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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00472
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00472
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JAMAICAN PEN PALS You may not like It, but you've
got it.
12 Bryden Street, AFL observers here have been
Brown's Town, screaming about it for over a y "r.
Kingston P. 0. At least two U. S. senators bae
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We would be very grateful if you would publish our name n It eight months a m
your pen w l column. The name n .tae s owurchasinge i eoa m
eormne Delgado, 2 year obld 000 worth of defens.deA
We live a roae dlrd sand are I interested in Panama- dda org l pla a re pm
alnas. We both are single and would therefore be more int e- lag for In Communist -mamd .
ai In someone of the opposite sex.V .-even 'in Communist mne
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panion. Please note, we are Jamalcans. Ta fact, millions of dollars

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Anti-McCarthy Candidate '. "'ink"" o Iby
nd By E is ne There is one recent series at
Endorsed By Esenhower saw,000000 ordero..
sand an $18000,000 order,.
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WASHINGTON, Aug. 12 -(UP)will aot deliver it until after Con- who are members of theo
dent Elsenhower ye s t er- gress quits. .. in labor eder .s
se a petition that he op- 3. He plans a day-tong, asWtiW I. The smaller or de wa
tesenatorial candidacy of with his Cabinet tomorrow- at net sufficient to guarantee lon
p. Clifford Case (R-N. Camp David, the Prealden' re- time production and there w ,
wose anti-McCarth stand treat in the western Maryland lost prestige among the a
spli New Jersey epublic- mountains, sie workers in the anUt.Co
St wo In connection with the Case can- plant.
Pfi resident, who endorsed didacy Mr. Eisenhower was re. The answers I et to my .qus.
esther this week, said he minded he once had id i effect Uons all add up the same re
s the l ofa can- that as head of the. epRN UhG fraa: 'These wwks prosnot
GOP sol' have. He Party he would support all 01 really Communista. They iuet voU
New Jerae public cansa candidates nominated in their r Communist and paytheirdue to T have been following the v
minntd a man whose con- states. te Cmmunist30r tod widet of J. Fred Nu
recordd he considers they're nice pple, dl*ea the.TV pe, edaiderable
a toldhsnw The President laughed and co. from te Rusa Lres se hit ip reminds,
Setolds his news ceded he had made som general. Well, just drive- across northern ts of
seen a tele- izatior that did not stand up. Italy, through the industrial beilt greamen re
.i tf MNew Jersey Then he" weft n' to praise Case and. Aw ints the PormlNar am, r past.
us T"h ey reportedly as an honest and honorable man as I have. Around Florence alone rave seen do not entirelyun-
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the chief executive's Re ca sold ors are pro-Communisa. They whit over to Paris to see the gi~
the nominee out of Iis1f ia sheO the U.S. nd our de. and who inevitably wind up rid
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own NBC-T'V show, but for The dawn comes up like orange
rsa, of course she was associ- blossoms.
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ey performed on that great pro- nervous at first f rights. "I'V* e t
am bad the two married. And a placid diapoiion," she ias
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parently, that many viewers here s one occasion hea es
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"circl.-e1eanM i*oftens and
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look fier. Timsue of wel.
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, 4..0; Patriciop wedge-
I e,; wonder horse toy 13;
IIorM needs repair $3. Dol-
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4- Complete sett venetian
ifType 336 house, almost
rnthogany dresser and benrh.
41, Coroxoh. Phone 2-4225.
LLE;-195l Bendlxfully puto-
i'0-. waher, 60-cycle, used
wnths $180; "mon's'i7-ewel
watch, perfect $10. Clayton

tW$. SALE .--,O-cycle refrigerator in
S ood. condition $75,; 66-cycle
Failroting electric fan; 25-cy-
ing machine motor. Phone

k iE--Chst of drawers with
fr,; .Deslpfree andIce cub
celer; studio couch. 3 pillows;
I radio; dishes. Warna blender.
Jtljie $01-0, Cyau j^SALE:-Two 9-t, pa ne screens.
ar tion ve s
g hone'alb oa 1931.

." BARGAINS! Dropletf
, *'chaIrs $25; okfapi cot-
f 5; Ioun : choir. trick
cover cuioUn 35. Ex-
fdltlo.Te.I..-2233 or
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FOR SALE:-1951 DeSoto sedo41s-
cellent' condition, radio. Orig.al
owner. $olboa 2117, from 9 a.m.
to 4 p.m. JosS Riesn.

FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac two.dow,
good condition and good ,trW, low
mileage. Reasonable. Boib 6344.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Chevrolet Tudor
sedan, block, good condition $550,
R I 5A, Roussau.

FOR SALE:- 11 Hillmnun Mi x, k-
cillent cofditlon $650. CIShd&-
nonc. .Call lCurunu -
Qtrs. 2003-0. .

