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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00069
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00069
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det day, L. 16ers are publisd in the e rolvesree. tar es a political racket--for

lease set fe kmlp ethte i atnes Ieudl t* enns poe such he Al the spet,-l C eainform 1 on
Ikdobta e n ee waitei an y le spef an ee ,f coeses. bu now quiet moving re
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as of "'. ROO" to the etlect tat the prvleg exten ~t au the ntrty that he a

to .chna e Zone employes were basically for the n olCon ben- o e the u-se aye C -
*Mt of the'U. 8. citizen employee may be tec hnietly etd, in itu 10 big unions as the .e
#at tt i a fact that a great number of West la ians wre ai a series of pacee t ft
rougt to the Zone under contract with the Canal Copan ly. frht s each of which are to Art
Many more. possibly the majority, seemed a t havt w n Able p owu the dtlyates, and
iget ino the country without an O such formal contract during a t he Candidatea, of mie two
9 InstucJeion dayS. parties t buhe
SI am not familiar with the actual terms of sAch contracts t Aedy innocent appearing bon
t doubt that there was any specific guarantee Of commia- but pro-C0inm lt fronts a re
ry privileges, free entry, housing, etc., but t oe contract Was contacting delegates to .he Re-t ie-
lely a promise ofl a job Ror the constructiol period, after which publeln convention. And they g
was assumed and specifically stated that such employes would ate waiting only for the Demo-
l repatriated to their own IslandsI and h.
,. Sme element apparently brought pressure to prevent the a e to c onvene before the
lOtual repatriation ol these employes at the end of the construe- ar oes tor wrk on Mr. Tru-
n period. Would It be that the then Panamanian landlords l a is o1atni ln a surethe he
ght pressure in that respect to that they could keep their Thiela is warningf to tahe busy
t-infe ted tenements fillda with these people who were kicked Adelegates, oa eager to talk o
f the Zone at the time? wor peace, not to be taken n
SThe housing, commissaries, etc grew into being because at by thi Well-financed operation.
eotime the inlux or construct on workers poured in, the Re- Bo akfll.utly, has this i sder-
I. had no facilities to take care of these workers. The Canal cover maneuver ben directed
to do it as a matter of self-interest-but I doubt whether tibat some of the leatw Ag orl
tcan prove that any legal or even moral obligation exist- asmons actually have sucaeed-
"e lirt of the Canal to provide these facilities. Ed in misleading one o1 the
In any event, the question is rather academic now, as rela- Pution' v m os t itfl atial i
Vela few of these old contract employes are sstll working for Congressmen, fhd several -
Canal. Whatever obligation the C an may have had to- r at wing labor leaders. ***-ev-.. . waa au 'l .-. --... fo r t e M- th er -e -l.g Ts -
the original employs certainly does not atend to their There is no desire i th is o-
dents who constitute the majority of eyes and the ir o C n to hurt th oe dn eve thea
mwl h seenowlecnupequarters buinthetrss uret, pebpleandt eall b P ty linking their w onMr.s to C o ve
WuBtal pariactionloft. the se deont threat h an tofhe reaoenutMn io z u the Con gsi ry o n a ern t
Stprit, win to the manner in which t n i u under the s e Co mmunt rOcts andt o
g, pKrssure in thon o ld sec tfoth at.the ob olndkptherire ,bu sy is.omm New4 grngia f URK
t age number of nLatilno Panamanians whO e o rp for sw i vek c ea elg te sa ead By S RUARK
the Canal one who certainly have no elaim to any such extra and the labor leaders are
lees highly placed AFL chiefs, one o who
It would seem the basic argument of "A. ORINGO," that the i New York, one in Chicago CHICAGO--The late Wier once remark- ley until about 2 a.m., and when he ft- who
1e rate townsites in the Canal Zone should be abandoned, and and the other in Ohio. They ed that we must indeed be relation If we ally to make his famous hell-roaring fa ine
people resettled in the Republic prop theerithnoother rights re being rmed and are could undergo a national political convention people heard him and fewer saw him on the TV h
rivileges than any other Panamanian citizen, is justifiable, e expected to break sharply wih once every four years, and he never uttered a screen.
han more than one rpuespect, desirable, the tspurous "peace" org an- truer word. I saw him, and heard him. That is whet I
If the local business man could oase his sights beyond the rations. I suppose conventions are a democratic neces- wrote the most accurate piece I ever tore ub.P
wan of lining his oekets at the expense of the . citizen y shall know them, here i le the hotd, but sometimes I wonder if That was the p which said Truman en
& Zone employee i ru the abolishing of wt fe privileges are some of the fronts all it wouldn't be s eb to settle the whole tIfag, win.
ment to said emtlaye and if the politic os were more con of which have set up Chicag ione flo, high dice win. It would least be No more cold logi for this oy frm nW d.
A* ed w. the welhre of their country as a whole father than headquarters, cooler and less trying on the customer. From here hi I am a huAch payer.
try to.t rich off their Jobs, both might have been able There Is something called the To say I am facing the ordeal of the next It is nice to note that MeSsrs. Zldetowr and the
lihe the opportunity at existed at the time the Canal World Affairs Counetl, so new month with horror would be a mild understate- Taft opened this lawn-fete by thuetbin
to consider the building program for the rate tow and cleverly camoulaed that me at each other and hurlng the lr

,Nitlate flo W t like ousll Iion et ent. hn .th;t R lfori Ing AL, bt d CO sakers for lave in th, city of erpetual S unday. Philadel- who.y4win the setee
nuom ather of that ien t-Pan wasbites wn th e oWorkriaid lve aniiroeta elphta, will awaEs b ngnai the s.rt BO" ss i nrt. r
e fo rt a could y he veth anted.i to' dans h t a dni ald tel l e do I eadlthe tad ef e .ay- e C* i ll e m e

W done f v me n now, Ait might not be too late. Now et' A to a c n hiul on a ht e
It .umt ogras m would be "A. R proposi-" t he OOP ehe ... .e koni ChaafI

