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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
 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.
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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: AA00010883:00459
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ANNIVERSARY


161 CENTRAL AVE. MAIN STORF ONLY
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Sthe i. ss 1o 3 aguinal the taues. t' .
owi wMlack .. .ukept open for *Sgo ease
kn Bother r vo ,i pota.a. Wl S te Banking -m onm t le o o .40
0" Is l U Increasu;,. bas recommended Itsca my. -i
04'Bw= rtwt( oernrtA: iiplftlae that f orego to about 6 gom aditlon;
ns gadU- Congress set ask 00u"nt odate g W.o1 ak.o red to m ore
sooner than At .T bar n 9 Lan on By the HoUide
needed to, action on fAa See a vote ad 10 IIaS*t `3 .yV t a si

-I .u 'the lap t tl 'a- the "M en aw on aeip prm e
"to potal ai uab bie W is le- sE after cording 1 t,. as t crwend ofa
4 1thecbi o auhcntl" o ,met at ., ,,--,- a nd
*kted by the IfDt worker whe m ti-heviai"stto requcat. outd serm nraS
administration fmeI r hkd It i u ills:SeIa outdoor eeeft no
witha presi1dotaasure ...to In. Republican leader ild:eeat F. id.
i h..prov at lustosneadmstradonin
has been Writt i abversivEbill. He did not
T1eue oste a reior orpora ove eoedn a-
bsy Sdidhhlation a Senate GOP Poica e
several other iftqnm Eu.- Presldeor Committee chira Homer N .

ise- w n e'd Uo linn e l ouie.ltlv e --- to *1.tip 6S'
am n. oThie olnd. w sFei n ^ ^an Bld he expects "Moat"
r-e la p-anti-fed bills to be enacted. Sen.
w lwrii- "~l~IM" mgs l aicte Democrat icleader Lyndom B. dt i
ra n T a teot a Johsion was doubtful o tboe

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.Ithe pres idpt told hig: hews con- forming .crobsU a
ilferehce Wednesday he would be Lord Byroin considered his box- crowd when Idt.
i/, bitterly .disap~tl4d to me side- ing Instructor, "Gentleman Jack- meted out ,of control i
l triCked '. sonam," Inftelyt superior to his coL fouht to leap els .
I ousin: Sent- to ttf White lege classmate., according to the asIt mowed -
S Hboume b the SBinte WIneday, Encyclopedia Britannica. through the crowd.
the bill contains a-nmt ', te ad.
minstration' reeomeation s a '
for spurring home-buy. bdt tOJ e :
ith a dratiall own So onV ery .,
version of Mr. Z a ioweri pub.- "
Ul; hbodsil proposals. Do_,. miss i,
Tam', Senat..lderq hope for miss Its.
early passage of a Heuae.aplrov. '
edcomiroms- ta-roviion bill -
changesit sought, but not i the MADURITOS ENORMOUS ULE
requested relief for corporation .E
stockholders. A,-
Farm legislation: Senate ex- I MATTTl r
pected to act next week on House. Ie JL. MAD URr.JL. jr -
aproved bill permitting a system *.".
supports, sought by the adn minis-
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Announces the opening of their
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to get to dumnmY for two more
dtsards on tSe lubs, and m"
three discards would levo yon
with mone heart loir.

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To UtShs FalL .H
oxei n ueltuy today in b 1nor
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Abaadora arr Drvid Cas-
troo a ZaalaidmoW nt of
welcome to which D]vAa rpl-
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Adinouer Plans
Two Brief Visits
STo US This Fall
cenor Xonmd AdnaSuer ulanm
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staser this fall. ,oarnBmot
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* WEDDING BANDS
* WATCH BANDS


- ..- O)ETE


* PLATED
BOLLOWARE
* CIGARETTE LIG
* CERAMICS


CRYSTAL

CARPETS
CAMERAS
BABY ITEMS
ITERS GIFTS
MEN'S JEWELRY


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SALE STARTS JULY 31st


YOUR DOLLAR GOES MUCH FURTHER DURING A CASA
FASTLICH -ANNIVERSARY SALE

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STOl] 141 CENTRAL AVENUE. PANAMA


22nd Anniversaky Sale.



~ We reconuend --
That as .a Panamanlan you can further the national
i- Conomy by onsuming National products. Make your
BALBOA stay in Panamn. You will also find that
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SPECIAL PRICES
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Royal Mounted Canadian Whisky
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* Rattan Styles New and Different from to strands
* Mahogany Living Room, Dining Room and Bedroom Suite ai

* [lE l"1 Nylon Rugs ail Colors
---:r^r-Ja^ Tri Twist Cotton Rugs -allColia
* Chinese Hand Wowen Rugs .- --

Lamps Bedside, Table, Floor In all Color and DesiJ

* Italian Pottery, Ashtrays, Vases, Novelties

.^^In' Famous c,&. t.g Stain and Water Resistant Fabri.
See the actual Demonstration Try it youtmlf.;


Other Fabrics in New and Modernistic Designs.
Luscious New Colors ice pink, heavenly biue,
pumpkin, tangerine.


Don't Miss this Show Never Before has such and Array-of RW,.,
Rugs, Lamps, Fabrics, Novelties been assembled urider one roof I
Panam. .."-1.
Come in Browse around Select what you like

