The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01695
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01695
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Finally Ends

OpD-2 1stDay

PARIS., Aug. 25 (UP) -French
labor's 21-day offensive against
M ovmet economy measures
rcked tonu~ht when CommU-
aiat unions ordered railroad
-triker back to work.
of the non-Communibt-
apreviously had ordered
men back to the job.
dre of thousands of
cxven who had joined .te 2,-
~d s0papm strike In pte a-
government econ oy
grll.n remained out this
in defiance of ollrn at
theson-Comimunnst labor- lad-

kers of the Communist
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President Joe A. Remdn has accepted on invibteiuu
to visit President Dwight D. Eisehewer in WasHlmgt .
Sept. 28, the White Huse disclosed today.
The announcement by the White House was m
in Denver, Coe., where Mr. Eisenhower is vacationieg.3
said thePanamd6 President and Mrs. Rem6n pro
would remain in Wa tington three days.
"Th visit is a further demonstration of the co I
relations and historic friendship between the UW
States and tl Republic of Panama, which will thisye
celebrated 5h anniversary of its indepnddence,' tj
White House nment added.
Col. rirmed the news at noon od A :
ing that of special significance m t
nioa i v i Prorching talks Ibtween d ..
and. tb.e SeNpos on treaty revisions.
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Hil~ Eb Te ci ;T Seucre. who bolnt wIet Panama sani of which will be SS
Sf' w W ". Anwbauoador Rbberto &eutemat- ed free, will be ailowtif
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4 MAnS n OAvg NEW YORl 417,,t 1 Vom m ent
e pUIPr IN ADVANCE -S .70 o2.50
NOn OPY EAR. IN ADVAN C1 50 4 00 By Vilcor Rlesel

THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN There's a sizeable circle of la-
bor officials In this land who
apparently don't mind bulges in
P Itheir well-tailored$250 custom-
sewn 'uits--just so long as the
IB \man they're about to blackmail .
a knows that the bulge snugly cov- -.
-- era a gun holster. That's good
The Mail Bean on open forum for readers of The Panoam Amer* business-and can bring as much .
ean. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi- as a quarter of a million dollars .
dentiel manner, with each "conference."
if you contribute a letter don't be lpatint it it doesn't appe ,the And it will do little good for
neax day. Ltten are published in the order received. the decent and crusading labor
PleaseI ry to keep the letters limited to em pao e lenth. leaders to say bitterly that the
Identity to letter writers i held in strieest eotideqce. honest men inside labor are be- *
This newspaper assumes no esposibility for rttetens es opinions ing pilloried and unjust criti- .
expressed in letters from more rs cied and associated wmth the
S oons. The responsibility now
rests on these honest men. just
HUMANE LAWS FOR ANIMALS as the responsibility for exposing
D Cristobal. the rackets rests on_.Jhose who
Dear Sir: Please publish the following: write or broadcast the news.
Reference is made to a letter, signed Patrick Henry, which Recently, for example, there
appeared in The Mail Box. Thursday. August 20, 1953, and con- wa filed in the Eastern District
cerned the subject of what the Canal Zone Code provides about of Missouri, a Grand Jury report d
Cruelty to Animals. which, among other things, midd
As early as 1909. An Executive Order, signed by Pres. Wm. H. am otherthings d:
Taft, was published in the Panama Canal Record (Official pub-
ilcaluon of Laws and news for Canal Employes at that time,. re "Much of the esidenee before

n Cristobal iPost Office Building or can be requested from the a ty oonsenso a rantgel k
Head Library in Balboa, through Cristobal Library. that Intended extortion vie-
tirms. and workers who might
complain, were able to see m c
UNDER 18 YEAR2 s AND FOR e0 0~~or me. this Grand Jury report.
"Under authority vested in me by law. It is ordered: marked a turn into a road fhrm
1. Chapter 11 of Title XUI of Act No. 14, of the laws of the which no honest labor leader can
Canal Zone, Is amended by. the addition thereto of the retreat. There has been so mucH
following sections; bulging about the New York wa-
Section 210 L2. (This has reference to cruelty to chll- terfront that the country has u
dren i and is omitted In this copy,. been swindled Into believing that
2. Section 423. Chapter XIV. Title XVI, of Act No. 14 of the when they lav old King Ryan to. .. -.- .. ,. ..
laws of the Canal Zone is amended to read as follows: rest, all labor crime will have
Section 423. Every person who shall overdrive, over- been hit by some political penl-
load. torture, cruelly beat or inDjur. maim, mutilate or cillin.
kill or deprive of necessary.food, o shelter, or work when Well, the Grand Jury report
unfit for labor, any animal whether. ,lld or tame and points out that there is wide-
whether belonging to himself or tiiater. r who being spread violation of the Federal
th owner or possessor or hhing charge.or custody of a Anti-Racketeering Act by "self-
maimed, diseased, or infirm animal shall abandon it, or seeking and responsible labor -. u RUR
leave it to die in a street, road or.other place, is guilty of leaders. especially the local busi- .-'" -* P ,
a misdemeanor. ness agents...not only in the -
Any police officer may lawfully destroy or case to Eastern District of Missouri but ROME. the ]'hurt eatat7 art e
be destroyed, any animal found abandoned ant not prop- In the entire state. and In other Ote n h I rdtex bAS
early cared for, appearing, In thE Judlgmei of tw repu- sections of the U.S., particularly br a d b no rd l d
table persons called by him to view the ale In : ,pres- Kansas City. the State of Illinois, for a long Ma tingo on te ti
Sence. to be injured or diseased pV .Fr any use- and the State of New Jersev." We when Busr out of Ja "
ful purpose. can add to that roster of locall- Mr. ourg am t e
Any duly appointed agent of a *V anl ed hu- ties.usly a
mane society in the Canal Zone m~~'o ioned by But let's take that as a start sor. .o i -at '
the proper authorities of the Canal Zone as special Po- From some 150 witnesses and Mr. Jore it.
lice Officer for the enforcementof the provisons of this masses of documents we find with a bl ade
Order and of any other law, regulation or order in force shakedown rackets which amaze aea" of the t W
In the Canal Zone for the prevention of cruelty to chll- even veteran trail sniffers advantage of brihent
dren and animals, and when so commissioned shall be this beat. Shakedowns brouh gets outof hand and asking a |i r
Svestea for that purpose with all the authority of a mem- much as 250,00 from aci In the mouth. outh
r ,. ^ ber of the Canal Zone Police Force. -c as t whtruy. that oy dear ogd mte muD me I. .of
St he of t. TCo l. icieFr.lertq Shboj'ects h o of these things. She used t use a lath. the hisd arl .
S Whi'e House. Oct 2, 1909. iNo 11301" take. ane. That's 'bg Ad quit when her hand hut. sailed m with t
nd of Exec. Order. t surprises me that we bans er v qthe enamo ta. the
d o c. Ordr. Ad th e honest labor leaders, child at all thehe days..because I tiougit we 4d lam that se
Will some reader who has knowledge of the preentCanal men who will mee right in become so advapeId I out thinking that allch- he
Wl sCode inform er so hs knwho wish to prevent cruelty St. Louis next month for the un- dren should be treated as adults rea d has a tqI e
e Code inform us, persons who wish to prevent cruelty to usually brief one-week AFL con- into goodness. I have been avca the ; C
cl aden and animals, thru the Mail Box, whether the Executive mention, must ow knoL nto goodness. I have been a th ucceson of
Order quoted. or some similar provisions, are Included In the Code they cannot talk bou t "pro- ars Attla the f ,Ii I thae a
ow In practice? h gresve police action," or the you took the little i t dr th
S Im.- need foror more hospitals, build- mite m U respat f~ )at door with d
MULES IN RESIDENCE? ngs or lower rents, when in these When I was a bo t
Br; Nstates their own local union of- maudlip again) children went to bed on the dot. son's bustable oi
This replies o a GI wife's letter. ficials have prevented, delayed They oid "yes, alr" and "no, sir" and "please" guards bala's iigm
Yo letter of Aug. 18 to Mal Box was read by ma or arp increased the cost of and "thnK vou." They were not allowed to ex- parent l no of ai Al
Your letter of Aug. 18 to Tlhe Mail Box was read by man .of such ou in lare quotations. They con- oveenthfuee the admin
Canal Zone employes with Interest and sentiment to. you.an for the people.
Canal Zone employes with interest, and sentlimenL to. you. and conrtihr on of such facilities press tb2sAelves in large quotations. They con- overenthusiae the admi
oahersln the same boat. for te people formed, tl duty.
SI have just found out that our Governor 4ha decided to let h.Th set u formed to some rules ant rgdi nation r my Intend to riW va
eatra quarters not to GIs, nor to retired (analminntoyq, but. o TIe honest labor lee set up y bdd1 Tned ne io nm et conform for my i
S tivaie contractors.. gathered in hat conventiion they Idr smacked on the fundainmet. nymously of ca great
SThey are allowed to move right in, with tele~ hOne- pre4A- wil not be able to talk of elvil Like Am Bwyer'eaAunt Polly. I znver knew a children who ail railed
all .and commIsary privileges. . rhts unless they clean up sprout who received a lick amins. because the lam a ken o rofise
Best advice to you and other unfortunate GllI la tobe- those who are daily terrorizing average kid got away with enough, murder so ftjeema to me tt.o all
o ,me.ndlv with some contractor, nd maybe he will help you hundreds of thousands of that aW unjust pat on the fanny waimonly just along since tbhe w y-ied
ombtatte quarters th-at you so badl need, and bel a poor king men--and AFL memr- pyamelt fr accrued and unpunished M~hme. dandy prerVaw for live
btaxj t G0 you are entitled to. bes at that. It spoelel gry few egos among Inyr omhanions. a thi the aounr s reall
s dure you would shdi more consideration for your neigh- -
na pair of Mississippi logging mules waking all the Since I suspect no one will dis-
m at 4:3 in the mornlmtK y stompingon the floor with tribute copies of the grand jury
oots. report to all AFL delegates let
our different organizations and clubs wiB.come to your n quote from it on this point: .
SAfter talking to many. I believe they will. "Our investigation of infringe-
SYour friend and tax payer, ments on the rights of our citi-
A Lock Operator soen, particularly on the rights
,of union members, by labor -
racketeers disclosed that large
tI!s of money have been extort-
d from various contractors by Lb O a former h as surro
i I and irrespo slble Is- T the tPastifo e dria both f taom
ao bthave stopp ir t Let's 1or a drink sad a 4avariet... LbrMe i sI
t to obtain their o*nmli Or i rPlaza, it yesa go orU. an the that's h
*ETI 1h nKIUIIHLa *f M S a* y n
S nevebeen the A lek Jibk the dare aa ter tee. o A-he
S"Before continuing, this grand dour ao same s o avenger. Oot 1f 1 U .
to th- goes on record that In con-
cn its ineCIRCUIT n ,r . .O 4 no alt D.? ,.,, .IEi
Dla inctoieotion o a- ne dar Let's Ia tin e h t i. _uht D YW i_ 1
inor Oma n and his communSity bgs a low-spndt e t Last wee kr
situatn itn hamnete mar ben the A uia lek I thet, daring, and latL U VIS dine. whieb
purpoa t of the grand Jury to The inu. om N eok' id
osdpna labor and labor unions .W)
CEN TRAL AST sHOWING sent. uubU-it p that some ofiials D ii d'ltoti aster
-LS- "(But) The public or commu- binalkya'sI~U are solldtng esi L4t l s #Ooz f oU
Inity as a whohl bas suffered ir-fMaoqr, Wvm au-agy Lbeal Party
SILVANA MANGANO 0 VITTORIO GASSMAN epari e damage and loss re- ,oay acinefs tase fa
and AMEDEO NAZZARI. ,uting in: of J .Zll .,' -* *
S'"Much higher construction dough fOe ci YiMo avenger. Oue
coats which have been passed on active 's MMIX" fund raisers UM TRUNK
"ruE rE1 W ORE 'Dela n m completion of many
protects which has hindered pro- from the fNaiever Committee wto

