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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01692
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Sion," Code said.
Col is chairman of the NouvebiueAiea4i
Committee. He.ond three oter h iniese 04"
town were "informed fully" of ItkSMrt S
scret briefing' lte yesterday by Io offiieb,, a
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Pt *IX MONTHr. IN A D VAN C a,. S,..... 0 S 00
o0 ONE Y erA. IN AOVANC-g r *o 34 o0 By Victor Rfesel
THIS IS YOUR tORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN A "mysterious cell" operating
l.... 1.1 YOUR inside the White House la "plot- If I
ting" to sell President Zisenbow- 3 LOW
*I I er a labor policy which would
I have been too radical for Frank- T.
r w lin Roosevelt or even Harry Tru- E
0 maln. according to one angered
-u- member of Ike's Cabinet. -*
The Mail Box as an open foum for readers of The' Peoo Amr- This Cabinet member,, who
reIn. Letters are received grtefully end ore handle. l a wh I& .eafit spoke freely to a sma ll groD 9Of
dental manner. A republican In Wal I" Jut
if y oucntribut0 a letter den't be impatientiit it.dmesn't appear the the other day, has bten
mext day. LVters ore published in the order received. actly these words. dOily pasn _e
PlIesM ry to keep the letters limited to one pe *length. from Inside the. party h pre-
Identity of letter writeN is held in strictest confidence.i vented him from exploding C n
SThis newspaper assumes no respopsibillty for statements as e inien public.
expressed in fetters frm resears But whether or not. the Cab-
-- o inet member Is right in charging
that the President ln being de-
SAN ANT'ONIO BUGLE liberately deceived by some of
Sn A o T his own confidential advisers.
San Antonio. Tex. the truth is that Mr. Eisenhower
8.: was handed, and did sign, a me-
note a photo in the July 19 Magazine Section, of the Guade- mo to Coni t hepielhd ild*
lUe River. It is supposed to have been taken'at Sman Antonio. not possibly hie read I fifor
SThe nearest the river gets to San Antonio is 20 itlet north, and among other weird things it
the first power plant on the river is at New Brannafel that has could perpetuate racket control
an abundance of water flowing from Jacobs WeUll, a young river of certain unions.
Itself some 60 miles north and joined by the Comal River at In making concession to la. *
New Brannsfel. a 2-mile navigable river, all in the city limits, tr, that Mr. Rooesve and s
furnishing power for the Caromal Cotton Mills, manufacturers Mr. Trumian wid e r have
of cotton cloth and short panties, and long nylon atockings for made, this meme co uld setual-

Down 20 .miles south, we have Lake McQueeney with a large dollars worth of un\eh welfare
power plant and a resort lake 50 feet deep at th e dam. Vacation f ln into the handq e. th.e
homes line the lake, and speed boats galore. In all, the river has mobs. 's
five power plants, but it is possible the photo was taken in the It could silence any courageouX
hill country near Kerville where it really gets dry, but not as rank and file member
dry as the Nueces further west. In the Nueces you can dig a few might be wllin to endanger his
feet into the sand and gravel and strike a supply of good cleariishoo his famil a h is \l
arinking water, not the kind of muddy water Bob Ruark found life toofhtl il r mol n ir '. a
in Africa and wrote up in a recent article in Colliers' Magazine. f to fight eithr mob-or ma- ~ '
I hope to make a trip to the Rio Grande In November for the c'hie control of hundreds of it
opentng of the Falcon Dam. Don't know where they will-get the e dictatorial labor bar es
water to go behind it, but it's ot to rain sometime and I am bet- throughout the Sation.
ting on the tropical storms In the Caribbean. They are de s oon. full of cut
an g iveie a certain type of tough .,,.- certain o
Sbor chief total power over his
REASONING CRITICIZED membership. e- ---"'*..I '9"-'-
.. niCurundu Maniy believe that only a vet- ... "-" *
Sir: eran unlopDst could have written "
Messrs. Westerman. McGeachy, et al., lay their motives open or suggested his memo-and
to question when they promulgate the idea that Panama has been that it was done without confer-
saddled by a treaty which it had no part in drafting... but ignore ring with the top AL leadership
or soft pedal the fact that this treaty was ratified by the junta which just never would have
that constituted the government at that time. If you pursue their dreamed of asking a Republican, .,
thenserva uso v t ivendres of r suchv "


.of reasoning you must .conclude that the embers oft he conservative President for such
Snta, as well as Bunau-Varilla, sold Panama down the river, vast nower. ^
How long after 4 November 1903 would the Republic of Pan- This memo would have gone As the United Natioas general Assembly re- .rea
aa have survived, if a treaty had not been hastily apd expediti- to Congress just before It recess. convenes In. New alk ler I a
osly concluded? :;, .-,r ed, if Sen. Tatthad not died and the Korean ite and peace -
d (Byt the tears of the .1903 treaty the thed the thrown both Houss into mourn- revealed that u ofA 1, o 5
feet intou the sandand gravelnneiit and strike a supplythfr~rbor of havei to thedrnger1 hi



depeudenee of the Republd.).' ia; "ing. prenivenh n further businesses nations have paid th
his thought undoubtedly played a large part in the minds However, informed Washin-the world orgaization. .*
; w both Bunau-Varilla and the Junta, and for the sake of honesty ton circles are convinced that The United States which p As s er ct of 4.-
!it should not be ignored. .the forces in the White Houge the UN budget o. I pilion, 15 e0 e 11 i
If Panama is dissatisfied with the treaty let the nation assert wheh parttceitated oin re arng that ba paidbl d p.e -Q
fti manhood and so state its convictions in a forthright manner the memo for Mr. Eisenhower In- The largest amont-. W that Ot o wa th f
-rather than resorting to name calling and an incomplete, based tend to urge him to send it alone Rg nearly ll arr
presentation of history. when Congress reconvenes next The smallest aoetndb owedt .
Spectator january. Th second largest bala -
NO ER OT his. despite the fact that any China's 8.1 million or this .
ANt ER POINT OF VIEW analysis of the memo, which Ike behind an
actually signe, will reveal the' "e. .t..coun. trielS.. :thato-ly -t

readingLnumerous stories of how Panama got her in- following: w l r eve th a ,
hen ce, which ifntdes the distorted edulffit y lI PPaftml It is posible, for ample, f or'D" l
in a recent article 1 would like to refer to.the. book ",The anonsoiore. of raceto D I O ' u
d Divided," for factual statements. It is plain that Panama trolled local nstructi uon Dr.
uld not have sutceeded in gainltag her independence had it not officials (such as those reunon Drly e t a
n for the Ingenuity of Bunu-Varilla. And certainly without indicted fuorh sto tioe I ct.l te t,
likotection, which was afforded by President Roosevelt, Panama ot wis to drnve up t w Ui
would still be a part of Colombia. balfra er dra tit o .aRepa
a seeshospitail and say: "Lrom ow son a' downth r"vt

