The Panama American

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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:
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:
AA00010883:01714

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RABAT, Morocco, Sept. 12 (UP) Two terri
crashed their speeding automobile today into a t,
Which the mw pro-French Sultan was riding. The
erilscues iu to y armed,.as his reoyl guards si
Prince Aks- UI one Bants. **
Spx .ent .Sulti ed Moulay Ben Arafa
ing a colorful processionof roya courtiers to pray a
mosque of Ahl-Fez de Tourge when the terrorist
mobile shot through a cordon -of police and
Guards and nmpsd into the Sultan's pure wh
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weaving car.
ei The driver was killed instantly. His compamiosn
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tenofiat violence In t ht rench ftem I p
trnder North African protectorate. bIa A1 rsem
W the q a : ammed was riding to in W at -I-t .
te p hm i o1n: the Moslem Sabbath most reWt out
Sw he 18a30 Ford convertible st. lt Mth b*,
Ina ap6Bee cordon at dBer chief of
i to 5 i.p slammed Into the Morocco laui the
f gsroce D! q meest off at horse, n bnoed i it down and that dethrooed
Breaking its leg. anti-Prech predea
m y u cmit- ImPerial pards wevnded Today the-U first
tatd in doia n bsn two of their own number la Sultan
.Bd the wild sheootlrg. Several by.- (CoatlUae ,
advice red-tidwe were -h whend
|dr oen = i n a ms mo the "il det -.
o t .ted bt n .eThe would-be killer was Iden- igh
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CKtrU Battle QOf Taxes Turns

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(NA) To ornot to "hae been iat bn m mF
be u2has U'& a bat- women to g~ Aob'eo,
iCOS T1 o asse. .ammunI- them goter et
.g tion d ob th igs asThe lad -em
Saome i eoSI in PC 1p ks and aor peeved by the
p no ,.th 8a an* fea tocover the cam- -Wecan't carry
info, re m re k to atick your a Paper adc."
In I? the wlk nkbed and n te capitol Hill mail writer.
Sos ah a n how ha o er ta. a fee .
Sprepraon her to Rep. dna bUs were inaludedin i
--, Aatmajor at- ly (D N YJ), -auttel al gage tax In the orlt .ln
Sper- to take' the eea t of aes cause it wr
Srhandba a. '*Mamfacturers and they don't really a
Ing, French on the Installment plL n as they bag Ia a ncessity to a
expressed buy furnishings bor their Repe. St. LGeorge. artoi
o speech In homes." McDoaough (R, Calif),
the Viet Milnh Rep. Kenneth B. Keating (R. Il Bd (R., NCJ.) a
Tribal rebels to N.Y.) who's attempting to help Wills to put a
arms before Oct. ladies over the handbag hurdle to government's U pe
S.already had by aklbg that teas be dropped p Mobo And =fa
Swdence from on under IS, has also be lhaupy to hear that
'^-II ? ,^ provi sIn his b if for removal Imb there lawmakwa
"A said "we have of the tax on cosmeticsa. Ing have their any,
against Corn- -0oo.- be no more tax on mamBA
dded that Cam- Anr indignant male writes prneartlna either. .
to the quarrel with h folws: -oOo--
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tine's Operations 25 Years
r today observed the ,,
IN l tit anniversary of its
t, having grown In a -
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mi- route and a single
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S 'fkU otmQore than 8700 miles
w. a, fleet of the most mod-
f airplanes serving seven .
8tButh American countries. .
S....The airline, whose name has
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4 of South America,
d. itself on 'keeping
M the latest deve-
Saviation over its
tfexistence and a-
S t usful innovations as
soon as they havoeteen fully
Proven.
I. Company officials are now
t studying commercial jet air-
Sraft with a view toward
them in service on
routes as soon as
S ca models for this ter-
Ier, have been developed.
-mille flight from Lima
; ra, Peru, marked the be- ..mak I
I innng of Panagra's operations,
Sheen a tiny Fairchild four i
r m a dusty nop race track. Progress made l eommerclOl aviation In the pa st MT e i b lt sybellsei na
Six hours and rfty minutes the pha=s tit flew Panags's fit flight p ced asmgsbe the DC-6 B l
i were needed to make the trip
which today takes a DC-6B on- been operating daily DC-6 El eighteen hours of the UVited sticks of safety, ty
ly two hours. The pilot was Interamericano express, Includ- States. andregularity to
Capt. Harold Harris, a famous ing the de luxe Fiesta Lounge, Other services in the' differ- the
figure in aviation, who was which serves all the west coast ent countries In which the and n In
largely responsible for founding and puts Buenos Aires within airline operates have .t ard- South American aviTet. .
s airline. -
In the two ait one-half de-
at even Ways To Be Sensible

