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Solfom m nshins ao .
print thme f feel It a downright shame sof
sendiU5ol Io I s gl dtriO t wdeet I hac to
with colored and Italian cannt help ub-
ref llig to aept the waderhanded meth s of. the
k- .i Lesgue an Suo tladbf spunrk Inbringaing I to
TM IrrP~s 2AI 8 1rawtlON-
Balboa, Canal zone.
print the ollot present engage it a dowar tight shame of
pressingg upon kid& segregaimon In sports, as-a sport
h was Do ad of all reiedn lovdistrict where I haa to
with colored and Italian Idsa I cannot helped bt sub-
ad thqaction of Whe pittnt of the local rate Little
Inlefng to e~t the by bit handed methods of the
,hlt theL s and albo e in vain k cnin bringingt eto
iF countrysat prerans ealet d In a war that needs not
phyecal aid of all freedom loving counties but also
Steachin of people r especially in this hemiphere Our
Sthe101.emb o ste L e ing a titanic struggle to combat,
rican nc. then bit by bit n topping Into this
nt task v* be in vain if we continue. It Is be-
teat Americans exist In thft area who preach and
sag-egation and discrimimtiogfrj complete discord with
rwtic teachings of our great nation.
M the local rate Uttlse Lewie r attillated with the Lit-
i Inc. *ee then do r tl~od to IL yoff
nei wo should r:epreset tif rea,.I am sure tAe kids
l ne wold have gadly weedm the competition but
to gay In this locality the recan others wno
Their children would be taintif owed to Indulge In
American game with kids of other races.
.e4 ilt I all l be fairminded i this gateway of democracy
- t-aast others will not have reasoM to condemn. I say let's
bal the American way. .
A emapetftor boM the good U.SA.
S..he re Balboa, C.Z.
A a parent of; ae of the Paifl Little Leagues who was
.t ago to the 'u.tates, here are my views and I would like
'- w r eNt aln ptem heoly.l
(1) am -orryf the disappointment which the Little
boya fUkf.aeae and pay for no reason of their own.
(2) It Is ahg WIe.that we make sure that persons of high
be sA Pnbig for our youngsters. Not one to
S ,I a n fa t v Igh praise to those pa-
haIneed toptlon of having the Isth-
rr ," jle waive their rights without the two teams
*iW amplonship series. I know that our boys
luiad ven been able to take m ae of themselves as
S the. did with Mge Army and the Atlantic Leaguers.
President ust be made to understand nt Inas-
Smush as we are glad to have our boys go to the states
to in a tournament we e also ? tersnted
t our boys win fairly and live up tot lr
:. down by te Little League (Ru Cse
Is that the athmilaa LAttle Lujrs have
tMG I noticed that Mr. Picidentldd no re
Iv !my boy a good edtoarlnrg aB t playing
.nvy lag t t aN gets m',, hop-
A lid sad Tinse Nesis.
|^ .ttIe =ag-, tade up of atI fo Aknual
Sa man not Hltaed ates .l.ems,
st decisonms during thee pat week: one or
two eahlust the lgnaR of a waiver tp. tri the
a des tly feel t the decision is3ua .
btib r th th little a nt
hope thtB lI done, to
pS pand Parents of the Pacific, Atlati and Ar
|sBUets how the truth has been "11t b
Sthe f*t already collected to send the
Sto te statess, I o with all fmytset Ait *-7
fa1 to aais the addffMM funds needed to ganthea
iw this year, and let theM compete in
USe hampionsp tam of the stat .-
Utio the Little League World Series as o eA
-u be allowsedto do th
ing fve dollars today so 1 t V Pate- A
I nation again to et the bon to'the stat&h d
l ia my real little League champs, I. d MW
1 Si '"*
world, e am B from
withor1 rthe tyranny
in I V t$6d national
debt, aI viba budget and,
Inflti Our eafey is In
If elAseed, how Wt"M you
lead t nao to oW .point
of ceritafu sp vs a this
"The dae is gifts but to
survive In e Cthe Qt Its not
an ImpoMsib tlai.
