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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
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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: AA00010883:00026
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NEW YOR Jin Garfield
isn't going to keep that appoint-
S 1ment we hadt
l te r e 1 1 kids in the Bdy sun and try
-- to tell them MW good this land 'r
nwof ours had been to all of them.
W WThen he wolr asfg up for a
drink to il0p him feel his
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nightmarish to an elu-
Sc aln asive end, a. W re filled
d1iby 'Marbara Psytoa-Tom Neal romance has a new eltuatie. with pCo ommunists,
i s Winu e Walker, the starlet.. Gary cooper's errewt needling, nedi fm always de-
S15Rea Bey, who never dated a non -celebrity... manding, servft up causesso"
is the victim of a Houiywood poleson-pen barrage.., sign here, b lb thee, contribute,
ore and husband are editing the familiar story... cont El bute.
ra es Is back from the Virgin Island s wt wi ere d'ierte Julie won't come. He's dead
4ee ner Bob...When Ike arrives in New York he will tepee now. Dead only a lfew hours
o swiate 604 decorated with French provincial after he had finished pre-
Glngel Rogers ts in Mexico City with her longtime paring a full statement of
a NT..anette Fabray is dating her former hus- uhat the Hoilt ood Commun-
Vork but MGM's weep, n Than is Still T ylug... ists did, soft thi mo-
Stevenson's secret romance is heago wilddw... vie here of ( score of films
thierised visitor to bookie Gross' ee (the day after his which made millions across
testimony) is being probed by the d.a....The UN just the wor t, bot to the decent
t tp officials suspended of Red tie-ups! in8stndts Bo fatieplntal and .
.... emotional ott s who want-
iote's current issue includes a picture k*Pto alleging that ed to be A os aders, but
i oyf State and other dignitaries...Meyer conferred with kept them De knowing the
bsrriaters over the weekend on whether to sue...He says weird laterMge oi l Commun-
D nIot crash the party ...dThat he wasathe guest of Ethel ast plots into which camou-
who not only sent him theatre tickets to .'Madam" by flawed oAtwas hurtled them.
h9 1 (to Hollywood) but took him to the barty in her car. We talked a few hours
W e ook .ff. l W no t hi oun g
before he ,.
phontea dTallulah and V ayxIa 'liotul e of beer ae told I d nothin E
Tby heptioa below say s: aw_ alPmxe back. He'd k 1Itole truth
lympt and ski champ A. DIaaa g e d Ma t- despite the, uma pressure
"erge o a month.. .Jockey star i "yf e and and traditiOnal t~tt, e. p
stifled the rumot by adve Wng thelt love at The pho1n010 hi nA ringing
S...Arline Judge's latest adore r M. Kirby at Tul- ever IM e mn unists
Mervyn Griffin, Judy BalabaisM beau, is up for fn- grape-vine f Ita ord that he ,
s o I x pest Fine with her fatbr...Mfet attractive was mklak ltg ,he with de-
e Polo Grounds these gmUes, to ra. Hoyt Wilhelm, ency. a jdnight I
Selants pitcher ...aThe aek. a g of Johnf voices fAl .e a mn ad n "" ,
backers $200,000... Evelyn Knds, is ths- threatened h -
witt l John Lehmans. (Old a ok S .; Men he had e bau h t little .... ... .- e .H
S... h "l dpp' Cup t s e street
a lT* e : S er- .... i o ld hi to
e ashington wI-re: Sen. Rusel (ha B aok? R dedo- a he had mu ho tell. The
) aid he would completely repudiate the rPuC plank if no-. w menisd1, emak l to him in
... Sen. Gillette will demand a Cong. probe of West Coast eveWt B S O .N T o inesmen,- B R
R. H. Williams, ex-Army major. Accuses him of passing as secretly a p publilsts, as
scummy propaganda in the election campaigns...Whit- tennis club ds and. as *do6-
b-Ciber book, "Witness," is now a 't 'pto all persons gooders" w- Vott n him ntb
tral Intelligence...A young Virginia ~ado ite was Idra d gn 32 Stalinist stand pastel NEW YORK. I have been painfully riffling But this mass q wit
ns Ootham bny o her parents when he capped mix g his name on statements. the files of huMaery to see if It Is possible to ltaite a"Itel wouh ted ome w e
noIH! seas-candy set. ' l' ",ow was -one?" I ask- dredge up iso cord. of piaa Mlolemeent in- cieta ha been too te emphatia t..
& Ju e LatinW he rteolp ed him while he wa work. sanity lm to the recently lingerie raids ondary sexual citertstiC of Vth
BSut it wil Ju Soarees a Wondn gt sads f being out his expose of i olly- committed by what seems most bo the students through our taversing *f m .o mS
Sglu t Ite Swa esa. k Amae 't delde wood and telling the story of on most cam and can't remember very now, We haye madu tM 'h noit th
Sthe **t oisno o rt i na handful of top lefiinifS m ct a;as by m ebo o fut i to m5 t lt t
ore, expected to be producers, dfrectorsl i candidates I oine by T have nearly replaced baoll a. the he
Md ftbll wEon Dolores Cotello ( ans and out-fits t hre~ but It was not r eal in .t riot ank the ungeng nel w d th ft
bm ay mre) pref t lawyer n t.eo ehay which floated ach men as t in the spirR dl a aialere ave occupied
wise wrblee for Hora e tlIs honeymooning with General Carson ol the famed The olle a ni odd half-boy, imlels conversation .I
ao o n ..., rhers i se. WMarese noaes oe airyWg -m tdig prea
,gr all) mIt..llds seeme o1,illy fhWdlan, apart l;elf the im- God made th o "
m v Adam & Eveti aune m l...Doris ollnga- "Actors we emotrtogal, ly," peot, of scoring,
h-be M n-moiDelles) has been Mrs, D. Vore for two he said. "The mllnes wo id When I ws asa em- lae wa ia
...W all from n a Broadway ec bbie: "It don't pay no owreoto use h o dna 10 by the s a
oa t after "fluyruffInInd
,onoea bbastft memento mw .m .toS
mee e0 4 go1 116 a o0- e411,60 Was ewickedI .ehwcr .sd how l
Cables: Konrad Adenauer, Jr.. son of the West o0 fp front ot way.v Od Woulded bets a
Ilor, is reported That Way about Freda Hillman. dydd ere a d alleged trophies
New Work ...The Randolph Churohills' trial sepIJthey'd i 'helre i alleged trophies ThU *0t 1has feor the S nza
New Work...The Randolp. h Churchills' tril sa the bre and butter of ed from female relatives or bought te 10- but I dat say the an
It will be permanent.. .TIto has invited the entire cast children of writers and actors cent store, because us young bucks ta3hed a in the juvene mind.
oplaa itDep in Belgrad They haven't sidecided yet. "an banned from the studios great game while realiing it was W ig When e has pS that
Ste .. atmmensely pleased. K onow, who gosider t and- of Lticalreldefs.' So I ad ado, unhoundee. t in erout-s fac- .. fr youth to m t man=- li, to
by Tito". .. w a Olga" (Olga Konow, who got head- was th e x t I do ns th Inchoate stirring
Wand big coin selling tanker s purchased a 30,000-ton dream- th honest de tedpidNl- But I do not r all i etaus t i heInchoate stirrn t
ft m a British G .. .,idn't Albert Lasker lend Oarbo and the host, deep-rooted AM -shack at Chapel 311, because the sheck w an
friend oear .. alentin a husba nd) the a can desire for changes, eve impregnable fortre reigned over by a- For Instance, I gen
on theneo entina the aser ard, ever forward. The Int lady whose u eludes me. seated young man, who of
e.e which give every colo S. tudyingreading

