The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01655
 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: AA00010883:01655
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lV- eo E:: 'i Seek Freedom
H EA ll On paper t looks fine -the
N E E A A BA Senate action to stop U. 8. for-
Te Ml e is an open Isrum toe sedors v The Pename Amer- egn aid, both economic and ml-
Ltners ate resolved gueietuly and are handled in wholly confl- onery yell a nk ov the
emaer. On a map it doesn't look so
If you e ntributte a le don't be impatient it it doesn't appeer the fine. Or so easy.
.dy. Letters e published in the order received. Most of our foreign aid up to
Plese y to keep th lett rs limited to one page length. now, both economic and mlli-
IdMeatfy of later writers hI bld in strictest confidence. tary, has gone to Europe. It's
Tis ewpper resumes me responsibility for statements s pinion reasoned by the economizers
he letters from remeemn that today, eight years after the
0 end of World War II, It is high
OF MEN AND MICE AND GOVERNOR'S VICE time Europe began to pay Its
But while time has been work-
Ing with us in cutting aid to
I can't help being amazed by the fancy "fence jumping" tac- Europe, It has been working
a of some of our civic and labor leaders in regard to recent against us in another vit
tal and differential disputes on the Isthmus. It seems that a sphere of the world.
is a spade only when these Individuals see fit to call it a That area is the tremen-
Are we playing some sort of a game in which we keep dous sweep from Japan to
W inag sides in order to keep from exposing or antagonizing North Africa, a third of the
cWil'l personalities? Or are we just trying to be diplomatic and distance around the glqbe,
play "smart" politics? where millions of men with
If the latter is the case, and I'm afraid it is, we are on the colored skins are battling for
wroag track. There is a difference between hypocrisy and diplo- economic and political in-
ihae, and it would be well for us to guard against our diplomacy dependence, and equality with
becoming sheer hypocrisy. If you were to chase a wallet snatcher while men.
Into a dead end alley, and he, for lack of any other alternative. This revolution has had amaz-
amilingly returned your wallet, would you elatedly throw an arm ing successes in the eight short
around his shoulder and lead him to the nearest bar for a free years since World War II.
beer. The island republic of Indo-
I think some of the recent back-patting and ballyhoo direct- nesia, formerly the Netherlands
ed at our Governor and certain influential people in Washingtqn East Indies, has thrown its
Is detrimental to oux cause. After all. why shouldn't the GOV- Dutch masters out and the 80
ernor rush to Washington to stop the action of an ill-advised million natives are running
oif e Committee whose legislation, if enacted, would have creat- their own affairs.
.d shipping crisis in the Canal? The interests of the Adminis- India's 360 million people
tr ion were major, our interests secondary. And if you doubt broke away from British rule, as
thl, please explain why it took a near crisis to the Canal (clear- did the 18 million in -Blurma.
ly Indicated by resignation intents, pending Senate action) to The French are in danger of
2m1= the Administration act in our behalf. It wasn't the crisis losing Indochina, with its 25
ina own Individual lives that spurred Administraggrs on, not if million people.
W- w man believe our own shirt sleeve conference deelgates who re- Far to the west In this brcwn
pr to us that they had said, "if one cannot afford to pay high- hman sbelt, Iran hans ossed t out
Srt h can go home."he Btsh, and In Egypt the
make an issue of it? Just this. We have received from Britishunreon the hot seat. A
Wshltot no more than Is justly due us. Because of the Cornm- threatens France's vast colonial
ow ptIcy of disregard for the Welfare of its eployea, we have holdings there.
u 0t Mad uor own delegates to Washington tO what we Thus, while time eases our
1! ,. A twhy be so elated? Like the wallet sa4t0 our Ad- problems in Europe, the same
t Mat eight get the idea that we like to have things taken .passing of the days and
awur from us so we can have the "fun" of getting them back. months is sharply increasing
'Whit we are doing is right, so let's be straightforward and stomp our potential troubles in Asia,
BJM on the toes of those who get In our way Don't forget we the Middle East and Africa.
arastill far behind in this little game of cat an$ mouse. And the reason for this is
-- We It. Right Russia.
___ __-'-R-i- h- Russia lies closer to this great
irea of unrest than do either
AnIwr to P a Puzzle the United States or Western
.' The Th R's Europe. In some places ahe
Ijr e e borders it.
Even aside from this favorable
L I V TICAL proximity, communism is known
l Chairity to flourish in areas of discon-
hnie tfe 2 oI Charity tent, unrest, and poverty, Pov-
rithmetc 2F regime erty the brown man's belt has
4 10- to a 3 De1aide always had. Now come open un-
4 ll!, > Dt uS'SS rest and discontent.,
Coditilons that colpmutism
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$4etanisu duke 8 ashings ., ft;sam nlmg Wtions more son.
o eued 9 Medley 25 One 40 Gaze fixedly Russians to the 600 million
J t lO 10 Music maker 26 Apportion 41 Inferior already brought under Comn.
to Were t3 ll Kansas (ab.) 27 Oiling 42 Pineapple munist role since World War
MC covering for 17 Reach for 28 Bound 43 Prayer ending Ii, there's not much to stop
thetnt It Measures of 29 Playing cards 44 Petty quarrel her, physically.
paper 31 Eagles' nests 48 Repetition NEA correspondent Pred
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st r teamer 38 Founder of 48 Bird's home ti.rough every Arab country
SSiheian 24 Caresses Ithaca, N. Y. 50 Distress signal fro mthe Persian Gulf to Tan-
leuntains t sgler "withc,ut meeting a native
07 TurkishUitl e I force strong enough to make ]
N liked studiehim don his tin hat."
SPeast studied What can the I IIted States
is pSloy --- do to block such a move?
Ssim h f Not much in the way of force
4 uLt -- -- --- r of arms. But there's a pood
.crmi naent. chance we could buy a little n
SI time by backing those native
S sat movements leaning toward sta-
is a bility and democracy.
SAnd some believe it would be
- - sound long-term thinking to
Sr weigh further the withdrawal of
'Ma aid for irrigation, farm equip-
00W A Dt an ment, and general Improvements
i'? an I ~- in that poverty-stricken area.
iB 5"or J -Good Examplei
ChatE U TOPEKA, Kan. F) Then
c5.e F Topeka chapter of Refrigeration
m S Engineer Society has a
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Yugoslavia- -discarded refrigerators to become
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f' the latches and hinges of unused
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lieve that he is a worthy abaddate.for .
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a"fm" Amer oIsor esm6 & Canal Zn .
the f.t. th Division.pa
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S 'l .. ma tyGen. Ivan L. Bennett. ar- fa Elettl '
z ..a a the w r t Tocumen Airport this'
SWA! .lon g possble on IN3 6
Al Koean tle in he bt- for his first tour and 4h N
o tie la, iwji. ll '8 out Ka, Inspection of religious
rs WMs minInv t Ia trnn, 4iu n the Panama AreaA
be l) ing conflrMr~d to this pc-
their old har ssingtactics of sttloinApril 1952. e
.poC:1 relied violations of "
o. lu PanmunJom zone. During hi sclf1d one-week
3t it hey 119d the air with- propa- Wit tg1 r it Lt.
Sroadasts denouncing Gal. H. Ln l l mander- S'.ti
tin a ted States and South I-Chief., iribblean Command; hDon't et
ws 'Wa Maa.L. Geal. k. Co, cm- .Ialy a
Tif iy state- rnaid nI YR ,IBCARIB; BeD
O fapJsdt ere nt satisfied with and membeYr .h local clergy; n orv o
the rrOagmants under which and vasous s, pt com- Ir ,inSt
Slth"a- led to honor meanders. ommon
a .ustue., 'r Indicated their In addition to th'econfrances, trouble.
uizuy- n ble aimed at giv- he will visit vartois Army l rtall-
ing oa ateratire but no accept nations across the fathmus, the
t r a case-fire. U.S. Army Hospital, Fort Clay- Chiropody eM
I' t wa noted that the eu. ton and the USARCARIB School
Sfent major effftsle by the at Fort Guilck. .. SHOLL'S SERVICE
Sociait Repbl'. print Chinese Is direted at Seoutb
a t Rpbawi' thbe prin- eLKoreans hAflk tmot of the On Wednesday, July 22. he ts *IoL '
sse pd amoint- enemy ate during what scheduled to depart for Puerto allOnJ U if
his~~ rlndto ii a~tearedt to hme .ue elg Ico. where he will viit and In-