ALONG THE SAME LINE u r name a m %. ..an was as? s
a. N EeThe memo handed to Pr.a
S When the committees of the Republic ,. Panama and td e dent Eisenhower simply wipe
liitee( Statesmict next moth to.per, hap!PWat hwl tprea tM
5 force as regards the Panama Canalb. n n hMtions h'"d6- -ta
itatives from Panama will remember the foowthiin: f kte Memai hinth andt thinrn n i
1. Colon and Panama City could not be really called cities the working men want to jln, Dr. bi o
I until the Canal started. Especially Colon, mostly swamp ic a ry.
I until filled in by-Ufnited States.
2. The difference in Health conditions since the Canal. Then, under this policy state- of N I-.
3. The oad across the Isthinus, builtby United States. ment, the union chiefs mention- the
4. The road. to Rio Hato; built by the United States. ed above oould simply expel any i .tn
5. The pr posed road to Cmsta Rica, financed mostly by the member who openly attacks cor-
United States. ruption in these locals. This ex- KO-- '~t:JnlUl ..:
i. All New-Cristobal which was swam and filled in by the publon made possible under ''
Uniteds States. And given to Panama. oefron Five of the document The smlt a
S7. The education and-buildings and money appropriated for Eisenhower was urged to send to troo.~ 7Sh 'I
the Point Four Program. congress. Section Five states: it
Curious. i (Pesident Eisenhoaer)... Kht
A N8oeRd that in addti ben to on.i..
non.rpepnt of dues, a union
mayex- m lay a member and require
as I, e to discharge him for o.
fAn s e by the member of o h it
confidential information of the work
ree t tbeu bookten.=