"a4 erlcanas in f. eff many
times, in war sal dB ,se, that
9tey are capable 4. ,nat deeds.
Within the space A ew de-
cades they have M up the
greated induNictil productive
syste in hItof.
"T roagh *&te orn efforts
they Uve crate4 l6 h ehat
standard of Be 7e i N wd h
ever known. They have given
man his gretes digaft and
hla most lar-teahing freedoms.
'4t the maumte tiMe. Americans
have been too. apt .to f argt
that tile good tie In fe
they posMes can be take rom
teem i they goIw Oyr-jonfl-
dert. Welees and t.
tfredam such a we press
uder OnsMaton requts.
cotant WIegurwln. These
freedom 2ar0 .ot -aMntee4 to
exist n perptuity alUs we
his sm. 3
Meat O6 1
*aphS~ *4 "Ws*i^S
tale MB hF ege^ 5'f hve lti
bSe".6 Dewt to
What mttt ofan thalo b7% i!?15^
loadt atn in the tomufkid
four 3 leari? ferg ets in
willetaR fpr coal,"M %m**M Taftand t60
,d tevlheaded lead=s-||L <,-rs e angle.
Igtfu ys to coame rem Onrtri
Vat do rtoe confliM *
MAtterltain their Mates.m
JS a nd bBdence aaa Bdeg wfesnae, a
61 free e.
-a time thot we
SOr nntnhis m.
no maintamin asJ
Bulb ht& wo1eu*Iiij
IN h.obaa. v
M-al 1"hN. -AJ .^"
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a wrs u* ma
m21--"sE 2 'm a"s."
TVat Wter HerbertHogir
S aw mut be r
am' must FW-
pride to the
w ea we 6
ai man a
even so prac
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m e g Nsl-
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: Thee ws a artle fft
salv sinso -- areempm
who has been mi
*wtvy UeUhyV I that wyo
*qase, yo( Would hear
tls of the w offer
Disclosed, but It wha te]
in,, vep ji, lteM.pm ]
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Ruh Milleft Says:
Si1 ahelor by ("choice"), who right color of thread when she
ft I Kt out of the Army, takes his does condescend to darn a pair
V _4 n hand to low-rate what he of socks for her husband.
. i fi the "average" American "Why, I ask, should a man in
if. his right mind spend the rest of
He has been visiting his bro- his life supporting anyone as la-
V br and sister-in-law and ap- sy as the average American
S arently has decided that his wife?"
brother's wife is typical of young
American wives in general. To begin with, the wife you de-
Here is his description of this scribe isn't average or typical.
Sobe wife, which he seems to She does exist, that's true. But
think fits all wives: no man has to be stupid enough
S "She has an easy time of it. to take her on as a life partner.
but thinks she has it tough. An *
electric washer does her wash- When a man marries a woman
'Ing for her, and yet she is for- with no talent for home-mak-
ever complaining about how Ing, with no inclination to be a
inuch laundry there is to do. full partner in marriage, with
7 "She wastes an hour or two little interest In anyone outside
; yery morning gossiping over the herself, it is his own fault.
.telephone or at a neighbor's
house. He hasn't bothered to look be-
yond a pretty face and nice fig-
"Then she rushes around to fix ure to See if there is any brain or
lanch for her school-age chil- heart or understanding.
dren. which Is never anything
'but a cold sandwich and a glass If he is gypped, then he has
S 'of milk. gypped himself. He has made a
"After lunch she rushes off to bad bargain because he doesn't
play bridge or canasta all after- think marriage is important
noon or to go to a meeting or a enough to require the use of his
tea. If there is nothing to go to brains.
she takes a three-hour nap.
"Then she throws together a So don't waste too much sym-
slap-dash evening meal. The pathy on your brother. If he had,
truth of the matter is that she thought women were a little
doesn't do anything well. She more important in the scheme of
j' ust tries to get by with as little things he would have used his
effort as possible. She actually brain in selecting a life-time
doesn't even bother to use the partner.
