The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01698

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mna&n an uauisl v s 11 .ANA vm.A AM PO& IN Labor News
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SWhat' President Elsenower
YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN needs goat today is a tlasey re-
lo port on the politleal oves and
hates and habits t labor leaders .-

T H M ,i\ A to convince, he's about iealdy to
i believe that to run this govern-
-u ment he'd better know as much f
about the intricacies Inside la-
The Mail Box s an open forun tao, readers it The Pannom Am.l. bor as he knows of the complex-
icon Letters are received grlao ul;y and are handled in a wholly coni- ties of mass warfare. i
dentiol manner. The labor leaders have put -
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient 1i It idoen't appel te Ike on the spot by demanding he
asex day. Leters aro published m the order receried. make a decision which may spillt
Please *ry to keep the Ict:crh mixed to one pagelf th his own party wide open. A de- .
Identity ot letter writers s held in strictest cltldeine. clslon which may hurl him into
This newspaper assumes no ,esponsibility tor statements as opinion a running feud with Congres-
e*rr. -a In letters trom reodern stonal leaders and snarl Congre ss
into a knotted band of angry
NOT FO THE WEAK-MINDED men.
NOT FOR THE WEAK-MINhDED m hBehind the scenes, AFL chiefs
Canal Zone are cutting strong pressure on a
CanalIke to release a pro-labor state-
Eit ment-to call on Congress vir-
would like to kLno. ho ha apcroIed the ordering and di- tally to wipe out the T af-art-
tri. .on of Kin-e, s tonk in our local libraries. leyonvntin law-before the n aSt. Louional
To m. n ay of thinking it i an informative book in the hands for a trbllent one-week sesalon l
of adults to be consulted Wor reference in medical and social wel- on Sept. 21.
fare rese^ rch. e The statement written on or-
fare re.errh. ders from assistant President
I am slid m\ children missed the excerpts which made front Sherman Adams. Is considerltd
pae news became the. have sane ideas on the sex subject. In- suicidal by Vice-President Nixon
cidenrall; tnev ar% ev r busv i h ::o.. e aci ittesei .al s i and would hav been stopped by
have the influence and auldrnce of a loving mother in the home the late Senator Taft.
I think the Kinsey book could do far more harm than good However, Pre delftii -enhow-
to teenacers and weak-minded adults. er now favors releSalg juns such
a demand on Conegr altbough
Mother's Voice it's not In session. Stnee no uh-
(Do I Hear Another) er backstage political teaneuver-
ing anywhere wlU enaltywI
------ make such sensational doliaerti.l
news as is now belnl whipped up I
HEALTH INSiURANCE by this battle of the wintse and
Sir summer White House, their all M
untold details will be put on the
Fle'se. Governor. can t something be done. and without too record here. .-- --.
mic;h urt;ler delay to enable Company-Covernment employes some months ago. President
to et some Kind of group health insurance coverage? Eisenhower surprised hie aides
by sitting in on a White House .
"e have Inquired about Blue Cro.ss or some similar benefits sbsion which wasI working out se
ov .1 nere: we' e been told that the Administration is ''" orkine the lricate details of a new la- -.
on a olan Howv atout the cl. n and vhen coss it go Into effect? borlaw. -..,l
-;nanks~, inP is about n.netvc day's he.nc. Can we have some There was shar disagreement
thin givi.ni at least b\' ThanksRiving for health Insurance cpv- among Ike's cabinet members,.
erage? with Labor S cretary Durkin
SPoor Pskino. in the ralmn of the A .. i ti.
...- M... Po for some 20 plOht which would
Swipe out the controversial Taft- eivalent. And nce
i:' C FS B CoC troarifhw and raie cr.arly
..' L. [:r i New Deal powerdto labor.
Ike bhramb mmere thpn a HI- I i eweilst Inb 6 bsn
.tie nettled. Fleailly he. t*oM' i ataaU~ de as we J
SDurkin and Seoretarv of Con- it.. Bit It wa a la % P ad _a
i, loint pror anm d le hims. uilt- Iti at l Q ain Idfa
Shave it. Weeks .ad Duarki- -bqmb or an A.
S\, representing Amerieas's lte W have insto add
ending bulnem luenaftsbor l ance upon the me
S" .- T i ctlets-wrangled fr qte a S reyi A-bomb a. d
ST-. / while in private eealel mels hear t iRd a ima i
S/There was mtin ,ae agreement. -Bast b. Iin l Wi ..
,. Ikr Ie then called them to the lad bitter."
White House Weeks .t his .
counsel. Durkin aeme. did
1HoIse labor chlef Sam 1J
nell, Sea41ir W lef anI ed
der Se th. a D
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3? T \ f ^Jke .wt.and listened bu
f; requentlv while brl ed si
_Ro' .ome unfamilir mUitary'situa-
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S-until they aeread. He walked out d
P'ide Pernard 8hlnlei, would be
the liaison men between the Strm tof the ...W Di
,-rol-- and himelf 0our H-bomb effort actunly
S"hnThen the hlR in lshirfted over ~ tag a 1 whole 3year
t \ Serator Taft's headonarters.' had ben reported prevLosl __.
1v 'rkine wl'h him until he was
S' I-en itI. Back the" shifted to
\I the White Houlse, still without
S anv *rerement.
Finallv. Sherman Adams told
Pe-rard Sbanley to write a f-
SI nal draft giving the An. some
19 of the N points erigtinaly
d71 demanded. ThiL wua writeam 1 TON--(NEAl--J st u a "il
S3 Tr-t e'roved I- Prelident have been ihowini
T. 11U 5Reg.U-. I.to. FI-enhnwer, who did not gol n !9.-
O ls b o through the entire deumnmeit oOf Ctiil
"1, let's celebrate our engagement with a big dinner- hut t'ok the word of s le i tei trol town H
after we're married we'll always be scrimping!" that it was what was needed.
STwo cnnles of the draft were
t up to the Hill by Pherman
Adrms. Np;ther Secretary of
romwmerce Weeks nor the lead-
In- b,,slness men in Washington t
saw it.
When it was read to them
Er+T1r.A1 over the nhne Ir shown in its a
entirety by the few Con-ressmen thor
!ff AY who had c n'i thev screamed .
rVr iT r d swrooned down on Vice-Pres- ior r ai
By this tlme .senator Taft had
p'esentsn sed away Nixon tried to "i'
.eet withdraw it for further study- I
-but It was leaked to one news-
S' nan on a trade toi'rnal who had t
top husines contacts. i.t.d on t
CENTRAL Thee who leaked It didM
3-D Technicolor Release...! to ull the President's proposed gmUBA Wi'' f?
Ilboer mewr l to CongrLe. -
1:15 -3:12 5:06 7:02 8:58 p.m. They stalled it all rirht. Btt
apparently it wasn't kll. .si.at.
At Regular Prices: 0.60 Eyeglasses 0.15 New AWL president Geerge Pat I iles
Meany. andertandably from the. ind rbVy
SA N A hu o"' t f viw, has uasse ''iSne
S i H r word on to Durkli and Etea- aM of
'e '^ hower "that the AWL wants It
Meany want it out u a mnsl-
PAR Ie to the eouptry and the
enJ1Cre~ lj~Ilon) Cebefore
MyIoMeuti, a conveens.T
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*; television .ipovie sEtudiu will aicd a lot 01 mIlu.ic a iii oiar-
f take it, I" wouldn't knw.,. but ring il p1'tureS'tocty.
three ol tt.,: 1 WAMPAS baby -oOo--
stars who Vill be selected at the The word's out that Rita Hay-:
first annual dinner d a n c e worth's Beckwith ('orp. slipped
** sponsored 'y the Hair Stylists Dick Haynme. 513,000 to light
". and Make-up Artist.~ at the the deportation rap, but Rita
. Ambassador Hotel Sept 12 will'herself wil stay out of the
como from TV! fracas.
NBC ABC and CBS have --oOo-
beAn asked by the powder tuuf Hed\v La lar's pals in Holly-j
and haii curler experts to select wood sa\ mtat she \aiIts to a-
a babv st&r along will. the recr pictures and her move to
movie studios in a revival of the Eurupe is designed to get her
into the Scieen Directors Guild. I
Is other. anyone, outside of Las-
sie and Bohzo, who doesn't want
to direct?
i;~ he Eleanor Parker-Bert
Friendlob chill is thawing, but
Snot enough for a reconciliation
'She permits her producer-hus-
WONDERFUL VACATIONS band to visit the kiddi.s and is
WONDERFUL VA cordial about everything.
; AWAIT YON IN --Oo--
T YU IN Mary Picklord and her nephew
Sonny Chaliff, aren't talking.
Frances Roolnson, Sonny's wile
is m Hollywood to star in a se-
ries of Screen Gems and Fire-
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oyig PAM Jadin WQpg, the Chinese
beauty la. t* King Brothers'
RKO film .'"Te Carnival Story,"
S is Anna' ~ WBng's cousin,
She s ewoi Jhema n a Lon-
Idon nitelry, MasAna May
Sdid a coiope of decqdes ago.

