The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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

Subjects

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01661

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agreed to end free medical care for Conal Zone
on December 31, 1953, it was announced today. A
On most other matters affecting pay and compeaR-;
tion for the employee, the Senate was successful in ret
ing House reductions.
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United Press yesterday the conference committee hN ,
voted to restore the 25 per cent differential in pay to
employes. The House bill had cut this to,10 per ceA-.-
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stored some of the funds cut by Dlffeienfti
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
S WN0 4AND mueLUeSlE my TH PANAMA AMreRICANe PRIma. INC
SPBUSNOaD m NILSON MOUNegVILL IlN sII
M NARMNOIO ARIAS. EDITOR
S117 H tarlS I O *Io 134 PAMAMA. R OF P.
TELIPMONr PA&Na* NO 2-0740 IB LINIaS
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S on* s*N oN qNc AN ----so o S oo40 By Victor Riesi

T IS TOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN PARIS. We have Just sua
4,0 ,_ ,,_ --________ feted the worst propaganda de-
leat in our history.
S11 it was French public opinion
1A Awe sought to woo with .tne ex-
THS MAIL O:A a;^ ^ :,0.
Ipendltures here of biiuens of
,odollais of foreign Ad, we've
T The Mail LJIn a on oon terum foto ii.ders at The Panamo Amre- wasted that money. This sl not
ken. Letter are received groatfully and are handled in a wholly confi- an opinion. It's plain, down-to-
dsnt:sl manner. earth American style reporting.
II you contribute a letter don't be impatien t it doesn't appear the It's a tact.
meaI day. Letters are published in the order received. Thut propaganda defeat was
Please try to keLp the letters limited to one page length. Inflicted on the U. 8. by the
Identity f letter writers as held in strictest confidence. smoothest, most heavily finan-
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements e opinions ced Communist opinion.mtan
roeased in letters from roear machine I've yet seen It sw
-o everything before It. Even toe
Most conservative newspapers
; THIS I BELIEVE here, even the tough De Gaul-
Sir: lists joined the Communists' 25
*I believe that when the Canal Zone Employes have given serl- dally papers, 200 weeklies and
ous thought to the aims of the U. 6. Citizens Associatlon see score 0 of ic;.ow travelling pub-
The Panama American or The Star and Her'ld of July 1lth Ilcatlons in an outcry against
"The eventual goal of the organization sl to obtain utll repre- us.
gntatlon in the United States Congress, as Alaska, Hawaii and This was during the battle of
Auerto Ric6, now have" that they will not be so desirous to reach the atomic spies -- the battle
that goal when they know that Alaska. Hawaii and Puerto Rico's over our right to put the Rosen-
representation consists of one appointed delegate who has a voice bergs to death.
but no vote. We lost it. and all French
That the representative will be paid with governmental funds public opinion with It, because
and would have the concern of the Panama Canal Company- there were those In our own
government at heart and not the welfare of the employes he Enita.sy nere who did not be-
lould not bite the hand that feeds him. lieve. or did not know, that the
> That if they are successful in reaching their goal it would re- atom spies were guilty. There-
oice our chances of having our income-tax refunded. ,iore, some high American em-
SThat in all probability the employes would be paying, through bassy officials actually dispatch-
hidden costs, the salary of this representative. .ed a memo home to the Pres-
I Itdent asking that he commute
4 Furthermore I believe that the employes can do more good by the Rosenberg's sentence.
Trlting to the Congressmen from their home state who have a Instead of fighting back,
Wpice and a vote. mI r Embassy, our Informatiln
I believe that we should back our C.L U. representative flnan- Service and other missions
4ally. for it is a known fact that Congress prefers to have labor put out some meager and very
people represent labor people. bile fadriual material
4, they did not say that the
Our C.L.U. representative has the -backing of the A.F. of L. atom spies were guilty. They
autonal Legislative Committee the chairman of this commit- did not point out that they
ee Is William Hushing, a former Canal Zone employee who is had stolen the U. S. secrets
.mlllar with our problems and the entire A.F. of L. staff and of the sky-platform, the guid-
Ebia includes two ex-Congressmen Mr. Blmiller and-Mr. Stengel. ed missiles, the proximity
SFinally I believe that the solution to our problems is a strong, fuse, and radar weapons.
sited and courageous Labor Organization. When the Communists charg-
Realistic. ed that this was another Drey-
1 fus case of antl-Semitism no
one in this Embassy where there
o WHAT WEAPONS? are thosd who still believe Alger
allow Invertebrates: Hiss Is innocent; pointed out
I for one will not contribute any more money to any commit- that the sentencing Judge and
es out of my sadly depleted salary. the federal prosecutors were of
S You think your last check was low? Walt till you see the the Jewish faith.
ezt one. The rent hike plus the loss on our differential will Result was that the powerful
ake it look positively sick the rent hike, by the way. which Fiench unions, both Communist
Sto have been fought and won by the money collected by the and Socialist, now believe that
t mass employee donation of $10. we put two "labor martyrs" to
V They want to fight for "Improvements" when we didn't even death in an anti-semitic dut-
#tain what we already had. burst. This, the Communists say,
v Why fight the battle 2,000 miles away when we have the wea- is the pattern which led Adolph
pns to win with right here on our doorstep? Hitler to power. And they 0re
*- D. t. being believed. .
Even now there is no Amer-c
Ican counter blow although
Answer to Previous Puzzle the immense damage done to
SongStrqs America's Interestn here is h-
Songstress P 0 6 calculable.
S. 1 t AL A Now, more than ever, an im-
BOIZONTAL 62 Number mediate counter propaganda
I ,t 63 Small fih I I ensive is vital if we are. to
64 Conchaimn etain 1frim i ta8rjt
f--, ; vmRBr' Waim II tan't long~ ex as a military
i popular tu l Veain f ore force in the toorld.
S' r music Ls 2 Redact The b y and the Infor-
t head over the 3 Diretion maton Services are silent in the
,-- waves 4 Wep ace of a new Communist move
SUHaren room BilUrd ball to re-expl6it the atomic spy
2 Manifest case.
S et 6 Fiddling 26 Lower part of 45 Utopian So successfully did the Com-
'14Pedal digit emperor theleg 46 Small Intein drub us before the ex-
I Reman gd 7 Expanded 27 Small children aperture ecutions, it is now trying to
Sof the 8 Streets (ab.) 28 Encourage 47 Weight squeeze mort* out of the case
underworld S Solar disk Anent deduction with a campaign to enshrine
"1 Perforates 10 Electrified 30 Poker stake 48 Paradise the dead espionage agents and
SIT Abstract being particles 31 Bamboolike 49 Serene to raise money lor the educa-
1 l Feminine 11 Pause grass 50 Shield bearing tlon of tfie two Rosenberg
appellation 19 Above 32 Steamers 52 Gaelic youngsters. Just two Sundays
20 STier 21 Fish (ab.) 53 Midday back, in one of the most modern
S21 Present month23 Key 38 Half-em 54 Dispatch and respectable auditoriums
S(ab.) 24 Sketcher 40 Require 56 Casimir (ab.) here, some I,080 persons turn-
S2 PlaythUng 25 Brother of 42 Cooking 57 Powerful ed out to boe the U. S. and raise
,,14 Paid notice in Jacob (Bib.) utensil explosive money bor this new campaign.
Sa newspaper Now watch It roll
SBar legally ar 9 The. Communsts painted the
Si Unpaid Rosenbergs aW "laoor people."
b alances i I I e could point out that they
tN Form were not members of any union;
'p* Waw I that they had dropped out ol
.4 aisherman's the United Electrical Workers
aparatus a r long a o;*that this was and is
Sit -- a pr labor outfit any-
Beenm ri w.ay, 'I.that the reosenberga
Ii t bhard .3 been "burgeols
U nhaus dI 1 eWl Lease detailed in-
i et v nfor B on the seven spy
sith ppeaIl~ he Supreme Court,
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He dissociated between ,thf. reprehenlbl F
vices, Tuch as lying. tel isntder. i..-v ErE
rape, but said tht.. jn I ...,. U J i
years, could drInl, a Wt _l_ sm ok aSo
cheroot or so, and occa er at sa lad. pe
without seriously jeopardlsl "ha pLy ~1l a(l .
mental health. Dl
Also; he said. f you like to'o ee4 t or.ia
sakes and don't worry Uf you on a th
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how to n old age tp its faluei of
people. Thht examples know a"e y da,
Mr. B. M.' Buch, and a publ who likes
seeing MBi ,Iw tn print. 'i
Mr. Baiusc Is towing 83 ththis mo and he
and take an occasional highball befn dinner .
for his dlston's sake. Not that h* digestive
afDD~Zatr & It. I'd swap him eve. lany day.
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urdeu r Suspect House Votes To
murder Suspect H '
Continue Hospital
Bank Holdup Buitding Program
,WASHINGTON, July 21 (UP)
The Hose approved by voice
seed member of the "C htutr vote and sent to the White
errfb gang" which piead House today a bill to continue
safetyy part holdul At ash- the bhopltal construction and
ville. dana, pol and Omaha. survey program under the Hill-
-ett ngs.o6 In rens. Burton Act to June 30, 1957.
Marufled blminwti t under
deat*i sntence'for the murder of The extalgs law sl scheduled
a oPville pollceman and three to expre h 155. The federal-
otbW emmbenrs of the gang are state os!ptal construction pro-
gnmund the HilU-Burton Act
4 ht 1p.rland members of the was started in 14. Bore 100,
vinnbh polio dilartment for 000 w tal beds have been
W ^t a Po efforts n eo- completed under the program.
othes rob Wth tlV B to solve
NhnB r of agapeets were
ellitiatd befmor e Investia-
tln naUrowe ~ t three men
charged Wright mid.'
Two of the bandif entered the
Savannah bank about 4:45 am.
Aprq 10 by forol a porter to
a t them. The third robber
later entered end s bank rm-
ployes reported for work they
were taken to the rear shd made
to sit on the floor until the chief
clerk arrived. The robbers then
forced him to.oapn cash drawers
and pot sway with their loot be-
fore the bank was opened to the
public.
The bandits were masked but
bank employes were able to help
in the identification of the sus-
pect, Wright said.

