The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01664
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01664
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1-Man War For 60 Hours Says Contradictory
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S- WESTERN O Korea., Ju- ready to shout to two machine M
ir aly 24 (UP) Ah Marine gun positions when he found he P l
e jrgea -15_th .V survivor was even deeper in enemy terri-
Sof the battle of thain out- tory.
^ -- -- 0 posts-told today how he had Rich worked IMs way back to
Unl* Press e wa Predeu.q Iought a o ne-Dmo n behind the outposts Berlin and snt T
saw- enemy lines fMA before Berlin, now in Communilsthands.
oon, Canco and stumbled to Chinse soldiers blocked his eg- f J f .
. ooeInmeFt e'_ e r Sgt. Ro aof Cine- :o route and six passed within
day pay c wl carry that not them. I n Slr Ma- a few yards as he crouched in
Except ww. ouma.we" -s e-hiding.
y 10 r cnt overseas dit- Except o w E on .
1pa11 he wetrebeing ceremolaetL lia se When darkness fell Rich0 -
61"AothevedeetByormod out again through MGM$ SEOUL, July 24 (UP)- Syngpnan RheeaSaid t
-t t1 ta territory and toward theMS.-
stod b their tin krine lines. He found an aban. suranCeS reported granted to the Communists
Sw te re r the ch saide a un ed bunker and In t the ake it impossible for him tokeep hispledges to abi
thtI- word otio PrtodentIs noccaUll., the ..OWc.,-am-.*at caved in 0&__.'_-dr the food he had seen Owe Sunday by

Ios W Isto lw l ute rnu ack toW The South Korean president accused the United
. t this aftr- theChinee srroun dingsatyblood streaked his re States of making certain promises to him and giving e.
R no.ol S SW_ per coot wi.ll W1ld a a itf rme Navytr& ully d
I o m"a sCecks.y r et dotor he ould Cly the opposite pledges to Communist truce negot

S -l. '.iBS .to I lay down zY e aps and be all right after a e rest.gning of which is bel
Atouu. .we* 6e.1o bualesid Rhee sih, however, h e would make everyeffort t
,- -o.. ,......_tim_ rbw o X g s t bloted sm_ vJ abide by the armistice, the spgning of wh ich is belie, ve
6 -A-- W,. low.oneTNt...ie hat CommWo.s hth be only hen+ away, until he finds he must g(W

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too total of R hours, out
of the 1s the cam Iled to plead
and aitm up the defense that
Nicholls acted in self defense
whenthe truck the Frenchman
ana au his death.
Atoug the trial began at 4
p. m. y rdy and did not end
until 'p. m. today, the court-
rod=m wq crowded throughout.
Nichefi % ait Wolff the fatal
punch di hng an-argument over
the phlayin of a-luke box dur-
In the eary morning hours of

But, I7 4adf he feetls. "t&
sa.e an I always have" abodt
chances for a Korean arnslatlee
-,- "neither optimistic nor pes-
Dunas said that he la "Just
waiting to see what will hap-
Asked if he could give. report-
ers any guidance od prospects
of truce being signed this week-
end, Dalles replied. "I'd like to
be enlightened myself."
"My desire is strong not to
follow a unilateral policy, if It
can be avoided," Rhee said to-
Rhee's statements of today
and Thursday failed to slow
the pace. of .officers making
final armistice arrangements at
Panmunjam.- *
The pagodarshaped building
In which ,the armistice is ex-

Knee, who$ a
day that thec
munists must get ou of
jlz months after armistice
or South Korea will take act
had touched off new charges t?.
United States "connlvanboe"
the Red radio, said he wa.'
"worried" about the truce situa
He said assistant secretary-
state Walter. t.obertson'~-
granted him asia pnce i .t
there would be a definite thtie
limit on a postwar political conl.
ference efforts to unify Kort&.
Batlboa TIdes -

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report to the lHa.o &-p.ete a .our-year course of
diool at EayqnM. trlfl that started with his
intensive thi .- la.n from Lamrned High
After which Laed, Kansas, in 1950.
Isaloed an enmlgxL
Supply Corps. 'T Doa^ being an ROTC stu-
dt deout.. present any social
will succeMssmtUly- M)aehb.. r still finds time to

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Delta, a .jei*Hl Greek etial sourl are the sam as tHum pe,.'
fraternity. hrIng hisr h a or formed by Nkvy officers M"
year, which -* lust completed, enlisted men. He becomes a
he was hoidl manager of his regular member of the hp's.
fraternity crew so that he "learns by do,
. While at school, Dan receives ing" and receives
free books and tuition from the knowledge in the many
Navy, in addition to $50 pay a of Naval operations. T7i
month., ng Is also supplemented
As part of his preparation classroom studies.
fdr the day when he'll become Dan is Impressed with
a commisaloned officer, he mnA. As he puts It, "t.w
makes the summer midshipmen work of the cruise .
cralses, eli Weks each .sum- self because of tbe
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don't like us.
The more prosperous they be-
T LfeA Al l D come. the less they like us.
.THE MAIL tBOXrohtouh
SA I AAnd they show It in a sulking,
"S M A 1 80 A through thoroughly cMvig .o
S The Mail o is mte pen forum for readers of The Panomo Amer- and tolerantly polite, style -
A ke.. Letters are rei mved griefully and re bandled in a wholly r coo- which is the latest in Parilien
deJntel manner. POlitical fashions.
If you contribute a letr don't be impatient if it den't appeo r te They are perfectly hapy for
Ont day. Lfesn ore pubisbd in the rider received. us to come over nd at
Plse Iy to keep tM let limited t ias page kn the hlly Rue and Plac PI
Ideally of lette wrIars l ld in strict t conflidMe. at twenty bRuca per bOttK
SIThs ewspopr asum s respsilily h f tarement epiki of wine. 'hey are happy. t
mpureed Il ers f eon. have you wander the _narw,
--o- twisting streets of Mont rre
and pick up some street artist's
WHAT KIND OF MUSIC? daubings in the hope you've
Balboa, C Z. bought yourself a futurg-Tou-
Balboa, C Z. louse Lautrec: of gO ove to the
aSir: left bank and sit with the
Existentidllat at the Dm MR-;
Has anyone checked into the prevalent rumor that a military gots sidewalk cafe.
official has issued an order forbidding AFRS to play Latin music? But they'd be happier still, If
If this Is true, it isn't the first time a "man on the hill" has had all Americans went riht home
SprDram taken off the air to satisfy his own personal likes and after that and tk our
dlMe&. NATO Army. and tJ I aope
There have been criticisms of the radio station in this column Defense Community force and
Several times, some of them perhaps true, but on the whole I all our Specialista with us.
think they are doing a pretty good job. I understand AFRB was
'set up for the benefit of the troops. Since when is an official If ue ont o Ie f -the ..
Sthe troops? fe mont he. *th1 d his
A lot of us may like tehear mambos and rhumbas once in a to get us out. Or if, s ft
while a lot of us who aren't local raters and Puerto Ricans thel tuillfustnm sa a
Sand there are many of them who listen to A~S, too). There our fsUWielts col
are several tunes currently popular in the States that are Latin elaborate with theJa w.
:even those aren't heard any more on AIRS. Just because one __Ther
'man doesn't like them, must the rest of us be deprived of them? Thee a1s good S o be
.What about the many Puerto Rican troops? ee that our .
There's probably not much the boys at the radio station can nave ian.r dent
do, but it seems to me somebody should report this unreasonable Els.nhower, teit.I ,hni thatP.
censorship to New York or Los Angeles or Washington, or wher- only a personal tlt to the t
'ever AFRS headquarters Is.Continent, can sa" asinternM-
ever AF headquarters A Radie Listener tional Army he laA*d in the
EDITOR'S NOTE: In checking with the InfoTmation Of- awlsMton in Baro
tflcer. Hq USARCARIB. this morning, it was learned that a survey The Pnch plln Ashrliadle ; .I
*.has been underway since July 13 te determine what type of mu- I to encourage a W atb '.
ialc Is desired by the enlisted personnel. ReulIts o this survey of working class demw ti
' are due in to that headquarters August 1. One of the Items on gome tme this fall a *
* the survey indicates whether they want more LaftM mtsic or less neou" national wilieet gei- K
SLatin muale. The results of the survey will be a omeideration in eral strike; a jabotw 'IKU U l lll r S
future programming at CFN. Because the station operates pri- against hlgh prices, K. t
-.marily for Information, education and entertainment of enlisted low wages and especlai lIt a
'personnel In the Panama Area, the comments of officer person- costly mitary oldt By 01 RUUAM
nel were not solicited, with the .
It will be a phony. Wiln it -.
,KITITNS ON TE nLAWN breaks it can be control nd Pa' out the Mu Th troul
uit Paeama Otd in a few hours. But IM1'b. O pl keep ask- of u
Panama City wont. W the eso"s mg enough a 1a y balow* i utM h
At that time there wilU be a W s .I. ; z- out .yZ e rto.
Word must have gotten about in Bella Vist) that we love cata new government ina iane. for e 1The ni. to orV g Cli on. Neamly than S
because when we came home from a party the other night there this one Tisexph ted to fall soon, 'k_ obou 0 a-
were two spring kittens on the lawn too small to have found enough. That new I overnmi t,"0 7day1-SSl Mwas l w n
their way there alone. het r it wiu I o -e=a sw
Of course, we took them in, and broke out with a saucer of cabinet now mh give ..p the faug
rby 11 To -- --t-------. I o.StheMan
gM which they lapped fast. Since them we've put them up on SO9 a1 and al ladU .m = Xof ab- F o a
ba temporaryy basi. But we already have four cats -- afall huoe. aI reave conservative"4b .t
These klti re clean heal t looking little fellow, on.e gfr- "ou"sri t12 'wl d1"4o1Stra ma.y of

