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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERl OWN COLUMNolitical Punch
THE MAIL BOX BYPIDBON
WARINGTON, (NSA) -The
o o battle for the so-called labor
The Mail loe is en open forum for readers bf Th PenemAme- os"n the presidential cam
lken. Letten are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly eonfi- paI s presents one of the moreo ,
I denIial manner. on ed sectors on the political 1 '
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the
next day. Letters are published is the order received. Republican spokesmen have al- I o
Please try to keep the letters limited to one poge length. ready tried to pin on Democratte
Identity of letter writes is held in strictest confidence residential candidate A d a i
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statemints e opinions tvenson the altel of "Captive
empresmed in letters from readersn. Of the CIO-PAC"-the Congress
.. of Industrial Organastions-Po-
;- o -- lltical Action Committee. An at-
e CURUNDU INVESTIGATION tempt was made t6 put this hex
Sir: my on the Democrats in the Roose-
I have sat on many boards af investigation in the Air Force velt and Truman campaigns, but
but have never had as a member of the board, civilians whose they won anyway. sa
If your reporting is correct: On the other hand. some Re-
1) There was a tragic accident while Curundu tanks were publicen spokesmen like Senator
being cleaned, resulting in deaths and severe illness. Taft. attempt to prove that there
21 Although. the contractor is pecunlarily responsible, is no such thing as a "labor
through his insurance agents, nevertheless the Air Force was vote." By hi victory in the Ohio
S reportedly responsible for proper safety equipment. senatorial race of 1950, Taft prov-
I have never met Mr. High. but I feel deeply sorry for him. ed to his own satisfaction at
He is caught in the horqs of a terrible dilemma. least that working men and
Then you reported that the local branch of the Air Force women are primarily people and
S had 'washed, its hands" off the affair, thus Joining Pontius that they vote as individuals -
Pilate. not at the dictation of union la-
Now is it possible to do so? Is their safety engineer active- bor officials. n t
y a safety engineer? Does his Form 57 show education and/or .or o i D t
experience to qualify him bo protect workers against chemicals? Some of Senator Taft's Ohio
Or does it show only safety work involving motor vehicles? managers and mtatiatlelans fig- tht
Or did the AF overlook this nececaity? ured out that at least 35 per
In any event the safety engineer should not have been a cent of the unalon labor mom. or
member of any board, but should have been called in as a wit- beos voted for him in 1951,
nsa to testify as to the safety of the equipment, if he knew. IO-PAC people po it out here
One Of Many Inquirers that "5S per sent ain't II." An4
untfl half the union members
start voting Repubtllets, the Opp
G.I.'S AND GIRLS GOP can't claim that it has
Sir:; union labor's support, a
I't about fed up. Why is it that the servicemen cant get an
dates with girls in the Canal Zone? That's the question I've Rpublican campaign head-
been asked by quite a few 0 1'sI know. quarters in Washington. however,
Even though I know the answer, it's very hard to explain Is determined to make a major am
to them. tch for the labor vote this tear.
Zi We went out with servicemen, the bQy in school would The lppeali to bae bed t he dd icash u n, P h e y!
disaen us. They don't realize that quite a few of our own boys belief that there is considerable to"
are in uniform now too. difference of opinion between a
The boys say we'll get a bad reputation, but how? The rank-and-file union membership y 808 RUARK
servicemen that the kids know here are only a few years older and the labor boases. ,a )rit
than we are. Some are even younger than some guys in school. This has been the contention
S These sami boys are going to be of draft are soon, and I of many big busirss employers NEW f RK. The trOuble with this cam- wise a liar to boot.' OGrandD' deat nO, and
Stsure hope they don't get treated like the guys down here. for some time, particularly on the nis oY sa.y,'hndbeuthat Adl.s don't CopMt.
Sthey whe won'tt even come into town any more because union shop issue and the Taft- Cdali 0 t e, o e nower thnunderand my- Theme two gentlemen got to get 6 lot lower
: gthey know they'll be Ignored. oeensaeen the owe thun a ay Thesee two etlem gt teet a l otIlowr
Hartley law as a whole.,04ratM DIAIke hall Oughkt o. and dirtier before ua commonM Cuddle up to
That's a dirty shame. How narrow-minded can the boys- Hartley law as a whole a rat t Ike had ought and or e r s
The servicemen aren't all bad. A lot of guys wouldn't lgo M tof t Neither Te uoneto tr od p tae ad
and Te aeen parents-g bad. A lot of guys wouldn't o2 Most of these employers are kne of them o oysh been using got to play tlud _1k They got
down into Panami if they had a girl to see in the Canal Zone probably Reaublle t, so this any knees and eye- uSing anyhow, and it was to r damn _an mt I a
Another point I'd like to bring up is that a lot of these GOPtae wHlhear hatelrrlaw just the other day untrose enoh to sound the and cMw e tioW
American girls have fathers who were veterans. Have these votes in the woltleal wl like he was a mite ad at the ashin t with iat .