FOR SALE5.-519S1 Cue0- Mtwji r
Ford, Overdrive,'heterie 9.l ,.5
Excellent condiort7: CoS
7 26. .
FOR SALE: 1953 Buick Rivim.a,
Dynaflow. radio, w/s/w tires, os
than 7000 miles $;000. Down pdy-
ment $667. Keimly, 307 Horriok
Road. Ancon. Tel. 2-1053.
FOR SALE: 1941 Buick sedan.
eds work on .first and ever
oeari $100 or bet offer. Balboo


FOR RENT: -,- Two-bedroam V t.
* n fwly pointed, with hot wat -
nections and lovely londscat0
per month.. Call 3-2223 ,ng
office hours. i..
FOR"RENT:-Choipt: 3-la"Apd-'
roonms, mold's room, porch._
No, 3. 14th Street aid V!aH. -
rio Porras. Re smnobly M or
information: Telephone 3-

S RENT:-3-bedroom 2
Sbthrooms, mid's room wt -
f. l hot water, lkitchen-w ao
' 11W swimming poolq gorog, c.
$130O 6th Avnue, Coco del Mar
SNo.4. Inquire Street No. 15.

bedrooms. 3 servlcee, parlor, din-
It iM t~m mp~p .ipdwo, d eI.
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furnihed oportments, one, two'
bedroom, hot, cold wWe. -Ti-
ephone Panama 3-4941. . .

FOR RtNT: FurnishWI nd u*t&
nished 2 and 4-room madrnm apart*.
ments. Contact Alhatmbra Aprtt-
MbtI, l0th Street. T el 1 86. C.
FOB RENT:-Apoartmtabove Ca
treal Theater building, Central '
. lue No. 141. Inquire Cn trli.
Otor, manager's office. .

PR RENT: Modern two-badroanw
apartment, 51 st StreetiNo, 42. Lnt
furnished. For further defalls tl
-Zubleta: 3-1802, 3-133_7g., .-

FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom opartmqwt,
croened, $60. Porrs Ave. N. 56.
Apply for keys apprtmnt No. 6.
Phone 9-0841. -

FKM RNT:.-Fumrished or un I.
adi one bedroom aportml withw
" enikitchen. bathroom1 uw.I Fr
.f4moatlon seeFobrugoa,.4l0t
S$qt No. 18, rear o.. EdO
*i ", 10:00 to 12;00 n .ind
WiO to 6:00 p.m.

Sfurnished, wIt& ,W
wouditoes. House 27,. 4rd StlT.
BW ,Vito. Call Tel. 3-4976.
FOR RENT; -.OnWbOdpunG apirMt
meant, livlng-dninhroomw, kltchenI
In house No. 62, Mexic Avenue;
''Britannia Building." $50. Inquire
8th Street No. 15.
OR RENT: Modern two-bedroalm
, apartment, 2 porches, livingroom,
diningroom. maid's room, screened,
hot.water 110. Hou N.5, 50th
Street. Inquire 8th Street No. IS.
FOR RENT:- Modern on*-bWdroom
apartments, livingroom, dfinlngroOm
and kitchen $60 end $65, in house
No. 5 East 36th Street. Inquifre No.
15. 8th Street.
FOR RjNT:--ModeM apotmonts i
bedroom livingp~om dlnlnffroom &
bathroom $55. No. 1, FrancisO de
g Ave., .a Na
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tone THOMNON, Bof-
12, evenings.
onside cotages Santa
lax 435 Balboa. Phait
3- 1877. Cr__ tob 3-173.
onto Clam Be ch cottlg
refrigeration. gs OVm.
States. Phone 6-441 L

COTTAGESi one mile Weta
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N. B alboa 1772, evve

Q1 iALTHFUL change of climate,
visit lus Compestre in U Valee.
SJust 80miles from Ponatent City.
w remodeledd under American
n.*naonegent. Inquire Tivol Trawl
ency, 8 Tivoli Ave.. Tel. 2-0461,

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Boats & Moton

FOR SALE:-12-foot cedar end mil-
robutboard with 6-hp. W -
r1twi v motor, good condition.
?C;84,2187 after 5 p.m.
S 9SALE[:- 16-ft. inboard fsiWg;
boot "Wisco," oir-cooled motor,
"exWe"W condition, ready Wo go,
$325, AERNATHY..
FOR SALEM-12.-ft. car top fihdln
boat, like new. Excellent foa dW
fishing $125. 10-hp. Johnson me,
tow eomplotely overhauled $831
now parts $125. ABERNATW
SPORTING GOODS, across side
strm. Hotel El Pnamna. Phone 3-
FOR SALE: l6-foat Wn cruifr
with two 25 hp. Johncitr
rftfe conditlop. Colt 2-20,


