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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00128
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WRITER OSIECTS TO BUCOEKTIQN T mitte had Rialn Ln
CARBEAN WAGe SALE BE when it reeelvoh
$1,200,000. CI a
Panama, R. de P. six million aM
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I's auto'ishina how little individuals of ni.e Society tialh This
causa daily bread. There Ie it u-to N SlId that
theter a who are. al mei it, for the Bn if or eta A5
fMthor of The Caribbean SBale and "" neft is a atn.
oomer to the Pa tma Canal Zone. abM Is therefore unable N
a more report on this or sat othbe iebjeet rcsa- I.s
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We t MVe dAfarenrt countries within the Cariban
ew f low can cnp reach.
W .* willing, and able Ip my friend to fire-out and, ----'- -
the CtO's representation of tae. non-siusen civilian ers- ,et,
Any honeS worker, UA. Local, or orwiso who can Prt ting e M
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;ai as-k a-or hself one queustt;I am I not enjoy- am1 el_ s.
Oanmental border of banging oardte as an employee AI A W's LeW
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e year answer. complicated tals
pl1Meml 1 you be 1Wl l_ at anytime to Its political ubiWUW 1
aMe ft a loeo Rterat the pre- ported by
to be an the CNtMbean Wage Seale tions, and eI W.1
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Ild service to Miami was
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garet M. Finnegan; Terrence 0.
rd; Clair 0. Oodby; Annette
Oodby; and Mr. and Mrs. WU-
Oam Goldrein.
Mr. and Mrs. John R. Ham-
mOad, Jr.; Joseph C. Hannigan:
Norman Charles Haydel; Mr. and
Mrs. Ray L. Hendrickson; Rodol-
fo F. Herbruger, Jr.; Agnew 0.
Jones; Leonard Khah; Mr. and
Mrs. Gustav J. Kamptner; Mar-
garet A. Kelley; and Catherine
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h 3t is due at Tocumen Mr. and Mrs. Ernest M. Kles-
a.m. Friday. wett.?r; Miss Helen E. King; Ma-
ries R. Howell of Panama rio Kolebob; Mallard K. Kolebob*
tch Service is local agent Mallard K. Kol; B ernard A. o
RE MaUard K. Kolm; Bernard A. F.
AREA. Law; Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E.
rR re-entative Leeds, and two children; Mrs.
s Olga Leignader and two daught-
m Bird, senior represen- ers; Andrew 8. LJebermann: Dr.
Sn Oswald 8. Lowsley; Monsignor
Irtcan- rate (Panagra) AP Charles D. MCeDiMs; and Harold
apys has returned to Panama McKelvey.
oftp4 vacation in the States. Mr. and Mrs. enneth A. M-
Hernandez, who was in Mr. and Mr. Kenneth A. Mc-
u. e"Plbn has returned to Teeter, Mr. and ne R.M James Mc-
lr station In i maL Na Kern; nn K Manner; Ed-
regular taton in Lim, Pe- ward J. Moran. Jr.: Garth M.
a Myers; James W, Myers; Alber-
to Navarro, Jr.; Annie R. Nicol-
m -e. n ..an amg son; Lillan M. Morris; Mr. and
on-.t empf s who Mrs. George F. Novey and
tw long-tim e employ es wNo daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Richard
! of Augut are among the Novey.
Spas s-nimgA who are amonglth Gaspar C. Paredes, Jr.: Ramon
2 moenersw whor rew Y l N. Paredes; Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur
SPanama of the Panama LIne tCPayne and 2 ns; Thomas 0.
S Pmoamarof the Panama Line, aPeterson; Mr. and Mrs. George
aboard the ship will be a Price; Jack C. Randall, Jr.;
group of Canal Zone Youn erar Raymond, Jr.; Ou-.
Stes W ah e en route t c otA en A- r, Mabel 0. Rig-
a colle in the United States. e; Helen Patricia Rigby; Kaye
The retiring employes are:. Aln son- Joh .a mRd .Howrd
bg1diLA; Mr. and Mrs. rar n do P. m h- Mr.Howard
S L. Amole. ,mer Cu to o RO Ifo Hrbefrt E. Roth-
d tainAgnC. anJones en and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin
es M. Keswetter of the M. Rotagh and son.
redgbg Division. nreh ooeS B SaTbury: Miss
nte complete passenger Us fol- dU -'1j. V chandl
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imtbelte Ann Allen: walter H. A Shor i ed ti llMr. an
BIm; Mr. and Mrs. Allan L. A- Mrs. Richard 3sSe
mmub Mr. and ML. John W. An- two children; Wa s. t thip-
Ifm ad son;enethR. son;oe; jofh PA o mjU 4 n- M Or-
fanf; Mr. and Mrs. Gerard d. ando F. malnA: NoetrmAe ".0
m.ebSren; N. and MN.lice Steinberg.
alema; Mr. and Mrs. James Mr. and Mrs. James A.
; Dr. Robert W. Boni- Thomppn an& W S r L. Brown; Mrs. Mary Mr. aMd Mrs. NetSy. Thorn-
own and son, ton and 2 chlldrtt; Mr. and
MI ~ieyI F. CarUo and soB; Mrs. LeGrand H. Thurgod;
ihall J. lirke;Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Aura Townsend and vs
KE. Cohn and daughter; children; Mr. and Mnr. Bert G.k
an. ad Mrs. David H. Dare and Tydeman: Miss Norma Lee Vat
kJaes Dorsey; Mrs. Mary A. Siclen; Mercon A. Weeks; a
a; Shella Ann Pearon; Mar- Edwin Y. Wiley.


