The Panama American

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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01776

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raged today over whether the Trumk.ni dministraelon ~W
working with or against the FBI i its controversiaohfhlh
ting of the Iarry Dexter White case.
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charges, political bickering and Congressional heerh
this still stood out as one of the biggest of mamy,~ ..I -
swered questions.
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the views of Democratic leaders, sid he was
Truman officials and FBI director J. Edger Hoover
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ira T. Lamar', dle tivites ommiteem aid the FI president.
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pne to testify in the White cae
but offered to give "seriou con- 4. The House committee
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it wold accept'the offer.Chlark not Indict White a few I
Swa rey general when "ery before he died In M5 .
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under oath to deny t tes a
In Soviet espionage % fi 'Wl
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HE MAIL fact.
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not mean that eme aou
mSn. Lefer are aivad ge*tsfully and are handled Is a vMbel cotk j judicial i s wre
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4# you an tribfut a letter deo't be Impatient idoen' appm t camouflage the
hu0t cay. Lot.er see published in the order received. There are ov
Piee try to keep the ettwer limited to eu pagm lellt. rTe ai a posaton
Ideunit of lottI written l held in strictest conthdeace. .e r the clues to
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Panama American
.Attention: Editor
It's time to change the name of your "news" paper just
leave off the AMERICA*! Call it The Panama Powers Sound Off
4r "The Paniam Propaganda there's nothing American about
iW publication.
SDuring the months I have perused this "rag" (more or ae
4fnecessity it would have folded after one edition back homeI
SL have been continuously amazed at your policies, or lack of them.
1 6 what tradition of "fine" reporting do you operate? In whose
S urnalistic footsteps do you tread? Can you possibly sleep peace-
ly, having on your conscience the knowledge that every day
pu compromise with truth? Have you no editorial aspirations,
Which would be frustrating indeed, knowing that you are biased,
you disseminate rabble-rousing propaganda? The great Amer-
k an newspapers are founded on impartial, unbiased reportorial
4lrvice.
Your blown-up, twisted headlines, with stories beneath often
directly contradictory, of owly suggestive of such captions, your
"yellow journalism" based not even on the speotaoulr, but on
trouble seeking, Insinuation, innuendo and rumor. All this is
characteristic of your "little" editorial policy which Insults the
mentality of your readers.
How can such a people as you represent ever expect to take
Srespected.place among the great family of moe a 4ons? When
your W ovrnment would have such gall as to Inite a neighboring
tasteloman to visit your country then throw him to to 4Mg t
Sovyr such an issue s his purchases no matter where thie wee
n made What streak in your Latin nature could allow anyone toi
Stop so low as you have gone in this instance?
Take your "story" of this Incident (we can't!) Is t based an
l mt? I quote from your Tuesday account "Rumers n o Im
Panama report," the same rumora "credit," "a spokesman nG- i
ed," 'it is understood," "a spokesman said," "the reported vyt,"
"It s understood," "It is believed," "the question is beUeved to ,"
an4 p on and on goes your rumor-ridden editorial In the gbtis e
lt news reporting.
Nuedles" to ~ this is the straw that brkph th~ epml *lbk
ni -.u more wilTI risk high blood pressure readipg the trsh ou I
peddle. The New York Thnee, air delivered onee a weft, i3' ir o
ice for me until that happy day when I can eagerly pick up my a
good ol US evening paper once again.
enimstk Apatuw, ..-
s* -- You print anything, eh? Well, print this!

