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:
AA00010883:00466

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LOCAL RATE WAGE SCALES
r:There sl a wage scale for Local Rate employes of the Army
and the savy where something in the line of a major adjust-
sent Is badly needed.
To explainthe above statement. t's take a lo0k at the aitas-
tics. The emkloye performing zo) 4Pts.of.a lerical nature
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JS for employee performing major apervi0ory duti .,e;which
means this employee may have ,both typeof employes under his
supervsion: L8 (clerical) and LM (non-clerical).
Recent an employee witb a LB-21,att equivalent to a
' maximum of 92 cents an hour was given a promotion to a super-
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statd "promotion" under the column "Type of Action," this em-
nloye's new rate of pay remained at 92 cents an hour which
te maximuiRq.fr a LMS-2 according to that special scale. WMay-
be, there's a catch to it but I can't seem to Fasp It.
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US rate scale. Every promotion means at least a higher maxm-
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a GS-2 maximum (same as LS-2 for Local Rate) with a WBS-2
.maximum (same as LMS-2 for Local Rate). The WB8-2 Is much
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lore the tem A ft .tn
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people started RgOlag. TO
boat cruises on the ile-'r t
night clubs near the wrauids
public loud speaker bled til
midnight with more noise than
a political conventiml
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Friday, the Moslem holy d6,
prayers were broadcast train
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morning prayers areM. ow-
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consider-if they could ever set
Congress to appropriate tle
money for It. This Involves e
use of belly dancers.
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neighbor relations, naturally.
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PRESIDENT SYNOMAN RE of Korea ho noting joUtr Joining hands in.
old man who has singlg-mindedly ntOede. :*<..Ivs tohake the Co m nit g lp
dream of unity for his quntry for a, long s. -merely say the two will entinue eoop
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attitude toward the Communist rulers of China bbiobilgued callously to permanent Commualst '* la' of
and North Korea. .bl land.
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Siad consult with American
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anything in amy hand.
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aits until someone attahei- FeOP
oes. before coning to the Is.
and's defense.
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unalsts may strike again "any-
bhere at any tiao."
A radio sttlon asked hit. to
comment on a news story t-at
e U. S. will step late Tformosa,
someone attacks the Island, but
ia no iatenUoe of signing a tree-
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meoo of Hamburg.
Fifteen thousand public uert-
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walked out yesterday, and union
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workers in Bavaria ,will follow
smit Monday. unless their wage
demands are met.
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MonidSrvW ere TROTT The OLEANDER


BCRYSTrAL;
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Sand painted l power va w ,n......... ........
H er- vss decorated ad .... ..,............. ....
'ujstal Mashtray with ver border .
Salt' and Pepper et w mfi r .... ...............
etaf Powder boxes ........ .. s .........
uor'set Idecanter and glasses) ................J,.... ...,
& d Beowl, leather covered ...........................
Fine Crystal center pieces ....................................
ine Crystal center pieces ...................................
Large Water pitchers, cut crystal ..............................
inle ather billolds with gold enrusted d s ............
S* I leather billfolds with mold enerusted deigns ...........
lflao leather billlfolds wtth meld antau desli ...^........
STERLING SILVER ITEMSt
Centerpieces ........................ : ..........................
Sterling Silver creamer and sugar sets .......................
Sterling Silver Cocktail Shken .............................
terling Silver Trays, ma, p various shapes ............
Peruvian Silver Cocktail shaker ........................
Peruvian Siver Cocktal ghakers with Cocktail cups ..........
Sliver Ice Tubs for ealsghe ............................
Candetra, with three (ahns) mraches ......................
Sterling Biver Coffee Set9 (4Rplece) ......................... -
SSILVER PLATED. ITEMS:
* Candelabra .................................. ..... .............
C adel bra ...............................................
iv ir Plated Trays ................... r, ........
. iler Plated Trays, .oval shape .......... ................
Silver Plated water pitchers .............. .............
8-pe. Tea and Coffee Sete ................ .......
FINE PORCELAIN DNilR WARE:,-
-, 2 Bpete vi ewtt n .. ...............
p .- om e ilace setting Complete place getting f Cn a) . .
8 eoplete place settings (lahnware) ................
1 complete plaee settings ( i Oteaware) ................
$ complete plce settIang (frlnh Ohtmawre .............
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sjd Qj.S 'mmnsI FOR SALEr-' MoM r-. om 9.m- FOR RENT: Beau tifl. ftulAtVf hii-4 alte t
dresser. opleaf vertible. excellent n, t Can be raofln, private both, hL ie. kptchrts. 3aA;_ _I|
abtle2 Windsor choirs.. Good financed. $650. Call Fort Clayton cabinet, stove. No. 3, d t R COTTAGES. one mile post
on. l 83-5241 after 5:00 4170 or 4149. Tel 3-0638. t Clara. Low rat Phone
FOR SALE:--'47 Lincoln Club Coupe, FOR RENT:-Nicely. fumrni r3omi '1. 2-1 .866..
S -Diningro m e .. mohg- nw irte. -radio, insur anc paid private both. Near Hotel 1 l O. n eande c tages, '
A imm ons couch, goodcd- $250. Call Rodman 3245. m. Meals availablme. Col -I *g CBo 43 Ba1O5 and om g.% ,-
328 -B Coos Solo. Tel. 589. FOR SALE:-1954 Chevrolet Bel-Air 2-1693. -1877. Crs to 3 1673


