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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: AA00010883:01696
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open until after the demon-
m ratios.
: Theaters will not begin their
secular, hows until 7 p.m. |
T Transportation comn pani es
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a transportation to and from the
eity for suburban residents de-
Sbe *ous of attending the demon-
io.- gtion. Special police vigilance
w I be maintained in the sub-
tLg prbs while the demonstration Is
the a progress.
rom Bicycle and motorcycle clubs
will hve organized rides throughout
te- Panama City prior to the hour
s- of. 'the. demonstration. apelal
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Foster Dalles today called for important revising of t
'prre-tomic a0e" charter of the nUnftNa .,m.
The present charter reflects "serio iodequaChw -
Dulles said, hiding strongly that the United States wfs.
its vrto'provisions overhauled.
The charter was drawn up in Son Frnmcise in 1945,
a few months before the first atomic attack, against Him.
shima, Japan. That development made the charter "obw-
late" before it come into.effect, Dulles said.
In an address prepared for al Assembly. He reiterated th
delivery before the diamond the United Stats will ILn
Lubilee meeting of the American vote in favor of hldl4
ar Association Dalfes said the special conference on
reto power, whih. Russia has review.
agd extenalvel .In the United Dulles alls spoke.out
i s SeeftiBy Couancil, was against the o-alled
me o- the Ch.artir "serious amendmeat.-t.wo the
ad 'anl." which would litt -o
A Ispe conference to conb eaklg powes INtV
Ider revision of the charter, eW= thL mm t.
DlleM s .id, will be aonsidered proved, wouldaWR V a "
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'to"n. A n a1ber of Panama
ltaolonz an areuzxpeted to
dcaNs the on demonstra-
oan, which also go an the
ir from, Co radio staons.

BarbersLppers
To Soun Off
Cor Ailing Boss.
Members of .BPBigQBA will
esat at the n.fger Terminal,
Jboo Field, lrtarow at 7:30
. to sern~ l rb Mundt,
-%.. t pan Can
rtr ri a leaves for
iietreat111 tte States.
i Ss- ses au Mar d to find
nd tow haet want to be
ae Vat Herb s they need
thy wll rw5thwugh a cou-
bea4thel'eM;W" and wish
abr a sie ry and an
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edited lam,g W pifundo.

(B)li h Welcome
Awg. 26 (UP)
,llh women
Itdy to welcome
l i ml'tsoners be-
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S*W ite ed soldiers
tme arled to see
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PFemer Prealdeat Dr. Daniel
Chlins declared today that he
would "ly aside serious af-
frolAm and on my Ne. 1 ad-
.ve0ay" on the podium during
the isewUll demonstration for
Pasnma's negotiators to the
United .StaaeS.
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He..Md be UMI2e .the state-
menl-.to 1 istion on
Vhe bhe -o oaept col.
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wnt It itknow, above all
in the United States and in
Latin America, that (we) Pan-
amwaanI are clamoring for
somtlbing very tmanaenetal
and that vital tlase must. be
at- take..wihen I lay aside
serious affrotis and join my No.
1 adversary la defense ot my
honmrtand."
Ad' Prealdent, Chane resigned
under prestFure- in 1oIvember
9l after 1he. iaued an. order
firilt. oAl. W who was
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sponsor, Ben.oi T
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The Eisenhower admftbl ,
tion has faith in the
Nations, Dulles said, but It s
necessary that the charter 'e
altered In some important s-
spects" If the U. N. Is end
the menace of danger fac4-a:W
world tofay.
"The United Nations da
now reflects a= inwdegta-
cees," Dulles sad, add one milt
"sprang form ignoranb. -
hines none of the par~nIt
in the 1U U. N. conofLce
kne* that the atomic bomb.was
soon to fall on Hiroshlnia- '
"The charter Is thus a &.-
atomic agt charter," Lis
said. "In this sense it us:'1ii>
solete before it came into zoa."
Had the delegates at.Lna
Francisco In tbe spring o XtM5
known of the A-bomb's power
for mass destruction, he l
charter provistlns deallna
disarmament-and the r.gl
of armaments would 'i.aM_
"far more epmihatic .aM.ilt
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Army Maneuver
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Wisconsin's 3Lnd "Red
division acknowledge defia4
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National Ouard troopers
started thekf maneuvers -fre
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OwNED AND PUELIsHDa my THE PANAMA AMNICAN PU I. INC.
POUNDED BY NVLJON UOUNSI VELL IN lose
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Korean Peace


Stands To Ike's


Political Credit


FOR ONI TrA. IN vADvANCL -
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OV'N CCLUMN
SBY BRUCE BIOSSAT
SA The rull'ig Republicans don't
r need to be told that they have
SA I a heavy legislative assignment
o ahead If z;,l-y ar: to build a
record to approximate their
thj Mail oex is on open forum for readers of The Panamo Amer- campaign promises.
cen. Lottrs are received gritefully and are handled in a wholly confi- ut they're pursuing a nat-
deitio e HrNnalr. rural political bent in trying to
If you contribute letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the make the most of the events
eaxt day. Lettern re published in the order received. ihdt have transpired since th.?y
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. ,Ame to power in January.
Identity of letter writers is hold in strictest conhdence. By any realistic measure, the
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for sialcments as opinion- KLrean truce is the most ig-
espressed in letters from readers. niiicant of these.
-- o That the truce was made
SSEGREGA N...possible largely through a
NO SEGREGATION... change in Communist attitude
S S. does not matter. President
Dear Sir Eisenhower promised to try to
I would like you to request that the District Public Informa- end the Korean fighting. It
Lion Offioer answer the following questions: has been ended-in his ad-
1. Why dnol:citizenaland .S. .citizens have to use separate ministration. Politically' he
doors at the Navy Exchange Canteen? seems to get full credit.
2.' Why do the Negroes and Panamanians have to show in- The Democrats may seek to
'dividually their identifioation cards on, entering the Naval suoigt that the armistice spells
ltation, Rodian, when the whites are j]ud waved in? 'surrender, as many Americats
3. Why are there separate toilet facilities fn mtst of the may feel unhappy over an
buildings on the West Bank? Some doors carry signs agreement that settles so little;
which read 'Non-citizens"'and "Citizens." yet it wou'd be haid to Imnd
4. Why are separate Christmas parties held in most depart- anyone w n Is not glad the dy-
ments for the different color groups even though these ing is ove,.
people work together all year 'round? The non-citizens Rarely does any fictor have
who work in offices are usually sent out into the field to the political egliL o0 a vwar. It
have their parties with laborers and warehousemen. stirs violent emotions which in-
5. Why is it that non-citizens in the Navy have responsible evitably reflect themselves at
positions (supervisory), and are not paid the required the polls.
salary to compensate for the responsibility which goes All expects agreed the in-
along with these positions? decisive Koiean conflict hurt
6. Why is it that the Navy is the only service that abides to Denisive Ko bad n lict hurt
the letter of the Caribbean Wage Scale? hthe Democias badly in 19M
7. Why Is it that the Navy Is the only service that has no' That the shooting stop,,. un-
non-citizen supervisor on the U.S. rate rolls? The Pan- de rthe Repub!i en is ti',
ama Canal and the U.S. Army authorities don't only make ,pri"ne political fact since the
ou do the work, but they grant U.S. rate positions to the last election.
Ion-citizens: filling the jobs;.
I would like to advise the Commanding Officer that if a poll Privately. many seasoned
were to be taken by the Industrial Relations Department requiring signatures on the information blanks it will be found know it overshadows anything
that the morale of the Navy employes, specifically at the U.S. they can .Iay publicly in sup-
Ntval Station. Rodman, is at its lowest ebb. among both U.S. rate port of their portrait of the
and Local rate workers. Esenhower administration as
When the above questions are answered and suitable adjust- a "give-away" government.
ments made to improve conditions, then we can make public determined to aid "special
staP.ement like the one in Saturday afternoon's IAug. 22, paper, interests" at the expense of
the ordinary man's welfare.
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TIVOLI BANK DAY!
$100.00 CASH a' FREE At 5 and 9 p.m. -
Bowery Boys, n and Johnny Shef
'HERE COME THE. "BOMBA AND
MARINES" ELEPHANT


