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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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ocm18709335
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OUATEMALA CITY, Aug. 3 liberate
(UP) Guatemala was ueall of the
quet today under the ( of qpartem
resurgent regular army after whea
a 14-bour revolt In which 200 term ]
pero were reported killed and
"manyy wounded The
100-modd M cadets and 1. A
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ter with tank, artillery S sad belou
WOrtam forced Provisional Prem- 2. A
dent Carlos Catlo Annua to wMill "
disband his "liberation" '. my. more b
ObMrvers believe "Impo.rtant l
changes" In the military junta theib
government are Imminent- th '
A 9 pjm. curfew of Indefinite commu
duration was Imposed on Guate- uJrIIM
mala City last nliht with store
warning that mIW y patrol Ouaten
will deal "very draStically" with,o
tevillans caught on the street
after that hour. eI
(The regulMra' victory Is exC-
peeled to._ mean the retaun to -


on army as we as meat
regulate garrison were
red, continued'until 5 p4n.
Scssetire was ordered on
proposed by the army.
i were:
iromise that there shouldd
reprisals asl the re-
i cadets.
guarantee that the Junta
ke effo" to prevent any
mediate depobllhatlon of
mraton army.
army dented In repeated
nuea ydmterday that the
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Communism

MBXICO CITY. AV.S& (Ui)-
Guatemalan ao aSA tre aid
today the regular army victy
la yesterday's OuatueIa City
upri:in may reethe door to
Communism In Cntmal America.
Officer ofth revolutionary
army that overthrew jo Red
president Jacobo Arbeg In June
predicedd the armn Wl soon
have thin back on the same
old bais, Including the pro-
Communist trend "
They ald the "con-
firmed their worst" feu' t the
army would not lonzL* remai
content with the ftue" ro
signal PresidentC Cal.c.tillo
Armas, leader of the 1aes that
ousted Arbeni,. f t
C o m m unlistsIlaftqnU d the
Guatemalan army t aoPlder-
able extent durit~n.thi aO of
the Arbenz. CoL IL SBilva,
a former coml the
arnm, is one of W IJOIU pro-
Communist refuge ho' d up In
embassies In Guatemala City.


iStripping Trial Hears
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Plea From Pastor, Alienist
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Willing


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Use Force-


If Necessati
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Washington, 0. 3 (UP)-The United Stue
ready to throw its military force against any .g
Red 'nu to invade Formosa, officials uMid
liy issued the warning in the face m d
demands recently by Red Chnesu officials for.
conquest of Formos i' .i.
-fhe officials aid the UnitedStates co
th1dtst China stronghold of, FormoMa *p l
ica'e security and believes that it must rmesie
hoa ds. ..,,: 1
This country isno writtqng
eraliukno Chinag Kqi-shekprotct is Na
ment in case f attack. But officials said thel
States has made it clear It intends to help Chimn a0
willing to use armed-force if necessary.
The Wtest Red cai (or aa In '
V e" Eame'tdaysa so ft m ... i
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nampipell Pike, Jr., a evillln Ar en m another chance pa tharea-, to literate me a* tt 1cned
About e00 .f CuatNIos me- emploe se u halfn e ance.' lth dep gtae t h~e ad r'pe
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W .reju d te Inurr. Moved To Okrlhs a-d he julddsaro.,Ie e hr dac American polls, Us were ap ude.
as putd Iyat e ood, ofJ pwere ted wa heicdnt occurred "oon M olbyAFor- wol
b,"D khen 'se 11 Plmouth- at~t~e~meatt was questo oiSC B Prs id eent of the sho, ltary yrm mai. wae it
the I ilsSe TAOd , Osrl r oe rou t E sr ad n ern rto rhoe Kort Ted shtrectbr e u
An"ye upso,. Pike, he., a ,,.- .. ,
yee I another chancarsande d reblas wo asrbrrog out hIe
old and ded-beMPa y beaient
odds eua a "te ho i- dwere prepsuluSonu red o leaorft ar Pof eke' defena e wit-h Two Air Force officers, h.. .

d W dut auty wu the United a in Sta tes Ar- tu/ op. h elat who tnllcint gover ment FoHU
Py.from 14aun.1 920p we the eterap 's.rg.ama, that Pike. is a "pseyh o 8 and Capt. Eugene tot at all miltr oeratio










t.- hIatW c1en l tehee tth *s dsc of hagr thWite tradwer n may& suB. d aed .tdantd art ron empouae 'outfit to which Giluhbileh ordered the SBeventh le 0o

trium phats U 0 th oee 1 t pWOhist" CRTh re i a supnd gd re p ct, ag B Wesit
Sav u Ie e rtime r g e dThe adrsed mdare Adatlond of th t any attack on the dsry
tn s A hch w '- boa To carpenter foem did tite theo fwed hiset dredd tods
rt .CIn-hann bt whonf (.i Mr Andrewwa thdese w e, teiiks tolotkehe Instd rr-h l t h*e told the arm f si m. However ne rep lh
.e e o re e entitled to lem- the second part of the Truml We
sh E iJr C HiG Aug. describe hi military cuse be was a firs of- orders because he said it wa n hief Dr. Ott
M a"a- gn lthat W en ug nye participated Io n out no*~ th e pssbe t ion officer f e si to t a el r
-ettle M r -i m n ale here that th p whlbnamw l t P aerps g forw n d un 11elet t Y s.
-has a sist .a llmbe y" of Colomt C=r1o 18 tim h rauerpl er t a be ton w h uere tr of d ty
thethe p i 3p Leod. of iwIs,. er Armu was mo. out of Opat.- arn brought out by Aue!, tWewt
ire ro Gravesde at aroi tc Cit Ht.ig Attorney My. e roen
-SterO Ta empoye 1 of nth e These source sId' that .Tdim- ox that like had serv-
fitte Army '~d an Yt .at I removrshof the Pieng. Pakewnys cotn time In the United a'y'e
6- wd to have u-forsede- the It was brougtaduto relatesm Thmn worked oytdy
old andbad fgrt e, In wer trhat _n dofendants had been
611 Late W8X.13, te hosipa Is a a a eat Dick to e, r
ne aor their IH ua. tsbd t tee her husblad. Thes
my. fro m 1914unti1Offica sad a ed_ or a livin before y

caP) t L mlydovrh hs l ontr-,- -ol,.., Dies In Gorges- th d
the epdlo. m t l 05o theozapnu3i. top Pau lieheyr e,. wife..f
-oarer th. Other arm, however. roy Uth John F. Furey. a retired employee

0 Aede 5;:t his month of t1W. uSi te v bedr.m bamyted d swho de td at Iorgin tqe-
ai. be frc r been rtint mince JulY 2e She was 5r the o t
Cu-urtx with'hs sonJo relo the di e f the Mr.en of Fun a c had madeth
lietinW neatly-dronrme r Andbs md hife, hir Thise mn
Chhristioanstntas a river and tHok
hat .W qui chane tster for the tld Meca nia "Di
A r .3'v n ab, s.sio his mii t f
uri Bac orer Mbrcause whaseb srn it

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vms amhurbAtssalett den' hm lnAUset anml 1 easm9 pe throute thor ghlth a lid- For-
i- ,ggte ev philshed ls she e M elgn Relations comib temof the
Name er m he leStees limed Se m h Senate and the Foreipn Affairs

ana tn o le anefs gm ie e. o Time was when those two pm-e

AGIN THE GUN Inte dad tvde


The Pacific aide communities of Ancon. and Baliboa re. .pop- ord of achievement could be ri
by quiet, law-abiding American cities. i ong ressBonal t ando o

As in any ses-sustaining w town, it is necessary that much o f Ao Wl s o pt A
bneeded eat sl@e tandl r o,'t ibe nst the bett't inteen nalhear as attman o I thet w.ito8 011 uMc l yyi.Ithevor.lU l





te population consiotto of sh t workers such as doctors, poeli sn hs Alexan her, W. at Ist e of !ea.1 tcol
r plant, men, etcetera. In order that everyone m havtheh rsn t has lhairman ot the tjaypee is "Ywouser hl rb ear o
a Ish ot a firec a ers. Iti ha thoa proper m gn. e Relations committee. o the
h or in any wtly create eran u n ne essarY isturbaneThr. Rbear mlearf k oo Xials hasr g Gla llia S
However. i n Quarry Heghts, which i a tver er r th Senate and the Foremin Affairs co.it fto
'anmunties, it hs for the first time in m on s a as ebommitte e Feorf thaoe F oen Afa c b h aoreadrmy re-
woune the custom to fire a sunrise gun ach mortnig t hat it e andtisltteakown.pints o If th- r ter The sefleAtaMn
Sdoanot thimnkotat tisp loklof consideration for the shift through seniority. But other meei- he i mm t rout from
w s*r n but an v for I have noticed that the eun a not me as e twhe e o eoot o nr
.d.on.Snday llyaCon. Aeoa. In the Gg day
iedGIN' THEs to officials has been chosen beda of New Jersey and enand of
in the days when Tom UNOUL".. Ol :a-:















it tae fnse et ro heran the show in the Sendaway with the sv and Javit of New a S n the

S. Among the Democrats, Fulbright t i; In er* t
Population onst of shit workers so Arkansas. Sparkman of Alaba-t A noe
r aplandmen.etcetera.Inorder th.eve.ryone"mayhahie f anasie ofoaasI
slCOOPERASreUN AND OPERASHUN the Senate; Rinchards of _the_ _a __ ._____of_ _ll_,_,_






Carolina, Battle of Alabama dde
ar adye: Hays of Arkansas in the House. or*geltinstop serving In Idao
ec shtousine c rs.d sinv e nsa.aBut even their leadership has not Drive-In C fyutL ail theapst
hoewon't py no mind to that bird-dog (bird- counted for enough, e aTr eai eN ds
However, in tuarry He Pt saehr, which Is the very entrenos t hro the comri um tiudmh wpKrMdm tr rq hu







he in't got ofmorte edukashun than me and besides he year has been spent en the for- lar
*ool e the n ustomo t 0 isree maaynie vu e nh a moring ata out "aidn b L ..Band8 ist little ki owa.subwect" W i
spm. This Jarrin bang awakens a person so abruptly that tii d-u s a. ef they-
llyimpon ble to i to thbsleep. nand Bothr sg years -









Sdo not at oreitIs lack of considers tion for the shift throuh seniority. Bu hve other I see where they are thinking r"Whattt got to say?" the ja I know is that havng







kearbta n oUSre t frchare ian oticedrthainm e. onh tniportted or po40tpihave lso
SThis medium of preon o omy friend. They hadn't been have been taken over details in court near a particularly deadly Well, your onor," you sa. "I powerful deterrent t:s ot mn but Ike's State D tial
ae aoubt that for a moletter senth s o report time hand never com this year's hearin the Senate;hugh highway In Westchester County, thought .. ,ie m ,themibeI e .
ttt ststaff and secretaries lesincerelyoaspe that's they presented entirely new mat- New York. which seem. to me a "Guilty," the Jape e r In a drive- age, ande d i








naot there Army physical office which has that new Integral rs- age. This scheme has already the General Sessions next con- there Is, f place to akpeodMN
counting sysalutem. Divers or use a smaller charge. onary fore n-o me plumbed a rough form in evening court op Shrove Tuesday of more a s. so what I a
bate on the floorokma na ha o of t.. more informal South- 197." is tless cae to o.

