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CUIRUNU AND PAINT
very so often I read a letter in the Mall Box about the
4 Dlorable condition of housing In Curundu, but unfortun. Wy
that seems to be as fsr as it goes. Now I live in curundu and
eam give you some first-hand impressions and fragments 6t
S'. versatlon which would leave no doubt in yOur mind as to
Where the slums In the C.. are.
" First, the garbage dump. Apparently. It will be there for
I he next 20 years in spite of the fact that garbage dumps are
duot supposed to be In the midt4e of the oommunnty. Not just
Vse odor, but the everltWing bumsards make one shudder upon
roachlag the entrance to Curundu. .
S second, grounds maintenance. The grass grows high n
4 -utuisdu and lately there ta the problem of coral shakes. 11hey
%mn Curundu, especially the warm roads, and I suppose ni.
altB some child dies from being bitten by a coral snake will
a anything be done.
* Third, the claptrap unpainted match-boxes they call quar-
SIme. Ten yeats Ago, Curundu was constructed as temporary
ulng, now they plan to have them another 10-15 years at
SWt, but they have not been painted since construction.
Is the poor civilian employee an -integral part of the ArAy
*'. l? DO thy derve to serve their purgatory on this earth?'!
VMW t wait unt;l they die like everybody else?
u O "'t k_ fvtS ps9 o Panama, lor Panama has not-
"Oibt -Ollduer, 0 wir SW times.
Now I hear people saying that if Curundu had a Command-
e eral the p.t would be spick and span. t's true that
Nq tin, Cgrndu. bet. Im fNine we have aen big
ST.wotuld take an interest If Uley had to live in the
ane o te quarters are also getting a little shabby, but
-to Mi pr no comparison between the wooden ana the
queo ie rters.
toe clubhouse. Now I give kudos to the manager
".l~lla.: ittho do the bat they can with what 'they have.
.. t bey, that place could sure stand a good painting. You
bhamve to go a long way to find a more dilapidated, dreary
l we have had our stairs repaired. The pattl en-
.,,I taira at grounds lefl have been rippS tway -
Sthe sy. And now we have lovely bare o toI gaMe
NOte.smidgin of tppt to over their nakamij-..
k s*bat be do tD.O s e the Apprariations CcWlttee
of t he Cu dr onsco
a them here and rvea 's
f -sending C0. latta l to h ow ar IAg
hr should make t pend ele nigh t rob esar-
r wouldd never B. _lI repeaters.
elterate, what can- be don? .Should we send a. dt H-
time Cmftsa ing General, OfiACARD B?
Melt adma und h isdcton, what can io abojat
u m aB? Should we make up a petition 'aad sed 'It
I rws that e world Is going to the dogs, but do we hate
W yope else to it?
fi Panaman I like the Canal Zone. But I consider Cb-
kaoor old hag who needs some paint and prettlying.
a haesome beautiful acaola trees and shrubbery, all she
s gallon of paint, and a little loving.
Serving My Sentence Rebelliously. .
which was written by Disgusted Veteran Of(di
has many fine points but it appears that b
pusted Veteran, you should calm down -pJ%_ s.
l tee you are a veteran you khow hatm e i
ot. In the Armed Forces and among It las f.ta
y themselves have the roughest time. They think
L treated harshly or are not getting enough pay.
ca eame to Panama (1950), 1 thout all kinds of
the Ovillans, but staie then ve 4 few U
diffmnt than any ane dese. txe do -elr wori
l ies, Is cutar r an. .
Snh ur better' wh.hit hart
SMt eis: i well town i in any
IpM igt the battles and the regulate bra about
f true in a w. but I'm a w d I
bie job, but a 1st Sgt's job io a Vutty busy
me a great change to observe I *spoiled
t.oiut of 1S u m tat I lwttore n at
fibe boys, but Wimust t alo
. elne wn .. ,. ,.,
nI the Svillol a knw. hsy the
it all up It SmS mi, a ting corn-
OWNS, Oft U 1
z At -h*e- -
fioes CoM te,- w1,m-mog:
to send Ia ommnMEt deleg a
tion to Its Ip rtt ua*.-
At the same time, the Chin-
1eee Ntiosallit goveA nment-la-
exile on Formoes was vlrtuta
Ignored after it was infoft>
ed that it could send oabsevra
if it wished.
