The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01667
 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: AA00010883:01667
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into the propaganda business.
The Mail lisea a n opem fenor an r reader 0 The Paneme Amr- on a tough, mass basis.
Mae. Letters are resolved gretlfully and are handed in s wholly confl- Otherwise, we're wasting our
demtial manner,. time, our millions, our home-
If you seiribute a letter don't be impatient it it e m*'t1 epp the sick GIs, and some very ex-
meat day. Letters are published in the order received, pensive tanks, jets a4 anti.
Plese try to keep the letters limited to ene page l gth. aircraft guns.
Identmrity ft l4e, writers is held in strictdest confidence. This is where the guns and
This newspaper esumaes no responsibility for statements as opinimns tanks should be, of course, but
impressed in letters fr.reeasers somebody has got to convidice
ao a the Frenchmen to handle the
guns and tanks It trouble starts.
THE LONG RANGE PLAN Right now we've not convinced
Dear Sir; the French people of anythhfW. .
The United States the
I have read Local 900's complaints over housing and hospital- world's greatest nation of sale-
Isation conditions and while sympathetic to their pr oblea and men has been outsold by the
&Spirtions I feel that by laying their troubles to the Republican Russian apparat. And here's
4mn eitratioln's economy platform they re losing their eyes to-why:
Lte and a clearer understanding of the hidden motives be- In 1952, the Freh ac- .a-
id e preant upheavals may save thefr .o _.e frombeing nlini Kt Party and its !wbor front C.
pped like the present old-timers, u .S. andI 'Lcal raters aloke. spent $Oe,870,000 o 8. aitAA!er-
Much has been written about the financial Impact of the ,ttn propaganda alone.
nal's reorganization policies on the U.S. employes and that o This year, according to a re-
ey are in for ln ever increasing squeeze is now generally ac-: ot ae rtoe =Ae- ~
ted. What is not generally accepted is that the squeeze Is only! onts by a M. LeBre,
dental to a long range program desired to drive out all U.S. munailt labor rees the
te th below the administratie levte anid to mo-Wlv .T d l e ar e'
m raters. Governor Newaoer t tot e of TIO ta, e ta needed to ,cover o t e
caption being Vogel, opposed this, so they were all replaced and erman and sate ll .wookers'
e present Governor arrived here with direct orders to com-- uprisings and the head crack-
ence the program with a selected 500. The repercussions ol his i the Kr,00n dthe ei car t .
tempt were severe, so the squeeze was intensifted with objective ngation-propagandlte tMrtain.
driving out U.S. raters, producing inability to recruit U.S. re- ly will get the Ine gaied bud-
ements, and thus provokipg the unchallenged necessity of get.
I vacancies with local applicants. As for us, the Id had
If this would bestow permanent advantages on local raters ex.acS $17,00u0,M0 oe A ad
Human cause would be served. But the underlying motive sor al, of ur1 Z .- $ f-
them to a dim future with the Canal, slce .that motive it diovia. Ad t're e onl .... :
eventual elimination of the so-caleld middle class and theid some n Amernausg 1 . g .
scale from the Canal. Opoe the U.S. rather Is gone there will Xluoes to h1ads4'p 'i-.
on.tthe wipall w 5inyurm J mIt, h$ 3x ame6nn a tJust C re .*Ji th he
rate subsidies is this middle class payroll, so the is 000 -l .of the
wada when the payroll does. local rate house nds, f rench Co m an ; the W
s talazation will Isve to ear their own co os t 14,000-Mh, staff of Com- .
i held-to a a t m." Rentasls will therefore un ie; the ;; Par- -ta A
p;aity, to where .. i pants..will have to s eek ths s radIo e .,
Pan e e t ci~tas wit- I who heae ia 2. sec.--
Spr L wilalie: i u the 301" I0 PI Ia ofa a touring lam but I do cooper
S 0re nl sw and pe to .1 will.-point the tamonl i ftS a
S ythbe r and oref a borto m unis.at 'tRe vola-ntil or soulsthan kept.!
A sperimmentL bse ng ane of thq unl onn I have experiment on. wh Ucain get out, genera
nama, with that enough r offlt raie and Cthe 11,00,000 communist yo tt
c ed dissensilon, mistru Dipla 1, -Ir. F r mmt" %wks,, I t-oaBlt tor 0dertng th are mot
no. Furtherm sethe fptyflan ew. ol thil
motions. o e w ao ut 100,o000 torm rio ol their a.- In a =fhasio oU b1ySS
"United states' great strength lies I ie class.L re n, uil that r rb m
Ima has none. Too many opposing intoe the sted by Mod for an t. .brave as Al
through the Canal, to create one in Pana e o bvous American de neastration. I o Wd ahd htv nqv* ver y'
to better relations is to abolih toat,
die clau of the Canal. That is c .S. en Most o these hard care com- or so a e
r fua thiel slre a bdltlde Ite alhd r des come out of the l aw u lu-
provl of the eg t ps ed bu tce Cnal's torci a ground. Thais I an arat at
Ahse measures were patent ayals ofI U.8. o I hp27f, fect calls 1,.
ad. or timer and LocalI Clls wih f2,5
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with gr s of prosperity. e We issue
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A A open letter to the Zolan Housewives, and particu y to wated d o abaI -
I p-called wargMp's clubs organizations and auxillarleas.. terfI shj
W6are all asuei awRre of the high prices a2d erlor go os tide ,
tbtalabl ht' Or commissarIes, trWtor, rather tn tober f for
to much perpetuJ abuses and iniquities, why no:- -- valldlv a
or in a joint effort and take concrete action. 40 'remedy LaIi-
T or. may I make a suggestion, ight seem a it- waatom:-
t hfor" the thin blood downhere, -t it is practically Ifh tty piEt ;ckugeu th
to obtain results. Should.tie-good women and excellent etrk w .
which ,theytalle are in their own ri", te upon them- nuto-the Comintern call be k9'i
the initiative to "march" or picket "te commiaMries and fouht effectiely and beaten At wo
i. action at the-time of arrival of new team of House dw I. being done. If one e, ll
skators, it Is very likely that you w divert -their attention a Zisenhower's aides AtayA
.the plush accomomdations which are in store for them, .U and drive (if he I2veBoln
by making a dent in the 'ytem." tome)ean over see women
SNaturally this will require a little Intelligence of direction o1 ,'.bi and leambrch out I me
s teenergy to accomplish, but once you all have decided at arded ittle man-p6nathern
e your pots and pans long enough to do something, then Rhm iUnIversite, he'll~ -
only than will you have something edible at the right prices mse o a-'fful of men take on p .