hairdresser, costume designer'
and makeup man to go to Alrica
with her for "Aanglers"' Produc
er Bob Galdstein is groaning.
Corinnr Calvet plays a 16-year
old tomooy with Junmy Stewarlt
j ana Ruth Roman m The Far
S, Country."
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On-the-spot observers in Mex-
Ico blame the fireworks during
l._ the filming of "Hondo" on John
P Wayne and Director Johnny
Parrow -not on stage newcomer-
0161 11 Geraldine Page. who's the
L- A -dw Due's leading lady. Tbh.y spy
Lo A| i that Geralulne's theater tech-
ruque irked the two men.
California has every- -oO-
thing: fascinating Nora Edding ton Fitnn
Haymes, not the type to wring
cities, famous resorts h~r hands over a deportation
and perfect climate. threat to an estranged hubby.
lis a romantic blaze with Scott
SBrady. Dick Haymes' woes
It's al yours to enjoy prompted them to keep the non-
in a few hours flying fire a secret.
time, thanks to PAA'I ALL SMILES
luxurious Constelloej
.. Ivn %g1w Bruce is all svffL
tion-type Clippers Hulbyi A. Bar in Turkeyl O.
cab ed e t hpt he will be v
rsersionI Ing to Hollywood to join her-.
r.eervat a moth. Virginia is az
rTravml Agent beattful as ever In the rhe
rHrr./C Krasne telefilm for Lux
S'Something to Live For."
ou. EAd M3V It s ironic that Fox's "The
OtD'S MOST Next Door,' which closed
IUNCEt AIUNE book on the career of June.
S.0670ver, served as a spring
reet No. 5, el. -070 two new beauties who are h -
Ies Bldg., Tel. 1097 ed for stardom. Playing it
roles in the film were Donna IAe
IFU AFfj Hi.:key, who won the May Wynn
is and money u A role in "The Caine Mutiny" and
Sand oney ir l A oill be knows as May Wyan
end Air Perc. Pool professionally. The other is Jane
c Wooster. who won the title role
FA'V 'F in TV's "Dixie Dugan" telefilm
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FOR SALE FOR SALE IMISCELLANEd US RESOi
Household Automobile@s o ,.. .s. .b a "' WLLIA o nt. S'1T
W l Alseheli A f.g a y. tgs. Large,
FOR SALE--I 1-2 ton 1942 Dodge 0-! Amesl C I near beach. Balboa
',-OR SALE: Gas stove 4 burner. truck, good condlhon Phones: weekends.
en, broiler. $25 00. Phone Pan- Balboa 2-1541. 2-1522. E. J. DR. WENIDEHAKE Medical Clinic.
ama 3-3957. Lowe Central Avenue 'C strrbi g omer. PUm r Ocselda
irtnumr 3--'C" ... Telephone 2.3479.' PaPbra. Gre, Box 435.
R SALE.-D.inngroom furniture. FOR SALE -Chevrolr Four Door- rnam 3.1877, C
Rataon. Made in Mania large Sedan 1952 excellent condition SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via
-W table, eight chairs. cupboard. Tel new tres Phone 2-?22?8 working PANAMA-MEXICO one wo"O
phone 3-2032. Panama. hours. 3-1294. after. round trip $135 (15 cqj
S$165, gooa one year-V. 0 ) = a
.DR SALE -25 cycle refrigerotcor FOR SALE -1946 Ford Sedan. new ANGELES one way. $fS Y2 reund M
SHouse 795-B. La Boca rood Tel- tires. Perfect condition, $450 trip $268.64 190 day limits. Pan- Foster's Cottaoa.
Sephone 2787 after 400 Call, Barroda Bethania". House 45. oma D'spa'ch Service. 36 Avenida Santa Clara. P
r Balboa 3677. office hours Telephone 3-3639 2-3141, Nacional IAultmobile Row). Tel j lins. Phone Bbes
GOD BARGAIN Lovton. Panama 2-1655.
"n seGOOD ARGAIN FOnom Spend your week end at
iiaig set. "White' electric sewing FOR SALE--'48 Packard. series 120. SPECIAL FLIGHT to Kingston, leav- to Clara, cabins, $4.
mhin baby erib am deattreu. 4 door seaan, radio, heater, good ng every Iwo weeks $60 one way. Dnce music by C
House Ne. 29. Ilo St. Son Fran- tires. low mileage. Call Kugler, $108 round trip. Panama Di.potch --
"cice de La Colete, Triboldo. Navy 2433 to 4 p. m. after 3792 Service 36 Avenida Nacional IAu-
S SALE'--Oak dining table with FOR SALE Chevrolet Panel 1-2 tomoblle rowl Tel. 2-1655, Pon- FOR REN
six choirs, $15 00. Mog.c Chef Ton 1953. almost new. can be ama. .
-gas range, 4-burneis. Apt. size. financed Phone 2-2298 working Try your luck! House
$40 00. Call Balboa 3321 hours. 3-1294 after with our merchandise club ---
FOR SALE:-Modern maholgni bed- FOR SALE -1952 Chevrolet 4-door ALMACEN LA PARISIEN. F1 RENT: --To
room set. ivory color Itwin bedsl, Sedan. while side wall tires. radio Central Avenue 113 only unfurnished
