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.

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
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haa.."n ae.e* L.Ma".e.l" pr1fu: :adh in a whefly af.l- work fr the Red Armies of North
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as oe ftuna ler MM, jt be Intpatlent if it dean't appear the Thoem millions are the luTck
tat dsv Lafanws are pbMlished la the order received. ones-though they live In boxeA, ry Mto kp tetter, IImited ,.to e-s hegl. outhouses 1 d even in theamt duo-
ldentity of letter wriNte.s held i. strictut es ee. out veins of ancient mines.
Th wpapeOumes spnsbly r ementm ep iles For the dwre wre oftheres who e

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n-wiTover 27,000,000 of them who

CZ VOTING were killed in rtots, tortured tsof Nor
Sir death oriexecuted blcause t.e iP
In reply to Boston T. Party (Mail Box, e mt. 1). and to an uethouses unreliablven in the duf
to the recent National Plarty Conventions held in Chicag o, t th e s Aof ancient minieually ha
written directly to the Natiponal eadquarters of both poasintial ielsetion o6aIrtwe thexl ectd "s
parties for lull formation in this matter, and that w erartionaof rei
publish their replies -o the local newspapers when we receive Th en7,000,000 of these a m who
r.uN were killed In riot. tortured to

Meanwhile we Bosthould like to explain to B.T.P. as well ands to holis an death or exudata of a revlcause theyon
other citizen here Wh wt vote, that there is little slowly and p uinrtakibgly comp
QUIrthat "the grevoat white fathconer in the Administratlone's Building" ed by my gentle and philosophy
us to cenat our ballot here. y Conventioheldn C hicago, the olre China a tally haague.

undEach of rsignthe 48 states has instruct own regtrhaeon and voting
requirement with which we a citienadquarts of those states, mult These are flr0 drippir u i
In the states of New York, New Hampahire and Missouri Commnallt peebHocati ons d
which B.T.P. mentioned specifically, the following is quoted from frn eyewltnetfi reports of the ..
"1052 Voting Information," a booklet prepared by the Armed League'. underground worker.
ores information and Education Division of the Department on the mainland, many en. These are the
ofter U. S. citizens here who want to vote, that there islittle Slowly and pains from the camps.

New The great whitestather In u required annually and p Ioopi-te
must be accomplished by all persons aS a pre-requante Tfor data are documented. The arm .
to voting. Unregistered members of the Armed Force. cam are ee China econs by
and their dependents may register by absentee process. Lu The firstwa thrown up by
Each other perona except members of the Armed Forces Mao T w1-tut la thewnur o .
r equirement e wi th w hich we, absentee ballot may be used T19boda, ll E ast China alone.
by allbefore thwe may persons who are properly regtered). re of the cities lon l
New Bamuphlie Once a voter's name has been darv in Oriental lore, there aIC
entered on the chek-ofNewt of the town city, or ward of 10,17,600 in the slave centers
place of re.T. dene, permanent registration is n effect. In the four provinces of this
h"1 eek-ists are maintained by the board of Supervisors region there now are precisely
of Check-List at place of residence. Members of the 964 such camps-and they pro. I Iii YrIi r9 ( lIT
Arme8 Foreas. "certain Merchant Marine personnel and duce on uch of the ma goods wh I many of
ofieens lae: will have their name entered auto- the left wing of the ritish Labor
Son the chek-list wherat n appli ation for ab- Party, heaven forgive my friends s
Sentee I s accepted by the Board of Armed Fors. Attee and Morrison, want for in-
All other must register n person with t Board international trade. in
of Supervisors at ace of residence. Absentee voting is Lu writes that these figures tell
permitted only in general Elections. the grim story only until May, NEW YORK-There are times when you fig- The arrogance of the opl6 who have slu- t
(N ote that again the absentee ballot may be used 1952. ure you are l n a sane society, and others ed th. phMoseo war busha.
by properly registered persons) who when you roder ly your wit are l Intact. The two ra kie loti of people ties ln l -
NeMiwr RegistratIeon, whete required, l a perma I beneve L. rIve traveled latest pubie announcement ofthere the mltay' sta
ent Members of d on the cheArmed orf thes voting an ", o wth him f Tard of 10,17,600n Times heuare mysterlo w center, ts blunder to perform, have They proote lives of ba
marked ballot is received by election ffcials. Every In the four provinces of this
caoae o t bi eoea remtai ned bynthre lktoatlof whis eict h there owanepesel

*ofoan et okst at plam r of th Aredeno e.MwO of the 94 such kamOw- U a nd they pro t te o, ae
Ame Pors f"certhisn Mercihant Marine ltyomn th," a t ndeuch of the iWa oods whele. ouncesthat gontounlehaockofre- b ted q ut

popiulaon 100 O i re. a registration l entered auto the left wing of the oritish Labor me
r caor ell very one t hee-ldint in either Jackson for tab- Party. heaven for ve my friend
SwLnt blot Is accepted by the Bion of registration places Tt ree and MorL son, want for in- b
* r oa pers mustv regtate pers wit h the Board terna to the tionaal traatee. i a
ola ond bo at paed bofy detigdtece. Absentee voting is Lu writes that these figures tell n
S yo InrGen e rleiEo lectiommsns. ao .r. the grim story only until May, NEW YORK-Thee are times hen you fig Thearrane of th opiWhoehave t-m
th anom mitt ee r rgeab oe Unitedot may te usetion 1952. ure you are CvinrIona sa Mtnesiety and others ed thits ,phe w *ve"olse*arh gl-

by properl regterepe to when you ref your warester in their to e twome states at o yveeeosf the major OdopplI. An- utWB who
If you can egist er by mall (and you can In some state I believe Lu. I've wotrveld ld atest Iih 1 of et ar, wement of the cpl e t time tmlt'se a
Dto eo now mb therfegetratmon date s are sv open Witheir hime t s to tell our tragedy smterir stdrint or not. tneyaveup th e.liv f esof b oWn70 P .lan.
It your home state is one which do as not accept Magtgot me w" Armuy lWn be a na W t too *1 ut
Symail, mae it a pointbec to register in ped rson automatically yowurnt Today on. omSa.- ., t cni.. a -' ...,..t L.u

S mare vot is information charts arelec posted In prominentvery toks t i the help rof the AnL's i -. ga sauat Ol i W't ll i n
IfU aole foaheir to fin d the anwerda to your queaton ttes Css aeter an ot e aa tce and 1u theol Th0ieStit g 0tL0 The 7 o on the o irnowhoiL &dB wam
e ore, a note to this committee will .so r ve prompt attention .l..din hand of its secmeta.y Jean k il thie ya th A m A pth tL
SaBid we hade be elad to furnish you with in ay current voi n- LoaeSots f .,om, a I r i to wblMa r SH a, they but tley w u
naton you may want. hn wo lasksfrom across the world can for lo wtoreseveoforeeswew P an to wle l
u heairman, ofu100t01ornooetunrdeisrrsitn hhree-rthe peerosthento-Hfllywhdisis. sh ads
m evei r y one ff rswi g i e their JacksmwSt. .r.d" ue hheftt--at. wen s em L
l o t en, As the loa CtionesregintratuostpliasisT ts, gbusi "on-s.

