The Panama American

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

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00877

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moiials. Abrraft from the Pan-
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march loVed a tptal of 9,6000
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MeLwhle a spokesmann for
the Caribbean Air Command
said today that they were hi-
inl several aircraft at Albook
"in reaeB" for poaible utilza-
tion InA diseter relief which may
be requited In areas devtated
by the hurricane.
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two PmB Mariner se lnem left
from the Coco Solo aval Sta-
tion thi morning while an "-
10 from Abrook's 26th Air Re-
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Pacic side. ey were dis.
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REPORTS ON PRflKDENT-Boston heart specialist Dr. Paul
Dudley White raijasboth hands as.hd tells newsmen that the
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SDENVER, Sept. 29 (UP) President
doctors reported today that he speat "a very
as the Chief Executive continued his rally
attack to the point of b.egiming to i.#a utt. i
state of affairs outside kh hospital rool
This morning's bulletin on the PW NWar coniT
laid: I -
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most continuously under the oxygen tent from 9 p.f
6 .5 a.m.
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side ttie hospital, the Pres;ent hab been told merety'*I
"everything is fine," it was learned.
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day "without complications' and was able to spend
hours outside his oxygen tent at Fitzsimin An
pitalo He was returned to the tent during th,.
only as a routine measure to help h'n set, the d
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Z ~ ttNa II I i nle fii- *iNand ar handled in o wholtly e0"001
"' ltMteW don't be Impmtent I ft doesaw? oppMur. o
I; an Ai" in ths rWd rwtedL
keep ase'W efs l NuO a ,i ? hn .s .
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DEPARTMENT OF NON-APBMECIATION
Dftr "One Who Appreciates His Wife":
z"- I, thst youh Ave once more become the apthor of ama ty-
S'd your head feel after you got through? May
"wa-5 e ?eea lfter a heavy night of "ubig" around
f V my YOwabuAed wife is sitting at home looking the fr
S VOll agd i5 of some new W to get this drunken slob out
-! oa[ed a to work In time the following morning.
Maybe yours eve n feels worse, because when one trief to Io
r, khBY ,8ay1BnSftur not being uedto it.it, taxes thebrano
S t tdel. Poor fellow, maybe you had to stay away from the
Ob the following day, a thing that I have never had to do.. .yet.
You farred to ny lack of education. Buddy, that Is a thing
'I hfwjd more than my share of, thanks to a wonderful lady-
Sr. Oumlty conscience? Never hear, of the thing. Re-
Snile, friend, "Judge not lest you be judged."
A = to my being a no-good, Just ask my wife. She lis't Just
st*tfiuMme for the sake of the children, as you are inolin-
-edto 1BWe nor does she think I am a louse. .
Wyour Information, I am, and that is what she thinks of
a ,decent law-abldtg ciUtn, who takes his wife out regular-
1 and I mean ruaiand not to joints to stick my nose into
Sea other and we are deeply In love with one an-

e don't have to look at the four walls, because when seke
ix 84 xTsa I am there with her. When I out. we ego a0to-
S her. t that doe't stop me from I eng and pressing
"/. Bvhnlr that all you wrote was a lot bunk.
What I think about myself, well,.that is another story that
tell when you answer thAs as I ect you to do, as it
B e asi yt o To lke to see, your aeles in th press. I
K'^Ss van- a budd. If You wre to try talking to some se-
m~ w like me for instance anL spout out all that WdoW
find that very soon you were talking to yourself, and
at It would be that not even you would be listening to
S our ears couldn't bear it. Not by a long shot.
T The amount of years tht you have ben married is your
I lat About W the h wb e
Wi3t." Maanesome wn tt edt
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i a be fair to y ou because yen would not
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iplie to !tM lident: The five
an lms hi shoulders
fIt IM 0 f or the world.
S B to report the
bvious that ten atof mil-
lIs fl mWrlI.i ae prlayig for
hi ly reovery. Hundreds
or= r e people beyond our
borders are also praying for his
recovery blacae that is their
way of payinM for themselves at
the same time.... The shoulders
of no one man ever bore such a
burden too heavy for even his
magnificent h .art.
June Havoc's sister Evelyn weds
a Dee. Ne is At Force Lt. Ed
eh. ... EolIy Oey (one-
te mOvie pet) reeoueled with
Jst J. aeto Sister Sally
wasee eupid. .. Bobo Rocke.
i old-aew date is again Eh
A t Mc's on 57th St. ..
fa ntr es" Investors have
i c. ef tbir money back

