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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: AA00010883:00144
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S.' -FMM ATTrACTIONS
writer fails to understand Why some people rpI'M-
4a the fact that PanCanal employes (UtS Rate) never h
," make mbre than they could in the e tste Ad
t' the only reason they stay here."
anyone* with a grain of common sense knows that the only
t toany f us are down here is that, everything ele being
r' we lN do better here than in the V. 8. And the oaly
I| of su Such as mysel4f.igally came dawn Is
S th l or fae a trawln ut d dW to stay
There wee sOme advantages in lv here, even. uooght
eted to a relatively mild type of totaliarlan form of got-
) AndJ'ust what Is wrong with that? It Is the accepted cus-
' of all private companies as well as government agencies to
Uifr an aaded Inducement, generally in thq fim of more mo-
*lev or cheaper living costa. for employment in l gn _W"lce.
Does anyone seriously believe that we ebjoy nmothsaof
aunp.m hufd, swelternlg weather fighting t .ekroaohes and
:q gWe tused toM t true, but that 4c 't mean we en-
Sucertainly, after living in this sort of climate for many years,
the prospect of cold, freezing weather and gaow, in the States,
ian't enticing, but living here becomes simply the lesser of two
What we an Rrelpn about is that every.real advantage that
ever existed for mployment here is gradually being taken away
trom us with little opportunity to fight it since we are now gov-
emed by an absentee Board of Directors. This board is, in fact,
nothing more or less than another "Isthltan Canal Commis-
sion" under which Canal construction was nevet able to proceed
satisfactorily until Oqethals was given prateally carte-blanche
authority to bypass it and get things done.
It is interesting to note that as soon as the last board meet-,
A*R was over most of the directors quickly left the Isthmus -
prhaps to avoid some brickbats that mit come their way.
_4 Zonite.
TRANalSTHMIAN PATROLS
The recent cries from the traffic law violators leads me to
We at combined enforcement may be saving many lives.
0 n rte e driver, descendant of the successful Roman
7 t100 screams for more speed or blood as e two terms are
A few years ago cars ran over peo and killd them and
M ded r fi aphended was sometimes with Involun-
% y ter and it proven was pAnished by us-r
,g t4vt pr.vlegag or a few ain aIn }aand perhaps
Our modern way of life deems the pedestrian leaps in front
W the ecr.
11is rmults in dented fenders, damaged radiate and other
t*fimveiTlmces; the drivers are rushed to nearet.hospitals aid
treated for shook and whatever other drug adaietlo they may
S e WtiW" from. The pedestrian remlps *quiet ad offers no
te ln toine Panamanian Bee and military poe have
SlIt, advntue to aoetoe because their respective
IMfgle WarMSW *ad afhouih the border does not stop cars
tdPl6ele. It does stop legal jurIsdletion.
The now tea-consaloes Zonian feels all public vehicles to e
a alt omala anad S6 ordes tat they oe af to anoy him. e
was O ftve les too fast ad he only klMed that smaH
.. V Wa 6e toeler that only took a little of the bank's
That mly took a little over fifty
A- It might be do dryers' RIv
mnut xuef to be osauht 'an pay a
03S 2ap ms ma tWi eIshmus a nice sale pl
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agreIe tully wit Vote of twperlence (Man Ba Sept 18),
h I ai a Ammrican girL
arn OC"ne a& same kindot j. ie has. Love ad
m Iuy ha, munis*d m- evey-
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not woo them n thit oAW ifn.
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Mmoeratic o mc iefs AM.
told them hitlyv !to e the
At's "nose lean" pMially.
He had woq w iYsl tfts by,
hundreds of thosltada of otV
without labor's help and the
insinuation was that Gen. ien-
hower could do It. too.
The Seesr was her to
welcome the delegites amdnot
numake a poN l speech lbut
before he f Sfea- to tt
most beauXtl state the
eo ntrt frtm the beseh to
the CatskfilU" h rseted petl-
tleal hutery by warts th
AF In e fet to stay out* o f*-