S on ______ nearby t, landowners, thmtelle- i. turn ose so d" h
t d .s newspaPe men. o .,da 'm t W e-r the militaalandI o.a i with It -

S: a Qmmd" tet Ae n Eatt es o and students who refuse o
*rima osiss Adice i t t oe "rardsof Direwors W the o- tt to0the waro0 n ts fiet6n
R dCoe the u tmhereforef urei those United s l itientnc In o hOu& 6and6oand

*bman b ta nd i traded wattc hin to l ctal-rate po ydt into slave *I
S Rauledus cftsent lobe. Pa them th e ismor somtte soalt a paipo th o thoaw ted beWINAf- 11 1--at y"itherIne s e- S
Suearld es tor teame It m h da Sntrae r tenow e he a l e& ait tha-i f w. Old "

faa Yhre atl lanrsbasn cas thegoys s thatolhye y whilldha out o mef pa It(

toi Perrel urea. We ouled at Oa e. l r lN thit-told
d o s unow if te regr atodtohes are sl-ropen.toheir W erte s enur .. l.
u.r: r homa e .sta t e ,.one y wo d ..o e noth ae p t i t- Ims- _o. _hg .UMbU a lumy S(at.mbe ..w. 0 ..-Vi o o._ w "

n nnes tat freeal bornne s. t.ttUnot-osheoet -mam t.. .",r ..

vhoteide I ama. hnycr s aae torn oetp omi ated hen. oter W a4 *- as at
their Inor and ICrstoba Commanahes.l hleilfonal FleerTwiUi 0 r10
% M t&n ote to e a nom m it e ie p rg a love prom pthattea ntonaa la s han dtofwItseaeIn- Iy : l4yI "04 In. _h.y,,+ ,- ",#AAIt
wol geo r h may want.same wo- asks'fromaacrossthemworlds l.' -for lftU1141of.._ lltenan to.ant_
; a a whereLth y belo. g: gsnettindersthetooi chimlldrena.out ,.fet ;,lee oill be
sC-cneseedndusirlallMd, bctl- m and WesrIndanaI OfnJohnE" s one.d

0) Investlate tae fantasticapersoonnel mrBureauWe alhe mil"WWt tk
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Weekly 8HalniS en Twelve Pmmefrfsm M h me Yto. Mobile.
CharI*Eon. L .Angela, Ua f mud seatte

We wish to announce a now pkI round trip rate of
279. forV ,ann ear" tyaniw ,.a ohu salln
wee fromBalboa to tL Al ffto San Aeralm
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runurnng frunom a Losan mited to
Crewmen On "Sun Europa" I Mrs. Wise and his parents. Mr. months, effective Septem r sm i MamUty 15th.
Returned for Emergency iand Mis. Edward Wise. Also a-
When Yasuo Nakamoto. a board the Cristobal will be an- TEfnh:
crewman on the fishing vessel other fairly large group of young
Sun Europa, received an emer- Canal Zonians en route to the
agency message that his father United States for college. CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-804 COLON n
died. the ship was fishing outside The advance passenger list fol-
of Panama Bay. lows:
Th,? Sun Europa's captain im- Mrs. Noemi Bricefto de Alfaro
mediately returned to Balboa to and daughter; Vilma A. Arose-
help Nakamoto arrange for airmnna; Clemente Aseron, Jr.: Mr.
transportation to San Diego. He and Mrs. Lewis F. Batchelor;
left the Isthmus yesterday. IMr. and Mrs. Paul Btdstrup; Miss T A mA SA
The fishing boat. with its crew Jacqueline Blau; Mrs. Mercedes p m
of 15. is being handled locally by Arosemena de Borrell; Mrs. De- EAST A IATIC tMM A II .
K. C. Worsley. Ila T. de Boyd and son: Miss Ca-
rol Brentner; Mr. and Mrs. Er-
Approval of Certificates for nest W. Brown and three chil- otofVUNd "Manchuria
3 Aarine Routes to Mexico dren.
Withdrawn by President Truman A N PTMR 1T
WASINGTON, Sept. 10 (UP) Bruce H. Carpenter, Jr.; Miss SALING SEPTEMBER 12TH.
-President Truman today with- Pamela Carpenter: Mrs. Eliza- Accepting pausSgers ald cargo for
drew the approval of three cer- beth A Carrlngton: Miss Mary Los Angeles, S Fancisco,
ficats for Eastern Airlines. Bra-! L Clark: Miss Dolores M. Cot-ge S Ftnd o Porand
nlff .d Western Arlines to fly ton: Miss Yolanda Diez; Mrs. a8ld Vaolanter.
rnotth. Mexico because the Ethel W. Dodson; George R.
lf ate Is unable to reach Downing; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
21 with Mexico. Emmar Mr. and Mrs. James D.
*Mollartand son; Max Fux.
He sm*'t is clear that as long Charles F. Gahegan: John C. & Cony, Inc.
as the. ire no inter-golvrn- Gill. Jr.; Miss Barbara Gulntel;
m entalair agreements with Mex- Eugenio Oyemant: Howard W. Penton odMing Pacific Terminal Building
ea. these inoperative certificates Hanners. Wade W. Harrell: Cristobtl Balboa
remain outstanding. Brack G. Hattl. r, Jr.: Mrs. Vida n... .
"A government other than our Henriquez and son; Miss Wilma T1 h own will have the sole voice as to Hidalgo: Mrs. Elizabeth M. Hoff-i B __
hItWh. U. and under what cir-'man: William I. Hollowell: Mr.
cuistances any, of these services and Mrs. Clarence D. Howell;
Tb Initiated." iMr. and Mrs. Willard W. Huff- C -._.__; ST h '
--fte Powldent ordered the man and daughter. i ilf Jea, la,
State Department to negotiate f, l fh t- #' hrm n n h
withjMexico for a "fair, equlta- William Jaffe; Norbert S. oeh a'-s*: 6a -' x rra*
ble d bi-lateral air transporta- Jones; William J. Joyce: Albert Miss Carol B. Sg -at' JAm
tltas enmnnt at an early date." J. Joyce: Thomas H. Kelley. Jr.: Sheridan; Miss 8 ary M. Sill; Ce
-e-- SMiss Janet Kimmel; Joseph Kro- etll lrVin Smith; Rogio avarro
IV Passenger Safling wak; Dr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Leat Smith Mr and M Albet. '1 '
.vtoy t New York and Miss Dolores Lowry... $
'T fy P rssengor are sailing Mr. and Mrs. diand R. Mae- Seffenson; Dr. I. Strumpl.
4 -ftdmy on the SO Cristobal of Vittle: James 0. Macoubray II; Neyle C. Theriault; Richard p
the Panmsa Line. according to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony C. Mage Teoedano; John Tyrwul and
tIll advance list received Tues- giorl; Robert F. Maloney: Mr. wife; Mr. and Mns. Walter M.
day at Balboa Heights The num- and Mrs. James A. Marchuck;: VtInt and five children; Mrs. -
bar es the lowest for several Josh Luis Marin; Wultam Muir, Jese .. Vett; Gem" C. WeIn-
wes..L Jr.; and Howard Munro. er; Mrs. Musa Welsh;
flthbound passengers include William A. Newman;. Mr. sad I Croltie M. Wcox and
Wise, Counsellor for the Mrs. Eugene Olive; Mr. and :te: Mr. and Mrs. Edward
States Embassy in Pana- Mrs. James H. P ina three Wi -;-Mr. and Mrs, Murray W.
Swho is leaving the di- children; Mr. and Pa4quale Wisel Jacobs Wolfe; and Witllis
service. With him are A. Petito; Ra L. Pinto; Hwatgms. .

