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S. BERLIN, July 13 (UP) Soevt oidAmerican eci
ron, authority~ caused in a title e Of. Butter" d,
th.e hungryest Germo s 4 twee, 4d biherw me
iew refusal to mceqt Ptesident EIsenhowr's fnd
Dspit e th a min ,endm Cnmmist- East 5 MG
4ovu steer's scornful rfts belp, the Umitd
wa ruing the first shipM .w f flour, lard, dried
The fint load was expected to le New York fer
Germny lwsrt y-
The Communists were string mifily to offset tke
America offer. .
aer an rood minlater W Bt Berlin said. Be meant
h announced that asiunw et rle m
of margarine will be visalon Into Jerlin to
Dle in the third quar- the Jaue 18 dig, an
1953 and that the go' rejected St t ood otfer.
answor 0 no petoC arair n te~fa rn t
of Moit and r ea *WCUNy
s d In Motm Well u e.
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mfrnk- dt ,offer," Adeaber aW S
Moner"- I MoscoWs the sorse i
ms fj meat I back at
StraAd t like her's ofer th a char
-" ** U. 8. agents lamented t
eanviS-e tthemwmu moupt- Ing there last month w*
Int. t III"Ger- contributed to thd food
my i fla Furthernna, Russia
a re- ban sent foodstuffs to.
VO Nria. oermway, and stande
one was give wht addltlt
eW =,nmay be tim elph g
s ert la Be- erment A d.
Rusut deanmmced the o hr
f e o ii mi a "Mauda maneuver."
Sa to MMos- aS3t Gersan gata
4Mhs"nDot (CeimS c ono Page ss C.
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SU O e nhoIwer' S y i
b In Food AnywqL
'aot to relatIvesin
R ISSrt~ At OO 'NEW YOB IK v 13 J)Y.u
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lf 'ng Theft deier
heaMring for two Ruu@laai 554
be et Balboa 'atit Mam
V trbt's OMut WedneMday make s 1o01
e Both allermo Fel- but b as n B lsan
tt Peruvian, sad Allen B the Voice mSM In a
%ka Pam manian appear- tary beamed
aln mourt this mornit. world today.
It IM Chasre that t The Voice,
ajad Iftakel stole hieets of cor- of Prest
fCated rdoftla hr dmUi. lte for Mla
u vand at ap- said the
"SD.lhast.been tied for Stawtes hTist
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Dmt Nus Gets Loaudest h
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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W on A O , ae-VAce 1 so *4oc By Victo Aed R
Victor Riesel is on a l -
THIS Is YOUR PORU1' THE READERS OWN COLUMN to Europe to cover v*i -
bor news breaking i that
E p e arena. Today, whlebe .
an route; uBet"or 41axantd 'l
Wiley (I., Wi.),
The Mail Boa is an open forum for raders utf The Panomo Amwr- Senate Foreign Relatlens O es
ken. Letters are rceivd grefully and are handled in a wholly confi-. mittee, is substituting for him
nI manner.as guest columnist. ie r at,
s. you contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the Rieseul's columns frto e er
ats u ay. Letter are published i the order received. seas will bgi tomnaSW,
S Plhse try to keep the letters limited to one pa length. WASHIN ON, D. C.~l, t
S density to letter writers is held in strictest confidence. 0histole demonstrations (t the
This newspaper assumes no rsponsibility for statements as opinioa workers of fast Berlin on June
eopressed in letters from reeerm 17, 1953, and subseq 0r -..
S- 0 a- co-.stitute some of
inspiring actions ever' td'a
COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS occurredisn t e ha stty k. of
man's resistance to- typaniiy
Balboa Hts., C. Z. They may weB matk a ta q
"1Dear Sir: Ing point in the attiflde a
S Have been expecting It Breakfast Service To Be Stopped the labor movement thrB
Pat Admin Building, that is! With the crowd growing smaller, and the world toward Co
'profits necessarily following suit, it is probably unavoidable. How- For all time, the mtam i
ever, would like to ask if it is necessary to stop coffee serving, been ripped off the Kretialn Uas
also. Surely, at a nickel a cup, enough Drolit Ia made to at least '-a champion of thq wor .
Break even I The Soviet machine tst
It Is the. request of quite a good-sized group of people who which ripped Izito th -
f necessity arrive 15 minutes early, at the Building, that some starting wqckers and
arrangement be made. for this simple service. One girl, to make stalart members of -tf MA
and pour coffee, would probably be able to handle it maybe Berlin population shattered tat
aven sell doughnuts or rolls. This would satisfy nearly everyone, phony mask of worMd Consmiu-
tand not tend to further lower the mor. le of these employes, which nm. The Red slogan, "Work- .
lr sinkin gfast enough as it is. Not only is it absolutely necessary ers of the world, unite" has
to arrive by. or even before, 7:00 a.m. to get cars parked, but quite now become, "Workers of the
'a number are dropped off by drivers who are going on to their world, die beneath Re bue."
*own employment. The few who depend on a really substantial In the free natld t
breakfast can get it elsewhere but a cup of coffee, with qr with- ately, for many yeam 0
.Out a doughnut, starts the day off right for most of us even overwhelming number of'.eadrs
Aough we've had a hurried cup at home, before we left. andd the rank and ile-f d '. -
NHow about it? ganized labor ha Wi 'If ed
Morning Blues their ranks against Commmu-
nist infiltration and have tak-
TRAINS AND COMFORT en. a stalwart stand against .
SAncon, Canal Zone. the Kremlin'l pollc
Darir: There has le howTer
Week-end trains, especially the one leavdlg Colon Station on In the Unlt; .
unday-night at 10 p.m., (Trkin No. 6) are always crowded b~- other free n .- -
ause there are only two second class coaeh attached to said core of Com miOd!st -
train. t tIhe lajor lam t t. f
ver Is responsible waits until 5 or minutes prior to I
departure to attach another coach, then everybody who is looking In many free O S I
or eat asaras to rush. I falto see how two coaches can handle Comm .t
er t of the seats. They also play card games occupying more union m eatS pp A
ce and they are allowed on the train before the cash paying still wronly ide B O I
sera.over, la nmaouera .
hahk in advance for better service. the working man's
John Rider the fight for bett It seems to me that Am urisprudence ticular
better working ea is might profit by the recent of Judge air rashes
"SELFISH PEOPLE" better pay and better a.are Donald.7 tiemore, the Big .tice who int PQO,
ir: P of the goad t~blahi .t e tei te the, j to And the irted John B. L wt
I, too, am a great fan of the "Mall Box" and enjoy reading for laboring P0ople. 1u~sl"aae-or nt n in.the i of his Wife, he slei
the letters of complaints and praises of this and that. Such identification ts, of and to disregard the other kHUnlls dread
But I tnk the one from Mad at One was really quite course, absolutely unjustified. that Christie's counsel freely d 14 an el-
dde ining. There is no greater enemy of fort to prove him mad. It co
Why Is It no one cares ablut the service man raising hip th cause of labor than the mildly
andhard of living? Communeit tyranny. The. The judge said a very. true In the sum-. person
Iam the wife of a A/2c, living in Panama City (we're notof the labor movement i re- ming up. "Thp abnormal ai~i neessarlly right
tled to live In the Zone quarters not being n the upper three P for man's dignity, respect mad. It Is not difficult for a to m wa tice re
grades) and paying a terrific price for an apt. We've had to b .Lt h est .sweat of has mad when I did It' when he o other de- sn't f
struggle each month to get by and sometimes having to go into f fense. Insanity Is an easy pl ke. ,Nor iste tim
he red. Now with the cut it Is going to be even harder. Com i is an assenealt uo enough to say that a a bnorgTl' .asx
You're right about most of the fellow in service here not man's dtnity i and an utter ,odd' euse. a n .
g too much heavy work but then I don't see you Zone em- dirreg ni of bi sweat the atrem n normal.
break t your backs either. In fact most of your wives se0 r sof l rt ? u the w bu ne we o
ve reasonable maid service and the govt. sees to It that your the v to be t he is ut he
eAre kept up in good shape so as not to soil your hands. dre to be driven, until h aheye po plewh
Civilians have a union to fight for better wages and extra for ed aot, ohr ution o e l Whov
rtimse bit'the guys in service t in a lot of extra bouts, away abo .r.
ram home frequently at night, ave to pay for equipment that prsue. that t o of B aure, dtha'.. o neraga nii
ts lost. stolen, or broken, get a stripe taken away for things you what hs occurred in Eay tm
Csth on the eLint u we haves t ever made in th time aOS e ..a alra dear s ateia ieadiy u iiset ti
aCommunism. And in the pro- nast quit. capable e knowing whr t he s doing
i IMhONTAL 4 Natural fat cess of telling that story, and wheithat I was wrong or not.
