The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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that is ree whenever anyone
GRADINGS starts to write a story about-bad '
A drought conditions. IrtIs: "I hope \
Will someone please enlighten me as to the reason the Pa- this piece gets printed before It
nama Canal employes below the grades surrounding the politic- Tl ftiS ."
4 appontees are so consistently undergraded relative to com- This l sl-k nple recognition of
arable Positions in Washington? the well-known un dictabill
I have been told it is a carry-over from the non-tax-pay- of the weather an the way
lIg era. when it was a subterfuge to extract the equivalent of has of making lars out of pro-
taxes from the employes' earnings, but this Is probably incorrect phets.
8 theetendency has not decreased despite the application of the The present dry es in New
I income tax here. rnpe
It is unlikeiv to be through Congressional policy, as indivi- England and from the Carolinas
dual congressmen have disclaimed knowledge of the practice and to Arkansas and Missouri, with
exhibited surprise that it exists. Since the Governor and Lieut. a billion-dollar crop damage al-
Governor are both new, as are most of their staffs. it would ready reported were, however,
seem responsibility might rest with the Old Guard centered in more or less epeted. As a mat.
Personnel, to circumvent the 25 per cent differential. ter of fact they were overdue.
But if so, surely the "take" should be ample already with- For U. h. Weather, from the
out requiring the additional morale shattering practice or down- farmers' standpoint, hasbeent
grading supervisory positions when they become vacant, thus elo t h
robbing eligible employes of the goals they may have served past 1 years, nthe absence of -
most of a working lifetime to achieve. ug ht.
There is more likely a mutual source for both practices. Th0 t etm
It ii scarcely credible that any remnant of the 'cell disease" d ere were the extremely
that afflicted us nation allv curing the "love Russia" madness create tht du owi ad the
could yet exist in our Local Administration, and it is likewise great Oakle d t atton to Call-
scarcely credible that one or more individuals controlling Per- fornas. Bat with the exception
onnel could be so vested with power that they could perpetrate of a mildS dry spell in 1943,
these evils in direct contravention of the declared intent of the rainfall n the brewing season
Governor. i.e., to remove the causes of dissension that are cur- has been abllslat moinset a-
rently causing such decline of employee morale, with its atten- Hre S ever Ma10
dant deleterious effects on the efficiency of the Company en-
mtusted to his charge. This long spell of good weather t-z
Should It develop that the national administration is re- for the crops enabled the U ted than
spMnsible, will some enlightened person please have the courage States to a its record quanti- -
to say so before November? ties of od all during the war,
Curious. It also enabled the U. 8. to sup-
ECONOMIES ply relief for the drought and ________ ________
ECONOMIES famine-ridden areas of Europe,
India and China n the post-wares
Persistent rumor says that after the Panama Canal Board years. I I Alut
meeting in September, the Company will proceed to divest it- l yil 1 G.
self of some of the surplus overhead in and around the Wigwam This good growing weather In
on the Hill. the U. S. even had Its political R O A
Since this will be an entirely new approach in solving the consequences. It was the good BW OBU S
financial problems of this Company. one finds It hard to believe weather and the bumper crop of "
Heretofore whenever the Top Brass has been instructed to ment of Agriculture's grain Astor NW YORK.-As a sUlghtly foriter sport- We have law eu 1 the llt-
become Economy Conscious, the economy move has always fol- age policies- which swung the lag-type writer, you should the expres- er I the w t e preC will
lowed the same pattern. First, furlough or reduce a large ntum- arm vote for Harry Truman lNen, it In with considertle -i that I con- never reofpIaca0 Il M s.
ber of Local Rate employes, then give notice of reduction in that year. fees absolute ignorance of the Met Olympics, Alsoaawd ft y i"V. 00aa R.
force to a few U.S. rate mechanics, clerks and perhaps a few aad couldn't spell you Off a I name except They keep Ataln te t
foremen. What the political effects Bob Mathla-and don't kaOw wther that's got second off the e, or fmoth-ing 'f
After this move. our friend economy runs into a solid brick a continued bad dreoght would one or two Ts in it. and they worry t t T usll d
wall, for there seems to be an unwritten rule that reduction be on this year's eiaettosm f When I was knee-high to a shert ot-putter heart attacks at a vt y age, toOe, h
in force should begin at the bottom and extend no farther than something to eoajuW with. I could tell you the JIM Thorpse story and I was ticked
the middle. The way the present adtas- hot with the Peavo NiUrtn) nd alIter on the There is a tl .laeuftldhn la m i
However, we do have a new Governor and it may well be tration it rising in aMi to the Jesse Owenaeg and seanor Holms. It seeMed (im- that we never reall tv edr -muh2
that a man who has had the courage and good sense to cut off stricken area, it eertaly portant for our people in short pasts to croa Olpiapie Games tor what eCtu alct it
the free boat rides of the privileged few will also be fairminded wont have an adverse eteek those wild waters to strive for outry tin of th ti gk we"" mtrtrm t
and courageous enough to cut from top to bottom, eliminating thee, home. mother and aa.te ,a tthltics. b it jaty i the. ,, .n
the deadwood wherever he may find it, whether It be Chief or On the other hand, \govern- Now I cannot sean to eae. 6o In short pants on i *
Indian. ment disaster loans to farmers are just boy .in short pants, &ad If I owned Just ctwe we s w o
This might turn out to be an economy move and not one of who can't get their local private hammer I tldbt w t.I W old our o v wit w h t atte I bi.ftW
the farcial things we have had in the past when the boys bansa to carry them over hit my flhtger with It In f -Ult of freg on. f a