I, t ton s o be s olved n both sid e In ere were Wpao, of 0 ,r i to get y heai Ha rn~ oo sc ea ithr -the o .., wT
j reofy publeplo rited. men wotrh. ylet n epam _blig,, th e a. po-oviou t peace patter In his pants ln Ihila la a i e obec..
ptaes of such a es irora m o the rtehp le as a Whole sishould reb i g ee o a d e b story in e db seem to e ot fa llr
al town athema suh amaetnian c tienlajstifilab Steuben, a man of many alaSges, televisloc. It was a fairly fresh edium for the on the eve r.
"Lorettown" developments on Long Islpnd, with their own Red Army some.years ago. me's -and they weren't very hep about make-up and mature deliberation.
t e tvices, super-markets, business imsts, t., euyld be now the Comar nst propagatw staff the w ll b hot. It will Re t
t local conditions. The great nu of O un da bos As I recall fiery Mss Clae othe Luce. key will be drun. e will be
SIld permit h some ttype o preins- f eab Ion to baUweuos yd alk l keh do mea eIn dra anf Ta ts the tiee wichsa dra Wt tl
and ue lrocrl materials insofar What Ihere's t h e ew Yor _i look_ Uke a dayolnI lout'om th sea, ahd a t ert e will bh e firstnits ,n e.
a ccred to t busine un oits sCir m sr- a Inchsitimte, t pme tti rg to boo. e a hed the cra.nia tnd e.. wce whIo at-
the Z wneo ee rdeountdgeo _a oholot. wthnl ll _.l th .t f .mr" t.
tohoa progm woud er othmight hae Peace Crusade, thige Lad f t eep stjoks was constrained to ats speech tstuie and e xhbit and poet prldsenuly Ito
h a program would necessitate d theieh anf Conference for Peace aond soin benefit of the laernt, twetih s ame.ras. M olt e.o t h -
namanin over nment, sthe Unht ,e al t in- Mastachuse ts Women or oRepbllan shindig last time W s about as e will be made. All e l l
f, And letf no one state that tdeeae .a oth t Pmeae -a al drawing ln gd ta pitched battle betw .ba two hit- wea I onte r and u ri t an, l-r t
business men in the Republie to help finatse suc i 8 .Ch man (and woman) poWN.: a erybody knew it was to b. Dewey e And I e t ,.umors. if lit-
ere they willing to build housing units for reaTle at a low meeting halls au d other Ifi ib tt he at the d week ertly in weatinha do f ldr s re*ate .s the we s osBel.
ir other than build or hang on to their disreputable te- mftgt s from left-wing-u nons teri aen t the D emocrats. Children n t.dl ta et lost, and lad will b B..
I where they can pay for the et of the batIld in ort In the maritime, communs I it wrl too mh o e
i i.me, these rapaelous ltndlIrds are n1ow e rymngto high tons and electrical fields. '111I5 it It had to be Harry, 21) e ,the party tie. t the uOveraee of te unimport*str a N
II (and with some reason) that they can't eant the ens I hen there is the Committlee p i ,l dent and. kicked hIs out of the r eh n antste nethts. _r
ohwthese building. ut if an pyg or pee f p- Nor PeaCoeful Alternatives, wich ilaston. And everybody knew t iat poor, A brpWill be a thn, d ro
tof his oWn-there are no rent t olae et u sounded like a ltmate o y oldn't win it. at. i.. A e1s date for aidency
to the eon t at designed tprovidebh o the for eweI aon. ,aittse
Re PlS o0w living like animals in the teheienta of both tnal It hs it ver eblbanot tothi'rther"tio
tte eventual tse blots on thle dma ic, and mo-rStietp deaegat i an hi-s*i.t.
he towns could be eventually erased for one sad all. dividlual letter saying that theMir
.the main arguments h e such a move woesd be "followers" want a certain kSIdha p i la Isa nt
on the necessity of the Zoh eT soye bming elela to hisn of peace. Tot know what kind, t. _1 S
of employment. In consthueOtai days that might have been of course,.. 5 P m iu frothev
lafld arment, but ndW. with s aLgte irnads and thraow- The Comintern courier, whoet E
actes It cannot be aepted. As ". has been identified and traced, ,y etr o
if the Canal did not have to support publi housing, has left further orders for the
it would be possible to raise the pay of the local raterS11 second part of the current poa- -
nately. Which would permit them to purchase more aut- litical operation. CMICo, (M .-ath RepublSaN had De- chelae In 1940. Ne wasn't A e,_ance
supported services, and pa or theirwn hes. During the am o cun- r.ggy5 gced th po th eaonl .potrMWs ol .
adrPy?--cert ey.petofwhat Par-amb oalmeb ngOA mentions, lhlle eheisrtie De i-- .di0 e BootheLe W yw thseb OOP eonvenduon. 0 inllThe4, g,
"with vision a nd a sense of publi we nare and reapt- t a twonalacond a M c t sant e won over Ta~ft t n A eltO.
Int isc time that some switch "prophet" appeared on the mocratrs arnd i*teibean Paer ] t*lto moot.wMle bednavec r ank anh S t P
thsene wutf leaders are i Chcago, or o mean a s ., ab0 "hin their m. oV tam

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a program would ietn essr o _de W or k---s me" S........ te faere1 tses ora Wuteand netrslttuman dnpsM 1__ on *
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and there, to asett ",eacei "atte o--as---ghr ead thIe Democraticstl

