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 Material Information
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: 1925-
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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00142
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I altny e tarme wreolste em held in triete anudledn a. wholly c e tre of P i e arnd
S naw or ibu nies a l st dn't beimpaenitI f It doesn'tmm appou1tse 10 ol e as-ttorn e mr- ... mT
-:d inI, fem m-dIIe They said t ey had nothing toh
Sdo. Things were.that bad.
"MANCHiE~ Ton GUARDIAN" TERMS STEVENSON' Four months of course in-
LiEt.lUNT S.'LekI AN AMERICAN CLASSIC suffic'.nnS t time in which to clean
I or up completely a government 'd -
M: l Box Editor: apartment of 4500 people, when it
has been going down hill for six
The Enllsh aend tEuropean ress has been quoed so often years. This figure of 4e00 takes
on General Eisenhower well known to them that I thought in only t he staff that I supposed f
your readers might like to see a recent editorial, entitled "Cour- to be the governarnt's top law
age." from the "'I.anciieser Ouardian" commenting on Governor enfoteemert a en cy.
levenson's address to the American Legion. It reaches you late It doem not include the 14,000
because it came. by shipnmail. In Federal Bureag of Investiga-
*-Sbscriber. tion 7000 in Immigation Sa, .
rice o00 1n Bureas of Prisons. As
The editorial follows: more or less inic pendent branch-
es of Department of Justice, they
governor r Stevensc n ended his speech to the convention of are thus far clear of any of thh-
the Aiverican Legion with an improvised senftebe not in his pre-,c ndal that have rocked the
d text. 'I hope you will forgive me,' he W6M, 'it I have tres- parent organization. -
'He certainly had, if appeasement of the prejudices of hil I Besestlmates now are that "
l iners is th3 way to keep to the path. Perhaps the convention' it would tke a another yer M lid
It, for though he had a warm ovation to begin with the later a halt to reargallse and restaff
ue. can~e mostly from the galleries-the guests and the the Department of ustlece and
RMMPl M,- not liont the sullen delegates. They were respectful get it r nin a ft should be .
unapproving. For Governor Stevenson did a very audacious ro. Attr ay eal Mesran-
q!ohaveous thing. FHe went to the heart Of American illib- ec dsont have that m .
iad pleached t~~te pure milk of toleratio and of respon- time. He has enly another foaur.
an decency in publicU lfe. Two years ago the American months beor a new fadmiens-
iEtag l ave its award for Americanism to Senator McCarthy. Ten tCtion tke o vet.. -
before Governor Stevenson spoke it had passed with te o .i
a resolution demanding the dismissal of the Secretary of .. . ....... -. -,'. .
U-be", Mr. Acheson The Legion has, with dependable zeal, been So cleaning up the mess in the.-
'Sati e force behind te loyalty",*investiations in the schools, Justice Deprrtment won't get
bid Lthee bomadn10 of teachers who will not give rigid con- done by the incumbent A. G. un- t um P 4" th
y, beBW tee plketing of the films to per.cute actors of less, of course. Governor Steven-R Ru l ar P w r S r t
t e *inion, behind the purging of Left bolmo from pub- son should be elected President t
,hInd the intolerable witch-hunts ft t state uni- and decide to keep udge Me- I .U al
till. An honest minority of Legion officlaIls.b ben anxious Oranery in his cabinet to finish 'y i A v
tot i innocent o, t .ens against these -mo intolerant the Job he has just start d. b __
but has beep swamped by the chauvinisMtuh The Le- That is considered pretty much
has Justl called for a Federal inquiry to d .whether of a political long shot. For Gov- CLgVEAND. From this particular an&% of aiki. Je mer Ea~ e '
lAmerican O CM l Uberttie Union is a Comm 0nt or Commu- ernor Stevenson already has as iaslonk, SSL. Robert A. Taft's promi seto "support what are aualy IW
SProut body: an this the 'New York Times' eMtb last his Democratic National Com- iie national ticket does not loo quite _t
that it was .as unwarranted a slur up scaluodul and mlttl.e Chairman Stephen A. tant or decisive as most It
S il.. o rgi stion aswcould B(l evio.' o It wswas Mitchell, who was the original "Mt. Reptiblican" has got to go thr ou e ,
4W ofbonso that Governor Stevenso ipm counsel for Rep. Prank Obelf's tons of Su~portng his own party;, whatever hap. tails po
S-House Committee aasgned -to in O e. RN.. 9"v lt %A W the dutat
a Presidetil candidate to come out so a-rongly against vestigate the Department of Jus- Something quite different at a nd I out frolk no
0 3 n tee 1 e Ii t sel htoric. But hissagm el "was so ties Trt'sPhBrmonyin loteementon a- statement and p gea t 0
S IT 1 budtoNObowI to ambo e t -Mn e and oitsown 01 ence after his eakfast *ithCl Gn.
Sre are Passages InL the speech that w tmake it some- Judge Whenever the Senator was aske4 a
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.'St-.t.n'. .f lnh cpis' fo hia) Let C(doto 'osow ". earn "0 l "
S ea the a l te t anal- no press conferences. "cain

