The Panama American

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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:
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 )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01649

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,mand said t by the main U.N..a#4 CONi-:A
teams will mea. 0oporrow for the first tkm gj
man Rhee ceved the truce crisis in Korea.
SGen. Mrk. W. Clark, U.N. supreme cetwHi
the Far East, eaounced the plenary sessions
resumed at Ponmunjem. He then returned to TM
conferring with Rhee.
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6o4manist1 reo* wont to sign the truce bec
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NAM BMt ARIA6. EDITOR
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ToLiMwN@e PANAMA No. -03740 18 LI A *LINS A.
CABLE ADODRgeS PANAIMUICAN. PANAMA. ..
SOLOM O MPIC.i 17 IT CENTYAI AVENUE TwrFeN 12TH ANP 13 Wi pgYu
OPeIMsion sharmaTavie, JOSHUA I6 POWEwl.
34% ManDIOM AvE. NeW Yvom. 171L N V. L Com m ent
meWIm. IN ADVAmCE 5176 0a.so :
1Il IMONTNH. IN ADVANCE 3 S I 00
1 1 nA ,' ADVANC 5 sO 214 00 By Victor Riesel
WASHINGTON The next.
5 IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN voice of America to be heard -
in the ultra-modern council
rooms of the United Nations
LI h 1may well be hurling Shakespear-
/ I L ean and Biblical thunder at our
enemies as only John L. Lewis
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama Amer- can for the hard-headed and
ni. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly canfi- mellilluous leader of the nation's
enil manner. coal diggers has been asked by
It you contribute a Ietter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the the White House to help launch
axt day. Letters are published in the order received. a propaganda offensive across *
Plase try to keep the letters limited to one page length. the world 'as a U. 3. delegate, to t I
Identily of letter writers as held in stricte.t confidence. the U. N.
nis ewspeper assumes no responsibility rFor" a eits -all opinion s
d in letters from readers Or it may well be that the -
-0- leonine, gray-maned president
of the United Mineworkers
PART TIME OR FULL TIME, FOR HOW,MANY? Union may soon be stuffing his .
pockets with travel tickets ,,...
Panama, R. P. which will carry him around the
world on a good will mission as
the personal spokesman of the .
Rumors are flying, persistent rumors, that a Panama panal President of the Lt 8. With the '
blishment on the Pacific side is planning to' drop a substan- rank of Ambassador.
number of part-time workers from the Local Rate payroll and
state the remaining employes in this category to 40 hour week Neither is too improbable.
ploytent. On the surface this arrangehent-aptars to be a Either, or both, make down-
e gesture Very good, yes. for the fortunate ones who remain to-earth sense. One or bqth,.is
But what of the poor unfortunates who will be forced out. goigQ to occur soon if cBr-
Conditiops in these parts are very badat present, and things rent White House plan aren't 6
Say be a lot worse the way events are shaping up. Part time changed. That is the world in,
ork in spite of its many disadvantages has been a great help the highest Administration
maintaining some semblance of balance so far as employment circles.
concerned, and but for this system ol employment, scores of
en and women would have been already added to the unemploy- There are .two parts to this
ent rolls of "'Mr. Walker." Afd after all, working part of the new E:senhower-Lewis formula
me for Uncle Sam Is a whole lot better than working full time f 'restorinretoe around 'r v n-
Talk of this proposed lay off seems to have taken a very seri- world- especially with the free
us hold on the people. To listen to their lament you feel as woers everywhere.
ough the bottom had dropped out of their ,w". Can't blame One is the final realization
ScordLng to eport they are ser hun that we must act swiftly In full
[ cording to Leports, they are seVer hunted part time recognition of the fact that the
krs on the Local Rate payroll of tne o $al laboring men of Asia, Latin
atever the cause that has influenced this change, let I hope America and Europe no longer
1*. dot a forerunner to a definite change aIn the Iriplineemnt consider us the Great White V T
lhcy of the Panama Canal Co. Father.. .
f.Il said before, conditions are bad. The futures" ueertain. '_____ .. ...
rt time employment, bad as it may be. should be a welcome The other is the realization m
tive to unemployment. that one man, far above all' A a W
other labor leaders, commands
.... Thanks for space, the imagination, respect and at-
tention of labor in countries
-- -- A Sympatitzer abroad the riproarlng, out-
--- spoken John L. Lewis. *
,____'___ _'___________ These realities were faced .
Aanew s rtlea and woven together b y Pree- On Aug. 20 will occur ILcurious something Wnber. .. .0.
ginal Imuurtio s dent Eisenhowerr Tand l ad- wbi c promiis to make lndlan -for a time the tak 1 to s
visers recently. ThaL's part of most pUbliciz stato in the natoib. tar lIh
IONTAL 3 RavIne the background of the now Before th yeptg l5 I ay1 eltor- the bokabt mi.1
ONTAL 3 Ravine Ilmous Eisenhower-Lewis din- view s hlri
'W i he 4Collection of ner. o 19q4 they be t vfrah A iust telErw
the sayings Ca But this pubiolsed sootal shuffle.
uhersary of 5Still evening was not as important Also, a fe f'a t will have _'astedying nfltu- wouteinuindlrv laid him lbw.
ashinton's 6 Distant as a previous, an4te Qto now nce on us dating It ecti d ay oome omAi"r. tor told.Dr.I"ewe
fInauguration 7 Yellow bugle secret, Wel ete Huse'th dinner wen all i. of d W8 are to o behind rst. a ;
S He became plantP ome ;wee rethe one that, mng around, sail 8 eadI kl5d W i be rIt' U1o-.
8bae Getthth ehe p er LIMurn.
-rgaidenteIvaA edm, Dfh.'s the
p Hed 8to cut e'sh e end-th scenes One of the more steadying ftst a"i Indat e, l re Iat I
in 10 Gull-like bird story of thearoterdinmer-con- is that it leads lil 'the other states i fBe&-pro- er it. 0
12 Darlings 24 Hurl '. 4Wdux lerence: '*" auction of peppermint and searmipt ols. In t. makig, meantie, s of th b t
laUoed ITBamboolike 25 Poker stake 44 Husband of I't la ne -vI t.John_ -l---ot a
I Grass (pi.). 2 Hammer head Gudrun When 8crtt ry h] John tb I team, Booth Tarkitgton, Theodore ever. 2
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relief same time. Tills was
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Rep. :,1- s Cooper (D-Tenn.)
snd other Denocersto who voted
,for th a xension iasued a state-
ment asiu*g;tIt while they feel
"that tuzlder normal peacetime
pondl ls aift isnot a -de-
.smbie tax. we felt that under
phneentcoplKlons the fiscal sta-
pility of the government re-
quires t. te taix be extended
for antWr sid-Months."


