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:
AA00010883:00799

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att k may have been-coordi-
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noument of now aa .tn
e v-aid -to Communst- held
Bort Vietinam.
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Btatei;,'Jltiln. FIC06ee are
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Zealand, "e P n h$"
wll be -eced wth tre-
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It was considered significant
by some observerss here that
thUi "massla" attack was made
ust south .of the frontier of
Commuhist North .Vietnam. -
If the Communits are invad"
Ine Laos, ths. EATO council of
foreign mlnsters must. "do
something about It," Philippine
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He added that on the basis of
news reports "it seems to be a
revolution of the Pathet Lao, a
00munist organization in Laos.
The thin to be determined la
whether it Is a civil war or an
Invasion."
. In case It is an Invasion, the
eSAT'O council will have to meet
ad decide what measures to
e under the provisions of the
ManUla SEATO treaty, he said.
The treaty throws a "mantle of
protection" over Laos, Cambo-
dia Mad South Vietnam.


And Boy-Frnd Held
taR. 14 HoIldup
DETROIT. July 0 (UP)-A man
and a 17-year-old girl pith
three pistols] pinned to her un-
derclothes were held today in
conneetion with the holdup of a
Cleveland Trust Co. branch la
Jan 44. i
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lice search as Mr. and Mrs. Mel-
vli ;. 'Sfls remained in hiding
rather than surrender the blue-
eyed child to its natural mother
for plaeement with a Catholic
The We-ses have been In seclu-
don with the child since July 1
when their latest movRe in a two-
year legal battle to keep the
child failed.
The couple have raised Hlldy
since she was 10 days old. HM r
mother ds Mrs. Marjorie McCoy.
Reynold nullified the adop-e
tion, based on a 1960 law that
bans lacmn-faith adoptions "how-
ever pr0etial." But appeals have
delayer4 its execution for more
than two years.
Ells has a seed to rear Hldy
in the Cathollc faith as a condi-
tion ofthe adoption.
"We love her, we are the only
parents this little girl has
known. She loves us. Well do
anything to keep her" s.lls said
before gihang into hiding.l
The Catholic Charitable Bu-
reau- which will place the child
In another home has not com-
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The United States Citizens Association op the Canal Zone is opposed
in part to a number of the concessions granted by the United States to t.I
of Panam6 in the treaty of Understanding and Cooperation and an anci(d .i
meant signed in Panam d last Januay. "
The document was later ratified by the National Assembly of Panama6;
before the United States Senate for consideration.
Certain concessions are opposed by the USCA on grounds of polky oW
others ore opposed if the financial burden they are expected to bin rm
the 3700 US citizen employs of the Panam6 Canal Company and e C
Government, but are- not opposed if their costs are to be borne by the US
or by a Congressional appropriation.
USCA members "do not believe at the people who o euver
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drew up the treaty are in accord as to its meaning and 4. withdrawal of
how it will be applied," and that sufficient study was not Ahen employs--I-viing
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given beforehand. 6. Subsidization of INSL,
They say "our government (the United States) has ployes and panamaMai
sacrificed too, much,., and does not realize the far- 7' A ,. j
reaching effects." A o-ng .,
And they foresee a "dangerous situation" in which a.tcwe W.s W'-
"Panam6 asks for another treaty concession, asking that kc fla
the entr Paemem6 Cpae! be jIrned ever to Item. afterr ,.


Sr t o.s" until 4, durftoe fastened to her under- The Pilot, weekly newspaper sition on e treaty and agree- any non-S.
t i ae year of which he wase turned w safet piswith p nd of the Boston Catholic iarchi mnthe l an eight-page memr We, the Unitd States citizens observaSo, ai
tha a 1 sning, Ash kin. native ro ly. U I l they found several other guns. a cese said editorially, the couple anum of comments presented resid in the Canal Zone, do recommendation
l tar wa afire No a native of Brooklyn e a uan "deliberately reared for M to the Appropriations not be that the people who ber
- the ew S identified b yw Yo graduate inw s w tr o Jewelry and watches heartbreak of a later time" when o tee o the United States drew uu the treaty are In ac- ens Au oc o
sea was iacounti m the WalPltw U- sa ar e U n ". d.i. r eis t covered five weeks after senLate cord as to hs tan and ow Indlvdua t,
o chol o Commeree in cn er ws born that the mother The memorandum was not it will be applied, rculrl lte
Rkway. sd d p i s ud troupe r cunfs and $400 In wan ed the child back. iven verbally to Senators con- wit refern to h United Memor
Wfor theu nf~exlastent ar rt sthe leading proe- Iey Findsn Out Mn 't e ide Tove nSd t ate a reurent and e the Ue
by e. won en T r whh ,.he yr Finds Out ,si ae N h -. Duffy's Tavern immediate needs. It was present- o lrad ac tat rib- which wil are
c sted in the Clveimnd t -to
oty c4ee hecscoe oloyeph rdtrouser ande $0a nted easi areadink. by dnte has To he eIle berfi Assoca- p n wthe PAl
ol'r-csplltds 9 Iona searc h and a c. fld s Public account
Se t itute o Accountants th e d ChIiCA gO, Jul e (UP) A beryl by n pRossi


f e indment one Ca ter of the American and $1000 ate past year. M d lunch room will never be Ten specific termed all ad nal financial ans In payment of haa
bu fo bri1 a-e smoney..Dlweg and thus bemepart small number of citizen employ- pay wokg and


