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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00078
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00078
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Fourth of Julyv Ave.-Phone 2-0441

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No. 12.179 Central Ave, Colesk

SaMls de Belleza Amuimca
*55 Weat 12th Street

Carite Drug
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SHousehold w AAnehiles sm. Se 1-4M. onlyPROFESSION
S rtSALE--New- used refrigerators Service Prmnel and Civilian 201 lA . Oc*
t convenientrces and terms Gver rment Empl y TOTAL LIQUIDATION:---Ck Mar- barb t t S
L Comrlete and-M.^ Government Emrployes Finance Co. flt. .. to 1-51 Mew .
F LE. Complete and c When you nnce your n FOR NALE Ilqehold Painting jk The II
Household effect Tel. 2-4306 Iusen CFOR SALE ERRO
*E--Genra' Electric Refr.- AGENCY ENLINIEW 'J C lA
i ratr, 6 cu. I. 25 ccle.0 4 SP A INT
a2 cond,, on. 550 0. Rug 9' PhnMe 3.4N4 1-45 FOR SALE.-Beautful blond Spinet cl 9. NO Meas No Mitlow three.
10 ','.i Floor lamp. BIdg. 831 Piano, Phone 6-484, after 4 p. m, Ca.ino c m usi by NO Br'uhes No WatW A I
SApt Balboa Road phone Bal- IARGAIN! 1949 Nashnk Super C rrvaon n~- bS tn cis onmvealea t
oa 4471 or 83-7277 Curundu. Ferder Sedes Ight grayg o *d Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- cesarys. Sunday. MInt bomb
SALE chr, kitchen tim- *t vers, meHtt C ceived in the office of Engineering ainll bomb t
S SALE.-I char, tchen, po nt-ed. I. uetnteed, enly $295.00. and Construction Director. Pan- Available In many th i
S oolsd. 2 chiromn 3 lawnight tables, m dewn ed de i y. asla Canal Company, Balboa beautiful colors.
stools, romn 3 nt bleh mel COLPA MOTORS INC. Heights, until 10:00 o., August f .
Shogany. 1 table. kitchen, ame Your Fredly Frd D eee 19, 1952, and then opened in. GEO'. F. NOVEY, INC.
top. 2 tables. metal plasc to O Auteomebil Reew public for furnishing all plant. FOR Rt inhd chelet u. NOlve T INCl. Ch
1 mrrori, ramed I fan, 12 inc Tel. 2-103 2-0 equipment, tools, materials. taex- cool IWb rTelepholin, Pahelme QtrAve. Tel.141 tf,
1 refrigerator Westlhiouse. I :- capt as furnished by the Govern- 3-342 ,
ironing board. folding. b d. FOR SALE:-150 platform Truck ment, labor anid services, for per- ENT t
s1 single, with mattress. 2 bed lamps. with winch, perfect condition, good forming certain work for the re -.. ANAMA biOKERS. 4N Wt'-a
floor lamp. 1 Toastmaster. 1 tires. "Agendas Globales. No hobilitation of refrigeration and '
vacuum cleaner I mxmaster. I\ 121 Via Espafia. Panoma. dry storage facdities in Gorgas g Wh4tl El Panam
w it d ish es. I d dresser m eta l .5 n a m. H
S t d~ishes. I dresser, metal. 5 FOR SALE-1950 4-door Chevrolet. Hospital at Ancon, Cnoal Zone j A cTM-- t, iil11'- hlr.' 1l
drawer I dresser, metal, 3 perfect condition, complete plastic Forms of proposals, specficotlons t Modern -Ii.iarnmshed port. Ts e and mFlens ych
er with mirror House 1701-E. seat covers. Rain deflectors. 195- and full particulars nay be ob- ments. eol. Cn* an d Rich
Old Cristobal after 6 p. m.A Gtun, phone 5-336. tainted from the office of the Con- tact WfffN W 10tS&r. o tei l h
O- ORSALE -One set of Sterling S- tract and Inspection Division, Room Crestabal, I10 1386 Cotlon 1 m-471 mn ad p0 ".
ver Floatware for 12 persons 106 BARGAINI 1946 Hud.m Super Six Telephone 2-3ist39 or 2-2698 dingL .