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one at the lesLdepisAls of
nickel on e~vr found. It is
near Lnx Lae. in .Western
Ontario, miles northwest of
Kenorm, Ot. Plans are under
way to begin mibing the ore
as eawlias Aiumt. The nickel
In thwrkki veb 5sas at 10
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maure lI lasst4an h1>
to.r" to mtit p utl deserved'
tax r lu i ld s wao
done in te iad3oi OOP cam.-i
paign r etocut taxes. t
vle "deep regret that
Mr. fismllm .".ve an honest
man could do tho Iss than ad-
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the people,
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tax was bd qt Mi a ix-month
extension *w necessary to raise
an addttion WOOWO.00 to rev-
enues and prevat ithi year's
deficit frem being aUiy bigger. '
iThe tat will be retroactive to
July 1. It w14 expire Jan. 1,I
when a -10 pw cent cut in per-
sonal taxer also ~osInto effect:
Reed had wanted to #ut personal
taxes now, as well u kill the ex-
ceas profits Jevy..
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denounMld ai .a .im.traint %,
small business IpmS on.
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p:o: CMe eoipkomSme which
uha" exenip buslnesd
doing $100,000 yWr or less from
tAe tax.
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P xr to Leave Browder; :Jr
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.. Ancon is scheduled Mr. and-
a rom Cristobal for New bell; Mr. an Nar
borrow with 141 passen- michael; ,ff
to thp advance Mrs. Ann* : Mr, and
list from .the Panama Mrs. Leo ,uch- Mr
and Mrs' ., and
those on the ship wit! daughter,~ Mis'
ey H. Noble. comptrcl- G. Dubee: iols
t C. Walker, chief of and Mr. and r.,. D
al Secutlty Branch;,Duncan and 2h
st T. Schmidt. who re- Mrs. Luc len, .d 2.
i Canal service at the children: Mr. aX 1rr-
Prisch: MiAsey;
wmplete advance passen- Miss Vera M. Garm i Jo-
oelows: sephine Garro: ^arrv U' art:
at Mrs. William A. Aleu- {iss Lena GPIfr, C.:lair{
S on Miss Charlotte Ba. Gordon: Mrs. Lenort OowB; Mr
Regina Becker: Mr. and Mrs. George Grecke z ss
J. 3. Sheridan BiavE Et- M. T.oulse Greene: *
I IBleakleyv: Edward Hughes; Miss Mary Hambrose: Mrs.
-Martha J. Hamilton and 2 ch'l-
tdren: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene E.
!Hamlin. Jr.: Mrs. Mary Hare
land 3 children: Miss Ethel Har-
Iris: Miss Helen Harris: Misq Ir-
ma Har.sh: Mr. and Mrs. Har-
lold M. Hpstin-s: Mr. and Mrs.
0 Leonard L. Heitake: Mr. and
,JA0 OlN RID Mrs. George F. Herman: Richard
C. Herman: Mr. and Mrs. John J.
BY OSWALD JACOBT Herring; and Dr. and Mrs. Julian
Written for NEA Service Hunt;
SMrs. Ida JTenkins and 2 chil-
dren: Mrs. Emily A. Johnberg;
OiMr. and Mrs. Fred Joseph: Aa-
NORTH I iron Kadosh: Mrs. Anna A. Kier-
46873 inan: Mr. and Mrs. Milton M.
V Q4 I LaCroix and 2 children: Mr. and
S8 763 Mrs. Samuel Levenstein; Mr.
4 Q 109 2 and Mrs. Robert Levin and 2
"WST EAST children: Mr. and Mrs. Max Le-
41054 J962 vv: Mrs. Evelvn B. Lockahv: Mr.
SK39652 VAJ nd Mrs. John Lord; and Mrs.
A 4 J952 Rth Lowowskv:
#K84 4763 Mr.. .Teen G. MacLean "nd
SO" UTH (D) son: Miss Xthel MaeZinko; Mr.
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S;10873 'lldd A. N'fiez: MiJ. F91stino
KQ 10 T Opk-es: Mi. Jsienhine nrlon-
46AJ5 r(o: Mrs. Loulq P.. Os'ood: 'yr.
North-South vul. qrri Mrs T ouis .T. Poletti: Ga-
Som West Negr Kast ',,iel A. Riemers: and Mr. an'i
I N.T. Pass Paw Pass TTr.. James W. Riley and 2 chil-
Opening lead-V 5 dro -
Joffre R Saanweau: Miss
S" uit,.h T .W4hmOt .'" do',-
South hand was really ler: Mr. and Mrs. Rprhert .
ly too strong for an open-' chwertzer: Mrs. Mildred R.
1tg boid otone no-trump, since It sheuherdi: Mrs. Evelyn S. mo.
includes 19 points with two extra wick and t ebildren: Edward C.
ten-spots. (Most experts will bidl smithh WRobprt L. Snvder; and
one no-truni, only on a hand Misx.Mildred Sussman:
that counts 16 to 18 points.) The I Mr. mnd Mrs. Ravmond A
"eXf strength did South no Taylor: Mrs. Gladvs A. Trhomrn-.
lsoWat all, since he misplayed the hand And managed to go'Thorrto'dsn al 'on: Mr. erd Mrs.!
down. obert r WsJkrer p id sons*-
West opened-the five of hearts, Mr. an,' Mrs.. Tobi Ward: and.
y properly played low, and Mr. 'n'd Mrs. Paul E. Whitaker
-inevon with the Jack. East next :-nd 2 phidren.
c d the ace ;f hearts A
the returned t e deuce of d lead
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of*rwonds. cashed the king of king and oueen of snades, fol-
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poe 6 I low 'lub. West can take the kine