fathers no pride in the uniformn they once wore, or their fellow- Whether it will teh lea ifsy. m g I..I We te 1 'the Oll n 0 -
Ameridans who are wearing that uniform now? rank-and-file union 'shat finally c l with a rlte fitbi'c' aina. whgaon t otf W R
And another point.-When the .Pittsburgh task group was votes stomethnlag else a .' fair-el4I_. ... t]..9, N ei
here with the midshipmen aboard. a lot of these same parents for f
gave permission for their daughters to go over to the Atlantic The plans for the Repu s e y o -
,side. campaign for the labor 4i o
b a The only difference between the middles and our G..'s is Tow in the bands t OPf oe e me to tress
:their uniform. But Canal Zone parents don't think so. Why? tfual haiman Arthx a e. dar et $ e de
Sincerity. merfield. No decision has been We ot these two f ne- 1 genta running up wirth. the b ell
made on who wil hlotd the' who ofce -a woneo b 'ea s I-an rInlte rt- gfli. Or,Jetla tl tim a .
Sir :C.Z. SCHOOL FOOTBALL AFL Carpenters did Itted even ifm draft him make ease.
I read the letter "Let the Boys Play the Game." b Ex-B At mo hdar but somehow they both Dolit ied t heir wayo nto A baseball af r At f u hMe W
Student thMhaox, Sept. 6) and I think he was hitting the the camp for thd labor vote d until Ike up a little dc the ome bum hits ne out..
zotaW l on the head. the lobs.blednized pan a n- orIfamoustthankeINt. Iswts j:
I think over-enforcement of rules by an official at a foot- s already gansed an on. It I cormpone ouns to i ays in tt e ter theWhe
ne from the contest and makes ole think the official wants ore s ,nt of the Brotherhood Ti s Se1s h bp14 '- 'ow aboutitltat. Whyhdatel
the fans' attention and the heck with how they are enjoying Raly Clerks, and Oliverd wih the. W "ve with d a_ how about ht"Itt n ..g i
the f ame. who formerly worked with the alw e bek eaa 'wrong, son? -
S We are all cognizant of an official's duty-mainly to keen late Sidney Hllman in PAC. un k maybe he Is ca g for an alle Why don't one of thene t. l
the game running as smoothly and efficiently as possible. If a opr like "'he Medium-aRa Cocktail vent something like TH'
this were done I'm sure there would be more exciting games Harrison Is expected to do a "if that Is what I got in mind that Olan- into the files and chew on' & II,
and fewer of the uncalled-for penalties that seem to have been better job of this than he did as Carl lot wrote, or eIds i Or a televi- sion of Winston ChurchUll Mtomed
plagluin the high school's contests for the past three years. abor's representative on C. E. aion career on one of"-m snMm Ibis.. boy The Cigar was the best t li f I
It is wood to do one's best when officiating a game. but `Wils1ti' Office of r ,fense-Mobil- coUt e4 be the CftssPam ua.*Mginneow time, and Roosevelt's ghosts .w
when dealing in a game which involves a lot of body contat matice staff. At ODM. garrison it hf plays his cards tfuL either. They could turn a puM
sad aggressiveness. as is the case In football. one should not be took his oath of office and neVer A uw's ear any eld day, whtbeh y in
so precise that It actually eliminates the rock-'em sock-'em type thereafter reported for work. eAnd Ik he was IO1 mW t what I mean. Reverse 'em, boys. Tu W
of play for whlc the fan attends. be ala IIabaat to nafl a. .4e y aet around. .tNA
Some officials try to let the fans know they have a better At Democratle headguaeL knowI abOut that, ad sitt Thse boys ain't gonna get nowbeo I "lit ii
than average knowledge of the gIzame and try to make an ImS the a nome false modesty abIot no Mt loud. ta a ? I Us as lon as they keep giving us the literate d a
Spression by calling so many penalties that a fan actually has seeepi g MSupport from any ie- I andtold i these genterbtoe and l a-outlk-
no more interest in the contest. wel of the labor movement u ms u farl yfcanu Like a genius named Clutch Thrasher
A few boys show promise of becoming better-than-average a Inetatlasal offer mabytec others da .tevensn'e the.amycT an in
performers if they are not hampered by constant calling back Watgte lebbyslts, orgak- "A atin' man is an abm e -l to .se the word 'llw n -
of plays. ea, leed oei or rask-and- fore the & M," Grandpa used to y. .R I" trial acceptance s WEftabout th t9
This calling back of plays makes a potentially great player MThe ..tmiue platfem I
lose that extra drive and aggressiveness and become just an thge a re appe f
average footballer who may as well be home studying.
I believe the officials picked for the bigger high schools in fI
the States are much more open-minded on penalties and as aa A union labor move- 1 'Nw Va
sometimes mY: "The men are separated from the boys." That's Inen S .eeWt there is no oe .n
'o--ob--" fml Isonen thed pL. of -'4.