Won't sqfejody give a ho one or both of themq M. a. i, c
dwine -te, th other wAewitha gryilIo'.t. s 3
O.,Mur lteleb.tng teis na3-'.7. _c4y' 3 w anee Uons. ..a.
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hina, thu seatually pemOnittln Amerilal
of FCas Ftlic- nw.^ the BIoveeted Chinese to have and pas
of Casa Fastlich OW. their way lp that part of the the uig
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parking expenses. rientThere
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AVENUE, PANAM. som m dem a this to
cut feded eixpeditures, lower thoa a
taaea,1 raie Wg nd ease the evermish
national se .h B their own
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a followrag
of grpepota mighty fine
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U.Illder Jon Ddes 7, an Rp Notice of Shareholders Meeting,

iton. a si e n American Finance "Company hereby five notice
...W1N W :,-,, -2 (UP)... e. n. .Ball^ bo to Its shareholders that a Special Meeting of Share.
S" .. r we Into the oa. PanAmanano holders will be held at four o'clock on Monday, Jul
*' '' .' ~D .r" ." wake r ftU rdt ri Bcoe N Y,46, were fined 27, 1961, at the Salon Panaimericano of the Hotel e
Sl uI'cdh lb .d i$ eah wor reclesa drivn on Panama located at No. 11 Via.IspaAa, Panama CW
Suana dt naFn alum tJo rnek 37 and Repubfic of Panama. The object of the meeting isnt
S" .- an. Pana an Gerald A. Minott, onslr the Company's investment in Panama For
"DAn'iael 3.i, o rloD oni charges ol Prduc" Corporation and to decide amccordngy ain
i:..- .. ; ... ,99l drowned 16.of wattr fedi driving. order to protect their investments in the aforemention.

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"M 1r me-, AUP) -. ruary that %g. -bt legal % was dew emergency of traffic on T31 ntOer Hithway
t Orgw# o 0ew heir. agad extig 40 minutes without first satisfying himself
re an d h w000 him Uthe t thf at 5:10 a .It end-
T tr f d ilaches had was theat such a vemet could be

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P t oSa ne r y w4re d ah ercl u Of r
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Shipping & AirLine News
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F U.S. Petroleum Export compared to 3,286,000. tons
ie Caribbean area and the 1989. "
Bri sh Isles are the biggest The American flag fax
markets for Ameritan petroleum fleet; the largest acoording 1
exitr;s. it as announced by the semi-aniinal report of the tA
Natonal Federation of Ameri- er segment of the U.S. mbril
can Shipping. Subs rantilal ship- marine, numbered 445 vessel
meats. also go to South Ameri- 6,898.174 dwt as of July 1. eT
can. Northern Europe. Scandina- was an increase of 2 ships
via. In~tL and Japan. 124 174 dwt. since Janutar 1
Although the U.S. since World The most remarkable cha
War 11 has shifted from being a in American-flag tAnker e
rlet exporter to a nt Importer ployment Is in the 546,000 ton
of petroleum and its products, American shipping trading
the epWprt trade for the U S. teen foreign ports. There u
averages some 400 CO' tob 800.000 no ships of U S. registry haul
tons of oil and oil products oil .products between fore
monthly ports before the war.
Oil Imzports from the Carib- - -
bean reached a monthly average
of 3.322.500 tons n 1952 with therance To Inves
American-flag tanker fleet car-
rvyn~'about half of this cargo Premiers By S iple
Thev-rc led three-fourths of Pre ie11) J ll
Carib- oil imoorts In. 1949
Aocordlici to the Federation's A
reoortithe largest part of the Maj 1ly VVoe
oil falting fleet, onetaA s in
the c dstal and tntercoawtal, PARIS July 24 *UP'-Fr r
trade, was the case before the which has been plagued by
war. h part of the fleet has.upset of government after g
S--- ernment since the end of WC
War II. today made.It easier
Injured Dog Limps et a new one.
Way Into Animal The assembly approved a me
lure which will enable a new so
H ..io For Cue ernnment to be Invested by a si
Hospital For r Cure pie majority of deputies pres
Rather than the 314 vote absol
BIRtIINQHAM. Ala, July 24 majority. formerly required.
1UP) A big black dog limped Prance was without a govern
bv himself ntoan animal boas. .rent for almost six weeks b
ultal here. V .)anH An- atuse the assembly failed bv
drew J. Theapsoen wbe with single vote to invest new P
h the gk..l mler. Finallv, at the end of Jur
3e's, "hbed paw said: "anv the assembly ended the embi
e9h to .e, rasing record crisis by Inve
Ids kt wh r'he is Ing the preatnt Premier Jose.
is eltCled to care." Lanlel and later his Cabinet.