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ou now Senator? (LTaUt Lafts Are ycoan Voer w e Wow! ...
olelicious).... Therpas hOe Tr aE: "Woevew gawt 'An-
on IN hawky-dooly with l had so m Sew ei?" -
wedded N. iard a (Ja I my lu
Itule). Leonard
needed the late Lee oow )a.y. AY .. '
drama critic for The Wwood Re- I- ,
porter.... Richard Ly, son a f r, Huge. he*l
Ben Lyon and Bebe Daniels, wedsj oker, .nd a rt-star Doro-
British movie starlet Jill Ireland. DO are .s e i lga 4SI
. Mrs John Crosby, wife qf the via. e wrote
tv critic, flew to Mexico for the e l m.ren. = T4114u
long expected divorce op g r )
"Dear WW," Writes Betty rrlvel 0oon... .. .tJoe- e w I
Brooks of Montgomery, NY 'l'm Is doing The Pag lac-,bI. us81
fully cognizant of the fact that my his adored one (model, Ko.-
oinion de't mean a thing pet) is nbck n the I 0n for a
Ao you mk-atleat -n tay. (Harkess Psv). HMar
publN means .alot Vat names is =the lautit doll walk
-ma1 p like ... *a mu rtyfor t >T*e. fhe Ga
mdo ]LM gave wt Ghloria
his start. (Ed. N d t: Weave aO R.. : ri as, m ebr
him his fi Nt coast .o-eo4 boost I W A( bakery7 h .
toIn 19). ....Why don'b you tea '.wP Fresh .ra#d. r. ed
him a truth ihch hae d (pow "P aa
learned: That we mu .f m -giTe iP q in his.firs. i in 1
much Ia expect" years. Shocking nw dhout
Ca.lcutta top chaetate : Mi-
Frank Sinatrla' F st e t rs so h.SI"ShlUHt
with Samuel GoMwyn over. re, t iB 1 tiff.1YWis5n
ord-album for "Guys A D ls." .1 ltl rit io so es l
of-this eolm, there wonl be any. *lh iO'iu a reint e i
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at to se. Rdar,.nar ,u t ther
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TBUST A B3E3 4 o wn ao X
S-g who -.re (UP) cutting th we .
S Hi .i "It's amazing," aid one offer,
Iif t oe a tb"but looking out tih wiadaw t cu
k ife, lippla the bet way to spot a peri-
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S.oNf tm Bfirst or second
.ick .ith the see of spades,
lit sooner ar later go after
liS in theattempt to makei
hioe Ikk..laet o tkee-BI
t elubs d cau led a aspae,
upon We.t defeats theta eon.
witi the rest of the good


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~ fag to win either the' first or
I spade trick with his ace.
ind a, mt '"holds up"
a witf pah, thI executing a

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lW y .loa so pade on the l
T allowln weast to win it I
the ka of spades. West I
A. eiuIs with the queen of spade
;dSoSfth ain plag a low pade.
e aet perats, and this time South
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simpleplay has a very i-
t result. When East lttr
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-.-; cannot lea4 a spade. The hold-
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l ktnt o 946e, ua -t i, they
not subslbe to o teach
a theory of s o cla relations.
whichis eontrry to the Constitu.
tion end. awasf Gorf gla."
"It W proe fr s W 'state to
aki ctain trt ,chber con.
tribbtes a portion of hi or her
alsazy as dt*q! So wa organization
which in "tut uses thaIt oney to
file sui to disruptof fetro our
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US Envoy Traces


