The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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PeOUNoUs v NICIHE ON eutGVUA No 1, 1mu s'"
TF. LPO TRa PANAM NO 2-0740 15 LiNatlel And,
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-to INY. .i ADVANC *.70 9Sa SM
0 s*E MONTHS. IN 4DVANCEr- S o 100
V"0 ONE AR. EIN ADVANCE Es *o 00 B y VIOWr '
which are played here by "ft-
Sking Farouk" and tax-dodgitg
IE MA I A American movie actors, some 1
,THE MA IL BOrA honaregivinguptneir U. S.
citizenship, you can ilnd a long -
S- u string of mysterious concrete
The Mail Box s ean open forum for reedei o The Penems AmeW. gurebolhousedt. Other metal door *
kcm. Letten are received retifully and ere handled i wholly arebolted to subht.errnhese are the
e entrances to subterranean .m-
dediel meaner. munitions dumps which we have "
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient itf RI ** esn't appem helped the Italpan governhaven.,
seat day. Letters ere published in the order received. set up for an emergency fight\
Plsn try to keep the letters limited to oee p ge lenagt. on an invader from the nearby
identity Of letter writers is held in strictest confidente. ea.
This newspaper assumes no Mespeosibilit fe et*lememsh opialemi lil's my guess this anmmo will
pressed in letters from mosesn -never be ubca because the enemy
o already is eflectiveAy behind
the lines. And neither the Ital-
LET THE CHITS FALL lan government nor the pnulti-
million dollar U. 8. "informa-
Colon lion" or propaganda service is
6ir: doing anything effectively to
beat down the internal enemy
I would like this to be a sort of open letter to the Strangers olicnsive against us, and Ia.-
Glub at Colon. an democracy.
This Club is a fine Institution of lone standing, and it cer- a' -
tainly would be a pity to see its door close permanently. The 11/ the rest of the seventy or
announced Intention of the secietary-treasurer to publish, on the eighty million dollars tw.'re
17th of this month, the names and amounts owing by delinquent spenuanga oi tne ed sates .
members is an excellent one and should result in a sufficient In- i njo, maLion Service is *
Ilux of money to permit the club to pay all current obligations. blown as fulilely as it is in
However. in order that the club maintain It's respect and dignity. Italy, u.'d do better to spend
the published list should be complete in every respect. A number a, on guns and sabotage mat-
of ears ago it was common knowledge that certain influentlai eriel to be dropped to our
members who owed considerable amounts did not have their real pliends behind Athe ron
names posted. whereas other members, who possibly forgot to pay I Curtain.
a single months dues,. had the embarrassment of having their I here a United States In-
names posted on the bulletin board as delinquent accounts,. formation Library for exampeyi.
Not only should the club carry out it's intention of publish- just a fev noors down from my
ina the names, but the list should be complete, regardless of who notel. For the most part, it has
owes what and regardless of their official or social positions In been empty of readers. On tne
the community. outside there is a tiny photo-
Im sure your readers will agree that an incomplete list of graphic exhibit, four or live
Uhs nature would be unfair and unethical to say the least and pictures on baseball, including ....
Ian also sure that if the club fails to publish the list as announc- Lhe Dodgers' Roy 1Campanella.
ed. the Club will be defeating its own purpose because In future My labor Irlends, who've been
cases nobody will oy any attention to such notices. showing me Italy's Insides, JuaS
Thanklna you for the space granted this letter. I remain, nowlec when tley saw It.
They pointed out that Itall
Yours truly. is a lana. mad about soccer arnd ia e k T
2-Tear Member bicycling. Baseball is as strange
here as cricket on an American By.P te,.6
sandlot. "
LET US TALK WITH THE ANALYST Then my labor people took 0'
me down to a theatre Just off
Ft. Davis. C. Z. tne Piazza Venezia (over which -Oq-(NlCA)- M 9 b
Bir: hangs Mussolini' old balcony). dor Ch-tarl B.. & M
In tnat theatre, for some years lto rently for coat tplot i th te .
I would like the Adjutant General USARCARrB to Investigate now the Communists have been DeDar'ne ~at, he&vo s .
why the analyst does not interview each employee personally. In- running something 'called the trying to tiutlte .0on
siead he only consults supervisors of each department who in Circolo Charlie Chaplin. Each tions.e f thek ~aan u
turn tell him what each employee does. Sunday morning, tnls Charlie and atck to
In so doing the supervisor builds up his duties most of which Chaplin movie club, and thou- In iof this la
are being done by a local-rater whom he supervises, and not by. sanas like it throughout Italy, ident.. howner fW ral 1
himself. He then reduces the local-rateir's duties which renders shows free movies. First on the cello0' 11i' n .--
im unchanged. featured will always Is, a low e that W Zar
Yours. grade U. S.- gangster film, or rapt 'eL W l
A Dissatisfied Local-Rater one of our old cowboy and In- in. Alf Maigl' e.a]Ull
aian pictures, min which the Red- co er of'Nortl A Tel~ ty .Op
men die by the leathered thou- Europe, told a aitt.thA
WHAT SEX HURRilOAMNE sal4Ws s by ..*
Ts is fonlo4id by' 't .aIem -
mentary Hilm irom Ruaist lon rs out, to as
It Is with the fear of being exacerbated to Ahblow-out ,.ae peaceful, bucolic, Just revealing kiteM rtis .3' H
'that I look forward td the name of the tIrd n 4lwq tou"i a, land of milk and honey. Then B Siet 1 're ader wr G
rAlice" then "Barbara" why must feminine names repesenttbM some movie ,director, or local to the o parik pre
violent disturbances. actor, gets up and says that Db lan ato l ee w fat
It occurs to me that after a period of ci p feral male there you have the U. n without led astray by r .
is more apt to outburst In storm tha nis tJsms. the U.S8.R Lake your choice. oanda in t.
With the hope that all future hurrica*Ia will be harmlessly Week after week. Compare A lot oft lgs can be t
inlld and that to avoid a rebellion against female names may we that. with our tour baseball Just as litLorUait, s 2
suggest for the next hurricane we call It "Cristlne." oraphs under glass, comrn- statement hat, "the United Sa A m a- .
utitel ignoot* by the people opoly in the production of the in h.
Yours truly of Rome. either."
Caroline Regardie" of the rightne"a & ni .-jr
The Soviet pgitation-spop- that abatement, the speech-d
agandists, .huve iM of Ilaiy, ou' and am that RusasAd sclep a12
-maost01 iu ope, intap. quleg- H-bomb or |ad a plane to dellS ft In
ly laughing at us. A I speak ajinm t the United State. The enkov a
as one who doesn't want our In this regard be
international aid and prop-, y nt s on th.
aganda prograins lashed-l f t i
just want to see our million o we nle Rssilan b
(CET AL used eth ectivey. of -the Iprea h6is v was on

