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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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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moot was expected to formally reject today @ lbi
claim that U.S. fighters shot down a Soviet Pune
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te'w. g .e"pnsanse." He said the aottkoceccw r
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States protested "in the strongest terms" the 4l--
of on Ame1econ 1-50 bomber by Soviet fighters 3
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John E. Roche, charged that Russian Migs attted
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mea south of the Yalu River." t ea etof the
A Soviet note handed to U.8. 1 8viet pasenges 5
ambassador Charles Bohlen in struction of the plane,
o-isiaIpou M at S Mcow by deputy foreign minis- concluded.
tA d- t And A. Ormyto said the
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ta Cina Dos Korean laid ohlen promised
M Me id cle bute border on Monday at 4:28 a.m. the note to the attention
. qanuli sly," in Rusal also charged In a note government.
a meueal san- yesterday an American B-50 Roche, co-plot of t
i t may be. bomber "violated" Soviet territo- shot down b soviet M-
ry near Vladivostok pn Wednes- said today the
toward day and fired at Soviet nursult In lamn plane "
In tomor. planes "which were forced to re- their .
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Today's soviet note sald our the Missp tcked without aS-
American ghters which had in son or warng Wedne
vaded the territory of the Chi- miles from the Soviet pOrt
nese people's republic attacked Vladivostok.
and phot down In the area of the
E .c. city of .Khu.lan, 11 kilometers Roche ald he had. a
from the Chiaee-Korean bor- "quite a few" Identical
Sder, an 11-1 Soviet passenger over the same Tapan =Se i
x -: plane."' on similar routine nav)atNN
The Russian note said the Roche, who also was shot
plane "was flying a regular over Belgium In 15. was -1
course from Port Arthur to the only member of the 17-lmaIn.
USSR on,.tbhed route. rescued by the U.S. Navy.
Togqetherwt detractlon of
the plane, 15 padaeners end six "Three different typi W'-
mmembe9 of the crew perished. vigatlon shott~ m were *m afl
"The Seviet.government de- off the coast," RIbbe sa
clares t decisive protet against "Norma ee
this piratleal attack by Ameri- for bogls (et= p"W 2,,w
can wafrlane no a oIA e- we saw ol Me-
"segWr B over the tbo rv of ed. I had jui1 lighted a
a.h m .e .e .people's sepUbl,c ette. Sudden. ll bll
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Week by the students of the "Forty-five seconds"lg l_-
COils' Professional School will non fire hit the uma .eW
e underway tomorrow after- engine setting it om mgel hiAat
at 4 p.m. with a "tuna" said. :
l(eet dance) along Central.
,-- "- -- I thousands of Panamanians, He said a
MO LED beer dra ed in polleras and montu- ed fire on t.h".
i alter duty. not, re expected to take part in but apparent
*- the tuna, wtch will start at The bome's
peddling rope 5th of May Plta aind go alone ned off and feU
t in hand- Ceotral Avenue up to Cathedral the sea andhe-
iand water glas- before returning along an- mande sondd the
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,bM YEAR. IN AOVANC, I,34D o By Victor Riesel p. l.
following story is believed bT
many in the German Federal ,-
E (j) (Republic to be the accurate de- manyino the Sel r.
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H E M Amaneuvering and evidence that ,-.ra.O l 0 i1\Ji
there will not be any mass war- 0 ,ii. .A
The Mail DBox as n open tforum for readers u Tlhe Ponama Amer. fare in Europe for another dec-
kea." Letters are received grelefully end are handled in a wholly ceaol- adoe. t dtl
To get it I did what will keep
t yeu cmribute a tr dnt e Impient it It deent appear the M Out of the foreign corre-In'tllviil hl
aw day. Leffters ae published in the order received. norndenth' union despite my-
Plces try to keep the letters limited to one pose Onah. trench coat and Suise porLableoit
Idesitity tof letter writers is held in strictest confsdamen. typewriter. u :o tfouri
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements .as pinions demarcation line to look into
This newspaper ess~umes no *Zdniiiy o aelfl pmn .did not rush to the Berlin
Repressed in letters from readers. I .ast Germany and see the o.jus.
V at Germany and see the or IN 411 d
S -. oS Volkspolizei on Stalin Allee. ut.
I-have been on the Berlin Ex- -
THE LEAST OF THESE..." press. I've crossed the auto- ....
bahns. I've gone through the
Balboa Heights, C,Z. Ruhr, almost mill by mill. I'veThpolitical
gir walked up Miracle Miles of newMw rk M ',1 t* M- a
stores in bombed out cities. I've
vhItirng this letter as an appeal to owners of cars to be seen what many a Soviet agent nouinse the a
more careful in their driving, especially in crowded residential h seen: a
ae western Germany is power- o t I.
Thb morning, our little kitten. Frisky, who was only three house, a reconstruct d, hard777'
Months old, was run over and killed by someone who didn't even money l and of stores ]laden Te. el a
bother to stop. with read, butter and Jewels, o ne R ep eorn b att li-r D r ,_
We buried him up on the hill, putting stones oil his grave. hotels so lush th ley outshine cret Rep B .Wo qei reI
W e ordered a wreath of white flowers. too. Billy, my little broth- t1e g eiest Statler In Los An -re Ir 4, b 1 o1 M .- .mo s. .t
i keas, wos blow becom e b ,m ost-
er, nd some of the neighborhood children knelt while I read part elemink coats. of .nnfull length.. I .
of the burial service from the prayer book. We were all crying, In the shadow of the shat-."
beckuse we were very fond of Frisky. uttered Cologne Cathedral, 've sat- Goof).i ,
The knowledge that things like this happen every day isn't Dutered Cologne Catedral,'vle sat
In labor headquarters so mod-
I suppose really that we're just fortunate that it wasn't a not yet reacheditheU .I've id th l ic "
child who-was run over although it caused almost as much talked to scores of aalonists, thU S
sadneSus,ln our home. Industrialists and political lead- of to is a d A -
ers. Boos el N d0is I, eo ntro t.
Billy's Sister Most of them believe that"iofltNe eto- tork del,.
-- RusSia's old guard, after the do.e ,JKn.!.T.del..ft
death of Stalin. wanted more '. IIdeto i.trol -T
ONE MAN'S VIEWS than anything else to neutralize 2E.411
this new powerhouse in Wept-h
Coco Solo, C.Z. ern Germany before the United ..' ;
31 July 1953 States prevailed on unglandWa of .
air and France to permit. this new "NSbtu s
nation to recruit an army outbe
T 'have been reading your "Mail Box" for over two years now of its 48.00,000 people. r *; '.
nat have found it very interesting and also an excellent method For Russia fears most the 0 i. ,Ut h.
of understanding the people here and their problems. At the risk combination of American in- 6 rI
of fending many of my Pan-Canal friends, I would like to make dustry and the German infanN- yB .ut"o
sevetal observations about some of these problems. tryman. ..
rTherefore, almost immediately,."W.
"419%DifferentiaL: Back in the old days whiea ling.0onlitlons after Stalin died the Kremlin BY, O ,UAR .a
began wooisgorough"and prim .. I... b.t%,w4 4
hJe Wre rough and primitive and there were fqw comforts, a camarilla began wooing oQ pf -- 1.. -,".
25% differential to .attract skilled labor down here was in order. the most powerfulJ forces in .this tt w I--:'the
NfO we have the finest, police force in the world, the most ad- Republic the German labor Education, it seems to mele .thing that e 1 wh'U., "'-.tie-
a methods of handling traffic, a school system better than movement Athe DGB.I. .anot he' hurried overtime or,1" tu h, and o- feawm ple *Ip
anaehdsaofairlyiadetuate-,ommissary system. For young The.D Deuthe. o' .m
t Oht offered in the United States, golf courses, swimming pools, win a-.]ong-term. bet, I -wina bet that one daY' no patter-whattle -ca; of
jub houses, and a fairly adequate commissary system. For young euterBe'the Univrsity Choag Wo a 8 d
penOle born here to enjoy the differential is even more out of werkscha/tbund,i so power- up ae edeaMoa e ind
w~. liilt in Western Germany that can, and go-back. tO-_ .br ft = usinmes of Vi'se 44K.:K mj l''
its Socialist political allies tMa our-year higS a es fat4 a t a
taking, our-y~or ighi~ t]!to Mmra.e-v'o. .A, ...e, u[-.,'. 'I0 .I
Replacement of US Rate by Local Rate: After all, this is Pan- M 1 win the Sejtembet ca.e aI" I
ama and it belongs to the Panamanians. If they can handle here] titodl election and pa state .ootbal. d
a job; why pay some North American extra money to come down '.co-determ.ination" at o- ..1 e_ 11_
be. and endure "hardships. when a local citizen can be employ- in labor as much author An elephant divisiesa .l 11Into tluree uctloaU About-the in .w,. IeA..1 ti&
he a more Interest ior I beied lrton a L ion of local raters the distr hvebuton her ra 1 -eo I -in l oe oI .wa
b o 1canvtakeof the mad Grfanieate as ei*or e he skic wLththe" L,
lr hAmer. ra tie we Stepinthishdrii n de73ec w,' kof ne, .e0tt edae. t,. al. 'r g; 'l.- ,,,
managIep e s ;rt aa e aodnca lly rcms an certn easpe Germen o e o- Yt
r. asnda ye n r ra ss a tonea eearI a0 sha -s .-.felt p ae
ha. h Rent.s: thearshgouldntbe nstate ito corret wo vte yners hav be, reemUP. Ite u h1 .ther or. to muc he,.medn.h a- .
u t m evr mber ianeformaltiosh db f minor hedasn toe oh t beredDont ee ranes lifne theo D a o -&.
e"oul ta'et ome anmbely te fi U w of rd-inhplthe puDi hSovil the the people iiTt. o emM .

