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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01712
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (UP)
- The appointment of Selden
Chapin is under consideration
I the next United States Am-
yLmador to PanamA, it was un-
eentio d today.
Cbapin, a career diplomat, at
,WW't ambaasaotr to the
lioerlandls. If the appointment
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'.S by P manian gov
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WhO, h ea been ambassador to
Paa sOiuce 1951.
bhapla was born in 1899 and
eaterd the United States for-
ein ar in 1925 after gra-
d&U14awjmt the United tates
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poro In' ste Navy.
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WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (NEA) Under th ge-
eral program of getting the government out of unprefi
able busie entwprises, the Panam6 Line is consider..
ed vulnerable.
For fiscal 1951 --- most recent year for which a
annual report has been published the Panam6 Line
showed losses of $212,000 on a W$5a rio gross busH
The special discounts on mger transportaties
alone cost the line an estimated $ 5 0. For members
of Congress, discounts allowed wh and children to
travel for $40.each way. .
One of the sweetest breaks C essmen get is the
privilege of free two weeks' stemship ride to Pane.
m6 and back, with greatly reduced forces for their wives
and children.
All that's neeeary for a con- The line announces that far
gressman and ml to get an for government employes ot
nvitation for this smal-pense Canal Zone arreeuced etr m t,
vacation tour lI a letter from to 7 per cent. On govn
the vice president for senators a salaries, they could not aftordto
letter from thz e L th o e pge full fare.
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B o. Gen. uMtavo Berrto, land-
ed at Alb k Air Porce Base
late this laning for a brier vl-
at. o the thmus ea route to
at "
m Ialtvador.
Re was m oelpatid by Sal-
vador's Minltor to. Colombia,
RZisdo BrlSkiefria and a
gRup of Colombi.an officers.


AL Al brook the pty was wel-
eoe by MaJ. Sn. Reuben C.
BaW, Jr. CAlrC Oo mander and
eih. officials af Te armed
M aC s awer as epresenta-
ti .eof Panami d.the diplo-
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The res th inb tur
ib available to lawmakers for
practically free that the Pan-
ama Raload Co., a government
corporation that ia cIosely af-
fliated with the operation of
the Panama Canal Itself.
The Panama Line operate
three modem 14,000-ton liners,
493 feet long. They are the An-
con, the Cristobal and the Pan-
ama.
Each ship has accommodi-
tions for 215 passengers. The
announced schedule of faps
ranges from $288 to $U4 for a
round trip.

Wanno Buy A Dog?


The first public sale of an un-
licensed dog In the Canal Zone
was announced today to be held
tomorrow at 10 a.
The dog, a boxer, Is about two
ears old. He wasA fod b po-
lice wandering oan 1iard Hgh-h
way near the Oal Broa de
late Wednesday afternoon, and
has been Impounded at Coro-
sal.
Bidders have been asked tore-
ort to the Balboa Polce Sta-
on at 10 tomorrow, but the sale
will take place at erl.


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ifl gAhblbe. aided by
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partment of the Army, the IL
has certain national defense
_ectlons.
Whil e the congressmen ma
argue that their trips were n
official business in connection
with checking up on the Canal
Zone, many congressmen have
just gone for the ride.

Red Tnlk ORblosT
To Be Closed Oc
Red ank Clubhouse, which
has been operated as'a ssubll
iary of e Paraleo Clubbho
for the p several months,
e closed Oct. 1, It was annomne-
ed today.
The closing of the clubhous
Is a result of the deopuattm
of the town of Red Tank.
The Clubhouse t Bed Tua
was originally but mf Mwu
used for msny yeam a M
Following a fire In PFbrea "
1345 which destroyed the d
Red Tank Clubhoue and
theater building, the h mau
now in use was retodfo
use as s clubhouse.
The town of Red Task i
scheduled to be abandon n a
townasle as a part of the
range housingL program. My'
of the residen there hav al
ready been asgned quhIeN
elsewhere.
Civil Defense
Meeting Thursdeay
At Dioblo Club
A civil detEonu muee tor-
residents aof DiMdo
be held next ThurhTeWda I
the Diablo elubhouse.
All residents of the
been invited to attsO dtM.
lng which will open- it
A short talk on s cNrity
given at the meetmr Ir s
resentatUve of the It at
curity Branch. The .e.. .
also be featured by trhoa
of a slow motion e aom J of
destruction of two bEiliiHp
lBar to Canal UBoow sem.
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THE MAIL BOX
The Moll Box is an open forum for readers of The Panoma Amer-
ekan. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi-
dentiel monner.
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the
next day. Loters ore published in the order rocoived.
Please ry to keep the letters limited to one peg length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions
expressed in letters from reeoers
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WHEN PRODDED THEY BLOW UP
Si.
iinis relates to the "Grcat Experiment," or the deterioration
)f Americans in the tropics.
I wonder if we Amerlcans on the Canal Zone are being used
;or the noble cause of science to determine how mudh abuse, and
needling, and loss of self respect the white man can absorb in the
tropics before the worm turns
With the income tax, rents raised twice, free medical care
gone, and diflereniial threatened. I still think the scientist in
charge of the noble experiment has not penetrated the tropic
coma we have sunk into. His endeavors so far have been quite
punitive.
Tile blow-fish and Zonian have one thing in common. When
prodded they blow up. but. no resistance.
From a security standpoint, Sen. McCarthy ought to be noti-
fled.
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Strawberry War


In Louisiana


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BY PETER BED)ON
WASHINGTON-(NEA) As
people in the east ate Louisiana
strawberry shortcake this a-
son they may not have realize=
ed the berries could have any-
thing to do with an antitrust
suit.
Attorney General Hte n bert
Brownell has announced that a
New Orleans grand jury has re-
turned and indictment charging
a Hammoid, La., local of the
NlAional Agricultural Workers'
Union, AFL with violation of.
the antitrust laws in the straw-
berry business. This is a case
that may make labor, farm do-
op and antitrust-law history.
H. L. Mitchell, president of
the Agricultural Union, with-
heAdquarters in Washington,
has issued a. blast against tre
attorney general for tnis indict-
ment, one of ,fne i rst antitrust
actions of the new adminIstra-
tion.
itchell charges B~oi ell
with "union busting" and try-
ing to persecute poor and
needy small farmers while
dismissing criminal antitrust
proceedings against an in-
ternational oil cartel. Actu-
ally, this strawberry case was
begun under Truman.


