The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00137

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SYOU Y 1O RUM TNH RADS O W LMN_ By VICTOR MI L
There are too many shak6-
THE MAIL BOX t'he .r.-..-m n,
There's too much terror and
-- o not enough furor around the
The Mail Beo i an open forum for reader. of The Panama Amer. country to drive out of labor
lesm. Lsts arem received gratefully qnd arem handled in a wholly confI- thoa professional unionepra
dowbill Moma.who have established a private
Syou mt a letter don't be impatient if t doesn't appear the taxation system of their 6wn.
ext day. Letters ene published in the order received. These are the men In the in-
Plehs. fy to keep the letters limited to one page length. terlocked bands in our big cl -
ide*tiy of heo writer s is hld In strict confidence. ties who tell you ifyou
This newmpper asenumes n responsibilit fer statements as ep ialen to stay in businesS in the .A.
expressed In letters from reader. you must pay them as
o to 15 cents for each dres -
nufactured or trucked, a dollar
C.Z. FAMILY BUDGET a taxi, so much per load of
construction material, anywhere
ar: up to $5,000 for a soft wage
.contract, and upwards of $1,-
A little over ten years ago I took this job down here be- 000 a week for protection, or
cause It looked good, and the fact that no income tax bad to maybe half a partnership and
be paid was what made it look good as a whole. load up thealf a payrolln wit the
A man could live moderately, support a family, take them lad or relatives
on a vacation to the States now and then, and even save a boys or relatives.
little providing he watched his spending. This shakedown's take is
Aow however that entire picture has been changed. Show Incalculable and one govern-
tme the family, of four or five, that can make that trip to the meant bureau actually places it
States after two years, without calling on the Credit Union. at close to a billion dollars a
As far as savings are concerned, they are a shattered dream. year.
If the Board of Directors allows that our house rental is How does it work? Well,
dirt cheap, th:-t the Commissary prices are no more than they here's what one famous Inter-
should be, and that the fare to the States Is ridiculously cheap national union has found dur-
(with which I will agree something however, still must com- Ing an investigation of rackets
pensate for our leaving our home, friends, and relatives, and which have invaded some of
we must be given opportunity to visit occasionally, its outlying local unions.
I am making the request that the Board of Directors of the While the rest of Atlantic
Panama Canal Company draw up a budget for the average City was watching the Miss
salaried Company employee. including his household expenses, America contest, the big
food, clothing. Insurance, maid. automobile, and one trip to the union's national nvestiga-
States for the second year. for three months, staying at mod- ors were looktin at well-
erately priced hotels and the same for the eating; transporta- rounded figures of another
tlon for the car up and back or train and taxi fares,. plus allow- sor andtryng to cal-
ance for heavy clothing if trip is to be made In the winter., late at htow ifiregfonal
The budget should not include any of the following: represent ative i that part
Fish heads and rice for more than one meal a week.travelto eurojd, have his
Cocktail parties for the gang. o0 New Jrs/ey could live,
'Mooching on relatives and friends while in the States. family drive several 40
Shooting the wife and kids to make ends meet. cars ard collect furs and
Draw me up a budget that will cover this and I will make Jewels on Wll0 a week. It
one grand salaam in front of Goethal's Memorial. would take m p than $00,
Hard Lee Able. 000 a year to heep him in
the style he thinks he de-
serves in return for leading
KEEP TOLLS DOWN the proletariat. t
There just Isn't enough here h
Sir: to go to the District Attorney 11
if that would help. But the A
E. Conome's economies (Mail Box, Sept. 5) make more sense conduct in office is such that It'
than these yelping for Increased tolls to subsidize the outmoded could not be mraly justified. )a
Empires he would liquidate or modernize. And there's the ro1 p
This Canal's financial health Ls now married to world ship- And there's the rubh h
ping. Everyone who watched our Industrial Bureau price. Itself or would take a private ice
out of business had a preview of what impends If we attempt f rean td the gl y'u R k-h
to dump the extravagant waste of our decadent Empires onto et- Buad to Proe,.rlaintir e-
that world shipping. io. But the union san am
It doesn't have to take it, but can return to the routes used itsJPople to resign.
before this Canal was built, and once it develops its trade along This regional boas, with la- W
those routes and finds the joy of being liberated from scroung- riadictlon over part of Jersy, di
Ing for U.8. dollars to pay OUr increased tolls, just try to woo it has a private ta on every unit.
back into the Canal's embrace. produced in his rea. In
The Oamboa Empire was dreamed up long after the Canal Since he I0intols the Indu- h
was completed, and acquired a champagne appetite during the try and the *mple"ers are de
Third Locks fiasco. eadet oan htim 40 secure wrw
Beer.times are here now. t(e Emperor is gone.,aad his Un- n olM a ura ,i
pie ought to be. %kel oct-9 *at p taeK -"
Cold shipping be convinced it should share te burden eqeh AMmin
Orf ping the champagne flowing? Or of' s g a railroad werehe
in the monopolistic luxury it enjoyed before the anal? ree a
Or fertilizing that mushroom known as Balboa Heights? Or cu urgeou bunesm h an,
footing salaries of Army and Navy officers whQ dally through outs Ut h@M o of h*P:
here while on tour? Or building towns to Induce Panaanan nPly o wk or ,o poee Gpi '
eittlsens to leave their own cities? P11e1y high wagM bit. .
Or subsidizing the living, schooling, and medication of
twenty odd thousand dependents of employes who should be H a holds a silent partmruip t
contributing to the welfare and growth of Panama? In several plants, as do his clo
Discouraging transits, the primary purpose of the Canal,. rauv. All of whidh ma1 I
Is a left handed approach to a right handed problem. Render, ko W and union offlea~ in
the surplus fat from our organizations and get down to a the Mae plant. Bnome ba r t
healthy leanness. Int, eh?
thiselling, pay for quality, fire incompetency, btalh IJ has also used hs M l
featherbedding and waste. Most to buy into A*hffe Cg L
Promote efficiency and there'll be no need to Jock up tolls ty store Vnd the l oel.
and drive the ships away nor will employee have to be pltuked tng 8somb the, the 0, er
to meet their own payrolls. o to heSpro be
found, nottto nexat"n reaw
614e___ t 1f pureasae w5
in 'atem offes at awspu r
TRANS-I8THMIAN PATROLS sU1 but c h..
Sir: The Inmorality of this man
What appropriation of the US taxpayers' money is being 5 heSIghtn ed by the fact that
paid for the US Army sedans and heir drivers which a m- l wfIu I War producing.
trolling the Trans-Isthmian highway with Panama's tmraQV w- e to d-m aving enough pow
Ilee? or *0o dM S1 which piai
Or is this a loose Interpretation of Point 4 economic aid to WR 4W Army and Navy en.
nedy countries? 6a 1t1e E the general nte G
Or the Army splitting the fine with the Republic of Pa- ^41Reldi g r 50 miles.
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NEW YORK. We have been following the
enohaEt quotes of airy Adlal Stevenson, and
ave reached the final conclusion that he is
m .king for the job of summer replacement for
rthur Godfrey.
He It a great kidder, this Stevenson, a great-
sher, and a mighty swift jabber. He ripostes
pretty, sallies well, and seems well-quipped for
is chores.
But it suddenly occurs to me that we are not
hiring end men for the job of President, and
here are enough bad gags running loose on the
adlo and TV already.
We have had one involuntary comedian In the
bhite House for the last seven years or so; I
o not know that we need an intentional funny
ian for the next four. Coshtant humot is t ry-
ni on the nerves. Makes one think that the
umortit is not taking his ly.
It is rather to see i doing
ith his wit aM It
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Adal must pretend mess 4 Washing-
in in't actually there, shte he has dismissed
by referring to It.
Re cannot duck the past by promisftg fr the
iture, because there is not muh to pro-
"e at hasn't already e best~ t e tWe
&t 30 years of Demo c rule. Ter e ,i t
'uBt m y more giVe away.
So ial has stu doing the amfat-
t Otn g by way of 0C e-harm,.
He Is a man of wit and
'en Itefligence. He has been turning on the
hbasy, looking the fey humor, and aMIg to