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u f w2,f To be able to claim the a o a
We United Nations was forced by
S t wAmeraican lture rr d ap- eres wee etusne k eit
aete- war -CandWan- onen officer said the Reds l-
toier called Tarfui al-pointod oc Tould have a third objective )
to the committee.. Ae capture of the important '
chon reservoir power plant as
8 0G Oeo k whlwo supplies 40 per cent of
,W poul' po n attme d t. Th e t
t nor~tabe tht reservoir. e
Walter Robertson, assistant
secretary of state, said on his
departure from Tokyo for the
SUnited States yesterday there o
1 -nd -was nothing in the agreement a .
Swhlch should prevent an ii- -.e /
.. .Tmediate armistice. s
.at".,'Ulyis ( (P)e ntaion" In the press and
Preli dent sll nh ar today ad, "nothing agreed upon is
d C o.grM BappropratQ Wnconslent with a Irmediate '
$150,000,000 fa r daltoer tan Smpmentation of the truce."
fund to help r attle- ble is known to havd been
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said uothg, are upon IIt
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -m Ex- The big salary days in Holly-
clusively Yours: Movies too spicy wood are over. bnt the memory
for the film industry's purity lingers on. The Screen Actors
seal are joining the big 3-D and !Guild is sending out a form let-
wide-screen barrage in Holly- ter to every actor, talent agent
wood's battle against TV compe- and executive in the flicker
tuition. business warning against salary
"The Moon Is Blue" was the slashes and urging name per-
first and now it's "Hannah Lee,"th former to insist on the salaries
the .P*he Dru-Macdonala Car- they commanded befOre the big
tfice fpsors have refused "Han-

