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:
AA00010883:01680

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The Mail BOen s an open teomn to, .. .:' uf The '
Slen. Letters are received gretafully and ore handled fL- 4. ,"1
demtiol manner.
It yes ctribul a letter don't be impatient it k M
utt day. Letters are published in the order receive '
Plasm try to keep the letters limited to one
Identity ot litter writers 's held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tfor statements as opmioenI
aeprtesed in letters from ecaers
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TAXED 'FREE RIDER' TAKES THE FLOOR


S Being as how I'm not an ardent follower 9f tl* 41 x,
don't know if any letters, pro or con, have bien au iU.
iolht*wng subject. As far as I know there have been no rjtarks
adil against, we who didn't donate to the "good 1 ta. 'But
ms of you who did donate seem to have the deasie to be qupe-
ordr mpnething.pf that nature by displaying yotr sacrifice to
a M-nAmtors fly means of a very obvious deoorationhci ryour
automobiles. I feel that if you good people can make your feel-
gs public. 1 have the freedom df doing the same, I am sure
at my views are very similar to those of the "small" percentage
t the rest of us "Free Riders."
If you will recall In 1776, we th tIzenUM of the United
States gained our freedom from England." Theye was'a war of
much bloodshed by our ancestors, the result being many privil-
eges, some of which are: the freedom of speech that w. Amer-
scans are so proud to possess today; also tha, freedcap f having
taxation with representation. What better example dtio e have
of taxation without representation than Is here Oap iezone? I
am a "Free Rider" tie tune of approximately $56000 per month.
Is this a donate m country, oe am I not allowed- some sort
of representat t extra charge) in Congress?
Our Govlr ( fiB be.. good enough to let us keep our
twenty-fiti et eirt to which I whole-heartedly feel
we are j ." Cons JauMary 1, 1954 if Congress sees fit
'to te t y, from us, believe me they will. Haven't they
hter' es? necessities away from us?
jr ..pdbple of the "good cause" feel that the unity you have
a wwqius-amount to a "rpw of beans" In Washington, we'll wait
untW a ire all united an that January boat back to the good 'olc
US3.A. Then we'll all ."free riders" with a free "Qne way" tic.e-
,, qt (maybe) as the coppjIments of the "anCan- company. Most of
.p will have nojobs.tr* omes to go to 'I wond&* the cbtmmittee
*..tor Displaced Per~ i il meet "u.. in New '*'YriWith a cup of
toffee and a doug jw but some of our kids wll have a $10.00
pair of shoes, or t|.,or sweater or the like.
When the / xanal sends that local rate in. to take over
your lob. as a resit of ou t'xend Mr. Newman's recommenda-
tions, will your l.$ O donationhelp then??.-f
Yes, I'nim t' e rider," and not a damned bit ashamed of it.
Either. .
See ya'. t'f anuary-everybody.
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Comment

