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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: AA00010883:00064
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u M SE basr feAND TmHE CNAS ZiE Poss1 s h Ames- officials have flnlg our,
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TS C. OF C. AND tfl CANAL ZONE quite underapnd is that tire'is it
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I would appear s though organizations to protect their both idets have recognittt dh e- il o dwlt"
atI'I are adv a em certain arg ments atilnu im- nothing is gained by bloodyilg i ls
Siraon which inclue barring from sale at Com- and starving the other.n r ed hi
lpbhouses and Poet Exchanges on the d nal Zone Perhdape t's best expla inedl untry;
s ticles other than those of "prime necessity." by starting with a telephnm ,
A close examination of this booklet titled: "the Merchants call received by Philip M u 0.
t astma and the 0. S. Commerelal Agencies in the Canal strike relief director, Lee Pe t
discloses the extremely narrow and dangerous minds lis, the soft-voeed, mid-forty- he o
edited this one-sided, unpatriotic and self-fish condensa- lah, eu adite chap who directs Cogess was
f mythical wrongs, the National CO CommMay
he largest employer of Panamanian itisen on the T- Services Committee network ill
Sis Panama s the Canal Zone government. This employer 44 field agents in Yo ungtow e arrY
the threshold of adjusting o a higher degree the stant- Gary, Chicago, P lttabor ai
D living of all its workers. The Panama Chamber of Com- a hd eany insbt tht ant s Ii
Industries and Agriculture in its lopsided presentatn all hea industrial ateoM. s
Sirevanes de berately neglected to mention that Te oal mea tre Ai ow e Mt
S B ol5of notes between Memoers of the Panamaniantioe hae tHo x
Somtnission and the Department of Starte in Washington, its Baltimore Y" A 0"
,hbeh r. 1 8 that "In recognition of the special relation- opened all its r-ereAtd ion'u
twen the United States of Amer ca and the R public and meetag facil tIes to the
Switch respect to the Panam Canal and the Panam.a striking ateel s O L .
Company. maintains and. wi maintain as its pubicettire Baltimore sMiA ne
the principle of equality of opportunity and treatment of directors hd voted for
St... as will assure to Panamanian citizens employed this -. and it should bePh know
i. Cial or the Railroad nailty of treatment with em that sf leading fembern of
.who are etisons of th united States of America." the board are stee corporal. "ie.re,
e ditd not the C. of C. make the above one of its bone tfon ezeehnoes, eow o e being .l
.smtsntltn if it is a eive minded .or.aOu? If anyone struck by the CIO UNted
on the Isthmus reserves the rht to the sches, real Steelworkers.
Sat affe Sts them it l the leal rat employ who received These steel executives were '*tr
S deal I the loss of 0O hours leant earned amoumting tao not turning on their r an in-
4l o W olithsw e.The buusr. vewen the bn- GrCa nfl ie rU rrf
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d %r- ie o. okesa y isi -ietyi to t.Tunion's demaled fl e a union a a *a bc t *
a cnova e of the employes ot taken it would be found o o elYMCtor e- li .g
sire the Commissartmes, Clubhous and Post Ex- directly or sitting bo y wh9e e
.eeiair sed operation The employes Gonly beef is high big etmel cities helped the NEW YOK--Apart from being sick unto acute train from Bst sr
Wif.h are naturally caused by overstaffed front offlpe n strikers surviVe the Srtit. boredom of all had prize ftes who take the they are athrwiag a
agnele whi h eatreite a drastie shalde-p i as to And in slfamy of the seeas, name df Reoky and ut it for ferolty, I him.
with sound business prct teies. What is needed is les the steel cmany exe"tWes imagine ulte a lot of us weary df the ane- Baseball has Wi .,fl b. t
SIntellectual superiorlty and mnorte business aetme do have tire m e to am tifled pes.W to pat ta. imumes aeits eme oo dt'ni eI! ersm
aial Zonae oapdi a couple of experts from ei there e ii o the re- fight between two "as. SWvd like.yo to