S>Rtta n 1 d ondining 3-4688 after 5 p.m.". 5 and 2 rooms h So b r sFO s S A S ip "in"t.a
Miahogaony buffet, alol in per- FOR SALE' Ford VS De-". CalleEstudianteNo..98. FT W
edition $290; 3-seat settee. Seamist green, very good contion. FOR RENT:-Furnished room, private OueN
cairs, coffee table 2 end Call Albrook 6-.3167. entrance, bathroom A iiirX U

A*ran C l 50.Tel.- FOR SALE:.-1951 DeSro sedan .ex nAen ue rt T lone .-H. n o t'roo with bet ii


^ es. le rIon. Prian 6. Pne er r oc______ S for office or Fish eo o i
frm2nr.. eom ande. radiorr. O u vn eN.F5 s



Sea....,. Pon J-1565. doom sldon Many ietras. Willn cn-FOR RENTn -a FurSihed and unfur-G 'n e tt --.t-

owner. Boalbo s cr2117, r a.m FO RENT:- rIe rm I Ohe an i alterations to su"t tennt._ ,
egeaing sAugust e 10. FOR iSALe Cow. Phne -067. r..manageroff.FO-wlp a 3SE -'- fh bS or dF 14 5- .Ifc ;
dTo oto.ffa 3,1r5 .T 1 coverndtibl ole. e, u exe ttenon FOR oRe ne t8t


modr mo le- dr sda. M n- troo oport. WriN cq -FORET :-Fren ise unu95nrBP hndTisBoat:Funshe&.M otog. *
I nO.ENT "BlCtact Ao br Aprm etso 248 SaLE:- otr aslmn eeioel-gSt byCoil
-plaestneuwingorracngtwnrbrereFOuRENT:-Aparrment: The Cd- rbtltriler.4lier Uorna h l Kt e ,harafnateo 100







ntr n 5. ForSA :L av nt. 19 RE NT-:- *M o dn g two-bdroom b i t o r;ol 1ft.einbo rd aendl- th u tf
r RICH tubeless tire, fine h ,I ,funished. For furlthr detill nt, condition. Make offer.+ C -I -'s" .-i m,- ..... ilft .. t.i+t, lUB f
c-foffee, .9-7-h rpwJR oer condition. F. IAZAY C ., Zblta- .t M0 id-de .ta..l .. .
______% r FOR I ^ -, -_ _od-_. 4 F.1opoR SALE:- Boat: 31-fot-cabin 0._49.- tSA -.- Lato. SOUrS. p- .k.at a ,

slider.good u"e |I"t e. 1 modern 2-bedroom m oartment. 48thm Phion or"a s ee Stanley oa_-ryFor.t lia on -,-tr it.---a -.Va .
2to.Stht-t-.OR R NTFreet For information call 3.-244 Bla a t l.t e ; so ,--lyii aobyoe n ro o
so" nt7FsteAE:-- 5S-i Strooets,2T hs.138, Cln.Cmpeewit AN p'SofLiwa al....n.f .s.p
WP witn vf etperi i-l- --n .,nIr t h hot water, to v e- Con-.Wmotoile 4 l' In'. .ra,--to"-J"et1...
t right person. Do no l wastei Avenueand '"Ie Stee. Fo .' I--r-af err.46 II.Oof '9
W ne lke"nto. d- s'"r ,,,7,,,,,',3HullS.A.r41ne.o. 4 1.Inqur...,tra Thi.'. L.ot0
Wilt, tab / 2 carpe.tm k~, very.EI 110... .. ...-11. A -As &W IL'. -b'" i,"' roe It t e md o Iolz_ W I .1o .l .p '
:w NmU- u. enida....... -,,,, n.ri,,,o....I FOR" -SA++=' + L E' : Boa: 3 1 ear.cain- .-+ + +I" ,-