The goad offod ial in football Is one who runs the Rame in sltso1.L- 1
: a moot~ manner so as not to let the fan know he is any- to Mine Wher 5fl5 tl s up LOW TTAN Press Release: *"The hatcheS **h]
form. not the officials. Its very oaidonoe. But ye e wagig baa.h-. e- a-_ wid caught saying more than'Oo o
I have respect for all the officials thAt Ret out to do the "The nfl and women of the To bir my plant a te m l. Inatron will be boune.."
beat they can. showing no partiality, because 't is a trying lob ranks of lator cry aloud for uni- .. A Likely Story.
o8w one whleh mostly is a thankless task. "Kill that bum," Is ty," says Lewis "The m tacle of You walk ba ut as a guet, "* *
Wit such gusto that one sometline wonder If the the segmentP ef e dr And get gm ad Feodanhsr;rn,
S, n elo#nyir I wersonally believe hat oeffels can be Mhre Mieo reat mey ti.-..ha[ wsw hower. Winchell and other e..
4Sackhbetter brand of football in the Zone. A r- those who would t' nd es"". a d -o s; o
nleasofiagahflbs'sba The YTOU-Al Amer Btcats h
n a. raabu a s 1the m m ba bowad tlh --t mod e i et *-
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9~31ws elbor' res r !5 perpsold Rigte oust Inden at~n Iuty wasr hitupfo
pnl poti sgewress The Racism N oseterandce sij <*fsKr it.hemal-Ae dgs.-w in.i
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rgo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Depari
ing & Airline News
p'ech Crews Swapped Orancolmobiana., A., and
o MpJlbaN Sunday Manager of the Barran4quilla
S complete si tch In the office, arrived in Panama late
epws of two rreneh Lune sister last week by air.
flIps was mpde in Balboa Sun- Dr. Diaz and Mendoza are in
Odp. This was to enable the Panama for business conference
a ,w of the vessel Le Hague to with R. H. Wilson, Manager of
return to Prance on leave Le Wilford & McKay, Inc., local
i Mage had arrived here last Agents for Flota Hercanre
?rtday and left ,esterdav far OGancolombiana, 8. A.
S anu mranctlao. with the crew ol I Dr. Diaz is a former Cabinet
S other vesel. Le Coubre Minister in Colombia.
I e Le Couibre Is returning to
Frt nee after having been In Purchasing Agent
T ohe sister hip.. ore" both ol Of Panamo Canal
sbout 8060 gross tons s 0
S. .oTaamanca Due Arrived Today
in Crtebal Esterda. I --
There are 42 cruise passen-' Vincent J. Clarke, purchasing
gers aboard the S S. Talamanca agent for StAtel purcbaes in the
Mhich k scheduled to dock at New York offle of the Panama
Cristobal atturda%. One couple. 'canal Company, Is arriving to
S 4p and ..is Th.m.nas W. Dunn. 'day aboard the 88 Crtistobal of
',o're slated to leave the ship at 'the Panama Line.
Cristobal Clarke was general manager ol
The nrIUIre pa-e1igeLr will tc Commissary Division irom
spend SaaUiura in Cri tobal. ;Sept. 1947 until Qct. 1950, .hen
and Bundav in Panama before he was transferred to the New
resuming their Caribbean cIuise ,York office to succeed W R. Ly-
which takes %th" ,o Cartagena, on as head of the purchasing de-
and Banta Mlaria apartment of the then Panama
The United Fruit Company Railroad.
&S, is on a 14-day cruise from It is not known at Balboa:
New York. heightss how long Clarke would
remain on the Isthmus.
anitff's Washington -- --_-_-
Traffic Manager Here
Stephen Olds. Braniff's traffic
manager In Washington, arrived CIVIC Council
here from Lima with his wife
yesterday.-The Olds, are sched- Meets Tomorrow
*el to return to Washington to- !
fI ht. At Balboa Heights
'*QsaneBlemrbiea" Fleel The regular monthly meeting
Offie CoereAwe of the Pacific Civic Council will
FoDr. Alvaro Diaz S.. General held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m., in
D.alager of lota Mercante the board room of the Adminls-
Ma ager of Flora Mercante tration Building.
Revision of the constitution.
ttTw a J3 and by-laws and plans for an-,
nual elections will be on the a-
genda. Visitors are welcome. I
t Steward's Council
I L Meeting Thursday
SSI The regular Stewards Council
meeting will be held at the Cris-
Sobsl Local Office on Thiursday
Matters of vital importance
1are on the agenda to be dis-
EAST ASIATIC COMPANY
SAILING SEPTEMBER 12TH.
Accepting passengers and cargo for
Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland
C. B. Fenton & Company, Inc.
Pacific Terminal Building
STelephones: Crlst6bal 1781s- Balboa 1065.
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114 aBla'wats precautions
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SIStalh"n city OAfittn river
17 Tst (rr.) IuIruest
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20 Age I Larlman
21 Hebrew mountain
asmetics i Crowded
28 Eaten away habitation
26 Type of whale 21Compound
W0 Oxidation ethers
31 Electrical uilt32Candiesend
32 Ireland pastries
33 Small island
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41 Reply (ab.)
45 Priority -
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34 arbriy itate
67 Bridal paths
A2 New star
47 Sea eags
49 Fruit drink
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FAST FREIIIT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "CUZCO".................................... Sept. 31
M.V. "'tAMANCO". .................... ........Oct. 4
M.V. "BMINA DEL PACIFICOW ...... .._...........Oct.
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All Salllni Subject to Chaomirlat Noteie.
