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ATHENS, Au U) Twhety-two now e
shook the fob dJq, iu mds today
been split ope d,, nti. ei b trh ".o.'
seMe i te wst edrthqua.rkei nmodertn mnek
Raus s u th* U.S. SixkG Fleet and
sel fearm he quqdroI raised t **S
met -dof Cphlo*ia, I*thac ad Zd
a the iS$etONd't"a atll a above 500.
AH fWmatmo* of amol-0 sketchy. Destag
is ret it will be days *r weeks before aof bodies
"oMoetain are splitting open, then Msinking aif
cae; .p GeogLye of the BWs
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Nw. MO. hotels .
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN State Governors
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M 4111 Y IAN N AO VANCEI, oe o
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A-- BY BRUCE' BIOSSAT
T A Even in these days, when
1' A .1 v 'asnington can say
I ,hrngs a billion" as easy as
anldang, s13 billion la no sum
S I Hto tireT& casually.
'r LET'S STICK TO WHAT'S IMPORTANT And tha,'s the amount Pres-
Ident Eisenhower ard Con.resa
together lapped ofi from tor-
mer Preslaent I ruman's January
For our fellow PanCanalers. requests !or new federal appro-
SDid Mrs. Longmore really complain to the Congress of the plaslions.
al Zone? Did sli actually, as I have heard tell, waste their howvcr administration account.
naive time and the money we gave to send her to the cJ lor $9 billion, and Co., reas
sites to represent us in a time of trouble buzzing about them the iest. Iheir combined ef.
h minor domestic problems of this type when there are really .(j1s produced a 1l per cent
Iortant issues at stake? If this Is true. we of the Zone have s asa in the total of new money
freat deal to be embarrassed and ashamed about. And we have votca lor inc fiscal year whicn "-
ing to us all that we may get in the form of cuts and replacer saziLeu this July 1.
ts and plain old ilnorIna on the part of the people in Con- Moreover, these- cuts were
e who could have helped us. After all, we let her go as our accomplished by an adminia-
i eswoman. Lratlon which had to sucy and
levise the entire antional bud-
At first it looked as though the USCA was going to really ac- get-insoiar as it coukl-ln the
plish something. Usually an organization which springs from .nterval between Jan. 20, when
at need in this case. our need for representation serves r. Elsanhower took office, ,aid
g (reat purpose At least it, should. Always in the disappeared Aug. 3, the adjournmeii udte
because all attention has been diverted to a minor uproar over a oi this congressional seas on.
relatively unimportant matter. For all this considerable ef-
fort, the government looks
It looks like it has happened again, ahead to a deficit this year of I
S? For many years now. the Commissary Division has been our -everal billion dollars.
shipping boy. Whenever we hate the boss, or get a case of in- Consequenily, the President -.0*
lerted heat rash. we take It out on the Commissary. I, who have jelt he could not Vlaely un-
aadl a better-than-average chance to hear both sides of the Com- dertake tax reduouaon now. ,
ilssary Division persecution and defense for many years now, His hope Is, of course, that
tnink a little more honesty on the part of all of us who complain further budget savings will
would be a pleasant change. We have the only million dollar allow tax t mining int year.
retail store in the world here where a complaint by a customer These results have not satis-
to the manager of the store goes as a matter of routine, direct to fied a good many of M4r. hlien-
(te office of the head of the division. hower's fellow Republicans, who
believe that a balar cd budget
(Before you howl at this. have you ever actually tried? and lower taxes should have
Lefitlftate complaints are handled with courtesy and personal in- been possible inI 953. .-..-
terest by managers all the way to the top. Many of the corn- 8ome of these are worried I
plaints and suggestions have brought action despite govern- about being accused o falling N EJW
Mj t-buying restrictions and red tape. And have you. ever seen down on campaign 'promises.
the US Government Standards that the food sold In the Commis- Others think the administra-
rv Stores must conform to before It can even be bid on for pur- tion is tol;owing a "high-spend-
haae? Ask about this. before you bleat again i. ing, hightaxes" course which r
I ,wish that the Commissary Division had a very. efficient they identify as Democratic.
satisfae ,n most of the 30 y
One thing Is certain. The important issues right now are not 'Republican governors recently
hat teen-age clothing is not available in the Commissaries. Let's endorsed the President's per-
toD wasting time. and get back to the Important things. Any formance thus far In the finan- l MAKl :W'P There's a
-ne of us who can keep his temper and act like a gentleman, can cial field. ee been hired
ake minor domestic problems clear to the Governor, if we really They particularly supported a nge T'eney'a
think they Pre important enough. Mr. Elsenhowera' insistence on tian a goo nose-oo.. .U
What about the cut In the differential? deferring tax cuta. unUl a balt. foreign vacation over. Must return
Are they going to replace us with Local rate employes? anced budget could be Ahleved fUgery... ry McCarthy, the it
Are they going to raise the boLt, fares. Thea uoaern dt di t unterr. vd taken a turn fort $1
Are they going to cut the leave? t; ar omeo llme Pev Marley o
Why do we pay taxes wheO we are not lklbmed to vote arid are trationayire0 s a de-woL Darnell, another
So not have any representation of official status. Why do we pay being closer to the r9asr roots pash Is Linds Dandonm. the fort
SXes when other Americans living In the Zone do not because than la 1'as,, iW I- who Is now a Hollywood beaalt... '
4 ey are not working for the Government? ton, wAo Lendto oS of who w shot In the Waltr W
orWill the local raters who replace us be paid 'what we make tonuc, t ft e10N. .. nett family fracas, I K getting
fBore or after taxes? during 1tlon s an admirer of Phyl Kirk i
There are so many really importrnt question. Let's don'L The go Mrs do ot seem to friend.' Just a clay pion,.. T
'4t our representatives sidetrack us away from the seriously un- feel Mr. Elsenhower's handllns &yaq and Shirley Huonare e
.ir developments of the last five or six years. of money problems will hand. an nn runc rentd t rhJ
lcap the GOP at the polls in Jon Lindbergh reported interea
Ashamed Tor the USCA 1954. for a Hollywood test
h take the view there s
FRIDAY TIHE I ANOTHER i thariCthat
f.n9' e fe t too rapid 5 *lair *w M rlwe to
FREE BEsd COCKTAIL-PARTY budt cys a the domestic
economy. tk j 'tatto
OT TH_ Other 'min would support this Jhter e Jener .m.th ii
position with the further argu- uaegioon next th to .
ATLAS GARDEi nitent that our security must y SeSefhi. WAte thist
ATLAS GARDEN e bier e u will be Udersec. of Stte
eve th e question tftilmony will make a leader Is
Your choice of a special dinner and all the draft bee; o u ddtole world -widel" abri b elb kote to left e ledl i
dry Martinis or Manhattans you can drink of our de enses?'" dlde Iletef Any hay he
Sfrom 7 to 8:30 p.m. emomy is a notable goal I m than ever when hes
o t : pBut evidently the GOP governors maulse sandal t underet
$1.00 PAYS FOR YOUR DINNER 51.00 are in the vanguard. of those strn... F S
Americans who feel it imuat not his ead 5^
AND ALL THE DRINKS YOU WANT be pracced at the expense of t_.rt D "
CAROL GREAVES ORCHESTRA r be a .
e for your dancing pleasure. ISf*ifCtolA T. INTw
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Home of the world famous HECTOR DOWNX T la
New Orleans Poor-Boy... 0.60 Your Host III LIo Up
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DENVER, Aug. 13 (UP) -Pres- W
lMnt Sisenhower signed a bill a
yesterday1 establishing a special
federal commission to help clean WASHINGTON. (NEA). bly the most
up corruption and racketeering platid man in the United stateenate du
an the sprawlinR New York-New the mad, midnight wind-up va
Jersey waterfront. President Richard M. Nixon. i
T to drive to his summer er" held up adjournment I
ttLowry Air Force Base final -and-flfteen-minga
n i bills. He then went th'e i M power adltraU pol
ing in the mountains lole, xporter wb eed e qgwugaal-
40 a southwest of here laery. zajEw the .ipr iAying no
Te White House annoupeed att~ ,to Morse' was t ading a
be would break his vacation little later ed arkm's
irtefty Tuesday for an overnight "Lincoln and Other Poems."
ip to N-w York to register for
Sfall uinSt pal elections and DUM MAJOR KEFAUVER
partipate in the dedication of
a housing project on the lower At lest one other senator w le to reveal.