TE:- Whew! Take

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S !); the story was, b bAnd will belased on
American dees not "ereesei the Pan
amneeat or the Panaman. i people we m
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Ainnouncement
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have consolidated our offices, formerly located in the
BpeqSal Engineering Division Building, Diablo Heights, into'
a alldern, air-conditioned sales agency at No. 13 Tlrol
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atWanoe needs life, ac~dent and health, automobile,
flre and marine,
BANDXE nd COMPANY
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Phone 2-36t1, C. R. Vandergrlft. Mgr.
S 's entinga Lincoln National Life Insurance Company,
a'ld States Life Insaurance CompanyB.Panuaa Inaurance
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"'Po tr dry" woodlands and tor Earl MoGowin said duae
poasUIl Lson sent forest fir3s season would open Now. 17 l:
ftnLK out of control in the that state as aetdlfed.atare
today, such hunting is confided I.
M., than 22,500 acres hae lakes, streams and marah area
urned in Alabama during but all other hunting wal eloand
e pst five days, two large in 26 north Alabama eounntea.
were out of control 1.1 Virginia Forester 0. W. Lane
Il late today, South Cara- said he planned to reeomtneri
reported the number of postponement of bunting sea-
increasing and North Cal- sons scheduled to open Monda:.
a, Tennessee and Virginia in that state, and hunting J,
t.hed "'inder" woodlands. closed in 29 North Carolina
Officials in Georgia and North counties.
colla sought suspected fir.- Tennessee has closed mpuch o'
Bugs, believed responsible for the state to hunters and plc-
many of the fires which ha;e nickers as its woods were dp-
taat a smoky haze over much o: scribed as tinkerr" froul the
te two states. prolonged lack of rain.
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of control on Georgia's Lonknout fore last to 130 for last week.
Mountain late today, but a lar:eP
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53 High priest
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SERVICE "NVEDADES THIS" CARLTON DRUG STORE .. .
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household A tomobiles
FOR SALE -- K:her, s,n i double IFOR SALE 1951 Chevrolet 4-
basins and dra.n board. pu e-;, pdan. PoAer Glide. Original
lan, cab. el sicle breoki,.,u.i ble 1 3 000 miles Curundu 6
with 2 brnche., moaire;. uoube FOR SALE -1951 Oldsmoble H
(foam rubUer ",re ccgt d '1 .door De Luxe Sedan, Ri
phone Jj oen ioole Do :i.i a.recional light, 14,000 ft
bathroo.n .irk ,iorce.o.n' Anrr, Betp oae over $1,77500. 4
ladder. Bsnche,; Caobi.ne-. .-lu e- aro I-A Ih,d St
hold iterr. dre!. miorio Te -
peone B'r'boo 1413 Hon.e i5 FOR 1LE .-- 1940 Buick Spe
near Bolboa Gas ; i.ic o:d reas. good motor, good b
--- a poad Call Pedro Miguel,
FOR 5ALEi-6 ft. Phillip ne Rairon 3;
dininkrarm able. u, choir!. exce-
lent condition SI.00 Poci, eP LEAVING THE ISTHMUSt B P
top. exern.on leoae. kitchen ior! WITHIN THE WIEK. Must s
chairS, red and wh,.e i,. .CU d..- ,:e my c952 De Luxe 4 I
ca Solito I-A Third .i Clioroler .edgn. Excellent con
--lt 1-A -r ho. rnly 15 months old. PIN
FOR SALE--L.vingroom couch ar"cI la,. rl I months old. P1
chaor, 25 r\cle Frig.ldaie. rnoc, -
any dining:oom set. 2614-B, Co- FOR SALE: -- 1951 Black Men
co ,. convertible, ipright piono;
-- :_i Magic Chef siove. All excel
FOR' SALE:- Beutiful modirnisticl condition .1o reasonably pric
Sn:ne piece ilningroom set, proctic-! col Pndnonmoa e3-053.
ally new. Original cost $600, will: .- ..
socrlice for $350. Phone BaIbooFCR SALE-1949 Chevrolet 4 C