ThIt means that the InterA-
tional Red Crop Confere!*,'
run by a "Standing Counma
sion" with headquai era In Ova
eva, has recognized the entd
Nation's enemy force I 1
Mto Tse-tun, as the le
ate government of China. .
This ignores both the war nt
Korea and the most Bmelaav
issue haunting rcgnhed the dNL-
tions, the banding of Rusula%
In'isieence that tiae UN. a-S
soviet thina as a member.
The gomenrla Ro CNoin
not a mber of am Sand-
ing Cemabenli, is ncNit Is a
commlUlt of governments
which avte loged the Gen-
this some year t ge. 'New the
o China mastnland mtrel-
I by Cosimuslfi and
Ihise fltirnationa Re l ro
coe rence, ftrequ tl do-
nmued dby Moscow and Pel-
pgn, ureognsem the eom-
mniuMa -"aU legitimate
iAn official spokesman for the
Interttlonal Red roB s opera-.
tione, GaIe Oalub, oft Washing-
ton, explaied It this way;
"aT'he Mao Tse-tung Pekin
bVonmn t1gerAken .mt&
By 801 !
RRESOOU 0 m RIV N'. E. -sAlck, Ca 3
jda. beaVe us all. ii-r has a Le, ft
ilce, and It seems likely to be .mn worse thai, a
41 .-the other tIme-wawters, money) vastet5 ant
wark-,wstea he ba managed to pursue n gi
ASpent Ulfe ti
To now I have always sneered at flhinl. i
That was before I broke Intq the sealy tiBe .
with .a M-pond t"ntit salmon oa A fragile .
Just ca me Ibak for short and Watton for
long, because I beet bit HI bed. ,
.n uPit-2 bee& wt t# bd bys horsw,.t
*ootfl Mtht h
"Canada sent the inato A Mn tht sa'ilmon
on tS bass nt the Peklng rather W helinag ead a
leaders *ae the government de e AftS"t1 0t u
facto over -a large pat of the terIbned Salman,, I ie
would and they prs to be winds lately. Any
haSltrianwA." light "d Is roughly
Whimie asbld-iabout the Na- a3, or go ite sefe whil
tioaiat 4oovemment on lo- -Ote of the reasons
magbetvau Ipoed by the smoked, Is that It does nA
Calub aid that of- talent toenter into
fe "se don't have anysort of like wandefl .
.ic "u4e tit." e a nrilday night and Wt a
I f eumderambe ui reiarm,
A 9 I~ tsere Ther was a recent in aM
a= S W Rer when a deal and bb a
i*ilMeort tu tackle, killed
OtU coinlstewlY equipped *511.6
tal of vero.
five lSne.dy .yw 1 nnotice the
wei uum uqtgsInwm ; le q.Ig s A IJe tn./eu wes
lofte ~4 amg" or "bioted. .
.m w-t-.. e i a ds ti I spe Iark.
S'' S ot melt a
T am r ealpob al a bbi
.Sa1iMOw ed such lmprobablenam Bsa.
r, -. ^p
% ^-. *w
rte re .-
did 5dl 0r
am 0w., anybw,,
a a aet ef weight ft'
Into the canoe. You
ted so e a
ot we sit"'
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i la sr Alley:
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Elm tce amioa ced
i lt itckets for tie ox
".Wl lead throtigh th
CinM l to the BAn Blai
o Prday have 'WeA- sold
vr. Price aid, a few re-
".- r AifA w s-
BY OSWALD JACOB?
-.B for NEA Servlee
servations are still open for per-
sons who only want to make the
trip through the Canal.
