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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
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rhe Mail 6Boa Is n open forum to I 'rs .t The Punni.- AnNi-
SLe ters are received grotaluliy and arc handled in a wholly conti-
igl manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be impatien it it doesn't appear the
ment day. Letters re published m the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of Iter writers is held w. strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tar statements a ipmninti
pressed in letters from readers
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SI -A SALUTE TO THE FINEST
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On the eve of my retirement and departure from the Naval
8atlon, Rodman, Canal Zone I would like for you to do me the
t vor of publishing this little article in the Mall Box column.
We start with Feb. 2. 1942 during the beginning of the dark
d ys of World War 2. 1 reported to the Officer in charge Naval
| ipply Depot. Balboa, C. Z.. for duty as a civilian supervisor,
fSat=out ofl the U. S. Army after completing 30 years service, 29
So which as a Non-Commissioned Officer. I was given the job of
otanizing the Labor and Transportation Division which consist-
Se&at that time of 28 non US citizens. I.knew nothing about their
language, their customs or their qualifications. My instructions
from my immediate superiors LL. Pete Ried and Klem Myers was
"they are your babies" organize Knowing only Army; having
never worked as an adult civilian, my first thought was I must
have sgts and corporals to carry responsibility or this job can
never be accomplished, after a few days of careful observation 1
came up with a cadre of selected men for immediate expansion -
% sgts. or we say 4 Foremen, namely. Sonney Gilkes. Sidney Lovell,
Gladstone Stone. Granville Ettrick. 9 Corporals, or Leadlngmen,
namely, Frank'Small. Ralford McLeod, Moody Griffith, Manly
Brown, Hubert Fulwood. Adelbert AUlen: 0. L. Parris; John Bar-
z lows; and Freddie Richards. A. C. Krankowsky tAmericani as
Leadingmen or we say Lieutenant Platoon Commander.
I knowing nothing but military, these men were taught to
* lall in double rank and stand to attention for roll call just as it
they were actually In the military service, they Book of this
rormadonlkce a duck to water, It seemed to give them a certain
iJride and a sense of responsibility which they had never experi-
enced before to march to their place of work in column of two
as we advanced from the platoon to company battalion and final-
lh to tie regiment in size, with this semi-military unit the com-
petitive spirit was such between sections that control was very
easy and a small factor in this organization.
New men developed very quickly and. promotions to leading-
men and foreman were made through recommendations submit-
tca by LcLCons supervisors. This semi-military system was en-
forced willingly, by themselves.
..t t.iat time cargo vessels were' piling against the piers In
,in. i nuvibers that It became heart break No. I to handle them.
1-...; cCt voys wire racing through the Canal. Servicing was a
m.nus.: tlese men had to 'ork around the clock --they could not
go home to see their loved ones for many days and nights at a
time. e job had togo on 1 rested them as I'cpt1ld by having
tbecm lie down on the concrete piers, or on concrete floors in the
various \.arehouses. in relays for maybe two hours out of ;4. At
That, tir the Na wi purchasing thousands of sandwiches to
lee t' I h. m nic-i from lth local club louscs.
ic iSU )ioi lowing cargo sometimes almost inr total dark-
v ie.er si 'ed do.5n. Thi.se strong brown backs and firm
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Labor News