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No. 12,179 Central Ave. --Colon

Lewis Service
*4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

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to t eve a Aking probl
Wdt* AliW t S A-ey-lU.
2051 Ances, C. Z.
one way $85, round trip $135
day-limit., $160. 'good one Nec
to LOS AMGELES, one way. $1
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limit Parorna Cspalch Set,
oppose Ancon bus stop Tel Pi
ama 2-1655.
AND ONLY $415!
A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the PA
' Lost two tours of the year -
Sept 19-20-21 Oct 3-4-
iSponjored b, Hotel El Panam
"Pescadora' leaves Pier 17, Buolb,
FriddN 6 a rm
Arrives Colon 'Strangers Club' 2
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Leaves Colon 9 30 p m for S
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Puerto Bello returning Colon Sur
doay aftliernoon.
Leaves Strongers Club Colon Mc
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through Canal io Balboa
Balboa to San Bias. return rto Col
$45 00.
From Colon to San Bias and rei.

$40 00
i' Thru Canal only either *cay $1001
Meols catered by Hotel El Panarn.
Bring slacks, shorts, bathing suit
(flippers and spears for underwote
fishing i light jacket or sweater. an,
spears for underwater fishing, liagh
jacket or sweater, and DON'T FOR-
Please make reservation, early
through your Travel Agent, cr
phcne Jungle Jim al Panama 3-
4- 1660.
S 7.00.. NEW YORK. .$10.00C
S.$86.00. Via AREA .. "'T he
Route of the Good Neighbor" -
BOEING 4-engine planes-ROUND
TRIP TO..MIAMI.. $120.60
S.NEW YORK $202 30.. GUA.
YAQUIL $135.00..QUITO ....

Sales de Belleza Americano
#55 West 12th Stret

Carlton Dmg Stere
10.00 MelMedes Av,-Phone M COft

Agencia Interaaciooal de PubHcaciones Propaganda, SA.
*3 Lottery Plaza Phaoe 1-31M "H" Street oeWr 8tudlante St
Phones 2-3014 sad a-298

Ier Household


-154 8u.. For more derails see -
Opposite Ancon Busslop. Tele-
phone.. 2-1655.
Dr. WENDEHAKKE Medical Clinic,
Estudonte Street No. 140 between
"J" and "K" Street. Phone 2-

FOR SALE:-We hove ao few Thor
25 cycle automatic washers at re-
duced prices. Mueblerwa Casa Spar.
ten. Central 223. Tel. 2-4591.
FOR SALE:-Do not pay more than
844.55 net. for your new RC-80
Gerab 3-speec oulomatic record-
cha er, 25 or 60 cycles, at Cosa
Sporton, Central 223 or at our
branch at No. 56. B Avenue, Pan-

# R SALE:-AttenTron watchmakers
Complete watchmakers outfit, tool
and material, Watchmaster, clean-
Ing machine. comoplEe assortmer.t
crystal, round and fanc. see ot
Qtrs 2047-B Third Sl., Curundu
C. 2.
FOR SALE: Champion sired AKC
registered Boxer Puppies, eight
week, Mrs. Duncan Constructors
Area. Chrnndu. 2324 Curundu Dr..
phone 83-2110, between 2 & 4
FOR SALE: by competitive bid.
Reulaurant and Fountain eqLiO-

meant. For further information call
at Navy Exchange Office, build-
ing No. 24. Naval Station, Rod-
man. Telephone 3339
FOR SALE.-One double barrel 12
gouge ihot gun with leather case
onm Remington .22 Rifle with Te-
tescowc sight, one 48 basF Ac-
cordson, one large combination
-elfe. Call Panama 2-3330.
'FOR SALE--Negatoves for -Xmas
Cards from your drowings FOTO
FL HALCON, front Hotel El Pan-
iama. Tel. 3-1179
FOR SALE.-One Emerson upright
piano, excellent tone Call Gam-
boa 423 after 4 .00 p m. House
FOR SALE 1947 Frazer Sedan.
good shape Also refrigerator"
House 215, Aar. 10. Gtur,.


- WANTED:-Two bedrooms, furnish-
-- d a Ortmert. residential section
1a airline representative. Call 2-
0670 PAA c.o Mr. HM. Martinez.

At-1.E GAMIN is a

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FOR SALE -5 piece bamboo living-
room furniture, table and 6 chairs.
floo- lamp, metal dresser, other
odd and ends. 2047-B, Third St
FOR SALE -PhiIco retrigerotor with
deep freeze, 9 I'4 cubc feel 60
cvcle. One year old. Good cond.-
rcn Phone 6-217.
FOR SALE:-Ironing machine, almost
new Apply West 16th Siredt No
"13 From 2 30 6 30 p m.
FOR SALE, Bleached mahogany
bedroom set. Wedgewood gas
range. Kenmore wa-her. Telephone
Panama 3-4260
FOR SALE -Refrigeratror 1i2, 25
cscle. 9 ft West.ngh:.u-e oil porce-
lin,. unit 2 yrs ldi Reed 5623-
D Hecker Place, 2-4281.
FOR SALE -Mahogany C-.inoa closer.1
bridge lamp, table, garden tools. I
hose books, Misc ternMS. Curun-
au Heighrs, 83-22:-4
FOR SALE -Buiniris l.: iIrchen of
12 farrmily quarers' removable
Venetian Blinds Wertin.ghouse 9
Cu. Ft. Refrigerator. Wood fence
for 12 family garage Quarter I
5765-L. Telephone Balboa 2-I
FOR SALE --Westingh.iuse Retr.ger-
aoor. 25 cycle. 9 Cu li Porcelain
inside and Out. Very go.)d cond-
tron. Quartermaster dining table

Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employem
Insist on
Government Enployes Finance Co.
When you finance your new
or used car.
No. 43 Autemobile ROw
Phone 3-4944 3-4985
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac convert-
ible coupe. yellow. excellent con-
dition, radio, other extras, this
car is e steel. oily $550.00 down
and its yours.
Your Friendly Ford Dealer
Colien Moters Inc.
On Automobile Row
Tel. 2-1033 2-1036
FOR SALE.-Used tires. passenger
& commercial at Agencias Cosmos,
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2-4721.
FOR SALE: 1951 Nash Rambler
convertible coupe light gray, radio
overdrive. white sidewell tires, low
mileage, this car is a reel bar-
gain. only $500.00 down and
drive it away.
Your Friendly Ford Dealer
Colpeal Motors Inc.
On Automobile Row
Tel. 2-1033 2-1036
FOR SALE:-1949 Frozer. Excellent
condlLon. 6 tires, 5 -ew white
holl, all accessories, $850. Phone
Pedro Miguel 4-576.