Adlai

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his original stature as a character, the unwill'
ing candidate for distinction.
And he beginning to succeed in turning= at-
tenton m the stench of his inheritan lIn
dierting public attention from the ool fact
that e basically responsible to the same old
school of ea in the ocratic party, and In
covering 'up old scars with his song-and-dance
act.
But a fast patter can boomerang, mad this It
one yea that the folks seem tobe in a seros
mood about their next national boss. What
seems at first charming and captlt an a
subtle can degenerate intf e per ln the
receptive Stod is not present in the audIaee.
Adlal can sweet-taJ hi way out of a -
If once the folks decide tat he Is Jup tli
fast to cover a lack of future nlanad a
record of h predeeesosi. Tn they n t
laugh with m any more.
Ike isektlower, by keeping a
and makia14a few loud,
Ie. doen ve to 06
The buinvs of hftmor Is a dwso
I Imagine most ftks don't want,.
comeona for a docttt. I Paogem s i
want a flton erloe with braos teunm SI
country for me.
I used to watch Franklin D. trn i thi
charm and the elfin wit when he Wanted
offer a straight answer to an obvious a qteml ,
and Mr. Truman's barnyard apes have M
lightly unsettling to the stomah. :-
I want a deadly serious gay in that
House for the next four yet to haul
of the national and InternatlWR tra gl
sion that 0 years of hum*r both Mgiw
ham-handed, have landed us
If I want laughs there is a WV 10i%
and Bing Crosby, or a look at my
after taxes.' 7-


