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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01669
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Overseas Pay


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Civilians OKd


WASHINOTON, July 29 (UP)
House and Senate- conferees
decded- today apasto changin-
the praeet systn of overseas
lvn g allowances for federal
cvillan employes serving in
PU~tt Rico.' Hawal or other
United States offthboe areas.
RBut they wrote Into the con-
ference versalo othe Detense
Anlp atilons a- a provision
w lu .would d weptiv Puerto fR.
can Idlers taUoned n Puerto
,leo the presat 20 per ent
,evnmas bonus.
T n action bythe confeesu
presentedd a prom be-
tween House u bnate rI-
sals- with r to oveasea
,peGbonuses. .
PTe Hous had provided.for
a.' ble wa standard," which
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Plan To S/asK.


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US-rate Forc4


Reccomendatids by the GAO to the CongraessA
replace U.S.-rote employes with local raters wi
strongly opposed by the American Federation of
met Employes, Rfps Leveledy, national vice pres1d.
said today.
L.oveldy said that the organization would me.
every unce of vigor" to resist such a movement
opperoved by Conges.
Ms. Frances Lo.agmore, president of the Ua.I
States. itiesi Association on the CMnal Zone, chor-
that the Se to replace US employee withfi local f
"at on' bird the rite of pay" would shatorter the tr#
tional Agriton prDiiple of the "middle class." She W
it wault create oe t.e Zone a situation of a greup.
hlI%..lie4xec eslm on the one hand, and a hot of
t t Ie other.
y oration and maintenam.p-
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.MM.: allegations of a
So neral nAture." Bryan
j a of them -was seriow.
l wmever he would
SulVmitlation and ak-
1for specific
he. unsubstantiated
1c0
O dO e detail was given to
meeting. the second
OWe eaeflre became :ef-
e ,Reds said the .Ina-
was fired at 5:30 .m.
-'yl claimed no caM-
I k) envement reaebed
the U.N. wUill exchange
uiunlst orisoahers for
'W, ed captives. Including
13 over a one-
od.in
mur of war command
d the first batch of
ltrepatriptes would atr
Dort of Inchon about

said 3.600 North
U a 1200 Chinese madee
P. Thv left Kola-do,
do, Islands off the
an coast where the
yesterday.
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rom a "strange"
the'30 aick peo-
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a.- the hospital
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/m admitted to.
Wl-hubad. Howard
d out an her and
take action to seek
bld it' true." t"
also directs and
k asaid. wardad
two days ago. It wa
occurred J st s
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luband. Cot-
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The maximum mothl
The wsiza a jial rate ment was raised from
peisop al. he tressed, would be 45. These workers did notoi
salary acerdIiVg to th "Amer-* under he terms of the ts
enalnw of= dt iness In a, ment act of 1937.
forelan country."'


Netman added that any long
range-plan to fil polttlosl ow
held by U "-ratelr2w qllfoed
local raters '"naturally would


The commiee aso approved
a bill to extend the pifeuks
of the United States Po4t .=l46
to the -Canal. It provmde r
survivor neg aence c- UdedIS


take many years.1 the case of accidental death.
Lovelady said that although And the committee ror
the federation would o this to the floor a bill. to a rIN
particular recommendatto,. sup- the Panama Canal Company
port would be given to any."con- transfer the Canal an orsi-
structive" recommendatio that sl L to the Nav *.
would be an I aprovement a. the paiti r.


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STALLS AND SIZ8 S
Dear Sir:
I shore like to make trips to tho Pacleicside once SIa aIsl.
t gets gorta dal like here at Mindl Dairy. Routine ha dy weM
ea. Tr eaows geir d and took to pastuMre. T
M an by-produt. a baita take care of both. W
tnier. Set the milk ough.ana It keeps me mighty busy k6Wr
the bemaa. clean. I dolt nd that new high vittimne eoed -
are givir the caow newut, believe me, whm I.get to the Ad-
.mtnZ n Building an an official business trip, that air up
there aore smells funny. It paint any better, mind, its Just .J-
ferent. I aint shore I eve n like it.
I got' through about nine o'clock and went into the Persea
Office to admire them pew stalls they got there and 1y
nearly got tromped to death. Looked like a fire drill
South Arkansas county chool. Everybody was on there yrns tS
I couldn't get nobody to tell me nothing but yknow t a l
stalls is right pretty. Different sizes two. You can look dwwn tA
walls for medium size personal executives. Big closed in Vstea i
&mall aae personal exe stives. Large size stalls with reel bl
walls for medium size personal xecuUvs. Big closed in staff Me
great big executives. ow that's a good system and I gogma rec-
ommend the samne thin~ r indi. You can Jlst tell by the sle
of the stall how good the executive is and you can list tell how
Important you are by the M s of the stall they send you tw .
Now at Mndi whar I work, in gonna put the beat ceaew m
e stall and that hld make them feel more impoerta
giv milk. An the more milk they gives the better at"
tay the e eaowh In the smaller stalls will t"y ti
larger stall and jive pne milk. And that will be a good
atw Iadd dt tJhl wrI sm Im xonna put in fer an empliesp
gestton award. m ulknow.
Slnce other. w nboy In the Personal office I went eai
a g.to g me a e '-coffee and Gorah there w as *W IM per
anlal fleAre A nd and all the decimal pdInt pushisa w a
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PUEISeD T ev THE PANAMA AM WICAN Pinim INC.
.PSUDLmED my NE.SON WOUNSEVLL a* .loll
NARMOOIO ARIAS, EDITOR
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THIS I TOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


ITHE MAIL BOX


The Mail Box s oan open forum for readers of The Panama Amer-
kes. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi-
dential manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the


Clement Attlee


Must Believe


In Super-Magic

BY BRUCE BIOSSAT
Cleien! Attlee, leader of the
Britisn Labor Party, doesn't
think the proposed big-power
talks at the foreign minister
level are a good' substitute for
the top-level discussions sug-
gested by Sir Winston Churchill
last May.


next day. Letters are published in the order received. Attlee's arguments are a trifle
Plems try to keep the letters limited to ene page length strange. He leels a foreign min-
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. waters' meeting would glil cm -
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements o0 pinions cause the West and Russia have
expressed in letters from renaers taken irreconcilable positions
o on the crucial issue of Ger-
many's f tuLre
WHY NOT SET UP CZ COLONY IN A STATE OF THE UNION? But he imagines the heads of
.Sir the big powers could somehow
Here Is one zure wav to Ret action here on this Canal Zone surmount this difficulty by cobt-
I'll ask you one and only one question. Who runs our USA sidering It in the larger settml
government' One answer ana only one Is: political power o01 a world-wlde aettement.
Here Is your remedy.
Our Unsleu States Citizens Asoclation can take that $50,000 To be sure, Sir Win on him,
or $60,000 collections to the USA and buy several acres of ground ell seems to have had rat
in some large state which allows absentee voting. Then deed Jaith in the idefaof a top-evel
each member a small piece of ground which will give us all a n the wishrence Butl dream o ans partlygng
vote in some county and state. Fellow Americans, 10,000 or 15,000 the wishful dreaants to crown
blanket votes can swing anv county election or even may swing a _statesman who wants to crown
state election. a tremendous blow uor lasting
One thing for sure. It will sure bring us some action in Wash- tremendous blow lasting
ington. If the man from that part of the state don't help the peace.
Canal Zone. he sure won't get our votes. Insofar as it is a realistic
This will also give us a States address and we can also come proposair Winsion recognizes
under that Revenue Law which says that if you are overseas 18 pp oal. tie .sart itc reIotnle
yuanclaaaxtre"nd.L the start It caJn be litUe
n months you can claim a tax refund. more than a probing of Soviet
.* Think this over. intentions to determine how
mc* --tnaI Mo n I. tha
muchL.~ s b t nl. thfUg AM lU L


WHO PAYS PILOTS SALARIES?
Diablo, C. Z.