3 and rour chairs. vuarrermarte I FOR SALE: 1947 Pontiac li ht
S m-etal desk. Call 4-494 aiter 4 Fordor. new paint job, good there,
- p. m. House No. 299, Caimito Sr this car is very clean, only $295.-
S Pedrt Miguel. Canal Zone 00 down and drive it eway.
FOR SALE: Ga's stove. Ike new Your Friendly Ford Dealer
Perfe.:t condition. Owner leasing. Colpen Motors Inc.
s70Ci0 Tel 3-3335, "C' street On Automobile Row
No 5 .Tel. 2-1033 2-1036
FOR SALE -Zenith tble radio AC FOR SALE- Ford Custom 51 six
or D ssingle band 18 00. Also CI. Duty free. Call 3-3424, Pon-
ingle bed frome ond spring. Cur- a
Sr,er 167-A. Gamboa. Phone 6- m
-459 FOR SALE-1951 Studebeker Chem-
-e- -. I c -_. ----_ pion Club Ciepe, point like saw,
- FOR SALE' Norge refrigerator 9, ied Club Coe .int Ito Sew.
cu ft. 25 cycle, Porcelain,, besaul plastic mat
c;nd'l;n y :re arc covers, ely -$500.00 dawen and
Double bed Crb. House 5465-B. our friendly Ford Dealer
Drabo Hei --ghts. _oi, Motors Inc.
FOR SALE On Automobile Row
Fvl SALE WTel. 2-lOs 2-1434
Real Estate FOR SALE Kaiser Sedan 1947.
.-- like new, good condition. Price B.
FOR SALE -Bbach cottage, 2 bed- 595.00. Eisenmon Carros Usados.
.room with 3409 meters land, fur- Ave. Peru No. 8. Tel. 2-4516.
nished. Ideal country retreat. lo-
coted 3 miles beyond Sdh Carlos FOR SALE: 1949 Mrcury coupe
or "Playa Grande," private power light gray, overdrive, radol, good
supply an dwoter. Coll Mr. Ste- ti es. this car is a stel, only
phiens, Corozal 3130 during work- $465.00 down and drive it away.
v'g hours or call at Qtrs. 2027-B Your Friendly Ford Dealer
Curundu for information. OCs Molaers Inc.
i---.---------.*-.-_i On Automobile Row
Toll. 2-101 2-1056
Help Wanted -
l- FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet Coupe.
WANTED: A good cook. Must Perfect mechanical condition, new
bring good references. Ecuador tires. Price B.I.195. Eisenmon
Avenue No 6 Carros Usados, Ave. Peru No. 8.
WANTED:-Experienced eekn for 3 Tel. 2-4516.
weeks,. Pay 35.00. No. 3, 4th. FOR SAL: '46 Hudson, Ferdor.
______ pnt job, good tire -*Mies car
WANTED- Maid to live in Las giving away, only $170.
Cumbres 2 children housework, U d ib ts yours.
acloking and laundry. Apply dy Yer Friendly Ford Deelet
111 S m p r19 14th St. or call Colpn Moeters Inc.
95, Panama, upstairs. On Automobile ow
nom upsts.Tet. 2-1033 2-10N
Wm. Loehr Flaec FOR SALE:-.-1949 Ford Custom, 2
door sedn. Price B.800.00. Fin-
Conmnanderw Of m nCiravailable, See Agencias Ro-
,- binsMn, No. 27 Automobile Row
LWeion Post No.1or Tlhone 2-4555.
Members of Americla Leg-en 1949 L a e C -sumopamwl. a
Post No. 1 elected new itfcers at wsSi3 I new les eOW
their meeting held Wonday at Mvm 411 eke, rado1 i0"sL ,
the Post home at Fort Amador. S r dowo. Thi uir
William S. Loehr was elected b .. .
commander. Other officers elect- Your Prindly Ford D i er
ed were first vice commander. Colpls Mster inc.
Gale A O'Connell: second vice On Auhteubil Row
commander. H. P.. -Burchett; Tel. 2- 2-13
chaplain Harold J. Peterson. '-
FOR SALE:-1947 Clevrolet, 4 door
The finance office adjutant, sedan, good landition. Price $700.
sergeant-at-arms, judge advo- 00. Ainoening walloble. See Agen-"
cate, historian and service offt- ciss RobAhsan, No. Ausenoblle
wr, which areappoltive oftee. Row or plphone 2-455$.
will be named at a liter Aite. byp .m .
the Incoming commander. a 2 I
Executive committee embe -
tlected were: Arthur J. Ia nl Ll s
Prank W. Hohmann. mGeorge Yow s** e_
Fiest. Claude E. Campbell and
"Pat" Ryan Elected as alternate o #l. *-.
executive committee members O n a ms ..i
wvpre Allen C Sheppard, C Nor- --- '13-"" -i 2-181
imn lttiL. Roger H. Greene, OR SALE:-1941 Ford, 4 Dr. Se-
Flank Doruckle and Comrade dan. $350.00. May be tfnonced.
Calvert Call or see edley Lannon. ColeJ
Mar ano Areenmrni No. Tel
Several new members and We- Panama 2-3526.
statements were voted Into the iMgu ih Td
post by the m em bers. --" i b .... -"" ,
OuLgoing commander I. M. ps ,,, "d. *Fi% I..s
P.'nnet has set Friday. Oct.. 3, M 160- Mu'1'
the date for the Installatlm w d mEeitig,- ,,-* ",
new officers. tl M N /
co Ma, a.G

o loUger employed by l. Csn a...n f, .7%
Fad D er). We wi g 3-"t '' Ca un Tw-.

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gede eas ass.

Gramtch Santa-. Clar bach-
cottages. Electric Ice box@e, Ias
stovs, moderate rates. Tetiphne
6-441 Gamboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi-
Coano "Sonta Clara. Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservotionm i-
cepsary, Saturday and Sunday.
INJOY COOL weather In 0rSb
Comport. Water, gas, light_
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottagel. 11e
enly court in Sonta Clata with t
Oceonview from all cottage. SpS
to beach, Rock Gas. refrigeration.
barbecue and shuffle board. Pa'",
ama 3-1877. Margarita 3.4673i,
Box No. 435 Balboao.
Faster's cottages, completely furnish-
ed. Halt a mile beyond Santa Cla-
re. For information visit or phone
Dagmar. Tivoli Avenue No. 6. 2-
0170, Panama.
Houses on BEACH oat Santa Clara.
Phone SHRAPNEL Balboa 2810.
beautiful El Valle. Native El Valte
Music Saturday nighr.