4al b tAp7eMb-t. Why e ttat e ome He i working with ml the Cheif the 'ostae significant featnes of this election at wine T-
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SWOMDusi is aKirrnt. it1MfGrt, did Charman Ohelif In the period after the atvverition, this Repub- hewer and th\
I4e unL.Admeroleans uwo ha"e earben- league, Rep. Kenneth B. Resting doors at the ]1er1 161- Vsar. ence of this saonog
04b _s se t *er riht of New York were at first Inclin- There was ikt AMoti-,ta h a conoelvly iery
hl a0ce for themer1ad to keep the new A.0. t arm's porters almost e ed tMo have:E Mer eight His defeat .t a
we 0st ae ease not t burn d length. They regarded him as n o *Is owr J Owo'S p0"rign. wmd.Com- ed Taft to to 3ls16 how~. r
,Fa ,7 o..their enemy-the guy they were mem. rn Arthur- StmIed accept hjspon .
after. mWin largeauxommi DU W Wuc4
!of fur In wih 1.verett Wirsen,,of I 'llindi., ao While he I"will port" at ni
fts 4gl ge. WasW he x beasimigeneralr** n Wayne Hood, of Michigan, Ne had when he taksthe AtmphTaft to
3dto fI~rees~domof fl~ee mnal, we amp~ gene a~c tellied himself with these Oid guard sw cu In to speak out for ow=
CIO* of lbs tisoa nlia.n.m. laying out the campaiRn plan. rather ta thanh
.s... that i ould have my Ma9 1 1 m egh
a the fear of spimethingl It is the lov of e saent whteh it old .One re was an early campaigning 40A*dule of his Owtp te .
S* 'sis)M Abwtte.T a,.s ,,mft of V a; it p wett sound reason far which required Elsenhower to give W 1t to strongly aMded1 M
s I ; is 1 4 l Of ml wanting to examine, the lsee attention to the states where Taft's .p- The tota Io lt bIse to1
afud In ft was hera *a 11011606.%a eonezeeptius porters weM running for re-election. Whie- that the of thes
Sidie InwhsItwab 'ad5S1e on~ly as a c lecting the sig, pivotal but anti-Trt. I "Cllas s oI" Isamre tl14t hei ga
.'ase-" s"". states. tion of.~hour~~~ 1 1n .
PatUmatd-bhti.e.m. In Its abge and whoe. sOin by the deportmast This ued ba turlous debate wetweern
mlast Itwr and turn it to msdls eo eases affecatng.- field and, p and such original In these i h

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or euapiaonetty. Judge M eoranery has i shire. In ot, the caiaipa uhis 11bhpoMt-as ei sa
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44me10a4 0 to Mark of a great Ilberl. It not congreasma so headed by OwneAdams. va in i g

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Shipping & AirLine News
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i Two Standard Fruit Co. Payre and Wardlaw are agents
h ips In Canal Yesterday for the ship.
The KJena and the Angelburg, I
both 3,000-ton fruit ships crossed Ecuadorean Airways Manager in
each other in the Canal yester- Panama Announced Today
dry when the Helena was travel- Plinio Porcell has been ap-
lng southbound for Guayaquil pointed manager of Ecuadorean
and the Angelburg was en route Airways, S.A. (Aerea) in Panama,
to New York. It was announced today.
The Helena will pick up bana- .
naIn Guayaquil for delivery to Porcell has been connected
New Orleans. The Angelburg with the air transport business
-arried a cargo of 35.000 stems of I1nPanamafor the past ten years.
bananas from Ecuador to w The Ecuadorean airline has
Ykban.--, o Eud, r . established a route between Qul-
York. to, Guayaquil, Panama and Ma-
SBoth fruiters belong to the mi.
rQitd h."u1t% ompany and are. --_"
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dU lbwy. Voters Interested
foE-pt CH1CAGO (UP)-The Kemper
k Sbip Bound for Egypt Inrtance Group reports that
nIfted Yesterday its '"blotte r poll" Indicates an
ST lonnts Chandris, a Oreek 'zn'recedentmd interest In the
.ptnalted the Canal yestel'- presidential 'b~tltio. Each year
Sr route to Alexandria. the tgroufp. lW blotters show-
t. Ig .the e la; vote of each
. F 7,035-ton freighter arrived state a lIhas voted
from Los Angeles. Besides a since 1i 0". at8t 'this yer, the
eral cargo, there were eight companies haw'tcelved orders
rrs of canary birds aboard des- for 407,000 leottefti '~ increase
red for Egypt. of 42 pe cent ovef'}948.


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U .S. W .uhnstn ................ ..... ........... ocgI er 7 -
pASSENi.* ttWVICft ihmo NEW YORK to PLYMOUTH a I.E HAVE: ,
m.S. Liberte ................ ........ .... September 30
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No 12,179 Contral Ave. Coluo *


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*4 Tivel Ave.-Phone 3-2391 and

prourth of July Ave.-Plone a-0441


Salon de Bellea Americanu
*56 West 13th Street


Carltes Drg St.,
10.060 MealMede AV.-fne a I" C h


Agenda Interacional do PuMicacoms Propagamda, S.A.
*3 Lottery Plas Phone 1-413 *ON Street Wmoe &rnt-ti tt
Phone -esI 4Iad -4a