I A similar excursion has been
- schedule dfor July 18., Price said.
s Shipment of FIles Sent to Chle
Il Whalasde Woes Menaetlr
* SANTIAGO, Chile, July I A
shipment of 6,500 tiny files has
arrived here from Albany, Call-
fornia, on Panagra's l Inter
Americano to help Chilean farm-
.,rs combat a serious infestation
of "San Juan erass."
The flies deposit their larvae
!on the roois of this weed andi
both the larvae and the adult
insects feed exclusively on the.
Plant. By this simple means the
growth of the plant Is stopped
S nd It soon dies. Eight years of
N92 S 2 7 experience with this irethod of
#log extermination In California have
4 10833 proved spectacularly successful.;
T a7 San Juan grass, also called
JIQ5 "Argentine alfalfa," has become
RA in recant years a real threat to
Scrops in hlAK
Q0 25 The flies were sent to Chile by,
C 63 4 8 ? 103 the United States Department of,
UTH Agriculture to the Chilean Agri-
SOUTH (DI cultural Research Department as
6** an initial shipment of the 25,000
9 A J 106 3 2 which, will eventually be set to ..
SAJ062 work against the weed pest.
Both side vul.
I it Weds Nes ast & I W1i
V om IN s 1 PM 'W_
Ope ing lea-6 2-
e ya I KANSAS CITY. Missobri, July
T ifenever you find a player T 'Il A strike of 300 grain
*1Ah is consistently successful Irj e 1 e v at or workers caused an
ouent play you may be abrupt and expensive halt today
it sure that he is expert on on the peak flow of grain from:
t On the average, you one of the United 'States' great-'
Sdefense twice as often as est harvests.
dftteclarer. ad you there- It caught nearly 10,000 rall-
11sm twice as much oppor- road ears at Kansas City ter-
tb show y ou r defensive aninals and siding as they wait-
(or lack of it as your *abil ad their chance to unload at the
W tay the dummy. elevators.
t hs The striking members of the.
trath of this general prin- American lon of Grain
Is borne out in the case of MNlers T) want a pay rale
*WSlmian Ame]. one of the [t IT7 cents an hour. The com-
bridge players of anles have offered six cents an
S yok ty.e beheld the atu hor, in addition to some fripWe
In ft e OM hewn today, Ibeeflt.
f roam the recent astern--
e5t O y can find this play for your-
SDum won the trd spade
Sto follow hiand declarer finessed the jack
Of hearts. lan 4toAeulat', kan
,. West returned his last apade, .A4
40111eler that West had led land Dr. Apfel ruffet .wlth the
bast spade. and -that queen of hearts. -
Therefore held exactly two Now South had to lose a sec-
It was equally clear that nd trump trick. He had to over-
Il either ten or eleven ruff with the ace of hearts, after n,
*m hearts and clubs. Hence which West's nine of hearts be- on r
was no chance that the came a sure winner. : 1i
mien could win a diamond I. is
* dummy's clubs obviouwn l
ted-declarer's holding, the
hbanee of defeating -the
ct consisted in getting twoe
tricks. Dr. Aofel then pro-I
to make the play that
a in two trump tricks.
for the fun of it, seeT If
.WNLm N. pmateer
AWesoMTM fet AfiAL CI
FAST F9t0ET AP PASSEWI
BETWEEN EUROft AM Wil
fi Uwbi *U-
w t&f .infMlufl
ae .-.. 1Tpmn
OF SOUTH AOM
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADO, PEAMU CHILE
M.V. "A MIB O" ................. ....... ly 3rd
M.V. "ALAMANCA" ........ .....S 4 a18th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAfJlKh ftON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMU I to" A
SANTANODR and LA P40"
M.V. "REINA PEL PACIIO" (18.000 August I23rd
TO UNITED K#WODOM W
8.8. 'Km E '" .......... ......-....... ... .July 6th
M.V. "8AMANCO" .................... ..... ay ly ITth
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTO./HOLLA fIA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC P0
M.V. "DURANGO" .................... .... .July 14th
M.V. "DONGEDYK" ................... -- ......Mid July
M.V. "DUtVENDYK" ................... ., j.....-uly 7th
M V. "DRINA" .... ...- ............. ,..... July 7th
All SallUgs Subject to CahUre W t Netle.
PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO, Q W 145M/5
FORD C PANAMA-Av. Per -IW/
FORD CO. INC. BALBOA-Ym m.. sueriL 4..-11
Accepting pas' torT
NEW YO E
by M.S. LEXA EARSk
sailing July 2nd;
.411 rooms with connecting bathroomR.
C. B. Fenton & Company, Inc.
Tele. Crist6bal 1781
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IMlF that they Imported by leading atOrMtl.
Doe the 61Tn Nxerderm haa thes three MdeSSw .
PIO? Are there tlon.: 1. It balpa to kill the WlvwM-
We d on the mlis, sad fungmu renplonesInls W. 1
er r1oot nrfeotlpn, am iwen as rInwln on i
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vmsi em..wl en You Te m thr PA. -,
I mve year Ad with one of our Agents or our offices iu No. 57 " St e l ama
No. 12,174 COntral Ave. Colkh t "
SaMln de Beuil Americano
*#5 West 12th Street ,
*4 TIv' l Ave.-Phone 2-2301. and
ourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
FOR SALE:-25 cycle washer, We
hove Thor automatic and conven-
tionpl washing machines for 25
cycle operation. Easy credit terms
to Canal Zone employes, Case
Spor.on, Centrol N9 223.
FCR SALE:-Hamtrond organ, $1,-
20000, terms. Kodak miniature
enlarger, c:her choto equipment,
gla .sware. House 568-A, Curundu
Heights. Tel. 2236.
FOR SALE:.-One \VWet nghouse au-
to.-natlc washer. 5125; 1 Easy
Spiridner, 125; 1 Salsbury Scooter.
$i50; I fa.rous buttonholer, fits
rro:t machines. Call Albrook 5134.
FOR SALE:-Bamboo furniture, se-
tee,- chair', ottoman, tables, se:
encyclopedias, mahogany China
clo:et. 7 19-B. Praodo. Balboa.
IOR SALE-BEndix Economat, auto-
matic wa!h'ng machine, .60 cycle.
Excellent operating condkion, $85.
Phone 86&3147. See at Qtrs.
SOR SALE:--. E. washing machine
25 cycles, used one month. Norge
ma. ngle 25 cycles. Phone 83-
o ; 2274. 2153-D. 7th St. Curun ru.
FOR SALE:-2 twin mohogany beds.
*" 5611 -A, Diab'o. Hodges place.
r" 'FOR SALE-Cheists of drawers, metal
p,. pointed In colors. Beautiful and
S'~'. modern. 2-.3708. 0954 Amado'
*'ti'. Boo-. "cn"
C.. SCALE':---Eac/ wa.h ng machine.
: ed one year. perfect condition.
$150.00. Mdhoginy co fee table.
S nw, 425.00, mahogany wardrobe
'i wi .2 'mlreors, $50 00.,.N 18.6th
Sfrt,..Co, del Mar. Tel. 3-4398.
'aSW "SALE:rT4 M. Frigidaire 7 Cu.
f. O are;me as new, $195.
tan bi .seen et Qtrs. 283-A. Al-
SAF... oe 86-4, 14.
tt el Wanted
NTED:"-M-id fot laundry and
; .twsdrk. NW 7 Apt. 3. Gerardt
; MeGe street. Tel 3-2739.
in-tglh -weakrie mild
I * WA.r.,. oings, ao
-to b4- onge how-ca.
.Intely 2 ft. x 6 ft. wilh
S ows of shelves slide doors.
Coll thone 3-2201. 8
TO RIENT: Mouse With
er hore of ground; within IF
il"2 flips of efit, Furnsh'd or
6nishpd., Write Box 1728 Bal-
Ipa & Motors
| S W, --e I. P. 25 cyc'e aw-
w- Mole or feomle with
no, Enilrth, Spanish, and
lll --cbrolutely necessary.