By Victor Nteed
ROME:-All is not lamourm
on fashionable Via Voneto
despite Ihe ruidy-haimed Md
row be- ded, Clifton Webb aid
the raven-hued beauty 4inZa
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cares.
I The glamor is offmet by the
jntrigiae of special British a Iits
Whose mission in this Ece.nab
ify is to pay off political lead-
and turn them anti-United
itotes.
One doesn't say "bribery" in
this diplomatic lmast., One
says "subsidy." Ahd the bqst in-
formed sources on international
political intrigue here sa4y the
know there is one biltt1 1el
about $1,500,000) fl oatint
around Italy's industrial cutAl
for Just such a "subsld ".
Italian ieelallst and lab r drp
cles if the latter are willing t -
turn anti-U.8. .
The money, which Li a' vist
sum be is to be used to. set up
a new non-Cbin nutsut'bt anti-
Amerlo4n labor federt oa to ref
place the one 'which has been
friendly to "capitallWt"jAmerica.'
Where this money actually
comes from no ont e n w. But ,
the intelligence e mfs 4e*
know that Britl 'itS alt
and labor circles se tpay-
off masters. tTYI iiws
operation ia i g.p-
port for the U.X t Ie' the
Italian government .Cw the
French and Germsaa oer or
later) and mate lerlean
OCpitalism the worh Ditemy
Ote It place of eft Corn-
Smealm. .
It's this British. ltmue. on
certain Italian. _all..s which
shook th D u*M i rn-
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It. is this British I flBl In
world Socialist and lab MOblkes
which everywhere Is tee pphwr-
head of the drive against the
United States skillfully wbl-
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Is 16,000 Cases In 33Years
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LOS ANGELES, Aug. 10 (UP)- surgeon cut an open l t the
Meet Dr. Polio. He's treated 16,- wind pipe .ad b e-
U00 cases in 33 years, l1,0u m creations win d pooti. in
the last six. the throat a ; v 4ut=aw e the
Right now 89 per cent of his patient. And it s him at what
patients with severe paralysis of breathing rate to st the respira-
lung muscles live despite it. tor. '
Thhty-tnree years, ago, waen he
started, it was zero per cent. He g ive the patient blood I
He is Dr. Albert G. Bowers, plasma. This is to replace ewren-
chiet of the communicable dl- trial constituents which the dis-
sease department of Los Angeles ease process hasl. e s t royed.
County General Hospital wlich Through a tube pusl~ed down in-
gets, by tarW more polio cases to the stomach, he may filter in
than any hospital anywhere. He hernm prote .
has held his job there since 1920. These
If you were to seek out the of ils own
medical men most responsible perlences w a
for medicine's present ability to vehement aA
keep humans alive for years al- clinician no di
though they're totally paralyzed death when thigS e,
and even unable to breathe on the situation *"1
their own, you'd have to count he has learned. ,
this Dr. Polio among them. He has no "private" p-tienta--
all are treated on a purely demo-
Doctors come here from all cratic basis In the wards e
parts of the world to watch him county hospital. "t) 'r,
In action. Only last month the the colored ma" Oi"4 4 Me-
minister of health of a South canf child on adtot
American republic was function- One patient twd'yea` ,
Ini as an interne in his service, his own daughlit-who ii a
Dr. Polio is the "eye" of a dis- complete recovery, ;
ciplined medical whirlwind. He '.-
commands a team. Medical spe- AR T I yll
ciallsts and nurses carry out his RUITH lILL y ...S
decisions even while they're he-
Ing made. Often there's more
than just life hanging in the A reader asks: "Would von
balance. During last year's epl- write an article on children
,demic he had 70 patients locked who pick, trample and zup'n- ,
4n iron lungs simultaneously. vely other people's flowers' and
His dictum Is that "most peo- shrubs?
Sle who die of polio are the peo- "it .ma to me ttt their
.ple who can't breathe." Some are own i hem would e' some
.qoing to die, no matter what a flowerap4a0d tealrt r yui,,n--
Acoctor does. Whether "many pa- sters to' enjoy tbhqM they Would -
-tients live or die depends on how have more' resapt' ,ir their
-Vuickly there is effective treat- neighbors' flower
.3nent of his physiological acci- With th$t I e'ree. an-
-dent his inability to breathe plies to ,-more th4 yf
.adequately." a child is tau iagci5
beauty and X.t.t4t'U'.e
The patient beins gasping, things at liot newJ
iHs skin appears luish. Under- show respe f l oth Mpey-
2 aeath therels a '**mondpu" Ole's pope
,,pset In the todftchaohichaac- But
_tvlties with ftraw',inmaterials, from a chiltt w**F ffais t
,which Include. air. This- is re- to take care of tlInl s at hone?
elected all but Instantly In the If he jumps up ani down. or
proteins of the blood. The "ph"-- walks' on his own soft, at home,
rilxlkallne balance goes he'll do the. same w'-en he is
c &W"ry and death strikes like a in someone else's house.
dia t Ift he hasn't been taught -at
Dr. Polio and his team have to and fort, to gr*w tVownrs 'or
inove fast. Otherwise they might had their beauty 'piuted Aot
*s well not move at an. The idea to him,, i lt -! ,kl that V
Is to detect failing lung muscles aJ'ill have t for the
before there is an, outward flowers ther *F ie ,work to
symptom, gasping. He has de- grow. ,,
%veoped a "respiratory ventila- If he is allowed" treat his
tion meter." When clamped over own taiaUlyl paseswsions. are-
the patient's mouth and nos- lessly, that Is the way he will
trails, Its dial registers the "tidal treat other people's,:
Sir" entering his lungs, 0So Its44 di.a.- CW11 "I1
That tells 'im when to gjttie rjstces to neglect to
patient into the iron lung. It al- him respect for beauty
so tells him when to have his for the care of possessions
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No. 4 T\oil AMe -Phone 1-2291, and

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Fourth of Juiv Ave.-Phone 2-0441