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** UTRAMPTON. England, complete until The "United
.7uly 9 (UP)-The U. S. super- States" docked here. For record
ame "United States" received purposes, the crossing ended
"i tmulttious welcome yeater- early Monday Wnen the ship
Say, frbom the nation from passed England's SouthweteWBn
which it wrested the trans- tip three days 10 hours and 40a P vUuHTn Br inICM mT EM M
Atlantic speed record. minutes after leaving New York E111aM M NORTH AND sBoV~A PACIFIC COAsI
-10 hours under the "Queen (A UJmited Number of PaMUU Bmilthsi ) .
Thoumrs s of persons lined Mary's" 14-ygm.- dM Transat-
the ehadiel eoaut and the off- lantic lpeed *4&rd.
shore Isle or Wight to cheer 7no', ,ECKLES AB
and ship's whistles and sirens Margaret Truman climbed to MS. chin ................................................ July i11 fttEB AN
shrilled as the new queen of the the bridge as the ship neaited W.
sea lanes steamed in from Le ite berth to wave to cheering 0 lOIA. .. Pr A c ................. July
Havre. France, at 6:05 p. m:. on crowds on the pier. ..,-.LyPSY -
the last stage of the crossing t hMe" U tdAM EIC A WESTCOAST U.S.A.* JIuyL
SPlanes circled overhead and Shortly before the "United 11 cWyom-. .A & WEST COAST U .. .............. July A
every available harbor craft was States" left Le Havre at noon w n. ,
JR#iWed with sightseers. Prime a baby girl was bcka. on' board PAUenss eYvc MI aNEW YORK to PL UI A LT EATMIa
Minister Winston Churchill sent to Mrs. Milton J. Allne, ap ,. Ib ................................................ JuT \ Y
congratulations. The ship also senger on the maiden Journey. n on Pm oe .......................................... July .
had another "first" on its Both mother and child were o .-. _rm
maiden voyage-a baby was doing well late today. r^*AA Mn i0VICE fohw CARTAGENA to i ..I ly
born aboard the "United States" Gra' ..... ............. ........................... y 2I
yesterday afternoon. The baby's father, a physician criobera, viENcu LNfs, PO BS Sx S .a -. 46 & 151i
from Maaison, N. J., said the Pmatm LINDM O T MADURO. P m M
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Nks 5General Manager
Of Commissary Division
01F SA L Sailing Friday
Richard L. Sullivan, General
4P Manager of the Commissary Di-
A TIC vision, Is sailing Friday for New
York on the S.S. Cristobal of pgf ALLI f 00P
the Panama Line.
He will spend a little time
in New York and then go on S S "P & T SEAFARER" S-U,-
to Colorado where he will join 0.w u D S EBA
Mrs. Sullivan and their tSPu D OFM
children who have beren there W IT CARGO FOR PANAMA h T& CANAL ZONE WITH A
for several weeks. Mr. Sullivan HAS DEEN DELAYED AT WPAd Wi ^OANT PORTS LA D(
expects to return from vaca-
tion about September 23. OWING TO STRIKE OW'lTIONS
A total of 133 passengers are
scheduled to sail on the Cristo- NEGOTIATIONS FOR SETTLIEMEN OF THE STRIKE
bal. The advance passenger list ARE NOW PROCEEDING AttWPACTORILY
Albert B. Abreu: and Mrs. AND WE MAY EXPECT ADVICE OF
A6lwys keep gentle Henry L. Bell and two children; THE VESSEL'S SAILING IN THE VERY NEAR FUTURE
A E ATIA Betty Bellinger; Mr. and Mrs.
SRichard J. Bourke; Mrs. Harry *
- laextive tht Suits ;C. Burkholder; Miss Emily E.
a ovenince i Butcher; Mr. and Mrs. Augus-
tine P. Byrne; Mr. and Mrs.
yor edic cst. George H. Carnwrght; Miss. A R EW &
g e i Winifred Cleam; Mrs. Maude W.
IDon' t eel sluggish and Cowen: Mrs. Marlene C. Davis; BALBOA ST AL
miaerj. Dn' t 6t Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Diamond; OO"TS AND I
Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Dooley Tel6feoe 2-1815 Teftono 3-161
X 4che soilyour Jy. and three children; Mr. and A
..'r IC. Mrs. Paul Dreska and son; -- -6 0fO
Miss Joan Eichon; Mrs. Mar- "" -O 400
Ve eigf jorie G. Eusner and daughter; PRE.Wo
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Far-
W+ ithi in hr. well and 4 children; Mr. and
A plac SAL 1 A" Franklin Jr.; Peter J. Friede-
igf '11a sur sto-Mch. rich; Donna Kay Fisher; Mrs.
Ethel Garfiteld; Mrs. Lea Gar- AVISPA
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street- Miss. Sadie B. Goldberg; A OU CE
Miss Alice Harnett; Miss Mar- ANN iUNC ES
garet M. Hartnett; Mrs. and *
children, Miss 8. Margaret
Nowell. Mr. and Mrs: Benjamin
Jaffe; Miss Shirley J. gen- PANAMA DAVID SAN JOSE
sen; Mrs. Esther Keselman; TUESDAY & THURSDAY
Miss Stella Klusowake; Mr. and
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ibuseh ld Automohile*
fOR SA tIu. u ble bed, wardrobe Service Personnel and Civilian
amnng able with 4 chairs. Fourth | Goverr.ment EmploMes
ef July Avenue No. 3. Apt. 7. Insist on
-E -2 i sect a Govement Employes Finance Co.
FOR SALE:-2 sect onal upholstered cement Empl f finance your new
sofas, 2 side tables and one cot- or finance your new
fee table; all in good condition o A GNCY McLI iR
El Cangrejo, colle C. No. 55, Tel No. 4Y AeltemnLeie IRe
3-3335. 4Pho A8-4t984 -4985
ThR SALE:---Caloric gas. rnge, only FOR SALE:-1950 platform Truck
five months old, $150.00. HMose with winch, perfect condition, good
128, Pedro Miguel or phone 4- tires. "Agencis Globales," No.
320. 121 Via Espeia, Panaeri.
POlt SALE: American family re- FOR SALE: 1940 Dodge Sedan.
turning 10 U. S. will sell all the Remarkable condition. Good rub-
furniture. Call Colon 794-J. bar, leaving Zone. Price linclud-
FOR SALE.-1949 Westinghouse Re- ing Insurancel. $300.00. Call
trigerator, 25 cycle, 9 cu. ft., veryI Ranson Navy 2290 or 2347 after
good condition. 2 yrs. guaranteed hours.
remaining $170.00. Red plastic FOR SALE:-1951 Sportsman green
novel table with 4 chairs, plastic Frd convertible, radio, spot light.
3.00. Two single metal beds white sidewall tires, low mileage
complete $15.00 each. Metal but- 1Call Balboa 4422. Amason.
fet $15.00, bath scales almost new
$MOO. 25 cycle mahogany elec- FOR SALE:-Immaculate 1951 Lin-
tric clock $3 00. Cotrage 129, New coin Sedan. black, 8,000 miles,
Cristobol across from Coco Solo radio, heater undereoated, etc
Phone 3-1348. Will accept trade in. 1579-A. Go-
v,\an Area Bolbo. 2-2104.
FOR SALE Fine livingroom andr'vilanArea.Balboa 2-2104.
diningroom sels. No 3, 47th St FOR SALE:-1941 Oldsmobile. noe
Apt. 6. Tel. 3-3366 paint, good tires, very good ma-
Loo no ma tdr, $375. Phone 83-4243, Cu-
Look no mo: rundu Heights 510-C.
See belc.,v --
We've got things that have to goe FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Custom
.quick! Hand carved oriental Fordor. Beautiful condition, cornm-
desk with chair brand new. Desk pletely equipped, radio, guards.
Slam, Underwood typewriter. 2 undercoeted, etc. Never scratched
; be eand 2 mattresses with piHow. or dented. Duty paid. Ponama 3-
brnier electric fan 160 cycle 2331, after 5 p. m. or leave mes-
exii li. Set GOtf Clulb en Bag. I G
Not the best but usable. Call 3- FOR SALE:-1950 English Ford, per-
2331. Ponahm. fact condition at sacrifice price.


