The Panama American

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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:
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:
AA00010883:00432

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Fort Belvoir Virginia, to join
Lieutenant Thompson.
Mrs. Thompson has speat the
past seven months on the Isthmus
while her husband completed a
Guided Missiles Course at Fort
Bliss, Texas.


"Caine MaItay" To Be Preseteo d
At etel Washngton .
The fiat esetation ot the
"Caine Muty" out of the United
States, and the. first presentation
by an amateur group will take
place in the Florentine Room of
the. Hotel Washington on July 30.
Eddie Henrigues has been well
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with,* total
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In C istbal, whle9 was e one
inch a um the average for that
period.
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boa, Gatun and Madden Dam were

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were Os Jhe Pacific Side.and 24
on the Atuntic Side. TWi was
about "npratl but the paumber of
nours during rain occurred Was 92
which was well above the aver-
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fltg-.. WTh plot, I heading to- described as "slight"
ward ome, ord d his radar ob- First reports said six persons
server to al out. The pilot him- .hd keen, ed, indicating wit
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from about -7'JD feet, the Air pants of the plane were still aboard
Force said.- whea it crashed.
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parachuted to saf ey s ds be- saying 40 eckets, but that none
fore the a-weather Sta e slam- had exploded. Cause of the crash
med Into the auto, kilg three was not determined, but witnes-
personsa. Two houses were set a- ses said the craft had been cir-


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Eccentric Kills Prmakst;

,lDurt During Capture, Dies
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DTROIT, July 3 -(UP)-A r7-. hood boy, said It wasn't .Ku
ywar-old eccentric, who became a man's fault that he got the rep
constant target for teen-age pranks tation as a "ehild-bat."
d d heckling over the years, died "I was with thbe bo owe wo w
today d wounds he suffered when they threw, sak" int Il
police stormed his home after he house," B m e e
shot em of his tormentors to death partlular reason. aute*
and wounded another seriously. get him r ied ." a
Neighbors said William Kurs. The &ad y 'o f ,. Hem
ma wh lived alone in his small M. Dudley be -" ersa
house-u across tls street from Euraman le dwin
Ulkmat ,bool, mu have reach- recent years
ed "th'dtMakng ppt" Wednes. "The kids d a lot,
day night when two tegp-mged boys the father ItI'viver ee
carrying long kniveva yled up on Doug bother b'u. kno h
his front porch. did. I told the .-b was t
"What are you trying to do, kil be pitied ra 9 .tte d.
me?" Kursman usleamne, Sgt. Jack Da
Then he drew a .32 caliber man and Mht eager
automatic pistol, and opened fire had been a# la a runnln
on the youths, who were accompa. feud rece -OWthe use of bol
ed by two irs companons. rod eari. Wb s admitted ma
Dougas Dudley, lo. who was ny of the ytsbs raced their en
carrying a butcher fe, sprawled gines every time they passed thi
to the sidewalk and died shortly man's house.
after he was admitted to a hospi- Robert Trafelet, 15, told police
tal. Barbara Kubbe, a, was hospi- he and Dudley called at Kursman'i
tallied with wounds both legR. house to "straighten things ou
Kursman later slammed his with him." He refused to say why
front door in the .faces of police Dudley was carrying the butche:
who tried to get him to come out- knife and he a long steak knife
side. The officers lobbed four tear A neighbor woman, Mrs. Amu
Sgas bombs into the house and fir. Zimmer, said Kursman, a former
ed a fusillade of bullet. into the auto worker, retired from con
door. munity life and ordered his wif<
The recluse, critically wounded to have nothing to do with neigh
with a bullet in his 'aw, was taken bors after their fourth child mar
* to a hospital where he was held ried and moved to California sev
under police guard for investiga- eral years ago. She said Mrs. Kurs
thim f murder. He died today man s children later persuaded her
: without making a statement, to leave her husband.
It was not Immediately known Another neighbor, Mrs. V e r n a
If the bullet that killed Kursman Dillon, described Kursman as "a
was self-inflicted or whether it good man, but peculiar."
Was fired from a policeman's gun. "But the poor man never harm.
Gerald Heximer, 16, a neighbor- ed a soul," she said.