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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE
m:ise 9 *11to kla s 'oAutomnh;Inm HIoCMelMi
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tss- "e. C. L Service Personnel and Civilign FOR SALE: Mahogany bed with
S"-- government Employv Simmons mattress, white night
S rel opportuntv. Must Insist an table, $125, baby-stroller, $5.00
se il highly profitable business %en- Government Emploes finance Co. high chair, $3.00, dihes, cooking
ture because leaving sthmus. You Whet you finance youth new utensils and flower pots $25 liv-
invest $3 500, immediately start er usd car, ingroom suite, $200. Phone 3-
making $400 per month. No li- Ag C LIN R 3690.
.. mit. Wr.re Box L, The Panama N. 4* WeM 66tMe v w FOR SALE:-Porceloin Coldspot Re-
American ________ P 1-494 -4985 frigerator, $60.00. Metal buffet,
[ IEW LOW FARES.... SCHEDULE FOR SALE -Used tires. passenger $15.00. Play Pen, $8.00. Phone
SERVICE one way TO MIAMI... 0 commercial at Agencieas Cosmos, 6-518, between 4 end 6 p. Tn.
$U 7.00.. NEW YORK..$l 10 00 On Automobile Row No. 29, tele- FOR SALE: New 8 1 -2 Cu. Ft.
GUAYAQUIL.. $75 00.. QUITO phone Panama 2-4721. Leonard Refrigerar,. cle,
.$8600. Via AREA...."TheI .--
Route of the Good Neighbor" FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker, 4 used 6 months, $235. Call 86-
'BOEING 4-engOne planes-ROUND door Landcrulser,. $85000. Can 4260. 7 a m. to 3:30 p. m.
TRIP TO..MIAMI.. $120.60 f be easily financed. Call Curundu Monday. thru Friday. May be
..NEW YORK.. 5$202 30.. GUA-: 4146, before noon or after 8 p. seen at Qtrs. 0257, Apt. A, Gami
YAQUIL $135.00..QUITO .... 'I m.E boo.
$154,80. For more details see FOR SALE:-1947 Frozer. Excellent FOR SALE.-Refrigerator, 135 cu.
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE.. condition, 6 tires. 5 rew whtel ft Servel, 4 months old. 25 and
.- Opposite Ancon Busstop.. Tele- wall, all accessories, $850. Phone 60 cycl, $400.00. Phone Rous-
' phone.. 2.1655 Pedro Miguel 4-576. I seau 3424.
1' R. WENDEHAKE medical clinic, FOR SALE:-1942 Packard. 4 door
S Estudiante street No. 140 between sedan, good condition, $350.00. FOR SALE: Simmons three piece
| "J" and "K' street phone 2-i Para.so. C. Z. 103 Apt. 4. Tel. 4- upholstered ivngroom set. Ma-
S 3479. _268. hogany cerner t*bps. Reasonable.
THE OF YOUR LIFE FOR SALE--1949 Crevrolet 4-door No 18. 50 Stt Ap 2.
AND ONLY $45! Sedan, 5$1,100.00. Phone 5-169. FOR SALE:-WVrltlnghou refriger-.
Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the PAN- House* 124-A. Gatun. ator, 25 Cy.JI4 cu. ft. with freiz-
iMA CANAL, to COLON. SAN -- -- v Tudo er cheat, e*Xliet condition, $200.
S LAS. and PUERTO BELLO! FOR SALE:-1951 Eqrd VS Tudor, Cash r ter s. Mcllvaine. Phone:
Lest two tours of the year Custom. white sedwa. Nay Curundu 6262.
Sept. 19-20-21 Oct 3-4-5 3505, Qt. 8-A, Forn. SALE: Offce Undrwoo
i(Spnsored by Hotel El Poanmal FOR SALE-1-948 Buick convertible. typewriter, good condition. 0310,
Pes P dorc leaves Pier 17, Bilboo. side walls. radio, spot l nhtsa. nd able Hehts Ancn
i: Fridoy 6 a. m. many extras full. Price 1.995.00. Cable Heights, Ancon.
P. ArriveN Colon 'Strangers Club' 2 30 F,nance avelloble. Beepiman Ca-. FOR SALE: Zenith table model
i p. m. rres Usodo, Ave, Peru No. 8. Tel. combination radio and record ploy- -
" Leaves Colon 9.30 p. m. for Son 2-4514. or, 78 RPM, one speed, $65;
Ilis and -wardrobe trunk, large size, $9.50.
.luelto Bella. returning Colon Sun- FOR 5ALE:.-Chevrofet 1949 Coupe Cmnley, Tel. Belbea 2954.
Day afternoon-. DoLAe, two.tones. Tel. 2-4624
Leaves Strngers Club. Colon Mon- drn office hours. After office cc