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,d during anagra's history. Today, however, 65 per cent
-th safety always a prime of Amerleans purchase such
cor:M4eraton In Itas operations, things as TV sets, luxury au-
Sanagra has achieved an en- tohobiles, washing maseines an
1ableaety record over some furniture on a pay-a-y-uo
S"Orld' e wot difficult basis. .
4ho-no economist IIll im
SCheyney, sector of the a-.
4 Its plans fly over the hih tional Foundation for Consum-
iounts of the Andes, vast er Credit, has come up with
4 'n broad stretches of seven rules for sensible Install-
Sjpaaaesa of ocean. Uniting these Some economists believe lar.
|trri almost a s aUment buying l4A
sof the atlnen e country t,
one of the airline's out-neyerthe] most people toy
tn a sdi achievements, are buyn that ashdi n
,Tis year Panagra was a- goods they buy a lot
a its ninth consecutive people working.
SAration Safety Award by the Federal Reserve figures on
Sliter-American Safety Council. Installment credit show a stag-
citation for the year 1952 gering $19 billion in 1953, as
S bestowed "For flying t vei compared with $2.7 billion in
s ofthile A network a total 1980. .i.h .oe up
S12 fl ng tiles totall- -
T o n, andg miles The followxb ing po dter
S t an aident or fatality out by Cheyney may be of le Mm
to passenger or crew." special interest to the women. 3 rati1u0M1 m9a
OCq of the outstanding ad- who do 80 per cent of our buy- mi
ances recently made was the ing directly or by influencing
ab ent of a tourist serv- a man:
S t onomy rates with the 1. Pick your instplg lent .
-4B airplane, the last word house the way you pic your ---- -
enommeralal aircraft, friends-with care Consult the a
Better Business. Bureau. You've
Wfth a capacity for 70 pas- ot only yourself to blae if PICTOGRAPH shows how Installmen tying boomed since 19M. ..
ngers, pressurized cabin, ad you get hooked with Inferior
a omrsing speed of 300 mes merchandise or fantastic carry- 3. When you walk into a ep Iwrtfer to put their With
per hour, this plane has done ing charges. store ask two questions: the lpoMe pash Into money-
h to encourage tourist 2. Don't be a sucker and cash priee of the article and nvetments. There ie
en ourisg Installment busnins to big a differ try an- U t credit a foft of -
tto .reralw ghly compettlit their a ore.o Try alve stores eo sta t
',* ": '" -4. Come clean Wyu the cred- the "lu of Installmnt Th M'
Stemanager. Should he ask per- byi oe in America is .
S| nal questions-like how much of thei:. s that surpriasM Wgtanlzation in i
you owe other stores-it's be- Eur o 'when they come to '
its | cause he doesn't want to bur- this coh. Installment ered- eIit for various
den you with a load ou won't it is alwa unheard of inJu t-
CEN L+";"flBJUb able to carry. buyerse are rope. -. -* j--
Ss oL 3 ed sut of a sale, who send a 'a oion cited Include ie
hch. note six months later to thank lod leve adthe
OSA torsU.Da e 's the credit manager. a dr spent n
t h A mri q j u p I t t e f s s o eylt-h| 5 R e a d y o u r in s t a ll m e n t c r e d v e r l- yur o p e N o t o
SIIt-contract carefully. Hazy un- m eain psych
Pr derstanding can cost money. between people re
6.. When squeezed for cash a:-
($lA ages, for example) call the
t manager immediately h, up wth .
?ons Case. ottaG histories show Toe t ou,
N E P T R A L oR-w odA A .. C.s hisori. ao .|, m;nog l.Mge
S. -- towers u le to make pay- f.a .

CLo A F L 0 R E S a tomr.ew.er on the levelbbage
AND A 3) i3. 7 G pOF BPANISH MOVIE ARTIST* '1. D eon' get trapped by.,t I l
AA heomeP-on advertising (nothing-
AT 0 oO'. M. And The Releae Picture: 2 Hown and-tour years to-
"THE 3I FRAMiE" with Mark S f vel y kind). This inflates inter- GE2 -V WY (UP)_
"THE DIG FRAME" with Mark Stevens md carrying charges. Con- lme ntsat te state a Jroul
ntrate on heavy down pay- ,tation here show th t
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unforgettable holiday. More memorabeJ yet
aboard Braniff's istinguished DC-6 Istper,
El Conqjuisader. It's theheight of luxury fying. :r
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S ALMOST A MEAL IN ITSELF is this Chic ,'Tek1 al W3Sil If your small daughter's
S Loaf which is served utb lited tomatoes and hot rolls. Io0ni rates redecoration this
S. ... fall. you 'can combine .candy:
We stopped off at a '..I. siint-It, l canned pimento, die- LtX prettiness with wash-tub;
hou.'e under items ii.neIi A- to practicality. .
* h'rs8 College Ma.- The uin i .l tei butter. Add, union and This should satisfy her love-
' eon was. buil rii.no tilh:- iok minute. Stir in flotir ,'f feminine -frippery and ypu-
Clous chtrien salad loaf. The,' Ado milk chIcken bouillon re:slistic outlook on grimy
were slIhea iuiiiatort, big coun- tube, mu.stxad Uan contents of hands. drips, spatters and spolsi
I try ones. hnt roll direct flin, tin of niushrooms Bring to that have a special affinity fur:
the oven and for dessert lie- hod.. tirring constantly Acid' a child's
en peaches W, asked f.. thIII. cheese and continuii to stir n.- One of the prettiest and most:
Stecipe. Hope vi like it. too -ii cheese 1 melted Combjne r'actlcal new fabrics for a
rincaronr and chicken in larg2-cad'rcad, A. evnl
f Chicken .Macaroni Said Loaf mixing now.. Add Aced piniin-4ets ,,rry,
16 generous servings) to. Pour -it cheese aucic antjiO. Ter c i the
I One-quarter eup butter, 2 rnix thorouigMly. celorsl. Iturc
Stiolespoons minced onion I I P.ace in well greau-ed Ibaf tadl ,little gfrs '
cup flour. 1 1 4 cup., nulk I1 ar. 8x4 inches. Bake in mod- kle pre-shrinkhng, has.
ch'rken bouillon cuoe. I teL- e(-.tc ove. 350 degrees F.. until inated terry's T In-i
Sspoon prepared mustaid. 3 .Rhtly browhed and: done, :-.a action to $ag and rink
o'inces-.qan chopped broiled hout 4-0 nAiiWe .L$l In p0api t of fit It i also the
Smushroonms 4 owices pioce, tnen refrltit .When tao-Wabric easier t# sow n ape.
American cheese, diced, 2 cup. i'oa2hlv cold. net'et oi colrf But-come wash d 1 the.
c.-.oked elbow macaroni, drain- -erving plalter. Garnish ani l"tb it goes with as uc'ease
91 ed. ]1 2 cups finely diced cook- .eive. cutting loaf in slices like as a bath towel. You can avoid,
*i ed chicken, turkey or roa't an ordinary meat loaf ieep creases In ea terry bed-
'- .- ...... .- spread by using a H t;sPin-
anj Iing cycle .. &tic n a
4, $.. ... .' asher. Adjusting t get,