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kaalao told I Dews on-


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a next year.
SOperations Ad-
nu-t so tents
Vietnam to Shel-
refugees who will
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.tod out; a, lated
S assortment of
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FOR SALE:-BiMbo6l 'flbV rrturAe;,
Srf.ohboth. trdkdrt; stlerdbom cup-
*boad; 6 ;lt bid nd 4tlaolsj, ood
usa"d Tk ir t pin,.'%; Hdu
8. iC isobgl,,
FOR' SALP:'- Conmplets pet "Sopa
"' Snd" woods and Irons, brand newj
* $125. Fort Davis 519.
R SALE: .30 caliber p6rt ifle
with ammo, Weaver K-4 scope.
Navy 3131.


FOR SA -Air corp complete
.with .TANK, games, .O-cycle mq-
tor, hos, sspry un. Make offer.
...nslr ,tr TeI.spon, 3-0R64.


FR SALE; .-r.Trd*t fish. Paitillo
Airport No. 69, Telephone Panama
,.3-3423. .. .


POR SALE:-1937 Mddbille sedon,
make an offers girls bicycle 26-in.
S10; wicker chairs 2 each; wicker
lounge $4. 628-8, Ancon Blvd.
- B alboa 3131. -


Sealed bid, In triplicate, will be re-
ceived in the office of the Engineering
and Construction Director, Panama
mopenedC lanr tooook
equipment, labor service, and mate-
rioll (excMp.etolri Government fur-
nished materlaisl, and for performing
all work for Construction of Two Bus
Shelters for Balboq Elementory School
ot Bolboo, Canal Zone. Forms of pro-
posals, speciftilcels and full parti-
culars may be obtained from the of-'
fice of the Contract and Inspection
Division, Room 343. Balboa Heights
lTeephone 2-3739 or 2-2698).
Speclflcatllew and drawings will be is.
sued on a deposit of $40.00 per set.
Deposit will be forfeited if speciflca-
tiors and dawifigs are not' returned
within 40 Omlender days aftropening
of bids:. *




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*ro&:- Three-bedrOm apart-
Iw living 6& diningroom, mold's
roonthot woter. TIi. 3-2279.
FOR RE T; -- Twb-bedroom opact-
n, lo b0co, very cool, best
FOR' RENT:-Comfortable and mod-

I$TS. For information telephone
S2441.6 or 3-5322.
OR*ErT:- Furnished apartment:
Livgrooi, Ibedroom, dlningroom.
kitaa and bathroom, indiepednt,
$6. lerdI Mire Streer No. 52.
Tale hw 3.5229. -


FOR. INT:- 2-bedroom apartment,
livinloom, dinngroom, kitchen,
bath l; 13th StrefP No. 16, Via
PW m. Te. 3-2457."


FOR RENT:-SmallI furnished apart-
f mnt, bathroom, kitchen and porch
1 ;In m nt. NarCanal Zone $65
Teblho e2-4912 until 7 p.m. and
2-3584 from 7 to 9 p.m.


FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
concrete. G.I. Inspected. North A-
mricqn neI Ms. Regulor trans-
IMa W -Tot. 3-047'1.


FOR RENT: Furnishpd apartment
fpr.u without children. Con-
venlin*r located Tel. 3-1405.
FOR RENT: --.Completely furnished
upstairs apartment In a two-family
house: LIving-dfningroom, kitchen,
two bedrOoms, Independent maid's
roor and bothdoom, gorogeo tele-
pitne, hot water and complete
bethrogm. Independent entrance to
apartment. Situated at "El Cangre-
Ie-'-ner- Hotel El Panoma. Phone
2-3545.


FOR RENT:--Lerge and independent
fumlrnished portment, 2 bedrooms.
Phone Panama 3-1036.


New Books

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SAXTE R, S.A.
Packers, ShippeH,
Moye,.
TeIs.: 2-2M52 & 3-2451
Panami.