And

Comment

By Victor Riesel


SALZBURG, Austria. This
is the saga ol a pay.
It has taken. meO10 years to
catzh up with him. BtlL I have.
At leas. I know where he is
and what hc's doing. he 'was an
American. Now he is working
for atomic spies and for the
"American Section" of the So-
viet propaganda apparatus In
Czechoslovakia,.
Sound melodramatic? Well.
here are the facts:
The spy's name Is George
Shaw Wheeler. I firac spotted
him In the old days working
undercover with Soviet agents
on the old National labor Rela-
tions Board in Washlaton,
One of those aeat IPr.iJl
active today. Still tre thie 111.
8. Still so powerful In oh
Anerican union that he can
order the slashing ctf the most
vital deleAise production, even
the production of atoni;.' inq-
terial in Canada and th U. 8.
right now.
Wheeler went from the La-
bor Board to the Dept. ofel
Labor. Then to She State
De pt. Inside om et
circles some of us 9,ti him,
every inch and minute of his
espionage career. But to show
you how successfully. we were,
George Shaw Wheele wound
up as assistant to ga e nral
counsel of Gen. C when
the general was hM of the
American Military ,ern-
ment in Germany.
This was In 194I, When our
military governmentswas help-
ing Germany de hootatize it-
self. Again we scre led. Again
some mysterious er some-
where in Washi'glo*f protected
George Shaw Wh'eeer-and left
Clay and many of .s helpless.
Wheeler was "cleaz'*."
Just about that time the
American military authorities
permitted the SED, the Com-
munist Workers Party, to spring
into existence and run mass
meetings in Germany.
Just about that time some 30
Communist mayors were ap-
pointed In our mone.
Just at that moment in his-
tory. our AMO treated the Com-
munist Party in Germany as a
democratic political organiza-
tion. A Bavarian government
was set up-and the vital mln-
Istery of denazification went to
a Communiat by the name of
August Schmidt.
Result of all this was that
the Communists were able to
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ca !.; '.In our-brelast b s braves w Ot I n; we
iB^1It, work until .we dft p40help preMn.., wtom."
S y:; is yea s as a ter serving. my eoWtry in peace,, and
io ttuty in Wal 1. I have -never ti tsy iB seen any more
Joyalty by any. group of men even thdug* they were citl-
g notr--countey *a-time waqt oh we blogt tai anzir
mo .. d. B1ill Jamlsaop (ua teXmeaior fetenant Amrioan)
wa e'of manf. who joined ub., He and they snapped their he"s
eon Uie lne, Just as we tfd in te b egling.
':The- same old cadre Is still here: they still nsap to in double
ru" each mornln hfor roll call -, marertt"thelr 'ace of assign-
mnent to wbk. with they are very proud to do for the ID. 8. Navy.
..say ig sr In, I say good' spdlars., god sal)atg, good citi-
!eas and damn fine uen of. whlic I an very proud to have beep
saM e. th r fr e ry. cototi'y. So-keep up the
I. dat .e spt."o ben_ wtth any of these Mfumnny Iams,
heels m -'tanlh t oIne. .4e .oan.angle of 45 degrees,
g. lt, 3 Wlevel. tonaohd rawn" In. chest well out,
w6lH l~b,. ,6ead erect, cbhiat wdrawi s)ightlyv in, hands
-tairally'akiW the seams o[ the trousers.
Ss the 'Way we started it and. that ti the way we will
t. Now there vbu. stand for" all o. see I salute you my
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trinks and vast was
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slowdowns to stretch that year con
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husky anti-Communisat laborite C
by name of Heinz Gohler, and
aP, secondd largest party)
leaer, went to our ocupylng -
foies In Gernhany and told
them Ot *this infiltration. They
gave him some pamphlets -
the old brushoff. So he and his
colleagues fought alone. And
they won in many areas.
OG0e e Shaw Wheeler and
his network* were responslble
for this Infiltration into West-
era German plants, cities and
pol=e o ce. There was' little I
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (UP) Many of the measures were
President .U1senhow.3r ester- on the Chief Executive's *-must"
day signed the $6,652,422,390 list.
foteign aid measure, a one-year But in signing the measure
extension of the Reciprocal extending the Trade Agree-
Act. apd legislation providing ments Act until June 12, 1954,
for a 1300,000,000 start on Ko- Mr. Eisenhower said the pre.ant
rean rehabilitation, program is **inadequate in
C!.'aring the desks for a Co- many ways."
lorado vacation, the Chief Exe- He said the measure provides
cutive also signed legislation to a **oreathing space" while a
admit 214.000 refugees from special commission maps out a
communism to this country and i U. S. trade policy "based on a
to confirm federal title to off- 1 lull understanding of our na-
shore ol lands lying seaward tional interests, domestic and
of the state-owned ti' lands. foreign, and an appreciation
Another bill signed by the that those interest. are Insepar-
President permits him to use able from the Interests of the
UD to $100,000.000 worth of sur- free world ss a whole."