*te Amply changed titles and moved from one office to an- probably bring Repuban nallhead.
;. they made a great show of reorganization and eco- charges tiha ht he who"i.t w i
t the expense of a few of those in the lower brackets. cashed in on th t Ths a
:.. "- OOne of the Fxpendable. tried to "buyI" the t
.' 1When it to. oa
.4 )FLYING SAUCERSwhetlhr-ts W W I 9t& yet Pnot
irrd leRartended Into aS "we or an p," ll eitheM Htil MttM. b*w fiTt
Deveral days ago I read the story by K. McL. a 9 aout sighting the so-called flying saucer, and a few like 1934-36, U. 8. Weather bu- potato te or the thrw. nhed in a.
ter lsa read some diehard's letter tU. R. Nutty, Mail reau officials throw up t *her Bt pabody else I wh any bresaf itd n New Wt, KI
Boa, Aug. 7j Contradicting her story. hands and say It cal no done. o Intet in all m ot either, the mystery has
My story came about some days after both these letters althO th e papes i manfully sli. AuT. osn
w e hinted. and Is exactly as two men and three high school A lot of time, money and and the magazines are ta e t. Not along ago I We9t to o r a
Sscienw ittific research have boen w M about come to te M t m end, on one of the TWA toult
Last Tharsday night, with two of my sons and two friends, deeted to trying to proe the folks don't came about .Pft naing operation which ot you the Ia hu, y
I wipt tihn on the Ft. Sherman breakwater. existence of weather "cycle.." marathons and flinging 2eh a:ll Itagig some sacrifice to rfrills. for a abort feae.
At about :30 one of the men, a fellow worker of mine who But the U. a. Departtmea of over hurdles very much W There were people on th pn 1 flew that
was adber~ ad sound mind, called our attention to something Agriou0tare year book oI 1941, As a youngster in the Iww alwa would never., in a normal life expetanay. have"
a the y loutte a distance from the breakwater. which devoted 1 page to touch suspicious about pe W h the the time or money to gt to uroee on
It to Ilfficult, to explain what we saw, except that there sawtgg anb pbaen "'i1- and concentration to IndU in Ia r fast boat. There were people coming overpel
wre' two enormous objects which at one moment would flash mate anm Ma" ha to a~t s*ort4s because they always sn d Who couldn't have contemplated it e the
a brilliant light. then would become dim. in the end, "All sbuh art- a lot of heavy effort to a*empvlbMb old ter'i.-Including one chain old reek lady
After we had watched them flashing on and off for 10 min- term eUmanetC chagese -so What I mean is. you m-tly j e t who "d -t pressed a fast call on her reetaur.
utes or so. they disappeared completely. thing lore than maufts of of breath. ant g on i Ohio.
I suppose many will disbelieve this story, as they did K. chance.' Who wants to put a shot? I am for vint it All I'm saving Is that there a no mvsterv
McL's., but really I don't think these stories are strange at all. alone. |t tlws l living any more. and that's whv I
If we read the scriptures. I think this is only the beginning. Accurate weather observations Who frees his soul by heaving a lh t Wt ink te mple stars re eating artely f wit
Only the extremely clever fal to believe stories like this, go back only 100 years. That isn't want to run nine wiles. when ifs aI aIl their own amusement- Th. e mlamor' tone. done
and mine will most likely be called a fish story. enough time, from the ablOntiwts' on every corner or you can evM to death by Mars and the M6thrt Wright.
The facts about our fishing are that we only caught only viewpoint, to establish any pat- ...
one, a five pound red snapper. It was delicious. tern for weather behavior and T' hLp
--Y-- U. S. weather, movgm DUyi ,t IhNegrYo Vote. Tim
FLING CUP west to east, is largelybra in mst ial
r: the Paii ocean. Accurate weta- k o
On Aug. 5 I was out working between mile 7-2 and 7-1, their data from that area ba ck the
Coming up towards Gatun railroad station. only about 10 years, or e ., .
The noon train was on Its way to Panama. I wieet over to P 1of trans-Pacific 17 WAMa OTM .-The way ybMth" L n orSow i .a t b vte, wth th
the side of the track, and as the train went by I received a cup Owatervatich on s t Is- are nervously at the C0 "en vl M e ate He has *
of ice water in my face and on my clothes, wethr, which someim W let eating ws 5 o and on he ate .. "m_. ,
I took good notice that it was thrown from the coach be- surge itfs way down on the .5 mm esadwats g
hind the locomotive, by one of the white students. cover oly the five ya s' s. oo sew badly they nal tair
Quite a few of them looked out the window and laughed ArctC1 and sathe have UES aw t wms u ^ arill u za
Stink some adult guardian should be sent along with these beestn serioU.S r privally that the Negroes gan e Oa Uaid htaw Is
dents to seethat they behave in a proper and decent way. sot 186, the to ovic~tmr', e1, My voting for fast ,
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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals and... : .. '.
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Shipping & AirLine News
"AiNreana" Laid Up In Blaboa' local agents for the Maersk
hith zxtensave .i-iage 'LUine ship rthat w\ili tani.t thel
k'he 4u--on tuna L,,1, rL Azo- Canal later today en route to
reana arrived Lm BaAuja last New York.
night for major repan., wiuch -- -- ---
became necesbaiyv aer she col-i on n e r
flea with another f]shingR oat. L aOna Joan Sears
.he Antomnet.e B, off the coast A. ned T NY
)f Lcuador about Lwo weeks signed To NY
0go. 'As
aWoe Azoreana, chartered byvAS PAA Stewardess
the Van Camp Sea Food Corn-
paiy of Calhiornia, had almost.
completed her trip at sea. and
Was bound for Balboa with a
fall cargo of tuna fish when
ahe collided with the Antoinet-
te S. Damage to the Antoin-
ette B, which is now en route
to San Diego. was crushed
The Aroreana almost sank.
after the collision but was
towed into Ecuador where she
underwent some repairs. The
Grace Line will handle the ship
Governor's Son Arrives Aboard
'Oreta Maersk"
Jack Seybold, son of the Pa"-
namtna Canal's Governor John S.
Seybold, arrived early this
morning from California aboard
the Greta Maersk for a short
visit with his parents.
PFenton and Company are

