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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: AA00010883:00051
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l0ur. Commls ary plaunnrsa would do well to read "Nw
-ined Foi A-Comin',' by J. e. McEHoy, in the July
ers Digest.
If the Navy has made available to industry and civilian in
a Its revolutionary new meLho: s of preparing and Stor
e-cooked frozen food, with b'.o ui former a.u.,age space
po garbage and less personnel, why aO't t.he Commis
(bte advantage of this new bas. reces:'e
good though for lae res ,anLti-mais f>i Lotdon
been fotud succeEslul b* U.S. nospILals and huge lux
i why not give It a try In our hospitals and club-
larly as the saving In money and labor eaun bapabs-
N i to the hard-pressed housewife?
S wonderful new foods are already being stocked by
r grocery chains in the US. as the A. & P., and the
tl in the states are promised that "In a year or two
t febst," they will be able to prepare and serve the same
leolous. economical, labor-saving and waste-saving meals foi
r taes, as the Navy is now enjoying in the newest sub-
nes. why wouldn't the Canal Zdne be a perfect experimental
M to see how it works out, right now? n -
S, d the article and see for yourselves.. .
," Wishful tlbning.


, SMALL THOUGHT
B Ifke to join me in wonderij..ibw inch tftoes
1 Loinpany paid last year''
Riag a da Bell.


--' MBUTING #ATIGUES
ndo the fllsted men have to uni-
s) to show for inspections and yet i to
them ? ", .
it doesn't s8ft fair that they tY their 'spend their

i it that the fatigue has been done away with now because
at new general wants to see all the Gl'.s in khrl i's0
It's not fair that they have to invest in #pre i1-Lkils laior-
to have enough and then in fatigues lItlagtr. Wr r at
pections.
Fatigued.
MEDICINE MEN
For some time I have been making purchases for my chil-
of vitamins (trede nrme Homicebi n', a one-pint product
at the dispenser for $2.70 per bottle last such purchase
Made on June .
Today I was referred to the Clubhouses to make purchase
Sisarticular product. Price for same article is now $8.94
S -k a, ncreue 46 to 46% over the dispensary price
lceluded an adequate mar -up
rwe to pay or the Panama Canal Company at the ex-
use of the children? -
SWhat is wrong with the authorities? Have they no con-
zeration for the children? Or would they prefer we take Lhem
and drown them?
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CAMFORNMAN COMUMNR -.
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I would like very much to pay my compliments to a very
iuLful end charming Panamanian girl whom I had the pleas-
of seeing Eunday night in the oeauty contest which was
the Hotejl PanaWma.
B.not a tluoy expert. but having lived in California all
where BLtthul girls are no longer a novelty, I have
girls with such a-natural beauty as this girl posspsmes.
When Miss Ascarraga appeared in the native pollera drers
Panama, I am sure that all Panamanians who were there
t night must have experienced the same thrill of pride tht,
ow I would have felf were I a Panamnkah. w .h
I know that Panr-ma would have been justly honored a
fornia by this display of true and typlic Panamanian
A Princes was nqver more enchanting than she was in her
ing gown. and In her bathing suit she is all the Americae
I of grace and beauty combiined.
When I return to California next week and we the contest
S9iss Universe, I kno'" thpt in my mind I shall be compar-
all the girls to lovely and beautiful Mary 4a, ,

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The Ashift of govit B am-
batseaors to new postal reveals
the shift of RsMMlm world pol-
icy and tAIet to an old, old
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e .ither itburo
st6donued Wh t gh it
had won normal power for
the Comintern, pcluding. At
one mment the thirties.
goT 10,00, Ifltbwers In the A AMA
The cooing, ng popular
fojkt line IS* Mteflly Junked
4 after e 41becapse the
polblb~iro reltosfd that the U.
8. wra so weary of foreign flght-
Ing that It would not stand in
Y the way of 4wift ritvoluttonaryv
Smred armnea tatw*L aohu .
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.the PeIrti were 'I MI