"Delay In completion pf many tia stalin WEE the ILOWU,
proje et ital to the citizenryero ldIn out-of-towan
1o without ad quatE housing, hnve m o to u tosta'ictu n
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tie Douglea repot repreenmt, in
my opinion, a real contdputidn.
to thinking ]A the field of ddl-
larpterlint. relationships" Mr.
e liower told Randall. "I ree-
ommend the report to the misa
sion of you and your assoclats
as you undertake your canvas of

mt i study strikes mie as a
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national Imnterest i
State are deey he
otata o steIrr V A
clal strnth of the *t.
--all the member qi t f_
the United Kel*.
colonies, tte Rep
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hs rating their coorew," he calls
:ow'd. -n "Ten years and _Soqands of
UOnt-*( ,seas have 1. ,bwork is
thew bst' emo-
,- nally ulpe|.- AA .. they
"r are told not toofftake
at fa rest, or g o1a theyy
10_ 4 are told thAt j-tm. than'
redek U ever, they mustsI- th-ijobs
t and let the good Of their
mdally work -held 10 Oft A wtl
*ba g the emotionalJ ADMto
Help this all- N Dr.
rbe t hatt Dershimef argu%, W keeping
sa bl his world tog'tag.g1bp his
Swe props under ht' If possible.
.to Treat him like ao wlal o eun.
Mani VDn't abandon b Iw.. nat 'he
M rs etr ujeleange topa-
ceity. a feeliniff VelOW washed

tcl i alD .- The W on eptort fuses
otional -ilto use some the traditional
Syour methods of prychlatry, the mag-
i at'wrongs C azine says. -
living." By -at He does mot- .te protracted
toto Unt treatment: thee or ftou visits
IU, teadt are enoub. ,re do--n't
c. Dersh4 care aabdto v. t *life.
usene, oreferrine n p. nd
o con, MIl- he doesn't think belong
to put.tli ,e In doctors' offices ore than
medy intoler Sta- bathtubs. .
Stions, banish j 3 --o He does iot ber ap-
stead of being ol 'to nroach floolproof. EM doe-
ie tbe c t' ,tor he has hibslmi Mn6me-
S Don't tW~ to jae tl tIe times he refers e"aautsdde for
Wotions; 'eon WMi more orthodox psychlat0 treat.
4. ,,SeUlh ea j ment. SomethteIf bmya suur-
id of umm get hospitalization, ver is
fpaiket of tient kept on tlh ff there
Aheler aoonalu ea a rialsk to hip he mental or
the IhPont poychtriat. i ivslcal. 34
"don tin for Dershimer. who'e4l lxty-three.
ally ehi 4ad for m; it f* eajge to DuPont aftlr 37 years as
Ty mae I st the :Cow 1p0bilec health-doeatr. Industrial
Wys. phytan. Tychlat**. psvcboh
By not codn hs patients or analyst trainedi by iKinle of
crwlig into r emotional di Freud i. m al-hospl-
filnes with thv e feels he lib- physician, clinic director and
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SThe mnobena of Cristobal PellesFree ewoortd a picnic
at Polce Park,. Braws Brko, ftuda fwl0 1M f k. honor of
Congressman Frances L Dorn, Representative htti New York
and his family.