1 American 5 Comrade cann a d inuat not be over- In any the atlh Jury decided that Mr.
ci wsin (slang) stat Christie, t eeek, mfld sex-ker, was quite in- A.
l t 10 CIty n of .elr On B|etrary, Shtie
An Cheia 2s revriious ndi heaeejIn million under itsi atpi b albeaeansouis "So
as18 joints verification 33 Tent 48 Roman h;a, ,
S Threatens 22m Biblical aterpilllar emperor a"- S( o-tb-eacs. ore W -t .
I31. Italian npme leader 35 Tooters 50 New Mexico sueh C outbreaks.
SMr ome 24 Enurats 40 edeid place river .c l fact beftorte wn
--1meic--nt2b Rusiin 43 Lel wron 51 One .n hdemragovrnres
N co (slang)plant 5 Piece out
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|4 Yerse.in tsb ')therenn of "the
Inlacp all fre and demon- Pe theai o
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Ter empty packages of Marvels are worth money!
YOU CAN WIN
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or ie 1Caun Zone for one official "chance" on the
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FORCHANCES AND IKES At:
a Cinco de Mayo,
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bP" cigae e A individually wrapped and
in o.phAane to g'amntee you
SIE MARVELS TODAY
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Pulling Among Studfnts
Again Thrives, In Germany
BONN. Germany, July (UP), r. man students have been,
A-Most West' German univer t6y ,dl ng as longt as there ha' e
student corporations nowr eqnw t universities, and have
members to. fight at lest one jwltatood the attacks of scores
duel: while some demand six, the of g"yerm6mnts. There have been
weekly magazine. Spiegel, has }ust enough high-ranking sup -
~norted., porters Of student 'duelling, such
.Duelling has beer revived,. RWailser Wilhelm II. who claim-I
,lpiegel said. by the generatioWs ed it brought out 'the 'courage
e'thar too old or too young- tb 'and the strength,needed later in
fleht in World War II. The so- life," to keep them going.
niled "front generation" came Opponents of ..duelling say
home seeking only jobs and that, aside from the human mu-
pecet. -' tilation involved, It tends to take
-But 93 of the 97 student corpo- priority over study which, after!
nations which form the "Coburg all, is the reason universities are
Convent," one offour West Ger- operated.
rman-wide student organizations. Duelling has undergone a con-
irew require each member to siderable change since the 18th'
ff*ht t least one duel. the mag- century, when the challenger
Paine declared. Twenty-four of would go, sword in hand, around
these corporations require at to the home of a prospective op.-
'last t\vn. 16 require three, eight Iponent and shout Insults at him
reouire four four. four require from the street until the maun
five. and one in MuenMter. re- challenged would storm down-
anil'es six duels before members stairs to do battle. A lot of stu-
are fully accepted into the cor- dents died in duels in those days.
pf" c'!in. Nowadays, however, students
"h'ho Old Men." alumni who wear protective clothing and
control the cnrporation*s because their eyes are covered by gog-
they provide their funds. started gles, But the faces remain un-
,t1-- movement to revive duelling protected, to ensure that sooner
.afttr +he Nazi government or later the face will be cut by a
w h~ch flllp1 the. universities in sharp saber tip.
the immediate postwar years. Students prefer a three-cor-
had little interest In- duelling, nered scar, but a long, curved
iairc- learned enough of "com- one will do. If the, cut is so thin
pdehlin"" and courage in the as 'nt to leave the desired scar,
force of thp enemv in seven long a bit of salt rubbed in the wound
verq of di-st'rous war. does the trick, although strictly,
speaking, this is niot sporting.
Authorities Firht It A Frankfurt lawyer wrote to
Spiegel compiaignRg about its
0ut the universities now are, duelling expose.
Filled with the "front venera-i "You just don't understand
tlon's" kid brothers. who were why we duel," he wrote. "Boxing!
Just too youne to fif:bt. in thesis just as bloody, but you never
l"st war. and who feel they have attack that sport."
Ito )rove their courage by acouir-
'in P flaming eh"-k scar in ai
asr- or saber mtfch.
A erlin del-'.i't ,, to the 1951
.'-^.~ pf the "Cobure Con- I L?
.,VP-" -%' -"It' "-n plnot rrarge up II O
p 'S "'* fr' ,'eprv Ie- e,' r lt! I r
-Il vop,ernment 'v- tPrie to, WASHINGTON (UP) An-
pr ent tr e rvvo of duelin cestors of the ,lowly spider were
Sbut rent the federal co .rt te do cnant creatures of the
,peoultted a q'oettingen student earth- half a billion years ago.
,accused of illegal duelling. so the But their 20th century cous-
'tovernmmnt appears to have lost,ins have seei the light. At least
k .. .. i they can bask in the sun in-
,' nthe Tchool ,thnor t.irsi Std -of crawling along the
4- thef t'. I le. 'oeir 'imuuady bottom of tWe sea.
A '' "owe' to The.,i ancient predecessors,:
o known as trilobites, left their
mark for posterity because they
4 ln- q u. serI qnar nvy lv rec- vere soveredi by a hard shell,
tors "'ith one eye on v'oneyed impressions of which have ben
al.mni. ._ found in fossils.
According' to Dr. Christina,
R. ...i o R ....Lochman of Chiccago, who has
Revolution --Record recently completed a study of
.To Rochester Library, thmsera, the shell of the trilo-
b. %vAs both R protection and
R3GHES'rTFr. N. T. (UPI A a hazarci. It covered only the
,3w','ct d 40-~- i nmi'scrip ack oi tI,. animal leaving the
'cOc'ainl;ai a ieco id of activities ,,rallote- which normally
'during 783 of an infantry ~ 'g lg the sort mud
Ipaty in the Revolution, has 1een rzIzIU M ull Ierable if the creai
'presented to the library here i ture was rolled over by a wave
The book contains the activi- or a larger animal.
ties of Capt. Nathan Goodale's Dr. Lochman believes the
,unit. 5th Massachusetts Regi- trildbites were sea bottom scav-
%ment, stationed at West Point, enters. They were equipped
N.Y., while the treaty to end the with short legs and antennae
'war was drawn. The book.wa' and pushed their way in a sinu-
given to the library by Edward ous manner ,along the sea's bot-
Prior of Rochester. tom i r burrowed In the soft mud
Largely a listing of names, the in qluest of dead or dying organ-
'boo' records furloughs, civilian Iislma.
,occupations, clothing and arms They fed themselves by push-
.1issued to the 68 men in the ing thli' prey toward their.
group. fPurloughs "from whence mouths with their feet, assisted,
,to what place" were signed by perhaps, by the water. current.
Gen. George Washington. In De-i The present-day spider has
cember, Pvt. Nathan Walker re- come a long way. It has the
ceived a new shirt end pair of ability to rollinto a tall When
shoes. A month later a musket, attacked-L defense mnechan.t o
tthree flints and 29 cartridges its early hard-shelled ancestors
.,-were issued. might have found handy.
|mlJKIS WEL KIN Planetee
By Colbrai t
"Your wife told me not to Ull., you any more candy--,
she's trying'tO 1, e'off a fw pounds and would
MANTO LOOK UP TO-Tih erd i- uiiimmed- J
"agulb. Egypt's strong man, even 4as n-the eyes of this throng,'
,hlch listens as Egypt's first Premier and President addresses the.
*Mople from a balcony bf the Republitan Palaoe iN Calro. The pal-
ace was formerly known as Abdin .PVh1. until Naguib abollisheig
the monarchy. and sent one-time ang Farouk into exile.,
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That's Our Pop
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* ,A. 1 D th Forest Blaze
18 WLai U-rfI, July 13 (UP) questioning before Patton con-
Rad asu ron. eased. Bait and district Ot*Qo Wy
lo wl Ijailtoiday Clyde H. Larimer said the yoeio
be 0 deams of father or three broke down only
1 med, l i raging forest when shown pictures of the
tr e. charred bodies of the fire's vic-
=.8ta k. aPtton told tilms
f An blaze to have a "Okay," he said. I'lltellyou i
tB t e the true story. I did it. I di it.
or It of cop tant t I arted the fire."
n toat-.'he blaze broke out last
tend Civil Th. is d'ay, trapping 14 missionary
e"t p.traneea of the New Tribes Mis-
S"slon and .ra ePorest Service em-
. ploye in a canyon as they sat
MMs B2 o tati 9Jint W 11 down to est. When found, their
ItC Chi also will .. hands were dug into the loose
d W. Paynd il tour of the Stra- rock and gravel. as If trying to
and Air dig away from the searing heat. 0
agegate e J m bejinbing Eleven others escaped by head-
Ifor the se.a eNEW .D,eJuly 13 Ini another direction.
