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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00097
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:00097
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before returning to his three children; Edna J. Keok-
man; Charles W., Rr tsr; 3Fo
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Lard and son: Mr. and Mrb.
SDeputy-Elet Paul Lazar: Mary B. Leahy;
& Yesterday Edythe Linden; Frank M. LinU -
S ax, Hurtematte. Deputv-elect gren; Mr. and Mrs. Robert F.
1 1)the Panama National Aasem- Lulfs.
arrived yesterday morning In
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ta Isabel from Buenaventura. der MeKeown Jr.; Mr. and Ms.
Santa Isabel left last night Samuel E. Mechlowitz; Or.tano
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S-- Leonard Munyan; Clarita Nava-
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flh e r, the Donhedyk. The bilaki.
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E, In Panama waters, was in Roy Ridardd: William H.
aud of minor engine repairs. It Rinke: Miss Ina Itollns; Miss Es-
u:p 'early yesterday at Dock their Rube n t lack Saltzman;
gi i ,bba. ulBvun Arencels Harold M. rswib; Cot. Rich-
S re their agents. The captain of ardson Seloe; Mr. and Mrs. Max
%he tuna clipper is Joseph Gas- Shulman; jCharles Simpson; Mr.
v*, an American,-who has &'and Mrs. George B. Smith; Miss
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1*wivb in Cristobal Saturday on Tooley: Mrs. Betty C. Trykar;
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I Fourth of July Ave.-Pnone 2,0441

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'#W SALE:-Complete assortment oa
'p ports; harps, three way sock-
finals, steel pipe. EUREKA. 5
t 133 Central Ave. Just around
-crr "J" St. Open until 9 p. m.
TM SALE:-Mahogany China closet.
9- feet, 25 cycle, Westinghouse
rqFrigerator, porcelain inside and
amt upholstered chair, lamps, ve-
qtlen blinds, kitchen dishes, Misc.
m ms, bhtyclopedio. 719-B, Prodo.
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W SALE: Tropical Aquarium
,w recently arrived from Mia-
White cloud mountain. Play
.SriFtus, Tetra Rosaceus, Velvet
Sqrdtoils, and Red wags, reason-
6il prices. See them at your
Sf; rite Store Case Mike," Co-

YA.LE:-26 Ft. Mine Yawl. No
1 2. Can be seen at Balboa
Yicht Club. Call 85-3162.
.1OR SALE:-One Underwood type-
Svsifer, 14 Inch carriage, very good
* condition, $90 00, Duran, Tel. 2-
p26 .

WOR SALE: Pekinese p p i es
.babt from Colombia. End of Via
i Ws (San Franciscol. House No.
4j apartment 6.

Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employes
Imlat an
Govmmmnt Emaplyes Finanoe Co.
When you tflnc -our new

No. 48 AIfuMhu i Omtew
Pheme -8.494 3-4965

FOR SALE:-1940 OhimobIle Con-
vertible with radio. Livingreom &
bedroom set. 9by crib, stroller.
high choir, and dresser. Phone
Panama 3-2416,.
FOR SALE:-1949 Hudson convert-
ible. good condition, radio and
heater, price reasonable. Call Al-
brook A.F.B. 4172, 5 p. m. to 7:-
30 p. m.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford "Victoria'
V-B, radio, new white SW, 14.-
000 miles, like new. $1,9,0.00.
Phcne office 83-6103.
FOR SALE:-Cadillac Sedan 1941 R
& H, very clean and good condi-
tion 2173-A, Curundu. Tel. 83.


FOf SALE:-26 feet launch iMine WANTED: Aro rican couple de.
li, sleeps two, toilet. Lethlop sire voion -q t ept or
7 H P. Marine Engine. Call Pan- sner- Doblo 24f9 __
afis 2-2930. WANTED: Small furnished apart-
SSALE:-Car parts business ment by Ampricn couple and one
S" o," nn etoblishment well child. wallig to are apartment
r'kOcnized throughout the Repub- or house Ceall T. res, itel Inter-
fIg end also abroad. Juan B. Sosa conal.
. !s.et. No. 6. Tel. 2-2269 'WANTED: Quartermaster steel
chest of drawers. Call Cristobol 3-
a 464.


