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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00851
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~Pat Offlee at alb& has recently been cleaned a- i ,
after being an eyese for many months. ion
j.. lreadyft p eople n dirtying I up&- wbekud-.,
m ft of theot painted wlla d iaateach rour
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I ust osk lIgorolfmus protest to your publabig te s oUu- hi"s o _.al llan i. tdW
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vitupeiso that appeared in your Malibu last week .worth 1tol r n eerl
tUSAbobns pseudonym "Joy." we s fila; addi"1d11 tf1o Mo1
pemalchecked and can a re o .that iaves n overamnt bonds, il "
T.c Ctco ooftton. Te or E teNIver y o.f Baru- real estate ana saw per engage
info nip tracite.hourouuhtheSpanisnth ers to gradeoPbondsrmdttaget"
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Find this appropriate, in fact I belle This ian estate made by .
aMt the whtle t6ne of Joy's letter was a little cOconuttM L pert who-have bilen hannu ici. ?
SI know myself, peroonazly, that Curundu is a much finer iar's 0.inet incvl saeut C .e
Uce than Joy pletures it. In fact, I was long a resident there, the post, V war upsrge o lnsqa
Store moving my domicile to Corozal. It s my heartfelt de- Ftreaturies sa the manurlag o te .
s* .to return thtre. And 1 uaAll do It too, the Good Lord and multi billion dollar welfare and
the dkor erfatting. I pension funds. '
Joy,' obTI u, s." his t-ra;els vo got farther Uthan. thu lOe p "these experts, airti ta K.
alm arma the swamps. He never cast s eyes upward, for Segai. whose firm anges so e
in had he would not hae failed to see the lfelong goal of W such fads at. tsavles scoresl
vey Curindi n-sluynlmn, that section of town respectfully unions on invefeIl ts, disclose es
164f lto*1% s1 h-on-the-Belstts that the unions and their funds are*
i on the l are to be found mthe oblest; of the Armed acuai putting anywhere from1 i5
fbels lilasn ey di't receive their our walls and a roof, tO 23 cent t ,thet Money In Wall
sldewalls without effort. It alled for the greatest a Streei, this surveys was completed
*tus.-pales ning, numerousofspJ mth ago. It's A INSway,---
s .e a-d n o f t h e a n y, fg a d d ,f o m s w e n s
r tbes well.: I lived In th lu for 27 eay rs a d, t backyard hut Ir A T ii
to try fo baone on the higt. overeaeu Wt Sr'B
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fut let Mw adre you o. I am not b.it I ow keep the Or totl th at to
it for 1yhaelf,add .k ddetor helpo me add pointA to it on the lud varioudpa po o. i out14de m
Nb, Joy, you ,aied much In your oabervatlan on Curuad a owned by te rld a I talla a t t' ee
Tu overlooked our lofty virtue, the t that are within us flee, sad h .the propel i lt, sa ade flit -
=d n the y oe r up the itst to that HeavenJy home won Ota oSees, t t a a plan o trf t a M
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SPotty Tue. sie to arrivraL sk4hlmlsI 0. to write abt
IabObcamt r ele aboard mrtios i who
rmJo.l othrwleI Jke te fate, because last man 4ag d hat and east a
or made a study of all hese fsc ujiasUly the listun OL utW e t*elslde eat and han look inurt A4 4i .
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pesiowa tad ante which the em-othe advantages are to be opa- two rilJs Iru.mple ashes fll en SArt
tplyIat0e 'some r 10oo7O a shered. The early birds are iara twoetoa1i
STer are other e u t plane They are als he das ap e as opp a
Moss-sad the total income will poweldai t a bvgin s dOb iate d rua b; a 4 the' pa.s
soon exceed m0.0,000 annay maisty children, babes in arms,. a dean inr -
S year. l sran.S S vwou bore and Aree ol ladled ddn I wt eed B t
Som and Indury Penson who are flying for th t tie tuff but o ne vel nd
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to make Admission $1.00 per person Make your
W ps ae d e sp oc e tws roservationr early!
wre. uncover separate reservations arly
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HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
hu eon- "The Only Store of ls Kind in Panama".
m ea e o o 6Initial Monthlly
i B er jury Payment Payment
a sd lette -IU r Living room sets ..... .7.50 7.5O
mt"7U.1 Dining room table with
i~a, n ,w- extension heaf and 4 chair 3.75 3.75
S aModerm Udna eloa .. .3.50 3.50
--sin, g Complete double beds
(,aany te,.) .... .. 5.50 5.50
Se Hollywood bed
I. .... , " ( Aomplete). .... ....... 3.25 3.25


E Modern Vuadle with large
mIrrr and upholstered eparat5
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ALL our large, top selection drastically reduo e4
give way-for new stock. PrIoes: mostly .25, .60 ~4
1.00 for\lovely pieces worth 3 and 4 times ,se Hwo h
ALSO: ADDITIONAL GLASSWARE tot and .h.
week. Stop in and take advantage of theo.
BARGAINS.


