The Panama American

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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

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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.

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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:
AA00010883:01684

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,The earthquake ordeal seemed withoutend. Mai.
tams shook and fresh fire spouted from rubbled cities
11 mew shocks jolted the devstated islands of Ch"a
lonij t Vnd Zente during the night.
met temblor felt in Patros on the Greek m
ltat, teday crushed a hospital on Zante and bArid
ucmtod amubers of injured being treated there. '
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9" PANAMA


THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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.rT IS T YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


THE MAIL BOX
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The Mail Box is an open forum ot readers of The Panamo Amei-
.e5n. Letters are received gralifully e*t are handled in a wholly conli-
dentiol manner.
. If you contribute a letter don't be impatient It it of dos't pp-Ma the
mest day. Lettlts ree published In the order received.
Plows try to keep the letters limited to one page length
Identity of letter writers Iq held in strictest centhdence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility tor statements as oplaises
pressed lit letters from resaers
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BATTLE OF THE A1LDITS
'Sir


Remember what I tole vou about audition and how you could
ji.et a Lwo parade perniotion iflen vou could put down in your job
study that you were an auditor ? Well scratch my hind leg f ten
the Personal boys haven't gone and Rot a lomn ahead of the de-
cimal point ushers and opened un a hole new field of audition
worK all ovei the organization. Yessiree. them boys and gals in
,the right wing oi the Administration building have managed to
Icopabine there woik with the decimal polnz pushers and Mr. No-
bbls outfit, had better watch out or they are goin to be moved
back Into second lace behind Doolins upancomers.
Now let me tell vou now .ney done that. I better explain this
because you might, find it hard to see how Personal boys could
do auditin work. Well son, its e.sv They put an information
':sneet out for emoloves to read on the classification of positions.
An down there about the middle of the page it says, so help me
Susanna. It says. Classification Audit Program. Tnats what It
says, audit program. An that's what it means an they tell you
:how they do it. It goes like this. It says. A systematic review
of all graded positions by organizational unit Is accomplished
7 periodically under the Classification Audit Program. Then there
e some more. Then it savs. This is a continuing program proVld-
ing a coverage of all graded positions within a 12-month posi-
tion-audit cycle.
Now I don't know what that all means and I don't see how
cycles get in that at all because I bought they was all handled
-n the corral. But there don't seem to be any doubt about them
Saudits and Uifen them Personal boys are starting to audit then
% them dejcmal point pushers better start personalin or things is
soln to look dark especially out around Diablo Heights.
But just look what an opportunity that gives the rest of us.
Iffen you can. audit a personal program, why cant you audit
"Jaundry over iI Ancon? They could shore stand an auditin at
the hot counter in the Ancon Clubhouse which is serving the gorsh
deradest grub anywhere. An iften a man hadda audit somethln.
I Want to be Panama auditln the gals asset an stuff and I wouldn't kick about
Sthe pay either.
But I don't expect no such windfall so I better go back to
Mind l Dairy where I work and audit the spigots and make shore
none. of them critters Is holding bock on Uncle Sam or the In-
.:ternal audit boys will shore get mad.
SHaw. I know that sounds sorta reedilulous but why should
I be any different from anybody else?
Sadeye Sam

FROM ANOTHER GEORGE JEAN NATHAN
4lr:
I understand that the oLher George Jean Nathan of the At-
WptUc 9ide was tarred and feathered over his criticism of "The
ltoOr Is Blue," so I wouldn't dare mention a word about "Buy
Spte Blue Ribbons" If I hadn't liked It so much. I want to thank
i2he director for making me feel bk iJewYor at aeal tage
lay. He must be very good at ac sn f the
cast seemed to be suitable for there nparts.
And strange to say. everyone knew his lines. Every time that
I hear a prompter at an amateur production, I wished that I
hadp'L spent that buck here but ha4d one to a nearby movie. To
ay way of thinking. those in Little Theater work who won't learn
Ulnep until the last. maintaining that they are too busy with other
work, should do backstage work. How in the world can a director
olish a play If some in the cast are still learning lines at dress
rehearsal?
I td never seen a play "In the round" before and I didn't
Ipt nd to like it. But I did. There was an intimate and sym-
pathetic feeling between the at lence, and the actors that I
hadn't seen before. As to the acting let's start with Dick Oar-
letsa. the producer. He was just as polished as many a Broadway
Sector.
," The boy. Jordan. carried a heavy role In a most commendable
manner. Millie reminded me exactly of a spoiled actress who has
reachedd success and I bet you a dollar to doughnuts that the Hen-
uee eale are lust as different In real lifp as they were on the
tage.
As for Dalay. Jordan's mother, the program says that some-
ne by the name of Amy McCormaok played the part. I don't be-
leye that any one but Daisy, herself was on the stage. And in-
Sldentally If her husband. Alvin. doesn't take her back, there are.
number of us fellows who will be more than glad to take over.
GJN


TODAY


CENTRAL
CIRCUIT

Presents:


CENTRAL LAST DAY...!
TED COOPER and NOREEN NASH, en
"PHANTOM FROM SPACE"
MAN OR MO'WMI... ?' CAN IT HAPPBN.. ?


omiar five parcenter. When TtI
cut loose-om Staln s l
now eontroeled by the Commu
nist Party. became the offloiC
nurchaRing agent in Italy fo
Poland. Also the official sale
agency.
In the Polish market alone th*
meant five per cent of $78,000,00A
in the three-year period fron
1948 through 1950. It became ap
parent to all Italian Industrial'.
lats that they had to deal with
the commercial front of the
Communist Party here or they
just couldn't do business wil
any of the Soviet satellites.
For example, 80 per cent W o
East Germany's trade with Italb
lan merchants was handled by
the Italian Communist Pirtya
industrial division.


