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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 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
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01646
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SI M A I a New or. Federal Court
oA I o AO viously o a t our oa sed- ,I. .,,ly'
LThe Mil Eon ,s an oLen forum r .ets .,| The Pndme Ate- retary Of. defense, he wRs, by a .. e had
S, Iters are ,ecivei ltesefuly am a handled in a wholly onfi- the weirdest 0 collCidel es4, the to h'ea G . Alb,, Co
manner% Otte enhe ma whom e Bofeta paaWsed ll11. INC o
Vif lcntnribut l0 d impatient it iI deesu't iser h o make secretary of defense itf *4.8. .i-.
*t day. Liaetn ore published hi the order uecaived. ,te U. 8.' ."te b ecame Com- -* t e ,mBl t A ra
P lm1 try 4f keepl the l.iers limited to eme pug length. munilat, a co o l i to e:.Alony ,..
Identity y letter writers ms held in strict co nfidence. before a Con#rel nal cOmmit- ..k? ,* A -
This newspaper esalmes na responihility ter diatommnts ee eplinies Lee a da d ha r'W-.n.b'
e al7as arting fharles yuon, a Or
veteran pro-SommunaiSL lae or,
TO FRIENDS O-' BUTCH F.pecIalist, is one I recommend .Z lin tM s..
Gamboa, C.Z. Io the B'ltlsh Laborite who Clar
Jul:.' I, 1953 I arose on tiB e floor of Parlia-
Dear Sir mental thotner day to: demand, L Dr t
We would appreciate your pqblishing this letter in your popu- lo ts 3 ,r h U. l.pbe u P..
'II All Of Butch's~ Hood Friends: we ex. uted two atomic apie.a . ... .o fM'
We would like to express our gra titude for your sympathy and Let this Briton Join me in
indness in our bereavement. We are proud that Butch number- tracing *"'hiaie WB.Avaots creeo. . m
ed adults as well as children among his friends. Many of you the amosphe'e he a i hdar C.
4l0emd him in various ways while he ,as stlll with us. We shall o nf theyIe s the Army. NT havy .
ve many memories. both the Navy Yards and the . te. ,:' -...,- ,
Lie and Jay Appleby active le), NAtional Gouar, '
_I _--tr____ _ _ __Ison's arnede a ies w "" icontempo brarn ese l the'

Pg& try to keep Pher e s Puoiie ooeplcl ngt.1 JYoIung Contntnlst, Leaue toe au If
Tisnewspaper as e no Answer to r vi os Pt..ommunista t Ps te arty circles. T hey c
SBreakt Fare e not: spies then. But t ey
T v were all fully aon are of what I O.lan

n heir conspiracies against the
J- 1r- meal o or * k
4h am and p Seizes r Accord ing to test imony giltn
1w 1 amb bre ast tat May 7 by Robbey Glad.e t. V
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S 13 Nostril p Sdmp t Clevehaliand labo organ-r
14 Leahs snon 9Goddess of er, Cl' artlie Wilnton" oh a- ,. n r
S (Bib.* youth i h mde st ot only the .. . - -. --t-. o e -- ,o. l "u l w : 1
'th15 Vase 1Aboe p'ea o our ai zed Ai
6Od enunciatsons as Leasmnschildrenamrhd msrie 42 Wait forces v6ut their destruIchldg usa dR ttd
Y i po tn h i out to the n orfitiac-ih ai,- I.1 t e w teo shVll'of g nrl Bhr N
,; mistake 23 -- and 33 Pheauapt .46 Geman kmi tes mny rve redorhw'' J
'" m cream 24 Places 38 Getaway 4Swordued called "b erlie Wilson-Velson" now de et h
24 It'lIan E'OPfl re23 Pret 40Peptpy.-,, -necite to the stand ald gave Iron C We'eP.ntt",p that trad.' oS W o're'"lrto Ah, aUter *; nwwat the lcf oa.(n |
"Eyptian 26e m p g chance to deny the saoveals Warren' M .iMe l Ca_ o . Ceo tO. o fiil f C6e* ft p to Wodp...e .. I,
goddess 27 Molified 41 Extraet juice measure- tons befe the t Tdassem l on t. e 1 o- ,f cO. n a a g '
S21T WronSg .i...r. i rtlp eeos nathoene am foua nd uring the ;*ce ngs na change Ati.nshi 'was 6W tbht wb
preflx) i- eras. .* that Euvopean bsuinesmen doig a lot of We 4onot want to bay much of 'rhhat. the la Rthetea,$eftre si
T0 Mouy'ain Was "Wson-Velon" on- thin aou Wt t had o had to e co

