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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01674
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
aWNeO AND PUILIMUSO V THE PANAMA AMNMICfAN PuE. INC.
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CABLI ADORHmp PANAMBIICAN. PANAMA
PLON OpPIC'. 12 i70 CENTRAL AVENUE *TWWIN r12TH AND ISTH STRIT*
PORElga NiREPRENTATIVIr IOSHUA Q POWERS INC.
SA MAnIoON AVE NEW YORK. (IT? N Y.
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J ON AR.iN *oA. VANC 1- S1400oo s ByU Victor Ritsel

HIS1 IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN ESSEN, Germany. -'Amid the
ruins of workers' homes where
grass and young trees grow
H SlLrazily on upper floors of bomb-
SM BA ed out houses which still stand
S_ blackened steel and coal center;
The Mail Box isi an open forum tfor >adeus o The Panama Amer- the seething plants of Industrial
sn. Letters re received gratfully and are handled in a wholly comni- empires built by Krupp and
ontil manner. Flick an Thyssen are in full
If you costribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn' appear the operation. l
end day. Leton are published in the order received. Inside them there now quietly
Pl nese try to kdbp tbe lettersn limited to one page lnltl. develops a startlft gtory .
Identifty o letter writer is hld in drictest confided. some day will mae s ..5
This newspaper esaumes no responsibility for slatebths as opileash 1cant history as the rench -
*ipressed in altternfm reason. Revolution.
e*presed in l from r .It will be a quieter revolso^on.
o There will be no blood, No vio- "
lence. Perhaps the word "revo-
HERE'S TO THE ELKS! lion" is too strong. Let me re-
port that there will be a sharp
Sir: chlange-which- m a y revamp
What wrong with the Atlantic side Elks Club members? much of Europe.
They build themselves a new club, have fine food. and good dance It could create a new in-
floor, and a four-piece orchestra on Saturday nights, and then dustrial system It could
what?-they won't patronize it! change the meaning o private
It's always puzzled me-people down here are always talk- property in all of Germany,
ing about not having anything to do and not having any place which some day soon will be
to go. Then when they are provided with a nice place to go. the most influeynta force in
and you pive them a chance to spend an evening dancing, what western Europe.
do they do?--o to the show, as usual.. Doqp there have to.be
som special occasion? This story Is virtUally un-
It seems to me that the parents of 'he teenagers could Ibil known In America' -..familiar
a certain degree of satisfaction knowing that their daughters perhaps only to a handful of ex-
and sons were down at the Elks having good, clean fun rather perts. It is the atorjr of "co-
than down In some night club. determinism." The Germans call
We all know that a club Is only what Its members make it, It" Mitbestimmu Iand a
so why not p tionize a good thing while we have it?'B e t r ei b s ver taeset."
Mark well tho5e ting
-Heresa-Plur. word. Here's what ean:
The German unions k
IDOB) are the most ful in
YOU PAY MINE AND I'LL PAY YOURS europe. They have s banks
and heavy invest ranging '
SBr: from housing pro to movie
companies
I would like to answer a question asked by a member of the German labor is .'iltrallzed C
local pointed-head fraternity. fellow name of "Poke-Eye." The outfit with no 1De-o De-
text of his question was apparently a literal translation from the cislons are Jl'de f by a
dialect of some remote Tibetan tribe. but the question was plain series' of tl I tater
enough, namely, "Who pays pilots salaries?" Reuthets ast Gewe Meanys.y BM
Well, pull down your loin cloth Poke-eye and I'll let you In The most pi uk national
on a well kept secret. The pilots pay their own salaries! But unions are In coal and-steel.
don't take my word for It. Get some trusted friend, Lt you have When the war ended, these
aaiy, who oln translate from the English language for you, to two unlona believed that the LONDON-By the time ta ; hita print I hope
consult recota which are available to all as far as I know, and world's two major conflicts had something concrete has oene.put of the Graus-
learn what pilots earn for the Panama Canal. been brought .on by the great tartan romance of Prince Na ret Rose, that
Perhaps better explain to you in simple terms that.tihis barons whose mountain top the path of true love i W la9tbeo, and t at
Is trly remarkable place. In addition to clubhouses, dog homes and baroque castles I've we4il1 beonwith thetest deett*inathes;whi&
comnmAries. golf clubs, hotels and rent collectors, there w-. unfortunately halted -1lit la their mwlt
is le a waterway known as the Panama Canal through which Just seen. we, ftaue, wnah the lhore d.i '1,.or some a
h "under t command of a pilot, ps from one ocean to To the German union Chiefs, What we will do- aboi troifuMee the Sudan Md
an Sr. Were'it not for the fact that ships find the passage the problem seemed to be one elsewthoreI cannot say.
t h?% thki waterway much more expediet and economical of slaying ts lnduiStrial dragon In teets of sence I Aveed to maW-
tha, trio through the Strait of Magellan, you'd be forced to -a Siegfred onedi te t0 e uihe, s of e e f lete t ma
lea htablo and go back to shrinking heads for sale to occasional rusiegfr nete aa. a d o ot- $1 Al I S tc
tou calMnK t Porto Bello, and all the aforementioned estab- ruined c hig oA ..of the anm ve n r t1 All
llsh tsa must df necessity, gently but firmly close their doors. en memr it, d lost Hutton
B "on.. Th%,4oi q & O-may ((2) Wben, 99 In arreit' tif,' eid begun there
--Forty Fathom. ormay not Je. L dragon. second innings 1galbt Austr a. at edlngaley.
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RED TERROR-The eyes of six-year-old Eva Kapus reflect the
tenor of the story being told by her father Dr. Gea Kaps. a tqr'
his escape from Communist Hungary to Vienna. A lawyer, he
had been deported to a small village. Then secret police held
him responsible for all minor violations happening there. Deter*
mined to escape, he and his family fled across thO barb-wired.
Austro-Hungarian border. He and his daughter ride it, but his.
wife was critically injured by a border guard% fland. gaaifde.
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MICKEY ROONEY
MARILYN MAXWELL
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steel hEas- bees n rdn Iinted crlvener: "If Englazd wn the
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m.. .,by t. unfo two of and pu gland back o top." .
betW in.dorfk in the I who 'will haul th* Ashes, but I
t.Me m we ua e by think Impeft cricket it Only as a c r-'.*
SI w*a le, the other jy, about the
in aw l"th man. Is elected altatia .Prtcess M dhbr gal- aft
th., can.t get up a lnt sAwW if he knew w Nw would sa o
t for any such neutral, amend the Igency Act.
an "Intervention "All I kSo r, that they've the bloke
siteesd' to propose three. .. l:ew
within a month. f I to Bumg he aa, "But -i, -l -i .,
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Sa. profIts But actually
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ending how much InIM1
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,11.go back Into the "Will
an occupied der- sp Us
a Federal Repub.
I edict was made a b
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lei ater In this pic.
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liabr l board (the neutral
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mheie n alm power comes
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woen Iorih bio one paoe in to-
Msy s lana. He was hoping trial
Mortn would reo,,en the oidumg
l4th a double, thus giving Soutn
a-Fhance to pass ior penalties.
'uth was lucay that the oldinmg
,as reopened at all, and he wuas
iJso luc'y to make his ambitious
g me contrset. Not all o0 it was
ck. however, tor Soutn played
the band for all it was voistn
It Wet, had dreamed of open-
R ga oade. South would have
34t his contract in short order.
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the restful pleasures of -sand!
and sea were reminded to 'be
clothed "with the traditionall,
modesty ,-ap. _ood-taste becom-
"nhe 'i publlshbd
In All- pgas admonished;'
against current Indecencies eof
strapless and two-pljte bathingi
.ults. bikinis andl. G-otrings. ': I
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* swimm uultt should cove
both cl a&fd..bl adequate-.
ly. W4 ', 9'" hIng suits
shouldd ave a shirt and men
must wear sport e orts.
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worn onff' S at plubs, bar?.
: Istauraf .t.1a- ,"oc generally
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to be worn in the water only
Sand therefore cannot be tolerat-
ed elsewhere.
"Sun-bathing cannot be per-
nutted unless a bathrobe is,
worn or unless the beach is'
completely isolated, and the
.txes are separated. In this
case the smTr,'bather must wear
a bathing costume."