pieces. nearly, new half price,. to Feoder Sedate ee(lh. ate up- ecifi h ons with downs 2-26981w.i SALE
- be seen at Morr.son's Novelties. heliery, redle. excellent trans- Spec issued fications with d aweposit of w.00 1 el ,
p guare nteed, only $165.- e o st wion be forced E 0.0at0 lN F NITUte
.o SALE.-25 cycle G. E. Monitor dw 7. dLiv it IweN. if specifications and drawings are FOR SALE:--eauft ul secluded es- .tU .Mail In ot
.FO SALE: -r Bgeror. Phone dining- Y ndly Feed Deler not returned within 30 days after ftate, rivaten bach.L Taka. $15,. *epv".- lReIsholtery m Wtek.r
OR SALE: Bedroom and dining- on -wIoh" w penong of bids. 000. bring your' chk bet&. Tel. WE MO N allotallft Maker, I
rq o set, w a shin g m ac hin e, ch est h t a S ew *l q o f b id s. 0 0 0. b rir s u c bo ok T el u m W g f e v
of drawer set, bamboohng chirs, hble Tel. 2-1033 2-106 "FOR SALE-"mOn t new rinet 6-483 qr Roy Hell", 4te Clara. lbl o" S Mt.
h oou s ho irtic bles. F 3 O O almostnwclarinet:-Contino & Returant ,a galto t ES .
A e FOSALE.1951 Pontiac 8, Hydra ebony $75.00. One new FOR SALE:-Cntina & Rtaurt
mac, 4dren9500 miles. Sunm e rc ror 2.50. San Miguel. Cells M No. 24 Pen- 1
t. Te 9085, 10th St. Tel. 2-4203, ite S00 p.imNP. ama. R. of P. i
pR S ALe-:.--Ch.ffonier oak $10.00. FOR SA l:---Ofe Kertmore washing FOR SALE:-Excellent lot of firm.
child desk mahogany $10 00, table EARSAIN! 1948 Chirpier pe~tt l f ci, IRS6 0 cycles. 83-5141, Cs- flat and high land, on Via Espo,
sthll porcelain $7.50, mattress WisnIr Itlgey faild drive, this rundu. Pa facing Arias Espinino family i .. .. M
cotton $5.00. doll carriage $2.50. is a el ar, eres ely PA A CPmmPAa property, 'Las Sabonarat, measures St. mog
night table S3.50. table wood $510.00 doew iand driv it vewv SPF J T n 5.700 sq. meters. easy payment.l Ofe
S nhh $1-5. cedar chest $5.00 COLPWAN MOTO S INC. P K fTtrCAWT TI l. 3-0 25 obl r n. Cal
ps, linoleum $4.50, 5 loulier $2.- Ye br P Iedmly aeid .,set. s iTel. 3-0625. Pbnof .
W och, bamboo lamp $2 00. On Aufemeobesifw Sealed bls, .'. opening In public.
iiotah lcdvers and 3 cushion, $7.- Tel. 2-1033 2-1031 will be received until 10:30 A. M., WAN l
50 .-bathrt.-n cabinet $1.50. Tel. FO-R'SALE- I951 Pclkard 4-door July 25. 1952, fr oasg T ,rues. Miate O L
L(3lbo 2-2494 in excellent condition. Will accept and Plpe Fitings, Cast Iran, caed
FCK-ALC raEnam: d toaurter. .oldecar in trade. preferably con- atthe -iboo t -Excess WANTEI-Vacation qiate l _t
"maor, kK3. o k rtible. Call 4-339 frr Sae Cercular No. i may be ob, tic side aopt Auqeal 1
rchnrs a n.it nips i o ice of Superin- ri 5- -. .-
S100Q. M y c raw phone 2-27So7 s Balboa, fte- WA.rTeO Ambitm
$0. 0454-E Maq8ar 8-1e876.P1m 7 couple dal furnished
&MIE -Modetn dressers petnned ceaes 5n UWS dews e a -tAsr 'p
Atc colors. Phone 3708. House dreI away. NW st AuutP edro Mil 1.
P f4 Amodor Rd r_,_ C !A0fle" fj Matt -I WANTED:-American family drer 4r+' !
ON', AufhttS! % VMtw FOR SALE': 2 Nor boir bothiim apertmenlt a ine
O Aee e Aw FOR SALE: Nora Interniation Au. 75 phe room 262, Tiv .
L 2-IE4SS01N0S FOR5Tc. 2-1.3 2- 6 0.cc. .single.1.900 miles. Rc.. M oel. Qur2Tes or
.iL.......e .a nFOR SALE:-1950 Noash 2 door s- i eeri $750. Mclivae, WAN'D:-V tio Qrters for*1^ -
le dng le ss c s,_ , _e, 2- l Hou A d 7- Dio ZC.oN -VW0 .
don, L -bdi. bed. Balboak S a3se
adults.Call Jim Forbes 21395u3 lHous56q7 D-PAlfiurican faiftiifor opprotmetely
a du l.0 7 p. m. ___i__p. 4 7 /7 3.-4 4q Mr. Croke, .bl Cetl kek r, Tlvqli Hotel. S l ZOlt