S.th was now back in his ownof clubs. but mst then lead
hi"r and was therefore limited hearts or diamonds. and in either
to three sodes. ;one diamond '.' South Isn make his seven.
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0 FOR SALE I FOR SALW MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
'" Household b A i"iohlls e, a.. h t p le. gmmlch -- Sont. Claos Moch-.e.
*rr{._ Wihl Alete tamAm mes. s togem. Electric o,
I:. SALE -1, rrnjrtr.i o, pefeci, FOR SALE -1'951 Ford V-8 Victo- 2e Aose. C. mGdmbrt. rates. Ted il. !
...,i .io f,, ( cr.. go. %rc ., Ccpe.- ra Radio, While calls, $1.500 G dmbr ; 4-e67, .aedro M t.
c :on.c.le W?- ca.hPhcn3.60 *. 7 A. M.-tcl DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
L '. --P. it 4 P P vCenral Avenue "I" Street car- PIt Oceanside cottages, .Sant
r gr t r \ -. ._ r-a___ a l n e r. T l p h o nin2 14 7 9 P a n a m a C I i, sc 4 3 5 B a lb o a P en .
I.? \V ng" i."T-FhonSALE-Pano-,9 3ontiac tln.no --- rname 3-1877. Cristobal 3-167/3.
c I- :r. n s .' fig h, I.- Hydramatlic, radio, two REPAIR, refinish Roattan, bamboo
t tone blue. excellent ccnd.tion. SI.- furniture, complete overhaul. Noun on beach, Santa Clara. AIm
E -: I....c. -. E.ur CC. Houie 167.B, Gamboa. Tel- Guaranteed work. Special price free in C L Ca pae ml ntains.
'&I .Eoch.ine 6-398. est.mate. In front of Ballo Beer Phone AAPHL Baboa 1389
r: Cl .11: SALE -Dodge t941 in perfe W s
r t fufl'.1 ng Condition, With- radio tip-;AMERICAN HOUSEWIVES we pro- Santa Clara leach cottage
..-.- --, r x'. ': h)liere. in very rod condition. curS beat maids. Identification, 2 e o .s ef e to Ro qs
r i .. --i .... rr : 6 good tfr s 1650 x 16- 6 pls. references, health certificate record- ini. B lboa 2 3050, q ce
I e: -3 e ent p,,cA GOOD PRICf For information call ed "CIP ERVI;_S 2nd. fr., owwee--,ends
Il --, "0v. 1be :en 1c. phone 3.-2094 or see it after 5 p BILLA VISTA THEATIR, phone Foster's College. ue mHea ,
S; '' 1 1.. m I lh Sr. No 6. San Fioncisco 3-0881. Panama. Santa Clora. Phone albe 2-.1
S -- le .rgnouse FORSALE -1947 VauxhollS Ldan. Ask About Our FOR RENT -
,I'" "1 hr r '- Jean Du.y pod. Sk,-view lop. Leather THREE ST1111KS F RR lEN
'- r 0. ,ain- 4' -- '" 46 upholstery. Good condition. $475.- CHRISTMAS CLUI P n '
r '"'- '-1 i a... t- -vl I 00 Oa,-. Balboa 2117. Evenings. Boazr Americano"
i Pa ....0- nama 3-3957 Ponoma & Colon FOR RENT.July 2 5,
,-, i.,-, -, -, '. FOR SALE 1951 Renault 4-door SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA, single house, 4 bedrams,n Ade-
Sb' ,- : h.- Sedan clean, 40 MPG SHAFF, PANAMA.MEXICO one way i85 quate for 2 families. Gonabo a -
cre H '9- Navy Pacific 2474 or 3124. round Irip $135 115 day Ilm ti 134.
Sc n Cril bi $165, good one year; to L.F0 5
-- b.- -- '. FOR SALE.-Cadillad 62 Cl upe C ANGELES oe way, '1 FOR RENT5 Corpltely urnglll
S. .m-houieold goods, leav- light blue, all extra, du free. trip $268.64 90 day limit c Plt, lan-l llf le
a Ca.: .e o ."n at ieu ,1 Top cond-tion. Phone -17 or 3- a a Dispatch Service. 36 Ave da ~room, Ilndpendent enlw ftence.
C;; ar. ; Ce n at i..:ue 470- -.Na "Aut ,obil .,Row. Tel. information ask Mrs. Eddis /on,
40-'. _r: A r_._ Na --c- _ilonal Uom l l. 4thr Averts No. 15, Se Franis.-co,
S" FOR SALE ana- 2-,165. nights phone 3-0308.. .
-., ,rgerat.,r 25 cycle, To MIAMI & P'EW YORK vie AREA FbR iET Comptly-fum d
e1 cnr.ai,. v.ry cn.op. Boats & Motors Boeing4-engine planes One-ay modem very cool residence in Belle
a,, -8. Albrck phone 86- toMi'armi:.7000ntO riptVistamto$responsible7R -rtyTuoph
'a Albrock phone 86 FOR SALE --22 foot lishing. cruiser. S 26 00. One-way to New York i. res a pr. Po rch.
65 H. P. Willy sIa jeep motor $11400 Round-trip $214.00. See ivingroom, e nklhgroorfs, 3 bed-
F -C-.ci, *1^ ; 1-erator I SERVCEI twarkiche,
S A'ply 6th. S H u.e 8 S le Balboa yacht Club, 2693 1 telephone 2-1655 I -'-" "" -" .
Si Sc :c. or Panamard 2-g1. ARMED FORCES EMPLOYM FOR RENT: Furnished 2 bedreoqr
A- Abn,, Ou CRSALE -- I Bor t S. Cis chalet. 2 baths, big Iinroom and
.-r.,EE STRIKES Johnon outboard 5 H.P., $175.00 Interested in what you'II be making ,and basement. for 2 mo Or;
CHRiSTMAS CLUB Call 3-2389 after 5:00 p. m next year? What you'll live e is more. No. 3 52nd Stree
2 S zor Arr.err.ono .----. your lid g ? ChnMee of e .re3ll 5
r m & C ."or. F CR S A L E-- O n e N orton Internatio na l eo dv oca t io n W ho lim i yof a ni beriiii
r cc .o. ,_ sc^ n c":',!"* .,^ ^ y^".g FOR RENT
Pr'' -oge ireerWe W ,' tion Prce $350.00 Also $t150.- a the a os.ome, ef..SM -