FOR RENT: $80.00 a month,
4 bedroom chalet, 2 restrooms. No.I
15, 6th Street. Porque Lefevrw.
FOR RENT: New chalet,'4 bed-
rooms, maid's room, garden. First
Avenue No. 6. Son Francisco.

Two and five room furnished end
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT: Two bedroom oport-
ment, 61 Ricordo Mir6. Visto Her-
mosa. Cheap. $45.00. Tel. 2-2346
or 3-0338.

FOR RENT: Furnished room with
meals. No. 34, 45th Street 'No
34. Telephone 3-4625.

FOR RENT'--Office space approxi-
mately 700 square feet in cool
building on Automobile Row, pri-
vate entrance. Apply Fca. de la
Oso No. 31. telephone 2-3330.

Boats & Motors

FOR SALE: 21 ft. Cayuco with
mast, boom, and oars. $40.00.
Phone 83-6167.
FOR SALEt -Mine Yawl 26 ft., ex-
cellert condition. Marine Gray
Motor. RFir offer over $1,350 gets
it. CoNl 2-1214 after 4:00 p. m.
FOR SALE-i4 H P.- Ball Bearing
25 cycle 110-220 V. motor 1.z
H.P. TI -220 V. Both for $60.
Phone tboo 2-17 18.

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frk^ r ^dii^h r4^__ _^"

Careful driving and regular
overhaul help reduce acci-
dents. Amn wham the accident
rate is lpw, i murmnoe rates go
down. It'll to yar advatags
toedriw oefullyl It's also to
yaw advmatge t buy in-
maoses from an esabiw*d,
serviosmidued qm.;-. -r
prompt, thorough agency

(Fare B d New Yet)


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Protect yef btite trt
the daugerlf .mof ltefs
and file wit

Note these maw y w S woek
saving a advatAl--
1. 30% to 40% thaper than
any other s6rehe
2. Can be removed or re-
placed in a few aAends,
3. 3 or 4 pound weight make#
cleaning a llght house-
keeping lob.
4. Frame never rstas, rota or
needs painting.
5. Screen easily replaced at
fraction of usual cost.
G. Admits more air and light.
279 Central Ave
Tel. 32-414

Beotel tI Panami
SELLING: PanamA Dorntal
Products. PanamAi fi3agb
anen Co. andl PFrue
LHu (commiw and preo.
Tel. 3-4710 8-1WO

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V 6IT omi ow-moot
Amn se ggs
A^eeb*ff Aulemsi o
TO. 3-GI ca~tH>. n jISWM.

tnmpoetu Butt, S. A.
Shipping, moving, storage.
We paek and orate or move
an'yth. Phone 2.2461,
2-2562, Pana -

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z jm
I 12 and 2 p.m.
lS Ma day:8 12 noon.
a rePt= Le Tel. 3-1m
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mtet value In both
mew -md reoendltemed fr-
U IAtemobile R"
Tel. 8-4911

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Clock Club
7:80-3orning salon
68:15-Morning Varieties
& I-MusiCe Makers
SSt-Jerry n Sears Presents
0:16--Bacred Heart Program
9:320-As I ee it
10:05-Ol, the Record
11: 0-News
11:08-Off th Record (Contd)
11:30-Meet the Band
Noon-Newo -'
12:05-Luncheon Music
1:30-Popular Musico
1: 15-Persoballty Parade
1:45-Excursions In Belence
2:00-Call from tla Paul
2:15-Date for Dancing
2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-American Dtbut
2:15-The Little Show for Thursday
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I4:30-What's Your PaYWr
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7:;30-BLO RIBO iP6 R'lS
7:45-Jan m eion
8:00-Halls of Ivy (VOA)
8:30-Gay Niette8s
9:00---AmateUr Hodr
m :S0-Operia Concert (VOAY
10:00-Da- c Mur ic
o10: i-MusiWa Interlude
10:30.-Moobltght Mood
11:00-The Owlrs Mt
12:00-"ilO Off
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BBC-British Bro&dcatl4

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PUSAN. Sept. 10 (U8S8)-lTb
United states AmbassadOr te60
republic of KoreS, John J. Mile..
cio, left here terday for
new p with the Uatted fMtlU
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anie Stricken League '..