Bella Vistao or Cjf Heights two
or three becdroos garage and
garden. Furnished or unfurnished.
Call telephone 2-0710 mornings

GIes C. Carr, prieipal of only.
MtkI tone high sChOOl In, Single North American gentleman
it PRA o f the cons ruc- with resWponsible Position desires
om, MWed July 20 a St. smell furnishel partmnt with
*I, la.., lhoif, Bc- modern cwwenience il pood resi-
g*o watrdaol at Ba1- dentiaol district., prfrbly Belle

i b ft N al Nean tb w n.
htilR If^yes as advert
as re aIos ablobr %I
aulfinum Company of Am- (OMtIae"l 4ontige I)
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Ise co-auuor, with
Du mu who was super-
-of s eools during this
I.8flde of Tie' Story ao
Ms." Ihei book wau pub-
SSt IS and to still used as
Mil1Bee Work in high schools
-alor qollegea.
rla after his return to
utbte In t INS, )IN W"e
= aof a trewfftI tn Th-
" and in 1914 took over the
moment of the St. -Peters-
ft c. Bte iatnued t In M
St until 193S when he es.
bed a national adyestilag
Oy to handle Florida advr-
SIn northern newspaper
jMtgasne. In' 1t8I he aold
a7 d beane part
nd general manager of

ftmained wtt the riortd

( nbm. a by y
?ntr. James C. Puach,
p, nlad.

Mt aW she will have an
A gfr irus of of
abftr*e appears at tt Cora
WWti W of the Girls F
ltnl 801hool as the pelQa
S of the Panaa* tlt Roe.
ty Club.
Tickets for her woert to-
alght h- a I 1 been
aMibut mre still qvaU Mlday night, when she ilv
Some of her own comprai-
U1m, at the National Theater
In Panama City.
The concert starts at 8:380
and tUckets %re on a at the
theater, and at Lewis. er
After her local nggMM
Min S huyler will "VS
ina O cam anid MWAr etm-
lan tfleUits;
Gulana. Dutch '(iarl-
nam), Santiago ang
At Ihe end of her toWr Mis
chler is scheduled i ar
as =obst with the Hawni -
bmij Concmrto.
This tour will be her fourth
'ais. e a only rently
retuaed from the Vitn Is.
landg, Puerto Rico. Jamatea and

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FOR SALE:-Record-changer. three
spaces, automatic, or B 59.50
each, for 25 cycle operation.
Muebleria Case Sparton. 223 Cen-
trol. (hext to .Encnto Theater).
Tel. 2-1081.h
FOR SALE:-We have just a few
25 cycle Thor, clotebs washer con-
ventional and spindrler types. Mue-
blfria Caso Sprtfov, 223 Central
(Aext to Encanto Theater), Tel.
FOR SALE: Livingroom su:te;
double bed; refriWrator; Misc.
Items. 0775-H, Williamson Place,

FOR SALE:-Bamboo Ilvingroorn set
dinette brerakt set and other ar-
ticles. bargain prices, leaving
country. House 1552-A. Govilon
FOR SALE:-MAhooeny bedroom set.
twin bids, night hf6bte and chif-
fanier $175.00. House 31. 5th St.
New Cristobal. Phahe 3-2878.

FOR SALE:-Refrigerator Kelvinator
60 cycles (Ceep Freeze), bicycle
girls, Singer machine (hand crank-
edi, Simmons bed, baby high
chair, crib, stroller. Phone 916,
FO SALE: 2 Mahogany Vanity
Dressers, one Colder Refrigerat-
or 25 cycle, one dabe bed. louse
629-0 DeLemeps Aar. Phone 3-
FOR SALE:-R.frtBeirtor I 2 Yr
uld 25-60 cycl, $190. Vanity
Dreser, Wardrobe, Conogleumrs.
Kitchen Table Dilhes Kitchen
bteslis, etc. House 217-D, Parai-
so., C. Larre.
FOR SALE:-ServeI tefrigerator, 25
cycles. Borgall :prlce. Information
Pepu Avenue No. 24. Tel. 3-1311.
FOR SALE:-1950 Philco refrigerator
7 cu.. ft. 60 cyde. 'Phone Cristo-
bal 3-2981.

FOR SALE--bMndix washing ma-
'thrn automatic, Spindry, 25 cycle,.
'!*W0iflt cohdfton.. Phoerf Cris-e
-:tl 3- ,1411.
FOR S"W :-New Leonard Refriger-
ator, 60 cycle, 8 aI, cu. ft., used
6 'mYrths. $250, ._tdix washing
machine, 60 cycle ik down type
$95. Tel. 866-426, 7 a. m. 3:
30 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Diningroom set. ma to-
boonyy, persons, tendrx washing
machine in 'perfect condition. Tele-
phasm 1-4741, Panimei.

No*in Off ered
WJNWt :- Male or Fermale ex- y
Perienend'wecretry who can take
SwWlaih rsd English dictation. No
need tfo pply unless person has .
hod at least three years experi-


Puaed By Lions

lfp tma Lions Club today
plan a .teue4o-hboue cam-
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WMr Afnte wWMEieu. Sen cottipe.: fettr itce boxes, Oat
2031 AB stove, wfeOIte rates. Telephone
~--m-- AmA .?' 6-441 Gmbofa.