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HA ALLCIA RART Laundry experts advise dry-
N SEA Beauty EditorI a. .' "ng terry home furnishings
'out.aloors in the shade, using
SDo you have a sub teer. Ilel lines for large' nI I
daughter who's unhappy anoit rid it eater to t -the
J square figure? )%e's not yt ad over the line ore I
illxnmed Into her* tfen-age fig-, ig it vigorously e .
lure, and yet she doesn't have 'hing .minly doe
th roundeid hbbh. nboa, sheu .stAlInes to avoid p


o.ice had. To keep h'er pr6ttV
Lind bl9py. you can choose the
type of clothes that camou-
Clage her square chubbinesb.
}lep pre the eatures you'd
ljok To. in this '1te of dress:
I Slight exta fullness
throign sleeves., shoulders and
a ast!!re .
2 Eiabt.jczed waist at the
back.
3. Smooth,.'tion-bulky fabrics.
4. softtaflor
6. Width-cutting tricks like "
pAnel fronts and top interest.I
t. Small, quiet plaids, checks '
&t.d prints; narrow stripe!.; flat'
pleatsl .
All these desirable slimming'
features are to be found in
soap-loving fall and winter cot-
tons and blends of cotton with
synthetic fibers.
Also remember that a 'slim
look Is never achieved by skin-
tight fitting.


Little Min Chubby is slender.
libed with dress that has eastl-
clied waist-ba.k, lat pleat,
fullneriW i shoulders. This h
Important step in developln4
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Gel More For Old
Furnishings With

