The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01701
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01701
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The Mail Iex Is an oon forum tor readen uf The Panama Amnmr-
aen. Letters are received gratfuliy and are handled in a wholly cenfi-
dential manner.
If you contribute a ltte, dod't be impatient It it doesn't appear the
i sxt day. L*tors are published en the irder received.
Please try to keep the letter llHied t eone pep length.
Identity .f letter wiitne is held in strctest confidence.
This newepmper assumess no reponsibility for sttement as opinion
erxresud in letters from reersn.

Labor News


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By Victor flesel

Not only did the So' lets take
a leaf from Hitler's book-,-thdy
took the book. A blackmail book.
A carefully documented dossaie
of the faults foibles and skele-,
tonized closes of more than 75,-
000 men and women around the
In it are labor leader., politi-
cal officials. scientl'ts, military
officials and other persons whp
might have a secret to paas l-
or some day might be in pOeition
to see and take rcloaflfed
items. The volume had s~6e 40,.
000 names when the MVD moved
Into Berlin and picked it out of
Gestapo files, where it was care-
fully kent for use by the Nazis'
international department.

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SURPRISE IN WASHINGTON, AND SALVADOR cautious American intelligence
officers abroad that the black-
SSir: mail book contains the panels
of thousands of America-m,r
Your esteemed morning colleague stands in need of corree- Including scores of labo lead-.
tidn on its story in last Saturday's issue, headlined "Washington era now in and out of the left
Due For Surprises in President's and Dofia Ceci's Visit." wing' uniel. Many ef these
are in spots where thelw r.ms
Washington may be surprised to learn that "Panama. It must pick up vital secret tof our
b* remembered, is the youngest (correct) nation of The Amer- atomic, hvdr gen and even o-
Seas, as also the smallest" (not correct). balt bomb osperimental is-
S Rand McNally, The World's Almanac, The South American In this book, too, are some
Sandbook and other authorities give Panama an area of 34,000 American scientists who Inad-
S lquare miles compared to 10,000 square miles for the prosperous vertently found. themselves -. -
ittle Republic of El Salvador. tertwined with the Soviet ap- .
DT* n oaartus. Espeelclly that section
SD.D.T. led for a while by a *ovict army
Colonel, one Steve 'Welson. for
--o- vppr the Commtinist r.f in-
"*V filtration Into the Pitu sl a- "
PLEASE RETURN THE KEEPSAKES rea wr and atodn c tndostres.
Panam,R.P. With no Intenthere to reflect
on onr own i ctzlPepee services
qnd their cloak and da ipr-Iltg. ----- .* / -
S* It's my practice to watch' the
t fw-'r to publicly thank the Panama Police Force for find- British counter l-i'll-ence and
in nrfy 17C2 Deeoto car that was removed from its parklne nlace counter-Pn'nnafre cornS for tips
,: tn ten minutes Rfer I left it in front of my office. Within on adt"ity in the political un-
24 l'urs 8fi'er rerrting it thev told me where it was on the road derworld.
;to Tocumen, and being watched by a traffic policeman. Just a few hours hpfore this y
wPs written, the British infelll-
We take a lot of things for granted and seldom remember eence people removed a Rus-
Sto appreciate the work done for us by anyone. and particularly Ilan-horn atomic scientist from .. b. i i
by the police. This 'was qui k work. and I can only hope that the ultra Reret Harwe'l l-bora- OMer L- Le*a a in Coler's J
the" catch up with the gentleman who took the car and remov- tory. I whirh lvaus Frrhs op- Lstfurl i Io k e-. ma 4e m.Just'
*e1 t'-e rp''lo, the spare tire wheel and all. tools, and a leath er er -4 as d Soviet Rwet. ame tia e we hae ben jost
b-lef case. Ths r'npt a hell The Prlttlbh d Li i-h-e lt we hear, bnA
-e most -e-41tlv-lv carerul in "i?"11^^^^/ ^^ ^ri?^
If the police are unable to find the lhief. who evidently their hp"- l.in. of th or the Velme 1uf, a Will l- nerly vi l'ar h tn
knons in well and is Rcnuainted with tio ;' ne I arrive at the -orn and the exile pnd evaluate On the modern Weql ent of four. bT d
office and other details in connection with the car, I want tp them as men re-ardless of or- some sch.
,take thsl opportunity io ask him to return the'pavers and the pin-which, of 'course. is as it t 1 as a m thiWt & Dwyef' hdNlhstf-hbef 1t''
loose leaf binder that was In the brief case. The contents' of tlj should he. '
'brie case are of no value whatever to anyone but me and can- But the -rltish rem md this Dc os~Im tiW Os w Utts ndE~ ~LiW "M '
*not, te turned into ranch. He can keen the brief case, and ret sclent'st. Poris Divlon. to Dre- wasMayor of New York. Let us assume he never
Sa few dollars for it, but I sure would like to have the contents vent, the Russians from black- too a dime out of the pavq contracts. Let us The
Sr n h letter and the book Please nilln him into disclosing too asmaue he is the noblest, most mlamderstood Ilant a
T'-nks for leaving thp letters and the books Please let ~ "cret infnrmatlon through gentleman of the ages the Saddet man who we'lo0
e cot^ theabrc',c-rt b']i Rive dc Aklot of] ro
hare tl cont~rfr rf thpe brTcf-r'e. I'll eive vou f;. A lot of le0- I I threats to his family still inside ever' had wife trouble. Let us a nuie that he brillia
'te a looseleaf binder, and a little blue covered book of senti- 1?-,esla. &e scientist was trans- does alivaym tell thetruth, although twJ might
miMntal value. erred to less sensitive work, al- be.!ifll:u.t t. the .sams ponl d repa tme Thei
nhouhh there wds iiot, ogeefficient A, .' '" tIf'. I
m yet'ss all boost theTraffic Police a fine bunch of efficie sspo ne wosubversion TWht t ap-&
meen.l'\T rt sapicion of subversion, Then let ia s ay that or iu gi ft'i
S* .' All of which raises share Ih- pointment Is pretty poor, it the 0 our see- hl 1
Steer 'sues in the U.8. and CoaadX oInmoet-importtab ri pt iS forced them.
A. A Steer. There is no longer any do4EX.t- l i .- Ulve Ms i dlo we bi
that such blackmail preMi in i two-Am ap lt in MexCo. Sai- rMt
..... ...s apple daily to some Amer- toe to augment his measly pension, sandhoplin to St. Ji
S.f..v..... ......., ..." .. ..... lean ltisen somewhere aeroa build up a legal business on whatever name hie'
i the world. For this we have the got left, I ho
word of no less a authority on new Is
StorliP 1 ,Sier For YOur Table by ~ Ru-. n underrround ativty. MtrOD) ys bitterly that thy lift him that hi
In the industrial field than no ptf'~. I can 0ountU e that a man denies
tCre-orv Klimov, ex-chlef of the ae l w reputation and that It Is onto
SLU ndurv Branch of the Soviet vtd for 0 oofle. to lose St for hm.I
IIFonomic Adminlstration (a Aii. tl to Words. al
U N T P erlin, I d o 4 el onally with the fuitlve
cl rcm;4h $C19v C0 From 1945 to 1947 xlKmeyv madlt awhoe, el a face dipr te t Bg Og
Silversmiths From |9-34 watched surlh ,rrrf re out n0ronlto.f na .
American soldiers he srys in al ..d .. to
"er 6 piece new book. written after break- WhtI a ua.. he ael then 1ta
Inn with the Russians and es- havq lved with, I that ma itt bl
l ace setting eaping to the West, where he for .a e s ad ke out ot il tyof Lord
has been cooperating with our the States abroad. We f i oud our- 'Dwy4
Intelligence people. I t, teems to me.. forei .
SHis book, "The V n Ma- .
Convenient .ac r oe," details the Aystematic datint ofre pprefer:u asusn
$`J!the ctin It L O'o Ye: weri ev f mome m@ an
Credit Terms acknmiling by the Ruaian Se- t 1
May Be Arranged N d o Cseto To s eret Police of some of o* troops insteadd ofa pduper ellaen
"'oooeration" and yielding .T
valuable information. "
ce Klimov is stUtl iUing in -
rn Germany and is airo-
4 .y Western autftoritieu, .0., &, .,
Slolcal to assume that he
Idd lnot def them be putt l .J*g
print. without elaranae, ,
st.rtling and frequent..
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made up a large part of the
However, he added horses
have not been used for some 30
years on actual patrol work, and
there also are fewer motorcycle
patrolmen than in the past.
A study by "foremost-author-
Sltes on uniform design" will get
underway immediately. Johnson
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Snot separate uniform for summer
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..LAHSCQATS ..........now 19.00up