Labor News
And

Comment
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By Vie.or Riesl
ROME. -- Anytime mystery
man Agosto Cappelinni wants
to quit hie powerful Itailan
Communist Party, he'll be worth
his weight in refined uranium
to any Wall Street firm looking
for a man who can run a $50,-
000.000-a-year capitalist busi-
ness.
That's exactly what 'Signor
Cappelinni's Comintern assign-
ment Is running an Intricate
network of corporations, garages,
palaces, office buildings, import
and export houses, a multi-
million dollar bank and sever:
holding cQrporationa, to finance
the Communist. Party and Its
underground army here.
Signor Cappelinni is a senator
and you can see him coae and
go quietly when the Italian
Congress is In session *here.
He's a stocky, medium height
chap of ST, genial even in
brushing off" an inquiring cap-
italist columnist.
But don't t Comrade C*
Pelial wreag. t- .
tough enoab to be the *&
most owerrl ,M -MUm i -et
side the Soviet UUw o g h
I doubt hi name ham ever beeb.
heard by Wall Stremters
Cap eUnni's anming sto
began on the afteown of Fb.
27, 1947 at II o tasl
mento, not too froh the
balcony on wbhieh in Is being
written. At that whe oitlipa
Communist PIrty Wu under
Comintern orders t flaane It.
self. preparatory to Itort
to turn this naItIag aint the
U. 8. In ortWeuar, and the
Western world. nMinl.
That meeUing e ao sesa on
of the board of dAletors Of an
Import and epar in -led
SfIM Thereld it ot the
firm announced 'at t o the
three directors was roepgng adR
would .replaced by a 4 nor
CappelInni.
The mystery man as adminis-
trative secretary of 8IMES soon
had the company Jumping. A a
big office was opened at 11 Via b
Coa DisIpOrtn-ao in Turin. P
Ib' spare you the details, but
before long qomrade Cappelin- a
ni landed his firM big contract a
-from Co e 'rite,
The then slI 8talnat Jius- e
lay government ordered bun- i
dreds of thousands of dollars a
worth of special volcanic rock w
for construction work from an w
Italian gravel firm: U'r aie er o
was placed through 8IMES. Pat 4
which 8IME8 got itself a fiv#
per cent sales commisalon .
Soon enough it became obvi. ,
ous to those few who WetI
watching the operation that thl 1
Communist Party of Italy w
rapidly becoming a multl- oill I


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Cover, G..i

.By BOBS UARK.

PARIS The fashion buatIIs i te .. Ii i
RaIA, and it M genealai oaultlt S Ia'
but one hopeil note has been aruu 4tl' Oi- ..-- --
rlt, Mo Chi OBtldiMt Dior. 10 H dfl
e.i onUaa dismal pair oft l they ,e
omraw. tof sealdrug ewaleng woyswpni I .- .,.
bo-t the a lo ,a n
pres Or s e "*. Ir -a 'l m o.*a, g, 1
we a WS I uAseo'Ls, eowswo WSil- O9,
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Comrade Cappellanl's ast
buIdes become that even the .
swmMe who want toseN
ope and munitions (lnel-dtg Al
A-rleaM.made armed ears I,
by t.e wa{y) knew they had to
* t [ hi. and not directly to
olfda ,aplS et agefhy.
Oappellini aet- up an in-
Oetwork of holding cor-
i and subaldlarie-.-as
as any Wall stree
Af radesbhave hlan T-
th ere s the Communit
Nord Export companv for
rn urone and TECNO for
ry and taelhncal equip-
there Is the COCOR
Oriental Company and
Ili..oe Kuropean Balk-y

