The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Satmosphere WhlSh p.eailed was La b e, an
y different froi l mual Zonan eventO, ase te
and pWtlpant te contest rep6 e aftdh flot
munlte in the Canal Pm and the Iocl
forces but ama the so*W led Ia fth tC .
Baiagement of the Jewish jfeJ rAenter Is to
ltulated for this policy whih on many
by the writer.
er, It can only be hoped that other laniaton on
Sone, inoludml the govelaing helm on Balboa
IWil soon see iught o day sad IM W those ugly
r.of egaton and -rattan a re under
gwmh should nerve (but ot haot serve
te pqeeent conditions) as an example of r great Amer-
lerltage that all men are created equaL a t

wfolS POOXt?
a addition to recent letters on existing clnittons at the
a begin a series of truths, let's begin wit hthe NAVY EX-
01. A recent shipment of ladles- areses, statesde variety,
ly were ever put on sale were ltekd over by whom?
IW NAVAL WNvW'.Q WeD who were friends
kie of the ONNfl CL of the NAVT EX-
remark "'STIR GT 013O RSIACTIOt BE-
W VULfB." ,(Bn(Elited wives).
e, why ye the es packed up I the naval U XCA
aof Tt AVY shipe? Why are the NAV
A o an vaSttng shlp asked to pay more than fellow
toe tatmoned in PANAMA? They are in the same NAVY
dd It finally be poslble that someday the "'TMZSTAP"
as the 0S 000 00TM OLBHOUD wilbe buft to ac-
Iat the amount of "MOCf&ATEIO UN prso In
area of that aBe. The CLUOBOU SEt CO -
la run by the NAVYT EXCHANGE.
ObviouslyAnY t

le In the Matl R by Pete Brennan on the s1oopb
sO. a very good, only he did not gof f.ngough.
Mta s '1 use re wnderlnl tes, have they now beifti_
au- put. pte P. 0. Co., sne tbey.have already een
M eash lO maen their personal per diem ex-
lon expense for themselves and famt an of
1Wd to the alreav burdened Canal o's M
e istal sot oISf ofdOBU OBSTRUCTION asd the
rdenof the W eBdue to af laetfrftwese im
S' OMM IrCAe Io lmflpe aoeoumtng whi
Ms too p e to mentles. tan Is waft the dog,
joy sta here long engh pand keep t ther
they msy sueoed in awuing St6 P. C. Cox's opsatof to
deficit Instead of a profit.
flufering tas Paper.

In~ BUMl
vwold lite to oin umatly Jo a Box, July 30) in his
f nle e u of e -o ablo dump.
N tht w iauatlon wTich wau intolerable to the Army,
W! -M th. bandonment of the old in orator near
,d wl s m obnSoious to the Navy that the damp on
k wsM deserted. 1i deeMed by the Canal Ze to
MMtty sUltable for Its ePoy
Wy ao n, the Diableo Ma.