.e to MenAnsip". r a mPacifich wet (UP,- SoY gun-ale said when Patton broke
athey oaa. lRdg 0 NA whom- man, p hia woman down yesterday. he told of a se-
'm-heO P a " aa ll ,.ullu ver e na ay thr1te. .The sheriff said Patton not on-
e as hief n in fire b ao confessed to start- tion for fine Diamonds Is im-
wtaIe I o o be aedn th! n 4L, oas ( n che
of.a Locarce o and o o fl 'ofl otin other owing i- ing another blau e which was pDortant to you...for In buying
IM31e l, e1Wop 40M=,nap ride.:
SL an e- the .0 Thare ta tively I den- quickly ex*ui mped. precious gems you must be able
d A dly ____ovef .M'nday.tife I It was the federal to rely on the dealer who sells
J le tied b Aberdeen,government would precute Pat- them! Come and t our
Ib e 3a.0 f uneS Dol eDkota. ton because the fire was started "Symbol of Love" and "Art-
tt" li"or1 s'Nu.mbyS In a National park a Dao Rigs
of8Wasa kil e V otIn.the Sale said Patton was question-
,LeN I'4a"- bac k of1 W Mib h oht ed when it wa d discovered he TH
a stop Rad- tto arr est weatr bw esses said. owned a car similar to one seen
BeI'to. ]to&, LosdO, Muml wa mnond gatiur- near the forest the day of thef D TY
'*U1 ''I '" Th include IIdheA V&&dwithiemuan- d a.ya the -gunman fire, day o D .T
.14 Ale ip" go d T.h, Wtt ttMl p-ai Aehok Into F. & Girilarllo I A l Mf 0 N*D E N TME0N
Soumig is cAf wh.* with Au thlorltle s sa V Patton did not R D M C N
JWmr ew t .. rltremazefrS htmers et e t Bae oohe t STORE 161 CENTRA AVENUE, PANA
NOW g ym the street of.Mtopr of a ffthters. Igo IIribe o t po-
f daugh c'hef l reati P. the cats e and foreAst ne e nesti-
't hethehehrone idt he m oeid he oahAfrom
te aoftl hti public 1 unit lih chARdren.W "iche but into
.T- ln of el No.ed to at- yle r' M Sd s 1 aDiNavyNC
m,... tld newother. 20 ea1 and a.id tmvarous
.u... nd A o a i Of d now details ____h__ow_,____.________________m__________m_
butD'vrm afraid go! randhe 14" *.M the New
.SlMiIe.d Str mwre anowran InI ode W..ae
Sc_.WeLLor4.Wed ow rad or Ehast bermany. ee t e ars
fo ftClnnr olar fietlas an 4 e co the add
asrasalooloandl .om tt o to eat nld ra-o
held she1W tgis saithinchitheo
... .. .6 d..o .j .ge b_ .. -__ "PARIS REVUE"
t :30 e t the Most lagof`12
A, satther.e .fi ."."LTHEr mAUr NI C
.d ,he doano1o rself "k O m p t te.
'' -ntoWheet dhrei mak "t ts n01 In-t ch a n inton I'heys. oow,
" "an 'eAta deo t ton sa llv w n i-t oeat slca -
Ubm -dnS f mtleltho o c a field an yt ead.a ,oh be ba k E T
b m *foThKr on -omua .
toC A N"Tby thefBallet oftthe
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;AID OF C.Q TON FASHION
Wednesday, J 9 p.. te patio
For ,emt m e PANAMAA RED CROSS
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Il Md iStIUIt.e cotton ajtuionf desi gMd
4rtme andd fh .atyUats..local debs~u
,Motw's Bazar Frances -
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TMB PANAMA AMEICAN., l
You Se'em ... When You TeIrImu- P.t
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices a No. 7. "i S6e1 Paumi.
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n
No 4 TiTull Avg.-Phone 23-228. and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Via Ispafin No. 34 Panama. R. P.
(Bella VitV a Theatre Ede.)
Agenda Internacional de PubliUcadone
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3$1 -
Carton Drug Start
10.050 Melndes A.t..-Phae 355 Oe
o, street amlp aUtfSt *St.
Phones 2-2214 I Mm7
-- ... : .:" I
7 7- 77.-- ,7
FOR SALE FOR SALE
A. -About OLr FOR SALE: 1951 Renault 4-door
r -HREE STRIKES Sedan, clean, 40 MPG SHAFF.
CHRISTMAS CLUB Navy Pacific 2474 or 3124
"Bzar Americano FOR SALE: Hillman convertible
Panoma & Colon '52. Financing possible & Cadillac
;:OR SALE -Dinmngroom set bedroom Coupe '4.9, both duty free. Sail-
*O' set, bookcase 4th of Jul A,:-nue. ing. 3-1773.
No. 61. Apt I FOR SALE.-Chevrolet 2 ton Stoke
OR SALE: Househo d effects. Body Body Truck Inquire at No.
I Quartermotler 259-B, G a t u n. 21 Juan 8. Sosa Street.
*, phone 5-43 FOR SALE: 1941 DeSoto coupe.
$r-R 5ALE.--Gas reti. g-rair. 8 1, I new fires, muffler, exhaust pipe. tai
Cu. Ft. originally 1296.00. now pipe, $300.00. House 1544, Bal-
$225.00. Call Ft Gul ck 88-908 boa
OR SAL" --\e.,elan bl nds, olum;- FOR SALE.-'38 Packard Convertible
num- '.1 1C 53 50: Sedan, good transportation, $100.
S68"," S, I C. 17 00 S' x hone Curunau 3264. House 2136-
t 10'" $2 'io .d Auiorma r A. F 6lh Sr.
Econonr.ar wo0,.ng machine. 0- FCR SALE--1951 Ford 2 door. Good
-Cyle. $185.00. House I 30-A condition. Good t.res See at 623-
SPhone 6-2.C Ancon Blvd PIone Barboo 1792,
-h ". between 10 o. m. 7 p m.
SFOR SALE.-Complete set hou.holdi FOR SALE Used Cars: 1949 Ford
'iurr.uitre Call during office hourS Panel. 1-'2 ton. duty paid, $550.-
STel. Bab0'0 1530 00. 1948 Buick, 4 door Sedan.
S-i-SALE,-Lvngroom couch $3 aom.t free. $875 00. Call during
S 00, moahcgonv corner cabinet 50. office hours Tel. Balboa 1530.
'" 00; n-odern chaor with p'osrc bed- FCr SALE -1948 Buick Convertible
P tb.ng $1 300 Norge gas '.toe $60 ; uper, in excellent condition at
00. All -tems in excellent con-' bnrgain oPie.-'outomatic wvndc.ws
ditor' r, '. 4. Colle Gerardo One- Good radio. Excellent motor. Call
go. A 3 telephone 3-5414__ Panama 2-2370.
R LE --G'E refr.geror:r 25 FOR SALE:-1950 Crosley Hotshot
c e. $60 00; 1-4 H P. wah- 14.1000 miles, radio, new top
rrahe mor 25 cycle $10. Phone 2-4211, 0777-L, William-
2 00 Single bed, spr nis. maitres son Place.
$10.00 Table and four chair. -------
? $17.00. Phone A'brcck 7221. FOR SALE
O'RR SALE:-One I ,ngroom set. re. o I -
frigerator. wash ng machine. 2 Boats & Motors
; electric fons. 2 record payers --
, Everything in perfect condition FOR SALE-22 fot fishing cruiser,
' Sacrifice price Son Pablo.Sr. 771 65 H. P. Willys sea jeep motor.
Apr.. - Perfect condition. Sleeps iwo Call
Ap A from pm. Stanley. Bplba Yacht Club, 2693
'R SALE --- 25-cycle refrigerator or Panama 2-2341.
r -betroom furniture. fence ng a n c
"I bamboo shades for Gavilan Duplex. Help W anted
violets. water colors. Misc. article
S.,including daybeds. House 1507-B, MAIDS for all occupations. Best sal-
,1 Akee St Balboa. 1 J. Kennedy. Nores. Call orderlv attired wit h
4 .phone 2-300). Call in person or three pictures, health certificate.
ot phone ebetieen 3.00 p.m and 6 references. No- charges. C I p I
n. _P v'anda,. fhru Thursdo. SERVICES" 2nd floor Bella Vista
R SALE -Qortuaermaster mao. _Thtre. ___-___
"h .ny furnturet eleci;c sewin WgANJED.-Mdad for ookiftg, house.
pine., 1-porcelain refr.Beritcr, workc.nd care of 3 children, good
I rdi. phonograph tutbi, sIfir. Phne 25-3512.
m cleaner, oal 25-cycl SlrIln ,. -
with nnersoring matter nWTED .'u rreFned co0k. Calle
I cactus, wheel toys, (M, ..
AMERICAN HOUSEWIVES procure
best maids. identification, refer-
ences, health certificate recorded,
from "CIP SERVICES," 2nd floor
Bella Vista Theatre, phone 3-0881.
e yea ews e 61mkbpu pgbtee
Wa^de AkehMusAem efpeliiium. leg
20, 1 A-,. ,. 2.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" Street cor-
ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Ask About Our
Panama & Colon
FOR SALE: Beauty. shep furniture
& equipment.Shampoo bowls, dry-
ers. permanent wave machine,
glass top dressing tables, partitions,
manicure tables, mirror, utility
tables, shampoo chairs etc. Vary
cheap for quick sale. Call Balboa
Ask About Our
Panama & Colon
FOR SALE:-Eight used fluorescent
4-tube inaustrial lamps. Inquire at
No. 21 Juan B. Sosa St.
