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'S'a strikes inbrief:
with 0 trains
eitt for distant polte.
bablk work movement in
id in four other
certainn, but mlalntint
epieso"n crewm, l prefture
g t 100 percent effective.
t .RY Strike orders
'' r~d-is H 4t giat P Reqult auto
i sLIC sER spotty, with unoollected.
; a ti n 4ll- "liry headach in many
AM .Td- .MStatflpary with a few
A ise f,. 4 ukbway service baek down
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PARIS, A. 1 (UP) N 2,UD" "bsel r t
wor kedf "back to worka""d m, tn. -
thew grwmee, fearing viobWnc, gmlO tsti paim. -
ftoop, ft.y _W i'rmnwti-it police in fl t.Pris w ,'*
Preae w J on iel dmeniC Eid rio4 f
tional bnredclth night that the flm6w"o l h
crippld comilr.ctionl, utities, ubim gid
all over the coatrly for 17 days ref trie K
He implied a threat to use fmwc, 4
ootd dja strike lioers. and woriketr o fan
offic W requitioins t go b bck to tkjoir.ob 4
5$ t t worki gta)orc.d urlt, a lbr. gas1r0
feored that if it e rftled to force, tine
cbll a gnlari nationwide stMrlp Mid
*i*a cor 6 trt *re *Twi
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wteekri tbt-t9' doe- tAiq -20t0 network at U I &g OtWa s
U RSA"tafteruM bwl- u, E r ewd
I* % aucelld, M Is. Mt s .r uv national ffor" to break elP e reported a M r
g of nd. a tChe d -. urke we m I track In the Alps bd
of ms. atheIs a gremead ned blocked S w b
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Pap. TO T PANAMA AMIRACA AM mIDEPNDXNT DAIL m MPAa
THE PANAMA AMEICAN V nrF Sm eat to OnrU tthe UN?
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T" S la TOUR ORUM THE RAeADI. OWN COLUMN BY BRUCE BIOFSAT
S.I A Th ow we're thinking .
U i 1 a aou, iei sa gas station ii0
I E M A I do il tih SLre, a ,t:.' b.cek a.
He's \: il Ltaktl a close look .
So le:. amo.e 2.
The- Mail LotA s en gen forum f o readers tu The Pansmo m-. You o..' have to watch this
lcon. Letters are tecnvevd sialltNry onrd ee handled mo wawoy -con feln re % vcy long be3oie ou
dentiel manner. acout 1-lnl. Soon enough It h
t ye cnn lnbuts a letter don't or t*mnt.ent at at doesn't appe..athe acout i. o0 eno w I h'
Sesat cmy. Lteurs ore published Mn tae ordtc received. h*ir day. ath earlier Amorea .u
Plasse 'ry to keep the letter limited to nse. psoe length. l/? Bad'.Catae n has old-
Identfy tf Iter writers is hold in strictest cont.an e. .asi oned pride do ,
This newspaper .rnesme noe .lpeos)ii.t fte dstinents es opinions gocd job. itr giving A cu7m-
exrre,:'-- n le if'. frm re ears es ers ),:;b0 service, in putting
- out a lull day's work and
~HERm ARE THESE EMPT HOUSES? .e. He belongs to the era
ARE THESE EM v HOUSES? hen, asl;l in a craft was m-
SiporoLan, 'when most men If,:d
r oy in personal masleqv rA wl"
I; e rezd letters written to you about all problems except one thiri laks.
that is the housRg problem. Tho ars o hea
iit's trqe nowadays too rnmat:y o
They say there i s housing problem here. But is that really u play little games called Get- '
so, We happen to hale been in tne Air Force for 13 years, and tlin Through the Day or Just
:or some reason were sent to the Canal Zone... heaven knows, Getting By -
The old pride of achievement .
whry. is hard to find. A common
My husband doesn't have the job now he had in the States, slogan seems to be More Money
nor anything like it. We took a cut in pay, and we have a large for Less Work.
family to support. We left a nice house in the States, not ours, But t er's mhor to this
mind you. But at least we could rent one. a He does lt do any ofw these
Now here is what gets me. We have vacation quarters, and things In a showy way. His
glad to g a3, them. But all around us are vacant housing, just place isn't plastered with boast-
.tcnding idle, ald has been ever since we have been here. Now ul1 placards dwelling-on the
we asked for dhe of these houses,. ad were told that Panama Ca- high-qualit) service.
a employes only had the. rights tolthem. The man himself simply trots
Sm o about, quiet but irienoly and
Well, why is it that the Air Force, Army and Navy are here smiling, doing a dozen extra
no'w if not being a part of the Bone? And why is it that these little chores for you without
houses are standing Idle when they could be having families that comment.
need them-so bae1V Sometimes you don't discover
tee them soill you're back In sour garage
So we're told that thei."vould cost us service families that he's tightened this or that. -.-
'twice as )nclh- as civilian. Al righr. Look at the rent in Pan- removed that old stain from
,amr. E,cn double rnt in these housing areas wouldn't equal your fender.
tri. y .alkng around w
Why not let families have the homes, you folks don't need or others. you may learn that St
.wrnt tnot sure which,. ''hiis, Moving every two or three weeks this busy bo got a Slher Star
,o3a't help a GIs- pay one bit. And it is not good for school chil- from the Army in Wonto d War m-
'drn to be in and out of school so often. i3 r la hoping oy Ua im- :
ing truck and tossing of/sonme P..foldw
S. One GI Wife precious material. B0t you-*'ll- .,.
",- One lWife peonever get the story from him.- : '
r a w WASHINGTON,- (NrA) After nearly, 1 a repot. Hi ires lreda .to mtn i*n t
SAfter a while you sense tha iiimnths oa preparation, UtheDeptmesoentof s et valuMttI t.
ACAIN; BAlKS T NKS all thee trails are wove.1 i1to 1tw regula.nsa on secu-e ? Uor gip1 hiat LoCtriu Whht rht
C.ANI1N BANKS TJHNKS a tight labric of character. You finally beena suaiid..ghida unplre adid pNowera .w
Balboa Heights realize that here, above all. is to R. W. Scott McLeod, the Department' new rd-" a w "
r, a man to be trusted, to count ministrator..of the Buiratu o SOeurity. Cownulpf T*e" .-l1
upon. Aftalrs and PwOarEwlC-C-A... r
I would like to express my appreciation through your column He doesn't cheat you, he With two exce~tPOa yieziloye .of the Do- r .
to a Panamanian Police Officer. the owner of a dima-tore across doesn't vercharge you, he paitment niMt haret fer .be suBlected'tO a ifubll te
from the Panam a Railroad staton in Panama and the Balboa doesn't try to sell you something felinvestigation by the FBD or the CiV1 Seviet. ola
Police StatUon. yu don't need, he doesn't press Co rnmlslo. *.ona ae.. rer diem or tent- AB q TB
Po"e .ation.: .,f. ft hat dollar. T e exceponarer or te e cit
mo tn I d Jaweo't let you pay until f r y ye or ea o
j ..sa ilinished. And when nl Sta ex di by Civ
.J that yqu..do need e'ti ..s ,
isp done to your pari y er tte'tsl. hin elu eo"
n# lhbr r. can believe him. finds this exemption necessary in the nattS l 0l"u1L
(the tinke t trekee ,H's ot afami bli t
shwedhm w HeitUrnel me over tb anam e-spets alothaer he's got Tht security standards for tate Dpmtmar
nin Policp crwho hcW called the Balboa Potce giving a car and theyeke -t about to emplJyes ar'th s set tott, by _Present 3 a t X or
thnm ml tl nulber. wo move into a new house. howe: in h ExseeutlT- 0 r N4. 10450. Ieu ta t e
them my arr nuae numbe_. o Ih
In less time than if takes to drink a small beer ivy senior In his politicalthinking, he April 27, 1958.
ewher and his charmlne daughter collected me from the side- seems to shade'toward the.con- But the State Departmauet'gnew se rity rO theI ea A an
wafkr of Central Avenue where the kind Panamanian Police Of- ?servative side. Pretty average latlods specify that ensplWyment tha1 not be -1o 'Bt1 t r
fler was keoeentr watch over e m in all these respect. cited by the mere catalogue of carmes lsted ee Ti
*kr pa c~n ac rrm.But there nothinp averae te t President's order. by counsel.
