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:
AA00010883:01790

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Tho Mail Boe is ea open forum for readers *f Thie Peene Amer.
Jons. UA are received gsatef*lly *Pd er handled i a wholly eni"i-
denteal moeer.
' if you contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the
* asxt day. Lo*ters ore published in the order receive.
Pleoe try to keep the letters limited to see p pg w1egm,.
Identity of letter writers is hold in strictest ewsldeossa.
This newsoper assumes no responsibility for t6ate0m is as options
esprossed in letters from resers.


ANYTHING INCONVENIENCE THE PUBLIC
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Hi* thrifty ca-itaihe government get?
Threicislon to iscontinue selling the few States issues of
US stamis that wee carried tb CZ ostoffices for those who
wanted to send a camped self-addressed envelope to the -States
cr 15 cents in stamps for a sample of something seems poor
enough economy. But the action that .discontinues the sale of
special deliveries tops it all. The Canal Zone has no special de-
livery stamps of its' own for sale.
The cool comment from Canal authorities that those who use
EpeciaLdelivery stamps can order them from the States by money
orderf ould be interesting news to American and other seamen
and ,Oassengers on Ships transiting the Canal who have every
-right't, expect that in an American post office they1will find for
eale iigh stamps of the proper ind to avail themselves of the
full facilities of the US Postal Service. .,
Just what economy is the penny pinching Canal Company
effecting by this move. I'd like to see It spelled out.
What Sense
Copy to Postmaster General. .
HEY, NONNY, NO6NY AND HOOT Hiott .-.4 OT
Gambqo C.Z.

Could some one tell me why the P.R.R. trains have whistle
and carry on so every- time they medt one another want to stop,
go forwards or backwards? i.t
Gamboa is the meeting place of most itt"' at go in op-
posite directions and it seems that one engineer is trying to show
the other, that his whistle is the loudest and the other is trying
to v&i that it is not.
It seems to me that an order could be given to practice all
whistle blowing between Monte Lirlo and Prijoles.
It has come to. this writers attention that this nonsense has
been topped around Balboa Heights so the big shots will not have
to Bsten to it, as all trains come to a near complete stop at the,
%abd crossing near the Balboa gas station to save blowing their
whhilp.and possibly disturbing some one. ,. x .
.fote on now. You guys are really no better tntn I-at-.,
Little Shot

LET'S WRITE HER ABOUT THE QUEEN'S VISIT
Sir:
'I am a nine-year-old girl in a large modern school in the cen-
ter 6f England and I should be glad of any help you can give me.
our geography lessons we are studying the various part
of t4e world through which our Queen will pass during her tour.-
t she will be sailing in a liner, the Gothic, through the Pan-'
m a~nal and I woul4 like you to write and tell me of this el
with any othlr facts about the Canal and your cpq&i
41 you can help me, I shall be very grateful and I'm sure .it
wlWl ach me and the other children in my class far more thin
any ltxtbook would.
hank you very much.
Jllian Hinsley,
County Primary School,
Raeburn Road,
Pheasey Estate,
Great Barr,
Birmingham, 22-a
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By VICTOR DIESEL
The past is prelude.
So today I offer to those with an
open mind and some anglish ue.
the future, the storyof o- -4
Smith and the heartbreak of ta
of us v ho fought him when ,e
lived he was fronting for the
viets in very strategic government
circles .
Mr. Smith was one of those who
held high office. He w&a4 ,f
the three members of ithe N t
Labor Relations Board. As
Smith helped make po t
which the Board could e
course of all American labor.
was in the Thirties. We were
a small group fighting a mammoth
disbelief everywhere that CommU.
nists were organized to iuflates


the Soviet Embassy. We 1
he was meeting with a I
Soup of Comm unilats a
Ington suburb. We knew
was loading the Labot BW
Communists-from vital
down to stenographers.
that after our own bandfu
Communist friends at tl
protested this, the Coma
ce help was put oa tip
when our friendriwnt aO
on government business.
One anti-Communist Ili
fice for a few weeks and
to find the economic d
the board in the hands
Communist who reported
tails back to the Red eane
our friend insisted 4lt
fired, he was called In
vho bellowed at Mhm 'nd
Nd him. But at lgs ,the
pred. -
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two we were bi to
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naiiy one of oar mends m I n
government Svice, so g' wIon't
name him lest he A forced
to undergo the perS on he. suf-
fered then) went to the cebtroan
of the Labor Board, one J. Wartn
Madden. `i "
Our friend warned Madde s-tat
Communists controlled the board's
machinery. They Iwould, and of
se were, forcing *.. n
more of our -iensitive es
into the hands of labor cham pons
of the Soviet Union-who stU conga
trol most of those unions today. '
Chairman Madden told o u r
friend he was one of those who
needn't look under the bed for
Communists, he knew they were
there. Big joke.
We knocked on doors. We drew'
aUp reports. We tried to get Smith
removed. Res t! Smith of the La-.
b6r .Board wtA fired. But it w
-TwVong SaM8 You see, their
weAe two 5mi6 on the board the.
-the right one ad the left one.