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tom $ dial;a, Ong-room diorb~oomdito, 2l Wr(O
S2trrmvll mr fltNo. 15 Elol Alfam Aventm $35. NIL AjL A

k hott aswrrrace. Prof- iapl ne: 63; 4th of July A enu, FLOWERS1 for' All. SuI Soul D.k
Set dp h lly. 1ne 2 P .InerlNov. 2) 2- $2, $3 hof JA-

f -l it"deah.r t ute 2, S Fa it t let pao-tmnt Prfmebl A m ri Telephone 2-1 3333.-'
19'- ,9 csmfoT~ ? ^^'sld, ocfTrtable with 2 boths, .. .
t, $7; s3igt 2a ,fl erd' .o. For fa yor n .a f -03., FOR SAn-'a, 3a n SALE .h-eoe ;WtI s

$7; i c For osport nRkw, e mir, complete- pr of t r for a total -ot Creta W I.
S f t drilled W ANTED 4 un.- p10 ,LlivIng and diningroom di 25-cycle. thoWrd ra Dacnfrl-MOM

toQ'^..JZS or* 25-cr.qyc .i!Cr p bt ^i nicU.armsal E 1-elson sddy' Jae Si
l 4" nhima' hatl wter. Teleophono operator, r n plat s tc.- also work .l.-eorfts r o T SK
SIg luothr @ wltoolus0y le s W D-jVAp t o2 ufr43st S0to6: 19 3. __I oart- bench and 1949 Buick & ovnoribl. ( ')"
o h. N0.. ,, 9 6 tUe. &stmst bu Pbo m 4 7 o. PhoneB :-MUal Ds M
me e P tNT:--Modemhlet 2 bd men, n u I" ox-
a lubn u te2p4 d for blo.am, pArtly cfurnlhed. Sixth Ave- oehll nlghb eoldgo. 43rd Str eet AF J ; "
.$ -Jo No. 24, on o o. Phonr FOR SAE:--Sdln busn that pro-
,6 .We s i' 2-4920 after 3p.m. u es uaOa d monthly inom
f:rd fZd iTS5l. 51 2-a n, Tof $300. Bar hIas been lsed for a l d C
ST A opar nt.,,.. .n c mplete- period of tw ,years fr a total of P 1 party
g w ANTEDw ly tIdltblor one $1050, 1 cbuyr wuld not hovae toWua .requestto00-ondonStudiotb
or. FNtW pes ns icuil DIu& s b tae a a1:30-Nelon 4
tdl s e anO tm t -aFO- R ".p A v* n W* U"outs d 12 n c to A an 0 toe P ag te.ov iB
.T -43etOWANTED: -- VcaoTn quairs, Sept. FOR RENNTmlsh4pr atwiOW inire No,13; "r Street. ro am@& ibe " .
elnchs, book oi IS-Dc. t' Anon., Balbo Dia- monrt w.h .N E 4o S Must-Do buy TePhon 2-o po tt, Pn 4-Ml.
d baby tpdo8; priced? f at blo. American o uplo 923 49N l a. holhod good Th. I e M a
sred Also $400wMign o inMd*y Jw.Sr 4 str1 e, dishes. -J,... u t ^tll lM ds .-owt', i ..- _
frorOSni in ,.-*TeleDdoks"our thOhe anete
one 86-2102. o-1of
LE--Ook eutensia notable w/4 USTEOI Tauao*O saswomamn, iedani ~io"PAineedror aeallout
S$30, wardrobe closet $2; capa61e of shaldefltt raspa-siblll- comfortable 2-bedroom apartmentC U t -0
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0i..,'-- -eNoeAt the present writing FL ta1*l '.___.._,__.---
( NW YORK, Aug. 12 (UP) The Cikcinnati Stoee a .Aug..k1 t
N are lmauching an all-out drive to finis in einrbe Ba Leo a
:, . .. .. they both ont inu o tCB ",
,at ,divipa for the first time since I6 aands ame daCoco ne A
~y do, the far reaching drives of Ted K uzewskibe we hame on i le At Ba IbSa
; im". toakesa dominant factor. s situationn cooudve_ _...
hi..2th.hoe.be repeated in the Isth lan MIn '- .
a nmiable trap- Dickson for hithhomer n tional Basketball Tournament -- -- I
p der dubbed "mus- the fourth, inni9, then doubled at Margarita, if both the teams AGUE STADIO
htedmates, blasted on the heels of P.O Wee Bese R get by their second and third A T AN I.& R tJob alta thato
sa l2st homers amid a two-ba ger to tie the-score at 2- round op nents. n AF- 9 2 Richter J11. the 1 ""
of ve Cincinnati hom- all in thSixth. Snider came In H. Mc allen of Kobbe has carAB thy niport1 t 4 he
cototed. for an *-1 with the winning run on rled the scoring burden for Kob. R.cue R G 1 t0 StE "S. -
Oil r ie te sc : ring i g V ^ ^ ^ ^^,,. t *.. "re foSb 'w
i ove Chicago laat night. Hod s' snle, be thus far with a game averan rn 1 8 r '8 ge. Jaw ho-
e and hi broth- M waukee moved within V n of 285 points per game and cu.re ne lege 3 8 Talor 1 t '"