FOR SALE:-One Fotolarger and de-
veloping equipment. Perfect for
amateur or beginner. $30.00. C.
Perrt Jr., Colon. Phone 114 8 dur-
ing the day 728-J during nite.
FOR SALE:-CARRIER 7-8 HP used
air conditioning cabinet unit, in
ood condition. Inquire at No. 21
uan B. Soso Street.
FOR SALE: One each, girls and
boys bicycle; electric train Roleflex
Camera. Phone 5-437.
FOR SALE:-Full length and selqves
-i. r__ i .- -- A..,
pPhIlU.. Oceanside cottages, Suft
ClIra, Box 435, Balbo6. .- a
Parfan 83.1877, Cristoboa Iy5
Grp j4l .. Santa Cleam
ta=. ElIctric Icebofe pq .
rate rates. Telephone i44
Gamboaf 4-567, Pedro Mifu.-
WIllnams' nta Clara Boch edft ,
2 bledroo refrigerator, .& 4Jh
reatr Balbe oa -305-
FOR RENT: Nicely furn.ish n-
dependent concrete chalet., idud-
Irl eletidc refrtgerotbr, 2-Whd-
roomS, pariqr, porch, diningmen,
kitchen, garage $95.00. Inquire
112 Vi4 lelisario Perr Miar
FOR RENT:-Furnished house in Cr-
rasquilla facing golf course. 2 bad-
rooms. Information telephonaro -
0 09. .
FOR -RENT: Fyrnlshed houe in
'Bella Vista: 2 bedrooms, living- nd
dfninlrobrna, two porches, maid'
FOR RENT!-Fumished residence in
Bella Visto. Calle Venezuel No ,1.
* four-bedaroonw, 9 bothrsem, haf
water, mold's quarts. Informr-
rwo 0d ft MI re.. *isudh e"nd
unfumlsh a p o, en-
closed grden. 8 t(hf WIt.
New Crlstdbl. e T pha Calm
FOR RENT;:-wo bedroorw furnished
apartment In Bella Vista. oHeotse
Mary Sol, Ave. Juno Arnomelw
73-A. Cell 2-2ail1.
muskrar coar t On oe seen at Tm FOR t ENT:-L -rtmnts.nd.
ofhJul OR N.ENT.1-La.t rtments.m
of July No. 19. erh in hew building, Vip EsE R 6&
FOR SALE:--Foreign flowers. Tolls- 'Eusebie Moriles. Ldge pqqrtament
man. American Beauty, ferns. etc in 44th street M. 29, upsflirs.
Bargain prices. Phone 2-2950. For sale Summer., home in Juan
F~R SAE.ne ' Pink, i-i Diaz. Tel. 2-1322. ftomn'9 It 12
FOR SALE.-One 3' x 5' Pink Chi-.i"nd 3-1914 from 416 "7p M.
nOse Nichols Rug. Originally par 14
of three piece bedroom set. Tel- FOR RfNT: *--, Mqdern furnished
phone Balboa 3489 or 1460 be- .apartmnqt,- .one unfurnished fo(
tween 8:00 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. fl e." rWednc P
Monday thru Fri~ly. _
old articles Rorker, 7143.-' AL A&1. FOR SALE-Baby Gan4 Piano. $375. s t.. :'
fridPo. Balboo. 2-2874 IL__ TJ3l\ jI 00. Call ofter 12 o'clock. 2-1658- Just W.newq
--- 1544-A. Mango $ Balboa. ithre* d apartments.
Motorcyc FOR SfLE:-Large mahoggny gu
FOR SALE. FOR SLE-'49 Indian 500 cc vt cabinet, mahogany couch bed. FOR -F nt,
and 53' arial square four, both ex- home movie screen, tripod, hand Lt ~Ui F
Real Estate __ cellert condition Call 4-57 electric drill and gander, cabinet i $-20.-
your lot you can get a fine horr House 120 Pedro Miguel. radio record player, spotlghts. Tel- O I' i 6'.
of 2 bedrooms bui;t of wocde, phone 3-3774._ '.
structure upon concrete columns T FREE Four Seyen Week o I d FOR cEN'.Cool furnished'loa sed.
For $4.000.00.-For details call 3- V ljI G puppies. Ioong for good home, "rodrot'eBmrtment in Bella Viea Call
2189 .Nw. B Wo kWl9 Lee Rtgbw..a10M. Amerdb-Rlod. 3-4194.'* "
---- FOR SAL..9 ma 12 Broadlmni rug FOR RI4T:- fwWirshe aptment,
7R SALE--Country home in New with rubber underpad, 6 x 8 ft. red- suitable fr wetfa couple, kitch-
Gorgono; completely furni hld; 'Marine Game Pishes of the, wood Iades, 12 aluminum vnep- *n d dinItlngsIm privilege. Tel-
seaview; beautiful suraund.nis; World, b "y Francea q La Monte tions, 4 i chairs with t foot- ephcttr -198. Colombia street
for information: Camilo A. Porros, 1 one of the new books place In rests, I box. boks, octagonal ,4-o,. .' .
Poaemd. Tel.-3-0434. CI.oulationi durlg the past week, poker table. T20 'lidge Road, Bol-I T-"'--- -- -- ---- -
.L -. ... --- by.tbe Panimas .anal Ibrar, boa Heights. t RENl T
I SALE:-House in San Francis- It Isa guide for the -dent .
to de la Caleta. 6th Avenue, 2 u f oftmarin me fla&f'oR SALE:-Crib and mattress, lik .
doms; Parlor and Dningroom;, OU the rl new.. $29Q. .6-5285 Albrook. NSO93,
m; Servant-room rage; for' Plies tforation about the kl)' FOR SALE:-Refrigerator 8 cu. ft. F i RBNTT Fuatihed room to
rprnation Camilo A. Pororas, Pan.- ek A .. ft.I FORlRENT, ,. ished r.e; t
ao Tel 3-0434. or an neededd,e best apig-I New unI. Kenmtore washing ma couple, gentlemen or young lady,
Tl.. methaod and the distribu- cHinc ; like new. Beds complete, No. 46, 451h Street, Belln Vislo.
#A4AMA CANAL COMPANY UDn and habits of game fish. I stee tables, chairs, buffet, bureaus FOR RENT-Bella Va, clean fur-
SSTRUCTURES FOR SALE The eoliplete A1st of new bookl u bo&kcaaes, studio couche., Baby nished room. Cooking faclitiur
a bids. for opening In public, at 'the Librry flOlOWTa: I crib and mttrp. Kltcherl utensils Electric refrigerator. No6 13, 4d
tibe received until 10:30 A. M., .phUlO hy. The art of hu- and misceilseousi. 1524. Apt. K. Street.
|24, 1953. in the office of Su- man relatiohs, Llndgren; The Downstaois. Govilon Road. (3rd.
Mnedet of Storehouses. Balbo courage to be, Tillich. house frtm Cable Office.) W ANTE
IBildngs Nos. 1402. 1411, and. ... WANTED
Balboa. Form of proposal with Social sdiences Iptroductlor. LOST 6 FOU ND
ticlers may be secured in the of- to government, 'RienDW: U. 8. Ar- _-_MilW_-U__OND
ha of Superintendent of Store- M., 10I. 1 i$d VOl. 2; The Zon- .EWAR -- $10. For return of Ask About ur
Ues. and Housing Manager at Bal- tan, S3. I Black Leether Wallet containing THREE ST RIM
lj__Heights.. ZOlO. -Auduons buUter- several personal -identif.cotion C5k4 TAS dAIS
SAL--House on 2500 mter.r. fl Agewhs and ntr tudes card. Phone:1 0.- Barnes Bal- 'zrAmericaow,
trees. Llano Bonito. near new 6 9ad Mar game fiah- boa 132. P anom 6'& Colon
tr Phone 22950. merican mor- From Beo- n i.. AMERICAN airline ~it wChes- o
srua Wllf to VI lna Woolf; an i- Bewhisikered Oldl 15 o .CO -
'told n wholly unauthorIz.- 1056 or 3.5479.
PESONALS a Man Claims New ....... C..- a.,.
-Walking-Record NA8HV.Le Tn. (UP) -
@r. i J H.- H"n Travel Blography. Tiistory WoThge Tennessee record .tat.