* This is for Weary Willie.
I'm writing this to you as Sadeye says he is saving his right
and for something else in the near future.
In you letter of July 23rd Mall Box you seem to have been a
title off in the last sentence ipar 61 as Sadeye says it probably
ay be called deep sea fishing but he suspects that the trip will
primarily for an Inspection of the fishermen who pull into the
market each morning for the purpose of determining how well
ey will qualify as piota for the Canal service.
Pilots' salaries just cannot go on unmolested unless the em-
3oyes' rent is given another hike or replacements are found at
iut two thousand bucks'per annum.
We think the smell is already better out here so you won't
ave to wait until the new outfit is OKd by the pusinell divisahn
r the figures have given an Einstein result by the auditors.
Com On Out Feller Quickly.
I.- Poke-eye
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Jin.IU uw oLsaceJlaC W X o bs LUe
Kremlin's "new mood of peace."
For that purpose, talks at the
foreign minister level can serve
as a useful preliminary.
Attlee's faith. in high-level
conversation, however, appears
totally blind. It sl the faith of
a man seeking a universal sol-
vent for all the world's ills.
He evidently believes that
three or jour men rgpresent-
ing powei Jul nations:'Can, vir-
tually at a single strAe, brush
away the great issues and
usher in a period of peace and
enlightenment.
Not slnce Brithin's prewar
Luoor Patty leader, Ramsay
MAc- nald, tolled lor dsarma-
ment without atta ;.in.?, the'
problems that make men arrm,
has the world seeit such de-
pendence upon the notion of &
grand panacea.
I Very possibly the inst lutloq
of the top vel nfere' la
today an world diplacy. I imies thot
all the nations, 6g al small
will abide by the decisions of tne
Big Three or the Big Four. .
1 In wartime they may, since
the conditions of global conflict
tend to focus power lin the
hands of a few great leaders.
But peacetime il something else.
What assurkneed could we
have that any Russian promises
regarding East Germany or
other Soviet satellltse cOad be
delivered, In the light of the
unrest In those territories?
There's .-more to it than Just
the question whether the
heads of the biq powers cel
really speak /or others. There's
the matter of whether they
speak honestly.


President Eisenhower has de-
manded evidence of Russian
good faith. We made a malor
concession when we agreed to
the foreign minister talks with-
out such evidence. But thie
problem seems to trouble Attlee
and some others very little.
We had Big Three talks at
Teheran, Yalta and Potsdam.
They symbolize a string of
broken Russian promises, prom.
laea, that were made to be
broken. It Is a source of worider
that responsible men can now
have an high a hope for an-
other s ah conference.
Attlee actually is suggesting
we put out trust in a special
kind of magic.
But we would need a super-
Houdhit to spirit away the
armed migbt and alms of con-
quest which make Russia the
oontlMing menace it is.


a moo He o
"Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attracts w w r horse b
a following ibis Pewderl tha
Of prospects mighty fine! OA Tl6111Nro thu R Sam
als .boiw*-"*Am~Pemdu dew. m! the Rone
What's more . he signs Ir A --_ be.-'g fam 5 nnmdiddll murder,
them quickly -f u i es ahore l
On the dotted linel- d c iv tbh
came *6
er 1H rso wk., it H & spired ft
Your classified ad will at- m S e i rL Majao
p, ua i~,~ b ms A es fed. over 0
tract v nirade ofli eMiMpro. o m.-ta. where wi
pects because everven A ing PoN
Panama and the CAMl. ota S
Zone reads P.A Wqt 4 A* '
regularly. Iry them no* ootc
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Voul ,e
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WASHINOTON-.-(N Al)- J. Lawton Col- to tell .hinm
lines, Army Chief of Stavf; 8l ltera. Rbew. everybody k
soN assistant secreta'1y7 t .tJte, rr Far tzn tary -a suA
Affairs, flew to Korea on the ~..de lte MaL problezn C
end of June. Seaftry Rlbe4tteon w a21Mdlfd It fhe be
zo' h% now ftmnou armUisle taks with Korean res~4reldte
p g it Rhee. IP nHt. alh
Durtug u ed8 th at t.- o. Q RAud
ertw would p bly rtiIn, a feP* .R
days, The general hoped they eMli .ome' b hii a T_ r
toeer i
obertm* hesitated a m e a
Ing andO oberVed, ot ..
lmpoe buy uven a suit of othg Ig k fewt tun
da He. didn't think he would be colaFhg bao Vr
Uve*a4-turned out exae t way, om i
completed his business with, thelita in It
order and the) winged back to Untl 8 .
Ro!t Stayed twon week ..
Bt~te icdtent madlb t
ce- was. in concl S
the. CMumunits and getting g i toai. A g he
withtl 7. : ,'
AsW oo nlor American tr pr '
tweed 1'Chines Nationalisti a la Co r...'- *J.
at the Bd of World. War' n. e.r r oto *na
know fM*Piing about how thotOrlen anqM
wor" k";".- .** "" .'fl W. MH
ifh" well acquainted qtth Mao T- erTornMer"
te, t comnmunit prqilfiit1 and with ..Oi.th do
Ch n,,a, Lah premle. .. .. .t6aRlA.a
iThe AM wican diplomat spent aya in eoner- aM inrl 1
en wth tem, and spent weekends at. thes r tht
headqlqrttn. He leaid to rMegt thos men q_. '"
for lukt wih4 they are and hee wrne" you cant' iMatly.
nitdo blt Lwft h Commuinits. .' .g .
In refers 3at war expert aences withad fHe.t iotp

nee a nar of Americ pp etly tried period.
9 00,8 pu A as proud an d It au firm o r
w bell cavnletoDs M PA Co u- mkat to l
I nist I V. In theinM. ecu~eus i
Delors: 0 began his eonforpcea with f iM!t dlplOl
thee. I n="Or of American apparently tried period.


Just how to handle the
now how. to handle Url,
po".di t..:batr obedrv.d,
i tore -.it agn't that.A


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by and saW. t i o=sf'rough cha3meti41U.5 .
The -Im tef tsitsma holds that a leopard can- 4 unload'4t f acco and Vansetti *leT" he
not chu pl ota. Neither can a bi racketeer figured,W-z "d d away to the station I e to
(thoui. IX a millionaire) lose the lar- give the .alrM. Dwyer pursued In h s, eOr,
cenoj atriC that helped him get there. He can ready to ygl*e iStle ftty "BiD OUS"t
be megmdno about paying his Dbil. on time, quiet but- w, to late. In five mtnute
and mais oor honesty in many ways than the pler wa aivlt police. .
averagr.i -' .,y, but the larceny almost always
remains- him. to come to the surface in the t f
s*tran t wft Buoy S el-w wanted for que. *tatW .
--- murder oneand..the. law couldn't


k SherMpan, who ended up in a
pit. was an example.
ni tic big shot a few years
:beautiful Broadway cabaret, a
adnye house, several race horses.
.4esuual appurtenaces of the
*Iw a mammoth bettor, and al-
or a big touch from anyone who


