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 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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01658
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
I MO PULISHE THR PA A A N Labor .News IN
S eUwIai amyv NLSO"N MOUNG rVLL IN tor5
MIOOIO ARIAB. EDITOR
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8 4B MAD10N Ave. NEW YORK. 41T7 N V, Co m ent.
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MEe MOPT"*I. I ADVANCe 0o : S
viAN iN AOVANC- o Victor Rieel1
I dI YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN PARIS Remember the old
h azi "tomats" who turned out
L, o be 'plan clothes intelligence
SA ofilcers with ubiquitous little
o | cameras photograpning aroso-
S M A IL oads, fortifications, Installa-
,.Th. Mail e n an open forum fto ...ders ut The Ponano Amer- LOn6 and troop barracks all over
ess Letters are received grettivlly and are handled in a wholly conli- Europe?
doNal" manner. Well, those touristss" have
r-l"1 yosu eontribute a letrt, don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the CommunIst COUlinh. And at thq
Sd,. Letters e mpublIshed the oder, received. moment these latter-day tray-
S le ae Itr to keep the letter limited to one page length, eler are photographing amon
SrNMeltyi letter writers held in strictest confldence. their strange military fauna in
SkThis niewmpper ssumes me.respnsiblity for statements as opinos North Africanothing less than ..
.1 mmmo in ettrs fom .our atomic bomb vaults. .,
eaIsmm d in letters rom roesno. It's no secret that we're
storing A-bombs all over Eu-
HURRAH FOR J.S.F. rope. Early rin June, Gordon
t1.; Dean, then cha,rinan of our
S I am glad that JSF made another appearance in this column Atomic Energy Commsuadoe,
to stick up lor his rignts. There are quite a number of others in told a House Appropru on p
his same position and probably this article will make "Only Mad- Committee that we're mttag
At-.ne" sign his response as "Only Mad-At-Two." atomic weapons so /utN o.
The civilians down here seem to forger that the service- have no place to store tgmie
man Is here through the courtesy of Uncle Sam and not because in i0. .
of his own initiative. I doubt if there is need to bring to the-at, ThI Is known all over u-
i tetion of the 01 that he "has a soit go of it is tar as work i ro. which i. sfine, for it t
concerned" compared to the GI In Korea and they thank their stlfact t for us, as doe
lufk stars they are he;e Instead of in Korea. However, It does act ti We're catching.
SmaN. you a bit sick to your stomacn to have It constantly thrown -tretc'L o
in y r face. We are aown here to do a job and have decided to Union
emae the best of it we can. The civilians down here are here At our North Africa .
through their OWN choice, do not have housing problems, and these bombs are buried i*
n. mot important, they CAN LEAVE WHEN THEY LUEr OOOD AND which ha srt of re
SRIADY, if they think they have the "know-how" to get along in "quo.set roofs. -
tlh atates where competition is keen, and you have to earn your We have 32 of these
dollar, or be out on your ear. or about to be conm
It's getting pretty tiresome to hear the civilians down here Arench Morocco air base n en
call the 01 Cry-babies. Have you ever thought of this: A PVT Oureilr, Anyone can walk
gets less than 1200 including the allotment ror nis wile from the around these vaults, and tnch
government i. With that, $191 he has to do the following: Find a workers have been oamerved by
place to live. transportation for himself to his Post, food and very ant Communist union men
meager recreation. Of course, then you come back and say he photographing the strange look-
~a&i't have to live off the post but what happily married man ing huts.
n't want his wife with him?'? Have you tried to find a place But most fantastic: of all is
Blve In Panama? If you can afford to pay the price, you can the word in labor circles here,
iw alone In a TINY apartment for $90 a month PLUS bills. Most which can be corroborated by
i have to live with other couples in order to exist. Amer construct
Then summer time comes along and there are lots of "vaca- neers, that the locks On the
quarters." Things look bright for the 01 till he gets to talk- Vaults are being made t Ig.
to his prospective landlord. As you know, Mr. Civilian, you land and are being bookd up
ent your quarters for DOUBLE what you pay, plus an allow- electrically by French wotrker
cefor bills, plus any rent you might pay to Quprtermaster for at the African baes.
Furniture you have rented which In most cases Is nearly No one doubts the hon o
ALL the furniture in an apartment. You can charge this to a GI loyal most of the
atmkling *191 a month and sialt back and GRIPE about the high and rench technilan. t
nWets you payl!ll! But, the GI Is so glad to just live by himself thy have not been ubjeted to
egain that he pays it and says nothing. security check or to survelt-
Shave this suggestion for "Only Mad-At-One" and our friend Amein erity le nch or
from Gamboa who took a cut of 50% to live down here with his foreign works y wo,'lcs The Pilote have said It's a
family oren. workers woold consider an l pa than a car.
family: l 4ht 1 repugnant," as would lout it probably is.
IF YOU DON'T LIKE IT GO HOME'! DON'T THROW MUD their uons. The principal reason
. THE T OI WHO CANT DO THE SAME! I The French electrical unions a thowai tmea better
J T, for Me most part are tied l I the sato driver.- lhts
Signed ST ANOTHER G with the Communist-rn COT o the regulatlee.
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tiian),and there's just no tel- WO'N int
_- 'o_______ ___whether or not Communist bout neeaor every
Answer to Previous Puzzle ympathiters, Part ecal- rules- proper han 1iga
Pacific Paradise r s a cpal appiarat ork. limits, o
Sp a | ers We n.' salped into highway.
:|. vr S this wor. of l4c6ng our thoe ins can a
T atomic bomb "alta. Lson,
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Ven r f n ay,
I H12 Paradise y 'y
Worm 19Winds gas and electriA
Pains 20 Its capital Is 28 Martian 46 Nltil i Algeri. a e oure aSie rs
Oriental coin -- (comb. form) Latvia A eek later he a rt
i eakthief 22 Street (ab.) 29Gunlock catch 47C entry plant Tok en attuck for a Afy. top oe, 'tOU do
SMiltary 23 Rot flax by 30 Gull-.ke bird 48 Ilotain lake ca ing outrkeswe North Afrl- a g w a ad-o
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esler expeeure 33 Shelters 50 Arce workers' As recently as June .06Most 0
It lies of 24 Algonqulan 36 Sepel (...) 5l-Stell goern worerr s o June 6, tth
S Aia Indian 38 Light esten 52 Depression sixth tie In three moths lst
Narrow inlet 25 Ventilates 42 Credit (ab.) 54.Sctter, as hay walked out during what they might be I dSt
Deer track 26 Cooking 44 Cubic meter .6 Fairy fort called a "D of 8trugle." ht
Large plant utensils 45 Zeal Sd Old age (ab.) Our ow na Suocommit- ang. Y U.ll'alght I
W e vehicle i tee on Internal Security dis- abiltv thawoll bI bet
Au ve watched speal investigators on with the r- otang
Essen,-a the French bases. They saw
Communist sctvity, but could
not get anone to talk. Without
friendly witnesses willing to fly