3336. De Luxe. radio. rires new. $e
:-- -.o Can be I. nnced. Phone 4-5
FOR-SALE:--Cne partition tor porch. I Fro 4 to p. n,
$10.Q0. Telephone 2-2420. -
FCR SALE---194 I Chevrolet Conv
Don't fear BURGLARS, thorcuqhbrea ible in. A. I condtorn. Duty P
GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPS. Tel- Good Top :.od T.res. Must be s
epahne Balboa 1389. to be app.ec.cled. Phone Ami
FCSALE--House bar, $95.00. side 2243 odi..g duly hours.
board, $1.00. No. 17, 12th St.,FR SALE 1949 4 Pr. Rena
_io Abjo___ ;Goodat cond.non. Cheap transport
FOR SALE:- Mohogany inilngroom ton. Telt Balboa 2-1862.
set, like new, for $250. Ongmal 'FOR SALE:--Ccoillac 1951 "62"
prsce, $'5. ,49h Stret No. 5J Dor R & H 15.C00 miles. Excell
FCR-AWE: -- Must sell procticaMyj condition, .,950.00. Albi
new. c dningroom, hall, drawingroem.; 3203.
complete cuest room, individualI FR SALE:- 1950 Custom DeS
easy chai., airfoarp cus;oned: 4-door sedan, Fluid-Matic, leat
beautiful iu3:, Swedish China gloss-i upIolsery iadi., mileage 21,0
ware ;floor and table lamps. Must Mallory iJarl o... Thmpnson Vi
be sen- to be appreciated. Phone meter. chi ss undercooted a
S-2V~8 ie -ho-urs. --- ructprooied. new battery.
POR SALE Brand new vacuum tires. $S 700 See at 151
tleaner, four liv.nqrcom tables. Akee Str'.., Balboa or telephi
electric c;o ., end other hcusehoid' 2-4264 oaler 5 CO p rm.
items. Alao ieaut.ful plcnts at va.. FOR SALE-ConVertible 1948, Stud
tlopr;a;. P;,one P;:ormo 3-2540;, baker Chaorpion. Radio. Spotllg
hou~. %4. 111, 1 th St., Paitillo.l overdrive. Duty paid, $750.00
FOR SALE:--Leaving. Servel ref.ig best-e ofer Phone Balboa. 2-42
erator, 25 ind 10 cycle. Lvii-.gio.n _. m
ftlrn'eturA, o:her furniture. Every- I Positio Offeer
thig, chop. House 2363-A, Co- __ ____;if -_
coWA T E D WANTED--Porson with experie
FOR "SALE :Perisrct or 9 cu. ft. in i'ublc.ty and Adverising m
48 lbs. .r-,zn food .pace. full up Must Lve vocattan. M
Wdfth n-u.r troy. 2 vgg. crispers peak Engn'sh and Spanish ai
,5.s for .CO. Large ei ic rcn eti \Wrlle iomp eta details
sc. for y.W. Lorge tei ri *ic rcng-,
,175. r:,h 60 cv-!es, a!-rost new. DEP. A. --P. 0. Box 134. Pc
S.:irnmc: i-reicroi,ng Atjriio couch arr o
r: cs,. ar F 0.o T8rra,44 AI /
WANTED) TO BU
S .1 TALE WITH SIX CHRi TO y -Pck-up.
T r g r rf master with prms. iWA' D TO BUY --Pak-up. "M
Ec 't r..-h-crn' Table h-s "'DUhij- bleria Turi6n." No. 200 CenI
C..F'.'FE" lesr w:th sliro seats or Avenue
r,.;ber 'c;-. b!ue plt'ti- biqcc.d WANTED vuu- refrigerator as
cacr. M.- e b. robinet m-hr for trade.,n on a new Crosley Sheh
h:s t1 O *. 'e Kplmr I 4 Lpn j der. Cyrno', Tivoli Crossing.
ir-'.Pr,:e r'.'it. Te! Gliclk Hgt 1793.
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B-rIGAI! Frr.'n"ire r',r.oaarofo I new'cendtion'; good tone and a
Sdc. in p si;e& conit:on. Peru' tion; phone Panama 3-0732'
Avenut 26 Tel. 3-1667.
.. -- -, : WANTED:--lepm broiler 35 to
FO. SALE. .- 60 cy:'e Frigidoire. horse power l.h electric burr
;d .,' n',ron. Wil trrde for 25 fully outomaic Tel 2-3303
rvc. j..44C.D. Owen St., Balboa. write- Donbror P. 0. Box 101
FC2 SAi -:Cenx Automat washi Pkram .
urg mach-p, Curundu. Tel. 5117;WANTED TO BUY -Chickens, 2
oueI- 1.______ ___ lbi.Telepo'ne Panama 3 21:
FOR SALE- 'Vedcgeond" gas stove. Cares. _
.4 Ars. "griddle in the ,mi4-
ole,l' bro ir, oven, storage cobi- WANTED
net. Stainless Steel G-iddlc and
Burners, $125.00. Coll Ft. Kobe Milrellaneoau
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FC9-.SALE:--Moaytag waher 25 cycle nfurnhe. a- Three-bdroom ch-44
'100.00. electric rlock,S $3.00.
1st. St. Pe.ejil No. 6. Apt.. Tel. WANTED:-,Hlrrme tar one or t
S'-00 rfmornings young, me cols. One yellow, .