| our Anti-Communist labor lead- turt an defense tt r
TODAY er here, oIr example, naves O alnd t andculturol cotv
ER CW ~ IW IT evidence oi Italian industrial bethwins action r covers f r
Presents: porate or personal income taxes. In mltti1y reserves and develo of albp t
PstX1nat can easily be checked. It's Wea i poi.
true. Lat ear'a allowance for thesq "aot. C e At.
'ne. busla;essmen simply say dltuat was only 43 billion ruble. .iy' I
________. --. .. 4 let the United States oalauce per t 1 IrcreASOe in this item s18 1m0 d" a me l
our budget. Then they turn Snt.n-- .
E T A a.uut anu no millions oi dollars I -----'thee figures into;llaa1s
TR L. Technicolor Week-End Release! worth of business with the en- cult of he fluctuating e 6wW r
| Utire Soviets world and have -" .
JOHN PAYNE DONNA REED, in Koreaon tW thouil the
SJust a lew days ago, for .ex-
ample, the authorities, then un
Ider. ex-Premier De n-spe1, a
..*'- Imighty good friend of the U. S8-Li
Intercepted a shipment of seven '
tons oe vital and it ribly scarce
-n ni tlflckel at the irontler point of .
Nickel, in fact, is so scarce, it J CAO IS IN MI5
ia doled out to Italy from an lm a to Harry Tr.
Anglo-American stockpile for in the ba president of the
SUQ special construction ,oik. Di-s. the A' e', CIO and
appearance of seven tons woud riam: $180 O's per annum,p
.. have meant thc stalling of vital penDe a t. When: Next
B | rehabilitation projects on which UI t COnrelal eIe
sU. 8. money l being spent by "' There'w, M.
SYet some Italian industrialists whoe uam, bers of the.
simply took the s.uff and trans- acqu re shortly
Shipped it as they have nougimq 't would ape
thousands of tons of other vitalrot -
ce metals, machinery and fabricat- .
ed equpment paid foe by the *

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TeMsa WriIht Aida VaNl, they take
MacDMaM Carey. la Amedee Namui, ,abuatnq

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FIRST TICKETS President Joe A. Beames buys the first tiekets te the "Gad W il.,l3
be sponsored at the Ual Club ft. lby the Inter-Amereiat Women's .Ckd's e Mteot A
sands committee. Seen selling the duste to the president aMe: Mrs. Angela Gmluae
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Evergreen Club
Plans Fashion
Show October 11
The Pacific Evergreen Garden
ClUb Is planning a fashion show
at the Pacific Clubhouse for Oct.
In the adult division there will
be.modeling in four categories:
ealnWtwear. sports wear, cock-
tll and business wear. Teqnagers
l compete In arty wear,
hol clothes and play clothes.
smaller children model par-
ty, school and play dresses.
An added attraction to the
fashion show will be a display
of harr-dos.
tsveyn Waton, president
Zt the ejub, has announced that
;9440ew A be awarded tp the
W.a te models and designers.
Add Trivia
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Talk about a patient's patience.
#s Jher hospital bed, a woman
nMte,the.aos in the acous-
l an&h e selling of Roe0s
SU. Th were 4 ,00.

Mrs. Jones worked hard to
have a nlca party. But she took
the edge off her hospitality by
apology for everything all
event 'long. The meat wasn'
tender lusuAL abe was araid
her gueats eaNt c6mfortablo.
The ving room was the warmest
room In the bouse.
If yra want to put youer guests
at O.e dmnt make s inn a-
pologies they spend & time wig. ,L t you
arb wrong.

Father Mcvfff ;
Back InLa o. I
After Furiouh
Holy commas Swill br
minitlered at St. 0f~hal cs w
La Booe. tomorrow aml, a g
the Rev. John 8. McDKfae,.
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day fAem s month ftulsulhI
in Vol=oa. -
Celebration of the tmohareis
begins at 7 a.m.. and wIl ib
choral, with sermon by thu
Services following are mini
at 10 am., to be conducted bY
Herbert L. Moore. lay reader .ad
evensong 7:30 p.m., at whi h m
other McDutfle will be offitc .
and preacher.
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plagued to introdbe ren.
course St Itracta to tS pS4
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On Thursday afternoon j
Woman's Aulary Wil o
food sale in the sh bl
starting 4 o'clock

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Crops, Paper Says Back To School'
BERLIN. Aug. 15 (UP The WASHINGTON. Aug. 15 (UP)
U.S. High Commission news- Secretary of Labor Martin P.
paper Neue Zeitung reported to- Durkin today urged parents to NEW 1
' day the Soviet army is being encourage their teen-age chil-
used to harvest food crops in' dren to give up summer jobs and S.S. "C
East Germany return to school In the fall. S.S. "1
The newspaper said thie food Durkin said that last year 20 S.S. I'
was in danger of rotting on the per cent of the nation's 16-and S.S. "1
ground .because of the shortage' 17-year-olds failed to return to S.S. "'
of farm hands. Thousands of school after taking summer jobs.
East Germans have fled to "This Is a serious problem." he
haven in the West. said. -Young people are lured, Pssen
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Inunlst campaign to recruit "vol- fail to really that 'by not finish-
unteer farm laborers" from ing their education now. they
housewives, youths. city workers' jeopardize future earnings andi S.S. "1
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lkalf.i had failed Durkin noted that every year
S Nea Zeit.ung said the Red of ,c.giqong end8 to crease
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Failure of the harvest w"ald *d .
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food. !About, one-halt tter'
000. iterlng West Drfus'i-
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thronrh +.omnmunist blocm '., aS urgingg
to ante? thV city. vwn. from
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stopped, -. tbe ov~y afnid-inlettdanger
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The wM l of M Be Dos Weleh, b guhter of Mr. and 3n.
Morris WO o f OGatgs, took W is ,lfao Ch roe of Our Lady
of the Miraealemw Medal at 7;iM e't laeht e vefft.
The ceremony, performed by was celebrate with a lunch
the Rev. John Tumulty C. M., eon Tbiraday t the Hot
was In the presence of mem- Washlangto.
bers of the family' and clobe The poung .eWsts were tl
friends. Misses Teresrs d Itaquel V

The bride wore a white swiss
organdy gown over a white
foundation of white taffeta. It
was fashioned with a semi-fit-
ted bodice having h sweetheart
neckline, puff sleeves and
skirt was waltz length. Her
only Jewelry was a string of
pearls. She wore a corsage of
white gardenlas.
Mrs. Joseph Dietrick. Matron
of Honor was her sister's onlyW
attendant. She wore a frock of
white organdy trimmed with
eyelet organdy and styles
along the, ame lines as that
of the bride. She carried a
bouquet of red roses.
The best mat was Sgt. Philip
The couple will leave later
In the Fall to reside at White-
fish Bay, Wisconsin.
The bridegroom Is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. E. Russell Nel-
son, of Whitefish Bay, Wiscon-
sin. le Is a graduate of Rufus
King High School in Milwau-
The bride is a graduate of
Crtobal High School Class of