* Miatmi Beach, he went Into a
with a friend. WFen they
rds, Chink ally reach-
Obat and palled out a box
t have been worth three
swiped for Il-'' h ex-
Mldtalkt pal the asokes.
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Shipping & Air Line News Vacation-Boun ong
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42 Passengers To Return iliteinoon The complete ad- Slsin A l
A total of 162 passengers were Oance pas.-enger list follows: r
scheduled to sail yesterday aft- Palliel Abbo. Mrs. Rita Acoca: * "
ernoon from New York for tiTe Miss Maiisol Acoca; Mi and -
linal Zone on the Panama liner IMrs Ros A Alditch and two WASHINOTONi -July 29 (UP) oAct ht -of thi
hPpnma, according to the ad-ichildrpn. Ml and Mrs K F. The vacation-bouna Con- pro 01 1 adl.
vAnce passenger list received at Bichmetei: Miss, Louise Bohl- gress passed three money bills ide salgfred fik
Balboa Heights. 'mann. Mr. and Mrs Arthur C. totalling $2.628,422,750 for-Id- P are bills to.
Most of the passengers on the Boweis. .ir.. and two children; erald agencies yesterday Dut, pgt Def Departmti-'
S.S. Panama are Canal employes Mi. Emilia F Bradford: Mr. asde three other measure~ Jug -Commerce d
aild families returning to the and Mrs Donald Bravton and tinat might have blocked ad-. G t relief, for
Zone after leave of absence inl tj ochilciinii. Dr and Mrs Jack journment this week. le Uve branch.
the States..The ship is scheduled R Biokkeh and child: Mrs. Main development In the a ta l neiy
to,arrive in Cristobal Monday Kathryn R Cain: Mr and Mrs. pigeon-holing department was
Genree Capwell: Ml.s Grace A ioimal annuunc..r-enL by the T aamgy" ..RHit
SClePment. Miss Dorothyiv L Cot- Hoube Post i ouce Committee. y -.-proM .'(ict{
Stone: and Mr and Mrl James inat theie will be no action or abor De i '-
C-rofell this session on President Slsena- t oe' the A
Mi 1 lnd Mis. Jame, Edgar: lower's request lotr pos5ta ra6 Wte, plus '$13. A "
Do, id Edar George Eggart' Mr mincicases ree $44 "
and Mr. Harry C Egolf and: -- for n e p ng
ltun, children. Mr and Mr But tl. President wGa a leg. as ral Cammu
LJACO WY ON BRIDGE Waltri C Fedde. Mr and Mr. i.-lauie ioujy ou another one n and the- OlVl
riC W Field Sr. and four'u, hi *'iiuaL nemrs Mast 1 e o tionm ahd $144
BY OSWALD JACOBY childirn Mr and Mrs Fin, it House vo.ea immeJialt onsafdhs for trict of Col
Written for NEA Service C Flomeru and three children: ation of a bill to admit 240,000
Mi and Mrs George P Full- buiupeana. moat oi themli re- n wad
man and son: Mr and Mrs. i igees, it the next thiep years. (R- ) 6f the Hour. Po
NORTH 7 W I H Gaines; Edward Galla-, ''Fe Housr and Senate passed nie Committee said the'
AA964 pher Mr: and Mrs. William and sent to 6Ile White .Hose Erate l.U will be "the first .
A96K Gai'dette: George E Girard: Mr.Iiiscal 1954 money bills for the of business" when C
*A 10652 and Mis William F Gradv; Labor Department. aid E.-L.'t- me 'aghln in January.-
4 1074 Rev Francis D. Grande. Mr. meant 01 Hcaltli. Education Sand
S EAST7 4 and Mrs. Philin T. Green: Mr. 'Wellaie. the District of Colum-
4 173 482nd Mrs Alcide R Haliser and bia, and a gioup "o i4deped-, IL LI
'QJ.73 82 three children: Mr and Mrs. ent federal agencies .
TQ?975 Q1082 Clint M Holcomb: Mr. and Mrs."
'i? "9A853 Chas J Holmes and two chil- Icuttlect besides the potal ^ a
(D)iT 5 SOUTH () "Mrs. John E. Jackson: Mi.q left in the Senate interior com- .
SAKQ8105 Marearet Jackson: Miss Cynthian mttee after approval by p .
VAJ843 Jackson: Mr and Mrs Carl A House. and the Nlagara pow ;r, I l
SJohns n: Miss Evelyn John'on: bill, also approved b rthe douse' .
Mrs M nreft Kain. Dr. andi but stalled in the- senate Pub-
N- orth-Suth vul Mrs Fiank Kal n"kikv Mr and'li. Works Conmittee .
uh West North East Mirs William Kohlmann and
S -Pass 2-4 Pass, tvo children: Mr. and Mrs Ed-: Mr Eisenhower scheduled a Man fble' ..1Ns
4 '"Pass 44 pass 'ward lelizmnn: Mr. and Mrs meeting with Republican leg-t wI*in& -
4 Pass Pass Pass Morris Kleigman: Mr and Mrs islative leaders tomorrow' to'' i dkvhehos a big
Opening lead-462 Walter Landman; Miss Tillie discuss adjournment prospects.
Linetsky; Miss Ida Linntsky: Mr. Congress now has completed
'and Mnr Anthony Robert Lom- ,
.Prola- Mics Helen McCarthy:
I you want to make six spades Miss F'"nces McLaughlin: Miss '
a today's hand, shoulu ouiMartnrip" Madden: Mr. and Mrs r r
to establish hearts or uia- David T Mrknn 'and two rhil- i
nas as yuur chief ide sutn?drer: I adv'if A Maurer- Mrs
en the hand was actually JT.Aniir terchant- Mlss Sheila F. fit
yed, South decided to go aft-1Mitten: Mr and Mr; Lyil B
e amonds because tne suitMorau: and Leonard E. Nord- re L .
was both longer and .stronger ling .
.t nhe hearts. Miss Patrtria O'Mehonev-y Mrs a S
ast took the first trick \\ith Gertrude Parnell; Willard E. N|S
ace of clubs and returned Percy: Mrs Marraret R. -Peter- ,
suit. Soutn winning with the son: Thomas C.Peterson.: Miss take a
g. Declarer led a heart to tne Mary relest --Po*ell: John F *
g, drew three rounds u1 R3r" Salvrtore Pinildn: Mr .
t, ips, and cashed teace aG u n' "n I' Pobrt- Dr. F.r
rts to see if tne queen would land R Wrt. Iw1ni lRib nn: ** i
I. When it didn',. he toOK the Misc T Illtar..-F. OPe:' itW-. and
g and ace of diamonds and Mrc Herman Rothqteln: DP'ld d '
tinued by rolling a diamond. Rotbstein- Mr. and Mr'. Ru- a-,, .
w neither sult could be doluh W. Rubelli: Mrs. Helen L. Mo.Pe
ught in, and the slam wa Rushin: Mr And Mrs Newson 1$ ThS. O
med. A Rvin and Phild: T. Frank U6T
he point that South oier- Srhenbereer' Mr and MrT: n)- .
ked was that he could allord Ivid .Senrtp Jr. and twn rhil- O
ruff hearts tv ice witl low drVI" M.i MTaryv .Ph=nrd: Mr
aps in the dunty. increase he and Mrs. .Treme P Shirrlv an .. .l
[ 't rb" "Tfi dian i1t," '*I? M"Wl rtl-ff i6 Y
only once in his o'n hand. This 'Dr nd Mr- Herbert Spertell; .
more than made up for the dif- Miss Erene Snifter: Miss Sadle fam ke -
terence In length and strength, E. Soringer: Dr. and Mrs. Ml- Pleasant,
between the two suits chael J. Takos and two children: "P ut r" the gentle
After South wins the second Mrs. Lucille Torteneon and two '. .ta.saeed daesy.tem s
trick with the king of club, the children: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J is "" pclarly for chldre
correct continuation is to lead to Waldorf: David Ynhros: Mrs -,nyie= with a seaiach.
the king of heartg.pnce, draw'DorQthb Yost and daughter; "geli= e .ey mot frq ,
one trump with..thle king, andnCarlox Zelanka: and Fulbio T.
tfuff a heart in dunimy. Dummy 'Zingaro. lene "
hext takes the acc ao spades' and: or
South sets back to.hls hand with He Liked It '
the king of diamonds to ruff aq- .,
other low heart. KNOXVILI E. Tenn gUPi .
When this second ruff sue- Fl ht-vear-old William Lively
cered. South is hone He regains 'iited hIs brother and .sister at 1.- l-
the lead in the safe;t posdbleJ.Tohn Tarleton Insrituite-a home -
way by ruffinL a club with the for dependent children. He had
-ten of spades. It is then eacy to i fine time Tbh next morning. Soldibotls -
draw the last trump with the relative; uith whom William was fr Cw/ gfrja ial
queen of spade, cash the ace llvin- reported him mizinn, He S l t
and jsack of hePits. and then wasn located at the Institute SPECIALLY RECOMM an k A
take the last trirk In durlimy.where he arrived his clothes SPCK EADALLEOUVlNSWSGi AMnO
with the are of diamonds. packed. in time far breakfast. oIfcADACHE.ULmIsuviW dus STfl ON,.

