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H Rets state4 e quar an ti ist to alMP 1 i peidmof four onth
Me s ne leas pubiliked n wht ths per so is h e
Pogn e hear t hkee isnou mnMifel of tans ate llin the e
M Amnmal comhetm fro thel Sa e s h ehad er r
S Conditions are so bad they'd have to improve before the
get any worse. What conditions you ask? Corozal quaranl
'mne, of course.
Ask any pet owner who has a dog or a eat in quarantine
or better yet, take a trip and see for yourself.
Regulations state quarantine Is for a period of four months
Will someone please explain why this period a such a lengthy
one? I hear there Is no quarantine of animals at all In the e
public of Panama.
Animals coming from the States have had their rabies shots
as well as their 'distemper shots. Some have had them for two
years prior to coming to the Zone. They are well cared for ani-
pals, clean and healthy.
Then what happens? Healthy eats and dogs are placed
Right next to sick ones. It makes you worry, and wonder what
condition they will be in when their four months time Is up.
At present Corosal quarantine is crowded. Why not reduce
quarantine to one month or less, and have the animals brought
in every week for a cheek-up, if necessary.
Or at least, separate the cats and the dogs, and isolate the
Up till nine months ago quarantine regulations were not so
strictly enforced. Why the change now?
Can't something be done about these conditions? It's Just
lucky for us there's a good vet in charge at Corozal at present,
or I'd hate to think of what might be the results from this
foolishly enforced lengthy quarantine.
How much longer must the pets and their owners endure
A Pet Lover.
We Japanese got full sovereignty by your kindly help. I'd
t like to taste the war again at all. M homeland Is not far
rom the fighting In Korea.
I think mutual understanding Is the most useful energy of
defeating war. So I'd like to correspond with your adult young
My desire is this:
I am a 19-year-old student at college. My Interests are col-
leting stamps, postcards, photos and hearing good music.
Please tell my wishes to your readers.
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hind the ot= of gypt's at
SFarf wereW a couple of . ,-.-
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bes t Wa i n an old-time *
Latk American banana repub-
r. e revolution.II
T. Te flrst had to do with ;,1":* .
whether or not one of the king's
favorites, Oen. H-adar Pasha, ,.
could be continued in office as
Vsldent of t o Officers'
Te second to do with
charges of r in the procure-
ment of defecw arms and am-
munition for fypt's disastrous
war against Irael at the end ..
y An Investigation Into this
graft was wbiteWashed, more or
less with the hf blessing If
not on his ite orders. Much
. of the graft Mas believed to
y have gone to officers in
the royal Some of it .. -
may have aon ectly to Wth
1 king himself.
D That was What burned the
young ll og. e who-fought
- war against with bad
d guns and sheis.
t After this Arab-Israeli war
was over In the spring of '40,
e the Egyptian oups marched
t home to Cairo, where they were
hailed as conquering heroes.
e Roses were it l ine l,.their
path. Actually" had taken
a terrible heali.
Mostly It was a war of skinra- *
t Dishes. But In the fipal battle
, for the Negb desert, the Egypt-
SIan troops w te driven back
their own oil with sM=6 ___________ -..-.----
casualties, and Israeli troops
beaOteI W m'm01Grandpup
slapped an armCemO1r%5on 3
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British fron) a t-ppi.lif ,. -- o -
In the scramble for military time since we ManageI M"
supplies, the I gyptians had to rax eti N.sl wit some- top V 0 the tato
buy surplus Itai amy oods I UgaIstnounce cently a nbseed
left over fret lay's At I am a : a father of in her caverni
camoalns. AinOa wa de- M te InItial et- eat, bu t she 's a
fc. G ra .e*Ioain s rto OSchn"rkw. rkel the thaw.
the hands before a, i fe pe e taa
they ,be thrwn. RaEt y, Is a good ef- sele NNal sa I
and t wee eplde w you "e barely bitata .