n pldena know of thlA Inflltratoin, there's
'Qmofidence a "] little we Can -do.
ued up r Ther@'s me talk now of a NEW TYONI N .
S u new Senatorial probe of the
Pray.ern tra c Ch as m ith -
IAI : 1L munition# shortage so el- Spires It
BR reCAL ecti Ireported Rie iqi
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OUR. a',Om' res to get the
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our over eft constructsor pro-
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Nothing could be more im-
Porten(o thn an investigation
of all our Oases-on this con-
tinent as well as North Africa.
Just Consider this. Most of
our bases have been built by
labor s led by the COT-and
the CT's leaders are either in
Jail or hidnfrom the French
security polnd.


Alain LeLeap, the COT Gen-
eral Seetty, is n prison. An-
other COT feader, Benoit Fra-
chon, .I In ding or lI Mos-
cow. When U tiA InuMst la-
bor federation hem ts 2th con-
vention here earl .In June, the
gathering heard a recorded
speech by Frachon which vir-
tually urged them to revolt
against he agrwnmeat.
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sbM9 ap bl b. Suffragaso Ubop oft King-
tl eu t zrs native of t ph% West .Inde
I the Church of loagamfd. He is
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pcWl Time Set
WWOs To Take
llMH afln Test

-A special time has been set
Malde tor officer and warrant
4t9lcers wishing to take the
i(alulcatOn test 2X. The test,
equivalent to two years of col-
lege, is expected to be discon-
inueed sasom.
The tbee hour test will be
given Monday at 7:30 p. m. pt
all Armap education centers. The
test meastresgeneral educa-
tlonal background and contains
six sections coVering current
pleauema, temture, science,
history and social studies, fine
arts and mathematics.


Those wishing to take the
examination must hold o certi-
floate indicating they have pas-
aed the college OED test or
have earned twentyfour college
credits. In the case of field
grade officers, these require-
ments tay be waived.
Interested officers and war-
rant officers are requested to
notify their Education Centers so
Jhbat suffilcent supplies can obe
made available.
The queallfloatlon test 2cx
can be taken by enlisted person-
nal'Rt' a future date to be an-
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Acolytes To Take
Communion I. 6Bi
At St. PauCls vP
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Guild of Acolytes and the Y -
People'ds Sere Les .TV
mate their eirporatW
at the 9 .M Holy ucha
sermon at St. Pau1 giie
SBuday, the n .seven
ty.
Other service, at 3. Pas md
Sunday are at-4 a., HNlCy i*
union; 10:30 a.nr .. *aggif
prayer and church sebool fllo
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Probationers to the Ord0 4
St. Vincent will be 'Idt td
vespers, which will bgn M
p.m. ..Gaa


During the week the
FrieIndly Society of the
will meet at 5:30 pan. Ti
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League at 7:30 p.m.
A communion service .
held at 6 a.m. Wedneed"
eveninson at 7 p.m., Witt
reherals luted for PtSi
7:30 p.m.
On Saturday, thE feast
James thrAknoe. another
munion service will e rel
n.m. and at 4 m, mee
the Junior 1. eG f ie v I
ty. Aso lstlte for 'aturd
reherarmls of the church~
lor choir.