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FOR SALE FOR SALE
\,+ Houehuold u.n.. l
SAPLE:'8 ft. oll porcelain Fri- Service Personnel and Ciilian
& ire, 25 cycle. $100. R 13-B. Government Employes
:. eu, Navv 3445. mmen Iloet aFin
)R SAL. Luxur,ous diningroom G Gmm t Encl your new O
SALL tw inne. e ayor new
set. Bookcase and bedroom set.' w ed cla.
No. 3, 47th Street Apt. 6, Pan- ASIENCY DNHLIN4l
ama. Ne. 41 AeimiiMbHe Iow
FOR SALE.--Frigidoire refrigerator 8 Ph be -41 l i4 1-4958
cu. ft. Excellent condition. Tran"- FOR SALE;-Used tires, passenger
portes Baxtar, next to El Rancho & commercial at Agencios Cosmos,
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Coldspot, on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
60 cycle, double bed complete, phone Panama 2.4721.
dining table, chairs, motor 2-HP, FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Victoria, low
baby crib, youths bed, stroller. mileage, new condition. Phone of-
Phone 916 Colon. fice 83-6103.
*R SALE--SelIIng out furniture. FOR SALE-Cadillac Fleetwood 1947.
Snew and cheap. 3 piece liingroom duty paid and in perfect mecha-
set, dining table, china closet. nical condition. Call Panama 3-
s bedroom set. Roy Nurse 7035 3341, from 8:00 to 1200 and
apartment 17, Colon. 2 GO to 5 '2 p. m.
R SALE: Simmons upholstered. 1951 HILLMAN MINX -- 4 door
, set, couch converts into double sedan, purchased NEW late Oc-
bed. Dinette set, mahogany and tober 1951 5,000 miles, like
bamboo tables. Good condition, new, excellent condition, sacrifice
reasonable. No. 18. 50th. St. Apt. Phone Albrook 7194
2. ---- FOR SALE.-Late 50 Bu.ck, Riviera
Dynaflow, $2,000, will finance.
FOR SALE:-Suite of carved Chinese Phone Navy 3573.


S ebny furniture consisting of
S arm choirs, a settee and ti
Perhaps the last opportunity
qtquire such furniture at any p
Telephone Panama 3-0970
appointment.


R SALE:-Norge Refrigerator. 9
cu. ft. 25 cycle. Good condition.
Porcelain. Inside and out. Best
offer. 5287-~, Diablo.
fOR SALE: Household items: Re-
frigerator. 9 ft., washing machine.
tables. chairs, radio, etc ., tele-
phone Balboa 2933. House 1560
Apt. A, Gavilan Area, Balboa.
FOR SALE----Household goods, rugs,
G. E. washing machine, folding
0d, misc. Items. House 216-A,
~ftn Place (Fishbowli Ancon.


tour
abe Wonted Position
rice Secretary" with knowledge of book-
for keeping, English Spanish Steno-
graphy, wilhes palltion. Telephone
3-3723. Ponami.


WANTED

WANTED:-Anirrican couple. No.
children. Nee4. voeotion quarters
October 10th, Box 666 Fort Clay-
ton.
WANTED.-Baby's Play Pen in good
condtion. Call Rodman 3454.
Help Wanted


WANTED: Clean and tidy maid
for general housework, good sala-


Smry, good room. 10th Street No. 31,
IR 5SALE:-Leaving Isthmus. 1 re- San Francisco.
frig6rator, Westinghouse, parce-
$tn 575.00; 1 refrigerotor. Kel-
vinator $75.00, 1 Radio-Phono- SHORTS
~ 'p ah. 4uilPt-Ponom.se $100.
0; 40 *bibue of records $2.00 reHf To -
eL.; A Vih bed frames, $11.- Cyeie Too okles
80 *e., 4 nrlttresses 39" $10.00 BAY CITY, Mich. (UP) The
,*., 2 spriNl bed, ea., 55.00; I police department is being flood-
owk drumsr $12.00; I typewriter, ed with reports of reckless driv-
Royal $0D.00"; I table,' mdple !" ing on city streets. The culprits
round 26" $10.00; 1 rod and reel are not motorists. They are bicy-
* with misc. tackle $25.00; Misc. cle riders. The complainants arE
Items. Telephone Balboa 2-2742. automobile drivers.
* until 6 p. Mn.


Requiem Mass
A reqilem high mass will be
NSaturday inorning at the
IR tguel Church here for the
m f the boul of Leon Dedaer.
ma l begins at 6:30 a.m.


Indian Church Is Oldest
MASHPEE, Mass. (UP) This
town boasts the oldest still-ac-
.tive Indian church congregation
in the United States. The little
Baptist Indian church, nestling
in the forest here, Oates from
1634.


BUICKS


CHEVROLETS

DIRECT SHIPMENT PRICES
TO THE CANAL ZONE

.WE WILL GUARANTEE THESE PRICES
FOR 30 DAYS 'ONLY


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De ye" ove a deink"ig eMeml
Write Akolheu AeeeYaiMus. Se
2051 Amea, C. .
Have your bamboo furniture repair-
ed & refinished at Jimmy, opposite
ihe Balboa Garden. No. 22, Tel. .2-
5206. Panoma.