S OST & FOUND dn. Good condition. Hou s 1424-n G- use steelof ,
3 OS & FOUND A. Corr St. BoltnTs.wPhkj 2-349C -, kT. 340617. Saf |
ARD;-Male police dog. black. SAiANI i1 1 .9.4 *a.s R W46 ma t Maa oe e1 D.
th tan feet. eya oe year old, lost? S1. 4k*, d ed, M n jA411 4H Pnte11n M- Slone r
Presid.nte Theater Mondoay e, .ely O.o.o d la 1 NTEb; Cepe$nt cook1 wihi0 -. KOT c. bay
.ise T 3l. 3-1279 or 2-0238. drIPve it ewey feten. 50 St. No. 30, upstoir. an.'I D
W White plastic purse with COLPAN MOTORSU iC '44 L- l e t ea ay c an
r.onal documents Reward. Re- e Pieedly Feed ahiu `UnieCa dyera
office J. J. Ecker, Colon. OTel 2l O InvitedS "
dralmo 2-10odge i -211S41 S&- Cwndo fourth
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woo aM nnrownd tedf by detAriot f
rw chairman W. F. eurA. Among specific subjects to be
Frank X. Zeimetz t the m**** are:
a,. JDThe first corse, the Jaunila aons actut and sort Mal
Nawed Bhsrme Agedlea sdstrtinetsae,&* m I sataiactuaand polan

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Agent replacing Arthur E. 3rb On eneusday a upl fa
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itle Leaguer' Midsummer School '(a!pr
(Couti.ued ei Pag.e 1) Play Postponed
ament team to the United A M4'-aummer play. which W. U y
r t in 1962. At no time'id- w t b edited for presentati "don Ii t'
ontder the question, either a- tonight by the St. Anthony
torably or un favorably, of play- oo of Publo Nuevo. ha' tven
the i thmilan Little League. until next Friday, It
thought prevailing among was announced today. CHICAGO Jly 18, f(UP) A
S UI that any moneys received ---gray-halt'd old lady from the
.'r"ud. the playing season would ey to send a team to the States. South brfte up the pence and
be used f'oMrnrl movements on our eeni they wereto play us and harmony or the Denmcrstic plat-
StewIv-constructed ball par and Wit was suested they waive form hnBflgs on Civil Rights
SLpe necessary expenses of the thler right to play this year and yesterday.
neaup. All of ohur league officials recognize the Pacific L it t le Mr. J Alderman of Jack-
Iani mos of the parents of our toAguel- as the representative sonvill. Pft, listened quietly for
ttIle Leaguers know this and tem of the Canal Zone for the more than three hours a an un-
Sthe. Mr. Paul Mohl actuallyM .Ptem a going to the United brn nprade tof witnesses de-
drafted plubhoseans or grandtad, State. After consderable deba temanded tough Civil Rights
Sclubhouse.nted other facilities. among members of the Manag- plant In the party platform.
an* presented them. at a meet- ing Personnel of the Isthimian Shl blw.lip wlieu Atbrey Will-
in. held on June 16. 1952. It wVasnPs l h'"lw "p.
deided at that meeting. how. I.League, the question Of tMiLng lams fonrt? ,i dctor of
a,- to send our tournament .h was ut to a vote and carried by the WP* and now p lisaher in
team to the United States and a votof 7 to 3. whichincident- Montger, ., coplained
fore major park improvemen ally, included the negative vote that ta meb in Dixie
until next year. To this end, ?the ofMr. Lavalas. The wt4 Was ben a Negro
parents of each o the tourna- Lovelad would write the slth- printer Iqt hl newspaper.
meant team players pledged 150 mian Leaue a letter stating the Do lai know what caused this
and a committee was appointed rets of the Pacific Little raeial f eling in the southh that
Sto ampaig for the est ima ted reg t all are talking about?" she
000 additinal th..at wou Ledue that they were not invit- you
required to defray the expen ses d to tpahe aStats. Mr M r an, 1caus to her'
Ofied, pe te ee yof s. and with the under- Mrs. Aldrman empe i to her
ofsuch a trip. standing that such omission feet.
SA few days before our would not occur next year; and ls,"edemanded
2 A few ddayfsrbeore our another letter to Commisaloner "Mr. Wil ,"heemanded,
Meeting with officials of the At- aStotz stating that their waiver "do you think you can legislate
lantic Little League and the th. year was not to be conaid- morals into eople Don't you
Armed Forces Little League onlered pre~judicial to their oppor- think t e Z_ hibon law taught 1
_March .31, 1952. someone posingitunitks next year or in future us somingtbout that?'
Sas an .tenLagive apo rache It- I years to compete for the privil- "Wel I'll tell you., ctb
Sersato the as ,to ben imnd -I Lovelady agreed to this tula- -w g a inger at me
bi otf, the hre a ust- e e r- ntion, and immediately wrote a room-"eame down there right A:ol
pse dofUt.S-ath eel r secn letter sating in pertinent part after the Civil war amd tried toa is
p aked if they were to be invited that: cram the colored people down our e Iin