including beautiful dressing table. and Sun Visor. clean throughout FOR SALE CPorille Airport rL
a"lmosti ~c No. 54, 45th St. house 68. Third St. New Cr.lobal. FALobol 1847
.aopartmenl phone 3-1513. Oo ---RFO.."-"Tob.4ao
r SA.--reeer 14 t. Ex- FOR SALE:-- 951 Ford Ctom 4. Mliseellaeouu FOR RENT:-Two biw 1 4
*FOR SAL L.Freeer 4 ft. Ex- S ALE.-951 Ford utm _furnished. Westws Ib .
Scellent condition. Albrook 86- Dr. Sedan Fordamot;c. see house FOR SALE -REGISTERED BLUETICK able two couple. T7i9 c 2'
,3_217. 1579-B or call 2-2958 HOUND con be taken for trial. after 5 p m.
MIR SALE.-Oak buffet. $1; kitchen FOR SALE:+-1949 Dodge 2 door. See NAVARRO at CIVA; S. A FOR RENT -F nc
cabinet. $10. louvres, yellow vene- black sedan. Very good condit.cr. Phone 2-C870 BFORElVista. :-i
tian bl.nds for 12 family, $20; Radio and seat covers. Also 1941 FOR SAL.: All kinds of Potted ronm, maid's rlok, p
- porch shade, $3; bookcase with De Sato Club Coipe. very clean Plants and lion stands. One beau- 3-0019 3- .1 nam,
. ass doors, heating unit. $10 car. low mileage, new l.res. Please itful Chinese Table. Chinese Dre 14 40th S-' .
;0440-J. Ancon, phone 2-1807. cell Kobbe 62T6 for information. gon Rug 8 x 10, Rust color. Beou. N--h. -
=uq-JAncon ,. r-r ;lI Muhogony Bar with uphols-11OR RENT-Mod4m ri Ished cl'
OR SALE:-G. E. 25 Cycle washing P sition Offered I '"'d Mr hogan" r0 wth.uphol re
machine. $75. Refrigerator. 25 O n Offered tered chair and mirrors. Phone 3- there wi or
-Cyl. 8 1-2 cu. ft. Coldspot $35' 1294. rden atoN,
Baby crib with mattress, excellent WANTED:--Sales agents for club -- maton.No
yond critwn 18. matrtre ceblent Apply with r dentificaion crd FOR SALE:-Kodok Precision Enlarg- Suan .
.onditon $18. Extra large cbint (Carnet oportun for er. 2 1-4 x 3 1-4 and 35 m.tm .ephe2- between
minany uses $15. Leaving imme- Eklor lenses. Easel & 3 trays. Price M. to 1:00
Sditly. 2544-D, Cocol. Phone interested person.Parien Furni 85 00. Pne Crisal 3
.92 Cocoli. ture No 168, Central Avenue. 8500. Phone Cristobal 3-2456. p.
WANTED:-Female sales clerk wthFCR SALE:-Sacrifice Amateur Ra- FOR RENT: furmi
C'. SALE-Double Beds complete woes k w dio Transmitter, 60 watts, CW- oncrte e ha two
o $48.00. Wardrobes $39 00. Dres- knowledge of bookeepng. u Fone. Dyamic k. Super pro- oms. R fe ig Poitil
,jsers $10.00 Buffets $18.00. Cribs s k E h o n pa receiver. am antenna. 3-2735 field No 0, call 0 .
Complete ~35.00, New mattresses' to "Opporlunity" Apartodo 66,/Co- Cristobal. field ~o Chalet, 0553.
$16.50. Double ipri., $16.00, Ion, slain alary upeted. 3-iL biiln
$3.00, Metal dku $2900. Bors W "AINT / coRtLtE zs
;from $25.00 ..n-. sfets 25.00. r.Srrf 51'
-Ration Arm chairs $19.00. Straight MI3 nalll neols 5 C .
Srhoirs $3. O and many other bar. STAfi WAGON WANTED. FO OtEN -is 3 I
1951 to 1953 in good condition g dC
S fuSYTERS NO INTEREST Must be financed Phone 2,2.298 Iel Estate
i CHARGES WE DELIVER working hours. 3-1294 after. sL
AT FIRST PAYMENT WANTED-.Any piece Booths En~R ShLEon -Completely frnroahed i
I/e reupholster furniture, make slip- ish Chinaware. pattern "Florada, Clar' i Will b a..t i fen afol V A
covers, etc. Call us for free es- ra." Ft. Clayton 3 11. Cnspqlar Aug. A ,s4pt
-4 emte. 3 CAR WANTED: English 1-2 Tbn N. f5f tote apa Wi.l
.i? R. No. 41. Phone 3-4911 Panel, must be irn good condition cott a
AL -Washing machine, tfan and can be financed. Phorif 2-
ord a 2S cycle. R2 B. 229 working hours ,, L:
v 3175. cfter e
V S A garage,
ma poalete American FO A arag be
ad iningroom set Irteery good t SALE
'cr dition for $275.00. Can be FO h ai l T
o e n Satourday and Sunday from BoAi t -'MotOrrg P 3 .
4 :t 6 p m.0th Street No. 16. FOR S : 14' Runabout Mot Cydey FOR :-Nw 3 r
~lina Vista. w Bmfiq-ni d wh:te Oak frame., FOR e .. n "- B mol
SALU.-Americmn wlnut din- M r wyid sides and bottom. F, Ld.:nSct m Me t
t ew. S75.00. Aqipeleap TlaiJer and cover included. Call 2; w7a r to. o"
TlUflod peer se complete Coco Solo 759.a 2-367.
I0me perch set with card r4-:00 -
F00. he~ ath prch set witk card b'y sell and repair outboard m- 244
'amleO l bedak S t .o $170.00Sim tors, boats and fishing tackle. p2*
& ei vo I 1men et 6i70900 Abernathy No. 99, Peru Avenue.
I. $ ,, ,- Panama. .. .