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ts of "The Girl of the Golden either Fela or Charebl's eigar-1
st," *- 'iul-fledged opera, over they've b b ee M asd a few
and's BBC TV' net-work in hundred tusand ae. The ap.-
fall. But there may be an pie that v&c, at and the cherry
national incident before the tree George W lahite chok ed -
sat begins. In one scene, she down are ether pretty aeve e
a horse, and the English All in all, tou. Twenty
t her to use an English sad- Questions" keeps roSlng along in
lane says t was to be a good shape. A the ripe young
tern saddle. And there the age of eight, it's the oldest es-
r stands now. tablished game-quiz around and
o's lucky they're giving her a it was the first to make the bib
se. The Engliso usually prefer jump to television.
S'orae. I Shows what you can do with a --
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ou might think that, after eight Utiol
ir of playing "Twenty ues- Come Aug. 11, ere'll be a big
nce a week, the Van ev., anniversary, i a small way. That .
family would be slightly bor- da te W iark the sath broadcast
With the game. Ah but .you of CB-TV's Pabt Ilue .. ..i
dbe wrong. They sill like it, Bosts. .
play tt-in the car riding home If you're thinking of sending a
Princeton, N. J., after the show ft, the '60M Anniversary et a'
play it two or three timesioing beat is called the Arica!s g FyWvaw 7.1q
week whilt eating dinner, nnl :erary -"'
;I Xs3i them good last night."' I Ha-ha! Then sh
Fred Van Deventer, the lord l Department Of Utterly Usviess I'll go
d master of the cla. I gavKnowledge-Bill Cullen, who does
m the leafy armn from the r ng o radl T a
m.,Trees,' and they couldn't anybody exec"t that cigaret-smok.
it ji. ng penguin, has one program for
jNBC-radio called "Road Show,"
TOPPERS It's desgned for people driving.
i So Bill asked listeners to sul -
JACK CARSON (NBC-TV): I mit names of real people which
't know why I play the are similar .road exressions.
Sever wins the girl. I dr. Among the entries Tre--
*eke cheat, stay out all night Rhett Liht. Ph R. p, Bar
what more could any girl ask? Filter and Andy Freese.
- --- Johnny Desao is one of these
"AbeAt sone every sis .moat,l" rarest of rare brds-- handsome
Mrs. Van Deventer, who,' as male singer with a lot of male
lrence Rinard, also p aers on fans. That's because he got
SBC-TV show, "Po us w ll start signing in t- Army du g UNITED
c t ag rt e hrdest we of a.- World War vocalizing with Ma *e
Weakest link n a chaln. That jor Glenn Miller's band.
i1 vt nyunS1amable."" Once, Johny dys, ofsit o 11 I L
"It s ,sd Van venter la found their ra the b
* the program. Somebody sent soanthey crowed enemy aMes and
in aad we missed it. Well, we swiped another set from the Nes
Me playing In the ear orth a Io..- Just so t could hear the
oy bmre d Jeh nnyMree Miler.Destmod iro4as n T a's
* was on then, picked t h t aIJobh.y's .toi7, Aihw. New Orleans Se.it
Qbiet gain. We went 19. ques- And, says the Coral Record sing- -
s" and still couldn't get it. It's eor many of his 91d bu~ddes and 08.8. "VERAGUA"
for some reason." lefow GIs are still loyally follow- 3.8. "MARNA"
ow you how unbored they tW his career. Nobody much does .. "AGG3Rg l
I with e game, Van Deventer any swooning or scresching, but .8. "HTmURRAS"
She has missed no shows at he says It' niBe have some $5.5. "CHIaRIQUI"
ainee they first went on. back fans, even without bobby-sou. 8.8. "AVENMIR ..
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ly one. "And tL'he says -Franklin, X. s -theo opljr "aiA
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S B U e t is strengthening heml-
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S de b Dr. MUiton lsenhower,
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II Benuett' nspoce before the In-
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S telnatlidat .Cooper at I on at
P Ies.va'.la State University
Ir. owopraerflrt., Ws.
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sites for ood relations aniong
the nations f-this hemisphere"
were clearly brought out by Dr.I
Elsenhower la his recommenda-
tions to the President. They are:
(l) tha necatsty formunderstand-
nl among governments aPd peo
ple, (a the needle for mutual re-
a aspect, (3) the sovereign. equality
*of state, 4(4) thtr need.for mutual
wllho [security and an adequate system
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moGH IN THW X5 Agvirl's lrt Jet:'&rmaport, tht Boelh g
W. cruises over now 'Mt trainer, near Seattle, Wastu
T: e aneba flown to at M .ve 4a fet and at pd
of mr ore than, W miles n As na mlt ..y pla_ e the .mal
Boeing foltld be called tbl lt S|atotanlTer., and He capable of
aerial refueling of the Air free's ewat and ftasteant Jet bodbfl
and tighter. As a com a pePort,,the -plane wouldM e
known as the Jet Stratol an err n W to 130 pa r-
gerj. It st powered by fout Pratt and Whitney JT- L enr.ge
faith, develop a devotion to Latin America's exports: a strong
republican dens, desiring lUh*r- hemisphere defense system haa
ty or 0or"wve and our chile been built up, largely tOh
drep, and not hesitating to take U.S. military, assistance po-
up ams to achieve tha liberty gms and U.. private capital
fm our mother' countries. id invutment hozgu. bave
It has become a habit In this floed nto Latin America t .a
hemisphere to blae new paths e.'record total of 6,U00QOODA .
Jl nPtrhtatbnal eollabora "" Tn
e developed Bere have tlen .,fCftded a_
often pread-to other parts of theLatin Ameriae l aan
m l we do. In thisroomnsu
Owe wold, Beanett reminded tle H believe in
men. He believes In rfi 6
audience. .solldrity. He knows the.J
, T two-specific examples of stat. practice es deinfter at
how Uted States is current- home, ealres peaee In the wprld
Shelpm ti American na- iad harbors no territodrial aio1-
tlons, cnttit_ these .e- tlon, be has. fAith in our sen-
eomrn na:r W U.S. Pt- trial Ideallpm and In t.he e
tram. for th exchange of sty- lncelty of our appre. s.h. He
enta. hat.'brojpght something area with us the condition
ver, Jo,000"' men. and women to t In this hemisphere a re
U.S. college this year alone; our still building. striv to fulfill
Industrial and defense machine the great promise of a new or-
buys fully 50 per cent of all of der of the axes."

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No. 38 J. F. de la Ossa Ave.
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41 Nattkonal Ave. (AudAow) T$AtPI


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Watchaking science.. teing the eict time and
day elthe month... accurately, automatically.
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keeps it going... enough so chat .en off your-wrist
it wi n for over a fll day and night. .
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every 4 hours. Simple, sturdy, foolproof... the
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MIRIE1A P ECIADO 7 Str ee lt 1 A' ALDO
MOIRiSON i- o0t July Ave. & J LSt. IAt-'. 1t o
FOTO DOM FA-MACIA SL lATURRO
SJusto Areeie"s Ave. and 33 L Mli. LeWO ae
LOURDES PiARMAC! FARMACIA LOMBARDO
W2 La i Carriasquma Fourth of .uly Ave.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN r
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELL
Household .Automobiles DR. WEADEHAKE^,
.----*- Ic, Day & Nigh
FOR SAL.E:-Bomboo ,ivingroom ser FOR SALE.-ue id trip, 1954 Ch Avenue 709, bes
*" (12-strandl. sofa, 4 chairs and 3. ta- roletr -elSAir c iWrtblo W 3000 aler. Phone 2-34
S bles, ver clean, priced to sell for miles. Telephone 3-054t7. KNOW P
$225; 6-month-old bamboo din- PFR SALE: -1951 Pontiac 4-door BOQUETE AN
"* Ingroom set. table 40"x60' with I deluxe, Hydraomtic. radio, under- 3 FULL
extra 16" least and 2 arm choirs, 4 coated, one owner, one driver Tour through the
choi ith geen cushion, price S 200. 5191-. Parsons Street, Dia- Panama to Boquete
5 :; lso1 1952 Kelvinator.rfri- bib. Phone 2-,5 . nopte. Inn. Tour Ie
eetor,. s60- FOR SALE-- 1'l Pakar qd n day, August 6h. rr
a *1$225; Kenmoe goas range, 4 w/ tires. eater, upholstery, For information
burners. center grille, 6ven. sepor- original owner 985.Gall82-S231. M" JAUNTS, I
S ate broiler. deluxe model, very during office hpyr. .. .. .EL PANAM
* clean, price 5135 Ave. Jus o Aro- FOR SALE:-- '50 Chevrolet 2-door. F
semeno No. 92, 40 East St. Tel- new condition. Phone Cristobal 3- FOR
--P one 31-510-,-- 14s10....... .. . . ieehla
FOR SALE -5-piece bamboo living- FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Crestline 4-
room set. 9 solid mahogany dining- door sedan, less than 10,000 miles. FOR SALE Noo
room set. A good buy. phone 3- Rodio. iun-visor, ventshades and r Street, 7036. Nc
2595. house 351 -A. New Cristobal. perfect condition. Phone 2-3069 "re'sed Ihquire"
FOR SALE -Light mahogany 7-draw- Balboa._ FOR SALE -The b
or kneehole desk. glass top with FOR SALE--1949 Ford V-8 2-dcor at the best prices;
4 chair; Lester Spinet piano & bench, sedan. blue. Body, engine, tires and nity of getting
2 eight-drawer dresser chests, light point In very good condition. Full with the last 2 d
mahogany. 5191 Parsons Street. price $625. For further information ceipts. VILANO
Diablo. Phone 2-3567 call 2-3785 after 4 p.m. No. 115, Panama
5$OR SALE -Liv.n lornset:; London FOR SALE:-- 1952 SMiler Rodlter, FOR SALE --25-cyo
flat-arm sofa: London flat-arm club' pdet. dition, only 7000 mii. changer. House
"aboa sO8. 5.000n diteon, only 7000 mies,
choir; Cogswell open-aim choir ond pr ij$O. Car emeieeetd. ti.. Rood, Apt. 17. b
ottoman $300 789 Baerneby Street, ngng evavilable. U Mr. lskild- FOR ALE: Reol
Balboa. 2-4413. men, Colon Motors, Tel. 2-16691- linen laces, also n
FOR SALE: Frigidaire refrlgtrator, Dodee. Hllmian deolelr, ribbons, buttons
; 25 cycles, cheap; livingroom furni- FOR SALE:-1948 Chevrolet 2-door, tillos. Open from
A. ure. etc. House 458, Ancon, C.Z radio, spotlight, good condition. Tuesday through I
STelephone Balboa 1408. 45.000 miles, original, owner $475. nel Jimenet, Pere
FOR SALE: Portable dishwasher. Fort Clayton 4128. Apartment 2.
runs on water pressure, rustproof, FOR SALI:-1953 I uleik ijleal il,. .Seoled bids, in triple
large capacity. Call 2-3490. le Cpe, Dynaflow, andi, witeq ceived in the office. c
SALE -Household effects House ust trim6700r- d instruction
201. Ancon. Phone 2-1809. leintel eas t530384, p"e '5200 k .Canal Company, Balt
Lo Will finance. Keelo, 007 Hourleko nal Zone, until 10:
SSALE:- 2 bamboo arm chairs REodAnon. Tel. 2- 1055. 31, 1954, and then
1 33-strandl with foot stools $5 eo.. for furnishing all plI
large custom-built baby bed with 3 meant, labor, service
large built-in drawers and inner- except certain Gov
. prlng mattress $20. House 712-D. F ALad materials), and f
Nlboa Prodo. Phone 2-2812. R l E e work for Constructioi
R SALE:- New Kelvinator refri-Ral tate postal Facilities at Ra
rator, 9-cu. ft., deep freeze, egg FOR SALE:-.House and 8,000 meters Canal Zone except f
Sftray, 60-cycle $200; Estate gas fenced land in Santa Clara. Terms.' cavating and backfil
onge, 4 burners, grill, broiler. pot. Hadstate. Navy 3295. tine outfall pipe line.
...uSals, specifications,
ne cortoPrtment. bottle or natural FOR SALE --Not mopt valuable lot on lors may be obtained
n 1w $15. Qtrs. 335-A, Fort Trans-Isthmioan Highway. Not worth tre; Contract and
Sr call SFC Rchrdsn present $10,000. This is valua- sion, Room' 343
Sble property, close to Pono=m, nar (Telephon. 2-3739
nw' Ltosl Ang eles Dm pli cons-' n-.