East ie, Ba park of life on the last da se i on. It
The waterfront legislation was was Sen. EsteiKefauver (D. w,
ropoed by Gov. Thomas E. Three little girls obviously waer wait.
ODew of Me York and Gov. Al Ing for the 8enate subway t the Capital
f rd Drlsl of New Jersey basement. Each of the gir d a wooden
Safer long investigations. Dewey baton.
has charged that racketeering When the tall'Tennesan sM&i aw
and cor tin have caused t ththemu he bor owed one of the Spat on
port to laa business, an impromptu demonstration ru-major-
The compact provides for a type twirling that astonished on the
special comolmWi empowered platform. He did It with his I d, too-
to not nowe regutiots and re- HC T
stctons for employment of w SHAGGYdCKIEN STORY
The r iul l aoed into la In final House debate on terldet Mlaen-
e. l a fl. into lw howera famine relief bill R hUe l Witten
ay after Ame ric an red- (~. oMM Ueoiao U'bWiten
erauton of Labor suspended Its alid for wuns a ay ow i a,
bar I n arttra f s ,hlo
Lonhore men's Associatiton un- ts'hag icen str .w
til it can clean house. ITelen.A A I unai yb galedh son ary s"id,
Issued a tateme&t be"_ -- t ladR y *aue_ on a 0 AM,' said,
Issued a tatement lois. r-De~e,,r a ap sychiatrist4 -i Wan to talk
ing it would do all In l Power aot 'brohgr. HO s he'sahen.
to win full acceptance by the g.WB*s( 6roHhesaet.
aF jAHe elucks and he sales ,and he motW4a sea on
Mo f the bU led Mr. 0 o and hel W& em,
isenw r were for private re-
Uef or of a relatively minor na- T t id, 'Yung lady, how long has '
sure. amtf riWH.t e'a wtede
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both if you revive an mllia.buMl
ad a- you ca't accept, lit your hoite.
mllon. knr immediately. Walttn
around until the day before th
!hlj party may give her the Idea th
the you skited until the last minut
vault to see If something better woul
IWerie ThatE not a good Idea fe
hestesses o get.
Post No. 3822
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PY, AUG. 15th, 1953
p.m. 'til 5:00 p.m.
T. D. and Civil Affairs Bldg.
Olut Orass Ervin
kie and his Boys
Barber Shop Quartet
h.Oren under 12 yrs. Free
hg.- Children's Playground.
*Rega Trade Mark
THE JEWELRY STORE
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AEROVIAS ECUATORIANAS, ". .
MMIAM, One Way ... ',..$70.00 Rbund tr0 $126.W-
S6UAYAQUIL, One Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.40
QUITO, One Way ....... 86.00 Round trip 154.80
Cargo rates also reduced. Consult wit4-our offwie '1
at Perd Avenue No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 'r see your
1Ys A r.
149 Passengers to Leave Stets; MraU; Florence Stevens
Friday for New York ianRa ee ci*Aren; and Fred H.
A total of 149 passengers have Stud .
been looked to sail Friday on Mr. HMd. Mr. ) Howard. Thomp-
the -D thea *er Criao l I0 s i,. Il&nold. Tillman:, Mrs.
s ttu tr a iltian; Mm. Helen Vea-
York id 'to tbe' a4altie:' lr. I'a. Mrs. Joseph T.
as~seng 1 ^'AinnouP Ad nVeredt-isk:.'.lnds daughter; Mr.
a ;rs.Geor H. Waugh and
"'J* e cornete. 9advarfee gas- :to-ehfildren, Mr. and Mrs. Roy1
-a o.er iait follows. ,J 3. Wilkey and two children; Misi
.]I^tltH..'sont m 4 tf (tna'; Ange- .. Williams ;* Roc. rt M. 4
tllT n M WaiyAfse.:: Wlliord; and. Ms. Ma r y,
mcna: Miss Rita Atkmis; Mr. Zaharko.
and Mrs. Charles P Barton and
niece Mis., Anna E.?ll, Mr. and UFCO Offers' Special Round
Mrs. Walter E. Benny, Sr.; Felix Trip Fares to New York,
A. Boies; Miss Marsna Bolnick; California
and Mr. and Mrs. David Brown. William E. Adams, general
Miss Jtwantha Cardwell: James agent of the United Fruit Co.
F. Campbell; Mrs. Celestial Car- 'at Cristobal., announced today
ter: Mrs. Laura G. Casement; that the G:eat White Fleet will
Mias Chailottec, H Chanauer; gain ol'.:r the special four-
'1ih. Mac 3 Cros and two c ul- month limit round trip fares to
"l.'_,: Harlan P. Grouch; Miss tlie West Coast which proved so
Emily Deaton; Mr. anu Airs. I popular last year. Effective Sept
Margaret L Osighy;. .Mr. an.l 1t ''a $270 rate will apply on
Mrs. Austin J. Cullen; Mra. ;passage from Balboa to Los An-
Harry Demarest; Mrs Esther geles or San Francisco with re-1
Dorr; Mrs. Kenneth Dunshee; turn from Los Angeles trip to i
Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Eder; be coiple.'.d-. within a fopr-
Miss Lena .inton; Mr. and Mrs month perlo0: ..
George A. Folger and two chil-' At the plesett 'tinle UFCo.
dren; Hairy E. Fr-. land; and main iins sailing il!#)y Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Martin A Fynan. of its Yaque claS Wsteamers
Mrs. Olga Getlle Mr. and Ircm Balboa to Los ) les vial
Mrs. Lisle E. Gorham and two 'Puerto Armuelles, R..;These
children: Walter GUqri tn; ,Mrs. vessels have., accomod, for
Lola L. Guizado; Mrs. Rosa ;.; 12 lasaengrs i fou dOuble
de Hayer; Mr. and Mrs. Williami an four single cabins, iawlth
J. Hoage; Mrs. Margaret Hope bath. Slightly higher rat- pre-
and two children; Miss Emme- viail for single rooms. Thi.,trlp
line A. Hornac; -Mr. and- Mrs. takes. %/ days.
Robert W. Hutchfig;'Mtss:Le- L allingp to San France
nor Jump, Robert Ka.ppel: from Balboo~ are every Tuesday.
Emmet 0. Kiernan; Mr. and The large twin screw Fra Be-' .
Mrs. Jack .Kiner; Harry K-irsch- rianga type steamers are in, .
be um; Mrs. Dessie Dee Knox; this service and also handle 1f.
Ernesto John; Mrs. Regina passengers in six double cabi is.
Kohn; and Paul A. Kunkel. with bath. These st.amers call
Professor and Mrs. Herbert at Golfita~,Csta Rica. and take
Lamson; Mrs. Matilda Linares; nine days. iorj ,te trip to as-d
Mrs. Irene 0. Linam's. Miss Ma- Franeisco. I-
ry Linares: Alexander Mac- In-addition.to the above 1r
Murray; Mrs. Caroline Mack- the company, beginning Se
mulf; Miss Maridn Mackmiull; oand continuing through Ma,1
Mrs. Maria I Malca; Mr. and will sell rotnndtril tickets
Mrs. William C. Merwin and; Cristobal to New York and re-
son; Mrs. Dorothea Meyer; Miss turn valid for four months, t a
Iris Milano; Mr. and Mrs. Al- rate of -$240 -for double cabins'
fredo .Mlanda; Paul W. Mohl; and $270 for singles. All cabins
Mr. and" Mrs. Lloyd G. Moore with 'priVate bath. Two weekly
and fou "children; and Mr.. and services with departures from
GMto. G. Nelson and two Cristobal on Mondays and Fri-
day are available. Sailings from
fi. Oisson; Mr. and New York re also twice a week
4r1i PFatten ar t son 'on Mondays 'and Wednesdays.
