The Panama American

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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:
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00461

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k in a note to soviet WASHINGTON, July 31 (UP) Sen.
usnasoner 0. '. Push- Flanders soldW todoy he may revise his reolvtion\
Americans to di sure goinst Son. Joeph Rg.McCarthy to answer oiI
over the food to Zsrt that the propel is too V .
such as bread and As the Snmoft resume dekte on the
are s0 mar a ro- primand, Floanders told a- reporter he might, -
U4 eild regime is
If the. dvits and resolution in the fce .f a, Increasiqly stm "
dt aBen orof sidetrack it. Some Senlorgihave Tslled for incklauisn
d*sorteroftood to flod bill of particulars og I st McCarthy.


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manufacture of such .vpolj,
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mation would be adltted *Ath
their famines to nagmnt
i residence in the Uods..
IOoernment employs, howver,
would not be entitled t 9 rewards.
3Brownell smid tWe bml.'$ en-
acted, would I A "msflMy
strengthen the internal
of the United States by al=
the people... to the need-.4or
vigilance."
The PBI disclosed last 'Mfch
It had alerted, police offlm i, a-
oross the country to be on the
lookout for llegal atomic actovi-
ty. It made public a general .e-
scripton of two types of "bomibs
o* parts of bombs which mIght
be smuggled into the United
States by enemy agents."
The Navy later sent out a
special directive to its shpsm and
I al*k mmtina to *u id *inas list


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Oe at bu d
"guarodin of ie oals of bustn-
"wbutit hbM to-dmw the line
tHe ed the cwe of the
" an example of hew lat
payet wi go tn claiming u4-
dulom He men t1 o n e a no
flames.
Andrews was ma tg hIu sec-
ond appear e befe i sub-
comt ..~to.V diss. Instances
in.whiCh the. ernment ba
had to clamp d0wn on taxpayers
for ture topPYall o6 tho 1a-
Is they owe.
He previously had tol of the
father who tMUd do pduict the
$8.000 tab for. u Im go'" s-
clety debut and another who
claimed his mother's funeral ex-
penses. ,

Disastrous Floods
S~eep Tehran;
250 Believed Dead


atomic smugglers. TIiisavy sald R Iran, Juy 31 f(UP
bomb parts can be "' tar -- P ga reg hln area, o
"by a relatively munslM. iles northwest of Thr, aid
Riht a shart perod- di'
wiht a short period of training it is believed 350 or more per-
In a matter of hr." son died in dlstrus flood in
that region.
Detection s difficult be e eldeen village wa reported
variations n material, destroyed and other northern
sizes and smuging e d town iluding KaraM, Chaloos
make It Impossible to tell peo- and Lazrtan were SaW o have
pie exactly what to look for. Iqtfered heavy flo 2! mage.


Hornessing Tropical Wafer


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aI evenU JBAa FJIL N.Y., July 31
.ec (O .-itato PSrt oftlclali l- -a- --
res a. $that a group of N TON Ju 31
the eductios and a~ and structural M t's 31
V Uan n Arould diagnose 6b. T-heatolon's atoml#
a c t i o nt h e g o f m l g h t y M ia g x p
list ]Bi e uader cnhOPId
term old intIrnal l t where IO
agents o o "sea in- crumbled fro
vestigatlo" drews sid. poit Wedn rrt t
6_H_ .u", report to 31
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showed a taxpayer wet to Ar whether the U, ,- the co alsoMd U an
fries, onM a big m h ant d t ulng, a principald US.tcplls U .lo onablef
sought to cha lgU th t- t attraction, u f f r e d terialbO benhrouh domes- Te
s it a sngexpns. s nturaldamage In the rockfat a npoble though dome.r The
han d. ul damage in te ok pdutlan and overseas pur- Wse"
faloe..Who gwd they did not ex- cbaia. e
c-iof l id It reported plans to complete dioactl
4IWNW. more majors falls, but .
series on hi ecot- sAled there Is a possibility an- a new atomic furnace by June elsewhere i
tacted. -custoinr4" a s mall section of the river 19' which would nert .
the n ft upermarket. ay wash out. ria three or four times as 2. The o I
supe .t Ma+ .y w, ot as uranium, the b sic of Its
-' atomic material Into fisionabk e a shot fr
.martl,. altholb no
Dri Lbckilyv scapes Iniury "at ,U i cated torcoB- plenty. 0
y 31 () i h orn bring to wrn si: In v t of both aeny wouldd
gl~iy, r -a Iatom and hydrogen bombs and tIvo of tnbepm
fwrlg if busy hl g a lardan' other atonac west esce onat the nt develop,

d ) witod his o horn blaring toh whrn It a Presd: in dle n of tba impowrta, ramo o
droQ Otn cars. P progress made in fission and the in w ii

wVe aud.ddon y lost the ilfm- smh _hen ne 'drove down a national HoUey ecisdon was a fS^I:
ty to teo left from right- and .ang _U. .tering Cherokee, and made to teke every, advantage of One zza a+ o
dccidft Xow It. b ed 1 e left side of an em- uleh uro3rf to asr tha the planea '.-. .,.
'-; -v e inn ear. ne a 100 foot drop- Unt Ae, s maintains Its su- 4. The AC s
tre M" 7, -:. ., periority." a five-yef. ,.
. far*. H. at -. told his doctor that when It -id President Elsenhower, gram rto
r,"5d y wover.to the left,.thinking mission "to produce atomic compete with eondi.d
Smoving to the right. weapons during 194 consistent power.
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-t bel.e" iat, col Playhouse in the Park,
aEve dives em perles's only municl ow-
tHe dX the fur er theater Inte-round,
1be Its third and most susy
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rlarmount Park. The iol
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four.L the busy downtown dbi
his to minutes away.
li^dethe living theater for tb
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top Broadway and BMy-
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provided by Fairmount P a r k
aupds, hut bee also enjoy corn-
fottaei-mts k@& as intimate
viw fM ereular stage-some
S feeat a drcsmference. The
theater S12078 sts.
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comaer t summer crcut, the
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near Rainbow Springs, Fla., to show there's no need to change
clothes if someone wants to go swimming. Her decollete lown
of nylon aniosUk screen dries out ID a wink.


