The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01654
 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: AA00010883:01654
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LOCAL *v u'L
fOT m MADVANCE 8 1.70 S 25 ________________________ 3.
YEAR..N ,m VANe---- o0 4 o0 By Victor Riesel
propagandists once launched the
T H E M A Irld eace petition a global
operate on designed to mask the
SBattack they were even then plot-
I The Mail oe is n open forum for readers of The Panama Amer- ting against South Korea -
ifa. Letters ar received gralfvully and are handled in wholly onfihave come those leaders of
-dm, .I ..mom. American labor who warned
If tey .entibote a letter don't be Impatient It it doesn't appear the 'hat the Reds planned ouch
4" da. Letters are published in the order received. Korean aggression. Their warn-
p testwy to keep the letters limited to one page length. ings went unheeded by Amer-
Idetity at letter writer is held in strictest cenfidene., ica's military and political lead-
This newspaper assumes as responsibility for statements as opinions erl.
exess.e"1IN "* from irs s. George Meany, recently elect-
med t hl or0em m ed head of the American Federa-
tion of Labor. Joined by 24 other
DON'T KNOW WHAT TQ CALL IT OR THAT AFL and CIO leaders including
Walter Reuther. Is here to map
the free world's counter-of- ...-'
tr: pensive against the Soviet's ef- *
BSure got a good laugh from it or that something that can't forts to use world labor as a
d the truth and it is really a sad thing. Since It or that, revolutionary force.
aseIt or that can't read or else It don't understand what againstS Soviet agents and tac-
ipted since it is trying to say I have a private little bit of tics knows what it has taken
d ingng to do. I know the truth hurts and can always be our intelligence force" so long
e in every way but the right way. What I said is the truth to learn that labor, especial-
4 dn can say it again, and I don't have to be in a large group to ly Industrial labor, Is the chfef
in it.- In Western Europe.
S; I see it or that thinks there is only one branch of service on asked the A president to
Isthmus. Don't know why it thinks I am in the Army. There explain therence purpose of this
Three other branches here and I am in one of them for your represented. Herene and is his ex- was
|Sormation. I am doing my job and not crying about anything clusve statement:
and what work that is to be done we do It, sorry to say we don't American Federation of Labor .-
]have any local help doing K P. As I see it there isn't anything By GEORGE MEANY, president
wrong with local rate having a chance to earn an dollar. *"Free labor is mobilizing
world-wlde resistance here
Here.are a few facts you should try and get In that head of agaluit the triple-threat oi
yours when you get over being mad. You know if you can afford Communism war, infiltration
J dictionary look up the meaning of mad. Think I will save you and the suppression of human
Le trouble, and tell you it means of unsound mind, that really rights.
4ex fit you quite well. "The third World Congress of
the Interantlonal Conlederation' -'
1-. I don't drink now or ever have, haven't been spending of Free Trade Unions, now in
anytime in any bars telling any one what a job I am do- session, speaks with the voice
ing. Will leave that for you to do. of 54 million workers from 73 -r
2. Sure I was recalled, nothing wrong with that. There isn't countries. They constitute an
anything wrong with the service as career if you like it. army of free workers, loyal to P *
S For your Information I know all about working, I have the cause of democracy. ,
only worked a little over 17 years and it has been at my "Through this interantonal F iscal Polici es
trade and on the same job all that time, and will be back organization, t h e American
there in a short time now. Federation of Labor seeks to By Peter .dso
4. I have been able to buy my own homes, have two very promote world peace without ete son
nice. homes which are paid for and also own my own car. appeasement and without ccm-
They are in one of the New England states for your in- promising the principles of -- o.--
S formation., justice.
on. The IC'FTU is dedicated to WASHINGTON-tNEA)-Top Treasury officials ovir $3 billion, or mo
a You didn't do any more then I did during W.W.2. I too served strive for an ever-rising stand- are not discounting the seriousness of the un- the anticipated deficll
k little over*4 years in the same branch of service I am in. I aid ard of living for working peo- expected $9.4 billion U. S. deficit for the fiscal Spending estimates
hsy insurance plus I had my mother and a wife to support out of pie everywhere, because only year ending last June 30. 'Tey insist, however, billion. But tax rcelpi
y 01rac yso Iam quite sure you won't have traded places through social justice can the that it will not upset the ap e cart of Eisen- billio above 1962 an
.y .I. pay, so I am quite sure you wouldn't have traded free way of life be made secure. hower administration fiscal policies. have been-were not
Stme. "It is undertaking an active Secretary of Treasury George M. Humphrey anticipated. Treasury
Just one more thing n closing, since you were sucl a g program of helping to estab- says the big deficit points up the neeeasity .for time in finding why,
aoe Just one more thing n closing, how since you were such a good lish and strengthen free trade further cuts of the 1955 budget. The 1M54 buds- still only two-thirds o
e thnd rved a little time before, how come you were not recall- unions in under-developed et is being cut $4.5 billion. Secretary Humphrey Corporation fits
a ce the trouble in Korea started? Could it be what you think nations because the free trade is not yet ready to say how much more the 1955 teel strike and coal a
u are doing here is so important that you couldn't go. union movement is a nation's budget should be cut. for $700 million to $1
Don't be mad when you read the truth, I just ant you to first line of defense against fire wa known in a
know a little about me since you didn't know what you were talk- totalitarianism whether H still believes the budget can be brought Into factor. but not th
tng about. Communist or Fascist. balance by June, 1954. This does not mean bring- llecMoeu.
My eyes are always very clear at all times. I won't have to "It is also giving strong sup- Ing it Into balance for the t ear. But he -A MUe i eftf
eve a good Job and my home to come qwa here whre it can port to oloni eoples in their hopes to balance income and that tma. o Int Reenue
mode lor ` type. 1& 4 =1 0 nd not
Bere's mud in your eyes. ration rom pxloers the IDee, 4tenrmnalton data ..,
"These are the main objectives House ways and Means Commtte or expected whav a a
________. of the ICITtU. and the AFL will congressional approval. Tanyeaury stt-i
f -ask this ICPU Congress to Similarly, it is not now beleved other la any come ut
Stake positive steps to implement need for further postponin the approximately recent
<-~ A r t" Pria P them. 10 per cent cut in indivodualseome te sced- Icome ats dd P
Sto Previous Puzzle t "At first glance, It would seem ruled to go into effect Jan. 1. tax receipt- weePnot
'L -- ,- ments of America would have thought of trying to force them threg.h Con- If tbe n
A N Ti I 5 N t t fe t radeu mbe OUr i oasthey apparen t b
NGEIMU ONTAL S Aiged if anything to gain from gress again, just to raise more reveut. Trying the apparent~ l
locatiLa with this world I- to force through a general tax reform U bl--pos- the boo.s y .In
15i pe m actor. Required rorgw tn The s wt dardIs sibly in a special session this fall-ia lso'not in when evked- tlat
7 Wanderers we have established in our the picture. Jan. 1s..o
Heisae* of t -- We ar country ar6 far and afay hlzh- mectarr Nu utm
S a of cout er tha anywhere Wa l the One important legislative question i still un- not yet-'.e
nte 10 gyptian world anywhere e. decided by the .Treasury. This is whether to ask t u .6i 6 S olf
1S44Prayer llodde ss "But labor in Amerda is for authority to raise the national dtW limit th l U
S Bare IIBallot not isolationist It is realistic aboye its present $275 billion cel u the th.eA
are 2 Abstract being We know that what b scheduled congreson l adjournmen l 31. sound
He has many 19 Early /to n workers In Europe Asi The U. 8. Ldebt A of -June 30 was .. llion, hard. w
acting English (ab.) 30Royal italian 43 Chair Africa and South America That leaves only a $3 billion .jnarg T t. hnext
7 Terrace (ab) 21 Unruffled family name 45 Canvas Oelter a eventually adin six months. An _r what might ba the the
Deacon (ab ) 22 Begins 31 Heap of hay 46 Contest .of affect what happentos. debt goes over $275 billion after =C I ad- ..In.
Direction 23 Soothsayer (Scot.) speed Certainly te Communists Ijh Sretary W. Random iUrges
b.) 24 Story 37 Tendencies 47 Pamage in the knoCwer t Co mmAnagb htmares wioutcon- Ul,
solws 21 A-tiptoe 38 Infirm brain most effective imerlalte ng tIhatm a .. nt g th_1_-c,
Looked 26 Interpret 40Negative reply48 Head covering weapon has been tominfiltrate Secretary Humphrey has warned, lously or owwr O.
fixedly 28 Mountain 41 Road scraper 49 Compass point and win control over the labor that ra g the. debt limit might be. r. ,. TI am
Accumulated (comb. form) 42 Feminine 51 Biblical land movements of free nations. In ut, da a" .not.yet a^ embledn for'" de- '4 e S
29 Hazard appellation 52 hitter vetch Czechoslovakia they proved that ntmen ther factor on wh ih Treas"r do bth
p this was an easy stepping stone e oth fctor on which Teas y e t do ant
N i11 IL to political control and exten- theps ey u to $9. I hswas d pab
; "slon of the Iron Curtain. __te pat___ aro____._______ h _id___l
Phel regret The IC'FTUI Is working to f r. ,
Iakesup as stop the spread of Commur Ism
a. by preventing subversion of Ia- .