Owner leaving country. Duty paid.
Call telephone Balboa 3283.
FOR SALE:-1950 Nash 2-door se-
dan. Dark gray, radio, bed. recin-
in@ e*t oBilbno 3072 Wa. ,, s *

[4.1TEC:-Quter., mature perma- Di47: a obl;
ri sent. couple want to rent or live -
Atlantic side. C e or du-| FOR SALE-1947 Buick Roadmoster
*w apartment two bedroom and! Sedonette, radio heater, under
nuird's qluarters. Cell Gulick 511 or: coated. Duty paid. S325 00 down
430 takes th- car. Can be financed
I _. ---- Call 2-3539 Naval Security Unit
F'rth Ameiekan couple went to rent r Cocoli.
eng bedroom furnished aparfrrfent .
ia illet Vista. Telephone 2-1956 FOR SALE OR TRADE: Fraer 4
5-12 A. M. and 1-4 P. M. Mr. door sedan 9do shape, will
'*tman. accept Jeep or a simatler car. Ca-
4 ---- misariato Sitton. Calle Colon &
WMaTEC: Instructor for private 15 Este. Telephone 2-1938.
typing lessons. Phone 2-2807.
ulIre small furnished apartment in

d wsioentai section. Keply: Ander-
son. Tel. 2-1688. 8 to 1:30.
MSr.-- white with bMewn, mark-
~ in the vicinity of Goaf Heights I
i hewo Telephony 8:30 6:00'
S r at Panama 2-3807.
BSP : White stone broceler be-
._ eroeen Peru Avenue and Calido-
-. ia Market. Sentimental value to
t alrmw. Reward. Call No.: 7 Peru
Avenue or Tel. 2-0380.

S *tseal Estate
S- Farms, Estates For Sale.
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. 3-1069, P. 0. Box 3404, eS WeI t WIlkti hS1
Panama I1 vP tm 3 Pa em
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Jul4y9 (UIS) US doubled with a isenseoutM
t- 8tate Dean Ache- The opponents bad nM t
tonight that the coun-gone out of their da, and
the weMstrn hemisphere Wut fit half aerry fMr 800th Se
.Mt l.t "Malicious Ene- e Udoubled.
p lson their minds a- West chose Nis best oDening
I th other. Ifed, the king of paides.dM eT-
upon Beuth. in the elegant Ian-
buMing Ruests at a ban- 'uage of bridge player, proceed.
in hishonor by Lu- ed to wrap the c areonand
uGovernor of Sao West's neck.
k Adloa declared: Declarer won the first trick I
dummy with the ace eo f sp .
of your country castehd the ea of clubs. uad
SAr clear. We want ruffed a club. So then cashed
e~edom and justice. the ae and agt l4a-sninmma
threaten anyone. We'and ruffed a dim in d I
Oi f strength be- hand.
.we do this be- Wh tt wth
4 lat pace. only twoAl giai 0 T 1 1a03
=,, ied that it woullM--aa te ruff
g- "Thee who anoLher Jma UhM &Wa
t. ,. nt the later on.Betore he dido. oho.
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8- 1 own of hares sand -IMW a Ient h
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Wille knd entleman who ten, Gramch' -. Santa Clara beach-
me five dflar oat Case MuftoZ. Co. cottoges. le tric Ice boxes gas
lon at 9:30 a. m, Monday please stoves, moldeate rates. Telephone
drop mIe note so I can mail him' 6.441 O*-"- ..
my de M.M. Box 93, Colon. rlipI. O eitde cottages, Santa
la r /i n Ahifln aClara. h 7 435, Balboa. Phone
MlIS CLLANcUlJ Panama 3-1077. Cristobal 3-1673.

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AQUAUtIStS:-New tropical fishes in
stock-. Pnoma: Aueirio Tropical.
11th Via Espeaft, opposite Juan
France Stbles. Phone 3-4132.
Colon: 8066-A. 9 /V Street.
hont 1251-B. hour 9-11 -
I-5. .
A week end trip to remember the
rest of your life! Through the Pon-
ama Canal to Son Bils islands and
Porto ballot A Jun gt Jim Jaunt
(package tour) on the cruiser
"PeKadoru." sponsored by' the
MWt. El Poinoem Leave Uolbda
Friday July 18th. 6 a. m. from
Pier 17 Balboa, arrive Colon about
2.30 p. m. at Strangers Club
leave Cristobal 9.30 p. rm., arrive
San Bias Islands 6 a. m. Sotur-
day July 19. visiting the homes
of the Cuno Indians, sailboating in
dugouts (Cayucosl swimming in
crystal clear water. Return Sunday
via Porto Belle. Arrive Colon in
time to catch 4:30 train to Bal-
boa. Don't forget to bring your
swim suit and camera. $50 for en-
tire tour. $40 from Colon, $10
for Canal trip. For reservations
phone Jungle Jim Panama 3-1660
or your travel agent.
Take inches off hips, waist, or legs
quickly and safely without diet, or
exercise. Call 83-5245 for appoint-
ment for a free triul treatment.