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our Agents or our Offices lu No. 57 *"' S" re Pdanas
No. 12,179 Crentral Ave. Colon
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r4 Tivoll Ave -Phone 2-2291. and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Salon de Belleza Americae
#56 Weit 12th Street
Carlton De rg et.
10.0509 MaleAde Anr.-rPhone M 6W
Agenda laternacional de Publicaciones Propaganla, A.
#3 Lottery Planz Phone 3-31 "'H" 8StreetjMnow m UMonte *
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S .,.COLP'N MOTORS INC.
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It MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE RISORTS COMMIRCALU bvi ,ry,,,m
; s o,.u ha. drinking pre h lm-i Houelmild Aurtom ha n hile r t, com PRDAFMV l a r bett*; *so'.
Wt.i Alceh*hc Anonymous. FOR SALE:-Porcelain refrigerator. Service Personneland Chilian d. M ilby --on It i
| -- i arang-to 25 cycle, 8 cu. ft. Frigidaire Govemrrmet Employ Dopm. Tivoli Avenue a -7 P-oteCt yout tin ut Stevenson i d4d
C': TOtS-DENTISTS. We arrange to Storage shelves and cabinets. Step mest al 0170, Panama. i thadf at developing public p
our cho ce clinic or o fic. well ladder 5472 Diablo. 2-3123. Gvernmen E Finance C r. the d
Sd-dE IRaIP OF YOURddnd ends. 2047-B, Third St EN NoA iatbmeh.et Nwi-
A Jngte FO5uLt:Aru the PAN- d FOR SALE'-GServel Refrerforr, SALE: Used res. passenger 38 Older t S t Note t eseaW" d tdlt
; p -10 AL. B tr o ,ciu ColoN SuN- vcyce. o Sloe Nod Te. 2. S commercial at Agentcas Cosmos, Clort Box 4- -l. rcte ole f td Oie., a-ereher-
.t rJngle:ic.wdwJ acun g savingdc fai re he-r.iei -edGthea
Bh1450.one PAuomoi Row7No. 29ine '- 1. 30% to 40% ohe 1e than American press tle
LA and PURTO BELLO! phone Panama 2.4721. Cosin nta Clara. Dance Itn any other screen political oppos-
r of the year SALE:Phco reytable and 6 caR S fr gerator S, s lr eNo e ath- teth
:-16 2- .t 3 -4-5 cleo freeze, 9. n cubicfeet 60 FOR SALE.0 -1949 Fraozer. Excellent CEVahoAces. No reAIB E- Canr be re-ITh t is he-
r -21 conditiono 6 tires. 5 ew white c1eay, Seturday and Suny i m.' re nd ra- the
Kd a:cd red by Iotrl El Peard ma2 c7cle One year old Good condo i w -- aeies. 0PhlaR nt A tM i t hathe wasA"t rave- bIfe he x
0' : a' RIra es Pier 17, E alboo onr Phone L6-217E a 1 950 evro e 3-3 S O NS 3.3 orE4 pound WOW .ma |d veK wht he re- The
t*ar A Cng 6i au to uie P FOR SALE-9 cu. irel. Westinghouse etl, 2 S E d cntir sn f e ctt s th developments nof candidate l t a a
9' A A. CO'On 'S rargcA s .Cl.b 3N efrgerfror tVere ood.condition FOR SALE: Lore 49 Buick Supa r LSSONS-. 0n ng classes illibe keeping jo. P ress in a two party out" the
SS a L r L Phone Rousseau. 3 .6 Dynaflo -door, 23.500 mil.te s.i Wednesday, Sept. 10o t p. 4. Frame never Ite4 r t, A erorp and whi f I
Lee i Colon 9 30 P t er FPSn Radio. heater Bi-roster one ft C owner ivic Center, Gambora .nVisitDn needs pain othe acrsos said in Portland tal and dr*
-0 O and FOR SALE: -Guaranteed used refrO- asking $1,500. Phone 3-288 intelNme. Ann Lattin.s Screen t l el ~ ed a tb thtedly fe p da dif- in anht
P" -o B 6* ra. n ng Ceron Sun-bE r gera ors and sy ovesa o G ood shape. 2on d. St. M or arieta. 8020-A. fmet A ntF rotr n d S c. pace d 1 n a G s s n t l. St tha he w as '-rer If he ke
Pu to aBc l neaeFigC r 7, En lfaan t- Knne F Tlehonne-2 wal l a ll a e e $950. Pooa
: ern om n. Low prices len erce Shop, No FOR SALE: Kaiser e do 9 Admits More ABuid r msR t ee. k p JWeonbM ra the b pdat oe" th ine t he
Le .- Strangers Club. Colon m on 28th St-. l__ o aike new good condition. Price I. I n nominee, Wh f he ment.