a m tlin responsblitr f P -Caisla an. ,th in the woul researd h aodnuartersm is at year.iof b&n.
rt heO rw A Inc head of e r sco r uo o.d a ed 'ee C" Moo
vra yoaten o the fl otie eand .pends most of. hn everywhseren Wes eran y h td s ae
can-These people adre just capable of learf~.g skills and =ro e h e n -the

a t rs quponitie soasfe el slnggeo oFstexnd oe heroursewDvO And Just ets suddenly labor onf, .. .&a

researchr headquIn arters n aei*- .
an who for years has beeht-Yet too ilvaonch dJto afthechinthe -e sled-yfllW-olt ugd Pt iliOT106

master plumber Is neessar to fix minor "hantypeOf sn t o see her Parents Inthoe h f wp3 l to e t OOn weo--I aal' .....
rep: i's.l.,Nexttim ea plunher comes to fix a r e c Soviets d ne. Suddenly, after the two, h-11eZ4col- t1e o t' beca, 'aor / of Me. t ,e In l
w t ,cons~ioit cost Dn-Cana botdeath of 1talln,; ahllwax allw-'ag i8Aiht mt.,.,oS

t t h ast German ca w "

ae ; 1%4go .hbima h atethine frhbpk h
to put irwa sh n a leaOf awret .1Ituna ed In. So were scores of ots aa so
era say lweaor hof th zpaoe will be endanga ll everywhere in West Germany. ingrid e _c aot 4" na kiUnet-. et 1Pio

laO142' 'd awayfrom parpW suThe qn*wh" 2 ieBapmital apA
fties Uied n.Someou eWife suggested that anl houseIve ohAnd Just as suddenly the grow-upna

ftSeutsif cuttig the down. he ts dled
eir homes. BravotheBovietiued German pressface &I orOve1ahigtiredtcatitithwith rlnndam*fl

bq04se Apre ,n'.r1.a
Ru~*Dlli n se:This 14; a laugh. Periodically there comes that certain Ritt German c9 twirla.mNtri o t Ann Ma
out the worde ofrrently pyn ince. w y you know. Per- strUcthon orke in Certl h laun t,,,
r~~ul tSd i theswere critical or sat10 anM'a knee .-via
u m a abou t he United Sta--. u50 08 and s arenlaidthf wornrsmtybee2 of.,hdi.worc. kne .t 4 p .e s w
It's are hired sThe outfI is top heavy with 0nS1rI'seand 12's.of the ir were loadstand were e. ... is a p ti '',because m yea' of educatonU
evidentl t n shou e ob .e s tou ebe, rades Staln'slifae l k. ''ml of *. Ica A In, got '. of ar o h,2;.
disrrofe ta erusiling cutting them down. mtoarsAn ppr oe wOn utsiderth ..cI -" Ic can .. ee ea s ,ti ..
High Rents: It really shouldnt be necessary to comment 0on Two th ings should be remem- quote yo itter 82p et ds'w. an*,
auntr ,ic such discussion wouldhaveaun hedlag. att

Wel n i tly ayn g In ethis waylofakenqteIn tew people Mo.that Sovietst-the ',f thoran
1,are cndrteUntly p tayin inothe w ayoretindth Rep jrultedIn the swift cutting launehled- -at 19, to WfA Mc hd-bitten ... aM t~art.$ clx you ar aty l h-b SP bl 3*
andAa.a "aid. dqw.n of the workers tmselves. wnop f*,""

naat qe uthe Unitewfeslfnound ofouurse onlvtla few Cobl, e mmull t laorD .,CS
Cvivlian Control, of Pan-Canal: I think It would be wise and r 1dy.t4fwCmmlit "lmaa
bestr Interest of the Canal If a permanent head of the Ca- eshere Gany
was a civilian and trained for the job. He could effect aeateherio theaconstructioner ,1-"'.d.thomor",to'..b. .