Anofef4r big Joke. Only we didn't
laugh, #For dhe day our anti-Com.
imunist. iind in the Labor Board
office *as called in by Chairman
Madden, who was furious. He lash-
ed at our friend, saying "See what
you've done, you've got all Wash,
igton saying we're loaded wtI
Communists, you and your redbait1
Well, we lost that one. The sec.
r tart of the Board Was one Nat
Wttnow national counsel to the
oviet Mine, Mill and Smelter
workers nion which controls
the digging and smelting of every
tdel fsse IUgtal from copoer
to rai Madden
wrote Mr. Witt a letter asking Witt
to send him a memo on the 'gos-
sp' and widespread attacks on the
board.
'.We can Imagine what Wittre-
.i H0 .tayed on the Board for
e. Years later when
kkidU.h an Caogressional Comtit-
Me wRwter hi knew prior to 1940
(or just about the time he was on
the labor board) that "Mr. Alger
E.,was furnishing information to
Kr.&dW. ttaker Chambers," Wint
to answer, stomping, in-
steAW, on the Fifth Amendment.
There were many others who
wrote letters in behalf of Witt., who
Ml6 xteae time was assistant gen,
end emnsel and head of the case
*Mew section of the Board. All
of the letter writers told the Chair.
man what a fine fellow this Witt
'.So they worked it back and forth,
di Mr. BSmith and Mr. Witt. We
Iast. Madden went on to become
a respected -udge of the Court of
Claims, where he is now. But we
hope Le isn't too busy to read
some of the testimony before the
jCoag signal Committees espe-
cially that of Edwin Smith.
Justice Madden would now dis-
cover that our friends had not nee-
dled him for naught. For Justice
Maden would read that Edwin
th, infiltrator par excellence,
friend and protector of Nat Witt
has admitted to having registered
as a foreign agent in the U. S.
for Moscow, Czechoslovakia, Pe-
kig (home of our military eneI
my), Bucharest (official home of
the Comintern propaganda bur-
eau), Hungary and the East FotI
"setup" in Poland. Not to mention
the Chin Photo Service, which dis-
tributes enemy propaganda.
f the gad people like Justice
Madden wll just give us a chance
and an open mind, we'll save them
from the future as well as the


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sour own hand, your best line of
play very often is to draw trumps
'and cash the tricks in your long
side suit, Likewise, if dummy has
the long suit, your plan Is to draw
trumps and cash dummy's long
side slt.
Which suit should you work on
when you have a long suit both in
your own hand and also in the
dummy? Sometimes the answer is
that y ji don't try to set up either
suit. Look for the short suits in-
stead -_ the long suits.
When today's hand was played,
for example, South tried to draw
ttumps and develop the clubs, but
at'me a cropper i'. the process. He
son the first trick with the ace of
*hearts. cashed the top clubs to dis-
card a heart from the dummy, and
ruffed a club with dummy's deuce
'of spades. He then tried to get
1ack to his own hand by finessing
the jack of spades.


This was poor idea. West- won
with the king of spades and re-
turned a trump, whereupon South
'9ond that hc couI make only nine
tricks na -..tter how he played the,
rest of the hand .
Try it and see for yourse. And
try setting up the diamonds, too,
if you thin;. that dummy's long;


suit any better.
Sc'orrect lin,. of play is very
; Simple. You don't draw trumps,
1 and you don'" try to set up either
long suit. You just play for a cross.-
ruff.F
Win the first trick with the ace
of hearts, cash the top clubs to
discard a heart from dumm. and
ruff a heart with the duce of
anades. Take dummy's ace of dia-
mlonds and ruff a diamond in
-'ouL.own hand with the four of

tWe six ompls in, you lead an-
ethe heart and ruff with dummy's
three of trumps. Return a dia-
m"od rom dusmay and ruff with
the ace for simplicity's sake. (You
Sc-n get away with a low ruff, but
the i lay Is complicated. It wo'uid
be fatal to ruff with the jack.)
By now you'have eight tricks.
MM low club.and ruff with
d domy's last lo\. trump thus win-
a ninth trick. This eaves yo
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t&d. You can just lead du.MiWs
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To Do Roof Work

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The contract for the construe- I JI I "W V .U T'.,"
tion of tile roof hooda on tOtal T"
of 12 concrete quarter building s Thirty six framed
in the Balb a flats aa. was diversified te ja a
awarded Fridav to R. 0. Hauke Ject matter 1p=rod dby. )6dI -
Construction Comrany. It wa colm Delvalle of Colon b a y ?t.
announced by Col. Craig Bnmyser, Clayton are being preseated by.
Engineering and Construction the Canal Zone A Adl a lt
Director, the JWB-USO G2aletiy 'a S-
boa....
The firm entered an offer of '
$18.210.60 for the work. bids for Color, pen and Ink, bruhk lls
which were opened T u e a d a v and soft effects *with. qil*
morning. Four other -bids were or, suitable for the i*.A"j. t-
received. all from local contrac- ment or grouped tntS "tSi
tors. They were BUdon Inc., the larger home rs tA
Greene. Calvino Roqner .Cia. arranged in the Uery!g ot
Ltda.. Industries Unidas S.A., overflow into the
and General Contractors Com- Room
pany.