UMimil's Special

CdRmla Roundlrip

iek ed To $270

the Pacific Steam Nav

Royal Mall lims. Ud.
MV 'SALAVERY" ......................... .....Aug. lt$h
SS. "KENUTA" .............................Au. A
M V "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,01 tonm)- August 23rd
M V LOSADA" ...........................Aug. 21st
M V "SALAMANCA" .........................Aug. 29tMli
M S. "DARRO" ................................ Aug. 12th
SS "DIEMERDYK" ............................ Sept. 1st
SS. "DURANGO" ............................. Aug. 22nd
M V. DONGEDYK" ............................ Sept. 17th
All Sailings Subject to Change Without Notice.

FORD CO. INC. PANAMA-Ave. Per #55. Tel. 3-1257/8
FORD CO. INC4. BALBOA-Tern. Idri. Tel. 2-1905


Wllibam E. Adams, General 9..- I'-
pany at cristobal; announced
today that during the period -
from Sept. 15, 1952 through May e
, 1U53, the Great White Fleet oGof i*t- ..
will offer a special rate of $270
Tor passage from Balboa to
Cai.lornia and return.
Tickets issued on this basis
will bear a four-moarth limit 'VASELINE' HAIR TONl
ana passengers have the op-
tion of traveling either to Los o
Angeles or San Francisco, but MISS LLONA JOAN SEARS, R -
bftb return from Los Angeles. daughter of Mr and Mrs A. W.
The United Fruit Company Sears, of Golf Heights, Pana-
maintain a weekly sailing on ma City. has joined the ste-
Tuesdays from Balboa to San wardess ranks of Pan American
type vessels. These ships have ing a three-week course in
accommodations for 12 pas- flight service training at PAA's -
angers in six double cabins Latin American Division head-
wh private bath. They load a quarters in Miami. She is V
ful cargo of bananas at ol- assigned to New York and will
flte Costa Rica. and the trip fly on the international air- ,
to an Francisco takes nine I lines routes out of that cll% to 1
Ye San Juan, P.R.: Port of Spain,
Yaque class steamer alrso Rio de Janeiro, Montevideo -Vaseline' Hair Tonic makesyour hair look handsome
a equipped with four double and Buformerly atenos A ires. Miss Sears and heahy-and keep it looking that wayEcopoi
ald four single cabins all withC former Pattended elo" cal, too jyou need only a few drps a day! Try it
Il oa every Sunday fo L High Schol in the Canal Zone
Af eles.and load at Golfito. and Balboa Junior College. She i WumI eS ....t..... M..0c.h.-...amo Ot..o.m'd
Their trip to the West Coast later w'as employed as a clerk
Mkhs eight and a half days. typist in the American Embas-
YIesla operating in both sy in Panama City.
theme services fly the Americanl S e aS
f*i and as they transit the Ca- Only Partly Present Sam uel Sm u
nat in ballast, passengers must i
Mtwesearily embark at Balboa.I COLUMBIA, S.C., (UP) An
~"These extremely low round- ambulance driver walked away Samuel Smug is smart 'ti true.
trip rates should prove attrac- without his money when he tried
trye to the large number of local to collect a $2.50 fee for taking a If Yoe were he you would be tool
resident whose homes and in- Negro patient to a hospital after am an always find good buys.
terests are on the West Coast ,a4 automobile accident. "Go a-
of the United States." the local way and leave me alone-can't ,is secret Is to advertise!
Ur ted Pruit Company execu- you see I'm unconscious?" the
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Thisnis the first grandchild e rONfvaAU
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la Colonel and Mrs. E. sm all, S du cteS eI em-usorurdB HeMumosttra. tot |r E SapplTAe of r l
1W, *M.ft arm *T IES pW" ce cM ,u

e* d Hampshireand Mi- e m jrPsts midtauregminl"c- Laer ia ria wrs the | osn ingIn g b 411h1
g O fO W Ha z o o tiv lesadoi.htry m it OeranaFrenco nce.. .Wfts"") OZ
Lft "siZimerma id n I il1etse s*ano opilih, his nati hTc tongu; A
a r. Spdmall in the farmer Mt o! 1 aU;Ne. g. 1Uar pronnatlon, a me "- "THESENDFa
Sisumau W sb bd sea LTONAug. 12(UP) musical phran al
.WIha li4Ranai Raffl. -e#a dosah W tflttbrated t sarw cau .o tUtse i 4s e --Ther 91inquietly combing the tIe interpretation, all t 4*. S 3 CAUNIOX t 111M

LI anoi. Rafflem h w b:ib a t it".ou rof i o uple ulc.B( t voluminous files of the now-de- qmuiti t make Garcia al ouit- U "O l IAN A.
b t.o.s c ianelote o nrea thecredit ofrnact er n act o prim e Coorlmm d a fs4 reci. ... .. ta in rth e NFaP
goo P iofyO filmTrosee trS, for possible nw leads on the
h a ee d e W ,whia h eW r. atSdrr1th credit of Our nde BeWe H mw
hddorestoredandthe mo rrctmrs, it wsdclo-ed to- t nsTh ter opened with the

reteeforn25thycle current.Informants said Edgar Roo- Sante 1p rlttu," sung as ea-
tained for 5os'ole ou m or ad produolo o level, oer'a agents are concentrating on W1 a pure tone. Pro-
Tickets wl l be refuudedlnod onw Th e a' T font prefo1 it saw material whch could not be co1at- f6 W. M W Jmnowits w"m Ai
onaltin Thegisant ppoductlon, witha two obstructlos to a l g so- ered d u r I rnS the committee's l af nt p