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will be fewer fily crises
salasg buttons r-- glQ-
p a freshly ironed is
in the closet. One way to
the mending load from pil.
p lato have sewing baset.
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s4 day.
ier aid to this end is found
aew sewing machine, housed
toabl-top kitchen cabine t,
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ur t or laundry. Top of the
It Is of Inoeuim or iamnluat.
stie so that It makes a serve.
Swor* space whim the ma-
4i not in use.
e,.ineu swirgs up from
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ates some unusual auto-
Saftues. No hand-w heel,
aople, which mean both
I ean be kept on the work
md. And ther.'s permanent
Sthng so that there
Risk of splpina stitches.
DW con of s ttches is call-
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gating collar-size buttonss from
;other small buttons in your collec-
tion.
If you do a great deal of home
sewing, you'll find it's easier to
%p~ up thrspdl&,vip9 and pins
111 th e smofth kuseied floor of
a kit.in or utility room than it
is from a carpet. Often the kitchen
is the' beat-lighted room, which
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looks in a bathing suit, what a.
bout a summer exercising pro.
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perfect shape for the new school
term?
Find out what your figure prob-
lens are' and do the exercises
that will help to correct them. By
memberr, your figure. should,
*w vast Imiprovement.
To take Incheie off your waist.
line (so yon'll have that doll-
sild walat for your new fall
m a lin pie xercise.
jMW r; with your
Is.,flat in front of yo,
feet and knees together. Try to
touhn your to w fh your nose.
Of course, yo can't expect to do
this. te rt time you try IL But
eaB Idday u try It. you'll get
a "i s Mposition, with
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MIDSB F M ICAN A l T. neglected belkopteo thst achieved
icNEVIN, san of Mrs Ea- recognition of its versatility during
eth MeNevin-a o,. e l o t KoreAt..
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arat the OI Naval a ward. It file backward, sidb-
bhliUM Base, Little Cm eh, ways, straight up, straight down
orfotlk, Va. Naval -rerUe stops in -id-air and boyers di
jA01 UNIM fttrom 52 zero speed.
Ace "N"ing1part. the taui.
SStudents of clasical Greek will
Snake er Flood te ou that the name heilcopteri
nake River Flood comes t .om t w me
l l Ar 'si ral" and "wing,'' The idea of
Solution Offered i a., t'...' w. f,
by the method called "direct lift"
.BLACIEOOT, Ida. (UP) infrestd mwpioneer before
~yrd TreIo ,lcal publisher, i ays t bhroe WrUgt made their fa.
0 has as Idea for a solution to MGMa n flight.
re problem of Snake River An early Greet myth relates
that learus, who wa wings
melted when he tried to fly toward
.And, aays Trego. the plan won't the sun, used this, method. Leo-
kivolve building any dams on w nao da Vindc, the Italian genius
anke -along t Idaho .- Oregon who is said tohave drawn the
border where some people want first plans 'for fli macines.be-
the federal government to build faren 1 originated the ida of
n.e igh dam and others want'te ift which s similar to that used
Idaho Power Co. to build three forJoday's helicopter.
lpw dams.
He suggests that the river .be .
Arned onto the lava beds- near Instead of wings ik air-
Iho Fals in southern Idaho. He L'ne, which gets ,It.ft by o-
it Wll take two nr Ifor the Ing In a forward direction, t el-
ter to go through the lava layer eepter has blades the air flow
eqme out in at at springs I fate over the tops of the blades
snake Plver canyon. He adds than it does under tem, and the
at he plan would create an even copter gets its flew of air by
w the y e r-around. prevent wigngthem reoa and round in.'
and eliminate the neces- stead- movg theim a or-
ty or dams War. Once I' ir, te lot
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Lakeland, Fla., Sue and, Gradually add remaining c edp
iPswnitter on give us two unus. uiar and beat until very staff.
.-se raes using fresh lime Flor- Fold egg yolk mixture into egg
da produces half a million boxes whites. Carefully pile into pre-
eifflEt every year seedless pared shell. (Mixture should be
shiny.,ireen blessings for summer- thick enough to hold its shape.)
time enjoyment. Chill until firm. If desired, gar-
nish with whipped cream,
ReaveMly Lime Pie
(Yield: I lnch plie Lamb Kebabs In Lime Marinade
Twelve lady fingers, I envelope ield: I servings)
unflavbred gelatin, 1 cup sugar, Two pounds boned lamb should.
Divided, 5 eggs, separated, tea. der, k cup salad oil, W cup flor-.
spDod. atted lime rind. ida lime juice, I1 teaspoon dry mus-
SFog lady finger pie shell, split lard, teaspoon thyme, I bay
lady f. ers. Cut % inch off end leaf, ,p teaspoon basil, teaspoon
of lpdy fingers; darad, cut side rosemary, teaspoon salt, J tea-
down' aund edge of 0-inch ple spoon pepper, 1 medium onion.
plata. chopped, 2 medium onions, sliced,
1 green pepper, sliced, 1 4-once
Put remaining whole lady fin- can mushrooms, drained.
gers and pieces evenly in bottom l
of pie p la. Mix together gelatin Have lamb shoulder cut In 1-
aSdk cup of the sugar in top of inch cubes. Blend salad oil, lie
dultk,. ojler. Beat egg yolks Juice, seasonings and chopped on-
salg ; 8 s-ir In wdter and lime Ion In bowl. Add lamb cube,; let
Juice. d4d to gelatin mixture. stand 5 hours, or overnight. Drain.
Plac over Tollifig water and Cut onions in %-inch slices and
c ombirrlng constantly, until ge). green pepper in it-inch rings.
att nU, dissolved and mixture Is Alternate cubes of lamiPon skew-
a1"J4 thickened. Add lime rind. ers with onion slices, mushrooms
-Ctll utR mixture fi slightly thick. and pepper rings. Preheat broiler
0 -.taan the consistency of unbeat- 10 minutes place kebabs on rack
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NEA Woman's Editor different color. Construction is important In a some very young styles are avail-
....Swilnsuit, no matter what the able in the Juior range.
NEW YORK (NEA)-This 'I .Whatever the reason, this I pri e. Built-in inner bras, with Both. the talB end the short
the time of year when the need the right time to hunt a second elastic support and tde boning woman shot'-d watch for shirred,
for "a second (or even a third) suit If you've owned a bloomer that provides strapless assurance, adjustable side panels in that
swimsuit makes itself apparmat. suit, you might now want to try are important. they're flattering to either type.
The idea may be to flid one as the classic gneathi kI ed we. And the very thin or the
dierent as can be from W The one-piece suit wIh sume So s saying Man suits come heavy-set w man will find suits
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leved that .ere is any grat sys- er before.. "I ddn
tery hruig the moerway to get' _uet wet. Whe SnWde up, .,.
Sub, life to a ndemory. r my i nM, also mad
frmula is you want to my mindto wh,"
get into politics ju ai wth a t dedtrminstloa at "er
tne party ae your go lasin g brown eyes.
to work. She stareduting her Acting er own mnamier ubd
theory into nation as a 1yer- -using hebr paent' ba om as hed- ;
9ld university studeIf lnhr n- artMn, she frised' one '
tire State of California in weste.i e most .lsaatie .nu el
United Statep. Not yet oW eauh In the cit itry, Wit help
to 0 vote, ihe oied the .du of her family and a hos of en
Defntocrate C ad throuhher thualastiMO e odet id (0a0i
inellignt and ve W rk. no older, thun sh w-a-the yyu
son etebualished herself firmly In padldato sbdt6td Id"- up
p"ts Councho., Bard work for money. Bar drivv
brree 'ye later,. In a19, to for election was bas sed. chief on
first voe a e ver ca was for the personal approach, s up ple
herself-as a hdlde for the meted by expisnatfy -itrature.
City Coouncil -odi =guu. Run- Only on.of the eity's five i-ewb.
ning agalat e t. inn, sbe won papers supported ,he yeaag New,
the election and f e age of bmer to public life.
bec.mne th, youngest legislator in R salad Whener's mala
the nation. theme was the alws t e.
"I always felt the doo to polio, n sus e eT. ea4 ,io..
ties would open if-I Just wanted e ae cho e b ym Itel
to make the effort saidM this viva- cake of seap.
cloui young woman. "And I @ea s SW a small a' : volun..
hardly remember the time when teers were -rinade s lt.
I didn't wawtto tr." over.the Fifthi*rW yo
As counelwoman of the Fifth interested in Clen 6taw.
District, Miss Wiener represents ment for, AnLos sl
160 000 people. She is e man o t perso o ,
of Gte Parks and Recreaten Com- door." ou ar y for
mittee and a member of -two oth- yo d .
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one evening each week
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rest and read in bed is
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gIO that will provide the ut- water, you may use it for the
Ipcomfort on even the hottest rest of the summer without r e-
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'and serves cc theVaW wo ur ds v
mittee ato the Metropoi W rd tl viugr Aysz
fare Council, 4the Boaie I yreo -noWr '
tors of the Jewish Center A540ois.eo n'a ho 1 et wld
tion, dad the Democratie State the sext daorbei Ms m
Committee. Miss Wi nr. w .s herself auad e i s
named one of the 10 "YoW. Wems 4,M, voters.
en of cs by Madedca lle, a 'le cam pai ers took no tia'5
leading U. 5. woempn magazaie. for granted. The ad retur
To. prepare herself for er chs oas on o ouseo re o
*en dreer, young "Re0," 5de net at home on the flrsst,-add
is kaown to her friends, -tudled every prospective m p"ste re-
publi administration i a~t0isge. eelved a tophod' reader, to
-It has paid off to the fullot eI- vote.
tent," she s This wblrlwled deor .. s. doer
"I campai nod for CoMnicl an- campaign paid oft. Rbsdlad W16,'
der the lo ga-'Eleet someone nor ran first to the primary. The
traued for the job.' At first .1 final test came six waeeks- later
found that youth was my greatest when ashe faced the, runer-up- i
handicap. the election.
MB when es .uno- R usalind ult her job as reerea-
trate a w a k e4d of tlon drec to devote .lt -ie '
what Iwas au was able to eampaii&. A fresh way a
to Pin the rPI pS e Siri emphas izing the leaUbp thm
and my elauages." was dised.
Ot siintdesi pe hisen e es s eeuWa&f ing versitd of Southern Calif o r n I aw, min awsa h
ea nd of ae. s Ieos eMs lg en w A ad p re fr *Rosalind took a job as recreation.- eye glaso ilhsaers-i a
M iWo-s Mtile sei oull fd white w"lf ay be. f Wlcewsl a teer h al director in the Los Angele city wa "e sms fm- le,'
ehamtk e at Amne AS Jnatuw et4 Denerto e ei Am9 n Whee aDenegachla, became active in ,O
-f1guldcwopace work and apen her h Wien-jWer home buzzed with
, D f_ refreshing, and could be the may take a cue (asw4 am doing) pIn a e I a serving orkn activi.m. theo2 r wam. ope ,act
NEA taff Writer lift e fora- d m. a edroom-study in which c ttee charged withEmuons ara .vtee v. nor
4. Resolved:7bsco wthela F -designers grouped antique pickingsc andidate for City Coun- ed, addressed Campaign Ui ra.
Be it ever so elegant, the re's ly possessions and second-hand classic engravi framed n an I e dresteand atI.
no place like'me. And when the stores for iBteresting antique (or egg-and-art pb de r, After cang wing and rejeti a t e, ce1. toml qtW en tlee,-,
country's top Interior designers. unusual) accessories. Ideas I Wmount redt, inheavybakin Jecting verld-names, the Com-e. irt h t me ipmaihle you--
get together to strut their stuff, ed include the use of an old brass y snoeIg tt U rned to the t iat led her oenoy
as they did at the annual Amer. tray Snt on a modern fo1dlnstand ='"1. -e e t, turned to the -maeuttive a to ldr in-
Heat rak is. comms in am-n Institute of Decorators' con- to mageO a sionalr b N used-don chol e-Rosal nd* anr. the' start wdt whete
Rest M14 is *omo in U sizes UY W don't Now a potential l camPaiger w He&uturs rocked wiia.
mar, thoughBaby ma develop venton in Chiea, Ill., elegance that of an old wooden truckatea i.t- i str. whole he d owntt n a" obtained. a -te sat u rw stas$e
it in winttoo. moI t a is the watchword. ledup and waed to make s wlluw '* r M t nwh t h a odme d e
iq to. ly. Nn i a tooniia d ir-. handsome Vt with a brass YOU with wallpaper, be. i n fnat. u aettion and fthe eb solV
table, but it can be red with Highlight of the convention waslamp and a modern sofa. t's the gner effect the the nation u ered b
a light powder=ig of bab I, wder a.millonoWdpa fse
bt dont oerdowitht Ier rooms decorated by egonaL Sh tt a showing up eye gstenr. the n r. a
don't use so much that collects chapters, and side exhibits ofnew new uses. A ro. divider, for ex. -- x-. o al mide A radi
in the fold of fleb. Iby in productsalso elegant. mple, in yliv ng room u It e
yl .oua.-d-.-m. f es.oo m- witha-'' eigaeJ ad eartoamWid 'at. ..dl
e"'etl. b.--a as a Goggle-eyed at.the splendor, I uaits cabinets, g an o pe ta
e as you can; the help kicked my way through 9 Never. shelves f bow o It rates e" ,It
prevent as you ;ever land of prices antiques,two units with shuttered c ngi, JwImb, ao
Sr' luxurious m ured f u ,rn to ree So teevisows, -a I f Up ith JoM s ....
ture, fabulous -woven fabrics and plmnagrpph.. to
lt's wor ah the e frt you'll and white pigskin floors. Highly -al
ut into It to make Baby's first indivodual and dramatic r o o m A good example of multipurpose isntWayToHO
b.' a saint iwse. Don't allow settings make it difficult to stamp furniture arrangement thin s tse."
him to r fritined b y the w. "trend" on anything, but with the very-larger toom WA Us e gilM ]tnew her erow c ,ahed.
ter; lower him into it slowly. In help of Eugene Stephenson, pres. mat Of edwok so .iM0t it d o e111 e too 11tQ1.U es O fid
fact, it's a good idea to begin dent of A. L. D ,I noted a few I as eam tableVn1.etiven f or reaeta as
With a very Wltle water. The nut general ideas and a few specific .W'MuPt1 a Ud h 0aadb *"4 favorite Washington cornrs- people baftwouldnt w matter sista.
day, Increase the amount of water tricks I'll l&W to future refer..f or! apPlaced A ht A&Peter Edson reports thatweifisodo
Only slightly and if he then shows once .t" sofa. dehar M. Nron wife of Tyrshe
so fear, it's a god bet that you 1. Soft, neutral-toned bac k. left an alsle between d the president, has given upeto gMgte-- As to'kthe3NI
can give him a regular bath. grounds, often 'with floors and iwell larimta her -own grocery buyingtat- h i oro-a .itfWe lier e r L= e a"
Thereafter, he'B r his bath walls of the same or a similar card toelro a gupermarket near her -tr~-'Isto a's iBe9
V M neutral shade. are restful and fo aer:Mn. b"4"TOOA y of the Cader W -amo af th11- a hsUo--
s* space-making. (Beige, walnut andndimnagasts. ed her and sart. Tn1te why the average o haop" I Jhp a -have a -
-gray-blue are three examples.) V t Aflwered ca or around to see ws wary .ani go a 1gal s t
When you give Baby his bath, 2. When black had white are us i s a cony N. was byin." a Ie eye when his : I think the suaL eor t
it'sti to follow the soap used they are cut decilvely and as a S mIL women are that Ms. loup has. hb wI an tem w
a l horougih rinsing, with sharply with color. For example o llinut in what O Wther wEm faw e ver b a15 1 0 b t
tPat him dry .qAsb k
~. a Pat him dr, pw- a red serhab agetuat a white wallt- V
b dre ed, chars, bue, areand Mash o jusst .l ad f b e Mi- -...
that o a Floors cas set the decorats aepL. f bh
lmakn. a:ce of a ,ream. Random- wg the hr '-re bors -v1Ivg ea Pinlu
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fen e tothe od.com t hsineiinstripegAulef Mam tnlin;
Ios ff Is the 1- s, greemss ead Yellow, for exa.9e- give a allart 5sporchaft -And soth111116 eg s swrsin @0-lw
WotW Mos hm't a-' u-eapleare p,.colors U S"w eItwas b-diab I IN M e b e Ia.
sw Ih a" they kneo the i; nsro" a ~ pae Tsimwa AS&Me ehgo fttgogoma M
t u az-paredt h ad eam to tewow toth
t It eenamp hung on a white waN. To gsotM -dfs- If you t3h'emooeu cam weg away
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*-cu.ft.,r d$Bobfreeze. spw
460-cycle $200; Estate g0
4 burnerS, grill, broiler, pot.
iomportment. bottle or natural
S$75 Qtrs. 335-A, Fort
or doall SFC Richardson
1.
Ig:-*destinghouJs refrigers-
9.-u. ft. and -bedroom urn.-
All itehn in excellent condi-
reasonably priced. 2543-A
.,Houe ..jurni~tre.
"Mfrliewt -t "EdiTiCO,
3 127th-BndWMe-.