Farmer 'Burglrizes


Tavern Three Times

After Celebrating

EDINBURG. Tex.. Aug 3 'UP,
A 25-rear-old Elsa. Tex farm
worker got, a five-year probated
sentence m Texas' 92nd District
Court today when he admitted
he burglarized the same tavern
three times in one night after
*celebrating too much."


Trinidad 0. VIlatreal testified
i:e was walking home after cele-
orating when he passed an
empty tavern. He pushed up a
window and went, n. he said
Villarreal tried to open the
juke box. but had no luck. He
testified he went home and to
bed. but couldn't go- to sleep. So
he returned to the tavern with
a large knife and tried to pry
the juke box open again. Still no
luck.
He went back home. but still
was troubled by insomnia Vil-
larreal them returned a third
time. this' time with a screw
driver The juke box yielded
Villarreal took about 440.
He testified he wa.s sort,'
would pay back the money and
would cut down on his "celebrat-


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I HORIZONTAL
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4 Dinner course
8 Vegetable
12 Greek letter
13 Nested boxes
14 Narrow
15 Indian VO
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37 Bulk
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41 Rocky
pinnacle
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45 Revolving bait
49 Made right
51 War god
52 Competent .
53 In this place
54 Table -gratuity
55 Pedal digits
56 Followers
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with the kmg. Declarer con- &till A Skunk .. ...
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queen of clubs. drawing
trImps, and led dummy's re- WICHITA. Kan. Aug. 3 iUPi-' P se aer filing to New Orlic s
hiaining heart. Ea.t played low. E'en when deodorized, skunks via Sant Marts C olombMia
Wd, South flne:sed the eight of are only -half safe." Mrs. Mir-
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diamond from the dummy. '.
xt he rutjed his last heart in Returnine home she went to Week aain f twelve
d4mm vpetd returned the.lkin, eO the doe kennel to get her pet., Ale m "'
dtmonnis. Mrs. Fulzenloger opened Prettv's .
East wal obliged to win with cage and reached out to pet the
the ace of diamonds and wa.< animal Pretty responded by bit- Frequent freight Milf
.npw end-played If he returned ing her left hand. The skunks wMs oa0 t ClpU14
ihdliamond or n heart, dummy mistress required hospital treat- '
Ieild ruff whilr, South discarded ment.
.,spade. Nor could East save EL
S self by leading a spade, since Mrs Fulzenloger said the pet
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No. 4 Tivoli Ave -Phone 1-2291, and