n mtrnilIy I labor has stunted the growth '
I Three tmet of Communist-domfnated la THE HOTrE5T SCANDAL IN TOWgg the gel
i (cob. ft)meStme bar fronts. In'Asta and in Un- The attack a. 3' DMitthews al- feel
(c1,frm) der developed prfes, the de- rector fSr the yC m^'hs
.t 41uel ent of free laor move- 'order ft. inuteeu ide
I.nt psloutstriping er ia lstrle m wU gwith Ba-ed-FlNt _.

| wavalrymn The effectivenes of the free the sbp ?oes.
f Dishe trade union movement in these AM
-Pnl ites d r actions has been enhanced by A shipp... heir (i.
VST I~ its exposure of cenditons ,be- is about to Ibe mted bii Id i ii
,, chqmmed slave labor camps, the suppres- tenants are le id p U 9 dt des
i! $ ala zsianno ofbaslc freedoms, the ow screams and alsr ne. .
i J11 ,.,.t ---ball fc-- --- economic standards of Comn- in and e ill" 'f l
w Tsan h1 L;"munist workers and the oppres- Why doeu'gf
4 Tr a isive conditions under which smitee eall a -
they are forced to work. won a Fa.tus

*f1 '|"By driving these facts home, won bet
Swe are convince i free work-
STHE MAKERS OF THE i ers everywh-te tat Comm""
*' i llst promises of bread and se- h
curlty are worthless and hypo- h bsnl
l cti11call We have apare n e P a
helped to convince thousand ol 1.'; I

workers behind the Iron C srtain
that their lot is Intolerable. .Se into
.;1M EC~~~~~E~~~P ^ - other leaders of the free world Melaancho. .... ;.. '. -
have given public and repeated .

Enjoy the distinction of producing all parts for
the tiree rapg*, "f'rn the MdH*t watch in
the world to the t sinest poedistAmlI," under
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recognition to the value of the
services rendered by free labor
In the crucial struggle to pre-
serve peace and human liberty,
'We hope that tree labar w
be accorded the oportunlty In
the future to fulfia dwle mad
even more effective role, be-
cause we are in direct coote
with the great masses of the
people in every key soModt of
the globe. We can talk to Hbm
In a language they understs".
'We can give them emvna
Proof of the program that
can achieve under the free
of life. And we can and Wi
for them a helping hIad
seeking to altain theian
9t progress for themselnemm *

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AUTH MitIETT S .,. Chamber Of Commerce

I receled International GrOUp

, Meets In Colombia
"ble .o do6 = .1W
would, like m wife ,t take
so Interest- in my job ad Barranquilla, Colombia, will be
What I am trying to do to et host to the tuDlrd annual meet-
ahead. She callama that he lng of the Chamber of Com-
doea. But her actions contradoit merce of the Americas today
her words. mately 100 delegates from 1i
"be everr has time to read countries attending. The final
anything because she's always session will be held at Santa
too .blusW taklog care of our Marta, Colombia, July 18.
two m1al. children and the
hole. very night when Chambers of' Commerce to be
coe h ,. all I hear about represented Include those of
is t ', t b.e that she's had San Jose. Costa Rica; e Bae.-
With Wie a .t day. vador; Guatemala; Oolon axd
"Itf someaig has happened Panama City, Papama; Port-a.
at work thit. have been en- lPince, Haiti; Cludod Trulilo.
t hw am nw, I JMe I l my Dominlcan Republic: ; Kinsatn
enthuin .by th time she's and Montego Bay Jamaica: St.
through t about her trou- Thomas, Virgin Islands; Port of
bles. I r Spain, Trinidad; Barranquilla,
"She woud probably say that Cartagena and Santa lMarta.
I am not Dch e a around Colombia; Camaguey; Holguin
the hou..B never tell me and Havana, Cu a; Guayaquil,
what s- ra zrer to dm Ecuador, and Miami, Florida.
I am ,t. *,d.. d .to kn ow
what to d..w Bustiness sessilons during the
fiv* e-day meeting will be devot-
ahoq048 -h scU.hoabout a1ed toa dlsusslona of means of
hounwo rk .k m' ,bouS.A a a sttimulating the contain u e d
matter .,-f fa d4't t k gowth ,of toutist and trade ac-
about ite at d m tth ink vit e in Latin America. Last
ab I n'katng iS1at da year the Chamber proposed re-
tra curriulsar t x work peal of the United states' 15 per
or ,acnme part teluewo cent transportation tax on tra-
"I ai not ian in A busy federal Judge took time
kIth not andn Y In. the from his reular- nchedale to
kitchen' I don't Lee why she v a convalescent home with
aA.ft behave In the kitchen hi* court attendants and pre
the way a doctp behaves in at the naturaUliation of aw
"' Optratifg t S. 1 ;with m ye ao-old avald. Mrs. -epm
acting a so sasit. Do you B ith came to this country 9
have any Sufetln?"a t s..o.
NAS' one. To ae s "'frank
wih 7vUf b ias You, have
a ie*eryth11 yOU have told me, .1
beginning with the faed that see the
OU Bel your Marriage b in
bad ,hape". mat ought to MAID
her o1#9.1 listenin t to MAID OF
t ou haft to say.
Eont lt tt i, go from
nba4 to worN, Don't let your' FASHION
neatment and dinatisfaction
SOW. ItIs kinder to a wife
o tell her you feel that She -For the benefit of
I .ftlng.f you, than to keep
st and hbe r a some- Tomorrow, Wed
nda bewildermmnt:. "Why, I
Sth h Youw happy. I at 9 p.m.. In
thought eyeauygl was all
S Don't expet her to know Latest fashions in ootto
t ft withoutu being toe Thatt I Panama also will I
lr s? w, se has been ex- debut
ect o y to know what you
C"aR do.- tO hehp her around
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(A Limited Number of PassUmge !"rths)

S.S. Vire ............................................ July 20Lh
S.S. Port EDn Bessin ..... .......................... August 4th
M.S. Berniere ......................................... July 14th
M.S. Chili . ................. .... ..... ........... August let
S.S. Antilles .. ..... ........;.............. July 23rd
S.S. Ile De tFrance ................................... July lath
Weekly t a, CArgo Service Between Crist6bil. Balboa & Wl CoLeast
of U S. & Canada.
Cript6bal: FRF.NCH LI.:E. P.O. Box 015 Tel. 3-247( & 1s18
Panami: LINDO T MADUO, S. A. Box 138
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SM.V. HECUBA leaving Cristobal

July 16, 1953

Accepting cargo and passengers
for Cartagena, Barranquilla



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Frequent freight -Iap r b Ceriteabl t
west Ct Ceranlr Ari feam sars.

&B r Saligas to New Orlnme g. at
vis Buts Marts. Ceolmbia. ) aj.