_: -hi % .,,l : itagU- g
tduuin.Obviously t he Al U.o
er degrree of efficiency than the present method affords. A PINAmnwpperstreswreabi *~uluck hr uh fw a-. 4spo iabwb Ci
trigtolanhi othe O here a chaanc to '-," r' '

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s' 0 ^The Minister of. t apP a Dr. S Lunici Ese and L. Dwight W.
Mrs. Ras. af."ieu_. t argum or3 P.9 to 7: m. f14 .for ~ Information Orcer,
coektall party given in the Balon d ob eAmericas of th Hotel RIB, and Ms. Bta
.A F au .announced the
ow-hr-fmA -their eldest son,
a q Dr. And Mrs. Phillips Officers' Club ron nedy at Jr., to Miss
4 IToUwve I Tennessee 12:30 .m. Op- hostesses will be Cu daughter of
S. M 3: ert Dr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Phil- Mrs. a and Mrs. n erald J.
Dim 3:1-The lips of Corozal sailed Friday Thelma or eig a o
l a Bn u3:30-A Alludl's^ Uaboard the B.S. Ancon for New wedding s
York en route to Bayide, Jungle. Jim" of Hotel l
'Mi shigan, where they will va- Panoama will be te luncheon
-l,4i:M e._ -- ,It e cation for d veral weeks at l hednarrateor and pgit. The bride s as e
S S..-. a theirsmn er dLtage before -r" u.te of Stephen h a
.. ,e -, make their home.e n Can rl O meadeg, o nte Misi. '

..ub... .' -.naa.Cn'l Z ,one ..O d wle.. 1 d y will The Unite S .ae,
... O -, the udto ... to p.., San Dieg C oa .
J -Mr; and Mrs. Joe Liguoirl of La Boca Road, Balboa.
: Be sog 8 .330 0 Newa York are visiting for sev- ra w nc le O n

S- .. iier cl... -ays with Mr. an Mrs. The program will Include
Luls Martlnz of Golf H lecturerss by.experts on orchida
The visitors were honored y and the presentation of a cor-
....France-pergiven"at.their home foran ochid plant will be won.
twenty five guests by a member of the group. The.......
W orldaMr. Plant Leaves For Lima i
S--. aMr. Walter Plaut of NewS *Lbovers' Evenrinlg The Canl
*(Itb. appass^ c ae ri York has been a visitor on the The fourthin a series of I I
44-ercaIsthn"us for. the past several "Record Lovers' Evenings" will ty Whllm .he .
ays nda Hesta hotel El be held at the USO-JWB Arm- meei Tuesdayi at 730
a his Pansma. Mr. Plant, who Is the ed Forces Service Center, La the auditorium of the
Nm I irecto of the Nw Yo Road, Balboa Wednesday La oca Road in Balbo.. -
*Ca9.84 .of the American Sdciety of evening at 8:15.or cm te.
s 3.00 T5Travel Agents, left by plaTheprot
S. for Lima, Peru, for a sh ort Military personnel, theii r planned an informal lect
I- ea visit before returning to the families and the public of the one of the promlant
ze COLONUnited States. Canal Zone and of the Repub- powers with emphasis place
arAdlic of Panama are cordially b oall1 bpoe T pe
AM. -"- 1r..Sai.On-An'M'Tn""Invited to attend. be followed b "
ia ., '1 tS O ls.nn "Aneon" for discusson of diseases e .
4 WMr. abd MrsFr al Turman Rumnmage Sale August 8 enclatureIdentifation
Wilew i-ho low. ,. o 'SBolbqa sailed Friday for the The members of the Ameri,"culture
!U.....&.i-9- ,ted statess aboard the S. S .an Legion Auxlllai, Unit No. espelt& pP
S. Ancon. They plan to vialt I are holding a rummage sale me origin.
_... __* theirr son-in-law and daughter, at the Salvation Army Hall. nen
low jA:30r!eflYnf*J****ZBENT* fore going to Lorain, Ohio for Fributed by Harold Griffin, pas-
*Bd" *10:30-PREENT8 a-few weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Tur6. Anyone wishing to donate Ident of the society for* pris
SEp ..... man 'plan to make their home clothing, etc. are asked to con- for the membership. -
r"lsip Ad i ~ p an s. av. a. 5n.DT.D a:0 -NA in S Petersburg, -Florida. tact In I)abro, Mrs. Addle Col- A locally]grown ochid ear-
S e 11: Muse for Mary title, 2-1723: or Mrs. Dorothy Nichol. sereta as ,
S, ....12:'-Radio UAW- i (V"A) Feo mr Resident Joan O'Connell, 2-2696; and in prize for one of the guest.-.
--hC CA ...0. 0^.as:y- 12:15-Fred Waring 'and his Visiting Here Curundu, Mrs. Gertrude Feist, Thetpeb a all m s
M- Penas.ylvan. s Mr. and Mrs. Abbe Sanger, 273-6233. To ep i codiall mb
114111L I k I au= SAL. m. former residents of the Repub- the military and the public
9:10 1 cameI s__c0128 12:30-A New Witnesi for Christlic, are visitors on the Isthmus Coekta Danee Panama are laed to jela .
1: ass ll.a .1:00-The Jo Stafford how and guests at Hotel El Pana- Reserv are being ae- sodlety for the furthers r
:3 amp sLI:15-AMSan Steff1, accompanied- heir par- committee in charge of the Plants for discuaalnn are a.
ae. _1.11111,n '0 $ $ 1:30-Tbhe .Very Rev. Albert ents. cocktail dinner dance to be welcome feature ofthe metna.
Vo fth 11101 Dnar ad Doly nSteer, -Lgiven August 8 by the Doctors, and allh minlant have
P I so ..; -_ c3 m 2:.0 O- and y mphon yMr. Norgard Returns Wives Club for new doctorsspt a n td a
AMsOM.30L111011 a :00-Ou s tear& Mr. Oscar Norgard, vice-pres- at the Fort Clayton Officers. later date, or slies
S6:15-Light for Livn dent of the National City Club. by Harry Dunn will be accom-
Ain RE7:#OGreawsA tory Bank of New 1ork, who has Committee members include panted by a lecture. *. ,s
Ir afo.n afwda4 "0'% 7:00-The Eustace, Diamonds rthe past several days as a Mulholland, Min. T. 1. Haug-
(BBC) guest at Hotel El Panama, left child, Mrs. Chapelle, Mrs. D. C.
-(' 1A olaw to return ho his home

TO -Fgrn l erns hlMe" party to be given __________________
110p-7Tue N Uw i(BBC) tomorrow afternoon at 4:00 p.
iiamJ* 0 la -elg O nm. by -the Keren Kayemeth at
the Balbe Jewish Welfare

-r Mr.and Mrs. Norman E.
(IL Rocker of Balboa were amo
..s c per ssngeof malbIng Friday aboag
10 UP) ota- thesB. S i na for the United
vitat en radioeto California
t36--nowhAut6see4itogtheke. theirmnew home.

