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PWW-i. bt announcM d shortly by G. Mn W.
Aled and Communist liaison offilm hew
sIp.un.-pecka d extroordinaty meetings in the omt
doauing finally at 6:30 p.m.
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no fbrhear meetings Sundoy, iAdkathing't tha
had ",e fiished and the important annou-W
whole wormN IW been waiting for more ihn thw,
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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THI I T'OUR ORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN
TE OR THE ,AOX
The Mail Lol amO a01pe. 6erum `1" rerdsfl mu T h lPanama AmoE-b
iken. Letters are received grmteiulvly nd -r handled r0e whl ii-
it yde cl mTntr. a l..., dn'. be impatient it it de' appear heI'
S eat day. Letters are published inthe onder ece'ved.
Plese try to keep the letters limited to ne *Pe kngt.
S Identity letter writers is held in strictest contildece.
" This newspaper essumeS mn responsibility yfore datemeak as opimes
eupreoed in letters frna reoesn1
THE MILITARY BITES BACK
By Victor Rieel"
GODESBERO AM RH N ,
Germany. History seemed to
telescope itself as some of us
newsmen sat and talked with
Walter Reuther In the big hall
of the old Hotel Dreesen here. It
had been Adolph Hitler's favorite
summer palace because it was
the only hostelry In all Germany
which had permitted him to
spend weekends in its rooms be-
fore he seized power.
As Reuther denounced the
barons whose castles stud the
mountainside across the Bhin*,
we could see high atop em'hil
the famed Petersburg Hotel, at
which a weary Neville Cham-
berlain once slept before he
came down to a little t ft
Pot shots at the Military have become so commonplace that which carried him across the
t has become a fad for every uninformed yokel who can write river to The Dreesen and ab
tas soewho cannot to blast at everything about the Army virtually launched the aond
that doe wnotconform to his own concept of what makes a good World War by paying .th". .
itary establishment. The esteemed Mr. Wade Jones has evi- for full surrender at -uieb.
tdl m oralng World War II Vets Much blood matda the
The "Business." as he calls it, of recalling World War II Vets Much blood teut 1 tha
to tight the Korean War puzzles Mr. Wade. "Why''," he asks! winningof that hologmw ,i t
Ti"e military would go a long way to attain Lbs goal they have iras fought with gun. Now
advocated for some time, that ofcalling up every able-bodiedv a new hered o t w W t
male for UMT and thereby relieving those "beat-up fai..ly men a new kindo ws ~, .,th
of the terrific burden of serving their country once again but Mr. new e .is. Ct I
Jones' relatives, plus the Browns and Smita have fIoughttn e enemy tetip s 'is to these
military tooth and nail on the issue and because our" mi s:tenes a torractics f reis t mo'4lW c
subordinate to the vote-getting whims of legislators, the Jones,., a tot West Oe WLUatl*4 A
Browns, and Smiths were appeased ergo, back came WW will crack i p b
Veterans. o simply bursting at tctI mu.
The 'plush" "cocktail" bar at Camp Campbell, Ky.. seems To date some I10at t. have
have captured Mr. Jones' attention. Albeit the subject is a bit To da into Weost Onmanv
*,L its flavor still seems to intrigue that worthy. Generally, what fros e d Unlte th- U. .
rW.Jones is saying is that the military are not entitled to their immediately realizes the danger
61*recreation areas, of their own choosing, that Is, and sponsor- here we will be sufriadeitt to
Their own funds -.- (none derived from Mr. Jones or his the enemy just s- Se as
=t !) Specifically, Mr. Jones objects to the tetm "Dubonnet Chamberlain did to lW with-'
desor." The description is probably too stilted to capture Mr. an these very walls.
,Jew' imagination greater pleasure would have been gleaned Reuther told us C t' would
=om the whole issue had that hapless major described the result support German iuAtigation
odks efforts as being a barracks room-bistro. The Jones hate to into the U. S. This M good.
0t1 of being excluded from anything as fancy as "dubonnet Much of American laet hasI
-, : been traditamnally oppui- to
? N6t content at this. Mr. Jones now wades Into the Navy and such Influx. But we must move
Sgaln is hopelessly uninformed. The Navy, he screams, is swiftly. The German URaeblic
-sporting deadcat. and dog in deep freezes to overseas h done it best aa ng the
p a" Gadiooks bere's a real juicy one' Mr. Jones doesn't know Went at leasdt$6.OW ,0.OOS. a
(It The animals are private property and the owners pro- perhaps ur Itself, in hand-
S- at their ownexpense cratyng, food and handling of g this pro lem since .
aese animals 22, II one dies at sea it is treated as private e Russian tactic of curse,
m rty although nobody's milk is moved out of the ice-box to has been to flood Germany with
=kcthe carcaas cold. If they dropped Mr. Jones grand piano 0 not be fed and s would h y
aid broke a leg or two, then heaved it over the aide because it huld n o t be and turns Corn
was tuseless. Mr. Jones would be quite unhappy when he e th go hungry ot and turn C
boat. t(3 The "Navy" merely operates the M7S T (Mitary Sea munist.o expe
tion Service) for all military, naval and its civilian em- lees" from behind the b *.
Serdasb!., Curtain were dumped into West
Sin tha ,fy, Mr. Jones, is necessary to dis- Germany in a single year. Bat
e pUon which is sure to be enter- the Pree Germans got them- t
ourself) of how, when, why and selves a dynamic, big, balding e
eXpert named Werner G. Mid-
I wrth that has "rubbed off" on deImann am ministerr For Ex-
.Mt that our millita, through pelleeg." d )f U e
ry, has lost more prestige than Middelmann wA'hi g r war
ia don't want a "military" military with some ingenious aic on d
t bt 't want it to act like the pseudo- this front. d
'itrey bs erated to.
sr ay, Mr.Jone -our shot. A man of the world, Mid- i
"Military Mind" delmann hornessed one of the a
.. basic human drives-love. But l
J I 4n n 4IA, J 5I4JB- U UUAUL.^
Tni k ROASTING
in o uoua, cbean, onuorabue
way. Amongst the millions
SCleaJ COties 'i
y WADE JONES. ,..
An American lady auuItht 4in New Yort show off thUir
he other day after a tri t 'lipe, anjhiD bhive t mad
ews reporter asked hber -B ?It to beSIaM
SMw uttered some uumi|M rejomnder .. pe
grpet or ;"daddy" n tte Iud,
iterv was out to ed. se dropped, "-to as be in
As sort 6o ua aftb kgbfr-i ON 1145& It Ia And a0 i
Q beeae thdy w
WK BnOW, tligt
e old home town lo
ireets Is asakg for ti
Ltlm elsewhere In the
re dirt..MU, d
)pe are uM bases.
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m M eei l *ter juat doesn't ndR tgT,;
Denma Norway, and Swedan. ift td for
k.ti ., twi keeaij inlf r lnW ,m'
k .coming over were farmer fam.- Ad.In e Ps the 8 e m o e.of
Cristobal, Canal Zone. lies. The farmers had many te county's great coi a
sturdy youngsons, but no tntg of buty as it P It
farms. Ih pty Wi mans. banks ,
-- .... -m r e th ea t to- Se ejotad withsto.ne-setor O l,
This letter is inspired by the frenetic rise of a new threat to the lost .a, soldi a ers. n m allh ws and many trees.
otr Isthmian xstence. I refer to the bombardments of the "dra- the .ar, ad farmers. 'th The l t a place where people go to a .Up:
ma critics" which reached new peaks of psychoceramic utterance lJ"m ard daughters hoin the venn and sit on the park aO i;f
the twin.revier.s of "Bell, Book and Candle" which appeared in were smekin eigble young -
oradamy nite's Panama American and in Friday morning's Star e
S herald both critiques apparently engendered by fumes from So Middelmann Rot up the
s.ame poppy, since the delicate mannerisms exhibited in both 'Refugee, settlement Law" in
ented mental contortions calculated to advise the public, in the summer of 1949 The law
that although the show was lousy the public should by all wa simple. Whenever a farmer's
come and see it since it represented Art and were not these daughter marred a refugee ,
Saeouls to be commended for attempting such a difficult play? farmer or farmers' son, that
ioz.e months ago a rather protracted feud was fought in the West German farm was to go WBTW M
Box between the George-Jean-Nathan of the vivid sport tax-free for five years.