.1. "CHIRIQUI" ............... ................ July 14
S.3. "CHIRIQUI" ...............................j......uy 18
S. "CIRIQUI" ...............A...s.............Aug. 11

Wekljy e"lingss Twelve-Passmgnge ll-.New oerk. New Orieam.
Moe. Lee Anlee nM mramelMs end eamtte

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The Pacific Steam Navigation Company

Royal Mall Lines Lid.

SM .V. "SALINAS" ..... ............................ .July it
M.V. "SARMIENTO" .............. .......... July 26
M V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" 18,000 Tns) August I
SM.V. "SANTANDER" .. ........... July 15
B.S. "DRINA" ... ... .. .... July.2
S.S. "DUIVENDYK" ................................July 24
S.S. "DONGEDVK" ............................... Aug. 2

All Sailinas Subjed to Chance Without Notice
ORDi CO. INC. fPANAMA-Ave. Pera *55. Tel. 3-1251/8
IBAI.BI.A-Term Bldg Tel 2-1395


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NYC Subway Fares McC
To Be Increased Of S hlihidowl
To Fifteen Cents
NEW YORK, July 14 (UP)- 1U1d ,D A' UI
I The cost, of a ride on New York|
! City's vast subway network will WASHINQTON, July 14. (VP)
;be increased from 10 to 15 cents Sen. Joseph R. MCMarthy ai
,at 12:01 am. July 25, the New today he is sending the "Xevl-
York City Transit Authority dence that State Department
I announced today. officials "under Dean Acheon"
e engaged Ih a $150,000 "iatke-
This will be the second sub- down" plot against a "friendly
way fare rise In five years. The foreign nation."
price was raised from a nickel The Wisconsin Repqblican
to a dime on July 1. 1948, end- said the nation subnlitted.to the
ing New York's boast that it of- "shakedown" to get "'oniadera-
fered the longest five-cent ride tion that it was entitled to any-
in the world. way."
He made the statement to re-1
Under the new 15-cent fare, porters after his permanent In-
riders will have to buy tokens vestgating subcommittee 'had
to place.in turnstile coin slots. quesoned an unidentitled wit-
They still will be able to ride an ness behind closed doors. do-
unlimited distance for their Carthy said the witnae "
single fare. documents and swo; (tA -
rmony" that will be turtl r
to the Justice Departe
The senator refusea to a0wuge
'Record Progreess. aany names or details t -eng
the "shakedown." He he
In ConvalescenCe conferred with the State De-
d B Ed e apartment after hearing the wit-
Mode By Eden nem and agreed with te'dao-
partment and the lAt!Al"ud
NEWPORT, R.I., July 14 (UPI be referred to the
-British Foreign Secretary An-
thony iden is making "record C lir
progress" t convalescing here caval C u.,.,
from a bile duct operation, it was Dance Resch di IAed
reported today. Dance ReschnoUd lea
A spokesman said Eden is For July 24
"coming along fine"' but there
still la no Indication when he will A "Vacation Hop" originally
resume his duties. ; scheduled for July 11 at the Pa-
raise Clubhouse,has been re-
Eden has been leading' a se- scheduled for Friday, Tuly 26, at
eluded life since his arrival here the Elks Lateen club In La Boes.
l9st month when he was released The dance, which s. under the
from k Boaton hospital. Eden sponsorship of the CaVlier So-
and his wife have been staying clal Club, wil. be held from 8
at the estate of John Barry Ry- p.m. until 2 a.m. with music by
an. Victor Boa and his Combo.


Great White Fleet

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S.S. "BTFJORD" ................... .......... July 1 8
**S.S. #Cl1A61 .......... IV ? .
*S.S. "Ci J.AO .............................Jugy 26
S.S. "MABELLA" ............................ .Ag. 2

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hae t the turf the he up Thre'was nothg wrong with
*Somd a# -hiop i 4V1in and Wia tng..the 8a Bard Luck Joe played
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nhbIW gil priW It was a bridge crime of thesb1(U)e.
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

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SALE.-Frigidaire 9 It. 60 cycle FOR SALE: Hillmon convert ble 20o1 Amnm. C. .L
,porcelain, perfect condlon, $125 '52. Financing possible Cadillac
-Phone 4-144 Coco,. 2724 Nco- Coupe '49. both duly free. Soil- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. -
bahr. ,-Coco _n.. 7 c- n3-1773. Central Avenue K" Street cor-
^bwp"O"bar. I _---ner. Telephone 2-3479. Panam.
p r. Ask About Our FOR SALE:--Chevrolet 2 ton Stoke --er. Telephone 2-34"9, Panaa.
WRi STRIKES Body Body Truck. Inquire at No. Ask About Our
Baozar Amer.cano FOR SALE--'38 Packard Convertible "BazorAmericano" I
Panama & Colc Sedan. good transportation, $100. Panama & Colon S f'
SALE12Ge rengerator 8 2 hone Curundu 3264. House 2136-
Cu. Ft. originally $296.00. now A F 6th St. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA. ha
SCu. CallsFt.aGulick588-PANAMA-MEXICO one way $8I5 .I.
-$25.00. Call Ft. Gulick 88-908. FOR SALE:- Used Cars: 1949 Ford round trip $135 (15 day limit) N 45 .
IR SALE:-Venetian blinds, olumi- Panel. 1-2 ton, duty paid, $550.- $165, good one year; to L 0 '
num: 24" $5 00: 28". $3.50; 00. 1948 Buick, 4 door Sedn, ANGELES one way. $159.25 round RENT
68" $1600; 74 $S17 00; 8' x duty free, $875.00. Call during trip $268.64 190 day limit). Pan- '
10", $26.00 li.nd.x Automatic office hours. Tel. Balboa 130. ama Dispatch Service. 36 Avenlda ,
Economar washing machine. 25 FOR SALE -1948 BuIck Convertible Nacional (Automobile Rowl. Tel. -
Cycle, $183.00. House 130-A. Super, in excellent condition at Panama 2-1655". FO-FRenidh houMe C
Phone 6-290. bargain pliLe. automatic windows A -ra squilla facing olf course. I
RuSALE:Completeset household Good radio. Excellent motor. Call FOR SALE ,room Informotion toleph
furniture. Call during office hours. Panama 2.-2370. 0709. .. ..-- roI
Tel. Balbca 1530. __ OR SALE:-1950 Crosley Hotshot. Miscellaneous FA* RENT: -- Fmithed homau t
1 SALE:-L.v.ngroom couch. $35 14,000 miles, rodio, new to '. FOR SALE:-Eight used fluorescent A et: r2 bedroom' ivu
00, mahogany corner cabinet $50. Phone 2-421 1. 0777-L, William- 4-tube inaustriol lamps. Inquire ot di s two ; S f
00; modern choir with plastic bed- son Place. No. 21 Juan B. Sosa St. qs le l IfuT go"o -.
b____1500_Nrggstoe_6040th St. No. 19. Tet. rIOU4V.
blnrg $15 00: Narge aos stove $60 PANAMA CANAL COMPANY FOR SALE.-CARRIER 7-8 4IP usedFOR R IIT:" Fur1i
00. All items in excellent con- OFFERS VEHICLES FOR SALE air conditioning cabinet uit, in FOR RET:-Furnished resin la
-.dition. No. 4, Calls Gerardo Orte- Sealed bids, for opening in public, good condition. Inquire at No. 21 ella Vista. Call Venezuea .
go. Apt. 3, telephone 3-5414. Wyll be received until 10.30 A. M_ Juan B. Soso Street. Fou bedroom, 3 beth eoemshet
SALE--G.E refrigerator 25 July 20. 1953. in the office of water, 5 s I' quartrsfl Ipfrma"
cycle, $ E6000; 1-4 H P. wash- Superintendent of Storehouses, Bol- FOR SALE-One 3' x 5' Pink Ch tio- tio telepho 3-0Q70.
i machine motor 25 cycle $10.. boo. for vehicles, including pick-up. nese Nichols Rug Originally p a rFOR RENT-Three tedroon S
Single bed, springs, mattress. stake. panel, tractor, carryall, cano- of three piece bedroom set. Tel- hot W er e al.g n
!0.00. Table and four chairs. py express and tank bodies, located phone Balboa 3489 or 1460 be- hoat Panama 3-0t7 no e.
'10.00. Phone Albroo.k 7221. in the -300" Area, Balboa. Invoation tween 8:00..a m. and 4:30 p. rf. able immediately.
No. 41 may be obtained from the Monday thru Friday._______ __i
Above source, Or from office of FOR SALE-Baby Grand Piano. 5375.FOR RENT: -UnfuLrni shed ls .
.R SALE:--Onelivingroom set. re- Superintendent of Storehouses, tel- 00. Call after 12 o'clock. 2-1658- bedroom pm. htont 3-.1" '-l
frigerator, washing machine. 2 phone 2-1815. 1544-A. Mango St. Balboa for 8 p. th.
electric fans, 2 record players _______. __.__--__
Everything in perfeot condition. FOR SALE: 1952 Morris Minor FOR SALE:-Lorge mahogany g FOR RENT
Sacrifice price. Son Pablo St. 771. convertible. 4,000 miles. $1.000. cabinet, mahogany couch bed.
Apt. A, from 4 p. m Call Curupdu 31 15 offer 4:30 p home movie screen, tripod, hand A. -
refertor m. electric drill and sander, cabinet -
bedroom furniture, fencing n d FOR SALE:-1951 Mercury, excel- radio record player, spotlights. Tel- FOR RENI':-Tw
bomboo shades for Gavilan Duplex, lent condition, low mileage $51.450 phone 3-3774. department -i efI s Viste.
violets,. water colors. Misc. articles. 00 or best offer: Cristobol 3-1339. FREE Four Seven Week old _Col 2- 3 41. A -
Including daybeds. House 1507-B. FOR SALE:-1948 Buick convertible puppies, looking for good home. .. C 2-2341..
Akee St., Balboo, J J. Kennedy Dynaflow, excellent condition, new Lee Rigby, 0950, Amodor Road. AT .
One s2-3001. Call in person or tires, $895.00. Call Panama 3- FOR SALe.9 x 12 nd rp dloomr tr o Id Wae
no e between 3:00 P.m and 6:- 0427. FORubber un1erpadlo6 m r8 f t. re- ef 3494)
m p. .Monday. thru Thursdao. FwOA B ,' n w ith rubber underpaid, 6 x 8 ft. red- o
_-r-FOR SALE: Buick, '48 Dvnoflow wood shades, 12 aluminum vene-
SALE.-Refrigerator 8 cu. ft. seden. good condition, $70Q. Call tians, 4 lawn chairs with 2 foot- FOR RENT: Furnished optrmt,
unlni. Kenmore washing ma- Donikel, Navy 2201. rests, icebox, books, octagonal suitable for metrild couple,'kich-
dilne; like new. Beds complete. poker-table. 120 Ridge Road, Bal- 'n .and dtninarpOW.privlejg. .Tel,
e. ol tables. chairs. buffet, bureaus, FOR SALE:-4 door, 52 styli De boa Heights. phone 3-3198. Colombia street
Sbookcatses, studio couches. Baby Lux* two-tont Chevrolet, ,000 .rl No. Apt. 5.. -. .-
.l e nlloelious. 1524. At. K. ra iRI FORRINT drtfuri
stairs. Gevllo. Read. 03rd,.IS CLU1 ._ bedrooemt r' 1A St.