bake ls split a N melon. This month a(checks e go ut TO get at the actor the girls hung out their washings. . County corn on a
e 00 cThis shows we were no advanced 1s calt any real riote I was el
a.l) It'll be 0,o i c ..Miguel Aleman eJr., selo of the G arfield explained, the sr ys We s tis ll had save arvestigal res w dental ly.
President, i s serious about a Beverly rlls lass, thg e Ines would plant business h aSou-th' n womanhood, su to a l
of Dr. Pincus, a dentist... Samuel Goldwyst's intimates on them, or literary ageaM .t.tnwtot tin
thathe will turn over his film firm to his son -- afte* i a George Wilner, You cannot but believe that youth i whom I was asoc at-ed
S"Hans Christian Andersen"... Ron eandelPs e favorite undercover whip oef muhear t the same in ucany generation, and alhi y ad a marble-topped
Nancy Eliot of "'op Banana"...Boston seolito e3E et R olltwood's Communist alte- a Utte berserk in the sprga s a and. a bench to.ppe 4
,the prop. of Toni's Caprice, and his mate hav deMided a t -. mn Graham, and aef l
|enovocaane...Dr. Kinney lost 28 bs .... Grandma Me8 Noun n agents F t Grah_, and a
enovocaufe.J..Dr. Kinsey lost 2 bs....Or m e oses These agents and bmlea On one such spring night, when thel es m& a country store,
"Fourth of July" painting to the new White House... o agers would then was milky and the flowers were blao ,-~ri om ensemble for
word Is in town, which Is why you smell sweeter., nNmd secretaries, the arboretum, a bunch of us callow onaa.
'-What actor takes time out to a flivver all the way from Chapel All, ;1 I often wonder what be*ait'
bunt for a steno to handle tim Miontreal. Canada. because It im5 Jlnt f t daby all wound t lItI*
S'uerleans back from abroad say: "Don't know what's hold- eadachy paper work? o the ont tolgo to bed that week. / ,'M3 o Ia
the war especially in North Africa".. .Security ana- ,hedal comrades would saed ut -.... -M- ---'...e"
The Street warn you that the boom in Canadian stocks ,dhemay knew.wu'nu
them of the Wall Street market picture jugt before the AnId therkse Stw. nt__cks
ut.d... ilBenedict isnin Miami shedd her .r m And to thu LStalinist pone
or theatres...Eddie Johnson, nearing 70, Is the richelst
of them all. Back at the Stork Club.. Made it via wfl f 'e ?ell. ra tWaO WHl
ts....Eisenhower confirmed the column's recent news letters. to Comma ls 5I i m
d be here June 1...Communist headquarters in um I8 aBd get theims8~ge
will close suddenly soon...Att'n Chicago Bldg owners: Cto rUebd to te
who calls himself "Mr. Roberts" is a Red. ush l t I 'A NGTON. (NEA).-The geral I- the Democrats havelW
for the Party. nIo-l wDe abmct a tuvn has been that Wisconu u oa.. a Uganst McCarthy,
lle, a~iunware of the Par". earthy is unbeatable In s Sr -W. stillcCarthy Democrais
of Boreugh commander and other high polence (abg. IM41, ad lines Ito hti this fall. But events areaew a f i rth m
of Inspector) will be named by bookie Early 05 a at mMW & .- the Badger state to give Mis a retothe r paradon
departmental trial sometime in June. Corroboratis will These 0cretarles and bid. anzley, ," ., to Schmit,t .i
runners, clerks and other small gambling fr,.... DUN Mninmagers would sign their With. a July 8 deadline 1w filals as ol 1988 W.th
editor of "Woman," now is editor if "Mam"...Ms- Mla emos 'chiefs' names to e or the September 9 date 9rr alst ftions in til
pediet the Canadian Dells (now weth es M (omnism.la statements. Thl Is now one avowed Demoa&oe anovemend 'I__t
le worth 51.10 e1 ouri in about 18 moms... wEy w uld a e membership in C, MiCarthy's senate seat, w~s emnilMbaAi. l.lnte, bn
SUsa n elph ti showing Our Town to Nmwb*l Web* P. oUtit and never ter heir two likely. caoes to g
,. eddy N h. eVdiy Bloh... trip-star Sit, W bases. Considered still more stm e t l -emoo s,
of MN lI eath from her hotel smit. . A.ahut~ They wolMd overihar their a naw Republican star ontb Wi .. "
ipped to empeet a peabl e war between lake ( istio vdh their wives, on whom the anti-Mu rtUM P 1u_ e...