Sethe offcrals o theA le w ol lat M not pur in- tatd Ouf -
Mr. Glud informed himntd thateMr tyhe ar it iaeo u he a
vedync ths leagupresident of the regrets the fact th ato
iame for thle efagure nof the Isth league was nJot invited to par- lhe trt, rat
ianc Lea ce to pursue the mat- tui 1and M.ra. ari.ne p. CMrs. Aldermanp of t down. Sherte la

Pacifr with tle pro officials. It mentcomptiSo pacific Lt enter repo seeing tour flyig Vlata called mDe mbrev do
Should onbe rememred. howeveras ie. .eto the nsual cir- told reporters speed Maborn in
rhoul conthctlhimian.Lagueyffcal dueotan e usurrdin Liberty County, Ga. She wouldn't aWI4-

Snver definitely decided that a m...stcesure.. Carpenter was flyygan Ahgr- .g. e
Ie m would be Ism nt to the a Unit- .cisatanes sth rui n leare Alryneo plane., lom orts
Io thils ate his= meetingS withthemplay this year. We assure yours lg r h i
"i atusly 7after t the "themofficials and others Interested ob t h 9 Soldiers cied
that had the contact been made in t". wlf.ta ofle demand- hed of the l ha dl t b aid tod,-
that It was not purposelyin im ruin treated as Sucht weet
the officials of that league tended in that way. It is aso In

,,ad-robin t-arnament play h"ih ,, Lovladthad. tol tan Carpentes L aid the ob epts 1"
Sa a ewvhe Ae ._ thave ah a

would have been tainvited to the 'JELmderstn ttatnafd the eamd tyoa 1 a aone lia I
L Lemeeting.d We want to state em- nertodtat ret earuun-sIoT
atleallyr that hlMaid thi, di there will be Iaco complete aa a7o tedfof four fer
S e representatives of the Ioth-" d ers nding i" such matters -r aitude at a Ml a

asiand Lthe PLag ine otulae the inning, of the playing rha a e aed a u t athrey Ioetwa'
est reefra Laged ona e Mappreiat 1th acahtoesn o Iontt alg.e o
beon Invited to the meeting.'"eseas pon. wecatewthewacti nnof herr*aa in rhtersu wthb
ence, this league e disclaims any yeepour ban .snoe ,. ti -
blame for the fainadluredr ofrethebaethn g pel I CAG Isl ees ionne .Th "Or t
Sian Leagueto puseo rthena ivnyorright to tourna- mt o P, uly1(UP)-V.et-Of I fe t .a

Iwth t Leaguet te of r als ehe m competition in 1952 and ot tf ra elsfl Ta
I s ld b Mred, ha o r the P ii- enter reporten4 seeing four flying Vista bled" Prta
%w with theproper offichmials.ItinOthe Pacific Lit obje cei

s t evenl eatr e t leede 1 wver ther league as o being entitled to nv D n gr a tai n i c
t and aef thi s te tid Itwhat L ke he trip to the United tearDent erw ast f nanirata
.The inione otfictte Pmsa xheLittleLeaguerep- aCpentera fl

y1t fsold r. e .senthat ourted pln a g it n the ee State s itt yeryr a. nb tlitOa ^
Wa e t o th resentativesOf the Canal Zone.ianAirlinesplane.

is St deavu oadte atone M s i b i crew seo ts aidheto a ld
Srtly after the o e n meeting 'Uth n deldiveyo thisBletter his rew l dla, ie ied
r* e t, it was announced o vlff an& in'I r. Lal of ri tehpta e teojc a
Ithe.swpapets thas t h e Iri sth iau Little League demand- heldtofbthr, rdioeet.In Baitb
S et-robin t tofe amen th lay e 'd a further letter to Mr. tts ind thb wte lk. said Aaa..Lbi1
t begin oAS i which Mr. Lovelady had n ftoo stats Ca rpnlte p s ,aindthed a C ob 8 ( p), jl"fll reu -

lae beteenaomn 1 t ead Amed o at tht waiver would have. no "lae s n asAsed C om i u P
a he o understand the it play thse effect upon their right e, f ai sSldl of ogota.