Visitor Returned
To Home In New York
Mrs. Doris Hart of New York
City left today by plane for
her home. She has been a vis-
itor here for four months, the
house guest of her cousins. Mr.
and Mrs. Fabian V. Pinto of
Colon. Mrs. Hart was enter -
tained extensively by other
members of the family who
reside In Panama, and shown
the interesting places in the
Kalser Basan Vacationing
In The United States
Kaaer Buan, son of the Ma-
yor of Colon and Mrs. Jose D.
Bazan is enjoying a vacation
In the United States. He Is
visiting In Sew York and will
return in a few weeks by the
way. of New. Orleans.
Vanes Bamsal Celebrates
lrtbday With Lmbuceon
llthe foetteeth Ulrthday ah-
niersary of Vanessa Basan.
daughter of the Mayor of Co-
lon and- Mgc. Jose D. Bazan

first gtay t Imad!e hLbe b
bklpins In dino" I
signal 7o yw 10 kht action
and do somndbug dsout ob.
mining lowelg., natural-
lo aMng w hiftolor! So
relax and leIt Roux ake
over! For a Shaym-
eb Tit ,ft.Wfa dullc
even TtiBImeii or dull


ga, Carmen ,and iVanalta Po-
rres, Nulleko Blevaraci, San-
dra Metta, Matitt Jaea, Judith
Henriquez. Tanara Leon, Maria
Tagaropuklo, LeAl Oonzales,
Marltza Gregoire. Mar cell a
Leignadler, Loretta .Hlrachfeld,
Goldle Hatli, Marclana Alveo,
Pituva De La strleUlla and
Babita Bentuor.
Cocktail Party Aboard
Frech Liner
The Consul of France and
General Agent of the French
Line in Cristobal, was host for
a cocktail party recently aboard
the French liner "Tahatien"
making the return trip of her
maiden voyage from New Ca-
ledonia, Tahiti and Australia.
The guests for the occasion
Included the Captain of the
Port of Cristobal, Captain W.
S. Parsons, the Governor of
Colon, Jose Maria Gonzalez,
the Mayor of Colon, Jose D.
Bazan and others. The Master
of the vessel is Captain Roger
Peisseire. The boat is en route
to the home port, Marseille,

Visitors Returning
To Georag
Miss Annette Perry who has
been visiting Commander and
Mrs. Boulder Hudgins of Co-
co Solo, for a week returned
to her home in Columbus,
Georgla, by plane today. Mrs.
Hudgins' sister, Miss Carolyn
Hall, who is also a visitor, will
remain until the end of Aug-

No-b Luea -i N..or
Mrs. Helen Myers
The ladies of the -office
force of. the Inp.ustrial -Bresau.
Mount Hope, complimented
Mrs. Helen Myers, a member
of the force, with a luncheon
at the Washington Hotel Tues-
day noon.
Mrs. Myers, accompanied by
her husband will leave 'the
Isthmus within a short timely
to reside in Freeport, Pennsyl-
Those in attendance at the
luncheon included Mrs. Doro-
thy Montayne, Mrs Mildred
Smith, Mrs. Violet Freker, Mrs.
Margaret Ptterson, Mrs. Ida
Doyle, Mrs. Sapl MaeKeown,
Mrs. Dorothy Hanners and Mrs.
Gertrude Kuter.
A gift of a silver dish and
crystal 1ahefet. ga s Was
psented "t* fro-


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The soft. feminine look e t
latest fashions wt be echoed
in your new, graceful Hak
Come in now. let "our expert
beauticians help you to.'new
Balboa 3477

For uk In your law m i racy or hardware stwe

Lontay Beauty Pador
TeL 3-46 Central Ave. 1n

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at the meeagf. It w
ed at ttia meeting that W
erid dIh supper 'weOld.
held Sunday August 2rL
comnmtt cha ge of.
supper is iMs. eoftI. Jj
Mrs. Anne Bernlicki,M ,.
Ann Jayrol, Mrs. Janet
niff and Mrs. Betty MoCr
The SBew n grop
Wednesday at 7:00 pJ.s fori
remainder of the momAt ,
sew for the needy, at the J.b.o
t Mrs. Arlene Carter.
The hostesses for the-ifth*
Ing were Mrs. Isabel Weled
Mrs. Mina Wright, Mrs.. Fam
Barham and Mrs. Anne BW*
nick. The prices awarded dOr"
ing the social hour were was
by Mrs. Jeanne Ryan,
Mina Wright and Mrs. BeI

C.D.A. Will Hold
Day of ResHeetlon
The mewibers of the Catholi
Daughters of America will hold'
their annual Day of Recollec.
tlon tomorrow. The*celebratloi
will start with the 7 a.n. msa
aA. end with benediction at
S p.m.
All ladles of the_ peash an
Invited to attend. Those wha
attend for the full oei*r
tion have been request to
bring their lunches.


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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our office inN'N 57 "Ii Staiu-- Panama .
No. 12,179 Central Ave. lon

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No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 1-2291. and (en vella vaThent mds.) 10.059 M e. I.V-Phone 255. C

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Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza' Phone 2-3199 Phone l 47tM