S. u "Duchess".D. T. 874 about him as a total human bi An act of Congress dated Aug. 26, 190, -W f I of hb have the
Sin ln the Scretary of State absolute pnowr tp a1 ort Of he.
p get a lot of highb-flown spend or to dis le ig emloys wheni ll be
tal from public figures who Msar in the intAtX t U.t. t1 fai ,"
ha appointed themselves su- The secretary. yl Wl l power iow te
e Judges of what makes a iaborinate., a t h gkbb to Undergo- mae
e American. Mostly they're etary for Adnl istratlon Donald Ygrie, iVn a trapsr t
lop ng in the mirror. Wihat happens when deroatorg y i ro i
rget them. Get In the car eived about any Stat .DepaA drt.'m.'plo s
(EuRAL and drive down the street look- =ar the new loyalty- and Ae4ai"ay 0111 1e b hearing board
SNRALin. for this gas station fellow. under President Elaelbower's drd 10400. 7a4 t( b th
tAYhort, stoc y. bald e hi sthe hear of the new Manu ar w* O d I
A YtiOn ,-A T ul ,- ". i t's e a sie r t oAl tion : n. ; 1
r eCIRC T rdt eI.tii .m from the way heI- A ftreview of lvestlgafive r o State or his
qrsnts: S a Y u ured him. you'll W eIsl 0oi
a f ainst a good Amer- p a
,ellm fo sr. be tIa a & a
-At, "' 'lu Lll~;~L I SLYOU
ENTRAL Ltet Day of Exhibition!
JOHN PAYNE DONNA REED, in
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plae 4h m1et2 0 p is the'l In
O T-the LM bullding on the left on
Curdund a directly oppos re
the VYF.W. aback.
Prior tothe meeting mmbmben
Ward 4' at Gorgas Hospital at
7:45 sharp to serenade members
Herb Munl1t, who is ill In that
After e rpalogiain to the rest
cera sa of the C t6a of the hospital,
k members will adjourn to the
meeting ]pace and get in some
more WorX on songs for a forth-
-Z "An Item of business will be
TIVOLI THEATRE E- rtASE PICTURES! the drawin~f songs to be sung
-. by the varmus Quartets in the
show. Present plan call for six
Teresa Wright i Va.ll quartet to sing two songs each
MacDonald Carey, In' Amede "Namarl. In and for. the chorus to sing nine
'"Every Minute ou "P ERDITION" numbe.
imso: 4 TECHNICO O. Phte. Mieey KMise
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l J terem Ca three spades and North's aut
aght t yto.AQ
ladead to te. ce 4 t North had only
Bro nll Jr ir told Mr.em- a
o poe- so J 1 Sout h had been
"lgw reset t for totu adat-on.-- as accurao e In tne play as he
ea ttlen ht wa enterprIing n toe bie.
embeBrse nhee only one Istae blt
West oy pened t
^s ^tInde" a0mo.ndse man o ut hs n0 tiunh
C r 1 .w it h t h e r is a g -f. '..o w. n d wa li t P a s s
(UaPi A entrants. Opening lead- J
Alone norwro lSouth made a fine decisid
he a lo. when he umped to dummys ars
rat An aSsddtio wt- In tad reay'ursend. W a t's btd o
'a er o Ca wn three spades and North's er luror
efl"l to double 'or penalt este u toea
from lowr&ie ."clear that North had only limit-
SPred trengtd fin spades. Hence
niyAr battle Atr i' a s there w. as every reason to e ee
be all rO d to train t to the e pect that North would have
members of her d substantial strength in eltas toU.e
Sshe was th oy w dhe lm akend rtu r his so-trum
KItralinig, on the phot. opening bid.
oA etarp a Dorm at e t.. C Tmhere would have been no
has been Iqokearatezk -elatel_ i story to tell if South had been
hligeeni Vorf r to th as anccura e inm n the play he
aSOl^ M 0 t43e Medcan boM, Serth out could not ru outth
years -te men hwas enterprising in tAe bi ding
of b~2T H! , e madcl e only one tma, badt
i th twh e~n'~t was W gd enough to do him In.
great opened the Jack of dia
S* InoPnds, and South *on in his
S own hand with theme ace. He led
Slow trump to dummy'n one
own hand, a serious error.
sS ii South's next step was to lead
Stamoeeid y u t e acel of club and finesse dummy's
tO cope with te problem" aeven. d asub t won with the queen.
rak 0 the OWN ~ lby*ficet tol cope e it the at lub and returned his last
her d8 red of Meticans Problem, e oa tr um.
th e W O W .t vin n utu t could d h
a the nly- wm In a tha w conseumnt- hand and would svll'haneuve two
e e oobkt. y, be v eahlfal e the U.b l. onmps In dummy to tah e d care
a troop train th them- gube with only one trump and
At nuawith t sat sin he" uder a tl w. at be-rld was could u;ot make his slam con-
A lhee; .;. cu onet -more by ru tn,
ben 9O the resove COtBunday. manpower and 'fiellities avail- South made bis mistake when
We- wea 1u 6 iL able," townell id. he drew a second round of
~MMjscnA 00 a awns ery- trumps. Alter drawing one
Ao-'dab. bu .tak)t.Asr. tr INN under e1s et- reon- grump, he-should have cashed
wh4tese bar aid, "thy instican't the ace of clubs and surrender-
Th71 Vetry -So od -to be-- cope with 06e problem" ed a club'to the enemy.
i Ifift. W spe, ere e tenw Op V IfIt et, 'returned a trump,
tri P rthAfricaand Ddif av ing 'ti could win in his own
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of further enrichment.
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reason for this
and value: all T 'wLE
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TR PANAMA AuMIBICAP e. AN DMWW S0Sh IW9 '.W-
U by Easkine Johnson jM1
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hol-I Big and little stars are in for a
lywood and GrapeVine) Kirk surprise when producers sta, t
Douglas. who wouldn't give up demanding actors accept a mmin-
line of dialog even if it happen- imum salary for rehearsals for em'
ed to be in Chinese, stars in both big-screen pictures and a regu- ____ __
the English and French versions lar salary only for actual pro-
of "Act of Love." duction. The Le' iathan screen When you hear a compllmen-
techniques are closer to the stage tary remark about a friend or
Says Robert Strauss, wno than the D. W. Griffith art, and acquaintance, file It away in Da'r lr He ~_c
played his GI sidekick in the pic- require weeks of pre-rehearsal. your mind and when you get tl'e Stomacb spoil your d y el3CZ.B AND 81W r
ture: "The guy speaks fluent --opportunity tell it to the person and senle your dlcomf-
French-not the postcard kind. Dick Powell, who's a full-concerned. There's somnethihg Alka-Selier! Pleme .iI...