WANTED
h Mbellaneous
AE ICAN EMPLOYE, lerge company
Srdent, Panama.re, seeks unfurnish-
: ed three-bedroom house with gar-
den In select location. Phone G.
Potfs, Panama 2-0511.
ANTED:-Ladies to test .their luck
by buying at Vilanovo and having
Chance to g-t Items free with the
two laot digits of their purchase re-
Scelipts. VILANOVA, 115 Central
Avenue, Panama.

SFOR SALE
Bomat & Motors
R SAL6--T6" plywood open boat
with new 25-hp. Johnson motor.
Phone 5-453, Gotun.

LESSONS
ODEAN AND POPULAR piano p -0
Ing fought. Rapid I-year course ftr
beginners. Bennett'I Studib, Tel.
2.1282.
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OFTHE WEEK


Selected


USED CARS
THE BEST AT THE
LOWEST PRICES I
NM Rambler Cua-
S* 3 I. s. The
popular car
In perfect cea-
ltion ... ........ .IIM.
11 Verd VI Custom 4
Id a. Radio, White
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hi, Radio, White
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-W. ., e, enKl iviopmen ii good
location for business, warehouse or
residence. 72 feet constocltien Itne
on Trans-lathmian. 34!'a feet-on
11.5th Street. Worth over $3.500.
Retiring, leaving Isthmus, need
money. Selling fir 12.750. Meiss-
ner, 582-B,.Anccn Iavd.. Ancen.


nan o IV TWiu -ulunao
Kinonea, 13, of Dever, Col.,
drinks a toast while hitting in
the great chair of the, Lord
Mayor of Loadon, EIiland. Don
Is one of the 48 American boy
now visiingEfuOlaad'e capital
o on ana expenae-pald tour.



NEW TIRES


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with your
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USED TIRES
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LEWIS SERVICE
i1n Cana Ave.-

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ANEOUS
New Medical Clin-
it service.' Central
side Capitolio The.-
479, Panama.
ANAMA
ID VOLCAN
DAYS
entire interior of
e. Stop at Pono-
aves Panama Fri-
turns Sunday eve-
n phone "JUNGLE
Panama 3-i660.
A HOTEL.
SALE
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vedades Eliso. 9th
reasenoble offer
upstairs. Colon.
est ladies apparel
also the opportu-
our purchase free
digits of your ie-
VA, Central Ave.
3.
cle R.C.A. record
No. 0852. Balboa
ieiween 3-4.
Valenciepne and
ylon straw braids,
ond Spanish rnon
9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Friday. Ave. Coro-
'jil. House No. 7,


icqte, will be re*
of the Engiperinl
director aonama
boa Heights, Co-
00 o.m, August
publicly opened.
ant, tools, equip-
s, and materials
ernment furnish-
or performing oU
n of Sewage Dis-
ihbow City in the
ir underwater qex-
ling for the mra-
Formt of propo-
snd fuU particu-
I from the office
Inspection Divi-
Balboo Heights
9 ar 2-2698).
(rowigs will be
f $40.00 per set.
ited IL specificj-
ird not returned
days after open


FOR A:E 6 Uprigit pieno, good
condition. Qtrs. 563-B, Hospital
Area. Corozot.
FOR SALE: Nearly raw 25-cycle
power tools; Atlas wood lathe 10"
swing, 40" centers with 1/3-hp.
motor $65; Atlas belt-disc sander
'2-hp. motor $65; Atlos floor
model drill press !z-hp. motor 300-
3750 rpm spded control $145; Del-
to flocr model 14" bond saw '6-1
hp. motor, dozen blades $150; f I or
model flexible shpft ,-hIp. m..or.
swivel stand $22.50. Have large
assortment of accessories for above
tools to make anything from pic-
ture molding to furniture. 4-drawer
steel, legal use, filing cabinet
$22.50. If you are seeking junk do
not come around, See at Gorage
Star, No. 3 Amador Rood, corner
Plonk, Balboa, 7 p.m. Friday to 5
p.m. Saturday. 8-8 Sunday. Phone
Gaines 2-3047.
FOR SALE.-Upholstered couch and
chair $95; 1952 edition Encyclo-
pedia Americana $175; 1952 edi.
tion Books of Knowledge $65; 1946
Buick 4-door stiaon, good transpor-
totion with 5-10-5. Insurance paid
for 11 months $175. Phone 86-
4225.


FOR RENT
Room01
FOR RENT: Peoutifully furnished
room, private both, double couch,
icebox, steve, kitchen cabinet. No.
3, 52nd Street. Tel. 3-0638.
FOR RENT,-Purnished room with all
conveniences. Ave. Peru No. 34,
Bellao Vista.
FOR RENT:---Furnished rooms in the
city and 2 rooms in Sabonos. For
information: Estudinte St. No. 98.
FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished room.
private bath, near Hotel El Panama.
Meals available. Call 3-1789, 2-
1693.f'
FOR RENT:-For couple, big furnish-
ed room, kitchen, gas, refrigerator,
iron and washtub. 31st Street Eost
No. 9. nor Olympic Swimming
Pool.
FOR RENT: Comfortable cl e a n
rmom, maid's service. Reasonable
rate.l No. 5 "1" Street, opposite
Trpicbl Theater. Tel. 2-1541.


FOR RENT; FOr couple, spacious
fuwn I d raom, kitchen privileges
prlk4esawes aend both. G.I. in-
Wiect-d"" eanabhl. 4th of July
Avwue N- 21, Apt. 3. Entrance
opposite Roosevelt Hote.
Wanted Position


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BLLA VISTA!
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RESORTS I
Gramlich Santa Clara Beach cottages.
Electric refrigeration, gas doves.
Moderate rates. Phone 6-401 or
4-567.....
SHRAPNEIL'S furnished h o u s e s on
beach -at Santn Clara. Telephone
TIfOMPSON, Balboa 1772, eve-
nings.


FOSTER'S COTTAGES. one mile post
Samo Clara. Low rate. Phone
Balboo 2-1866.


