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THE AW AMA AMERICAN AW INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
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EUROPE A.VD NORTH AND SOUTH PACiriC COASTS
(A Limited Number of Passenger Berth)
TO BUKOPE: ,.
US. Washington ..................................... August It
fO COLOMBIA. BCUADOB. IU CHILE: .1 1
S.S. Vire ........................................... September I.
TO CENTRAL AMERICA WEST COAST U.S.A.: ,._.. .'
M.S. Chill.......................................... September 1
PASSKNliKR SERVICE from NEW *ORK lo PLYMOUTH A LE HAVRE:
Libert* .............................................- Augutt 28
PASSENGER KERVICE from CARTAGENA to EUROPE:
De Grasee .......................................... September 7
Cnstonal ERENCH LINE, P.O Ho* Ml lei -MIS A III
Panam: UNDO 1 MADURO. S A Soi IM*
Tel Panama mm S-leJi
Shipping & AirLine News
Spanish Ambassador Due
in Panama Sept. 5
Felix de Lequerica. Spanish
ambassador to the United States,
Is flying by Pan American World
Airways from New York to Brazil
In late August on the first leg of
a swing through Brazil, Argenti-
na. Chile. Peru and Panama.
Accompanied by his wife, the
diplomat is planning to Clipper
from New York to Rio de Janeiro
August 21 for a five-day visit be-
fore taking a PAA flight to Bue-
nos Aires August 26.
Ambassador and Mrs. Lequeri-
ca are scheduled to travel to
Santiago, Chile, September 1 to
Lima, Peru. September b and to
Panama September 5.
From Panama, they aro taking
ft PAA flight to Miami September
18.
S.S. Jamaica Due Here
Saturday With 82 Passengers
The S.S. Jamaica is scheduled
to arrive in Cristobal early Sat-
urday morning with 82 cruise
passeneers aboard. The passen-
gers will be given shore leave to
visit Balboa and return to the
ShiD the following day.
Two of the passengers, Mrs.
Evelvn Sternau and her daugh-
ter Nancy, will debark at Cristo-
bal.
The ship will sail from Cristo-
bal to Cartagena and to New
York after a 14-day oruise of the
Caribbean.
The United Fruit Company ship
sailed from New York this week.
t'nited Kingdom Now Building
Nearlv Half World's Tankers
LONDON, Aue. 13 The order
book of the British shipbuilding
industry stands todav at about
seven million gross tons, worth
$1.896 million. About one-third is
for export.
With 343 ships totalling two
million tons currently under
construction, the United King-
dom is thus maintaining her
leading position in world ship-
building.
America is seeond; Japan
third.
Nevertheless the British figures
show a decline on last year, be-
cause of reduced steel allocations
due to th? demands of the arma-
ment program.
Ships at present being built In-
clude 100 tankers of 1,130,000
tons, or 44 per cent of all tankers
now under construction in the
world.
Today the most important sec-
tion of the British mercantile
marine in size, carrying power
and potential strategic power
value is the liner fleet of eight
million tons. All war losses have
been replaced and the fleet is
now larger and faster than be-
fore the war.
Through the tramp fleet has
declined from 4,500,000 tons to
2,750.000, the British are proba-
bly still the largost tramp own-
ers in the world, with a hard
core of efficient and tenacious
tramp managements.
There has" not been a strike In
the British shipping industry for
30 years. The seaman today has
:. wage nearly three times the
prewar figure. The industry is,
moreover, the only one in Britain
that offers a collective contract
to its workers.
Officers and ratings alike are
offered a two-year contract of
service, renewable every two
years for a similar period. The
contract may be with an individ-
ual shipping company, or with
the Industry itself through the
Shipping Federation.
The contract guarantees, for
two years at a time, either to
find a man a ship or to pay sub-
sistence white he is waiting for
one.
Today the British mercantile
marine can be said to be in good
shape as one of the country's
largest export industries earning
foreign currency in a highly
competitive international field.
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Arrives
NEW ORLEAN8 SERVICE ________________Cristobal
S.S. Fiador Knot..............................Aug. 15
S.S. Qulrigua..................................Aug 1?
S.S. Chiriqtii ..................................Aug. 14
S.S. Mataurm ..................................Aug. 28
Hand Mm Renitentes Chilled ana General Cart*
Arrives
NEW YORK SERVICE________________._______Cristobal
S.S. Jamaica..................................Aug. 18
S.S. Cape Avinnf ............ ................Aug. II
S.S- Comayagua .........................Aug. 19
S.S. Cape Cod ......................'..........Aug. 23
S.S. Tammanca ...............................Aug SI
Frequent frelsht sailings from Cristobal I
Weal Coast Central American par*
Passenger Sailings to Sails from
New Orleans via Tela, Hondura,_______________Cristobal
~S.TcWrttBfT.................................Amg. 12 "
S.S. Qnirigua ..............................,. .Aug. II
S.S. Chiriqui ..................................Aug. M
Weekly Saltings on Twelve Passenger Snipe to New York, Mobile,
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safe on on twelve passenger ships aalllnc weekly from Balboa to Lea
Anieles or San Prendare, returning from I-os Angeles, tickets limited
to fern month, effective September ISth to May Uth.
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Accepting Passengers for NEW YORK
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SAILING AUGUST 15th
Arriving New York, August 20th
Every room with connecting bathroom.
Fare..................$120.00
Apply: C. B. FENTON & COMPANY, INC.
Tel.: Cristobal 1781 Balboa 1065.
ALLEY OOP
Slow on the Upbeat
BY T. T. HAULM
PC Safety Branch Chief
Sailing on 'Panama'
Gayl O. Kcilar, Chief of the
Safety Branch, Is among the pas-
sengers sailing Friday for New
York on the 88 Panama of the
Panama Line. He will be accom-
panied by Mrs. Kellar.
From New York they will fly to
Europe for a vacation which will
Include stops in Scotland. Nor-
way, Sweden, Denmark, France,
Holland, Switzerland and Eng-
land. They expect to return to
the Canal Zone about November
1.
A total of 134 passengers are
sailing on the SS Panama. The
complete advance passenger list
follows:
Clifford F. Allen; William F.
Alemn; Edward Armiger; Betty
Avrich: Laurent Baptiste; Mrs.
Mary E. Becker; Eulle M. Ben-
nett; Mrs. Helen Bland and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. James
A. Braid; Miss M. W. Brauss;
Mrs. Eleanor Buehler and two
daughters.
Jamse F. Campbell; Marie Cos-
te! lo; Nancy Cox; Richard Wayne
Coy; Raymond A. Davidson; Abi-
gail Pacheco de Diez; Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh M. Del valle; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward E. Eder; Mr. Ken-
neth M. Edwards and daughter;
Carrie R. Ely.
Murray Falk; Abraham Felix-
son; Mr. and Mrs. Max W. Fin-
ley; Paul Friedman; Carol Gal-
lup; Eugenia Diez de Garrido;
Mr. and Mrs. Philip H. GUlaspy
and five children; Fanny Gold-
thorpe; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph R.
Grassau and son; Mr. .and Mrs.
Roger H. Geene; William J.
Gosskoff.
John W. Hall; Amelia Helde:
Catherine M. Heider; Mr. and
Mr/. Leon V. Heim; Edith M.
Henshall; Ingre Hoopmann; Mr.
ianc'. Mrs. Granvllle Hose; Mrs.
Anna T. Imswller and mother;
Bertha E. Imswiler; Lorraine
Janson; Alpha Johnson.
Jack Kaplan; Mr. and Mrs.
Gayl O. Kellar; Earl Klelnfelder;
Ernesto Kohn; Walter H. Kuhrt,
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MR AND MRS. VIOLETTE ENTERTAIN