Mr. 4We Mrs. maboaasn bt Vista taxo- Th apparently do not expect from l-go Woks of Peiole J, r.
afn the course of the more than famine Mot eratt lxdae
nounik of IL every I.mrtant actor or actress dugtInexamn- sorted bits Ofo1sfIn 1pm. which to the warm applause ot Ed-
was. he,.0 IntHollB sgget ud o i ac @1 hwhtax- when 21sMt os tght ive lighted aud ce.
milss. Mdute taehie n 0131 d t a
s.ttm t KiM M the T as, 'He 'sai scope and nature criminal mc- Later Garciaw wa te spoloit
Lygia.a i tivatles in tsc ttv. In a second conceit. Atl the
theobftfr f- rstllity n a Of e .irt4atof under- Symphoy ii G by k.
ero paad oid. world acttg all the well a oveturtor"The
.oIAgWA a t_ nar A. Pmbling;Abduatlh from thw. trgilo"
ddthe hips were down It ald tie-bY Mart, were e Withl ls tla al-
t1" 11* -- .tuse t was Robert uwl.o who walked & copveelostar
1ws. -t f- i ofw ilth et -of the hand-! a a to the soli, tihe or-

uchae of each tic to the i tow AadO i
T aomeenSe n na,, _.__
in-n +iudgd.AMCbIoi Mau -.displ"".ayind awo fro oVI SWIE PSTAKAL
rf ".s t. ; I Pd",figt.Or. "ht t# t f_ I*IVPI k U vM a At Pn.

4aqmtoel ant comingat a 1+ ._.
j pqraoli- ladles who S0o .wln .to-s- eon 1 Ca0t jfoa %s
n to b iven by the Auxiliary of and a fen.t.nfighting o ball mj i
tin OabeteG Unit o m-ub h, have Por ex. tof I fl i. .
012 b lt Jfled tM 4 0 to W learn It eloI II I4 I'
W ei n hur ch tonIow at :30 a.m.andNer6 l 4.T. .- .
140 e with the planning of t hnr1land ItieA iS

dna Uag bh at 1 S crno te o ul role 0 t Ai uA
XsThemcol.i.Th014eof tme
*a^.betMS^Nm No llwentWto' UP tA0hNDmONED) betor dlrect*-act0r who is
S 6 on her T ow* 4 Amerian ault-
STaylor, MI Ker a m
AbUstlnov provided t bI
'' quarter te around d which -0
date round on Lthe oAe
1 the motion Ot =if a ttn
4 tt wer M ses l Rs akln, 0 .r1 3 _' li"t S I

^ S~Linda.Gyer. Janne Chambiers. $7iAC I Cash
Wm rie MIary, I e2i i 1rt Da 1, s o M or. a WW IIICathie Cheek;' 2 MP *i
".-ti- Xirher' Br f S6,bB Ray- st Year At Me rch t
t. y 1 iTCH
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Imsa CApt.GSRuTthant Mar inaA a o
U a. w. 4ini a R.. tofmt ,vn, ont w in rNOW ... for the WINNERo'
i',s W Xis. wCap CR u at l w a. Dwo-n oofW '* for the Winrs
-Im 9 ...m CaptR 8. tur un B tJ he Ii receive auest-Ticket t-fotr Win
C.. States Merhat Musn. OH THE SCREA (s

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AUGUST 15TH. wV, ia=erSMGM mariaN
-'- commer" .nug I is
tOfe o world. Vl

.-:. lsithless ife of the
r ler of decadent Rome
:..two of history's most
t foridus figures!
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Iepocpanied him
terested ago#esitM Gri lso offered a recital
oue of buines Welfare ow.
creri committee inBalob Once again Jaiiwofz
ti t a eating igil- accompanied at the piano.
aes n evfo prevent a Here he performed works b1
V QPWM Cartismi, Penlead. Handel.
qnmaq der which Moart, Vega, albheW1tirsrhms,
erim hass trived for so Oratchnaninoff, Herbert. and
doe Falla. In this Intimate hall,
--.* with its excellent accoustics. it
Sw a speci trea treatto aten to
his recmtal; for both artist it
was a triumph.
. a dis- His final concert was a religi-
kW% ar e eious program at the beautiful
-Church of the anctuary. Pro-
,^S 8 :15i.e feaor Damlin Caries. also from
atf 5 ithe Consgmtory, accompanied
at m IGarcia on the rgan. The acous-
tics in this church are very de-
licate and both artists succeed-

Young Gotunite
Commissioned 2nd
Lf. In Air Force
Ralph W. Pels, of Gatun. Ca-
nal Zone, is among the Indiana
University graduates who were
commissioned second lieuten-
ants in thurtUS.& Air Force fol-
lowing their graduation from
the University In June..
The Air Force second lieu-
tenants will report this summer
for a minimum of two year#
active duty and aIx years of In-
active reserve duty afterwards.
They will be sent to bases uct
as the Lackland Air Force Base
In San Antonio. Texas., and thi.
Sampson Air Force Base In New
York for processing and assign-
Felte Is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas W. Fels. He was
graduated from the Balboa
High School in 1948 and at lm-t
diana University majored n ac-
counting. He is a member of
the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity
and the Arnold Air Society.

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You Sell 'em.,.When You Tell 'em thru P.A.