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Oen. NIsenhower was due on t t
same platform obviously n w
to be rebuffed by the AM L Whi
Sprerng to oam m an r a nt
sen. M it instead of 1m9hawr.
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command has deOded to afnt
up the ehallMge and get
tough. There Is Rpublian unity
on this strategy new In a tSpt
assist running from Dey to
Taft to Misenhowe.
Thoe who were thInking About
Ike's statimet 0 the f Deal
AFL convention were prpared to
at Esefnhower to come otu fte
repeal of the Tatt-Hartley Labor0
Management At. The
had tentUatively anreeM itt
he had not yet std the
speech nor itst i.mp= ,
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Taft who set the date iT oW
the AFL convention so the pi--t
al labor issue, which ma ell
determine the entire el eC n
might be discussed over ham
and eggs.
ute Omeueh of that
talk t6 SBeatSe efta1 M
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-- 's mostl the Meod looking gay Mhat do this out of all of Nowemr, the ano
a. The re they can get anyone they want. ey o rging labor to
Tin am u amat so good looking are the ones wh e a pUts was not
n Ital S a. 01se treat lthe idr dirty lke this. I have 'UIrn'
sA& ee zaesay eztam out of &U I kno who turned out Ekm thltd. j e i
ha ned to be the one I te
.am a a fmtu Balboa and my parents know I go out with thtgtS worked
Thsae with me that some of them are evn nicer s le ed at he

6 U^Mat guysI rve ever known. They treat the girbs bftIer a s*
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-asI'mnw It,# Sot Just a front.
S aa aine of the mothers of girls ought to breakdown.
3t their daughtWe ego out with soldiers. They will tin
Samma" toe, but they are slightly better than the
fLt eI u, th0 U mO a N fthe countryCf. tfU
I thbnk that if the soldiers had some decent girls to yId oat
ewoulddBthavtoK0to"Nma o t togetibterIfttupt
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ts_ .n d Fre t a,. aMBePARAiAMeRnICAN


p and Freight-hps and Planes-Arrivals and


BARBER LINE
Accepting passengers for
NEW YORK
by the

M. V. "TUDOR"
Sailing September 25th.
.Every Room with Private Connecting Bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & CO, ApplNC
C. B FENTON & CO., INC.


FENTON BUILDING
CRISTOBAL.
Tel. Cris.-1781.


PACIFIC TERMINAL BUILDING
BALBOA.
Tel. Bal.-IM5.


Shipping & AirLine News
0
Meaitto Transits 'nes DeWees. Mrs. Marion Fabre-
With 416 Passengers Ra and son. Mr. and Mrs. Web-
There were 416 passengers a- srer G. Farrell and 2 children,
board the Rangitoto when it Mr. and Mrs. Arits;des Fernan-
transited the Canal yesterday. dez and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
The ship is bound for Wel- Roberto FernAndez. Miss Grace
Ungton. New Zealand. from Lon- Fettes. Miss Josephine Florin.
don. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Furh.
Norton and Lilly are local a- Albert E Goguen. Mrs. Marie,
gqUta for the ship. E. Gogueh. Philip Hadarits, Da-'
niel R. Harned. Max R. Hart,.
Farmer Braniff Manager In Walter M. Hartman. Miss Belle
fale Mag Advertisement Heit. Mr. and Mrs. Julius J.
Donald Grefe. former man- Hentschel. Mr. and Mrs. James
r r of the PanamA office of 'K. Hicks and 2 children, Mrs..
aniff Airways, was featured Melida Horan and daughter.
sp the inside of the front cover: Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Jones
of the current issue of Time and 2 children. Miss R e g i n a
S hslnziie. Kelly. Reverend John King,
retfe is now manager of'Russell L. Klotz. Mr. and Mrs.
Braniff office in Buenos Aires. Francis H. Kollman and son.
He and his wife. the former Reverend Joseph Konen. Mrs.
Orace Bennett, were residents'Florence Lagarde, Mr. and Mrs.
af the Isthmus for many years
mand were active In dramatic cir- (Continued on Page FIVE)
eles.