AdtS Toch 75The fo.s at home, ey: an I NW YO ly 13 () recently laued a. ge welfare
iBdioefe. Telephlap 2- Incred'ble Canadian: a candid A bewhtlke I' l-year-old man charter of inemopration to Pat
9. 8 e. m. to I p. m. by ep- rt, of Ma ,kene Kin walked Into town today ana Grls.. .AnhanJ~,*j .b or-
n .Hc". ln.ot Th. R. laimed he had set a new cross- gRaniat ion- A Ovr-
S" ,ottr -.. h Acto .at oeesV.. coU- hif 090ed record on weight winpef ctC.
ik-tl Action,.. ... r.Dow V his al -dy7 S tj o Irm ta Mon,- '-" '
cv. ~flhsttv; 'i intrii ica.Calif. I
J, Tlowler: aadd Tle key man*,I". .d he ad P
4d" .e aedhehad "
r & 1ndThe dirulses of love.M "- av aa yine
Pule: Diyo rich,,ioelovely.so ,,at ,= !1Ldaysineg-o.e
"ATTERIES .k.toter erence Col.c Powe with flowing beard'
Added tothe nRefellde bync 2 an1d i t--:h eit worua
tion Americoana annual : 1983.1:"a j thelastleg.
/ fr .an qicyclopediaO f current &ofShlttlp ertBe arrivedin r .sfro-
-Mysverv or su o pense. B-yf e aaveryonr. else, your h aring
. Special made E rM individual p rnal. S
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Sor the Tropics w oxv ,ont.r ann. ITTP A t_ Is fo I i.,.,.. .
ot' ;I!1 IuiMa'plee l|
''fuin; one person and inf lring
two, war stored In a larre bint-
*pr at Mu-'-foul Airport. WHen
'OWB-mile-P---,our winds hit the
field. the l'an'a,- wPs smashed.
'itt thl- wre:ReE plane wasn't
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Afore it TOWaOS, B Rd 1
whistled to .r
lato reve but lP
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ran agrd oua
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n t", 'Tbd
E ^fralbr1 hum aS
In n 44172w.. movie, ard,
HB^NIf 9 rbeam'li
A. w andhe'-
the orPr "
a wdttos my on
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Be ba ompa.'*
S ull -nkroe and Joe DI-
a..dayd up to
th a w
ve u owr Pan Liay a
ashFD- .'Ise Mr. Big
Laga lmarlyn's life this
.at have.~. Me tar_
:do os ebfta But he
_has- -Uor. Hus"
Ufir Mroe has compet-
on e undreds tle
only a' towel when t..e'A
u whorde re a r"T t1 thebb
itieobre wearofJus an uthel
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W t w aowier himion oate
yr. now shedding her
d.wn l kth hfa be
roduri Crawforh n'6
be A. C14,2, otuVlX i
Uaifa who aupervlj the
IbtailosN of Julus and Ethel
Ih Hwerert i ro e Du
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a a, reporter e
hsB|have .ti-made, be
new cantux -DI
roE A V
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and nw AV
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is a -M-S ,
of her -.i
Singer. Sherry N
that In Hollywoo
better to have Iov
s 'a aso muh che
"I don't believe r l ident A-
.. m = _.p hu 1 s whao h uote tob
A o tma. MM o ..er I PROM Theater on
thea i or hisar
aDW MW fnd t l are try a, uar .4pn Pierre Aumont,
g "a the t principals in "Li-
con thefrir Slend M' snew Tedhnicolor
~4-w*heyh rt f tce which comes to
Vtlth. C1ilag." EMtCw R theater an
Spt Others In the novel
erto nd rnival life are
p*g Za ZEa Gabor and
I. I *. IKNTAL
riEu. ?.n"WNW, AivI...
en widla l"her...
TYoa1s withh ...
Yoeal ds whlm "WJ"I
TICKET' NOW ON SALE FOR
S BOOK, adm-CANDLE"
by John Van Druten
Featuring: Bob Loggia and Loreen Dowell
July 22-26... In the Balboa Room
rickets: $2. each at Dagmar B Ro
Casa Fastlch. Sylvania
Dodge Agency (Tivoli Crossing)
El Panama CIRCLE PLAYEJRS
-I abo.t 40 ..
v,*OW lnP hia 4 AIO A4763
e ft ."BigJoe 87V8 Q10S32
PIays a cop K1107 63 A3
e raaeo will 4Ja52S
the beat who WK
ioed with 94
~hberoles *r 6KQJio084
p Joe is Neither side vul.
then Nerth -IM eulh Wea
S Pan R ae I2 ro1
Po n Pa Pass Pass
*,.'.Mr. Owd 46 PM Pass PM
about willa o*~V
.. "Life The bidding of today's hand
Me for the Sun- looks r ab,. weird, and thia is
l the fall.... not extaordinary because it
l only dor star really Is weird. Both sides were
. Buck, an- struggling very ab d to play the
We by Rudd hand, and this was fairly rea-
erwax, will be sonable up to Nortbh's final bid of
B series a- four spades.
a Mounted Po- It should.haw baeed obvious to
tions. The North that his partner had a
ifta colle and weak hand and that the strength
was fairly evenly divided between
the two partierehlpe. Game
should have been out of the
SOtreay Peck West opened the eight of
dM Hepburn charts, and South won with his
un- I OU singleton king. The prospect was
nowg fotar from alluring., since South
li he has a expected to lose two diamonds
r are no and the two black aces.
I&I but there Concealing his dialijke o fthe
pVat delightful contract, South led a trump to-
wards dumy at the second trick.
el. '. West hopped up with the ace of
sp fore spades. and fouth waited pa-
for an ,tiently for the opponents to take
A bi* their two diamnp tricks.
ai Gene Fortunately for declare, how-
re been ver, West was the sort of player
who hated td lead away from a
n'-- t king. West therefore returned
|Bg eon another heart.'
'1with This was ,all South needed to
rSgbAt 8 msake hisl gme contract. He
si m imU~ng payed dumn g ace of hearts
. ., with great relief discarding a
' M losing diamond from his hand.
He next drew trumps with the
V^ *Ot Gee king and queen of spades. after
PV lWul l which he led a club to force out
i-,Wc ':G- West's ace.
S1AGirl" West was still afraid to lead
the diamonds, so.he led another
heart. Thereupon South ruffed
,...- o and ran the rest of his clubs tp
lanon fin discard all of the red cards from
It's not only dummy.
Vud and 10- Bv this meaa South made 11
rper, tricks on a hand that should
' have been good for only nine
In this e A the shflt to dia-
monds sahua have been fairly
easy. East lbd made a free bidl
of two hearts with no high card
in spades, and a queen-high
Obviously, East had strength
In either diamonds or clubs, and
he was far more likely to be en-
couraged by diamond strength
(which West ad bid) than by
s^itrenith la fh
P SnamaHOWING TONIGHeaer -
BALBOA ,?" OA a .aMe ROXWBSO
ar-c....e5 "The Farmer Takts A Wife"
S6:15 & S:1 Technico l T ty uer *O3 Olmf
DIABLO HTS. Cludette COLBURT Jack HAWKDS
:s 15 & :" "OUTPOST IN MALAYA"
Tlnbnt ISMo rFAsCINWAIO"
PEDRO MIGUEL (Tuaty)
"FOR MEN ONLY"
MARGARITA "ARCTIC FLIGHT"
*:15 a *:45 aW "INO HOLD BARED"
0 Tuesday "DBAEDW WgI
6:15s a :15
Clark GAMLl Gene TMIXT
"NEVER LET ME GO"
Tumesd "MYr COUSIN mACUwP
RICHARD CARLSON, in
T =E 'THNG THAT CAME ALIVE!
5 i1. lae 5:s1, 7:e1, t:6 p.m.
The Famous Talking
Mule In Their Newest
and Funniest Adyen-
1:6, 2:25, 4:35, 8:4, s:S p.m.
THr MOST ATTRACTIVE. Zo
ALL WOMmr... I
Marilyn I enroe, in
me F S. MAJOR -TO |M JI
THIRD DIMENSION I
"HOUSE OF WAX"
lb I WALNuR-COLOR E
wla Vl1t Fl .iK- PhylU KKIU I
T ItOP I C A L WEEK-END RELEASE.. .1
.Jom Wayne, in "ALLEGHENY UPRISIG"
P6 Chli and M Ying, in "JUNGLE OF CHANG"
Also: "NATURE'S HALF ACRE"'
-- RIVE-IN THEATRE -
She Worked Her Way Through College... Now She iU
In A Class by Herself On Broadway.,. 1
"SHE'S BACK ON BROADWAY"
with VIRGINIA MAYO In Warner-Colort
t..a s.Ia.I.B. a a- "
"THE BAD AND THE "LST.-
"THE CLOWN" "St f.y
TI L I VI "
..-, ..\-.7 5. M.'4 .--
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'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attrfls"
Of prospects mighty fine!
What's more .. he signs
On the dotted line
Your cause ad wa Wdlw ..
trac a parade of good gr
pectk becMae everyoge
Pmami ad the Cd.
ZMeM reob PA. Wa Ads*
regulate y. Try them am,
h. ..1e resh twinilmrpIl
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Yankees, Dodgers Lead' 1IIiI E
ague Leaders Worry S 'Coynes lIgar Eas 'y V1feats
ile Runnersup Press King's P..e In S4ace
BY UNITED PRESS Amerkan League
NEW YORK. July 13 The Yankees and the Teams. C W L Pet.