Awabam &tai, A. a P. Mran les or what have m le t is-an so cut the d rkns Countn i the st tOn of "The Star wins but was.
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is l-ph lator eye- and Lady Mary Lawfqrd, is Roc-
Iy Cooper, Gary's estranged wife.
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1f" sweepers that Marine roadway play offers and "The
seh and other movie queens Purple Parasol." a suspense mo-
ojed over their orbs are as vie to be filmed in Vienna and
CUa6 C6nfederate ftfley. 'Romre In the fall.
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with his plans to produce hiis
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over one eye and she's not independent venture backed by
lug it on a collision with a Texas oil millionaires. The most-
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Nivens is shaky and al- formed a corporation, approach-
every guest at Jane Wy- ed Bill Bowers to write the
big Hollywood party knew screenplay, sounded out the War
' m ... The tension in the Van Department about cooperation
S eon household is the buss of and .ot a 1953 date for translat-
SI ooda's smart set. To add Ing his war experiences to the
k to the fire, Evie showed up screen.
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a)I -excuse for his .absence. i Mario Larza and Kathryn'
!Grayson may have tangled, but
Ike Jor..s' wife. Helen Gray- Gisele MacKenzie is setting off,
so, recording 'If I Were Presi- firecrackers ever her Fourth of
for release just before the:July date to rejoin Lanza on his
0 0 ber election. If Helen were]NBC &Irthqw. Blasting rumors
rnt. the lyrics say. "the lti t Lanzi hates working with0
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s "He'sw eru to'me. He,
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there'd ever be a fuss. lS, makes i e :a ments
se other countries would be bhoae gy tabt insists on
loaning money back to us. introit nu s himself.
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nowHoaholl Antomohiles Will the kind genwman who lIn IGramilich
Service Personnel end Civilian me five dollars at Case Muite, C ot. .bo-uaatto gas
R -R SALE:-25 cycle w-oher, we Goveran Ejployes lon at 9:M0 a. me MAtly l stoves*,
hove Thor automatic anod conven- Imist oh drop me a note so IR cm -44 ,
. tiaoal washl acifnes frterm Government E nploYes Finance Co. my check M.M. Box ), Ctoen. Milip. Slto
-1 Sp&rton. Central NO 223. AG/IRCY bHLINUhR your vacation fun.3Damee '"11"
F' R SALE: -Bamboo furniture, se- Ne. 43 Aultmeaile Rew oRen Sturday 3:00 $. in., obO fhend Bg,
S tm, chairs, ottomans, tables, set I tenv 3-A.49#-119 Y.M.C.A. $15.0.tr #brl i Hotel 'I. fowE:
t". Chin a ursearn Edp nn.Valle
encyclopedias, mahogany China 0" SMi E1917 DoIdte Convertible c arnett ) t u"
closet, 719., Prodo. Balboa. Coupe, radio new top. Priced for os 'mus b
W" SALE:-G. E. washing machine quick sole. Colon Motor Inc. b 'I Cosino e
25 cycles, used one month. Norge Dodge and DeSoto; 10th street. Do you hove i94in casso
m trngle 25 cycles. PhonA 83-1 Colon. Tel. 492-J. WAleI c* blte 6 tB
1, 1274, 2153-D. 7th St. Curundu. I O SALE-1949 Plymouth Special 2001 A r C.
De Luxe, 4 door sedon, radio, new SPOT ItEOUCING
TM R SALE:-2 twin mahogany beds seat covers ,low mileage. A real Tokes inches off t.ip, walst, tor #s
V. 5511-A, Diablo, Hodges place. used car bargain. Colon Motor quickly and safely without d ,r AL
ALE-Cheets of drawers, metal Inc. Dodge and DeSoro, 10th St. exercise. Call 83-5245 for W iht drn
pointed in colors. Beautiful and Colon, Tel. 492-i. ment for fret MItreatih mints.
maFrn. 2-3708. 0954 Amador FOR SAl..E:-.950 Plymouth Special to"
Road. 09 D Lu@. Club Coupe, new seat F R
od. ..*. 25 Cyl. Excellent c dition, Must be Seen to be op- 9 S t.uitobl .
dt e 167-C, Pedro pre'aed. Colon Motors Inc. Dodge FOR TSALE cle
ki Ar.c and M OW, 10th St. Colon. T el. M c492 hirner-.2 5O er .w ere .4
M. for 2 "5b"430." T k 2- .r 0 7
dnes $20; 6 piece F0' Custom Baby tenda 1O R d1ek -
S $IOn rdur oak chain Fordow. )1itncilient condition. Crio- sool 31-13 b",.


