The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01769
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01769
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RnmNd Trip
HIT CLASN $723.0
ToutIST 638.00

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PANMUNJOM, Korea, fo. 7
(UP) Swis and Swedish
med*bers of the Nebtralt It~aite
Sepatriatton Commigsion pro-
tetd Communist stall and
pressure tactic today anCwarn-
ed the Rbed their actions threat-
au the "come home" 'pisoser
etrvlew program.
Ani Daeniker, the -
to the five nas eom-
iMfso, threatened to withdraw
uthe group unless as p om-
tel questtoin aaU-

Communlst prisoners for three
Ian tour hours.
Daelkqr said the Caomuntst
propagandits violated t Gen-
e ettlmon-and theQ lt, If
o h letter, of the ut
ed go a terviews1
with priloners who waVsafuqed

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'5 Percenter'

lp 0W! K; Nov. 7 (UP)-Unite4tftat troops with rifles And fixed bayuwts gua ,
S-key, budding today ready to "shoot to kill" If new riots develop.
Ametlow s of the 88th "Blue Devil" DIlsion's 351st Regiment stood Arty at all
main bulldtng of this tense ofty, looluding Allied military government headquarters.
The a British sen- a d U troops. More than In a last flurry 4ionstra x
fties last hap It beoate la V, Aritlshtroops. More mssed In front of. allied mM-;
bi.ous nsa were tan ap Soldiers in full tary government headquarters.
wmitahd' t o over the, Allied soldiers d1ew a chalk
The krLtsh whosheare -e 1.* head iuartera lne down the midle of th
.- ... o roadway. British with loud .
... ^S ^5 U B 'P ^e '.Aro und 1 "0. p-n. em obs be- speaker# moved aM oWJback and +1 1 " ''
nt ,,uu. rI I Sl -& 0to break up as American ol- forth while the speakers blare TROU, LN TRIESTE- Bteet-helmeted police drag a trussed
iw- -, rs .ith.,bayonets and ma- in Ilian: "Step over that white rioter p headquarters In Trieste. Two Regienata of .j Adriatic port chf.e-gun motmting jeeps joined line and the troops open fire. Itallans hed with police in a riotous observance of the an-
held e Bth to blame for the -O ki. platoons standing Better go home." ,.niv.erf of the entry of Italian troops into Triesta after
po llo gs of the past two 4tG at (he main trouble spots. None stepped over the line. + World War I.
a pthe police are Brlt -
tary government is largely un. lgrlThiv
der British control.
ancer sIt with gr e a"-i
ew -sisAd bwid- Win uspe

Teom On
.e -! d W' 418 'Two Panamanians.who appeal-
"Why do tk Poelice shoot down ed a petty larceny conviction
W thenpoelivoe?" sMa the yesterday won- a suspended 15-
h res lean iw i the aiwi te -, day sentence although District
4dostine anlrd his moring 'Court Judge GUthrie F. Crowe
,er found them guilty as charged,
aer +and ruled they must pay the $.5
C ztr ed fine as originally imposed in tile
Balboa Magistrate's Court. He
Salso acedpach n one year
ima -,.., a

befre a d Britih
troopS. t ew this blood-pud-
ed ty d ffed out three
laysi of Violence in which 10
er s a
MaW ipivilgpiee Ord&,vol-
;ley after iley Into the teem-
inlg s of 50,000 demoa-
strating l es. Six persons
,dAied the blabung gmmm
and boe hurled by sltm
'illed. a illoman. Three per-.
so S0 *erelled.Thursday. .r
Steel i td GIs oef ti
Devil i and Brit Msa
miles bayoaetaiRwe if
In and posed a paayk
nartredme on the tor a
blood f .
Sparked Iy the Trieste blobd-
shed, alist riots rocked
Italy. ItallanU oernment
an Brlt nagalst the shooting
of Ita.lf rieste.

Popme ged with batons,
_e _ads right and left.
The 01 put matches in the
a.l p i an in a sheet
at tlh li., c c

RIOTRS OlT THE WAMB TB UATMMWTT Polce use a uie py4re watertruckt tdisperse
rioting studpMi in 'Trie 8tathrowe taI* studmi St-oai the trees for five hours,
taxing all tle resourQoa the poHee whbw torted to t ew e ad tear United
tate and British trooe were called ou to b6elp quell lH h frs time they have .'
been called Lon to restore order in Trieste durg eight yea" t o. ,_

W At the regu luncheon-meet-
of the PaMSm, CQanal So-
ty of Washington, D. C.. held
the FaI&ax Hotel the follow-
h RQosolutlions, dtered by Gov-
Ornor -tautrice H. Thatcher, Hon-
orary Life' Presidei of the So-
oalety, were tunaainouly adopted

BE IT RESOLVED bp the Pan-
ama Canal Society oft Washing-
ton, D. C..that its hertlest eon-
gratutitlonA be extended to the
Govenm ent and people of the
Itepublic of Ianama on ,he at-
tainment of the 50th apniver-
sary f thcir-independen e, and
mOrjin l b alfcentty of
splendid cooperation btwen
the Republic and. the United
States of America. in and about
the construction, maintenance.
and operation of the greatest
industrWial enterprise of the
ages; and
that the Society express the
most earnest hqpe that the in-
dissoluble bonds- fashioned by
a divine destlny- existing be-
tween our two nations. and con.
secrated by thl deeds and me-
mories of a & rious ast, and
constituting Ie basis for the
fullest measure of mutual aid.
collaboration, good will, amity,
understanding, and esteem, -
shall grow in strength and
breadth throughout the years to
copies of thae Resolutions be
furnished the 'resident of the
Republic of Panama, the press
of the City of.Panama, ad the
Ambassador of Panama to the
United Stes.
Pauma Oaa soe%
Wathluhtat, D. C.

nterPlerla- ."
They were tenced to serve
days in tJAanch knd pay a
fine by Balboa Mags-
trate, but Immediately appealed
Ite sentence
Yesterday in the District Court
the government presented nine
witnesses and defense counsel
Woodrow de Castro called four
to the stand.
e Police, who found some of the
cigartts misplaced in the car-
petiter shop at the pier, became
suspicious, and costed a watch-
man and other policemen to
ward the- area. The men were
apprehended afterwards.

A. Watson Armour,
Meat Packer,
Dies In Chicago
CHICAGO, Nov. 7 (UP) A.
Watson Armour, 72, a director of
the Armour meat packing firm
and grandson of one of its
founders, died late yesterday at
St. Luke's hospital. He had been.
ill about eight weeks.
Armour was made a director of
Armour and Co in 1905, and in
1914 was named vice-president.
a position he held until his re-
tirement in 1929 after a severe

To Face Trial

BONN Nov. 7 (UP) The U.S.
High Commission announced to-
day it has formally. requested
that an alleged American "five
percenter" be returned here for
trial on charges of skimming
$235,000 in illegal profits from A-
merican Army stores in Europe.
Papers requesting extradition
of James A. Harlow of San An-
tonio, Tex., were forwarded to
the State Department in Wash-
ington, the announcement said.
Legal officers said the Justice
Department must decide whether
Harlow will stand trial in Bonn
oi In the United States. .
Harlow was accused In the
U. S. High Commission district
court at Nuremberg of one count
of conspiracy, 14 counts of
breach of trust and 15 counts of
He was charged with heading
a ring, called "The Organiza-
tion," working within the Army's
European exchange system
(EES) which supplies American
military stores on the continent.
The San Antonio businessman
was chief purchaser for the EMS
food section from 1948 to 19e2.
Harlow's successor, Charles .
Wilson, 31, of Harrisvllle, W.Va.,
is awaiting trial in Germany on
multiple counts of conspiracy,
bribery and breach of trust.
"The Organization" demand-
ed and received large commis-
sions from European merchants
for giving them Army contracts,
according to the charge sheet.
Reoresentativs of the J1u-