WtrH BUFFET AT PEDRO MIGUEL CLUB
Mr and Mrs. Prank Vloletle, of Panam City, were
were hosts at a buffet supper Monday evening at the Pedro
Miguel Boat Club, In honor of the participants In the
recent Martin Tournament.
Their guests from Miami, the Canal Zone and Panama,
timbered about one hundred.
Mr L F. Hallett. of Balboa, was toastmaster. Dr. H. W.
Mitten of Balbos. gave a talk about the first marlln caught
In Panama waters In the "old days." Special movies were
shown.
de de la Guardia who
soon for New Orleans.
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Textile Exhibit
To Reopen Tuesday
The exhibit of textlls de-
alened by Mrs. Orlean Stone. Tea At Union Club
of New York, which has been
on display at the Hotel El Pa-
nama, will be closed from Fri-
day through Monday. The well-
known designer Is making a
trip to the San Bias Islands.
as part of her stay on the
Isthmus.
The showing of the textiles
will be resumed from August
nineteenth to twenty-second,
from nine to one dally, In
Suit 911.
Mrs. Stone will leave for Ja-
maica next week.
leaves
L. D. Boney and Mrs. J. E.
Davis; third, Mr. and Mrs. W.
L. Norria and fourth, Miss
Frances Thornton and Mrs. P.
Shlrey.
Couples Club
Meets Thursday
The Couples Club of Pedro
Miguel will meet Thursday
evening at seven-thirty in the
parlors of the Pedro Miguel
Union Church. There will be
entertainment and refresh-
ments. All couples of the com-
munity have been Invited tto
attend.
Musical Score Of Quo Vadis'
Sets New Trend For Films
The musical score of M-G-M's! Failure of the Romans to leave
giant Technicolor production of,a record of their music did not
Scoktail Party
or Houseguesli
Commander and Mrs. R. D.
McGlatatry entertained with a
cocktail party for a group of
friends Saturday evening Rt
their residence In the 15th
Naval District In honor of Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Knight, of
Colon, who were thslr house-
guests for the weekend.
Buffet For Visitor
Dr. and Mrs. Gilberto Arlas
. of Golf Gelghts, entertained
with a buffet Sunday evening
at their residence In honor of
Mrs. Orlean Stone who Is a
visitor on the Isthmus.
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Farewell Tea
Mrs. Marguerite de Blau en-
tertained yesterday with a tea
and card party at her residence
as farewell to Mrs. Elia A.
RUTH MILLETT Says
Mamie Elsenhower, who has
been following her husband a-
round the world for 37 years,
is reported to have recently re-
marked that she would like to Esther Circle
The Misses Ida Chapman,
Rita Brln, and Teresita Gar-
cia de Paredes were hostesses
for a tea Monday afternoon
at the Union Club honoring
Miss Edna Icata, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Icaza,
who will marry Mr. Alfredo
Orlllac, Jr., Friday evening at
Cristo Rey Church.
Rainbow Girls Overnight
On Gatun Lake Island
Guests from Balboa Assembly
No. 1, Order of Rainbow For
Girls, took a weekend cruise
aboard the Penelope The Sec-
ond, owned arid operated by
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Webster,
of Curundu Heights.
After proceeding up Gatun
Lake to the Sea Scout Island
where t'ney spent the night,
the girls enjoyed a wet/icr
roast on Saturday evening. On
Sunday they had a barbecue
chicken dinner, and in-between
many snacks.
Those making the trip In-
cluded the Misses Joan Bar-
ron, Margaret Zent, Kay fran-
gonl, Judy Hoopcs. Edna Harts,
Maragert May Tewlnkel, Carrol
Adams, Eleanor Van Zandt,
Norma Jenks, Sarah Colllnge,
Kay Tucker. Jacqle McCoy
and Elkl Altman.
Also. Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Webster and son, Wayne, Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Yarbrough
and Mrs. Harriet Tewlnkel.
Houseguest in Balboa
Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius H.
Haman. of La Boca Road, have
as their house guest for two
weeks, Mrs. Allan W. Damp-
man. Unitarian Minister who
Is spending two months on the
Isthmus.
Sunday Get-to-gether
At Curundu House
Sunday afternoon from
twelve to five, members of
Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma
phi, will meet to ready the
Chapter House in Curundu for
t'ne September meeting. A pic-
nic lunch will be served dur-
ing the afternoon and a play
area will be available for chil-
dren, it la announced.
SHIPPING...
(continued From Pate 4)
Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Oeo, F. Lake
and two children; Harriet R. La-
Rose; Mary Leonard; Mr. and
Mrs. Wm. Levy and son; Helen
London; Marguerite McCleno-
ghan.
Margaret Malln; Mary Lou
Malln; Ruth Markawltz; Judith
J. M. Mndez; Mrs. Earl R.
Moore; William L. Moyer; Jo-
sephine R. Nennelley; Mr. and
Mrs. Roger A. Or vis; Mr. and
Mrs. Mario Ossa; Mario Ossa Jr.,
Herhlnia C. Ossa; Mr. and Mrs.
Gilbert B. Owen; James ,T. Oya-
ma.
Donald C Parker; Dorothy V.
Payne; Martina E. de Pouher;
Mr. and Mts. Philip Preis;
Stuart R. Plumer; Fred L.
Raybourne, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Ridge and two daugh-
ters; Mr. and Mrs. Jos. N. Rlnk-
er and two children; Alberta Roo-
mer; pearl Rosenthal; Alberta M.
Roth. .
Mr. and Mrs. Julius E. _
Schrlftgiesser; Carrie M. Sharp-i martyred are most likely a close
ensteln; Cloe Slnnott; Carol approximation of the real thing.
To evolve the songs of 2,000
"Quo Vadla," opening Friday at
the Balboa and Bella Vista Thea-
ters with Robert Taylor and De-
borah Kerr heading a east of
thousands, Is expected to set a
whole new pattern for the scor-
ing of historical films.
The score is the work of two-
time Academy Award winner, Dr.
Mlklos Rozsa. who preceded his
work on the picture with months
of exacting; research. As a conse-
quence, the tunes used In the
production an? believed to be as
nearly authentic as possible.
While there is no record of ex-
actly what kind of music the an-
prevent modern man from dis-
covering the type of musical ins-
truments they used.
The pottery, statues and paint-
ings passed down from this an-
cient period contain reproduc-
tions of men and women using
thfl auloa (a double flute); the
salplnx fa long trumpeti; the
bucclna (forerunner of the mod-
ern horn); the lltuus fa long
brass pipe) and other rare ins-
truments.
These even include the bag-
filpe, which historians agre." ac-
ually was Introduced Into Scot-
land by ancient Roman soldiers.
clent Romans enjoyed, the songiFor use In "Quo Vadls," copies of
that Nero sings during the burn-[all of these instruments, includ-
ing of Rome and the hymn the ing the bagpipe, were made In
Christians chant as they are
Sparks; Kenneth Sturn; Louise
Sturn; Ruth Sturn; May E.
Thompson; Miss T. H. Tlegs.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Vander-
Italy.
Rozsa declares that the only
thing In the music lirw on which
he has done any real Improvising
though he offers assurance that tkm, he composed the music fop
they have not gone so far as to gueh notable films as "Lost
use four-point harmony while weekend," "The Killers" and N
being devoured by the lions. iced City."
Dr. Rozsa, who holds a profes-
sorship in film music at UCLA..
and who is recognised as one of]
the brightest musical talents on
CITY-COUNTY COSTS CUT
CHICAGO (UP)The Amer
can Municipal Association rex
laienis on, rM tnat oiflce buildings aif
the Hollywod scene, has been.&ng shared by clt and ounJ
composing for films since 1MB. governments in at feast 35 com*
A native of Hungary, he has|mumtiea in 31 states. The asso,
made his home In Hollywood elation said most goverosjL^H
since 1941. His score for "Spell-
bound" and "A Double Life" won
Academy Awards and, In addl-
belleved their city-county build-
ings reduced costs and were mor
convenient for citizens.