Caroling working hard and long eors too. Buy whatofie st at the ever. Last year, weeks were ent You oay r may not have had to ppe Is the summer c- boueq a hee outs
l of the phycal year when udder ool o wch have been on th proposed resolution to re any contact with traffic-court pro- meat of the cCfrt-seat of the the u
June m o next year's budget won't look so tmindinko. rI ed, e or South Carolinf, re her 'sese "It's ailr ball." .a le
a h e tin'twot no more edukashun than me andrs lides he year has been spent the for. a a maf icy. Ysh." mu m e


are over,,


might


army l I m'r
ie to listen to th


SPuhin Pensil must of been jealous of that Washington ac-
SeoIntant that was Instructing in the new system. Washington ac-
W tntats arte better-thought-of joes than those B.S.E. auditors
S' rm Pan Cbma Co. has got. Apo, they are nice people.
Oh yeh, anudder thing is the cooperashun in that new or-
KUgMahshun. Everybody wants to see it work rite and, isn't that a
-reshin and novel attitude these days.
'hose folks got an awful lot of work to do. So much in fack.
,.I t they were goinx to requisition or hire a shovel anrd bulldozer
ore m friend's office could rqquiamtlon them That Amador ofo
1'W e deserves them tho for they shovel and push B,8. around all
goy and my friend's office only Wanted to move work.
.' TIat there guy what helped tho officers with pursonel as-
ato.o wreaelly nhelptd too. He saute that aas ent of peo-
twl ho weme doing similAr work In te old systemobe signed
-, iKe work In e new system : That way maki for smoother
pera.shun during a real bad time, 'stead of more confusion.
That guy ain't pald enuf either. But that is because he is an
sacountant, an no an audlitr.
My friend tells me that integral accounting is something like
Internal auditing, so maybe some of the. Army auditors is Jealous


-GUl.d Ss.


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O'Jr. GeJdx &tanziola

Orthopedics Traumatics

-. takes pleasure in announcing the change of
his office to the Panama Hospital where he
will be at your servio.




IMTBES INTERAMEMCOS S. A.
t Iders of, this COMpay are hea e


mbshw fia Panama Mit. Republic of Panama.
* Then MWtinI Is loedfor the t foulown ospurpoes:
. -Au 0150001 t hcel the obl s -of the com-
a. vTIM the --mlnport BWank of Wasbington.
-At Son to cancel a serie of first me e
bhus m sd to cancel a smeed mortgage to the OW,


ang accompusnes.
iker subt which have con.
celned te wbhle Co sre more
than the International affairs com-
mittdes have been the debate on
Indochina, th bai against admis-
slato Red China to the United
NatfosI th ibition against a
Locarno type treaty, the ratifica-
tion of the European Defense Comrn
munity treaty and the fruitless ef-
forts to prohibit American aid to
countries that did not ratify EDC.
The. liaison between the State
Depat ent and the Congress on
international affairs has probably
beed as good or even better than
it has been In recent years.
Secretary of State John Foster
Dutes ba bee. to Capitol Hill
countless u,-es to discuss Admin-
istratio policies. Just as often
congrso al leaders have been
called to he State D apartment for
special bauefings In spite of this. I
th E. I fh-!Dulles foreign pol-
icy Is. a. .with more con-
gresslsat Wl ilo' than approval.
The kdini rld an's Internation-
*I a ckage, while
,Iblity of oth.
er coi itattees* ,Wa sidetracked
with a simple ae*year extension
of th..presentf reciprocal trade
agreements pro ram. Customs
s lification ai amendment of
the Buy Ameritan act got bo-
where
The senate has ratified several
treatie, They include the Korean
security pact, the international su-
gar agreement, and the universal
copyright convention. Implement-
tug legislation for this last is still
huaup in Senate Judiciary com.-

The international telecommuni-
cations convention has been hung
S bnre the Senate Foreigp le-
lat*ons committee since lqst year.
Three agreements to laminate
Staxatin for Americans do-
S Sbuaines with Britain. Belgium
nd Japan have not been acted on.
t Is Ow too late for anything to
be dee. But these delays hurt for-
In vestment, which the Admina
tiesl is trying to support.
Hearing have been begun only
rscealyt oq protocol to regulate
opium traic Another protocol
to amnd m te .aqilverv conven-
o has related no action. Such
see apparetly not consid-
A ,Z up the whole per.
formanee, ft 043eM a sorry record.

EnIre SSupport
PromtifTo Asia
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street sat a feed' itore ;
he ce say pull-iup yder, and
indicate, a corner. Standing on
corner is a character in a hickory
shirt and seersucker pants. He is
formally introduced as the local
jaypee, and court is ovapened.
"Now fast?" he says, assassinat-
ing a June bug with a high, swift
stream of tobacco juice.
"Eighty-td.," one cow says.
"I reckoned, it .7 a more like
.," the second cop says.


I. -
i 3 CtA d6l. a way to drive
lars, extenuating circunstuanes, "awa ess babies Would IbD I
he says. "Fork her over. If you lx tZ ,1absI
miss court, you forfeit bal.Case .
dismissed." And the only thing I cat this
I have never figured out who of that won't fit into the dtt
gets the money, but the chances in scheme is funeral parlors. fY
are it changes, hands in a crap Might possibly arr ne lto.bae l
pame or ia swappd for five ga. mtomer deliver hiMsues b
o of home-cooked whisky. All who'd.dilve the car e wa.7


NEW YORK CONFIDENTIAL

By LEE MORT.MER


Names Make News: Jimmy
(Kiss & Tilf) Roosevelt's troubles
just beginning. An itate husband
len usy) laying for him in
' ao=ywod hot-spots, which
is ..-aybe oe.-asme. wh he's so
anxious to glt to Washia ton in
a hurryL A doll who starrediln
the "cofstsalo'" talking to a
lawyer abMou another Roopevplt
headache .,. Taylor Caldwell, the
novelist (wlbIe 'Never Vietorious,
Never AeAtted" is a best seller),
is planUl to enter the Roman
Catholic Church. She was bap-
tized a Presbyterian ... Red but-
tons finally signed for the NBC
Pontlad shOw.

Obit: Co-Co, famous standard
brown Fpikt poodle of Lemend
(El Moroeo) aeBalin, died, 'age
13.
Hollywood Vne: Robert
Stack s. RoemaMry Bowe...
Producer RHOP Haas gets alout
with Hdy Doyle, the import'-.:.
Paulettew idderd's mom works as
her seert7 ... If she still eels
the sama wh dhbree is final.
Elean PIbt=1 will probably iar-
ry the b fod. that's t
Paul Clpen ... Battle-roy h be-
tween A Q dtder Nords and
ryA Geay-s. I'hey both wa1td
buy the yterigbta to "Thtla
Scala S"He wa it foi
Mir Lr. Se waa It' for
KaA veWAS store
pel ultra fancy

Tntrabumt d. Eir Rfllmns If


an
bea


so. are his three children (One
V a first wife who die"d "Doe"
4ag was Honolulu's leI sur-
until 1951 when Prsident
man thee asked him to rep
resent in Washington the, coutry
he hadn't seen a
Yang gave up a p praC-
tice, and since then used up
almost his entire prftko% rtuueI
in the costly ambassaeOrag busi.
ness. Meanwhile many other em.
bassles (including sote of our not-
so-brave allies) e_' AAmerican
handouts t h r o u g h: bookkeeping
tricks.

Two Headlines Tell a Million
Woa ary uios. f Saurday's
World Teln read: "Lobby Pres
ing Slam at McCarthy. MAEn 00lt
Campaign Gifts to 'Libera'
gtessmen." After the t.- Joe
crowd woke up an e t t late
the head (over exactly t
factual story) was clanged 10
5e "Liberal Lobby
12t McCarthy. Ex-fNe I
er Advis Flades onata
Strategy." Ho, hum!
I'm Only Asking:. come
"McC'arny & His iw #" by
|Bill Buckjey Jr,. and 3 1r 8i1e
vere rose higer than e. an.
best-seller lists Megi re
ed for a
ereas "But we
ee," by left-wing e
mer Davs (which sl. eq.'
o), 1as been first mr a ae
six months?
I'm Still Only Asking: M2w come
the paper teat prints a the amnews
t 'ass it to print w e oy
morning paper in New.eu tit
didn't prints arvey M I4M
hint deal (under Y, he
hod eaer "U1 2 t
a rum is that the fori-

interim Securityr -I
We re than 10
Communista employed c

hArt. Dapt: The a
rsa (be's theto m 2*'


with her ex-husband, TV director
Seymour Friedman over the cues
tody of their year-old am. Jetty
or is her jouth-plee sad the
loWer, & = 1 a' .
tie state of Maude B, ,
o Los Angele ,-o Which th I-
on Runyon Fund the ry
legatee. It's the X= b estto
the fund. Keep 'erm iolbS.
The People's Cberce: nnbow
the "wise' reportea M o tR he
Refauver plant. Esite, as ye
know, faces the toughest "altis oa
Us career for rmomU0 atl. with
Congressman Pat St frot-
n nghim. So a cabof em-
bellished stor weNt oIt that hood-
lums who nev si foriet raend a
huge fund for higs- 0eml5 Truth
Is the underwrld wM uev er sore
at Estes, disco J 1 h osifaattte
In advance ad AM40atJklldk
It results wn aelMpll.Bunie
Kelauver fac'toar -do tint eon
that its funds are aisg fra
well-heeled New York Iftiers.
Now She Telsa U: Frb esea
de Saffs, the pmett. t a'a Smll
married (legl to) te a oeeCa"bit,
so is not yet,O thw t
and Wiliam 8a oraa are 91taU
more than good ,riendo f t whd
good frindl) a; tht. jiw
gave her a gift. WB, hfy udd't
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And=rso, th i (o
Aady MK alte


to marry sot
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held, "vote no." dea
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Colorado River and wanted anOsAoe.
arry feffbrth o-Clbyu lb -
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mad* b e person required to reg-
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Says Brakes Faled On Mountain

WHITSBURG, Ky., Aug. 3 The 11 victims will be buried In
(UP)-The only survivor of the common grave nla the Cheese
nation's worst ingle-car autvO X Fork Cemetery at nearby Me.
bile accident to life in a hoeE Roberti, Ky., tomorrow.
today, still unable to give a ul A stream of sight-saers drove
account of the flaming eck that slowly past the mountaln-t op
snuffed out 11 li ves on Foe oun scene of the wreck today, .where
tain Saturday afternoon, the burned-qut car s till in
mute testimony of the tragedy.
Hexle Maziw, a 40-year-old msn At elming Hoaspitl, Dr. A. B.
r from Millstone, Ky., was the Carter said Mazie is "somewhat
only qe of five adults and seven improved over yesterday Satur-
chddren wai escaped from .14M1 day in that he appears to be em.
Buick that dareed down a Step ergang slowly from pSic."
mountain road, crashedd into two %e physician said, however, he
reoky cliff, overturned and flared still roansdered Maxle'r chaincee
Into a ming *de*th trap of living "very doubtfUL"
Burned to death were Maie's "sie's very incoherent and while
wife, Elsie and their three chil. h appears to relke that his fan.
Iren- the driver, Tom Nrow,41, fly has been wiped out, I don't
isd Wis wife, Lul, and their ur ia the .full i t has bit him
m da youNO W." Carter ad,
hit h-


7:30-nut Flom The UZ.A.