Sleave your Ad with une. of uur Agents or our Offices iu No. 57 -- .'i" Street Ptmainat
No 12.179 Central Ave. Colon .

Lewis Service Salon de Be'leza Adihricano Carlton Drug Stor
*4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291 and 565 West 12th Stieet 10.059 Melendfa &-.4MO M 3M OdW .

Fourth of July Ave.-Pnone 2-0441

Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Propaganda, L&A,
S3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 "H" Street cotrer Jmttal nte 5t
Phones 2-2314 as 3-MN

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Minimum for fi W -
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you have a drinkengi problem? Automoitlle
Write Akcholic. An.onytus. BoU Serice Personnel and Civilian
2031 Ancon. C. Z. Government Emp!oyes
We ha.e decided to run one or two Insist on
more tours through the Government Employes Finonr.e Co.
Panama Canal to San Bias Islands When you finance your new
and Portobelo or used car.
Twin Screw D.esel Cruiser "Pescodora' No. 43 Automobile Row
Tour sponsored bs Hotel EL PANAMA Phone 3-4984 3-4985
From Bolboa" Sf,00 From Colo.n
$40S00.On1m Through Canal $1000 TOPIC TOPICS we have finally
Now Is the Tie to load up on co- caught up on direct delsc ries of
lor film. shoot th pe picture of .r THE PERFECT LITTLE CAR and
life. spear a tih. see prrrrltie Sugar are now able to offer OFF FLOOR
cane mill. Indian sailboats ogaons. delsery of Singer SM Roadster -
green jungle background, con come in fr demonstraon TRO-
palm islands wrh sands beaches ,i- PICAL MOTORS-
sit inhabited Indian Islonds. Sim-i FOP SALE.-1949 Chevrolet Station
ming, sadlboating in a "hollow 1:g Wagon. Motor in perfect condition
Portobelo See old forts. Caiheroal. Wll sell highest bidder. Panama
Treasury House, statue of Block Agencies Company, Lesseps Park,
Christ." Panama, Telephone 2-0556.
And cof ccour-e 5-14 miles of Pan-
oma Canal from ore enil to the i-,thor FOR SALE: -Mi tary Jeep, excellent
Leoaing Balboa. Pier 17. Friday' condition. May be seen at Quarters
August 15. Arr,rng Colon, Stronger 64 Fort Kobbe or phone 84-5 .17
'Club 2 30 p. m. Leae Strangers Kobbe M'Sgt Rosa.
Club 9 30 p. m arrie San Bias doa- FOR SALE:-Dodge Command Car.
light. Return Sunda,, August 1"7. ideal for hunters, fishermen. Good
late afternoon. tres, motor, $225. 2-2392.
Phone "Jungle 3-1660. Ho- WANTEC:-Reasonably priced, de-
tel El Ponama ..WN.--1.Ia... yII r.i ... ..
d bf~lp %rll nt w r co

See our ra'?el Agent
Piano Tuning and general repair.
N Street. house 10. room 7, J
Moses, Ancon. C Z
Excursion to Jamaica. Bosd Brothers
Inc. To Jamaica and Sro. Corn,-n
go $239 40. $135 4L, Jamaica
only. For further information con-
tact Mrs. G. West. Higir.,o Duran
No. 16, Apt. 10. Or Mrs. A. Wil-

Real Eqsate
FOR SALE: Bargain, very cheap
good house in country, near the
street. 1. F. James. General De-
livery, Cristobol. C. Z
FOR SALE -Land with bulcdings.
' some accessories, Los Guioas. Inter-.
ested parties coll Nosy 2488, of-
fice hours or house 623-A, Coco-
r Ii after 4 p. m.
$ SALE-3 bedroom beach house.
o .' orpletely furnished $3,00000.
Rs .Socliff Acres. Tel. Balboa 3022.
after 6.

e'ts .a & Motors
RR SfE:-5 HP 3 Phase, 25 cycle
( onfor, &4M.Oj 'A HP, 25 cycle
inofltqr 10o00. refrigeration unit
suitable for a large cabinet or
freezer., 1445-A Owen St. Balboa.

KEWARD:-For return of wallet andc
peprs at Bella Vista Theater.
Somiay.night. Call 2-6443 or 2-

as University

ukmion Covenrs
ii, lqxlanRevotrton

AUSTIN. Texas, August 12
S USISti The University of
S Texas Press claims to have pro-
duceed the first authoritative
and comprehensive English-lan-
guage account of the Mexican
The new book is "Mexican Re-
v solution: Genesis under Made-
TO" by Dr. Charles Cumberland,
b1. history teacher at Rutgers
University who received his Dr.
of Philosophy Degree at the
1' diversity of Texas 'nstilute of
Latin-American Studies. He Is
S the author of numerous articles
on Mexican and United States
. "The Mexi:an revolution,
SWhich began in 1910 and is still
t- In progress, has been one of the
n ist important and ambitious
'nrinniltm l pimnt n

Penrau i, small pJ.i war ca
Fhone Balboa 6360.
FOR SALE:-1941 Cadilloc Sedan
in excellent condition. \ery clean.
B.700 00. Tel. 83-5076. 2173-A.
WANTED TO BUY--Good used car
50 '52 from private owner. Bal-
boa 2-1859.
FOR SALE:-Model "A' Ford, ne-
plywood and mahogany bod$. Mo-
tor needs working on $90. Also
gentle horse and saddle suitable
for children. $45 00. Coll 6-344
Gorrboa Pententiars.