.in them. 00h.mw el.Jc-mintern .m "
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bale a piece of old crutch to lean on and keep on complain- ThIs on one of thpseu
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jg 33a, Aid CflT -Jo00L.4 Lewis May Go Easy:- 1-,
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-,... WASHINGTON, July 27 (UP) strike 60 days later if his con- rely depmed ito .
John L. Lewis appeared ike- tract demands were not met. sanda of maiers are
rt ly today p give- the mard-pres- But informants close to the ? d and.3r
000 aed so; coal nduga try a breath- situation cited factors which only two r aea
% -. .I..7.7 re .but Inug spell before striking out ir they said make is probable Production this y
'" ,0 43,03 @%vted.* new wage increases for his Jlewl will maintain the status ed at 430000,000 tps.
Speeal for minor&. quo for awhile. These sources 200,000,000 under the peak
',,,aeho Mi0,- The 72-year-old Unltdd Mine cautioned, however, that it "& of 1947.
ea.h- asthe Workers' president la free to often "stal" to try to out-guess t i
eac- noserve notice Baturday that he Lewis. clamor aonT rhe de
%ne e*l wants to terminate the soft clamor aI
b M.- coal contract. He could call a The contaBct termination date higher wages, as i
her IofW dcaco-c-Hc-dc"acome as hundreds of mines are The i il'i are mere he
Sandthe 00ad- full requeandshut, due to lack of demand. in st4idy work. While
-" ,Y h.r ase4 la miniUs mor and e 0-- than the House. ,,0 n addition, the industry bha average pay of *17. a U
;e Fi M er"onHouse e:: more than the House. Juast lost a major t in Con- much higher than in oe
e..,.WalA..fnd:Mllateral Organizatom sgress to curb foreign oil im-. dustries, ,heir average.
ldo ffor 50,000O e the ad- Movements of ts: $7.500,- ports which It claims have cut earnings are lower
olef.lyve ministrati, nM d the 000-- $2,500,000 ss than the deeply into their markets 3 The status of the
th f fouse figures President asked and the House throwing hundreds of miners war and whether there
0sT1111 00t0 0&: FOR ASIA PACIFIC Multilateral technicalcl o-pe- Some Southern operat
Se'a sSe' n t operate ageneralyy l! a truce co5rr.

Bridgeste bill.oMili t r u y10?Unid N hd i L s w hv er U tedindiatntheynWeould fv p ordeep lp tom ri.
"ridges i Military $I,035.- $9,o0,0-- lfway between taking the initiative to demand it may be required to boost aaos
Ta. mi f 0- part wit in- 0 are them .a a the adeigure atn thea-Ja
Sore than the House f e and the ad- a change-- e downward-n the con- enaeltallyI coal imports
'iteIn ol whi. he3 d a the House 4.76, inistrationrequest. tract terms. Bu this to seem- are being
S.014les Internmatnalo ldren' ene- ed unlikely exports would help the A
[.de^^ b-Ifc: EeYn.5S fr For- reney fund: $9,000,000- the full Lewis, who Is on an extended Ican producers.
Vvaf.. A. o m,, ,.I mLaa l nodn d r.000,- request. The House cut this ouJt00 te

weIb~I PS .l Tehn!I. $6,28,- Ocean Freight: $1,580,166 -
3 S ,. r'i y a _*,- 001- the Ueuest- the full requestB nd aIn cnrease
flto .M loo.o f rf. t1 ed, andof e~ ~ ~.~$8,278,- off $152,166 over the House. A & A
other1ase 001 over _a1 t teh l reu s ando rnerLdge,A
lecturerKorean Regonstruction Agen-
LtthU"M, 2m pj5wh a g ent: cy: $70,300,000 an increase of
P*ow6t is z.t,-. oo er H e, re-s Announced that there will be a fun al service
amgA ;e ma ueia k tr3 1 N"; o.$1.,50,000 ne the ad- asked. for our late departed brother
oftailwtv Afte'1aT', atqAai4 ministration Special supplementary re-
111V.i ae 'Im.,tdo .quests for calendar year 1953
laneAM-N__ AFUICA (the other funds are for flai .Sure John Ta.
SMrs. PAndMi 000,- last six months of this calendar at the Christ Church By The Sea Church.

3as *' :? -'- "" f less lnter national ch.l ren's emer- Tuesday afternoon, July 28, 1953.'
*. Cctil aInrhe D- -- -u , nd d trt$9,81 ., the f
"5 '" -.' ..3 Doetors' ,'?43,- administration future and an
braton 6 ttofhtunnU, te, enterti otl e inrease off I$4,814,333 over the Sansord D. Man
tbie Idopenden s eP ,.m QW, Lo. Lo, w.a -,, rlnWershipful Master.
h venI-n pe'nee anes: The Senate committee
t114 aa 6:20 duions and econoles are to the Aab stat, Israel and restored the administration re-.o .