2Taanm trite? D)4 he refute charges of liany Americaaa t1o not be erma raza Cnd S to get atda ore sincere P ktbaut a tro, *the 5ateb Dlh partmaaett
n Italn cOnspiring to subvert Our tared pe should sell sq mlh a -a bar of soap to thins. nC can e nIta.
eapart forces? I5e did not. He was an- Russa" add sthe niite courries, They wvotld zVen y Ahrlad 4 Bnro we...,d
3iever F .rougat hw iead, A. ked. by -a like to see a complete. boycott f the 8oiet. t .,. .-, '" ert. I I O ,- .
HORIZO NTL 4, Fiise vereioingand te na'tureofBCom
5f Win 0heir con spr aien. agcnstisetphe. f 1k ut
Interest (ab) Witn have you ever at oe of thee same folk do the p n &, latirnr'a'bl tr thet a .. ldent llaenhower, now e ..
t7 Prosecutor any knme engaged inn te not wA the 1iTte. States to take more .B t. e, a tlff resistance in t oot de .n e e B. The
,sv Wlson-Velson retorted: froie. Wsern Euruope; and wish to see .harp to afl me a go ite our tira-to Clerk drel"d by thi Jobit chlefs of .
",V ts ."My name, ear, is Mr. Velson reduat1ti8 13 Amerieas. icl i d to that markt ..ju itve gtot toltd lowertag U. ...... ,...
1 '1 osriln pn p- o Witness. area. '-e"d trff l' sr wa offt '. 'ale' 1 -ar .Ike d

(B4i t pe tssigng. hn pat o in ythe *tIan of the r *
SWflhout awill oq tlen to Wilson right between .. ,. . t of Ah a idtn g r'a Isepiba r it br e btoh


Il Shadeftrees directly or indirectly?' the. need raw masterl$l and woa, ,ma the nmmuntata. theauh their m of WOS t t W.IraaiattfA ge dirbl,
f h ad t 1eWilson, who haa identified t l e' At .Me ,. ' ._. S icg tends t2-Wbe. loohrt than ea.... him tbkepbu.ee oeyeoqt ta o
568 Mwcoers I himself as y -meDber et a A an andiro aArotIa mrtEtA D 8 do belleytiWev wlU be ,auae wah7 W th 4t, a1S -
sIT Sco ftlh raer -" A's 1arpeaeteirs 4oaft twhih a at ,imeuIpn ueett" .the- ree t ean, td wt oTr. ,. ,- -
V2IM iCAL s-hold now'0ss houri sneered: w u ves t, and bt wht e, -
Re '"'iHe stoodv"ilently on the Fifthof.
mAir (ore2x)" -----"Amendment h eemot -the amten -Europe was the% lib n A eea cannot -have to, the Qtai Unms ib .

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Yetuniao at that time had a roRADWAY e t .l's .t alet

Lion,2the witness s4aid. Teeass -. 3sfMf sad urer of are t n a pl m.

scusased the lon- of p51r a.erat*oait
3traaorn of the Armed Force s SLeeast GAA esmen'*dotgat o & twatTex Ke'f.. Sr .la
MlnnedWa.s Chicago Calfornia Lenasts 9$shS thai ever. at the Em Sor, aad 4 w
i f- pentWre-l l" -- -rtio- -., .-' oi. the Ns..n.ot M, BandTO" b eM* h o
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sailors and Vhus had actualme -.."04'11 a1k ,6e. et
7 Peon vo v tse todumped leaflets oonh er the U. -Some of the -. E, ".ntl
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witnesss also erpesed iponal rea.wi
SWtchools for sabotage. ,wh. o Lao theo
o. "Actual schools' of sa.wrI. '.
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shop for ypr most cherished posseseis. a ahool are h s"alk is- -e. ry -
u, duramt have rAITH in the Jeweler U' vIle. . ha
b your DIAMOND. Rpiember a DI D .a -
_O -expert leweler Iaqualfeed ato me e oun gt he S
on that uchase... ChBA FASTLI C but hey p fi i man'
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Si ch wUlu members a:nd0 to eir0 a. at cannot give upany
tpU 3j i me Inin e e Fo rtUi ber oare rminded to pr e- f ro- onfe sources 1 .

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wtoe a front 9: to 11:00ture .Mo M .s tte which .732
flU ywflnMt WA % ofQt C qb.106 pt 3 a on President
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gun pm lloM s ad brought to this dump for alvage.

AS PUBLISHED IN SATURDAY EVENING POST,
HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, ESQUIRE AND LIFE
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uns Into Stiff Opposition


WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP) -- Such a rate laerea affecting
poatmaster General Arthur X. "every man, woman and child in
OSmmerfield's politically-touchy America," he aid. "is the best
proposal for higher postal rates way I know of to add fuel to the
ran into -stiff opposition today inflationary reasurea which
fbem a key House Republican. have so long pIlagued us."
Rep. Harold C. Hagen of Min-
nasota, second ranking GOP
member on the House Post Of- A S Te Be
flee Committee, protested that
t0e recommendations would Bj
boost mail bills by at least 93 per Blesed Juk I2
-n4 t and could put many small
companies out of business over-
If Congress "rubber-stamped" .
the recommendations, he said, it On Sunday. July 12, the stat-
Would be acting "with callous ues of the Holy Family, St. Vin-
disregard for the nation's wel- cent De Paul and St. Catherine
fare." Laboure will be blessed in the
Chairman Edward H. Rees (R- Holy Family Catholic Church in
yaxn.) is taking a cautious ap- Margarita, Rev. John King C.M.,
roach on the proposal to avoid Superior of the Vincentlan
"a mistake at the very outset priests on the Atlantic aide of
Re said he will ask the rommit- the Isthmus, will bless the #tat-
tee t decide at. a meeting tids ues at 3 p.m. and this ceremony
week if and when hearings will be followed by.a sermon and
ab*nld be held. Benediction of the Blessed Sac-
iummerfield outlined his nro- rament. The appropriate sermon
posed rate increases two woks 'will be preached by a Vincentlan
onr in a mo'e to lovn iA9 025 000 priest.
off the evnected postal deficit of The entire cost of the Statues
$54,250,000 for the year starting exceeded $1000. This amount was
j "d 1. d realized by the voluntary dor.a-
14'he. included increases of tions of the people attending the
from three to four cents on non- Holy Family Church solicited by
locel first class mail and from Mr. James RecciA, the Chairman
st. to seven rents fn ounce fo- of this Church campaign. The
airmail. We estimated thy wo,"ld statue of St. Vincent De Paul, the
r! ise *150 000,000 and $15,000,OC0 founder of the Vincentian
r ye.ectivelv. Priests, was donated by the Dig-
His oroeram also nrovidei in- nam Family in memory of R.P.
reeees for second elpss mail. in- Dtgnam, Sr. and R. P. Diglan
el-'lpr newspvAperm e"" neri(- jJr
f \lo to raise Another "0.W.00 ~ 00- The statue'of the Holy Paly
Snd for eirculars and other th t was furnished in cast cement,
. aeles mail to bring in $52.0C00,00. finished in a white.marble oef
Hq on outlined bins '";viorous fact. It was put through a cur.
onnosltion" to Pnv immediate in- ing process for a period of three
ere-seq in two statements inqert- months to assure excesaive hatd-
B4 in the conoressionaT record. ening. This statue will be placed
Pe lauded Rvhnmerflel'4s ef- in the empty niche in the frint
forts to provide P "ro'e efficient part of the church and can be
and freouent mail delivery verv ily seen by nassers-by on R'-
ice" as nled ed in the RethblileAR pave Avenue, The statues of at.
psrtv platform. but he sid the Vincent De Paul and St. Catber-
oroloqed -rate Incressc was "the Ipe Laboures are comooition a at
la*t thint I expected and decorated in the fest
He said it "violates" an evens oils by Daurato, ftanus Kl-
more important c iIn led.i- otfoils by Darato, f ous a-
that played a major role In t l Vincent and t.he taherig
GOP victory last vear-a prom- be placed In the m nity ni
ise "to halt Inflationary nres- es in the e of the church
Pares. increase the value of the on the Sunday following the
4dolar. and get the shio of state blas ine a Mas of Thanksgiving
b"'f on "n even keel." will be offered by the pastor.
"4ow then." he asked. "can the Rev. WilliamFinn CM.
head of the one department of
government that touches all of T c Puts In
our people. particularly the
anall b siress man. come be fore New Schedule
us wilt legislation which will in-
crease- their cost of ioin' b"st- Taea International Airlines
iess with the e nqtoffice by more has increased its schedule into
thar 323 ner renr"" effect today to link New Or-
le M.?xice,6 and Central
Lu| -o l-"n r "aw. V w the Republic of
r the* ew. schedule, Tacal
Trfltitst I pIo wrl ake direct connections
wtb West Coast cities and
A four-masted luxury schooner connection with Washington,
Fantome transited the Panama (Chicago. and New- Tork fr
Canal Friday on its. voyage from New Orleans.
Seattle. Washington. to Mont'eal. Th.9 services will opeate
Canads. Thq Fantome's last port four times weekly each way.
was Ilcapulco, Mexico. It will
continue with its 18 persons a-
board to Montreal without any Mall Visit
stops.
The schooner, captained *b G. MARQUETTE, bch. (UP)-
L. Hayes, was built 20 years ago. Officials at M ette State
The 055 ft., 1250 gross ton yacnh Prison asked an Imate why he "
Lto rgistered in rSouthampton, carefully dusts and mops his eeH,
Siwland. then shaves and puts on freshly
Although the yacht Is pattern- laundered clothes every Monday
ed after historical pirate vessels, and Friday: "I alwa6 cleai up
it is up to date in luxuxv. Each fr a' visit from nor wife," he ex-
of the staterooms are equipped plained-then sat down on hi
with fashionable furnishings anl nkm and opened her latest let-
a separate bath. ter.. .


COAL SEAT FOR JOHN L LEWIS-This shny rodig |C
is made of dirty black coal, and represents what may be the ft
attempt to sculpture in anthracite boal. Charles C.wnl n
of Lansford Pa., creator of the novel rocker, s keeping his polm.
ing methcd a secret. He plans to give the chair to Mine U ulq
Boss John L. Lewis.