y were paralM a4 s thbev turn- ethttitteh Me g
S -erttien. AIA, g me. their *'- .. .;..,.^. /':,
e ed to ft frha topower enro-
rtblreMegut tIk wvo'A. wl'er-f
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-ever thendwTaxman- ComeiB
I onets to Pt up a "peoples"
N owovr ei0 ,, -14lgence -' i-**... e . .. -^
services, our Pfr Eastern pro-
nagandia ,plystr. and nrores of
the see-ini ,Cetril Tnttellgence NW TYOIK. There must be li it to
agents frnm et o to Banlgkok. att the eihme will tabe lb or a -
as well tP4 h4 are li a r .eent tfo0Mh ai peers, Ut aud p a
n"Wstoe to kri*t f9h, what the ., Am erirA* hIh ohifS St ta
Mosarv courier serve is din- -They have just todck- But.a
atrh'^. to sec corit o onft holders in the Clty f Neaw lo iSm nost her
"reps." venort that the Rnuaras t -s eteoal 1in N aril2s- at
are are'"" M t to their eld rance. O
p.A*ful "^'a-hrt.wet" tartlet. Without IvOIg the e to V60 o
We can live ith them. their i they l On the il
Orm-1t -*1i will May. Only the -ershi i autm to 0
"SovIet .Trton'a enmileA and ill- wfght o ars. They have the auto oc
winherW are leadingg the owners with epe 6xp n*lve t e to be
rumor that Soviet statement worn decorously aon Wlad1i led -7 bMesuse the l sh
and eIrnanmist% mntv the Doa- city budget la in suoh sad shA t tiflthey need toh girl
sl"hif", o0# np'-^rtl n MreIen" mre dough. L'ec a tooI
o the Rolp It and Canitalist '-his tonot teiy the t pwyers' problem, be- olt t,
r X!temR." the Soviet propagan- uase the poor bumi la alreIm tamd t at of his
d are saving ind, what with lunxry ta:,ta ete. taxes, If tit 't
This quote is from broadcast. state and Federal sales tazes and hidden taxes. We th
beamed In English to Britain But they can ai and fine you for so sticker intli .of0
and North America. nm thp windscreen. bnL
"Rumors of this kind serve The gal that worksfc m has a We con- of
the nurone t inisleadtnt the 4viible, which a enoug 4e..ht wait to
l)rord mes of the people in the 00 podstomd m.
CaNtta"Ist countries. Never h, father haM a more but Of
Pnv Soviet statesman at any ldter construction so he 8:.y fort eac. ks, nol
tim'^ mid that the PMePrftl 00- h1 makes no more snA6 than titei"h nw U
iey 'nee of the two xvatesa la r to n hr a e41ant -r *e t a and
out of the question," the Mou "deMthat m i ~ i uto ar
cow boadoatsy . .