FOR SALE:-German Shepherd pup-
pies, pure bred. Moayl be seen at
end of telisariq Parras road, next
to Boice de PLOSte, San "Frn-.
olsee de la Calet
FOR SALE: Singer sewing ma-
chine, Underwood typewriter
(noiseless) Frideh. calculator, Sim-
mans couch, baby stroller, crib.
Phone 916. Colon.
FOR SALE:-4 x 5 Bijur profession..
ol enlarger f4.5 lens with Easel,
$200. Phone 83-4243, Curundu
Heights 510-C.
FOR SALE:-2 1-4 x 3 1-4 Busch
press camera. 10 cut film holders,
film po;k adapter. flesh gun. cose
S125.00. Phone 83-4243, Curun-
du Hats. 510-C.
FOR SALE: 2 electric Ovail fans.
Tel. 3-0617.
FOR SALE:-Large electric cylinder
fan, suitable far restaurant and
stores. Phope 3-0617. PanamA.
FOR SALE:--Pshing rod ahrid reel.
Phone 4-586, Pedre Miguel.
FOR SALE*-toy's coat. size 10 to.
12 yat. Studio. couch, Ironing
board. Phone 6-441.
Beginning tap, acrobatic. Ballet course
at Curundu by Ann Lattin. Tete-,
Phone G -mba 6-451 or Cununds

FOR SALE.-New used refrigematoar
at. government prices and terms.
Compaiia Aiar ; ff e A. No. 23,
Peru Avnrip P~,n .


FOR RENT: Chalet, 4 bedroom.
livingroom,. dnsingroma, perch, two
bathmOen. No. 14- agt 47% St.
Tel, 3-,IS. rane lia 34o
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Modern MI** ieenfsunbihed apart-
ments. Mhti service optional. Con-
tact offiCe 8061. 10th Street. New
Cristobat, 1. l 1386 Ccean.
FOR RENT r-.- responsible person.
ApartmeIt lh Sqn Francisco de Ia
Colete, Na. *15, 6th street, Coco
del Mar. Tel 3-2752 3-3751.

BOa&ft& Motor
FOR SALE:-22 foot soiling sloop
"De." N*w fails. At Balboa Yacht
Club. $320.00 or $160.00. Half
interest. S 44214.

Position Offered
WANTED;-Aut salesman for Co-
neal Zone. PMleae send full particu-
lars, iBe 293, Panama City.

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NEW YORK, July 9. (USIG-
Recent Issues of Soviet news-
papers indicate that another
Soviet purge Is underway ..-ths
time among collective farmers
and others causeded of loatin
collective l farm trearries and
stealing land, livetock and
other property an a large meale.
The New York Timw reported
in Ita Sunday edition that a
study of Soviet news account
shows that the Soviet mectet
police Is trying w mpe wititwhe
situation t Armen l, Georgi
and UsbeUlteta.
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ressmonal committee on the
economic report predicted yes
terday that the Americas eco-
noml situation would remain
table during the next year.
A saft memorandum pre-
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the aterate would be "t
moderate q$s In product li
employmltnt, income as4
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staff report. "now runni
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Hank Sauer Decide Game
United Press Sports Writer
"' PHILADELPHIA, July 9.-(UP)-Big home
V' n blasts by Jackie Robinson and Hank Sauer
S In a torrent of rain gave the National League a
3-2 five-inning victory over the American League
S;in the annual All-Star game yesterday before 32,-
: 785 rain-sodden fans.
S This was the first time In his- tiferomis DiMagglo doubled with
tory that an All-Star game was two out in the third.
SchoPped short by rain, but it was The American League broke
nevitable because the elementsloose against Bob Rush of the ,,
were miserable from the begin- Cubs In the top of the fourth. He
'ilng. The game started 22 min- proved to be a welcome change Se
S1.' .^ites late because of the off-and- from the curvaceous Simmons. Co
r' daylong showers, and the skies Minnie MiWloso of the White hal
S'.Were a gloomy gray when play Sox, batting for Mitchell, hit he
w s Wa finally halted after a 56- Rush's first pitch for a double, wI
: minute delay in the sixth Inning and Al Rosen of the Indians drew min
a walk.
It was the third straight vie-
tery for the National League In Ed Robinson of the White Box
16 the classic, played on a muddy made Jack Robinson look a little
S diamond t h a t resembled a foolish when he shot a single 51
.oftch of chocolate pudding. I past his bending bodv to score
The end of the game left the MIhoso. Bobby Avila of the In- -f
-n. crowd wondering whether it dians followed with a single
been cheated out of a his- down the middle which Robin- A2
-Wry-making spectacle. The mag- son gloved after a dash in the it
n ntficent little left-hander. Bob- other direction but couldn't hold .-
by Shant z of the hometown Ath-
s ,, truck outth teeof. the Thao t was the death rattle for _
':j hest hitters in the business te leaun .e n the of M
h; ... the omericanLe aguedi n me ofu.
; i 11 ^Lockman. Jackie Ro d- f v department because
inson and Stan The Man Muslal p, il ato ht in to a double
-4n a bi fifth inni ng swing" play and Rush held them with- T.
. S session. i out dffkty in the fifth .n
T" hat left all here speculating The nt to a onew
S whether he might have gonework on ob Lemonof the In-t.
to equal or surpass the record dan with great glee in their o&-
S" th.etmmortal CarlHubbell Ofhalf of the fourth. After Musial g
f'b ts.e Qans n the.. 1.34 All-tar was hit by a pitch, Sauer hit his ___
'.. ubbell. struck out Babe homer which landed on the roof 2
'th, Lou Oehrlg, Jimmy Fxx, of the left-field grandstands. ltti
mmons and Joe Cronin in Ecp Slaughter of the Cardinals
vw U S? des ite the abbreviated doubled with one out and Gran-
uso des the f.ns t th E ny Hamner of the PhnIllieedrew AL
=btstohen s the got ther anmn intent r ional pasa. Rush
o. wrh. They were t "at- grounded oat..
al trementdous exhibition of
g not nly by haame 8hnt, but In came Shantz for the Amer-
l CurtSimmons of the lcan Leaguers in the fifth, and Ne
and Vic ach of the up came Lockman. He backed P
S awayfrom a wide curving strike
S had the misfortune to that broke right over the middle
ope bad.t uthe -st Rof the plate. He tossed his bat in
Robinson. d I Upr ta odisgust-aRt himself. A
kh l ubHods, ,t 5- Jackie Rotinson -s more Idm-
it fo a t line d ve hom tent. He didn't ook at the
t. -o l s rna. curves, he dug in deep and miss- a ie
t othe upperand d with terrific swings. Musrial, h i
t g Jf -pm_.." l Ithe game's greatest slugger, act-
hu wMithe was manpo.... .
mer1 0 hand -nhn ai A f e coult o't b elee biR
omin. with a ws .on eyes as he was called out.
a the f a g .aung ra The rin coming by m the
ithbr to be the win- a Leaguers took the field and &ti
a ostrted out in high Mt son went to oat. After one
A dp tching aS Pmtch umpir BilBummers Bf
gJ Xe bb e1 reg American Leag ue called- a A .
the Red So. nailed bo hlt baue of the heaw rain.
rves alongdDuring the long delay, the urn- ,
r fte es an Pirs went out several times to chl
Schell of the Indians on inspect the field and the ground
w th is t u keepers kept working over the co
picked one of his better shouted to Summers, "Let's play
hes he slipuled a called third ball" shortly before the finish
s past M usalt, and Sauer The umpire replied, "What's B
;'!W-oIIdown swinging with all his the matter with you? Do you
K ?Kmons went on to whiff Ed- waAnttobea leg?" ANEW
Robinson in the second, and A moment later it was all off. D
ahaed hitless ball until the peas-| E r DoW.