S. no r-- ne. rBa b Io 1406 D W-- _heel ele ide your ee-weekes unfurnished apartments; private i-
u- a.o.a4 0 ,P FOR SALE J o'in end ,4ew wot k lfor the osd gardens. 806 th Steet,
9 t. cc. o py. ie F ideratIn ef Fi deral, |e New Cristobol. Tphorn Colont
ti-e. .Wet.r ghou re rger- Real Estate 61 o, ....r t _
or, one Lear guarantee. g.rl' ,' w m .TOnMr, lT ATTNTION I.
all,* .^oi metMal extension HOUSE sa'f SN4. two Chive Chinr Clubbouse 7:10 p. m. Just built, hot, cel, water, one,tw ,
a -. t i ~ enclo-e for ltpr stores. No 398-C. Rio Abaol -- hree-,edoeor fu .aper'mel,
'A; P Hc e tsutbe I)r Calls 4., TI. 785 Agenc 2 Eu- Wl n
.room) ,oyta wa. hng i C iCll Coi .Panama 2]

a2!3P Tel 2 W-7=6 5 located. Meibbb'ermaCell
'.-Fr.gdoure refrigerator ,el i ix- FbR SALE.-9 Month ild AKC Dl- m. Tel. -4644. *
c cle. excellent cond- d lperi in 55 motion ICoach "og). M be n FOR RENT: urnihed ao(rTmp.t
I n A 529:r B Almond Sr daa|s. nd core at Humane Society Cristobal. suitable.for married cuipe, kitch-
i" l e 0f r choo m. cl ou FORSALE:-C"abnet m odelelectric n di ni rivilg.
..C l M -, -,, Siy n wn man a- er hs;
a. -Ir.-,w. r.~ay ainer4p.rH sem aw5on mriin -ll) ay1 -n FColoh"bia St. No.i85 Ap e C
rlsrIL c- rC_ _71 Singer__w--n machine.alla ttacht .t"