St amd rate Patic Little to 2 ncompeitelfor ate-yte compet- atetB hto I M. nhtboadcast a utatment byb
g.am2 t te or u- ofet o n ba thmian officials thenmir"a flt ee.ro f eet 4cW t De i yal inud hlf
le Ae on theM nded that t l tt t to C o A-dend thugtte we the reavelingm ndfilastatlurd bloy zAt
JiaH, ant A tacisic LAmisstle Se Stat.s bewri and (tht a bt aa s msleeo Wiled h av difid
d 4in edhe a tht teo.he rt iH zv ; elaAd-utsats
t partihaeslnheplayin ths.b i t A. ..., ...ne ..

Mtre. altnra- the ti vrs to Co minoler tats -Lfas8 tellwW witthe a nHbt a.60 aut- e
e 1 MarLovelady. Lavals o of the fate thet this on U Wadar lE t h a
h n airwag re cMed M .eLove-s e .l. er.. ..... .d. lo-tih e. e ^ t e to

oeleted asked why'theY nfaln aue ot h lpl s l n ouo 'i aigb ".S .i
Sla the questo, bt utha se t and agreed to their cndi p .. .id shouty 1X p
W on e ,t lay in the Ily tAh At 'TWA a 9 offl v+.ed ae, t, wev -I h-;.. IV--., + I
an. told, him that tet t .Sto t U.'_c annottbewebeh-d
ues thad tywMr -"Lava ,ade n f "td Is to "be underod that Aapnoauimately *1*66 ,b a "wrm

-espressen'le' as nd "ap- by1 their waiver of the right to ta ..ita Sos "na4 iIe rom .
eM l ts ondersd the situn- ay this y eara te hs- ti na foS ad t.q team *puwuu W
W T C seoe cLittle LeagUe does not relu- t ,a t.M~..~w~w re J uly 1 (UP.)

.,atlc, the Armed Forces, thetUse right to send itS team to t( sli COtfidiiie wnployes,..,ft
im taa, and the Pacific Uitle the 8tate s and frthi that he !d liSit. 12!'tia thybave in-
lrea15 received a commun ea-n the wiver is ot to be taken "lajI glt)*rt t ttle't umob
ILeague homm-. is an tnblieation that thateny are balls %t.fly10 sa thw tniiteatStates wit*

.acrl e. Stotz outliinng the unable to meet fully ther obli- lwrecu B h at masow
C champion for the nour pose alei a .otrihuVI WH IQsI
m, n o.te d the cet io -yh.. t "7. f addfin tiedton t uto the oatlic fe Low
Uoi d re nceied th ws weeuk n orn- e itn ert made it t H... t", Jul'"
tie onr toudrename twpo waes ters. Mr. no velady toe that s
s nieted.t roince play hady beena a th ere would be a c4S1),. "cld been' *'-- a
$2,leted and thh e rains had be- derstandlnin before the arsforli n =
teit was quite natural that of th e 1953 s eal son d IOU O D t t e-I I.
s*i. late communication wa tornament pla. n thoiS W
ftitomjin the sthmian offialetis voted 'h atey to waive R .. ta,
pres release of Jut l 12, I theor right to tulrnam lIent 'play ... .. .
z in considered Inappropri nti s year asdu toA rucihzei thetho, -
T. he Commissioner s office Pacific Little League athe leg- .l
Wt to ki owfrio our arequettioomae rpresnta ti ve team to!
au e ranchise that our mai- play in the Mates this year. Mr. "
SJ 95ere began early in the year. Lovady'a commltriMr met ts were
i the rponsbilty for the madee in all sncrt an wit -d betor .-"
Wetd a of this information lies thel- linsentio of l .i u
itEwt el upon his offieralthaeftheu a 1 s u
P our meting on themm" including t m Plae On play ,
d l al Ignedit s d le t einfterm next year. h to wav
Stie Commioner of Little m anO At about h i: O on nex7t .
1 e Inc., that we desired to night. Mr. satvala called Mr ent
onr team to the United Lovelady and informed him the t at

this time the lathmarn 9that ecvningl, the pu r ents had
The Commissioner and oh-'to play tis yea, ReSt the --g--
to his recogniorng our acusts tilnronorfttaU eIns- M tol M
as the legitimate can(- -nel in the latter. S. LeeldK al m dnsM a-

B i'which he informed them the previous evening. He wI ti..- f"

bhad alrrd., been held ly. ii the abromati 9 am -.
Atlantic and the Arm- creement made but SIW Ni W-Og"
Little Leagues. Mr. Ifore indicating a gN llbt sf
lhaStled ls contact to I incerity on the part- atf IM 5
Little League. He sponatble for breakingl- '
by tire Manag- ment and (2I t.'.' '
of the Pacific it-I tion of the PresideS, C- a im
rd t make de-iIsthmian Little Leage .
'bti? and that Ushing pmtions of Mr.
e without permission to- doj,;
g. Pacific Little League
La was dome n a d str te l KLM. V
to eitarrass the& and Ii p" i- eO hO
tiher cloud the issu.
". .Thse Mangoi"g
of e t Pacft Little WIN
de-pL grateful ta all
vet msgewerousa Isupa.