Approximately 140 members
and their families were In at-
tendance. There were games apd
refreshments for the children' to
enjoy beside the delicious picnic
supper that was served.
The invited guests included
Major and Mrs. George Herman,
Captain and Mrs. R. W. Grif th,
Captain and Mrs. B. A. Darden,
Captain and Mrs. John M.
Fahnestock, Captain and Mrs.
Carl O. Baldwin, Captain and
Mrs. Macon A: Turner, Sgt. and
Mrs. Jack C. Sutherland, Bgt.
and Mrs. James L. Hatcher, Mr.
and Mrs. Ted McGann and Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Munro.
Governor and Mr. Gonzalez
Entertain With Dinner
Governor of Colon and Mrs.
Maria Jose Gonzales entertained
with a dinner at their home, New
Cristobal, Sunday evening.
Their guests Included Captain
and Mrs. Lyle L. Koepke of the
Coco Solo Naval Station and Col.
and Mrs. Robert F. Alexander
of Fort Amador. formerly of Ft.
Mrs. G. H. Sewell Honored
at Coffee Party
The wives of the Shore Battal-
Ion at Fort Davis entertained
Mrs. George H. Sewell, wife of
the Post Commander last Fri-
day, with a coffee party at the
home of Mrs. James B. Hum-
phrey with Mrs. Lloyd H. Wise
as co-hostess,

The 26 ladies who made up the
group presented Mrs. Sewell with
a wood rose corsage and a ster-
Hug silver centerpiece which
omsisted a bowl, candlesticks
and a dinner belL
Mlsa Helen Brennan, house
guest of Mrs. Wayne Cecil, pre-
sided at the coffee service.
Breseqntatlves to Girls Nation
Ta e at Elbert Wald Meeting
Thlee will be a meeti ig of El-
bert 8. Wai4 Unit, No. 2, Ameri-
can Legion, Wednesday, August
28 .at 7:30 n.m. in the American
Legion Hall, Old CristobeL Mrs.
Muriel Haywood. president, will
be in charge of the meeting.
rThe Misses Shirley Million of
Pedro Miguel and Barbara Hick-
ey of Margarita, representatives
from Girls State to Girls Nation
held in Washington, D.C.. July
31st to August 6th. will be in at-
tendance at the meeting and tell
of their experiences while nl
Arrives F rom New York
Per Thit s Critohel .
Mri. Rupseum We
Xdtwek, New York, fil A
terday aboard the .. Pan.am
for an Indefinite visit with her
mon and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Russel R. Oberholtzer
of _)few Cristobal. She was ac-

Now Doctor Will
Know How It Feels
OMAHA (UP) The first
thing Kenneth L. Urwiller did
after becoming a doctor was
go to a hospital.
But he didn't go to work.
Urwiller went in. for an ap-
pendicitis operation one hour
after he received h s medical
degree from the University of
Urwiller became 111 the night
before commamaement. But doc-
tor friends, who said an opera-
tion was ne ry, helped him
out of ice pae and to the audi-
torium. He walked slowly past
Dr. James P. Toitman to get
his diploma, then was taken
out a back door, missing most
of the speeches.
A4 hour later bq was in



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companiled by her son who has
been visiting members of his
fa" in New York for the past

Grethen Staplesunest of
Honor at Bap VeM L2 Party
Miss Marlyn h of New
Cristobal, ent at the
home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harvey D. Smith. with a
party anduca enpr hunt, -to
honor her :=u,MUaI Gretchen
Staples of Coeoll.
The guesI included Martha
Johnsfon, Breada Hutchbl, Pat-
ty Cawl, Marie Bleakley .and
Stephanie Beck. Also Kenneth
Stone, Eddie Pabop, Eddie PQtoe,
John Stevenson, Jimmy Brooks,
Barry Davison, Dvid_ Haw-

Liorne anda iurgl iountz.
The winners ol the hunt were Ralnbow ate
Patty Cawl and Eddie Pabon. Changed to Weuday
Miss Staples left yesterday with The meeting of Cristoblot'MA
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. sembly No. 2. Order of RainboW
Staples of Cocoll, to make their for Girls, will be held tomorroW
home in Kentucky. at 7:00 p.m. with Miss Kathe,
ine Argo, Worthy Advisor, prm
Corporal and Mrs. Sibley siding. All Masons and aitef1
Leave for States Home Stars are invited to attend.
Corporal and Mrs. Charles This will be Miss Argo's 1%l4
Sibley who lived at Coco Solito, meeting before she leaves Thur1
left recently aboard the trans- day by plane for Spokane Wash-
prt Private Thomas, en route ington, where she will a
toMemphis, Tennessee, where Nurses Training.
they will reside following Mr. -
Sibley's discharge from the Ar- N.C.O. Wives of Fort ,
my. The couple have been active Gaulek to Have Luaebde .-4
workers in Margarita Union The members of the N.04
Church circles. Wives Club of Fort Gaullt, -u
have a buffet luncheon for the
Teen-Agers To Be Guests monthly social meeting to be
At Elks Club Dance held at the N.C.O. Club, tomor-
There will be a dance for teen- row at 1:30 p.m. All member
agers at the Elks Home, Brazos are Invited to attend.


Aid His Orchestra

From the 'top nit ipot .
of North' and South Amerloa,.
featurinlWvin Pianoe!

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Unit Meet at f H m
Member l e Ftr '
The regular m thly iM
meeting of Nathaniel J.
Unit, No. 3, American
was held August 19 at the
of Mrs. George Marsh, at.
Guliek. The pre.sdd t,
Blanche Maxon, was In
of the meeting. After t
ing a social hour w
when games were p
prices awarded to the
Mrs. Joba MacDerm t,
Edward Mann, Mrs.
dale. Refreshments were
by the hostesses, Mrs. Marsh
Mrs. Lewis Lee.
Others present were
Merle Mounts, Mrs. Ru
Mann and the Misses Ettl'mt
Mountz and Freddie Anne
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news to her bridge club: A 'er-1
tain young couple was rumored
on the verge of divorce. T7en she
eased her eonscience by plead-'
ing: "Please don't say anything
about it. There may not be any|
truth in it at all." How much
kinder and more charitable it is
to refuse to pass on gossip than
to pass it along with.the admon-
itlon: "Don't tell a soul."
She didn't ease her conscience.
Who in.A--Ali h" vnit

I South West North at Se ratronaun-a selr sy Pc.
146 Pass 1 Pass
1 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass ting up the tack of spades, nat-
Pass Pa.ss urally enough.
Opening lead-- K South ona with the king ol
spades and o*ntUnued with a
spade to the ace. He led a thirc
round of spades, giving East the
OLne u, li.. ii colorful bridge trick, and this is where Grau
players to take part in the re- made his dramatic discard.
pent national championships at;
St-. Louis was Art Grau of Day- Perhaps you haven't noticed
tona. what Grau was afraid of. He
had. after all, opened the king
He was a professional football of clubs and -he was afraid that
player, in the National League, his partner would return a club
some 30 years ago and later be- instead of a diamond. A club re-
came a newspaperman. turn would give declarer the
SToday's hand is one of Orau s contract and therefore had to be
most dramatic bridge exploits, headed off at all costs.
and I think it will be startling
enough to suit anybody's fancy. To prevent the club return.
. I will be delighted to hear from Grau discarded the ace of clubs.
ia-' jody who can top this story.) The meaning' of this discard was
Crau opened the king of clubs omite unmistakable. Obviously
from the West hand. since he west didn't have solid clubs,
was slightly suspicious of South's.since he had failed to continue
opening bid. When East played the suit when he was on lead.
the discouraging three of clubs. Hence he must be urgin< his
Grau decided that the opening partner to abandon the suit.
bid had been "legitimate" so he
switched to the three of dia- East correctly Interpreted the
monds. signal and led the jack qf dia-
monds through declarer's aueen.
T'(." rer played the king ot iThe defenders thus collected four
diamonds from dummy. winning diamond tricOs. a soade and a
the trick. He next led a low cluh to defeat the contract two
sDade from dummy, holine toltrickp. But for Gratns dramatic
duck the trick to West in order signal. Fast probably would have
to r0velrn thpe nr'ps v-ithorp al- retrrnpd a club. and declare
l]n< ;'.- Fi't in oq;in tr"', ]pad. would have made his game con-
F 0s scotched this plan by put- tract.