SWI I 2)53 Panama, send
advise experience, re-
Swire Terrier male
Vicinity Curundu or
"ed. Wa8d- 3-
C toa Drug C1oln
U0,, HZtedez Jf| t) IN Colon
Agencia Inateracioal de Publcaciones Propaganda, S.A&-.
*8 Lottery Plas Phone 2-81 "H"Stfet corner0 te
PhOnES 2-1214 anlBM
Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employes Finance Co.
When you finance your new
or used car.
No. 41 Automobile Rew
Phone .4914 3-4985
FOR SALE: 1939 Pontiac Sedon
Isixi. Duty paid. 12 new tires &
battery. excellent transportation,
$125.00. Call Panama 2-2778.
FOR SALE-1947 Dodge Convertible
Coupe, radio, new top. Priced for
quick sale Colon Motor Inc.
Dodge and QeSoto; 10th street.
Colon. Tel. 492-J.
FOR SALE:-1949 Plymouth Special
De Luxe. 4 door sedarn, radio, new
seat covers ,low mileage. A real
used car bargain. Colon Motor
Inc. Dodge and DeSoto, 10th St.
Colon, Tel. 492-J.
FOR SALE-1950 Plymouth Special
Dh Luxe Club Coupe, new seat
covers, radio, heater, excellent
condition Must be seen to be ap-
preciated. Colon Motors Inc. Dodge
and DeSoto, 10th St. Colon. Tel.
FOR SALE.-1950 De Soto Custom
Fordor. In excellent condition. Co-
lon Motors Inc.. Dodge and De-
Soto, 10th Street. Colon. Tel. 492
"The leading USLi-CARS let"
The lawb a PRICES In town
fey i visltl It's worth it!
4th ef July Ave. NO II A
FCR SALE:-1951 Ford Tudor, low
mileage, $500 down. 0759-G.
W l Plecaen Plog, ,8.lboa.
FOR SALE: rijick 1950 Sedan.
Two tone. Green. Top condition.
All accessories. Standard Trars-
mission. Very low milelee. Highest
bidder takes it. Phone 2-1020.
FOR SM.E:-I'941 -Ciiwi St46
I Ua Ten eruck, dudy'flde
tar In excellent 'ca tIq Phil-
pine Rattan Fumitue. brlen h d
H Srdiw, fhfolt, l '.
ATTENTNOI TBB. AJ .M'er iy
your vaflr f n. i i~4es still
open Saturday 3:00W-p m.,- alboa
Y.M.C.A. $15.00, three morlths
course. Hamett & Dunn.
Ti Mat t.,gi*
..oe.-baf at 4tetora V the
Latln-Ame Cr Csade fto r
Freedom will hold their first
meeting In El Panama hotel,
room 188, tonight t 7;Mp. 7D.
Thina will be the first othrte
planned meeta-ns before t
departure of Mted 3. GOamdi
Latin American representatl.,-
to other Latin American eooet
triea for orgnizatiomnai p
Govy. ?ohn S. Sebybdld w fl
the honorary chairman for
C. Z. this tear and Pre",-
elect Joad Antonio RemaOn, h'-
orary chairman for the Espubic
of Panama, the first Lptim
American country to fly Its .iig
with that of other nations par-
ticipating ff VNI World wide
. Both Mr. Beybold and Mrs.
Remnn nwill ,reprint the ladies
of the C. Z. and Panama. res-
pectively. WVmilam Mallory will
represent the Oovernor on the
board of diretots. Office hours
at the Crus.de-or, Freedom Of-
ce located in t0e El Panama
ares to 110 i. m.'und 1:30
to 3:;0 p. m. evening hours are
from :a:= to 8 p. m. Telephone,
3-4 31, Paanama
VFW A-&-.k! ost.