The work will start about Jan. Street scenes of Paris. dht
1 and wll be completed In an- clubs, character sket '
proximateltwo months. It w misty atmospheric ef ot
M~iwnkt0 +%& -.to larfe. well Wittill 'Mati Our


irefk uumost o wie oon rate lotur.- ti a" -~', R
family quartets locked on the fectively framed hbW th .I.
Prado area in Balboa and the two eat and stimulate.. the M,. tqnu-
two-family quarters in that tion. .
area.
The artist who ha e0 tug .-
recipient of annual l'us p EUFL VMATI
GIsd r ^i well knGoWn o NtlkfS mS-
Mrs. C. Gooding where be oradu ,a ithe V .
Cristobal High Schqol d now
Died In Sto. Tom s erv wth the
He also attended Pratt ~utl-'
Mrs. Christiana Gooding. 62, tute in New York and ~ con-l
died at 3 a m. today at Santo To- siderable time in 3ulWe trfre
mas Hospital, Panama. Mrs. he exhibited with. sen gefs.
Gooding was a member of the This irreent exthibljt Is ...e-
La Boca Salvation Army Corr3, dcil Interest to thort wh W-4r14%l. I
and 8t. Peter's Friendly Society, and to those wel Inft!mORA s.--
anna vho are prepar.iatwtrv- II*. ,
Funeral services will take ael. o a p
place at the Panama Salvation -. '
Army Hall, Ouachaup'l at I n ii. npenin" today the hlotiso
tomorrow Mrs.. O~no.n, will be wll rem'"n untill nee. 1T. .oursi
buried at Jardin de Paz. are from 9 am.-1O p. S
Surviving her ere her hs- All re-tdent0 tir-btll
band, Alonzo F GooAin'p, so',s, of Prnp"'a n' d t!lq T'.al Zone
Edward. Clarenr-. Alte"t' M.l- rg en,-lol tn,,t, "v Ithe
phonso and W'ter ir* '0o ono -'.' to visit thm ouitan'l-
daughters. Kath' -n nrid F:i- u1 ing show.
ence and several grand children.'


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eT. 6-ond'tdayitMplntoyd on-
ald A. Williams adiainlstritor of
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The, bridexe given mar- Inm Ge-Teogehr Dimme
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gown nylon tue and gch lT The married teachers of the
f r lace over satin e lace CrOi btal H gh School, and their
t,. was fashioned wit a ,8 eg A- fqtlies held-ther annual Tla -
.ba 3a a ihouae rs within neckline and had i 'semg The giving dinner partyn the cut
he ne to arp buffa.t skirt w made 'of three a of the school on Thankstviu
k lUkIt. a a ,ti ers of nylon tulle, edged with pay
1 seteett 3lw ace, to mate! th e iUoe. "e After dinner some of lue adults
S ;pn sd a. sone finm r-p veil of ll a'w -t played c rd, other adjourn-
S repWS2*dT Off oa ret cap- stae a#. e. O Med to theEXased the ebl-in
turned home. I t had oen r- a cascade bouquet a orcld and dra for amet. A" 'pckup" sup-.
taeale the onl he white roses. per compiled the day.
qld have done w uld Miss .aye Coulter of. Stockton, Thpse who participated in the
Shohte w sorry aewas alifoia. was the mad ,on- party with Mr eaSs were Mr.
rbout -thecVdenM S or. She worepale and Mrs. Paul Beck, Mr. and Mrs.
aboat the accldelt. tulle over matching taeta, Carl Maedl Mr. and Mrs. Lake
*.' MIed with chantilly Ia .. Br So.- Palumbo, Mr:nd Mr s. Carl Ser-u
T m ruoe *!& mSIers werenw a acado bx qux t trof ge, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Hain-
st". 1wt nlrust and yellow autumn .wL I Mr. and Mrs. William May-
yon' : a S e e' t The bridal att&enM rw.re.it.n nard, Sergeant and Mrs. Douglas
h L bohosm tat j e Bonita oore of ooklyn. and Mclnnis, Mr. and Mrs. John Gris-
' wot ylay.B hore. their dresses were mos wold, Mrs. Etta Griswold, Mr. and l
R. the trs. William Phillips of -'i y Mrs. Duke Wilson, M(r. and Mrs. I
am s;h .s Shore. Their dresses were e. Galeon J ', Mr. and Mrs.
a rnu yar Vit. ren nylon tulle having M lo George = Sgt.'Louis Segal,
krts. They eanIed ol ed Mr. And Mrs. E. B. O'Brien, and
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Burns of Bidghtwai L. I., and
William Philips ofay Shore.
A reception was el at the La
Grange Hotel following the oere-
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Miss Smith h a-wide cile of
Friends on the blunas. She grad-
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and ary Washiigtb Collag 'at
fredericksburg, Va
Mr. Paulding fgaduated from
may Shore High Scof and the
united States Merthant Marine
Academy at lagfs "Paot. He is
now coneeted with, the American
Export Lines as seaoma engineer.