Butler And Sons
Submit High Bid
For Old Buildings
T.,. Butler and 8ona was the
apparent high bidder on seven
old frame houses offered for
sai and demolition by the Pan-
amd Canal Co. on which bids
we e opened Friday n the of-
flee 'o the superintendent of
atohftuses.
Otet bidders were Juan Aro-
ce of Gamboa and Chain
8h y Cla. Cotracts will be
wf V bids.^ Gorham T,
The houses big offered for
sale are Nos. 110. 142, and 143 tietf H
on aeiu Drive la New Cris-
which are p frame oat-
Sta. 30 and 338, fou Georg Jensen M
Lfa& houses on Bchoolhouse
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family houses, m o. 2 and 364, (of DENMARK)
off Uesa Verde Street In Ga-
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GAO' Nevtulan Scheduled Miss Mqry L. McNamara- Mrs
'An Arrive Monday IMarie B. MLNcl; and Mrs
WAliaia A. Neaman. Ji, As- Mary E. MoNell4 .
6oItLc Directri ot Aualls. ..nd Mr. and Mri. Jack Mpgri; Mr
Ii'EaCeri II. Smiin. Absij anl and Mis. Join J. Ma.o; Mrs
Duectur oA tne Divilson ol Gerlda .* Mtidlff; Mr. and Mrs
Auoits, of the Gen.3ral Account- John W. Muller .rad .daughter;
ing OffiCe in Washington are Wiliam Newiafnt andd soll; Misi
among the-'a.Ssengers schedule! Maria del Rpaario Nufiez, Mrs
ed to arrive on the Isthmus Berta i, QuPin and two chll-
next Monday an the S. S. An- dren; Mr. gal- : Mrs. Robert H
con. according to'the advance Rarthge ber and daughter; Mr
passenger list from the Panama and Mrs. William M. Reynolds
Line offices. iana two children; and Mr. and
There are 166 passengers Mrs. Vincent D. Ridge and
scheduled to sail on the Pan- daughter .
.ma Liner, Mr..and Mrs. Walter T. Sc4a-
The complete advance pas- pow; Miss Lillian Sch~rz; Miss
c.-I er list follows: Bertha Seeger; Miss Naomi Sha-
iMr. and Mrs. Roy L. Adams piro; Miss Edith Shapiro; Miss
and two children; Mr. and Mrs. Gloria Simon; Mr. and Mrs.
Jorge M. Aleian and three William L. Simpson; Frederick
children. Dr.' and Mrs. Sam- H. Smith; Mr. and Mrs. Owen
uei D. Aycock and daughter; W. Smith and two children;
Harry Akers; Miss Joann Binns; James*M. Snell. Mr: and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bleakley H. Doyle Snyder; Howard H.
'and two children: Robert S. Sprague Mr. and Mrs. C E.
Bowen: Mra. Louise M. Cald- Stepp and daughter; Mrs.
well and son: Mr. and Mrs. Bertha Stone; and Miss Mary
eThnry T. Carpenter and son; wJane Sylvestre;
Miss Charlotte H. Chandler;
a nd Mr. and Mrs. Roge L. Miss Sara Tolchinsky; Mr.
Chisolm and three children:; land Mrs, Jacobus Van Asch; W.
Mr, and Mrs. Loren Clary: R. Waidrip; Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Miss 'redeico Clause. Mr. and Ian 8. Wallace and odn" Miss
Mrs Harry F. Cody. Jr.; Miss Eleanor Welde; and George
Judy Cohen: Dr. Hymen and Wollrab.
Mrs. Colin: Miss Ethel Convery;
Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Coro; Dr. Brl if pen
and Mrs. D. W. Deering and son: r P[II11 VAnw
M. Jeron., DLuc,: Mr. and e l te
Mrs. Harrv Damarest; Miss Bar-Iu ar te d
bara C. Diak: Miss Caroln
Doencke: and Mr. and Mrs. Nell
A. Doherty and three children, i New dirct air service from
Dr. and Mrs. D, A. Dou eats Panama to the Pacific North-
pan' two sons. Miss Jean Dre- .-,stern part of the United
veth Bernhard I. Everson; Mr. States was assured this week
*ndT Mrs. Arolr l e A'el- wht7en .permisSipn wias, given
Aarclrn Frerrer; Mrs. Mararart M. Branif international Airways
iltzinatrick.: Robert U. Frey:I and United Airlines. td provide
rlhprlev, Fromal: and George one-plane DC-8 service between
Frirard: Texas and the Northwest.
SMr. and Mrs. Willis Hale: Mr.l Brartiffs international schei-
nd Mrs. Arby A. HMilnern; Mr. ules from Panama would con-
Snd Mrs. Rov A Hall, Jr. and i nect with the new flights fat the
o.n Arthur J. Hauser: Miss Houston iair gateway.
Pulia Hcliurich" Daniel J. Hen-i,
Shessev:1 Miss Lilan H1',rlielin: Under ter the nterchange oat
r ios Fither Hfrniellin. Dr. Fpid eqitipment. .e Civil AeroriLutics
r;. Lewils Heroli. MrF Louise ,iu4,U .tild permit Branrlt andt
r Hilker: Ma s Gertrude Hilker: !United to ULy from Houbtoa, Ft.
F. Hunter: and Miss Mary Worth-Dallas. Te2xas: Okldhomn
h.,-er. City, Oklahoma; and Colorado
Maretta B Kean and Springs, Colorado on the one
oaiU, .,er. Mr s ,uirah C. Kidrny. 'hnd to Seattle-Tacoma, Wash-
Al Ruth Kopt: Mr. and Mrs. gl on, and Portland, Oregon on
SA Lall' and twolhe other with D.enver. Colorado
'dA and
hlTd.i(n Mr. anBl Mrs. Joseph'as' the Intercsiange point.
Ligurin. Nliss Henl.n Lucalre: IBianii crews will ily the DC-68
Ais- Elsinoi a L. Lynchl and Mr. cralt to Denver and United pl-
nd Mrs. Valentine D. Lynchin owillu tae over on their
Ind two children; ,outes from Denver to Wash-
snd two rhld en, l Co ington and Oregon.
Mr-: I H1ld M Meriekon -Robn- A passenger can board Bnan-
prt r TtC.i'11"~-" M'ss Mar'1a- 'ifs "El Conquistador"' or In-
r,' kIcDfn',r,' v'illiri .T Me- t i-Contincntal in Panama.
tI -; -r te MITntorlh: aid change planes only once in
I Houston, continuing to the'
S-- ",Northwest on the DC-6 through