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DR. WENOEHAKE. Medical Cllnc
Central Avenue "K" street..
Corner telephone 2-3479, Panama
We paint iefrigerotors. Leave it lke
new Peru Avenue 26. Tel. 3-
4687
We will accept your used refrigerator,
washing inchine and stove rqgord
le's of conartlon, for purchase of
a new one. Call 2-5144.
ATTENTION TEENAQIRS. P epar
for your holiday done now.
Again HARNETTr BUNNW ore
offering their speciof 3 n mths
course for only $10.00. Enrill
November 19 and 20th pt Bolboo
"Y", between 3:30 and 5:00 p.
m Learn lie new double ond-triple
SMambo. Bonny Hop, Jitter-Bug
and Rumba.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneonm


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FOR SALE:-Used machinery: auto-'
matc washers, extractors. com-
mercial gas tryer, 110-220 volts,
gas water heater capacity 650
gals. per hour, commercial iron-
ing boards. 1950 Chevrolet Sedan
delivery, good condition. El Lava-
- matico 8054, 11th. Street Tel.
146, Colon.
FOR SALE:-;948 Oldsmobile 98, 4-
door sedan, radio, $850; 4 piece
bedroom set $100; gas range $50;
deep freeze $350. Quartets 41 Al-
'rook. Phcne 6185 or 31.05.
FOR SALE -- Small upright plan,
$250.00. Course in business ad-
ministration. $40 00. Ter. 2-1282,
Panama.
FOR SALE:-i948 Nash Sedan. Good
condition. Kohler light plant 12000
waOHt China closet, hoamphor
chest, other household furnishings,
" corn grinder. Call 2-2677. House
5508-B Hos 'St.. Diablo.
FOR SALE-Spn a piano Weaver.
Call 83-3209. Af 6 p.'m,


FOR SALE-btir yho ie Wetet
ighquse Ret CharpI bat-
teries o CoW mn. $ 0.T
195-L, Colon.


FOR SALE---irLf Roadhrosta bicycle,
like ne*, $35.00. 0772*K, Wil-
lianmsh Place. Balboa.


FOR-.ALE-Gcrmn Shepherd Plip-
8-,, Ji nia V4L. Trtphbra


Y 5LE:- Plnto Pony and Saddle.
House 2550. Cocali.
iw- R SALE--Bicycid, tricycle, w -n.
oA toaster, touvres, radio, househld
items. 589' Bayano, Ancon. 2-
3715.


LOST & FOUND
$1 0.0 Reward for return of fishing
rod dnd reel, believed it was l*t
on FRnt St.. Colon. Tuesday. No
questions asked. Deliver Rod and
Reel to Mr. Joe "A" O'Connor.
House 8175-8, Morgbrita, collect
510.00.


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FerW' Cottage. Or mile, amt
Senta Clar. Pklemas br v~u
1Minme. Phom Balboba 2.6.m
WiU.IAMS' SantdClaro Beact Cat-
tows. Lrge. cwnrtab, modern.
nmar beach. Dalbe 3050 eap
weeMknd.
Gramilih nta Claro Beh cootgs,
elect rc refrgerstioN. p a tos,
mcd rafe rt Phone 6-441 er
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in AM 'CMponem "uAtWins.
PhION SHAWi., Beclbo 1389i
ora e grtak ther.