Judge's Bench

Two Panamanians, e a c
charged separately for petty lar
ceny -yesterday in the Balbo
Maglnrate's Court were fine
$15 eath. and sentenced to spen
ten dtys In jail.'
The first defendant, Jose Wi
llama, 28, was found guilty o
stealing 24 one-inch pipe coup
lings. worth $4.80 from Buildin
5, of the Balboa Storehouse.
The other Panamanian, 41
year-old Serapio de los.Rios, wa
sentenced for stealing a. lot c
brass plumbing fittings wortt
$13 trot Chain Singh at Diabli
'rt following too closely on
Shaler Road a bus driver, Azae
Ba nllo, 38, Panamanian, wa
flin $10. A minor accident re
suited from the violation.

TOKYO, Nov 7 (UP) A new
neo ,itgn outside a beer hall to
day *ivrtsed:. "Cold beer-ho
muso-lnedium girls--wonderfW

PRUSIBDNT ANARTASIO SOWM 1 Caragua helps to oper-
ate the Panas Caal locks eCEdPF g a visit to the con-
trol .tower at Ilralores, while Oa4Tjl. Seybold and members
of Present Smosa's party wth Z the foreground are, left
to right: G Ouflno Silla aa, Nn ambassador to
the tAWed StAte, Prsd. governor Seybold, and
the -Preodenat's'tde, IMAorL Oaaighasz Barquero. In the
ba round, second r t t. behind the President's
riait shoulder, is Dr. Adrf O GroGutierrez, Nicaraguan
Am =ssaa1b a tnams.


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Political Charges,

Denials Fly Fast'

In Spy Uproar

WASHINGTON, Nov. 7 (UP) Senate investigators
took swift action today to check administration charge
that former President Truman promoted a high Treasury
official even though FBI reports said he was a Russih
Chairman William E. Jenner (R-Ind.) announced that
his Internal Security subcommittee has subpoenaed re-
tired Maj. Gen. Harry H. Vaughan --- Mr. Truman's one-
time military aide'- to testify at hearings beginning next
Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., said in a
Chicago speech yesterday the FBI twice notified Mr. Tru-
man that an assistant secretary of Treasury the lobt
Harry Dexter White was a Soviet espionage agent. In
spite of this, Brownell said, the former President promote.
ed White and commended him for "distinguished" service.

The speech, approved by Pres-
ident Eisenhower, brought a
cloudburst of charges and courn-
Republicans said it was fur-
ther evidence of Democratic
softness toward Communism.
Democrats said it was a political

from White House files dated A7
april 8, 1947, which Included al
exchange of letters between
Truman and White.
Truman's letter said he ac-
cepted White's resignation with
"sincere regret and consideral)e
reluctance.. know oUw can,
view withl; a t deal o mpnw-

charge: He said he fired White PresM told se ateramr
as soon as he learned White was general I was hb duty to -i
dialoya port It to the Anrteean pe.
The White House replied pie.*
that the former President was Vaughan, now retired from the
all wrong and pulled letters Army, said he has not yet re-
out of its files to back Its stand. ceived Jenner's subpoena but will
Brownell said Truman ignored be glad to testify.
two FBI warnings that White He said it "seems funny to mOa
was a spy for Russia and then that FBI Director J. Edgar Hoov-
h promoted the former Treasury er "would send a report on. A
r- official, assistant secretary of the Treas-
a Truman promptly charged in ury to Truman through me, and
id Kansas City that the Republl- not through the attorney gemer
d cans were seeking "a headline to al."
offset" their recent election loss- Vaughan said: "I hve -.
I- es. He said that "as soon as it recolleetimo of it at all. To the
of was discovered White was not best of my reeeflettesk,-1 amw
p- loyal he was fired." saw White and weMula knew
g With equal promptness, the him if I did."
White House labeled Truman's He said the only reports he
statement as false. Presiden- normally received from the FBI
tial ss secretary James C. were ones he spe~lftcay asked
Ls Hagerty saM bluntly "Mr. for.
)f White was not fired. He re- Rep. Richard M. Simpson (R-
h signed." Pa.) urged Congress to reopen
o. Brownell. who called Truman's the White case in "all its rami.
action "incredible," said the fications."
n first FBI warning went to the He said if White were a CoW.-
0l White House in December 1945. munist, "it certainly follows that
s The second, he said, was sent there were Communists at lower
In January 1946, on the eve of echelon in the government serv-
White's confirmation as execu- ice."
tive director for the United House GOP leader Charles A.
States on the International Mon- Halleck of Inolana call ed
etary Fund. Brownell's statement 'tutlewr
Brownell said the Senate was evidence" of Red infiltration in.
w allowed to confirm White, than to government under the Demo-
- assistant secretary of the Treas- crats.
A ury, for the more Important in- Rep. Dewitt &. Hyde (R-Md.)
ternational post without "being said he was "completely flabber-
informed that White was a spy." gasted."
The attorney general said Tru-
man sent White a letter a few Sen. Margaret Chase Smth
months later praising his "dis- (R-Me.) said the disclosure in-
tinguished career" In govern- derscored 'the "urgent and des-
ment. operate need" for Congress to
He said the two special FBI pass her pending bill to outlaw
reports on White were forward- the Communist party." She voic-
ed to Truman through Brip. ed hope Brownell would throw
Gen. Harry H. Vaughan, his his support to the measure.
military aide. The former President's letter
White died in 1948. to White. as released by Hager-
Vaughan, at his home in near- ty. said the late government of-
by Alexandria, Va.. said "I have facial had filled his international
no recollection of any such re- post with "distinction" and that
port." He told a reporter he nev- "your unfaltering efforts have
er heard of White's name "until been a source of great pride to
you boys called me." me."
Vaughan called Brownell's Hagerty was asked If the
charges "a lot of malarkey" and White House was aeuestag
in reference to election defeats Truman of lying. He said be
suffered by the Republicans was not using any smob word-
Tuesday, added: "I think these that he was only giving eat
people have New Jerseyitis." the facts as shown by White
Brownell, who made his dis House records.
closure in a speech before tree
Executive Club of Chicago, said Brownell said "it is a soures
Truman's actions were "typical of humiliation to every American
of the blindness" the Democratic that during the period of the
administration displayed toward Truman administra tion the
Communists and pointed up tne Communists were so strikingly
"very difficult task" of the Els- successful in infIltrating tne
enhower administration in weed- government of the United
Ing tinm out. States."
ag said in Washington e As soon as the FBI learned of
prenmed Truman was referring this, he said, it compiled another
o White's resignation from the "detailed report about White&
International Monetary Fund espionage activities for Mr. Tru-
post wien the former President man." The report stipulated the
sold White was "fired." information came- from source
He then read a news release' (Continued so Page Cl

