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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00147
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00147
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0 a who of one of their colleagues
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%seAdil A eN ai an open forum fat reedon of he Panama / Ir. ith t strains of the "Star
L are SeeWid gr teftuI eand are handled n a wholly cn i- eaItI n nleIfr." T ley cant
NEW. a. O1m cities, I:e Chlicao and St.
"M ofel obuft a olam dth be Impatlefte.t itf isn't e p:'* the LOUs' k where b omb ha been
:Wl daByb U014e1 of PLthd in th order mavui. a c Olich.k I their hornh.? &ad
d t. L he t ahre ltbfo rhd ie the o er et s e thd, te t ey are her co instant
= lugof lw lmis t t hoed ri confidene. P oeer pvoLoCtbilon. And there are
't"' f1a ew. r su nom t euhanmhy et cbetimnab, ta Toclegaosa to the- convention
YIsl ewspiper oasswwne en t rpo s bl t avy r osmenh' s h er" who wish they .had uch
'fo d so ltteor from et o ",s pose ce bo.'c.t.e.
toletr fm o 'Ga i se dc a,. :g care little a-I
S lWK'r NOT GIVE M it' ITED WOMEN CHANCE court :-e eS.j charwin Ge n.
AT CANAL ZU. L IING FO'E.IM NS? .enull. e"r w.1a bOSag a cap-
a81r: Live oL Cnf. TaU, and Gova. Ste-
E hope that the Mail Box will use this letter, a headline In aon.:an Wzti eap..,ity by labor.
: =!t' s r: pract;c.lly orces it ou. of me. The heating was I u ae t,_.u c unida cliieas know
'. 14 ehea- Among 56 hew Employea." want thousands of their moem
yerytime T see these comments on the number of teacher nard are. daptivee Of the tough-
leaEd teach year. someLimeis "all male." I boil at the waste o0 eat ope.4ao.oa in the country-
lwrey.y and ability that the headline denotes. the high br ackLtLss who are
SIn the first place there are a large number of the best edu- really no6 uniO ..... ,ut profea-
eated women on the Is.hmus who are qualsiled teachers and aionals v.no move In and ake at
th ire not permitted to practice their profession In the Junior a big busm nessous or small local
a.4 Senior. High Schools of the Isthmus. Why? Because they unions.
KA: mlatried! These romen didn't wait until a pay raise was It was to be expected that the .
*-c.':ng to go back to school And get their degrees, they have inL.ensa baOaage qash between -:
hiu them all'of the time. whe 6L. ..naon sA 1..Amatower .
1T4 llis out-moded attitude to married women is something ,Oltes lAoud divfrt the Etlnegies S"'
'bvrd to uncidrstand. If you ninry while teaching. East Sees ot the A &,I.'s oa 6rine-p'oonng To
to make it all right If you notice a ntabn yof teachers in re- conma...e ImvM Doho4my, so
anst years get married during the schoblternt: not during the c,)n43ie Fair Dealer; Bi MO- i O %eh8i
I'sW. lr. This seems to warrant them their jobs.wIf your us- aater itage Ohicago .epu can, many
-tzd is. friend of the knds of the Division you may get.a jOb and eo&ge measly, vean De- I e1
in he grades The fact that you are equipped for higher ,.-i5s moura. '-s apaal t,..,4rme -in rop"
.L. ms't seem Important. At the clore of the yeta you will not Jatua may ae ta en l a slight o
r..-lve a contract, you'll et that about two weeks before the nonaay, u. t the mobs haven't. The I i n n ts
p~.nhim of school, with no pay rciae. Aa l noA the Ar, U 1imly "
.In recent yearn every woman who leave the high schoOls is I of a ths. ,m,3 S
a man if possible. These obly stay In their bX A few on's- before Gen.-
A f w A flew.n before G l e Io "S.- 1
ic W ave seen ad of the strrotnoing country and t en ,.er o the A an, p*a.- rs'
rl thl e States, or secue a twelve acutlna job with the L, oeint-ano A.e al .ao..n paL- Ug
don't believe-that look tattishe. ds. .ne ohe .ihaflksmeai.a t Lby3uOa
imlts dof avinll a arilap of to.chers who are interested 9=4 6t W '1% T h e D od e r s