Frank Pesanelli; i- The' pablies''response to the
e~tralia; Miss Olga, special roultd trip rates to Cal-
i and Mrs. Jack ifornia offered for the firs
d son; James C. title 11 '952;'TIil' prompted
is Rogan: Miss compantormenew the sam
SL batino; Herman rangements for this Fall
SBenjamin Schoen- addition set up the at
2.-.X daughter, Dorothy round trio fares between
Vernador. ; Miss Helen M. tobal and New York. RH
SBetomberg: Mr.... aV4 -.Mr ,
C -rl1e.* S. Smith and three chil- may be made through the local
dren; Frederick H.- Smith; Ed- offices of the United Fruit Co.
*"-'ard L. Spinney:; MIa..Be 'In. Cistobl ...and Panama City.
, Female, horfts 47
7 Idolize 48
F Eater 43
0 Fish eggs 5
S Authority .
2 Mimickers 5S
4 Muse of
HORIZONtAL 3 Song (pomb.
1 Mascul e. ;,form)
7 Boy's name appellation
13 Danish respectt
14 Elude .
15 Gumree, (ab.
16 Poetic linw 8 qd
18 't -. .Fitzgerad' .
20 Ra-iroad (ab:) 10 Editors (ab.) 2
21 Father of Enos I Scottish -'2
(Bib.) sheepfold ,
22 Colorers 12 Transpoies 3
26 Courtesy title (ab.)
29 Silkworm 19 Man's 3
31 Column appellation 3
32 Mine entrance 21 Perchd 4;
33 Head covering23 PuffD ip 4
34PeerGynt's 24 Demolisned 4
mother 25 Cubic meter
S15 Diminutive of
..Ronald I 5 S
N3 B a U l i n t h e
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39 Oriental name- -
40 European kite
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45 Hebrew letter
46 Make a
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Passenger Sailings to New Orleans Sailing at
via Santa Marta, Colombia. 8:40 a*,. .
Weekly sailing.ri twelve assnger sil a'to New t
Orleans, Los Angeles., Sa FraneiMso and Sea
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Frequent freight saigg fro.aristbat to
West Coast Cetral'A l. ports.
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The DA s orgsed as the
.congreassonaUly regm iz e d
spokesman ndA re gee native
of the sabued E~9t*S of all
American war. Thas carrying
A of ReC NorN iUh vut." a srvice cpmete Mglity are
rd Lo r&ill b East eNormh eligible to jol ,. ,.
ho at e Ja6V.d V.D. Corbly,. natiso adjutant
Is Bo. Pon Bo- Pss 39 has appointed Frdbaulh to act
~Wednes- P56a as organized for t~ mfanal Zone
ati chapter. For furt, i nforma-
.lud oper Mton please callnBush at Balboa
by I U take to H.a play Q ic A
their Use that,"' LB. Z
and th of the don't mind A In MMPMIS, %=1.,(VP) R.
camel Zne cs&, rL Irwn i r. beisba.a grand-
c'tdhslyre Int father and % father
Sea feenallI bo withinAA*daugh-
partner .fetlaljfl ter-in-liaw daugh-
S.The def W@red- ter both had'Baptst
hbe aure. bhd have Hospital tho Irwin
inl Har L rn spade dmmy
South hanc, toly st trumpt
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the pay-M-o DMe0tax spades
Pif ga-sio self. Wt i with the sU of
hearts, andi declarer was Sored
In elloj j MSfl-toll h .athL A
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l am of A uton 0qrromi oppl f
Your contribution ill help to pave the ti Pan- erican Higuwy.
Now! REVLON discovers an ati-psirst
Sas a f aceo
made with precious kin.ae.thi Liu *'
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Nu. 12,179 Central 'A e. Colon ,
No. 4 rivoll Ave.-Phone 1-3291, and
Fourth of Juv Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Via Espafi" N o 34 Panqmt. R P.
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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3190
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10,051 MeI T te.-Phone 255, Colon
PROPAA U Nip A.
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i 0 ALE, FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
S Household I Automobile M Sws a d,4m polm Philip. Oceanside u
-Wae_ Ale ehl.. Ameme .ne o SeB.loo;ox 435, ..J
P ALE -Ice box, $,0. 1_ewl> FOR SALE:-English star, 3rd 4 door 2g P Panama 3.1877, CH i.
palited Phone Panoma 3-20':11. sedan. black 1947. Du:v paid. --- ........ ..
d._PhonePn 3 51 good condition. Mumi sell L:vingd DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic Hase on bea. S n Cl. Ab
FOR SALE:--Four burner g.,c.st.e 385 ,r nearest oifer. Apply 0313 Central Avenue "K" Street cor. In COOL Camrn L '
with oven; 4 veneticn p.nd. b Cab!e Heights, Ari:on nor Te:.phone 2-3479. Panama. Phone 'HRAPN rIlebqd 9
41", cdern ceili nlamrps. Fo 8- -- ..... or see cormtker themn.
Formation Call 3-19 w. -- SALE:-Olds. mobile 88, 1951, SPECIAL fXCURSIONS via LACSA -- .b .
-..... -l kroswne hydromatic. GPccd tires, gob PANAMA-MEXICO one wzy $85 Gremflch -oata r. 9 h.
FCR SALE: One Svekrosene condition. Call 83-319i after 4:30 round trip $135 (15 day limit) talg Electric ice ,
'. frigerator. 2 .,Ei i:h bicycles. $165. gooo one year; to L 0 S iodrate rates. 'e .*.gN'l
to Cubat Ave ue, pcrlment --- ANGEL'S one way, $159.25 round Grrabon: 4- 567.Pj' L_
-+1951. 1 SALE: --rd Victoria. trip $2,8.64 (90 doy I'nmit). Pon- 'aIJiomi' Santa Clara SeI aflsima
C -LEiMod .Sofa w.-ught Excellent condition, hns radio end ara D:'Pacch Service. 36, Avenida 2 bedrooms, refric t.... .5
-rroi lei, Rot, Chaise lounge,! whote csi wall .. L Cu, uthmuI a 'Automobile 116w). Tel. ran.... Bulboa e'A3 a
vonlty,-tjus XV 1iair. Rattan ennd!u P .nom- 2-1655. Weds -ends
tobie, floor li4n, Swedish radio -- --- o MIAMI & P'EW YORK v:oAREA Foster' Cottages. I bifTt
S-cttola, kit:hen cabinet. double MUST SELL, best offer within three .cr.ng engine planes. One-way Sant0 Clara. Phone
bse -Misc. 44tJ St. No. 22 Apt. days, 1950 Ford Coupe. radionew to Miamis '0.00 Round-Tri -- -
E i .battery, motor over .o'led, bodyex- $126.00. ne-way to New York> FOR REN
'A *O: U Eni`/E So"fa' Ant e cellent. Call 'Balboa 2 2159, 8 tc $114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See I Rl .,
Fi eric Ar % try Table, Antiqu' PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE .
T.lt Top T Ccfee T.b'e, Tier FOR SALE:--Oldsriobile 8 Cyl. 19-q8 telephone 2-:655. .... .:_
;-.oabla, 44t Street No. 17, up- good condition $950 CO. Call 6-. Rgrbados 7 VOom RENT:--2 bedowm "'bael 1."'-
,"s.^ a r____ l 196. i "rophie-, jewelry, name plates, etc. oom, po'te, irl
--y I 1.5th orid G St Weat No. 93. on. gqroge. No. 4w Saiii4 Lwis
M' S"LE Quartermaster living- FOR SALE--Mercury Monterey 15th and G St. Wt No. 93. street, fac'rg Tile Factom
..o'- chairs $5.00 each. 5 wooden Hard top, excellent ccnd ticn. Ex- sAI eO aema. Enquire some ?ou /
1 wverteicn rl.Ads 341'" $3.00 each tras. Best offer f:r finance qor rQKe L -.l s,. .
c'k Shakeles $4.00. G'rl's bicycle trade in. Pedro Miguel Dispensiy .. FOR RENT:-Frmni n
;-PH'- ,,," ballo66i tire $30.00., &to 12 noon doi:,. I Mieel1aneou. Bella Visto. 3 bbothr
Cc 1 2- -' 44...2; FOR -SA- L ..E........4.. rooms, m'oa s room, hone
c_ -r _- 'FOR 5ALE;--9.7 hO'dsm.b' by- )FOR SALE:--50 empty steel barrels, 3-0019 3-3a88,' '- i-
.F;.- Diningroom set by, dramatic, excedtent ccnr'ti-n. .Col $50 each F.O.B. Balea. The Texas t.E.NT-- '- -,"" -
I!T3 S.w Fe condition. Tomnis Arias, H. D. *lhomas, Navy 25 3720- Company i(Pnamat Inc. Tel. 2--.'R RENT Beauc'tlu Cho'-
.enue and 32nd St. .(Ex- Radio Station For Fan. Finance can 0620Q -; com nipleely R. t.on-
S M be arranged. -- ..-.. 1 veniences. $225.00 BBp" .I
bei.. a a c ... FOR CR SALE:- Lionel Electic Trains, ences r u,,ed. ciSt
[.'S -Beckwith Spinet Piano in FOR SALE:-1951 Chewv.olet, two transi~dniers (25 cyti)' and at- PAitilto. T 2-3 urs.
t condition, $3C0.00. Tel- tone green, radio, new tires crnd tchmerits. Phone B boo 3339, -
a 2-2472. 1 battery, complete.y undercatsed house 1525.A, after 4:00 p. m. FOR REN fT--Chol r Wl. No.
.,, -- flu.or, cnt 4- excellent cond;t:on. Ho.:s- le.. Gavilan d 52. $" 0.00 m yd .quir/
F E:-Used fluorescent 4-tub 0777-L, Wilio on F',c. Phe ,i buildRa ioono I Ln u
in ial lamps. Inquire at No. Balboa 4211, FGR SALI:E-25 cycle refrigerator,,
d. n B. Soso Street. --i- 1942 Nash Sq* TL Balboa 2-F
;. E. -.I: FOR SALE:-Chevrlet 2 ten St 3 FOR RENT
rid wardrobe, now; t Apairt,,hssia
ild'nd woobr, .ert rmlng Juan B. Sosh Stren:.- FOR SkLE.---CraftsmarM.Mta Work-t r v
c 6sr player, conole. 7 f. refri Ing Lathe 12 inch sw.ng 6 inhss-.--
to T ehone.2-3 8, 1-o FOR SALE1.. u b e co. t h.: t
t.. Albrook 86-5285 i. I E, toolS dogs, etc. $280Co4, Boyce- ATTENTION G. I., furnfhhd modern
in,;1L W6 l h 4 law I nde en en ch m l4 3
SCrane ten inch tilt arbi saw, one, two-three bedroom apart
SNS : miter gouge. rip ence, uard. t..Hot, c1 wotd. l -
B J J BoatI & Motorft bladei,. D~e o ,idL Co d.j 4 .94 .".
e$ gTI If FOR SALE; V u' I" I B ycer r r T -A 'ra "
-t19r' ~ l o a "lK NT. -Attra ely .furniehed
I ^t .pt'. V" Reg-stratiat~ about pr~e-oC a7 af.o&!.c.t.- ~i hutes< $21 0aOT bci/ r apc~rtrjnt availqblL fat, thre
17 Wth trom 10.01 Arnodor,4226 w Albrockn ti-'- n fir poorl dr I rSc maonthe Livlniwpo., dinIrooom. 2
'. m,- to 4"30 p. i. Balbca Lodge .-- io fl .iodel dr'I press mrneh tw b room .2
'V 4 lPhone 2-263. FOR SALE---25 cycle..motos; .4 .,ch caPaity. dc ck.,2,m rting, kltchn gat a s.. .uuve 's-
I-- rTWP^ 2 1-2 and I.H. P. 1 BM, Avn:d chisels ond bits, $80.CO. Drum idi act 4,397 *j w
SJusto Arosemeno, 48. Tel. 3-5481. sander with sleeves $20.00. Crofts-
SBargain prices, mdn jg saw 24 inch th oat ih FOR RE -Unf I ious
I Bargain pnces. F^. bllad es. All r a ne .-V h as IwI am be st
R LEk S, E .Elto and Evenrude out- biets run. "-thAII tr niwy hoas den ti' nsri r; t bt.2.
board motors, Chriscraft and Cus- lTelephone 2-2472, 79 Diablo tween 8:00 a. mnd 5:00 p. m.
i -- tom Built Baoath.4d Kit. T,Gdl in, ; ,. for _-n.nt.
from Malaya by your old beat arnd motor liva n- I frtE :r ..
north from Malaya,' by Wtl- one. Out Board Motors Red andl A/AT lT I FOR RENT:-From Satember Ist.,
li Douglas, Is one of the Reels repaired, Abernathy, No. 991 TV I lI to November 31st., completely fur
,e9 books placed in circulation Peru Avenue, Panama, open 4 p. _.. nished two bedroom apartment
,ting t1h psEt week by the m. to 9 p. m. Saturday 9 a. m. mvscInwwC a USlN close to Htel "F.Ponds." Call
ama a9 Library. _toI 4' p rf. ANTED ,- D ~Y 'Smooth ti 2046% rgD' DMadurh, dur-
ue pupeme iourt. Justt$l FOR SALE:--.10HP Johnson o t slitoble ftr f( construction "RS-,U I .r
Idels I the bot a dealing board. $135.01 House 2132-,i a cnstructoi Natonal," N. -7, OR : Furmithed *pdrtment,
d what he discovered ini 6th St. Curundu 83-5279. 1 Peru Avenue. Telephone 2-0406. $75, Including utilities. Phone
in Zlve crucial fronts in FOR "'- Panama 3-2051.
n What suocil frson. indeFOR SALE:-New 15 ft. mirrn WANTED: Congenial couple to 51.____
what is oing on n inade yuco, very wide, squrecck, ex shore Panama cholet. Call Panama FOR RENT:--Furnished 2 bedroom I
--the Phl nes "Indo-." cellent for fishing $65.C0Ab3.na-o- 3-1409 fcr information. apartment near Bella Vista Theltr
rma -and s oo thy. No. 99 Peru Avenue TED TO BUY:-Pno, for two couplis. Call 3-1596.
t Liba1aty fo flows: m. to mto. d 4 ment size,,studio or spinet, good FOR RENT
psychology The men- p condition, inexpensive. Telephone I N I
retarded ch d; a guide Cfor: r N Ea i Pe Ponamea 3-0732 or 3-4992. f
nea, Levinson. .eorq `. E..lei WANTED TO BUY: From North __oom______ .
.' .L.al ...... ... ce__- Rtalng t'jfti American, cash. 60 cycle refrigr- FOR RENT:--Rooms, oil furniture for
rf sciences Charting RWepK|C a ONIfl ator with freezer, perfect condition, a single or married man. Firt St.
stics, Spear; Your pp' 'Tephcne Panama 3-2121. 4:00 Perejil No. 14, apartment No. 12,
L t[, 1952-1953, to help your- n Jury Bo ra P. 3. o.3-0 .
help others, Jones. ----------- -a-r --- .
