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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: AA00010883:01668
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0O'R FORWI? THE READERS VW'N UMN DU 3SELDORF. Just a few
.hours driving by swift car will
carry one to the border across
'I A whil. men are even now plan-
ri /ning wider and bloodier revolts
M A L Er, D ; againsL the convulsive Kremlin.
*- o1rIt was inevitable that this '
Th. Mr.: bos is on open lsun fo, ,I..darse w The Pene Ames- ti would happen in the planned
Outn tcrs are received grtedful.y and ore handled in e wholly confi- methodical lashion ol tne Ger-
.r it manner. mans throughout the centuries.
you c.Itirebute a tlettr done' be impatient at at doesn't appear the f he East and West Germans
i r Lepttre ere published im the order received. have turned the Iron Curhain '
Inas@ try to keep the letters limited to one page length. into a Venetian blind. The light
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. is coming through. The East-
This newspaper assume no responsibility tor sltermeenlh as opinionsen Ge 1rmans see they can no
(poreicse inletters ro readers longer live passively when bread ..
:COStS the equivalent of three
o- and four dollars a loaf: where'
Sr there are no doct ior one 's
R Arr i. IS N TE d children, where i t t akes a da, .. .
sometimes two days, to wor
Balboa, C.Z. for a pound of bacon and a
all month's hard labor for a suit
of clothes.
In order to reply to "People who are hoping for more peace- t wks inevitable that further
1MI nights v ho so pointedly Identified me without identifying revolution be planned waen
temsehles I requCt. the medium of your column to defend my- even these meagre wages were
seli and three Intle dachshunds Aho are known the breadth of slashed in half while they
I t r Ist rmus ana loted by all who know them. learned Irom the grapeVine and ... "" -
the railroad workers that a city
Our clogs are not permitted to run out. They are kept behind such as this industrial center,
a fence that was erected at a not negligible expenses to keep them for example, was preparing to
in. and prowlers out. They are trained to let us know when any- receive 1,000,000 well red visitors ,
ope from the adjacent area is in our mango or avocado trees, and for a gay fair dedicated to 'Bet-
ins-tinctivelv thev react to persons of an antagonistic nature in ter Living For All" z4gbt now.
oe way as they do to a friendly person in another. Parenthetic- It seells eto me vital, there-
a ly. the are trained also to kill 'possums, a problem which no fore, to record for story the
o ner agency has been able to cope with. still untold story of howr all
I this started in tha famous
These dogs are never let out of the house before seven in the "June Days" in Bdrlin. Those -
amrninR and seldom before eight. If we expect to be away late "June Days' marked the be- .
in the evening, we invariably employ "dog sitter," so that ac- gfeninag of the end Of*Beria's
cuMation loses its validity. MVD era. and the no revolu-
tionary planning now going
In the absence of Rabbi Witkln. who was also accurately on may well mark the end of "
Identified. I hope he ill not obliect to my intercession on his be- the centralized poster diMos-_1_ "."_"
If. He and his family are on vacation, and I agree that his cowl over t e Commu.istt In- ""-" "
ljt esone dol is not Dresentll restrained as much as could ber terenaioed pthe. cto in " *
d sizable but you cannot allegt that when his famwl,'s here the cret ed Ahi.t i maq, a
dg is not under control. m ttretmallwol s itb. A1
'on JU"-..OsCQWO "ambas- Com- .* '
I am in the heartiest agreement with the licensing of dogs, to- ebm y, Com.
b a, it is not the answer to your problem, because d igs don't knoW rede Vlardie. Tekqnov, re- .. ", :
b ether they are licensed or not.. However, it will separate those turned to ajf briefin.- .
o love their dogs from those who don't. A"r .
-- tal few So atef se ast or -G .. r -
menpMoye agie_ aboutts cats Wlary n" gttheu
Now. about cats. We have a cat that was lefAtt i s byan my a0 reports Fr ,d of Z.
e-employebecause it wa- too old to be moved to a t eeli hatte. t bWte as. t"he iOtllot ai ago 0I*
e cat Is near to death and does not utter a sound, l Ye know s nd p bie (ll. t 'aw s, dh read old
a. ut c, is too. Your statementt about cats shows th you ..iow lash m be "l', lob lpo tr. the'drea d.at,
q$ care nothing about pet animalIs in general or acartjs re ar tou .rfe d ca mi r aysetl m ymbolrtrt 1i nrt .Wsill..
cause the annoyance from cats has a definite biological regular- ohat Tab Jl Ite word cad s yseati -y urabl, e im cso ea, le.
; that cannot be controlled except surgically.ly 1ou o rk d el all. i I
would ge t tougher. b e adl Nl.r h "k, .I ." .,.- *A
Your appeal to the owners is noted and will be give y Je 1g tension was tso ughil db
aeration. Yo,,r appeal to the authorities will be best acted a o o8thAlin Alte iin nt arl~ IS. 8u. PFubg 8. ,.
en. in any *ectc instance of artnoyanca, .ou place u 1cothid no longer stand oit N ulant.r-wb 't l to be t. ~

nature on a d 51 Th.na stea 'olf comn aelM I cnp erThey drew up a l Metition e aau i
|% ^ "1 wages raised andm ,tiore
i4 law.e a d. ermli -rn "6 thttewotdy
la. ort of tublmc .- ., ... made available. 31eof errand. mayb si aa di -

the document to the eo.-
S Uddanlf the five men got asi
S0-fashlone4 case of the jit-
WHAT'S BEHIND HOSPITALIZATION MOVES? tr.- T s realized that te ,

