The Panama American


Material Information

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.

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
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

Related Items

Related Items:
Panama America

This item is only available as the following downloads:

Full Text


ii, i N i
mm m m m
. _--- --O_
mmm n46;

I!_l rol

e. ,n ,,- -r -#


l. ML.. I ts *nO .pa *,.... i., .* .., rh, %.o'.im A.-
hki ... .. ... *.S.. t at,: Ifht blti ,h ma se .Ai.. l ,w b, a w b-
at manlta.l
... ....bit Sase *.al i a.p.t...m S t I S lt* spoui stA
.' e Lilasa n, u e puslmi.hbfea ishe -.4u '4s.n1 a ~hp y i&. -.p m4e .. i.. t..,... e nem t..p&$ % kbHSgt
e eWh ga ot.... wrm 'a a M, l -t ith.. atdkutpl
a' MWmew esk f'a ee i rpeobkiufian ( itatelsftSiih tai t iiAN
pef...u i s .6it 9 OHM oatH.



we only have a h(
some o01 these *lr t
France, Oe tor
oa. Turley IS hat 5d5

i h: r.:'.er b.;n my in cnLion to Loedote htvolved In 4. ward airca m bIjlIe.a
e u.... -. i.... 1,1 lte L o youe wiUniJta, humi Fvr tofiil I talu
..u 1104 i..-. .. ....1....B Ly Utei.eAr tatI. 1 a.%o, AU,. i) a.l e*xpced amdAs of
*L...u...,. .. r shea (1.,ail ks, Aug. IT) to pus without wotth of W
Wre.A.i. ac ,i1 & eMn taken. cy -- s loh M Wt h
Since the b.i sa.tem lor school child re o less my of our blg bfatb6 t a
ta',, I hbl.,e that you will admit I am qua "iid tOspelk abdu- except in W atf
. isu.h more authoritttively than two bd tuals who hae inland.
c. ,ly seen our buses from a distance. but Mhve never ridden i-ow a n mti
them on any of the school bus routes,. Cdmr T .t'a'
Here are the facts. The Army does not Wittce, nor la thetes stlht s
tLi ezitoene ay sUig of seareaticn o ft aagtoM bus sytm And the csmin
, .rt up by the Anhy for te trani:r, atioS aeciool ellren
|. % the military reervations to the Canut schools. ave improved.
SBa routes are act up w th economy otf ion and lift in
L.4iz. All buses accommodate S6 pr.renersm. dqalts that is, but "~lf.Os" IS North
tee children. due to their size, can be ped A and sometimes f tI I fseitt0 descrip I
thnee In a Eat. to allow for the mU B sas% fe lift. h:a flve .frt eoa n
3$ ths way. we can et up to 45 a bus. This l e J
magm- due to the loreased numrnber of 9 h&in the tom. ht g ot 9
.Md ad the imlted number of buses ORO o t transport ts
wfe the. to td
SOf 80 in the command, we use T0 on the school bus routes. What f' the Ou wms
It woul4 be physically Imposalble to c.Wrtte two claBsee of -aso M ft Jhe M
a, as Demnocracy Bo bUlhely and inco'-e4y a7stes, if such anAther Wr.
thig wese even thount of or perzatf oeracy's con 1n fr9 1mf ft,
r the tax payes touches me. since for t rt4 time in his we're ut tiQp aows
fe, he. started to pay taxes last verr. sands of .A IMg 1
muses Are routed through ar6r' in each nrenrtion. pWcklng era who*t M 0 tM
i chat s end Woving on to arpr t r eeas. AR could have ot thete M. N
'iS teM hted by Observer had he taken tMe s to find and .fi i 's g& s1
When oae bus Is ftred It moves on to tjfWlpb fnd returns .= cm A
Wr N ler ad at eb dren. fT etls event 0 e'not6 1nop6gh any .enl' area to ill -the m*, bi' t t sr motws on m o 'e
"t meu r sift to am up addbto i6271 h
Wa trite that ;
mo In= t:mae com', r n ct.arorier, SM_ .WG..BB, ra t..'r oftent so
e this propottlon to both Ob6eaerw ad Deomenc.y our o -,
ADfs: either you ma, cr tect me =A ,eagnSMy. M me that dW.
S t. the atei ce Is 9t-71. I ca1 t o IMtMa ., .
e N eI*r o( yo a trip of our mlesa M.rthebered r an i
Dun. vour mute. dan TBKI w M

3 ha note fin a~sL concrete etde or m en see ..
Styo. one of o w UBf

tm .lia ten he Pri ll, f _. r-"

El-f-l^Har a M ce l Me ll Wo. a ,aS-

e .se y un ma dafte afat"amo*-

a .Md be ttesa -

alrI'be utmqK to tl e attention osb a t the

SMau ametl w it- W ri

j at s et mneit wf taketuoMan iLW
YM donemabe e I sam- toosiMn. 3 apea
wIter.tme alwIt ame ofad lates m -
lot asmIws asua sasl an souais
s ano smebems any eat nmu W Malft
aPF b irmad.inm l t e

au ni-Ma-Mt s a Bu m ..O.
Xe S taYm Vin -Was.mi -tsk Vn
,-,,T,.- 11 "n a ltn o

as aW vb whs m yw are wls n
n d eadd ameto "mof s.. at .#A a*
m. Im .f om ame

an" fdblola

l-7 -7

1. =S

h A70-
itte 5*
min has


Mor ofwn
.tee un-'

son has,

"d AN

n ois-


ftkes I

-. -~J.


: /






L' .

4 -

4' 4. ,., ,+
1 .l -.. l

- '

C- I

S*UhU~ ty

r,.r, : *.-y


, _.

- r .;Y

I Ir


" y


O.- .P

. a. r : ..Ma tt

""^ '. :.'''





~ I'


v -

-. .
L -* 1.'