He even amazed the French." fledged producer at RKO, has no mighty gratifying in hearing faNf-.cmas Coamn i a vlau **
on-paper contract with Howard through a third person that.
Maria Blanchard lost the plum Hughes. It's a handshake deal someone is going around saying -.-- I
role opposite Alan Ladd in "Sas- between the two men.... Demse nice things about you.
katehewan" Shelley Winters Darcel and Zsa Zsa Gabor aren't ...
grabbed it because of her even nodding. Miss Double-Z And hearing a compliment- .. .
height.... Fox cancelled "Water- grabbed a role Denise had stak- that way is jus* as gratifying to
front," the true yarn about wa- ed out for herself. others.
terfront s rikes and labor fights,
but Elia Kazan will go ahead GOOD FOR ANYTHING
with the project for United Ar- SBn NR
twists. Benny Rubin pn take a bo CO I V WS WONDERFUL VAfATInM
as the most versatile actor of tte WONDERFUL VA
The name of Italian beauty week. In six days of movie bit AWAIT YOU IN -
unna niolobrigida may be down role emoting he played Vn
on paper as 'the logical fholie I
for "Helen of Troy." but the face I
of a former New York model Is
down on the new wide-;reeel I
Warner film as the dar horse in i
the race for the big role.
Joan Tyler's the gorgeous cutie
who has been tested in Warner
SuperScoue that's still "o secret
phe wasn't even allowed to see
t-o re-lts. Joan was lucked by
a movietown agent off a TV Im-
pre-she was the doll Lanny i
Poss ssanr to on his home screen
hbow-ond after a year of dra-
rn"tic trlningf stardust is about
to be sprinkled in her hair.
Tohn Grifford Fox's new anl-
e--iter in "Hell Pnd High W:a-
to"" and his wife. Marguerite.
~ wondering a divorce. She's in
ehe- last year at a mid-west med-
"'THE LADY SAID NO
Erich Maria Remarque wanted
to dedicate his new novel, first
'-"ove story he's written since
*Arch of Triumph," to Paulette
Goddard. But the lady said "No"'
..The Frank Orlffin who land-
ed a top role in RKO's "T.:e
Glacier Story" is Debra Paget's
U-I film editors have done a
S maior urunin: lob on "Brady's
SBunch." to eliminate scenes it
which Suzifn Ball liminm oo no-
ticeahlv. The beauty's knee tfu
S nored during making of the film
mad now w aqIm fear r lr
Inax Ai. k .amputated. to,
Sfilm tribute to ti TV
S honoredd the movie neer n-
f w ears back with
Long play. Now Hollywood'sa
to make a filmbiographv of Lee
De Forrest. who invented televl-
Help Your Pile
Don't lfunr from painful., it
Piles another hour without trt
Chinariod. Upon application China.
sartst curbing Pile miserlia 3 ways L
ae pan and itbhing. 2 Help@ ri1k
mor*, wollmn timass 3. Help. nture
heal Irritated membrane. and ailsay Pl1
Nrvousneas. Ask your DrufglmL af
Egyptian, a Broadway producer, I. .. vrl acou
a clown, a drunk and Pn Arab Board Meetang
Ann 'Sheridan keeps, tugging at The Canal Zone Girl Scout
her fingers and cracking her Board will hold its regular meet-
knuckles, but qo far she can'tmig t tomorrow at 9:30 a.m. in te
sell her-big Hollywood mansicl Jewish Welfare Center, Balboa.
at the price she' a pq'i-.fA ln",i. .
lv spot she selected in the valley tune and I've made mine. Bogey,
for her dream house now faces with a smaller share, has made
a housing project. $500,000.
Producer Ram Roie el, who will
have to make over a million t, A bus tour of movie stars'
go on the profit side of the led"- ;tomes is the plot gimmick in
er with "Melba." Is denwrng fhei"-The Bieamist." Ida Lupino and
printed report thpt 'Ipth-r;ne Eddie O'Brien are the tourists
Hepburn bought in his. John who rubber-neck it as a guide
Huston's or Htrmphrer' Pnai~ts points out the mansions of Joan
interest In the celluloid cdi Crawford and other stars....
mine, "The African Queen." Gerard Philippe, the French sen-
sation of "Fan-Fan the Tull',"
"Everybody held on to hisiturned down another Hollywood
*hare of the picture," he say. bid. His ill health dictates long
"John Hus.on has made a for- periods of rest between pictures.
The Pacific Slum Navioation manyy
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SOF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COCOMBIA. ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
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- TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. KINGSTON,
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ro UNITED' pM.I nIREC.~.
M.V. "SAMANCO" ...... L . . A A
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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FORD CO. INC. IPANAMA-Ave Peu i #35, Oel .- a,, :
C BALBPA-Termnn Bldg.. Tel. 2-1905
ts, n. Am s
Califerni ho a*very.
dtiu famous Meorts'
timA, T on& AA's
Ipxurlous ConstI le.
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Panama: L Stree No.5, Tel. 2.0670
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0 Air Mail and Air Parcel Peal
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in ~~l 1
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'bIr e .
!M.oua & I
ballroom vwa comorta n
d wI'ti the mmniiut and
musts who parmolpated
4,-Ahr ,,t! i
Until he 79
Sthe effects of
went refund medli
to OhS V ef Coco Ing that falt
1Sol, him through,
The. music for Atie dance was But aes n*
iulrnll by Witerd Adamu' death, fmi
'.--- tal where i
in ir O ..of serum. 0
gh5 Lm O" u enough to sal
.The ,I-r i -.A nMbl. No. adminlol td
. B or ,teng' waas in talr
,d aed ci Canada. 27
SiSfg WflY tr. maker, vs 1
-- A. .... I an. Sunday ntght
frooi ly had Woodside bib
bIen r i'to semi- his wife
'Sd SFri- the eervt
Sin the totingOet ol
t Ba:lbboa. of B to 1
em .of i ably and serpent rite.