Yanks Lead By One Game; colon Ar .e

Dodgers NowFour On Top 'Old Timners' und
-... ..' I .r,
NEW YORK, Sept. 10.-(UP)--The Cleveland i ---
Indians climbed to within one game of the champion National League3 gam l sar w
New York Yankees when they defeated the Phila- TEAM Won Lost Pet. t n I .
idelphia Athletics 6-1 behind magnificent hurling by re k ... 6unday3 n hta
Early Wynn. It was Wynn's 20th victory, st. Louis ... .. .. 57 .54 ted, ner
Philadelphia 74 63 .540 --t et evens, brother
Meanwhile, the Yankees faltered and blowed Ciagphi ...... 74 l.48 e he ap.ta. t
a 5-4 decision t6 the Browns when Ray Scarbo.- cinnat...... 61 77 .442 edled to g 1
rough hit a batter iith the bases loaded in the it rgh ....... 10 te the twol l
Pittsburgh ...... 39 101 .279 ollns Panam04,
ninth forcing home the winning run. oDAY'S ;AMS an samee AN
Cleveland's win and New York's loss caused Chicago at Brooklyn (2) (T-N) I Ittel a t
panic in the league. t incinnatl at Boston (N). donatecers
oTh a cu wnPittsburgh at eeP u New York. t' o tm o-
.. The race was made even more St. Louis at Philadelphia (N). l the old time b ox
,_xcitin when the White Sox S i l a .
er 1 the i ventical score of 3-2. lurmp- N i ht Game will be called the
I Ina to third place ahead of the Chicago 000 500 011-7 11 1 Iirt 1d
Red Sox. Saul Rogovn won a 12- Brooklyn 000 000 100-1 7 2nd directed by
innina duel over Randy Gumpert Night Game l d.
S n the first game while Harry Hacker i13-7p and Atwell. illbeontrat-
Dorish edged rookie Mike For- Moore 11-31. Landrum. Branca old timers
S O '0 alneles in the nightcap, and Campanella. y- O.- ore- LIem
S A eo sep The Red Sox dropped to fourth man, m Young Pnaesro arl .id aN I
SCARUTHERSVinLE. Mo., a Sept place on losing to Detroit 4-3 In Pittsburgh 010 000 230-6 8 5 3bA ito" -
10 (UP)-A shivering Argentine eleven innings. Homers by Joe New York 610 040 00x-11 12 0 6a, S eedy
sWimmer was pulled out of the Ginsberg and Clif Mapes in the Hogue ,1-6,. Waugh. Bell, d Abad ,t aL
ississippi River yesterd nth.ave Art Houtteman his Kline. Main and McCullough, there l ter I aB
miles short of the 292-mile dist- eighth triumph against 17 set- Fitzgerald. bd 'esy
ane record he was trying to, backs. Connelly (5 Spencer and (N.A ioto), In20ath e .
break. There was as much. if not Connelly (5-0ars Spencer and GMAN KEEPS TITLE tnar Mulloy (right) ofami, sure to take the
Antonio Abertondo. 33.was more, panic for the National Fla.. and Frank Sedgma o Australia pose with the victory 1Mi*ai, 18 which th .r. -
auled out of the cold river League leading Dodgers who Twilight Game trohy prior to their finals m in the U.S. AhateurMe's i because Fe eo
"shivering like jelly" more than playing listlessly, dropped a~7-1 Cincinnati 000 00000o--0 3 0 Singles championship at Forest lla, N.Y. Retaining the title t aM mno longer ma 1116
IK 2 hours after he set out to break decision t0 the Cubs while the Boston 000 010 00x-1 6 0 he won last year. the Ausale star whipped the 31-year-old.
the record of 292 miles in 89 Giants topped the Pirates 11-6. Nuxhall (1-4) and Seminick. veteran in three straight sets, 6-1, 6-2, 6-3. !Z ; l P edro Teals willb5 n .h
hom tocdy 52 minutes. Brooklyn's loss and the Giants' Spahn (13-16) and Cooper. U stlover an ei ht u "
esoky Argelntine, with victory reduced the margin be- cot" trls, hin the inal
-vi Peron" emblazoned oo his tween the two teams to four Night Game 0i Ma C-, + 2 i tt',f
cap, had maintained a "super- gams.Cncinati 000 C'0 020--2 102 poU l 1
human pace of 60 strokes a Warren Hacker scattered seven Boston 000 00 000-0 4L 1takelsCngSs R an L doleg.utinVi a fo M o l(10T1A ,
minutesuntil he was takensa- hits for his 13th success against Perkowskio(12-8StandLand- tsoop k E" '
bod a yacht despite his pro seven losses and was deprived of r th. 8 OIr ds0 ths E n a
tests. he thisaftesnOsn in a g r
He covered 262.3 miles from S a shutout when Dodger catcher Surkont ,11-12), Chipman and y S wlS |top. O er '._
Loui,'where he started Satur- Roy Campanella blasted a hom- Burris. p a wl e the t a t'
doi s e ere er in the seventh Inning. .--, -- twef 56i t Amp vs. ON.rdo th I ^_mhN C U"
dy A who dated Bill Connelly racked up his Night Game LA BOCA SENIOS SO LL Harry Lashley was the choiceWI'. t ra
he fifth straight win for the Giants St Louis 0100005-7 9 1 EG o anaer Wllie eneau to thee fte
effots to the memory of the lae without a loss as he held the Philadelphia (30 0021020-4 9 2 Second Half Standn take over mo nd dute for Op- ehtss are featht-

vtfe of wA r ge nt e-aopPme 21ehin tat a entaeor mO morrois Afor O L-m Va we hght A8 hR "
Pe oArgntPinas Int iv ates to eight hits with' relief Miller, Yuhas 9-3, .Brecheen TEAM Won Let Pet. ties osa. The surprise move- Gnera ial it 4un wpyite IBoiH a
reIn other National League Simmons .114), Drews, Man- Agen a L am7 2 .77 former lown Prine of softball cents, ringside
doubleheaderrwithrBosoonnwin-rine.o6ft ll cents, ;n d:!
*r," he saidn through an nter- doubleheader with Boston win- Special Troops 6 .500 merits to defeat Balboa.
s thrh an morning the first 1-0 and Cincinnati T. twoEn.a
pre lr.n gthes t re C n S Lea e Spur Cola ..l..n.. 5 6 .455 Hilzinger went the ditlance for dtule. hba te.mpl" 'i." !
t-Abrtondo's legs were almost tho e second 2-0. Warren Spahn aeri Claudio Cedeiho .... 5 7 .417 Balboa, yielding but five h t
edhen his trainer. Car- and 15th Naval District 0 12 .000 while his mates shook Lashley
swho rode n. a rowboat respective winners TTEAMs n Lost Pet. ee out
the swimmer, ordered St. Louis d the Phillis New York.........3 57 .5. Remaining Games The, box score:
Iof the water. An AAU 7-4 to move fo within six-and- Cleveland ...... 1 5 0 Tomorrow: Agencla Lam vs. Optlo, snik AS R H .
idother witnesses who one-half games of the league Boston ........2 7 65 .526 Optlca Sosa. Griffith, 2b ..... 2 2 1 RIFL e bt t.
ri p with him said A- leading Dodgers ankp their Chicago.........73 65 .529 Monday: Balboa Maduritos vs. DeJanon, as.......4 2 2 CIRV IH .ut"-lit
t in had maintained a 00- mathematical chances al. Washington......72 6 .m14 Optics Sosa. Raveneau, 2 1 1rs
e- ae-minute pace almost ___- Philadeephia ... 71 63 1 Wednesday: Agehcia Lam vs. Puesey, rf ......3 1 1 i g th E SA orh' .-"
taly except for brief stops W St. Louis ....... 57 8 .410 Balboa Maduritas. A dr athwaltn, ef 3. 0 0 mt r oi"
saidotban Imajute astr n dHeTrot....nder.4 D 1c (7.336 Thursday: Spur Cola vs. Agen-slbtae re0
deri can tea. The astrokesTO DetroitA...h....abI46' .IabdaaI. nor ,ol a vlon- B
down the river at fourd rnto T at' 1AWo. c o OPrica0ee .... .. 30 0 02 Th rea p o ,-.
1kur, .astera most O Wngton pa Sm ,Balboa laW. av lou,.. o 0 0 em0 fle tto a t
huPhiladelphia at Cle d (N).asie Lafl4hleyw. 2 00 0 o nymt theyMa tes. al '.
has h ndlers also fed him "vit- onersAf., h New York at St. Lot. (N). Optica 0sa itook over first .e..__.....
which were believed to be Plivce c simt e osogha boote at Detroit. nplacein the finia m phalf-ei o the lO to s e ..24 6
of stimulan t, but the at o imet oseo- campaign ofthe La-Docasenirorc1l .. 2icle ,IncludoTheliCisuore:
ball tea of the Southern As- ESTERDAT ESULTS owtb League by downi al- lbdurte when the f tH five teams tn-
aamriversports- e1t0And", t101o00-N710eaer th ert
olttn, a g- e e saleNeoYork 020 101 000-4 o 0 ought contest. Ththasld,1.........3 0 1 Dlman the n wt M rrm
eAlOMgsId Tpame of the ason, they didn't t.Lous 200 0-9. ,,
uthwed '-ondetAr a couot on ms P..udd 202 000 001-5 9"1 -H. 1ale. if-cf......4 0 0'rsiet of the lve A
count o Tkbe tr.p, said Raschi, Sain, Kuzava, Scarbo- P. -le, It 4 0 prshideng-t o n, h s
oMetr ipbhid John 4 acehu-rough and Bermt. Cr e a ..hootingAssnatIonhasJ yesoO
-vote a beot of atiflssesn who watched d Littlefield (1-4) and ,
t! deas shivering alikeaJel- dy said that in nine Innings Se11r...... *. no t'
orai. e-he consumed 13 hot douNight Gameo. tiful Cervecerla Non
bis swim'earlier" he' would bottles of pop, eight snowballs, Piadelhia 000 001 000-&1 5 0 p5SIIwillbeoheld at rmipre on .T!i3 0, O. 1 02000 )
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o Sigmund, St. Louis but- nuts and three boxes of pop Shantz (22-7 and Astroth. A a uller 2Ingementhasbe
ai fmt the 292-mile record, ecrat. Wy 10hva 1R0A umaer, m .
e in Abertondo's miswor- Buddy said he ate supper at Wn (.and ep.l..u theane-,
lam. rad' o0home before he went to the Boston 000 000 200 01-3 9 0 Jerry Hghes turned in anL 80 Chere i.. t.. 0 0 ognition of this the CZSA ha ,-, .7.Aco