Sd Panama Soccer 11 .

l e & 5 irounce VisiTing r

i kJma Tone, HMS Sheffiel d 5-1
cirda morning Jeff Goodin, Le
his best golf of the our- The Panama All-Star soccer
i- nt to convincingly trounce tear defeated thl players 'of ,,
Hinkle 6 and 5 and nd thus the visiting H.M.S. Sheffield 1
f l the CIlub Handicap 5-1 last night before a fair sized -
plon at the Summit Golf crowd at the Panama Olympic LOW=
abo. p d e r Stadium J
Jeff. a 14-year-old star from The Panama players aided .-
.Iiloapyed stroke for stroke considerably by the alors sen
Lh the stroke allowance proved
Hi tough. Both Ooodin and Hin- ed Into a 2-0 lead in the first SlatI
shot 41's on the front nine quarter., During this quarter, the Thomi
thi, gave Jeff a 4-up lead visitors threatened the Panama Hamn
Hhe strengthened by win- goal on several occasions. Slmm4
lumber 10 and finishing After 15 minutes of the second b-Remt
WMLatch with a par on the quarter, th Englishmenm scored Rush,
Ka iph.. [their first and only goal of the
*l11h of these kids are sure to contest. The. third Panama moal T
the better golfers of the was registered in the third quar- G ..
__piaus iD a few years and right ter when the visitors we morc e a-.F
Splay .good enough to beat;than holding their own and It r,,d"
Smajority of the men at 'YKanneared they would tie the ..B?
Jeff is built like a fullack sore / -
Sa hnt ispno itquite as l tallies in the final quarter. It was p[ .

asm're you that they will be would have done better on firm- Miniom
III "to beat next year In any efootinmg Inson.
Tli tm ,-he lineups: Robims
*^ Cam~solation Flight Bill HMS SHEFFIELD S. Stif- Ameri
| [f ared excellent golf and man, A. Heblend, A. Allen. J. Mc- Simme
['--pwltaf rey in a close Endersen. M Choren, L. Bowen, (Rosm
.a tnd 1. Bill took the lead A. Smith. E. Brain. 8. Warner, H
M Int hole and from then M. Basterfleld and B. Dowselt. er, a
never behind but Wllma. Panama ALL-STARS E. Las- D
-plled up even. Bill o,., M. Figueroa, G. de Leon, J ^"S.
....t.the end of nine Mendoza, R. Carrlllo, A. Sand:- .^5
to ose te 11th and ford R Linares, C. Torres, C. ^-mu
^^^ tPo ueven with Martinez, H. Rngel and F. de {z *La
thea was BI !lo. _2tra
lb. i5 t wa_ A. Parchment was the referee. I-1I:

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a a happy smile an she holds
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the Wimbledon matches In

national League
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burgh...... 21 59 .263
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M y Meifter, staged a oM-
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EMiUM i ltudebaker team acoetng-s
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NEW _e -Jy 9 (NMA) .- oor (USA), Lee Yoder (tsA.),
{The houtr 2'o'-fIeeding lred. Jre t Ltuev (USSR) and Jotn
raw meat WUar tigers to heat iolland (New Zealand).
them. u t ympc battle ham 3000-meter steeplechase: Vlad
arrived.. Inir Kazanchez (USSR) Peten r
It'4 t.'la time for prophecy. qgedin' tugoslavia i, Aerman
[ .. rIt says h"ew eu (Gernrany i and MIkhall
i -u h d erdreWed eer relay: United Btates,
i ^ track and feld USSR, Germany and Hungary.
| helota will take 100(-meter relay: United
-'-.* b s o 1 u t e States, Jamaica, GermaWy aft
i -charge from Plance. .
virtual y th elip JUMPS
Mrt. The tea & gh. 4Ufmp: Walter DaviP
I Bleaves also hiMnt (USA), Arnold Betton (UTSAL
/ that when. the t Oeorge Svepason. isweden) arind
/ J goInt s have ten Weisner (USA).
h Unite road Jump: George Brown
| -- states will (.7), Meredith Oourdine
/ i-ve 20. Awe- (USA),. Jerry Biffle (USA) and
I.,en wI, "llw Neville Price (South Africa).
H, O ~, Pole VILi UI t: Bob Riehards
| bMMa 'Rum (USA), Don Las (USA), TOfi
s Ia,. 40; asse. a K Coechb- Bryngelrsason (I celand) aLnd
slovakia, 25. G eorge Mattos (USA).
Joe Pruh-ng, an uncommonl Hop, Step and Jump: A. reWl-
able arithmetiian, has-atuded' ra.da Silva (Brakil), Leon1 Sher-
recd for M1.. '-k ti he bakov (USSRi, George Shaw
reod wil pl_ down"infront In (USA) and Y. Ilmuro (JOain.
Uh. wShll plo: uOnnl In font in Put'
12. events, n....... km rHw
With the aldtf Prthltg'-s Un- Pry 106 11Q
speatable power, a crystal b Ire dUSA) am pa
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100 meters: EZaMul usue, j .....^: ^