Single North American gentleman
with responsible position desires
small furnished apartment with
modern conveniences in good resi-
dential district, preferably Bello
Vista. Call 2-0556 from 8100 a.
m to 5.00 p. m.
WANTED. -- House or apartment.
furnished or unfurnished, in bet-
ter districts, by responsible North-.
American couple. Phone 3-3811.
HOUSE WANTED-Military Attache,
American Embassy, desires to rent
unfurnished or partially furnished
home in desirable neighborhood.
Need three large bedrooms, two
baths, servants quarters, garden.
Telephone Pdhama 3-0010.
WANTED -1 or 2 Quart.rmoster.
dressers, v ith or without mirrors.
Phone 2-3653, Tuesday 4 to 7"
p. m Wednesday 4 to 10 p. in.
WANTED TO RENT: In residen-
tial sector, preferably in suburbs
unfurnished house' 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, maid's room with beth-
room, garage, and some garden
Can arrange contract for one year.
Telephone Panama 3-0255.
Responsible single person desires to
rent small apartment or house.
furnished, for 2 or 3 months
Wonderful opportunity for person
going on vocation. Telephone Pan-
ama 3-2100.

Local Cadet Named
Sgt. At Citadel
Military. College
Cadet Clemente Aseron, Jr..
of Ancon, has been appointed
to the rank of cadet sergeant
in the Corps of Cadets at The
Citadel, Col. John J. Hoist.
Commandant of Cadets at the
military college, has announced.
He il a member of the Junior
class at The Citadel. He is one
of 100 cadets in his class who
wore appointed cadet sergeant.
Cadet Aseron Is the son of
Mr. and Mrs; Clemente Oseron.
of Panama City.

int1t-pIuJnJA&L I.S1 USJJEL i flptim W I jI

p- Na m T
4 t'fhe revolution has develop-
*gIn three distinct stages: the Corps esaere
.lertod which saw the overthrow
of the dictatorship and at- Cadet Ronald C. Chisbolm of
- ;empts at modified reform, the Ancon. Canal' Zone. attended
longer era of bloodshed and de- the six-week Chemical Corps
g station during which radical Rese.:vr Officers Training Corps
,eats were written into "the sumrme- camp held from Juze
Nteettltutlon but during which 20 to Aug. 1. at Fort McClellan,
Mpualporgress was made. and Ala.
much longer span during cI
k Ih the ideas have been put Chitholm completed his Col-
p practice." he explr'ps. 'epa end Military Science re-
r. Oumberland's new book 'uiremenLs at Massachusetts
O*Dn wfth the first sWiCe In.Frtute of Technology.
eO althal#on OLher st-s"B Uron cornuletlon of the mnam-
gwpd ift later yn umes. rmc-' rmrnv he was appointed a
E .SmaJt l 330 pages ir t"ri fetyemant nm tIe t em-
il.Ical Corps Reserve,

GooIl tra s pwtaft s. 29
withtest eat pad

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FOR SALE -Refrigerator G. E. 7 cu
ft. Con be seen at Quarters 350
C, Pedro Miguel or call 94-497.
FOR SALE -Quartermaster wooden
buffet pnd dresser. Bamboo porch
partition for flats type house.
Mahogany coffee tables. Folding
screen. Baby car seat. 824-D, Em-
pire street.'Balboa. Tel. 2444.
FOR SALE:-Lurniture, mirrors end
others silver items. Plaza Loteria.
No. 5, downstairs. Phone 2-3523.
FOR SALE:-Brand new Internation-
al-Horvester refrigerator, "7 cu. ft.
Still in original packing box with
5 year guarantee Won in raffle
Original price $375.00, ill sell
for $260.00 cash. Call 678-L or
1439-L. Colon.
TO SELL-Solid mahogany carved
library table, Spanish antique,
Cowes made. Balboa 2-3067. 819
X B. Croton Street.
FOR SALE: Kitchen *wall cabinet,
$5 00; Kitchen cabinet, $10.00,
N,ght Stand, $5.00; Telephone
Stand. $35.00; 4 Venetian Blinds
lor kitchen in bachelor quarters.
Toaster, .$15.00; Double waffle
iron. $8.00; Encyclopedia set,
$75 00; Set Wear Ever pots, $40.
00, glassware, kitchen utensils,
$10 00; Mirror, nut-cracker bowl,
$1S 00; 2-Door Pontiac, $140.00.
0430-G Frangepani St., Ancon, C
Z. Anytime after 4 p. m.
FOR SALE.-16 piece heavy alumi-
num Guardian Service Cookware,
half price, other household items.
Navy 3748.


FOR SALE:-Complete assortment of
lamp parts; harps, three way sock-
ets, finals, steel pipe. EUREKA, S.
A. 133 Central Ave. Just around
corner "J" St. Open until 9 p. m.
FOR SALE--4 Stationary engines,
all newly overhauled, two 20 H.
P. Four cycle air cooled Wincons
One IS H.P. Le Rol. Reduction
Gear and Clutch.-ne 10 H. P.
Heavy Duty aircooled "Noel".
1948 Indian Chief motorcycle 61
cu. in. 9,000 miles. Can be seen
anytime. Tel. Ponama 3-2912.
FOR SALE: .22 Repeating rifle,
Winchester pump, nearly new.
.38 Calibre S & W revolver 6'
brrel. Currier 167-A, Garnboo
Phone 6459
FOR SALE.-Credit Union Stock $2,-
455.00. Sell to highest bidder.
Address Box 15. Gamboa.
FOR SALE -Beautiful blond spinet
piano. 73 notes, children's type.
Phone 6-484 after 4 p. m.