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L Inieraational Eastern Air Lines. with an or-
en World Airways der of 30. is the biggest buyei of
Nw PIlane Orders the Supers so far.
NK. California. May 26 Others are: Trans Woirld air-
orders from abroad for lines. 10; Agr Frnce. 10, Pa!is-
'. speedy St per Con tel- tan Internti, nn !3. Trni t.t.n -
Mtoday p:esari .-qarply in- ads Air Lib 5., Se 'board an.i
internatim-ln.l competition W.'htcrln .- ..45.
world's airways ..- -
ert E. Gross. president of T
Lockheed Aircraft Corpora- RUTH MILLEtT Says
announced that orders have
received from six world air- Architects. areno designing
including Iberia of Spain Anchite .re sothd e
&v' nc of lmbia. r ivlng-dlninj areu so that the
esL and spare parts worin'TV set Will be clearly visible dur-
otl n rbl t ing meals, but It we tuin over the
o Super Constellation wil dinner hour to that extra guest-
sie first c mmnercial ao- TV-family lir e is bound to slit-
ts, swelled to 85e the new- total er.
of the compound Wright The dinner hour gives the f a-
egine. making it the fast- mily a dally chance to entoy each
trsport everm built io th other's company. At the dinner
ds at 2 v e0 in o ei table thre Is oppo .rtun ity for
ass.said the orders. to- family discussion, for light-
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and military super r -o nstel-1 t ut let, TV pul up a chair and
12 ..er -eecon-tmember to relate the highlights
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telrlailn tpder o n rdesar cozs t-a moime when every mem-
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compian'se fno th O nevr a won to be he appred ae
ds at $257 000.000 In commer-'-d.
Sand mliteary sper Constel- But let TV pull up a chair and
n production that extends snt down and thgs are sure to
tholve .late Spring oent 1954. bean different.
erlma's purchase ofthreeu- The child who is dying to tell a
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hro said ed th o or r A p ieoes' let another person get a
entrance by the Spanish Na-IMama has taken pains to pre
s Airliune n the vre pare won't be fully appreciated
a l ..riaetin ,oThetin n. 60 It is poor at last one mem-
'risatian rcnompetI Ion atn'd! leIr t' of 'v,,
ritual cnloer relationship be- of the W--lt rhitr ow
temm" H. said the sale does not be .a b, TV
t 'tf tn "atpr.i in tn l hb r ds o and the
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tellaion for years tate- don't le ernxcept of eove
rife-an-hour tet transport- fori dn e ro 1Ym tat".r.s-
eommn.rcui purposes will not be di ltc .nroom 1-9 v
allowed for the present Lock-thre guest o ime te dTV ier
etd ofct hals believe made mor well Whed takes the family ho ns
..llatonrg hemoun o power pre- wrong dreedtio ldfashioned
lIy wasted rlin exhaust for manses.
~'g 'e Mri hits s a;;zling 374-
i desined to permlt qk,.-,i" rcd vIth each other's!
h re installation or Allison or h an o .. ....
.Vnt Plans .Whine .-Itu peedgive that all up if we Invite TV to:
m p.r n b be a permanent dinner guest in'
609"mh.our homes.
e ir. t two prototyves of the -
PIt and Whitney Super Cons-
htrion are on order for the U.S.
Wivy and will fly in the Summer .
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n.tell'rtion for years. except F/
t it has been nade more ef- When o s turns mon's
Ient by addIng turbines to util- head, it leaves him looking in the
large snmoun's of power pre- wrong direction. 0Mb
y w'ast.?d in exhaust gases.


HORIZONtAL 9Dry
1.8 Screen star 10 Italian coins
,8S' r~.ntrI- 11 Esential being
12I nterstices 13 Noxious
113 He abducted 18Snares
Helen 9f Troy 2 Decanal
14 Hopelessneis 21 In conflrenc.
15 P. inches 22 Laminated
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171.,:c '(*cs 23 Cry
19 English rw-. 24 Branches
20. Arid spots 20 Burden
23 Small bird 27 Units of
25 Mariners reluctance
29 Responds to 28 Station (Sb)
treatment 2 Royal
31 Uranus Geographic
32 Talmud Society (ab.)
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33 Small bristle
34 Unwrought
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36 Promontory
37 Viscera
39 Tatter
42Lubricant'
43 Instrumfl W -
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46 So long (Fr.) p -
48 She isa screen
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51 Units of length
52 Epicure
53 Sheis a-
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'ilLENT DEATH"' FOR 8!D-Tracer paths of "sf t death"
flame across Ihe sky from .. Is M-3 type .50-cal. machine guns
of a Republic F-84 Thunde*!. undergoing test firing-in operationss
at Farmingdale, L. I. This iat'~,hved to be first photo of the 1300
rouncs-per-minute guns in aettn. Communist troops in Korea call
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No, 1 9 Central Ave. Colon

Lewis Service Sk te de Bdetia Americano Carlton
#4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2281. and *55 West $ftb Street 10.059 M. .tl .
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O, FFO R SALE MISCELLANEOUS iMMtK(A
SHousehold Automobhihs Do you have d r ingprm .ga "FESaiONAL
F oSALE: Refrigerator, G. E. Service Personnel Uand Civilian 201 AeMe, C E.0Z. 140 m _0 a. WE- -O O
ap1les, manitor-top, par;el',i Government Employes W ETOLD YOU I U I
Sondton, .0. 7 vene- Insi"st on Dr. Wendehaki Medical Clinic. 140 Orbra d- And now
x 6r s, m tc @ ovb5ibl roI', itGv Employes Flnew.e Co. Estudlonttret. Between K and ac RleeboxDes.
F h0251 J Streeto JPanAm a, 2-34-79. DayR44AD1DI