*mi Y=en Audeas Pmecotad oea
Well Sadeie. I see you got your differential back. Olad. But traeon campe. So th e five nr- = C "tieA,""
yu are toin to lose sour free hospitalization, I hear. Friend of turned to their fellow workers, nme tn feted in ,l
j ."ust told me about a bill that was deducted from his pay of After a conference, the con d te l hete had In h,
8'.0u. That don't sound free to me. struction unlon men decided to drhtoe wd w b
send 80 men from,na now famous fr-- fi errb 's dlie d t
-I think I can yive the low down on this hospitalization busi- Site 40. They aeckone the ma- aad ae
nt.. You know they had a bird named McKim on the board of ernment 'ust wouldn't whisk 80 adreenogaveb th "
decLors. Well, this bird is a big Insurance operator. So he takes men out of sight without ex- paes ornley amand bir Iw ih.,
&uook around do--n here, and says to himself "How log has this loading the dynalrite-laden sul- tat4 4d-not oendA
blen going on?" -enness which already had re- not strov o .
So what does he do. He puts through a rule that there will all Euit German ind try ougThe u he-ne Lave been enouh ad en
4 no free medical care, everyone will be forced to pay to the West had been unaware of this the rhe m-ale e d_.. A rt* t.
it. They will be forced to take hospital insurance like they sabotage early in June.) As I sw n r miracle. I saw r'
vs in the states. So he has his agent already on the Isthmus they marched, some Communiht I saw .o r anlex-paw Horn pw' e -
y to do business. Pretty slick, eh. As soon as the hospital Volkspolltzel tried to stop them. t a . commr n
ess Is put through he resigns from the board. Interesting, Three cops were beaten. The 80 end of i of new p la-" 4ed,. 4 d We,
men continued to march up the papa, t -lIfg qoleper colony. on.n and e h a .fo yU.-
street. "'ll.
This is the same quv who couldn't eat the same meat that Hiundreds, then thousands,
have to buy. He had his brought down special, free freigl '.. fell in behind them. They-
t he also told us how well off we were. If everyone down here reached the Economic Min.
to eat the same food and pay the same prices why I reckon i8ter. He got usp on a table to
a would be cheaper and the eats better, assure them ali would soon be ,.
Havthypte len Wellon c in this annex o, the .
Haven't heard from you lately. Have they put the silence on worker's paradise. The to hers
Thought you had free speech. But I guesr nothing is free couldn't wait for pie in the
wn there anymore. sk. They dumped him off the -
taWle.e1Wileeospecial strike corn- W101e
_____-_Weary Willie wittees sprang upthroughout W'-(NEA)h-Signia ; I-" pr
Eastern Germany. rean hatche. a new Us h lt. tg
Answer to Previous Puzzle Immediately the Western an- for thB Mtates.All of thm
adi o e i A ro rul ti-communists swept into ac- ti "pc -,dwhich',
RadioActreA. tion. Several groups slipped in rw iKorean do
men across the Communet mAc. am f
N L VBCAborder, it can now be revealed. -wheelt will
The first were the union lead- at WI b disc .e.
I Radio setre, I'Coagulate ers of anti-Communist labor or- h oernc will be
(var.) ganinations. They helped or- f r, or ea or "
Alamander 2 mountainBagnite the sit own strikes. te 0 to solve -0
I h(ea b. form)' smashtig of machinery an d .su .
bled hair wildeNd burning of Communist book-"f State Joh ""
#Mhe is a 4Cudde ~stores, and they set up a com, tolnce that
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.,r o Itai la cels- 2 Aniedt Irish 44 Writer', mark eral who retreated from the ITig8 d in the '
biment t mpre ri ts deds (pl.) during the last war and found thefirst, then ,-.

bl~et city io le la gl A 83llowance for Bacchanals Ukrainian eqil have a tough that the

oes" 2i Hen werk les 3 While SO Measure of group o former_ Boviet rim-. ad, ." IRn
Telth ben hear, 3IDUg, as per- others oa c, soldiers anof d 0 l,--_.,e
1 'V1a ovyr the' garden bed Si Aurieles 'ecrs cpiured bu ,the OGr- UiY on, sale' r
24 Stt.eted 41 Obtained sheepfold turn to Ruassa when they weere to ..Beare
released in 1945. It teas thses
'a n S border on June 17 to urge the l .
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Polio Peak Period Ahead,