plus U. S. farm commodities to' The foreign alid bill, which is
Teed hungry peoples abroad. ear-marked-'knost exclusively
The food could be rent to areas for militaz3 aid to other free
-,like' East Germany where the I nations, included $4,531,507,000
i people are considered friendly in new funds and $2,120.915,390
although the government Is not. In funds previously appropriat-
The President also signed bills ed but not yet spent.
letting UD a commission to re- MIr. Eisenhower had asked for
.' commend nay raises for con- a total of $7,321,738,256 in for-
gressmen and federal judges, eign aid and twice had warned.
authorizing an additional $490,- that reductions might threat-
391.1.30 in military construction aten the security of this coun-
* home and abroad and con- try and its allies but Congress
Sfiuing through Jrne 30. 1958, ordered cut anyway. Former
vernmnenr purchases of seven President Truman had request-
t.1 trat-egic materials to encour- .'d $7,600,000,000 for the pro-
t iWe domestic production. gram.
.,' Still another measure would In signing the refugee meas-
restore the authority of Food ure. the President said it-was a
A" ind Drug Administration in- "significant humanitarian act"
1.. ipectars 19 enter plants.without ttat will give a "new chance In
an Invitation -a power taken life to 214,000 fellow humans"
,.' away from them uader a recent I who are victims of overpopula-
... Buur.me Court decision. I tlon or Communist tyranny.
The measures were among The new act will permit the
2,. 208 bills left behind for the refugees to come to this coun-
,,. President's algnatu by the try over a three-year period
first session of the l3rd Con- without regard to normal im-
', gress *hlch adjourned early migration (,uotas. Mr. Elsen-
44- Tuesday. hower had requested the admis-
,"[ :1 Mr. ElaenhoWer will take with slon of 240,000 over two years.
<.6 1"im any left unsigned when he The authority, to launch the
iop B Mrs. E senhower take off Korean rebuilcUng program was
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f t the Mies Martha Josonht
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rge bd versary of the Waneendence of
no(pl Ml Iater- Ecualor which tIli on this Datf r MIN;
'r.o4caytlal tW the Qoqcad ac.. ; aWbaa begs.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOVS
Household Automobiles e di'- ie'--- g"0
iW7ele aAlaedy I mea, ee
F, SA.L -V.'et.,rghoue. Retrger- FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker. Ex- 011 Aiesa. C. L.
9 u.i t. eArpllenl condion I cellent condition. 16.000 miles.
--c a pC 27'.-A, Cocci .Low down Pyment Liberal terms DR. WENDEHAKE. MedIca CHn.
C j i Call Curundu 545. Central Avenue "K" Strueet r
ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
FC.- S -LE -MoJern sote. 4 sea,-I FOR SALE--1951 Packard Series
n goad conde,,on. 9 00. Tel- 400 Poctricion. Excellent condition. Diplomat desires to rent furnished
e lc -' App'v owner. No. 5, 48th Street, chalet. Phone 3-0388.
-_- --^--.-*~--. Pcro,nina From 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. Try your luck!
FOk 5LE -- 2A Cv, 9 ciu. DTty Free ou r can e cluk ,
We~suirehouwe refrigerato,. Excel-Iwithourerchndis____
.t o.i o Albrc S6-FORSALE- 952 Packard 200 ALMAENA PARSEN
2* gieen. like new. Apply owner, No. Central Avenue 113
--5, 49th Street, Panama. From 9NOTICE:-The Madge Locke School
FO. .E::- 9 cu. t Veuiouse a .to. 6 p. m. Duty Free. ot Dance will be open for regitra-
d jo., 9rC(. Allt..s.ld lems. FOR SALE: 1946 Ford 14 door tion at the YMCA Cristob, Mon-
TU-A go. Ho se _u9-8, Satun 5. sedan, radio. eycellent- motor. New day August 10th. from 3 to 5 p.
S19 o.e barr..: Pnone Noay 3303 between m. New pupils will bewelcome.
S' E---- 9 a. m. and 3 p. m. Ask for Every style of doaq expertly
FO ALE -Barga.n .- Uphoitsered Richoad Filppi.ought under the per l direction
livrng:com set. S.mcr os cuch of Madge Locke. Reg Monday
two cha.rc. r-., S.da ables andFOR SALE 1947 and 1949Willy August 10th or any. y or
coffee tobe. muhoray wardrobe. Jeep. 1950.Chevrolet, 4-door, '48 Friday during class day.
Cowes. V-a Espa,'a j4 Apt. 4. Nash. 4 door. 1942 Buick Coupe.
S L~No 51 Va EspaAla. Tel. 3-3022 NOTICE:-Madge Locke announces
FOR SALE:-25 Cycle Refrigerator - -the registration of oft.;nd new
Westinghouse, $75 Fan 25 Cycle. FOR SALE -1952 DeSoto Custom 4- pupils at Gotun Trefll house
$20. 2 work rabies Weave rug doo0, fully equipped, many extras. August I lth. 3 to 5 p. m. Tap,
$5 OP. 212-C, Pedro Miguel. 4- like new conditon. Will trade or ballet, modern acrobatic, exlpresion
513. sell cheap tor cash. Call 82-3168 and poise. Register Tusaday August
FOR SALE-Chinese rug, 10 days or 82-2272-nights. th. Classes will:start, right
vary good condition. Mahogany FOR SALE- 1953 Single; 1.300 away.
bae with mirrors and glass top, miles; oall accessories; Single car-
beautiful!y finished. Phone 'Pane- buretor. Accept trade in $1,450. FOR SALI
ama 3-1294. Fort Kobbe 3236. AL