Philhp. -Stbld. e cotteaes. Sant.
Clara Baoi 435. Balboa. Phaon
PeMan L 8.177.t Cristobol 3-1673.

1A f RmentS

Two al 17fe room furnished and
unfurntshed phrtments; private en-.
closed gardenr. 8061. 10th Street,.
New Crlobal. Telephone Colon
FO 't --.-Apartment, two bed-
rOom, living, diningroom, porch,.
48th trdbt No. 27, Belle Vista.
FOR F rENTi Furnished oportment,
tWObedrooms and two bathrooms,
Bfi> Vista, Tel. 3-2009.
FORftNT:-To responsible person;
,conf e furnished apartment, li
ODM.tOnctrte house, two bedroom
ih% klfchen, both, porc,
tM wl.-nd parking space. WtM
W et ref(*igerator, stove. Trans-
pftfeion frequently from ow
bflcb from Via Espaia. 2nd. St..
Carresqurlla No. 48. For informa-
t'ef cofl 3-0471.

FOR RENT:-.-Chalet in Los Cumbres,
COH during office hours. Tel. 3-
FOR RENT:-Modern duplex Three
bedrooms, two baths. El Congre-
fo. $125 00. Information: No. 34,
39th St.


0 RENT:E--Furnished room In re-
sIdentiol section. Peru Avenue No.
34, B4lla Vstea.
FOR 'RENT:--Cool ventilated ro",
Eg-tudlane St. NW. 1 Apt. 1