Californian Secretly Takes

Son Away From Former Wife
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LOS ANGELES, July 3 (UP)- and pointed out she was violating
California's chief deputy attorney their agreement but he said she
general, William V. O'Connor, dis. refused to send the boy to visit
closed tonight he had taken his him. Once she told him, he claim.
eam secretly from London this ed, that he "would never see the
i Week in the absence of his former boy again."
wife Lady Adele Beatty. the wife O'Connor an4 the California.
of Earl Beatty. born Lady Beatty were divorced
O'Connor made his statement in Las Ve as, Nev., in 1949 and
fter Lady Beatty disclosed in shw married Earl Beatty two
idon he had taken their seven. years later. The attorney and his
3r-old son, Timothy, and brought former wife qere married in 1944.
to Califronia without her know- The attorney said he flew to
Stdg. He declared, however, the London eight days ago, arriving
ia A of his ex-wife that the boy there last Friday. He located his
S kidnapped" was absurd. son, he said, and After identifying
he* state official said he decid- himself to the boy governess. he
S4. to fly to London and get his brought him back ro list Mon-
aftet word reached him that day. O'Connor bald t boy is tay-
Beatty must stand trial for ing with his maternal grandamoth.
saotult of h young lady on a Lon- er Mrs. Thelma Dlgham. 0'-
.IS s.reet." Conuor did not reamam y after his
divorce,
IJ fi poted out hat uader -ftad y es said ian tndon that
.eutatdyfthe snwas, I salt hea a lord from
shared and the boywas toiMr. O'Coneor far ms months,
cated in American a n d and I've not heard fro ma sines
rougt up as an American. Saturday, where he's how
." dy Beatty violated this ac- my boy is or what th ir going to
he said. "I exercised by do.
Sunder the contract and re- "I'm going to fly t..America to
W iuh U mto California where he find my boy,"
a- a born." Earl Beatty said ] would ac-
The attorney said that in. Eng- company his wife to the United
la d the boy was living in a "dingy States "as soon as we find out
Zondon flat" while the mother, where he is and cta make the
"when not yachting, resided in an- arrangements."
ether house some miles distant." cable was sent as soon as
In view of the Joint custody Thinm disappared," Idy Beatty
a emalt. O'Comwor said, he felt said. It uisedus he we stop
aftitpthe" was noth legally pd at Venie._ We 't hear un.
V rol il hse action in bnrin l we got to Paris.. J horribly
e:h t iW b either under Ame- et.I, only I had a word from
'aw English law, "nor can it Timmy."
e Ostrw a kidnapping Eart Beatty sad his attorneys
He said that prior to his action were making private inquiries, but
! lie talked to Lady Beatty several no legal action was contemplate.
Times by long distance telephone ed at this time.

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FARMACIA EL BTUIRBO
No. Latter PlaM
.FAXMA0A LOMNARDO
Fourth f Joly Ave.


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, FOR SALE
L Ho..hold
S FOR SALE Dinette set, table 4
choirs, 2 cabinets. 5616, Apt. D.
Diablo.-
FOR SALE:-odr livingroom fur-
lture, 25-ycvlc refrigerator. Phone
S24449~. o tamo a3-1889.
SFO, SALE:-Wahlng machine, bed-
.- morW sat, livlingroom set, dinette
S Ir n ~ietlc. Aibrook 250-A. Call

FOR SALE:-.--One sofo-bed, one arri
S r, $30. Albrook 86-5296.
C. -_ AT I ^ emlifh dinner


FOR SALE: -6 1 -PC. t-....sn aingSu ok
s et, ahogany table. 6 chars, but- FOR SALE-- 950 Studebaker Cn-
2 ll-porcelain rer,geratori.-- mrnder teoie,. dlty f Cie, Cfemant
;, 4.Apt. Ao.Akee Street. condition: Repsonable. Call Pana- Fi
T'lephne 2-'.619 n ma 3-2586.
LE: Easv wOashig machine FOR SALE:-193,8 two-doot.Fordse-
electric water heater $40 don. line rurfitng condition new
3-2506. 1948 motor recently installed. Own-
3-25 -, er leaving Isthmus. Will sell for
FO LE -1-piece-lvngroom over- $225 cash. Phone 6-4J4.
ad set $95; rglht table $9 50; --
Ins and coandpes. kitchen ta- FOR SALE.-1950Chevrolet2oor
b chairs. ll ery cheap. Ae;nida sedan. radio, heater, excellent con- FO
No. 26, Dono Apoartments edition. Call Ft. Clayton 4291 or
see at Ft. Cboyton Fire Station July
... ... .. 3 & 4 ,.
FOR SALE ---Table top range eForrcel-
lent condition. AIbrOok 86-32116. FOR SALE;-1952 Ford Fordor 2-
e cond.on..Alb- tone 12,000 uies, price 31195. -F
FOR SALE--S-pc. Guatemolan I.v- 2531-D. Cocoli.
in m set $1 10, a elgian rug $5.
in .. 25c yce1 10 rdr 24-k DC FOR SALE-- 1948 rdson 4-door
ger ror $50. Phone 83-6265. sedan, good condition. $395. Tale-
-....... -. phone 83-5267. Curundu. F
FOR SALE--Cheap and n good con- -
dition: I crib and I mahogany chi- FOR SALE.-1951 Chevrolet 4-door
na closet. Call 5137. Curundu. PIG. w-s-w tires, $900. Phone Al-
brook 6200.
FOR SALE Mahogany chest of -- ckrdFtrama- F(
drawers consisting of 2 large draw- FOR SALE--195 Packard, Ultrama-
ers, two smr'lier. Tel. Balboa 2810. tic. w/s/w tires, blue leather up-
holstery; Lionel electric train;
O.LE- --Refrgerotor S15; dress- Croaftsmon jig-sew: Jukebox i Pock-
ing table $12; dropleaf table $8, ard Playmorel. Phone 83-3284. --
if-nge ma rresso 3l a5: Weore $3% FOR SALE ---'51 Ford V-8 Deluxe
e c' o :o t Sr, vacuu excellent shape. Coill New Corozal
: *9,, r-uscellaneous. Phonc, '. 2 -2_
a ,3. FOR SALE:-1951 Buick Sedonerte.
O "- A'- Make an offer 885 Morgan Ave. _
FOR SALE Telephone 1232 Babo. FC
7' O" a& Moo FOR SALE:-1947 Hudson Commo-
toillats & Motore dore-SIx 4-door sedbn $300. 5864-
VA- LSI-Gaff Rigged Sloop oblo. Tel. 2-3618.
8 x.3.5.-C ll Albrook 2203 FOR SALE:-Want a real buy on a
aen 600 aon 8:Q0 p.n'.: fine automobile? 1953 Lincoln Ca-
AL -, t t pri Convertible for sale, A-1 con-
*S it ir drien, many extras. Call Albrook'
rd, mtor .I..V y 1 2
AE sBuru 1j'
wa -l I I- I -9I9-41 d TFt W
AT ~ UCustom deluxe. Rev. Greay. Gamboa.i i