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SWILIA IjO', VaI, Jly Y There w difference of op-
24 (UP) -- '%orta to beat the Inlon as to t hw hot these!
b heat are as as American esly Ame 'IiaM'Iers were.
summertime, -1rdin _to ree- In 1705 tIe 1 l ,nia historian,
ords In -tbL.. _lal' WUins- Robert *,-. 4rrott that
burg resegete le. complaint* i lkt tke heat were
Br ~texro,'ar ere were- the unfair pl ralred by
/18t cmrolea of W ir merchants 6 wh
condi i u t aderAped 1 b gonsw tba ee in their
San ona ne t In thick Bk Summer.,
the Ji a Ga- St t iome plantation
sette. apa 4a"ved- owner confessed
bth I w-i.+ h n win- to an that. "we
dows, act re boxes en- have abq~ hqth tat
closing bello which drew air impatte ,p no warm."
in and blow Mtit agla. They He adde4, S ,,that his
provided a e. Male degree of lordship comfort e f, course, forlenough fpor ~ blankets!
the able-bm d needed to and .if b.Ortable:
push the ,". county= bargain.
Not ewery oApproved.ot et-
ting in the e breezes,' On t~be m, thereI
especlaQy at .nht Zn fhis Jour- was the igoeTeman who
nal, the 18tIM century tutor warned t -i ni-t-. colonies
Phillip VIchi V PlthO D said -he1 "the heat I s .Od- 7ur con-
kept hi isldow shut on sum- ception" '
mer'nights "O Iong as I can
breath w ith 2,antfng' to Colonial m Ae ,veer got
ke ol $leirs.* hot enough. to b-.a, eggM on
T *-;1 40e I8ty. of de-i the saidewall--M because,
to ~tm .;. tof there weme. eno ide-
fo r clothing poul t for walks. Thet ,e re-

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braced by his mother, Helen, in their Chicago, Ill., home. CpL Novak returned after 18 tat I ll..
Korea to find the family Cbristmia tree still standing. His mother vowed he *eidd '.aii 'w
Christmas whenever he Mturned home. .,
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relation problems.

You'll see him as the ulln hotel-greeter at official and private u .
welcoming the guests and kipl.t. an observant eye on everything, .
S, es, you wiU see him o- his office sometimes too. Interviewing .
mployes, hearing complaints, or training new employes in hotel
general work attitudes peculiar to an hotel. .- '
This La Salle .and National Institute graduate has been with -a.-
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Sufferer from long of vigoUr, BWy-
emAness. weak body. Impure blood,
failing memory, a" who are old and
womn-out before ther time will be de-
UahME to learn t a new gland dil-
a by an Ameican Doctor.
Tbis new discovery makes It poe.
jbe to quickly a id easily rentorW
vigour to your gland. and body It
bid rich. pure bleo d, to et'ren4lthe
your mind and memory and fel like
new man. In fact.o this discover,
wbtich i a. bou Bmodiclnue In pleamat.
easy-to-lake tal.t teorm, does wa.w
with (lahd operation and quickly be-
l to build new vigour and energy,
it is aboalutes bar-mleas and natr
ral In action.
The success of this amazing dlsco,.
ery, called VI.Tabs,B ae been so great
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chemi"banhere. In other words. Via
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Leave )uur A il ,ilh one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Strut e-. Pmaini '
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6a

Lewis Service
No 4 TivuU Ave.-Phone 2-2291 and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Via Zspat No. 4 Pangm R. P.
(ell til eIbte UNg.)