Vs ra with'harvy deleStons. Comes Se)tipebpir and Xavier
B i sensors' danids are un- tCugait will .o ect *0000 for the
re ablIte, Prdis rieraek Bro- third str aiht.yeatt jrom RKO
der, d meq, "and, we've had no without utt*ring a1isiugle line 'or
co trop omMis Pholeiphia, Ahaking a man in a studio
Chicago or San Franeisee, where picture. "This No. 3 pa ment will
the film IS playing. I don't be- terminate Cugat's contract with
lieve the cuts should be made ithe studio.
The lack of a purity seal won't I
stop me from selling theplei- Grlbert : Rland's shuddering
lure." over whft:s happened to the
ltsco Kid on TV. The last to AWARD PRESENTED -- Mis Sacquellne Catherine Keia Miami
More censorship hassles are play thi. rOmantic hero on the Shores, Fla., coed, is the 83 winner of the Wilbur L i;ibn
due. over -Hugo Haas' ndepen- screen, Rol'and remembers when Spanish Major Award presented annually to the oumtnding
dent, "Balt," and the RKO film the ktid two-fisted fighter Spanish student in the graduating class of the Urivaersity of
with the Minsky flavor, "Son of "who was .uing blondes when Miami. Miss Keane is shown receiving the plaque from its dtnor,
Sinbad." The explosive plot of he wasn't ng on a bar. NOw Wilbur L. Morrison, Pan American World Airways executes vice
'Bait" has a mid14-age4t hUls- he's Juoi'niother juvenile hero." president in charge of the Latin American Division. 8 anfor
band offering thelove of ls wife ligynag Jane Russelrs heart. the award is Morrison's interest in furthering a knowledge; o the
to a younger man. throb in "The French Line," and Spanish language and Latin America. Morrison has t more
surrounded by a bevy of beauti- than half his life in Latin America helping to pioneer. the air
If former tennis champ Fred ful dolls impersonating French transport industry.
Perry and Barbara Roe, sister of models, Gilbert confided: -
British film star Patricia Roe, "'rm net using a stand-in for
aren't already married n Lon- this picture. I'm n the st all *
don, they're mighty close to it... the time. I don't waat to miss
It's all over between VivecaLiod- anything." b N
fors and novelist George Tabori, _.. ..
who had wedding plans a few Cynical RKO press agent when -
months back when Viveca dl- asked If "Taan and the Slave 140-PssU"engers .,11, children; Mi g urp h;
forced director Don Siegel. Girl" will be shown ona wide For New York Vrfay MM. and Mrs. JohnV., re;
screen: The S. S. PanIaLa.LWil leave Mr. and Mrs. William F. Mwee;
HITS SETTLEMENT SNAG "No, the studio's afraid it mayg the s t Pana wi lee eM and Mrs Wiliam F. MG ee;
One of the new hitches Cheetah the a. passengers for New 'York' ac- .Miss JWulIe. A. Martin: Miss
*ane Powell-Gearv 8teffan prop- The word's bouncing bac k cording to the advance pap- Margaret M. Martin; M's. Louise
erty division is the engagement from Europe that Barbara Hut- singer list from thePana Merchnt; Miss Mary Molinaro;
rin- that Geary gave Jane back ton will be a mother-in-law Line offices. ane -MIss Theresa Molinaro; Llo.d D.
tn the days when life was allpas- soon. Her son. Lance Reventlow. The complete advance pas- Murphy: Miss Sylvia Muth,
tel-colored. The ring belonged to 17. and saheil elly 24 a senger list follows. Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Pandick;
-o.nd Sheilah Connelly, 24, are Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Albrecht; -and Miss,.VirgilliaD.:Parker.
JoQy's father and has senti- determined to wed. Shela, the Mr Mar R. .Alrec; and iss Virinia D.Parker
mental value to the son, spitting image of Liz Taylor. wasnd Mrs E. K. Atknon; Mr. Mrs. Marion Reed Mr. d
almost placed unr contract b nd Mrs E. K. Atkinson; Mr. Mrs. Marion ReedMr.nd
John Boles, canny business ty- MoM and Mervi LeRov a fet w and Mrs. Lloyd H. Baker and Mrs. Gorge Robbins Mx, and
0pon. The still-handsome star months ago. ae" was formerly two children; Ronald J. Bolle; Mrs. James' Ross; Mr. and Mrs.
id his precisiontool plant mere married to one of the film-pro- Boucheand Mr. and Mrs. Adrien N. Fredericottk Rule; Mr. and Mrs.
dgvs before the government can- duc nan brothers. Bouche. Edward P. Scott Mr. an
celled out millions of dollars in Mrs. Vio Carpepter; Mr. and Abraham Schwartz; Mr. and
reime contracts ... Char les Mrs. Robert P.- carey and Oo Mrs. Howard C. Shepherd: Miss
Laughton signed the movie con- 0 Soti ldeThomas children; Mr. and Mrs.. Elbert Luna M. de Sherman; Mr. and
tract in order to be near his aged T. Chappell, Jr., and daughter; Mrs. Robert L. Shtrer and two
mother in England, but shepass- W Oin P rental Mrs and Mrs. Artur C. Cherry children; Miss Anna Smith; Mr.
ed away before the picture start- e Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clancy; r. and Mrs. Herbert R. Smith;
ed. Q e .'h [.-O fest land Mrs. George E. ,aom mn, Harry Spiro; Mrs. B3n. L.
,ww|hUU ,VUEUI Jr., and son; Miss Enm4 Con- Sronce and Miss Martha J.
Ida Lupino doesn't see any- Clotilde eohe n.. bears;.and Mr. and Mir. Toros Stronce.
ing to gasp bout in the fact "Oriental 'Rueoe atthee fi al Custer and four childrenH.
p* he's emtt witheatd di- olling-of votes fi l*~ a Ms. uan Mrs. Jop L H. Miss lf Veronica Tertell; Mrs.
-1 Joan Fontaine, n"w wifeithe Club Tania. a Des; Minss Janet DJ4 ly; William H. Tobias; Miss Johan-
of her ex-husband- C041Hier ... I gt d'Mrs. Jose h.rP ling; na VeiB Mr. and Mrs. Jarry
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by. Howard buff;. working for rinal stan r fol- a d lenlen T. Williams.
him. lows: Clotil 'homas, 6.800 r Robet, H. Gehring and two
"rollie and I are hanpv to, votes: Jean Rogers, 5.50; Gilma ehildri; Mr. and Mrs. Ben
have Joan and Howard in Sa.Drew. 5.150; Eden Curtis, .4,685 Jamin (oldstein; MW. and Mrs.
picturee" she said. Oand Shirley Rogers 83M. Hakpy.0,, Granberry and two
Plans are underway for the chtlIr and Mr. and' Mrs.
Sir Laurence Olivier and Lady I coronation an. the 'lel and D Grimm and ch d.
Vivieon are boiling mad over place will be -%VnoJfcqd 1r. tC: Vdprzr l agemeyjet, Mr.
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S 11 have to sell their English BUFFS SGETS NGINE. Hartmalh; Mr. andti Mrs. Thomas
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shape financially than most IHol- BOSTON (UP) Frederick C. Misp Helen Hungate; Mr. and
lywood stars.I Church, who has been clasing Mrs. Ormn G. Hunt: Mrs. Jesse
fires for 25 years, now has his M. Insd; MlaU4 Florence I. Jacobs;
Barbara Whitin is looking own fire ensine. Associates in Joseph A. Janka. A
woeful about hot ettinh blled in his insurance. firm var him Mrs. Ruby F. Kelley'; Miss Lfb l iot40 forsome folks