FOR SALE
Automobdes
FOR SALE:-1948 Willy's Jeep Sta-
tion wagon duty paid. $600.00.-
Phone 3-3477 office hours.
FOR SALE:-1948 Plymouth 4-door.
New tires, brakes, battery, excel-
lent condition, $600. Albrook
3211.
FOR SALE.-1947 Dodge 4-door. Ex-
cellent buy at bargaioln price.-House
2162-A or phone Curundu 4205.
FOR SALE'-1953 Ford Fordor se-
don, 2-tone. excellent condition.
Price $1595. 2531-D. Cocoll.


.Mi ccllaneous
WAlMD: Set of Royal Doulton
disln. Coochman or Hunting
scenes Phone 2-4368..

FOR SALE
: lotin reVele-;
OR SAL:--Cgshnman motor scootear.
House 158-A 'Mango St., Balboa
Tr'. 2-4392.
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AND T6-130. O
WANTED TO BUY


WANTED:--W., buy for ath 1952
and 1951 Chevrolet Standard Gear
shift in excellent condition.-Call
Garage Elias, opposite the Roosevelt
Hotel.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE: Wooden and concrete
house, excellent condition, 15th
Street No. 4., San Frandsco, Via
Belisorlo Porras: 2 comfortable
apartments, spacious. Ground floor
produces $50 monthly, excellent
tenants.. Top floor is unoccupied,
- awaiting new owner. There are of-
,.fers for renting upstairs for $75
mrdnthly. Price $1Q,000, Cola de
Ahorro mortgage $3,000. What do
you offer? telephonee 2-4924 or
3-2944.


MISCELLANEOUS
REPAIR-reefinl oiall kind Bamboo-
Rattan furniture, Free etmotes.-
"JIMMY," Tel. 2-4044.
THE-CURUNDU Post Restauriant Fund
Is offering invitations for bids for
the operation of the Ladles Dreu-
making Shop floated on the Cu-
rundu Army ResrVation. Full In-
" formation may be obtained by con-
tacting Lt. Vance, Custodian, oat
Headquarters Curundu Army Res-
ervation, telephone 83-4268.


XURUNDU Wonderful opportunity
to let your child have 'supervised
play during morning hours. -8:00
a.m. to I 1:15 a.m. Nursery School.
CoTa Balboa 1214.
OR SALE: Quality developing-
printing of amateur film in our
own laboratory. Foto Halcon, a-
cross Hotel El Panama.


FOR SALE
Mleellaeous


OR SALE:--One leot household and
commercial used refrlgeraton re-
quiring repairs. Offers by let De
individually considered. El|ag. Dise-
hribuidora El6strie, S. A.-Peru
Ave. Ne. 72.
OR SALE.-Hammarlund H- 129-X
receiver, good condition.-Cell Al-
brook 4197.
OR SALE: Five venetian blinds,
%ood slots, 41"x60", like new -10
each 0534-A Gtloyacan Ter., An-
con 2-3321.
)R SALE:--All sizes rugs, canvas
bog; women's slacks, Army caop-
Prices that will please you. Heres
Surplus Store, 12th Street, Amador
Guerrero. Colon.
R SALE:-Motor scooter, 4-horse-
power. like new; porch furniture
spit reed chairs, couches. tables &
screens; radio, National 125, II-
tube, all bonds. Quarters 24, Al-
brook AFB, Phone 2193.
OR SALE:-Boy's Columbia bicycle
with accessories, like new $35; Ko-
dak Retina II $30; a complete de-
veloping and enlarging equipment
with a Century Graphic camera, all
new $200..Phome 3-2506.