INDIANACfLXB, Ind. In the backgrzmad of
en. lesMwer's appearance here in Indiana-
olls, thugs Is an extraordinary story which has
lot of bmtag on the Republican future.
Beglniu s The story the wrong way mrand,
en. W: L9l Jenner, the local Imitaten ofl
n. Jei ucCarthy, has now taken a firm
old of slenhowr coat-tails.
Thmu belnsging the man ater
ice mously cpomd, are now couced-
Sto 's best ope of victory att
ov. Ey AcKhrlcker, the popular Deau static
minese or the Seh0ta.
Just t'o sure that 'e coat-tails do aot
1r ml m *weight, J has personally as-
aged Ub~s beot e. MM thathe .will
npport inv AeIr0 E8seho0er as Presideut
e hitm to wgport
n *ffelt w as promise by Jeaner to
lan ge vote o alsus oewry foreign amd
bile eI on a good many dnoestlc tea*
a ta ^t, enanh me gave this pm-
te at be who be attended ,laenhower's
mting aeS with M astenI 'RepubiUM le m.
%hb M-a odd aulmaatnlon, indeed, for the
mmc.which fahe with *a Indiana Repuml-.
figchliat for M in. BA*-
? A* AXti Crow
4he orthoax Republican oamwa
eas _w0 11 110,%0 trankie l b.
eigM esn. Nomar Ca021-
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%. onalsan atf41 Bleenhower." km

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ot a dhap lB to eng ap.
H ane outofl traditionalplbmt
ti lalarge to the Republican coni.
Wae agaawaen a, Jenner huself Mt-
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siting Indiana. At best, he .
orly a very small IIW aI
ground that the
In this, Holde!
and "News"
hard-fighting o
er who won the U m
nation over o-teaZ on b p dM
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the first plan was for
duced by the gubernatorial anmi
ner was supposed to be well In t
Jenner has called Gen. Marfu
senhower reveres almost as a I
lie" and an "eager front man ft
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background was entirely agM
hower. But a fewdan mo
fenner, Cale Holder Mt
the Senator forward. Amos
Jenner was named to lBtialoe
tead of Cralg. -
Meanwhle, there was aleo
In Chicage. seenhowergm
as to w over the aU
publicans.
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eraL criticisms of aamzu M
aid remarks about hi I nuS
snost no one could msibly
er. who has voted mga at
Viiniower believes in, selbed
to rush out of the m g
he and lsenhowr were Ifa ita
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tnhelwer and gave the p a
mentioned, to follow
Donate whenever UOSj.We
not been givan. -S
have onsented to be lftU*"
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SWOOv, (NKA) Excie- GAT BRO W UNKS ROMANCE
g atWtm unr. "Loo), dabhg, I'n
, M ~fSadiig star If this worried
I I 1 wouldn't have played this Let the women fans wall, but
fi i. nITurhan Bey, once billed as "The
Davis flipping her new Terrific Turk." is Junking roman-
S ehat over the possibility of tic roles to portray nasty villains
fNdWfgoers confusing her private Back In Hollywood a ter three
life with the role of the fading years in Austria and Switzerland,
" celluloid queen she plays in Pro- the gay Boy, who once was No. I
d9cer Bert Friedlob's "The Star" man In Lana Turner's life while
This woman," Bette wants it making screen love to Maria
arwwa, "could have been in sanyMontez and other film cutles.
bula-ge. It's the story of a woimn- told me:
iM who has to choose between "I never felt confident in those
gUtter and glamor and a guy." love scenes. It was a big mistake.
'ktherlne Albert, who once The war was on and there were
guided Joan Crawford's publicitY' o other young men around. So
at MGM. co-authored the story I was drafted as a leading man.
l ith her husband, Dale Eunson. But I'm not the type. From now
"Rt the whispers that the film is on I'll play heavies."
more Crawford lore than Just the
perfect composite of a movie Competition for Fernando La-
queen is a lot of bunk claims nias in the Turner sweepstakes"
Katherine. who told me: "i don't think she'll have much
"I once wrote a novel about a time for me." he grinned.
star, People said my character During his absence from Hol-
mmt have been based on Joan. lywood. the. star financed and
She wasn't. Neither is this char-, produced.a movie, "I Was Jack
at.r, She's every actress." Mortimer." soon to be seen in the
fhylls Thaxter's doctors say 'u S. and helped his mother
that although her attack of polio manage four film theaters she
was light, she will have to un- owns in Europe.
dergo therapy treatments for a
long, long time .. Marion Da- Lou Costello and Bud Abbott
vies is tossing a buffet supper no longer are the fat man-thin'
dance for Johnnie Ray and his man team. Lou weighs 179 pounds,
bride at her home Oct. 2. ;'-just four more than Bud ...
-- ..Michael O'Shea's old knee Injury
The rumor that Marilyn Mon- \I acting up. But wife Virginia,
roe and Joe DiMaggio are secret- Mayo's gamns are In perfect l
ly wed is curling the tendrils on shape... Susan Hayward ages
th" Hollywood grapevine .. Rea- from 18 to 62 fot her role In "The;
son for Clark Gable's week-end iPresident's Lady." A rubber mask'
trips to Paris from London has,will give her the aged look.
nothing to do with dolls. It's to _
avoid paying British Income tax-