Sr mandttoM ld w ori- Ian: $140,0005 $80,000,000 quest of $4,595,812, which hadea
O f e =tf n .rg ie the 01*dte" of $1- for- more than the House, and the been eliminated by the House. secretary
wh o iC. W charge of n e ald efull ad inistratins Nrequest.
ehf Ih M h t India n a"ta: $5,00,--
witst ato a"tShe 000- aame as Howse mod N19,-
.i . .0W. T00 Keam, ard United ha 1 m.h Ho 400,000 less than the President Si vm
Iupn do eef nqamo.
Beornc. PA Co may be mde'by telephoning t eon Special Ceame mistal ee ,. ,'.-K ', b
buat tso nma uy ri nthe committee ma over a period of for deMpen.at o esea ruiteVo- Vi' ib
deL ar-.,Her v e a O Hee Is a breakdown at the mount of te t'equetG, which C &wu CardCe.a-w 3 .W" m, U,
rdeu n La crasta.1Of Prlm o l-"l Tre Horto- de commIttee bi had been eiminated In theut 2 N.
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t" Y Oil c, PS"te than the Houma 000- $414,010 lesn'tMa the ad- we have It
-i 8s. re.pfigu;rC0"be l U.12,197,910,It '6 thanministration request, andsameIBABYLANDIA
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Written tor NE4 Service
ABHINGTON, July 27-Tam- ; ________
an y Chief Carmen Disapto went
to 1bd about 4 a.m. Wednesday MORIN
ait week, thinking that the ant- A KQ 72
Emnpllltteri candidate for mayor Q9 76s 3
of New York was all picked. He J
h?d talked to Distric; Attorney 64
Frank Hogan and offered hhm WBT EAST
the Democratic nomination for J109863 4
mayor to run against Mayor Im- K J 10 VsS42
jelltterl. The offer was made on Q7 1 s s
behalf not only of Disapio and 4 A? 8 64
Tammanv but also on behalf of SOUTH (D)
Id Flynn. boss of the ]tonx. UT (D)
Vs.an accepted.
Following this, Disapio went to K
leep In his Greenwhich Village I K I I9 2
apartment. confident that a 6K qJ 100
tough political decision had been North-South vul
made. Wednesday afternoon, he sk~L wet ewtb Eau
pecked up an afternoon paper to 0 14 Double Pass
ee that Ed Flynq had offered 3 Pass 3* Pau
the Democratic nomination for 3r Pass 3 Pau
mayor to young Bob Wagner. Pss Pass Pas
Slynn had okayed Frank Hogan Opening lekd- J
one time. b u t apparently
changed his mind.
X.tsapio. immediately changed My mouth has now been open
i. supported Warner. for ien minutes um uie nope iiac
SSeasoned political observers some word of praise miibn come'
it will be a miracle if Dem- irom It Ior tze oiuI-U, in Mo-
atic bitterness is healed. When aay a hand. 15 i, uw lime to
CqePressman Charles Buck'ev close my mouth ana aumit that
tnerged from the meeting with the contract was a very poor
ther Democratic leaders after one; arrived at by quite foolish
t*reeina to disagree. he made the overbidding on thi p.rt of SouLn.
iWusa'nl statement to the press North did his very bast to
STat gennv Sutherland of Brook- warn his partner tUat he had
1mn had refrsed to offer Jude very good spades but a poor fit
SLeibowitz's name on the for diamonds when he doubled
,od that he couldn't be trst- nonvulnerable opponent at a
Buerlev also annoru ed that contract of only one qpade.

he da;-rl ba o efusad a f Iton
te Mile refused to nom- I spite of this clear warning,
rrMile of Brooklyn. district South got lilmself upto a slam
So Brooklyn. contract practically si n g e-i
,utherland. of course. bhad em-hded. The wot of tIs, that
ed the ,isual politi".a tactic handed. The wort it is, that
srin both iJude Lelbowitl South found a Way to steal the
McDonald th t he would of- contract, and then decided lhat
their nomes in nomination. he had bid the hand iery clev-
ithe Bucley expose of what-he erl. '
rd Mid behind closed doors has est opened the Jack of
It increased Democratic har- spades, and declarer won the
a*v trick in dummy with the ace. It
,'I this has .slit the Demo- was obvious that he would have
-s wide ouen in an area. to'lbse the ace of clubs and that
klvn. which has returned a trumO trick would haee to be
largest Democratic majorities surrendered no matter how the
f nv lace in the T.S.A. north missing five diamonds might be
the Mason-Dixon Line. divided.
ea, n s To Only a swindle could save de-
W aoo000n ClUS To crarer, and he promptly tried for
it by lepdn t4lle king 0f n,-fce
Ancient,- eo 1 e *-Xe kin
cient1 Ped e from irmi y at the ?8c trtcl.
N pst as declarer had honed, Eat
SWASHINGO (UP) -"ou was out of SaBeds East decided
Sell a lot abnut man bv that South was In a hurry to get
e we"ons he leaves behind discards on the high suades, so
reclall ift that 'was 11,000 he ruffed the seconri spade with
rs ago.the three of diamonee.
'rs This was all declarer needed.
Tt as a cude sptrhead He overruffed with t'e fo," of
resolved an age-oldticoprl- diamonds. dornpcd all of. the
I dw reoTvet al du ac?!- tully coneart-
ary In the h`Ahaat.Tn- itn trump with the a'e
A discovery. geologists hd and king. and the lll coIced'-
'_ _apb'e to establish w eth- ed the ace of club.
n- the Folsomand Yuma' ,bard to l'hme Fat r
warp coter lecold 1ae'I. t -
-W much time' .lapsedwr hl
t* two cllllzatlons. rble om heart. If E, t da i
S:The walls of a small valley ldecie to ruf Itowv did
t- the Stpked PlIns f. erdd to rufr however he
s'-w Mexl-o bear evid-r s"e c uld have ruffed with the ten
Jlte around a rrl ]L l ,r- C n Then if Pouth
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diantifes the Fol.mn parnod. -
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marking the Ymrq cu"',-. .A Fr Pa'nim'M. ,. :I.' 7 .e
Tgcent report of the st iv of I
bge arrea rple-d bv th'" ""'- k
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Inauguration of their New Direct Service
(Also accepting cargo from Far East Japan)
Sailing tom San Franclseo ......... Aug. 6th
Sailing from Los Angeles ........... Aug. 9tht
Arriving Balboa .....................Aug. INth -
Sailing from San Francisco ......... .Aug. 14th.-
Sailing from Los Angrele .......... Aug. 1711h ..