SPEED AND SERVICE
ACCEPTING PASSENGERS AND CARGO
by the modern
M. V. "OLAV BAKE"
SSolling M Sy 15th for Buenoveutura, tG yoqoeil,
Coflbo, Mollende, Arica, Valpi-Ifso.
Single sad double room available.
All with private barroom,
| i.d .C.UL FENTON &-A.
Tel.: trist6bal 1781 B3ltlie '
ACCEPT IASSI NGERS FOR:
M. V. "ANNA MAIBSK"
SAILING JULY 16TH
Every Room with Connecting Bath.
: Apply. B. FENTON&C, Inc.
Tel.: Crist6bal 1781 -- BalboaM 65
S Accepting Passengers fi
By The .
Every Room with Conmcl ,"
Apply: C, L FENTONI I, hi
S Tel.: Crist6bal 1781
New OrteuB Service
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Cmuihi arn = l a a cow
Cristobal to New Orlea a via
Tels. Htoedmwa CeiuI
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(Passemmner Seoe Oly
C. SORMAL MU
- FANAMA ~3UK
- COLON "
WIII Iw aWhfIW
-l,* -EltW -wwlMNY TV
Acep -P assen for
'Los Anfets, S = nco ad tcouyw|er
By The fT ern Cargo liner
SALM, JULY 19TH
.Aply: C. LB F ON& Co., Inc.
Tel.: Crist6bal 1781
- Balboa 1065
of ams wIMETRMO
i ws. MN. Piante*e
To Le tooiue
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n| :l... ., ,.
An A"Wo TO SfAK- Up,
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ri ?wftu Jair is
ON .- Alarnn mClot
a .S f, ,
BuBB P"B8y asUmed~ (ROT In Uie WOrtB
Tim8. ear4L U Et
semt MtotiMbtp Pef 2
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*ghe4 si4e over top.
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I leave your Ad
with one of our Akents or ouk ltffiee I No. 57 "H"
N1', 12,179 Ctran AfrtA CA
Tivoli Ave.-Phone 1-2291 and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-044'1
Salfn de BelleUs Aaerfem
*5 West It Street
Agencia latereaclon de PIcadiesne Propaganda,
*3 Lottery Plaa Phos 4I9S1 "H" street con
.MhMhln for 12 1
. each additional
U. --... -- -=1~~ --
&'" R SALE'--Washing machine G. E.
25 cycle. Or tiade for sewing ma-
,i. chine. Anc.n 05E2. Aptr A.
ALE -- Frgidare 'Coldspot"
j:.Commander. opera. unit, porcelain
l excellent condition Apply 7095
SApt. 23, "th and 8th St Amodor
Gudrrero. Colon. ___
FOR SALE ABC automatic wash-
er, 60 cycle. $225. Phone No
3783 Fanlon 7-A.
FOR SALE-60 cycles Radio-Combi-
nation floor model. $85.00. daven-
port (needs reupholsteringi $40.-
L,6 pciS. wicker with cushions.
437 00. House 540-8. Tel. 83-
3209, Curundu Heights.
Fi 'SALE-Gas stove. mohcgany
bedroom, beds, bar, chest of
drawers, show case, dining and
.livingroom set. Tel. 3-0338.
490 R5ALE'--Three piece livingroom
: suite, with slip covers. 358-B, Ft.
' ilClayton. Phone 87-4143
FQOR SALE -Refrigerator, all porce-
lain, 25 cycles, $65.00. Panama
-FOR SALE -Set ladies Golf Clubs.
practically new. $50.00; crib and
mattress $15.00; child's toilet
-Chair; ironing board; child's me-
cnmncal riding horse. Call Ft.
.-OR -SALE:-White portable electric
.s sewing machine. Its age is un-
-known. the case isn't much. But it
sews! Universal motor, $355 is all
S':a I want. Gamboo 6466.
i. SALE:-195.1 Kenmore washing
a .jchine, 60 cycle De Luxe model
Perfect condition. Can arrange easy
payments, house 2180-A, Curun-
o .). SALE: Bargain. Diningroom
aend sittingroom set. Other occes-
*or.lrite. All in very good condition.