vs $35; cub scout FOR SALE:-1b51 Pord Tudor., l FOR SALE-Rocm FOR 5 MM
S $u 1fet; "Cur oakcheit rs15; m-Ieo down. 0759-G, 50T, complete
<----^-E,------.- FOR SALE: tick 1950 Sedan $30.00. Co Ig l
oete SAkt-Meta bed, couch, each. Two es. Green. Top condtion. FOR SALE: -Z m.
with spring and mattress. Mist. All accssores Standard Trons- Radio. Excelen. t4&11 7
At and floor lamps. 83-6288 mission. Vry low mileage. Highest 387-B, Catoi.
S r 4:30. bidder takes It. Phone 2-1020.
i lLE:-Rot an mode, bedroom FO SAL:-Radd for your T952 ppy, male, 5 weeks old. C
bbfh. box and innersping Dodge or Plymouth cars. Colon Mo- Balboa_2915. FOR A, 1 a ,nle
dresser large, night ta.le tors. Inc, PanmIo and Colon. "r9-G, ,

wfth de and mttre.M t.A ol. F Seeto House 7. t F OR SALE- Ra -Diamond errins, di-n
Sdit, nd flo~lmps. 83-6288 missio- o-4242. nr r w mlee Highest
S200.00. bidder tkpsI. Ratn v-t. Phone 2-1020. Phone_ I


SR. I .h. endroo FR 5ALE:-1950 platform Truck LE: -.
toble, et $175.00. rugs Chinese with winch, perfect condition, good FOR SA s $e Sis -foot us'
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itic aloot Wsr Hooter, Price $1,395.00. Hgue. telephone.
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mPanama 34 l arg FeORFSL tmt-1951 Ford in perfect FOR $2A.6! i&C a a- @ g,
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lomles .srve conducted by the *ne1 two statories:
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Mri. Wley's distinguished ca-
in The Foreign Service be-
SIn July 1915 with his ap-
loatmient s a clerk In The
merican Kmbassy at P a r I
Where he became a Secretary
bM the Embassy the following
ar. In 1918, Ambasskdor WI-
y began his extensive trav-
Swhich were to take him to
continents, with an assign-
Went to The Hague. ToulP of
uty followed In Santiago, Bue-
S-M Caracas, Copenhagen
d ,L Laand Berlin. In
_Pyto, he became Counsel-
rit of tbqw at Waraw and
Sltve4, tA te n the same

W glsod confronthig the

id ri new to the Am-
'EMut b has observed
t-UbfM e conditions which
B.W SilGent tQ Moscow
MIe. e wa M, as Counselor
ber to whto en the United
bb under Sovied the Soviet
,o.. theo to Antwerp In 1935
Bd Vienna in 1938 as Consul
eral during the Amnsobuss
M oA1. He was appointed Min-
Uter to Estonia and Latvia, now
H__under Soviet emony, In
lMy 198, and serv as envoy
bo those countries until April
141 when he again returned
l .e DepartMent of State.
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mbr 1H4, to Portugal in 1947,
g~~in ftbruany 198. His his father, the late John dI.
Wtoi emvoy to Iran' WHey was" Amltitan C01,O
IV a effetlve Septeaber 30, Ambassador Wiley was ed-U-
Wh be W be wass ned to ted by tutors, public and -
Of O W avte schools and attended *a.
r r. on College at Schenectady, New
I JaaWy IS, 1951, Untit Yeoft, ibefore- goi to -O* .
assignment to "the Republic town University Law SchoO6l t
f PanamA, Ambassador Wileny Washington. D.C. Mr Wiley calls
Vs the American Negotiator Indiana home though his fath-
bld head of the United States er was a congressman from
lpresntatlon for the lend- Buffalo, New York, for many
Snegotla0ions with the So- years., in 1934, he marrled the
S"uaBnlc. former Irene Monique Baruch,
.at Uordeau. Prance, charming well-know artist
1 mber 3, 1888, where and sculptress.