MiWil e. Oeanside cottage, Sant*
Clara. BOx 435. BoIbod Phone
Parinma 3-1877. Cristobel 3-1673.
BEST PLACE for y>ur family's summer.
vocation! Comfortable Club Com-
pestre In cool El Voile. Only SQ
miles from ferry. Newly remodeled,
under American management. Coll
Tiv9% Travel Agency, I8 T1 v AvW,,
Tel. Y20465. .. .I


Coabn in COOL Cerro Compana.Mcfn-
tains. TelepHone THOMP6ONi Boal
boo 1772, evenings.

FOR RENT
Houae
FOR RENT: Completely fAirtsfed
concrete cottage, I bedroom, large
living-dningroom. kitchen, both,
Servel refrigerator, in Arroilan, on
International Highway, 6'2 miles
from Novy base. Sign at entrance:
Johnson.
FOR RENT:-Three-bedroom chalet.
with or without furniture. Coil Tel.
3-2281 qfter 4 p.m.


FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bedroom
house in Las Cumbres, including
stove, refrigerator, hot wot4r $100.
Call 6-105, Gambos.
FOR RENT: Furnished 2-bedroom
chalet, 2 porches, livingroom, din-
ingroom, maold's room $150. Via
Espoho 2021, facing "Pan IdeaL"
Telephone 2-3056.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTIENION 0. 1. Just built modern
furnished aportmets, one, two
bedroom, hot cold water. -Tel-
epEone Panaom 3-4941 .
FOR RENT:. Furnieidr and unfuti
wished 2-rgom modern apartments.
/Contact Alhambra A0artments, 10th
Street, tel. 1386, Clon. I


FOR REiT:--AIortmeint above Cen-
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue.No. 141. Inquire Central The-
ater, manager's office.
I RENT:-- Three-bedroom apart-
ment, living & diningroom, maid's
room, hot water. Tet 3-2279.
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
oportment, 51st Street No 42. Un-
fumnished. For furtei tells call
Zubieta: 3-1802, 3.33.7 ,
FOR RENT: .- FUmir d 2-bedraom
apartment, very Ipoclous. The best
yeou can -get ,et $90. Inquire at
43rd Street No. 58. Bella Vista.


FOR RENT--2-bedrem apartment,
screened $60. No. 56, Bellsario Po-
rros Ave. Apply for keys Apartment
No. 6. Telephone 3-0541.
FOR RENT: Smrl apartment, one
bedroom, eittlngrem, kitchen, etc.
$50. 1st treet. Prajil, No# 13,
Telephone 3410.-
FOR RENT:--Nige. cool 4,bdrom
apartrdrit, two perches, hot uwa'ter.
Vista del Mar. Call Tel. 3-554 I.


FOR RENT:--Modern brand new 1-
bedrorn.epotmenrt, wonderful lo-
cation near Hotel El Panama, with
hot water, all creened. Goro ep-
tional. Available August 1st. Coll
3-3421,.
FOR RENT:-Nice furnished aport-
ment with .refrierator, gas stove.
Military inspected. Via Porras No.
99.
9 .
FOR RENt:-rC atm eartment, inde-
pendent, furnisded, 3 roms, spo-
cious balcony $85. Maolno Arose-
mena 77. .Teephene 2-3056.
FOR RENT;:'- Furnished apartment
for a couplE without children. Well
located. Tel. 3.1405.
FOR RENT:.- Spacious department, 3
bedrooms, 2 bethrooms, livingroom.
diningroom, wash tubl Vie Wleiso-
rio Porras 226,_


FOR RENT:-- lewted furnmihe
aparoptment, splendid for one or two
couples. 43rd Street No. 13, elja
Vista.


WILLIAM E PRICE, Attac-. Ameri-
can Embowy, design to rent unfur-
mshed 3 or 4-bedoom house. Tel.
ephon Embassy or Hotel Tivofi.


FOR SALE
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riginal tires OnCMKnt condition,
duty paid. 2050-. Curundu.


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win baea-
newl i n ra6gwle *osth1 hml-
a.m. at the Cmmunity B

h C oin Aquarium So-
clety WI id its regular 'othb.
ly mwtoaM Augugt 4 at 7:30_p.m.
at th, an La Does Ro.s
Balboo. te. ."ting wil be a
fareweR. to th Pasident. Mr. M.
A. Bur who pla. tW leave In
the near ure for resaignmeit
in the United States.
Mr. Jamia Marchuch will speak
on "Propagation of Plant Life in
the Aquarium."
Members who have not yet re-
ceived their metbeiship cards
are asked to contact the secreta-
ry. Mr. Paul W, Mpohl.
Militaq personnel, their famil-
ies and e public of the Canal
Zone and the Republic of Panama
are Invited.to attend.

Plans Complete
For Benefit Show,
Movie At La Boca
Arrngements h4ve been com-
plett for a movie ahd stage
show sponsored bv the La Boca
Benefit Aid Society for presen-
tation at the La Beca theater on
August 3 at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
T'himovie will feature Ddward
G, Robinron in "Brother Orchid"
and the stare ahow will feature
a *me of "futtrf stars," in-
uCing Charlotte Gooden, A-
tnaud Boxe, Ionrd Thomas,
X W Perez.
M ^, ... Sandlfrord
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TROPICAL ELECTRONICS
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TRANSPORTED
BAXTER, S.A.
Packer, Sbiprs,
Movers
Teis.: 2-2562 & 2-2451
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PANAMONTE. BOQUITEY

ACUARIO TROPICAL
PET SHOP
IN STOCK:
Parrot cages m0 eL
4* Via Zapafa Tel. -6411
(Beside Central do Lecheriu)


Rainbow City
Civic Council
Meets Wednesday
The monthly meeting of the
Rainbow Ci Civie Council l
be held on wednesday, Aug. 4 at
the newly constructed ymnIa
turni Rainbow City,
ing at 7 00 p.m.
Aside from the recent cotfer-
ance With the Canal Zoe Ad-
Wilnstratio, d t fopu-
Son includes. school Ui
insurance, probable aM I
ment of Spanish
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8 1 0O N, Juf-ly 30 (UP)- ban carried In the social, l. ..
S. .. --mun-cat.ons omf .thei be slabitlted elsewhere.- i l
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c onange roedutd at&SWO C t.l are7ms-i'te wmao


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the sLgf has a ha 4&W that
th'se hueirbe named, -
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Ito oc"at burea ton turbash
Lamb bf Aug. 15 a"a eaJ
SbUd almegat oin." The wUt
it dad,: would specify which
his deabop 41 any 4 penwunlats
flptloA Ir a _egedMObe fly
The' a said it 6iMS not be-
lieve Lamb "is entitled- to" tt-
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S of the charges that he formerlyI
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gfatlo. In Ju-0 thflrjOsBImIuuo
ordered a pin 0 h2lle Oe f
whether Lam'e denial Of Mfoer
CoMinumlnt me&bohlD or asoa-
c'&la1o was "tre, correct and
accurate."
The: beM orenally W
scheduled tor wedneis,.
but has been postponed to Seft.
15.
i The FCC said that by furnilh-
InR more detailed information to
4 e Lamb it wqulc "facilitate the
dhlstlion of the proceeding."
LmbJL head or a number of
radto Md televlion stations and
n epaPe Ohio, Penmsylva-

'Th olive branch and 13-arrows
Int he talonq.. tle e eagle i' the
coAt arm of the Uas ted,States
S dothe S. power of space san
S wak which i vested in Congress.,


a '* ra mw *mIM ln. BMW
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tt names Ashould reoh.
desk typewritten, double spaced,
n paragraph form. not tabulat-
h ls m ged girls
r o mbe cnld, ehad but

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sete ahea*ld. bwen r-poMw .
rech the desk in news-atoy
m, "typewritten and lo0uble-
spaced. A sggeatlon sheet. to
I aecretarl ad 'pubblV
l 4n4. 1an1a pepable g Sulta'*
Releases, is being' prepared Iand
will be available on request.