8:00-MUsical Theater (VOA)
8:30-Cavalcade Of America
tVOA)
9:00-You Asked IPr It (Re-
uests ples phone be-
fore 8:30)
10:30.-Nelson ddy's Penthouse
Party .
11:00-Mudc From'Hotel X1 Pan-
ama
11:15-Broadway In Review
(USKN)
11:30-One N Uitt aBtA4
1145-Mude Io DrIn By
12:00-Sign Off

Tomorrow, Wednesday, Aug. 4
A.M.
6:00-8ign On The Alarm
. Clock Club. (Requests -
plea call before 7:00)
7: 0-orning Salon Concert
8:15-Church In The Wildwood
8:30-Mudical Reveille
9:0W-News
9:16-8acred Heart Program
9:30-As I See It
10:00&-ews
10:05--Off The Record (Requests
pleauephone before 9:30)'
.1 05--Off The Record (cont'd)
11:30--leet The Entertainer
12:00-News
12:06-LunchUme Melodies
32:30-Popular Music
1:00-News
1 15-Music Of Manhattan
1:30-oNas Of The Ploneers
.1:44-A-Mb Un19(VOA)
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THE VENEZUELAN AIRPLANE

.., (LINEAAEROPOSTAL.VENEZOLANA)


. Wishes to inform the public the remove '.
of their offices to No. 106 "B" Stree
(entrance across Panama Railroad St ,"
tion) at Plasa 5 de Mayo, where they wilt
continue attending to their distinguish. |
ed clientele.


Telephone numbers will be the same: *
2.5405 2.5403 Panama City.


I1rh


Is Calling All WINNERS!


Here are a few of this week's lucky people in
our FREE WEEKLY RAFFLE.. .


* Maj. Jam s A. Bornman Hugh A. Norris
* Harry Hoflomb teinry K. Johnstope
- ' k at.1n. Ifl a.. .i .


S8. Walters
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lae Ms Br iref deo
tiag a Meh to sier as the car
neared a ersve, but 4 edr.L
Although the ear did o .appear
badly damaged except by the
flames, the. clion ith e two
roeky cfft on each id of the
roS prently jammed e.door,
making it a death trap fr the paa-
"Mxle, who wasn't owe Uf he
was thrown ealbr or mangPd to
get out a window, w4. bftly burn
ed trying to avte other.
Still unanswered wasae ques-
tion of why 12 people crowded
themielfes into a two-oor sedan,
or where they were going.
Heavily-laded d Z ears are
n t an oemm sgM in this
ontdmsi reglt, however.


Now British Pubic

Alonk nergy Firm

Assumes Coarol
LOW DON. Aug. 3 OP) -Brit-
ain's new atomic ener author-
ity, a public company free of
government conn formally
over cotro oBrt-
ain's eiht atome t.
The plants sad atomic en-
ergy program until today were
under the direction of the Sup-
ply Ministry.
The atomic aultority's prime
target is nlearenerated elec-
tric owr or British. homes.
Brltsh experts estimate the first
such power should flow ver the
grds by the end of 195.
The authority ba a budget
estimated at $15080.000 to
streamline the British atomic
power programand bring Inpr-
vate industry and commercial
method.
Nuclear generated .electi$elty
l cost about a penny a unit,
lers d.
ais one-third more than
the program starts proucing
a re oenflidt the cost
The balrman of fe new au-
thority Is .Sir dwin Pltowden,
who aided In planing Britain's
economic reoveT after World
War n
Lord Cherwell, p W Minister
W lnlon Churchla scientific
advier to the atoty.
The new group ws set up on
broad outlnes rfted by Chur-
eh.il himself.


SOUD STMJUN
Swih a charm
ond *racf.you-w|A
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DIRECTr
VIANAL
S20NE
DELIVERY

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3:00 s-Fetival WdIWe
3:.15--- m i N ovaiew
:30s-Mude For Wednesday
4:00-Feature oRevle n. vm-
came Of Ameria, (OA)
4:30-What's Ybur Favorite
5:30--ew.
5:35-What's Your Favorite
(cont'd)
0:00-Here's To Veterans (VA)
6:'l-BLUT9 RIBBN SPORTS
REVIEW
6:30--Melachrino Musicale
640--H=OLYWO00 NEWS
(Paramount)
7:00-NESCAFI OROAN MEL-
ODIES
7:l5-Your Dancing Pasty
(VOA)
7:30-Report From The U.S.A.
(VOA)
8:00-Mlslc By Roth
8:30-Family Theater
9:00-You Asked For It (Re-
Uest.--pl1eae phone be.
on 8:30)
10:30-Nelson Eddy's Penthouse
Party
11:00-Wayne King serenade
11:30-One Night stand
11:45-Music To Dream By
12:00--Sign Off

Eplanmation of Symbols
BDBC-Brltih Broadcasting Cor-
portion
USA-United States Army
USAF-United States Air Forae
VA-Veterans Administration
VOA-Voice of America


e AmaJli ai WRflarf A C.WwtillH '6 T'h'IMUW .-

CHECK YOUR TICKETS. .. EVEN THE ONE NUMBER -
4 IS A WINNER I

Remember to Favor the TWO for ONE 'STORE
IT FAVORS YOU


COME IN BROWSE AROUND SELECT
WHAT YOU LIKE TAKE IT -


NO DOWN PAYMENT NEEDED


PAY AT YOUR LEISURE IT COSTS YOU NOTHING ADDITIONAL -


Just Follow the Map to Attain a Luxuriou
comfortable and Beautiful Home


996 ,1 ,faR#f 9A911 fl t fl.T'TH9.
- eftp.IB I#aD F ,e g 9 W9g 9 'I.

Park free around the corner on our
lot on 4th of July Ave.


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5chanh 7Jou


For Having So Much. Patience With Us During The First Two Days ,

Of Our 22nd ANNIVERSARY SALE.
We regret that we were not able to give you our usual client da friendly service. Frankly we were
prepared for such a huge crowd, but we have done everyhlng In our power to remedy the iet*I1t .
shall strive to give yoe our best service for the remainder of our ale, which is being cthna.e4itf


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SATURDAY, AUGUST. 7th.
We would Eke to bring to your attention that we are addhin coatianouly new mercha dia to or
anvarary sale, thus assmrif you of new special wvls every day of our sale.


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. CWT, Ala., Aug. I -.of(orts were countered -by vi.
iltuens committee which ance. k
has fought a losing bat. In February 1MB. tIe kite Al-
pt crime in ti vice. bert Patterson's aw lW. of was
ma Leld a major victory damaged by fire tI whtl author.
A- the nominatAon of an ties believed was the work of an,
i -Wtoe of county of- arsonist A mleuth earlier the home
of Hugh dBotley, a former bead
Democratic Executive of the a ,lof wa s dynamite.
iieet in Binliirrtft- e I Mm 't an ht
day night, nominated a life.
eentaUve and other of- Pedtey was nS~ houe at the
or voiding the nominees tlh. e and his wife and three
a May 4 primary. children narrowly escaped la.
Sslatewas sponsored by ury.
Iug Russell County Bet- But the anti crime crusaders
,a-., whose long fight kept hammering away with court
blnge vice and corrup- action, Impeachment chr es, sand
dd a tragic climax last other methods.
h the gangland-style as. Peninsgton once charged at a
i (tne ofits members Democratic committee Bear
in.-nominee Albert Pat- that a political machine heade
by Solicitor Arch Ferrell control.
ailing touched off the led the county. Ferrell, now un-
rar on erim. In Alabs. der Indictment on vote frand
Schargesr In connection with the
martial rule by arm- Patters, election June 1, was one
21 Guardsmen here a of the officials whose nominal.
crackdown on gambling tons ware voided Saturday night.
and the arrest Satur- The Democratic Committee act-
ayor Elmer Reese on ed after a subcommittee rort-
permitting gambling to ed that Ferrell Sheriff
ven after the military Mathews and stale Rep.
William Belcher were connect-
ed with "a vieous political math.
oduct of the Patterson ins and a political conspiracy to
nd jury investigation of fraudulently control the results of
I in Birmingham- re- the May 4 .rimary..."
morrow, with Gov.-nof-. The report blamed the "ma.
s E. Kissin' Jim Fol- chnfl" for the "state of lawless.
cted to be one of the ness' here.
grand jury here will uo i
rect veigLabor Youthleaiue
red Patterson slAying
of the betterment U- Branded- RedFront
iwaa omL..ar Lv 1.. -.


w out the present hold.
ate committee's action
threw out the present hold-
nominees for county govern-
t and installed new ones
M by the crusaders.
Sa victory for the good
it Russell Count."
Pn, president W the
p. said. T pla-
ecunty election mace ery
thae aetft will
City a new complex.
41.O10 next Job," he said. "is to
blishg confidence in t h e
want to see a complete
We're expecting a change
city administration next."
gE RCBA has spoet ,year wag-
frustratng war oft crlme
tE aa on in this playtow
the river from Ft. Beninln,
At times, the asaqIatipns
4.-.m Iq-


By Control Board
WASHINOTOW, Aug. 3 (UP)
-The Subversive Activities Con-
trol Board was urged today to
brand the Labor Youth League as
t -Communist front and rU It
to register as such with ai eov.
emament.
A board member, former Sean
prrly P Cain (R-Wash.) made
e recommendation Ilna 7age
rpoeed decision ont Jusie
apartment's conteion that the
league is a Communist front or.
an4izatona etablahed, dominated
and controlled by the pAtrt.
Cain told the fvem ember
board on the basis of hearings o.
ver which he presided he has con.
eluded that the les "t operate.
ed prinarily for the purpose of
iv aid abd suppo" to the par.
ty.
Cain's decision is not fin#l. It
may be app led by the lague to
the hadM whiek *,wnMuld h e n


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B.S. *FRA BIRLANGA" -......................... g. S
S.S. "METAPAN" .... ......... ................ Aug. IS
S.. "MAJORKA" ...... 4 ................... ...Aug. 19

Weekly sallinp of tw lMgaMneer ships to New York,
New Orleans, Lo Asunge Ban PFrancico and Seattle.

Speelal round trip fair-ft Crlteobal to New fork.
Los Auuile, SD Fieaeshco and Seatle.
To New fork ........:.......................IM .0
To Los Angeles aad Sa Fancisco .......... S12O.S
To Seattle ........ ......................... .0W

Fortalfbtly 1mu gew werylee from Cristobal to
New Orlesans i' tite Martl, Colombia.


LS. "CHIRIQUI" ................
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TLSIUON8S
CUISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA -
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................Aug.

-364 COLON .