K | f the major gateways for Tir-
P pacific travel, rav the new ee
Iis especially beneficial to Latin
American travelers destined for
MIST orient.
CLEAN + Detailed plans for operation
OU A C I are being worked out bv the:
Tour body clean. out 1xcem Acid.s airines With starting dates to
uw poimonous wastes In your blood be announced later.
thru 9 million tiny delicate Kidney tubes
or fllters. Pol"ons In the iuneyr or
Bladdelr my snaik youtl Iron -Bs- mr _o
rfronlr. elOudr urir-. etttin N t. p g Ats
xervouanfem. Leg Pains, Circl LUndlr SIm F A
Eyes. Backache. Aching Joints. Acidity l a
fr burning passages. Cysti., now In- It fat ruins your figure or makes
p ilted from the U.S A star working .ou short of breath and endangfer
promptly, helps make ou oeel .ounar. owM health,. you will find It asy
atronser, bettor in I ways. I. lHilpl o Io a half pouud a day with the
S o".r kidney: a clen out BpoIlnousl cldls. .w Frollvwood method scaled
2. (.rn-.bari germs in the urinary ytfmn. I-'ORMOD Ne drastic dieting or
3. Soothee and rcams irritated til0le. 'errclse. Absolutelv safe, AnJ your
Ajk your drnilgl t for Cylterx Ieodi. "hmlsit for IORMODB ani Itart
aM how quickly it may help yo. I slmmring tomorrow.


SHOWN ARRIVING early Sunday morning at To i
for the CARE International Gonferenee at Hotel .I- b)iX
officials of the world-wide waelare agency frot Ne
Quarters. Europe and the NerE-at. -
In the photograph are Pgul Comnly Frenh'. C,'5aC
Director, and Mrs. French; Phtul Nelbtch, memOMbta
Board of Direcftors Aesi8lnt Execttlve pltectorn
and Philip Holier; D.Pel Benedict, Regional treet.of
ern Europe; ,Jred W. Devne, Regional Director fi. t
SEurope and the N tr.*t;, Wells G. Klein, Mission ;
s3lviK; Edwqrd T. Ore Me, Maiilq Chief, Oree e
Mission Chief. Isr;el: bra Sliocker, Mission C
D vid Jack, Mlssion Chtf, Poandlnavia; van S. O
Chlef,. Berlin:. 6Oe t' Mthu1, Chief of Mio
Francis X. M YIP-MiSon Ctief. Itatly: Raymond.Che
slon Chief, BeONAi;, Haarold Ouer, U.S. Field Ray reh



