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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 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
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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iY DATES 4 THE- STEEL STRIKE
I e. 1 -The uionl authorizes a strike call for Jan. 1.
S ee. St-The Fedetal Medlation tafit collapse, wad -President
STrnman refers cast to Wg e Stabilization 1foerd for its
recommendations.
Itoleh l2-,-TTle WSB announces its report recommending
Mnion shop and tothl waRe Increases of about SO cents
an hour
March 30- Charles E. Wilson resigns in protest against per-
m nitting -the special demands of pressure group" to.


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ril 8-President It st4 Pr. ,onr a Bal od ad
TV for not sotc-m WB os; an floes 0
his seizure of ..
ri 29 -Federal f1 A. fetae ^itt1 setlre of 0.1O VUGLAS
the mills unconstitutional. 1 .
lay 3-4-Meeting of union and steel company officials at W J 1
White House falls 1o produce a settlement., LL10 O
ne 2-The Supreme Court, by a vote of .-to 3 upholdsir 7" a iC go vto
Judge Pine's decision. The strike is called by Philip Mar- ao e0miUteW p O of the aP p i
i ra. America's = y the steelt
ne 5.---ew Moblizer John Steelman reconvenes Indus- tMe L a sto a
ry "Im'@t.n;od r eetiatlons. Op m tm a and costs OW"
ne 9-Ul n rejects Inl.try's "final' ofter, COmPex.
S'It will *ee tike more then '
.P .A r e direct. e fec t*-trikeMha"
Pacifw Azrft erm lT athoW

Is Bigtime Stuff .f.. t-
m am *# INte r t" ,.re- At Bil
placeable str e of

f eooM ..d. ta M teced ,
*ASHINGTON, July 19- iOn Squairon ton a Presidential el- ti A ttlt BM s* Ila
the opening day of the Korean tation .or their heroic rescues tIe uAat of at rM War. in
coiflict-June 25, 1950-- four of pilots downed behind enemy In otherr Wolb, t tos worse t INO
Yak fighters swooped down un- lines. than Ino t#Wt apacftv had
6dei gloomy overcast skies, fir- beet added f O* h Korean b
ing bursts from their 20 milli- From June 25, 1950, through emergency.
mater guns at a MAS Skymas- June 20, 1952, MATS Air Res- On July 1, S production
tei parked on Kimpo Airfield cue Service units have saved or was dowi 7,2USM ton, or 14 lSHI
ner Seoul, Korea. That Sky- have evacuated from behind per cet bueo* le uft halt
mister veteran of the Ber- enemy lines 903 airmen a n d ot last year. TwO Week slater the
Wr~ airlift was the first air- and soldiers. loss was .15,.OOMI.f.
raft destroyed in Uthe Korean .Total loams stmid e many h f I
war. From other areas *tey have times that, whm everything is 1
r. the two'.yeas since thet'saved .414 airmen and soldiers considered.
S, United 'Nations military -a toti.of 5,117, saved in a Bfaures of i l. sr- of di
civil aircraft. under opera- peritf *dt"nearly two years. las t wages aitt vaishbed, t ,.
al control of the 8AFS" Mil- -" 'al
Air Transport 8 er vi ce
e been flying rtHal cbrgoes ,
S high priory pa gers to a C -,
from the Mert on the SameAsC icago-
ific airlift.

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plan sA tetr 11 00 prw-
ty passengers, 88,000 tone of;
io and mal, MG have evac-.
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g Pacific Airlift.
tom the first day of hostil-
m, MATS Air Weather Ber-
p. (AWS) has played its full
SIn the struggle. Within 25
as after the North Korean
Oles crossed the border, Fifth
j, p units and supporting
b=n., includn4. detach-.
Is of the A W were order-
;Mto the edmbat zone.
WEATHEt MEN
i the desperate fltgting tat.
r AWS personnel fltw
t missions, guarded thu
i sastallatlons mand equip-
suffered battle casualties
of ten narrowly escaped