200 meters: AWdy Stanflead
(USA), Thane BRaer (O8A)
oianuel Dailey (Trkisad) a.d
Jim GatMers (USA).
400 etersf: orge Rhoden
(Jamaica) Arthur Wtat (Jamai-
as), Mat WhIteld (USA) And
Olet Matman 800 -meters: Mal Whitfteld
(UtA), Artur Wint (JamaiLa),
/iary lsahbemer (Germany) and
BaMs- (USA>.
1'- meters: Walter TLueg
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=m e) and Ollie Aberg (Swe-
0. meters: Gaston Reitf
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aslly) &;d Alan Mlmoun
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lar4les: Harrison
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Hxico Riots

MEXICO CITY. July 9 The Mexican government today --..- .
mobilized more than 72,000 well- -WENTT-SEVENT YEAR PANAMA, t. P, WiD S --i
armed troops. Including many
police and army reserve units,
to maintain around-the-clock '
watch as the government warn-
ad that it wall crush any at-
5:E"rs iUN Set To A Bon Rf
tempt to renew Monday night's il
bleodyv post-election riots.
Adolfo Ruiz CorLines candl-
date of the government Partyf
of Revolutionary Institutions
which has ruled Mexico for the
last 26 ears. won an over-n Korea I Em e
whelming victory.
The party also swept the Con- -
rional elections but Gen. JACKSON, Miss., July 9 (UP) north of Kumhwa, United Na- to p0t 9t plant baek .be it
guel Hefnriquez Guzman, the -Gen. J. Lawton Collins. Army tons tanks rumbled across No operatl
defeated candidate of the leftist chief of staff, said today that Man's Land to blast 23 Red On If0t Island it we. t -
opposition coalition and two if the emergency in Korea bunkers, sealed t.l 4 North i4
8VMr disappointed office-seek- should become great enough Yesterday United Nations prisoner t War wo oh
.-charged that the voting was "we are prepared to place ato- planes made their heaviest at- last we ;aet, o the tW o
f gdnulent. killed and mie missiles right on enemy ticks. in a fortnight against compou ethe ilatt V.i
ree p ersons were killed and troops to destroy any mass at- road an rail targets n North shot a tiWed yested t %*
72 injured in fL six-hour riotf Guz- tack that may be launched Korea, and just behind the bat- he req to surrender to .
Aft battled with armed police- against us." tieline. oe.
S band troops in tahe heart Collins, here to address the Pfghter-bombers ae nrevis- The prisoner was one 4
th it estate convention of the Ameri- fted northwest aKorea's Chosen who diamb d over the ft
.ae government said that it can Legion, revealed that he No. I power plat. knocked wire cMo nId fences 4dly I 6
hid broken the back of the will go to the Far East next it on tat math's power and 4. He Wats shot by Weth tt
"nriquisas" with the arrest week to confer with Gen. Mark plant raids. Korean policemen. he
of'417 Communist troublemakers W. Clark and make a "routine A ir reconnalssanee h a d Ten of the original 28 esoad
and other supporters of Guz- inspection" of the Korean front, shown the Reds were trying POWa are still at largp. f
flian. The strongman general _
rag a poor third In Sunday's He told the Loeoaires that
grderly balloting. despite a tremendous turn-
so arrested were two minor over in manpower in the 8th 31 n
teal party leaders who had Army in Korea "It guarantee C anal Revenue ll M isses n
their support to Guz- if the Commles attack tomor- .i"
They were Gen. Candido row morfas they are going .
ar, president of the Revo- to get the Ll beat out of n
aryParty, and Ignacio ;hem." ftTv
s Praslow, president of the In the event of war with -KeC1I By $t8l 8 469 I
tutionallt Party. Rusaia, he told the cheeringS I
slow was apprehended here veterans, "We won't try to the
day night during the riot- match them man to man but C- o t ed.
dAgullar was arrested In we will meet them with better fisa year which e ended n t a e $,U53. Ts c
uz State yesterday aand weapons. ne 30 taed 2,,.. Tolls col- w
de wi n"elUng a revo- If th-rough the spent of r eeeeded tolls for the previous ected for the previous fDscal
though the outcome of the vlnd anotherlofathen damnable- Q O bitt fell short of the all- amounted 'to$$ ,2talk
y.until J y1, the Fed- speftt," Collins added. a Canal Npkesman has an- lected wea achoed during the n
atetilona Board's tabulations Questioned about truce pf-1 t-. l&e i .rlted UK OWhen tolls W- tI
bf r h -n r... i. -oeal"her'o s mall' 't I
thtt Cortineas was pol- atdb ntlen an Interview e *arle ship h Not incs in7 th tol O- tin
M of the vote. n Colins said aw were alway ms c r F t hips W ih ic fot ~ i tuWba e olls g- "p i
Iot lh expalhas meet- hopeful for lai early trtw Whe oL b*w op..t-t th --gh .re for ft n2 ul .Ical year .a. NO
I that d dCw n t.ommunists get off their ng the fcl year dB att teO Pri
in front of anfin's propaganda theme, as they hte a" ulteved to be a amalor rem- ,.9for.soveram vee whtch uc
Nuaqrters last night w In yreet dayvs s whey the to clecteud tfa- tI'asle thlp anal aurin- t-e
n up by firemen who di- "They can-have an a rmistice d to M the record set -in It- a pertffd WMch c tc l
ed, power cables ad in Korea whoever they decide sa r,

out the entirear oea. .o-"I., reach a-I"ith
Accept ous generouter As.a if thstwofigure re s d- Pa
toNatators dispersed But we will n&ve r give ion thetol or to eile.s.d.