EXCURSION BUlES for special
to any port of the country.
safest and most luxurious!
Panama 2-2064.


trips
The
Coall


DR WENDEHAKE, Medical Clinic.
Estudionte Street No. 140 between
"J" and "K' Street. Phone 2-3479.
THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE
AND ONLY $45!
A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the PAN-
AMA CANAL, to COLON, SAN
BLAS, and PUERTO 6eLLO!
Lost, two tours of the year -
Sept. 19-20-2'. Oct. 3-4-5
ISponsored by Hotel El Panamal
"Pescadora" leaves Pier 17, Balboo,
Friday 6 a. m.
Arrives Colon (Strangers Club) 2.30
p. m.
Leaves Colon 9.30 p. m. for San
Bias and
Puerto Bello. returning Colon Sun-
day afternoon.
Leaves Strangers Club, Colon Mon-
day 6 a. m.
Through Canal to Bblboo.
Balboa to Saon Blis, return to Colon
$45.00.
From Colon to San Bias and return
$40.00.
Thru Canal only (either way) $10.-
00. Meals catered by Hotel El Pan-
ama. Bring slacks, shorts, bathing
suit. (flippers and spears for under-
water fishing I,, light jacket or sweat-
er. and DON'T FORGET YOUR CA-
MERA AND ROLLS OF COLOR
FILM.
Please make reservations early
through your Travel Agent. or
phone Jungle Jim at Panama 3-
1660.
Debormam Pinsher. Per Sele. Pure-
bied PupiM.. Pne CrI*el 1-
1284.


FABULOUS FISHING( IN PANAMA
BAY. Know the thrill of catching
a beautiful sailfish or marlin. Pan-
ama's waters are the sport friher-
man's Paradise. Hotel El 'Par~ma's
two boats are aovalabl6 for hire
for one day, two days etc.. with
no extra charge for fishing tackle.
For. information and rates tele-
phone Panama 3-1660 and ask
for Jungle Jim.
Muriel Hatting of the Gatun Club-
house Beauty Shop is still offennr
you our $10.00 Cold wave for $7.
50. Phone for appointment Gatun
411, Ullo Hart-Prop.
NEW LOW FARES.... SCHEDULE
SERVICE one way TO MIAMI...
$ 7.00.. NEW YORK. .$110.00
GUAYAQUIL.. $75.00.. QUITO
..$86.00. Via AREA .... "The
Route of the Good Neighbor" -
BOEING 4-engine planes-ROUND
TRIP TO..MIAMI.. $120.60
NEW YORK. .$202.30.. GUA-
YAQUIL $135.00..QUITO ....
$154.80. .Far more details see -
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE..
Opposite Ancon Busstop.. Tele-
phone.. 2.1655.

FOR SALE

FOR SAL: t- 1947 Frazer S dan.
good sape. Also refrigerator.
House 215. Apt. 10. Gatun.
POR SALE: One 5 piece set of
adiem horm lIimlu. "New." S1-0.
00. Cu.m.duS-B. Phone 5fO0.
FOR SALE-MAtched set golf club.
woods and iran, Tommy Armour,
all weIothe r tp Scotchgroln all
leather bog. 1443I-B, Owens St.,
Balboo.
FOR SALE: One Whitney Star-
meatic carriage, with mattress, it
*Cxqkllwt Cndton, also bassinette
size crib, bath for $45.00, 1404-
B, Cerr St. Feolgr.
Increase your Bowling scores. Special
reuced price On Brunswick tri-
color mineolIte bowling bells laoien
and men, $27.50 each. 80% of
all grips available. Phone, for
measuring appointment. Universal
svCorPp. IPemr 2-0834, Co-
,h 362.. 2-035.
M SALE: Piano, Miltn Studin
Model. 17th St. oast. Howe No.
4. Rom 15. "tor, P m.
rpa SALE:-Sa"-Cie, Steel Vone-
tion blinds 42" x 60" Podd4
Comrni board 78" MJ7, PFrigIdot
re 25 cycle (unit only, no ba).
Cristobal 2161 Colon I3, 11 u.
d&lf. MBoU 9071, 10th St.


REPORTS


INJOY COIL weather in -
Compono. Water, gas,
Phone IUAPMUL, Balboea
Cosino Santa CWaro. Dance mudle b
Casino Aces. No reservations n e'
cessory, gO f ari Sund y
Houses on I I&H at Santa CI.
Phone ritIHMIL Bolboo aIti.
PHILLPS Ommide Co tat .
onhl court In Santa Clato with t:
Ocenview from all cottages. Si
to beachlk Rock Gas, reftrilgerelew
baetrbomcue nd shuffle board. Pah*
*mn 3..1871. Mergirto 3-1615.
Box No. 435 Boalboo.
Gramlich Santo Clara beachO
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, ga a
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone'
6-441 Gambom, 4-567 Pedro Mi-


guel.
FOR RENT
Houso ,


FOR RENT:-By contract, 4 bed-
room chalet, completely furnished.
Telephone 2-3181, Panama.
FOR RENT:-Residence in El Con-
grejo, three bedrooms and Studio.
Call 3-2899.
FOR RENT
Apartments


ALNAMBRA AATMIuNTSi"
Two and five room furnished and
unfunlshed oportments; private en-
cloe d gardens. 8061. 101t Street.
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
1386.
FOR RENT: Beautifully situoted,
two bedroom aoplmient, living-
dinlngroom, maids quarters, gar-
age, to tenant willing to buy the
furniture. Call 3-3319 between
8 end 9 a. m.