r o S As he more qualified than women with the same ent a os h m By y,, a;
Ct. OW mse s with bighe ones, and years of eB.periences? n icmenso to the.. a. 4aM, t U'(oy .B
a. tI A eris broughll t to thi e Isthmus their tranaporta- go t O ai* SoSS dm!t o b D U 91, .. ,&1ti1: Wilto lU. "- ..arl
c Ad.It case ox a man it ocen and usu dly means 194u)w or extorsou on nia re- ---
a e ab p pMetimep a tamnily, that then means household coru, hau taken ovB' one of we NEW YORK--One of he holdovers from the a meaningful bite in it, the man on the stand a n 't l
k- Wm tW quit the return transportation is also paid. fai a ioca.i Brooklyn, war, burst into ful bloom drin the last eIther Makes a bad wisecrack, looks mystetb ta s,-- *
local wamn all of this Is eliminated. as Loal, 222 In rooklyn ..aen years, IS the -"bflng" e rence -the offers~ spate of double-talk, turns in an e"vipve him a iltgala a
sn't-a e.se of a married woman taking a job from s oA,.....u uy ne Wo oru..Aj. A .gathering Where all news people are answer meaning nothing, or flatly rea to Thefsered t
o hows of the teaching shortage in the states. iA1to ilt raciet 5eu... News :-mmlneed to learn thb deepest lowdown. with comment, ,. .itt but. aertih "lily b' t I
Sd obs, if they were any good at all. ecnt nen w le o i em was one alight exception. You aren'tsupposed po print About the only prem onferece z an remem-. e picture. a Munt o hi, l
SI irk RIn fact prefers married women. Per- rdlCtco iepor bribtng a waitnless what you hear. ber that was worthy of the trouble, of m -
1j se e they are any more objectionable than .Co co.usA, perjury an a murder This s the blood-brother to that wonder blge, lately, was b our charm A -
;u 't men," not all of tbem. ,Ase, te arayang of. Ladim r- .phrase, "off te retOrd." whh Is so liberal sador to ,Meico, B ill o'THVn. "e EaOWe 1 .t..I. ..
aceM4giline men teachers, but we have some men& o,':chst lmo organiuer, zse4 on high today Its eoh is the communique, into the e asy iN n ba s -lt fo t The Geeracalsled Per a
S- at toS see all women. tt I don't see .-" Lurye. 'iace to all this d Its uticle ins rels ase. And the whole .,of calling the t1RlttpJ PirJs n 10 resigned
reer -a mates Government Divion have *M the oad high command oa m ont has ohte i ducku of honest btard" td some ot ek. olas e m A
0t w alsolmntuate against citizens. Tha is M jurIaQ, ie. W-r Mrhl 0 too!rt wa Wws =w hee oaf arttlt
r so't- the Jewelry ~rker, some brashat. on an
al t grapes. put when I sea & ,,uA m n.oms the AOt at,1 In 11l a.1them not to Almost as ull U the as tl* a o "
mittrs' e, a Phi Beta Kappa ley, ramon tint toeneawl M aa ar VWo.thera a
ride. t, around and not pprited tu. plifor
Ft tyh~n~~a without tepes, thebo I noes altt S . I *l
matter with me, It's the tots hego; *006 fat .i -
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19Setmbr 9 ore, s52 &L uaingSoe os Easpoy ad r abt e to ts&Mo.

NAUtE NOT WITHHELD out Union expeftloce, i must the of the Iot otie A ti'q & A isaT a da w A
19 -September 1952 ArL Y0 i~tIfuinSer'9100 EmpR IweannJ,= t m but serves to an epigram. If you want epigrapmhs oerer -il ally DIDtideR that a persons bt
le 01: union onsza ck l me ne days hao tf Ment oBon the more re- wva Bartlett's book of anotations, or.. the e.61- must be.t-' the full rate, ra than
-Itw Isoncern wmaenua o r ease was fsAreporars 13d fin ally It gives lectedl works of Oscar Wilde. captal-th -ate.
faithfully following the debate between the GI papf n mo ae wreasury or a or the mtt abi tait .u..
.ils in the Canal Zone, and the- habitual manuy per sons that the srothe eh a detaiL sthw e also tthe off- About the only w-a ton aceOuate Infor- STEVENSON :U"C4mO
One two, and I would like to add this to the went to jasu for qule a & tle the- IaUatles U they can sacely nation out of the hbh ofc aat z" u,'p U.!stgal
.or extortlia. Shirts 'turnedS htooa.tIt man always can it from therwse,-Teirenceusedby N
I.' rt- l -as I can remember, the public in general 'rate's lt ,e ,e e1 a4,.evacO'therXi satAthel aisemnvVowrmcawlesa toasIa nifiro t sb'e .'iTi, ea anof the D used
a soldier with a skeptical eye. Tis of LotVler aS agd not go to join r 9195- Eiftsfeces, quit atten thamn Iibately desamnid. o avoiSotuetaused that
being that the American uble on he extortion charges. yflre If the guY y iltide spot has 9e Ae able in of the aout
US work, but always at play. A recent 'T* de Broher Schwartzs a pro- w o hIeoldonot
-fawe the remark that; the so-called "dlme-a- sra iiea t wo s a nhow but what ;we leta could luearpste sob c
tmhatt;uo in, sagIVn
havite wyrmthIantheir veins, and did we ever Ae des here I and go hmas cae of o o- offce by aehond-el ss mald. ifrom Contro

al t it. But in the sa me token thee are l.also.b. rp o, ft it h eli icommu Ot from the leaders to rl IhWVt
C i t the majority) who use the same tactics for a tseire bw18iberalb u aflilat the subojretssall"a is nea r it S bn rtatr
ama AR 1 ot- Ofe11tlesR A,.convuthq dinner or
lose, Why do the 0G who are decent and well man- ,p. o o- as .t r subect al. Ifte h e th l n of thep
samenlofte t e light as the over-Cares: d W.rkea

sa-mIa the A sy, and won't the blic judgh tby.the' "111
manner we are being Jullgd now r .....ILc t *. fro- r in cash
Swe call r tbs xfrh"nonrdrm .U"3MOS.. ....
% s d" o kdi ng, Ioparatmvely soUll f b-el t ae Ken week De 'p'bs iU atomic S say Denie Lot *ater on tie shawl as leenet C o an ie
use a man is ln the Armed Services, that d4e, 03t ArU ti e i, Vesahbloo -o-a- adrt -.esa, undatsh'
character changes with the uniform he don."
"A prince is still a prince, though he mingles Is Dbby e ,t" bat
,plasee I'. -.' i si'ta In the about Pearl Dsaley's beating (at SUit plnoshally' shave thafr heads. j

Pl. If any one would like to know my name, please give it to vaughan?

