I..r.ngroom. stove, pictures. Phene 8-4984 3-4985
t, Everyvh.ng cheaf. No 8, Co- FOR SALE:-1950 paidtform Truc
ior.b.q Street Act 5. with winch, perfect condition, goo
FO. S5ALE.-Westinghouse refriger- tires. "Agencias Globiles," No
tIor 21v yr guarantee. 25 cycle 121 Via Espano. PanamA.
2 mahooan., beds ishp's bunk FOR SALE:-Leaving Panama. 195
style -th prings, Lionel M. G and 195 Austlo, duty pod
formernr c:lr Mehocanv floor Low mileage, cheap. Must seli
lamp, high chair, English bicycle Phone Panama 3-2809.
artmed 142-r rradStr ad, Balboa3 6 m
FOPh R Se 2- ALE353 FOR SALE:-Levin; PACKARD 51
F4 doors, leather upholstery, radio
FOR $ALE:- I portable phonbgroph ultramatic s y steIam, reasonable
blue. in good condit on. S1i00 priceeasy payments. Sr. Sotillo
Telephone 2-3272 cer sie at 09206 No.1. Central Avenue, Ponoma
Amedor "oad. Balboa. 3 6 p m.
FOR SALE--9 cu. ft.' Refrigerotor FOk SALE -1950- Mercury. 2-door
25 cycle $75. 2 electric clocks. black. $1,600. Can be financed
Tel. 2-638 1. 626-D Empire St.. Balboa. Phone

Fr SALE SOR ,:1940 Dodae Sedan


Boa & Motors
FOR-SALE--22 foot sailing sloop
"Dee." New sails. At Balboa Yacht
Club. 5320.00 or $160.00 Half
.I*rterest 83-4214.

WANTED

ANTED:-Quiet, nature perma-
nent. couple .wont to rent or live
on Atlahti:, side. Cottage or du-
ple*: apartment. two bedredm 'en-
/ .moid's,quarters Call Gulick 51 7 o
'430.


aJmd io Prn Ams

Afl J11' CommUnity $Sltoe

:8,40,

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Remarkable condition. Good rub-
ber; leaving Zone. Price (Includ-
ing Insurancel. $300.00. Call
Raonoh Navy 2290 or 2347 after
hours.
FOR SALE:-1951 Sportsman green
Fc.-d convertible, radio, spot light.
wh ie sidewall tires. low mileage.
Call Balboa 4422. Amason.
FOR SALE:-Immaculate 1951 Lin-
co'n Sedan, block, 8,000 miles.
radio, heater 'undercooted, etc.
Will accept trade in. 1579-A, Goa-
v.Ion Area. Balboa 2-2t04.
FOfR SALE" --M-G '-5A-1 condition
51.400. Haust W57-G, Diablo
Heights
FOR SALE:-1947 Chrysler ISedan).
Good running condition, $700.00.
177-D. Pedro Miguel.

Position Offeired
WANTED:-Auto salesman for Ca-
nol Zone. Please send' fUl particu-
1rs., Box 293, Pqrufa C;ty. :