Agecia Ilaternacioal de Publicaclom
No. Lottery Plaza Phone -3199

Carltoo tIg Ster
10.056 Meowd AV -Phfne Us CoMa

Propagada, 5. A.
"H" Street eaim otl.tato Lt.
Phones 3X-14 1-

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Household Automobiles I ye bes po*.w_ e. Gr
'4-' -uu<;i u Wore Alkahelim Aew ee an "go
,Ask About Our FOR SALE: Hillmon convertib e o20l AM.. C. 2.
"HRE STRIKES 1952. 4.000 miles, duty free while 5
CHRISTMAS CLUB wi tires. Leaving $1.350. Pon- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clink.
"Bazar Americanoa ama 3-1773. Office Balbc.a 1452. Central Avenue K2-379, StreetPanoma. Ster
Pcanam F I ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panrma. ,oinl
Ponma & Colon FOR SALE:-1940 Oldsmobile 6.' -' Ho_~-
I FOR SALE:-6 diningrcom chairs; 1 Sedan. Duty paid, $165.00. Tel. Ask About Our i I
floor lamp; 1 rug, 4 tires ord 2-3429.,Diaoblo Heights. THRE STRIKES fhl
.bibes, retreads, 7:60 x 15 4, SAE.. CHRISTMAS CLUB PhO
S ..lubes, retreads, 7:60 x 15 4 FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmcbile 6 "Bozor Americano" or
py; one HP, 25 cycle, electric Hydramaiic, radio custom, mode Panama & Colon WiHI.
aftor; one violin size. 1531-B seat covers, on excellent buy, $1.- --- 2
Colabosh St., Bolboo. Tel. 2-2466. 1 00~0. Call 2-3429 -5083-A. i' MIAMI & ?'EW YORK via AREA b
FOR SALE:--Orenta rugs. Cheese Diablo Hgts.. Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way _
FOR SALE:-Oriental rugs. Chonese Dioblo Hgts. I to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip
'" 'Tables, other household items. FOR SALE:--951 Ford Victoria with $126.00 One-way to New York: MRt
5 in Isthmus. Apex and Ben- radio and WSW, color howthorne 21400
d gash"r. cheap 957.A Fort aon ,i $114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
S dbx a 'esers cheap 9 .A Ft green. beautiful cond.t.cn. Phone PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE i n e
m Kobbe B.g "'ee Aaeo Aler I p. days 83-6103. evenings 83-3288 telephone 2.1655.
m cr Sodc, ail dah FOR SALE -1950 Studebaker e- ROYAL ENFIELD
FOR SALE --.,odern ho. Ch..:.'1 tur- celent condition. 16.C00 miles The champion of Motorcycles. 150 1
n pture Ame,.can tami;y le.orA Iir-, iow dorn payment. Liberal Ensign. Model 1953. A marvel in
Panama. lnqucre at No 46. 5I SI : g r,'n law d95n Ae i
Ponom. .e No 46 545 Curundu qualityv and beautiful presentation.
S ello V..a FOR SALE 1948 Studebaker. 4; appropriate for stores too. See it on
FOR SALE -Real Borgoans In Used Door Sedan. $475 CO. Phone 83- exhibition in our sales room. Gas
r Ch no Closers from $35 00. Oer- 3122 after 4-30 p. m. 572-D S:crticn 'I Longrejo After the
stocked on Wardrobes and Saocr.tfc- Cuiundu HgQ "" Notional Uniersity. Tronsisthmiori
S rng from $.lb 00. Chaors from i2 . --- ----- Hghway. Something sernationol in
00. Kitchen tables from $12 O0 FOR SALE -1950 Chesiolet Sedan moltocycl _
J Excellent Selection of Wicker from De',very Truck. Call Colon 1462. -- -
$5.00. Six rOi Piece L.ivrg oom FOR SALE. -Chevrolet 2 ton Sicke F R JALE
S} St ONLY $78.00. Metal D..k' Body Truck. Inqu, e at No. 21
7.50. Gas Stoves iGuarontreedl Juan B Saw Street N 21l l $R O
5900 and $69.00. E lectric Si moves Ja B_ Soso-------- Stet-fcaees$_
IGuaranteedi $25 00 and $35 FOR SALE -1951 Renault 4 doea Ask About Our
00 and $35 00. Mirrors $3.00 sedan clean, very gocd shape THREE STRIKES
; idge Tables $3 00. Garden Rcke $500 00. Call Navy Pacific 2474 CHRISTMAS CLUB
i Brand New i $2.00. Folding Beds or 31 I24 "Bazar Arrericerto"
complete, $39.50 Coil Spr ngs. FOR SALE OR TRADE--1949 Lin- Panama & Colon
$25 00 cra $29 00. Din.ng Se.. coin Convertible A-) shape, duty FOR SALE: Beautyrest mattress
S fror-, $2800 Buffets $18.00 paid Tel. Fort Kobbe 4115. brand new. double amze, $80.00
Leather Covered Bar ,69 00 3-1086
Double Beds from $45 00. Single FOR SALE--1951 Chevroet Belair ..Tel. 3-1086FO
$30.00. Outitanding Buy Perfectly clean FOR SALE:-Ercoupe, mrplaine, per-
CASH OR CREDIT Low mileage Call Navy 3764. fect condition. just re-licensed. 1
We Deliver LEAVING. mu-.t ell 1950 Super,, pointed, for quick sale. S850.00. 7%-
We alio Re-Uohoister and make Sip Dynoflow. Buick with radio. 10.-1 Terms to responsible party. 86. J-
Cover I CCO mles. 2-6362 1 6148 days. 83-7235 nights. iST
Household Exchange ,H' ....... ... OR Hji
41 Automobile Row Tel 3-4911 FOR SALE -Leaving Isthmus Must 'R SALE: Hallicrafter Radio X i
-I . .... sell '49 Ford converhble Duty 25. 4 Screens. 8 ft. I Screen 6 ft.
ll,, 9 r d --on ... D,..- t Generoal Electric washng mochin. -.
FOR SALE-Cha.rs straight back and pad Ecele mecha H e No 0788-D. Aeher 6 o.-
racr _g bd pr o New tires and battery. To Hause No. 0788-D. After 6 o'-
rocker mahogaon, be pr.ng and upholstery. one year a'd. Call lck._
S t ne sztond 229-C tabl Curundu t Tel 3-1445. days 3-3168, nights FOR SALE:--Crnr 7-8 HP used air
.1 and weekends. condit-oning cabinet un.t, in
Condton. Inquire o No. 21 Juan
FOR SALE --ice Box 10. Ni Must 'ell immediately 46 Chevrolet i re at No. 21
SFOR SE e x 0 ew gcd tire, excellent condition B osa Street.
nted. Tel. 3-201.Panama Nash, good tires, ood transporta- FOR SALE.-Signal Generator. OQscul
_L..J.gSALE.-Al porcelain reinger- Lion. Phone 3-259L. House 44 loscope, Motors: 60 cycle. I-.
ator. $85 00. excellent condition. New Cristobal. HP; 25 cycle. 1.5 HP. 3 Ph; 6-
O'i s tchen table. and stools 61040 FOr SALE-Ford 1948 [u 1 Q .4-v'ito per supply: oru
stuffed sofa and chair $2000 fluor la ; pm boll n~chine; He#.
460uffed Blv ad 2-636 2 0 door Sedan. 8-cvlinder with h.gh c n la pin ball cn;
460 Anccn Blvd 2-362 comprsscr heads new tires many crafter S-20R. 83-6265.
S FOB1 SALE -Mahogany double bed accessories $675 00. Coco Solito FOR SALE --Eight used fluorescent
S.h 2 mattreses in gpod con- 82-6 phone 8579 Navy, pnyirie 4-tAbe industrial lamps. Inquire
n. No. 99. Justo emena. -No. 21. Juan B. Soso Street.
lehon 3-4019 FOR SALE.-$1,250.00 191 Kaiser 2 J .oso reet.
teehone u xt Special, Hydromotic. radio. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY Jud
F A i b ma t mechanical c.ondition. Perfect, give OFF VAMOUS ITEMS FOR SALI1 )oU
FOR SALE -lTwin bed moattre, to address or phone to K. E., B o Sealed bid, for opening in public,
wire !s, glassware, p.clures, m.r- No. 134, Pa-.ama wU be received until 1,030 A. M., FOR I
ioFr0 a FOR SALE:- '48" Buck Converible uly 27. 1953. in the office of Su- ,
POR SkLE -- cu. ft Frglider $35. Dyncilow. Excellent condition. ne- perwntendent of Storehouses. Blboa.
00 2 .chen ch 0.75 18 Pnm 3-0427 l Sonda Drll Pres nd Sawng FOR
48 wall table 98.00; 3 panel -. Machines; Miler Bones. Anv,ls; Rod ent
screen. $2.00; steamer trunk $3.- FOR SALE Excellent 51 Ford 4 Cutters and Woodworkers' Clemps I reW
00; mirror 20 x 24, $1 50, dutch Dr. Custom 11,000 mile. radio Iocolea in the "300" Area, Balboo. Pre
oven $2.00; odds and ends of $1.450 will finance. 83-6230. Invtaii.on No. 44 may be obtained 321
dishes,; ironing board $1.50- Must evenings. 'irom the above source. or from of-
sell by Sclurday House 2836-D. - 1--- If ice of Superintendeni of Storehouses. "
Coco4. Tel. 2-1681. LOST & FOUND telephone 2-1815n s bo
-._'a watch morbir -- 'dFOR SALE>-Small Wurlitzer piano dia
FOR SALE LOST.-Gala wln ch marIng nsid and bench. $125 Phone 2-2768.
K- ruK V ALr. I of back Ferguson Cullen, co.'c' ----- *--........------.
reword. 7041. 7th. St Colon .FOR SALE:-Trimble tnmufold, baby
I A Motor ... -- -- crib, practically new. Used piano.
|W~. W ANTED tuned. Call Bolboa 3418. Between
FOR SALE.-22 foot fishing cruiser. W T I d 5 and 7.
165 H. P. Willys sea leep motor. I
Perfect co ndition. leeps two. Cll Miscellaneous FOR SALE.-Mohogny benches lr FOR
SStnlev. Balboa Yacht Club, 2693 Ask About Our school $300, No. 2"8, Central No
or Panama 2-2341. THREE STRIKES Avenue. Tel. 3-1524. up
h American couple would like CHRISTMAS CLUB FOR SALE -- Piano Upright Grand.
am rtner to shore pleasures o n d Bczar / mericano refrigerator Coldspot 60 cycles. in- t
lems of recently rebuilt and Panama & Colon valid wheel chair. baby crib strol-
S rSSo 14 font ru a,.... a. 10 ....... ...... .- ler Phone 916. Colon. abl

rKr. 10-nonea 5-1 TOOT cruis wer. '
H. P. Continentoal marine gas en-
gine, battery charger, heed. gallit
ice box, dingy. fishing chair, out-
S rrigers etc. sleeps four. Panama 3-
&. ^- Q062.
5I SALE.-Wisconsin 4 cyl. gas-
a line engine with governor, just
overhauled, $80 00 The Texas Co.
.' IPnorma Inc Tel. Panama 2-1