S., p J 6 ba 3 FOR SALE:--Iron.nge mchie, arost s95.00 E, enmon C Arros Us endos t ema llotr GEO. F. NOW INC.n e ttet general. tn respon se toat, i
It h ACtly o Br bro. n: v. A9y West il-h Srreer No Ave. Perit No. 8. Tel. 2-4516. 3 aIl*, howevnerthao B rpaen-ton on civil n ti r
S8: o San E-ao r:tu-n to Cooon 13 From a2 30 30 p. m. ALAMBRA A ARTMENT& 29 eat &ft s .t paddlede with 1 "fret- believe the uf teon to
SFo FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet Coup. Two and five room furnished Ind Tel. 3410 tLs sld divided" par- the Federal eovern
Frc 'Co:n to Son B'a end return FOR SALE--Dein.ng set kchen table, Perfect mechanic condition, new unfurnished apartments; private s' _oast of I energy b thrown biblind ef ap-
S ch.ngroom set. rad,.. many house- lres Price B.1.195. Eisenman closed gardens. 8061. 10th Strlet, -UMu erimmft sune all citil nt the cot
Thru Canal only ictl.rrr was I S10 00 hold items. 54 New Cristobal, 3rd Carros tUsados, Ave. Peru No. 8, New Cristobol. Telephone Colon PANAMA aa0 ,ta o lot Se d I. o nrantea O fot it i
Mc-it catered by Hcai El Panama Streer. Tel 3-1881 Tel. 2-4516. 1386. NC Pwith stat Ofti of equ opportunity.
Br.-g lcks. s. o is.. bthiing SLit. FOR SALE: Bleached mahogany FO SALE:-1949 Ford- Custom, 2 OR RENT:-Small furnished EllAt.,, the c-, the Elallro eowr e the h
. "' -n spe for unde-waten bed.oom set. iedgewood f ga oor sedan. Price B.800.00. Fin- ment. For information coll rin Ie. rhoo, e a of far sta .pt e i i lr & -S6
S.. Ig I la'..t or heater, and rcnge. Kenmore woaher. Telephone ancina available See Agencies Ro- are 3-1118. oL I io d bi ophi w hiL e
spiears for Ln erwaler f,.hingi. light Panama 3-4250. binso. No. 27 Automobile Row Ann CA.. supportinghicsdentialnoi
S. E- .-t cler. cnd DON'T FOR- or Telephone 2-4555.e to-OE Ts t epub in a -o a
S G-T YOUR CAP'ERA AND ROLLS FC SALE Thor semi-automatic a t:llet e rf I Oft* ne-Idt
SC COLOR FILM. cothes. dish washer, 60 cycle. FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet, 4 door R T. 3-4719 a, a l
P;F::e make reservot on r carIv Best ofer. Balboa 2-2635, or wll sedan. good londiton. Price $700. Nn -Pa s Ifttift a. an piniad t
through your Travel Agent, o buy 25 cycle motor. 00 Financing available. SeeAgen- FOR RENT:- Furnid rao to l ". _. ttis w 1b#t N arriedhereastou.tslea-
ph ne Jungle Jim at Panama 3- FCR SALE -Refrigerator $125. 25po i Rowior e ho. 2- 45olble t. r o Lefe- mon *a Mg B tovote- a -ft he toote of the Sa what
e16 a2 2.0. 2.51 cce. 9 ft. Westinghouse all Row or telephone 2 4555- e No. 32, Parqu kefevre. f s.be ied he 3 Pde a number of.
N. LCW FArS. CHEDUE loin. t i 2 rs. old. Reed 562 3- r K ALia FOR RENm T:- FurniS.d eam to a l la t w a. .
,* "VICE on. way TO MIAMI.. D Heckcr Place. Diablo 2-4281. r O leti SALt itn tll phobiaaw)h Its EXCleeA. Slg e.I*
Real. branch 1 NAliel-low. 4n WC eselst Ingt si a..milh xdRferl th GSli._IX
L _lYAQUIL.. $7500.. QUITO FCI SALE- 2 R:atton chair. one- R E ndt a3-6o n. i aOen ia Seattle [at pi aid: I am ca ed the e
.s"6.00. Via AREA.... "The co. ee table, one foot-stool, excel- FOR SALE:-E-ach cottage, 2 bed- FOR RENT al .l-,t ,blow endorsementt f at as -muh e tme to 3 get. d of
S cuoe at the Good Neighbor" len, condition. Reasonable price, room with 3409 meters land, fur- t ai irty pi llo hS' ra le sobap l
BOEING 4-engine planes-ROUND call Tel 3-2913 nished. ideal country retreat, 10- Houos eg gbmuhtlefn -an- u h
TRIP TO MIAMI.. 5 12 0..a60 .Aa cated 3 miles beyond San Corkios t o m W casthelg hwe. ,, L&W
RNEW YORK ..$202 30.. GUA-0 R..E -- at "Playa Grande," private power FOR RENT: New chaet 4 cd- u' Tt ;s S "t L. -thAaln M"bna"
i AQUIL $15 00..QUITO .... bridge lamp, tablebo garden tool supply ar water. Call Mr. Ste- rooms, maid's room, garden, First t
4' .160. .For rrore deTis o.see s .- books, Mi ctems. Curun- phens4 Corozal 3130 during work- Avenue No. 6. San Fran ciso i s p n ig, t .ir i swap
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE.. -- V ing hours Or call at Qtrs. 2027-B W andrt a me
j ;o.te Ancon Beustop.? Tele. FC' SALE-Buitns for kitchen of Curundu for information. FOR Tf ..*
i hbone. 2-1655. 12 family quarters removable. FOR SALE:-At St. Petersiburg1 I11lo-6111 SKM ft