FOR -RENT
Housem
FOR RENT: 3 bedroom chdlet,
furnished (one block from 50th
street), corner I lth street nd 7th
Avenue Son Francisco. Telephone
-2958..


FOR (ENT: Modem cholet, two
bedrooms, maid's room, overlook-
ing Panaera Golf Clb, La Carras-'
qutll,. $90.00, Miguel Hi&. Phorn
3-4844.1. 1
FOR RENT---Furnished haup for
three or four months starting DI.
cmrber first. Two bedroom, dining-
room. setingroom, maid's room.
etc. Golf' Heights, 6-A Street, rent
$165.00 per month (*letricdyi
M. r water included). atb~ snamo
3-0499. .:"
FOR RENT Two cotton, Santo
Clara, $5000 each per month.
*Te. Balboc 2756. Schilling.

FOR RENT
Apartment
ATTr TIONM & 1. Jw at-nodqro
fumiwd aprtnitrw' 0"% *wA
bedroom. hot. cMfmfig tl-.
s phone Panama c ,
FOR RENT: ApartaMht br1lM"
; grejo, 2 bedrooms, living;. d
.room, porter, lfrge kqim* "-|
idry-rot, maid's bl* %B .n 4
both, hat wedr._ For furtftr--fer-
*nces.pl se cdll Tel, 3-4964 8-
.4282.
FOR RENT:-Aportment with. furni-
ture for Cule i hut chi
- Central Avenum Noa 4, heo oparf.


FOR RENT:-.-Tk oih .ut'
mnt, ith tJ,
Avauw No.
one. 8-2 i.-- 2 p. :. "
FOR RENT:-Srell fu.~l .d a
nmnt, Nort Americort ri
Vid EepaPn twegorptin
.Telephdon 3-471. 12 1o p. in.
FOR -RENT:-. or 2-bdnwn
funo- apartments Offc i Ben-
nett's Phot Studio. 181 Cnl
Avenue,


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FOR SALE -Wood house. Con--a
create base, shre bedroom parlor -
dinmgoroom, mrar iae n Large g1
yard. Offer acc@0ed. PaHild 13th NM.
let, Street. Call Tel 2-1069 or 3-3516. 3-
5- FOR SALE:-3 bedroom houe, re-FR
wo cently constructed, Boyoca street,
one "Loa Curpbies" Andes Sdr. Mr.


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LESSON 5 FOR ALE:-20 foot Sloop "Luck T* pedriCet 1,500 ueueM meae
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UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA 631,0 or 6315. Ce te. e iway en a hde.
Intensive Spoa.-h course for English -. ---a. .Chlee a'a-L OR i-
apeoklil people from November l7th FOR SALE : Diesel Boot Engine n d. For lere l eN..l tele "emf
to Joailary 14th on Tuesday. Thurs- Budo 6 cylinder, 100 HP, Model 3-101. 00
day all .iPday. Elementary class1 468 wlh to 1 reduction gWr, b i
from 7 p. m. Intermediate from $1,500 Ca be seen and ,jn aftr winti
7 to dts nd, on request, 4:00.p n. weeld days. C Bel- al Soldie
e .sts h fh School di. boa 3332 oniday through Fradl l er
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h arin.a Debenture Bonds Ar as gan ot Johi
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NEW YORK. Nov 14 (pP -_ today fdm the ordnance ape- Resd
with cnGmi. General Motors Corp. announL.- dlt coure hbere a Watch
wit ecoo iral ed today It will issue 300 million "rptwhIc. C
dollars of debenture bonds, the ThiL coum, which lasted 12 C, 1
TRANSISTER refsfst Industrial issue ever of- .ees, is dei g to gve the WAJR
feared for publl sale in the youan soldIgt a thorough knowl- niwm
Hearing Aid United tatesa edge In the bade fundamenta.e 3311
SHarlow H Curtice, president of watch repairing p
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er from h l home n Evansville. PANMUNJOM, Korea No 1 evera sub-committee talks on tust be se ort t a dead. tio w'. eary p t c
nd The baby unharmed, was(UP A Neutral Naton e the arrangements or the con- Ire." pe florr rei e lt UM i pce olttho .s