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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Automobiles I. me hv. *t de q; aM"blM
w-- W r l.t Akeeli ArIfl-01k **2
S Ask About Our FOR SALE: Hillmcn conveitb'e 2011.- nc- C. .
'HREE STRIKES 1952. 4.000 miles, duty free white -
CHRISTMAS CLUB wall tires Leaving. $1.350. Pan- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
"Bazar Americano' ama 3-1773. Office Balboa 1452 Central Avenue "K" Street cor-
Panama Colon SALE -. ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
no & Colon FOR SALE: 1950 Buick Super. I--
b', SALE -9 ft. Fr.g dc, e ref'rger- Dnaflow and all extras. Tel. Fort Ask About Our
i c gor in g:u3 condion, $30. Phone Clayton. 3188. THRE STRIKS
CHRISTMAS CLUI
mt'boa l2Gi ___FOR SALE-1952 Morris Convertible. "Bzor A mericno"
El SALE.-Re.'rgeiatcr 11.5 teei 19*8 Ponriac Convertiale. Bcth in Panama & Colan
CO cyc'e. large. f:eez ng :pace good condition. Tel. 2-- 286. SPCIAL EXCU S va
Solid mahogany bedroom setwinI SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA
Solid mahogany bedo:m set t FOR SALE: Mercry 1942, duty PANAMA-MEXICO one w $y
...zds. Ch.st of drawc, van.ty paid. 4 door. New steering Paint. round trip .135 (15 day linhi?
with full length mirror end branch boty. generator. eic Call 2- 5165. od one year; to L
Culoric gas .ro.e tour burner 2937 or house 156C-C, Gav.Ian ANGLES one way. $159.23 roundd
,,-664-B. Curundu HIgt Home 3 to Area trp $268.64 '90 day Ilif"l.. Pon-
S6. IArea trip $268.64 190 day Irmitj. Pan-
--- --- -_ FOR SALE 46 ChEcrolr Sedan amo Dispatch Service, mIAvenldo
IR SALE -' tingroom et. bamboo radio. gocd tres. ex I.r.r cond,. National Automobile. RROW. Tel.
*-mittaton. 5120 S n Pab!o Street ton. 3-2591 house 4 New Cris.i Panama 2-1655. ",.-:
:.71 Apr. A Bolboo. tobol. F R SA E -
eft SALE _Wfe nghou.e r. ger- FOR SALE.-46 Nash Sedan, goo., r L
t,otor, .porzel.. hou.hoo t res, good transporiuton, 3-2591 ll ll.
nishlings. 3.2591. House 44 New house 44 New Crisrob'l. ____I lsCelae, .
,rmobol. -- ---
.,irobl--- FOR SALE.-1951 Ford vi loria w.h' Ask About O0t,
'SALE-Cuilom made mohogan. radio and WSW, co'or howioinc THREE STRIKN
rBder n d.n..g toble and cha green. beautiful co-d...cn. Phon CHRISTMAS C iUt.
*plete Raiton l.vingrocm Nhm.- days 83-6103, evenings 82-3288 "Bazar Arreriono"
Zq;o combinot.on radio-phono-- Panama & Col'n
t 4 h; lamps and other furniture FOR SALE-1941 Buc'". 5-pa'-.e.-g:r -. -
; .damys 83-6103, evening- coupe, in good conc.i, on. 3 ,. .SALE:-15 commercial lining
.SS 3288 Ihres, original paint. $225. Call 4 tonrds, Ame..can Laundry Mo-
-" ---__524. rh nery Co. I gos operated water
ESAtLE-D.ningroom furn lure set-- --- heater capacity 650 gallons per
" etoe and cleaop, Chinese librarJ PD itm& n ft ,ered hour. Large and maiall laundry.
*ttd tables Other things. Phon' UollUin V I net.. M,.. Laundry supplies. Cal)
. 4718, 32nd St House 1 Apt C--C'n 1-;62.
718, 32nd St House 1 Saleslady with excellent refe nce-. ocn '- -- .
3._______ wanted for repuicb'e e:lcb .:h- FOR SALE.--Sun flower seeds, Po o-
* ment. Must spe-l. Ei g h znd ke:t .ezdis. Acuario Trdp.cal 55
S FOR SALE Spnish fluently. Wi te B-x 323 Via Espaiia.
FO r SA j LE Panama, R. de P. for ii I.rvL.w. -
S Rat. & Motors W A D FOR SALE.--Olds Super Try bone
N W lC.II J condition. Very redlion le
SR .SALE:-22 foot fishing cruiser. Zi. C:hi 235 .
465 H. P. Willvs sea ieep motor. MICeIa l- Pl I- -, .
*Prfect condition. Sleeps two. CallI .. PANAMA f I AL COMPANY
Stan'ev. Balboa Ya-ht Club, 2693 Ask About Our C"'~.RS VA S ITEMS )FO SALEJ
Sor P ma 2-2341 THRU STRKES Seal:d bid:, for opening In public,
So nam .3CHRISTMAS CLUB w.lI -be reeedved until 10:30 A. -M
"Bazo r /mericcno" IJily 1., 19;3, in the office of
0St American couple would like Panama & Co'on ISup. nt.nrdent of Stoehoures, B.'-1
pgrtner to share pleasures and WANTED:--Compnion for cider -ca, for Rarts for LeRo, Gasoline En-
problems f recently rebuilt and lady, must be free. ae c.n L gne, Atlas (mrral Die.el Engine.
rpenditioned 34 foot cruiser. 104 50. respectable, neat and g ne I.au e:ha Ga:ollne Engine, War.h
P. Continental marine gas en- English spoken to 1.ie .n w ngic.r end Peerless Deep We:.
battery charger. head, galley Eagl sh" mp D Sw e G
bux. dingy, fing chair, ory. Solicit Infor. ,,on Al-nt- ELmpt DeWolt Sw. Hcu es Gos-
Itnrbox. dingy, fish.ng choir, out- -an a F"---il0- Co lon 0 me Engine, C. H. (rE. Portable;
era etc. sleeps four. Panama 3m- ce La Faomilia, Colon." a.in@ Engine, C. H. .GPortable
rs e. seeps our. anaa 3- ...B Saw, Brlggs and Strorton, -G:coloner
Sj ANTri TO.BJ'.,Y-.Trunk. m g;oL Engine; Paris and Accesiaoes for t


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Real Estate
E: FOUR FURNISHED
i4hMENTS near beach at Sea-
ff Acres, % ith water ond elect
iity. Property managed, this pro-
rty will pay itself within 4 years.
I TO SELL at 55.000.00 cesh
K000.00 en terms.
rt.Posey, phone Balboa 2756.
SALE;-2 bedroom chalet, two
throoms, livrngroom, diningroom
roge, porch for laundrying. No
. Ernesto T. Lefevre Avenue
L 3-1028 .

FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
RENT: 1953 Plymouths in
w York. Will deliver and pick-
.'r pier or hotel. G. E Audy.
01 N. Vanburen St Wilminl-
, Del.
J,


orgia Senate
Probe State
pn System
iANTA. July 20 (UP)- A
si Senate committee today
*need It will make a
mt 30-day investigation of
We prison system.
Frank Gates of Waynes-
iMward DuPree of Gordon
Ufh Cheek of Butler,
of the Senate's peni-
i'cmmttee. discussed
tbhe inspection tour
ryan Patcher assist;
of the State Board

Slid the committee is
a general check and
e atinR specific ahort-
l- t the prison system.
5,
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is individual -
Just as your finger
Sprints differ from
else, your hearing
ual and personal. So
for restored hearing
I and personal..,
Ol greatest possible
$ new hearing,
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RESORTS
wIt s 'erg
a Bolbooaj -0
w .nds
Gremlflh Santo Clo u
w. iletrlc lcaboxes.ofn
rqerteri rates. Telephq .
mbo; 4.567. Pedro M.
Fosters Cottages. One mi1 1
Sat Claro. Phone Balboo a3
Houi en beach, Santa Cloara'.
In COOL Campara moun ftlA.
Phorw SEHAPNEL, Balboa I
Or al corlw taRer there.
ittK Oceam3ide cottogWS ut
Clam. Box .435, Balboa. -
Pmnana 3.1877. Cristabol 3-139.:

FOR RENT
Apart ment :i
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom ir tahd
apmnment in Bille VlrtV.- lOt
Meiy Sol, Ave. Justo AeMnoae
73-A. Call 2-2341. 1
FOR RENT:-Office space and mn-J
bedroom aparrlInnts in new billd-
: ing -lWioolng Hotel,.fe- >
or.'i." gardens. Apply "Fate HO
c6n $100.00 and $80.00. Phone
3.2407.

prtment, one unfuralchcd f
ofce, clinic or residqkt. Phner --
3-1773. 6
R RENT:-2 bedroom. ivi
dlniBgraom, perch. gforog
pani" Building. No. S3 C l

,R RENT: Nty tw rdrm
apoatl nt, garage, rstid's rean .
jgfden. hot water i ctUdtm. "D L
street and Buseblo Moralpy Ave.
Rosita Building. _
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OR RlNT: Th-e *doaI, i, 1J
*baNatwi on ctieN, wi wne
reei haf, u es hI 'I

2m00m7 pr o w a. ___ ___
FOR R14T-AT two borqp
meant mmpletely furnished.
2-23i. or -51]3. ... .