Vl'a Imntemdin the he Tbilet,
1td Anal e : riodic demo
Anf Aede was Southern
eel the A bly as accompantl
ts based on
aGre the that falth.
meeoie et hall serpent or-
bv bara and her Mrs. Lur
.omplntt. tim's wife,
The- nelt meetthg will be "my. fsith
held WedMnday,.' August 6th. qhe will hold
--._.. .. ._ ice Wednesdl
seized the ra
MITM itt rl Says d. she sd:d
,s ,,,-s u ,. snake left..
said he had l
MI -ou- W Bos. with out of the sn
9 0o,$f ,after but that h4i
ut. edud u
ona ro CRY
got 0i -a
QUAW too re
Iftbrralk thi~k- I
4 *; .
t I Z .l'"E 2 -M-
a! LLSAYAGE -"rXs:..f
VSYfS-InWt ewy- night Js:
A hos e w twlo t
i enthusry h~mi e0
aolln Iq i
rpmax aju4t to, WO
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Nomination and election of
officers for the 1953-64 term ot
the Balboa chapter, Local 900,
OCEOC-CIO, will be held to-
night at 7:30 In the Pacific Club-
E election of delegate to repre-
sent the chapter at the third an-
nual meeting of the local and
nomination of candidates for
local union offices will also be
S carried out.
b a dan- All employes of the Panama
,A i es Canal Co. and government and
te. PoW- the US. Armed Services, w.in
up at tie are members of the organization
S and in good financial standing
up to and including the current
Wirood's month, will be eligible for nom-
U ]e mot nation and election as chapter
a a man and local officers.
axl ex t- Members eligible for partlcipn-
is Mteh- tion In the elections, will be re-
quired to present their latest
I dues card.
THE TM EAE GUILD
A Delightful Comedy
By RUTH GORDON
TUBSDAY, AUG. 18 at The Theatre Guild Worksho
Through (Next to The Ancon Laundry)
SATURDAY, AUG. 22
Curtain at 8 p.m. Tickets: $1.00
Tickets available at DAGMAR Tivoli Ave.
May be reserved by Phoning (Balboa) 2-3481
at the Box Office for each perforbnance.
iealunh1y:f jewe/iy l/alues -7or
DRAMA or VIOL*
In Technicolor I
IFoP ACLD.TS OfttII
WABOO ; msP.l
s"Ivory i Ia
., BOew.,. OTS"'
Shows: 3:n 4:46 6:M 9 p.m
r"- "'"- rice: .60 O
Shews: 7:H 5:15 p.m.
JUr FOR TODAY!
Fun! LaughbtI Beautiful Song
and GCrlf.. delclous pictures
;,f TOLIO VICTORIA
BANK NIGHT! eche Barbs. In
Randolph- Scott. In "CUANDO LOS
"Walking Hills" lJOS ECAN"-
nd Larry Parks. In
Tin Tin. In
AGAINST "CHUCHO. EL
in Technicolorl REMENDADO"
*. 0 F !C
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IOU HAVEN'T SR TE M 3-0
.. TIL YOU'VE SEE TE FINEST!
This is the 3-D picture that was
worth waiting fort
,Among three-dimnaiemal pictures
SSangaree" stak at the
achievement of' studio that
unhurriedly dth te massed
ttalents and skldlq all its per-
aonnel, detramaistL create the
very finet. And Sangaree"
Ianydime to alive this
Wlu besbwt-se by Fx
e 06Iou action that taolikniM
ems. am b ,mat t atly wed
now thbet in 3-D its Imt= 9 o
I ,-: --. ** '*
-- .>cJ ..,f..,
12 Large Packages
of FAB laundry
You're already Ia-
milir with Maytag's
excllest reputation .
You know that here
m a washer yon cam
depend on for ya s
ad years of Ith-
SPECIAL DISCOUh TO CANAL ZONE
AuTos OMPHROY, S
sL a AresomenAa ASbth StreS Tl.J
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I PAGE SIX
You Sell'em... When You Tell'em thru P.A, CIs
Leave our Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Stre et Pxifmunj -
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and
Fourth of Juiv Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Via Espaia No. 34 PanamA. R. P.
(Bella Vitet TheLru BlM.)
Agenda Internacional de Publicaciones
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199
CARLTON DRUO STORE
10,059 Mel6nde Ave.-Phone 255. Cl6an
PROPAGANDA, S. A.
"H" Street cone r Ustudlante Bt.
Phones 2-2214. ad 2-2798
Minditum for I Wri -.
Jc. each additional.wlti
.. .. A ; ,.
FOR SALE FOR SALE
FOR SALE -HouEehold lurn,.rre ir. FOR SALE --50 Oldsmob.le 6, Hy-
g.od conar.t.n Phone i domat.c. rodo. custom seat cov-
.-o -----~.rI or, excellent buy $1,075 00
\%,Il sell a'.-.ro.e. burnere. lev. -i3-A D.oblo Hgts 2-3429.
m r,r.hH in' use like new Callz -
No Apr OR S ALE-- 19'3 Pont.ac 8 Cylinder
..- .C ih.efio.n 4 Door. De Luxe, radio,
FOR SALE --ef..gerTor Ci.:.'l, ; h rer V'--At Ires. 5.000 miles.
.u tr. Ir, ern good u".r ..nq con- Ne Je..e, rao paid 1541-A
d.lcr 1l;, C00 A. .lJu ATr o ng., street, Balboa, C. Z. 5 ro
emeno 57, ,c-:,ner j-.4h iD "
FOR SALE --QM ,..,,ru Doubl FC:-'IOR ALE-- I746 Oldsmobile Tudor-
bed $20.00: 2 dre.ier .t. .1' eo Hadrnrnmali. Excellent engine, body
dinina table $9 00. buft I n1 n h plu accessories. Prce
k.rchen icbie .-rnd 2 rho' 5 0. 5 -_ ii-' down and finance
25 cycle Frig.daoie -Ti' C0 0 al term: Ccr.a,:l H Jury. 2137-B.
Balboa 423 ___ Curundu. Phone 83-5271.
FOR SALE-- 'ouiTh bed .,t-hour ml- FOR SALE -- 1946 Ford convertible
tress. Hou,e '1--A C urundu. [ r i Irl, er. 2-1360. Balboa
FORSALELNew rdi arir half-
FOR SALE --Ne- rc.lreral.6r, holFOR SALE -19419 Buick Roadmaster
orgnal price Arnco r Ax- Nco. b61 .oriernble-equipped with water
Apr. 7. burner. 13 I OIj mile-. car in ex-
FO-R !ALE Mc.dern .cfa w.,:.ghi' .-elle.-i crn .t.on and .ll stand
,FRn leg .Fal',r, ChCi:e lounge r.gd inr peclic.n. may be seen by
dn,,;. L:u., \- chji I ,, rn end copPalnn'ent. Call Balboa 2923
irble. flor Il0 o Ic,1d..h ol' M ead .
,ctrolo .licher, cabt.nirI doub FOR SALE.-19-18 Pontiac Stream-
bed, Mii. 44h St Nao -2 AT Jir.r 6 Radio. Hydramatic. Ex-,
-. _-____ cellinl :orndlion. Very good tires.
FC' 7SALE --Kernmre r-as ,g -,o- i .0 Call Balboa 2-1505. Houie
S.r,,e ; clcle E .:neile.i ~n.d '-l .-I Ca.l.jri Rd
I r, Ca No', Poe.t.: /A..,r 4 door sedan 2600 miles,
FpCi SAL. --D.uble bed -pr ng o'-'d -:olr green over cream $1.90000.
in'lmu.r .6g -,atrii "0 T. 1E, 0,) don payment, new car
SCrib, nt..oi.r ..pr.ng nr riiC : 2.'. g.iaronee House 0779-J. W.I-
00. ,Mit be !.:.ld Neare:i offer Ihamon Place telephone 2-1503
accepted i :..ght :313 Cob e FOR LE -Leaving 1950 Pontiac
Heights. A r.,c..r __an Coupe. Balboa Clubhouse,
FOR SALE -_ellng .nexper.:..e rur.- Barber Shop
S nature, cottee table desk loble. FOR SALE --1949 Chevrolet Con-
Cupboard porch choar baker ertble. Excellent condition, ro-
4S lomps Afte 5S call 3-5510 do. new rtc, ties good Call Feo-
O FOR ALE -Modern Ma.d apartments I. 85-2205. or 85-2243. No 995
S tc.ve. lnrinatiolnal Ha ve.ier RE -
fr.geroror 7 cu ft bed complete I Po n Offered
oll n pxcllel coli,.-r, Hiu:c Positionr
i F T rNTED -Sales agents for club
FOR SALE CR T' D. --RCA rrd-o
p Cnhcn'.lph C .r.olD 2 CC. Apply th Our ,dentilcation cord.