The newlyweds flew to San
Francisco fr their wedding tr,
and fipon their return wil reside
at mlComsuah .so d a d. Bay
Mr. and Mrs. Snutl and their
family resided at Coco Sojito when
he was employed at the Coco' So-
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Lieutenant Commander and Mrs.
V. W. Adler entertained at their
quarters en the Coco Solo Naval
Station, Thursday evening, with a
Thanksgiving dinner.
Seventeen friends were guests
for the evening. A horn of plenty,
filled with fruit and vegetables,
formed the .central arrangement
for the dinner table.
Come As You Are Dance
Telght
A ala dance will. be held at
the Str e Club'h evening
Under the. aspiees of the St. Ma-
ry's Alumnae Association. There
will be prices for costumes. and
the members of the Armed Forces
are invited.
The prite of adissio I fifty
cant per a proceed
Farewell Affalt 'alsr
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Liutenmpt. .dA Mrs. James
Slade, of ofat Gulick, crossed the
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his aunt, MIs. M.arias
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Gulick N.C.O. Club.
Hostesses for. the oceedem
Mrs. Merrll Moutz, Mrs Jn l
in Altman, and Mr. ]
Mann.
The other guests were:
George Leske. Mrs. RBobestl
Mrs. John Carw, Mrs.
Bartlett, Mrs. Joh YANd
Mrs. Tooney Poole, Mrr
ote, Mrs. Charis Brehs ,
MIaR Marrers and Mrs.
Fleming. "t
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pink and blue bassinet a
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Mrs. Cam s e l,.-e4 'T
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Wald Aflatarnv ,
The E. S. Waid, Auxiliary
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imon. Mrs. l1 -h,
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,FOR SALE FOR. SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS I F t ("I
-Household Automobiles Call Navy 3812 Inew number) for Phillips. Oceanside r tage Santa
ti E- E--D Genell liss' Cocoli eauty Shop; Clara, Box 435, Baolboo. Phone I I r
OR S Metal dining title, grtyFOR SALE: 50 D Soto, 4 Door, also for information her Snto Cla- Panama 3-1877, Cristabol 3.1673. .
with '4 airs $95.00. E. Deep WS tires, radio, $1,000. Phone ra Beach Houses. IINLL ILISS Santa Clar UlST
Freeze, 60 Cycle, 2 years $295.- 83"71817. a MOU. Overlooks ocean.' .ur-
"00. ChitA ta6le, mahogany with' SAL E-1 4B- A-e -6._1_-dm eMs M S110135S. Overlooks ocean.,. .sur- .O .
00. Chi a, mohoFOR SALE:- 949 Chevrolet Do We" e Abll e e O. rounded by shade trees.. gas
2 chairs. S 2.00. Kitchen tabiet Luxe. Car is like new, radio, tires. 2031 As C. Z, range and refrigerator.. Accom-|
oak. $5.00. *-one2, Beckwmth Spet Can finance. $810. Phone 4-565. modates 7. /Private. aps to beach I
$275.00.f house 29, Los Cumbres ---- ----DR WENDEHAKE Medicoal Clinic (2 min. walk). fitaMcu,. ping-
Sa F.icTLdPE2-26 O SALE:-15 Chevrolet Central Avenue "K" Street come pa n b a -R- sedan. Power Glide.i anginal own- T h3ngrbe n tc n ar y ,3 puttday
: ,s -Factory replacement 25 r Abrook 3 10 r Telephone 2-3479, Panama. ol No 381 days
Cycle erc motcr for Thor u- A HELP to your office! Excellent (oIoli Beauty Shop); -Balboa
tomaoicoAashing machine. $20.00. FOR SALE:-.951. Plyrnuth sedoo. mimeograph work at 16th. East St. 1389, even ns.
Phone Coco Solo 8616. i Selling cheap. Call Sg Chose. No. 6 Phone 2-3021. Nousesn be@th, S&ft Cliro. Also I
MOR SALE: Sideboard, $105.00. or 4246 Am r 82 32 JUNGLE. IM JAUNTIone m untains
Driseir, $100.00. Double bed, -. TO Phone SIPIO L .lO 189i .. ..
S.$80.00. .Night table. $15.00,'FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth 4'door DARIEN or see Ceamtok irwth .e .
Wardrob,' $125.00. All Customert sedan. 21,000 miles; priced for Sponsored by Hotel El Panama Foer's Cottages Onl ml Pst I '
built .taaogony furniture. Used! quick sole. House 0922, Amodor 3 Full days. Leave Friday, Dec. 4th, Santo $a1.. IC 1ring your
only pne year. Telephone Panomai Road. Phone 2984. return late Siday afternoon Dec.* li ln Phone Balbo 1i. .aI ,-
2-3518: FOR SALE:-1951 'Hillmdn cronvert- 6th. Fishing through Pearl I islands,
OR o SALE:--Coldsopt refrigerator ible. Very good. Phonq Tucker, visit the primitive Chdo Indiahs. WILLIAM S t' rl -
and Wedgewood gas stove. Like Navy 3670 days,: 2295, evenings. spear crocodiles, cruise up the' Sam- tooo5 lb, ,0 ernc
bu River oE l-inrligps pear, ,. so.o. .except ;"
new. Call Ft. Kobee 6217. FCR SALE---i~50 LicQk-ARiviera. Per- bu Riv aboard El P nemd' week en .. ew. K t
`-R SALE:-Rattan furniture. Apply tect conditioni r ties, duty paid. g old clothes. comfo Gr h Sant Clara ach cottgs
concrete building across ftrm Mt. $1.400. Telephone 86-2278 from o and DON'T ,FORET R e rrirat o toes' II
Ho R.-R. ft.o I Roosevelt Aenue. Fo rese ration phone Jungle Jirm at 4-567 '
-$5,50.00. 3. quartermaster FOR SALE: 1952 Mrcury, hard Panama 3-1660, r see your Travel ..