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NEW YORK, Juh 28 'UP) Lor the needles and sjiim1,e-
* The NaUonal 1-ounldation oi In- used in tne inouiau.uab.
lainlte Parai.sis ,.ituned toaay au iari te b.,~lal n- ocell
Stnat the peak pelod lur polio Used only in L........-,
* this ,ar bill miles ahead and ait-as L..S,aU t u. .. .......
Stnalt galnnu globulin cannot ue ruoiiC i-4-i"n ,... u.,i.i,
reneu upon to protect any corn- Iconsainer a rase ue u JU t ,.ij
Smunit3 aiinst 1' foi moale than illU,tu popum,.U.i a -.....-i
Sli\.:' weeks. 'ncimence, uuip ,.,u.
* Late August ana early Sep- UsUm maps ,...-,-llLied tihl
SteinDoc have always piuved tile m rKers to 1nl.11.t' tilt in-
. worst part of the polio "sea- quency of polio ac..sa tnle nu--
Sson." foundation officials said. Lion mnis 3car. L u.p_puiiLtu uu..
And the weeks aiier that may lhaL tne serious inciaeiLe oi
Sbe alinost as bad, the. added, ithe disease se ta o 1oe niov-
sinic.. the mncidencL or the oi- Ing eastward.
* ease noes not tall oit rapidiv. *"Last iear. it s arted in lexis
*We have no reason to ex- ana drove Straigii. northwalu
pect the incidence this year to through tne MIL:Ale H..A t -
lail below that 01 1952." 'aid Neora-sau and Iowa were hard-
Dr Hart E. Van Riper. medical est hit." he said.
director of the foundation -*This summer the troubic
To date, 6887 cases nave been'spots have been ill Ohio Nortl
reported thIs year. compareaiCarollnfa, Tennessee. N.ew York.
with 6,603 in tMe same period WLsconsin and Illno.!s
during 1952. which proved a Basil OConnoti. louidation
record polio year presidentt. lecentlv announced
Foundation statistics (ir tile plans lur a nia.ss ex,)erielliet
w..ek ended Jul\ 18. IL(S'. lull thi lJail v itil a mnea anti-phoI
report, available, sno\ed 1.626 vaccine.
cases compared ilthi 949 the Some 750U.000 oungster.s are
previous week and 1.390 in the to b inoculated %Utti the \ac-
same Week year ago cine and another 750.000 de-
The large; proportion of signated a '"control" group and
aases this year has been in the not inoculated.
Pacific and vest South Central' If the vaccine proves success-
states, although in the lLst fui mi the Inocoulted group med-
month the incidence has been icine will have produced a
more marked in the East. of- weapon to stamp out polio en-
licials aid tUrly.
Gamma globulin inoculation Meantime, the foundation has
programs have oeen held in'set aside $5,500.031 fGcr the
nu.' areas since July 1. all ot jgam r globulin blood fraction
them east of the Mississippi. As1seumr to be used this summer|
of last Saturaay, more than in attempts to cherk outbreaks.
350,000 children had been in-,
oculited with the serum.
However. Dr. Curtis F. Culp,
foundation epidemiologistm
pointed out that the blood
fraction serum is effective in
lessening the paralyzing ef-
fects of polio sor only about
3ive weeks. If polio should recur
In the same areas after the p ACH |
aerum had worn off there is no HI MAMII
guarantee that the inoculation
yould check its effect. g
7w The blood serum is owned by
411e foundation but distributed
ough the Office of DefenseH
ton, on recommencda-
by the Public Health Serv- .
Foundation funds aLso pay


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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon T '


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No. 4 Tivoli Ave -Phone 1-2291, and

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Fourth of Julv Ave.-Phone 2-0441