What me d Ir war" r ItthM anMb has alw bee pretty ol l
the ,se h wad bt ainSdfbbl the five ye e worked for
oa r a t ISfa W, mmb ,e ad not tone M as.
etoe.uu- nftf.1 whentme
ofr graft tfs ftfa b. tat hi 8 g *l %at fst t
me io etdaUy rlittoene tof nn gio etd0. fl i
Principal reason was that the m o nt to k
king objected to the oInvetlga- b fr ow with A I
n as dsrupttve of o- fded to
rafe. 80 I, April, 1951, alidr flame that her r i I a r
of the army. o' W-
tef bo Tabet, anther of tie
court avoritbeewd to tha of e diWvan
had an otat part n t he M ine pique or fat Me
arms ianals, quietly want n-a Iser b bead te .ae erlwe le mta
Then came the big bitww.n 13SW suspect that t. wu a reS an attaly t
over the Cairo Officers' Olu for at wrecked the a a e
election4Itu all thtisasunds. afoi j011A ltipsln .ftsBs
etase for overthrowingl t Ja eK that no
a5S os evrl beie S me from tchat ae everybody's a
pl the rldet of the n d *h '
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:a. s,?0prstig Unmene.onedSub
pi Vbagr members of tbe effi-
at' Inorit belie ved r to hvw
h Tve go threyongt'aten ol'
hRW a9l tbyreaten ng r WAeaEsOl The stenee It.a bytt eatimatee concern I
Omer the na shtpftf ictrlccl bombk aWas Mw k wc ta tatet reaulre a
Th ia. i nto the army ailest .ionable t poseaf eal.
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K IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
SHOLLYWOOD (NEAl-Exclu. drian (Janet Gaynor id 'voting
S ltety Yours: "ou can te sure- herself to his recovery. Doctors
'V ts Betty Purness. too. Have forbidden him to design
gua that there will be no leap any more glad rags.
b"' ek Into bgacreen movie star- -----
doem for the peppy, fast-talking Dale Robertson is going "Aw,
ex-film ingenue. who won the shucks" to the gushing about
Sic nination for "Most Seen" TV "the brooding quality" in his face f
pr onallty at the Chicago politi- Ithat women moviegoers.are see-
c- conventions. .ing. and to comparisons wCh the
.e's in Roll woo fnr a vaca-'Clark Gable of the early 1930's.
ti '.And inch c t 11iy to stio.' "It's a great compliment,' he
off a front-pagc newspaper poll- snorted, "but I don't think I'll be
tical cartoon-a father glued t. another Gable any more than I'll
a TV set with his small son say- be another Will Rogers. Gable's
Iag: "Who's winning. Pop-Ike, the greatest leading man the
Teft. or Betty FurnMcs?" Betty movies has ever known. He's all
to'd me:' man-from the ground up."
"Fox offered me a role in 'Taxi'
and I turned it down. I'm turning Lew Ay.?rs' annuities are keep-
down all movie offers because I ing him on velvet and he doesn't /
aust can't afford to accept them. care whether he ever acts again.
I sake too much money in tele- He's one of Hollywood's wealthi- \
vislen. Why, for doMg the corn-est men... Comic Irwin Corey
s erials one night a week on vows he overheard two Holly-
studio One I get more money wood executives say it: "Let's
than MGM paid me the last year take a 10-minute break for work. 'I
ot my contract there." ,Wag who saw Charles Coburn
That was back In 1938 1 Don't looking pale the other day com-
stert adding up my age, because imented: "The earthquake must
I pn' 36"a when Bettv quit her have dislodged his monocle." /
*, '- 'v-washv" movie career. I / '
-'irlee from ex-movie queen Not-in-the-script dialog from .M 06K
p to mor'. dolls debating the the set of "Moulin Rouge": i -.1
TV Iran, John Huston to Zsa Zsa Gabor
Don it. There's big money and after a scene: -That was fine.,
nr .rnetition '; darling. Just fine. But you keep ."The bos says tht whf
-- rtoge again for twice-mar-i letting your voice drop at the o he's p ding his
rr sett.v? "I'm thinking about end of a sentence. Every time offie, i' oiatgdt
it. but nobody else is." you do It I shall have to give you -tch
a beauty mark on your face. Put
ILK'STER'S LAST STAND on with a pistol!"