t a 4l charger o Red Crs and is on, the Canal Johnn w padmstted tkne a y said the e Jhn lson primary concede en tety o tons to
oarado. oe Comomltt. He was ls getting only 27.50 from dropped ian h is esnged Ure disns ed. Panama, a he burden wil be or n
o and Ten cunta o n the pewnbroers for eah 3 bock- t r TA Ae wie Beatrice, a waitress In the Unoppse Is the proposed paced o the t- me t;
Sfrom e a member p of PaeamA and ed, but sad he had a "rtlen- LAUENCE HABO, N establishment eenmp ofunced or. an enatly in prise and lets em loyes. .ton be $nactd tol
F r .a eo whp Nce Inal Ha is e. Mrs. tal" attachment tfo his cash Police said W(lso n was driv ng on the treat itself. st Wion iw enlactke to e to Sen- ment by hat t
had ed e on the board of and liked to be able to get back In by the tavern Thursday es out o he US Te ry, S te, concurrently with ratfica- that amount ov
a then Ch oter of the American and $1000 n the t year. ght when he spotted Beatrice not the Panama Canal Co all- to n of the Treaty, pass a reso- effect t he
l aan, mtive a the Cage J ohnson admitted h as a s ntena n K shekhe s40. me since JohnWier. onHe riary. concept on as a fithrm exprty oblation of 2. bornebythe
z o aro onf Cae r COnMmitte.. He was los., getting nly n$d2i.5ofromthdroppednonhos.estrmanteddUSCA were di Panama, a hgeburden .
enk and A ad l na comn ing totunhiI the pawnbrokers for each hock-TAIPI July ()Genera wife Beatrice a waitress n a the UnoA is not opposed to te the people of the United tater-s TO eref;
the.onXp .PW PD ofPsammA andaed, but said he had a I"ntimen- i establishment. ....o Jump of 1 amunw In pilse anI.. m yes. ion be e ted- to.
m h. l tw York mahe- U M obl e, wh Mrs.o as l" attachment ed o his cashan Kalshek su on sahed Withr lson was rv Canal anuidsty provided in th We would ff e that whsee these N- pa by
jhooph .had osed ,nnos onth. board of|and liked to be able to set k Rekds I Ung by the tavern Thursday eomes out of the US Treasay, ate, concurrnty with ratific-that amount over 1so
T nal. o.e GiPIl..obtu ad| the samebl nightt when he spotted Beatrice, not the Pansma Canal con- tion of the Treaty, pass a nr- effect the i! s.o
41id.:to qMR+ t iveInth ~e C4ese "Everybody nas a sentumenta40i, behind the counter. He an.nton as a firm expression of 2.
n a w 4its wd '2o" eL 8Ur .3 m coming t o the lIt- attachment v for money,h Motitl- TAIPEI. July ().--eneralls- wheeled his auto in a U-turn USCA Is not opposed to the the people of the.Uited States TOU
bee kheConacu- h NeCu subreug, chose to become Police seized Johnson n the ed his top aides to map out the tavern, backed out, then treat but object to what It concessions are being made to It s e b to e
that he sh Amerln citizen and was complaint of pawnbrokers that plans to prevent the Red Chi- backed Into the lunch counter terms the "giveaway of health Panama, it is to be expressly un- relinq te right
ga aturalized In Washington in he was not redeeming his pawn nese from getting into the Unit- and sped away. and educational flites, rail- derstood that the United
how to operate I S. tickets. They thought t. re ad Nations, the United Press No one was hurt but police road terminals and apprtenan- consider the Panasmt a Canal as result in a tlru aa
-., T -.- ----- .^- must be something illegal about learned from highly placed charged Wilson with attempted as, quarters, Washanlt Hotel one of its most vital assets. nd dlon atin e Q a,
pawning money. sources today. assault and and pool and other mprove- notwithstanding the word of a few year
Authoriaes thought so, too, Chiang and the admirnistra- clous mischie, and jailed him ments paid for by US taxpayers, the treaty and the Memoranm of sante nar
'r SSed but couldn't find anything to tion were briefed on the latest in aleu of $3000 bal- Tey say Panama should re- of Understandings asReached of theUnitel
SATLANTA Ga.. July 9 (UP)- charge Johnson with except dli international developments by imbuse e cana orthe UR nothg Unde be otred ther- Paama te S_
NY, u tate Labor- Commissioner.am orderly conduct. foreign minister r bu o Y imburse the Canal or the US notg --l be construed mo
(UP) redTlerT. Hulet swid today be wisd I'm not trying te gyp aawho returned riday te tTreasury rcot ob n d iwto thent- beIpre th e
(u-p) ---l e f. dTle. ,, oreDments transferred or togbe e 8hyU nf n sovereigntywof
trd- ore sce about looking for Morrisey, somewhat nettled on San Francisco. (UP)-Bookmakers were greatly Unoppoed Is the wthdaw Canal Zone and any vetal orlower Inst
e-ev d t&t o f.ll cite m Ip lo es un C-rhn commitmenhp to. and ever o1
e He stjobr that thhcase was brought be- Yeh said yesterday he belev- relieved today to find that p d
at the any of the recent fore him atll, pondered and ed the majority ofU. member l ice who appeared outside their from non-u s Itens is do Panama made by anyeo o n e
e rtoe Dis 1epebloloo o porlUal or t come4 I to his of- dismissed the charge. nations were still oposed to fa vorite ,hts near the rail- t resde 1in e e e s tve f the Unte Se itom st
..id i n onyte Would bathing suits so "There's something in the admission of.the Pelping Conm- road stlim yesterday with ead thi does not result f l Sha e inndoi untl iet ris ughtless mlu i
The fry t ed In only they could head for the beach wind here, but I cant seem to munst regime into the world or- cameras were only talking hng eommsary s.. ratified b the o s the
h.adveak. The rest afterwards. smell It," the Judge said. gaalizatiomu photograph, course.. e [. CA objects, -e. _s.-om81 Senate.
T h1 fi uemen le e ngth wht It dC* aet offsets of thex new the n lmoe
GeorS CL n-o Tk#ue fa re e a e.lbonio ircrrCl rc. hoer Wi t tRve omm On
SGeorga Threatens i' o se tate UtWiyersity Law S6a6rasCco-rlicnd rr antd eS-tie s t oem- ae
U citizen employees of theCreais g than Is anicip and Ipl of
ol !nal. It submits a long list can be realized by the generl- for eonul
ToVi W orom I erl W ,nc ,r lnnn l o For AdmAssoon, epurlichoaenotenoM
NepIg lvro Wins His Lopg Legal Batite FrrAdmiso s T sith e oess CONCwaenBIONS's hen
.',U. .7.-0 epUl B lle me e lo-f of lsth o grounds. USCA foresees down- these effects It would be neea-in-Ifp rodu',
--V 6 o a. o__re P'-...-e la. .. '.,.l d inwr of position s. It says thi sa y lto reside n th e Z one aa n d e
MoR-rev e aled .ANTA July 9 (UP) The .B *prem couxt heldM woulf .i. B@ex week a series e.inx the at ae legislature to a- will disappoint non-US citizens period of several months; to ac- t
Srg pu Sool ga tob cfer ewt of- bolish public schools a Iorder to ald a i e s qualified US person- ively partipate in the every toary an.tar
auM f un.r srM1. ftcll4 .a Otheri state o on the "avoid riots, disorder and ten- nil to seek employment elmse- day le and. m that arse standards wil
e i a to trodued today In where. It objects to equal status as a result a tison prac the s stand
A&*H elor!. GOW..c a ruto has awlp thet lof of citizens with non-ctizie In t Uced by thee tisens who give the only onesWE
10001^SSE MSB L -iw V eS to dea Sen. Albert 3oativeu of lo- career Civil Service. up the ad"&,
4_.u al,"?ewLierthat TO- the stah to camy mingham, chairman of a o Spiraling prices and pooree the. Idv.nI4 3 rd In ReMgen
C^ al u-thouta romteethat In- nitts. whieb studied the segre- qualities are foreseen If there is able theirna this privilege (Art. iv
-4as B "would gitima issue for a year. said the terminatlon of manufacturing of extep4tog world-wide marl-
S- f during my ad- amendment would provide "nec- and processing of goods for sale tinme tttlu.
I T a- This promise will wary flexibility to handle the In the Zone and If there Is fur-
thwi X4 itorg0 'siB, lwith V isut1,1110lidp14any andpall hazards school situation." other restriction of the source of VSCA LSTS PRIMARY tary standards
0 g5Sga gt to p14and 801tth A lso r- a e articles tor sale in the Zone. CONCESIONS' the United Sta
.. ttUil.! .Ba tsatl he though ht the ut ast Arkana school nger i also foreseen that Among the primary concs- parent of
Inis tbow"r1g R-hue tEh -soy ciation f the A4- officials at the town of Rodse sgna standards will fall in s&ons directly effecting the pan- Food ad
well O n mnt of urod Peopl are planning to go ahead with the terninal Mites when 'the ama Cafal -Ompany/Can a tndard .
i eW.detb Ie 4k: nasst M i what It says about mixed classrooms when the tall United states rlclhe Its Zone Goverment and the United .
re it the sA. 10N US ct 8 -oa 5u u4n an torm opens. rigbt to -aitrol station there. States an, na : VB
11--'ft m f-- lS "S School Spt. Z. Vance sid Substandard lowering of sanl- 1. Ilerefued Annuity from -
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more Zone kids in for fo then could find thm.