Epic Leaders Expressed


Lerka's Basic Ideals

a gret, historical Ja Marti: *
those ho "tnse the meaning padeen come n
of teisr times and, expressing do ven que lo
it in thought and action, shape sin decoro a su edor."
events which affect posterity.
They are more than men ca- He Hunt
able of summoning people to F or u
folow the bright banners of ,.
freedom. They are the creative IN MaiOnli 0 "K
leaders of a nation. Their place
In history is secure and lasting. SPRINGrELD, Mo., ru
Today, when freedom Is faced (UP)I There's no evitc
with a critical challenge, the that the Spaniards ver
words and deeds of these epic the MiSpanouri Oards a 2
leaders continue, to serve a miins iVn gdo i th se
guiding beacdbs pf liberty, millions Ingol int
Thu a the td States, ob- Ben F. Wo hes
serving S national Indepen-I dea. He dug a h -
dence Day on July 4, must find deep in the middle b i
renewed Inspiration In recalling field In search for i. "
the historic words not only of tre nure" he bBv ts
Its own heroes, but of the other n the vicinity.
creative leaders of the Amerl Some 17 yeart I a
us. field newspaper ftl I
Wahlhglton, JeTferson, Boll- treasure map. *fThe 'to.y hi it
var, San Martin, Marti and the that the Sp ltlds b t to
Other great men of the Ameri- 20 wagon train loads t ld
as voiced the aspirations of aspiration nd silver bullio n t
the peoples whom they I a d where In the Oarit.- .
through epic struggles for in- Woods said he i
dependeme, find the loot
gonna find It." -.
Their words have meaning played "wctthg i Mn
to all free men today. to the map. ,
Simon Bolivar: (iAngostura -
address) "Nadie debe dudar
un moment en emplear las Taxpayers ike P 'um
armas para defender Intereses ,
tan preceosos y sagrados: pero HARTFORD, li
las armas deben ser nuestro state tax depart
piltimo returso." there's truth in the
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the same object, the success of than vinegar. Th i ,
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are we athlre, ourselves aone
but for ae wholb human race." successful in
Geora Washington: "Slavery taxpayers to u I e
is a child of darkness." old method of
S eny Clay: "-When the In- rested.
dependence, the happiness, the
liberty of a whole people is at
take, and that people our
neighbors, oir brethren, occu-
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continent participating of the
same sympathies as ourselves,
I will boldly avow my feelings a L. l -
and my wishes on their behVf." 1 1 - -
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*H^ A |( w wish to congratutie -
SVilt |iWMh in the world. Men
llht eit died for generations. Yet, at
stnds p.M-d, young and beautiful. To
be reipttotd, loved and admired by
every free man, woman dnd child.


Long Live t he, Statue of Libriy

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n the month of strategic significance to the de- by Ina three.t foo b tatat t a
the states the mocratie world. to the ComSltW pei to fKt the t a
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the ninth, Coiom linest example of steps toward mae pi lte unda ee y te s "
id Pl i the atN. the formulat ionceptin gale tatien th notl Nat The ofayt1 touh th its
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not any other calendar the Amerls was the Bo and Social of all l
of national indepn- lBvarian Conreoviet held in o tate secret. scholarly better fnd t hi e
braoe Ieebta s in the Amster- Pan wrte in o the Panama spireduby.0tio a o entur hiy Penif-ylvya,
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American n- was doggd by dlays and ill on forced labor and colne8. freely, to : her athleen. Geter .of t