The more you tell.. The quicker


SELL


You don't have it
shout it from the
housetops. Sell by
advertising in our
tow cost want ad
section ... the fast
eCt, most conveni.
; at way o reach
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SEvery ath . every week . every day-
THfEPANAMA AMICAN carries MORE WANT ADS
m aI elir da ~p ers in Panama combined I


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WASHI~T- (NA) --The oase of John
Palon Davier. Jr., U. foreign service career
offtaer. is now bet- a through the State De-
oartmat's aecurltwringer for thethird time.


ar. not content to r..'st on the On the first two rounds, In Ju-ly, 1951, and
tr'i.ce I November, 1952. Davies was cleared of any suB-
They argue they have made plicon of disloyalty.
a healthy .,dt to ard balanc- The re-evaluation of his case 14 being made
ing the budget and thus mak- now in compliance with Preslaent. Eisenhower's
ing possibsf tax savings; that executive order of last April. It called for the
they have reintroduced good review of all cases of government mg opyss whp
nranagement to government; had been cleared under the old "l lty i' proce-
that they .re keeping the coun- dur of the Truman administration.
try prosper ous; ae the c Because of the prominence of John Davies, the
ry prosperous; and that they success of his new Eisenhower sec y, ro am
have raiEd a new standard of may be largely judged on how it
ne Actually. Davies is only one of ao
'i the alers, State Department employes who h
most of the matters, they previous loyalty .clearamces, bu&t
probably would be the first to are now being reviewed.
acknowledge privately that Davies. 45, has been one of them-ra "WIf
the evidence is still insuf- verslal figures in the State Department for near-
fielent. They give the excuse iy 10 years.
that they Inherited a "mess" He was born in Chin aof American Bapt is I
1n Washington, and can't sionary parents. On his Rraduatiol fra j~ -
soeve too radly to clean it bia 4l'.31. he went rioht into State DlP a M .
I, forelo Mervi.e &nd-W iietlenI tahe r~a .to sb
Most lrnpartial observers preset oasiltion 58 of
would conceae that at the very Perntu.-
least they inherited the post Pre ouslv, he had bbeti-e .
complex government on earth, for 3ih Commussioner lJbd .
and mastery of It in a ahort man' t secretary tOAmba
time cannot fairly e expected. secret 'of State) Waltt .
The Democrats, while prorer- and alin political adviser
ly contending their aid in Con "Vlinet Joe tilwell in China.
gress was vliil to the passage he flS.pt in hot water.
df many administration me"-
sures, especially in foreign at- The' t frequent charge made
fairs, appear somewnat janci- w waa we as pro-Communist
Izl it n attacking some admin- Kal-l.E The quotations from'O
strdttion- efforts. reports. moat freqyentiv used
For instance, the Republicans these ~Satmenta of 1944:
havw esponsed higher interest "We should not now abandon'
rates on government bonds, shek... .jtt we must be realistic.
Wi the object of curbing in- a det W a" effort to capture
ry .?nd enrles and mak- Chineal Cmmunists, rather than t
1n2 federal debtmanageme go totheRussians."
aEi management r.A cen-Pat Hla
a6ny professlonal economists nom Dvies'pecialreclmb he a
.etndo the move But because hoofr DW av1 45eand served therew
th a hrd moncy" policy has he wW tknserred toWahin
sowe tightening effect on
nera. money mrnrket, the
rhts portrait it as a de-
lfor squeezing widows and
I e long run this policy