s --Porch set, Glider, FOR SA ~ptread tires aOnd FOR RENT: Whl fur e,
tables, 3000; wicker set 2 chairs A -2 tubes. P ~15.iler been used. screened, 2 bedroom apIetftent.
tables, wcker se, cair FOR SALE:22 foot filing ser. Phone 2-3.. Hau$ 0954 Amo- Fhcing Hotel .Et Mefin 1t.e 3
and a table. $25 00 Steel desk, .65 "H. P. Wiltys sea i l motor dr ood. H 10954 Ama- F Hel noms *. Te
Smahogony dining table, serving Perfect condition. SIep~s two. Call -dor Rood. 13, _al___.
t table, two lamps mahogany bose Stanley, Balboo Yacht Club, 2693 FOR SALE:-I Parrot, yellow head, FO BR '
H bulse 356. Apt. 6, Ancon. 2-4175 or Ponrim 2-2341 $10 00.. Phone 83-6232. Rm f
after 4:30 p. m. ".-- 41 1 0 e "- .3 2
North Arnerlc couple would like .
SALE-Kerosene Servel ref riger- P r !e and Red T tk Canal F ......r-
s ot-r, deep freeze, excellent con- problems of receomy rpbuitr andri'ti.. clitifsr
olition C.all Lrisl;bal. a-1327..7 ...ditiofld 34. fo, t rusr..r, i -t Emrl eft"O Invied^101n--".;oltns"-aailities.
dO..AL. Westingho- s HP. Continental marine gas e n-%e Electric frigrdtor.N.11,fi' ,4rd
OR SALE.-9 cu ft. Westinghouse gine. battery charger, head. galley To Mrtto ngStreet.
a refrigerator, 25 cycles. Excellent ice box, dingy, fishing chair, but- TI 0 I Meeting FOR RENT: Furnished room-for
condition, $7).00. Speed Queen riggers etc. sleeps four. Panarn 3- . n a -oaple 9r.1pT'Tf.T. C*tral
automatic i.roer. Excellent con- 0692. Employee of the Panama Ca- Ay ~W tr
dition, 25 cycles, $2500. Must nal Co. and .O ZDone govern. r ,. r JlT
sell today. Phone 2-3189. Help W anted ment relMll edi Tank ..
fOR SALE: Hot Point automatic I__nvited to attea* a special meet- I
washing machine 60 cyclrs. Reo- WANTED.-Experienced cook. Colle Ing in the auditorium of the St.8 11111A
..sonable. Qtrs. 402-A. Ciayton, Uruyuci Noa 20.. James Church lpmorTpw at 7:30 OUS
phone 87-3134 --- p.m. FOR. REN.rr.,;- O4 1neters
T S pecia C on^ be give j F dl. RN ftr--,11111111r0
SALE:-Mahogany bar withh red FOR SALE 1 nreR dsabit a w Li ishmen
'altheir upholstery $65 00; Van,- incread disability allow- in best lic in Il Congrejo.
ties $251.0; Wardrobes $25.00; Real Estate ance, Corner ail faini I ,
Metal desks, S25 00; Dressers $ n12. 21 housing to be lot in r r
00, Double beds Icomplete. from On your lor you can gel a fine home 31 treaty revision between the partkculp* cot .117
$45.00; Single from $30 00, Din- of 2 bedrooms bu.it of wooden Republic of Panama and the 7:36 to 8:300'a f .Afto 7:10
i ingroom tables $14.00. Choirs 3.- structure upon concrete columns U.S., and p.
00. Buffers, Rocking chairs 5 For 4,000.00. For details call 3- 4) grlvances.
Metal swing $59.00. Cribs icom- -" .______ _____
pletel $29.00. Sofas. $28.00. FOR SALE:-Bargain modern chaler. A Jm W" r
Small tables $3.00 NEW,-feldism 2-bedooims, 2 porches, bothroorm AccidentOCr /S g -Z --
beds. $25 00; Gas tSlowe 559,00,W livipg-diningroorm, etc. $2 200.00
Electric Stoves, $25.00 arnd many No 52 Central Avenue, Chorrera. (Coin"atedoi Pmage 1) -
other bargains in b-.th- new arfd '" Ask for EspaFiita.
used furniture. WE REUPHOLTER --i cases, by the actual suspension
FURNITURE. Oor cancellation f o operators
H OR CREDIT WE DELIVER Position Offered l cen.se.
obie Row No. ln41 -" During thq paWt year a total
Phone 3-4911 WANTED:-Stenographer for dtc. of 4,170 pers aO were arrested WANTED:. Wa ste.p-
fm -te fe "9 Eriglsh for monnrh' work.iln the Canal 4-ie for traffic tetoo"r h1* Nslveqi.tllb .
S i AI Must hove experience. Inerna- violations, con etos,467 dur- oi* i( ,
FOR SALE i Mtonal import, 6th Street No. 5. in the previout yar.. i ..
Panama. The Police ihuo traffic warn- WANTI.PI4tM 25- l fr" k
S ioorevele __ WANTED: Bookkeeper -h ex. ing (iards for minor traffic vio- larger. Phmne 4.-144.":W6
c SALE.-'49 IndaQr. 500 cc vtI perence in accounts receivable nations, and no Otber action a Nicober. ,
-and 53' ariel square four. both ex- Apply Box 2007 Ancon, C Z taken provided the rectlent WANIED: -
cellen. condition Coll 4-567 state experience and g.ve refer- has not recel a peVlous with stv, l
Ho, e 120 Pedro Mguel. ances. warning or wa i dung the ( Ca 2-
S___ _.IDg __e __,_,_-prec.-ding twe--le- m ells.
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No trouble
to sleep
Where the waves roll over
the rocks and their sound
hums a lullaby.
In residential COCO DEL
MAR. riht on the edge of
the ocean we offer well
built and eharmin- 3 bed-
room house with all modern
convenience. LaTRe lot with
extensive frontage on street
and sep. a kitchen true Joy
and pride of any house-
wife. amule closet space.
hot wa'er throughout the
house. and everything else
including price to please
For firtber detsailton above
q other available real-
ences*'leeB call!
Tel. M-esW
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sons were found to i been r
previous warnings d were r|
prosecuted In court, for their
second or subsequent offense.
There was a considerable In-
crease In. his particular phase
of traffic enforcement, over the Atlantul
preceding year, When 3031 cards minded (h
were issued and only 1B) per- agulnatjU
sons found to have beeb Iued vants snin
previous warning*. week, on
Mfday aft
During the past year two The 1-,
operators' lire.nses were cancel- GIvn tM
led. 109 were 'revoked and 52 ba..n .
suspended, compared to one neatii.
cancelled, 98 revoked and 41 nUt
suspending during the previous
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of blood pIams, the equivalent
of pin of whole blood, in
treating the small victims. But
they were unable to save Bruce
Movr, 3, and his four-year-old
brother, Randall, both of whom
several hours after the ac-
They were so severely burned
relatives were- unable to tell
them apart for some time.
The father Howard N. Moyer.
a Dade County farmer, was being
treated for first and second de-
gree burns aid shock.
He said he had put the boys In
the cab of his truck because they
were unable to stand the zhox-
quitoes swarUling in the field
where he wuv working.
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a Negro woman called-him to the
burning trfek cab. He found the
windows closed and the doors
locked from the inside.
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foot against the side of the truck
and wrenched the locked door
open to drag his unconscious
children from the flames.
Moyer told police he believed
the children had started the fire
with matches which he keot in
the glove compartment of the
truck. The farmer was tending
the bovs because his wife. Mrs.
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Congress Asked