Household Automobiles n,. i" e ~el. OCensideo AuI
-rW 1Akehelim Amm0emote. e e lore BoM 435
SALE: One Servel kerosene. FOR SALE:-1947 Old:mobile hy- 20 -- Aece C. 3C. Pnome 3-1877'C 3
-rqfr' orator. 2 Engl:h bicycles dramatic, excellent condition. Coil
Sr Cba Av r l ment D homas. Navy 25 37200 DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. J-us" s o nbel d pll s
S Rado Station For Fan. Finonce can Central Avenue "K" Street car- i i COOL,
,IUe be arrange ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama. rPhone. SHar o
SFreh Maruetry Tabe. atqu a FCR SALE.-1950 Studebaker. Ex.- THOMAS ENGRAVING:-Trrhiea,
TIt Top Table. Coffee Tcb@e, Tier cellent cond-iion, 16000 miles Jewelry enprevimus, name plates. Grantlich -e StW",aw "
Table. 44th Street No. 17, up-1 low down payment. liberal telms Il5thknd 'G" St. West Na. ,93. i c.leric
sTai4r ____Str t NPhrone Curunrdu .5245. r,, rab ; 4.T ,
:FOR Piano in F3R SALE:-Oldsmobile 88. 1951. don't e to b e t em' Sw Ln-s R
excellent condition. $W00 00. Tel- wth hydromatc. Good ties, good er o our wn house. We e of- 2 bed I pue,
p h o ntten C al-2" f t r .3 0 e r o f y o u r c w n h o u se W e aore o f- r2 b e c o le
Sephone 2--472 condition. Call 83-3197 after.30 fearing you this opportunity. A cornm- Jrang. b .pt
SFOR SALE Vanit, dresser, ch, plete furnished tour bedroom R-ends -
i longer, modern. Beautyrest Sm-' FOR SALE-S1.425.00 takes a 1951 chalet with garden and a Hillman Fosger's Cott"a O a t
* mons mattress 2 modern oval Fcrd Victoria. two tcne. radio, seat 53 in the garage for only $8.00. Santa Clamr. Phqne 1SO .
choas No 9. 44th Street apart- covers undercoated Perfect mecho- You can also win a Morris convert-
Sment 4. Phone 6 to 9 p. m nical condition. -Low mileage able or a Morris Minor. Just call FOR R T
SPhone Kobbe 6276 Panama. 3-1233 or visit our of-
Sfrgeralor 2; cOce .-1h Decp FOR SALE -50 Oldsmobile 6. Hy- fce at thew St. The chalet can
Free:e. Ce Broadl..:",,m Friez-i dramatic, radio, custom seataco- be isp t .,te ,hltn youwi
rug x"' o20. Hout. 8030-A cra.. an excellent buy $1,07500 be inspected any time you wsh. FOR RENT: Modern cha l, two
e r.- o323 h I 5083-A Diablo Hgis 2-329. It is located on 50th and 12th St. bedrooms, mod's oom Esp-
Marar.I phone 3- A i -32. an Francisco s No. 2024, Miguel phornne
FOR SALE -Duty Free 1950 Met 3-4644.
FOR SALE -T o 8' by 10' gra: cu.ry. Sport Sedan, FoIr Doors, in ----
rugs, one metal che. of drer excellent condition. 51.300. Tel FOR FOR RENT.-Furnished idc
m*^ etal^ che--y of dia FOR SALE FOR T
o %o..noen Valonce. one coucii Panama 3-0010, Fred During. Bella Vista, 3 bedrooms, both
.'h three n lo srd c a, ed, FOR SALE.-1948 Pntic Stream- sellaneou rooms mid's room, g b'ne
-grd thee P sed "ewod lier8.iR Fn c Ex- 3-009 3-3288,
blinds. 10 Venetian binds .wil nr t co o, .eyramg od x- ACCORDION, 120 bass. Excellent. FOR RENT--Chalet, East 43'St. No.
gron-elevotor t.-pe house, up and 800. Cali Balboa 2-1501. House Cost over $200 00, sell for $125. 52 $150.00 monthly. Enquire
down and cottage. Two mahog-n 1 Cia G I0 Rd 00. Call 82-2272. building odjoining.
end tables. one bamboo table. 3 1549-E. Gavlan Rdo
eond 3be wicer bobo tobh cudFOR SALER -E:-AKC registered- Coct r
lanips. 3 wicker chairs cuh.' FOR SALE--1951 Dodge 4 Door Cpaniel pups. 2 males, I femaleAFOR RENT
Jon one night tob;e. one kitchenI Seoan. dut free. Call Panama 3- artery 8-B, Albrook AFB or crl
table with three chairs, one exira 3748 86-4123. Apartnient r iio
quartermaaler chair. cre leather SALE- 95 nti ac8 C lindr, ----86-412.3. A p-ar tm tsE
bar char. one bamboo bar wA.,h C e 49 Poacr.ylnxe r PANAMA CANAL COMPANY OF- ATTENTION G. I, furnihhed modern
bar chair, one b bare C hifttarn 4 or. De Luxe, radio,I
four stocls. Call after 4 00 p m heater W-S-W tires. 5.000 miles FERS EMPTY SACKS FOR SALE o"e. two-three bedroam ert-
Phone 3-1725, New CH.rtcoal o366 ew Jersey tax paid 541.-A Sealed bids for opening in public rnnt. Hot, cold water. Call 3-
and 6th. St. R F. Huldqu t Jr JMn trt Ba will be received .until 3.00 p. m. 4.il1.
__"___"_--__ g street, olbo C. Z 5 Ic.
F --Mango street Blbo. 8 september 1. 1953, in Ite office
FCR SALE -1 Hc5 loves for 4 famI y 8 p m of the General Manager, Commis- FOR'RENT:-2 bedreum aportment,
a apartment. House 1410- FOR SALE -1952 Mercury Monte r- sary Division, Mt. Hope, Canal 56500. Must buy furniture. No.
P e -ey Fordor, radio. Light blue with Zone, for empty rice, potato, dairy 9, 44th Street, Apt. 4. From 4 to
FOR SALE -Porcelan refrigerator. blue plastic uphoktery and heater feed, and other sacks. Invitation 9 p. m.
$35. Q. M. bed mattress & springs try me with an offer. I'm leaving No. 4, which lists in detail the FOR RENT:-Furnlshed aplartMent
$10. Porch swing. $5. Workbencn! and must sell. Curundu 7294. various quantities and sizes of Including9 gs stove ond.refir.
3. Bamboo and icer settess alable may be obtained oatr, to responsible tenant, r-
c5i3. Bambsc. ends. Telephone 2- FordomaLic Ford See at 1579- from the office of t e Supply and able Americans, at El Dprado
24. ,. ,ers. elehne For phone 2-2958 after 4 Service Director, telephone 2-2678 Building third floor, Coale Juan I.
B r- o ---- e 4 m or 2-1825. or the office of the Sosa No. 22. Call Panama 3-0990'
_OR SALE--Mirror 18" x 601'. S15. FOR SALE.-1949 "Pontac" 2 General Manager, Commisaory between 9 to 12 A. M. and 1:30 M.aA.