Real Estate
SAPRTMENTS near beach at Sea-
cliff Acres, ith waler and elect
'S9itey. Property managed. this pro-
S ty w ll DaY Iself within 4 years
PTO SELL at S5.000.00 emlk
-or $6.000 OC mn temh.
Carl Posey, phone Balboa 2756.
JftR SALE -Af SO 75 o meter in
*.^ Abajo, small down poynmarW
Eiloance in four years. Pleae don't
as Peal Estate Agencies
Central Avenue No 259
Phone 3-1069
VOR SALE: House in Rio Abojo,
SJ000 meters, nice location. cool,
propiate for retired Canal Zone
rromas Real Estate Agencies
Wone 3-1069, Central Ave. No. 2594

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. Electric icebaxes, I .
Wer rates. Tuef0m m 1441
mee, 4.567. Pedro MY,
's Cottages. One mile t
ta Clara. Phone Balboa 2-1.
i on beach. Sante Caimi. Alw
COOL Campona mual .
ne SHRAPNEL Balbeoa
Ie caretaker there
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WAN EDu -vocation quoeisSep- --- "__ a -- j
member thru November Ca,, Ai-l w
brook 6285. 'Whl i__ Il
A chonqe to earn c-rre Cena.ng Iwo" at i s
money A group of American teen-:.. nl Au w *h *' 10 wll _
ageri in Balbo0 ore wdling to do nlf OR lA M froi
your odd jobs for you at rea.cnable ONII To Re I W R S
rotes. Foi further .nlormai,-'n call 1W Ilfli W
2-3i4'. flitted
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WANTED. Pjppy pDleiE Coli.e
Golden Retriever, or Boxer Call W TERHAM, England. July 24 1
Ft. Kobbe 5245. ___ UP) Prime Minister Winston -O-ftW
PRESSER WANTED Io." hotel dry. Churchill mlling broadly and chu sARA
cleaning department ec r'. Ben. wayLB hnm1 OU Victory sgam Intsen a r
net,. Service Entrance H-ei l "El walked fromi hk country h formtel, L
Panama In ent today to a Waiting car
WIAT----E:----Tbu----- which drove him to Chequers. _,__i ,
WANTED:. Tc bu, ;howcase 'oriti official count y residence of -
store Not less th-en 6 ft long .Br-ithll rime il lstir d, a"
Coall 3-2169 I The=n i loter walked ,
unaided to bW waiting car.
| HeI wi eontl b ho isre1crib- us 1Sr,
ISpecial Meeting ed rat atCheqer. Doctors had I eg
r A n Iordered him to take a vacation .
rFor Army, Navy from the aroduo duu o tate. _
= -- ,- . -- I S ever ~ y p o l i e e m e n "1 r m a" -" ,
Employes Tonight were in t ar and opened
/ Ivcthe gate for Cuorhcbl when he ,i JM
A special meeting for non- came out. On toot th ear and l __
U.S. citizen employes of the Ar- th house flutter gay flag
my and Navy on the Atlantic lofi the Lor Warde.n of the
Side will be held at the Clubm1,yUe ortIL on Tof Churchilli T a
Tropical tonight 7:30. many ttl i
Inlon officials and organizers L ~. Churchill did not l vea
of isal O00. OCEOCOC will be th ,m, and wa not seen b i .
prm.et to report on 'matter of observers. -
vita importance" f ect F n ? e i ." n" = ..".,Anthm i
wsring conditions of Army and aiS wig a gls
dply de opelram lrspotion.l s asoez-
'1e m-in will precede two Pected to Join ChpelNU i at Cs a Be
...i ferences with the i USA rst meetingIn ae ta
9 a111 .. ..general.USAR- month.
sod a.ommnandant, Ed
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Bnin-t t VtFirst Lady WASHINGeTOl Jut$1 (1U4 Pi department. the the is
l e '.(' .. .....s u. w gth great The admit 'Ul today wea;Gnj program of the bureau .
a Inward er telsstripped the e Pas becoe so large and Tropical Electr

"for _, "* ---.,l .wi---' m!wll be announced soon. eanlag the bureau's basdie pro-
_,iv-- their l l ate theyy mmerce Secretary Binclair1 en" resroli "would itnerfere"
Sby .. .- et the ,or ba W k for turning down a oem- with the hereau'ns "be t iune-
^ l BT Ml' atoa i ftmn have morcial battery additive, was ton."7
i -you hmt, i *S e say about' left only .. "basic functions" of wh ..ilsao- did not enge -
L2B a mat, wr go likable and muaint iei mng standards of an the Weeks-cha at tef e
1P-, % a hbt-erh rv.I .t. smeft shouddoe the thn e rb-
harvles 3 raDearen Dr s weapon th tt. He
for i The o'Datacused ay n o the a utuer. ans f that inthe l ong ruMi

willbanot ben ncdso o t a ba s Lawrence Oth on n the back
m e'" 'n o thel' to The a n c y, lng u nd er reo at' meetH7 teesidcl ", L l 0; a nd. e

D42tpa their 14p hAMs usband Koll mSr of iv Sfreth e Na ion = .cP1 i, = e
getee be- -uIrb -is t he e f wfm th r taf inl I clit es. Wps= C S A S a
f .,tofs4 bere, av est.ma. tedThey 1,t0 ie know wl taxsi cab srvo -
a40 YOUhiwe-sstha keepsiote m n volWd. hemarriae of iiactonsHI
ofIt ,- Weeaa'- hN r so lk e a andV etr a a the erm on
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W) er 100,000 People Meet HOLLYWOOD iNEA)-Bounc-. proving that Hollywood can be'
F ,. I' ing Betty Hutton, who has wrong
lay, Friday, July 24 bounced back into the spotlight Red Skelton. at the Sahara,
da Frida Jul Doing What I Was Born to Do" ,doesn't have a night elub act.
SP.M.h with the greatest one-woman act He's just Red-falling down,,
-.M h !ever seen in show business. making faces, laughing at'
:30-Musie for Friday blamed Hollywood today for himself and throwing off quis.'
uic Without Words keein her "Out o touch with But that's enough for the