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SILVANA- MANGANO VITTORI.oGASSMA i Wm feoul be, MO
a dd AMEDEo NAZZARI en-rwuwd to-er e
In otbhr'ordb, whoever pre-
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Healthconitins incO C a. yth ot a te-on funds
In atherUione n. No. 19the
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Other New VeMes."
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S The ,hbe Wednesday Cla b wm Certals
event bl Beeper at her home l Cee Slto,
with a ames.
T The butlet obvered and Mrs. Harold White served
with ai tl Tr ft had a refreshmenth
p. centerpiece of' white Those present also were Mrs.
O carnatliq l Jin ruve. Teresa Comber, Mrs. Edward A.
In recognitbi' L blrth- Cox. Mrs. J. McCarthy, Mrs.
d.y anniversesti *i-O their Agnes Porter, Mrs. Vern Prier,
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.A Costa Rica, qaW Mrs. Rde Diego AfaMr Major DB. Shine,
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h Crstobal Yacht Club, auti Naval Air oatton in 1U61.
Palmar; Rbert Duglsr : Ru- Wilton Cay Slocum,
Ael Potter of St. Petersburg, aviation electrician from
a former Canal emld who Ga., and lather of four
was with Dr. H. W. Itten was arraigned before a UA1
when the 'first marlin was missoner here on a ea W
caught in Panama Bay in the breaking and entering w
early thirtpa; rti Nickels a tent to cout lar
commltteeaa fthe. Olb fraoim FBI offlals at
the Atlantic 1d, Mt. ad Mr. announced gloeum'~
Hugh A. Sheer of Columbus, he was employed on a
Oi, guet of Mr. and Mrs. basa after hours a a i
N. E. arker of Colon; Capn for the station's edit
N. B. P arker mnd I ro Rch- fice where the burglary l
ard Parker. on a week-end. 'c,
It is planned by his friends As a janitor. Sloum had't k
that if Commbdorte Palher to.the office, the FPi s1D u W
lands a prie big fish the Dringt its investticgatna
members of the Cristobal yacht PBI said it tmraed '
club will look forward to a shipped under a fl titmoa i n
large celebration of the event. from ew London, Com.. I. -
---- address in Florida where Seo
Min Ann Newhard was known to hare "Ipol
Arriving contacts."
Miss Ann Newhard will arrive
Monday aboard the Panama. .S. Atty. Jacob 8. Tem
She has accepted a position said at the arratlnlea t "
with the Canal Zone Schools Socum had told ahorila
Divdion. Miss Newhard is the his arrest tht he was "br
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Fred Temlkin ldicated nmoe o
A. Newhard of Oatun, and Is a loot had been recoweed.
graduate of Colorado State Col- 81ocui, who officials said eot-
eoe Greeley, Colorado. sealed his correct age to list
the Navy when he was 1. .
LL- CoL An Mr. O'Conor nentlv was returned by air tae
ArrivIg Pr Visit Turkev.
Lt Co mel and Mrs. P. O'- He had served at Ouai f
Connr will arrive soon to visit several months alfte thea 1A
am. O'Connor's brothers-in- lary arid later was
law aM sisters, Mr. and Mr. to duty stations in the euMC
Lus Caostlo and nd nd Mrs. fore being assigned to dt ;
AlMutin CedeAo of Colon. the Mediterranean, offielai s
Mn. O'Oonnor .Is the former
MiM Carleta Obaldia, a men- Tndustrlaf research ha
her at ae of the oldest fami- it wsiMblo to nroduce cold- '
li to the Republie of PFUnama 8 xvnthetie rubber In aebt
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S ps and Longshots: Of all the'slt through one of the dep,nies
Stories told about Bing Crosby'd with those glasses on. All of our
Nonchalance, this one tops them friends agree."
all.
When Bing made a hole-in- Casting eye-popper: Frank de
one on a Northern California Kova, who played t'e com'e-
course during a golf tournament, book-reading deaf mute in "Split
the ball struck the pin on the Second," is a former Colum.ie
Spar three hole and dropped into University professor.
the cup.
Walking onto the green Memory note: Remember Su-
through the galley with a zanne Foster, U-I's wartime sing-
pleased but casual grin. Bing was ine star? She's now In England
collared by an excited spectator with hubby Wilbur Evans, who
Swho said: "It was amazing. Biln. plays the American ambassador
The ball hit the pin. spun around in Gregory Peck's "The Million-
and just fell into the cup." Pound Note."
Bing removed his pipe. tapped
It on his heel and said: "You Terry Moore is :'raoning up
know, they'll do it every time." the choice roles in Hollywood
these days but In cpse any rival
Duncan Renaldo isn't worried dolls are trying to figure it out,
about Gilbert Roland's wall that she's telling it:
the Cisco Kid who now rides the "I work like crazy to get the
Some TV screens has lost his good parts"
glamor i Terrv went after.'Ctome Back.
Roland played the Kid for Little Sheba" when no one could
theater screens with one arm a- see her In the pqrt -ri now she's
round a blonde and the other a- done it again for "King of the
round a bottle, but Renaldo plays Khvber Rifles."
him for family appeal. "Thev wanted a Pritish girl to
.avs Renaldo: work with Tv Power. but I de-
"It's a ne wera. Younr audien- cided I was the gal for the role.
ees are far more sensitive than I shut myself un in my room
they were a few ears back. If I with Briltsh records and a tpne
started making passes at blondes' recorder. Evervho'~" toll m- T'd
and bottles, the kids would never nut It over-that no Amrer-
throw rotten eggs at me." lican Oirl hpad evor devrlnned a
convincing Enpllih "er"nt.
Five-foot. 1-inch .TJnr Allvson "But when I we"* to reA'1
had 6-loot 3-inh Jimniv Stew- the part. the Prn-',,er enulAn't
art as he"- leading man in "The: believe his ears. it ne'-vr-h K-rr
S(Tlenn Miller Storv" and now. In 'and .ean Simmwo" rin Pl- v
'Foxfire." she'll be emotlne oD- American girl-. then I can play
posite 6-foot, 4-Inch Jeff Chan- an English girl."
d]or.
-"I feel." she's ouippine. "Ilka
I'm co-sta r rn with belt Constable Accused '
buckles." NEW HAVEN. Conn. (UP) -
ARMEN GIVES IN Constable Everett 0. Rasmussen
CABMEN GIVES IN of Norwich was scheduled to ap-
A Carmen Miranda's version ofpe' In feaerl court here in
her triumph In Rome during connection with the foroinq and'
heuroesan concert tour Is zpr t cashing of a $180 Income tpx re-
:. diplo of the week. Sample chat- fund check. He was the accused.
ter:
Sf "De pipple scream. "farmella!
T regausi! I sav to dem from
stage, 'W'at you min. hell re-'
1111 I am not beautiful girl.'
s a. sa 'Oh. yes, vou are bella
S uqpsti. Den I look down and see
i fir Farouk in second row ap-
4 pland.
"I saw. 'Hokav. folks. you ween.i
SSoshaddup and let me seeng.'"
Homes of movie stars are .im-
pler and in better taste these
days because actors are no long-
er a mystery to the public and
because all the blah and hooey
have given way to honesty.
That's the word from Sascha
S'rp stoff, former movie costume
designer and now the nation's
No. 1 ceramist, who remembers
filmtown homeR with a wince:
"No period could have been
I. worse than Hollywood's addic-
tio nto dark somber houses with
c80anish shawls over the fire-
place."
: Sascha's ceramic art objects. (NEA Telephoto)
coffee. tables, ash trays and din- A VISITOR Paul Haley, 6.
nerware decorate the homes of of Denver. Colo., proudly holds
the stars at prices that range up a picture of President Elsen-
to $5000 for a piece of ceramic hower. who visited him. The
sculpture. boy. who is a victimn'of an in-
PiL curable cancer, hoped pInmeet
3'ILIAND NOTEBOOK the President. The whl'Ex-
Voice of the people note' "I' ecutive took'time off.fron hLi
was overjoyed to note that you vacation to make the boy's -
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tri rp, sunpy held your ire.
in the _--om the point of view of
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te- t ing lead was a poor choice.
Satonall',y* Acuaily, a heart opening of
klW Alton W tof the aomr. kumd represented the only
Canal Zoej.l Radio As- deiens ie hope. It was vital for
at e association, will be'hi pecal guest East to win the lirst trick with
ae t the meeting g o.e C roads the ace of hearts and return a
wi Apmateur Rad iC which will anomond. Had he done so, the
Srly '- be held Tuesda t 7:30. at the aeenders would have rattled
nt~- clubroomm on MaBitfenace Divi- oif a niart and three diamonds
.also a per- st. premises, Street, one t o deeat the contract
1 those who bock from them tobal Club- When West opened the queen
him, I shall hOpue. of hearts, Sou0n could see- the
L 0 .- d anupger very clearly. He was
J White attended .AJR. tL. miartlly tempted to cover the
National Conventm of Radio opening lead with dummy's
Sb d Amateurs last moCtI hi HoustM, k tng at hearts, since that would
Ted~s and will taise* the maiy surely set up dummy's ten oft
d & i,- intereatto actvl .whloh hbarta. He resisted this tempta-
She parted. explain tfi; however fearing that ast
E the taa prt project Of t be inspired enough to
in et to "hams." h to diamonds.
It has also been planned to When dummy played a low
show two or three short films on heart at the first trick, East
techaieal subjects. could not tell that the winning
^ t-3,r re ~ -ayt was te put up the ame a
Shearts. For all he could tell,
cordially invited to attend this south might be void of heart,
and future meetings of the club, in whlcn case the play would
which are he'd on the second surely cost a trick. It South ha8
mad ( arth TBuele y :.af each -singleton small heart. It wa,
month. vital to hold off in the ho
0 mont. that West would lead diamen
Orhid Slides safely from his own side.
urag, as Rightly or wrongly, East
ode-IBna d- n Bplayed a low heart, and now
o toll going, 0 iOW South was home. Since East
B :TuesdA At IJW could not gain the lead, South
SUe J D could easily get in to draw three
Tu d y A d rounds of trumps, after which
array *A4tegWad editor of his long clubs would enable him
the Orchid Joarnal for this area, to discard diamonds from the
wHil prer set a oIf colored dummy. South actually suc-
sldets atse O Nt Armed needed In winning 11 tricia
Vrwees al se, O r., La Boca which was two tricks more than
aiRoad on Menda at I p.m. The he could have won If heta
e series will include an oremc*eali payed the king of hearts at. the
lecting train to the B1 Volcan. first trick,
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S flower.
Afo~ na .i IJ. miemlbr of thoa Ca-
adminlstered beleletes. Knen for hsx-
Qe and tn ha ist the
U Sf L3K i~lg &rraPoe for the Ca-
r dam ha- ald Zone Archeoloaical Society.
visolns apy to litary pereonael and their
led or Injured or family the pillc of the!
fn illness con- C l d u& Pn&m are
te ,lthe i ld 6 m"wIjI t"rt.tend.
ib thWe ied The USO-JWB Ar -d Forces
7.1950 and dService Center Is a nrp nber a-
I who served in evar of the Canal Zone Com-
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R ( P)-ert early stage" M aCisenhower's WritteM for NA Slrvire' ,
L e~sfe t ,he Washng- can.jai *.' --- ....
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Junior. College, Miss an
Candlelight )D-,ce Vice President of hi
Kappa, National Honoratf
Planned At JWB lastc Society for Junio r
Planned At JWB President, Gamma hnil
Tomorrow N sorority, member of the
TOmorrO Niqh Club, Treasurer of the
Association, Art Editor for
The monthly orchestra dance local Collegian and CotM
with cpndlellght atmosphere will and "All Star" Baketbal
be held at the USO-JWB Armed Volley Ball player. She wai
Forces Service Center. La Boca a member of the east of the
Road. tomorrow at 7 p.m. winning one-act play "The
Special entertainment will be plant "
presented by 'BlueGrass" Ervin, The scholarship was pre
ponvlar television and recording through the generosity 4i
artist, of APRS and Maria Car- Honorable Robert Woods
men Gonzales. Snanish dancer. Foreign Service Officer' (
Miss Gonzeles Is tbe eleven vepr ed), who during his more
old druohter of Pgt 1/c Antnnln 30 years with the U.8. Stabi
Gonseles. 1st vn Hq. Co., 33rd apartment, served in maat
InfPntrv. Fort Kobbe. I tgnments including Assi~
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, FOR SALE- Washing machine. ...
West;nghuse reirigerator 9 ft. all FOR SALE:-1951 four door Mer-
Sporcelain, portable electric sewinga cury Sedan whte-wall tires, radio,
hiachine. 49 Ford. very goad con- perfect running condition. Must
Edition. with radio. Misc. items sell account leaving the Isthmus.
'"Telephone Balboa 4171. Cristobal 3-1815.
FOR SALE:-9 cu fr. Westinghouse FOR SALE:-Eleven Hundred dollars
refrigerator, all porcelain. Houie orth of cr or 70. How This
S 1581-C, Govilan Area. 1948 Chevrolet two door sedan
I, 'T ----- has been kept mechanically per-
i. "A ALE--Radio-phonogrooh au- fect by replacing ports before
S.'}"1ttitc 60 cycle. $40. Crib and reaching breakdown stage Body
mttre*% fS, $25 Metal Credenza undercoored three times, radio, new
S$-5. 6 ft. wooden work table, $15 recaps. Qtrs 2011-B or phone Cu-
S4Metalo clothes hamper. $5 Car pic- runclu 6233.
Shie box, $14. Sun beam food mrx- FOR SALE: 1951 Dodge 4 door
Y- er. $15. 2 large rug mals $5
S-Pive man life raft wirh oars English sedan, duty free. Call Panama 3-
'`i!-'nn carrioge, $20 Call Ancon' 748.
i2--33 __c20o FOR SALE:- Leaving 1950 Pontiac
-FOR ,LE--D mngroom set. kitchen Sedan coupe. Very good condition
.ccb rer Picnic table Swing. Houe--Balboa Barber Shop.
.'154'-B, Mango Street. Balboa.
.. -------- FOR SALE- Bargain, 1953 Henry
PQR SALE:-Modern 46" airfoam 'J' 2.000 miles, leather upholstery,
acushlined love-seat with t o economical, tropical model. 14th.
cutchioned -tbles perfect cn- street. No. 117, Apt. 2. Paitilla,
.rtnotching end-tables. perfect con- ISn Frcnciscol. Anytime.
dit,in No. 54, 45th street, apart- -an Frcncisco_. A e.
ment 3. FOR SALE:- 1950 Studeboker Star-
FOR SALE: Comfortable Morr.s Ite coupe, black with tan seat
tair with reversible plastic cush- covers radio and almost new bat-
ns. reasonable price No. 54.' tery. Will bring for your inspection.
'45th street, apartment 3. Call Kobbe 3230. Cpl. White, dur-
-- Ing duty hours.
FR SALE:-Modern mahogany bed- FOR SALE: 1946 Ford De Luxe
r nm set, ivory color Itwin beds), with radio and spot light $445.-
inctuoing beautiful dressing table, 00. House 84-A, New Cristobal,
almost new. No. 54, 45th street, phone 3-2970.
t aparSen l_:;a i 3.______I FOR SALE:-Ford Jeep. duty paid.
PG SALE: Oal ch2oir, Simmor-i phone 3-2840 Cristobal.
Beutres B malredros. 2 bedts,c-4 FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 1942 Sedan
'nah mattress. Bedroom set, corn- $2.25. Curundu Qtrs. 221 -A,
Splaa. Bargain. No. 9. 44th street,. lT.eone 83-2180. 2
Apt. 4, 5.00 to 9:00 p. m Telephone 83-2180.
F- .,-, Bamboo nng m s. FOR SALEi-Buick Super 4 door se-
FSALE: -Bamboo lngoorn set.mles. Plastic seat covers.
6 irand, brand new. 9 pieces. Call dn 9,500 miles. Plastic seat covers.
Luiundu 2d .6 D i St. el. 8 radio. Tel. Navy 3679. After 3:30
2103. p.m. -
.'c"SLE:-FHousehold fniu 'FOR SALE:-Chevrolet Four Door-
FPCRe SALE: Household furniture. 1 Sedan. 1952 excellent condition
beds, dinette, piano, choirs, tables. new 're. Ph one 2-2298 working
V` cribs, electrical appliances. Albrook new"tirs. Phone 2-2298 working
*hore 5197. Quarters 84-A. hours. 3-1294 after.
.., S. -elucraholdapi nc tble, FOR SALE: Chevrolet Panel 1-2
SALE-Household, "2-end table, Ton 1953, almost new, can be
't standing lamps, 2 soals. Tel- financed. Phone 2-2298 working
o, 3-5202 Ponom. hours, 3-1294 after.
't:'SALtE: Magic Chef Range FOR SALE:-1949 Dodge 2 door so-
-Ws tlnghouse Loundromat, 6 gal. dan. Radio. seat covers. Call
electric water heater and 9 cu. t Kobbe 6276 for this good car.
-Fsigidqore. Phone 3-1768.
,'WR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- P OfI
S trs, 6 foot $50.00, 7 foot. $75. POSition Offered
t'.0; twln -bds, springs and miat-
trfases,' 60.00; dinette set worth WANTED:-rSales agents for club.
Six chairs, $40.00; console radio, Apply with your identification cord.
$550.00; twin bed frames, $10.00, .iCarneti. Good opportunity for
'pod and metal dressers, $20.00 interested persons. Parisian Furni-
each; homemade 'bar. $20 00; turp No. 168, Central Avenue.
bpokcase headboard for double
0'bed. $15.00; child's blackboard, p l
.00; .,nnerspring sofa, $15.00, He W anted
alan blinds, coffee tables,
Stools, etc. Telephone Balboa WANTED:-Meld for care of three
house 0855-B. Balboa. children and general housework.
-House 1488-C, Dohrmar Street.
S u Balboa. Anytime Sunday until 6
1M 1 P1 p.m.