Te Held Cornival
SThe Vetipsas at Foreign
Dras, flertsnt of the Canal
e, wil L a gala earnial
ts niasaty srtim, at,
Ps.p. m. he R t OM of t.
damwe, b has een
A cside piats as well eS
a ibis side
asnud the fuse-
I M: t I I I a I I
I e l~iie
Will the kind gentleman who lent CERRO ANI .--.njo a cool.
me five dollars at Case Mufoz, Co- quiet ek* oW blee imexpensivghts
Ion at 9-30 a. m. Monday please week ve f. Sleep nine; gas Ighhs.
drop me a note so I can mail him stove d refrigerator. I Cal-2 holuru
my check M.M. Box 93, 6ol2n. from PIhoma City. Cell Curundu,
Phillips. anslde cottages, Santo
M ISCELLANEOUS Clar. tdm 435, Bolboo. Phonr
I__il3V__ l__ __ Pon.n|ar .1877, Crisobal 3-1673.
Do yea W drinking i eMl-
Wrif Akeeblles Aae.yem em Sm
2081 Ances. C. Z.
HOTEL EL PANAMA
A one day Cruise aboard the Cruiser
"Virginia" to Taboga and trolling
from Tabogao to Otoque Island. Com-
plete fishing tackle for all types of
fish in these waters. Swim at Tobo-
go. Fish over an area of 30 square
miles. Box lunches all Day Package
tout. Leave Bolboa Pier 17. (Toboago
lciinch landing) each day 8 A. M.
Return Balboa 6 P. M. on July 4th.
July 5th, and July 6th. $10.00 each
Passenger. Minimum 8 passengers,
Maximum 10 passengers. P ho n e
Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660 or see
your Travel Agent.
This Is your chance to see the PAN-
AMA CANAL. Leave Bdboa Pier 17
6 A. M. July 4th aboard Cruiser
Pescodoro. Arrive Colon Stronger's
Club about 2:30 P. M. or leave Co-
lon Stranger's 6 A. M. July 7th, or-
nrve Balboa about 2:30 P. M.
Lunch catered by El Panama's Chef
Counnell $10.00 each passenger. For
reservations phone Jungle Jim, Hotel
El Panamh 3-1660 or see your travel
agent i Sorry all passage sold out for
San BSas Cruise July 4, 5, 6.1 Watch
for next tour.
FOR SALE:-120 bass piano accor-
dion. Phone Corozal 4236 or Cu-
FOR SALE:--Console electric e"wing
machine 25-60 cycle sell or trade
for 25 cycle washing machine.
Baby tendon high chair, $ 5:00.,
Crletobd 3-13-73. z "
$Oh ALE--rOne swt of u riL
drums and traps $75.00; 2 Me'
springs for 1947 Kaiser or 'Prazer
S15.00. 1950 Chevrolmt 2-door
De Luxe Sedon, excellent cndli-
tion, radio and extras, $1.250.00.
Phone Navy 8592. House 84-B,
6th St. Coco Solito.
FOR SALE:-Living, dining, bedroom
furniture, refrigerator Frigrdaire.
goa stove Tappon and Chevrolet
Fleet Line 1950. 44th Street East
N9 22. Apt. 3.
FOR SALE: Fireworks, American
Supply Co., S. A. No. 14 "J" St.,
FORt SALE:--P ner Pups. A. K. C.
ReVistered. Clayton 3215.
FOR SAL#!--Bt offer. New radio-
record player (UnhItrsaoll cabinet.
Bench tender, 25 cycle motors.
Jig w, .coffee table, large elmc-
tric dloc, plate gloss mirror, odds
and ends. Downstairs, Church of
'Chist. 08-1, BSa6oa Rd. Tel. 2-
The Maftuana IRacket and
the draa of a Gaod Girl
turned 'ad... I
-il tel -TllM... I
wo as aaw
GramlichW.- Santa Clara beach-
cottaf t electric c Ice boxes, g a
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
Foster's ltihis d cottages, half mile
beyond Santa Clare. Gas retriger-
ators, Klgnes. Special rates week-
ly or .l nthly, private road to
beach. information visit Dog-
mar. voH Avenue No. 6, or
phore anormo 2-0170.