SIedl science Alternat- Geore N. Engelke. Assitant FO ALE FOR RENT:-Cool, clean furnished
a rent armature winding, Genera Manager of the O, m room facing De te:eps park. Es-
; Training gun dogs to m D en Ral Eat tudianto Street No. 105, Apt. A.
eve Elliot. pointed a member of the Jury .. FQR RENT;-in forai;y home fur-
ComnmIssion or. t.e eUn te d;FOR SALE:--Three hectares lot in nished reom, private, No. 14, 45th
.J e arts Currler and Ives States Distri4 t the, Ca. Cierro Azul, near the Icke. Also a Street, Sello Vista.
r ea a pnorama r f the nal Zone, a6cordinr to a Pn- large and luxurious diamond FOR RENTFurnished room w;th
..nnteth century scenery 'iouncement by- Ditrlct Judoe' bracelet. Tel. 2-3441._pon~ma. or without 'board, coal and or
rys; in ulclr C- Othr e r.wr gmd. 1l rorwithout ,board, coo[ and p "ta-
Is full color, Cur- utie F. Crowe FOR SALE:-Lots 415, 416, 417, sat neighborhood. 48th Street No.
e aIn-Americ aging The MJw -member was em d 4p18 (net sold separate'y) in Los 7, Bell% Vista.
"to -M the unexpired termOf Erl (urrbres on highway. 2,253nmeters,
history North-from Mal.e- net C. .Otton. who resigned, phone Balboa 3339, house 1525- .V
a-a adventure on five fronts, from the eomminsion up6n his A. Gavilan Road, after 4 p. m. C--iftjkw TA
The pther two members of the o n CtO Cha r terL
I'iction 7"/, cents. Bisell: m on iareH; L. Anderson, il l
Tie rfleman, Brick; Rustler o-f aten as istiont.n the1 iti N w W Il I MII
th owlhorris, Fluharty; You l native Bra ch i E.L, New '
SdiI today. *Kendricks; ig Payne. Chief of the Personnelf. i--er Tomorr. w iOiola TIi AItr
h *McOlvern; Battle 'y, Record Divisilon. The commis. w CrS TOm rrOW | T
St V it The dark angel, Waltari. a$oners are named for a one-year ... CHICOA uO 13 (UP)
Tzwe a br" S 'rI U] Con rfor-teuo o' n quotal -- C -----ntinued hti n
treplaoRchMtsr aa,1.pi l tink lck ofMo c rfob he e rg The nation' wl t farmer c1
toc, Dreler; erelandra, to ann 5 ad the election of delegates Prer every tate an
Ldr much to drink wthen a rtement t annual meeting. to be held estimated 8 of them -
n e mad es Prescottemet I at the Std Hall of the La Boca will vote ad a two-thirds
S- Prescott was involved in a crash, "Memer will preqnt thei majori w necessary to put
; *'- -. 38 SatFr going to sleep at the whellatet s pr.ch will n- The t referendum is the
o f. h ut w dipite their standing, to take first In 12 years and is
S YOUR HEARIN part in the proceeding. neesary under law.
a.,,-.. _., C!IO lnternatlonal representa- the eme w ,St n .,,Y x
t"e ... .. I iliiiiriirE iB (e. s staff rera.entatle ceeads a "erauea W ,,,ipply b20
.ust a. your finger. -, 'id I".I officers will supervise er cent. \ yar te tOtal wheat
prints differ from th el-etion. supli- 's more-t-- 1.. .....
qvpryone eIs. your hearing 'The meeing will begin at 7 0 bushel, well over 50 per
r PIn a Rr lf\ ___\_,__ ..... cent a*Mv the "nonal supply
Is individual and personal. o ---o 1.M,,oO tuhel ie bp
lan for restored hearing Pol/ P Or Club Plans la -
I eadividual and personI .... P4he r > the wile su p edrove cotn
gIv* YOU greatest possible Contest Itro r ert ut, sIuff fln fmor
of new hearlnIs I .. ..... Irooltiflag too much
e of new hea.hng. The member of the .Palmr and oastiuaed b federal sup-
A wedding reception iso place Soctel and 8o rting. (sub are port prtee.
w h 're peole ebornho e a de- nOw n rkig' lisll tor thter CI- A To' aga t *uots wil
;; KLM~iAW^ iJ~a lor wormh ofSmiflMfa1i e I. ntat ( efiorita iano edi .iatro. except
ears-- dll'worth of mrInki. -- I dJ.je _nuentenr.) for less strinet Acresge allot.
*~qn' wer of driiisiiii The following- .un- ladles miesnta, and phlcs aupprt iashb-
... .. "wse**** le selectedsas r-Ied f1tIlma 3, toim N per entof
Ga"i[ e" e_ Cses ,onica ml.w, CdneUta about r.21 a -el, whtich
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Maebirla CASA BFPARTN dan. Than 15 arM t6d has
Central 323 The first count of votes wll~a normal pf 0 M
.Th .JaveS ,Sept. I at the 4"lub '-jbushels or Ule tol
n vote. .
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Another Novey New!
Champ Insect Bulb
An electric light bulb that
kills Ineects for a few
pennies a month.
Per Use in Homes. Offlcos,
Stores. Factories. Hotels,
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al,-Ively Y Y m:- Jimy. glrmind'm. im ofathI o .
S- more, under an auaU ez Bero."
-,owt lain Newyork Ct u DarlDOWDAlexis 81fith
meneal treatmentO *t lThe ten- k.Rok ,o-sta Ing a -aruior e
tnaon hisT tur, are r l t h ro-
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guns w Pus Joe anid
PrItldy ., eU dentedIt M O eR
Thentruth. wl out about.
later So aum bath 2ThmenS
Lt. now.Peu'u M. OMEdto She iLover at P ok,
lost noharmakingsshene- issu," ou
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Thr'ore eroup a d Miss at s FeratnCane t~allev. Tite hPe t. n up ht
Mtree ofr e P e Ua e eteeal U 't e b b"eSto nowI. "e e o l t noo u
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a- At Tnn't; n e la ee mMr .amissabs. e/Sheshould
a' hOa know that rm w s
letr of etBowli. rten .B!ate The we-lor eo litt n
hGvl I t g nt- Cle fflmd see .raTe u he v r _os ,"--Wot --e e. --
llad t ofltiCned, Miis e mledellf. e a loc he ere alle a le t v
F1ht r" I d eeram qn'o 8 W oa' ui plyl, omithe riWdter
A' Tomtr ofter vie#of Ton LhngmWandoat Maureenasteoak et oWith
rl n Ater),Lti-"a of t tt newo tlhl N otaNeer f t-e is enouSe. Tale... powdr
.g t)DaClubaell.u ,rom. moie tn mott dee,"SS P'teue s' nuh efm s
of Wgust ahe I Is A O b just M r ne hIo e esoui r om w
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d +'rew Llmms l II a. .. -Irer and evr- alh _ao Cl proght,-ch"Uclck. a1d sun -erp irastl odourla
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Ssen- the s annMiner locatitoa vr vth e L de thbon tf wisdegrne
$Mon hed s uro om h awRtatiecaz uid fom o deboy
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on Th e Of' In TPol ro wm at t nIw e soim oun"" 4aL s Wo T e. o o, yo ok ndl
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Via Porras No. 42 Tel. $-2113.
CLINIC HOURS: 2- 6 P.M.
CLIPPING BATHING BOARDING
(Beeond turn to right beyond Jint Frame
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IN ORDR TO MAKE SPACE FOR THE NEW MERCHANDISE
IEr .- .
'RE JUST UNPACKING...
BELLA, VIS & DIVE 4N
3:0 4:41 $:1 p.j. 7: 9:S p.m.