Md.and t es--t-FW zic oe ree icr man of Balboa Will be among
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,.j b4a.about a mnn who in-
Viedhits- poker-playing pals
over for dinner one Saturday
agtht'when his wife was out of

1XpC4 ;cold nuts and
M do3unti the men were more
Sthan i zed when they were
n endhe kind of meal they
Should have gotten if his wife
had been dt home-fried chick-
fi, hot rolls and cherry pie.
The haust let them WorTy A-
4hule over how he had man-
ag ed It all before he confesied&
d a wife had prepared the whole
I l and put In the freezer a-
4 lg with Instiuctions for
Tneing the meal In the oven.
It's uanally somtilng like
tiat wien a family is able to
manage as well with Mom a-
ty as with her at home direct-
Ing operations.
A wife will spend a week get-
ting things all set to leave her
Sfa'ila y without her supervision
S. lor throe days. Before she
o s'leaVe he will have seen to it
'" that the house is an apple-pie
order. Clothes for each member
df the family will be cleaned
and ready to wear. The cup-
board will be stocked with food,
s all errands run ahead of time.
.And probably the neighbors will
'take care of a few items.
Then having planned and
Worked for ta week to get every-
thtngtwelI organized, the family
anft get along without her for
a few days.
When she comes home at the
of aher vacation to a clut-
h6'ise anrd a-hco'wel-
c 2lnr family she will have to
** smile. They aret nroud
E"are able to get along as
*witout .her.
they were able to Ix the
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In SlIke.Ton

Augusta, Worgla
AUGUSTA., GA Aug. 1 (UP'
- Buses tarted .roU;ng again
under police section n this
strike-torn city yesterday and
the first few hours of operation
parned without incdMpot e
Noa-union. drioera p banned
the vehicles of the Augusta
Coach Co. a ub tranporta-
tion became vilabte for the
first time slnol July 17.
A brief p inou .tri al with
non-union drltws was aban-
doned after averal shooting
lnd dynamfitig incidents. No
serious Injur ta resulted.
Pickets of the AFL's bus
drivers union patted down-
town bus stsA as t U vice
was resumed aku courtesy cars
continued to operate. Twenty'
nine strikers have been accused
of violating a court order a-
garnet the courtesy car service.
They have been summoned to
a hearing Aug. 4 before Judge
Grover C. Anderson to show
cause why they should not be
held in contempt of the injunc-
Firemen as well as policemen
went on bus-protcetion duty In
their off hours by a special
authorization of the city coun-
cil to provide the extra pay.
The strikers, who walked out
two months ago demanding
five cents an hour wage in-
creases, asserted the strike
would go on despite resumption
of service. -
Attorney Roy V. Harris, repre-
senting the coach company, said
tlat any strikers wishing to re-
turh would be taken back on
the basis of sniority, as va-
cancies occur, but that none of
the non-union en'a would be
fire to mrte gft.for them.
mentt thIll of eWl ttmbers
Would go back, or none at alL

"Don't forget to let me know where your dau hter '
going for their vacations-I'i ure to have all kinds
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Nomination of Gov. James F.
MU Byrnes of South Carolina to be a .R
delegate to the United Nations
S. taGeneral Assembly was confirmed ". "'
24R R t 'Is y rk yesterday b the Senate.
26T 41 .,rtLabor groups had protested his
7 i' nomination saying his views on
_3Le M t ESec racial segregation were opd
B@ PastM' M k, letter's to the nation's doctrine of free-
': 3 1M dom.
*3 33nEmil Mazey. acting president
34. T of the CIO United Auto Workers
34h .olon, Emile Relve, legislative
a ons etiH deaf ear to the CIOe and spokes-
lr." .a $70 soMlet .nt men fr wAewl m e labor groups and
(o, 7 .;e~c ...."for the National Association for
.. enthe Admerican iewpt of Colored
People Joined Natin pr ouldnt Muic busting Bach, Handel, Bee-
JmmByrnes' nomination.bert ad some of the odern Both pant beg
The White House feeurned a
de' weal to the protesuts and one
"If Ith wanted someone to repre- Hazel Lawson treet and that won for them all a
sent the Ameriamn viewpoint at
the United Nations. I couldn't Music y Bachhan- Ha ndel, both graduates e-litto display theiroyal
e any maneuverbetter thane oviet Co pin o Mibeusic, Londchu-n, on the piano. ,:
ates might make In the will apar solof the modernpla- Bot Muc and the Royalsts be
orhe White House feeling ap- composers will be offered here musical an early age
Seared to be that sByrnes, with shortly at to concerts by two chlarsh. street which tor of
..l4his wealth of background in leq- pismnts from Jamaica. England for advanced
Sslatle and diplomatic expebinet Mrs. Hazel Lawaon Street and that won for them all a
whene, could be expected to han- Loyd Hall both graduates o the degrees from the RDioal
S die ani maneuvers the soviet War oyal Colleg. Th e ofusich willondon, of music, the Royal of te
S During the 15 election he broke W appear ie sol and two-pices Music and the oRoyal o
orwthomir. TU. ma n and supported C oncerts at the Carbe Thea-ea Shortwood Traninc.
The govlsenhowe eretary of ter. Colon o Aug. 25 and at the Mrs. teeten and organist o
ta Most ofin the Truman cabinet will give theater, Panama, on at Wolmers K irk l Kingtoho.
when the Unitedon o Brnes adopted Sept. 1. conductor of the Di
its "get tough" policy with So- val Choir.r
viet Russia after World War 1:. The concerts, which will be Hall Is conductor of the c ;
During the 1952 election he broke given under the auspices of the of Mico College f r t ,,a11
with Mr. Truman and supported Colon Christ Churchw-byh-the-Sea Shortwood Trainint
iMr. Esenhowe. in aid of the organ repair fund, women and M
__--__- _. MMost of the protests against will give the artists an opportu- drew's Kirk, Klngatoq, -
the nomination of Byrnes came
-,,- s n" os ate S.from groups which onnosed Pres-
sIdent Eisenhower during the
To eolernlection. andrcarried little weight
Tor l Celebrant at the White House.
The appointments of Henr7
Cabot Lodge Jr.. permanent del-
Aelate to the U.N.. Reps. Francis
Vialt thells mus for a few P. Dolton R-O and James .
d%. d8':. 20 C. W;;8non-Stnson Richards -SC. nd Archibald .
bre eb r aer and celebrant Carey Jr. to fill out the deleira-
So, the H ol Communion at &t. tion also were confirmed by the
I Pet r ehuach, La 2 e00 at 7 o'- Senate.
't- Clocik Somorrow morning.
hRev. IeSOinh arrived S out N ws
theld In hon of lat, nighPeruhinph"Rei-Se
rt,- Y IJ Vna del Pclflto," wand Is se route
nand after besro r
Dr. .esdds 'assisting at the Eu- Visit "Missouri"
art *hchNIbWhile a task force of the Unit-
M... ne. hrM H. Townsend will e of-r ed States Navy was anchored in
I ficiate and preach' at evensQng ror eenl
at 7:. 3pm. number of Boy and Girl scouts
i from the International groups ip
thne anal one were entertain al-
ollowinMatinsat mbtod along with members of the
be conducted by Herbert L. American Girl and Boy Scout
Moore, lyreaderthe church e
t the regular mett school s eon will be held. groups on the Canal Zone.r
41ltroat gi en Y the officers
member o01the USS MIs-