MOR1I0ISON'S
Fourth of Julv Ave -Phone 2-0441


No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon

"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Espafia No 34 Panam R. P.
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No 3 Lottery Plaza Pbone 2-3199


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SFOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
11* Household .i AutomoblOe a s i~~A
* R ALE- G. E wr.rner rpc FOR SALE: 1949 Bukk 4-door .
wa.shrng macthne. 60 cycle. ued, Seden. super. dynailew, rdio, enx-
S,6 mnonn.m 0777-8. WillIOamo.' celleit rubber. plu ,lnifltkent WE E. "KMed
Place. Baboa. Tel. 2-3343, oler uphel ." ri. S alnt y Hun-. Central Avenue2 C Strel
:4 1 m. -icuntt .ll ISt., Central Ave. ncr. Telephone 2-3479, PInasma.
STALe-l Wrobi T. 80'ii:________ To MIAMI & '"EW YORK via
Chet t Dawers. oak, $3.00, FOR SALE:-.- 4-deor Se- Booing 4.nin pls.
I Chna Closer. mahogany $15 00.U dan. *eKCWeT ft servicemen, to Miaml: 70.00 R 0
w $126.00. Onei-way to Now~s; yh
in sop kitchen table with 4 with ett ra sb seen. $126.00. One-way to New Verb:
$15.00;-Veneer library Smoot y mi lte b 16 St. $114.00 Round-trip S$214.
orved lea$20.0 Crved Cntrl Ave. TO.L Ij i. PANAMA DISPATCH A I
a 4ordmp $ 1 0 50 ; P ia n o $ 1 0 0 1F O R S A L E :- 1 9 4 t ll rt ib Ie te l e p h o n e 2 1 6 5 5.16 5 5
,0 House 5459, Diablo, 2-1310 w-w.tire, nw FR SI.-.' A VISIT TO THE SAN BLA
Ever'blwigs and Soturday, Sundoy. z295o00 smoet a Hit inHiyt S. A. ILANDS! AUGUST 7. 8',I.
tE -. add w(ee. l.u. Th trip o your life. J e Jim
6OR SAJV:-Doubl@.bedS (cample'ei 16th. AJ am" ". ealls .
OJaunt thru the' A of to Co-
S$48.00; Single $3300; Choars $2.- FOR SALE--19- 54lhvrolet 2-door Jaunt u BiPas WI o al
k 00; Sacriticing wardrobes trom Saden, .power qde. radio, f-ne. doy Bf i pa b b IPaidbma's
$18.00 and China Closet from upholsfry, five ood tires. excel- Pescadora. Fridati 6 a
$ 35.00 (overstocked); Tables from lent buy for only 1.545 00 Srnoot m. arre i ?W p. m., 'leave
$3.50; Dining sets $28.00; Gas y Hunnicurt S. A. 16th St. Cpitrl Colon 9:30 p. eS. for Son Bloa and
Stoves (guaranteed) $59 00 and Avenue. Tel. 800 Colon. Pa.:o Bello, returning Colon Sunday
$69.00; Electric Stoves iguaron-
teed $25.00 and $35.00; Brand FOR SALE:-1949 Frd Coue w afternoon. Through the Conrl Man-
Snew .overstuffed sectional l.vng radio, for only $950.0& sy pey- day 6 a. m. returning to Balboo
suite (5 pieces) ONLY ment., easy buy. y p pi- Meals catpre*. by El Panama, ring
I Mny other bargains i cutt e .Ith. eA,.saks h bthinit, Jocket
sed, and reconditioned tu flippe and spears for underwater
an r~~condiSAiefr fishing, and'vour camera and; rolls
CASH OR CREDIT Cal 2RS'0 af color filis, Please m inq rerve-
tions early through your TAvl
We Deliver at -120 orrlye
U We Delive atX 5520.C. iy-. C Agent. or Jungle J.m ice at Pan-
4Auto Row Tel. 3-4911 ;OR SALE 1948 Pontiac, good a 3-1660. Special price for groups
We also reupholster and slio coier. condition. goqd tie, all occes- of 10 to 1.6 people.
Call for Free Estimate onres. Liaying the Ibttwh s, must
----------Chf gs toesacrif'le. Call Bolboa 2-1505. FOR SALE
FOR SALE:-Magic Chef gas stove; House 149- -
60 cycle washing machine; com- ... "
bination carriage and stroller; play FOR SA L: *deer--
pen. All in excellent condition. Con SImden mw FOR SALE: F .table in very
Sbe seen at Quarters 15-A, Fort firs. yment good coni _f t )i hest bidder.
SAmodor. pi** a r : 'wk utt S. A. May be sen at a 902, Apt
----- S E:----Modern mohoga. d .ve., Tel. 00, 8. La Boca.
FICA SALE:-Modern mohogany din- Co-" .
ing room set, one month old. 60 -- FOR SALE:-1950 NeMhi."-Adio. o. d.
cycle G. F. washing machine, 8 FOR rAl.,- 1947 Dodge. 5 new reclining seat-bed, etc. "'150 'Hr-
tubes radio. Misc. household art t/wI. battery, radio Phone 3- ley Davidson "74" hyd lidd, all
1After 3:30 p. m. House 2129-B, 2161 or 3-1007. extras. Telephone 2227, Kell, Al-
phone 83-5235. ____FOR SALE.-1950 Ponioc 4 doors, brook Fire Station.
CR' SALE: Small apartment sz excellent condition. new tires. FOR SALE -National portable ew-
p:ano. A real bargain. $135 00 rodio. h)dramatic, tailored seat cov- ing machine with attachments.
715-B, Prado. ed No reasonable offer refused $75.00. Balboa 3438.
F -S-AL-After 3 30 pm. House 2129-B,
FOR SALE:-25 Cytle refigerotor Curundu Phone 83-5235. FOR SALE:-A few rebuilt typewrit-
25 cycle washing machine Lino- ers, various sizes, each with Mew
leums 6 x 9. Vanity & llanch. Qirs FOR SALE.-194I Ford Sedon i4 dust cover. Price $70 00. Act now
219. Albrook AFB. Phone 86- dooi Radio,' excellent motor Wilcox Co, Tel. 48, Colon.
15140. Fphoe Navy 3303, ask for R. D.
S ------ Flpp; FOR SALE.-Compl.e LHara Station
DO C AA IL ---- tGlobe Champion Traosmitter, ,50
,, t. lR SA- kL..-- FOR SALE 1938 Buick Sedan watts. Collins 75-Al Receiver. Col-
G ociod con.-i,.on. muit sell immre- lin VFO. Panadaptor, fone patch
S Boats & Motors a0ately Call Ft. Clayton, 7193. Rotary Beam, Code Oscillator..Al
fOR SAtE:-Bargain 1952 Elgin out- duty hours. Z 5-60 Cycle. 14 horse 25 cycle 1
board' motor 7.5 horsepower and; FOR SALE -Baiga.n 1947 Plymouth iotAor 25 cycle.fpp. irp "2
S1 ft marine plywood hboa with 4 OtOL $506.00(% Insurance av.,oirw ', 3341 AnCOni. *