F WE u Mu EUI

Me For Bind


ftl Salvration Army School
te Blind will celebrate Its
W'iiulvtrrary at 3:30 p m.
ai the Maonic Temple
1t Mh Street.
Scha'rman will be Lt.-
b orer 0. W. Bandells,
commander for thn
rica uAnd West In-
and guest of ho-
a's Firqt Lady.
I .Reamon.
f" ArLtmy band imd
Club. undes
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WANTED
Miscellaneoa
CAR WANTED: EAuliJh 1-2 Ton
Panel, must be In good condition
and con be financed. Phono 2-
2298 working houae, 3-1294 after.
STATION WAGON WANTED: -
1951 to 1953 ir good condition.
Must be financed.Phone 2-2298
working hours, 3-1!4 after.
Will buy Cadillac block 1952 1953.
Preferbly duty unpaid. Tel. 2-
.1458.
WANED: Vocation Quarters. Ist.
of' Sept. thru 10 Nov. 5083-A,
Diablo Hgts. 2-3429.
WANTED:-Vocation quarters in
Pnaome for month of September,
3-0281.


I FORI SAL E

FLORIDA BAR
xM I s* Street
FOr aftemur l a ctan
L|n~ySVt-ln


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Espala No. 34 PanamA R. P.
(Belal Vlt TLhwtre I.)


Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Pfone 2-3199


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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue 'K" street, corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Relieve your feet with a pedicure
by experienced operators; perfect
manicures for only 60 cts. Salon
File's, No. 4 "J" street. Telephone
2-3266.
THOMAS ENGRAVING:-.Trepbls,
Jewelry enrevilgs, mame plates.
1 thk nd "6" St. Wet Ne. 91.
Try your luck!
with our merchandise club
ALMACEN LA PARISIEN
Central Avenue 113
SPECIAL FLIGHT to Kingston, leav-
ing every two weeks $60 one way.
$108 round trip. Panama Dispatch
Service 36 Avenida Nacional (Au-
tomobile row) Tel. 2-1655, Pan-
omo.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous


FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household_ Antomobiles
FOR SALE -Bet-' Ross Spinet Pa. FOR SALE. -50 Oldsmobile 6, Hy-
'*nd. 2 mohogarv chairs. cob.net dromaolc. radio. custom seat cov-
'Phone 6-438 oaler 5 p ', ers. an excellent buy $1,075.00.
- -- -- `0S33-A Diablo Hgts. 2-3429.
FOR SALE.- Bendix Gyromoic wallh- -A D -
ing machine, 60 cle, or il,1
tng machr e 60 cclee or wsh, FOR SALE -1949 Buick Roadmaster
Strng mfor ane. Phone 82-1 03. I corertible-equipped with water
SP burner, 13.C000 miles, car in ex-
FOR SALE -9 cu t1. Westinghoui.e cellent condition and will stand
refrigerator $10000. maple dinet-! rigid inipeclion, may be seen by
're set., 35.00 electric tan, $12 appointment. Call Balboa 2923,
00, bookcaseS 12 00. 2 Q A Mead.
tables. 4 choirs rocker, chest of
drawers, porch shades. aor.,t and FOR SALE.-1948 Pontiac Stream-
chair, picket fence Phc.ne 5-337 liner 8. Radio. Hydrmatic. Ex-
FOR SALE--25 cycle refrigerator. cellenr condition. Very good tires.
New home cabinet trye sewing $800. Call Balboa 2-1505. House
machine with Weslnghouwe motor. 1549-E. Gallon Rd
Wicker couch other misc. items.
Balboa 2-1505 _FOR SALE 1953 Chevrolet Bel
---- ---- Air 4 door sedan, 2,600 miles.
FOR SALE: Refrigerator Electric olor oreen over cream 00.00.
roaster. Redio record player. 3 color green over cream $1 900.00,
speed, cabinet tpe House 795- $635 00 down payment, new oar
B. Lpeed, ca joined. Telephone guarantee. House 0779-J. Wil-
Bafter 4 00. working hours 3677 Inamson Place. telephone- 2-1503.
Balboa FOR SALE: 1949 Cadillac con-
OR SALE -"2 c.,cle Westinghouse vertible. excellent condition, W-S
Frigidaire, 25 cycles Westinghouse tires, radio Phone Panama 3-4242.
,jan. 25 cycle, RCA table model House No. 7 'F" Street, El Con-
radio. 25 cycle clock. 0428 grege
Frangipani St Apr. 'B
PR SALE--Refrigerator, 25 cycles. FOR SALE e-Ddge Pck Up n te
Crib. ge away price. Leavg 1948 newly painted and in per-
House 2372 Cocoll. Sofia Bradley fect condition. Dodge Dealers, Ti-
ouse oli Crossing


FOR SALE:-Crib with water proof
mattress, $35.00. Baby's wardrbe
$10,00. Good condition. Call 3-
5142.


FOR SALE:-S HP. Ifin outbard.
$50.00; 1-3 H.P;,,5 .2 cycle motor,
$15.00. 10" ftan 25 cycle. $13.
Basinette $2.00. Four green porch
shades 9' x 5', $3.00 each. Coach
ftame with. arm rests for Quarter-
master single'bed, $10. Everyhing
good condition. 4-529 or 177-C,
P. M.
The Caribbean Army & Air Force
Motion Picture Service, Quarry
Heights, Canal Zone offers for sale
to the highest bidder, used mo-
tion picture equipment and spare
parts, one amplifier for 16mm
projector, stage drapes, end misc-
cellaneous office equipment. Items
may be purchased by lot or Indi-
vidually. Bid forms and list of
material for sale may be obtain-
ed from the seller Iy written re-
quest, address Box 'R," Balboa
Heights, Canal Zone, or in person
at building No. 153, Quarry Hgts.
Canal Zone, where materiel may
be inspected. Bids will be opened
at 10:00 o'clock on the 21 Sep-
tember, 1953. The CAAF Motion
Picture Seivice reserves the right
to reflect any and all bids.
FOR SALE:-Fishermen at lost! A
place to get fish bait Fresh frozen
shrimps. Fresh frozen sardines
Acuario Lowe 9th Ave. Melendez
1G. St.l Bldg. 8044 Colon R. P.
Open 8:00 A. M. to 12 00 P. M
1:00 P. M. to 7:00 P. M. Sunday
and Holidays 8 00 A. M. to 1:00
P. M.


FOR SALE: Upright piano, good
condition, good tone, small dining
table, seven chairs. Phone Cristo-
bal 1540, 14th and Bolivar.
FOR SALE: CAMERA BARGAINS-
VOIMTLANDER 2 1-4 x 3 1-4
roll film. Coated f 4.5 lens, 1/400
second shutter. Rangetinder, filters.
lens hood, case $45.00. Automatic
ROLULIFLX. f.3.5 Tessor lens.
New Rolleiflash, leather case $100.
00. KODAK '35', f.3.5 lens.
Speeds up to 1'200 second. Leath-
er case $30.00. Phone 88-915 Ft
Gulick or Cristobal 3-1287.


FOR SALE:-Well equipped LABOA-
TORY. Information 2-5 p. m. La-
boratorios Industriales Zoffmonn
Ltda. Cuba Ave. & 29th. St. "La-
redo" Building. Phone 3-3319,
Panama.
FOR SALE-Registered Cocker Span-
iel Puppy, 6 weeks. Male blond
line of 26 champion Sire Blue Rib-
bon, Panama. Phone Balboa 3567.
FOR SALE:-7 cu. ft. Westinghouse
porcelain refrigerator, radio, play-
pen. Call 2-1580.
FOR SALE: 4-burner gas stove.
Good condition. $25.00. Phone
Panama 3-3957.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS MISCALUANIOUS ITEMS
POR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in public
will be received Unrl 10:30 A..M..
September 2,- 1955, in the office of
Superintendent of Strehouses. Bal-
boa, for miscellonl woodworking
and budding equipnt.t Form of
proposal with ful tular may be
securd in the. offie at Superinten-
dent of StorehousA>or Crstobal
Storehouse.
FOR SALE-S4nallhile.dep free.
commercial flow r ha complete.
Acuario Tropce4 No, 55 Via Es.
poia, Tel: 3-5411.
TROPICAL FISH FtNCIERS: New
. stock btrplbo 33 varietes in-
cluding Olacud Pmsq, plants,
pumps, filtenr. al Lovq s
White cudurate MAon Gre
parrot, budgles, caprle, w.
flower sd l bird toys.
Do" and Cat Own : Milc. s.
plis.All at AcuRil Twi P n
ama's only t NO, 55 Vi
Esponal Id r 3- I chr*
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CARLTON D .U STORE
10.059 MelandflSaroe 255. Col6a

PROPAGANDA. ,- A.
'*H" Street wCg O ridIantl BSt. J
Phones 2-224N -27 J


RESORTS
Pillip. Oceanside cottage S, t
Clara, Box 435. Balboa. PM
Panama 3-1877. Cristobal al I3.