To Bitih Source


WASHINGTON, lngland, Sept.
29 (UP) U.S. Ambassador
Wintbrop MAdri oh suggested to-
day thatlbhe "Star and Stripes"
and the grOeat seal of the U ted
Stts were" Invented by the
British.
. Aldrch said it was. worth a
conjecturee" that both probably
had their origin In thiA little
English towit where George
Washihgton' ancestors lived for
clnturies. before moving to Vir-
Aldrich dropped his historical
bombshell at ceremonies mark-
lng the opening of newly-restor-
SWashingtn Old Hall, the
NormjLan n or house where the
Washgtoons lived aIn te Middle
"The Washington arms were
carved on .nearby Hylton Castle
aa early as 1250 when mem-
her of the family married a H oI
ton," Aldrich told the Anl-
American gatlerlllg.
,The cavng. ia st4IIl there,
showing hle ith three tars
d two a, nuroutd by

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shortly the trousem worn by Pvt. George Vlah o of ClaiEnt PIa
Ore. Looking e at rih is Pvt. -Pter. .Rosdae of .ovide.m,
ILI, already in the outft, which ba beaapproved by the Aruy
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Trumnn Reveals FDR


fought Him In 1940


WAfI" Sept. 29 (UP)-
esiwdea man told last
l haow f Idlfe President
el tridto ldab his politic-
JRv 3# by neouraglgt
oe Mr. TremWen's prinwepal foes
A1 Aftandwi.
Mr. Trumaaserved as FDR's
noammi. tk ia 1944. But it was
a dfferW try four Tyes ear-
4sr when the Missouri senator
&% fighting f0r his political life.
The eX-Fredtdet, in the second
ta~lmmt of his memoirs pub-
shed by Life magazine, reported
It I ont bhis introduction into
'eiiics under the auspices of the
re-lergast machine in Kansas


Trwn h comeoded the PmIndu4,erg
introduced him. into ito Mse A
supporting him for country, udge
of Jackson County, We.. it
Bat the drex-Presdeat
did not rerga hnsef aM t
uct" of the machine.
He had little to say about the
Pendergast machine except to
note that Toern FWg eL
viction was undoubtedly a liabili-
ty in 1940.
He said efforts to link kIi
with "a corrupt political mad
did not bother himl perm ~ e-
cause he had "an uaIhNiilld
record."


sAw W not offer a detailed ac- CoronatilOJn To B
teunt of hok* FDR tried to help
bt- political opposition. Held Tomorrow
But he did tell of his fight a- .
oinst charges he was a product At Mechan cs Club
aort political mae e At M mechanics Club
headed by thlate Tom Pender- The coronation of Victoria Tt.
t who went to prison asa re- non, victorious candidate in the re-
oan income tax fraud inves-cent Latin American contest spon-
ati n. served by the oY9g8ha*koM ef St.
Mr. Truman was first elected aul's Church be held tt
c t ed theSenate in 1934 a td earl in lub Mechanics tomorrow Sight.
.0 decided to seek renomination he coronation which is the
0 the Democratic primary. Imain feature of the "Gran No-
8 He said Mr. Roosevelt offered .he de Fiesta" will mark the end
Sa round-about way" to put of this activity of St. Paul's pa
f Jt on the Interstate Commerce i '. There will hi a s de of re
Commission, but he turned it down freshments,r itollbo,a t offle r
said he would fight for renom- fishing wells and other games.t i
imamon even if he received only Queen Victoria and her court
t o vote. Will dance the tamborito. .
Te Presin t rearlyopw sentn^ r' Admission will be 25 cents h f a,
ainSman said y opponn adults and 15 cents for children.
adl ma i.. c..a A combo will be on hand to dis-
.rftelred to Loyd C. *Starkpense the latest hits from S p.m.
h;en the Democratic governor of until 2 am.
lMMrl, WIo wit Manril Mtt. unti 2 a..
an, the U.S. district attorney -
Kansas City, was defeated by
fr. TrumanAii the 1940 primary.
Milligan was the chief prosecu- VITA\/ 0N
'er of Pendergast, and Mr. frid- vISLIl
Man fought his Senate confirma- | N
ion for the federal job. 4& I e ee w 4
He said he did this because he EAIN$e sc .
sought "more qualified lawyer cuv iu E
mmre available for the job."
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RELEASE
TODAY at the "LUX" Theatre
A SINSAIONAL NOVEL FLAMES TO LIFE ON
THE SCREEN