9!'NwEONh1 ese srre
V1 hqua guty, guaranteed The invitation for this affair
was extended to the Canal Zone
46dbetwshsfon tlonal..y and Girl Scout
sto nterprisingorgaz, ations through Comdr.
W. E. Thompson on behalf of his
f LR T E R ". ,officer, Capt. L.
PFER -Wi "EL REY1Xoeq @..of the Coco Solo Nays 'DIG THAT 1PNAW CHAMP!--1 is is do t
In A report to the Local Coum- pris eina water1Aelen-eating contest at Cicagdo! Ft r .-" '
oil c the International Boy put away 10 slices like this.,
Soontie of the Canal Zone. made
epfojq, It wax revealed that the
A1nd i leader alike were
the visit. They ran reanaI ) ?h f fers -
as.'an experience
that' willlive with them for a,5 0WING TODAY!
l-hg time to costme." ,_,,
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Household Automobiles me.. h a,.ha &h b p pm Huesm boch, Santa Clara. Auou
FOR SALE:,.-Ratton l.vngroom set, FOR SALI:-1952 convertible Hill- 10t A C Phoe IftAPNEL, Balboa .
difingroom set, radio, beds. night man, like new. White tires. Beoo sm ttert,.
tables, couch. msc. Household offer takes it. Garage Cine.o 291 DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. at kik there..
House 129-8, Curundu. Phone 83- Centrl Avenue, Pma. Central Avenue Street caw
5235. FOR SALE: n 1949 cuik 4-dor .er. Telephone 2-3479. Panama. Tetlf.Elf"ricgaso
FOR SALE: G. E. wringer type Seden, super, dynaflew, radle, ex. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. mamboa; 4-56, Pedro Mis
waeshin machine. 60 cycle, used cellent rubber, plus magnificent Central Avenue "K" street, Corner, 'ma roe 7
& -months. 0777-C. W illiamson upholstery work. S noot y Hum- telephone ,2-3479, Pon ema. :to. WiU oqs SrtarCla rm Beach
Place, Balboo. Tel. 2-3343. after nicutrS. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. To MIAMI & P'EW YORK via AREA Blboa 0 p
4-p. m. Tel. 800 Colon. _____ Boeing 4-engine planes. Orn-way t '
FORSALE:-Bamboo set. 4 piece FOR SALE:-1940 Ferd 4-deer Se- to Miami: $70.00 Ro F Cottages. On mie
$28. Dining table and 4 chairs, dam. excellent buy for servicemen. $126.00. *ne-way to .York: Fasesn Cottages. One millboo 2.
$40..,Wicker furniture. 4 pieces with atomic engine. Must be sen. $114.00 Round-trip $214.00. SeeSanta Clara. Phone Balboa 2.181M
$25. Apply 0313, CableHeights. Smoot HunnicutS. A. 6th St. PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE FOR SALE--3 bedroom chalet, a
Ancon.pply Central Ave. Tel. 800. Colon. telephone 2-1655. Vista. To responsible family y.
FOR SLE:-Sersel. 25 or 60 cvcle FOR SALE:-1949 Buick Convertible A VISIT TO THE SAN BIAS Garage, garden. $175. Telefhne
Ias conversion possible. Panama w-w tires, new paint for only $1.- ISLANDSI AUGUST 1, 8, 3-0445. .
2-0690, 9 12 295.00. Smeet & Hunnicult S. A. The trip of your life. A Jungle Jim
OR SALE: 2 16th. St. Central Ave. Cole.. Jaunt thru the Panama Caral to Co- RENT
FOR SALE:-- Wardrobe. $1500; 6..lon, San Blas and PortoBello!l A FOR RENT
Chest of Drawers, oak. $3.00, FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2-door day trip aboard the Hotel El Panama's II
China Closet, mahogany $15 00, Sedan, power glide, radio, fine Pescadora. Leave Balboa Friday 6 a. H.Ou -
Porcelain top kitchen table with 4 upholstery, five good tires. excel- m arrive Colon 2:30 p. m., leave FOR 2 bedroom chal "
chairs, $15.00; Veneer library lent buy for only $1,545.00. Smoot Colon 9:30 p. m. for San Sloe and ing porch, diniom .
tabli carved legs. $20 00; Carved y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central Porto Bello, returning Colon Sunday en, No. 4, l
floor lamp, $10 00. Piano $100- Avenue. Tel. 800 Colon. afternoon. Through the Canal Mon- i n Tile Factar
00. House 5459. Diablo. 2-1310 FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Coupe with day 6 a. m. returning .o Balboa. a Ii re some houg..
Evenings and Saturday. Sunday. radio, for only $950.00. Easy pay- Meals catered by El Pnamoa. Bring
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator. 9 cu. ft ment, easy buy. Smoot y Hunni- slacks, sho-ts, bathinguit, jcket, FO- T: -e ,w ,t
Wtingnhouse, II months guaron- cut S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave., flippers and spears for iderwaoter -",no n tw
tee, $100.00. Bedroom suite $85- Col6n. fishing, and your camera 'and rolls mo ;room. Phone 3-5141, -
00Vit Venetin Blinds fr 4 of dt color film. P leasemrk reserva- 7 Pr M.
FOB SLt ne-Upn owszet BI.d s ano FOR SALE 1950 Pontiac, new tires tions early through your Travel .T'' : s *
3, 8 ft. prch sze. $60 00. House Pck-up. House 2129-B, Curundu. a ne Ji.5l priceS foe r ups T
210-C. Rio Grande. Pedro Miguel. P Ph one S3-5235 3-, 0 toi1660. Speole. n i st.Clnl3-00
FOR ALE:- neUpholstered frigevingroom FOR SALE: 1948 Buick 2-doorch t, two bhirpoo washr, 25l
sit, Simmons couch. 2 ch airs..2 2 dom, super wiA radio end new FOR SALE :