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AT OSWALD .IACO1 I WASHINGTON. July 18 tUPI
Written for NEA Service ien. Robert A. Taft does not
plan to return to the U. S. SBn-
Sate diuing thi session of Con-
NORTH N gress It wa.. disclosed today.
1I Taft Is convalescing at New
V K 0 3 York hospital from an explora-
I . 3 tory operation He entered the'
6K61 I hospital suffering from a hip
Sailmen( whicn forced him to
S. W T e0ST i turn over the majority leader-
: 6QJT5f2 0a | ship of the Senate to Sen. Wil-
S108Q4 Q 1732 liam Knowland (R-Cal,>.
A 5 3 @ 108 Congress has set July 31 as its
3 4 108 7 adjournment target date.
SOUT'l (D) New York hospital's daily
4 AK 7 4 bulletin on Taft s condition
AJ said
; K --Sen Tafts condition Is .good
4 A QJ 42 2 and no complications of any
Neither side vul. kind have developed. Bandage
S *hd Wth NWrth Cut and stitches will be removed:
2 P.ss 2 PPam sometime next week.
.31 6 Pan 34 PPs No definite date has been set
4 N.T. rsu &6 Pan for his departure from the hos-
1 6 an Pago Pan pital. Sen. Taft does not intend
S Openg itoead-6 Q to return to his duties at this
_. .session of Congress which ap-
parently will end in August."
It was- understood that the
SWhen today s hand was played Ohio senator had approved that
In a recent Leam match, one de- part of the hospital bulletin.
tilarei found a simple way to whicli referred to his future
make his contract, while the political activity.
Otner found an equally simple' There never has been a de-
way to lose it .1 like simplicity., finite announcemeAt on the ex-
but I prefer the simple route to act nature of Taft's illness. The;
success. original announcement on t-he
I abdominal operation said the,
At noth tables the opening surgery was conducted in con-'
lead was the queen of spades. nection with his "disorder."
ihe successful declarer won the----
rst trick with the king o(
$pades and immediately return- losing spade on the jack of dla-
*d the king of diamonds. The monds. .
reasoning was simple and direct.' Theunsuccessful declare won
3ne diamion trick had to be lost the first trick with the king of
sooner or later and South wanted .spai and then' drew three
guard against one obvious pounds of trumps befre leain
Sanger .the king of diamnnds. West re-
S. L fused to take, his :ate. and South
What was that obvious dan-, was dead as a doornail.
6er? West merelv refu ed to win, South could not bring in the
ite first diamond trick. diamonds, since there was only
South no, continued by draw- one entry to dummy Ithe king
ng three roudn.s of trumps. end- of hearts.) One entiy would be
ng w':h dumymvs king. Next he enough to set up dummy's dJa-
d the queen of diamond.s froth mends. but then South would
dkummv. discarding a rlw.apade have no way of getting back to
from his own hand. .dummy in order to cash a high
West could take the ace of dia-, diamond.
ondis now. but nothing could' As a result of this lack of fore-'
op declarer from getting' back siht. South did not lose a dia-
to dummy ".i h the king of mond trick but was compelled to
arts in time 1o discard his last lose two spades.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS NMIM
Household Automobile. ,e. e ate. u Wlm nte. c la Beach FR SALE:
W.. ..Allseea. Se I .u bedrooooIms. refrioesir
FOR SALE -Fr.gdaore 9 cO c cycle FOR SALE-1949 Buick Rost Maser 2011 -- Ase. C. l BoIlboo 2.3056. A oble,
porcelc... perfect conrc. i .1 2-door with lots of pWe~en rpedo u- ed "
%--Phone 144 Cocol, 2724 N.co- body. radio. W-W tie and spot- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medal Clinic. Ocende Cot T
M -L delights. Smoot y Hannisls S. A. Central Avenue "K" Street car- PILOnly ceuansa ieCotI7e1 .
- 16th. St. Central Avs. Tel. 800, ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama. pnly court In Santa C hI tJJl
o-R SALE --Louresr duplex pe Colon. Ask About Our i l A o le Row
oO:A LcE 64R Hc.use 101-B ...SAES-14 Meru y2 dorT E"as .ff N.. 16
SGarrboa r SALE --949 Mercury. 2 door THR STRIKES 'barbecue and shufflebe .
S- rd,o During office hours call CHRITMAS CLUB ma 3-1877. Margari ita -1
FGC SALE- All po-ce'a.n Gnerl Panama 3-4985. See at 574-B '"Bazor Americano" Box No. 435, Balboa.
SEle:ltr. rerigera.lr S 000; 0 Easy Diablo, after 6 p. m. and Sunday. Panama & C olon ,i-- S t
Stroller w,.rmg machine $50 00 5 O- Grmnkh Santa Clan. ueecbiwsfaot
SImil ton bambo Iu l.groOm ti -- -E-- electric IceboxFes. gt uf-
$.120 00 House ,1. oporiment A FOR SALE:-1949 Buick convertible, FOR SALE rat". e F
San Pob'o St.. Balboo new top. new paint, w-w tires, ex- 4-567. P[d" o
" OR SALE .-Sod mehon-dnng- cellent mechanical condition, guoar- Me Uu o ,
,OR ro .or, e o n-,,hogan l dinng- anteed. Smeot y Hunnicutt S. A. S1Iefl Cou sUFo .te4 16 Gega1e1. Ph one mle1116-P I
room ,u le cns.ng tableand 16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. 800 A RISTr- Fresh Frozen Brine C FO E- Buicksuper 4 door
^ 6cii.r. cir cupb -Colon. ______ Shrimp. direct from U.S.A. ACUA- flD S sedoft.
$175 A u 6d ccle we.t.nghouse FOR SALE 46 Nash Sedan, leah- RIO TROPICAL, 55 Via Esa Studebaker Cnverble Coupe
o ut, : a hrg n-a:h,,ne, dress- er upholstery, good tires, tog lights Daily 9-7 Sundays 8-1 p. m. Tel. I 950 Nash 4 er sedan.
J ira ro.t' mr..r rid tb nch 194- $3 00. Phone 3-2591 house 44 3-5411.
SBL.:k Su1or 4 d&.or .c don ,n ex. New Cristobal FOR SALE: 5 retread tires and FORIX NT:-Furnished hbuse in Cqt-
A, cellenr .u.-,'i on. $1.t-0 556- FOR SALE:-1949 Hudson 4-door tubes. 820 x 15. Never bean used reiquele tocing golf course..2 bed- N W
A. C,,ur.du Heghts. Tel 83-5192 Sedan, like new. Beautiful interior $15.00 each. Also one Jig Saw Information tlphone 3.-
'FOR SALE .,ud,. b'd. g,. ange. and radio, must he seen to ap- 24" with motor and slnd, $50..- 7
Servel retrgero.-,r. Phone P.anomo preciate. Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 00 Phone Balboa 3708 or house FOR RlENT:r-Furnished residence in
S2-40 3 16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. 800 0954. Amodor Road. ___ ell Vista. Calls Venesue No. 7.
Or SALE -- Dmr,,m .. ma- Colon. ________ FOR SALE-Le Ro, Light Plant, 25, Four bd bths CH E R 0 LET
. hogony $75.00; sittng oom set. FOR S.",LE-Ptck-up 4 Ton coapaocity 000 Walts. Almost new. Perfect 'W 3id's tuartei..Inrm- 6 K
S$75.00; two pair mahogany end New Paint. New Tires. Vey good condition. Capable of lighting 500 toign feishone 3-070, -01C K
Sab!e $15 per pair: one mahcgony condition, each 50 Walts Bulbs. FOR A ':-3 Bedroom House co- OLDS-M 0 B I L E
coffee table. $35.00; ,U. bed cori- AUTOS EISENMAN AUTOS EISENMAN pltenly furnished in Bella Via* to
plete, $15.00. Dresser, $15.00. Next to Coco Cola Plant Next to Coca Cola Plant Arrinrldon family. Call Ppnaror A-
- One kitchen cabinet, $10.00. See Tel. 2-2616 2-4966, Panoma. Tel 2-2616 2-4966, Panoam. .129 information.
,aot 2113-D, 5th, Curundu. FOR SALE--To highest bidder, with- FOR SALE--Chrysler industrial Weld- FOR RENT:-2 bedroom, cmpfet 9
FOR SALE:--Furniture, metal: dres- out warranty or guarantee, 1948 ing Machine, equipped with West- furnishled chalet, porch, gardl, ns
sers, chifforobe, bed springs. Beau- Chevrolet four-door sedon. Con b inghouse Generatolor. 400 Amps. ii. N .36, 7thOR., Ant
tyrest mattress, Misc. items. 2229- seen at American Embassy. Sealed capacity. ttIt1 50tl St., S J.if r 5
C, Curundu. Telephone Cloytor bids, accepted until 12 noon, July AUTOS EISENMAN p. n. today, tomorrow Sunday n-.
51M .24, 1953. Next to Coco Cola Plant Jil 14 noon. FOR SALE:-190O DaSote Sportmrn
51. 24, 193 Tel 2-2616 2-4966, Panama. 1951 Flrd t Cyl, 4 door s dan
FOR SALE:-Old piano. needs retun- FQR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2-door ---- FOR RENT:--Completely (urihd 1951 Chevrcfet 4 dbor sedon pcwerL
*ing and repainting. Can be seen at sedan, radio, Piwer Glide, excel- FOR SALE -Air Compressor Worth- two bedrooms, mold-sevie liade. .
Cristobal Yacht Club, 3-1983 lent condition, fuly equipped. ington equipped with 5 H. P. Mo- =d, independent entrance. Foa
$25.00 no questions asked. Smone y Hounnicatt S. A. 16th. St. tar ALLIS-CHALMER". .information ask Mrs. Eddelmah,
Central Ave. Phone 800 Colon. AUTOS EISENMAN 4th Avenue No. 15. Son Fran-
FOR SALE: Bed, mattress, spring. . ... Next to Coca Cola Plant c.Al nights phone 3-0308,
pictures, misc., glassware. No. 17, FOR SALE:-1949 Chevro!er 2 door Tel 2-2616 2-4966. Panam,on 3-0306
Jot San Mart;n. Tel Ponamao 3- f/I De Luxe. a bargain at $i.- N T
0427. 000 00. 1465-D, Balboa. Phone Ask About Our R FR
2-4153 THREE STRIKES
FOR SALE -3 p.ece o rsiulled --1' ilCHRISTMAS CLUB Apartnmets
rug lamp, coffee table foot too I FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Coupe with "Bazar Americano"a V4 ET
$125 00. Table 4 cho.r.,. 20 radio, for only $900.00. Excellent Panama & Colon FOR RENT:--Two bedroom fumihC H V L E
00. 2 Quartermaster beds spr.ngs. mechanical condition. Smoot portment in 6e9W VIsi .*Me* 10 ICK
.-motresses, $10 0). Double bed Hunnictt S. A. 16th. St. Central PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Mary Sol. Ave. Juste Arosensenm OL D l LE
.springs. maltre t. drescer. chti Ave. Tel. 800 Colon. OFFERS OFFICE MACHINES 73-A. Call 2-234V L D $40 1 E
o. da ers. Bendi .c- 0--- FOB SALE.
of cad e,'aS, $l c Bend. FOR SALE ---I'952 Cadillac 62' i Sealed bids, for opening IN G. Inblic. Just NdTs d