ge weM, wnr played niae.
-. mopths on Guam, mans his tractor
r 0b e a-*eritt U t.Pa.s, Ore. Tweed was the only U.S.
Ivlaimaeh s'.efWld tbe Japane e when they overran Guam
ese dtyts After "WWtrtbor In 1941. Becoming a symbol of free-
m twthe nu&sWewhbo helped him, Tweed was rescued by an
auri deIbt .,ra ifter 31 months of hiding. Though he still
et frn m'the ,da ltrfton he endured, at 63 he ralaes hay for a
dng axd'does taotdr work for other farmers. He and his second
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LADIES DEPARTMENT
Cotton dresses ...................... ...... ..... from 2.95
Assorted dresses at HALF PRICE
Assorted dresses LESS THAN HALF PRICE
Cocktail dresses ...................... ......... from 7.50
Evening dresses ............... .........from 10.00
Blouses ...........,...........,...*,.44.from 1S
Skirt. ... ... .............*...0..,.@ ,..from 3.05
Pedal Pushers andthorts ...'...................from 1.95
Maternity dresses .......... ..................from 4.95


LADIES SHOES
Formerly NOW
"De Liso" make ................... 23.50 14.00 & 10.00
Other makes from ............................ 5.00
Some extra pairs, "De Liso" make ..........a.... 7.50


TEEN-AGERS DEPARTMENT
All color shoes ............................from 5.00
Panties, slips and dresses at bargain prices


GIRLS DEPARTMENT
Formerly NOW
Dresses '.......e................... from 1.75
Finest nylon slips, growing sizes from 2 to 14.. 3.95 1.95
Cott6n Plisse slips ........................2.95 1.95
Long A Short pajamas ......................from 1.75
Shorts A Pedal Pushers ..................from 1.00
Bathing suits ............ .......*........from 1.50
Bags ....7.............................. from 0.50
Panties ..................................from 0.45
Hats A Bag sets .......... .. ................ .5.95 3.50
Hat & Bag sets .... ... ............ .......2.95 1.95
All. color ribbons .... .............. ... from-yd 0.10
Blouses ................... 0 ....... ... from 1.50
Can can Petticoats ........................4.95 2.95
Socks ........,.. .. ......... .... ...... from 0.25


LINGERIE
Formerly NOW
C tton slips ..... ........................ 3.95 1.95
-Aton slips ................ .................4.95 2.95
l. on slips ...... .. ..........................3.95 2.95
LINGERIE SETS FOR BRIDES from 110.00.
NOW AT HALF PRICE
Nylon panties ............................. .... 0.50
"GODDESS" Brassieres, assorted styles at HALF PRICE
"CHEERS" and "LILY OF FRANCE"
Brassieres LESS THAN HALF PRICES
Finest sppers ...........................from 2.95
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EXTRA I
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COSTUME JEWELRY
Farrings ............... . . . ........... from 0.2l
Bracelet* s .................................sram s 0


BABsE 8J& EP AR TaVE '." -
Formerly OWW
Diaper sets ................ ...............2.50 1.75
Hand embroidery, linen sheet & pillow set 1 .... .9.50 9.
Hand embroidery batiste sheets ..............5.95 4A.6
Coats ........e,...........................2.45 15
Skirts ...................... ...... *****... -. .. 0.71 5
Assorted gifts .. .......................... .from 0.53
Even-flow- bottles (Complete) ........'.......... O.
Thermo-Plates ............................. 4.95 3.59
"BUNTEES" shoes for baby and children
till 6 yre. .............................5.95 3.9S4Z.95


BOYS DEPARTMENT
Formerly NOW
Complete suits, sizes up to Lu .............. 5.95 JI
4.96 I
3.95 1"
Complete suits, sizes 10 to 16 ..............13.95 9 .
10.95 7."g
5.95 3695
4.95
Slacks ............ ........g...... ........4.98
Otv er styles ............... ................ I
Cowboy sets ............... ............... -.95 3
Pajamas, sizes 2 to 12 ...,................3.95
4.95 6 2.. 9
Shirts sizes 1 to 16 ................. 6 6... .. I.
White shirts, long sleeves, alf sizes ...,..........
Finest polo shirts ........... ............ from
Socks .................... ..... . ... *....... from 04


MEN'S DEPARTMENT
Formerly NOW
Linen "Camisilla .......................11.95 9S.
Cotton "Camisilla" ....................... 7.50 5.9
Sport shirts ........................ .. 5.50 3.95 .
Sport shirts ...................*e........ 7.50 .5
Leather slippers ............ ............... 4.95
Leather billfolds .......................... .... ..A S

OTHER ITEMS
Hand embroidery Spanish sheets A Table sets 20%
Hand embroidery Madeira sheets A Table sets 20% B'
Maternity Girdle A Brassier-e 15% Discount '.

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CARIBBEAN CONVERTIBLE
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TROPICAL

MOTORS, S. A.
SOLE DISTRIBUTORS: . .. .
27 Automobile Row Tels. 2-2Q06-.2-.3172 .


Well Known Quality Names


* Electrolux kerosene Refrigerators

* Fuller Brushes for all uses

* Radios and Record Players ZENITH


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Solid silver hand finished in the traditlonof.
famous Danish sllversmiths.


Prices are less than half of what theae
patterns cost In the U.S.


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..a I ofj %A their, niiibY, the -Cahdesa-doe Rabagb,-to plan for the comtni season
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Don't miss it!


Every moment slashing our prices!!


Tomorrow specials


* PRINTED LINEN ..... ........Formerly 1.50 -
* EMBROIDERY CHAMBRAY ....... Formerly 1.25 -


* NYLON TULLE IN LOVELY COLORS
A- iARm wly ........ ... ......... ..........o
* -GABAR NE ................... Formerly


1.00
1.25 -


* LIQUIDTION OF FINEST MATERIALS
Formerly 1.95 and 1.26
NOW 3 yds. x 1.00


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7rWuftd remaxed- 6ft-ds at. their ahwaml.
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ON GAS STOVE


" 0 R B N will give you more security anmd economy

" 0 R B 0 N Gas Stoves are all porcelain made&4m


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LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MODELS.