&S. Panama To Arrive
Mere Today
The heads of three PanamA LL LAill AN KK A
CVat Company Divisions areI
smong the passengers who are A
arrifing here Monday aboard LEa y
the S.S. Panama of the Pana-
1A Line. They are: Russell L. r -
'tzs. Chief of the Housing Div-
alon; Richard L. Sullivan. Gen-
*or Manager of the Commlssa-
1y Division and P. Alton White,
V 1ef of the Dredginr Division.'
With Mr. Bulivan are his wife
,2*d their two small children;
White is accompanied b odby Brhners' L t
wile. All have b on va- Ame ion bein
Sit the nlt rates. at .. which In
eeS; ;ir-- ulinte transportation.,
Ma ednes- tine: cmho1el.,
,~e i s^r ..York dwoo rm,
pu wpTh onearrtval and departure,
ilJTQ J~lola M.ll. The teeti~niw Mandinm
J5>e, paMuenSg pr1 ceived m.ab vwhen % i ent
ltse hoit, a*nd rafl, bus,
I P a. anaihak'tr. sad Mrs. and ake tamer where
P.. t tA. Zmltapayw and iteur. We wraemi efvrythinl .
e h A. Aeh- Travel th. "Carefree Way"
*CHic, Pp dlf fiO r. and ,
l. lergl Mr. and with
R. tman and
ter, Mr. 'and Mrs. Donald'
Bowea. Mr. and Mrs. Walter
,. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. frank I
Brya.
Frank Canavagglo. Mr. Mar- BO D.
t'aet L. Canavag o. Mrs. Dor-
t Cantway. Mr. and Mrs. s "L.o qtret Tel 2-1M
e H. Carnright. Capt. and Panamb 2-EU.
Marshall J. Clarke, Adam
Cobb, Mr. and Mrs. Louis E1i. I
n. Mrs. Celeste B. Coleman
"id daughter. Mrs. Marion Con-
L mi. Richard W. Coy
7ir. and Mrs. Jerry W. Deta-
,tIar and 2 children. Miss AR- ..--.-_a

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UNITED FRUIT COMPAw

Great White Fleet -
Aftiveg *
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE Clit=aI
"S.S. Cblrlal ................................
.S. Levers Bead................................ep
*S.S. Clhriqui ..................................... O .
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NEW YORK SERVICE


S.S. Veragua.................................... SepLt
S.S. Cape Cod....................................Sept.
S.S. Parismlna ................ ............... Sept.
S.S. Cape Cumberland ......................... Sept.
'reV relt eroil u al a t
Coat Control wad o" "'Mm


Passenger SaMiU. to
New Orleans tia Tela, Honduras


Sails from
Crtlstobal


S.S. Chiriqui ...................................... Oct. 23
S.S. Chiriqui............. .........................Oct. 7
weeklyy ai n n Twelve amager iship to NNew ork Moble.
Charleton. Los Angelen, San Pneb and Seatte
SPECIAL NOTICE
We wish to announce a new speMlb tlmnd trip'rate of
S270.00 for pansae on our twelve ps inger ships sailing
weekly from Balboa to Los Angeles r Ban Francisco,
returning from Los Angeles. tiekst UBaied to four
months. effective September 15th to May 15th.


TELEPHONES:


CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2-2M04 COLON 20



be Pack Steam mNwltbn Company
INCORPORATED Bt kOWAL CHARTER 184
Royal Ma Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT ANB PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA


TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
S.S. "CUZCO" .....................................Sept.
M.V. "SAMANCO"..................................Oct.
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"......................Oct.


TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUMA
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACI TCO" (18, TWsm) ..... ..
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAVERRY"............................... Oct. I
S.S. "KENUTA"..................................... O t. 15
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "DALERDYK"................................Oct 4
S.S. "LOCH GARTH".............................Ot. *
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.V. 'UONG DYK"............................... Sept,
M.S. "DARRO".................................... ept.
S.S. "LOCH RYAN".. ................................ 9 I
Acceptig Passem ngers h iThid Clo
All Samf flhi ubj to Change WiteMt NeotU
PACIFIC STEAM NAVTIOM'R ON 0., CrilMebal Tel. 1654/
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*3 Lottery Plasa Phone -1411