t have my name still at the to go from here Memphis and White. Amate Golf Chamin iot
qthe record books." Tenn.. then to New York and fi- Houtteman (8-17h and Gins- eTounam is being splayed, toATl..........31 4 wor' not.
do's entourage planned nally back to Argentina. berg. cop nedauist honors.A total of Sa By Innings
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H-Bomb Thought

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Memo Test


WASHINGTON, Sept. 10 iUPi' --e tnt pre p
--The Defense Department and I
Atomic Energy Commission an- IWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR
nomoced today a joint task force
wil conduct new atomic tests at
lilwetok Atoll in the Pacific
this autumn but did not disclose
whether an experimental H- f f
bi h will be exploded. Jop J A
The tests will be conducted by
Joint Tapk Force 132 under com-
oam f MJ., Oen. Percy W
t has been pre-
11;;ft1WttheO tests since last C flj y
ftse VMounement said only Ej 5
*g G a fst wil be "looking
toward the development of
aient e weapons." NEW YORK, Sept. 10 (UP) -
It gave no hint whether they.Staunch Republican foes of the
will include the projected hydro- Truman administration powered
gen bomb which-if perfected- their way to victory as returns
is expected to be as much as from eight state primary elec-
1.000 times more powerful than nons ware tabulated today.
the conventional A-bomb. The meet striking victory
The tests will be carried out in cameIn Wisconsin, wvhier
Sseerecy, with only official me in Wisconsin, whre
Governmental observers and Communist-baiting Sen. Joseph
members of the task force pre- McCarthy won renomination
sent and with waters for many over a liberal Republican op-
miles around the test site in a ponent.
"restricted" area. It was McCarthy's first test at
the polls since he began his
Formation of Task Force 132 charges of Communist Infiltra-
fas announced last Feb. 18. It Lion into government, and he
Includes personnel of the AEC, ,won it handily. His strongest op-
Army. Navy and Air Force. ponent. Leonard Schmitt. admit-
'Clarkson was deputy com- ted defeat with only about one-
mander of Task Force 3 which Id dof the states precincts
conducted tests at Eniwetok In third of the state's precincts
the Marshall Islands last year. unted. Colordo Utah ash
Construction, maintenance and Arizona, Colorado, Utah. Wash-
tnmprovmenit of facilities at nni- ington, Minnesota, New Hamp-
wtOt are performed by a civil- shire and Vermont also nomina-
an construction firm Holmes ted candidates yesterday for there
id NSrver of Los Angeles, under November general elections.
contract with the ARC. In all. 32 nominees for the Un-
. kpparently the new tests will ted States House of Representa-
be Wet pewrful-bk i more se- tives and six for the Senate were
- oeh.than the recent series at chosen in primaries yesterday.
athe Prebihman Fslat, Nev., Sen. Harry P. Cain Of W*sh- r
grounds, in which thrton and Sen. Arthur V. Wat-.
ae- rtltpated. kins of Utah were two other
Stwident Truman announced eritic of the admianlstion (
mift tha 18 months ago that wh M ledtw 1 asente by
,; would try to build an H- comortgA WAnrgbsC t
h epogress made has been ---s--- ..
d behind a security ban b
btome quarters feel certain
.te, 'w: pon will be fired in the
'he l-bomb would be so po-
tet tht it would take the A-
1 960 Origfer IL t 7; 1 13
ABC has tested 20 differ- t
out "devices" at the Nevada I. t
proving ground in its continuing d
inarch for Increainag the atomic a
w a's punch and usefulness. *q3 t
A .. atomic expert told the 1 One of life's Wtte is
Vsis ,recm,,try that, as of = o if ille e. r a I
s, t rstitem on the Wa 0 9a wfd enl S e2 for a it
4isage agenda" ia perfection pof now s1iand than be whIa
usayogoen super-bomb. if it hows. i*

S Specialists Make Survey

Of Cosfa Rica's Economy
w YORK. Sept. 10.-"The might make "better use C her
mldtdeveloped areas of the free resources," the Fund's report
swM are important sources says. "'he pattern of develop-
*ie which industrialized Unit- meant at the beglagWa would
O WStates and Western Europe be t 1) to produce cheaper food
am draw raw materials for of greater variety; (2) to sub-
pesent and future production," stitute domestically produced
report issued by the Twentieth food and manufactured articles
Century Fund here today, de- for those now Imported, in cases
dilens in calling attention to where e domestic production
opportunities In Costa Rica, could successfully compete with
typloel of other Latin American imports in price and quality;
countries, and (3) to expand the quantity
and variety of exports In order
Thp report. "Costa Rica: A to procure from abroad more of'
Study in Seonomic Develop- those essentials that Cost Rica
ment'" was prepared by a "team" could more advantageously buy
of United States specialists who than produce."
make suggestions for increasing The report praises the people
the productivity of agricultural of Costa Rica as "highl litter-
crope, the developments of light ate, devoted to democratic coa-
manintctures and other ways editions, and progressive in out-
In which Costa Ricans them- look" and stresses the advaat-
selves can increase their pror- ages to all free nations that will
perlty. The experts also In- come from assisting Costa RicaI
dictate how assistance under the and other friendly countries to
- American Point Four program increase their own economic
and from other sources might well-being.
*ad the process. After underlining the fact
Sndicating how Costa Rica that Costa Ripa's agricultural
problems are similar to tbi e
of neighborhood countries, the
C nada' s Own Fund's report strongly 7
i more modern and scl Z
WdieSutton' methos for increasing cr
yield. Corn is at present un-
Dep rtsn portant In the die et tsot
is relatively high asi itse s I
TORONTO, Ont. Sept. 10 low became of poor lOCA'tig
7 ogro-, Onut. Sept. 10 --, and inferior methods.
The governor, deputy: The report suggests -at dSI
an l were stusended tgda on the Atlantic aide could Mow
W the escape of Cana- p instead of the one acme a sa
tltie Suttor" and three edad of the one ntr ow nag-
'C tank-robbing -sis. bree ding and sf lte -a.
Ba Sension of the jail's T oeedln. nd eetloa a -.
i r W. Brand, was an- ties well adapted to the ObNgl.
Premier e aIle woanI ~ increase y l" .
I bt. after Toronto'sis li wae the e pets s y
eAllafter Lamport "sugar yields could als'
t1o suspend "-every greatlv Increased
ieW a ini the place production to cotal
Mlsm toepiuned up." Sinilar auggestim s are g
=l NIam Canada's for other major crops Th
brear, Walked out Dort stresses the expag ve
la ,g aleJack- Costa Rica's coffee
saj M _aa, no rela- "has the advantage i
ad SSteve u- mium market because Utke
Quality" and suggest
a a-foo-t- for Increasing e yl.