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SHl'OWRT STORY-Wearing the latest in keep-col attire are
these two clergymen attending tho national tonventift otf pieo-
pWl Yeuag Cburchmen at Cwleton College in Northfield, Minn.,
south of MinneapolIs. In shorts are the Rev. Donald T. Oakes
of Cinaimati, Ohio, left, and the Rev. J. M. Murchison of Detroit.
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MR. AND MRS. CATO MAY
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8 MARGARET BELDEN IS BRIDE OF MR. MAY
"TCEBEMONY IN CURUNDU PROTESTANT CHURCH


Daring a simple candlelight ceremony held at the Curundu
totestant Church SaturdaY, Miss Margaret Belden of Bal-
'a, daughter of Mr. an& Mrs. Charles W111 Belden of the
ansul Zone, became the bride of Mr. Catp May of Balboa, son
.4 Mr. Dell May, and the late Mr. Den May of Clear Lake,
South Dakota.
Rev. Paul B. Holloway officiated at the ceremony.


The bride was given in m a r-
iae by her father. She looked
in a. gown of nylon tulle
a French lace overskirt, and
eluii-oln l klitne designed with


idence of the bride's cousin, Dr.
Octavio C. Ferrari, Jr., for the im-
mediate family and a few close
friends.


oequzn. She carried a bouquet of The couple left the same eve-
white carnations with streamers. ning from Tocunlen 'Airport for a
honeymoon in the United States
ier only attendant was her sis- where they will visit the bride's
ter, Mrs. Grace Belden of Balboa, sisters and the groom's family.
who served "as matron of honor. The bride chose a beige su it
$66 wore a pIe. nylon net balleri- with red accessories as her going-
at length govwa and. carried a aiway outfit.
bouquet of orchids with streamers. Mrs. May is employed at t h e
The bride'. mother wore a na- Supply and Fiscal Department, U.
*'1ue crepe dress with a lovely S. Naval Station, Reodman.
%id corsage. Mr., May is a member of the
Iter the ceremony a reception Canal Zone police force.
.i held JA Bella Vista at the res- They will be at hom k to their

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S, (lhteap on the house at 4:30 a.m.)
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friends after Nov. 30 at Qpmrtea
0775-L, Willianisod Place, ,albod.
Balbea 'Y' -Aaoueens
Ne* P sroo l o Adveuare,
Xefiloe, ulwer Arragoeent r
The Balboa YMCA-UaO hs an-
nounced three gecipl pr aims
which will be open to the public
of both Panama and the Canail
Zone without charge.
On Thursday Oct. 13, a series
of six weekly lectures on Dyna-
mic Christian Living will begin,
featuring religious leaders of the
community.
The new flower arrangement
course under the leadership of
Mrs; Pat Morgan *will open both
morning and evening classes on
Monday, Oct. 17. These classes
will meet for successive Mondays
for eight weeks.
On Tuesday evening, Oct. 18, an
unusual series in Outdoor Adven-
ture in Panama will begin and
continue for nine weeks. This lat-
ter series will feature experts in
jungle lore, plants and animals
and birds of Panama, deep sea
fishing and skin diving. Equip-
ment, slides and discussions will
feature each lecture.
Further information about these
programs may be secured by call-
ing A r n o I d Hodgson, executive
secretary of the Balboa UMCA at
Balboa 2839 or 2759, or by register-
ing personally, or by mail.
While these courses are fre e,
thdse interested are asked to reg-
ister in advance.