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the e No. 24, 50th St. Eat
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- SALE.-9 piece mahpgony din-
troom set, 6 upholsltred chairs,
.mirrored China closed, buffet and
lJble. $260.00. 10 venetian blinds
excellent condition. $65.00, me-
rdium size rug, 3 small rugs, $25 -1
00. Mohogony coffee tbble mirror
"top, $20.00. Mahogany coffee
boa 12 I, house 807-C. Tavernilla
table mirror, top $20.00. Tel. Bal-
boa 1281, house 07-C. Toverilla
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IM, Charlves E. Miller, Jr. filed Ikel
Sam Md Persem la the Distrct
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tet If the Cnaul Zeuws alot *e M.
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T I ll pJloye, Norman Small. 69 Bar- F4
I Treaf Negotiaors badlan, dleo suddenly yesterday
afternoon 0at the home Qof lhis
(Con'inued Irom Page 1) daughter in Paraiso. Canal Zone
civic nature of the demonstra- police reported. Police said they
tion. believed the probable cause of Me
De.site the huge crowd, only,deith was a cerebray hemorrage or
two injuries were reported by Police said th.? .;ian had been
police. A boy who had climbed suffering from high blood pres-
up onto one of *the wings of the sre since his retirement n
Panama Railroad station, lost July, 1950. About 12 30 yesterday.
hil balance and fell to the police said Small went into
ground 13 feet below "breaking cot.vulsions following a.brief at-
his right arm and a 30-year-old tack of hiccups Small died a- 9
Panamanian suffered bruises bout 2:58 yesterday afternoon, -
and minor contusions when he Just tf'e minutes after the ar-
was knocked "down by an uni- rival of 9 doctor.
dentifled motorcyclist. Small wa. living with his
Police also reported that about daughter, Mrs. Thomas Sawyers.
six elderly persons fainted dur- His body was forwarded to
ing the demonstration and were Gorgas Hshplial yesterday for
taken the nospita! for first aid an mwtopsy
treatment along with the two -----
who were injured. CZ Kinderg rtens
Both Fal..rel and 8 u c r e
pledged to.put Ponama'a griev- Enrollhursa
ances aquarely before the nrursday
United States and expressed the b
conviction that they will receive IEnrollment In the Canal Zone
Justice from the administration kindergartens for the coming
of President Elsenhower. schooll term will be held net
Immediately after the sendoff Thursday the opening day of
came to a close with the crowd school but regular classes will
Singing the national anthem, not begin until the following j
President Remon, hia..minist.rs Monday.
and the negotiators motored to The Zone schools open next
Colon where a similar demon- Thursday and classes in the el A
arution wa.' held in the presence mentary and secondary school
of another large ga thing of with the exception of kindeM.r-
ltaamahlans. tean. will b"n next Ffday.
There will bet10 kindergarten la I
NO BETTER PLACE the U.S.-rate communities in the
Coming school year.
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any help after watching them
load their grocery carts to the
brim in an hour-long shopping
spree. "Oh, no," replied the two
eight-year-old girls. "We're just
playing store."