House on beach. Santa Claor. Al
In COOL Campana mounttai.
Phone SHRAPNEL. Balboa 1S19
or see caretaker there..


Foster's Cottages One mile. pat
Santa Clara. Please bring your
linens. Phone Balboa 2-1866.
Gramlich Santa Clam oeach-~et.
tags. Electric Iceboxes, gau tte
moderate rate. Telephoe.441
Gatmbo; 4.567. Pedro "ji ,
WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beath'
toges. Large, comfortable. nHrn,
near beach. Balboa 3050 a:ie t
weekends.

FOR RENT.
ApartmenWt :
ATTENTION 6. I. Just bullt "odan
apartments, one, two bdror,
hot and cold water. Th e
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:--urnlshed :2, bliroan
apartment. 48th S. No. 27. el.
3-3806.


OPTION to apartment to party who
buys .2. bedroom furniture, $65.00
rental. No. 9, 44th street apart-
ment 4, 5:00 to 9160 m.

FOR RENT


FOR RENT:-Privte room for man
only. Private entrance. tetudiante
St. No. 73, Apt. 1.
FOR RENT: Nice furnished cool
room, El Canlrad, meals available.
Call 3-1789 or 2-1693 office
hours.


FOIt RENT
MisbClaneorua
FOR RENT:-Centrolly lpcote space
for offer orpot, or both. Phone
2-2298 working, hours, 31294,
after.

FOR SALE
Real te
FOR SALE-Selling at'acrifim m /
acres of cultivated land' with wo
chaleti O 'ene 'tgulN llKas, alt
concrete construction,' 20 mMiteW
from Balboa, Information Baoter
2-3359.
FOR SALE: Excellent buy, 4,5
meters fronting TrqristhnJn
Highway. Recently cleae. For In-
formation call' Ponma 3-4110
after 4 P. M.
FOR SALE:- 1-2 heotres of land
in New Arraijan, 100 Mtlers
facing concert. highway, 4 Cts
square meter. Tpl. 3-3021,
FOR SALE: Corpfely um
home on red to becfKi SaIinta
Clara. Will be on premises for
inspection Aug. 22 thru Sept. 8
N. Hoaatot opposite WWlltr
cottages.

LOST & FOND,


REWARD: For return qpipo1n
papers and glasses lt. In dark
brown sling type leather hardbg.
No questions osked. Mrs. Itpse,
10107, 9th St. Colen.-


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FOR SALE:- Wolf puppies, 4 weeks
old. No. 84, A Avinue Apt, No. 9
FOR SALE--CcmpIte B SinO
Way Welding Ectrdis: M
steel, cost Iron (Michinoblel,
and hard facing. F. ICAZA Y CIA.
FOR SALE-Two girl's bicycles, good
condition, $25.00 each. Call at
house No. 26, 50th St., East, Belle
Vista.
FOR SALE:-Brown mink coot, new
$200.00. English boy's bicycle,
$50.00. Phone 389. Colon.


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ast he Cofih Area between RPI
Diablo I-Gym u.1 4ltei Chmpion Wllldo
lJcJUa. ,yy, DBrown and for mer stZian
135-pound champion Young
Fliansgan.
Finnegan challenged Brown
Boys, Junior: to this return ten-round match
Pabon (CristobllT defeated at a weight limit of 140 pounds
Pedera ( aa 31-13; 21-19. to prove toi his followers that
Hots (Dphle) fad Han- the upset victory scored by
nigan p*lt 17; rM-181; 1- Brown over him almost two
15uran. e months ago at the La Macarena
Duran, AnlStiI I d.Ra- bullring was a fLke.
kin (Margarita) 21-IS 21-17. bull w, a e-
Nahmad (IWl b defeated Pa- B eown w tho other hand, Is
bon (~92)14, -U. out to make his martin more
Rob MI( ) 4912- deecate this -tt. BL al
mad (Balboa) 2t 9;il- ; 21- dera ham hinted tt Wil-
17.
Gtrl n fredo will even try for a KO.
Bannn(oa0 a21 selfeated Those who contend that
Brain ( ~ defeated Brown does not pack a lethal
Hannganen (fi 21-17 wallop should remember that
U19mndi 211 a -1 WOlfredo knocked tough Aul-
0-l; 21-19. lino Alien out of the rtng before
enieor knocking hlu out in seven
ABys t dSeeted rounds when they met. He also
Antadt (am defeated dropped Allen twice before the
r n(Ba defeated ftal count.
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3. e aPrledent ill Vtaek of the St. led by a three-man Ame4can'
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Planagan d Brown will be out
to ad the conto quickly and
agereu.. Mendel, IBC Founder, Iced 0,