IB personnel were present
in eoul, Taegu and Taeon
uad they gave weather and
kbohuvphic support to tb
Yg ft A the retreat to
Igam they gave vital sup-
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to all combat and
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BT GAILE BOU A8
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NEW YORK Parents who
feel a bit nervous about taking
a long summer vacation with car
and children need have no wor-
ry if they plan ahead, In the
opinion of one travel expert.
As travel director oftr a large
oil company, Carol Lane has ex-
. perimented with just such trips
and therefore knows, from ex-'
, perience, what she's t a I k in g
Cbout.
"Monument-gasing bores chil-
drn eveh though It may be fas-
inhting to an adut," she ex-
alIins. "Children detest being
lonsctously educated, but If you
ake them behind the scenes in
laboratory -or an ndtustry, if
make It possible for them to
k to experts or craftsmen -
eyll learn and love It."
**' In covering 'some 50.000 miles
a year to find nw ways to make
s family vacation more enjoy-
'itfit, Mins Lane has found that
trip Is loaded with educa-
possabilitIes.
"Only you puat not say 'edu-
cational' to children." she adds.
"Just say 'adventure' instead. Be-
cause that's what it really lq."
ai,, On one .such trip, she took
(tIemt e grade and high


a of a nsb, swooped over a
W qe quarry In buckets, watch-
%".hda cartoonist at work and
I, about the difficult life
S a early religious seat.
,.., Bleded into these hgh edu-
a. al excursions were picnics,
4, ofteback ridihg, rowing, swim-
iaPtg and jlit plain fun.
W o ake the various scho0ol1
,. 1 a& maes vivid, Miss Lane w 1-
them Into five general
: ppple today, people in
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ne way sWey Qfnk. anad aow
she suggests Visiting universi-l
tVes, government centers large
or small) or an unusual social
group, such as the Amish.
For a new light on history, she
advises a trip to one of the his-
torical towns that have been re-
created on original sites. New
Salem, Il., where Abraham Lin-
coln lived as a young man, is one
of these. The entire village has
been rebuilt, on the original
foundations, on the banks of the
Sangamon River.
Another such town, Is Stur-
bridge, .Mass., and a third is the
famed WiMamsbtrg. By seeing
such towns, children can visual-
ise another way of life far bet-
ter than they could from pic-
tures.
To lend new interest to geology
and geography, taka the children
to a mine or quany, a fishing
or agricultural community,
For sidelights on plants and
animals, try visits to w*4d anrmal
farms, to botanloal-exhibits, to a
museum of natural history.
'a If you want to arrange for a
vt to an industry, net write
a| .p te In itl
they show asigs of tiring before
the tour of the plant is over,
don't force them to finish. There
should be no feeling that this Is
a "must."
That's all there is to it, Miss
Lane says. No Tuss, no musm, no
one last word of caution: let the
kids help in planning the trip
and in selecting the places to
visit. That way, there's no room
for complaints.


By GLADYS R. GRAHAM


Author of "Tropical Cooking" and "Panama OsIebook."
-a- .
,. before we have another pota- of brown sugar, bread crumbs
.g .-s substitute, we have been ask- (or grapenutsj anl the an4h it
S to alp In something about full. Dot with btWr aid bake
.mamey, sometimes called the in a moderate oUs 'I=tm done.
ey sapote or mammaee ap- Serve warm with a lemia sauce.
MANETSMMIT
The fruit resembles a rich
-* wn potato, rounded and Slice the fruit, stew In sqrop.
4 h0mbtly oval. The skin is a Add the Juice of a lime. strain
GO .brown, and the flesh is and freeze, addn two teaSpoon-
rosy rust color, tender and fuls of gelate dolved in wa-
9: 7. ter.
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Saaeo in making chocolate. It:
as also an important ingredient
tof blt Ointitnts.
An incense comes from the
4Ma of the tree, and the fa-
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gti e that
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HELPFUL TS


If you are %Wlft d iffiulty
keein yawr -WadMi tomb dean-
and free from rott, try applying
a thin coat of shellac to the tools.

If droopy vels are spoiling
your summer hats, correct the
condition in a minute wth a
vapor-steam Irn. P e your
veil on the riB ua4 be-
tween two she an Ca-
per. Set your 's Mr "fr."
and press.
wmm


When you select a isbtlg
finished fabric, try to t infor-
mation on before
purchasing It. Bewse a- 1f*-
bric that has vi;Mble wmtectaks
or crevices on the wkIs m it.