WW'S A GOOD FRIEND


"Sorldiculous!" is Doris Day'si
sputtering answer to rumors
that she's feuding with her sis-
ter songbird Peggy Lee.
Or that she lost the friendship'
of Director Michael Curtlz-who
helped launch her to stardom-'
when she turned down a role in
"The Jazz Singer."
Sizled Doris on the set of War-i
ners' "By the Light of thi: Silvery I
Moon":
"I waf never eonsideeed or set!
fr 'The Jazz Singer' at all. The
stuale didn't even think of me In
I emg the picture. Aq for Peg-
I, she's a good friend of mime.!
S etre's no competition. That's
*Et what we're put heon lot-to
eq'pete with one another. 1 am
eaft wish that the things happen
Igere- at this studio for Peggy
that happened to me"
I Conic BuWy Greene on women.
' 10 aW' oo Hollywood Blvd. this!
11"Thy were nothing but a lot
4i stuffed shorts."
SThere's no hope of Frank 81-
ai a and U-I getting together
I 1* that second movie. Now sing-
ti for his supper I night clubs,,
Pamk -brushes off hecklers who.
lore to ask him, "Where's your.
wife?" with "Where's your wife?"
There'a still no official explan-
Atton for Marlo Lanza's sit-down
1W*ike at MOM which is costing;
Ii a salary suspension. But the
Whisper hedud most often is:
Saruio's 'broke ana wants a big
]on from MOM. The studio is
rdlofsg to advance him any mo-
arg.yHe "ay4 he won't work until
lygets the aash.
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THE SAVING BANK

lusthution Guaranteed by the State
PayS 2% Interest AnuHy on Savings Accounts


INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00


We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other oeurftife.


CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

Sc -f- $1mam M$.

deposits re accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.

Individual safety depoqft boxes, for Jewelry and
deb*ment., In 4 different sizeo. '