Wkcoffe tobcle rii30le.7 Louiir Sai busses, F 3 and F 4. No. 7. Peru July 29. 1953. in the office of Su- P
;ob00, Ch. 3a ; closeoui5 00. $hone Avenue per.ntenderit of Storehoises, Balboa,
:;Balbod 4496. FOR SALE:-1947 Buick 4-door S for Hand and Electric Ditto Mo-
Sft. Coldspot re-, new tires. radio and seat covel chines: ire Recorder,, Shavin. aw ,
SAL. --9 i. .very good condition. Smeot y Hu l Tran Dictating Machines
figerator in perfect andition nicut 5. A. 16th St. Central A k-R
-5 100.00.' See at.4 Wk.,LIgIL Tel. 800, CLl6nOp
.house Rd. Gatun. phone 5-24 ____ ng, B icony. Residential
:FOR.S eAT Od G p 4ALt-WlLLYf JeepALA I ^ S!28iD
F r -rSALE -Easy washing machine FOR SALE-WILLYS J er i ery Bureau An
'retr.gerdtcr, 25-cycle; mahogany Poat. New Tires. beotarin1very9Area,'29W 1 1. 1,9'
dirt boab.e and buf fet beautifully good cono,,EISE AN Tel 3-529.
Ain.!Imd. dining chairs. dresser, N ofroi the ve. source, or from of- T* hd Eumkhd at'
n.,, kit g chen table nd chiresser, 1 Tel Next26 Co 2-496 Plant fic oSupeririqender of Storehouses, ug to'S pt. 5, $140
oo:a dining chairs, cactus collect- -.- ,- telephone 2-j& 5. p. a
i,ions. in beautifu, ore pots. raomed FOR SALE--1948 Buick convertible F SALE:-15 commercial ironing -
Spctures. mirrors, boy s wagon. 713 Dynaflow. Excellent cond.tlon. New boards,'Americon Laundry Mo-
St? Prcoo. Balboo. tires. $895 00. Cell Panama 3- ... .FOR RENT
IC S ,LE --One 271-4 x 1.4 Speedl -Ow i htyeate 1 650 gallons per : Fi .I
'. a,, c Comero, 1/1000 focal FOlk SALE OR TRADE -I 941 Mer- our.'La e"ind smoin aury OOm. FR SA- 1 -
p a.e shuter. 101 mm aptor lens ry, nice running, good motor net Misc. Laundry supplies. Cal ..-
ti gun, tripod, filters. f.Im good tires. new paint. $325.00 Colon 1462. FOR REfll.L.- Furmished ao M ttu ,
h41room, m;cow. gentleman or yaong I P O lbt* 4" ,
hooer, carrying case 9 x 12 cash or terms. See George 143 lran. gentleman or young.4
Clhine.e rug. green. Sold mo- Central Avenue. Apt 5 top floor FOR SALE:-Foreign rose plants. Ta- No. 46 upst
Sho:ony ainingroom set. 9 pc. FOR SALE -1940 Buick Duty Paid lisman. Amencon Beauty, ferm -
Washing machine. 1560-A, Cala Newly Dcco $450 00 House 281 etc Borgain prices Phone 2-2950. FOR RENT
bash St. 1balboa._C. Z _-FR__EL Gamboa. i :. ..
R SALE-Retrigeralor 9 cu. ft.; IFCR SALE -1948 Chevrolet Fleet. FOR SALE: Small bar, Panoma
washing machine, ironer, vacuum Ilne De Luxe 4 Door Sedan Radio owner .retiring. Apply Box 521..
Cleaner all 25 cycles. venetian Seat Covers. Very good T.res. Panama. BU0NESS St Awiodern .
blinds for duplex Mahogonv table, story buildir- Is to ib erected s S .
-top. Craftsman band saw. 215-A, 1947 Chevrolei Fleetline De Luxe. 4 PANAMA CANAL COMPANY the end of B eton the ioun t 4ai
Ain.on, 2-2809 after 4. door Sedan. rod.o, seat covers. Ne r 1I'1E ARIOUS ITEMS FOR SALE any with fte I Z.Ine ( omer l Pa la 2 a:.I
-SALE. Livngroom set, patio tras. Sealed bids, for opening in public. Jimmy I .* "Th L Umit" -
.I0 will be received until 10.30 A. M., and "El BIa"li Any oate intfr.- "
furniture, .lattice work, bothinette. 1947 Pontiacr 8" Sedarnette Tu- July 27. 1953. ,n the office of Su- 4et.' E ltl e e .
mission table. Zensth radio. Xmas Tone Green Neo Paint New Tires superintendent of Storehouses, Balboa. prol may- C En.
Spee ornaments and fence. Tennis Plaslic Ulpholsvering Radio Heater. for Sanding, Drill Press and Sawing ri es
ob Heights. Ancon. C Z. 1948 Plvmouh De Luxe 4 door se- Cuttes and Woodworkers' Clamps to suto
SALE:-Kelvinator refrigerto dan Radic New Tires. Seat Covers located in the "300" Area, Balboa,
rccle e6500. Fpr rugs. 9 x Color. black Invwitation. No. 44 may be obtained I
.12, t for $25:00 Apartn- rsji 1949 Ford Cstom De Lixe. Radio.n theabove source, o0 from of- -
tesihing "machine. $35.00. Qfi. Seat Covers Seat Covers. ficef uperinterient of Storehouses.l
278-.,B Albrook. phone,,2295., telephone 2.1815. 0 _ __
.- 1950 Oldsmobile "98" 4 door Sedan FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger-
tSALE -25 cycle 8 ft Frigidaire. [ 1ydromaic Radio. New Tires Co- ator. 9 cu. ft. Defroster., 25 cycle S
riEd for quick sole. $45. Phone lor blue. Silex iron, steam-automatic, alu.-
Albrod62 1950 onc 6 4 door Sedannrn. Both good condition. 285-
Alb 622.4. '-1950 Pontiac 6" 4 door Sedan. La A. corner Goras Rd. and Horrick
dSALE: M hrnmteat dio Hydramotic. Plastic Upholster- Rd.. Tel. 2- 2A25 and Herr.c .
Sft. Westi. righerotor 2 ing. 'New Point New Tres. MRd.Tl -1205.-.1 o r
cycle, Bena waher 25 cycle. AUTOS EISENMAN Machin1. '72 Or
afrtermasl Aning set, sofa and. Next tO Coca Cola Plant i FOR SALE--Faints. dark stain, or- Balbee 21 ..mE -' "
chair, cabinets tind dry cupboards Tel 2-2616 2-4966. PanamA shollac, clear lacquer, furni- WANTED -.4 AB l52 x m
Mie. Househlad effects, very FOR SALE 1953 Plymouth 4 door eme brown. 229-C1 Curun- ftt'rf I.'MIrn- Tl
ch p. 460, Ancon Boulevard. 2- De Luxe. Radio 4000 miles $1.850 d ton 5133. ings 3-0373.
0433-A Frangiponi, Ancon. Call ,
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FOR SALE. 194 5-passenger Perfect condition. Sleeps twg. Call -g^'
Where the waves roll Chevrolet, good running condition. Stanley, Balboa i Yacht Club,. 2693 Pa-u .1
R e rcks aund their $225. Call Curundu 2187... or Panama 2-2341. ey .14. B .
S FOR SALE. HIlman conyot ,le North American couple would likeFOR SALEt a. of
.Un resIdential xO0 1952. 4.000 miles, duty free white partner to share pleasures a n d La Chor