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Mr. and Mra, Kennedy are
leaving the next day to reside
In the States, as e Is retiring
from the Maintenance Division.
Mrs. Kennedy is the former
director of Girl Scouting on
the Isthmus and Mr. Kennedy
has been prominent In Legion
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Friends of the well-known
couple are cordially invited
to eaU between 7:30 and 9:30
p.m. to bid them farewelL
Mrs. Basted C e0Im ented
With Uver Dollar Shower
Mrs. Vilma Husted, of Pana-
ma City, was the honored guest
at a silver dollar ibower giv-
en by Miss JilaU Lamr at the
home of her slater and. broth-
er in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James
Butler, Jr, of Colon.
Pink and red earations were
used to center the tea table at
which Mrs. Tomar Lara presid-
ed at the tea servIce and Mrs.
James Ford serd punch.
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Leavlag F er Penasylvania '
e holding Open House at their Mr. and Mrs. Paul A.
Tharday evening to honor Mr. kel. and family, of Gain,
leaving early in A
start at 8 p.m. Tickets may r home in the
now be obtained from the Mar- Mr. K h
iartt Florist at a dollar per n t he Isthmus all of
p"Buy Me Blue Ribbon has resigned his poMsition W
Me Blue Ribbons" i the atun Locks.
the hilarilou choice for the aun Loc
opening venture. Members of RUturnilg Vacationers
the cst Include: Carl Pinto, Dr and Mrs. Samuel.
Amy McCormSaok Tom Bren"And MaryJo. of Colon
an, Grd Jdh were among the vacatonnW
Anne HenrQuu. ck Garcia, turning Monday. "Tyey I
Roy Burr, G e Williams, and friends on the East and
Alice Diers. It is being direct- oasts and were with
ed by C. LeRol Leeer. in California. Lt. Dvid,
k lnwas with his parents .
Elks Plan Three Daunem his departure to Korea.
For August re to Korea
The Elks Club Is planning Mr. and Mrs. lDye
three dances for the month of of Gatun, returned
August. They will be held on from a vacation spent
the evening of August 1, 15, their relatives and son n
and 29. tucry.
All members and guests are tucy.
cordially invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blek-
r.nd let the management know iey of Cristobal. with An5
if they desire to return to and Marie are at home
weekend dances in the fall. ,fte: visiting with relativesIt
Captain And Mrs. Boomer rn Sta Y., and other et-
Arrive From Ohio *
Captain and Mrs. George H. .
Boomer arrived sunday by
plane from Sandusky, Ohio. to HIGH FIDEUTY
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the hours of 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. Bueaes Alres
for tea. Mrs. 8. E. Pierpoint, sister of
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rived Sunday night by plane
Man. Didrlekson And Daughter to be with Mrs. Taylor and
Retuar To Isthmli her family.
Mr. Conrad 0. Didrickson
and daughter, Miss Marion, re- Lt. Commander and Mrs.
turned to the Isthmus after an Durham Leaving Isthmus
abslmm of two years, which Lt. Commander and Mrs. H.
t*y spent in Glendale, Call- M Durham, of the Coco Bolo
fokh I They aived I st Naval Station are leaving the
Th: ay on the Daura Maersk Isthmus on August 8 after a
tro California. year at the Coco Solo Naval
Station.
attain and Mm. Didrickson Commander Durham has been
h nge _tber address to serving 'with Squadron VP-45.
HOUs 8462, Margaia. He is being ordered to Wash-
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r1ad Mr. Ny m *tlo aIn New York and Kentuc-
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and Ia. Stanley Kidd ,,
today o the "Oreta
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SFOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
Household Automobiles ae awe **O. t -"'
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-Ask About Our FOR SALE-Duty free 1950 Mercury, o0" AM, . BSbee VVO Au

Pararma oHenry Y. 6 cylinder:.. 3 months QI 0 Mou, o b. So C
N "A S..TRIKEtS so s. in gooduo- .an ,bah-.
fo RALE7-4 piece maple living- aod. con be er 14th 5; No 117 in C OO L Ca mpania l
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la ce, Dableo IFOR SALE- Oldm-bAle 88. '51. "Bn r melrenoe Or s caretloaker them.
e t0 LE--Russel Wrght dhes, black., two door., pi seiger. Good Peanama & 'olon Pkl Ocande coeg i ,
i ipaSl any during fob'e w.th chairs. condition, good tie,, con ce fi ----V ,T T S r| Bw 435. Balbf.i "
.1twoC-open mahogany book cases nuanced. Telephone 83.3197 ofte A VIS, AUUTO THE SAN BL. P 3.1877, Cristbl .
q Ph-n._days 83-310 I 30 p. m. ( ISLANDS AUGUST 7. 3. P 3S Cr9leS
days 83- ( The trip of your life. A Junge Jo m rsJm ilde baont1 Clarn
FOR SALE:-- Sect.onal Sofao, mod- FOR SALE:-Leaving country, must Jaunt to.:u the Panama Canal to Coa- f i E'.trk Ki lceboxes,
Ser. Large Kroehlr Armcho.r. sell. dutrypoid, Morris Min/ r. 7.- Ion. San Bias and POtio BeMol A 3 e ,ate rates. T "
Youth Chaoi. 26" girl's bicycle 000 miles, like new. 5400 cash, day trip aboard the Hot:I El Panomnq's % i *n ; 4.567. Pedrq .
Yellow Head Parrot. Occasional remainder may be financed. Phone P4sc oora. Leve Bota Fidy-6 d." '
Chair, modern. Monkey Cage. For 3-4655. m., arrive Cqlon 2:30 p. m I leave
further information call Albrook R SALE--1942 Ford Four Door Colon 9.30 p. m. for San Bfas. and F RE N -
2198.- Sedan. Pedro Migurf Fire Station. iPorto ,lurn no Colon Sunday FOR u i e
R~SALE:-Westi.nb,couse refriger- Phone 4-361. afte.'So. 1 ThouC'h the Crt-al Mon- Hose -
star 9 cu. ft. 25 Cy Porcelain day 6 a. m. returnirg. t *Btboo.. -
$ 90 c00- Cl t. 25 toh boo FOR SALE:-Jeep. 4 wheel drive. ex- Me s ca.te.d by El P'SA-m, Br.n FOR RENT: Modern
0.00 C o-306 tBala. e n otion, new pant. CIEy- tdark. sho:-t batc nguit jd:cket.' m tely furnished; three
OD77-B, Willlamson Place after ton 4J68. flippers cna spears for unde.woter hWater, etc. 17tPh
-FOR SALE: -- 1950 Cro-le.y Spo.t fishing U and your camer aorld rolls Ne 72 lust off 50th .
$0f SA L E Maho ,any Settee ,Roadster, radio, 14.000 mi es.I of coar fi nm. Please serva SM J keferencim-
oALE Mahogany h ttee 5300.00. 0777 W.I.ioms:n tIons early though
U pholrstery. Two Chairs with Place. Coil_ .elbqa .4211. Agent, r0 I-ng lelr J parch. dlii.
ama, 71660. 5czaol prke amgroiups.
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n Cotton Fabric Upholstery FOR SALE 37 Buirk Coupe me-'of.10 to 16 people. 4a. , t
ma c h i n g t w o t r oi g h t c h o i r s c h a n i c a l i v a n ll e n t UC,,. t e r yT V m r or .ai.
S three tables not matching. poor. Phone 4.567. SPECIAL EXCURSIONS% LACSA am. Enquire same
ull width bed and spr.ngs. Tel- ---- PAN uAA-MEXICO !i 1 i85.
11on 9pMercu y 5-don round trip $145 'V b0 Sml FOR RENT:-TwI
after-- m h l.,$475. PiS S.blblk 2506 often $165. g "a one veW -.0 1 S L c o ms, liv.ingrom, l "
I SALE:--Library table. 2 wicker_ U-p.m rlb 1273. anytime ANG ,LE one way.0 ; Hs W -a roam,
Shgirs. Wicker table. Mahogany FOR SALEPwit9Il AenoU lt 4-Door trip $261.64 dr 'd an" Ju ut, S ran sFM O
dirInd table. 2 mahoganytable Sedan, 40 MG. clean. Phone a Dispatch Servic. 3 'IAvenida. y' .
lamps. Cabinet. 2 end tables. 3 Navy2474 or 3124. Noe -onal (Auto abie y. Tel. 3 ,
tlers. All vool plain grey 12 x 15 FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile Hj- -2mo:6 ..-
rug. cheap. Telephone 2-4175 dramatic drive. white woll tires
e 0 Hous 356 Apt. radio. Excellent cond ton. 2157 FOl I l
FO .SALE-High chars, crib Znd Position i -rrrea oA'TTNTPON G. fi dI
aftlis Sealy Box pr ng and mat- POSi-n Off ered ATTENTION G. ., f
tmees. Panama 3-3903. 's t Ask About Our one. two- three bedroom CIW@M 4-0or I
i SALE: Frigidaire. 25 cycle Sl y wih excellent references Td sTRiMK ,s rn t, cad weftu
Schion se edfra wanted for reputable esmtobi-rh. Clft MAS CLV 4 I I . Cho t 2-d er
ngleo lamps, gasweb work mmen, Must speak Engir h crr "Bazar Arrericanon"-
tinnle, fluently Wgr it ox P a4bma K& K a h n work
table. allcany Thursdcy. house Spanish fluently. Write Box 30? __Pwmi&.Colon 11049 Chevrolet 4-door
2490. Balboa. phone 2-2623. Panama. R. de P. for inlerw"w. FOR SALE -Westinghuse outorn- .
FOt SAL.E:West nghouse sfriger- WANTEQD :. b 'e.4 'te fi in-t Ice Loundromat, cne year old 25t 71 -C 19.0 i heVrOlet .OUS
to, 25 cycle. 712 cubic feet; -"I u5ebe .,lF. ftin. rccle. $250.00will sell o trade. FOR R N-Mdrdit hien ... ..
porcelain box, guarantee on sealed English and Spanir. Shc h aos with traverse. balanel rodsi e nd best residential disilrct. Two be'd-..
nit. 1'723-C. Goviln Or phone bam. BeoVs elm ry hs Tw 7 ln x 4"id s.LivngroIm and drfl a