_pndki n.t.- Telepnone L;;..-C 'Ca:yx Core D if 'Etq*pnt; P;:ton FOR RENT--One bedroom Opattmient
11 No14ST fRl Ilvc;' with services. 151h-Street, Rae'
J FolateO in 'i )'. MArea I Abajlo hous 3l ,- .-. .- r
S: Laservsog Mc Rtc and *rn tucnk 'OR RENT-One or' wo be
'f Fort Clayton. -Tetephone 3- isl t 3-the, isroab bi1 I apartment, furn ed or unmfurns-
31 19. teleakne 3-1256. Invitan_ (4Ec eeL Pa Hill .Zd. St. No. I'J
_- "---, 'may i Sle A ned fibt abov. 'phoo ,05.3 oer 3-204,4.
LOST-.-Gold watch marking Inside ... .. --" -' --- ..
ofST bck watch mrkingllnsidtcuces, or from prffiC*I.e--upCr n- FOR RENT --23 bedroom oportment
of bac Fer guson Culle, good tendent of Storehouses, telephone 2- Los Sobte e Telephone Ponarv
reward. 7041, 7th. St. Colon 3-5284, ,rbnm_
OR -,, ---
Mrp 8 e b14. 1 .cycle, Prtall-Y readv for 2 couples or fom;iy
H w Empisyos FOR SAUwjficture record pipyer, FOR AtEWTr -s Furnished apartment
Ioww r EIIpU new. 148 Prospect St. E)jlboo North American neighbor. Will ac-
~hec .s ceto pert payment. Telephone 3-
Hired LocatllV MUST SELLbrndl boxer, 16rrorths, 0471.
i Ioa y spa yed famoalth alfctiaote ',.UST 8JW._- Hotcold water fur.
nra.r i- oeac,-Aaawrnag


All the new permanent em- I nea.,y, oPeolnr; gooo atnho;,
Al the new permanent em- preerab:y to family wilh bcyb-or
ployes who joined the CanrlI place in country. Phone Balboa 2-
oryanization during the pastL 3480 aoter five.
two weeks were employed local- --r-
ly, according to the bl- weekly FOR SALE: Hammolund receiver
summary of new personnel from H0129-X and Natoal HRD50'i
the Personnel Bureau. both good conditions. 1 telephone 3.
There were, however, five 4027.
ew interns and resident.. cl!a- e OR SALE: Piano Upright Grn.,
sifted as temporary em loyes, refrigercior Coldspot 60 cycle
and one former emnlploye .rho inalid wheel chair baby cLib
were emplodn the United trller.. Telephore 916, Colon
states. -
The new Interns and theirFOR SALE: 160 Ib. Barbell set
birthplaces are William D. Bns- Like new. It interested call 4-524
que, Fitchburg, Massachusetts;
and lbert J. Hasklns, Gisberne, i
Nefrf"an. A| ri21 Iila
TM new residents and their A r.Ko
places of birth are: Alfred F.
BCgke, Cambridge, Wisconsin;
Robirt F. Holdren. Phillpsburg, ld aw, % FI lle
Pe yivantkr and Augustus H.
Poe, r., Los Angeles, a former ll
Cfltal employee. am I
Henry S. Makibbin, Jr., re-
jolned the organisation.as File B TAfTBORO O Ga.,Juy 21
S14t r 'the Administrative (UP) _ir.-i N. rUl Arnall to-
Branch at Balboa Heights. day lcuelqt, Idea of a "com-
rromiaP coaaddats rn-ning for
New personnel employed local-' oiernor -n 1064.
ly and the units in which they
work are: Arnall's ramii k t. the Rftary
PoHce Divlsiori-James L. Col- Club hb r eta'ly were aimed
lines, Jr.. and LeRoy V. Nolan, at spec r tt various fac-
Policeman Grade 1 at Cristobal; tions il behnd a can,
and Grady C. Robertson, Police- didate d lron controver-
man at Balboa. sieso ail. trtoni
eectrical Divialon-Alan B. e -.
Albright, Powerhouse Operator Arnma. ca there never will be
Apprentice at Cristobal; and a candidate~: O orgla "accept-
Marian A. Steiner, Clerk at Bal- able to all afinS' ail group, all
boa Heights*. Dh o Msthlftiot dall
Health Bureau-George F.1
Lull, Jr., Chief of the X-Rayi "Unfortun~tely,we do not eleet
Service at Gorgas Hospital; and Georgia v by complete
Shiwy V. Langenhorat. Nurse agrep dnn-
at Crttobal. Uomd i "The
Commissary Division-Ruth P. people olike po-
Van Vllet, Commissary Assist- Utica raw i t be I-etant
ant at La Boca; and Dorothy 0. to he dei the freedom of
McLain clerk, at Mount Hope. Their, owa i 'Ual an',ee
choI r. y "
Pire Division-Alfred Vaucher,
rancis J. Haydel, and Donald "The ee1.- ed political
H. Rady, Firemen at Balbop; facts of i Geogl po-
and Norbert W.Hammond, Fire- Utin aWhee ae po-
man at-CrLstobal. Utical r etat : there
IndUtrul Bureau-Ralph D. arena wh rss
Barri, prentice Boatbuilder; for arled cer;
er A. awrence, Apprentice there a I plitlllh4-
=emaert D. Law- WIe there er rae c
Mce, Apprjyeo tAcbuniat. hilo wIt iF ultu
f l ur MO If lU


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nished apartment suitable tor G. I
Personnel, one, two, three bedroom --
Call 3-4941, Paama.

FOR RENT


FOR RENT:-Blle Visto, clean fur-
nished room. Cooking facilities
electric refrigerator. 43rd Stre:t
No. 13._______
FOR RENT:-Two, om furnihed in
private h6me .(rfaern-esi. No.1
14. 45th Strit,t ell Vitoa.
FOR RENT: Furnished and cool
Morn, tauple, gntlomah or young
lady. 45 Strot Na, 46, upstairs.
Belle Vista.
FOR REMT:-Furnished room with
board. Eurfian cooking) or on''
brmMkfabit gw pjpnflimwn
Just me Avenue No. 57
comer A4fh St
FOR RENT: One furnildd rcorr
indepedent, yithlkitchen. First St
Perelll No. 3, Apt. 1.


