The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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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
lcc - Newspaper
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T, N marr0 P. O. Box 134. PANAMA. R. OP P.
TmLPHMONW 1 ANAMA NO. 2-0740 99 LINst)
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no sIx MONTMS. IN ADVANCE ------ 13 00
SOft OO YEAR. IM ADVANCE 2---50 24 00

l MeNll l* is n'dtpue fortm i for reedirs The Ponormn Amer-
i Ltere are received greteluly and are handled in a wholly conei-
dil l" manor. -t"des'ta ,. i.
It yeu cotribute a letter don't be impatient it doesn't appeorlthe
ait day. Letters *ea published li the order recevd.. ..
lase try to keep the lette limited to e0 pe 6 *ngth.
IdMwtity of latter wrtokn ihs heid i strictest confidence.
This newspaper essiua as responsibility for tatements as opinions
4 in letrsn from nrw s.
Sir: l '
We have been thinking for some time of writing this letter
as we have given our suggestions but they have never been even
thought of. They have listened to us but they still think that
the individuals concerned are the ones that are running the op-
eration and they alone are the persons tltt know what they are,
We have iA Clayton what is known ahs.he Service Club, it is
suppose to be a home away from home, DW I am afraid that we
would never would want to go back to homelike the Service Club.
Recently the Service Club underwent -change of directors.
It is beyond me and we are trying to find- ut what was the rea-
son for the change. The Service Club, wrheA Julie Malone was the
director, could easily be said the most enji6p hle place to go. She
always had a smile for everyone and everyotke was her buddy.
But now when you go into the club youi have to throw your
hat in for fear that you may not be welcome into the club. As
for-the activity at the club we can truthfully say there is none.
They may be trying to have some, but the# do not run it proper,.
ly. The reason is well known. The Individuals running the chip
co not know what they are doing.
Whoever hired them should be examined, as they are Adt
qualified for the job. If they were they would show it. ,
You-will walk into the club, and what do you see but empt#
chairs furniture that costs money and no one is using it. We
vbping been visiting the club for the past year and we can say
thtat within the last two weeks if they had over ten persons in
club in one evening outside of the dance night and coffee ho.r|,
they have had plenty.
On dance night, the attendance has dropped, their coftep
boWin also along with bingo, have shown a decrease.
Why don't they screen the command as wll as the civil'
git saee if they can find a qualified person. Is tier a regulator
-tataye that a civilian has to run the service tAl.V The clubiin
or, has a WAC running it and I am 4ure that a WAC if 4he
Mted can run the Clayton Club.
.' Father thing, why does It take two civilians to run the CMy-
t* Service Club? One of them I understand Is the supervisor.
W thea, she must be supervising only the Clayton Club as she
15: ll the time.
'Ibe Service Club is the soldiers' club, so let the soldiers have
-iday In the activity program. We know better tian anyone else
Wiat we want.
A peaien that has nevet been around the sal4jer will neyer
ftaW what they want, so what do. you say, let's have someinIn-
tlriMating and come out with a solution.' One bf them I am s I
Mr atwhen we go Into the Service Club we want some relaxato I
d~'not be jumped on by a the director. We are grown men lot
"i other thing is why doea the help at the-Service Club hiva
wear the uniform. Is it not bad enough -that we have to l(ol
at tae uniform all day and then go into the club and what do a
irO WACG in uniform. '
*atat ha happened to the shows that were presented o co
a m th? There very entertaining. o
theAy e try-ft to save money which issuppose to
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ever speak 0 them 'a "Junk
dealers" again. The oekli metal
industry -- If you 'ea n -
has now bec e that it
is being given an antitrust In-
vestigation by the dirl Trade
Commission. To be n gat
for alleged paonopuU ti prac-
tices is, of course a Barlk of
world.*: .
The TC case and report on
scrap metal trade Is now near
completion. The investigation
has been going on for nearly
two years.
It began. in the great 'f.ralo
shortage after the Korean war
broke out. It was baed on com-
plaints fron small iftrap dealers
that thy. were diectilinated
against through exclusive bly-
ing contracts which the big
steel mills make with a few
Specifically, what the federal
Trade Commission has been dig-
ging into- Is the chdaneling of
scrap-the route it follows from
pick up to ultimate purchase
by the steel mills.
nea ri 34 a cr .
At $40a -ton, thttl ivld a0 A
mount to over $1.3 w, wh h
ain't junk, that i., e.ap. I-
clude the copper, -ulasiuew s
aIend other nonferrous. crp,
and ifs a $2 billion ann a
business. .
The process by 1hkicrls
scrap gets from btk- yrdtor
cel Lr. t... J.eU4 l m ,M7or
some new adget Is oafwt as
complicated and fulI ooo
4a- gov ra tt .-oP
First there are the llectrs.
They are y they little fel-
lows, who buy It by tT17ound.
Then there are the pl 8arers
Wn whose' *adn the are
sorted, put in -heavy prses for
some typed, p. aheet and
baled, or seInbled 'IT'load
Finally t.4ere are the brokers.
A broker may run a yard on the
side-a,,a hedge for his telephone r
business. But mostly the broke a
buy from preparers and setl o1
the mills on monthly purclase
contracts. '
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The scrap Industry is maoel
up of about 2000 firms. fSoZe
1350 of thenm belong to t]a
Institute erap Iron a
Steel, whi the trade an-
sadcation -the industry.
It 11i4A. pi Wasinhtjn
Uit dgf widghich la 'the
hallmark of integrity in' scrap"
and 24 chapters, like a .frate-
Alty. The dues range irom $15
to $1220 a year. Ther% qre sev
firms in the top bracket who
'4) e ofe igb. ._,.., .
The story of Edwin C. Ber-
ringer, e.calttlya sice-president
of the Institute and its Waph-
imgton representative, is that
there is no monopoly in Nis
business. On the contrary, be
, us there is too much compe-
o. f a particularly vicious
t variety. Dealers quar-
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almost undoubtedly be a pruently bachelor Rp- to a ot. mor
resentUatA from Alhnm namid KWnneth .BW,- A buelaSg"
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lOKEgT 1~ hB ewohld'esmallest reaaMlor all the prote la tI
portable ^ Ml wide ETWhncbteslathbinck- .. Ally admitted, summer, at p age
Ys. w jork, -TW.';pVamaize receiver- the kingpin of Jawed HUet mi pa
I mail to be a woman's purse or tiietbeaat SW Luria p. s, man atehis tAde. ba t
edet af 5 la's suit. Thetqtire battery-powered set weighs unlelphia it ha And by tide, e'I trade.
less than one pound* d in cities for Hogan, becan'r tat JMst.
... --- .- n s. teel-making iwhV he's .t ood w -
*1- .0 g*s ROit to coast. in Jiiil
Answer to Previoug Puz UerEs cto and /I- w
:Find the Word ; .W I.* W N ers
_ _. ** W hgro .'of Luria Is one of 'lei0
S NTA she of of American busl- Boo ,OU A-Job Of
to. bekhe I Luria. a Russian the wtrs.
.AN. i"mnigrant, started the business I,
IBaffle -'6ariw on the business and book c
s hut !"Satan< finds in as a partner Max Slberman, rain, af
mischief f who married One of their sisters, make. ..mtb faIaos a
S--- haThis started the tradition hat Hoan not f wa the aritUh
I Wirts. I a man haUdto be born into the broke i talWi ent record for J1
SHigh Proportio'Luri fam or marry into it, eight stroke .
'th High ,". r Pprouests to be a ess in the scrapin- And he.hI