.. -- --K E -c-g;7,cI OC nnetn Blinds. Westinghouse 9 tai "!. -- .,:
.-r WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic. nedo: Neo w 2-bedroom maoMy, e
: \ F S LE : -O n d ou le barrelC u. Ft. Refrigera tor. W ood fence p ol t c^h a*l h FO R E T N O IBi '
S Estudiante Street Np. 140 between for 12 family garage. Quar terms carporelectric kitohe, iloe hoes. FOR hENT7 d o-e r, -o
J" and "K" Street. Phone 2- 5765-L. Telephone Bboa 2- cr, landscaped. ntly 700 cool
34. 79. Telephone Balboa 2- Picture, and details, Balboa 2. buildlpg n A atabile ftw, prH-
FOROSALE FORon eO Na No. 31,telaphone2.-33o30 a n 1.a
SF O e ke rg aSALE:-Lot 5,000 meters O sL by bi L
ft'frll Transsthmian Highway, 30 me- FOR .SALE: by cwetttlve bid: I
iadiorrogram ters front to road, Creek, 14 miles kwstaurant and Fountain .equwp- *. -- l~..e p"-Tkh aT. Mi b it t H
FOR SALE:-We have a few Thor from Panama City. 2 minutes after Ment: For further information call n. I s bs pnted out
S eLas Cumbres. Call phone 3-0750, at Navy Exchange Office, build. e .1u tth g as potent toerA ,
ducd prices. Mueblwshera Casa Spar- oUi Commay Station Panama, price $1.500.00. ing No. 24, Naval Station, Rod- .-A-1 "- the W b a I w h o 1 nhower i
ton. Central 223. Tel. 2-4591. FOR SALE:-1 lot at Pueblo Nuev"mn. Telephone 3339., bult th t*h Ppub ln
O. OR SALE:-Do not pay more than. 85 per meter. Owner leaving on I t .
.--Ga-rrab 3-speed automatic record- 2.50 per meter, 913 meters $1.75 *I & t -n in i-.
changer, 25 or 60 cycles. at Coas Wiet 100.000 People A per meter. M. Hall, Este Bis 24th' ., bIflil
. o House No. 1. Dunn Barber FOR 21 ft. yugoe with HOLDn EXCHAl. ntaft
branch ,at No. 56 B Avenue, Pan- Presents Shop. e.-t- boom, and oars. $40.00. VaORa e 'W.hen we Inat In urW
ma. Phyi 83-6167. 1N PAXAMA. that moret thau pb" f he said.
v FC SALE:-Atte-ition watchmakers. WANTED FOR SALE:-Mine Yowl 26 ft., ea- b.th NMw agi lvs,,we l l ,,entga din
Com.-plete watchmakers outfit, tools Today, Tuesday, sept. 9 callerit condition, Marine Gray fOf toe b weat il le lh
and material, Watchmaster, clean- P a r. First offer over 1,350 gets t l heirs Will P frOM lag ea
Ing machine, complete assortment It. Calf 2-1214 after 4:00 p. m. u *m. A
i r -g machine, complete rsertment 330-Music for Tuesday Servvsce man and wife desire 3 or FOR SAEI-- H.P. Ball 1Bearin11_
Ctrs. 2047-B Third St.. Curuncu, 4:00-FADS AND FSHIONtS- 4 room furnished apartment In 25 cycle, 110-220 V, motor 16
C. Z.IFaithFste San Francisco or Bella Vista.Call H. c=al-110-220 V. Bother 560 t hSd h Wftm-
C.Z. a 4:30-What's Your Favorite S'Sgt Allen Wicklund at Albrook Phone ftlbot o 2-17.180." t
FOR SALE:-Complete Soda Foun- 5:30-News 86-4247, d.k
fain. Price very moderate and easy 5:35--Wh L's Your Favorite WANTED: Used poable electric'e to
-Stores Colon. r(contd WANTED: Used Portable electric.Hthe toy c "
Store, Colon. 6:01,-LINDA'S FIRST LOVE-. sewing machine. Call 5-585. HIers*"d ftr and Sil- -
F OR SALE:---Purebred boxer pup- Cla Alfaro S.A WAMiTED:-:Pupils 3 and 4 years old U WdIBoyc/. eldn.nm tr wa m a J
,I ,, female. Quarters 178, F. 6:15---South of the Border for Nursery School in A.. Ave rh : wln ust irea
Kobbe Phone 84-222). 6.30-IHawal Calls 00. e month. Call 5-585.$d1s (aft 9, Yea s 1111m it dint p taaim
FOR SALE. Champion sired AKCC 6:45-L el Tho ANCs- Position 7Offeed ,IANC-
weeks, Mrs. Duncan Constructors 7:15-MusIcal Interlude WANT1hD--Campetent Stenographer pon s rie, azard h "-
Area, Chrnndu. 2324 Curundu Dr.. 7:30-,MyU RIBBON SPORTS for English dictation. Must be Pan- foresel__as re eao f:asdad
phone 83-2110, between 2 & 4. REVILW amonlan and h4ve at least three In aIguhag the cae, e 9*QUrFDed. at 10 th -
FdR SALE:-One double barrel 12 7:45-Jam Session years experience. Write to "Apar- pointed ,the defendaat 'Iastmobrri m0ran uo fopi
gouge shot gun with leather case, a:00--ng Crosby Show todo'" 3.136, PanamA. from ud and honowa lie mhe rl. a.,
one Remington .22 Rifle with to- 8:30-Frankle Masters Enter- ---.- ---- Abajo which a cit in ktc nu r tooutside ofn
lephone sight, one 48 bass Ac- tains the Ity. ibwevfer De In ad kept Crying mU IAM a.