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S.A wide open seven furlong $656 Class "C" sprint
m i:l feature (he Juan Franco National Race Track's
program tomorrow afternoon. Royal Alligator. with
crackeriack rider Bias Aguirre slated to ride. shapes
up as the probable mutuels choice.


The Alli2ator however. Is sure
to receive plenty of competition
bdth in the mutuels and in the
actual r.'ie iomr Pin Ponll Ru-
ben Vasquez, Apate *Oscar Ma-
7ueran and Nobbscrook IFortu-
nato Hidalgo.
La t aeek Rolal Alliartor diS-
sopointed in the upper bracket
when he went off an overwhelm-
Ing favorite and Ifiled to finish
in the money Despite that
shomina the uise boys are agRin
sticking by the ex-track champ
Nobbscrook. which turned in a
dismal performance under the
guidance of Aeuirre in thick same
class will be ridden on this or-
casion by up-and-coming little
lidalgo
. Pin Pon and Agate both per-
formed creditably in this same
elass last week hen they finish-


ed third and second, respectively.
behind Pin Pon's stablemate
Tanger in a one mile gallop.


1st Race "F' Native 1fg- FFPree: 8275.60 Pel els
FiM t Ie of the Double


--Bijagual
2-Rlsita
3-Duque
4-Enrtqueta
5-J. Hulncho
6-Villareal
7-Mufiecb

2nd Race "E"


The field will be rounded out
by Quo Vadis Lorenzo Rodri-
euez Jaral. which has been 1-Cosa Linda
dropped a class. and the weak- 2-Malaya
legged Sanluqueilo (Jose Reyes). 3-Diez de Ma
These latter two animals will be 4-FUlon
In the roles of possible upsetters.. 5-Proton
The secondary attraction, a 7-Yoslkito
six-and-one-half furlong sprint 7-Manolete
for Class "D" horses with a $600
purse. shapes up as a match race
between My Dear and Turf 3rd Race "13"
Lodge However a newcomer.by .
the name of Firenze is sched-
uled to make his local debut and 1-Avivato
is an unknown quantity. Reports 2-Recodo
are that this horse has been 3-Souvenir
secretive worked out late at night 4-La Hora
or very early in the mornings. 5-Isa


International Boxing Manager


Guild Seeks Fatter Paychecks


SFor Fighters In TV Contests
By S'IEVE SNIDER
United Press Sports Writer
NEW YORK. Aiug 28 The Wednesday night sponsor pays
international Boxine Managers $2000 and the Friday nighters
Guild is starting another cam- at Madison Square Garden carry
paign to get fatter paychecks a $3.000 minimum fee.
for fighters in televised bouts. '"Those are only minimums of
"They're being exploited and course." said Daly. "There have
deserve more money." said big been some big fees paid and I
Bill Daly. the Gul!d's secretary- guess the tops went to Rocky
treasurer and chief "negotiator" Marciano a d Jersey Joe Wal-
while President Charley John- cott for their second fight. They
-ston is touring South America split S180000 between them."
with light-heavyweight champ Antlcphting the reply of tele-
Archie Moore. violon interests that they can't
'"Nationally televised shows afford higher rates. Daly said:
or!v use up talent." he said. "We see ham actors paid more
"Theyv don't develop any and money than fighters who are
the don't nay enough" getting their ears curled and
Daly said the guild's current their faces clt up. Why can't
goal is a minimum of S4.000 fighters get. too?"
per fighter for anv main pv'nt Relations between boxing and
telecast over "a co-axial ca- television have been ticklish for
S b'- years, chiefly because boxing is
T e Guild considers onv set- one spprt made to order for tle
to that permits more than one cameras and figures are cited by
s'atlon to telecast a fight a ca- boxing men to show that TV Is
b!-" situation, murder on attendance. Rate in-i
"If we made special rates for creases, however, have been
sarr :. hoc'o"ps the first thing granted several times in thp.ast
you know they'd be exoandinq to as more soonsor 'iolgy Clame
P 'pnier edr San Francisco and into tplevlslon "' '
then where are we?" Daly want- "Five years ago, main event-
ed to knnu ers were getting only $220 at
Fe said the current minimum 'Aladison Square Garden," Daly
r, *P9 for epch main eventer vr- admitted.*
led with the sponsor and the Daly personally feels there is
promoter but added the Guild too much boxing on the air al-
wants the $4 000 minimum set ready and would like to see "on-
lto every toxing nleht of the ly two nationally televised shows
week on vhich more than one each week."
station is Involved. "That would put a lot of small
According to Dplv's figures. flaht clubs back in business." he
the minimum for Eastern Park- said. "Letting the small indepen-
wav Arena on Mond'v night and dent promoters go back to work
the Saturdnv night fights is t' is the only way in the world to
00 per main eventer. The develop new talent."