IDodgers led the pack today as the field in the base- New York 56 26 .683
ball sweepstakes reached another milestone in the Chicago 52 32 .619 .
son, the All-Star game vacation, but both the Boston 47 39 .547
ders were mighty worried. Philadelphin a 34 51 .00
The Yankees have apparently ninth and moved around on a St. Louis 31 55 .360
rged from the fog of their walk and Gene Woodling's pinch Detroit 27 57 .321
e-game losing streak, but still single.
can't gain ground on those TODAY'S GAMES
tkv White Sox. The White Box blasted out 32 Open date.
And the Dodgers with five de- hits in their twin bill, Minnie YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
is in their last 10 games and Mifioso getting six. Mike Fornie- Washington 003 000 002-5 7 0
aeir wobbly pitching staff les and Virgil Trucks hurled six- NewYork 020 002 101-6 9 1
.eatening to come completely hitters back-to-back to win. al- ByNerne Lane, 1Sima. Dixon (4-
Instuck, find themselves under though Billy Pierce had to help 6) and Grasso, Fitz Gerald. Mc- h .. '
asure from no fewer than four Trucks in the ninth. Art Houtte- Donald. Kuzava, Reynolds (8-5) TRIUMPHNT RETURN -~ l de Lazzarin'a classy eaj-olt68 *lhbrse
ulne pennaplt contenders -,man and Bob Lemon were the and Berra. Coynes Edgar easily beats 0 rated King's Prize by a ha f- th featured
Sts. am First Game has ridden Coynes Edgar .ll e ut e ihe of his local atart, Eson It PenIelon-
both league leaders won sin-examle St. Louis 023 110 000-7 12 1 Penlant Won over the fni she in first tart since early IhA L. lctory Coyne
both league leaders won sin- Detroit 060 100 01x-8 10 1 Edgar'sfourth in five rcea4 Panama. His only defeat was by4 h ti to theonce rom-
games- and still lost ground. Kretlow. Holloman, P0 ge - Ang Hartley ',-Lam -
The Yankees scored a ninth- 6 and Courtney. Hoeft, Herbert
bninI run to beat the Washing- I 2-41 and Batts. Classy Cones Edgar, undouit- Ur Double: (Romuantles
nm Senators 6-5. but their lead B edly dhe of the be.t route~o k Varito) $4.
'as reduced to five game as the rbSecond Game the Juan Franco ova s i .l THD RACE F
ite Box sweht a doublehead- St. Louis 300 000 000-3 7 0 from a three-month l .yo t1-fltomar $11.0 5., 3.40
from the Cleveland Indians. erI Detroit 020 000 000-2 5 0 top form and came up -V-Daque $7.40, 3.20 .wiin TK s
2 and 3-1. That made it four The Dodgers salvaged the last Littlefield (4-7) and Courtney. last quarter when called-" -lsta S4TH E i
wins for the eBox and 25 game in a series against the 01- Branca (0-1), Marlowe and Bu- reandtly mea he p.t O w l --Caa)
ries in their last 31 games. ants. 4-3. in 10 innings but their cha. hearted Kinil Priz the I e-. nr lwo .Uo
National League lead was cut to tured $750 'Special Ra
When the Yankees losu their games by the Milwaukee First Game terday afternoon over seven FOURTIII RACE
th straight game on July 1 Braves, who swept two games Phila. 001 000 040-5 10 0 furlongs. 1-enJaual $85.6, 4.20, 2.0
ielr lead was exactly five from the Cardinals. 10-1 and 4-3, Boston 104 010 30x-9 13 0 Quo Vadis, King's Pr ,sid a-Escalerilla $j.40, 4.60
em. Since then, they've dropping the Cards to fourth Martin 5-81, Scheib. Coleman Mitrsatts raced like a t 10..?Caflaveral.
1.-the)msel and rwon place and Watlington. Brown t8-3), the first two fpurlonace d uanaiela: ( DJaagal-wbcalesl- e.
of 13.-.-but the- lead re- Delock and Wilber. race before Quq Vadia took ,I) $0.
a the same and, hi fact, Hoyt Wilhelm failed in relief mand. Then King's Prim l '. -
'e t a half- e to the frhe Giants blowing' a 3- Second Game Quo Vadis stayed a auicid FIFTR RACE a y ntmW ht
Ite Soe, who were third on ninth inning lead by serving up Phila. 030 000 001-4 8 0e for thelead in the next 1-.Oolden Fah $11, 3.60 s r tC
I. a two-run homer to Billy Cox lBoston 000 010 000o-1 8 1 furlongs while Coyne&s I -Winsaba $4.40 naght
ite two homers by Y .and then walking Bobby MorGar Byrd 9-9 and Murray. Par- badly outrun during the. SeT AC 7rot w
the Yankees nearly lost.with the bags loaded in the 10th nell 12-5 Henry, Delock and half, gradually made up.c 1-Ci.paya $7.80, 3.80, 3.20 ,nm,,oe
n the Senators shoved ovpr Ito force home the winning run. Wilber. ground. .. -un's Moon $4.40, 2.80 to ,al a (et-
runs to tie at 5-5 in the ninth The loss broke the Glants' win- At the mile post the five- r 3-Gaywoo $LSD 3.0 -eih
yesterday. But Yankee re- ning streak at eight games. First Game old bay son of elon-e
dr | le Revnolds and h Cleveland 000 101 000- 2 6 3 Won -was up with the d SEVeS .8TH ACF
telv a reliever now, rained Chicago 340 030 31x-14 19 0 and. took command turning -Mr. Foot $14.20, M
eighth win when Mickev Houtteman (4-10, Hoskins, home to ctos the finlah i.2--LuJoso*S, 4 The contest
ntle walked in the last of the i Wight, Hooper, Brslsie and Gins- under restraint. Quo Vadis held 3-Mon Etole 0 rough I ohotest
berg. Fornleles (7-3) and Sheely on to take third lace and Mir- leeen D. e: (Cpage-Mr. anta, with Bon
Lollar. z.atoats trailed he four-horse Foot), $5U. tht at ditt I
yg round Sports .Scn. field home. Rio RACE tHh.bmtt* i
Second Game Mrs. Loly de LamSrin's ho-se, 1--Cocalecas A; ,. 3.60 ever,. Me1.
Cleveland 000 oo010 000-1 6. 1 the mutdels choice despite his 2---Vernuidq 1$5 3.80 Pl2.a9 0a tbea"
Shows Strength In First The first grand-slam homer Chicago 001 101 00x-3 13 0 loDg layoff, returned $5 to win. 3.-Pbetero $3. r d and
&ir ro of the Balbou n ?ot d elot B, s o Trucks (10-4), Pierce and o- il and. King Flores shared sad- 4. 4ha httr
lhvltational Tournament marked the Braves' opening hr. die honors with two victories NO=ITE AC 0th rules.
eked with thrills and tor- victory an Johnny Antonelnl each. 1-..cot.h Chum $19.20, 3.40
action. Ancon show Indica- breezed to win No. 8. Milwaukee The diviendV OaT MD]-.W"
that they will cause plen- 00 The dividends: ^ Sne-Two:(n h Chun i
heartache for its oppon- nightcap with a two-run. Teams Le b FINT ACE -
Is nallleigague svetii rally on Brooklyn0 .17 Bo -co 8,2.80ON RAO .
O-ywere victorious in the C. .ab.2 Walker Cooper a" Milwauke
nn4. X leagues, defeating the Wilwaukee 49 33 .598 2-Regia..$ .40, 4.20 1-'Aminte'$6 620, .8J6
contes game, tatking'ton's snle.P t. Louis J 35J AM
am aggregation to Elsewhere in the National ncinnati7 2
bo 21. ners League, the Philes moved into Chicago0 o ad a o s.
a Balb.a Beginnetrs 29-t20nl e aIn 30h.375 3-(a-Ros 37 460. .T he a mF
minute" man of Isthmus with a tohelp Robin Roberts to his 14th i f Place, Cellar Bittls Of the t
e tto 10 games. Del Ennn homered Open date. S <
e display to sha.rp-shooting win in the opener and Steve Rid- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS T..he"t w .e.t .o
hm the outside as well as the zlk's scoreless relief pitching won New York 00.001 010 0-3 7 3T tt withrbehryt
executed lay-ups to amass the- nightcap, and the Redlegs Brooklyn OW 001 002 1-4 9 0i1 H A ta
Ieof 22 points in aD league used southpaws-Harry Perkowski Hearn, Wilhelm t5-5) and eterriat
Made up of four five min- and Fred Baczewski to beat the Westrum. Erskine, Loes, Podres .Il ziLa
arters. Cubs. 7-4. and 7-3. although (4-2) and. Walker, Campanella. Atlantle League Station scorer waa 45 Check 117
In the B league competition Ralph Kiner hit homers No. 20 t o rer wnt in. ecnM900. ". ..