The Pacific $1St Navigation Company
INCOR.OI..ATBD OTALr CHARTER 140

Royal M Lines Lid.
FAST FREIGHT AiD PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOULq AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, SCUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
..............................Au .

TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. HAVANA,
NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA. AND LA PALLICE
M.Y. "INA DEL PACIFICO" (1M Tos) ...... Aug. 7
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT .
V. "A NAS" ........... ......... ......... Aug. 4
. "SAMANCO" .................................Au 7
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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and sBia clearance, public utiUw
Mes' m evmnts, providlag t,
rcre, tacMltttea for the
young, sad blood donor pro-
grams.
The. w.ii" p-t* withth tdr
wtPost PN 7195,
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$1,000 to ta uxary ,
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be src adherLece the terms
of the armistice agreement... "The
mole said. "Ay proposals Sor lm-
provement should be examined l6
relation to thee agreement s,
based the pjnaciple at direct
negotions."


e .W auseIgt Coto Club
VIV hold a refaWl Bord et1eg
tomorrow at the Natgarlta Serv.
fe Center at 7: p.m. .

l -Amerkice
Tomorrow qt 9j the Tter-A.
Ierleas Women's Club i holding
1 Board a meeting at
t00 Club H iudietin

St. M7's Aluase.
Wil Meet dho t
Reports on Ue charity dance
d last Saturd be mide
, oniht's ="" of the. Alum-
aose St. ary Aademy.
The =rulear monthly mc ln is
Oehu for T,0 -V.m. in the
hall of the Chorc of the Miracu-
lous Medel.

Businedo WUtg
Per OCm ft Ct
The Curandu Women's Club will
hold Its regular meeting at 9:00
a.m. tomorrow it the Community
Building. Refrements will -be
served.


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martaM
dietetctl te
les, and a
masera of
blran, ore
vice to young
and you will
relax this m
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cult dough 4A
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corn meal er
will want to ti
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pound (2% cup) grW cooked

pepper 1 tea~aoee dry mug'
tard, 4 tea __ 00 lr il ,salt, 1
tablespoon milk. a'

half cups sifted eried flour,


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your od health


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TONIGHT 830 PM,
Is the last performance of the weekend ru
this play which has played to oapaety ,
crowds every night.
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See for yourself: U

PRICE CANOES _
July July
Ist 15th NOW


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PRI~


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$1.00 .85 .ia Condiers,
models
10.00 7.50 6.10 Mufflers
12.50 9.65 7.60 Voltagef r'g
5.00 3.90 2.60 Tall pipes
325 2,50 1,90 Fan belts
3.76 2.40 1.5 ,Te. r otnd


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OUR 6AU ANNIVERSARY

SAL CONTINUES


FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM
Before
3 piece set, "4merlcan" style ..........$350.00
3 plece set, "Debe" style ........... 40.00
3 piee aet, "Tropical Style' .......... 150.00
3 plee. imml room set. ...... 350.00
Bamboo. Ceter Tables .............. 15.00
Bamboo Mam ae n older .............. 15.00
4' zx Cotto Rgap ................... 25.00
FOR YOUR DINING ROOM
"C' eao' style aet. .......... .. 575.00
Va g room bet No. 1020 /... 580.00
Black ViriHed dining room
set W W .............. ......... 0M.00


FOR YOUR BEDROOM
"New Toer" style In two colors ........

Po m ema.ls ...........
'Chldren's d do, 5 shelves ....


555.00
322.00
11.50
59.50
79.50


FOR YOUR KITCHEN
"Astral" octric A.erigerators ......... 175.00
Hot lt_, 1 t= No. 319-J ...... .35.00
~"Btri iite"bletea,. electric.,
M.g i:d,*..'.9,.: .SF';,+.............. IN.O0
. "]ftntrmms" wstterhebtea,
e 1 ........... .. .50
Sel gas .. ............. 75,00
haroth sei-ua tlat ster ....... 12.00


FOR YOUR OFFICE
lM tall"dek a sp ..................from
"Herai" tPwier No. 2000 ........
"Herme" media............
Metal dewas for tsrt ............


2.95
109.50
90.50
19.50


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R LORSALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEO Q RESORTS C, ,
'g $1*'^I1l A^ KNOW PANAMA R COTTAGES, one mil -pt. -
... ,- / 8OQUETE AN Cl ,V. i r"ara. Low rates..* l. Pu.F .e FA. _
se baoo living-FOR~~ALE:-Due to trip. 1 95 hav- 3 FULL 2-1866 V.
bam ow oing- rle PI-Air conertIbleb "30O0 Tour through the entire lhtdbI. "d. Sana " s .
A&. mahbuyw Piogllft m males. elphone 3-0547 o Panama to Boquete. Stoo 3-1f 5 4. ox 435. Bolboio.. J-'.
Sr-Ap e Cristo- FOR SALE: -1948 Oldsmoblui 4.d monte Inn. Tour leaves oo mPF C 787 CrIs abgl 3* .17
,.:.' sedn, Hydr:matic. perfect cond g dy, August 6t, returns : C r B ; " e"
-ft. Coldore 4-668 JIM" JAUNTS, Panama 3-1 Electric refrigeration, ga .
buttfreezer $250; Spartan FOR SALE: '49 Mercury Convrti- 4-567. -PNMA TaL. d ewir MI...
n phono combination, bnicnda bit, excellent conduthon. Leavingor/wd, old DR.W A ,IVI MEPI. T I W-,.. M
S Ii biflet $75; RollwaY Sttesnuthaveqicksole. CLINIC. Day & Night service. BEST PLACE for yuiur ea Iali d.sDmm._N.
S3-4075. Via Aron- tact A/2CNick Costa. Albrok- trial Avenue 209, beside Capitoll vocation! Comfortable-ubCm-
.. 5-. nnce Office, Tel. 3256. "Theater. Tel. 2-3479, Panama. pestre In cool El Vol.le. -ia-a-; L ru.i
LE:-Apold-o-motic iron' FOR SALE- 1953 Plymouth Cro FOR RENT riucdaner.. c Coll
j -cycl. new cond.ion. brook, 7000 miles $1475. Albrook Tivoli Travel Agency, 8 Tivoll Ave. '..
_ice_$75,_take$135.Should 3142.R Tel. 2-0465. Joep_ S Mr_ and. M'
to apprec ate. Balboa 2409. ooIms George IL- .ght; .r. M.-and
SALE FOR SALE: 1931 Model -A Ford ,SHI. EL5 furnished houses on Mrs ma. I And two 1 161, each d
Mahogny dininooo J'Coup, ddly paid. CoIl 2-3670 FOR RENT: Furnished room gh oh at Santa Clara. Tele._.11 -U .. mu. ..abildd..-aTWO .oft
Street Se 0581-B. Tel. 2-315 Bol pletely independent. 4th of uu nln _- -. -T .. r Wi ,i t .
A. enueM* -".. ^' A ^.,oo.. NTelhoe. 2-4912 uF,,,, i "'g!j" i S a. . ..r.;,-. Na2>ia wayo s ,w > wI,

LE:-Entire furnishinO for' FOR SALE: 1947 Plymouth Coupe. p.m. and 2-3584 from 7 to 9 p Cabln'In COOL Cerro Compnon6 Mourt- ft, fb .3oa. do M, r at. u~-a.l u t .
rnesidnce in Gol eights. House 201, Gorges Road, Ancon. tains. Telephone THOMPS. jBol- lia D. rCookliand M; Min h 34 .0 fo J
Airs leaving August 10. Tile- Phone 2-11109.a FOR RENT:-For com lekite, furnish-2.00rORre RecENiin D.L. CUH .i"'Haleadrof -A nd e S*S saded
......P 3-1565. ed room, kitchen, gos, re rig t o,.ell Trent CovetO S6; M 1 8,0
S f: *- FOR SALE: Original owner selling iron and washtub. Ea StreetE/ F R EN i.ff
SALE -- ,sPrefrigerator. 1 951 Buick Riviera, excellent con-0 No. 9, near Olympic SwimmlJ .
bicycle; free Westinghouse sew- dition, radio and Dynatlow $1400. Pool. Do t bo. "o "10 lan Cr- C I--
iMachine, cabinet n Pho Call Balboa 1880. FOR RENTenn:-Furnished room. ol
E:.. - ,e lady's-v -- FOR SALE- 195 Oldsmoble Club of July I Ave. No. 7, upstairs. ATTNTION .L 1. Just built modem r. rw; A Dudl res h -o'- rl er ,w,.
E:----.droom set, lady's v.. Coupe, radio. directional lights, tH Drae,.hed prtment, two Da aH ls.r.nd s Mr.. . in. 'sore o de
Si/bwch & night table $35; obd tires al around. Clean car. FOR RENT: Beautifully fumrnshd bdom, hot cold water. -Tol-. Robert so.m bd two e- Int lM,' Ce*, -
room roer misc. household FOR SALE:-1954 two-door Ford, ra- Tel. 3-0638. d FOl RENT: Furnished and unfur. E-o;. -WC re ` rrb ad-tldotr
ltem. Phone Curundu 3142, Qtrs. dio. Call Bbiboo 3412 ofter 5 p.m. n sed 2-room modern aoprtments. ei n Irene" r Patria Hapnky = would e th
o -. 5.e.,.to ,-LOST & FOUND FOR SALE C*ota A,,r. Aa^rtmet. .10t:i h is't Hg-rad '"n nt I .... ootuSt.aaeb-.
". ;6.^.vnr'ln D '"erun~m e iinaeu ,ftmii--FORRENT:-Aportment aboveC cen J.liS -
'I.5 r-c rtor25ebunt LOST:-Wallet with personaldc- trail Theater building, Centrmalba Ave. reia o. blin Msh Ban Cbam eowas & kb
Syhouse; 8mm. Kodak mnt. pair of binoculars &,clothes PO SALE:-Ageweed 11i0. nud No. 141. Inquire Central The. gt two b dream; l Mar- pul p to S avel a
332 nouse; omm ...k at Blla Vista bea chansatrdlub Reserve So .. -e...Pulled uzn lp his to u.
L Ine movie camera. 64 Do Bell Vista beach on Satu plal Clb Reev water, manager's office. rIi o, s; obi s d, Mascar fro a rece at uce w .99
Street, New Cr" Area. 1st about 5 p.m. Reward, Return eated Cedlem g0ret Kipady Ccil K L. tin ol t the U
Strt, Now Corozl rea. to The Panome American for Jack Cest and Castle Club SI. AM ay FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom a ale a ed oary m nd. mad I Ito rt .to
Mercer. No questions asked. bea r beduge. YOu1 Destileder apartment, 51st Street No.4 2. Un- s 2 1 Una ad two ney ansisn pt 0aftr
SFO N LOST:-Two hunting dogs, black and Nenl. furnished. For fur ther details aIl blockees ei r children-."waIrd. M oau nY bey o t ao, ,
white, in Cocoll.Telephone 2-0679. FOR SALE:-New Dempster 10-foot ublet 3-1802 3-3337. Jr., a Mcn Nanim ad two oto Wi n
SAMiccelaneouS Papih. mill & 28-footr tower $350. Balboa FOR RENT:- Best located furnished e Ma; Helen a.t keeper
Box 3644. apartment, splendid for one or two roese and Mrs. Saimuel Ma- of g te, hiptin todf
.NT:COMPLETE TOP FLOOR FOR RENT FO RSALE:-7gallon Kn 43rd trt 13 SLIPCOVERS 1 hi6ld.e; Mr N. :an dchesks, etce er. IEeum- .. ..- *
r ffi rho busnnes.., I able w asher excellent conditionF N -e SEUPHOLSTERING rs. Wr i une r. ed to .. i I- .'
Tel. 3-491m. __ 3 A. M l.,. wI me
01619 Of Tel. 17/13. Ws Auiul fI[b bedroom mawrfnt, hot water, all --'sMmw M.-.l vlrl. l L ll .
S FOR RENT:;-TModrom thre-btdreoomMr -a Rom'as .ime.6 .%. *-- a. en. w t e ,. -.:-
Aetlop f s h7et fus tvnueN. No. L. ; l a.nor -rb -wII. a uis h ulg e a


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n the ilet of a Republic M* TIIBit TO
,iii'.J, r otewhet Wulia Ludr&
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Tl as,5a 1, tod ad
cepts Jet fuel at hundreds
a minute, distributes it
take point to more
doenm tks all over the
ja such a way that all
vme filled at Pbout the
tjstant, and completes the
process to two and one-naif

blic F-.4'. equipped with
iytm are tho U. Air
Sflhters revealed as being
m. of in-flight refueling.