SWilcox Apartment. 7 !2 St. House
.9072 Apt. 5, Colon.
SiLL1E: tu&rahteed used gas
f steves, apartment sire, low priced.
Slieh Service Shop. 29th St. Cati-
d.n i, TeI. 2-4547.
-FOIR SALE- Mrented used refri-
.. W tf,-'"on 'bU used In 25 f 60
CLS. 8 cu. ft. Sid Service Slop.
*,..JPth St.,_Cordonlo. Tel. 2-4547.
Service Personnel and Civiloia
Government Employis Finance Co.
When you finance your new
or used car,
No. 43 A itnebile hew
Plene 3-94 93-4995
FOR SALE:-1950 platform Truck
with winch, perfect condition, good
tires. "Agencies Globales," No
121 Via Espano, Panama.
FOR SALE--1947 Chevrolet 3 Dr.
Sedan, remarkable condition. Good
rubber, leaving Zone. Price $800.
00. Call REUBART. Navy 2401
or 2347 after hours
FOR SALE:-50 Studebaker Cham-
pion, excellent condition, can be
financed, reasonable. Call D. Pin-n
der,, 0010. J
FOR SALE:-1950 Nesh 2-door se-
dan, rodio, reclining seat, bed
Very good tires. Balboa 3022, af-
ter 5 p. m. House 5647-L. Qablo
FOR SALE: Packard 200. 1951
model, almost new, at very low
price, leather upholstery, radio,
automatic transmission, white side-
wall tires, punchureproof tubes.
May be seen at No. 18 East 29
Street, behind Vosco Market. Ask
for Fibrega from 10.00 a. m. to
12:00 noon. and from 3:00 p. m.
to 5:00 p. m.
A retired Canal employee wants to
rent "Maid's Quarters" forr six
months in Balboa. Box 233, Bal-
boa, C. Z.
WANT TO BUY:-Small jig or bond
saw with or without 25 cycle mo-
tor. Telephone 25-3859 until 4:-
00 p. m. 4-203 after.'
Desire decent second hand car.
Maximum: 800 dollars. Cash. Tel.
2-1688. 8 a. m. to 1:30 p. m.
WANTED-Vacation quarters Atlan-
tic side, about August 10, phone
Sa Z I l~ a a
be e e kse Iakhw preHlemi
W*u A111.11 Aaeb110 AV uMs go
zo01 A "ee., C. .
A week and trip to remember the
rest of your life! Through the Pan-
ama Canal to Son Bias Islands and
Porto Bello! A Jungle Jim Jaunt
I ockage tour on the cruiser
"PescodOra," sponsored by the
Hotel El Panamh. Leave Balboa
Friday July 18th, 6 a. m. from
Pier 17 Balboa, arrive Colon about
2.30 p. m. at Strangers Club
leave Cristobol 9.30 p. m., arrive
San Bias Islands 6 a. m. Sotu -
day July 19, visiting the home'
of the Cuna Indians, sailboiling in
dugouts (Cbyutoul swimming in
crystal clear water, Return Sunday
via POrtO B1ell. Arrive Colon in
time to catch 4:30 train to Bal-
boo. Don't forget to bring your
swim suit and camera. 550 for en-
tire tour. $40 from Colon, $10
for Canal trip. For reservations
phone Jungle Jim Panama 3-1660
or your travel agents.
TO CANAL ZONE EMPLOYES
You still have time to get o beaut.-
ful chalet for only $5.00. Get your
ticket from Sindicato Per.oaista
SNewspapermen's Union I for Raffle
of the beautiful chalet on Via Espa-
Aa. Call Marinma from I1' to 12 I
to 4 at 2-0740 or thereafter 2-
We'll fix all kinds, all makes of
washers. Silen Service Shop, 28th
St. No. 2, Celldonio. Tel. 2-4547.