You'd be mu.r.p.dioraT. oi'e
ore looking for whatever you have to
ahl. You can reach 'ens quickly
and cheaply with a Panama American
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Finishing trni should be as Bal "A'
easy to care for as the terry if "A'
cloth. That's why I like cot- well WS,
ton ball fringe which looks spa*.-
soft and fluffy but takes the
same soap-mdswatr treatment 4.-
Bright-colpqWa oo rugs- n' '
(1 use the most inexpensive MANY OF O SAT w. r't
kifid-- take the punishment must go" to such and such a
of dirty feet and are easy to place perhaps a thousand. .
keep clean if you wash them miles, away amply because
often. someone said how beautiful It
I like to use two or three is there. Yet we forget that
small rugs in key areas such right here in Panama there a" m TI
as by the bed. under the play many beautiful and interest swunmmi
table and In front of the doni .y a t t oure
*house. They're simpler to you about one in partlcut. a y to
wash than one large rug. Five hours from Panama Clit your w
An unexpected benefit gain- in the Interior, off the Pan- Motta%
ed from prettying up a little American highway there is ton. It
daughter's room is the pride e most'-ypeal small flatter
ane has, at least temporarily towns I have ever seen...it'sml -t ,
in keeping it neat and clean., called Ocu.t1 e,ev.r 'liselan whUse
name meaning Barba de m hateffll
Lcor tutts. It t4 said that st- at
rou4 1tS21t trtbe-clled,td.sag- ceMati
( i) Q/ na Idlabited that region -and
e." "P e//en supposedly had large planta-
tlons of corn. Hence the "corn '.'
tuft." For some reason or' oth-
&MM- er this tribe disappeared but p.
pi.ed .iMfteWbkly. they left rtlallaces and in-
i,.pedFiction s criptilonIwrit in rocks. For -
n want ot commnllecation the i
iu EET Ivillage has preserved its tradi-
6I nIREE tons and customs.-more than
AnnCmarle Selinko. others. Cattle and agriculture
rnM. Uris. 'are the pMeiPial mDeans of ex-
Di n ,',ARK ANGEL 'Istence. Tlbe ar;-'some small- -
fr" SWala,' 'er Industrieksuch as the mak ,- ,
HIGH MIGHTY Ing ofl haltHowever, a great -Aqs ,
im t K -O i deal of pIogress has been made -,
S' 'BRI DOS AT TOKO-RI since tih4Pan American highway
aes Michener. was built. Oou has become ir.
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/ FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS I
Household Automobiles .e e a *,^,i Mi FSeoer' Cottages.
Wvl Akssel AmleGmyimm IgJ Santa Clara. Pl-as-
FOR ALE Modern warrobe ,n FOR SALE 1950 Oldsmobile 76 20 1 Asesa. C. Z. linens. Phone Balboa 2-181
codtinrdi- $ lnc. condon radianto Clara
wo c .c..ord. b'. S6 C0 Ma, be seen Ihroughout day at DR. WENDEHAKE. Mbdical Clni. WILLIAMS Santo
o.C. \, Epar a NO Apr Balboa dron. I ,2~0 cash. Must Central, Avenue "K" St., corner, togas. Large. comortabli
t Och. '% -a Espan.a NO)-4. Ap, Balboa Gaircien. iii., cash. Must n 79,K~ o near beach. Baolboa, 3050 1aspl
ll Ak rr Johnson Telephone -3479, Panama. near beah. Balboa30
Fc SALE-- ALE --ld;moble 4-door so- A VISIT TO THE SAN GLAS r E S
Alt .'a.r, Fr.gare 9 Cu t o. 19049, model 76, excellent ISLANDS. SIPTE 4IR II. I9, 20 Grm Electric e Sna Cla
2All DcOr..r, ri.n e' nchonc cTndlton. excellent The Irip of our life. A Jungle Jim tee Eleatrc iceb te,.
old s: oo,. .n i .' ., ,n good corndon, 4ew Joanrt thru the Panama Canalt Co- moderate rate. Tleie .
'l' r, m:.Cr e r ce.er, or,,nl owner. I I.000 Ion .an Blai and Porto Bello! A three m ; 4-
h- e ..,u r~I Te, ,ho. Paramr,a 2-3067. dov trip aboard the Hotel El Panama's Phillips. Oceanside cottages,
.o J- -_-- "Pe coidoia. Leave Balboa Friday 6 a. Clara, Box 435, Balb ob.:
Saror I -" '. i P FC SALE ---c'0 Ch.olet Sedon m. arr.,e Colon 230 p.m., leave Panama 3-1877,.-Crt bqo
S4C ,: K God c;.-d,-- on. Coll Balboa Colcn 9:30 p. rn. for San Bias and Hu o beach, Sant 1i
Sta B-r .' '. ______Porto Bello. returning Colon SundayL
Sa. S rgn re BaFC-R SALE 193 Chrysler Custom afternoon. Through the Cbnal Mon- ir SHO APN., "or t
I --t I perI,,ol Seaon, power brake, tor- day 6 a. m. returning to Balboa. Por se cartokar thLere,
$ SkAL -25 C,-- i cu ft. que convrter. urt.lrans. radio. Mea's catered by El Panama. Bring or e cartaker there, --
Vea~.noh: .e ,_.:eF n retrige'- noted d glcis whrte walol tires Phone slacks, shorts, bathing suit, jacket. OR RE
'Lr. der .ie,' .: .:k good ccrd. 3.1--194. een.ng Coco Solo 579. flippers and spears for underwater
r, C-.d-rC.c d., closer. bot h -- -- thing, and your camera and rolls LA
00 6 ,c' wa h 1ng m- FOR SALE Sort De Luxe. of color film. Please make reservd-
S'h. .."e gc.u cOr dto. 3500 Ot- Mercur, oil extras. Phone Curun- ton early through yur TravelATT TION G.
(t', Bno.. 2-2.~28 Home Pedro du 24. __Agent, or Jungle Jim Price at Pan- apartments, one, taW bedreams.
.. .... ... .apartments. one, .t 'beldr ooms,
.;" i;d.i 4 tse FOR SALE 193,9 Bu.ck Special on-a 3-1660. Special price for groups hot and old watet T ephone
-P ,' R *-l.n Maid-. .t.- I Ex.e!lert tcr,diron Coiall Rodman of 10 to 16 people. Panoma 3-4941.
FC' 'SALE .1c-de, n ,M aid a...part ... ... .Panama 3-4941. "
fn'ir SiCP Ir.trfnal.,inct Harvester Na.l .,,.ar.. 3571. CIstbol-C,,on Humane Society has ALHAML RA ATS i
re 'r ora:: ,cu ft bed corn 'FOR SALE 1938 Buick. new tires. dogs, cars. kitens who need homes Modern 2, 4 and 5 ,'turmished
Spete. Al ,1 excellent cond.i.on eng ne iu..l oerhouled. in excel- desperate.li. oil sizes, colors, sexes. or unfurnished. CRA-I' Alhombra's
;*,..:e 14 .2th Street, San Fran. lenr ccr.ditior,, $17500. 19417 Some spay, and alters. Give them Office 8061, .'0tlh '* Colon.
4 .- PvrFirouth 4 Dr.. good condition a home and they will give you fove Telephone 1396.... :c
.C L.. -Serel Reiigertor 7 ut, d pa. 650. House 120, Pedro and compr.lonship. Help those who RENT: apart-
For; t. L' .- erelRelgeroor.243.B M ge Tlephone-4-5 cannot help themselves, they need FOR RENT. Tvfbroom part-
o (r A tr.. Quarter 243-B ments .n a bro 'w four apart-
M- Sl: FOR SALE mets house, I7I;. in Via Ar-
S colored pach FOR SALE -'ECIALEXCUR ONS aLACSA gentinao, El Fo infor-
r-.'-.,-E-' am colored porchS PANAMA-MEXICO one way 5105 mtion cr li
tieshl, painted, like ne [ d motionCli
t.. eshi painted, Iske ne~ totorCVc es 2w rouna trfi $17925 115 day .
".- _. o hceit, .i165. good one 'ear; to FOR RENT.-..NiceJ imishod apart-
7...FOR SALE -n 1952 BSA. Star twi-
L,- LE.-Frngidcre Refrigerator FOR SALE -1952 BS A Star twn LOS ANGELES one way 179.50 meant ncludig r ifrigerotor, 2-
.. ..... $300 Do IBxer' molorcy= E. Full race engine. 649 rundtrp $31289 90 dy mtJ. bedrooms porch, parlor, dining
l. i .er old $10 00. House Lscoda Road, phone 2-4408. Panama Dispatch Service. 36 Ave- room, kitchen, snitory service and
.D ocoll FOR SALE-Motorcycle. 1953 Aridl n.da Noc.onol lAutomobile Row. -garage, $100.00. Suitable for two
SL -B"-yohs- -b- ed square four, S600. Phone 4-567 Tel Panama 2-1655. couples Aly Mrs. Loke, via Be-
1 SALE -Bovs cb youth's bed ou Pedro Mg lsorio Porras. houie 56.
'ernistic, complete Must sell House 1_Pe-ro Mguel.
4'2.7-'lao.l.Tel.2,-2722 FOR SA.E FOR RENT-F-urnished apartment, ,.
FOR SALE FOR .SALE o nJ Is C |
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r ironer nd h rm eceen Real Esrate :li avrel aneo ,r o
,- FOR SALE.--Chalet in San Francis- FOR SAE:-I o trunks, good con-
e C der $ .. .cr co, 2 bearooms, $13.000. Agen- d .ion. ur.ndu. Tel. 5176. FORRENT- e room aptnent
oe cr o. 8. c alfer cia. Thomas. Central Avenue 259. FOR SALE:--4lctr ibl new building VEspoa, 4lw e
Ci.ole ru~oro. $;8. tables 50 cts Tel 3-1069 FORn SAL r -withti Si onabe 3-4841 Panam.i.
t1'9's Octogaone water intecror 10 sewing meside with'a thnew-t
61r-B. Ancon Bld Tel 2-1890 FOR SALE--Lost of land, between e, p FOR Tifynew.
"I C"' street and 15th, also a farin8 Sunddc/
SALEScti l sol, a mth n ChlbeTelephone 3-b957.Q. 3II r a Curun- o
otnv. ,ed plastc upholstery I
00 Austab.e dress m T FOR SALE:-2 AKC registered Cock en privilege. 43rd St. No. 43, Apt.
500 toa stroller .0.00 : anil U er Spanie;s, black. I mole,. female. C
l-C Balboa 2-63 I____ 2 yr. old. excellent with children,
Month's V calion I Zenith rodio-phonograph i3
r eh M H e""..Henspeds, combination, console, 25 U P I .
Saechonica Hen o 40 cycle; GE 8 tube tableist
HAVANA (UJl Cubans caRi model rediao.25,or 60 cytle. May *W
O0ABALL, Ala iUPi -There'' now look forward to ;. month's be seen at Quarters 380-A. Fort
vendingg machine here that'paid vacation every year. Clayton, anytime. Tel. No. Cloyton USAF e K rAn'
vtalR1resh eggs. You drop coins President Fulg.nckl, Batista 5207.
;!&e' slot and then open a lit-I has issued a decree codifying all
tULtdoor and take out a box ofIthL rules pertaining to paid va- FOR SALE.-Fish Fanciers- Neon Te- G i
a -dowen fresh eggs. Icatlons The new la., Liakes it tras, a limited supply, also Corya- f[
4J8te "eggomat" was built by compulsory for an employer to doras Aeneus ICotfishl. Aquatic To e Ulll
L.,il. Roberts to let his cuS- grant a mninth's vacation to a tonic. Brine shrimp eggs. and dried
tmiana drive by and help worker for dVery 11 months he Dcohnae. Send us your name and
ttmlUKves, if they have lhn. works,. address ana we will mail you a WDINT PARK, Fla. Sept. --|
pmijr- change. They can select Recognlz':jig that an employee rc-pyv of A Longlife and a Healthy iUP--Thanks to a handful ofl
arai, mediurn or large ees .in r.:(ds to .es, irom his joo lor Life for sour Aquarium Fishes." Air Force veterans, an Orlando
aecoidance to their preferenrr h, heal..-,. sake, as well as for, Casa M.ke, Aptdo. 466, Colon, R. newspaper and a Florida phi-
-":*,p egg vending machilne<'tn ell-oeing or his iamUy who P. _anihroplst, a -South Korean
1.1^'J. 45 dozen and is loaded ac.,: nd oin lim lor their sup- FOR SALE--Mon's Englirh bicycle vYnuth I going to get a college'
teep the back where the boxes po.t, the '.ecrde also compels Coil Panama 3-3580 eduratia n ln the i'Ufted 8tater
o0' "'ag are placed on gently the v:orker to tak.; the time oftf .. --. He tis'ae Jae Kity, an hon-
ilopmg boards The cotn-on-rat- (,,e im Tie'emnploSer i6 grant- AMATEURS ATTENTION: -+- One or gatnl lt from .Taegg, who
ed mechanism can be change ei a ,.ve ,nd one-hll, month Harsey-Welis \ F O and Pan was reqntly accepted condl-
tsal2 ad '.,.t4 in th pe. od ,aitet Ue vacation coies. Adpter various and sundry Tubes tonally 4t a freshman at Rol-1
Iui u u in lhi 'h' to R ,p t the pald parts. all i perfect condon.lina College here.
11i law".) I 2610-A. C.col.
a t workTr uld rsi he youth's acceptance grewi
B- ubeibe ore hia .wal-o i s FOR SALE -1C. to 20% discount out of a letter published w, |
RD, N. H. -UP Thpted, ore 4is in all Carrara Marble headstone.l.he Orlando Evening Start
oblem in Washington ,isdcemear i only this month, and special granite whio0 eplalned his desire to
s "buter Saccord- vacation ay-,&rj for Mt Hope and Corozol. get an Ameran education. The
5, S.en. Sty&M Bridges t.vht time t Y n ec ee r MARMOLERIA MORENO story of the hard-working Ko-
'e kind you spreadviCs or establishment Panoma -Phone 2-2656 zean boY',11str"Iggle for learning
-to supervise amd -n- led to a flU ltuition scholar-
Brldves tol a group 0 to supervise a SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN THE HU.sp from Dr George aHOp-
Ill. HA said he was re- foice the 'aw. MAN FEMALE by Dr. Alfred Kn- dyke, local plhantrhropist.
persons who are ',fo say now available on special orders
bi''... "' -so long o-Y A ltat $S.00, 850 pages. with numer- Bae Ja" T ju's quest for a
oue,.charts and tables. Order now college ed uetion started back
S W while r from AGENCIAS STEER. S. A. Tel- In Taeg vwire .he served as
,ly pho ne Panama 2-1219, Aparta- an in"'pyn for the Air Force
W OWNo, lR. H. ('UP, RAN A doTTI, o 731. shortly after' the Korean waM
eddead clinging to the A youth walked up the pier FOR SALE:-1953 table model Ze- fri ends with many of th e
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fbo a the pet pony he extending.into Lake Michigan[ Inith Ilo.-phonograph 25 pieces rifficms,, O airmen and e a e
on ridir. The same liiht- a tu hrang liven reaend tlytW1 1 service 4) Ballerina dishes. Phoned o- A ,?. auud .ts .alo -$
-twofishingr line"and an Y iAlb-k 7-181ae r tAgmksand Its to one of'
bo',Pf- As several bewildered anglers Laime, 1Wr. zW to.ohenW tlla
'looked on. pmelicopter Helps rmado, 0 nall e