tatHadt. te- Inas At Wn- W present head of tie with L l
d ows Co pas poWt mou nt a fir s 'h el Claster, is a Dick- cange the las
bine, n College graduate a n d blasfn
K i 20 trble tr 4* lawyer whotJoined Luria as Its record for.
tie B .A m a counsel I n 1919. He is a past- Hogan's at Ca
B ti>ve t to ...'' L6 |erl In~~1 Dresident of the Institute R *iph had a]lrp9
I Alys o Noun47 u | E. Ablon, now president, is ex- tournaise
i', Brd's home 1 Droopln. '4 mannerr ecuteve vice-president of I rla ... .
deer 17 Peter -" 33 Serve 50 Vern uffix in New York. o
The tie-up of Luria contacts
h with some 25 of the big Steel
companies is one pf the sub-
B 5 ld of J-eets that har been under TC
investigation. Its purpose is to ..
l two | increase the flow of scrap : to
the mills.
SWhen PTC issues Its repot, It
e ti -" will be on thebasis of w aer
aythn cntrr to the public
interest in Involved In proont

any of the atmonopo laws
have been violated I ? a -
sue a -omplat1t, in t1
trade practices .be "
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"La GItL" (OGsy Marldi, for'
vi l a l,9imo; "Nil Try Sir,"
Wthe U&. & Infantry, his
Army sMIlJnment; "Av.3
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Huumorous Mnnk'
b ssongm
Kennedy retired form U. 8.
Government service on June 30
and with Mrs. Kennedy, the
former Mary L Pthton, execu-
tive director of the Olrl Scouts
In the C.Onal Zone, will sail
from CrltLobal bn July 31 aboard
the Ancon fdr New York.
The esaet s e for their future
home In the United States is as
yet undecided.
Kennedy will conduct three of
his own cempositions in Sun-
da y' concert, to make his last
puo apperanOe In Panama.

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1,LTA, Sh your curves. Choose from our sparkling new .
collection, in sizes 10-18 at 16.95 to 25.00. '
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Ten O Personnel Amazon Jungle Tomtas
Lue U arrive Monday Now Being Offered
A dioer of well-known Ca- The vast untamed jungle of
nai tiployes are scheduled to the Amaon Bkasin may some
r riur' th lstamus Monday on Icay become-iit -egutar stop an
t, r Cristobal, according to tourists' itinger ea, according to
toe advance passenger list trom information ,lvea out by the
tal aiama Line offices. local Raiagra office.
Arriving on the ship A Lima ra yel agency has set
V 17 de Julke-ie 1953 up a number.of tours into this
MoW will e ten personnel little known' region which
iropn tne General Accounting should appeal to adventure-lov-
01 ice in Washington., ing travel* tIn South America.
ner4 are 139 passenger for They range from four day visits
th* laSnmus on the ship. to Iquitos, commercial center of
'4he comp..te advance passing the jungle and last deep water
er Iat~oioows: port on the Amazon, to 10 and
har y Alpern; Mr. and Mrs. 12-day exturalsns on the head-
Ciarg e D. Bare and two chil- water tributaries on this great
I 8; Mias Edith Beauchamp; river.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Beck and The most complete trip de-
cuaugnter; Ariand M. enrry; parts Lima by tsiain for Cerro
Miss Victoria Blousk.; .'JL., I. de Pasco, the copper mining
Bowman, r. Mrs. Margaret S. center in the Adean highlands, I
Bre.mlett and daugiiwer; Ray- and continues by station wagon NO WHERE TO GO-Except for' espeljt aigred-ua i
burn L. Brians; Melvin L. to Tingo Maria, advance point railroad tracks don't penetrate the Iron Cutan. 'his
Br'nnen ian; and Mr. and Mrs. of civilization in the jungle what happens at the Curtain-you stop. Sometimes the
Waiiet U. Brown and son; which boasts a fine government just rip up a fragment of track t6o tp trains from movies Mrs, lred E. ,amp- hotel. From there it goes to the at other times they have abandoned great stretches oftr
bell; Stanley R. Chadd and river village of Pucaallpa, where | ..
son;-. -s. Ruth Cherry; Henry tourists board a picturesque
J. JUaicy; Mr. and Mrs. That- river steamer for four days
cheer'A. Clisbee; Miss Isabelle down thi UCayall River to Iqul-
SColla Miss Dorothy H. tos
coos; Miss Marguerite B. One of the, outstanding lea-
Coaer; Leslie W. Croft, Jr; tures of these tours is the
d Belle Cooper; and Mrs. tremendous variety of bird lifewi .-
MVwgo Curry; to be seen at every bend of the
river, where brightly colored
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. DeA tropical birds constantly flash
Iorous; Micha el E. DeSalvr o across the bot's oath.
Mrsl Frank Detwiler; Mr. and i
Mrs Bernard Devlin; Julius F.
EIlea; Miss Eleanor P. Duffy- Easy Payments
Mr.4and Mrs. Fred A. During
and, daughter; Miss Nora L.; WILLIMANTIC. Cinn (UPi-
Mr. Alexander Egudin and two Police trying to make the pay-
c hl ren; Mr. and Mrs: Bernard ment of parking tickets less
RllI*r;tnd Miss Evelyn FSerges; painful, have come up with a
and-Benjamis H. Friedman; new-type ticket that's actually
s Louise J. Guerin; Mrs. an eneviope. All the violator has
Wil4red Hall; Mrs. Mary IH to do is put a stamp on the self-
%:w. J. Loyd Harnish Jr.; addressed envelope and drop it Y
Mr. d Mrs. Benjamin seller; in the mailbox -with the $1
Mrs. Morton Henig, Mr. fine, of course.
Christ 0. Herman; .
1. Humphreys; Mrs. ---
H. umpltey; and Miss
el'I .I hnson; Mr. and :
ables R. Johnston; Mr. DRUMSTJO ko
lJack asplans Mr. ? nd shown by eane Stahmann, Jr., of Cres, NM. i Farm
a. Clarence W. Iilbey and Workqrs claim that the gooe can .pddle along the water and
d t r; Mr. and. Mrs. Harold ...tch ~i $.ead without$ sqpping. The -Stahmanns are raising
Miss L-lllan Larar; their *ad ai6 some 3n10,o of these "double duty" birds. They mV
w Mrs .ernard; Mr. Used __ boo hquda n weedingg cotton Aelds and then .old..
ftidMrs. William L. LewiS Mrs.
3,* link M.- Logan; and John
Lyc and.wd wife;
Sir. W. J. McConnel; Miss Mary
n1tc.n ; MMrs. Adelaid R. Ma-
ey; Ms. Lily Malca and four
n-;ren Mr. -and Mrs. Mai
off; a. Mars. R de Mar-
claq; UQh t1 .A. Mockus; andr
Ia. 0'! d. Moreno;
Ur W. k 8. Parme-
CtW? aM; Mr, and;