a the fact th rmfortunesiets conception raon r The t J ration la of drunken div
S brace a brief f Contr MWosio to the ideals Other ha ighta -of his state d atsn a world in othe time tared byto
m y 1ear U ich had fled e Amei can ment to the committee of t hich ementbe jstly t hemselve ande case.t fo
Sof Indeel denle o patriots In their fight for in- eminent tourist follows: and breated. can b returned art
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SwI aned thn brought tpbator, the Army between agnifi- "Commfeature of the sn criminalet eco- srmne W ovCe bers.
andcrife asserted It continuing mplonuted 21nt to 24 month genesmall minor lty r Bamo theCen m C u OA
tfo democratic Self- to-er-ice peace structure laborer used becand the ovant atdS t Om
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4-Mia& axB.' q Aulrre 114
5-Paquft A. Va ues 117k
6-Alabarda F. Rose 114
7-Lufoso V. Castillo 110
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Parne: $37 -- ep Ctw 3:35
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the second annual Chrysler-! evening, July 27. Ifl lOUp IImij5
,Mouth Isthrnlan Invitational The third round by Sunday
'Utnament will get under way evening, Aug. 3rd.
StL AaLoB, OO& Country Cl-io The finsa round by Sunday Finals for the Fourth of July
SMorrow and it promises to be evening. Aug. 10. Canal Zone Basketball Tourna-
tD more successful then last nment are set for ttnor wr
bar's event which attracted ove, If contestants cannot get to- noon at the Balboa High
tLgntries. -etier on their time of 01:v I'ien Gym. Facing each other InWeS
This Invitational is open to all 9:00 a.m. Sunday is the official finals Will be two ball clubs fIem
h golfers in the Repuolie anA, time for the match plav rounds. the PanamA Ared F% as-
at Canal Zone, which means The player who does not show ketball League, Albrook AFD and
i$ tnrce 'il be a separate up at the tee at that tLme for- Special Troops of Fort Amador.
'M. A. Powell of Colon and Game time is 2 o'clk.
agrtematte and Arias of Pana- The two service clubs reached
*tiLy., v.Wo are the distraou- Ve the finals by virtue of their wins
qe of Chryster and Plymouth in jS r ylast Tuesday night against n-
a-erea, have really extended d last Tuesday night agai clubs m th
emselves in offering a prize list dependent ball clubs om th
cond to none. There will be PONY LEAGUE. Canal Zone and PananA.
tfi g silver trophies for the STANDINGS Special Troops won their tght
nand runners p in eh for a berth in the finals by de.
.rs and TEAM- Won Lost Pet. feating Chesterfield, 49 to 4. and
t the belief that some golfers falnbow City .... 4 1 .80 Abrook Flyers outore a f1t-
Iybe spending theJuly Fouth Camp Coiner .... 3 .7350 In Carta Vieja five, 52 to
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decided to allow the com-t Silver City Hts. .. 1 4 .200 one another for the second
is a longer period ihanIr this season. In their ua
I for the qualifyinground. Silver City Heights scored their meeting.n an Arms
eori gvfirst victory as they defeated the League game, the Albo hoop-
:r^ eerdlngly, contestants can league leRding Rainbow City 6-5 sters scored a 40-38 tory over
play in the 18-hole qualifying in the Pony Baseball League the Fort Amador club.
at any time on July 4., 5. sponsored by the Physical Edu- the Fort Amador dub.
a.N 8, or 9. They have to a. cation and Recreation Branch of In Armed Forces competition
their intention of qual the Division of Schools. Behind the Albrook Flyers are leading
iJt45 by enterin- their name the three-hit pitching of T. Mon- the league with a record of Miv-
r4'lbg Bob Frettand, Brazes tez, the cellar dwellers played len straight wins against de-
5 k- ll pro, immediately prior flawless ball afield. L Nevers feats. Special Troops is ,tl ird
it_,.. continued to show great power olace with five wins and three
,ere v ill be an entry fee of at bat with a powerful three-run losses.
l,,rafnd these proceeds are be- triple and rifle throws to the.
IM iven by the sponsors to the, bases. Trophies for the tournament
fVelhPemedalist prize for the men Filver City Heights 1 0 0 0 5-_- o e of t f the chmptonh tem
Allworth of merchandise from Rainbow City 1 0 0 3 1-5
. *e,'Braszo Brook "pro" shop T. Montea and C. Smith: J -
le the lady medalist will re- WilllPms. C. Robinson and J
merchandise to the tune Donaldson.
'-andicaps will not figure In!
.tAh i tournament and players will The School Boys nosed out S ....
hind their own flight level by the City Heights 6-5 to take over
boro they make. third spot. David Coggins rellev-
iere briefly are the conditions ed L. Smith in the second inning
9v inn this tournament: and took credit for the win as -.
ilfying round to determine he blanked Silver City Heights
W of sixteen players from for the remainder of the game.
.4th up to and including Starting pitcher L. Smit and
irly 9. R. Alston with two hits in two at-
There will be as many flights bats each were top batters for
_"determined by the number of the day.
errnes. Silver City Heights 2 3 0 0 0-5
'-The first round matches must School Boys 3 0 0 2 1-6
he pipved by Sunday evening. L. Smith, D. Coggins and D.
ple-i by nyi. IgCogeins: R. Alston, P. Escalona
A,lje second round by Sunday and C. Smith.