fe. Excellent.condotion. P tCti. a ll-- 2-- 42 F'wideo x f ." long l-ri x
le6k 7te2798. j ft --R-Ftin i s Two ", Wdtchar ", de 54h .".1 ge'f r 191 ChKice.rol- t ICIA
ialb .. . .. .. hlm t .- ,' R otta ef. SBfr;r 12 tube o .. ,
7 FO SALEn r WANTED*-M-id, .ood oj .ouse-. RCA drio with 45 RPM Aebd otqina W Fqrd ii I fr
FOR SALE tiedr1Per. so work n r.I. c,0.", pr1 0 w d records 540.00S.. Heath- (xio Ave. T
*I uo of tGenerml Delivery, Cri bol. kit V.T.V. meter 125 or 60 cyctel wkling and dininol 194 Fart "r 4,
Real Etrate $20.00. Used baby caiage & maid's room. Sixth S
*a--- --I Est a.te.. i .' ''.*- bassinette 55.00. 25 cycle clock o 0, Tel. 2-2419, Champeu 6 l Ir
u SALE: 2 bedroom chalet, 2 rANT-EDl 12' face $2.00. House 424 Gat g H r- r .
I .E....grage parch II for lan + I & I IZr
ae.NEecchandiscclubtiion thibane -2. Mrldy Novq. 'm
fthy~reoee q^ Te pho. .. eo ^'eeU *" ALMACEN LA PARtIS1CN ofnet-.'. ita We : InOA_. -M.
Tl______ BlEv e Cenrol Avenue 113 oiivtoinen d ap a r
* stiRea Tsa. -2$28. V---.cUm s edaihrt"nt
e a os t raa i r rmer ono" I RN S .ALE :- irpor, wa sherh e25 b- ed. a -d....i.-nr.0l porch. *
n dTo ining Colo n066 2 T rimes Exoy^l, 6 edroo We:p
h bmdWANTED:-V5ones f or 35n
le porc r Lavandeni Americano ." No. 16 8 po m. n o odeap T t .r Res d entil Si o ,V a. o
gi fatafcWuPeru Aven-u. 7C 2 .R SALE :-Metl Chest of Drawers; i2 beresaMp oiNl 319T
El ast. L ee WANTED TO BUY:-C-n-re mx- i Geuine Contour Couch, adjustable Slt a o t
IVacuum Clener latest model,' R i a apartment,
"JaEW*B MEr 4itan rtel 36 Crica IFOReai. oo leaner. eminenongree jo suItable f10
l- new; EIlectrolux Vacuum Ces ktJ er-
r of traffic control r R S ioin r reconaletditiond; Typewriter Roya, F 2-3065.



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Division oafected rPer Publ i artnue.,ou PeriJ d tI e & ire "heel; "[-
-no n troffii twht Iouh lnd L ,sec
pmuose aybe made WANTED-Vction a aierSncat Standor Adding Machine, Re ucndSd2 i; excus. -
i o Forc e a a irt through Nov '5thR. Do e .niegton o i- Elecrc Fstn, 25. a rn.
Sof traffic suey corn- 5083-A, Call 2-3429 cycle; Steel Floor Safe. frenof. 2631 0S410]Xt 3065
3d lust week. W ANTEDrp. O RENT r bh Heght 31', Width 28", degth 24" ----- --, '
i rovosti furnhBelaVapntin Ba 36 Wetinghous Refrigz9ror. al | FOR Bwwr-ryNS6om apartmen a



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al. staled that a traffic age- C i; 2 Per cookers gI -Ch
rte i at the main gate at SIA- TE D Pqrtftbl electric SinTger Sewing FoCR 'ahd 2 bedroom W
n dys ato the mt Locaole rUJ ToHold Mts adh1nre, m CAn a tachmentsR S n S S
a Dvi cPofc Sase al mrinde s etbne & wire wheel, -T--- fr
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'Bosox At Fenway Park 5RatedA Top 10 'Ring