,the Perturbed Printer, and the Thespian Steamship. Agent Shortly there were thousands TW*A to Hilywood iew Twrker in
lgriticsam of a Little Theatre production on the Atlantic Side. of wedding. The refugee farm Ms .wm.l iraem I oyI, the is ar. 0' u- .. M
time this spate of verbosity had subsided a PacWic. Side family and the West German sge S _ht mOAe uM as*
staged a "musical" which also called forth a flood of words farm family soon were living A.S. uA a Aag .ar'MaYs
ing the effort with Broadway productions, to the dispar- happily together. Fully 20,000 of i no e Se5 r-4.4 He.. .i.le-. !
t of the latter. Me, I've had about enough, the 40,000 farms which refugees ge ~ pi: ...tsa. e
I amateur productions, whether Atlantic or Pacific Side., now operate are the result of Vm a*-nlgLM t.. a, al e '.a e
r "in-the-round" or on the hoof, represent a lot of hard the s leci marriage law. asIMs S asp et e se
many people and are usually very entertaining if you like That took care of the farm, a Me its ever-vu' l
o thing. But please spare us the coy details of what workers. But industrial workers g-oery,. n m ,--ek.,s a -oesJrT.M 'ravat
-appointed "Critic" thought of the particular turkey. Pros were cominge over, too. So Mid- teowbW 1) I m~ S ao A ..Ue-. p *L *.ew.",
ro knd hams are hams and we are not seeing too many Vlestanh used another new law. Asen, e.Maeia t ue n, w N- t m ghas
purses being manufactured these days. Just as Ingenious as the other nexI ua g ,c Nbo ter. bIo r t d I -aI
-- Ennui L-th- "ZquilAzation of Burdens ny, o1g a aBS-eatMs W,.. .
z The formula was simple here, *rouPzsyehIue
",%e 7 Answer to Previous Puzzle too. When the war ended Oer- j,,ea.4a%,u f mIifS e, ". -
Ir manywIninhambles. The ov- lieon gn S a3W 3( be-may 00*iA g.., sbs 11t t.
N ernment needed money for and the Selbeab Isal aa UpEmlM,. ;,gdi
Dmany.ue tions. Instead of seti.- lo.,. ". n ari a3 eW neow
nPoIe 'r ^.55 goMAI i ng 'ivate property, It decided inery....
A 5nllrt (F.) to qua ne the war losses in 4 ph d
ma 1 36Veapy (1r.) this fashion: A t p -" __ e..
-. TRIT-CAL It slmpl declared that all Carol CaaalDn go, superlative na f~ her be"
t capital s. Iuest' lever N pro rt wh cli had survived .the *Pygmahon'. if O, minances ih New j Igas-...
| ***"-a- 2 ou oter"- lo All]ed. bombings automatically Patacnou is a -gM li at. the LocunUt'th I. A.'
-ll Si2t --F an 2 as half owned by the State. ,, .Pressn IwtardLs i being urges to .i-wrt *
elickbirdof aundedeby Thea government then issued' "Flandera,"Hie eia top-slignter...nsta,, An
e r f aort ge s for this property un- are u at the naez Pares am The
familyy wao rUder which the owner has 27 colyumise h.a banosprings...Tne doslls.49ow
ash~e~eid ls1i1s' .. es Gusrantee years to buy tack the half taken at the C ep ]Ept 26..'Jov aMyAes,
S- I shamr h30t Placard frdm himj ust as thohthe N ban
i8ZL sitty 29 hmtl olacr t h" actually lent= 10' ..Rou the 8p er, wrot teh
s ?S terns 38 Fo m money on. 50 per cent of 'ooa "W h rey mad
easE r"te ab.) Columbus 2SMakepossible 40 States (Fr.) The theory behind this law his many pl s...Mcan's one cent royaltyLt
I Masculine. 2 Consolidated 43 Nights before Middelmann tells me, is the M om two cirs uISend this wa night ub n a L-
Ss 27 mardns 44Unceaon belief that only pure chance ., M s a w -w. ill
9 ) e at 28 Ancient Irish 45 Romanm road saved any man's business from ....e1e.
take 3an-.bextra pull on his bar
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S. Pac Soion atynd nar a
The IsD t RevereS. oringr Wiliahm Gibs"n. Sufaragan ain r
*SITunsho o e f Kinstone, Jamic a, e Is thmd house unest ofo the Ksder oen teprss nl Os
W.,.,.i..... -ve. Raymon d T. B rlbo and M L Ferris, weir beun the Ca lf i nd -o ,
paWV^^ K .. tag ftJvigest of honer at a roPeanlm to honouratl at farewellnoon fron hae ioben vsbitg ba te
:0 to 6:3 r the garden of the I o,. St. Luke, An o en, in and .oi r an
-- by th E plsaepal Chur.ea l no .a' l- o of the .thmus. N.
it" 8 S 1 D Mr O m O ri A us ._dn. I. ,.ser ay lf a md b
.M.s. Springer Ho te. For M ir and M ow. mate ats.
A .. ..... Lunc T heon And reCanasta Hme nred rn MrVaaNw sc Lanteonnl
A *ella w h o M. w in gtit Mrs. Dorothy F. S ringer of r Gordon Andro Mew and CNaTrsda N U l
Ions **** i "Pas gLuncheon and C a n a a t a party the Isthmus August forla aea
*. .... .l... *. *14 4) ---- se b Mrvr.O leoln, r.ea r Te Edeasutill beft hefd Th
SheBaLl boa ,U"niurs rd Mrs as er Uttd a g ustu. o0 ng Ar the CUrna to o wf
fi..4 l J tL n oom o R te a HtoHteslsEal t Mnh r at a fars. ewnell l tunC heon SUnio e Cln w t ed
-Es7..0, honor of her sister-in-law, Mrs. en at Hot.l eiPa n ear M c iongo MpsD s lde.
oft tlnon ad Rains C t aprer oD C all 0. D uque .h1 b om e e s del
l :3b *O iA fI4de 8 0 I stethmus s u day morning by Guests attending Included r ,a a the o.An a dhi er a
0 ** h plan to tret urn to the United Carlos S. Bosch, M MrG uillermo gr us e w att j
Strs Belefh tero, r M Mr. MolA s rt r. i r T a r t ui d c t*.ar s ts. o .
d. at .ou ?ithB rs. DiMo w yMr. arnd Luls C. Nolm, Mrsd Dorothy C i bo nno the t
SlNS uI4m Y -L +*,'- "-'"*' :* '+S", ..::::.::, SSA ge -I The honoree received m any:ltndesa, Mr. Luis d onse e u.es Mer aIa. h
.&. -1 ...0......... Wa farewell gia g from C n L eopoldo Moreno and M i. theuN c s
Ia 3S Paon rp I -p o guests' i, hand tabne t werze wthon Bunting.o he ma en oste datd :i
." -pa sn a eb sOiven n Mrs. arn lys e aVnd Ptheni bryMrus Oa t wlUo n be hlyd 1 0r1a
to, ,.."nen. "S n. "-h.a.a .*Sl Ruoff, Mrs. Gleo n hWright, Mrs. Mr c rl POroaedd 7uol ceust m. st Oth U tesonr
..e Ruth Bal osdr, Mrs. Elizabeth Mr. and Mrse e Bernard 0. Oo Fo r i c C
W.. 066 Chorpenning, iduT. Elizabeth Dil- of Gamboa, who are leaving Pan- di eetlDnl Zloy
- a -v H TsMn oardtheweil olStbfoo the ending included Mr. York, wreno the Mgt of honor rr F
a, .h e U nig e d it a les per0e s we r wla n o u n td n g t h e fSoou thhn t ol lDl ,
Li jso harn. at *t our Alma Starrett, Mirs. Ruoff Mrs. at a farewell dinner given by Mr .an op ens ug
"" .r ..n.. ";" e AS he"& Baltozer Mrs Ruth rthmann. and M s. Arthur R. Grier at their ts J
,.... ...... ns. wsI oy Mrs. Dillone Mr aMr. aydoIM home tIn amboa. of Bal b s oa, eo he itad .