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7-Wild Wire J. Baea,
8-IHechlso V. C
0-Marlacallto B. PulI
10-Sir Doms A. VAsfl

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5-Hurleeata J. RodriguW:
8--Montmartre V. OrdftWA
IV--Pavero J. Brafle

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--Jepperin J. Baeza, Jr.
3--Tupac J. Chuna
4--Beun V. Ortr7
8-La Chata 0. CastUlo
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7-Prestigio) V. Ord6dfie
--Curaca B. Pulido
11th Race "'-" Natives -
PWtW: S275.00
1-Avlvate B. Pulldo
2-Sireha V. Ordoft
-Cafatblanca J.
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K lry nd wouna up 4,01uuuu.uu
r ti'rfd for the 1952 fiscal year
a nWWarntbu.-s w Taft Steamroller f Top Gea i
I' Mihe World War II. but It was
IMsthaa half as big a Pros- .
leat Truman predicted in his
budget estimate last Jan- I

Hg,.osed then taht the coun- IkemienLoseUDeete Contes
try would go $8,200,000,000 into
,e htoe trying to rearm Itaelf CHICAGO, July 3 (UP) The headed by National Committee- altread b ien recositr e and Sommers, who did .m
and help its foreign allies. Republican National Committee man Harry Sornmers and State b part in the arguments.
ITfiesaury Secretary John W. handed over 17 Georgia delegates Chairman W. P. Tucker. The "If t Wo PlirtI t- staunch enhower
alyder's final figures for the fis- to Sen. Robert A. Taft's steam- winning delegates promised to Ing to m 'e n the Lodge dented a Tas r
% ar disclosed that to prin- roller yesterday and then voted retain Sommers as committee- South, f ben to db- that Gov. Thomas E.
reason for the President's to seat one Eisenhower delegate man. serve d cutoms ot New York will Ilace E
Ssgueus was a lag in foreign from Kansas. tdeoeg mnhe Bou t said. S her's name in. nomination
din g, which fell $2,500.- The committee, conducting Roy Poster and Ros Pikett, convention. He declined
o m short of the January es- hearings In the bitter convention Jr., who headed the whaift Hugh r farmer nation- who will do It.
,r; kate of $6,900,000,000. delegate contest, approved a Taft slate, convinced the oem- al co1ni. iMt'tan, later
S. ate a$6. 90000,000. pro-Taft Georgia slate by a vote mittee their delegates should denoun at bae called ,a Hearings on the bitterly.
#ase armed forces spent of 62 to 39 over a delegation of be seated by arguila that they "deal" the, Taft albe delegate contests enter
I 111,118 -, less than the 539,- Eisenhower "regulars." -- -eond nay with radio art
55JM allocated to them Henry Cabot Lodge. Jr., l viut Ton bared. Backers of
"m 12 months ended San inall manager for Dwight a lost a ht for
go'id are AtmiPIC Energyf .inower, promphtl bl- II7 adlo aoverag In their
failed to ed "strong arm tactics of the -., defea Tuesday.
faiU ml to elres committee af said he gave up
l0" M of its $1,17.560al hop0 of winalag any dele- lGler decision a
t *1- gate contests before It. ently foresadowed a sq
Lodge no sooner spoke at a Is, Vo ete-ra I daofre for thel
SLodge no ooner spoke at a e for ther reported that revenue press conference than the corn- heer before the
for e year hit record $6181 mntttee voted unanimously to seat tlonal Cotfee, ma
1 ,000, t5 .0,0000 t- OWilliam Horton; Jr., delegate-aLt- BULL SHOALS DAM, Ark.. July one of athe ompientsft almost ltete that
thbe ,62,1d,O00,000 predicted laige from Kansa, over Rod 3 UP -President Truman yes- which I mst =roWld Slt ois
l-te sl e d"eOunt. Bentleyn, Taft adv oca s d terday warned the South not to tht to that e lcto without i t
$he pe ace ti m e fflc e n ort on already y w as an a-
h3St,14o6,0.000o, compared w senlho*er supporter, the gen- In the 1952 election .de ohte D od t A w la tr.