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2: FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Luxurious diningroom
set. Bookcose and bedroom set.
No. 3, 4ith Street Apt 6, Pan-
oma.
FOR SALE:-Household gooos. rugs.
G. E. washing machine, folding
beds, misc. Items. Hous-I 216-A.
:Z Darien Place iFshbowll Ancon.
1 FOR SALE:--Leaving Isthmus. I re-
frigerator, Westinghouse, porce-
lain $75.00, I refrigerator, Kel-
vinotor $75.00, 1 Radio-Phono-
graph, Capehart-Panamrnuse $100
00; 40 albums of records $2 00
r. eo., 3 Wooden bed frames. $11.-
00 eo.. 2 mattresses 39" $10.00
eo., 2 springs, bed, ea., $5.00; I
oak dresser $12.00; I typewriter.
Royal $20.00; I table, maple 2z
h. round 26" $10.00; I rod and reel
with misc. tackle $25.00; Misc
items. Telephone Balboa 2-2742.
until 6 p. m.
FOR SALE -Mahogany China closet.
late model, in excellent condi-
tion. Apply at apartment 17, lost
floor. 202 Central Avenue, after
S 5:00 p. m.
S FOR SALE-All porcelain, apartment
size, Westinghouse refrigerator
S Z* 25 cycle. $45, call Navy 3511.
i fR SALE:-One Frigidaire refriger-
toar. 7 cu. ft. One metal venetian
blind 191"). One pair end tables.
Phone Balboa 1305, anytime.


fOR SALE:-1 circular couch IChi-
nese design upholstery). 2 circular
mahogany coffee tables. I frame
chair with cushions, to match
couch, $175.00. Albrook 86-6212
or Qirs. 304-A.
fOR SALE; Simmons sofa-bed.
$100.00. Call after 4:30 p. m
week days, after 10 a. m. So'tur-
and Sundmay. 2020-C, 2nd St.
S: nur, cZ. .
9S0t Stmmeois upIlstered
couch converfi IW double
Dinette set, mdhoany "and
wbo tables. Good condition.
, W.nable. No. 18, 50th. St. Apt.


E;-9rand hitet rnetonel
t t7 u. rtfrwemctIr.
,Jn raffle ',original 'crate.
"374.00, sell for $270.00
Alsoi Wikhfter 1 2 gou.e
repeftr. Phone 678-L,

SALE.-Custom built mahoga-
ny crib wit hmattfas, never used.
ny crlb with mattrss, never used.
fR SALE...Itefrigrewr all porce-
. in Wetinghous 9 cu. ft. or
i-. Ph1ie 8 cu.. ft. 2 electric docks,
[: RCA record ployer with amplifier.
All 25 cycle and encellent condi-
""-Wtn. -Phon 2-44MS-4ttboo).

IDR SALE:-Two mahogany chests
Sill drawers, $35 each. Balboa 2-


WANTED
Miseelaaneom
' tIbANTED:-American couple. No.
Children. Need vocation quarters
October 10th, Box 666 Fort Clay-
' ton.
,ARTNER WANTED $11,000, ne-
Msemry. Hove option for boat,
w, lb str and pbrila fillets from Ga-
Si -leaos Islands. Big returns pos-
AI |ble. Write P. W. Box 134, Pan-


FOR SALE
Autonmhilte.
Service Prannel and Civilian
Goveminnt Enmploye
Imlnsist aon
Government Emplaoyes Finance Co.
When you finance your net
o ued car.
AGENCY DINLINlR
No. 43 Awtemebile Rew
Phone 8.4914 3-4915
FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencies Cosmos.
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2-4721.
FOR SALE-Cadillac Fleetwood 1947.
duty paid and in perfect mecha-
nical condition. Coill Panama 3-
3341, ferm 8:00 to 12:00 and
2.C00 to 5 /2 p. m.
1951 HILLMAN MINX 4 door
sedan, purchased NEW late Oc-
tober 1951 5.000 miles, like
new, excellent condition, sacrifice.
Phone Albrook 7194.
FOR SALE:-Late 50 Buck, Riviera
Dynallow, $2,000, will finance
Phone Navy 3573.
BARGAIN! 1947 Mercury Club
Coupe, WSW, radio. spotlights.
duty paid. Must sell today. Tele-
phone 3-4457.
FOR SALE:-Hillman Minx Sedan.
late '50, very good condition, un-
dercoated, when new. 5 new re-
caps. only $900. Call Curundu
6262 or see at 2100-A W. 5th.
St., Curundu.