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"unpack my furniture some place
and stay forever."
That remark will probably be
well understood by thousands
and thousands of American
Meets Monday
Tne Esther Circle of the
Balboa Union Church will meet
Monday evening at, seven-thirty
at the home of Mrs. M. M.
women. So many women have schoch at House 782-C. Taver-
-
nllla Street. Mrs. A. H. Shaw
will lead the devotions and
Mrs. J. Pennlngton will be co-
hostess.
fiilt the same longing during the
past decade.
And yet. like Mamie Elsenhow-
er, they've been good sports -
bout packing up and going along
with their husbands isom Army
post to Army post, or to what-
ever industrial city offered the
best opportunity to their nv?n.
That's something in the mo-
dern woman's favor that often
gets overlooked.
Women, as a rule, hate to be
uprooted. They like permanent! _ ,
homes and with reason, for most Unitarian SOCIGtV
of the hardships of moving a- w'"gin round from place to place ac-
tually fall on the woman.
But a whole 'generation of
women have learned to be good
sports about putting their
dreams of permanence aside *o
Bridge At Tivoll Hotel
At the weekly duplicate
bridge tournament at the Hotel
Tivoll last evening, the win-
ners were:
First, Mrs. M. MacMurray
and Mr. T. Orr; second, Mrs.
Sponsors Talks
In JWB Library
A series of discussions led
day evenings In the library of
the J. W. B.
home in one place, she can make Tnev " sponsored by the
It in another So, in a way, they Laymen's League of The Unl-
have to go,
They've learned that If a wom-
an has the ability to make a