National Agricultural Work-
ers Is one tf the poorer, shirttail
unions of the AFL. It has at-
tempted to organhlz the season-
al, migratory day laborers on
the big factory farms. It has
battled against illegal importa-
tion of Mexican "wetback" farm
labor, and tor better wages and
working conditions for what is
still probably the lowest-paid
segment of American labor.
In the Hammond, La., straw-
berry area, however, this
union stepped into new fields
a couple of years ago when it
successfully organized some,
3000 out et an estimated S5WI
small farmers and landown-
ers.
Varlos attempts hlad been
mac.. to organize these farmers
ever since the depression. Con-
gressman James H. Morris, who
represents this district in Wash-
ington, organized them Into a
co-op in 1939, but it broke up
at the end of the war.
Then, in 1961, the Agriculturr
al Union took oVye. Henry AL
Hasiwar of New York, a national
vice president, headed the or-
ganizing drive.


ft is aneaa of small-truck


caan de. The sarmers are,
of French, Italtn, Czech,
Angle-Saxon and Negro stck
Some of them operate on small
areas, taking off the cash
berry crop In February and
March, then going to work in
the oil fields or.shifting to
cultivation of cucumbers, pep-
pers or beans.-.
Within a year, Hasiwar's Local
312, Lousiala Fruit and Vege-
table Producers' Union, contrbtl
led two thirds of the area pro-
diution, valued at about $7 mil-
lion a year.
And th.?n the trouble began.
FedeLal Buieau of Investigation
Was sent into the area last year
to make an investigation of al-
leged coercion of farmers to
join the union.
Handlers and processors who
r.Sused to meet these terms had
their places of business picket-
ed. Growers were prevented
from unloading their corps at
such places There were a num-
bkr of acts of violence and the
whole community became in-
volved in a strawberry war.
All this ;ed to charges that
the union was not operating as
d labor organization. The men-
bers were not employes but In-
dep.,ndect farmers. It was
crlrged thk the union was in-
volved in tr Ing to fix prices and
act In restraint of trade.
In an apparent effort to get
around this. the union applied
for a license as a farm co-oper-
ative. Falling to mr.t Louisiana
law requlietments the license
was never granted.
In the Louisiana case, no one
could belong to the co-op who
was not a member of the union.
Dues were raised to $10 initiation
and l -a month, which few
small berry patch operators
could afford. The union collect-
ed $40,000 dues, nrlf t'f which
came to Washington. Roadside
sale of berries was prohibited.-A
union exclusive sales agent was
named, who was paid 120,000 la
lary out of profits.
Members of the cop-op were
entitled to rebates from profits
If their dues were rFold up. But
where dues in arrears, they were
deducted frot rebate dividends
through a check-off.
Fairly this year Department of
Justice sent an antitrust lawyer
Henry M. Stuckey from Wash-
ington, to sift these charges and
present them to a grand jury
with U. 8. Attorney John M.
McKay. Trial of this case may
et new p-ccedents as to what
labor unions and co-ope can and
can't do under the antitrust
laws. __

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Social Security


.By BOB RUARK
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ROME. In all the talk about Social Security
dividends and the limitations of earnings on the
part of recipients of the cepr bed % e t. after
age 65, It seefs to me that there.- te point
whilch has never been sufficiently belabored.
That is simply this: The government forcibly
separates you and the boss from a Social Secur-
ity deduction.
This Is not the government's iaD .y. It I youq.
money, taken without your conent: And used
by the government for whatever purposes the
government sees fit Until you by u sm miraei.
avoid sufficient wars, cancer, traric accidents,
and heart attacks to get It back in piddling
pieces when you are old and gray.
It is not only ridiculous for the government to
put a limitation on your earnta powers, and
aeny you your own money If you.bhppen to want
to work after age .65 and are w.orth more than
$85 a month, the present limit.
With the dollar shot to hell and lqing costs
outlandish, a man couldn't lve well on both his
Snoil Mauri=td the itr tlW.thf O N"J4eftt


A man who continues to earn after his leg
retirement age presumably wl pay taxes, af
A4.= a"rrygtE S= t the BoolaIS
curity legislation, it was ih 193, j he ndr of i
depression, and the idea was to attract old pe
pie to quit working and open the labor ma1tl
younger people, .b ,
in those days, OP a dre
'a month in fa. ".
A lot of fe chan 1
hiding the the 8o
of certain wa nd lei
measurably i
It la alm a msi e t t ft oan aug
pension to I2agl'Jobs,
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allows -tte . '- .' be-- toaI~t
Apart from the complete Idiocy of penalizing to wait anot s
industry in old age, the moral aspct of Social back in dribs n4 abs.
Security has fallen all out of kiltter In the flrt
place, It is morally wrong to force a man to save This would maIl too much sese M the
against his wIt, and to force an eIpltoyer to help ernment to a.eept, of courses asW t we e
him save. Prudence and frpuality-V noble ybr- shoot tor whnen W agrees dome bak U a
tues, but not a portion of the state's stewardatip plete re LaSLbtthe limitation an dutsde
over the individual. Ings. which none of the g ovr nt's
Allowing, though, that the government h as And to *g ij candidate I, nef.it &
sumed the right to enforce savings on the ma of taking ey in al Jup he e
then tie fact still remains that its the Nma4 retl _
money., and Bo the government' money, ~ a I hav ought that,
should be pald him on demand, either in-lmp a., on l .as well as
or installment. -ince it, de
Further. admitting the right of enforced sav- and robs a i cnt
Ing. Al disallowing a call on the traed moan- In its ew mW administration. It rta
ey, t fact that the man can't g his cltaws ethically uawrg as a bank would be
on h 4wn money, eten In installmentd, without your mar and then either refused to
beoaR a literal idler In his old ag, Is dishon- back or t p. what to do'with It wirlW
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p Wi 11 Ida and distributed to the
S (UP) I .i l their lou hospitals. So far, no
; maln ehl had been bitten.
poHe searedd ) MI Police Chief Frank Pike i
led asd deadly ried for fear there may be n
snakes unaccounted for in
The snake hunt o vi-inity of Reo W. Mowrer's r
mentum whe it dental pet shop.
Ithe cobras had ea ; I "Mowrer is scared to dea
th Tidnlty.of the LMo Sird Pike said. "If he knows
Animal Co. many got away, he won't
usI."
I identification of the Mkue. Mowrer, who live ,am
eh account d At 5 a nakes, parrots, parrakeets
SIn "r ~a. penguin. denied any connect
ade byDr. d ith the cobras.
of the biology t Pike got an anonymous t
M mry ge In phone call from someone
said a "former employee" of NI
Jitters *5rrIrtl,< C rer got mad because he was f
o, 00f o and "turned loose 12 to 15 anv
She OtarIf6 a box."
SMothers krleep Pike shot a snake three tl
children Mn with his pistol last night aft
serum wa fM~ paor- householder had den it c
._ ... through a crevice In the ft
datlon of his home. It was I
tified as a cobra.
L *Earlier a 13-year-old girl
.- a anake coiled on the steep a
1 deserted house. Vicki Bolom
told her mother, who ca
L l 0 Mowrer. The pet shop ow
captured It and took It away,
Sreftid to tell police what
di d Wilth It. It also was believe
-be a cgbra.
f i "It would help some if
'de- dould find out how many cot
S pacific got loose in the first place," I
4 r -tBesides the cobras, the
o r s shop neighborhood has prodi
WHy lelgri* sme iguana lizrds, some
___th tour feet long. The
re frightening in appear
t entirely harmleM.
l for the dance wi be told Pike that cot
I by Victor Boa and his or- not survive in. tempe
who will provide a spet s lower than 50 degrees.
\ a f t variety music a roun .w. afraid they might
OM .Ilve through the win
ian,. also will be pro- evMen breed."
ben. a shat Mowrer mi
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Ml d Mall said
p ia today that, "to
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h':,. this i usinesa in the city