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Spiece set, "Am len" style ..................................
3 iece set, le .......................................
3 piece et, 'r ityle" ..................................
3 piece room set ..............................
Bam bo Ce ter ..........................................
AdJotnIn LIvis rom tables No.-981-C ....................
Bamboo Megan. uders .....................................
a otoB ooe .......a.............. .........
68 z 91 Co I M S ......... ..................................
8tandingp m Ao.. with mirror ................................
Standing Wood Ashtrays ....................................

FOR YOUR DINING ROOM
"Cincuentenarlo" style seta ... ........................
Carved diningf room sets No. 219, Walnut color ................
Varnished .d ur room at N. 106 .........................
Varnished dingar room sets o. 105 ..........................
Off-white dning room sets No. 1035 ..........................
Mirrors for d ar 8"40" ............................
Cardboard cases for flatware ........a............. .......

FOR YOUR BEDROOM
"New Yo ar otyle in two colors ..........................
Supbrfoanm Pf0 No. 117 ................*,.,.............
s up on Ppliows No. 5100 ....................................
ynwdron' ds snai, smal lse ..................................
ldrab sdrMera, I dtor. S shelves ..........................
hdren' d~a Iers, 3 ,oor. large sie ................ ,.......
Portable Oarboard dressers ..................... .........
Wooden clothes hangers for obildren ....................,..




3Aate.o oBertc m.e,:,eraor Am ....... ................


hlmneIaorfor" ," -ereenet a ...............,.
Knobs for "Sun Flame" kerfggee stoves ..................
Wicks for lame" Mkrosee stes ......................
Mi"Ms Mor m t MoW M stoes .....................
Grills for "Perfection" ker se tovs .....................
Burners fS "S i Ime ke rose stoves ...... ..........
S lo P cam .. .o ..............................
'lhe" it" smelattomatc toasters ...........................

FOR YOUR OFFICE
tal desk lamp ............. ..,............. ........from
tmeas" typewriters No. 2000 .............................
rnes" media typewrite ............... ...................
Metal desk for typewrHer ,................... ...... ........


Bamboo lamps .. ...... ............................. .....
CtIn I lamps No. 810 and 10 ................................
Ce lamps No. 3199 ....................... ... ........ .....
tt namps No. 7371 ....................... .......
Ceiling lamps No. 2307 .............................'..........
Ceiling lamps No. 462 .'........................... ,..........
Celk lamp No. 2767 .......................................
e ig lamps No. 2259 ........................
Hanging lampsn 4 bulbs No. 11303 ............................
Lfwsttnd-pe lamps for wall No. 7724 ........................
Lantern-type lamps fop wall ...........".........................
Latern-tpe Iqap_ for wal M. 4 1 ........ ... ;. .,.....
Lantern-type lamps No. 7824 ....... ...............
Wal lamps No. 2302 ....................... ......
Wa lamps No. 2304 ...... ...........................
Wall lampsNo. 234 ................ ............
Wa Iap N9. 38 3 ........................................
Wal lamp No. 622204" ........ ...........................
Fluorescent lamps. 4 tubes No. 40 ........... ...............
W ail laaps No. U 9 ..:........................ .............


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MISCELLANEOUS


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Materalty DRESSES
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ytes trays No. 4190-126 .....................................
Dark Oak. Varnism .......... ........................
S-Nu ta tl" Var&s .........................................
Dark O Vamni Ash 1 pt. ......................................
Walnut And Oak VarnIsh 1/4 gal. .........................
N"u InaMl" Walnut Varnish 1/4 gal. .......................
Dark Oak Varnslh /4 gal. .....................,............
Play wago s ........... .......................................
Poishing b aulhs for floor ...................................
Rattan, hasM with footlnd .......................
"Johnson" Wax In ara .............. .......................
'Vohnson" cianinlg powder ...................................
neer" liqud, 4 o ......... ............. ................
ner" lqd 12 o .......... .......... .......
Widge tables No. 38 sad lampson" ........................
phone ........................................
floor p /4 ....... .........................
ahogany floor pant i ...................................
Bam boo ebara i..... ..........................................
Woodes nd.Canv etensioa chailr o. M9 ....................
Metal arl en sAofa ............................................


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HOLLYWOOD on TV: It's R.I.P.
for "My Friend Irma" on TV!
* Enter "My Wife Irma."
Plans for Marie Wilson to ac.
ir husband in her video fu-
art revealed here, now in-
* f title change for the show
she return of Cy Howard as
It~rproducer. He created Ir-
9 0 as 'a radio character.
"My Wife Irma" sees will
fam with Marie ,playing
r Harvey Bristol, wife of a
y New Yorker. Hubby hasn't
S cast, .
Jones, after a nation-wide
S Bary's burlesque of Lib.
tras the hottest taking on tn
But we hit one town whqre
ce wasn't known No tele-


._ : Phis.eo City-s ""te Pc+

Told oKeep'O f

PHENIX CITY, Ala, July $0 ta
IA (UP) -- The ousted police chlet bRin3
in this vice-torn community. Ig titte
-i arged today his depaftmme "lt ea
-. '. had orders from "higher up" to w hlalb
.,,. keep out of Phenix City's gam- oft t
rising the film d blin dens prior to the June 18 e j
visin the film d are sticking murder of Atty. Gen. nominee -tve.
to the facts, ma'am. Albert Patterson. The su
--- .The subec
TIE TEEN-AGE audience, it's Chief Pal M. Daniel, who was a recommer
been said, has been neglected in removed when Gov. Gordon Per- mittew to 1i
home screen programming. Swoow sons ordered the National Guard two Demoe
it's Meet Colis Arher" before to take over the police duties an eye tow
the telefilm cameras to Jflljhelhere last week, hinted the "keep moval of tl
void. l.. out" orders came from the City nominees.
A pairolf pln-ar dqlls,. gpt d jCommission.
present, have leading 'e. as So for th
mother a#d daughter. ., ,- Daniel was one of 14 of the po- Ceol Curtis
, Climbn into blue jeanslo-la- lice force's 24 members who told by the Subgz
imet: "p parents only knew what reporter here they had Individ-
it mrs 110 to havelparents" Is gor- ual orders not to raid the city's Todsy sta
geoa1 wide-eyed Ann Baker, voted vice dens. man Ben F.
in-up queen of ft 'Los Angeles: The only City Commisal a day meetinin
ress Club last year. member available for comment, al of all nor
. Playingmom is Mary Brian, Seth Floyd. said "to my knowl- ly four of
wh6 still looks like a pin-up pic- edge" no such orders was ever have been d
ture. handed down by the commission. mittee so fa
Daniel said the "sum and. sub- He said th


Everyone thought it was But it's in the records that she
nu Boyd imitating Gorgeous was a Paramount starlet in the
." late '20's when Dick Arleon and
Se- Jack Oake always -won the ame
g a new block in. the in a seriesof f otball films. Mary,
of series, Bill Beadix is te campus belle, chred them
fap to p ay murder on Ford on aid I"n g she tal left Para-
Ther and a convict in a movie mount It was Oscar Levant'who
t "Crash Out." The Riley quipped:
4poJrs don't mind and, as Bill "Paramount hasn't won a foot-
ly- ball game shce Mary Brler left
know nme--I never let my- the let."
-elf get typed. That's why I'm al- Ann, who Jooks.like Joan. Caul-
hWays around." field, is from. Sedalia, Ma.. She
S- came to L. A..to.study musicbut
1,1Former Miss America Jo Car- the acting bug changed her mind
"1 Dennison is now a script girl about becoming a violinist.
on Lux Video Theater ... --
Grant .Withers,.touring with. wife
STAN LAUREL and Oliver Har- Estelita on. the night club circuit,
dy are talking about a TV series will give up emoting for producing
UdJlhg classic fairy tales. when a .big. new. TV deal is. an-
nounced......... ....
Diana Lynn returns to serious .--
eybpoard tickling in a fortheom- Two network offers for. Bobby
'r1K"Best of Broadway" show. Van no* that he's a dealing
S. ---- ~click. oa .th summer Comely Hor.t
tadid stars Lum and Abner are .
'Wt g to.the home screens but Maroon Brando on the "pairee"
Ridge Ark., is no more. set as w VIP drops .i for a visit:I
Bucolic characters will film quickk get se my. Lberace
hod j.phows 'in foreign locales. wig"
Mario Lanza's ready for the bigi
eback-on TV. He'll sing three
: o a collect 35,000. he says, AssM Wn t Ai WC
Chryslersho romWarns Russia Has