Arriving Balboa ..................... Aug. Sh
Sailing from Balboa .................Aug. Ilth
Sailing from Balboa ............... Aug. 2SUh t
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A layer 14ther rot 3 ua 3 armnder with a $5, Cenl aseedoan
and who Fund. It was used to Mre BlaW-
ctuabehind uel Sears. president of the MaW-
Laxeov. bars In returned sachusetts Bar Association for
"OlinWe e homehis defense.
--Louis Dk 33-year-old The Texan was released last
SPi'a &a rousing week after agreeing to shaI
U01 ;H welcome romsae 00 Amarillo in custody of the child ith
SJlfromtody f a tetate battle But coun d Ray Steven
Sa Ca o by,, pa wheW n Zanded atAma- in court at on a Canyon, Tx,
t $1 .,.ft Ax rulo 1111 b~alydenia petition to
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rinhead in her fll custody to the grandmother.
Coyne. -sho r lderminutes. rno ecWt he fh ound
aasthe dedi-in r.R laAftezrwsp emb5aced his no evi ence tbhat the mother was
ar I another, ~ war Conley of a fit and proper person to raise
oa a ew will panssteaOiinAmarillo, who was awarded cu'- the child.
'to the publ i It Is losing tod of -e-as court
eUw K l Dutch-S Soney, .Wall, I "p to t whe in- ando f ofD has since Con- The fight promised to contin-
Hollow dividual thesr jnt w'e n- ley took the f from his ne, however, as Lewis H. Miller,
he .pA# e ad- ftormerwh i Ix Con- the mother's attorney, said in
Mrs.,- .ley. In ...... in 1947. Massachusetts he would seek.-,, re-
...d Cod ne1oWybythetalio; In
Shrpeu- rtneon-0- meib- more than Wr In jail on as to appear before the court.
_oAA 7".rtain four wer for or to. repeated# court Today, however, Conley diodnh
SettJud forure-lems he may have In the fout.
pthee nosoA oil an fuaingn f child to Picking up a handful of d
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h ,tM 411. ly Ol, f t. A three d ly t board the Hotel El Panama's Pea.
Be cador*. Leae kilboba Friday 6 a.m., arrive Colonn
fo W40 .. RS2:30 p.m., leve Colon 9:30 p.m. for San Blas and
o. a'and I il Porto Belle, returning Colon Sunday afternoon.
ob eIn Through the Canal Monday 6 a.m. returning to Sal.
be1W C therboa. Meals altered by El Panama. Bring slacks,
t ne to ac cut shorts, bathl i^t, jacket, flippers and spears for
o *-1. heavily aI cur op g- underwater fishDn, and your camera and rolls of
tA.' oi:_t ,ared." _It colot ilnPiftbP make reservations early through
t 0I p e,.,.I lO your Travp 4,Agt$. or Jungle Jim Pr.ies at Panamt
a ,Mr I*K. Do~. Mrs obby said there is no t.3-160. Speliat price for groups of 10 .to 16 people.
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built bulldozer to clear a roadway leading to buildings.aid
construction for a formal truce signing at Panmunjom, WM
The machine bucked, chugged, spewed gasoline and imoae s.
finally caught fire. Built in Erie, Pa., the doerr was 1thl
captured or brought to the truce site by the Reds.


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Household Automobilems D Fl. ,Am .m.u .. W a' Santa Clara Beach Tcptt. p
- Wile Alshdlmag aemymense. SD 2 bedrooms, refri eratot?, 9ctes
Ask About Our FOR SALE--1951 Ford Victoria with OZ1 AM C. Z. ranges. Bolboo 2-503 aCpt
-HRIE STRIKES ,ado and WSW, color hawthorne -- week-ends
CHRISTMAS CLUE green beautiful condition. Phone DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. FsesCtg. -
"Bazar Americana" da 83-613. evenings 83-3288. Central Avenue "K" Street car- Foster' Cottages. One mile past
____ Panama & Colon FOR SALE- 1950 Chevrolet Sedan ner. Telephone 2-3479, Panama. Santa Clara. Phone Balboa 2-1866.
FOR SALE -Electr.c Frgidore eec.' De..ery Truck. Call Colon 1462. Ask About Our PhilUpe. Oceanside cottas, Santo
tric stove, one tele ;leon Dur, call SAE -Duty freeC190Mru THEl STRIKES Clara, Box 435, Balboa. Phone
-716.sto Eve, on tgles,ion Du cal FOR SALE-Dury free 1950 Mercury. CHRISTMAS CLUB Panama 31877. Cristobol.-1673. LoN
816. Evenings, 8-7265 F ort sedan 4-door, in good con- "Bazar Americana" Houses on beach. Santa Clara. Alio
DOai -s.A. -- d..on Tel. Fred Durling, 3.0010 Panama & C olon in COOL Campona mountain.
FOR SALE:-Weslinghoud nefsne,- I FOR SALE-OR TRADE: 1953 To MIAMI & rEW YORK via AREA Phne SHRAPNEL Balboa 1389
Con b5e seen at Gurd Ca Henry "" 6 cylinders. 3 months Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way or see caretaker there.