may not prove out. but it has
hardf.had a fair test.
Also: Theb Is about this sort of
Also: opposition criticism a bland as-
field, in sumption trl't the only right
lies In the already established
STHE oJlcy, that any change is-for
the Worse.
'S" Fifte* months before the
.' section, It ought still to be pos-
sible to he-.o the arguments on
the rational aide.
It's tpO e*afV yet for the
Repullcpas to claim the moon,
or for the Democrats to cry
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dttlee: Inveftlioan of 'the IrsMtute of I
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mmuile apparamts, ipa a M arorng
4 part of the apparatus and that 3d-
had 10ftst tendenles.
other three Davies etpresd high re*
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na enren are hitting on the rI
the year, but but can't touch
beth is about to put her wife
Prince Philip's notorious Dassio
ins, arti-ging and night-o
show-ele, has wide acqualpt
ain's ver p of cafe-society. 1
a night at some Mayfair bloi
with thmumeal comedy crowd a
ly partial to American variety ar
is,of course, unable to attend 1
would not it she could, because
run that-ity. And that's why A
'**rince Oonsor,". title for him,
conceivably could arise that wo
to more than a regal reprimand
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iee to a r a Cn of Uabot Day, 't-en ; tbey all ashke tt rHin, home cooking of six brides in hiz
tr roae ,, s. all= bedb. u. cum in d ating'Z
J -'-en -P-r. ou 0 rn, O. Mrs. J. b' culm said: "Mr. iat Is short but busy career. At one
osthm tatn-oJraPtor w te *L. ,o P. rbeon' boae '. a.tow -on Monday.0 you secret?" time, he stayed with one of three
up r the lunch Mr. a clae ar7e i "pu7 a g em. r of his wives every 24 hours.
..r Mrs n"s a Commubw.. f rgm Valparalso, ba-
Sto no charge to the n said. "He b' He spent the hours from mid-
*TI uflrctow preat R .., t hv pe t. Hellp. I t p o, lo night to 8 a.m, with one from 5
l M. Mary M, s ManIy have alrea r rt. t's Ju ut p.m. to 11 .m. with another, and
t e gUtraton may be ened." -s spare time with the third.
i asanr d calling personally '
SIt. Y.M.C.A. or phoning ' The tall .a
Mrs, 5. "ggM y 2=39 or 2759. t tha
M U --; t' r families 52 -V 417 got :
Lebem, aim. new 'IPloyss coming t To edPIuI
-Lme the Ir4mw to work for to Ohe CSF To H 'oW. .. Le e Wedding Announcements
St to or Jr teClara e and Invitations. Birth An-
Mr ." '.. 'i- Instalfs 1947 when he .. nouncements. Engagenment
mrry DeWtt. Mrs. nay ewte Mem Of Nigh Of FW af ed. Announcements. Anniversary
*, aBt min sa Blly ANIDOE.0Y"Ume.N"tef The.e. by Invitations. Sympathy Ac-
Al Th gl mmt a.- of DO Gr' y-,.qp eorrs knowledimentsCaUlngCards
oo of asual No egAin omer wl t Th 0 wlomn 0 P n Saing Lr
T'SU ---m o on4S- sti._ oSL Pal's #u-ct:, *A Hew s I bhut I Reception. Dance and Par ty
A t be ve& l eS t of t thawed out csm Invitations, Informal Notes
A t H be eve A nea i bop VR K in R, a=n RIO Abtheout4 c Pirsonal Stationery Letter-
r o Raquel a nit No. 1i be lhe. e w the w heads. Business Cards. PIRST
atms oe alo sen oS f e & ?. A att ibaer edz ment and dancing. Gallantry rus r CLASS CRAFTSMANSHIP.
m4't. Carl aew"! b her .. on H. A no-hint droner ,.
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Ut. =o Mrr. Surtvor Of R n. q nnel Massacre' ,,on about his six trVe. ,1
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on %?AYt.'Z 1" 2Pgm. Survivor f ed 'tunnel Mascre them h23
Son Prd t pm.. .Wman rah eti C_ ar_ .l_- ,.db "The poor girls have had
aSY WMs11 TeHI Osk Were Slathated
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I* -b 'noin 20 r t and took offabout half the
SbfIn 4t 1 t 0, (UP). t A A eridan group, plus a major ... They
ye t t : U of the atroelats "Tunnel Mas- just turned "burp guns' on the
-ace" In wbheh 150 OI's were mAn.
.-.. mta slaughtered by .Red Tommy- "We heard brp- .o
;A Rai *Hl N se^ guaners came bb k todfy-har- dde, and *t u
"o !JwIf by Xor-haunt d but apparently Then the ta en"
e a naal t t, errit ato health aftr omst throe Several men who '
soo wla tt o. eL years t captivity. dead" in the tunnel survied
given In Pa thi WS Philadelphia wu one R 300 lines two days later with .neos
by a grp o d. taken north in Octa- of the first aunhedrefed Alli-e
P, Mus94,I g erthe f rst.wa
,kiU, --w her, 1960, when the routed ROd mnMbiWta crtme ora.
SIf Ci- t Arty in Korea "is reeling back "The men would fall out, and
.A6-l l.r oaf altcL C from Inchon and the Commun- we would hear a shot . ." he
*ru eor cear (Cad nl 0 e rf 7 b.o^^dI in ktau from China had not enter- said. "By the time *e got to JORGE FASOLA
tIa foir Si N t ed the war. Manpo, here was only two of
&MRA of sa l two *f the gro reah- s left. -
CniorghtkOf 1e O' tw i s athohr pon ash us left. 'And fis Orchfestra
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S" ACROSS DOWN
Teachers' Special to Dock Parker and two children: Miss 1 Timber tree 1 Maplegenus
r In C'rislobal Monday 'Margery A. Pender; Mrs. Kath- 4 Kind of apple 2 Only
I Thre anama liner Ci,,tobal,erlne Pennington and two cni:-! tree 3 House and
was scheduled to sail from New dren: Miss Ann Louise Prabler: 8 Fruits of land
York yesterday afternoon on a Frederick J. Pritham; and Mirs hawthorn 4 Paskng box
momentous vovage for sceralIna Rollins trees 5 S i cnt
thousand Canal Zone youn.asters I Miss Clementina R. Sanchet: 12 Dove's call S ectes
S It is this vear's teachers' special Mr and Mrs. Max M. Se-roch 13 Rant 6Oppoped
and the shia will be well loadedrand two children; Miss Kdthar- 14 Lease out 7 Waler
with old and new teachers ready line Schafer; Mr. and Mrs. J 15 Shade tIe 8 Domiciles 25Odd (Scot.) 41 m A
for the new school term. Weston Seaquist: Albert H. 16 Acetic dcid 9 Among 28 Grn tea 42 Evergls tri
in addition to the large num- Shockey; Miss Mildred H. Sla aide 10Broad 27Position 43Zoolotha
ber of Canal Zone teachers %\l'o'ter: Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell T 18 Come in again IISimmer 28Soon sufflx
are returninQ from sumnnPr viL-1Smith and three children: Miss o0Moisten 17Awayfrora 29Existed 44Man'sum .
cation, the S S Cristobal nsT.,Marv Stlndt: Miss Emma Wnl- '21Obsere home 31Cylindrical 46Grck
also have a si-eable number cfbanu: Mr and Mrs. Wm. W,'li 22 Indian weights19 What birds 33Quotes mounta~l
parents and school children oniand son: Glen T. Williams, Le- 24 Drunkards build in trees 38Bear witness 47 Sea esag
t.1 The complete advance paFsen- Clarence M. Wilson. Jr., and two 27 Used to cut 24 Hurried tree fruits SOBorn
ger list follows: children: and Miss Josephine P. down trees
Nahum Abbo; Mr and Mrs Withrss. 30 Attractive
Carmine Ammfratll and tro chll- Ciyin
dren Miss Adamarv Ande''or: RP Treatv Negotiators Wisconsin
Mh s Dora D Antill: hMs MIn.- Sail for New York Friday 34 Rubs out
As'rett: Mr and Mrs Clil),r S. A total of 173 passengers are 35 Rubs-
A.sbiury nd three children- '.J1-5 scheduled to sail for New York s 36 Faher "
Claude M. A\cock. Mr and Mrs. Friday on the Panama liner Pn- 37 H r
Rowan H B=ivev and two cil-- ama. according to the advance e 37 Hghay
dren Mi ss Lillin F Baird: Mr passenger list announced Tues- 39 Melody- -
and Mrs. Marvin J Banton an'J dav. 141 Beatrice's
S daughter: Mr and Mr; Fr".l- Prominent among the passen- 1nBeicme's
erick S BPpimbach and d.Lghs- ers will be the group of llu,-. 42 namtul -
S ter: Miss Pett\ Anne Benn ,~'.: matic representatives from ihe l4ooamep l
yrM Quterida M Berger n- W two Republic of Panama en rouce to Bowned
children- Mr and Mrs C r.ence Washington for the treaty neco- 45 Browned
R. Boi~-hn r and two rhuld'-n: Itiations Also salling on the S I bead
SMis Mhrife v Br,.,ep MrI. Pananma are United States Rep- 49 Senselessness
S Rbafg B. Briars and two rhil- resentative Franlcs E. Dorn a.in 51 Angerl
S b. the States after a visit of several 53 Esscntial a -- -
Mr. and Mr". Shenard P Clrrk;weeks to the Isthmus. They are' being
alid two children: Miss Fr.-nces!Foreign Minister JosA R. Oulza- 54 United w
G O l,. ryv: Miss Mary T. Collins do and treaty negotiators Dr 55 Lanprey.s
M. Eleanor Conhor and son: Octavlo Fabrega and Carloa Su- 56 Japanese
Ja ceue Cook: Murray Corrn!-n: cre C. outcasts
S ,dbrd G, covle: Mr. and Mrs.; The complete advance pas.- .n- 7 Boys
Jesse Crawford and two ch-l- er list of the SS Panama f,)l- \ nickniine
Srren: M' Edith M. Davis ardllows: Harry Akers. Jr.: Sprncer
tWr children: Miss Anne M. M. Anderson: Dr. and Mrs. J.ililIMadame Maria A Lotts; Missbert M. Schommer; MsO Ger-
Dowd; M's Alidp. Drew- Mrs. lAsturias and son; .Mr. and M;rs Gayle MacDonald; Mrs. Marytrude A. Smith' Malcolm Smith;
S Mble Dyer and two chiilcdrr:iJorpe Avila: Mr. and Mrs. Cecl McCarthy: L. B McGoft, IVUss Mr. and Mrs. Wlllam H Staats
Missa R'e'nary F'heP; Mi-.s M Banan: Mr. and Mrs. A:rr(d Ellen Maurer: Samuel J. Mlil- and nephew; R. E. Lugari; Mr.
Monic Farlev; Miss Etliel V. Beaujean, Miss Florence Bea;;- ken; Adam S. Miller; Miss Ger- and Mrs. Howard B. Btarkcn-
Fervusor: and Mr. Prld Mrs. iean: Mr. and Mrs. Chatle- A. trude M. Milloy; Miss Judith C. berg and two children; Mr. and
Walter M. Fischer and daugh- Behrmger. Mr. and Mrs Mrt Miro; Mrs. Florence W. Nelson. Mrs. John L. Stephenson and
t e. I Bender: Mr. and Mrs Arthur C. Maurice A. Nichols: Miss Edda child; Carlos Sucre; and Mrs.
S Mr. Pnd Mrs. Thomas r. Gib-IBiles: Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. L. Noriega; and Mrs. Josephine Elizabeth Sudron.
S onn, #d two children: Mr. Noel Eoyer aid sor: Mr. and N;r. D. Olsen.
F. O infon and son: Mis M-rI Isadore Bromfleld: Mr. and :*.' Mrs. Lillian Parkham, Gaspir Mr. and Mrs. Jura P. Thkver
]' Gibson- Mrs. Mpron L. Gi- F. R. Cavanaugh and two ch"- Paredes: Isaac L. Pelt;novlch, and three children; Mr. and Mrs.
r i and thr"i. children; Trs. dren; William Chase: Mr. and Luis C. Quintero: Mr. and Mrs. Luls Uribe; Mr. and Mis. John
SWrv B lGolef: Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Benjarrin Chen: Leoniis James C Reid; Miss Molly Rig- P. Vrasenic; Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
l*Mncit W. Gurney anrd son A. Constantine; Fred A. Cottonl by: Leo A. Ronan; Frederick C. ward B. Walker and two chil-
*Miss Ferminta B. Bwp lir:;,' and LiliaChu. Rose and son; Herbert O. Row- dren; Alberto Watson; Mis Pat-
Mrs. Robert L,. Hckett and Mr. and Mrs. Be anamia A lando: Guillermo A. Sanchpz; ty Woodcock; Mr. and Mrs.
Sdi.rrhter; Milton J. Hcllev: Mr. Darden: Albert Dalli; Louis F Mr. and Mrs. Wesley W. San- James A. Yates; Stanley '.
and Mr'.- Wm. T. HPlvosa and Dedeaux; Albert J. Detusch- ders and two children; Harry M. Yost; Mr. and Mrs. D. Q. itz-
Stw children: Mr. and Mrs. Eia- United States Renresentative Savage; Gerard K. Schear; Nor- man and daughter.
Sere t. Hamlin. Jr.: Miss Mar- Francis E. Dorn.and Mrs. Dor:i
vrupr'te U. Hanna; Mr. and Mrs. and two children: Mrs. Letty J.
SR"Inh F. HXerver and two chil- Duehrlng: Miss Anne Elwood:, B AR BE LI E
dren: Miss Dorothv K. Henry: Charles Esslg: Dr. Octa7lo Fa M
Miss Margaret Hines: MIas Ruth brega; Miss Ethel Fader; Mrn: Norwegian M/V "FERNSEA"
E. Hoke: Mr. and Mrs. rTnno- Lidia de Farritt: Mr. and M Saling on or about
van N. Huber; Frank Y. Iukill: George E. Feist and three chil- ainr on or bou
and Mr. and Mrs. Lestr B. dren; Master Bovd Finch: Mr AUGUST 28th
'.rmliel and son. and Mrs, peter W.. Foster and
,-- s. Inez Jpckson and two daughter: Mr. an Mrs. Joln C. .Accepting passengers for
children: Mr. and Mrs. G(lro~ Francis and two children; Mrs. LOS ANGELES & SAN FRANCISCO
Mi .Tarvis and infant son; Wol- Mabel S. Freeman: Miss Claire' (Fare $150.00)
S, p PF/ Jarvis: Mr. and Mrs Rob- Freeman and Mr.- and M Ar-I
'ert 8. Jeffrey and two children; chle W. French. For passage apply to:
Ms. Ruth M. Jenkins: Miss An-. Julle Gandasegul: Dr. Euclid
SL. ohrison: Mss Harrltet R. P. Chee: Mr. and Mrs. Fran .. W. ANDREWS & CO.
",,jMZwon: Mr. and Mrlt n E. Gerchow.Jr.. ad. so J CRISTOBA BALBOA
Sand son: Mr. and C. GomaleSabino C,~' Tel. 3-2161 Tel. 2-12
.W E Klrkland and two c ,- Mr, and l mris rnoee --
,dren: Miss Gertrude K.. Laim- zalez: Panama Fore Iner
:pert;. Wm, A. Lang: Miss MI- Ramon J. Gulzado; Mr. r c:;
dred J. Ladd: Edward W Law- J. Harrlngton: Mr. Mrs.
rdince: Mr. and Mrs. George O. Hubert Hart: Miss Laura' D i .
SMr. and Mrs. Henrv Hayes: Alfred D. Helpselaer. I w if in t
I r and son; Mrs. Dori E. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel I. Herrero A i
i rd and two children: Mrs. S.: Miss Myrtle Hollenbeck:
Iann Le'l and son. Lawrence; Charlee J. Httrmy: Mr. ajd d .t .
*4 rs Genevieve Long. Albert M. Jerkins and t ee
'.T.. Stunrt McNair; Mrs. E1 7.- children: Mr. and John J n-
beth McNevin and son; Miss;son: Mrs Evanpeline C Jorpen-
Cornelia Malmherg: Mrs, Irene sen- and Miss Judith Ann J'or-
Mpv and two children: Miss Ma- stad
S fv Mehl: Miss H. Eloise Mcnroe' I MiPs Anne Kalb: Miss Dorothy
Mi 's Dorothy B. Moodv; Wm M. Kavs: .Tames Kennedy: Mr. t .
S --rnhev: Mr. and Mrs. Wplter Rose Claire Levine: Mr. and Mrs.
C" er: Miss Anna M. P?,nisa- William B. Levy and son Walter -
n Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. N.; Vincent Lines: Vernon Lines:
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ft At ga" kd.nsoer thfrom or Cma who he could feel pretty s hat