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"F long and hfa
atte between How
V Jean Simmons wa. M r
tiede no cont .
tween the actress
thu agreed to other.
out-of-court co
.Veral Judge Er T- fithi
After conferring with 'l)-ed to fh t
J ieys for both side rftWst Terms of ,
.he found no evt 't that bounced revealed at th
Simmons and hi t htbaWI, RKeO Picture s i u
tewart Granger, h Wy I cost in With the
thit to evade income tar y Tal, an e i 000;
the-- capital gains arr t
ila egotlations with' It also pwO*6 t that Mist
The out-of-court lett 0 b i t n IobI st fiftJhfbill other
Apu ed Hughes from making his *h lOmitiMi fi tfW and 20th
itpbarance on the stand which nt-t. ;
wtb scheduled for today,
i1ln, after reading a long C
ial'ys of the evidence a4id a IO
citation of authorities on iti- .. ,
6 c tax law. concuuded:
"There is no evidence of un-
cle.n hands in this case. .
Moreover it is unfortunate Loa!l today
that such changes *ere made esetamet. al of
'in the remarks of emnle be- s ed ~lie- L fd
cause while the publicIs qU k t Al f rite ,, flt.egh.
to forget, the principals ( tB* Thr4^e ,fl a .
GOrhgeral may never cfite- .Ti o:ffl f... l. u fol-
l wipe out the harm that ...
dae by such slurs. It isa un. uh- ,. rhe Red -T Chtor
fortunate thing." chairman, N.. i M
ToUn said that himeonl Cha L n t..91 1'ta'
'aws specifically define a k r, ital .a.
I,,f a.,s, .. tlasnt chapter ftwiiM V. Han
3 ilf i Imls ;nos: secretary, dte'.junei,
Delead, o IIIjUtl a Oittehi' rank *"idbl erpee-

at-least 82 injured early today r- kw :e.
in a strong earthquake that cb 'dro"'itiwfrd',J..te, n
roted the city of Oeaka i an-d ,,e..s1 ',.as1'.ceu1-0

Atomologists rated the a ilri. Rett5Qts
st-mt scale of seven l .,tap ; t ofVrepr ati,
Authorities Msaid that thietoll # ; ftriy, J. J
was relatively small because trtfterwA- WaLnE 0,ft
Iteplcenter was unusual #e twafdk4. JMua; -
'eted about 25 mingAd il "'uehw tb Fi
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contains of the Nara prege- er; tank as lle teprestnitat
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St. Crtspin Is the shMioenstate' slttIb.wland;
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collins9 Ninth Inning

oinier Gives Yanks 2nd

NEW YORK, July 18.-(UP)-The Indians
touted the Yankees 11-6 in the opener of a twi-
'tifght doubleheader at the Yankee Stadium but
the Yankees bounced back to win the pighteap 5-4
ies.'Joe Collins' ninth inning lomer and attain
toue-tand-one-half game American League lead.

