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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.
 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
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00380
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actcomplain of the neigSbola and tAry o vget their rent cut. Al- ,n backi b ase..
ways, comoplallg "Ir entalup won t give out the .N U1
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nativ land of USA, be congenial, and realize just how stupid -own tn have been or. board were I
thy for try$s to expect the residents here to change their Gen. it.o P. Weyland commdad- I ld
wa of tlng And custom. to suit them. It's the same as it peo- log general of the i tactical A i irIi
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0ak Ognr4mtrutiicos, eand Of horns0:44trainengine. A Fo.-ce maoax
Shl d id you expetto find here, a of parad e? Why Whilt'lte p resent series of bomp
don't "7 to 4d08 h.ouru elf h erematSof complaningl? test in the racificis n aot yetcom ,.
-You w i i elp ch nfr..'poeai, there are no plan sU By b Ot w v
If yot nMe. I tB n sccitMun have an easy life here newspaperman or other no ra. .. t "
woan w what i I theOm would bave if they were liv- wmat -ivilita observersW. taTere is an of y c r. e Vt yr1one ol o make .
-A oa awei or bie wl, f adi th Pla' w ere me tut o tho e i wben Roit f hlea ra iseantlh h on n'sroposde d. t.hls 4ro, e .rean. a s h b a wlnd has turned .m
.tiut. i~t'6 taf to tr _Ito rent a houe-or apartment in the states nine' of thuts testaeries to allow hi. u. uta pepose tasmmn. wawsn- !liing ito-h inid A amtan aso mlre -totmd ha. turned ro..!e
i a7ot thve o f fou ere, you t we UScomel citizen but feel rozed.i. Dar, itnm t of Defensea as, i.e dollar used. toI Dhou there'd bei a bit of per.-ime nc _em i -.
H. I' motr of Don pr ethn ce and ctthe way u ie e do. Atomic aergy Commdission per. Morgenthat and Roose re- soue bouh re him at II 4 threw away state-bo
ashaedf am here -A uDalthewy Reader a soe see o. modeled i la tf fiha own images at h ned fve ay today becody "'
.o..f teth come .a tha.t there Pt Ip-do 5 aa 1nu -'-it r.aDreqer, au a U 4a ta .]ey w ad n fce.l 'oe
...- l e r o r andb e e I* b be.a le h ..self had been at a Sthere njy e t awiw le
LETTERB OF TANK...nt o aset In ose eld c ced grim
';-^T- u- -J.' I Me, min .ofi-en. .......fla bit io t edmmalt- m These w4rein6. t0s ( oldmnste Is oVxedin y ym Dne G Ieino e
....Balboa C. Zf Ay Wd ta s will beti.t te csrenta n Ma.rxlsn" 'TV dy, when the-.k rzoundi thelet r. w .
Balboa, C. Z. Anyanw a to exacti sa eung a hId w lbedZSb _aate ee a b have..&
yr w, rI dW Box I d like erp e Srwlem he mh t n er ere. a He da s_ HWlad aadb I i
*hgh y r. s out. readaisexw e1weu lin t e s urine l S euastcommittee to limit W r t* n p arg e.Azw bjey 6hin. L9nsaflred pa Incor xes to a mmxl
7b ", Wbf MY ; e 2 2 P w m e oru at a tm a s l an us a g witth trhbe Fin ::ce iru sIn of m u :na d a adve rrt head mrm .e X v -y .t
States Army (7406 AU) tets e o w. But when it mum 2 oeretj ordinary inm. dr in't hiavute to holler e IWashas tb ec auseW etheaaamy ola dse poff metat
d 1 Force Group a Supply fo theusanstotest Another fxcit of ho r docost 'a. HelrA dime the lart thing a hebvl te. N dvertr aic aW f
ted o landss who, in one way or v bbande- d--hardw ba whatman madeby--ee*or ft dme d .e
"aS Ba-r "aso deaasty lio/,. M,.. T laldf.leda
Ramod oCalTo -, le- .but he gallon, and things were al. speel fed wa that you d1ould or enst KrIghtUtham aely a toer lunc ht N
cisa MC ether li aoder ic concept, tax everAol.befrore oryou taxed e SHp