twi Vler my taor Y at RAsoN
Andrie- a btv S aeuwtt. NEA 8prts ditor
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This bot Jo lther are 0-
eQWm pl -r. -b-"ett OREENWOOD L.UE, N. Y. ment In mind, Meadel aS
hi ISr t1rs. eahe Am 21 Ater dropping a signed Ous Lesnevich and L
iwdAndueAluestyng, le 07m htigly debatable decision to Srvold.
ty Rocky Marciano, Roland La "But the National Bazing A.-
Starza was kept waiting three soclaton decided to
Calsi Wtt Ind Jose Pas- and a half ears for the return the 'Ilaer of the
cWl1 will lsin it out in a 135- match he so richly deserved. Charles fight," he realsabL h.
pound Al-ronuder and the The press agent for La 8tarma "Charles won In I156 to"
prPOrm i ll underway and the heavyweight champion- and the IBC was In bans.
with Youg ki matching ship fight at the Polo Grounds, --oO0 -
punches wt Baby Pee Wee at Sept. 24, is IMrr ndel.
118 pounds the La tr a q p at this IN TE UCOMNG Ma
Anifasl ftes are $3 fqr crowdd asrum Long pond Inn no-La arsa battle there Ls 3
ereerd r eats, $2 for in oe of aW deals. Mendel you question about whiC t4 '
ge I r-l t.ose, $1 (one I, in te'art, at. 149, con- hungry fighter.
dollar) gi'tission and oa ,p ii A0nd .put into La Btara collected h i
7w cnts -r.W- and chl-op aS (the oInternational gat pur', $1.,000 In Uw
edition with Marclano- atl
GaOUrden, Mar. 4, 1r950.
2 return, Mendel, the long- Hi has lnce been paid
time priaoter ot sir d b les
ol oa s ha't evrn bn "That' was for fighUt l.
a ood lo~ His reward unown
was an oabure post as"lt- s unsown R Zones I A
ant to Murray oodumab. the oct. oflt year" sm.a mNi.
New York branch's tihb im- my Doe AnWiO. n"d M l
Dr. not only a wuiloft
had Joe Louis on an ex- but Rland was tte
inbiUton it to which the then the left e and cut for toh
campiron seaed t IoI time. i Dan lioi (lth
bftr 'moun s" rscfa MendeL took hhn ou t. I w %Im
l "Ws..Mahall Miles, hisI m a heart attack. So
gI Dr. B d lBee nett, his DDo- ito dot o 4 r0
U a i aa Ond, mof- Jones for eanutsa .'
-L-- 5t'i mr YlO Eastern ParkawAy
Stie hetk nk e t f10 1 or ohao ki
'Mike Jacobs, who ran the told me he wa eve
works so long, was out of the Akron.
picture, and without the heavy- Hatr7 to kI M.
weiht champlaontts 20th Cen- S^tarms to t
turY Spotg Club hba es- thCatski81 2
Shave too Marciano's
.q tablishad wuWhntt.ha too 11JA v, ^ff ~f l
mu with whiabto work." Or
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so -M N eOTr Louis to tor of tl7. C
.Unqihl the titi., and brought Monopoly. i.
Vi I he iand iitM se ms that
rut-V well and dd1 1
W kftls; Morris and
1 M. U.B Jim Nor- prietors f O
9Mla 4itbar $iss thu Chi. Long Pond Inn, met
ta I-fro anthe shorts. WI%
sW a ar, In playing tho homes
.ror not.
b "Chicago, betroit, abt.
SsdIae, I aosn eI. Omaha andl together said IFatI
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*of Ud e Anm? h. notion's pruder soetri.,4
easye athmlg u e ant win for iItg. raew
of the ma and one in a while even last.O
This tinimt %i M they comdnt ht out.
teshbet bW In ming Is Native Daener yet Use
is lost afi ctirv to the two-bask or wh S
than i weat to his deuce. Not eve the tr t sis uMa eS
out of him f a race. law requre the trach iy a
five egots on evry dollar bet. Tis T feMi tleG sauit Ia a
pool To date, ahl told, the Vandefw i elt has ei t the
$83,636.26. But don't weep fsr then; they geIt D abe, ba
the gate. The Dancer is box-offlee dynamite.
Where were Mears. Stoneham and Durocher when the
were peddlng-Ous Bell t the Clacy Reds? The GJau W -
lefthanded pull hitter to match his hoam-run w Ag. t



Stoneham thinking of when he re-algned 'oroeher tor ow l
years?" You mean what was he thinking wth?
Jima Demaret wold have you knew Ben Bea i
40. "I onit to know," go s clothes huea, I
him." Walr. ge paIa the inihn 7teseb
graphy at h his i ll e icamip, ther Ia
eeantl-dy p *Ai tbese fellows uae 4 or btler. Oarus I
pas ee I he begin to sip. The e re m no ura tern
with the promise of, my, a Saran. a Sai&. I uad
are ore good galfers teday but I mut ladst there as
sm es. Why S es It take so leag to play a round -
ayd Kewr ie, d of critics, blame the veroha s
"bhe par cary toi iany luabs and warte toe m eb
tweo inhate-trying to decide which elab to ue. Thus
e msue 4n the world a pro ean't play to perfleet with
U eabst at a.et."
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It's a sad commentary that more people are aterested .
who's going to be the new Miss Rheingold than the next
New York producer says 's gettn harder and harder to
ood chorus girls Didny't o they looked for that etA.
at A. Godfrey's getting nto hore racng, next thing yola
l the grand maws in the country will be figuing out wai r
and round robins. Bill Veeck in St. Louis Is p what
of us knew all along, that showmanship without a w
Isn't worth a quarter. I 'W
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I keep aying to all rumo-'The Detroit rbol In the nx
lean League i not for sale.' erod. Ade to Oec t
Nesoprtl; ruceird sau#ekg, Indganpod. andd Wllar to
, W o, S, : kqth was It on thed r r
Tadt .o fi reysg eatet refemed to wthb re
Intr Ba<^^D^Po atertletterI ptrtw C
ard h. reason was an eyewitnm e rtoSril 's
oa that u srise and agones withoPalanteshp Thoit a at
time. The qdSlaM o at let ally ae i sheot. IIetr
ed to the White Sox, finds AL umpires deBt aD i teB
ee1mi the NIPy do. The Glants couldn't r ao ri e fm ferg i;
but he's bIti plach hmia for the Yankee s only mewa e.
Connie Mack says his 1912 team was the best he ever i
together but It aild him. That's why he wasn't the tflt to 1t
five consecutive pennants, for he had winners in 1910, Iill,19 t
in that Mne inras an e-two tor 19111 AT hatatl.
and 19l1. Two Cleveland discaruds, Mickey Vern' a

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PANAMA. R. P. SATUIDAT, AUGUST 22. 19Wl