TODAY # 5, d.ae B/! Prices: .60.a.30
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.STARTS SATURDAY 15th
50. Discount on
I ; 1 Figurines
SltaHian, Germa, EngKM "Wedgwood
I ttalian Madona's "Lenci"
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"Delft" Dutch and Caiifornian
* "MuranO6s" Venetian Ashtrays
* Italian Costume Jewelry
* Italian Straw Handbags
* Jamaican Dolls
"JAZZ" FRENCH ALARM CLOCKS (7 jewels)
BATH WDOM ARTICLS (Less than cost price)
SCOLUMAR.P.M. 50% DISCO
COLUMBIA 1ECORS 1/3 25% DISCOl
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PAGE ETOWF I
New York Blasts 28 Hits
To Fall 2 Short Of Mark
NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (UP)-- Withi a holocaust
.of hits, the blazing Yankees showed today what
-..they thought of the Senators and heir "tall grass"
bhal ark after a 22-1 near-record victory they could
4wI I Near$
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hai e won in a corn field. washington a 5s .4 W
PhiladelDhia 40 65 .414
Their 28 hits were only two and Mickey McDermott picked Detrit .40 71 .360 O
short of an American League up his 12th victory with help St. Louis 38 76 .333 W fl
'mark of 30 set by the 1923 Yan- from Ellis Kinder.
kees, and had not rookie re- "
liever Steve Kraly yielded a run! The Dodgers spotted the TODAY'S GAMES
to Washington in the eighth, Giants a 5-0 lead then won Boston at Philadelphia (N)
they would have had a modern 6-5 as Duke Snider sparked a Chicago at Cleveland 0
mark for a shutout margin. The five-run rally with hs second Detroit at St. Lou0s 18 and
record of 21-0 was set by the grand slam hoier in three New York at Washington (N)
1901 Tigers and equalled by the games. A bloop single by Bo-
1930 Yan k ees. the by Morgan in the eighth pro- I
Whitey Ford pitched three- duced the winning run. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
was so exhausted from his work ed up .a half-game and .trailsB 001 000 000 2-3 8 1 11
on the base paths as he col- now by seven ames by sweep- hila. 000 000 100 1-3 5 0 Ynksq l
elected four hits. Kraly had to Ing a double bill with Cardinals hMeDermott t9-5), Henry, Kin- -
finish. Yogi Berra clouted a 8-2 and 5-3. Ed Mathews.set the Mder md White. Frcano. Martin -- z t the first prize f the .
homer in the .first as Ford was onvm. t9-9) and Murray. Astroth. A L-...
credited with his 14th victory two runs with a pair of doubles rtai9 held Sunday r ha Bay being tulated by th second. place winner, .. R. Abbott.
against four defeats while the Braves won the sec- Mrgt Salas and Mrs. Ab mre standing between th e two winners holding the trophies. "
ag i nd- game with two runs in the CNight Game '"
The White Sex, painfully a- eighth on a double by Jim Pen- New York' 408 230 0-22 28 1
ware of what was happening, dleton and a scoring fly by Wash.. 000 000 010- 1 5 1
blew up in Cleveland and lost, pinch-hitter Bob Thorpe. Ford (14-4), and Ber-
7-4, to go seven games behind Robin Roberts became the ra, S 1ver4, T Shea, (B9-
again as Gene Bearden threw first major leaguer to win 4), Sis, Dixon, and Sa- .
balls at umpire Joe Paparella games, scattering 12 hits, strk- ka..
and his glove Into the stands ing out nine and driving in .
and faced a stiff fine and three runs as he delivered a key l yaii On.S Softball Ij
suspension after Bob Avila was triple in Philadelphia's 8-4 vic- Night Game
ruled safe at home on a close i story over Pittsburgh. Roberts Chicago 100 00 20-4 5 0 .- ...
Stplay hi the seventh, ,won his 20th game in 1952 on Cleveland 010 010 14x-7 14 0' .9 s t CONSOLATION 1B S
At at. Louis, Ray Boone of the Aug. 19. Fornieles, B arden, CONSOLATION I
S "rters smashed his fourth The Cubis topped Cincinnati'Dorish (10-3- 3 and eLoln- TONI| A S. Wolverines,' aUhed 39-2 a. W L rAs
rand slam homer of the year 3-1 on the nine-hit pitching of lar, heely and. n. Wynn TO. a. heS h m a lnaes thr-ler 3 Ban9
to tie an American League mark Bob Rush, who struck ou 10 (13-8) and Wlogan Wn v. R. The ae -. a thier orn and 11 "'
in a 7-3 victory over the Browns. batters, after losing the opener I Speclal D R h., D. RrP. d high scorer for Canada Dry 1 1 0
t was. Boone's 19th round trip- 10-6 when Andy Seminick hit a: ESI w i '. ith the. ifs dof r e
per of the campaign. Three of crend slam homer in the ninth Night Game t .pe[l 3. inS a l poertsf Th0 N1
his full production wallops were inning. Detroit 010 001 014-7 1_ 3 olverin 32. tb i a, 15 polth.-. The N Ta"t
avsfnst the Browns. YESTERDAY'S STAR St. Louis 000 000 300-3 7 1 t- op Bcor r une losers was J. A et
'The Red Sox made it three Ray Boone of the Tigers, Branca, Aber 2-3) and Bucha. Tonight the -opening round Perantle with *1-. lanada ~, Ojl.rt* i
straight over the Athletics, win- who tied a major league mark Brecheen, Paige, Cain (4-8) and of the champion la layoffs
S.e3-2 as Billy Goodman andwh e hit his fourth grand Larsen, Courtney. in .the Pa Ih I' -
oot Evers drove in the de- slam homer of the year in wi t ami aT aI
c ialve runs in the 10th inning 7-3 victory over the Browns. taking uninor in '
-Alonq The FIn rwavs h"- Tetw .r o7 U Rer3 and," jar
.- games will play the second game wsre and o the An t
._ re e n on Sa- ndsaIy for the cphampion- iKhel 0e ne teUi.
A wet and dreary Saturday rowly making the fairway where on taiw l foser the caamt i o-. wth Y a
|nn, cut down but didn't al- Eva Jones was trying to dodge ATONAL A the first game at I p. for
Sher eliminate the male the hit. TEAMS W L Pet.! hr pa ke a0
i' members at the Ft Ama- Brooklyn 173 37 .6 Durg the regular- season, la
to Goi. Club from participat- Th e Ineidet upset Chandecks Milwaukee 68 U4l .596 Albroolt as. the only team tor Wt
ing a Best .9 andBest 18. 'our- ayie. He was holding Mitten Philadelphia 01 48 .50 1.defeat 'pec1al TrooB Ma ron .h. r t
nament over the past week-end. to a tie un to the ninth hole. St. Louis 60 50 was beaten once by Junior Cot- -IeS .
S ,' total entries included 43 male Both pinyed excellent and miss, New York 5 54 .49" lege and twice by SpeOet rI
l Members and final winners,'ed birt~is on the ninth. Alter Cincinnati 50 03 .442 Tuesday night ended ref I
score and amount of Individual that and the incident, thing Chicago66 ,0 442 Tusay ningp aeni B are n -w t 00t I ."
4 play in-.ft eaOt. Tenk 66 wee Io* 14
r rze. were as folis: were not so Lood for Chandect Pittsburgh 37 81 .314 playu ., P lafl Troopbl
netame Score Prize who lost on the 17th hole. Leoppaing e gae againTr o op ? 1
T1st Best net 1arfn. prevent 0 ,
Comr A H. Clark 63 8ll 63 VlirJnta lle la Guardia and TODAY'S GAMESa at r .n in t Pe a Wd .
nd Best net 18 -' "U t- W'hite match ended In a cInnat -2 Cht ticago ek ager % lee.r" ..
Mr. Johnny Olsen 66 6 8 the after ei-taeen h iB.rf play. P adelph a at Ptittsburgh En a to re mote' p says: "AN't pB, anyat tfMOu sI o
rd Beslt net 18-Tie They hai e to play if tio more Brooklyn at New York (4than eo e at Sal to that skiff. %% .
Mr. Luther Flemning 67 2.33 to dec'Ye the ie Ilz to an umor that bre1rdha
Mr. H. W. Mitten 67 2.32 the rIles of wa tch rumor that III be re-d by
S1st Best net Front 9 'he reason a thpMarth Wit0al- points a the r end of the f piinc,. Yi a .h a a.
C ol H. W. Do k 34 8 98 low- two strnices to Virginia, one einto the d ea. kD h 'Wh ao'eiden414 .. ,g
2nd Best net Front on fiver ad the other on the ha co at the end of the many s ar beg s ..-u t t. .
Su9-Tie 2t 32W th r for 'thi r son they, Te at,
eLt Jim ChTave ct M e et holep first quarter was 19-0, at t e pitieid ,in- ia.,lK -'ni- a,
SIc Dmale Bean 35 2.33 ve to aregh ee holes, end of the lt 37-8. Farfan s1 -noe July -3 l. ,,.