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Automobiles ae y W. a.. .bbn e eUM. wi'im
WeftAboft A se A iamiim @f. tas 2.b
Ask About Our FOR SALE-Duty free 1950 Mercury, | ue.. f 3,
-HiR STRIKES s >ort sedanr, 4-door, in good con- w
CHRISTMAS CLUB ar.on. Tel. Fred Durling, 3-0010. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medcpl, Clinic.
_________ -- ~Centrarr Avenue "K" Stre e.or- Foster'
Bo:o, Americano FOR SALE -OR TRADE: 1953 ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama. S
Panama & Colon Henry J 6 cylinders, 3 months A Abuphone 2 3479, H
FO' ,iLE --4 Dece mDple l..ng old con be seen 14th St. No. 117 Ask AboutM S r e
call set $80. 561 1-D. Hoog.' .opoaiment 2, Son Francisco. CTH MA STRIKEScLU
Place. D.bo FOR SALE: Nice 1952 Mercury "BCzar Americana" or i
FOR -ALE: Fr.g.dare reifrgerator Monterrey hard lop convertible, Panama & Colon
375: 4 green bamboo :ceer.C i yellow and black, excellent cond.-
k itche, table: comb.not-on del, Ion. all cver Pedro Miguel Dispen- A VISIT TO THE SAN BLAS
and booknelfl Aers can be sary from 8 to 12 noon, 4674. ISLANDS! AUGUST 7, 8, 9
at 153-F GovIanRd Mn- IThe trip of your hlife. A Jungle Jim
seen at h 5"3 -Fr an.043 o n FOR SALE. Oldsmobile 88, '51, Jaunt thru the Panama Canal to Co- FOR RI
Sday thru Fr.day4 o a a black. two door, 5 passenger. Good Ion San Bias and Porto Bello! A 3 pletp
SSaturd-ay _ido conda-on. good tires, ca be fl- day Irip aboard the Hotel El Panama's hot
FOR SALE:-Russel Wr.ghi d.ihes r.onced. Telephone 83-3197 offer Pescadoro. Leave Balboa Friday 6 o, No.
mahogany dining table w-th chao,r 30 p. m. M., arrive Colon 2:30 p. m.. leave 558J
two open mohogar., book cases FOR SALE -Leaving country, must Colon 9:30 p. m. for Son Bias and
Phone dacs 83-311 sell. duty paid. Morris Minor. 7.- Porto Bello, returning Colon Sunday
FOR SALE.- I Sect-ornal Sofa. mod- 000 miles, like new. $400 cash, afternoon. Through the Cdnal Mon-
ern. Large Kroehler Armchair renainder may be financed. Phone day 6 a. m. returning to Balboa.
Yourh Cha., 26 g.rl's bicycle 3-4655. Meals catered by El Panama. Bring
Yellow Head Parror Occasional -- ---- slacks, shorts, bathingsuit, jacket, ATTEN
Chai.r modern. Monrkey Cage. For FOR SALE 1942 Ford Four Door flippers and spears f0r underwater one,
ftjrther information call Albrook Sedan. Pedro Miguel F.re Station. fishing, and your camera and rolls mont
S 2198. Phone 4-381. of color film. Please make reserva- 4941
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refrger- FOR SALE -Je*.p, 4 wheel drive. ex- lions early through youaw Travel FOR RI
ator 9 cu. ft. 25 Cv Porce ain cellent conaition, new pamint. Clay. Agent, or Jungle Jim Price at Pan- ; por
$1 00.0C. Call 2.3062 Balboa. ton 426 aa o3-1660. Special price for groups r
0778-B, Williamson Place after .f 10 to 16 people,* 73-
S4:00 p m i CSALE Young woman, white. desires work FOR RI
C SA-L-E Mahogany Setee RLas housekeeper, nursemaid or comn- for t
eU .bhith Woven Op union. Write to C. M. V. Box Call
Lounge Chr boh h Woven Boats & Motors 134 Panoama. O R
Plastic Upholsterv. T.ivo ChoIrs with'. FOR R
Woven Cotton Fabric Upholstery FOR SALE;-22 foot fishing cruiser. FOR SALE best
aU matching; two straight choirs 65 H. P. Willys sea jeep motor rorn
'and three tables not matching Perfect condFtion. Sleeps two. Call .n e Lasge
Full width bed and springs. Tel- Stanley. Balboa Yacht Club, 2693 drCeiy
e.hone 83-3197 after 4:30 p.m. or Panama 2-234). FOR SALE:Mrine Sh hor