have achieved the ability to car-
ry their homes about with them
In a pile of packing boxes.
But it isn't really natural to
them. And so while they go un-
complainingly with their hus-
bands, and set up homes In
strange places, they still carry
deep down Inside them the fem-
inity; desire to stay put.
Like Mamie Elsenhower, they ment.
look forward to the day when
they can unpack their furniture
some place and stay forever.
But. also, like Mrs. Ike, they
are good sports about realizing
that tlvjv are living In an age
when "settling down" often has
to be postponed year after year.
tarlan Society of Balboa. The
specific topics grow out of the
Interests of the group and In
general deal with questions re-
lating to ethics and religion.
The second of these discus-
sions takes place tonight, at
7:30 p. m. Tne subject is "How
the Concept of Forgiveness
arose out of the old Testa-
Excessive Drinking
Charges Brought
Against Skipper
CHARLESTON, S.C., Aug. 13
(UP) Atlantic Fleet Mine
Force headquarters here said to-
day the skipper of the repair shfp
Pandemus has been charged
with "intemperate use of intox-
icating beverages" aboard his
ship.
Lt. Comdr. J. H. Thomas. U8N,
was removed from his command
pending outcome of an official
investigation into alleged heavy
drinking aboard the vessel by
Thomas and others.
The Pandemus lift here Friday
and Is now at the Naval Mine De-
pot in Yorktown. Va.. and the In-
vestigation is going on aboard
the ship.
The Navy mde public the in-
vestieation and the removal of
Thomas Mondv.
Since then, little official word!
on the happenings has teen
forthcoming.
WherabouU of Thomas since
his removal from command was
also a mysterv.
The Mine Force spokesman
said he did not know If the de-
nosed commander was aboard
the ship.
The findings of the Investiga-
tion board could, or could not,
lead to a court martial.
Son Of Seelev's
Gets Upper Class
Scholarship
An upper class recognition
scholarship has been awarded to
Ronald L. Seeley by the faculty
of the University of Denver,
(Colo.), according to word just
received by his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. M. M. Seeley, of Gamboa.
The award was made on the
basis of high scholastic achieve-'
ment by Seeley and grants scho-1
lastlc aid for the school year
1952-53.
Seeley, who Is a senior, was the
recipient of a similar award last
year at the University of Denver.
Both Seeley and his wife, the
former Jolle Ann Kllbey, gradua-
ted from the Canal Zone Junior
College, Class of 1050. He was
class valedictorian.
Clute; Norman Vandi>rClute;|r(.cor(jg or ore of their songs.
Delaplaine A. Waddell, III; Mrs lBoth Rozsa and Gray agree that
years ago. Rozsa and Hugh Gray, is In the matter of harmonlza-
who wrote the lyrics, went bark'tlon. He points out that mu.-v of
to the Greeks, who left written 3.000 years ego was entirely ho-
monophous (lacking in harmo-
Beth" Waddell; Walter B. Wol-
berg; CM. Wooley.
PAY8 TAXES FAST
SWAMP8COTT. Mass. (UP)
Clement T. Kennedy, hotel own-
er, who always pays the taxes
on his New Ocean House within
24 hours of the time they are
assessed, beat his own record
this year. Fifteen minutes after
the bill was presented, Kennedy
handed the tax collector. Mal-
colm MacLean, a check for
slightly more than $25,000.
these undoubtedly Influenced Ro-
man music. They point out that
mostly the music was liturgical,
with numerous hymns written In
praise of Mars, Jupiter and other
pagan gods.
ny) and everything had to be
played or sung in unison. Actu-
ally, harmony was not evolved
until 700 years later.
Tho Christians In "Quo Vadis."
according to the composer, do
sing their hymns in harmony, al-
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Architectural Record ..................M 4.50 4.50
Argosy ................................M 4.00 3.00
Art Digest 20 nos..................... 4.00 4.00
Atlantic Monthly New .................M 8.00 6 00
(Renewal).........................m 5.50 5.50
Baseball Magazine.................... .M 2.50 2.50
Best Seller Mystery.....................m 4.00 4.00
Better Homes and Gardens ............M 4.00 3.00
Blue Book .............................M 2.50 2.50
Boys Life.............................M 3.00 3.00
Building (Professions) .................M 9.00 5.50
(Non professions .............M 17.50 11.00
Camera ...............................m 5.00 5.00
Catholic Action ........................m 3.25 3.00
Catholic Digest ........................M 3.00 3.00
Charm ................................M 7.50 2.50
Child Life 10 nos..................... 3.50 3.00
Children's Digest 10 nos.............. 3.00 3.00
Children's Playmate ...................M 2.00 2.00
Christian Life .........................M .00 3.00
Classics Illustrated ....................M 1.80 1.80
Colliers ...............................W 8.00 5.00
Commentary ..........................M 5.00 5.00
Consumer Reports .....................M 5.00 5.00
Consumers Research Bulletin ..........M 3.50 3.00
(with annual ....................... 5.50 5.00
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Ladles Home Journal .................. M 3.00
Life ................................AW 3.00
Renewals ................................ 4.00
Living for voung Homemakers.........M 10.00
Look.................................BW 4.50
Mademoiselle ..........................M 10.00
Magazine Digest.......................M 3.00
Magazine of Wall Street..............BW 18.00
Margie's Little Lulu ...................M 1.00
McCall's Magazine .....................M 2.50
McCall's Pattern Book 5 nos.......... 1.75
Mecnica Popular .....................M 3.50
Mechanlx Illustrated...............,..M 2.40
Messenger of the Sacred Heart........M 2.00
Modern Romances .....................M 1.80
Modern Screen ........................M 1.80"
Motlon Picture ........................M 1.80
Motor Boating .........................M 4.00
Motor 8ervlce .........................M 4.00
Movie Life ............................M 3.00
Nation ................................W 7.00
National Geographic ..................M 8.00
New Republic .........................W 8.50
New York Times regular
Sunday Edition..........'..........W 14.50
New Yorker ...........................W 7.5
Newsweek air edition ...............W 12.50
Omnibook.............................M 4.00
Outdoor Life..........................M 3.00
Pageant ...............................M 4.00
Pathfinder...........................BM 2.50
Personal Romances ...................M 1.80
Photoplay .............................M 400
Popular Homecraft ...................BM 2.00
Canal
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15.00
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1.20
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4.00
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If the magazine you want is not listed here we can so ppiy it as we handle subscriptions for all publications
in English. Trade, technical, professional.
Coronet...............................M 3.00 3.00
Cosmopolitan ................... ......M 4.50 3.50
CQ ...................................M 3.00 3.00
Current History .......................M 5.00 5.00
Dell Crossword Puzzles...............BM 1.20 1.20
Ebony .................................M 4.00 3.00
Ellery Queen Mystery..................M 4.00 4.00
Esquire................................M 8.00 8.00
Etude .................................M 3.50 3.50
Everybody's Digest ."...................M 3.50 3.00
Fantasy Ac Science Fiction............BM 2.00 2.00
Field and Stream......................M 3.00 3.00
Financial World .......................W 20.00 20.00
Fisherman ............................m 3.00 3.00
Flvln* .................................M 3.00 3.00
Fortune ...............................M 13.50 10.00
Front Page Detective ..................M 1.80 1.80
Garden ................................M 1.50 1.50
Glamour ..............................M 2.50 2.50
Golf World ............................M 5.00 5.00
Good Housekeeping ...................M 4.50 3.50
Harper's-Bazaar .......................M 8.00 5.00
Harper's Magazine.....................M 5.00 5.00
High Fidelity ..........................Q 4.00 3.00
Hobbles .............................. M 3.50 3.50
Holiday ...............................M 5.00 5.00
Home Garden .........................M 4.00 3.00
Home Movies ..........................M 4.00 3.00
Horoscope .............................M 2.50 2.50
House and Garden ........'............M 5.00 5.00
House Beautiful .......................M 8.00 5.00
Inside Detective .......................M 1.80 1.80
Jack and Jill..........................M 3.00 2.50
Journal of Accountancy ...............M 8.00 8.00
Popular Mechanics ....................M 3.50 3.50
Popular Science ..................i\...M 3.00 3.00
Q8T .................................M 4.90 4.00
Quick .................................W 5.00 4.00
Radio and TV News ...................M 4.00 4.00
Readers Digest ........................M 3.75 3.00
Redbook ...............................M 3.00 3.00
Roy Rogers ...........................M 1.00 1.00
Saga...................................M 5.00 3.00
Saturday Evening Post................W 6.00 8.00
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Science Digest ........................M 3.00 3.00
Scientific American ...................M 8.00 5.00
Screen Stories .......s................M 1.80 1.80
Screenland ............................M 1.80 1.80
Selecciones del Readers Digest ........M 3.00 3.00
Seventeen .............................M 3.80 3.80
Silver Screen ..........................M 180 1.80
Skyways ...............................M 3.00 3.00
Sporting News ........................W 10.00 10.00
Sport Afield ...........................M 3.00 3.00
Successful Farming ....................M 1.50 1.50
Time Air Edition new ..............W 15.00 12.50
renew ............................... 12.50 10.00
Today's Woman .......................M 350 3.00
True ..................................M 4.00 3.00
True Confessions ......................M 1.80 1.20
True Detective ............,...........M 5.00 3.00
U. S. Camera ..........................M 3.50 3.50
U. 8. News World Report............W 5.00 5.00
Vision ...............................BW 5.00 5.00
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AGENCIAS STEER, S. A.
Apartado 731, Panam, R. de P.
P. 0. Box 5035, Ancn, Casal Zone
Calle Jernimo de la Ossa, No. 11 (Near Jardn El Riacho)
Telephone
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00104
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M.S Chill. ........ ... ... .. . September. I
PASSENOSR SERVICE tram NEW VORK to PLYMOUTH & LE RAVaEl
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punish Ambassador Due
' In Panama Sept. 5
Felix de Lequerica. Spanishl
ambeasador to the United Stat.s,
Is flying by Pan American World
Airways from New York to Brazil
r. in late August on the first leg of
a swing through Brazil, Argenti-
na. Chile. Peru and Panama.
Accompanied by his wife, the
., diplomat is planning to Clipper
' 'from New York to Rio de Janeiro
r August 21 for a five-day visit be-
R fore taking a PAA flight to Bue-
S nos Aires August 28.
,: Ambassador and Mrs. Lequeri-
ca are scheduled to travel to
Santiago. Chile September 1 to
Lina. Peru. September 5 and to
Panama September 5.
S From Panama. they ar.' taking
S PiAA flight to Miami-September
18.
.S. Jamaicale Due Here
Saturday With 82 Paneners
The S.S. Jamaica is scheduled
to arrive In Crtatobal early Sat-
urday morning with 82 cruise
passengers aboard. The passen-
gMrs will be given shore leave to
visit Balboa and return to the
i' shi the following day.
Two of the passengers, Mrs.
Evelyn Sternau and her daugnh-
ter Nancy, will debark at Cristo-
bal.
The sh% will sail from Crtisto-
bal to Cartagena and to New
t York aftel a 14-day orulse of the
Caribbean.
The Unlt.'d Fruit Company ship
sailed from New York this week.
,. United Kingdom Now Building
Nearly Hal World's Tankrs
LONDON, Aug. 13 The order
book of the British shipbuilding
industry stands today at about
seven million gross tons. worth
S $1,896 million. About one-third is
for export.
S Wh 343 shIpabs totalling two
SY dMilon tons currently under
construction, the United King-
Sm Is thus maintaining I-er
leading position in world ship-
Sbunldtg.