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gNdeR epubl can." a o eb' tes get i all early clause, bus te abudde every ad machine or another J and come out for 'so pp.-
hlthat noble Decusn the National Citizens uti wasrn a ue ti t its mmenfor fear sme in the hin for his short-time dough, i
eate beausto them abe was a Commit*4e will be working pri. store was set on money. If a man body'll take It away from them. keeps the maximum n. "And there's Pat Hllllgu," a ee- series of hearing be said u
!ph Tyeyy because she wea naril, fMr rate sand local candid. Worked "r,. and saved little It is bitieritrne that incentive IshneutfoL pains. I think Mr. tinued the governor, so the GOP madet e tl.. ae the rius
.- dates. tiere's some thought of try e we k, be could evenitualla s. bees, robbed -loose from he Dresser has a wonderful Idea. It's coneqsman who's close to Nix w- tht the heasa .would be
Thh and fl that will not for t your Ing to localize the sloa to help owis Mi site house in astff average working stiff, because he a shame nothing'il come of it, g. arrived-lat. "I know Pat's bee. .pib. Yo later said they poud
thma remaa lnt gs we live, lor once esch individual up for election. Agrles. edocat is thilr e and es't save. He can't even be a cause we got a hungry Treasury womkind on bhs manifold problems welevasd. I sse ne reno to
o_ r i lost sdue cam eROe Me are: Thom&& .,"Mike for Ike and Ike for leavE 4. tl devils f I-cts speudt.rift on what he makes, and nobody ever seriously lowered and couldn't get here earlier hnethrules tt time.
.eek Louis Mike." to apand oan es nt0men without the tax folks asking him a tat the3 had In force. All this, of course, was spdoe
A w ,.l.. Louie. Mee."curdin and TV Su sM NO TE-What



S, atee r d res conressmen-h time o Clr- ordinal br rfws Moe
Ftea n- B, Iw Wilkins ylI Anpia rtice .A r l e by m Army den. be sent back to tal forI e m beae u
A.raCs on lret h W i I a e o er.n 5-Inkrw asif.... . bia ouM" -,..o v ab.u ton tGovernor' Knight b ad e bs .tt
icrtdmpr te at o' tna w Cred eNt hme in-nmoreTprivart lmentiso iwith
f n.unbrm er a: any men in uniform on ( R moreiprivate meetinguwishlaIeS'*ewoflglhe
rhaabugthis Uafse teet h ord dyntres. conhressioen-thi f timel oly Call-c
Cto am pchT"pnblerou casesofbodiesre.at sne bfe a h yon Somecritics'sa cittions will e forsum Reenbllcans-at wienhe A