T.ASE Oh E NEWSSTANDS Feel' ae the w

ulx E ~ok. ttt n v o .twogolf at the BlidedYakeeall d ne r. ,..game) -"claims 1"L

keotion,... mote gartularly the sey and 0..- .

comics hosbtswit Jud dlnnte cover piga kKeUM lOaSin the M ia HM ratN:
ash th oli. They should then go home. ___e ** thean sudit-a i. t1 tZngamthtO IntN Miami Beach for several a
and read the article "Filth 7 a the Newutsndg, aL._ClC sta u Jmu --vIt AltO? l01
i~am's, MO 1 ,. to-va ". .,T. l ot
Reader's DiDsa lfor O obr. Do I need to s -mum h7Jn to win theWThey agree if iN N. ra hup out of
Eleanor f orM
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In .*. AI.'..law a
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R, MeOuire; Miss Marva V.
McKay: Mrs. Mary 2. Melan-
son; David A. Minor; Loree D.
Mohler; Mlu NPattita A. OVon-
nor, Mr. and Mrs. DaVtl Potts;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Quinn
and two children.
Mr. and Mrs. John 8. Red-
mend; Mr. and Mrs. Frank M.
Regan; Miss Alice E. Rockett;
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Royals;
Baron D. Rubbing; Reuben
tlidman Fred J. Smith; Mr.
Francis 3. Week; Mr. and Mrs.
William E. Thompson; Mrs.
Francem J. Toth; Frank J. Try.
r:; James -M. Wleh; Ruth B.
Welch; Mr. and Mrs, Roger T.
Williams: Morro L. Wilson; and
Mrs. Nellie C., Young.


iA of August. Mrs. C. L. Conte, neighborhood
this tour-month per- chairman of the Oristobal Girl
were 8,593 tourist PAS- Scout Committee announces that
Sthe "Mayflower" at a recent hborhood meet-
tween London.G. Gs- in leaders ma plana for the
mUe U.S.A. and 4,283 organihing otf fS W about troops
l ,, ver" services be- for te view sseta.
tIKE and Montrea. Mrs. entry Pirrt. MM. Mayo1
ACmr ft; torlt (l s are and Mrs. McGraw will help with
11*! t ? air- Senior Troop 3 .whioh wiT meet
0__ pasners. In the high school.. This troop
Sl to the Cor- wli stress girl sout service pro-
t e'as "Mouarch" and ects.
4t.M~taroh" first-class Mrs. Richard O0r, leader of
on em routes flown Troop 33 for int rtnediates an-
S 0-seat double-deck Strato- bounced that Mrs. Chester Lind-
-15iMerna. s wren, Mrs. W. R. Price, Mrs. R. W
ne tourist fares represent a :MH,, Pnd Mrs. Paul Whitaker
mtgfi of nearly half te first- wll help with the troop this sea-
lm fires In some instances. on.
11.b e Sail Thursday Troop 44 at the Inter-America-
L.ilogP pauegersar Wcnen's Club will have as lend-
a ..V..?? es an~? era Mrs. Charles Whitaker Pnd
o sail net Thursday on the Mrs. Isaac Miller. This is an in-
ammaL r Cristobal for New termneiate troop.
?rk, o, s lrding to the advance Troop 27. an intermediate troop
asner Itit announced Mon- for junior high school girls which
V .has been inactive since last FaI
L.e 49A. Cristobal is leaving will be reactivated by Mrs. Carl
day early from Cristobal Maedl and Mrs. WWlanm Clute.
y Troop 2 for Brownie Girl
-A"t too&a ulng date eScouts will be under the leader-
S the shi will ship of Mrs. Harry Seaman, Mrs.
t mw York a day be- Char'.s McClelland and Mrs.
ae ration ot' the eorge Tully and will meet this
m'sacon. vear n the Union Church rooms
will sail at the in New Cristobal.
P.sm r a Troop 36 for Brownies will be
fTO .a.d van passen- under the direction of Mrs. Nor-
lrw*$,_ .man B. Davison and Mrs. Cue-
a. a s.Mrs dtaardo de Al- ter, and will also meet at the
f' m,. a'eb lrt Jostph Union Church. Troop 36 will form
-SSl hwk,-L h,,en3 tt; 1ito a fly-up troop for Brownies
E.fli eu Ma"i.' Nae, e T. going-up into Intermedlato Oirl
i le.u C, R oweb. Scouting sometime In the mid-
? S-"R yt .4w'ard Ca- die of the year.
a e:w r. and Troop 23 for Brownies will be
3. Clark and son; under the direction of Mrs. B. B.
inf. Zo* Cohn; Mrs. Turner and Mrs. C. L. 14wi.'
H iton; end Mr. and They hava not decided Waf tle ft
mtt an b meetings will be held.
M. do Franco; Miss There will be another Cristobal
- diitefWea Mr. and Mrs. leader meeting on Oct. 21 at 7
at Dr"eol; Mi OGrace piL. in the Ch.stbal Union
': WVilein F. Prank: Paul Church basement to plan furti-er
t /M-is Madelene Cristobal Girl Scout activities for
Mr -and Mrs. Martin A. the year.
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SD. adarita; Grady B.-------
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Leonard L. Reltzke end allalN i |
mtes A 1na Natinher: Wil- U'Rip bloow ruser's _me
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an. mid Mr. James C. Lam- -.= with Myj a S /
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I eave vuur Ad with one- of our Agents or our Offices l No. 57 -. "H" Street Pams,
SNo 12,179 Central Ave. Colun .