Cristobal, CS.
I am aan. ll keep on 'till I either am offed a
Sa get okLed out. 1 can't help it though. I bEtleve
M- even to myseuL
ula we to ad a Mt im m about quarantine of peto
]SWf, J"l 2).
Smy lioY dog tn OoaM Wr living on the AtlantW'
wl both mMiWe and atb.r eand
w well d fe adted O b, ttU we were forced to speak
lbe ptawet edition and sour mneU it wag is every
*iUt a see It for awhile.
I t1 a they forne seme to do without their pets fa four
can out the Cristal Quarantine Station be reopea-
S U aflas mason there IS not enough I It to py
.,ft the pe owners agree to help keep their pets'
B e these who mUM their pets like I did mine 'would
|tan (lad to help. ITa World has enough trouble in It
._t/hu one' pet sad bplng It so one only gete to see
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ty O'Keefe, is flashing an ,
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tIrMtla Royee, who maru- to b the .. i Mrs. Mic
Skir conpr4aiors. Rooney, a r3g in Lia Ve
ttle betee A* any day n or a nitbry
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StAnreg up her M .GM aw?.i. sister-h
not so she can jof io na5M.ri b k. fihowl w"
nM f in an "I Love Luca" how ui m 6pp.en i
of TV show. FOr MGM ud,, in a Wintes new Fq
.et prohfibts TV appearances. i,.
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Wichell the TV ven- a forMer stage _ofer: 'On
W t, is being flooded with stage lie danced to the ihu
offers. To date he's nixed and in Hollywood he got I
all ''because they wanted jn it."
just as a ventriloquist. Sure;
fork with Jerry Mahoney in
1 feovIe, but I want to 'play a
hracter in the same film."
ol.pike Jonm Is a new comic
7 k, *so. or kid appeal, one
hd tLke him to Mars,
ti oer out We ...~allywood-
"a are gasping over the lavish
in the Flamingo Notel's
wtng at Las Vegas-more
tpeindent than a Joan Craw-
Shove set.... Sue Carol,
n liadd',tf.fe, is back bdild-
his aIrefe the way she did
the old days when he was a l.
-time tilpet sggent.. Dick
W0 ln9ondmetor Ian hsve w .
Wt a "tfi 1 tlhe ways.
f pl the organ lor Mass
pat u Ihpl at FMrt Ord.
.Lutno d h2 future pro- f 1
of %l e4, t films with W
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ufmband: "'hts * we
try t6 mae 'certain
bof p rea. Thb Id Is
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IbeIk into the theaters. blues! Simply I14
1f make a picture about a Eno at bedtime and al e
of celery, It it turns the help nutral i
SA as a Eno go
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3 1 O without facing a ca-
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eve your Ad with one of AgAsf r or le to N H" Str
te t Wetrl Ave. tas

wis Service SaMb de iss AMftif Cartton Drug StM
Tivoll Ave-Phloe 2- iIA and #54 West 4" SMtt IOt Meltede Af 9 lW* S

Psoo's A tsagrea M mitao l M dotes Pi'spgaoda, SLA.
hof 3July Ave.-Poan.e 2-o4* Ol Laettw l -0- .8b es 2-31 S
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MinceDmane-ma A ut* HW e
LE--Complerte assortment of Service eai Cvign
t parts; harps, three way sock- Gover wf1 po Emnployee
S naols, steel pipe. EUREKA. S. firl ita
A. 33 Central Ave. Just around Gaovviet e tuplyee PlaltE CA.
X" St. Open until 9 p. m. Whe'n you tinWhs your new
b e .h eO R '&s A Mi r9 5r 1 2 0- 4 9 8
bids, for open in pdbmic, FOR SALE:-194 ;Plfmouth, 4 door
receiveduntil 10:30 A. M.. sedan, plastic sot covers, new
8, 1952, for electrical fix- tires. A very clan car. Laow mile-
Smpholders, globes, lamps, re- age. Special prtce today $1,295.-
etc.. located at Ihe Baolooa 00. Better hurry,
.Excess Sale Circular No SMOOT i P-WIDIS
be obtained from OR SALE:5-1948 luck 4 Door Su-
Irtendent of Storehouses, ,., 14 -i 4ogSu-
telephone 2-2777. per. New tirms you hove always
wanted to driw a Buick so here
W ANTED|jNis y6uu chatnc foq oy $995.00
*: 3li~ieuw f o IFOR SALE-*50 Fora B. DeLuxe, 4
___ Hia_ _Dr. Sedan. This cor is a real bar-
iAtED.:-2 or 3 furnished room gan for $1,295.00.
4 martment in residential section SMOOT1r PA ES
J, n McLean. Box 134. Panama. t FOR SALE:-1941 Plymouth Coach.
BfedP :-Used barrels and excel- excellent cqnditLon. Bargoan. Phone
Transprtes Boxter, Tel. 2- Panama 3-3730.
TJ bFOR-SALE-'50 Studebaker Cham-
M atla. *l W Ijg o piaon 4 Dr. Sedan with radio and
W S1WI & I plastic seat covers, 9,800 miles,
1 1,300.00. Call Balboa 3683 or
:TWolet contain6ing $500.00 see at 0588-A Mindi St. Ancon.
r*Shh, and personal papers, either FOR SALE: 1952 Oldsmobile 88
Vosfedades Theatre or Rio Abejo. Super De Luxe, 4 door sedan. Has
u. WSidney Lee Dupuy, 501-D.i radio, heater, turnlights, conven-
Curln'dJ u. C. Z tionol transmissions. Price $2,600.-
~ -.-,n s- -tin- l Heights 00. Will consider trode In. Phone
NTyOn street ,n DIablo Heights Bolboa 2923. House 1560 Apt
"_f Manila envelope wth two A, Gavilan Area, Balboa.
*ihnlsh documents in it. $2.00 .e- -
wOrd for return R. E. Hopklhs. f t
-tp 5654 Diablo Heights or j.
to Box 256 Ancon, C. Z.