,25ymac Westinghouse
Verl Eeet*
VS, ; 10 venusn
"tItone pus hSun-.
,' 8025-0 Marg rito,.

set complete.
.Led record player,
self'defr-atl

4l, ser' eftmet r

fine hand-carved
re; complete din-
Mh and boWnd bedroom. Coll
3.94.-J, I p.m. to 3 p.m.
j-:-Norge refrigerator. 25-
, 9-cu. t $65; Fiesta ware,
.$10; two. table Wamps $8.
ibT504-A, Akee Street. Phone


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Uht.-Ddlito trip, 1954 Chew.
-Air onvertble. 000
s i phoe 3-0547.
Rit LV" li1 PqckrJd
/ its, lmather.. u
f 985, Cal r

CRSIANA.Eot-194- ford V.-9-o
SO in v ry good condition. F

p Je $625. Fr further information
call 2-3785 after 4 p.m.


'fi SALC- 1952 S*igr Readi.,
p ft sedmlesi, eunly 7000 mile.
pie. 55O, Car ms.eoaped, rU'
mncing smlleble. See Mr. lakiM
sea, Cel Mess. TdL 2.1669-
Dedge. H.MlamU.ders.i-... ...
FOR SA4:--1948 CheororleM 2-door.
radio. porfldht1,o' Od' condition.
45.000 rhlls.; original Owner $415.
Fart Clayton' 4128.
FOR SALE.:- 1948 Oldsmobile 4dpor
sedan. Hydrmnalic,. perfect Midi-
tJor., ioside. and out. $650. Phone
* 4 668. ...... .... .


FPOR- SAtE :".Atenton hat' rod f h t
Partly completed ht rod very cheap.
561 -C Dioblo. 2-3188.
FOR SALE:-T% cars: 1946 Cut
Deiaoto 4-door sedan Fluid drive
1400; drid 1947 Pont c 8-cylinder1
4-door sedon $500. Excellent 0*e-
ot ,nj condition. 0906 Amnad i
Ro6d. Tel. Balboo'3060. '
FOR SALE i-Jeep, military. A-rf-Op-
dtrtian, 4-wheel drive, painted whb
With red wheli. 'kIdeof or Inteiifir*
Woufd consider trade for "b:t
House 2039 Curundu. 3rd Street.
Phone Curundu 7.175 between 5 &
6 o'clock.
FOR SALE--1948 Nosh 4-door se-
dan. radio, seat cover. 5 good tires.
recent motor overhaul $380 cash.
Call 2-1887 after 4-30 or see at.
5J41 -A, Diablo _______
LEAVING?-Will pay cash for your
car. Make offer. Poanama 3-2232,
Roberto.


UUI 'AIUFPs
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MISCELLANEOUS
DR. WENDEHAKE New Medical Clin-r
Ic, Day & Night service. Central
Avenue 209, beside Capitallo The-
ater. Phone 2-3479. Panama.
KNOW PANAMA
BOQUETE AND VOLGAN
3 FULL DAYS
Tour through the entire Interior of
Panama to Boquete. Stop at Pana'
monte Inn. Tour leaves Panoma Frn-
doy, August 6th. returns Sundqy eve-
ning. For information phone "JUNGLE
JIM" JAUNTS. Panama 3-1660.
EL PANAMA HOTEL.
LADIES! Have e cold wave end curl.
Criptoboal Clubhouse Beauty Shop,-
*MrL Esther Lorenzo, manager. Tel-
*ehone 3-1642 (Conal Zonk resi-
dents only.