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Air LM: Niews


'" for nay -o'e 'a
I'.s .t0 nVurite Two ft ords In pinsle fy
E SAWTIAOO, Cls, juVi 7-_
A ato; .A. Patagmfr -l Inter-%fmkcano
IlSalon recently, broke two record -in a
IL rQ ere (BBC D single day, it was announced
I ,m mp SPORTS here by the airline'sa otfe,.
W "i Between Lima and Antof-
Comes Louis Jordan gasta the DC-6 set a new flight
O emmenfary time of 2 hours and 47 mInutes.
49,1" VOAI The old.-record was .2 hboafs.57
Xent.tore D I g.e st minutes, alhd the schedule time
S3 hours .25 minutes.
a ou. m iBBCi The same plane made a re-
ani is O (ro'd flying time between An-
TIH, 1 to;agaa and t an an ago d 2
M'iM"At 'Your Wn In-hours. 8 minutes, breaking 'thb
AtouWi- old time of 2 hour 17 mn maL
.r dThe 'regular schedule time th 2
O.1 5aLt hours 40 minutes.
S Piloting *B Inter-AmreUeloba
..ran Panagra captln.
S'4--rlo- O Cameron C. HroHeold. One of tW
Tuesday, Juy factor e contributing to the rte.
Scored time. according to. the
Of -Alarm oc ra representative here,
r, ."i was the new CB-16 engines -n ce
Sj ASlaon cntly installed on the planes.'
Quilt Crew Controls Fire
lan HaFmonies On .S Troopship
I .IA$aURG, Germany, July 7
i Heart'Program (UP-Fire broke out yesrerm
me t IIn the englneroom of the.I lted
States troopship General Mor-
F-Record ris Rose. en route to Rotte-.
dam. Holland. from the UpitelI
f Record States.
ith B15d Tbhe vessel, carrying 0. 0.
troops to Europe, messaged
icon Music later that soldiers had brougt
*r Music the englneroom fire under cm-
tral.
Messages from the distreoimd
I)Rlty Parade vessel were received by the
In and Reation Hamburg signal station.
l3 From Les Paul The General Morrisn Robe fta
fr Dancing the fire developed while she'
.of',he Vikings was off Amsterdam.
of the Bands .Thel vessel said she v.
ir Concert Hail changing course and headn
AItIweshow for the German port of Bremt-.
for Tesuday haven.
AN fASION The number of troops. aboarl
I Tour.ravorite the vessel was ndt known hqe.
8 FIRST LOVE -
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it1BON SPOTResume Activities
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sNon The Pacific District of theE
ad Commentary PDB*O Brigades, commanded
* lb eslie E. Green, resumed op-a
Iterd (VAUI) IeUtons Saturday after a lapse
ran t a fri .Digest of rveral months, it was am-
'1 unounced today.
I* "it ReeOlta The fnonnoement by itgu.
ford N. Surt, acting adjutant
t l n general of the Brigade, I
imeet.. ai wiU be held every waS
Wil ." *at 2 :1 at the French .

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PERSONAL
Will the kind gentleman who lent Graml
-me five dollars at Cass Mufto. Co- cotton
Ion at 9:30 0. m. Monday please stovib
drop me a note so I can mail him 6-441
my chck M.M. Box 93, Colon. Phillflp

MISCELLANEOUS _gn
Do Yu lav t Miadi
Writh AkeleMlla aymoe. be
2031 ANeco. C. 2.
d AQUARISTS:-New tropical fishes In
e stock. Panama: Acuorio Tropical. Modern I
I I th Via Espalo, opposite Juan ments. A
Franco Stables. Phone 3-4132, ta t off
1 Colon- 8066-A. 9 V2 Street Cristobqf,
Phone 1251-B, hours 9-11 -

NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
U.. 0. IPARtMENT OP THE
e INTERIOR FOR REN.
S OFFICE OF TERRITORIES meals..
WASHINGTON 25. D. C. child,
July 1, 1952 StIo
Sealed bids will be received by the -
Chief of the Public Works Division. FOR REr
Office of Territories, Department of kitchen
e the Interior, Room 2713, Interior rooms
Building. Washington 25, D. C. until 45th S
2 00 P. M. 1952, August 28, Day-
light Saving time, fdr the construc-
inon of the Christiansted Consolidat-
ed School and the alterations to the I
La Vaoile Elementary School, St. FOR SALE
Croix, Virgin Islands. /chin
At the time and place Indicated plate,
above the bids will be publicly open- writer,
ed and read aloud. Bids received -,.
after the hour set for the bid open- FOR SAL
ing will be returned unopened. semi-hu
aP4ns and Specificatioti and other notion
prowoed contract documents are $225.0
open for public inspection at the of- rors, $1
fice of the District Engineer for the $75.00
Virgin islands, Thomas G. Mooney. FOR SAL
Charlbotte Amaille, St. THomas. IS. 5 dio -pha
Virgin- islands; M. A. Dyer Compo- lent 'cc
ny. 2 'School Street, Boalt*, Mos- phic 2
sochuttos; Leterir" M.- M"', Chief. rollfilm
Public Works Divlsion, Rtri&h- 213, access
Interiop',uilding, Washindtan, 0. C.; case, r
A. 'C Office, 1 I 13 C ongVe seen
Building, Miami, Fldride, Buldrsn stairs
Exchange, 46 Northeos 6th Stroeet.
M1t1ii. Florlo; U. S. Department of FOR 'SAL
Cserfmce, N '2, Puerto tRican Re- Ps,. Pt
crltotien tAministration Graifies, nd of
S.ill rieJwuon, Puerto AI F. to Bo01(
Iig 19 W'111011114th e 'cl~d
4S S N. Y4 FOR SAN.Y
| t I .C document may be CoaMre
wpr tlr fifoimn fie office of M, A. 8 x 3(
DY% Cfiosny CArchitect-Engiretr) 3-3253
at 24 Schoal Street. Brston. Mosa- -_
chusefs tjpon deposit of $50.00 by FOR SAL
certified check payable fo the Trefo- t | V1
sUrer oa the United States, all of All ot
which will be refunded to bonl. Ide B@fbo
bidders upon the return of thew..an and.6;
and specifications In good condition FOR SALE
withlwn fifteen (151 days from the Pup.. F
4ote of bid opening. A bona ffde Boalbo
bidder includes any person who sub- -
mits a&, bid or oa general contract, *li
but dfs not include a person Who eIms I
s-mft o quotation to the general
d~ditct bidde. Sealed bid
To pees who procure plans and 10 o A.
silcifications upon payment of the bathtubs,
above stated amount, and who do Cfied at'
not submit a bid, $30.00 will be ho an,
refunded upon the return thereof in urlk sg t
good condition within fifteen 151 tInfln, ben
days from the dote of the bid open- e t
ing. No refund will be made for Ciwl"e
return after that time. pIfheo fI.
Each bid must be accompanied by ltst r
a satisfacrory bid security icertrfledarid far I
check or bid bond) In an amount cotmact Mr
of not less than 5 per cent of the 3-15la I
1ai4 bid. e hom thi
the successful bidder will be re- flos f Su4
quired to furnia h o performance aloo, tai
bnd and payment .bond, each in the o
amount of 100 per cbnt of the con-
tract price.
No bid mOy be withdrawn until
thirty 130) loys ofter the scheduled To th
Closing time for the. receipt of bids .
The Government reserves the right
to reject any and oil bids and to
waive Informalities with respect
thereto. The Govemment also re- 03
reryes the right to award a contract p I -.-17 t'
for the various items on the bosis partfa '-
of the basic bid 'or by the adoption prUa "
of any or oil of the deductible al. ter o 1
trhates. whichever is In the best
interests of the United States. TbIlan
LESTER M. MARX CAted 4
Chief. Public Works division Pal r ObeJ
Office of Territories I__th,










SUEnu ;I to Noal.ty. Te m


fl Clar beach-
e ft boxes, gas
b rats. Telephone

i ottoges, Santo
t* o. Phone
i .-i a- 3163.


unfurnished opart-
Ve k optional. Con-
SI Oth ,Street, New
Ow 13f6 Colon.

RENT


IT: furnished room with
to ntitrred couple without
in No. 46. 45th street, up-
SS;t:00 p. m. on.
bT?-4urnished room with
," fithaoe and gas, also
with meals. Tel. 3-4625,
t. No. 34.