for e R. tns games ofe t by I St. ly leads all scorer In the Armed 0.Ou He 0 r14g SnixOW y n
thh a; mo-s s, rl x-i.Aus, 6-, 1n a.a"e c 3 e Forces league.. .. 0NIGHTS G = cn
ICU ",, is a g In cause of rain with the Braves at With the backingand su rt TofnIGThr U lemm s. lLwa. er 40W*3 Or I
l-sm-lllgofor Ruth's rec- Braves scored the deciding run portion and a bench strength
lg.re Imjust Bin the hth ofTIf Gerryy adequate substitutes Kobbe Albrook AIB vs. Junior (8.ond th teee .DI*
toe b-r lussewskl's rec- on Danny O'Connell's double i Naval Station should meet In the IW thefitM-t s ws evid ta't (,. ek (
bitd 40 homers last year Joe Adcock's single. Mathews hit finals of the tournament If Kobbe T Name hs'r tPpwo -Tiphno me tolS33nth o J. n eSo to.
lid lke to top that If I could hi3 Snd homer during 6 "- can get by Gibralter Life on Au-T two basketball .games to Heliuth 4 0 8ohshe d on pits lM~p
y 'run.rall Inthe fMsnifth l gust2 5.M a1 p a Bbo t6 10 Jo ham. was ahead on pointssMUMWft 00041 .1.68aIa
. ~-~ alloping his pair of li er et ichols w the win- .gh2 will mark the cn ol on Cormok 0 1 3m i at th Ment pof the olaok--1, 102300208"00 G y
oeiIrs off b leer W warren B ack- n er. 1004 Pacific Bask e t a =I Thomr son n . .. ..He ha p t J U leho l (8-3) (7
mIbt Klsuerwrrenki mok- Clevelan preserved I t1 .- ning on singles bY Nellie LF.ue Rseason. Rah 2 l2 1rMow se for a brie f a dount Sa-[Phol ley
t h e-J i m 6 1 44aR iv e r s, a n d4Ge o rg e K e I.(22 1 1 M M : f r 'ef o n t+a" " '
A.e Or d p at plae In the home e t Jim Rivera and Geor e Kel. InA the first contest between Atwood 3 2 2 8 Just bette the bell ended the abdtilathql
'd I.e. thinet poeWild Me asm e lou l, with a 2- t Washington rallied for three Alor athy Unlsprt. and Atlas- knt ioled t.to
S G.iae ents. leuoswith 6s er Detroit while t runs in the ninth inning to beat den, John Hey of Unliport TotalWt 1 14 1 71 The challenger a on (h.aOe) ie (1 ),- 0
e mSie nkSalen r of ith e Cubs lace Yankees beat the Athie- Boston 5-4, in a night gpme after i bq fighting fdr the season's .s. UNI. TsW VoRt .,s to.-A big up n dthe 0- -000 001-1 8 y.7 ? l7- l.
,e...m.d d Mathewse of a b the le, Ted Williams hit his 20th and ient iseight pothts behind Ba 1 1 title n. Moore surprlgiy n W tIM 010 220 2.x 0 -1
se tied for second Mthew o th .Garcia's four-hit h- .. 21st homers to pace the Red Sox t. oitlrent leader, Al. ..ehhuth HYr 8 4 3 18 ended the combat. Arleti, aSleQ (5-1), DavIs, c a (4 '- .-" : :
ean aa 10-1 triumph in an pafter- hARS. McArthur 0 0 4 0 earlier aWed the e erts by Oa Powler (9-7) and2 i- 11
S1o i cluw enabled the Tribe to bear rusq noon contest. Pete Runnels slam- Albrook meets Junior College Kourany 7 4 1 18 weigh 1 two p und der .
f.o ak did fuoro homers, but Jim tromek. Al Rose a bedt teve med a two-run dou, e in the in the second and final geame of Weinrnicki 1 0 1 2 the despite tport 'that he W*.
blond o ne.ti.hesc_ ninth inning of the it the season. L akins 0 0 2 a WShavi trouble p akin th O nSgam eso stduled.O ll ,L.o-.
a &qie r ied tho aei ke blondtonehuten the secondinni .and d then sco red himself oSn JImBrady 2 4 0 8 w

" 1yrod the. oedteiho h.bbon var.. ente th e wa e ... "d B'haa -ery flrat 4ame. 0 or, 8tml weay M" .OlfD s ak 3 ......... F4b" .."
aObeen able hthforp la ir,ear YealloA terra d Joey home nlusby's t unday nigh double. ar-ue to poBulr demt d,M wttathere" e fortl Ree f.... 4 1 3 1 2 oer,

ln fifth la ofthe pt 10 sea-tson, Wayne Belardi and Harvey FIRST 3 FOOTER den pulled Junior Collee Into wh aI0 H f ... (Ngh..t 3 2 G2 8
hi ehth homer off him. Dthre e Pope's po hel ntial double a tie dor the cellar by defkting Tt e. Th*ie: p a decl Robnonb ...... 4 3