FOR RENT:--Smel pOrtnm*Qt, suit-
able for office or -bachefor. No. 10
Peru A~aux, upstairs, opply be-
tween 4 (1 4 p. m.


floor.


BARGAIN! .4x-room house, second
lot from Via I fpr.'l.Nr "Ba-
turro" B.6,0.0O,. Tlphone 2-
3511 Panem6.,



Ri*ls Lay ".


WAh to, Septo. U-
(SBlIS)--Mlway construction
activity Is riftng throughout
Central Awima despite bort-
agea of e ant and the in-

cetratiing Il really on Im-bt

portent a routes to the
Atlan tic Pacific and on
aIprovniag aiunications be-


Ga routes rvlng to com-
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antic aW6 aclf. 3 don
ham just t unlcats for the
constructon AC"Fe Paifi hbh-
way and iseqM tamtug _4to

tic outlet ort pubo e P tu .
Randurom a f stabmlihed a
spread' ank fed s lor hihwa
construction = an caemmmau
highway pd m ca ling f
the aonatructm I an ftmmavrInL
feeder roads, Iud1nga -
waily route to Amtlaadl. ald


.UMMERCIAL 4
PROFESStONAL

Protect your b oft
the danger of olatalnef
and flies wit
REMOVABLE ALUMINUM
SCREEN FRAMES
Rote then money and Week
having advtgagffe.-
1. 90% to 40% cheaper than
ny other screen
8. Can be removed or re-
Olaced in a few seconds.
8. 3 or 4 pound weight makes
cleaning a Uitht boume-
kBeping lob.
4. Prame never rusts. rota or
needs Dainting.
. green eualy replaced at
action of usl coat.
S. Admits more air and light.
"CO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Cntral Ave
Tel. 3-41U


MODERN FURNITUiR
sipcM Rem e mrinr
vmn e mvme o miu
asWl% lin
do Isvu em u-Ai


TrMaportM huxt.. S. A.L
Shipping, moving. at&ra,
We pa6Ic and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2461,
2.2562, PanamnL


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New MC CXU'H
lastrBme In How
To Lead CoQfrece
A new course offt nrt .
mester bours oft cred=1
offered In tR e
of the 0anal i
beginning with ftS am
The new offed
Irat time, entitled C
Leadership and 14 de
give those who enroll the oOi
tunity to develop and prU
the xillbs nd techniques ltov
ed in conducting a sucef
conference.
During the past decade th
conference beeUhniq ha xd
widespread appilation- in btMl
ness, laduty>, and many gOv
emrment agencies. Many mt
United States ilndatries haV
adopted the technique to the ex
tenm that they train their super
visory and adlnlsttratv. Per
6onel in coforencma 1-1ur
People inslereted In or ac=et
club program, ad ime lke wl
find the course content usetu
and practical
The new course will be taughl
by B , 0 MaUy, Adstla t Trpn
ing Offtcer, Personel Bureau.


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Aelped t 000
their Serviems 4ba i
wer all btuillt _hl_=.tI
with de$r-n.abt
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on Sept. M .- M
The course wwe I h at the
Union ChusqA' fi. .
Cristiobal wl Mr, C.
Clelland and M. MM E
elelesdy as c i
Norman B. tDvlton wE W. ofe
of the training comultants who
wUl help with the 1i-hoar
Amenl the program actvtUs,
which the a, hopes to fCw
VIU be the bbSSl of the oait
movement, wwawm, Insl5pu,
ranks, local orgaalation, cuwr
moales, record keeping, tube
ancring. creative a
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m i House on Afton
BlSv. on Wednesday and Priday
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MUi Petttn Kenmedy wMl be
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Itulti-Midofort Golf