FOR SALE
Mhleelaeoums


Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re-
ceived in the offir of the Engineering
ind Construction Director. Panama
:anol Company, Balboa Heights, Co-
al Zone, until 10:00 o.m., August
31, 1954, and then publicly opened,
for furnishing all plant, tools, equip-
ment, labor. services, and materials
(except certain Government furnish-
ed moterialsil and for performing all
work for Construction of Sewage Dis-
posaol' Facilities at Rainbow City in the
Conae Zone except for underwater ex-
covating and backfilling for the mo-
rine outfall pipe line. Forms of propa-
sals, specifications, and full particu-
ors may be obtained from the office
of the Contract and Inspection Divi-
eion. Room 343, Balboa Heights
(WTdphpne 2-3739 or 2-26981.
Sptilfications and drawings will be
issued on a deposit of $40.00 per set.
Deposit will bq forfeited if specifica-
tions and drawings are not returned
within 40 calendar days after open
ing of bids.
FOR SALE: Nearly new 25-cycle
power tools; Atlas wood lathe 10"'
swing, 40" centers with 1/3-hp.
motor $65; Alias belt-disc sander
t'-hp. motor S65; Atlas floao
model drill press "'2-hp. motor 300-
3750 rpm speed control $145; Del-
ta floor irodel 14" bond saw '12-
hp. motor, dozen Mtdes $150; f Ior
model flexible shaft ,4-hp. motor,
swivel stand $22.50. Have large
assortment of accessories for above
Jols tq pake anything from pic-
SO &vufla of gtg, 4-Ari


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'nor c dround. Se" oat 'Gre
Stall, No. 3 Amador Road, corner
Plarnk, Beltapm, 7 ,p.m. Friday to 5
p,.m. Saturday. 8-8 SundyPh)oe
Gaines 2-31047.


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,om. mold's sOervice," Reosonable
rates. No. 5 "I" Street, opposite
Mfr1 lInenn Tropical 'Theater. Tel. 2-1541.
POR RENT: Furn:shed room with
S.SPEAKING Butlness Gen- .kitchen privileges to married cou-
-ftam Europe, requires onet pie without children. Tel. 3-5099
.u .ntshed room w th


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IRCAN tdmf y,, \ chrd.
d.cholet in rer:dertiel area
o or Poitilla. Phone 3-
r 6:)0 p.m.

$ SONS
ii LA#IR piano pfly-
p;:. Rejl4i-/year course for
,U. *mrettrs Studio, "Tel.


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LOST & FOUND'
ith personal decu-
bino.ulars & clothsI
bideh on Saturdav
P.m. Reward. Return'
a American for Jack
SestlIons red.

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(Continued From Page PIVK)
demonstration of the classical
dishes of Panama.
For further information tele-
phone 2-1844.
Violuag Hereo
Mrs. 0. D. Askew of Memphis,
Tennessee is visiting on the Isth-
mus as the house- guest of her son
and daughterbi-law, Mr. and' Mrs.
C. T. Askew of Gamboa. .
Stark N.e..
Mr. and Mrs. James C. Smith
announce the birUt of a daughter,
Victoria -Elizabeth Smith, on Ju-
ly 29 at the Gorgas Hospital. Mrs.
Smith is the former Elizabeth Me-.
Geaohy.


FOR SALE:-4Upholstered couch endi
chair $95; 1952 edition Encyclo-
pedia AmJcano $175; 1952 adi-
tbon BooksOf Knowledge $565; 1946
Buick 4-dopr sedan, good transport
toation with 5-10-5. insurancee po id
for 11 months $175. PhrsG -B&
4225. '.- .
FOR SALE:- Refrgeotor. 60-cycle,
6 cubic ft., very good condition
$85; 16" electric fan, 60-cvcle
S5C; 1 -hp. 10-c 1 -phase alot-
tric maor.Ctral C 4th S1 r-..
ner No. 4029 TE iB! Con.
FOR -RSALE.Mturs: 3-W.
hvingroom be, 24' rs and settee
$55; rocking choir $12; combina-
tion table w/lamp.'$15; desk and
chair $20, Bedroom set, consisting
ot I double bed with box springs &
innerspring mattress, 2 dressers &
1 chair $160; set bunk beds w/box
springs & innerspring mattresses
$55; 14-cu. ft. chest-type deep
freezer $275; woodworking tools
-$6; miter box & saw $20: electric
dnil $20; paint sprayer $20; be:t
sander $30; band saw $40; table
saw $20; woodworking lot he
w/tools 435. Miscellaneous small
tools & motor. L Jordon. 2163-
B, West 8th Street, Curundu. Tel.
Curundu 5164.
FOR SALE: Weber upright piano.
excellent condition $480. Tel. Fort
Clayton 3118P.


Hearty Breakfasts
P., Osffs F' Chia.L


v-wu0, MuMIaNO Tm- i J. ta .ml e raly a a V or..auA Eo
Shave foad a way to a Vacatea la IWiscosta
tate heart operaon Mrs. W. F. Bartholomew of CHESHAM, N. H.-(UP)Take
MmppasMble. Gamboa acoampaoled Iby her son, a tip from a couple of chicks
" f I Allen left the Isthmus Saturday and start eating hearty breakfasts,
kte ffaig the surgeon by plane for the United States, Experiments at Wells Memorial
twbohas,awoperable where they plan to vacation for School here involved ftou chicks.
r sow to low several weeks in Wisconsin with Two were fed breakfastse-af frlt
withBout shutting rel&ve s. cereal, egg, toast and mik. The
Mt to O tle brain, long other chicks started their morn-
perform the nelesary To Visit i U. & Ings with lighter meals, toast and
Mr. Kurt Mea el, Jr. son of Mr. cocoa, or just cereal.
i bn hibernating and Mrs. K. F. Mensel of Ancos,
"A bear andround- sealed Friday aboard the 8. S. Pa- Nutrition records showed little
that by lowering ass for the United States, differences in weights of the pairs
tare to ArMuWl wheree he plans to visit in Silver of chicks. But the better-fed pair
t could be op9 Spria, Maryland with his broth- were remarkably superior in their
I k -a aa r-l- w and aster, Mr. and MM, behavior, disposltions and appear-
tabto* little -eed-A. F. Shaker; and in Miand, Flo- ances.
cod- rida with his rether-la-llaw and "
Saceordi toaster. Mr. and Ms. Huihe MKale-
0 slhet ;.H als' vaca & j NeW dmForm
.VI 2:, erJOdays in Iw York tbfore retu2- F

l ag" beles Homeless Association
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- aMIS' lld ho4 aei a a eel CllB thme NCeut
ll. aAfttn a Iaut-a.mte That
iBii!a*-li^ S~ir* alL the wasnireumsi ready iaJ
tse a lted the tuble in shoo,
Seter Sml to Uld an:wetongS
L,-ll erUy erthmeated amd k ire i mposi- throw worn
te' b e floe ~Oe the siresm sounded ex- the streets
,a on tia, tons."


p.'- 1>M
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PSB'I~ lt


OR RET- sFurnmshed moomfmltel-
at: 1T" bedrooms. 'ln r-lm
room, floge, yard. MiOdflotke 1-1,
Tranf-hrthmien Highway-. PA I


r tQR RENT:

1A N I. Just built mdtn
f lhed opertmerits, or, two
bedroom, h9t, cold water. -Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT: Furnished s*d unfur-
nished 2-room modern department.
Contact Alhambre Apartments, 10th
Street. Tel. 1386. Colon.
FOR RENT:--Apartment above Can-
tral Theater building, Central Ave-
nue.No. 141. Inquire Central The-
g ot. manager's office.
FOR RENT: Three-bedroom apoaf-
nment, living & diningroom. mod's
room, hot water. Tel. 3-2279. 1
FOR RENT: Modern two-bedroom
apartment, 5lst,Street No. 42. Un.
furnhhed. For further detaLls call
SZubleta: 3-1802. 3-3337.
FdR RENT: Small apartment, oan
bedroom, sittingroom, kitchen, etc.
$50. 1st Street, Perajil, No. 13,
Telephone 3-4106.
FOR RENT:--Nice, cool 4-bedroorm
apartment, two porches. hot water.
Vista del Mar. Cell Tel. 3-5511.


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FOR RENT:- Spacious apartment. 3
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, livingrnaw
cUningroprn waqh tubs. Via onI:
i: *.t. a;J ^fi'a


?0F, ttN'F!- W u- -t. a YedbttRtif
* 2-bedroom apartment call 3-0994.
FOR RENT:-Furnished one-bedroom
Sagertment, all modem conveni-
Sentes. Vim Bellsario Porroas, 168.
tFOR RENT.- 2-bedroom apartment,
kitchen. 13th Street, Via Porro
No. 16. Tel. 3-2457.


UOR RENT:-Brond new unfurnish-id
Z2bedroom apartment, Ilvind-ain-.
,:lngroom, maid's room and garage,
hot water, all screened. Near the
Raymond Chlinic. Call 3-3421.
FOR RENT: Completely furnished
upstairs apartment in a tw6-family
house: Living-diningroom, kitchen.
two bedrooms, independent maid's
room and bathroom, garage, tele-
phone, hot water and complete
bathroom. Independent entrance to
apartment. Situated at "El Congre-
io"-neor Hotel El Panama. Phone
3-1861.
FOR RENT-- 2-bedroom apartment
$90. House 2112. facing Juan
Franrco stables. Tel. 3-4 186.
FOR RENT: Furnished aportmentl
Bedroom, livingroom, kitchen, both,
all screened $75. 46th Street No.
27. from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Small apartments. bach-
elor or couple. 7040, 4th St., Cen-
tral-Melendez, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Concrete chalet, 2 bed-'
rooms each with bathroom, living-
diningroom, kitchen, porch, garage.
San Francisco, Coco del Mar, 6th
Avenue No. 20. Phone 3-4969, 2-
5243 and ask Osorio.