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Ong A the tahlon boy ,eono f at fe I w
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w s.n cheat r r Iou ca n lut Dior,
) dt ( 'ema out anMdt 'ela a own, m d"3 w i
w~leban to infitab rubqr p4
,w thert 4 ho b othiag'. a. .i
to unk oek her ,w unle; arlG I
S and has them related.
opa h way been p- lant tht
Sito annually, we they let eitne exp0
d v boy wreck the t lives and the for
Sburtt by druUtidlill ruling thdir CaC
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.MOVIES TV RADIO
| by Erskine Johnson
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2.r_ OOD 'T, A Ex- :an me.no onh, one thins-that
e' lively ours; I5's more man Kel... vlll r in 1 l JoL.. on
cncerni about -her ster-: d.t" *: rE.arn to movietoun Ce.ie
* that brought Patrice 1.;,aor. i F., se to do the movie ei -
br:; to the S.A :on hack in 1944 wheJ he made,
_* long'-e-pected rift bcLwec- -. oer Girl" on the Col' nmb-
Pa.. vwo's scheduled to become lot. but prodl.c.' n w. shAci. d.
mother ili Novemiter, and Er-
ral Flynn took place in Ital, a TALKS ABOUT SHOW
f oredk has asked the dancing David 0. Selznick ha. helJ hl-'
I r to give hirn his* freedom. first conference with Marge and
,Pat is now in.Salinas. Kansas. Gower Champion- about doing
*1 ith her parents and is on the tl'e choreography and playing
rte of hvsteri. A" ordii t~, a r:r!es in his muslcal stape N erosion
pose Hollywoor .friend who. s'.:..' .of "Conr.. With the Wind
th her on the trle'hone jut the Th- Cl ampions wouldn't oll"
tler dy. ..... Rhett Pnd-Scarlett. but would fill
roles to be added to Margaret
Deborah Kerr ard Tonv Bart- Mitchell's originalcast of char-
hy.have finally decided to anputy actors.
for Afneriesn citizenship. -'"We Gower Chsmpion',s c u r r e
Snow that we w.l be lijieg in stint at the Cocoanut Groi e with
this country from now on, Deb- Marge, by the way. has special
orah told me; "We'e given meaning to the dancing star.,
deep thought to.it and knpow. that Fifteen years ago he won an
weowgat to be American citi- ttpteur dancing contest in thr'
Sens" ame room.
r Huntington Hartford, the ero- MGM. and Spencer Trarv hav,
Seery chain millionhre, W'puttin^ settled their hassle about his yen
u t the dough for "Noa Nona, the to do Ernest Hemingway's "Old
*i film blotranhy of Paul Gaugtin Man and the Sea" as an inde-
that will star Vittorio Gaasman ,,endent film.'Studlo has agreed
as the famous artist and Frain- to let Tracy do the film under
r-sheaca di Seaf f as a Tahiti.n his own joint banner with Le-
planter's daughter. land Havward, but the nicture is
S.. to be released by Leo the Lion
Dorothy nandridge. a bie hit Cameras turn next February
In Rio de Janeiro, denies report. ;when the big fish start running!
in the Negro oress that 3he will in Cuban waters.
re-wed Harold Nicholas.
John Ford's giving "The Quiet:
SHE'S ENGAGED Man" a new release on a big;
,:creen.
Helen O'Connell is wearing an
'. engagement sparkler from Andv, Gal reporter in Salt Lake City
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I and I Strikes lightly
feather 2 Calla lily
4 and dogs 3 Remembering
a Back and d well ",.
8 Beck and 4 Throws
12 E.ist 5 Century plant
h13 Toard the 6 Dread
sheltered side 7-athe pace
14 Musical 8 Paint
inbruinent 9 Cain and 2
15 -- and take 10 Theater box 21
16 Sorcery 1 pregs 2
18 Ore --efinery 17 Satiric 31
20 Pa .i mn plays 19Climbing 21
' 21 Setbian plant 31
capital 23 Is fond 3:
22 Scent 24 City in 31
246 Wash and n Pennsylhania 41
27 Comedian *,
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34 Encroach
35 Habitat plant -
adjustment
36 Direction
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39 Outlet -
40 Rank and -
41 Young animal
42 Cognizant -
45 Set free ,
49 Receding -
51 Meadow
52 Nostril -
53 Notion
54 Spanish -
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and 1ll legal questions concern- earlier than expected and caught DPMURUR
Ing the future of Tielen' chll- Aldoe with his -ants, and coat,
dren have been settled with ner downstairs at the dry cleaning
ex. Clifford Smith. "-" 'shop. Aldo did the interview
"We're all sonuare awayv" Andy wrapped in a blanket.
fold me at hiq new West Los'
.Anwel restaurPnt. 'the ,or. .--
*'-e'll be marred in Septembert
Jl Taylor and Mehael .Wild-
lnc re wear* of defting the new
flood of stark rumors ln, Liz
Is boird with xving. "I wish Itj
wr'. trr'." m'e 'ravIhta is-
1s'inir -it out fh, t IE,( Aves, the--
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t-i- even "A Plope.IO th n." lk
In'*ilew 1MGM vrarret, "Rhap-


Those cables between Colunm-
b" in Hollywood and Gene 06 : h
vil"'"'lv in linrlnrl. and tho-tele- Near relotivesore usually mor
rbnneL conversations between helpful whenhy oee for away.
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IOestle CIO ream

Scientifically prepared Keeps and beautifies
your hair.
Glo-Cream Lotion acts on the hair, It has been said, the same
way as r lotion against sunbuar on the. skin. It is a safeguard
against the nn's rays that diy the hair, burn or discolor it. It
keeps the hair well grcomed. bright and perfumed. ,Glo-Cream
contains antiseptic G-11 to deoderise and maintain i healthy
*ealn.
The Product is packed in transparent boxes ofvarious colors
which permit the clients to examine the contents without
opening the box. Glo-Cream is delivered in cartons of one
Sdoen for counter exhibit, Nestle-Lemur Company, New York 10.
Taken from "FARMACIlUTICO" of July 1953.