Vd s .wrth mattress. House 773 top, all extra. .Excellent condUtiorl. Agent.
D., lboo| C, Z. RModerate price, $2,000'. Curundu F
FR SALE-Q.' M. Buffet, dresserO S I Bte n p .I
chrftohier. aminngroom table with FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet, Club .,
-chtif. Simmons double bed with Coupe. Good condition. Must sell. 18 a---- FOR RENT -N 2 be- plet in
mrmnfe'ss. venetian .blinds. 49th Coall 83-437._ Beuty Shop Equime 'io San Francisco, port furnished I
Mdry Club Coupe, with roadc FCR SALE:-i941 Lincoln Conti- glass top dressing table S Cnll Panama 3- 9 *m. to
.and*sebt covers. Qtrs. 291-A, A-, rental convertible. Leaving for the Chairs, Bowls, permanent wave 6 p. m.
-brook. Phone 6224. .i tates, rodio, heater, overdrive, rhachine, manicure tables, dyers,
F'pR ALE: nDStinoe om bedroom. good tires'and engine. $700 utility cabinets, gloss show d FOR RENT:-Furnlshed two beddoom
F* i.dire and Stove. Information Palmer Qtrs 242-8, Rodman. etc. Very cheap. Call Navy .8 house. ,At W ltl A ..,
'h.-,t. No. 26 upstairs.____ ,FOR SALE:-i948 ,Ford gpod con bu'inesr hours; ,Bolboo 1389 two cduples." ab: :56. .! ""
o E-[E..-One Electric Broiler. U. edition. Excellent tires. Duty paid Evenings. o .5. h FOR9 T rn i t
oaltdrobs trunk. 2 piece livingroom' Phone 3-402(1. FOR SALE 195fP Nesh Romblor 9 East'43rdAstreet: 1o"MK' irl 91.
uite. 2x4246. ..Station Wagon. "Typhoon 'Pump, room, 2 bedrooms, etc. Mis. 130 I
su. 4 -4246- -- Wisconsin Morse. 5 pidce living- Telephone 3-10622.
S ALE:-60 cye Apex wash WANTED TO SUY room set Coall 3-5J79, 9 m. to F AlNT:-Chae furil
.ng- machine $55.CO. Telephone 6 p. m .furnshed s "G" .stf ,'' .47
'63,2294, 538-BCurundu WANED TOBUY:-ick-p.Mu C 4 buner gs r ove Prqu Lefevr .
*OfVAM-.E:-Leaving country, must blerio Tunn." No. 200 Central broiler, used two months, $85.00. 7:
setl'hfiiture, bedroom. limgroon, A venue. Also breakfast set, complete. Dres-
di.i.groom, porch, bars, washing WANTED you- .refrigerator as' a sr. Misc., .1 mole. I female. FO RIy 9 4
machine, heater, lamps, radio vic- trade-in on a new Crosley Shelvo- Thoroughbred puppies. weeks
trolh. Bridge fables. chairs, Singer dor. Cyrnos. Tivoli Crbssing.' 2- Phone Balboa 1389. House Apartuell .|
sewing machine. 441h Street, No. 1793. 10 Prospect street, Balboa Hgts. A_ ;' S
30 pstcks. Te. -3-0925. 1_ with11 J1t, b4Ju ltsit"r 19, ".
.___----- WANTED:-Gd used Upght p- FOR SALE -20" .grs bicle, with i
,SALE--Westinghouse refrige^r no. Box 1146, Crist l, G. Z. basket. Good shape, $10. House edh i is .mate,. .
star with freezer compartm entA 2- .' il i" 5271-A,. Dsl. C, Z.
yUta' guarantee: ocelaon toai' AN l-_.947
tab'e; cou:h and ma tess: d sng: -WANTED FR SAIE:--2" Bkcyclt, trickle.
,t ble and s.x cl':ip,; t ,oge dresser: radio. tooster, louvre,, household fg
.. e ma "-oagnv w-th mirror i ia S 58? Boye, Ancon, 2- Mod ern ,h
lawn cha.r.s; cisware; mrsce'lu-i -- -- 3 80 u Sr.,C t *C
neoLS houh~,ed artc'es. Call Cc- DIPLCMAT des-res 3 bedroom chalet. FOR SALE.-Suatcoses n good con- phone 6.