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aDr. C. E. FABREGiA, D.D.S
penlir-bridlge wor--*Is brasis
General pFrctil.
Tiel (4U. t ofJuly) A. A o, sIAs
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EDUCATION INSURANCE

JI RIDGE


Phone Panama 2-0552


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Chiropractie

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Rh of JillY Ave. A J IL
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Pen l, M 4pp n Mover2
Phones 2-451 2.2562
PANAMA R= SCHOOL
WIdl6g o J slM clsse deftly
B" to 5 p.m. .I-0279
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FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker
Champion 4-dour, overdrive. ra-
di. new seat events and bet-
tery, good eonditeon, duty paid,
$495. Phone 3-037 Paname.
FOR SAL:-1950 Buickk Spe-
cial 4-door, good condition, new
battery, good tire. seat covers,
$595. House 0590 Ascon. 2-
1310.
FOR SALE: '12 Ford, radio.
leather, excellent, 41125. Tele-
phone Curundu 2196.
BARGAIN. Ideal for second car.
1949 Buick Super 4-dooer sedan.
has dynaofew.. metor In good
mechanical condition. To" be sold
as is. For only $300. Phone Co-
lon 800, SMOOT & HUNNI-
CUTT.
FOR SALE:-1954 Opel Station
Wagon, in excellent condition.
Just like new. This car priced to
sell. See it-Try it-end Buy it.
' SMOOT & HUNNICUTT, S.A.,
Colon. -
FOR SALE,-1.950 Nash 4-door
sedan. This car priced to sell.
Good transportation. To be sold
as is fr only $11399. SMOOT &
HUNNICUTT. S.A.. Colon.
BARGAIN: 1953 Chevrolet
Deluxe Club Coupe. Paint in
eood condition. Times goad, en.
gine In send mechanical condi-
tion. Only $875. SMOOT &
HUNNICUTT, S.A., Celon.


FOR SALI:-1951 Mercury 4-
doear Sedan. This car in perfect
condition. New tires. Excellent
buy for only $750. SMOOT r
SHUNNICUTT. S.A.. Cole.
FOR SALE:-1950 Packard 2-
door Sedan, Point in excellent
condition. Motor in geood me-
chemonical ceoditioen. Se this bar-
iain at SMOOT & HUNNICUTT.
S,A., Colon. Dnly $475.
FOR SALE:-1950 Bontlec Cat-
I *Spet Coupe Now paint job.
Ti s ad eaI IN 9 gied endi-
tism. See Is brgla t SMOOT
6 HUNNICUTT. S.A., Colon.
Thle cur is priced to sell.


FOR SAkl:.. -1949 Packard 4"
deer Sedam paint new tires and


LOURDES PHARMACY.
Mu La coammlbU
CASA ZALOO
Ce.tral VOe
FARMACIA EL BATUlRO
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALEC-7-c. ft. Kelvine-
tar refrigaroter $70; "White"
cabinet model mowing meehine,
practically new. $120 with at-
tachments; dining teabl end 4
chai 5$30. Phone 2-1434. No.
14 Tivoli Ave.. Apt. 7C.
FOR SALE: Used etlimetIn
Bendix washing mehimea t s.
collent condition, 60-cycle. Bar-
gain for only $50 each. Only a
few left. Pheae Celon 1462.

FOR SALE:-5-place mehoggay
Having room set. CaH 87-1100 or
see at 2363-C. Coceli, C.Z.

FOR SALE:-4 vaenlian 41tind.,
ivory, each 41 inches wide. Call
Panama 3-6123.
FOR SALE: Warrln blender.
Hamilton kBech mixer. nSmith-
Corena porttle tywrier, BIn-
dii dryer, table aeld 4 chiln,
wheelbarrow, jicellasomus art-
cloe. Phone 3-l71 Panme..


- FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


FOR SALI:-21' sillbort, sleeps
two. Fully equipped. Amu. motor.
$600 or btt sffer. Phone Bil-
boo 2-1471.


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BOX 1211. C* AL. C.M
DR. WINDIHAKII Milsal CIa-
Ic. day anl nitfM "rmice. Con-
tral Avenue No. TI14. Sati
'Ana Plek Phel 241479L

FOR SALE
Miseellaneoua
FbR SALI:- new chraoor
sools for cocktail bar. Upi -
stanrd est end back. Pl =
Pen. 3-4912, 8 ..i : to p.m.
FOR SAIlS--Two enm"l bea.
SI.50) medium. $7.50:; hh 'r
$15; baby foedin table $I1;
carpet sweeper $3. PhLoe 2-
1310 Ancon.

FOR SALEi- Spriger Spaniels,
pure bhmnd tells docked. Call 3.
3742. ,
FOR SAL -.4mseardlea In
perfIelt dso m Pille-' Pmas-
me 3-1909. -


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LESSONS

DORESE WAIT, SCNOOL Of
DANCING. RMAeto r. Sfep. th..
Columbus Ci-.tM. Real-
dance pheae 2-263.


Rita Hayworth Prostrate;


Haymes Wades IAMisery.