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or cocoa. Use the economical quart- .
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RE$ORt I
Household Automobiles e s ee. h d ol pesAieblePhNoip. Oceanside cetfug
Wee Alssha oAssilomsim. Slee Clara, Box 435, lamli". Smo'e
FOR BALE -ice box, $ir, Nl FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Victoria Alee. Z. Panama 3.1877. Cristbql *673.
p11nted. P. Exrellert condition, has radio anl-
ned.Phon Panom .> h,t lde adll.o i Leang Isthsn.L DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic. Houses on beach, Sant r A :
FOR !SALE -Fur tur-E P. ned to 6 0 p .Curnndu Central Avenue "'K" Street cor- i COOL' Cembonq montalns.O
w.th oven; 4 .eti.r' bi -J S t3. p. m3 ner. Telephone 2-3479. Pon" Phone SHRAPHIL,. alb 1389
iro --r --.e ---- cP 6Erc4 90 dMonerreyy limt. Pan-illi'-S2 nta' rA CIALctS "
Hrd p, excellent condition. Ex- PANAMA-MEXICO one way $55 ch
ALEro- ne E ,,,ra Best offer tor finance or round trip $135 (15 dy limit) tps. Electtle kati c', ou t~

W e rigeaor5 Z' Enci- V, b-c- -- T- we n m p t -a TOW 1k4
No..8Cu, t, dolsNqLE5ea, o $159 25 round CPeboa; 4-567, Ildro ) A lneev|
FOR SALE 1- I D6.b4 190 dol Imitl. Pan- Wllibm' Santa m.I

IJliors Santa .S.M N, :O N '
rooUE Empire 'ofa Arliq.e FOR SALE .-1947 Oldsmoble hy. o A LM Ach ServE i 36 Avenida 2 bodrooAj f. ef t4 h'
rT TrQUE b r r ,le graotNcexcellentncondition lS NacioIt .Tol A o e.u ru 1an -
Frch A uetry T. ie. At-,,q u H. D 1homas.J vy 25 72oI Panama 2-o 165 e .
S Tilt Top Table. Cc e Tcble T ,bl e, L er 55 use 95 r. 8 nd-T--- r mU Dsta1
RacaRomaStatio n Fal r Fan. F rnon :e oCa r obad o l Tho E r,5 n.
Table.' -44ih Streel No. 17. up- Re tatio Ta Fn C Stores. P>g
stair... -be arragen 2Engr2bados Thomas Engraings. F.ste Cia. *ps ti I n
-'Tro ,h.9 jewelry, n lo" pla a. mg. CIO
S FOR S-BALE -Cher0let 2 tIon Stake" th and Q St w0t No.
r om o r ermae o c,' d, True lneoue at No. 211 $0 oo| ''
eoom cha r o3, CICIea. h ode o., B SUoa Street. Try your luckr 4 ''. -O.
Tv ewhiio l *~ e, 00 ea -oh C 9h 4. SaTr. 2 -P I w Ft i Four Mer:0 i.Idt lclube Ii w fI l '
Book Re-. $4 CG.ri bci FOR SALE Sb ALMACEN LA PISIEN
Coe. Fie condlr. Tca oA, ,r F R S -Oldsmob. e 88. 1.
Cuba Al enue 9on 3:nd St 'et ,it h hvdRomatic. Good fwire Stervie 36 Asr ni ycinal Au- .. i
SposIcon n" cOndi.i.on Coll 83-3197 c* r 4:30 tomobl rslo L Tel. 2-1655, Pi n- .!t e
.FOR SALE-Beck ,lh Sp-nct Pano ii. pAm.dor 42_ or -.__k 2 _0_ 25. t
excellent condl.on. 00 00 T- FOR SALE-l425 00 tokes a 1951 ACCORDION 120 ent
4ACCOrDond1 bass. Exio.ell"a. g.m.. ,--p a,3"



ewahone 2-.;,h-2 -.i 8 II .ard Viata .0. wo tone, 2 rod o, seat Cost over $r0.O sell for O '12 A : t ive ,. ,_ .
O SALE4-Used fluorescent 4- tubeE ncal condition. Low mtmtle. it
i. u'trial lamps. lnqu;re u No Phcne Kobbe 6,6. d
.21 Juan B.Sa Stree.t. o41 .L NoFE ,- *"o U
S-- FOR SALE.-i-- 53 ie ry J Corsair o S wihlut .i o .hx

fr-eractn 25 ele' sn O A LE n atI $.ceauu .. I ir .
*F rdber. naBrodlo om. Fre e rad o.1 n ing SeptU se