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

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Sal6n de Belleza Americag
#55 West 12th Street

Carlton Drug Store
10.0569 Melades &v-OAPh MI Ii 0

Agencia Inlernacional de Publacloues Propaganda, S.A.
*3 Lottery Plasa Phone 1-419 "1" Street eoroer IbtdlAnMe t
Phones 3-3214 and 2-2M

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HouehodbM Autonthleli 0 you h.oeke& itkin pMIw Gromlch nto Clara sh- PROFESSIONAL
-WHOU *- w Alallmo Afm.vmeum MD cottages. Electric ice bon l gas '.s.
F 5ALE:-SUSte or carved Ch.nese Service Personnel and Civilian 203 AMfaon C. Z. stoves, mderate roles. TeOhS*.de
furniture consisting of our Government Emploes D-ENDEHKE 6-441 Gambo, 4-567 Pdr Pro t your
r e on Id ul verns~ist Empoyee Dr. WENDEHAKE medical lnict, guel. rteCt your I- la
insistars, a settee ad tableI n
l the last opportune to Governmnt Employe Finance Co. dn ree No 140Housesh BEACH Santa the danger of
tcquite such furniture at any price When ou finance new and "K treet. Phone Phon Se o APEH at Sanlboa 2 thd e i
No. 43 Aitemebile Row SERVICE one way TO MIAMI... Campana. Water, gas,. ItI REMOVABLE ALUMINUM
f SALE:-Refrigerator 9 cu. ft Phone 3-4984 3-4985 67.00.... NEW YORK. $101.00 Phone SHRAPNiL, Balbooa 2 SCREEN FRAMES
dilalre. 25 cycle 1 _-2 1,r left IGUAYAQUIL.._$75.00--_QUITO
dn airantee, 175.00; 8venetan FOR SALE.-Used tires, passenger GUAYAQUIL.. $75.00.. QUITO PimS Oceansilde cottages. Sadft o
In gantee, ol num1. 48;x 60 '. $70 & commercial at Agencias Cosmos. $86.00. Va AREA.... "T he Clara. Box 435, Balboa. Phe Note these m eI ar ADLA
i p lot" play-pen. $10 00; 2 on Automobile Row No. 29, tele- Route of the Good Neighbor"' Ponerris-.1877, Cristobal 3-167& saviln adao = his arrirt
E Bpa2" x 3n $2.50 each, phone Panama 2.4721. OEING- ine pias-ROUND 30 to 40% cheaper than Cratte
2" kx 35r, $2.00 e ach, phone Panama 242 I. Fleetwood1947 TRIP TO. MIAMI.. $120.60 FENT any other screen Kenney
114.-adioker choir. $5.00; con- FOR SALE-Codilac Fleeto.d 194 NEW YORK .$208.60. UA-. Can be removed r re
pe -vlctrola combnton duty paid and in perfect mecha- YAQUIL $135.00.QUITO ... 3 c oed R
35.00o Q. M. Dresser $8 00; rnical condition. Call Panama 3- $154.80.For more details see Apartp placed In a few ehcon Re d
itcn choirs, $3.00 each; air 3341, from 8:00 to 12:00 and PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE.. ALNAM iA APARTMENTS 3 3 r4 a a kse
l trusso, with 1-3 H. P. motor 2:00 to 5 /2 p.m.. Opposite Ancon Busstop.. Tele. Two and five room furnished l keein tal thomb.
1560 Apt. L. Calbash St., Govi- FOR SALE: Pontiac Eight Sedan phone.. 2-1655. unurnshed prtmenl80 hs; privater5" 4. Frame never rusted, raot or n
ton Area, Bilboa, phone Balboa 1949, Hydramatic Drive. L i k e THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE New Crldtobal" Telephone Colon needs Daentn..
3. -a new, 16,000 miles. Original owner. AND ONLY $45! N1386. Screen e sls repfeed att
jFO ALE-i .-- aoin. thilippine New W/W tires and new battery. A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the Panama -fr_______action of usaJeas .
Schise lounge, couch, 2 Radio. Insurance coverage, 0310. Canal, to ColO, Sam lus, and FOR RENT.-Now valuable In ex- Admitsmorea d-
ablen Ca1s Coloune o20-c, Cable Heights, Ancon. P et. ellO! clusive residential area, sea view, Ad i The
dindi tables. Call Colon 1320-J. Lost ur Of The Yer 3 bedroom, t i
FO SALE:-M mahogany dining R SAL Oct. 3-4-5 dining-sitting bedroom, kitchen. ed mias
tlble, 4 choirs. $15.00. Phone (Sponsored by.the El Panama Hotel, tub both with shower, hot-cold tion-and
Crist6bol 3-2389 after 5 p. m. Boats & Motors "Pescadora" feqves Pier 17, Balboao, water connections, garage, moaid 279* Ceat AT* in qR
Friday 6 o; m. service, laundry tubs, oil convo- Tel. 2-1111 the 3ula
F SALE:--One refrigerator Servel FOR SALE:-Ten meter beam com- Arrives Colon (Strangers Club 2-30 nieces. Call aund60 or 96, ou e the a
4 cu. ft. 25 cycle, $125.00, cre- plete with Premax Rotomount p.m. 10,104, Tenth Street, Colon. nam IO
ditor cash. Tel. 3-1216, Pan- manual rotator, $25.00; WR L Leaves Colon 9:30 p. m. for San MODERN FURNITURE chle
cmo._ ________ phone patch, $15.00, Type LM- Bias and OR U-NIE chi publdetfi
FOR SALE:-Almost new Westing- 10 frequency, meter with 25/60 Puerto Bello. returning Coln Sunday pubIn the t
house refrigerator, can be seen of- cycle power supply and modulo- afternoon. n S1 -afi aM Ithe Blt