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ni, 1Iar# P. Roberts; Mis
is.-Joseph K.Roth- Whyf.. ,pet, deerd had-ehy
Mr and Mrs James. A. Russell 'of zsrf
Ab;or temporaryluZishnu? Tel
arn,,, Md Mrs. Abbe Sanger ,p oraryw f1bg Wn
and twO children; Mr. and Mrs. y h p
Sbsy, Leo Smith, m'- Ii t s ,i
-adMrs. R. Manson Smith; lEno as a speedy, gentle laxative. C
Mr. and Mrs. John Sopoligo; Cautios: useonlyasdirecated.'Buy at'
r. and Mrs. Arthur H. Spader; druggists today-sme how good it is!
ZIella Stewart; Dr. and 'Mrs. WnT tgE rA I
#Ward Stillwell: Miss Lea .
Wt7ong; and William M. Stun-
der. m m .
Mr. and .Mrs. Howard Thomp- L.LAXATIVI
son; Mr.and Mrs.. Philip S. *Nsihns CYCLOPS KITTEN?-Look carefully at the little kitten end.
atts; Mr. and Mrs. Bennett J. e 12_aM during up to its mother in Palexam Italy. It 4tq modern-day
Wnilliams; Mrs. Marjorie K. "Cyclops." a feline version of the andlent oUie-eyed man,
WoOdruff; and Mrs. Frances Named "Polyphemus," the kitten's one eye lls jpl perfectly in
aener. the center of its forthIg.I'.. .

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o li .bnus th m'rnin in Noreem,- to let another person complete-
by. iben"a. ly rule her own moods. That
ath of the she owes It to herself to keep
I3lOP 9 Na u.. e U. _tt rage in postwe1r 1People on an even keel even though
Sa .IWives play t irth candy e e doered as her husband can't seem to.
HehaClub-N.u10' monthly prim-t. o ys on while UerI sleeps Two. That she mustn't let
r. C 7- back.- her own happiness depend
aut 1 HOAbro -- co oImpletel on that of another
Mr.e atolo.n" Ab' person. That is always a mis-1
Mr, Mowi-1n oserious yte
AtW" on Paic- Civile take. But it s even more
.ir l $ Three. That %olng overly
IF do 2 sympathetic and always asking:
AK%% "What's the trIebll'"' Isn't. the
Ferelformait nd best way to deal with a moody
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ami-r. $20,000 mere for a moody husband just
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Any mafn ho can handle that situation with the
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Is the man for us!

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Lewis Service
No. 4 Tlvull Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

FOR SALE.-Frigidaire 9 It. fC cycle
porcelain. perfect condlitn, $125.
Phone 4-144 Cocoli. 2724
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Ask About Our
"Bozar Americono"
Panama & Colon
FOR SALE:-Porch set. Glider, glider
choir and two enameled porch
tables, $30.00, wicker set. 2 chairs
and a table. $25 00 Steel desk.
mahogany dining table
table, two lamps mahoganv base
House 356. Apt. 6, Ancon. 2-4175
after 4-30 p m
FOR SALE.-25 esle 9 cu. ft West-
inghouse refrigerator. 25 cycle
RCA mangle. 25 De Luxe Maotag
washer. 1.4 H.P Maytog motor 25
cycle Plywood bookcase 2 Knick
Knack stands. Venetian blinds for
4 family house, type 217. 1582-
B. Calobash St.
FOR SALE-9 cu. ft porcelain West-
i inghouse refrigerator. $100.00.
1573-J. Govilan Road
iR SALE 6 oak straight chairs
f loom rubber seat, Q. M sideboard.
Innprspring. mahogany double bed.
3 f:c. livingroom suite, plastic up-
Sholstery. Quick sole, leaving zone
: House 2108-A, Curundu. Phone
FOR SALE--Refrigerator 9'; Wash-
ing Machine; troner: Vacuum
Cleaner, all 25 cycles.; Venetian
Blinds for duplex ; Mahogany
Table Top, Workbench and vise;
Craftsman Band Saw; Grinding
Motor. Bicycle; Misc household
items and tools 215-A. Ancon, 2-
2-2809 after 4
FOR SALE -Louvres for duplex type
house. Coll 6-419. House 101-B
FOR SALE -9 fi. 25 cycle Coldspot
refrigerator. Excellent condition
$75.p0. 1483-A. Dorhman St Bal-
b.SvALE: --_ All.porcelain General
-Electric r.frgerotor $100.00- Easy
roller washing machine $50 00.
Imitation bamboo,. lhvngroom set
$120.00. iouse 711, apartment A
. San Potblo 5tl..Iboa. "
.iOR SALLE-Gru& jug 9x12. 2 todt
lamps almost new, drop leaf table
quartermaster diningroom table
Saj.crlermoster couch. Balboa 2-
FOR C ALE:-China closet, 4 green
bamtp sdreensa.Combination desk
staora% and bookcase' de:k. All
itern' can be seen Monday thru
Friday 4:30 to 7.00 cnd Sat alor
day at 1573-F Gavilan Road, Bal-
FOR SALE:-Solid mahogany ining-
room suite consisting of table onr'
6 chairs. buffet, corner cupboard
and curved gloss crystal cabinet
$175. Also 60 cycle Westinghouse
automatic washing machine, dress-
ing table. mirror and bench. 1948
Buick Super 4 door sedan in ex-
cellent condcit.on. $1.000. 556-
A, Curundu Heights. Tel 83-5192
FOR SALE:-Mahogany dining set
$98.00; 18 x 48 table $10.00; 2
Kitchen chairs; mirror $1 50; travy-
eling bog; small tools, Odds and
Ends. House 2386-D, Cocoli, tel-
ephone 2-1681.
4OR SALE--Studio bed. gas range.
Servel refrigerator. Phone Panama
-. -401 3.
FOR SALE: Diningroom set. ma-
hogany $75.00; sitting room set
S75 00: two pair mahogany end
table $15 per pair: one mahogany
coffee table, $35 00; 3i bed com-
plete, $15.00. Dresser. $15 00
One kitchen cabinet. $1000. See
at 2113-D, 5th. Curundu.
POR SALE:-25 cycle Westinghouse
refrigerator, automatic defrosting.
Only 4 2' months old, like new,
$27$.00. 25 cycle Generoir Electric
wasling machine. Good working
condition, $45.00. Three 25 Cyl.
EJe Wic Clocks $6.00, 2 Radios 25
.o Cy,'Misc. articles, 2-3338
7f0 SALE--Furniture, metal: dres-
s, chifforobe. bed springs. Beau-
marottress, Mis c iterns. 2229-
, C. Curundu. Telephone Clayton