1 6:00*-GSA MELODY FLIGHT 'in a nightclub. Betty grabbed a -"I'm just not a salon come-
: EVIEW terry cloth robe and said: Then Las Vegas phoned and-
6:30-The Record Shop "After 12 years in front of "At what they're paying 5e I'd
:00--Lowell Thomas Hollywood's cameras I was out play a Chic Sale," he grinned.
7:15-Radio Varieties. U.S A. of touch with the people. You With SRO signs for the regu-
J 30-Report from the United lose greatness on the screen by lar Sahara shows. Red sees to It
States I VOA> notoappearing before live au-,that all the customers are hap-
S:00-Request Salon diences. 'py by howling it up around the
6S-Comimentary on World "j- lost everything, while I was gaming tables in the casino,
News at Paramount. I didn't know it To a tourist:
S 00-tory. U.SA. hVOA) was happening bus I'll never let "If you were. a. little paler,
0-London Studio Concerts it happen again." you'd look like one of the owa-
(BBC) The way Betty jams every ers."
1 00- Time for Music (BBC) ounce of her energy into her!
lqO30-A d v en tures of P. 0. 49 performance, it's no wonder she To an aged couple:
S I BCI collapsed from a combination of "I bet you're celebrating -your;
11t010-The Owl's Nest the heat and physical exhpiistion Golden Divorce To a group,
00 a .-Sign Off and is In the mediro's hands She counting their money: "Youi
.- really "gives her pll" shouldn't have brought It with
Tromiirow, Saturday, July 25 Warming up for a Sophie you because you're. not taking it
A.M. Tucker fllmbiogra'by ince leav- home."
qOO-in On The Alarm Ing Parmount a year and a half,
Clock Club ago. Betty has been an "In Per- POWER OF TV
7_00-Nevs Eon" star at theaters in Pan
't05-The Alarm Clock Club rancsco. Portland Seattle. New The power of TV has brought
i contd.,' York. London and the GI's- In Milton Berle. Gale Storm. Herb'
T30-Jazz Salon Korea .;Shriner and. next mon$h. Red
lS-Jltrlctly Instrumental But it wasn't until Petty Buttons to the plush Lab -Vegas
S30-ife in the Middle Ages onenel.ept the Desert, Inn .ire hotels. But it wasn't In the role.
S IBBC) that she' joined The Teuker'. the of Little" Margie that Gale
ews Jolsons and the Cantrgt with an launched a storm of ause for
a n's Worlit (VOA) act to remember in the, show i tables at the Thunderbird, after
3 ISeeIt world's hall ot. fame. 'the' word got around.
21 W f"tI needed tIble.ehow 1in Ptrisoo She steps right out of-ehar-
St Reord ad tot 'nand geat7le, Betty acter and into a sparkliftg spe-
1 0 the Record contd.) told rpe. "I was rusty, -dut of clal material singing iptline.
S f the Record (contd touch. : I "I'm an Old-Fashioned Girl"
3- et the Band No-, I know why my first. hoss, tells of her career in the movies.
00-News in Hollvwood. Pudd" DeSylva. of operas to westerns, and then
.05-New Tune Time made me break in all my snngs it'
S:30-Populs Music at the Hollywood Canteen. Thev "They can have their Cine-
3:30-Popular Muswere Preat and I was ereat be- rama,
1500--ThNews nailt Parade cause they were Pudience-teA.sd And ignore this third dime.-
S T4d5-The David Rose Show 'It's something Hollywood has sion,
00-Through the Sport.s lass forgotten. ; Television is here to stay."
:15-A Date for Dancing The Huttnn-tot screaming out I
.30--Afternoon Melodies Murder He S9v'" and "You' A delightful surprise on the:
45-Battle of the Bands Can't Gt a Man With a Gun" is srme show with Skelton t1 16-1
00-American Band Concert' xnec'ed Pitt w"'on she 'inas n 'ar-old Anna Maria Alberghet-j
-15-The Little Show love sn lkep *Thv .cov" nrid tl. who leaps from grand opera
30--A Meeting ofr the Minds rloe., with ateor-'iln'ing "I Be- to an oomphy "Your Cheatin'!
45--Musical interlt de lieve," the roof collapses Heart." Anna Maria's option at'
00' Muslc for saturday ,Paramount bounced when the.
3i-- at's Your Favorite OTHERS BURNED studio switched affections to'
SIews Rosemary Clooney as ita star -
865--What's Your F a v o r ite' Along with Bettv. other movie [but there's still stardust and
I contd.) stars whose talents reportedly plenty of It- in Anna Maria's
00-American Vie w p o I nt 'were burned out in celluloid are hair.
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Star Time CRDP) ,,_
from the United
Se(VOAi, t anIama tl l0t' --
orl from) 1 8I: Al .I YVo"n* dU CARLO .Jo IAND
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; o aentary on World 4:-30. .:- s.ti sa.,rday "'roUNG was

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30-The Cavalcade of Ameri-
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:00oThe Owl's Nest
:00 .An.--aign Off
KxplanatUons of Svmbels
BBC-British B r o a d c casting
F-Radiodffuso rneaclse
OA-Voice of America

nto Cruz Story
ur To Feature
o Movie Films
story hour at the Santa)
library on Saturday morn-
will feature this week two
vie films provided by the
I aed States Inlomatlon'
The movies, vhich will be
Wn at the regular story hour
from 11 o'clock to noon,
V, be the "Picturesque Maxs-
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me Walker, and
y Joseph.

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- 6tch, Chum, Sir Boss

,4 anama National Assembly Deputy Heraclio
's expensive recent importation, the Chilean-
five-year-old chesnut horse Kiosco, has been
:e htded from the betting in tomorrow's featured
$6O Class "C" one mile race.
undersized but classy Kiosco. This race will be an-
Mfl-mer caused the "experts" other tuneup for Kiosco which
of Vp and take notice in his is entered in the $5,000 added
phal debut last Sunday. one-m 1 1I e-and-five-sixteenths
of Oregano-Kisca gal- "Junta de Control de Juegos
loi to an easy post-to-post Classic" which is scheduled for
r the track's Class "D" Sunday. August 2.
d the manner in which The secondary attraction, a
it impressed the local seven furlong gallop for Class
handicapper to such "D" imports, shapes up as a
St that Kiosco will race much more Interesting contest.
i t-othe betting tomorrow. Five of seven scheduled starters
,r horses will oppose the rate a good chance of winning
le fireball. Viajero. Sir Boss this $600 event.
tiM lJotch Chum seem evenly
d but the fourth starter, Valley River (Aguirrel, C'oq
y erly to be rated a dan- (Alfredo Vasquez), Newminster
A oucontender. (Mazuera) and Nobbscrook (Ro-
dolfo Ycaza) are the animals
Vicente Ortega will ride Via- that should make this race a
er, Ricaurte Guerra will guide real thriller all the way.
ioss. Rolando Lopez Oil has
he leg up on Scotch Chum and A "debutante" Jubilee Lady
&t arrival Colombian jockey and the veteran Beduino
Vcar Mazuera will pilot Rath- round out the seven-horse field.
; i Light Nine other interesting races are
l "Panama's best native jockey. Included on a program that has
S as Agulrre, will be aboard possibilities.

Tomorrow's Program

MiJce "G" Native 64 Fgs. 7th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.
l : .$275.00 Pool closes: 12:45 Purse: $450.00 Pool closes: 4:05
First Race of the Double Second Race of the Double
ul-Bijagual J. Bravo 115 1-Toletazo J. Reyes 118
qW-Mufleco C. Ruiz 120 2-Vamplresa J. Jim6. 115x
,,-tVolador R. Vas. 118 3-Luloso 0. Mazuera 108
1--(Duque F. Rose 115 4-Clpayo A. Phil. 115
iRea R. L. Oil 110 5-Corltta V. Castle. 120
.9-J..Huincho A. Vas. 118 6-Miss Fairfax B. Agui. 110
-Villarreal B. Agul. 110 7-Mon Etoile F. Hidal. 97x