Ist Best net Back e French won her sem- difficulty ring because their They ute b
9-Tier. M. W. Manning 31 385 final r"'ch with epe aend is big gunn French, was off. In can't go far when Ite hit.'
Mr. N. Clark 31 3.85 nw in tle finals waiting for the the seco half Holbrook ac- I' -
M. W. H. Sewell 31 3.85 winner Of the White de la Guar-counted f eleven of the 19
Both male and female club -dp affair. Medal honors in the trell, a in w addition to thle C
23n Auqhiitj--k Gn^dl who. i A
embers panntnd pa t GiIrda wo deleted Eva team, was next highest scorer
mixed Scotch Foursome Toura st .ore IP t neav in the spne B~okly 000 000 510-6 8 0 for the evening with nine. .
xen are rminded all entries1-"tch -'lbre she was layin Now VorN 230 000 000-5 10 2 The second game was the .e..Oet"
mustent atrnedtIntomthe Club '%'ch I hiere of saine Podres, Milliken, Hughes, La- Elks 1414 Club Ieague cham- Reresentvea of the Atlatle .
,must be turned into the Club tr- a h t t he wa blne (4-3) and Campanella. Go- plonship contest between the Side reparati ommttee and
por to 6P. d u ou stop pMayI oni the 1eth and mez Wilhelm u7-61, Corwin and Wolverines and Hawkeyes. The the Pacific raton Corn-
Don't forget to Indicate your stop playing on the 12th hole. Noble, Westrum. mitte hndad a9 l esion m s-
desres regarding the buffet m night h at Ra ibow City.hurs-
dinner. Bud Hammond has. a Tn th- otlbr flights Plco Dis First Game t g abow city.
limited number of female golf- i'nst to Roberto Torres and Mike Cgnc aU 003 000 025-10 13 2 Ioth gue agreed. to sIt F
ers looking for a partner so f u' defeated bt Rafael Ca ls, 9% tickeW 1p.
me first served. It's gtin toI len In the Junior flqt Perkowski Kelly, King 3-5, of the keen interest bei
reservations In today. ,rfbrielito GOlIndo and Alberto KllPpatei t7-10, and McCul-Oh Iam b nin Indt1eWproj i of er t.
The Panamnn Women's Golf a -Rodriuez from Citi Perira,, .ppstein -10 and McCul- Indian group of cricket g
Association vill be playing from Mofoe Arosemena from alo December
No. I Te from 9 a.m. until an- 'ronen be-ie of default and e -eOf Atla- touCmsta
dproxinately 10:30 a.mn. Satur- Torge Paz Rodriguez from Agus- 1incnati 000 001 000-1 9 1 ,fIHamb eoIat oserCubfran
,day. 15th August so. pleas ar tin Arango. Atlantr db tr
anee your starting times ac-I R.sCICnberger 16-102, Kelly drive to sell the .rwaw..
ordingly. The folowIng matches a:reads GO N, New York, Aug. 1. dollpi each.
SJohnny MacMurrvay, Tstbm'In Mitts. t-alast Johnny MacMur- (UP- A Canadian filly PoeHar has ahed .r
ndisputed champion, defeated.ray in the first flight: de Mena Nigt Came "Helicopter" has won the of'm,- gs to cleawdft l
Dicky Arla In a very rJovm m -tch, aoIct Torres: Alice French a- hI a. 000 310 310-8 10 2 HabiletOSntan Stakes... the eptie- drive.
si the semnifirals of the XVI Es-. -ainst the winner between Mar- buP h 000 030 010-4 12 4 Kentucky aby of harness rac-di e
e Annual Golf Tournament. Th- tha White and Virginia de la Rober i20-8 and Burgess ing. The Atlantic CrIb t
,piyicn vice president of the Re-ibprlla e nd in the junior Ltndell (5-131 and Sandlock, At- Helicopter ran 17th In t will select a squad
Innic nhue n a wine s noeal b a t" W ters in- .. first heat. Then she week in October.
Inning the m1tch with an eagle First Game, (Twilight) won ti"'ext two heats with lrickel t League has
'n the 17th hole. Professional Macarron Herrera at. Loal 110 000 000-2 8 0 Harry X vey. in the aul. likewa at the Same
DM Mite wk h ack row from his trip to Milwaukee 103 010 12x-8 13 0 "Kimberf ly d appeared to Y s ech
SDoc Mitten won from Chan-rrhlco to represent Panama In Schmidt (0-2 Chambersthe winter of the third eat the be selected tt*
eck also by a close mar-in and the Tom O'.hanter. Played a 76 White, Erautt, Presko and Yvars. sulky. "Iflfiberly Kid" appeal- oufose the Jal .
e latter has a nerfect alibi forlin the ,,,alifleation rounds but Antonneli, Johnson (4-2) and ed to be the winner of the third tree-day'ad ne
a losing' from the nlaving den-claim- It was not enough to Crandall. het until he broke near the
Ist While going through thenulify among the 400 entries. finish. He recovered In time to Pacdific .' lea Is
Oth hole Chpndeck hit a driva lDoa o.hrlP Geras Is also back Second Gaae. (Night) take seeopd it the heat. "SinX- Ulayers an ar.
at landed on the head of Eva from a long vacation. St. Louis 10 0 010-3 9 0 ing $ord" was the only one to to atte d
... one who was playing a match Milwaukee 000 120 02x-5 10 1 finish in the money each heat. .1oe all Pail, 7:..
with Martha White And Vh"'inia And how about the next tour- 8taley, Brazle (4-5 and Rice. This was the richest Hamble- alht
ideI, Guardia The ball was a nement Mr. Preuldent Dehlinger? Burdette (10-2), Spahn and tonian ever, with a purse mf
tall fly from the 10th tee ztar- What are we wilting for? Cooper, Crandall. $117,000. Helicopter earned mo.e
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Ontario. She was one of three
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99e Morse Hanover won the' first CAN FILL YVu
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For over 20 yea-s people have relied on Alks-Seliter .ome S mil" e was two-ud b
for speedy relief from Headache mueryl Simple to iks, just on e anorer p eid
drop a nbhlet or two into a glasu of wiser and drink! prk- o M Mos.1 e Hanovr paid $3.
UIns eervescence mikes Alk-.Selhzer plesani-mstuig, help In the second heat, it wp
its pain-relieving ingredient work 1usd Milions agree, Beopter the winner "*,
"" ere's nothing quae like Alka-Selea'r"l Gee tigs sed anove" second and 8inel8
Alk so.eltzer dody, -ad keep it heady always/ Tihes of S Bw ord third. The time was w.
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NEA Sports 8l
,u. 13. Whe For the flrt time
with a few memory of the oldest
U dltio .i wthe are and er, vaf sidc5 'UMM
Tto purchamd power, the
e x of re recent Americana dr o p p
days are a strike. example straight at 1ome, whi
When a second dison outfit e t with the last
lawse, and has tijue It's still on te road. The
a bad ball club. Ray kicked backtak I a
Boone put teeth b to the ta t and the
Tigers, for intae, g swept a four-a
was sad when rde M chi ed tWm nto Y8ae o u.
son'l hired handL were a lb with I o heir last 1 8.
. "The trainers of d d- .- .
Salon clubs are the ha work- Predie Rutchinso
ern in the ame," ays synheas of credit for tt
Anderson of the Ieda. "The Detroit club out of the
aches 'm d pains lsrehae the where the Benals
farther a club drops in the trip for the flt
race." years. Manager Hatehta
The Bosox won 10 of 1 la oendlerabe help fomn
western whirl. Their youth owns. Obarley OGeb
m govern seemed finallyto last made- a- good des
h ve gbr me, ln
have oduced side, that could Hutch kept them husatlin. w
previu an the road. The Back while thin wera t golzg~,.1it
ay Millionaires were only Just plate awlbl to wrs.. -
aeen and a half gaies off the "You haVe my word 1 'i
pace and charging. Ted Williams that thi takes a bit of
and hisbig at was returning. -- keeping a club ob It
Things were ong un tdeed. while it's moving in
Then It hapend. t Bol- ttles 'Ta Lyons.
ing, crack sortstbp, sprainedd
his foot. tore ligamepts In his Coach Lyons Ik as W
inqtep sliding Into second base on thl subject. -
at Comisfkey Park. He ra"Ned tbll
Tom Umphlett sautfred a ce- .
cualon and hurt his arm bang-
ing into the fene,. When the
flie young center fjMergot
back, 'he was nom spiked.'