-TIMY'


LOUISIANA COCKTAIL LOUNGE


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JOINS PANAMA


IN WISHING

GOOD LUCK


and


LOTS OF SUCCESS

TO THE


DELEGATES


ON THEIR TRIP

TO THE

UNITED STATES


4th Race "H"

1-Mlramar
2-Piropo
3-Kontlkl
4-Little Lulu
5-Curandero
--Plola
7--Srena
8--8nceridad
9-Electron
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0. San. 108 --ad race last out
L. R. Jara 115 -Nothing recently
J. Bravo 112 -In witnn m *
C. Igle. 115 -Rates g oo mmc:
E. Ortega 107x--Longshot poa t. ,
M. Guerre. 108 --Outside chance o
0. Mazuera 113 -Hard to beat ,

Native 7 FgFPunre; 275M Pe 6 L
Second Rawe of the Double


R. Vas. 112 -Muddy track will Mj
F. Hdal. 103x-Dnrous contend*-0 .
o F. Reae n1o -Nothing to Indicate '
B. Pulido 120 -Can beat this cla ss
J. Philllp 108 -Early speed only
O. Catllo 115 -Looked good last Wegc.
E. Camp. 10x-In thick of-it


Native 4% Ps. Purse: $275.06 Pool e l'k; I
ONE TWO
F. Hidal. 103x-Coul4 upset favorites 4
E. Camp. 107x-Nothing to Indicate
O. Mazuera 115 -Running well
R. Vas. .12 -41owed class in debut
0. Castllo 110 -Has good speed "

Native 4% Fgs.Parse: $275.00 Pel F ed t.m
QtINLA
V. Castllo 110 -Could win at pre '
0. Castillo 118 --Plenty of early I -
J. Reyes 115 -Returns In fair*'-1
E. Ortega 102x-Usuafly disa 4-1
A. Inrique 108 -Bas shown -1
J. Cadogan 110 -Good race 1 4-1
0. Alfaro 118 -Distance too 8 -1
J. Phil. 118 -Returns from layoff 20-1
R. Vas. 110 -Usually breaks bdly 10-1
y J. Bravo 111 -Will be beatflfavorite 3-1


5th Race "C" Native 7 FPs.FPU~ : $L35M lt eJses:
1-(Amazona V. Ortega 112 -Will help eaty te
2--Arranquin 0. Mazuera 113 -In better a-htow
3-Winsaba) J. Reyee 112 -Ran well i
4-Marilu) F. Hdal.l 10x-The one i
5--Don Jaime 0. Ban. 108 -dper-miTl
6-Yosipongo B. Agufrre 112 -Be- t early
7-Blscaya R. Vas. 110 -Rates gtd.cbance
8-La Lobs V. Castillo 118 -Downi a clar


6th Race "G" Imported 6'i Fis.
First Race ;
1-Lady Martha F. Elidat 1Ot-
2-Rinty 0. Mauw a10 .-
S3-Pla 1
4-Vampiresa 0. ha stIC g i2
5-r. Moon B. Aguirt -112 -4
6-Roadmater B.'Pa 118 -4
7--lpyo V. C "Ir llt 11
8-rMwn EtoHe A. -

7th Race -"0G" iort ..i


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S-V. Darling 1
4-Portooelo
5-Gala1tte I
6-A. Maid C


8th Race "I" Imported


1-Gonzaga
2-Jepperin
S-Nllinsky
4-Paques
5-In Time
6-Chucunaque


2-1
10-1
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9th Race "D" Imported F.e: I AM" Peel elemGe: :15
o Two


1-Firenza
2-Valley River
3--(Piropo II
4-fScotch C.
5-My Dear
6-Numbers
7-Turf Lodge
8-Flambaro


A. Phil. S11 -
G. Ramos 9fx-
V. Castlllo 120 -
E. Alfaro 115zx-
R. Vas. 118 -
J. Oongo. 102x-
J. Reyes 115 -
L. R. Jara 113 -


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E1th Race "C" Imported 7 Fs.Pg
1-Quo Vadis L. R. JSra 116 -4
2-Nobbscrook F. Hidal. 105 -
3-R. Alligator B. Agulrre 118 -1
4-Pin Pon R. Vas. 112 -
5-(H. Lass V. Ortega 11 --
6-(Agate 0. Manuera 115 -1
7--8anluqueflo J. Reyes 110 -