Ihte no joy tta .o iNuwk .;for te aor -in
Litan mf ay siupa.t#bel eeanlcs, the could

work the length ,f e vacation on Rad's frickshaw, with.
Sot even av me than begun to remedy ta resem
banoe to'= f mlaloHft&lawoo stuntHaan* *

As I wta saying, aboutA these Zone kids ookiig for4
summer Job. The Panuma Cnmal, hamstrung by middle-
aged children at ply In the General Accounting Office,
Ic1a es tohr _.^! funds to tae B on me kids
over the30. -1 t la-. ,r. n -"s
so fo t uld be, dole g the twho ouat-y
Yt a kin ed whom th t oy tht a Ithee er slo
Iw ion ekg d ou" o so thatm- au .-fnm"
WMIP g or the NI
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eough to worr about, would be mighty hard put to ex-
plain to the General Accounting e,or whoever panels
out his vacation Pesetas. twenezd to .tl twenty years S
or so to rap thewa ofleting one kid draw
somine lns cant quot of quetzales on SmrO hun0e
Compn through te summerv&sCa .
II-ltma by, lbm of- ai_ '-toy.sof .t !Eakbe
biteatess risk:whse thLe thought flt m e some .
tMies the GAOs calculations may not be 1.0% correct, {
#=far as they )w-on queptipae of )wW-batpl1