Sof frth ple. ha itaxth trat Chicago-(NEA)-Bob Gardner, them 5p-ay 8. Hio h s corere s for the "Hitig w boxing can be d in e thian Joa. Amore 1 ........ 3 0 0 2 0F
.. ..Dodgez Ued t or two arry byrd held, took teah- who won the United Sate Ama- ictor w taker e ple bw the S for phl Hadaitb ........ 4 0 1 10 0 hlr-
it onn the olxth is4ning to p mate to our hi for h third t for Golf h 1 h i i 1 and Grame hopper Ree f and ent the end Of the Gol fir an4, ndstAhis 1 U of abro rt ......... 4 0 1 4 0I
e and cut the idle ctory although hewalke wa the first pole-vaulter to clear with 1e. p The v was H ........ 2 0 5 0

-f r blitead to 3 and wr In conant diffl-, la feet. Inthe econdconteatof tatofthegame.Tdaywewce J h w e 0 0 0 0 .....,
been ab tofinish highEr o us Last Sunday night Atlas Oar-by t~ ......theIM ....A.w for AO Reamas.........41. 4 1 3O1
e fifth In the pu both Vr10l (Fire) Tru- ta rookie Johi FOOTERn pulle or clinched tinue to whow a that have $34,204 at the gate Snr ....... P L

ai, move wsithsth reep r hs vitoih e l t t-onhipUW-1bnad*r a tie for the cllar by meeting This ithe scond chapter of 111 Whenh dropped a dlRbinson2b...... 3 9 27 7 .
e eroflfy oth pi.e hlinsl xthe White o agoto a them 59-3. thigh orer for hed, "Howtaxe both gnan be revivedin s to""t h a hn .. Amorns.t ........ 1 0 0 .

Sfie O thereafter. 8Q1- win the OrloteaBTankee Stilwater, Okla. -(NEA)-Ok- couldn't hold back the Unayoo xny dommdhcion, wcll be C1der rate and Cet other 1maler prepar- owrgeo lb ..-B 0 1 I bet" a 9
Doih herslo'le ith Bwo madrBy l hi t tat lahoma A. and M. won 35te Unted Sates Ama- vict Mis ladors were Taylor with 4 Panama." In our last the Mjob o,751 for s .......4 1. t ra .
In the sixth 4ig to nip mates to four foand the tour Valley Chaonerencep i cham marked "Grasshopperwnll" ReBi g ansa The prts came ot'er Wu te acesu. defense o f the Spmt ......... 0 4 3
1 e$8-2. d cut the dle victory a althoughn e, wlkld five was the first pole-vaulter to clear ith e e 12 Kou rap on the dse rIonstd colitin c gbeavy u ld wniaccruhaMioip Wlker c ........ 2 0 01 0
k bat' lead to wand was in constant diffIfUlty. 13 feet. In th 18 second contest of that of the game.pToday, *e Willmn- Jo"ai ot 84t.875,50. A crowd Lous 0........ 4 0 0 0
ly Lo-s .e up both Virgil (Fire) Truc venin Unisport clinched se- tinue to show auses that have othat p.pad $34,204 at the giten . 0
on walk two bitmsand.alout in Cttrhnin nWaits while DYNAMIC DECADE 56-U. The 26th. lending 39.2 at promoters, boxing comm-ssn a a was Added Phflll es
felo'f.)hue held .t. loershu t h to oo a 1 -0 the end of the third period, and taxis, both government .md burn 2 0 0 0 n

Sthemouri Valley Conferences cam. marked their down all B ig guns Thot blame ,them. to gieLt o s S .. JohnI2 0 s .,D..
.ni- pIoushps an 10 years. for Unisport were Ohse Kouraan ness .met bale l.ne s.t01 itly cOmi tho- poem would usupli aeerue m. ..........0 100
:with 18 and John. Hey th m ia 1 4lIt 1 t for that the per cen f the "run into the eB.-H80
markers. 0 2 n the game tonifbl moneythe bad tao te Hod back bratMoslf M f otU......... 2 34"-.,
The box scor: day boxien meager ti i, get lMIcipaaa a yto Hmne der, l Re back t.... e. 4 -' I .ame

;TIotton 11 0 2 aO teith ti at a mitdhum e e t Co"aon In n
Smith !T 11 1 2 1ae mdwrtsement at a minimum Cpa(i n Cer. aacrmc-..-ekso. field wath ,.Jeny..Iarg

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LAOCA 6:15 8:8 PARAISO 6:1 8:

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Panama, we were told, t1;per.
centage la even ight.y higher.
Aside frod all that har been
said so far, another set of reasons
must be given to show why box.
lIg is a dying sport hem. Oue
body siret eaponlsible, or box-.
ing success Is the o- a sons
ppointed by the mayor of Pa-
nsma'and Colon.
In Colon, the present group is
considered the sitartest ever so-
locted. But these gentlemen, sad
to say, hav fallen short, of e
petations on many an S eamsion.
iring the past three weeks they
have failed to convene'on t wo
S' duled meeting dates. On eath
of these days, rpoDeotw. wqre
present to have program revls-
ed for approval. he fit of these
was approved at an emergency
meeting last Tuesday for tUiu
coming Sunday. The other, so far,
Sla tI pend a meeting of
Colon Boxing Commisioz.
The Colon body-has revolution
i1ed boxing by instituting the "0-
point must" scoring stystemn aHd
many other rulea-good. But to
majority of "boxingpe I"
atil not cogniant te u
change. A meeting where n .ther
changes were to be explained' is
still "to be called."
These indifferent and neglgen
actions only tend to ead the
laxity already .averinte' gaIMs.
for reasons unknown ,he comiid-.
sion has suddenly gone teloposa i-
ble. In Panama, on two eoMacu-
tive boxing shows, the semiflnael
bad to be stopped and called"to
contests." Could t be that S
ominision has been, approving
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t t br tL as d Me ow st.art I. "* Grr im tr a r. wnhden rh3?. uw .t .r we re o a e th e or ph o
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"l year, Instead \oap the fact th: lsp m uz n t keep pi with ths together a gri d bo yo have what pon pitcher.
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p1 f^^Or1 *. lately. "-I.S&'-TN 'l~~.tlbt ^ We airereall loukrif neigih.bo r.o. wlm to, .
Btaln w aromth Henry boad, whoa they re p ireitcst wcie.to oa reaue at lo Qa s a
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b I orr. k ies hid a s et-in e

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I*1 1 te be rot_.Bave. 1r111f n mwMod enm a oteancher d l l OUD K T lt
i n Matn sy bm be in t iriorder, lave Mr. La-Wase Theres always iomet aig new a Q.p (NEA)-d coD
h t' 11.0. :Wt;AV X ft\o engd.. the Brav ther ast em li sy dl tEhe YOto f= r ur kiddlen no each week here at to h neow byae p.m. -nSite
tibre-.=1 Hea stresone. 0Wo *nt. the .ag. LUaWa dlenh t ea nirnta i t Diablo e U thiy summer. Wea l et month .h 'i
c .b w, to w he ae .a. tns he winner dirt and really had makinto see the m summer. havtrour od return mind let
It' fleble I^ke st I- come to a close, but nowpI hedwanted a ploy, then took II
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gATr t he r "inc pboilat" aa nm -hens ti he -p q trs o e there ae h e ogira bo-- tom retnrnin Ih
the bden Vm No tha pinchht the gained a o -eyga uon the fore u Eset o urartc ate. I ae
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Adenauer Ready To Intei