WOM S SKITS (greatly re)
$595 QUILTED SKIRTS ............ /now $ 3.95.
DRESSY SKIRTS (at greatly reduced prices) ;

SUSAN THOMAS (Nylon & Cotton) ...... $ L295
SROOKDALE (sleeveless in white pique).. 14A5;

TAFFETA HOUSECOATS .............. $ 4.50

$20 ALLIGATOR lAGS ...........now $ 4.50
STRAW BAGS...................now 1.25
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by Erkine JhnonL
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HOLLY'WOOD (NEA) -uro-' Germany, Hildegarde Neff, who
pean Round-up: Jackie Laug-jhad been in Germany, arrived
herty, last year's Miss U.S.A. is in London for the premier of her
madder than a Wet'hen, about picture, "The Sinner."
reports of a rift with Guy Mit-
thell and has' joined him in Film screens the size of Rhode
alasgow, Scotland.... British Island and 3-D aren't the life-
ttar Patricia Roc, familiar to saving glucose for the movie in-
every TV fan who looks at old dustry's anemic veins.
British movies, has separated Producer Stanley Kramer Is
from her husband, Andre Thorn- the gent with a new idea that
', in Londpn.... Insiders in might help-cross casting.
tondon vow that it was the ob- Cross casting is assigning a
sections of James Hanson's par- star a role diametrically opposed
Hints, very social and all that, to to the type he's .been playing
Audrty Hepburn as a daughter- most of his career. Kramer's of
In-law that scuttled Audrey's the opinion that Hollywood could
engagement.... Reason for the do with more juggling around of
*ritish rumors of a split between its Lanasa and Tytones. i
lonja Henie and Winthrop Gar- He's cross-cast to the point
iner was the ice skating star's of controversy in "The Caine
chartered plane trips to Paris to Mut4n" by giving Van Johnsop
ee Claude terrall, owner of the role of WflliteKeith an#
wak Tour d'Argent restaurant, Fred MacMurray the part ai
pM Terrail's flying trips to Lon- Keefer. He explains:
on to see Sonla. today. You hawe to come .up with
;a r d hs onl to "Times are more demanding
Jan Crawford has only -"to flair. Big screen and 3-D aren't
"a'y it, but the grapevine is,,enogh to keep tie customers
spelling out secret meetings with nh o py *
i3reg Bautzer, once her big no- nm. Marilyn Monroe In
3ment. "Little Women"?
Bud Abbott and Lou Costello Primo Carnera winds up "Cas-
are dead serious about a film to anova's Big Night" at Paramount
made partly In London, part- and heads back to his native
in Rome. A satire on "Ben Italy next month for the finh
Hur" and "Quo Vadis," with a reel of "Carnbro," the movi bir
hoked-up chariot race for a ooraphv that's already being
smash finish. The title: "Ben filmed in Rome. Another fighter
is." with movie know-how is Ulaying
SPrimo as a young man slugging
joanne Dru's sighs have relieflit out on the road to fame.
spelled all over them. Medics s
gave John Ireland a thorough Bean soup make-up!
checkup after his alarming diz- They slapped it on Edward
sy spells and loss of equilibrium. %rnold for a scene In the Schllts
and decided that it was just Plav House production of "Home
overwork. I Acin." A big sheOherd dog
I wouldn'tt lick Arnold's face as.
"NET PROFIT" 'the script required. The dog's
S. owner told the director the dog
A new boat in the harbor, uLred bean sOUp. The, director
narod "Big Expense," carries a told the make-up man who
tiny shsre boat labeled. "Net rubbed a-little on ArnolA'face.
Profit." An addition to other Relta: Affectionate scene be-
yachting whimsy such as boats tween dog and Arnold.
named "Mama's Mink" and
"Dad's Cad." -
Bedt stanzas in doretta
Young's telefilm series, "Letter
to Lore t." wll. be strumW to-
getherw: feature.filmt Eu- -MAlI ,FLE S
ropean atins. ITe same wit .
the 'fadlest oT Ann lothlere'p"
dPrivate SecreTary"' episodes.
Anm, by the way, was given a' '
perfeo b eol health following a
medical rheckul at Palo Alto.
Pier Angell is wearing a ring
thrt appeared just a Iw ds.
after Kirk Douglas fle ot en- w
don from Rome .to be with her
on her birthday. 'Corinn Ctlvet
gets Jimmy Stewart in the final
close-up in 'ThaI Far-Country". if you wa mbto keep your
and the French pastry is saying, friends; kee" .ur"If I were
"Ot Ziwgede.".e-' been losing you..." advice t 'i inim um.
the boys to other beauties lately. What you'd do have
... Richard Greene and Faith much to do with your
Brook. Clive's daughter, are both friends would do in like c
in London. but pals are guessing stances. Or as someone else
that they won't get married aft- out it:
er all. "No two people are alike

---- 'both of them are glad of it."
Hollywood meow-meow girls
who have caught on early .Gina
Lollabrigida film. "The White She Told Anyway
Line," at a local art house vow
that the Lollabriidag nopj isn't .INOXVILLE, Tenn. (UP) -=A
the samq now as it was then. Oerman war bride filed.a divorce
bll here, charging thht her has-
CHANNEL CROSSERS band threatened to "put her on
an island in solitary confined
Just as Gregory Peck left Lon- meant" if she told anyone of his
don to ptar in "Night People"' In Illiet love affair.

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S.S. "PLATANO" ............................... Sept. 4
*S.$. .'" I QUI" .............................Sept. .6
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S.S. "EY ROOD" ....................... ..Sept. 11
S.S. "HBYU ASD" ................S.......... Sept. 11
S.S. "HIoUnRAS".......... ..'......... .... pt. 18
S.S. "LEMPA" ...................................Sept. 23

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S.S. "ULA" ................. ..........Sept. 5
S.S. "HEDIA." ...................i............ept. 15
S.S. "MARNA" ................................ Sept.2

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er even pdoeraton coat, he our reced-
un t. mnh o lyear.
cwas'" rhe'a imtaslarhsyer The net rilasuad this was per Beautiful wrought yiron dinin room
pm of. ratifying In view of the stady Wesets (4 pivers) f. YON eleet with 17.00

":o h .a.,i" re" o* steldt es afetyadwiom 19,950 Medtrn oivinN; room sectional sofa
er, Involved la A' risea" l Int e volume of travel anda and 2 arm ch airs ....ll .... ..... .Pay .e.... .ad 17,
both '- eontrathei toher a"
Sdn fue l a months of January throu I8
Srlove am. .dApril week he a 5 per cent rise tc.