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NLK Sports Editorn
NEW YORK, Aug. 6 Roers office than he has in his stormy L ue by
t.rnsby said his break with Bill past. to
V eek wouldn't hurt him vith "I started teHtng him about the "Ata Won Lost Pet.
btseball people, and The Rajah team.on the telp hone,' e.plaln, Bn roota *.. I t3! 1 M. WWI
bia rixht. ed Paul, dt he out me .~'iort. Nfw lnt .. 61 37 .n it
I in. -& been returned to, the "Never d. 311' waft and see e .St eA ...... '* 43 .
leagues after 14 years, for i"W9i,' hb e id." =n&dew&a .. 4.. 1 |; .J 1
ns aby obviously once more is HornAby aat too much to Si e .... . .500 .
mem r of the lodge of man- see, altttrfl a grand de. o ..n .... N.. .420 "b .fik a i
aJcrs. fensiver he o in Roy McMili. C neat .. .. 43 61 .413 a .k t
S Eornaby taking over the Reds lan. Pttburh .. .. .. 7 7A E enwt
marks the 61st big league man- From what we have seen of a.t h-tt.ar t.w
-*rlal change tn seven years, the Rbinelaid .,, And judttng TODAr SAIIAME&l a he gH e t_
pilots in good standing keep by their eveh pplac in the Chice at t at1. lay of .1 .-een : :
bncint back like a bad check. standings,i th m stand cofm- B.r _t W V ork (z). causraedt li the St kiehital
lere always seems to be a Job siderablft f tI staby drive. .PhilaelP otle (T-N). nta g. and
.or O'Neill, GOrimm and Harris. Yet any Tf an will tell St. Loh& i(MW- h Lu BoudreL-u and Marty Marion you that Lute ll did the best r a. to ryo--) ant
aned the order this year. Sten-. ob possible .in Kluszewski, YESTER DAflRs #SLTS I.w Sinc lvHtory- o a.
I se rving his third term, Du_- Adcock. Ed.Wpa, t eminick and (NCta l) i inse C al o a ,
her, Dykes and Dressen their Hatton were t .Out by injuries Chicago W g1ut0f 7 0 1tk" the
r Frank Frisch, a charter at the sa t. Cininnsatl i -.-4 10 -0 Stted.
r, Is due back any day With w well not do- Hacker E04(S lt (81 and c to Raffenaberer
Eddie Sawyer has his ear ng too weNa'HXkT Perkowskl. Atwell. Raffen bbxgtr (12-91 and n ur, in t onl seven n ..
ed. the left- W .r Is the best Seminck. twice t Cubs.
'bnsby's appointment could pitcher In ti k.
e' been an economy move, a- (Night Game 15 Insings) terM IAn L
S other things. The Bro4wn Club Was s le, Broslyn o ........... .. .. 6 tees wnnis
tn, payid the greatest. of all Including P iblem New York..... ....... T ar ato '
Sso the Rediegs only have Baseball is largely a race be- (Night Gam 1 II Inniifgs) Ifmt f dito sevnli inS
share his salary. That's a tween man and ball. and- the St. Louis.......... ..... 4lt. to
Sfak for the Cincinnati club. Reds are almost totally lacking Pittsburgh .............. 3 5-1 In
Ftih hasn't been drawing, and in speed. The ftlre outfield has
h Gabe Paul talking of cut- swiped just one base, and that Philadelphia att'oston down all the way along the ws stolen more recently byCal header postponed, rain). leiin J thrid ani
oe. Arams. You'd think that by thtis he th
,The Reds required a name to time any qet of Outfielders would but l the of the Isth
tpem that and then some. just by Cet -TWB
What have the Reds to lose, The aeds .ba a the trouble, r Lee his h I t : il .ter at the-
l--r'lI- If Hornsbv produces,. Including ftm. Big Joe Ad- .. I_ Boc Ra d, l"
S*1 he haai turnh in excellent cook would ave a chance to be TEAM Won Lost Pet. ,1te sn pe tonight ad .W -
,k' wherever he has been given a star at first base, but Ted Klua- NSeyYork .. .. .. S3 43 J, 6e4 .mg. a.l t. war
free hand: ewns' thump forces him to ad 4.. .. IS 4 tI .8th i
P laleft fiehldwhere he gets nom4-.'......5 1J4156 W w, m entt. r utearyend
- Ms Can 91S"dsome jump on the bU a. hl s Wd*oose- .Iung ... ,. 5 48 Ans wt ha pevVn-hftt
*W Mnsbtn Bejoi arm uncois too slowly. Padel .phia s 51 48 a w r.
The Reds s et..ama the com. Chia e. ........ 4 t i, m.. -g
''Genetal Manager Paul is the mon ailmenth,. Tir pitchers St. Lteais ...... 44 63 .Al4 n "inged wt, the mst 'thq ootestants
'te' of baseball marn who will can't get the other side out and Detroit .. ..o.. .. 6 .3 8 bmitS trS W in 1s. week. Schedule for t
W'e Rornsby his head. as long as they haven't Zbeen hitting with tte. follow:
% es tt properly, men on base. ,b' o b Lete buied. a tuf-hit-
Hornsab immediately let. Paul RogeLs Nornsby will indeed be TODA i O1&M ter fotr iaur oli the Teight
btow that he would stand no a preat baseball mind if he works ClieTlaMMry FAttofbt ti
ire terference from the front thi.u One out. Deft* t atSt. ( 1 4). A. Letendme vs. uauis1
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WASHI ..'GTON, Aug. 6 (UP) t p e *Ih w o
War hero Maynard H. Snuff
Smith inslate. owday his latestW fWKNTYlV-SVINTI YEAR PANAMA, R. P.,
"brave deed" was the real thing
Mut he didn't appear eager to *
try to convince police. -..C or iod C
OfdLcers had a warrant for
' the Medal of Honor winner ac-
cusing him of faking the rescue
of a bereaved mother from a ,
window leAge to get publicity
for a projected political career.
Smith couldn't be found for
service of the warrant. He did 're G ui9ly I A f 6 ; fO.
not report for work today and -:
who went to his home
sole wasn't i. bThey were LOS ANGOLrS. Aug. 6 (UP) The guotuneet charged at Its first-strly_
-lIntn for him in a squad -Fourtee California ouiianun- die opening of the trial thLat nvicted ot
es, ist Party leaders were convict- the it Reds, hb freely as:t tftb Act In 194
ed by a federal court jury yes- ted thelt Communist affll t wtk. lhne0SR*
Mrs. BIreatine Lucille Whom-'terday of conspiring to teach tons, were 'pofessional Ir
ble, 21, told authorities Monday iand advodate the violent over- lutionarle A Who had co ntp-M.. (Slim)
Smith offered her $500 to face throw of the government, to tbabh a id'advocate the .m- itor of
an attempted suicie leap last cessity ot Vtong the oi, ,d
Thursday so he could rescue her -A ry of eight women and ernment 1 'fsi and viole ; eMwy,
and promote himself for gover- fIdr .isp stfrued the ver- in oitWr 0e a Comm UiA .8s Angel^
nqr of Virginia. dit inain ta faily silent court- ist Sat I ICeA nbeor,
BWore he became unavailable, room 4ftt w.more than five t% c ntended t of t
Smith to:.di the Washington Post' aot liberationn whith Anr*tia ad ammndt P -. -
he had never "seen or met" fo owod the six-month-lout did as favor violence beaa .
Mrs. Whomble before he pulled tri A it belived a Oommunist stt Ce of '
her off the sixth story ledge Felderal Judge William C. co I 4 aebleved by pee tt fo
of the YMCA building. Mathes ordered the courtroom ftll, l metate means. -
He said her story was "rIt1- doors locked before the jury The d ants were arrest ,* ?
culous" and that she may be entered the room to report. In a .a i-wlde oraokdeowun 5 a. t
suffering "from hallucinattons As the 14 separate verdicts the 2and 27, 1S 8 m
of grandeur." were read, the defendants show- Netted the group was .it l a e
"I' this girl was making an ed no emotion except for Doro- liam tnl Sdermnn I the atC
act, she should be In Holly- thy R. Healey, 37, who smiled chief of the California t
wood," Smith commented. when she head herself pro- munlat,.Pat who alleged i
Boland M. Bennett, 27, who bounced guilty. over the retna of the nat t
allegedly fireimed p the
hoax *auMd w eItr to serve The defendants face a maxi-
as Sndth'a sw iga mama. mumi penaftp of five years Im-
g'r, tra wuh a war- prilonment or $10,000 fines or
t a~dl m M bond. both under the Smith Act,
He and Smith, salesmen at which they were convicted of ..
a radio-television store, were v'l t1- 1 .
charged with causing false re- Judge Mathes refused a plea r -
port to police. Bennett also to release the defendants on
Md Mn. Womble's confe4s",n tell pe ng entencing later
was "fantastic and completely today.
fate" e The judge postponed unti to- . '
aW they face a mat- day a decislaoa an the defense
a s aty of ,0 in fines m oWe for a directed ,acttt r
lat f days In jafl: verdict. iy
Airports and picture of the oe cm vaeate t .he gaty
"rescue" gained wi.e earel ~- Wert if he flmat it s ot.
ton because o mitth's war re- UtAt wihl the evteee.
cord. aem 4. J., Aug. a ( O