By CARL LUNDQUIST -'" 73E JulyMV 29 (MI .... -
NEW YORK, July 29 (UP) The New York aala 1a Gtowm Soya Dissension 5 c1u ^I
Yankees won one of the most vital ball games last Amerkan League . out with t monthly tmeto f Eti u .l ,i
night when they topped the Cleveland-Indians, 4-2. AMERICAI De L Disers"n' y* g5
night N LI Di~pite LogBickford. just how low heavy- M
by doing everything right at a time when they had TEAMs W -L Pet. ghttock has sunk in Amer
been expected to do everything wrong. cgor KFni t "Threeforeign heavies ar -"t-
ont on the clutch re- Chicago, 13-2, with a 15-hit Boston 57 42 .57 owng-. ht .
hy wn It o then 5th1re.73amlngthe top 10. Ring l Mt- Q Cl
lie pitching of Allie Reynolds, attack as Duke Snider, Gil W ond 451 .5 or elscher says I e
Wao shin gaon 45mter59fou P r esse1aa2
who cooled off the Indians in Hodges and Carl Furilo each Pshindepi 41 55 .4 d27rapters far moetn 2 "-
the midst of a seventh inning hit two-runs homers and h I can't recall y tme
rally and went on to complete lefty rookie Johnny Poie Detroit 34 62 354 B 4 nrinlpals an4 iend and it' when three foreign he-
St. ht bn tdL ouisl34o6o m3.0h.frensiWht.
his 56th straight turn in a fire- turned in a four-hitter for his St. Louis on34 t6 .340 toanlrstrwata flury oT w exlcdato mny e p 10."t uons Eae a -
man. role without being tagged seventh consecutive victory. Tnas a (eMpftan dlssenion t report that.l are Earl Wa of ,e I Iadar
iteh a loss. He struck out pinch- Milwaukee topped the GiantsIoe TODAY'S GAMES inton Braves ter ave Hoskins when there for the second straight game. Detroit at Washington NL and ~l tiscuslng wMllwu l'a e of Belgium, numer seven; matb I
th were two on base and Luke 2-0, as Bob Buhl pitched a six-, VtL d at er eiN) -ardSy Lt F in klyn on Neuhaut ofC ermany, dt H
Sister delivered a two-run sin- hit shutout to f nlow-up the Cleveland at New YorkE they- Bkford dimla Cn 10. o ntit
gie And although in trouble in 13-0 blanking job by Warrent Chicago at Boston -tiWde- ae r dent as a ally Uttle d ar- i Catd Peo1 c n tl *
th two ensuing innings, he gotSpahn of the day before. The, YESTERDAY'S RESULTS r early' unday t" He say: "It w s ee a o tie a1 ntendero
bye AtltistBraves scored both ofthirunisgh t Ga1e an'Sanas*Itwseteam... It was only a ppal 814de of arus
wto ave White y Ford's lM th Braves scored beth o mer runs aod01 1 o ouprlem bog. bo eve ot Rolpn o0 a a H p
victory against four defeats. .of rookie Allan Worthington, NightGame witnesses upor a coup of ieeven thou Roland b the
Homers by Joe Collins and Co who gave up only three hits In St.Louis 0 0 201 100-91 0 0 and went atIt weswung a tw punch .ite ii gets the next diot at it.
L N h er. Yesterdasntra-rSamesoh ( 0), Is.rankednnum bera nwo.
McDougald put the Yankees in a third inning rally In which a Phila. 201 400 0ox-, 10h 0 eas. fgt startel handh.. Johnny 4n4 n e twM
front with a 4-0 margin in the walk with the bases loaded Cain. Larsen (20- nd Courtn thefi am lwayd s..en ftolmer champ -e" mt
sixth when Irv Noren doubled in forced In one man and a long ney. Byrd. Scheb, Martin (7-8) t S :lrfd ak.. .hbdy afnd 'e wfl e" :- 1.1 tia ftsn't even
one onarsin- ve o ther. e rnwhw lFlowrk andtavicd-heInrs
one tally and scored on a sin- fly by Any Pafko brought In and Murray. saysOL- witn sr.i. lfo SLikep Loathe t ck- I ero r nks d
le by JPil Rizzuto. the other. -- Bickord bloody an f r would nt d us s or is -
S The White Box stuckl by InI Cincinnati defeated Philadel- Ntiht Game N thedwalk.Wltn 0t ortefight. fth. iing
second place 512 games behind. phia 5-4 as Harry Perkowsk Detroit 123 020 000-8 9 4 le I d 30 mntet A e Manager Ca flhey Grimm.may
the yankees by topping Boston won his ninth game and his. Wahg H 100 5 9 1td from a Plac e the altercati oare the r n gr &tl
4-2 as Sam Mele and Oreste fourth in a row. He was touched Gray .(-1) HerbertS Branca ftfr : om a place ah3 atereatwih 1s. s "notiS to -ieoare the ranlnp Istbr
-tetsSiamMede 'andTexcitedhabouedth."oraeiwu N taue
iioso hit homers, then colla-for four runs In the eighth but and Batts. Shea (8-2).' Master- stre etd e i't even know about It until h. 7-o ..e the
e ssive 3a w w h 1 a dsonn e, P i xon a nreal ga C...neveryItt(even know about)it untilnoi lov
lorated with successive singles stuck it out to gain the decision son. Lane. Dixon and Fi oer- out of ay joint Sundays doubleheader g y .
tot a keg: run. Mele drove In laa Ted Kluszewski drove in aid. ight... It was a real .- Wth the Dodger _which M11- li.Chaon-Are Mo c Thi martlbl o
three talle-to give Harry Dor-! three Cincy runs earlier with a gh down, drag-ot." w.
il his ninth victory with re- double and two-run single. Niht Game .- -S os h d
let help from Sandy Consue-I Ray Jablonski drove In three Cleveland 000 000 2002 7 0w bo Grimm s: has nothing S1o landltin- not p' Ga break'.1 i'iirjj!eo
ra. :runs with a pair of singles as New Yorhck 101 003 4 7" 1 the report to d with denson on. the 4,-Jfny Naro ond
The Athletics topped the e Cards topped Pittsburgh Wyi (10-S and Began an aa. "Itwatll tea... it wa onlyapro ,t4 de, to t a wt *- ther..
Urbwns 9-7.. as Ray Murray hit 6-4 and lefty CUliff Chambers insberg. Ford 11-4, Rnolds o ,ii that ould 4sa eement. 'The boysashook -0:t o 'ii "A L a -
9a two-run homer In the eighth won his second game with re- and Berra. to anyone at any time.. W'band ahortwy afterward. !..t m h lur
Ing Bfor the winning margin. Ilef help from little Joe PreskoeI tder-ol
Detr t took a fIrm, hold on Frank Thomas hit a Pirate horn- Nirht Game Aar '. -.-.I
W$shlngton 8-5. Ted Gray gain-! _0--o Boston 000 000 020-2 10 0 I.1E Itf J|.
*d0 credit. for his sixtlh vlctory,I Yesterday'. Star Sam Dorlsh (9-3), Consuegra and ."j Static It UAfantkdn t
Saltough he needed he l e in te Mel e of the White Sox who Lollar. B 1ro1 (10-3), NIxon, Ba Ho L h^oa o "
ted Innings. drove In three runs with a Flowers and White. t: e
in tme National League homer atnd long fly in ea Atwel ndO -L iw l U aL f',,.-,. .'g -' f"l
jre rthe Batesketballg e0League '"y" the cm i
Brooklyn stayed seven full Vitory over his old team. N ONALr FAGUE DI IU EI olf IN1 J '


Sma nL front by defLeatig dcatged the Red Red ,ex. t PtburiA h 31 1 04 Pt a Ah arti Al 4 .4 Th box lo .'. p
Milwaukee 56 40 .56 L3 -



'jt STANDIJGS +ready to recounted out o, p--- cihr S 0tl year. Nbblo WaS hpes. ** S r.
s Berlnes ......... 4 2 lead Weine 46 to 3 TODAY'S GA1ES 43e boSwf S: ', 10 .46? Snfawit f*, .oPh5 -1. t.r -e O .,
edaesh......... 4 2 2 Pen tc and Kuchmlr led the New York 0at Milwaukee (N000- 0drg 320 or Da e wit 4 .r ,. .. ..
Mor.......1 Me wa hg o th ilya t Ch00a2 00 -3Mt t a n 5I..
B0era ...........3 3 Hawks with 18 and 14 points Phila. at Cincinnati (N) ,,l.1.___. o TA . .
Swolves wIth 10. Perantlic was Pittsburgh at St. Louis (N) 1.1ol, lPowel54 '"'e "' r
aWkeyea 30. bI ted umpirst half. 78o.475 t
w knes 4.6ov. wo ne3. ay l..o thWo e .. adg ..er0 s46t07230.TODAY'S, 51 o ,te0 4014
Ubgr 41.s Week's Games seitional with his shooting vn Pa YESTERAY'At CLTR tLe. Tight
dge 44, lts 43. eked out a wl-dee victory Chicao 010 100 000- 2 4 3 d ;Ma A
eover th Wolhate d e FT Podres (7-2e and Campaneli. uG iv ...
eyes ..t..r .. 4 2wre arth.,and ....4 2 10e d ptoer e Ag
STIdS W..K'S GAMErh six seconds on a fleld. gl by Kllop i atein (5-9), Churchc Wll o )i" t ::