FOR RENT:-Plastic armed studio
couch and matching chair, pair
Walnut end tables. Tel. 84-6219
FOR SALE -9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerator, all porcelain, excel-
lent condition., 115 .00 RCA
Radio. Q36. 11 tube, 575 00 Call
2-1244 on Sunday and after 5.30
p. m. week days
FO SALE:-Vanirv, baby crib, din-
ing table and 4 chairs. 10th St
Reeaeelt 9088-A, Apt. 6. Colon.
FOr SALE'-Wurlitzer Studio Piano.
sot antique parlor furnitu-r radio.
rparble top console and mirror.
mahogany bench, marble top table.
lnd marble table tops; pil and
woteicolor paintings, rus. type-
Writer; refrigerefor an isc.
household effects. Ttelphonr.Boal-

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board 90 HP P /f,*coverted
motor; 21' length,' 4' am. Solid
mahogany hullS, ;'p.y% ld cabin,
aluminum roof, aldin e t gas
tank, Carries all requitd ,equip-
whent plus extras such as fag hIrn,
pot lights. In excellent t ndmoid
for irnnediale use. Canrt r et
.tun Tarpon C d 04 dd Call


FOR SALE:-1948 Buick convertible,
excellent condition, new tires, duty
paid. Panama 3-0427.
FOR SALE:-Plymouth 1934. Full
Price, $79.50 Iseventy nne dol-
lars and fifty cents. This car has
served me faithfully but now I'm
leaving and the car is looking for
a new.owner. Call Curundu 7294,
anytime.
FOR SALE-Chevrolet 1-2 ton pa-
nel 1953, almost new. Chevrolet
Sedan 1952 new tires, radio. Per-

FOR SALE: 4L English standard 4
door sedarf,'.1947. block. Goid cgn-
diton. $38.,00 Cash. Apply 0313
Cable Heights. ..:
FOR SALE -1942 Nbb Sedon. Best
offer takes it. Tel. -albot 2-3315
between 5 and 7.
FOR SALE:---adillac 1942 Hydra-
matic, fair condition, $200 00 or
best offer. .Duty paid. Tel. 3-
4415.
FOR SALE:-Sbtsnh* Cin
1941, 'coupe, bood condition.
$200.00. No. 9, 7th St. Portue
Lefevre, Tel. 3-4436.


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Mielenanaeem


FOR SALE--Complete line of Smithl
Way Welding Electrodes: Mild
steel, cast iron IMachinablel,
and hard facing. F. ICAZA-Y CMA.
FOR SALE:-Piano Spinet Winter,
Chipendale Style $385.00. Call
Ponama 3-2840. Prof. Cordono,
9 p. m.
FOR SALE:--Large wall mirror, an-
tique frame. Phone Panama 3-
0427.


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tr 4:30 p. m. 4-613. M M Rei dA W d [WANTED.-Sales agents for club.
FOl SALE:-16 ft. V-Botto1m oot. Apply with your identification card
Band new. Contact Frank M=ndez, The rotatio not ecerks filling ICornet). Good opportunity for
: 172 Central Avenue. Telephone in at St. Peter'q church. La Bo- interested persons. Parisien Furni-
2-03&3.l* ca, will end with the services this ture No. 168, Centro' Avenue.
Sunday, as the priest in charge, WANTED-Amriccn Cempemy nmee .
FOR SALE John Mceffle, aI due' experienced sgh.-Spaish Ste-
F nOR SALE back next week from a vacation1 _orapher. Will to Apatemde 15j,
trip into the Interior. IPlAsi, n oing mall phote-
Motortycle' At the 7 am. Choral Commu- toph, being ae end experience.
OR SALE--Motorcycle 1949 Ariel lon tomorrow, the Ven. Lem-
500 c.c. Good condition. New bat- us! B. Shirley. Archdeacon of
tery and ;enerotor. '$300.00. Cal" Panama and rector of St. Paul's Help Wanted
3-5663. church, Panama City. will be _
celebrant and preacher WAiTED:--Competent nurse maid.
r LE:-I946 Cushman motor Arboix Bld$., 5th. St. Apt. 6,Co-
stoOter, gear shift, excellent con- As usual, the church school rn, R-P Apt
dition. Albrook 3285. session wUI follow mnrnt "