* A crowd of 51.114-the largest Grlsodn gave up only three
'i the year at the Stadium-saw hits.
Y-- aschi gain his tenth victory Jim Busby singled in the only
for e Yankees in the second run of the game in the ninth in-
lame after Steve Gromek beat ning to glie Frank Shea his sixth
Re, New Yorkers for the third straight victory and ninth of the
SI this season in the opener. year for the Senators, a five-hit-
The Yankees thus won the cru-, ter that ptrtthem in fourth place
lal series three to two. ahead of the slumping Whte
Collins' homer, his tenth of Sox. Loser Hal Nlewheuser also
yeaLbroke up a 4-4 tie produced allowed only five hits.
vlE chhltter.Barney McCosky's Tommy Byrne pitched steady
homer in the top of the ball and added a two-run homer
Witb. The Yankees had built up and two singles to the Browns'
*114 lead at the expense of 13- 16-hit assault in the -opening
laRme winner Mike Garcia in tr umph but Shantz was, as
t' ee Innings and gone ahead usual. the master in his game.
;t" 4-3 in the fourth after the Jim Dyck's homer robbed the
ans had tied the score at little Philadelphia ace of a shut-
j top of the same frame, out.
The Red Sox topped the Chi- In the National League, the
k White Sox 2-1 at Boston. Brooklyn Dodgers went six full
Senators edged the Detroit games ahead of the Giants by
aera 1-0 in a Washington night defeating the Reds 2-1 in eleven
he and the St. Louis Browns innings at Cincinnati while the
kt the Athletics 9-5 after Cardinals topped the New York
:ch the Athletics' diminutive Giants 3-2 In a St. Louis night
i by Shantz won his 16th game. The Boston Braves edged
e. a 3-1 six-hitter at Phila- the Cubs 1-0 at Chicago and the
hia. Pirates won two from the Phil-
A homer by rookie catcher adelphia Phillies 2-1 and 4-2 at
Mnmmy White and a run aeor- Pfttsbrgh.
double by George Kell gave Carl Furillo drove in both
Sox pitcher Piny Trout Dodger runs with singles, deliv-
-i margin for victory over the ring his second key hit with
- ox in which loser Mary Dick Williams on third n the ele-
-venth as reliever Joe Black again
rescued Preacher Roe and kept
H 1 LL him unbeaten while Black rec-
orded his fourth vi ry
aItIU Io The Cainltsb gined their
victory in the ninm. Max Lan-
l Tr M gn ler walked tenos Slauhter to
Up] O ean mu tome hb" the aiing m.
UThe Re!Mr! tsae jy five
busF R L to teMfor the
B iit\Uy Giants bet made thim count.
WS in WfCbUJII Vern Bickford provided the
Sraargin for his own shutout at
i *Chicago when he singled home
eay Bawk- the Braves' ny tally in the e
857tymW 'e rgred enth inning to top Nul Minner
sobsdt i = eet in a duel. Bickford gave up sev-
1b ill ado tical- en hits for his fifth win.
aBiml-m- to Ls Ralph Kiner smashed a two-
.hir. f m h run ninth inning homer to give
alt ht the Piratea a sweep oveo the
Phillies after they w the t
ear. am e on the'steay
t3E a1 61 arause atnelag firma

Bl esal,'fl try to
Wft- eme 31
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Ry pCi ff 1edl.
Uue, ulh inema iswalts
banm afor a long

itMin, Irded. that
mintdl boxers continue
1 I tateu tber bemste
iacmle. BevSack of
oft vce"ts Catt'shuld-
In a et. efl -round
me ftrediwted that.
top a before the.
ad Marines and Jack
se t a.1 I-peamd imitt.
m febu Tesk of ColAn
a Ntt~hable of Is life
bk Wth anstberumo-
yea. WRmM. Beth of
hte and tMsbattle should
L ad asweet. Teois and
ane sae featherweights.
M-eaflir between Car-,
Sand Bedelfe AmIpudia
a the program.

BEgAp ai.TnmcICs5^E-
Brundage, head of the
States oMympie gommatee,
was 4aed the
International m
mitte at an electiaa t JRl-
sink, Finland, e at thi
year's O.lympad.


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rtet e= of te % i .
2- p Girl 0. c vo 108
S-R-Bts 9. Moreno 114
4-O Bm Babe J. Pirllilps 114
5-Pesala C. Rut 112
-71t W1 3. Avia 120
7-Prett J. Chuna ll7x
8-Volabor H. Reyms 1lx
-oaa Litdw .J. tPAtrdas lox

fbd Raef "C' NTf -14% Fgs.
Pure: AIM0 -,,P m 1:15
Seead aR stt _e-able
1-Anntie 1. 0. tratvo 120
2-Dabla P. V. i oodftlz 109x
3-Wlna 8. .Airre 118
4--loina V. ez 124
5-Mand.iga J. Bravo 112
3d RE ae *9-" th -4 Fs.
Purse: WTI Closes 1:45
I-Pew Vfiques 115'
2-Hetules G. Oraell 115
3--Con Valor n 0. Castfllo 115
4-S.trike Three) J. Bravo 115
&-rSln Fin) H. Pitti 112x
6-Don Arcello B. Aguirre 115
7-Orgullosa M. Rafsel 115
8-Politico H. Reyes 112x

4th Rtace 1-2' Impsld--41i Fgs.
Pune: 375.s -%YWm Cloes 2:20
1-Tupac J. Chuia 115x
2--scandalo V. Ord6fiAe 117
3-Betun V.' Qro 120
4-Mosqueton Jli 120
5-Danescourt G.' Sinche 111
6--Callmedeur B. Agbre 116
7-Breeze Mund I. D mo 112
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Labor, Liberal