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Household Automobiles o* m o ,.. e is r eshn .ie House- on bch., Sant FO A E
FOR SALE:-Frigidaire 9 it E0 cycle FOR SALE. Hilman convert ble A..eWAn. ePhaini w FA
S porctlan, perfect condition, $125 '52. Financing possible & Cadillac or C. P rethker t e .
S ,.Phone 4-144 Cocolh. 2724 Nico- Coupe 49, both duty free. o,-DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Aut mobile
bar ung. 3-17-e3. Central Avenue "K" Street cor. Phillpe. Ocotuid
S Ask About Our FOR SALE-1949 Bukk Reed Master ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panoma. Cr at 435
"HREE STRIKES 2-door with lets of power. Torpedo Ask About Our
S CHRISTMAS CLU body. radio. W-W res and spot- THRE STRIKES WtRlrlst' Santa Close S--
'Bazar Arer.cono lights. Smoot y Hunnicut S. A. CHRISTMAS CLUB E tid so reff
Panama & Colon l6th. St. Central Ave. Tel. 800. "Bazar Ameriacqo"
__ _ -- _- _- _-- I Colon. Panama & C"Ton .wko
SSALE:--One ii'ngroom set, roe C.. .. ..... .. .. anm S C
i Etor oshngromachine. 2 FCR SALE.-1948 Buick Ccnverr.ble R SALECl
ei *1 electric fans. 2 record players :uper, in excelJent condition oll F R L
v.i'Everything in perfect condilonI barga, ipiiLe, oulomat-c windows 11SALE11 1
- Sonrfice price Son Pablo St. 771I Good radio. Excellent mtor. Co JoMiscellneousorn u *"j -,57. 0L7 N O
SApt. A. fr~on 4 pm -_ Panama -2-70 FOR SALE:-One-3' x 5' Pink Chi- ..FOR
SALE: 25-cycle ref.gerotr. 1OR SAL-1949 Buick convertible nese Nichols Rug. Originally part
bedroom furniture. fencing o n c new top, mew point, w-w tires, ex- of three piece bedroom set. Tel.
bambooboo shades for Gavilan Duplex. callent mechelical condition, gur-I phone Balboa 3489 or 1460 be-. __ __ . .. .. T
violets, water colors. M.sc. articles onteed. eSmoot y Hunnicutt A.J tween 8.00 a. m. and 4:30 p. m. FOR RENT.--Fumisied hi r O .
I. nclidng doybeds. House 1507-B. th. St. Central .Ave. Tel. 800 Monday thru Friday. rsquiUe fing golf .'
iAkee St. Bolboa,. J J. Kennedy Colon. FOR SALE-Baby Grand Piano. $375. room. Information tlh .
"i phone 2-,CC,]. Call ,n person or FOR SALE. -1952 Morris .Minor 00. Call after 12 o'clock, 2-1658- 0709.
phone between 3.00 p.m and 6.- convertible, 4,000 miles. $1.000. 1544-A. Mango St. 'Balbo. FOR T lt
goop.m d T lb FIaWf
00p. m Monday. thru Thuredoy Call Cururdu 3115 offer 4:30( P FOR SALE:-Large mahogany. gun Bea l .% 2to
SALE--Refrigerator 8 cu. t m.ft ____________________ cabinet, mahogany ceuch bed. diningrooMu, t*oe MrA
,,,New unit. Kenmore washring ma- FO SALE:-1949 Hudson 4-door home mrvie screen, tripod, hand 3uore Wfl.S' kli .'
.ch; e new. Beds complete. Sdan, like new. Beautiful interior electric drill and sander, cabinet Oth f. tI.
Stel tables, chairs, buffet, bureaus. and radio. mur be seen t op- radio record player, spotlights. Tel. FOR RENT:--Fumiswl m
bookcases, studio couches. Bab precite. Smot y Hnisutt S.A. phone 3-3774. Bellale .di l a V.7
crb n cetes Kichen utens 16th. St. eniral Ave. Tel. 800 FOR SALE:-9 x 12 Broadloom rug Four bodroarns. 3 h .
4nd m~celloneous. I1524 Apt. K. Colon. with rubber underpad, 6 x 8 ft. red- water, maul's quer,
-Downsirs. Gasian Road -3rd. -t-on tel- _' _fM JnarmE L .AU
huse Ir:m Cable OfdceI FOR SALE.--195T Mercury, excel- wood shades. 12 aluminum vene ton telhon .. All,
lent condition, l4w mileage $1.450 ,arns. -1 lawn chairs with 2 foot- FOR RENT:--.Chiler in Vis M.
P SALE-Porch set, Glider, glider C0 or best'offer Cristobol 3-1339. ,e ti. icebox. books, e tegonal, tos $65.00. Frawnci.-1 -O. MO LS
b chairr and two enameled porch L---' "- poker tabue. 120 Ridge Road, Bal- No. ..
tables $3000, wicker set. 2 chairs FOR SALE.-1948 Buick convertible boo He.ghts.
e and a table. $25.00. Steel desk. Dynoflow. excellent condition,, new FOR RENT: Nicely fuifMsh 'in.d
n mahogany dining table. serving tires. $895.00. Call Panama 3- Ask About ur dependent concrete .chalet, lackid-
table, two lamps mahogany base. 0427. THREE STRI ES ing ole tric refrigiator, .
S House 356, Apt. 6, Ancon. 2-4175 FOR AL:-19 C t CHRISTMASm CLUC rooms parlor, porch, dint
NJU. Celoe X-lbor Bazar Americana" kitchei, qejai $95.0(). to
s'30"p. m - sedan, radio, oww lide, e*xil- Panama & Colon 112 V1ii E8eluilo Poa 'e
DR SALE-Kerosene Servel refrigei- lent condition, fully equipped.,- Rerva?, Thee.' '.
afaor. deep freeze, excellent corn- Smoot y Hunnicult S. A. 16th. St. FOR SALE:-Five retread tires. and r.
Sdtion. Call Crstobol. 3-1327. Central Aye. Phone 800 Colon. tubes. 8:20 x 15 Never been used. E T
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SALE: Hot Point automatic dor Road. M_ RENT
washing machine. 60 cycles. Reo- FOR SALE. Buick, '48 Dynaoflow Aprltm ts
sonoble Qirs. 402-A. Clayton. sedan. good condition, $700. Call FOR SALE-Foreign rose plants Tolhs-
ifphone 87-31 34. Donmkel, Navy 2201. man. American Beauty, ferns, etc. FOR RENT.-Two be-dom faur4isd
w_____ Blargain prices. Phone 2-2950. apartment- in Bella'- Vn ' ,
R SALE :-S.x-strand bornbco set, FOR SALE:-4 door '52 styline, De R prcEs. Mary Sol. Ave. Jum l A 'rua -.
4 pieces, $17000. Coil 3-0498. Lux two-tone, Chevrolet. 8,000 FOR SALE:-Full length and selves 73-A.a A' *
miles. excellent condition. 144-B muskra coat. Can be seen at 4th 7A. Col 2-241.
R SALE:-25 cycle 9 cu. ft. West- Owen S t, -42 of July No. 19. FOR RENT: .- M.dcla furalshed
s refrigerator., 25 cycle FOR SALE:-Small stomp collection portment, o nunfurrJshd for
s~CA mongle 25 De Luxe Movlag FOR SALE-1949 Fard Coupe with FOR SALE:-Smbll stfmp collection officmer., cni r resid hor
r. 14 4-1P. Mayto. motor 25 r4e06, for on $990.. ilpt! suitable for beginnner, including of ce clnic or residence. Phone
lwood .bookcase. 2 Knick sueml w $9.b y big Scots lnternotlonrt Album. 3
Plywoodbk. Phone 2-3664.
standj*&Vbiatsn blindie for Hrnetool S. A. P
Use .sn- T 217. ,1582o A L CA FOR SALE: S.6inr electric sowing .n
labash St. shi.. i I w lnut console, e ellent
E: -- Wordri /" coinditioh. Call Balboa 1432 after .
good spring, new mat four- _ - _., .. L ". "cl A
.00., Telephine 2-3058, .oo. g AQUARISTS: Fresh Froe n-Brime Cooking faclit.
,______________ SALE:--195"1 P 44oorShrimp, direct from U..SA. ACUA- retertor No. 13, 4rd
SELL immediately electric 8- 'sedan. Wel sell che9ep trade R10 TROPICAL 55 Via- Espor. r -e
Frigidcae. 30-gallon Norge| for convertible Call e2333. Daily 9-7 Sundays 8-1 p. m. Tel. FOR AWENT.,e- Furnished room for'
34.Frigidaae. 30-go g helr. Cntr
hot water heater. 4-burner FOR SALOi -I tr5 acouachl C