6 hlbo to6 Sn Bias, return to Colon W ANTED
El froColn to San Bias and return Automeobils "1.
T'h?u Canal only either way) 510.00 WANTED To buy Prn. oe 2 I.
' SAlsls catered by Hotel El Punaa". good contion Phone
- Wring slacks, shorts, bothmg suit,
AipUpers and peron for uvdlrwif"ter i
ishingi. light jacket gr sweater, aid
Cheers for underwater fishi It, lg

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WANiD*.. -0 $ 1725 rwitiga-
hSALEa-We have a few Thor ,RPM ,J on paS, for oul Ca'1 unit
S cyCeS automatic walhers at f- M estg ol l I
duced prices. Muebleria Cas Spar. Mr. Ronnells. b s 6t-, .t4L.h
It ton. Central 223. Tel. 2-4591. 5454-L, Diablo tA. -i


OfR SALE:-Do not pay more then
. IM44.55 not. for your new RC-80
. prrob 3-speed automatic record-
w hnper, 25 or 60 cycles, at Coasa
:. Sports,. Central 223. or at our
branch at No. 56. B Avenue, Pan-
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FOR SALE
R, l Esaste
SALE:-Leaving country, house
6,500. Call 2-1991, Lo Boca.
SALE:-l lot at Puablo Nuevo
7 i'- per meter. Owner leaving on
'Wip. oat Parque Lefwvre 750 meters
2.50 per meter, 913 mter S1.75
;-.per meter. M. Hall. 248, 24th St
House No. I, Dunn Barber Shop.


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WANTED:-Male Panem I M-
linguol. for moving refropuWn.
etc Must be strong. Apply CrW-
ford Agencies. J Street No. 18,;
Panomi.
WANTED: A good loundre '.
persons. 50th and 1 ith-S3O,
Paitillo "San Joaquin Buif.in

FOR SALE

FOR SALE: Boot Bottom r
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Anvil. 5472. Diobla. 2-3123.