bouseho ld Aor used car. Night Service.1 pe iyouE0CwhatitweaellmUwtillft- *hikeOtrunks!iSeUdPO'"I
OR SALE:-- cu. f. Frdre AGENCY DIHLNER Regsration rw open for "'M, Escue- ecticide CliLORDAE I- natoia c2am gn & W att1 Bth Ccus W|
SALE ReropeatorrG-M.SevicePersoonnlandCliancticide CHLORIEcis gc.er-nzotrial cm n with 110C1aEDllW OCircus.,
fO 7 c f.iidoi1. No. 43 Autoemobile Row Ii e Kinrgaorten. Hours -- 8:00" ; ,i ol., te. Phon *&R W inLA" Chicg. eo.. ..- \ .
-2 yrs. old.60 cycle$150. Ason. Phone .49E84 3-4985 to I :30 A. M. Son Franc,.co la- raa ltbol 1-113F. In the April I -----. ....
hi gh chair. excellent condition, 0. 7 .vene- .n t on 1
Aonditon 25 cycle, oAsing$35 GUARANTEED Used Tres andi FOR SALE o r- ,r r ..rden. A i. wt D 9e CS
00. 83-5272 Tubes. Tel. Panama 2-4721, Sa- Fttrk, L4A4cttabs, haltf r arden. l
...OR SALE. Complete din.ngroom' turdays, open oil day. __. CEO. F. NOVEY, IN rli
bedroom sets and solid mah- FOR SALE:-2199 Plymouth 1947 FOR SALE -Boxer puppies. Chom- lyf Privalsle 4 17 29Central Ave. TeL3a.MiF Asft St irts -
made by Cowes, also retriger- Kaiser. See 0. Scheltmeyer. 510-A pion sired, papers available Quar- b1Oeit. fir n itiaeo, visitor n
g as stove, household utensls Gufick telghts 4 to 6 m ers 383-8. Ft. Clayton, telephone mar, Trivoll ne No. 6. or ph"Sll
nue 3017. Col on. Tel Must sell next 3 days. 1937 Packard 6205. Panama 2-0170. 1 .X
good tires, runs 0. K. telephone 5- FOR SALE:-Girl's bicycle 26'. I Visit HqflL tMAIRICANO In LA VEGA, Nev., May 26 *
135 after 4:00 p. in. or 7097 Jus- grass rug 8 x 10, 1 pioao upright. SRAUTl CM El Valle. VENETAN LUAs ntAS. ired May 26O BarAsso-ation
FOR SALE toArosena Avenue, Colon, dur- I HP 25 cycle electric motor. I NVENETIAN ic device the N d dAssociaion
SS irng day. | rabbit or Hamster hutch, 6 comrn- R RENT LINs yesterday with a burning bla r.
oFOR SALE -Ford 36, 2 door, portinent all steel, lawn mwe. BLINDSe a s the most A Underworld
lFORSALE,-Fordl36,2 d House I15,0-A, Balboa. C Z.e Immediate tactar yet see mt by experlen
SALE- ` nmotorc cle. Triumpl-. engine; duty, plates and insurance Apewhtteant. mediate lr yet
Enw'imotorHouse.74,pa.F i rFOR SALE:- Hallicrofter Receiver Delivery. Las Vegas residents.
,El Prodr, Balboa Tel" .~ ~75. traded yet Cheap transportation model SX-42 25 or 60 cycle. Apt- AL"N APARTMiM The explosion flared from a - -
SEl $10000 or trade. Cristobal 3- 2183-B, Curundu, after 5 00 p Ma cen.r _unf rl turnaI.4d iil- 1el. 8-1713 8 -loot steel tower at Yucca WASHINTON, My 26 (UP) cooperates with rt a
2985. House 351-B, 6th St. Nes m. __ offiM 10th nStr 22 E. th t with a flash a hundred -The American Bar Associa- viae them how to tha
_i_ G Cristobal. FOR_ SALE:-Show case in good con- Ctallt 1 2000 troops huddeld n to d ay it has opened a criminal wr o tp-
be .For your car:-Leatherette Celluloid on, American de B- FOR RENT:---*u9Ished or unfurni PANAMA BROKERS. INC. otearbyto observe the a ttI wo "
face vicnale registration card hold z." telephone Panama 2-2895. ed met Vista Hert. Hotel El Pwlam a PNAMon waE the ith Ill the ehderworld and help Piedged to the
er COLON MOTORS. Inc. (Dodge- FOR SALE: Poker table, leather Furrished or unfurnished opart- a tel 1 fs The explosion was the 18th rinh va te law. t developing thu d
SL G BlockISELN:lhPrinl le tlsr 8 es erNo.trP Iy (e e Urn a sae
DeSoto, Panama Colon. upholstered tables for 8 persons ment, No. 4, Central Avenue. e blast staged t the t renewe its drive for mulatin the t deal
d r'fi FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury Convert-el e. gr No. 19nd by atomc 45th Street. can scientists who tio bueotTheIsMt
ible overdrive, white side wallaNF
tires, rado. $1,750 Call Balboa,- WANTE l9 1BUYI1: co groundsbyV atomcLsc ientist who. .t i. Betouri me ,
te. : artwoRksofaisB J FOR RENTi-$ewvy built struck;; n. it noted that the eaines ake4
heart~ .aefMiss B Position Offered WANTED: To buy 25 cycle fan at t. Py l; ather o MODEN FUNITousands of persons In L have gathered dust on Senate- Jry or
gnte Ganr. tn.her oFor o 1853, Cristobal. store, office. or agency. with or ER t w the fl tun thel House elves for more than a tory AateM '
in the Canal Zone .J- Responsible bookkeeper or oCcount- .-- without its own warehouse, le Cs*VOM-IM V morning drkne Into y attBr M
ge and the Balboa High ant for large concern wanted, apply' WANTED:--Rponsible people want ca hou34 se811lpeoe ReMph-lrter, blinding light. t e association sto d u It ended Ih
.ox Ia chalet In a residential section. Vait Ua uisaw-aout At Los Angeles, nearly 400 c Mnain against the inder- Ifelue 'h d
0luded In eo9ibit Is a n- W AN -, ekke C 33974miledistant, residents repor ldwith publl atlon o 320.- tees.
nini- block- tiiwhlch won ets, s ''s-ist be WANTED:-,_Bachelow or couple 4pre- Scoutingi s m ..".1.ela-t 7li0 S 4 i A "bright.fltW In tle peace urv A peA
4_.ardner the Grumbacher occo e a and fsrredl to share cotton Bolboo M ar. nortseter sky. crime and iw 0n of par
of Merit at the Florida In- referertet. 'Write to 1ao 5035 Heghts, four months. Telephone. On HU Tontghhe the nar-l I"' ^at
St'rnatlonam Art Exhibition for Cristobol, C. Z .Bolboa 1749. u After 2-Week Lpwig Sae twp oe *e wu ahk 1) g
2 bp d at :0 SNTED:m-SpacA fther r-Wrngltrs LOAN plArLo": sh oAndther "wham" hooft WANEDe coma.it itCxth
ef t-colege.Lakeland, Florida.*- 8 O ^ bada Sn aineatattdrm d
ubP' y t h euCna *.r Ir oteoertei- prihe In re*"' *i o .l e i ta a . -.....ni-l.-I"-p-nI.
-Tp hoar d tnhtW t e x-nit al.4lb o 8 d pekaphr oq d ih, band ateitu w 0i q S0
d the Re lic of Pana- paandence..Telephone1386. Colon. 1- e d'to 2415o*r #i5.,ithed ad stfre ati itheft of the 0e
r ,la ord lBly ndl. vited to view Wnot d On La 1egu. p ,asage of the il& 1
orn from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. AIr j 3 Au Thre feature of the program- w tra nig dents clat the o The included ret
"T ar o1oI the .i'e ram- who nlag plalos, v B,.of rversat he biW at imelal
dily.Npoll 1icaommitteeOf the Candal Zone l but duei'to tI oa1&.l