e Tm Pe years old date. pt Cool and hilrn in the result showed, e w per-

S'i e The primary n school nEdM tour and fiv who e iv at lectdy right
t a 'SSat d itrics this yer be the F at Clayton.poico
Masnthothr P'tl ate i d parents d wrs and Curundu pfoi mend, uy we t




'e tan '.I woe en and M po L 11* e M trSnfer stud to the West opened the fie of dia-
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i r t ith Ma rg r aen through grade six the ace. Root drew two round
ef Peter n' M enta here.w live at Pedro Mi. Ma- fs trump wthe lthe ace and
Sonwyaln m be d Dam atnd Summiad lxth king, discovering that st still
re tB5m ta gflldeya fromVon CIfatnine. had the queen of spades. Heor




r their cardstothepthg --~o Wt ho through grade mit who my and Westt hored up ias o th

Sdec rath o w d ofka tnhe blrthdat.es oeWs mehoin clubs. fo
Mrko and dlespth-ouanda aklout and had rateed dia-
HyN r years did or arten thr grade whu 1 mentally reel pretty sum that
e 8 a Cl193. First ha sr on the D Ned Bankp FAlety plav was called fcor. As
41.jqa.rrZ ad &p.1sn. 26 c c et old on or that ceaideext Cocol and cdr* inethe result shoed, be per-
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l bI, treadnsfer of eaon-to the neor West opened the level of di
d l out I won Mar which tare PendrR ke i 40hdren Innds, and dummy won with
so Ne, at ti rte l's prize was won by ee Srd chool last yl. to the Pedro S en tro ugh sx who ave 4d with three sdes to the
tork e earch achd C a Mlrit raos Heights, queen sad a rather shabby
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Pol c te u -audl .a tD4 either- derts from CFort Soloan Coco Obviously est had the ace-

ttNtarra K1derar -'jljoy Wes t must have a slu-

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.e.s the l on ro 1 to O tudenfl 1 grade on nlro-ed th s io
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Sto r ul all-d sessions, and through Balboa union high-Paciftakeout and had West aimed to

"said the e"laurpislngto elocntary ehoola wil have r<^ lg 4i.cluudMn gamboa, ilad hi* darer could even.l-.
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon


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No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and

MORRISON'S
Fourth of Juiv Ave.-Phone 2-0441


"NOVEDADES THIS"
Via Espafa No 34- PanamT R. P.
(aefla Vbi ssbetre Hfd,)