Alpha Chapter, ..
Entertains Pledges
Canal Zone Alpha Chapter, Beta
Sigma Phi recently entertained
the new fall pledges at a delight-
ful morning coffee at the home of
Edith Balbirnie n Rodman.
Pledges attending were: Edna
Bower, Elaine Payne, Peggy Homrn.
berg and Kay Adams.
Members attending were! Mary
Robertson, resident, Elitnor Bor-
gis, Isabel olton, Margaret Capps
Helen Heidinger, Ann Maloney,
Harriet Serger, Connie thompson
and Pauline Zon.


Bridge Winners
Winners of the duplicate bridge
pleased Monday evening at Tivoli
Guest House were: frist, Mr. and
Mrs. Roy Glickenhouse; second,
Mr. M. Wise with Mr. J. Calahan;
third, Mr. Zoldehayi w i t h Mr.
Wolf; fourth. Mr. and Mrs. .G W.
Alexander and fifth, Mrs. L. D.
Boney with Mrs. A. E. Davis.
Mr John L. loney ,
Honored With ijaner
On 8th Birthday
The Army and Navy Club at
Fort Amador was the scene of a
delightful dinner party give by
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Boney in cel-
ebration of Ms father' lI ay,


dixon, Miss Susan Hele, Rev and
Mrs. Paul B. Holloway, Mr. 0. E.
Michaelis, and Mr. Larry Boney,
Jr.
Miss Pracleeo Entertains
For Mrs. Bruce
Miss Tita Pacheco of' Bella Vis-
ta was hostess at -her home yes-
terday at a lovely luncheon honor
ms Mrs. Charles Bruce wife of
the new Chief Health Officer of
the Canal Zone.
Sixteen'friends were included in
the affair.
Grandchild Of Schmidt,
Bltch Families
Chrstened In States
Word has reached the Ithmus
of the christening n Tallahassee,
Florida, eay this month of Johs


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On the occasion of the Epid6o Consecration of Msg. Tomis
A. Clavel M, The First-Panatna Bishop and the youngest bishop
In the world, President Rieardo Arias Espinos presented him
with a cross with a beautiful ametBytt, and diamonds with plid
gold ehain. BOth the chain and cross were handmade in Casa
Fastlich s jewelry shop, of Panamanian Xbld. A total of 312
hours were used in the manufacture of the Jewelry. (Aladino)

Clifford Schmidt, infant son of
Staff Sgt. and Mrs. John E.
Schmidr, r. ormzer Isthmipns
now making their home in Valdos-
ta, Ga. The baby was born Aug. .
11 in Valdosta. Both Tallahas ee
and Valddsta are hear Moody Air-
Force Bic, where St. Schmidt is
presently stationed.
Mrs. Schmidt is the former Miss
Patricia-Blitch of Aneon.
Paternal granpatenets are Mr.
and Mrs. John E. Schmidt of An-
con.
Maternal grandparents are Col.
and Mrs. Clifford L. Blitch, for-
merly of Anton, who are new liv-
ing in Maryland. Col. Blitch, the
former superintendent of Gorgas
Hospital, is now director of the U-
niversity Hospital in Baltimore.
tsoonisnued on Page 7#
NO CASE
HARTFORD, Conn. (UP) A Nf6d lots of pp ?
motorist, injured because his au-
tomobile di not have safety glass,
as required, by law, sued the state
motor vehicles commissioner for ..
registering the car. The motorist
lost his case in. the State Supreme
Court.