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FOR SALE


Household Anltomobiles
FOR A'-L ;. I We. ghc.a F-'P SALE -1950 Studeboker. Ex-
a'l P. ''- perle'i.' ri,', ** II. r.t ccnation. 16.000 miles.
di,;,C,. All h,.,.i,..' ,"n L.. d.-r'n ooament. Liberal terms.
.i o Ho, e 2v'" B. 'iu.. (. l Cuundu 5245.
*'-. F__ FOR SALE- 1946 Ford i4 door)
FOR -ENT -Pl0.i.: orrnm1 .iil..-: eilari radio. excellent motor. New
Cu,-h a a o-,,i..1-ir, cho.. r-.r batter\ Phone Navy 3303 between
,!nufui a,.' t."ble TEl. .4-c .- 9 a ,r. and 3 p. m. Ask for
-- F. chjrd Filppi
FOR SALF -- A,.i.u-, e c. -%, ,,r
room uole I, 4r. ',e,, FOR SALE -1947 and 1949 Willys
up:, I Jeep 19:0 Chevrolet. 4-door, '48
Noa.h 4 6ooa 1942 Buick Coupe.
FOR SALE. -Huehid *uNru1re No 3, Espaoia. Tel. 3-3022
washina rr.ach.r.e All do, u, "dou, -
and 4 to 6 week da,. H.ou.e 2172 FOR SALE -1948 Pontiac Stream-
D CurJrind I lner 2 ,oo., radio, hydramatic.
an eitr-.. good tires, custom-
Fo~ SALEo- R H.eli rE.,iler .o,
FOi: SALoE i. --a." Sc. b~, c~.' ,ioreid irilerior. Excellent condi-
i e e. all Io e e lba i use I 549-E, Govilan Rd.,
-- __ I Balboa
FOR SAL' -H-oulei.ld l,. .h qr'.g FOR SALE -Lincoln '49 convertible.
elEcI.c .- '.i rmc"Ch.r.F. BE. no- Ex.:elient ccnd.t.on $1,200 this
v",- r .r ,...Iol ... Lhre:e week. d4iv paid. Call 5 to 7 p. m.
r:i'e kveau.. H F n'i.Her s -4-I1 1 5 Fr Kobbe for information.
h ;, rf ...J. Holl.c a ir : .S -
ei Th. Ace' d.i or -nr.g. FCr SALE -Engl.ih standard 4 door
I- t fI K.t.L or ph.:re 4115 I edon, black 1947. Duty paid,
S-- 8 .:'od condition Must sell. Leaving
FC.' SALE -m-nton Chna. 88 DCi 385 :-r nearest offer. Apply 0313
zer,,Ce l..r 7,1.t TT'elch..ne Por". Cab'e Heights. Ancon.
urn.3 -I109 evnn.nq "--- --
FOR SALE ---WV~t.nghou" ReIr ger- W onted Position
ator. 25. c,.c-e all p:,c.lan. good .
cor.d.t.in. 5 :C.,') Hou t ,3u- Panoano..ian, while, bilingual, sober
C. Seccrd St Margaria '. o and dependable. Many years of
FC;' SALF -G:neral Elct,,,c reirg eoerience 'a office management
e.oror A cu It. N.:rge g .oe propcrtv acountoabilityand internal
m -icgcn d n.nq table 6 ha r. auditing with large American en-
rahogor., bueu h arge c l. terprise' and the U. S. Govern-
rnrinrO. oil n gocd cr.don Tel mer.t Siolicitor, Aptdo. No. 1195,
2-t '7, hc.uie Apt 4. t rudan- F anama
re St Pc rarean.an bilingual accountant
iC S LE.-7T U. 2 c,cl Fr.g dare rnd Auditor with solid qualifica-
r:.. igeaelr. Resc.,oble p..c tnr,.: eight years background ex-
A. cA .ol. Tel. Albro i6- per -nce and best references de-
S. SI Sre po'iion with industrial com-
".. Koen g rrcrcial or construction concern.
F(. .LE --Four burner g'. il, e Write Box 70. Panama.
-;':e bed. complete 212-A -
r cer. Place Ancon. I Helo W anted
FC RSAL'E -Modernm ,irgrcom., ec- --
,,.- ,-I st u'jtrm n,-ide n i n e WAN1 ED -Competent nurse maid
mnonin' old Also -- .temrn Arboix Bldg, 5th. St. Apt. 6, Co-
Qtr. 24-B, phone 86-1" 45, Air Ionn R P.
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rAeoIp I I.'. I ,ih i .-.m i0 i' uitchle ler reconstruction "Re-
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Central Avenue co"K et Or-
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To MIAMI & P'EW YORK vie AURA
Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way
to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip
$126 00. One-way to New York:
$114 00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
telephone 2-1655.
Try your luck!
with our merchandise club
ALMACEN LA PA;1SIEN
Central Avenue 113