....s .ava Noe a por dea. me .lrhe deaths over w fo the name period BRAONDITIONED FURNITURE (a w)
knowwould call i Ad. laateyear.
--ol mia she period wnt result was a 2 per Beautiful wrought iron dining roomdeaths, l
sent gainfor the first seven sf (4 piees)..................... 179.0
Two Yom aim. of M~ months of this year 20420 M

N satfatalities compared witpored and reconditioned sofas 59.
SGInedlar, s led.yhear. and 2 Ro arm chairuolstd .....................17rconditioned lir 4.0
1'bd eeor this July thee 'waw fbi
olb e a rtnot work it As chang -3120 death for bo th Hoywoodu beds (complete) .double ........ 66. 4
a sye al, led O uThs nation achieved a e- Mahogany chest of drawers (modern) 6.00

e-e e sdon'tIon hd killed imat ete., etc.
last ordow i-mbt wte had the fls
love Jameb. my uses Week her h and death rate of 63,'fatalities per
NOal't A a for dedt EfTband.rrreturning.him 100.000.000m miles of traesl. I FURNITU.0

.t ,prgoftn, ,he r u Dole beds ( cmpet..... ................. 4.00
68. _report- 72 1e* .proekinouchor.r es'dl RCO IIn O Nt R Nas ..e..)........... .. ....... 2
annuled a ot er-.p Ne COueiet. Ned H a .e.a.. -"WareDrobese t........................... 7500

6dmiss1 ngs F UR N iTU E. Kitchen cabnmts (largo) ................ 310.00
--, .f d es a7R-o e t eds c uco n to .............. .......9.. A00
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Sa v i age roto ol RW also buy itusd furniture

Ol fynst tloted dred'nmathny used. e.X e.HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
... f '" fdrives canc ndtiueh China Closet..........................

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Leave your Ad with uwe ol our Agents or our offices in No. 57 --"H" 6 PFminama i S
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon- .
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Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and

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Via Espas No 34 Panama3 R. P.
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Agencia Internacional de Pubiaciooes
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199

10.059 Mele Ae.--Phone 25. ColO1

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S Household Automobilts o. g e lILLIAuMS anto Carae
Wre k Akhes= amamina %m toges Loage. comfort=-1 nm.J
'" SALE -Westinghouse 9 ft. 25 FOR SALE:-1 1-2 ton 1942 Dodge 201 Am.sel t near beach. BalboH 300 W ptI
ccycle refrigerator. Perfect condl- truck, good condition Phones: *-i weekends,
ton. 5 years old. $12500. House Balboa 2-1541. 2-1522. E. J. DR. WENDEHAk. Medical Clinic.
124X Coulebra Rd. Tel 2-3759 Lowe. SCentral Avenue 'K strAedt. comror a Cll. Oceanside
POR SALE:-E.23Cle wasng FOR SALE..-1947 Standard Coups Telephone 2-3479. 3-3332 Panama Pnom 21655. -" r
sh..- O.e. al b .b .Panama3.e1877.l"
machined. s. Phonefi ator 25 dutF pSA d, reasonabl.ker. El. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSAv- '
.Pa Cy. 8 1-2 cu. f. Coldspt 35 2735. PANAMA-MEXICOw w one w ay 85 Houses on beach, Sant
B.by cr,4 w trrates, cxc Phlent A Z u 524. 08 rs found trip $135 (15 day limit in COOL Camp nor ins.
-t.nd.ti $I8Ext c FOR niLE:--AutmobrC les used. A- 5165. gooa one year; to L 0 S Phone SHRAPNEL, IBfal '1389
rmen, uses 5. Lea~g ia me- condmon. all telephone 3-19426to8 m. ANGELES ore way, $159.25 round or see C carmaker there.
clel ,. ;44-e Cccoli Phone m 12 I m 6 to p. m. trip $268.64 190 day limit. Pon- Foster's Cottages. -Oft. r t
1921, Coo FOR SALE:-1941 Buick Sedanette. ama Dosoa'ch Service 36 Avenlda Santa Clara. Plede
rOR SALE:-1952 duty paTd Ford omob-autom rowl Tel. 2-1655, Pan-Pn Panama 2-1655
Swashin o machine. One maple Pe-baby l .0.Blue Book alue an FOR RENT
bed nd mattress. Phone 3-5175, FOR SALEo:-950 Studebaker Ex- SPECIAL FLIGHT to Kingston, lev-n
SPanarrccellent condition 16000 milbres Weing every brandwo weeks $60 one way bedrooms, ar r ho
OR SALE -Dingroor .et t Phone Curundu 5245. m108 round trip. Panama Di pat ch El
J-ALE --Coantour 9chir. UphoRls5 Service 36 Avenida Na-ional IAu- HOud '