Ilth Race "H" Imported 6% IfUi'
I--Pincel C. le. 115
2-Delhia 0. CastIllo 108
3-Newbrighton F. HidaL 102 -
4-Cradle Song J. Reyes 111
5-Pinta R. Guerra i1ixt
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tpici s o wn.te NEW YORK, Au'.
t podls They are a
ConD. who o di L4 pat .jtlc
uy to Wr tskhalg to Japan ts so
years agL mad i ladO that even Leo Duricb
League World BM *5 coald win with-It.
hbye some alting qaktp The Eddia 1 t a]
trir they raduai .to League AUl-8t.ars pA Pas
Bigger LEpp ue N te 115 days in an
for boys 13 to S8, and Oct2. They ap
.oo--made it two In 1 M Colorado Sprinlg iSP.M,
rar. Oct, 8-11, and li O, 0.
'of fhe 1953 aim hve 1-21. Therc are t6 bW'"5 e
in the I the gements in all.
plonsm l ; a The bNw York OlahiAal"oV
Pithe VA L ftheahow on the rad In uO
other Bobby bad a party of 20 playersandt
d ters M ficrk Little M aer' leave
tiuci and Ot IdearD I I CiEo "t A
Little Blger Leagies eaarMne stops in tLe Orlet as t
its name to bsin AU-star; playing 18 I
gue next seaso. -ad Lopat's A-Sta w
ford lAds will be. Ma inted composed -of W1eob
Shooting to mafe it m ,sRepda.' Red Pae
straight. W e Reese and M
With Stamford comIagiona kl NeltFe Fox will be a'one-nu
Native Dancer tn the mtr9t, *t beach.
seems like e good id a to .e '
LBL after the BP.Jn th-
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cut youfteiw a I-
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J., the socked three.
Andy Waal, who pitched bid .
stroked Slpaford to the U h
League title, has grown I a
real'".r prospect sdiate IUL-
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1Cainadiht,. Tourney Op


MThis Weekend At Brazos Brook


For' th'e first tim in many .
moon t -hole me al olay tour-
nam I being r to the
mgm-p~O! Btheas Brook
mean lip of the g ro o
o ry Cia quia of
Colon is sponsoring such a tour- j
nament in the name of "Cana-
dian ClubW whiskey and ts do- 4-'
nating a aslver cocktail shaker
together with two dozen bottles .' "
"Cmandlan Club" as primes.
The first' round of the tour- 4*'
zuday ngst be completed by
Sunday evmenng, Aug. 30. the
second and third rounds by
Monday evening, Labor Day,
Sept. 7 and the final round by
Sunday evening, Sept. 13.


The player turning in the
low gross score will receive a
beautiful silver cocktail shak-
er and a fine sterli silver
dish will be awarded to the
player- with a handicap of
more than ten who turns in
the lowest net score.
In addition, low net prize
will be awarded as follows: 1st,
8 bottles "Canadian Club"; 2nd,
6 bottles; 3rd, 4 bottles; 4th, 3
bottles; 5th, 2 bottles and 6th, 1
bottle.
This is an opportunity for
azos Brooks' members to see
wat they can do over the 72-
ledistance.


U~I.G.A. rules governing me
al play as amended by loc
rues will apply. Players will 1
pef'mltted to play in groups
three or more only, and s
mimbei's of each group mu
attest scorecards. Needless
say, all putts must be holed ou
In gamngpu net scores, t
Tou4Wt'a i, Committee will s
low aters of a played
:nl; The usual $1.00 i
w-aim, will be assessed
rder o help the Tourname
Committee defray the cost
Lutumn Club tournaments.


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Phone Chiefs Called

To Man Strike-Held t n .7W W
Washinglon Boards On .
WASHINGTON, Aug. 28 (UP)-- UNTED
The CIO communications work- (UP) -
ers threw picket lines around the rom the(UP)
city's main telephone exchange the Korean
today in a strike that union of- Indiandl
facials said would spread rapid- Menon asked
ly to Maryland and parts of West asen n d
Virginia. "'Let the people knot vg tra WnWa tlieca ,ry isMa.t Generaln
The Chesapeake Telephone Co. ored by
immediately mobilized super WENTI-EIGHI-H TEARL PANA (3L. FIDiAY. AUGUST 28, I ,, Oommonwe d th
sorg to man the big switchboards, w -W.- ySX.Seat at thq I- o -
serving the capital, suburban Idia..
Virginia and the government ona
Because of automatic equip-I A, terday bym
ment. a spokesman said. normal. cal commItteq el ta
equpR e d S p ie s o s But the b lot.f farhotOf
service will be maintained even t" ut
though operators as well as the two-thirds y tiB
maintenance and clerical help / ed for approip9 's h
are involved in the walkout. nation by tohe a tF I la.
As the 6 a m. EDT deadline for A
start of the strike passed, about We donNt my N~ eM ei
1 S 'cout ew U.N. D 'nseL esw.
20 women began patrolling the tout New U N4, se
entrances of the main Washing- "e because weX
ton exchange Thev were buttons TOKYO, Aug. 28 (UPI The "Many of them confessed," Koic-na returning, i edom disguised themselvm aus Hib d candidate. ut ,
proclaiming: '*Communica t ion Oommunists have sent "more the source.= said. from led prfld i have and wife, although t~gt. h e this tenera
Workers on Strike." Two police than, 20 teams" of North Ko- Each spy team told the same sung songs with' effect not been married. that the best cOa
watched silently, rean spies across the demllitar- story, tha. the North Koreans that "We'i i.iOctober Letimte red not to
The uniof which claithe me- sized buffer zone in Korea to expect the U. N. "to violate the when the an m."a Korea do not Ihad r -
tropoltan Washington are gea Information on United NpL- truce and resume Ililitary oper- As far ai mned, crsO .tle in e hoWe i
the strike will become effective tions positions, it was learned nations in October." the United th theme.
dhesnthedwilthreiorma it-' leeine fOn a7 e ee opfi n bot befat
today. Some even gave a specific as made tests to the armisce a Go
when the day shifts report onta date for the expected "U. N.the Comm the i- r return to
schedule at 7 and la m. EDTn' The spies posed as civilians violation." They iod it would ftrtors, a ter has i
N t crewswereunt ter normal quit- fleeing from Communist rule in occur on -Oct. 27, on the eve of been bro aretly before V. 1. offrl b.e 1tb he
t unti their. noma North Kosea, reliable United the deadline for the convening thle point Armistice t .we s are Ibei t i t
District two heatdtarters an- Nations sources said. Most of of the Koi an political confer- commission. 4out the U. N. defense t
d last nightthat it was them took orders from woman ence. at p 1 beIA tS he
ordned a strike as the com nv leaders. Intelligence sources already "If we 3!ht 20 of these s Py b battle line, ,
had failed to meet the workers' had been considering October as teams," Or N. officer said The source said th(, t
ware demands. They have been United Nations troops saw a danger month because South "there ruit blme been others t ably s of great eco tiu ,
pwn, fonr niP increases of from through t.lir scheme and cap- -. 9 who pt m r and back without l e.I eds who anw It .
$2 tIn p week. tured them .being 4 t*At It's an obvious lt under pressure
-violation o the arnitice agree- prot y i
S. New houses ment.. an ythlng they hari h it
US Reiects Red Version On EBpire Stretl e -