Ha TeYour Old Furniture
5lk Like New, Repair, re-
flt bh Handrub by Expert
WV knkmansbip.
W. T. LUM
TeL 2-244M
a1t ATv. 4 op July, Panama


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41 Nati ea AL. (At o6w)
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to local chapter of
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said
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harJ done to the nation's 83
trout "larm."
It the places from which fistth-
nastresas an restored are
p out of bine0ss,, he id,. the
Lime might come when U.8 an-
glenrs w be cting their bait
upon empw waters.
Celler told the House that
Wome congreuleal eandlat
are "ri 41ran the coattail. o
the PreldI t but a "certain sean
ator"s to"ridng on the talla of
fish l o he can' et re-elected."
He apparent referred to Sen.
Henry C. Dworehak (R-IdaJ
sponsor of the trout bill passed
Rep. Paul A. FloM (R-H.Y.)
said the bill "amell." By som


teth .hllin ke trout 4 should
alo i ai little eolsdertlon
Vrgnu a. Mot "VIrgimi
ham," he aid9 TCo got p
nearer to Vlrgia thin Chicago."
Anniiversory Moss
To Be Said For
Father -Peter Burns.
.An anwIversary Req1em high
mlas will be sunj qn tmolow
nlrnlh* at SAE I. Blami TLqm


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d blame he "a l be sung Sy fa-
There's. all e difference in or John t p r
1n world be being firm tle
Wifth the hed man ad bawling ,
eat a subaodinate. a .


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Never belobre as -o much been offered
in an, automoblt
'For powerw.. for luxury... for style..
previously ONLY obtainable in most
expense ve oars... 0W' YOURS In the
t.1 FQDRD!
"f iibaf Ind the..two engines
i 'it modern achieee-
mentr '. f.P. Y ..ock ,r
the 115 k.4P. k.
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Maximum comfort, thanks to -the for.
ward' suspension, factlitates driving
absu.b ,all shocks encountered.on tho
road, and. gives nsm thnes and a *
curtly on the curves. Few care -- in-
cluding the most expensive -. offer
, ths exceptionally high value.
Style continues to be excellent, with
an extensive variety of uphalterfng
and Inish In beautiful colors Inesde
.-and out. '
Come and See for yourself the nMw
car that has EVERYTHWO.


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DEMONSTRATION


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SAM. CONINE


FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM
Spiec et, American" style .......... 2o.oo
3 M set, "Babe" tyle ..,... s...... 210.00
Sploe at, -Treopleal Style" .,..a.... 150.00
3 ptee U sammns u room ia .. ... 3.08
boo Center Tildes -.............. 85.00
Bamboo Magmlne Holders .............. 16.00
6' X 9' Cotton Ru .................... 25.00
FOR YOUR DINING ROOM
"*CinIt'na- e ua ts .......... 575.00
o ...No........... 1 5 ...... 580.00
sets..100..00


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FOR YOUR BEDROOM
"New Yorker" stl f two colors ......... s Soo
u0 MEf 7. 22.00
Chd 's.dma.. Adoor,, S abelve. .... 9. 0o
FOR YOUR KITCHEN .
"Astral" MUtrle ItHffigeratorn .......... 175.00
"HOt ga s t de ees No. 319-J ..... 3.00
"-nterp a heaters., electric.
gla. ........................... 160.00
"FazntW water heater,
leatrie 1 ga ...................... .90o
'faot"' war heater.
-lect?-1. lat....e..... ........0.0
"Shiaot" Ml-Automatic toater....... 12.00
FOR YOUR OFFICE
i d:................from 2.95 to
"rntc -tppewriers 19o. 2000 ........ IW.O0
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to all ENGINEERS, ARCHITECTS
and STUDENTS -
Today, tomorrow SATURDAY andMONDAY
we're having a SPECIAL SALE of eugineeriug
and architecture articdl Come to our store
on Tivoli Ave., sw feB ae Aucoa P.O. a
take advantage f R BIC BARAINS o
famous brand namne IWe Keuffel and Eber.