i;-30 LE:-Old piano, needs retun-
S end repainting. Can be seen at
Cdobil Yoht Club 3-1983
r i no questions asked.
:.'-- BBd, mattress. spring
l 'wisc. gloassware. No. 17.
Sar'*. Martin. Tel. Panama 3-

oat & Motors
9t LE :-22 foot fishing cruiser
P, Willys sea ieep motor.
t condition. Sleeps two. Call
Bai,. Balboa Yacht Club, 2693
+ lmf 2-2341.
Ajtewca couple would like
s tr hoshre pleasures and
.f- recently rebuilt and
t|glted 34 foot cruiser. 104
te" marine gas n-
B^^SS'" S ing" cholr, out-

No. 12,179 Central Ave. Coi6a

Via Espafi. In. 14 -- PPn it R. P.
(Bella VWls TbhWt MUi 3

Agencia Internacioal de PiIcclones
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone lB

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Automobile Do* emu i*e i nklet 'Pob--lei. Foster's CottagoS. One mil-e eOeAL
Wite _hsis_ WelB o ri oea Santa Clara. Phone Balboa 2-."""
FOR SALE: Hillman c..C vv ble o mS'es. Zc. Z Automobiles
'52. Financing possible & C "Ic "-.. lloms' St Clama m, ke,
Coupe .49 .both duty free. Sail- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. 2 bedrooms. re .-roI0 rbe
ing 3-1773. J Cnrrl Avenue 'K" Street car- roriges. Iulboa 0 ect
FOR SALE-1949 Buick Rood Master n r Te phone 2-3479. Panama wek-en Automobile ROW
2-door with lots of power. Torpedq Ask About Our ;ramlmih -- ahia Clon., A WOO-, W-W tires and spot- THRE STRIKES tas. Electric ,ceboxes, ts NO 16
lightf. Smoot y H. nni.utt S. A. CNrIST,.'AS CLUB moderate rtes. PTedroM 44
16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. 800. "Bozar / mercano mboa, 4-56. Pedro M
Colon. Panama & Colon Phillips. Oceanside cottages, Santa
FOR SALE 1938 Chevrolet '2 rTn DP WENDEHAKE. Medical Cl.nic Clara. Box 435, Balboo. PhCne
Pick up. Good tires c.nd rurnngj Lcntrol Ae. K" Street Co.ner Panama m3-1877, Cristobol .1673.
condition 0765-B. W.llaI.mson Telcphone 2.3479, Panama. FO YOUR LOCAL LEAV:'TS
nt .atrane OfR|^O YOE-.9M -SOBI_- .
Place. Balboa. &Ouro ange of Atom Bob o. PANAM NT I4N
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick converile : :. 2 bedroom. each with -i Bequate the vey I
new t ne:,w poin, w-w tire:, em- 000 P2 gc d land IW build to spring pre. Chof .l1d 1,8. FOR SALE-- 1930 Buirck super
,top, Upoint. e0 eiI rec bdon.
cellent mechanical -.nd.tion. o order for 00 0. P. O.Box. ligh.. .m c t 14 Studebaker Convertible
anteed. Smoot y Hunnicutt S A.' 1I 4 ...C. ` Z.fitir cu e1 1949Studebakronve'rtible C
nth.e St. C ntrl Ave. 800 hour, meeting service 1 ti6rt 1950 Nash 4 door sedan.
Colon. onr. eq t a., T 00-" by "- W
Col. FO___ R SALE highway.
FOR SALE: Automobile 46 No.hou d Complete canl e mp i llm
Sedan, leather upholstery, g.:oc eeantOUS Ideal pin of lFle-r
tires, fog lights $375.00. Phone Ask /.bout Our Flirtla eocomo d* N E
3-2591 house 44 New Cr.-tobal. THREE STRIKES FAemos cui-lme
UHE AttSIa tive er-lem..
FOR SALEt-1949 Hudson 4-oor CHRISTMAS CLUB Retfet 'mls ihlded5 m
Sedan, like new. EBaqtfal interior Bazar Arreri:an"o CHV. "
end redikasqut Ie sem ,e *p- Ponoma & Colon -1, 1 CHEVROLET
preciolle. Mihalth A. AAQUARISTS: Fre.h Brine Roel without lmu eah I aae I C K
161th. esitral Arve. TAl. 800 Shrimp.. direct from UA. ACUA- $2.50 dally. L 0 I
Colon. .. RIO TROPICAL. 55 Via Esp-ia. Faalipy rtes for longer Osg. 0 IIUBt.
FOR SALE-Pick-p ,4 Ton capacity Daoly 0 7 Sundays 8-1 m. Tel Wire reservation .
New Point.' .Nw Tires. Very good ,3-5411 H Hetel Penmomutf eK eq" u
condaton FOR ALE OR TRDE 1939 four FOR RENT
SAUTOS E~l~~A. (p~ Mercury Sedan. go:d ccnd,- .
Next to Ca l rZ.7nan lion $15000 7 12 HP Scott At-
Tel. 22 t; : water Outboard motor, exce'lerit H -
FOR SAL.ddr cond.t on. $100.00 Will trade bo;h FOR RENT:-Furished houein Car-
out w for 10 to 15 HP Johnsn or Evin- rasquila facing gol course. 2 bed- OR SALE;-.1950 DeSoto Ssrtmeon
Chevro 6 u or sedon. en b- rude outboard motor Call Fort rooms. Informatiort telephone -. 1951 Ford 8 Cyle 4 door seder
seen o.t lcon Embas.y. Sealed Gulick 88-2-15 or E8-252 709. 1951 Chevrolet 4 door sdaft power
bids until 12 ncon, Ju. FOR SALE -F II length and scloave FOR RENT:--Furnhed residence i de
24. ..... mukrat cuat Con be seen at 4th Bella Vista. Coll Venezuela N 7.
FOR S3i vrolet 2-door of July ,I.O. 19 Four bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, hot "
sedan, iIj Yr.{ower Glide. exc'l- FOR SALE- 5 retread. ti es opd water, maid's quarters. Infq&n-
lent -Ii, fuly equipped., bes. 820 x 15 Never been usd lion telephone 3-0709.
Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. $15 00 each. AlPo one J g Sow FOR RENT:-3 BedrOom House ebeE-
Centrel Ave. Phone 800 Colon. 2" wth m r nd ond, $5.- Bedroom House
S 2 wi motor and sand 55. pletely furnished in -Bella Vi,.t to
FOR SALE -1949 Chevroer 2 dco 00 Phone Balboa 3708 or hoesl American family. Call PanO ar '
I/l DetLuxe bargain: t .",1 0954. Amnodor Road. 1269 for information. C 0 LE T
000 06 146 -D, Balboa Phone' FOR SALE: Collins' V F0. -- C0..... ILE I
2-4153.R L l s F