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kAmrta who may be the
J, John Wayne ed
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nstW off, Ella may sua for
mthlute.
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Power's return to Hol-
ti 3urope -for a e-e-
Scommitment at Fox
. oat the leal puns. Busy
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Tahnadge, i lat il=
who's been atWfS for t
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bunk oft rea
holdings,


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- elght-week-old transit trke oc-
Cars curred .eSrl .erday. Offers
S dcred sarBi the dlrv-
er was taken l niverity Ho.-
pil where two-pellets were re-
moved fronk his heel. Mrs. But-
fd.l 4ad tlher shi1d :plrentUy
do -ihe left t a after the inmdent.
; In the Moiiwllef, the Augusta city
at the council wa to meet tonight to
Vega. conditionss the
t goe to CO. md w dd
Chancy before eIn=fi operate
u frame. 81soulaton alo around
te Sposslbii ol the t taking
over operation of the trans
u se a lines until the strike is settled.
Slate a Police sent out a broadcast fot
ay, "you a Bulok oar wlfh OGesorga'
P, a az.- cense. geva"e peiso told DO
shlMetVt lice they wlt d the gunfire
and saw the car as It passed a-
long the street.,
The'shotgu blasts shattered
g over the front e the :bus driver's
he'll be home, offlee rs d Mrs. pufford
e's 26. and their child were sleeping In
with ad- a room adjolinig Bufford's room,
ian-she off1ss said, ad one of the
11 never blasts hit nearby,


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A mother three half-
M r: I rWme t lhs
ledbiahd 'has never
shown at for my I-
deas or idi had has very
little ,o for me.
"Hea idea of
Mine whetOst aew bearing anl
of It. ter bothers to let
me know wrln t1 epct him
for dtinMA Be never apologlds
after 10a8 j temper. In
shot l h ui d t. considerr

the ltUi t WOO 1.a" aut.
now tht :yae- older,- they
are Spag his atnude toward,
Me. r w. rd 0" e th"at Io
the a" Iember ol the family
who dmonm e'slO "
aft;t wIoth variations
0,t ; t16ta of each
A gFi eeaaomes to this



*thfl5i "d* fr started copy-
lacWtuAe' tittttude the sit-
usao is completely out of
Sfor a wife to de-
n. bohid tlnwtiol and respect
lsb a e n-ieng of her
manage. At That time, if she
i t elar that she ex-
0r.18 get It.
Wt *ahie lets a husband
trt It ULke a robody for
ar, and ~the children begin.
accept their father's evalua-
lton of their mother, ,he is In
Shtor sibLflapy years.
An a rale, children show the
aam, ra Ct, for a parent that
t. eoter parent does.
t mn who treats his
I n tht respect or con-
has only himself to
one day, he.discovers
Can't cope wbW

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I have a dally lii
the doesn't respect


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AUGUST I it I
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EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION
FARE $25

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In 5-Hit Shutout Of Cubs 5
By CARL LUNDQUIST S

NEW YORK, July 21 (UP) Pitcher Russ Ai8rkc m Lug.
Meyer finally has convinced Brooklyn Manager TEAMS W- I. Pt.
Charlet Dressen that he needs more work to be a New'York 1. 27 .0
Chicago 66 34 .02
consistent winner-and from now on he'll get it. Chcagston 52 o I
Cleveland 50 38 568
The fiery taght-hander says Cub Manager Phil Cavarretta Washington 43 47 .47
the big reason for his nine- said Rush merely pitched Fu- Philadelphia B .30
strikeout. ive-hit. 3-0 victory rillo high and tight and had no St. Louis .
over the Cubs last night was intention of "dusting him off." Detroit 860 .8
"that I got knocked out of the
box on Saturday The victory put the Brooks 31 TODAY'S G3AME
tI had better stuff last night 'ames in front of idlp Milwau- New York at Cleveland (N
than in any of my last fourtkee. Campy's homer whs theon- Boston at Chicago C()
starts." Meyer said "I like to ly run Meyer really needed as he Philadelphia at St. Ioula (N)
work often Mv arm stiffens up turned in his eighth victory a- Washington at Detroit
or I don't have control when I against four defeats. In the ninth
have a long time between inning Meyer got in his worst YESTERDAS RESIULTS
starts." trouble when the Cubs put two Open date.
men on with one out, but Jim
Dressen wai torn b eween Hughes relieved and nailed the aos 1 103 W ui. M i
elation over the best job yet next two batters to clinch the '" : -
by Meyer and sneer over the win which was Meyer's eighth In "f,_ v. n-. ...
pitch bv Cub right-hander Bob a row qver his old Cub team- TEAMS a K -,n'"p to ak wghtkfor-
Rush that felled Dodger out- mates. Brooklayn e ne. bri htend king, Ted At ln-
fielder Carl Furillo. Furillo Milwaukee 52 35 .5e8 t, and 98th e -yr+t C). '. Tom .-l would
wasn't seriously hurt, but he In the only other major-league Philadelphia 48. 37 .55 c y 6 the 3-yearI .
won't plav todav because Dres- action yesterday, the Cardinals New York 46 38 .548
sen wants to rest him. made 15 hits to top Pittsbureh, St. Louis 40 .545
"One of these things could ruin 9-4. after the Pirates won the Cincinnati 4 .4 9 o"
us in the pennant race. If the wind-up of a suspended Sunday Chicago 3 54 .365
umpires don't make the pitchers trame. 6-4. Neither team scored in Pittsburgh 2 .65 .309
t it out Dessen said. "What the four final innings yesterday,
else can you think about a pitch- but it was a different story in TODAY'S GAM B
er when he is taped for a home the regularly scheduled contest. Milwaukee at Phila. (2) (T-N)
tun and starts throwing at the Cincinnati at Pitt hM N h P
next batter?"' Steve Bllko hit two home runs Chicago at B ro~ a L
and two singles to drive in four St. Louis at New Yok (N) :
Furillo followed Roy Camnan- trns. Lefty Cliff Chambers pitch- EW YORK "Jul" 1 I
ella to the plate in the second ed two-hit scoreless relief ball YESTERDAY'S ULTS NEW YORK July 21 ( ) -
fnnino. Camprnella had drilled for foer innings to gain the vic- Com1pleU4en of 214lI of iCOju Ben Hagan.JM
his 24th homer of the season in- tory. The Cards went ahead for Sundays Doublelh~aeru J11L. today to ae. R d' IS
.to the left field seats. The fi,'st good with three runs in the sixtn St. Louis 010 300- 7 icke s tape parade up ..
I1tch by Rushi was high ard in- when 1inch-hitter "Peanuts" Pittsburgh 300,210a :.12 2 h- .. t B hoan e o idfeat ol M
aide. over Purillo's head. Then he Lowrev's two-run triple was the and ie (7-5, LaPai. t t ati en an a Very i the Atingmate too, eket
was felled by a blow which struck big blow. and Rice, Face, 8LaPali~ (-610) garrve th P~tlp vr dt
the top of his protective helmet. and Atwe t llsB sa 3' 2 ann ul gl f tearhament, L. B a i
Yesterday's Star Steve -- T the In dwing re.ft,: W = s b S.
Rush qairl his control was 'a Bilko of the Cards, who came St. Louis 100 103 I 1V4 0 I--- .~h 3 Ph, ..
little off" because he had beeti ou. of a prolonged slump with Pittsburghb 400 000 000.4.12 2 bUlou e 'caaIdn GI' V .
itchin. hard in this p~me fo.- two homers and two singles, Miller, Chambers (1-3) kmAlek l
first time After being laid batting in four runs in a 9-4 and Rice. Friend (4-8 ) leWt, BIhd au 1et.h w. "
E with a sore shoulder. victory over Pittsburgh. Hall and Atwell.t w I h ta
Chicao 00000 0 52 eganwo WetInan sd, ha D C1D I ON*