.| Meetings


e re ar monthly meeting
M& Tnhmian nurses assocla-
ibh held tomorrow at
f. In the INA. Confer
at Gorgs Hospital.
'bene U. Cohen of the Gor-
diservice will speak on
|Lt Advances in Drug Ther-


-M Io Dowd Esehower
has paid warm tribute to the late
Mary Chureb Terrell, first prid.
dnt of the atonal Assocatio5
Colored W en (NACW) for dedi-
eating her great gifts' to the bet.
itment of humanity. Mrs. Ter.
rIl, Waas gto civic racial, and
educational -leader, died July 24
at the age.of 90.
The message from the Prest-
dent's wife was read here Sunday
at an NACW convention by Max-
well M. Rabb Associate CourI
to President Eaenhower. It said:
"I am proud to honor the memo-
r and the great work of your
t pridt Mrs. Mary Church
e She. was rarely endowed.
For more than 40 years her great
gifts were dedicated to thebetter.
ment of humanity, and she left
a truly inspiring record. Ner life
was thoe eptome of courage and
vision and a deep faith-an exam.
pie worthy of emulation by all
who love their fellow mon."
The NACW also eubined Mrs.
Terrell, for "her tireless cusadeI
for equality, justice and true dem-
cracy ever nearly a Mentrury."

Scout-Newsf


P O 4W lInatoeu.al Gi Sout Troop
2 1, IV, and.21 of h lvation Ar-
m____ y head a party last Imday alght

GREAT ary.

Iib obserc et SL SALE L Q rL~: o"4aa


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of th ederatMon of DeMocra-
tic Wmen," a Communist-front
organlation with headquarters
in the uuan Sector of Berlin."
"The federation of Democratic
Women," contnues 0. Journal,
"was exposed In Pariq in 1945
as an ogaaattion dedicated to
enticing women all over the
world to Join Communist cam-
palP. and to carry the Red
Ideology to the faml's bosom,
pefner new generations."


Correo da Manha expose
true nature of Soviet s t
"women's rightV" by public
1phot=o3h of Russian w
n a forced labor e
"Womefa rights" will *b
dubjeet of considerable a
Uton In the "conference."
Also, under a photogra
the funeral of Gemans
in the Jat Berlin uprlA
June 17 1963, Correlo da M
said: heree will be much a
Injtice against Comnm
leaders In Guatemala and
ah OGuaa, but you can be
there w be no mention o
woMsera kMled by the Red
du the recent demontnra
of Omtent workers In
Berlin"


fIlpino Lauds

PtlesOf US *
GUADALAJARA. Mexico, Aug.
3, (USIS) The freedom and
;oOrelgty of the Republic of
the Phglpplne Is the best proof
o the ilutlc policies a the
United _ltate a, ys Mariano Bz-
peleta, MiaTr of the Phlllp-i


Department Mexico. held -ere.
"Al thuh mour two countries are
separft1w the Tsat Pacific,"
Espeleef idtb.ird, "a strange
the Phlli and the United
States for more than a half
century.
"This frneadnhlp between our
two peopl baa bee tested
through land the both in
the fam.d. d world waa,'
he eohiwud. mOM of that or-


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FOR RENT: pd lartent,
bll screened, M Vterb edr om
livingroom_ klttw, both. Tale-
phone 3- S.;
FOR RENT:- 2-bidroom npartmnt
in Bell Vista. Coll Pnan 2-2601.
FOR RENT:-Fumrnshd tw-bdroo
apartment, cool, ser ned. Via Es-
patfa 106. Call 3-4700.
FOR RENT:-Furmshed apWrtment on
No. 1 building, crr 11 th Streetf,
Lefevre Park. -e S-rwer .
FOR RENT:-Furis~hed double 8 sin-
ole -apartMnt screened and in-
spected. Caol Pnurma 2-3065.
FOR RENT.- 2 am eortmnt,
livingroom, diilngrom, kitchen,
bathroom. 13th Strt No. 16, Vio
Porras. Te, 3-2457. .


igof FOR REN4T: Two-room'
inha, apartment $50. Regulor
about total on. North American
iunlat Tel. 3-0471.
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On e of the star'atiration to be presented at the bentit
daes to be -hold at the American Legion Clab Fort Amador Ca-
n Zone on. Iaturda will be a rou of ballet artatst from the
National School of the Danmeof Panama. They will be under the
direction of Anna sLadmuMa. director of the 1achool which Is apon-
Wred by Dofla Ceclia ie _Rem6n This nce ls Just the start of
prom atomreae package fr French troop In Indo-
Obl and II-pltals throughout r The artist shown above
who TlM f at t iare, to r., .Luls bRodrigues and Car-
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was actually a rather eti Iea
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could probably make Aa aeor
come pretty close- t game at
hearts. He also ktew"a his ovn
length in heataf tTJ d
for oense, weP

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could make an fcteve sacrii
in spades, and he was quite slda
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trlicks at spades. hling nlyte
Le sof diamonds end the ace of

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' contain s edmome ofthe. i sepytowns for at
the Material from the book to e paces wasON



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against. the bac* round of ther an pleg ant. it w t
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s"It Ihadt bot een al unknown I o atl
migt have Potptw aw with V a. eyeMdtKo. dmat
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down, paveicularl th h d in ath. ,d t itdv e.
didn't look 12 n years "lostI.'wan e :

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DetoravAe ma -i a 50 S
chane- torecover from burns
eouerr meet of 1is body. suffer,
ed' f a futh e ffort-to save some
of the fouear adts nd seven chil-
dren who died/in the flames.
Ntrses said, however, that Meale
did not seem slatrested In fight.
for ~bis life. Be told them,
tere'a ot much point ia living
aow," t .
Five inexpeusive caskets. each
wit two bodies, wers wred in-
to graves dug bf v teere S.
repalaea CheoV 2Lrk
cemetery burial lot for one more
grave ich Mcie had asked be
saved h...
4thi r 'at Maxioe' in.
stOnMtiesa wnm bhi wife, Mleai, 1.
a lo, ., one yer
s axlei 4, and his
siter Be- e 5; am Bwn,
41, and op Hayden, ; M i. aL
Brown and daughter GeraldIne, 8:
R~rloy Janah rown, and ilatur
The eleventh victiUm Martha Gib.-
soB, 17, was buried a separate
ry. e had been vi tig the
Browns when they and the anites
decided to take a drive to Line
Fork t e the e"al mine where
the two men recently arted to
work.
Th L:.kes failed on Brown's
car ust after 't passed the sum-
ait t ine ,Mou"eIti and was p.
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HoAnd To Ofc1

Openfl 01 ReA l
WAB3MOTO', Aug., (.W1)
-The Bolivian government yes-
terday invited labstant Secre-
teor of State for WIar-rlO .
Affairs Henfy -F. oaiTo visit
Bant Crus September _.
Oivian Abasadr Victor
Andntrade ext ed t Invittion
dunr a aIlat a*. atte Do-
ertment. He a sa a festival will
be hld at Sante Crusn i .that
date to celebrate the official
opening of ha hwy from that

cost of $45Al tO of which $N,-
000W wa by
port-Import of Wahlng-
t. The r hat been In use
since the ear art of this year.
It faclltates b distbuto of food
to isthe lllhi, where more
Bolivians ll
DepartnlAt spokesman Indl-"
catdte United States will be
represented at the ceremonies.

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Handlerarsfrom man*Ay lmad
will be placed om sale in a num-
beret f A n ttts al paut of
a new to h market
oods. produced by en-
The OARR Developmet Cor-
poratioU a new subedieary of the
International welfare srga -
tRon (CARX), will lnprjd-
acts and make them vab
for sale h gwtolesale ad
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HONORS FOR SKOURAS Spyros P. Skouras (right), president
of 20th Century-Fox who received an honorary degre of Doctor
of Humane Letters from New York Medical College, chats with
Gabriel P. Oreggratos a native of Greece who received his doc-
tor's degree, and Mrb. Eva GregorAtos, a graduate of the college's
School of Nursiani at the 96th annual commencement at the
Academy of Mediline, where Skouras delivered the commence-
ment addrei, a (Advt.)


SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
THEATERS TONIGHT!
BALBOA 6.15 -7:55 DIABL HTS. 6e: 1:
Air-Condlttened June HAVER
John LUND u ," .v
W. ed. Ues ofr The Drm' "
Joan LESE PEDO ImGUEL 72:0
"* "sal' of The Dragon"
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FAIR WIND TO JAVA"
Wed. DZ. AM A OF JIAMI'


GATU.N 7-W-
"sua sDanceSJublUe" .
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MAB6ARITA rIB 1:85 CRISTOBAL 6:15 <-:6

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we*Ao make his game contract ina.

Itf he ayed the hand carelessly
F .ttng9 up the queen of dia-
on o the first trick, he would
ms tw. clubs and two diamonds.
aistad, declare played a low die.
oqdfrom dummy and won the
Lt.trick with the ace. He get to
Ulny with a trump in order to
a Spade and then returned to
d my with another trump in or-
d to ruff out dummy's I= spade.
With trumps and spades thus
eliminated from both hands, South
now led a club and finessed dum-
my's nine, East won with the ten
of clubs and was then helplp0 to
defat the contract A club or dia.
mond return would set up one ot
dummy's queens. A spade return
Would give declarerr a ruff and a
discard. In either case, the game
contract was unbeatable.