* SALE

E'--Sinrer sewing foot mo-
Simmons double bed. com-
as stove, Underwood type-
itroller. Col6n 916.
':-Thor washing machine
atomatic, $150.00, Inter-
I Harvester refrigerator,
0. Dremor with three mir-
15.00. Rtado "Pye" 7 band
. 2167-4, Curundu.


E:-Zenith short-wave ro-
noaroph, 60 tycle, excel-
ihditlon $75, Speed' Gra-
1-4 x 3 1-4 with flash,
back, pock adopter eand
ries, solid rmhnouany book-
Todern design $35. Can be
t 8, 46th St. Bella Vista,
a. or call Panama 3-2260.
:-German Shepherd pup
jre bred. Mayl be Weel at
r:illwrio" Porres road, next
Ic d.l; Pueblo, Son Fren.
e la tatetd r
E: .ie Kod*k 1mm
f:.l.e To $95.00. Zeiss
) binoculars, $45.00. Tel.

E:- Westinghouse tank
um'clieaner. 25-60 cycle.
rtodhments. $40.00. Coil
2-425.. Between 4 p. n
p. -nm.
E:-On- Doberman Pinscher
vW flak. old. Male. Call


M itSgIAL COMPANY
B FIX"ITU end
l FOR MLE
I vwill be received until
'M., July 10,"1952, for
belis and lovotories Io-
SetIon "1 Balboa Store-
d ftunfalns, bowls, tanks,
owr waste and vent fit-
Is, end famndry trays Io-
Mte Mlaintehonce Division,
For InfOrmation and ins-
Ir Itwi'located at Balboa
WeOnn, telephone 2-2720
tens located at Cristobal
.,J. M. Watson, telephone
Id toerm mal be obtained
bae soures, or from of-
rrMtfhdant 9 fStorehouses,
iphbn e 2-2777.

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WSurIMe W1be dedl-
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CQOMMERCIAtJ

PROFESSIONAL

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lROse$"ld Painting Mtk

SPRINT
No Me No Mixinfg
No B s-ea No Waste
E a can sa a convealent
paint bomb
1 AvailabJe In many
beautful colors,
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
270 Central Ave. Tel. 3-014b


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VENETIAN 8 th
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BLINDS I
ImmeMate
Dellicry.
Tel. 3-1712 at
#22 E. 29th St tli

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PANAMA BROKERS. INC.
Botel El Panama
SL NG: PanamA Porestal
Products. Panama Imr-
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Comprehensive a 13-let-
terWrd meaning all-inclusive
- alo means a lot of In-
suu ee tot l O10-per-year.
We have a personal liability
policy Under this title that
pays medicall bills and de-
fends aRainst law suits for
ascot "ewy day" home ac-