Walking con e antly iR 1t-
soled shoes tends to caIs e
to sag and callouss to f -i
should own at )leat one pUt
street shoes that feature ai
thick enough to cuian t

Metalltpit and strIpm tf
eateand the hewer acurta
with gold, sliver, and gun
termt a waiter-
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are l tht sever-
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open. (i. &A oan skin
e tW 19 y -ad with
s ht. .Plen-
ty of soulW suddt'si with each
bath reftUWea yser body and
clears the way for esoling off by
the evaporation of perspiration.)
Hot weather, you think, makes
it necessary that you wear
less clothing and.cut down on
underwear. (False. It's best to
Wear porous lookly- woven un-
derwear next to your skin to ab-
sobrb extra persp=tith and in-
sulate the body against outside
heat. You'll feel a .lot safer, too,
if you change into freshly-laun-
dered clothing from tip to toe,
as often us twice a day.)
Someone hab told you that
your hair gets so much sun and
air In the summer that it doesn't
need to be shampooed frequent-
ly. (False. Increased perspiration
coats your scal_ wsh layers of
dirt-calthing oil. A clean head
of hair is a sure way to coolness.
In fact, shampoe your hair much
oftener in the sammertae tO
help your scalp breatheh* .an
keep locks shnntt g wOgh eith.)
Many thipk thoren
less soot in e air Ri *5u
mer, so' bedad loth
A"clean larger. (


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able. They can be t h
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to te sun, without
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towels help to eep e
sweet -and fresh, tOd.
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FOR SALE F
,.. Household
*'1fAOR SALE -25 cycle G. E. Monitor Servd
" top refrigerator. Phone 2-1716. .
" OR SALE.-Modern dressers painted
in colors. Phone 3708. House WA
pbi,., 0954 Amodor_ Rd.
-""FOf SALE:-Frigidaire. 8 fool re- Am
frigerator. 25 cycle, like new, No.
k ; S150. Telephone Balboa 1478. Phenel
"FOR_ SALE -Bargoin! All porcelain *AR31fl
Frigidoare practically new, Easy plfi. ti
:r Spindrier. Emrock woodworking g~fta I.
r, bench and -,se, all 25 cycle IN '. 1
Goamboa. 6-296 House 110-A. 'f 'E
* FOR SALE. Mahogany diningroom
set. Good condition, cheap, see at
No. 16, 4th of July Avenue, Apt.
9. cail 2-2658.
IFOR SALE' Dining table, twelve
K chairs. Table extends to seat 12.
?. Also buffet and serving table. cov
j Glass with top. All solid, dark Gtun
mahogany with carved legs. $350. --A
00. TOJI Borbf 3284. BARGAIN!
Seden, .
FR SALE -
drive it
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FOR SALE: Norto International On
$00 <.c. sl;;e. 1.890 miles. Rac- Tel.
ing accessories. $750. Mcllvaine,
Balboa. 2-3518. FOR SALE
don. Go*
-.'4w INDIAN motorcycle. Phone 3- A. Carr
S'4707 or 3-4640. Mr. Croker.
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roelis Can Laugh
spite Troubles
IML AVIV, July 19 An Is-
navy sailor who reached
after a voyage to and
din the United States said
it his captain fulfilled his
re to save "valuable shells to
at letter.


On the way westward," the
or said, "we passed Gibral-e
on the Sabbath, when Is-
j sps don't fire salutes. On
eStUMr trip we managed to
a bs Strait on Sun-.
t? m no salutes are fired
lee British."
01lls are forever wrackilg
Z bainsa to find a solution
e country's economic
leultMes. With some o them,
shortage of foreign cur-
47 fteetipy ppMortlone1 to

*ke the story bout the dif-
oae between an optimist
t, A.pes it.ln Israel. AM
IE th tthe only way
F 4 thb country's economic
itald be to declare watr on
Unlitedl States. "Such a
L" says fhe optimist, "would
I of Israel's financial
says the pessimist,
Should not do. Where
i we be if our bad luck
s out and we win the war
tst the Americans?"

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(U))-Kdwrd R.
r, 2t of Beston had a
of near tragedies to
before he was gra-
ofiston College and
dekt of thei if-
supreme court.
iktgher was one of the few
survive the torpedoing of a
Tarwt In the English chan-
ftg Wrld War I1. He
udl-Ifte in the Bat-
5ia When he re-
I, was Involved
SidMustria- ac:lidt that
i n the aMpoM.tion at

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fihmtt 0 COmplete, lStift
ers. Mdin deflectors. 195-
, phone 5-336.
1 948 Bick Super Fdtdero
lark S1h, rIdib, this car is
only $330.00 down end
PAN MOTORS INC.
Friendly Ford Dealer
Automobile Row
2-1033 2-1036
,:-1942 Studebaker Se-
ad condition. House 1424-
St. Balboa. Phone 2-3496.
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Sedln Ight ton smet covers A-1
eoindithm, tnly $330.00 down end
drive it awy.
COLPAN MOTORS INC.
yTar friedly eNO Cooler
On Automobile twm
Tel. 21033 2-1036


FOR SALE: Morris convertible
1951, less 4,000 miles $900. Call
Balboa 2-1623.
BARGAIN! f948 Chelry foder
Windoer dark ge, led dve, thisb.
Is a elun es M em N, nily
$330.03 0dw aid mo re I eweM.
*Youw friendly Ferd Weoler
On Autemobile Rev
STel. 3-1068 2-tO ~e
FOR SALE; Want a .g ood' ean
car dt a real bargln? 4' Mer-
cwy, actual mileae 16,000. Tel.
2-1695. Balboa 721-A.