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*#4 Tvoei Ave.-Phonq 2-291 and #*5 Wet Uth Street 1S0,069 -d. ,.
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rourt.h of July Ave.-Pnone 2-0441 #3 Lottery Pln vitt 2410" o'r 8trefl Pom Ir ""`- --- 8LA
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS R0SQK JMMtE n s.au
s Automohiles be ps a dinaag pr i laill PoNtr's toO
: -Fo ^-^ ^ ^ W rke A~celigrm ee. ce .c Iielf a P R O.Me
-FOR SALE -A porcelain refriger- Service Personnel and CivilianW Rl AE. r. Fr h eAdMftL
D. Hecker Place. Diablo 2-4281. Government Employes Finance Co. Estudiante Street No. 140 between ---'*. Pt et y rrh S ot i
FOR ALE.-Westnghouse refrger- When you finonct your new "J" and "K" Street. Phone ~- HOTEL 'ANPtARICA,, n r l
o FOR SALE.-Westinghouse refriger used car. 3479. bt*ifu fl V1 l v .'Natwive
ator. 25 cycle. 9 cu. ft, pprce- AGENCY DEHLtNGER SPECIAL EXCURSIONSI- M .icy night. REMOVABLE ALHcyL .,
l lain inside and out. 3 yrs. guar- No. 48 Atemebile Row FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO Gronllch Sinta Clara 'po;c
o4257.e left o ne un t. Balboa .- Phone .4984 3-4985 one way $85, round trip. $135 115 collages. E.octric ice SCREEN FRAMAES T hb de aeod he
FOR SALE -- I dinn tbe.FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger day-limit). 160Cood one year); s&, N let rates. me y, onte
buffet. 6 chairs -- gt5 00. I me. a commercial at Agencas Cosmos, to LOS ANGELS. one. way. $149. 6-441. SMlNo., 4-.%7/ Noeat. e *WontheT
I on Automobile Row No. 29, tele- IS, round trip 52.5, 90 day- guel. .. ti I r
Steal double bed complete $15.- phone Panama 2.4721. limit Panama Dispatch Service, Phil l3 %. Oc ao %ottgen o3.0% tO 40% 1etbs .n mfar
00., double bed spring o$3. opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Pan- Clarapi. t 435. s ia g any other l leneed for re-
00. 2 porch shades -- 59.00. ra- FOR SALE: One 1937 Lincoln ama 2-1655. Para .-1 7.LCratabel Ca be r I '.
die 25.00, curtain rods Zephyr Sedan, good running. Good -- r l paed [_ l p _. -p-llacd I.41't C n bueeran. CU
shades. Msc items 771 -D. San tres. Call 3-1316 or hose 8053, Are you having trouble with your Casino Sona Clo. Dan e o, 3 or 4 pound t 1ht ve ti" any
Pablo St. Balboa Tel. 2-2193. Margarita. recr gerator, washILE n SE ICEhe. Casino Aces. No reservet0 cleaningR aWltt hoe.- a rt sub-
No 2, 28thC St.,ERVICE do cessary, Spturd y end Sundp keeping tlob. g eIt. o n't see A
FOR SALE-- Westinghouse un-FOR SALE:- 1951 H.Ilman four- 2,47 8. Prame never i*s. rots or t t to 2Re
dram at. 60 cycle, excellent can. door seden. Only 5,000 miles. $,- R547EN. TOK needs nainum t 0 n a- agreedtot
dition $19000. Fort Sherman 87- 150. Call Albrook 4230. Space available three persons to Sann S fcireen eas nIntlntiPdat 9'St. aarextdn
2. FOR SALEo-Chrysler W8ndsor 1949 Diego.' aboard motor vessel. Share HaOir fracton of uslr cest, w h ..:te- e
r E --. 802S2-D, Mergareta.m 2-0465 dts room, orden. .Ave. ', e -lt t
Double Bed .and motteesx ."2ses4$50.00a.ad iii "i""
n migany$ ........ m. $35 00 FOR SALE: Packard convertible. 2-0465. 6, San Francisco. EO. F. NOVEY, INC
"Sinoom set of furniture, Excellent condition. Cheap. Call 2- FOR SALE 2'OR RENT 4T Tac I"pu p
7 pieces ...... ........ 35.00 6443 days 2-6326 night-e -R N.s.Tlt
aby High.Chr .... ... 300 FOR SALE:-Ford '42 new paint lob. MlPIe.nW Aper t -et Ir t
Ladies Desserib .. .. ... 500 good condition. Fan, large re- FOR SALE:--We have a few Thorat .. -. ?M h
* Baby Crib .... ..... 2 00 valving. Refrigerator. Westing- 25 cycle automatic washers at re- ALiAMIRA APAhIMENTS ,.
Book Stand ... .. ... .. 200 house porcelain. Movie camera. cluced prices.-Muebleria Casa Spar- Two end five room furnishedyo MODERN *h Ts h
Clothes Closet, 6 ft. high, 4 Revere. Misc, articles. House 5251 ton. Central 223. Tel. 2-4591. unfurnished opWtlMfftsi private 0N UWnPrl
"Cft. wide, 2 ft. deep. .2 CeDiablo. Phone Balboa 4240. OR SALE:-Donot pay more thanO lo garden ns." 0.t t w
o"Cold Spot" rOR TENTrefrigerator,6Tp *y i q
cu. ft. 1 yeer'old, 60 Cyl. 140.00 844.55 net, for your new RC-80