fkle hours, Plaza 2 de Enero No. tion; $40.00. Phone Balboa 2- Leaves Strangers Club, Colon, Mon- Q.1 OIs northern
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, 8' Norge -. through Canalto Bba.
4-cicl. t2 1/p years 'old;2$230 Balboa to Son Bfas, return to Colon 116Lmo-asS AL to wa teio
cash; after 5 p. m. at 5251-9, $45.00.troug
blo Heights, telephone 2-3343. From Colon to San Bias and return a. b e
Dablo igts telephone 23343 $40.00.
,- U | U Thru Canal only (either way) $10.00 trection.
Hel Wanted ( Meals catered by Hotel El Panama. Shipping moving stor-. They h
WANTED:-Madfr gnBring slacks, shorts, bathing suit.edtheI
W NTED: -Maid for general (flippers and spears $or under- We pack and orate or move misle wh
3 ywork and cacore of one child water fishing), light ljacket or anything. 'Phone 2-24"1, eeived du
In. Call 2-2996 after 6.30 p. m mera end ie of ole film.f 2o2r62, P m oT--la
or apply at 5712-C, Diablo, af- A goal ot $465 .75 was set Please make reservations early -thKN s
ti r 6:30 p. m. Monday night for this year's through your Travel Agent, or phone tut attat
Community Cheq1 campaign. Jungle Jim at Panama 3-1660.
Is hare a:n intelligent, pleasant Funds raised In e te campaign Thi is the lst San Bias tour until
hwuseke per who con cook, ap- VwI]l be divided among eleven next year. Anyone desiring to
pw.ciate kitdness and short hours participating agencies. ner year
'ihh Amwteon couple in small charterr "Pescodora" for San BiasO A. reaK IL 08U LAICive dame
qtrters? apply y 671 Curundu The goal was estabithed when tur Guided by Jungle Jim may r
Heights ird cottage on left. the Cohmunity Chest Board oof ter Oct.- 6th.i 3 -- ai3.- 4 p. A r
k' leAtelE a DIrectors apprtei' the budgets F1 *M tk1 U "MA 5e American
of the eleve t.'genci.twhichwill FOR SALE
WANTED participate in this year's drive. M] hIeaI ad ice
Omitted from this year's Hi rocketsaed
; M s i m campaign, on tie requedt of Its FORSA,_LE_--1andFord___dn. uDr. '
-drector, is the roal Hosptal pFO ALE -1937 Ford Sedon. Duty ant Dhe
WAITED: Two drafting tables Recreation and Occupational aid,$150. One Simmons Studio int thdW
.4Id two multiple drawer mop Therapy Fund which has suffi- Couch. 20. House R 17 E. Rou- oHW ,d W
c MS. Phone Panama 3-0475 Mrs. cent money on hand to operate seau Telephone 25-3304. HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE and theI
irer, 1 a. m. to 4.30 p. m. thout asking funds from this FOR SALE -- One wheel 'tal BRAVE BRIAN AND BRWN THE ONLY TOR O ment
NasI unfurnished or partially fur- yer's dr trailer. Cop. 500 Ibl. Canvas wa- I-Brim Temple, 9, of London, ITS KIND IN PANAMAL. kp
nhhed house with three bedrooms. Each agency was asked to sub- terproof top Extra wheel and tire. isn'tt a bit afraid of beaen- We deal t both New ainl e4 a Ia
two baths, servants room, .th mit a budget for the money it 50 00. See Earl Duke. Diablo stuffed ones, that is. "Stu** B 5s5didewetd P martu"2.M
equatee living .mand torage space will need tram the Chest for the oarber Shop. is a favorite of children who 41 Automole Hed re
Is desIroble loc ten. MlitaryAt coming calendar year. The bud- FOR SALE-Wire visit thane resort center of Ah utoobile R* Hedela
tche S. Embassy. Tel. Panama gets were then considered by a sure, suitable for chickenho Da the Isle of W Tel -4911 Lningra
3 .S a .. Budget Committee and this corn- s-ur. -u.t.le ........ 1e,,.
mittee's recommendations sub- cheap. House 875, Morgan Ave.. The Ru
Am ericn family desires furnished mitted to the Board for review Balboa. .. i Ulded ]
SBPrtinwt Or house. Bella Vista and action. FOR SALE:.--Custom build mohogo- q g 11 tw i Utheyrefe
plferrod. Phone room 164, Hotel The final figures by agencies nv with mattress, never used s oltewe
Y oliN follow; Quarters13-B. Coco Solto. TI ,t onet
SB BAmericaon gentlemon Balboa YMCA-USO $3,500. SHORTS oduCs
pnsble position desires Cristobal YMCA-USO $3.500. nKI bombs ba
Jumished apartment in good Jewsh Welfare Board-USO S --- n and V-2
Sll district. Call 2-0556. $3,500. Poodle Is Seeing Eye roceA n(
.t 8a.m. to 5 p. m. NCCS-USO $2,340. LINCOLN, Neb. %UP) -A WASHW t Sept. 2 (UP) n)inrd-
-' -Boy Scouts of America $4,095. Prench poodle, believed to be the -The u COurt this falil rObbly
:-Doubt e bed W mt- Girl Scouts of United States of first such animal trained as a tackles th~atUy explosive tes.
1t4. Por spring and mattress. Call America 4.425.seing,000. -eye dog in the Unitedissue of educal egegal V- The
r Cvc Coun150 n Blbl 23283 International B cc Crsto- States ac pid his mistress onn O ce D In union Stiockete