To Consider Sole

.Of Govt. Assets

- Rep. Martin Dies (D-Tez.)
asked Congress today to consi-
, r the advisability of selling all
e government's properties and
easets to the highest bidder.
e said public lands, power
doam &ad other holdings, esti-
mated to be worth up to $200,-
000,000,000, are being operated
for the most part at a loss to
the taxpayer.
If they were sold. at auction
to the hihl ,biddr. Dies said.
he proeeds cod be used to
pay off the ntial debt and
restore the nation to solvency.
Dies introduced a resolution
calling on speaker Joseph W.
Martin Jr. to appoint a special
committee to investigate "ad-
visability" of such a move. The
proposal was referred to the
rules committee.

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eat Array Of Home Run 1'

tters Seek 4th In Row ___

By CARL LUNDQUIST American League
CINCINNATI, 0.. July 14 (UP) The great- Teams w L Pet.
array of home run hitters since the heydey of New York 56 26 .683
Ruth was picked to make it four victories Chicago 52 3 .6178
1 row for the National League today in base- Boston 47 39 .547
I's annual All-Star Classic. Washington 42 42 .500
Philadelphia 34 51 .400
ugged Robin Roberts of theI The Nationals' "muscle bri- St. Louis 31 55 .30
who has 14 victories, gade" was listed a 13-10 favorite Detroit 27 5o- .321
than any other hurler in In the game scheduled to start at T o d a y' s G ame
big leagues, was slated, to be 1:30 pm EST 12:30 p.m. EDTI ALL-STAR GAME
starting pitcher for the Na- at Crosley Field under sunny 0o-
als, opposed by 10-game will- skies. American League
]Klly Pierce of the White Sox vs
,he American League. There was power reminiscent National League
of the golden era of Ruth. Lou 1:30 .m. E.S.T.
Gehrtg, Al Simmons and Jimmy At Crosley ield, Cincinnati
AFoxx on display, only this time At Cr.e.. ed. i-n
Sit was set to do its collective
e First Over swinging for the National instead Na M iA al Ia
of the American League. NIlUationa Leaglu
Naiaish Line n Ntonl League Manager Brooklyn 50 31 .617
SCharley Dressen of the Brook- Milwaukee 49 33 .598
*. lyn Dodgers, whose starting Philadelphia 45 34 .570
S\I I team was selected for him by St. Louis 46 35 .568
icaV iO 11 e' a nationwide vote of fans said New York 43 37 .538
S"fram sow on I'm all for Cincinnati 37. 46 .446
grandstand managers." Chicago 30 50 .375
ICKINAC ISLAND. Mich. Pittsburgh 27 61 .207
14 IUP) *"Sabre" an 87- "They really picked me a lulu P.ttsb- h
yawl owned by Roman of a ball club," he added.
of Sheboygan, Wis. today That club has hit a total of 127a T T
over the finish line of home runs so far this season and LCo|inO To Tr
Chicago-Mackinac sailboat every man in the lineup down to
Just 20 second ahead of the pitcher Roberts is a threat to
a two craft. blast the ball right out of tiny
B big. yawl nosed out the Crosley Field. For New Records
10-meter sloop "Free
i" n a thrilling finish to It contains the top f6ur home r n'
338-mile race that was so run sluggers in the majors today, ,
the bow of Freebooter third baseman Ed Mathews of ippi
the winner', stern. Milwaukee with 27, first baseman
place went to 'Escapade' Ted Kluszewski of Cincinnati ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 13 (TU)
foot yawl owned by Wen- with 25 and catcher Roy Cam- Jose Corttfas, Cuban long.
-i Anderson, Detroit, Mich., paella of Brooklyn and center distance swimmter, said today he
had led the fleet through- fielder Gus Bell of Cincinnati will make another try at a rec-
most of the race. with 22 apiece. ord on the Mississippi River aft-
H Royono Trophy went to er narrowly missing a new mark
for being the first yacht All this the Nationals have for the 22-mile swim from Al-
the finish line but the and Stan Musial, too. ton. Ill., to St. Louis.
WMinner of the race will not Musial, whose only batting Cortifias also had a narrow
wn until the smaller craft weakness has been described as escape from disaster when the
finished and a complicat- slowing down between second swift current almost pulled him
handicapp system is worked and third running out triples, under a barge at the St. Louis
tie might well be the most formida- Yacht Club at the finish of his
bre's actual time 37:54:40 ble man in the lineup since he is swim. He grabbed a spectator's
30 seconds ahead of Free- a seasoned AUll-tar performer ankle and held on until he
and six and a half min- and is moving up fast in the hit- dragged out of the water.
ahead of Escapade. But un- ting ranks after one of the worst The 36-year-old Cuban made
the handicap corrected time slumps of his career, the 22-mile swim in four hbors
VWisconsin boat ranked third 5212 minutes as a warmup for
rankings being: Freeboot- Roberts, whose 14 letories a race downritver against Anto-
::31:01; Escapade 37:28:36; put him right on his timeta- nio Abertondo of Argentina July
sabre 39:55:59. ble for the 28 victories which 25. His time, was 4V minutes off
tft e craft were well a- he achieved last year, is base- the record set by two St. Louis
of the fleet of 52 other sail- % blhtt winner sinee Dis- youths in 1950.
d they entered the nar- sy Diea and be is eager to Cortiflas said be will try later
tg of Mackinac early work. even thoSea he pitched this wedk. o iteat the .10.n*e
Sd ver atl nine innings against record tram dihn of Roes
re detook an briefarleadmo er Pittsburgh Sunday Bridge in North t. Louis to
ode In an early morning Eads Bridge downtown.
but lost it to Free Manager Cas tengel of the Cortiflas and Abetondo will be
Ssoutheast. Therly winds be- u American 14eauers, still without out to beat each other and the
e lut 6 jnles of water wiu victory in three years at the 292-*itle endurance record set
1itle a2 50 yards separatingth helm. said he would wait until by John Sigmund of St. Louis
three eek hulls, tinhe gets to the park before decid- n 1931 when they set out down-
ee smaller craft which ng who will relieve Pierce after river later this month.
ao a th e favorites report the first three Innings, but it will
pWe as few miles astern of the have to be a right ander be-d
leaders and yachtsmen said cause Billy Pierce was the only
*,t the light winds favored southpaw he picked. I
efforta to "save time" on The guessing Is that it would
it larger craft, be his own right-hander Joh'nny
Among the favorites reported Sain, who has been particularly
up in the fleet were Clay- effective this year and who used
Ewing's yawl "Vixe," from to be a National Leaguer himself.
Bay, Wis., and the "Mani- Stengel also made a strong case ,
*" a Chicago yawl owned by for the incomparable old Satchel ,
h Korehler. Palge of the Browns, who he
ketch "Fleetwood" owned has called "the greatest relief
Dick Geib of Chicago and pitcher in baseball."
Karas' yawl "Cara Mia"
farther back but their time "I might finish up with him,"
p posed a threat to the he said. "Last year I was all set
to bring him in when it rained
P c" officials said that It and I didn't get a chance. I got
be several hours before rained out of that game and I
SSfaller yachts crossed the think we would have won It. It
line and gave an indica- doesn't look like we'll have any
of how the handicapped rain this time and maybe we'll
would shape up. win this one Instead." .