'tll at '.o Joy' Apartments next STATION WAGON 1950 Chevrolet. G rrb 3-speed outoPnatic record- "Wi.n_._._ab Tut t
t.o '..: Rancho just off 4th of July very good condition, new 6-ply changer. 25 or 60 cycles, at Cosa FOR RENTMg "; me-t
0 Avenue. Use stair entrance next tires, new battery. Can be finan- Spartan, Central 223. or at our:FOENamc
to i1 Rancho, and proceed to top ced. Trade-in accepted. 58 Cuba branch of No. 56. B Avente, Pah- Rvi tea
floor "Apiartment "C." Avenue, apartment 5 or 8. ara. hRe "ms
E. L V'buternias er dining. TROPIC TOPICS -Just arrived on- FOR SALE:-Baby crib(kddie kop), FOR RENT:-Cool large airy front hI o-.-- p i t
1gs '^S 4- SAQL QAe.o 13.l..
voom suites, $50.00; 9 x..91/,;I,- other shipment of Brake Linings wit plastic ma teis aorost new room wi baitotty on Cen tral tr' eb %ijf--------
*-ioloum, like new, $5.00. Call all makes of ears. TROPICAL Tel. 480-L. Colon. AvenueShoe Store. floor., be a th
.433O-a .r mat 14410 -wen MOTORS."FOR: SALE:--Used electric mangle ShoewStore.wedi ,%. 11WIT01h t81 ft be
w. bo,. 'TRAERasede "A" mi r s- CAlI. Good C ritlon. Phone 6- FOR SALE w m at
SALE:-One Frigidare Refriger- d s fr model A cope. B 400 6 OR SALE.
otar, 7 cu. ft. 5 cyclq. ood Diabloe 5448-, 2-5. 188. F4OR "SALE -ViolS.ynd.am,$50 o. .l1 Estate
v"ndation. One pr6r-coiWo hino i House n. 1536-B phoe 1-1767. FOR SALE- h
cabinets, maplid finih. Real good FOR SALE:-1941 Buick, good on- FOR SAL ... i t X room with 3409 mers l d, fur-
buy. PhonR'Boloc T-O3 q.ntime. dltion. Call 85-2242. Cords from yt drbwFngs nish9, Ideal oune ry retreat, ftpt
JI SALE:.Thor washIng ruachlre BARGAIN! -Ownr going to the EL MALCON, *ont Hotel El Pan- carted 3 iH, bletyond S we Cor at fCltbi t
"semi automatic, $95.00. Recently States. Chrysler Newyorker 1949, aom. Tel. 3-1179. at "Proyo Grande," rilvec pi r a which* WIs tIM
tfS4euledt. May be it'e at trs. A- I c%,idltion, leather upholstery, IRSALE .- -HIrman 4-dcr vedm ss plvy and water. Cell "Sh eat ,
E Curu Heights. Telephone radio, low m Any rem- 1950-51. d free under d hens, Corol 310
wt.t: w it h T 00 miles, S M. hours a or.collm at Qtr.
WA' Newo ;..san.'f i-thedNorton -6fdb1d500bCcaiu$ 101trdu*forbAairm, iou.v
Phne 6Ny5449 y tion, 3,000 miles, $7W. Curundu ra. Furnished, Rack Gas stOve,
,i c.rm.o o teaY ig Crn for. .- tie .
626 or 2100-A, West th. St., tile floors. Call 4-288.
-westInghamerefdgja Curuhdu.
7 cu. Pt. Excellent condtta.
0.00. 25 cycIl. 'elphorns .- FOR SALE:-19 Pedie wupe FOR SALE: Purebred Doberman S t)O lUtstor
HoUse 713-C. Prado BloT $|12 House .ew Pinscher puppies for 806. Call Q.
Crietei. P .hone -21 .-. Cristobal 3-1284. otig Le s s ..
SALE:-Norge refrigerator, 9 TROPIC TOPIt* And i lp- FOR SALEi-5 piece set of bambooFm
ft. 25 cycle, porcelain inside mt of thterp ip :lass furnIture. Telephone 3-3008.s
out, peelct condition. $100. SOft- lust arrived our ls will FOR SALE:-2 Lionel Trains, 25 Cyl BTWA eo.GTONe. pts. S (DPL 13 & (Miaeowe,
Sos t. 5287-4, Diablo. Install i yn A -Wpe of,.fs:.1 Toansformrer, 60 Cyl. 2 train trans- ion e ,Uk me z*?( aepatlvgi
IF TOPRCALE: MOT195 0 farmers, 4 switches, automatic coal 3totdayp to giseat "votera' -it..E Sweat 3g mak
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiec 4-door car, arsp, and milk ctr'. 16 mm to ervcmz w e .
S& Mo Sedan, Silver Streak 8, Hydroa- ov camera and proittor. a Phone eitose mrhva em VI "..a"
,.__________________ tic drive, new tires, very little ml- Nov 2302. ..s.rreir.a. .."ormomll-
SSAL:--5 HP Mercury out- league. Car perfect condition. Sale SALE -et reglotrl or twi w ,
u hrtdhit,.. vey fewhours. Also for $1,600.00 finance avoaibble. FOR SALE nvinced te a.
M H.P. 25 cycle motor. Te- Coll Crstobal 3-1571 be tween IA Ig o Sththesr. 11To
-Mw N anvy 3145. a. m. 2 p. m. Automob.fl..ri lot at an h is.... t
SC> ALEFOR SALE:-Just received another FOR SALE:-1939 Chrysler Imperial j icie nIse Ade.II Peter'I
-* FOR SALE .shipment of Siner SM Ro, ers. Coupe Inexcellent. cpndtlo he Peters
Snow on display R 350.002 Quartermaster single