W.- SPO .

we know the gmt Rh mul te 8 wtR r

PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, 1sntmbs i al77 7

Adm in a
4mm/ns/r r/IftaBc

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successfull DoayA Pd
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Republicans swept into office much-sought 71.4 per cent st.
In Maine's "barometer" state nerd by Sen. Margaret Cwet
election but some leaders believed SnAth in 1948.
the victory margin forecast a Cov. P'Tderclk C. Payne, nGM
nip-and-tuck battle in the No- of Pwght D. Elsenhower's earlj
vember presidential election, backers, was awarded a U.S. Set-
Though the OOP plLd up bet- ate seat with some 50,04 vote
ter than 2 to 1 victories over mtore than his Democratic op-
Democrats and independents, poent-but less than 60 per cent
the figures felt far short of the of the votes cast.

Further Shakeup Likely

For Justice [
-Atty. Gen. James P. Mcoran-
ery soon may announce another
shakeup In the Justice Deart-
ment where a number of S.
attorneys are under livestiga-
Lion, Informed sources said to-
They said Mcramnery till Is
pressing the reshuffle which has
moved most of the top depart-
meat officials who served under
his predecessor, J. feLari Mc-
Orat .
They expect ftrthtr "f' gna-
Itona" tn the new rttaem.
Several department oeflh ls
have figured 14 recent testimony
before a House Judidsary as'em-
nittee Investigating the abeny,
speulay its hnadai r tax
Among them was ElBa *. Suet
ag uestant atawm reeial
n ca g of Wt 0ep m"weqt's
ax divisie. The bIab ilt It
a told that Slh 14t4, onr-
lers ftbm his s ios to black
1 1 Federal r6ftA iwy Mlve-
igatiAn of rt. v tat taMWs.
Slaek told repotmet Nc has no
ntenaton of nuaM "g 64 that
s far as he reports he
s to be removed aft "nlfound-

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- )- A "peace amada" o
L48 MAt planes, man t Chew
Bil by the Church of od
of Prophecy, took oiff ftr hen
tod and cruised over nearb
e~ ,of the Wood, N. C. In a
maneuver p,'eceding the
church's 47th annual eoer-
The conference will be bhl
here, but Plelds of the Wed is
honorId by the church as Se
site of t Se fMI Chrhok ofOA
founded by the late A. J. TIm-
Ulirson. ,
One .e iat 'sons, BDish MA-
ton Tailsine, is the 0dtaeh's
present dpomem .
Anotec r B Vg Ug ltTt,
Queen's NY., Y acagi-
date for left ta
day for M U f t-
direct a "W-m
ene" daitg wI g age 4
beat- a seve-iAotM ies M

Isaghlig .s t iliM^ -

. T .1

Payne will sacuuike., O*.
Brewster who eWaf a .
Balloting that fa
dOP to rack aup a Dl
"9i1h of victory
Would prove yMPl6legi
damaging in Novelalr
At Washington, tht eettioft re-
sults were hailed by Republican
National Chairman Arthur k.
bummerfield as aft indication of
"latent landslide stlment In
the United States for a complete
change in Washington."
Political observers here attrib-

uted the decline in the OOP vie-
Ip Iartm ent tory margin to split tickets and I
the eruption of a state liq or
seandal just before balloplng
S lack'% former chef, T. Lamar' time c
Cadle, is scheduled totesti n The new Maine governor ill
Cu~b before the m*ubcommotta be state Senate Presiden$ Burtou
"1 who wa fred. by M. Crowsof AugUft wfe topped I t
s ude, who wr u ed by Pr a field of four, lftludin two in- fdi
sident Truman Nov. by P the,] d pantwnt
government's chief tax frauda Idpendents. flio
prosecutor, has completed more h vot of thM GOP stroln-
tan 26 hours of closed-door tes- hold, were o thlOPat ron
timony" '0
Subcommittee members saidheld major office s ice 234, also
they expect the drawling North ralected three USA. regnuta- Min
Carolinlan to "name name" of ties, Robert Hidle ott.h VIrrM
governiut officials and mem- Oongreatinal District, C Oltles feir
ber of Cingrews who he said, P. Nelson of the Otod aid
prfm hd hM to t#e "moer 3Clifford (. Moifhtf of the her at
Pett4ilk. tfaxIt.s, is ,ol d Third. T
he did not bow to this pre.are. .. .

8 J8PT. 10 -
f or0 aked federal
t": for a Injunction
ent use of tederatl tunds
Mten t hoote project
mtUth's Old ort trea.
Moms filed suit pro-
..Agency and e Public
.tdministrathu's plan
L .*id for the Frd Wes-
.ousing project.
it homeu have
~wued to make way
J.-llrte low-ret peo-
lW.d in their suit
rWton denis t h e I r
the Fifth Amend-
:h9 Federal Nouilag
the PRA is lending
HIy a subsidy IfIt
H rated at the low
IMOby the' SedS

,t'i r an argumset a t
o i tOn salesgirls of the can-

A -,y suspended ).al sen-
tep was meted out to bine-
ralft Mart who was fumd
ptyt% petty larceny. -
Th.-'8year-old Panamanian
t $- rongs, a woMan's
nd.-M skirt valued at a
.ot .' lf from the do -
^^S_.s^Twrm of mA4a ft-
a .idn building 25-41A,
Om* .*was also placed on
Arm dam

was charged
Iterday. He la
y istnes,.

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mam resigned a A
eraml of the Arab Le
In a letter to the.i
the League council,
often before he ha4
resign, but his con*
prevented him.
*Now I' tl God
relieved of t trusl
ssamla, m Rgyi
been a key flu
affairs ever same i
was former Is .1W
Iraq, Uaudf-Aambi.
Yemen, Jtdan& sad
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