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Th Mel l ea epen fonemm for rnedn of The Pealem Amr-
I.ue. aM .asMol d ograeOeuo end are biadled i *e whely e..al-
I beat ai o laoth don't be imp l-mtIt it it eo t appe Mea
Sdme. Laem ePM ib led i Mthe erde resive*d.
. Ml- seSr to keep Ihe leen limited to w pose le*ng A.
Slof etifter whe w l hu Iam in dristet cenfidoene.
r new per gmes. ms eppoeasibiility for statfmeats e sopteem
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I heartily agree that the Commissary is dbiag good In same
lastaces. Whoever 4s responsible for the nie ocantUlaupes we
ejod aD a summer is to be congratulated. They wmre scaUelt.
whoever i reAWsiable for that stuff they c sa-
mideW not be commended. If the commissary can't buy good
Maar why sell any?
Weary WUvk

Yeah man! The cat is out of the bag now. Recently a oon-
tract was awarded to build 33 houses, all type 336 In Diablo. The
contractor got this on a bit ot $853,000. This tract Included
site preparation and a considerable amount of 'et work.
Type 50 hoe 1~ a t family m d t p and down, three
bedroom anda o( the more eensnvet S0 a week per
apartment to be exat. This amounts 103 year for rent
*aone. Stove and electricity add about another $00 more.
Now, letr break the contract down.. For the 33 houses, each
will cost close to $26,000. This means that each apartment will
run claoe to $13,000.
xe tp mind that the cost of site pepqtle Bi eon-
udwal maoun0t of street< work I InseldeB i ti i f ,ta.Jf
I Crwectly, this cotst I O so to be "W oft yI ad-
ftnds. This should cut eh cost ( eaeb yapittm
down gonservatlve estimate of around $11,00.
h amount of rent that tTey are charging f.r this buding
will more than pay for itself in eleven years.
But let's not forget to consider the maintenance, care of
gros. k erc on "the Investment," the ppri that hopju
lt viac--d the tremendous overhead.
Te m It up, the minimum of forty years that tip Mse
will be re le, they will collect around $4000 I on he I Pt
mnet alsneis ii Is about 2900 more than the algInat et.
Just thitk. Close to $58,000 excess oni the one buildlag.
$2,000,000 to psalatain, etc., this one 33-bulding ploect lie
6vte a 40 yaO poid .
Some sat we-ftp paying forw Local Rate housing and maain-
taining, etc., but torwhwat they are paying for what they are
getting, they are takftI ateriflc gouging right along with us.
Where Iall the ltok going?
This should be good Investigating for the USCA.
Seems to me that $10 a week for type 336 house would more
than pay for all that ts involved.
So long suckers.
Soen Gene

18f 01A done ,to remedy the coiA% k *xb
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By Victor Blese
There has been a s lfeit
Cret truce talks In
ty between the ,
Longshoremen's Union It
ex so 0ramattem at- ,rw
convention In St. LouIs. T2Un-
pulslon came after' a
futile defense by .n -
Ryan against changes of
racketeeiag in t, hupg,.
York Pdrt.
These sessions, wh wee
held in a private home ook-
lyn to kep them a
were not attended
Paul Hall, the
who has been one of the ddlvin
forces behind the attack on the
old international 01gW-
men's Assn.
However hese wtl WIS di
these small e i. -i
ran from tour to
each, were aathorUito ji
for the ousted d
on one std ef -
aIL's to am'
wiping the I I
doc of the nation e the
other.- '
Their last saaion, a Dur-hour
confab, ad our ai N & W hq
morning of Tueay Nov 3.
was at this parfly that a final
= ow- .formal s-Wa
ether it wl be OsWto
the AFL leaders in msbIn,
However, here thewrpeand
formula for readmialla of the
paurd union to tkt Aft:
,Joe rByan, now vry slek
man, wvalt be rtind *n- a a
Oa--yealeIM .st '-
the week ofK 1. 6 0t' e
'4 convention in
pwa. He Is to ,et tis
guaranteed in dtt citrat-