an'. then tb heu Make Congo Safe h, e had wored hard
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E:T oeigt-an oftielals hold the heli- Wal uie t the young Ko-
Bg Leopo le Is the Belgian story. e thaper account
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will try to get back into the winner's circle when he
.I-'oes against five other Class "B" norses in the fea-
tured $750 seven furlong dash at the Juan Franco
National Race Track.
Following his poor perform- The winner returned $30.20.
*-ance In the $5.000 Gambling $2.80 and $2.40 and in the one-
joard Classic almost two months two combination with Jaqulm&-
.. ago. Klosco has been on the zo $97.
sidelines. He is reportedly work- The only other upset was Ott
ing well again and should be a (Arturo Philllps) which upset
tough nut to crack in this re- lopsided favorite Pavers (Blas
latively short race. Aguirrei in the third race. Oti
The five-year-old son of Ore- paid $12 to win and the one-two
gano-Kisca will be opposed by with Pavera returned $21.20.
Coynes Edgar. just dropped a Jockeys Alfredo Vasquez 'and
elass: C'oq Au Vin, Postinovich, Atuirre shared riding honors
.. Agate and Tanger. with two victories each.
S; The dividends:
Bias Aguirre will pilot Kiosco
'Jose Bravo has the leg up onj FIRST RACE
Covnes Edgar. Alfredo Vasquez1
.will guide C'oq Au Vin. Orlando i-Mochito $480. $2.60.
-Cstillo will ride Postinovich. 2-Amazona $2.60.
OF-er Mazuera will be Agate's
ri,'er and Fortunato Hidalgo Jr SECOND RACE
w'V handle Tanger's reins.
rhe race shapes up a real I-Slamo $4.60, $1J0, $2.40.
1 rdinger on paper with each 2-Rina Rol $6.40 $5.20.
the entrants having a good 3-Sweet Windsor $3.20.
e of scoring. First Double: (Mochito-Sis-
other interesting races are mo) $9.20.
on an excellent pro-
THIRD RACE
r ay afternoon. Jos6 M.
a) Quintero's strong fin 1-Oti $12. $2.60, $2.20.
Pu-iropo II took advantage .l2-T $2.40,1 12.20.
te fz'lne pace set in the 3- 1 Oula -Pa $2.20
S$55 0. Cin a "C" seven OneTwo: (Ot-Paver) $21.-
Hprint and came one 20. FOURTH RACE
Shs' ty late min- URTH RAC
t thus helm-
B utae so ti ull zotoi-M a $2.60. $2.20.
a oTiO.ier .win ducat 2-A-vi. M-tru-
Uon hm. Avi to) $1 Mr1