US -_ JLR.I..T orrt.u biJa r. .Ch orperning. Mrs. lton,. arn dents whol d re ort t o
Ut t"o..w.. o..beMrs. Gratis Ottenleuer. Mirse. Wright, ae to e ir sod e thee ist -'sd -hes
soft klnd Mrsa. Donnie Laughlin, Mrs. Des- Mr. adMsePnA naol bare o ar0- beone Wrnday, JAuy 3."
.. 4.ap.,blTobian.d Mrhs. En lish, t nth uTh Jose a rtnd inded r s their residence tof honaer M.hn bae y rtraton ,ae
.... i dum my. a60a amournet tof guest of Mrs. Rip o a aa oman a Prad. iearo M e imrt dayogl schol .
.w eI .....c..ear l openingg MBr. and Mrs. Ddon ONthm n New "Ysr Atcu.re N. and t.he.m
nuub frosa le *Ashenb as sl gad te i Mf W ondn-law .io. eg lef dn st b e
furo. +of M.,. .u,.s ++" _i- am r. Me Ahe -am Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dedea h of e The Executive oSeretarw of thel.The B .
of, ap a nd a a a h t iuel ae d t Friday a- h albr YMCA. Arnold tHodgson. b
'u n d t o M f l u ent board the B.G. Crlst6bal for the who with Mrs H arrived
The Rw X khe his am- t ien d States wber they plan to Wednesday from Washington. Op
SF i. .. t was A vist In Illinoat is and Mislssppl C., will be ho nored at a Ol-i eantcdeAu 3oen
i .. .'..f* h. t aofe n The vacationers' *t orend n the over- given this even ing at the YT e La daoca r l .
S' i"fl 'q ".,~. ... .... o it. it o ia oun f guests of Mr .and Mrs drPaulo 3
1btctt a toSon he io oz g,e tan Riond Thursday p r I oar to Mr. urt to SVaenak Wednesday Higth Soo w ba Au
.T h tilh e ir dep arture. Mr. .. R. Hart ul an o tatot C aona
at, Zone lecturer s anrd tourist monde th
laPY Tea honors Visitor will resent a talk "Tourists In registered a Lske
bgt n It t b- lead- "re Misus.ipp the Panam Canal" at the S- be
a". ., rr. Wan 1. 20 1roW 9ir0l. 4M.D to 1le !
hs k in R a. ta i With Mros. Jaod Cms. Fsc trs Cnarar, wilbe n
: n. -. d y's to a I "turnS of Columbus. Miwssel ipl, who i se L soca Roada Balboa W ns d of si
'. s... s ds aring a visiting on the s thmus with her day at 11:00 P.m.on ora Nne
Club fo l h ed last son and daughtefr-in-law. Lieu
Is.).,...na*@mm6. fl*t a VAafe. tenant and Mrs. Joseph C. Wind- Miitaryr personnel. their lam!- the
_pade...... for Vr.
West natur w with the ham, Jr., was the guest of honor lies aM the nubie of the Canal opn
ueen of spades, Jut is nat- at a tea given by Mrs. Charles Zone and of the Reublic of Pan- tuts
~orally tried to cash club tricksIf. M5U at the QuiIrv Heights amU are cordially invited. August 6o
SI i t...d .... es l dthe a nd te na 0 f c e s Club on Wednesday Tr m s a t e
eu- _.p,.27,-1~-ia cu afternonlb Mer..n ,f th-w.ot So"sig n Thise -
Sma Pann Balboa ta embp. no. 1. Order dinal th books las
du 1Hat is club pb ots atteoni the ea of Rainbowefor Girls will hold ae n whO o etn s ar t ao
card horfl Included Mrs. Edwin Earl. rsn pe social frcan 5:30 to t:30 tti t o olbefre ri* h
8._a,,.. Corp..."ion knd to dooloead.d W en lookng Wew tir color.
"f..... -"l ......t........... I the ackle t I R~ couldin Jack Belden Mrs Earl Kl ne. # v ehn I n g at the- Scotsh Rite a Jl y
Y'-e. -a a s rsm ,ke It I Me.......o Mr Jam.. oary, Mrs. Daniel Tehmole In Balboa.d The public Is
Wit ge VA oloae 1ehr a M s oe enrt CandeMr ss. in fd= St r Modnt s w i repor tt -
.. 1 fr 1 Mrs wr.w RMufso Water Coe ooerrin be sEexo. bI
en. T0 Mra. Henrv Rour Mrs. flue. At EWi Gapllery b
.. .' droppedd + re followed tclub mn. Wigam, Mrs. Jack Brady, tAt eblblon of water colorsorilyu t. eme toe g
9140 hisa' -, club te '0 John by Mrs. Anabel aera Of Bas- bui g nut
o h et to o,. le it the Jf. Edgar Sloan. MrS boa is currently on ,smlay at the
ruff 0 a ,wth l st indha Mrs. Van Her lJ. Gallery and will remain
co.tuld not0 ti lome Oiwln. e Carlo Martine n aning Tmal! July ar 31e The pabis
WL...heS tie tO of all the S Ourton, Mrs. Maxipe to It es. sosarMd by the C SaA4
TI..NM onlftda ani e b Mr s A on o' S atrs Of flor
.., ,"t MItie -of heao rt FMh
ved n amde rs, rrn Mr. ab Mre. uo adulll Barenai ofNow S
A 'Aerca.F ina tcopartno at om Pedor Mge e a ya d i ves n.h e Solf kih
onP, W a make Oaan- turned recetoat from a vacation wiets t plans to attend twoho
,Tde -,oC mpn' nifu he 1,i pan aIVa Fores t M lvle a:s
Wtpm .. .." ,t or .Roes OilS he -
.ComeiSpani'L the te of ce of Shaold Meet
Thorel Ameracan Finance Company hereby ilvesl no'ic
-.to ftcsnholdors that a Special Meting ds S1.r- I
on", MM .. 27, 1953, at the Salbn Panomerino of the Hotel El CLORS CNIIC
..... Ste.. 6 to Pm900%
SOL 2.1 C 0- r a ro a't.rhourscrtheir t inv wltments in.vhe o mal on- s e re l IO vu
SiA e IIi. rO I i I I
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etaugli at due Real
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S aveside Services Three RP Companies
To Be Held Monday Submil Bids On Old
For Jacob Maxwell Houses In TIals'
Graveside services for Jacob Three local companies sub-
D. Maxwell who d','d July 15 at 'mited bids on the first three
Corozal Hospital, will be held at of the old houses in tne l,,als"
10.30 Monday morning at Co- area of Balboa which are Lto ..
o roal Cemetery. The services suld and demolished to make
will be conducted by the Rev. way for new housing in the
Wil0iam W. Baldwin of St. arta.