..... W sDETROITMay 25 (UP) A toy froo G i currently a plogn aide in th wa not In accord- and adopted by parent y. In e.
converted Navy tug from 8tur- wh bei eae f Troop 28, and cetly received an blast One called t d oin Es a
national tugboat race aturda f ll her work with tht of M. Me theft tsual "bit noise" b baure on aree a away with "h


F- n .""Aoro bar.o.t...tht :aSt._"" Carrollwin t notolioLg tt bott lM laand to elite the IP ew.o community -i td
e k y r A tdm ed Thepferturett prlogramwI oto meS denslatedto The volume include ed reeolu- law to
c Fnrcent mmbtosenior Grl 41oo1 Carroll Ad-I IO OLD EX CHANGtE hat apacet at He Mrnderson. 1 ions recommeA mc ed Of Ebesi se l
Dco erOtern, May 2 t (UP) -r A s Wingr frrm roe ently a t amnm aide in ONLY RE OF theorm was not In accord- and adopted by the parent bw. "in IS
Converted. Nav ug2 from otur- waste onlg re W ei asr oop TS, ndouc tly reeoiveds N mLD N R OPA MA. A &n o hehbw t. Onei Cat n Pfu e t st.I On Ho4.
geon oBay, wVion the in mr- tare, Anothe r&rse to her Senior ev -mblemeor I n both Nw and LOm counted for the local bar a=W toa a- a ure
national tugboat race Saturday oft Rfian nete aemisft her work with t twoa ,hq p u culture. lack of ttiusual "bit noise" by bark upon a v.m.oo .n afway wih ho-.
as nlie ."tork bors oe f theb on treaty. Carroll will tell the story of the 41-tomobileu now nothing tha both the blast and o eliminate the ommunti
GreatLlakes hicUrned et heia eRU reas ansded n mme t .ll i ttl girl who wtWe mto e make o3-11rat-l1e 1Rtaol ther tt A Sep s ni' earth's
up the Detroit ver in a race Tre- meat. ourpower cake wth pink I .e TeL u d we rm a
minscent of old riverboat dys. to take up a peace tresa pWal s Alsoon th program will besurf w tono ud Aer MA AccedOf E ei ig
o O f Germany. Mrs. M. D. Monagan, vice-pres- formato aiem asush that the
kipper Bernard erdewi And their formal otdent of the Canal Zone irl ALADIN omb traight
1 Strain splashing In his face western powers said the Wr ea Scout CounciL who will actsmM aAsaM mS S Pnb ola
through tudbakr o the pen windows of the nt imposess upon e- announcer tonight and Mrs. Al-t ure group working on Con t eem that all








195I Mercury mnfe of Ad 8 S~to emu- The treaty will be 48d m Gorgas Hospital. PS to Un a6 o^- and hreen" Mctnmrwk told a re- have In Congrm tlw he tel@
80John Roen V pilot house, gave a man p d whe the nef ce agorg, Grenader of Tropce Arport has b een a h l o hr pre in the
long victory blast of the tug seeking their own way tow to the IaCurundu wth her reGe rh AMA pe ded the chrge o
o 0S whistle as his h plashed Wa7- peace treatyon andnational The rest of t he pringPanama Cwill me aD t o "CRIr A to rbout yte dft (eYd) la-
lantly across t:e iitsh line. oeatit on." devoted to telling what makes a & te Ie 2va lA Wea stiof
in win"n=0-g ue sThird &nnI mhe implicit threat e good troop work. I %t at Ave voiced assurance thr Souse Democratic leader John anyone to asm in 3.
enet th eehaven't devert aopedt hofe e hm e W M tak said today the erace,-he -. sta
Srace. thiskiosae wUo e trouble in GnoermhT yet." American- Medecal Asson ation greatst 'tbr o
the first Amwericn weaft tst qtpj to in a Moscow A o Mrs Isaben Wimeon am As they Ifleto thari t ofhegreatestexhitb on theo nr eIath Davo* er t W "tr





LurMB Poeteh s o th e trophy iek to the CW dleti The are: qh ic hai d d a by prCeal- detohaton, eeat IiC ltBteh to- about he nethet wh a taeen emvs cmt theA
trophy, which ha been vt otnng at the gnst ball slowly tyin the retain special rgh tuiy whe a ieto bad weatht er ed cntr tat 1 i ay pre butng e- thon gw tin the
1951 Fords .So .. 3f ,jaeats of an ti-Western"~e oh p Mrin W ten oer- ond r I tte the ,de of a giving tel l l 'We heart all thn talk o- read t he