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


CARLTON DRUO STORE
10,059 Meldndes fte.,-Phone 255. Coldn
PROPAGANDA, S. A.
"H" Street earereI tudiante 8t.
Phones 2-2216 mad n-2798


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FOR SALE
Household
TkR SALE,-- West.n"--.:u'e r-'ter.ger-
ator 25 cycle, 9 cu. t, All .'.r.:e-.
lain. Good cond ,c., ISL' CC'l. call
6-53,2.
IR SALE-3 Redwc..o pc.rch shade:
$10.00; icebox S'1 '?0 9 x i -
green broadloom rug ',th rubber
under-cushion. 1 1 R.age Rood
Balboa Heights.
ER SALE--Two mahogar., boaok
case.. 4 dninrg cho.rS, W-s5c k.tIh-
en utensils, d,.hes or.d glaises
Phone days. Balboa 30C 4
%R SLE Hou.e 361 Fronce
Field unlI Friday August 28th
Thereafter 85 2 MargorI. Poa-
Sno: square quarterma ter steel
dirrng table porcelawn k.lchen
table w,rh cobnefs used bed. corr,
plele; roc- ing hoire: 'moriogan\
chest dra.er: ,ronr.g board
b SALE -AI reduced prices Bed-
room all cc.rdi.l.c r.g unit. dnr'.g-
rciOn set. I. n,- roOm r .elt. mohogorv
desk. bookcase. dressers. Cho-r,
washing ma:hn. elc InOure at
.4 Aqiuiio de lo Guard.a S5
Bella Visla
&R SALE W.cker cha.rs. large
crb. Table. 2 choirs. Portable sew-
Ing mochire, Telephone Balboa 2-
4171.
bR SALE --Mahcgany dinrngroom
ser. 8 prices. Borga.n. Like ne
49th St No 5


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE -Cherolet 2 son Stake
Bod, Truck Inlu.re at No. 21
Juon B sO'O Street
FOR SALE -Studeboker Champion
IQ.0' iust pointed metallic green.
radro heoler and air cool, over-
dri.e. excellent conditl on, seat-
cc.er, Leaing. best offer before
SrC-.D Pedro Miguel Dispensary.
r.:.m 8 to 1 I
FOP SALE --Fod 1947 4 door se-
do. raddcl. perfect condition. Pleae
call Baiboa 2388
FOR SALE -19-17 Mercury, 4-door
sedan Must sell. Call Balboa 1273
or 25C6
FOR SALE 1949 Dodge '2 ton
p.,kuD Duty pad. $450 00. Phone
Ponoma 3-2025
FOR SALE -1952 Chesrolet 4-door.
whie s.de all tires, roado, duty
p.j'd. 7.000 m.les. Ask-ng $1.-
9,) 00 Phone Panama 3-20,2.
FOR SALE -1 1-2 ton 1942 Dodge
truck, Uood condition. Phone
Balboa 2-1541. 2-1522. E. J
Lone
FOR SALE -1937 Ford 2-door se-
don. excellent condition Complete
m:-ror c.;erhoul Call 3-2375
house 199. New Cristobal.
FOR SALE.-1948 Ford Tudor V8.
onlr $680.00. House 2013-B or
cr pho.e Curundu 6159
FOR SALE.-1939 Ford Sedan with


MISCELLANEOUS
0 ye Io* a bhoiat p**e"lt
Wite Abealelli Aea.i.ym.e. e11
2081 Ames C. Z.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic
Central Avenue 'K" street, corner.
Telephone 2-3479. Panama.
We repair Bendix washing machines.
or onv otner make. Guaranteed
work Moderate prices, Achurra y
Becerra Shop Telephone 3-4687
Try your luck!
with Our merchandise club
ALMACEN LA PARISIEN
Central Avenue 113
SPECIAL FLIGHT to Kingston, leav-
ing every Iwo weeks $60 one way,
$108 round trip. Panama Dispatch
Ser;'ce 36 Avenida Nacionol lAu-
tomobile rowl Tel. 2-1655, Pan-
omo.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE-Used fluorescent 4-tube
industrial lamps. Inquire at No. 21
Juan B. Sosa Street.
FOR SALE:-25 cycle air conditioner.
Carrier Console Room Unit. 1-2
H.P. $17500. Phone Balboa 2-
2710.
FOR SALE: 1941 Buick in good
condition, Weslinghouse refriger-
ator. porcelain 25 .Cycle. Boys
Brke 26" 9 x 12 rug and pad I
Call 4-646. between 3-6


FOR SAL


OR SALE" Mahogany bedroom 1946 motor. 4 new tres. new HOUh
suite iGuest); Single bed chit.- botten,. S.160 Panama Canal Bar See
fonimr. beaside robe. occasc.nol Telephone 2-1347. Phone
Arm-cheor, round gate-leg table.
Arm-char, round gate-leg table. c FOR SALE- 1950 Srudebaker coupe. FOR SAl
telephone table 3 mahogany chil- ado. seat covers, a dependable for of
fonmers: 2 wardrobes mahogany. car. Must sell. no reasonable of- 2-229
round dining table. mahogany loea- e, refused, White Kobbe 3230. otter.
tension. 6 matching chairs; ma-
hogany bookcase. modern; China FOR SALE--1946 Ford Sedan. new
closet oaok': I Teak Ch.nefe I.res. Perfect condition. $450
carved tcble i20"'1 1 Teak Ch,- Borroda Bethano'". House 45.
nese cor.ed table il ": Un.ver- Telephone 3-3639 --- 2-3141. B
sol electric ironer; porch swing Lo\ton. FO RSA
Airplane luggoge Calrl 3-192 FOR SALE Cherolet Panel 1-2 cycle,
House, 177 Ne* Cr,stobal. Dr. Vern Ton 1953. almost new. can be good.
Prier. f.nanced. Phone 2-2298 working
bR SALE Gas stove. 4 burner. hours. 3-1294 after.
oven, broler $25 00. Phone Pan- FOR SALE -Chevrolet Four Door-
ama 3-395; Sedan. 1952 excellent condition.
new tires. Phone 2-2298 working FOR SAi
OR SALE- Phil.ppine Ration 9 hours. 3-1294, after. 64
pieces $375 00, mahogany d.nr.g ---- 64.
table, 7 choir.. mirrored Ch.na FOR SALE.-'48 Packard, series 120. boa 2
Cabinet. $240 00 Mahogany Twin 4 door season, radio, heater, good `
Beds, Airfoam Mattresses. D resser tires, low mileage. Call Kugler,
with glss rtop. mirror. bedside chest. Navy 2433 to 4 p. m., after 3792. ra
glass too. chair $315 00, Console iti Offerd
Radio-V.clrolo with records $175 rOSil n Offered Mor
00; Glider w.ih Plast.c Cushions M
I 5 00; Large Storage or Tool WANTED:-Sales agents for club.
Cabipet 55.00, Mahogany Book- Apply with your identification cord. U
shelves $300; Kitchen cc.bnet ICornetl. Good opportunity for Il
55.00; Metal Porcelain top Table interested persons. Parelen Fumi-
$6.00, Windows for end porch ture No. 168, Central Avenue. PAK
S5.00; Porch screens $3 00 each. French
Luggage. Concertina $7 00 593 Wanted Position to a
X. Ancon. road to Gas Slalion. ______r


OR SALE:-Must sell immediately
household furniture, bedroom set.
diningroom, livingroom. dinette.
.lefcJ furniture, refrigerator. stove
etc. All reersnn ly priced. House
N.. 24. 50th Street East Bella
Vista. AIerneons from 3 to 5:30.
OR SALE.-D.n.ngroom furniture
Rattan. Made in Manilo laige
*table. e;ght chairs cupboard. Tel-
!aphone 3-2032. Panama
OR SALE: Fr.g;do.re 25 Cycle
refrlgmotor $50 00. Electric cabinet
"- type sewing machine. $50.00.
Wicker. sellee 55 00. other misc
i teams. Balboa 2-1505 House 1549
E, Gavilan Road
SOR SAL:-3 lawn chairs and table
Sto match. 2 porch chairs. House
509, Ancon. C Z. Phone 2-4225


OR SALE:-Almost new Hotpoint
S I ft. double door freezer refrig-
erator. latest model, bargain price
also other household. applianrts
and-furniture. Telephone 3-0199.
Ponama.


bR i ALE -Modern furniture sets
bE dtooms. dningroorm. lringroom
; Os' stove. reltrgeraror. Phone 2-
4, 4-7 m

Watch It, Sir -
: WA ENBURG. Colo.. Aug. 26
; P) Frank Mateo ran over
. aipislf with his own car. While
. irivl49, he f.1 out and a rear.
e. ee trurk hin. breaking two
: ied In hLs hand and inflicting
-a id bruises.