i-OR'SALE:-Solsbury motor scooter,
anompleteiy rebuilt. This is a mod.
defied scooter, plenty of power. A
real buy. Price $175 or best of-
fer. Cail Albrook 86-7222 Qtrs.
236.

FOR SALE


Real Estate


S0'your lot you can get a fine coo-
qate home of 2 bedrooms for as
w as $4.600.00 (not chaletr
S and land $5,800.00. Fr
aone and PeMil, call 3-2109.
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TOPICS
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Panama
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prayer at 10 a.m. Newcomers to
the district, particularly Episco-
pal families, are Invited to send
their children to the church
school.
The Rev, John H. Townsend Is
scheduled to be the preacher for
evensong at 7:30 p.m.

Eisenhower Signs
(Contlim4ed- em age-4)


WANTED
Miscella eo
WANTED:-Refrigerator. large baby
bed. Fan. Call 2-6394.
WANTE-To occupy end of August.
one or two bedroom, unfurnished
a0ortment. livingroom, bethluoom,
kitchen, dinette, garage. Preferably
.B lta V a 9.r Exposition District.
Panama e -5323.


RESORTS


1ilA "Oceanside cottages,
,lov, Box 435, Balboa.
MBtowa 3-1877, Cristobal


. we on beach, Santa Clar
SIn COOL Campone mma
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa
Ot'. caretaker there.


. -ch Santa Clam nmchad
s. Electric Iceboxes-de lSn
'*Mmtea rates. Telea s 64
iGn*oa; 4-567. Pedro M li&4
William Santa Claram Beach
.2 tbms, refrigrator
* ftll Balboo 2-30501 &

Pofler' Cqttages. One mile M
ai et Clara. Phone Balboa 2-1I
Spend your week end at Cauieis
to Clara, cabins $4.00 a mug
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FOR RENT
Houses


FOR ltNT:-2 bedroom cholet.Alv-
.Ingom, porch, dinimom,. kltfh-
in. garage, No. 4, Samuel LasI
syea, facing Tile FactoryPan-
w._ Enquire soam hoe. ,


alhed home including utiltll)"
nlddle aged woman, will shanrm'if
with decent couple. 9th St- I-
AAbe o-No. 2612..
FOR RENT: Modern chalet"'
bodem.s, maid's room. $1.40 .
WeI Vpa8a No. 2024. Miguf Hve
phon 3-4844.
HOUSE for rent Sept. 4 to Nov. 15th
or.willease. for L.ye.21Qlr.,fr
Sr. Lai Cumbres.


FOR RENT.42 bedroom oplrtmet,
porch, pairlr, diningroom, kitchen,
modern'serices, $50.00 unfumlsh-
ed, $80 i e Stl.
No. b3 oe rque
opR 'ALE:.: uriishe a tnment
with ki Prigidire, gas in-
cludld. Inspected. 4th of July Ave.
No. 5. Tel. 2-5133.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
2 bedroomor 2 bathrooms, beat ise-
tion Bei Visrt. From September
lst. for 4 nths. Tel. 3-0580. 1
FOR RENT~:-7i I fumished -part,
meant, c AuplS Wthout children i.
3. "L" stret Apt. J.
FOR RENT>-4unlihed apartment
73-A, JuMe Aroemena Avenue.
For infoamatlnn enquire No. 26
East 37th St, uptairs.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT..-Furmilhed room with
kitchen _rQvile. 43 St. No. 43,
oportwahte A.'


FOR RENT( n t4o bed
porte ElCangrejo.
1o-Cl 3-3372.