saoe itt iJ leaIrnead- Hit him oamar im hd h'shel ad
cow re f' t r- r s yl t t.ill for itL,,IIs L
Rp ~ sw..s from Ij ".. an file
ht to sa tebupern't this w r l ch* nae a 4 pro
feelingsof ahterste of the bud d the remoVal ofO
the Red fathers. on a n ,.- raiL l ..
One of these statagmts, aeon
to be broadcast around the .
lobe, will say, "Lent, the Taxes do -to4tt4n-W fit ta t Iw
founder and leader of the ftint o up. Once the puVic b tis a te airplane, the tr
Socialist state of workers d to the added hb a, t r po.e .it re the M a" &a
peasants, declared, we et leave the lod ut they have
power was first miL plhIss,& ni But they have
made it perfectly elsbat ; Vou would t thAt the U f t a sin of making"
Qie co-exisence of the two sy. would br
tem was possible." a monumes t,sH. w.lS Al d,
Quotes lrom interview Stalin The M. R I- .. El 4ly
has given American newspaper- -n- he has U sih "Is "jTwo'd goose.
men are being revived.
Tniough It all will run atc
theme. That was exprelnat by .
Saihn in a 1127 staLabea n ow :.TS |. Vt
oein g du sted off. T -. .... -
Tne man said thea that I
per:C'iul agreements %aeles
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and imporWs are the asot sait- AarA .wW
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- ;J tU braver than co-star Br- m rd.s lt.bt ,m. mrass best
$ her leaps, tumbles and known to L4 Cnrwflrd, she's
ordplay. Maureen's swauhi-* kemptg the ret he a test. s-.
pbuckll has been acislored down
.t-&- aOr d rrllhing 'he OrneMoore St1ty" is
with rlle and i neariUg the ameras tagi at
[ Warner Brothers. All the neces-
lanide on the spark that touch- sary clearances have been made
rorhy Arnold's fight to .. VEveteran movie director r
,,oe DIMa ,o's visits with IFrank Lloyd, who re d to Mon- I
tuS e-yearh.v son, J"oe Di- terey, Calif., I returtihg to his f
Jr Y Joe's habit of megaphone .allo.th.dath.
,, rrti ,to al,, Monroe a-!of his wife we.. 1"four-
nd Dorothy as "TheDoll.' He inch Aram Kther the
uck.j it up from his pop. menace ( 1 to the female x-
ee "" fm .... -" Ifooters in Sky Girls," a science-
S Dorothy Lamour's long-skirted, fiction thrilkr about women who
parong i the early seens of try to conquer the planets.
"tiT Road to Ball" Is now brief-
er tbb the one she wore eight Ray MillHand's starring role In
yesa 9o The Paramount front 'The Thief." a full-length fea- \
offl ~~ded that sarong wasn't, ture movie in which he doesn't
,owing off enough of Dottle --have a single line of dialog, has!
they dreamed up a scene in the film's cr.'w predicting he'll
which the skirt is ripped off by cop an Oscar nomination. The lf ,.^
Jungle underbrush. movie by the way, will be billed T. VU. t. U. fL on.
!as "a talking picture without, r. i>rl se; e. b
Shelley Winters is screaming dialog.' ...n
1 o"V4w" about reports that there -"Same th I W thinkith
usl a dy a rift in her marriage Yul Brynner, who makes his singing, a soft warm bra gr
to Vittorio Gassman. first movie for Paramount next, ...... ....
"Maybe," she said. "somebodyjyear, recently struck up a friend-
hed me screaming in the car. ship with Prince BuksawatA O
ft drives like all Europeans-0 Slam. the actual grandson of the N A L
miles an hour, scraping fenders character he plays in "The King
al the way." and I." When the prince was a-, f lmss
Shell.iy's demanding re-nego- bout to return to 8lam, Yul ad-i
tiation of her contract at UI and dressed him as "Your Highness."
says. "I won't work until some- "Cut that out, Tul," said thel .!
thing Is done about it. They keep voung m on a rc b. "Just call me'
tting out stories that Im mak- Ned." I
4$"M a week. I don't make
Itt h. It's a lot less." Trees Grow Im Alabama
I MONTGOMERY, Ala. (UPJ--
Danny Thomas, who deserved The state division of forestry;
it, was given a testimonial din- plans to ship 800,000 young trees
e the Syrian-Lebannon- to 800 Putur.? Farmers of Ameri-
A adwlh community of South- ca In Alabama this year. Started, L 5W
lilfornia. The humility ,in 1942, the state's forestry pro-
iifin .A ch he accepted all the, gram has embraced 5.000 FFA
honotland speeches document- boys who have planted 5,000,000
d B Hop.e's description of i trees on idle land. I
: "The Abe Lincoln of the
ed s" No Way To Go
Jessel waos in his best BOSTON IUP)-Safety with a
master of ceremonies. 'ouch of humor was observed
ttr od~ Sheriff Eugene Bis- in the rear of a truck in Bostnm. n
.ats, he cracked: "The sheriff On the left and right rear res-
S A.emeu here tonight without his pectively were painted "Yes"
se, as you may have noticed and "No" with appropriate ar-
bfkile you were eating your roast rows for passing. In the middle,
4<" with an arrow pointed down-
BeHm apologized for the ab- ward, was painted 'Never."
tan e of Bing Crdsby-"He could .. ........
I t gSt a baby sitter for the Bank
f Amreles"-and hailed Jessel asI Vlsaaf R tld
* "the only man in the world whole **l VUl R iSIlf i
I has a tuxedo that's l-.en approv- An pt
: y Duncan Hines." l It 1ur,
James a series N rof am los-
the east this fall. Tele- a d beem sles
he says. convinced him Doctor hass tcoversl ba atek f
people will sit and watch a wa to end these toubleasn
in ation. to-take tablet form, &bolosl
--leM, does away wk gland op.
OtMon on balla- d at play- IZ o W !kIt wor 61 O "A
1 a role- with Claude r.ntoW' a),e ia fv O0 LhTfN f I C HAD
Bad Marta.Toren In "The Dun SAw. Ioh a n
Who Watched the Trains m el'geim eyf e n Y. Tour byes
Boy." So PFrendh cute Anouk sparkle,. uw feel t*o and faD of
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Huut'liof Autouimifte "D ae o bows .ikm
FOR SALE --Mohogany diingroom Service Personnel ondl Cj. iin 20 AnaL ..
set Tab-:. e ght cha,,s bI.tteet Goverre*ell .l loves "FOTOftAFiA ,N
ch.n,. clt,.( liogoni, tcephone "lJI5le. @ PF
tabe. ch, r. T-o 9 x 12 Congo. Government EmpSe1Oi Finerna ., Will remain closed froM June 28th
le g ,th Sreet., Co- When you finance yourvne until September 3rd I | ., for re-
co Solito. or used car. modeling. Any one mhyig work
o __ - AGENCY DEHLINGER pending please call for It fere date
TO RSALE: -- Looing. I wa-hing Ne. 43 Autemobile Raw mentioned.
machine, 25 cycle, double bed Phone 3-4984 3-4985 Overhaul, repair, rifinnrh bamboo
porch partition. dressing table and, Rattan furniture. estimate.
bench, chifforobe 760-D, Barna- FOR SALE:-1951 Kaiscr. new twes.I p u Ala furmstr stinate.
bey St. radio. etc. House 338-3. Ft. Ciy- pick up Also br7b "VtTon fur-
ey t^...-. -ton. Telephone 8-1-2121. knppe 'MEN qapotite Jordin
FOR SALE:-Westingho-,e retr-ger- tOn. Telephone 8.2Balboa diagonal Hlotel 'Htel Roose-
otor. 8 cu. ft. 25 cycle Exceller.n FOR SALE:-Plymouth utility 1951, sell and Ludky Strike 22
condition, leo~na 'oPhone 25- 1.400 miles. $1,75000. Powells IMM- DIA T DIIV-RY
3524. _Garage. Colon.I IMM Aft1 D. LI E Y
3524. Garage. Colon. Steel cable' It 9/16" all theirr i
FOR SALE: 1951 Lincoln Fordor sizes. Specially f r tractors andi
FOP. SALE:-Iternorional Harei ter black. Hydra-matic, radio, heater scrapers.
refrigerator, .iC0 00. Thor wash- undercoated. seotcovers, spotlights, CARDOOI t. NBO, S. A
!ng machine Aulo Magic 17 I 5 00 winshield washers, back up light Il 2 c n tr Por
Double bed inew, with col and 7 800 miles Dodge and DeSort. trade 25 cycle H. P. ,ash
spring and innerspr.ng mattress dealer Tivoli Crossing. Panama. 60 ccle motor P. 0. Box 1775
$125.00. Bobs crib and mattress" Tel 2-4631. I Balboa.
$100.00. Bohi cherrit of draeroo I FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet Con-I
$0000. Bobtms carnage. 000Curudu vertible De Luxe with rodic. Ths
Misc. items 267-B. Curundu car is only three months old Call FOR SALE
EAL BARGAIN --Two double Hol- Albrook 4273 or see at Qtr' 91-
lywooa beds Kiingi Modernistic., -Aisellumo s
studio couch. Black -ahgan,, buf- FOR SALE -By owner, 1950 4 door HOUE OWHnIu HOUSi
fet. Leonard refrigerator Caloric Sedan. Pontiac Excellent condi- MANAGhIR.
stove. Tric-,cli pony scooter tion. Bargain for cash. Tel. 3- WE REPAIR plumbing fixtures at
Maple chest. Cots Misc Call Fe- 4885. From 7 a m. to 3 p in your place.
derico Boyd No 4 'Cosa M.rador" FOR SALE: 1951 Oldsmobile 98 We guarantee prompt, neat work.
Apt. 1. From 2 to 8 p m De Luxe Holiday Coupe, under 4,. COMPAIRIA ISTMERA DE PLOME-
1- 000 miles. duty free. Phone Pona RIA. S A. Phonl 3-3350. Jusro
R SALE-7 venetiron blinds. 54 x, ama 3-3477 during day; 3-2671 Arosemenal Ave. ond 29h St. East.
41 ,. China closet. interior mirror, evenings. FOR SALE:-O-Dalmatian Puinnu.. t,