Luke's Cathedral In Ancon. Chain Sfngh was the ap-
Mr. Maxwell, who wsa 81 parent high bidder on Hou.e
years old. was born In Wilkes 14(12 on Carr Street. Pareaots
SBarre, Penn. He was employed Cla. was the apparent hign bid-
S n the Canal organization fur der on the other two old houses.
about a year in 1951, working as,.N.s. 1411 cn Las Cruces Street
p storekeeper and checker In and 1445 on Owen Street
the Commissary Divislon. : The other bidder was Ventas
He worked in the United Generales of Panama.
Ste tes and the Caribbean are I
Until 1940, when he was reem- The bids were opened yester-
ployed by the Canal. He served day in the office of the Super-
as doorkeeper and watchman at intendent of Storehouses at
the Cristobal and Margarita IBalboa
Clubhouse until 1946, when hel contract. will t.? awarded
left Canal service. He had been following an analysis of the
Corozal Hospital for about bias.
three Nears before his death
r He is survived by one daugh- 'Ihe old four-family, two-
ter in the United States. story frame buildings diLte back
Sto about 1916 wnen the "Flats"
S' Vi s.iin Bishon arta was built up in the devel-
Sisiing isop iopmient of the Balooa area
S To Preach Sermon after the old construction
o1 1 PreaCh Sermon ton, of Empire and Culebra
At St. Paul'se abcndonen.
. The Rt. Rev. Percival W. Gib- Seamon Woods
son, Visitinp suflragab Bishop -
S t Kingston, Jama!ca, will d.- To Be Buried
lhver his farewell sermon to a
F Pacific Side audience at St. Monday Morning
S Fiaul's Church tomorrow night.
i The visiting Bishop's sermon C-raveside services for Ellis W.
will be delivered at the 7 p. m Woods, an American s',men on
E.: songg service. the S. S. Mason Lykes. will be
S In view of the special serv- held at 9 a. m. Monday at Co-
j fce at St. Paul's. Evensong will rozal Cemetery.
.' pot be held at St. Peter's
Church, La Boca, in order to, The services will be conduct-
give the congregatLon th last ;ed by the Rev. Wil'!Im W. Bald-
opportunity to hear Bishop Gib win of St. Luke's Cathedral min
Son's sermon. Ancon.
Other services and activities;
tomorrow at both St. Paul's andI Mr. Woods died Julv 21 wilen
Bt. Peters will be held at thetthe ship was at sen. He was 50
nmual hour. Years old.
The Pacific Sleam Navigalion company
INCORPoLATrD BS Ot1Al. CHARTER IM
Royal Mal Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES "
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
SM.V. "SARMIENTO'. ..............................July 23
S9S." TA." ......... ...........................Aug. 4
TO UNITED KING-"M VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON.
SHAYAMA. NJ U. I CRUA,.
^ .V. "REINA DEL FACTCO" fg- e) ..D. EALsVt 1
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
M.V. "SALAMANCA" ..............................July I1
M.V. "SAMA CO" ...................... .........A 12
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
SLS. "DONGEDYK" .............................. .Ju2 27
.85. "LOCH RYAN" ................................Al 18
S.S. "DUIVENDYK" .............................. July 29
S S. "LOCH GARTH" ... ......................... Aug. 8
All Sailings Iub eet to Chamne Without Noliesc
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO. Lruotabl t el. 1654/1
ORDPCO INC. IPANAMA-Ave. Peru S5.5 Tel 3-1251/1
IRAI.iN--Term irld Tel t.-IMi
hmUS WELEIN. Fluane
ANNOUNCE THE EXPECTED ARRIVAL -
SIS "P&T FORESTER .
B Iboa, C. Z., Augst 2nd. 3rd
REFRIGIRATSD & GENKMAL CARGO
PACIFIC COAST PORTS
CANAL ZONE & PANAMA,
This vessel wll accept
PASSENGERS, REFRIGERATED, GENERAL CARCO
CURACAO, PUERTO CABELLO- & LA GUAIRA;~' QA
JU/ N, PONCE .A MAYAGtCUZ; TRINIDAD, '.
SANTOS; MONTEVIDEO & BUENOS AIRES. .i
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Inauguration of their New Direct Service
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I w wwa If W l Ifl 9 "NE" -1
S o- The training of Central and
.l South Ameroian air freess I
1, Is (UP)- that McCarthy Interrogated Pul- the principles of United State
y (R- bright. Air Force technical and tactleal
wh Whie te regular procedures Is a' f of the
t Walter procedu Npropriations Caribbean Air Co and's air
cWoMMt I demanded mission personnel. RoCefr,
ewal thgt all except Smith, two Caribbean Air Command of-
| t book- be sw however, took ficers, Col. R. 8. Fixott, Com-
the oa.X mand Surgeon, and C a p t.
rttw d, Smith Information Charlet A. Berry, Albrook Air
r program i ome an inde- Force Base Flight Surgeon, were
other endeD within a few guests of the Peruvian Air Force.
la to get the days a reorganization During their visit, they were
nt- ptlan a asbh the ena- shown the medical and dental
,t J, tore not nhower's facilities of the Peruvian Air
Si ftom hands IA to the best Force by COL Eduardo Souzg
i ,tt a 6o00,- use. Peixoto, Col. Angel Cuba Capa-
ntlonal He pacularly for ro, and Commander Jose Gar-
restora li d for a myste- dca Bedoya.
Suse of rious '* t ? which he For five days of their visit
b3 o ks n said wA to et" and "of they reverted "' *** -.-
'arts"ept on grave importMle,." He offered to under the tutelage of University
if alon." give the emgiiMtee details in of Peru's Dr. A........
ad ha author- closed seblm The Peruvian doctor is an air-
books or ___ thority on one of aviation's
Fomore ressing problems; the ef-
hi fects of high ititude on the
0 teaimo that VOWhuman body.
ben for:-frW -6 The two officers were not the
i since cs first United States personnel to
,."n : talk with Dr. Hurtado. United
States Na and Air borce doe-
f. ernment ssa made
(D- ST. frequent tripe d e last
SF (D I E WOROF M ul~y 25 two years to aee ijst what Dr.
(D- (UP) -Ant .t and her Hurtado Is acotl.
who iA-mon I ed an Dr. Hurtado. who Is a worl8-
inO.CoSK !to wr'eshort- renowned authority on aviation
hL" ealaring after when the am- medicine, director tlo world-
caucus lanceto a hos- wide Aere B1dleal As latlon,
lt a newspaper and a professor of pthologic
aJeewareel Deort Dhysiology at h UIVed ty of
Poh Joseph Tom- Peru Medical School first be-
k asked Inson, ,' Infant son, came interested in the physical
to Jeffery. woem gt injured badly efforts of hil*t altitudMis when
e the whe their 'al car collided be found that Indians In Peru
S with'a eli. were living nmral lives at al-
It n- titudes up to O8T00feet.
Picked the scene of dproximately two years ago,
d at "I he an ambn- be began ri study in-the
the lance, tla block a- tflMd and as a rzeglt of his find-
o wav whA i sa*blce and a Imgs ha received a contract and
tV ear drid tr yf Hensley, St. financial backing from the
w Petersbur- Balsdent report- Unted States Air Force to con-
er. collided, said. The Pm- tnue his research.
bulane" sW f hit another At the present time he is con-
Icare .IM r Its rear ctng experiments at two
door flew p and Mrs. Tomin- boratores, one at sea-level inL
it (D-Ark.) who son anl"f --l were thrown Lima, and one at an altitude of
tryln. to- -de- onto the powenet and killed. 16,000 ket There, the physical
aony In support TOn al~ g a passnger in chanyre that took place as the
exchange pro- the ,am ld minor volunteers adjusted to the hgh
injtrse .-the ihrt leiden t but altitudes were followed.