NOTICE l CONltRACTORS
U. S. MPAt MWT OF THE
WASUIN *ON 25,. C.
My I.1 1952
Sealed bids will be receIved by the
Chief of the Public Works Division.
Office of Territories, Department of
the Interior, Room 2713, Interiir
Building, Washington 25, D. C. until
2:00 P. M., 1952, August 28, Day-
light Saving time, for the construc-
tion of he- Christlonsted Consolidat-
ed Schod oand the alterations to the
Lo Valle. .lementaty i hoo,', St.
Croix, Virgin tilands.
At the -time ;rnd k.,axe Indicate-
ed and A okxaloud. Bids received
after the haor sot for the bi.dpen-
ing wilj be returned unapewMd.-
Plans and Specifications nd ;Jter
proposed cehtract docuemmot f re
open for public Inspection at the ff-
fice of the District Engineer for the
Virgin Ilonlds, Thomas G. ANf6y.
Charlotte Amoilie. St. Thomak, U,S.
Virgin Islands; M. A. Dyer Cafit"
ny. 24 School Street, Baston
dachIeuts; Lester -M. Marxn, :
'Public Works Division. Room
Interior Beildlng. Washington,
A. 9, C. Office, 1113 C ig
Building, Miami, Florida, S n
Exchange. 46 Northeast Oth-4t
MioWI, Pwoelf U. S. Departqa'
Contmmerce, N9 2. Puerto Rica? 'Ite,.
construction Administration Grasnds,
Building N, San Juan, Puerto RAls; P.
W. Dodge Corp.. 119 WVa 4i&'
Street, New York 18, N. Y.
A set of such documents mani *p
procured from the office of M. A,
Dyer Company (Architect-En~lg f
at 24 School Street, Boston, mowe?.
chustts upon deposit of 550J)0 ,
certified check payable to the Tifq
surer of the United States, dl.
with will be refunded to beiste
biddecs upon the return of Elm. -
and 'specficati ns in good c
within fifteen (15) days f1it1.W
dote of bid opening. A bone
bidder includes any person wisw
mits a bid for a general eli
but does not include a
submits a quotation tot
contract bidders. ..
To parties who procure.pi m
specifications upon pymuut ,!
above stated amount, 4nd -1
not submit 0 bid, $30:00 B wiL
refunded upon thestw-aoh 4uws In
good condition within fifteen (15)
doys from the dote of the bid Aqmn-
Ing. No refund will be nw*I fpr
return after .that time.
Each bid must w e rm nil
o satisfactory 'bi- sacrity Iy I
check r. bl B mn) in on(
of not loei then 5 per en i the
quid to furnish a peem
bond and psynent band. Ich biW
amount of 100 per ant of Ol|
tract price. "
No bid may be wtthdmanL l
closing time for th. receipt 0l
The Government reserve .*ik
*to reject any end oa bWe -s
waive ntoermelities wit h l
theuwo. The Goerrnuept 4
serves the right to owoel a SOW
for the vartious Items on 'l'p
of the basic bid or by the M
of any or all of the W
ternmotes, wiehever i~ i"SW
interests of thi m UitSee .
Chef. PI ulc Wais laio.'
Office. aT ?s >yt
Us Meeting SAuLSMA proyAwn a --
SIhng Wa- bI sal' Uberdl rmune-
Pacific Elks field bay CO grat =l. .nne-.
7:80 hi t Pacifq. Club- tions aI- rl0" e.i e re-
Al renIjesatIms of PN- sent. NECCHI, enm2Jd e
Ala are expected to program world sales n
Atral Avenue 18.
German Reds Denomce
'urcP/ Plan To Eip Army
SSIRRIN, AQX(U P)- East s-called "aQti-Faascit huoira-
mi prep today to work tic rule" -In the Soviet S ,
Ider or "l i line with a der Conmauntats who coeptedn
SUIrt ( rastic steps with Uthe Christian tsarsboW ,
idevop B B Style social- Liberals and National Dmiwuautg.