Co n~ bse n a Gad Cold, can be seen 14th St. No. 117 to Miami: $70.00 Round-TripR RENT
Justo Arosemena Avenue a portment 2. San .Francisco. $126.00. One-way to New York: FOR RENT
FOR SALE:-4 piece maple I.ing- FOR SALE: Nice 1952 Mercury $114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
room set. $80. 5611 -D, Hodge. Monterrey hard top convertible. PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE Aparitmmts
Place. Diabla _.,Monterrey hard top convertible. telephone _2-_655.
Place. ablo ,e allow and black excellent cond- telephone 2-1655. ATTENTION G. I., furnished modem,
iOR SALE. Fr.g.da.re refrigerator. t-on. all over Pedro Miguel Dispen- %pECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA, one two- three bedroom rt-
$55; 4 green bamboo screens, sorv from 8 to 12 noon, 4674. PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85 meit. Hot, cold water. X 3
kitchen table," coimbinalion de-k r- I S AL round trip $135 (15 day limit) 4941 ,
and bookshelf All. terns con bc rOR SALE / $165, good one year; to L 0 S
seen at 1573-F Gayovan Rd Mon- ANGELES one way, $159.25 round FOR RENT:-Two bedroom fulhw
day thru Friday 4-30 to 7 00 ana Boats & Motorg trip $268.64 (90 day limit). Pan apartint in Bella Vista. Nbi' s
Saturday all day ama Dispatch Service, 36 Avenida Me Sel Ave. Justo Ara*reta
FOR SALE--Rusel Wright dishes FOR SALE:-22 foot fishing cruiser. Nocional (Automobile Row). Tel. 71- .,Call 2-2341. .
mahogany dining table with chairs. 65 H. P. Wills sea leap motor. Panama 2-1655. FOR RINTi New twob t
mahogany dining table with choir.;. Perfect condition. Sleeps two. Call a-aatTen, garage, mald _-,i
tw open mahogany book cases Stanlev.y. Balboa Yacht Club, 2693 FOR SALE g e, *id
Phone dvs 83-3110. or Panama 223412LE gon, hot water include& 'l
-OR ALE:- Roll-away bed ,th- &-streat and Eusebio Morale A .,
mattress. mchogony table, hog- LOST & FOUND MiceslaneBOl Rosite Building .
any telephone stand and stool. O-___ _____________r FOR SALE:-Paints, furniture, ena- FOR NENTI Furnished a
small baby's bed and mattress. Cot' LOST:-Speed Graphic Camera 3 '/4 mel for metal, cedar lacquer, dark fo?' iree months. Campp,
Pad. Thermos iugs. floor lamp x '4 with flash fttchment end stain. 2229-C, Curundu. Call 3-4720.
e gectric Hair Dryer, Travel Ircn and G LI ht Meer ine rewn Cose. FOR SALE:-Marine Ship-to-Shore FOR RENT:-Modern apartment ino
Ironing Board, Waffle Iron. Bath- REWARD for the einen Chat ra-
room Scng eo Records, 25 cycle o t rEs it De No. 51 Matiep n Are- or mobile 50 watt transmitter. In- best residential district. Two bew-
room ccieo-, Rtecords, 25p o cycle turns it toemene No. 51 Maeleen Anama quire 2-3341, Ancon. room. Livingroom and diningreom.
console rodio-ictrolo. polled smeno St. or telephone Panama e -" Large front porch. Kitchen. Lagn-
plants, misc. items. 593-X Mmndi 3-4657. FOR SALE -Transmitter 60 watts dryroom. Hot water throughout.
Street. Ancon, Road to Gas Station. 25 Cy. cw-Fone made for all bonds, Water heater furnished. Screrned.
"CR SALE:-l Sectional Sofa, mod- Wonted Position lke new. Coils. tubes, crystals, ex- Maid's quarters. Garage. F
arn. Large Kroehler Armchair. -- trash. Small xmitter for conv. to their information phq 345
Youth Chaoir. 26" girl's bicycle WANTED-Office clerk for invokicl VFO. One Elncor beam and one
Yellow Head Parrot. Occasional shoerthend-typing, filg. Shou folded dipole. Pipe to erect beam, FOR RENT
Chair, modern. Monkey Cage. For have perfect knowledge English one super-pro 779-A. One dna- FOR RENT
further information call Albrook and Spanish, Shorthand both lan- mic rruke, ll.$160.00. 3-273i o R
2198. guages. elementary accounting. Ex- 1814-C. Old Cristobal. 1948 C
S -AE W i ~- perienced person preferred. Send FOR SA.:-_Pidno, canW b seWM, Cu- UR RENT.;-Beautifully fiAnlshd
o SALE :-Westinghouse refriger- your appiation with full detells rundu, 2nd. St. 2029-A. Phone 83- room for couple, kitchen privileges -*C
ar 9 cu. ft. 25 v. rce to P. 0. Bon 1903, Penme. tin 6172. Bella Vista. Mexico Avenue, 69
$100.00- Call 2-30S Balboa salary desired end references, near 43rd. St. Phone 3-0553. 19
0778-B, Williamson Place after Ask About Our 190
4:00 p. r'. THRU STRIKES FOR RENT:-Bella Vistp, clean fur-
CHRISTMAS CLUB nished room. Kitchen facllit4s. 1950 C
FOR SALE Y Schooteacher "Bazor Americana" Electric rfriigemtor. 43rd St. No.
Panama & Colon 13.
Ral Estate Tt FOR SALE:-Nearly new: 4 Torpical FOR RENT 3
'R--' E"- FTOU~l ^URNISHID'm L = . suits size 38. 4 Full Suits size 38.