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FOREST HILLS, New York, Sept. 4 (UP).- The favorites .
began to show their class yesterday as the National Singles Ten- N
i s Championships moved one day closer to the finals at Forest l u I
SMI, New York.
ht SioDick Savitt of Orange, New Jersey and Dorib Hart of TtM wV tLost Pat.
Cral Gables. Florida both former Wimbledon champions Brooklyn .. .. .. 44 i
S* l the way as more of the long-shot hopefuls dropped out. Sa- oew York .. .. .. 71 St .4
v turned back stubborn Fred Kovaleski of Washington, 7-5, St. Louls ........ 1r 57 .568
4 6-4, and Miss Hart eliminated Althea Gibson of New York. Philadelphia .. .. 1t 9 j g
SMites Gibson took a 5-3 lead in the first set, but Miss Hart came Chicsgo .. .. ...U 6 .
back to win 7-5, then took the next one easily, 6-1. Cl nati .. .. .. 756 .438
Maureen Connolly, the defending singles and Wimbledon Boston .. .. .. 74 .411
champ from San Diego, also moved into the women's quarter Pittsburgh .. .. .. S9 6 A
finals. The teen-age Californian advanced without playing when -
Mrs. Marjorie Buck of Manchester, Massachusetts defaulted be- TODAY'S GA'MES
cause of illness. Among the foreign players, top-seeded Thelma Brooklyn at .otQI (N).
Long of Australia and third seeded Angela Mortimer of England Chicago at 8t. b (N).
also reached the quarter finals. 'One round behind, Shirley Fry Pittsburgh at Ce atL
of Akron third-ranked among the American girls and Julie No other gua e f mded.
Sampson of San Marino. California, moved up.
In men's play, veterans Billy Talbert of New York and Gard- YESTERDAr's RSULTS
nor Mulloy of Coral Gables, moved into the round of 16. Tal- Night Game
bert fought off Brenden Macken of Canada, 6-4, 6-2, 6-2 while Brooklyn 000 500 010-8 10 2
MaHoy had a tougher time with Mexican Gustave Palatfox. The Boston 0338 000 00NO-5 7 0
Firids veteran had to come from behind to win, 6-2, 5-7, 3-6, Roe, Black (12-2) and Camp&-
a 6-8, 6-4. The higher ranged foreigners also moved up. Lewis nella.
head and Mervyn Rose of Australia and Phillipe Washer of Bel- Burdette, Spahn (12-16) and
K,- gulm all walloped unseeded hopefuls. And tiny PFeleissimo Am- Cooper.
N1n of the Philippines eliminated 12th-ranked American, Fred -
Hagist of Sacramento. 6-3. 6-4, 6-4. Night Game
Frank Sedgman, the defending champion from Australia, Chicago 010 000 000-1 12 1
z* did not play. St. Louis 420 000 00x-6 9 0
Schultz (5-3), Lown, Fear andi
Atwell.
S-Start 'Em Young At Tennis- ^S y (16-12) and D. Rice.
SNight Game (Ten Innings)
On Every Shot, Racket ShouldN r (T0 nn201n11
Simmons, Hansen (5-6) and
So Burgess.
SMaglie, Corwin, Wilhelm, Con-
3eventh of 10 lesson articles nelly (3-0) and Westrum.
written for NEA Service. II
E Night Game
B MERCERT BEASLE Y Pittsburgh 000 000 000-0 3
mous Tennis Cohncinnati 000 001 00x-1 7

t ^ ^^Ne ci\ (1 eaa be-4, M ain and K, *k4 86M
You rare forced to play balls_ Neccoalnn-t 1 Mai and 00 -
Sfrom every Imaginative height Raffensberger (15-12) and S t London's to City. f
i. high, low, around your head and Ross.i mesony beaw.aea
at your feet. goNtihe NS MOhow _10 .
In every case, the -acket ; | A i L In Noye aasm.' emar
-. ~ w'- .~A e an" L e glu e l m t yew as member utrlat E
by In Table Tennis TEAM Won Lest Pet.

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STe military swing into action 31,! .. '*., 3fE
t I the Doubles Table Tennis W t .' ( U F ) :
T tournamentt at 7:00 tonight at TOAB S U. S
,be USO-JWB Club, La Boca St., --Lo-- -k t
w Sead. The tourney ,is sponsored etralt At U, Mt'"AY
yl the USO-JWB Armed Forces aye t l

i- g lit ks matches, aten- .
S.. ant& rhbam were winners to'M
ly 1i1 d oand H. Joseph. and SWR UM R M ..ntctrt.
,.V. Oramnnum and Hill were vic- a O"n
1lay A. Joseph and Stan- P 0 Ab etwo, "tor