HaN y Home is Based on Faly
KOwNSg Each Other
Yours is a happy family if:
Both husband and wife are proud.
of each other's accomplishments-
and not afraid of expressing their
wholehearted approval of each
other.
The children are made to feel
their home is really their own,
both in the manner in which they
are allowed to use it, and the re-
sponsibilities they are expected to
asume.
1wamily as a group a has ea -
.ad oy y working and playing
Sone member of the famUnll-Is
the "big shot" who has to be han-
died with kid gloves and whose,
frowns every one else fears.
No one is the family drudge, be.
caube work is shared.
EKiding is good natured and
bring forth laughter, instead of
embarrassment or tears.
Remember Charity Begins
At e.me


Friends are always made warm-
ly welcome, whether they 'are
friends of the adults or of the ceh
dren.
Rouile is not so rigid but atd
IL it cat be tosed Mut the window
for family fu.
.M. M '- spent. et for the t
that wIl impress others, bf r
the tbis that win lladd to the
f ai weD-beaing. orfort sad
eynment of life.
Parefts back ea oe WtM
hild Is a -led for. V theisa
*Mif- take plae inf t ofd
children.
TIe family has its owe vte
k No, is own bdiday tr a p
saieea a re as eadc sAa1-
love sal drm are sure of the
61ve e4 tbeth paear .


"En


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The v


stll to eome l. dthe aan wboe government-insured-
won a Oscar lar ryft de ear. but only a fraction -
gta" In't about to Jive up his sought In authority fr
yoe to t*Ar in an all-out seatnd-m new pubic h0oua uft .
Udame i kerm, : ew n "b" ""
"I'm having .a t1' day," be It also contains
beamed between oae -two ..three crack down o ]f
liek seasons a the picture and builderss whose ", i .
added that he sad his w Rom been dilosod in i t
mary Cleooey, will do a mu.a.l Senate investiation of
together after their first chd Is aMandale.
bou next Jsmumr "if e ean fled .
the -rWm .to ', Indians are free to Im
If sprps fr Hollywood; His type of employment.
lawyers are negotatin now for goveraemetal a-
the rights to George Cohan's' tiens, without mt e on
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11W YORK, Aug. 3 (UP)--Cleveland's long-
but suddenly cocky Indians are all set to
o sfg a "knockout blow" at the world chamn-
K ,. York Yankees tonight.
lights of Cleve- vious meetings this year. Neither
SStadium, the tea played yesterday.. i
-Indians and the in the national League, the
Yankees will clash Brooklyn Dodgers sliced the
game of a truly Idle New York Giants' lead to
M me series. And five games by winning a 2-1,
figure, may be 13-Inning game yesterday from
i- the Yankees' the Milwaukee Bravee.
n League reign The overtimete battle snapped
roke. both a four-game Dodger losing
iMBoeunting on rook- streak and a 10-game' Braves
n'n Miosal against Jnning streak. Dodger starter
f lefty WMtey Ford Billy Loes singled home a run in
r, entered the series the acond inning and held that.
g %Rname .lead over the lead until the Braves scoredi
a*. ore important. they their only run on three singles
g bour r"ms ahead in the vi, with two out in the ninth inning.
column. Reliever Dave Jolly of the Braves
e're gonna be in real gave up the winning run in the
le if we don't aln in that l3th on singles by Duke snider
column soon, observed and Oil Hodges and a sacrifice
keo catcher Yogi Berra. fly by Billy Cox. Reliever Pete
Smnever has been known Wojey gained his first major-
4oll-the page of the Yankees, league win for the Dodgers.
Sbu even Einstei n co t te only other major league
hr7e figured that out better. games yesterday, the Baltimore
'For, should Cleveland sweep Orioles retained seventh place in
k4Lthree games in this series, the the American League by beating
T r will be seven games ahead Philadelphia, 10-2, and Wash ng-
"it the loss column-with only ton whipped Detroit, 11-6.
begsW' more games to be played Bob Turley of the Orioles
between the two teams th seas- pitched a five-hitter for his
The Indian still will be In ninth victoryand struck out
4f they win only two of eight batters to run hi major-
l three ilege eaueading total of strikeouts
The Yankee situation could beto 122. He' walked 13. The
Se-nerate, but the New Yorklers Orioles clinched the game with
Were entering the aeries with a five-run rally in the fIfth In-
onldenee that they will show nling in which they got only one
teir old, famous ability to win hit.
Oth big ones." Roy Slevers hit his 18th and
SYakee manager Casey Sten- 19th homers and drove in five
p i was frankly hopeful of runs for the Senators, Five of
Biiat apln three &Mwes with the Washington rns wetse un-
S Af Reynolds and Bob earned. Mickey Veron also
.Qlm aa his starting pitchers, homered for Lhe Senators as
The gnarled skipper nodded his Dean Stone gained his ninth
iheAd and said. "They're good win.
zq:.; they could aweim 'em." .
Both teams ride Into the so- TSTMRDAY'S STAR Roy
I. om modest winning streaks- iers .lBe n estors, who
eedlanta with four games nnd it.w o obaPs_ap a asiagle
t .Yankees with three. They and I rve IfI Rv Inp an
S split even in their 14 pre-1 114 win ovoW'r ea.e.


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Club Sall.Races
The second heat of t.he sour-
race series In the Rain Season
Regatta of the Balboa Teht Club
was held Sunday. The clis" "A"
and class "B" sailing marines
started on the lame flag: with
winds light and variable, uad a
driving drizzle dampen ad the
decks of the boat but not the spir.
its of the skippers asd crews as
the race progressed.
The class "A" race saw Kelpie
sklri across the finish line for her
second win in this series. Here
Mau Bill Wymer'h 32-foot cutter,
fought against time and the ele-
ments to nose Ed. Rigby's little
ketch Taata out of second place
by several minutes.
Taata's slow start put her over
the barrel, but with two more rac-
es remaining in the series .,she
may still show her transom to;the
fleet on a corrected time bails.
Single-leading, Arthur Barrett
brought bhi .loop Mad Cap around
in fourth place, somewhat ham.
pered by lack of crew and by an
excess of sea shrubbery on her
wet side.
The class "B' victory went to
the starboat Riptide, whose skip-
per-ownqr Avery King and his son
Jimmy salvaged what looked like
a lost race with some smart sail-
ing.
Merry Widow, another starboat,
held down the second place billet
go that the stars now are tied'In
the "B" series with a first and p
second place apiece.
The third and fourth races o1
the "A" and "B" series will be
sailed, weather permitting, a*
Sunday, August eighth, and on
Sunday, August fifteenth, The ri
starting flag flies at 1:30 p.m.

Ottawa A's Fast

Becoming Hardest

1. L. Team To Beat
By -TED PRENS
The Ottawa Athletics, the ear-
ly-season doormats of the later.
national League, suddenly have
become one of the hardest toamsa
in 1e league to bet.
The. A's. alainiiueij i


&ONORATULATIONS Winner of the In
the recently conducted Pa a Area ,n
Tournament at Fort Amao Major .Leo t
.(left) receives congratulatdofkrom runner--iL.;
W. Ewbank of Corozal. a dfeated EwbaM. e
plonship match by scores of 5-, 6-1 and 6.0. s st second
triuinph of the year for Hayes who also copped te title in. the
Panama Amateur Tourney a fe wmonth ago.
(U. S. Army photo bylSgt. Alvin Dale)


Sdro sa ina knoi
Colon W is an "ou -
.out" alugg and relishes In
mu a unhes with hisop
poniem is, although a good
er, has alwas shown a wil
n sto ,trade punches also.
STsh caut he bout to
-*ctu-spacked t the opening
,&h GarBia I ridanc the
eresretaf Mareptwinning streak
and is eiertdly bae* In the
excellent fojr he enoyed
hen 'be defeated Kid Zefne
to 'win the Panama feather-
weight ehamponashi, Colbn
Gare I lest the .P. 1W-
ad diaem to he late
Staley "Boeky" MecKay In
The Puerto Rican's last five
fight wound up in the following
manner: Charley Boss, U.S.A.,
K.O. In -8 Pedro Gonzales, Pur-
to Rico. O0. in V; Dlablllo Rojo,
Puerto Rico, ton-round decision;
Jose Vaneges, lost decision In
ten-round and won ten-round
decision in return match.
Tous stopped Isdro Martinez
In thrilling and bloody contet
with one second remaining tn
the' 15th and last round to wi
the Zsthmlan featherweight
crown early this year. In his last
outing, he ealy defeated light-
weight contender Horacio Ottis.
It was the second time that Te-
als had beaten OttW.
Abe Ineluded on Sunday's
program will e a special ma-
teur bout between RP. ban-
tmweight chmp Albert. 'To-
to' Ibata and Colon's leading
contender Claudio Martinez.
odlfo Ampudtia and Victor
AsprWia fill battle six rounds at
118 pounds In the semifinal
Blak Btill and Alfonso Perkin-
son wll slug it out in another
six-rounder at the 128 pound
weight Itmnt.
General admission is only $1
(one dollar). Reserved ringide
seats est 3 (three dollaft) and
other ringside ats will go for
$2 .(tw do ar.). .
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IB. 00 0 02x-10 10 0
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Dt 100 004001- 6 13 3
(9-4), McDermott and
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Dan Daniel

Whe Leskman's flareup MAMuA L e W e*i t Ie ro e
OIro= 4= b rueay lu vode ariou endruetomiUm and In-
terarpreftU,. '
One school of baseball Sherleeks found It to lbave Mn a
case aot thh tomn.aturn and low Icden oA OuatPlto.
Another t Qf tradlato rs is confident that it w the coming
to a head ofJ a serious situation w41cb lht have unpleasfnt Im-
pact ea the'club'sg tr u le for the pennat.
,to a consddrable degree the nature of the in ig been
-dictated by a liking, or la%& of admiration, for o and h ls
methds, ...
r nvslWtL*Uon of the 'ate of affair at the PO f00M-und4. ab
broughbtWt tWo ailient facts. One. Durohe belle a atoem
of h14 pUyeaw Bave not been hustUinag to we stns t. Twoa few
of the eana peeved at their pcaonally too caustl alan-
aer, who himself vety much on the,W his' tenure With
Horace Stoneh and hi future In te a_ Oa "
ast Pall, Seham announced l*at Abad Im5A LeO for
two more.years, fom one ouoOlMtOee dwi, I e Nne
the insteence that It. a-a ell cait, at m .. Ame inm. few-
ever. from olclal locali.In the .0a0-- .OIOU_,jeforew
York h seeped the nlagrmatpin tbah e&Ig thIa U
paut nLiopen to du eal akggafte. . .
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-he Jop to co 0 0 *
irokloyn dodger front of-
vidently isguras: If you
peat 'em, hire 'em to work
U.
tba, last two years, the .
rs have bowed to the New
ranks in World Series play,
he Yankee publicity direc-
krthur "Red" Patteri ,
let the sports world forgpit
iterday Patterson went to'
tigers as assistant general
r who once. wrote
for New York Hernad
S ay his duties at
b vars been ouatiuea
Ieqno is epeated'tio
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I Wt- the s paed only .350


asat d that a lYent S HAO.
Al e martk o sem d 5th
t Oncel, but the A's tied, t ,o' .
S with a run nd then wonseven it th.e Itwas aS
T ; s ayed that, way .ti M v,-t his

folleow'lahiing lmmd hi asonh is
he Of the season and see .
16hd of, the Pmse in the 6loth in. .]w =i.ak .
/ni Once taain the A's tied it w1M n r b
:wiT A arba and then won it the1 itW "- # _a
bowing .ing, -ngce
In other action, the Montreal Cal. (U.
Royals ,moved to within se ven
Fames x t a.lead by downing theT L o _
eme -e.ading Toronto Ma pIle IlOnIS tof
Leafs tWaes ,U and 4-2; the Svra.
cuse Chiefs shaded the Cuban
Sugar Kings, 3-0; and the Buffalo irl i
Bisons defeated the Richmond O n Colle
Virginians 7-5. A second game g
between bffalo and Richmond
was postponed because of rain.
(By U.P.)
0S Cops Davis Cup CoachPa
Z'I denWes ad 0fred a big
Zone Semifinals SI. E 0 red a col
stars.
Parker amy4*-"There
Against Cuba 5-0 t .Isu*-
Jim Tatum and ape
ST. PETERSBURG, F1.. Aug 3 Ar GW) (OfA ,
(UP)-'The United States made a Trs ine). t
eian sweep of the Amierican zone spirit e.f-
semifinal; of the Davis Cup elml- Non '"
attlons Sunday with a 540 tr.umnh ...hear -s p" l


