The Panama American

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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:
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01671

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suu.mb *my NL ON UNNVELL IN 0a9 Labor News "Ah, M ay
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CAILI ADOIrse. PANAMEBICAN. IAMA
AiAOSPPICeu ii R'75 CiNTaiN AV|NUF ETWEN IB WT tAND teluTeRTms
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go: oMN YA. 'IN ovac- .-- 1 5 0 By Victor R eA.l
T. 1 IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN BONN, Oermany.-Behind thi
S' nearest fringes of the Iron Cur.
tain is an antt-Boyiet under-
ground f o r c W who leader
i THE MAIL BC)( ; o~ow.^,v.5..
await the agz.l for revolt
against the East Geamany Volks
S- police and the dtmioraliped Rue-
Tkhe Mail Box as on open torum tor readers ot The Panama Amer- sian Secret polol..'
Sken. Letters are received gretafully and ore handled in a wholly confi- This undergroU*a organjza-
dential manner. tiou has an al mlt pereoat in,
it vu .mntribute a letter don't be Impatient it it'doesn't appeo tallisence system; the imost 1n
eaet day. Letter are published-in the order received. gntlous method f counter+
S PleseM try to keep the letters limited to one page length. .A pal anda ;
Identity at letter writers is held in strlstest sentideme. 9 i 15 lait of ovi7t ti will
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tfr statesmsts as opinlg 1 the moment ta th
epremsed in letters trom reasrs ', dance; and aU th It
needs.
S- Its network stretbhe&la inft
T. the Interior Into Un 1 %-7.
MISS SPELLING D resden and other Red i
communities. When the .Sorli
SDear Sir: ota broke. veteran atltl-OoMl- -
S iauniat labor leaders, Who lgrn,
Back in South Arkansas whar I come .from a fell ;by-he 0 their techniques in a noW 0 -
name of .ack bcaLterwood owns a newspaper in a town at m t forgotten war against n
bmackover which is located on a Crik by the same nfl 1t a ol suddenly appeared n
v s -fveel good newspaper and Jack used to get I tg at interior cities.n Ty dirt
LF or twice a monLn depending on the crop. JAck N the burning of bookitor
p .. In fact he was the paper. He wrote Ihe ;ews, a sign'of defiance of the S Boet
a .iLsIn when someone hi.d somthin tney wanted to adverti propaganda machine. They
a (then he would set the type, make up the four pages, run e. burned police cars ag barracks
p ss and deliver the papers. Everybody In Smackover red Jacks as a token of con for t h
E Bast German ga 'of th
uat that aint what I wanted to tell you abioit. You see, Jack Soviets. They assau some
was a hard working seller. Worked on the farm all day and at the these gaulelters and their atoolt
paptr .ali night. He used to get ured leanin over and settin up pigeons. And they appere
IhL iftle so wnat ne done was take of.na boots and socki, into the undergrVd an to
ac..4u2e down on.his holders, rar bacs atd'set up that type .Wait Der Tag.
V...ihs toes. Yesslree. Its Just like 1 tell you, that ieller wouid Much of the m Tor this
mseLue back thar, hold the type case with his right foot and set underground come a spe-
tAu.. ype witti lus leit. He was left lootea. An you know that clal German u dquar-
Iebier never would make a mistake. Course he had some of his ters (the DOB) in direct,
IUws4deU about--how a word ought get opened but he waant ed by a man callmB There
rd headed about that even. Ilfen he had reel doubts, he would are other outCftI a the
Iw wdrd up in the dictionary and Iflen I he coald find-it th underground g i work -
lea h nge It right enough. Trouble is, most of the time be in a loose war p against
IoLLt.tad the wotl because the way he spelled it was so dif.- the Russian tfoeL a
eerdnt rom the wyMy r. Webster spelled it. So Jack settled on theyPool t e twigence
the Mabe way every time and he set the type the same way every ng at three or U s. a,
tr and that was fine on account ot the fo4ka knew what to a,,,.gotsth.
.An Mister, that's more than you can say far yore paper. Now out the i&AoA AAsesm BA A
tie you near missed that story I sent you about the stalls in geon cla.s ind d B RUARI
ft4A Office and gobbled it up ana set one line on top of ol. So.ie agents iM the Red
tote And left oat some lines entirely and miss spelled the words zone. This Paul ReSer oer -
1 a *Mst s spell would of made JacK Scatterwood close up shop. tion tvans the undbr#ound .; '... "
SM on accolI Ot of re A nice young feller and don't charge in certain citfe, to be aelvgi 1jW YORK.-t had a d-gfB, dear, and I hope minded hem
me d ng fer p ntin these letters. Ill tell you what Im gonna of so-and-so,.. Hi d am t.i.so s&,ca pU yot.&you od of turhfli
|o Xlou. Im gonna try to get Jack to come down here to Pan- The man namely always Uba a o Tpet, Ue nae stuff
am And work for you septin type. And Mister, Ill tell you, Jack out to be a Re nt. u anpleasanM and hleleoted to I
can do a better job fer you scroungin down on bis shoulders and neutralizes the ets' effI tO where I wa u u pl d not to. The ~altOr
iettin up type with his socks on that yore man can do with his to spy on the F .ask r a.ttr De. i
pnittens oft an right tooted two. There is .or example t.t n t na V W televistoa, 1I t
An that extrabard fer t left footed man. trlutioa o the .t Ia t dottl 2 a
Sadeye Sam Die. KlelnM .rni ns. tms
one whfoh nthi aOkak
COMMY PRICES 8naln as A I r Ian a e at
pad wore In ast G Oerman thin, plyhlatria
Oentlerdu facI'rles. Small bundles of this Last night 1 .l-hb Sm mw W into
tissa-paper publication are tied ws struggling to loeraay nIWn ie wao Impil
S| e rests of obtalfing a logical and fair set of prc to gs tilled balloons. When the, bleed arrlved. er t we I -i
Sales, we shouldng l)e to citj .ol the fow wind is right 0th balo iana 4th Kqar A tno S I
S 64Ta San I- ernando.1tife pape gfap ofr 1ed o tr' ,-ii..r l'" mrrid. One t iB


qu r ........... .. .4 '.of Red ctories. i t
'T 40 oz. can.,'.: ........ .19 .14 l1os. can But the. -.aderground has a IO
i :r a .43 tube of Pepso- way of getting standard-zed Night before last it wu A iuper
daIM.... ..................... .53 .82 soap only newspapers into the Eastern rotr i uc ch as mlIht hai* J
eil pppe ...................... .10 lb. .29 Zone, too. Couriers from West- a Bavlet a 1 but with one
Pote .W eansa 4O Fa cans 1.00 can e Germany pick up hundred uperb
...............65 lb. of copies of the eoiae s