LEWIS SERVICE JInc.
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SACRAMENTO, talEf. .- '?- o Qa of ual W -
-- t^ reservation of the old kday as they p r
--(oNA)- Exelu. I bidden Patrice We Wy re 1ah s station, ruthe nfro S LJ. a evlde e tro l
Grace ias con ifor cocktails, hi Ialp lad .other a., hie begun heqp. ibtg faw ci 4 rlud,.1
s.r :;firewater. n acig-up ey kidney.con. R danie, t r co 31.
a Gme 4etio( ..Mont torner #ay. Ct's -The Hcolor, danger and ,ae to come tbrt
offilmsto sprouted a be ardshipof the relay i c enlece Lossgan, s
en loan- uts ----- bides aoss the allowing
thtB o p t I ing witt a ot Sp 2oIe' ^ ?
reot of suspension at, Jimmy Cagney's appearance as west has tu en uncoveredIn som by the young .l Vii
refusing an inferior George lM. Cohan in Bob Hope's the mementoes to theteopathic surgeon. She
.won't fright the lady. "Eddie Foy and the Seven Litle dark, dusty build of same-o we iwalk',"dttwo hour
Swealthy. she inherits a Foys" will bring back mlenaers i nento's "skid row. t in p a e wad t eto
million five ers of "Yankee e Dandy" in The Historic Landmark Commis- e her leg was it i ng a.
ppa Jac Kelly, a Philadel. which Cagna played the hoofer pion, created by Sacramento's
costrac o. council to estae!u contents r o ., Miss Susan eates; a
"Hoape, by the'way, will be emot. old building -an decide mthe n f ld l one-time tBy View
quote from Burt Lan- ing with a total of 21 different ability of turningIt into a museuna, laboratory technican
h 'to nix the role of infant-sized and teen-age kids in has turned up several O m lt.ed from California
asterson in Sam Goldwy 's the film. out ning the original route of Against m contradicted
version of "Guys iand Dolls". Pony Eipress. o e pard's sworn statement
of 1%.L other films. I hope I'm around the first time pards sworn statement
a sad sack about it. I've he discovers a scene stealer in the Each point on the maps, from that they had never been Inti
wanted to take a crack at croAd. It could mean murder! St. Jo via Salt Lake City and ever mate.
g-ad-dance stuff." --- the Sierra Ne- ada to Calfbrna ,Mifs Hayes is waiting at her
a has Its own stories for herl ad -
ney Sinatra j t there's no There was. *n. azing tribute to uper-human effort of the men
R of a reci o n after Suzan Ball'I abilty to walk with bringing the mail to Califorfigr l .
Od t'he warder in Nevada! .he rtfiecia lee during filming 10 days.
aolaes Fairbanks, Jr.'s, lat- of "Chief Crazy Horse" in Soutn One of the most legendary of
biainess sideline-introducing Dakota. these tales is the story of the 3
-Into British movie houses. mile ride of Pony Bob Haala one
S oes his chance to become Ann McCrea was made up to of the most famous of the den,
become her exact look-alike. for Has! m started at Reeds Sttion
yp i climbing scenes. Spotting unhan- or the Carson River, Netv. and '
Ie TIREMENc T for Ursula dicapped Ann on the location, a rode round trip across most of the % OSWALD JACQ0
ma, new bride of Robert Toy- tourist said to a fried: stnte to Bucklands. Nev., 'ow Written for NEA Servtie
I pown as Ft. Churchill. He made .
he's due to see her first Amer. "There's SBee sOW. saw her tie rideaon the offer of a SM bonusNOT (D 1
movie, "The Americano," yesterday. She walks a little stiff. after other men refused to try to NORTH () 1
S.and she confided to a pal legged." through stepped-up Ute Indian 6 10A08 4
After seeing it I we just de. -- -yj-. raids in the' area. b A 10
,t MAUtJO- *04-8E LE won-. a At each of the stations betwienm A 82
divp rbc jIRhadle r t two points Haslam foqpd the BUM E AST
Months ao, but hea the kidkles of station-keepers, some 4 6K
,tor A.alfred fitc o s quote ,Idies have been house guests at his i reshly scalpedet, At'one stop-red. S 13
I aon newspa ra a s howlnew Apple Valley hideaway. Both even the horses were missing 'o s t2 Q 167J
il. directing y Grant ininsist its Friendship ad n ot slam rode his tired mount on 6 J.3 4 9 1
otorboat o o Catch aw reconciliation. isgother 30-odd miles to the next OUTH
he told a visiting British Bruce Cabot's unhappy, too, with fter a few he oundars rest he ade 6 A Q 7 3
Sth pe ,0~pe oh the return trip. And backateed's
h ,j otmu14rbea J )gment I. J i4 .io 4 tM lon 380 .,iMles, two days and