other. motor needs fixing, box in FOR SALE: 50 Ford Club Coupe. cycle. Used six times. Excellent FOR.. .EN .; .
gad condition, $15.00. Call 2- Tailored seat covers; rodio, w-w condition, $120. Navy 3506, 4 to .- : ,
_______________ tires. Price for quick sole, $1,095. 8 p. m._________Ae_._o.. Apartmnt. ..
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Westing- Phone Albrook 6224. FOR SALE: Small upright piano, FOR RENT:-Spcious 2 bedg'ouss .
house 25 cycle, good condiron FOR SALE:-Late 1951 Dodge tour Chesterfield and choir set, table & unfumisled apartment in ,asluve J-i
$S0.00. Tel. 2-1280 Balboa. door, Coronet, fluid drive. Only 4 chairs. Pedro Miguel 212-C, Rio partment ho hoBells VI s 1 ..
FOR SALE-"Eosy" washing machine 8,.000 miles, like new. Terms i Grande, 4-513. 3-4012 for point t.
S"Singer" sing mchne. needed. $1,495.00. Tel. Blba FORo SALE:--2 or TION G. I- f u s 1ed
i'ioli Avenue No. 14, Apt. 4 2-3173. Colo-.Convertible t 1
Phone 2-3990. FO SALE:-1947 Kaiser $450.0 F AC. Inquire 2-3341 Ancon. ment Hot, cold water.
ALE:2 single beds complete Call 2-4172 Blbo. Can be seen FOR SALE: Set of. home Univer- 4941.
Steel dresser. Tedroom chair. Studio at 5520-C, Diablo. daiy. o sitS Encyclopeda. Phone 2-4442. FOR RENT:-Furnihd peN t
oIs. 3 kitchen chairs. 528-. ondtion. good tires, all acces- -3 Spe automti ecord chanr and
-Metal bed ring and sacrificlo l lboa 212. P 40. al5.
,F S $10.00. Me iat dresser Mouse. 1549-4 FOR SA.E-Ce lles, 'lck. fOR bedroom
w mitrror $7.50. Kitchen porce- FOR SALE:-1942 Dode pck-up. 16 champ., 2 Intemrational chomp, N., 27, 46th Stree.
lain top table, $7.50. Tel. 4476. FORSALE $125.00 Houge p239-. $'40, and $50. Phone 83-4241. apartment 8. : ""
House 68 Pedro Miguel. Army stle New battery. As is, 15-B, Curundu Hghts. FOR RENT: Apartment in
FO fSALE:-Household, mahogany Phone 4-337. FOR SALE:-Lester piano inperct Francisco, 13th St. Not furnished
table, I bamboo desk and char. FOR SALE-Or trade, 1949 Lincoln condition. House 795-B, La Boca Fr infoanntion, call Pvnama 3c
errors, plant Mrs. Medngertible, duty pad, in show- road. Telephone 2787. 2457. .
_e Rod.__ room condition. All day Sunday. FOR SALE: Thirty foot Alpradco FOR REftp n Vista da MA,, ,. V ..
PO l SAlLE:-Washer Bendix, auto- Tel Kobbe 411 5. aluminum tower, Promax roeo- partment ca and quiet location. '
snticc' 60 cycle. $125.00. 1449-X FOR -ALE -- 1952 Morris Minor mount beam rotator, Lysco clamp Phone 3-0276. '
St., Balboa. Convertble. 4.000 les. See at modulator. French elephone, com- FOR RENT: Furnished ,at,
FOR SALI:-9 cu ft. Westinghouse Qtrs 57 I-D. Curundu Hgts. or tel- plete with cord. Phone Balboa 2- $75, including ul Phone P i -
rfri rotor, all porcelain, A-i ephire Curundu 3115. 31"73. _.---- orno 3-205 ... y .--'b-
cen tion, 110-20 V. 25 cycles. FoR SALE -199 Hudson Convert- FOR -ALE:-Hollywood twin beds. FOR RENT: Apartment for th
1 3 speed 25 cycle an AI. condition many extras Box prn, nnerspringmattrees. i nnin 8th
co.nditop. House R-12-B, Rous- W-S-W ires. Call J. G. Bennett vory leatherette headboards. Like
.oAn. Albrook 4261 before 3:30 or Bal- new. 50 each Dial Albrook 86- couple or sm lntiy. If I
SALE.-Refrigerator, 7 cu. ft. boa 4333 after 4 00 .0 AC ed. -Ph 2-2145 Panamo 2O
Westinghouse, 25 cycle. All porce- FOR SALE -1952 Mercury Monterey FOR SALE:-10 blhnds, 36 Tivoli Ayc house. 14 Apt. 14 ,'. "
in..m Bed, single, with mattress. eight blue. hghi blue plasc up- inches x 64 inches. 2 months old FOR RET-Two bedroom modem
seser, metal with mirror. Buffer, holstery. Radio, heater, will rde. $4.00 each. 0581-B, Ancon or 2-' apart. in Vista. ., W
S 0814, Plank Street. Balboa. BE- 4 li size. C
S de SONIC TEMPLE. C l FOR SALE:-5 gS. metal tables, 1 i. end Shet ,. h- 5 r.
f. Larg borplastic cov- Cash Register. Also other sten ur. ,.e Phone-2-4-4 372.
ared,2 upholstered, nail stud design Real Estate Philps House. Arraian. FO REPA -. fmid a -
arfect for large rooms. Also Busch FOR SALE:-C, f 2ycle W s i- iin
an 2 1-4 x 3 1-4, plate FOR SALE: 2 bedroom chalet. 2 oust e 9 e f atom cr ecch3 rs S00.0. o r aPb a W ,A
.9 akwith portrait lens, oll bathrooms. hvvngroom, diningroom, Electric train transformer, 4 x 12 FOR RwtT..^ "" !.
tast film and film pack kitchen, garage, porch for laun- Eectrtraintrormer, 4x 12 FO RaXT.rsilliseC
Price $8000, a real buy. daring. Ernesto T. Lefvre Avenue plywood $35.00. Two quartermas-. .
222 Al N 08. Par e .i q i to tales $15.00.