cordon. one large combination 8:46-Commentary 12 -Niews Castro nmie It a n on hm," over ll e a
r safe. Call Panama 2-3330. 9:00-Rhythm Rangers P.M gravatod case. *Lndr i t waasanagh' ve
FOR SALE-Dningrooset0-ino Playhouse i VOA) 1205-Lunchaon Music Hazard told ti court that ju"t m
FOR SALE--Dinirgroom set, kitchen 10:00-Dance Music 12:30--Popujj* Music store 1st was sht,* B
able'. livingroom set, 'radio, house- 10:15-Musical Iqzterlude I pul- r MusicoreOlswassh Rm
IOW items. 3rd. St. 54, New Cris- "10:20--Variety Bandbox BBC) 1 .00-N erut the gun S hi s b t .
wcool 3-1881. 11:00-The Owl'. Nest 1:45-f w Is Sleaw Whenthe b.m'mtafnm a oA_ 11.a.
FOR SALE- Livingroom *urn'ture Midnight-Sign Off z2:08-A the holnhm JemonOAI VAm
set $90.00. another one S5O.00L2:otinthebacptD.nce
Real bargain. Justo Arosemeno terpretit t w e ,ers
Avenue No. 88. Tomlnorow. Wednesday, Sept. 1 2:3O-Wgwma E fI. terhettas tlo f"e eiiiima'Uri I1FA
Hedlp Wanted 5:00-SignCOn Cl 99- c rdtelpt to wardN. ES ta a '.a.-
WANTED-Goad cook, with rcoi- 6:000-AlarN 3:30-at fai WUDW1y The Judgt1s de fldmm,
mendetian. good salary. Mustd 7:03--Mornif Saetleor 4a'fltAN ) '-5"5,..,n:an
ook banish Cale 50 No. 24. 1'30-Mstcahe Reveile 4:0-l y odh -
icon couple with child for house- 9:30---As I See It t.35% T~l" Ye1. u sa m n :
keepIng and cooking. referencess 0:o0--News s.ra si.
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BEAUTY QUEEN OF '53 Neva Jane Langley, 19-year-old
talented lovely who won the 1953 "Miss America" contest in
Atlantic City, N.J.. romps on the beach after winning the
coveted beauty title. The shapely lass from Florida, who en-
tered t~e national pageant as "Miss Georgia," wins a $5,000
scholarship. $4.000 In cash. and an automobile.
# Appkants Try
For 14 Apartments
'Thirty-eight applications were
received for the 14 masonry
ments at Diablo Heights
are being assigned well
th advance of their completion,
it was announced by the Hous-
e assignment of the new
gpt In advance of their com-
g i s a departure from the
= n ary practice and Is being
to permit assignees to
Into the quarters Imme-
W ly rather than wait for the
OteOessing of assignments which
~setimes requires several days
It Is expected that some of
We Diablo Heights quarters will
be ready for occupancy during
fn latter part of next month.
Applications for the new quar-
bera were received up to the
0 of business last Friday and
ents are expected to be
e within the next few days.
he length of service for the
plicants ranged from 13 to
Wednesday. Sept 10
.1M a. m. 1:48 a m.
*;17 p. m. 2:20 p. m.
Night School Opens
At La Boca Sep. 15
Registration for the first me-
mest.,r of the La Boca Occupa-
tional High School night school
classes will take place Thursday
from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
Courses offered are: beginners
and advanced bookkeeping, be-
ginners and advanced typewrit-
ing shorthand, business mathe-
matics, elementary mathematics,
elementary Englsh, business
English, beginners and advanced
dressmaking, tail or i n g, wood
shop, motor mechanics.
These and other classes can be
offered If at least 15 register for
tl'.i course No more than 20 stu-
dents can be accepted In the
dressmaking, tailoring or shop
Tuition is $4 per semester for
classes meeting two hours each
week. For classes meeting two
hours each night (tailoring,
dressmaking and shop) the tui-
tion is $8.
All classes meet Monday and
Thursday evenings. Reg ular
classes will begin on Monday,
Tuition Information may be ob-
tained at the office ? of the La Bo-
ca Occupational High School,
Coffee's Right-.Eve y time
ICED OR HOT NESCAFE IS READY INsTANTy.
Bmefu cl you ever erved! And so rres so rich m
sei4tiwed codee. Thrfty, too' 4.0o afr eius a! lAefT
mA rmpwemd wi eWdisry coffee!