IAIMAINI 1946 Hud. SOwer SIl
leader lSden, grm. o Idher
behise", rdbl a"I r -
PNIStio, gMwteod, only $165-
00 down end delve it EWY.
COLPAN MOTORS INC,
Yea. Friendly Ferd Dewer
On Amumuobile ew,
Tel. 2-193O 2-0M


ARGAINM 1 Hao k dm upeur
Ferder loden light gauy. -Wd
tees, m eeyt ns, exaehlent doiil-
Nln, oroneMod, oly $295.00.,
dewn and drive It owey.
COLPAN MOTOrS 4C.
Yewr Friendly Feud eisep
On Autemehmbe Rew
Tel. 2-1033 2-t103


Atlontic Sociey...
*uibinved prom Pwg. WVE)
"orchid growing hin 195" which
was maest informative anmd en-
joyed by all present -. Dunn,.
who is 'an authority on orchids
and has written various articles
for the Orchid Journal, showed
colored slides of locally grown
orchids and gave a perfect de-
,cription of each 'oUR. .~salow-
lon of slides is one at the best
and most complete to be seen.
The Society is deeply Indebted
to these men for a most pleasant
eventiir and they were Invited to
meet with the group ftl-. -
Door prizes of orchid plants
were given to Mr. T. Ray and
Mr. A. E. Co. Othl In- In-
udd the visos *A i tralboa.,
trugant and 'MA j.. i Har-
w,, M. mna M u. um-
Orvis. Mr anid El'ts W.
Croft. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fels.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. xT Mr. and
Mrs. E A. Cox. iW R i Gra-
hamn. Mrs. Allen Llod, Mr. Hen-
rv P Butcher. Mr. P. L. Boep-
er. Mr Martin Sawyer and Mr.
WTnry Lawrance. .

Masi i aewnshtShV o I*ant
at As ae niMril
The Atantic Camera Club will
meet Monday veveninge, 9r 21. st
the Inter American' w m'
Cl]b boillding it In r egsm4 "o
7:30. A special t aw- .
meet -will be tt of
adities r Jtapsn. l .41, .
o R49na. Ban 3-
sq. TAWP and layih hem
d.'s will b haim by tr C.
, Towtfte .. U, lt,
,recet ,returned ,
wear stav In Jipmauwd
Erntt. All umext. stp wr0* il
attend the mrUting fA ftI l


" 'Pe W'cFqlP tae Io gas
engine and electric motors) two
wheel all metd) trailer. House
1552-A. SGavill. od., Balboa.
FOR SALE:---Chrome and white ena-
mel, 1950 model, chambers, gas
range, used 6 months, thermo
well, in the top gridlb 'and broiler.
best offer over $175. Tel. 82-
51 19, mornings.

LOSI & FOUND
LOST: White plfatic purse with
personal documerflt. Reward. Re-
turn office J. J. cker, Colon.

LESSONS


,POPULAR AN CLASSICAL piano
playing taught, beginners ad-
vanced. Zez Bennett's Studio. Tel.
2-1282.
Position Offered
WANTED:-Secretsry for wrmiruc-
tion firm. Worklhg knowledge of
Spanish required.. Write Box 2036.
Ancon, C. 2. giving exierence
and saolary,