,.. equipment. Both for $175 00. 16th coisn, paid for yed?
" Street, house 2-A, San Froncsco Perfect mechanical condition No
. Next to Roosevelt Theatre. 19 East 45th Street. downstairs.
S FOR RENT o'FOR SALE --1950 Studeboker. Ex-
FOR RENT cellent ccndlton. 16.000 m-lei
iLow down payment Liberal lerms
Miscellaneous Call Curundu 5245
tOP RENT: 63 Plymouths in' FOR SALE -1949 Ford 2 Door. Se-
-Juew York. WirP3liver and o.ck- dan. Very good condition. $850-
p t pier or hotel. G. E Audy I 00. 572-D. Curundu Hgts. Tel
.2001 N. Vonbur-St., W.lmi.n. 83-3122. Call after 4 30 p. m.
ton, &, FC. SALE -5 acres form 4 000 M2
I, C A -. New Ariaian or INueva Guo-
FO SAL i roe $850.00. Phone 3-3840
SFOR SALE --1947 Qe6soio 4 do6r
;wil radio. in gi jond.,ion, real
$ E -Solsb s er engne bargain ice A y No 8060.
or 1le paintosd .tires excel- Apt, 2. 810 .St 5ta.,habel. Colon.


WANTED :-Moi, dependable. Daysl
off during week. 2724-A. Nico-
bar. Coco|ll.
WANTE :-Experienced maid,. hve
in. Generb hotewo i4hULor?
care af nr.cotj* F
620. .
Position Offered
WANTED:-Sales agents for club,
vApply with your identificottn card.
(Cargep.t .God appoLrtunijty.Jor
interested peToons Pori ion urrt,
lure No. I16, Central AOnue.
. WANTED,