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appropriations bill carrying sultablie far r4constructon '"Re-
$6989.504 to finance a ium- contractor Nional," No.7, S ai
ber of federal programs during Peru Avenue. Telephone 2-0406.
the current fiscal year which
started July 1. Th'e relf. pro- WANTED:-Room and board with
gram is expected eventually to -American femilt for technician, H t
cost nearly .OO$4000qoC, single. ..eferable in vicinity of
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1The also' 'ed.nMarUed,, 3-.. I40. 1
7 4,000,0 .ftAr the trnwrial ,.,. .
U, Internatinnl B.-,.
program, r yudng, th e j id .

atrction and 365,000,00 to aub-
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continental.alielf.sets. r l f s
teasing mPR0faelIV .
Interior wseretary of de
mnent of petroleum and t
sa-bottom wamrces of
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"Uu~rouAid Pa nma Feather- Inson against Fraicioeo l:
Isjt la" Illdro Mar- guez (ex-Lupe Paneho) at
'1Colao ansad Isthmian pounds. A four-rmuad
Batamw h Champ Melvin ary between Ramon C.m-b
ouWIta completed their Joe Sandy at 120 pouqdr w i
nmt = week of training the program underway.
&nat a"' w1-1ter thr S
fmal week of conditioning for Admission price will
their baM duile tn roond return from one dollar general
engaement Sunday, Au. 16. san to $3 for reserved rllM '*
In their ftrst U Marti- an. -a.
nes punched out an uanmnous
decisiten and Bourne, 'now much
improved would like to reverse
signed to make a weight limitrops
that defeat, The boys hav e
of 120 pOunda for the bout Tl II' i '
which wil take place at the Co- fl In
l6n Arena under the manage-l h 1111 I 10 L"
ment of Ramon (Curro) Do- .
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asie. s~uW far a d has canse- ---
edl more than one sparring ie Tb *li i I *:
paitfer to quit working out with bal tlilat et i ill a ,
hnt. Udre Was none too satin- -* SrS
fled ,wt his d-ul ihowlg. il- *taM-n "4
though he woa, against Melvin t.,a1 -
In their .firs meeting and hope-s as l
Sto e..
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though with one of his spec- "
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the anama GAym e every a fter- lt12 M-
noon, wri-nes s was swduL
matro' has Can r lci;.i
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ALMIRANTE, R.P. Aug 8 Spe-Le l
cial Correspondence The Let the pfopto
first shipment of bananas in 21
years cleared the port of Almi- TWENTY-EIGHIH EAR.
rants today, marking a success- TWENT-
iul renewal of the activities of
the Chiriqul Land Company I
tUnited Fruit Company' in thel
Changuinola area of the Prov-
Ince of Bocas del Toro. \ U
Today's initial small ship-1 1 R e d s f
ments climaxed five years of ef-
fort by the Company and an ex-i
tensive engineering project to re-I
habilitate the acreage of north-'
ern Panama which was aban-Fo r a-
doned two decades ago after the mr or E a !
"Panama soil disease made fur-
ther production of bananas Im-
possible. I BERLIN, Aug. 8 (UPI East
the rehabilitation consisted in Gerrnan Communists today said
building huge dykes and creating their harvest Is rotting because
artificial lakes for the flooding of a transport, breakdown and
of Infected areas to kill the soil commandeered Red Army and
fungus which destroys banana Peoples Police trucks to gather
plants. food and rush it to hungry cities.
Governor Oscar Teran, of the The Communist-edited news-i
Province at Bocas del Toro, and paper Berliner Zeitung said lack
other officials, witnesses the dis- of transport has become a "se-
patch of the first shipment which rious problem," especially in get-
was carried out under the direc- ting food to the Soviet sector 9f
tion of George Munch, local Berlin and East German commid-
manager of the Chiriqul Land nities around the city.
Company's Bocas Division. "Food must not be allowed to
Officials commented on the rot or pile up only because
significance of the renewal of transport is lacking" the news-
the Company's banana activities paper said.
in this area and Its importance
to the economy of the Republic It said Red Army trucks and
of Panama. Communist police army vehicles
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New Head Doctor