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Nav) 3564' 1151 L Lo- WANTrED maid to tbkq carp of twbo
S __ chdren, gnalhoustmi..k, mit
I .Ii !:"DCKlt2IB ae m.2!Lris ru!ryCJ: rt42B jrci !
i f-.. 731SOUNAL ALS 5 et M. 24 8-DB t
h W -P. BARB, JR., H. 1. Humoh, --.- -.
Slt -?'.'g Health Serv.ce. Cor-.
t,,e Spinal and S,,u-,u,1 Ad-rai Irmanf wi.
tments. 75 Cole Estud onie kL t lrllllllans Win
eplone 2-5)59. 8 A M to 8 -
M. P appotment Work
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menis, cabinet and machine, per-
fect condition, $90.00. Call Al-I FOR- RENT:-Apartment,r now build-
brook 4119. ing, "D" Street anpd Eusebio Me-
R A~~ LE: -o- t roles Avenue. "Rosito" Building.
-FOR ALE: Ntw Kenmora auto- Phone 3-3181.
matic washed. 1 hir6torriffriger-
Taor and gas sfqve. Panama 3- FOR RENT:-Two bedroom furnished
2263. apartment in Bella Visfa. Noea
o AIE.-Ninety shares of CI- TMa.ry Sol. Ave Justo Arosemean
FOR SALE:-Niety shares of Cloy 73A Call 2-234
Products Co. at $3.00 per shore '"..."________.
Call Ponomt.2 -W146' FOR RENT:-Nice cad cool opear
As- k About Our.-- ment. 2 bedroom, iv inb and din'.
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ol l STRIISIs
nib Explosions BERLIN. idliv 9 iUP, Tene CHRISTMAS CLUB
of thousands of East German "Bator Amrrlcano"
K Two Homes 'workers returned to their iobs to- Panoama & Colon
Sday after the Soviet Zone Corn- FOR SALE: Coldspot refriaor
k ock Island .unlit.ra q wllurr- 25 cycle, crib, ironingn bbora d
P ,c Isa ddered to a wave of s[t-down training hair, r cyIe sm ll radio
strikes and met trikets' de- ,c rado
lOCK ISLAND. Ill. Julv 9 strikes and met trikers d- Misc dhe, prts, etc. 5433-G
S- Two mystery bomb ex- d .e. r.. .Dia. loblo C. Z'.
- Tw mtew m. ryrhbornb e- Reports from bo Lthe ciltyV and -
j-fqc rirly today rocked the Zc-n confirmed b any anm --rcml
le r.' "'n emplove of a strike- 2 kes ma laid te in Amelcitv
:-1" ... I uv n e 'n "".....spokesman said the naioritv otf1U DN J
' daRily newspaper and an 100.000 workers lho at down on rU-KO
elosion-striking u lon.Ithelr Jobs yesterday were work'
t exosi:30 a.m. in the acme Ing normally* (Centinuede ralPare 1)
beodeartdment officials sid Work was resumed after the Prealdent .laenhower assured
wre dearment officials the government opened the East- Syngmlin Rhee that the United
were certain" the e -aused b bombs. Po est cit.brde and announced tate wlU trve for a united
were they had o mmedbs.te the release, of thousnd of it. Korea after al ar tistice but to-
nation of the motive behind iateommu fta i for tk- fled to endorse Rhe's demand
blation of the motive behind Ing une rebeb tfor a new War if peaceful efforts
hpts lte ta ait O0imuntis: rule. fail
l[mbers of the International 1" t
%thela ons I nAF dhave 'Ihise tO rifasures met the The rebellious South Korean
it| ainst four news- demand of the w 0 r k e r s who president wants the war reumn


SI hrougo ut East Germany. rea mhwithin w te m nths
1,VtUP The The government did not ran- U p tld a news
euret dtotrictwionst mInounce the number s CofmC M o&feren e 4n ecarrent U.B.
tauliWbath. It n tit m l arne negotiations Rhee still will
hich wou lt undar !wd after yve the Oblem. But aue
Wtob t oreel p.t -n -Fat .. tsldthe lt ilf
Fa desat unr m.to 1e"e b to be wei
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FOR RENT -Unfumished aportrnient
2 bedrooms, l.vingroom, dining.
room. bathroom, kitchen, garage,
mad s room. East 51st Street, No.
20, corner of Federico .fgd Ave-
nue. Apply upstairs. '-
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apartment, one unfu r for
office. clinic or resildkw. Phon
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North American nighr.jel. 3-
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trance. Kitchen privlliM. hi. 13,
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Via Vadt1I fNPu- tSo la1,t iow In Zngland
re a inua lcplain a SU captain in "The
Sf th T they're I y l4 eye on a Lon-
Watch t Ad. when they take don py, p S" apade," for Broad-
off thetIfoaM t H bdoth of them wbyta f *f Wafte beat he's read
Says Alex Gottlieb:
S"It'is OM tmed, knife-in-the- Bing Crosby' latest record hit
back Uiddg." is "Tenderldft," with Bill Brill
-The film the way, goes back sharing author crqdt. Bing is
to Hollyo early days of Bill..... There's a am Gold-1
ggT "ht" com y. Pantomime and wynism in Danny Kayesa "Knoc{
Sn ual gasg ta up 50 pagea of on Wood." The one about: "Any-'
td a repald ori the 110- .aci Lpt and rle's one who goeb to a psychiatrist.
answer, let, and husband. ..ft on, 14 predict- should have his head examined."!
hower, left, and e f a new comely
'ofrk Dies tenm it m nd ob. As he SPIKE'@ ON ROAD
e-baItfothey laught "I*'. good _hemlmtry-lke the, Spike Jones Ip hitting the road I
i-lifoot.e allr- ming a Carole Lm*atd and again with hi Juicsal Iasanities
DA F I vJR b Bii. peq isw t Ieseay* 's.'." iRevue after oionMsalg that TVi
____ -....- -. almost knocked him and other
Clark Dies, 'Televjn'l .lw actd-of-cod entertainment salesmen for a
dlarkL Dies, baby crtile uok ts the --migloop.
Tm Town" serie. me l. who w atya
ITO,. jrfoW I,,' TnlelB neu, hTao o a lSaturmtya an a-e nidht.
date with the MArk a"l writers were arfa oa the read," he teold
services will be held for GraOn-raune Productions me at the Ftamnlago eotel i. Las
3 p.m. in the Loyal re antmhi their nMla over I eas where he's a r a eous
a Hall on CeBfit how she tean be blacked Vat efieliik. "The big TV shows m r-
Joseph C. Clae, the sezript L i'A bundle was Cm1 e t "
Santo Toms Xlodp- wttm in. to S hot. but Janr. Spike was all set to lampoon
following an illness the Wirset Joha akar. answers thU theme song from "Moullnr
months to."Mla" a She telilbs. Rouge" this time out. but ex-
ear old. Burial wi lp lains ht failure to cook up a
ardin d Pa Ct- A trainede'Muimos i t Alsatre with:
iooeened at Qitos. fl' the first
i m survived by his tim chimps ey fbale been. en- "I went to me the pl tere and,
-netined by lW. I feltsoNavyf ry. 1 Tooreme--
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o grandchildTra-n.. m. terlig w't be haytg ftl* t to kM the song."
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a Haven Seas". -ater aN. "tt role'. been Dick Bernstein says a localmA&-
S Ala. (UP switched to a elloonkeeper's loon ham 3-D bartenders. When
ra.. M. Hannah daftlht wft Jan leolalfnk- you get dnk. disorderly and
ir private "mercy "We dftL*dp the nure rots disrepiutab they come right out
3oude Oak Moun- was too hygele and and anti- at you.
ere for stray dogs. lsetic.' Produberp eh
n fenced area 15 Producer P)ne rand 3Thom-
ound running loose 1AR.AfMhB A IP ut- ompletefr rtdr 3D
tarvatien. -, -0m and hta acbleduled anotherI
A- l" l pt 9I beiv dancer after ch1ecfngwith the ter own-
nam-teflid -e l' ne a -l.arIsin ouiutts ef the na-'
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"lurlin*r o e of her "eote"L to -wrIn .lases. The only
SIII iujbd hI a B 3-D moie. hut compulilnta about them are from
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White Sox Move Into 2nd l" Zuluetda 5re# 4 n