T'IN. July 31 dUSTS
Sthe following ap
ItU ts in the Bureau of In
mIloan Affaire:
W, RIohard& ubottaR Jr
b named Director at the
ie 1Nddle Aifericfl Af
Lbi ceqdt'zAlfr t F. lu-
8Who .Amb 0dor te Ar
tuf-t: TVNe al, Il no'l
o the -Offloe o
TAimertoan Affairs.
btom Ia currently head
.8. Delegaton 1hich:
Itirng a revised U.S. Vene-
Wf trade Agreement.
eftr he entered the Foreign
I948, Rubottom has
tia. Second Secretary and
pl, t Bogota, and then In
.Sate Department, where he
in charge of Mexie-
nl 1950. He Is 40 years

llie been acting office:
e of Mexican Affairs
-ln .Service an 1930 and
levee efo revine U S.
In the Department. He

She serve "for e
at ndiou churchest anr

nwntto ide of take lheh-

I 'the1. 8S.t then li
to sev 'for
at vparech urchere an
t aide ao Sle Rth-

e native of N)orth Cao-
Wai n W aradusts i rom
oie ft Piart b oa-

.eW. M M E -flV
tto the detonate on
'at the Church of ihe
Nat C hic N. C.
vlt. Re N3 Osole
D. D. kh ef the dio-

ToM=i mu
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3(a h .a.Gltbl

house 33'2, acres, ocean boun-
dafies, Los Gulos, $6,000. Mr.
SRank. patient Gorgas HospitaL
FOR PSALE:-Lot of land 1.006 We#
ters Ut Los *Cumbres, corner of:Viay
Los Cabos and 7th Stree. Tel. .
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JUSt bo 0U--
A beautiful Chalet,aI t Chevrolet
And 1952 Hilmen can n 1st. 2nd
& a third prize for-hh S Sunday's Lot-
tery Drawing. Buy your ticket News-
papermen's Union fatle. Call Mar-no
2-0740 from I to 4 p. m. and
thereafter 2-2653.
Courses in Blginners Spanish will be
offered starting Sqturday, August
2nd., from 8:30 to 9:30 am., ond
every Saturday thereafter for 16
weeks. Credit for course will be given
those fulfilling admission requisites
Registration now open. Panama July
30th, 1952.

one way $85. round trip $135 115
day-limitl. $160, (good one year;
to LOS ANGELES, o e way, $149.
15, round trip $252.53. 90 day-
limit) Panama DispAtch Service, op-
posite Ancon bus Ito0, Tel. Panama

TuHNY'Il a C
I'd like to keep them myself,
they GOTTA G01 They are 8
old. Toy Fox Terriers,, pedigreed
beautifully marked. Ideal as I
pets and companions IOT
able for very young children. Ca
seen at 72 Chive Chive Rd., a
8 miles from Pnorna on Isth


FOR SALE:-ec rd-chnger,
spaces, automatic, at 8.5
each, for 25 cycle opera
Mueblerio Cast Soarton, 223
trol. Inext to Encanto Thea
1'Tel. 2-1081.

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Gromlck's t Clara bo
cotPcoelt Ic boxam. g6 e
stve, f=-i -d, r, ,. TO lAm
6-441 Gerft ,.

only ceutt M W fl Ct&b With oh
to beech-, et* ., retro-erotId,
barbee aSM ddffte board. Pan-
Box NW. 4 M O O'1 .

FOR RENT: Up to date, modern,
vernWte' ep Vlew, Tfiah breeze ,
scr .nm atiweants. oat and coda
wavet. ni.;6e4d or unfurnished.
Coll J tnweni Potman 3-4941.

ed artment. 48th
NM. A allbO Vista.
FOR WINT:--2 bedroom oportment
on Yiret flo;. diMnlrgonm and par-
lor; bathroMrim; mdluafsrn,' jog ;
all screened; hoe water ineatla-
tlion; rent $110,.00. Calle 43 No.
44 Bela Vista.