PANAMA CANAL COMPANY .
IFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SAtU
aled bids, qr .peIing i pablec, will
TWe lIved. W 'rdO. .m.. JVly 61
54, in the office .of the SuprA
ndent of Storehounse s. for
ectric blower, refrigerated cabinets,
iter coolers, barber's chairs, gasoline
gines and ports, flat tuck, lift
jcks, embossing, sawing and wivre
ensuring machines, fruit juice ex-
ictor, electric motors, motorcycle,
ints, winches and wrench located at
cilon "I," Balboa Storehouse, tele-
one 2-2720. Inviti.on No. 96 may
secured from the above source, or
am office of Superintedent of Store-
uses, telephone 2, 11: 5.
DR SALE:- Rattan love seat, four
chairs, one hassock, two end tables,
diningroom set: six choirs, bval ta-
ble and buffet; misc. household ar-
ticles; compressor, point sprayer,
sander and buffer vise bench and
tools. Balboa 2-6439, House 6238
Los Rios.


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Ex-Trial Attorney
Joins Cdnal Co.


' John A. Cooper. former trial
attorney with the Federal Com-
muilctlpna Cbmmission in
Wa nhsgton, D6., was recently
emplAyeM eai attorney In the
office -of General Counsel of
the .Panama Canal Co. and ar-
rived thai week to begin his du-
NO WlAs accompanied to the
Ultlu. by yle wife and three


WFFI, ADVICgE Donal
Quarlke I, assistant ecretary of
Idesoam in charge tf research
and production. tia Runsia
would beloollsh to tart a ewar.
asrh lnstloations, he said the
V, a workinf on 8000
@bp w *eap on-lmproving
om cts, and experts to lead
. wepol race as long as we
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RESORTS.
FOR HEALTHFUL change of cllnm
visit Club Compestre in El V=-,.
Just 80 miles from PPonaej City.
Newly remodeled under Amedacil
management. Inquire Tivoli TfWel
Agency, 8 Tivoll Ave., Tel. 2-046
PhIlps. Oceanside coltrtag n
Clara. Box 435, Balb.Ph
Panama 3-1877, Cristobol 3-1673.
Gramlieh Santa Clara Beach cottages.
Electric refrigeration gas stove.
Moderate rates. Phone 6-441 Of
4-567.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile past
Santa Clara. Low rotes. Phone
Balboa 2-1866.

FOR RENT
lOurM


FOR RENT: Chalet 4 bedrooms. Ilv-
ingroom, dinlngroom. kitchen, ga-
rage & large yard, $135.00. 52nd
Street No. 15. Telephone 3-2228
during office hours. Caretaker be-
side building in construction.
FOR RENT:-Cool, well furnished res-
idence in Ave. Justo Arosemeno &
38th Street, Vista del Mar. 4 bed-
rooms, 2 porches.-Apply to Tel.
3-3099 or 3-4117.
FOR RENT:-Chalet: two bedrooms,
parlor, diningroom, 2 porches, bath-
room. garage, all fenced.-Via Por.
ras, Carrasquillao st Street No. 55,
Tel. 3-2907.
FOR RENT.-3-bedroom chalet: Liv-
ingroom, diningroom, maid's room,
garage. 47th Street No. 18.-Tel-
ephone 3-3353.
FOR RENT:-3 bedrooms, a large liv-
Inrgroom, garage, hot water, etc.
Reasonable pr:ce.--Call Tel. 3-
1031, La Cresta.

FOR RENT
Aparimentu
ATTENTION 4 I. Just built modem
furnished apartments, one) two
bedroom, hot, cqld wefr. -Tel-
epht Panamao 3-4941.
FOR RENT:--2 and 4-mornom moderi
apearmenr. C tet Altmbre A-
prtment. 10th Street' TeleP


Frnicico


AR RENT-.Wr;ee bednm e opps
ment. living and dining roam.
nmod's room, hot wte/,-Tel. 3-
2279.


FOR RENT:-Fumluhed ie room a-
partinent for couple or bachelor.
Best residential -Sktion.--43rd St.
N 1. 13
FOR RENT:- Fre furnished opart-
ment. Attroctiv location and price.
-Via Brasil (P9gtilla Rood). No.
121. .
FOR RENT:-Furnlhed' apartment,
suitable for two couples by. share-
ing bathroom .and kitchen between
the two bedrooms. $90.00.-Ap-
ly 6 Fourth of July Ave., Hop.

FOR RENT:--Apprtment, all l .mikh-
ed, 2 bedroofl ,porch, very ven-
tilated. 45th SA.. No. 34-Al


FOR RENT: Two-bedroom opart-
merit, small family only. Via Espa-
fa No. 106, 3ptrrtment 5. across
* from PaosdengPolice Booth.
FOR RENT:- A 2kedroom apartment,
living-dinindgm, 1. Inspected.
Viao PorrastNo; 256, between 2nd
and 3rd AvemWs.
FOR RENT-- m nshed one-bedroom
modern opairt nt, garage. -168
Viao B..l.ano Pros._


FO. RENT: FurnIshed apartment,
big bedroom gdO both, for a couple.
No kitchen.-Tel. 3-1648.