MAR. r1g h on the wall tOres. Leaving. $1,350t, Sude. -problems f recently rebuilt and sFruituated rm "i
HM. oama 3- l r 773kr Office Badlboa 1452 reconditIoned 4 foa cruiser. 104 o- "
C.ailt and charming 3 bed- FOR SALE -1951 Belair 2C438hevrole H. P. Continent marine gas en- an
0 bts.e with all mode E' c nLE:c,9dit VauRhoeExceR b ery charger, headi galley 414 P. na.
e frontage on .trd.t riggers etc. sle3ps four. Paoama 3-

amPle clout a e baker Sedan 1950, good condIiton Apgk wAb KS
w per throughout mp Coil Panama 2 or 2-3438, myMRH a STK5 l
p rice to plan: lent condition. Duty Paid. $450.- Pnama & ColonC

^ *t 4eltt hiotir bO FOR SALE:-1950 Hillnan sedan 2- N.Ie p W, bath, er
bs e cea: __der fruee$750._Panama 3-5062.
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'b twkbidag stoteaent Ws should ei* Is that for every WASHI GTON, July 18. -
ued .Vtkday by the Panama one lajpaysis there ai.a (UP)- The Houe Post Office
aB flee r. at l per]apa 1000 Committee de ide- "It
so as.. s ympmiless would be "rathr I ,"
to have beer ads on kl
a? p but otherwise rea a con-
meUtl t there a This a Th .lpfection is clusion in Its reluctant con-
few ae bil bould wnity h sideration of higher postal
kneV th majority of rtU es
- ,A -'. oe gieott wWith A member of the bi-partisah
tl-oaoglon- it and .Aa conslder- bloc trying to block conslders-
lnic able to the o tion of a proposed $240,000,000
:d4iieo acrmssathe-board rate leImeaw
d o not ac- brought up the subject while
1r quires, if they Pomaster General Arthur E.
week d h disease Summerfield was u going
hr di- er & mtoma fourth day of questioning.
g uy e'.revere.L. R. Gros (R-la.)
tue -asked Summerfleld if the ques-
-r iti '. soner or tion of advertising on mall
Ais,. o f iio later ie>itable for trucks and boxes is being
h studied. Summerfield replied
ofN-&-sp thtcitiis.
th e pa. .P* Robert Corbett (R-
i ofb the Pa.) objected tha t t would be
Per ...... .....fuLy 50 "rather undisgftled to have U.
belf Pa.r CCnear B. mal truck withl beer ads
OIs o .... ..going down the street." He
.in., b i epidemic i n doubted if the revenue obtain-
blond thee la wonder ed would justify su "a mtis-
Ifi It t takeany Chaim ar dwI .- J Rees
Se a r-few R-Kan.) an their .ommlttee
Bhb-e. S.ummerfield, whose Mproposed
....h their increase In second class rates
ua' nd do has displeased some publishers,
( them. to chimed in: "I don't want to be
novrlin competition with second
2 K bodies clan, either."
afl handa 6 Also. I"ummerfleld argued to the
keep '-environ;nent committee that the Increases
"h6. .ahld be approved before Con-
adjourns because the "as-
"3 Do' the children tronomlcal postal deficitl" is
0e o.ei e. V ow ffati climbing by 0000 a day.
yno ,t 4. b) pd..; the children. His suggeed 42 per cent
glo-" to blas by overlong Increasen second clan rate
11n.. be rel t- atg anA--pool, et got a going over from Rep.
irtr* A, ..dl' etc"'Charles S. 8" Gubser (R-Callf.).
0r .llo.ato ,. ehl tlde-Ouber said he- had checked
ito s tena the ea tiffnea Of and found tht publishers .have
e ao epideahL. tfever ete. 'doctor he, received $2,4B.,8,000 in "mail
A g, si mdel. feverpete.m- ,tdoctorn- subsidies" since 1933, compared
m un epecl prer with $752,106,88 paid to farm-
Snt has era, sine inception of the com-
to the Cal modity credit program.
an e HalMti.ureau and to the .
ADgt tsh I h th: ash Safety Parking
In 'l t he- '.sne .- u 8TARKVIALL Miss. (UP) -
the Motorists here get a parking
ngBua 11 bweonu each t1me the city com-
bibd,. It 1 W Mof lD ty. pletes 100 days without a fatal
beam2 nt^awed^ &traffic accident. It means free
The Cams! Zon parking for the day. A 300-day
t .t sLt tt h retch of perfect safety is the
bfim-veiytoa A the low a record so far.