00, tob:e. steel, black top 30" x dar sedan. very good condition. Division. telephone 3-2674. to 5 9. M. "
42*. $12 C. stool. kitchen. roind., bargain prie with payment fac- ALMOST NEW General Electric roast- FOR R'cTu.-Furnisd 2 bdroom ll
$3 00: collee table drop leaf $4 -: itreF. May be seen at Almacen:s
00 a;e enm e 2'C\ meo m 7 30 to 12 noon & rusd once. RCA radio record ap rthtea l iTeatemr n. ... .
00 rran rl e. Kenmore vc Rcmero from 7 30 to 12 noon & player, cabinet model, 3 speed for t'_ couples. Cell r-159 ,.
$40 o00o ur regulator paint de V.l- 1.30 to 5 Pm Phone palboa 3677. After 4:00O Er o 1
B r, $12.CC: plate glass for desk I A Balboa 2187. FOR RET:-Luxrious 3-badroomn
5-16" x lb" x 36"'.$4.; 3chaors FOR SALE AMA Aortm unfurnishd, frl I y
wicker w tn a.rtoom pads. ex. cond WPANAMA CANAL COMPANY screen, cool, in best sat4ibe o G
S.8.00 each, 5 cedar plywood pan- M lntorwc eg OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS FOR.SALE 1ell,.VVfta. Phone 3-2498.
els. fits open 4ouvres on 2 bed- Y' Sealed bids., for operil in public, FOR RE .
room pario type house 191., x FOR SALE-Cushman Scooter. House will be received until TO3 A O. M. RE. f Ts-MC.e
36'. 520.CO 2 chairs Rattan, oc- 5754-A. Sibert St. Diablo. $90.00. August 25. 1953, a. the oce of *'"*o w in ,E iire N a
ca onal. with cushions, $16 50. E i T Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal- house. 41 3-3377.
27wo 150. FOR SALE:-i'trium-ph "Thunderbird boa, for office, doors. tpe-FO Welf,
pioogrp-c bec te rip2ds 0, 650 c.c. excellent condition. $280 writer ports, glass, unbleached wick- men -I,. ella VJiis ivin
a tripods: 00 Coil NaL 3342 between 7.0 0 pt a f F lling
,piters, adapters, enlarging Eail. to P3 we dW .342 between 7.00for hardware, wer coolers, belting dnino. 2 bedrors,
'end many more items at bargain Crucet. Col -49 other t.mes and pump pt, rushes, carburetors a ni S
prices. 5C7 Porta Place. Ancon. oher e magnetos gnd ports, flags and -3407, m 2: .
pennants, watt-hour trimeters, trons-
FOR SALE.-Single bed, double bed, former, electrical supplies, electric P R RENT
innerspring mattress. rugs, drop jIElmmrU motor ports, welding supplies and "
leof table, lamp, dishes, dresser C .01, parts, parts for Chevrolet, Ford and Room '
.Misc. household 2172- Curun HiB^I Sal Autocar vehicles, ports for load pack-
du. mornings, evenings. er, and parts and accessories for FOR RENT:'i-:Fumished 'room with
FQ, SALE:-Betsy Ross Spinet Pia- molor vehicles located in the "300" or, 'ithoh 'board cool and plea,
oe. 2 mahogany chairs, cabinet. l D nv No.4m n hrh 48th StretNo. "
none 6-438 after 5 p. m. vW .. Iv .1 be obtained from the above source. 7. ola Vlsta.. .
S- or from office of Superintendent of
F-OR SALE .-Lingroom set, sofa & Rec lition for long service Storeouses, Balboa, tel l hone 2.
tv/_oirs. _Leatherset,_sofa_____ &_ R n 'for Blndlese Cors
Oo charBFo. Leather upholstery. 'th Ease Standardoil,B A .1815.
Otr 12-B Fort Clayton, Tel. 87-nwas given ths weel to threeB d
----- onffician of the company, each P o ff. u i llr l e
FC. SALE.---Louvres and venetian of whom have served 30 years. POSition Offered WI
'blinds for flots apartments 7 cu They are 8. 8. Moore, C. L. -.. ._ I Seft esl -
ft. 25 Cycles Frigda.ire 25 Cycles Jonnaton and Fred Geucke. WANTED:-Soles girl, must speak |l i lL "
1-'4 horse motor. 25 cycles 78 English-Spanish, experience recon- LOi
RPM.A Recora Changer. Phone 2.- Gold 30-year pins with two mendoation neces.arv, good salary I
.1 2C3, diamonds were awarded to two Colon Jewelry 10th. St. opposite WA4 INOTON. Aug. 1 (iUP)
CR SALE -Modern sectional living- of them at a luncheon In El Tropic Bar. Yest AS GWSen Owar N
room set. two love seats one choir. Panama attended by Easo Br "il'i st day on duty a the
foam rubber upholsie-ed, beautiful managers from all countries of WJ d at Shgheat-mltarvld.
condition, nine months ad, w,th Central A.ierks and by H. P. W intedP rOsitiO He ts i"at home pain
byokcose.. Only $225.00 cash. Blackeby of Havana, chairman .was the wind-n or
Qtrs. 224-B. Albrook. 86-4145. of the board of directors of the Panamanian b.lingual accountant OB. nColln fi, i.
Company wnd Auditor with solid quolifico- staff. H receive
Fopiy tons, eight ,ears background ex- .L s1 f H^],e received a
L E S.S O N 5 Johnston presently manager peience and best references de- m e .a1o Ilant W.
of the Canal Zone -divisiLon sirs position with industrial, cam- 0 1 O Si hlia n
DORESE WAITES School of Dancng I completed his 30 years on July marial or construction concern 70 Pa nmEtaes
reepenin Sept. 1st. Registration 8 all of which was served on Write box 70 Panamasrci c on t.o h w5l leave theSa
August 17th 18th from 10:00 the Isthmu. f the .a'mi the entire natoa u
t. m. to 4:30 p m. Balboo LodgeW O' who serntvre natwon.
-Hall. Phone 2-2363. ____Guecke who concluded 30 WANTED ei l*0 r *
W o s e ork Micellaneous ira char man of th6
ilce. He worked with the West WANTED TO BUY:_Smooth tires, efis.n11 Deveop .
T Indian Oil Co. In l en suitable for reconstruction "Re- S 7, has been named V
TrmOPI9AL r unl 19 hen re- costructora No.onol." No 7, U2 0 rNo 7 tatlve on the n i
1950, then becoming sales man- gro,. of the North Atlatlc
TOPICS e of E ao ~tan~ad O ,Car W -ANTED:-Vacaton Quarters Ist t
C ALL Dominican Reg1blic. 1ge came Diabl Hgts. 2-3429 chie. 11 opr tle'l
--to P wI la I Denember to bi stDdow ftm'the Joint M u. *