IF- ;* .,, .


wo Wta la ttst -a "a* Pony Ptl'y
bed. I booting ouW uas t
SeomferenBe with the amount lot an -EI l as mo
aRd a few lasM* than the usual t. .vitoi
WAr set-up Is ebsur- on hand to wth ChrMdtea
s whe 3M'e se '"ry cU ton, abom*. ,Abo
-C" o la m thaptps -nri d f Itt W* Ct; ba
thi bet infront of the studo's pertAm.
B B les go to ent wt w

tet the ".tra t
gAn avertf swamp filled a Im t etwee t a
Sm ed been con- Buffalo Tker, Wild
strag"to Tlor 'an,- i"
22 ," 1,66 U,, nvalrymen A a who i
and Indian s in 18. I arrive on wate with s par
the set Iretor Bud Boetti- e at It eOt: "I
Cher Isu *t a a scene In t hat' whw
Wbirh Rock T t, Richawd Andy A
otrIson, tay W est and 14 .......
jtunt ofn sint hato the sicking Pretty aka Paget, whistle
t,... "u"f"l S. -green leetards,
It', do0 by means of a hv- and a -up-f dancers are being
drau ic ~dia v n de'r put tmo their pce bM-
aromnd eork. and theme's tension Dance V o Nick Castle in a
Q thae air s,the camera turns. musical Itber in the Sou"a bo-
When the lights Bo oh.and ~ g 8 *t'= "ab StLrp
M.fe wan in a divnwe helmet r, at S .
r2es t sa nte all er are Asi eJM reatie. Uom,
,A Boettleher, who dirererd cai*ena WAMe U them as it wm
RIutlfihter s the *Lady," when a o shooting begtag.
"Bulls are stfer." ThI st
,MCONOMT tllne r
I the plar- apk eachine & b
Dihabeth Taylor, Pernando Le.- own.
ina, Wilatnm 1'well and OI "B9ut Wt her costume," whi-
,*g k M the pminet at wart jer itLe. onlooker. "att
in MMMT s "The Olrl Who Had ble iwe it a i. ple ofV -
Sveryth~gW" Lamas, on one side tifW .
of the r e, and Gig: ittin .
V4. 1116a0daPowe"r novaes efoth Oman
avi*. i 0 l"dtmng against one an-
ohier for a thoroughbred year-
itrIsmesne Uselr neeks as
tbi' stars f takt a 410.,0' and
we fee ftllitA. ttiftetelt. IA-I ^-
ams .eseedsa tIe frm in the
erot tad e detrW calls for

ai mse :v 4

lor "tae aree

SLe i "er h .i, '

r. so a.l l rt "
raUumed eso ame


I 4



~ -Lit

- ~ '~~r4.1~P -~ __




h~. .

F-' .-,


* N



loll' '


* .


,., :^


^^WSK ^-~l^^I -
am se en iSe~f* ?

IPI--ml am i

^.r. Mt, .
t,* ,.
.... ... ... '.-. I *-. I '<
'p- a I

-. .+..,* .+. .:

am -.,., ,, ,

- *, *i. -4~T~9




-: 2

i, v- t
. I

L. ~ -

"I., 4
e. I



i -

~ -~~- -


-. 4t




41. ~

~ L
~ 'U

7- 1 '- "N W .I

M ,.

-.. ..; _.


.-.' .

- ~

- f -. Cf
*-"*** 4WH
'*'aw.- ir

.**. :-. .-

r -

~*. (4 .;~ -

.i 1..-*'



i i






-, l.'- .-


L~ ~


I 1 .-

i.1 **
. 7 .

IL ..4

c -


"PO*-. ,".

a ~


N em T -... Wh Yo. .14

A < ve your Ad with one of our AMobtt o% letf i No.17 -,W' lt
No 1,t17. Ce n A.lf'Clb..

Same dt Beidea AAric'-m
#55 Welt lith ment

..- +"' -----, ." ;.:.;..; ,,: or ...
M.JTIUo. i'S Aoci t -",-,tef,,lto,,tl i Pu.Wasmes .mtllfl -
*ourti of Ju1 Ave -Pbone 2-0441 *3 Lottery P te 14M 3413
------ -- ---'