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atnila a Tes. In 21 HU
i. qt kalf-yew thyr were 2 ian cs i
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United States. 4pain
"It very difficult to predict 2,Bomn -
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ndau, director of medical tooSer
rvicts of the National Foun- 0ou"d '-'
uatn fo Inftile Paralysis S
Thus far this year the mcl- *4Christmas.- -
ace is running well ahead of de o ratin. -...
styear and even of a compa- SS3,raitufll fte._ ... j,.L
tl period of 190, but that soU b n l -101
mes not necessarily mean this 37l Rr e Ii
,a'I epitemic will exceed 1949. 9Woody plant
"_.s _far the bulk of the oases 40 Pith t I .
M' Bnll reported from South- matter mi f isd I
s eita and from areas where 41ULv I I
;eare no close-packed me- 4C _C _
Iduitan centers. 4 WIhf- I
'"th states reporting heay 40 Tw a lwbric
oldences in 1949 were mu i lMoth .
dre Itmerous. About 50 per s2Pleecdsdot
eit 6 the new cases now are BS'*le Sta .
oming from Texas, California, n W i ba
d Loutsna." -- i _
The official statistics were r S asIt ia a
ole of the Public Health Ser- I
ce of the Federal Security j
genfy.
They were for the week ending
me 28 and for the first 26 weeks
For the half year there have
been s3i8c s of u a cute po Powderpu D D t
which may be compared with
3832 for the same period .
ear and with ;,974 d In1i3 mu,adu*irj Insdi.lnaa
For the 'week here were ", inns !ion inen
ew euases reported whichh was-
increase of 162 over the new .,
ses reported for the previous
'ek. TETBKO, .1.,37 7-Fort
T6xas was by far the hottest Front runne. 1 h Rpuf in sows
the three "hot" areas and the Air Derby laded h"le terday, nI .k
west report seem to eliminate first of 64 flying housewives to ftb
tatever sliht hope there. wa reach the fMila ine inthe -h700 Mt
a1t the epdmicthere tdr tty, n ltb s U lot m
per off Lwithout rounnined Itotl nn.
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iseas 3 D remainIng aWI the fast and Mldwest, toea to
*rtieul, i -uu The sixth annuAl derby Iupn- raee. C
fPolio sfthlem1 for this reason srted by the r Internat'oas s tiRy em
ve' bgnmlMwceoniy when they gaos.atlon of Licensed WOl m astic"
int unners oand t ots started at Santa Anat were Ui
S.o a.. rnae avg ltCe official esaid t Wg toI ha.,
rtd 0 s don the' VMeM of thoe contestants wa gtier."
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w it 6, W as hlp ae l Sd w aith of H igh p rtsi t de et
tPeS nmIewI72, inesixt h Bo Bonana, r te=nl-e hAn
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as being 115 and 215. Florlda Tenas, Seventdao etft A a"ne. The
about the ame 182 and 140. lIatee was only oae mishap-a get hSo
VW -- 13 hdnh the first leg of the trip. A pltne W ig ate.
I-, i 5iinOtloted by Mrs. Thelma Bishop, The 1
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Funeral e will be held
at 3:30 p. m. Thursday at thk
Corozal Chap for Ora F. Hen-
derson, a w4 ke tor tot the
Panama a tt many yeaws.
Mr. HNende.t-, i1A wa si1 years
old, died a$WuIy at Gorgas
Hospital whe h had been A
patient singe lft January.
The ervis wl be conducted
by Panamd OMll Lodge No.
1414, B.P.0., t which Mr
Henderson was a member. All
members of 3th Elks are re-
quested to attlod the service.
Burial in Cordial cemetery will
follow thte ertess in the
chapel.
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Mr. Nendaern came to the Ca-
a BZone min ift as an tastra-
ment rElrman n the Meet-
acal D ltsta. Es was a jewe-
er. wat n ad mach-
Fnist .n I Northak2..a
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-"Let the people know the truth d the co Abrahamx Lincoln. '
"ASHINGTON. July 7 (UP)-...
senate subcommittee recon TWNT-SEVENT AR PANAMA, P. MONA
ended today that a civilianMA, P., MONDAY,
r c ittee perform **major sur-"
SKt" on the "inexcusable waste"
;&d Inefficiency in the Armed
O t otherwise, the Senate Prepar- t e I TIT m
economic exhaustion may des-.