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pnhine M
I fou-der Doleuxe Sedeon. In em-
Twoncallent condition? time g ed,
T AugI 31 (UP) -CIO gain. Oy $00. mPh Colon
tl tAul dun Workers negotiators o00. SMOOT & HUNNICUTT,
pe*4 hopeful. today they can| S.A.. Celon.
i m ew contract settlement --
h Chrysler Corp. in time tol FOR SALE: 1949 Kaiser for
artl a Strike by 139,000 em. S199 only. What do you offer.
T es 't mlMaight tonight. GIarGa "Ho El Panama."
a.m X Uhas been in on the, FOR SALE:-1952 Morris Ox-
l ce the started last June ford 4-door, excellent condition. ,.
'adatMed that both sides still Gembe 6-20. L
M "a Ml way to do" before FOR SALE 1953 Cedill '
let agreement. Cou- braio, p, sring SEPARATION-Rita Hayworth knd Dick Haymes ae show
i.t e na d to newsmen a3-160. Room 201 4-7 ..in the Cocoanut Grove as they appeared together for the last
d to b able a to play golf y preceding the separation. The couple admitted the break-i
said. aloer hoped u e FORn SAL: Owner driven heir two-year-oldmnarriage and Haymes blamed It on "press
iglirsaid e alsa hoped Ulie FOR SALE: Owner driven
ad aiana could "g etj 1951 Morry Moetrmy, w/s/w HOLLYWOOD, Aug. 31 (UP)- Other armchair experts as
fwr ail-s. a l etuless tires. new point end Rita Hayworth was prostrated lated the couple would patch
at I full-cle upkltdery. Con be financed. See today by the shock of her fourth their quarrel out of necessit
?at 2 p.m. afler a. mornm at Household Excang. 41 Auto marital break-up and sent to bed cause they are legally boun
a..i sub-co.ift.. meeting Row, 3-4911. under sedatives by her docLor. gether In a recordg-shatterlz
a qE timum to .t pros-,- The 37-ftar-old intpeaUonal mouit of tegl hassles.
"a s"ls.te t without lainour girl, whose marital blues Attorney Zagn said Hs)
was_ a ?n .w.lf n lrl I s lemn r nave kept ler in headlines mand pIea fr u. citie hip,
I .gait ... "eomp.nytotakedl r Wdivorce troubles or 0 years was ard In Washington soon,
nJL, -woS?. .e oee by ., All,, R E I so shaken by tile ,parateto from |Je "seriously" dannpaed If i
,rS? e -.+ ....n ,v.,etOffers T 1 wwa w.unarble to show upa federal n.h 'te country.
A fr aid.es m4?etnan C u .o .mJ r s cours for her breach-of-contract
from tai el sessi M da U UV suit against: Columbi actures. Rit.1 Ao needs Heymes8 t
a to. l o ofor t ses-o Gn r Attorney Samuel Zagon with a mony in her suit against c
lto b"iSxe s l, o a ,. fl,. ourish presented to the court a bla Stuedo, postponed in
S-U- ew rt C- o meb p TaWto new st, u -dy ous certificate that Dr. Fred CerIlnl today to Nov. 15.
IVsjaio as tken to mean will be offered at the F rt DIaV In the actress dr5 to d
iw ere reader to tacThe- d.Education Center in September. calm her nerves iW asgr Is durtoad orm
t 'coa r wore Theory of Auto Mechanics is .edc..... re,.h b ,for id n f 1,9aftwiSthAV h
no. r ......- ,. scheduled for Mondays a n d ge se sa l rei, ba' d husleaid S. 3,oV edit l
wpL S ra e xte commit-Wednesaday, starting Septembersera rah"ui a severe h o their 2 lo r,
u tor rve atreportkon,12 and a muSic course is slated aSehs suferd h otide, ,r ite.
r1com it.emeeuns d ig for Mondays and Wednesdays, t i shock," the doctor's. itom ~ Agon amld it
ifi .er iun-dress orgs- begInning September 28. Clasaes smen s aoita r" naids,, .d, ,
a. similar to those Con-w I r n elg .to p.m.n hl iding u at the home of Mtr. and wo Rita's fa nlc,
-hun e igtomolek e-i n- sdor HoSeek eltongha
ir thet Ford and General ..Mrs. Joseph Cotten. Ion Ih tp k y c
p.ht workers up to military personnel, thei dep ouple, Haynes, was wading In Frio _ds ._
gent of their take-home Pay dents and all Armed Forces"et,-emotional misery himself. 44M.r a
Xlbr weeks of layoff-. I vtioan emplndoes .oln st-- mofHe obbedIn an interview ha t 0 "ILnan
en ptoublianobeRs oraeond tif divorced him, or a11o"%ad br
g tea reumed contract '" "n without her-I don't kE blPil
h has 24000 p a n t n Thenheleft the deserted
17.hW-D',. "I Fr DtBeac homf to stay with &
Sconsolshd been friend. I ld m
fo two weeks. The auto mecancs ourse, amechanicses said he didn t lkn9w siraMi 'tl'
Srheoretical in nature. deals ith whether he would be able to Mi.-0t1 lan to W droo
ral maintenanceprocedures t sume his singiln engagement it _rey
S... include fundamentals of the Coconut Grove In the h Ame-
the automobile; engine cun- sador Hotel tonight. J *li=XD
A m lubrication and cooling systems; his night off-Haymes h i .
engine trouble diagnosis and cate" C 'ome Raln or hiiM .-.i A t
S A T Z nicing, n' to the red-haired 1 M MV"
.'.T'.- -l R!. I .i 'who stuck by him throug.h- 1w RSK ,.'_SS,
EF ... The elementary course in sing- ,years of troubles."- o ,41 1 .
AI-.. Ing and reading music is design- The singer revealed today It It ON
4& Od for topse Who have hadnoas-over "our careers"thh g
t^.. 1!" musicall training but wish to 'couple fought lIat Wednesdain e.-afu,
-. I learn the fundamentals of bing- his suite at the hotel.
S a, g tIN, reading notes and clowe har- We began saying things about. tx. g-- .
-" I f Jmny M along with.practice in our careers and our Dreviu ak P".^
4A t iS4- sight .tudin. ""J1*?-:1 wmarrifgsg it Was onen
S.^-.. +< .-.. *. .f t~eiM had apf -id H ii
iu i + d-s p -l s _in the Hollywood li
FOR RENT Comesact."On
iObe s-, at iow 1101,ssos m W"OMT
jo.. Ross audngll ollYwo obersr speculat-.
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FORRT M --e ***rm *pp*-
mot, pund fle., uulslrsed
$0 frneiAed $5m. 48 m rt
Ne, U1m-9ki.__ P_