I --p.l AbIrl,, .i Alie-.'i e. sol



0nj .g Iservice r rrseuam anCi heYn rvFi L FR -- -u aM .V .l
ce *C. E. I Gerr met Employs Ion, mahogany head board. %, ly
---ist an hogany f lr-lamp, three we.
S L E Govemmet Ento esF!new CQ. socket, Trod cefledg, lock L it
FO- Whent .W tum "ur new type, electric wall. clock, 25 cycld.
e m ad car. See Thomas J. Polite, at Cristl
h, M ewIPU nIsu AiMMMSb lt [ Police Station.
SALE:-We hove a $ew Thor N.. iam l FOR SALE:-Ea@y wshig machlI
Scycle artraftC washers at rwU- Ph l. o-49f5 perfect coaidlon, $80.00 new
pricHs., MeAbleria Casa Spar- ~ SAL: I FwH Victoria. coffee table. J0.00. Pair of m- -S *
VGf t9 23. T 245 New 2o-459. e, radio, WSW. Phone hegany ld tbli, $20.00. Wardil
R SALE:-Do not I6y 1more than days 8- 0, robe, S25. VIe EaFpoea, 2 houses A .,iE .-.
B4 55 onet .f a o re da E-icele utafter Mimer Radio Station. Tel. Clia S C D ec
344 55 net. for your new RCg0 FOR $ +. .t. Plymouth, Cam- 3-15o
Garrab 3-speed automatiC record- geE nt condition 14,000 CIIiAem. No
changer, 25 or 60 cycles, at Casa miles, radio, etc. Phone Curundu, FOR SALE:---WAoshi machine with*- Sb .e~arieturd. miigj
Sparton. Central 223, or at our 3-36 out momtr, $20. Call 2-2919, PHULPS Ocemuaids
nch at No. 56. B Avenue. Pan- 3 -.-" 0ut 'a l0.a oi
atF.OR SA -i95o0 Pa&kprd .Sedan, Balboa, d at in 1Mt i
S--- Hydormatic, white O*N,j radio. FOR 5ALE::-idap.Coop, boby crib g i
SlE:--One sll upright p- 5711 !t Phon* _ft 2675. *lmmt nw oWo baby scales. Tl, Ra ck
-Telephone 2-2FOR SALt Ipeeilal pricmt Lw 480L. Colon. e 877. Mig R i lt
aiu wIn sr mrbty rie FOR SALE :-'Frtdaire" rnefrigeratow Se No. 435 Baift.
d maker in smart dresses A te" th. C 25 cycle, in very good condition
a ur service at Lontays -. -M iM. Tel. House: 5448, Apt. "D" Endic tt PERSON L
y Salon, No. 186. Central q a'a. lM St., Diotloi -. r nIIVtIJ|,_
l.Panaa OR SAMci8.951 kord. Alrmosit 1 Mamtt of t
t CANAL CMAI~Y te., 'buy cannot be dupli- FOR SALE: Mahogany bed with y dance istfructe
t T S, tA-S" coated. Call 4-339 from 5 p. in. Simm.n mattie. white night a tope, will lea Aut
5 giWWS, CAPACITA" to 7 p. tebie, $ 25, baby-stroller $5, for New Yo* for
DSM PL~ E9UIPMENT high chair, $3, dishes, cookiAg -lt .;.
ANDI PAR" PFb SALE FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Mmor utensils and flwer pots $25 liv-
d, bids+, for opening. In public. ft 000 miles ell ngren .ite. 200. Phone i Help W at
1p rlheivedl until 10:30 A. M.. highest offer. Cash only. Phone 3. 83-6141.
ib 5. 1952, Uor Radio Tubes, 4992 wekdays between hours 9- W t m
IM~trs. Resistors, Capacitors, 12 and 1:30 5. FOR SALEu.. 25 Cycle Wea tiwce. Qn -.Pw
t ne Eulpm0ent and Ports lo- house, reI glte $125. 4 bemom "VI
t. Bba re s22o. ECZ Revenue Office M~ $ o .5753-A.
-A t" o .Super To Refa Taxes e 5S4*, Dibl. Telon.
-6'f Storehouses, Salbo, To RAW es 2I 57 _.O. d
2-2777. FOR SALE;-ftate sene (3 place WA : Y In M*,
Paid By Oldimiers largo chair. EteHemt condition. emi amI"" abi.dl, 3
U-fflndTCo A .1 od Che'. 'CoX 1111o 3253. Mle to met R
SWANTED etand f. t pd y old- eb ki. mene ,ffe
.- tl htera of Me ICanal def action FOR SALE: Simmon three pie e eo i.
mpgow daysoo the O -aNll 08 lTimers upholserM v w i@yt m se couch PFem, seAeto M as- dO
rn coup. annuites will be paid by th D ad- pt into double bed. perfect M ,
rican coupe. r iNrelt of Internal ] Rw n, ai- condttioree IO011 .price. Apply
Kl. no "t ; eKrdin tn radi amed aenab A^"" FOR RENT
.uorters. around Se cording yesterday at bo 18, O $etret,_ -Apt.. 2. .
e.. Pa H do EFOR t*,: Th e piece sgt of
D: Furnished 2 bedroom The radio ipemiage from Wash- PI"ipftiA 1t1ta. furniture, on AMAMW
portment or house on ground Ilngton reported that the Corn- y.' tli ia .6-169 Two end f ive rom nrnuls
Iir, only for rent beginning Oct. mtissoner of Int ec mwo -. .a fefu m lf ,

-. ': "7


b rthmAr

lact In a 64697
i; dWi, mre D-tt-abHt

. ara Deer n at r tk.row
ereen 6...
.i. .on 6 .J
GEO. F. NOVeitM.,,

e l U '* ,*l)

^ J....'-



voition auI cvra. Col Ca *
-A.taI, Hoter TTvall.
r-o1WqSALt:-&Cond hand piano A In PhrtWf t n tra I
Ym. Int condition. Cheaiop. App* Or l aamaad I mUa.i.
J. D. Phillips, 190, Central Ave-. m for e at o ane ye
uue. Paeiami. ln which the tax haa been ci
The Bureau of Internal Rey
nue action follows a decision

Ambi i .nRWe t aub)ect to 1
ttmM, Ute. Declat
TM drew .' %%. W b A
MarylaWd. aw1bd work
aM UJOA IvmoN for the maOte tubprtme
-Mk j1 t1te-_Ir a the AdopUton of during constrBt--n da:
'MAL U N M LAITY. Thatcher was teim fney 1
0 wrt a at fourteen Dewling In the ael
S No. I1i Clvi]
S MrrrToNM RAMMooN No Doubi lWk?
he l retatmred D teo be-a
seemcums a, ..
at te coutaretmern as .in URatI Stoe, whetur 3
__1"" wn th Orna
jW~~~wIWter to *_I DI ovO t---U-- -- -

'Caml Fe.,

-ureu UpeR .

j i w* _f apply;

2940 fte r 4 p. ,


tahe Auitg forI te iC

[74 he tefat"t oC
"Wligras a more amO
sad n widespread effort to
weat .ach fires muat be


ites Lam ThMft~'..~

"Now thaeo, I. Ranr
Trumanm, PrtUient of the
ed States of Aamerica, do
r shegnate On weea
dala october IM 1.53, as
Preryntko Week."
P suaf

~wa u~

AmpW- W9


' wis Service
S -4 Tiv1l Ave.-Phone 2-2291 and


r f 4-f

-,fjl-- ~,


OwI ,,LE DbM, 6 ft9


m5SSg rgue. -


A ,



- *"


<^:cbte^ $35 af-^ '

:.i r .:. ^,, :,-* ; *
+ .*. ". "* .- '
I A ~ ~ 4- -'AAt
.. .44.$. !L loom I -

1kt- -g,.j" t
Re, .-1, ..

O.N..A '- If ,.. 'IF++: ....: +


, .- i : I, .f ': ".' .- ,, i
.. '.* .. ..: **.- -&,, ;'^ "*- ^* ;-'k,"
^---oWV-,***..'.'." <<, '; -V .. *t. ..
tl t **.1*

j^'4t r-#.;,


to i$ s rIwA 4. U
'.I:t .

"4 'i q-* .,,
^ .*._ *^+ :, .- .-^ .w^ ^ .'.+e .