5 dininoroom chars 9rh Street For your car:-Leatherette Cellulo.d
fnal) Parque Lefevre. Panama lace vehicle registration card hold-
American settlement. Vilor family ers COLON MOTORS, Inc. IDodge-
FOR SALE- tati wash- DeSaop. Panama Colon.
er 60 cy- Houme d-A Gatun FOR SALE--Buick Super Dynaflow
phone 5- 96 4-door. low mileage, excellent
condmon. $15.00, $500. Down
FOR SALE Quartermaster turn,- i.2-3584.
fure- 4 sold oak chairs $3.50 FOR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet. very
each. 2 .61ning tobies. $7 50 each good condition..can be financed
I nite table, $3 00 Hou,:e 0767- Con be seen all day Suhoay. HouMe.
D. Vilhiom:on Plate. Balboa T .- 33 46th Street. Tel 3-3841.
leasone 421 I after 6-30 p. m. 40 -
leI one 4 FOR SALE -1940 Buick Club Coupe
Wi.th radio, good fires. perfect
inning condition. $250. House
522 "C." Cocoli
aL hA A. Ll rA 'FOR SALE:-1949 ltick Roadmaster
S;onet, radio. W/S/W, n e w
t 9 lt, Jl6b, be financed. Apt
*220D. coil Rbdmon 2X-3760.