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NEW YORK. July
Trucks is clanging along
five-alarm blaze and the
er might wind up winning
lime in his major league
Trucks. whose White Sox
teammatess are just as hot as he
a. pitched them to their seventh
Straight victory, 4-1. over Wash-
ngton last night with a three-
sitter. It was his llth victory of
he year and his sixth straight
sincee he went to Chicago on June
:3 from the Browns. He has lost
tnlv four.
Last night as Orestes Mifioso
let him up with enough help to
vin with a two-run fourth in-
ling homer, Tlicks struck out
lx, walked nohe and missed a
shutout oniv on Ed Yost's ser-
*nth homer The strikeouts
brought his total to 90. highest
n the Amerwani League.
The While Sox. who have
won 218 of their last 34 games,
stayed four games behind the
Yankees. who staged a triple
play and four double plays In
a 6-4 victory over the Browns.
Yogi Berra drove in four runs
with a double, two singles and
a fly ball.
Center fielder Irv Noren start-
ii the triple play in the second
rhen he caught Clint Courtney's
Iner with runners on first and
second. threw to Phil Rizzuto to
tail Vie Wertz as the relay to
irdt retired Don Lenhardt. Allie
teynolds gained the victory with
our-hit relief pitching for 5 1/3
innings, although he tired in the
tinth when the Browns scored
three times and Johnny Sain
tad to relieve him.
I the National League. the
lodgers stretched their lead to
three games by defeating the
:ardlnals 14-0 and 7-4 while
Ijwvaukee topped Pittsburgh. 8-
L Cincinnati snapped Philadel-
tda's seven-game w i n n ing
streak 3-2. The Giants and Cubs
mid an open date. In other
iterican League games Cleve-
iad topped Philadelphia. 5-9.
mat Boston edged Detroit. 3-2.
Brloklyn scored seven runs



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LUNDQUIST National League
* TEAMS W L Pet.1
18 (UP) Virgil (Fire) Brooklyn 53 31 .6411
- -- 'l ie Milwaukee 50 34 .595,
like he was heading for a l Philadelphia 47 35 .5731
old White Sox right hand- Lou 46 38 .548
N oxn ew York 44 37 .543 I
g more games than at any Cincinnati 38 48 .442!
areer. Chicago 30 51 .370
career. Pittsburgh 28 62 .311
' in the first inning to get lefty i .. ,---8,,rB 1
rookie Johnny Podres a roller- Milwaukee at Pktsburgh
coaster ride to his first complete St. Louis at Brooklyn
big league game and his fifth Chicago at New Yorklph..
victory in the opener while Cincinnati at Philadelphia.
Carl Erskine pebed his eighth i YESTERDAYS RESULTS
triumph in the second game.. Milwaukee 105 101 000-8 12 2
Billy Cox had a grand slam Pittsburh 0101 000-2 4 I
Some run in the opener in Pittsburgh 001 010 000-2 4 1
Swhich Gil H odges c Spahn 12-3' and St. Clare
Through with his thirdhomer Hail 3-71, Lindell and Sandock
In two nights. Jackie Robinson Cinnnatl 000 200 010 4 0
hit two second game homers Phinla 100 000 100-2 3
and Junior Gilliam also got Perkowaki 17-70. King and
one for Brooklyn. Solly Hemus _iSPenkow Smmoan (8-6i and
hit one for St. Louis. oeminick. Simmons ( -6 and
Harry Perkowskl. with relief 1Lop Burg.ess.
help from Clyde King. edged First Game
Curt Simmons in a duel at Phila- St. ,Louis 000 00 000- 0 7
delphia. Perkowskl also doubled gB, 0l "1 420 0l 0 -4 14 0'
and scored the winning run on a Broikl (8-41. White, C ark -0
single by Bob Adams for his sev- rautt and Rice, Yv-ar. Padres
enth triumph. (5-2 and Campanea
Warren Spahn evened the (5-2, a d Campanela.
score for losing on two hits the Second Game
last time he faced Pittsburgh, St. Louis 000 001 o10-4 9 1
winning his 12th of the year and Brooklyn 010 120 03X-7 3 3
his fourth in a row with an easy Staley. White (3-5| and Rice,
four-hitter in which he struck Yvars. Erskine (8-5) and Walker
out nine. Johnny Logan hit a Campanella
Milwaukee homer and Bill Bru- a ... .
ton and Ed Mathews each drove
n two runs. League
Lue Easter and Larry Doby hit TEAMS W L Pet
homers and Bob Leron pitched iNew York 58 27 .682
five-hit ball for his 12th, victory Chicago 55 32 .632
at Cleveland. Easter's homer Cleveland 50 35 .588
came with two on and sacked Boston 49 39 .557
Bobby Shants with his fifth Washington 42 45 .483 4
straight- defeat. Philadelphia 34 53 .391
The Red Sox cashed in on De- St. Louis 32 57 .360
trolt errors which produced two Detroit 27 59 .314
unearned runs in a triumph for
Hector Brown, his ninth of the TODAY'S GAMES
year. Washington at Chicago Z
New York at St. Louis
Yesterday's Star Virgil Boston at Detroit
(Fire) Trucks of 'the White Philadelphia at Cleveland
Sox, who pitched them to their t
seventh straight victory, 4-1, YESTERDAY' RESULTS
over Washington. giving up Phila, 000 000 000-0 5 0
only three hits, striking out six Cleveland 010 004 00x-5 12 0 ,
and walking nobody. Shantmz 3-71,. Fanovich, Cole-
man and Murray. Lemon (12-8)
nd iegan.