Tonight's schedule: should finish on a level with the Byrd (14-11)a S e andeW il b stle1
actual hit. -to ".n-"ol
shot. Bestown 00 000 4OS..I 7 1 S .annot be to1.I
.irman 2c C. Bartholomew and Wasaington N60 300 14- 13 1 a ote Vle ,l 0 N
2c Donald Kisaling of The tendency is to help the -11), Delock, BriEkner-. L. .
ook Air Force Base vs. Pvt. ball over the net with a pum g.M-A -1 I i0 Pac=fi
AfnCAeontandr.Pvt.,John upmotioln ofthr to nu pert (5-71 and Orafso. of 80
finishing high over the hbad.e 0 bl i
Richard Swimm of Fort This attempting to help the at 200 134 001-~ 10 0f run.
6pbe and Pvt. Raymond Thaler ball over the not is the ea e of Cleveoaml 000 080 00-8 93 1 her ta ewss- Se
Port Clayton vs. Corp. James netted balls. Newtbur, Madison. h tte- aOvertakeb 1S
n Frauer of Corozal An excellent camparlsu for m* Ears-, (0), tMe'Chakales 0
the low forehand the ._olfe. 'Bi, and Hegan. Vinoe
CIVILIANS The duffer, behind Rilaer1 e fight sa~e, PUOMUL sg o
tries to heip lift the ball ~r Ngbt.e4eup
Setendre and Durham vs Felix by pulling up the head f his 4 S.al 00 000 000-- 9 0aSta tWO
IMtjdoseplyat 7.45. golf club. 000 000 1 Ox-1u1u. 1.. B..andw
*. GOannum and Hill vs. A. L. t (0-4) and Cctct". ." 7"
S, h and Hall. The champion golfer h its Rogot (12-0) and LoU2V., Ol a atlll _M at
ast weeks scstraight Into the baill the --- Va be
X&.At week's scores: of the club face making eth ball
I^~ ~~ ., .go up and over the banker ' ,
Letendre and Durham beat ge Sor
IB 0mughlin and Carry by de- IExactly the same- Ue -$ -tp o a
ealt. plies in tennis. If you pull up WU JJI..I. i
Nightengale and Austin down- wIt yo r cket, the b ell w go f mg to|
e 3d Valentine and Perryman: 21- case is the net. The. Jamlplay OX
1'7, 21-14. "acket is relative b sie1,1 o L 5
Webster and Innis defeated t e te ha tfreoae -
Blanchett and McDowell, 21-12, e ub e. t Naoga ed
Felix and Joseph set back Hit straight into the ball, fin-. pus t w a1 SaM up amMM ead B
Yearwood and Vernacc 21-17 lishinat on a level with your ac- *7 11"-.
earwood and Vernacc 2117, tual hit, and the ball goes ovr t a.a
24-2. the net. b goes over

Sb lark and Mylwoa:t 22-9 t our eye on levl with ,P'
Slater and M. Orannum won and automatically It chooses th a. d-
Romero and Waithe ,bye'. correct level at which to makel t 1' 1
DIckson and Fox: 21-12, 21-15. t
Letendre and Durham whipped ending of the stroke actually de- 1e.d f ,
Austin and Nightnegale: 21-10. tlines the direction of the Ied llrl

Felix and H Joseph beat Web-" '
t-',er and Innis: 21-17, 17-21,
t QOrinum and Hill defeated .
1 Stand Orannum: 21-12, 17- .a a a:aa:aS an
% e final championship match YOUR ; ."
:'W rdnesday, Sept. 10 at 7:30 p.m. i *, :. I |il
"Ne.Hculot (Joel Benner. Olym- (:t" s. .'Garf.1^ IH5UU qewths!
shooting champ of the f sH

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NEW YORK, Sept,. 4 (UPF-
Doeens of New York banks to-
day were ordered to give the
state crime commisalon com-
plete financial records on more
than 300 New York and New
Jersey political figures, union
executives and gangsters.
The crime commisaton Issued
subpoenas for tle Information
In connection with its .Investigi-
tion of waterfront'" rime and
corruption, including charges of
a tieup betwepn political and
union leaders and racketeers.
Mayor John V. Kenny of Jer-
say City and former mayor
Frank Hague were among those
mnled on the subpoea8es for
information sent to New York
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. It was reported more sub-
poehas would be issued later.
seeking reports on the bank at-
counts of even higher ranking
puble officials.
'Rackets and pilferlng on the.
New York. docks are estimated
to cost shipping companies and
lengshoremen millions of dol-
lars yerly.


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John fotr Dulles t6day return- aDppathLV, etude D ar
ed presakdkt Truman%' fire in a field 'o ftorola b1tfta
Iforhlo dispvtp, accusing "'eo. I# et
the t6 of trying to be- hbfaelr o d
little..td besmirch Republiea. as -gi.J
reaMient nominee Dwight D. howr
Dll. hrged that the for- fre
ein ..U 'of the Truman ad- taib
m are a "one way 'at
ttekt lznto e rld War III," while wbn the te *
those adtcated by Eisenhower m I"
are "true psaoe policies.". atfeaf
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spokesman issued his statement tion 'b
in reply to a speech Monday in apeqob
which Mr. Tr man said EIsen-
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