STORY, SIR ?" Thir
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and .1" 1exbert returned fi
v acaf. wth the story of
Li/^l "16d oai.Be" they were serve
MoKSt. J Noim.A They said
fwatH ootheir order,
l INag.era turned with steaming coffee d
b.or anag tho r ees dropped an
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A book about the sea and its dren and M3
wonders including the hardy '
advetrer -who have sailed it America- OGelogcl Socety
wau of the new books plac- America; and JoSnI U
ed In irculatlon this week by wonder Berrifl.
var- the Comal Library. The new Fine Arts: The qtartone d'
one book, "Joarney into Wonder." Cobean Cobean.: aM The W
was wrltter br N. J. Berrill, an foundations of harmony .'aM
r- einoent marine biologist and a composition.
nore professor at McOll. university. Biography and -+ *
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eal- deals not only with the great ker: Muni.h and Its enmv
personal of Itshistory such William Green; a plct"urA
th," as.Cohlmb~s, Dd, and Cook. gmphy. 'Danish; nd otna
bow but aso te plasi and animal a problem for United tt- a
tell life of the oceans, forelpn policy. Ballentine.
The complete lIt of new books Fiction:- Stars In the wasdw .
ldst and their authors announced Appleby: Dasv of my loeeo,.Ml. '
and this week follows: op! You shall know themla~.ri
tion Biblography and index of ler: and If wishes were hearus,
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Democratic Leaders Arriving


In Chicago For Party Caucus


CHICAGO, Sept 11 'UPI attempt to require them to sup-
Democratic leaders began arrlv- port the party's nominee. Some
Ing today for the big party con- Southern leaders have rejected
ference Monday and Tuesday at invitations to next week's con-
which they will trv to reunite, ference.
for next year's big political bat- However, the list of expected
ties. arrivals showed that Gov. John
Among the first to show up!S Battle of Virginia and Gov.
were Mrs. Dorothy Vredenburgh,'Gordon Persons of Alabama had
secretary to the national corn- sent word that they would ar-
mittee, and Mrs. India Edwards, rive Sunday.
vice chairman. Florida Gov. Dan McCarthy,
They will assist National in an appeal for cooperation to
Chairman Stephen A. Mitchell prevent "breaking the party in-
in final arrangements for the to solinters." said he planned to
meetings at the Conrad Hilton' end a personal representative
Hotel. 'to the conference.
The bulk of the part's bignig.s Sen Richard B Russell of
Will arrive Saturday and Sun-,Georgia. who lost the nomina-
S','tion to Stevenson last year ex<
..e influx will be led by for- oressed regrets that he couldn't
her President Harry Trumanattend the meeting and sent
'ho will move into a suite jn the! "personal greetings" to Steven-i
lackstone Hotel Saturday and son on his recent return from a
old a private discussion Sunday world tour.
th Mitchell and the party's de- "The strength and vitality of
ated 1952 presidential nomi- the Democratic party will be
ee, Adlai E. Stevenson. manifested in the congressional
Others scheduled to arrive elections of 1954," Russell tele-
unday include W. Averell Har-jeraphed. "The winds and thel
man and Sen. Stewart Syming- tides are both with us and if we'
Missouri, both possible pres- will hold to fundamentals and
ential nominees In 1956. and keep first things first all things
en. John Sparkman of Alaba- aueuer well for our national
a, the 1952 vice presidential ticket in 1956."
aminee.
Former National Chairman THREE FOURTHS
Frank McKinney, former post-i BOONEVILLE, Miss. (UP) -
master General Jess Donaldson. Pat Hancock. 3. her father and
and former price control admin- her grandmother celebrate their
Istrator Michael V. DiSalle also birthdays on July 4.
wll arrive Sunday. .
CiSalle has been mentioned as l I'
a possble future national chair-' I
was.. '
Party insiders said today there '
wr no likelihood that an at- i
t4apt would be made at the cur- :
rgnt meeting to oust Mitchell as .
national chairman.
'ltchell has engaged in a feud
wft Southern party leaders re-
s tIn from the action of many
otiem in supporting Dwight
shower, the GOP nominee, i
tte last presidential cam- mo n omn s ble
Be Southerners are,still bit-' cok'e aner.~h. h r
t over the loyalty oath impos-' ovr ..th tov. u,
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53 Measure of
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Receive Diplomas
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A swar' of Junlor-s.se patrons
of the Fort Clayton Port Libra-
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recently at the Post Library.
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fact that at least la oo had
been read during the current
summer vacation.
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ture and hold the Interest of the
Juniors who participated in the
program. Bookmarks and ant'il-
Iltin board featuring a clown
helped to dramatize the reading
club.