FOR SALE:-Pockard 1942. 4 door
sedan. Duty paWi. $300.00. Paroi-
so, 103, Apt. H.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet four
door, rodio, 4 new tires, Quarters
13-B. Coco Solito.
FOR SALE:-Like new, 1950 Buick
Riviera, bought January 1951, less
than 15,000 miles. Perfect 'with
many extras. Sahell down payment.
price $1,875 consider trade. 82-
Coco Solito.
FOR SALE:-Army leep, good con-
dirlon, $400, duty pard. At. N.
Bowen, phone Cristobdl 1540,
office hours.


WANRt

WANKW TO. SYr-.f 2 -44 or
194I prefer Ford Coupe. Dity
fme -or paid. Mr. Davis, Tel. J-
0996 or 3-4955.

Help Wanted
WANTID -Maid to cook and clean;
mutt 1rlip in. Apply No. 5, 50th
Street, Apt. 5.


Postal Division
Official To Work
With Comptrohr


. a*tB diffmsa-rm, agent
chIef of the Postal Customs and
Immigration Division, Is being
trnM ered on a teanmary ba-
sals to the Comptroller's office at
Balboa Neights, it was mamounced
yesterday at Balboa He~gts.
MoNamasn will be assigned to
qpetal work with te comptrol-
ler. Linldaley H. Nble. He will
begin his new duties nest Mon-
day.


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MISCELLANEOUS _


De ya hoae a driaklau preMsems
Wrte ALksdlliM A. n.e.emeu. Bse
2081 -- Ae. C. Z.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Estudionte Street No. 140 between
"J'" and "K' Street. Phone 2-3479.
Muriel Hatting of the Gatun Vlub-
house Beauty Shop is still offering
you our $10.00 Cold wove for $7.
50. Phone for appointment Gatun
411, Ulla Hart-Prop.


FOR SALE
MiBneeluneun


FOR SALE: Piano, Milton Studio
Model. 17th St. East. House No.
4. Room 15. upstairs, Panama.


FOR SALE.-I electric train, extra
track, car, signals, switches. One
25 cycle transformer. 1 No. 81 2
erector set. One 26" boy's b.-
cycle. One 26" girl's bicycle. One
used 25 cycle washing machine.
One small steel lathe and motor.
2-3241. Balboa.
FOR SALE: Fine breed puppies.
very cheap. Six venetian blinds,
41 ti4 2 50. $3.00 each. 9th St.
final, Panama American Settle-
men Vollarino family, Parque Le-
fevre.


FOR SALE:-1937 Ford Sedan. Duty
.Paid, $150. One Simmons Studio
Couch, $20. House R 17 E. Rou-
seau. Telephcle 25-3304.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE:-Beach cottage, 2 bed-
room, 3.409 meters, beautiful sea
view, close to city "Playa Grande."
Electricity & water. Stephens 2047
B, Third St.. Curundu. C. Z.
FOR SAL.E :-Cottage in Santa Clara,
Rock-Gas stove, tile floors, furni-
ture. Telephone 4-288.
FOR SALE:-Bargaint Horse. Tel.
3-4629, Panama.






Pateh *o & Cis-


More than 70 foreign engineers
and scientists froa 35 nations
throughout the world spent sev-
eral hours here today at Parke,
Davis & Company, where they
viewed latest techniques In the
development and production of
more than 1,000 different medi-
cnals.
The visitors Included chem-
ists, physicists, biologists, me-
teorologists, economists, archi-
tects metallurgists and elee-
trical, mechanical, civil, chem-
Ical building and construction
engteem.
Fomw g a luncheon, they
toured the home of masy his-
tori' drug discoveries ranging
from Adrenalin in 1001 to Chlo-
romycetin In' 1949. They ex-
pressed particular interest in
the -Year-old firm's research
athvtMes, which now extend In-
to all import phases of n Idloine
Teipt a part of Maae'en.
et. te of T a s
O96U Vteun Student Srammer
paiOiMBKM a clearer Udwr-
staudiagWI the United sOates
and ta 0 aAOtu customs,
proM mas Stleirs. They have
est9Mted S l; expense paid
sU i at f etarch and study
01 MIT.