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marketing system would equal a
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alad se ., eaw of
w-moA-t'* aW .of.the lbcsl
TbtL'e a bs1 1e-pobiWy walked
rttole oil -the birds of Pan- and ungle, -ad have never
aum;,en Wednesday next we yet n=a m4n. I a t he wood.
aM .teWS 8ate .spit a new of la. They litay be
mnmint. ithet- btat hey certainly are
.uee. have~ at.. har8dto ff. "
tempted to dbitubu some of -
the unusual habits and so- IfarrO Cowrado
tions of our common birds. In
the tbtnew a tet In tl, istt.- role X want
m ah4, a e,, tha rteC. to t nettnea .
ma rkl i D variewil o .oq.tl
life Of Idth s af. 'ou'to be e y g
it, eits t"i~ge Ithat here iAt o ':'
In'10 ritual .smuralan, .te ps* Im anl d, of cau mSra, I
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pie ztuth aIn y t am con- .
view that, a ie.. resd stht h DTon't ii t i.veld thouh,
met i ecple haior monu. or you wtr~ miauf 0 what
met pSil n" i bpt ith an ia jotfe. -I ug-.
is ha ted by ferocious ani- out Barro Colorab l ,a4-,
mAli nd venomous snakes. es ecial recommend the two
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t at d's see .,o n-of tlhsi's
A N .5 thi VfbA o m ony in thi -mature
un f It-reusfni Sorest, such as ,t he Created
Ss Guan Turey" and

J E It woffvant to ee a.ome'of
-d de lan ce ".e birds which .0e
a erpent In o In mat ire
this-- peace au 5 int na hary to go
Nolvthe army ants to Sarro Ooloradt, however.
as being afe t"ol 'irwheln 'llile Tre *two easily aec-

'WI Tm PCBCHASI Or JitC
Webcor Ravinia or Musicale
we will funlsh absolutely free Dlamon stylu regularly
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When. everything has been said and done, men
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home... In almost every family men are the ones
who earn the salary and the women take care of
the expenses. But above all every houeswife knows
that a DOLLAR SAVED IS A DOLLAR EARNED.
We think the lady and her husband will be Sears.
Roebuck customers... and that in many instances
both of them will enjoy the pleasure of shopping.


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Other times they will take the children with
them. Because they will find everything they
need for the home:. the family... and for the car.
at SEARS, ROEBUCK.
The savings you make today at Sears, Roebuck
will be the guiding star for your future buys in our
store. One thing is true in all languages, "A DOL-
LAR SAVED... IS A DOLLAR EARNED."
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RARE SCENE ON KITIMAT BEACH Is three gals without a
gu..fPhstoegsPher happened along as Miss Betty YWaer
I(ragh wae telauin with Mrs. Pauline Sivester and Mir. tis
Rushton.
By DOUGLAS LARSEN 'live here form the nu cleus o
Kemano's social -life, which. ii
iFEMANO, B. C. -t'NEA)-This eludes Judy and which is active
"-North. America's new frontier' In addition, the recreation orgi
r singlee women. nized by the company for a i
F.or i.atnce: workers provides square dance;
Just a couple of Abnthb ago 22-. sports, sng and nvies. -
ear-old JC Iqasavas an aver-
ge Can .n ge ent secre-I -1'There's really more to do nbS
ry w.pming in go.iuver, going than in Vancouver," she claim
m Rovies a cole,'-of nights a *"but somehow everything seem
eek with,*e as,olnching pen- 'more relaxed and pleasant."
s, having a date once in aj
e, but generally pretty bored As with most young women he
th life.* ultimate goal is to get married
and raise a famuy. And sb
Today you'd think she was Miss claims she would be willing t
anada of 1955 with a million settle down right in Kemano. Bu
eks in the bank. she's in no rush to do either, a1
Her data book is fillpd weeks In though the chances of her stayin
advance. Evpry evening and single long with the m ar I a la
weekend It's either d ancin g, pressure what it is are slim.
imming, picknicking, movies,
idge parties or some socal af-
ir. t saving money without
in. couldhave a husband .
or by fluttering her eyelash.
Sany #e of sagores of hand- I

Sd m asn read an ad in the
pe and .ad .xo th' sie x-

Th ad was for a se%;Tiy In
timat, B.C., a city of about 6,000
sons fast growing into a new
addan industrial center. lo-
ver and about 100 miles sodth
Alaska.


Judy knew generally that Kiti-
apt was the town the Aluminum
company of Canada had created
it of virgin forest land for its
sw plant, which would some day
t the largest aluminum smelter
the world, It was put up here
l make use of the fabulous hydro.
ectric power which exists in:
ie mountains.
And she ad also heard that ther
xmpany had unleased- a cre w
City planners and sociologists.
, mak,. this wet, snowy, remote
muntry- as attractive as possible
the people needed to work here.
But she wasn't quits prepared
pr the single-girl paradise t hat
ey had fashioned in the north.
icidentally, they need more gals
w many jobs here and American
Is are eligible.
Fudy is a petite,- slim, attractive
Ulnette wire a quiet, relaxed
enner. It was her apparent sta-
a, sensible personauty that led
f. firm to hare ner oB the spot.
i suggest that she might even
o Kemano better.
lemano, they explained, is 50
iles from Kitimat where de pow.
plant tor ne ameiter is locat-
1. It isn't quite as slicked up
)d modernieu as KLumat,,,ist
is part of the same project-aqd
could go backs amn zort 'as
fch as sne wanted.
She agreed to try Kemano, and
t sorry.
the job that the city planners
ve dune is appreciated by Judy.
t toe ratio ou men to siagi
here, which is about 20
3u to one, is wnats reaU&*T.
t to her new way of S.,
U gh there are some pretty
construction worker types
Were are others, too. The job
plant have attracted plenty of
ng engineers, men starting up
vote businesses and other latel-
Oet, well educated Amer-
Canadian and Krdpbpn lads
to start careams I thlse
mis mg new territory.

y're really all Wederful
I woo treat you courteousay
jWst want to have tl," Judy

pi te of the heavy demand
S free tmie Judy is turning
a wek of excelled.
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used by woeMa who like th
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weather wear. An old-fashionei
aosegay holder (above) tha
MiS Thebom found in an
tique store keeps a claier
flowers In place sauM b4. .