M yi R, ,got Pfropo a InulI I TS RAC
I" LtIIU. usual and, ,the
t :-year-old bay son the
ntdha Aettsted gain- -"b a- .aa
Sthe leaders turpftg for 3-Li Lobaa 4 .
c.Rose took 4 desperate 3- .
'r:Sl e by saving round an the
lwSde and it paid off when he
m'.'coed to squeeze between the -, -,,,,io,, .4, 3."
IL'ArnRi Jaqulmazo and Valley/ ,,, $.4.0,.0
M= to score going away by a 2-Henry L- e $3.
hfvirnth.
kOarre set the pace for SEVENTH RACE
l*fw eaititance then Jaqulma- n Darling $4.0 $2.40.
t 'Newmin.ter continued -. Alabarda $2 60, $220
) in the lead until the head Alaorda$260, $2.20.
he homestretch where New- 3-Corta $....60..
omes.r1I'th wher New- .Second Double: (Pineelaze-
.Mse fell back and Valley Riv- Vain Darling 3 Finc60
er'joined Jaqulmazc. In the drive Vain Darling) $2.60.
.to .tje Piropo II came on EImT RACE
Sbet. EIGT RACE


Juan'Franco Tips
B rv ClrOwCK


1-Pinta $5.40. $4. $2.40.
2-Tllama $4.40. $3.
3-Dallda P $2.20.
Oni n i e !a: (PIntaTilama)
36.20.


ny Rvww NINTH RACE
t ak S naeitdad 1-Piropo _$3 d0 $2.40.
s-ueen&a 4 tw tia --WVle'
4-Pl enlr On f IS-Jaqul-
C- ,-.e Win Fri Fru mazo) $97.
--B-',y Rtl Publico
71--C"lee Brand jihia TENTH RACE
'8---'l"rian Maid Vampiresa
-9-* -': Barre Bedlam 1-Ppnho Fplctn 7.40, 6, $4.
0--n-,',triovich C'oP Au Vin| a-Mv Dear A5.40. U.
-- "'e Dauber Arkansas 3-Scotch Chlm $3.40.