r0. -6ab p' $. o- 80 Auo 70heach F-0-o h FO Th Texas FOR ENT M Lare arr*n t
I ORSALE" Varty dresera. chi- 06 r cTot S.O,0 ,, n_ o." ."
feiioier.nhcdern B-mutyrretuSim- 3 4 t o 2 Ed ar.Cl
erns maieres modern ov S al- A E O B t fFOR S4ALE;-Lotol 'elehcfn T2ins 3
dons. NO 9. c 4th Storeet apart- FOR SALE:-26-tor t power beat for transformersl. o2 crclel ad ta.rt-win. 4e .r .
campvs No 9.c4rthSwthAra.PI.Jr
- nrt 4. Phone 6 i o 9 p.. : -...eh ut -pe ilT e ofi o re I bot. h CaIl tAhuPh ar.39 E9, 1W 111,.1111
fOR SALE-General Electric 25 Awe FOR tALEc--10f HP Johnson out-
whiwehng maine $h700. 00 Babt board. $1 35.00. Houer 2132-c o 4ntah No 1r o.iTb' 2tn FORE Y:
carriage lke ne. 6 ,ith pad $15 6- th St. Curundu 8o5219. FOR SA E 42 osh na 3 5L e7 75s-Bellu distg tItl" e Pho
00. Baby rocker $..00 Two bec h...r soemalis"rearm--"
Sspingse i l4. .00.-e h. 5186-A 0 e n FOR .. SALE: -- Fur coat stole n. 2n2 m .-. 3-32..
al o eiephone 2-3166. o0.00. Infant I asket. P ho 38
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UAL it.'ri 1941 Chryt,,er 1949 FOR SALE-Cushon grl. C T
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Pon t i, c n T e., ek A ly. LoAA44.r 100. F_ CANAL-d ..- ,' I f,

O .LE:-Oneo Wes1t inghuse re- V I-e
frieratue 2r5 cycle with 0eep s DORESE WAIJ &t .if,,-l le '
Fr eze. One Bro adloom F ,eze reopening -ept. yt r wll .re l
Irug 12'x 20. House 8030-A Auluft p'17 d t aFi~te. 1 ff FOR RENT, trge apartment
SMqrgori Phoe 3..2 C. m to 4o 30 m B oe theo nprol jna r(penthor in ell Vita. Th
3.arp r >egla 323.... ahd.t4. Vp .r m 0sory DivslohMt IC H enM b rio ma ,t
OR SALE -To 8'B C 10'f gr 'feed. an& other socks. Inv,
ennce couchvrioaL q"Jc l s n ig of ne, t threee bedro I apart.
Sit~ t thrm plloom and cover, i. -..At MAcks h l matWt...Not, o ld w atr. Call a
gatcun sw,-g. one set of Re3woodWAT EIIDrO p n9H|| r the'ktto orif.ne ma jdplybknd. ....
bfihds, 10 Venetian b'inds will fit e FOR RNT:-' From Se ptqrlbr Ist..










WAN. T .DT O\ SUY..._5A1rth tires, G nr2-br w A e eIt- peSotc o
I end tables, one bamboo tbl, sPructAve Nc.. 2N- 7-_nisld two -bedroom apart
Pron, ne 3-2674. cl o to '_El P'npmh." Call,.
lamps, 3 wicker chairs wth cu ,h. -RS...ing. clac to G l "E D Cadlo d ..
ions. one night t ce onre kitchen WANTED TO BUY: Firom North AL-Ameanygiuit.Eler 10 'hofie o r ors
OlA wit o three chor, one extra American. lash .60cycle efr ie tricd sewir l machine. P ortable.. t O t
er nith tonP portable. Linen
T .ern-a,ter char. i.ne leathe aror with freezer, perfe co nFeR*:h.uris portable. Lln F R shed apartment.-
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"Mcnk b GoGertow. d r nrequ t thate"n. s e vrno 8o fartnLu n f^ .'
fba char, one bamboo bar Wjth Telephone P tAnina w3-2121. 4.00' Eosa "t raon ," new. Leaving. R incding utlte. P iho ne 'w .ul
four sto cl. l Idooie ,400 p M P.m.-~o n.a at 341 street ILuxWi l in g- bldin 224R r. r ma 3-20
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4R SALE 15 louvers for 4 familct un SAL trh It u .ro
f Aios a apartment Htoe '1410-D i s e i tal a t.
boa. Pt ihone t2-421 Rea t Esmate ?- P. M.
-SALE -Che of FOR SAL'E:-Lots 415. 416,-47 Uuma FOR RENT
a orl E''boa 2333. 07-5-G WI- 418 ,not sold separately Ir Los
S son Place Balboa Cumbres on highway. 2.256 meterr lmUl
phone Balboa 3339. house 1525-R1oiI I Ir Rooms.
SLE:-2 complete altered. A. GovilaAi Rood after 4 p m. 'e F R -Furnh

B H ckangchairs Vanity.\ tFloor alampitf o s h -nBj _kia room, w ith
TlephonPle 3-5202 g 4 -1 S..N of te l ri i l. 4 .4
An Aflorne eitHelelnfC ent he Ypoo" oA.
L SALE:-Household furnitr@ in U tfiltiance Division'a Squt.-.F.................
fr tr condition.hPhonee3-3728. w h received ll& FOR -- 'ce fUmhled cool
rdtnnthres o. ., Vbo. _t- sfitobl Cll 317
Parch swing. S5. Wotkbench S oe e n -
Bamboo and wicker settees w&[gi al' "abn ofir
rMisc. items. Telephone 2-UW of.'