OMilS WELKIN. riant


Ameief'a Is second; Japan
third.
Nevertheless the British figures
, show a deli&M on last year, be-
cause flfl rded steel allocations
due to'.4 -demands of the arma-
ment pai.
Shipt present being built hi-
clude 100 tankers of 1,130,000
tons,.or 44 pr cent of all tankers
now under construction in the
world.
Today the most important sec-
tion of the British mercantile
marine In size, carrying power
and potential strategic power
value Is the liner fleet of eight
million tons. All war losses have
been replaced and the fleet is
now larger and faster than be-
fore the war.
Through the tramp fleet has
declined hmro.m 440 tons to
2,750,000, the Britfih are proba-
bly still the largest. tramp own-
ers in the world, with a hard
core of efficient and tenacious
tramp managements.
There hatnot beea a strike in
the British shipping industry for
30 years. The seaman today has
i. wage nearly three times the
prewar figure. The industry is,
moreover, the only one in Britain
that offers a collective contract
to its workers.
Officers and ratings alike are
offered a two-year contract of
service, renewable every two
years for a aim. period. The
contract may I e wft an inIVld-
ual shipping coafpany. or with
the Industry Itself through the
ShiDping Federation.
The contract guarantees, for
two years at a time, either to
find a man a ship or to pay sub-
sistence while? he is waiting for
one.
Today the British mercantile
marine can be said to be in good
shape as one of the country's
largest export industries earning
foreign currency in a highly
competiivr., international field.
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Saun on Pnnamas'
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sengers sailing Friday for New
York on the 88 Panama of the
Panama Ltne. He will be accom-
panied by Mrs. Kellar.
From New TYk they w flyto
Europe for a vacation which will
inclAe stps ft Scotland. Nor.%
way. Sweden, Denmark, Prance,
Holland, Switierland and 3*-
land. They expect to return to
the Canal Zone about November


1.
A total of 134 passengers are
Bailing 0 the 8a Panama. TMe
complete advance passenger list
follows:
Clifford P. AHmn; William P.
Aleman; Edward Armlger; Betty
Avrich; Laurent Baptiste: Mrs.
Mary E. Becker; Eulle M. Beta-
nett; Mrs. Helen Blahd mad
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. JhnAs
A. Braid; Miss M. W. BraW ;
Mrs. Eleanor Buehler and two.
daughters.
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tello; Nancy Cox; Richard Waywme