, g'2+ ,' 1'"'A *' 4 t.^ 4fl

' ^ / ,ii : *:- .", y
,,-.^ ^ S '-* -^4 .. ^ -'
4 'r-i- -,

r- + .....-(

a flery

',. j 'f 'ff" .*.!, .. "+ .'"" +. ... .
:* -- 1 R, '., V ,1 *' "

r ., *.. rr .- 7-...". .
:';+,-; ~- ,,,,.- :,.|+

afrr; -*'""*'-- s .. ,.j +/ ...

as."I. .,

.adt.h.t~ *

rI.' \ b-,. ~



' .?-


,% ,:'4 .,, -.. w. -.
* :'.. ,..'..j .., .


- ...;. ;.,., :. i+-f. *:.'.,,+....

. -
v W V9 .. t. -.{-

a R'l.

. F --
-.* iS. I, r "

p *~.


". i



, .. ...



-I -

r ~




I *51
~v-. -

7 4
- A
--C- ~- -
Eta "*
- 4~ -U- -
aria .-,~. ,


t 4 ~.15-1






1.,*- ^r'"t
L ..r" q


1 '-1 .

"- -AU

~, '1-

i t, .

S -I ..

- ..

, I-.
\ ,- ,I. ,


4. &




4. 7


.' **. .-

'.I -

,., i I

.*. ,.\n ',

L- *

. .. .- ." .
.-..-,-^ ^ ,

, 5. 1 "-1

*- 4..***. .. .. -.

: .

an Mksa WiHllam E. Adams, of Brases 9 enter- Lt. and Mrs George ret party at their Bases t1 htoe H. Seenh tdte hi, George 'r
ty on rto h bon Mr. and It"s. Bertram. BooU t, and WilliSm I., arrived from Ft.
bousenuests, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Spence. Belevoir, Virgnas to be stationed
HP 1tookout. is the general Dr and Mrs. Dougla Hardy. Mr. on.the Isthma. They are residing
for the Compafia Ba- and Mrs. George Carty. and Mr. at Fort Gullek but Colonel Be-
of Quepos. Costa Rica, and Mrs. Jamed A. Hoverson, well will assume the duties of the
P peince is the assistant Mrs. Dorothy Crouch, Mrs. Eve- commanding officer of the 370
of the Chiriqul Land Co lyn Slowick, Mrs. Betty Button, E.A.S.R. and of Fort William D.
trante. Mrs. Doris Ach.son, Mrs. Mae Davis.
Dodson. Mrs. W. R. McNamee,
.Mtl Complimented Misses Lee Corbliss. Rae Elicker, Navy Ladies Have Supper.
rg Coffee Jane Holcomb. Angela Reilley, a Meeting
Ross temth was hostess Thelma Headley. Marion Smith The Ladies Auxiliary, of the
Wwrfilg coffee" ? given at Thelma Oyler Gamille Christo- Fleet Reserve Assolation, Branch
Sli at Coco Solo to honor pher. Lt. CtmAtider James F. 50. held their regular monthly
V N. Horick who Is leav-,Todd, Dr. J. A. Johengea. apd meeting at Coco Solo with Mrs.
day with her husband Mr Gene Gregg. Mary Prien presiding.
assigned for duty at the During the business meeting.
Navy Yard at Ports- Mr and Mrs. Richard Wilson the following members volun-
Vas. entertained with a dinner party teered to decorate tbe C.P.O. clab
of four kinds of Chanrel at their home In Colon to honor for the dance to be held there 6n
was given the honoree Ms Mead. Sept. 13: Mrs. Fran Sterner,
friends. Their other guests were: Mr. chairman; Mrs. Marion Brown.,
W. E Sands presided at and Mrs. Ira Wright of Balboa. Mrs. Margaret Carpenter, Mrs.
ffte table, which was cen- Command,-r kd Mrs. H. E. Jean Johnston,.Mrs. LIlln Lep-
S with red exoria. Schmidt and Lt. Commander ley and Mrs. Billy Singletery.
T e guests inclrSded: Mrs. D James Todd Coco Solo. Farewell was said to Mks. Peg-(
Pwrurp Mrs J F. Barlow. Mrs. gy Cullen, who Is leaving with
ft. i chandler, Mrs P A. Col- VP-45 Card Party hre husband and sot on Aug. 31.
.ste. Mrs J R. Donly. Mrs 0. Mrs. L 0. Boston and Mrs. R. Mrs. Cullen has .served as secre-
W. plttmpn, Mrs Davis Hender- K. G11fin were hostesses for the tary of the Auxiliary for the past
.nMrs J J Humes. Mrs R. monthly card party of the VP-45 year and at thinstime she was
S $1TIfflAi. Mrs. 0. L McKPv. Squadron ladles, which wits held presented a gold auxiliary pit by
1W R. B Mauney. Mrs. R. K Wednesday at tin Coco olo Of- Mrs. Prien.
S Mrs.Roy Nielsen. Mrs M. ificersClub. Mrs. Myrtle Muehlberger. wel- I(fl is the first .t
SMrs J. A. Pease. Mrs: The canUata izes were won fare chairman, reported that a art ca.o Amelne s a
S wellel. Jr.. Mrs. W. D. 'by Mrs. FranCils tt and Mrs. A. hundred pounds of rice had been wluts "cheese" S4tt Mrs. C B. Reid. Mr. A. Wagner. ts. J. R. Danly won given the Home for the Aged at 4 n!i_ -s". q
L At Snead, and Mrs. R. F. Tuck- the. traveling prize and Mrs. S. Puerto Pilon this month. bt `s r ntVd a :S
r M I Hirsch and Mrs. J. F. Crider During the month the follow- -Sl "
wre the bridge winners. Ing ladles had baked cakes for
Wiss.Mead enored the patients at the Coco Solo Na- V GAYNOR uA1 it
Sufese bapautre Friends Shat lmnors at val Hospital: Mrs. Peggy Cullen,
SMie Arva Mead who has serv- Bon Voyage Morning Coffee Mrs. Bertle Taylor. Mrs. irnes- FORT WAYNE. B .-We
Vd tpr the oast four years as x- T i.maembehs of the Fort Ou- tine Wright. Mrs. Gloria Free- about 1O teM t SWir Li
tay echnkcian at the Colon Res- libk N.C. Wives Club entertain- land. The committee that served Michigan op our fiift to 0
tatat alMd today for the States. ed W,.?tba0day with a morning the cakes were: Mrs. Muehlber- cousin hone of t of och
ft. r tiligjIrns her osition. She coffee givn at the club rooms to ger. Mrs. Prief and Mrs. Glenda U. .
wVill Wt I the New England honor Mrs. Mike Kinnick and 0'Brien. Relaxed, w W eu'ie Am
-tate and then drive to Boulder Mrs. John Cousins, who are leav- 'Visitors for the meeting were: leas cheese making. Every
r.eek,%~aifornia, for a visit with lug the Isthmus. Mrs. Cousins Mrs. Jeanhe Ryan, Mrs. Edna seeated to bae t* fa* title
'te f"~,g. !sailed today and Mrs. Kinnick Rials, Mrs. Clare Brantley, Mrs. cipe. Here are t*o I picked
e Pnsoe who reside at the i ll leave on Sept. 2. Ellen Brotherton and Mrs. Clau- as I walked forward to talk 1
toloh _Laeh N'nes Quarters Mrs. David Itarshaw, on behalf dette Leatherman. the youthful pilot.
v cocktail part Wedneeday ;of the club members, presented The white elephant prize was
to honor blis Mead. IMrs. Kinnick a gift of linen and won by Mrs. O'Brien. Zucchini
.el PIB0es0 went used on the, Mrs. Cousins a purse, as ba voy- Following the meeting the la- (Makes 8 t )
and bird of paradise age gifts. dies joined the members of the
on leAves were ukd in Mrs. Edwin Penning and Mrs. Fleet Reserve Association for a .One (!2-poun package
rooms Harshaw were co-Hostesses for potluck supper, amed butterica, mee, 4 e
Sf friends sinned the .l tty pl 4 n bu rre r ea d ,cu ae 4
t.Lt which was In charge The friends who attended In- WASlgtU thCs Club I44ich rye bread cubes 1
C'ifford Ewing. cluded Mrs. Tooney Poole, a Dance Sehded Tm ar ew sized onon, thinly slciced zucchini, 1s
whocalled during guest, with Mrs. Joseph Shelley, Tho Washington Cotillion Club tsatoes, slned, lit cup s
were: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John B. Byrd, Mrs. Robert is holding their regular Baturday c a green pepr, 1 2 t
wter. Dr. and Mfa. John Blankenship,. Mrs. Angel Reyes, night dance tomorrow. It will be Jpon ailcTdAIeik pet
Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Mrs. Neil Scotto, Mrs. WilmiamI a Come-A_-Ton-Work Dance asd outs i ct.
Mr. and Mrs. William Edgar Mrs Charles Bresch, Mrs. wiln be held at 8 P.M. at a to three enal portions to mi
Ir. and Mrs. Richard Ruseti Ma rs. AMrs. dolph Tru-Hotel Washington. 12 slices. reur" melted but
%1,or. and Mrs. Thomas jlo. Mrs. Dominic Platt, Mrs.
,Mr.and Mrs. FraiisJoseph Cte,. Mrs. Wilit ell, l. .ii .s 2u n 61 .
30r. -ad Mrs. Fritz iH R MI tUJ,.lagckjamg Mrs. gg1 g1C -
and Mrs. M, X. l. Clarence WjWAj *i
and Mrs. Wayne Gilder, Mrs. Carl E. eMs., Mrs. Maurice -. r
and Mrs. F. 0. McGilber- Towne, Mr. Arthur Crandall and "Nort Atlantit." the
.nd Mrs. J. Z. Douglass, Mrs. MJieAh Gdmley. td i ... be. bea_, ,