Education Costs

hi Oregon Going Up
SALEM, Ore. (UP) The
cost of education has been going
up in Oregon because of two fac.
tors-the June moon and the lure
of the West. '
Oregon's population, like that of
other western states, has been
growing faster than the national
average due to what educators call
"natural increase" (offspring) and
migration from other sections.


A preliminary report of a study
made by the University of
Oregon's school of education show-
ed an amazing population growth
in the 1340-50 decade compared
with the previous decade. 'One-
third was attributed to migration
and two-thirds to natural increase.
This is how growth has affected
Oregon schools:
:For the 15-year period 1928 to
|i,* school census increased 3
tt enrollment 18 per cent,
oae daily attendance declined
3per cent. In the next 1U years
.*I to 1SU school cenals
sd 52.4 per cent, e
33.9 per cent and ave
Zr attendafie shot up 70.9 per


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Ca" Ia that he oa going to commilt -
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will beauty.
fall vwenw .safert,
Increase a*I ad nitnl
on a mwaivalAinget.

Modernke nor


Aluminum Jaloje w aruwaure
Designe and .uutufaetured
I n Panama fr lanma,
to it any window.

GEO. F. NOYEY, INC.
379 Central Ave, Tel S3-6l1


CHIROPRACTORS
Dn. r sad & UlA

1 l and I -L p.m.
Saturday: e RU Can.
II block from Lwa hea


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SLIPCOVERS

REUPHOLSTERING
oas or-FCs CLt9s
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ALB3RTO HEmas
Aure ew 1t Tel *M-
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HI-FIDELITY


as. Beeseas al or amsiuaes |E and
seaferS, ebaages, ad tar eaa n
tridges. Service and demon. ..?.
straUon facltiese.


casi term r
7 eirs aed
once with NI-F
Tel. -115
TROPICAL ELECTRONIC
et St.. No. 3 Dellw vt


- TRANSPORTES
BAXTER. S.A.'
Packers, Shippers,
Movers.
Tels.: 3-2562 & 3-2451
.N Panami.


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PANAMONTE INN
Your Home In Cool
Boquete, 3800. Alt.
ramems f o eod. flMti
r eqjkr ams

swmEr RESEBVATIONS
PANAMONTE. BOQUETE


ACUARIO TROPICAL
PET SHOP
INpTpCrt
Parrot cage. 52.0 e.L
49 Via EspaFa Tel. 3-5411
(Beside Central de Lecherias)


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Fice-
NtA A STRANGER-Mortbm
,iOX-Frances Park-
Daphne du Mauw
OUS, NEVER
r.4dweU
I&AY-Jon Stelas
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or POSITIVa
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S M 100E BORN FRE'-


SRoo"&


By UwIEZD UPRE


Johanneabrg Friday, by
Segal. (MeGraw.Mll)s l th
of a singe day the ife
Leventhal famW f Jobanne
It is a quiet and penetratb
ci, sometleeverald with t
et dullness of i9fe In such a f
sometimes sg to heights
citement wge4 a ?rais occui
The author Was bor in
nesburg d has lived there
lif. He hai wtaitn a Manm


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minimum &botz
Balboa aZE*a
degree at Cst
eat tnempratunw
AugtsntlaD4 4*
eat 607. degrees.
however are of
currency.


1 story
iM eaf Short Is' Gefs Ai
qu ., .


lamly,
of ex-
rs.
Johan-
all his
ber of


With US'Oper on Cowboy'
-t a' -


other stories but this is his first TEL A (UPome to the ol a
published noweL boys" have come to the tly fan
to guay ,
The story bores the racial ten. i ul*Meat-tnibzi
sins of South Africa, where Afri. in a W.Im"
kaners or natives seem to seethe raN
inwardly like a volcano on the meal
edge. of erulpion, where the whites fromA rt.
ar th lee class and are Yugt of fot
determined to hod their poeiUon, eWn currency spending to .aonp
where Gentile scorns Jew and Jew the temperature of an ndbedfly
mocks Gentile. trade balance.
Max Leventhal,. Abe head of the Thus meat-rations (100 grams
family, was a handsome Jew who per head) arrive only on festivalp
6bee showed great ability to make and Independence Day. The. rest
money bqt sodN settled into a staid of the year, a small smlnotity6o
routine with the Talmud replacing well-to-do families eat local bmer
his other interests., at seven times the prica :,o the
rationed. The overwhelsng part
Sophie, his wife Is the symbol of the population does. without
of Jealous motherhood, a woman Tourists hardly poties, tie acute
who worries about the Afrikiaer shortage of teat because hotels
who work for them. Son Laurie rerve mutton for nmoband eutjew
wo ks In aD. mae wh e b at dipner. Tbe motto give th
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Lea- me iu 0W155
a-a GMWH: uosphr.
junU the oar.
th a feel-

lethlet for every-
'etecfve Stories of
LPptfbn), edited by


'the leOtlow Include a Perry1
M s oryan aery Queen and
1 Ws pleked from the .naa-
.fi* All are by writer owho ei-
the* a;* well known or ought to
be.


Two unusual ones are Oliver La
f' *.The Bystander" and
Morto Wilon' "The Attacker."
Erie Stanley Gardner's Perry
Maose story, "The Case of the
Irate Witness." and Roy Vickers'
"Little Things that Count" are
outstanding in the orthodox field.


Othqrs represented are Leslie
Charters, Steve Frazee, Richard
.Demag, John and Ward Hawkins
W. Wallace, Evan Hunter and
Frank Ward ....
I .*.--
"It's a wise c.ua that knows ifts
oWid father. And it is a wilse father
t has b ore tan the flaintest
S whee we beanmd why
wie U .as we do"
th firstUlines of WJlliam
Back 4C History (Doubleday) and
an OLmWle of the lively manner in
whichthis anthropologist tes the
*tI progress so the
.r 1 to neras. 'WT is
ItsiBL with spice. Howell cuts
"efI.y W b6ugh detail to pick out
*wm ruf human li thog
_U P 4e confidently s
s. not racing to chaos or
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When Assaudi
War II, y saw BardI
graw bnoisghth i
tanall ind took -homse
l they uldenS

"tr L- or
arid pasture
of
.ah ko.e.ni .


lun Wo f. YreM S stId .1 ,1e ra

iai ito bWan ere Lake Cberia, t ar
W mr i l bin where theeis lgh
(Bu. s eof Md Both enough sprig-water
Are* Uim;rans -id man. pasture. ,
age vem=bt, schemes.
They were "loaned" to Israel ieepand300 Americ
under the program of U. S. teni will be introduced gr
cal and economic aid which at range' after cclitmat
present has 45 technicians spur- antine. farmers f t.
ring the progress of enterprises in anxious t ae
th complete field of Israel de. for a year on the .
veiopment. Tnay hav beg M ed,
i Moloben's Ideas on ptoeL-raislig fee and fit c a teadir
agriculture ministry-hat count. Th plane t- aie
less acres of grazelands were be. hundreds of
bag wasted for lack of ranchers to can't be used for anything but
manage the cattle. Travel around grazing.
Gaililee, and you will see rolling The Arab straink of cows a.I
hills covered with fine grasses sheep, wiiph witha tek.Q.,,
which once fed Arab herds. The and blazng *..,w. W -be er"M
new immigrant farmers da it with the ibpoted atoto'h
know bow to raise battle. the wool and meet yield. Su .
Holohan gave generously of his vested in the ranch patui l
experience to help the Galilee out of profits, for the..a
peasants grow beef. He started ldly to equip
1 same project in Jordan wer y but to prove the fe u v
calories of cattle-raising by fath.- stock production.


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vF tlhs abrupt increase lan the iul.-
a-hn of children to be educated has
the people of Otegon wlt
the necessity of deompletely re-
SShaping their thinking" on the cost
of education. the report added.