Rib lamp chops...................... 59 lb. ? too high June Wel r Those In West G tem i oaf orhe cortege of.
Ani juice. 2 one-quart bottles..... .45 .32 each man pel off the front and ore. nt of
Wa r,125 foot roll ..........19 .29 back pages and stuff them with M No
.l... cm................... .5. ... propaganda sheets made up to
cr c :................ .79 ,. 1 .. ppear Ulike the regular'edit oniet. tts
I -pg? m Tihese are tied into undi a n t
price ges aren't limited Thi e are picked und Wn at 1a
Ia I of We dlean potatoes in lln by underground workers.
whilr ttlesu of Pepals cola W Thmy distributed in sl tt d 'bruUe2.r whOl i
u these pia are for NAME brands, tested true. Berin. They can thus be read w n M lay
'i M'1 a under the lnprealson that the comnmisary food come on tram, la restaurants or dur- Cthe 6 of Peter Lr only
do i0e P n Canal beats, that the food rehased through ing luneh hours in shops and faculty ad trlo
S.L :ent contaUet, and that the high )ldlempn isr factories without danger of be- ddete
pr elittmWd. It so, why the iBM? OrAt.' s spotted by the secret poll".y .ON
ed, irtie t aon costs something, W 't eno Taeanti-Communist Worker I Il .' %& at-
to t the highway robbery now e of ta imply reading his dally paper- O- _B,_ft ht_. __est
more cal comments heard regarding price here are ana th gumshoe approaches,
of the general inefficiency and bad buying-the constantly and all-the Worker has to do Is clo se'
consistently rancid bacon as an example. i A ewspaper' and read the re
W- appreciate the fact that there Is an overhead, but is it u f t and back pages.
auch that the Commissary Division can charge nearly 100% over I way to af hun-
retail. competitive states' prices? Rumor has It t Bi. eese cal S.
Iseles were able to take care of their expenses an -. newspaper bu
a tinsd a halgntlion dolna. profit a year. ie unwittlngly p
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from Cristobal with 135 passen- Mrs John F. Greening and, Mr.
gers for New York. and Mrs. Robert B.-Orler;
-Among those on the ship were Mr. and IMrs. Arby A. Hal-
Henry L. Donovan, Communit:. pern, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman A
services Director, who is going to Hammond and 2 children; Miss
the united States for a brief va- Pearl Harper: Miss Julia Helm-
cation. rich: Mrs. Florence Heppler:
The complete passenger list Miss Esther Hermellin; Miss Lil-
follows: lian Hermellin, Dr. and Mrs
NJohn I. Ailgaier; Mr. and Mrs Lewis Herold: Mrs. Louise C.
Howard G. Anderson; Mr. and Hilkerm and daughter; Albert M
Mrs. Alan G. Annold: Sydne'. Hill. Jr : Mrs. Mary V. C. H111l
W. Arias: Peter Arnold; Robert and 2 chUdren: Ross H. Hollo-
Berry: Miss Joann Binns: well: Mrs. F Hunter; and ?Miss
mrs. Carolyn Boatner: Mr. and Mary Hunter.
Mrs. Ernest F. Bratzel and 2 Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Johbn-
ctildren; and Mrs. Florence stona Mr and Mrs.' John .
tt .Kennedy; Mr a Mrs. .V.ar
.Mf and Mrs. Loren Clary- KerruLsh: Mr. Sayah C. Kirby:
Miss Frederica Clause; Miss Judy Miss Ruth Kopf: Thomas C.
Cohen- Dr. and Mrs. Hjman Co- Lear: Miss Virginia Loomts; Miss.
lin; Miss Ethel-.Cpnvery; John Helen Lucalre; Mr. and Mrs. Jo-I
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Oit' IDe Long; Miss Caroline bon and Miss Mary L. McNama-
Deoeake; Mr. and Mrs. Henry ra; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Magri:
L. Donovan and daughter; Mr. Leonard N. Martin; Mrs. Ger-
aad- Mrs. Jesse E. Doughlass; Jaldine Mittktfi- Mr. and Mrs.
Miss Jean Drewett; and Missi Leslie G. Mintkenbaugh; and,
Barbara C. Dziak; Ernest P. Muzzlo;
Mr. and Mrs. Eric A. Fager- Dr. and Mrs. Herbert L Phil-:
berg; and Miss Donna Kay Fish- lips; Howard C. Pritham: Mr.
er; Mrs. Marguerite M. Fitzpa- and Mrs. Robert L. Rankin and
trick; Mr. and Mrs. Eric E. son; Mr. and Mrs. Norman E.
Rocker and grandson:
Donald E. Sebastian; Miss Lil-
0BkritAons Brea l an Schwarz; Miss Bertha See-
Britons Break Out er; Miss Edith Shapiro; Miss
Nomi Shapiro; Frank R. ahea"
In Baffle Over New Mrd.
Thomas E, Spencer and 2 sons;
Mrs. BerthgStolne Abd Paul U.
Short Skirt Trend St Bertha t to md Paul
Mr. and Mrs. Wormah A. Ter-
ry: Mrs. Regina Thomason; Miss
LONDON, July 31 (UP) The Sara Tolchinsky; Mr. and Mrs.
battle of Britain broke out to- Frank Turman; Mr. and Mrs.
day as hopping-mad british Jacobus V ch: Miss Eleanor
women and dress makers fought Welde; an J e A. Willis and
back savagely at a paris-inspir- son. .
ed invasion of short skirts.
Norman Hartnell the Queens
dressmaker, sounded the rebel T' '
yell. in defiance of style crea- T
tor Christian Dior. Hartnell an- ATHENS. Ga. (UPl-..- hT
n-ounced that his hemlines will Athens City Lines asked
stay right where theory are-at, council If it could add ta
sildcalf. to its bus line operations.
"Anything shorter would be local cab firms Immediately ask-
tgly," he declared. ed permission ftlipassen-
"I don't like it and won't wear ger buses N-" t 'fs
it," agreed Liady Lowson, form- :routes. .
er Lord Mayoress of London.
"'It's horrible," said film star
Valerie Hobson.
Mrs. Douglas Fairbanks said '
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horror." I
"I've worn my skirts long- -
14 inches from the ground-for .
15 years and I'm not going to i TR S NEW
cl-ange now," she said.
*he voices of Britain's big GENTLER CREAMR
ei ven-the Incorporated Socle- ; :,
ty of Loneon Fiashion Design- DEOlOyR A-
er-,was almost unanimous:
"The knpe-length skirts were
in the ugliest period in dress,"
declared Digby Morton. "Our
customers will not shorten
their akits -with a- coal short- checks perspiration odor
agc threatened."
'Nobody wants to go back to the oothn way/
thi near knee length." agreed .
Charles. Creed. -Tt doesn't make Made with "face Crt base,
sense." Soft. entle, soothing t noral
*Women. having once been skin. No harsu ingredients i
alaves to a v.-ry ugly fashion ausemirritation. Won'troterfade.
will be very Icath to shorten fabrics. Sure protection.
skirts again." said Michael I besorjar
She rard.or .
Bq.t despite the general out- -
cry Dior found sotne allies in
Britain-almost all males.
"l- like them, shortrt" said
Loadone r Efb WilkJinann
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Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3109.