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PARS. Set. 30 () A 18U
Air Porse VC4 toasa* isUhS*
Into a French hbeme at Vs n
today after striking th a
wires while prepare tle u it
nearby Orly airfield.
Three crewmen we Mdled,
and the fourth hoapitaBeed wI1t
critical burns.
There were no Injuries to the
occupants of the house, nor at
another house which the DC-4
clipped as it dived to the grouaL
The plane was making a how
approach when it struck the Isa
tension wires and iieuali
burit lato flames.
In Japan a Uw. Jet crashed W-
to a workers dormitory near F-
at est me Japam e, i


RESORTS
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PHRLLIPS Oceanside COtM
ony court Santa CM ii
Oceanmlvw from a gn "tN-l
to M Wi% Rock Ga,
barbeue and shuff le
rcm 5-8117, M". torr 1
Sox No. 435 Bolboo.
Gramlch Santa Clamre
cottbgfei Electric Ice bou h.. i
sovIft moderate rotes. t
6-441 Gamba. 4-567 -
guel.


Casino Santa Clare.
Casino Aces. No
cessiry, Saturday


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FOR- RENT
Houses


FOR RENT:-By contract, 4 Wbi-
room chalet, completely furnislhei
Telephone 2-3181, Panama.

fKR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMIN"t
Two and five roam furnished S4
unfurnished apartments; private iOn
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Streets
New Cristobal. Telephone Colon
1386.
OPTION to apartment, must buy fart
niture. For information telephone
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FOR RENT: -Small apartment, aul-
able for office or bachelor. No,
Peru Avenue, upstairs, apply be-
tween 4 to 6 p. m.


LESSONS
Ann Lattin announces a new class
in beginner's top dancing. Tuesday
3 p. m. Diablo Clubhouse, Red
Door. Visitors welcome, phone 2-
4415.

Corozal Hospital
Won't Need Funds
From 'Chest' In '52
Coczal Holptal's Recreatit
and Occipatital Thera` P
gram has aetuate fands on
hand and will t requet -
ey this year from the Canal
Zone Oommumity Chat.
Information that the optal
will remain on an Inatve
status this year, Insabfas t w r-
queaatig funds Is concernaf, has
been received by the Community
Chest board from Lt. Col. R. F.
Mulholland, superintendent of
Corosal Hospital.
Ool. Mulholland wrote:
"It bt tentatively plasned to'
completely reorganize our Oc-
oupational Therapy and crea-
twa b el4a of this healtal. We
beaeve th we will be ermitted
to estay one Civil Service oc-
cupatfmal therapy a whose
salary WA be paid obt of our
yearly a ftopriation.
"The present funds on hand
appear t be adequate for the
pur of our necessary anu-
plies art materials for use In
this reactivated ward Ia the
near future."


The Conral Hospital Reerea- RAUM
tlon and Omwpational Thberaw
program e been a CoUalm t "
Chest acttlBi since 1948. It has ,
bJeen col flntly oversubsbedr f m
each year Ihas appeared on
the list Chest activities.

Atlantic Society.. .. 5
(Ceisa rFm Page FRY)
Towne, Mrs. I. V. MaMon, Mrs.
Lee, Mir. Rt L. LMcDermott
and Mki. "y V. Imbuy.
were: Sm. alle Mao nand -3
Mrs. LTd et

Bon Voyag& Coffee man..
Mrs. as Cte was hobeSms Nel E.
fora bon wage mor o-
fee given t. herb hame -'ortm ,L.
Oulick to .ar MM. fRMl W- "'"I"E
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last morning with ther friends M
who have left for the Simate. ,AdnumiR
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UNMMERCIAM
PROFES ON

Protect Yot h6m
the danger of
and files WO

REMOVABLE ALUMINUM
SCREEN FRAMES.
Note then m y "dl wWet
mvinf o4mtaeNow
1. 30% to 40% MS thaB
any other mutn
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placed In & few abftd.
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cleaning k -Ihtht boe-
keeDinR lob.
4. Prame never rsts, tots or
needs DIntaint.
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fraction of usual ct.
t. Admits more air and light.

GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave
"Tel 3- "11

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"Let the people knew the truth and the ceantry is sfe" Abraham Lincoln.


WAIRINGTON, Sept. 10 (UP) the department before It was
.-T. Lamar Caudle, ousted as- given to the grand jury. Caudle
5tafnt attorney general, testi- testified he never saw the letter.
Id yesterday he urged high Testifying for the second day,
edministratlon officials last Caudle said he made the tele-
year to do all they could to see phone calls after the grand jury
that St. Louis -Tax Collector handed down an initial report
fames P. Finnegan resigned.
Be to ond ssonal Jus-
,, Deartm-e, ,t.-,st.or. Lalin Amerkan
h I-wewt to work on the pro-
U.S. Jdge Gtorge H. Moore T
S WN" to drop a SIt. LoAs E Wo To US SM
VZ*T jury towsttI ofi s|p 7
at ,,dabrif"aneganw: s Doubbi By 1975
e 1oved and the Internal Re-
V' nm Csllector's office there NEW YORK, Sept. 20 (USIS)
S saue up. Latin America can almost
L dle testified that among double Its exports of raw na.-
i-bM called were William M. terials to the United States by
Se Jr., then Democratic na- 1975, with a corresponding boost
; E chairman; Charles OilU- in dollar earnings, according to
t, former Internal Revenue in dollar earnings, according to
u, general counsel; former the current issue of Latin-Ame-
aen Revenue Commissioner rican Business Highlights, a
Q= e Schoenoman, and Un- quarterly review published here
dmap retary of the Treasury by the Chase National Bank.
dward Moley.
He said a promised to do The review reports that the
S tat they could. raw material needs of the Unit-
Caudle also gave House in- ed States are expected to in-
"etlgators the names of two crease tremendously in the next
senators and one House mem- 25 years and will offer Latin
A er who, he said, approached America the opportunity to ex-
Mm on behalf of deinquent pand its role as a key supplier.
taxpayers threatened with pro- Last year Latin American ex-
eutports of food and industrial raw
MM tf B as Bar- materials to the United States
hr D P. W (ft -Wf) ad were valued at 3,350 million
Ali.aS i (-14.) -std dollars. Thin figure can be doub-
L4a8 ab I. fegh- led, the report says.
'I (-N.C.) of th tsx-wit- The future raw material re-
M Mo=se Ways and Matns quirements of the United States
S inMt*. are measured -against a two-
,. 1e also testified t h a t fold increase In output by 1975,
'OtluM L. Pepper, then Demo- the review says. It onetludes
.senator fron Florlda, ap- that the United Str.tMs should
o d him floor of five years promote such investments.
4w.behalf of dealers charged
diverting whisky into the In the field of minerals pro-
mart at over ceiling duced in Latin America, the re-
view forcasts a 90 percent In-
g.4e,, ousted last November crease In US consumption. by
lb government's chief tax 1995 over the 1950 level. These
prosecutor, said that in minerals include copper, man-
very instance the Justice De- ganese, molybdenum, nickel,
-'. rteM was convinced the de- tungsten, and iron.
Smdeats were guilty and "pro- Recent United States-Latin
at ed just as hard as we American trade statistics dis-
S 0- d." close that exports to the United
Se saMl indictments and con- States during the first half of
tions were obtained in all 1952 were valued at 3A00 mil-
it one case. Ikm dollars or four percent a-
", .. Daring Caudle's testimony, bove the 1951 level. Imports
loommiltte counsel Robert S. reached a vaue of 300 million
~ er disc tsed the committee dollars a month in the first
Sew evidence" that Justice hae of this year.
i t officials approved
advance 'thle first grand jury
RALBOA TIDES
a evidence was a letter
tten to Caudle by the late Sunday, Sept. 21
Watson. U. S. attorney In High Lw
I, B ambs. t said the report was 4:45 a.m. ............ 11:07 aM.
S umlndtted sad approved" by 5:04p.m.............. ll:l pPm.


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bms a trnwck opesaio
w* hig- h aM, heavy loads
Ed lm0s rsAm build up
I- vuH hma SCAbM tha.
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fr _E e spoailly dAined. for hih
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allegedly "whitewashing" the
scandals and before the second
meeting of the jury which In-
dicted Flnnegan.
Finnegan, who resigned In the
meantime, was convicted on
misconduct charges.