(EDITOR'S NOTEi "M Ms&,t-
Blanche Thebom is alaM-eg fM.
well known for her -umlidash
floor-length hal dsWhe I ofor
being a Metrop Opera
star. In this sat Muen dx-'
tlusively for NE "I s


style for suimmerMeier
Its a real cblgasAdoMI ta k e
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Japanese women, w'
ways worn their hai
manner, thoroughly
the busiss of the I
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Written Ercially for NEZr -
Service

There certainly need be no lack x fit ic '3
of variety for women who wear P
chignons. Of course, mine is per- e
manent and I've made more of a
hobby of collecting hair or n a- P1 e
ments than many women w i -ll
want to, but a little imagination
is the main ingredient. Train engineers, when passing
Flowers f9r summer are nat- 'eah-.otheoa adjoining tracks,
urals. I sometimes wea .r'e a'l vs-.' llvt raf gesture to indi-
flowers, kept fresh in ai.' an atiqu kite a 'it ba on the approch-
aosegay holder with *..clip mot-lIfthiiU-aM e gineer can't see
tached, but artificial flowers tre. 1ie iba on his own train,
generally easier. G o o4 artifilst.j a' the other engi-
flowers are almost as pretty 8e nose, he knows
the real thing and Otter w ont po is.
wilt or attract wandering -.ees- .
My Easter "bonnet" was a It hit occurred to us that
thick cluster of tiny artificial it would be useful to have a uni-
buds, worn all over the chignon. versal signal for lipstick on t h e
I made the donning of his "hat" teeth. Nothing Is m or e discon-
easy by having hairpins attached certing in company than to have
to each stem. someone blurt out, "You h ave
Clips and pins can be arranged'lipstick on your teeth."
on a chignon in almost any way.
I have one soft gold French hair The only thing that approaches
oranament that is easy to wear this discomfort Is to see a woman
on the side. But there's no rea- with lipstick on her teeth and to
lson why pins or clips intended sit and wonder what to do. One
for other uses couldn't be used doesn't want to be tactless, but
to advantage, on the other hand, she doesn't
A chignon or bun hair ar- know how uatidy she looks.
rangement has the natural ad-
vantage of being good looking in Teen-agers, who are just ge t-
the rear view. But women who ting their cosmetic habits under
wear this style shouldn't forget control, are particularly ptone to
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it frame the hair ornament worn by Kabuki Ribbons that'go *t atdreaeal's
hose big dancers. They stick straight out also be worked in. Is
i flatterig at either .ide, They are hardly Don't ignou the :e. i) 2i
also a d i suitable for everyday wear, but in balancing the chignon wi-t
ire. I some- brVnging, coiffure interest, around something in front. I frequently tl
ell comb as, to the front is important to us wear two small fans of smooth as
wers on top buh-wearqrs. feathers, like those in the all- e.
Almost any kind of Jewelry over feathered hats, over my
can be worked into a chignon ears. This produces an effect of i<
ho have al- before it goes. up. Strings or a close-to the-face hat without Ct
ir in this' ropeq of pearls can be braided In. having to fit it over my chigpoa. e
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The tranlstioenal eetton ils a r wardrobe gap In midsmmer. from a .
Styled with t nartor elb6w-lea-th sleeves and in atrlp (center a *l" 11
ad *pla.i a of tfll It keeps the Wearer feelir Ughed eules, uOMr.
Iand looelang p-the-mlnfe. Shadow stripe by Helen Whbfln s Black WatCh h(t a mw
S(left)k t inblue with uAted tripe in royal blue. Back is ahrro cellarby- GR


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IT RS. WMOMEiLAWRENCE she cried, with intense irritatio
"Oh, stop picking on the b
On. Saturday afternoon, eight Your Piways at me about some --
Sa o,9 Mr. Fisher said to nis thing he's done! Where's he to '
, e-'e David doplay it not in this on back t-
a G, himb F le's just trampled yard'" Summpr prbly rodee a
p ass seed again. I wish ital resentment had abgIad itny fever r aLtr
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( Atw Ii) tot. gio to u Mrs Fliher into maSt* W
'lhe'd MM. this to Gra lly as her contem-t ftor caoer and w il
ave arheI d no uspjaj re husband increased, so did her llp as nicely as. A-00
YToud just have refud- f' %or her som. If Dave ov 0oe9, *t
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glk. itlh a T f .1 t' meont were .the lobby
charge of traini the ala Just ou t 4 al-r.
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$6,592 Reward
CLEVELAND, 0. (UP) A
woman's kack for using nail pol-
ish to patch up almost anything
netted a Cleveland aircraftt work-
en a $6,5=2 award.
Mrs. Iam.e Gabor, an employee