Place In American League -.4.'..
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NEW YORK, July 9 (UP) The Brooklyn Te am' S .. -._.
oers took their most commanding lead of the New yBrk x. a~ in -
' n in the Nationg) League race last night when tdgs y..5 "y no US-
th#y defeated the floundering Phillies, 8.4, while Boa"n hadb e point-
"aund place Milwaukee lost to Chicago,7-3. tSPhla3 8 Xm in a d lIon UW A t Ame.
DODGERS Take Sports sixth inning. Six ingles produced St.L oi s h L t
Dodgers, who also extend- the rally ft Clint Courtney eTRir a
Ier consecutive home run added a homer later for insur- tam l a "ftol t
to 22 games when Gil ance. TODA. GAM S a ro e
s and Carl Furillo clouted Washington topped the Athlet- DetroitnatCi~ L. t .
the route. now lead the Na- ics 7-4 as the Nat camne from Cleand at- S1 D I.ouls ( )
by 3/2 games. behind with three runs in the Philadelphla at Wash.gton P -C. ,
e Brooks made 13 hits as seventh and added two more in Boston at New Ydrok O -. a i's i B-ronti
Ilo collected four, adding a the eighth. Eddie Robinson hit Wir Fan 0 4. a -
r of doubles and a single to two Philadelphia homers to drivewth emy tncy I"sa. r 16
homer. He drove In three in three runs for the losers. Cass oESTERDAY'S RsULT Tuday o t Soo fom e out-
s and Hodges produced twoi as Michaels homered for the fourth Night Game Troops 47, f8 it-
picked up three hits. Philly run. Phila. 002 001 010-4 9 2 L.Madu C. 4itht. j d .
ilwaukee skidded behind the The Chicago White Box took Washington 001 000 33x-7 10 0 --- twof ,.b$lttelghed & sl We p od
ers as Warren Hacker of over second place by clubbi he Byrd (8-10), Misho and Mur-Onswt of. 135%W
Cuba to pped the Braves 7-3 2Detroit Tigers to the ground 14- ray Sto, on ( -5), Marroel-R rp .o
The Giants topped the Pi- Chicago pounded out 15 hits ra. t r a.tb Pa. S t iu e u ,ne"b r
tes 10-7 in 11 innings with including a grand slam homer bye* Detroit 200 010 001- n i r t. aid. "s'
e-run inningt finish climaxed Sam Mele intits victory over thee Chicago 2008 118 11x01-15 1el d a oV sech o th eara
,opt Irvin's homer which Tigers, who also got 15 hits. Garver, Welk (0-1),.Milier and diro i their oter.
t a final two-run gasp by Orestes Mifloso also batted In Bucha. Troeks (9-4),- Alomnia andi s 21OO1 0 ka a Y r
Hburgh. four runs and stole a base while Lollar, Wilson. Inf ... t i : 'o_
St. Louis lefty Wilmer Miell Jim Rivers stole two. 1T qT r -*ai bonIA r-T
bit obed two-hit ball to top Cin- wit Anxet to iti s I- Payers 1 I 2 25-fr W bom
ittnt-i i7-3 as Rio Repulski hit Yesterday's Star Monte Boston 001 010000-1 i e between these two c us .rattlf 5 1 ?0 2t butfMi
s third homer in two games Irvin, whei gtIt sam hmer New York 21000 00 x-4 10 0 Sndy ight. Barrh an Arthy 1 1 *
th two men aboard-and Ra t n the 11th naW g *v t Henry (1-1), He n, Flow ers set of al i 0 1 I
ablonski collected five of the 15 giants a 10-7 vity er and Wilber. MacDonald (5-3) nlightsa0m" at B a if
nard hits. Mizell rave up two Pittsburgh od x their and Berra. Sunday's amewill undbte0 I4 1
,.in the second inning with- *Inniflg streak t a f allies "
yielding a hit on a hit bat- Cleeland 3--St. Lous0 (N) c d i- --n Andeade 2 0 4 B i tf T
didn't. et bothered a gainY Y4 gSpcl Troop defeated the WOeYr 1 0 2
I Jim Greengroas hit his 14th BALBbsA NATIONAL LEAG1E B.IL& b 4-. This am umrapIW4 1 0 w 57 Zf
r in the ninth. It was Mi- n hA 43 6 e s t a. ..i.I
eid triumph.n sle in the Gou the -ir d urbll Pttkh 2 Bigt John Hey led peylroope
The Yanke toed the invited to atd thiam o with 11 o. the B
.ethey improved on the keen cnpettiam! ane kill. TODAY'S GAMES diuatkeehn R3ve2a ad n .". *.a' 3-
o 4-2 isth nlef runsive dnthe Thefe o b e Bnoadm-on New York at Pittbu 45 32h teach. Jintas Maiy wat ,l *
S. ed sx-hSth biallf r hl ; .chge Boklynat Phldela (N) 'man for the osere wth 1h m"rk-.gtovan 0 0 OO41 |0|U-| ,. lm .gi.. g l
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.. Indi rans dropped to third g_ awrmen at 7:00 New Y- orkD' ULT hey d fny pled up totheir ul.a I 1 11
ad trea ro0n strall naer nar here: "AnyOne und New York 10--Pittaburgh 7. k n .o wa c5Sablts as the ; .:. :^ a ms SVFW.li
to 20 s straight near my chicken ho3at niht roon 8-Phi. 4 44). trounced the a dlet C
L a oe in e r n t e game wiwill bbe found there te next Chicago 7-Milwaukee (M) Anor C tlle n "- w -n a .i *..
rn In fe in the moArR C an d Ainbr. k Air B t. Lou --Pittsinet urgh 27 (N) .325 the Amador t ai won handily T ift n
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Sunday night at the Panama featherwe ght e II
law 10Mi ust .Sr1te to whip Isidro M a t
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dlr th Eprester ven Bob tem fan firmea t verw be a hi p b mre an eight-seuui
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: ,Uf TI .H W ) n w .r.. (Tn B ..getso-o. f.udsuM az' is e 5-y Mtrdl N atiooa coAItre July 10d Sry
.. et yif.dea what gun rem ns. ar e .t sele Wacst e o te Clvpiot, rWho defends hi Sat the .a o- 1
.. hen .pw.r. oe175 of the ma9- e tram s an r, 5 tJunr lIo title here, had S a ae Cm that day th eltok Fl yer 1
((Ion's finest trapshooers call tieg e umier the d-fathe whA contended rl a Uer 1 j
.ptaIS itWr -lthn .w ran w Inl"e ,r pe. lli,. he ie on vles WoUld gat you If new o raid Pr tyalo npd "ola r
-" ,"p""n'ri ". ,ed a bill pour o rk I .1 compete in various .
'----' esury 1pfDavis, the gun e"- :,cc an ieldevents b NEa GsMES
lWr .. n .'e e'Foyel C
110:it.- PLV&-,O Ha thaer Moves ta.s caches o a Jully