C.. SALE.-Urgent! Washl-g ma- or mobile 50 watt transmitter. In-
-.,ne. -new. West.nghouse $1851 Radi quire 2-3341, Ancon. thrw
0O. Glossware Justo Arosemenc Radio r gr a S o A* About OurFOR.
A,.Vnue -No. 45. Phone 3-112 1. THi rSTRIKES nirhw
FL,.' SALE -Librorv table. 2 w ck'.- CHRISTMAS CLUB CoOa
cipirs. Wicker table Mahogany "Bazar Americana" 30 a
dimeng table. 2 mahogany tab:e H | Panama & Colon, FOR RI
imps. Cabinet. 2 -end tables, 3 FOR SALE:-Nearly new: 4 Torpical mernt
t rhs. Ahellp. Tel explain grey I2411 Your Community tation suits size 38. 4 Full Suits size 38. Ec
ogter 4"30 m. House 356 Apt Remington 5.,Portabl e typwriter, bedro
6, Ancon. Prese Fitngipani St, hose 0428 Avit.i alto
_. IE._ dorese bttCoil 9 a. m to2. No,
; t SALE. 6 ft. Codicpot, 9 ft Where 100.000 PeepMe M- FOR SALE:-WestRnghouse automa- FO
vinador. B.th 5 cyclesB, 550 --- tic Laundromat, one year old 25
1. a .- Today, Tuesday, July 28 cycle, $250.00 will sell or trade. 3 Dr
.1 -U.- P.. motchstck bamboo draw draperies .Dl
ii. SALE.-Rorlan livingroom set. 3:3 Muic for Tuea with traverse, balance rods and FOR RI
six pieces and eight pc mndho6- 4:3U0-n-M c Da books; Ts '" tong S 44"
ny din.ngrom set. Ltt e used. like 0 a 4"
Snw. 40tn. b. No. 19. 4:15--Soulh f the Border wide"$lj.0. White aluminumon ic $ .
4:30-Wnat's Your Favorite Ver1tion 'blind (with hardware.)
C. SALE:-Westinghou..e retriger- 5:30-New& 42 %` wide x 68" long 51.00.
elor, 25 cycle, 2 '2 cube teet;; 5:35-What's Your Favorite Two Rattan chairs, each 1t .00
pOrceloin box; guarantee on sealed (contd.) Rattan settee $30.00. 12 tue bt
unit. 132.-C. Gavilon or phone 6:00-Band Of America (VOA) RCA radio with 45 RPM record
Bilboo 3)63. oiler 5:30 p. m 6:15-BLUE RIBBON SPOaRTS layer and records $40.00. Healh-
Sfrai able im,.ediotey. REVIEW kit V.T.V. meter (25 or 60 cycle
ke SALE:-High cha rs, crib and 630--The Record Shop $20.00. Used baby carriage &
i..a.ress Seoly Dox :pr ng ana mat-, 7:00-Lowell Thomas (WRUL) bassinette $5.00. 25 cycle clock
t.ess. frcna,..a 3-3,7.. 7:15-Excurslons In Science 12" face $2.09. House 424 Gatun,
V. O*A- --a I VA phone 5-3 23. d
SAL h7:30-Report from the United pone to 2FOR RI
S -i bH LI ; Stales c A Position Offrered ro
kijui L, state 8:00-Metropolltan AudiUons of r n%
l athe Air (VOA) 'Saleslady with excellent reference near
SSLr:-aoree be om concrete 8:3-nstrumetal Capers wnted for reputable establish. 1
6onset, u.v., easy p.>,nents, 8:45-U.P. Commentary ment. Must speak English apdJ r"*
ai ti. .l..one -0-r cn0r,,a._ :00-Here Are the Answers Spanish fluently. Write Box 323 Edct
., Lc:- bedroom ch. (VO9:30-Jazz Club (VOA ) Panama, R. de P. for interview. I13
ZrbedroomrnBr 79:30--Th-Jazz Club (VOA) -
...noo, ..... .o, i.. h 81....n ,r10:0e--Armando BoaHelp Wanted
i. b.- po.-h or 'aun-"10:15-Musical Interlude n ep Wa nted
cng. Enestio Leievre Avnue 0-Vaety Bandbox (BBC)
N,. b6, Paique Lefevre. Telephone 0-Vret Bandbox BBC wANTED:-Maid, must speak Eng-
31028. 11:00-The Owl's Neat lish. 2724, Nicabar, Cocoli.
Midnight-Sign Off. N"
s. Mary Durant Relam Parade ua
its In Hospital; I ,.7 d-H
+11I00-tign On and Alarm dock kl o To Honor
neral Tomorrow : Club adA Clock P].lT
Mr. ryDurant, aBar- 7:05-The Alarm Clock ClubE C ordel
;'An resident of the Isthmus. (contd.-
S 1908, died last night in 7:30-Morning Salon TUnitA Of the 05th Antiaircraft
SBanto Tomas Hospital. She 8:15-Morniln Varieties Artlle GOrou and Fort clay-
t.7v3. en 8:30-Musical Reveille ton wl prticipate in a retreat
0i ..i-xirep have tnen A PfltINpa,@ re_- e