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Mrs C. 0. Frthe, U-flu, Mrs.
R. F. OlyuI, 63-3189, Mr. J. E.
Hague 83-31T.
Oorti .aipter No. 3
A aed meet will be hid
at the Gatun Masonic Temple
on Tuesday. At 6:1-5 ; .i a cov-
ered dish dinner will be served
and each member is request,
to bring a generous dish of th e
favorite vegetable or aalatt.
Past officers of Coral s
No. 3, will exemplify theplTt
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HAVD MAY I RAVI TQVR AUTOOBAP, TOOT author Joha E.
Minmer askAs Rlgadler-Oveeral Waldo E. L dlaw, as the general
pfetmita ed' py of Miater's book, T ,", to be auto-
rair li at' the paMF gien1 Friday wt w hoor
ty the oa1 Zme ranch of the ftl at rican
*01 WohaeA t the'Hotel TIvdll. Aat Ot Minter i tln
0', ,for. thi. lyear-old daughtFr hartt,. who .hI' dis-
Sln t.t wt he atopaph oo truc-
o onr "Jbb Hcock." ahg the
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FOR SALIs 195 ChmyMbt
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Phus foMaea 3-491. WANTMlT Qualifid Maleft
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ble.. nds ed ri m a pewI- Phone Navyu 23UI r so at A 4254.- FOR RNT:- Leoope dlurnish Cma*lP2. Pno A ste.. Me
4o?.,oameJk -" p=.ar N Au e FO Jk N eR MLU-,qpe 4.-du, Pies ,ha bbalco, tyle le eNm,,d
Phone Panama 2-050 end kitchen. A J llbImt Am. hyrIm ele, rubbr, oIl snmned. Allo wuuhuse, wlw). eA
sedltip., cog u 4p SALIs t191 Studebaker pew meas sri oborba suiable for store u ore shop, 700 a
Se t die. .Plo 4.4 eor Soda. bod tn anpes.- ae. fa? flt mu, nareat faeet loor spnes wi two drive- S gro
M phone. between 12 3 p.m., tl. Original wear. Call Navy until Feb. So. As new brake In ddoe. Inquire- 10r Jnitoart of, g
S N 327 9. 152. ki. Phone 5-360 after 4 .M. 4th July Av. or phme Hopkins
I I N FOR SALE:-5. loe rom FOR SALE: 1954 feur-dew FOR MSALIP-TwO Wruts b wAn db-
LN D RO CE tDO,-aand P 5pi w P* ti __. O_ RINT: Chroming, Erl, U tP. saaa.l1
$, a ct, 38ar0 ad. w ee it hsi raddle l Al bor ,i l4loWn. gO ftlh lseiad iparemiif in Zg I uvii-
82-5247. olravinSl.$S, lo.Slbeo i 4. FOR SAL3 -1- sped mreurd Ing ae m, bedroom, both, kitch-
h r. 25.eyele, ve rse.- en, balcony, hot water Phone
FOR SALE: One nfrilgeptr CHIAPI CHIAPI CHIAPI '48 be. On brand now Melen S.- 13-1701. By GAY PAULEY
'LLe," English made for $175 Debet bur-deer seden. .cyl. prms" Im.m. movie lm era NEW YORK (1P) Fabries
cash. Rio Abel, House No. Inder with four punbhplrof tubes with eletric motor drive, em- FOR RINT:- 2-bedream fur- are playing a brand new role in
2362. I tret. In hk -bot ishedZ~ modern pJ9rt. lit- home decorating.
SFOR SALE:-I M eny dll I' 46thk St. Once used primarily for cur-
1r n o a nafsi /I. 2Z 23. Ltamins, draperies and slipcovers,
.; :' s ..r.s f Osa( they now help to control light,
in'"-" &heat, sound and ventilation, to con-
N$1 min beekshetop.berlek. ceal flaws in architecture, to serve
o,-. .to i po. chain, plank bet.. -etc. AX tu a now I oyPas room dividers even as
c"La 16ho9amt o aI ti.1. Oy Only chalet en right dde of read Nar 2 "... N leapLt"frames" for pictures.
LC olc,, ,,.a u. -,m w ,ctiaSk aOn tl ki nc Lie' Cli. fr 09. 281191,. The verratlity of' curtaill
STUDIO EL PANAMA EL w mresc.. sdlympe IRICAN de- Igoods" was stressed at a recent
STUROtw ISLAND, Il. -aU)- ECIs ANdPhoe-m ea Sl r model room exhibit of the Colane p
_JR.,.ALI--CMev table. In- it skillUr just plain luck when a m-- eablor C Corporation of America. The 24
l'alto isOi 125 sIA glifs" estp. a bole-in-one? i oin- rooms were decorated by John and
ibiM -tio, Ik ee $Vo7-10 u1. hous O ici fIOib A n. EarlineBrice, a young New York
Geyll d 71A4, |fkern. industrial design team.
FOR SALCE -es sl@ and e e ee d. The Brice# said noise edtrol is
|11110PUM M *fr1gamtor, very Newd edition.
S frm. gA.eat vr od cnIon. ALE one of the major problems in dec.
gra t)M Cell Penome 3-2134 for infer- orating today's homes, which by
Or es ". 13 satin. Bh te earlier standards are usupily
and smaller, lighter in constrietlon
A.IC I 'Lft elderb 1 91- W LVY1 MFAges Reel and filled with such "noise-mak
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-o eeb 0mus ran with a 1111trisPUlBAoin-ofoat, BNu hnN
tito ode recently cop faortis alsd rs aned to abr
S WAT T te an aeria svey o the t Who's Who of business an ArAno announced. The phslother mak room-e sla t b hinds whichoupen th
M t l Tl- herds in the Arcticleade o n one ther d the psychologist are w pie vertica rather thanll co
e r The best he seen consist floor toof the Fairmonone lingwith. The