takes from the teen-ager when patriatlon Commission spokes- ference will begin uImultaneouw- Asked what cMuru South Ko- Red China .s. repreenS-
tederal agents picked her up at man said today that ; sub-corn- ly next week. rea would follow if the deadline "If Mr. D1)uas was reported siveg faWdd on the site .I .
her parents' home at Bokchito, mittee checking American "pro- The compromise was negd- comes without eati Motory proB- accuratelyg. he 4o not reflect SAM WStt
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sihe was the "Wanda White" who had received "coercive" letters secret meetings. The ageement cided that" lean peope, at leas the people J.^ h tlte question fi-
Sbaby toting with the Sta- from home will report it find- again raised h 'C o e rciv said thou a Korean I lge tolw
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w er boy before he disappeared. ings soon. peace conference may be called peace conference be a:- newsman. three sug -
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a presentationn" to the main fighting. esa(R-N.H.)rton k o ifoeuisth ec- regeneiM er S nuasbeh dmit-neo uAtr hs ti .1.
mer fm hC home on Evansville t PANMUNJOM, Korea, NoV, 14several sub-committee talks on relut be some e Pot a drted tlo Mr writ aioneem "op- mthe cam l ..-







Sfrom the ten-ager when mplaints they reCe poes-d Rhee today accused the Corn- Dueas' recent stand ao possible o m aoty hould nobt w e ,of al of rl ha w .
'p' -y -(, U (rop A Neutral Nations mnthe arrangements foartg the con- re."but we of etita



sade ghs w Tral froni the United States stice by building up the armed una.e c Aus, w rt recogSze cors dtheTble meioferetnce. -
er antshcked her up a complaint was made is might uf North Korea and re ouldges, Beite deadlnet po omm t-donate Chinerse d'_ -. onth,
;her parents' home at Bokcl mthe name of the 22 American s infiltrating South Korea e- comes wtht mlati estornro aeuraver nnt for any purpose,"
TEHERAN, td te FB men that Communists" protests thather d by staff advtrs ien lxhwer ttra- Bridges d.d haven't d o.n 1 P twe tcAme site Com s rl-
e wa the "Wand troops armed with tha return hcoerve" letterssecret meetings. The a Ko-eemended that lean
$.ae baby sitting with the Star- from home will report its find- again raised hope tha tho He said bthought. Korean ,I have *W.- Mo! tlc api'




pick ad ab~vs tayr e diseased, mng soon. peace frle may be called pea ccenharged the neds were ee
ree boybaore he disap eare erenne et* be a-. newqmm. .1meable to th i .



to settle Korean pieoblemsn be- rokd "ed the Uettt teo F ds Goms oo Pelld resolution tu e t e
o rs h a indiaed it soon would make out their threani to resume tGe onwhie 8.-lace BridT- whlStu y Tradent Ch Foo hld
1rd o os "pre-entaion" to the main fighting, es (R-N.H.) took'Isg w'th inec-Nregime s K ea be admit- bu a
committee on the American's Meanwhile President lyngman retary of State '1Obn Foster ted to tbe. Ub Ne Mons. America,
complaints they rtee a i v d pRhee today acfred pee Cam- Dulles' recent stand a Pobl Id not be l8 w(,UnMfl eulaton has.-







rn The commission adopted a hee saidgreaty numbers t %ofo o
bazaar (shopping dis "propagct i nda" the their mil muotepassing as "anst of vin Peninsla no thwes ormi-f A felleve-it- Co has for the md\t dr. but we, o ne
oareet rinf berom the Unitedi States. n stire b building up the armedL .oure, d not recoglze P -e e M eonersnc.







atues.LW covmde heThe complaints was made n mht only highway n d byBthe anal Zone n who C mm a wa-s nt ed Chinese.e.t.on:f- ferenc..
I have ordered that all shops immedia the 22 Ameto prevent fltratng of th Korea.nnM run th tecamp e, oe hih mlleated go rget far a purpose," i
TE pHERtcpated in Thurs- fP who chse Communism rat i he thlonh s wr oaml there tirid t g s'd.