FOR RINT:s-i A dseem h ,s
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FOR RINT: Apaimnt, lt
bodumemn., MUig rea -nd 4I-_

FORR Pesudingi' -
maSl witk 2 h0d6M awo
baths, bes es e 1ll Vl . ,J
thme 3-0580. Per B Va amouth

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dup e - -; .w --h -l_ e;
2 lets lk baijlag ea ,s.
mgerl end ueeoesm. Wai .u-
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Keen. Pnes l--1810 A-om.


More Safe y
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ra prscI" L to ml -.
tlr 0osajle,8 altr which the
ViceCl tt onj i be done on
an indlWdual. beal atelh two



next general Inoculation pro-

ot-anizatiol cn ehins I
f-s ome ob un-
der OWe Iincipal to "oxtorm
wltLpt cndarda In the Diriot
of vMbIta and the bolish-
mii ( enePhyal cal o elation
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THE PANAMA A)

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EiaMef -A. Merui AIv.'l


wANTt6>-Meld t. seek. wa*
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WAMTm, -- Nurse-M with
epoMipm e l Wa sawmmamdolet. i
Muit leep In the boese. Apply
at Case Caetil, 912I Sllwr

WANTID -Mll far cla "ir

pdtoain, Mamual lcase On

0000 POSITION for ngilh I
speaking maid. If hove glad wM-
eiam CNll Panema 3-4132.

ly to the school principals where
they are assigned.
Beybold said that, the proper
maintenance df grounds left va-
cant in townsates' by the demo-
litlon program is under current.
study and that he has asked the
Community Services Director to
propose a uniform plan in ac-
cordance with present Canal
Zone standards. -
This subject 'wa s Introduced
when 0. 0. Thpmaj, of Oatun
requested that the old townslte
of Chagres be cleared of under-
growth.
The Governor called atten-
Rion to the greatly improved
appearance of Canal Zone,
oommiunties as a result of the..
extensive maintenance a nd
painting program of the past
year.
The program has .been con-
ducted, he said, much more ecu-
nomically than previously which
has permitted the program to be
considerably expanded.
His remarks were followed by a
general discdusslon in which rep-
resentativelof the variou eg9un-
ells expressed appreciation for
the program.
Several also mentioned spe-
cificalU the fine result s being
accomplished by the mainteot!
ance teams. This f6rm of hah.
dling minor quarts ers, tue-.
ance on a .constant basis tos


he wi reaiume hi education. -

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SA .a em" rated 12 Months U LEWAS
time W sigl n and omplet__ a e m- 0r 1 v, l
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Sa tioS 4.5 21mo n 095

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Tyt of L .,XVtXitka DOUBLE ATTRACT :

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,tmu eBercial.frtil eris rpsa 0,40,100,00 last year,
led i CWHEIin every day. is making -a revolutionary change
Atla. B. '1"mson chiet f the, to Jiquid iant n'fod.
lemait bureau ofthetatlt's K e.. Sale f "aqua ammonia," the
tmeat of aietu aid hatiquof fertilizer, amounts to about1
JAw mauh a tliser i used by MI.000 tons yearly. about 18 per
lifornta farmeps- very day of sent of the half million tons of
Syeyar. fertilizer useJ: Usie of the liquid is
Lempon also pointed out that increasing about five per cent a
* reatet iagrtiltural state In year, imon added.

SNOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
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pretkedo, are ,etrted Mittin the oDlywoo4 night spots. T"llh
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* CASH A S.SOLY NO ALTERATIONS NO RETURNS


DRESSES

Formerly $7.50

to $35.00

Now. $2.95

to $17.50


Rayon suits for ladies
aot.$9.75
and cotton suits with also-unt.

LINGERIE
Panties .. .. .... at .36 and .46

SLIPS

Coton ..... ...... . ... .. 1.75
Silk, . . ... . . . . . . ... 1.49
Nylon .,'. . ... . . . . .45

HALF SLI PS
in,
Cottn . .. . ......... $ 1.85
Nylop.. .'. . . . . . .2.45
Crinolne .. .'......1.10 and 1.95

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at.......... . . 3.50

BLOUSES
For ladies . . . . . .......... $1.50
Forjri .. .. . .... ..075 and s1.95

SKIRTS
Fur ladies ... ... .. 1.95 and 2,50.
For girls .. .. . ..... *.- 75

BATHING SUITS
from. .. .375

SHORTS AND PEAL PUSH RS
for ladies and girls fii dtfferent'styles.