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bitten by a water moccasn on
a recent flshlni trip to Dump
Lake, Gene Alien killed the
make, lanced the wound with
a rusty tackle knife, made a
tourniquet of a fih stringer,
paddled a mile ae d a quarter
to the boat landing, drove to
the hospital and wept back out
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS FOR SALE
Household Automobiles IDve ~ s l-l PhIIie ps.n Oceinside Wap,.. .s AutamoMbl
W ak Ab.im sales,.nes. a a Clara. Box 435, BU RAN -
FOR SALE-1953 Estate lour burner FOR SALE.-1950 De Sotl, Door[ IZ0l A e C. 2 Panama 3-1877. Crilt1bA
gos stoe wth broiler arid o"en rdo, se3 covers ll n excellent "iuMe- on beach Sianta C_-iu-'I
with gla window and light Also condition. Tel. Curundu 7187, DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic C amp S S
Slig h t. c lo a nd tim e r on coo kin F S A L E. C e n tral A vc n u e K S t., co rn er inHC ONL a.p e
light, clok red .mer on cooken FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury. low Telephone -3479. Panama. Phone SHRAPNEL, BlbWp
.. surlace Barely used. Cost n mileage. extras. 51,300 00. Crs- -- or see cor'aoker there.
,b $349cO% will sell for $22500 tobal3-1339. A VISIT TO THE SAN BLAS On- -*- -
cash. Phcne Cr,srobal 2979 alter ISLANDS. SPTEMBER 18. 19. 20 Foster's .Cottages. n "" .. t
6.00 p. FOR SALE --1950 Ford P;ck-up.The trip of our life. A Jungle Jim Santa Clara. Please bcn g u
R S.ALE:.-Stlc kitchen -b duty pabd, good tires, body "n Jaunt thru the Panama Canal to Co- .AW p. Phone lboa 2.'2-1 r
2-5 ereirrtcn table 5 very good condition, and runs very lon San Blos and Porto Bello! A three WIL..LIAMS' Santa C .
O, 00, 25 esle rerSgerkator runf.r e good Tcs Is hot a sunk. 900.-ay trip aboard the Hotel El Panama's toges. Large. comfortable. mal dh,
00' Croe Shelsador refrigerator. 00. 1947 Ford in gbtd condirion.,Pesc'dora. Lerae Balboa Friday 6 a. near beach. Balboa 3050 except .
60 cycle. $100.00. PhonePan- Clean insiae and out. Excellent. arrive Colon 2:30 p.r, leave weekends.
anmo 3-2 192. boay and point Hou:e 2044-B.B Colon 9:33 m. for Son Bias nan .--
R SALE --Household goods con- Curundu. Tel. 83-6161 returning Colcn 4ndarem"ch Santa Clar uec-o-
', isting Ot Bendix upright portable FOR SALE.-1952 Plymouth Station afternoon. Tniuugh the Canal Mon- moderate ratri Tethon. e -441~
aoher, Westinghouse refrigerator, Wagon. Metallic Ekue. Overdrive Idao 6 a. m. returning to a a mbo;d 4-567 Pedro Mle ul.41
..dreser. chest drawers, metal din- Duty Paid. Phone Fr. Kobbe 5234 Meal catered by B Panama. ng' -567. Pedro M
ing tables, porcelain top table sacks, shots, bolhing uit, iocket. COD RF1- t
'i'tcleirs wicker chairs, rockers, FOR SALE-1951 Morris Convertible. ks,shots, bathingsuit, locket, I FOR RENT
1lecttric clocks, wall cabinet, stands, new top and seat covers, en- l.phng, and your camero and rolls FOR R N
t work bench, desks, tripod. P y- gine and brakes have been over- color film Please make ra rva- nOla II
light screen, 0528-A, Guaoycan, hauled. 00 and tdke r ey rough your Travel R d tdke up pay-R bd room. House.
iA"ccn 7?4l ments. See Willord at Shore Patrol FOR RENT:-T-wo bedroom.
AnLon 2-3341. mens. ee llr ore trol Agr.t. or jungle Jlm Pce at Pon furnished, at Westwood form, be-
..o. P2-m3.a2 50f1Headq.uarters o pel. ,e on phone 25-2471 -s Sciri- fur e W twoorm, e-
OR SALE--Westinghouse Frost Free, Pnaa on phone 25-247 aof 3-16C. Special prie p or groups yond Arrailan, TL- *olboa* 2756
"I, 18 months. 25 cycle. Easy Spin- ... . .. .6 pople.- -
drier Motor. Slat shades. Louvers FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile 76 SPECIAL- EXCURSIONS v.i LACSA FOR RENT: dFrr2bidJ house, liv-.n
for old 4 family. 201-C, do ut pa.d. F n condition, radio IPANAMA-MEXICO one wy $105 groom t
SMifuor l 4fl. 0C May be seen throughout day at 25 round trin 175 115 d en, garage, maid's oom. hot wa- ,
,'....guel.4 4 -35 Balboa Garden. $1,250 cash. Mu.l itl 1.ooo ter. 2 blocks from Hote El Pan- '
R ALE:-Diningroom toble. Rat- sell soon. Ask for Johnson L ANGELES ne $17950 ama. No. 93 Vie Espana, beside
ta maple top. 6 chairs. 542-A,ANGELES one way 17950 o Miramar.
~ tCu, Hgts. $60.00. FOR SALE: 1952 Ford Victoria. round trip $312.89 (90 day limit). ao ramr.
Cur. t.$00only 7,80C miles, duty paid. Call Panama Displtch SglIice. 36 Ave- FO RENT
RSALE:-Mahogony diningroom 3-0281. nida Nacicnoal o ( rnobile Raw).
set eight pieces. Like new. rgaLE:i. Tel. Panama -A.
49th St. No. 5. FOR SALE:-OMdsmobie 4-door se- AM ents
N dan, 1949, model 76, excellent A -.
Pot SALE:-Coldspot De Luxe 14 mechanical conditloi, excellent F R SALE ATTENTiOW 1. I.jst built modern
I~, Frgeur, Kenmore semi-wOU- tires, paint in-good condition, new a.. opartmentHs an, two bedrooms,
Rtl washer. 60 cycle, one year eat covers, original owner, 11,000 hoiindeol hot and cold woter. Telephone
. Albrook 86-4203, Qtrs. 128- miles. Telephone Panama 2-3067. Sealed bids, in trillcote, will be re- Panama 3- .
F____FOR__Sean SALE.ce-ived in the fiffifce of the fEngi ALHAMBk1 'APA MIENTIS
aR SALE:-Phillppine Rattan liv- oR SALE;--1950 Chevrolet Sedan neering a a: t ruction Director, Modm 2, 4 ra funihed
SALE:-Phllppine Good condition. Call Balboa 2- Panama Canal Company, eb Modn 2, 4 roqll furnished
ingroom set. Philippine dining set. 3007. n' Cana n utl or ufu a hmbra's%
Cell 2-2900 after 5:30 p. m. Height aol ne;nt 0 Office 8061, 10th Street. Colon.
Huuse 0778-G. Williomson Place. FOR SALE:-1953 Chrysler Custom a. m., Octobefl 7, 1953. and Telephone 8061 th I ht. Colon.
E udernistic Imperial Sedan, power brake, tor- publicly opened, for furnishing all O R ,
R SALE: Beautiful modernistic que converter, aut-trons. radio. plant, tools, equipment, labor FOR RENT:4-i ..fpolrtment.|
curved bar, solid mahogany, six tinted glass, white wall tires. Phone services, and materials, exceptt to one or w couples. No. 27, "
feet long, glass top, large storage 3-1594, evening Coco Solo 579 certain Panama Conal Company 48th Street. Tel. 3-3806. I.
room. Separate show case at back, furnished materials listed In the ; WW
Sliding glass door, with three large specifications and for perform- FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment
mirrors. 4 stools, upholstered back WANTED .ng all work for constructon- of 2 bedrooms, Perejil Second Street,
h ~iseat. See it to appreciate it. pavements, utilities, housii1 and No. 11.;Tge~ene 3-264. -
Also large variety of potted plants. Miselane s oppurtenaries at Diablo H ts, FOR RENl.--Furnished apartment,
'Phone 3-1294 for appointment.. ___ce__aneou_ C Z. Forms of prapo~s; ,aCI- October Ist to January 1st. Coo
FR SALE:-Very chop single mo- WANTED:-Refrigerator, 60 cycle, I'cotains, nd full-'ortic av, Duplex, one block from Hotel E. |ift
hogan bed, tables, benches, book good condition. Telephone Cuiun- be stained frOristhe offlt he Panama, $170.00 per month. Tel.
rock, complete set or will sell du. 7297. .Contract ano reaction 3-4977.
;singly. House No. 24. 50th Street. S ERpom 343. Balboa Helghtfl (Tel-U
House No. 24, 50h Street.R one 2-37 39 2-2698T". .Seci. FOR RENT:--One bedroom, modern
LE:-Westinghouse refriger- FOR catlons nd brolwngs'*ll 'be is- apartment. Garage, 168 Via Belis ,
c ft. 25 cycle $60.00. M' sud on a deposit of $40.00 per rio Porres.
t 179-B, ophi 2-4213 se e ti"il be. tfettd ff FOR RENT: Two bedroom apart-
.... "_-.'. FOR tL .,W specinrcan.n iand :ini oro ments in a brand n four apart- 'n ._ __ -
E --9 pc. mahogany dfnilg l t't- not' retumer within 40y cndar merits house, o~ u& Via Ar.,
f vory color mahogany chest ot No 23. Rod. das ofte ..Wiag of .. 'fl A .feFor, jt .
*wrs and night table. 10th St. 7-5426. F SALEr-, be :as m4 cc
Lefeve No. 27. motion .fiw tirn bt FOR RENT:-Comfortale furnished
E:-Al ft porcelain Frigidaire "amf u tery, ~1 .5 plce R m apartment, electric refrigerator,
I ? ft. 25 cycle, Electric motors, rr & W set, $l. "t New H ire best residential sectier. Pella Vista,
.: t condition, 25 cycle 110-in i Pulles, months old. Tel 43 St., No. 13.
220 V rep-Ind. 1 HP and 1-2 u A ilk Panama 3-5179. ____-- M _a___
SHI P. 867 Morgan Avenue, Balboa. Vul Of Ms FOR SALE;-Bass Drum, Small dim FOR RENT
itliLE: Coffee tables $20.00 & t 5.00. Convo s 00 Conv la ding ... - .-
s End table, 15.00. Bed tcotr cOl an4 mattress $8.00. C. ~ Nor- ROOMI S
single, $12.00. 8202-D; 6th St., rison. House 84-F, 6th t5 Coc FOR Ati:M:--n room with
Ae 7o. Solito. FOeas MU :-5uIcI om w -th -'