-2086 Mooue, began with Standard duy dai t uroe. rt
0 1 Jerseylin Pilahnfleld YOUR HE N lea ds
LET'S O company 'n Nassau, Bahamar is indivlual ve it In readd
rGetting Te Go ao i held different eo.on Junt as your finger. r i ur W. Radrdd tu.'%;.
yah ro er0 o, .t.8. when. he beme press prints differ ft ro m n t

is half the fun, especially dentEso Steral after of everyone else. your hearing1W qf the day he spent
hlf thefun e lheEsi.a o St andgard l Cntalg o 0 1 belonglrs t '
when you're smart and America, company which pod is Individual anl personal.'Soe bs R t Myero va
travel in a on hed until January. 195o eur plan for restored hearing whh ,t taken o, er
other e oa coman lsin the individual and personal ... .. Rdgway, ne
CarSINGERbbean area. e now vice to give YOU greatest poslblfe arded gol
SINGER,. peddent of the new comol my. .o w hearing. s te& thMr I L enwwa
CONVERTIBLE Standard Oil A., aind ie Tti.etarNr eaig l
CONVERTIBLE manager o' the western region
comprising In Panama and Cen- .d Colnug ave
trial Auileza. Me 1 racedtyoa
ana recently.

MOTORS Co. 2s ands oe ,,-
onv S6.50 complete
PANAMA cartride at tAd
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Easter Hits Two Homers 1 S*

To Pace Indians To Win 5
NEW YORK. Aug. 15 (UP) The score is 34 2-3 Ne York 75. 36
to 29 today in favor of Billy Pierce over Bob Porter- Cleveland 48
field in the American League scoreless inning derby. Bosnton 64 52
Washington 55' 59
Porterfield got his chance to- out The Giants also were rained Philadelphia 47 65
day to overtake Pierce. but the our against the Phils. Detroit 40 73
chances weie good that neither' In the only other NationaliSt. Louis 39 77
one ot them would disturb the League amene, Cincinnati topped
all-time record of 56 scorless irn- the Cardinals 2-1 In 11 Innings TODAY'S GAMES
nings fired bY Walter Johnson of when Roy McMilllian singled' New York at Philadelphia
the pre-Porterfleld Washington homr the winning run to give' Washington at Boston
Senators of 1913 left Joe Nuxhal f a seven-hit Chicago at Detroit
Pierce last night fired his triumph for his sixth victory. No other game scheduled,
third straight shutout, pitching -oOo--
the White Sox to a 7-0 %ictor YESTERDAY'S STAR YESTERDAY'S R SULTI
over the Tigers on his sizzling Lefty Bill Pierce of the Chicago 400 001 020-7 1
six-hitter. which also was his White Sox who pitched his Detroit 000 00 000-0and W
16th victory of the vear. He had, 16th victory and his third Pierce (16-71 and Wa
a no-hitter until Bob Nieman consecutive shutout. 7-0 over ,Hoeft 7-Ii1. Marlowe, SBa
hit a pop-fly double in the fifth. Detroit with a six-hitter that rough, Madison and Batts.
Pierce hasn t been scored upon 'ran his string of scoreless in-
In two %xeeks during a period in nings to 342/3. Cleveland 100 220 201-8 1
.. ,l d th Sena- St. Louis 000 030 301-7 1

tors. Yankees. and Ti.ers. P ui t'U- r Feller, Wight, Lemon (16-11)
turning in relief stints against urins Manager nblyzkaturge, it
the Athletics and Indians. I tlefield and Courtney.
The White Sox lefty also Says Randy Won't New York at Philadelpa,
was in another race with New York at Philadelphia,
teammate Virgil Trucks to see Make Trip For Ride (Postponed. rain).
who will come closest to in- a e r K Washinton at Boston, (Post-
ning 20 games. Right now it Washington at Bost, (Post-
looks like both are a cinch to By UNITED PRESS poned, rain'.
hit that figure and that would
be unique since the White Sox Manager George Middleton NATIONAL LEAGU ,
have not had a 20-game win- sa.s Randy Turpin won't come TEA'MS W L Pet.
ner since 1941 when Thorton to tme United States just for the BrookJyn 74 37 .667
Lee had 22. iride.Milwaukee 68 47 .591
LeePhiladelphia 61 49 .555
Middleton predicts Turpin will St. Louisep 61 49 .55
The Indians t o o p e d the defeat Booo Olson in their Oct. ,t. Lous 60 51 .541
Browns. 8-7. as Luke Easter.21 bout at New York ,and take .ew York 53 55 .40
drove in live runs \%th two tinc undisputed world nilddle-; Cncinnati 52 63 .452
homers and a single and At Ro-,v.e.ght title back to England. Pittsburgoh 38 7 .39
sen also hit a Cleveland homer. 'it 1 were not confident of 38
The Yankees were rained out. at Randy winning the title." says TODAY'S GAMES
Philadelphia and wound up 68-' the manager, "I woud not let Pittsburgh at Brooklyn
games ahead of White Sox. The' him make th trip. Milwaukee at Chicago
Red Sox and Senators also were' Middleton says Turpin prob- Philadelphia at New York (2)
rained out in Boston. ably train at Grossnger. New St. Louis at Cincinnati N)
In the National League, the Yoik ior the 15-round indoor S Lous at Ccnnati (N)
Cubs came from behind to pum- battle. That's the spot where TODAY'S GAMES
mel Milwaukee 11-4 as Bill Se- Heavyweight Champion Rocky Milwauke6 102 010 000- 4 11 0
rena hit a grand slam pinchni Marciano now is getting ready Chicago 101 105 03x-11 12 1
homer and Randy Jackson ando to meet Roland LaStar-a Surkont, Antonelll (9-8), Jolly
George Metkovch also homered. and the place Turpin trained aud Crandall. Hacker, Lown (6-
Ed Mathews hit hi s 37th homerwhen the lost the middleweight 5j, Klippstein and Geragiola.
for the losing Braves. who title to Ray Robinson.
dropped eight full games behind The manager says Turpin has St. Louis 000 010 000 00-1 7 0
the dleth Pittsburgh rained been keeping n good shape. Cinci. 000 100 000 01-2 7 1
game with Pittsburgh rained Middleton laughs off sugges- Mizell (10-71 and Rice. Nux-
tions Turpin may still be feel- hall (6-8) and Seminick.
i ng the eli-cs of an auto ac-
cident, earlier this year. Mid- Philadelphia at New York,
JalpllnTo I Mae dletn says he and the British (Postponed, rain).
Empire champion will decide
this weekend when they'll leave Pittsburgh at Brooklyn, (Post-
ut ept. or America. poed, rain).I

NEW YORK. Aug. 15 (UP)-
Clarence Sampson. former
Ughtweight champion of Pan- Lfi
Ama, is scheduled to make his Don't let itehln impl.. e m,
. S. debut against Stonewall Ringworm, Blackhead Acn, Psoriasi.
Jackson Sept. 26 the Foot Ithe, Athlete's Foot (Alipufiga) or
Jackson Sept. 26In thesemi-oFb's r W nn
nnal of the Kid Gavilan- eimbarass you another day without
Ralph (Tiger) Jones fight at trying Nkaoderm. This great Inedicine
Madison Square Garden. cebatm t. erm. and sites which
,Sampson will campaign in iatl n lx*Ieermi saukin iouakes
the welterweight division un- ur akin soft a, Ifsooth and at-
Eimmlvae. .; lt9ixederm ffom your drug-
der the handling of Bobby tod-fee how much better your
North. in looks and feels tomorrow.

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Santa Cruz Sports
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Ray-o-Vac defeated Medart
80-67 last week to compiled the
most points in a game by any
single team for the season. Thqe
game Was scrappy and more
like a civil war than a basket.
ball game. Both teams were
playing with blood In their eyes
in order to win and get into a
tie with Nocona.
High pointers: Ray-o-Vae -
C. King 30, A. Perkins 14, 8.
Dryden 14: C. Daniels 10: Med-
art R. Grant 26, G. Hamilton

Tuesday last. Ray-o-Vac and
Nocona continued to pace the
league with victories over Hos-
pital and Medart. respectively.
Both teams are tied at three
wins and one loss.
In the first game of the night
Ray-o-Vac clipped Mpspltal to
the tune of 59-50. The game was
fast and clean. Leadership dur-
iSg the game changed hands
regularly. To the last three min-
utes of play, both teams looked
Impressive. Ray-o-Vac proved
the stronger in that final three
minutes. So far Ray-o-Vac is
the only team that the Hospital
boys were unable to stop.
High-pointers: Ray-o-Vac--C.
Small 16. A. Perkins 15. C. King
13; Hospital M. Pinel 21, W.
Smith 15,
Nocona in their last meeting
with Medart. whioped the latter
team 57-45. Nocona trying hard
for the second half champion,.
ship tried to prove that their
only defeat by the same team
was Just one of those things.
They led the whole way and
coasted to a easy victory. Mel-
art and hospital have both lost
any hop of claiming even a tie
In the standing .
J 4 ulllette I&: ed-
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Opens 4bmorrow At' Stadi,4