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services.
Repal. instaulation at9 gar
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BSplDzY MODR3 LL
General luperviaor.
Tels.: 2-2562 -2 -2451
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hope thehn=
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)n vot onofir- n 1fr rent s ard
the pupport plan, 0quotalevl Ia 10 per cent of drawing a
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fo for the adminir- mtnirtratIon teomn Patrcaal wtb
t.epon afor compromise. 1 he pla fr s ide a are a
S p Dermocratmnd in a p cl reserve S2 Mllon Bakret
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te who had fought pod pAritprices
be -o 'l. aidthe orcent eld ot weId more than ler
wa te ht he wnt- 5 An- r. -. .
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be l-upport for tv A4
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Svted- for the Disvl p tinrg marketijs quotas for corn. troop lade?' ad hertwP6
a Vam, elpirt agree it Is not tants- M.. Bylya. erI
p. Ml D. ooley (N.C.), praclce Amot corn I fed b
ig. DemrP t Agri- livestock much of it on the meant program which
tore CoDIntnt valt ret nI level where policing l m- n adrried out by
t tcler to farm- polble. folowed the awada.
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FOR RENT:Zi-Prished oparlemnts.
new furnitu s areened and go-
eminent inslt1ed. CoIl 3-3404be-
tween 5:370m.& 8:00 p.n.


FOR RENT:-4Finshed one-bedroom
modern opa"r Wnt. gage. 168 Vit
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FOR RENT iy one-bedroom
g*rtmer.rjltlt Included. 50th


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kitchm nMlr I niat eanthra.
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Two aviation afty awards
were received by Brnif nr-

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Chase. L. Beard, prealt of the
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a e4 edstric tly r It ub;It is theai et
a A 9yar. that *Uowa him to Indullge hIees ,
Pd eao'Vn, a8d Reedlus to ay the infltable Mr. Kay L4
ire W d hllUvous advantage o this wondaeru.litutd.i .
le. te tor by Norman Pauma and MMI A Vrk q',
Wap tated pair. who alo directed and produced, ha. DOMY
Vrt aimoua Tentrloqi; t who hau to seeic peychltsl 14
his dmna st tark bhg bk o him. The doctr
i0 turn out to be the btlful MS Zetteinsa
at, fallen love with her and at the same time eatgs
lsa ed with a group of Internamtonal espionage gacnts.
an .Tro here on the event become too Lrtto eor idr
ola Danan, eaupht in thel idst of warfare between ti
An sanp of pies Is apued of all the UurdrM l tf y '
a on another. As a matter oft ae, the ~ s k a
. "red-headed ripper." I order to entpe ,
et eplonage s enft and in turn romantlclly
Wt xd doctor. Dauuy wm the dulm eh id
a- qtir s a aestive Irish ten or, oa EngIh lutoertW. 5
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a- let dancer.
mot Advauce audinces repOrt "nock On Wood" to be e am l
t funniest motion pletures to eer rollck forth f m t.tr.
wood horlaon It has music, lauhl and .aom w e rdS U tti
fr routtee of the ballet Ienr w hieh en died by taI
00l wyf chowmorapr I h Klad, pla, of eoumM. the
Ir Xetalentl. All tn A "ocko QL O W ood emserge as a
that W earl awaltd everyone everywhere.
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New members welcomed into thee
8inp weGa Mrs. I C. Spears,
Mnr, W; G. Hudson. Mrs. Charls
5. Pierce, Mn. J. W. Jensen, and
Mrs. W. I. Cheatham.
Guests at the coffee were Mrs.
R. M. Wurdeman, Mrs. P. T.I
Fancher Mrs. R. P. Tannescoll,i
Mrs. Wltam S. Laney, Mrs. D.
I. Dalrympe, Mn. R. K. Pres-I
ley, and Mr. J. J. DeGregorio.
MElS Bleakly Leaves Fw U.S.
Miss mileen Bla" y who has.
been oisiti n the d mius with
her parts, Mr. and Mrs. E. T.
Bleaky of Gamb, for the past
eeveru days sailed yesterday a-
board the 8. S. Criatobal to re.
turn to the United States.
Visitor From Aruba
Mr. Harold Harams of Aruba.
NWI arrived during the week end
from his home fo a short stay
on the Isthmus, during which time
he wal the ho use of Mr. and
Mrs. J. J. Crawfod of Balboa.
Historical Society To Meet
The iatorical Society, which is
open to all int.,rested people on
the Isthmus, will hold its fourth
meeting Tuesday, July 6, at 7:30
p.m. at the Hotel Tivoli, Ancon.
The topic for this meeting will
be the "Police Division and the
Panama Rail Road in Construc-
tion Days"
Representing the pollee on the
panel will be Mor George Her.
man, Captain J. M. Davb, R. G.
McKeevers, and F. M. von Krus.
enastierna; and representing the
Panama Rail Road on the panel
will be It. E. Hopkins, Sr., and
L. E. Miles.
The public of the Canal Zone
and of the Republic of Panama is
invited.