SHANDBAGS...

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Till Shol Down
SYDNEY, Austre'.la. Aug. 31-
'UPI-A runaway pilotless plane
took off by Itself and posed a
hazard to residents of this area
for almost three hours yesterday
before It was shot down at sea ny
a Navy Jet fighter.
The pine. an Auster light
monoulane. ran away from a
suburban airport as the pilot
manually turned the propeller
to start it. The engine caught
and the plane flashed past him
and took off.
It circled perilously close to
densely populated seaside re-
sorts and coastal shipping while
radio stations blared warnings
tq residents.
Only 15 minutes before Its gas
.sunp]v was due to rtun out the
"krhost plane" was shdt down six
miles at sea


Sj- Pa Pas The pilot. AnthonvTh nrower
S Pass 4 30. was practicing landings at
t s e suburban Bankstown airport
S Opening lead-V Q when the four-seater plane got
Si away from him.

j How would you play today's How Do You Like
ha11 a dt a cuonLract ol U nt. spaa s.'
S ,t. -a ju ct we a luc. iant Y "r Olives...?
t I :Uie jpruper j"icauuJunlb. ir WouId
Mj inu.V 1ju ,i, -' CHICAGO (UP) A survey
s ,ebt ieus the quc.n ul hearts, conducted at a downtown bar in-
San lUUJ juay uw ifl.ng W i.eai.j dicates that most martifli drinkers,
from the dummy What do you when given a choice, will take two
play from your own had? olives per drink.
When the hand was actually' 'The survey was conducted by the
4 played. South didn't see the dan- Green Olive Commission. which
*- ger. He discarded a diamond on could bp biased.
v rommy's king of hearts. a:nd he Nevertheless, the month long
then led at low trump from the .udv at a do It yourself bar
vmmy, where customers are allowed to
West took the ace of spades and mix their own drinks offAded the
wondered what to do. He expect- two-olive evidence. It was claimed.
ed to win both of the black aces. I
Sand he guessed that his partners Ru, m e COUih
J*'d the missing ace of diamonds. BusIess -oucH
S le setting trick could come only
fr-m a ruff. West could ruff noth.! BATTLFCREEK. Mich. (u)
* Ing himself, but there was a -.- -Mss Mathilda Messner, medin
ctsance that his partner could ruff cal gymnastics director at te
a club. Battle Creek Sanitarium, said ev-
Having come to this conclusion, ery office should have couches
West Igi the ace of clubs and con. I where tired businessmen can take
tinued with another club. East timp out to relax.
ruffed, and prudently cashed the "The tensions of modern life are
ace of diamonds to set the con- too severe to be withstood for eight
tract at once. hours a day." he said. "A brief
Suuth should have foreseen the respite during the lunch hour, or
danger from the very beginning. at four o'clock when sunset fatigue
He was bound to lose three 'ees.I sets in, will do much to restore la-
and the contract would be safe it cerated nerves. and a brain
he could guard against a ruff.; crammed with innumerable de-
'There was no way of guarding tails." I
against a diamond ruff, but some-
thing could be done about the GUARANTEE'
clubs. G
The correct play is to discard
-.a. club on the king of hearts at SALEM, Mass. (UP) For
the first trick and to lead the ace his 90th birthday, court associates,
of hearts ihimediatigy in eider to' of District Judge George B. Soars
discarded another clhib. Only then gave him a brief case-with a 10-
is it safe to lead a trump to knock year guarantee.
aout the ace of spades. The de-
fenders can the. take only their
three aces.
"It must be admitted that West
c, could defeat the contract by lead.,
ing the 'ace of clubs and then an- i
other club from the very begin- .
filing. Probably a diamond open-
Sing likewise would have resulted
.;in the defeat of the contract. But,
when West failed to find the kill
,ing opening lead, it was up to
ifSouth to play the hand safely,

SBIRD SANCTUARY
SAUGU, M (UP) Work 1
!pn the auditor bf the new $2.- \1
N00.000 Sugus High School was
I' held up Fr te weeks t give two'
r*fanlltes of robins time to hatch t
1' their eggs on steel scaffolding 1001
feet above ground. ,


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wash your face?"


helmet before you


SAnswer to Previous Pul
12th U. S. President

ACtOM 3 Affirmative
Il2thU.S. 4Permit
President, 5 Exagerate
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T~eserved 4Close again
18 -- 7 Nautical
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16 Fish 10 Horse's at 41
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18 Anatomic 19 Symbol for 30 CIeatrt 44 Galeic
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20 Number 22 Blemish pesters 47 FinlaIe
21 Discourage 23 Surrender 37? Church awe
1Place of 24 Give ar to offials 48 Try
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DANCE FOR POISE, PLEASURE AND GRACE
LEARN TO'DANCE WITH
DOROTHY CHASE


BALLET TAP TOE asi WOMEN'S CLASSES
naltratlon for daes, which bghi October 3rd, will be
held Tuesday, Wedatuday and ,Bturday
eapt. 6, 7 and 10-.from 5 to 11 am.
at .R4ddmne.744 A, Las Orues Street, Balboa.