"Ill"_ _. re'1qelasol muma a1= 1 aTh llus Camps"
'I. 'compoo f "-Iep-r -f per, m ,- 4
S"ANAKA, P.. TMUPaAt, *iTnEMb #.0
WASHINGTON, Sept. 9 (UP) Wb1 til the North Carolinian.
-Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R- ttiItWs4 open session Sept. 18.
N.Y., said today ousted assistant -old a House commit I
Atty. Gen. T. Lamar Caudle gave 4ttgating tax scandals
Congressional investigators evid- .I a7itsr that a number of I1
ence that White Hbuse officials called him about t
had tried to pressure him into .tv :a. but said none ever e
taking improper actions on tax m to do anything w.ong. "
cases. ue aid no White Haie-
Chairman Frank L. Chelf (D- 'v conferred with bai
Ky.) of a Houe judiciary sub- abo ander prosdcetton.
c o m ittee. disagreed sharply m Whte owe1 fet l0
however, with that version of -mt e pe on tax OcaeM,
Caudle's closed-door testimony. teefled them.
He said Caudle gave he Im Truman fired Caudle la
cation that at "p-e November for outside activities
came from President Tuan "incompatible" with his job aMi
or others in the White Rouse. the government's chief tax pro-
Chelf and Keating did agree sector.
that Caudle, former head of the 'that was just 18 days after
Justice Depkrtmnent's tax divi- non-smoking Mr. Truman sent
slon, testified he was under pres- Candle a "Dear Lamar" letter
sure from other government of- thanking him for a gift cigar. -
ficials. Including members of case.
Congress, to take actions he con- White House Press Secretay -
sidered "Improper." Joseph Short confirmed the subm
Chelf said Caudle gave the committee's disclosure that 1f.-.
subcommittee the names of per- Truman addressed such a letter
sons who put "pressure" on him. to Caudle.
but that they will not be mate Short said he did not klniW
what became of the cifaret asem
Sbuat presumed it was tucked awa
I AA C iM n ~with other presents since none o
Le s ( WW 10r. Truman's family amokes.
helf and Keating Id Caudl
I W testified that none of the press .
sure" brought on him ever suc--
C r They said be described It as
oMp v C V "UndueF a prtem ter o, alevie
.an ey*nd the eall of duty"
BBIRUT, Sept. 9 (UP) The a thad t it w bmeaght M
Lebanese government of Premier h thra pat
Sami Bey Es Solh resigned today rne eatNehaE itw*. T ey
In the fage-.of opposition cha e he reported that et of
that his regime was riddled I1 s aS s t w angh h
corruption and influence pe- mi k ogla t n es4w 9r s
dling. J st" by
The Premier had been expect- hel ,a81 i& o s own
ed to make one of two moves T Cane ne"v incietted at
when he went before parlitae &%.t me that the th dft *ver
this morning. Elthet he wM pt any preatre on 'him.
ask for a vote of confideOnce O At first Cbelf retu d to ._ty
his record or would demand a whether anyone elep at the
vote authorizing him new pew- White house might be Involved,
ers to govern by decree for six b iat Md there was no Indl-
mobthx. etft M wel'e.
rnsteau the Prulaer ,and his e ewite t bt tee Kelt-
cabinet resigned without asking inftJlected. will say
4-( uIEl#Vku ft.
for feter vote.
While the opposition can muas-
ter only 12 of the 27 Deputies in
parliament., it has taken fresh'
heart from the antl-oorf'ptlon
moves of Gen. Mohammed Na-
Euabolnted by Nagulb's suc-
cesses, the opposition staged a
meeting at Deir El Kamar last
month which was answered the
following week by large-scale
maneuvers by the Lebanese army
demonlxating Its loyalty to the
regime of President Sheikh Be-
chara el Ihoury.
Government leaders protested
4hat the meeting was "infla -
matory" and violated the cons-
tution, but on the advice of the
President and the Premier took
no action except to forbid uch
gatherings In the future.
An biMKa of pitaUnp
I ry ia lrcelito an
lah) r9 v w=ch opeW d ht
week at the "Ca= del P erdt"
in Panama Ctt, WSals til draw-
Ing the numbers of art lovers
iahibit consists of 188
seum In Panama City.
Brought to Panama by artis
Iamoel de Font and wiesman
Joe del Castilo, the exhibit
made poae tha gh
forte of BolMfacio ra Am
cultural director e pan b r
t Qovenmwo et and i am.
Hm mw poaumblem ,
* 0la, 4,MI ft
BRlaspt. 9 (UP). -.The
West government tbday
ordered a OBmunisnt-rmu chain
of coopmive stores in the
western hetora of the city to
The mnt@ was retaUl5t0
against lat week's conflscatlon
of Westea property In the Bo-
viet zone Of the city.
West Bela city officials id8
the Coam tt-operated Con-
sumers' o m :Ut1ve was given
court or WW o It I11 hop1
serving p West Ber i Co=n-
munlsts. *4 mao-prfIt bvaft.
No date u e.or te closing.
teo b i otetor cInad
the actft -.4 ea retaln-
tion &SFPl"lh a ekor se o.-
part of ,
the Soviet a
weekI al g
wre wahl at
4 4 .iaiiy ~st
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a' sse o f veBH too
ppdgirl so she left
150 I-igs, Get
9 htoge 10
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