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Mrs. Edward E. ider;
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tMeta. 3. Imawiler; orraine
JamUon; Alpha Johnma.
IJek Kaplan; Mr. a Mrs.
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"ebosve a drinking problems UIrhiigas6-in. Gr9*f. Sg Clem__b__h--
S AS icl r AonmDo42us. Sol BeI f rcoattag, I. tecyfc hce boxes, g as .I
te Alcoli A u. servicee Personnel and ivilian FOR SALE:-RfrI G. E. 7 cu. stova C ino ft No rot s. Telepheei
1 Anc_ _. Goverrment Employes ft. Can be seen at quarters 350 6-441 Gon dsle t .
have decided to run one or two Insist on C. Pedro Miguel or call 94-497. PHILLI4 UO Coag. Ifl "" e
re tours hough the IGovernment Emp!oyes Finarw. Co. FOR SALE--Mm m irro PHILLIPS O am i e Clotowa T l Path M
mOME Canal to San Bias Island: When you finance your new others silver items. Plaza Loteria. OceatlWe w m O cottages. s teps
and aope rtdl AG OI u se LIN EE No. 5, downstairs. Phone 2-3523. t b m 13 c refrigeratid'
twin Screw Diesel Cruiser "Pescadora" No. 4& ~ A FeetdH ew TO SELL:-Solid mridaogany carved baetae ~Ipd Afle board. Pen.
ur sponsored Y Hotel ELrPANAMAo P 4 4985 library table Spanish antique. ams. 1 7 i. Megai ta 3-1673,
Balboa. $50.00 From Colon: Cowesmade.__2-9067._819__Box__1__lilbo_ 1 bBrushes- Noa
o0.00. Only Through Canal $10.00. FOR SALE: --Mlifry Jeep, excellent X B. Craton S~. Casino Same Claro. DAnce music by ,, sn hI **bi
.is the time to load up on co- condition. May be seen at Quarters. Cosine w Clem..Dance music by Mnh C anj,| W,
film, shoot the picture of your 674 Fort Kobbe or phone 84-51 17 FOR SALE;-16 pes heavy alumi- Camino AA g No reservations no- paint bomb
ear fi sh see rlmitive sugar Kobbe. M/Sgt ose. num Guardian Servi Cookware, cesebry. tUiy and Sunday. ai' m
spear a fish. see rimive sugar .half price, other household teams
a mill, Indian sailboats against FOR SALE:-1941 Codillac Sedan Navy 3748. o i O1 RENT beautiful colon.
n jungle background. coconut in excellent condition, very clean, F u t
Im Islands with sandy beaches. Vi- B.700.00. TeL 83-5176. 2173-A. FOR SALE:--Moldgo -eel dressers. GE'U GEO. F. NOVEY, INC. ..
Inhabited Indian islands. Swim- Curundu. In two toe color Place 2-3708. Parent t A. l.
sailboating in a "hollow log."FORSALEM l "A' Ford, new House 0954 Amador Rd. FOR RElT. Apartment, completely
fisoelmi: See old forts, Cathedral, FOR SALE:-Mel "A' Ford, newa.
try House, statue of "Block plywood and mahogany body. Mo. FOR SALE: ny drop leaf furnished, Mexico Avenue & 43rd
tar needs working on. $90. Also table, baby b=he. Craftsman street. information telephone, ,NAMA BROKER.INC.
: a of Urse 54 miles of P an- gentle hor. ld saddle suitable portable belt b~ t ,- spray gun Paoe s 140.
Im Canal from one end to the other. f ildren. .00. Call 6-344. and compressor. Telephone 2- FOR RENT: One bedroom unfu-
-Leaving Balboa. Pier 17. Friday. Gamboa Fsote la. 37ar 375. Ba lbrs nl&I moedern apBartment. 16u J 1481 pSD &*1
t 15. Arriving Colon, Stranqers FOR SALE: Only $600 cash re- FOR SALE: Breakfast room set. VIa Belisario Porras. Bcht
b 2:30 p. m. Leave Strangers qured for 1951 4 Door Chevrolet Bedroom-set. furniture for children. BRA APARTMENTs 5 (e. r Bl.
erTmFtR8 teOE.f00..A" :'W
lub 9:30 p. m.. arrive San Bias day- Powerglide. Two tone green Un- Call C nt cjI 3 yp. furnished apartment. ).
t. Return Sunday, August 17. dercoated, 6,000 miles, phone Al-F 4 optional. CEontact of-T s 3-471 1 0 l
Afternoon. brook 5232. eFOR SALE. 10th Street. New Cris.. A3-
Phone "Jungle Ju.n" 3-1660. Ho- FOR SALE: -1950 Ford Station Wa- tobl telephone 1386 Colon. h N FU RT t r
sEl Pam orn' gon. good condition. best offer<"t2",0 MTS-kdr FUI ns eas and
See your T vel Agent over $1,200.00. Telephone 88- FOR SALE:-Cm* et* assortment of R ENT 2-2 ,. -- Mill ke..49
_' -1262 Fort Gulick). lamp parts; harps, three way sock- Rooms er r enlub t.m gmforf wtte 1I
no Tuning and general repair. FOR SALE.-1952 Mercury Monte- ets, finals. steel pipe. EUREKA',. SO S. RoomTs.I r t o oW.tlel. 0if % ft w it o additS *f~al
N Street, house 10. roomA 3 7, Jh.... aze^.. ow .> AM r'*'-*. roo 643 6"' 1 i b
SoS.r . Aul Com raey, hardtop, black and grey, ra- A. 133 COt- IAit. Just aid OR NT room, th. le ai tI vh
M s. Aon C. Z.automac transmission. Call orner "J"S. a V I. Tel. -4625, l 45th Streetr Io P, -(v g. sei.tero A l-
IAL FLIGHT TO MIAMI one Ft. Sherman 87-022 between 8:00 FOR SALE:-Beatiful blond sinet No. 34. 65- .5 h r i Atr t..
way $67: -August 19) to GUA- a. m. & 4.00 p. m. piano. 73 notes, children's type.
YAQUIrL, $75; to QUITO, $86. FOR SALE 1949 Cadillac Club Phone 6-484 after 4 p. m. FOR R NT o
,aving Panama Au G h d Coupe, 61 model, l6w miullee. FOR SALE:--Buy a Snger SM Sport eou M a te, A.
_AREA,_ "TheRouteofthe__ GodPhoneA__bok_22_93 Roastti Sbe. S A.tval
%la O r."fe ID-46 &biOwin g 40 e 'fe and save popi*
t r." D-4 fneIne 40- PhneA o g...3 s 2 Rte l a a se R ANTE -Furnished-house, din- Sbfourg -moving. storage.
passenger planes). Round trip to FOR SALE: 1935 Ford Coupe. on repairs, geas -Io' ROPICAL FOR RNT:Furnished house, din- OVin stre.
N eami, 5126; GuCyaquil. $135; Good tmeapet atwio. O .-2,.a MOTORS The iL Ingroom, livingroom, three" bed- We k nd crate or move e r ti
Quito. $154. See PANAMA DIS- Gamboa. Tel. 6-. car rooms, bathroom, kitchen, enrage 1 the Parb Dof elOn.BfBt.
AT SEV IE accop. Los uiInte Acan -n -c fro yo.g terrace tinl4 a big yard. Refrigori- anything. 'Pho ne 2-2456. .ha th Ati
Bus-stos. Telephone 'anama 2- 6 e. W* S Eota hr u PanafI-d. rv thif nweek.
RENT -Officer sae o roxlrx'- t_"1____ : I andu1a c er c -tns ir, S ?. Merrs- *R I B
f-t5 AtLE- ooe er hohse y 2-.
moterly. 2,000 sq4re feest In well WANTI.-R p -l e R
ventir oted ar b ol buildirlb, endable, Wmar. At ar car. Dr. A. ORILLAIC JR. m.s w
pirate entrance Fco. de ta Ossa Phone Balboa 6360. *%le nt waa ith m aibe d'sa r o d ae g a!Mft if U
No. 31. Full Information at Agen- "Dwith mod's room and garage. N Dr E. O iLLAC .~ ...
Belsaria Porras and corner all:.
class Cosmos S A. Fco. de .l Ossa WANTED 130K BSltMrio Parr s and COrner r*l
a oleaa l w^a a) lE-e3 l ofW 6nSh NM%
No. 29 telephone 2-4721. Although rainfall along the Walking distance SAS. Te l
d-Save with quality articlesmOiaf S, center sectionof the We

Lind, Crystal, Lighters, Silheenro ter districts, by responalble North- Were above norma! at both bt chalet in Sai Francidko. Tel. Oi]eJ betl=
Segift articles. We aSi American couple. Phone 3-3811. the Canal teinas~ coedng 2958 from 5:30 p. m on,
ill our- furniture. etc. at belowVat st WANTED:-lI 24).uaeerings, 2 . 4
pric; Come first to t Ches W are dressers, wI.th or om .