,btalam'GeWa was not Iviusied In the second.
znot h, a A RARTMRD, Conn. (UP) -ft
Ip r er t P uq W. Va. (UP) took an act of the general
L MarlTinuir, W may never sembly to bring peace and
whW"'lbr ai I famne, but fep t to -. dent at Late
the rfus fartl his tehn 7lS r. "a e. & bury. The
CtiW alad fit Palralvze imbb arms and les, ia kkers ,aaroved a bill
witne to di5 he saints W M. brush clench- =d i" Wblak a wildfB*l
Sed In his etb. He began under asastuary, prohibiting the alfa
users .,d the tutorig O a public school to hunters. Seeus the hunfat
V' tea!jZ ad 0d so well his par- we abootihE -fhI homes mere
a m1 ,Wt eom"- private Instructor. than the ducks.
Copmunity Chest Cc
To Run From Oct. 24-Nq
The Olm nal Zone Commu- asponiiiutes, such g
nity Chest campaign for funds contributions from all
to a&Wt ten community service firms or fraternal
mawZWi atUons in their operation in the Canal Zone
will be held during the period public of Panama on
Opt. W-Nov. 7 the board of dl- of the Isthmm.
rsteo. announced after a meet- member wil head a
ag hld this week at the JWB- celve collections tm sh
UO8. Forces. Other memb-s.
The fund goal for this year's designated to head
drive emaot be ascertained at citing voluntary
thls ite until each of the par- from Canal Zone US r8at
ttalp i agenees submit their era and local rate
budget requests for review by a The assignment oft
special Chest Committee. members to head up t
Dmunt a. ai te d n of campaign
plans and a tfiaves for this nounced soon accorto
year's camnl the Board a- Brockman, Chest cat
greed to ate t to conduct the
drive without Me astatance of The acton tah ae .
a paid chairman. Instead, part- board's agenda at this
time secretary wil be empu Included the election f M1
for a period of about three Dwight W. Bingham to
months to assmlt the board In of second vice chabli
clerical and oice management board and, as such, he Ai
welcome Capt. D. V.
Concurrent, with the decision USN, and Col. Bngham
of operating this year's cam- military represent
pign without a paid manager board; authorized the
was the announcement by the to arrange for payroll.
board that Its members would, for Can-al Zne esaz
In addition to their normal du- celved a port f a dinner
ties, head special committees to held next
absorb last year's campaign n the Balbea iYMW UO to
manager's reponsalbilitles. come the now YMCA 'H
Various board members will Arnold Hodgaoh
head groupW having specific re- the sthms last T
PLAN TO ATTEND CHURCkf
TMs SUNDAY AT
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH
BALBOA HEIGHTS. C. L
JULY M, 193
9:30-BIBLE SCHOOL (Classes for a gl s)
(Messages ea Epheslans)
"THE TRUE BROTHERHOOD OF MAN"
7:30-PEOPLE'S POPULAR SERVICE
"TE ROQPMET OF A JEALOUS GOD"
(4 Bea.s on the Minor Prophet)
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
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Fourth of Jul
Ave.-Phone 1-2291, and
.y Ave -Phone 2-0441
Via Espafs No. 34 ->. PanamA R. P.
(Bella Vlta Theare n is)J
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 3-3199
: Household Automobiles
Ask About Our FOR SALE: Hillanon convertib
-HREE STRIKES 19 4. 1).U00 miles, duty free whi
CHRISTMAS CLUB wcl l ies Leasing. $1,350. Por
H"Ba"or Arr-S CUrii T l 3-1773. Office Balboa 145:
Panama &C Colon CR SALE -1940 Oldsmobile I
.- I Seddn. Duty paid. $165.00, Te
tic a lam I r rIs ral 2-34129. Diabla Heights.
tlcor ean lp"5 r.g -
Stube ret.ead 7" 60 1 :. 1r FOR SALE 1950 Oldsmobile
"ply; one 4 HP -*:. ,c. lecic i Hdrornmaic,- radio custom, mac
motor; one %1.ioln, 'z 1.31 -B sea, covers. an excellent buy,'$SI
ColbashS Bolbca Tel -2-2466. 10L'00. Call 2-3429 -5083-/
: ^OR SALE-Cha.i srao.ght back and Diablo Hgts.
i Loc. er mahogor., bed !pr.ngs FOR SALE -1951 Ford Victoria wtl
Stwin size. nmeta lobleocnd tel- radio and WSW, color hawthorn
phone tand 222.9-CC ur undu. green beautiful conditon. Phorn
F1R SALE:-Ma -og" double bed _days 83-6103, evenings 83-3288
.rn 2 maitre -e' .n gc.d cron- FOR SALE- 1948 Studebaker,
d tiRtin. No. 99 Justo Arosemena Door Sedan, $475.00. Phone 83
tellihone 3-4C019 __________ 3122 after 4:30 p. m. 572-D
S FOR SALE -Twn bed mattress, two Cuundu Hgts. pm5
wi re cots. gla "a'r pic lures ir- FOR SALE -1950 Chevrolet Seda
Sort.' Phone 3-C,427 _____ Delivery Truck Call Colon 1462.
,'FOR~SALE ~W- esirghiou-e 'efrige,- FOR SALE ---Cherolet 2 ton Stak
ator. 25 cycle. ,r, gc.d condition Body Truck. Inquire at No. 2
Con be leen or Guordo & Cia Juan B Sosa Street.
_Ju:to A-r:emero A-en -e FOR SALE -1951 Renault 4 doc:
.FC-l SALE -Moderr, hou..-hold fr- sedan clean. very good shop
r. lure Ame,.ca. taom.ly leaving $50000. Coill Navy Pacific 247o
Pc.ai'j. lrQuire No -46. 51s St or 3124
.: a __, --, FOR SALE -1951 Chevrolet Belain
POR SALE-Cuitom mode mohogan, Oui.tanding Buy Perfectly clear
n-oderri dnrng table and cha.rs. Lcw mileage CpJI Navy 3764
con-plere Paliton I..irgrocm furni-
ture- con-,bnrior lodio-ph ,no-
graph, laomp and other turn,ture FOR SALE--Leaving Isthmus. Mus
Phcne days S3-6103, evening %ell 49 Ford convertible. Dut
S- paid Excellent mechanical cond,
2-22' __- -- tfon. New tires and battery. To
C S "-e -Electric Fgidaire, elec- and upholstery, one year old. Ca
t ca.e. one telefis.on Duty. call Tel 3-1445. days. 3-3168, night
8-- :6 Evenings, 8-7285 Ft and weekenas.
.- L- e_----- -- --- odo Must sell immediately. 46 Chevrolel
!A.. ALE-Refrigerator Coldspot 251 good tires, excellent condition. 4
c :"e running well. and giving Nash. good tires, good transport
f ?,-i sermce .t inlere'ted write tion Phone 3-2591. House 4
qu I|. toning. 540 00 Box New CristobaJ.
1- lbc __a FOR SALE -Ford 1940'De Luxe 2
lC! r \LE-Iron full panel bed, $40. door Sedan. 8-cylinder with hig
rc.- o table and stool. 520. High comoressor heads, new tires, man
chcir $5. crb complete $12 accEsior.es $675.00. Coco Sollt
Child's closet $15, girls American 82-GD hone 8579 Navy. anytime
bleyce. $15 Two 'a HP motor.
25 cycle $12 I-4 HP G E. molorIFOR SALE -$I1,250.00 1951 Kaise
60 cycle 9. Work bench $5. Red Extra Specal, Hydromatic, radio
Ti. 520-D. Tel. 4-E4-).. mechanical conditici,. Perfect, V
;1R SALE*-Wet.,nQhouse relriget.I addles or phoir to K. E.,
IS j J Scycles. 9 cu. ft. De'roEter No 134, Panama.