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Sthm. all other daily papers in Panami combined I

Olander ga eht-foot
1l-inch. -oupf Be bua marlin
12 miles off Beras-d after two-
hour fight. a1 r
won first prise is tM 1944 Wan
S1951 Bermuda peeats. NEA)
Rabbit Xa
not unusual for one to raise rab-
bits. However, Ted fyback owned
four rabbits that were definitely
out of the ordinary,.Each bunny
had only one ear.

DON'LT BLOOMERS FOLYOU-.alitan footba-ll-oeer to ye
gaM In Florence. The stciped )lo5 a have been traditional for Sot yeU.
a"w, ymbolic of prosperity. (NA

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Harlem Sporters, Selection'

To- Clash Under LightsTonight

Dim Daniel
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CINCINNATIL- Caey Stenel appeasn to be Inordinately
tod o hd b. Espeealythe rich, red variety whieh upreots
out -f Aitr ha le -has .tbeesn Invaved- an theme ta-
carrielar fehds with players of riva teams, and hi InvitoA the
blasts of the fans, more than has any other maner ainee the
interleare contest was or npiuMdn ...
Stengel has an assist .from the frequently of hbs Involve-
ment. Thsa a his fourth oanseeue leadership of the Amer-
Ican League, forces. Only Joe McCartby. with pennalit winner
from 1936 through -1939, had a similarly long Al-Star tenure.
Marse ;oe got himself into occasional vendettas but, compaed
with Casey. he was a down-right k ppea'er.
Stengel cooked himself up qLte mess of rhuba las
week when he annomuned his pihears In today's game. would
be picked from among Alie Reynoi Job ny Bala, Bob Lemon
Mike Garcla Billy Pierce and atbh Paig4.
Casey s ubbed Mel Parnel, Moborterfteld an8 Alex tll
ner. AmOng them they have hunti .4e abtout. yan dea
Mel and Alex, both southpawsa, -- A Yk aa.Lh
as It now Is, twice in succession., .
It is Interesting to note
1933, under McCarthy, the 0o
consecutive contests. .-

Washington and Philadelphia throu the rest of the leson.

In 195, Bob -eller came into dsBtar
talked about pitcher In the ma e at
won 12 and lost only 2, but on J 3 had
no-hitter, In a 2-1 battle with' -
That year the American 1 pered s.
of AU-Star pitchers with a -
forced Casy to pick one hurler f.lor
Be chose ab Lemon over Feller, _s
to Beersheba, with an extra dose roai
Stengel believed he had strong ag
Feller had been picked in 1947 Ine
declined both domloations. ho"w -
However, Casey discovered, la I that then
forgotten all about the runouts, only too
In fauboutgs outside of New Yor, to l full aW
the chance -to heap abuse on a ma .of the Yaat t
'1950. for his failure to pick third Al
having a .3 season. He flnishedt 27 homer .
However, Casey didn't- exac bum
George Kell, the choice, was in i that
as a fielder, was far superior to -. .
But Clovqland fas have not tI what they'ebe to
call a slur, and thystill remind ut it.
Casey was crit in 1950 not 1M A a M.
Birdie Tebbstts delivered a diatribe. Ca o
ignored him-and there were sharifind frm
too, about V Werts's failure to t .
Casey Took.Shotae aSh Too t, .
Casey first Ai ar ,w fr ,th rhbrl NW. E
of whicl be started l
ous blast at Barney Sbotton fr ed a
the popular vote fayof Vn Coxh
Duke Snidr In the ... i
and Ford Frck. then t a
Issue a directive
Shotton -did g eitonlys
batter, in the 12th TYou
that Red dhondlatzst othe
homer which bet theft
In 1960. Stengel alpo taok-a f hi
agers of the Amhutaft .,g.Of.the'
Harridge had ured o order
Star piteha nt to W 1arbefo '
Role wwanrn In.

literary gem.
Last yar Ca ey.
game was started in. 9S
had to be .
There a
gate Casey ffara
a spectacular S.
change, ahd ..
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Teasl . W L _et.
Hart Sporters 9 3 7
PowdL a 7 6 .d
Pollca t a 7 7 .
CeriM la Nadenal 6 7
Cientbogas '8 5 AlT
Coco opUto 5 7 All
Panad 5 7 .4
Tonight the aebow Oty
Major Softball Leagu w-iMll
its books with the.
of trophies an
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CoaoIIly Triumph Again
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Panama Ketch Frisch Looks At

Chirnui Now Sams Himlb

In 4;. Place

pg AMR- seemed a
re IfA the annual
LOSa A MU is yacht
*aae..aa,.M lagig~ag .ieg lead

miles separaltnhg the two sailing
shi -.
. he Goodwill, skippered- by
Ralph & Larrabee, was reported
a ling under full canvas with
a fair northeast- wind of 13
knob. Othes of the-32 entries,
stretched bqf fac nearly 1;;
miles, rilport v weather ranging
from' clear skies td rain'squalls.
The Chubasco of Los Angeles
made the mg t significant gain
on the leadeta, moving t to
thtrd plaef from seventh place.
8eI held a 30 mile lead over the
Chiriqul of Balbda, C.Z., at '750
miles out.. .
the Setlle yawl a le drop-
pei baik.'to fi pltace during
tIhe night afer.evlng to
third Saturay ngt. She was
repo~,19e' ,ile out 10 miles
back of the Chlriqul.
Other leaders were Queen
Mab, 1196; L'Apache, 810: Nam.-
ang, 841- Tohoho 880, Jada, 891,
and the Iltamar, 805.