2-41 o3. w I onal MH R 0- 50 T and Hormr- i T 0
FOR SALE.:-1949 Ford Coupe.-with lund 129 X Availoable at Goar, FOR RENT I -L O'| -
radio, for only $903.00. Excellet Caoino. Central Avenue 291. 1
mechanical s nditior. Smeot y FOR SALE:-Le Ro, Light Plant. 25, Apartienl 1 .
HNmnicuit S. A. 16th. St. Ceptmell 000 W- sti. Almost r.w Perlict FOR ET b
Ave. TL 80 .len, rin. FC ,Rp p Ighting 500 olFR'fnt in u t / dr fu
80I SALE.-1952 Cadilac 62. y, O Wors 5bs. Mary Sal,Av #s
000 miles. Six 1952 F-d Smal 4 AUTrk S ElSENMAN 7364A. 't0l 2-2"41 ~.QU;
busses. F.3 and F 4. No. 7 Peru Next to Coca Cola Plant ----- "-
Avenue Tel 2-2616 2-4966Panam.TTENTIOM I. iit:.7 -
-TePu-- nm. Just built, 4 hot, cold water, ona two 40 ALL".LVI A'rd 2 dear sel
FOR SALE--19515- Plynouth 4-door FOR industrial Weld- three-becrAom furnl.hed apart t S 2yl.
sedan. Will sell cheap or trade for *' .Ma chti, equipped with West-,Calf Pohma o3-4941. 194 Buick 1su1pr lynaflow 4 dB k
convertible. Call Balboao 2333. ngoue irartoe, 4 Amps. O RENT:.'-.Two bedo .m furnish
FOR SALE-1947 BE isc 4-door 5 aE' ed opwrtent injesidental.jseclf l. i
new tire. redi," ond seet covers. NefWt.I Coca Cola Plant Call telephone 2-2395 from-9- tO ,
very good condition. Smoot y Hun- Tel. 2-26r6 -- 2-4966, Ponami. 12 a. m.
nicutt S. A. 16*i St. Central Ave. F -Tar- F"- -. -
Tel. 800, Cel6n. rFCR SALE:-Air Compressor Worth- OR RENT: apartment,
--- I ngton io with AH. P Me- Iwvir9.m,: irn 3om.
FOR SALE: 1952 HI'mon Minx tnAr "L L17=. o b-f"i l O in, : AR1E
convertible In perfect ccn .on. AUTC- EISENMA formatlbn phone 3-3318. '. ."
W S W tires d u ty p a id C n b-x "". -.
W- .-W ties du p i.,n be Next to Coca Co a Plant FOR RENT-One bedroom unfurrih.
seen at qorage C no. No e Te 2-2616 2-4966. Panama. aed modern apartment. 168 Via Be- FO.R. q 9 4 a 4 dear '
Central Xwenue after 6 p m Tel- .. .... .. lisrWo Porra .
phone 3-4027 P .lis _ro P.rra.s. anama. FOR SALE FOR : Modern r ts sedS
FOR SALE-WILLYS Jeep 1945. New Molnorevelea apartment, orn unfurnho d for '...
Paint. New Tires. Motor in ver.. office, clini ..or s drIce.'",.Ph .
good condition. FOR SALEF-Salsbury motor scooter 3-1773.
AUTOS EISEMAN i. e new condition. Enane modi- FOR RENT:-Cool odern apartmint ,
Next to Coco Cola P:onl led for greater poi Will c'uise three bedroom, two bathroom .
Tel. 2-2616 2-4966. Para.omA. at 50 MPH Call Albrock 86- kitchen, mld's room and bath, .E'. .
FOR SALE.-1948 Buick convertbbit -7222, ocnoon porches, livingroom. diningroom .
Dynaflow. Excellent co d lion. f r garage, laundry, yard etc. Corn. .
tires. $895.00. Call Panama 3- Helnp Wonfed p,.ely screened, with hot water. -- ,0 1.
0427 etc. Located In Belle Vista. Rent let 4 ,5S e
WANTED.-Experienced cook. Colle B.135.00. Phone Panama 2-0027 2 .
FOk SALE OR TRADE -1941 Mer- Urugur'/ No 20 or 3-0763. -" ,
cury. nice running. good motor .r r -- ''
good tires, new paint. 5325 00 WANTED--Exerenced mad to work
cash or terms. See Geo go 143 in home of single person. Good A
Central Avenue Apt 5 op floor reference: Good salary Appiy
Muebleria FuroaPea Panama 77
FOR SALE -1949 Mercury, 2 dqpr IENID. apply Arbcx Bldg.. 5th and
radio During office hours tall tl Front Sts.. Apt 6. Colon
Dablo, after 6 p m. and eocnbe person to take care of CHRI It 1952 OW leS W
$325 00down. youngg child. alo a cdok Arbox '"B"or 4
___ I Bldg. 5th. and Front St Apt. 6 1 4 &w,:ude&
FOR SALE.--1940 Buick Duty Pad Colon n_____ M r *
Newly Ducco. 545000 House 281 L WANTED: Portable Sn Swing ....
L Gamboa. Machine, Call jPnI.oa;2-10712 w
FOR SALE-1948 Cl vro'et e t 37
line De Luxe. 4 Door Sedan. Radio I Real ERtat e wAfo-W t-I-dwd- e f- o. ,
Seat Cqvers._Very good Tfros ltw o f iollgri I rulrea bfralufih
Seat Ce. Vey ood FORSALE.-2 bedrom chaet, wo d
1947 Chevrolet Fleetlne De Luxe 41 bathrooms. Ivingroom. dningroom roms and .
door Sedan. radio, seat covers. New Qoroae. porch for laundering. No grooms and oide
tires. 86 Ernesto T Lefevre Av:nue manager El Ca 1re sid"c gWg. W 'o '19
1 .Prnue Lefv Fr8 Sedanette. Tu n re. For ntormatcn Rental5 pr iodI
Tone Green. New Paint. New Tires. 1028-- warning of wi Wa
Plastic Upholstering. Radio Heater I SALE -Finquita 2 miles out of Wven rie ll' 0.
1948 Plymouth De Luxe 4 door se-I Lt Chorrera artle wh ofe o ttage. Nd 8_ofl an__d ,MI ....
orn. Radio kNew Tires. Seat Covers for Model Farmn
Color:black. a'nd'. Chicken Ra.'ing Wite B-x I l.
1949 Ford C.stom De Luxe. Radio Panoma. R P. or phone 2- .
Seat Covers. Seat Ccvers 'J'5 Oter sIx pm
1950 Oldsmobile "98' 4 door S'don '
*Hy r'Atic. Radio New Tires. Co- "TOR'WSH'ES-
1950 Pontlac "6" 4 door Sedan Ra- ES Service -Parfe J,,w,
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meet In a cealleng of st r gth In Landshut. Ba varia. The medieval tourney is pert the
thentle eoler which recaptures histbty as the city celebrates its festival "Landshuti Ro al WedMIN
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S'Fair Play' hides