(A I lmlled Number of Pasenger Berths)
M S Chill ... . .......... ...... ............... Sepi 7th
SS Arenfian ..... ....................., I. Sepl 9th
SS Couiance. ............ .. ........ Sept 10th
M S Wmnnipg ... ......................... ...... . Sep 0th
S.S Antilles . Auguit 27th
SS Flandre .................................. ...... Se 5th
WeekIs paql Cargo Sere Ietrrt Cristobal. Ba!boa & Wet (.oast
of L S & Canada
Clrtlebal: 1nENLH LIh.'. P0. 1sX 5015 Tel. 3-247 6 1818
Palnam: LINDO T MADTURO. S. A. Box 1038
Tel. Panamid -13 3-1691

Great W i.te Fleet


S.S. "MABELLAA "............................... ..
S.S. "PLATANO" ................................. 4
*S.S. "CHIIIRIQUI" ................................
*S.S. "SANTO CERRO" .......................... 1
S.S. "BYFJORD" .......................... 11.
S.S. "LEMPA" .............................. ...t

* Handling Rdrlerated. CUUlled and Genral Corp.


S.S. "MORAZAN" .................................A,
S.S. "ULUA" .. .......................... ... 5
S.S. "C. G. THULIN" ..............................
S.S. "MARNA" ...............................Sept. 31

Passenger Sailings to New Orleans
via Santa Marta, Colombla.


S.S. "CHIRIUI" ......... .................... .
S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ...... ..... ,..............

Weekly selling, of twelve passenger ships to New Turk, New
Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisoo and Seatt

Special round trip fare from Cristobal to New Twrk,
Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle,
To New York ................... ...........
To Los Angeles and San Franlisco .........SaM&
S To Seattle ..................... ........... .


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Royal Mall Lines

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M.V. "SAMANCO" .............. .... ........... Aug.
M.V. "SALINAS" ..................... ........ -pt.


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M.V. "DALERDYK" ................... ..... ...Au. 2
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M VU , ateenr-agers getting the upper
hand with their parents.
cad- So long as parents are sold
'"W,. 'm :a or on the idea that it IS a crime
LLyW rt ..or HOA)YW Ca.1 S BIG PROFIT to make their childrenaf-
usn hind the mee I .Mtw ferent in any wayfrom "the
d usc d to myself t Maybe Presidet Eisenhower crowd," the crowd is going to
''Jaka. When I first put t on.i I saw the box-office- figures on run their parents.
v e I lookedlike Male "The BJeast 0fra 0 thoms
St. hower." when he vetoed the 20 per cent They'll demand and get
7 '"r" .federal theater id lrson tax. things their parents can't af-
to Robert Wagner, h o 4Jack Diets pronhad thrlal.r lord by pleading that "all the
r"s "ti the th fan magazi ne -'em-up for 180,000 but had difficulty other kids have such-and-such."
Slthe i i aeay 1 t -_o- tn se taking taey 1, o se lllng 1t to a Imam b stdio. They'll demand and get prtv-
"n W e thR- lol told ,E yer 'fd im finally Warer lesed the ileges they aren't old enough
wai -tOd l aib .ln Bg trtu i e W E t a l Plm or OIN30 JPt Diets a to have oi-the grounds that
-ho0o0d be mof ha l sen- t a ne bing a role thit r R ol- handsome proit all the other kids get to stay
Smartment 'i a M nati nL's lywood lad with flaw profile Latest suem m nthe film's out until such and such a time
S.h i white w S d profits: 15 or get to drive cars to high
-te a- d- mg -ct mhefst 0o .0 school, and so forth.
ba "ned economy". n w fare Steve Cochrn e und Nol-
e-m id ilet, "he4 lie, a r n rIt Tr h yli, are They'll demand and get to
ta aon fr Statl e. bU ._ Juno =rn swoim' V Turkish pr nce., re neither sensible or wise
-o f -f eJuniorswe Ro, he' m to be ol the irepnst k
Si lu. In- al o whole career IsW --o0 o- Just because the parents are
XI Vi, -t 0f. an f than me.e mti reevi=. o The romantic spar that so afraid of making their chil-
10of.a'4t than at halt a s ast d be' started between Am ShqlaIn dren "different."
t O 7without" oa rnll? roU the.flAe I. e- and .Mexican star Audaiph A-
oo r. Soehd on pp hfrom the Oft cotta dur lnla Of age Actually what is so wrong
-iBS3or urrt r al.u.0.s l :. of the Jun Ls" e # S o aood Isz- with a child's being different
fcurrt Good news Gon: ed flame. l udhlpb dngt to from the crowd, iU permitting
S"In l tim e Three m i -ushel of reports from the o" com- him to be just like the crowd
t dbI- h'ie Boe x- popcrn Itr mvie pany south of the bdr, rushed is detrimental to the child?
the hsne erties theater s l U n flame to Mexico City eVey week-end
11 iforaai ; inl Tarl9 o- $20.0h Why should you let eally
bifoas r a v2 it r. h..vi something you know you
Sl the d Unless a jor studio bus honestly can't afford, simply
Svil eted "e ean m th picture y because she claims that if she
rpaft l eda Is.1 "The Jean SFimmo earT wth,.r e-p picture doesn't have it she 'll be "die- l

Vaoa lf." He ia.rear- bligtion rLodd e e nrb
Aa lt ror w loca kon. ta H er this yen er obligation 1 er Ctl therent?" Wouldn't It make more I'
"^ ^ subTidy" I ackaomn e ni. studio will havse troub sense to let her face the fact hi
SEll Jie o i former oJ 2.000 to Jean in accordance that al iames aare different
ove o model h r Barbara I with a court rd ing iade when in what they can afford and
.P0 an andide n c le rit- onin .,ftheir, opro or a loee not wie arW neadHctn
l IpD* n Ic ricghu b a love set with tennis champ oward Huhes LttlU It out in what they consider mport- t
1 l T uDale h va-ns Unawase"a husband.
orh on _..n211th prnting A movie houA I nChie hPARENTS LD ASTRAY
,an M ri irs d has mso*he IW copies In wree Dooty I rJ, s do o Why should you let your
efivhe months.. of Dale a spro-. bheharrWyhotdoths.oyoua
Aug. asn (tdr ev _l "lideek week" York Republican ts go to tle N Assocla- bSg~r eai te teen-agera keep hours that you,
e oul Te Yokepubla % = b n know aren't good or their
be de- aid, o tonor Retm Children. chance to see a flat movie."eath if they hae to
e e- national the one pro e al t aT health be-ause I they have to
Sthe dc a i o1 hel om AN AFA AT come home first they'll feel
ne W4e p 1 mLombardo'r ddifl oon ofo "different?
r u 11 l k- ionis" Tho.o.We ev e 1113- e poor entirely nrrounded When we parents are slaves
b t rut by nvorces." to the Idea that out children
L nt~t=t.o%- 1- '-. Mi bustn't be different voe are
ork. doing them a grave Injustloe.
t m Beef Eaters Find s le r
Mf I"2b brq~ln"' Ipy woqi d surely top b that they must -
.a.t.. g t. .a I the.r... ---- -- ficion.- 4N o B e e f In E a 'te ry 7 y d O ZP llth e
Sir the her the to show them that
Snemendt It'san l a theo re OMAHA -When the t is a prlo u a
c wee-wtheeNebr, ft to w k G, wers Asso thlig, something to cultivate,
Cs dolifis from 12 bef ore M oru i3on held Itsannual convet- rather than to be ashamed of.
l IN.O w.ipow herS'04" w b m- s .treamers with tho words There's this to remember, too.
d! t-eu 18Z bf( si&~e pOwer .amr ason them. :t- is tn tci--
TA, c 'on-I -Z"w at Beef" emblazoned in Igoldit we are too impressed with
et. d.L on them.h
the tl Ieu. A lg gum p idea that our children must
.ss c. ",o f ll P dehr, he be different, they have a
eAm wthe t lu Mo Iff crowded Inlto a ddwtoWfl ris- elub over our heads. By uhave
S.amgerinat e t r taurwnt, and began ooLing at it they can make us overrule
a great Mh oi t a menur R Ma Us. our better judgment. That can
and the lbe iraI The unaoment wa ember- make us weak, when we need
Ithenole "lawtr tet the dt ramd Whenl they discovered no to be strong.
Ad Itb W riebut B rbao r Obeef fsa knd on the menu.
thwt-ta O- pre ae but Barbar
ap.50. and that the rmember- knd -__
Ipn l e1P tled Wtake changes hop .idT
4a to stand on thissimue." ter9futsp1 roule