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- (Contl ed en fr ft .i) FOR SALE: Set Of tvffed chairs 60
ari sofa in excellent condition. and
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-MY of Itffe ad honor boiMo Fa SALE:-7 cu. t. Wistinghous Oan
- the harm you have ddne to -#rigerator, perfect condition, rnil
ZgWVp'l reputation in thevyM'of ?37-A Owen St., phone 2-1543
f otfr 'outries and your dMB 9tibo.._.. ..
donation of bribery and treach- FOR SALE:-Bedroom set, radio with
ery as revealed during the Pal- ooWnet. Call Genr. 3-4178.
d estine War, I have been asked by
s the army, to ask you to abdicate FOR SALE:- amboo livingroom set. FOR
- in favor Of your wn befol 12 a Wa 'oInquire Uruguay St. MW
o'clock today and leave the co=sa- B la VIsta. No. 5. upstairs. A, f
n try before 6 p.m. FOR SI-E: Thor Semi-automatic se
S"In sUMe this ultimaLtum ia a wediar., 60 cycle, S95.00. Perfect in
n compiled with you wlW be re- operating condition. Phone 84-
e spondble for all the e0Qsequat- 220(. o-Kbbe.
. Meanwhile. on the s l FOR SLE;-Pseudo Rattan Living-
s Meanwhile. on the Ue -of Ca mm Msauie. dresser, buffet.. y '
pri yesterday, exiled .F rak I bl Chlid p
a press conference he'* 'po kv $V? 'Chld' *p $15 --
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d The Ipud g playboy. va, swft s ,, W a < w ol y d ;
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denied rumors he had fled _eift $A 5. t '0oon to ,
With ltorwt e ithe ptH =a~ ;w IB *14t t (r*t|
and Wla hich he 'asIea- No. 3 .
Board 11 yacht that a0iWd bA FOR SA.;-Ahoin 25 cycle g
i nto -nile. eoetric -HClBr, table stoves.'line1
He aloo dented he ha lare cabinet, dhOw- hamrier. Phone 6-
bank aeountmta In ti--i P 296, am.ta .110-A. N-
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liquor, whu i would bI* -e aF ( ,**l A
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4tlned at their home on Wednesday evenie wfth a od l en" -d.SWsW t eft the IsUn-
S* ty and dinner. Their guest lit inhed Dr. adr Mtns. mf m by IO n Wednesday
.rry Ino, Mrs. Otto Darth, Mr.' nd lt W* R. HBaU I- aor-g. Othes present inclua-
Uatt, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert K. Peteu, Mr. 'kU Charle ed Mr. and Kenneth C,.
Mardy and Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Relihan. Qell~W. Mis krbara Brown,
Mr. Pred EX.Whipple and Mr.
tea Wedding Of Interest silk shantung suit worn with eppe and Mr.
Atlantic Readers snakeskin bag and shoes and a
e following excerpt from toast-colorel picture hat and tS1 = io
account of the wedding of gloves. She is an alumnus of t, 9rSp7 5
vid C. Hollowell, the son of San Jos4 High School where h Theo S.S e Club wl
Cooper Hollowell of Por- was a member of California theWomen's Club will
eville. Montana. and the I Scholarship Federation. She is meet h t theL_ Cro Building
e Mrs. Ida Hollowell to Miss the granddaughter of Mr. and M Old OrlIls oni Monday
Imelma June Cronin of San Mrs. Hiram M. Buck. California evmfgl. The tth 01 nsthe meet-
S California, was taken from pioneers. Mg Wil be at 7:30 Instead of 7
e Ban Jose Mercury: The new Mrs. Hollooell is the P. Mn. as was previously an
*A wedding tour to a new home sister of Mr. F. E. Gould of nounced. y of the members
Oklahoma followed the nup- Sonora, Mrs. Luther Yeretalan. that are intreat in joining
Ila which united David Cooper of Delanb; Leland M. Cronin t group ae invited to at-
SloelleU and Miss Thelma June of San J04; and Mrs. Clifford fend.
O1tonin. The couple toured Smith of Henoro. wiar on. a Club
I.Yada. Montana and Wyoming Mr. Hollowell was born and To Hold Du0 b
route to Norman, Okla., reared on the Isthmus. His fa- The regulSr form l dance of
where the groom is stationed, their, Cooper Hollowell came to the WasIung e 0tilllon Club
r ith the U. 8. Navy. the Isthrtus In 1908 and was be held iR Ma ball o m of
The bridge and groom recited employed witch the Mechanical the Hotel WShtheto i on atur-
their marriage "owe before the Division in Gorgona. He ws.1 tday beginno at p.on m. The
flower decked altar of the First working at the Gatun Locks at Royal Sultan? will provide the
Congregational Church with the time of his retirement from m for dmal anp members
-the Reverend Stephen Peabody Panama Camnal Service m No- andthi for dal re members to
officiating. The bride was es- member 1945. David was grad- be present.
olrted and given In marriage luated from Oristobal High be present.
bv her brother, Mr. Leland M. School with the class of 1942 Mrs. Bath Visiting Here
( rolin. nd attended Canal Zone Junior Mrs. Otto Bart of Edinburg
Chantilly late and nylon tulle College before enlisting in the ScOtland, I1 vMttng with Dr.
over slipper satin made with a lNavy. His 'brother William and Mrs. Hary uo of Colbu.
bouffant skirt, high neckline Hollowell resides at Diablo with for f few d Mrs. Barth has
Sold cap sleeves was selected for his family; his sister. Mrs. been vifitI 9 Colombia and
the en train bridal gown. Lace Richard Hirons, resides in Cris- arrived here by plane early thbe
p(rmlets and nylon net veil tobal. Another sister. Mrs. E. week. Sher labd topsail for Scot-
ibcured by a dutch cap trimmed J. Allen, retides in Missoula, land in th near. future.