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IbR SALE:--Portable electric Singer
machine, good condition. Price
$95 00. Phone 5-16,'Yiou',e 124-
A. Gatun.
FOR SALE: An"eiean fags. fast
color. 3 x 5. $1 50, 4 x 6. $2.00.
international Bazaar. No. 76 Cen-
tral Avenue, PonomA.
FOR SALE-One upright piano $150
00. Very good tone. Ancon Blvd.
368.
FOR SALE:-The famous Sixtomat
light meter, rust and shock proof.
reduced tor $24 50 Porros, Plaza
5 de Mayo, Ponami
FO0 SALE:-10" saw. 6" jointer
_ombination, -4 ih. p. motor. 10"
band saw. 6" x 18" belt sander
combination. '! h. p. motor. 16"
x 5' wood lathe. 1 h. p. motor. 3"
portable sander, 'a electric drill
with stand, oil accessories for
above 12 clamps, mahogany and
tropical hardwood $550. Hauw
526-A, Gavilan road. Balboo

Wanted Position
WANT0D: Experienced English-
$panhlh wHile *ccountant, office
+Xftgaer; requires position with
ive established firm. Interview
upon request to- R. E. V. Box 294
an. Canal Zone.


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mar. Tiveth Avenue N; 4, or
phone Ponar e 2,i0170.


PHILLIPS O61M1 1 ottam. The
only court t_ in Cl01 W*fth Oan:
Oceanview -f I0 mtta M. Ste
to beach,, Rqtk W a'uta"A"b
barbecue and hutffl UWlt. PW 1
ama 3-1877. MaswitoI hi4111
Box No. 435 ibboo.
Bingo every Saturday night Hotel
Ponomerican. El Valie. Matk r-
servations Box 1818 ,Panq"it.
Willroms' ita Clwr h C
toges. Tw boedrmf, riideir,
Rockgas ranges. Telephone Balble
2-3050. Economical prepositioen
for renting a cottage during aut
July-October states leave. Act
quickly.
Casino Santo aC"O. Donce music by'
Casino Aces. No resetfttibns e-
cessary. SOatm y and Suntday.
Gromlich's nta CIO beach-
cottages. ElectiIc ce bqxes. gas
stoves, mnodere rat. Telephoe
6-441 Gomb., -
Hotel PANA'MERICANO in cool El
Valle offers taw *rte for summer
Vacations.