The U. S. team clinched the ln
victory Saturday, but Hal Burrows
Sof _harlttteavllle, Va.. and HamUi-
ton Richardson of Baton Rouge,
* Ia., made the score a perfect oe
today by beating Cuba's Garrid C

Burrows had the toughest match T
rbut managed to puzzle Orlando
Garrido with his drop shots to win B
6-4. 6-4, 6-4. Burrows' court strat- .(UP
egy vas too much for the Cubaq. halt
Sui
Richard played faultless tennis les
and won easly over Garrido's
i"p*h-r, Rey" do. -1, 6-2, 6-2.
k !It took only minutes for Rich-
ardoan to cop the three-out-of-five g
gami
The victory advanced the U.S. hor
. ad to the American zone fl. vet
nals scheduled next month, when ]
the team m. -ts the winner of the MNe
a semiflals between Canada and
Mexico. Thus far, the U.S. squad heh
has yet drop a sidngle set in the
'cempelt-Ls.


8 CoL .rnest W. Ewbank (righ
fot Brig. Gen. W. I. LaldE
SAa.'afteifteearmig-up with. Pvt. Jad
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(cent Tentis tournament at Fort Amador. day and removed from the 1Mil-
Alght yeir that Ewbank has been on the waukee Braves' lineup.
I. Flana n wail making first appear- The "beaning" touched offt an-
it scene. The title-winning duo is from o words between Jaclde.Rob-
8. Army photo by Sgt. W. Paulson) Inson of, the Dodgers and Ed
Mathews of the Braves and the
player s had to be parted by
Senl es pyng the umpires and their team-
-, W U .Q "_I K n~ates. -z Mathews apparently was
charging y.at the Daodger were
4" AII s "dusting off" Adcock.
Ye Grid All-Stiars Adcock. who had flied oat and
doubled in his two previous ap-
pearances at the plate, was
-- 0 S-truck bby y tch Clem La-
The Lions play the college bne in the fourth Inning. He
crew August l3at Soldier's feld to the ground h hs
r of the in Chicago. head but never lot eonhious-
roit Lions Coach Hampton Poole of the neis.a The impact of the blow
10 coach Los Angeles Rams thinks the ls1asened by en .innTe helmet
liege Al- team looks all right so far. The was l arienby helmet
Rams scored a 34-13 win over Jw e detued t by the B
s nothing powerful Fort Ord, Califona* in n Joe returned to the raves
lng coach their first pre-seaWnm me. V neupagaien th oers yes- 1
irts editor Ord Isathe national service terday afternoon at held.
Ohit1cp- atptionF. Former Chicago ar-
bo atr upl dial fullback 0li Matson aeor- m iA D as j
taw "C ad .both touchdowns for the Ar- IF loyW lH
1 ver ere and there p football... res -d
SAh eSa The Baltimore Colts hpve re- 106 VIe oU
I report laobed fullback Don Kerlia of ,
SConcordla. Minneaota, colloae Hr s
----d Louisville halfback Tom Lu- .OV VeVr 1 s
4, 1 0)j, both rookies. .
11 The Pittaburgh Seelers have NEW YORK Aug. -(UP) -
IP started twice-a-day drills at Heav we t ommy Harrison of
Olean. New York. Fifty-nine Los Angeles said thankfully today
players are on hand with veter- "I'm glad he didn't throw thai
an guard Dale Dodrill the only last one."
holdout. He said It about P loyd Patter.
S The Edmonton Eskimos of the son of Brooklyn, a Yuniter who
ill .an.dia.n Footbal Lague has had murder n u fis msrut r
top American Import be- ey in his heart as he'stoped Har-
A .J^ :%0of injury. End Sam Heag- rn at 1:29 of te frit road
I G"of Ohorgla Tech left for last night in Brmwida'a Eastera
i d to heal. Patterson, fiflh-raples Ight
Wake Foreat College has named heavyweight coteeder,. Il ee
Y coach. MP will coach ends MW the gestured hnua i th
Sbaekeld. M s aves for p n r C
Z to- stop.the boata.
.I Conn did.
,o l"-I'm glad e didn't hi me a.
gain. if I- was as e I as W.
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It has been iny biperienceInbambslLthft
=layer fights. if brougmInto the opeI, ttherttgmupherb and
lead to better undraning and stronger morale.
However, there l no that now ad t ne oof se
scraps i too deply rooted. Ita Vviu* spreads, affetn ntant
changes sfatally, ,
Durocher had a serious hassle with Bobby Thomaon tauo Mum-
mer. The situation worsened and finally Bobby was aent to Mil-
waukee in a deIl which brought qbhnny Antonelm and Don Ld-
die to the Giants and hurled the Giants. right Into the thik of
the 1954 race.
Thomson is a quiet, usually undemonstratIve ballplayer and
It was considered 'odd that he gould have become aso vIolmtly
embroiled with hie manager. .
However, here Is yet anther Docher battle with the 'hom-
son type. Lo-ma"n a no mnre the bellgere.t than Bobby. er-
haps the qiet an I al the more lfkO to chafe to a ont of
public remonistrance aipt Leo's forceful tactics.
It the Gits I onanLockman for having made public'ptesqt
against being benched In tmidt of battle for falling to run
out an Infleld chance, the blMae falls no lea heavily on-Leo for
having punished the Ul6r In public view.
Such things are bestpandled vI the privacy of the manager's
office. iConcevably, Durocher ated when and how he did b
design. But his maneuvr sti ate not to be condoned.
It all cones down to this: B'hplayers actually are human
beings, and not, as so maany managis hiot, mere aut a
CASEY KNOWS HOW TO NWADLE = W MAK TI' -
Casey Stengel know how to handle plkye" who.are ltD ed
to reach the point o pen protuet. And.te taafkepwaow
to curb the temptaton to make ubU i aui, .
It is no secret at, becaIwe' of his two-platoon system, es-
pecially in the outfield, Caey has developed some strong asperi-
ties on his club.
But there are no publi flartp. Caey-takes every oppor-
tunity to placate ce spirits, and -they cool down.
What n A more v em Ihandng a
player than oe had Ulth Ua eTut The hoie run
king wanted to be man afr his ambition broke the e nto
two cliques, But the altuatIoCh never afftete the pennant effort
of club or individual, or brqUe out on the ne. .
John J. McGraw became Involved In repeated oral combats
with players, but only otice did he' throw .th. .potl ibt on a
situation of that soit That was inh eVptlber, 168, TIna Giant
defeat in Flatbush which virtually gave the. pennant toi the
Dodgers, ?-
sed. oV t W believed to be a of hustle by the
late Charley jWW1 a few otlera, .Mcraw left the park
in the middle other Um me and announced tiathi team's saow-
ing "turned my stomaLh.".
Eddie Stanky mid ano ilSahtor h Iardly wre ..waluy
lat yr. so now Contry 4 7 withte T.Yke_. F orauke-
Lou Boudreau sent Maurice McDW nbt.'an U 8-ame winn eras
season, to the Senators,
The Giant are much too od bssneemen to permit a hot
afternoon's flarup to affeet them arouly But it' too bad It
happened.


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'Z=-* =f.. ts. announced '. 19tl9 These are
IB -Herbert Douglabs g(owV agaunmt Henry Thompeon
Sosbew to nt this dzof
Sr s Ih I T Colon amat b card. T

at.Pma tin Fri eUe t
I ,T ss 'Y Ac Oi4asa" the bit "ghost"
it* ^ ^ ."O .I t bo -4jt .fin.hmbed work-
qpeeteular i'.1a6elnte easrU- Inrg.jn ea -hitory, of
,ed t ardI reedlted "I- our otewoznalW baU Leagueo.
inAmteur Box- LewIs tolds that many fact
In r of the reveled in his reeare will
for the 3-round make b cm tia tloead like a
IgmlO% 1lecalblaw
tn. t rtM of these Rodolfo Did Smou kno that Bob Hom-
rdby I w ontly 0 with an usa-
Uff-a ed sted Double-play or that 0-
eito C- ace Brin wo the honor
Sni la tt~elBWeb rouad after two instead. of eil aat was
Id- *m tY! 7-flwseeoands. announced In 1047? These are
11. f he a* Emos of the ito
tiff t cloe data contained 'In Alter Aaa
of the uCottpietw History of the pana-
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gh his *vyil amplib'x deo Fri
the af Th B of th titl nsaat Harold Johnson has been 'IMse vic- show
plenty of pitching at Madion Squarm e Gar- tim on three oecsiog h, e basis no tr
Svarietes from W den, Aug. 11 fbr this acrap, P paper anyway, eager.
Mtejud.JiM W Wl 1. mwuta~oand nsomemes he.
hs excellent 544f- Mott t Pi# l his B wat
neen wild. Dave Jolly paeks 10 m e in ufbte a st inost hic
height as a fireman an famous ara ftand
Jdmon is way above avetu rg ya of "ootop" o tha
-a saiddle map. ,ricpal' reason, for IN that a fti v of bl
She ol fellow bs been altogether to w
1Th Mllwaukee defe sr match. too formidable His m a nager, n' hi
eIt attack, Denny O'iCoeg n hatley Johnstoun. i president of breathe
p au i m and teamnwit wi t the union..'m wh the n
dbe t busi-..uthen
ffiatiel Crandf Ii- an the w beak mi b u. fnta- ten
haie atc ne. a.. Moore is y te .rang-. roughtshe 't ,rd
ar s e didn't think t estcase. .. wto' So
wero beaten when teacase.4. 4LEa, m -Zhandim,
inesbehin tor- Even who* aught' u with e ti Jm sted
r"Grime. "You .can tImane Joy eas and ea ed the mn'.a o O z. er t
how they .eelw now wth Sy. ,eigts, "oft had. to get his pay- algyeat"= 1 AugI.
thing briaking teir war. ',. days by aga.e.i 6Xe dCleve- 1m. o.t M na 11o Uf "f.h
$A lot-of people jumBd aft4. Ipd Oendmas-:Utah, %-1-t-C, bo 100 a i
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1 or. ..was l e only rigbhsi. er
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good he gets from now th season's irst b
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Marnkel an.d a, Biurbazk
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LGTON A.old n- "Let te people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham .
v him a top-secret TWEre.MNT i rEA PANAMA. LIF.. iUKSDAY, AUGUST 3. 1934 vg cit g