O0lvia de Havilland izzling a-
bout printed reports of a ro-Chi
miance with Canadian million-, Reds THE
arde C`rus MKuster. S.e tol4 me: M ntAEverest
"I h ven't heard of Cyrus Kluster i ntEverest
anl I dn,,ht that there's such UP Accorda h titutOD Gun
"I.- There mais no mever be again in m. ing to Chinese Communist geo-I
i- There may never be again. graphy. Mount Everest won't be Pays 2% Interest Alo
r inen at,,. .. i .re, Mount Evtest any more.
or I'--'alert for a l rt Tavlar- The peak named after the
1' Th flush. The romance British director of the Indian INITIAL I
at- 1ffon the negative ide.!survey office in 1858 was always
"t- 71 ff o t eate d called "Chu-mu-lan-ma" (which
at a wod agent. Sheelaims means Holy Mother's water"' We make loans with g
an t lwo d ent. She claims b the Tibeotana, and that will
be been giving out defamatory be itsname enceforthon C or othi
utorie' about her. nese maps.
ar, "tsarefar To name ChiRna's hTighestT
t r-ncr-rr .lled to daughte rs mountain after an Imperialist
ir r"ir bWed to dauathterl. s colonial, official Is Indeed a mis- H1
y- ...,-^ tno Kirby Wpatherlv. A take," a Peiping dispatch to the
re- 1 -meo and Juliet affair. Hang Kong lefist nwaPer
Before. she left for England.en We o said. even be somec. -
BerbfrM Payton confle.d to t pal [arument about whether Ever-
thpt she hocked her md her minks est really Chna'sd highest e
thrt Tom Neal sold his car to mountaI. Most maps show ip l O C
survive the depression that fol- Everest on the Nepal-Tibetan m sa
lo- -6 ha" divorce from Iranchot border, but then the Chinese ofT
r *- 'The fpmlne's over nnw may be re-drawing boundaries
tb- wnir and Tom hav.'e movil I a
wr In E'-rnne. Individual af9etv dei(
I Kirk Douglas and Irene -M$ Ml
SWritghsman have re-teamed. It's
.antbseu lueteet switch eb attitude S u RcAk
en Kirk' a part. He's been refus-
Ira to take her telephone ealls CHICAGO (PP-Haul that
from New York and Rurore ever asandolin out of the attic.
l'ane they split. | The A merican Music Con-
s well between Steve ch- ference predicts U the man-
*Ar.a wel between Steve Cch- dolin, forced ftltb' 'Eeurity by
.ft- r his Warner bosses arain. the rise of jazs and the tenor
b not before somelesmted words banjo, will regain Its popularity
vr* eahuenb.i'd. Stwe* tardiness this year.
hrn~ .f 'film f "The DR- revival of the eight-st in
i-e' B-.1 started the firework. 'strument, AMC says, willt-mut
-ft Two from the featured spot It cu-
t"-rP h, rrently hplds in Europe. Popular
S.rfwih dozmle Vivian Ro- orchestras on radio, In music
*lt, 'ow lfrace Jennifer Jones o halls and theaters, as well as
"the Ime theaters In a Gallic amateur groups, have popular-
i-ran of "lary .Magdalene"... tad the mandolin in France,
WX ned'designer Adrian, a victim Italy, Holland, Belgium, Germa-
. sta ina pectoris, is living quiet- ny and Denmark, the confe-
th totew Mexico,*with Mrs. A- rence says.
Swi'wP in a s afrimwood
vtll S intt ,u a lhot ul
a Ml h'
ratMte by the State -
nuSy on Savings Acceus
guaritt- on first miortage
:epted thru a period
oait boxes, for eweryv asd
Right You Are
documents, in 4 difforest izesa.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
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4 eave vour Ad with one of our Agents or oCr tff* I N. 7 "r S .'4f"
SNo. 12,179 Central Av. Cole
Lewis Service SalM dde Belloe Ais CritAw Ddn S-
#4 TITOb Ave.-Phone 2-32091 and #UB We* ISt Street 0.06 Mleldt Adft e- l*
Morrison's Agendia lhtermacrio l pag a, .
fourth of July Ave.-Pnonle 2-041 #3 Lottety PlaSt m Ab l -
P'tee 2- AN
Sa ye h ve drinklhi peMbeme
'WiNe Aleehelies AeMymMus.
S ol031 Ae. C. Z.
PROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
oene way $85, round trip $135 115
day-lImitI, $160, (good one year);
to LOS ANUELIS, one way, $149.