r:LE:-Mnrror 18" x 60". $15 .:AttoRIeysfo'eflW-! 3Ne4rwdJ
$12.01- stool, kitchen. round. Nor., meet todav to discuss the eIvlilipjr In vernment bust- ,
coffee tqble, drop leaf, $4.- oupl nimendin .d. r.co;r d p ent. irowne ,
; air regulator point de vi- marry R taHavworth. W GN, Aug. 15 'UP
12.00; plate gloss for desk Hamtes' atItOT n, .1yober1 U. "aB .. -AmyReserv h thes. 1 HeZt
x xI18" x 36:'." $.; 3. .eiris E oand- his'y d4 rI ng the 7 r.T.
Wr ith elrfoom dn.' e n itimy Bele.'u at 4 ." ,rdet k .iheasUet
acft. 5 cedar plywood Pon- talk over a "inePwi" lehtal W"*cm
fits Open l ouvres an 2 bed- Ment."' ie 3 I p i Of hi Ar Ym 2, 0oyer t Wb
$20.00. 2 chairs Ration. c- he Plano to .nirt a U.8..! & i d.thf comprr-
i with cushions, $16.5p AttorneGeneral, .. rbort- o. request that peelal notice so far this refer, 11,764 pol 4 ....
Chew bench teak. $27.50; ft C cerfl )a. '@it n p"e taken of rowne$ achieve- "C= re te d
aPhic oceessories& tripodS, Ilt dearorlt vo-. tent We f maae by BiIi'lrt o
un m are ite s a t b nact. epu ty o t d-lt of the n- "ri te o 1952. a rec-

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the night t the e ta
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luI t of the chapter, which was or -
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SM.~ V en _Aug. 12 last year will
een not be he until the new an-
ek. nuity bill Is approved.


ALFREDO Do4A
takes pleasure to announce l"t' he will
accept violin students from Augmfr 17. 1953 on.
Address: East 51pt Street No. 20 (corner Aie. F. Boyd)
Tel. 3-0348. PanamA.



RIO THEATRE
TODAY BY POPULAR REQUEST!
NICHOLAS BROTHERS
WORLD FAWOIS. 5CIMSN & TV TAP DANOlg*m
M A.Cop Chane of Proram from the
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fun! Fabulous hotels and
glarporous nightclubs.
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.,. port*. plus the golden
sands of Miami Beach.-
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ad fasfst route north.

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TROPICAL ,
CLOSED
REPARATIONS .


WE WILL ANNOUNCa
THE REOPENING
WHEN READY!


SBELLA VISTA & DRIVE IN


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Chapters 1-2-3
David Wayne, in',
"The Mysterloa 1strnae .


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personnel who
,rpnr decorators
=ho have any
would like to
director. "She will
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Kram. under au-
us rl Service Club
sslstants, has al-
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DOkESE WAITES
SCHOOL of DANCING
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Feature Potential Thriller
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The National Race Track's second flight import-
ed thoroughbreds will hold the spotlight tomorrow
afternoon when six well matched Class "B" horses
are scheduled to dispute a $750 purse over seven
furlongs with Anglia, Mirazatoats and C'oq Au Vin
shaping up as the three top contenders.
Anglia. racing for the first there are ten other Interesting
time under the colors of her new and well-matched races on an
owner Pio de los Casares. raced excellent Saturday program.
to a smashing upset victory last,
Sunday in the "Don Neco de la
Guardia Handicap" to handP W. 6. A. Monthly
hihhl rated newcomer Tanger i


his first local defeat. Tournament Al
On that occasion Anglia wasO
ridden by little Fortunato Hidal-
go Jr. This time the more ex- AIador mor w
perienced Befludin Pulldo will A do T or
g u I d e the Cuban-bred bay
daughter of This England-FloodI Pairings Panama Wome
Mark Golf Association, Fort Amai
Saturday. 15 August. Tee
Mirzatoats. which will be rid- time: 9:00 Threesomes at se
den by Panamanian ace Bias A- minute intervals. Entries im
guirre. carries top weight of 118, go off first tee.
pounds in this race following his,
Good fourth place finish in the' FIRST MATCH
: $5,000 added Gambling Board
Classic two weeks ago. This 9:00 Helen Miller
speedy chesnut Irish-bred four-| Francis Twomey
year-old son of Mirza II-The Connie Bishop
Lady In Red is the probable 9:07 Ellen Kenna
mutuels favorite. Ruth Lincoln
June Dreghorn
If the strip should turn up 9:14 Margaret Lee
muddy, however, the betting Ethel Perantle
choice will most likely be the Jane Huldqulst
Stud Montellmar's "super-mud- 9:21 Pauline Klevan
der" C'oq Au Vin under the ex-i Grace Morris
pert handling of Chilean saddle Wilma Riley
master Jose Bravo. C'oq Au Vin; 9:28 Alyce French
goes in an entry with Bendeguz Lou Grohs
but the latter will be ridden by'9:35 Jeanne Ware
the hapless Lorenzo Rodriguez Louise Reynolds
Jera. i Eva Jones
'9:42 Nellie Whitney
Hard-running Postin o v I c h' Bababara Clark
(Jorge Phillips) and former Bonnie Poole
. track champ Royal Alligator. 9:49 Wilma Banks
(Alfredo Vasquezi are in the: Betty Pitch
,. roles of possible upsetters. The Martha Payne
Alligator Is reportedly improv- 9:56 Betty Coleman
ing rapidly following treatment Eve Wright
for weak underpinnings. Nelva Spagna
Besides this potential thriller. Marjorie Stockton