Arrives For Gorgas
Lt. Col. Van R. Richmoid, re-
cently assigned to duty with
the Canal organization, has ar-
rived to begin his new duties as
Chief of the Dermalogy Section
at Gorgas Hospital.
He succeeds' Col. Louis S.
Leland who recently returned
to the United States for reas-
signment.
LA. Ricimond is a native of
Byraa4se, New York, and receiv-
ed his medical degree from
Cyracuse University. He served
In the Medical Corpp. through
the war period frpm I140 until
12"0. Although he seed blref-
ly in the European ,.Theater,
most of his war service was in
the South Pacific.
He reentered the Army Med-
ical Corps in .June 1948 and took
residency training in dermato-
logy at the Brooke Army Hos-
pital at Fort Sam Houston, Tex.-
as. Bince completing his rtaln-
ing there in 1350 heahas been
certified by the American Board
of Deriatology. He las been
on duty as the Army Hospital at
Fort Benning, Georgia, since
S October 19.l.
Lt. Richmond was accom-
panied to the Isthmus by his
wife and young son. They have
bn assigned quarters at Her-
rick Heights in Ancon.

PORK PARCEL
BOSTON (UPi Much of the
land that now is Logan Airport
was acquired by Samuel Maver-
Ick in 1833 in exchange for a
fat how each year. The Court of
Assistants granted "Nodles Is-
land" to Maverick for "paying
yearly to the General Court
either a fat wether, a fat hog
or 40 shillings In money."


are being used o carry ood romW
agricultural areas to cities.
The Communist press said
transport is so short that East

69 Jobs Available

In Canal Company
A total of 69 positions are
presently available in the Canal
service, of which 20 are clas-
sifled or related positions and
39 are in the craft group.
The list of vacant jobs was
contained in the transler-
vacancy bulletin issued this
week by the PersoMnel Bureau.
The positions may be filled by
transfer of eligible employes
and applications should be
transmitted to the Employment
and Utilization Division.
Vacancies In ,the following
types of work are listed in the
classified and related group:
Accounting clerk, cash account-
ing clerk, postal clerk, clerk-
t' ist, clerk stehographe sup-
plR clerk, time, laWte and pay-
roll cletk, conwt.iction cost
analyst, eptmates esehgier, me-
chnilcal elhineer, hydradlic
engineering aide, male nurse,
card puncher operator, and
storekeeper. ,
Positions open in craft group
were listed as follows: road and
yard railroad conductor, electri-
clan, plant electrician, senior
plant electrician, floating crane
steam engineer, third assistant
engineer on U. S. Taboga pipe-
line suction dredge foreman.
track 'foreman, instrument
maker, machinist, fleet machin-
ist. locomotive machinist, tow-
boat master, molder, lock operA
ators (blacksmith. machinist
and wiremen), pipeline suction
dredge pump operator, power-
house operator, bulldozer and
tractor operator, plumber ship-
wright, and wireman.


,Here's 102 Gals Who


Love To Be Lonesome
By ARTHUR W. PRIAULX
NEA Speelal Correspondent
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e know the trath end th cunry Is f


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Abraam Lincobl


PANAMA, IL P., SATURDAY, AUGUST 8. U, ._



?Iame Transgoer La-c



st Germans hunger


Berlin faces a new potato fam-
ine. The price of vegetables
there has risen between 200 and
300 per cent.
A coal shortage and power
cuts also plaguqd -the Soviet
zone and added to.the unrest
caused by the Cu al unlt ter-
ror campaign sg ibt an esti-
mated Z,000,0Sa Batern red-
dents who picked up Eisenhow-
er food parepls in West Berlin
In the 13-day-oM relief pro-
gram.
Some 150,000 eame .to the West
today to push the total to about
2,000,000.
Police flying squads wielding
clubs and fire hoeM yesterday
beat back 3000 Communists who
sneaked into West Berlin and
tried to break up distribution of
food at five places.
A dozen Reds were hepoitaU ld
with head wougidaS Thirty were
arrested. Four polieemen were
The Communists Infiltrated
the American, Brtish and
French sectors singly or In small
bands, then assembled to Clamor
"American gwlne" and "Give
back the food" at East O'mkhw
pleking up the "Elsenhower
packages."
The West Berlin de ads
sped to the seenem ai o -