beduled for tomorrow at 4 9:15-Come and Get It
m. In the Corinthian Temple 9:30-As I see It
. Central Avenue. She was a 10:00-News
t ber of Lebanon Forester 10:05-Off the Record
a3, and the Edith Cavell 11:00-News
y and the United Burial 11:05-Off the Record (contd.)
e. 1L2:00-News
D. urant la survived by P.M.
a daughters. Celestina Durant 12:05--Luncheon Music
0 Mrs.- Louise Clark; two


iddaughters, Mrs. Sylvia
Inton and Mrs. Dolores
as and two great-grand-
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w 9.90 complete w; I
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labler-a CASA SPABTO
Central 223
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12:30-Popular Music
1:00-Newa
1:15-Personality Parade
,1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-Three-Quarter Time


2:15-Tt's Time to Dance
2:30-Afternoon Melodies
2:45-Battle ef the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Music for Wednesday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15-Sepia Parade
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:30--News
5:35-What'q Your Favorite
(contd.i
6:00-AGSA MELODY FLIGHT
6:15-BLUE RIBBON PORT 8
REVIEW
6:30-What's My Line (WRUL)
7:00-Lowell Thomas (WRUL)
7:15-.Jo Stafford Show (VOA)
7:30-Report from the United
States (VOA)
8:00--Evening Salon
8:~.-Commentary on World
News (UP)
9:00-The Bing Crosby Show
(VOA)
:10-S. The Hauntin Hea
9.00--UNIVNSt T H NATIM
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ara u uuonoring Colonel Ben 2.
orell, omandin of fleer, IWA
5th Orp and Port Cayton. to
be held on the Poet's th Ron-
naosance Battalion Quadang 4
at 5:00. p.m. next Tuesday. Col-
onel Cordll will depart te Ca-. W
ribbean Command on Aug. 8, to,
return to the -United States for
reasalgnment.
Participa 1tn in the formationa
will be =c elements of the
764th Antireraft Artllery at-
talion (90 and 120 2 fhlmee)
and the P Odm Antiaircraft AItI-
lery Automatic Weapon. s-attal*
ion along with Helquartou
Battery, 65tb Group the
AA Ope A bA D ethBa n
the 38t AAA Detachment
did Controlled Airplane
the Post Commander will e
7461st AU (Signal) the
Military Police and the 71TS
my Bapd.
Commanding Officer of
for the parade will be
Colonel Retnharsd L.
executive officer.
include Major Walter X.
Group Adjutant;
M. MeKelvy,
cer. 50Oth ar
nt; and MJort L
Ian, roU p o ,y .o..I i
In e "ent p "
execution of
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RESO
S Snt. Cla..*
adoms, refrl im .R
olboi Y305,53
s Cottages. 04
t Clara. Phon BaeLejw B
a an beach. Santa aan^A
COOL Campon a
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o" erctaker there.
FOR RENT :.
HouNe ,
ENT: Modern ch.ale li
ply furnished; three bIpW
water, etc. 17th St
72, lust off 50th St.
l. References.
FOR RENT
Apartments
ITION G. I., furnished modrl,
two- three bedroom dOrt-
t. Hot, cold water. COl 3 -
ENT:-Two bedroom furnbihe
tment in Bello Vista. HIuqe
SSol. Ave. Justo Arimne~r
Call 2-2341. ,
ENT: Furnished apaorfMnit
threee months. Campo Alegie.
3-4720.
ENT:-Modern apartment in
residential district. Two had-
Livingroom aod diningrpkgq
e. front porch. Kitchen. ILun-t
onrm Ht watet throu out.
V bedtet frartnrteds Scremr.
I's quarters. Garage. For fur-
information phone 3-4517.
NT-Srm l complete fur'-
4 a drtmnt in, Hba aVia.
Panama 3-0679, 11:30 to 12:
Soffter 9 p. m.
ENT.-Nice and cool apart-
on "Albernao Apartments"
ador & A coa Avel two
anomt; givingg and dbiingroom,
o and mid' room. Sixh St.