PROPAOANIM
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FOR SALE
Household
Ask About Our
THREEE STRIKES
CHRISTMAS CLUB
Bazar Americano"
Panama (r Colon
FOR SALE -Westina.house refriger-
ator 9 cu. It 25 Cy. Porcelain
$100.00 Call 2,3062 Balboa.
0778-B, W.IIamson Place after
4.00 p. m.
-OR E:-Librarf table. 2 w.cker
chairs. Wicker table Mahogony
dining table. 2 mahogany table
lamps. Cabinet 2 end tables. 3
liers. All ,ool plain grey 12 x 15
rug. cheap. Telephone 2-4175
after 430 m. House 356 Apt.
6. Ancon
COR SALE -Westir.ghou.e refriger-
otc.r, 2' cacle. 712 cubic feet;
porcelao. bo. guarantee on sealed
unir. I..-C Galon or phone
Bilboo 3 63 after 5.30 p. m.
Available immediately.
FOP SALE Double Beds iCom-;
pleteI $48 00, S ngle $33.00;
Chol.' $2.00, Sacr.ficing Word-
robes from $1800 and China
Cl..eis tram $4, 00 iOverstockedi
Tables frcm S3 50, Dining Sets
Clo.es fc.rm $35 00 1Overstockedl
S59 00 ona $69.00. Electric Stoves
* IGuaranteedi $25 00 and $35.-
" 00. Brand New Overstuffed Sec-
tional L.vingroom Suites 15 Pc.).
ONLY $184 50. Many other bar-
gains in new, used, and recondi-
tioned furniture
CASH OR CREDIT
We Deliver
HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE iHX,
41 Auto Row. Tel. 3-491 1. We alsoI
Reupholster and Slip Cover. Call
for Free Estimate
POP. SALE __Rattan I.v rgroom set.4
dn ngroom j et, radio, beds. night
tab!e-, couch m-sc Househo'd.
House 129-B, Curundu. Phone 83-
5235.
FOR SALE. G. E wringer type
washing machine. 60 cycle, used
6 months. 0777-C. W.Iliamson
Place, Balboa. pl. 2-3343. matter
4 p. m.
R SALE -Bamboo set 4 piece
1: $28. Dining table and 4 chairs
S40. Wicker furniture. 4 pieces.
$25. Apply 0313, Cable Heights.
Ancon
LR SALE.-Servel, 25 or 69 cycle.
S M.eonversion. sible. .^11ama,
2-0690. 9 -12.
fR. SALE:-Double bed complete
with pillows $17.50. Two new Lla-
ma wool blankets $15.00 each
1416-D Corr St. 2-2920.'
SALE:-G. E. refrigerator, 25
I cytle.all porcelain. Excellent con-
I d Calol 2-4335. House 5716
0 Heights. Apt. D.


FbR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Automobiles ma "a M. a d, *_ i
FOR SALEI:-1952 eenvethle Hill- N AD-Z
man, like new. WM 8 11111. ,
offer kes it. Goms e, 2 DR. WNDEM E. Clinic,
Central Avenue, Pdme. Central A te ,K Street Car. Ir
FOR SALE: 1949i ., ner. Telephone^ a479. Panarmas.
Seden, super, dynaflow, mdl. x- Ask Aboua Our
eallent rubber, plus maglnfieemt THRE STRIKES re
uphlstery work. Smeeo y Hum- CHRISTMAS CLU, ",
nicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. "Bazar Americano'
Tel. 800 Celon. Panama & Colon
FOR SALE.-1951 Chevrolet 2 tone A VISIT TO TlNl SAN VT
green, fully equipped, $1 425. ISLANDS! AUGUI t '..*
0777 Apt. L, .Wlliamson Plaoc, The trip of yow lik A Jungle jid ,d
Balboa 421 1. Jaunt thru tife Pandro Coool to .-
Ion, Son Blas and Porte Bellol" A 3
FOR SALE:-I 40 Ferd 4-doear day trip aboard the Hotel El Panoa. &
dab. exedlehti buy for servicem l. Pescadora. Leave Balbea Fridy 4
with eltmick *ain. Must be rn. im., arrive Colon 2:30 p. m.,l
Smeet y Hummieutt S. A. 16th Ste Colon 9:30 p. m. for San Bias and
Central Ave. 800, Celom. Porto Bello. returning Colon Sunday
FOR SALE:-1950 Nash, radio, o. d. afternoon. Throu r the- Canal Mon.
reclining seat bed, etc. 1950 Har- day 6 a. m. mning to Ba l A m
ley-Davidson "74.' Hvdraglide, to- Meals cateeld 1 Pdramo. Briln O h,
ley-Davidson 474' Hydrogllde, all slacks, shorts, .-t1hiiuclt, ocket,
parts extras P. H. 2227. Kells, Al- flippers and PI for underwater
brook Fir aon fishing, and your remain eand relI ? '
Sof colQr .ilm. lease peeki reserva- '. '
R SALE:-1949 Buick Ceonvertible htons eIrj thi r Trv(I '
w-w tires. ew pali ff only $1.- Agent, or ngl ac t Pan- g
295.00. Sme & H nictH S. A. aoma 3-16 for groups
16th. St. Central Ave. Coleo. of 10 to 14 .
FOR SALE.-1951 Chevrolet 2-door Try lykL [
. Sedan, power glide, radio, fine wth our my club
upholstery, five good tires. excel- ALMACEN L lIN
lent buy for oaty 1.545.00. Smoot Central
y Hunnmcutt S. A. 16th St. Central
Avenue. Tel. 800 Colon. To M A EA
FOR SALI:-1949 Feed Compe with to i
mdi.. fer only $950.o0. EMSy pay- $126.r
meet, easiy I. Smoeet y Hnumal- $114 M So
cot S. A. 16th. St. Ce tral Ave.. PANAMA DISPA SERVICE
Cel6n. telephone -1655., ,
FOR SALE-1950 Pont.ac. new tires. SPECIAL EXCUSIONS vio LAC
excellent condition. 1950 Ford PANAMA-rXICO o m'y
Pack-up. House 2129-B, Curundu. round trip 35 (15 d li I eon,
Phone 83-5235. $165, good one year; to L FS t#
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick 2-doea ANGEL, one way, 159.25 rt -O
Sdgen. super with vMadi nd n w trip 5268.64 190 day limit. i FOR
tires. Gerenteed. easy paymn ame Dispatch Srvice, 36 Avenolo
pis.. SosoYHnn, iecS.y s A. Nacioial (Automobile Raw;. T61. Mai,
16th. St. Central Ave.. TeL 00. Panama 2-1655. Just
Celen. CIVILIAN EMPLOYS let
FOR SALE 5t Fi T Ave
Todilored seot overs rau io.w' FOR
tIres. Pr.tea for quick sale, $1,095. Your 25% Differential i safe roo
Phone Albrogk 6224 fr eonetir year ...... Car
FOR SALE-Late i 5 Ddge rT oiisr f .- .er iFO-S
dear. Create, field I e Trvee Visr
8.000 msle. like mnew To .if dfl0lr Federt ai
needed. p ,49@00. T bee* q u _ain thel
2-31734..-_ +ei s -