G TODAY tOls9-#'
THE- an, Blyka and Co rtnhy.
Washington 000 000 001-1 3 1
Chicago 000 201.10 x-4 6 0
S Marrero (5-4) and Fittgerald.
Trucks (11-5) and Lollar.
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NEW YORK, July 18 (UP) -
Oreste Mifioso, sensational Cu-
ban White Box ouflelder, climb-
ed into the select circle of top
five hitters of the American
League with a hefty batting av-
erage of .324.
5 MI W stood in third place.
George Kell of. the Red Sox
5 was first with .328, Billy
Goodman of the Red Sox see-
- ond with J325, A] Rosen of the
Indisas fourth with .319 and
0 Mleker Mastle of the Yankees
fifth Wth 3JI3.
In ,the total runs scored de-a
apartment, Mfioso led with 71.
He was ahead of Duke Snider
|t of the Dodgers who held second
place with 69. Mantle and Red
Schoendlenst of the Cardinals
[ I were tied for third with 67 and
P9e Wee Reese of the Dodgers
was fourth with 66.


ALL STAR OUT Blly OAdman, American S Au i
out attempting to steal d Ia In the of the All
SStar game n Cin Cinnaut field. PeNatonal
League, makes the play re Donatelli the play. It
was the 20th All Star game and the Natlooal won It 5-1.


Woods And EAters
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By STAN SMITH
of qthe
DAILY 1^5WI)
PHIh ay, Panama, JuIZL.
.5 eU g Ih Ul t
during oura, t
what dd abloke do at n t?
3omneae raised that quetlq, a
while ago before hia flahId atlj-t
eft the Piaama docks. The--.
swer came back to 'he gu as
follows: Play cards,. sleep, ud
a book, get crocked, or go pin-
hooking
Now that we We've- reached
the pinhtoo tage, bare's an
ip-to-thq. t report- on
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powerful flaabght and played
same on th @ iet wmter. Man
allvel Such flai. So up came the
pinhook rigp ald down went the
bat. In a moment we were busi-
er than your one-armed paper
hanger. Over the side they came
three poundes six pound-
er enoughflah for th fleet.
Fight? We. 4. on this light-
eat of light taCkle you never maw
such 9pugps monstersI -
One old m oask In partic-
ular ve your reporter a
that lurid fol lnutO. Thts
must have b" the head of the
herd. 'He wisnart an.rough.
Several times e approached
bait, nibbled r the hook
and thumped it wih
Several es I w.t e -r to

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wwv au e rs *r ng noy. auHe mBm -.
tupid a red napep. See- t i
ndly 'W is probably one of B, *
uea *y p u -aMir ru p I
highly seraR on00
matched So much for the cr tl
eulo.. what he want
Douil the lights in the mistake. e let le, t
Gkpt, Gorman and setho h a
Radnraod. iPt us In the proper Ne It isab i atq a
frame, t ofa we eat ,ng I
"If you .e the fish." Water thig for s ur
aid, "y4W-l inspired. thlagrdlent- whih -W
He thertupon broke out a caug.- ,


Rainlow City SoftbaHll io

Wind Up Succ eful $so
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utle bout win probably be We-
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Is ehadule Ito ftSht *aiy
Turpis for the ia W tI aHe
left vacnt when BR oa to
pa, trd. ldi
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hNI Basan rana l, QOeas fore
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SW.YTork. Flahety se: t
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Per moth" to res nrf
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Moeng The Foirwoy '0

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more. Other are 13 kids wnd 1
lBt4Im a the niMt nttrtw "mid
toim day laen. M014e0M12
hea In the t4O ttu asi
otWr t a tl withM1 ou 0tt-
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tva Jones fighting forei
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PANAMA
4 1MEICAN


The Army Women's Handicap auit uu 1
Bowling League completed its -he a=
first round of coppettition ri- parade to ti
iday afternoon after ten weeks pole where
of bowling with Team No. 1, ant" whas-
captained by Mrs. Site Mitchell, officials lo
I capturing firt place honors. the pole. ,
Team No. 6, captained by Mrs. the league
,Ellen Kena, was second and nion SportM,
ITeam No. 3. captained by Mrs. stars.
Bella Wilson, was third in the
six team league. Indi
Mrs. Florence Reiss won the
Individual high average honors Never beo
with a 138 for the schedule. munity has 4
High game and bigh series hon- ed the highly
ors went*to Mrs. Keith Oreen "The Reftal
with a M and M A more re- copped
spectlve& The most improved and topp
bo4w i Wet to the MVP tWa
leaj> grWa Ellen most wlai
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CLSVNAXD, July I -Al
AM wua under beavy fire
When te Indiana fell 1-I
iames -off the Yankees' early
A glx-me winning streak
'and a iden reversal of form
by the World 'Champlon en-
abled the Cleveland Club to
narow the gan&Wd took some
of be heat off Lpez_.
The Tribe'a chief can't out of
the woods, however, especially
Oftter'loalng the &lat four ot five
inChloago to drop i t~I d.d
a-half sames bAck of f ew
York club.
Cleveland fang are tired of
their annual seeo -pl8aN.1a
ian, and what's wofte, the .WZte
8- look aO it they could $.at
them out of that.
As the late Alva radleyne-
time Cleveland oWner, remark-
ed: "We only hire the malpet.
Tba $a& 'lire him.
Cleveland attendance haa been
dlappolilng.
Poor attendance alo ou, d
result in Jimmy Dykes being re-
placed as beat of the Uthletlcs.
Abe sae goes for Mirty Ma-
rion and the Browns.
This is the open sepD n on
- managers, but being fired b old
bt to most of them, and they
iu$U.Vy bounce bac like your
mother-in-law.
Fraddle Hutchinson of the
Tiger is one of the few who
bh 't been dis Aled. The club
p *ed .500 balU a2X the trado
withfie Indiana, but something
bn be done Ietro1 .
how their ,351 club ,ltw
ia I -same lead and the 'en-*
to the hated Olants. While
ilthful'agse that Cbtrley
Drwu'sena pitching ltsn't the best,
drool at hi line of lug-
Robinson, campanea di
odea&. 6Snider, Furillo and Cox.
t a pDodgel lose. Chuc Drea-
seul had beat head for the near-
get shelter.
Leo Durother Ma been fault-
.d on several count the prin-
^ect Itae-up wD Dmid-June.
Althe latO L I% to et ant
t. up h0 the f y Mle
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BREATHER Joe Ad
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flashes a smile as he steps
of Trenton State Prison ali
26 months after he began
term. H3 will be picked up
a warrant charging him
perjury before a Congressi
committee.