t"- O WANTED: 195-1 or' 1952 el OR SALE-S bury motor i J e,*imt

S:good condion$350. Tel- FOR SALE Position Offered W NTED S.A E
: foam rubber seat, Q. M. sideboard. BOs OANTED: F O keeper wt Ts
nners. Cprtng mahogany double bed experience in accounts rassyce3- lva
liv-ingro"ani-' pt Wa-oR SALE:-22 foot fisr9 *cr er. Apply Ao 207 o M'- C. .'
^AL--9 cu. it porcelain West-in zo uto .ilransmission. eep mp r. tikte newpnce and give refnie R-- 'EN :urFi " e'..

ioSALe:-Refrigerator 9 Wa..h or Pon-ma 2-2Ql341 l e ANTED A d
i chne Ironer; Vacuum ust be n exceptional buy. l Ie foPgre erpoer. AWicrue or yo un lady,

SEr, 25 yles.; Venetian patar to se lasure d o0 rqentd
$ 00Tp; Wo3. Ancaond spt 1 At Lo R SA E !Pos.o cd -
annerBpring.mahogand double bed .. .m.ntperogsnceI n accounts ro.ivabl. ,f-u.'

Bicycle; Minsc household u p-FR SL-- chaoroter, head r,. galle pply i 2007 AonC.."Ifiil2U7IS

Quid tools 215-A, Ancone 2- ice box, .ingy, fishing chor, ut- A talexpet re and givl be pre. -
after 4. Pers ondsleeps four. Sleeps two.anama 3- lented at t a Cubhouse artmn
Djt.IL-Louvres for duplex lype 92* beat Auua~t dv e$ :D.M.,featur- Cirl2-fr ror$60.
Col 6-419. House 101-B FOR SALE-. 2 fooYacht ClJust 2bIlt, -- 25- .,-L -a u- ; Pa rfl o n, $0 '
,- ___ h oPonu 2-1358. House 0860-A 0(3 t show WANTi? .-Second Hand Lphoto l a
0-9 fch. 5 Ironycle Coldspot Oleander Stco Balbe would ai. ke a l i mental a rmere. f .5., 1/300 se

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BY Labor Disputes
NEW YORK, July 15 (UP) -
, labor dispute threatened to
cloe some of New York's finest
restaurants today.
Th6 Restaurant League of New
York, representing 125 of the
city's better-known eateries, an-
nounced last night it planned to
lay off 1.000 waIters as a result
of scattered strikes at some of
the restaurapts --
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ob aef t U es yes-
terday. The poetn Salong with
the titreateel r today In-
dicated about 4,000 bartenders,
cooks and other employee also
would be idled.
The dispute eted over nego-
tiatin on a pIon plan e-
tween the Raestsrtot LeMage and
three locals of the AFL Conso-
lidated Dining Room Rmployes
Union. The union has demand-
ed that the restaurant owners
begin Immediately to contribute
$1 a week to the pension fund as
provided in recent contracts. The
owners claim they are not re-
quaed to s a:ke the payments
unto certain administrative ar-
rangements are completed

firmed that Karl Saii I of
plaver _prings. Md., _Iw
UCrd of the Amelican Legion
Americaniam mmlrte& Is
one of thme under M n -
tion an reilaoemen: Tr Or.
J B. Matthew as the group's
executive director.
Matthews -quit last week in
the face of criticism over his
maglaezJ article linking part of
the Protestant clergy with
.hi OP majority has given
t all authority over
eat of staff employes.
It was this action that caused
the Democrats to bolt.
O'Connor, a calm, pipe-smok-
Ing man whose books Include
"Mellon's Millions," contended
that his writings and political
opinions "are of no concern" to
the subcommittee.
Humberman, co-editor of a
monthly magazine and author
of such books as "Man's World-
ly Goodt"and "We, the People,"
read and prepared statement
saying "everyone knows that
the chief book burner sl this
committee of Congress and Its

Alaskan Vokanoes

Smother Large Area

WHI.A Smoke
ANCHORAGc. Alask. July 15u
(UP)- A 500-mle square area
of Katmai national monument
smothered wtth clouds of ash
and smoke today from a series
of new volcanic eruptions.
Lava poured from the mlle-
Rteh crater on Mt. Trident and
'violent volcanic activity" was
reported on Mt. Maglek. Both
peaks are about 380 miles west
of here.
Both raters have shown spo-
radic life during the past six
months and erupted violently In
An afrlnes pilot, who reported
the volcanic activity yesterday,
aid smoete billowed as high as
10.000 feet.