de i av afternoon th Badgers second free throw.itadt. fS t Loih wa1 00 0 a. n 12 2 ,. BB a 1a station i 0 .
ted the Hawkeye 41 to, With two wecks'. .... ither La albetw Pilu abr t'h" e2 swept aS0na the faltering Pow- br 0 899 ijia
WINa game which started out of the three teams coulr'merge Atw ambers (2the Prsko eMllsflv5 Sored ancloe 5f r .
slowly. The end of the champion by hitting a hot win Rice. 2 o to 54 vy1ts win for the sec- tsi wl Appear the p --
quarter, the Badgers led 7; streak. n Ri ond e year the chai- g \ *' S BiS II '
_Wotlvs with 10ersoPi atat aa". ondLo s eN) yearth chion- .
t t, and 1eteiined the lead at, The sox scores: Nirht Game pulmohip lot Atantic Basket- The box ucore" iT T|a' .'-^'..*''" *' ,' BHB '




dhalf time, Mark 14 to 12. i n Ph ola. 000 000 040-4 7 t 0 rl+. twrblead at the 3rd i WOLVE-RINE Cinainati 011 00 ri-5 12 1ih Tu battle allL...
,ud ,fam2 ton2, they FG FT TP Mile 34) "ldz'ik, Drlews th hle y stfin the VF.
c 1 t owin, G T Kl3ppsten," fE CoRD tantY'ES and Lo-TSt cm T stsoigh t
f 46eepaced the Badgers Magee ..t........3 4 10 pats. Perkowokl (9-71, and Lan- t mo
thha Troh.in the ba le '"b..........2d 0 4 VtcoW Dde4,rM y"r
14 irrts while Pwrantic Robi-e .........2 0 6 drlth, ANM rom Who has been -
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THIS............. '.nixs................ 0 8 Worthsgto. 2 W h m onT5-0CurhWili, varDr '
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than aS blind "Beat-Ball Total1 22 2 46 2ng matches between Panama RA..' 'aiVl