J25~ Mercury of The debrasks, a M- eld S The traooptryw ty.ie albya bdt iedertaks to giv h bad owhte. y is a m pressured grous w 3or o n actten to mnasnbSveit
tMS Chevrdist steam tug from Detroit, dtewn inSL*" detail the fal"^ r sch Indom as posable to thge .the aqueL The Ki thi ae, thih h appgMf m ia
195 0Piohsecone d in a cloud of th taip between We-rsa. Wt r Un citya irovernnt. of the airport at Ths c w the twin anof eye, throuhen printing the ,


a1948 Behl almost obliterated the retniud 0Otiena -
194 almost obliterated e 5090,000 Allied tepl The Western Allies retain Vf. twas xnhufced in an ex- i the ot.W I thb t It McCormack at-
14"7 Pontiaes field. /i; ing in West flt t i rights in Germany, tw 4,ere.e iuied Friday by strm failed 0 get the y tw presi ft t*a w
1947 Chr r -5 Waser as an army o ar:, AU-lbade Arosemena. third a it, Mt id a nd
1947 Fords The Maryland. a i oit as a defend.' force. l said Dwoatle leadn was "doubtful" that
47 Ns-h's .,finished thrd. the r. every conceived contain 1) Th.? right to intervene ut tld .e :c l"" "
1947 Wmis Sta. Wgn. was fourth; Patrickl r t prCAS u hl ll
1341 Pors :fifth:Atomict-ai
9 idpons Isev.,nth and Lbc rf to what would Sl i. or rave clvil distur-g-lbances O af the- v
1946e Nueusufif A mfci t sbk- i cane? o tac r w n* ^ aim er of the
'1- Pontiac In ninth and last rermanyror zero"se W r u kThAi
the chuing little were attacked. 2) The right tomaitfg
ASS& l EN t flfIT dash, a 115-foot frmer 3I) Th e and S e fme forces in Western OermsAm.no17b kn
W W M pi River pusher now -it." It insure. the OM I ny aI o1ng jas the IMnteuiaal tin. .t tt W nlte ,l Nae r
J AS Mf sand in the Detroit area',. 4 continue to carry eo1A1W situ nation makes it necessary. Invaltm we being circa- mon eth.ed M the
Five other entries lre. a- ed policy programs DAs 3) IThe right to negotiate wth IeAM ost he weekend for the HeWlft., o
ed, but were unable to mak sbusting and reitt na tRussia over German unifcat aSg t daice of the it iP- e p-E
Because orflintartiute dME 6 victimsof Nazism. and Berlin. disoWatten to teo 1
clalmjobs .... -- .-n The financial tt With those emxmptins. ti at the Balboa euve
i? In detaill how Up.eW' states clerly that 4-Awe0s.
Thp John Roen V Oaverp end Germw S Germany will have "fu
r.iles p'r hour for the ithe Woverboth land -" WARF.
course In ar a, n affairs." landwss". g jo alea eg
the Atomic wonbdb Fbar 4,0."1
Until a half-hgour belo or 1Am d .o
startinR gun, t heoS. troupe here RZADY PO AJFrTI'TG- 3s te.
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Sfo lai 0 omand_ r 0 room r- mand. Not with the fbi-
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.JW YORIk, May 26.-(PiF tilfilinPrg Mat a 4
.Sam Jones and lefty Lou Sleater respectively hurl- .The scores of thr holes we
thrown out and tbb total near
ed a five-hit 6-2 win and a seven-hit 1-0 shutout was based on 15 holes of play.
forAh Indians and Senators to give their teams The s .cotome Toun
an. even break in doubleheaders against the meant at AmUtrsunday was fc
lowed by a w fMiupper.
Browns and Athletics. a `0 w
winners with low net. we
Jones beat the Browns and Sleater took the Maj and Mrs. ood.
There was a owgosti
A's- Inte camp for their second straight successes. 83. The tie was btweentJ
Jetl s a 2-0 'ark and Sleater 2-1. Lally-Louie Jones and Mr. a
J= W hose three-run homer, Dobson gained hisa sixth win. Second, third and fourth Ic
4i t # f the year. gave Cleve- topping no-hit hurler Virgil net were all tied at 66. Georg
lanm victoryoy ov St. Louais Trucks. Chico Carrasquel drove Dilfer and Millie Hammond, I
Browna won the opener in two Chicago runs with a Col. and Mrs. Hildebrand ar
-5 yesterday's hero. single. Dale Bishop and Molly Vandn
owns were leading 2-1 ndy, who had three singles gritft.
Irr seventh inning of the prior to his homer, won a big -t
I when Rosen came cheer for his victory at Pitts- The Interolab team member
wthrf with a three-run homer burgh. Ralph Kiner. getting back of Amador were honored an
and went aeto gain the into form after being out for one prizes awarded to the ladies wlh
victory week with a back injury, hit a won the Interclub matches wit
Te I t enabled Cleveland to double and a homer for the a total of 21 points.
stay full games ahead of Pirates. The ladies' victory which to
the 5 nd place Senators and lowed the victory of the men
the d Box in the American The Cardinals won a battle of team, gave the Amador club
Leag&&# race If Jones comes extra base hits from the Reds clean sweep in this year's Intel
thro h4hts season the way the in which Enos Slaughter and club competition.
rts predicted. the Indians Dick Sisler homered for St. Louis The members of the ladie
w in the pennant without and Bob Borkowskt and Orady team are Pauline KIevan. Jerr
tdmuch trouble. Hatton nit Cincinnati homers. Hughes, Ellen Kenna, Alyc
se-I now Is leading the French, Ruth Lincoln and Orac
MIlrs In homers with ten and D LIAL1 I: Morris.
trilso setting the pace In his D8Sketbal MPi ft a d eting B
h*Ot with runs-hatted-in- Prizes for the Ladies Best Ba
wiS26and has boosted h is T Tournament were also awarded
average to a faney .338 see- \f ni inflifln at Amador. The winners wer
::r ,*a.::=tK'.3 a- To BeHeld Tonight at^~ .?,a *,v
SB. highest In the American IJ Jean Ladd and Sheila Shreck.
Lgue. &TL f Medalists were Alyce Frenc
I other American League K 0fll8 im and Erna House. Runners-u
a the Senators divided withAt M h e Balba y were Sylva Carpenter and Rut
he Athuletics, losing 2-1 as Bobby Lincoln.
huntz won his seventh game The first meeting of the sea- -
sod. Winning 1-0 behind Lou son for the Pacific Basketball
.1taftf's seven-hitter. The White League will be held tonight at SUMl IT PARTY
Sax twice shut out the Tigers 3-0 the Balboa Gym. All persons The committee in charge o
on -0Lt Dobson's fivehitter and interested in entering a team Ladies Days at Summit Gol
I-Pl'k Mary Grissom pitched a in this League are urged to Club announces that prizes will
tbM-hltter to shadp Art Houtte- attend this meeting. The meet- be awarded Wednesday evenilni
m ".The Yankees and Red Box ing will be called to order at at 6:30 pm. at the Summit Gol
l~Viened out In Boston. 7:0 .m. Club. The Ladies' Days whici
ii.uiy National League, the were started again on the firs
tbt* a firmer hold on third There are already three of May, have stimulated mud
c3&-y topping the Pirates 5-4 known teams Interested in en- interest in the game of gol:
oan r Wee ondy's two-run homer tearing the Iopp, and ItIs hoped among the fairer sex, and cad
& W ninth. The Cardinals by the Pacflic Basketball Wednesday has seen new girl
ed8 lth Reds 7-6 as Tommy Lea Officials that several out playing.
0Jvrio drove in the winning service teamsM might be Inter
v iM second double In the tested In putting teams in the Prizes will be awarded for eadch
wThe second game at cm 11ettion this year. WS Wednesdays play for, the entin
Na~idm was rained out. The of the 1916seasonw aC S month, and a2 members are
sWaitbd Braveb at New York team from Albrook Air *ie urged to come out to see the
ere als6 rained out, as were the Base. winners receive their rise and
gers and 'Phillies at Phlla- __ ___ __ to stay for dinner, onderfu
la. fod wll be cooked to order and
became the first Amer- the drinks at the bar are betti
ana~rllr othe win-P |A XkJ1u T .
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ni un -wlth his tftth homer his presentation of plies i
at thgton but the Senators open to the general teafiterlhip
broke up a 0-0 duel in the ninth it I a good time to get togethel
I the second game when Pete for an evening of ft=n_4 re-
Runaelsa drove in the winning laxation, so come on out, every-
rutb With a single to give Sleater -* on&.
hAis'tuontr straight win since * *
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Hol_ ovper f yi telddB utowns'n
Loto Bob Hooper yielded buNt O 'e next Wednesday will be the last
five nits entry in this month's prizes, and
ubom, iven a 1U0 margin a good turn out is requested. The
airfe irnt Inninge when Al F prizes will be worth competing
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H. Campbel iCYO 22 11 410
D f Patricia PLUNKWTT C. Smart (Exitors) 18 9 .001
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Weekly 8chodule
Monday-May 28
Dep. Gittenn vs. Autos Johnson
Tuesday-Maty 27
Dep. Delvaile vs. Dep. GittMno
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as ciyve 1iiher's trophy itfroman members of the Esplnosa ta- SA 35 445-31 u. thtoogh-
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r- Sambo d y Saba In terday's featured Raul no r 44 044 4n 4444 5
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WASHINGTON. May 26 (UP" KOJE ISLAND. May 26 iUPi- A crowd of f0,40 South Ko- ti san g sB 74 waved llgs as
8.1rhe Army has promised to re- United Nations officials said here reans in the capital of Seoul a d n troo dli-
$arn Tthe three U. S. generals today that mock courts run by lent emhls to Harrison's em ed I were o d
Nisciplined for the Koje Island Communist prisoners of war on statement bydemonstrating a- trucks to I f blOc area neW the
Cg ptnanist prison camp fiasco this island have sentenced to against foi'i"l repatriation of prison
to the United States where they death antd executed at least 1151 prisounm e war, I t w tPt.. ie sort of de-
h-uesilond.w the Senate |of their fellow captives. Prlsonet'ftn empounds 66 anad monstat t ha .-reetid
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prisoners s- practically all viol-:. ........
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.ahis me n.be ie s. has r deadly collection of home made
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.. court executions stnce last July