Groups Demand

Civil Rights

CHICAGO. July 18 (UP)-
Spokesmen for labor, Ifbera
and Negro groups today de-
hnanded a Democratic platform
pledged to end Senate fill
posters and clear the way foi
passage of tough Federal Civi
eights legislation.
Spurning Southern offers
to compromise on the divisive
Issue, northern New Dealers
urged the Democratic plat-
form writing subeeommittee to
hammer out a Civil Rights
plank even more sweeping
than the 1948 platform which
led to a Dixie bolt from the
Middle-of-the-road Democrats
and pro-administration South-
erners on the platform sub-
committee still were hoping to
work out a "please everybody"
Civil Rights plank that would
avoid a convention floor fight.
But their chances of doing so
seemed sllm.
Walter White, executive se-
cretary of the National Asso-
cilation for the Advancement of
Colored People; told the sub-.
committee he spoke for 52 labor,
religious and minority organisa-
tdons In a demand that the patty
adopt' a stronger, instead of a
weaker, Civil Rights plank this
"This is not a threat," White
told the group. "Bat I want to
remid yo that the are 17
states with 31 electoral votes
In whitb the Nego bolds the
potential balance of power.
"If the Democratic Party
compromises on this Civil Rights
plank eOP. n Its candidate, it
will jeoptrdis not only the
PresMdeIta2l ticket but also the
Noae, ad Senate contestss"
White, R~a. mannuel Celler
(N. .), ~~P dent Walter Reu-
thOr Of We CI Automobile
Workeror i9 and dozens of
othet repNeatatves of the
party'A ft wing W that it
woVat M eM tee MMs for the
DS p1"f's1 too endorse
Mikl, i elg to end

.wa_. a eS iWmb*t rI
8t ethm elawaetht
mA to eek (1 U te a
ge eLn ben roles, ab
Svothe r sh senators
to ibarDte. Te MNew Dealers
watM the Dmeocra to work
ter alftUoa of debate by
9=ama i contend that
t peg with Senate debate
m 2es wold be an Intolerable
wamulon of the rights which
were guaranteed to small states
when the Constitution was

lls W IBINk

Panama have is lkely to at
Sone competitor In the
games which officially
fder way tomorrow at
Mklu, Finland.
t- -ter Carloas ChAvez
plane passage to
re for Helsainki Monday
to compete In the
Ilneca, president of
t.sapa O y01mpil Commit--
Sthey do not have all
eltthey need to send
t they can get a
c the remainder if the
oet ralsedby Monday
has l fted a total of
for three lifts-press,
and clean and jerk.
officials figure he has
chance to place because
'.%WtlItfe of the 132-lb.
abampion. M.S.T. Payad
wa only 7 nbs. In

SAway From Work
fM Strdght Day
AIRX8, July 18 (UP)
SJuamn D. Per6n again
SiL t met the OR
mbabig the fourth
E ha been ab-
Si'flmnt house.

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Letr O 0 .

W .I-.. ,

DI' Niecr
e r

mistakaMbte rend, are moving to
keep the party together with l
co 1 troabe platfti and Prfte-
sidential takietai
It 1 AMapl ytae' guess whe-
ther t1 1 a66 makers can prf-
vail Oeer t1w V o element
wheo sem t mued to re
Spt tke 19 pattern of neri
Wtag th O Sod th in order
to weeoo the wlvo of the North-
ern ladurial states.
The North-South battle was
joined in earnest before the con.-
vention credentials committee
and the platform writing sub-
The credentials committee
faces a division on seating Btate I
Rig h t or Loyalist delegatlo,
from Texas Snd Mtsstippi.
The platform WritinE subcom-
mittee is enmeshed In the old
familiar row over a civil rights
B a kstagne, candidates an4d
kOeral oera are ockeyig in for
postm in the bigget fight of
all that for the Presueatal1
O WOtuo still rei4m In that
feeor-all re, with all of te
front running candldat esou-
dermly short omttb tlt eoWev
tion otet neceseaaty for cow-

Alen W.-Barikley,t e*i
vorite soa entrant with
vetion votes, are e
candidates now frequee
Stlonne as likely men to
Southern and Northet
erats together.
Kerr. Sarklk asd=OG
P. Byrnes of Sfath
due here today.
Byrumes is pectj lBN


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181 UB@m


for ito re
1 of the law. "
R- : "' "" tussell, working f
il of a i t
thinks a C vi
ble toboth,
4 will be p
Convention. He salw
r:wa "highly imp
4B L would bolt 0n
It did in 1948. A
efauver made p.
day for support froad
J.), 3 It tity Democr
which were "t
Crime investigations
Koefaver sai aMt i
ofetnee that he tWi
Sto sie S pow er*tt
. 'Sy _am wre i crte

S wdida

r arrive
vil arriv

aboan's an
eat and t
l. the I
a to crack t
rfc de teati
IaIdI Iy

ph.i.a han
t by s ubstnav
isa'.al votes.'
Ramon aid.

06,2 to who
with Kefau.
SSatite rules
an verr much

r=d miten Mtl
takt a la = I
ard S. Readi C

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