)R SALE FOR SALE --A beautiful chalet. WelF beam mxmaster 25 or 60 cycle FOR T- 2 "o'z -
.built, 2 big bedrooms, I small, 2 $25.00. Drmeyer Deep fryer $20. bedrm, ,
S- Motor complete bathrooms, dinngroom, 00. Rolleflex Camera 3 8 lens 00. Iu u *-a t --
'-l "tro. K" ivingroom. kitchen. Double garage.1 Compur Shutter $50.00. 259-B, Driv u n.)
-20 Ft Cabin Launch double *porch, maid quarters. Call I Gatun 5-437. iR .
motor and hull in A-i Panama 3-2415 for appointment. J .R SALE:-Home work shop power nFu.rnisedj
s ompletely equipped foe r FOR SALE: 500 sq. meterr ai tools 25 cycles motors. Drill press No. 22, -. .
r r t camping th 6' ell. 8mi wood lahe shaper ir r saw FOR REeNr iApr ent I
A ouh913 or 2-3625, may from ferry.4-337. CallPhips tools ianosinsh reoMriscRtools3ndftshNrees.and-w

t Goatun b arpon Club Arraion or Tel. 2-2655. potle 1546-A, Mango St. Tel. 2- o ': '
|'- 'air, plants. Mrs 09 FOR SALE.-5 acres form 4.000 M2n : t : c -1598..
in New Arrailan or INuevo Guo-
FOR SALE -C halet $3.500 w,ih SA -,T FORR ,T t % M- ,
OPICA-L.Bl 000 M2 1ots, completed to order in ..'
three months. Wrte Box 1142, (Conlnued frm Page 1) -FORRENT: w -
.Lcut .Wsigoe 1- 'people have lost the services of kitchen priill -. .,
lr l H lpn Wanted Jone of the most able men who opartmetm A. .. ,..- "- :' "
TOPIC Hel p Wante the Senate. He was :OR RENT: ta,' **tMy .
C ALL IWANT MAID. for family of three.ja sincere conervative always pend nt
S W Excellent salary, for good Amer- dedicated to a course of action 00, .., _
Sranama ican st le cook. To lve in. 0946 which he thought was In the street ft u. '..
ei2-2086 ^mdor Rd, I~l boa. best Interest of his country." fourth h iN 90 .. 5-.."
2-2086 -V--5- Senate Democratic leader A, Cr'

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,Wd5 y- an FRA CoceHto this body, the nation and these
whn.oueWANTED TO BUY -Concrete x- ee world." .
n whee you'regoing er e. Cal l.rrds. in good con- Sen. Joreph R. McCartbhy ardRENT:
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l-hitting Fete t Americas supply of race tracks, obviously inadequateto
summer that h sigedr- to oI r owi, g propboiattles for gambling, now risen to 1i
.,. that... signe more, annually, than our entire national debt of 40 ya i .
li ive percent of the reportedly lDis. h ched by another plant, right at N
n his jidu~den-roun'd doorstl. "--'-
s match Aug. 9 at the
a Glrm. Efforts'stabl in 140 to obtain New Jersey Stas .
nwhle, the.iy regard- Commission approval lor a track at Secaucus. N. J.. n
muter-wnl mive s35 per- than (ive Mles @l Dosdway and 42nd St.. near the.
r ven tisla.,s much as T'uanI and the Turlpike, will be pushed more vlgoroq4a i
ee. Sylvester ho wev er, ever With redl ofan application to the commission
s that he thinks that he annual July 31deadline a .
made a good bargain be- Under the Rtw Jersey law, only four horse tracks me..
after waleoplag Plummer, ate in that state. Three already are doing business. and
1 be able to name his own ously. too, at Atlantlc City Camden and Monmouth.
s for his future bouts. An organization styled the Metropolitan Racing isas.
ur yem ageo Wallaee and Jersey, with. $16 000,000 available for construction of a plat
limer battled to a ,sllsat- would make Beimont Park look obsolete, has been set up fmp .
raw deciimn. The hfiht Seaucus enterprise.
a real tQrinler with Wa- In the past, applications for a track on the Jersey
s handle, id followers were dented chiefly because of church opposition. This scai J(e
uing that b, was robbed. aritdoalsm has not been talked down.
;e then Wallace hit the However, It is argued that dwellers In the shore ar ti
because of recurrent Monmooth and Atlantic City, and the habitants of Camden, "o '
Ier trouble while Plummer Ing across the river at saintly Philadelphia, are no less Sodl.
on to become Panama's and moral than those of the garden spot known a secauui.' "
g ring attrntlon. 'erdy" 'tj
.ly held the *ttherweight A .. ..
pOnshIp but 'it has been j ,
an no longer make 126 .
s. Not the least potent of the arguments to be advmne hj
t week Sunday'a battle will favor of a trick at Secaucus are those which have to do W
135-pound weight limit. the state bite out of the mutuel handle.
dy the "experts" are pre- At our New York tracks, the customer loses 15 percent of t
g a knoekou* before the dqugh just as soon s he shoves it to the ticket seller. IS 'OUW
round eitherway the mmne4late damage comes to 12 percent. -"
od, elthewma y.beat te Most of our sovereign commonwealths find It difficuHt.l
be a ten-r enad u*fail with the vast setup of open and hidden taxes, to get enough C at
ea up-aend-.eming Labn to pay their bills. As a consequence they are'in favor of n r~t
ads and Costs Rien and more tracks, and fervid state activity for the preventiatW.'
weight Champ Lul r the extinction of the hoss.
weiht Chmp ta s Car- With the certainty that a Senaucus track would attract
ohen at a 1 40-Pud of itN patrons from New York. New Jersey would be morge-,t ,
four-oumit contests. w delighted toebhave the alien dollar. .
out this excellent card. So inviting has the bite from gambling become to state t
0 Pacheco tackles to ficials that. If they had their secret yearnings fulfilled the'
Blas Indian Carlos Grdel would have off-track betting shops, slate lotteries, and staW'
18-pound match while un- bino mes. .
SChiriqu amateur ban- If. in addition to placing a track so close to the heart .f1
night 'Toto" IbarrT is Manhattan. the proanters of the Secaucus enterprise wer't -
to tangle with former wangle permission to operate under the lights two or three: uiWI
na masert 11- pound a week. tbevy -qud open up a new Comstock lode. -
a Fernaeflo- Blanico in a A tlsi to the harness tracks at Roosevelt Radewav and Tl *rb
fly arranged bout. era. neither very close to Broadway. tells an Incredible story- g
ra and Blanco will fight Gotham on the gambling orowl after dark. .
amateur rules four Harness races are not inviting media for the real horse bet '
minute rounds with eight- tors. .But, with all that. the nightly take at Roosevelt is lmbt,
gloves, than amazing.
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VIal s..- 3,Another track In New Jersey, far closer to Penn Station than "
y uarblpj *I Belmont, Jamaica or Aqueduct, and certainly better equipped.
than the last two named to handle big crowds, would not be
is ha- a dI admired by our New Ydrk racing officials.
Monmouth already is cutting in on the New York tracks r.
too seriously. 'he 'coura Is showing steady pro ress -.
Oan qafot Canal P4 s flts f L %q upa
S Atte gave te t4 mou : t"he I v. t K e aing, eas. out of their letfl
to a ill in Pasco, sold It be called arrogance? -r .'*t
gton, when he won three .
in a recent .meet. I" f the Chicago promoters can out on $100,000 races like thit-
n in the Washign Arlington Classic and the Washington Park Handicap, It i eoa-,
A..U meet, Connor ca- celvable tha an ap and at 'em outfit In Jersey could do no w ot,
.irst place .In the, 1, 1i stirring up inoteret in malor league comoetution.
s f men, -the men's 800 .aiubrens.eSecaucus dong,.a big scale business. miV.tit-
z free-style event, and. the press on Jamaica. and and Aqueduct the dealtbilitv of ll Oi
etM free-style for men. tMoe ld pltnrout oftheir ulgeon holes. and giving to NewTSMr
competing the meet race goers not only interesting contests among top flight horon
Bob's older brother, Don but comfortable environment while selling out their dough, -
r Canal Zone champion
0w a student at Washing- One of these our local turf devotees will Ret helo to the fM4
ate University. Don cot- that there actually is no law which says they must risk their vef
Sa second in lives fighting their way to the windows on heavy afternoms.,
;0 ev I which he In the meantime, there are big things safodt over in ieesaitt
pated. and who knows but that they may force a local racing revalutil'