i i!* r e l~ ~to ame_ we, ,improves the accuracy of a new sithe vllcbao and softball Norwe.
r o1iO0 0 K T--i isI.gA .iiks r v... ,- toco-. -e- -',-a. ....e n a k
t'l win r the in New. Nu a cat or communities. July 16: Spor Cola vs
.,,,""Trap'oi .ot Trph"ers are incurable. It Ool of the ionos Interestinb West o aubS,
h -mN.ment with ou e r, w con, open to old.. I.tered- h
s a.:l! I ,alpr l to tell'e on PU1Ft. ate a n jbr,0o1 -Iuts. Prim- La e L Senior.
an 4uiNe b e will beT to I winning by trippg AlbrookI 5

ii nr stat" he danqt amash clay birds events. the victors wtth a two
ai a 'D q a. SIM Carr alN I f o heist chews a wad of gum in The day will start with a flag- Caztreli went the z
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tied for first nee ou a handi-A
lca badsi as leaders in the 2,-
22o-mile Tiaps-Pacldc yacht TINT T ,WA", AMA, IL "P.
race to Honolulu paed one-
third of the rue dance. ,
SThe Altamar and Attorante p o

standeingsae hadi the 161-foott
ainee ahIIead 6f t he b 2-baot fleet.
Tucker McClure's. -feet
Panama-buill; Chiahlr ,
whieh film the b a r h-of -0
Balboa Yaht Club was sall O--u tA
ing fifth in handicap standW
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Race coordinator Thad Jones WA SHINOo July S ,UP) can make public or disclose to conflict," the oard said I
S radioed from the Coast Guard President Elenhbow aid it re wor es.
Escort YAaco y ustpday that yesterday the eovernmen aut MesuIts e gov slsenhower did not
the Altamar and Atterante the Amercante- l e the would ask ''
followed in hn a allee more -~ t.- so the be mand the law to Y.,thi, hm
by the Tasco, Nam M an on's powerful to ie .weapons. gaveh more dnuormation, 4pmd of mere Information..
qul, Adlos, Chubasco, L Apache, He told a news c onaEA- arlay about Russia' Bterlinz Cole R-N.Y.
Coquette, Dgiiggon, Dorade, mericam need mOere sIo e-pint0
Morning Stauiar, Falg and efme. atomic -age. I-.ou'"t o. aet
beam and the Ra breather. E senhower tr e ,- dai.gers that confront thm,
The Goodwill, With her enus moded ovslona of aN.ta athe poweraof.the enemy, the dif-
landicap, had increased her ene ,y w restrict aunt fl of rducn th at power Ze DoCk Af .
actual lead to a point 50 miles of tteormatlon ,hs govern) t and the probable dura n of" "
head ofd the ketch Morningt ai'n g :