26th A R So M aduro Clash roo n 020000 x-3'd d o Gl 1 U rlt d
Sgiola. Meyer t -4), Rughes and eorourse t pr iO e o e ; Wth thr
Campanella. I. acl@ lof gro o', [ eS I threel "l
S pe t ce,- of ground .
night At Balboa Gym Only game scheduled. a pie on am cut- tfo pi
IoihtAiBlo Gym owrong'!"e"b Wiest trounced Po
Leadi- thee Mbe d-- .ll < 'am't

Sunday'. Results If4 points Livramentl followedX Are 0fm aaz t
Maduro 57. High School 54 with 9. (4 0le '
26th ARS 49. Farfan 43J M Trak NOA a--' Wn iEoSS t" W'1 6
Tonight's Games Tueidpv nl2ht's games find li- n,"'3, -f
Special Troops vs Jr. College Snecial Troops in quest of their .Ah L i. -s
Maduro vs 26th ARS 9th straight victory In the cur- Atl'. o M (e a gB
rent season as they tangle with to ntd 8
The opening game Sunday the College boys. The nghtap Abot fut I handed Intern.I- 11h ws am bd. n
alte proved to be the thriller as may prove to be a battle as they tloapl Orl qouts from I a Bo, -It t tto for
predicted. Maduro scored their strong Albrook club will try to Para.so, Santa "Crim, Chagres would it
seventh win as they nipped the rsore nrid upset over the erratic ana Rainbow Cty, will meet on the I a i. 3-do. O d
Pigh School boys at the wire M-luros. Saturday, July 25, for their fec- bV 411ML a"$
Satuday JulyM 25, bec .-i
57-54. The box scores: ond Track and Field Meet, .
Maduro took a auick 7 point 'MADUROS An added attrpcton will be a mile. If they tri ft ePrk
lead at the end of the first quar- Brady G T TP water-boiling contest open to S t w 1 n
ter. The School club came bat- Brady5 3 13 InLermedlte and Senior Souts e lsuch tw a a P loeival a110' 7Ai-vllean
tling back in the 2nd period led De 19T Guardia 6 0 12 In the afternoon the movies o smlre w 6 as4 am!
by Montovani who dropped in Ruof f 1 0 2 "Women of Tomorrow," "10o1- Hl wJ
3 quick buckets to tie the score coveault 5 0 10 day in Panama" and two earto- diffo between the game
at 24 all. Gibson 5 3 13 one willbe shown at the La Boca as ply hereand in BritDl.--
The third quarter saw the 0. Konranv 1 1 3 Tneater. the cor, the ball and the **Dn Y*i
teams battle back and forth as W.E. Kourany 0 0 0 The day will start with ao 1.a nd by d w -
the Maduro five forged ahead F. Raybourne 2 0 4 flag-rasing ceremony at the La
by five points to lead 43 to 38. Maree 2 0 B 0 loca School, followed by a short "I donit know whether I wMlI 'wa '
Boaet thoe o stage for the fourthwdbe Lgor Ite.i.
andfinalthe stage fOrthe fourth Logan 0 0 0 parade to the Ball Park. The play in the, itih Oen sgain k W .i
d inal drive. Maduro was rl uts will wear their uni- next year ea4 but I'm Sgolf- of on, l
to hold on to their slim 25 7 57 forms and sashes of different er nd An7yg er probably Tw
!a and the High School club VS colors representing theircor- would trys.f Hoer, o neat lUS'but. '., .
'e desperately to overtake oHS lors e e. r ear is a lof w eand oI f an.
tm. With less than a. minute May6 2 14 Theren will be foot races and wont make iW predlctionj," .M -. "
remaining. High School drew to Bacot 0 0 relay races or Brownies, Intr- on
"Uhin one point of knotting BlIck .01 relay races for Brownies, Inter. oHn W 1.
'~tbi1 one point of knotting Blick 1 13 meditek nd Benions nd vol. C
tle score. but Jim Brady was Fogel 0 0 leybit nd enl and softball to a.
Fouled and sank the two charity Davidson 5 4 14 ment fOr Intermedites ad
tenses to insure. the victory. Blackall 0 0 0 meant for Intermedites and r. w
Leading the Maduro club to Martin 2 2 6 Seniors. Pri will be awarded foi
itory were Olbson 'Atlantic Rigbv 0 1 1 the wining teams and indivi-e p. .
.Ile importee, and Brady with Montovani 3 0I dual-byt ta wooden, vice pres- Iwon
3'oints apiece. De La Guardia Scott 0 0 0 Ident of the Canal Zone Inter-
wed with 12 and Coycault national Girl Scout Council. 3 Inlon
ted up 10. Scol22 10 54DaW
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'..ihe scoring for High School 26TH ARS NOXVIe. Tenn. (UP) e a
li divided between Jim May FG FT TP John 3 Weaver filed a cross-
-Larry Blick who had 14 and Fleegle 6 3 15 bill for divorce against his wife Ellen in
lively. Pazera 6 0 12 because he claimed she wrote the PamIn M
second game of the eve- Hunlev 0 0 0 a song describing their mar- vitational ae d Cleo
ved to be the same old Farrington 0 o 0 rage. The title of the son: Bur .da tie
s Far Fan battled the Libon 0I 2 "Thirty ointh e In Hell." off, by
AR for three quarters and Thomson I 0 2 atroakes Ina -ah
fissled out in the final Stone 3 o 8 Botl fr med-
Far Fan trailed by but Moore 3 0 6 mBst hior
points at the half and Fuggan 3 0 6
at the end of the third against
The AIRS got going in 3 49 backer .:..- ."
I period as they found VS coastra ot
he Sailors to a mere 6 Stoke. 1 1 S It l otw .tale".. .
won gping away. Waters 0 0 0 will ok ,
Don Fleegle continued Wertz 0 0 0 '. Whi*
e play as he sank 15 French 7 0 140
to lead his club In the Carlin 1 1 3
arade. Joe Pazera as- Llvramentl 4 1 9
le with 12. Lester 2 0 4 .-.
Continued to be Far Bishop 0 0 0
leading scorer as he led -
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEA Sports Editor