FOR SALE ly$ cva i service pl.c,.
The reg I "er m-- thly meeting of
N uc aneous Lacl 595, N. F. F. I. will held --
-- at the'e Cbhiv ChivelaublMee t2 ATTE
THREE STRIKES shorlt b eiees meeting tl h me
CHRISTMAS CLUB rfeleasents to celebrate ue y 's4.r.
"Bazar Americano" acsmpilletlmens. FOR I
Panbma & Colon FO


RO 3SALE: wararobe, $1 uu5 00;- BVRY l
Chest of Drawers, oak, $3.00; FOR SALE:-Whirlpool washer. 25 EVERY M BER
Chipn Closet, mahogany $1500, cycle. Used six times. Excellent BRING A NEW MIMBER
Piorin n'top ltchen table with 4' condition, $120. Novy 3506, 4 to ON
ohi $15 00; Veneer libroar 8 P.. TON NAONAL Bll -
libra s ry_ -152 rris Convert- TION 5 ,lEDERAL ..
^W .arved legs. $20.00; Carved FOR SALE-1952 Mrrs Convert-
Mflj p, $10.00; Piano $100- ible, 7,000 miles $80.00. 25 cyl. Po ti Off ed
0 ose 5459. Diablo, 2-1310 West.nghcuse refrigrator. Both
Everfngs and Saturday, Sunday. good condition. Tel. 2-2588 after WANTED Office clerk for -
OR SALE:-Refrigerator. 9 cu. ft 6.00 p m. oihcingovertnd-typec fleag.
Westinghouse, 11 months guaran- FOR SALE- 1951 Chevrolet Poeg ish a E N pe Sct
F1951ddChevroletPl Elish and Spanish, Shortha
tee, S100.00. Bedroom suite $85.- Glide 4-door Sedan, plastic Ret both languages, ele ar
00. ret Venetian Blinds for 4 cover, .nd undersealed. Exsllent counting if possible r
femr house: 8 window sizes and condition $135000, G. E. Port- r preferred. P '.
3, t. porch size, $60.00. House able sewing machine 25-60 cycle
Rio0"n, RGrande, PedroM MguelW lunO PdRos..2-014re.
210r. Ro Graonde, Pedro Miguel F$30.00. Phone CrLstobal 3-1411.
SFOR SALE: Small upright piano. FOR RENT
Chesterfield and choir set. table & o ms d
FOR SALE 4 chairs, Pedro guel 212-C, Rio Room
d te"l0 Estate AFO nande, 4-513e. c-G FOR RENT:-Bella Vista cleaon fur-
r rE: r. droo dhaet; 2 dFOR SALEu:-Golf Clubs. Mc. Groor, nd room. Kitchen fsacilkis.
SWer l- 2 bedroom chalnet 2 4 woods, 9 fron, wedge & pu* fcreafrigerator. 43rdo St. o.
bathbosms. vingroom. diningroom, Leather bag. $80.00. R-15-B. 0. 4
kitchen, garage, porch for eun- Rousseau.
decig. Ernesto T. Lefevre Avenue wutiuy furnished
No.,". Parque Lelevre. Telephone FOR SALE:-25 Cycle ComeAUrclrk k, kitchen privileges Bella Viz-
3"- 10.2. f.. ., Convertible to 110 volts. 60 cyul kAco Ave. 69 near 43rd St.
na 2E --2 AC. Inquire 2-3341 Ancon. Pho, 3-0553.
LE:-House in San Francisco Phone 3-03.
E oleta. 61K Avenue. 2 bed- FOR SALE: Fine canares. PoliceT r NT:- Famished oom
re, arde. chaid Hdo n dog. Enquire gencias Cosmos.
4. Bery lovely kitchen; servant's Telephone 1-237o. 7 p 1 r ator privilege. 45n HSt
crndgarage. Camilo A. Porres, We offer brand new RCA Victor No. atl irG.
rrlrf. Tel. 3-0434. records, popular English music at
10~ a piece. Also Spanish at 20 dum-- 4"black from Zone.
R a piece. La Postal No. 68. Cehta lldWl efer No.
FOR SALEAvenu Telephone 2 2814. Apt.
Boatsl & Motors. O Sr -mished room With
oatr & Motor FOR SALE: Set of home Univer- .-ol .
JOR SALE:-22 foot fishing cruiser, sity Encyclopedio. Phone 2-4442. 3S rA
65 P. Willys sea leop mot. FOR SALE:-Crosle'y console 6 Cyl. FOR Re qT Cangre.i. Nicely fur-
POrf ct condition. Sleeps two. Col 3 Speed automatic record chanr. nleolsf desire
StAnlv., Balboa Ylcht Club, 2693 Call Baboa 2-4T72.7ifd19"
OF Panama 2-2341. .. 1693.
SrBPnm -2341. FOR SALE:-Piano Upright lrond,
r SALE: 3 foout baset, brand $150.00. Invalid's wheel choir, re- fOR RENT
S 3 garden chairs o se 1 550- frlgerotcr, cycles, bbW crib. .
ll, Balboa, phone 2-1358. Telephone 916, Colon. J d neous
.,$AL.E.-20 Ft Cabin Launch FOR SALE!--Coel-Pupes, black FOR fRNT; A .1953. Plumouths In
POP-pop motor and hull in A-i 16 champ.. 2 Internationol champ, NOw York. Will deliver and pick-
ndition, complete equipped for $40. and $50. Phone 83-421. upt pr or hotel. G. E.
r fi g over n 'ght camping. 5 15-B.. ujdu 4S.
UMof Gotun Tarpon Club'i pe7-e"t
-- "- condition. House 7953-B, Li soca T d
Fr SA d. Te.. pon.2.-7.
FOR SALE FOR SALE: Thirty foot Al A
II1oleee|- aluminum l,( P tomxi t 'o
rea mount bem rotator. Lysco cl p, __
modur-IM".-Cu*nb oa. s-t e t. saiz.
A11h. 351. Or Crl' bmik 3-1345. 3173.
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id's ronm, garage, hot water,
t built, San Fras csco dela Ca-
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MOVIES TV RADIO AevHINGoTON.~ ily s3 (UP)
...!rheodore C ibert, form-
by skine Johnon eew York radio execCut",
So waJwinamed today to as0 C
Robert L. Johnson as
IILLYWOOD--tNEA- Guys, "A bartender is the only-psy- the controversial overseass l -
Dolls: Rooert Cummings is chiatrist who works In .. formation program,.
king top M new sponsor for apron." In announcing tit a8, ilnt-
I v sllow, "My Beroe," but -oOo- meat, which must ', confrm-
er a wile season on the air Mona Freeman left Para- ed by the Senate,- Prehident
s convinced that television mount when newcomers, like Elsenhower said thegprogram
S helped his movie career Audrey Hepburn were given the has "never carried r heavier
re aa~anythiig else. grow nup, sophisticated roles she responsibility than it does now."
e l4he kind of comedy yearned for. But she admits Johnson, president of the
we e ben waiting for op- allure so far in latching ont Temple Universty, resignedre-
ite Mare Wilson in Marry to mature parts. for reasons of health, ef-
Again" and be says: But I don't care much," she y fe tomorrow.
"| qn I started doing "My confessed. "If It hippens-- one of his last offillr
rd' people said It would oe iir.e t, Johnson today named.
e h or me; that I'd be The "Dear Bratt" glh 't. members of a committee to he
tcbaled by the fllm studios, mar:. many films aer Informaton program sho
t I'd ever work in movies ne RKO contract, but as otter nations the moial had
ain. Idetinite ideas about foolish spiritual side of the United
4ia f rred it wa a free coutn- siars who play in indifferent States.
t a pltures just to keep n the Strelbert has been In Ger-
t& and that I'd try TV any- puolic eye, keep the
Water a yearof it, umy A says, "That's uicde many recently as a consultant
W, Alte A year o i, my ona says, "That's suicide on public affairs to U. 8. High
Sc SUm nup and I can pick these days. You have to pick Commissioner James Conant.
ri .u0i-T. he Best thing of and choose if you are going to
I that none of the studies stay in the film industry. YP
mk g me to repeat my Bean- have to be positive It's a good MAY BE THEY WER SLOW
m part. picture. If it's not the best,
_0 -oO- nobody's going to see it." I KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) -
Male fashion note: Errol o- Isabeldore Rosenblatt wonder-
rnn is reaunclilng the turtle- Suggestion for tightwads too ed if it was an unconscious com-
sweater, pinstriped VER heap to take their girl friends mentary on the state of things
I ALLY. to see Cinerama: when she saw this sign p0tta
S -o Take 'err on roller coaster at a city excavation job: 'sw'
;tusty, blonde Cleo Moore is rides instead. men working." No comma.-
ing tL be iar happier about
acting career A& pictures a.I*
Scha in movie censor- Cuban Air Force Machineguns
LLe Jane Russell, Cleo has '
Thecesors gve me a ter- Vesse O rate B
e time,' she told me on the
.of "Salt." 0
,It a girl In Hollywood isL -
y the censors wanto to cov- HAVANA. July 31 iUP) machinegun fire were reported
'up and minimize. But if a Cuban airforce planes machine- aboard the Babe.
] is flat-chested, the censors gunned two small vessels of I C. E. Hamilton, offttlal of a
11 let her wear falsies that the west coast of Cuba Wednes- Tampa importing firm' which
Ik away out. Can you explain day and wounded three crew- operated one of the boats, pro-
L1t I can t." men. tested the attack to the Cuban
consuls in Miami and Tamlpa,
OPES PUBLIC FORGETS (Reports from Tampa, Fla,. to Sen. Spessard HouiLd (D-
Said the vessels were banana Fla.), and to Honduran consuls.
pernando Lamas is hoping boats operated by Florida firms Hamilton's vessel, the Babe,
public gradually will for- under foreign flags. Radio m.es- was flying the Honduran fag.
that MGM first beat the sages from the vesoelks adld, pi The Benson was flying the j
lum for him as young Ezlu Cuban plan.mes anticipated in Liberian flag.
aa. the attack pnd three crewmen Hamilton theorized that the
la new adjusted contract were "badly" wounded.) barnna boats were suspected
tsh the studio carries with it Cuban naval vessels were re- off "carrying -contraband" near
n. understanding that he can ported escorting the two boats the tense Cuban island where a
awmh-buckle to his heart's con- into Puerto de la Fe. a small re-olt was put down earlier this
WUt on the screen instead of north in westermoat pinar del wetk. ,