*"r'ri4tnous edtlfu s 1 a s m
that's what they've ot" testi-.
fies the En who Iped direct-
ly from 'Fordham to te Glants
In 1919. "I thought it went out
of style with the Oas House
Oang, but these kids are bring-
Ing it back.
"Huntft? They move on. and
off the field so fast that they're
silt on the bench before the
cate r tan even turst axnad.
If we a mdre 0'Bries around
It'd stop those drawn-out, dreary
four-hour games.
"Their gameness, courage and
tenacity exeplify the money
player Instinct.
"Despite the fact .they lak
the poaed artitry et Awo
tar they are na 'g+
competitor. Aggressiens can
car. a loY= n way.. the
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k's too early to say how fr
Q'dems will go, but no
r' goog to out-huste them.
r. t kings in that de-
Mklaney will go along with
H8a-of-ame second base-
T Prates are the same
itSrha, but no one la fault-
them 'on hustle. The 0'-
at fout Amboy, NA., mn
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24 leaMs I National Leae
Written tfor NIA 'SrVice
QUKIT3iOI: There pre run-
non 1 aI d'nd 'second base
when the batter doubles down
the third. c line. The first
runner mOiM the plate but
tailS t&, tOu Lthird bae. The
runner wa U n first toueh-
eas jl the hsu he scores,
afer which the irsat runner
realize hfi mistake and returns
to third beom the tall is held
on the bag. What Is the rule?-
Phu Wulowt
Answer: The first runner Is
net uat, but the man behind
him is for easing a runner.
Q. Who led a llAgue the most
times in aden bases, Ty Cobb or
Bonus Wan r7-?- Georges Bar-
rett. 4
A. Qobb l d tgm Awrican
Lea in stole taesix tame
Wagner the National five.
Q. How naPy teams has Gene
Woodling been since coming to
the major leagues?-John Dick-
A. Weodilng began with the
llasdm in 1341, was neqired by
the PIrates la te winter t '46,
pareliased by the iTakees In i4.
Q. What Js the major league
record for ma times grounding
Into a double play In one gme?
A. Four, keN Jmly GeG-
Gee@ and Mi K
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amediono, reestly Ideveloped br a
The 'Brienas received a tele- meno-t th a. Iste w rbs
phone ca tro Al Brtghtman, tua k 3 T, 'v ieL r
he basketball coach at Beat-. Morew 5IM fast to e ye thre
wtie. L c. .P s ei'e. a
"allas," he said, "cengratu- xtfOres w. MA a m;
late me. I've Jast become the wMe teemar
father of twins" t.n rG* r t
*im r. sede n bWtt 7
b6tr ~y s dound te O'Brien -.mae -..
look-&9s M double se1tosOW ,w'. n InP

Ring Injuries Down As Go

Moves To Make Boxing Saf
NEA Spert 016e9 2
XNW YORK, July 34 3B0- Son asked manufaetuss to
Ing records will never mention design a glove that wOa rA
the name of Dan G lomb. duce he number of et
Th s l-year-old New Yorker browa and cheeks. l01mb
nerer woae n pair of ove In up with what tbe Nejm
ring combat. Yet for two years board 0all a "no-at"
he has been carving his own This glare has a shorter
little niche in the beak busting and an over-se ad
business' history- one thai surface. The glove
should be remembered for a thumbing, too, has m I [
long time. feet In tots. obrt K.
It was two years ago next emberry, high Ne* Te e k.
month that OGeorgie Flore was In the net few weeks i
killed in the Madison equate pected to make it ei
Garden battle pit.
Public, Dress and publicity- -)Oo0- 4.1
seeking legislators shouted for OLOM CJAME UP w i
reforms. new ring panding. l ur
have mase the new 20oor a4 1
Once more there were cries and others am read to z
for the abolishment of profess Cuttingdow thewat oBp'
sional pr-e fighting, back of. a perfo r'
While everyone talked about striking the canvei, It
safety in the sour science, only out to Oe completely efftOtiw..
Dan Golomb did something -
about it. The young manufactur- The material wJ s
her's first problem wAs te glove ed into a helmet wMtideh -JM..
The mitten, that ad mbeen sy has made an.s,
handed down tir 40 years were b0X*i g Ogral
made of crude animal hair, atuf- are considenng doaB f mt I
Led haphazardly in the center of thing. The headpiece weigh
two places of leather. During a more than an ounce sad a
fight the hair would rt. The protect the back d the
fighters would be pubchn g with in the event of a knockdow,.
practically bare knuckles. If the has been tested and f
hair didn't separate by itself, highly practicable.
the fighter or a' second would ..
see that it did. The mouthpiece WW t b l|
_0h diatora ummallv was a thi
GOLON DEVELOEiD aLOf rubber,u _tis it
safety-guard glove. The ame eapecially built by a a XG at -t
Inlmal's hair was processed with cost of 50 or more.
aelal adbesin~ rubber and ..
shaped Into. a fIsL It was In- _lmb had Dr. Vi.cW0e 6 oR ,
served uas a unit into the pocket a. Providence tooith-je9t,
of the glove, sewed in place. vse a mouthpiece w 3IIM
Exhaustive tests by every known be.Put In. mas. quanta. .p!,
method demonstrated that the still prevent cut Uls and fai-
padding woud not separate. The jaws.It. I .a double-hlngad
armed forces, National Boxing vice which locks the law '"
Aabclation and the Amateur place and prevents a ltate
Athletic Union made the safety- swing during a fight. .We. tl
guard glove mandatory mouanpleee proved Ur|-b
Qolomb readily made tb idea satisfactory, the NrA fsaw..
av liable to all manufacturers. mended It.
The result it that now every
love in the countrV Is construe-. otball coaches have tW k
ed this way. It up for their players.
Thee hasn't been a major In-
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(NEA Telephoto)
TIME OUT FOR LAUGHTER In a pause during their serious
discussions, the world's Big Three foreign ministers take time
'out to enloy a laugh with President Elsenhower in Washington.
Left to right are: Ike: John Foster Dulles, U.S. Secretary of
'State: Georges Bidault. French Foreign Minister; and acting
Britisn Foreign Secretary, Lord Salisbury.

Big Three Lines Up For

Showdown With Moscow

T' WASHINGTON, July 14 (UP)-- all-German elections leading to-
p"ea Big Three foreign ministers ward unification of Soviet-con.
t the wheels in motion today trolled Eastern Germany and
f"or possible showdown talks with Wertern Germany. This would
Z'Moscow on two of the biggest provide a major test of the So-
Issues in the cold war Ger- viets' peace offensive. West Ger-
many and Austria. man Chancellor Konrad Aden-
They agreed tentatively to call auer was understood to have
for a four-power conference of been asked to approve the move
foreign ministers this Fall to put to be outlined in an early note
ussia's self-styled peace cam- addressed to the Kremlin.
pai to the acid test.2) Warn the Communists that
The only thing holding up a any aggression in the Far East
Formal invitation, it was report- following a Korean truce would
Sd. is the reaction of London and have. the gravest consequences
laris. If they present no diffi- on world peace. The French are
-meut, it was believed notes would alarmed over the prospect that
Se dispatched to Moscow short- Red China may mount a new
o Moscow military offensive against Indo-
S ord of the understanding on china after an end of the Korean
Four talks came s Secretary war, which albpears near.
f 8tte John Foster Dulles, act- 31 Pledge their determination
t sf British Foreign Secretary to strive for peace by talking ad-
usrd Salisbury, and French For- vantage of any Communist ef-
e iln Minister Georges Bidault forts to call off the East-West
ut the finishing! touches on cold war.
their five-day strategy confer-
ence with a final session this The agreement on talks with
afternoon (2:45 p.m. EDT'. the Russians represented a con-
They planned a final commu- cession for the U n i t e d States
time summing up their effort to which had eonsiftentlv opposed
Work out ways to exploit the un- o nY four-power diseusnionn until
ot behind the Iron curte)n and MoscoW demonstrated its willig-
S edtsal with Allied troubles In ness to settle outstanding issues
Ieurpre. the Middle East, and the o-h-._-r-e-d
FI" Fast.
The three statesmen sent a Balboa-Diablo
rIeort on their agreemAnts last
lght to Londqn and Pare. If the Rubbish Duml
hine rovernmeats approvete the
ig Three were reported r eay Use Discontinued
Propose that Moscow loin in
four- nower talks desirned to Use of the old rubbish dump
clear the way for an end to thel the n banks of the Canal be-
austrian occupation and f r e e tween Balboa and t) i a b I o
Heights has been discontinued
bv the Grounds Maintenance
S tt g Division and the area is to be
ran er ristie cleaned up as a public health
Hangs Tomorrow measure.
A new garbage and rubbish
LOcNDON, July 14 (UP) disposal area has been establish-
Britlish Home Secretary Sir ed on a branch of Mirafloren
David Maxwell-Fye rejected Lake about one-half mile back
yesterday the mercy appeal of of Red Tank in the general area
MX strangler John B. Christie, of the Pedro Miguel Saddle Club.
dooming the confessed murder The new centralized dump area
Of seven women to the gallows, was established following the
Before turning down Christie's transfer of the garbage and
l8ea daxweUl-Fyfe had the bald rubbish disposal work in Pan-
hinpIng clerk examined by ama City to the Panama Gov-
Sthrre psychiatrists at Pentonvil- enmeezt and discontinuance of
Ie Prison where Christie will be the use of the dump near old
hanged. Panama.
Christie vas sentenced June
for the silk stocking strazi. The new disposal area Is la-
ting of his wife-one of the seo D ated so tht the prevailing
S6 women he confessed murder i wAll e W Y smoke from
ILg in sexual irenzies. Be bur.nqr nubbsh away from the
buried the bodies in his garden noPulatd areas.
o boid them in the walls of his
The former volunteer police- '
man did not appeal the verdicts ,- .
against him, but asked for mer- .
cy to save him from hanging. -S,