946 Cues n.O m Littl 'Mothes Mimejlaeou.
Pat shift, excellent con-
ien. A look 3285. w C WANTED:-Vocotion quarters. Sept.
7.H I fFirst throw Nove. 15th ieoe
One TeMany *--) 5083-A.,'Cf 2-3429.
ARION, I11. -(UP) The a APARTME WANTED 'pj
mson county grand j. ; "-North 'AVericA cou1e getting
:and returned 3 indictments The o JUte .,others" and the married desire an unfurnished one
a.judge ruled, they were i.-litle fatherr' from five to or two bedroom apartment or
I because there was one too bght years old .Abered in the chalet. Write Box 1719,' elboa.
1? Jurors. The extra mni, nrror room of, ealboa gym- C.-Z.
gphl Greathouse. Cartferlle. naslum on r orng, to -A ED:-For-
called for ~etit jury duty partilcpatl n shoWANTED:For csh-2 .p. out-
Wt in with the grand jurors sponsored Edu- board notor. Any make, Ltg -
a tionandel. Send postcard Bo1C 2 cv.
-- - -. _..l .. the Divia | .. .
/ Many sa t i title mothers" I .
brought Itwho were I, '
A 0 li also wefll 1 the occa- I"'
CV I slion. A large variety of creations
AV I Iwere modeled, making it very. .
DSI D ENT S difficult forthe" u"id to elect i
.thp winners.
i D NT Prizes w ele riven to the girls '
Sand boys for the be't lon'mng VLADIVOSTOK
outfit and the most original.
SS For the girls. Anne Stitch and
Jean Bo"sell were even first
U se rizes Ciroline Anne Peek and
Patsy Albrltton second oriz-s. .-ip
ClTCH IITE ~ ~Rlro Selbv and Tinnod .-T:
Molit took places lor the It. _, JPN ,AN
ti fathers" -Alfred Chase and
liliv Olitari come In second .
Refreshment were served to
the pprtichiantq Ae TOO
S F4,VFNWORTH. Kan UP -
,'r Le-venworth ,ounty sP nt'A .
ff'ce in one day 'received IL
"'"r I Peter. cent h' a New York .0
k firm irciner tho ddressee
1 keen up-'o-Onte on 'qrm pub- ~
l *tin-, rTh- f,ir letters were
dd ess-- r past county a- (NRA New1map)
SA. '.ents--all dead. BOMnSVMC i UB. of-
at _ld t tficials ]ve M ade a T ery
Srsharp rep to Rualan ac-
P3' C-P v FXTRFi5.i 00iCnts i49ft Ot %ueoR Of Bfa
Sr.ll or Snpre Tm, AmerTm bbm r. The
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FOR RENT

FOR itET:-3 bedroom chla
VMe. To risponsilFe tshiH
e' garden. $175. Tn..
FOR RENT: Completely f
chalet, two bedrooms, maold
roprqe, independent entrance.
Ifrqrhttfton ask housedioia
4h Avenue No. 15. San Fronlo
nhts phone 3-0308.
T:-2 bedroomftcholt, I
$In7O porch, ding lpom, kihon
In, 3aro ge, No. 4,- 1"nl
-street, facing Tile Wt0>y P40
amna. Enquire some low-. '"
FOR RENT:-Ist of S1ir0lf.
VW*e now occp Y Ct p
: aftsador, Tefphlan I2
Panamao.
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FOR RENT: Fum d
$75, including until PhMo
amp 3-2051.


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apartment in Vist cm
furnished, n ..Jinopn, sll
Chinawaor, jGt w
machine endt i tA heater q
four months. Call 3-3372. i


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climbing animals which raid
brlow nests at night.


FURNITURE
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IMPORTED AND NATIONAL
Only finest selected dried mahogany u4
Choose your own styles and oolors
PAYMENT PLAN TO SUIT CUSTOMER

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Round; Hinkle Is Second

Sy Beeson, a 17-year-old sharpshooter whose
home is hard by the fourth green at the Panama
NGoif Club, won the first Caribbean Junior Champ-
sbonsip yesterday with a 54-hole total of 215.
Billy had only a one stroke nine and made Billy battle it
ead starting the day yesterday out all the way to the wire.
I't Fort Amador but he im- Hinkle posted a one under par
Snediately served notice he was 31 and Arango and Moya both
iletermined to be the kingpin had 32.
)y firing nine straight pars on In the 13 and under group, K.
;he out nine, and then finished "Mofo" Arosemena grabbed top
he day with an even par 68. honors with A 27-hole total of
Balboa's 15-year-old Sandy 131. Alberto Paz Rodriguez fin-
ainkle finished second with 220, wished second with 13, blowing
plombl' Jorge Mario Arango a big lead .n the last- day. E-
rd witt&124, Costa Rica's 14- duardo Aran:r was tlgrd with
ear-old LUls Moya fourth with 137 and Osc'-r Velez at Colom-
S 3 ad Jimmy DesLondes fifth bia fourth with 138.
l oth-f 4 Beeson. Hinkle, Moya and
I AI of Billy's competitors had DesLondes will make the trip to
i touch of the jitters at the the U.S. to compete in the Jr.
trt yesterday but they all a- Chamber of Commerce Inter-
azed the galleries with bril- national Junior Golf Champion-
t recoveries on the short ship at Ann Arbor, Mich.


aval Station Triumphs

i 4-58 Over 'All-Stars?