bW YORK, July 21 tUP' This year the foaul%4U
When Vern 8tephens turned been just the opposite
out to be a total flop, the White tnaL, or 1961. Tne White a :
Box got help from a totally un- were only mediocre until sW:
expected quarter, June, when Lhey took tb'M
Robert Irving Ellott was en- straight irom tne Red lg la
gineering a comeback with the Comiskey Park, 11 of 18 in t
Browns, east, including three4g &ak 4
Bill Veeck needed money, as sweeps In New York AM a *.
usual. ton.
go on June 15, Frank lane Their lack of early foot caiw
gave the Little Brownies Lou be an indication of stretch raB-
Kretlow and Darrel Johnson, a nlng. ,.
young catcher, and cash for Bob --oOo--
llotand Virgil Trucks. THEY'BE LOOKING tQ 14.
Elllott, in what could be the Rogovin and Ferris FsaW~
S3-year-olds final fling, plug- maI e up for. lost time, o
d the gaping hole at third who should be the ace, hu
e and gave the Chisox a nothing Detter than a 5-9 e I
qualified clean-up bitter thor- otd to show for the first ba
onuhly capable of swatting the Pain Is batting .277, 67
long ball. He batted .431 below his leagu- champot
throughout a 30-game stretch. pace of 1951, 50 less t an I
Trucks 34. won *lve in r row mark with which he c
trimmed the Indians for the the title last season.
first time since 1951. Richards has conuidarbl
General play and hitting lr more to work with ttWa p
the crutch bUd the Chicago the lst two campaign. --
Americans greeting the eastern While they may not ,Wg_
clues at the ,half-way mark larf.3 clusters, there arje .l:
after having won 35 of their last runs in a batting oadt
31. That's .807 baseball travel- praised of Fox, w on, -g
Ing Ucklty-split. They were Elliot, Rivera, Mole3.61* s g
fresh from capturing the last and backed by plnqh- l ,.
four or five with the InJuns, Stewart and Wriflt. ..
their chief risl for second The White Box have
place cor secon. ordinary, speed in M .I.,t
But the White Sox'and their Rivera, the .lattr fiA aI2 L
righting and resourceful, man- u tho what Rogerst fth
pr Paul Richards, aren't Seattle-
thinking of running second. ball player df today 'd
They're shooting for the jack- Isee pla ."
pot, and It Is plainly in sight Minnie Minoso and Jim Ri*e
now that the cloak of Invinclbi- ra are doi in thahe
lity has been removed from the share toward keeping theco.itt
Yankee. obase stealing from beoafl
_ankees. -old-fashioned. ., .
TBE w -ERE FIRST to derm- In this and other ways, t
THEY WERE FST to dem- contribute generotasly towu t
rnstrlte that the World Cham- making the White Box the me
plons were not precisely super- to wat
men from another planet, exciting club to watch.
men from another planet, by r o o As
the way, when they swept their __ __
last three-game set in the -*
Bronx. The Indians did like-
ise, and tha panic was on for
Casey Stengel, who finally put ClHII l
his wonder workers under lock, Bon't eul- alut,
and key. and choke so d that you as
The White Box were on top at breathe or alp-don't mue
the time of the AU-Str. 9 em lA w from B binstl orAm=
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61 1951, had led 'ii 41 '-days, redi.teve.
t~ln proceeded to drop 21 of 32 U.Cis'Amsfrl Ialboa to-ery.- t
and finished fourth, 17 ame throw .tbhe blood, rthus rea I ymls
off the pace. Buttio r- raftCk1 n rocrh u .tsRW
man year, Richards aWrs doing tt1 iC si S
with little more than daring motl troeer ouea n. ur -I
and cunning. With Chico Car- i00tw9 0 Ylowus 1 S 0 U
ralquel injured and throwing a i ift M nasflfeea e&was
r year C d others tdiappomntt %" f m mr
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heir national jamboree led doc
;ors today to isolate a "suspect
.ase and inoculate 11 expose<
youths with gamma globulin.
Meanwhile, health authorities
tt Marquette, Mich., and border
communityy of Bristol. Va., anc
3rlstol. Tenn.. prepared to be-
tin community-wide Inoculatior
programss tomorrow.
Boy Scout Kirk Mathews. 12
if Gallup. N M.. was hospitalized
yesterdayy at the jamboree with a
nild, non-paralytic case of polio.
[iR condition is good.
Orange County (Calif.) Health
officerr Edward Lee Russell re-
torted that another "suspect"
ase had been placed In the
county hospital communicable
diseases ward. Eleven other
courts, who had been exposed to
dathews, were given gamma glo-
sulln.
Russell said there was an "ade-
ruate" supply of GO on hand
just in case" of an epidemic
outbreak at the jamboree. How-
ver. scout leaders said the
health of the scouts was "excel-
Int and far beyond expecta-
Jons."
"This one case (of polio) Is far
below what normally would have
leen expected for a commdnlty
be size of the jamboree..." said
ir. C. F. Naegele, U. S. Public
health physician assigned as de-
muty chef medical officer.

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Germans In Bonn

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BONN, July 21 (UP) Six
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espionage for the Soviet Union
and will be tried in Duessel-
dord Friday, it was announced
today.

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Dies In Calif.
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day sent a new commdncatlon But U.S. ecretarf .
to South Korea's disgruntled John Foster Dulles. -
President Syngmn R hee in a Washington press
bid to lift his last minute Americans should be
threat to balk the signing of a too optimistic or over I
Korean armistice. tie. .
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early end to the two years of truce hinge on Commti f
truce negotiations and the say- sires for peace.
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BlastleBy Bishop.
WASHINGTON, July 21 (UP)
-Methodist Bishop 0. Bromley
Oxnam charged the House Un-
American Activities committee
toaay with using methods Lhat
play "tnto Communist hands"
and primene "a new and vicious
expression of Klu-Kluxism."
In a bristling 2,000-word
statement, the 61-year-old
clergyman. demanded that the
committee "publicly announce
the misakes" it made in link-
ing him to Communist f-unt
groups.
He also called on Rep. Donald
L. Jackson (R-Cal.) "to apolog-
ize on the floor of the House
for his unprecedented and un-
true statements" against him.
Jackson had charged Qxnam
with servftg "God on Sunday
and the Communist front the
rest of the week."
The Methodist leader fired
his statement as he began a
dramatic aparance before the
committee i a crowded caucus
room In the House building.
The hearing was billed as a
showdo In Oxnamn' running
feud witshe Committee. It al-
so mar he group's first
public session involving alleged
Communist Infiltration of the
clergy.
Jackso said recently the Com
mitee flies showed that Oxmam's
name appeared in connection
with a arnuber of organizations
which hl .been labeled sub-
versive ift Attorney General
or by stet sld federal Un-
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