hitleons %om proved who the C4"Incomeo tx watal(: xatZrifin C-a, onal hats a new face, a Carol Chaning-v woic and n theCi rsellhe Unit ed t t
eIs. in sei moe cases these lawm showed the j lett ersofe b mand. L etoy Grable gai.T show States. HIe also reversed 4 m ts feet tones tll
W .- -s .c A 5apubhc ove e rofrmed-Bother a Mw Fis re c ems,
SIeta oAmtheMccar hy'targetsesd(altero .s lte.peantsT heC arrage- 3n,_opareians e ," he toldD
s eels"bodies. Arry ,T o'hey woeresI nay mde.. b el .a s .a)willbeA in Army per. T s may snob.it.. It moves at e R tpubdceas, 1s unnecessary. ro amun so ,t e
Per n h, pe(then) Prosidea of the Bar Ass' sonalit w h Wall Street offices. ast pac, thanks o Gee. Abbot, Unlike Watren, who alwy s atradof ac n ie _i
whr4$,eof the Whiskyet nmesa d "Stock c 5ep
S U o L D aIthat' CommunistsIn governmental, t)o Qe NY .ho y 'rC li, wente One ofIts isga e rwas
-P EtIsent h .E power's n whose 50on5 s pr Decud ostelol He gafclv was ontae 'by mastr a' this sort of funtertain., de the fence, I'm going wthe to the Encclopeda
bAd a l "u. the 15 zeamg bqNd &aine 'aga 'la hip a oa.elegathat wheno sh se swsh
election. apparently u rmade ,no&sInce Auri wo f he brfM ata )worth evenly T a button on a mn's pan, ,-youd __
impression -Ma-tthw ye thebIe cf ad o au new Pacific ..., Th). eCathy target will b e think shc was pouring tea for the --
Xitegs e ,Mr oFBI- elagentwho s ie aa(R., r auizatimn plan" .e charged wi t. o hienr .un ot .ongmanda" s Tid
p 4b U. 5. Com-muni.st Party andis mI In pap.a the colyum's during his visit to tirmn in thp -
.--Republican.ticket in rennsYlvanlSt.1i14ig toethepIan. ste. a enormous fe'e. wn port by a Washington ixie: That A
in th course i one typical e te *M o... and .Y lawys .. t s the a'
Cyelie camp s e he men- a '09a1sfr pagepublIc ma e been a Million dollars r'..up -scat. The fact: We were ITumid&aIs we lImB u
Whiteley's dotos commas 3 times. H e (viuldlgI O n- oIs ut lesel ca nt .. a.s rick Carr, ne i assigned to ABC' susection"whichwe oT hetdomer 2 Wleih d
Finest mentioned PreoddetiSnho lehw hui ter nap Broadway ss aides,. gets an mail learned would on ar- Ba tbar
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S "hdut t can-an dances are ele
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? 0 "w go much fatr now and all
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:il DON. May 13 (UP) The muse acrcbatic," -she said. "It
vf Ye f "injustice, In- comes irom hard daily training."
Wvitr ration and in- Ma4ieJeanne said tbt in the
ltroy American p.t dancers kicked the is legs
S .l oopletely as Com- w it high while now they kick
could, former h-ead-hlrh. Splits were made by
Lewis Douglas holding, while now they are made
.. p er (In a powerfu! Jump. The rhythm
^-ilB Ik.Sw ta dinner if the'md ilc Is asho after.
^ii -.WE-speakjung The, Lklac e, arndcests, .white
president petticoats, long leae.aud glimps-
'e, of ba/e thighl spring the kicks
6l names. -but ar' thp samse as.lways.
W 1obt that hLs critiU- ,.' M
ad agalpat Sen. The part of N ee" Valentin"
L McCarthy and the--he man who performs in the
i tUnin before a Senate middle uf the can-can-is danced
now by 25-year-old Jean-Louis Bert
t he noise, the hurly- w .o, after appearing in the "Folios
isj clazhor. there re- Bergires," turned to the can-can
'my countrymen in becat se ol his long legs and ex-
im.Uttlft villages, O the broad trenmely thin figure.
.a I. he. Reat cites, a 'I ance- my part, using more
i-seatd as, i balding sense of a-fJletlc ad acrobatic movements
ae anl fair play," Douglas t.in the first Valentin ever did,"
. h ~baid "but it is normal as I
r" O ouaid I &te no doubt that f.iow : steady physical training
- a sense, refr ced' by the plan. which ws unknown in Valen-
SAmerl cosns otplon'nad rA- tis a time
Iet .4for the oi un alaw, will On. novelty of thc Moulin Rouge
Iev ai.galflat'a' t ld".. . p. 'dances ;s a 25-year-old American
:P. defe d i thidvid- dancer from Texas, Doria Avila,
Sfr ht to lco a plan- whj_:rforms subtle modern danc-
Si ety^14 e't ".by. law- g e .
l \' "After dneing on Broadway, I
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i -.he Acessarily dia- sid. "and on my first night I went