Wt the presidential estimate of eral didt gain a delegate. Admittedly openitg the "whis- of lI ti his
fla,0l e rs pc e Tas Iam oth e tal viewed tie stos. asn, th went, on yesmt n pVu natiumi rommitfa
Sth a compromise gesture of ithete ie ha e"season, m e thedresident, on Yetei taki nh the delegate bh
er report disclosed that Ta which In no way dm- told the south frankly to count morepositive tack ad told the a an
blic debt increased iihed thel fin control of the blessngsunder the New DealSouth effect that its or e
0,09 uring the last 12 mit committee-wi a- ttrn te ilookt TV"
h to a total of '$259,105,- A am iing that the convention a trta
S and vote cc"ordlgly In Novem- of eaanuna "der a la Deal-
th .ratifies thecommittee ree im- ve racoi"l Novem-.
lamo- mendations, the Kanor delega- tog forward. Ufatt Ve1ns we have
he ttutoy ebt limit is now atiaon would have 0 vS ear- sthe t ever had I t t
W oolee adn twbtoda e. better Sfsca xprits expect tldcoweran l sf or a T tic admlnI ttlow of the uast 20 '1 rea
nto be reached by the end vteo as ona~bfur dx Satee o la
es ct~ahe o om1arid hde to er tife igt "R "eber thon things th"isl li thf t"o
lthe p owent l year. m would be core t hea It naeh. year whime you see ad hear theo wl"t" ho, Mhe e ai
t rt trp -o N em the Craentateb oasmMttee, torml of porAtil propaganda ti or .,M atoee
bt tch m comm-- G tte ean he apele. tu ba the sloe," lhe said. 95E 5 orthe a o o hCc"
,. At CAI Out he sA he td to "We dolt want te tamrn b ckd[ 0I
St he ve to eml od the btto n th the t alok. dewat to keep N "h- SA
d inen^ta w ibern the convention floor b or teM con- leg forward. n t WimeM we have .
-44 Sinde o h teh t love Iresolved. toep OB reibting thae Pull- te
IS-- .nWJtt + -tt_-3.4),ar- N o .JA
no Sthm t">Pimg Taft victory In baks L hd doft. h
; J "Tthe 0H entwtt cum after Thus the PaiKdW "bto In.
tthe V. S. Navalvs- doMmoreoAr
=- Sal trinilS ke consider all 17 delegates, al- a p tdd MIt deIunt th ir
I=r annual training efe. though only four deetea-at- th of wftt de a
Sescorts a a l larue had been certified in. di- "hoekin" ince of "sial ol
t 14 officers and 362 pirEi hinest ftmpart"sovmethf fn t w Ps
wll depart from Thirteen district delete eon- peosvle. dal l of'- AM e N
olo tomorrow at 2 m. tets were to have been decided The oca of ls isit to nd a lo otr
t 0 r return trip to New by the Georgia State Committee VWotti Artsaes was eda los s to try to erryB
but Chairman Guy Gabtleisn t en t two et" Federal ood r goo
on the Ithmthehe of- So the state body had been eMad hydroelectric dtms, d.
Z (Irlad men will be grant- jotaed from acting. 8ft l s on the White River '"l we have b m?%!<- BS^! ? .
Sore leave and liberty. Thelosing Oeort -on er wa tnasthork a snd







: -3 f ^-*lo t ae n ,olre tedto chertwomtnewe are goingtomow."p ,
Aemultfaflor daas tt4 r eseuctur easM .-..." +...-
r7 Pit u a t*oex of what his ad-
m|niokyoion has done for the
OWhavedone a lot forUs
Wkole comtry,l he said, "but I
Mahyhave done more for
than amy part of It.I4
"M NewDealwand the Fir q
Del hiave done moremfor the'
Sou than any other national
siAnlstratlon In this country's
l be-?reside t,"ticked off a log
le.. of MlnPovements in th
South since the late Franklin D.,
Rosievelt started the New Deal
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;:-.o:ibo oleae better," he taid in a at-
.a l i mmi~w *df 41te live i better homes. Y
10 11i* Betravl more. Your children are
VWW a -um'qhoemuikisoeay "oalthier and better educate..
. elsa? Take.'oAka-Seltmr! Simply .0 0r0Tol whole emoeae and soAial
"gum" i two iao a a of pattern 'o nchanged-rapidl
.'. tw, sand d arink the sparkling, and pea3*.--0o the bet.
.% a o believe your Headcemrse to cawst their elelttc
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