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v entas re on the Club's e len-
.dar for this month. seginnemr' ThO al "charter
lpanDlah Classes wi be neld meet$ig of the
-DteM"Tuesdays at 10 am and 4 pi.m. s aria at[ .r
Sr s ir" and Wednesday at 4 p.m. A V w4
kted he t. special, 'Paella" das willa V be Home B ruelghts
Carr.l ght .f sews bgab.. held at 9:30 a. Wednesday, da p
i........a wataever- November am to Friday, November 20 by Mrs. A. tain LnfrmA
.' . ** 0W. .aUtbrP~ l the r om fa. h W 11 o Meana. On rdy November 13 el lit for
law..s..uibfortiuON thef or b th r Oat 4 p.m. Miun S. Quita ero will DAV from Co l t. 6
... .- rga l l r. h. l is.teach the typical dances of liek 807 or Par.e a
4S A v.ln- posit.don t. Panama. 1336.
.. al and OfplanW- The regular card party will
'" i he beW held Net. 16 at the club lee Me
t. waIe, with Mrs. L.. a se and Mrs. DANIEL0N Ca ol. ( .
.. .......... M. Levi a chairmen. u r an d
I,... .... er by. pl U fo D. resp Th b adttook
iitwh. b atndy a ngea Luncheon Plans n attots ee
esk JtbL av-initlaw-h e __ # TdThe W. A. R. D. Group *t U tof n medical
"- as"---lt "r illary wil bold..d.Its-l met.ba..
-.bM s. D u oWlln u i meeting as Olanned on No-
Sr.a l s. memberr 13. However, the mema-
ebern will. meet at the home of u e
Sht--Am-eridsa. Woem'aMrs. 4, W. B. Hall, House 852, IM.
6,*'..t- Ca" M' araPr4t, r at 11:30 p.m. and
Mr. d t brin overed dih, slad o
eof the vegetale. After the business hs or B
'tneetlagh tegowil meetae the oup will have
Saiobe he ld tOe prt dofb- an afternoon of card.
Wo lruary on Xthe Ope Casnl will
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Household Automoebiles Dy I m eia *h ~ WILLIAMS' Santo Clart B, A
FOR SALE.--General Electric refrig- FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury with 201 Ames. C, L. near beach BoleA 05 ---
erator purchased new May $300. radio, very good condition. Original weekends. t
sacrificing at $220. Phone Albrook owner. House 163, Gamboo. Tel- DR. WENOEHAKE. Medical Clinkc.
2247, inspection at Calle Darien phone 6-139. Central Avenue "K" street.. PhNIlp. OLO.nsf, d tsu .
No 5. A-t 3, Panama. FOR SALE:-1947 4 Door Oldsmo- corner telephone 2-3479, Panama aa.
FOR SALE: Very clean mattress bile Sedan, Hydromatic drive, leav- REPAIR refinish bamboo furniture.
for double bed. Zenith shortwave ing Isthmus, must sacrifice, $350 guaranteed work, in front of Bal- Houses on ea lw C
portable radio 168 V.a Porras cash. Phone Albrook 629T or 3166 boa Beer Garden. "Jimmy." in COLrtA l iCli ti
Apt. I. FOR SALE:-1951 Ford Custom two Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- or ues caqaki rthft. "G
FOR SALE:-Electric stove, 4 burn- door sedan, Fordomotic drive. Good ceived in the office of the Engineer-
,s. refrigerator, mahogany dining- condition. 1426-C, Carr St. Balboa, ing and Construction Director, Pan- -Fosta's Cm e wille "
room and bedroom set fine custom Tel. 2-3583._ amaegs ,Canal Company, Balboao Santa 'Clra. ee bring yout
Heights, Canal Zone, until 10:00 linens. eltonSabS. 2-W
buit furnrtui, oal practically nw. FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 4 Door a m. November 17, 1953, and
very chean. Arrangement can be Sedan. De Luxe mqdel for $1,550 then oublcy oem ed, 1for furnd h-
made to icnt apartment also. San Can be financed if you have one ng all plan, tools, for fuipmrnish- FOR
Francisco 3rd. St. 25-A. Apt. 2, third cash. Phone Gtnboa 274. ng alvl plcan, too, quipmatel, (ex-
Tel. 2-35l8 t rbor, services, and materials, (x- Ot
FOSTel.2-3518 QrriFOR SALE:--1941 Oldsmobie Club cept certain Government furnished
FOR SALE: Quartermaster twin Coupe. Good condition. Radio materials listed in the specifica- FOR RENT:-Furnishd 3 bedrom
beds. springs, mattresses. Lawn Phone 4-355 or 203-C, Pedro Mi- tonsl, and taor performing all work chalet, corner of Ith Stret and
Chairs, concrete slabs. 2-2937 guel. for preparation of holes for future 7th Avenue, Francisco lonq
S1560-C. lnts, ploing topsoiI and grossig block 50th qtree). Coa be seen i
FOR SALE TO HIGHEST BIDDER.- at Corozl. Forms of proposals, fro 9 to 12 rie 6 2 to 7 p.
F rOR SALE:-Mahogany diningroom, One 1946 stok, body Chevrolet pefotions, and full prticulrs m. Teletone 3-2958. ,
ti table *adel chairs. Very good con- ^ 1^ ?on specifications, and full particulars m. Teleone 3.2958.
table chr. Very god CO truck, 11/2 ton. One T946 stake may be c.otalned from the office FOR be
edition. Phone 83-6182. body Chevrolet truck, 2 ton. One of the Cntrac fand pt. FOR RptT
FOR SALE: Mahogany furniture 1948 stake bod Chevrolet truck. Divson. Room 343. Balboa Heights
hone 3-3847, form 10 a. m. to 4 2 ton. One 1946 panel Chevrolet Telephone 2-3739 or 2-2698). AprrtpaBest
P.m. truck. 1 tcn. Two fork lifts, Clark Secfcatons and drowi will ---- __-m
FOR3SLE:-Youth bed comol 00 lb. capacity. Oe portable be issued deposit o 2000 ATTNTION L Just built. modern
FOR' S nE:-Youth bed cAplytoue 2 n light plant, 5 KW. Seven gas per set. Deposit will be forfeited if furnished apolment, one,- two
tion. Apply house pumps, Wayne. One gasoline str- sp tons a d s are bedrooms, hot, cold water, Tel-
_A Balb a. 2.- age tank, 3500 gal capacity nnt returned within 40 calendar phone Panama' 8-4941.
FOR cSALESoo bed, $25.00. Large e tem ted be inspected at days after opening of bids. FOR RENT:-Apertment in El Con-
vacuum cleaner and attachments the Central Exchange Warehouse.
$45.00. 1464-A, Holden St. Bal. Post of Corozal.. Bds wIll be open- O SALE reo, 2 bedroom, lyg dintln-
boo. ed at 10:00 A. M., I Decembe, R yAL room. porch. s kitchen, elun-
boo 1953. at the Central Exchange *. dry-room, mid's bedroom nd
FOR SALE: One livingroom, one Office. Corozal iIllceianeou bath. hot water. For fortifer refer-
diningroom and one bedroom suite -ances please call Tel. 3-4968, 3-
one desk ce chest of drawersall FOR SALE- '47 Ford Tudor Sedn. FOR SALE:-Thorughbred dchs- 4282
mahogany. card and oth'r small Perfect condition. Must sell. Best hund puppies. Telephone 2-4416, I
ables, kitchen table and chairs offerbuys. Qtrs. 75-B, Fort Kob. or house 5723-8, Noble Place, Dio- FOR RENT: ..-urnishd apartment
two aluminum blinds 100 x 59 ond be Phone 2176. blo. for 2 couples. Iest reeldeatio l sec-
.tion., Electric refrigerator. No. 13
48 x 59 inches. two metal choirs FOR SALE-1941 Chevrolet Club FOR SALE: -- Daschund puppies. 43nd street.
nd other household articles. 03141 Coupe. 204-B, Rio Grande. Phone Phones 3-1816, Ponoma. FOR SLE:--U 'a6 tmeht
Coble Heights, Ancon. Pedro Ngiel, 4-355. FOB wTFOR SALE:-Unfumisigd apptment.
Coble Heights. Ancon. Pedro Migel, 4-355. FOR SALE: Coldspot refrigerator, Military inpqct4 d- Carrasquilla
FCR SALE: Kenmore automatic r 25 cycles, large, $75; 1941 Olds- 642, San Francico. Tel. 3-4418.
washing machine. excellent cond- r ALmobile, $200. Both in excellent
tion. Best offer. 94-647. condition. Balboa 6384. FOR RENT:-2 mederl.lportmtrts.
n fBoat & MotOrg furnished. I and bedrooms. Ben- I
F-OR SALE:-Wolnut dining table. B tFOR SALE: Boxer puppies, $60 nett's Photo Studio, i Central
Extra boards for extension. Tel- FOR SALE:--Outboard motor, 2 T2 -$80. Telephone 3-0717. Avenue.
phone Balboa 2870. Good con- H. P. Johnson, Operated only 50 FOR SALE -1950 Ford Station W- FOR RENT: Furn -- 4- L
dition, cheap. hours and never in salt water, gon, 'mahogany Rattan furniture. RENT: Fine 4-roMt
$100. Phone Gamboo 274. ao R furtura rtrient. Apply Batin DeAbao
PERSONALS Set. of Go'f Clubs include rag. 6 29 Bolb Avenu Colh. Tel.
P oRSitio O frd Phone Home 3201 office 515 Al- 475 or 51 -J ofter p. n.
WANTED "1 0 LOCATE: OSition re brook. FOR RENT: Apartent w fumi
YVunb soldier who saw auto iccl em _' '__ J_ FOR SALE:-Drill press and motor ture for couple without children.
4ent in front of Union Church, Bai- WANTi- craftsmen; Band aw and motor; Call from two to .r C qntral
A W .when.-nw car struck woman'in ion rotc~ .Westil Mgae refrigeroafot.jrcelqa .. No. 4. *i
.&rasswalk FnrMy evening about :1.l5 perience in i d rit .box. @usg 128 Gar bo.co O
,,,,'fi to.act 4 Ji. L. Clarke at Bolbbo Aparftdlo 145 41 I49. e FOR RENT: -w lr t i'&l.er
i,-- photograph. FOR SALE-Piano. Bbmboo furniture. th
Lamps. Fans. Various. Phone 91, way-Mendez, lon.
1 LOST & FOUND Help Wonted c._. __ FOR RENT, Fu modem
LOSTED:FOU D' ____VA ___ FOR SALE;-2 contour chairs, mangle apartment for co ul mail
REW ARD for return of large mol WAlNHTE:-1.gpmnoble ,t fe. ,, irontg, ood condition, 2. [. fa e21.m IGo
Sdg with thick dark sliver grey, fur timef J b Includes lhsek, pistol 6' B, 25 cal. Mouser. 83- Pri-e.
was wri chrhrin tolor a rook a c* %lid coan. Nt ilv J B, 6.th St. Morgarite, Tel. 3-2407.
w; ;eli 8 2 3 Nlr 'C;ll 2 < FOR. |
3-432 r9th. Street No. 14, 3i23-8, Curundu. FR SALE: Assortment of god,
SBella staused office furniture consistingof for a family 55.00. Noh An .
i LOrST Gold brooch with name i 3 metal secretarial desks, 3g-wood- ic en;nelghoers. Transportes Via
"Margarito." Contact owner "U" W ANTED en deks. al irll cabinet, tables Es q. Telgeho .3-0471.
and choirs. Room 109 and IT1.
street, building I, room 8, Pan- Mnd chn Room FOR
ra. Reward. M eaineoa a Bldg. 5142, Diablo Heights. Tet-
aPhmone Canal Zone Agency BaIl-
IOST:-Wire hair terrier identifie- WANTED:--Home for pretty kitten. boa 3489 or Lincoln Life Balboa
tion plate No. 1482. black and Telephone Balboa 2870. Hoeu 1480. Roos___
White Call Balboa 6376. 535. Ancon. -FOR SALE:--Registered cocker pup-FOR RENT:-Beutfully fum i| I
piis, blond and party color Phone room for r.uple, kitchen privilege.
S .2-2935 Diblo 5964-D. Bella Vista, Mexico Avenue No.
-t -69. Phone 3-0553.
FOR SALE--Bicycle, tricycle, radio,
f Brvtric train, toaster, louvres, Misc. FOR RSNT: Fumnimad
s corates your robm 890 Boyono. Ancon, 2-3715. refrigerator, teleOtlne, -
I- -TED TO BUY Pparmm t 6A.
FOR RENt-Fumi heW rom for sinr Iar
WE BUY Vour used refrigeintqr end person or marry :couple. New uin-
.I L w you o CROSLEY. Call at struction. Sen Franclico. Cal 3-I
Slights your ears 4 A. CYRNOS. Telephone 2-1. 7,3 2147.
Iwii -Iida Ndcional" neew, MA |
WAN TED TO BUY: Mootet d Oln is J Iass
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All the fbuny and your guests will enjoy the beautiful Clem.