Il orange blossoms comple- Montana.
Rented the ensemble. Thelma
carried an arm bouquet of white Spent Weekend In
; atock centered with an orchid. Panama Ct W..
Merilyn Levenson served as Mr. and William Bass and Mr.
honor attendant attired in an and Mrs. Chester Soden of Coco AtJ:, id
: Squad Irridescent silk ballerina Solito spent last" weekend visit-
)bngth gown made with match- Ing iti the Gapitol City of the
bg t stole and bandeau. An arm Republic of Panama. They were
bouquet of American Beauty guests at El Panama Hotel on i |im
roses accented her outfit. Saturday and Sunday.
Following the ceremony, the BIG BAY, MichL, Aug. 1 (DP)-
Bewlyweds greeted their guests Bon Vbyage Party Given A 31-year-old Array veteran of
at a reception held in the Monday Evenaju Korea short and kNed a playboy
t- church parlor. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whipple tavernkeeper for raping his wife
For her daughter's weeding, of Oatun were hosts for a sup- early today.
SMrs. Ethel A. Cronin -selected per party which wap given at
s navy blue lace gown accented thie Crittobal'Oun Cldb on Mon- Lt. Coleman A. Peterson cau
S ith blue and white accessories, day -evning. A cocktail party down tavern owner-Mtehael Mikt
pl~ned lon an orchid cor- at 'tr h*1 o.e50e 1 peceded the ChelowQW ,. 45. with five salt
*ln. h lsapper and after lapprr the nf .German luger platol St
d.W the couple left for thdir grap 'eturned-to Gaptun to play tank range., shortly aft
| idtnh tour, Mrs. Hollowell canasta. lq wtfb, Charlotte, 42. ran into
| stattired In a champagne The party hnPOed Iuetefant their trailer amp home and hye.
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i Qualifiers In Doul
HELSINKI, Aug. 1.-(UP)-
- tlympic double, springboard champ
C'ormick of the United States le
S to the final two dives of the higl
tip with a four-dive total 51.25
S.ldcCormick apparently had' toned at
t: j title all wrapped up and since the
,.1 e United States was in a during a
gIsltion for a sweep as two ter wnic
er North Americans, Paula ,era wer
SKyers, moved into second placedown to
IBd Mrs. Juno Irwin. faced with.the figh
tbe failure to qualify, perform-I After
ltg sensationally on the last Larre B
dflort to move way .up to third;banished
place. he reYus
l McCormick, on her fourth and ,and hEd
final qualifying dive, earned his team
JD00 points with a reverse dive The lo
Sdtraitht running which brought serious
b.. Iear* applause from the small guayan i
crowfl of less than 2,000 'peo- minutes
$le. ,rhwat gave her a leading of play, V
qiualying total of 51.25. g'uay fou
ML ers added an 11.20 reverse had to
dive straight running to take men.
v dver* second place with 44.22:i Demar
Points, nine miu
A, Nieole Pellisard of France ond half
drapedd from second to fourth point w
lase because pf those final tina 42.
North American dives, earn-. Buigari
pg only 8.68 on a hand stand in the
.- t through with a tuck for by defeat
483. total. halftime
Fifth was Tatjana Vereina was Bul
i Russia with a final 11.70 for over Frai
', 43.26. Sixth was Phyllis Long They 1
-f Britain with 13.00 for 43.23, squad
Otvetth Diana. Spencer of Bri- hotly foi
tLn 9.20 for 43.16 and eighth in the t
and last of the qualifiers. Ev-'
Sfenija Bogdamovykaja of Russia Unite
ith 7.52 for 40.67. cent FP
The performance of the Unit- 'a
d States woftun divers started 1
Sbut what the United States week by
hoped would be a good 'day-- e rg i
pne In which she could cut cansIs
lown Russia' lead of 58.5 points France.
In the unofficial team point i he p pa
Standings. he wal
Golng Intq in 's events, 1 the
.tusia had comp led 523.5 points changed
fnd hpd ca pred. 23. gold me- mistang
S-lai. The U.'f. had 4 points haye mt
n- Ad 80. golin medals. nament.
l Elyfn KSawmU o of the USA Nungar
S fered a narrow win over Hun- men's sw
m i' Eva Novat in the first relay fin
muftnial livMl b of the women's and Oly
DO m00 eter f ltIest'la with Aen- 4:24.4. H
Si Ana t t It 5:21.1. 4:20, the
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took 1i *fld liace with tin ateal
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Sbreasttroke champion of these htir
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"pion Patricia Mc- otp O of tnblea
Bd eight quabfietrs -m irl V astl nlo 12s
h tower champion- S- aTar des1 r il do l
5 points. --$opo Linda Mreno 120
Every Uruguayan gate 111
e riot earlier this week
game with France af" Std Rae--'t," 9f v--%- Fg,
h two Uruguayan play- Pass: S:N10o.00 Mlemes: 1:I 13to!M
e suspended, rushed eeoand Race Of f sbles
the arena and pulled 1-Golden Tip J. Bana Jr. 114
ters apart. 2-Portal s, Aigrre 112
they cleared the floor, 8--Diana."fig11
orges di Uruguay wpy 4-Miranda V. Orioez 111"
by the officials but 5-Manolete 0J. flips 134 ',olls
sed to leave the court s-White Fleet .Reyes 10x the...
to be dragged otf by Note: Portal will run out of bet- re tht ik 4gr go
inmates. the
)as of Larre Borges was nll
for the depleted Urit- !rd Race 'F-r Wative -7 18
squad and when, a few Purse: 5375.-f 1Pe olcoses: l1:ll amateur
after the resumption ONE TWO
feleon Dmearco of Uru- 1-Tap Lady F. Rose 115
led dut the Uruguayans 2-Tap y J.. Phillips 115 ..... At"