dro M;gAel-B666l e 305.00; Hloavie ue 5869K00 ingroom, ainingroomi kij ei,
'-Excellent condition, new brakes We offer brand new RCA Victor rec- bedrooms, arag=, m i4 IF nm, hot
oR SALE -rningturoom set.'cil Offie 0lba 2-2158. Home, Pe- ords, popular English music at water, two- b a ir Ii Pn-
;, 00. Lac.Ro closet. table p. dra Miuel 4-686. 10 cts. p. Aso Spansh rec- a Hotel. Via 2 T 9.'
1542. Mango-St, Balboa. Phone words at 20 cts. a piece. aL Postal beside Miramar i.
Baola 307V.. ..... FOR SALE:--1950 Noh, equipped. 68 Central Avenue. -
I--E-- hn $995.C". 1950 Harlev-Davidson. --
RALE-Blonde mahogany dining- Hydraglide $695.00 Kets, phone Kindergarten "MI Escuelita" opem
.1roaom furniture, specially built. 2227. Albrook Fire'StatOn. registration Sept. lit. San Fran-F
glass Chna clo:et. table pads and cisco, 9th St. No. 24. Tel. 3'-4183
chart 522.00. Suitcble for FOR SALE:--Studebaker Champion A
partmet. .Complete set of off- 1950, overdrive, seat covers, ra. RADIO DEALERS! ATTENTION-We
r wh.te shag rugs, $35 00. Yellow do,. air cool, heater, foam seats have enormous quantities of Con- ATTENTION '.i Ut modern
shog ug $3.00. Floor lamps, table motor overhauled. lu;t painted densers. Resistors and other rodio opertments. a,' two bedrooms,
lamps, large electric percolator, metallic green, excellent condition components at extremely low hot and cold. Imw, Telephone
Scockta.1 .ncker, glassware, planters. Can be financed. Also Westing- prices. Write for price list. Bronx Panama 3-4941. -
Spotted plants. pink and white Afri- house refrigerator. Call Pedro Mi- Wholesale Radio,'470 East Ford-
can violet misc. Articles all sold guel 4-674, 8 to 12 ham Road, New York 58, N, Y. FOR RENT -N-W 3"bedroom apart-
ot a s________715-5_Bai- UA.S.A. Ientin a mrldern duplex. Maid's
et e. ice. 715-B, Prode, l- roam, hot water. Situated in the
SALE-rigiae Westnghouse P itin Offered FOR SALE st location ,of' "El Coanrelo."
R SALE--Frigidame West~nghouse rLovely view. Phone Panama 3=-0691
cnbcel sent coantlon, electric .fon, WATED:-SalSa agent" for club. M eell ouom 9:00 n. tod2:00 neon.
can be seen from 9 to 5 P.-544 M.rA-12:00 noon to
House 138 M. Pedro Miguel tel- Apply with your identification crd. FOR SALE: Chickens. 37, five 8:00p. m.
B to 12 a. mCarnet). Good opportunity for F -
.ephone 4-674, interested persons. Prn Furn- months old, and 58, eight months ALNHAiMi RA A-PtTMENTS
R "SALE:-Set-aee and chair. bed ture No. 168, Central Avenue. old. New Hampshire, chicl is, Modern 2. 4 and 5 robins, furnished
with mattress and springs, two layers. Special price. Call Pedrc or 'unfurrni2hed. all at Alhambra's
lqmps and miscellaneous items Miguel. 4-674 8 to 12. Office 8061 Oth Street, Colon.
Leasing for State .Selling cheap. FOR SALE:-Electric e box G. E Tlephone 6.
"Curubdu 3168, aoter- 5 00 p. m Good refrigerator. $50.00. 1539-B FORP RENT-Furnihed opartment,
FOR $ALE:-Westinghouse Refriger- telln Balboa Diablo Area, Mangos St for onq or tl couples. Splendid
at 25 ccle. 9 cu ft. Good con- WANED r FOR SALE:c -mey r. location. No. 13, 43rd St.
atr25 ,ce. 9 c ft. Goad con- WAN iED r.p. bu Pbenchran S.aF
.di $75.00. Ao two porch erotor. al Panama 2 n n in FOR RENT:LF-Frnished oportment,
,'sceens $3.00 each. Pedro Miguel sprav gun, with hose, regulator & $80. including utilities. Phone
House 177-B.. A air compressor, $150.00. 4 hoPr Panarm 3.2051. -
FOR SAL:- Electric ironer $25 ploy tape recorder 12 00OR RET:- lr rtr
Desk and chair. $25. Buffre ma- SAL freeer Pill14 N$&'5'_ FOR RENT:--Qnry lowcloor ,prtri
Desk and 1h.r. $25. Buffet ma- 1951 Nao a rl meant c ttoge suitable American
.. hagany non5. Piano 575 House Rcai Eal tte, -New t6p d upholstely. o ani couple. t, cool index
1-2 Bf Ancon. p1 Z-2947.- FOR SALE:-Land in "Las Cumbres i he 41l rj yard. excellent location. all 5-6
FPR SALE --Double bed, one dresser. settlement. corner Vi La s Como- 4 oI a o'cock. 907. 1-2 St. Colon.
-oa wardrobe, one refrigerator four os." 6 metes, etricity. d w. *- n- FOR RENT:-Bephening 'Novenbr
months old, one stove, one Chinese aterbs" 1006 meters, elephone For orur ed oprtent
ch t, one Rattan t, I month after and tele ne For informa- vir, nine, 2 bod m bath,
idorily rfM"u. ^ ta-t1 nd 6 tion t^hqne 3-2814 hvbWi, .iinini, 2 bpdibnm. bathp
So re lorug., to reond 6 lorgt kitchen and washing space.
Chairs, radio clock, record FOR SA roperties 9,th 2866 i-"
player, tlurer. putomotic toaster sq. mt. frame house & others, Pnoma 3-3409 from 7 tp 9 p.
Sone rtiohth old, lamp. vene .Pueblo Nuevo. Via Cordoya. 4120.
blind. Estudiante St. No. 78 No...-. ..
Phone 2-1252. 'Aq FOR RENT .-Spacious cool furnish-
h FOR- SALEI bililn -. fed ag irt, $ ,150.00. Number
FOR SALE or 25 Years Strees.
_"_T___ _,____ _'1_For P) FOR )ilT: .- Previous opplicant
Motorcycles Pli. apply again. New, three-
For AL:a225c5ml ....i dminitcaot has a- bidroonm apartment in a modern
II SALE:-Jawa 2O0 c.c. 65 miles 1 l t can t duple. Maid's room, hot watw.
". to gal., high compression head. mwer .S Situated In the best location of El
-iE excellent condition. Cristobal 3- IU II I j l banned l to Cangrejo. Lovely view. Previou
r t2482. .. t L,-N $t-Aly, ri a ..i ... Lo ..,* vi. t,.i...
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FOR SALE boa a resident bt the Isthmus of Stoirs. Phone P'anma 3-0691
for the pasc 25 years, died early The O0-year-old weekly, an from 9 to 12 noon and 3-5244 -
Boats & Motors yesterday morning at Gorges ungpfiAsl but authoritative from 12 to 8 p. m.
S SALE:-Rcin lunch, 12 Hospital after a few days 11- e papcr, said In Its led
JOR SALE:--Rocing launch, 12" x nesl. 8he as.l 56. stw a today' that "there tnow '. |"" ^ --- ~ -------
4.6", all moahogny, steering wheel. Mrs. YoLurt, was the wife of nklleUhod d" that the eo nomyRENT I --- "w ---
ing gear nd motor 'Mercury Lt. John E. Youart, commander goal set for next July 11 will be, iWhen you .. a uset
ar, 10 HOP. Hurricane. Very of the G.mnboa Fire Station, attained. Room s fiom up y u more th o r
'ittle used. She was born in hoboken, N. J.o President Tr man's IFOR w ., d i a-e. oa i
:Ma Vtlier President Traman's FOR ENT: Unfurnished. large, a r get tbe 01
Flying Enterprise Mr. Yo wart was a prominent budget call-d for a total military comfirtoble and independent rooIn can olly trust to b
member of the American Legion strength on that date of 3,647,- in CIlet No. 2024 Via Espaoi, -. represent It.
S (Catnued front Page 1) Auxiliary and was a past pres- 612 men. Defense secretary to i peirons or couple without .' f& &
ilveH must 19 to unmlual Ident of the Gatun unit. She Charles E. Wilson. In support of chldri. Telephone: 3-4696 Pan-
Wesle must a to unuSual also a member of the Palm Presldent Fisenhower's 5,000,- om. UICK a. e
Ilb T'o sek valuables. Rebekah Lodge, I.O O.F in Bal- 00, 00 cut in the deftese bud- FOR P au.fully furnished : W Th
."Somebodyknewthr ge, set a new goal of 3,356,000 privile. Bell I r
f "he nidoa "p 'in addition to her hush-und. men and said this would be INt Avenue 69. Phonlie d' .slov1P. ,04P MuWt
'They s don't go out she is survived bv two brothers. further cut 1o 3,300,000 "li hosti- 3s ad .
i f Aund eet under Walter A. Weimaq. assistant 11tlig cease in Korea." .. .f. i
d~t Ifsomthin hotring manager in Balboa and FOR I:-Nkely furnished
iar the f place.Fo d L. Weiman. of Jersey City. The jor:nal said there Is no room, kitchen privileges. eou Ft:- IMI W
I the ist a reported" Memoria; services will be held likelihood now that the rower witut chtidrh. Call 2-5265 P %. b"y Ciejl s'i- -
ki tus'. mro habroughte up at Oorgas Mortuarn at 5 o'cltk goal can be reached, despite the rim.. .: .r T m i
ntt atfIro had brought upor tomorrow afternoon. The serv- truce In KItea, and that "there FOR RN =npro Nicely fur--
ha theel:iN cely .....
-de atomoblesn paorlatorny ices will be conducted by the is much reason to believe" the nished cool orn. Meals ava .. "
Snd lboratory eR. Asvmond A. Gray, of Gan- uptvr figure also will prove too CH 3-178W or 2-1693 -o ff' /
boa Union Church low. ho".
TLhe lh saiad the Enter- The family has requestedd thatt l the goals were set room wih 3 .. '
carried 12 Germman uo. flowers be I o new civilian oft kitas tndertroo ..
'^wo van t(S ri ~^ ----- uywe new civilian of. kin* e.1pendent ont^.,
4ln sadtwo van tor- floals hlaged the "full imptt trane. '"St. No. .- :
ito ret o 1,5ord or clailnu wuld have been and Mlc ;ations" of the pro- 4 01f 3 's 'i?
ad van of Ioa-MMds1W ofUl84 i llt0A.w'so. he said. jiemseots
of coffee. "It's tantatle, aboltely rl.- ea- FsC.0 room or .
fact that automobile were diculou to l ntertaln ab thought n couple 5' ."o e 3 r a
le to so he o.1tS_ l~. b trimming 'S St., phone 3-5417,
*fi.lit t loit '; .e ko f 11 Iin d
had entered the Nt without .anyone's knowslded un-o 1lm Lo to 1,pre ent strengo- ckl
P b thokl were mstred lews It was in mall or a pbuge,'o b ,L lck.^ would d pr., ar fully ac r-quM
e rs, the tiques, the mail he caadded a recall of thousands o trooei eputti we hve
other valuables. MOL s said the company ether fro t the a ast or sWE u- 4 d .t g, .
ship's strong room isla after It Wan ad made t"' f domeinestic tren
i throulb twl N. 11 l1 no plans to au ti rl -eithere t "d is low. Neither lQ- .
5l ba i that eth cro tr bs S idered practice alim
of he the Ic s Arr g orh er also is Iur fing