Reired Jamakcan

Jacob S. HoeMMId

Injured By Train
A retired Jamaican was struck
by a Panama Railroad train in
Cristobal yesterday morning
and suffered a possible skufl
fracture, lacerations of the
forehead and left shin.
The injured man, Jacob 8,
Hanniford, 63, Is In Colon Hos-
pital.
The accident occurred after
the southboUnd passenger train
No. 3 left Colon at 9:30. Eye-
witnesses told police that Ran-
niford didn't notice the ap-'
proaching train, and had been
standing so close to the railroad
track that the projecting pas-
senger handrail on the first
coach struck him as the train
passed.
Hanniford, who Is a retired
Canal employee was rushed to
Colon Hospital for treatment of
his injuries.

lat Ub's (.ir

SITO Be%$iAn


Members and iuets qf the
Diablo Camera Club enjoyed a
lectaie nd presentaten of eor
slides Thursday night by Warry
A. Dunn.
William C. Kongable, president
of the club, announced -dafing
the meeting that the chib's set
of 100 slides of flowers of Pana-
ma, with explanatory comfmen-
tary, has been completed and
sent to the United States for
showing by clubs who ar mem-
bes of the Photographie Soct-
t of America.
Its first showing will be at the
Tulsa OCamera Club, Tulsa. Okla.;
and early in October It winl be
shown at the Hudson Valley Club,
at Newburgh, N.J. A duplicate
set of the flower colled ton was
lvenm by the Diablo Camera Chab
bto Dr. Alelandro Mendeu, direc-
tor of tOe Panama Museu ,
The mWbject for the makdbly
emaouttMoa in color sall& was
'V Lle." In spite of th f 4tf-
S category, some eaeeRmnt
Natdl of set-up arrarngem ts
wVe ,=rWSAltd by members.
Wint aath Class A wme L. C.


-tWM ITr-BNKV TB IKAR PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 19582FIV M



Caudle Names Congressme



Who Spoke For Tax. Evadei


Caldle alo told a stO
volvkir James Niggy
whap te idleatiled as
oew ,lset r
HBe IR asla Le ..lP.. .
-L

Vti s cur ,
t be. mmittee told
tA iL anyway
Caudle said Rutkin told
former Ihternal Revenue W
misnueier Joseh I. Nurma.
we Ali attorney for a one-t bootlegging associate of
Idettlied only I. "Mr. It
old."
RUtkin clahned ReliiM
"tWaed him into the OP
ment" for income tax ev.
wheh be refu e to settle a
00N,00 "debt," Caudle &atd.
e's testified WEinfeld wa
posed to have given Rutk W
start" in rum running _iW ;
toght e was entitled t l-
ftkin drew a four-year IrIf
son term and $10,000 fie ,
become tax evasion Oct. V., lI.,
Be appealed the Newark V. W,
court verdict all th" way to the
U. 6. Supreme Court and lost.
Now while being held iM the
Hudson County l" in'.Jersy
City, he is platnlig a new
round of appeals.

VaticazN OaINN


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on mreftingees W ye
that under th*4drectln ef
Plus NXn a Internatioal Ca
le. Migtion, IeaA
teen establsh t emeva.




the 1s- hadon comite M.a th
Pope as well or hUIe whom6 te
pftdeC*#s has R'maNlefted a
Caud eg ymptW In for refugees
Tndhe Rg ravedward l
rese Holy Se's repent ove
mentlted the lnrnf elbnal Ca-
t ve UN MiraUton fCWoitt ad
re ,several ether mmiffa-
tatloi t .Interest disOyoed by
the 1 i-ton behalf of ta the
St aie ze~rred to the
1i emaiegtlon" whilh waa cir-
culope as well parts of IWdte
estaitfc to a11 parts of 8htf world.


rtitously, bu
trossMing in vA
oowqr rlght) th and
were trapped I Sde teMand


1.4I tfrom the W"
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beta tin the mtM
prt ilege au he w-
agdalonal $ta

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yww Sane VCarmenM Pt -
S32, and Vicente Au-
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