Chocolate urne Windup

ama City's Melvin and Luis Samuels also wouVM
terday terminated their prepration In
training acTedule shape. eo two .40-rd
wi. complete their t will both be seeking jk nut
by doing callsthel. victories In their ]cfledutl
ring up for tom eight-round battle,
scheduled ten-round Samuels. unbeaten it 10 bouta
bol at the Oolon.
bttle at the olon as an amateur aid 'two as
urne. Isthmlan. pro, will enter the ri,. a solid
Weight champ, hoMW favorite with Pafciic aide
oveT such good b while the Colonites are expet
dolfo' Francis ( Beto be behind the coura gus
twice Manuel Presc Hawkins. The rugged, "aWhk"
tin, 'by San Bias o has proven to be a
Am pia and would d "trial horse" and spoller a nQfz
Chocolate to the lIst. up-and-coming batter a' re-
The-'"Bon Bon I0s- h- an cent years and he is coad
even greater Incentive ftv win- of tagging Samuels with,
ning. This bout is hil Med first loss.
and probably last O Panama Ray Robni~pa and
to make good as a a. Francisco Rodriguez, frtmerl)
Two months ago 1ltrti- Lupe Pancho, are ratdu about
nez knocked out tI in even In the six-round dn
the sxthi round. "special.' odrigue l a been
Besides this, there I beau- on the losing side In i mrpost
tiful trophy that haa been recent oun a hoeIt. P
donate by Paia tonal back on at =4 1
Aasemy Depu .l XA LUque A four-round 128-pound pre-
and which the deputy WilL per- liminary bowen Joe a u an
sowally present to the winner Ramon Ca wIllget g t o
tomorrow night, I gram underway.

45th Eliminates Coroial
From Service Cage Raee;

The question at the lCla During the time OOugOli
was *"ho put the Iler the 4thstaeu t M
basket?"' ral, game froa a 21-9 dei J
favorite over the ]45; co5i hlftimq td-aore 3
Battallpn In the 'A f The t Gr al
Armed" Forces. ;k con- the heil adv Erkt
test, went teth 'at~e side. took aot after
second half We =B4'ame CrWd k 5et ltafp Mmw-m
without'scortlg a e a lae Iroi tm
result Was that the 'Wt vr- pdit. a
came a 12 point ad 'htow Th ticeaM
ball gase 36'to 21 lmd O aAlte up oher w'
Coroal rois' the SePie el;
nation tAurmattnnt. *

Friday night la. -e e'
bracket, the rMd AA
Fort .Gu. k from. t n ,

uscmaunp Wl
night will pit
against Coc SoIo at
In the t Jt gsmanW,,
6:30 and this will be .
the Quarry Helghts
mination contest. At 1
the first. gane will
504th FA Battallon

'The few spectators on hand
at the Clayton gym sat dum-
founded as Corozal took shot
after shot during the second
half without being able .to put
the through the hoop. No
statistcs were kept on how
many shots were taken, but
estimates all ran over fifty.
Thej j 2 capces from tle
ree line and aelaly
made Odhe, only to have' te
shooter step across the line i
soon ad' nullify the result.


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Washington Signals
WASHIGOTON, Aug. 15 tUP? replace Carney of Commander
-A new team of generals and of Allied Forces in Southern
admirals, beaded by Adm. Ar- Europe. Collins will become U.
- thur W. Radford. took over the S. Representative on the mill-
military high command today tary committee and standing
with tne assignment of taking group of the 1North Atlantic
a "new look at tne nation's Treaty Organization.
entire defense setup.
Only simple ceremonies at the
Pentagon marked changeover in ew Fishing
the membership of the Joint
Chiefs of Stall. But from the
change may come decisions re-
vamping national defense poll- lI f
cies followed for the past sev-
eral years. Records Set
New chairman of the Joint
Chiefs and the first Navy ff
man to hold the top military
post is the 58-year-old Rad- rU
lord who succeeds Gen. Omar
N. Bradley. Bradley's last olfi- ---
cial act was to swear in his
successor tat 10 a.m. EDT) In TALARA. Peru, Aug. 15 Fish-
the office of Defense Secretary ing records don't last long off
Charles E. Wilson. the Peruvian coast these days.
Gen. Matthew Ridgway's Alfred Glassell Jr., a North
turn to take the oath came American sportsman from Texas,
an hour later. The former caught a 1560-pound Black Mar-
Supreme Allied Commander lin at nearby Cabo Blanco. beat-t
in Europe succeeds Gen. J. Iln by more than two hundreds
Lawton Collins as Army Chief pounds the world record set by
of Staff. Tom Bates of Talara just six
Gen. Nathan F. Twining has days previously. Bates' fish
already taken over as Air Force weighed 1352 pounds and it in
Chief of Staff, replacing Gen. turn broke the earlier mark of
Hoyt S. Vandenberg who retired 1135 pounds set by Kip Farring-
June 30. Adm. Robert B. Carney, ton.
the fourth member of the new The giant landed by Glassell Is
military team, will be sworn in the largest fish ever caught on
Monday, succeeding Adm. Wil- rod and reel. according to the
l1am M. Fechteler as Chief of Panagra announ cemen t. It
Naval Operations. measured fourteen feet six inch-
Upon the new joint chiefs es in length and six feet nine
falls the Immediate task of re- inches around, and put up a
evaluating and perhaps re- spirited fight for one hour and
vising the military and stra- forty-five minutes before it wasb
tegic plans laid down by their finally conquered.
predecessors. Out of their re- Spectacular sport has been the
commendations will come such rule this year'at Cabo Blanco.
important decisions as how On one day last month Glassell
many wings the Air Force took two marlin. weighing 900
Should have. how large the and 755 pounds, which were the
Army should be, whether the third largest pair of fish of one
Navy should build still more kind ever caught in a single day
fupercarriers, and whether in- of fishing. In January a 920-
creased military e m p h a s I s pound black marlin caught by
should be placed on the Far Mrs. Ruth Price was the largest
Zast. fish of any kind caught by a la-'
The reshuffle of the na- dy angler and in March several
tion's top military body was new yellow-fin tuna marks were
ordered by the administration set.
after defense secretary Wilson Cabo Blanco. about forty miles
said he wanted a new team from this northern Peruvian oil
to take a "new look at the en- center, has today the beat black
tire defense picture." marlin grounds in the world, the
One of the things behind the only place in the world with a
administration's action was the full twelve-month season for
complaint of some Republican these fighting monsters.
Senators particularly the late
Ben. Robert A. Taft (R.-O.)-
that the retiring Joint Chiefa ls iH Awa u
had become politically involved
and identified with the Truman e a t |
Administration. lA iwalis In
Radford steps into his post W W
with one service th=e Air
Force already suspicious of
him because of his past attacks
UponAir Force strategic bomb- The Institute of Inter-Amer-
theg concepts. "Admiral Reolted can Affairs awarded 768 grants
the so-called Admirals' Revolt" for specialized training in differ-
atuing which he called the B-36 e
-- the backbone of the Air ent technical fields to Latin
Force strategic bombing power American technicians in the fis-
r"a billion dollar blunder." cal year of 1953. it was reported
During Senate hearings on his today by the President of the
nomination, however, Radford Institution in Washington. The
aid he had "modified" his Institute is the agency for car-
views on air power because of rying out the Point Four Pro-
new conditions and added that gram in the Western Hemi-
he expected "to divorce himself sphere.
of any service affiliations and In Panama. 27 grants were
to be as imartal anyone authorized to be awarded to
to be as impartial a anyone Panamanian professionals in the
Radford's past opposition to following fields: Agriculture,
the Air Force and his Naval three: natural resources, one:;
background has given rise to public health and social welfare,
the feeling that one change to eight: education, five: develop-
be expected will be increased ment of industries and commu-
emphasis on Navy carrier forces nications. four; and public ad-
as an arm to the nation's stra- ministration, six.
tegic bombing might. The country with the largest
Radford's past- advocacy of number of trainees was Brazil
former action against Commun- with 204 grants: followed by Chi-
ist China and greater support le with 65: Peru, 62; Mexico. 50;
of the nationalist government Bolivia. 44; Uruguay, 35; Haiti.
on Formosa has also left to 34: Colombia, 33; Ecuador. El
speculation there will be greater Salvador and Nicaragua with 31
emphasis on the Far East. grants each. Paraguay. 28; Pan-
For Bradley, today marked the ama. 27; Cuba, Costa Rica. Hon-
end of a 42-year military car- duras with 23. each; and the
er. As a five-star general. Brad- Dominican Republic with 15.
ey does not actually retire, but The grants awarded to Latin
will be placed on inactive as- American professionals include
slgnment. He will shed his uni- different fields such as agrlcul-
form, however, to become chair- ture. forestry, fisheries, natural
man of the board of the Bulova resources, public health social
research and development lab- service, housing, vital statistics,
oratories of the Bulova Watch education, small industries, la-
C. 'bor. transport and communica-
Fechteler, whose term as Chief tons, public administration. ceo-
of Naval Operations was cut detic surveying, civil aviation,
short by the administration, will metereology, census and econo-
short--y-the -d---tr-t-on -I mic statistics.
Of the total grant 26 were
''"** Tiu;'.a awarded for training agricul-
ture and Natural Reso ces, re-
Sunday, Aug. 16 fleeting the imj rtanc of this
High LU.v Id to the on c bm /develop-
1:33 am. .............1:31 i. t of t majority the Lat-
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Berlin Reds IDemotO if ICI'aI