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For Fewer Night Games

4 NCINNATI. July 15 Major League base-
ball ers offered the same old gripes and ggt the
same old answer from club owners. The oi*neis say
they'd like to help-but times are tough.
Both the National and Amer- posed a separate commissioner
lean Leagues met in Cincinnati to represent the players. Erskine
on the eve of the annual All-lwants to be sure the players get
Star Game. The players asked the most out of their pension
for anrincrease in the minimum plan, which now hat a deficit of
salary of $5,000. They wanted four-and-one-half million dol-
fewer night games... more reg- lars. But the owners say they
ular 4hedules. But they didn't don't see a need for a players
get drwhere, commissioner... at least, not at
SthLalph Kiner of the Chi- the league's expense.
eago .Cuba says the National Kiner also proposed that max-
Leagti e meeting was 'very satis- imum penalsion benrlefits apply to
factory. And Allie Reynolds of eight-year'men, instead of 10-
the New York Yankees says he year men as it now stands.
fot along in the American Ralph says he made "a little
eaghe meeting *without too progress, on that point.
mnuch argument Kiner and President Clarence '"Pants"
Reynolds represent the players Rowland of the Pacific Coast
in their league .League made another strong
K"iner says the players realize plea to make his circuit a third
owners can do only so much. major league.
Ralph says he was told operat- Rowland~ says Coast attend-
ing expenses have gone up while ance would pick up if the league
attendancee has gone down. "But started out next season as a
they said they would study our major league. And he says at-
recommendations," says Kiner. tendance eventually would
"and let us know next December catch un with the National and
what they can do." American Leagues.
Kiner says the club owners Rowland issued a warning.
-Maslize more night baseball "We're not surrendering just
means a heavier burden on one or two franchises to the
player. But the owners say majors,' he told the owners.
st's the only way they can "They can't have San Francisco
.ask oey. and Los Angeles and leave us
No Asn was reached on with the rest to try to salvage
tn .restrictions against win- a profit With us." says Rowland,
all in Latin America... "it is all or nothing."
v at promise may be wort- --
was suggested at the A. League 000 000 001-1 5 0
lN League meeting that N. League 000 102 12z-5 10 0
making less thafl Pierce, Reyonldirs (4), pd
.0, _ar be allowed to play (0), Paige (8) and
VI era, Spahn (4, Simnid"
kine the Brooklyn Dickson (8) and Q ip .
representative --- ro- WP--Spahn. LP-Reynol.

Gun Club Notes

VON* Polic *l tAm- lly
im TAeir home grounds and took hnIm
the bls as they shellacked Balboa 751 to 7M3. rAWr-
was not disgraced, as they put up a pretty fair bat-
t, and.a a matter of fact were very much impressed and pleas-
.,4wth the lPollee course of Tlire.9
r u Hardison.of the Police and Balboa's Lt. Arthur 1 -
?tmrwere both red hot as they fired identical scores of
1 :t20jto lead allighe shooters. They both dropped two piM
i$ .pard on the regular targets, but went clean on the bobberu
nUning target. Paul Stewart of the Police team was close
biblnd them with a 194.
The running target did as much as anything to defeat Balboa.
The Pacific Siders held their own with the regular targets and
robbers, but except for Lt. Manchester, the effigy of the gentle-
asn scampering across in front of them sademed to leave them
rath. frustrated. They liked It, but they had tguble hitting It
with _y conaisteny.
The Balboa shooters are hoping for a continuation of this
frigndly rivalry, and both they and the police feel that the per-
fothiance of both teams could only be improved by a repetition
of the double competition in which each has won one match.
The scores follow:
C. Z. POLICE 15 Yd. 25 Td. Bob Run Total
Hardison ............. 50o 48 50 50 198
tewart ............... 49' 48 50 47 194
yes ................. 49 46 50 42 187
C ronan ............... 49 44 45 44 182
TEAM TOTAL ................................... 761

'#OA GUN CLUB 15 Yd. 25 Id. Bob Run
WI3mahester .......... 50 48 50 50
Fier ................ 48 50 45 39
,.AlCSI ................. 50 42 50 39
Wels ................ 46 45 50 34
-4 TEAM TOTAL ....................................


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48 4b
S48 48
44 44
S50 48
50 42
50 33
48 46
49 44
S47 43
S49 48
45 46
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o there sla no formal rifle match scheduled for Sunday,
1h, at the Balboa Gun Club, Bill Jaffray has ,nnoujncd
and Archie Turner will run an Informal match which wiM
Shooters a chance to win whatever their skill may be.-
i match will be a two man team match, one member of
a to use a .30-06 rifle and the other to use p .22. Miere
so limitations of any sort on guns, but all scores be
lb Iron sights. The course will consist of .29 hota dKd-,
09 lards. All shooters will supply their own garlf ean4
, will coptrlibute one dollar to a prize kitt4y4 w4
led to teams finishing third, seventh and el.e h The
Jteam will get their name in the-paper, and tht is all,
that be feel that that is an adequate reward.
may form part of two teams if they desire, so lona
'n t use the same calibre twice. There will be qo asta-
leartument so shooters should come prepared to help wit
reb.aaW and scoring. This Is all in fun, and dehghed.,
Sofr aorting rifles will have an equal chance.
l definitly discouraged from teaming up tarethgr,
Ita a wl not be accepted in that form as th ma 1
OCil for fun and laughs. Shooting ws atart.S t
4' o

American League
Teams W L Pet.
New York 56 26 .683
Chicago 52 32 .19
Cleveland 48 35 .578
Boston 47 39 .547
Washington 42 42 .500
Philadelphia 34 51 .400
St. Louis 31 55 .360
Detroit 27 57 .321
Open date.

National League
Teams W L Pet.
Brooklyn 50 31 .617
Milwaukee 49 33 .598
Philadelphia 45 34 .570
St. Louis 46 35 .568
New York 43 37 .588
Cincinnati 37 46 .448
Chicago 30 50 .375
Pittsburgh 27 61 .207
Open date.

Negro Files $ 0

Suit Against Colon

$lates Baseball Lo op
(UP) President Al Ha.Kaway of
the Cotton Stata ase1all1
League has refused to comment
on a $50,000 racial discrimination
suit brought against the eight
clubs in the loop.
The suit has been filed in Fed-
eral District Court at Rot
Springs, Arkansas, by Negro Jim
Tugerson of Florida.
Tugerson alleges he was not al-
lowed to play for the Hot Springs
Bathers because he Is a Negro.
The Bathers hired Tugerson
and his brother, Leander, before
the season started. However, they
were farmed to Knozville of the
Clas-D Mountain States League
before the season Opened.