provides TV stations w op r or
]ly half-bours o4 local pr. .. .
W amiag, compared with am8 a * 'I MPMINO. Mch.. July 30-
t o 1~-~~)Asat.-Ar Secfetary Roger
am with the biggest coY- ,wls said today Russia has the
O"Dangerous Assgnment. riW a largest Air torfe,-modern
x- to "1seiounly" menace
*0Wl T asi has putA 4hU.S49 stBasi..
."szJIbm~l coe-
e ti moviemen to a now
~ he's the moat as mode -ge Jetbom-
S h was a te wh r
red at cellulid, nd bet b
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c ae them al en-." 'nmabere .of nuclear. weappnA
e n*'t be based on s At .the same time the best
Possible continental air defense
-, n must. be. built, hae.said, expDIe-,
Diney will include a "Trip ing that two systems of inter-
.in Uh new telefilm aer- optoer bases are now being con-
top scientists are super- structed.



4 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD

USE FOAM RUBBER MADE BY


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lit sitting or aleo la l beca-ue of -th even distribution of
weight support. It la softer and more reeslient Offers
S ess friction'and les skin Irritation...
2) I=% MORE DURABLE Will last indefinitely because
there ln nothing to wear, Nag tear, stretch or break
down. Always malntaHa Its .lrnal shape after pros-
su a e d i damaged It cam easly be mended
i ,id cementt ... .. ..... ...
I) i It makls no dust Itself and collects
the atmosphere. It i Ideal for persona with
as l V. It is odorless, 'mtoth-prof., vermain-proof
a proof. Can be'Washed with soap and water
aniespelally healthful around small children and
1 jITBj R Because lAte foam las U to 05% r r
= VM flokter atur-Aly light in weight. This makes trmi. |
S beddinso much el to. move and handle..
). T'S i AUR Mattresses and upholstering of latex
'aImn roire no turning, shaking or "punchlg" to keep
,- them' In shpe. Latex foam never loses Its shape or its
a. tural re eW... .
i COOLER -Latx finm actually "breathes" through
ik .ire ealgo luar structure which meass that air of
S 'M e Ila constantly n through it while
M ait. he .ad" ediald1" 1t...
t- Sing all rubber and air. it makes no
.41 0othertnotse. In fact. It absorbs and dampens
II Vm ATILE Can be be, olll~ folded.
dtoother to form any shape
SiS^a..Casi be uaed wherever a cuabimlnin
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stance" of the orders was to stay Ferrell, Cur
out of places where there was cher.
I rambling.


When asked the source of
the order, Daniel said "Well.
the commission is the next lev-
el of government above the po-
lice department.
One of the officers, stll' ap-
parently indignant over the as-
sumption of police duties by the
Guardemen, commented that the
city pollee force coudd have
cleaned up Phenix City "just as
well as the National Guard If
they had given us a chance.
Earlier today R Walter Capos,
a member of the Rusrell County
Democratic Committee. said he
believed the state Democratic
Committee ought to "throw us
all out."
He made their statement as he
announced circulation of a peti-
tion asking the state committee
not to void the recent nomina-
lion of county Sheriff H, Ralph
Mathews Jr. solicitor Arch Fer-
rell.


ratio-pd wtt
ward the enrre-
he complete late of

e nomination .of V.
was voided outIlght
group.
te committee. C0alt-
Bay said the atur-
will consider remov-
minees, but that "on-
the elected officers
discussed by the com-
ar."
ey included Mathews,
tis and William Bel-


Ferrell Is under indictment
In Jefferson B i r m Ingham
County on vote fraud charges
in the attorney general' race,
which was won by the late-Al-
bert Patterson just 18 days be-
fore he was shot to death In
Phenix City.
Also charged in connection
with the same fraud case is Ala-
bama Atty. Gen. S OGarrett, who
presently Is recovering from se-
rious injuries suffered in a re-
cent automobile accident.
In one other development. to-
day, A. 'Lamar Relid, who also
has been indicted in the Bir-
mingham vote fraud case, re-
signed as chairman of the Jef-
ferson County Democratic Exec-
utive Committee.
Bay announced the realsna-
tion, saying that it was dated
June 1. but he could not account
for the delay in the letter reach-
Inf the state group.


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S- 150 feet deep
i S ThouUnU.o. giqetators, who had
A tV0*14 been gatholuhg .. hours as the
cracks- on the o rr.ce wdened
watched & the rocks-some of
on tea-U~ C Athem w4 about i0 tons -
thundeu IM he re for
cahate d bo" t aoafa olant of dudt
ot rocS a- and s ulpisuri odo Ii the air.
Lae Today, P Poat offered a
twe Mara *4ve' gqPog 'abetter view 5o than it
o .Pdeover had as the te r
bomne oaefl i i5-- ien tion now llows ue see the
mailed tet e and falls from fiotal position.'
aoa .iaI t L. -c.apped _,,.'_' ,- -

iau-.malo-o jipdM,'. Jh,, ,.
we I
uea.
that may take Asq long as a
week. Our niaol coatc'u .rAght
now is to tee tqat.ah necess- As samo Baty U able to slt
precaution a are aik. to guard up wetl* p~hi ahite a chair
Slarga nmAr a Vio wel rather than holding him on your
bae .at the tills this weekend" lap when he eats. A low chair
Andrsoa said that r so idl and table are convenient a n d
ly hlleve1d WN 51 tahl. he'll use thema 1nto childhood.
ing of th e"Bnifiid j:th "lt was See to It tht he has a foot rest
due to the "Isolo l develop- of some kin, whether box, stool
meant of the g Ibge.' .a or built-in. d make sure, too,
"The varsor strata of rock w that the Is the right height
undercut and-t Me overhanging ir mgto a on l he's
feeding hbzmf.


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Gloria de Haven, George Melachrlno and others, sposiors can promolMte -'uref-i saes Mat W & r-cot p;,er
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A fashiou show and dance will be held at El Pa na
Saturday, July 1, at 9:00 pmn., in the patio*pre-
seoted by the."IateriAmedcan Student Board." The
Seatirpncspc wmle donated to.tie panama Red .

' ciltRemom is ent.Tickets for this evet4i
be om sale at leading local stores and at Hltel El
PNmmm. The cost of these ticke will e 1.00.
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co. t w, -o.. I-July 30. z *
m~aIdto Mrs. 0. tdah r expleseda its 1"THE CAINE MUTINY COORT-MARTIAL"
SMrs. Mre to admission of Cam at Ch-
A. r presented i at the Unit" Neaons. a
loth as farewell gifts from TRh *ehtiment was exoreased a h
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Svitrs were introduced, ideratlon of Arovialons of the g M w
or s,, Robert SpenWt re Aid blntl. The entVion of n,


and Mr. Stoph bl contain the Senate a
I. s p0311 w asW eai


U Aw Is r.own ima
aSiWB ifarks at 8:10 P.m. '
the RoyMl Suit.. i foulsbb
musde.

S- fim o resNm" should


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nr,, 1e. 'rpl. t @ lei telth ther
have returned from a 'ix
-Out.L .v .at'mv is SAla cIra.
made trips to all of the neigh-
towns while in the Interior.