-'Fl raied two pelY e If there was wre valuable car- and th rs already have
Isi Either a bem o a go than the moe. y aboard the been dropnd at thes Pentagon P* $ 41r IU hYe aw
put in a an llem asr th ~nvessel.1 be set. itl
sho"t" or brelided hi "Our elVnts have authorized t Oe ill be set. it irwdp e rsona'

nwere mIdld- lWe must Wk by their dh ecl-o h. ed ph t "iV
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Cocoli First-Time
Students To Be
Enrolled Sept. 2

All kindergarten pupils and
others attending the Co oll
School for the first time may be
enrolled on Wednesday, at the
principal's office between 9 am.
and noon and 1 and 2 p.m. the
Schools Division office announc-
ed Friday.
Pupils who are to attend the

S--.. in the. nation's a b, "ole oco ll School include those of
rail ifth naion's sh Ieklndt and t
l... ao1m we r et up- a special lndLarten to razle ding
tID -00 ol d kindergarten to
tmes u..imzaonble shop UU Ccolt nD erga
go w a, ~lu~ng Uppe ctaY grade 3 residing inF Port.Clay-
Dadolup$ abpteentage s. tton. Parents nave been asked to
0io d. blen blbring chilrens' birt certificates
Lw TV udiene wartlcla-t and reo card incating pre-
attended by 1O to 0 vious school attendance.
SThe oif of the Ancon School
Sbris a to- f broke up oao Ran, b opened for general en-
So" 'to aam S h ."Langley roI 2mMt purposes from 8 to 11
mtih 'ipod o f y ter n, beginning today.
Sut up o y other,
Sforce- Mrthalleed them. o stni Were arrested a
a. .paUl lo broke up gang i about 100 cars witbt
'aMat t t fa dm. oat 6ba Wreo boys, rsoe of br t e paint and lettering
xtt#R n thee t yin I arsold. acepusd of obasIMe words on the cars.
b sent anL n aa t rinr to Ptaburgh police seized 15
O. yoPMa4re today while they
ur i Calif., oe teen- Wre n route In a truck to "b
I. ~ht aIe- l was I and to_. others gQit uys up." Three others
itch- beat seriously in a lloldy ve jfiled for beating and rpb-
a between m bers o bl maa of $50.
Sthe. bld 0e ahd ooktba team
a sand a t of f tspanish-American
a youths.
a police said the brawl tavolved
ng more than So youngsters who OPENING TWURSDAY!
p ts. met on a vacant lot armed with
blck baseball bats, kve& atof
.11T chift Iron lers and Tckm.
tUeto A. Ga., n bo sTRAL

arke nearby offers said boya wson ke, a Boats
ad n rlations.. *. .an &Mand: ottages
Sw. v arr- damad aim. the. #e front.
MtO thes At u Ga' several
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NEW YORK. Aug. 31 (UP) Fans who still
think the Braves have a chance to win the pennant
are harder to find than a Phi Betta Kappa key in
a hck shop. but the Milwaukee madcaps may come
up with a consolation prize if Ed Mathews wins the
home run championship.

New York 86
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Boston 71
Washington 66
Philadelphia 51
Detroit 47