15, round trip $252 35, .90 day-
limit I Panama Dispatch Service. op-
oite Ancon bus stop, Tel. Panama
We have decided to run one or two.
S moire 'tours through the
#n.ma Canal to S Ban lIs Islands
Twin Screw Diesel Cruiser "Pescadora"
Tour sponsored by Hotel EL PANAMA
SFrom Balboa: $50.00 From Colon
S40.0. Only Through Canal $10.00.
is the time to load up on co-
lor film, shoot the picture of your
life, spear a fish. see primitive sugar
cpne mill, Indion sailboats ogaminst
ien jungle background, coconut
Jpolm islands with sandy beaches. Vi-
alit rhhabited Indian Islands. Swim-
Ming, sailboating in a "hollow log."
Portobe'o: See old forts, Cathedral.
Treasury House, statue of "Black
And of course. 54 miles of Pan-
ama Canal 'from pne end to the other.
Leaving albo. Pier 17. Friday,
August 15. Arriving Colon, Strangers
Club 2:30 p. m. Leave Strangers
Club 9:30 p. m., arrive'San Bios day-
lfght. Return Sunday, August 17,
Phone "Jungle Jim" 3-1660. Ho-
*- 1l El Panama
See your Travel Agent
Bids will be received in the office of
. the General .Manager. Commissary
Division, Mt. Hope. Canal Zone.
i urtil 3:00 p. m., Wednesday, Au-
t gust 27, 1952, when they. will be
S opened in public, for furnishing 1,-
P. 099,000 pounds or, alternatively,
5* 9 .500 pounds of Fine Granu-
,. o ated Sugar. Forms of proposal.
k. with full particulars, may be ob-
tained In the office of the Supply
: Service Director, Balboa Heights,
-,- or of the General Manaoer, Coam
;I wl hmtary Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z.
2675, Crbrdbdl, C. Z.
I-eTS: Newly arrived Tro-
ifflms. oeno Tropical,
I 11th Via Espoa. oplosite
ft. Franco Stables. telephone,
32. Cotn,: 80 SA, 9'/ St.
S-TAXI CAT. hRAL"
service from today, Saturday.
Sto Teamnn, Colon, Canal
.: .e. tacurftia, Tourist servie,a
and night service, official rate.
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IBRSyL:-Conmpvlte amsorarneqt of
poft hlsp., three way sock-
Lit finas, steel pipe. EUREKA. S
S 133 Central Ave. Just around
rr "J".St. Open 4ntil 9-p. m.
SALE:--One wooden Roraponm
ltat clarinet. Excellent condition.
le. After 4 p. m. 752-C.
Isof Read. Balbooa.
Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employes Finance Co.
When Vou finance your new
or tUed car.
No. 43 .AmeAblle eow
Pbone .4914 1-4945
FOR SALE:-Morris Minor convert-
ibre. purchase December 1951.
Phone Cristobal 2329, house
FOR SALE:-.PImouth 1949 Special
De Luxe Club Coupe motor, trans-
mission, differential assembly.
a n d miscellaneous accessories.
Phone Coco Solo 8498
FOR SALE:-MG TD 5000 miles
perfect condition. Price $1.550
duty paid. Phone Cristobal 3-
FOR SALE-1950 Oldsmobile Rocket
Sedan, 4 door, radio, white side
wills. Almost new. B.1,545.00.
Eisenman Corros Usados, Peru Ave.
FOR SALE-1951 Dodge convertible.
new top, radio, low mileage, ex-
cellent condition. $1,900.00. Phone
FOR SALE:-Now availIble for im-
mediate delivery The Petfect Little
Car Singer SM Roadster. See
the new colors on display TRO-
PICAL MOTORS INC.
TROPIC TOPICS we have finally
caught up an direct deliveries of
THE PERFECT LITTLE CAR and
an aw-l B ,to offer OFF FLOOR
deierey of Singei SM Roadster -
came In for demonstration TRO-
FOR SALE:-150 Ford Station W'a-
gon, good condition, bedt offer
over 1,200,00. Telephone 88-
S262 Fort Gulick).
FOR SALE:-1946 Pontiac Cdwe t-
Ible. Motor A-I condttion. Good
ttt. uty paid. My 'be sane at
0767-J Willamsonr Pt oH day.