R ee styling and tne-toned musical quality of the V.M 972.
A plusinJaum iSiMest Switch that shuts off evertbi ng (am.
p1k s*and lamp plug in base zoo) after the last record plays.
YOa ma play records of all three speeds and sizes twelvee 10",
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*;iPriick yesterday arri d in New York EL PASO, Tex., Nov. 7 (UP) -- -- o -
P sest CLASSIC LENGUE tion a he Wrong time, wh An estimated $250,000 worth of
p eergloal Fi& -wh w-atch ~iw~hanArea Ar. i your Ageonele wins against they too could have polished off sleek racing cars paraded The second annual Isthmian UO-w Armed service -
Q play several ae Japan -cal t I Pana. Sears takes mosteams a they turned in a through the streets of E1 Pao T a m enns Cm ter, La Boca Road, Balboa.
I~ I-IL I -ifthl over Nash creditable job also. and Juarez, Mex. today as dig- Tournament has been scheduled
one of te fet goodwill n en that t.m r r t tarteiff aa.though 4s- notaries from Mexico and the by t. -JWB Armed Services Invitations have been Jter-
tion evers toe i Ted Melnol edthe Seymour t with mediocre bowling in United Statesoined hands for Center with the cooperation of e to a Tae T
NOVGi*esKs, Jo. a hard fought 3 the firEt g but then hit preview of the Pan-American te UAfCARIB Spcial e rvmce Panama w only cl
byan Nsov a h ttin.der the strong El games of 224 and 178 to take the road race starting Nov. 19. Office during the month of No- will be a1bwed to compete.
PL in lent," ls f Lapr Le hitati rad Lopat anama ointetive. Meleason put, to- weer high gnme. and high Called the "world's toughest member. Thisyear'event will e an of the
4loa and on OkiaW a ASromp te now a eth altes of 214,226 and 28 aeslwitha neat 545, which is and roughest race." the five-day in commemoration of Panama's Forces and employs 6 the Pan-
t" wo oi vtod 14 to w mIlmt l a nd wil b conc er 7 ees the first 700 of alal second high for-he season. grind starts at Tuxtia Gutie- Cincuentenario. ama Caopany also are i
Stwo Riatthe led t b e day U ett he f- e cur rent bowling season. Van ti also elbow past Major rrez, Mex., on the Guatemalan The deadline for entries has to peter the totnamet
St back a t from w a homer and a double determined, pra e Thic s backed him u Oscar Drake of e 5-Leat border Nov. 19 and ends at Jua- been set for 10 o'clock p.m. No- civilian bracket to compete or
*- -Elk bought back gtfrom wita hhmer and a double, driv-for P resintt ten ilt a- e le and tis had 5s8. Clovers into secondpo t for highreairport Nov. 23.behe daw wl be te Isthian Champonp
aS r inla r allfor all bouts I the P art bowled their highest e of the season, ving pre- Some 195 cars from all parts of iade on November 15 and* the
"allwura.. or wa ar-old a- O w rve at angar Num- a thus for this season* a viously held third with a 210 the world are officially entered. tournament s scheduled and rter details may e
C"amai" or a armor. a a en 24only to lose two close mark. Spectators here got a look at open on November 17. Tourna- tained by ealg MiM rlt
ay about the rule n i to ob Wag- T'he hot Wings ba.zed past the moat tof those cars today, along meant games will be played each at the USO-JW, phone
WSA te S rThe eW 4 or, a nes a n to the o l Leaf Clovers on one motorand with the consul generals of E Tuesday and Wednesday until 1072.
Cmsi Itt.ee.i brought bak e. wosrant and warcked out a afed to a 4-0 forfeit win, jump- Paso and Juarez, representing the completion of play. __
e fly and iuet bk tat ecW followed by a from fifth place, to a tie for the United States and Mexico, The tournament wll consst of
he crif fly and gves the u m AM n Pot o fle n ow member third and the mayors of both cities two tournament actually, with
*tt to acceptthe w_ 35nftnt .andl Best In other matches, the Okies along with city and county of- the winners of the Armed Forces
aa itm ba. the 2 Lt. AV and 555 re- put the skids'lnder the kidders ficials.a bracket meeting the winners of
bothaA onges hWaK" I CA I and the 37t 31togo into a tie,for third, and Bands from the "twin cities" thecivilianbracket orthe Isth- l4 3-.
Tha i orei aioles s o Ba many. Cbmat)and 4 theth O BoyS clung to second on the Rio Grande rode in flat min title. There Will be awards
hy willtrain at Yuma,iAria, NEW YORK Nov. (UP) .- AA AOrel ; 450t ec ings pretty spot by Outlasting the 8trikera ed trucks along a 15-mile pa- for the winners in each category, TODAY at the CENTRAL!
iddweht ad h A. y. They won 3-1. The E1kidders, after winning rade route that crossed the n- a well as the top prie for the
ays aHavmnoa 4nped with .tfter' for WONteo 741st AU li tw.J and pafW the first game, seemed winded international bridge into Juares zlnner of the play-off.
etmay be -added bouts today but ilisbeart was no i.RIan nd, after tapering off in the after moving through downtown While special invitations arr
bedth e Inter ationa leaglue.a more in them than it w in htis wbil a ypron for ears wi second, couldn't seem to recover l Paso. being sent out to servicemen wh
wNOT.i sn d at tworourd technical knockout lk i n I at Quarry Hegh". ," 4,was backed up In the third. The Old Boys had Grand marshals of the parade competed in the Panama Area
the exutives tal over ,ammy Olulia Sl t ilht. s4 lalboa UOTC); d 8 bhid 59 and too much for the Strikers in the were U. S. and Mexico road race Armed Forces Tournarient dur-
Fo a _ J- I ter rp i Navy;a A. 5 Joe oM-e'od game, winning by 118 representatives. Color guards of ingAugust, all members of the
S. "W "o, 7aft/U* t wwe ai. Sweas f. or .pins when M-/St. Miguel Zara- both nationsrode behind mt or- arenvitedtoentr.
,c" n Ebe mabde be wtherwes of J floored 193 pins for second ized police units of the two -t They may do so by either writing
SI a n a haui at4L g le el4 A- NA e fora__r ap_ _L ties. or appearing in person at -the
ramdji lasm&t a m tanot g a rwed with 552 hm elege and high series for The annual race Is climaxed
Yeork*, Naovr.ltn e the presence 0AllNexn piara at 7:30 p. 1. woman were captured by Mrs. Nov. 23 in the El Paso Cellseum
y:56 e e -Nem ti S I offlo N-let ,our Agencies Moselle Wright as le toppled with a victory fiesta. An orches-aseb Y
a ma York, Nov. 7 oshedow I-wnaer whieh a. ., Mo ttles Seors O on 1i5.bottles in one game and hit tra and entertainers that re- e
HiRenry James mg, elevtedosad Z e 416 series. cently performed for. Presidents
of the No York BwAamos.Rai aUotanks 1, for the single l The league standings: Eisenhower and Ruizs Cortine Movement ig
Coiays q tw o hIo -iout ow,"he abue.monured de- W 0lit. lTom W L ve.Team Won Lost will be on hand and movie stars
hold up for a mondei4hy inre-4ml bmug room *- t .. wiin u. B 7 E R s 22 10 from Mexico City'and Hollywood
nly Boys 20 12 will also appear.Actor Leo Car- WICHITA. Kan. .-(NBA) -
Stl I'oten about Rom a the 'wthN a OI es 18 14 rillowill direct the fiesta pro- Ray Dunmnt beliees yoon
W boandt CarlB Latrsaeni isBbll be declared the 1220 91 SkIdder. 18 14 gram. teams will dominate amateur
Sriaer4 Carl La ina my tav_ ta W decl-te-12 20 913 gH. P. Wings 18 14 The 20 winning cars and driv- bL.etall next season.
- both or Cait Ye S, a V-er 25-y.ear- s. --. 5-Leaf Clovers 12V 19% era, five from each, class will be The game's youth movement
amn l la t ol, KentuScky *M New Tegk eliphme, ithe S oS an Air Force ~ B6 Sories1 Btrikers r 10 22 on exhibition along with the made a big jump in 1953.
01 befe .ew Yorktbes thnt I a tat Winning a NAM Alley Kats 9Y 22% winning drivers. "Over half the field'repre-'
war akui to awr charges P Ehis Snfah, P- a t r Ie kt on t contestant Iteal 1 seating this year's national m
VI'5SUf to ai h f *IW, 4 h 3 0 t br In4be se- w"-C-ltr- 'w 195 semi-pro tournament w 00m-
oumrint trakpodermc nedlae There m the day. man&Mehe st in hs Coww t \ 195 posed of players between 16 and
imo wPAk w ulJ ng ,Wdrup for three lboutsfdoWl I ig19 acert 14 O II A 24,"1 testified the D6sidet of PROBERT .ITRM ta
ion tehelasummer, i triumph but thev iibly hl of e me COMM UN ATION FROMe '
saidr n the abe. TOU id that because of his dlIelk1. r gner 193 CU NI OBaseballIntsmall towns salh
Nn tt econdlo 6 an't in- TThes 192 industrial vlantS in the- helth-g Chan" in G, T
WK-SCE te abie the tere an iof Y them at the l ady 190 "T heaiNt. ..Ain ei ,blqQor^r in JiarpelLOB1
moment &tTrlD.lQea.t lRe, sua ta 11.51. ~ ~ apartmentU"The teams are much ,Oyquer resti myory dAama .
53130es Iti Lmoment.L- l-" then In past yeafs, t biht South m.
18'7 100 201 588 prospect for organized ball in RKO will distribte. P.
S 1a3 17/0 1 40 We take this aeans of expressing our thanks and ap- its search for n w blood.
AT'S CO OOTBL 102 215 157 434 preelation for the great nungber of congratulations received
Wite s 200 165 A an the arL pened bY the TNTAL TRE on
ao 14 26 B 108 V 30 f Nv IeasAl. for the warm eepion and -
OF.M I N es o 1e rantof the teehalecIor documentary "LAm 1 *
Chabwr StL usa ("Met. e 1198W83W3AM-T EXNATIONAL FOLELORE."
10. Ru ma its W iaasi this *pportanit of Interming our patrons that
i Slhma 1 4 4 19thi s otl
,,s O. ... ..s*Adol" .183 0 5 11th.
SI inurt Val 9 6 -9 0 386 Natina3il holably the Itral Theatre 64have Its i
an'1 AX 9 SNEAPREVIW ftor the year. As oear pbdie knows, only
Ua I ill t.Nosine 206Sel dwthe very best picture are presented by the CE NT RAL
Sm l "n, o0 192 205 6 0 TUSAT S fa s# NAK-PRE Ws8.
I 14 166 147 517
a~t 1 6 1 a 1w" 1 THE MANAGEMENT..
-Ale I' 181 in9
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11AAbnos 2 6"1 01our eyeswill
bTh& 4=I"to l4eama Canal &4evaters .M.Ws hthe au
,t apdn b.at ar in her Riversid. Dr toCEC1ment. CIII
r1% a escrow bi1order to sail on'.ae Queen __L T.:_:3 DOL:___
lary MnglandWedneda. The BritibheI* recently made a Till ATUR as71 933366 L ITS. :4ttr-N1:Ds3DAnPE O MIGUELa7
ain attempt win the middleweight chaolon of the world 0cme, s *_Ami IRA"
new champion "Bobo" Olson. RonBOWclNG "GREATESTLSHOW ON "itd Pram Left Field" C
The Ea of the Tuesday *0 AiFieldd A Cast of Thou&Fds!
eague lead on- poGisOaA Rex AMMUMO *-.U PALMER
theH P. Pnie 4 points G A "THE FOUR POSTER"
to JUMP V i al te forthird.1 -. BEL A IT
secondCquArkdwee1:04, 2.45, 4:44, 6:, 9 pam. *