When Jim Tugerson was re-
called and named to pitch a-
gainat ackson, Mississippi, last
May 23, Haraway ordered the
game forfeited to Jackson.
Tugqrson was taking his pre-
gr warup pitches when th
orderpame through fnd fans At
the ja ne were refu ded their
When Hot springs refused to
release the two brothers, the
Bathers were ousted from the
League. They were re-instated
on orders from Minor League
President George Trautman.
Haraway In his forfeiture or-
der, ruled there had been no Ne-
greo player in the 50-year history
of the Class-C League and he
said it would break up the League
if the Tugerson brothers were al-
lowed to play.
Haraway says "We have -0
days to answer the suit, and I
will have a statement within
that time."

US Track Field

Stars Clean Up

In German Meet

(By U.P.)
Americ ian track and field stars
won 10 events Monday night in
an international meet at Dues-
seldorf, Germany.
Art Bragg of Morgan State won
both the 100 'and 200-meter
dashes. Another Morgan Stater-
Josh Culbreqth-won the 110-
meter high hurdles and the 400-
meter hurdles.
Other winners were Henry
Cryer of the Army 19 the 800-
-meter run ... Jim Lea of Los An-
geles in the 400...Lt. Ken Wies-
ner of the Navy in the high jump
... Jack Ellis of the York A-C tn
the discus... Lt. Warren Dreutz-
ler of the Army' In the three-
thousand-meter run...and Geo.
Brown of theLArmy In the broad
mp. Charipy Capozzoll of
getown r~ third -in the
three-thousan 1 meter race.

Bad Timda
NEW HAVEN. (ons. (UP) -
ped that someone was going
rob a bank" police k6pt a
sharp eye on ~a4y' banks. In
this nervous altua- &, a burglarI
als m went off at First poed-
eral Savings and LoM Asaola-
tih. An emploe had accidn-
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a good weekend last SaIB40_ pOai sunday whlae his charges acO- races. Two of those
=.=a q triumph pay's tenth ra q and. -Sunp" (Top) Aga$ .-
s b gever finished4 th frd), Vamprsa ,d Cor Nlto,-(waSah
wound up second) on th"outlde. (Bottom) Ne wminster crosses 'line abe of.Mina,
Numbers and Legal Fraili.inene of the most thrilling windups of t11program. ln,
do Lopes Oil guided Ag, f .Wbile King Floras h ad the leg up on N .,

N.L. Restores Fine d.Art

Of Pitchig To Good
.;-g To --GO

BT- CARL LUNIQUIST -'5-1, five hit margin for the Na-
tional Leaue over the American
CINCINNATI, O., July 15 .(tUP) la the -ar game proved
--SuddIly the lona st rsng a pretty conclusiVely'bat even in
of the pttcher emierg.4rtdl l5 Vy of the, mgtys uper,
a greater 'force. th- tathe Sthe peppy -ball n the .&c-eap
free swiaring guy with the ho run a gso pitcher can
run bat. generally stop a good hitter
That fourthstraight victory by Ther were te.he uin by

Pairings For Esso Tournament'

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6 e. 1 'Oumardi
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9 =uohAr6ueme
6 atsbel Galind
7 Las Chantldeck
9 Ped Humbert
4 =By Beeson
4 Idgurlce Muller
1 Johnny MacMu
7 LQuIs Martinz
8 Frank Morrice
3 Rieardo Arias E
5 X*or Vald6ue
9 Stf Arango N.

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20 Puul.DurLn
21 Rbeft e Torres
15 04oarCkmpgn
24 MIguel Arbalza
13 Brac-HattlerJ
11 Pedrb A. Diaz
15 W. *SDoyle
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12 W..A.,, els
14 Lionel-Man