FOR SAL9
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COlVkLAIND, 0. -(UP)- A
wiltt oil driller, William ..
10r1 tn in the middle ot 4
o@M5ersry but meanwhile is
bazMrly reaping rewards f 2ni
1 .= operates a well dri
on Whiskey Island here-a m
made lland which Clevenlal
law OMis: "all filled andi
merged lands belong to the gus.
ple..."
However, the New York OR-.
tral Railroad claims the mg"
has leased It indefinitely W
BRc. In turn, has opeail"4-t
well on the island for s15 K
and has sold his oil to
Oil of O110o (Saoho) during igK
time.
Pending settlement of the -
pute, Sowe sends a track
month to haul away about -
baerre of crude oil, CurW
at $3.0 a 'barrel. It netse aW
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WANTED:-Aute, pay "w pl'ftr
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Mrnils and yea. Place. Inspection
Box 1085. Ancon..
WMfTMED: Portatfe beftisanden
25-6Q cycle. Call Panama 2-251,'
WANTED S1RD aOOK: irds
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nwms, $,00; Touanm, $3.00.
buy ofebW e everything, cane
needed 'In Chep, Colon, ChOer$M
Piae, Vc. Commission b.halt .V'
Bradley, box 16. Pedft
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The Baby Hawkins-Lionel Peralta return en-
gP dnment tonight headlines a four-bout program
at 4wte Colon Arena under the proomiton of Juan
Copeland.
k-' 1 Wta. an early prefight fa- the earmarks of a knock-'ema-
continued to show the de- down drag-'em-out affair be-
tg punch that skyrocklt- cause of the slugging style of
a %Lnto local fame after a se- both boys.
consecutive knockouts in Bennetti"l the harder wal-'
wdghtweight division, lop MAt h Tst is fast improving
However Hawkins expects to and up to now has taken a punch
taMB Peralta's best in the early well. An impressive win over
r rmU then come on for a fin- Bennett will probably move Te-
Ish cop the verdict. In a pre- sis in the mam bout class.
Sviou. meeting. Peralta took a Two four-rountf semifinals will
laKle unanimous decision that round out the card. One brings
ww hly disputed. together Panama's unbeaten (as
I135-pounders will be go- a pro) Beau Jack and Colon's
Sinf all out in order to move in- hope sladro Martinez at 128-
to a lore prominent position in pounds while the other pits Car-
Sthe lags. The betting by fight los Russell against tough Rodol-
1 expected to be about even fo Ampudia.
rion 16d, Admisldon prices are only 75
4W T 8Ix-round 126-pound so- cents general admission, $1.50
I between unbeaten Pedro general rin side and $2.50 pre-
Sl andl Steven Bennett is a ferred rin ide. Children will be
| thriller that has all charged cents.

r rPut Whammy On Those

Fired Him As Commissioner
b- By aIos GoYATf
SNBA Spor Eftr
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ICSTOR -)July 19 When
S-pf hir off as oommig-
Albert i tM i Cband-
the Or-leage own-
ho bult the caSe iut
rt wold be fr out
a Cndler sure put the
8y gh te. a run-down
mlt the eome tax people.
l t necessary to change
and the Oardinals

occetve manager, Tom-

-ttendance is I mbe .ebly
the situlation grwIng
e ciub fallng oaut o
t, after brifn proi
In the Spring, Car.
Ia Dhad to shake aA
Ith tbe s hslles' pi Yq


= lIn order to run
7 couldd be the ex-
3Mtiv the rule, ml-
'Q.' Ohhandler curse had
ia n "ce am panic struck-
I4t made the deal whioh


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strong candidate for the cellar
Into a violent contender. T h e y
gave the Nationals, who pre-
sented a aerry picture, fresh
faces, a new deal all around.
The Indians went along with
COChandler and outside of Luke
saster's egg, haven't suffered
unduly.
8o did the Red Box, to be re-
warded by Lou Boudrean's skill-
ful maneuvering of thelr young-
sters. The Tigers okayed the de-
posmed dictator and the turn-
stles u despite a sustained
The Dodgers and Giants were
in Phan4ler's corner, and are
heaud $d r another tWo*,o rA e
race down the streKb, a odgh
they lost key men. The pro-
Chandler Cubs, lightly regarded
n training, got the money ear-
V, could Come back like a bloke
with a wininnng teket. The Reds
had o objectlom to Chandler,
1at laat got rid of
S. T'haTM was same*-
thing. Peit'm also we.n.4
along, had to start rebuilding,
anyway. I
Meanwhile, Happy Canoer
hbat a headache in a carlead.
AI A LOAMWD IT
1N0 AL FIRST STOP


B dnch Rickey sent Fresco
Thompson to Caracas "bltnd" In
late November, 1948. aSot
Th7q1mpon landed In Veneausla
A the fldat of a revoltMon.
Tpioln recommended two
P Chico Carrasque MId
oinqadleton. The latter, who
had plAyed with the Negro
American League Chicago 11-
aqta, was the athlete Rckey,
the the mahatma of Brooklyn,
had in2 mind.


tors it the ram, Pebdleton is now pla y-ing
on Isn't- finished shottop for Montreal. The
Dodlr have to make up their
between now ad ab rt
P oIN OIN spring; and, with a pronounced
1t sith In this swing, he Is not hav-
tina gtqd year.
th stuck with h I W e Royals altne, the
trades tra. sorm- Brooks have four prospemoAs wy
Waton tab fc a foruprs prtzfr to Psndleton.