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Jrnokoline Tourney To Be

Peld At Brazos Brook Club


Panama Shoots PeraIto 54

For Ist Place Walla in Su


o- i I r B- - Y L '-e- '
i. e rookline Tournament which is annually | | l i' n *0 '
sp. nsored by Casullo's of Colon, sole distributors T i 1 n Rat p bl
in Panama and the Canal Zone of the famous MPir'ti- J s b l L v
fortfot r.-atches, is the next tournament on top AMATEUR BASEBALL WORLD a' C .A': : ..
r' tVie Brazos Brook Country Club. SERI S P IflfgCSt
TiP Cl-'th memb-rs are request- enter this event in force and 7 TE STANDINGS r ares N W o a.,
I to mrk-e up their two men thus encourage the Tournament GROUP "A" y BItbT MOISE .
__ ms and post their entry on Committee to continue their po- TEAM Won Lost Pet. 0 -
ebulletin I'oard not later than.liev of having such competitionsOuba .......... 4 0 1.000 .. -.,
%rday, E ept. 2? at 4-00 p m. operating continuously through- .Puerto Rico.......4 In a rest meeting this is the possibility of 101
Iere is one pttpulation which out the year.o Nicaragua .... ..3 1 .7o0 of mt u of the o Uorganized bom!e.bs%
S don- not 'i-rmit the combined ...... I Mexico ....... 4 s .571 Atratewr aebafllAa gt through the League .
harlll"a.s 'of the oartnrs to b | .. a .. i a b.......... 2 4 .333 gpln0s. their 195 The probable reitst at of
S ea- than 1q rnd therefore mtom- blfll m El Salvador ...... 1 5 .167 biget according to the Winter Leg yel npye .
beri are equtioned to check th, ***W EE i a1 Honduras .... ..a.. 0 4 .h000 eve pOs .i .. nml-Pro e la to M g i
hac:lcaI :oard before oostin'.," toffcials have w- mssioner Joea Na b t l
the r cntry as a number of f lIaNH In 1b I GROUP "B" tak to make base to meet with the Pant ..
chenies have b-.n made by the TEAM Won Lost Pet. local-rae fans a show wt teur Federation to discuss the '
Fri'dlcep Committee effective T.. .a. L Dominican Rep. ... 4 1 .800 lug. Important connect tPatter. Most of these b0s. baid
Sr- .cmber l"th lOUFtNV Inl Wfl Venezubla ...... 4 1 .80'l State#le associations wil ye svwed a five-year ertod In-
*'t '-cars winning team of *'*', v PANAMA ........ S 1 .750 the plIaI "something to t tlvty-penalty before restor-
S K("'-e and Chadwick will not h" L. a Colombia .. ..... 2 3 .400 at, n of Amateur stats-yet have
able ) compete as partners tht l b ,,of ,..razos Boo C Costa Rica .. .. .. 1 3 .250 The 7 e st steps tkenf been constantly refused rein-
S vep -ause Chadwick's hndi pla their finals matches Guatemala ..0.... 5 .000 direto were: ll) At'ln i statement.
cpr hr. been considerably sla; h-this week n the Canadian Club ____ with the National Amateur 16 '
ed in the meantime so Captain o.onored, tournament. Three Todav's Games ball ]Pderation; (2) lM Opening date, with appropri- k
Kooke. vho has a flare in dis- chapons will emerge. One se Cuba vs. taragua After- agreetlme with minor a k ate ceremonies, will be on or th
cov-rine hidden talent will hnv', mi-finals match is to be playedt'- noont -' tefy owner ut January i i, t o. The new- T .
to look around for another also. nenCloeo Burns F meets MOa- Panam6 vs. Costa Rict (kNtht). e beter prospts of ti i crowned champlonk from Pa- t'hisB
'rlr .er." an Taylor in FlIght One battle. Honduras vs. Cuba (Night). tryouts with theil organlztm ratso will battle t Nee rfnner-ut
"" _z"he winner o.fthis match, post- Yesterdav's Results (0 )) t reinft.temett eLt lMver City outft t Paalso. In *... .4- W
A- .mnol Tolfer; t e aware. a cne ed by the illness oS Mrs. TaV- Dominican Republic 7, Vene- Wilter League 16 their s l t the secondary openers, L -a .Doesw!a Diet i%
Bron;llne Tournamer t prescribes- fou. meets Harriet Sererw tfor the zuela 4 /t~is, and 4) Th e broad will travel to Santa rns and Red w s 1=0UbiPre
.*lor all members of the foursome! lt"l..lg Two. finalMsts are Mexico 5 El Salvador 1 aeso of the league. Tank will cross the Isthmus to h,- M ---
to drive off ever tee a.ter which Faye Day and Marie Parks while Aruba 17, Honduras 0. 1e affillation with the 'A' battle against Chagluts. to a f "S'h
the respective partners decide Margaret Leigh and Jane Huldt- Arua Honura. wi mean thatI a represents h Te board of directors sche. .. ..
Swhh "dri-c then vp-ll use in order hues remain in Flight Three. HAVANA. Sept. 18 (UPl-Ve- tain will travel to play I A dled to meet .t tn Suridayab e
to p'ay aloer.netre stro:es until In the semi-final matches, nezuela and the Dominican Re- World Series of Amateur Septemberr 21) at 2:0 p.m. In te a b shuema
T4h- one bll is holed d. Mrs. Serger bested Ruth Pullero public wound up In a tie for top held yearly In the UI the Paraiso Oymnplum. All PlaEmrN ha eke
.s tournament o be nla-d Mrs. Parks beat Dorov th LaCrol:'honors In Grou '"B" of the Ama- ... This. ofcourse, will me-mbers, manager sad persons h e Wllae plat
Sn ra" with i- of the I ip dif- bn na Iy won over etih Morris teur Baseball World Series anild and abetter brand of baeb Interested are urged to attend
f-', In th hqndps b6in,13 n-1 1. Margaret Lel ci ended both teams along with Pan-ama from the play'ets. Coupled Wit thisvery important meeting.- "1 1..,'.
allo'-ed An entrv fee or lof 1.0Gwen Applequist, 3 rnd 1. and lo on to the finals. if PanuiIa resa.i bt
for each player has been aoprov- Jane Huldtquist was victorious defeats Costa Rica today she 'will U deea s, I
.ed by the sponsors which is to be over Bea Van dr Zee. lon the other two in a triple tle doesn int a
donated to the Brazos Brookin this g e *Oe 's..a .. .. sad
;b-'ntrv Club. The Ser'er-Puller match was Me omin'icns defeated the * Jeasels .' _-
Th- winners will epch receive decided on the 19th hole after venezuelans for the first time in a -t hta 7l a st i J
.'nd Mull-Midofort watch' th eventual .inner. three down this series 7-4 drawing event, m.ihw ile the
1hst there will te priz"s for the vifh three holes to olav. tot two it th, ,outh A- erlan team SNOWCROP Fo3 ipons, tbheH,I. Homa team, with -laeL' ..t
runners-up It has also been de-. -rs end a bo'ie to pull evenlI o, w dn. lost KwLES tC E LA threee untsr out oa fod. thoma .*.-M .ot r s- p -
re'- l' to award spc'. orles as the' afterr the relation R holes. The onlIme leftin Group IN MAJOR LMAGU. took the t gi me by a scot of mistetripS ea.=Tes 1.*n- Te