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Matheu< who would be a The Indians. who are coming St. Louis 46 85 .351 411;
crnch ;o Do baseball', .opho-,on nicely now when it really
more of th, \ear if there were doesn't matter any more, topped TODAY'S GAMES
sucli ai av*ard iight e\en win the Red Sox 6-5 and 8-4 as Wal- Boston at Cleveland (N)
the mot valuable player trophy Iy Westlake collected five hits in Washington at St. Louis (Nl
if he keeps slupcine the way he' the two games, singling n the Philadelphia at Detroit (T-N)
ha, been doinrr lately. winning run in the opener. Ted Only games scheduled.
Once az:.in ioday he was only Williams hit a towering 400-foot Y ERD REU
one homer behind Bsbe Ruth _s Boston homer In the first game YESTERDAY'S RESULT
record pace of 1927 after o3rine and Sammy White also got one First Game
the Bra .e:. to 19-4 and 11-5 in a losing cause. It was Cleve- New York 234 090 100-10 13 0
triumphs at Pitttburnh with land's sixth In a row and 10 vic- Chicago 200 201 010- 6 10 2
three homer; his 41st. 42nd torles in the last 12 games. Raschl (12-51, Kuzava and
and 43rd of the season Don Larsen shut out Washing- Berra. Consuegra. Bearden. For-
The Braves picked up a half ton with two hits to win 3-0 but' nleles (8-61. Aloma, Keegan,
game nvet the Doders and now the Senators came back to beat'Dorish, and Lollar, Wilson.
tra.l henm nv 10 games even the Browns 9-3. Jackle Jensen The Stud Maqul's mutrng
tioa:h Plooklvn poured across setting the pace by driving in Second Game The Stud Maul's muoolng
12 rnns in a hilarious seventh three runs with a homer and New York 000 000 000-0 4 0 Irish-bred black hrse Home-
innine nna .enr on to heat the single Cleveland castoffs Steve Chicago 000 001 000-1 6 0lad jester y urph t
Cardinals 20-4 with 19 hits ad' Gromek arn Al Aber each pitch- Sain, McDonald (8-5) and Ber- experts" by holding on to score
eiht walks Rov Campanella'ed seven hitters to give Detroit ra. Pierce (17-9) and Lollar. by a head over Angli t in thrl-
ling homestretch battl#*$n the
tied a league record for catchr-s; 10-1 and 9-1 victories over the featured $750 Class a seven
wl'en he drove in five runs with Athletics. Bob Nieman hit a two First Game furlon sr7ntat5 t a n "
a horer and smgle. giving him run second game homer and Boston 100 310 000-5 2 ron sprint at the Juanran-
a tot-l of 122 for the season to Jim Delsing hit a two run homer Cleveland 200 210 10x-6 10 11 O n'Sona Racs se,
e-il I that total held by Gabby In the opener Brown,. Sullivan, Kinder (9-6) Orlando Cast, the day's
Perrnett of the 1930 Cubs and Phil Cavarretta's three-run and White. Feller, Hoskins (7-3) saddle star with thr winners,
Walker Cooper of the 1947 pinch double gave the Cubs a and Began, Tipton. gave the son of f l dhSm-Mer-
Giants Carl Erskine breezed to,6-2 second gave victory after .land a per.-,e ,4. O.f 5,stest,
p six-hit 17th victory. tops for the Giants won the opener 10- Second Game Homeland q ul j pned a good
h's career The Dodeers on May .l. Karl Drews pitched six-hit Boston 002 200 000-4 10 2 lead and et_ ed the back-
24 against the Phils also had ball for the Phils to beat Cin- Cleveland 020 015 00x-8 14 1 stretch on t to grab the bet-
a '"-run inning Icinnati 4-2 and Smokey Burgess Flowers, Delock (2-21, Henry'te outside Ian :..
The Yankees stayed eight hit a ninth inning second game and Dilber, White. Houtteman Homeland then. aved off re-
pri'es ahead of the White Sox, homer to make it a sweep 4-3 as '6-12. Hooper and Ginsberg. peated challen farom Tbger,
bestin. them 10-6 as Gil Mc- Jim Konstanty gained his 14th ..Ptii ovich and Ag ia. He had
Dougald. Joe Collins. and Yogi In a relief job. First Game something left we1n Anglia came
fE-ra hit homers, but lost the -oOo- Washington 000 000 000-0 2 u0 up with powrat of speed
second game 1-0 when Billy YESTERDAY'S STAR St. Loula 011 000 10x-3 7 o again in the t and stuck
Pierce pitched a four-hitter for: Ed Mathews of the Braves Marrero (7-71 and Grasso. it out to the wire -ader severe
his 17th victory and his seventh who hit three home runs in Larsen (3-11P and Courtney. urging although ewas steadily
s1H'to"t. Ferris Faln's triple and 19-4 and 11-5 victories at losing ground r.r'jinish.
Connie Ryan's Infield out pro-1 Pittsburgh to give him 43 Second Game The winner p juicy win
'luced the only run. for the season. Washington 211 400 010-9 9 0 price of $13.80 m. Other
S- ..---- - -----. St. Louis 000 030 000-3 9 0 good win return lse Charm-
Stobbs (10-7) and Fitz Gerald. ing Prince's $1 and Moon
A *I 1 *I T* ~1 "T Littlefield (7-11), Kretlow, Cain, Goddess' $12.60. 'byr the day
S Wi i I Blyzka, Stuart and Moss. was the Frdalo dou-
n. .A o S d o ble combination which paid $123.
First Game
Phila. 000 100 000- 1 7 2 The dividends:
tDetroit 302 200 21x-10 14 1
SColeman (1-3, ,Monahan and FIRST RACE
Js.raos Club Chanp "ei.".. .o.... rr O
B Murray. GromQ k.( 4) d --
S cha. -Simple Win (Excluded from
Anibal Galindo yesterday de- The present tournament was Second Game $'ti J l 4.80, 2.80, 2.8i
feated Frank WtIllm s 4 and 3 played from scratch and Wil- Phila. 010 000 00-1 1, e) $4.20, 3.40
in the 36 1ole finals of the 1953 iam a disposed of several of Detroit 011 011 5x-9 11" t $7.40.
Club championship tournament there veterans on his way to thel Panovich (0-3, Martin and 'E W.,p C
at e Brazos Brook Country final. playing them on even Astroth. Aber (l-0o and Batts.'-Mobn Ooo, $.
Club a flne exhibition of golf. terms. l Called end of 8th inning be- 2-Mochlto 3 .
thertbyTeobming the first Pan- As for Galindo, he was pre- cause of darkness). Firt Double: ( 9 Wla-
arnlailf-to win the champion- dicted to win this cllu cham- Moon Goddess) $3d
thlp in the history of the club. plonship at some time or other.1 NATIONAL LEAGUE
Gailndo was forced to play his This was his year with ex- TEAMS W L Pet. GB THIRD EAC*
best game as Williams pressed champion Charlie Wood resign- Brooklya 89 43 .690 1-Mera Matru (Excluded from
him all tl'e way. After the first ing his Job for a life in Callfor- Mlwankee 0 s1 .611 10,! betting).
eight holes of the morning nia and Mike Kulikowski, the Phiadelphia 73 'I .562 161i 2-Ott $2.40, 2.20
round, Galindo was three down'Championship holder, on a St Louis 70 57 .551 18 3-Piel Canela, $2.20
but for the next 25 holes he was States vacation. New Kdrk 61 61 .473 Om Two: (OiU-iel Canela)
only one over par and Willirns Oalindo. graciously, gives a lot Cincinnati 56 73 .434 3 $BA 2
proved himself a worthy finalist of credit for his fine play to the Chicago s5 79 .318 39
by matching his opponent stroke astute training program planned Pittsbualh 41 95 .3J1 51 i 7OURT1 RACE
for stroke until the closing for hint by lis pal Gov. Ja e Ma- -Tlaama $7.20, 3.60, 2.40
stages of the match when he ria Oonzaiez. 'TODAI' GAMES 2-Cdllohi $2.80, 2.20
$lipped un with a couple of Eere are their cards for the Chicago at New York 3-Espatano $3.
bogeys and Galindo's relentless day: Cincinnati at Phila. (T-N) q eld : (Tilama-Cotlllon)
tame closed the door with three St. Louis at Brooklyn (N) $131
holes left to play. Morning Round Only games scheduled. FIFTH RACE
SIt seems as though the hand- 1-Redondlta $6, 4
Scap committee has been some- Par 444 354 345-36 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 2-Vafarls $2.80.
What generous with Williams' Galindo 454 355 354--38 First Game 'IXTH RACE
handicap of 7 iseveni. Especial- Williams 344 354 446-37 Milwaukee 011 342 440-19 20 3 l-Flor $27, 10.60, 4.80
ly, when one considers the low Par 443 544 584--36-72 Pittsburgh 001 000 210- 4 9 2 2-AliUtta $8.40, 3.80
rndlcaps of several veteran Galindo 443 554 535-38-76 Antonelli (11-9) and Crandall, 3-Royal Claim $3.
members of the club who are Williams 643 645 634-41-78 St. Claire. Lindell (5-16), Hall,
ow playing in the twilight of Afternoon Round Waugh, Bowman and Sandlock.
ir career with handicaps Galindo 445 354 345-37
based on freak scores of many, Williams 543 355 345-37 Secend Game l m r Co f
$loons ago when the sun shone Galindo 443 444 Milwaukee 103 000 810-11 12 1 l 1 C p
brightly. Williams 543 545' Pltburgh 210 020 000- 5 3 2
a alme 6- 15, HetkL, Friend
Corky Gonzalez Arrives; mi1. D in Over

Tickets Already On Sale (7- ing and Lan- Samuels
Sdrith. ew (8-91 and Lopata.
Lsed GameO
"Corky" Gonzalz. ninth rank- l a000 120 0003 10 1 F fd Plummer, 135 1-2.
1qg featherweight in the world, ic 00 1S0 00-S t 0 2 aed excellent form
according to the September issue 101 100 001-4 0 t a h" and -a fr
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of "The Ring" magazine. arrived
Sat Tocumen airport Saturday
evening and was scheduled to go
trough his first brisk workout
W this final week of trainlng.to-
B 4y at the Colon Arena at 4
Gonzalez will also train it the,
olon Arena tomorrow at 4 pm.
S shift his training ate to the
. irnama Gym on Wednesday;
Sternoon and will return to the
fi antic side to workout at the
rt Davis gym Thursday after-
i on. Corky will return to the
on Arena on Friday.
'Gonzalez is scheduled to meet
olon's classy unbeateri Pedro
i'sis In the ten-round main
out of an excellent program at
the Colon Arena this Sunday.!
S ept. 6.