__-Jrgrwito, C. Z. E YOK, Sept 11 (UP) n trrncei,and service Colle
LOST FOUND b erra CasH FOR LE 1% %4toN20%oiscoun NoN Apt
w lbe recommsslt carrier Hor n all Ckirrro Marble headstode. Apt. "D,"
tOST & FOUND W vl be recommissatonaed today only this Sto7th, and special granite
after 27 months of complete re-t oy tht lfl nd ciro tl .,
LOSr: wtg dog, whit, wth buIldlg to make the storied for M.t. R pI and CorINOl.
brown spots, in Diablo. Please cll World War II veteran tough e- Ponma l-Phone 2- 2656
telephone 2-4473 or Panama 2- enough to handle modern jet FOR SAL --Boxer pup2-is, C
1930. Reward.... craft
1930. Reward. aircraft. FOR SALE:--Boxer puppies, Central Lo I e
Avenue Ne. 154, Panomr, upstairs
eaFOR SALE Adiliral Roscoe H. Hil- Tel. 2-5297.
FOR SALE lengoetter, commandant of the FOR SALE: $295 00, Bdldwi
Boats &t Motors Th.ird aval districtwll pr, poino: Excellent condition. House 5 .
__ ---- ______________. __._sent the 10-year-old mro of the downstairs. Colle 3 de Noviembre.., .... Si
actingg runabouts 12 ft. and 14 ft. Pacifle campaign Its new com- Panama. .rop l p eBe ...-
SMercury, Hurricane and Evenrude, mission at p. m. EDT ceremony Wal An--S 2
71/y H.P. motors. Also 15 ft. Ca- at the Brogklyn Naval Yard. AdOR ALE:-Beauful stomp col-I
SMost sell. Make offer Aber- miral Robert Carney, chief of tion, Underwood typewriter, ex- @ ih
m tocillent condition, cheap. App ; wUIr I. 7
at hy No. 9, Peru Avenus Pn-niaval operations, and Admiral c lilent on 40tion c ne. App f ftBUI
S mo. Tel. 3-0264. Lynde D. McCormick, conmand- phone -4013. Panamno. I
FOR SALE:-17 ft. outboard nror er of the At'antic fleet, wti take FOR SALE --7wo trunks, goad -con- which w
boat with cobin. Phone Fort Gulidc part in the program. tlon. Curundu Tel. 517 was Tomas
8-8539.u n T 5 - l d ear-old lom-
(8-8539. "'-- The Hoi net eighth ship of Il[ l rHal u pi hte brald'I O i ..
.... ts 1namein the U. 8. Navy, wll- In.toI '."
SWanted Position later iv en .-,ee Abrook b alks Up i t-
Sshakedown cruise off the U .8 gI onr K9rdfeed
Position as laundress or generalNaval base at Ouantanemp, o r eelsthe
houseworker for small .mly Cuba. I the hi hway
sought by mature reliable.Wst For Air e
Indian woman who5 has 5od WO nrFor Aown '
references- A former empBYorOfe
454, Panama. Tabulation Man, aIrcraft without a major aced l-' t A.-.]ee, 4 ,
R SALE Supervisor idebt w announced by Base tin rib i rac ure .
of-a oSALEa.Supervisoroff o a.. fractured pi .
SEstae The Civilian Perpael Office. pn Albrook 0-47. piloted by Ma- n iiulder an
Albrook Air For" Base An- O e y D Carpenter of Or- f"
!Kn ALE m- arn for a f o of o > th
v. toe Cumutes2l M29; are"'" "ow being accepted for the hrour mark oor aircraft of the 3- an whg re-
M2. hone Cristbal 2979 o on of Tabplaton Planner nal one Air Force Base since
p. m. nd Operations superior at Alhrook' IPst major arcldent in nestlgtl i
th e Base. s .r y 1952 Tran osd Into miles~ .rges hae
S "" the f the mark would equrl over 200I '
S- ESSt .. -...I-lE A olleations should be made train e'rnund the world or over f.' i -
-- on standard Form 57, "Applica- one mistion six hundred thou-, AI.Alm&
A Stion for Pederal Employn'ent," sahd miles oldr-
UNITS SA DIST3IaCT end may be brought or mailed to Base offielals stated that. Air
Fr ct Ac Ta Ol.r the Civilan Perotn.l O)ffice, Force-wide, the figure miht not, t p. .i
i-; l ~rrS r-I SW:-aT Bld 0 ,O, ibronk js~ s, -, h ,onud Imoreuslve. but oLote "rl u : -5.i "
u s n aAC i on e.r 'al eied. e tat- out thlet tha i6mp1ratlv .1v ajl I1 V 5 r I-H i
e,' si,,,. us la not required. number of Alhrook-baseg, air- .
e.5- 6 reft. couplel with the natufe deSl L.
-N s, P,.be P urther Informnnala may be the Air Bas.e's misalon, are aig.
u (1e a win SiT IR PVaIsN obtained by calling Altrook 3224. nt'irant for the safety record
UL b 1 UA 'II ettained Albrook alrereft dail.~y
spe g$ is a ,,,, ). W If dLA 1 ,4 J. 'ly over water, luna"te a'sd' It
. .. .ek . .. .WI lr t l in 0 J. through unusual climatic cond .rl1 -
Y. g ~l-m I e'l .d a i VI11g In Germanyi the bet in aircraft and crew. Itli
b .(. Lp. a In .xnlanation, the AF author.'
& 4sea .. BNRLXN, Bept. 10 P Pt. Wi- itle added that a major sarel-
at d c fred Undo Jr., p Stbldentt in terpreted an on. that
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The Stud Bocas del Toro's expensive Chilean- .
bred six-year-old chesnut horse Jaquimazo tomor- When the final scores were in was reduced to t l fr Round l .
Slast Sunday for the 36 hole qual* tyera and it took a =Me the
ro, will get sterner competition at the Juan Fran-lst unday o the Fh~e Aals- to make the final As this t iype
co National Race Track when he goes after his sec- dor Cub Championalip Toiqrna- eh member of
ment, veteran Pare Orahamhtad e, This year's a o the 1 o11w
ndl local victory in as many starts against strong decided the medalist honors in Champion and th is n M nt
Class "C" over seven furlongs for a purse of $650. leadif a field of over 12a Club winners willneed will .
golfers with a 70-7--141 uaore. their bag for the on. l n, t on 1s
The son of Jall-Quiromantica finish if he gets into contention The large number of entries ment Committee j rnnar the.the l
raced to a post-to-post victory early. c- C*t in tle. i l'*
'over a Cliv.- D- field last Sat- After boiling down the whole ga" t 7 tTke tihe i llreS
*urdav in nit Sabanas debut and thing. the race shapes up as a r a
though pescse by Valley River battle between Jaqulmauo and C espoht.
t ,tourh In ei'nst' Juan Franco Graded i"-' -t' A
'at the finish. he still was full of thle entire field---and the major- the :otournalenontiors U a.
iru. vt of the experts think it will- of play l f 'he
be victory No. 2 for the new- or iormling ag1
This tune Valley Riter. under comer. P.P. Bors hockey Wit. COMMENT long 2 llte_~a _k t, IM
4* dalgo Ji ill oppose Jdiuinaso seems to be a much harder race a " ie f l et l DoNWble Each of :teq eL"tiwnl
which till oe ridden by Bias A- ro pick. n this one..hard-run- a o Doubleceed
mgulrie In their lust meeting. iing Pancho Falcato tangles 1-Yoslklito A. Ubidia 114 --lhouldn't miss new rn Iairings d 1ft and Bob et-
Jaquimazo gave Valle% River J]2~ith Mv Dear. Flambaro and the 2-(Amazona C. Ile. 11 : --- gerous contdi ter schedd e nhedu a le' pLt Md
Spouinds. This time Valley River ,,ddenly successful Porter's 3--Okinagua V. Cstli. 112 -- turns in good abtap 'o -1. t. ..
gets only a six-pound pull in the. tar 4-Mochito A. Enrique 1 1 --~ard to beat -. ad.
-weights. Ftuht other interesting races 5--Mlranda R. Guerra'lt--Nothing to indcla 10-1 Wlven l ivdPt val4k Patil
.'. The experts. however, opine complete the program. 6-Marllu A. Ycaza ll3x-In-and-outer -1 excer of 1.00 awI
th t Jaquimazos stiffest opposi- the t lO1 IEl I T IOf
tion kll come fro m p a Pon.dranRa Tice por % urs 5. Pool : 4 wter
Quo Vadis and the Hartley Lass- JUd Fran ps of the Double lrt, w n d,
Newminster entry Chilean are Jun Franco Tips S nd .Use o the Doudl Mt, ,
Jose Biavo has the leg up on Pin By CLOCKER 1--8amo A. Vas. 118 -Everything Indtlllg even beqtlUa i S ....
Pon. Juho Rodriane7 wil l tuide -2-Rina Rol F. R. 110 -Returns in fora., 10-1 wll bes .eate l. ..
Quo Vadi~. Catalino Iglesias has 3--Astoria J. CC 10 -Good race last.-.1 10-1 .p v.OltSw.,
the mount( on Hartle% L. s and I-YOSIKETO Amazons (e) 4-1 wet Windsor. 115 --Improving ateS .even a g Sg
mnnter's reln~ 3-OTI La Chula 6-Paques 0. Casti. 110 -Likes muddy. -j9. 10-1 u
The proruisnc Great Game re-' 4-MERZA MATRU Avivato 7--La Chats A. MenA 114 -Distance hni -1 o"'b
thi:ns from a layoff. reportedly 5-DON JAIME La Lobs .td. C. 1tb
in Rood shape and enuld tnoseti 6-Henry Lee (e) -Chocunaque Ieinr iw '
th.-"s undPI the hr.t,1p- of Al-i i-CAMBIST Alabarda 3rd Race "Non-Wipnerw 4% Fgs. Purse: $350.06 P Olesels: 1:45 1 4r oSb li'L _
frelo Vasquez Piiroi' IT. with I--nALIDA P Pincel ONE TWO
Fredd" Rose tip coirld r-no mrkel 9--Jaauimhao Newminster (e) t
things interesting with hi. ,rons 10-Pancho Falcat6 -- My Dear I-La Mona J. Baeat 108 -Usually trti 30-1 -*,
*.--- --- 2-Roly Mena R. 102x-Must improla M 0-1
3-Baby Baba M. Gue. 110 --Han shown a 30-1 .
S4-Oti A. Phil. 119 --anms 'net.e t 2-1
tSArCaril Rifle, Pistoll 5-Canasta P. Ordofiez 106 --arly mpe i 15-1
S6-Wahoo V. Brown 102x- Seeln outM 2-1 ton
S7--L Chula F. Hidal. 104 -Good ear ly 1r d 1-1 l ALn
T Vw BF C' I~ 8-Chlllbrlllo J. Bravo 112 -Rates oalklchanee 15-1
Cais W on Fair Sh are --Pedestal A. Vasquez 110 --tron 1i1
10---Pavera B. Aguirre 110 -Rates p, 1-2