ELLA V/SW7a Rome
"ad Mrn. Ceci Alberga.
have been vacationing at San-
'.'Clara, ha also return to their


lnlor Calptal Edwa rd W.
.. ~-son. of the Salvation Army,
u a he mai address at the
Gamou Union Church, Sunday at
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S. < a resful wa l m in wonderful cool. *
1El Vtal. Come visit our
CLUM CAMPISTRE
where Jtte's a-ways something new
Samtd exciing to do ..
HORSEBACK RIDNG
sWIMtMaO... DANCING
WALKING AROUND THE VALLEY
S apsd awaya the best food and drinks


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a ork 7th Year ,
* WASHINGTON, July 20 ( 8I)
- Looking forward to its sev-
enth annlvermary of service to 57
member nations next month, thU
International Bank for Recon-
struction and Devel o p m e n t
(World Bank) reported yester.
ay that lost. of $475A0 ,000
ave bemen d to Brail, Chile,
Colombia. candor, El Salvador,
Mexico. Nicaragua, Panama, Pa-
raguay Peru and Uruguay.
The Bank has made a total of
106 coountri aou lnzt mover
years, the Bank has been mak-
in loans at the rate of about
$300,000,000 per year.
Nineteen Latin American na-'
tio"n arP me"-"'"- f t'-f W.--.:
Bolivia, Brazil, Child, Colombia,
Republic. Ecuador, BI Salvador,n!
. nen Haiti. Honduras I
Mexico Nicaragua, Panama. Pa-
Saguty, Peru, Urugut and V.-

The World Bank fla concelv-
ed at the Bretton Woods Con-
ference In the United Statesin
1944. At the invitation of the
United States. 44 nations met to
work out plans to repair the]
economic dilocatlons caused byi
the war and to stabilize cur-
iencles.
Today the Bank has $9,000,-
O00,jO An subscribd capital. On
ly ij per cent of this amount Is
actually p Id n by the member
nations, t1w remainder being a
gua rantee fnd subject to calling in
case of emergency.
A statement by the Bank
shows that. mas of June 30. the
Bank made loans amoUnting to
1.914,448.464.


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I ;Father Of RP Sporb
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Don Ernesto (Neco) de la Guardia, gene
Tt acknowledged as the "father of Panama sports"
one of Juan Franco's pioneers in the early day
S4l al horse racing, will be honored tomorrow v
;'.e running of a handicap bearing his name
"' t- C" imported thoroughbreds over a distance
SJ" w'x and one-half furlongs for a purse of $750.
-te beloved Don Neco will be are Merry Mason, Florera
r hand to personally present the High Heaven.
Swrof th, winning horse with Merry Mason, which will b
aie.autiful sUver t y at the den by Aurello Mena, score
special winner's pavyon. ridiculously .sy post-to-post
ei r p. victory in the lower bracket
OuL of the favorites to win this week. He rates a good ce
race is Millstone, a speedy Brit. to repeat.
ish-bred colt which will race un-
S r the colors of Don Neco's son Florera. slatedito be unde
r mesto de la Guardia Jr. 'guidance of Portunato Hidalg
SMstne ha the favorable No. turned in a poor performance
Millstone has the favorable No. Sunday after three consec
I sItarting position and will be go impreive wins. The do e
.g relatively fight under 112 are predicting that she wil
ree other sprinters are rated High Heaves will be de
-*':but even with Millstone. They expert handling of hsean V
:'r------------ Ordonex. Sie Ia speed to g
but is a weak hearted qaitt
Juan FrancO lips (,7 t'" '""hin e
,; The strong-anubhing ;aquil
-,Ju, n F tIra c (Enrique Canal) and Soft
y CONRA (Alfredo Vasquez) could take
D.y CO AD vantage of the sizzling early
y.:, "--n sure to be set in this race
Black Sambo Alabards come on to take it all in the
J--Ga ua Royal Claim al stages.
4 trueta Consentida Another speedy entrant in
.' Cames (e) State Barge race is Don Antonio Anguli
S ee HIp (ea) Courtly P. promising Sugarplum. She wi
I 2-.bmpire Magic Remero (e) ridden by Colombian ace
e BDouche Bins Rol Giraldo. Sugarphim is not I
rMaon Jaquinaso much consideration by the
to,. Bte Postiolech Perts" because she is return
thv (ea) Chispantte (a) irom a one-month layoff.
Ten other intwmatin races
Seluding wide open o s
-MOON! BELLA VISTA! pon this excwumt StAW
dard;
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When the death wi h believed
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SONE TWO
3rd and 9th RACES


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SAT IUAY' FEATURE RACE


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9th RACE asses "B" and "C" Importeds 6 1 Fgs.
Purse: $750.00 Pool Closes: 5:15 p.m.
ONE.TWO


1. MI5ITONE ................ A. Ycaza
S SOl NOTE .............. A. V6squez
- MSIV AtO ...... ...... A. Mona


$. Hi HEAVE .......... V. Or6hez
, JAOIMIUZO.............. E.Lales


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SUNDAY'S MAIN RACE


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Pure:. ,000o (Added). PW .. I U iut p.

1. AMMI0 ......... ..-, M sI (

2. ALORMA ......... A. a s.Vi Z (3)

3. IWF SP2IZE...........1J.Brai (5)

4. (NUVLARI .......... B. AgA (1)

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4th. and 8th RACES


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stars c"ard. I m .5.Ie ir Ine
:u~ve last Immls I*" d. Of
race 'a. .Advt of eletr amade
rro"w. DOUBLE PLAY-Al R dn of the Cleveland Indians Is f.re- are that 'WWi elnmIte a lot of thel ..
ed at second base as Yankee second sacker Jerry Coleman re- It Wasin also 6sene,. and this heavy ad s "e ishig gear
rthe lays to first base In tume for a double play in second inning was aft.iportantator, that the ehretofo Wa; tht it or is wia k tatly ebhlup-
lictor jaw f ctal)A .l bl 1a
iparr of the Yankee-Cleveland game In New York. lUrger i were eaght and the makes a catchmore I the
spare m.-"e, younger ones. were un. crt)L..laf* sh aort nthe a NeWN Wie ot. T
er. affected- e tmenbcea r a voyage; that "'"t ad re at e,
n 1mazo, In recent ya. th O baa n R used over unfavorable asd **t:e at m a u$!to" ea
Note PlaygroundU U pU been tuiato which until now Lw. m wa Wa li
od beenstudied hnd tfor use1 N-
'ad- in commercial formerly, could nr be touche because do- Muranda
GDABpace Tit had be n~M, low excep ing s"wold have resulted in de. "I theStrSt time since I came
and GAMBOA AND BALBOA TIE BATMINTON TOUR1BX 9ME godwi th 't ta, o Mstructtoh of gear. to the Yankeed Ist I Caq,?remem.
fin- The First Annual Playground Batminton Tournament was in inad wite a-e othly etruct' r tt bech a '
held Friday, July 23 at Balboa Gymnasium with teams from Bal- A err to ( Dis eb bb NA Serve) Li ths spe ed. w on
boa. Crlst6bal. and Gamboa parttclpating. After pacing each According to 9rena ^ of the hiea gdthlbed s9bole tyeft ,ria7fI.
this other throughout the round robin draw the Balboa and Gambo Fish and WifldAfi ece, Dr. -T re asons werlela. Arihnt be.. a tS
ola's teams scored 12 points each to tie for first place.' Konrad Kreu WnR. m ph ysi- ht speed a their Whi bte x, m inUdM s e
LuD bPlay Included boys' singa and doul l ses girls' singles and cist.t no sed hs riesn W thesli .eadd all a e s theCo cs. ao
Luis doubles and mixed double. rn everymatch won a team scored that fish, when subUjsed to a d 9te o 4t "get. AAnd na to
given 2 points.w e gre11* a -e fh cauatab wohi a 5 1 ie a iSew n o g A bw .
tt feree to ers were re inclined m rowed U l. vtd al st tw r6asyoME
The PoTne tsey l ent w : s thate bthe ir e point ,ATISMit es na fte the. itf erWe mnwheis .Vs
Points ed In the direction of a of the o cw i me the o t n aes A.t aS
rd r o(B.) (C.)n(G.) water. Dr. Kreatzer'sidewa sto L Addwen ths u.nId o R sealt. p Sr
ev~n Girls' singles--Each team won one game 2 2 2 norrtohs Addedvey ta anee.
in- Girls'douglsalboa won I game......eth..ia .
rday Boy aas' singles-amboa wpn 2 games minto ot e"fisingy ot s nat.ou TaaaSd pouigl Q uIthe wwor bc dte he W inithtoe
.alboa wop 1 ame ..... 2 0 .4 ,ito te fishig no1 .l e. r s
Boys' doubles.ama Won games From the conservation stand. I'z It tea be sf4y said that Ml- .or t a
Balboa won 1 game ...... 0 4 worth. Kreutrpojsted ot tndlhhettbe:..wtJtop1tbe I, ,arg1 mhm.-
Mixed doubles--Balboa won 2.games tha there is nkodde waste e
hitl, O]mboa won I lame 4 0 2 In the fish caught by ordinr Clrdm un- hitter e u Is he il kl8pe Q.YankeesIWas a a
days Total Points ...1....1....... iz Z 2trawls-fish which ane too S amI I iIS I.t e ad m ny rvalse aa b cray eo r 'at?-
I to Members of the OarnbOa team are July Pelpa, Chico Martin and have dl 2 ied by-th.i th uyt.owu o tarel Aid yan y rivsl Phi f idy. o
Iter. Jsay Crawford and Edwin Idol. The Balboa players are: Celia are replaced in the Vater. I loes3 ido can Eake the ap jeacula oplay An. Saweaedl. itm
was Thompson, Susie Mage, Pudgy Watson, Babe Marquad, Buz The nature of eleett ,ant Is L j Sonly whe f nae t.doesn'tC c a ount. A.- Bad- plted faret
word Ratsueger and orah Cunlngham. su that the size of the fish ThcanuM,, l e llt
note lue ribbon awards were made to all members of the Balboa be brought under control., a a d Till ere has. prodsued a num be M ,aus e d a e' A* I
and Gamboa teams. even, to some extent, the species., key hits-Ain"e he began to get bu ised baniL