Wisseries will be between the best I tI -kt,
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S' NEA prts Editor By *4AUT ORATiON 6He'ea beeunlous to find some- Harry Pownall, Flnk'
C Om a > -S-ot- Uter pA SpertseUltge thing that imaled to him apd otterprofeualoMa lbS
Se ...er Ounp. H- not own any heralded horman'
"INEW YORI..-z JalY NEW YORK, July 3 Har* mrt of Lloyd Frederick 'hen down on top with Demoni
N TJ -.JuBly JS3 |t...he---- . A mf ip 2_15th fa::w_ f 'is *B .1 aa rison eyrny seems hl n an an at- clt was a juv enile, or while over in 2:02.
his Wi20elp w (UP) round in the C t s,.y sor H's. be w-s winning 10 of 18..
M that Carnoustie, Ben NogasKa sm1 is. name acapunts for two, Hoyrt ha kept Lloyd Fred- This year m tat Wedneufr
I di -Lb e .r will to Joh.i Derr, and said: 288 is an:d he's a hlLtmake.r of Bethel, erick as a bit of a sleeper, ha,- afternoon at bells h en
a ..u Conn. "lg raced Sm no wore than first heat of the world's
Cva been m nYes," replied Derr. Co- Hoyt also is the only amateur three or four UTmqP in compa- trot is called. Hoyt will
_.mbia Droad_- sting W l"'s who had worn _* famous Iam- ratively ms es .Lit.on, uS- against such highly-
...r w 5 soph- o5,_ S-, ,,tf l '. so nomores is
. bil- ,ports rect bletonlan 8 CUTe, Rnd on Aug. usually un a, pm as Peter
po in,% flAk mU in- "Who's got itt" Aiskel at4*i on thMe triangular mile track No one K la h oyt and port hitar. Kmberlv
3- sl at eve 15to cm-e. Ol I 1 iof GHood Tisme Park at cross-hi choice short w ,me, for Ing aord, The Bethe y
Iank IaV s bl rund in th oads GoMovhen, N. Y., hell be wthey remember that five' years 3ew h.
.. n- ,a -,hsue Donm "g n od runi Hte only slmn-putre in the ago no one paid much atLen-
Sit l o.d, r ani d a ste .0 ,00-plus nma er driving t ion to an unknown amateur The wille be in the ha
Sii ". InII an wlas aiosred that : hiso own trotter. That accounts who while a Grade A hatimnaker pros, but Harrisonm ir
i=6 8t* sr ty I, W19t Hue be e," ra ied Derr, e C four H's, and hoy ites sure might well have beent a Mad amateur. has been the
S t a. mateur: Dl Ress, the Welsh- to give rivals a admus of a Hatter getting himself involve knCws his way aa
y .mWil t--ma i dr. ieertime. ed withl such veterans as een irg Henry Cae's i tS-
._.telder Thomson wer --'a with L Hoyt won the 19Q Hambleto- White, Tom Berry, Fred .an, tr .,
l._! TheR p s- little'_- m -----1.9- t-h "W tringuel hae a, ,d. nrisn wiNth his DI ton .nnovder.
d riman of the t mrlegof AntOni Cerdt Goodln o. He was thime Pthird younslres-i t ** t ...
._o wiU see tousas shot a B nmthl. -rd. dI river to win -the treeyeBar-
a trap h e t Ing plane pilots. Coleman. in Korea "Cerda's one ud 4'n the o ld trotting derpy. c a
b_ e rap" 10 -- hm00_ I be te- 13th," advised Irr. n a L e lo a naTEnS ONrEs h
bmleased whn btour splrea on 'Tee or greeo?"' Hogan wman. norederiak, a roan colt
.tre ortOct. 4. M.rrimau' actve duty ed to know. hby Nibl e Hanover out of PriGrd e A. t e
wa 'tb whlg a hql~nmPS na' erio 'run until fo 4 He has FWrl tht's enou 6uohn" eeu Helene
in W rase b.. ad Hi n o ogan without la- hi -00 0-0 IN THE STRANGEST PLACESa
ait a r i, flruary, cold blue we "" wo't need lioyt Is on the dark- haired
me factual .W.as a .ll- anything else, dark-complexloned sie. He's oi
sWnHOma "There he w," recalls rr, medium height an weight.
e"'-- Rothed lesa st Gnto, O...< a.n inck Uo Wlt aot/ en.a He foe .'t mh i -
wi-i'l'l s ace to u r as0 s hot a m9 ii th .., t hv to wi t e demonstrted
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the thenr ".peatle nvt.4sgh4 e duntil hp really has to, sa-E P.Aclassied abE6 ti0r_ IN TLoTRA GE
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NEW YORK. July 29 (UP)
Men. Robert A. Taft was reported "Let the people know the truth and the co t is safe" g- m Lincoln.
"somewhat Improved" today aft- .L.
NewYork hospitbreakl. fast at TWENT-EIHB EAR. PANAMA, R. P.. WENID,I1.JLY 29, 1953 I
The Ohio Republican who was =. = ,,, ,,
reported in unsatisfactory con-
dltion yesterday "had a more
Vstful night." physician re-
brted at 10 a m.
"This morning at 8:30 he re- F *c s 1Ii
quested breakfast and ate it with
relish," the bulletin said. "He is ,
having no pain and his condition
\i Is somewhat improved." j
:I pian at the hspital.As 400,000 'Come Getf
.The bulletin was signed by
Taft's physician and an attend-
chysiclan at the hospital.
Members of the Taft family
were summoned to the senator's BERLIN, July 29 (UP) The East Germans came in thou- Thousands stood In f.. Party's central ce
bedside yesterday as his condi- United States today sent "Eisen- sands despite Communist threats jlght waiting for food week, released tod
~ tion, following abdominal sur- hower food" into Berlin for hun- they would be treated as spies tiol points to open at 8 admitted that dez
i gery July 8, took a turn for the!gry East Germans by plane and and saboteurs and the fear Red Meanwhile Soviet M handed the resig
'7 worse. One of his sons was sum- truck while Communist authorl- border guards might confiscate mier Otto Grotewohl e Co Ia m un 1st go
I moned from Ireland today to ties cracked down on those ac- the food. fiht' official Comman tempted to overt&
oin his mother and brothers at cepling it. They poured in again today pbrt on last month'ih.- ernment, sot public
the hospital. The first truckload of food from all corners of the Soviet Communist rebellion aM fire, lootd. state.
The actions of the family from America finally reached zone the Baltic coast, the ura- Germans rose against and pulled down I
underlined the gravity of the here after Soviet soldiers held nude mines near the C Eebor- rnment in 272 He blal d the
yet-undisclosed illness which it up for six and one half hours der, the Elbe River Vapaey. Every and 300,000 workers wet out "well organed ,
sent the 63-year-old senator to at border checkpoints. area of East Germany apparent- on strike. underground org
the hospital July 4. The truck carried 20 tons of ly suffers the same Ibod short- tablished by Amer
A series of hospital bulletins flour unloaded Monday at Ham- age. In I speech to the Co bt lists which even ha
yesterday said Taft's condition burg from the cargo ship Amer- si the party and gr
had taken a turn for the worse. ican Inventor. It will held fill r said this udergrod
The invalid wife of the Ohio rood stocks depleted by 400.000 crushed.
Republican flew here from East Germans who came from all In effect, be ba
Washington yesterday to visit over the Soviet zone to get food which have. he t
him. Earlier. doctors at New York packages in the first three days since June 17 wi h
hospitall reported the senator's of the two-week program. More that workers rule
anadltion had "deteriorated than 180.000 came today. many and there
Amewhht" and was continuing, A Pan American Airways plane strike agablt them
"unsatisfactory." In the beWinnint of a foo1a air He said the con
An abrupt turn for the worse lift carried 4.400 pounds of the workers can strikeI
In the senator's battle with a Eisenhower flour into the city ed industry 9 "dt
yet-andisclosed illness was re- earlier today. nosenBieal.
elected in a series of hospital Communist police and ro-
bulletins yesterday. Ordinarily pagandists began erackingl
,inefhe entered the hospital down today to try to halt the
,SM more than one bulletin a hundreds of thousands of hun-
day ,had been issued on his ry East Germans flocking to
condition. West Berlin for food paeka ge
Yesterday at 10 a.m. the hos- Communist polfGe confiscated
a, announced that Taft's con- the identity cards of 30 East Ber-
on has deteriorated some- liners who crossed into the So-
at during the last 24 hours. viet sector with Western food.
is responding less well to The Communist wrens began to Tle n f
atment and is not taking food orint the names of East Germans Three of
isfactorily." who a polled for food. "'oU.7 i
hen at 6 p.m. a bulletin said: The irst truck cAtrylng Amer- w -.
WenatorTaft's condition con- ican food ran into severe lehhlth. tw
ues to be unsatisfactory. He Inspections at Soviet cheeknontsn Sah Joeor
been able to take very little Plong the 110 m II e highway ang with itv
prishment and is generally through the Soviet zone to West fr the pnet-; d
He is experiencing no Berlin.h Bed"M&
and has no fever." At the western end of the *w We
d hanevr highway Soviet guards held it "w ill*
Poie l for a severe three-hour lnpec- j
CZ Police Hold tion and at the Berlin end So- What
viet' guards spent another three oast th a w th
and a half hours checking the NE TelOppr
CanalZone policeyca3o. (N, ATelephfto) for3the =
"anal Zone police have an- Trains from all zonal Doilnts UNITED EFFORT TRWART -p P'lbe lead away some of the" twn the.atle i
eed that they are holding were jammed with food seekers women arrested in a dawn raid-on hrt-Creek Ariz. forrati- tr
ire pieces of lost Jewelry. Upon Subway and elevated train Ing polygamy. The entire population of the n was asted
lming the articles, owners will entering West Berlin from the for practicin plural marriage under the laws of Its rellg,.the C SqIudrou
W requested to give a descrip- east were acked. At b o r d e r United Effor. P a6110 .raided the town at dawn expect olare I tn
iT,5 of the items. crossing points for pedestrisinso pai n d .
.diamond ring was found in people were massed for blocks. w catch the people unaware, only to d the entie lat
lAncon Commissary durnn It was a thumning eeol war waiting in the town square for tem. Thy said they had knwu h tu .a.
Christmashseason. A man's victory for the West. oficllcieq about the raid for 10 days. LA,
i1st watch, found in Balboa, said. ,q the Epqt Berliner;s took off from h
was turned in about four months made liars out of their Com- too i ne
.munist masters who said they, ,Asn
-'hree lady's wrist watches were not hunr. Ae PlSter h iat
S re found recently: two in Bal- So great wpe the rush that theA
iE.. and one in Ancon. food stocks In Berlin were
not claithed within a six- unloaded at Hamburg was need- Samfeleaving pilo
dftth period, the Jewelry will ed. It was the first InstallmentOauU)UIFUTi e LASA
w properly turned over to the of the 315.000,000 Mr. Eisenhow- w.Inbtesafte i
0ders. er promised. afminutes after W-9
S= Jose airport
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(UP)-The Army yesterday a- that a soldier may apply for From other soaureon t w Ie installation. .
bolished its points system for another Far Fast post after 10 ported today that ming w a It a bo
the rotation of overseas troops months in Kbrea provided he Uege R. Blodgett failed t e ti ath
a&d announced-a new plan. un- is willing to serve an additional form the Maragma tower wn. h With e -
der which Ols would serve a 12 months Sbthe new station, takeoff or notitfy the b3 Muu of the
straight 16 months in Korea. Talbott ateoumced the Air Rican airfield of his e a.rrangem
Under the new system, ef- Force's plans in a letter to arrival with hlispaamagerz~ rh O
fective Qct. 1, the tour of duty Gen. 0. P. Weyland, Far East- old Golding. U t. number of
in Japan will be 36 months ern commander. Hence the two were not ta.
for soldiers accompanied by de- Congratulatftg a i r m e n on Bed until about Jul* 23 S
pendents and 24 months for their part in t.he Korean war, tiey *fled to show *
those whose dependents remain- he said the current system of final destination. on
ed at home. rotating flying crews after cer- A spokeanmn for th ,
Air Force Secretary Harold chain nwbers of missions or Rescue Squadron at ar'
SE. Talbott said the Air Force Secretary Harold hours win be continued "for AFB said today he did not
will. continue its present rota- the resent.ow long the outt
tion policies. They call for the He noted that Communist would cntnue to the fte f t
return of airmen after 12 armies still are in North Ko-sing p cai ar to the fond. t ti
months in Korea, 30 months in rea, the Cdnese Reds have sin i are founder, that .
Japan with dependents, and 18 more than A00 planes in the would however,continue the
months in Japan without de- area and Rusahla has more than for several days.
pendants. 5,000 tactical pllbes deployed veral days.

elopments. vigilance. A
Te Navy rotates large ships Talbott said the Air Force L
back to the West coast every killed or wounded 180,000 ene-A B.
ifx to eight months. my trool? and destroyed I
The Marine Corps brings its planes, 810S supply vehicles, .
men home in about 12 months. 10,000 railway canr and 1,300 H D
The Army announced that tanks during the Korean war.
under the new system soldiers
months if aconripanied by dW4 e- uR fes ancl essoeaTa b othdNav
pendents and 20 months with- Mexican fishing lnd
out dependents. T to help outline now laws
The tour of duty in the Phi- TO Spen r Fancyrate fishermen" f
lippines will be a flat 24 months. Fa ncry l States and Cuba
Points accumulated under the F.Hea idt egea -
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troops not yet ligible to leave mow an l awpan
the ParEast.Ts eere onpersos
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needs 3f dnta for rotation, reI a nfearaPi at 0e Caa
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