FOR SALE-
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE--Complete HN of Smith
Way Welding Electrodes: Mild
steel, cost iron (Machinablet,
and hard facing. F. ICAZA Y CIA.
FOR SALE:-Piano Spinet Winter.
Chipendale Style $385.00. Call
Panama 3-2840. Prof. Cordona,
9 p. m.
FOR SALE: Shotgun, Remington
Model II with Cutts Compensator
20 gouge, new condition, 26" bar,
rel. $85.00. Call Cunndu 2226
after 4:30 p. m.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in public,
will be received until 10:30 A. M.,
August 21. i953, in the office of
Superintendent of Stdrehouses. Bal-
boa, for one lot of four buildings in
Pedro Miguel and one lot of one in
Paraiso. Form of proposal with full
particulars may be secured in the
offices of Superintendent of Store-
houses, and Housing Manager at
Pedro Miguel.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


FOR SALE:-25 cycle motors; 1-4,'
1-2 and I H. P. 1 BM, Aveni*o
Justo Arosemena, 48. Tel. 3-5481.
Bargain prices.

Administration
(Coutizued from Pare 1)


VHll. rI .ne 2-23" (' ru t'nue telephone 2-0406. emen s t F
.. nouncement Just about can- F
WANTED -Room oandi board with eels out the hope that the B o
,,.- *.- .. American foamly fr- techniltieon viet pace offe isive was *a:-
Merch nli rme ueb:o Nuevo or MEofaldres. Call West tg anle Et F
r Pant-ma 3-1240. One Italian official said, "The
omminffee Member WANTED -A gcod home for male Soviet Would not have made
golden Cocker Spaniel A.K.C. reg- public such a claim if they F
A !i A I--iL == 'i ,steied Housebroken, good with were really trying to ease East-
Arrines U a1 u I n ,children. Yours if you will care for West tensions."
I him Phone 88-908. The cloak-and-dagger work
United States R re- .,nt 'tt --.- by American Intelligence agents FC
United Staes Republic n would be used to supplement
r a ncis E Dorn. Repus n the S m scientific eveldence gathered
Ser -Cork Da rcnth. ome Freed from Soviet atomic explosions.
theJ tsils afternoon on the (Continued from Page 1) ofThe Unitedting Sovietates chief ways to
,, .ama Liler CriAtoOal tor a o detect Soviet blasts Is to
vL to the Canal Zone. F. was mg prisoners had reported that monitor radioactivity in the t-
accomnpanied by Mrs. Dorn andIthe Reds had: mosphere. The last known Rn- -
thmee chledben I 1 1 Talked 135 Americans and sian explosion was in October,
thiee childtin 51 Britains Into turning down the 1951. But the long lapse is not
Dorn series on the Merchant chance to eo home and instead necessarily a sign of Inactivity.
Marine anu Fishieries Curnmiit- lihming~ for Communism, po- A conventional A-bomb spill
tee of the House v.lhich nandLes tentl2,v aqs future spies. radioactive particles into thejFi
Panama Carsal legislation. 21 P]qnlepr indoctrinated spies air whether exploded alone or
SI'morp the lon-i prisoners of war as a "heat trigger" for an H-
Dorn is a native of Brooklyn siftinr throi-.h Panmunlom at bomb. It Is conceivable that one
and was elected to Congress last a rAtf averaging close to 400 men of the Soviet blasts was an H- -
fear. He is a graduate oa law a day. bomb test on a small but con-
and arts from Fordham Univer- elusive scale.
asty and 6wa elected to th.3 New 31 Predi'teri that their propa- If so, the timing would just
Tork State Assembly In 1940. oppnd and nther methods would about- correspond to the first
Hlie gave up his seat to volunLeer o"I'le a rpvol'trlon In the United U.S. mall scale tests.
for service with the U. S. Navy StPtes within four vears. However, this country has
during the war and served over- ,oknl.-mrPn admitted American gone ahead to "prove" the H- S
ketas for fiur years. He is now autrlnrities wer concerned', bomb in a full-size explosion at
a ULeutenant Commander In f Thevy aid the Reds se56 i4 Eniwetok last year. Russia, as
the Navy Reserve Corps. So have bhe-*' three vear SR* far "as can now.be determined,
Ion in mamblen scheme to has not done so. 'l
He was appointed assistant nillt an *wHve fIfth column la The U.S. Atomic Energy Com-I U
attorney general of the State of the nIed Statesa. The raw mission refused any comment
New York ii 1946 and served for .-'-'"II wae the war prlonaen. whatsoever on the methods used r
four years. resigning in 1950 to "T h Pa prisoners were out in keeping tabs on Soviet sto- t
enter private law practice In ]h r o u e h a propaganda mill mic progress. One potential
New York. whih ews, a combination o, source of information, however, g
NewYork.modern ijenrp and psychology," isa the stream of Iron Curtain
")fl vrOiirrep said.
'St .tn men lost their mornn- refugees pouring into West Eu-
A-Anniversary eO'hr er'cked up mentald
Y' O'hl-w crcmenkwaverdp In tthe guarded comment that