Summer Recreation Program
To Open
The Summer Recreation Pro-
am schedule includes the fol-
dtot .,atev- o opening r the
various comuulties: .eo will
san* friday
Pedro uel will ope Jul and
will hold las-ses Tuesday Wednes-
day and Thursday; Bboa, Ama-
dor, Fifteenth Naval and Quarry
Heights all to meet in Balboa
will open July and classes will
be held on londay and Wednes-
day; Ancon will open July 7 and
held classes Wednesday, Thurs-
day and Friday. Fort Kobbe will
open July 6 and ho!d classes Tues-
day, Wednesday and Friday; Al.
brook will open July 6 and Fort
Clayton will open July 12. Both
of the latter will be under Mili-
tary Recreation Program and de-
tailed announcements will be
printed in the daily bulletin.
All the groups will meet from
9:00 to 11:00 a.m. on the above
givon days.


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Water Coeler N lUtMie
An exhibition of water colors,
arranged by the Canal Zone Art
League in cooperation with the
USO-JWB Armed Forces Service
Center, is currently on display
at the JWB Gallery. This exhibit
by Malcolm Delvlle will remain
until JUly 23.
Military personnel, their faul.
lies and the public of thS Canal
Zone and the Republic of Papama
are cordially invited to attend.
Buaess Meeti For
Can"*dy Woeas Clab
The Curundu Voman'O Club will
hold Its regular monthly business
meeting Wedn-dsy at 0:00 a.m.
at the Community Building. Be-
freshments will be served. All
members are asked to be present
at this meeting.
Lucheon Wednesday At Cla,
The Fort Clayton fflecers Wives
Club will hold Its regular month-
ly luncheon Wednesday at the
Fort Clayton Officers' Cllb. The
pFogram will include a display and
discussion of linens by Mr. Gene
Jhangimal.
Members and visitors who are
interestedd in attending the lunch-1


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Mrs. Babe Didrikian Zshasrlas
T e 8urle t thumb" which New York have the largest eat- has opened a sev n-strok l ad g ,
I___ Wmmoem than 50 per cent Ing capacities in their respective in the Women's io. O .penN' ""
ut ,tates that Octo- leagues. With Cleveland's capa- golf tourney o t 4a
glt ries rivals will be city of s alihtly more than 85,000 The- Bab' ra ota one-em der-
a. ihirOt uhagIion July 4 a Eta- and theGiants' 0,000 caacitar 71 In the second round yes- hAGA
bothdthe Indians and the winners' share of the dream terday. That break the women's r a I
Ono r thematicallyseril'- probably would exceed record for t.e Uo Iur-s- idle N
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A Thet" Imn uerrl, w"ho opened +UP t osetta Mrs. Zahpl shoot-l Ml e M (nPhladelphIa a1 ea t.-..
v W iaU ret ured them- theio bw-'geled e f the ea-oineg for herathird Open titles i Ba.
It a o In first place on son Sld0se dre the has a 36-hole score of 143.
Sight when they opened Whiti ax into third-plae, Defending champion Betsy MDAYt'S RA eTERAe 'S
'=ge lead in the Amer- had a -:pecial toast for Bob Rawls Is second at 150. Betty y ie-g) (Thl
fl a 3-2 and 5-4 Feler 'h finally crashed the Hicks and amateur Claire Dor anm N 021 Jy 8Ke r- a WEash. KoEo si
m White .x "top Il anmbug modern bw are tied for third fohiplace at 151. 0 0 N. .
Swi. te New York league winners. Feller's four- Miss Doran-&ea Clevnd asc Ihool-
"rei e certain of bei o e hitc toiump la -Sthe. r teacher---shot a 79 Thuraty,.Teabine (4-), FPasc00 a -14) an Pt
in place when they tookS a galue InI thke the i anity she tied with Mrs. Zaharlas. forl D we (
e lead in the National of his earsgr a figure et- the opening-round lead- t 72. an, r (3-2) Roberts, Ae C m organ (6-) an
ith a 9_5 win over the eleeed by "aninea pitchet. The 40-low scorers play the final hur4
Pirates. eIen the modemera.Shols today. (Conj .a .
The only modern pitchers who In men's golf, Freddie ass. (Night ,me) Washingo8401 01
old Series between th scored more victories during Junior, leads at the halfwayes Tork 200 IO500-0
wl I Giants always has their career than. Feller were mark of the Motor City Open hPittsborgh 000 01009-5 1 0 .ne (Y-1 1nd -0- 1
nto rded as the 'dreaoi Grover Cleveland Alexander, in Detroit. Has shot a .. .... four-
| "CC;Isvee1and and Loft Grove, Walter J dnqon, under-par 7. The Nw Otlean lnan4oanlkowk, MDnae aM, .
risty Mathewson, Eddie Ploar pro has a 36-hole card of 138. *ilhdmn--3). Mqlle adW-
Burle gh Grimes, Ted Lyons, Ep- en come Bill Markham of trum. Friend (3-), Hetil and (TwlHight)
SLaRioe and Red Ruffing. Be- De*troti at 140 and Tomm Bolt, Shepa Chi 100 r0 001- 4
S aeore laes n ht, Fell er as tied Gene Littler and John mer Cle 000 001 00 8 $
o withd arlHub- at 141. Truc (0-5) a Sawatal
nne andr Urban (Red) Aber. snna h01 bil 001- 4 9 2 Felder (or and Bgan.
Um -, ", ,Early1F Wynn survived two late Telep0 01ho0to-4
Chicagor Mllies to score his ninthMilwaukee 001100 0,
Sver Willame s vitin the nigha p and give Ma tineZ ATTEMPTED STEAL tFAILn New York Glant outfielder Monte Irvin rtetseconde 001100 36- 165 (Night Game)
*the ins a -5eean' edge In the sixth inning of thq Glants-Dodgers ame at the Polo Grounds N er catcher Valentine (7-7). Nuxhall, Cal- -o0 -1
A7 :,Insub the arry Dob Campanella's peg To second baseman JUn= 0031 111am beat the sliding Irvin. Shortstop Bty ln and inick.Nicholn (-6, Jh. (4-4)a
t oe aorer drove in five na ng CISION Cox backs up the play. Umpire isa PFrank Secory. The Giants won the game by a score of 5 o 2. Jolly abd derone.