Of Downing Of RB-50 To Be Ready Monday Indian Troops Take Ove
n 8ix of the new masonry oe- '
WASHINGTON. Aug. 28 LUP,! The United States countered family houses on Empire taet r
- The United States today re-!that the scene of the incident are scheduled for completion ii n i'c.
h dO uts a 1and transfer to the Housln G guard O n B l r iso e
ejected a neRussian claim that was over international waters in o sn
an American RB-50s. airplane, approximately 40 miles South- visionMronday, It was a nduned
shot down by Red fighters July east of the nearest Soviet terri- yesterday at the offispe on Dit
29. was over Soviet territory tory. Contracts sd Insecton Pm 7M r Au or
when the attack took place. os hu (UP) b- 4 ii"gent.
The new Soviet note was de- The position of the plane was Th new houses are the fln .
livered to.the American embassy established by radar ju~t prior 22 buli1" nt be tg l C o t e d .01 V!
in Moscow Wednesday. Details to the attack. on that street by thaCe odD -. homW
were made public by the state thnee Bte DeprMoeqt -iPmp fleB, P,.aa of tab 1./atlfom t
Department. the new note Tejected th1b* p otfT rho, re to fIa unlwhich
The department said the So- lean protest of Aug. 5-and "pur- by theimaf of e sr and Uit which

down with the big plane. the American ir~gine." Tew ho e'to be yl of tiIS
Capt. John E. Roche. the co- m 8are Nose 35-sI 2d-2-2
pilot. was the only survivor. Asked whether. this govern- and M Nos 22,5-2-2wi ad "t
The United States on Aug. 5 ment would reply to the latest and 3 1 a t' wh ie m
said it had asked Russia for in- note, a spokesman said an an- h-5 3o 1h si ttemp
formation about the possible swer presumably would be sent threeledroom m, ornj c atta the saptve
survivors, since 12 Soviet boats "in due course. Thi it a 3ew tryp oh th.e ie t dam.
were seen operating in the gen- main feature of which la the as Nios
eril area after the cr nh. The StateDeWtentsaid large bedroom which pan be
allege area afterthecrash.made Into two by closing a fold- 5ald e ,
".The United States stands on alleged new information prov d- nwho
the facts concerning the attack, ed by Moscow confirmed the Ig dor partition. prefer, death to returning W s
wnl.h were presented in our time of the attack and the ap- All aof the others are Type 333 -'. life under Communsm. M
ote of Aug. 5," the State De- proximate location the re- houses which aretwo-bedroo Korean President
riote of Aug. 5," the State De- ti ; 1"s
partment said. sumed survivors in the wto, as patio cottages. This type of house Rhee turned loose 27,0
"These were based on the eve- indicated in our note." as been widely Used in the -Red North Koreans laGt t ft bl
present quarters replacement Jle in an act that almost tor- br. e.g 3.
witnss.estmon of_ thes? coapl-ot. thr feel
Captain Roche, and were con- p -. nn the trw. .
firmed by corroborating evi- All of the houses on mplre pitfar thd Communists hav
dence provided by American aI rde cre t ne1d I ase in iven "tUN. th
Russia previously had alleged Judge's Bench signing new houses befo com- sI. repatration, but return ,'.
that the plane- was ovei ovieI. JU S B C pletlon ,so that asiBM can Ilttrlsoner said there were A. wr mOnS~tel i -,
territory. It renewed its charge move as soon as th houses are cna in their camps wh t
in the new note. completed. The Empire street S wned the Red line and near
houses are the first U.S.-Rate r~aJn i to go home. ,
Eric L. Stevens, 26, Panam- quarters on the Pcific side to tan 900 .Americans was
anfln, wa fined $1 In Balboa be completed under the 1953 fls- ed or reparation othe
Magistrate'F Court this ~MrO- Sal year program, in Communist custo
ing on a charge of fail tg to All but one of the new quar- 14H4 G.I.'s came freedom t to
keephisbus to the right of terms are masonp structures. Twoof
Qa ard Highway while k- aof the builds are- two-family, the Reds plan to free 4plIa
,'other bus was passing him two-story houses the 13 America
repatrlation in opera-.- :1
DaI aL M *- A$15 bail. was forfeited whep iWa 'hom 'liea atratitonn in pere-h
21-year-old Amparo M? AIltr- the Communist 'comn ad
do Panamanian. failed to W aturday, Aug. 29S
pear in court on a Lharge of Wirh Low came out for the firstflve or I
trespassing in the Balbea Corn- :4/m 12:34 .m. 19" fie days and the 1w .tiitPt i thUl
mIssary annex yesterday. ;M3 .m. 1:0 p.m :' '400 Communist-hela .
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