Snll Zonq 2-1805. or happy 5282' Te'e-one Par.erra 3-0388. dtion, Very cheap, No. 26, 45th RENT---Two room
SMc.s,.n t.. DccL'I. Ccn._l Zne WAtrTED'-Will pay up to' 5200 street FOR cNTs-Two rooP ap
1..' SALE -Boby bed ,.;h inner- for a ltvrngrcom set. Must be. six FAITH FOSTER'S HILLTOP KENNELS Tel' 1 19e92 Ch
s Amfigp citres, $25 CO P:,h-n. stranil Ratlan in excellent condi- NOW IS 'THE TIME
"' is 5.0 C. Both ueed only rhree t.on TAo arm or easy chairs, and to select a Toy Fox Terrier puppy to FOR UlIT-' 0ar'nornt. furnlat -. douil 0,i. i"t
:ratis. Call 83-4317. one to three cushion couch. Coll ge as wonerfu Xmas git. Turn sed 1 3th SrF rLrpydmt fl turn'
LE"- -High char. Sroi'er. M, Cummings, Corezl 185- left it sign 8 mi. out Trns Highway information d 14
5' and mrtt -sC r.,,bnc;,o ________to Gate. 72. FOR RENT:-w.BeautifuHy furta 1 lsh
!%09 and c -r seat "Toeter Bebe. F3R. SALE--Hallicrafter S 3BC re- en..irerats .,e't to pu'ch +
7 "3-1516, Panama Hel Wanted ceiv. New 8 x 32 binoculars. .r ll.mng.sl iaby's.arbaran r.re.. EaCm
v'He Wanted c a ",
Voightle er camera. f 3 5. Phone ; ud.Rent
S .-xe ended nrraid. must live in, help 2-5527. p. m to 8 p. m.
w ith children, references. 0940, FOR SAIE:-BBoy's bicycle, "Rood FOR MTT. w ltfurnih ,'
SIfucharist Ado od Balboa o. O condition. $12.00.
r drveIAdLvE1St 1 LESSO N S 82-. Cooabash street. At3
[ToA vent r Spensh .th Mrs. RorrWq. m n bu
P refer's __,. __,oo!f i^ Loe"SALE ; 1 9'r ^wi. ".o, ^m'
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S uch as tomorrow ha Im & MotorsO w f rl 0rt eb., '
inated Men and Bovs, 4 -l R A *' 20' Aux sloop grbtaigS r 42Ax&op
C orporate communion I M gine..newly painted and
Si the Epitscopa church. .aF-Ovrhuld, tlls.c FOR
observance wll be carOrl n. In t. Call.Navy 3544 ...s Cope, o.
i Peterhs. Lat7 Boca with VAuxil iary Schoone
est in charge, Roe. ion.P'hone Blboa tw
Mc'tuffe. has an- ..k .p.m.
f that not only male but et'kW t. 16" l )ng, 1 -
SI r l"*'communicants are ?x- A total of 21 .tiobs ar .172. Central r
d to attend in large nur.- presentlyv available In the P 2.0383, Pon -
ce Advebt 8 Un ay ama Canal rtete, :con=,
Stthe beginning f the ec- the list of vacancies can-G
atical year. In the U -. crb1D1e -", .,
addition there will be Issued thg.week by ws Person .
lningr prayer and' chilrrh nel Bureau. '
L at 1 a.m. followed by Of the 31 positions. 23 are iel .. ..g
on 7:30 p.m. the classified and related groI -
anmemorating the feast -ofLand eight are In the craft groil i K wu. *
'Andrew. Father McDuffI The nosition. may be filled by iN TB
celebrate holy communion 7,transfer of eligible employee -and
eigay a- ppllcatiows aboul4d be tr*Ani- H u
i jiber0 of the Woman's'Aux-:mltted to the Employment and '
h9e Invited to attend a 'Utilization Division. FOR o
seeptin' 7:30 p.m. Dec. Vacancleo.. in tW foallaDOpi, at the t .
which rE. B Plields. types of woil'k are .IAted In -
chairman of the Altar clastlfied and. related r .,'FO
speak to.them. accountant adnmidistratlve y it the Queen, 1d 41
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countine clerk. file clerk, l eeman Pratt '
aceauntittn clerk, pronerwy Snday Sch
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SUni e r Orleans sports writers have ladhed at .
s.,. ia ll sorts: Sugar Bwl for picking West Virginia ..
Suvenbuto u Georga Tech. They intimate coach Bobby
.. markin-aa lu- U i t of Georgia Tech was behind it -
[a A wasknown W tihmem.., wsbwb=_ Oe s "Sports iditor Hal Giaudi (of the Iteho)
SLouts r o w n t a a when the Sugar Bowl dealt with Georgia T he
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finished behind Clalid, Chl- --and these are Glaudl's words- "It w Ias
N 6" 11 a20 I WNoo, W m t i, bwusness with a sharpie. in sickc Bobby Di@.-
o S ma ts1U last... Sil tltha'- a sort ot Gladuj wants to know why Auburn, Texas, Bay-
Soptimism that keeps theYankees lor, Rice and Texas Tech were passed by.
a mi knkso oover ther Local U5, N FF on top.