nhea. ep an Hdsrke "If hadn't been for the h s e
convised stht. .1a B Neither side vlt
Allan Dwan-wanted a con test it, eoine excitement, I'd be tired." 'a- es rr east lat wa
g wrmwoo fr I na- Bu a sff lo Bill .Cody hels the ree. 3 4 1 V 1 6 PIN
war whoop from He also asked for the h r ad fo r an Pn o the lns o-prenass IV Pmu
)b 4,een Mw i da Shter- t hd for the longest non-stopre in se.rd4, Pas
i!i hhave his daughter thiowever. C o d y rode =3 miles' 4 P as
t11 nen ma war Rome for part of the year. stopping only to change mounts, Poa Pass
Sate. Baragerl a roun trip between Red Butte OpSealng lead- 8
,44e J,?ames l". and Rocky Ridge, Wyo., o nan-
repl i Man y other Pony Express route. At one t-- -"
repiedMany Hidest he crossed the North Platte s one of the most
4i el ndian-s do in the River three times in less than. : 9in that I hlaedsearlntai
". Ida d mile to avoid desperadoes. He lon time It was played early this
averaged 15 miles an hour on the ampr ng let Cte ao tour.a
Jim Stack, The move tb preserve the Poe~yrd well- wn hiladelphi
s Us gasping. Such ex- Expres station here comes after ex -..eot
rt .Ray Gilbert's one failure.., The building, a two. -' mni 11d wat on the
cuteG story bric and stone structure ap eaJdi,, but h didn't like to
ItcU' Gasnet w: skVve to the c 1the ity in 1m i pass. en North ot
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East. He cashed the top Gelab and
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my would dis-ard a diamond. This
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his jack of spades Cwfrd there-
fore won 12 tricks a'eCa elear top.
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ruff. of course, bt the underruff
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tw afternoon at the Jutian Franeo
)rack *ein they vie for top honors in the two
red -.50 seven-furong events-the ninth and
th races-for horses in this group. Aq told to AstY rry G |
.class hore Begonia, Piropo II and Rgal Putting Is whe th e Uo
at, improvement Chum. A goad putter Iso a o. :,
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co will be under the handling of preach, but,e
comers Iid Basur, El Re-. apprentice Joh;ny Gongora. al ,aup
ad C& es reportedly othe o ir two' bedun e d trws e -r -+,. ^Un -fl S1 J
* better, shape this ek in the race re Persian C6untsa u o r
uld taiy the whole pot (Aurello Kent) and-Valley River and slkias it
51 jockey Enriaue Canales (Joke Iees). the "experts" do The-utan04lt
the leg up on Lord Basur. not think these latter two will s should be
do Chanis will be aboard El bother the others. 1 comfortable on, .
% __K 'Flare; is slated Nine olher proapecuve thrillers The tpe
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YORK Aug. (NAj -
drpped an d, e-
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over his head unk
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le old Brown Bomberhad 4ost
,-Wai trying to leave the W.
it as qucldy as posdble. It
.all Trainer Mauny eamon
do to drag his hired tiger
into the enclosure for the
In.
ulis, greeted the announce-
t that he was the winner with
nk, unbelieving stare. '
o uy never could act and it
hm money now that he is
a stage where a little natri-
b is expected.
0ids, 40, has been touring the
west as a wrestig referee,
.- se. He reportedi s ha.
L 4 for each. showing. Re
s of what he gets from the
national Boxing ,Club, the
):picked up two or three Unea
week has kept iM out of
Oed clothing. .
mis is not a good rassafn ref-
s, however, maily because, he
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at annoying gnats swiing- around
his head under the bright lights
of r. outdoor ring.
"Louis looked bored, to death,
even when the monkeyshine. cal-
led for him to shove one of the
long-haired ear massagers in a
e sture indicating that he would
e to belt'- him. The grappler
grimaced, shook his fist, made sure
that he was being 'held back' so
the hinted fight could not' take
place. The crowd, also weary hop-
ad ouias would foW $hroug."
Louis wouldn't do as a referee,
but there still, w a mney to be
mader ao he yy bo y mit-
W ApeiilfW h |beb! or re-
appeopancea-as a contestants
Louis agreed to put on gloves