STRZ:NGER THAN ANYTHING

[ ELSE IN THE WORLD


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P. Hone Jekey Wt.WL COMMENT
Ist Race "H" Native 4% eg.PnM: 57, PoOl elnaa t:
Finst ae. o the poubl .s, ": B
1-Sirena V. Casti. lid -aDtance handicaps
2-ilnceridad J. Phil. 11 -Rates good chance '
3-Escalerilla R. Toaf lxl4.-rHandicapped. r der
4-Kontikl E. DO lO 110 -Distnce toae '
5-(Piropo F. Rose 108 -Ratbs top eonadrata .1
8-(Isa A. Gon. 112 -Could belp .tablemate -1
7-Miramar J. Bravo 112 -Jockey wil help 4.
8-L. Molly 0. Mauers 19 -Rates fair chance
9-Lady Caren A. Yeca 104x -Mutuela favorite '

2nd Race. "E" Native 7 FphPurse: $31.& P6 l elemme : l :
Second Race of the Double,


1 -Tuira
2-Malaya
3-Proton
4-Filon
5-Villarreal

3rd Race "B"


R. OtGerra l21xO-4q0 n oa recently 8-1
F. Hidal. 100 -0Be ehc l.6-1
0. Masuera 108 -WIl 1.e pao 3-1
A. Vauquea'l*0 --8ems best of group 1-2
A. Yca lSx-aood race last out -1 *

Native Pf. Pumw. $550.0 Pol eldS-: 1:411aid
of1l TWO li


1-Valaria F. Rose 111" -Terrible rae ut
2-4Redondlta 0. amers 11a -Rates top chban
3-lxaola A. Vbk lOM 10-Improving slowly
4-M. Goddess B. Agurre 110 --SeeM slackut
5--olden Bound J. PWh.. 0 -Eary speed any


5-1
1-2i
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4th Race "G" Native 4% T$ 9750 flu aloesL s: :8lO
I TINIKLA.


1-Domino
2--Reorte
3-(Volador
4- (oran
5-o80uvenir
--Sh6rry T.
7-Regia


A. Vwaques
J. Cado.
J. Phil.
A. Coronado
. J. Bravo
B. Aguirxe
O..CUatl.


Note-Sherry 'TEa runs oui
aot.


118 -Depends on t kal U-i.
118 --AMother fraco ope S-
110 -Ditanee fm a ort 6-
107l--N6nterest.d 5-1"'
1 -Jockey wiB "i.h 3-1
1 -eintedf e n
112 -buld' M
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5th Race "F" Native 6% Fgp.Zure: I546. Pol eloes: 2:,
1-Simple Win. B. Aguirre 11i -MAs-easy piOhgs 1-
2-DleI de M. A. Coronado Ilkt-CoWild uptthll S-1
3-CoLa Linda V. Rodri. lau- I t a -
4-Muflco G. Sanbemi 1i mid h~ I-
5-Etriquath Mena R. 1latle 20"1.
6-Ri ta V. Brown 10lo-Rider ttlc a 0-1
7-Fru ru J. Bravo 112 --8s pM easa'pl4ce 2-1

6th Ae "I" imported $"I rp.hirds: $I9 ?l P ele4 d : l3:3
Fl X Rst a ths D6nbi 1,2
1--our Tadry A. VmS. 120 -at,4 tob tre tI.
2-Publico F. SEal. 103 -IngiablMlty 10-1
3--attolo A. bldb a 118 -Otde.hance only 0- 1
4-Gonsaga. V. Cba, 122 -Vastly poied -1 ,
s-NU.tnq* A. Mtea 116 -Can bst thoetI a-1
6-tapartao J. Oon. 10 -l-Ha langhot chace 10-1
7-Baby Rol F. R 11 -Retua~ frsI e ret 20-1 1
8--P. amlet V. Ortf lie 118 horse 3
0-Goryto |. Camp. 10*x -w t = r
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7th Race "0" Imported 7 Fs.Pmrwm.41t.M Pf :doms: 140
Seoa4d Ra of tho- lM b le .
1-Choice Brand A. Va: 110 -In better slp enow 2-1
2-Delhhik R. GOuerrt 107z-WCou eore U. t 51
3-Legation V. CastL. 11- n10-1
4--Prtobelo A. Gom.-0IU .104 3
5-Pla Jullo Ri.i10 -- 1or .5-iL
6-Roadmaster P. idB M 106 --Impwv ng I 3-1
7-S-un's Moon B. Aguirt 115 -HIoraRto be- 2-1

5th Race "r "Imported. 7 F Poe: MO.MW Poel elomes: 4:4


1---Clanaagua
i--,Aer=an M.
3-VAmplresa
4-Plarers
--Granero
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1-State B. V. CUtI. t118-
&-Bedlam J. ravo 110 Iat t
S--cwbridge B. AIulrIe 116 A ider "
4-Vlste 0. Rcos 112x-- ,h iong rest 50-1-
5-Soythla 0. MAsuera 112 -CoM l -i
6-Mr. bot A. bldia 103-i t llity

"h Ipet "3" imported 7 FgVm.Pft4ItWil eloses: 5: I
U Vin A. Vag. 115 -N9 r:'t. ck 5 4
S. B Agirre 112 -Ret l* dU shape .-1
ich O0. Casti. 1068 f j price 4-1
4ftB,. J. Bravo 118 --me .ilW 3l-1,.
r. idal. 103 ..C las IB ,-1


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F. Hidal.
V. Casti.
V. Rodri.
A. Via.