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DALE .SALLY FrriST
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If someone offers you a ciga-
ret just at yaOu rOire aching for
one of your owi brand, just say
"Thank You. I have one igb.t
here." It isn't polite to imply
that you don't like the brand
that has ben dffertd yotf.
After all, the eae who is offer-
ing you the clgart mu;t like the-
rand, or he wouldn't b smo -
g that kind.


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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE -3 HIUnman. Call
Gerardo Orega No. 4. bealid
Moerde Rey. Phone a-.4s4.
FOR SALE:-1952 4-door Buick
Special, dynflow. radio, 3 .new
tires. Call 5-296, house 261-A,
Gatun.
FOR SALE:-,-1946 PAntie 4-
doer redm, ezeellent meeMalcal
condition. 2613-D Ceoell.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneou.
FOR ALE:-argain, 2 ok con-
ditionen %r-hp.-Jl0 velns yl-
vmnia i perfect coedillm SM
for office or b roW. Reded
to $175 each for uick sle. Call
Panama 3-0226, 11-2 mnm-
ing. 2-5 aftIeroomn.
AT VERY LOW PRICES: Brand
new American bIt kmnwn Pint
line tie; g00 and 820x15 and
other sines, only for a, few i.
DIRT CHEAP PRIC t II RCON-
STRUCTORA NATIONAL, An.
Peru 7. Phner 2-0406.

FOR RENT
Room
FOR RINT: BhafUlIH for-
* nihd lare room, kitain eav-
'IIfge. iell Vieh, Maceo Ave.
69. near 4rd St. Phone s-0553.
FOR RENT--Large room, fur-
nbked, Iadependet. Phoae -
4347.


FOR RENT-- Furnished mrm
with all onvenleneeM. Very cool.
Ave. Peru No, 34, Belia Vista.


Panama Line

Suiings

Capt. Frank A. Manroe,
UBN, Panama Canal marine
rector. in moam9 la 40 naW


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTENTION &. 1.1 Jot bualt
modeM fuarlshed apemeants, .,
2 bdreMems, hot, cold water r,
Phone Pessmn 3-4941.
.FOR RNT--Moder I-bedroom
studio aptmtenIt: tove, rril-
gerator. he water, air condidMn-
ad. Camp. Alegre. Pree 3-
4241. between the heors of 3
to 7 p.m.
FOR RENT: Modern apart-
meet ($50): 2 bdroom.s, din-
Ing room, lt ing oom, porch.
independent bath, service. No. 9
7th Street, Lefevre Park. Phone
Mr. Merrill 2-2389, 3-4984.
FOR RINT--Unfmished two-
bedroom apartment 30th St.
close to the Medical Center. Tel.
3-0431.
- FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
mnnt. military inspected. Via
Porni 99. Inquire upstairs.
FOR RINT: Small attractive
independent apartment in "I.o-
Fila" luiding, amcm from Ho-
tel El Panama. Plenu apply Fete
El Haken (next deer). Phone 3-
1179.
FOR RENT--Large cool 3-bed-
room apartent with two main
bathrooms. porch, kitchen, din-
ing room, living room, garage
and laundry. Available right
away. Just painted, etc. Abe has
maid's room mud bath. Leouted
at corner of 4th of July Ave. anA
H Street. "Aloha." Rent $100.
Phone Panema 2-0027 or 3-
0763.
FOR RENT:- Apartment, mar-
ried couple alone. Via Porras &
Carrasquilla Street No. 61, Mr.
Miguel.