nutes to go in the see- 6--Con Valor I1 V. Ordolezs 115-
and the score at that
as Uruguay 53, Argen- 4th Race1-2-' Ia -7 2Fsand
la won seventh place Pre
Olympic hoop tourney 1-Tupac .huna 11
ting rance 58-44. The 2-Bresn e Bound 0. Graell 115 '.'. "
score was 22-22. It 3-Bten Hecho A. Vasques 112xsc-con
garta's second victory 4-Danescourt M. afael 115
nace in the tournament. 5--Pulgareto es 112 .
beat the same French 6-El Mago V. Ordoftez 115
wednesday 58-57 In a 7-Espartano R. GomeIs 115.we-
ught con est to remain ." "" k .. ,
tournament. 5th Race 1-2' Imported 7 F
Pua rse: 7 .0.." '"Loel .eles: 2. 2: 17-.- ..
SSt8ats Referee Vin 1I-La Chata) 0. CasttIlo 114 .tu 4
arrell made his first -Laconloo) H. RewEa 11 .. ..
s -. rta ter -endigoM Arodoa t 114- 4

or theI South Amer i- -Mosqueton o0. mo IT --- i ....
t a clem it am e to 7--Scoth Chum Agutlrre 115 ..-;" .. ..
One of his eyes w),as e. p ton at ....-
Sally blackesed and *t I MOM &b o atk ...l '
iPurse:1N *J9It tI ( .. ...N1
e first half the lead IusMastti'at les 11A.