APARTMNT near bea-h ct S-, Remington 5. Portable typewriter.
cliff Acres, with thiir ler V t M 'd uIli fR Frilgiprlsi St. house 0428 Apt. S. ._ _
electricity. Property mqFeage fs .. Cglf 9 a. m. to 12. FOR ~~ t 953 ymouthl
property will pay itself wrth;n 4 BANDUSKY, 0., July 27 (.) ,N W deliver and pck- C
years. PRICED TO SILL at $5,OC0 -A 53-year-i.ld New Y or k Sp. r h. B f. G. E. Aty
00 tash or $6.000.00 en terms. 'srhoolteecher today announced n W Zor S bwy St.. W.lmn-i t F
Corl' Psey, phone Balboa 2756 r,ians to become the first person WI. toit
-- ~ to awim across Lake Erie. EDi p lh Tn r i- n f
Edlucalrs Asked wiam sdo,. of White- s Up To 15( ED
stone, N.Y., said he will make his NEW YORK, July 27 (UP) M e a iu
Fuassault onLakepEr tie MondayNew York City's subway fares
IAlug Procedure doap e odca- ,, pto1 ntata
---- .......... Irtion Instructor at Brooklyn- "wA i _tendto renhike t sobe-ta._ I 9I
E. ._ ..a .. .. (N..Y. Tech Institute. plans h tame a.reh.ike oi owe _W CL.
SRe ubvesi s im from Point Pelee, jutting s a nee an t y A rcno"
out from the Canadian side of It was the second increase on P aa r Colon
WASHINGTON. July 27 IUP) the lake to Cedar Point, a city-owned transit lines in 59 WANTED.-i.i.Major quarters before *
-The Senate in ernal se urityno, rthwestern Ohio resort area. yearsP From 1894 to 1948. patrons .Augusit ,0t.1 rellble American 190 B
ubrommttee supgested today .he distance s 2 miles and rode or five cents. The fare was couple. M' ,M-r. Call Balbo
tht educatorsfind some way toPelee about dawn trailed by ahiked to 10 cent on July 1ted1948.
We subversive teachers whose 'nd in an d expe t^ The Dew t crease is expected
Connections with communism rend a and eed o to make the transit system self- Fren ,mand 1950
S"not easily legally lovable. reach Cedar Point about 8 p.m. sustalning. i
we "noteslegcodr n Sadlos swim is being sponsor- .
The, Iroup's second report on ed by his Canadian coach, Pat- Transat employes reported that MOrdfl tn
subversive infiltration in educa- rick V. Roach of Toronto, who the change from coins to tokensa -. -
tion said school officials should said "Bill doesn't get warmed up on the subway and "EL" system Of F :iOsts L
fevise "procedures" by which until he's gone 10 miles." went off without any major dIf- V
:,ey could "eliminate teachers' "It will be tough." Sadlo ad- faculties. AlNl. ) The
bo demonstrated their unsuit- mitted. "there's no tide to help rTe.h a nced to-
pilMity ... because of their col-'out." The increased fare was begin dm It has or WW evacuation of 14NG .,
ation with the Communist .ected in cash on buses foa r sm allnor.heast of
spi y." he swimmer said no prize or troleIs e rate by the city'. her. trategic- 190 P
.si- y wager was Involved but added hei1 .' ra ty, any
The report said "the great ".loped the teat will revive pro 8tB t could buy five tW n said 19g1
1 fority of present-day eret imming." e at time at any subway tarly9 5rri1ed out
me c "nlb with fHed. Evans, an official of the r "B."'Bhange booth. Or al- early n ', it h ou0
Ssuffiielent to justify le l" ut 3 Is aganada's national 1a lnc e o g b g:
M da and that's why Sadlo ehujr'was Increased yes-TO
oked t at day." tewy a dfo in a newt batch of tok- ger toUa ts the French
Thus. the committee said "t p adlo who ils a grandfa- ens. uived from the manufac- l a to initive in
upon the educatorthem-ther said he was pronounced fit t ... ect th The id the four 94 N
iWem to devise riterle and bY Dr. W Barton of Toronto. workers expect thei .The. a-d .
by Dr. W. E. Barton of Toronto "t he fIrst reularPos twan the right
Methods to deal with teschbes ..................... b. t" toay. he f..s .t- bank of th oSTr in the
w lose adherence to the Commn i working? day following the Sontay gma mteas 1952 C
t confirac though not es- changeover. of here. 1 2
k er able makes them ITTIU II ------- 1962 C
mrall pnfl7to teach as well a .
.threat to national security." LaOrence Tie rney RM A state
iN~ eta~ qt tncriniipt -" I _.+,Ag.in Has Run-In o-" ._ .
1 A teacher who Invokes hi Agbin HBs Run-in Baer, buckv
S "an deny membirl tro 't In' -a-\ With The Law locked I : dshootn
"nit orrlgration b a a D away rt P with hi
eo0atituted aiu thority. vio MW YORK, 5Jlv25 (UP) p i
trust and forftte, .s Acto Lawrence erneryq, f
Wisbane p he retoraid.' mou for a ol wportrysa of
y uth,"tnh tee cuds gunman John DiMngr and for
'.its tbconmnitte Pald -that S in covmmerclls make it nuinerious real-lifte bsh It M

Ino irv. Of that rme-, ** charge. 1
and psserted their conrtt-. Police said Tierney, 22 was p-
M o1I orivllewe rainst possi- LEGAL NOTIE' bout to zhix it up a bit with p .t finger-.
aelf-in'rillnatlon. A Michael Sands, a 24-year-old -;
.- the N". the report said. 40 former boxer, on the corner of _.__= ,.,. i_ .f
facultvy member. at dl=f- UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 52nd Street and Broadway. wvryong .g ..Ja., nOr' nl
!ot.inlnversitles. The nthnl's Ui ted ,,, ,NAL ZN... ... oEt t Indlvrf*.*l!B< l l. E
In secondary shnoos or Di.trct t e C.-M z. ., Patrolman Jamu MeDer.nnott ...n-_ ...-
other education jobs. B Del DIve.. said both men were "sterous, Wr ptM f., hwrin
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preset for the c eoihhy. So
were Baseball Comailioner
Ford Frick, other baseball of-
ficials. and Hall of Fame mem-
bers cy Young, Ed 4 Walsh. Rog-
ers Hornsby, and Ty Cobb.