For 'Appeasing' Fow 4Cerd
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BERLIN, Aug. 16 (UP) East
Berlin Communists have demot-
ed two government officials to-
day for "appeasing" Elsenhow-
er food seekers, asd begun fir-
ing factory workers who receiv-
ed food and sent agitators into
West Berlin to try to disrupt the
But the attempts to discou'r-
age East Germans failed and
another 110,000 crossed the bor-
der into West Berlin, bringing
to 2,500,000 the number who
have received free American

food since the programI
July 27.
The two Conmmuati I
demoted wert Aane- A
mann and HDana as -N
Ackermann, drO ei 4M
Politburo last moatnk
as director of the I'x-
Stals Institute." He at
tains his title as. foreign
later but it isn believed 1
be prged fr thL t,
East Berlin b govern
executive counML .aWwa

Women With Contrastig Badt ds,

Found ,Dead In Room; Police BafD
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ATLANTA, Aug. 15 (UP) '-
Pnli* ano ht toda to uea*tion

oi sougpt, WUUJ W s ug y q
all acquaintances of two women
of contrasting backgrounds who
were found shot to death in a
bedroom Thursday night, one of
them nude.
Mrs. Lols Fears, 43, and Mrs.
Evelyn Bennett, 35, apparently
had lain dead since Monday
afternoon. A television set was
still blaring in the six-room


SM For McCrthfs

Latedst Red PNbe
-Senate Investilgator. sifted
through a week of secret testi-
mony today in preparattOn for
next week's public hear. tIn
Sen. Joseph R. McCary' la-
test Reds-in-government Inves-
The Senate Permanent lAvok--
tigating Subcommitteee, hb
the Wisconsin Republican yaa-
terday wound up the cloe~tI
phase of its search for pos
Communists in the government
printing plant, Public hearings
will begin Monday.

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hoUse. NeWspa had up
on the da d
A- diffeaUt
used on
De-Kalb k'
Hoyt Buttoui w0
the investigation in tt
Decatur reeUdeal
MrPOW Fe a weaan,,kh
prison reeor la W
arrests, wasb- ,ytail
from & .3& M i
know* backgraWema "of,
respectabultyj =aUp lasit
slugs from 4. .
Mra- FearWf t aody e.-Ist
clothe and 1ar O a'a tw&IA,
Bet it and the, otbae,
lay .the _nude body of Mrs
nett. V *
Police said the ,two
ly had become friends ,
and MrK4 Bennett had -
with Ma. Peara, leavMin.
foster home where ahe
stayed almost sinee
"We've found quittA.&,
Quaintanees of the -

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McCarthy told reporters yes- hi
terday that a former woman em 0
ploye of the printing office had
testified that she saw a yellow
worker steal secret materials
from the big printing agency.
She said the alleged thefts were si
"sizeable" in number knd cover- S
ed a "considerable" period of c
time. r
The Wisconsin Republican .h
identified the witness only aS a S
former woman employee of then
agency. He did not name the al-
leged thief.
Both presumably will figure In
the public portion of the Inqu dh
which begins Monday. The iib.
committee has been qu
witnesses secretly all this week.
It has been exploring whether-
a printing office employee accua-
ed of being a Communist kad
access to secret documents. Mp-
Carthy said a second employ.
was identified as a Communa
today but the accused appeared
before the group later and denied
the charge.
McCarthy said the woman tea-
titled she saw an employee "take
classified matter and leave with
it." He said there were a "size4I
able number" of thefts over "I
considerable period of time." Ha
indicated the alleged thefts took
place several years ago.
Ozily two names have come to a
the surface in connection with q
the investigation-Edward M,
Rothchild. a bookbinder and his
wife. Esther.
But McCarthy said the sub-
committee has "branched out" to
involve others presently employ-
ed in the printing office or at
last who were employed there
within the past few days."
He said the woman who al-
legedly saw material stolen re'
ported to her superior and "a-l.
fered to testify in a loyalty i-
vestigation of one of the individ-
uals with whom we are concern-
ed and who Is working at the
"For some reason," McCarthy
told reporters, "she was never
He also said the GPO produi-
tion manager "confirmed"
"clasified work" of the A
.aergy COom lU a- "sn"
at te general GPO office."
1e iatn C "restr
4 daW nsMdd at the -"

"But A6- far, we havtt rot
i anything definite. We 8
,On knoWyet itf more than -
irson did the killing."
The bodies were discovered oke'
ollce after Mrs. Fred -
aughter of the woman who .Pr.ri__
Id reared Mrs. Bennett as her s.
A. child, reported she bad .
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