.T.h ^ r. i nW i th e or, Bvc ee ( -)-t e and seli oiall Ith son. Colem an (9-i) and. M o*1
wiu rd trie toclin Od.iw..teoene, LLo DJu3 aU G ha,,- Szdpne a soccer e es erousy Wia bledonn .5 1( 6)ad P--" Ctnda. Gd ae):010 6: 0014
So f torme doeIn te ruwenluphe ia wheai, u ," r- -- Iv "" ,,, 8 o 00 0 3 0,
William.s' reflexes were slow sil7-e an the ni bot. TheinMB Sm he wor neR of tahoeu Crf-h o St.iw LdBfo 300 040 .0-6 9 o Trl-o,-6) ind ots ,
aan e tar et for vi ctry was Stone' s events mine w irRaon Fhen tee i *
1 h-roux ndof i n idr r t Uniedaot Wrt dn othe 3psa oa n A i n R-4De -) eaLrn e S i a
him efrt' round and three Tuns lli t_ e MaWi AragonraUned Press oport rer another nhuuls opeter gomt. and arnC. PolleItt (4-4), Tremel
Tsent him to the canvas, and Whi.te eattrove up this fall.. ast year, the and ooper.
-. two iant.cih rolled "We'd like Kid Gavilan," eaid NEW YORK, July 3 Sports WildcatJ played (o a hug. Phil- W
tw.dm unme.,ifull.0,,o. YorBera's .t .*._V itaM Daly, "but ma--e we're .o l Louo__. CdSe sS ri -- sl Wi--edo

fa r.alan nsM, Id thenegt a n D l tm II t Ble e g Town went daf om toh -a de0 eorcal g e hai t, WBLEDON, JRuly 8 (P)- S TON WING 0. Loui sA) -4

W ialimse refexe oee t honwa 7'A or wekv he ntDode mv wa aioftcesith ev ery Mauee TFonuoe0ts0 0i- 7 iLawe 1,i -0 (0lE u rt is ul
wasetabgtrstvwasStone's nnt FiyI yewar-idfhie series r's
-ain, ,tetsto ud threl e ane d innin-m rlwih a'earUnited Ps u o whn Wit comesn t t eleao hers onemil M A 'a eesOa Chuck Moan ther, Kansas' new ot st year. O
senthetoth i nn n lld ranum N.h ,d shoe h ne brohgsoo oer st ae on ats h isf tiYuse e rthee wer a a se o e yir
o i o h"mr ga oimsrot ed na fhedWre' ndulieidaotoo"esid:4 meworlK J aly. o ; M S lpsof r te ianlts, who db.tla summer e e. D. r l