day with ome minute of pr 1) ed Inmored American of-
S fNAGAr tAKIhe victiAug. 10 (UP) IFe t, stt enend t theD followed Mlenkov's aserton
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A-bombed. Hiroshima. held a men esld. skh"MleZ d.e o s
similar memorial service four Re t r n e r rlwners aid l 1on S. f bomb," these fhited ct
days with one minute of pray-to ho lleratd wt ith S a il far head in oUe
the Chineeo li Nerth Kernea MMaes'b b e
I* 1 romei beck. mearled with & probably i be a n-f
the IrnFsklte eof[ oeal dem e. oS-WA- of debate in the
LEGAL NOTICE ";: r.said alead y ere afhuu M rhe type of G e-
T r "They don't act like it. but 'ae.
CUNITED A z MK the are," dne outspoken soldif s a sp struc
Unit.as sn t.? .J N Di crt n i.u sid. ''ne .for N yt eeab t *
DiArict mofO CaW 2 M Another Maid oa of the e- hi *
maisa1 m s- twined aniae had boo"ed that
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NOTICE TO CaDTfl"TO
PROBATE. No. 11n11. ,1o. A oe0
Public maldem is W 41 g
the Publi cAdminItatI of Mid
ZtCe is the ntSasandtrdr .
all persons h
amaid decedent are .
with the moneary --be- I*
ft" of the Clarkea thd Un
District Court lfr dh uM111160
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FOR SA$* COMMERCIAL:
I, AutouAm PROFESSIONAL


RESORT
WIltam SOceanside cola gea i
Sre, Box 435,

r ongbeach. 5o g
n COOL Cos.l
Phan SHRAPNEL
or see caretaker
Gramlich Sant Cla ot
togas. Electric Teboxe sto
moderate rotes. Tp
Gamboa; 4-567. Pedro
Williams' Santa Clara BeaCh a
2 bedrooms, refrige Ita,
rnges. Balboa 2-30 M
week-ends


Foster's Cottages. One ile past
Snta Clara. Phone .albooM b

FOR RENT
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Abajo No. 2612.
'HOUSE for rent Sept. 4 to Ng, lth
or will lease for I year. 2%.l-2nd
St., Las Cumbres.
FOR RENT:--MaI ln fur-
nshcld, 2 bedroomRa $%& .. V4
Belisorio Porras No. 143. Mguel
Hive. phone 3-4844.
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom chat in
Son Francisco. Furnished ot un
furnished. Information at 19 Vi
Porros.
FOR RENT: After 5 Ocber to
reliable person., modem rldCe.
3 bedrooms with services, it -
room, livingroom, goroagel
quarters and lawn. Ninth W ieet
Sen Francisco No. 3% inimkictoli
50 Street. For perticuklm Inquire
Via Espa No. 203 phone 3-
5177.
FOR RENT:-For a4u 3 1mntht.
nice furnished l Bhalt m o ta,
Household hnen, tc unsi.
Good price. Tlph -a6a
4449.
FOR .RENT: hMoeln l'rktw1o
bedwao R. moad's i ren Tp 140.O.
Via Espara N..2024. jM MI Hk
phone 3-4844. -, ,

FOR RENT
_Apams. /n


OR RENT.-Furmisled oprtnnt
73-A, J Arme a Avee.
Fp intention enquire No. 26
East 37th St., upstairL.
OR RENT .-Fumished apartrent
$75.06 Including utilities. Phone
3-267., Panams.
OR RtRiNt.-2 bedroom npertmimt.
204 Pailt. 2nd. Avwnu. Phone
2-2606
OR RENT-43 room apartment, new
hoLa .cmncrett La Carraquilla.
Enquir Eaudiante 98. Peauma.
OR RENT Large apartment
(permoml in Bael Vkt. Three
bedroomi. Jwo porch bedrooms,
etc. Call -0338, for information.


FOR RENT
Rooms


OR RENT:--Rooms, aol furniture for
a single or marred man. First St.
Perell No. 14, apartment No. 12,
3-0397.