S2.00onhe--- bal-Mararita $815. fLOUIiVoLL (fP i The is a Of P and In the U of Columia.
PoRepreentsiion Offeredof the part- affic t warned o
tprat agency l Scouts nes Diver, Marshal. Mch.. you t to Jasper llney was elected to a at Oi u s heduled argo- otti
mrow$138 ght at the.75. brought the dog to Lincoln while strikee-year term on the Kern tree tltothc decis-on wia A.v'
n or salesldy wanted for Summer Recreation Program she wa yesight f thriendsee red when Road rural district chool board ire t t

olk concently voWrited to S. on- the order of i.. tg on the pledge iht were out of synchronzth r office A proposal to annex Bo t tt e
134 BoyPana coGiving experience Salvation Army $5,000. ina w dy Whle work- the rural board to the Reae- Ctit lt m net-
arid ge. Civic Councils Pacifc, Cristo- eel- Not wieving pattern r cq0 t thef outhbita. lt
S- bal-Margarita | $315. LOUISv v.A Ky. (UP, TheAnd In the p of Columbia.
as intly nunc ~ting agencies will gn is meet en install ad tor a not to Jasper dliney was elected to a Mes I st i
b sclw Nalws marrow night at the Balboa worry about ty s t drink or three-year term on the Kern tbe eorst hwlt iilatt t "oi rurng
YMCA-USO for supper, to be fol- bad eyesight if they see red when Road rural district school board anat. hut ebut doctrine 05 forth
Th Chaplains' Corps at iort lowed b ya drawing to determine they should see green. Traffic but was allowed only three days laid 4 da w i n 1 1.1I &. its ofeout
681111krecently voted to sport- the order of listing on the pledge lights were out of synchroniza- In office. A prapOsal to JiI1eX 2 % l *tftl e
307 Scout Troop on the cards. tion for a few days While work- the rural board to the Rase- A champ IM
t s Jointly anounoTd The Canal Zone campaign is men Installed cables for a one- vl.le district was approved in t am dat- .wekret
Ohplin James Eu. Hemann scheduled to get under way Oct. way street system. the same election 181 to eenGl fel4o ql itI Ine as f
4111Wil R. Price. District or- 18. It will close Nov. 1. o_ "as f
l iuton Chairman of the BoyA The "sepalt" but e q ua l" V 'ill
of America..... ...doctrine, however Is now being veaceteis

Mother Sealed Off
Chaplain Hemann will serve
AM 4Jtlitutlonal Representative SALEM, Ore. iUP) Mrs. Er-
. M Atlantir District Com- nest Hobbs was the proud mo-
and the Canal Zone there of an 8 pound, 2 ounce boy
511. rbut couldn't see her son for a
Week after he was born. She de-
..r Col. Elton D. Winatead, veloped chicken-pox just before
ViWas elected chairman of the baby came and had to be
rMOop Committee. will be isolated.

uy b Co. .Henry P. ty-
.. Doaid A. Kury and
t William D. Bawkins as
i iConmltteemen.
tlnter of Troop 8, will
MW Wendolyn M. Beckett.
Arthur N. Humphrey will
botant Scoutmaster and
vUilnle T. fSaw will serve
pioiiar Advisor.
NWr members of the new
We es LoB PQM e ar-
awkhaM Angel
Nmi Stall, Jameas
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I NEW ENGLAND Gov. Admi Stevneni; ntti arna hU
I lA Springfield, Mase., another stop On his lasteinl clka .
iMMettlal candtiate are MAaakhlumtette Gov. Paul A. "t
right), a candidate for the U.V. Senate.

s Said To Have Made

r-Continental Rocket

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bluevIt ia now
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Tomak, Irkutsk, aar 4
other industrial ceD
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GOPCOld Name Anothder Veep

Candidte If Nixon Falk Out

2. (UP) ballots of vartoui states would
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Robert Scoarett
Completes Course
In Accountoncy
Robert W. Scarlet of Criate-
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diploma in b countamne
by La Balle zxtio Unnewr-
aity of Chicago.
scarlet completed this course
of trafUgt In Ia spare time,
whUe' efrrytlg on his regular
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Victory For Challenger

i PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 23. (UP) Hard-
Shiltiag Rocky Marciano is an overwhelming choice
S.Z aMOn g sports writers and fight experts to lift the
Ihji tavyweight crown from veteran Jersey Joe Wal-
Iftt tonight in their scheduled 15-round champion-
SiSSip bout at Municipal Stadium.
i' Rocky Marciano the 28-
, year-old slugger from Brockton, U
SMasMachusctts is.ager for hi' B U LLETI N
First shot at the title held b.,'i
' Jersey Joe Walcott. the oldest of --
. all heavyweight title defender: PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 23
Sat the age of 38. Marclano broke (ITP) Heavyweight Cham-
cadrp at Grossinger. l.-w York pion Jersey Joe Walcott had a
Sand drove to Philadelphia yester- 12-pound advantage over Roc-
dr a. _, ky Marclano when they weigh-
S cott stayed In Atlantic Cl- ed in todav for their title fight
S New Jerseyv but will be In -tonight. Walcott weighed 196
S"--delphia' In time to match pounds Mariano14.
wV'hts with Marciano at noon. pounds. Marciano 134.
Walcott at 195 is cxpect-'
ed to outweigh Marciano by a- took the title from Dempsey.
bout ekiht pounds. In addition, That fight drew 120-thousand
.'Jboe will hai. experience going persons and close to one-million-
for him. i 900-thousand dollars.
'" J it the odds makers see Rocky Promoters of th', fight have set
,.-thefirst challenger to take a theli sights somewhat lower, but l



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Philadelphia .. .. 1
Chicago.... ..... 71
Oneinmati .. .... U
Soet .. ......
Pittsbrgh ...... 41



Boston at New foR (I).
Ciaelmiti at St. Louist (N).
Phf la at AMoklyn (2)
No other game scheduled.
Open date.

New York ....
Cleveland ....
Chicago ......
Philadelphia ..
Washington ...
Boston .. .. ..
St. Louis .....
Detroit ......


Won Lost Pet.
.. 0 .606
7T.. 71 .523
.. 77 73 .513
.. 76 74 .50"
.. 75 73 .507
.. 61 87 .412
49 10 029

Chicago at Cleveland.
St. Louis at Detroit (N).
Washington at Philadelphia.
New York at Boston.
Detroit 002 010 000-3 5 1
Cleveland 003 001 02x-6 11 (
Trucks (5-181 and Batts.
Wynn (23-121 and Hegan.
No other games scheduled.