S pnc ph rl.ole C ICrnet Good opportunity for
1-4 HP renI,.eato rmron ,fnterestedd persons Parisien Furn,.
S Phole. '5 : Irn'.g "re's and 2Ipe n rure No 165 Central Avenue
Phone 2-~;.41. An :'-
S FOR SALE Help Wanted
R'aI E ale WANTED Cook laundress for
FOR SALE.- Property, 2 -i, mte : Americon family. Sleep out. Refer-
of land w.in house. NoQ .J1Be4s... m"c, Call Panama 3-3416.
No 4120 Vi.aCori*ob, u.blQ .
RuevJ ErquG'smrne htu e.
S Ernquw a'ome WANTED
FO SALE Miscellaneous
S oal & IolOrs___ WANTED -Vacation Quarters. 1st
R FOR SALE 27' -'oi- E-:.iir,' of Sept thru 10 Nov. 5083-A.
c; condiron icrl.: i:l., rncqiig 2-1 D,,b'o Hcjs 2-3429.
S H. P. G-c. M.A,,A,e ,.g,, Ju WANTED -Vacotion Quarters From
- oierhaulecl Fricd I.r Q k. Sept. on. Call Navy 3429. Cocol,
May be .ten or P MP. Bt Club Ors No.2396-B
call P. M j;43' alter p D m. __, No. 396-B.
__ .-. -- IWANTED -2 bed-room apartment
L EIS S O N S unfurn.rhed or smdll house. Will
tal P good care.of property. Tel. 3-
SSPANISH CLASSES tcr Amer..:an :tu- 288
c n r belr.nref r ar- 4 .,avancrd. rl
'tOrt on the 24Th F.'r iricLrmanir o
caU 3-532:/. Par,-,n'-
MISCELLANEOUS .. RES(
Do rm. #A. ,goia,,
We Almek .m C. I
2021 -- Amem. L. z1
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue 'K" street, corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Try your luck!
with our merchandise club
ALMACEN LA PARISIEN
Central Avenue 113
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA
PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85
round trip $135 (15 day limits
1165. good one year; to L O S
ANGELES one way, $159.25 round
trip $268 64 190 day Ilmitl. Pan-
ama Dispa'ch Service. 36 Avenido
Nacional (Automobile Rowl. Tel
FOR SALE: Second*hand Singer
sewing machine, in good tondiion.
W80 00 Cuba Avenue No. 67. Up-
stairs. Telephone 3-5443.
FOR SALE--Piano Winter Spinet."
$350.00. Radio-phonograph, ou-
tomatic record changer. Phone Cu-
rundu 83-1293. House 659 "B"
FOR SALE. Upright piano, good
condition. $175.00, Wheory ward-
robe trunk ,3000; 60 cycle hunt-
er 16" electric fan,, nearly new
45 00. 768-C Bornabey, Balboa
4250, ofrer 4.30 p. m.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in public.
will be received until 10:30 A. M.,
August 25. 1953, in the office of
Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
boa. for office soaes, doors, type-
writer parts. glass. unbleached wick-
ing. hardware, water coolers. belting
and pump parts, brushes, carburetors
and magnetos and ports, flags and
pennants, watt-hour meters, trans-
formers, electrical supplies electric
matcr ports, welding supplies and
parts, part; for Chevrolet, Ford and
Autocar vehicles. parts for load pack-
er, and oails and accessories for
motor vehicles located in the "300"
Area. Balboa Invitation No. 4 may
be obtained from the above source.
or from office of Superintendent of
Sto -houses, Balboa, tel I hone 2-
FOR' SALE--Amateur Radio
cbnplete, for 25 or 60
Call Balboa 3167.
SKINDIVING EQUIPMENT, Arbolete
Speorgun almost new, $20. Call
Panama 3-0776 after 6.
FOR SALE -50 steel barrels $ 50
each F O.B. Balboa, The Texas
Compoan IPonamo, Inc. Tel. 2-
OR SALE -1.500 W Kohler outo-
mat.c electric generator in excel-
lent condition $30000 The
Texas Company IPanamal Inc
-,,. ----- .... ~en a- m an
h (Conitned from Page 1) Se. Byrd adamant
Ike Mothllalls Iran as long as his arch foo, In OppoIon
Mossadeh, was In power II Opposion
i "The traitor Shah wll' never
W( lorado Vacation return," Fatemi told a crowd of To D i i
demonstrators.0 Deb Limi Hike
Some Iranian sources said the
For Two Busy Days Shah's fght an ountedt a -eWASHINGTON. Ag. 18 (-UP)
DENVER, Aug. 18 (UP) -Pres- formal resignation. en. Harr F. Byrd (D-Vi
18r said today t sif s ongress inr-
senat Rlsenhoder put his vae 1, Whether he abdicates or not. e the oe ,th ll
tlon in temporary mothballs to-.Abe Mocsaael.. government wascr -amesthent ionaldebtlimit,,, -
day to fly to New York for talks expected here to proclaim him es
with state politicians and ene-' out for good. lrsted, the nation will gondisl
mies of discrimination In the The demonstrating moos here ter."ecce o nanc
federal government and to dedi -draeRed down statues of the He indicated i.n a
cate a 832.000.000 housing pro-' Shah and his late father, leiac- Hen aed In a eopyrted
ect dear to his heart ed them. and chained them be- inttervew with the weekly mi g-.
The chief executive. afr a hind truek- to be dragged a "ine .1. News and World Re-
dav in his summer White House through the streets. One hand po he will continue to fight t
offices at Lowry A-i Fo-ce Base broke into the father's tomb, amnistration request even gt
her and possibly a round of golf. smashing ano bpfouling tne in- Mr. E.enhower calls ongres
was scheduled to take off at 10;terior back Into special session this fall
p.m for an overnight flight to' Picture- or the young Shah to act on it.
New York City. land Queen Sorava were nilllid Shortly before Congress ad-
He scheduled a full morning of ioon nrrom government blild- iourned. Mr. Eisenhower asked
conferences for t o m o :* r o w. a Inps nmo e hoiies and oinotog- that the debt limit be increased
lunch with Secrrtar" of Labor rapher' shop., from $275,000,000,000 to $290,-
Martin P. Durkin. and a late Leaders of the Commotti.t 000.000.000.
afternoon flight back to Denver Tudeh par.v seized the occa- The debt is now only about
Once the Chief Execulve and: sion to plaster walls wi' $2,000000,000 under the existing
his staff recuperate from their "Yankee Go Home" signt and eeilnt and the administration
whirlwind Eastern visit, tthey other threats against Imeri- naredIt ht fnd itself leal-
were expected to head for the' cns, whom they accused f unable to borrow eal the money
mountains west of Denver and needed to meet the govern-
seva days of trout fishing and I against Moswade Sh aa ment's bills this fall.
lapjack cooking at the Fraser.ai The House approved the re-
Colo.. ranch of an old Elsenhow- The premier and his bench- quest, but the Senate Finance
er friend, Ansel Nielsen. men discussed what to do with Committee voted 11 to 4 to shelve
. othe wealth the Shah left behind. it.