MOV In Anl-Rod'l r s
by Erskine Johnson The House Un-American Activi-
S- ties Committee azrebt yesterday
to give persons accused Of com-
HiLLYWOOD (NEAI Excln- downright bad girl aft In Wu- munism a chance to reply.
livefYours: Fiction has a slip- lin Productions' *Duel I the Simultaneously, Sen. Paul H.
pr ".ay of replacing fact in Jungle." to be filmed IrM ca Douglas (D-Ill.) proposed that
Maov story tell ng. "For drama- and London, and she's "pl ed Congress adept 10 rule of 'fair
ti pac,'" screenwriters ex- to prove that I can handle id, play" to govern its Investigating
pnii~, colorful at the" lsk committees.
u now it's fact becoming fic- of losing a -reat fan following." Douglas suggested the fair play
tl a new film biography. Argues Teanne: "I've been cute regulations I a senate speech
t ra biography is Audle Mur- long enourh. I can't takes a strongly defending the right of stok
Dh9Tbased on his book, "To Hell chance oribeing forced to'wlay legislative investigations but
and Back." Facts are becoming somebody'% daughter agai- 1'm calling for reforms In committee
fiction in the screenplay's corn- not anodler Mae West. bu I en practices.
bat sequences for an eyebrow- I'm not f washok-face alail Chairmin Harold H. Velde (A-
lifting reason-moviegoers just. type peop think I am i ll.i of the House Un-American
wouldn't believe what really -- activities Committee, disclosed
hppened! that persons named by witness-
ppene Rand&-J'rooks and Ben Pettl. es as past or present Communists
Wynn. who was former Iho lat 4.Wll Rogers' children will be notified by mail and given
a rl Donna Lee Hclkev un- how to l, are introducing a a-chance to reply.
t mbla persuaded her to Holilvhw' eastern show to the He told newsmen this was the
t be her name to the charac- .umjmer6tte fari circuit.... I only change in a codification of i
t e plays in "The Caine Mu- B. De..I!l beaming over tfe rules and procedures approved E
has a big Las Vegas power latest borofflce gures on "'The by the full committee and pub-
ring if he's lost his sweetie Greatest Show on iarth." A $14,- lashed in booklet form today.
t a career. 000000 gross to ate in U8.A. Under the revision, Velde said,
,, --- registered letters will be sent to
N-llvwood talking about the Latef*tmmer a toik fruits: persons named In sworn teAti-
"ling feud between Ann Sheri- Joanne Dlru and Joh it d in money Inviting them to appear .
*n and Glenn Ford a few nights.-Laura," and Evelyn "I before the committee to "answer '
back was pop-eyed when the TV Am a Camera." ... t's the allegations."
et flashed: next western. "Seven ~3a n." A House rules subcommittee K-e ,
"Ford Theater Presents Ann is based on the careeS f the continued public hearings to de- .
Sberidan." Reno Brothers who terrorized termine whether the House li
the midwest while the James should adopt a new "code" of .*
LTicL-ev Rooney and his Elaine: boys were playing with. cap pis- procedure to govern, its commit-
dcii' the stork rumors First tools. tees In their handling of wit-
filn' of the earth lookmn, like nesses. -
a 'globe will b seen in "Riders WANTS SHIRT ON Most of the rules suggested by
t4 '4e Stars.". It's actual V-2! Douglas were aimed aX prevent- WINGS AROUND Ma--The sun o tnr sets on ti
et camera footed taken 150 Anter bee ke boy wants ing undue damage. to personal S bT k he va Fsglobal next
ites up in the stratosphere, to keep his shirt n reputations or perhaps who come cargo-carrying branch e6 e seen in the m From Ti
Si Richa rd. J thp-bare- before investigating cod~mitts. is only 7% hours to KOsgeow, and many MAS bases in
ANNE GETS JEW PART chested IMbsfn|sa Tt I 8- "These commlt"e6 are in fact MATS bases are bmberbases. was for
tle Pheb." admits he stepped up fast becoming legislativf courts," ca' ar with the .erlt 'Aft. Every bo f eve day
The idea of J3anne Crain play- 'fn cl5tiut working with Sh*r- Douglas said, .t man" a a tlht E ,BBu alst
ra wanton wench may not sit lev POtnh -and Burt Lancaster~Jn "At present the committees are
11 with the fans who have been the film but now; ,, in effect given a wide hunting
inq a halo over the Crpin pog- "I'd ,like ton keep my shirt n license and allowed 0o cruise at
-for 10 years. But Jeanne's and prose t at Jnm a&.0rl9 large without any restraint as to H Rn i IT'S S6
iting them to come along with ae.or." I rules of evidence, questioning, orP r
or find themselves a new i c t the making of public stat-
I Richprd Burton tells n ments." 0
se's about to play her first ,,rosprlan.prn Sir Alexa r The Illinois senator proposed CYne s Ubj Hiam
t-o-h er" Korda. whn dtiUl'peka with n giving persons charged with of- T li.
I. oc.. cent thpt. makes hht so d senses or subjected to derQgato- For Lib |l.. B AL 2 0 A
Aik Drknramc 'tlie Pmale 'Za a hGabor. W W n ry comment the "limited right" W e GTON lv 17 (UP) ie
dio Programs ,- od :lp:dhm o F'" 6 Whr o r1
Korda loaned him to FOx for',Y to croad-e.amLne the ccuser and AS Aaer 1311 -; 176rti ) Ae-
CL'on Raebel," he prom d said witnesses should have right -America, for Denocra nAc-
H O ,0 4 Burton rtuleted script be re to coulseL Jo.h R. Mt Carthy lrin *LO IS.
I G -84 0 "II r/ he ed Y n the ea lb uit," against i4 7:4
U of salllr.. s' ,rorl~. th e t.suing reprints of a Benate -..
,i Co nity Stati i en committee report critical fte EDO U
SY Co yStation cl.e th nderlng into Kord'll s "ay U-W5msconainRepublican.:PD O SMIG
won' et on t -boat ..I.. ADA, aUllbrkl- Independent
Presents i w t unees I l ,iftr_ "p politteal goup,. was one of four A. .
Ronuresenses e organize oa&'whicht. mAr-
1 1 00,000 pople Me e ado eept. ,,t .. A t
*hot'w kthreatepd pwith- Iopi bl4
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a. -.Friday, July 17 wou reetor ir irt 7 or'To action for reprintin the Teport.
Today. Friday, July 17 reept of 'ThFr Fer -ath Krman wrote ADA, the New .
lnery the vm'.', .0,W u .,, ;.J .,, 64BS d.Dren 4A TJr'N 17 "UP)t e-Presin N York, and Bren
. .. ... 1 t i T et.--a ao eJwt i. m o v e d S o u t h to t w *o s, N e w Y o r k a n d W a s h-
4':h3-Music for uridav sSa,* -aTennessee Valley.Autho- fion booksellers, that tbo ,4"-
S-3-Music Without Words ...ity economist told Methodist uor is "in no way privilepd,"
4:5_-C.esa vnLoa T ,riet :i l church leader here tonight. l.-mai.j term for l -', .6' .t *'4