NEW YORK, Sept. 23 (UP)
-The afternoon doubleheader
scheduled between the Braves
and Giants at the Pole
Grounds for today has been
postponed because of heavy

La Boca Senior

Softball League

Second Half Standings

Balboa Maduritos... E9A W
Agenda Lam .. .. 8
Ontic& Rlau. a


fct record Into a title bout- they stl' could hit close to a mil- Special Troops .. .. 6 6 .0Xc
$. the favorite (at 5 to seven- lion v iLi movie and movie-T-V Spur Cola ...... 5 6 .455
ihO~ne-half,. Bo-:ing wfiterv'money. There will be no radio Claudio Cedeflo .... 5 7 .417
.Wi;ng the fieht alro have pick- 'bro-drca*t and no home T-V. But 15th Naval District 0 12 .000
Aljiarciano. 27-to-8. :49 theaters in 31 cities will show First Half Winner:
SA -lot of them see a new Jack'a snecl I T-V broadcast that OPTICA SOSA.
$JIqIey in the boy from Brock- 'could mean 120-thousand dollars
a. lMarciano has flattened 37 in the pot. Mov' .s could bring Reminiang *am
pqtdt f 42 opponents, including another 300-thousand dollars i Tomorrow: Agenda Lam vs.
Joe4 a*14 RIex Layne both And co-promoters Herman Tay- Spur Cola
14d beae Walcott lor and Jim Norris predict a gate __
*O the otner hand. Walcott- of 550-thousand dollars from 50- Agendla Lam I Optica Sosa 4
f yea want to stretch compari- thousand fans...If the weather Agenda Lain slugged out a 10-
,Oa- is a Tunney ty.?... .craf- is rood. 4 victory over Opca 8sa to
t*7, i me-ter I Right now. the forecast for to- edge close to Balboa Madurites
Salght W a cot t an d night is cloudy and cool. If rain in the final half-season pennant
l eUIU 6o will be fighting in the stops the bout, the promoters race of the La fota Senior Soft-
mleb Municipal Stadium where- will stage it Wednesday night ball Leagae.
4K=ctIr 26 years ago Tunney There ar.- no plans beyond that. I.
S" .The victory ellA atfted Optica
S o, I from waasgeoei-half race.
Should Agenda Lalidefeat SpMr
*GCola tomoWrW, a tI would be
.,,created between ttp Lain hustU-
era And Larry Chtwg. Madur-



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qI Victory for Sart over A-
gencia Lam would I balbo
the second ha lff and
shuttle them into a -game
championship series wAl Optica
` Sosa.
Tomorrow's Inportai e, tf
washed out, 'wi be aS d

one-pae | f
halfh. i',
The exr corn:

SNaa, lb .. ...... 2 3
iorde ab .. .. .. a 2
Per, A .. .. .. .. I ,
hoiH, .. .. .. .. 3 s 2
Roberta, p ...... i .1
-T- ore .. ... ;. 2 1 1
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Bnow, c .. .. ... 1 1

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'Welch, m ...... 1 .*
Totals ......1 1 '
Opiles Se
GrIffith. S .. *
0. Raveefha, a ..... -O -
Puesey,- e . ... .. 1. -

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Domini Republic s

12-11 To Ie For Ser es Leai


Stadm I ger,. twon

Sta~um To R.0. ger, Better @ft;": i

On the nkht of Oct. t(7t to follow when the regular
to de exact) a new pge gets underway.
added to: aih'e.dy .' o the grapevine emes the
a eae "1 Mh rys l_ o thatthe Athletic club, flll-
Canal Zone. Interest tI t| nllnth experienced ball-players
n general d the Jamboree I rule as favorites in
particular run high witth event. The had-worki-
puhbl c enh 1m that th!e tM tes of the three schools
3shooL heaf S1Wet er an lptting everything Into prac-
dec.deiedtopow e t seasons to make this come
to vie for toe Dveott in l ut it will not be an easy
Hunnicutt trophy to be awardM or all three of .he schools
to the winner of this mew tfour- Igtting in over-tue effort
corner event. *l e5 this the biggest fbotba l
The most recent addition .slY t he Canal Zone ahfs hate
the Athletic Club (formerly evM had.
Working ~a) team whose rosma .ujtor College will be going all
ter will be flied with the name odt vindicate their poor dhow-
of graduates from the three oth.- l 1951. With increased ma-
er competitors, Balbeoa, Critobil tt tlon In the school and
and C.Z. Junior Colleg. In ad- i fever running high, the
tion to this, the Athletic CIiOb J.p.ays, graduates of C.H8. and
eleven wll compete alongside the BS. now boast of a roatb that
two sehebse and college during Mlh9Ash about seven letter-men
the regular season play. Howev- fr. last year's Balboa squad.
er, thisWill not entte themto ioa High, as alwyK will
a crhat at the Inter-geholastl ha've.the largest squad Of them
trwhy.Y alk, .ftom which Coaoh aPweett
n"- will be the fourth year of e rets to find a newer and finer
the Grand Jamboree and the qtid to surpass the eleven that
fifth birthday of "tackle" foot- made, a' brilliant showing In 1981
ball ol the athmus. To those to e*rn a tie with Cristobal.
who think that the Jamboree has 4tobal's squad .like J.C., will
-little significance, let them trace be lacking in reserve power, but
back to the three previous Jam- they will not be sold short on
borees and they will discover spirit and football know-how.
that this event has almost per-I Our experienced heads, huddled
fectly predicted the winner of together with their young and
the regular inter-scholasttc play. eajer squad, just raring for the
In 1949, the year the Jamboree fight and excitement of the grid-
was Inaugurated, J.C. won the Iron, could easlUv turn the tide
colorful opening event and then In favor of the Tigers.
went on to run roughshod over The Jamboree, as always, will
Balboa and Cristobal to score a feature the many colorful events
clean sweep In the loop. The of the past such as th presenta-
Bulldogs from Balboa High, du- tlon of the colors and the arade
pIlcated this feat In 150, win. of the queens. To add beauty nd
ning the Jamboree and finishing color to the event, the Athletlc
the season undefeated, Then in Club will have a queen of their
1951 Criatobal and BLlboa both own to stand alongside the three
staged a brilliant battle an the queens of Criltobal, Balboa and
home-team, C.H.S. Tiger noted Junior College.
out Balboa for the event, The Arrangements have already
1951 regular uurtiron eon een pletei for a ha-ou
wound in a te between the se ly ofthe 10 o'clock tbalf from
ttwo teams that Tought so le6 Oblon in order that the mapy
perately for Jamboree henersq It tans expected to visit the Atlan-
Is therefore g ant to the .tic Side for the event may hv0 '
pre-season prognesticaters that plenty of tihe to make train
the Jamboree Is a yard-stick foreonneetilns.