To--rtament progrEsscs. Then. on the 19th hole. M"rs. Ser- ',1" is today's between Panama. .862 to 823, but uerza y Luzrate rif o 4 (tw. minute ,mads,) five .
Contestants are urged to redis- er reached the green in two and which has won three and lost Ted Melan*l'a nowerop fose- back and took the ntt two byp amtteF centebt. t
t.r their entry by Monday. Sept drooped her second putt for the one *nd Costa Rica. But win or en Foods bowing ta increased scores of 890 to 06 and 910 to
22, so that the pairing can be victory. Both ladies Iplaeved ex- lose Panama Is assured of third Its lead n the Majopr Bowling 863. Pinfall was 229 to 3531 In J701' OtI1 a fotUse 1P
nade the same ni.ht tor the "llent competitive golf, Ms. place and a berth in the finals. IMapt Tuesday eve. ng at ttoe favor of the powemen.. .
I'fBt round play which has to be Serter costing a 92 despite a ten- IT Group "A" Mexoo defeated Dilauo elghtlk uloe bowl- Thom was high with.1 fty5,.5 or"--t -L
'toorleted by Sunday evening. ttroke hole and Mrs. rPulr. who Salvador 5-1 and Aluba, t. Ifm ae" tI l over Lo- and 194 tor 585 for tht wvers, !g!- # alt -
9B1'. 27. has not been very active the past isla strong after we start. cal . W.<. VS AbeWe of and Harley with 50 wsh for
In the event of sickness or the vc-r. eettin. a 95. Mrs. Serger scored the ,va t lepgdm tre.e to- on,, .w rfen the loers.
.ece~aslty of any player having to will ola_ either Cleo Burns or of the series hen t s foods e ttam by. Team landings after the mc. .
wor.: he cmn desleaate another Marian Tavylor for the Flight One Honhras 17-0 a s.o ._; eon| obd week of play:
member of the clump to substitute c'-m-'onship. Cub, l the ordv undefeated by a lei t914, -
Ytr him provided tIat the corn- Finalists in the three flights team and hea n tGroup "A" With but dto 917. Snowcrop rowen Food 8
4ilned handicaps of the aubsti-[ lll be battling for Canadian four wan ThesGUb wi"nd"up ith pt W to LA. poftorientsesa tld6t 5 l -
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HONOLULU T. H.. Sept. 18 "'Let the p
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The evacuees described the WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 mine-heur typhoon that drove -Ousted Atty. Gen. J. Howard been permitted to resign." He sad both men wla and se pl t.m
m s aerea the island as a McGrath sharply crticlzed Pre- Asked about his own fir- bual hamen" and did -. dale for the 1e1ltebAh
"alhtmare of howins r winds sident Truman yesterday for ing, McGrath said the Pre- tI T, oinanci al ate t dntial nflatin,. neI od
ar Johnson. a Fl rigors." firing T. Lamar Caudle, the sident has a right to have he $aid he received last spring that McGekt -
Airline elnson, said he scram- Justice Department's chief tax whomever he wants in the abl" $40,000 in Cbame a millionairee" While Ift
bled from the debris of a chl-r prosecutor, and vigorously de- cabinet. boM his 22,500 wsard t.ublic ofcfle. At the tiue .Me-i
lapping quonset hut to cling to I fended another department of- In other testimony, McGrat Attorney generalin fa rath "thahked" tala *to f
a tree for four hours during ficial now under fire in the St. sold that while attorney general the only law fee he.' co n .
the height of the storm Mon- Louis tax s~andal. IYe appointed 1two friends and capted during his eS .. McGrat told tldhe su- ,. t "..
da McGrath also gave a House business aan eates-Karold 0. time fn office, he-. ade4'. committee he d the yliee ...
e was one of the few hurt. Judiciary subcommittee investi- Paul of Britol. R. I., and C. 1t3t 33 aor Trefl ? f eartinnt 4 3 to pdble WI' S -* "I
suffering a head injury that gating the Justice Department Merlin OKeefe of Providence Cet to a Rhode Island r portaton at sdamaMI
kept him only semi-conscious a breakdown of his 1951 Income. as directors of enemy-owned in 1950. PlAnk Costello, New York un- r.t Lillian i l.
throughout his experience. The financial statement companies seized by the got- Htatold E. Stassen, president derworld figure., R1.. g Mneo6 atl
Robert Moore, also of the Fly- was a reafftation of Repub- R e .said .M Wa.iv'f defledd e jt ot De.riod.
Ing Tiger line. was bruised over ulcan chdrlfes that he be- .. deportation C uld be taen
his entire body. Chief petty of- came a wstlionafre while in and recoMnoiMeW agait -
fcpr Maynarad Joseph Fontane. B - den.turtaon -ro- S ;.
WtIr ,iAton Calif., was cut ab McGrath angrily denied that W orW Ba il Suggests5 eard enedeings.. I W S Ln
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Pew d managed to sal- support to asitant Atty. Gen. -- hard to find a w to deport ,.
Wtre eaethrlh beyond the Ells N. Blak Who Is under fire WAS.RINGTON, Sept. I.- liabs in the main towns and twohis a The 1ing.bt the. I iua get
thg they wekS wearing for his part in the case. iUSI8)--RecommenlatlarB tor IMany bf the.smaller communi- whic. arrives in' t. An et the
wihe te Iu-mtme-sa-ahbur McGrath. a long and close a ftve-yeat progrxe for Nuara- ties; (f) increasing the number aodaandwh -latr
typh~ot pp t t iny tell friend of the Presidett, was gua's e development of coffee trees by 25 per cent U"maA sal ~fo '-' -
oaday morning. levl fired last sprin In the midst were made publicto today by the #att expanslon of cattle produ-e. 2Bh b Rd d'
SLn the tlaa.d b, of the Justice Department cor- International Bank. lor Recoo- twor to the statue of a major A Dana V nnapete y fft o _
osf ttsttllaoetasso. eruption fuss. But in testifying struction and Development industry: (g) establishment of .!me. I 6 W vW I efiel I. JteP w i li
the. fir off t-e vanguard plane yesterday he did not complain World Bank), The report Of I several new thdustries as well a.l_ .M o Crl t|,. *.'.
ine a rs o t te vanatir pane of the way he t sent to Nicaraswon to as nnumor eOf rain storage Sept. S.
. blue rY a m striped He tqld the House. Investiga- work out the ram W*a pre- plants; hA edutletn i in the "-v"' -
-Srt. -8bahd bee a hoto tors, however, thet Caudle was sented last weelto the Wiara- date of 1ilty and, a te in.. action ne belfitWt - :
Srad fb re Mtary Air "wrongly treate In ie sum- guat governetsaht. vocatonal .Id technical edu- A c aoen trbed trWe to en- caust of negotltMo gw*o a I
bu lost all baer u forms. dent. ha sad hae Utho does ,,guthat ia B Wti# C- "* ..medium TandB Dttoe mate arrauh u lb to e ta ilitiO