I Le l Censure-McCarthy Issue Goes^FKL hel fgh
w land revealed he
SSpecial Six Man Committee
ans action r ,pone of,,
t ahrant abuses of exe.
power that I have ever WASHINGTON. Aug. 3 (UP) nominated by leaders of each to have any further testimony" senators woe damS met oppose
S of enate OOP Leader William F. party. on the charges. McCarthy wieC he was more I h
SKnowland predicted today a Knowland switched strategy Flanders was backed by Sen. powerful were JaDlg on the
e GOP leader brought un the special six-man committee will again yesterday and prpd A. Mike Monroney. (R -kla.), W isconsn .epbleMsa "when
hitter during Senate debate on a be named "within 48 hours" for that the Senate set up e se- who said Knowlanda m e to" a Btstle a iod "no

He said he did so because Morse thy should be censured. His surprise plan forestalled Knowland's proposal was the would go around kicking crip-


At hi hoe in Independence, quits for the year. The vote Before the vote Sen Ralph would offer a non-debatable would command confidence
*., where he is recovering from came after a long, often angry Flanders (R-Vt.), author of the motion to "stable," or kill, the throughout the nation. They '.z,9
aorinal surgery, Truman said debate over the copover-sal controversial resolution, told Flanders resolution. made it plain De.mocratic ex-
a while be has "every confi- Wisconsin Republican who has his colleagues there is "no need Knowland shared t hat pect to have a tky role in de-
In Mr. More's veracity, I won national attention by lhia a I terming the Democratic mem- Two F. Moatbrth, J., sol- .
no recollection of any such Red-hunting'activlties. bership. diers Inspect the Army's new Sigtal Osiwpeuigneer p totnhMuce of
b t." cCartthy told ,on orders .M.cCa h Hu- rlS..W Cha r-g Knowland Ioted that the tipoou aprh. ta Art HDtcon. Cal erua1prdt i t
thf& FI t Staten. d welcomed the decision In tourigtd Newa o ule Senate already hai eaf th
Sawianded the State and De-h hoped the committee would meet "considerable sdiibwer of points
m fdepartmIents told him th morning, noon and night to A IIf of view" on th Flanders propo-
lwhernti carried a tom se ed its report. He ld he Fa Gen aeOrfe M dtrSale il sal, and that It ah a large back-
aJbel when orseu would testify and demanded .he Ur log of legislation.M e a
in r se' s at Mea, right to cross-examine .seven He nad the ttimec oing
t. 1952. senators on what he termed when the te decide
lether mantlatro said bluntly that t heSn.Jsep R. Marty prut a- qiet" "I hanocoment." a crtor meeuto n

:"esadmate iarsa" shall : "woioheld sell out his on "H"ary nH Worig iTopekacontrol ofreSnaMte.oBut ths
tiealfeior h e mo noot task n naming r orn case he said, it is important that
eOthe cwhmmnttM orseournde o" Terona adr e K letter was addressed to theposaed group "have no
Featured s sawd thea, demite oandeds The letter, written June "Dear Bob" and bore no further
optimism, twill hard toin 1954 said as to the addressee. Mcar- ie expressed hope that Nixonf
Sathree Republans and three rmeds t hy told newsmen t w en to would name senators who have
&t.thebonair Bchrglrs ageth a pristy Wnweri si t "i
bOmralateesdai metrs andr main hi poll- "Bob Harris ... vust a fellow not been "active partisans" In
.- anment do tica l and mltay et on with over in New York.' He said car- the McCarthy dispute.
pl doratons have been One source said members the powers that be. ris sent it to another senator. i
thestueon the"toforple-w"Ten -two Ofgth em frolon day ath e tterfro m fa Wodrmer haHndeds aldSe did not know much
tO n the eDebonal ate's b"heavywebIghts-o" -i t he 1nTofka, Kans., Woodring H about Harrit Wfteltewi-hudnralave m
olor" formal Bathem o and most Inufluential dd thette n ih- e C te ar.Ten a letterhadeargob erom" p i
Bu ute firt wask w era n Mar shall wouldl out his ownor sending Woodring a copy of*.
D c r"grandmother forpr sonal ad-aKnte boo. ity Im and



said. tha, lie t i ift.'loor e ie tlhter, ott dien r-states- repre ient tve The arn w n feeh lop" r n .
OthreeRROt for ac J rae 14 151, missin rto hnaasf Cd a aiat Co truce Aiior
TRAL THEATR altttahislpesad e if the Snateesiodenrme ans iseonuldnramions whorde

stanrto maintain"im. 7 U P durnl RoosebHi 's second llow 0 Korean men carrying ban--"In
assirgnment. ant.eoldd m .ers rpreeotariew.T" w soarmmhe Mn arthedispute. lr o

ant eobel ,eac Prie in- harm cuef oa taff, said hme be in front of the heavily se- a 'aMpwsa A
Ce teop- the Tropical would be f7~t from among the'Inrote the Kertn Jun3H 195h to ure Nieleach copodn Pn- much
thebDebonair team os seci ea ws ovd-orts






ne s oth veroed o re r shd e le ler- ti ptes 10Hartra ca onstiw i th noD e I ts s aar s




f k oa'd st el w- wgr d dnot coti.P o tawheleptte r d ho ho t cnr f rertlt C ouannktd "ac atndr ^l0e" ar -
OPENING TOMO !ROW I II ed waohil s "would byadn ec-utas o.or ened A.g. t rms d3PkTao n osead tyes oanth ed epenoaril ,ra hemeudrn t beo:
w said hid June Se leU- dem honsraora hontteed alogans custody inclu e hre atop-leel tar a






I ^*^^HH~lllM~s|yIIIIII-----^ AmS to a the another flir = 4r "w AiW. a i Let ol hen mU i erny oenWndro on und l leaders eae. WS'. .
tor enremat ho hm e fatlee ofRagh tasa rewuldel oai the Communidatno oneuwas hurt. Aebu sio aresed EeE D -s t. t
I po ropsed onaes ma. taredsp ci ficdt harheo arnd asho uto-d re w ye o er F or
ng reInim**B^--- bya issaidr helta ona ht teadp in front of the rueanil he- par t .ThFd her
vil f..^nI roosvt. demsi the letter n, 194etonrao c ors ndd int Ptu rI a ae a P

FTall n oftt e madeo b othefo a said hs lett agr "T 120 0. deonsratorsb FB I agents at rSt
floorn ect tbaioIonvinced areseneres eara throuThout centerfCtwon msore iDenvnrs




aTh kivmiad honl the aknc Sin-de .ea be carin edB toiin man ter seload o The r a safid twere see now
Cnlo wnallICs bsiWoodrinf sprot June 2o alet- demostates chanted sgaes custody Inclued lthre to-leve



OPENINGa y tSyn e al frseast thd bette rifeAn frntofte s aons wa iothe nd theound inoeaers. a Mahe I
owBswh h elphoy aCh oha toln ad actresltBofthe omdemunsations Zoerea"dey ua" h to arelest edon t te re da




len renew Cana Zone dendes Cpartmt heang.t thewhee truuceinatrate thds dlslwee or oles ared were dnd bepen thre ti oth
being remindsed by teleoto vher a chif nof hs manr michtf ericand miltao nedlo Co. and hi vieMat



Wha Il rOwnewrs suhIi itwsads ane- obection oa pwrsde Nt en pdViont tef gate and f the oSe r 6 t i he oBI si eer-ete.
Baue daotent sent's oo to MenoR mbletar hal l r tinpi mey t. esmankreidn cewhlet wneu wa ap-e o
Calla obeingd eb the "raesed fror k ar o nths befhoreBad"Tee was mov volenc foreite atreened by F entsa Sta-
Then CvTie wCou inreach Marshallshoul thed" b he aolnte- BInT huo.2and the nstranors Coin- ued thr fiveswereayary be d
Canal h oee twntheasrtertarisep beenaidethrost d otgenate ereodtw orbed FBI arents late S edn-
a" ton o asst by notifsn dog I bettr the neandalations vioasoetio tHo indtever a ndtihe tch"n
onewhohaveJu elephones,- and nde mstrlaschag tedmsl"gao-nLosAngle.one of the eostop-even
The names ofthose whohiaeo terthalt fre sthe Stat Dif e din SoutoetheAnS.tor em.n- ofndered grantaunde.herse. B
aretoins eriog uflicen ute ahis n tand- Czechs o os spring otah and adotem
tog thew.Canal' Zonedglcessarbe-rdit icW l te UN snzhi elegte Rear the oedet ifed gvermWasntoh
cause tnne- "Headshalloodenough military T.fAmericatnmilita oplie o thebye torcl.andphiswa i
being rem rindedbyteleonden to vera thg t b.to foPt t wa s c rgei n m eto by t .oft en. Lee Th arrest td. inh e nvherhSun-
conig team which Wrkda steps have been twasnolto proesrbed by FBI Dietorat.Sta-
Calda e in ngh fth e largyoer Ca- convi edrhmtn h im beter amthe meusp letionHov rasaportinDe c h" d
2th Zne ioba l und MgarshllPosttstoule a n tell Bteam s."i o ne otheriarty's "oust ed
fmfThs sond as the rnoifio, cationyo that e o lAdbe s Ougth is t Leedid eo mentie nsden. Won West CoAeuientyb erBarguts leSaun-ighb that p a
marleZonethnitle b gendmoer i personalead-n N Duki'nss declaationfathemdayfui Heroove sai in hhifetha


akeog whtch have benotifyingedogsIrM-rall n betterrIn


91 alliamals which have been tr t Peida l ln.thinkin. th.g B7Vheag. .8tr
Im pounded more than four days fw.e. rta J . The most starting obestlon n oWorld I n a
without being claimed, will be new As snicant as all of these ac- Wilson has made, whia reflects to have- to pews pTo M 1. ,
Either Isold or destroyed. tolevl A mplish meAts was the restoration this attitude, was droid almost thing before ta- 'u
positive civilian control of the unnoticed at a nwrentreumaAt the util t
misal-- UKI-iLac- _ t military structure for, the ference. He was asked: frmly l M o.
&%-no."" -Ii l IMtr p thaM" uttime since before World "Can we prevent U ve ee w"pg by sole ma *
-. ..-a. War II. Communist type of aggresiogs by preventive wa. ioo,
As-Abo--Vut tisme Xyes left to re- military action or by a iry ia t
theg s_ bae turn to rvate industry. Wilma's posture?" "We haveM, two w rM a UN
b-lMa ohm JjFt outlook an to broodea inemy s. h V
Ma iUomethalMsly. There was no comsHe replied: myed bowto S
Eyes said he was lea because abe
be the Pougtbon on theroad W twice as m
w.a' more e.Iecy. we had a I t
OM NMa SMMost observers have seeptat of modern of
54is'exlNati TAMe would57e a o* a-

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