SPeft. feWlVTm*A ^n-
*JBt jlag! -.-+ "
Single North American .gqiifbman
with responsible position desires
small furnished apartment with
modem corw rennce in good rat"i
dentiaol district, preferably Belle
Vista. Call 2-0556 from 8:00 e.
m. to 5:00 p. m.
WANTED 'TO BUY --Pedigreed male
Dachshund pup. Phone *Cristobal
3-2365. Box 2622 Cristabol.
WANTED: Small furnished apart-
ment by American couple and one
child. Willing to share' apartment
or house. Call Torres, Hotel Inter-
WANTED TO RENT: Chalet inr
Bello Vista or Golf Highs -- two
or three bedreons -- -garage and
garden. Furnished or unfumished.
Call telephone 2-0710 mornings
S-SALS: 20 Gol. Hot water WANTED:-Farmer. foreigner wants
ester, gas. Call Panama 3- to exploit form. good r pigs and
433. chickens, preferably near water C
sandy or black soil, offerst NR. 100
II. SALE:-24 inch Stand type fan, T Lewis Se-.
lair of Royal Hoger deer lamps. WANTED.-So meon to .mend Per-
rge picture. Two bomboo chairs slan Rug. Box 758 Balboa.
ith cushions. 613, Cocoli, Apt.
I SALE:-24 inch Stand type. fan.
l"r of Royal Hager der, letmps,
Irge picture. Two bamboo chairs
With cushions. 613, Cacoli, Apt.
Z Tel. 4-522.
t SALE:-Fence for duolex type
use Govilan Area, 1525-A, Te-
S'SALE:--Rifle, nearly new, .22
Hier Winchester pump. Also
f ,er..35 Col. S & W 6" bar-
U. Cu7ter. 167.A, Gamboo.
WANTED: House in or near El
Vaele for two people. Must have
stredm year 'round with possibility
of water power. At blest one acre,
preferably five, cocmete construc-
tion. bordering on urfaced road.
Cash deal. Write or call Eagan,
phone 446 or Box 507, Colon,.
WANTED TO RENT.-Resadence of
-fin bed ,aom. unfumlshed. At
Golf Hats.., -PaltHt or Coca del
Mar. Cll 3-21110.
WANTED: H-aP or q rtment.
furnished or uriuthid. In bet-
ter districts, by reponsble .North-
Aimericanr ....1 3 a 21B4ll
ALE:-Complete weed working *-- ..*... J ijs
It. Power tools all Boltc-Crane -
rattsman. No toys. Eight re- W ad
lon-inductien moVt o V4 HP to a
P. Outfit. will liventovry over POSITON WA.
ifO.00 atory prmt wmthoul presently
pht. Will sell entire outfit plus psoagle tSin Le
SMI New KING "Super-20" FOR
f I200&a- E ne Bgl -
y b KIlGco lesan OR SALE: FO S-anv
,r atmS cY,- for f M o ougeintry, n-or
mum 11ba1y11 R' t. i F. rJat
- ivr ,"C-Arit Bobi. C .
1i four Aug-
:; e r~zsOml Vadinp~m :-
. S. d. a ,i .
FOR SALE--thA xoutaomtic wash-
Ing macrn nib.'e 0* Lus model, in
excellent Idtio. $125.00. Cell
FOR SALE:--bdcom furniture con-
sisting of I pieea. Tel. Albrook
2261. Office hours.
FOk SALE:-? s.hlae bed, wooden
with spring end mattress extra.
mattress vetr ch;cp. 4528-A, Al-
mn d St. Bal oa.,..
FCR SALE:-IerrXo living set. Mo-'
hogony dining rM' bedroom sets.
Gibson refuigerotor, Prosperity
stove. Dbkd4en plaho. Apply en
premises frdm 3 to 6 p. m. 48th
Street No. 29.
FOR SAtE:--liavlig Isthmus, bad-
room. set, ms*ogany diningroom,
Sand their, ~.ens. Castilla del Oro.
next to "E Panarmad," Apt. 39.
FOR SALE: -' Screened baby crib:
with plostic'covered mattress, up-
holstered-are choir, 25 cycle table
model Zenith radio phonograph
with cobra Irm and selected re-
cords and. albums, one single bed
with mattress. Telephone Balboo
FOR SALE: Bedroom, livingroom,
furniture, bamboo, Hoallicrafter.
radio, Lester piano, Misc., crib ani
high chair, rugs. House 0301-X
Cable H-leights., phone 2-2659.