To End Successful Siaon
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The, Naval Station quintet, made 28, while the All-Stars
amgons of the Atlantic Bas- were sinking 18 out of 31. Jerry
itbal League for the second Stelzer had an amazing 13 for
onecutive year, received their 14 and Donaldson came off with
phies Friday night and then a perfect free throwing tcord,
eeded to defeat the All- 6 for 6. This more th offset
as in a thrilling 64 to 58 con- the All-Star's : advantae on
field goals. The All-Starrs caged
"Before a packed house, the 20 2-pointers a g a 1 i t the
crowd of the season, the champ's 18.
junior Size" basketball players The box scores:
Cristobal and Margarita's
*' League sput on a display "C" LEAGUERS
i'made the cage outlook for u' ARGARITA
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N1 decision over the lads Didier 1 2 2 4
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home team maintained Willford 0 0 1 0
advantage from start to Newhard 0 2 2 2
but never throughout the Robinson 0 0 0 0
was the gap more than Deakins 0 0 0 0
points while parents and French 4 1 5 9
leered the two teams on.
and Rankin, each with 9 7 12 25
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for the Margarita five, VS .
Longo's sixmarkers wa LONGSHOT CLASSIC WINN11ER 1
ir the losers. CBISTOBAL man, one of the members of tQ0 P
atmosphere of champion- ter of owner Carlos Alberto Degue ata
play prevailed as Naval Brooks 1 0 2 2 terday's $5,000 added one-mile-and-
a and the All-Star quintet Cox 0 0 0 0 horses. Trainer Alberto Pereira,
he floor for the finale of Chong 1 1 2 3 look on. (Center) King's Prize cro W
lantic Basketball League. Garcia 1 4 3 6 Main Road while the other contend
ng true to form, Noel Gib- Longo 3 0 0 6 the reins of his classy English thoroiltt
the league's top point Dougan 0 0 1 0
acturer, led the All-Stars Sasso 1 2 3 4
te scoring for the night Stone 0 0 0 0
25 points. Navy's Jerry Magrani 0 ,.0 0 0 r7. *
who finished the season I l o
to Gibson, paced the 7 7 11 21 .[I( 0 f i l
ions with 24 markers. -
0l Station piled up an
ead and were already out I NAVAL STATION I
nt by a 24 to 13 count I I/ il
the first quarter ended.t FG FS PF TP; s set W ie n It,
held that 11 point ad-ILott 1 6 2 8 'U
!e through the second Minor 3 4 5 10 r n u' renrt-
. leading at half time 37 Stelzer 6 12 3 24 ,Cas xsAlberto Duque's report- h-r



n's lead had been whittledl l 2 2 9 victory in yesterday's big $5000
p ints, 47 to 41. With bothV added Gambling Board Cla ssic ed
ea displaying excellent ALI TARS over a distance of one-mile-
ball points were rapidly Gibson 10 5 2 25 and-five-sixteenths at the Na- i
iged in the fourth quar- Manning 1 5 2 7 tional Race Track out at Ju 1-WhIte I
it the All-Stars could gain Hayes 2 0 1 4 Franco. 2-Yosikibo
)und and wound up on the Didler 3 4 5 10 IChilean jockey Orlando Casti- .o
endofa 4 to 58 o t. Mor 0 2 1 2 I lo gave the four-year-old bay
I Station s superiority mIn Hooper 0 0 2 0 son of Big Game-Steady Aim al l ,.-ai,
ee tossing department was Hering 1 0 5 2 perfect ride. off fast, Castillo 2-B".-'
eventually proved the dif- Sparks 0 0 a 0 held King's" Prie of the pace 3-"He
between victory and de- Fltton 3 2 3 8 after leading the first twofu r- i, S-
dt of40so ae fm 'longs then when the Prize Cradle g S
gratis department. Navy 20 18 23 58 begged for his head rounding
Sthe clubhouse turn, Orlando al-
lowed King's Prize to take com-
chers finding It oughe mr and again and gave him the I-Coln
chers Finding It Toughe I gun.t2-Lonely
In the run down the back- 3-_ Ladyc C
A j stretch the second time around, One-.-w
Kin 20 Gam es These Days g's Prize quickly opened a Moy)
W in II Gam es/ These Days 'long lead over the early con-
tenders Mirzatoats, Kiosco F
o and Goyonder and was full
7 YORK. Aug. 3 It'sl National League batting lead- of run when second choice 1-Sherry
er than ever these days for, ers surpass their A m e r c a n Main Road moved up menacing- betting).
cher to post a 20-victory League counterparts in every ly on the final bend. 2-Metto
m. particularly in the hit-A division of propelling a baseball Main Road gained somewhat 3-Lady I
National League. ; higher averages, more runs in the run to the wire but Quinieli
in Roberts of the Phillies.; batted in and more home runs. King's Prize was still going $3.80.
ly within reaching dis-1 The American League had strong at the finish and crossed
Is the only Nationall nly eight .300 hitters last year the finish line three lengths to
er regarded as a sure bet aI at the moment approxi- the good. Track charmn Amorio. 1-Don P1
p 20 but even the Amer- mately the same number fig- i which came from far in the 2-Enriqu
League's list may shrink arem to make it'again. And it's iruck. took third place four
last year's total of five. not precisely the same eight lengths behind Main Road while
b Lemon of the lndi sm ffr' two-time batting champ Mirzatoats outlasted Klosco by f|
Mel Parnell of the Red Perris Fain of the White Sox a half-length for fourth place
are leading the Amer- mbds a spurt to claim into money rII m
League drive toward the eoten mion. King's Prize turned the dis-
s 20 with 15 and 14 re- Last year's 20-game pitchers tance in 2:24 2/5 over a very
avely in the official week- were Cleveland's big three 'slow but drying out track. He -leL
average. Virgil Trucks of Early Wynn. Bob Lemon and: returned $19.80, $12.60 and $8 60 lUb
White So% and Mike Gar- Mike Garcia plus Bobby: across the board and $63 in the
3ave a chance to slip in Sants of the Athletics. Alliequinlela with Main Road.
26 but that s about it. Reynolds of the Yankees and Mutuels favorites Coynes Ed-
Roberta. gar and Goyonder finished next Marvia
Ity-game pitchers have Shantz, off to a bad start to last and last res timely. OilCo
growing scarcer in recent this year, is out of the running The former apparently pulled ed In
laine the rising accent on as a repeated and Reynolds up lame while Goyonder just day to
ra but there an even' probably won't make it again didn t have It. Pin Pon, which the l3
reason in 'he National either since he now essentially started last, made up some Tournesi
e. The hitters are taking is a reliever ht self.I ground but was outclassed roo
Warren Spaea of the Braves Another noteworthy feature pay
least 16 National League and Gerry S&aley of the Cardi- yesterday was the upset scored ce
,rssev n more than last nals are elo behind Roberts by Chilean bred Tanier In his par
veaexcellent chance in point of Natlaal e vic- first local start in the night-
rting .0 or better thij torics and each s us Sake tap.
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Irvn tofthe 'din I- "f f' 1to SU during of reports that the horns was
f the an itev Lok rne se-ond half of Ue season not ready. He broke fast,' took
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Ready To Run