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Sa 5tr rdnmuI ulat antina et*wt thO c, int t3inattnhe aIgate re.a T .,
Bso at an th-ink i f"p were a phical ot i for g 1owt try a n, the zslefio le s me taer-a n



th S ean sael." plant e odeal. thdeorideoute" the y 't uas T. EWholSe STa once iso-i the United States Araf Carb- ben arrnd to aI*
. Wmmtban said she and Cthatudle, a drawling North Ca- e by ted rm Maa a trae bean, from command f co-- yg daof aut bhJah e ~ \
any other women and chl- rotan is scheduled to restart fec use theit the capital f. Cons- level has a offeo h he shi
dre on Wae pent 24 hourn later today. Other e-Ju ct u- ble amount aon uned who a ar with oneto

La J d Wrfeof mta e -1 o -- -sot ted wth Mc e u ee a t miht are handed on the to. regulate. of every expiration ot the pen are
t Jmos da SSbas oiriom Gih*th willutet ^ la5 n*w.?er and H. P- tt ttatr-Amertoan o Offhwayce. ri n fo. 8fr ment with the lonaMmaen
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2?%*iS& Cc omment- a B% d et ^iwfalmslh Iwto "ate 916 ord Cerp sohn V. tsper Leirn. "re '*tion .e t *
m our eome and all our Te osiad jt a tew day b tenn tt- et e te schratallume of a-e tame Terminal Building f
SwC aItVsn.esouos "I don| t condoner a ush e d dt w e ntnt,, Le mis g elecUo0 s a in to mathe fteroone local per- !ece to no







"I UOT my ruibed wedding Mcrarth said of aandle* "I be- lpecile objectives: ..... Wng their craa mlAt del arert
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1-I was mn tears." I still think r e s as Anet hiway narork aettcte under a sk Ib n officer for the irt fre:tember 4 i
u etna ".. a d s n What w/11 a .lt.0/ 0 feti an i-ii Q dee-IAaMnt stimulated byrhroad Pointed out tha .t every unit of ery of eriwhb;ble loeAIt. IA
a. W.a"depane deeal. d rerbuilding. Whole Mess-once iso- the United Stt 'Au .Carb- been afrnged to afee the


M'rs. W a. msaid she and C ude a drawlingaas wtht TNorthaCa- ted Squadron t Abroode bee froa commafic dide opasen et kha dl -
any other women and chil-- ,row linaft, Is scheudled to testify t e ioa kst e capital dI y. Consi- ileVel, has a vot officer da so that the shi-.I
ren an Wake ent 24 hours In later today. Other exn~tta-Justice n av~e dtn. ao . hoi or t t te
"etiol m Gk11 hom atd. ri.th. whill tetify later. -t g A ter-A- wrican highway. It i a te. S. 11"t her lnho,
Mrs. Rachel Mcndam, origin- It was revealed recently tint duw., m and" p ro -n.
,id Caudle once gave Wr. Truman It ]TIs w .thth the next five .-"-6. Atlantic side nasenferh .
beto teraADoad th worin ft he w ant=Ak t ecet I nd ".ompletaono or a'it....:JohnlVoterhare sailing on the
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