IE as he did in "Ric
and Pretty" and "Ti
Widow."
"I was never a singer in tl
place. It was silly to try
e me one, because I don
xre about it."
Now working in "Lost Trea
" the Amazon" at Par
*fodt, Lamas says he ml
fve to sing a little in "Ro
arie" but: "I don't want
9 sold as a singer."
S' I -oO.--
-Ida Lupino is back to emon
again, In "The Bigamist
ch she's also directing. Bi
D's blinking wonderingly s
who comment that the
iUn she would retire fro:
-up after the rave notice
rher direction of "The Hitcl
er."
*There's many a performan(
t in Ida. she insists. "Only
t 'to play a bad woman
as I did in "They Dri'
SNight" and "Ladies in Re
ent."
y ng the distraught won
's about to be murder
hired man is not for m
Q0lose the woman, the be
It's an awful chore for m
vear'a despairing look."
DOESN'T TICK
maazines planning t
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Tied, "What Makes Rose
ey Tick?" are out
's coatar in "Re
plumb mystified b
's demeanor.
he was age l
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he Rio vine. The Cuban coast guard has fronts.
The government said the' raomised to.. board their Tbe McM
he "landing craft type ships" were and remove the wounded men cesed
to found maneuvering suspiciously to a hospital, Hamilton said. He of bel
n't within jurisdictionrl waters off Identified the casualties as makin
the west coast of Pinar del Rio. Vihan Eubanks of Honduias, The
s- They were identified as former nd A ph Christian, both chael
a- troop carriers, the 794-ton Ba1 West IIdn islanders. They
IY and the 400-ton Benson. nl~ 'Sdly? hWti sal al
se The three casualties of th' "" Th att&ak wwds 'tt0otd
to radio messages from Capt. Member
John Cooper of the Babe to the Leonar
Senator Taft Hamilton firm and from the ntng J
it- master of the Benson to that secretly
L," (Continued from Page 1) vessel's operators In Jackson- been a
t manner vh. .
t and. towatt nf h d' 'ban pat 1 b:14 w d 'iv#
Y tinguished cztreS a3 searches anotherots of a
es even venera on. boats in the same area several
h- As majority leader, he became days ago. Hamilton reported, The
the bulwark of support In the but permitted it to proceed. said th
ce Senate for President Elsenhow- laurence Low, president of a false
1 er, the man who had, defeated the Dow-Jenkis importing firm try" wl
an him for the 1952 nomination. It in Jacksonville, said the Ben- and 8-
ve was a heart-breaking defeat for son's master reported the at- the rad
Taft, who had been campaigning tack came about 7:30 a. m. Rep.
for months. But "Mr. Republi- yesterday. He said his own boat Calif.)
can" plunged ahead on his last received several bullet holes on member
d ambition: to help make the new the starboard. The Benson was but Me
ed GOP administration a success, en route to Ecuador for a ban- "release
e. Taft's death could give the ana cargo and the Babe was en "It h
Democrats a chance to try to route back to Tampa. may be
e take control of Je SeCpte. C. S. Jenkins. Dow's partner, qulilstic
If Ohio Gov. J3. LLausche, said that the Coast Guard had true,"
a Democrat. point a been informed by the' Cuban Univeral
Democrat to succeed Taft. that consulate In Miami that the tnder
to would make the Senate political vessels which were reported at- McMich
Salignment 48 Democrats, 47 Re- tacked were not flying the rec
ea publleans and one Independent. United States flao and '%re Ing of t
H however, political observers In none of our business." The at
SOhio said they would not beboats were under lease to the of
surPrised .. Lauache named an Flnrida operators, however. peates
d Idendepede or a Republican. Jeukings said he would appeal meeting
2y The Independent Senator, to Plorida senators to seek pro- been at
Wayhe Morse of Oregon, has said tection of his charter because Commi
She wouldvote to keep the Re- if others ohis vessels n the his d
i Taft was one, of the most out are are fired on "it might put there.
It spoken men d1lNttles., as d one us out- of business. he a
>trleas spectacle&Mer d often *&a v a Pr ....
oAjf of.the best f .....l..e wore.Cn. U p ac
to wore the same pair of "all pu r- X=W BRITAM. Conn, (UP) He sain
Ah golf courCa e ,eneletI Oambridge told a Do- against
O When Triatjhoufi6 he0a lice court Judwe he didn't like resolute
" T ")'su ,hew'a. cemen. The Judge, before..m!j
V giving up the Moor leadership, en, ir at brlan e u e, Mefor1
S- sed. Lyndon Johnson of Tex- on a"1 i-I
e as. the Senate Democratic lead- asked him wbV ,u'-Cambrldge "lying"
er. said in a speech: relied. "I lup oo m" "'hedre nhe ki
"No more honorable man than cave him a S0-da 1tI hseitence her -(
it Bob Taft ever has sat as a Senate Le him O ntm stce eae
leader of eit' r rhim to contemplate a change Laue
S .of, piOoLhe