Old fashled Fourth and B.ngo,
Hotel Pnamnericano in cool El
FOR Ri..-Two beach cottages
Santoja-lar, fbr the 4th. Schiiing.
Tel. a11boo 2756.
Modem furnished-unfurnished opert-
ments. Maid service optional. Con-
tact office 8061, 10th Street, New
Cristobol, telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR RENT:-Smoll furnished opart-
ment in belt residential section.
All modern conveniences. 4rd St.
FOR RENT: Small lower floor
apartment in cottage. Suitable for
American couple. Good,, quiet,
clsn. Inldpendent.. See frol *4 *e
7, 90W9, 41 St. .
OR 45 :-Efllb* I0 -woo
z iime 2-nm J-
-, J1t lapedM4.eb. ;I pf
.OR SMA".-H4ouse at L4*nn
beach lot one mile we&
Clara, Five bedrooms, s 'e .
rooms, large living arid ld4nln
ornm, garage two cars. p fr
quick sale. See owner on tpmiW
July 2 to 6. C. F. H. HW. d
As of seven o'clock this mortl*
tag, traffic on Amador RI
will bq temporarily relr"ej
permit the repaving 4 tin
An announcement iS Q
Maintenance Division H- l
that the road will be eld ftd
about three weeks. Duir tbk
period traffic will be 9 aUd w
Northbound traffic 4stl"a
Bamboo Street and
Street will use Amader iD
This will take care n al .
bound traffic true
dor, the 15th Naval
area, sad the residtes
dor Road. Bambooo
Banyan Street. .
Southbound traffic I t
areas, entering from o
Road and Aiadam R
of Mango Street w Mll 5
via Empire Sttrt 4*d
sidentla area within 4lJp
Naval District .
The sections of 1la d*
between Balboa Spll nW'f
go Street will be*a"q tSp
In both directlqpal. 4,
Traffic akang 1r a
will be raced
Milmm for 12
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fk. a~ ^ Mg
un- er of
iht and i
C ti g B ab a 1" k
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hge wla SW as fwith trhe
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a W RMiI d their s a t
be was r istMed
lion iS ODined tohe wLi4 en 2 th
amd their -
mrk for tha. -
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ad aS a shli t
kfd In July
y service. -
his return to
ttt and In May 1
ed t the Atlantic lock
wlht locomotive opera
.m I Ieem L a tunnel o
* ratured to the Me
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Ak Force Goal
W WPASHINGTON, July 1 UIP) -
the Senate voted 79 to 0 yeater-
n to ginl the Air Forces an ad-
1 $600,000,000 to continue
udig toward Its goal of 143
$tgs by mid-1955.
ste uators alto oerrled
-Wt agreed 47 to 30 to retbre
lO2,00e in Air Force research
ia development funds. They
approved $525,000,000 for this
The action was taken as the
senate pressed toward final ap-
proval of the $46,405,000,912 fis-
cal 1953 military spending bill in
an effort to wind up Its work so
Congrees m an adjourn Saturday.
The chamber voted to author-
lie the Air Force to spend $21.-
122,6M1,770 Instead of the $20,-
484,111,770 recommended by the
agiWpoprlations committee after
bmarizng warnings of growing
qasuan aitr power. The money
would be fore the 12 months
Sea. Jesph C. O'Mahoney
D.-WyoJ.), sponsorof the move
to irestore the tnds, said "the
4wlet Air Force It being stet-
bu. t up while we Igr." He
Sthe additional money
a enable the Air Force to
Sts 140-wing goal by
a House oved
to deprive ialtive
generals and mlrals
tr v aides.