Ma f sis mMa 3-17 A- MAtemm- ,
A few weeks later hewi tsre- u a d fro a It
deced from sergeant to private w'f A Idfl.Ur.
*twC -yor-old former waist SS'
linhr falo had a 'pollee W e- Don H. Cox, Veteras Ad.- fl$-
ad. mInistration representative to .d
I gft In 1%97 to the Canal Zone, 'has informed ---e-oht ,
A IM n man a fIL e Canal officials that unemploy.- T..eVopndam, wheduledto
haraoMe:.oremB, claiming it meat compensation for ver- .rtn M-oaty, was delayed fr a
t aIvsft hbit. He re- azs of the Korean war wril futile laradh of the sea Ift
~'* a asusended sentence. not be available in the Canal Patrdges' other daughter
t wife said she did et zone. who
lve the sesme" was a hoax m e forwarded to Bft WB a inn g. ing te .
Wfl ever beard her hpsbaid Helghts a eopy of thefo hid t tIam W"te
mefaith wanting to run ftr got- Ing message Pat received from A d-ASferlca z weto
Wthe Veterane' Adm 1Mraol9ab mn the t goo6-
in "Washington: Jeft a Suicide nte
a viceof but couldn't C
of Labor h s J v Mal ing at

Sunemplor to the utolllMh1mt- ablee St. Martin artsut ol m ington. the A .g -.a)
for veterans Adser'in after tlv l e shooter a IN
KoreaA emergency and jp.o t'be 'girl, considered a 9rj1hm62=tcratl 0
legmUative pro a fr m tratlo ", ihi Prealden
pamet in the Panama N .bm

Prior to the etabl d t V crtrIAMY f -t
office in the Canal Zone, ft 1930. Thaey t tehe. ai tea al posts, btftIw
m41 T o to Feb. 1947, matters pertaining *a t aIn L mi the a tPolitics, tbeow&Gn
.dheir phstp -t because" the realuetmenUt n owrin% tacded al Wi *lGeneral J. Ta"
"lwir wis.dhu't liketo iron. e were handled by the COnst tos em ar en 1
I organlsatton through Its b. Ba y Bto | 31B5 a nl
l' Veteranso.World Oraoa her wu nl on e, who played t6tar
wereceiving the readjurt-% Ut S am. W es-oat
ment allowance here. Many of se triad b win controla-0 I
ese were service wives wtho.- ~ r. mooraI c .atigl OSYODiIS
had een in the WAC's or the t' n i N a a run aw t o

heby wee umable to secure
flr Korean 'terfsw.

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A firm to prom -te t I
duction of native rime-O
grains and to give
material maletance it
producers was faunde -
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The company, rganized wil
a capital atok $o Z NOO, Is
made up j local la t'
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