e"I" Imported 7 Fgs. 8th Race "E" Imported 1 Mile
'Second Race of the Double QUINIELA
-Bracmour E. Silve. 120 1-Numbers R. Vas. 114
Sdle Song F. Rose 105 2-(Porter's S. V. Cas. 118
artano F. Hidal. 97x 3-(Portobelo H. Rulz 107x
ch Sun R. L. Oil 105 4-Hurlecano R. Gomez 108
Collins B. AwuL 120 5--Agate R. L. OUG 106
Agua de Oro A. Phil. 122 6-Bolo Joan E. Dario 100
7-Invernal C. Lino 118
| M ace "H" Native 4 Fg.
r ree: $275.40 Pool closes: 1:45 9f Race. 'T' Imported 7 T r.
SON"E TWO e: $37500 Pool close; MllS
fu B. Arul. 115 ONE TWO A
jodo Jose Rodrl. 108 1-Black Bul J. J ravo 118
iaveral R. L. Gil 115 2-Siano J. Reyes 118
13 Molly H. Rul 96X 3---Bartolo E, Alfaro 112x
I aR. Vab. 110 4-Delhia R. Que. 107l(

b Race "I" Imported 7 Fru.
ir: $375.M Pool closes: 2:20
--Florera H. Rul' 115x
-.Tepperln F. HidaL ~9Wlx
-Veranda R L. Gil 105
-Novelera F. Rose 106
i-Pqolco J Bravo 114
I-Sun Cheer J. Gon. 96x
h Race "B" Native g14 Fr*.
rn.: S250.0 Pool rclaes: 2:55
-PaPchlta A. Yer9 10.x
l-RIaola 0 CasHt. 191
Jaime J. Gon. Ifix
I-Amazona F. Hidal. If0x
hdmazona F. Hidalgo 109x
bh ace "W" Imnorted 7 Fr.
pMM M.0 Pool eloses: 3:15
Flstt Race of the Double
R. GOmezs 11
--The Dauber V. Ort 115S
M rtrican M. A. lill. i11
Plp t T, Rllve ift
T Time .T. Pravn 11in
no adal. 116f
' den T. F. Hldal. 105x

5-Wild Wire F. Hidal. 10k9
6--Goyito 0. Graell 115.

10th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: 5600.00 Pool closes: 5:40
1-C'oa Au Vin J. Brave 116
2-Jubille L V. Rodri. 109x
3-Beduino R. Gue. 103x
4-New'ster 0. Mazuera 108
5-Nobbscrook R. Ycaza 107x
6--Welsh Fox A. Vas. 118
7-Valley River B. Agul. 115
11th Race "C" Imported 1 'Mile
Purse: S650.00 Pool closes: xxxr
1-VlaJero V. Ortega 115
2-Rathlin L. 0. Mazuera 103
3-Kiosco B. Aguirre 11S
4--8ir Boss R. Gue. 107x
5-Scotch Chum R. L. Oil 106
Note: lioseo ran out of betting.

Philadelnhla-fNEAl- troldle
Raun captained the Phillie- in
1922. wa farmed out to Wil-
Immsnort of th. Eastern League
the next season.

Williams May

Be Back With

Sox By Sept.

(UP) Marine Capt. Ted
Williams will be released from
active duty, Aug. 1, the Ma-
rine Corps announced todiy,
and there were growing Indi-
cations that he will be beck
in his old Boston Red Sot
uniform before September.
Although the 34-year-old
slugger publicly wondered
"whether the Red Sox want
an old man like me back a-
galn," he confided to friends
that he was anxious "to suit
up again" as soon as possible.
Williams, lust back .from
Korea where he was a Jet pi-
lot, will continue undergoing
treatment at the Naval Med-
ical Center in Bethesda, Md..
for another week. He then will
be released under a rerula-
tion permitting the Teturn to
civilian life of reserve offleers
who came home with less
than three months left of
their tour of duty.
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24 Years in National Learue
Written for N]A Service
Question: The pitcher, exe-
cuting a change-up, lobs the
ball close to the batter. "The
batter, seeing that it won't
hurt him, stands still and lets
the ball hit him, though he
could have easily gotten out
of the way. Should he be a-
warded first base? -Mike Ter-

Answer: The batter -merely Is
credited with a ball. if .he
plainly makes no effort It get
out of the way of a ytteh.
Q. What big league manag-
er produced more pennant
winners thal any p2er in
history? -Lafty Wadj*
A. John J. MeGraw, 10.
Q. Ted Williams had two' of
his best seasons in 1948 and
'477 Do you recall how many
bases he stole those years? -
Frank Chandler.
A. Nvte.
Q. Wao wos the last player
to make unassisted triple
play in t l major league? -
Roy BonmmaT.
A. Johnny Neun. Detroit
first baseman, May 31, 1927, a-
gainat Cleveland.