SEPTEMB PITR i ...
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ALL those wearing an original or pretty
costume will take part In the RAFFLES of .

Two round-trips to MIAMI
SVia Aerovias Panama Airways (APA).
Additional prize sfor COMPARSAS
Contact El Panama's Public Relations Dept.
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The 1955 edition of the annual
Caddies' Golf Championship at
the Panama Golf Club Monday
turned out to be a brother af-
fair with Francisco Revuelta
winning out over his brother
Angel in a one-hole Sudden
death playoff.
Angel earlier seemed to have
the championship all wrapped
up when'he went to No. 18 four
under par needing only a bogey
to win. His faded iron to the
green, however, landed in the
trap and he wound up with a
double bogey and a final 18-hole
total of 70. two under par, the
same as his brother.
Franeisco. and Angel both took
down $25 for their share of the
$215 in prize money. E. Jaramillo
with a 72 net. copped the second
fllRht honors and a $20 prize.
while D. FernAndez. with a 91
s core, led the third flight and
received $10 In prize money.
The golf overall was by far the
best displayed in this annual af-
fair, a.total of 49 birdies begin'
registered. Each birdie was good
for 50 cents in prize money. An-
gel Revuelta showed the way in
department with birdies on
No. 3, 4, 10, 11, 13 and 17. He bo-
geyed 8 and 123. had his disas-
trous double bogey on the last
hole, and parred all the others.
The scores:
(First Flight)


' E.. F. Revuelta,
A. Revuelta
., o. Oaudlno
--,.' R. Rios
J. Cobas
0. Almillategul
L. Valentine
M. Perez
0. Phllllps
SL. Danderson
0. Baefs
S C. Martines
A. Oonzale,
SC. Flores
A M. Gordon


(Second Flish


E. Jaramlllo
A. Castllo
C. Herrera
H. Tomilson
, A. Rodrlgues
J. M. Vlareal
X. Bonila
T. Smith
P. Dufau
S. Mhck
F. Ourrell
D. Constable
B. WIllams
L. Carlos
R. Rodriue
SJ. M. Taw


Sterling


N. Relus
R. Dario
8. Aspedillla
0. Villarreal
0. Cantillo
E. Rivera
B. Caseres
C. Valdes
J. Oonzajez
J. Amado
S. Ingllsas
R. Giron


43-42- 85
47-38- 85
46-39- 85
43-42- 85
45-41- 86
45-42- 87
43,44- 87
47-47- 94
54-45- 99
46-53- 99
55-48-103
58-49-107


(Third Flight)


D. Fernandez
P. AspedIlla
A. Ford
SR. Johnson
0. Mendieta
C. Valdes
M. Gonzalez
0. Castillo
A. Castillo
F. Gomez
E. Cobas
J. Diaz


49-42- 91
50-43- 93
56-43- 93
47-46- 93
50-44- 94
47-47- 94
50-45- 95
53-43- 96
48-50- 98
48-53-100
52-49-101
67-49-108


35 35- 70
35-35- 70
36-37- 73
30-35- 74

39-40- 79
42-38- 80



41-39- 80 ide Hospital with Infantile
S prlW40-41-8 1rt tor said
44-. 83 ou ofac the remain-
43-41- 84




45-4139- 84 MLEANDA HALF
i2 Morgantown W. Va.- T NEA)-lephol
POLIO VICTIM Cleveland
428- 3 Indian rterbackt bdemant hasVc
34-38- '72Werts was confined to Lake-
3-3- 78 ade Hospital wimore thInfantile
35-38- '13 paralysis. Werts's doctor said
35-38- 73 "-There is no alfWest of parginas ,
38-58- 78 but the condition is polio. It
38-39 77 was believed Wertz would be
39-38- 77 out of action for the remain-
37-4- 79 daer of the season.
39-41- 80
39-41- 80 MILE.&ND.A-AHLF
423-8- 80 M gantown W. Vm.-(NEA)-
42-38- 80 Quarterback, r;dde Wyant. has
43-40- 83 accounted for more than a. mile.
37-47- 84 and-a-half of West Virginia's of.
41-43- 84JfenslTftu.hg aga the past three
.44-40.'84 Yers.


STATIE GOLFaw IN W. TgO* T W0-kWaMIs ,America 0o-1885, L* eeAw
er, greets tho Jaycee Jimor olf T ai As It arft ves- at. the Coliumbus Count, Club, Oal b.bi
Ga., for the 0Oth InteratIonal Jaycee Junior Golft no ent of Aug. li-0. M Amerlcas,
whose presence at the tourney was pnsored by NashMotorsa, personally welcomed Rmoe than
200 of the best junior golfers from.all pats of the United States Hawai -Canad ,.asd t
Canal Zone. The golfers were transpod from their home states in cars provided b. W qasl
Motors and its dealers-a round-trip tal of 700,000 miles. Miss America ahown with (DNea
left): Alec Smart, course green keeper; Jim Deaslendes, Balboa; Bandy i alba si.It'a W
young Rodmn. .. '