AA r'Uuw -" uHis estates and properties were Senate Republican leader WIl-
( d n Ia r expected to be confiscated soon ,liam F. Knokland later an-
SWhen the royal couple 11-w nounced that President Elsen.
f hl m T uonki into exile. thev took only such hower will Wait until September
clothineg nd personal efr'eth as tox collections come in before
Sthev could pack into the plane deciding whether to summon
U,=a lolhbkallHn carrying them to Baghdad.' Congress back- into special ses-
Fie Mothbal.ng Still at large was Gen Fazl,1l- The administra to n als9
The monthly meeting if the,flph Zaherli. accused of mast-r- launched a new economy drive
Balboa Chapter Women's Auxil-,rwlndlne the coup and of plan- in an effort to hold spending
iary. Local 900 C.I.O. will be ninw to succeed Mossadegh as within the ceiling.
held tonight at the union's 01- premier.
Ike commencing at 7:30. The government issued a to--
On the agenda for this evening mel demand that he surrender
h the discussion on a reslutlon. to explain his part In tnhe t-
pssed at the last meetlng prc- tempted revolt Teheran radio
testtg the closing of the La DB- said frontier posts and customs
ca dispensary. After the business stattonk had been alerted to pre-
tbat vf the meeting a cultural vent him ftom following the
hour will follow. Shah out of the country.
Slim Fat Away
I =ILAee i our -gjre or make
etlsert if rHth ar.t, endagrle,
whol.aiW. e I fi nd It eA
M e l Jfpudada' rwth tr.
ew iMl1YeeN method ealler.
l3IOOm ..PO iltio dietlng or
merlw.ci fin. Ask your
.fi w to t lgA5 f .
Garrar erdReod Changer
25 and 60 cycles Pay
only I4950 complete with
Mueblet CASA SPARTON
TRUNK & BAG MFG.
PEUlip. Oceanside cottogs.
Clara. Box 435, Balboa. (
Panama 3.1877, Crist. o
Houses on beach, Santo Clapl
in COOL Campona rqoc
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balbop'.
or see caretaker there.
Foster's Cdttoges. One rat
Santo Clara. Please brpis
linens. Phone Balboa 2-1~6
Gramlich Santa Cloaru o-ll
tags. Electric Iceboxr g ti
moderate rates. TelIpiW.lJnl
Gambas; 4-567. Pedro MIt
Williams' Santa Clara Beach coftU.
2 bedrooms, refrigerator,. R t
ranges. Balboa 2-3050, lt
FOR RENT: Modern thelet. two
bedrooms. maid's room. Via Espa-
ra No. 2024, Miguel HivY, phone
FOR RENT -Well 'furnished apart;-
ment in Bello Vista: livingroom
diningroom, 2 bedlnms, bathrooms
mind's rbom and bath. Telephone
3-3-107. from.2:00 p. m.
FOR RE ;( rnished apartment
one 'bedroom, livingroom, dining-
room, etc. Residential sector. Rea-
dy for occupancy the 25th of this
month. Tel. 3-0529.
FOR RENT:-Furnished two bedroom
apartment, near Bella Vista Thea-
ter for two couples. Call 3-1596.
FOR RENT: Nice two bedroom
Apt. unfurnished. Son Francisct
$7500. Call 3-1618.
FOR RENT:-Furnished cool front
rooms wth or without nmels to
gentlemen. Justo Aroserina Ave
No. 57. Corner 34th St.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished cool
roa"n, Conejo,r mels available
Coat 131789" or 2-1693 office
AEC Chakan S*s
Rusia Has H-Bomb
DAYTON, Aug..18 (UP).-Chair-
man W. Sterlng Cole (R., N. Y.)
of the congressional atomic en-
ergy dommitLee said today the
United States should plan its
defense on the assumption that
Russia has been successfull mn
developing an H-bomb."
"To assume otherwise would
be foolhardy," he mid in a copy-
righted interview with the weeg-
ly magazine U. 8, World Report.
Cole added however, that so far
as ke Lmp iw the United States
has no confirmation of. soviet
Premler eori,Malenkov's boast
thatRUlia 'has broken the US.
monopoly I the hydrogen saur
Hie said ls committee woul
have to be intformed If the gev
ernqlent m, i any confrmaL
tio f W 'et 's Wov .-alm -an
Itt h n s'Ipjntormid
of this ly secret dtec
tlon to Msegter w
Re uafd Jg'Ilum claim that
the instrumlpts can tell whether
a distant ptloI was of a
ordinary A- r the pi
cular tymb used to
Ot88he1 ba mid
previous y t f tat s
not deteted of atomic
explosiont1 .., ie 11.:
centive to 'out
would I n
Grant s .., left'
Another Novey NewI
.:.a Champ Insect Bulb
ba. I lMt. 2
An electric llRht bulb that
kills insects for a few
For Use In Homes. Offices.
Stores. Factories, .'otls,
GEO. F. NOVEY, NC.
(Whe puaf ts b. M p ol ).
279 Cenrtal Ave. ToL -341M
"Learn Ballroom. Danci
Rumba. iSlmba. iMamb
Tanro. Foxtrot. JWalbt
"STUDIO MABOA .r"
Phones: 4401 -143*-
DEALERS tN ftEW AND
1 AutoSumdbie Row
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t' e anal G.i. o ,e o F
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Muobleria CAA A PH' .t
AMow Now A~somI .mN
Vowill belmprw"" i.-
fiu, lace.liie pli CMe
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plw ane Il owta. pAit
man in ati U. a. atill
=mrae tunr hid permt
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SIAgainst Giants Todayt
"" Dressen Floating On "Cod
As Bums Speed Toward Flag
By STEVE SNIDER
United Press ports Writer
S. "'s.. .NEW YORK, Aug.. 18 (UP) PittLbura first mjor leuS
11,- .I" Manager Chuck Dressen Is float- team eliminated- rom the ~-
A0- .wf rag on cloud eight as his Brook- nant' races, s rom d01d
."A .'. "44 "lyn Dodgers steam toward an- hold the season's r d forl
P .3,,. 3 other National League pennant. losing streaks. Its word sei i
-FURL- J800 "I never had pitching like thlOi was nine In a row.
,A4 .at Brooklyn before." said the lit-
. ...tie man who won a flag last year The St. Loeis I8aBr
toPi n... 8 30 with a rag-bag pitching staff to be the year'. ts wlo pt
,0.... .and one great reliever-Joe so far when t l
.th aM M on- "-Black. straight and a of .