FOR SALE:-Leaving Isthmus. Rat-
ten livingroom-couch, 2 'armchairs,
coffee table, 2 end table, wall
bracket $200; Inahogany' dinirng
room table,-4 irs, buffet $225;
nahogany do bed, letspring
and box sprirtg, "chiffonier,' pniFty
and egch $25D. O lot for $00.
00. "ther item. ,326-A, Coco So-
TO SELL: Solll mahogany carved
library table, Spanish antique.
Cowes made. Balboa 2-3067.
918qx B Corotn StfIet
FOR SALE;:-Frlain, ass stove, very
ood conditIon. 45th Stre, No.
FOR SALE:-Like new 1951 4. E.
refrigtr Iff *'" cycle st,1 cab
"feet, 75-poun f-MbIVg dmpt-
ein4t.n electric hiler $1. hd
tabtse, mrp*r manS hlKsIes
Items. Evenings except Su ay.
Telehoni e -4091.4 pS
FOR SALE: '- Moderined quartr-
muter chest, drMer, oventuffed
*vlnIrom a 'ti, hpm, need 0ip.
covers, portble ping-pong tobe.
768-ID. Jhsebey. Second .houa
fran Chose Bank.
FOR SALE: Buffet, 2 tables, '6
chairs, refinished in Grey, $75,0;.,
Porch partition, flats house, 5$900;
Chest and dresser, metal, $22.00;
Washing machine, Norge, six
niorithst Od, 25 Cyl., $170.00;
Kitchen table. $7.00; Bed, strirpgs
mattress. dresser, chest, night.
Stable.' $45 00. Between 4 to 8:30
p. m. 1464-D, Maolden St. Balboa,
FOR SALE: Kitchen cabinets; 4
chWIrs;" I dresser; double bed;
o t Znd' 1 phonograph, 25
CyOli.Mahol tny telephone Std;
wNlSI9anrnds, 12 family l'huse
OFw(wor quarters; Tooser; Er-c
cypWbdl Set; Waffle Ijon; Kitch-
an Uth rlls, Pots, Glasswmre; -Dish-
s; MtrreW' Chinese Drapes Mae-
hoge"y Nut-cracker Bowl: i4Door
Ponrc. 0430, Apt. G, Oresaigo-
niMS..Anden, C. Z. All day Sun-
FOR SALE:-0 Cyl. Ther ousmo-
tic washing machine, bmikqfe
momn ,lifdrm set. Fiumun
for ehNl. Caoil Curundn u 13-
FOR SAtI-nilre 60- eoyel-
.cu. fl., iagMNt cenditfin W.-
00. E&40t11 j., 5465-, ua le.
FOR 5SALE'..Jrgldore LeonareId, e
month old. 45t Strwir N1t 32,
FbR SALE.-tBllira out oi Inbu-
hold effectS. Cell Twl. 11 2 ,34 tt
FOR SALE: Quartorm .4"t Pus
ean, tWeo,- hsl.. ue I
mfvigft u-f, usd um, wit
ceder boards. 87-513a. :9mi
at Agt. 2229-C, Curundu.
-fip rV .1 ^IWalst -
g Meat (b "
St Brushes Rgt .
tach can is at
-% Available th
i'W 1w beautiful
i~uiltl iO. F. NOV39T, 1rt
1 ac3E' ~awCOntral Avg.
lepphone C,* Hotel U P il
FO WtNT -Modern apartment, one o. inia
*"tl M. llvlng-dlninriomo rn3ln (l0mnce Co.. o r
_____~___________ ITe. 8-471S .0 -11n
P R RETn':-Up. to date, nfni
in ted, se view. fresh
arbc ned apartments. Hoi and t
ybtr, Furnished or umfumlislh,
CoH Immedfately PanaeM 3-4W4.
FOR RENT-PFurnished 3 roeme a04
m*et for American couple, hio .:
rrgrovement. Inr Arrlljn mli
.. from Prry. Phll'b Place.