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6:30-The Record Shop
7:00-Lowell Thomas
7:15-Radio Varieties, U.S.A.
7;30-Report from the United
States (VOAI
8:00-Request Salon
8:45-Commentary' on World
9:00-Stoly. U.S.A IVOAi
9:30-Lonoon Studio Concerts
10:00-Time for Music (BBC'
10:30-Ad ven tures of P C. 49
11:00-The Owl's Nest
1:00 a.m.--Sign Off
Tomorrow, Satuprday, July 18
k :00-Sign On The Alarm,
Clock Club
7:05-The Alarm Clock Club
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30-Jazs Salon
8: -15-Strictly Instrumental
t. 1:30-Life in the Middle Ages
:15-Women's World (VOA)
: 30-As I See It
:05--Off the Record
B.-1U50--Off the Record (contd.)
Meet the Band

New Tune Time
popular Music
The Personality Parade
he David Rose Show
Through the Sports Glass
15-A Date for Dancing
180-Afternoon Melodies
S .4 -Battle of the Bands
00-American Band Concert
SilS-The Little Show
J:3O-A Meeting of the Minds
Si:4--Musical interlude
4:06-Music for Saturday
4:30-What's Your Favorite
1:35-What's Your Favorite
4:00-American Viewpoints'
8:30-To be announced
T:0 .-Parit Star Time (RDF)
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:00.-Masterworks from France
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i. P0--ere Comes Louis Jordan
8:41-CVommentary on World
9 :-l-aur Hit Parade
0:3--The Cavalcade of Amerl-
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cose face? Well, don' t looks
foot you& He is -gt. David ..'
Bleak, of Shelley, Ida., a tnedl&.
who received the Congressional,
Medal of Honor for heroism in
Korea. All Bleak did was leap
into an- *a 9a ,t'nah ra nhiu"
three Reds in' hand-tlTAfWt
combat, as he attempted to me-
cue a wounded buddy. Then
carrying the wounded G.I. down
a hill, wbtle wounded hiamsd
the 250-poupd leak stopped a
bayonet attack by two enemy
soldiers by bashing their heads
together with his bare hands.

ning is undoubted
ignizicant econou
now under way
TRwchief ins
lstat Di. Stefan

Robock, said. Senate nor any full committee
Robock, of Knoxville. Tenn., approved It. 0 P EN I N G
was' the opening speaker at a n 1 M O W :!
co ta ttjaM theti *,0 9 r i.jea tMoieT M
officer and counselors of the SYRA E, N. Y. (UP) ,-.
Methodlt young adult fellow- Problems of Syracuse taxi drivers -**'
snips from Sputhern and East- have been capped by a city ordi-
em states meeting at the Meth- nance. Cabbles, the police de-
odist summer assembly here. apartment announced. must wear Th
"The industrialization trend a gray uniform cap that must
in the South is unique ... be- be approved by Police Chief John
cause the shift from agriculture O Kinney. A cabby must tip his
to indtusfty hs lagged .by abbut hat to the rule or face a fine as
four decades behind the similar high as $50, a 3~-dav jail sen-
trend in the rest of the nation," tence, or poss of his licenses.
Robock said.
As a. apurc of regional in- I the South followed by um-
come, maridfacturing now ac-er, food processing, wearing '*
counts ofor about 20 per cent of apparel d chemical plants.
the total income In the South e ladustr al pat
compared to 13 per cent for TheAndustrial growth of the
copartSed South Ia not primarily the re-
agricultu One third dei- suilt of Northern firms pulling
ed fi'dm tr6dd, and servqch etl- 0 akes'and, moving South"'
vities, he said, and the final bcock said. "The ing oeau
third comes primarily from gov- demands of World War II stim-
ernment payrolls, including old ulated epansion between the
baee o anv aand tern 8oth's markets were growing
The South now has an aver- able raw mae Is and labor
age of 77 manufacturing work- an
era per 1,000 persons, compared wore grater.

every 1,00, the economist said.
Textiles account for nearly one- '
thid of all factory employment




Takjs great p.asure in announcing the showing' o
3-Dimension picture ith extensive' xperuments'
are able to perform this achievement, which very f
theatres in the world have accomplished.