,,,' No. 4, 37th Street. Tel. 3'. Phone 2-3d, T ,o O7b,
1. C io. m. WedFiday 4rn 10 pe 'Wies, Bahmi. ...-1E
tOeK ..ALi WANTED TO RENT: 1N rekh-in- f oal oe n reamd, but rl eta a tISnl Phralom.Te 1 ,4
Ltii sector, preferably e n suburbs. With 20.38 inches ua d it s 25 bn:3 p m.o
Sfunfurnished house: 3 bedrooms, 2 greatest July infall e 1. WANTED: Ambitious you
___________ _*__ bathrooms, maid's room with both-. Thlamoult W8 5.85 Inches to assist in carpenter sho ,rl it
SALE :-Land with building. ,oom, garage, and some garden. -than normal, drive a pick up. Bing ree eoyble eve-
sme accessories, Los Gusto Inter- Can arrange contract for one yeo. al at Balboa Weights to Industrias Pan-Americo ie" fX .
eted parties dill Navy ,2488. of- telephone Panama 3-'0255.. w reported at 8.4 inches, 1.5 22, Z9th St. Exposlion., from i
iter 4 p.pm. .etor and washing mach .. ne2. iI t Tel W1y .1E

uf nh hE- bedroom beach house, cycles. Balboa 2- 1859. U .' ..-o
IslIff, Acres. Tel. Balbos a 3022, C lyr. sctn Pn'1-tos rs e


FOR SALE 17b f W ae-~mo, Zoll be ,.
-hshu6 A oreANTED TOn chairman17OP l OP andth '88 to 1d Dam.andforrom.toe1
I aft & ertopode Cha saing chie str'it: th sG rat -l- -July. P ..an ys low, .
SALE-b e HP 3 Pha se, 25 cycle O sayn reaeily votea to -185 ,I pr s. .. amodunved. ,M4o p ro111:.
C2r $10.00, refried3,ton unit iOetinu 0U'O Troeos lo-

SALE---Outboard motor. Eg;n Chapain Cleweli wll serve -, l w
tP, IStra prop, 580.00. AIroek h tniltuloa repre-' W ,. eoitu wp. glsudt 41'b Wu i ---
Edwar~ P. Meany was elect. aAun ,f INST. =
- 1 7-. B oop Com m ittee ha irm an %e f oT ek J uA Ago, W Dof Ag-


'.,'-,' c' F-7 IND WlhMI Donald L. Eiter and
amnes- L. Hodges tzoop com.
F$WARD:-For return of wallet and ndtp.Igte.
.-peew.s at Bella VIeto Theater, ~2O 1id F. Kelly was elected
S y night. Call 2-6443 or 2- scoutmasiter and Virgil Cn-
* wy____ and Robert D. Dler were
g :-Tiger striped nuter cat, "Pe- elected assistant aootmu terms.
missing since July 37st. Please Members of the Troop awe
tl Albrook 6293. Brooke Anderon, Roy Buce,
e -i b---63.John Fundakowty, .Jam e
.uknos Way Into Jail Gibson, Juan U' w, Donald
W a"y I0 J Loehr, Dan Nelson, Lyle Ryan,
. r WORTH, Tex. (UP)-_ Pnl Robnd s s, Robert Smth,
kMtB charges were filed against Doulas and MimJ Sfit r and
N=iBt Worth woman who set erma Wilkin
M to her own house, then Troop meetlnga re. laAA on
Into the IhetUf's office the top floor of the F et CIVa-
_ old a deputy to "put me ton Post xchan e fisaUg at
1i- Ahe was Jailed.. 7 p. m. on Wed day.


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Most Important Clashes

Washed Out In Both Loops

NEW YORK. Aug. 13.-(UP)-Rain washed
out the most important games in. both Major
Lec,-ues yesterday and there was not much action
but wherever it took place it was bitter-and
* ilor'.


The Athletics finally subdued and his second in a row by a 1-0
the third place Red Box 4-3 in 13 margin.
Innings in Boston last night and The Dodgers-Giants and Phil-
moved back into fifth place a- lies-Braves contests were rained
head of the White Fox: Carl out. No other games were sche-
Schelib went the route. r:atter- duled.
Ing ten hits to gain his seventh Meantime, the head men of
victory. the top Major League pennant
Billy Hitchcock drove in the contending teams are trying to
winning run with a single off re- figure out what to do about all
liever Alton Benton after Gus the rain that's piling up dbuble-
Zerrtal had led off with a single headers on them. For once again
for la third hit and moved to all of the contenders were
second on Elmer Valo's .sacrifice. trended in heavy seas as rain
The defeat put the Red Box five- v ashed out night games between
and-one-half games behind the the Dodgers and Giants, Yankees
first plact Yankees in the Am- and Senators and an afternoon
ert'lan League. '.me beween the Indians and
Clyde Vollmer sent the game Tigers.
antd extra Innings with a two- w
rt e heer for the Red Sox in The PhRHtes, who still con-
the eighth. sider themselves contenders
It took the Browns eleven In-i even thengh they are 16 game
intes to subdue the White Box behind, also were rained out of
3-2 and Jim Dyck did it almost their geme with the Braves.
a*Whe with a homer in the eleth That created a heavy slate for
that tied the score and another today -with the Dodgers and
in the eleventh that broke it up. Giants meeting in a doublehead-
It was the fourth extra-inning er in Ebbets Field, the Yankees
game the Browns have played in playing two with the Senators
thefr last five of which they at the Yankee Stadium and the
have won three. Lefty Gene Phillies taking on the Braves
Beuareen pitched a five-hitter to twice tonight.
gain hts sixth victory against The Indians, who were rained
two,'fceats. out of two straight games with
t1'. iigtrE, WU &tY a C hU l e


the Tigers, won ge a c iance
to make up the postponements
until early September but they
figured to be busy enough with
the Browns who moved in for a
doubleheader tonight.


The Yant-ees-Senators and In-
-is-Tigers games were rained
Sn the National League, the
Cardinals, who bad run lnto a
nt with their veterans, turned
the rqles owl to 24-year-oli
Srilbthteader Stuart Miller and
be repoded with a six-hit I-
;4 0 'trye over the Cubs at Chi-
er te.
'rT.e Cardinals made their only'
Sronu, off loser Bob Rush in thel
irlat inning when Del Rice sin-
*Mel6 in *h inningg run after
4stngles by Red Seboendienst and.
Xfi1n Mutl and walk to wk o
urauhter loaded the bass. V$
v'w the eleventh los for Ra




TigM At Balboa

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Suttleial finals, both mIl"tary ,
and elvilan, for the IsIhlan
Table Tauenns Tournament, potn-
Ssewed by the USO-JYWB Armed
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heeh .Y2 WIRT f lSTO-ab-
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nU WPiil be Gege is in LIM hewon R
*-aqum dM larelay ynea. games. The pilat-4ised left. *
g, Vet, at VIW pm., te Lander became e Mat itamS
vim imew-a.e of both leaguer to wina 20 wBen i r
S--an deldvullon. eem- edbeek the R6ed o b Ma
t etiB muteh strokes to overflow crowd of 3U ). aftj-"*
rn fia the finalIt for the the Athletics' largest turut in
Sginmama singles title to be eon- four years. (=A)
#=#te Angust 30 at 7:30 pin. _____
.leTnitration for the doubles
torei-eut will eloe August 21 There's Only One_
hi.blb time thefe wIN be a T e . .Only of wMl
ar t the USO-JWB Club to
a hge ubedules. Application ST. LOUIS. Mo. ('UP).-Mqlr
a may be obtained at theJoseph Drt is looktilg otWa
S rwJ Club or at the ifter- Official greeter. A "IMaMal. of
flr Center of the Unlta ogress" will be held aw m at
tes Rlba m o on Calle I. 1T-. avsmer to comm.emorateja
a a, CIt. IlOth anniversary of the.
4 "nploshlp. awards have na Purchase and the smayp
S) a contributed by "Tabft," cided time IA. Lo fla t
*a's," "MererTle" and "COis an official greeter amch like 3ew
B elf Turk's Orover Wbalen.