eollqeedt Uo0 liuntaad~c(<50,' In.
form .Stan GortW "because he
gate, Mnomnced MB was
cloer to 20. L.^ was to lget
the rt al per cent of

"-The Waumu .Baio U Lumbqr-
jacks of the da u .t Wionhiu
State League,au tie o .ormg or-
ga imzatio4. saltrl pi wouldd haive
90, or mr tan hI guaran-
tee, but be dqepa Refunds wete
made .to disapoited, fans. The
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7th Race "H" Imported W 4 FVg .P : W.N Pool use: 4:95
Seconad Rae of the Docble
1-Charlier B. Agul. 110 .. ,mlstane auas.style S-1
,3-The Douche ,1. Bravo 115 -JIn wtMntng form ionr 2-1
3-Wild Wire F. Midl, 10 -pean ses likely 10-1
4-Newbrighton A. Ve. 118:.-Bsrd terbeat byhmut- 2. -
.-Mr. Foot L. O 118 Not against these --
f.-Toleta-o J. P Mi a 1-.Joorw recent races '.i
7-Vampiresa A. Yeasa 102 -Distance handicap. 5-1
$+-Henry Lee 0. Sa. 115 returns rom laUoft .1

Ith Raee "O" Importe.d r FgP : H9M I.sp et .: 4:

I-Tom Collins B. L 110 -Muast Improe me *-1
3-Rose Hip A, Y l -11

5-M-lttloar A. Gona. -Needs better rler 10-
6-Rurlecano V. Brown 1t. -oIthng recently 30-1
7-(Chispeante A. VaOs. 1 6 -Sebma much the bht 3-1


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1-Chingrl -A. Val. 118 -Lst was revealing 21
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3-Lord Basur & a. = A8-eaortedly*fad" 3-1
4-Verticordla J. .1% a. Re os ntnder 3-1
U-El Regalo 0. I -Ood wkouts 4-1
6-Dixiprincessa F. H 106 -4kmurnty off form I14i
7-Westow A. cama 16 o-L .ah* lbty 8-1
-Oranero P -Cant be ioted 10-1
S-Cames K. Fla 115 -Chance agailnast the se 8-1

1th Rawe "r" Importe I Fp. fPr.e: SlWM .. uaS: 5:M
1-P. bountess A. Mna 110 -ast was too 0-1
.rValley River J. ? -oi 3l-1
S-:Regal Chum B. g. effort 4-1
4-Piropo II Cana. to top form 4-1
-Benia L W. 1 -Returns fropi layout 5-1
6-eg l Bsu* A. V I -Ftirm indiats even-
7-Kiomco J. Gongo. 10k.-Dangerous thsm l 1.-1.


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r will start "Leg the people know the truth is safe" 'oa
WON thin 4000 "
*COnal gone's Latin TWENTM-NlTH ZAn FPANAMA, X. t.' 4UUST 6, 19. -
of children InHostilities E In Lo
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recve their rouble Continues in Vie
i s Classroom work
k.the following day. HANOI, Indochina, Aug. 6 a Red flag from a marcher's A high command spokesman tant "iba*l
(UP) Hostilities ended today hand. said last night the freeing of war dochln:..
Iapees from grade one to in the Jungle kingdom of Laos but Observers in Hanoi and Saigon era will start next Tuesday Sve t
oftX will be taught In fighting dragged on in south Viet- predicted more demonstrations in wI000 prisoners to be freed Red Riy
i*i, t ya with all text nam, where the ceasefire does the free territory. Communist agi- 4l deri
a o material not become effective until Wesnes- tators have given Vietn amese ,sto was presumed that, as Ia a faca der
jisL nil3gsh will be day. slogans such as: "Long 11 v e i ese of U. S. JaJ Ga. W1. adnilatr a i":
il a mbject. The curri- The French high command peace. Long live France. Down ll F. Dean in NIorea, the last '->
Will be patterned *i sold there were no reports of with the Baoo Dqiist puppets." prisoner to be released ti
e apoeble afterthat of ffgtlng in. LUs alter the- ease. The Communists apparently w be Brig. Gen. Chrbatin d ev t
nm 8SehooI fire became eMectlev at 7 a.m. were going out of their. way to C es, hero of the battle of there
on in grades seven Communist Vietminh units at.I split the French from t he I r eSBite Phu. alealRmLs
S13 continue to be tacked -sb ed, Frech .Union South Vietnamese allies who new violence brdle out as to stawe
telin English but it posts in sodiVietnai m but fall- are still under the leadership of flneh authorities ex pressed tader ae.. a
Sto convert some of ed to capture any "of them. playboy "emperor." Bte fears the Vietminif Communists i t
M Into Spanish It prac- The French high command said Dal. ae winning the politically impo.r- i n.
as the year progresses. the rebels blew up a road near -o eue
al the, summer months. Saigon, wrecking a truck a n doe Taa
for I"ntensive teach- Ahigh command spokesman lte
iprepara- said Communist-inspired riots in v e
to pan. south and central Vietnam had -of Delta
._,eB3r B ~brought the death toll to 23. A A"*. a' *R M Ve, e
ttnth, the Two men were killed at the Tou. r Ant Anmofr an R0tlnn 'c
r re by grades rane Naval aid. air base, and F I A ti mlEll ua Ri o ting one, 9% t miort.
ad, for the Vietnam soldiers killed 30 attack. million lees t i
o at Ing agitators ear the ancient An -- A aable, thim
I tsoA, theonly. on hope 1 rf .bal,.
In the ob asenamesec Vietmf s BREMERPHAVEN, ea r many, fined apartments to German ement to lOl e ...ba o
S W" at soldier at Tran I so t ~ A 6 (UP) The U.S. Army tenants.. and give fre iti -chane
SVietnam when tri s st sa today teen-age agitators German householders and in the coun *wde that
ch Vietnam when e tred s from Soviet Germany probably shipyard workers routed 100 po- will take price IntiaSira.
.sElstJa Sthe pro- Were to blame for West Germa- 11cmen from the housing coi-
rm and sony's first serious anti-Americ4l imunity in the big eat post-war U a
ala. deortment of n r outbreak since World War II. rebellion against the American
aN Abduction. Peli SecNky An official Army statement occupation.
t3 '1Zul",ror of the lorM said "local citizens!, believe the
-t"aigh School r housing riots in which two Ger- Housewives, some of them
9hA of the Pan- m an policemen and a number of wielding pitchforks, and other To Rw s
n 'i "a V ianists ai housewives were reported injured occupants of the homes marked n
for!S th ViuiShSl U i pi this week were "the result of for replacement with a U.S. mollO A fE Al
'., M I ompnunist sponsored meeting tary housing took part in the
'' BBT ( Aheld at a local meeting hall...n demonstration.
S. LN, (PU) A The statement said. WASHINtO N, A (UP)-
"W1t1.' are being WestBrer for the Be- "At the meeting were approx- Five thousand employee of State partmentotff ltpro
ted Sates arl Office formerly headed- by Imately 150 teen-age oun sters nearby shipyards stormed to d yto keep a ring
6 IF the Ca. Dr.itto John lisapweredatft from (oviet-held) Atouk... their aid and thpn marched to A Rod 11a' a ;s"
lIce s aiy whO were in Bremerhaven al- the city hal to present the case aoen anus Br air.
"nrmap Corn- lgo d to a d a cultural to Mayor Oerhard Rumpt lideur d.s.."" t
lp n 0 ,lia -.s to,.l ...w-9
6sa. But it dd
l e nie avoent pro eat a- problem, and le oft the ty tense
t a la n anta S. order requisitioning Gards were placed at ell Us. to d0ll t
filo near the borders i OIthn e houses housing prothe asgIa, ad .e world. hte
fpe (. tte iear the bo-rde Brmahaven Iice, reinforc- work wa caed of at those am telNcd ti AIe
f space andn ed by "lert u from nearby under construction. pro
isoperm0t o Mny. Breten, cordoned off the area Offlcla said it wa, likely hat
Cjtho-ecntwor^ man last todamym but made no immediate Casualties were light. A num- the United States would
roiled- e i t^ ata et to enter the houses, ber of women were reported In- he matter to the atten o
a t wasd Ge an. authorities emphaslz. Iured or or overwrought d take te United Nations If In
full n ir-?de 1c" 1 6d, -hnowever, that they are de- away in ambulance. aut hoapl, formany.
_____ _rpheir sid of termm tdo geo ahead with pre. talks reported aone'-ol srIousl i e a L
S 'j k.WJ dl opeared l the .authorities reqisftioned eral others mauled. on J t when two e blho
SI aeInthe eil'at e request of the A strong Red mil.irlty o, din the
*i Ut o ilern e s Wesat 'ermlkn government as the the wll thad wokes p o ed a d h o e