Seulntek. Miller, Hansen, Kon-
stanty (14-9) and Burgess.
St. Louis =03 0 0 10 -4 8 3
Broo. 311 001 (12)2x-20 19 0
Haddfix< 16-7m, Erautt, Cham
bers, Schmidt and Yvars, An-
drQza. ne (17-5) and Cam-
p netta/ IlSWer.
Ch3ago 010 000 000- 1 9 0
New York 003 000 61x-10 11 1
Rush (8-16), Lown, Simpson
a McCullough. Hearq (9-8)
Cnd Wastrum.
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ChIcago 100 001 04-6 15
New York 000 110 00-2 5 0
Hacker (9-B) and Garagiola.
W4ortington, Maglie, Corwin'
(6-3), WUlpm Bad Noble, Wes-
trumn. (Caed end of 8th inning
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Unusual interest is being dis- W-5 ma u us sZ ,CW
played In this bout and for this CORY ONZALEZ LP OWING
reason tickets have been ptpced CORKY GONZA]SZ I M MOWING
Sale at Isaac Kresch's Man- Association) lists Corky as eighth New Yor -(NA)- Nation-
tttan Bar on Front at. Sn Cot
SCo- in the world among the 12a6 al g0 "ate receipts from pro-
pounders and the latest issue of fdfidOnl m1ing in 1947 were 13
Tesis' manager-trainer. Aubre '"Boxing and Wrestling" places 1-2 mllon, popped to four and
Woodruff. has nursed Pedro like th Denver, Colorado 1 N4 as o. a alt millop m'52.
t. mother-hen' takes care of 7 on the b t.
t icks and h to spring a The supporting' art lists a *a 3W arm LIFT
,t surprise S ludy niqh .by tenrounder between e ra. BMa
ving his boy make histryi der betwe, b. (UP) When
kth a victory over Gonzales. OOti and Kid Allen' at 134l Aa f Geneva flew o
pounds, a six-rounder between of Geneva lw o on
Oonzalez last outing resulted B'by Austin and AI tewar at iarf = et w York to
Sgave the airline PM
easyvictory over .One 126 pounds and a four-round nMt S of the way to
ith of Washington, 6. C. preliminary at 120 pounadl N eto h
ha been rated among th e1 u o
Sin the latest g"'Admission pricerange from at Cof rd
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Busch Tosses Beer Millions Into Bonm ,

Drive To Overhaul Loaded Dodgerg
By 'GEORGI WRIGHT in the system. We realize that it will develop players fhtar,
NBA Spelal Correspondeat one of our biggest problems has make them quickly fit Into 1l :
been the lack of enough Class team we have.
HOUSTON. Te*., Aug. 31 AAA talent to provide winning "The signing of sviy g~a
August Busch Is determined to team for all three of our player we can does mean,
build a baseball empire. teams in that category-Hous- that we will sign Negro
The St. Lould Cardinal own- ton. Rochester and Columbus. ers. It means that ev tl
er is bent on bringing the Red "We're. taking on good young Houston will likely have -
Birds back to the prominence players as fast as we can. players. We sighed
the knew in the Breadon "As a matter of fact we've Troupe, the former Cle
Riekey days. signed more players for the catcher, as a scot. Tbhds
"We're in baseball to stay," system in the four months we have singed two NC '
Busch told a gathering here. we've actually been operating I oni now playing in Freeno,
"We're going to put teams in t than the Cardinals acquired other In Toronto. Whemm
Houseton the fans will be all last year. We have one whose ability *
proud of." "We know that to have win- he should be playing with
The Anheuser Busch presi- ners we're going to have to Cardinals, or any other mclub
dent's plans for the Cardinals match Brooklyn in depth, not our system, he will be so pula
and Houston Buffs are big nnly in the National League, ed.
plans. They mean: but in the matter of replace- "We plan to rebuild and aX
That Negroes will play on ments. pand our farm system.
Houston teams possibly as "Yes, we are seriously congl'
soon as the 1954 season. "This plan that we have now, erinL the plan you say
That there'll be a system set for all minor league mana- Saigh had in mind o have &
up whereby a team can be gPrs to have a clinic led by our high minor teams. Houmaa,
size for one city and league Eddie Stanky, will helo in Roches and Columbus, tra
early in each season. this regard, we think. There'll together. Yes, that might be
SThat the Cardinals, above all, be an exchange of ideas, with in Florlda.
will have enough players to the best adopted for what we "We have discussed that 14a
go around for a change. hope will be a standard Car- quite a bit, and It will be ie
dinal way of managing, so that of the main topics we will d
"We lack depth," said Busch all teams in the system are "uss when the Cardi~al
"We need it In the Cardinals, run the sime way. We think ladtloa has its fall aaF
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ItalaMn and Yugoslav troops "'Let the people know the truth and the country is salfe b rhan IncolhA, he Inylted 2.00 ot
lared at each other across soi alite "names" of two
their common border today as t d -. .t
the Rome government waited TWENTY-EIGBIH TEAR. R PANAMA. R. P.. MONDAY, AUGUST 31,1953 -.t loked like the, g I .
for any sign that Marshal Tlo .a.h.te party of Its 4 _- __, _
plans to annex the part of l-fated Queen Marie Anto te
Trieste territory occupied by his ordered a country v i 1 lt ito th
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Trne Defcnse Ministry would self with similar ulErE teU wEn tthf t
eitherr confirm nor deny that Om m units Tay et reeChllea-tq alt Can
it 'ad re-deployed troops to the too h over the mA oold-ih
tllchy zone country olub near Blarrft. e was
But Satuday night Italian the 'B5,000 dolAr 6pm-slr .. laed Vs
tUnks and troops of the Gor- querade tom-r-ow.blin
itz garrison paraded often- The entir yTbUldoig frontP, A as e I
i tiously in the border town u sr covered with a gre an, at
within plain sight of Yugoslav ton m d m el obas ~t.
:sentries. Twilng lanterns a b
Reports rzom Venice. 70 miles PANMUNJOM. Korea. Aug. 311developments on the prisoner five Navy pilots and foir men line or risk "disastay." thSd word set to
f0m Trieste, said recall papers IUP, The Communists re- scene: assigned to tactical air estrol- Red ai teams already have t eldcopla
for resreve army officers. non- leased a record number of Amer- 1. The first Indian officers ar- either forward air obslnerrk or infiltrated Bouth Kortem pe the
onms and carabineri were wait- ican airmen today and officers rived from their homeland to reconnaissance pilots, fightln stopped, t e lvem A -pie-b~
ing in the central post office returning to freedom said the supervise guarding of prisoners One of the officers epatraited ment said in a state msFI natural
Post office, officials said the Allies may receive up. to 500 of both sides who are resisting was Capt. John Pit i of Bur- by its office of publM fit'-m 0Wou- .i
papers would go out lat.'r to- "bonus" prisoners, repatriation. The unarmed In- lington, Ia.. a fo rItrb Iand of tion. .
day. Fifty-one captured airmen dians were flown to the United actress Barbara &7 tiy k"1 The statemehL ii0i0 fia ,te W ,t .l*a_
"On all sides Italians congra- went through Freedom Gate a- Nations base camp near Munsan Payton was t don on a Allies ould be soale ato .
f~lated the government on its lone with 99 other Americans, by helicopter. bombing mlslOf .n.oth of Py- pect the Commuis tO ce a oW
prompt reaction to a statement the largest number of fliers re- 2. The joint military armistice onyang, the. E T ean cap- infiltatltn merSy because rn' t : 5f
y the sei-official Yugopress leased in one day since Opera- commission met for an hour and ital, on May 30, *1 armistice was signed. hi
agency that set off the furor It tlon Big Switch began 27 days 49 minutes In one of its longest The return prionera were CritlCiing Oen.. k W. Clar
said Yugoslavia was considering ago. sessions but refused to reveal the processed at .e om Village Allied supreme commander, fo
changing its moderatet and Some of the officers said the topic under discussion, and then set a to nchon to a- liftin,the sa def~e, the
tolerant" attitude toward the Communists may return more' 3. South Korean Prime Minis- wait transpd ti'on home. ernaent akiked that he resto
Triaste problem, than the 3313 Americans they ter Palk Too Chin reaffirmed About 320 t released pre- at aoee as a mllil ne t
Premier Gluseppe Pella's had listed for repatriation. South Korea's ambition to even- viously went .d the trans- The statement was lasted
-eok reached a new high As The 150 Americans repatriated tually absorb ,North Korea into port Gen. iAok,'Which will sail Dr. Hong KJ Karl, offal goV
orelgn minister, he et the today brought the number of the republic. Palk discussed the tomorrow nl orearly Wednes- ernment. spokia S
Italian viewpoint on the line U.S. personnel freed by the subject with visiting U.S. Sen. day for San lr e ncsco. South it a wou main
Sto U. S., British and French Communists to 2827. which would IWilliam F. Knowland. President yngrman Rh ee's own patrs of. te "ht
diplomatic envoys Saturday. leave only 486 In the nearby Red Among the airmen repatriated government wma ed the Allied whdih Eroul pr t3 Ai-
'bhe official view was that if camp of Keesong. I today were 25 officers and en. High Comm d today that Com- ied
the Y 'ugoess report was In- But the returnees said there listed men from bomber crews, munlst sple nd boeur are $e
tended as a trial balloon to best were from 1000 to 1200 American. 14 pilots of fighters and fighter- sneakinff t South KOasa and fat
Italian rea tion, the balloon had British and other non-KoreanI bombers, three Marine pilots, urged It to reto e sea defense
;een prick d. risoners awaiting repatriation F
Authoritptive sources said n Kaesong. They estimated the dh.
that whatever happened. Italy Reds would release at least 400 Geneva Said
htiad shown the Western Allies more Americans than originally
that public opinion here would npromised.,g
not stand for any concessions to There was no way of knowing
Tito on Trieste. whether the 'bonus' Americans
One official signifantly had been captured in the late : P.
,ntE n a significantly sen For Korean Peate Cpnfer e
.olnted to press demands that prisoners whom thh Reds had
Italy pull out of the Atlantic lsnot Inters whom th Reds had
ract arrangements iif te Big not intended to relec.y A--
aThree mae andy consessions g The Communists, however, an- WASHI n M AU. le te Wi rn e