No r* last iman175 171 g Blgest beefs against cofel Sports Editor B11 Keete (of The Time'*P .
at'a blo 17 195 52 foot a one-platoon rul tel s
ed4 IN8 1 yeavr have a mm lWm coaches w cay*u) says the selection of Wet Virginia
mw. ft1u tean or 14 ta "received at first with incredulity.., them
SiL nfmht have with t astonishmentt" Keefe says man. will cmontiat
o. se do t rain lf m ing telm to believe the invitation was pledged to We --
e i nevertheless Indicate theuVirginia two weeks agO before their M -
"Iea 188 I S Wation at the winter rules meet- taineers lost to South Carolina. And he 1079
-S c t 1akStrt 1 ng1 sInp. denials won't stop talk that Dod wanted Waet
-Snue_ r K i --m-- ioeks urank are am the Virgi-'a and turned down Terys Tdth.
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I0.a (eO0 180 tt tlo the Nsw Yobk arimrn... Benr- i.. n n
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-'He BOOmidt 220, 193 1 1 b lmed oel for a an e fr de-
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95o on 1 'a k1- :.,iron noer .
vs. owere g Irames. until he loosened un a- CAAse tte take over an gerwof
law.etd lU i n* football scoring ch ona LeoentiDodger clubu.e n
bhelfe IsoiCin:W11 51Pileelsi -6.' T
205 176S-1lor ? i7 60 541 Stanford's obby arrettap- The 185-pound junior baltback President Spencer aito
W.181 10&8 144 4. oarently has wr1a ho oe from little Lincoln Universityin ort Worth ays a
PA. .A" on 170 100 J62522 "Mr. Touchdown". M for 19... Missourl scored 22 touchdowns will be named soon,
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PANMITNJOM Nov 28 tUP'
The Allies were experned toll,.' "
to sqSe: assurance. from trn TWENTY.NINTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY. NOVEMBER m8, 1. "
Neu ~l Nations Repatriationn at-hii
Colslon. that they would ;
hav 'more than one day to n-
"tervtw the 22 American nnd ,?nIf
ruleS erican S supreme Court Has Ai utoirit '
S.s piled up that Allied
of a were almost ready to
st hear long delayed talkl '
wiJ L. captives wailing In i
th tan camp near Pan- 0 .
BeA their bid to persuade th,- .
22 Gi. one' Brlton and 323 WASHINGTON. Nov. 28 (UP1 Delaware and the District of Co- gatlon-the 14th Amendment "Is whe"t M..Bt f.'. di
Soutahloreans to leave the Cu'.i -The Justice Department to,.; lumbla. forbid states to deny citizens ferDt contion a lrt
mu~ .s the Allies wanted to he, the Supreme Court today the Negro groups argue segrega- "the equal protection of the a Jgal req ) aeltl
sure tlhe would not have to do tribunal has both the duty aimi lion in itself is discriminatory laws,." igldren ut atted:
It i onQe day. authority to outlaw public acho.i I and unlawful even where sep- The court also asked if the Ju- school wht er
segregation. arate facilities are equal. At- diciary properly cOuld assume ed Bo6lly tiip
Thn comnmasion ruled yester- Atty. Gen. Herbert Brownell torneys for the' state bank "principal reaponalbillty" for deprives t ,r
day tl'e Allies could use only !iwC Jr. In a 188-page brief also as- heavily on the time-henored vIndleating rights secured by tIonal.. ri.. Ullty ,n
explainerss They had asked sured the court such a decision "separate but equal detrine" the amendment,. rather than enjoy p IW
for permission to use 15. on the explosive issue would be laid down by the Supreme leaving it-to legIptive or exec- advantWg.b. a t' ayvltuy.-,
The potential paralyzing i'a- no more political or legislative" Court in 1896. utive procedure. The s-b whet
tor was a previous coisslon "I*.- than previous rulings whillh The department's brief tod'iy In answer to that the depart- I ead't .i cn'eold
Ing that, In' the case of Corr,- ended segregation In higher ed- represented the Eisenhower ad- ment said "a decline that rail ect ln l "as toi
munist interviews with anti- ucation. ministration's first official ex- segregation In public elements.- aboutaton of ,
Communist prisoners, only a 1ul. The written argument supplk- presslon cf Its attitude on this rk and high schools is unconsti- two O .4 "
compound of 500 prisoners cot.d minted a brief filed by the de- specific racial issue. President tutlonal would be no more 'pol- The d tht
be produced for the talks on .i'Y psrtment under the Trumlan ad- Elsenhower told his news con- tical or 'legislative' then those any-ordS regatl t
glvenda.v. The Indian ciustodians ministration. It stated flatly ference Nov. 17 that fe had lljen wh!ch have -nded legation wold be under
ruled thev lacked facilities to that segregation s' unconstitu- conferring regularly wlih In higher levels O ublTc edu- vacloU',J. It said
handle smaller lots. tional. Brownell on the issue." cation." these. enforce the
if the ae ruling is applied The supplement. answerin4 One of the questions eaked by The department also rejected deWall best to -
If the ame ruling is applied specific questioned s'pl ad the the court was whether Congress the argument tfat there will be o tet a
to the Allie, all f the prison- high court laist. i l th, or the states intended in 1866- "popular nta n tne o -
ers-since they all are in one *primary and '" when th-. 14th Amendment was states affected the elin---
compound, and number fepri of the 14th Amnaht ito eatified-to outlaw school segre- nation o set "arling
than I00--would have to be secure for Negroe8 from a tradliVW att to
handled in one day. plete .e equality b the mingling oftt'..I rsmLe' .