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Rebuts Charges sW an

Of Red Links 111 hr Look
"Let the people know sthe trath and the country f-a, U Lincln. -
WASHINGTON. July 15 (UP)- AC, Caf.,July
Rep. Robert L. Condon told the TW -NTIIGI! V 9 AR. PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDATY wa s 1B w,.ee added to te
House today the Atomic Energy r e beauty pha
Commission unfairly barred him tllowg the Jl a l
frm a recent Nevada atomicelect fve for
test because of "trivlal...hear sa~ U nited atesftitle.
a es that he had Communit G 'rm aU d -t il
--iations. d
1Mhalifonir freshman Dem- Osi ernman SovI Ope 1, amr
erat denied he had ever been a Btates from 42 t
Communist or that he ever had l
s pathy for' Communism. He b*wl1a r .
d he won the Silver Star for .a? wi W
antry in action during WorldSP. id h a w@ 1'Irll I
," am a loyal American," he Tg e f will be
i4ded. "I stand prepared to ,,',
.ao shoulder arms ln defense BERtIN, July 15 (UP) The agencies and East Germans for The Rundschau sai.d tb, ad Polatd ha ul wet4
*,this country whenever I am official Soviet newspaper 'Taeg- increased vigilance against what plans were blocked ta tt 11 M e Chtas was 1tbut fh1.
." Jiche Rundachau" said today So- It called Soviet zone counterpat Ment viinvIgi pet 35 e: of rl ft an ?'
e ]flatly denied other reports viet zonp security police have of Slanky, Rajk, Kostof and T newspapt B Ut at resid t the .
t he had been declared "per- smashed "thousands" of sabotage Mindazenty. ast Germany have AM t wait for the promised the
sina non grata" an unwelcome and espionage plots. The newspaper sad "ene- to deoy the natonr a d theronul4
person in a Navy directive The newspaper statement in- rales" of the govem ment haw redoswtructlon by "low d'- .n the Wst berlin sbt f and d
sent to all commandants. dicated that the millions of East attempted to blow up bRidges, ar4ly acts of sabotage -Kr a ed F9U -
"This story is absolutely false." Germans who openly rebelled a- canals and tried to ory out - r -
he .aid. against their r government last "thousands of other similar Ea hQppes w
Tbe barring of the 40-year old month have gone over to under- diversionst and terner plans. n addition It said a- atedt have swa rmead
tnagressman from the Nevada ground resistance. come clear tha st eross the y line.
test was revealed 10 davs ago. His Simultaneously the Soviets alao mst fight ag At first the brought Bam9l aas
speech today was both an at- demanded that the West abol. M i type abotur plAnned sell fruit i I
e pk on the AEC and a defense .sh a series of anti-Communist m nations. As Ah mAlr to r ena of 11 East er- I pred to
o'my reputation, my Integrity, organizations active in West suh, uboteura It an streets .wlch border op the
0 md mv character." Berlin, reflecting Russian anz- T 4 lility, nstoff l borough. But Soviet aone IW andene.
AEC officials have said the ley over the effectiveness of Th statement refents came suchnumbers pp l '
dentet was a mistake which the anti-Red groups. R 's. I lsonet the sale -we thrown open to ai s Lad thAn la It
never should have happened. Vladimir S.,Semyonov. Soviet Ml la AW IiBpzM tr andn -;,x "CO
Early 150 of his Republican hih commissioner for Germany Vn W ii m ert u nl a The sal nned to-show
and Democratic colleagues llis- caed on the three Western Al- we. pu ged and : a c how food-
t5ed intently while Condor lied high commlassoners in a for- WASHINGTON, Ju 1 (UP)- Rudlf lan of Germans de-
edamlv read his speech. They a U- ma note to "liquidate" the anti- The United States. lrMt. and 6 o off tit C and Soviet cab1o
puded briefly when be finished Soviet organizations in return for France today form jvlted tof of nWest feeding thi
*I wish to make clear," he said. the Soviet act re-opening the the Soviet Union to aMe on Germa ,mmnm dominated popa
at I do not contend that a sector borders in divided Berlin Germany and Austria, aInfrmed ualdtt .i P l
efnber of Congress should nee- last Thursday sources reported. amot .
lay be Immune from security Taegliche Rundschau, author- The invitations, carried in aim- e o food to For th e e eeve d,
lions which are applicable itative voice of the Soviet con- Ilar notes, were delivered In Mos- United'-4WO uOcptilonb author
their individuals. trol commission, in a front page cow. The notes asked Soviet for-W Ias in-15aon ato
41'said he "fully" recognized editorial called on government ig minister V. M. Molotov to i o the 31
jo the Big Three Western for- mlF. .
action's security. But he warned ei ministers in talk an to
that a "wholesale bar of m W llcritical German and Austrian gaSlet pone re-
of Congress could easily lead Will MIIUIIUproblems. .ideats.
aisolute power by the execu- The notes reportedly su Gaeted e firM; ahinami of ui. food
St m Fair, Speak To P man'ting In late eptembeafte
evaluated report on him athe German elections. m*b e. n
the FBI. containing allegra- AS The note did not esata LONDON, July 15 (I -
stht had been publicly air- Itl BoIplace for. the -Big Fou foreign rel ble court source t -
at least, three said the no- ministers conference.- rs mly sought and
d n eva the WA NTON, 15 (UP) The decision to seek a confer- er out of 11gland
did no "fairly" evaluate the President p laenhower will speak ence-with Molotov was made by Prin ems Margaret and the
eral. a____ t a Republican party rally in the U.B.. British and French for- family Temba
the Boston Garden on the night elgn ministers during their meet- ear.ten
of Sept. 21, the White House an- 1Pi5 heren an effort to put the ,e-rten
oDWk L Udinq nounced today, Soviet "p-ea ce offensive" to the i suB
Z ^ Earlier that day, Mr. -len- acid d 3. 3- -o''ld
bower will visit the Eastern dIv e4. trash his wife an4
N N W States' ex po sitimn at.. West h LSasfather oat two ohidren, Is
8pringfleld, Mass. He will also gg1uled *o-love tomorrow for
tl booksa the Cansl Mr.Eisenhowe will be greetedS nel.-irattache, ^ ^l^ S IV-'1
A change in the method of speak briefly there. ctiv e- as. ar c
made effective at West Sprngfleld by the Gov- Of
der which the date on ernors of the ix ew land friend ,
each book or periodical is StuLtes te paiton. e Vl
in tho Library will be His w inresponse to Lan- of
on the borrower's card to intation from House don, fr south Africa Friday
on the book pocket. Former- Speaker Joseph W. Martin, Jr. SAN FRANCISCO, u ly 1 mo .Townsend laves on
-.the date on which the item (R-Mass.), Sen. Leverett Salton- (UP)- Survivors' reconstructed r wI not see blI
ws borrowed was used. stall (R-Mass.) and Gov, Chris- today the sinking of a huge bor departure for DBel- v '
The change was adopted be- tian A. Herter, of Massachusetts. freighter in a curtain-like fog gns *'"' w'to Bl who
ease it Is believed that the From West 8pringfield, Mr. outside the golden gate while No one ean say with true r si "
u f the new method is easier Elsenhower will go to Boston for the owners of another freight. auth whether Margaret is,
or theublic, since a borrower a dinner of the New England fl- er which survived the collision ,a s' report ove ,
y teo at a glance .at either nance committees of the OOP said the accident was "unavold- with and wants to 1ador,S W
borrower's card or at the party at the Boston Garden. He able." mwhr &ads.
pocket inthe book exat- will address a party rally follow- A Coast Guard board of n- t accepted b most ate
a book is due back in Ing the dinner. quiry gathered Information from que ehA Influednmal
gry. Also, since the sya- White House Press Secretary both ship's captains as it pro- embers thepeerage, that l and O
Sin general use in the James C. Hagerty said the Presi- pared to qpen a full investiga- the hah at leftT
States, new patrons will dent will make the one-day trip tion into the incident. dve
ve to adjust to a charging by plane, returning to Washing- A spokesman for Matson NavWo rlde e auton for the of
at which they are un- ton after the Boston Garden ral igaston Co., owners of the rer I.eme
ray m ae Balboa Tidep whichrammed the Jacob Luck- rEnxglish nalmsna to. do Il.was
borranowedfrr e itcharm ehBahboa added snddhips early .ester-to rem dowa.s
or a two-week period Thursday, July 16 acs the plot a w and an stom o* ms cl I d beoz
toits type. Formerly, Nih Low accident won unavoidable." poul4%t j O 0 gil third int .
charged for sev- :10 a. ........ 12:55 a.m. Luckenbach Steamship Co of- e to -re
t periods. 7:21pxm. 2.......... 1:0p.m. ficials declined comment and divorced Ag lu ng"
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