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German Commu Cops Fail Aain

In Effort To Kid p West Berliners
BERLIN, July 44 (UP) Xarly today eleven minl Communlata retreated across the that Dulles received m"se a let-
Scommunist police were frighten the Communist police border. wsand did hot circulate It
ed off today in a secaod armed companled by a police Meanwhile U.s. authorltie. re- MO his t lna m. 0.-
attempt to kidnap tir West- ed Into the British aect ejected today -s without bl" olcN I
Sem colleagues, and elals be- liffom the Soviet sons a Soviet protest alleging that &`t b notvety iuly,"
leved they have laufi ed a de- many and surrounded t Amerlc planes haid made *l 0- ,o .
liberate campaign to Intimidate erA oe on border legal leaflet dropping flights .Other Almeican -eug SM
Western border pole. ,W M Berlin police hea over East Germany. t* the idea attriMited to
It was the meeoni Cdmmu- i The U. r from Br Gen. MAblnauer it "'baelt lnew" to
nist border kidnapping at-., i Communists, ar t ad Robert 0. l deputy cef of They a ey th oft O on-. *
tempt in two days. wik. pbmaeblnegua, f s f for operations to Ma GO. working level In. the
Sthd dstern police ve'm N. M. Truiaov deputy c2Ie8 1of i M f l s samnig .t fe
be' er into the Soviet staff for Soyfet occupation fp option.
WBINCESS MARGARET (left) meets with dignitaries in South- er phee a-f e t Germ y. also rejeetid
.amdton, England. The British government has announced it ar il nree of the Co flatly four oral Soviet prfte Luoh a study I -
will amend the Regency Act to make the Duke of Edinburgh, in- grabbed one of the that U.S. planes had fla to when the
stead of Margaret, Regent should Queen Elizabeth II for any Dlu stand attempted I- S tM ow in the ar corridor to B g t Z
"fteun be unable to carry out her duties before Prince Charles, .Elcro the bo*der. ., d,- 1 t,
heir to the throne, turns 18. This change could possibly expedite The second Wtern
bT marriage of the 22-year-old princess to divorced Battle of manU fred warning shoE 6tonsay a Xfl e. stateD DeC 0" to
Britain pilot, Group Captain Peter Townsend, 38. U the air with his carbine as bfe lS'^ t a l m u _s
S & six Panamanian have been le ntt esrAs b e
awarded training grants by the Cnc $ to e f Jtad iaw a
Institute of Inter-Americaa Ar- to Bee
A dlai, In Rented Raim ent, fairs for specialized st ies in Paal i-
th .S;, n npulenreo am eni, c. ,. ,,,.W.9 K.t-..-oap ublcn.r
tioias part of the Point Four IIImove
Meets Margaret, Elizabeth tublich Admitraon f r ,or__.aa
The six Panamanians are Da- my tr r a l
vid E. Amado, Jos6 M. Abello, most rq"en
LONDON. July 24 IUP) Ad- pinion In Britain editorially Elias Mor6n A.. Juan M. Rul, Vacancy Bulletin irom thl S l l.I
lal 8tvenson, wearing a scuffed commented at some length on Didimo Grimaldo and uls A soVnl Bureau.
black stovep' e hat and rented the r u morse emphasized ho aw Ellis, all of them empldyes of There are u vacmat uaeal d ,w in a sufd ":eatsoeln---. .'".. I. .^H
striped trout .rs, chatted with much at a political, as well as different dependencies of- the and related poatlowM and Me W.ed n Ra Q S
Queli Elizabeth yesterday and public, issue the reports have be- National Government and who In the craft
eke6 with the Duke of Edin- come. have shown leadership and out-, .T =... eT
burn, about the comparative The newspaper said that gos- standing work In their adztlnis- lated positions are:
ha hps of politicians and sip concerning the Princess and tratlve activities. Four of thet Account; Clerical asset I
rohe divorced commoner has gone are employes of the Comptroller's the P Customns and
Th occasionwas a garden beyond "the universal affection- Office, one is an employee of the mtt=a Division: two
prty on the lawn of Bucking- ate concern" felt for Margaret. Treasury Department and one ing- cerps; cash a .
am Palace." B a based upon the fltslest comes fr o m the Cooperative l r -, t cl%_ke
structure of supposition it (the Health Service, .SCI8P., paltmfe clerk; two
Press Margaret was there, gossip) has been given, unfor- Amado. administrative officer te; two time,
Ca ttn with a privileged few givably, the shape of scandal., Amado.f SCISP wi receative social and l ; te s t
S ere presented to her. She the newspaper said. "Not only ig in the Admeie ration t r
was m~ngly oblivious to the princesses are the Scandalmong- IrinegfntheAinstrtionter. u nari
rs in the crowd about her ers' quarry these days but when office of the institute of t nterr
,rumd h romance with Royal princess is the victim ndigna- AmBureau n Affairs and the.C., ui d ealn l gt st.; tx-e.
Air torce Group Capt. Peter ion must be and Is greater. Bureau In Washinton. D.C.it a tid eng VatWt; iitwoe -
Tewued. "Only public opinion can im- also iialized academic train- itsda al o ut ;t govern;
Stevenson was one of about pose a check upon the cruel busal- In in a University of that city. accouir l; two uamrds; 4o 3j
1S0 4mericans present. The ness of prying into private lives." ed practical tr airing in the Con- nurse t o ter store-keepen: t
others kept rushing up to shake The Times appealed to the pub- ...ractical training In the Con-va.ntop iunter torem-kee
the band of the 1952 Democratic Ilc to respect the privacy of the tion a thMaritime m on h isant eraf pnm
presidential candidate. Royal family. .ion w. at the Maritime Commission The amat dcra ftL OR posti _________P_
"The personal affairs of the in Washington. D.C. besides re- are:
Between 8.000 and 9,000 per- Royal family are private no less ceiving academic training in a Senior plant ecitkian; two
ons thronged over the lawns than others: the matters which university or il enter theta h Caivil gZaent e rat e
bak trongedove the lately have been canvassed so Mr.(a eer (Twillgn. "
baek bf the palace. 'd-bn"s; Service Commission In the city saltant, eer (
Stevenson said he had a "de- loudly are matters for them to oe WvieC o.msson in thecity assita e'laermnaa: .
it ll conversation" with Mar- decide," It said, of W hinrton to receive sue- track w f4Ms;rumeOtlon 1 -^ ",
leg who oerThe Times expressed approval cialized studies in this field. be- r: two 2i,: loconza
t who spoke for a few mo- qfthpeselides receiving academic train- milaChIlI4 J A at master; .*Att ...a
with each person present- of the government's intention to n on personnel administration, mate (; ix lock opa-
o..her onthe lawn and laterng Princess Margaret probably Ruiz witl enter the Budget Bu- tont s(; pipeline at-
it the royal pavilion at tea. by Queen Elizabeth's husband reau n Wd the General Account- .onp tas p operatbr;W.
Sthe Duke of Edinburgh.Inoffice in Washingon to re- trador. t0%.4
TgIng at the creeping gray eIt would be uro" i reive specialized training in this Idoswer o; plumber.
at of his rented morning dinary family to have an aunt orfield.sl~ ; Ellis. who have toolmaker;
9 Stevenson said he was taken infant nephew oatnof t Grimaldo and Ellis. who ave d al .
I st wed by the Queen's pole. m charge of his father. thenews ai reLadv left for the United '- -
lee, and interest in Po paper said in commenting on the 8tates..will receive practical in-by
S events. government's action. stru1tlon in various aspects ofr!"':,
'"There is no reason' to doubt public administration in differ- s
"IZ didn't think she'd even Princess Margaret feels likewise," ent government departments in Fi
koww'ho I was," he said. "But The Times said. Washington,. D.C.
rat thing e asked wa Under the president Regency All the trainees will remain In
Ihastd left on my round- Act. Margaret would act In place the United States for approxi-
be-world trip. She likes to t of the Queen in the event of her mately one year.
was nooki o rd tPbaence. serious ille or death '"e "Walter.
Royal tour next wti- until Princess Charles reaches Funeza1 Waleer
OWage eof 18" .Mrs, a Van Vt,, died
Oaicd SeikesaTomorrow con
mee1edcothes and spotim before Parliament oervkesloogm. at.'3"w
a er oerto Queen Elizabeth' .e-her
ure on a tour of the Com. Memorial services for Mrs. will be BUT.
Mthe duke I symnpa tl nyee;lth in November, it is x Lambert W. Kat, who died of ice at t e
at him about the the Duke would be nam. cancer yesterday at Gorgas Hoa- Scottish
l .-of pblic life because. egnt. pital, will be held at 2 p.m. to- The s
something of public I e government announcement morrow at Redeemer Lutheran by Canal SjMe A. A
[jaet Ang so many ople d off onaderablepecula Church in Balboa.
r' e of Margaret and Town- to iyted to call at Gorgas Mor- no flower. be i
we don't have to r While the action would toary Chapel between 7 and 9 dontlons
office, Mr. Steve t, e of the major obstacles tonight.1tee r
,o' h a marriage. a strong re- The family has requested that Mr. V
gut that was p t nations be msade instead to the tlon, w.s -
told him it still must T h Church of England frowns cancer fund, been
nn him as it was on ,ll, marmlage to a divorced Mrs. Kat, who was 42 years May
to say also tk~ y. Slut a church spokesman old, was a native of Alameda, A uiUWt
M to worry .that while the church does Cafltornla, an4 had lived on the say, be
aits job" -So recognize divorce. special Isthmus for the past nine yeas. about
dispenastlons permitting dlvorc- She is survived by her hus- to t;
Times, today lad piasons to remarry may be! ban, a towboat master in the em
for an end to ted If extenuating circum- IMarine Bureau, two sons, Rodg- or
of prying into cesa are proved. er. 8, and Donald, of Pedro Mi
'ofet Matr gae Ti -- Townsend was the "Innocent" guel, her mother, Mrs. Hattie electrisa
datW .cushlo d cl- r a sister, Iel, all r
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