t s country where they 2 Is high than the number of
f tell their own stories be- 2rhbnerk kndwn to have been
d l d. dr.. prisoners kndwn to have been
-, closed doors. killed by. Jpited Nations guards.
The three officers are Francis These aorl I 13 ih three riots
'. Dodd. captured by the Corn- on Kole and one riot in a com-
m1nisp0 at the island prison pound near Pusan.
ftp,qCharles F. Colson. who One Unfted States soldier and
fllfaled wihthFthe Commun- four South Korean guards have
'Ate to secure Dodd's release, and also been killed.
1i1iI Fi. Yount, their immediate The POW courts operated In-
safrlor who was generally rea- side the compounds, usually at
pilmible for the Koje camp. night when the United Nations
'flidd and Colsoh were demot- guards were helpless to interfere.
t-bIrnm brigaidtl general to It is unaratood most of the
eionel' upon the 'recommenda- victims were anri Communists.
MA 'ff OGen. ~Maft W Clark. many of whom had surrendered
psepmie U. a. comnniander in the voluntarily to the United Nations
Pat.:East. Yount Aas ordered forces.
offtlalUy reprimanded but kept Ist Lt. Robert Stock of the
his brigadier general's rank. US 187th Airborne Regiment,
D.. and Colson are now on the prWiipal guard foree on
.Moilpoary ddt!f 11 the Far KoJ, saM tudy 'that & Coi..
hib following 'HI" r removal monist sit'W 1 bllratlNft I*
hi oe. one com0poutt.",
S: Prisoners are presumed to be
There was no indication what making small guns to resist any
manner of questions they -will United Nations effort to enter
be asked but some "members the compounds.
have .Insisted that Congress Diehard Communists prisoners
3loijsd find out whether they of war 8aeMOtO ttMKd again yes-
Ssonally rmaponsible for terday as WNItih and Canadian
the.- Ve Incident or whether l troops arrived to bolster the
they acted on higher orders. United Nations guard detach-
Commun ist propagan- fment.
dists have seized on the con- The Eighth A rm y, obviously
caMBnt made by Colson as,try4ng t 'acwenter .Communist
4*.Iltf"' that fUlited Nations,atrocity ehot I l'aglwt~Mt Abwi-
fdl '"have iflittrated their lean forces On'"the trotbleasome
Ref '~tisoners of war and for- Island. disclosed that trools of
0th s ereened them for anti- six Allied.nations are-now sta-
t oltitsLs tioned on Koje.-- Dutch, Greek,
, Pake was reported to have British. Canadian and South Kb-.
'kMt l the vomnmittee to the rean. In addition to.Americans.
pl~sMty of 3Odfihmuntit r- The newly appointed United
WINtioen" for Sew prison pien- Nations chief amtistice negotiat-
*flI'eently being Itnauir- or. MaJ. e.. '*wiamK.Ma
itMlt the island prison m- son. decisred iMgasn that -
'vh. Ciri 's dre m cent KotjetIslan dIncidents wetre
ft.ence ork's "direttio n" craftily designed" by the Oom6-
ilrefezi underlined taestionv munlsts "to divert world a.t
*ntl underlined testimony tion from the inescapable fadt
Sen. Mathhew B. Rld ay. lht thouIsat* o( former vIassal
laft Pubitc by the Armed Ser- Just refuse pqtntblartkto reti'W,
ViO C committee Saturday. to their Comnrit ust mastefta.!!
'*ltlgway said the Commun-
la.s.had made a "veiled threat"
of :reprisals against U. N. pri- Girl Sc-,tse Will
g~ p ir 1 more stringent policies Girl Scouts Will
h ,mployed with Communist Join Boys Group
P,. .,v,, n 0Bys Group
" "' '.For Scout-Oroma .
dS a d !The Caanal Zone 01rl Soopt
Council has voted to accept Ihe
f ON S 1 n v 1t a tlon extended by Jhn
WU ,Barr. local Boy Scout executlye,
SA to participate with the Isth
h A la Boy Scouts the first obut-orIlaa
to be held here, which Is plan-
'- ned for September.
*2 1f.R. AN. May 26 sUP)ID t w i.Thar. w ill -hob v&II I om lit