In the afternoon, the Cincin-
nati Redlegs and the Chicago
White Son meet in the 13th re-
newal of the Hall of Fame game;
The Redlegs are managed by
Hornsby, only memer of -the
Hall of Fame still aeti in base-
"O1' Diz," as Dean called him-
self, is the 18th pitcherto be
picked. His .644 wen-lost mark
of 150-83 ranks -him behind
Lefty Grove. Babe Ruth, Christy
Mathewson and Mlorde ca
Dean was the National
League's strikeout leader daring
four seasons with St. Lois Car-
dinals. His single-Kami total of
17 on July 30 1 a the
Chicago Cubs. a. In
1194, he won 30' gamA and. lost
only seven to earn the League's
most valuable pl tropy.
Simmons. a lefteldeer, Is the
13th member of the Philadel-'
phia Athletics to be admitted to
the shrine. He batted .390 in
192'? and was named the Amer-
ican League's moet valuable
player in 1929.
Stipmons won the batting
crown In 1930 and 1931, inning
Nap Iajole and Joe DIMagglo a
the only three-rlhthandedt lt-
ters to win the title in two sue-
celtve years..
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New York's fervent and heartfelt salute to Ben Meam
rally tends to .evke.teehnical a&d academic disemsemas
lug his true plane la he al-time'getf rankg.
How good Hogan really is, however, and whether
have beaten the glamoreIh Bobby Jones in the GeorsAant 'M
are questions which Pop Knickerbocker today has rellMtflf
secondary consmderatlt ,
Th greatest metropolis in the world has forgotten abo.e.Mi "
muggy heat, the Increased subway fare, and Itsuulp lq JU "
ments to extend the hand of welcome to a peeti trh Jt
whom the man In the street admires chiefly for his
Hogan, happens to be the greatest golfer In current
tlon. Sports-minded New York long had wanted to e kprei'I.
admiration of him as a man and a golfer. His brilliant vld
in the British Open at Carnoustle finally provided the l
board. -
Behind Ben's success abroad, behind the three US. O ~ "
ehnampionshlpj won by him since 1960, is the lving, vibrant ev l-
dpnee of triumph over misfortune, and victory ear haddap. t -,'
Ben Hogan story furnishes the supreme human asegory.
In February, 1949, as Ben and his wife were driving ft m .
Phoenlir to Port Worth, a bus charged out of the early moehftg.
log and crashed Into the Hogans' car.
"If Bea survives, he will never be able to play gelft ags Wr
was the message which went across the country.
In 1950, 191 and 1953, Hogan wbn the US. N O ow,. .
cap it all, the British Open. "Never will be able" happua IaI M
to be in Ben's pattern of life. .

Once Newsboy, Now on Way to MiBen
The Hogan story is an Intriguing one as an American su S~ *s",
epic, apart from its golf connotations. Ben was the sco 4t .
three children. His father, a none too prosperous blacllfb
died when the boy was only 8.
Ben's mother held the little family together through de
ate'times. He sold newspapers in Fort Worth. Then he cadS4,.
at Glen Gardens. A kid named Byron Nelson was one df his
at that clb. .
Step by step, Ben came up the hard war. In 1935, he get ,*
jdb as pro at a nine hole course near Fort Worth. The chief at- -
tractions at this club were games of chance. Ben had a lot of
hours tq himself, and he practiced shots. It was at this time-
that he developed hi4 precious habit of deep concentration.
Twice Hogan was force& to abandon competitive Invasions C'-
the East and the Pacific Coast, and sell his car in order to eat,
In K Bon married Valerk. It is impossible to estimate -
how mqaiZnflenee se hibs uercised on his life in general, and .
his golf emees In particular.
It was be-use of Valerie that he came very near passing up
the trip to Chtnoustire In 1949, when he went to England for thb
Ryder Cup matches, Ben was admitted into the main clubhouse
only became he sought shelter from a rainstorm. His wife IV
the strange social code over there was ~pt out.
They say Ben Hogan, who knows the valhe of a dollar if eer
a il pro did, has his first halt million. They add he will not.
sto tire. More power to the onetime newsboy.
.G hof a Thive .
Co__s I.. v;a. out the "
stopped LANt *r4 that e nhga t at the 1lo ounite,
ty of w r Joh ? ow

wl have ber n uttedultspnw.
e M kfefr of all tmU e because he repreagi 4
e. Iepitme of in a sport which has made Incredible s AM :I ,
snese '4aoes'was king. j1
Roan daout especially as a placer of drive. iwi w !e
long iteta Sammy nmead, for example. But none so a scour m
.Re Hogan shot has been well thought out. He takes
tim makes his decision, and sticks to it. .
n.the past, we had a lot of great touinuapet winners tde i
proipeMed iaefly beae their rivals made a lot of mlatits. ..
dfel'b eant so strongly qa thui margin of error. He wing on .
own superlatives. This pattern of success certainly stobd oat St_
CaR is.t .. ,.*.
7%0 moar rugged the going, the better does this 41-year-eld
merapper iplay.
tPop l ickerbocker was proud to give Ben the supreme ticft
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Presidential candidate, enters
a formal party at Buckingham
Palace. The party was given by
Queen Elizabeth. Princess Mar-
garet and Prince Philip were
also there. Stevenson joked
with the Prince about the
hardships of public life be it
royalty or politics.