IA tio wktctt he Moulin Rouge show
:.is ., b ,lftl beIssues aofrj t hev hired me for six months."
nind -1a ve become --
aup _l h f l w- J J b Priestley, English chem-
San ti cent Ik, coveredd tkat' lb gum from
y of f eranqe, crt trees wooi rub out pen.
vatyop ane 8a n rks. giving rubber its name,
to I ,, ----.,
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rr Pre MMohammed Japa(n now; to the Orted Wil'-i Riley may be-jinxed but wrecked near Mounds, Ill., in 1923,
SSSeh's treason conviction S,.tes r. ala only, 14- per' ah alao leads a charmed life. Sur- Mr. Riley was aboard. That put
'd three year prison t-orm in f oat '.f _leaves those coun.- vi .or of m my mishaps, she landed her In hospital for three days.
jtary. confinement were up- tricks .oug_ befte World War II in the .osptal oily once as re- Sue ws riding in an auto ner
M today by an Iranian Mill-! ut Afr.ea particularly the porth- su.t f them. here when it went off bridge and
.. Appeals Court. ern part is emerging as one of Oddly enough, shoe ven hd a o,'erturned. She wasn't bun.
Ji.phn's most important customers. narrow escape from the Army On a trip to an island off the
The court vot.-d 6 to I, to re- Although growing some black dra't. I Mississiprri gulf coast a waterspout
ject Mossadegh's appeal of his tt::. Japan drinks and produces Mrs. Riley started early as a dippedt' down and sent waves crash-
original conviction on 13 countsi mostly teen tea. North Africans irl on a farm near here Sheling a J .ver her boat. Mrs. Riley
of attempting to overthrow the aklo llie the light amber green shed -er brother to let her plow just got wet.
Shah and illegally dissolving variety that Imost takes the place a field. The horse ran away, her Mrs. Riley has survived five
parliament. of water in this country. lh.nds were tangled in the reins, major operations. In 1938, doctors
Japan'.:e tea gardens, nearly aSd she took some rough bumps told her she probably wouldn't live
-It also voted 5 to 2 not only to r'dijd beruse of abandonment hei lz-being rescued. Not long aft- tnrourh surgery, but sbe was up:
reject the appeal but to increase durinhtne Pacific war. now are er that, dhe slipped while swinging and about .a month later.
two to thrr. years the falIl nr.-ng 124 000.000 pounds of green mter a creek and wal knu'ked un- She's been bitten by dogs and!
*hbince imposed on Brig. Gen.' tea, 90 per cent of the pre-war l"nsciot.s but suffered no serious had numerous mishaps aroual the
liut RIphl, former Army chietneak. Abont 16 per cent-21,600,- Ilury.. She was caught in terrflk house.
ft'who was tried with Mos-,Jw pounrIs-now is sold overseas win dte Jtwice as a ciBd, es-.
SdegBh. Put green tea exports are 60 per In 19.. th 0otel where Mrs. -,. 194-. Mrs Riley was rder
cent beiow the record output of Riley was staying .in. Chicago indAtc'e tIto the Army. Investiga-
.Mossadegs went on trial last q a though 193 exports in- burned, bar she escaped'from her tion showed a man had stolen a
Nov. 8 after a political crisis creased 'U per cent over the pre. fift- flow Room. check from her mailbox rAisterd
which cost him his job, brought vious ye ar The next jime she was caught In nf! the dralt in her male-soundinl
about bloodshed and violence, Although most Japanese snub a Chicage hotel fire she decided rpme and th2n used thed raft reIs-
alMd caused the Shah to return iblek vta' the9 have found it a she was leading a charmed life. traction card to cash the check.
quickly from a short-lived exile valuaole overseas Item. Japn sold That- was-19 years after the filt "'Fai'b in the Lord" has brought
o Rome. 1,110.361 pounds of blek tea to fir'. She went bek to her room her through all her mishbps, Mrd.
Throuhout the trial. Moa :foreign Ouiers last year but none through the smoke to get her false Riley said In recent years things
degh challenged the competence tic yeai bclore. tee.4 have calmed down.
Sthe military court, shed manyv, -. -- _.. ....
az., gave .emotional testimony ..- ""' -.-
ad at one point offered to wres- -
tS the prosecutor.
At its end he cried out tear.-
fully, "I have not done anything
wrong."