FOR SALE

FLORIDA BAR
No. 8 "K" Street
'For Information Call
Phones 2-2088 and 3-3755


Mature reliable West Indian woman
wlh good recent references trom
American employers seeks steady
work as laundress or general house-
worker for couple. Housewife at
Panama 2-3907 will accept mei-
sages for her.

WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED Respectable couple


desires vacation quorterl. Septem-
ber thru November..Tel. Balboa 2-=
2998
CAR WANTED: English -12 Ton
Panel. must be in good condition
and con be financed. Phone 2-
2298 work ng hours, 3-1294
otter.
STATION WiAGON WANTED -
1951 to 1953 ,n good condition
Must be financed. Phone 2-2298
working hours 3-1294 alter


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CHEMICALS UP--Above
NewscharL shows how sales of'
chemicals have risen in the U. S.'
from 1939 to the present. Start-
ing with a low of about $4 bil.
lion In 1939, sales rose steadily
only leveling off in 1952. It is
estimated that the 1953 figure
will approach the S19 billion
i-mark, high point for the puo4.


FOR SALE AT BARGAIN PRICE


Building No. 86 "A" Ave. where Cafe Duran
Roasting Plant operated. Appropiate for Fac-
tory, Warehouse, Store or Market. Complete-
ly fireproof with electric and gas installations.
For particulars Phbib 2-2226.
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.E.-REGISTERED BLUETICK
JD can be taken for trial.
NAVARRO at CIVA, S. A
2-0870
LE--Centrally located space
lice or deposit, or both. Phone
)8 working hours, 3-1294,


FOR SALE
oats & Motors


LE--Borgain 6 motors 25
75, 1-6 to 3-4 HP. All'
2 near new. Call 4-125.

FOR SALE
Motorcycles
LE -Cushman Scooter, model
Good condition. Phone Bal-
!-3667.


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Kco, Indchina


independence
IS, Aug. 26 (UP) The
government announced
it will institute sweeping
1s and grant increased


ilnepenaence to Morocco and
Indochina in a drive to stem
rising tides of anti-French na-
tionalism in those troubled
lands.
The cabinet designated a
high-powered commission, head-
ed by Premier Joseph Lanlel
himself, to negotiate new agree.
ments giving greater home-rule
to the associated states of In-
dochina.
It also heard Foreing Min-
lster Georges Bidault outline
"vast new reforms" planned for
the Moroccan Protectorate.
Negotiations looking to the
pacification of dissident ele-
ments in Indochina will be held
in Paril, beginning In early au-
tumn. Bome of the preliminary
discu4idons already are under
way %irh Cambodian represen-
tatives hi Pnom Penh.
Information Minister Emlle
Hughes told Paris newsmen that
the full cabinet will be asked
to apEpove the Moroccan re-
forma program within two
weeks&
Both steps will be Intended to
answer foreign criticisms of
French colonialism.
Negotlations with the Asso-
elated States of Indochina will
be carried out within the frame-
Swork of France' July 3rd note
offering vastly increased inde-
pendence to the war-torn states,
within the French union. After
preliminary jockeying, all three
Indochinese states agreed. In
site of the holdout of Cambo-
dla's King Norodom Sihanouk.
The Moroccan reforms will
fall into two classlfications:
1. Political and administrative
changes which will transfer
part of the Sultan's powers to
the Grand Vizer's Council and
open the doors to increased
Moroccan participation In the
government of the protectorate.
2. Economic and social re-
form aimed at imarovlnq living
tlardardsa nd givlni Moroccsn
vouth new alms and outlooks
lor Its energies.


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RESORTS
WILLIAMS Santa Clara Beh C-
toges. Large. comfortable, mdi*n,
near beach. Balboa 3050 ewopt
weekends
Phillips. Oceanside cottages. St
Clora, Box 435, Balboa.
Panama 3-1877, Crlitobo -


Houses on beach. Santa Cleam.l
in COOL Campona mesntgl
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa 19W
or see cr'taker there. ..


Foster's Cottages. One mile -,t
Santa Clara. Please bring Y r-
linens. Phone Balboa 2-186I _
Gramlich Santa Claru
tage. Electric icebox@% go
moderate rotes. Telepm -44
Gamboa; 4-567. Pedro MIgl.-

FOR RENT
House ...
FOR RENT: To American family
only unfurnished three bedroom
chalet. Apply house 103 Main
Paitilli Airport Road, phone Cris-
Stobal 1847.
FOR RENT:-Modern residence, fur-
nished, Ycaza Avenue, "Cristina"
Building Campeo Alagre): living-
room; 2 be&eaom, :bathroom.
kitchen, garage. Can be seen from
2 to 5 p. m. Telephone 3-5227.
FOR RENT:--TW bedroom. House
ferrished. Weitwood Form. Suit-
able two couple. Tel. Balboa, 2756
after 5 p. m.
FOR RENT.-Fumrnhd residence in
Bell6 Vrsto. 3 bedrooms, 2 bath
rooms, maid's room, garage, phone
3-0019 3-3288, Panama, No.
14 40th Street.


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTINTION G. I. Just built modern
apartments, one, two bedrooms.
hot and cold water. Telephone
Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-New 3 bedroom apart-
ment in a modern duplex. Maid's
room, hot water., Situated in the
best location of "El Congrejo."
SLovely view. Phone Panama 3-0691
from 9:00 a. m. to 12:00 noon,
and 3-5244 from .42:00 noon to
8.00 p, m.


FOR RENT:-Unfurnished apartment
parlor, diningroom, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, both, garage, at No. 23,
Nicanor Obarrio Street, Belle Vista,
see De Castro, No. 24 "8" Avenue
Panama. Rent $100.00.


FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment.
Best residential neighborhood.
Su-table for two couples. 43rd St.
No. 13, Bella Vista.
FOR RENT-Spacious dcpl furnished
apartment $150.00. Number 27,
48th Sfreet.
FOR RENTt Modern apartment,
furnished, near El Panama Hotel
$125.00. September 15th to Oc-
tober 15th. Telephone 3-2139.
FOR RENT.-Unfurnished one bed-
room, modern apartment. 168 Via
Belisori Porras.

FOR SALE
rial Estate
FOR SALEr-DFrgainl Going, cheaply
two family apartment building,
concrete foundation No. 4243,
main wMd, Pueblo Nuevo. Call
anytheM.
FOR SALBl1-6I 1-2 hectares of land
In, IhpMv ArgiJn, 100 meters
facing concrete highway, 4 Cts.
square moite. Tel. 3-3021.