Brooklyn Ready For Pennant

Celebration Sometime Today

NEW YORK, Sept. 23 (UP) -
Today in Brookln should m"
the realitatlom a a dream emt-
tered 25 da ago by BD ty
Thmrasesa hamtlng homer.
This couM be tee fulfill ef
the "next yat"' in which-.
pennant of the
faithful f ooen have r ed
ever since tbt tragic ml in
In the OWt4 clubbeomme,.
champague is tee in ex -
tation of the uaat eler-
dtma and the U Ca easn a-
tdev tlter gu _s as no mere
Ae"t M theI of a tele'
ahe t 7lay the Ph-il
Eles- in a t aht double-
mheader at ed, will as-
Sanble early a 1,d the club-
house television 444 foBlo ithe
4 ,rw ess of the ants-Braves
afternoon twtMl aat the Polo
Qreunds which Is t proximately
ten miles away.
One defeat for ibe Giants will
eotach the Dedgers' third pen-
nant In the last ix year ands if
the Giants s their double-I
header, the DodI i atil caI
ellMeh the flag W a victory ain
Bthler game agabt the Paes
* Whie thoe -" wsws ae
m to be wr amid-
at at the te M
tab said E* TM

Detroit Opened the scoring fc
a 2-0 eadl I the third. AlJ
ofed eft. wth a single an
was aurtfll to second by ft
Wl "lNll Trtaks. J31mm
Groth WOrkM Wynn for q wal
and then Marvev Kqm
mped a im the right
liMe t ito-ve in both ed*
roff stand OGet.
The Indm'.Jmped back tog
ahead, half t
third. be*t. e bby Avila ai

I ~~,oniem Rice.

l E ns a ,s RESULTS
DbonlkiitaM OiubiHc 12, Pai
ma 11.
Poudte AMt, Cuba 1.
RAVAN& as8 (UP)-1
leami AA i pue shed o
ten ai bottom ofI
fifth IMI" V -B asP.t a n
run detelt amt el4 Panama

to in' Weraeafa -
The Ibl1adhowever,we
net thnroh MUM bIohed six h tl
with seo Ven teM beafls fob top
runs. P ahie to soeee l
their halt f the sixth Inning
and the uasm was allied because
It was past the aseorded time
In the seoeend Rme of the
night, PuertP Blm downed Cuba
7-1 behind the four-hit pitching
of Eleuterie Lovep. It was the
Bericuas' tits wla agalanst.one
Iess In tIp fltal roun.
The Ineseera:
Domdnlean Rt. 1i'0(1 -12 4
Panama 1464 2 9 -11 3
W. Brws, C Adamion (5), A.
Chaves (5),E It RedlgmS (5) and
S. MeDboald.
L. Hibere, I. Santasa (4), R.i
Astaclo (6) and E. Mtrte:
Puerto RIe M t N -- 4
Cuba m4 m 1 & J
I. Loep and J. aes.
L. Udare A. 8tatt. (5) and .
Bstrada, J.Bare (7). .
3 -.,- ,t

impt on it Shortest
George trt cored Roes
with a ie through thi
box into
The tlgaw f fup la th
fifth throw 's own diffl.
cutlm s. The 'right-handez
wve up a ln single t
OroM.fMe. M uenn. WaI
Dropo hit .l to the lefl
of the mound Wynn three
too late to ueu. loading the
bases. He next t Runs ul-
va to force mth.
levelad ta ahead agaa
tIn the sizthba Wynn a
Dafe Mlebbum W ed sad
Wpma mowed whafm EeMa let
Avila's gurMer go thromh
O2eveland salted te game a-
gay in the eidgbW.Wln Avila led
9f with a trtpittO fter-a fly
bu the aOwnn IM dnQh Doby
d sharply W to score
3sYa and scored if on Luke
P r's long twe- r to cen-

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puamet of Defenseg, asho r-w te aanching rate of ap lot0le1s Navy 7--F plane, armed with a poWe- start ofy WNorel t1r I TNf tI grpoat1
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lst gided Wissiles and in guided missiles, Which is laa

berm will be laid before All thie s e developntpnts RussSa's ixopoofsalfo1
Strtt Ateatts Council at change the picture of the ilnkely de le GermaSl peace
member hseeetradng author- course ana a crater oft future John U

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fAgo.. patep, which was told CoAm -hons. rea s thetaft : Ather

SeM. "Merely to proceed on the proposed a* aig Pou r -oWt erde on h1itive Uega id
lomataD aef s said the previous conventional 11in e p on the draftir of the t hat 23 21 7 rs _______8_d___g____
al w e Ind Wlina a comnplet- wotrd be to eqI ender our mill- a peace tretaslty g a Wer fo r it$ lyte
f. '.agreed ta ot a part of tary treasure a t and our strength. e dn e i ti to de
r would depend on the outcome These deveislopmef(gtoph h ave, a n'.g aTnll m'Oatesln
Waggaged to t iake place any day experts on the character and e tof poth ilsM erw sen dI e Withafrcos
thplnethena"tthel d course of ittan dcy future sIt torh isbcv"rug',e, d nsda,"e

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