14, r ora oubeta of e -d- ewro ertaf,6trmtendre ultwhen ftR~H EOiMi. op. cW k il
-titaonw"n2M0Ill .thbil.Au n tO hlkOl at nianthn He dad it with consummate he ilo nwentida this w eahek l rmptcang o inetoo uyV
2'rh dSG .l- i _he af ivs the Phil-sktll tending offe there ragon e from someone over at the Broklyn power and I I wt h a Motheer dKasas'n
_tsh Il sigad fto ormPatesdnN o.sfedatPhilseeltrieoht i"heh eaelu pelayt nd .om fwtn "hmplw-nst bear down hadeer ln them Will: ole"u ofd fou
oe ta is h oth nIu wa arerh team" red sults... Reports from than otraneh odbablsy cmrlaid led, AtIA
toeleaov t he r ln d rs.h e all* cepton and thb hander ho Vple na sidam ble hito Onll__ eer__ild__KI
JI tohprotect the Ronura hee-rn h or thernogihou ilft arndfrossthey wtpth enworl _ndbaonokeem aevIofnthes.amwhod
Leafs I I- the Phties, Who have won six Boy's face was a chred mes collapse when radio listeners cl e bA r o ienasT Co F FORTS on
Ti 11. sralght and nine of their teAt the end. Arahon hpd a bro-l heardAustria wgwn -.hd a the toL. MisO on-T-
fsarinThe German team ,warmed -nelly had done o In I In Sailing: Fifteen Days f:
Ane h ooo was Ae Wslsen d n ou1,hu ar d brs eyover a aneeuldsrnd at Spiet after
wes i f.out oh In a row for the slump- iedi s alled ta it t e winne the ttle for the fi
."t slshehad ie Mt o lrns ome oo ernthBr ynt n angl: tHouston n New Oseons

DImt 1.0o mdlove wit sponathree-hit- and refuopsed taldi needed to beat out arch aer and July 4th-Morland rus. -lier
h thr for Reond shuout and the lpressihtenest be llsthenanyope.elsstemSting3: ver "Tn Days for:
tbeat.1eThtheoo1dd-makerers.-teabbed ments... A Brslla fan eauat July 1gth-docelsior vs Sliver of Rex a and Mervyn
ad -aM ie ., O agthee hom b erl ine the Mintar, waitrife eamd ded-snwnhed Vit ant nr.hlow Rope. ed f+or Hdt.nos" 8f New0York Pi -

Larry 1ctrolt onwent,-e and ie orady Mls tteean fvoea-lost a bet and lay down in the e watermncontinues to .RhonI entheyl downed the-
way fodrf ouheo fRed Wg m me thwasmthRkle in tn proved their oed Judg- street ntl cope hauled him a The leathenrmaothenw No- ln eP pa o nlI t InSTI re'
C oarnabandstmpnortanattrSiesA6-4,f -6 (Grulf V e.mphal at tVilerAfo ra& -. 3
ment by b Argonsn ose way P ofsolidom l antc side cricket dl the Surreyl- -.- d(.)e s we
Vowed the Leafs seven hit. It. oton R rowr to an 8-4 e s in the seond round. And sme uewaen complain- Wanngderers match of lae Sunday :."
wst hr snth victor of the dit over the Phildelpha Athle- t was boxer versu puncher r e- w eosat a Ae -
thi e other American thruran tonedtheharder rhcallblaws edp athat S"isslpacewandere was redout at a APLY: -. .
o thadftafot.hrewCole rplaynm "spaaise e brutality" onremigin hl alTs.hedlve r C fd .
a otalrfused-oi stwafeeprtoe-outama r plae scla e then ad .
pundomrsecoand sh teu w n theo leather that connected w res ms. Nothing like a forfeit which was, howeTver. O n :

me. waile4"A1cofpenofm7,1fhtpepdea1o0,262meats.hAppenedlinBrooklyndiledbteegu. It so adMen.
l the*"F In ts bother ..aPaul Richards of the Whe when the CuitrrtM. H ey batomer we..a....ubef.
Martinez, a18e7favorite.Ma- lost2,ox apparently Is unconcerned dmissed bY veteran bowlersId ne
t pover the fvace that hios club hs "Srooner" nttn- anld Ops adlNdoRofanyToo
Ty"o.drop6ed baek to third after Athern for a total of 7er Ins dCT RTHallIUa
SbyAragon'ss leading LYely..- "I don't n- A. Cr1ow top-sored with tI.aT-eam W L Pet. -, __ ENTER T__-ZR __
boasv hsagomember ever predlctic ordmruk- Atsbat,ethcWanderers'eelevn.TorontoolotSn

"a agis u o= .ties iLtheom e rAerr i gre clinch the i ni nadi t by the All- the trundlng of Ml nott, Frank- M treal
LfPa'g ameso t M ny ul. whf atsti st sure he'll lick five wickets for 21 runs whenke P vnacuied g5jh sa
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"rck In the neck may have ry CC. h comle it pl- Ottawa 8 49 .04
..10 Lui, cost him two of .olomom's lead-Ing schedule with .w n aouhnull;- .- h s, howe .ver.' A,:.'- I
-ing titles the U and Broitish tlon of 40 points. wxyelsior C.C.,u
oneArTeDAort.,.au,. i2sit on remaining, wheleLfvorl ty CdC. __,_-_-._--. m 4

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