New Dates For Albrook.

V Panama Baseball Series
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1,41 DATES Sports must hoy.. scheduledu.er.Jrlam m th
,i .., Two of tne three dates orig- Caraea. .,--... --
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brook Flyers and Panama Ama- Is formed by the ellow
teur baseLrall team have be-an players: Joe Acevedo, 3b; I
changed because the Flyers Reteneller, p; Jack Chatam,
Should be unable to play. The Herb Boetto, c; John Stephe
opener remains the same and son, rf; Reno Morroal, cl. W
Swll be at 9:30 a. m. Sunday at ren ,Doar,.I; Pyank Pasch,
the Panama Olympic Stadium. and Clifton Wxon, as.
The second game, previously The Panama team roster l
set for next Wednesday, has the following players:
been moved up to Tuesaday Pitchers: .Randolph Kting,
afternoon at 4:30. The third and guel Tufton. Estehan Valen
last game of the series will be Felix Chamorro, Abel Orte
on Friday, Aug. 21 instead of Percival Jamleson Chebo I
Sunday. Aug. 23. driguez, Ascanlo Gonzalez.,
Admission prices will be giere Delvalle. Pinl Rodrlgi
charged for civilians. Th.?re will Grahville Franklin.
be no charge to servicemen Catchers Felipe Urefia a
With proper Identification. Ican Ramos.
Rav Reteneller. the only Al- First ba..emen Leo Pe
br:': pitcher to win during and Hugh Charles
the three-gpame series recently Second basemen Man
;held in Nicaragua. will be the Perez, Jullc Herrera and C
n tarting hurler for Sunday's los Heron.
opening game. Shorstops Luls Sanjur a
Chest.*r de Souza.
The Albrook team Is getting iThird tbsemen Feder
In shape for a tournament Cumberbatrh and Allai, Ball
twI.lch will be held in Puerto Outfielders Carlos Do
Pico next month while the Pan- Copa Castillo. Jorge Clark. Cc
a;i6ma tefam is training for the rado Griffith and Antonio C
SAmateur World Series which sla fate.


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Chilean-bred horse by Carnaval-Dilg, which Is and,-_-_
20 trained by Luis "The Magician" Parr*uga. DiscoverW ly,. ,
29 recovering from anilAmentthat as bothered h illp ar-i' "
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26 NEW YORK. Aug. 14 Mak- 400 _fi --aoo.R.., :.
31 Ing It three straight by sweep- Cir 7"r:
36 er, the Yankees left the White .
34 ox for dead, eight games off ti l
36 the pace.
351 They were the kind of re-
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rar- ing the wVrM oCh to ut in th@ a.d
2b; hia side back w=i'ti string the some
distance. getti DIUn-of tae-rti1-
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Richards' gamble with Johnson
in the first game had failed,
and downpour or no the man-
ager was reminding the recruit
that he expected something
more in the opener In Cleveland.
The Chisox were catching an
8.:10 train, but In the cubicle
off the visitors' dressing room,
Richards and Doc Cramer, the
old lead-off man. were giving a
stroking lesson to Jim Rivera,
still trying to cure the hor-
rendous hitch In the Puerto
Rican ball hawk's swing.
"We've got to continue play-
ing these same fellows," re-
marked Richards. "All we can
do Is keep working with them."
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COMING INTO THE Bronx,
Richards said the Box would
have to win with pitching. They
had It in three games, but still
left on the short end, 3-to-l.
"Give us a couple of their
hitters and we'd beat the Yan-
kees," said Richards.
'But w e haven't got them,
and under the present system
the Yankees will go on winning
Indefinitely They have too
'much of a head start.
"I repeat that the only solu-
tion is an unrestricted draft.
I 'That would cure all of base-
,ball'.s ills."
By an unrestricted draft,
Ricnards maans that a major
league club would be limited to
40 players. This in place of the
more than 300 controlled by the
Yankees with nine chain stores
!the upward of 350 at the dis-
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vote of confidence for Duroober, ed right-hander Ray
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Today was the last day on the
joint chiefs of staff for two of
he nation's most honored sol-
diers Gens. Omar N. Bradley
and J. Lawton Collins.
Bradley, the modes t, soft-
spoken "GI's general." will step
down tomorrow as chairman of
the joint chiefs. "Lightning Joe-
Collins w il leave his post as
Army chief of staff.
At a glittering farewell party
last night, more than a thousand
dignitaries statesmen, politi-
cians, administration officials.
and military leaders said their
goodbyes.
The reception, given by Army
Secretary Robert T. Stevens. was
held at the officers clutt at near-
by Fort McNair after the gener-
als presided at a final military
review.
The 60-year-old Bradley will
move into private life tomorrow,
taking a job as chairman of the!