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tend ,to become ,you
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Plh remover. Ou fld Itpol
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the edges of the mAui. use the
tip o an orMne n di.ppid
lle and ", th .ta.- Use. a
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or a smooth base 'to apply
r polish, buffthe nalls brisk-
Sthensrub the. sails with
warh soapj water and dry thor.
roughly. Work gently Around the
cuticle with an osew tick
wrapped in cotton. ,the stick
to remove any stublm bits of
Sdirt under the ngils -"
Irl (towf) -sup lean, Apply a coat oat pollh-founda-
othton bt t ly her, tion. Let this dry. then apply a
aowder.b e-fl a Ub. single coat of posh. Let this
mRSt I4 powder on her dry tbroughly.
d seek and removes ex. Don't become patient and
wder her eyelashems. blow on your finger tUps, oor fan
._ .. them hoping to' pes the drying.
This will cause bubblp, in the
s Tip. poliab and an uneven finish.
rt Gives Tips- When your fn are com-
edgeTrpmmln etNW dry ap second cost
edgeTrim ng ofolish. en t is dry, you.
PAINM-(up)--Mostcan apply nail dealer If'you want
PA N, -(UP)-Most to be certain of a lasting chip
pre e fdges the wrong proof manicure.
cording to a University of
landscape specialist.
asould be wider at the Tail-Gaiting Camse Of
than the top, according to Many A A dent
Kemmerer of the unive- Many Auto Accident
eIIC P f agriculture. DrTROT- -.(U.). '-J< Vtebl.
aer'rl sai d a wide top 53, a bus driver tor J year, says
the bottom branches and that "tail-gatig", Is ..e, of, te
their growth. Thi "gves ie_ causes oftraf id .
e. a to-heavy look, -saiu "'ve seen bhundre,.- of' .c-.
he r arp, trunks to show. dents." he. aid. "AZ m"pt
train a hedge properly, he of them are caused 1 gait
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country needs o. inoat im It M.uts
cigar. .d-t the t
Leave us h. b a hlo .never am
pen but you umr know, A t he e.
New York ; "Fat dread tpsthe '
idea of bllng a Wsston-.tyla pi. '
awtnt as Hapalong Caaseso.
sOmethig,unexpected Jppens n new
television that almost uam ea w tol
a Utte item on raw-TV -ealled
"The kaniay." starring Hum "Rumor orne
rons'a n,d Jessica-T .pdy.nyun c,saya, "am.nd
Ad I'm" aj to report that hbve a
bring it back some time etseea. eAsily.
summer run is over. About the *',
"*bat we'd like to do." sard k'snig
Cron ,&"iswork out mon sche. 8+
ule %ke d'ing it lo t2 wo %the .
Mnd then 236 weeks off. That yway i
we could do other things."
Said other things include, Wh
varied activities as the st9ge -x
there doing their secriFe aofd6a 8; .
matflc readings, "TFae t ta
t6U fail- and radio andMovte. o
And ties a Broadway .' ,)
alatedi tir-e fAll oral, toq, a6'
"The Marriage" seems to be .
successful because of what, ,. -.- ,.-'* a
n cans "that helusiev.aei. "
y, barmB." Charm, Ut CA111 -.4.. .^..^^' 3u
snemasto bo simply af aWV vErie Sevn"l
of unaeual problet haln mar-.
rsmg.- Tkat's what stMaed te;!iafe]
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1K.. !z o1FIU/ .I//.tI 2-0 Wonder A. VAL
4 -Dsogdad mnM
.. -- f5-Fru rru K. FloraI'
pyn Don Antonio Anguizola'saba A M,. ,,I
db it J r~ ed y track champion Main e ".,a.. _j
...i .wcm Nuv ri shape up as odds-on nd Race "" Nave e' i'e
i ii -t $5000 added one mile and five- soen
i -_Junta de Control de Juegos" i-c. ULnda J. Gongo. .'
Board Classic) at. the Juan 3-1. Chila J. Bravo .I1
e tr Nk for the best horses in-training at 4-Jal Ala E. Cana.,:
-' Marfil F. HIdaL 10
to: ihio, t un o. by one-sad-one-half lengths in 7-P. Canela S. Carva. 1
tl.-t this entr-y-ee. g the featured $750 Don Neco de la Plola A. Gon. i to dl
t e Ouarwdla Nlandicap for "3" and Manolete Flores 11 f-6 1
SS. S mrt" "C" "horses ovet fx-andpone- .
SspA A. Milstone, the oddson mituls 3rd Race "E" Native 6%5 d.,
an sar s*ck cham choice, finished peoond after set-
a. shrKiw Prize are ting the pace mi. the way to the 1-Don Wende A. Vas. 11 I
ree taled starters. final steenth Jaquazo 2-Mufieco J. 00 1.
week -bra dhiplayed wound 2 a poor thid. 3-Ret la J. P
).nguiazo Colohiearers, Twd ara which w#r# given 4-Lay Moon B. gul.10 p -4
g Ihf cobviifepd the rail- a good chance of copin the 5- White Fleet K .Flores 14 mt -1
O itt entry will be mIgh.- spectikl trophy offered or this 6-Pregonero 0. Graell 14p -1,
d beat. Many share redt event were sctchd. Theywere -Daniel J. Bravo 115." :- r 1A
Sa.3un Road sod uvolarl H h ihtaven 4nd Sugarplum.
"shi first and second. lltone eped to front
R right after the brek sand set th Race "F" Native 7 I- Peel ui :
Sr l a nd will be rid. his pace well In hand wt Plo- wr.t ,.. .
-a b lColomb dan sadd e as i re closest a pdurslu. Soft Note
S iraldo hleuvolal.un. tailtd behind J uima wh ich -DonJalme K. FloresN. I-.ttha 1SG
1. 1p0uids wil get vothe be. raced behind Mery Mason ti -Annle N E. Orte room
i of r th e nd dl Panama' mdwlldy down the backatretcb* .i -Tu Rar A. Mna R I .e -: 5 :
p,,tlye idgr--.las AguTrre. 4 .-Souvenir A. G.nua.
i ewye tc hrtesr.etch. No pulea. 8into, e o and 3--Colden Tap A. Va. 15 form



a hre Main oad. He Jas scored with Coroneo th Ruace H Impore ur oo los :pongo V. Ro.
Sultch wi have their re. of nare ton s tddle Ahonors wi -Dt nl Gt rIR. e e e aObleo
i er Afred vsqck es in tout- but Soroft foe and e p a- .
dtA" Wlrol seeking hed ga w scored wtwo vctorlM a- .taneously R -Malaya an. 'ia u.
i's fmnn f'st Sun! quhIM&W and u40e ib E-
wtes beo thundered "wn the Miltone's In-ith Race "A" Native 7 Vgs.i"W':* .003-6 pool ulne :5:6


Sfin a pdpnh ein thisl be, -A. Fulmar h rie. 10xo porlly -
d l .e Royal' .nd eight ofl o t 1-La Eland B. Agul. 110 -o pod race lay t week 2-1
ia a"B" after trailing The dwav dow n st- mcya V. Ordo. 121 -. n* n start -1
1F w 0lal to1s e retch. Notepued almost e.. .and 3-Oolden Tap A. Vas. 115 '-4e, ual. good form -
3'ot.Aw o; s'1l.Amo- lxteen gTeo SMOW gmft *way -.
f te."ou;d Bull in the Alftedo Vasquez rode taew wrnnr. t 7w'-uu .p o oa
I mm Main Road. He a186 scored with Coronellho th Race "H" Imported r F l "3:311
i ,iw. i',r e~ lu will hove f.- to Phare ton uddle honors with irst iate* S f th ftOOble

e siove inupiph in this s, 2-A. Fulmar Orte. l03x ot possiblity 8-1
ins.n has,*on, eight of 3-C. Brand F. Hidal. N106 payfat Price e 10-1
locastarSts .$*e starting The dividends: 4-S1amo J. PhillIe 110 -No ,n rtet form 1U-1
a -Fra MO camBign early r -Lot 0 T. A. Meob s. 00t .speed 10-1
year Ina bof Scone A. Gonad. 1x- FI k9 0" ride'
abott"h. ..fcAt t 9(Turmot A, Va_. 1 Iaproved even
^HE^ 1.-^ l-(B..itpleto KX. Flora MZWorlkou fie-1ven
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-~ -Remero (a) .Y0 2,0
WUIrOleo 2--Newbthton M.40, 2.40
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8th Raie "I"

1-1Bartolo
2-,Compo
3--. Bull
4-. bridge
5-Putlglo
6-Ohqly
.7-Polvoraso


2. Orte. 100x-Nothing to Indicate
A, MO 106 -Igmproving slowly
- AV. 10 -Good change here
A. ;aaM I --Against chep filed
. Dar. o 113 -Needs lnger distance
A. Goua. 102x-Improving slowly
4. Flores 120 -Depends on start


9th Race "B" Imported 8H Fp.Pune: -$55M.M Pool closes:
ONE TWO


01-4upersun


F. Reys 110 -Longshot po"lbilty
F. Hida. 113 -Returns from layoff
K. Flores 113 -Not against these
B.-Cana. 120 -Ready to win ioon
A. Yeam 110 -Rates fair chance
A. Vas. 118 -Debut was *veaIlng
B. Agul. 110 -Poor start *IS .yeek
J. Bravo 115 -Was never better
J. Oongo. 107x -Needs hore distance
A. Mena 118 -Rates upset chance


1th Race 'Gambling Control Board Clame' 1 Mile S '
Purse: $5,000.00. Open.