Three Tmacke any concessions IM!h& Is :(..i .u .
tY. Ygoslavia on Trieste. bounced Saturday they we ldbl wtT. w. we.ta a z Hlto
repatriate all prisoners. Includ- pected f 0 nt eh4a6 i .
ThdTe Wes no suggestion that Ing those convicted of real or T w q f must begin 1fea
Itsay u takeiany concrete imaginary "crimes." c_ ln ~nctal conlfereiii'e
stup o provoke armed conflict There were other e mpdrn torefldle- a th aut. nt
oyer the 285-square-mile fr oe eee r r g, to be attend ed by at of -t a rou
tirritry. The official attitude representatives of cto 1 naton seabl u'for a
was "wait and see what hap- tratee which r ouhtoda n mind on the ate y ith

form. o f the conference. d and North t s
a Thea a of a 50foot hn h- tons o ide in rea will r.coun- tw s- the son
I!taly Clahns all of the so-cal- mend where and when the con- munist rer s.
led "Free Terrltory of Trieste," I dg
including be Yugoslav-occupied J u e's Bench Comni d b.i held ith the Sotwaelr h
Zone B, I'The truce agreement 4000wi f.th aweebl ste-
The West in 1948 formally that the conference must begin ~e aOcept-,
suwiported the Italian claims, on by Oct. 28. but there are ildiCea- abl o the C a Whh
grounds that Yugoslavia was One petty thief was Jaled and tioa the West will pru o for an had ed that. t m t Inv
denying thc people of Zone B a teenage first offender wus'let ear91 start possibly In the ig round
Thle support dwindled after when they laced Balboa Idagis- ..Offleals4ttd the-Unltedel s lte
Tito'x break with the Comln- trate's Court today.. has an "open mind" on the site'. tie s t
form. of the conference. Red.'=ii and North __..ra, iftsli |aa Uooa'. Jlm "
Theft of a 50-foot garden hose of the other U coun- ~qid 1 w I7 _'
form. ______ - d of the onf er nc .N..uiro-.

valued at$ $7.50 from Mrs. Eva
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G uardner of Anconm lanrdedr Rlia advocating tnat it take place in uO
High Life Antonio Anria, 21-year-old Pan- Geneva. Switzerland. ii
amanian, in Balboa jail for five Another problem to be conad- tid
NEW YORK, Aug. 31 4UPI days. ered by the Western diplomats mt
A hotel owner said today that is the U.N. representation at the X
Many people In the United States A 16-year-old La Boca boy who political conference. hos
15fuse to stay In hotel rooms had no previous criminal record Alu 16 nations whose forces fl
beyond the fourth floor. was found guilty -of stealing a fought in Korea are entitled to
"They are simply afraid of the box of cut chicken valued at sit at the peace table. State De- cep
higher stories," said Irwin H. $1.70 from the La Boca Commie- apartment .officials, however, ex- T
rlamer. owner of the Hotel Edl- sary's cold storage section. Intl pect that several of the.smaller CM
on here, who polled 10.000 position of sentence was sut- powers will decline to be repre- pl
tests from all over the nation ended. seatedd. pON
hl their preferences for hotel in,
rooms. Severino Ortega, 31-year-old pr
"What's amazing." K r a m e r IPanamanian, was fined $20 on Ne YorWe r To no
d4ded. "is that many of these a charge of battery. He was ac- W I I IV
people fly to New York." used of using force and violence a Fa
Son the pe,.,on of Eulallo Pala-
cios M. Th" two had a fight on ver ana al
LOO]ED LIKE FLOWER the Chiva Chlva trail. r el S rd a
DEWITT, N. Y. iUP) Two-, S rrl .lnrdav .
year old Susan Harris proudly' Speeding 70 miles in a 25-mph ll I Jl .
displayed an array of 20 "honey 0one of Rcosevelt Avenue net- me
scars" to her playmates. But, ted a $15 fine for Arturo Er- NIAGARA FALLS. Ont., A.,. ye
tting them wasn't so easy. Inefto Agard. 43. Panamanian. 31 (UP) --Lesley Sanders of New St.
a:e tot attired only in shorts Jos6 Reyes. 45, Colomban, York City will try to go over Nia- P
mas attacked by a swarm of was fined $5 for drunkness. gaas Falls in a barrel next Bat- had
es In the garden of her home.' urday or Sunday afternoon., it m
SFailure to keep right while was reported today. bUa
driving a vehicle resulted in a Major Lloyd Hill. local river- tin
-15 fine fo- Eric Lloyd Stevens, man, said Sanders had hired him
26. Panamanian. to arrange to pick up the barrel pr1
below the falls after the plunge.
Trespasslng in Tivoll Com- Hill .said the trip would take
missary netted $10 fines each nlace lt the afternoon of either
S for Venice Emeline Clark, 21. day and might start from the A-
t IAI and Rafael Hernan Barratt. 19. merlean side of the river.
SBoth ar ePanamanlans Sanders planned a .lmilar trip PFI
SA L. W, over the fallT in 1950 from the fr.,1
SAmparo Mercedes Alvarado Canadian aide. But when he r'1
21. Panan.nian. forfeited ball crossed the,International bridge 0
In i n the Balboa Commissary refr.ird to allow him to enter the he
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