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SA the boxers scheduled to
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were lmpressV winners their
ast time In the ring.
The main eventers -Fede- 4
co Plmmer and Lals Samuels
who will battle ten rounds or
less at 138 ponds.- were re-
speetive winners over Harry
"Smaaty" Smith and Kid Allen
n their last outings.
Beto Scantlebury, who meets
Costa tican Luis Cohen, whip-
ped Francisco Benty at the La
Macarena bullring in his pre-
vious engagement. Cohen report-
edly won three straight fights in
ColObmbia. He meets Beto at a
186-pound weight limit in. a
scheduled six-round semifinal
match..


by

JOE WILLIAMS


Over the loag haul, Frank (Musles) Stranahma. Toledo hr
to sparkplug mleas, P I prove up as the best asalM r ir-eS
the wold. Yet the UGA wdats no part of hia in the War
Cup matches asaWsnt the British this year. Why?
First thing you want to know is how does a player get tapped
for the cup matches? What does he have to do?
Golf's spokesman at central Intelligence In midtown, Joe De,
was happy to explain yesterday.
"The committee makes the selections on the baals of their
cardinal principles, ability, amateur status and sportmnsaip" ..
8ince Mr. Dev is not a member of the committee and protoeWo
forbids discussion of such matters by junior executives, the gs- ..
tleman was not asked to state under which principle body beastU-
ful was found defilent.
It couldn't have been ability. Though biceps has never won
our amateur he's twice won the British counterpart and this yeJ
finished second to Ben Hogan In their Oeen. .
Nor could it have had anything to do with his amateurism
because he pays his way. takes no money, and besides, no oes
tons are ever asked when he enters the National Amateur whse
official scrutiny is most thorough and penetrate.
This narrows It down to sportsmanship. *ue, there's a b
of a.rap against silver spoon on account of he's been in several
hassles here and over there but these were charged off to Juvenli-
ty and spoild brathood.
Apparently It couldn't have been. portamanahip..elther, fr
body bends was a member of the last three cup teams, more thk
held his own and created no International Incident. Has he Wee
guilty of an odious offense in the meantime?
S0