POR 'RENT: Modern fumish
"aprlntnt, on, of two bedoroo
and the other of a he bediom. .In1
Via Espofn, Corraquille. Tel. 3-
'FOR RENT.-Nice furnished apart-
ment, military, inspected. YIo
Porros No. 99, downstairs.
FOR RENT:- Cottage No. 19,
St., Vista del Mar, two large
poms,. 125 monthly. Insip
of premises. 1 to 3. Call Log
FOR RENT:-.Chlt 4n LA t JP*II
Coil dOuing afficie.1eur.. Tel. 34
OR '-RENT-Fotw- two ra
Sept. I completely fum
bed-room cottaf at tLa. C
Cell Panma 2-0800 or
FOR RNT."-Chalet, three I
'.l*idlnting fom o n d
With Jot water. Paltilla 1
FOR iM'-.-CoTtoge In Sonta Clara
Rock. Gms tbve, refrigerator, tile
flours, fumiture. Call 4-288, (Co-
POR aW:-- oom with entrance,
klt ad IndmependMt wseice.
Suitlfoe r baclhetler or couple
witht airi. Apply Or& St
E alhin.. t pe p, $e l.
lemt emitben, A*napk ,854211.
dal e .' ".ro and
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CM O E U. S
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L TmMpofts kxta, S. A.
*hlWihng, moving. storage.
ft piek and orate or move
Viytibng. 'Phone 2-2451,
Dr. A. ORILLAC JR.
Dr. E. ORILLAC
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vUe 7d today by ieaduarterD
ead which stated that Army en-
i nd Plants In Korea _-_ L _
Iah o .h hor grade before WASHIEOTON. Aug. 0 (UP)-, The A et b hief als m a t
S gSfor promotion IDefenses er etary obert A. efte h hn me recent @- -
ea ed. but It did not Loett r Mblunt new anoti t a using atomic. wo St S
1 to bUnder" or-ile for pro- the power to wipe out Red sup- fe IVb6 ger ri-ble. He m a
me toYceieft I nNorth Korea and th a w IWi be da
rquirements: prIv&tea. fouri tends.tous.It.wi.-a.bombs.
i res months in Lott told a news con ferece Turnng t N7S t1h N Worth Ko-
= h. a Iot n grades o higher the current United Nations air rean clWtlh the U.N. Cam
t -, grad, three t dstrOft war plants and am- tructl Lovett ald' they are m -
osni gradeto corporals, me uftion dumps built up by the military gt ~ i rs-t no. re"v, '"e dha -
Sp ade, four Communists since spring ance and will be bombed out. wv o asr
imonthsin s I skin disoder
M nths in higher position: aer- general
D . .e 1m thsmin grade, flve D 'amd lraim that pafbly enter W
Sf ms class MOnthe Doctor B riscoe if 1fClairifies b Hstalr
nix mo iftsIn tan as- CROW'."'p " ,- .:prs
Simeellbh Owships Available Here-t dau
r- g at of theaArmy which Dr. Cornelia D. Briscoe of the and will depart i n the very nat or so.m a- f feri 1
:sp.aiM 1a isbefr Of pro- the Amel College of Phys- gram m a deal~n s o gned wS.- '"odly as uticara om
m bcla for u Canal Z one and ter-Ameo an i r condi be t. .h
g-. e tha.. n- . e d tt ow r plans. ama i ba serving tei o aa d t ae ,Cl e .ecenty, because she S
townwa. afi w a 1 the s ot the'*Attheirgl/ 401 rodc toah cita, 11 UaO IN oe ^-
to m u tauft s, ftwle hb a..tiwso Dr.m nl aorI
ieai g i Ip a "to Wno r d an fnel t Bhw-lee e
Msp, oe ehotld aa led ou e Cenra Amellegag to clam pnt brtt ttt*r P go a p leston
-bgm to v if te l.mk e' ual n ter ir- Qi l a oi c oen Affirtitoa mt 9c r destructi ft r eis ie -
c _or nons101 Cnnl: 3am e
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a1wargOithl l ana or the eViie r iBr ate .the d avertawnho
e011 6 toVn&oatro 'o an t
7',W'anms s jhbe ftl ed to cla mpeaO brat ot 2llie a .c seut
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hye ith him aWoal Inte rview W '1; 9 in ic Affa irsto r~ e w I*.u m u, in witat' .m."-W
w a-f. n &Irace.
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