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Stores. Factories, Motels,
Warehouses aid
Restaurnts
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made her first start under her
new owners' colors a 4 tVWIo
one by scoring an upet triumph
in the featured WRID" NSeeN
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ueer. Stew etad not been able to adle Ue tIperameatl
"vrIf If it out that we ot nothit for Mayt, I
Il a *"r', OV M Jl jaoin tkg h y
ea taEI.u tabit ft Steve did, not Jow thatJM he i
ftraded"h b pmmAt dhieu.
There li no talk in Philadelphisa o6f a 14 mcaler to
OlefiL Mme 1 there he te hwlu. vtetmTtM of ar l -
*er. -*iB n W pW deal. Th- rau"-Idttag
which pd one rt Simmons' toe is the f
the iu
RoI ahrunay, who before the All-Star game wpm. reprW
to have kb. eAs on the verge of rebellion, seem to. be meuw
in his taeM
In th.. gonly doubtful mman Ia tuattion in- t.
Na iSnap hl e one at the Polo demmO.
in Lee out? Is mPtalmmonm or Eddle ,wyer combv
In? We IaNM.MI find out.
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Yeas & e m-ul late Men JMed sea, .
ams beitya--im sad either eeatinalg e i r

Not thi least Important ltoation demand ig early abitpe'
tion Ia that Involvt the leadership of the iants. T S -
nears for Horace tmnahm and Leao Durocher to re
each other as employer and employee, and for the Polo
clientel6 to know what's in the wind for I53.
When this seamn got under way, toneham and D e
hardlywere Damon and Pythia. With threats of qattia
bal Jo the movies and television, Lee had alienated w ,emi -
resident. Horace had nicked his manager's finer 'sen1 Iti *
refusing htm a new long-term contract.
Laotr'W member Leo confided to a dinner guest la his h en
thte to retire frot the diamond taU O bcher.
t ^Iago, Freddy W miume was et to
to m his manaerial talents. Then came the All-Star gm
in ClmmitI, and when Durocher paumed It up, Horace was re-
ported to have grown a fresh peeve.
Stobam'e aacerbity dissolved an the Giapta, rked by a
new-pl froft Minneapolis named Allan W th oa, .
Sb te Plo Grounder are Isa In= aft it a Id it -
eeivable that Horace once more ti we bing his ptlot wth 4
cal eye. -
. e are many player among the ceou
aMy of the 1 other e* LIIn the major. With the Wo
MW Oman wua a 'itchIM Isn't t63 bad.
What, the, Ise Nw1g wl the Giats? 1a ?Y im-i T am1Al
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a dean of his players.e or does the roster seed a vmerawe
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aon i two traght, have the Silperbas been aE
to match that trick.
3hIn prziest for Chuck In not only a new contract, but that
increasein htr which he did not fet for IIL5
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The News Behind The Nudes
By ALINE MOSBY Calif., won top applause from "the best suntan, health, per-
the 1,000 delegates. sonality and achievement in
8,N BERNARDINO, Calif., Aug. They acclaimed David Weismer. nudity."
10 UP).-- I'm glad it was a 29-year-old Canton, 0.. watch- The npadists obscured the Is-
nice day, because I was wearing maker as best-louking male sue onlf slig tLy in their
only lipstick and sunglasses. among the bare contestants. fashion show. Models paraded.
at the American Sunbathing As-hion show featuring models in Jewelarynd4 sboes. They.a- a -j l fryii s-
sociation convention which end- "No-hemline" styles. ed the cotsIversy now brew-
ed yesterday. I had only a few Statistics seemed irrelevant as ing over Christian Dior's w TWENTY-EIGlil .Agk 'f ,
trying moments. Mrs. Hamrick, a statuesque bru- short skirt by wearing no skirt
The i nrst wao getting o ed to nette. paraded with five other. at all.
being .,thout clothes This la.t- i malit beside a swimming pool
ed about three minutri at Oakdale ranch in Cajon Pass.: Among the offerings at the
The "ond wa tougher. I Alter booming applause sin-'show were a knitted green cape.
tan intl .ur news pnotograph- gled ner out for the title, how-Ia beach .basket which answersji
ers I kni... ever. the judges noted that sheproblems caused by the nudist's
We reoanizen eacn other and measured 37 at the bust. 26 atilack of pockets. and a two-inch
exchange nervous laughs. It the waist, and 36 at the hips. No appendicitis scar.
was allInrthe line oldult.ue one argued. f ast G erm ans
agreed. 'Mrs. Sunbeam" give the usual T reacted to the show about
reason for joining tMe sunbath-.like any other high-fashlon
Reporters coveinP tile nudists' ers. "Nudist living is very whole-;gathering For about three mm-Es-".'nF
aere required to stip down. and'some" she said utes I worried about Iny .dre ss ..
1 was no exception Weismer. an inch short of six but quickly concluded my gagrb ~ERLIN. Aug. 10 P) The However, the Commtilsta. d major om'l.""g
It may come a.S a shock to feet and weighln a shapely I5o:waa not out of place.Ag -10(e _r t.d
many aera nudist p as came with a new After the show, She nudistsO Comnuiss today e out not Interfere with e
camp isadevoid ofsex II I ddidn'tIone.u poked fun at ouUdaders with a$checMs througlWo4I- Ger- way orauway i.a
reali mis at rt. the point 'Foolish Fashion Follies." This many in an effa~r ..~ ver open Ead-West c e r, Ht1 .. l l
S as brought home to me when; He 'Id that he hile he was b was a masquerade ball. and you East Germans whb their made no attempt to ep a t the Berlin branch o
IW Iu Prodspeo- ideri~tit% cards to WOWS-n N avyoB erlie r -from ot
one girl "woie" a scar! wiich Maiine in World War II he couldn't recognize a soul. Peo- identity cards to W riln to Berliners -rom crosinfo a
covered her bosom noticed that natives on Guadal-rle were wearing clothes. n et free Amerlean 4 parels. West for food. "eaeniy facai J W
Younger members around her'canal. Bougainville and New! The checks, t with a Th asG er, a m to a ep
whistle and an elder gentle- Guine 'dressed for comfort in- tight ral and .outatop