C"rIon o aiMedh.and for- onomicdftf4 I-
i an East German Ary ed us tov g BW
key phlib of a party uum 3Vf, W=I
ttIem the East German Con- ormatif of peoa-
fle adopted ,t the end of a tic or:t," gt Wbl
,-;s convention in the 8o- Plea: the do leugS to Me
or of Ber4. convention.
filedd for b changes In, The ommunstlid: at
SGermataUtate.It w .partiesstill wo.eteste
SitaE OW U.is l tkm mil.f h I_ finth vcismua4 tZVi TaUt!
The Communhis had this to
fer to the averaq man in the
1. Creation of sopialism under
he Lenin-Marx banner aimed
0 gradually colearting East
lermany. Into a "People's Dem-
. formation of man Ost er-
SArmy eqqippqd with mod-
,"Maee hin production quo-
'&!2jjInlug of agricultural
wirty_ line seemed to
..iI..i pgen years of
in sgo &fverag-- mw poney
would be dictated.:more than
ever by the ruling mrte.
The exa ences Br tel-
Utes indica te im s
ers of the smaller parties before
taking over theoovernment lofk,
stock and barrel.
Speakers at the convention de-
nounced the Vatican as a "WuI6
ern AgeW." W=ter Ulbrat,
tary, said In the lknote addsm
that the 0tUatmiO +aals' for a
sepal ton of the a lubch frm all
The party em tat col-
lective farming a t-
couraged, and maid'.
sant" had voluh elsm -
coilctive farms it WHe r
tof 6e MPYlAMA
2 WE, AU EX!
VACATION IN mROm
f-o-A- a n v $WM I -. IL
Now low "Air Tourist" fakes
make It possible for ~y to
spend two whole weAl i a#u.'
rope. Youat see Pars
Amstemdam. Pike ln l
aend t-fp tiket o *M
dma~ mows aflhlse Cons
Ikw town to stoa
JO.OI 1- 6
!MwWi M pri
fl, 4, An-
FOR' iTuvmbir shaves
Snow %toael flying club..
t ItMSftllverew newly rellcens-
dL. *fIt teatoction -voil.le.
EI teuni:h. 42.2.
FOA7 I-ob T-HE VI
.-- two door iron'%s
Old i ,In -A condleWn.
mensl ": Outside, 72' .hilh.
wid, deep. Inside, 4S" I
I2" we, 1" deep. Con be
Sqt '' Ster No. 1, Panima C
FOR SAtk: Still further reduced
the ShXtomot Light Metors, rust
pro shock proof $21.50,
i -Plaza 5 e .Mayo, -Pa-ne-
FOR SALE:-Boxer. Famale. Fawn
with white markinlgs,; exctclent for
bIoktif *..l M aNd Bedlbiie.
Also mole puppy. VFawn 3 mdlnThs
old with papers. Qftr. 383-3, Cloe
fill d h
Mlw^r (tin Mi
For the 101 lo
oSh0old Pa itl.
SMess No No
Nob Brushes No,
laeb can is a
Available in t
GRO. F. NOVEL ,.
2" Central Ave. V"
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PANAMA BROKER C.
otel El e int 'a
BEL ING: Panaia
to acts. Platn I
aWee Co, slw
Let. (tmmitn kt.'
.' W *-u- .. ..
MODERN FUINIIIRE i
iua" re "aked thnteIJu I
*1 ~- ^.r, ...fc..- ) -,-A*- I'r &J- -*lj l ^ f
mr 1 n lt u6 u. tra is
, re to s tendly,
t fm eaft dollars
ae th1aa bt on
the Me Wn 4rve in-
v that tur rtfMiS mtpand
h othft han ai to
tig newly Minst
ad fthli-end bat t
por 9o AmerIcan vgow-'
do about Atnercan
who Pay be IMtd M-1
Ltye forAlAL. .+S l
O re f ilnlAetIOal t
in the trade eLSow Z-;
Mr. Truman td e.
blem of prot M til
tls for free as which "
Vented st at le-ttVlp tr
,lri .ar, Wa
-' : '** ', 1 h-, -
ceolbjni of the new p i. 7
On 4 native Psueasias
dishes were served.