ios Boy Broke Track Mark In First Start

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k #s .eAek-day night
Fmelt lewsy, and that
1110 for loafing in
ItaS busily as anybody
sIdmn Camden, a reg-
W Mwitr of a guy who
lpi trains Adlos Boy, the
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wia B~ fvenBt Ized Adlos Bqy bdldb .
S "I was giving im aM~ t a-
4bWaed to round Roosevelt, t a ual
own- workout. and he fdid t .
f. i aI first and last quarters w
I'tN N onds. 1 said to = ra W
M"f- ripes, this is no edinary '
;tpaid and I immediately t e 1
price work program,. 1 cut dqmhi
Price workouts, which was t ee
i.1 -" with him. \
.... "He's the bealt h I eve'
s. 'of going id see. You blav to tach-
taf a under Ing him 'wit_
olr X year- gate rem n C t
ia ad-m "T'lk a- out there for, Mbee te ra
i-b tbh second I starts, youea 4't to 1Millu
vsWrtOe last half him of lftb&:
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) 'REVNION President Elsenhower, (let) efjys a tun-
xi :iJ on with his brother, Dr. Milton Elnahower.'at W WuLnR -
+tWd^.7ia;enhower Is back after a five-week vllftto ten SotU
.'I American countries as Ike's special emissary.
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Wis for Tax De4c#tion
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,-- By NBA Service
ETON, Aug. 1 (NEAr best to handle p casualty loss
and tWnadoes have on your retuna. Now Is the time,
lons 01 dollars of though to..Wot down Infdrmation
thii year.'You wont be you will need-If youdecdee t
qI taxes .I your prop- deduct the los when you fill
eenly struck by one out your return next year.
d Wy moving tornadoes You will need:
by a rampaging 1. A briel description and the
fterwards, when date of the sudden occurrence
iSgad .rebuilding catasing the damage.
may .belp to know 2. A description of the dam-
-, yYur lo,.can be. used aged pPjloatin.
>your Income taxes. together m pton of
ansed by sudden oo-. the damage caused by the sud-
bgfl such as me, floods or den occurrence.
-can be deducted by th 3. The cost of the property.
-regardless of whether the 4. The fair market value of
Is coPidered businessthe propsty jut efore and
.or ls the personal after th .w.,
owner, but se rles 5. ,Any aJor other
the losa der ompenatiqnu,. 21ClUdg R'e d
Swat appe"s if the Cross aid, retere.ed.
ordetryed oprty Ordinarily, our deductible
own hbme, ea-or rop- loss will be the dffeece e-
I ouZ own thatuse: tween the value of your -
SSame that y, ou Ity ust before and tb
propeqty and either uQWy leas insurance, or
Ssat. AS deduct Y a* IM
h(ow f y ute losar
Below) 'on your tax e8ty *before W after the
for. te ye In which msuty mw be more than you
t Ma te.occund provided gld for the pro .fty In that
nUt me the. tax table or M" t10.3 WoUld be the cost
aanrdz deduction. In of e property,' l Insurance
ur4s, you must itemise or 9ther~i ompenation.
wtltook en elng form J.LP .. .
B tags Fee
hower, your property Is 1W7s iet d
.ft or so damaged that lAf Ci lpd
09I' rid of It during the m W
ill-Oerdinarily have to
'lklons. But if The 3 ftmIpninlng
d r 1 LR8 in8sfrom the .t
ntber property which HAVANA. Aug. 1 (UP) Two
r an yur loap, thep Florida-operatedt banana boats
.le4u~tb the'lossa rom which were fired on by Cuban
and' aMllU e the lanes Wednesday in the belief
ded tigol or tax table they were running guns for last
._' Itweek's revolt were released last
Heg e to tell un- lnght and4wre beleved.en route
1 the just how tiomt _od..
Cuoan authori i s said the
cargoes and papers of the Ben-
SWhileson and the Babe were "In or-
Three crewmen injured when
4' patrol planes strafed a the t
-r bpwe" rU f-it here Pi
Su" o tiodn an3nd e one wasr as
"a bullet. The others fell when
I; ranpfor cve er.
.The vessels were halted Wed-
nU o eday and escorted by Cubanc
warships to-the naval bse at La
a ". Oe Naval office .-sad tbryuInr-l
,d orders to halt and faIsed~to U
dis.lay proper Identtflogtio,
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