Akron Man Paints
flowers On House,


S. AIRON, 0. (VP)-One thing
you murt admit bout Charles
M le -'c house is that it's differ-
He became somewhat tired of is
plain wlh'te house, particularly aft-
er .eeinj "so in ny homes painted
in past,' colors."
So. in an effort to get "some-
thing different," he painted clus-
ter:. of gay red and yellow tulips
all over his two-st-ry home.
Jhou he had some reserve.
tL-.ns bout it at first, he says that
he,. an: his wife and t ree children,
"k:nd of like it now."

Ship Man Retiring
With Model Trains
V .LDOtAUB j( UP( TAndew
I J. ap liaison offir
wih j Orient Steamship Co. has
S epp r JL miles_ of oceap
f'e t Pfy Isf trains.
'le ta model railway in h.
cabi until things got a bit cramp-
id there. Now he has walls hung
wh pktum of tr ins.
~mpt m has bad 30 round trips
between Britain sad Australia and
oom retires, to travel by tr in
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bby at laig In a cady store.
Ladet the writer ha b getting
bit more flnancia recognition.

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wile I kor.vw was really business-
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dramatic shows now brings any-
where from 600 to 100OO. with
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mo-,t-41100. For the hour shows.
the playwright, dpeadlng on the
show and the puthr s reputation
will ppcker fro IPMp-to 400. Fred
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start a new author at U1400. and
each succeeding play brings more.
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a little gravy.
Dennis Jamera#and Earl Wright-
ion. at the seventh anniversary
party of she Kraft TV Theater,
we:e e2mmenting on the hundreds
of actors and actresses there
whose fabes they knew but whose
names they couldn't remember.
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sh6w Leap't iremembr the names
of die. other 'actors."
Te vry fancy party, thrown.
by Krat, naturally featured
chep.jia the menu. There ss a
p .ebeese on eagdrable.
che!s ketce qu the ch itn. and
c4teos it the spu. When, It ame
time f'r e cream, some won.
dered if t wotlddbe "Lrmburger
Ripplr." Finally, they Introduced
Kraft' i president, and Peter Cook-
son, of"Can-Can.", whispered to
his wile, Beatrice Straight, "That's
the big cheese."
Bernar4 asruch's former1 home
on Filth Avenue is now me atse
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daughter met:SBaruh for ,(e first
time he'd tMe O W e'M.ep
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wap, He explaied gr ciously. A
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Cardinal's rookie center fielder Wally Moon -
Ash ing in all his glory today. and YOK a b u- ., .P) n-
Wally Moon. the 24-ja double and three singles and fielder Jim Brdtoewes iiha
.'lefty swinger with 4 each batted in four runs. over soing from War
degree in educt io But, n Brooklyn and New York Champion ew York Yankoes to
As AM Collede o there was no evidence that Peter the second d'vrskin altire
orn Slaughter out of a Rabbit Instead of Warren C. Orioles.
job with the Cardinals Giles wasr autopaplna the of- Bridewewar says "I got tired
"ty yesterday that Ai icial N L. bal1. L Bew urdette of asttlng on the beach with the
,dream of but seldom a- missed a no-hitter for Milwau- Yankees. l get a'chance to play
w Tkee by just one pitch a fat now and it' what I've been wait-
with a 380-foot one to Oil Hodges.,-who sluged in for."
t1e first Inning, then it for a home run the Dodger'sT e Yankees su ended Bride-
?01r more singles to bopst only hit in a 6-i. defeat. woser when he refused to re for
reie to a lusty. .364 In aI The Giants made only three to Kansas City. He was traded . q '.~
$3. rout of the Pirates.hits against Cincinnati but one Baltimore Tuesday night to
otakle reported to the was a two-run ninth inning thrie pla ors who were aent to
in Florida this homer by pinchwswi o Kansas City.
and wasn't even the Hotman for bo runs in a 2 tmore dropped to the
a(str until the season defeat of FyamPerkowski. player limit by sel2 outfielder S
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S, ak destined a grip on rt lacel bybeating So giving pitchIr Vern BDick-t-t.s
o semr s the Cubs, 5-4. to an unconditional. releaheb
led that when in his There were many silent bets and optioning out two others.
at bat in an exhbi- in the American League too. Catcher Darrell Johnson and j .
witthe Y- anks at S. Don Johnson pitched a two-hit pt.her Mike Bly ka were op-. rid' ..... .
ts. he blasted a homer. i-o victory for Chicago over tioned to Richmond of the In-.
sted it again when Boston as loser Tom Brewer e international Lea Te.. .e,
in his first offial up only three hits, 'red ay Pittsburgh cut its roster to the T .. a
dax Y esterdy 's edged Washington 4-2 while the players and a na fourth VTSfFABS L 2o3
per aHis fourth. et Yankee M took e odd game from out g iht toI Waa o I I i "
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twoh.udy vaity t
l th elb .ow *"AI n.mwould everA holeU
,am W In. The .- tlto
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r. Oeas thts -givv tae run noL
he to mke fir4 bs whe iv o- t
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,o-r ya the 'Tiwet L fate w 0i the flew ri
kei hf If nt o t hmnd1 eatmletin b a I woe
baat Is nWme and u eia.t. L1as the
of BUly a~.r nke- abov Lhn ad ao b t _tha*. -9o e
b no Army? tic Sho r atoa u a.JW