EWav'. strike shall not be allow- (U.S. Army) 64t f hospital. Wanta to pam thr t he.
Lerut a t arowners armed with than return home. T h president o nt mo th-on a






otsadeh's co-defendant. compromn agrement for tao M. anxon n b i world wihr h.i r .
brprs Mnd laoel Ria today smash- The commission formally 1aos- re, chargOed the Rleds ee c .
troai lOkedthei a the Alies Saturdaye toopre- u of t auc aou i B reason heated, was
s of hops which cloed an airfields anof d training troops
Te .arsday to protest the treason u"ri0ea" in North Kaorea. Tphe tulduipa op
piort's ex-prtemstr oin udgmentd "o we poses a "serious" threat to .,
6debh. American hospitaIntheneu- prospects for peace, 0 s,.eil. GoodPlace.To Study Trade For- --.CNWA
Sh case. Nzzol sai, lah Dadsetn, mi will bel- comg razone.





b g attorney said Rhai, wad The commission adopted ou *h d
i sr army chte of staff while Rhee said he stil Inended t
be is deter was ined not to "allow C nist rolun tal "nReds wedre moving Into the
the bazaar shoppingg distrtctl Ing the note-passng RS ,An a- Ongljn Peninsula northwest of ?Beleeve-it- -lh'My. u for the remainder of hb one.
Sbe heldonv responto ble foster ouse of medical support," and eoul and below the t Pl-be reveled at





intgues." demanded that the Allies "t he did at that time negotiations when the six-months





'I Olg.ayolC tof Dies In HosplZal oo atr the armistie ends I f.
h: patlcipated in Turs- further iand a rominent businthes ra peaefully.
Say' trik shall not be allow- om ,.itwants t m'
lm the ouaz r owners realize thmus with Wln Amerian ts to ify0 d





tha ths a mn on ste Atlantic St- who wde with Vice Prdsdent do n BHoard at its e Atg
s1 a e ." week dea05 yesterday a'Pt tT tfl rM. Nixoon ion his wosa ld when Conct No,
mr.utltneur had eene ilfor'a CITde y
lron. MrJglaii Rlahi, took ctn- t me pieand hoapod f been ole c
L te t~ap 9f todayes session of th e cons a tn oen r.f or t -eI ta ..rThe --ea heng wtswhe G
i thtrial, which unpt' now had p o Un edrto if a o dhare ofnllin fromh ansotat nadtO ka




















*pabcle could take delivery 1920 but was again employed t0 have a valid certificate o hth.near Boltchto. Oklsa within a few
milboa narsumea about the nartve9a Mic ado B5.Ths Wrh-n





's on the Pacift I ndthe Mr. Butler was President of he was apprehended on Shaler the ad shared with d were n until
on on h anl d Th e hicsng cue. i1 be coming 11- an Coln
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ime ordid a e that time o Tbe- n g hetiat r when the ly Cnx-mont
L t" Z o' D division ofCetn mIsiPn asaroanl i et- Crio Tulowanfin $5
~ ote be was obad to folow o the armistice e ndsy o ans mlod Ma ab .
t4 se e-.remle ssordery DiesvIn H-.. Janury.
Aa lawy ser said oshdeth "Nothinosa hag state's e" he Cutffail- -v.
has pers.nlly assumed respon- Thomas Butler, resident sf hephc when asked about his
otl of tahl's actions. the Isthmus for m ore ithan 45 si dead eon l P a ifoports to unify o-Wo[t
years and a prominent buslny fre Peacefulwyingr. AivS
anman on the Atl'ntic ralgedi "We ha always cooaperled
at v3:05 p n yesterday at Colae to s95 iuloltt," he t id, "but d me
the batter alo Hospital. He was fyefars old. hew eonl theloa d her s ar ScPermit oave