Slh eu ldtos water taken nyes. The Rkilled hineseth rfued ven
V en ommut Berlin when s The mayor ad e had sats- ae p the a r n a
vl ered hs services to the wed a delegation e kers wienu weredevered blv

f t tionallt Front," toured a without ma say promes to diplomat. The United
Sotructlon project on tali call o the home on p e y-n not maintain dl
a had anak in the Ca two Red plane Therw no
S or dina ed nto the East Pa S Being Mlde o
.i .. S O a has not been Forr Bo ia n Bulldozer Hits
Swo rdta)e nngl y or Rea lured tre. K Chine s even MI O
S hBerlin when- To PIJohn np cen MiP en .j Po h
r Plans to p aaLnt John RobahAert- pt Hi
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ne Du ior a e, was iven c natve Tur day. th e rench canal r u ildes rpln
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Urb 40 tae o vnly new allega tion made by .rhK e
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Odd esatniluen~sced PU'f I RicanN-_IScouts Ben.
Moss is a 'victim of Jamin Negrona. O pedestal, and
." He said that if Pedro Malave prepare for the
O*ilatunlst Party mem-- second anniversary of Puerto
-W is produced he is (UWco's Commonwealth status on
Mse was unaware her ,luy 28, by giving "Miss Lib-
S?1Stered In it. erty" a shine. The replica of
l that the Army's the famous U. S. statue was
aS almost 'word given to San Juan, by the Boy
S lme charges that Scouts -s part of the organiza-
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