Si Steam auion-atK B-fth i mFOR SALE Excellenr 51-Ford
good condition 255 A C.>rner. Dr Custom, 11.000 miles, radio
Gorgas Rd and Herrick Road $1 450 will finance. 83-6231
Phone 2-120' Boltcoo evenngs..
fCR SALE --Weit.nghouse refr,.?r- FOR SALE:-48 Buick convertib
aror, cabinl radio, corner cup- Dsnaflow. Excellent condition, du
board. rdrobe with healer, paid. new tires. Phone Panama
electric -notors. cio'l, and fan. 0427
i Vnetian blinds, plants other-
husehola teamss 86-A 5th. St FOR SALE -1951 Ford Coupe. IV
New Crisitcbal. phone 3-1620. mileage. under coated, toi lor
SOtI SALE.-9 cu. ft. Cc.dspot re- seat covers, insured thru Decemb
it frigeroror ptect cordi.on. must i19l4. 0936 Amador Road, Tel. 2
se'J by J../; ,lst See ot 138-A 1357-
Gotun. phc. e --2-"6. I
LOST & FOUND
-'AT:- Gola watch marking inside
Sof bock Ferguson Cullen. pocc'
" reward. 704 1. 7th. St. Colon
': T- Dog, medium size female
-.hshund brown with grovay oc
S.ie "Boots Reward House 374-
Sr. New Crrtobal
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE.-22 foot fishing cruiser,
65 H. P. Willys sea ieep motor.
Perfecr condition. Sleeps two. Call
Stanley Balboo Yacht Club, 2693
or Ponamo 2-2341.
ro-Ladies Bulova. gold watch mistice
liad RBalboa. markl inn b haic k
ne Panama 3-5417, ask tor
S Real Estate
WALE: Three bedroom con-
l -chalet $9.000.00. Easy pay-
Pt. Phone 2-3479. Panama.
SALE-A beautiful chalet. Well
W. 2 big bedrooms, I small, 21
p oete bathrooms. diningroom.
kitchen Double garage.0
porch, maid quarters. CaU'
ma 3-2415 for oppo.ntment.
ing where you're going
half the fun, especially
hen you're smart and
travel in a
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at Panmunjom the Reds were
assured there was no time limit.
Ahls e Ambee Jeel
- Ames, C. Z.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" Street cor-
ner Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Ask About Our
Panama & Colon
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA.
PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85
round trip $135 (15 day limit)
$165. good one year; to L 0 S
ANGELES one way. $159.25 round
trip $268.64 190 day limit). Pan-
ama Dispatch Service. 36 Avenida
Nocional lAutomobile Row). Tel.
Ask Abot Our
Panama & Colon
FOR SALE :;-Carrier 7-8 HP used air
conditioning cabinet unit. in'good
condition. Inquire at No. 21 Juan
B. Sosa Street.
FOR SALE:--Eight used fluorescenf
4-tube industrial lamps. lnquire al
No. 21. Juan B. Soso Stre't.
FOR SALE -Small Wurlitwer pianb
and bench. $125. Phone 2-2768.
FOR SALE:-Trimble trmfold, baby
cdib, practically new. Used piano.
tuned. Call Balboa 3418. Between
5 and 7.
t, FOR SALE--Mohogany benches for
6 school. $300, No 238, Central
- Avenue. Tel. 3-1524.
4 FOR SALE:-"Lionel electric train
set. Track mounted on 8 by 4 foot
S board. I dress, size 12, matching
h lined jacket for fall. Perfectly new.
Y Misc. household 'goods. Call Navy
SO (West Bankl 3362, bet een 3-r
S p. m. and 7:30' p. n. or anytime
FOR SALE:-Upright piano. excellent
;. condition, $20000. 0936 Amador
e Rood. Tel. 2-1357.
FOR SALE:-Wire recorder. almost
4 new, $7TO, dinidgroom set, chest
io of drawers, erib,'lamps, etc. Pan-
, ama 3-0373.
FOR SALE: BARGAIN! Baldin
piano. Excellent tone. House No
5. Downstairs. Calle 3 de Noviem-
Ask About Our
Panama & Colon
WANTED:-Vocation quarters. Sep-
tember thru November. Call Al-
WANTED: Puppy, prefer Collie
Golden Retriever, or Boxer. Call
Ft. Kobbe 5245.
PRESSER WANTED for hotel dry-
cleaning department. See Mr. Ben-
net,. Service Entrance, Hotel "El
Responsible, serious woman seeks
employment with Canal Zone
family, taking care of child. Tel-
ephone Balboa 4308 or Panama 2-
CARLTON DRUG STORE
10,059 Mel6ndes A4-Pho.e U35, ColnA
PROPAGANDA, & A.
"H" Street eonue. ian Ut.
.Phones 2-2214 saa-Vip
Foster's Cottages. One mil pit
Santa Clara. Phone Balboa 2.1a M
Houses on beach. Santa Clara. Al
In COOL Campons mounttahi,
Phone SHRAPNEL, Balboa I lS
or see caretaker there.
Pbhlips. Oceanside cottages, SprtA
Clara, Box 435, Balboa.
Panama 3.-1877, Cristobal 3-1 .
Willams' Sinte Clara Beach co
2 bedivrei, refrigerator
ran Belboo 2-305. es'e
Gramlich .w' Santo Claru -e--
tag.. Electric Iceboxes, e49 D qii
modefrat rates. Telepho0 ne
Gambe; 4-567. Pedro M'maei,
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom fumih
apartment In Bella Vista. HMO
Mary Sol, Ave. Justo Arhe-nsf
73-A. ACl 2-2341.
JUST BUILT:--Hot & Cold water
nished apartment suitable fo T G. l
Personnel, one, two, three bedrooim
Call 3-4941. Panama.
FOR RENT:-Apartent, Aug. tq
Sept. 5. One block from hol.W;1
Panama. hot water, two bIdroin.
Fenced yard. Phone 3-3479, $1.2.
FOR RENT:-Furnished p
living-diningroom, e bedr!,
Telephone 3-1167. From 9 t 12
and 2 6,
FOR RENT: New two bied
apartment, garage, maid's roam,
garden, hot water included. "D"
street and Eusebio Morakl Ae ,
FOR RENT: Apartment two
rooms, responsible people, $90-00.
Via Espahna (beside Nando Drive
FOR RENT: Apartment two bq1
room, furnished. No children. 82.
Via Porras 3-2494.
FOR RENT:--Fumiihed room wit-
board, (European cooking) orsel
breakft to, one or two g Ietle l
Just AMmeno Alenue No. .','
corner 34th Sti.
FOR RENT:-Cangreje. Nicely fur-
nished room. One pr two persons.
Meals arvbilble. Call 3-1789 or 2-
1693 office hburs.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room; decent
married couple, kitchen privilege.
No. 46, 45 Street, upstairs. Belle
FOR RENT: 1953 Plymouths in
New York. WiJl deliver and pick-
up at pier or hotel. G. E. Audy.
2001 N. Vanburen St., Wilming.
JFB To Conclude
Fet With Movies
The Junth PmUnesn de Be-
neficencla wUil conclude Its
sixth a veny observance
21 Robertson promised South I leuenCay efs1 t y sowing a
Korean war prisoners who re- series of educational films at
fuse repatriation would be freed the Geddea Hall for it mem-
In South Korea, but Allied asfTee a T." T ber and the genesl public.
surances at Panmunjom "direct- W
ly state that this will not be The show is scheduled .to be-
done." A Igirt at 8 and will be free
31 The 27,000 North Koreans
prisoners Rhee freed, would not, CHICAGO, July 24 (UPI Last Baturday nihot the Jun-
by his understanding, be subject Judge Joseph M. Braude yester- ta entertained almost 100
to arrest or relmprisonment. day ordered David Bethany, 16, guests at a dinner dance held in
"Yet at Panmunjom there has to come to court with his type- the Balboa Garden. Honor
been no indication of rejection writer and start writing letters guest was M W Leonor Jump,
of the Communist demand" that -at least 60 of them. former principal of the La Boca
the matter be put over to the The boy's court judge told Normal School who ia now a
political conference, he said. David he was to write that he teacher In New York City.
was sorryj'for what he did.