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ales-.... mon pnd Stewrt ,hn enr C un, 35, was Reed C7 Brton's
ltP le bs ook Wi ned #$ d.ol..ere for faPms Francis
Story by a'top' ka breach ofg pINOL. First pattem cOtS
.t. ESV+ id AlaW1'ntEfJ nd mrklb, Ihit theyr,,1,reo OWAever, Chatman told the only $25.84 pr
up altered -beyond reaonstlrt:. 6-pc. pteC
in the magazine that Mught 'anwst extly trouble sttin
.&Mo '' "" ~'~h jj-; me with a knife.
"I H,. si-n ruled tody "
so.. ruleQ taoaLyu us Anlexander, the prty
roamGov. Sm starlet r "Fench Leave and
this engaged In
tide m "8o $nbad," Is the.I -.
It7;. last.ear in "h Sbt +for bll P ...eel. tlce ] o,8, BE(EW. are
lasth yearIn Offloers and members of Jus-
tchaClean teAg FohoeLe U,1,OEW. are
I debmbrass. XSchedulb4 to itend A "very im-
the -.-oOo-- I.r pytmi" meetf tomorrow
Snin Columb isn't wo -l ,about night at 7:30 in h e La Boc La-
,*mtri~ wnj lying 1O4ji )b% -P.Dis 1,popu- teen.
N i ..Ala... t the mmWill- iws Rita A special meeting will be held
1Ezipqn e qay Miss SadeTlomp-by the Boa of Sharon Lodge No.
.. .. h .. P- II eme iergen u re1f4, .1I001, on llturday at 7:30
paktr ,-ecom,. 0.1dM. p.m.