05- _

The finest Rodio made in England; one year
gumeintee inlding Parts and Service.
Any Size and Price!



i e *al it NTi a
daa:es as .^^ U
Hr 'rsai r
lm omiurdi lsbi .....
^^^^^XIIk~lltf|^K.R&^ ^llllllll~ f J4t

a .a

a,,. ahohinl esassem'b,

_M .. things *."y
it? ia pnifble
a from the


it '.



I= (


atebokftfnl n
-erat1 ervat

dea' imi

P? du but *,=-ueriaucmUw
the Atlaate to M OPlan' A e l bew lhat ted.
land, is one of the list o
being released for and
this week by the CaiCI7 1 5m %SS *[^ ]
Library. s m^^ e
The Isthe werkofAllard hutand of
CO nd ski pe of the he b.lebm'5 hoStfe bas
Ioos. c t is a Iyo d..
,ceaut of the race IOm- sae
cW oode M Brit. am'ssu ch & Ieet
,lAh nd Afnrloan crwat.t our _. 63% of the pa-.
men is ac-b boat) teoW eP. a p or t ewer r
the TIte grind. of r may VtL
The Ist of new books follows: aremger wvent ar
RelfS : The power olfaith, Sm lwthat Lydia t
Binmtetak handbook, Collius;
How td clean everything, Moore:
Fhl Arts: The Gilbert an
ulliva book, Bally: ght '
yards. oI calico, Hunt; tad ------
Nrt Atlantic. Colon; M u
Tras. Biography, Ulster: $0'tw rw9l9 Mf Mt
rndia, Pakistan, Ceylon, Brown _
I live again, Ileana, princess on us
Rumanta; and Private papers, use
Vandenberg; i
Fletim: The juggler, Blank. t. V.
fort; 'The noonday devil, Our.- s y
is:; Spin the glass web, Ehr-,
lich; Faraway the spring, Hago-
plan: The singer of Saint Am.-
brose. RaynoMk: Eldolon, Stem i
White. ,.,


btu kenter

g ,O oN


wa. as



m loe hlteugm
K;. wMea.

:1. *~

-. 7T
S ,'t' .....- vaS' f:' "--" 'f ,
i. .. ....

? -.A ,it -.5 -1>f., '.^ ^ y 1
'***'- ..*, ,:, y ,. .. ,:, *w_, *. *'

{.'.. ( ,>.;* 'i ^tf R l a
:. "" -,.. .., ._ Al


' .. -atin


.4 -
** ,i^...

skip .sa A&U1tims

'a 0. :
Is V&*'&3'*&T 55.0 1. uos 0 tA
S "- if ..2 : -*-
... .- ------- '- M.^^

w urn


4- m i.4.