Of M edals At Cam p Perry 4th IRae. " Native 4114 p : r.t5 Peel is : ee** : 3:7 ,.
SMembers of the United States In the Service Rifle National 1-Con Valor II A. Vas. 110 -Not good enoughh 1B- I.r-
Arnmy Cp'.-h:enn Rifle nd Pistol Championship and In the expert 2-Cameatlno 0. Oraell 118 -Retarns ftrM I off 10 -1 .
teams n-rnaged to gain a fair class of rapid fire with the serv- 3-Marfl C. Chong 105xic-AMpatently' mtaE -1- -
share of t:ie medals at the Na- ice rifle. His other medal win- 4-Tilln Tlin V. Brolsn 11bx25-z tl iUa tr M *l 1 R. -. ''
tlonl) Mtrches st en d e d at! ning performances were a 4th 5-Electron A. GoIL 17x-z-14 1 Ib I 1' '0 b
Camp Perry. Ohio. The local, olace in the Scott Trophy Match. 6--uego B. Aguirre 115 -JBnded bewmn t ak x
tepTs vere competing in the' tenth in the Service Weapon dl- 7-Mersa Matru O. CMet. 11 on~o seore at will 1-5
ma'ehes for the first time since vision and llth In the expert 9-Avlvato F, HldaL 105 -Seem nst beat b-1 -
19". c7 l~.l of the President's Match.
!?'87t Maurice Belisle. 13d, Swim placed In the award Not*-Fuego rueas t of beiff.
Ip antry. captured the only first group in five different matches
p!"ce Priong the local shooters, with the olstol as lie won see- .
HIrev-r. 1st Lt. Charles Swim ord third. fourth and seventh 5th Race "C" Native I gPa'.rsenoM IN 0 ali 11: li .,'
10th MPs. and M/Sot James. places in the matches entered to . .
UIley. Sperial TroopS. were the receive five medals as-did Bailey 1-RIqul B. Agule 113 -=ae l baig at3Ar
rest consistent shooters and with tpe rifle. 2-Dpon Ja je 3. .3.e.13-WID lI116
'eaBtr'-ed the most medal-earn-] Other award wf iem wlt the 3-La Lob 'J. B o 8118 -Th d *e m I .'.''"- ,
Ir n'-tes. nolstol incler'ed Oapt. Wayne 4---Winsab F. ldli. 108 -.L -1 r
-' oe look the first place l'rlnion. USIACARIB School. 5--Annie N A. Mena 110 5 101.4 Afl t
ied pl In the Any Center Fire 11th and 12th place finishes: .
*Tied Fire M"ch with the 22,M'Pgt Michael Wolchick. 65th Note-RiqOl ran o t of bet n *
caliber pistol The Inrantry ser-! AA Grotto. with a seventh sel
geant has been rpcoo.rr-d as one Ilare: and Capt. Lawrence Bu-
of the too pistol nlercanrs on: lp"'kv of the Antilles with a 6th Race "H" Imported 64 Fgb.Par e:mM0A i Me: g25
the Isthmus since the r'pnarture 14th nlaclng. .F it *a e of 1 1th I I
of M/Sat Huelet "Joo" Bennerl Riflemen rerelving awards. 1-fHenry Lee O. CastI. 118 -ft's b atb 2-1
the world and Olvmri- ace who, othe- than Bailey. included Capt. 2-(Pebetero A. UbidLa 110 -eWill mo 2-1 e
rw- stationed with Pe'irle Che fer Hartman. 408th Ord- -i V. Ca 11
-lt'ey. "-inrer of tl- USAq- ---ce. with an 18th place: Pfc 3-RintyV Ca. 11 -1-1 t
C RIR rifle chamt onshin. r-, To. Earhart of the Antilles wth --Blak Bull 3. Ph 110 -
tined to so-w b- siler'nO't.' 61'h no'vp award: Sfte John 5-Lady Martha J. Bravs 116 -
ov.- theP lo'l r *rmenp as he ~y-ri TTFRC4RIB hrbool.'with 6-Pincelazo A. Vas. 120 I-21
captured [fie r'- d ri, third n'- : and 1st Lt. Jay 7e B A
Pp-rv rec nti'-., P .-- -...h, 33d Infantry, with a 12th "-.
marks were third lace hnalris r'-ce. 7th Race "G" Importel 7 Fr. t
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2---alante II A. Phil. 115 -U 10-1
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4-Cambist Julio Rodrl. 118
5-Alabarda J. Samanlego 115 r-1
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1-Pints R. Guerra 105zl -1
2-Pincel C. Igle. 106 nl -1
3-TUlama Mena R. 97x $-1
4-Cradle Song M. Gue. 108rt -1
5-Interlude J. Gon. 97xMe 10-1
S --Dalida P F. Hidal. 108 --r t n