e States is attempting to bul- u ...
smhe u 14-Year -Ol d Atit c Recor
man of the groupt.Se
een the heorins ofthis dem-d S.5 UNITED BTATES, At, States' whistle announced to like a piftbt who has just The United States w_ -.
wm." the subcommittee said i nSea. July 7 (UP) -The new the 1860 passengers that the pitched a game." at ts first port of
Its 40threport. His solution to superliner United States today Atlantic crown had returned to Mann his ship .had Havre., France, 12 ho urs
the economic problems that ac- completed the fastest Atlantic the United States for the first period expectations. of schedue.
edompany military strength is to passenger liner crossing in his- time in a century. Nature have a lot of But no passengers willbe
lower living standards to the tory, clipping 10 hours and two Cheers swept the ship, ming- credit for~ The winds, cur- mited sore till the scohdm,
B el of bare animal ubsistance." minutes off the 14-year-old re- led with the popping of chain- rents, has been with welcQming ceremonies toMt-
.-ut America's only solution, cord set by Britain's Queen pagne corks. us. row morning. At chtARr VYAGE The ero w
hi report added, is to "increase Mary. On the bridge Commodore Only inal hours of the to wat the new a United tates rt
Ow effectiveness of our defenses Despite buffetting by rain Henry Manning breathed a sigh voyage e let Manning n Southampton, En tt to e n ro The
hle decreasing their costs." and 45 mph winds Inthe final of relief and said: down. 45 mph winds the skipper of Britain's 88f ma, the President's dathter.
hours of the voyage, the 53,000- "It was a fine trip except for hit the slowed it from ton liner Queen Elizabeth a ,
For the balance of the emer- ton United States sped past today. I feel highly honored to Sunday's W average of 36.17 hIs ship will not attempt to
gency the subcommittee fore- Bishop's Rock, off the south- have made the record. I feel knots (4,0 thp gain the blue riband from the
sw two unremitting pressures west tip of England, three days, united States.
da the nation's economy 10 hours and 40 minutes after Commodore George Cove, of
_seding for planes. tanks and leaving New York's Ambrose te Queen Elizabeth, said:e
and the maintenance of Li ht. "I can only refer you to the
eL unifor.isThe big n ship Comp ld dee "I can only refer you to the lIfiD WUH
la *nilorm. e big new ship comleted I Jia yyH s statement of our chairman. Mr.
-,e report predicted no relief its record run of 942 m es at Fred Bates, that eed for
sawllen budgets" tor re- an average speed of 35565 knots *U Hspeed's sake does no interest
f bnpower waste would greatly win the Atlantic blue riband a there will be no attempt to amethingb new has bee* add-
reduce the vast economic pres- and to become the fastest pas- o In beat the United States. ed to the Balboa Matrate
e of maintaining men under singer ship in history. Manning said he would not Court. When this morni ns
ArmedForces are not suf- The Queen Mary's average 0 o hoist a broom on the stern of season opened specttr stice-
a minor ailment." the re- speed on her 1938 record run CHICAGO, July 7 (UP) M- One of the worst holiday ac- hisa ship because "a broom ed a brad new bh a nduite
Sa maid. "They are bloated by was 31.9 knots. lions of US citizens were back cidents was at Estellln. S. D., means a clean sweep. We still flag In the courtroom.
mh fat too much water Jubilant blasts on the United ho le and at work today after where a gandstahid collapsed have the westward tri."
W'md it is binding the hard, the o Fourth of July ndepen- tumbling t500 peroals to the Manning indicated e would It Is the floa of othe United
0 s001 military strength. Only dencn ay weekend during watch ground. At least 75 were injured, tra bfo aner rcodoeain at a r t
S- nat h teskilledd sur-eel more than 500 persons met vl- 35 seriously. re turn voyage, but added: Judge rdwarda Altman on