41 As he understood it. no Young Bethany was nabbed Miss Jump received a bouquet
troona from India 'or any other by police and turned over to of Flowers from JMB president,
foreign nation" would be land- I juvenile authorities after it wa Miss Vivian Witter.
ed in South Korea to guard war ditscovered he had set up his
llei "agreed tat such troops e cWarehouse aton a lmFeuig "-
will ladn SuthKoreaa 'ehCA atol Fe
that they will be granted pole party. "The youth sent out
that the wi e U N l-tstelling each recipient to
rotecton the"UnitedM" forward So cents to get a pack-. 1
tons troops." age being held for them. HEARiNG
He collected about $15, &u-
6iL. ,thoritles qald. He also has re-
ceived about 60 other letters. Just a you finge.-
Sand it was to their writers, prints differ from
rryude mid, that he was to
write notes of apology-as well everyone else, your hearing
Sas refunding monev to those is Individual and personal. 8o
Srom whom he had already our plan foeer rpet d hearing
made colleo tons, Is Individual snd personal...
S Kto give YOU retMest possible
S benefits elfnew hwirln,
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1960 Eulok sue
1951 Buick lrI
1960 Nash 4-do
194 Sbtudebak lii p* p
1950' Packard 4.deer
1969 Chevrolet 4e6artib
1952 ewrlt teM r
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TE t. City Major Softball League, the
r (- $f Harlem SporteS will celebrate
as -,+gx their pennantla*. by. playing
Giv. 119qVi La ne Heaame agant Nor, half
S~49 M 49 s1 winners of w g Senior Sof-
8D Ltgdl 40 42 J=B By CARL LUNDQUIST -- ball League and taen move into
Scldati 461 .4.5 --- .. the Tropical. In Colon to
eas 5 360 lph have their "VIy Dane" at
Pli ttbrgh 68 .0p NEW Y J U (UP)Wto hi which DoloreW and the
SIf boss I8J0of t Wie old haunt.h and Sporters' own Cyba
8Ox seem a f nes ift delivered ti drive will be honoretK
6 Man i .MM tt on tftttfn two runi.cjl^aul Min-
t bl the ner p victory the Sporte wllwork their
1 J*'t-C a IN) last twots for te Cub pitching sensation "The R-
-o-mThea --O mrkable" 0Cyba while Arthdr
at o-t b reathingf t Ie Gran Lee. manage of Norge, will
Yankeese- -not Hamser who hit send either hs own Bob "Mr.
jI+ ^because I I two .hs s" ed cPitcher"" Weiland or : t ac-
l 'm1 13 0 rs, C i 1, the marie in a ulred Big John Plasto to face
i Deb$-e r 2-- 8 1 and i' '*1 ieterl y s..m, ;r' the Atlantic side champlbai.
t and i Pistro, 54th M. P. Fort lay-
C Wade. I ton, has afa wd h ad
Ow andAlo4ng TWsaySy vano* notices to ha eAt-
..d l. .antic aide fans peult onn his
possibility of be atthg the
oi14.9Uedallalts Ladles champs. Platro Is, e from
no7 ..-3 l7 e a tournament, an Vir- pitching a neat one-bhmr that
semialI and y. mAp t othe second, hda l1f.l the La b-t. L W;
Wwetrum. dlwh League. oa a i aan do eiW de yd aierr Met i.S rai
I St. Laous '00 0 i 000-1 7.a2 -' They both 1l a tie at has never pitched in Rainbow
pi -2 68 tn the rounds C .
Sad avt off like Pistr, had
($-) 'i Mt they t of the been imported rveceria
'. rounds t If not. it Naoal for th City
Sx W -7 0 1 will havllte todate. ae on the ti a
b ,h; 1 1 8 1 Nwei ut l s 1 tw o
Ie i a pened In pa sa tie nder a
SW et Pe l ar. Wlt Drope hMt a capni A'rst e- s Jne 1 ClaytBonb iStal at pbhlgapby of tana, and even baseball writers, in American
S t 31 B ^-run boaw su pply ,e ye e- ybaumy Ia)rblte floSanaide of New York, with the local poit at Chicago,
7 .13lded to It the first otball pitcher, hal tibed as -
63 3he Red again too ro o play which wa into the deal aftbal "Ha
el '38 413 tioke ft n norun ames a had a. .00 .tr* aain. One more to Ing blast at the target and t
6 Dsee^-Ur lhen Pr'o Maceurs Berrers left on earned rru aver* 9 th ee- Yoralub ll be in a on to order tckets or a fltJh csl
at. Loua asa-S .key ab Wbdnedy alfhfor btcago sot. He be n one run,- theWoula8 In stadium.
o Hen ert pd-tate etneda in* The is ee" stats of mind,< and Its festg um
phettd tee oo-n. He s to0ther t on s h o0 pi p "ae the anna? ft
Seatesthe eased Ao rom Call. ran e -adping t e na League there wa saomeithla like tM blWas
arn okeR oing sun, every faor a club, with the Glants th target daurint the two &I
SaIst i w edt Raul 4ranfg l ae back Wtcif honor in t Rainbow Pf W John J. Me6w nB al
f53a '-Th Red 30 Again tO.k T o ywih WIt from Ial a bort va1aton City Laor e yb a wew iing strao th o o
S:tbb ? e3 wht ateia, time e Is Lember of the oth at pnn oti i .
p bg- 0 11et to n a meae tbs-' e of a T R r- b eaatheah rit e t
0nwthee One-of* the beat he N twf outfit ne Fth" ;"
4 in th0e oua Leaie, I- ase,-atpltnlon of Lua;, h title in tUw.g timethd Ma so u tbed opportunity, he called
qmw-44F .M e Brol's tive- who JdsflQWe seota Chasly This could be the first of a po9Ialso^MJ tiS n.
Sa, (1 ttrwih a 13- Driver t in the eond the-ISt il seri bes b tht "Nate the Yankeeb" eapap I BaM
li b ad n the The ia t 7:00 er. The customers doubtless believe that the oblo
-. .' blb y M|.a-ithewsrant Mit Na me in the twne n ,.am o .4 ,two la
apo .. M,.w'' hotr ws bs 11 way from the Bronx. o or 'uH"
aInooperCa Haputtheri$,-pmnerl.judo tt and oo eueuV too loni and. ray of themwould
8 h h front In a the aree ur to the anti-Yankee fans that New ustat.
Sit- the Matr Leagu .race. Roy n at .m b high sord of Sdieess traces to a rae combination of a la'l
Uel (*^ % t CampxeU a nd add Robin- ati 1$o a0o h1nd- HI rot-of.eacumen, managerial superlauves,
.Cor ,a .....V,^, ..+ *bred' l for .t. has ok, B, sad intense deatln to the buAiness of winning pesant ._.+
r.. Bnt w ,t he E* a orl a the frtlas protracted phase of Tankee nap-
Stm l -n1Uy LtlbL k- ,ue. hetw old a uto gMg are brand aw. .g .
ceSt n .a to h 0rfreo through C tntrS*ants rghralb~ratns loved BantsWbe Ruth, and he was it.
Cmtn (4-5 aheud ot imee e- lew r Wf e.-ie.ted' led a.tin On e WIVOr nT t h. I
a- 1 ove a CY 1 through 192r, the Yankees aIaia -up
dghoettrl s .- fito.emer" around the circuit kept .oht a
I nogn 1 that t h on3 Yo C t1 ftnG Circus wejt u wr
n te ovir wh ter ub match thsl lnt w far I a a ws coined out of Nw
SfSor oE'f Nicoaragua. The' lall1 fahermen the Aliea League the cry aro e
|. Meve Car- 1SatNova-DoiV th McCarthy, Joe eDt
d"nals r. So unle to two t. one from lt and Tommy H.a. t-> a.