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SHOWING TONIGHT!
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DIABLO HTS. "ARCTIC FLIGHT"
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Leave your Ad itll one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street -- Panam
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colna6n


Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivull Ave.-Phone 2-2201 and

Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


Sal6n de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th 8trmt


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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-31N


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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Complete household
Furnishing, diningroo'n, livng set
and mic. 211 3-D, Curundu. Tel-
ephone 83-6285.
FOR SALE--Westinghouse 9 cu. ft
all porcelon refrigerator, unit
guaranteed. Lou,,res for duplex.
other household arlicles. House
101-B, Gamboo or call 6-419
FOR SALE.-25 cycle 8 ti Frig.doare
Various sizes of venei.an blinds
50 Ford Club Coupe. Phone Al-
brook 6224.
FOR SALE -B'ond mahogany fur-
niture, couch. o aar., cocktail
table, end tables. bookcase, card
table, diningroom table. Call Pan-
ama 3-1660 ask for publicity
deportment.
FOR SALE: 2 folding beds with
mattresses. like new. Perfect con-
dition. 50th Street No. 30 up-
sla.rs Phone 3-2664 & 3-0382.
FOR SALE: Living set, mahogany
dining table. 5 chairs, baby crib.
Misc. Call 86-6283.
COR SALE.-Mahogany bar with red
leather upholstery $65.00; Chaise-
lounges $25 00, Vanities $25.00;
Wardrobes $45.00, Metal desks.
$25.00, Dressers $1200, Double
beds completei from $45.00;
Single, from $30.00, D.ningroom
tables $14 00, Chairs $3.00, Buf-
fets, Rockina choirs $5.50, Metal
swing $59.00, Cribs Icompletel
$29.00. Sofas. $28 00, Small
tables $3.C0. NEW folding beds,
$25.00, Gas Stoves $55.00. Elec-
tric Stoves $25.00 and many other
bargains in both new and used
furniture. WE REUPHOLSTER
FURNITURE.
CASH OR CREDIT WE DELIVER
Automobile RowNo. 4
Phone: 3-4911
LOST & FOUND


LOST: In vicinity of Storehouse,
Building 5142 Diablo, Ancon Laun-
dry, or Administration Building
(bock) an antique wot6 fob. Re-
word. Tel. Balboa. 3461.


WANTED

WANTED TO BJY:-Smooth tires.
suitable for reconstruction or will
exchange for reconstructed, guoran-
teed. These tires last longer than
the new ones and cost 50%o less
"RECONSTRUCTORA NATIONAL".
S. A. No. 7 Peru Avenue Tel-
ephone 2-0406,. Ponam'

Gorgas Staff
Reshuffled

Col. Merril C. Davennor* ITrh
been named Chief of the r't-
J eal Service at Gorgas Hospital
in one of a series of changes In
the hospital staff.
Col., William M. Nichol. a re-
cent arrial on the Isthmus,
now Is Chief of the Surgical
Service, replacing Colonel Earl
C. lowry who left in June,
Col. Arnold A. Albright is the
S new Chief of the Eye, Ear Nose
and Throat Service, replacing
Colonel Francis W. Regnier who
left several months ago.
Lt. Col. George F. Lall. Jr.. has
been assigned to serve as Chief
of the X-Ray Service and is
expected to arrive this month.
Lt. Col. Van R. Richmond is
peheduled to arrive In August
Sto serve as Dermatologist at the
hospital, replacing Colonel Louis
S. Leland who left in June.
Lt. Col. Avery P. King. also
expected In August, has been as-
signed to serve as Chief of the
Urology Section.
The first of seven new res-
idents who will start training at
the hospital has arrived on the
Bttmus: the others are expect-
ed this month.
Five new interns who will be
p training at the hospital this
year have arrived and five more
are expected soon.


BATTERIES

Are available for all
odWes of Automobiles
Mnd Tracks, Tractors

nudDiels,.


GUARAMEED

SI Dmv.-. .


FOR SALE

MUST SELL- 1949 Chevrolet. Ex-
cellent condition. Heater, radio.
Can be fnonced. Best offer taken.
Call Balboa 4323, after 4:30.


FOR SALE.-1948 Plymouth 4-door
sedan, radio, heater, seat covers,
undercoated. Phone Albrook 3147.
FOR SALE -Jeep engine with marine
conversion, transmission, shaft,
prop and instruments Phone Al-
brook 6224.
FOR SALE -1947 Chevrolet 4 door
sedan. Goes to highest bidder. Can
be seen at 2540-B. Cocoli. After
4 30 c. m daily.
FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Custom De
Luxe 8, 4-door, overdrive, radio.
undercoated, custom paint, very
clean, perfect condition, one own-
er. 29,000 actual miles, exception-
al buy at $990.00. Phone Albrook
86-4170 until 3.30 p. m. then 86-
2282 Can finance.


EARLY BIRD SALE this week at M.
A. Powell, S. A. 1952 Pontiac De
Luxe convertible coupe, hydroma-
tic. radio, W-S-W tires, low
mileage, leather upholstery, spot
light Real buy. Phone Colon 74.


FOR SALE-Military Jeep. Front and
rear axle. Crank shaft. Transmis-
sion. No. 92. "A" Avenue.
PANAMA CANA LCOMFANY
OFFERS VEHICLES FOR SALE
Sealed bids. for opening in public,
will be received until 10:30 A. M..
July 22, 1953. in the office of Super-
intendent of Storehouses, Boaboe,
for vehicles, including ambulance,
station wagon, pick-up, panel, cano-
py express, lineman's and tractor
bodies, located at the Cristobal Store-
house. Invitation No. 42 may be ob-
toained from the above source, or
from office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE:-1941 DeSoto Coupe,
new tires, muffler, exhaust pipe,
tarJ pipe. House 1544 Balboa.


FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet sedan.
perfect condition. Also 1950 Croas-
ley Hotshot. 0777-L, Williamion
Place, phone 2-4211.
FOR SALE--1951 Ford V-8 Victo-
.ri Radio. White Walls. $1,500
cash. Phone 83-6103, 7 A. M. to

WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED: Small car, preferably
Ford or Chevrolet Coupe, about
1938 to 42 model. Must be in A-


MISCELLANEOUS


Be he mw a dh IpeeamdI
Wrelle Alelsii t eAsnusN1. Ua1
2031 Ae %Ls. C. L.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Cfinic.
Central Avenue "K" Street. Corner
telephone 2-3479, Panama.
FISH FANCIERS: Gloss and Kuh-
I.I catfish, Rosbora, W h I te
Clouds, Real Glow Lites, Golden
Barbs, Thayeris Obliquo Serpoet,
Neon Tetras. On sale Acuario
Tropical, 55 Via Espoaa. Tel. 3-
5411. Open Sundays 9 a. m. -
1 p. m.
To MIAMI & 'EW YORK via AREA
Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way
to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip
$126.00. One-way to New York:
S114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
telephone 2-1655.


RESORTS


PHILLIPS Oceanside Cbtta Te
only court in Santo Clare With an
oceanview from all coa Stedp
to beach, Reckgos r frI fl.
barbecue and shuffleborN
ml 3-1877. Morgarita W.11673.
lOK NW. 435, Bahlbo.


DR WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. FOR RENT:---room chala
Central Avenue "K" Street cor- crater and ove, 5 miwe.
ner. Telephone 2-3479. Panma. Ion. Translithmnlm Highwm


REPAIR. refmish Rattan, bamboo
furniture, complete overhaul.
Guaranteed work. Special price free
estimate In front of Balboa Beer
Garden. "Jimmy." Tel. 2-4044..

FOR SALE
MicemIlaneous
FOR SALE---Cocker Spaniel Pujl, 6
weeks old. Little beauties. Call 3-
4248, after 5:30 p. m.
FOR SALE: Miniature Schnouzer
Puppy, age 5 months. AKC Regis-
tered. Coco Solo. 450.


FOR SALE:-1932 V-8 coupe; 1939
V-8 coupe; paint spraying outfit;
new fishing pole; radio; bookcase;
refrigerator; 3 dining chairs; buf-
fet; 2 dressers; \, H.P. motO
wicker chairs; trumpet. 5720-E,
Diablo. Telephone 2-3447.


FOR SALE: 10 Vols. American
Educator Encyclopedia, 8 to A
Monday through Friday 886 Mor-
gan Avenue, Balboa.


FOR SALE:-Beauty Shop. Excellent
businee. Leaving country. Emer-
geney. Box 1689, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Full length and selves
muskrat coat. Can be seen at 4th
4Jly N, IL. .


Work Of

IRedArist


1 condition. Caoil Balboa 2-1584.
S- WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP)-