Cwwn unCWVw anM LLZ KINNA are shown receiv-
Sntheir first aii awards, with Gen. Costllo doing They Usually Make Sense
honors. The was Sunday's Mixed Scotch Fourrsome
tournament at the Fort Amador Golf Club. Assuming that he hasn't, or else there would have been so '
t hint of it, the Lionel Strongbeart of golf must have given te
Brush for reasons unrelated either to ability, amateurism of,
sportsmanship. Personal reasons, or whims.
amenNow it's alwa s oen season on brass hats and badge weareS .
AmaxourAs some of us see Itl they never do anything eight. But In the
S" last 20 years or so the golfing fathers have distinguished than- .,
Shelves for competency, common sense and oepn covenants openly
ft lfl '.. .. Mt arrived at. Theirs is a first class operation. In contrast, tennis
Ss t ,-tor er example. la, wretched foke. .
r. n So when something like this bobs up the critic is inatinctlvel "
[t a disposed to take their side against the player. Their record ri'
l" '.rrAy- tenna A tally demands it. Having watched them in action at cloe ran g
ii the critic knows their primary interest Is the welfare of the sport.
.. They are mostly monled men. socially prominent, yet u like
-.. -- VICTOR AsPRILLA some of their predecessors, free of self-importance and snobbery.
They don't care where their amateur champions come fromrn
A cord turnout of 108 male to Pnot and congratulate the
d trout of 108 me to prl nersnt and co ratul t the Asprll dispatched as they are strictly amateur and this they make a firm
ae ra of the Fort prise winners. The General not ha iprlla dispatched Ba Point of.
OAOf W CIOf dormo 111, 0 nm Dt5laM awards smd by Quiro flyweight champ of point of.
Al a ato C n, tr clmiated on y to se d advat v i- thed Zstbmu, In such ine style They are. in passing, the one major sports group, which ha '
i 'nahyurd pte but to p wiielav of that a recent issue of '"e Ri successfully come to grips with the thorny amateur problem. "
S o lllr o e but to pa t winners iof n rntseo hm22 What they do, tennis, colleges and others could do as well. The,
narse This nd a atdd 17 o e th A s at d p n formula is simple. Sincerity and unremitting vigilance. And no
Score. Ti Srb and &wars Includd 17 ofi-mot." Asprlla uted atriving for virtuous headlines.
ra awards for Club numbers to meet Kid Zeine I also vie- *
b are n owed only one U s p Champion Ju- torious his last time out, in a
i plAyed by alter- 11 the S nd Anual sm-round 118-pound special. Britain, Reds, White Ho e?
shots. Golf Day TObMnament T eBritain, eds,W ie House?
lowhpmdicap teai:0 l.a ;j PGA. 4 The Program Will be emid-
b7 Wot PA, 4 aere- th wt s hO a on ha' u erp This time, though, the fathers have ot themselves fouled up.
e of e re- that ould welBan" S tel h We They cent deny Stranahan by their own code qualities on all
t a ln then awards a te m .L rathlte counts. This makes a mystery of the situation. Natural, suepi- "l
hoers riaes. The to Twaome Tour- "- dcon is stirred.
t o t'thldl month, a B wss s o Just as naturally, where there is no explanation. sWpeulatlo --
an ImPesuIve w Ima m s n. a Pd :unmmidie follow. I wsspect ambnoA ~t~
tr a e Betch r o *t h s l0 t. 'ihnft. IA) MUScles vas drop T s the =a w
a t ng wet&, b or i ^to frustrate Red propaganda. (C) to pleuSatiWh te HI%@t.
91 leading the I Lwr roup -- C. M Murray A prIs es- a Don't go wa. I know this sounds crazy and probably Iet
front $rgSeio rla nto 75 gigUperoing th lBritsh ba become an American fetdh. There
ia dffu ttor, I DOe fMietten a cents og a& boaa trend to socialism over there and a millionaire playboy as A
B5 opponent could be offfenive. And we are the hosts this year.
o f Atn. I a. lgars man l of um And 11 Muscles should play a forceful role In pinning bEak*-
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noe to- J.' la & ganlzatlo. 200 fresh PUp or- for Iron Curtain coneumption?... "No wonder the dirty capitaslt -
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LONDON. Aug. 26 IUP' --
Prime Minister Winston Church- Ie t P tt Ut a h cunt saf m s
ill. again personally direcing the "Let the people ow truth and the entry e --raam "il
British government, discussed
with his cabinet today the dil- TWENTY-EIGH'IH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY. AUGUST At i
ferences between Britain and the[ ... .
United States over the Korean I ,
poll conference. R H at
India's presenceat the confer-
ence table Is the chief point at t]
issue. An Informed source saidS
the subject was at the top of the,,
agenda at the cabinet session. :;. '
Diplomats In London consider
the dispute the most serious be- 11
tween the United States and l l. f
Britainince the start of the Ko- O geren
rean War. 'Plns For B igerence
The Anglo-Amerlean alliance
Is the basis of Britain's foreign I
policy. Churchill is eager to UNITED NATIONS. N Y. Aug ended Its formal debate yester- of the confere e st.Loay's Vishlnalyrk lat hour ~ ia b
keep the current differences 126 IUP' The United Nations day with russia agreeing that meeting. But tle- alterg h ori
from growing and adding fuel !political committee moved to- South Korea should have veto nations were eclaimwas .dAperat MB
for Communit propaganda. ,ward a vote today on the con- power at the forthcoming Far that "l gnt, or ySi-U tate- foreo~gq`d bid to t
Britain believes India should troversial ouestlon of what na- East political conference, ments made in-the arml date, committee deeoi t
take part in the talks and that tons shall participate in the Committee Chairman Joao the actual voting vas not ex- accepting the U. 8.
several points of view should b' Kor.an Peace Conference. Carlos Mufioz of Brazil said he pected to begin unat tomorrow. the Korean peace p
represented Pt the conference The 60-nation committee hoped for a vote on composition The committees usual after- Vablasky'l h A al,,
table, rather than Just the bel-- noon session ws ancelled to South Ken, .- wne :i
llzerent sides. permit a meetift of the Security North Koiean o a n a
Other subjects discussed at | Council to de.., whether the settUlent as
today's meeting the sources said a nU. N. should, lvatigate Arab- Msere culte.... w
In-lirded: N ationwide, O versea Agn Afrir,,oA Ob o jgailnst PrOrepo thW t p
1. Ir"n. Britain 1i enger to re- France over e deposing of the tua s uth the u
sump diplomatic relations so the Sultan of Mo ofrocco, Waj. the heattg al ,. S
Anolo-Iranian oil dispute may T I St I I The United StBteg anuaene- dgdL roicia ,
be triken up again. fed it we" "Britishhand
2A. Ekot. Sources said that full. telephone Strike Loom s rance is agma t pu.t- 0sf- @
official talks probably will be re- ig the _Xmlss I on the O hk U ma
sued if the Informal discussion the co agetda, and the da y ea
now under way nrogresses. onil te onexpeted to re. m
3. A note to the Soviet Union NEW YORK, Aug 26 (UP) on whether a strike had been o ei -L t w w o .ats n It.o e
on OGrmany. The cabinet dis- CIO communications workers authorized yet. tll M r
cusserd the draft whirb re3re- threatened today to disrupt na- The action -came as company ovie Delegate Anrel T. on the U. M. M.N
sentatives of Britain, the United tionwide and overseas long dis- and union officials resumed Vishinsky also proposed.a new Ko would
States and France have been tance telephone service with an their four-month-old contract ate o nations to attend th
drpwin up in Paris. unauthorized walkout. talks here and the CWA exe.-Korean peace na ley wav o
It wvs the second meetinfi Tension In the dispute with cutive board met at its Chicago He dropped Sweden, at l. that t ws "w
Churchill haq presided over since the 22.000 long lines members of headquarters. own request from he original attol
he was stricken last June. the Communications Workers of Informed sources said the 11-nation slate And added filw the
America and the American Tele- workers might walk out of long other non-beligerents Indtb- ra.'1-
Araentina's phone and Telegraph Co. in- lines offices across the nation esl. EpWI 8Co f h'
creased as strikes and alleged and overseas exchanges in New O6 es -N
Middies Move AT&T Bell Sstem subsidiaries "at any time." Nor
T An-o | in Inndiana, Maryland and the A strike would affect long dis- Korea, Poland, M ai .
O Ann DOHIS Southwestern states. tance senrloe n 40 states and dlia.
PHILADELPHIA. Aug. 26 (UPI A resolution passed last week the District of Columbia and While
p-aof^Aron .^ med .A vera conee^ s ^ 100 KoreanT v.^teihr !^ 3
- A Party of 140 Arentine mid- by Chicago members of the ovr connectionswith 100 n
shinmet leave the Philadelphia lon dfor a strike today co strike has been authoraeded t ete
Naval Base today for a look at to support union demands for "No strike hn but there en a ery thrisedl
the Naval Academy at Annapolis, $3.50-a-week general rWage n definite threat of a walkout.e IIs
The mrlnd n arrirease for all 13,500 operators, said John Lots, president of New rAt a l
The midshipmen arrived In 6,500 maintenance men and 2,000 Yk Cty' Local 11 I h sa .
Philadelphia yesterday morning clerical and administrative long York City'ss loal 10, which ltof tod tr
on the first stop of an Inter- lines employes. represents about one-third of Hl told the
national goodwill tour. the nation's long lines workers. omittee that
Tody they will visit An- Union members took a strike "The members are Impatient speb by south
rnpnls. tour naval installations vote last month authorizing the with the stalling tactics of the Minister Y. T. YIun. 'al de k
at Wpshington, and then witness executive board to take any ac- management, and I don't know that South Kora, ll hat-
Alit battle demonstration at tion It chose tI the dispute. CWA If we can -hold them." ing plans for rpto
the ~I~.rne Corps Base in Quan- President Joseph Blerne said In A company spokesman said he warfare If thIng 0 ot tu
tilo, Virginia. Chicago he had "no comment" knew of no "stalling tactics." out Rhee's way astthe polical
_AT&T officials said they knew conference,.. Which alr y I
.. of no official strike plans but a fully conrdinated with t- .
AT 7 spokesman issued a statement Amerian way."
saying that "in the event of a
Don't be walkout, service to long lines M
users will not be interrupted. Th
Service will be maintained by! I
Y .. .q%.iIM supervisory personnel."
S ftake A affected by the dispute are New t of '
Hampshire, Monthna, Washing- nd
SSouth Dakota and Vermont. A Piumanan 10riue Urria
strike might disrupt their com- 31, n a filed rO in .Wla
munications with the rest of 3 1,usI= fined 440 In saloe
the nation, however. Ma te'sCou'this
In addition to the wage in- On l ahage of o8 pei6rtin -
crease, the union is seeking some vencle n an ilsfe .CD.l oLe tbed', aM
fringe benefits that are In dis- Urri wt picked uP on Oas-red
pute. Present wages for opera-lard Hihway this morl
totrs range from $36.50 to start driving a dump truck w
in small cities and $44 in large *ectiv brakes.
cities to tops of $55 in small A woman with threeok
Cities and $62 in New York. was :ined 815, gyo- a tlsu
Maintenance men receive from ed 15-day Jail nten that I
$88.50 to $47 to start and $79.50 DiPedI Or probation for rd
to $164 top. year on a ch Of
In thf 35-day-old Indiana Bell conduct. The wa mmtt,
System strike, company officials against Syiau u ,. D, ratic l.t
S. Charged that saboteurs cut six true name is Dtuo aMn oF
Cables, knocking out service to B. owev e hl "s tat ora
Plesat, refreshing ENO'S "Pruit Sail" i, the 2,500 Indianapolis telephones. nd* Pe= urt, an toba
Sgntle corrective mot of us need to keep the The company said service leal dt. aI ve entry "
system regular. It is s safeguard against morning through four eastern Indiana- that abll d preioulsr -
Sverishness, souohing and settling to the stomach poli. exchanges was halted and but and the oA f y11l .
1U1ta by unuriable food or drink. ENO'S safely offered a $2,500 reward for In- mena o".
-e e over-acidity, a mst frequent cause of formation leading to the convic- WMole l "st "1or
d. i sti on, flatulence or heartburn. tion of the vandals. to
EN 'S contain no sugar or harsh The company said a charge of vad l C,
purptive. i is panicuarly, stable shotgun pellet damaged a long 36.
or none wirth a delicate stomach. distance cable between Indlana- tl
SKeepyrEu NO'Shandy-foryou. polls and Dayton, O., bringing to I Be. .
self and your fatly. 127 the number of cases of cable sto
damage since the strike began. a l r
urn '1 Officials of Southwestern Bell, 38. W l C K i 0W,.3
which has 53,000 striklig work- IupoI the A. ,
ers, said three shots from a'ant ., i i a
FtSoldintb.ot. 6 'high-powered rifle had damag- cL
fOT Iptb@Ufrluh Ir d acab'e near Joplin, Mo., dis-
fo *Iti kfrei r t S" rupting service on 800 long dis- wilM ad Mi i r
SPECIALLY RECOMAIFrDED for IRREGULAR ACON, tance circuits. The company of- fail aa .
Cia HEADAcIM uvIEISHNEss. BILIOUSNESS. INDIGESTION. te., feared $5,000 reward for informa- 'c a
~s-aD. e s 4Ne oSuS. .GStN. Ss ton leading to conviction of tlegr af thatL h. ~ .
ATHERS. de .1H Th Srig r "saboteurs." R P. t
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