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SUNITED NATIONS, N.Y. Aug. Lodge, Jr.. said ;lllv that "we've gates to dispute 1L0OP Br B
,22 (UPI The United SLates got enough votes." He said In- tion that India Wotl li lat
claimed victor today In Its dia's bid for a seat on the Far of the forthcoming ttL .fo -
Scampaign to exclude India from Eastern conference would be de- ference. To someI, t tIe
the Korean peace conieence. feated it the Indiana did not U.N. special esalntli PA over
Voting on the Issue was ex- withdraw before the U.N. Gen- but the voting.
INEA Teleplaetol pected to be very close, with eral Assembly votes on It. -
TE OFF Hdding; a box of Britain, the Commonwealth 1tere stll -. A l
Tolf balls in his htnd. Presi- countries, Russia and her sat- Veteran obserers predleded chame an i Otam ,
dabt Elserniower steps f.m his ellites, and most of the West- an extremely lose ballot, and would squeak m
ime-after landing at Lowry ern European members oppos- figured India's max lm-E by the faet thw jru two
Ai Force Base. Colo. The ed to the United States' stand. strength at 3 votes hi tl s m.or tl
President had lust returned The deciding votes appeared to sembly. That wpld .rdna that me- a d 00th
fo. a.hlne-hhur New York lie with the 20-nation Latin the United StIto V io* _igd 9f VMN o*np-
(. .:.- t where. he attended American bloc, still badly split 19 votes to biok a two-thMls .. .
the dedication of a hoislng on the issue. majority. th .-
S development U. S. Ambassador Henry Cabot oal 13 or 13M t -I -nation
..-- ,- -- -- . Abstentions do not count in stUn-Americamtbloct_ .the
the balloting and change the Indian invitatl Fom obta
factor in calculating two-thirds the regulad. roi-
majorities. ty. There.hOTa 6M "l -
ony Stretif Lodge proved right, t ap- U.N. hsto hn t US. could
S peared that te B. progam Met awing that much Latin sup-
would be adopted by the Assem- port....
In ih Qua yv r O W sw o P bly with no change. The IVnm- The big! Art:t e
bly would thus recommend ivl- moment .twlb Co.a3t'.
.. .. ..- o -- stations to all 17 countries that
ONb-' OX.r;, Aug. 22 know existed. Some or all of ouht for nthe U.N. n the Ko-
a- 1"I I rean war and-with U.S, bleussi l '
l o.ova tu)tt crept them apilren were mepcap- baited bid, to Russia to at-
ui .the turned in.1t1 irtage -o-the proved thC otber sIde
'-iU F p of' e. on fighting. t ed proddedd th- sde
as l eq&tqn. -. Big As' the. exchange pror& osed dei I ."it,, T s'
INAi 4a0'0%t {l'~ ." Ithrough its second .haf, nhe o the-Indl -4, ,1,. :
e-oV tutst..t. t ee. 47 number of homebound Amerlao a "ils r ht
of ~ 4f capUves. Lal- iu renptriates mounted steadily. said'to a-- w St w ,m l I
in ,~R- n.S n a penof I The transport Marlne Adder Raalmr ,
ifne". -. .. I was scheduled f s11l for g n s h n '
0s came ou of Fianclsco from L wit h. op i tt
tCTy TllylnP aT b-lancm 0GIs out of Cbmmin t ecptivtr.
on 'rs.. others .- the first The shin follows the nOe. Wal- M in r
ie r'n sere sd wea ,L acd pin- ker and the Gen. Pam n Ihb .I b th f ''Ld
vw thevw 9d to be helped ocean pipeline repatriating pris- aPhSelIS e '' O'', th o,
d4-. fo r trucks. one. ,pearoo tl .r ....tob
". .r ,rs *. oer' T epetriate ~~s board the t l f t u t e
Sre -of the wounded me.n Marine Adder last nibht. and the ai o .f aS' i. aSS .
Worre s tesh tst m on their arms .hip was due out of Inchon har- by Igir ..a~.ri, l tnIml Cht
and lej. Indleptlne thev _had br at hirh tide toward midday. and I, er'h. con
ee6I .thot in the flal days of Aboard wma mgt. John G. John- -
e* ^1 i. . ( on of LaPorte. Ind.. had In That measure would h raW..i o6 ieiorthi
r" w 5.L 4WIP evacU1ated unh yr mission. He had to tell assembly sent to North r' h W i
Ie~o': iC to .freAPVb- Vl mother that ber son had .e- and Comunist Chlna al repos
Il d i htc aeti tmide.thae clded to stay with the Commu- lutiofs adopted,by the U.N. Th
sh I. -r' AmeQCl a ambu- nists communists would be Invited to on
4 "He made me promise I would dend their comments back to the tive
,r fIU .( rl.it. a tell his mother," Johnon id U.N. he r
ri'dendi.k g.3 aBritons. .300 "IT don't know how I'll say It, but
osC*i.orent., twoi French. 6e 1.'11 try Such' a procedure might d1asy '
S:'Cre Austrttaiiand one| the start Of the conference, niow In
an. a scheduled for not later than Oct. the O
promised to release 400, A n Mm Ih 8. It would Opeh the way for M u r
te .men tomorrow.' Including -* .the Reds to nut before the world and. RrSe aw m -
iJ r e".4cf's. I nhe l. mu I a organization their views on the eral ee from
.F ~r-he fltet tinre In three ( Hi ra conference composilton the tutil ngl
r. tbe Upied Ntions reless-' Assembly decided against Invjt- -. *fit .
*-. tB- full .dpily ou6ta of 2.400 A a-. J ing North Korean and Chinese even wch w 'i i
1 Storima fearlit-* In the r Communist representatives herw to r -
4had 'ade rt lniipbOsiblp to to do so and such a procedure san, oiplF. p o
tMa6e Co nmuists 'from K .oe ... ;- would carry the final decision slogI lets.T m ,
Sal]" l WASHIDNGTAllON, Anr. 22 (UP) on ,the parlev set-up into the ret 'rka of itI ,.
i. of the Allid casoUves Dr. Alien V. Astin resumed next A mbly session, starting h sbbert and otm.
e66 1 bank-t-odav were. reort- o nent directorship of the Sept. 15. mat U well rop of
dld ,' q fj rom Cmo r No. .9. a ,1"'nnel Bureau of Standards to- T amefa .la. Ml,
S9.. the Allies did not even dev under new reforms stripolini Lodge tol newsmen the a- ar Bena t d
*,U* : .. 'him of some of his former pow- dam nt U.S. position against who -yltaled.
i. m..ers*.u. perrt.lipation of India and other 'aut hr of ur -
SIn a complete about-fce. WeCO- ne-beligerents is basd on a del d tosr sto f
1 merce SecretMarv Bincltr Wakbe Ivpat desire for theeventual Ci aed t
announced st nl t that he return home of a half-nillon org f a -
I hpt p droroned his plah to fire Amerirnn troops In the Par Bt. ed ao botbh de.
":- '. Aist.tn because e Z am onvtinceri~e said the U.S. was eager to the i -a, fw yeass
...... that it is In the best Interetis of mae th peace arley "as work- when d: tournie, h a6
Al the hurean and the public" abe as possible" to achieve this l n T S baletFlol -
Wepks forced Ahtin's resirni-,'ed. ael- zWi -
: tion last sorini in a row over Therewas little disposition a- Thd einl's flstappem-
S. .the h Prt ry chemical. AD-X2. among the United Nations dele- i-- ib-o n ty.
but ter reinstated him tem- '
Soo'arllv after scientific groups
rpl-pd a storm of protest. 1
F. P cknewleroA&d last nlirht
. thpt the permanent reinstate- Depu y Pu c Ir
'Z. mpn IR "con+rprv to my prev-,
lf ous views." Bt -he sird Astin .
ranir dcslre" ntn e a De es Dokcum i eftS ,
offi'l! in tl new adminrtrt-1
tion and "aa such he Iq ftom
Here on a member of my team." WASHINGTON. Aug 22 fUP) martine.l oterc3wl
.i ,- L deputyy Public Printer Phtlip safled e fie.
L. Cole said yesterday he knowsded R
of no secret documents stolen Cole t1 re
l U. from the Government Printing tell .wet
M.Aii. 'office and challenged the "cred- : atol secret
TTom Ibility" of witnesses before Sen. docu
SJoseph R. McCarthy's permanent Coleny did
B investigating subcommittee. square e b
He said suggestions that A- on th -
bionb or H-bomb secrets might pliedh t
'j have been available to prntln saidnot eton
75 office pies are "as far from the a, .di
-truth as possible." men
Cole, who ai o in ton security "I imny vu
PRODCTION officer of the efflee, disclosed that himn tU
so i that P0lblie.p-nttr Ravmpnd any
A blattenbe rg? f asked -Defens that.
s.eretar- cCbed 1X.. Wilson to loyal.
make .b.m':keek of the ss
25 prhivnt--n~g I 1. He saidmIt
r">~~~t'Z~ 1 Ithe ulditSlllde in the last of
S'two d or I McCarthy." thl.
I. "P "To ai eftwe have ol
1M ',S 'O '51 'S1 I5. been now log period of
time," he iw V"WI believe this lay
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