ri tetenne be
Lete epm. mp.n
"fLet lthe iwo) JbMiS4 d owh wal kdto
rWKC-nTT " "N A . m AY, j
IN TSZ OOP CORIYTIWON SPOUGarTc %aft to t, Taf
The first taU% are fat
apartment said o
ur and Dwight The lowdown on lTat atosnple. He is a gritty, determined, Now aob do you k
their aides but frustrated mam of strong character and ability, who ively, pWg taIlMe the two
officers of sim- aggressively, stubbornly wants th b White House job. -.. m "M prom
4br duties. Enemies of Tft cannot forgive him for whft they call h -s i appro
re by Sen. Paul' inordinate bpd judgment, though they conede his honesty. The trdtg e16 oy t m
L.) to elam a old joke, till fresh, is that "he has reached more wrong d.S- -rm, eaoed by let
Ok muafth ot smns more ably than any man in 4e'lcan public Ife." beet-kim
Sfor 4aise Taft makes up Mis mind and neSer budges. e voted against b
a4 sadliaumase Beleetive Service.. e voted against the edniffirmation of Henry i
uha *b e Sttmon, the grand old man of the Republican Party, as Becre- sea Pat, waenb
w tft tary of War. vwe ma m Ite fPaeafl
t0sI.,..oo e voted against Lend Lease, from the top; ctvilUan tt t b Itb !1." W11'1 r.I
a against the U m of armad orien oms from oo. .bot1o I .I
Soutde the Western hhfl e, BRlt 'ke. back in A eilo '4t -.
adte r dis not t aof A e loos and acthis i
te supported eluded military aid to most tmnuillit general, and a tn
hie Air Peree -.o00b- record seems sto that he Ib
Wow, Isi oappemtb ak, can personally elastic enough to be-
ihat Praideut any man with such a record be have lke atvillsa,
S ed t to be present oa y hate to
SmSeem' m.muach of a teitlonast, too aIs.d
n a d demos cy -a o the muoh tainted with the Trt
n2S Ai world is grapp with cr t_- Aehem4 brush. IdberMls s that
a, b bt, mpost menaog Wt han he too coea atic anoug tob
h a me er eaed? I eryatvo to o
bat ,the 148Iw. th e senate oal- a h i n ot
te bdilt unt ly not an isottealst aa be l se emtoedt a-bltilnftii
House figure aeves nobod ceim be any tooft Wr ient ei= hamsl. be sdrds tIIe
stand. The They declare that some' of the me isf lerns a but it holdef 5Bomtito
0.000,000 less programs he opposed he. now oeth etfore, be It Tre- s ve TO
suorts, and that hi obietlItos meigbeWe, has always been
of were not against the prtnt- n glon. arre? He is an eext
S ciples involved but against the e b came home ani t, capable,
dose of am 29"A s. tot I .m form, he. hirwt a
why be should be abat
m. Ponent at a plan f e
favors, let's a M ANa h
nation If tar fratu : toSIM .
rab'ut 'an. act *O b o
Ssta-d.rds ofa n
be constantlyy preadm. 4Wal
7aft will, on theh'nh wer wwt -o n
face hot opposi on from he could ole
lie g an muchmo i t not be gent of a B ant UB* a
-20n tht phpe m ad be
1m with ca would not be
there, were Sfg acots o Ii
The lowdown En s.enhgwor for pea .
not so simple. e. Io an o-nedt, iMU s .for aee
=od man, much more complela not h 'e ttew awa V tt
man t mlo lm t1ab, -semi national
.pfl m t tholfl- r w ham Sin-t flirted o|ne woab te
Sftr, deficient in a& SOmo f ttap g er.'tr ayt to tar. athe
Alte man with- a 9018toram 0e6Ito- tmat.tioe would not be-a
Asms% Youton and Im awho 4) Women,02, fll4 a EUnS- She pqdhlastrai
no -serthesJ00% "H_*m*erous than a-flg b lbU nted .gl.
-ftobtilal yStttebis Iane cS- S lk eentaed 4
to Serv. flmis
r- Abrah t
m them at
.. V ,.
warren, Mastasn ad laArtht
fnow aim t Wa a4
ma les -NMM .lt RsI
, iSlmar fl-+ I*
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