a lw,. rhtem --, TROPICAL MOTORS. beds. $16.00 each. Telephone 4- ti,
FOR SALE:-Cushmwn rnateracAmem, t -T
-lust overhauled. 341. Oth and OR SALE:-1942-Packa. E S S O N S ingca.tSo
Maewrtrfa St., New Cristalbs, sedon, duty paid, post tog. 00. t Et pS 0Nl
phone 3-2500. 00. La Boca, Road 902 Apt. K. Asts Latin.-announces a new I classn InJI hn I .
'belid.t c'top dancing. Tuesday,
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Odlpm Moeters, Inc. (Ford Dealer). We will W UWWB a-
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Two men charged with dis-ln. g of
turbing the peace faced the Bal-
boa Magiotrate's Court yesterdPy. rWBmNTl-sV.TTS yA PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, C f -? e C Pi-sBe dCteEe t
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i%- an American, Robert Josepn Ia a,
Diaz, 43, who used vulgar, pro- H IWo
board of directors of the Panama .S tsHNU .. nedohs e t t o
Canal Company. The Incident d h u d O I Th 2 de d f *.
took place In the Hote Tax DivisioUn apsra In
dining room at a a.m.
Diaz.n who was formerly i vision Ap s p of1,1,
Canal. walked into the dining l Stee ipkh Ps1
room with a Panamanian taxi whe'&thin K otNOil
driver. Vincent U. WeIr, 20. whom WASHINGTON. Sept. 13 (UP Hou,. subcommittee investlgat- manager of the -d--- -"---ME- m s oton
he Invited to be his guest at -Charles S. Lyon, ace congress- Ing the Justice Department con- Brewing Co., 'wa 41 frtleW Aramy h1i
breakfast. lonal tax scandal investigator, tinue its Inquiry beyond the charges o( "wiTullluy" the Mri.
The defendant said in court was named head of the Justice scheduled Oct. 1 expiration date. evade MIn inmeome t zI*
he waited over 20 minutes, but Department's tax division today He is the ranking Republican name figured i recent
was not given any attention or to replace Ellis N. Slack, who Is member of the group. tax ltrr.tulatrtte cha Butth e the Marines have
service. It was then that he under fire In Congress. Informed sources said a grand John J. Wlliams1 a .(- Mclm1-bflce 1l0%t Mat
began swearing and using abu- Lyon's appointment was an- Jury scheduled to start an Inves- Lyon's appointment me t I .# W InducUon
sire language. nounced jointly by Atty. Gen. tlgation here soon will call for- bounced after a 15-itl Htte om te1"
James P. McGranery and Chair- mer Tax Commissioner Jbseph D. ference between itV. T h1 with. n m" t
Two board members walked man Cecil R. King (D-Calif.) of Nunan Jr.. former Internal Re- McGranery. e e t e d their itet
out of the room. William M. a House subcommittee which in- venue Burdeau oounsbl Charles As he left the White h I'd want to ettl t
Whitman, complaining witness, vestigated tax Irregularities. Ly- A. Bolich, former assistant In- MECranery was ked wh
and secretary of the Canal's on has been chief counsel of the ternal revenue commissioner. pignalled anotherr clean
board, at first assumed one of King group. A Brooklyn grand jury Thurs- it his departmbet. -e I e b auftls Departm t
the departing members was call- Black, who has been acting day indicted Bollch on tax eva- Be replied erypttally M l orp did no I
Ing the police. However, when no head of the tax division, will re- slon charges, thought a "leltn sweep 1 8 aenber.
action was taken, Whitman him- turn to his old post as chief of Lawrence P. Bardin, former making." '.-Jl '.
self called Canal Zone police au- the appellate section. ----------
thorities who arrested Diaz. Techateally, Lyo AstweHes
The taxi driver wan fined $6 TeDhn ll, Losted y HarrisWlote
for leaving his taxi parkedin a mr CadlekyH r Nriors Wth ar- unded A
restricted place in he tra laint Twho was fired by om.
circle in front of the Tivoli Ho- ble" dent Tfthu aflointeGp
tel," lK o"ette aetiBls. -s
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24-year-old Panamanian, Jose Rcriticism two weeks agoon, rs nwu, nins B onze J S
Rosa, C. for loud and offensive charges he tup d th block a d
conduct. The Incidenlt developed Jury invEttlrlti of St. Leois 0 ...L. .
when Rosa reported ht a shore taxt peraciAmd h ae Senelt the 'l