NOTICE

Il f #*,ii rralzona Bar-.RAtaurant In
|.l announcingg the re"pning
i~f*'^ply ^ turday, July 19 with
.'W. lE--" at the Limits. were
every day from 11 to 12


-AL


BadRac "F-2" Fgs.
rune.: S O 1:45
1-%--Ochaito G. 8Snches 112
2-El Mono J, )awa, Jr. 115
3-Vi-arre V. Caatilo l117
4-Lonely Molly I. SMvera 116
5-Opex B. Af e 117
6-AvivatoB J.ravo 112
i sla Ic -r' tem -4-I Fgs.
Purse: PMfi.U1--mu8 4 ea 1:45
OneJ

3--!Beah Bun .Bv 0o 115
1-1PS *no J.AV. 116






1-B. Tardes) Rafael 114
2-La Negrs ) V. a1tz. 117x
3-afaveral H. eyes 113x
4--Grlto y Plata 0. o 120
5-Duaue Joe Rong 110
6-Raymond V. cJYShl 114
7--l Indio P. Precott 114
8-Tap Lady B.U ~m o 114
---La Buerte R, aqez 114
10-Domino V. Ord6ez 116
8th Raee "H" Impote 1 Mile
Purse: $400. Pol Closes 2:55
1-Wild Wire J. Bema, Jr. 113
2-Paris A. Basin 120
3-Mlis Fairfax B. Agulrre 130
4-old. Triumph 3 Bravo 116
5-Thalgar V. Ord6it 112


1-Supersticlosa) A. Basan 114
2- aTuptresa) E. Silver 104
S-a on K. ldees '120
4--Fi-1baro 1. Mbreno 120
5--Chofee Brand I. Julfit 120
--CoragElo 0. Chans 106
---arela 0. Bravo m e
8--Av. Rod 0. CaatfHle M
7tlh Uaq a or 14
Second & of t Dowbie
1-Pincel K. FloreU 118ie
2-Prince Hamlet Z. Dario 120
3-6un Cheer V. Ortega 114
4--Mr. Foot A. Ubidia lIV
5-Pla C. Islesias 112
6-MtBgo E. Jian 11;


Mh Rae 1-2' I1mprted--4
FPua:: -WL.0 Pool Closes
Quluiela
1-eAmelamo A. TbfdO
2-Oan DIa 0. SAnchez
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0. Cruz
5--HS-SSD A. Phillips
6-Apprise B. Aguirre
7-Port'r's Star V. Ord6fiez
8-Bedlam V. Rodriguez

9th Iee "CO Bmpted-7I
Pa -se: *IM -a el Clo-esI
O1N-Two
1-Bendegiu V. CasttlloI
9ROe Lr. C. Ltno I
s-fAm&ijiter F. Aresom. I

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small allegedly sat to the roof ei
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Pleau hum W&
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Red 8ox for Flly
the son of tlfrti rrVrfioW.
phens.

h *ty. ms

U!TLfe BLAUM
The Little Leage, which it
conducted by the phystucl Edu-
cation and Recreation Btanh 0
the Division of Schools k
sponlsoe by the Sumbr K
crevtl on Co te, cotW
pleted the last game of the se0-
on4 half.
or a.scalo* t oed the sd
for aM arD"ttaft* ond m
Afleyne from the Coiner aggre-
gation. Escalona turned in a ne-
hit, no-ran 4-0 m.
It was a hardf ale u to the


1S3OMB RALF STANWO&
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V tODAY'S GAMES
at St. Louis.
k at Chicago.
at Pittsburgh.
plla at Cincinnati (1).
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uarantees a trip to ,*M -
D54 to any sponr wt to
S vest $350,000. '
The white-hatired ebutttr, ,
ho retired this yer from the
ntversity of MinnesOta .t the
age of 68, plans a trip fIr. the
year 1954 beoua h believes
that the planet wocld be i the
moat favorable posdon for the
ervatloni he wants to make
oere.
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tble life, and where there Is ve-
gtable life there can be animal NBW Yoitc r- 171(
f-even a race of hdman be-Mm Fir sw ie No r

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