** '." ".;.-,

m '- .


. ** i ..rz.

S is




9. d.1lvr4

I'\ ';

/r .-

..- ,.' "


' '- r fr"' "*

. "j- "


,r-- ---


* :,s-.

"' .b ,'

U' .-

- 21


i^ ^ i, jf^t. 'r-.. ''. "- ,. .- .,,' l "-. ,,, ,'t- .


". ,,_. 1,3 .
"' J' -,-v '- ; ',' t i
: *,, ] i i. : .. :.: -, .. ,. i ^

* i- -i'" "'" *" '." *,i e *" '= .
|07!~t~, n l'A
h~~~~~~ 06bi~nr WU t
Itililii i n^ ig i~ni' ii'il'"i r '* W -* w 4 '*i

.If lj -*.9.
:9 -r



, ,. ~1~,A .

low ,*;? -W


w w m

"i ,O '

-" to. d.ot ,-I ,
AnPn eu, me.

.. / .... s ".

1w SiseL Ntttur Es^ 11
M ,
w ~ ts ~ t fi H rvi c.

i "f
. ., :


-ieM ifo 1 1lt* IM^l*4*
vlie :
kv i! 8%ti

ri m "4 b J 5 r 9 .

azt~ -I..

fly,, -'~


-. iI
9. A~,

N.. 4 "r ft

~W L1~'
-; tnj ~
-t t


S.. 1 .
W.'." .'-'$ :~ ,%.



, .;4. .*

?- '+i 1 -" b.-
."iF ,- ,-'. ; ?-

. T. n l ^ ',. ;' ...


--t (


-... ., ,

.-7 X M

I -


*9~ It99b~7

* ; a -.
,*. :,-* .-

.***- .n": m n~ .

-. : -- .
i '. -"
...*- .: :-, ,.,t -:;S
--. .A M A

' '-- : '.'

*ft 4 b
-' 9r


.-,.. .-i

* 94-9~ 4


' I91

S, -.

A i- . ^ ^ ,'l
^ --. ". .,



*1' Ii
* .4.-.-


Businessman Iuys Pitn' il

( a w 1m..1.. .m.. q,
.uFE# BNhEItUtUe .Ml *
-l aslad 4 e llction of .
13 East S1N6ts ayaings
ol wer ttl Cemical
14rlat hydrocarbon
Mym treaties
kI it a aw Eternity
1 1 A 1e ak Ii' 8 Ellipsoidal a
)T"hrmd '
it 'pore fo efcomb. form) 2 -'
I 'laitVerain in
g-go" oS ters Bel um "
.. a a P a w n s
S2o s Ia -ation t n

sheeptoldss of the
32 For best
results, you
flower plants
33 Popular
a tDometc slave

-TS r ..,,, 7 Goddess o the
38 Flout
S BUSINESS IN PANAMA BAD? Sam Friedman (left) shows n Stained i
i what he thinks of the future of this ountrY with this .73-case 42Root lnlMl
store on Tivoli Ave. Shown %ith Friedman is his store manager, 46Tear
Sergio T. Rivera. e .
S Sam Friedman, owner of the incoming administration, which 53Golfeourses
SMascota haberdashelr on algurs stability and perman- 54Pu up
Soill Ave was optimistically ence." 55 Fixed look
.*packing 73 crates of men's Friedthan returned recently 56ui S l
S thing imported from the from the States, where he 5u .. ... .
United States today in prepara- bought large stocks of summer
.en for the "st ability and per- goods at prices which he says
b1anence" which he thinks the will enable him to sell to fit the uo
Iew administration will bring, local pocNetbolIs. e oon Gr u
Friedman, a long-time rest- The shyipmen3t he is unpack-
&nt of Panama. said. "I am ing includes sport suits, slacks Curbi
optimistic about the im- and shirts in addition to a wide ** a o
Mediate future, due mainly to variety of home bar fixturesegC r OWUUU
e apparent soundness of the and leather goods.
r -N-0
SWASHINGTON, August 29,- ys, are not
Bh a a ) Academic freedom e interest of the Inde
S By S a vatimust be maintained to "with- student is adds .ll
stand the menace of" Commu- as the basis o A
nism," the US National Eduea- tivity, and of the
epa rated Fr m Ind ia tion Association declared in its habits which it is the
annual report released today the pubc stoiol dtoii
by the Asseseation's tive, Aug. 2 P P) S s-r In Ban oe m eatO e were tr9 pngto TherAA m aertse om" &tat d C u It hate tr n a
of acute suffering live on a sobdmade from grass public" ch teacl a t. t da. s
fr atromck of Ut 1Pradesho personss ea the flesh of dead truth, b over dlstas tul t t e

ts.He told 25at- thood aes.d eploes ta lyfe th wtta eihntanntheOfl the
to eat 5 r to h i hunger-ngs adds tiM te nts moi hav e thm iaS throught
A United. Press wrresenfative[or. 8 te ofrn ucus- freedom',.* l r b eltaa a.
tl Twari. an AShibbad news- Many, some estimates are as "threat to d reedom such Zr70la-haa
rm went on a tour of the high as 50,030 persons from Per all other freedoms." pointed out that there
khpur district. one of the this strict have cred The report sets forth facts about be a avin 0of one ad o-
ao hp eor stri 1e of the rnov- s ild e Cbt ae o se th e the public school system and t half to two days IB n sllal tin s
st-affected of the It edtenlacorder into Nepal In search o bar tli not i e lelig nNpas etweenNewTook
cta. He was told of 25 star- food and employment. n one im at e tfte wos hae t