Again If Asked

LONDON, Aug. 3 (UP) -
Adlai stevenson refusea today "Let the people know the truth and the c is e -n U
1 to confirm or oeny a puollshea *-
: report quoang him as baying he
wul rtup r eiesmdent again 1 TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAR. PANAMA, B. P., MONDAY, I X UVT 3, 1 5.
he asked.
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; es yesterday quoted Steven- .
P .Ja 5asaing privately. "Since a

say tnat I were asked I y R Sidpv
'run again." .
Stevenson said he did not ex- f , '
t to run because party po-
ti lansare tradion.all reluct-Korean Conference I
a nt to renominate a once-de-
d candidate tne Sunday
es reported. SEOUL Aug. 3 (UP) Presi- political and press attack In close study which t er. The sour
Stevenson is in seclusion dent Syngman Rhee has prepar- Britain and West Stae last 0 1 ll. I Korean tr
1w writing articles on his tour ed a "line of no retreat" program week because of anM Impled Btish press, lot United tal
the word. His aide William for the Korean political confer- threat to walk out of the een- tile Dulles' statement American f
ijafi, said Stevenson was shown ence and will ask John Foster ference unless It proeueded in U e:walk-out last we a necessary
te Sunday Times article but Dulles to give it America's stamp accordance with Ameriean de- p 0 attention todat, Dulles, St
Would maie "no comment at of approval, it was learned here sires. t, made before I18 loads of hi
t." today. An official described DUlles' K nt America wOtld' M ad Defens
If as reported Stevenson's Reliable s o urc e s said the proposal to make Sout8iKorea a c her Allies ,will. arrive
ftemept as quoted by the South Korean plan is based shop window for De0u cy In expects Open "coma
*'day Times %w;s the clear- upon the "long beld convic- Asia by using Un te ons ts week p Rhee In pr
'indeiation so far that the tion" that the polteal confer- forces for rehab it "both W ates to rean peace
;-OWer Illinois governor would ence will'be a failure. moderate and const e._ K. again Dfles
'b aVallable in 1956. Rhee, according to these "This plan will be gi"en sym- up 'I attacked, talks with
Only Wednesday, Stevenson sources, holds the following views pathetic conalderatUl and the se said today. ; "', s a mut
as asked by a newsman ap- for the forthcoming political part Sat
i g with him on a BBC conference which wm attempt to -- o -- les el
{ on program whether he solve the problems of Korea: 'W atevens car
run again 1) There must be complete un- the final d
"am obliged to say to you, fication of the country and t I O Plt al NOnriey pact andt
t f I Icould answer your must be Aehleved by bringing while they
quest io n-which I can't.-I North Korea under the govern- Sources sai
", dn't," Stevenson said. ment of the Republic of Korea 'f P Iic P re ; A well-IW
gave much the same an- which has been duly recognized O ut O f Politcal Pare t
bat a press conference by the United Nations.1 drat of th
at a press conference the ) If the political conference f -r, along *
recan not achieve unification on-
enson plans to leave for those terms, the conference WASHINGTON, Aug. 3 (UP)- United States. South orn
Thursday and will fly from should be terminated and the American offtpial want'to limit per ls one or t t the potntsM
'uto New York Aug. 19.d N b mil o the United NNatekio delegation to On -ethe V li
will arrive In New York should effect the unification ho fer ean- the
morning of >Aug 20 and by force. conference fT1 er 17 -ot aons and-possibly the Sokol
y11 to Chicago, en route which actually fought In eba s. to e l
a Illinois home, that same 3) The political conference This would- rule out India D feels Britain
should have 90 days to prove its which has been suggested by Iclu because t
worth. After that time limit. the Britain as a member of the U. N. played the war and
Republic of Korea and the Unit- team which is scheduled to meet vortant stake In the FatV
k au AmnAi4 nm ed States should break off the with the eds within N day Frane -II case ir
-L0 ad AlE bUI talks and take a firm stand. If after the JulyM X toe laning. problem arises; .
Sr C necessary, Kaeea Is willing to "go State Departm t ial feel preseDint2 o
a alone." the U. N., d* a b.should be ani Colombia
Sources close .to. Rhee said he kept as ,M a ps the tiUe lf Iatth Am-ULM.,
will Insist that Korean views conference 'whh will oemader No 'atlon has
FAril Here w take precedence 0ve r British Korean uni tlaton, and removal as a te1t",e=
f o rId He wishes. of foreign troops from ROMes. Asian
Rhee. they pointed out, feels No final decision hbq been KOr t t he
A meeting to form a chapter the British are willing to make reached and the makeup f the t
f Disabled American Veterans too many concessions to the U. N. delegation Is not expected veral .Sag Hs
W be held at the Balboa USO- Communists "in order to pro- to be settled until after the at o
a9 Aug. 17, It was an- tect their own Far East inter- U. N. General Assembly meets ou
today. ests." a source close to Rhee said. Auf. 17. had n1- l
ld J. Busch has been au- In thlb connection, they said The Uniteds States and Its al-R U
Sessed by DAV national ad- Rhee will askhDUeq to premee lies have started consultations, _
at V. D. Corbly to serve as that CommiSalst Chins not be however, In efforts to agree ol maw India I
cal organizer Busch, who admitted t the mUnted Nations the makeup of the delegation. the C.m .
SmembeshIp In Chap- ahead of the Rep e of Korea. Secretary of State John Foster -' hBrII think India be- meet .fit '.
1 Of Cinciitnai, 0., can Over eoul's nmain streets new Dullesemet last week with am- a longin th1e eonferencewbela In
ated by telephone at 4394 signs have pgone up saving: bassadors from Briain. TurYk oer the planwrwe
announcementsaiddallrea.r" rahm iboe because she Is t i rmi li
+Th~e announcement said all rea." ]:PfDulles is said t have informed biggest non-Communist natlop Wlss 3
emen and veteran who "Expel the Chinese Reds." them that he favors Britain, i. o ms
been wounded, asse or "Exeditetheconchsionof the France, Colombia, Turkey, the in _
bled In the line o duty in military security vact."
i f war while serving in the In Pusan the Korean national G '
Armed Forces are eligible assembly unanimously adopted awn
membership in the DAV or- resolution emanling: at. oor Smith
ton. 1) A 90- av time limit oni the bin Co-hat
members are needed to politicFal conference. Re ~ msaey
ind Cluhapter of thuse DAV, 2 i Th e pars .b e limited red h Plto 1h.de w
s the only congressionally to those nations which fought n A The mesa C oned the 1 ,
S.ered organization made up Korea.n net ons on the er Capt rach.a