FOR RENT

ALNAMMRA APARTMENTS
Modern furni hedrMfnilthed apart-.
ments. Maid service optional Conrr
tact office 8061, 10th Street, New
Cristobal, telephlr-l 1i886 Colen,


FbR RENT:-Small furnished apart-
ments, with complete hotel-sarvir,
hot and cold wOter, private bath,
telephone service, 2 rooms and
balcony at reasatndble monthly
-ates. Hotel Roosevelt. Tel. 2-
0700.
FOR RENT:-New apartment, 2 bed-
rooms. livingroom, d nngroom,
etc Bella Vista. Tel. 3-1773.

FOR RENT
'MiscemlaeOno
FOR RENT --WAREHOUSE SIA
approximately 2,500 squire feet.
Concrete with zinc roof. Calle Je-
r6nimo de 1% Osso No. 11. neor E(
Rancho. See Agencie Slteer, S. A.
Telephone 2-1219.


Rev. Ernest Wilson
On Radio Program


Rev. Er'nest Wln., Vislting
minister from Philadelphia, Pa.,
wUl be the guest !lr i. o' "Be-
yond the Sunset," a program
broadcast over Statiqn HOXO to-
rnight, t 9:30.


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tract.
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diamonds and would have ruffed
out his spades. At the end he
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an artful player who was fully
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going to makelle icks.
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Would you say that South was
theoretically correct, but u1*ucr
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had a very close declsio to
make? Or would you say that
South was wrong and just got
what was coming to him?"
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also think he was slightly un-
lucky. Etety tournament pfyer
bears the scars of just Such
hands, so I sympathize with the
poor fellow.
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An interdenominational "soul-
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beginning at 7:30, under the
auspices of the Panama-Col6a
Christ for Youth Fellowship.
'Rev. E. L. Wilson, Jr., internal
tional director of Christ for
Youth, now visiting thd Isthmus,
will be guest speaker.
Additional features will be
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Leo can unearth a newI -CoinValorO11 1 iI'. .
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6-3 while the White Box beat the St. i4.
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'* STANDINGS opener of a doubleheader 4-1. Purse: $2. l Closes 2 1 000 8
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BERLIN, June 20 (UP)-MilU- e h .S is
taryn training activities were
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day as the Cozpmunist press set
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against the visit of NATO com-
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volunt ared for glider, radio and
naval CS12inn WASHINqTOt, Junie 26 (UP) the sipilni @o the Japanese. 06', %Aft
The f fugees arriving here re- -President Ttulen urted Con- peace tra po .ponth ag control a
sealed thatthe Communist Free greas ye rdy .-approve a e .oted atop befothe
e0 Youth Movement (PFDJ older Vo M4 t s beafo gad p ema ln .the powers at
bad rup anti-tank training journment ntl m er- Y t m Gb ,olier voti ngHouse bi l ha .
courses in all of their local cells, men in th# t florces may ba jted from thet inistt Sao
The# said that parachute "exercise t eights they ate* pendg xtld ite ndwt ottee.
training was given in many dis- de for uSW" erapst te. .TrumagrwrotIW POW
tracts toDJ youth and a num- The President renewed his has ed this. Mt- month 40.
bher of practice jumping towers plea for passage of the n' te h mt I .megs to*. ieabyth.
bed been built. Instruction was one of his ts. In s ate n ton (D- I -
tnder the supervision of Soviet to Vice j At w. iI gWat. ,.he, ever1w, 56a 4 m reofp114 h "
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against Ridgway. vleemen bil t he unable to p.,ll ax e e ,b1.
Macht officers living in the So- electimn Ion
viet zone are being registered Sat.em. .et. t. eld .
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i ner.aj. Gen. Vassily Chui- Solditer w ven the arst he was l death" when ount Federal o ,-t
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' onera charged the War II. am up in a anad are mailed IVb '
tates. France .4 Authorizat as w contaleed th ane n of the a 0 (U)
Mae wre using Berlin as an in the emer pbcy powers atl hew to gett ned out would apply ho W
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