-ut -- son there w-s M Cle he Mia rawe ,ll bfor a fc H i of autornatfI W*W
pantrolman that Ld todr a csad ld te a Pf cRcaled C.Mama. ohererto vfi.ae-s a at gC.. 'fe dim----
cal bar had broken his watch. MOM& Juiditdgtlty uPmtee. CurtIdu was wounded In mots man,.tc. R/chard 0. BArds ttosy' ..SO I rI flW t ,i-wua


thft the defendant wi a deported Lyonfist was slae etatkon- Wednesday t Whil e serving a cth eBpenal coag at t -t an#
bring his complaint direct. t9 the l$12,000 in his nw a1* a- the U.S. I alaor.. voo to duty when. "
hore Prol headquarters tr dIt the $w r nF that th ie"s IS an ates o a st dlT" nl'
the LiMit.Th6patrolman fOter- he ong mi i. i t M np 'i f ob the r e d iew.he' th..b :.
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ReJisSLts sBltable cwlu0roo for tm il gg lS3 hd enlisted in the Marine atnd a we *.S
thAppite defendant is eamadep gorteeo n ess t e jyjn.-ho er v & that his Wands are sc -e eonthe to r ,;oni
but noes hargve bes n tmailed county be--Me -a-ouuwm- s ees etha be Is J to reeStr. andWojth t Iteaf t* f* q
twhoe roh will bake the tsheno- BOWt T NOT Pf lniiOt wm undwe Fre om Crus1d 4 w..EMhd t. o
patrolman oeffeWmito. tke him- ,s t.l recui i elt" Mvelan t n th e r a.o. h e lonw 1 37 t ...t e'm,
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, later date will be accepted n- bank to work on the roof,.t'e WA OTON, Sept. U3 (UP) TS ,Big- ch.ldreng *.....
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ls may be obtained fr te ad toppled oft and a b e-i0 A" ed Mine Worer wge Dr d Cuadra Gute
odoaClSe rviceherolc acheiste ents "micn R a"d -toI P Burls .to
*m 'oom serve the mimamluoaan clb winch will bant 8 t Aionetid in pre the us rnl Bettee. f.
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hnt. or by telephaulR 3-8 keep a ,ood man down." Bources aid tH ars' Rod.The sps ^N
.D.M.. C .-WI be held No barriers toAgroup on h s"r e SIyWiareatoldAlf- ai'8ets from Xe -d Am-
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Th e e ,umttiamn was an- Cmal Zone are eligbleg d '-. -- fl I SI ThIe Pam lencmS for reaked.4 "t**
bounced idav by the Board offthe irstwmeetinge1ul r Ia Was grad fAmerican a.
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Appliatioln for this eammina- grop and the org g eerM C to M-We months drie aa *




io= Jwerre closed en Sept. 10 antd club facilities. ltwould Con S ma Cs otshSe-r
notices have been mailed to to WeL aat Is scheae o
doer who will take the steno- -DOWNA NOTw neru la e t
lrSphic examination. VUiVt. (0Nnd
S Aptplihcatiou for Stenaiodphle after their himttpaW ter, Fsam .o ve Pdnm
jaminations to be given at a out of his hospital bedb eh
til further notice. The app iea-H ot6 Vermont the day 8Wlber h- L Lewistodao ua.
tiMb may be obtained frbin the had -oppled off and tiZhw* tt ad ed Mine Workers wage Dr. AdsO GCuadra Outr s=,z,
Uoard of Civil service aun- the end o a rone for morettee to meat bore N a Abassuadr to =-' otorcyct Stuart
', RBoom 102. at the Banbos an br. ItMs wife iganced i at s Nltcno A week befoa e the ara .
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