First baseman Dlk Gernert
ma.rsed his back winning for
the long. balP.Dreat 1l things
on be traced to Fiary Park's
ya lnn left field screen. BA n l
laa bi W s wear back TeM 1 Na a
a t .Thit seslano George ritA or tA
RupMvg i af roAm a i bmTwo sari st j
psfa e p wte'p pride e.tersingle
was hwlt S1vvSv-e" &totle on rtunner Lrotlnfl
headers x alt he -the*
i apTne hen end l stear-old tt an the t .
7f3t cftwdcd nick bay nut ting the catcher touch him?'-
STd Lepo and 13-year-old mut it ,e v .., .
L, c.ele at aMond and al7. Merely taf wla
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G1's Can Wear
WASHINGTON. Aug. 13 (UP)
-If any Army private wants to
shell out a month's pay, he now
can dress up for parties as snap-
pily as airmen or marines.
After debating the matter for
months, the Army has finally
authorized its enlisted men to
wear the same blue dress unll-
form as officers.
This will help GI's compete
socially with Marines and air-
men, who long have been allow-
ed to dress in dashing blue uni-
forms. for special occasions.
Nothing has been done yet
about the sailors, who still
wear bell bottom trousers on
the dance floor as well as on
Soldiers will have to buy their
blues at their own expense. They
cost about $80.
The optional dress uniform
consists of a dark h ue coat and
sky blue trousers with stripes of
gold braid. It is worn with white
goves, a dark blue cap, white
shirt, black necktie, black shoes
ad black socks.
The Army said regulations
governing the wearing of the
blues will be issued this month.
Meanwhile. It laid down this
"Individuals may wear the
uniform, when attending state
functloni both at home and
abroad, when military personnel
of other nations may be present
2S dress uniforms, and on other
oealsions when common usage
mad good judgment dictate."
I Judge's Bench
Panamanian Francisco Pine-
da, 37 was (ined $10 in Balboa'
i Saglirate's Court this morninR
! ? a- charge of treapassing in the
T ivoli Commissary. He was also
S mtented to serve 30 days in JIl
I ndecent exposure in the
S 'A $10 fine was meted out to
Claude L. Ifill, 33, Panamanian
ua charge of loltering.Iffll was
Itund asleep in a bed at Camp
We. 905-E in La Boca.
SForty-five-year-old David As-
t rua C., Panamanlan, was fined
-8 on a charge of vagrancy.
S Form Favorite
UOL!TWOOD, Aug. 13 (UP)
-Poliee reported today that
an 18-foot. 150-pound cutout of
rvaeeous Marilyn Monree
Swag stolen from the front of
'artman's Chinese Theatre.
WE '- -- -- -
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAT. AUGUST IS, I "
US To Wait EndOfP
WASHINGTON, Aug. 13 (UP) ment, of men duped by Comr- juru when the.
Informed sources predicted munist propaganda, of lera- th from
today that the United States ble food and of comnstant men- ngto
will wait until the current Ko- tal harassment tu over
Srean prisoner exchange is com- or itn
pleted perhaps a month from One of the 75 Ame ans ghay
now before accusing the handed over to the United Na-
Communists of violating the tons in Operation. -t Switch the
truce terms by withholding some was swathea in bd so
American POWs. Others said he B in- w all
They said that this country -
wants to be doubly certain of its
facts before formally lodging
charges which could lead to a
breakdown of the uneasy armi-
Above all. American officials
do not want to take any step
now that might jeopardize the
repatriation of all of the 3.138
Americans the Communists
have promised to free.
Meanwhile, however, it ap-
peared certain the United Na-
tons command will hold up the
return of Communist POWs who
hae been convicted of various
crimes as, long as the Reds In-
alst on Allied prisoners serving
oqt sentences they received in
There .ave been reports
from returning POWs that the
Red. havq been hoelig back
priisones convicted of trying
to e sadq ua other alleged
6arimes. adio Pelpntr con-
firmed t last night, claim-
ing the polley is tied by
the Geneya seontenlen.
cretary of State John .....
ter Dulles said yesterday that TK BM1 GOOMYT ReptIb Wan,
he considered such action a vio- Korea, wave farewell from tb s. a
lation of the truce terms. He o.*de t ,trom thiW harbor b fo
aaid Monday that Red POWs port.- wthe foreground s more
coilvicted of crimes would no tranortin the to
returned "until we know -the
tude of the Communists to-
M BTeag P_,4,dwasPolitfcal Pelce e n
considered a Up-off a t of-
Ssment. Mcy Be Tougher Tin Truce
ellned hg edofte comment.
The p tpup of prisonbrs ",, ', ,
R prp cpamp '" ..
o. 1 cwe ack to reedom at OTTAW t., (Aug. 13 (IV) .11 leae S1w New
mainunlom today and ad The 9 1eal eces confer .to prepside at meet.
endUton there were worse newe on KN may be "a tough- ted NatXi Gen-
than in notorious camp No. 5, er obstacle to get over" than eral asi planhMg the
where at least 2,000 Americans the signing of the cease-fire high-eyr ice conference.
died. agreement, External Affairs min d press conference
Thy told of Americas dy- Ister Lester B. Pearson warned I te aOhe peace meeting
fag of ieknes and mistreat- todgly. a would be long and difficult
S' peoe thought that we
giot Ot the- big hurdle when
A T Kl I~l h C /l kJ p we d the armistice," he
ATKI NS O N said. t thiconference may
be a tough ee ore.
f~f L ) He Ws asked If the confer-
Snce would be able to finish its
y /work '*? a formula for
thel:. -da time limit set by
the' U -ouh orea pact.
"z It give any odds on
kove o8 choose ,m ..' ,. -
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isemen said p~yns Grwe 2
aret which sVt" a eAr
He had artfvd"' smmel
leave from Weut int oa.
The blaze waMeyned ito
one bedroom ofrft. houa.
,The youth wa oa 4" M
Oen, Robert W ,rofw, fto=,1
mli try attache to the V.. M.
embMassy in Mofet .'
The general SWOvPioter
a court martial Iq. ,It t
pmnded from "'lW=
44rellction of duty. Thef
StMmed from t o*
hMI diary. which WI t'S
*AAW BOUNCE t I a-zi -I
a. (UP) A ate wTs bent '
imunoei"at c N U clerk has corn- few world war.
lain to the police department
at 'o b eJs having trouble 'row has retired' hm r
with. pemami paying traffic AMy-
tflze' -IW "rubber' checks.
Walt ipe said an average
of omn aj day s being re- RalUoa TItdg
turned I bInks to his office
ma m Uanks to his of- Friday, Aug. 1t
fice 'insuf ielent funds.' High $-hI
Cheea khae from $1 to as high 8:33 ajm. ...........2:1.
as $1L. b.:4 pm .......... M:s:
Dkk Haymes Plans
For American Citia
LAq.Y0ABN.HT, Aug. 13 (UP1j The singer's atto ,
-Cr .ick h ymes, facing ton, said he would
depo for ftllowilt sultry film Capitol to cour
Rita orth tafwaii, said R ovIes' counsel,
today las to fight for Amer- to talk over "a fiaeg
"m tlin tin tiHrk itout now' .
n ther returned
i ack of
q. Robert X. O1
awevilla. Mm. fi
I. ,. ,' ,- _lBWA ,;
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,r40 ass in age dby ATKTINONS e4 Old Bosd skra -
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