.ones mostousandinsw omptarsStar, l older of the I elapsed. Ume *w I,,-f "- fI
record fr the race adhArm 1ey Br off'eS.O 3ssoaks 1teHour aIvBa n of th %Lezcaw






e wthteZn'oeen They re holding yea wi --e ,, c h cs f h
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Mt} Per Diem Brigade k t^ .

wasCheelr bSey th N TM.t. n ^ a| %W iS^^S9-:,
707 miles out, followed by the uprny eu Tat
Adios and the L'Apache.d fr
The handicap ratings by clas-
ses: A- Nam Sang, Adlos, Chou- :gn
busco, L'Apache, Draggon,
Goodwill, Morning Star. B-Al-
Lamar and Attortate tied for
first, Tasco, Chiriqul, Dorade,
Jade, SIlhouette. C-Coquette,
Stagehound, Holganza, Moon-
beam, Mistress and Primavera. f
The Coast Gtird cutter re-
.aported that a United Airlines
flight carrying 35 relatives of
those aboard the yachts passed
over the fleet yesterday and
SWIM STAR LEAVES Arlene Schmidt (right), one of the Ca- held radio conversations with
al.Zone's most outstanding swimming stars, leaves for the U.S. several of the boots.
%Umorrow to make her future home. She is shown in the above
Venture with the Zone's Joe Jenson. They are holding the cups
y won for sparking the victorious relay team in the 4th of,-
July meet at the Balboa Pool. M on

fper Diem Brigade rtoA erll Tpr. p

'GAO Checkers Set To Come, Faelu-re-Tor-opdaed
H. Ortiz, Panamanian Yesterday
was found guilty and fied $150
Bat Newman's Not In Charge andfaling to report
cident. Ortiz appeared before
0 qthe Balboa Maglstrate's Court
.The annual audit and opera- audit is required which entaIls yesterday afternoon after he
tional survey of the Panama an examination of operational was granted a continuance of .....f.. L ..
Canal Company and Canal Zone methods and procedures in ad- his case on July 3.1 A
Government by the General Ac- edition to a normal financial au- The accident involving Ort.-'s
lng office staff is sched- dit. car and that of Earl 0. Fina e c.
the first of the staff will arrive The first comprehensive au- Panama, occurred at the Inter-o pr
Monday on the 5.8. Pan- dit of the Panama Canal enter- aectiona of Tivol Avenue ant- Mha
independent audit of all required early two Dyear This Acofn Boulevard at the Ancon regular t
ent agencies and cor- year's audit is e pted to re- Post Office about 11 P. ini. June so heora a
by the General Ac- quire considerably teas Limit with 26. aviation y in r
g Office annually Is re- the revisAion and improvement Ortiz coming toward the a full day ef the frmer re d da.
by law. A comprehensive of Internal audit cortrols by the post office on Tivoll Avenue, Boren flew hal wa.arand the
Company ran smack Into Finnie's car met Jetuaip, ma dad 3'for 1

Thn under the directloi of Frederic Avenue coming from J Street to DALLAS, ex., u ,. .
H. Smith. Assistant Director of Ancon Boulevard. The lights on Branlu Interatioeal -h w.
Bthe Division oef Audits in the Ortiz's car were not on and he after a e. ck o ti e i 0t
Sas Bench GAO. r slee his present assign- -was traveling at a speed of 40 books, ba.cla
ment, in ao ileh he succeeds Wil- mph, it was testified In court, world records for-
liam Newman? Smith had been The occupants in Finnie's care aviation a I low t "g
ca o bt-In charge of tshe. AtomicO Energy escaped Injury but the passen- w .
f on charges of bat-Commisasion and.L During that ger in Ortiz's car was cut onred
i ibeted out today in assignment hb Wor ked with the forhead. The impact creat- Jrl
a1strate's Court. Ja- in H. Noble, Comptroller ed from the collision threw the ren,
Vincent N. Stultz, 41, of the p Canal Company, assenser against the right- for tbecarif..
Fine and Isabel Ba- who he e saine tion with and wind eldor tens .
'6 Spainlarid, was fined the AEC before joI rng the Ortiz drove away from the ac- or a
nal orgaulsationlast year. cident Into Panama but was 25th apaYsUM.
Joseph N. Scott, picked up by .. nama police ways land the 8a h.
sentence t h a d s inmmbers of the GAO about two hours later. He waseof oed
a chlarmg oay disurbn vt to e the Canal then taken to the Balboa Policefir, ,
1olaes and challenging before. Among th ese ar Pred Approxlmate damage to Fin- oder 100.
Studt, William Jafte, Theodore nie s car is estimated at $300 h .or-e.
law Kos"ykicrrz4 Motorney, J enBradf Me TOhten cnhn e n pa.d bh of a

gsp for not having any Those scheduled to arrive Att rneyrp or t rh a tde C astro hour s and 1
hoans of support, was next week are Studt. who will represented theot defeairo n hours behnd I-
a continuance until to- be In charge until the arrival of court. ..... lhr bn d
morning when he ap- Smith /leer th m gonth, Motor- T he/Br '

anian, was foineg $10 for are scheduled to arrive eon the an tar, 1. _ianda,
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