man next to me said inm a chilly stead of looks." t fWoman OwI, oa, o
tone, "You see what happens Mis. Hamrick is the wife of a West to a trickle. dafor eO
when people put on clothes?i" lplumbe, and mother of a three-' om n f dere M muilti.
Hundreds of nudes in alliveai-old con. She said she was We-ternfo ffels .,d t bute X- el- "]O
shapes and sizes e is ed-of course shocked" on her firstal wtha ortrhtento vor-ianFT a
tive. After seeing them. I feel visit to a nudist camp "but once day less than 118. @M rsea'ws deal *1tah the workewal
that only Marill n Monroe should Igot lost in the mob I was at D .applied for (rou1 0 a5s "R d.B40U2
be cloth swelss. don't n lease That took about five urn- as t rcels. The p average &d ti ast G m ltlR .
tape mnzasures to run a beauty Welsnrer noted the same re-
contest, picked a 29 year-old 'action but expressed a bit of A San b1las Indian, Leroy Food-seekers who thanaged to .'
mother and a husky ex-Marine disappoLntment. iBrown. and'a long-time woman evade police control d get to .,
as -'Mrs Sunbeam" and "Mr.' He said he was looking" for offender, Doris Rud, waived West Berlin said the C~fmnunlt ,
Sunshine a wife but. unfortunately. there's preiminar" hearings in Balboa throughout the zone t W specialS
"Mrs Sunbeam" was supposed a shortage of single women Mcagistrates Court, this" morn- squads to factories- made
to be a "Miss" but Mrs. Mar-' among the nudists. inp, and were bound over for workers present their ddty ..
guerite Hamrick of Burbank.: The competition was based on trial in U. S. District Court, cards. sho.:
'Bail for each was fixed at $300. no;hae names of, '" '
teH os rt have their e w them.
Brown, 24, San Blas Indian, were taken down nd re oeted to
W h ite H ouse Pr od s N a vy !is charged with burglary at thel1olice for action, 1 ip Otr-
American Legion Club in Fort tmans said.
Amador between 11:15 p. m= I I ,.
To Eliminate Segregation o m. s to the Wefothtam m '
Old offender Doris Rud, 26,
o-- Panamanian, was brought be-
WASHINGTON. Aua. 10 (UPI mon rather than separate fact- fore the Magistrate on a tdharge. .
The Navy. under prodding lities for elvilian employes is of returning to th eCanal Zone
from the White House. Is ready the desired goal. Base corn- yesterday morning after Itavin lafbeedr m.
to move toward elimination "of meanders will be required to re- previously been deped
segregation among civllan em- port periodically on their prog- ,-te
pioyes at its bases in the South, ress in this direction. The arrest report for Brwn n al
officials said today. I The Navy now maintains stated that he was s t apected of o 1g lea gto Mie.
One of the first steps is ex-:separate facilities such as stealing $105 belonging to comn- tended the contolsto.tlo. ele
pected to be modification if Irestaurants. rest ebooms and plainant Theodore Waul, Me- vated railway stations, on tb
nob cancellation of an 18- drinking ounta. .-- for white tauralnt concelsionaire at the outaskit of the city .
months-old Tiavy Department and Negro workers- at many America LeAgion Club Brown
order tell1g -base commanders Southern instauItgohis. was employed at the Club as a Peirsom coming from j .
to follow "local customs" in de- kitchen helper, son e who evaded
termining racial policies among1 The Navy has defended segre- eontrwo .ied thoe
civilian employes nation policies In the past on Canal one police nabbed catch elevated
The Navy plans Instead to lay the grounds thatrit did not Brown aftEr a report ws re- West. Mow the
create the raial problem In the ceived through Panama police tulin back the'
South and therefore should not that the defendant was found at t Isuburb
be called upon to solve it. ttr _______ackth_'
Roofer Makes Wife I It also has argued that to in- Frnday boarding a plane for
tegrate facilties would cause San Bias at the Paitilla Airport
terat facldistub esw o Police have been on the look- Dekk Arm ,tei
"Walk ON' 110 Lbs. disrupt employe relations and .out for Brown since te 'u-b ..,
thereby interfere with the effi- glary.
On 000-Mile Trek ciency of the bases.
A recently abseMay 28. Navy The defendant charged with le
.R o b -Ad rngdtonealtfterd e-
down a policy stating that conm- o ort te on e a d
..l.S AN...L Augn 10 eUPwrote te White House thatporation was picked up on 7"1- t DIri "a
9-year-old roofer tal o segregated facilities representedtvol Avenue in front o.the Ti- th k e
pound adn ty ear o re aby footoovya, oi
from, Fresno..,, Calif... ." not correct by edict... erli"r when she was seen ers"-' -'Me of me f'=
fro e r o 0amleriof f o r Meionth .1 Non-compliance with 'lpodca sing into Panama from the Ca- t eids of-.hO Wl
.oh ...dosaihi wfe.',. inevitably lead to disruptive nal Zone. She was accompanied
3oim e doid M s aiFdor iswi fe wa An ers n rot th letter L gh t B rstWs._. urn r
elen 4 woru ow t h J ,practice" he added. "would by anotherlgirl Police said they t iap aboe al mv-
Walked m offw ao els oa1 employ re-lations, poor com- waited to ee if the girl woultdd "
pounds in ther trip b foot over n re ad an ulti- return, an she did.
on ",n t i e mate breakdown of efficiency WVSdig
about 2.000 miles. accompanied by lower produc- .0 bI"rone police a i teho l.
"We'd planned lt fo a long tion" LftiBurt g aIge t lf e the
tme' said Mrs. FedorowIct t'F-I Anderson wrote pthue letter aft-' b irdooSetr bths, us on e
us, got tust too heavy.ohedp.her Rp.o Adam Clayton Powell md t sAerto fo :0b
told me. when drork gets scarce. rD-N.Y.)one of the two Negroe e r.o,',.,... h
weieg o e,'" in Congress, charged in a tele- Nighturtrs 'ARCAR: an'
Tseyd sid they left and went gram to President Eisenhower Wednesday N"
on many side trips at.er making that Anderson was gbulty of In- 1-
a special s!eepin rs ba for Mrs. subordination" by continuing e
They 'reraoed abont 20 miles ltionsa uni
resed to accept ifts in theIre Anderson was 'pur et ay eto