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Chest Donation PaUUIAUi
*ive major contributing deci-
sions within the Canal Zone "et the people now t truth anid te country is wfe" raam Lincoln.
have gone over the top, exceed1-

ing their last years aonatons
the Canal Zone Commrnn TWENTY-NINTH YEAR
Chest, L. M. Brockman. ch(i-
man of the board of director'
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these agencies, he added.
This puts the drive totals d
well in advance of last year,
Brockman said. He optimisti-
cally declared that funds rol-
ling In to Community Chest
Readauarters should swell the
total towards the goal of $45,-
The faculty and adiuinistra-
tive .staff of Pan Canal schools NEW YORK, Nov. 7 (UP) -aid. The rescue apparatus had to yacht with six persons aboard vast of r to the Atlan.ticT THE WfI B Mbt .
reported $1010 as compared with High tides whipped by gale- go through the Hollard Tunnel had radioed for help in storm- aaboard. N*and sleet w ere s ner ofua Phle
a last year's contribution of $986. force winds flooded more than under the Hudson river, down tossed Long Island sound. falling on N York and oth NEW YO S EW MAY Mr. and Mrs. rt Wa mile as he as
Mrs. Anne DeLaMater, heading 350 homes today and marooned eastern New Jersey and over the A spokesman nrald there wasn't tal cities, already covered anle h a after t-' 1 4 U anD phone ln his h ael n tWop he
the group solicitors, expects a at east 200 amilie in the New Bayonne bridge to get to the is- any Coast Guard vessel large e-wi a heavy mantle of r., Ne rkiyearwaswasus
greater total today. Mr. Robert York metropolitan area. land. enough to withstand the strong The coast gUlrd sent its eut- aor N Y ty b e. WalhetlseectionaI Jersey. Mener w b r
Ashbaugh. who only arrived this At least 100 families on Staten The high tides stopped all fer- winds and high waves terms Oentlan ad Tamoroa to the ldered a t of Presi enhowe g New Democrat t ld tat t
week as the new Boy Scout Dil Island had been evacuated by ry operations between the island "We will get something to aid t two flshlt vessels bein York City voters a rted
rector, was the last contributor 8 a.m. while another 100 families and Manhattan and Brooklyn. them as soon as we can," Lt. Al- buffeted by, hlgh winds and .
and his contribution enabled the remained trapped in their water- City buses were being used ton F. Pinkham said. heavy seas o Vew Jersey.
faculty group to push over the filled homes, to transport rescued families Coast Guard cutters fought In dti, hes were un-
$1000 mark. Fifty families were *evacuated to police stations as the worst 80-mile winds and waves 40 der wa for e dUk hunters l
by police and firemen in East storm to hit in years continu- feet high to reach two fishing missing' r three separate parties
The flying squadron, spear- Rockaway on the south shore of ed unabated. vessels riding out a storm off on the Long Islana shore.
heading a drive among bus Long Island. On the south shore of Long the New Jersey coast. OfVI WWlamed PRR
ness, fraternal and civic units Police in Queens reported that Island, high tides forced families Wind whipped up the sea for
within the Canal Zone, has over 100 homes in the Howard in Baldwin. Highland Park and the second day today in the
raised *vCr $700 this year as beach area were flooded and the Long Beach to evacuate their storm that brought the first
compared with $664 in the familiesmarooned by the rising homes.
1952 camualgn. Returns aren't tide. Two bridges linking island Park I T he annual public auction
completed, Brockman added, The entire south shore of and Long Beach ere completely unclaimed, abandoned,
and this group has its sights Staten island and Queens and submerged by the high tides. rslobal Shop cess and refused freight
lset for a$1,0 N assau counties on Long Is- The Coast Guard at Clinton, baggage e hich has accunmal a
Air Force ase hasubmerged by the onn., reported that a 6 0-foot ers n e iroad d TermIals
donated almost $1,600 almost All available police andfire piers and warehouse during he
400 more than the total last ad ordered to the f n cafeteria The Gorfas Memorial Insti- past year will be held next I )b-
year Lt. Col. W. H. Gerda apparus wasordered toTe it ute of Tropica l and Preven- ruary.
ye ar. Lt. Col. W. H. Gerdau is flooded areas to evacuatetrapads arav located in the Industrial Area ive Medicin lete twonew .As in formeryears, the
hardt an of the airmen. Fred C. p families. was closed effective at the close directors and reflected Its of- to be auctioned will include I
Gerhardt and J. V. a bota A police emergency squad and rmiar es R of business Friday afternoon. dir clothing, household teams,
leading the drive among Pan- five engine companies from lim nri Food requirements of the work- Ticers are, machner an a
business men have reported Brooklyn and Manhattan were ers in that area henceforth will The institute Is fede variety oo and
Mondia upportrda variety of odds and ends
$1,025 as compared with $925 ordered to Staten Island to lend be met at he Crlst6bal Shops csuortedwth or iatio health has been refuse or left I-
Theschools in the canal ZoneInack Bar, which will be re- c t researcinto h laiedon thepiers for a pe5 d
The schools in the Canal Zoneopened Monday morning follow and disease probls of the any m s
have already contributed almost Near Pre inaries for the Cross- ing recent alterations. Istmus of Panama and other fLo ia m tis and com
120:0, although B rockman roads Caravan"-the new Serv- Food sold at the Snack Bar tropical areu. Locstablimehants and e om e-
hasn't finished with the totalUse ice Club talent show being spon-will include wrapped sandwiches, Elected to the board of dlree- cIl establhenbts also are1
from the little collection boxes R a s scored by Special Services USAR-pastries, and cold and hot bever-tos at the.anual meeting in nC .th larthi q t
which weredistrbuted to the CAR will e held starting ages. Cigarettes, candy bars, and Wash.ngtodplat h w ereD of o r l dt al ,44
shol "kiddie Mrs. Eleanor / Monday and continuing through other merchandise items also. nipdg, heaof th i umo ersald t-
Parkr heads this soliciting (No dv. 14. ill be sold. vision of TectAtocti 5 M
group, reporting over $800 from The Chagres Clubhouse, pre- and Animals, Agrtoillt a& R .
Pacific side schools. Miss Thelma First preliminaries will be held gently located in a portion of the search Adnit4atration, and i
Godwin reports $330 of this to- A total of 4,915 passengers, a at Fort Amador Monday evening. Chagres Commissary, will be re- Capt. MUes P. DuVal retiredd). -
tal from Atlantic side schools. near record for. one day, traveled Club officials reported yesterday I located in Building 18-K in Ga-af
Breckmn also reported that a on the Panama Railroad Thurs- that in addition to entries from tin effective Nov. 16. Offloers of the 4 tut
better wa, delivered to his of- day to and from Colon. Most of Amador, four entries have. al- It is expected that the new n- elected, lnlue C... Jo 't '
ico at the Administration Build- the passengers were visitors from ready been received from the stallation will meet the require- Sler, former m
la yesterday. The letter said the Pacific Side attending the post pf Corozal. All preliminaries montes f the greatly tedi1ced the Army Medical
.he is two dollars for Colon Day celebrat.iow. r wiln start at 8:30 plm. local-rate population remataing ident; Maurice LH.
oft tAed rFeather agen- ir a, In the town of Chagres. former d Overn ..
lcomnpritag the Canal Zone Two extra sections, In addition Other preliminaries will bet- .-e-n- n.. .' Panama opaJ vice > m *
Co munIty Chest. Hope you go to the regular morning train, held at Fort Davis, Tuesday; U M .A .I and geerial counsel; .
ow h tie top.'* The note and the left Panama Thursday morning Fort Clayton, Wednesday; Fort est Feasvl ter A. Bloedor s dean of eore f I
tc kibution were anonymous, and extra coaches were' added Gulick,' Friday; and Fort Kobbe, Washington University
AlBt included in the Chest totals to the regularly scheduled after- Saturday. A P r of Medicine ecrty
A StPeter's f Med a re Yet Another te T
wal $100 contribution f rom the oon evening the afternoon Jeep which appears in posters will be crowned witav a thanks- mittee ring To publicize the tlentcontestT. 1 oer ence the only of. ending
al Zone Pilot's Association. Colon Thuray evening. All afte Mrs. Milicent Walter service of Rigatonal re. to a Bi our the eve er Indocina
noon trains left Pavingama C olon t y Club p director at Fort Clayton,he t:30. pACrt er and D-seld U k. U-. W . war . .
To Feature Cvlf d distant Vk-e preside T e
Thursday morning between 7:35 arranged t have a hitth Blackwell, Staff edRbt Nepao auik ad i b, d o witrenea oB c e w_ . Web s a
oi e and 9:55 a.m. carrying 2,074 pas-outfitted with a green umbrella-Rtsgs Natl~nalA 4 Lj bed, lated n-Wry PA Y VV) elI&S" -0