Iable took an early lead and and 21 for the Cubs in the open- Ftrt Game 'to 14 oI ntso iSecondh"
off a hard fighting Pedro er. C hcago 000 001 l111-4 9 1 S | o s men -wic te
Isd ohutafit to win 54-48Pd. Cincinnati 300 000 40x-7 7 0 L Pet mThe wha
of the winners was high In other American League Rush "(4-10), Pollet, Lown, Nav 1ta1,, L .0.I trea e l lir
man of this affair with 18. games, the A's and Red Box split. Leonard and McCullough. Per- Univeral t 1 3 .700 both G ltr ll
the only A league the Box taking the opener. 9-5. kowskl (6-7) and Beminck. Gibversalr e 7 4 .600 tbon vie honoi' .
entered, automatically be- as Del Wilber drove in six runs Gibraltar 6 .000 eon ti e 1 honoU- k
the Pagific 8ide represen- with a homer and a triple with Second Game Powefla 5 5 .500 8i40 kq of the h
in the Transcontlntal A's winning the second. 4-1. be- chicago 000 000 003-3 0 FaarQn 2 7 .222 Bu tDo atcistcome first
ent to be held at Cris- hind Harry Byrd's six-hitter; Cincinnati 000 200 23x-7 10 0 V.P.-45 2 7 .222 game of no
August 21. The following while the Tigers beat the Browns. Hacker (5-12) and Garagiola. ..b eth c ',..'
edule of next Friday 8-7 in the first game of a twin Baczewaki (3-1n and Seminick. Tngh GOd ie tkN'
JULY 17 home the winning run, before First Game N avral vs VTtatotIn Tis is the mst-
1Miguel vs Diablo the Browns won the second 3-2. Pittsburgh 011 000 002-4 9 1
a vs Ancon on three first-Inning runs off Phila. 042 021 1Ox-6 11 1 night's Powell win over Naval cam n front the-
a vs Diablo ex-Dodger Ralph Branca ho Face (3-3), etk a Jno- Station the t the 193 the to52,
vs Ancon as making his first start in a wicz. Roberts (14-61 and Bur- race is as no as It ond t at ey me I Li fe
vs Ancon. Detroit Tiger uniform, ess. was over a ao s when the evenled ip thigs 65 tIll.
Second Game season star .
ST6 Phila. 231 000 00x-6 11 2a and tonight San u
.r LaPalme (3-10). Hall, Waugh could be the t I t for
and Atwell, Sandlock. Miller, the third place Lf e Life
S4 Ridaik (5-3) and Lopata. five.,NO todl5teUh
St. Louis 000 001 000- 1 7 1 through to victory as a matter ace a
Antonelli (8-4) and Bt. Claire. of fact, t mathmatlc 36. lgh
Staley (12-4), Erautt. Chambers, chances are al for a tif...they aln.
".. .arBoth the.. q m tied for 0-V
S Second Game the cellar spot' .. a pi of at I-
Milwaukee 10 100 200-4 8 2 wins in nine I. p. they a -
St. SL0Oui 0080 000-3 0 l can both be W tput
4 er. Mizell White 43-41, and stay out of the-
Haddix and Anderson. -, o -,
hiri Runnlng bon"c' N
Foudhb in Yachlt" private feud ... t
QUALITY DEPENDAIMLTy their series. All
QULT YRace o Honolulu ing cont-t tooma u,.tw.
Tuch compact Travalorm into a cner of your leaguetop polnt- mn Sar e .
traveaiing bag and you will be on time. Also at HONOtLULU. T. H.. July 15 Steer. Noel's Wa
home on dresser, desk or table. Sliding front (UP) Pront-running schooner he has scored fr
Aul.or and easeled bock completely enclose kno et wind erly yesterday the field,
dd, cok. Hes non-breakable crystal, lkmnow metal and stretched its lead over the a position to go
S del and hands, bell alarm. AvoMlble in ivory or second place ketch Morning league mark
w.ebu bi. Seef Travealar at you e fa 8tar, race headquarters report- P toper
d aim today, olova wil other quality decks and The Goodwill, -mllng out of Gibraltar
. wafetesby wod-frenms Wesolxd. 99 separate eeast Ht las 7 with e-
S In mour depdoility. port after outs2ml( iqmaler out at T4
MUorning. Iera2= uU to 220 from
p i g Ie I* eo W r held from
ESTC W Son g cmnl a simn 809enlt lead over o
iltl OI cAL the Catalm Island-b ased
SS FAMILYT NM | 9M i TIMIPIECIS mFA" oved in-
egeseaiauae: U L a b Coat. to third t*He Chubasco a.
So* Presacoe k2 Le2b
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t and Albaldem ha ',tamld 0
p t desire to o-lihat bo* ifdwyIc Aa e
ifwndable head am thea u
!ti6t.^Bol da..us Ine Usadtarted gnt h je e
pte that tengel aohgt tot imprem on, eme
E dt'rt lcto ba6 owrk. -
to a tI bet.n "an aud -Al tie tist. InT"
Crt I quiat- n mt -fw atensel's ql
Bl. an a a htaarl f
S and la not now, eten the filatest aut
,ral ,ti-gel me.., A6 estrt. to ah
rli 0oston on IJune 3 and agat on 5Ialy
tUow t cilppe ebwiey Mantlb.
vboa-*aauc In his left thigh the s "
*dtwo ly bia into ex m boo pbits. I th
So t S642urthw
04r-lfM-Mi .... M i Uii T&
to wint ;
p S i9t1b
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lard of permaat injury, I
,*Oia e ge u otalkngel-type manage
overw he admitted the charge
= witvweak bat
a, sage, .6, he Iis not-gared fI
I sot manager in the mwaer league
hMiu tUbw the Takees aglta t seaMaon
Wi r l.s Or Wer
about the Sb strne
mlq Oalkatsea T g am l rN y
-ag.. o* t th h
BUII~iiA ^WlA t ,ft ljtidwB~ BUBIBIir, *w,*1 ,B
Ke-it had @oplled a streak
of hittn o.Sm toe.ptlve
HHBR W3lr lMIS
New Tor& -(NSA) -.-There
I i th i at.
|J4 kljyuf:j A144WM I*f
Beey Pupils Use Boxing's Footwork An
RasebaIi In Short Cut To God Teuni
ad of th iim
most of' the time Bf
Mtrie with sven-
* con learn to play
a .'dz hour.
.ntiled tennis the
y, Rnd his theories
lemnental in their
l6t as ddeitt of the
stion. *"My-ystem is pat-
kIn habitsMtt today want
Itta~k alpat five eartto
beme s a Ofmp os'and they
ll groan, gee, I can't
"To get them back on the
coUrt3 you mJn t c t that
they'll be able tenni I
ue las thainaIS Brevity
is the thing. It eo* too much
to hire ap- pru I."
inwt Is 'tb -amsaig abort
way tSo uiptaL?
"It's mlep a the man
who tutored h I rs aas rank
Pa c t, b arta Ves, Pancho
era, ar, ar MUaloy and
*Hart. "Onte you show the
NieoBer howa aneh teams I
Other form Of reereatin,
S approach become a happy
',Take thle oew ot a bo
aine who say, I'Iiht on hli feet
amd can handle hielf well
with a pair of boxing glovb.,
Show him tl fq Ltwork is bas-
oaly the Ms I both sports
tat he I tp falling ll ever
I aself on c l court.
"Olve him a basball bat, ex-
plaw that thae swing l the ame
a' th' forehad troke la tin-
ala. Boon it Is no trouble at all
to tous hi tent balls, and
. "Wateh tbh bell hit lour
Tckt; Nad t wMl go aerbe thn
* "In mfrate--not hour or
days -we have the boy seeing
bmn Thl b further t
the way atof eidnc that tean-
Ml and' contact *port are eaom
tbWe, He is the first profes-
PROK RACKETTO RACQUFT-bWWASS 45 09
INehi tos th t o
alonal flat-fighter within in- Thoam bad eight more fights,
ry to become. ea tnnis pro- Mored five knockouts, opped a&
fasionaL deoleton and was held to gai ,.
Out of MlSdl. Fla,. the good- of draw. .
looking. faMer Golden -lata '"To get In shape." says Wkl.-
chamipionplayed tennis as part "I'd play tennis with Mar...s
of his training program. He vinGer, lte pro at the FirA,-'
turned pro in 1960, won three loro Hotel at Miami Beac. It':
out of his flr t ur bouta be- was through him that I met-
fore being called up by the AM- Mercer Bea4ey.
my Air Corp.
"I played tennis as much as Beaaley Ulike the 22-year-dOd'.
Dosoil dhAring my 18 months potential, worked wit. hi.m, rg
In the amrvice, related Skippy. ed him to "quit the ring mad
"It Was good for my footwork, devote his time entirely to tei-
Senrolled at the Univereity of nis. S4ppy took the advice is.
MJaWl $n the fall of 1952. re- now the tennis pro at M
amied boxing." Springs here.