Boy Scouts Rehn

From Vokan Camp
More than 50 Boy Scouts re-
turned by truck to the Canal
Zone yesterday afternoon from
their summer camp at El Vol-
During the trip many boys
climbed the volcano, and earn-
ed merit badges in several
field. All enjoyed the braclig
atmosphere of the mountain
Boys from the Balboa troop
were Jack Flowers, Joe Gallo-
way, Charles Morris, Harry
Cody, Jr., Bobby Hummer, Ralph
Connor, Vernon Paige. Robert
Smith and Dorman Fulton.
From Diablo Heights, the Boy
Scouts were Robert Roche, Wil-
liam Sears. Allen Wheeler, and
Robert Wheeler.
From Curundu, Timmy Greene,
Victor Carter, Albert Schwamn,
Jerry Curtis, David Oeaner,
Stanley Chassin, Henry Barker,
Billy Greene. Johnny hamum
and Richard A. Thonpson.
From Albrook, William Powell,
Robert Weinaug and Charles
Pedro Miguel represmattives
were Roger Million, Raj1ph Le1.l
and William Hatchett. ProMn
Gamnboa there was one Seat,
James Driscoh.
Pacific Army poets had tee
Scouts; Hector New Sand 2ptel
Whiteside of Fort Uoebb ,S
Roy Bruce of Fort Claptl
Gold fast Scouts tram Obit-
tobal were Richard W. TIah p-
son, John Lindrea, Rasert,
Hamilton. Barry Davitn, M ias
Cox, Joseph WMtaa.r saad
.ames A. BDouskp .r.
From MargitttA tiMp- were
FWafa Ran fti, lM a-

weaf, fioman otoam --a nd
Sp* .IL TqfRl.

Gramllch Santa Clara b oh.
cottage. Electric Ice boxes, ge.i
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Ganmbo.
Phlflm. Oceanside cottages. S ftOe
Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-177", Cristobal 3-1673.

Two and five room furnished and
unfurnished oportments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061, 10th Street.
New Cristobal. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT:-Apartment. completely
furnished, Mexico Avenue & 43rd
street. For information telephone,
'Pnama 3-*0140.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment
far one or two couples. Government
inspected. Carrasquillo 642. San
Francisco, telephone 3-4418.
FOR RENT:-Nice furnished 'apart-
ment, military inspected. Via
Porros No. 99, downstairs.




For the 191 Saoi-
Household Palitingt-Mt

No Mess No hxtiIf
No Brushes No WtM

paint bomb
Available in many
beautiful colon.
TS9 Central Ave. TeL 343L

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FOR RENT:-Furnished room with
bath, for responsible gentleman Or
lady. Tel. 2-3535.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room with
kitchen, telephone and gas, also
rooms with meals. Tel. a-4625,
45th St. No. 34.

FOR RENT:-For two months from
Sept. 1st completely furnished 3
bed-room cottage at Las Cumbres.
Call Panama 2-0800 or Balboa

Position Offered
WANTED: Experienced English-
Spanish stenographer. Write "A-
partado" 281 Parnam.
WANTED: Ambitious young man
to assist in carpenter shop and
drive A pick up, PlHBn ryrnc.ges
to dustr a# m Ne.
22, 29th St. ExpoNicion., fcwm 10
to 12 a. m. and from 2.30 to 4.30
p. nm.

Of U"nn Crusae
PNSAUKEM,, New ersney,
Aug. 12-(USIS-U. 8. labor
leaders and union members
Joined here recently in paying
tribute to the memory of one
of organized labor's greatest
crusadez and benefactors.
Marking the 100th anniver-
sary of the birth of Peter I..
McGuire, a $100,000 me-
morial Saturday at Arlington
Cementery here in honor of the
man who helped found the
American federation of labor
and was one of the organizers
of the brotherhood of car-
MeG te, who was closely
connected with Samuel Gom-
pers tp the early crusade for
onenta for the American
workingMan. Is also recognized
as "Te Father of Labor Day,"'
which was first organized and
celebrated in New York City In
1890 under his direction. A fed-
eral law now designates the first
Monday In September as labor
day a legal holiday through-
out the nation.
Attending the dedication
ceremoles were U. S. Secretary
of Labor Maurice J. Tobin,
President of the American Fed-
eration pt Labor Willtam Green,
and eter prominent labor of-
Secretary Ton, as the grin-
Guire a hbavtg been in the
"frdnt anes at that great
c American labor which;
ha 1 t the .American work.
lebtwe,, be* working con-
dStems, the greatest diglnty, and
more of the Nood thing of life:
tha, tby other worker nla the
Aoerdtng to Tobin. the team
Of Mh rem pad Oompers real*
ieMd mied that America
te t lMp could be spolvetd
l e t ner movement.t
ft wir W Wt to fer

as th6ialt theater 'h ar

Hotel I PanaAt
SELLING: PanamA Pflhtl
Products. PanauouAntsr
ante Co. and Fuw v
Luz (common and pre-
Tel. 3-4719 % .1-10

I lpeover Reaselsotyt
Vil.r OUR SUow-UoUtl
AJberteo Bteo
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Trmsportes Baxte. S. A.
Shipping, moving, .torage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2.2451,
2-2662, PanamA.




lifte hm.. oM

Ave. Tel. 3-134
0( ae trom Lux. Theatre

r.sia IN PAAMA.

In aide to order.


1*000- i- mud *Aa
I 0 AlvoLwma Tel,: 5A-"S

W246.hq Thursday
At Fat. Clubhouse
%w Pomp Chapter of Local
Q.,OB1CIO, wlU hold Its

L auditoritu at 7:30

speakers on the pro-
Afitt for the m&eating
p ust Edwrd A. Gan.

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-f attempt to neied a

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t ath while on moubn
were "perf otly pr .

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Ln etroyer Div.
Rtrning To US
Iflfbon 261, on the
et It9 world cruise;
la t Jan., will re-
United States via
tankthan Bea and the
wlth the division reyer UBS James
M tet 8. Lang., fire-
f lp Mr. and Mrs.
se of IMablo, Canal Zone.