ds earlier In the tour- 3-Datab M..8VI
4 --Avenmue Road 0. Castllo 116 304 ..4.
y's team won the wo- 5--Welsh Loch V. Casuielo 114 Pita "
dimming 4x100 meters -eendegum A..Vataqe 117i BrObkly0he (249d i
ala in the new world 7-Petit Pots B. Ptlido 118 oe, :1
mpl c record time of P
olland was sbaond in N
Uitelad mute. tMJb h Race -7-V b d7FJAM",AI. .)'a,-
urth Dernmak 4 vo, no .Oelt 4
o"e5 A d" 1000~" 01 800 1A

b.lorn 1e q 164e Isha -?.. *?

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srNle Tmalt.1ero .C l$ra s 11U NwlGa)
t. b ttbe rd Call Llr gW t, anob atdBo a ,.O
7-P3r.po II B. Auirre It r. -. .-- -"muarter
r'IO : Theres e. .ouqant,. B.Cator. Aguillr r 11 ..r
I uldt. ptE herla V. Ordofltes 1TamnI- aGeate
sa A. Ubidia aV,' ZM 1001aeoam'-na
before the a ball 01 01ms l 00 001 a4nd F.ui.n-............ IIn
e. The catcherMimes a es"6' Isndizel.(.-:andF6n"
Id strike, but tum OWs :-. r.ow P elose s:Tpaa r H.0 o pen..
to first bas, m tdat a br T-Oigh 0
gally makes Me 'bae 1 -. 4 u -w- .'Aguirre ie .Cine mat.Carl znti' aK
Ith bte atj be declared Sr \ J. htip4 t l ot So It.t-0
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WIFASHINGTON, Aug. I ,NEA, 1MiNES pilot ,,6i
-The flying saucers are back. lx "objet
And their return to the head- tme the CAA
Itles has been the result of a .. B
It tLing new development:
or the first time, numerous
and simultaneous visual sight-
ings have bten positively con-
finned by official Civil Aero- -ce ha I
nautics Administration radar odm Out V a"
observations. This has happen- cer re T
ed twice under almost identical atudy
circumstances on two succes- 296y
live Satturday nights.
official saucer debunkers have V .the9w
produced credible theories to flW o
expamin away reports or visual : ,(
sightings as natural pheno-
mena. lley have done the same r OfI
for indiviatal radar sightinmg ha s.
AutL none of this reasoning O" .t Bearl,
sacsiactorily explains away lal* o r, .
visual sighting ausoiutely con- tm of a d
limed by raaer. ae e cee sa r
'rnais remarnable new chapter on on th
in the weira flying sanucer story a. "eatth of ia
was written Ina thie skies over
siangs f or as h MAN Howard Cocklin
fte dawn on Sunday, July 20, ........... .. wa. one o e o -
aid again one week later. The L AAAl r ,0I sMt a pre r m
dlnhlb "d 53 lflest*omnGOf what sents a picture like this to CAAB prosis to make a .thift~ah 40'.
tek place adree ow eIo.irmned were tracked from midnight until aWa n O the Itet' Lvt,.i a. m*it wf tation ofthe eythe go t
-h nce tnen ne Air lMere has northwest sky, the operators In "Set 4beeae .t*i W : I: "t he -
petly a it was closing to the the Lower were able to see it. wa #' 'hw unflfl5h "