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HWousello sh..l.. l. m iN o Clara, Box 435,
R SALE: Quartermster single FOR SALE:-Dodge Pick Up 2 ton 2 C E. Panama 3.1877,
bed, cover, matching pillows; 25- (1948)i newly painted and in per- ---e
cycle refigerator, 6 cu ft. feet; fect condition. Dodge Dealers, Ti- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Housesoa'bch, S
metal desk, matching choir; Fos- voli Crossing. Center alAvenue Pstreetcornerm in COOL C
toria, Holly pattern; louvres, FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet Con- Telephone 2-3479, Pae retker th
blinds for 12-family apartment; vertible. Excellent condition, radio, To MIAMI & 'EW YORK via AREA s C taWe t-3 "E a
wooden cupboard 4 shelves oak top. tires good. Call Feo- Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way Foster's Cot-es. Pst
sideboard; bookcase with heotng la. 85-2200 or 85-2243, $895.- to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip Sant Cla. Ple 2e i
unit. 0440-J Ancon. 2-1807 after l $126.00. One-way to New York: linens. Phone B *2-
S:30 p. m $114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See Gramlich Santo CiIbii
FOR SALE :-Chevrolet 2 ton Stake PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE toge Electric
FOR SALE We use refuge Body Truck. Inquire at No. 21 telephone 2-1655. moderate t
ator 23 cycle, 9 cu. ft. All porce- Juan B. Soso Street. -m- 4 -7 .
lain. Good condton. $80.00. Co ll, We repair Bendix washing machines, Gomboa; 4.567. P
6-53. FORS SALE-'47 Studebaker. Won- or any other make. Guaranteed WILLIAMS' Santa Clara 96 r Cot-
p-arh s derful condition. $385.00, cash work. Moderate prices, Achurra y toges. Large, comfortable, mein,
FOR SALE- Redwood porch shades needed. Call 7233 (Albrook) be- Becerra Shop. Telephone 3-4687. near beach. Balboa 3050 xcpt
$10.00; icebox $10.00; 9 x 12 teen 3 to 5 p. m.
green bro oolm O rug wth teen 3o SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via ACSA weekends.
r-cuso 120 Ridge Road.FOR SALE:-Studebaker Champion PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85
Balboa Heights. 1950, just pointed metallic green. round trip $135 (15 day limit) "F -
aboradio, heater and aircool, over- $165, good one year; to L 0 S FOR REN
FOR SALE:--Two mahogany book- drive, excellent condition, seat- ANGELES one way, $159.25 round
cases. 4 dining choirs, Misc. kitch- covers. Leaving. best offer before trip $258.64 (90 day limit). Pon- HOD0, .
en utensils, dishes and glasses. Sept. 3. Pedro Miguel Dispensory. ma Dispatch Service. 36 Avenida o
Phone days. BJlboo 3074. from 8 to 12. National (Automobile Row). Tel. FOR RENT:-Choalt, 3 bedroomj in
FOR SALE:-One square black top FOR SALE:-Ford 1947 4 door se- Panama 2-1655. Bella Vista. ,Apply Nd.. 7,tnier
table, six chairs strotghtback, one don, radio, perfect condition. Please R A C Sp. m. to 6 p. .r
table model radio, four bamboo call Balbo 2388. ALp. m to 6 p.
choirs ano two automans with FOR RENT:-Chalet, 3 bdroam in
spring cushions, one 9 cu. ft FOR SALE:-Morris, Santuary Church Miscellanou Bello Vista. Apply No 7 corner
Westinghouse refrigerator with prize. Cheap. National City Bank. Miscell u B 47th Street and Unrup ty from 4:-
spare unit, one complete set of No. 12, 12th Street Paitilla. FOR SALE:-Complete line of Smith 30 p. m. to 6 p. -.
venetian blinds for duplex two Revello. Way Welding Electrodes: Mild
story t30 blinds), one round din- FOR SALE:-1947 Mercury, 4-door steel, cost iron (Machinable), FOR RENT: To Ae.c family
ing table. Misc. items. House 823- sedan. Must sell. Call Balboa 1273 and hard facing. F. ICAZA Y CIA. only unfumi ti e bedroom
X. Apt. B. Croton Street, Balboa. or 2506. FOR SALE-Used fluorescent 4-tube Poitilla. Airport R phow Cris
r 4-tube Poitilla Airport Rosd* phouie Cris-
FOR SALE: House 361 France FOR SALE: 1949 Dodge ton industrial lamps. Inquire at No. 21 tobol 1847.
Field until Friday August 28th. pickup. Duty paid. $450.00. Phone Juan B. Soso Street.
Thereafter 8532 Margarita: Pia- Panama 3-2025. FOR SALE: 37 Red Rck hens.T
no; square quartermasterkisteel FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 4-door, laying and 58 that will be produc- R FIENT
tablewi c ; bed c white sidewall tires, radio, dut ing in October. Bargain price, leav- A
S, ble wih cabinets; used bedaom paid, 7.000 miles. Asking $1 ,- ing. Telephone 4-674 Pedro Mi-
s dracers irn bomahogany 895.00. Phone Panama 3-2025. guel. 8 to 12 m. ATNTON built modern
chest drawers; ironin- board. A TION I i Jk built modern
OR S :-At reduced prices- Bed- FOR SALE:-1 1-2 ton 1942 Dodge FOR SALE:-Singer sewing machine apartmenten; e, two bedrooms,
OR SALE:-At redued pries: Bedining- truck, good condition Phones: in mahogany cabinet; boys and hot and e after. Telephone
i room iset, lvingroom set, mahogany Balboa 2-1541. 2-1522. E. J girls bicycles. Sidewalk bicycle. Panama 3-4941.
desk, bookcase, dressers, chairs, Lowe, Tricycle. Child's wagon. Telephone FOR RENT:---New 3 bedroom
2-3775, Balboa. FoR RENT:-.Jew 3 bedrod. aaciE-
; washing machine, etc. Inquire at FOR SALE:-1937 Ford 2-door se- meant in a modern duplcL. Mat
24 Aquilino de la Guardia St., don, excellent condition. Complete FOR SALE:-25 cycle air conditioner. room, hot w"ter. Situated in the
i Bella Vista. motor overhaul. Call 3-2375, Carrier Console Room Unit. 1-2 best location of "El Congjlo."
FOR SALE: Wicer chairs larg house 199 New Cristobl.H.P. $175.00. Phone Balboa 2- Lovely view. Phone Panama 3-0691
Posit ioneOffered 2710. from 9-00 a. m. to 12:04 noon,
:crib, Table, 2 chairs, portable sew- -710.omd 3-5244 fro 12:00.hon o
Ring machine. Telephone Balboa 2- POSitin Offered FOR SALE-Lif Rft, 5 man sze. 52 128:00 p. noon to
41 71 pneumatic with oars, accessories, 80 .
O AL Mhg i mWANTED:-Sales agents for club. $25; fine type crib adjustable FOR RENT:-Unfurnished opartmimt
FOR SALE:-Mahogany diningroom Apply with your identification card. sides, spring mattress, baby's car parlor, diiingrooi, 2 bedroom
set, 8 pieces. Bargain. Like new, (Cornet). Good opportunity for seat, safety gate, oil $25; work kitchen, both, garage, at No. 23,
49th St., No. 5.1 interested persons. Parisien Furni- bench $10; oversize clothes hamp- Niconor Obarrio Street, Belji Vito
FOR SALE.: 1941 Buick in good ture No. 168, Central Avenue. er $5; Q. M. Sideboard $10; Eng- see De Castro,. No. 24' "B" AvimB
condition, Westinghouse refriger- t lish baby carriage, $15; picnic Paoroma. Rent $100.00, .
aator, porcelain 25 Cycle., Boys W anted Position ice box, $8; 3 x rugs, India FOR RENT:2 prtmen,
Bike 26" 9 x 12 rug and epad t. I wool- ,t$5. Ancqn 24328.. option to oaiFt to art who
Call 4-646. between 3-6. Mature reliable West Indian woman o'pti SAL I buy fum ,rentol.pNo.
F SALE:-English gold bond wo- with good recen R SALE 9, 48 strt t Apt. 4, 5 9e p. m.
ter and ice tea glosses. States American employers seeks steady
dininroanmicefurniture, 2 bsseds, cm- works laundress 'or general house- Boat & Motors FOR
lte. 2 mttreses bmp Panama 2-3907 will accept mes- FOR SALE:-25 cycle 1-3 H. P. qnd OR EN
Si2-33. Housewing 1513-A Akee St. sages for her. 1-4 H.P. $10.00 each. 5457, RomBis
23SM3. House 151g3-A Akey St. A T Dioblo. cottage.
FOIALE: Mahogany bedroom WANTED FOR SALE: Prestolyte-tank with FOR RENT-Furrished room, private,
sft (Guest); Single bed, chif- regulator, and tip $20.00. .H.P. all conveniences. First Street Pere-
fl bedside table, occasional l ECJMie s motor $15.00. 1/4 H.P. motor $5.- jil No. 3, Apt. 1."
Aa-clo ir, round gate-leg table, .00. Air compressor with tank, $15. FOR RENT: Nice fmlished coal
tilephone table. 3 mahogany chif- WANTED:-Vocotion quarters in 00. Phone 2-3179. 601-B, Ancon room, El Canem Is available.
foniers; 2 wardrobes, mahogany; Panama for month of September, Boulevard. Call 3-1789 or 2-163, oavaffice
round dining table, mahogany (ex- 3-0281. RCall 3-1789 or 2-1693, office
t nsipn); 6 matching chairs; ma- -IFO RSALE:-Bargain 6 motors 25 hour.
heany bookcase, modem; Chino WANTED: Respectoble couple cycle, 75, 1-6 to 3-4 H.P. All
loak); 1 Teak Chinese desires vacation quarters, Septem- good, 2 near new. Coll 4-125. F R SALE
table (20"); 1 Teak Chi- ber thru November. Tel. Balboa 2- Z C p
Sed table (11"); Univer- 2998.
Srick iimoner porch swing; WANTED:-Good home with yard lReal Estate
House 177 New Cristobal, Dr. Vein Panama 2-2042. Honor F t al apar mn tbiing,
Sou 77 N C isto, Dl-12. forn two wirechoir puppies. Coil FOR SAL.S---Bargoin! Going, cheaply
DO Mtwo family apartment building,
Honor Rep.concrete foundation No. 4243,
e nn Soaalrs moaod. Pueblo Nuevo. Col
Ge an Socialis s United States Representative anytin".
Drought Blamed M s W Francis E. Dorn and his family FOR SA .--Chalet "Donubio" No.
D I Blamed. p o se as-Wes were honor guests of the Canal 72,I Arraijao with furniture,
Zone Police Sunday at a picnic electric ilant, well, fenced; $3,-
On p ec hmak r olae given at the Police Park at Bra- 54. Teleone 9-3021.
On* S Dmtei1hmIurf S wn lamuus oas Brook. The picnic was at-
BONN. Aug. 25 (UP) West tended by more than 100 mem- Fo f unati
Germany's ,S -cialist opposition bers of the Zone Police force and For ndatin
SHONG KONG, Aug. 25 (UP' proposedd today y that a mixed their families,
Itee's a bad drought in four1aast-West German commission Congressman Dorn and his MaK Big Grant
Swovicest of Southwest China.; e established to prepare the family are spending several
S Pei ping Peoples Daily says technical details of an all-Ger- weeks on the Isthmus during the To f Foundation
man election. Congressional recess. Mrs. Dorn, '
It looks as though local Com- Socialist Party press chief formerly Miss Dorothy McGann,
munist cadres were too busy Fritz Heine told reporters his lved in Colon before her mar- OBSM't Aug. 25 (UP) A
B adding "the struggle against party still rejects the Soviet pro- riage in 1944 and Congressman' plIa"ing ~ ot O 50.000 by the
Sureaucratism, commandism and Posal that representatives of the Dorn served on the Atlantic side Ford M to the Amer;
breaching of law and discipline." present East and West German as an officer of the U.S. Navy tcan Bar M odatlon to Inlt te
and slowed down -anti-drought parliaments form a provisional during the past war. its na.l dy of the ad-
oe D a eall-German government which lM a W crim nal Justile
,The Peoples Dailly acuesl would among other things, ar- He was elected to Congress in n tat t wa s
Otem of "falling to concretely range for free elections. 1952 as Republican member from nou. .
lead the work except uttering Agreement on such an ar- the 12th New York District and Th.* pS 5 made to i
empty speeches and issuing rangement, said Heine. would In- serves on the Merchant Marine the .bar. for use b a
directives. volve recognition of the present and Fisheries Committee which c1. created to
t it hard to tell f t what East German government. But handles Panama Canal legisla- ata
S peni t at least from red- all West Germans, he said, are tion. of IM Illl a
Peole Daily. Hers a ered tha h e present .ast In the picture above left to e
German government.Is not
of the account. legitimate negotiating partner right are: Congressman Dorn:
dearought this year ha However. Heine said other mx- Oaptain R. W. Griffith, Assistant
ly a ctedS the y d of ed East-Wet Oerman comm. Chif of Police; Cantsin B. A.
"tUpnn crops. f t h. salons already exist to handle Mdean. Balboa District Com-
"po eurrence o th~~~~urely technical matters such as wander and Captain Gaddil
.o h,, Ipsat ad apa ntetrzon t ade. o the 8ocilist W Seior Detective Officer
SleaderI p organs at the PIrty belIees such a t nc-l-,t, ,I

t-drougt and l g-been set up in many haen ft0m a reth-
tar to variou places pr a C ountle o^mI r the leadeblishep N^r plaor George He an