oms, responsible peop $9.
Via E p (bea de Na
ENT: Cool, comfortable
mWnt, 12th St. Poitillo, N6.
Sr Frncwn Far infmav

af.'-P umished apartment
Ml I.'lving-dinlngroom, porch
43 St. Me ico Ave.

RENT
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t "12 = itifully furnished
Kitchen privileges.
,. ice Avenue;,69
a l, r 3-0s30553.
d M Kitchen facilities.
2 m'd tor. 43rd St. No.




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As anomew eod by Jim Norris and his flnternsa
Club, Reeky selaSge is scheduled to defend his we .
Pet. weight ealmpus hip against oland Lastars at e& t
43 Grounds n Sept .
A79 However, the way things have been breaking for the W
671 and its Impresaro it hardly wohid be surprising i i Rof
Roland got the measles in training, or a Iblzd broke
5.38 the day set for the fight.
.448 Recently. in the Arlington Classic. Jamie K. Norris' hl
370 spectacular 3-year-old, flnJaed fifth behind Native Dalno..
.307 shocked Jim even more than he had been chagrined
Joe Waleott's failure to pek himself off the floor in the
round against Marclano in .Chag o.
1) Then, as Norris reapplied himself to boxing, came word
Sidney Flaherty, Bobo Olson's manager, that the Amerian
dl6welght champion would not, as had been adye ,
). iIndy TI T* for the world title ir New York In aOc .
hAe refused to let ,Olson follow the rodeo i .nto J
den. kidney protested that his finer serndblitig d had been
1 1ed by thie measly house of 7418 customers, who had c6
1 0 a mere $36,520, when Bobo whipped Paddy Young in thee.
win, arena.
Ide- Flaherty wants Turpin to fight Olson in Los Angls
ran- abould New York be bypassed, Randy appears to have
for preferring London as the site.
T rpln certainly has found financial reeolfections aof'
I ork. At the Polo Grounds on Sept. 12. 1951, Ra.fd and
Robinson attracted 61,370 spectators who shelled out sa"
w O 9 tr h O .':.$M77,626.
Sidney has no illusions about Bobo's matching agar
Fourth of Illustaed states an aui_ i position. The follow throegh I coma ap attraction, against Turpin in New York. He itean
For Her M oper- The right ad aI frost for Olson here ani his apprehensions are well found&d.l
.665 Bl B, ly apart 'and IItraghthe balance, er Weight tran- IBC has pnibbed tihO6on-Turnin potential beyond belief,
,,aeis Ce ahead, ftt. hand safetrred from the left to rlht * *
.586 aor2 weon out ) i looking foot Insuring tho pivot pvt g LONDON HOICMNG SEPT. fO TM E VIG=
.579 You bave- c correct '01p. toward 11. weight .behind tihe ht .
.464 yoU. are tino dyr ate_, This usterte I s o p The IC has a acsle and eonirmt letter from
.421 wh1 'you fr_ .i the perfect16 i a center Iloee is no preizg. .dleton, Urpin's manager, which the British Board Oat e
.3,7 ,. d bass- -photo, as she The hitting staLce I orreet. Contr an the New commission held tobe an .
.343 baUlinflelder ch andt li takes her hbe li feet are --line as- Inm olfto. gT .
er% .4 q. knees are Ie g her ad baseballs. ".a Ie l Loource in London I received Information .
t gMi in freedom t oughout d Br't. had summoned Randy and his p li
the -T, sll v..the strokes, Ie- : Th ne. and Uk ft they dooen bt:petheMB .
) do promo erwo has a somewhat d -
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S-~.bound tomeet% Bobo InNew York.
4 T e P Atur t ame time, 29 isn opn pat *arl's Court* the
;.,.: ..aceonton source says that it the. rit sh board find C aO
h- andd P aey of obstructl the Woorld championBship
Au g. 9 At Panaima ^Gydm au im pea krn Union to declare T--
..tele is yet another threat against BbbO on this aide 9f tp
,... ---.-.-. A_. ti. FMeWityt -nI is charge et too tough,, uI
L. d.3S t I^AloveMent-t 4rop M Olson, and send id O i
.e ,riw.a retlr m n T1, hawk. l reported to be to t. t W .l,-.
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S-see_ f or less h l dt 0. They Meo theIr Mo- as they'
C*A. ap ng ageste. Ii eeal t27es o w* with tAodest measures of co nni n.
| b 2 3 9l.f.. 7 *r' NoW t Came has an oisation styled the "uter .
k t0npoijnth bfr~lted all ti>oat Boxin Mafaid Gu6d whic s re tto have i t sftu
a p teaam t to u1. *at Pas .cumnmer and tnlikes, and to usptre to a d ictator s hf."f
DAY'S RUTS all adl sacred ibn t he is the Iloor id has enemies. They are spreading
' whohse ftff~te~rn 1. 0o' 0qSring their gtr they go o far aa to Charge that it has forced Don
8.adm 3,. Jr. l h geo pr6tuil otc- a hea eikht champion of Great Britai, to go so far afl.l.;
tseg. ._th A.a62., p- al stoops 60 *f, a"l. kt with Haarry M ews, for is a d-
55 GAUlS lk~l~n scored 1 o That Coc who more ttan a year agpo Was talkd at u am
; el . Ua hpf. Th_ 0 bewtee op-onent for Joey Maxim for a laght heavyweight tiate fJlt'I
t5f oTiihe .r ui- t be en London, is comig to the tUnited States, has been kept as e
.fowlo asd'he-ro ar h ie r Jobswoud have brg Cockull -
Igg TonigiPt'. do- ai 1 a" ra Cohen q at New 0rk apd cooked up' something Intriguing with him.
r to be the t "hen h uit However, times ha"m cha i ed. The old selence of
h n Lot. ths t. th- r .in ,r Q ,t, -,lto r ot, thevro=dr=.nbe atin, yve n ost. .,odown 4.in .
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STrp than t.he score in- appear the screen. If not, so what? .