Crimrmins Finds


118. -
10 -
115 --
1172 --
120 --


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SLOOD0T6N, Ind.- Sept.
12--(NBA)- Bernie Crimminm
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football squad had more sze,4
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Mentors, Obrls 0m al 8a t a h
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b. yABBY ORABSON 'Now kgoi t a young fighter, the otlh0r gy
To do NA Spo rt Editor and want to break him in. I Everbd eet
~and fl -~ don't break him in unless I "Today those k indu
gatrh 'bl ,$W -.YORk, Bept. 12 -HI t hink es fjot f chance even- not around. A S
nttII Ionstani D.Auato. tutU. i to bring him few fghts, d 4
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mtoottllt his .menge Is a 11 .112- They tkar they're not going m aW he an e oM
of vthueI yeat-- '~ 'So rthe- a2 MY- .lab. They're in there to there.
,b ", Ms old ha me. et~'yd 4ePatterson, w M letk- a buck. They don't d
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OUr e d no more thaakem of thselvesn today I more.


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Gaaso, of Newark, N. in g
Mai In A. custody at Camp
mer, aJ., alter "hitch-
Smg"0 miles from Ko-
Ga sso said he wRa .
1,, aft being held in Ko-
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t a f *r"r trial. HIA father ..
fthde him .surrender. WASHINaTON. eWt. 12 (UP) o zly 15l4Wg It ,t. atry
The Interaational B 6g810.. aeirttoI. wdf-1
BuearaOld B oy u- taye r e. n ,. .,o
aS pubilahe M t It ad
granted favor i Tra e Trefuj
b ns In Own man a favo.f mn aT In
which will save him $165,000 on per.8 in Income taxs the story, a
th ale -ear period, and bureau aO9
SOfwin 1 riU S bhown a co0 0 0. If Truman took a be avl
written by Jlpp How .. In one year, 1hrW uch inornmal
iMBIA CITY, d, SeptTrman tp-How t to p av $508~00 taxes the unname
IOS' M A oCDd..ept. an tod .ngtonly $9?, 0. who was cauc
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;d 4r.g,:d by a runf, cOW, it It's good news."
v- "row"edbyhisnDa Claims UN 'Pe
f o oday. spread, over ai |
Mihael oster son of come tax na
ohW. fdied in Me- for $600,000 .-
wnorial H wnospital e d Y. President ehowr gtW i "
ThI~ovI wa leadink-Q~a ow Peden es
e to another with taxes fm the sale h -
,bgq..er tied around his walt.War,,.memoirsteus ., ..
...thmeanimal boltednod. A Wis(u)
noL os1P, field.' his bookaa ft Mir,
il hu r a tm a for .. dl--
iman at tha~ Tniversi:ty of Ken- ."
e% g -"I and took Is Atol-.
- Deu- cnroner Jules Herritter mA e
."s's-- d- th ai caus- f
t 'hyxiation] Ahen the
r -'.zed hi(tomach,
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w of. the air. *W R* e.(* ai^' 4fl
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Joseah Pro'a iieged ra'ng ibc tteo- Jo
Mafia, was indicted by a federal promised to
.k P ltoamgndjuy stoday a. nteon sda h
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sEMe Index had risaen by only .
grlTwt compared with 15 per ARnt. 7. "t
u in 11. SaUy an w .
Said t in the first seven ed tof M
of Wths year the nation fined O
has eatenf'32.000 tons of meat counts. .*
More thalt4n the first sever, Su .Van xm
months of 1l. 60,000 tons more leoed- to be a Ea s.bh
bacon, and 41,000 tons more acSatea "black hat"
sgar. Isat in n tais country.
Je said: "There is no reason-
prospect whatever within .
foreseeable future of being
to buy much more butter 1* ft
we are at present eating.
W'hl means that we must be F-- 'Rb- .cca
ta for .fo s increase in e
w deeo e il- butter." But -t
no indication that $9e 'he hter Oni .t
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W.ite checaer alrth hl kslkg.
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bal dol0 sh4qags. can fgaurm what White plans to
lmNaM 4s f do. Whits. moving upboar-.
Ss aatiaw 'til A moves and wins to three movs..

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T- T'" w ,t~ o all overT" is, of oun a news.
p a( W t Mlag tthe play an words e Imean.
B P e- bla amc wilte color bheel.
vIt 6 yctti by ctung out "the wheel
abio sad It oB a place of tor-paper or
me carduoa. = a te toin the center dlt inert a
straghbtend pp er clip. pin, pll. or other pointed
object. M o qpA clokwime. The outer ring appears
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a Quetion of Age
RyE yamr ago Mrs. Shy was
lst a(" da times older than her
Sdaugbter. Today ae i*s three
times as old as her daughter.
Can you figure out how old
she will be five yean from nowT
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