fn I la ad of sere men from the
er.. lU other efto-mhtlelaa. pelam- .,
hat Isa po. wa-y to Iste. barb9M> w a o f
ifStar eohnt atgaky and Tebbetta. When omine yards wi
latyerw Rot order to ship out, shott of
? were Op tha e*
he tm e aw-Isato pip An tey wT he.. o1
with tep of one ad a t Camp ShltU to ee it fro
the t.f ow tHi" they could use a good man b of td
e riegAS ej fiht fore w too tate.
isa ".rf may Stan MlX a aPtato 8 asg
for Atf f hitter. Btalbrid iup a Juln
elnhl td heitste the amn dtye 4-iadNavy DuOS ftbh
umat iarft to 3 The tranngcentr at SamepoftTe ball
Wk tN ij W to N.Y.. alWso eeded a left-hand slope ab
he up hitters and you could hear the cup aM
oking sqeBqawking ,fom LAke Geneva feet. Iit
re grip clear downto Port Depoit. Baln.e putt, the
eS .- r bridge offletabs were accused of edge of t
f er 0 lyagea calling up the draft, board. InchM bi

Stars gmplp u..i *. *e. Reedy seq i


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other Jimmy
described sZoldk as the
pltob r i ever nw who fell Uq
eep beUte r pitches.d
DeWit dea1l the Tnemi a
lemon in Fred Sanford and 0
,o=rnan tiuher, .oy Part". di
foro Mo. W 4ad.Dlck Starrt. ed 9
now a star with the W ait III
He nicked t poor, old At, tIch R4
for a a iure and four 0
and PaaLI.tagr.
hired bmak f orBob Di ger,.

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eigartte of dstinetion.

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,, AX e ". kepeeop*&tne. .wh_. .
today left the SeateS
division at 47 Demo WflI=f2Nfw -run
47 Republics and one
ent number, S e 3.

-..majority Is ase Ilet byim n

y whose term was- ot

!P-"-May Erase C.tr


e "7,ctedly yes- $ibbling sway at the face of price per cubic yard of material the p,.rack has Vw
Office, ap- Ceontrctorp 4 by mesa of removed. Th contract w Vl ntpa than six tfl
e, "c ynamnite blastY" probably be salgned in Washing- fat4"s seven tnd
-.can 9wnaie e possibility'of ion. here fixdd
ir hlith, aea retfgall that would cloe theI Removal of the rock facern. lished. Thb
m a Is *a ea PaPma Canal to shipping In der the strictly controlled safe lerIt
tics .Be wsr Iesat- the; opinion Aot staff engineers' ty conditions that muat apply avagg
i es e j..t*=__d consultants. will' take many months. e" e
Is Ndluit office M.G JohnT- Seybold reveal- bold explained that the reth
amoha l oef ~ .41o conclus i S on to newsmen involved will depend somebtWA t
U .U yyevtrd o0 u Il return from on whether, the contractor t
coehrencea in Washington on crews work su.ie shifts, double flauru go
Ta.son a2nouionced hib the potentially dangerous move- shifts, or arouad-the-clock, andt inore-ti
tto a n Senate the int In the hard rockmass. five, six or seven-day weeks.
tuso a jumned almost armin f a lInldmark, hereto- He added that the problem matter aU
ateV, on-tA motion of fore condaere- one of the most was not like that of a neW Job o cot
leader William ., stable plts along the bank of on which earthmovers might Jaat the ft
r tiad laway. j Just "shoot It down." Instead th 4Is doing.
Highly skilled technicians wil and other to
.. aid v's body was stressing t the conditlo move carefully so as to. dump ut3#to see how
f of his office causing g es s and execu-, as little spoll as podble into ngig,
:al1 hadnotas i aLIt he governor the Canal'channel
i u cd ~ recently. adptnd that oe crack wnich"
rae e0 has been widng slowly since What does fall will be reh. inal
h a, mendous num- at leas gM is demanding such ed by dipper dredge. Most of
home concern that the-Pan* the rock will be removed by *
SAald spe ymilllons to rectift Replying to questiloi as t W m
.. .who would ut up t on
*' -o of, the Senate's ftovTal of some ti. v 6 tio of dollars the work wUl costArloI ,
oinembers of the and.-'. quarter mllifnh cubic Seybold said they will be
t A tall man yards of material will bq node& charged In the same way that
p shmboulder,, he mwary. the original. Canal fonqtruatlon PARES. May
boS ther, bu Thton wiofk will be performed was char as part the Latakl.fght to
tWo a morning coat one of five large Aeerwean capital inr amen9 a h i4s-Aerhl
a the button- oTh-P. movqg concerns whi dh To. a auUa as to Wether dsln th
h've n Invited to look" Or thip would i aa ry
charm the atuon and suba it of- tdo e GVwerr. .teiv
tk fnnir chairman of .usotntg' ,- May 24., tho 000,l o. intheVlrM1Cla
hMdm..opoe--to have ._ .btf1 Ijn Ufts t '
WW 4^ Abef"ilh twn 4rmnt, O r '" *ev-6f..01,' t
'ito j as chair, Falaenm on y ma ma, relneed'
p eonducte the ter dt4 en on pe oo its e of s cap the
S"flve-eremt. o 1 lt of Io ultaAts due treasury InI ar as schedules. ISctce
He4 new s teir. d -.wCwas
IRda- o sb obble., bwcer, tht ICnAow e It .atiMtt, e
ftooe Corp. can- the regmoval oact will m Seybol ( ti a
S' let on witatI.l tis at "uitt E Hen td that
paee" basis, nauessy at a flt when ft bWMu firtS diso ver.d,
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aknd- without AMIl
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S at Vega Al-
6W i Land Au-
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wP" value.