Civic Councils
(Continued frm Page 1)
apace on the Miraflores Bridge,
the Governor said a study of the
Straffic. situation had been made
; lbv the Engineering and Con-
Atruction Bureau and that It
b had been recommended that in-
Otead of widening the east ap-
iogach, that a new traffic-ac-
S signal be, considered
i ." u, smeihure trafilic


Sa ls m*.nnanced that
.;parkn a1to near Gorgas
Mi. l oartlfi being enlarged to
omer extent by the rearrange-
Mrh ent of the parking spaces In
C ; Mr. Fran he existing parking lot at Cule-
rrt L Herrick Roads.
SGca MruaF; M This work, which will increase
Go 2t1I*It ; Mr e capacity from 52 to 60
. nmmett O.- a.tnan eB, is being completed this
ot ka"nu Capt. ad k.
mi unre. J -4 Other problems discussed In-
a.Jihn F. o rt i;uded the restoration of the
'hldn, and M randrea occupied by the U.S. Army
ph A. raand Mr. ean ar Sibert Hill in Gatun: a re-
S A. plaiance andOrtfrom the Health bureau on
ly Reler; Dr. former tow t of Ohares
10 Werly Rollead; iDr.; ie* Gwt Otun where it was decid-
tto and; onMr. a a d that control by the 8anita-
S andt dS on Diviidn was he most prac-
and: Michsdr n Seri solution to the mosquito
Ward; Mis Flo ad fly problem: and assurance
Mr. and Mrs. Wal the r tn ves of .the
and MMs. Alice R f ltobal-Mr its Civic Coun-
L a, the ol of aIn
men -Corne ll A n& eioitey a will
'6 e4so fa r U=b..

nder Knife Spanish Class '

.If a r- Registrations Set
-M'W c-t' A, Balboa 'Y'
.er l' wo de- k Miss Maria del Pilar Vega who
sisat hr"I I4a over the years has taught 8Ban-
ep~k e n ld4he M to hundreds of Canal Zohe
Oa Do d by Dr. residents, will start a new series
IL Overholt. a thoracic on Monday at the Balboa YMCA-
wmta succefully corn- UBO.
Sere ts coAd plices- c- will be hed 'on Ron-
"- = ft.- days and Thuraday B l aers
A rr a m d P S .m.. Intprmedlatet it 6, nd
8 OW *CON s Advanced at 7.
--- hl.^--M ctflst, a Registrations are now being
lM w SO" received at the Balboa "Y."


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Agenita latnaL de Publltawbd

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MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOUcs AINYOUs
IoX 121. $1.3* t
NEED ANYTHING FROM THE
STATESP C. 1. O'Bru 934 21
Ave. North, Ut. P fle.!
ida. I lb t wit a e nd
shr a 10% fqr mwy o ee.yme.
Groceries, mwt g"erdndl .
cheidlsa.

LESSONS
DORa E WArITI SCHOOL .W
DANCING:t lIltt, toe Ta. Ta
Acmbatic. CaeIimb Club, eI-,
hba. Phone 2-2363.
Learn SPANISH by Mn. Rome-
ro's practical CONVERSATION-
AL Wysem. EstvdIet St. 14-79.


DaIroal DaranIr


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To See NCOs Filling

Staff Positons
A retreat parade, with senior
noncommissioned officers filling
troop coin mand and staff posi-
tious, is scheduled at Fort Ama-
dor, this afternoon.
Participating in the parade will
be the 43rd Infantry Dvision
Band, 7440th A.U. Headquarters
Detachment, the 23rd Inf. Div. Co-
lors and Headquarters Company,
23rd Inf. Div.
M-Sgt. D. C. Homer will act as
commanding officer of the troops,
with M-Sgt. M. T. Johnson as ad.
jutant. M-Sgt. E. Chavez will
serve as staff member.
M-Sgt. E. McKeehanwill com-
mand the 7440th A.U. and Hq. Co.,
23rd Inf. Div., will be command-
ed by M-Sgt. W. Tankeraley.
The reviewing party .will ine-
clude Col. L. C. Plttman, Ft. A-
mador post commander; Lt. Col.
W. 0. Freese, executive officer;
Maj. Ernest Childers and Capt.
L. B. Pilachowski.
Adjutant's call will be at 4:45.