1-Amorlo
2-Alormlna
3--ing's Prize
4--(NuvolanI
5-(Main Road


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V. Ordo. 118 -In favorite-distance.
A. Via. 120 -Distane seems too long
J. Bravo 112 -Back Ia good form
B. AguL 110 -Gets rerl test.here
L. OiuaL 128 -Despite top.weight


11th Race "n" Native 7 Fgs.Pure: 3IM. PoG loses: xzxx
1-Og1i J.' l 18 -Should 3-2
303f. ,0; o-Re-turw-. 1 5-1
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the sallflth_ f slew world's 're aod o 41pp-l1 d teat _Ie.
Frank B It lded a 145 pound uaiUflsh n. tmhi tackle.
Jack Ma dean of all fishermen.). aboard and we bet
he is kee pl Ta ine that will g -ve.tll the dope for qext
wee.. .O j ip the Seri laind &. i tr marlin, exact
weight a.gtt^ t 5 around 350 p
Si and we hea t on the first, day
they release BuckBaugher of-Ptl Beach landed a
nice 0 thre -Ih 132 pound. The have raised. two
marlin but i,, On the Hul?'s last trip they caught
28 sallfish T in.
The cmtchlng loti of -saiflis 1' at the last,
report. i arln but seem to b having tough luck,
they have diiaf tho tri "
The little- ii ti U ll out there pitching they'have one
marlin anrefrll at the last r s r t
The Hll tare concerned th h' e 10 mre .oriM fa'r-but we wo,
27 cents tOOab JIn fW. Anywcy In
has been cat a. hu w Odf the -.
There are_ .,al0 ot" boat, oVWkeadtie' Pecadori
with Al Roig aAd: t from PAle o on Mae ab0oa6 .
We should have n Ot-r the dope neXt week on the winners for
the Second Inte bal MAn and Ba sh Tournament. The
tournament clo .the ,ecmnd of -Au iad'for tage of
fish taken per fIt it looks Ul ft wflM end u t a er
tournament than' year'a and plenty~f fhlth w taken then.,


Marciat6 Trying To Prove


He's 'Fighting Champion'

,f OCARt ija ., I J.k Tai .au. A. -'


mandinr p-ember b0 beat a-
giat eCharles. I
The ctual reason why he ha"
made only three delenSes a-
gaat Jersey JOe Walcott. Ro-
a 1M L t at.a4 Crr'1les -*1
I~-~n e w on the crvde in S ept
wnaber 12 zmar be l'swam
lp I-n oe word.' Tkes. Bight
Saow he supposedly will have to
give ap most o. ia Beptetnber
purse to Uncle Sam.
But there is an eagerness
fight about Mar lano wh 1oh
gives you the eealig thaL he
woeld make this .one if the goy-
dment took It al. Nor the
Brockton shoemaikel' son essen-
wally is one of the finest boxing
camtmions and the pain cause1
by his Ocica Is clearly evident.
a. he wls um1 TBo~iy 4.
meet Chbgriew stn, ehE stA
!aR.eeStadhum on Spt. s r.
at SIe ?Po GroAnds on Sept.
21. And are9ilyhe s s.tM-.
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_t June bout, in w bch. Mr-
Intook a 15-rounddecilon,
a vivid itne under pclly'a
eyebrow. ,..
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hal, but the doctors say't is
1y," Marciano mused.


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..... my& "a s Of thd b dker's doved d win and
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.....* "M do ai 0B .< pa m jwas lam ospri
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*,'+ 't .._..*. y ou d n A mamer Im a myi tery n
mea. Lin his left -f',- ool T is
.1son of Axbmite wodid n6L aptpear
_-lot'i Ifto. ke ready, for three Hambleto-
"th- a tbdo wi naa. umile heath,but the eoutage
,0' 2mthat won 20 of last. eason might
.sad up for thI colt and Driver
-.... ....... .1 0 -? S, .e t~ ~. ,I Cameron.
.."'. N"'t I lwh en t 'wohe t e m StlaM e pjrapj er lsI
S........ qf 3, who finished ad quite likely to g6 to e sat tBe
S ..... 1 0 I witl.S. the curry ent "IM cholee. Stenograpbher is t most
lt, ... -m t Cardinal, ,,usable,, horse .n a.a',,,-where the
......pahce, driverr has to be aliat a police.
.?.. ..y...e. llr 0 c st 't malle -to cope with tr .. jams iat
fthlof IMa l the first turn and thsh the
tIgol 214 it to g ti "L an .streftl. This despite thfact that
.,, o.' tol eve" Good Timee Park"s ti n ar" mile
,f t' whe o BI Dl il _Stenogrpber Is brave, can trot
.......... o. loM& M ler Iho drove Lusty
",... "....e ..-i- .lSong, t 190 10 winner, end train.
., 4 '6 aiiptemt. edil M filly 'which
Aa -*-- -0 i by 4 a w aiOUOF0ORS with bu eddowntr a ntapear, ago,
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0 5 t earl S o i t to make Iton a rowd s
m -,,l s #-o E Si nl~ ro inKaf -.AERDU e.atst Gsboen and.
mq^gMA'..i8 ph4K he spi with
2 X1 o foregab so Fme.tat nseth per, leadeb hi unou oe roce#sion
0 1 1 g4on M tM 0ne at naso Pownall drrebive s kla^w
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w......a. a s.e ss odtherbdab coutthe at"odb hltoi irn d t hn that. s; nbep am tig ktod e
..dtofTere fittlha a e, e .- tsie a
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Walker. Wakrhb..o..tdy._poe-rroCan oev ad
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X4Botout to the bnc with a s nore wit rett f rdr of c ne o ntr y
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Man cros ueteyrsooment t rue e. r and Jalop s tal prun son a tpghts r scommonly prlan icedito ren
'cl.. t A pi.Tfll cs e. ed s, Pat in smedaltoel mang aTre, are po goingt to cro b u o d
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giNfl4OTON, July 31 (UP TWEN'T-NINTH EAR PANAMA, 1., lUNDAZT mST 1, iM t -J;l y ?, KC. S
bl.n leaders agreed .
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asdmker sorofion W. Martin J
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will be calledup on go %W1EN W'2 MN X N N 'W _,OF. F k W u .SiRIW
a Andprobably will pass.
Ahan half of the House's <' ; ....... rde th" t ....911 L"W
have signed the dis- WASHINGTON, July 31-(UP) a well-informed quarters fl- Ipr1 ebre d ae of ar i tat i *' .
petition. I- United States government lows: d oftror 0 0faa- re in 5:26S I .., .... 1:28 bm.
'tbA~e Countries, N5.38o p th .0,040.41.. 64 1:43 *M-1
acison makes it almost quarters were gener alyilent o First, the federal trag4 comut .countrl. aP:rror, :thg nicat 538.. p ... .
aongreas will have to r,3- the Federal Trade Commisiloft mission made a long and .rnet o 0 to be e.peo n.#otheir own do ttulo.na.
Iin, session another week or (FTC) coffee report today, but effort to produce a fair sud ob- it .aAS
e. 'Republican leaders ori- were, hopeful that the report jeettve report regarding k. federal ti TPa
hoped to quit tomorrow would not cause lnter-Ame rcan ceftee prices situation. fully avd
have not set a new target tension. t"pnCitlve".'
gThere were Indications that If Secondlysncaherpart Wi-ne 6.t .5rrn
reeedany American republic should itably covered many phases s 4..u w as more
e Houre previously rej request conderation of the re- the national policies of otheo Gillete
.tal pay raise when House port by the Inter-American Eco- countries pertaining to coffee 1 aedw, Get R irementCe-t
ers tied It to a bill to raise nomlg and Social Council,. the a p eriod of rising prices it wo 9ema.
I rates. Republican leader United States would not object. P-.. -- -
A. Hallec, (d.) said although the expediency of W
the time thea.m would be no consideration was rag a r d TwelvePem tPl-SanaWhteache 'm nd t ea prncp:
doubtfl..=1of c "t 7 "three of Since AW-Atfil118 1enpl
her vote on the is Canalao'd- three oWhSince IaF ha pr1W
* bill to be called Ip Aug. 0 doubtful.s eio it f nm~4tury
no rate increase .It would The view among-some aft[ 1 eball Fan esp
d 9o,7 per cent pay iDerease clais hero was that all of the l.,prom : e o
,000 postal field workers, coffee-growipg repullis would iitn in during g"o he
cost of 189 million dollars. want to study-tbh flll et of aKAA o 9and re
tmpinimum o raise would be the report before .arulvigu at l Boost Trade ,m rior. ton Island..7-cRWY
the maximum $480. conclusions concerning ite g- .. sTdOue. lC n alZant h o, or Zo
s members are about nifloan .8 T. JEROME, Qun ., July 31. s ok'esm n Coh. to'=. at vy firantl
gh with most regular legis- () Johnn Barrette1 a 30ofjr,'later ofTAs
and could adjourn at any Thus far, the em 3hatve ,ar-od peter, was down tO -or cof ee ye r at. laborte
. The Senate has a long een only the 10,000-wo ,t tsth ain today betaus e -other1W.o-l asswtsh e
go, however of the four-volume report, n sn 1.000 persons w match d I lte23.Healthrr.. ]bto 1uthd '
Hose voted 180 to 167 to- it is doubted thHt the co t +'ps a th
o adou Congress at the Inted text wi avalabl baseball game. .r, fOrt- e
ausines& tomorrow. But ore 10 ddays. o 0farrette, who also isoalecoasUs
The main lines of offiolal et who also Is a ba
Se didn't mean a thing, op i a50-foot ioolet sihdt-fe; .
~opinion outside tbo sdsf tito, heu.
commission, although ot at down and said hoe ofi Fred Is to*o ""
no.mally stated, were 11 dOwn 1Auntil more of iJ' mon w. ..
2Liberals l d erome' 25,000 peopletu InduslnlR
outt boost the_ ocsl b*awh all S psouth "a
/ Attetigce at the CardilllPl ra
oIncreased ROE Dome ga-mes h s ben li.i-k
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AColsembia. Julyo 31-. o .the- t O
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e d o r c* b r e w e r y f -f o r -n s laiut t h e hoi A w e ,
t h l m e' o" t r. a b l to l d .i.h Obfmo n thee ,un e r scn W.3 In dd W I2 ase' d M l a e i -
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President. sbuc* D rescneaPd eStWidothousingaesah Autpinga'aiiranate born on t W
l committee ap ovedmnit tr e Inspcecto rs but V"ach t werehe r hlop l"orftrald'. p w &t a tIlnra eh 8t d, w
areun- the number of A Dtary police turned ~InAd wr, .ITU R il-o ,,,