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Tw World to in and a-
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United States Mome Sit. ee
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lightness and relllepne, cork Is
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whicb Is practice oly for food
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pThned laur s sthorgmedst arte tsh edu e dim anrer aos pomrht iadAh,- i
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wapin l p tn hbame a n-ho mr a onu terihs u dofd as a hchane sLdosMaI .

Itarter ild tho e e sa pre-o be aln r edo to i a sputes a n l I i a=n he r "y* bl ... i, .
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toe4 afternoon t ao y Iwutan anim RaceTal. Ranal r c.r S tI
sutante dividen i im2 r esivl las we.ek wl!a *nlyd oast weeP 0 |'J "1
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ret i or ri oget e: o s aoraa wAyns pintbotot.hrie.

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BERLIN, July 17 (UP) New .
strikes and slowdowns were re-
ported in the Soviet zone today
as the revolt of workers against
Red rule entered its second
month and unconfirmed reports
said the Soviets were moving I
tanks into East Berlin.
Refugees said more than 10,000
Workers at the Buna synthetic
rubber plant in Merseburg walk-
ed off the job yesterday. Work-
ers at the nearby Leuna chemical
works also were reported out.
Strikes and slowdowns in I
mailler factories were reported
In widely separated areas and
according to reports workers a
throughout East Germany are
refusing to pay dues to the
Communist trade union.
Instead they are driving the
loonev to families of men ar- b
listed by as rebels.
Reports that the Red Army is
moving heavy reinforcements of y
t'nks and troops into East Ber-
in swept West Berlin today.
West Berlin police said. how- -
GVr. thev bel e v e d the new' -t
forces might be replacing those THE BATTLE OF BUITTER SPREADS -- Hordes of rI," rmm' it
already on duty. Berlin for a chance to buy cut-rate food at the outdootrto Mh
There wai some suspicion President Elsenhower's offer to send food to thedo
ae planted the rumors of re-- tie of butter between Eaqt and West contftues. .k.
terements. so they wpald be ..
proved untrue later and would through their office German- '. ...- "
credit West r ea nlan ta" newspapers for talk on
of information. un t between Wet and est
No tanks were visible in the German& sleinf it tal_ is a
f r of East Berlin. in the rtov- nabelleV a-onlythe 34 l ir
a ent quarter or in 8 t aItIn powers cane ng t about h agrm-
Avenue, the tinder box of the ment.
Tene 17 revolt. The Taegliche Rundeshau in
The o viets called today a front-page editorial also eall-
ed for postponement of West
German elections wb as*
scheduled for early Se
i oe cl The n e enca
00 Communiqt-run Soviet
emsencnnr.ent's appeal for,-
Judgw 's pench zn teen : ast Germany n
Allied officials here saw in the
'Two Panamanlans offenders Rundschau editorial an indiae-
ith long records of traffic vio- tion the Soviet UWon woald pres-
Mtton. were fined $10 each this ent demands for nostponeent
morning in Balboa Maglstrate's of the Sept d.electians nd ad-
Court for violating traffic regu- VOCate East-West German talks
lations. In its reply to the Western Allied
Ferdinand F. Marc, 27, was fin- foreign ministers' invitation to
e for stopping the bus he was hold a four-Power conference on
driving on La Boca Road more Germany and Austria thr eqd of
tha& six inches from the curb. September.
Twenty-five-year-old Theodore The authoritative newspaper in
8. Anderson paid a fine for Pass- an editorial headed "Germans at
I ng another vehicle on Gaillard the C o n fer ence Table"said
S 1tihway in a "no passing" zone. Chancellor Konrad Adenaugr

SOtave enX omsi on Tivoli rat petoge an sTH- 1'eglt G. 1 an '
2, 5 mob speed zone. Ae locin
A $10 fine was meted out to -- .. M Te1
laquel R. Quevedo. 24, for driv- T eeeo en -e mo-*l w..u THUN -rmug (lent) and
San automobile on Thatcher soan y p dthe atee l U., Donald, deliver bag ofw lnling company
way without a license. of e reneas a aton. Raised on thelr t-et joins other
why ele aet .o w srft to.b. shipped to e era ander Red

: edro Miguel Zone md .o .lthe i
Warden, Assistant e. .St
o sen At Mee ti ng ea 's gitond en reports of fighting there V
'hin d many and gog TheW' Berlin "League of.i"4
Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Pearce meant leaders wouud fall. Free Jiors er said aI the ...
Ve been elected sone warden .. next m ofw there tor eras ldad 9ot
assistant zone warden, re- the -srty drday add dld not .
timely. for the civil defense Co wi d d e
C nizAtion in Pedro Miguel. rih at everymen- Thes the city's Soviet com(-
SThey were named In a iviI trkt e.h rongucone a revearsiawlfor
S defense for the ed teki clae otron cor ades ernment announced wa aba- b at p. today with a-
q.zi,,i day night attended by will be drawn." worker would be shot Imemdi- 74 food offthere bst
S a at100 residents oa n te rThe purge reach17ed a climax atei thot trial by Sovi2,800 toetoodtuffs.ered by
ibout1 te ron W nesay whe the Eat regime fir t cerian farms and The balance the 4,500-tohungry
u. Te zone warden and mante rr on of te nt fired Max r t grower t called off a 2000-
nt wll, in turn, select Fehner s minster of justice Gte r t to consu- i e hoisted tons
Wardens t complete the and replaced him with "Red Westerno fflcials thou e of ed milk nd lard a. a-
e organization for ,ide" Benjamin, ai bated woman strikesold spread throughout board fr t r ea a Hudson
S e l ra orjudge. the entire sonemul perhaps lead River o ier-. day, with more
vil b h a tionmore- o tWorkem at. Jena and Merse- to a hew revolt. t tod. The ship
was shnam t the meleh- iebur were said to have desnd- M nwle the Soviet zone gov- was sheued t 2ail for Ham-
d William 0. Dolan, chiefna d the release of their comrades ernment announcedIt was aban- b A t p.M. today with a-
defense for the canal arrested in the June 17 revolt a- do MJ state control of producebo u 2,500 tons of foodstuffs.
tion, talked t9t the PrOOP gIalt the Fast German-regime fro st German farms and The baios of the 4,500-ton
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he regular monthly meeting nated workers councils, it was hungry. st GermansO. Germans. Red leaders have
hmnwlfl beheld r io statnWass0d CoMn nki at, off. rent e.nhow-and reji the dent's ot- it
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