Mine Explosion
Cleims One More
Victim In Lille
'1,U France, Au. UP)-
Th death toll In the Ituilder
pit explosion today roe6 f four
an Italian miner died lin
o plital *
Of the 17 other victiMfs fbie
we'oa the danger, ~st,.
re bodies we brWjubt to
the plrfaqe in ValenolenIJ early
ttl muernlng after a fre and ek-
ploalon shook the pit around 8


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should have
wanted me to Bd. -
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make wa off
the weather 6 e AeMi
ty rough til the
too busy tying
worry about a triv
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VW W R. R. L (W), n
wa bhot and John J. Ateedo
arrived domestic relettoma
court weaIng an open-collar
sport shirt with short sleeveL.
Judge Eune L Jalaert s nt
Asbtedo home to chafe. "I
don't seq why you sho5 d come
In u as though walk in. thto a bar-.
room," the Judge sat.
AMNNERT, Mass. (P)-
Trainor knows what to do Wl
a tOal-tftveL Za--I
spent at bf the Itf UA
i trn ak. He at&tll
away of thbi a tS
ale the 0 for a susnrr4a'-W
of the country.

Anthony Eden,

Churchill's Bondeece-

in II
E4en lunched with bUS ih- tlt
cemeIn London today, pOng s
with a number of friuda. Tea
ado's Mcht"
his congra ilatio h
Lawa. HLs elder son, Ma
killed In Burma in. tare
servlag wt the %a
Force. The% =.1
who has been Uoutt
in wl dent t be a
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LONDON. Aug. 12 (IW) -
Anthony Bden, Britalfs hand-
some foren secretary ana No.
2 man la the Conservattve gov-
ernment, will be married 'ebott-
ly' to Miss Olaraia Ch nihL,
blonde niece of Prime MIIMrW
Winston Churchill, It wba .*n-
nounced today.
British soelety and diplOWp-
tic circles were pleasati?. b-_
prised by the ainnouioeMett o2
the engagement. w .ich
viewed a the romanttk em_
Lion of te year.
The romance between
Churchill 32, and the 6J1S
55-year-old den had a .
kept secret, althob.* in
known her since _le .
worked IZ the decfdltm M
World War II.
Eden was granted a agOt
from hi fst wVite, tMM,
in June, 1O0M, ind Md
sftn eorting a nmle OT
ferent sinea dMi '_t
few months. The: O tw
place of his aldage to
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WASHINGTON. Aug. 12 (UP) a* .
MetArmy today Issued Itse
SW draft call since last Feb-
by ordering Selective Ser- r WINTf-33VNT1T R AM
to induct 47,000 men in Oc-
e call was an increase of
%,000 men over the September
quota but fell nearly 7,000 below
he monthly average the Arm a n k
figures will be necessary to mee
I ts manpower goals.
-Officals aid the bilg ger
October quota Is needed to re-
apee men who were Inducted ON
after he outbreak of the Ko- fl
S ran war and who will be eU-
gible for release from uniform
eon. A change from regular air-
They said this will enable the hose helmets to smaller respira-
* Army to maintain Its approved tors durjt the cleaning of avia-
gtength after taking account of tion-gaUofl tanks at Curundu
Mbstments and re-enlistments. was bjmed today as the cause
S which apparently ae,. providing of 14 case f tetra-ethyl lead
about half the service 's men. poisoning
The Navy, Mari sAnd Air Drs. O i KSltmller and R..Z..
S he'ie d oetopaner wi oaUte ckardt, .pqc[iaits who are on
"H i n their the Isthted Invstigating the
." ri eme ta t a mas plpokt Said thy be-
unteers and reenistuents, the Reved tht proper precautions
S elefene Department said. were used at hOl t by the men
Selective Service officials ent- cleaning the aviation gasoline
* iaeaed that the October in- tanks n Cwnr du. but stated the
*se was expected and has no poIsonings lparently resulted
bearing one wav or another on when the equate helmets were
farnlngs that it mayv be neces- later dikcfred sfor smaller res-
sarv to tighten up draft defer- prators that did4 not completely
ents. cover the workers' faces.
Draft Director Lewis B. Her-
hey said only last week it may KRtmUller exp lained the
be reeessarv IMrly soon to call change probably was motivated
4 are fathers and others by a readkig taken on the ex-
Ianii, thar saepeatency to plosive meter (Med to test the
p t ftatary manpower goals. concentratif of gas fumes in-
n Tr are somee 90,0W men In side the tasks) %at indicated
1=0" there was ob danger prevalent.
unuae Department officialsHe _e',wes thers was some con-
d t ill Is planned to draft f sm as yse of
't 1OO2.8o men during the 12
J that started thuly 1. equIment that should have been
Army ao expects another
fl0oo tern re-enlist or vol- Klmtinfler and Nekardt gave
"age re-enlist or vol- Kat! Jr; Jv
r .t thv sIta. the above tlbday as their tenta-
October call will bring to te opiftion of the cause of the
the number of men tetra-ethVl lead poisonMg that
e tteotvi e rvie took thelives of two coiniletber
tB iIn S POilipilion res &aM hoWpttalteds 14
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Another specialist In this type
S'at poset.lig, Dr. Lister W. San-
-ers, associate on the staff of te
.tthl Corporation of Cinchmna
his al o rrivi gtaug tB n all-
oat effortt to dffer e maximum
h elp to the stricken victims.
S Sanders has been engaged In
tank cleantng surveys in the
United States, and recently eval-
uatSd the hazards involved la
t ftno up is underground tanks that are be-
iM n prole reactivated in connection
4i1e sI wers in t with Air Forc demands.
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