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TIEtAhRO e ad cowe ace d t-e 'e r Wittenbernedig aV .
beohrvtoo since' fpper h1 hen F wasam* e
veinmeto.ro Im j~n_ rdyta ITN-~. tV l -pm etfr*UUUWU thisdMI~l ;'., 7tillku p 'm IIicl.8 Cto
W~lbabletOUditection,"- LF21
S eSIntmro an g nh ,3Wlib~r, of the nai-, (Ut') ,--'A town maishial shot flagship1 the U. Ip. ahwtit cr uAaie rdyta 1~ ~ R ad I*s.- pes csfrne~*~ U5 nen 1 in eD ips
Le red A s d anu e .,ethe oun- and a m n fted rier. "" .. uinem n w t -t.
& mills atso or naiafb u ah lW Ditn ser i
hen each to -re 'k"m meeh ntd for U g o In- sk a".
do Faoetred. -U Ppoe taoge n a public sidewalk last hpVer Communist" i, d o Cl M O. lu-to
.alls. alnof l .ore lelssinaTdretAdpfi5 l.s esetheandkresisdtedmithe. et
tle R eiutomWiomadrntt vtoryon relt wetnh- healaalph ld ,AdW ,oimmrsisl ld s. k
uldhmehacetpDi Ian- A3, d IheJU1cujlsj aksht trouble toldtab ush he undebarstand. Cro -Ea ii"
n eahortz o raio arres tfor n g tto wnud be onA s derIla k o ara Infus W m aon W1
Forces.orldor it'.euWin- CIhIF
ebook o ofs-forcebs"wrIp or dlest. M .i d on o. Po9- ." Pr. 3An1o ,
dod..9:eh=e1a when h d sul V dowun the Itwo lousreiatd. tise hUso the Aadto.Co,
rn tip. Totawhorethite-paradiselporDavd$* 03, RStwihdo rIna.e 49sa dlworsh -,eld
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#Ws fdmed the.he love- clubs.orkateVenessels, 4g A
tncolonyM Iabn aros re wenhe woulrld, ow hetw Iwa isth te mefwi 'oh agghehed pto O
of 901 miere24.utes.on, Heereoan T h.earle arethis aVCR campters toth oon TI n 1 p16.Divi *- sa. has beenu
Oreb,,l, hadd Davidson said V a ewas coherence the ,ea. stol th exception,
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Am a.f liif vli dedoat p ssing zeladintoVdngWthhe-=fte\ooI Tom]a
rn cared bamers motors. when they attacked the UA % Iit st
IPavidsqn add Ihe-tried to sr- planes. woo*bdrninn the firt
tpottCzech 'and Pa- rest Veach but Veaph resisted Phill.ips sal the dah mtoccr w bon o
ate rresen m the neutral na- and drew aknfe. Davidson fir- red r14 mlIen- ofn -
IiCototin and Impose ed, a bullet trm his service re- Hainan Island ~- au to the Dr &Il~.- -md "
Sthe Libersa. a n.on th e who flatter volver'trikin a -Veich in the ab- the .rSovdet-prolal 1 0is.ine h er .
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atnihtal ad etaPan otlr o eq'iatth poperingto th Inie A
son. Nadism o the decorofrthe sNavi tf hall waer th
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,-hinindie Mal .ro thrIutte"orto elnethasla t 2Naug.
Isle. oWem ththeiirruture home In Or-' .4ah
itE HARGROVE and crowded'breuare.0d the AWtire of WIttenber W46
bai Coe~mpeat smart swimmangil s.h, and firstrt cakod
lthe other visitors usually ppa wh.enw"r
LEVANT Friance at the hotel for.-the perItf hour, 2Maie .
miliuonlaiare hsaoy fully and fashlo oly dtsed. lto fore.n witht
who make thei'rhead.t T atns tlmoolopin1340 h
pt fashionable hotels iThereIs a very defit is a D inraioanes I0A
Zea Roe are scares' etiquette..While you. es dr ink atoraleomrmanawR-.
[ ,ay, humpbacked St* the hotel bar wearing
Horizon nine mle it would be consldeAre Srdi-iWs 1
blue Mediterranean. It fora mantslt dwA n da at, Mr. andwth the, Ar-
*a e "Isle Where Noth- without slacks .o,' a nd-t*r f'st World War
shirtwrap orfor d oe f W "r,-Wi. t o"""folt sIveri.










io 10annr t1 Final. rhs..No-bengre
debook it is desib-O wrap or dress. I$ 8L-Mi n.,.bete
.tnee ity wild. Rocky. IeC$nd s ertY to to.C f ll ,oae. I,.










9sidurinog'bthethem
mrroads. Fishing ham.- bca nlive a welt usatcdu
in p. Total area three paradise for under ta doUsatrs a .46wor- 4
Sservic. to the main.- -Iro pIt 4
A ls famed as the love- db.T-
!oelony mute w reblee aHesr mni ca hstmpe-e plrs-withrs tooall W
of 90 minutes. Herohr aemn ames-ostV-Atr 1abe
otters much and dress Mostly youn6 l e I elt'ou teens..I0 o vas itei
They come from mHollnd,
e of Daliopols, dedi. Switzerland, the -.iana av I a 'altI
lorierM, the simple life countries. l j. ,'p .nt3elO At cen t IX -v,
air, Is now the Mecca a night for a eft TV site AWOt.L
people every year,'e.-...;.,.. .....
aerarely more thasmandlroereL s~~P~a .--d InOrgv^d
go the island at oneO.ce ortWee r the author- at -.. .
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lr a lldnb 1^W 19 satWU ft.noplets a quiek vvMW'wyU~
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Saq al.o baYe sblhilitie inn
the smag of fwlttOue and toys
for eMU- Wbrdln-to okiag
Shoftm Megtws, tabes, stools,
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VOU Ban ico oauo Ford

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It Mtaptue flith eothes
* letter les utanler uo05on word.
ar e inSrt anagrambled
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r'ACiIr at thftlowla qpa has f tWead ual
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at=s or w Id 13 it that .d 't first number plus
org. am yop spot the latrudenT IW the product of
out f 'ire is a &ood core. m w* aniiaoa
SOnd squalb' :.
1. am, pa*lmst, astrolowger, aSSals.^ hat aire the
t Sdam, whedar, chicaumey, gruyer. two "umbers? .
3. Pea", diama4, ruby, opal. IV
Attam uta, Af*. TWA eDL
5. Today, tnaw, weekly aL o aL
o iera nRover
S^ quarrel?
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M MORISM
this ad MfUel
be able to so Z 3
party guess an -
Interestlng trok. u.r a
Hand smeum =Q
a design like U that
shown at riht
(numbeorb8 sO |A || 16
through 13 9 |10 II 12
natural or de r),
Ask him to select
any o"eof the |t 3* | |
numbers shows & 1 1V 14 1
and write It down
whent you aAMnt s le e
stike out the MuMlWbr be has selected qnd a
other numbers toI the mas row, both vertal and
horlsoaal. (I t.or example, he strike out 8, tb
he must also cancel ] i. 16, 76, 6 and 6a: Be
must then take aothber number from those ramai-
Lug, etc., and repe-t the process three m23m tinae.
He wal not have shown you the numbers p;
chowe or thodi he marked out, but you car tal bhi
the sum of the tour atinbers h selected (the fourth
steands alone)! whout seeing hise addition. It w'i
always hAe mI Hodleess of his aboSlee.


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5-4ear.tionu. of Vishnu.
No-Opposite of weather.
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SO-anbr tor Alfred.


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M IRATE FAN arguing with an umpire, a mother placing flowers o-her soldier son's
grave and two bandits battling three police officers--these-subjeq won prizes in
monthly Hearst .Newpapers-International New Photos cozoest All winurs are
Noble for the annual awards. Bob Jones' action-crammed picture Of ~ angry fan and
pireDon Flecky glaring at ejh other..in San Francisco Sepl! sta" u4ok top hours.
Stephon caught two suspect fstting police after a Boston rob w '. And Wold's
plant photo shows Mrs. Harold ross placing flwer on grave of Harold
, Jr., who was killed just 80 minutes, before the Korean ease .i re,.". eaurred.


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No i. stanrtM SbriyEm.
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w eacto the other
tetd bhis pound of love.
in es arew tw ofaan:asie;
Nowae n the ptfl t*ow abovd.
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tell o r w d ast, e W lft to know,
Tht close old wons ahe mpt t want to heal.
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