deaths from two villages$ 1blToo ca p nat Al life the- Coast 1 of tae ut
gently. Prof. Shlbbanlal Saex- t _e i .becauItt They to e ostt t+ -l4e
a former Congress Party found conhfm ons in Nepal alUPane eting n t t re nt a&e wab lwt.. t Wsu c ieantr
er reported 2.000 hunger difficult pmeet national rtren th.inaboveIe ba s ve nal
X legs lie those-of a...el.... tad2o0een--l"T1110 lampneailofa in. p O- .he 11 of e hatliW*
of the three sub-dvisions of Indian officials In the Gora- de e flc edom are si would bA 173 mte; Ethe iat
of rted that su divrion of r h distc admit scarcity the report says. h.A st i
oae a oak a p ir e rscnt. He conditions eX sd utdeny famine c ablie to frwed th mean 00, ceubcl aritivatdt
n teo t awopress conference prevails. The e t magistrate that students ma av an ioet o t 1947. Ia
o ou h t fger ste fthabeto- said about 1wod Or 0 peoplena were o all w thhhe S related A0 retically pa- .a
nt did not take immediate placed on the austerity provi- c o la aft leant ju under level a0al at Nicaraa R-o
to relieve the situation. signing scheme and that a fairly etdy.t is a ad i t southern end
'Tiwart's di tch, in part. said: large supply of food grains had te advocy I n- e! but would hav .to
starvation Isshowii plainly in been rushed to the area for dis- noat npatof viewer ontnentadve at
.lces of villagers whom I saw tribution.or a I where it is now 760 e-tll

almost oee rhip!ministerEN Panit GoidD MtsiS it(TnP" rhe Ih athea rpmr (Cha n
the tour. i an eral cases Meapnwhile, U t t a r Pradesh "it results in leah or ha to a t a level.
had litvnglbodae almost re-echief minister, Pandit r oVindth hl not whatb n to the samn
Sto bones, eyes shrunk in tBalloh Pant, appealed to poll.-lobedtlye&to prepareo cltz leunC stated at 5
s like those of a skeleton." t leaders not to create panic for intellienteialons in pu- t of cotrc
Can't Buy Grain In the eastern districts in view blic affairs. UM C t estimated because
reported that several ar- df the scarcity conditions n The report declares th at ed to be prohitve
he rains, in-those areas. He said that "hhly Am ca's abiit to withstand the comparative
tuition there wouldhelp -nobod e depnd o n lternativete a-level
orbout a rupe(aout 22 but would create panic which vigor with which we dme= ardent y
pounds were would only aggravate e stua- trate the vitality of our beief la arauan route
sellingat fromtwo to three tion. In our freedoms and the per.2is tat, w it hortln U. s
a for about two pounds. aten with which werote aU
far beyond the low-r- the encroachments of dictatr- ei, .routesaboutt lnt
power of the average vli- Children Cared For hips of the public school p to Sratnc elsa
The top pay for a village phase of American life th0 v o and e m
mer is one rupee per day. OREEN'ELD, Mass. (UP)'- cribed by the report are: valley"
some village homes there The Greenfield Tap and le The school and unity -- 4An a. route is OrBe
no sign that any cooking of Corp. has established a $32,000S Aericas," the report. t mrlder tt have been relatv
had taken place recently. scholarship fund for worthy chil- b eo not belong to thew tolthe mwMatage of the Attim'
werw also abandoned hous- .tren of employes. It is believedtct h. 2%eyre not an e i c Comt-- rather than theoGlf
whose former Inhabitants had th be the first New England ibet'slfone political par They potW .

te+, ,rmris -- "tudents. t o remedy or delay

a women '
personnel fra
mid the 15th I
Rtuved U. 8.
le operator's
y afternoon i


women are q
army vehicles
ao-and-a-haluf, t
arg qualified ('
, one in enaeM
carter tonL
t, Jeeps and-so

MUll. ,AUI

0 drive t
stfly U.

took their tt
ied with about :aveln
earned to opleate
mth emselvo, mal
is dEpdent W~W-

LatexS ThoWwi*N

S /.,* r t .l

* :~ft4SuI4 2


.,+ ..-!
: :+,
,- .

tttl fl4"'

. -"

tit *-....^ ;
itt, i.7

B''" -; ..
.V .
-,I" :.4 :'

- ..
: ii.t~l. / ;,;Z 6


w~a otMowsrmaitesi
I Thwaoay for 2 w-
* P4f4 Anader ad Oe %M
Id. .NIllMAt, leo

S at thema
fl WsmaM tho U
-~~t aflar Zoet

a. a., a

atthe- e.
egt er IW N v
as, Va. tevi
for a taqe-p

ik. *I M


4., .


*"'t r1

3,- .t


* '.






t .


-* ,ll.c

~ ,~
'1 ~
.~ *~.


~ ;7*.
.~ ~

S .* -- -
.* -. --. S -:, '." .
!9- .* ,(... __... -:
- ,. '- ; '- **- ,^ -.' *. *- .--
.. '.' .t "L ^ ^ *' ,.". -.
... .- .- ..*
' L' W, e '.e ..,, "',' ".

'1'-!' ~

. .
* .; *t..- L ,,
, '.otn*?tA i'

~fi., j.. .


-- : -- .. ** y~r- ^ -? -.:^-^ B ~ e l;-s.... ...-*-(- .:. .^
. ,:.., :..,^ .' "".*..,** .. .,,.H^ ^ *-;* .. ..* .*,

&-11. diBB^
.:. ". ". ^. :i -* ^-.' --: -' i- "-^

... -. <.;- .. **- ......^l^ ^ ^ ^ -

.= "- .^^' .-' ^

JA..- ". ,

-.7 %
U, N "I """ '' .. w ': '. "" .'-.. -

.., : .. .. -: .-* .. :.,..n.

r -1 .


t~At --~

3T .
. ;. ,,. .
. .'Bit 't.. --?




,-'~ -~-


a-."* .(

.V .... .TA

-.'.- ,. .' '

: 1.