Ex-Balboon. Nomed


Ybhn A. Alexmder, formerly.
of Bslboa, oana oMie., him been
ppdiuted sales- representative
for a five-state area of the South,
eastern United States for Bran-
ift International Airways In Mi-
ami. Alexander's new position-
was announced by Joseph M.
Boggs, Braniff's district sales
manager In Miami.
After graduating from the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College in 1948,
Mr. Alexander was employed by
the Panama Canal Company. A
member of the Panama Golf
Club, Panama Chapter of S.P.E.-
B.S.Q.A. and tile Panama Canal
Natural History Society, he left
the Isthmus in June, 1953, to
join Eastern Air Lines in Miami.
His wife, the former Joan Fer-
ro, la the daughter of the late
E. N. Ferro, manager for Univer-
sal-International Films In Pan-
ama for many years. He and his
wife and two small children re-
side in the Greater Miami area.


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p.m. d
FOR SALEs-.ei t.o gag tR
Dianig rs irrM M ied
rem femInlls, .ndl. 51s1
Strmot No. I| Apt. 3, Rse Ma-
rinsa uIMdleg.


$18. eleek $s., M .."
bletoM artitlel. Call 5-ZN,
ho m 261-A, Glatn.
FOR SAL.-D*bo bed 20
9 12 wool rg $15. Phone 2-
2744, inqire 0599-A lyan..
Strit, Amon.
FOR SALE: Hoer vacuum
leaner with aHeckmeal $350
Singer swing machine (treadle)
S251 dinette set $50; onfa-bed
$20. 662-A Crunid. Height.
Phone 83-4137..

FOR SAtis.-9-eu. ft. Kelvile-
tor rerlgeraor, S6cycel, goad
working condition $50. PhoMn
3-2867.


PanCanal Lisits

81 Vac"cies


Eighty-one positions, 30 of
them for machinists on the At-
lantic Locks overhaul project,
are presently available in the
Panama Canal service according
to the list of vacancies contain-
ed In the transfer vacancy bulle-
tin issued this week by the Per-
sonnel Bureau.
Twenty are In-.the classified
and related group and 61 are in
the craft group.
Vacancies In the following
types of work are listed in the
classified and related groups:
clerk, clerk-stenographer, clerk-
typist, postal clerk, mechanical
engineer, optical tea ican, op
tometrist, position d caifler,
shothand rooter, IsM S


'Governmenf
(Citgnued from Page n1 ,
meetid4t London of the general
society ofat, y*pwec descendants.


the, s edbe oi.lv ex-.


pectedeWe Preidet t anlnounce
his iLtentions sometime in Janua-
ry because of hu early filIinng
dates for prtsidelt4al primaries in
such states as FNew Hampshire.
Now, he pikaid, 'It- may come ear-
lier.
Knowland made the statement
as Republican national chairman
Leonard W. Hall told Maine
Republicans it is up to them to
lead "the victory parade back to
the Republian Party a in u ext
year's presid tihl election. ie.
noted their election comes in Sep.
tember.


Hall also said in a speech .at
Bangor, Me., that the GOP f.
go into the 13. mletio "
dent that the American people will
judge our party on its perfora-
anee.'
He said the GOP is in its best
shape in 25 ears and its "plan*
and strategy' remain Uch
Bere be wa strkkeka ti
ably woou M et reveal b b tI= -
al itetotlm until next surlntg.
However,- the Presidential pri-
maries -g d underway in New
Hampahidr March 13. The dead-
Iffbe for f is a month earlier.
If Mr. ehower is not a can-
didate,._ GOP popilities


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FOR SALEs-A faun
vicinity of "ARl Co gsf'i
Chlrrer, -ear tawo, lotip
to ppjely,$ 52 hsesm w
flashed wh kbaWled .
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throwluto Reese to complete
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left.
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S8VzNTR INNING
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judge Edwsrd M. Altman wi
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announced yesterday at Balboa
ltn will ,be succeded by
John Stnest Delmng, an attor-
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is scheduled to arrive th ,e Ct-
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LUne the letter part g. Oetber.
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Snow, Ford and Demingf
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