Senergthe southwest. r ll reteoie of the hIteltmenr.g PIXeatock District Cor- n
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mtmaII IaOi v prospect LisSL amuels gets a
shortcut to stardom this Sunday
night in his scheduled ten-
S n round 138-Aound battle against
Federlco Plummer at the Pan-
.Newo Chnm .h 12 iiinama Gym.
New.h.. ,Samuels, unbeaten in 16 ama-
o 0 n teur bouts and arQ unbeaten
0011, Ipoints. which holdu, thus far as a pro, gets main bout
TO I pfot. or vic ._. t2 0 2ld-upblllin after only three profes-
The box "K____ P1008W signal contests. In Luls' first
INo o u t i n g In the fight-fr-pay
rt 'FrP.is -ranks, he drew with WlfredO
hng 1 2 9. Brewster after putting the latter
Chan 0 1 2 on the canvas three times for
r H 1 eight-counts. He wa the victor
S phreyn 1 6 4 8 b1 sensational knoC outs his
he -'' Leon 3< 1 3 next two times out.
Le*. In Samuels' second pro ap-
I' -- pSarance he knocked oueat
the rugged and hard-hitting L o-
tmin- ANC .nel Peralta after taking Pe-
Snwhich ANOPeres 1 l ratta' best walops. ThC bad-
of vbIl gelke 0 1 4 ly battered Perata was when- Lt BR P Feder and his bride walr dr
tet ,3 2 5 7 pletely out on his feet when a ter begin married in ae sM
1k h9 kt_ 0.a 0 5 0 the bout was stopped. me p ax Thee visiting Amrillo Gold X 1 the
point S ger 0 4 0 0 Sunday, Aug. 16, muels ad- C et T 1xas- Nm eaguein the Oilers i the
m.p'i ,t -I. 4 1 2 . 0 ded another K. 0. triumph to hlq festivtties. (NW )
M a record by flattering d Allen at
the Colon Arena with a wicked
yong "D" LEAGUE left to the stomach. He had
te r -a dropped Allen twice before -put- P a ro u ot
" CRISTOBAL tin a rerPl the knoekot Spunch.
e otwen %bon 4 4 0 12 Plummer is on the apot in t hi o
-llkl, amuse 0 1 1 1 bout. He 10 risking a defeat that 0
j 2 0 2 cold s his chances 0 meet-Cria bal and Ano&a on Dominate for 25; Elsenmann (Aneo) i
Mak m na 0 0 1 0 in classy Cork Gonsales on Feoul Shoting Tournament for 25; Watson (Balboa) 8 for
lal 0 0 1 0 Opt. 20. The "Stringbean" is
, hiu n 1 4 8 looking .ice he used to several Monday morning, at Crlstobal Oily two players shot in the
P aed years ago, however. and the ex GyTmnaium, the annual foul "C" League classifcation, ad
t the 13 T 23 prts are already predicting that shooting tournament was held. Wendy Saaso, CristobW.'s Ae
r Nough. VS he will score an early nock-- With each Gym sending one won with 17 for 25.
. 11s XANCON out. player in each division or clas- Score: Uso (Cistobal) 17for
tobal 0mmaxam 0 1 4 1 Other fights on Sunday night's s leation, and each player 25; Mead (Ancon) 15 fur la.
n. Ed- 3 1 2 7 ca0d lonlude a six-rounder be- shooting 25 fouls. There were The "B" League fostuged a
MR bo" e 3 2 g 8 twee Beto cantlebury and five new champions crowned. close race between Heot2s. iWI-
th 1 a th a 0 / 6a Ct aRican Luls Cohen. Thi The "E" League shooting was guess and Lombano.
l em's d 1 0 1 2 wil be Cohen's local debut. Th close with Slaughter from Ga- from Ancon proved to i
.1no. 0 0 0 sefnal bout wilm be at a 135- tun missing his last three oul on the last 10 shots to wly-
pound weight mit,. shots, and Bettsak, from Ancon division with 17 for 25..
19 4 1 s15 34I A.A P-i1_nR wil. f making his last two oul shots, Scores: Hots (Diablo) 1
me r Asp-f_, tabbed and beating the Gatun player by 25; Rodrigues (Gat=m) 15 Torl
a bya, "C" LEAGUaT inter-of-the-month" the one shot. Perkins (Margarita) 14 f1 or0
.-ss' MARGARITA Bing Mg af ne to the S eee: Bett 'fABhoon) 15 for Lombano (Anson) 17 for 2,-
& breM DO ,ia s 3 o 1 ma E Za ,,l ae'e II 2 IS /5; Watts t(alboa 11 for 25; lumbo (Crsatobal) 11 for 35.
S 4 2 1 19i p Slaughter (OatuAt 14 for 25; The last D(ilao scores
S23 2 0 6 opening boutill be a t Hum ry (Crlstobal) 13 for 25. as follows:
a 0 0 6 four-round prelimnrt between "D" Leaue, shooting estab-
.st the ni2 3 0 7 unbeaten up-a=nd "cnl Ralael Bshed the highest score of the "A" League: Hannigan (W,;.
e one 0 0 1 0 "The Bull" frathnalte and Bt"- day witkCristobal's Eddle Pabon garlta) 17 for 25; GeoTge (I"A
tlng sB S at 130 pumd*, atortng.1p for 25 from th oul iunn 17 for 25; Reece (D bIo) 13
is,2_ r .. a, 25; Bleakley (Crtltobq),.I
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C.ISTORAL wa -I a 3-1 l marwln whtch
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Wall 0 0 0 h oltun" landed one sall-
PDavion .0 0 0o flab which a first sat u
caught w bMl. emnatiw
S* i It wp biotet o on 18 thread line.
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PernU 4 1 3 9 landed
S1. 2 2 16 The "Calma I" Oheated three
WhIUo.l 1 0 2 0 sal and raise one marlin but
3ggep8n 0 1 0 41 bt land the m"in
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14 3 12 U tfl landed e and lost one
1122 bQ-y 5w ed tafour sail-
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Haymes Should

Be Deported

SSen. "at MacCalrrAn. co-
1 sponpsr of the nations new inm-
migration acr. said today tl'-.
Justice Department should go
ahead and deport crooner Dick

Haymes faces i deportation
he rint in Los Anaeles Wednes-
fdy. The government says the
34-year-old singer forever walv-
ed his rights to American citi-
renship when he applied for i
World Wa- II drift exemption
on ground. he was a citizen of
Argentina. This made him in-
S admissable. the Immigration
Service said. where he returned
from a recent trip to Hawaii
where he was seen frequently
with film star Rita Hlayworth.