.4k tQ~ Black Is a bust this year but
l a the N Dresen has ome up with a But for heer rustratih, thl
a ( ) oeompllete staff of a dosen or so Tigers are the chLmpi. D
S-) who ean start or relieve and ning on May 23. Detrit str
Mii at l .PU LIt (M, win with greater consistency gled through 15 .r ah
than any other group in the without a single
.. majors. N. Garver haltd the
l ax VICTORdeLazarin's bred four-year-old horse Goyon- Someone, usually Carl Erskine, on June II with an lht-hittel
SdeIr iao thlll at..the Juan FraiD b in last Sunday's featured $1,000 steps In and picks up the Bums over the Red Bo, the lers
s"A s A close second, and Io seen in third place far behind. Chi- whenever they start to slide into only a pair of ties to show for .
ahlllIn a ddle w vetI. brown son of -II-Hope ,ternal.a bangup ride as he a bad aumrp. Brooklyn's longest games.
Guided hnim o-lgCth pows-ti losing streak of the year Is only Dressen cal-nym~tb iel Wlit..
y ..ler gosanwty an. an..d on three ocasiona "Olskine" glorious career ng
bO 1 B U 7F J~~t has been the stopper when real Cincinnat Red in wth
'O u tnholnn- slimps threatened. straight defeat
rna OiPOt am l -LTW 5 r-' I" For his regular starters, Dress- lends of a double ler eal
** .i en has Erskine, Russ Meyer, B1i- nal day.
S. Iy Loos, Johnny Podres and
90,,-71 jli P--reacher Roe with occasional,
0 .. F1Tw*'Fmne a At Gym\soot tarts by Glen Mkens andn Playground Sports
M Y- "o4, 0 -I 12 0o L./ Clem Labine. Working the bull-
(1 aw tyI l y, gip- pene are Jim Hughes, Bob MIWlG-
1 W-ed-.' 'o '"--- [kn, Ben Wade, Erv Pallea and CIiaL GTM
4 orwin 4-2 nd qtrum. ML tgBlack.
S .. Isthmn Ightweight Champ .Maybe there's no Robin Rob- Thursday
SO m ssi Wifredo Brown of Panama ty in that group but Dressen the boy and girls f tb Clb-
-to l. .7 1C will work out at the Colon ArB- isn't worried It is more talent tobal Playground. when t
t t-, -."-1 a andlock. na at 4 p.m. tomorrow after- than he Is accustomed to and th Phlrscal Educaton and ie-
; r S. j 8~d "- whle former aIthml an worst he can look back on for creation staft treated them in
S.130-lb kingpin Young Finnegan the year are three losing streakspicnic. About 250 children at.
of Colon will travel to the PL- of four games and two of three tended and many parents of the
nly adp o citic side to do his day's train- games. Cristobal area must have had l
..........ng t the Panama Gym, alo Bookln's longest wnnlnsleeples night, takn care o
ThC WI .lg st trial-horse Kid Allen at at 4 p.m, reak is l, pale beside the 18- stomach aches..
A IA" a. sion Alrowp and Finnegan are i gazr streak of the Yankees in
MN meets Al tei their final week of preparation vav and Jule. but Chuck hasn't Tide Rmup of hilarious youan-
Iant ai6.n at 126. IUQ for their scheduled ten-round had to contend with any losing sters divol rd 88 pounds et' nt'
Uf"t"ng Pedr" against and the l .gr i r1ra t 1460-pound return battle Sunday Wions like that nineL games I. dogs. 60 do n buns. 40 b eas
U.0 b contender a scheduled four-round 118t eight, Aug. 23 at the Co a row the Yankees dropped in t ice cream, 20 pacae.of
.l" R y' pt n a4 beten MUM_ A4mn oRM Arena. late Jdaer cookles 31 cases of k.a pop
YOVMbUrooig ttten at e r120odpoundsand ll the rest of the tra-
S. an dropped a u Th res, conceded by mlngs that" go with a pnic.
.5 . leftore approving the Tea-" mouse d 1 to Brown at Dresen to be hi0 No. 1 rival.
..34~ Q t l bout ,the Comin Pthe La Mseaens bullring a have a to winning streak of This ends the regular pmr-
Sh U d to most two months ago but ix twiee ut also one lsnr gramo at the Oym sh ha .
S4, bla d his defeat on lack of skeit of seven to their disared- Swimming. Tumbl,. ras-.
... o .... .. aspleat time to tralan pep- It. ball, Battle ball, etc. hem y
to Ml due t his working Roberts a week ahead of his remains ftllowia g esup .-
y.1ir pro bad hours. This time "Clib'" hab 1952 timeta c"In which.e rack- titive ardh as
ban at 5w been granted a sffIalent ed up 28 1 has kept the ainst oter
18 by promo Ra rro" length of time off his Job to Phllis from ailng into a bad August 1 m e Tur
.lLA. Le s At Dv wMip hself into A-1 sha51 1 streak and has led hip club nament t r gie ta.
?Al u t Na s w'rohaimself ni ien streo of eight August 1S mehwr y a
go Proof that Flanaege Is at t E6 sen.
-- orm Is his performance Rob- Ad
-..' legal -Ahl..l .....dO, BMW ,, workout with Baby HAI on-trie. -.
-tr'-'r pree a leal aa last. weraLop hth n ae e ea ehthe August
!* p tag ,y .'C, Lt PaIther" planted ao se-Rme t"en-g et ak. Roberts al o nament at
(13 .h.- l II v n bd'.U.tf _I. hi famous left hooks fluna oan step in to prevent the Phil-
91 Cham '"bas'gawk. .ind' Jaw and "The Hawk's" lie dropping more than August 24, iBsketball
M .,, plt.24 n x e oveer t.a tS.l balloon. Hawkins had to be yer. bal.
At the time Teals, signed ak no a abstituted in lat sunday
Se th. ~.m was i, n ing l -..h.d. i d. night's shedod semifinal with
.12.000 0 1 21,e ea and of padurin Meanwhile. Brown's handlers
tay(4-3) 0 bsodLh'1 5 ih rt on ales the match Alsno claim that Wilfredo Is al--
S1Sd thrn o.FOOT IrcH CAUSE CUllED i
mLan(1-2).Anadlai the losmu're ot. ready fit and "mrarin' to go"
Cn r .i ndio l, th# .IA~t' thee right now. Brown's manager-
-- program. ereorboles' of't'C eMu4 ito coTO trainer Tomas "Solo" RoyaL
m anet schde s ruledT fth hi4 wt"h a 72." has stated that Wilfredo will
--mm ahed oodP l i wipe ou.t any qoubtq about hisQ kkl, E ds
Akrng Tkhe !.ir~mbV3 not fUll- #n r n. S'J Ac.. Inh'"oebb ulLtche. 'Major M. superiority over Finnegan by
l nT ge main bTh ela f 9 Sept. A. Xleett tea themeasure of repeating his victory. Royal ad-
p ram. between rM'l Ia pwr i lonIathleoso, ( M5, and Patbl ded that the gin .will be so
i- Is a&lated or ten Rlchond w on over Presidenri decisive Fin will have no
t, Ot l,", eg: ate h a r e .i U-l P&.: Frank Wil- room for albl T ae a
d.e n tea ner one when TTh Finmerw bout
ladyia Inr ain frt e ne
; TIlag- tou'nao"na, nlts si nesGon-JIwMy l W fored to de- will be u4 an I
77lthast .weekAl ceInt vw IJIs iMa e is th t l t. 1.--fault,, eight-round iilufbnal and twotil r
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.1 FriENTY-EIGH'li YEAR. PANAMA, R. p., TUESDAY. AUGUST 11 i0M' _:i i__t
fIUN Beats Down Visinsky .