Bulova research and develop-
ment laboratories, a subsidiary
of the Bulova Watch Co. His de-
parture will mark the end of the
five-star generals on active serv-
Ice in the armed forces.
Collins. 57. has been named U.
S. representative on the military
committee of the standing group
of the North Atlantic Treaty Or-
ganlation.
Adm. Arthur W. Radford will
take over as chairman of the
joint chiefs. Gen. Matthew B
Ridgwav will succeed Collins as
Army chief of staff.
Mrs. Bradley and Mrs. Collins
were at their husbands' side as
they greeted guests at the party.
Among those present were De-
fense Secretary Charles E. Wil-
son. Foreign Operations Admin-
istrator Harold E. Stassen. de-
Duty secretary of defense Roger
KyEvs. Undersecretary of State
Walter Bedell Smith. and World
War I chief of staff Gen. Peyton


March.
Bradley and Collins, both West
Pointers. stood stiffly at atten-
a Ii Re le tion as 2000 troops marched Dast
in the review. Stevens. who stood
F COS AH0lhalong side the generals. said" "I
have never stood beside two fin-
er men In my life"
Admiralty Suil After the parade, Collins af-
fectionately patted Bradley on
the back.
A second admiralty suit was the back. -
filed in US District court recent- jn Co, ,*
ly against the M/V Pacific Reef- RR Crossing
er which was libeled for $320 in
back wages claimed by two crew- At Corozo Street
men aboard the shrimper. r
Chief engineer Henry Pinnix Shut For Repairs
and boatswain Carlos A. Franco
are seeking the remainder of The Corozo Street Railroad
their back wages. Pinnix states crossing, between Galliard High-
that he received only $200 for way and Roosevelt Avenue near
work between April 16 and June the Balboa Heights gas station,
15. for which he says he is enti- will be closed to all vehicular
tied to $400. Franco aid he was traffic next Tuesda y- and
paid only $90 for the period of Wednesday, August 18 and 19.
May 4 to Aug. 4 during which It will be closed from 7 a.m.
time he should have received Tuesday until 3 pm.. Wednes-
$210. day while repairs are made to
U. S. Marshal J. L. Kincaid the crossing track.
presented copies of the boat's at-
achment to Robinson D. Bul-
lard, representative for Gulf In-. .
ternational Co., Inc.. (owners of :,. ,',
the vessel) and Agent Pleter H. | *
Block.
Similar attachment papers
wgre served to the boat early
In June when 11 crewmembers
ftled silt to collect back wages.
Teb boat, which has been in
1alboa since June 4, is now an-
Cbored in the basin off Balboa.
The admiralty suit is sched-
IUed to be heard on Stp 9. At-
torney Charles E. Ramirez of
the law firm Van Siclen. Rami- '
res, and the Castro is represent-
iag the libelants.


Poor Mails
JACKSON. Miss., Aug. 13 -
(UP) Burglars who broke into
e MacDowell road post office
re found the U. S. mails a
poor target. Their total take
was 90 cents.

Balboa Tides
Saturday, Aug. 15
UIgh Low
TUi3 am. ............ 12:55 a.m.
716 p.m. ........... 1:20 p.m.


PARIS. Aug. 14 (UP) A move 171 Were listed. I
to unseat Premier Joseph Laniel weri*Oommunists A
mushroomed today as 10,000 har- Thihosts of Amez
tried American tourists stamped- eaugd in the squee
ed the exits of strike-plagued ed by Ue strike par
France. ed the.U.S. emban
Caught In a power struggle Amer]ian contact
between the economy-minded funds or advice.
Laniel and 4,000,000 striking or
strike-minded workers, the na- The embassy o
tion teetered on the brink of State Oppartment *
economic disaster, ahead to distributor,
It already was a suddenly vouchqe of repay
blighted vacation land without vided sopres of tas
trains, buses, subways, mail, few thousand fraud
with flickering electricity and them to'exchange z
little gas. Hoarding of food and tickets or hire pritv
gasoline had begun. So had Eight hundred A,
profiteering.d th i


Leftists, blaming the govern-
ment economy program against
which workers rebeUed, demand-
ed the recall of the National
Assembly and ouster of Laniel.
Support for the demand soared
past 80 per cent of the number
of deputies required to recon-
vene the chamber.


With 209 requests by deputies
required to force the govern-
ment to convoke the vacationing
assembly for a confidence vote
on Laniel's cost-cutting program,


DEATH FOR NINE Rescue workers at Montreal, Canada, sur-
vey the burning wreckage of an RCAF twin-jet fighter aircraft
which plunged into a row of suburban homes and killed nine
persons. Five of the dead were children. Both crew members
of plane were also killed. Four others were Injurd.


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