Uy mftr tha sho o'cri T hffrce ("S tut.hee oa "mo gve e .a. .
-e ter a ,ot, o. the matter of forcible repatria n -Oq,-d,-at, o r thathefo tameed

.efl-elmet d policemen L i onn t" about .8m t ons ec a 'ohhs Whe
Were dis watched to the an ovr al avear genCIt hef IeaSe h., 6 ,f trt

SL -,I:nThe fled. hammered away at Wi tf. UM that tor June
6 YMu ) y&teraty n, only to be d Srea S AS a .a ..t.

iterlED NATZOM, Ju/y 8 rgPI back by grenade, bayonets dnd ...ti. pes S
es demand that the eculw. the hil is southeast of K rqu-IUa sthal

ae charges alse, ad COB- ap using captured Untted ama The United s..i S ha 6.52 c
tte spreading of such pro- tartes flanethrowers and 100 aing peoWil ti s depi? 10 S or over.
Ire ca rges rounds or irtfllery and moaatr ageJ for rlMh of huata '--. W 4
s Ithe second time in a ammunition. The foierce attack d ecaa nte t -
Sthat Moalk has used the drove the United Natlons forces aemo s fl' antl
at. r ckue sllhtlv after half an haur cMrd r gA 6 lwma m to t -'

it Thursday his lone ballot of fighting. US. Agri '-tre. _
I otherwise all-favorable United Nations forces surged "Thus, we al-te otB UW t
defeated a United States back four hours later 'and re- a heritage .t world i
Mal that the Security Coun- took the hill. In aMln, If we A M
guest the International Red They dug in as reinforce- eed te man a' b..
to conduct an on-the- ments moved up to help them age, an4 It we 'preserve
Investigation of Comumn- meet the expected counterat- trengten squad N aw
barges that United States tack, which was not long com- national, pautia1p n11 l
s had used germ weapons aenoei.e freedom o ar
rea. e Reds threw 200 men at lani, t he. Ut
ay's Russian veto killed a t defending, who w e raea d
d States call for the Be- town out of their positions a4MC 0 th
Co scltorconclude from the crest of the ill. t, Una," A
unist refusal to per- The UN troops due In farther Agrtcaltue o
n eta lhes taos bedown the slope to prepare ,a lot aS. -
the Red charges 'beut be counterattack of their own. me tl ig ME"
?id to be ith" Befee they caim get ft -- farm (Ae e Us4. .regFW
and false." der.way atedm int W0of-2m A
US resolution also asked dhouti' y Sn srgiat 5 of partial r~l mlS sna aWS
he the Security CouncU thoett Geunde rtheg po hartvel hat
ma. "the practice of fab- the slope ande the e2we have b'afled fld
ix and disseminating such a nrtlery -arage. "fro older M".. f '-6
s, which increases ten- M drove bate- the "Onte mu. ln"ea to o r
amIng nations, and which asty preW d UN p tim. countries M a m a -
igned to undermine Unl- The UN odm s. after I ty- of knowledge, .d 'we -
fttions efforts to combat Ing to hold t-M r am- W M-- h debated to -
lon in Korea and the renades sad Mbumeslt wee amnehu of R ibrai aame
rt of the people of the forced te wv*a,, w mtzs y work bek a t -
for these efforts." .befre dw* .. s lt s .t-. *,
t Security Council voted At another oot, on the et- Fr ae
or the US prppoal, with ern front, flg wat letr ? posted t. I- .
&an abstaning, but the for the United t9at0s forces h beq
V's rule of unanimity en- A UN raiding peartv bedsM how" with
Malik to kill the proposal Red defenders off ahapdhld' wbich request a
hds lone negative vote. It despite ferocio us outqrat-. toayhT me m .
N wva Russia's 51st veto in tacks. exIertsa sm
security Council. South of Pyonggang and Vdarc en

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ni.t Nations and C__ aw
'ace teams wound up a W
Sdgged negatiotiont
Minutes debate on -lltl
tkge, the only ratl
M twe to a Korean ce
SW the sixth straight. da t,
ga te. met under a new
to uit to search for a wt
t of the deadlock ever i;
*nfhg the prisoners of, wail
eld by each side.
The United Nations neog.
t1frs were believed stl to
0 demanding that all praPn-
ft be given the right to re-
ase repatriation.
The Communists, before the
ws blackout, were willing t(
ve that right only to bouth
There was no information
aftbie as to what pi treo
,a. had been nw I the
Abort Secret meetlnh -ince
e news blackout was ipoas
Ah official UN lAmUman
d only that today' meeting
)nly comment on the secret
ks came from the Chipese
amunist radt) at Pe ping.
d from Colntunist neMen
pranmunu6m _
Rtdio PellOBg broadcuts con-
.e to intWst that the Vaited
tB imtmot fturt a1,;.wn

utetd tn the r etmur d 1 ,
iome "voluntees" who- hae

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a -tet8n...
the U eent M<.te tls

rge teChurch A of E '_
a members M ued the
Kp, Dr. twiSM JaSOaINoM Of
"ions contrT to tbhe lg
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5Muson, who hMs held his
t Ance lom1, bwteen a can-
at source of gt IrrMaSent
tib Church l t land and
-te British eNv ment for
o-Cominaluamt utterances.
4N bte Church of England,
L"Mve him.
easo f-ew a pDublc
m aN u Msasatteraf
ATnlow, ftr tia state-
e W d orrefuta-
ARViOted States

u9*1tSe mabbner of Par-
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Sef State Slwyn Lloyd
Beuse whether Lloyd
m S"to t the evi-
JIatekinet1d be had,
'at3e aoe could disouss
eB power to oblige
f of Canterbury to pro-
5.tha. evliMee of which he
*.Mapd replied.
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ft.i" it i clea1
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listed y 1th Panama Otil Pe.
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medal tenical during his
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nati, Ohio; Max F.
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Peralta, Maria,
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