IExpect To Win- Shoe


Arcaro, Woodward ConfiS


CHICAGO, Aug. 31-(UP)- ed from New York to ride zNa-
Both side. Involved were conft- l. A A lay .. "Thee. will b nDO
dent on the-eve of that "Swapes eacusMa. GOnSe ta I certain-a
Nashua" match race today at guy won't have anything too tat
Washlngton Pqrk in Chicagq. bedW him. And N cal ,*a
Rex Ellsworth, who, owns the win."
Kentucky Derby winner, says-
'It's all up to the horses now- (The mist'o r w iS be.
but I still feel.Swapr can do it." bro.adebJ a O.N at
Willie Shoemaker, the jockey 51. It Inbe a i". ~reeder,
who will ride Swaps, adds "I direct. fronm WaMshin a Park
expect to win." in Chialo ).
Owner William w oo dward,
Junior, has this to say about his Jotlh jockeys. cacalled all
Preakness and Belmont winner, mounts yesterday. Shoemaker
Nashua "We feel we have a will ide la two earlier races.Ato-
real good chance, to win. But day but Arcaro will sit things out
what margin I couldn't even un the-big one whichgoes oaI
uess. That's why we're running ab 5:15 (ST). If NashuL wiMS
the race--to get the answer the $100,000 winner take al_
Jockey Eddie Arcaro, who travel purse, will put the once beaten


colt thiltd 4 og the a-in
Style wol,d top Naplhua
18800. A win would pu' w
A two ad ie-lU inch rail
fill M eay ibt, dampend
hopes of a reore being set in
the mile and one- quarter race.
The track record ow minutoa
an4 two-IN t e'ids was set in
1l0 b h The world ree-
ord.ftqr a.tiaMfi.and one-quarter fs
one-mnaute, 5 and one-fifth
secodSa. It was set in 1950 by
..ic of an "off" ?trak
Natsha. The
t tru eSunny Jib Fits-
_-hmon won .ra oridai Derby
on RP and has been
woe ri St In ?h n mud at Sara
toga. utthe odds-makers'still
itkeI.S"m A. llAte call shows
$wx, Iis a d .(1-3) favorite,
."hux I almo it even money
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SAI HAD his days a
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from Harlem's Puerto Rile
ton lvd up to Horeeby'i
.It e sMinoso was in hi
Seasm lang alup Marty Marion
said thie Chaoi u win f. tli
CuMnola taumdd the range again
SIt go I o hoa b ater the early ar
fatal benin tt the Havana Spe
eiaL e onf ptwo wr hitter
n mte party, wa lld as the
lead-off man. Aaytj to get
hit ... or a base bll.
With MiM. No pSO clng huI ority
once more, batting again
and with Riyera in the .clean-u
slot and Grge ell Wilt Drqp
an* j oeLan r a n him,
the Chicelo American& believ
they caw fe it al in the wide
Open rAce.'
MLnSo oared from .357 to .2M

be- u -a halbe#its
later, whicb helliude wven do-
b thre trilCes and two home
rpm goadb gfforml 1wra -battoe
h, was at j and perbpp t
nmot exciting player of thegame.
'3r MA 'AL A pronouaced
Utb.. Usa ft, but so did Balb
Ruth ao a lotof f otr temarka-
ble hitters. Jim's principal trouble
was gt h6 rary wung the
same kay twice. He daeed a
round in.the box, used bats of di
ferent weights .. alwal experts
leiR '
give got movb, wii e
moved back a step fti lat.
so hea fo nk an ide.pich,
a =o a iOI oL the fists. He
has E :*Kbases. ...
The swift, Comiskey ouMtf
composed of inoso, Jim Busby
and Blver bha a s penomenal
Sm r today's base ballne 4
/as ls and the PaleHose, while
having no count around them, say
bhalf.can on stickout plays at
the plflt. Rivera has 21.
The White Box have the pitching
n Billy Pierce, Dick Donovan,
Virl Tru and Connie John-
afId an able .supporting cAt.
ttsy' iat$ to quit lsing
afrun m4, which is whb MuT
S..;Maio u continue hl
4 zolet executioner an
J B Rivera finaUy live up toan
the nice things Rogers 4rnsby
said about him.






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Gatun Pool Notes
On Aug. 10, Oatun and Mar.
garita's summer rereational
Sawimmtg program was equclud-
SBsner, inr intrm:,
er and advanee swm-
Weass re conducted for
un.and Ir lta children
bo tle ihunmer under
the oof the Department
of ysical Education and R-
Sor tatAtu n pool. By the
end of the program, 88 children
had successful qualified for
American Red swCimSla
Skill a a badges.
Beginner badges were awarded
to: Judy Redmond, Kathy Pen-
nitnton, Neal Compton, Mariln
Roth, Orin Clement, Mary Clem-
eat, Butch Pennington, Jack Hol- i
comb, A. Metrer, Carol Ae
8tewart Brown, Sandra Be
Linda Flelshman, Sharon Flelsh-

Guaracheros Defeat

Cristobal Alumni

Bas etballers 64-61
Thg GuarseheroMr basketball
t of Colon defeated .tohe
S of the Cristobal Hh
School n a thrilling game 84-61. 1
A teady last-minute drive t
overcame a l -point lead psain- I
gained throughout the fift th ue
uatr by the forr ta
fror Cristobal who re led by
there player-coach Paul Moser.
The proceeds we turned over
to the Chrlama Cher Fund of
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medes Guerrero, '1B, w1 a parta
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on getting to HaVana, Cuba,
where Jhe is confident he can
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Ouerrero clalihun to have worked
once on one of Henry Ford's
yachts.
All three stowaways were ex
pected to be put aboard the Co-
plapo, which 6 also oneld by
the C0 mfia ud-A*seriam
de Vaporem, when the ship
comes through here next week
bound for Chile.


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