McCarran charged that the
deportation proceedings are be-
in, used fallaciously" by cer-
tain minority groups in an at-
tempt to discredit the new im-
migration law- the McCarran-
Walter Imnigration act.
"'Te Information I have,"
the-Nevada Democrat told re-
pEote "'s that Haymes re-
fused to sign up for military
service. If that is so, he is not
entitled to citizenship: he is
net entitled to be here no
n ter how great his talents
tsnvmes insists he was called
bp his draft board and wanted
teierve, but was rejected.
7AbCarrar. said the case "is
being used fallaciously "to give
False impression of the Mc-
rran-Wqlter Act. He said the
law is being used- by its ene-
mia .to give "the wrong slant."
brkout 90 per cent of the act.
Crran said. including the
provision mnder which the gov-
ernment is seeking to deport
Haymes, was picked up and. cod-
ilied from liws already on the
statute books.'
'"There is a definite' campaign
to-dlscredlt the at by those who
waht.to open.the lood gates to
S promiscuous immigration," he
He added that the United
States cannot absorb al the
"'av*-popuiation' all the "dis-
Ited. persons" or all the "re-
ftuees" in the world without
tbhastenin to "tear down our
own economic system to the
psint of detroying our way of

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become sucoamer
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Into Flyinm

WASHINGTON, Aug. 25 (UP) Inot have to use fuel climbing,
- The Air Force announced to- would increase this range still
day it has successfully turned more.
the giant B-36 bomber into a
flying aircraft carrier which can The Air Force said this kanga-
launch and recover a Jet fight- roo-like combination would have
er in flight. both the Intercontinental range
Extensive flight tests have of the B-36 and the speedof the
proved it possible to release a fighter. .The F-84 "parasite"
high-speed Republic F-84 thun- would be far leas vulnerable to
derstreak jet fighter from the enemy fighters than the 435-
bely of the big bomber and re- mile an hour bomber.
trieve it miles above the earth.
The F-84 is a new swept-wing Though the Air Force said the
fighter-bomber capable of car- fighter would be used for "re-
rying an atomic bomb. connalssance," it added that
t as a speed of more than with slight modification the
It nas a speed of more than F-84 could perform "varied
600 miles per hour and can F-84 ould pef onsrm
strike more than 850 miles from types o missions.
its base and return. A spokes- apparently meant that, If
man said launching It several This apparently eant that f
miles in the air, where it would necessary, the B-36 could haul
the fighter some 4,000 miles
from base, then launch it for an
Civil De e atomic attack 850 miles away at
Civil Deensa speed the lumbering bomber
Meeting itd could never match. The bomber
Meeting Listedcould remain in relatively safe
. territory to recover its fighter
C. iu LL^ a f1k It khnm

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A town Civil Defense meeting
will be held at 7:30 Thursday
night at the Paralso Clubhouse
and all residents of the town
have been urged to attend.
The motion picture "Operation
Doorstep" showing an atomic ex-
plosion will be shown and W.-
lam 0. Dola Chief of. CldI
Defense w gie a talk on ci-
vU defenswuer .
Also scheduled to speak at te
town meeting Is Frank Wilder,
of the Internal Security Branch,
who will talk on security.
John L. Gordon, Zone Warden
for the town of Paralso, will
preside, at the meeting, at which
time it is planned to organize
the Civil Defense team for the
town. International Boy Scouts
of the town are cooperating by
the delivery Of handblls to resi-

S2 Repatriated POWs Arrive

At Columbia Aboard Plane
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Army Insists Wacs

Keep Tril, Fi,

Easy To Look At
,i, traStHiTa. AuA3 (
- Tse Army said today It
h.i thm WaW W eep t
fif and easy l00 at.

SA new regulation stys that, for
efficiency aid morale. Wace will
be much better off if they exer-
else. diet an) nedue V elimi-
nate those bulges atl sags in
the wrong places.
Key phrase in the rule it that
Wacs make certain their weight
is "well distributed." The regula-
tion says:
1. Her weight must be "well
distributed" and "within the
limits established... as accept-
able for her height and age."
2. Her posture and physical
bearing must be acceptablee and

COL&MS[IA, .-C.. Aug. 25 ( 'P) chow and I was up to 151 when ee from obvious defects of ap-
- A-'group of 20 reIpatrlaed released on August 7." pearance remediable by physical
. pr s of war stepped o a He Bas gained 10 pounds since ,erce a goo e prac
emlrelal airlfder here today being freed. Moore has been in ies .
Sand *ftet posing for photo- the Army more than four and t English Ladv Cor-
graphess and talking to news- a half ears and maid he plans pin Eng Lady Cor-
were hustled aboard an Ar- to remain In the service. peral, that means you're going
lant for Ft. Jackson for proc- The soldiers asked Fort Jack- to exercise, diet and reduce If
esistlg before beginning 30-1lay son officials if they could e-ou bulge where you're not sup-
levees tonight. issued some extra clothing a .pined to
most of them had only khakis
.~IAt of the group had talked which they wore and no other
to newsmen before either in change with them. When fold
Korea or upon arrival in San that it may take "a few hours" Mrs. Crawford
ta ncisco aboard a troop ship. to obtain clothing, Cpl. Sammy
JBiteen of the group,were Ne- J. Farrow, 27. of Pensacola, Fla., Heods Delegation
gres. and most of them came said "All I want Is the 30-day Deleg on
tlom -Southeastern states, leave, you can keep the clothes." TO Legion Meeting
.Pft. Andrew Battle of Bartow. Farrow said he hasn't seen
clutched a splning rod his wife and daughter since
S reel as he stepped from the July 13. 1939. lans for attending the S3re
ane He said he won the fish- Farrow, hsky, 191-pound national ionventlon of the
..oittflt in a bingo game Negro who dent 32 months an Aiedrican Legion Auxiliary 'in
Sthe ship while returning 9 days as a prisoner, said "I had St. Louis, Missouri, Aug. 31 to
.r~ierea. a few ills but I didn't get sick Sept. 3, are being made by
like some of the fellows. I lost membear of the Auxiliary, ac-
a*L&4i who admitted he Ia 'a 22 pounds byt have gained it all cording to Mrs. Betty Malone,
pr9Wt good fisherman" spent back. They treated us pretty Department President of the
two and a half years in a Con- rough." American Legion Auxiliary.
U tet prison camp. Mrs. Fartha Mae Grant, moth-
Walter Moore, 24, of er of Cpl. Thomas Grant of The Department of Panama
*bpoG, Ga.. spent 33 months Grangeburg, S 'C., ahd Willie Canal Zone wil be represented
a I ban days as a prisoner of Grant, a brother, wite 4e only by a full delegation, headed by
wj ras headed home to his relatives to greet the prisoners. Mr. Betty Crawford. National
4t .Mother and two brothers. Mrs. Grant said.-'1 got a call Executive Committeewoman.
MoPre, who was wounded once from the Defense Department Deegates will be Mrs. Julius
and returned to duty before about 4 o'clock one morning Bchriftgelsser, of Balboa, and
being captured, said "I last three weeks ago telling me he Mrs. Kathelne Honey, of Aruba,
about 60 pounds and got down was safe and I'm certainly glad N. W. L
while a prisoner." to have him h o 'A,
e aid that "Just before Grant. a Negro.' d In addition t the official
t peace talks ended, they until h- entered lebgates,n Y other members
tarted feeding us pretty ood father 's a pl expected to attend.

FIjHERS OF FLIGHT- TheWi oht Brothers-(2)

As the boys etred their teens their mifiei
Mle tIe uimMts witr oH kinds of tbi. Al
vile im awadworking la the with iMaes
boriM Ti lMw built a printing press, ca
m i "wiral tblegroph" i brmeM

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Russiarn 'Concessions'

Denounced As Attempt

To Sway German Votin
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- The State 'Department today
denounced Russian "conces-
sions" to Cbmmunist-controlled
East Germany as an attempt to
bolster the puppet regime ol
Premier Ott orotewol and
sway the fortheoming West Ger-
man elections.
It also said. the Soviet man-
euver was designed to weak
the influence of the Wet
power 1in Germany and quea-
tioned whether the repr
people of the Easter~ som eve
will realize any actrl bMeefltL
It speculated tat the e
move was "haase byi recent
naM eniiM A

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appear ot b%.
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