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I-Great Game A. Vas. 115 i li
2-Piropo II F. Rose 116 5**1
3--Pi. Pon J. Bravo 115 -1 l 3-1
4-Jaquimazo B. Aguirre 116l t2-
5-Valey .ver F. HidaL 11 8-1
6-(HIuUy Laas C. Igle. 109 --1
7--Newminster V. Casti. 11l -4 -I
8--Quo Vadi Jullo Rodri. 110 -Psrle -1

10th Rce "D" Imported 1 MUPile Pt.. eeln : 5:40
1-Turf Lodge F. Hidal. 100 l.11
2-My Dear V. Castl. 114 I-
3-Sanluquefio J. Cado. 115 10-1
4-Verticordia A. Mena 112 -1
5--Pancho F. B. Aguirre 113 -- 2-1
6-Booteh Chum A. Vas. 110 15-1
7-Flambaro J. Bravo 118 --Bfe .. S-1
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a_. l..rew .n ,,ee 1s 219 $ : were entitled. thu h regretl itfully, r could be no exar sthttg

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....'E AM S ft be present wt hY "--'-
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S0 000 re more or n e jotly owned) parilthet gowin their imto
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S. A eeve sele w d tti d a7 M lit the a da y .W do e t ft c e .
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Committee. gr ip" to isue a bia th WIN lbadf
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Aiv et Toea teix 0e t wrxme i w ece in the Jlo Club museum. th-money
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NICO SIA, Cyprus, Sept. 11
(UP)- Thousands of red-eyed
inhabitants gingerly picked their
Way back to rubbled homes to-
day after waiting fearfully In
fields during the night for fur-
ther earthquakes that failed to
materialize.