*.L &o u. p -iL Uiere wuj De events an noth
lsjntnounced here today that sides of the Isthmus, the Atlaiftle
the. Iranian government had Side celebration at Mount Hope
4dled a five-year contract to 'Stadium and the Pacific Uea'
llt^3 0,000 tons of oil a year activity at saltba Itad tu. .
to an unnamed North Amer- .. .
ean firm.
,h amount bout 10 per
_ Ogef Iran's p iclon before
glo-Iranilan l Company
aeent was nationalized.
tmtaisht make a major hole in


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rivals and apparently was de-
ulpied to emphasize prisOner de-
fiance.
North Korean captives are ia-
prisoned in compound and 86.
The troops, comprlm 3 opn-
any of the King's SBWiroe
St Infantry and
of the Royal Canadian
were transferred from the o-
rean battlefront.
Thousands of South KOranA
frmnners, school boys, hotusewives
and shopkeepers massed in frMnt
of the ancient palace ground of
their Seoul capital to reaffmO
their opposition to forced tepa-
tion of North K orean and
hinese prisoners of war and
dvllan internees.
Mayor Tal Sun Kim of ge :fI
j am South Korealfts Wanted t1
keep the prisoners "ot W *Mll.t
ta they go back, they'll be ft-
,aM to fight us III s." ,
Two officials of the flw'aa-
Wlutal Red Cross which the
Communists have debounhed as
a'"tool of the Athbriean a -
Iofs" talked with the h nl
O0amunist spokeimna on ON t
aftday but declined to revel
the subject of their. eoterenlee.
Oorge Hoffmahn and Nticol-
SBurckhardt. bo, of Swtor-
ad. conferred w ol. L Lee
k Koao 4 hous t1t the Ut-
Staled .with the 'aSp co 1-1
ant,. Brd. e. Maydon L.
l .l 9d -


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VAN PVT b Ow
(lft i, W... A. PCt Fl,
mander, inspect scale mAdels of grlst comif c a
Fleet's 45-miute tour f inspecton at t OW
4* 'Odw* JC oatntr .oi.ma fr- '| .


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DODD AND COLSON "BmSCUM" Secretary of the Army v
-Frank Pace, Jr., (left) treiwda letter to Sen. Harry Byrd of t
Virginia (center, atcU ng-dI f ani of the Senate Armed Ser- IL
vices. Committee, advUltn. t Brig. Gens. Francis T. Dodd
and Cherles F. Colson are 'teg, demoted to Colonel for their IM
parts in the recent KoJe IO*.lson case. Army Chief g A
Staff J. .Lawfta bflta looks on. ,


mgvlto -oalt a contfer-

a infant
amueIls

kMIti-old baby girl died
g irjldnirht Saturday
i A" IA Boca, appar-
I taymna Annie Sam-
Ih a lAmian. had lmen ll
fever. She was
iP%*r mother several
M lbie .ded.
Elil ke arrived at
id "Ae and stated
Ii _W2 Nigbly due to pneu-
AJg*irteoi has been re-


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kaanaement bf
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ilit here he will be
SMr.sand Mrs. Joe
rat "iti jewelry
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0 .InIe mjuVrn tons re-
fiy will ufde large'
fts of aviation gasoline.
k .epro-go int press
jfat pubtcli ae the deal
fof'ign -obsprvrs believed
It would at least tem-
,Uy strength& t ae position
"nier M =Uh d Mossa-
i'peas spec#idc that the
of aviatlo, fuel in the
States becaile of the oil
.iere had led to the oil
Ha were, being kept


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M eftbe indicated they alm mai
d her own choosing for huvt
bd as they chose to go to

g'qWy/ all d e e I ded they
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MiB wfhh mne yet, butt de-
flaftey wenot be a eovent.."
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the .rb
High cO
ercise "
Theater ferity
year.
Four of l o 1
will speak f 4E
"Our Ufe tmI
Michael *1
the class l.i
Challenge."
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kerman
as We FIW
hIenny, whm'g
"The Oon ,-
Culture."
Virgimeda SA
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address theM
Attendasi* 4
is by ticlkt
been lsaed
The clla iw
great. e*ral
will be l AI
ter.
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bound of southbound--is captained by a i *
millerr" p*il ALyou I saf along in lufary l~.aa
'"tS .,Wj;t the Isimre and beuady your
.*osi~f f t-.Asurtd that your ca4it, hJa
the flight engineer-art VmMt
* t*irifa1i'b. Ak are 4raimt*d and MW
hng-rlyfr And -twayab whn4 i ydtie
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W paanv was that Iranian
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.it would I take step
i any purchaiwr of Ira-
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