6 Chan s



For Federamn


plans agreed today that Europe
should proceed swiftly toward
political federation.
They said such action was
necessary because the Soviets
are not yet prepared to nego-
tiate European cold war Issues.
We s t German Chancellor
Koniad Adtnauer told newsmen
at the conclusion of a two-day
conference here.that he and
French Foreign Minister
Oeorges Bidault agreed on their
survey of ;the international si-
tuation.
"r am very satisfied with the
aqt,'" said Adenauer, "that Bl-
dault shares my view of the
international situation. When
he gave his analysis of the si-
tuation, he too said that Rus-
sia is not prepared at the
moment to solve the German
problem and only seeks to de-
ay discussion of this question."
The foreign ministers then
amm-seed their agreemet to
esI*bl ah a "eosuaity f
MOV ssgis states" wlba haI
xercae ast the supraaaona
powers already granted to the
six-atoen ehuman eeail and


PORTLAND. Ore., Aug. 8. fore I know It, even though I'm
-AO A) Did you ever see a on duty as soon as the msn The six
good-looking girl who loved to comes up." agreed to a
be lonesome? The cloud girls are more re- gratnln of
They have'em out here in Ore- liable than men, says Colonel the creation
=eu and Washington the George _pat Oregon's state kets.
lonesome cult. with 102 mem- forseter.f'W i'yr* 'more depead-
bers, aid their ranks are grow- able -d mere smisfled with 4o:- A commrni
ig. 'They get paid for Ining ng tler own eboA n., house- Ing th#bt
lonesome, from $201 a month keeping and the u me work other M-tt
up, and they love It. of scanning theirlu sare tives of th
They're called cloud girls, or miles of forest wlldedaess for Will. W 4
forest fire lookouts. They live signs of forest fires." 20 to "
alone all summer, from May to another tej
October, deep in the timbered "When coyotes bowl outside Hagus 00 0
wilderness, as much as 50 miles your those door ,' says Mary
from any living soul. Their Bea HaI, a Uni eriy of Oregon S
home is a glassed-in, penthouse graduate, '1 pla. a cornet W S
tower, perched on a mountain sole for the li brother of the he U '
top., wolf." For iee mUier at I
for weeks on end, they see no Laurel Mou k ary la ta
living soul. Their only contact Bea guarded.4M iare les of al
$i h civilization is a radlotele- unbroken tbr Wet W eslt
e. and the occasional 'fire -odp-- *
n who brings in fresh sup- "ItW the dreanm of every girl, We
pies. I gues," said this long-limbed,
-oOo- outdoor girl, "to live Inj a pent- 0
Curly-haired Anna Lou Wil- house." Shea got her dream. Her t]?1U
kins, of Castle Rock. Wash., now penthouse was a 14-foot-square WlSh
ma ning her isolated eagle's all-glass room, per d on a 40-
nest atp Wolf Point in Cow- foot stilt atop a 30-toot moun-
t Ba Is a new member of tain.
fl e t t-to-be-an"e cult. The lead girls ust be expert
s" te pdde of Ber fire-fith- ftre watchets, to detect the first
la1 s~a ~eaborts who man the fant signal of thin blue
amps miles away in smnke. They takes wind velocity
th serdfadinge twice dally, report
BOl r. ave it a thought, maoi..o and.tempersture, keep
Am%. when asked f a daily radiotelephone lao"
am Cr tloageme. ",Thwe's They mist carty the'own wood
S a. a5 ir's darks be- and water.
A-, a .-
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nations also have
step-by-step inte-
their economies by
of common mar-

aque issued follow-
erence said that an-
ng of representa-
nations concerned
- fn Rome on Bept.
are proposals for
tes cenfrance at

r said the de-
- ini"stmn


poured tons of cold 'P 0m
them from fire hose lA n-
to the fray. .
Pollee the d
included teh"


women, -
The Reo groups
der th* o Qt
and theru nts s@3
rnmum *& hind,'*


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BUS CRASWRU f
of them Mlo~aly, li ak..
soon after Morts. ,lM a m

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Battle of Hemi


Leaves Dor
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down as fast am
tor. Dior says
blow the knees. 6
shuts him oukt, ~l
st skirts wi M 1
'ever.
ericn women a
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to hag on to tuz


gorwn
bres: t
a' HIM


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ontume intto a
IM; la-ek@tU h

t Jackets and
fur lining .
r have full siF
.ip eygke
We topped by a
w oihffs a1* i
fat the fytime c
Igtding colors
i te dynamite
* earth bro*n,

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to the Red strong-a m.gta-
tore with such set was
all over 15 m i il the
dtmonstratione eM s i-
amultaneously at ly
seadtered food statl .
The second such tra-
tion this week '. the
U.S. sector dlst*t I-
lyn and Kreuzberg, nch


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