"T'h t ould mean each Al?:andto-aolisallle
of "!cr wonld have to interv:PW and to'aboU~vale uien C "We balle4 I .t
0 prisoners In an eightiho tons on tae and col and irtelevai nt. e ,'
70 prsoers in an eig-ho The courtt failed to rMeadh4 d- such specula tion" -
ne AlIel;e appeared ready to^ but Tt,,sto pnbut t setul ruen Pane et yeargehA, S, t n.... -naa .' ,
m:.;e some concessions to th -school facilities last term u *11 t .tre .
Communists to sp hededrd .anerearguments Ign- Unilted Fro tr
ments for the Korean peace ninnte Dec. '7o intl r
conference, it has under co _9d tinneveryart
'Arthur H. Dean. U S. envoy II Ic une which cill -. ,Me TAIPER. Nov. 2v in)---SoujTh r d 1 a*'m
tepei'e.anting the United Nu- f .4tutiol .o.- -- Korean Pr ent i he The t R h e i
COL, Wiwder Will Kore smffie queat
tos, told the Red negotiators in ut U O co and Gen rlls o i O
Frldaythe conference could cc n aS outh Carolina 8hek called on free A t today to ni
sunioned "if some additonal orm a "united anti-Communist,,
mette,s can be negotiated satis- fr on t" against internal A -
facto mmsly." te t Communism in the Aslasti-Pa "The-queleo
Eonurces dclre to Dean beller- cific arelt.
ed he hoped the Reds were reuady The joint statement came after
for aome serious horse trading long "forjnal talks" during wl a .
to eliminate disagreements. the two violently antl-CQou tl-
oist lead were repotko.ed "',
have map m iual for
WII c WIFtemote renewal of the Korean liar
Frank Wilder Will '"The' gpvrenments and ps o-
T1 ,, of our two countries ,1sand
firnmly united In our determinA- NXt1).
TolW imen's Group tilon tp mobilize all our moral
S I erial force to de at-the
OgRn Asd Ih" 'o," n Asia" sttate.p
A Communistic threat to ,to countries therfore a u
bcuity on the Isthmus will he olIVa toaRvermpts .
Ic ed by Prank Wilder cf 4Go of the .fee cuuntri g, as
Branchcur liranhia 50 organize a unitpd pinti-
the Canal Zone government at IoItl adt fr nt and earnestly Q ...lt oand Ce
meeting of the New Cristobal that our desire to achieve eh bu--. sol-
helf Monday .at ':30 p m. In the ee mo aid. Pet e'IMWI h e- ""':-
Ipter-American Women's Club e r v ap6 c'of other fre- e-, lo trl iaross the.
ii New Cristobal. *arden-0 SU.l ,w te
W. G. Dolan. chief of Civil e3- l. a"ites of Amer- Otle tn+ by '.! fi .
e o the Canal Zone em ok srl" andiP aa convinced that there": otrIs lnot goingtt "t ay
I ie diresent'at the meoa tiabe n. bea e wu no i2 no co mpromise, a nd ea'hermi.d h L L tM i e S"
Swill discuss nei r d n oo a eo te.nce with the id a or
hiovies to illustrate his lecture., a la unless we are pro Sotl. bn OW at0 1
.he meeting has beenscalled o hd oto. ,l-u r our human 1 y a"'d1 --."-- 19 .b 1! I, A d" : .
by the Nlew ristobal Civil De- and na t-.l inde ;d1-l -W-
,fense Commlttee as neighbor- (NEA-TelephoY -s"Ia l th .s and evd'
tided ,elt protection forum. AN: I ". NKAS Telephoto ti, autit U Os'ill iu,,. i M1 u -" """"
Ijoa areurgedo to altend.e of Princeton. N. J.,'-the Trman In Chicaogo bid'e w'thelonl
ae.rged to attend Justice ofthe U. B. oWO Wa l aE m 7itted by a P'aUnl.D
bl.Appeals In Germany. .s.p that 'Fr Io Ra yta
he received a cable from th' Agom. V.t. .." ...
ROCKVLLLE, Con. (U.P.)-The State Department deifTlUL With Dems ,* s* **.v *
eity council weeded from Rock. him "surplus" and advising t im0ga 100 he An
v'ie's charter 40 ordinances con-' that he would not be s'eato- NIvman811MP an the md ud b
sidered obsolete or unnecessary, Dointed when his term ends. d4esBt Harry 15 Tru
selvding-one prohibiting operation Clark announced that he- he.1Y T heoy tao" of hW- ..ls 1.510sa
AN a wheel barrow at more than stage a "'ltdowin strike" lro r .to an of. of frl ulw sugar.
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