Shis becauseO oft het h e bAlodhr. aL Orlanh. .l
hee p m CtRe trip whpealt y a. .tUi tew f" that the Yankees had noft
IueIhmt16:s ; tn a the utoankeessbl ran into the hate Smplm
nrim BIOILfla.t i MO 4V 1] o o irs eehl Club, Harry ; xn tof a1 straight, which waskt
wo r te w vie record holder and sweep In the second invalon of the Wf1
starts -u ..s A tf who a few months &treaecdaus impetus.
teiN a world record for th eM ev aswapaper hitherto known for a
SW cauht on rod to e t. printed a rather violent
e caught" ona o-' neLmtd it the IfakenstpeaN
-athe Mtiso Guaroy tq46d y e S.ate tway, former Brttih t anor the, Bttle of St. Louts, which had fti
campl Bs An iW Rabin-O W 0n hate y o iclflama, Is here from f by ngrtemy of the Browns. p
SZoto win one of the esl iuedlately put the "Hate the Yankes"
d G- ..hying AC1eS Ogreenway, ae torBu psychologcally.r He used a a
bt 2% r by O real ma is also fam- eetog ajter another, and the Bomb
HBt Ml boat but the Die-
w iaidto be Friday night, In St. Louis, the Yankees bt "lU
cert r o Doon, Braniff boto.- arena wee concerned, Norea might ewt as
"'a';..e f"Ind "Holidayi 'bmqsd-=Waby the il. In fact, they would w hl tha f
fla= 1ove8 the we -h9961A rskulled.
l thDl etn- H Yume iankee left-hander, opened the A lI sl
S- O- and J ohn me rt oipai to both Vic Wert and Don lnare COiPt-
WOW". ..oa h" time'"* T .*oiP ne &=nice movies of l 1 -1kma w itner to center. With both y I ll
hetubtmSocaught. anade the catch. He threw tnmsfr
nNG 5 t cooter relayed to Don b ..e l
s5bir fromine whileSa firilfishction was. "Damn those dInlaeC'
9. material'Vfor their9 8 .'t M .tr cusveis n ot c n dwn
r n t REbrwba tmade r eco outof Ne
.h .... t.. +- thureaaIsuken shte _.
an the&Md.'.,s thifqu : Of feV
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off the Ems-W bor-I
der if zhe We. p givern
ment pro $e to
distribute. U par-r
cel, to hnts ,of the
Soviet-oe part of the ci-
But even after the erectiop ofI
'he new barbed-wire barricades
the q1ity frontier remained open..
*"/.pI er poIfp know thP nIthalS: de cOuntry is Mi/ co
N4W YORK, July 25 (UP)
Shioing officials feared today TWENTY-F I'I 9 VFitR.L PANAMAR.P.,; SATIFRDAY, JLY 25,1953 '
a serft of wildcat strikes mi-sht ANA, S 25,1953
erup4 on the Brooklyn water-,
front as an aftermath of the l I
suspension of Anthony Anasta-
a by the A Longshoremen'sW
Urion. ,lt --- RlaI B ii ....
Thq Union's executive council W ire1 U I I 1
announced yesterday that Anas- .'
tasia, powerful boss of some 5,- I '
000 Brooklyn longshoremen., had .
been "summarily suspended," as f || r r l' r'
business agent of local 327-1. V V l
pend a hearing on charges of, 'F o
'o*rn .nL mscondurt Three other .
offlcems of the local also were BERLIN, July 25 (UP) New The border between Uove t Deutschland ra
sT,* d- le .. Barbed wire barricades- were and Western oceupeVac I'ot nt mma't and pt
council, headed by II A strung by the Cm6miutltat to- the city was reopi Bfaer- fo0hewing leniency
presi d"t Joseph P. Rvan, ap- day on th& frontier between ed der had been rear M 1 ast U cate in factories
pointed three administrators to East Berlin arnd the 0fetn see- Berlin followingO th.-' ne Te 17 d here will be no .
ta-e over the locsl's affrlrs. Lora of the elty tIS 0 apparent riots. wit-provocatenrs.
Anatacia angrily denounced i attempt to keep *stet sector unBamidod and ren
the action and charged it wu residents from ge tti American But the frontier the ls :"
"pn underhanded and vicious ~ood Western seetonrs e2ity al Q. nust Eastr GFs
trick" to nhalt his effnors to tooT wt Wep-r and the tlyin or ll *i ie eetf i
merge Brooklyn local in a per Die We# vie&sopra- countryside Is I
d-refqim" move. e hs ihdleMtlt*A to neutral The West BeritAn. lteon 0" -AMe"
or food was schedw tombegin
Monday morning. .,..
A 2,500-yard-l wire
barricade was sa meal
Long the border '5
French sector of the the
adjoining Soviet the.
Frohnau area this mnf.
West rlin police the_
Communlatb have Te
during toe past a!: on
plugglng oI er hole '! hi
closely. gurded frontier bet
the West tectors of the eft, Sld
the outlying Russian OC=pied
The Soviets have itey
protsted to the Unitelt ,
Britain and omfr Mft K
East Oenman rommunlstR fo-
dav ordere _Rouce to lau the
aritl-Cbni OW rInrtelerae who
called %C ran.,t the gov-
enenm 'thftout the soviet
e o ffin party newp
Tile official patty newspaper
The- reorganization move, an-
rounoed by Anastasia three
day&, awo had been interpreted
as a threat to Ryan's leadership.
Leaders of the 10 other Brook-
lyn locals had complained to
the union's executive council
that Ar'" lia was attempting
to oust trind PPd set him"-elf up
Ps c-.ar of the Brooklyn water-
= .., m.T...- -,
#'.CIln~te~r of 4l~
nmd within a
s fd"Bd Hilde".
dvt Blsaer pce ,|!
rahe ordered ian f d
thb~ands of worker '
thwarwve of tre_., .
ad hola4 to rnd Ip .UP' tr
manda of strike ad ,na-oCH- C
Umunlts. Slowdowns were report
ed csthtiuing In the a m g s ,
rr>dst *huinIbli *'Move Umift i
.l bft *tlafd,'n. bSr
reba'AW afirian mtmtii
ona uuiwzruB~ -B im
Mhout bas a gove
7S. pans mad t -
S.SW NOTE-Piano students will welcome this new device, said
S..ake scale practice easy. When he hits the right pote, a light
.B A wrong one produces a loud The player can
. the position of the lights with the notes as a check. The
Wf .vwas shown at the National Associatiqof -Msic Merchants
exhibit in New Yo .
to-i h ~ M m k 'f a m i i "-
In' On Securitt
BOK, Germany, July 25 (UP)
- Chancellor Konrad Adenauer
bhs proposed a 'European secur-
ity system which would include
Rhssa, It Vw disclosed last
The chancellor's suggestion,
mede earlier teis month at the
foreign ministers meeting in.
Wahgton was "leaked" yes-
terday in Paris. The British
Foreign btffa in London con-
firmed the pian had British
in Washington, the State De-
partment spokesman Lincoln
White Yesterday denied Ade-
nauer sugmgestd to Secretary of
State Joh Poster Dulles that
the proposed lEurope Defense
Community 'negotit a non-
rOtNIi r'.at with Russia.
As t*lp newasin Dulles had
reivd a Ietter fre 'Adaenauer
Wbell .Mb .r t t
1,SAUCERY HNRE-Farmers in the v" ltel of. Calumet.
N, thought they were teeing a -ime 'rough flying saucer when
I contraption sailed through the -sky suspended freni a pra&-
t. It floated dowrr on the Clayton Miller farm where farmers
Mi dI. a tag .Identifyial the weird equipment as the jolit
"erty of the University of Minnesota Mid 'the U. S. Navy .
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