cani of tmha job"ofman-aent deaths.. They were pulled fr the Pile "We have faint hope of mak- the Fourth of July by Cm-
S i "a ohr of i nent sons died in various accidents- tims suffered broken lege tive this trip." court, the Judge said:
int "a ro t of eminent326 in highway mishaps. 155 by At ansas Ciy, two men were e
qualified times" to make a drowning, seven In plane crashes, hurled from their car and n aa"Tth .he flag of the Unite Na-
hense andmi tha roy u e A uh two by fireworks and 60 mIscel- jured when someone carelessly o Dr. Wl 6 o tons symbolizes prinopless pad
ont aeerint of minet The majority of hol idaymakers firerackers. The ear Was all but cratl c instittae Tues :a
uof t e m e u e of h c t res and m0 an uorit oft cupo erns Sunles. anln tiri slu 7riev (T asu
m ottee sa id cialians should --r" .. .. returned from fishing screams, demolished. Ie Uoscow owples sonl _e snte .
frup a horaty of t rehet oup.6 beaches m resot e to s a thom a oatn .. thn Mexa ,roy.
eprt caei oWn WAS.HINGTON, July R UP)- e much of the Unt ed wer inte a-.. .. p e I
*Negd Naoleutay of Board todta steppe up ite iN1- a it a the.totalf ee ld. Tony m w m1 5 M ei
W amphossentt vestigation of charges that te Wha the a3t ed Of r Cap He ratim of r for wee wo
'S e s e ft oa t s o f d e b i g s ix S t e e l c o m p a n i e s f o r m e d e ll 1 g ons l 4 80 p e r s o n s C o u b e wfse ft h a n d C a o n e ar i me d 8 M n e d t K at l o a t s o n
S where the n- an le l "conspiy" to block be killed en traffic accidents Trafic along Chicago's outer morning the a. 8. that this taion
ea tre urn e isno sin gle rm contract agreements alone a r t t a hi tto
w ith the CO tntredSteeslwork- drive on the Fourth was snarled Histobal Of the' Panama Line be made on 4th of by
.ntetenee.- with there CI nited steelork- in one of the worst traffic tie- or his tur of duty, He succeeds the a t of the Ve
taskthesubcommittee rG aoges p Wtn lupaS in the city's history, withD W. P. OsUen t who left of Preign
tak the subo d difficult andttee e jl Bott, NLwho reserale i cars aste six abreet in both early in March fOr his new post
lnuedt, is so diffl lt an counsel, who is responal e dectons for three miles. in Dallas, Texas. "It is a pd i Commander
Ea ed that It cannot der the Taft-Hartley law for de- Winth Dr. Nelson were his wife Barr, to regl f and -
a k ." "It asked the ecrn- aidin whether to issue a com- I ed 26. Ad-o n i. s ith s. uou
3- be composed of "the best plain a ainst there companies a at t uais, dr. accept it at a court.
epresentsin the Armed tsad he and staff a won o Canal one police report it Dr. Nelson comes to the CO-
ninustr and science that the case to speed up proc e was an unusually quiet, u- nal one r P where e
Son the union's charges An Army corporal who was ev l july fourth weekend has been on duty for a little Ruiz
"ited examples of manpow- f 0 Uio'd guilt of loitering and bis ii ear. *ft no accidents to over two years a Medical Of-
vandering in the Air Force Bott declined to predict when tampIng wnth a parked o mr m arthe alelbBrations. oficer tIn supers s lm c char ge ofW i t I
uand Army: the Investigation would be c- was lined total of $50 this it was recalled taht last year the United States Public Health i b a
Air Force-"The 'old Army plated bec,. re of the complex morGM g In the Balboa Magis- several al were killed in au- Service in continental Europe
of using five men to do nature of the charges and the trate's u.t. tomobile ad dents and stab- and the Britisht lles. MEXICO CITT, July 7 (UP)-
ork of one does not appear groundwork to be covered. A The defendant. 24-year-old Leo has in Paama. During the M 32 years of work with the Adolfo Rule Ortines 61-year-
e been discarded when the complaint may be issued if ots was charged l rh celebration. Pblic Health Service includes old ex-min then
e divorced the Army," finds the union has a tering under house 858 on Bl-y assignments n Europe was electnt of M
e idg boad ad, andwithtampering T-mmy assgnmentS in.Europe. was elected teddent of Me-