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was ever a Commnust. 1
denmsseced the House Un -,
mer idf Activities Coamnittte
circulating "a falE charges
children heard on the ra
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test to prove his statenut I
Chairman Harold H. VeldW%
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for that.
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show off their strength, she demonstrates henry by attaching a 66-pound
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shou|jIo receive plenty of Mazuera is next with seven, Ro-
bacqlropo II, down In class, land Loper Oil has six and the
coul be'the surprise horse un- veteran Bravo has only five.
der Re handling of hustling This card should produce some
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The disappointing Viajero, plete with smashing upsets.


All-Stars Vs Naval Station

Tonight At Margarita Gym
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night is a big night in the
ntic. Basketball Lea g u e.
e a.cage play in the Gold
'isLoop. It will be somewhat
a repeat performance of last
ar'f lnale, for though only
to cagrs on this year's cham-
iship team played on the
Lval Station team of 1952, they
seceded n taking the travel-
k trophy for the second con-
outlve year. Bill Scaggs will
teive the trophy for the
amps. and each player will be
fS d a gold ball.
Elminary egagement of
at to -d nt follow-
on the basketball scene will
the night's activities. Two
of young cagers. future
enders of the Atlantic side's
to basketball superiority,
meet at 7 D.m. They are the
League teams from the
er recreation program
a quintet fom Margarita
a on Cristobal's lunior size
etballers from the "C" loop.
who have seem some of
Summer recreation activities
the Atlantic Side know that
youngsters will nut n a
of basketbalfkill that'at-
s the future of Cristobal on
hardwood.
allowing the "C" League
e will be the uresentatlon of
s. In addition to Navy's
lonshin trophy. Noel Gib-
Gibraltar's hibh-scorina
ard will, for the second
many years, be nre.r
with the league's top-
azer award.
After the short ceremony
mich will accomnanv the ore-
mtation of awards, Naval Sta-
m's championship ulntet will
ke to the hardwood of the
arrarita avm, pibably for the
It time this year, barine the
mi'blllties of any exhibition
maests. Naval Station's op-
laents will be an All-Rtar 'a-
egation selected by the five
pagers of the losIng clubs.
The players .thal will face
e champs need not be told of
e formidable power they are
face in tonight' contest. Too
ten have they already seen
0d felt the scoring power of