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Marine Capt. Ted Williams
who obtained his release
from the Marine Corps today,
was all smiles when le left
the naval barracks but said
he did not know when he will
go back into baseball action
with the Boston Red SOx.
Williams plans to 'rejoln the
Steam Immediately pnd will try
to get into shape as quickly as
possible.
The slugger, a reserve officer
called up ior active duty as .a
fighter pilot in Korea, was
given his release by Col. 0.
Chappel,. commandant of the .
marine barracks at the naval
gun factory here.
Williams was late arriving for
. the brief ceremony It was
sclit-uled !or 9:30 a. m., but it
1, about 9:45 a. m., when
V\.i.!ams arrived, and a swarm
of nest.3el and newspaper
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and kept Williams and the co-
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Indochina War


Williams said he will drive to HANOI. Indochina, July 28 serious internationall prob- larger units to prepsm. for 'f-
Boston with an old friend, Tom (UP) The French high corn- lem." fmalve moves such. as tar-
Johnson, who "just happened mand threw ten battalions of Its "It is certain that a further eb~e raid recently O. th
to be around." best ahocktroops into a mass Increase in aid would have e- q a few miles from 2W .ader
They will not be in time for raid against a Vietminh opera- tremely grave consequences and ft communist China.
tomght's game with the Chl- tional base on the Annam coast pose a serious internLatonal Te ComnnuZlt
cago White Sox at Fenway today In its latest blow of the problem." Cogny adW. eps are expected 't. ah
time tonight." was the best ar- revived offensive against Corn- "The ideal would have been to an offensive In the fa the
Pa,'k. However, Ted said, "Some- munlst rebels, obtain the stopped of Chinese Frbeeh said, and d th .'lgh
rival time he could supply A striking force of some 11,000 Communist partit atlon in this uimad wants to be O
Then, st ll in uniform, Wil- French Union commando troops war at the same time as the b evacuation begntaanda
liam returned to the Bethesda swarmed ashore early this morn- ending of hostllltes .in Korea," it I the S tay M
Naval Hospital -wh.re he las ing against the rebel-held "Joy- the general said. uanr" appor'en PreLTV !o
been under treatment for an less Route" sector between Hue The French high command ar Y to cover at wt
ear and nose aillrent which and Quang Tri, on a narrow yesterday began regrouping Its 8 a
caused him to be recalled from coastal strip 300 miles south of garrison from put s into mo- Wval assault boats ro-
Korea after flying 39 missions, here. bile units for an of ealve battle. illtd the withdrawal tWb
-T- The Command evauated 300 arriso on .,
borne operation "oamargue," Isolated and unless -otposts a- l "Comm ists N
SLocal-Rate Schools T; ;s sm= .rp'attht-"seadsesW 1ta
acoording to the French eom- lon the Black RIh0 45 miles ught offtOffShe
reularTo Begin N battalions of the They began r p t
Short ely before enovon the ea o Tp l K l,t. d
Monday Morning ,o oooo
French Union troops, Including
armor and artist llery, landed from
Schools in local-rate Canal a fleet of amphlbia vehicles,
Zone or munities will open at were reported to have encircled
8 o'clockr Monday morning, when the enemy. They Joined up with
students will report for the new a battalion of paratroopers
s school teea r dropped in the enemy rear.
have been planned to provide The Preah emmand war-
chedules for sigiudents to attend Te oapin ae arg the sh tl
schoolbe at aerred taso, where new bo omr td, rth rench
kindergnarten and grader asschool No them o the t6*doe t fm e
buildings are under construction l te I e to. r. bigget 1
and the old Junior high g schoolt-o ar dead. r
bus'tig is being e bele. ag do liake.rea a I
It Is expected that the newth e likFrel h _an ae
b" "-so there will be ready for fhe renh hre commandos e-a
S occupRncy about a month after rked on an armada of speed-
school opens n o2ts and standing craft on un-
Sn tidie losed bases south otef Hani a
The Junior High School at last night. '
Red. Tank, originally scheduled The operation carted shortly
to be transferred to Paralso at before daybreak.
the beginning of the new school eOw that the Indoeh na .ight-
year th, will be continued in the ga g is the free wild's biggest
present location until the con- drive a ginst on-rushing Comn-
Struetlon work at Paralso is munism. the French lost no time
completed, In striking for the second time
All junior high school stu- in ten days.7 .
deo ts in both Red Tanir and pa- On Jutly 17, th reSovae TA 0 w ikhe k LOSIO I t il md-
rais will attend school at RedlFrench command th orew 8AO, d tole du ri had unlodA"n fm u h e atdoil ats
Tank starting Monday and con-Inen against the Vietmlnh sup-i
nuing unti s the new buildings ply base of Langson close to the other crew mentbelrs- S d twoe tup are t i
at Paraiso are ready for oc- Red China border. t leal conditionn t tbe~ M expected to live.
cupancy. Latest report from the battle n
,area indicated savage fighting.
Trhe elementary school rared along the JtUngle-covered co fh Brig t o n u
Pardtlso, originally scheduled coastal area agi m the stub- boer wlr o frh n u aersor.
be transferred to the ne .born Communist troops. French uw h B right SWd 0
elementary and kindergarten assault vessels min ova close to aor du
buildings there, will be continu- the mainland to support the
ad temporarily n the old Parai- ground troopswith de bar-da s ir at
so elementary school buildings rage ofartilleryM re.
Pnrs are completed. It was the first time r e la--lenneh r
To provide for the Increased part of the newly created Vlet-" e following weather an- mad early morm-
enrollment 1 the Paraiso ES na uese commando troops G dirt.O are based on past zies- ,If.be expected
mentaery school when school joined the French in a large- Oxds:, may be expected to rthe aIl r
opens this year, grades 4 5 andb s e e operation, b e n- the Canal Zone and. l and i
e6 wIll be on a shift basis tepo- te Frdhech command u- during August, one of of the Istz
warily. This arrangement was leahed Its blow against Vlet-" temonths when the Isthmieus alan 1"
planned so that Paralso elemen- inh forces only a few hours be- i 0-the doldrums. .ely t
tary school students would not fore the return to Indochina of 'TMEKR: August I 'the c ~an ent
'have to travel to Red Tank to French Union commander in month of rainy sea=on
attend the grade school there, chief Gen. Henri Eugene Na- ~ g ostly cloudy weather- wi-
Fourth, fifth and sixth grade varre, who has fathered the noew use, and moderate to b
sti'dents at Paralso will be told offensivestrategy in the sevm-u= Y-shqwers will occur fr,- *0 der
when they enroll on August 3 year-old Indochina war., ta out the month and d
the hours at which they will at- The Korean armistice yester <-t. e d'Aveerage infall fthi
tend school. day turned the seven-year-o ld tp mout is p 7.57r inches athl .p .r! ,
fighting In Indochina into the B't Hg0t2, 11.07 inches Atrd uratent
Kindergarten students and world's major war against com- 4e Int and 15.80 8 e- gIg an
those in grades 1. 2, and 3 at munism t e ris, hoe r
Parao will be on the regular The commander of the French table aroution from
-school schedule for these grades, stand forces in northern Indochio- to year and monthlyto-
from 8 to 11:30 a~m. and from na, Gen. Rene Cogny, said 1104Zahge V d from 1.46inh- thodom b
I hto 3 p m. truce in Korea could havp "grave ts.o at Balboat ELM' fil z lu mf w l&
The elementary school at ReR consequemaces" here. 11.l'Inches
".to9 6.10dinches atI-
tank will continue to be opera;-. He said the Chinese can di- -b. T o n ld. tIncesatur_-
ed there for children In the corn- vert their s&&pe from Ko- s t A dt Measure- 78to
unity. ea to Indochina--ereating a abI.s qlmots'of rain w like-

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