ommittm said. case. But some sources clothe to with a Buick sedan parked un-jam them Moscow, where he n leo Sunda inthefrM t blood
: n that of the 1.688 men the board doubted there wi der the house. He was fined $ ate the bfrom 1h 7 untl election I esoican history.
to a jet fighter wt be any actionfor another week. od er thehue.H htt o who wasaaftr bel, nofl, worr Whe e their b toe or
S75 aircraft. 423 or about In fila itts charges the un oai m 8 rata thtf P Wrh, and ein he he l etion otheae auntof
are engaged in cleric- gt h er, the convied bearer s year ofor wa ,a on duty durDing the Ru- three rival aemdidates acrnow-
moel. and motor-trans- asked for an "Immediate" i- pe larceny and given a 15-day t Int A lan blockade when the allied ledged rl miefetate.oi
Assignments a. Junction restraining each firm suspended sentence. is with theSanbod h entealld] ded ial
subon in ittee Said it from continuing he alleo o37tEngineers at Fort Clayton. ral Hservies fcor Mrs. Ca- airlift was in operation.
I d not consider" the let "conspiracy." For stealing a quart of hinthterlsasl uom an old-time Durn the last war he was Nearly five pllo Mexicas
anaon efficient. Before Bott seeks a federal from Section A of Gorgas Has-etd wm a d dIe wo last Di ot Medical Officer for the cast their bales underO l
Nay-tudy of the U. S. court order. however, the NL ptalR a 28-year-old Panamanian at the Panm Hospital. Coast guard In the Trd Naval protection of CThe guns of t
amphibious b a se. Little members must concur in his de- was mined $15, placed on one-year be hed orow morning Dld l Mexican Arin yma d Air Force, t
SNorfolk. Va.. disclosed cislon probation and given a 15-daya itn Inthe aced Heart Chapel He Is a native o Washn mto sweep Coruis Into office by: a
that It requires one man to orSo heC-uspended sentence. The defend- tab ftand %ok his pre-inedlt mand landslide W he e claimed'
house and train two-and- The NLRB general counsel h ant is Oscar Alfonso Glynn. The Ura l lwmediltraining at Georgetown gave him 7 Of he total vote.
TdhiN whether acounel h asloot was worth 27 cents. row Ms. ohi sin g The violeta.s Vhlch was ao
men. not yet decided whether to m an- root th u'lcense foul o er..
nole e cm ed Two Navy enlisted men from U s. US'o who came topected to be io gep cMd off by w t
dle the whole case from h thi Rodmanor re Station drew the im lived here n Go re nt's-o u nt
submmlttee alsopoint- Wahington headquarters or to fines this marntinge ine e s ti9L Wa years old ed rfewGovern en t sunst a .
y T mle.itmaimuer farm ouned of to he pronalce.''al For lending his own operator's st the t s of be death. Sheet rert I
S he ciict mid s eh groundwork to region al offile instruction permit to a buddy had t obottt at P inam FMe me aId t ee ha
I the Pacific has a The charges were filed 1 0-year-old Kelth James Moore. osaW r period. _1ard at _andot
omis Aerei candy and in four other cities, Irenman, was fined W. And for Mrs. C etoa eor t A veftisin totes vital, publice lthn.
sion. o-the big six have their main f- irmitting the unlicensed driver sthM u hsbad,. Officiae a0ad- atot a st
%h Ant-on 2 me. o-flehes. Firms named in the use his motorcycle on d ruja 3. fgtUge. i early cn on aN W M Ju ly(IPA)-A wast fIred un dap eontast to
that the Nlvy o0ler re- Jones and Laughlin. oerI- Meanwhlethedwhie th bdy Jae gA n d hauthere.ts |e f h as g
ether shils at town Street and Tube n w I Kinnard, 22- year old b, :o th t wasin r and P ae re towed th 1 r5 ndds
Army-The subcommittee 70 per cent of the nation's b asc ined a total of he 5 on three 1 h5, urvi5e her of neaww nz said tei wouiddo The

power" over agreements madeT hep hi s own operator's liceg ns W ho y s tA t 2 UR $pu p er thre e t-
has only 60 per cent consiracy" and aso "eceneed" he: aud for s feeding at the rue ibU 4. a a dah- many news aer to up thei "mabs peStena" of
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