to $bOn l ulr tent at Colon Hospitali *I n ulve The wn nla it and C. is. tal o
S rl- lnMarch 1952. ---A hearing was held WeL t r oi-ir.
A native on Kalamanoo. Mtni- cy Sleoh rtn firmti in C brief on th ca
igle, Mr. Butler came to the JuIdge'siBenchrI -1-,- ,2.cm" ,ll"a
S rIstehmus during .the early Canal ntetmerlnnlas d 1e in i ha-
fuoestorage ntbatt eries cructon period. He was em- M h
hlbe lrro- ed romo the Moo twodaed by the Isthmian Canal Off ra -.
I a.,; i -n Division r Of Co, mission s an rodman in 5ea- Carlos 5 ruJllo was fined $5 Laovaml : A 1 ad
-I--n-wr rtdla te s We ov o is emLloovyesIterday afternon In the Bal- l dandwaNewr o. e
o Ts ra nsp woraio garag emIyJd boo C o dsoctrcte'e Court abr aaal- .....Tattnweo bwhld
hi retel stores e nfec tve Marl- ofrTulhsut the construction Leocal 505, Nataioal F stio d t Ag .. Athl
he wse e tan e he bro t the service Tn 191B 11ue ooFe. deae mo-year-ald PanimP-el P. -- P o P _i S 1that uRd..
he ba staled orn o a nd five sis was driving on Frangipaitl aECndtancsps e o.
tus th n emptyee wisli- M sureyor in the Fortfflea- igehe at the time. U 'anm Wil
t Furehue a ao t teryaor his tioM' Mvrson. He resigned ih On j J second charge side fant hn
i' the new battery Diy at the temiorar;ly for a few months lo inspection, the cab driver w rs Wsil tae a maO
.'s on the Pacifi' 81de end the Mr. BJaler was President of he wasr apprehended on mhaler the dm and ch-ared with fod- !SP1Ii were a ntil
jnj" Bope rle.trcul Service T. J. Butter bnd tona, a 'on- heoad. napbelieve brdth ath thaWed '' .tl


er the new rare, tse eis- Whwtelvb of Lont bslande Newoc lLi







...e nounced later. are served by a rotation of the fter swnarim'l1a o f Ithe neti a'es tt h. ..


tr- e.,r against the recent- top executive positions. Mrs. oflogra, the Z-stl .
0M. o lf uo newspap Carolyn C. affray., lt vice- based for a A of ap
radio ston -was made Canal Lumps All president, and an officer for the preiation for
namna last night in the past three years, expressed the bdte d three
oftthe committee on free- TanSo at n same opnlion. Coupled with de- ears as
the press .of the Inter- re. am.this area of other t" a
Press Association. l ospf the local, this re- l ti ; t
Shewman Ju Dubo. Units Togethert in al t an entire new
of the cot e. sent agmr tag chosen as be
cable to Re Pres- The Motor TrPsrtatlon t D- 1 : 'ee as te
MEcador, Jose-1rl Ve- 'ion will be taheferred from PresMet, Norri P. F ell, has e
b n bab C the '"-e Eupoly and Service Bureau a t and Aflon Div, d
:-n the Rlilroad and Terminae ffce, Hq. Il; r 11M
.M; Dr. 3. M. bureau December 1, it was an- O oo ti
rm to. cuador, once yesterday at Balboa e-prPident, 8. H, Wyn- ed tL .eanes
--tm dldb" tonight of 'l Helights. n l et
dall dependencies, Coincidental with the transfer S ust Manager, Naval f fet e t
ol c tr d y l broa
timas Noielas and the name of the Rlroad aU laplt, ioethat the great
by police action, Terminals Bureau will be chanmn have e t .
e iemned bthe free ed to the Transpotratlon plllol ha
of2 0S a re as Terminals Bureau. ss; au a tie w e
a at a- The transfer, which will be r1latnms with e
thaI MT never -ide as a unit, is organizational 3 w M 1. IFranka have n a0
peace dedin nature and no reduction section.
sqoane. force or other personnel ..,w "s'
ro~re- are involved.
rm Thde changes being m ten of
Work. provide a closer alignment of tat SA ta
bugnstituttion various transportation factils eM
a ra*Iol that of the Panams fVal Compe--a
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