m aM eic fS~ only government agency which
SRockwel Kent, under fire nla
AO hCongress recently for alleged
Red front connections,
SHI Unheard From So doe. Congress
A reporter spotted Knts
WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP) iame on a large mural which
American officials today orightens the sanctum of the
were mystified over the where- House Interalpte and Foreign
about of two U. 8. newsmen Commerce Committee.
and a Brooklyn sea captain who Ie spotted It soon after Kent
were seized by Chinese Corn- refused to tell the Senate per-
munists off Hong Kong more manent investigating subcom-
than three months ago. mitte whether he is a Commun-
They believe the three may iat, but r*adlly admitted he gave
be held In Canton but have no the party $8W0.
rwl evidence to verify this. So Congressmen, in some dis-
far, the Reds have not even ad- comfort, did not seem to know
mitted holding them despite a how the mural got there, much
formal diplomatic protest sent less what to do about it.
to Peiping government through Se-. JTSP*h R. McCarthy (R-
the British. Wis.), who questioned the lanky
sharp tongued Kent %st Wed-
The men are Richard Apple- neSday about use of his books
gate, former United Press cor- iS tte Deprtmnent oVleneu
respondent; Donald Dixon, of information centers, said he
International News Bervice, and wasn't going to tell the House
Capt. Ben Krasner of Brooklyn. what to 4( I4th Its own art.
They left Hong Kong for Micao The mural Itself deplets a
last May aboard a yacht owned non-political mixture of various
by Appiegate but were seized type of tawpnportation rail-
by a Communist gunboat. roadi blWays and airplanes
feedlaffto a futuristic city.
U. 8. officials have not heard It aparenl do not advocate
from them since, nor has it had overthrow of anythIng but the
any tangible ward about them. ho anti bIBg.
Because this nation does not David Lynn, architect of the
haie diplomatic relations with Capitol, didn't remember who
-Red regime, it filed a staff pro- ordered It. .but his office be-
test through British channels. levbd it go paglted about 190
It also persuaded several other or 1946.
nations, which have relations Rep. Iln Clardy (R-Mich.)
with Red China to make an in- of the Houe' Un-American
formal diplomatic representa-. Activities Committee, said he
Ltons. had no Interest in removing the
To date no reply has been re- mural which would Involve
ceived, and American officials painting over it or ripping out
admit there is little more they the plaster.
can do. But they emphasize they "I suspect it Ise a pretty good
are taking advantage of everypainting," said Clardy. "I'll
opportunity to win freedom of Probably .go over d admire It
tn"ee three, plus 130 other from a reapectsble distance."
Americans unable to get out of But he wanted to know how
Red China. It got there, for he said even in
The Reds have been seizing 1945 Kent's political views were
U. 8. nationals on the Chinese "common knowledge."
mainland since they embarked Kent testWed he gave money
on a "Hate America" campaign to any organization he felt was
several years -ago. The United "serving a ao e b a" and
States has protested repeatedly, wasn't swa the
t no anvail. .ttorn .11" I t ave
Occasionally the Reds release listed the oanition sub
a small group of Americlan who verslv. ,
have been held for some time. He did not,tell the a4bcin-
Oiicicals doubt that their pro- mnttee, if ha rememlered, that
twe have brought this about, Congress Wba h t .
irboeer, because most of them cutlOm e -
have been treed only after .
lengthy Internment.
The latet American to be
released Father Johatlin
Matthew Swift of Wasca, Mlnn, *aI..-
I._ j'. Wed_ 2 -1-2 e4m In i ns-
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I n-. r0fFr nal is o trie nte braktheirMbcIn baseball by next spring if not before.
sched-. -1.u.t le d u y n15-roun t pound For one thing, precedent say he will. There n r
th 02--CII i t' 119P a41 shit e 1b-to4Sund aynit-aotnde
i 1iltezu ea b S uny ngilhtt thA ballplayer who quit when he still thought he had t
w3Bky huma1ni P p .-ip Gyam.
42 8F- 01 340 This mtinl will be a re- and the money was right. J. DiMagglo was something f an m.
n en ' l 51 sio tan oeattheir re vious caption He coild have gone another ea n, 100 gna or
*,e Augustr W. NeWman's speedy ever prominit the run- uetag, re the delid- anyway, and picked up another $100,000 check, but St 37 .h
... .bll....tO Irish cer lo Mp..yt~e.*a* y nin^ w.s t8lnog t which ed madereoia the bettlnah I talents had faded and he was too prideful to be a pIrt-tme
S- t en afterno pleased his wr to chased Quo Vad or halt the administered a co I t Yankee.
tr (3 T a thrilng one- mand-oe-fF distance, ol4lyto0_ lame and shellacking to the popular
Slov winduplap closed a Fr e a J 1 Willam talks of the booming success of a flang quie
Sr. ) s p t th money whle dme hi three business he tied In wit, but nobody realizes better than he be
SVenei, a at h Juan and d i ter t'rrle ti m n la tmnd bot important hs nare l to the business, and it naturally fonllw.h
;he' : we-lltiad .ell_ elenp ekendbestu
anc ce i fin a poor fourth. to take a verdict more he's In the public eye the greater the pubhity for rods,
Chilean jockey Bravo Francis, probably the No. 2 flies, hooks, worms, and whatever else h peddles.
-&AAT 0 Reputed to be weak-h completed an gec weekend ate attractlo .on the Isthmus
S 1 0 quitter, Qo Vadi by winning four six races as been ajtious to get a He'll be back, all right. He'd be foolish not to and no
ear- gt Ske in wleh r Tho "Paco" ebance to ave that surprising not even his most caustic press box critic, ever doubted that
o4 o f toIItu thl asw triumph wWl iUe" (which defeat and *111 finally get the had all his marbles. Besides hell be coming back two
9' i ftlA IN lo ma a emtlulde it he betting), chance in a championship bout. younger than DIMaggio was when he turned in mU itt M
hel ar Lb Hoelon eary lead. Oriu amad Quo Ielam, Pin Pon and Dalida P. Bourne gained the vacant ban- and woolens. And at 35 DIMag was hitting as W aeS? e 3,
aLlar. B Ve VaHs raVd ,. n" -even terms The mutuels aiff were a- tamweilht title four -months ago for 76 games. That was the year he had al the trouble wit
ebriefldythen Vadis steadily bo r e no uwh tO. lped Rdolroo Am- heel.
I ng o i Th divide Foer amateur welter, Another thing, Williams has always been metlqtlous abut
SThe _r home_ at_ divid e weight champ Labe 8muels condition. Bright lights and ala parties never fited hi
te ll 40 10-4 11, 0 getsa s uff tet Wast the There a some ng of the Olar oinhim and he much
2%e Clevrp 0'n- 5 1 hee ra youi .0t vteri beer be alone in a boat communing with the ysturlee and
SB 1leS dl-Coaas a Linda .C0, .dLenel Peraltsa l am eight of the sea, a choice in social relations died, it ha
.D1 ys tdS.I.(62.ou, l rlu m r u-Villrrea$irn -pound sesalfls by his unhappy association with babaui writers.
JeT. nSECOND RACE sm tow ifro ewter In

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S-aa o ndund believe his reflexs are quicker and oest mean he e
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Aisbi otW(*la d ade t CSl Athoh a r ores ti a b.elled todne- d Il the touarn lament. a- aaR oxtuntoe thtie tomn bg g
n al. apun Wehtbct rl m Uk-eater c anes e thee woud have b en no ati The al
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To 669.3 mph