BRITBDAY GIRL Princess
Anne of Great Brit3in turn-
on sopohisticaton for her birta- I
day picture. Oficiallv title
Princess Anne Elizabeth Alice
Loui4e of Edinburgh. she s th Ie
3-year-old daughter of QuelenT
Elizabeth I and the Duke of UNITED NATIONS. N.Y.. Aug. It must not become a "Mother vitally interested. Consideration controversy and' a maimum of,
d .nburgh. 18 .UPI Russia today proposed' Hubbard" parley 'covering ev- of this question without their agreement and od will." MILLIONS IN DM AQI.- i
an 11-nation slate for the Far erything and touchkin nothing." participation, I believe, would b Vishlnsky deCelned to Ia4ria GOeneral iMotors etro
Bro-adway Lights uEastern rolitlcal conference n- The Russian resolution provid- inadmssable. h th t the fire take toll
Scludin the Soviet Union, India ed that the U S.. Britain, France, the U.N. K 'orefaAllis that Rft- Walls and steel
l and three other Korean. "war Russia. Communist China India. The opening session of the ala be invited to the PFar L st from a welde'e tora
Twinkle Tonight non-belligerents. 'Poland. Sweden, Burma, North General Assembly yeate r d a parley "provided the othef aide
The resolution was submitted and South Korea should coln- lasted only seven minutes. It was delifti -.1W '
B to the United Nations Political prlse the membership of the taken up entirely by a ahort ad-
By od Neighbor Committee by Soviet delegate? political conference. dress by President Lester B. .n t bait-
SAndrei Y. Vishlnsky. 'The present session.' Vishin- Pearson of Canada who urged ed bMi r *;ftai prtl pa
The certain goes up tonight The measure clashed sharp- sky said. "must consider a quea- the 60-nation world parliament tioe. Ia nl a was wrd-
(God will) on. the Theater ly with the proposal sponsored tion In which the Korean peo- to finish its work "quickly and -e4d W blWk .tl- th ,tr e' V og ele
Guild's. production of Ruth by 15 of the 16 U.N. Korean pie and the Chinese people are effectively, with a minimum of U4. OiW~'G l4mOS
Cordon's Broadway hit "Over combatants, providing that wool. d
21. rany of the 16. plus South Ko- -- o -- miat an ~se aetiw l pa't -
eie tiOte Is 8 p. m. The place rea, could be invited to the i tS the siaeaof the ean,
i ,the Theatre Guild work- parley VINNL Aug. hN M -ra*
shp, down ,by the Ancon Prir Of W Swap Tlsan have tried to ish butaoJtn B^
IuranTv. Across from the The Western powers would al- i l I maintain the fiction that they returned Wt VA 'D.B r^
Good Nefhbor bar, remem- low Russia to attend. '"provided have nIoteen responlible for the t0day to lt W
d ei r b, the other side desires it." Coonnaaut ca inlBn in Ibther g Wbe i nnUB luaU ye
The .people are Madelyn' They were split on the question lf a a I
-,t, Jim Coman. Rose Ep- of an Invitation to India. whicTi eJv
ath United States opposes. Nears Haf-Way Mark ;-
V(Ed ishlnky submitted the resolui
tkeinaus,T Louise Glud (Ed. A-on .t the opening of the o
note: She'd better not muff ton st th e openingofthis morn- the U4 V
her entrance at work tomor- Int, at which time he ws de- PANMUNJON, Aug. 18 -(UP) i back in the exchange, He was other
row morning) Phil Sanders, fated in a demand that North North Korea proclaimed the identified as Lt. Col. Km. Yopg to ~fgb
Don~Oriffith&,. Louise Clark, Korea and Communist China end of a state of war and call- Joo. "
Nany Sidebotham and Bob be invited here for Drelimlnary ed off military mobilization to- Return t o.r
Livingmitne. discusalons on setting up the day as the exchange of prison- ported4 t
SMae place, Mse time, same Far, astern parley. ers neared Its halfway marI would
people every "night through The 60-nation committee voted The Pyngyang radio said the the
S *turd, i aPailst North Korea, 34 to 18 Supreme Council rescinded the they .eoaMl 1
Tickets :-feany night may be with 7 abstentions and against declaration of war of June I, camps.
resered ly calling Balboa Red China, 34 to 14 with 9 ab- 1950, and the general mobilinh-: 't e
2.346L while at Dagmar's. or stentions. tion ordbr of July 1, in the fir.t
the. theater one dollar bills .S. delegate Ienr. Cabot days of the Korean war,
may be eatbmrilatieally ex- Lodge, Jr., uriin adoption rf The biggest group of Allied
.ehasAS F ,Jagl~; thAough- the Weatern- flaw.. ~ oI i~rsoners freed In'the two weeks
aut the ferencs, told the G onmtMtee that tf' Operation Big Switch were
'. dteth ut of North Korea today. S.
A,, ; among the 450 repatriates .were .
78 tAerlcsane. '
Four ships carrying 2,i40 a E
North Korean prisoners had to K a d
*ir: *.. turnun back yesterday because of ai1 a A t ai .....
stormy weather. o 0ioto has ban m& to I- th
As a result, only 600 Cort
munist prisoners will be hannd- al rrggested
ed over at Panmunjon tomor- ma w viI1e
row, instead of the usual 2,400, ajmdsl CYI= D'
since the stockpile held in the .'-"
I.D Seoul area cannot fill out the re ed that they--a hand0 1t I. he X c'.
rfflx rei t
Daily quota. lntt e-.
The Communists yesterday Pym.nlzang two 0 re. .
returned a South Koreanlleu-, a ar ,n atoe Ma. t1t I M netle..h ,!wlt t L
tenant colonel, the highest nether side =r ae Its p JOiMud.
ranking Allied officer to come wat potential. Tha d had n ...o ,
a At Cadfoilito
When rdi Ito1l i anma
Its carnavalth onu AM. t.
Judge's Bench Pocific AFCE
i____ wt Tomorrow
Juan B. Garcia S.. 24, Pana- The toielftc branch of t
manian. was fined $25 in Balboa Anli n Federation of Oc
Magistrate's Court this morning Or ~rnployes Lodge 14-i
on three charges. Garcla paid a Meet: ow at 7:30 D.m,
$5 fine on a charge of trespassing the.Ml Clubhouse. The 'A
in the Curundu Military Reser- InT"J ieh plans its meet
vatlon about 2 a.m. today. He otr at 7:30 p. m.
was also charged with hunting (he;: M gll Clu P
without a permit and hunting A, 0.4 pn
with a iacklight He was fined e meet wi-'
$10 on each of these two charges. revtiwing of i
.A'$10 fine was meted out to lat. fi feot gover
Panamanian Juan J. Leren. 22, meti. -
on a charge of trespassing In the -Itl n formliat
Tivoli Cotnmissarv. the d to be
Irene Levy. 32. Panamanian. ;d sesslicd
was fined S35 for reckless driving; be outWi
on Diablo Road 'ovel.0i .
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