frplngeses. was seriously U. N.-Souponthe sovre e ignty of Capt. George H. Smiathat r uneral Air ky r-quarters Il


Colon Hospital, were treaty are so edaled to arrivbenb sent to the Par D's two left _
.taken last nght after within minutes l ine Dulles' Charleton Navy Yard. Me-ges ,r the plane
*red Employe the Re e nhoud be consider- Panama Canal pilot, died Sat- I hm to make
found unconscious ulle an ou of condolumbiaence sh south Cartoo- cash ifor Beirut, -ean
SCrsobal Clubhonsiouse. British offials n Lonlon said homwhere he made his home. Greekbanon ran.


wa levelound about : today that Dulles has calmed Columba, S.C. Air Fnlce the plane car- ew es
by Lt. Austin Cullen mere n walkout at the Koda. er Mass. He serviced with tbe held o e equipped with t
Sto a calrom olitical conference. U.S. N avy. The message to 1916, tohe ICnflatal l ebaJoinedats. t
ASevens and hi delegation who see,
J. Quigley, retired Ca-the Theyoen need tlatiles on the par of his service beor ing Capt. search. e control tow- btr
oes. was seriously the ances that th e United States wHI Third Officer ofsaid th funeral Air quarters up two
olon Hospital. were treaty are scedfied to adoptrrive left trshehould be sent to the Parisl. n..
Staken last night after within mlindtes o owing Dulles' Charleston Navy Yard.Messages wth The t motors
SCristobal Clubhouse. British officials In Lonlon said home address, 822 rican-Hawaicken Street, Lebanon landing "
Sound about 10:0 p.m. State was the tart Du e of bier a nlmed af Lines, Air returning to the The sthelaner tp-





_yNavy during World War I with pedC olumat coa
Division rescue team d- Brit fears of an mpatioent A- Capt. Smith was born in Bev-ied 3 d a crew
by L. Austin ullen erican "walk at the o- Aftery, Mass e served withe war he of. u ed wth



u an inhalator before the They welcomed Dulles' asr- latter pved on a numbervice being as OfShip- cll 1oto tow- uB
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thehospitac t it A -ls man and Stt Salvage Corp. aotHe ftheNyosrvwh5.
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the rank of lieutenant. Rhodee .. ......
After the end of the war heI "-----"od o h---
ae served on a number of U.S. Ship-
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the Atlantle Bide where he had
g a C0 fi tved for most ofall canal serv-
ice. He was for some time busl-
aMkenlon-_ns..yMes n MM'-,mf ness manager of the Pilots Aso-
kWo 1 doe b d I* n--fer elation and served on the Pilot
fbt -ineo"a g r, Selection Board.
He was an active member of
the American Legion, had been
a fl-terested in the Cristobal Little
Ihter a for a number of
Sears took iG a'eve part in the .
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Day. wreckage 1 f
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