the new development at Corozal o e crossroadd caravan" ny of the horist festival of St. trearch associate at laow-T- A a "- blan eawr tQw aa
sengers for the Atlantic Side. A andsa public address system. The The harvest festival of Sr. treasurer, -" 5 er 'i .,ia aded
N w b ge nex l T total of d 74 passengers were car- jeep, which looks similar to t ne peter's church, LaBoca, this e o ye rtam ed to the ecu- d I rested '"I2 fay ta t R~tvc..s a dS-
tied to Colon on the afternoon jeep which appears in posterslwill be crowned with a thanks-le WrUhte hee Dr. Fradrrlck j.. r th permit ploy, ese anse = sn$i tra hep-yt-o f
and evening trains. All after- ballyhooing the show, will tour giving variety concert on Nov. 18Brady, fitrnao l bNa'l i hre-, l oer bTV= .t l ze 'ntour the seeyeine
m extra coaches adwere rowd- Isthmus. This concert Is being sp or S service; M Brig. n.Alert Over the. k I d b Kno t he Them.l
Cosese ilTha h lMonayfs wnnde Fluke 4t u
signed, w h the 10 pm. train car- Miss Ruth Blackwel, Staff ed by the Ch a a Tueaoirteoon Guild, and ey, director ofqn A d lh