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CINCINNATI, 0., July 13
(UP) Lefty Billy Pierce of
06,eChicage White Sex and
ITlgthander Robin Roberts of
the PhIladelphia Phillies were
named today as the starting
pitchers for tomorrow's major
le nue All-Stars ame at Cros- *
Neither Manager Casey Sten-
gel of the American League
nor Charley Dressen of the Na-
t ional would Indicate what
pitchers they intended to use
after Pieere and Roberts com- V
plete their three inning atints "Let the people know the truth end the country s safe m neola.
Both managers also announced
the batting orders of the teams TWKNTY-IIGDUt YE TAL PANAMA, R. P, MONDAY,.LY is, 19,
which were selected by a popu- 13
lar vote of major league tans.
For the American League, .
anee.id Han a-eel ng Today a. P unjor1
itengel had second baseman B Sl- c"
goodman of the Red Sx ead-
Vernon of the Senators batting e e
or was next with Yankee center- 5t
fielder, switch-hittin Mickey .'y
Homn-run hitter Al Rosen ofM a Set Stage or .et -
Cleveland, the American League v.
third base followed by Gus Zer- SEOUL, Korea, July 13 (UP) weekss of talks was couched in Asked if he ao Obervers feltM Rhe rtte as t he re
al left fielder o the Athletic United Nations and Commun- vague generalities. Robertson, trip to Korea a suc a mi tment therefore o uat of
iaa. left fielder of h ist negotiators meet at Panmun- would not comment. swared mphaticalln[' Z United Nations cold s m- All to
Jom today in a critical session Available Information from A- do." .ntee the etad a aIftU -of. "."mbW of t
which may determine whether merican and Korean, sourneCleron sid thedose to six months of co-oper ..
the Reds will accept South Ko- was that South Korea would co- annietced in the Jo- on byfl Rhee.
i Grean president Byngman Rhee's operate with the aruletice, the ment Meant South ..,.
promise not to interfere with a United Staes would a de- d to"c boil.'o .an A hint fbthe CotmMia 3t
Kr orean truce agreement for at tense pact with South Korea; titudecame fom The
least three months. and provide economic and mill- M uhltiave wouhh d y
Assistant Secretary of State tary aid, and the t would Ree told Roberonag gree
H ve Hear Walter S. Robertson, President work together at a post-ar- Iooalng at least -. ei "hp not
Elsenhower's personal envoy, mstice political conference to months of politiea pe folr early p g
prepared to leave for Washing- secure the unificatOon of Korea. did o a a B t a s Me
.ftton, carrying with him Rhee's Asked if he had assurances then i he was efore the a
It All ore personal pledge. from Rhee that Would enable th progress of the. Rhee a frtsb w 3 o
The question Is whether the the Allies to guarantee Rhee sy rIoedbeforb Robertson
Communists willaccept this would not sabotf the truce, ar the, said th eg mIt me n a
.WUL, July 13 (UP) The Fledge or whether there will be Robertson said: "Yo, I think ference would s nto*olabor "' tern
e wh d t i htikve da ofwrangling that will we do." days after the t Mn bld f
heard all this armistice talk be .. ..i.vf sarmifot-d4 th- a od
ue. and Oust vhersio sacrificed in now fruitlessfliht l the Brosh qSuez Town, t.I
,,Itw guess It's just about h t- e was rHeve tatthed as -
g., II pbt. Rob erehon M ib ei tat the Reds- B Squ ez
lies," said Pvt. Robertson M may make their position clear the eann R etun ar Mt
losovic of Butler Pa.Ie at the full dre truce assieon A t,..O I _-.
don't think it will go through. scheduled for today. 1d t S gdj
round up there too long." interfere In the armistice until "1 nn th "lb
"Well, it would be a mighty the political commission has a l ag-- Is
fine thing," Pvt. Perry Ducote of chance to reach agreement. CAIRO, Jul 13 (UP) Brit- appearance of a oyal Air
Avoyells, La., chimed in. "It are ready and ea ish troops took control of all ap.- an alleged to have. bsWM Wb
might even get me home for er to sign the virtually complete process to ismallia in the e Snp duted by Ian a- '..T
Pvt. Jme D. Brackett, a Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison Imiat of Brtain's ultimatum to returned by 0 locally
, Tnenn., was bitter. Jom to seek an answer to the d te& Brish airman p hired rewch.W l W ca
ase aid: "If we sign what question. The negotiators met with the airman .still m dbad toanH
o e ain And if we don't or 50minutes yesterday, after imultaneously l A .
sign what do we gain? Not a the shaky settlement of the ter of national dance, Mal. rea ," ti
thing, and 25,000 Amerans South Korean revolt against the Salah Salem called on the Egyp- SaleM tl* B".be*g ..
have let their lives for noth- truce was revealed. 'tin e opIpe in a-'agonwMe latt t wewIF,( w
hag. We just sat there on that he assurance given by hee broadcast to hold themselves in about British ad T AA-
lHe for 18 months, eting sill was not known In detail. A readiness for battle but not to UeaU .A. ,hV
ldobbered al the time olhatstatement on the two take any ant-Brt-ah % action un-
"An armistice looks doubtful, a ordas red. M
to me," said Pvt. William Me- The yptian cabinet ealled an
oKingston, N.. .' cymetn
they are fighting like hell up ach er l'ti
there an the front." Turn I 0 hcha daffaires oer Hakb, A-.
PL. Melvin Webb of Grant Is- E who low to Cairo hrTiedl f ( b"
laUd, N. Y. had some ideas about osn the aSaid.Zone late last Bcght.
President Syngn. n Rhee.c=m A hfte oodA e me n dr r Dc area W Do u r-
"I sure don't think to much maR g all sateof pot .. ..........t"g
of Rhee," Webb said. "Nobody the Egypttan capitaear toda
does. Even If they do sign an SALEM, Ore., July 13 (UP) as news of the (UP A British u m
armistice, it would just mean a Reoellious convicts at Oregon was splashed in all the
lull for about six months, that's State penitentiary, refreshed by newith sca athnsg lluuwW.
s." ZOod and water granted them nunemat of the it "in itd- r
Cpl Williams J. Peterson of when they appeared to have The aeT Anglo-Egyptian crisia 7...
Atlantic City, N. J., said the ended their defiant riot, turned blew up overnight when Gen. SOt *
KE* nn people never would "ugly" again today. Ft r ancias Feating, command f i
have peace, and "as soon as Warden Clarence Gladden es- British troops in Egypt, Inform-
we pull out, the Reds will hit timated there were nearly 900 ed the Egyptian sub-governor of 1"(P
them a. convicts still camped on the Ismailla that lie took an "Bx- t e ..-
"The uth Koreans can' prison basebpl field, where they tremely serious view" of the d1i- v An. M,
hold out alone" Marine Cpl. ave ben since the sit-down R' tl I r= teh";
Barry Remanick of Bethlehem, disturbance began four days NewC ieopardise s for li
out, as soon ls we are gone the Some 145 prisoners, including S CnstTt, na ..
Communists will come back" 1 hardened ringleaders were AF, tea- 1 .. edsda so his
Pfc. Hrman D. Moriel of returned to their cel lak last a rieso ent I
Burlington, N. C., thought an night after a three-man pris- a a i the ue .
armistice would be signed, "but owners' committee and GladdeneCIO A S a' e sai ca .. ll ive dl
it stl lsn't going to get me out reached a tentative agreement A s Detten t .ns o* L
of here." to end the riot.
m Mississippi wh had ustna Before the warden met with BERL., uly 13 (UP) An =1a n CIO iie vet ah.at
Sae down from Pork Chop Hui the committee he announced American spokesman said today -.
Said ow roPk op Hlthe 21 ringleaders must return the United States Ip considering The ":erred t
"You should see the dead to their cells or there would be protest to the Soviets the o- y the:u
a"en up there. I can't see how no meeting. A deputy warden tn i m ud. aenon i '
awter ivsont u a water would be turned into hpotmt is made it will more.
If they want a peeon the baseball field be st
IIamnad, why do they keep There was a wave of cheering, eoDRdIto Mbj. Gen. P. T. 4
men designated slowly picked The spokesman said the Amer- t
T.their way to fence gate where Ical. ,e "CGaalderinl" ending
tley were searched and sent a proteat and a decision on the .
Food and coffee were served of the Berlin office of the U.S. T.".
o e re ling convicts, and High oandu abi five obler
about 9 p. m. guards started America urn- detained for 580 ."-,-
-two-year-old Matlas moving the men. 20 at a time, minutes could, the ruins of lit- P"
0 alias Johnny Morris, back to their cells. Only about ler's bunker by seven Communist ,ry .
Pius was sentenced today to 125 had been cleared, however, police who were armed with tom-
ufil Bndg char2 of Whep the-priloners again turn- my-. p.
r.21 Fort t"gly" after taking their ued t
Sentence was p asumof food and water." Ste porbade
ate's Cort. mdden immediately stopped to leave after several members of
ua bequel Mejia, 48, cleam prisoners back to their the party took photographs of
'talmd $15 fa" [oltering In La .ells and left the convicts to Stevenson It the of tD -t
stew on the baseball field. bunker, min -
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