Jerry Seltzer; the smooth ball-
handling of Donaldson and
deadly shooting of Lott and
Minor. Scrappy little Steve Maj-
zel makes up the fifth man of
the starting five for the tars.
In Jerry Stelzer Naval Station
has the second highest scorer
in the loop with 274 points.
Many a ball game has been won
in the eipsng minutes due
directly to the cool and effective
play of Donaldsodn. Among Don-
aldson. Minor and Lott there Is
an even balance of offensive
power with 1537' 142 and 125
points rea r j o .
A quick glance down the line-
ups of the All-Stars and Naval
Station- would Indicate that to-
nignt's game will be a battle of
sharp-ahootera and should re-
sult in a high-scoring affair
This is due to the lack of mans
defense players throughout boti
rosters., p i '
Bremer Jorstad, manager of
the amazingly successful Pow-
ells five, has been chosen by the
League Officials to be at the
helm of the,AM-taXB. Picked
finish far ofTM pace, Jorstad'I
Powell quintet ended up a goo3
fourth and more often than not
struck terror into the hearts of
the league-leaders. As a matter
of fact. Naval Station them-
selves, though defeating Powells
twice, never- onee had an eas
time doing so. Both Powell'
losses to the champs fell abouf
three minute ahort of a vi
when the fourth-placers folded
in the closing minutes of the
vame. And on one other ocas-
slon they did come through to
hand the chmfite a lacing and
a seriousetback their drie
to the iNg title. .
All Indications are that to-
night's game will be a crowd-
pleaser and a fitting farewell to
the '53 cage loop. Game time
remains at 7 p.m. for the "C"
leaguers, a popular prices
which ha'e Jy:iid all season
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1st Race "G" Native 1 Fgs. Purge: M75.00 Pool del '
Firdt Racee of the Ihuble. ;i
1-Mufieco O. Masera 114 --Has outside chance 0-1
2-Regia R. L. Oil 105 -Will force early paee 10-1
3-(Duque J. Chuna 105 -Rates good chance A1i
4-(Volador R. nue. 15x-Is hard to beat '
5-Bhjagual J. Bravo lIb -Mutuels choice 3-2
6-Juan Hulncho J. -Phl. 110 -4Danger card. 8
7--Camaron B. 'Agul. 110 -peter each time .
8--Golden Tip F. H1dal. 10s'-Ldngsbot possibility 5-1.
Snd Race "G" Native 7 FS.Lg fe: $275.00 Pool closes r1:1'
WSeuead Rae* of t' Double
I-Tap Lady R. Guera m104X would do much better 4. *
a-Souvenir L. TuAfiM 10f aids better Jockey 1-
3-Recodo H. aayes tltx-Not in this class 1-
4-Resorte B. Ortega 202x-Wat win if in mood -1
5-Campesino I. Dario 60 -Iuat break well 4-1
6-La Gring O0. Mansma 110 -,, was revealing qVu..
7-Romantico Bi Pulido 110 -D ce to liking 4-
3rd Race "H" Native, 4% Fls.PwM e $275.00 Pool closest M4S
O TWO
1--irena B. ulldeo 112 -Journey seems short 5*
2-Curandero L. Tuition I good enough
3-Piropo 0. Castlo 113 -an great speed
4-Con Valor II Mena R. 100x-Racing consistently well 4-1
5-Simple Win B. AguL 115 -axcluded from betting
6-Avivato F. Hdal. 113x-Seem sure thing 8-i
7-Buddy Bear Z. Orte. 105x-Has outside chance 10-1
Note: Simple Win rwms out of
betting.
4th Race "C" Natle- 7 F Pure: $325.00 Pool close: 2:M0
1-Amazona V. -tega 120 --Always dangerous 101
2-La Enea B. Agui. 112 -,Can be beaten 12
3-Biscaya 0. o 112. -In top form -1
4-Golden Pick ., Orte. 103z-4acks real class W1
5-Golden Fan A. Vas. 118 -Wil fight it out 4-1
6-Don Jalme H.- Reys 117x-Not ready yet 1._
7-Marflu -R..I, i 103 --Mast improve more 1.-1


5th Race "D" Native 1 MItePue: $300.00 Pool eloses: 2S:S
1-Winsaba ., Aiul. 118 --hould beat these 3-1.
2-Tuira R. ei. 100k-Getting ripe again 321
3-Filon 7. Oongo. lOTx(-m tance handicaps 10-1
4-Manolete F.: y. -oft hng to recommend ;-1I
5--Annie N 0. 1 11 --t strong finisher 3-2
6-Miranda R..L. X 1O 106 -Ay tme now 5-.
6th Race '1" Importe 9% Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: ::U
FiSt Race of the Double
1-Delhia B. PuBdo 112 -Not much to beat 1-1
2-Goylto F. R. s 115 -4n new hands now 15-1
3-Bartolo J. Bravo 110 -Jockey will help .3-1
4--Black B. 0. Mauera 118 -Has good chance 3-1
5-Wild Wire F. Hidal. 1031-Not good enough 10-1
6-Roscrea B. Agulxe. 114-Returns in shape 3-1
7th Race "H" Imported 6% FPp.Purse: $4.00 Pool closes: 4:N
Becond.Raoe-of the Double
1-Slsmo F. Rose 110 -Figres on form 4-1
2-Mlmo L.-R. Jara 112 -Rider handleaps. 1014
3-Mss Fairfax B. AguLI 120 -Will win soon 4-1

-The Dauber C. Igl. 115 --eld m m tough 1-1
7-State Barge V. Cas. 115 -Returns in form, eve
8-Mon Etolle A. Vas. 118 -Distane bandcap 10-1.
8th Race "I" Imported 6 Fgs.Purse: 1375.5 Peel elomse: 4:
lI-Interlude Gongo. 06- one reay .
2-Levadura L Brayol.m l h ele

5-Mallin B. Pulido 11t -favolte as usual
6--Florera F. Hidal. 10x-Speed to burn
7-Cafionazo H. Ruizr 9z-Not ready yet
9th Race "I" Imported 7 Fg.Pursem: Pool P e dem: 5M
1l-Porter's Star H. Ruiz lls--Longaphot poebWt -" 18V
2-Invernal C. Lino 106 -Will soon be ready 10
3-Legal Frolic B. Agul. 110 -Will force the pace 3-
4-Mingo L. Tunon 105x-Needs better rider' 154
5-Trafalgar A. Rodri. 116 -Could spring surprise 15-1 -
6-Welsh Fox A. Vas. 120 -Hard bet 3-1
7-(Inheritor 0. Mauera 115 pr steadily eve
8- (Agate JLR. fOU 108 -Wlii M entrymtd eveA
9-eedujno 1. ufao 118 -Dro l-cl a 5-1
10-Jublbe Lady MU.,Nurgy 115 -Not rsp *!. 30-1
10th Race "N" Imported 68% Fg .Pune: -j .P4O Pool eclm:: 5:4
1-Relampago II R.L. Oil 118 --Muc h tin d o
2-Car de Gato B. Agul. 118 -Dropp .ela 1
3--Golden Tap F. Hidal. 107x-Has ~ baJkck 10-1
4-R. Claim 0. Mazuera 106 --pan -na 8-1
5-Peetero H. Ruiz 110x1,Joodac i 10-1
6-Vampiresa J. Jime. 110x--Be4ggW 8-1
7-R. Gambler B. PulIdo 115 --Ho 1 t 3-1
8-Pincelao G. Oraell 118 -In.4h 10-1
9-Corista V. Casti. 116 -CouIA- t=depe 8-1
10-L. Martha 0. Castillo 108 -Has gpod ii 10-1