PARIS, July 5 (UP)-Jet pil(
Michael Lithgaw broke the Lor
don-to-Paris speed record today
by zipping across the 200 miles i
a shade over 19 minutes.
The 33-year-old British Navy
pilot flew a Supermarine Swift
at an average speed of 669.3
miles per hour In knocking
about a minute and a half off
the old record.
The Royal Aero Club clocke
Lithgow's departure from sun
swept London airport at 3 min
utes, 23.6 seconds after noon an
his arrival at Le Bourget field I1
Paris at 22 minutes, 41.6 second
after noon. His elapsed time wa
19 minutes, 18 seconds.
His time from the center o
London to the center of Parl
was 19 minutes. 5.6 seconds.
Some 50,000 persons watching
an air display at Le Bourget saw
Lithgow's Swift sweep through
the sunny sky to break the previ
ous record of 20 minutes, 37.4
seconds.
Trevor S. Wade set the old
record in a Hawker Hunter in
May, 1949.
At Lithgow landed his sun.
silvered pl a n e a tremendous
cheer broke from the Pari
crowd. Airport officials greeted
him warmly and he walked
across the field to a tumult o1
applause.
French President Vincent M
Auriol, one of the first to be told
of the new record, asked thai
Llthgow be presented to him.
The Swift, built by Vickers-
Armstrong, has been Lithgow's
plectI project. He Is chief test
lt for Viekers, and made al
the early flights in the Swift.
He also carried out the first
deck-landing tests of the Sea-
fanx and Attacker .qt fighters.
Lithgow set the 100-kilometer
closed circuit seed record in an
Attacker and in 1950 won the
challenge cup of the British So-
ciety of Aircraft Constructors
with a flight of 533 miles pet
hour in the same plane.

Ike Plunges
Into Pr wrWork
After Hidaoy
WASHINGTON, July 6 (UP)
President Elsenhower, re-
fresheld by a fishing and golf-
Ing weekend, plunged Into a
stack of oaper and staff work
today without the Interruptions
of the customary callers. Press
Secretary James C. Hagerty
said the only reason for the ab-
sence of an appointment sched-
ule was to give the President
a chance to work without Inter-
ruption.
The President returned to the
White House last night after as
Fourth of July weekend at Camp
David in the Catoctin Moun-
tafins of Maryland.

US Red Tape
-- By The Mile
WASHINGTON. July 6 (UP)-
The federal government used 366
mlfes of red tape last years.
It came on 72-yard spools at
a prtee of 53 cents each. It was
fIWetelxteenths of an inch wide
A. nd was made of cotton. The
Government bought 8,950 spools
St the stuff and paid about
$7000 for it.
Government agencies use the
tale to tie up documents for
storage. String tears the docu-
ments, and the linen-finished
tape was found best for the Job.
S Although congressmen fre-
auently criticize the red tape I
executive agencies, a report by
te General Services Adminjs-
*tlon showed that the Houle
Adcument room is the biggest
'emsumer of the item. The Vet-
,eans Administration comes next,
allowed by GSA itself and the]
Defens* Department.


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TWENT-BIGHTH TEAR.


PANAMA, B. P., MOMbAT. JULY 6, 195


Independence HolidayDrivers


Starte

CHICAGO. July 6 (UP) -
last-minute rush of home
bound motorists, some of -I
driving through r ains t o
spoiled an encouraging hol
weekend traffic record wit
rash of fatal accidents.
The National Safety Cou
which had predicted 290 tr
deaths during the Independ
Day weekend, had revised it
timate down to 215 and prn
drivers for good sense and h
way manners.
Then, as the holiday drew
close at midnight last night,
death reports grew with g
rapidity. They continued
trickle in today.
A United Press survey sho
that at least 229 persons
been killed in traffic accident
Another 108 drowned, p
crashes claimed three lives
39 persons were killed In mis
laneous mishaps.
Fireworks killed only one
son, but more than 60 per
were injured and several i
dren maimed.
The overall death total
380.
The single fireworks fats
occurred at Willows, Calif.,
ing a supposedly safe disp
Edward Nolta. 15, was ki
when a dud aerial bomb sti
him in the head.
Robert Petroff, 16. of Be
Wis.. tried to manufacture ma
shift flares by mixing gunp
der with his chemistry set.
mixture exploded, blowing
both his hands. He sent
chemistry set to police and i
sd them to useJt any way po
ble to impress other young.
with the dangers of explosive
"I was a chump," he said
hope other kids can avoid w
happened to me." '
A check showed that altoge
er. five persons were killed
145 injured In recent weeks
to fireworks.