Tr Aerve us CodllA SALE Livinmm et stAln -.l oer, Jr." chf oibr gy oe6aker ca n
*aers : c mn F SA r LE L vn s od c easr AkakA hetop Th? dao the nro c t fthel Atm Ordnance Lewaanel of fabric alth a
SalInm =of wed beula aas i o i. Ce ,ll Cboesa m fil l sTheer Brtains, to admit pan
0 .'"trouh o. strips windows, cem- i
Cal 3-e o man th BA Amy CaSe ada rbined with heavier, stan ardda
S : uGelauwi FORll" SALEbo WostOverd brth wall and.5m4
mtc i en W tFOR SALE W l Over 48: length drapery panels to cover the
i Cln. Ooa.&.Mo. ans o Gobreatly In Aliski FRANCISO C U) numen abeln odng hm prove sound absorption.
r Ctuk n b t of an FrIancisco' newest cotr. it New for ligh and sun control
aVoUCtOhis;a do Mradra IAen8-ft.Iwoeesiho l FAIRBANKS, Alasa- (UP) ratons ib"reoars Unlimited E- -Uw Hu f are gbric window shade., rigged
The caribou popular t o A Women.ep It boastsat of ben g new A nGTONh t hua f.- are
doS -tis showing sn ama g increase a first of Its kind i America inr erns t ing pla e an bamboo shade to ie and









nROdoP o m D nPATRIC U wr ma s pe sYn a hELAd -(UP)-r SId T...lower.
dlj$12. hin do Mo U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service of be guided by business leaders a s t .l the rmy Ordnance Cors.
t-). rd. u & felals report. a publecservice. It mo ns'r, old-fashiined co. To coneal a poorly finished wall
tait i, enor g.ted aad Ber voes a savings in mlan-l above a bed, the Brices hungd
Sqtl hi to at ervce director Clarence Rhode The organization's aim-to hel P pand dollars. quilted fabric panel from floor to
S6 4 estimatedthere were Approxi- women over 40 find jobs.. The limitations of the huran ceti the idt of the bed, ten
UITED StArTES mately 250,000 caribou Inhabiting I officersld board of dire Ingll necensitate thq improvement of reind the sabrie In a bhedsead.
theterritory. Rhode recently corn- tors reads i a roster of a weas weapons and vehicles of r r, the ashable fabric also is used to
Ma ts t :-pleted n aerial survey of the coast Who's Who of business asn Army announced. The physiolgist make slat blinds which bopen an
mol lib eat, bare hll. l- herds in the Arctic. civic leaders. T name one, there' nd the psychologist are cse vertically, rather than
Wanted Aalevyu0m M 5 The biggest herd seen consist- Ben Swig, owner of the Fairmont alone with the design engineer to the venetian kind.
eed umead steenll nPolSAL .d et, S dof More than 00,000 animals. make the changes. Good idea any homemaker can
t lot's t Iao to ., n..p Mr. it wis near the Alaska-Canadian Dr. Roy B. Powey, Jr., chief do herself:
m e mpint stc, tnm f l o easenli. Phergis ao Mr. Border near Aklavik. A herd of The idea of the non-profit eor- scientist for the Army Ordnance Let a panel of fabric act ls
w Cily. IlMoraln ltAmderapproximately 40.000a imIaI portion began when Marjorie Cop here xPained: "frame" or a dozen or s0n.
ai vc d ItlWative. g Worki t.was seen i the Noatak and Ko King, a radio columnist, became "s oa become mor com The Briinm showed a pl of pali
utty, Mwt e ,6* w~*, buk river area ad it was head- mptessed with the number of let. pt modern anti-sircrat pin cotton aetteameaaurlz op
L4d emrlt. submRbt iorl r- ng forbigher Iound in the Brooks ters she wae receiving from older gUIn, IIsudi tales and tanks are proiipatly four by six fee-tt-
s "Silas andRetauksmareo Mopaunalnfowr aixnf
1-- to: 1-e s g "is 'U p Iiounta whee s are.ho W n a i 'ta ; of Instruments-the so t- techad to brass o at top and
uide ts, nc. 715 d*i Av- in the .erly ;pummr, Theyall were sking: 'What' r opertin them tends boo Vrious l prints, m
wlcyasud leutle,~ actla. a not. --r: to become of us?' ". Miss K I n g become too dependent on the "ma- them odorhsop'aphbslpued
SC a ,YMOUR, Conn. (UP) -- aon,; chine.' rm satine, ere paste to
'n mnde.William kSanford, eight, ba c a m e "Possibly a t ra gh her takest, other San "Instead of 'nineerin' the Sol. panel wiu uer eqt
,,emsci e.. en twobuild.w arIe awrQ- at l ra ia I ntoeted di to tit the complicated weapon
6rs Th ato'twor gm e ui-dtweov !the 9W IW'*3 we bust piineer the weapon
tact Ftalies couldn't remove "Mo% is byo rd wuan being. ry to- Mnze Dream
hhlkol bed r smeared him of ines. al "I. a V_ pinv .Weapons and desig- b l rnewumam
h- Uswriters,toephone installation and 14 new ones with the huMan fae
S otu ed ore Suppled by city touppermost in mind, we can in. n.
..f s.. it e crease speed, accuracy and asfety dya<i e.
... -(UP) -"Too much volunteer interview in performon ee. Wi th- & L
DETROITT -- (UP) -- TO much t|AL t 'LATI| -s .t -:Oa.t ker. man th To Maany Dials CLEVELA N, ,O. -o(UP)-- yod -,a
I .other and not .efoulzb f athr. N PATRI'. lh-,-,-.-s-,,uelois c.nei m ers t M el h n' ban e o r lah n c k
during childhood I mI onereason Ui..,n which tc hen mr Mea dedha bute U jtHab y tIltrlgW0
why many person turn out to be ." T H E BLA CK -,the -;e J u. ta e i Novem e. teethemr whoaht W s. a,
aleabolles. according to a Detroit "THE.BlC has screene aS .wea vny-. 4,, drie ,,,enme w l-.e ou for...
lp lat p' st. "1 '-. .... '. -. .- h as-oe-dseat w hich w IA MUi ba.frt r i e edyI a. Os.
tWlrjj4in 1u W enlorgad rlpor- Th farmer, It tuna ot hat monte
Dr. Aloyslus Church told a m S&s .. ft" Tb .pV y-plb t p.oit tt to his. .b.e e n lT.h .I of o a hle
ale tinl thtf umny fl gobs b, b ii The psydWW t points, out thaP-to-hiss" efs of .cha. .. ;'_'__rges 6
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ueh result he sted, I i attea-. i'tte motion i to m ll it became it was eValtnt win t, M-f.
b t lo to --dials are poorly up his farm. an J
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T B.sgnal. No .N andm the rest of what the .
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a blacklist fot.the confidential use "But when one of them Is" he
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b, ime, usually three years.
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aunt sbout 900E "Cases," tnae
spokesman amid, since -te liHa st UJ
includes the names,of the one orf VERMILLIOR, S.D. A
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t;'i business as well as the firm South Dpkota man 53 m i
Mam-e. was used by his gr aia
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a':out 4,200 names called the ily tradition.
.r list. Thepe names have; John F. Larson. the son of a
an referred for investigation SSwedish immigrant, first used the
ore a contract will be awarded. urrments when he graduated from
Baron I. Shacklette, director of the University of outh Dakota
SGIA's contract compliance braochj here In 1902 after workingl his way
safd moat of the lfornation about through school.
.CO sed bid or costrtaC ciel-i In 1927 they were .used bv hl
hIg comes from employes of the daughter, Ivl, and the I gpwing
S. .as involved. repr tby Pogther daughter, Flavia.
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*ut i4 quest of his second straight the
41000 seven-furlong "special" for a mrizd flhap of
:Class A. and B imported thoroughbreds at the Juan
:Franco race track.
S'Jockey Gui ermo Sanchez will which was below the day's aver-
IBgain be in tna saddle or Jose age. Bull Flea (U17). Mr.
Sainieri'. peady lour year-old Foot ($16.80) wer ."A day's
S .ngash-bre- horpe. Blakemere highest priced winl
t Il. carry 118 this time as com- Veteran Jose '" Bravo
.paled to the 110 ne snouloerea o0 had a flashback to'lfi st days
-victory last Monday. when he booted fnr win-
SOpposing Blakemere will be ners. Bravo scored"'th Pomll-
S :a.,e Royal, Persian Lountess, lio, La Eneas, E.niada and
donLe Rouge, Mirzatoats and Lex- Empire Honey.
'den. Manuel Ycaza wail guide
.iarse Royal with 113, Alejandro The dlvideada,:'
'Yeaza will be aboard Persian a n
;Countess with 118, Jorge Philips oot-00, 4.o.
Sas the leg up on Mone Rouge 2-Welome O.
iw':th 106, Reolor Ruiz will pdilotI 2-Welcome.0-.tO.
:M1armloata with 106 and Blas 3-Forzdao 0o, -
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108. I-Pomp lilao 3.80. I0, 2.40.
e rsian Countess carried 124 2-Devon Maiden 80, 3M,20.
Iuunas in the July 4th Classic 3- Dear .40
'and wound up a strong fishing 8,W_.80.
l ird. This time she carnes sa .80, e.
fipunds less. Shb is rated a dan- --Bul I 17. I 80. J .8
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Sot winner over Tursot andi ONZ4*QO '
Monte Rouge In his last outing -Lady Dancer15.60. 5.20.
and will be seeking to duplicate onsen da 14.20, 2.40 (2.40.
that feet against tougher comn --Conentld 0, 40 (3.0.
petio 3--Olden Glass 40.
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.'1--akeaway Q me m'l -Runs well in sprints
2---Avato + E. OG te11 102 -Longshot possibility
3-P AEmDaTio 102 -Could score in upset
4-.Mu o60 A. VeVar 610x-Dropped close one
--u1a A. Bnrue, -15-Depends on start
...6- ftai P. 1tda1s o i6 -Has best early foot
ioa' '. S. rvaa ) l4x-Pbor race In last
S--OK d.. IL'VV ..ek.' 114 -Dangerous contender