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Boston at sw4tla (T-N).
CineotInit Ware (2).
New Noft 1 kirn (2).
Ptthsberg Mt St. Iuis (N).

YESTESRArI RESULTS
St. Louis 1 0 000--1 10 0
Chicago 000- 6 0
Miller (1-0) tpd Rice.
Rush (11-1).Leonard and At-
well.

New ThYt at Brooklyn: Pont-
poned (Rain).


Boston t Wiadelphia:
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Post-


No other game scheduled.


American League

TEAM Won Lost Pe
New Telt.. .. ,. 65 46 .8
Cleveland ...... 62 48 A
Boston .. .. .. 57 49 j
Washlagt' ...... 8 S .5
Philadelia ... 85 I .S1J
Chicago : ....... 5 B .51
St. Louis ... .. .. 48 65 .41
Detroit .. .. .... 7 74 .31

TODArS GAMES
St. Louis at (Cysial4 ( I,
Wafs'lat Niew turk (2)


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SBaud"n (?r-in*"a MON.

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Boston 0016002@o0 00 0g -;o 1


T qu, Senton at1 WbMSU.
W&ringo at New York:
Postponed (RafMl).
Detroit at Cleveland: Postpon-
ed (ftim).

AS., The Fairwoys

PORT AMASMa CLtB
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lflW WORK, Aug. 13 (UP) -
A tt..tte ..d Leo Duroahe
repfta slogan of last yu
VwO tIE New York Gianta a.
d Z "51,tie miracle" and W*6
t manager says -
'"ta lIY 'em one at a tWit
and 8-0 ;tt happens."
Durocher keptre--
lqpea ~[ |1 o when the G
/ose. roim 13 and one -laf
iaVml Wek to outlast Broo.!
i -a p c of. Today the Ot10
.- mW soff the pac
aJHnkBe series in B
AH h closer this time,fl
ball men, feel the Giants .t
have to Itage a "big mirader
repeat. The pitching staff ,
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with Mente Irvin oat most f t
W&In with a broken ankle, Wte.
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NW YORK Aug. 13 (UP)- .,
-The UnJted iress learned to-

t tstRocky Maclano in Phi-
deis on Sept. 23..
A reliable source says Pretl-
lati i onal oAig Club and Her. 1m'
mon Taylor of Philadelphis fWENT-SEVENT gjl TEARI ,
wilpromote the bout in Muni- *
elpal Stadium.


Ohio Valley Cuba S L. est

To Get New

Atom Plant DaZZle c
BY tMEW PEARSON partmeft It 8 d diviak
told n t Jose Figgere
WASHINGTON. Aug. 13 IUP) WASHINOTON,Aug. 13-.The former ofCosta Ric
-The Atomic Energy Commis- so0-called coanpiracy against Cu- was arrested, 1
sion announced yesterday it will ban dictator ulgencTo Batista, report false
build its new $1,200,000.000 atom- announe.*d by'the national police Aol toger al thotftis
Ie explosives plant, designed to in Havana on Aug. 1, was actUal- other M stau 'otorlata, PIgui
help increase this country's a- ly a maneuver designed to inti- res was %e stopped on t1
tomic lead over Russia, in South- midate the "strong man's', chief street b has now been
wn Ohio. opponeAie who were trying to
organToe secret session of Conr-
The huge works, a gaseous dif- gres, t Batista dissoNtaed
fusion plant producing atomic when he seM.id power last March. Mt<
explosive Uranium-235. will be Tony Varona; fornier president
3uileot o f 6 o0resmtouth of the Cubali senate; his brother,
to Pike County between Wake-n aC a II 1
iel nda on. y m stripped of his rank ta Using I
The plant will have more for refusing to go along with the
than twice the capacity of a Batista coup. were the prime -
similar plant built at Oak movers In the attempt to revive TEHEM R. Aug. 13 (UP) -T
Ridge, Team., In World War 1i the officially defunct legislature. Shah alged a decree tody
It will be the major new facil- ing Preeder Mohammed
It yto be built as part of a vast Almg With anine others, degh funl ptlaL it economic
ani ra to cost more mostlye-Ay ffcers, they financial peo for hw neSt
han in the next were re ude q p By the O eder- months.
_me years. alel To 14 41Vao orders -fret
Qongres In its closing hours ..E..e .. ~ ot L.i.lat. a M
tebfsyear appropriated $2,966.- '^SK^b-S den 3 so egllaU 1-t'SfS Gf& 3o
1W40 to art the new five-year. tt"Sse ter; nms r pe;, y tsA
el ana lon program m.a ufeol e. an46A
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sit *,to leate the plant ni eein # Omef fi
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hse ARC and OMer federal
tmencles will p de asslstancee

i a n to the Southern
Ohio pq-lat, the Mpanalon pro-
grani wiU 3ude:
.4) A'$ ,0W0,O00 addition to
tIe Oak Rh. ge plant, which will
pm ytloa- do1ible Its capacity.
2) A *M5,000,000 addition to
the O nilagr works being built
apr Paducah, Ky., which will
dlb it'Paducah's originally plan-
l*d capacity.
4) A large addition to the
nford. Wash.. plant where the
Sftmic explosive plutonium is
*fade. This is expected to cost
(BH,000,000.
%.Oduber Art Show
Continues Through
Tomorrow At JWB
tue to a delay In the artistE';
departure for Spain, the exhibit!
paintings by .Mi. and Mrs.
airo Oduber of Panama City will
'Inmaf n at the JWB-USO Gallerv
ftm albqa this evening and to-
. *orrow.


able to fall prey to Comwim
Meo aeghv was reported
day to have asked for %
.000 U.S. loan to get I
a8 flowing again.
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The semi-offiIal Dewli
BEfhtar said MIA deaghh 3mri
of his ftrat acts aft' WOE
dic tattorial poweI fuar
Mentha. made the 1 4Mu
lof T.S. Ambassador L qZ
Rie argUed, the papar
the U.. S a curb l m
rise of Communism. sk
the loan to help Ira ,
li dhe has bre m aintr ~ qp
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