d Safely, The# Slipped

The They included four killed and were hrt 4d 25 am the
vard- 108 injured in two exploAlons in state' i% tAted its a W.,jI tb
them Texas and a man killed at Chi- before a Jb w makW s Mi. ID
orms, cago when a horse bolted as two of ftw ~ .lgW W .
liday boys exploded fireworks nearby, were ia s .
At New York, two detectives o Z8 i ed rI
incil, were mobbed by 150 children as In serM accidents o- Captn P
affic they tried to raid an illicit fire- maClr known n anWho
ence works store in Brooklyn. The of- retired In 19M, led June 29 In
s es- ficers suffered bruises in the me- Almost a score of *rioM, were New Bedfordi Mass., after a,
alsed lee which permitted nine fire- hurt at Iowa City. I b a-Ond- illness, aFOtl to word re
igh- works salesmen to escape al- den storm that caught atoset ed here Bauray. He wAs
though police seized $6,000 worth 10,000 persons Ia p Iark were years old.
to a of pyrotechnics, they were waiting to watch a M Margaret Huaey, a
the In Connecticut. 17 persons fireworks display. ter of QatMIalaFoe, wrlotI t
grim her father wab hospitalIedr
to June 22 to .2. He died from
heart attack.
owed Captain Payne had served as a
had Canl pilot for 22 yearon his ble-
its. tirement. ou In New N4tod
lane Mass., he ted from e
and MassaChUsettA Nautical
sceL- School and served as an
in the.Navy in Wold War2. Aw
per- ervie, in the Merchant marne,
sons he joined the Panama Canal p1-
chl- lot force. '
Some months atu Captin
was Payne's retirement, bi sn
ality i w .esRa .pae
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R. A. F. Pis Dogs

Agains Mau Maus

On Kenya Poshs
NAIROBI, Kenya, July 6 (UP)
The Royal Air Force i flying
packs of highly-trained Alatlan
dogs to Kenya to guard RAP in.
stallations against raid by Mau
Mau terrorists, It was disclosed
today.
"Operation Doglift" already
has handed some of the animals
here and more are on the way
from the RAF training school in
the Sues Canal Zone.
The dogs, each accompanied by
a personal handler, are traveling
in Valetta aircraft of the Mid-
dle East transport force as high
priority passengers, not as lowly
The swift, ferocious dogs are
in charge of Cpl. John Eisner
who three years ago took police
dogs to Malaya to track bandits
theie.
Elanwr Insisted that hi Alsa.
tians are not killers.
"They know their job Is to take
prisoners." he said.
"They are faster than any-
thing on two feet and when they
spot their 'man they *bring him
down."


VISITOR TO THE U.N. Former President Harry'45 i
just like any otter tourist, taking in the ahs, drops at
ed Nations headquarters during hIs.trip to iew i 9 ? a
received a hearty welcome from Dagi Hlitam tlk d, (*1*.),
UN Secretary-Gendral '
4 4 4


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Former President .Harry 8. Tru- home. -.
man tak to the highway yester- The T u s tearture mua t
day ust like an estimated 40,- ed th e af in
00ed0 father 8 day drivers and Mr. Truman had se
headed home to Independence, Brodwe- sbhws, ai
Mo., after a "wonderful week" fameMB teureit
seeing the sights in the big city. Uni
Mr. Truman stowed nine suit- cr'a i a
caseslto his big black Chrysler, wo g.
and then slipped behind the peg
wheel. miAnutp!
With-Mrfs. Truman beside him,. At abou lfa e a reC
he headed for the nearest super- Preside INS
highway pointing west. In the S
The Trumaps got up before 6 Tower a
a.mr iaa. effort to get an early rage. with
start a .t.he heavy holiday his s
weekend tfiale. He ta the de
At 7 40 n. he nosed the car and than-
off MathaIa's West Side high- himself Io I
way and Into the Holland Tun- forts to


Nine European Beauty Queens


Think US Women Not So Hot
*LONON, July 6 (UP) Nine Miss Sweden blonde Ulla Cooper and Humphrey Bogart,"
beauty queens from three con- Sandklef said American womr- sad 20-year-old Ingrd Mills
tinents left today for the United en may look beautiful and well from utb Africa.
ttes after confessing they do dressed when they are aeen in- "And, d l t to talk to girls
nct think much of American dividually. "But when you see all the l Sweden in-
women, them together, they look as if terruptod. "wedsh boys are
The aspirants for the title of they were t u r n ed ot by ma- nice. too, but they like to talk to
MMi Universe of 1953 admitted chine." each o '
the American male is a olfte'ent Jyette Olsen, 18-year-old blue- ais a plans to save one
sZ. "reyed Miss Denmark, agreed that American. the fate of mar-
-'monde Christel Schaack-M-ss American w ome n make very B'ylg r W 'E r i c a n woman.
ersany, said that as wives A- questionable wives. _B o 04Kr% .,iRa aItralz
hhn wouOen mabw good a rd "American men gird in to their en test ju
#oers. wives all the time," she id. so bafeould gt to the United
"They should be ood at bridge "Why. I heard that they evnD Sat'. a ez-I Herbert
-- eonuh time at give them their own cars. Dania Shee iteflaf ploye in
the said befri men are not like this they anre Mim,
bM tthe plnmfrw yNew York. itrong and frm." oef
.'A Oerfma hubnd lW nlyan Co ubt, 2-yearw-olp-to
s wll j be ready when bIe lnde from Brussels, al she Stra s
McOeM f work, but an understands tI hat "Ameriam T l da4
IS sand will get sole- ve ll their money to th e0r l i
d S1o3tofaeanc.iv.et." *e
'wife has been t oo But when it comes to Amen ai
s cards to prepare a l an men. the lovelles were more in
si. "No wonder A- entho= e ba
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