walking for ourheth." Since then. however. offiiasHeadquarters USARCARIB an-,o'-e.






concessions from rIght-wing

Laniel's cabinet last night ap..
mJ 1 proved 19 emergency decrees do-.-
to a sIgned to cut government ex-,'
penses ahd revitalize the French
p~~~enomy, but rithle sweepreng h g....


Ease misery of beat rRa i economy, but thesepn e
Ehase misro besana oot rs, Iforms omitted several unpopular
chafe with Mexsana. Sooth- measures that touched off a
ing medication in special walkout of 2,000,000 government
Amylum' base checks itch, sting. woIrkIers in France's biggest
You feel marvelous relief- strike in 17 years.
and'Teel it fast! Use it often. The government's plan to in-
creaqe the retirement age by up
AJMyLUm-- .. to five years emerged as a wat-
Mu m&"' ., aw* ered-down formula permitting.
"" ...... elQUICKSECOND ederly-employes to conth m
. 0.. working if they want to. -
LWn!g- Co aMinssing cinpletely were the.
,GeoP a o hednuled decrees suspending
SS IPlketon-i- M lo .ly e.. *,z .,Mel. D .nsions for war veterans an g
dkI, ,clings, clwto skin-for oote penson Increases e.
#ad, aong sr fwaeWHI MS..
Dedrees cutting down
Number of government jobs
s plied almost day to
4417 PO"tsamdvrta no oue
Stbreat -d. Wi dismissal.
,e -a-es sueming em
out of em rlapping joibn
Got 000mg romse, e. oA ge* er, in a
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