:* L ,

ers Retain Big Lead

S SpJits Bosox Lose

rYORK. Aug. 2, (UPI The second of tir theda%
e put on two big four- doubleheader was out -t
to defeat the Cub; No other game weft B se
to stay nipe-and- duled.
es ahead of the
4- won their second -
H-7 decision from the Spor Shorties
nit Pittsburgh, In the Na-
eaue. NEW
Philles handed-the Cardi- Pr other lt v
Beir sixth straight defeat wI
h a St. Louis fighter as Phiad 'l
Roberts easily took his 21st be no h
SThe Reds spoiled Boston Pans who
br Charley Grimm's 54th Jersey Joe
ly party by defeating the against i' W
' 5-4 in eleven innings at have to be t in 0 MuM-
iatl. tinal tkdti ,er the few

fleders brene a BI.5 ti er I
se. venth by searl four Th
jhwo On a dMEble by Gl been
as rokie Joe Black cove
Five sold innings to all (
Ibie eteath vitor y a- the:
Mt two defeats. New
he Giants made 16 hits, in- sylvi
bIg a homer by Whitey Lock- T
. while Alvin Dark and Bob- cat
homson collected three hits frog
ce to give Dave Koslo an the
Mthb victory. Raph laer -
Md his 29th roundtrippet for O
Pirates. ead
berts'., fortified with a 5-0 wt
in the first two innings,. s
led to a 12-hit Victolry at
iuls as the Phils moved to
a three-and-ona-haif matap "

W l; .I1

i (1-3) Mi
(bI: ,.dl-

t .
Itouse r(7-8) tt.


J. Cain



r :, '*a

S. .

Snea RiL& -1Irkitfr IPtea&J
*&GKj1'*- ^^^v.^? **^wpIN, r,

e r 9 s"'-.


Auw man iaa

.T- b.. I
i.u8-...9.* w
was Ompe&l
Uirai Ma.J..

t ftft o wtA
wj oa at if

franca Tp
f VCK- '
I' .- s


P- :.*'- -
-'. ..r

* ,t.

w. w w w a -


* ^ **


T ". a.
*^^^^^k^^B ...t.
v-^ ,..: *

'I -I.

*-wt. ~

-' 4_- "*, .. it".,
a'. aeo,~ '9'.
.... -'
ffiK^asaa1 ** eM **'4.*

a *-

* 4

r t
.,f ,.,r-." *,: t**


".,. .r q
! -*. ** ,

'*i. i
*:.' .t'-,

...; *& .

:-r .r.

A.f *

*^- .

I ~4;-


.4 ,F

a--. "

". 7. ...


% ""

4K-.,-- m m -

-i e

-- -OT

~~1 I Ro ----- -- --- -- --


e ll
_=~~~ .__ ....o-.. .
-- [ i T i iii


* .'
" :', "-. '
a .- S'*'

" lting
**' Si

U Afnca vote um
U0o, South Afri- wf iW ftW
(UP)*-The Cape i
Aereme Court today rwENT-SylNTh iMAI
the lSoth African
iqgh -Court of
eat Act, thid thereby
temporly at least-
removal of South Africa's f h t
voter from the 2a- g Ig
tf l electoral rolls.
ptovkncial coqrt'a de-
O was unanimous.
miader the terms of South F
2 l=e contltution, each of F
i for prOvinces which made 9i
t* Union of South Africa
i t *Wr tOrMed tn 1910 was
So maintainn a division EW AW. (UP) -'pend
qO!" ^supreme Court. The cbMe- of the Arny NavyoOni
Sorts, of course, could and Alt relared today the In It
Way dbtemale the application nUG ,tady to defend I Pa
t b I ddhnne of the indlvl- an Sa %t=r
Sprovinces concerned. They against any let- the
i Roar decision, therefore, up Ithn defense effort,. and
.11 only the coloVed voters sad be no MW1 f from
ope Province. kturea as lo
the Jtis in Its troubd
The decision caine after four .
CQ)red voters challenged the A-ai rt ry Thomas K. Fin- a
Malan fovernmest's law remov- letter .Aft secretary FPank .f
ho colored voters from the rolls Paea r4? j d Navy SecreWta "
bV Otbbtaag an Injunction from an A bIall w spoke at the
the CA Province Supreme w e of the Ateriean
Cart eday restraining Loa a convention in PA
elebtral officers from removing Garden. The
tir Mse frem the rolls. Tht Finletter said, reps
It Wta the High Court of Par- now tr *F option to deliver Unite
Itt e t, brought in by the a blow .itousnes to camp
Government. that estab- aS*SSn 'it ha ." dekth
i the South African par- A" foes" a being tot
B rent as a supreme body over cretd d ack a punch
the coItr'a ourta. oe tan any ever ed M
in the behats e he assert- late
eNary .eoMtt ball told
M LetlOna*_es atomic e-powered

usqI "Ut?-'.

JIU .. Bach



* ,~*


se t. r fre S > b!


itures for Fir defense of M
try as lefo as the wot
s ptat di lon."
e M. training. whtt
o a s tetby Kort
rsw. teeBd to nonr.

lOf POW Uiptsinp

'Korea: 6 DN :d., 177

ltVrWKIM Aug. 2 (UP) to tut to t .
tO i that lnclidenth
d prisoner of We her. g
S ht" reMUlted in |Ag 111
Seof aowrisoee Maki *r
S" ir l A : .. a .,T


i I

* two wn a Pa amntal
Wtnet wa OeN 4
Mt^t-It tee and)M MatU

*4 v

," .'

tat* very Oolmmtm.
MThe Sntradt ha been iawtv i

Vol* aetie t a
au'JBMr 'M~f'er lor m3 a ilaul S'M m fa r r

S-N. w .e we

Sw 18

U fm

*ter. Hayon k.laN
nia *Vagg today -r
t aSatea, amid thA
Ia ttt a"* do&m
siat tow.n ytnvo
F audiitherp.ilaUe
Eswas neeumik ,

wcia a[ I
mole. Cow
years, 5


orim *1 8A, o fm Ma '
,.... .

f-t.mfer, a. nSer4
b sWOWh augtCMa es wsn4m

l nL a lag %Nut oCasmSersi if wfl t.
g amenuT74ea mushls and the "urtras" na

|^St:'T~iir'itfil~itf^**^fii mc" Ncta-ilJfeU-*

M a II aae -

aMr awM

ilteha.P ages*

a L.. L M M. -
to T

run, mu .4
Puller, Wirmn,
Mhima; 26 ya
1. Jr Owk t1iu.


a "ri
4 ri-



Full Text
xml version 1.0 encoding UTF-8
REPORT xmlns http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitss xmlns:xsi http:www.w3.org2001XMLSchema-instance xsi:schemaLocation http:www.fcla.edudlsmddaitssdaitssReport.xsd