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Wife At Door

ENID, Okla., July 27 (UP) -
linld's moon-minded slee. walk-
hi housewife did It again early
But a photographer's flash-
bulb woke up the 27-year-old
somnambulator just as she hit
the front door. And she did not
wlid up nude WL treetop Uke
h did idurinr ln l'month'a full

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Seek Ike's 'Forbidden
BERLIN, July 27 (UP) An paper bitterly attacked Western
estimated 100,000 hungry E a t officials for their "sabotage" alid
Germans poured across the bor- there were predlction the bor-
der into West Berlin today to der would be sealed,
get "forbidden" food offered un- One Communist action at the
der President Eisenh9wer's relief weekend was to erect a barbed
proprlm. wire barricade more than a mile
Residents of all parts of the long between the FtMch sector
Soviet zone crossed the open of Berlin and the IBqiet zone in
East-West city border and en- the Frohnau area.
tered West Berli by foot, rall- West Berlin pellp al In the
way and subway on the first day last few days the 0namite
of the two-week program. have been buy ~~g up
They lined up by the thousands other holes still a in th
before 11 West Berlin borough "zone of death" th-4tablish-
halls to get five -pound food ed between East West Gea -
packages. many. Thus far th P'ly open.
The West BerUih citv govern- Inc has been b it. aelf
ment set aside 1,000.00 pack- The Taegliche Rl`*achau of'
ages valued at $1,S250,00 under ficlal Soviet newspaper virtual-
program to earry out Prfel- yI rejected a plea by F .. high
dent Elsenhower's relief offer, commissioner Jameg B. Conant
But the flood of applicants was to Soviet high commlatoqer Via-
so great it was believed the dimir Semyonov not to interfere
number of packages mis g h t with food shipments.,
have to be be"eted. "Thebe provocateurs are say-
The Communists had warned ing Gersians only w wt to help
East Germans not to accent the Germani and that the Soviet
nackapes on the grounds they high cOlbmumiloner Is trying to
would be recruited as spies and prevent this" the newspaper said
e-botenrs. But the RedR did not in a frontage editorial entitled
close tb East-West citv border humanityy' as a political weap-
or interfere with the flow to the on."
West and back. But In reality Amearan fed
Earlier, during the weekend the is being distrbted b Amau i an
Communists had given East Ger- run Germaa agencle not as re-
mans a choice between hunger or li but for sabotage. ut as on
jail. une 17 an Ameiaan nlan wa
Both Soviet and Conmunlst caited out by Ame t
ironwgandist saild any hungry gagaters."
Soviet mot4 swede Whoe so- The Rundschau said the W At
cepted Pn Amerlean food pack- hopes to "lure" East Gerpmaus
ge wilU be treated a 7 MyWest Berlin "to get In eoahkpt
and saboteur In thr eit. with ageanta or to recruit agents
This was considered a cjear or to blackmail citizens of th*
warnin to Eat sotal ties ho 'i
their own side of the bordel.-W a ddcrte .
The official Comniulst new- " ;6L;', ;'m.r1 :

The woman's husband ex- pyu a Do&
plained that at the last moment a
be gave up elaborate plans to
revent her sleepwalking. They ee To
been on guard Frimy and
saturday night, and nothing
1appened, P .Yep r.Ol Wl U
Last night, the first after CLINTON. Ta.. July 27 (VP) -
the moon was full, the couple Dr. J. D. Hullinger became the P
decided to try to get a good father of an 11-pound son at the In
ilgh.'s sleep with the under- age of 92 today. He delivered g
standing that A. Y. Owen, Ok- the-child to his 32-year-old wife t
bIlhma City p h o tographer, nmealf. hu
would do the watching. Hullinger, a physician of 61 e
yeart practice, delivered the
Owen said that the woman a- child in his own home shortly h
ros from her bed shortly before after midnight. jif
3 a.m. and began a slow march As for having more children, a
to the front door. he aid he was '"rarin' to go." d
His wife, Ducille, was doing
With visions of a sequence sto- Just flne. he said. She asked, for g
y in pictures, Owen snapped his 0 cMAp of coffee and a roll im-
utter just as the woman mediately after the baby ar- Ma
reached for the front doorknob., s as
The flash apparently startled who said he has de-
her, she awoke and returned to ivted more than 3,000 babies,
bed. This morning, the wena lp ned to keep right on with al
did not recall the incident.A .
."I feel like I had a go~ what the
lnghtw's sleep," she said. .. o e when it W
d1o led I tMach 18 he ex-P
Tit last time the moon was 0 to be a father. w
fuI,' the woman deepwl .' -fellow ought to haPve a blg
right out of the houe while lst and that's what rn 1
ih le opt. Police founse C *J out on," Hullinger said
then 20 feet up a tree, pl aU ts time. "In just as good a
leaves in her birthday sut. man as any 60-year-old and
The housewife talks ab other sti can do a Lood day's work."
Me o free tha ulnger's first. -wife died
mo malady freely with i t- in 1952 of arthritis. He
ders andng her name w had two children by that mar-
eThe present Mrs. Hullinger
Balboa 'ride. hbd been his housekeeper.
S, nullinger said he was in good .
STuesday, July 28 shpe because "I never use
S LMW w]ky, beer, tea, coffee or to-
4:51 a. m. 11:07 a. m. baM o, and I Iret outdoors faora's
5:07 p. nm. 1::17 p.m. hunting anc fishing." Iv,

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To Wipe Out !
SHORT CREEK, Aria. JulV2 Leaders of the group, mem- rt
(UP) -Arizona sent more be of the comma l
100 officers into this ffort Plan," hotly argued that I
." of cultists to wipet a were within their r ha
slave factory"ractihlang their religion a,*
i- foundvillagthe r av udlng 'Fplural celesta mar.
I yard to surrender. log" I their own"
OT Howard Pyle, who Ma st of them subscribe to
theg rd2 month '- "f unlamentalist" doctrine
he was acting to their acc
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A. ... .jlr 7 (UP)
e a today er we mak-
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Wir tnvstUgatoa o tbOf way, W
9 of three- Pennsyvanla bem
tera In the wild Game .s
Capt 1. Matte o th
lea. a pair of bIn al=ra'*
leather Jacket belonging to
ad men had been found.
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el but. surely," he said.
edlco-legal expert Dr. Jeaw
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