Presmt from the PacM*e 4W
were O4I. Richaimden Sel ,t-
centor of Civil Affairs, #~hu
egibft., and Maj. Georgt -iii-
man, Chief of the C aneal t
71 affair was under b i
Tctilon -of Capt. John
'ookf at the Cristobal vMb
:Memters of the refer eshft
mloirttee were, Chairma
1.LL. Rttazke, and Sgt. He If
Pe Rap, Sfgt. William E. Uu*
TOllcemian R. T. Dillisen,
Ity, J. title. A. R. NmS"-
wul'm J. Baldwin, Cha
Gremt D. A. Waddell. Wi
t m, Wmlla H. Stae2
.. I ladkburn, William g.
Park, truce J. Troutman act
Ruben 8. Robertson.
r'iid LsAI Sma
-8WRQBS France, July 1
llW."'srltlme quarter s aud'
C42 AM Davidsaon .L
.advntmoe who met
fge JAwe .1 in an atte
beUgMe the first woman weit l
w timUte. alone, might erni
t In stormy weather of
No word had came ftro
blue aed since sbe put
her -t tIp licity Aig
ast to y orees baiteC
hWAbt4MY ft for Coae
ft la so ta fet a towep it
Il3B -fe- ev ft
aou*t t the.
fl O nA T ^ m pan tMM1t
a 'i- madke low.2
U An aM Cs takRing
t,. St k&Miclf
Pr move .k ,. ,
L WiM-Bich.. July
L a. mocracio
" & i 6n
r + affctyr household ef-
n the Ca-
WagaM b unthased
ftrgflr fllo0 if youh
.*ria': .g..lwg.lr, or tor
SjJtfa a faon-
.1i. 1 11 -
*.WtS LLAC JR.
p-..l.- ..- 1 .:
year- Si -tua .
stood in W o y F.
home 11l t-ed Oaaies. e e o *a i
neigbo to drive etc e loe nsbut
the house M took over "iG _gai. 1
Elizabeth Stevens was e l
a viclwd ght w 'ithh: .. .. .
'T*V pet pia 'ifl Sls|t e
place now SM I internS
it," said p -gh d -
member of MAWne Pff
But SOeliff ancoy i fIt
Stevea may VOW ..J ikf boo min,
in the rM tt
Ued," tOw., i
uas he e w thta
lone to StiSt to
the a .gM
s- 3- r eI
h Lma Theatre IUs
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or tM ra=e
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~ LIncoia~ -'
AOO, Jur .14 (UP)-
'ta, shofg for thelk
leonseuuiv *.. Presidential
victory, .-bgan moving
|ito the national con-,
battiegrounds. where the
an Party. last week
its 1952 l Sl hower-
Democrats convene here
from' today to no*
itar t oul for Itloif 4
of the .0metale Par- 21^ lh*5.^^ .
S. -of the defeated It-
a' -*ed ta or i- l'=" abnldidae w fill work '
i' h. .he .a fieelamd.Of
Ss e iy onsetfs -
"'Aterto imist that Qov. hIdsI d ar-ture lor Deivel
enson of bitokp wl be-
,-Demoorrtic andidate, de,-. n..I Colhmdo. Elaenhower
S the fct t.,t hei"a re- t a- he e net *ade
--$Tlyd e .d t mnoftwain, <; lanh~1
1U, WM n 1 M-isahowern
-ereter of the New
-"I y Impbrtant
*aihkmhWE Mon t hilmi6
IUX, July 14 (UP) k*YM
ImU e Korean -
pt one of thM
cl imed to .'
b Iakeru and
In the YonhO
Opa.ft aeu. .
l(a J|~ enthour}"
Em ha*':a..a -i
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