Ike May Ask


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On Public Del

WASHINGTON, July 18 (
President Eisenhower pr
ably will ask Congress soon
raise the legal ceiling on the
public debt, informed sou
said today.
These sources said a flat
eision an whether to ask fo
higher ceiling Is expected by
end of next week.
The need for the request
brought to a climax yester
with disclosure that the debt
risen to the highest level In
tory except for during Wi
War II.
The debt which is the i
total of outstanding govern
borrowings from the public
r e ached $272,361,259,803.91
July 15, Treasury Departm
figures showed.
This was less than $3,00010
00 below the legal limit of $2
000.000 000 below the all-t I
Peak of $279,000,000,000 reach
S february, 1946, which Is c
sidered a World War II year.
The treasury has said pr
Geulv it needs to borrow at I
another $2,900,000,000 betw
4ow 10d Dec. 31.
S would push the debt o
OffIcials have said priva
that the treasury may have
borrow even more than that.

Dear Nary' Goner
+L r

oses His Appal

Against Conviction
WASHINGTON, July 18 (1
The U1. Court of Military
peals yesterday upheld the cc
martial conviction of MaJ. C
iobert. W. Grow, former I
military attach in Mosc
whose so-called "war now" di
fell into Communist hands.
The three-judge court, in
opinion written by Chief Ju
Robert E. Quinn, asid Grow
slt "exercise ordinary care
prevent the disclosure of mil
1y Information to unauthor1
persons."
Grow was suspended fr
command for six months
reprimanded by a court mar
*t Fort Meade, Md., last 2uly
Re has since retired from ae
Service.
A board of review had affix
ed the conviction before 0
appealed to the military cou
The diary was stolen. pbe
stated, and then returned
Orow's hotel room In either J
or July, 1951. while he ya
tending a op secret miltar i
Intelligence conference at Fra
fart, Germany.
Communist propagandists
pelted alleged militant
from the diary-one of wh
was "War! as soon as possl
NowI" to back up their cha
II that the United States
"warmongering."
Rae' Ta I" -
Sunday, July i
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his WASHINGTON, July 18 (UP) bill "gives the President all hd 4f other eating-
Pwih The Senate Appropriations says he needs for the coming p le.
ionl Committee yesterday approved year." A roveda
onal a $34,511,302,000 defense money The committee also: lW forbid the
bill after restoring most of the 1) Approved an amendment
Air Force funds deleted by the by Sen. Byrd to require the store
House. services to put upAm e
The committee, however, re- money for any foreign 5 te f an
Ejected efforts to boost Air Force due the United States W w a "re
funds above Presdent Eisenhow- they want to spmnd abroad. A
er's defense budget. 2) Approved a pwte r o
Ion which will biat from W.4N tat e
The group ordered one big to $2.25 the daily. charge to ofY urged
economy of its own. It halved ficers and clviMas who get c
a $500,000,000 Item proposed by meals from enlisted'men's mes'-&hM. post.
Mr. Elsenhower to set up a -'.-
DI stand-by reservoir of machine
Stools for mobilization eme-
genlesO-
As a result the Senate bill isAnother Bo
UP) $1,260,261,000 less than the Pres- .
rob- ident proposed, and $77,126.500 | U nde r O A
U.S. The Air Force cutback W naser ou t r-Atk
rces a sharp defeat for Democrats 4
who fought to restore more WASHINGTON,1uly 18 (UP)-I zr that ra *
de- than $1,000,000,000 so their arm Dr. Robert L. Johnson chV jus ast u mw i
or a could build toward former Pres- yesterday that en. Jseph R.
the dent Truman's goal of 143 McCart.y's new aide, I -n r
wings by December, 1955. Baaralag, was guilty of "fi. te
was grantly inaccurate statement" York ne
day The Elsenhower budget call- in claiming that UJ. overs him a
had ed for 120-wing strength by libraries are soft on commi-. ant-C In
his- December, 1953 116 of them nism. rare bu '
world by nexs July. The administra- Johnson, outgoing director of si*gt publication
tion claims that actually this the State Department's Overseas ma magaies
sum will provide more combat Information Service, made te "r. lb
ent planes. than planned under chargtf n his second statemnt fla tl
S the Truman program. In as many days in the seething menut out pokl
on book-banning controversy. tget outyof. t
Lent Sen. Homer Ferguson (R- Johnson's top consultant, about againn" J
Mich.), chairman of the sub- Martin Merson, said his chief in- back.
00,- committee which drafted the tends to answer every criticism Reporter attetet 'qu
'5,- bill, told newsmen the commit- of the information program.un- tlon aa Jhb
me tee defeated two Democrat-led less he Is "stopped." Merson did tc d but lie h a
hed attempts to Add more Air Force not say whoe if anybody, might
on- funds. do the stopping. was U~d availab
By a 17 to 9 vote, the cor- Meantime, the Houseappve 'e a -
evl- mittee refused to add $400,300,- dent Eisenhower'sreed to
east 000 to plane procurement fihds crate a
een for 200 Stratojet medium bomb- the ,veea t
ers. They were cut fror the a r Itfej a
)ver wing program on grounds t116 W to the progra.q utii
were to be used for traind ing sfro i-
SpThues.d as r ch to of.i
The committee then refused MCaety's senate lnvega
to approved an amendment by subcommttee, had gotten Into a
t Sen. arl Hayden -(D-Ar.) trouble with various statemtMn Johon.a ed.
Which would have added $49.- and now was trying to talks readers of these
120,000 for supplies, mainten- way out of It. wel as editors and
ance and personnel. He first lashed out Thursday Oavesome ideao
Three Democrats reportedly night at Baarslag's published e
voted with the Republicans to
defeat the amendments. They
were said to be Sens. Harry F.
UP) Bytd (Va.). A. Willis Robertson
Ap- (Va.) and Allen J. Ellender (Ia.).
court As approved the bill carries
3en. $13,013.156,000 for the Army; $9,-
U.. 480,408,500 for the Navy and
!ow, 11,247,662,500 for the Air Force.
aary For the first time the bill
included money to meet going
an expenses of the war in Korea.
kdge Heretofore the fighting has
did been financed on a day-to-nay
to basis.
ita- The bill also gives the Navy
Ised money to start building a third
"super" aircraft carrier of the
rom 60,000-ton Forrestal class.
and The Senate committee restor-
tull ed $31,156,000 cut from President
aenhower's Army budget by
tle ae House; $96,025,500 of the
Navy cuts, and $199,862,500
rm- choked from the Air Force.
ow The committee also junked
rt. .a House provision which would
irt. have cut from 100 hours to 48
t" the authorized "proficiency"
to flying for desk-bound Navy
urte and Air Forre fliers.
at-d erguson said he believed the

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r. Rank Production
was
LONDON July 18 (UP) -The
J. Arthur Rank organization
announced today it is suspend-
ing Its motion picture produc-
tion because of a dispute over
w wages and rates for night work
1.m. with Film Artists Association
P.m. which supplies extras.




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