Which has been studying ying years, describes t: i o.
aluUer reports. In addition, ai "it wia a po4_-i Bligbt. strae dbi t ,w h 4flt ha h B
IMtormation concerning that low to orange In 4itle. At.lrst planiaen." 'ata
4goupP' personnel, activIties and it looked like a teat big star. Another Captal. Airlines pvc i .ta.
bIdget isa now strictly clasifled. Then t began te move .in a aso reported seeing a. light )" tL '
.Fual details of whit happen- mianwer whibh. wde y. real- his wing, whUch shOwed iWp o gis alhMc
thi e sirt, nignt are being re- Ise it couldn't. be stw. T re. that pos0ion. R the M.41"a t
Wajed for the first time by NEA was no uoenual high. ste. a- scope. Oth r In .
& service. bout -its aeemen a d.ti t jt hM aM night;r reveal D4a,-
T* es are the facts: it sqeTed to- -r-. -W e M peaseA to be rulaeteint .MtI ON
I ag lnzfig gortly after mid- see t .mov ag asend Uke tht o e.the tabJAft with -b tialA .
ic, g tan coninmutng until lor about 15 n-minutes, .It St the radio.t t expa
eight eperl eue Ne CAA disappeared Into the nrthwet The mystery of .the to B fied not to b g
r operators and technt- sky." saucers had its stat on JDit. liT ,' d
n fmetag the air route There are no windows in the 1947, when a Boise, Idfhotbud- proced rea. 60b t IAjt e sia eous V-_-
!Wic convol n.ser m inhangar center Barnes was operate ne eamn, Kenneth Arnld, RJOW, -W a mer alw4as.
at National airport, track- None of the eight me could his Pilvate plahe over td t'Ibhe next wr y the .
e' r lromev to -ten unidenti- leave to go outside to try to led peaks of Washington's Mt. Air ce cltmed 'h-A,~ d Lruw .er"t u 'i' kely that he
le and mysterious objects check their own radar alghtings antier. When he landed,.a lt a-~rby nAPdre ir oe o reflecting air
.loring ail arage gyrations visually, breathlessly reported hstg W1ba d notconfirmn nd- remained corttant
the skies in a 30-mue radius -J n 'i chain of nBin u Inlt the CAA ra Laterw a over Wash-
above Wasftngton. As is normal at that time SU eli bjed Ithaing t ag bwlver.. the Air FoceA r g. ed il
Harry 0. Barnes, who has traffic was very light. But at tagl ae ." i- tanerie nd admitted that e Xn- l s
ben with CAA for nine years, the first opportunity an opera- "S H ten there l adar did pick he ob. with the recent PatS
u.Mtly in radar work, was in tol in Barnes' office oChtated W it gh-aour hours after the firS ai and in-
S trIge of the group. After mak- Capital Airlines pilot 8. port ucer ght-
sig Sure that the objects were C. Pierhian shortly ftbr he took gt -M y raokpotl. a U.S. thts 8am- ir
4lt known aircraft and that the oil aria asked hIII to look for talti a a umber li-tb* o i .& fly 20, then, the strange ased rumors ti
.tdar was operating perfectly, the objects. sanre, and rebbl appeared on three sepwo and from Pli
#p cheeked his findings with For about 14 miniltes, Plwma 11h W* a Pr 6 oriem seW Jor two bOatl. *ageae. at- aqn
radar operators in the con- was in direct, twway oor- it the w i the Air Fore adM su r.And
tower. They instantly con- *muncatlpn wth i th.1 its XBrew rg .. 0 lg
what he aw,.and con- he Was within.' i ma ge, lim tel aetge i tees.
d to .do so. The two radars Pierman was able to see saix ob- h boiks have e eve t e "eE
Completely separate units. te whiokt showed up n the on aect. .b i'den'tled,
tater the radar at nearby An- path indicated by the cter'r .stt S
SAir Porce base also con- radar. Plerman'a t.Q. Co, jt t to tu,-__s
d the lhtngs. ported to Bar ex'f mt A-week Is e o.
en the center radar show- actly with the raar alghtlngs, en an et aW a A ore tF S
one of the unidentified ob- Barnes reports. onthe 'aurt '-iU P
SJiet In a low position in the Plerman is a 17-year veteran m -
of commercial flying and is de- bf
scribed by Capital lines of- lams ba u p eet oibe .a G E e b-
.fielals -as very level-headed and h Ia las at the fitih- udtet
S"taciturn." After be landed inI l m e o
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