Three British warships sped
toward the eastern Mediter-
ranean island carrying badly-
needed tents and blankets for
Upwards of 100 persons injur-
ed when devastating shocks
sent several villages tumbling
into ruins late Wednesday and
yesterday.
An estimated 40 persons died
under falling debris or in the
yawning crevasses which open-
ed in streets and fields.
The Royal Navy said the de-
stroyer Saintes was expected to
reach the port of Limassol, the
island's second largest city, ear-
ly today with relief supplies. The
aircraft carrier Theseus was due
late today or tomorrow morn-
ing.
Thp nuakp hit hardest in the


TWENTY-EIGMHH TEAR.


PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, SEPT EMBER 11, I ... -


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"Let the people knoeb the truth wdlthe country is mnf ~ -Aaham Linspla.


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WASHINGTON, Sept. 11 (UP)I
-Union leaders today took thel
resignation of Labor Secretary
Martin P. Durkln as a signal for t
open political warfare with the.d
Elsenhower administration over
revision of the Taft-Hartley law.
They predicted that any at-
tempt by President Elsenhower t
to heal the breach by bringing h
another union leader into his a
cabinet will be rebuffed.
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Paphos area of southeastern Administration sources said ;
Cyprus. There whole villages it is unlikely that Mr. Eisen- i
were flattened. Hundreds of shower will even try to make f
dwellings were wrecked, as were peace with labor in that fash- I
many churches and larger build-i ion. They said he has been a
Wings. urged'by key White House ad- t
The British Army and Royal visers to go outside the ranks
Air Force helped civilian au- of organized labor to find a 1
thorities clear away the rubble.l successor to Durkin.
provide food and tents for the Durkin, president of the AFL
h less. and try to get a clear Plumbers union and the only l
picture of the casualties. Democrat in the Eisenhower cab- a
Inet, resigned yesterday with an *
angry blast at administration p
Rescue Operation handling of the Taft-Hartley re-
vision issue.
He accused White House aides
May Have Saved of welshing on an "agreement"
to throw administration support -
Yo g Seaman' L behind' a slate of 19 changes he
Y ung Saman Lg had proposed In the labor-man-
agement law.
A young Norwegian seaman Union leaders have been In-I
whose right thigh was badly cut creasingly doubtful in recent
by a cable was still on the se- months that the Republican ad-
riously ill list at Gorgas Hospital ministration would support the
today. He was brought in yester- kind 6f Taft-Hartley changes
day by a rescue plane. they want. .
The 17-year-old seaman, Sev- But as long as Durkin re-
in H. Johansen, who Is a deck gained in the cabinet to fight
hoy aboard the 8.S. Brarena, a backstage bAttle for labor's
was injured while the ship was peint'of view, they pulled their
about 180 miles out of Balboa. punches in public attacks on
According to doctors today. It the administration's stand.
has not been found necessary to President Elsenhower accept-
amputate the badly lacerated ed the resignation "with deep re-
leg. great effective immediately.
The ship-to-shore rescue be- He was the first member of!
gmn at 9:45 yesterday morning the official family toqult.
VWhen an Albrook SA-16 amphib- Durkin submitted his resigna-
lan from the 26th Rescue Squad- tion Aug. 31; and Mr. Elsenhow-
ran took off. Rough seas how- er accepted It yesterday.
ever. prevented the plane from Dhrkin supplied the reasons at'
landing, and it had to follow the a hastily summoned news con-i
ship for about two houts before ference.
finding a spot which would per- He said he felt that "an agree-,
mtta landing. ment" had been reached within
The patient was prepared for White House aides on 19 amend-i
the transfer by raft from the ments he suggested for improv-
lat to the plane by Flight Sur- ing the Taft-Hartley labor-
gon Maj. Paul E. Langelier. al- management law. However, he
though Johansen had already said, the administration failed to
been treated by the ship's doc- support the proposals.
tor. Durkin emphasized t h a t
The rescue plane landed at Al- White House assistants, whom
brook at 4 p.m., where a Oorgas he did net Identify rather
Hospital ambulance, carrying than the President himself,
maygen and blood for a transfu- had prompted his decision. He
on was waiting, said Mr. Eisenhower was not a


party to his agreement with
the assistants.
But Durkin said that when
he showdown came, the Presi-
lent aided with the assistants.
Durkin also made cleat that he
,ave Mr. Eisenhower an oppor-
unity to change his mind yes-
erday morning, o ly a few
ours before his resignation was
announced.
Durkin said "I would not.have
had to resign" if Mr. Elsenhower
had reversed his position.
It was the first resignation
rom Mr. Eisenhower's cabinet.
t came less than eight months
after the new administration
ook office.
Durkin said Mr. Eisenhower
had asked him to stay pn. But
he said he told the President of
his unalterable position on the
raft-Hartley amendments and
advised him that he wanted to
return to my old position" as
president of the AFL Plumbers
Jnion.
Durkln'sC a Ippntment never
has set wel, with the O
Guard eatH.t of the Re .


ican party and hs bean view-
ed Just as ecdticfly- .otAbh-
ern Democrats.
The late 9Se. R i tlat,
co-author of the d law,
summed up thi reQ 'when
he denounced rprise
appointmntt last irpier as
"Incredible."
Durkin had vob for .Demo-
crat Adlal E. tMifon in the
presidential elee Ia4d, like
most other union. leads, had
demanded outrtt repeal of the
Taft-Hartley 1..
He dropped thlmdemand after
takto over te. o post, but
he left no that he wanted
more drastil than either
the adminlstrlttln of OOP con"
greasional leatles' w e ready to
ptesa for.
Democrats poalted out pri-
vately that urkin had been
stymied Ip his ef To6rts to
strength the LAh br ,Dep at-
ent, w through the refusal
of C0nti to gruat all the
fuhnde tought-neqesary iF
; BttTaf^ rgluttl] r Wast


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po tleal capital of the
Which will rank a a
ue lan the 1954 cong

Taft. co-author of the


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- Britain burl" spla
,led by Communts1 _
Rang Kong's HaPPl
A*ery today before
helm and br6uI 4 1 l

' The Ban
uth, Leadiask
Cleaver, left thea'a
Ital bed where he mr
with severe to fa tW
the bright-grgee awwwt1 1
taian and admirala'a~s
fla-dr. ped -iked w6 1
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YOUNG EISENHOWER RELAXES M-. Johb bfbhower and
his wife, Barbara, take It easy In their Sa Pranlio hotel M ..
Eisenhower, who has Jubt returned fromaKore i to tak as
"loafing trip" down the California coast before to Denvir
to see his father, President *IUenhower.
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