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Anglo-Egyptian Cisis Worst

Since Cairo Mobs Ran Wild

CAIRO, Egypt, July 14 (UP) -
British tanks sealed off the Suez
Canal city of Ismalla yesterday
when angry Egyptian officials
defied a British ultimatum to
return a kidnapped British air-
Maj. Salah Salem, Egyptian
minister of National guidance,
warned Egyptians to prepare for
a "major battle." There "is no
independence e x c e p t with
blood," he said.
It was the worst Anglo-Egyp-
tian crisis since the bloody bat-
tles In Ismallia in October, 1951,
and the Infamous "Black Satur-
day" of Jan. 26. 1952, when mobs
burned and sacked British prop-
erty in Cairo, including world
famous Shepheards Hotel
Both the British and Egyp-
tian cabinets met to o sider
the crisis, and Premier Gen. Mo-
hammed Naguib met afterwards
with members of the military
junta that rules Egypt.
Tension was heightened by
the shooting to death of a Brit-

Miss Uno erse

Beaies Silg In

'Main Street, USA'
LONG BEACH. Calif.. July 14
(UP) Forty two of America's
most beautiful girls face their
first major test in the Miss Uni-
verse beauty pageant tonight
when .they vie $or flye finalist
poitlona fot he title of Mia
United Statwes.
There will -e no sight-seeing
junkets or parties for the girls
today preceding the preliminary
The five finalists for the Mira
United States crown will be se-
lected in the pageant's first for-
mal program. All 67 Miss Uni-
verse contestants will sing and
dance in the production num-
ber. "Main Street. U.S.A."
Miss United States will be
crowned tomorrow night and will
compete against the internation-
al entrants Thursday night when
the field Is reduced -to five Mis
Universe candidates.
Prizes for the girl Judged A-
merica's most beautiful includee
L $2,400 snorts car and a contract
w i t h Universal International
Studios. Trophies will be pre-
sented to the four Miss United
States runners up.
In tonight's performance, the
girls will appear in costumes of
their native lands.
All of the girls will sing a spe-
cial ftjale number. "The Whole
World ikes Our Ike."
Yesterday, the contestants vis-
ited a movie set 'at Universal-
International Studio. They were
greeted by stars Jeff Chandler
iper lAure aid 'Audle Murphy
who conducted them through the

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Ish soldier In the streets of Is- wards he was trying to calmh tan confunity In the area
malla Sunday night, the situation," but he dodged Ismalli."
The United States was tryi~ g questions on its seriousness.
to calm the situation. Egyptiaan armored ars man- Egypt prompt rejected
U. S. Ambassador Jefferson ned all strategic points In the and te British ated.
Caffery conferred with British Egyptian capital.
Charge d'Affalres Robert san. Cairo newspapers splashed
key, who flew here from the the British ultimatum and car-
Canal Zone, and with EFyptian ried scathing denunciation of
Foreign Minister Mahmoud FaW- the British action.
zi In Ismallsa British Tommies
daf(ery told newsmen after and military police set up
checkpoints on all roads leading P
*. out of the town and halted all
ed at 5 a.m. In
Meeting To Be Machine gu n. sandbag
Hel At P. M el nests and barbed wire entangle- HONOa ulho 14
eld At P M ie ments flanked the lie of white e le oe
oil drums across the roads. survivors of 5
Residents of Pedr aIn Ismalli te situation wa snrda Transocean
Ibeeni ?eested to calm. Egyptian police patrolled in ne that crashed into t
civil defense meeting e stret, preventing large -tof Wake Island.
be held at 7:30 tomorroA R groups from forming.
in thet Pro Miuel gymn3un. The trouble began when Brit- At nightfall yesterday theNa
A fedture o ie meet wiN h serviceman A. V. Ridgen transport Barrett reported It hi
be t"e showing of the i.Sappeardd from an Ismalla found 11 bOdies. The sharks hi
OpeatOn Doorstep," a m tret Thursdaychewed up the bodies so bat
picture of one of the a o Mf Irit4- h u sU l en mid he that Identilfleation was difficu
bomb bursts in Nevada. A talk was abducted b a wil-knumown Tee Of tpe.bodles wore won
on the a t o m I c explosion and despeeado mad that at.aI t one one wa that of a man a
their effects will begivenI&aw X M one "
their effects will be given W. mber of the Bcai W a two were ohildrten The soex of t
G. Dolan, chief of civil de e, authorities knew what s hap- other five could not be determit
The Pedro Mlg"el meastM pen ed.
es of owncivl d em Me
one of a series of town' me B B Gotdn, g o
for civil defense. One was oi e f o t. Goe* j es The;.arrett also sighted thr
recently in Gamboa and wr,- t. co.n.a" r r more bed- but. umuen cow
tended by a impn mber Wspto B6s 4 1 ninot lidtai rover the
idents. Boy Iu s af In- ered an Ir beorthe
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selected by the National Cotton Coqnias the MSaJ.i i _.0a
for 1953, arrived early this morning .0a .Braiff for If eridW.,
during which she will appear n a fash show of the lat o.-
ton fabrics and clothes to be held in the patio of the Btl
Panama tomorrow night. The fashion show will be held t
benefit of the Panama Red Cross.

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LONDON, July 14. (UP) -
Britain's hottest guessing game
since King Edward VIII wooed
Wallis Warfield Simpson kindled
new press report. today that
Regency rulesM be banged,
giving Princess MargLet more
freedom to choose a mate.
Lord Beaverbrook's Daily Ex-
press bannered an Australian
newspaper report that Common-
wealth prime ministers may
support an amendment to the
Regency Act.
The amendment would make
the Duke of EMne i u ent
nsed d. iaMa : tTird
in line to the uba-, sA
happens to the .o before
Prince Charles becomes 18 years
of age.
It also would remove Princess
m ,ar direct re-
ltyto rMWA Wn and
help clear the way for her mar.
rimae to a to'mImn, if that
Reports that Magaret is aIn
1"e with bTndoom G
fater TowsonI, bwo t fo

*far &a met in fatranw

nce Uncle
fricans to nickname her MWtd- t
lela (The Silent One). v
British officialdomn kep
silence amid g
for the "facts" on
sudden transfer to i
embassy air attach *
been the Queen's eq.~' py g
sition which enalMed hl a
watch Margaret grw rWt a
gawky teen-ager into a -
ful young woman. x
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