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e.Iht do 500"181 "d*" *u "*- Do -."w 1 a|I: -:M Return Bout Set

h u ~ ,-,. ,,,.,,,*,, ot T For Septem ber
hIas lh-(a L e"--ti hance here 4-1 New YOI 30 (UP -
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t. -Tdo a d late* 11A etnt pOrdo.*1A- helpmtrymute even lumber 31.
idlo in Wednet da u yl anr eveal s r .o the ,4 LoulI 01-e fo" 7th b3 e "N" Impeded 7 P .Pu ree: S4.0 Peeol 61oes:. 4:0" lIt June 17 at the Stadium. An
a held c the Suhsh more le sta. eir sei e s"eed ase.of the Deeble orris says ela .thse
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Bew school should have a rt I hei. 30bl, d a ni4o -er hit No. hl4e.leh. claoo's manor A ..
d e t Wori Ba *o "an gA*- foepr the 1-Chma i115 -pretsshv workout. 10 O tt med b he Thysal M
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Slate today which will out- SEOUL, 'Korea, July 30 (UP)- the South Korean govem *i0 Sw h and-
e results of the week-lon South Korea's Provost Marshal break the armistice terms. e. o the c o
Won Yong Duk told Communist l It reflected Rhee's views '- the armistice on each of
p had no immediate com- members of the Neutral Nations stated yesterday In W o th former battle I
on the demand by Won Armistice Commission today to that the truce restrictiowt of war
DUk, South Koreanpro-. et out of south Korea Imme-tbe thrown off in preparat~p
1rkhal, Sthat Commun!qu lately u t r a new allied drive into Nor, -A extremely
ahal, tthat ommnaqeitately.t
of the neutral nations on, who almost wrecked the Korea bei ... that there will
SCommission leave Ko- Koran ttuce talks by turning Ten teams composed of Pollbh our territory those wBho. 4
Once, loose '?,000 North Korean war orte.tt e
n embassy oflials hur- priioner, Izi June. 192 warned .a 5 ^ *.- '
Blair House. however, ap- the PIsh and CiJh oea -Diwr
tatem ent e31 South oI2 Do Does it Again- aur

B siteo a sl theon htchet man, decs t e fouldface, r-
obseve wer certa tin appropriate measures" If ta ey

ied Inh erae t remains oned In aSuth Koreab 1n0e Han who the a e hnla .b1 da y an rr
'MeIprnvs this mrahodre o W ea s soms


tie war withel- w'"d t Jof- tia h Te ofl M thibh osoms
,eld as P r fedent yndanR R he l Wmnisnies biM rlSn" ".... .....h"d" i "' ,......
ad he proebly won h at cht man, d cled the four-he p


Sfe ne'"u" wcve omi8 so mebr ersS -a w hno for e (o a A e H nw i w u -
t he mothy t ogo dd. in hspot-waro "neh w lo- Anc umowi which poi tfed all r a Pt AatJ. Cit
tiruld his war- *JPhe present :e of the Co roanly bpsom -. t.n o li n n o th gr p a
ft South Ko ean omt Kem last tisry desi a tbhen hePover ed ul ffgdofa l ioe ev e rs f is hly, n o





:. l4We will nel1. l u .fl*h,-aio dout today with a flat-cheted n lady o upper-orks. U e o that- .. "
S0d thisf eur~aof ran look In o is new siti h e. Although o the Uosor was flat- rcea a
s t hordle it promised to d hal o e tebac ta el I
w cnmie theron' 5rdy Sl lejrfflC mme si. n nn, terort hew a m d a whanceo at he dOen i rdoO tm
al Monroe and Jane Rtren adude th oth e h P ld oth. nowP fnter









rin e r b- h fpor e: n ofm. the Clot e A e pow thealntestl ofmh m a pi l of theuByan idle erin er' t e eer
Sflare out in supme f d bu not unde ds n peron l wi b e ele- ed i thMa nh e otm
na to triumph. he lse of red and still mahore r td e -rnen n.-h o .I ab mede tu or t e
ho lssan g larv, "ned The ipor co-a "nelono.k d,,ionl d decstieaven-tonF.t osmt .d ...
n 104 oN-, highh point of the Paris f aTowth button or d'a over a wr s. ra ai s
it waofoiaffparoemisedBto. hsha kdaot.olW ee. the okew eef fin
.....e -1ftht ouot. wd f 80_a D p0mTnow.e wio n 11. r
whehe Won ae-t0t the eno o on- ro a

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n whhto mpn aretsh a rayuento
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tf* eat.dstylethat. i.orof n-t heaIwin loint s'o telW theawl tuio e te b.
wet. d of e n a
nhewovesho 0v bnoth15ilIihho asod agtime;sw
Cy th a t wo u wi u reman c.,- :n piyTe, and remove the t'wP"
a flarneotnromlmee ch30 a~mungil4e in. wewch ,rs intalle in t le g o y'r k tnn
V triumph. nh ewy nknorsls renochthenrc ogof -who Affdirs ofmoei1oMrwh
The Derotcll hUtrswla of te drt-oi tndoe e3th 5l'e n n ik the esorces-sad. eathe.t, 1'o"k
hiohfp orntch Libraryowhichbutwonlorn _ill be tovar dini tt th_ 1 -of
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Egypt s New Government Has a Double Ce ,'

mashed da. and rtr "
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=or Mae araion CAMIO ,July Id(NE) -
ths Behar capital of was coinci e.that the settle. A.,
Mewt of the lang dsptMbaer .
M=nr pt and Great Brain over
alrhear dy Btish occupation of the Suez Ca.
and ficed newlial military base should come .#.or*n.
as hugo water mase5 While tha ravelutiomary gove-
p. it was celebrating its second
MffBut that made it a double cele. ,
_. ..,bration and doubly joyous to the
Egyptians I after 0 years of bad t
guidance by the British and an-
S other 30 years of bad government
by their own royalty.
7 (pAll over the =ree world toda
free governments are trying to
pick up the pieces horn the dam.rO-
30 (UP)e r = of this combination
ria A( s- l a m andid ts
Ian". word~wide n*Iatf-
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the e" two yIarwld agovern.-4t
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