qn Pilot's

MaI Found
lfe .Border
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td American

ile fond recently' In
BleL- Fpitre, Tarapa-
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HtDROPONICS harvet ef to-
matoe that have never tested.
bJw is exandmined by worker.
HiUs farm Is five acres today.
But he has another 115 acres to
'uof he needs them. And he is
bu.y producing 75-day miracles
- tomato plants that yield hea-


Damaged Fisher
'Queen Mary'

Due, Tomorrow
7% Qieen Mar, a W0 ton
fsing bat which Wa .round-
e of alapagO M .L Is exz-
pected to arrive a boaC to-
for an m o the
t fdamsa s*e.
-anam AcAge t for
145 ft. tun said
htm tO ea diver
bte of to e *hip.
Shae the damages r

jas teifts km n
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vy and luscious fruit that have
nevet tasted soil. Hie per acre
yield: 80 tons, aloTt five times
m6re than an are of soil prod-
uces.
i lone, to t r and con-
ner.howefer, ~ field unit
b ton owsealup







house and II ah belds with
rl who once
a ti rUd U. Army's
VIMt so s I t Japan, this
arg Onexp to set up
hundreds of n .tjltute farms.
iacf. has-acr plot called
iaFarm they plan to
1 4% et concrete
house and 2 c5 ient beds with
flpaes rlMton, cisterns
aMd, 'g nd all naces-
t ea pre-package
the various trients, insecti-
cides and fu cides for the
farmer. In addt ,n. trained nu-
triculture ta an would be
sent to .ervice farms.
The cost th farmer; be-
tween $8500 and $10,000.
SToay there aq O110,000 Puer-
to =Rtcan p1"rPo More than
half of thw hve only three
acres of lad which is beset by
erosein, .oor pi and long dry
splls.
Should hydroponics work com-
mercially produce would depend
on chemoia IJeefn with rain-
fall playlpg no' part. Possible
crops include cucumbers, lettuce,
peppers egsrplant, Chinese cab-
age, strif be an, green onions,
okra and doom of others.
But woulMd e a Uiel hood
to the ,f Hydroponics,
Inc., has tl that a haltN
acre of tomW would yield
average ofW a1 000 pounds.
Average i on thi
two-c ilbout $ea.0 .
2 is a able
tax =a I Puerto Rican
Jaws,. new ian ustrls
are a of tax-free
productlo B called
on by loI .Ira fals into
UIna j4e D i d-No 4 prole-tiVon
could also lead Sew allied ln-
duetiders ins t al
Food
c a r o f a r b o a s **e s
But a t futoN,
hydrm he th e po-
e.r to cb tui h ge -
and lip p Pet a


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