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2-Vlajero 0. Mazuera 110 -
3-C'oq:Au Vin J. Bravo 115 -
4-Grisu A. Vas. 112 -
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? *' TWENTY-EIGHr' YEAR PANAMA. R. P.. FRIDAY, JULY 31, 1953 MXi *.
_WASHINGTON,
Official quarters hi
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BERLIN, July 31-(UP th vancb e au not onlyomia"S
Communists resortedin ad Iabot Cthe eaco Na
seizures of food parcels and conditan th i
S brutal beatings today i, an at he awar
attempt to halt distribution of th th go w Mt he=de
"Eisenhower food parcel to i ident l t heade4
hungry East Germans. ident o wer
The Reds applied strong- a Of filds here said the a
arm tactics after the Unitpid the E6senhower party in
States stepped up its relief Aires itwan -oed to p -dii1
program and announced it sible agment as to
,would supply food to every posts the Peron ad
one of the 18,000,000 Germans er p eo a
S n the Soviet Zone of oceu- that
hpation dhisei e tet n
The crush of East 3ermnins betwe ,E
who defied Red threats nd ri bas
terror to obtain e t food ao- b ah aad,
eels, distributed in the An the cu mgore a
loan, British and French. sector so, and tc reore the t%
i-. the divided city. already ..
was near the he 1.00o.000 mark.
Squads of Communist pollre
S surrounded the railway station
at Potsdam, on the outskirts
of Berlin, and began the
wholesale confiscation -f qll
Elsenhower food" Tound n the
S posession of passengers return-
fg rom West Berlin.
C. 5tmllar neasutres were r-
ported being taken at other
stations.
Identity cards of returning
Germans also were being check-
d and stamped.
s- pot checks, some selzur s of
ood and forced donation" of
d e parcels to a Commir.unist
apgn "for relief of unein- ( A
yed West Berliners had IGNORE COMMUNIST THREATS Thousands of East Berlin resides 9#A thd.-rs
S- n applied earlier this week a West Berlin food distribution ataticn seeking food relQO.p 4akages.,
kBut this was the firs' major a
crackdown by Red au,,nLites Trucks, trains and planes German De-mocratic Republic. boroioday in an efw 10
n the world's longest breaIt- I ~Ished to Berlin the 1,500 "I have acted out of political tlse 1 I. West Ber Ug i
na s worked tons of American food un- ocence nd ure the go- ateed
plans worked cut b loaded p09n eminent of my iot7. I: am fodd
e West Berlin city aeMoton from the go a shpmbr donating my paccg to WeStld daE~ d
S uefnt called for distribu. on o0 can Inventor. Berlin unemployed and pension- .
w.oe00,000 food packages. Three trucks and one rail- ers." v- ,
But so many hundred. of way freight train carrying a Communist terror tates a- c.tried toinci t e
thousands of hungry East Ger- total of 54 tons of lard and against the hungry Me t Ger.- near thePap
Ins have flooded irt, the 60 tons of flour arrived in mans increased daily. Ther the
bit'despite Communist terror Berlin early today after being strongest threat so far to Bri' ue "itors
I the. fiis five days of the passed through Soviet check- Jail food seekers as splel a West ;:Mo.
oS-week. program that a city points. Pan- dLmerican Airways sabotears was mRde its4.tb la
spokesman said today "we now rent three planes carryia food East German pliameu t I by I rally. *I
are ready to issue eve"-' Eart to the city. Politbpro memb Hermnan lf Ja l the border.
n, rman a food package." The Communists used new Materm. og
An estimated 200,000 .act terror tactics yesterday, but He gave this blunt waunitn: _W n.Inployed a *.
(ermans today defied arrest, their efforts were ineffectual Those who go to W .West for Stod0 "I f lt
conficaction, and Commirt,- and the flow of Qermans con- food face Conmnuisr
bhly squad and poured Into tinued --and Increase- fom tion and "liter -o1
4 e West from every Soviet all par tte Soviet zne. able to use the t
gone nook and cranny. By nig .?00,000 East Ger- not kaow of the e, i hoD b the food
They boosted the total since mans had received their five- plns and could not di Into and take
Monday to about 800,000 the pound packages in four cays. through them." the refuse to give 9" 49"
S mark will soar way above the Berlin police said Communist To back up Matern', thres Goue.
..lpllion mark over the week- police at the main East Berlin border police placed ape" f tGermn
i*e when tens of thousands term als confiscated thousands stamps on the identity c w.al
t' workers who have band- of f odpackages after forcing of persons return .4 a :
id together to fight Comma- their owner to sign the fol- food packages. *oqt
:-t terror start their "hung- lo statement: were made and the p en
ie march" on the city. "I have received an AmerL- and rIlo broadcast name ofready tt
The city government expan- can package and in a f*'lendly persons who get the food. and me
jlon of the food program was way I have been informed here The Communists seqt Im
l anounced after the U.8. gov- that this package of e. :ionage picked agitators 4ot an Amer[- beath
eglment said yesterday it is food is tied to treason to the can sector labor office near the a
Wring extending its so-
kta ~ne relief program if Mr.
th o US investment's It LaMnAmercd
donated to East Germans
= a out before the Soviet zone ,-."
rvetcomps In. Need Encouragement rvey Shws
_Dtails of the new city plan
have not been worked out.0
Presumably the present distri
bution term would have to be WASHINGTON, July 31 -. The mrvey's
extended o" some other means (USIS, The continuing need that 41 peW n "o
ftnd of getting the packages and desire for foreign capital investments went to XL"-A-
to the Soviet zone. and technology to speed de- merica n 1929 compared with
to. th on.velopment provides the basis for approximately 40 per entk lh
mutually satisfactory arrange-. 1950.
Balboa VA Office ments between potential United The decline in investments'
SBalboa VA States investors and Latin A- was attributed to the following%
Be In Clubhouse merican nations, a report re- factors-
leased by the US Department of 1. P;114=at 1n14041
commerce states. 2.Bonl aie ap~d Mtted
Balboa Veterans Admdn- The report, first of a three- popular, and 'r ur2i a e s of
traCilon office will be located part study, has a'foreword by some ofthe cou lti rr
an tVe second floor of the Bal- Assistant Secretary of Corm- 3. ae 0te f ren
Clubhouse effect ive Mon- merce Samuel W. Anderson whoIn d Iinntofrncen
y,'lt was announced today bYiaccompanted Dr. Milton Eisen- C orul
H CoxZ Canal e VA shower on his fact-finding mis- fromt nlndoeaet.
retatlve.Csion to South America. It states 5..Th_ __ e ipmon ,or-
SWever the p o office ad-ithat the purpose of the study Is natlonalstion.'
dress and he telephone will e- toIdentify and analyze, in a 6.l larrass t tof foreign
Winlh the same-.. friendly, candid and construc- companies by mO ea of taxes o
The movewillr n.aff n the t e sPirit, the problems chan ohe d alidtory con .
Side, available between 9 a.m. to create a clima re a .- .. t ,--- "h o cnvertibiity. -"
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