u.12.-In Worst Strikes Sinc.e H er
-- The Russians have .. .
I t new ool, which the FRANKFURT, Germany, Aug. Five workers were Injured at back. Persistent offenders were
Y Evening Post calls the 12 -(UP) -A crippling nine-day one plant alone in Munich. Some clubbed. .: .
r a very handy de- public service strike in the port .15 persons were injured in ial-. At the big Siemens plant In Mu- rll ri : l
isIat blots out embarrassing city of Hamburg ended by corn.- lar clashes yesterday, two seri- nic, 200M pickets tried to storm B raIWl of .s at W
.d' .u. t 1 I promise today. ously enough to require hospitall- the plant gates and stop workers ... r ) fI *l o
ditorial in the Aug. 14 is- Chancellor Konrad Adensuer nation. from entering. In a two hour P aeushl' Mrs. Herbert Hoove
Sthe national weekly ma- was reported ready to intervene and ahoye session, five workers WIWJU9M wr e i jr -t M-.f S ... .
points out that thl3 personally to avoid a threatened Bands of pickets formed ot were njred. None, however, re -
SImproved" Soviet tech- walkons by o,w00 other public side key plants In the Munic, quired hospital treatment. ( -'
lthll been used to obliterate service workers. Nuernberg and Schewelnfurt a- An estimated 125,000 of the* u- 's SWW fat )Is T'he p
Ieo.Ictlon of the late Lay- Some 100,000 metal workers still reis today in attempts to pro- ji.lo 236,000 Bavarian members RIO DE ,$41 0, Aug. 122
t leria, who was purged in were on strike in Bavaria. vent non-strikers from eate r r. wer on strike. ( Antivmnment mobs
M'1N3. The Hamburg, strike of 15,000 Ing metal and machine shop, More than 90,000 others, manyrioted In thoft o ,
so ame 20 yeas. the ma-transport, gas and water workers automobile and mec h a n I c a of them women, have accepted terday, but President Gello "
B ys. "Beria, as head of ended this morning with the union works. compromise management ers aras appeared ht have
cret police, at i n on the accepting a wage increase o f 1.7 .. .. ...d , ort nored the walkout. The rest weIoherie-on e -r'ot r- P- t 1 14 rk e r s P .ay t
In ont heoaeKptml in ghaswage increased of 1r Police adopting tactics used a voi adtroubleeby re rting sick. ses heridoneth of t otrS
name was frequently 238 cents, t s i ewstrikes were hteatened in areed forbes b li
on in te ed res. An eight-man Hamburg C i t yarms n fm hu m many y industries arnd servie a ore mobs ledbsy N Au. 1 (UP)- ,wo-W cost r t4
was still alive, Beria was all night hammering out the com- scurried to wok whil cket The most seriousthreat I mobile which dared ouak- appro L. then set aside
place n the bier- prom se which the union accepted booed and catcalled. valves the 750,000-membert- moi e wcla r a ipe- approve il t gen sie mi .t
Commuoist weei~er-. early today Pickets who tried to break vional Unio ,0-mer l" -erablarin art- o I lon later 4;&74 -pbill to.give 1nMi-.,
6 the Commnist I ien oa .s Pih t cor er m onal Union of d Public Service, propagan a. Th anti- Qon poW ers and other civ.e
Ch of 1953 when M Violence s reported for the throu tecolrdowe Utilities and Transport Workers. government slo7ans an tore service eMployes a 5 per cent qasMe
over, he rose to second second dayI Bavaria where 100, handled by police and os s Union leaders. will meet later to-weLabor Party dpartl-. pay elA.t a ey 34e
directly under the new ON0 metal workers were in the da, at Cannstadt, near Stuttgart cularly those supportthe cancafors.' saw ts
other. He attended all lthefourth day of a strike against some u. with representatives of state and didacy of Lutero Vaa son of The sure which would cost ate lwer
y reviews and the operas. 600 firms. In111811011n local governments to disuas a the President, for a haber of about ad mlUion dollars a year, rates wuld trse total eobils ?4cB s,
b. h .e w a dead There were sigan, however, union ultimatum to talk pay in- Deputies seat in the October 10 was first approved by voice vote even .eow
December he wa a ded that this strike too would be set- creases or face a strike. election, without debate on a routine calen. Another. eust bill raaii vet. o a
After being shrled with tied by arbitrata-poaibly Cl Metl workers in the state of dar cal-a pmroeedure under which eranma' p isi
His tials was s t by tomorr loolwlag a seres Hesse, including industrial Frank. The air force acted last night bile automatically are passed un-. approved OtRe -
e-_tiAn was secret. e meeting b mang meant furt, pressed demands for a pay to halt participation in the antI- less there are objections. terday's t-ae r call. It- d
b! rkser went to npsI n- ad Reelc i l boost. government sentiment by its But 03 the motion of Republican coat about' 1 -Ill dollara a Hous
for it was not desirable g. Dusseldort's 400 streetcar a n d personnel. lea William F. K no w an year. n1
|iI HMM.an pea to Bavarian police used their r . buir workers discussed a Saturdiy Firebrand air force offiqera (Ct) the Senae recona tred ., -t .
I bhe Cad even exz clubs again today to break up ELKINS PARK, Pa.. Aug. 12 deadline for a strike backing de- who attacked the government in An. lput the h iekat the a t.. a.
Sfist fight between striking metal (UP) -The 3rd plenary congra mands for a pay raise, speeches at the afr force clb the calendar iblet
. ,workes- and employes boycotting of the International Council of were placed under dts linaery iat .eral es at a cost l-abou
Sth ue a state-wide no walkout.. Churches closed Its 10 day most- arrest as mlilf S.-a p the bi will I N d ogaAn a year.
Said ,door 6 At the ase-Maffel plants i ing here today with the Inst. la- adopted tou. otic the beH e which bi-ot0s .
lha shot was fired from tion of Dr. Carl McJntire of C al week-old oultcal crids *reated .g 4 io lirsw to
a.. cartuldge pistol. Police lingswood. N.J., as president.dprores the of tsAieon of airo S iNfS P
a w.l one ears aold hurried ~ Dr. McIntire, who has 1I theRb ee!ns Vhbi l