D and J Streets, in the same to andotherholidays, but the dents and civiha" employes and other produces for decorating 's e r0gul-r Tuesday chedion o. cas IVmi to ta ola l
ryroru i the heavy load of nearly Service Club Director, USARCA-take place in thre erie p hal. Force Instntutegofe olric i not elected by' id oa g t toanelor r
tion the n deerso adre the coumpo-a 1 passengers RIB, said this week that winners Tickets are now available rom Dr Alexander Wet re- by te tl sh-Frene wll for fr en.fsd flB

ltea type. e a Any act in good taste may en-nthe church school wil present W at it bluAt 0 t t aoed o( te
tal.he ew development at Corozl of the Crossroads Caravan" Ii-any of the choristers. e arch associate at it urer'sbr.
will be assigned next Tuesday, Friday morning trains from nails which are scheduled to Contributions from several tal- son l an institution r. W r bo and norm a y the In t. h
according to wor b d I r the Colon were still crowded with be held at the Fort Clayton ented individuals will enhance a Wright chief of abor. scheduled Wedeay, The'. t f rep
Housing Division. The houses, all late Colon Day celebrants, but Theater on November 18--will ne gth program. The choir i pr- tor of tropical di Na- scheduled for Tuda at l ththe t t
two-bedroom cottage, were ad- no extra coaches were being ad- asked to join a group which wil paring to render a few anthen ticroblologke usual time. The hl week, the oCm md. t

vork remains tho done. -husngedB erof sugar bags by the C o mmisarv
vacancy bus tnissued quarters CHICAGO, Nov 7 (UP) tour military installations during The annual harvest home will of t o the suptinal tte A deleation ofn r Ttoh-a
W h are ready for occupancy King anamad Queen of Greece r the holiday season be celebrated next Sunday, Nov Health Cl Lier, Ta theAl c o e rcem **
bednninesday. TheThe contest is open to all ml 15-widinnerth special services. Offer- and Dr Bledorn. a ndt .nl morp"g, m t si we lun ..
scheduled iM 3 to* pin. M n
ATh houses which will be i s-imally crowded during the Pan- t ry personnel and their depen-nings of fruits, vegetables and a t o
signed next week are located on ama, ndependence Day celebra- dents and civilian employes and other produces for decorate Tu t e a- ttt m oon

dents ed. year O sw egoalino allsoyes and ote p -r -e-r-i---- Polt j ,, .. |ru t9htfrttcte. 0Ona a la .
D and J Streets, n the same tions and other holidays, but th CO i ssthi Tuesda
general areas as the first group average daily traffic betweeni their dependents Interested per-*the church should be delivered a for releasing chcks to am
finished. Two of them are ma- Panama and Colon and back Is sons should contact the Service the evening before an te Trearer' eek

Sapproximatelyst 1,h Co0lcoubs Dw Achildren'sMneservice Isnplanned1Is
tion: the others are the compo- s they are stationed or employed. for 3:30 p.m., at which pupils ofV lml e f g h ard

aft.hit Aetit Mdotude- 'a
Ae d tp Anreye Ra tou l in good taste may en- the church school will present $IS Ewd T' af2I atio Cle
Meantime a number of Canal ter the contest, their harvest gifts.0a xa0*.
families art preparing to eto d agesll=cwardafU3nV1. s1Sp c4
Into their new quarters at Cor Greek Royal Couple Be-1"I....... .
mid-October. b before they were ol Frit thmin th .- o u.
completed. A number of them Wish NeS mOR! Nov.h h (- m eemoed
lave now been accepted by the Fao r e C- ved a cash award ofm .tS Io I|.
Housing Division and are readyI'emoy o ggest*
for occupancy. Some landscaping EvFie Y Chicken concPprnsthe svodalva and l uirn bIn.
-work remaitrns to bo done. of suAar bags by the olimmi gtyoof i A n
dThose asslhed to the quarters CHICAGO, Nov. 7 (UP) The Divaion to the supplhtn gre-AtdeiWgl-aton of embm. dstr= VROt f tlaOf
which are ready for occupancy King and Queen of Greece 2o t1the Atctwcdle AcweesOvrnI ra t itr ay _o r ig ...Fv. e
were notified Friday that they calling today on farmers oJo I -t was estimated ha~ h e- e diw oe wih U It 1.1- E
may move Into their new houses Gtorge Smith for a home-cook- option of Mr.- ennel But ". W=0. ,he "' e/ .uibt do- 'r
beginning! next Monday. ed chicken dinner.h onwil t i-doe
Among the first residents of stnt Paul and Queen Frederi- .noiny o ftnot al on thiCar"I
the next Corozal area will be a ka, who arrived here last nigh'c a f
life-long Canal Zonlan, h&Ir5. J.on theirMtour of the Unite.d 30
Mo r toEln Thompson, who was States, were to take time out to The award was Presented to
nal Zone schools. She and hers t l i brief ceremony in Which F,]
husband, a member of the GeeT. home lifelJohnson,..Director.of
oral Counsel's staff. and their Their motorcade leaves Chca- ret
family will move Mopdav Inrto go this morning to travel 50 appreciation of the in Mc adh
area. the white frame Smith home en irway for his
near Oswego, Illinois.rh e a s first
Smith, his wife, Anne, anrbh ait-aCA
Curtai_ Time their four childrendhad annold- 'Com l- .;- 7720. .1 31

oGreek embassy officials that ,

.vear calendar-s in all gLue't 1001n11. "-- "- volt job." W