a-. h fAcruad ense nof the faith dea thn a ebatury is an a- met leader of this h on Potan o laofspalser-
,^t 8rtil ltU. to,,.B ~eeS At Corgas an1d trdom" against an "ecu- mauln soelal phenomenon," a fatiwnal DemIocrath r Pat. Iniahnm at $WS *
l I- -a r s the meno- leadership which calls Unit Nations ped A erdical said t twice a r ent can-
er, there was t al Mc u r e a retired for a 0-existence with Commu- today. a rebed te NI A C .
t eof -t Army er ant died yesterday niwm r1dad includes in its maem- The UNESCO Courier, publish- s kers who tacked t A er t o t or
em M-leave t Gor, to. osital c He had been bese S Communist controlled ed by the U.N. Educational, S .c- a ment at their air force club by Nationalists and mes f M t as
-- tes hoabta d or wo month I chue as and clergy from Iron entific and Cultural Organi a- meeting. ad tru ru aThe House erterda
a 'd ubSpith prior forh death xxi o Curtain countries who are the a. tion referred to the recent deci- "Miliary personnel who nn* t agSnt an adabbum r aise liw o t ers ;uad
i t h Mr. r Mognre, a nativeM of In- gent of the Kremlin." soen of the U.S. uaiAApreme Court favrably e de ersotionmsterl 'r o
fohv l f d ltTWe r. M8rra l.e- adotherLof.,atheo0 . ,.unbno fn rl cn T vela to
ii ri hr ih ansres A es g mad s e tocon. The religiou leader said the Panpui c so eo n Alere- M otnal b d the i dorue t government
rien head fitted nithq fait ly in the United Rroup li the "onl Protestant It lead off a special issue de- said. T Government offices and fo d ether win L ry aerv- d he ata h a
te weot aay.F wdil be butler in Coroal. at a mief nglpiatehd to Communism "It is too early as yet to jdid a major step toward tb Nicla and ew lao r r M aetnly winr wJe-dw i s "peut ials- fia caBt r
henga furer reports military funeral, sometime next and 158 Marxiam which s bein( the full ractical Import of th th government critic ap en. meat stores weede 5 Ye of veterans *ho died ,beause of cofq tax* returns for Mt setE
brasmbfte Wth offered aI.wahen the churches in decision t we do know that t several thousd persos th hour strike call. u r ervceconnected ability
SGr a Somrmi yincycn- Ml. nn n 'rs e .m a -.orp .ae os.bl ys. ortr e. dt Paris Square to hear w- the strike observance was eo -
^glVbd-ncihedt n S, wnr- ed for w Laear nuo r t ner tor o E m p ayen, p ae a ca "a Gre en IM !
remove e four 9 as captain n of theguardschurch union movement which In together i t manflOld." wmenfts handling of e -
Sphoto the Panami Air Depot from 1945 pl c unity above truth Is de- e special issu feature ar- igaton into the asne atuon.of There were no demotratir
ot orand to relac He had been reading in Chor- sta the Protestant church tides by Thurgood Marshall, pe rilAn Air Force Mjor R- and the atm ere was quiet.

N a tional Theater ot.eln c chewere ele. tedn p ra esrpo c Ad et aire % in asIcs%. wil Ta p pear T f R IedIO .m b tnare wwi
ed as vlee president for the science, SwactihM ore College, qare. 0York.f
l ta ge t council from e United States, Penn.;.Monroe Berg, rofessor All armed forces units in the The anti edition law inla I'
ThnwaW ll P ereset Sweden, The Netherlands, Cana- of sociolo In Itniversa- Blo federal dLtrict were on by British authorlte orb RABATi Mor co, Adug.12 ()- oatad pl toi
Pianist Zuppinger da, France, China. The Philip- ty, and Otto Clneberi, aroles- tadby orders and familiar pa- tpar m pay -r troo a n a 5 reiulr .sm4t 4'
reland and Thailand. versty. tions authority e Arab n the nati artr c
An eminent urooean pianist. I-------- w-vet------ mecnsteeday In aeemoroor effor to was reedy 'to e ,g
Soviet flUr El McIabeth eZupoi rgaer, will sive a halt the wave ot terrailc that ws ttiepngioil" bone d at 8 0n rsodtk b v c wor p
to, rNational Theater of Panama. c*u 1 r toeh days. i m1hO' woshal
1O, Auug 12 (UP) Scat- Her program tonight will in- lAr i y rAoetrs I eMeaC T il io As ta rth y up -o
repots ini ncated t ay c dmenom p sistsion byaBAc dade a otw &a
-llt China. 3ife. Ztfpplitger has lust rae-* 3 'orcIfAeds' wounhed i h.Adrdeoet wat
risil P freos eom cui froPwed rv O fnd rj n'jnt. strets of the vsi 1
flsoodta Bda.tsi7g. toSi ry Au h re t in g DaRiou isrp utere u onb ta ehA t oit e rb aiRA Th1.:ihA et.
Piinsr easures to bICt n o * ,* um o Aut'led aup 0-ro Swyr
Agflood wate Friday,-Au.. IS WASHINGTON. Aug. 12 -(UP) the Army-McCarthy Hearing was to usurp executive funct1o2s. drop- a chare that the Wi-oAtin pt t Ithe. rl o T

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