L 5th Race "D' Imp. 7 IPg. Purse SO0 Pool C001l
1-Fol 3. Bravo 112 -Returns from layoff
2-Nogalino R. Cristlan 113 -In return match
3-Epaglirlco M. Ycas4 105 -Would pay long odds
4--Begonia F. Hidalgo 103 -Doesn't seem likely
5-,(Pappa Flynn R. Vas. 113 -Seeks revenge here
6-(Say Spruce A. Ycaza 110 -Will help entrymate

6th Raee "I" Imp. 6 3 gf. Purse $375 Pool Gi.l
Firt t4 U of the Double
HXRSHE Y LBOUND-Lea. Kirk. 1-Another Fulmar A. V0 15 -Rates chance this time
land, 15, pitched lst season for 2-Lot 0 Trouble M. Ycas 113 -Good effort in last
the ACone and the loop's top 3-Coronelino R.. Vau .a 118 -Aim .lor pa yoa
winer with 15 victories in the 4-Esqulador A. Men 115 -Longsno possibility
rpaw stasbo ai@ two chapion- 5-Atom o A. Vergrta 10'Tx -Will fight out
shp games In the playoffs. A con- i--Escandalo A. Yc ua 115 -Mustf mpro3s more
veret Outtlelder, Lem was still 7-B. Blade II 0. GraiJ 1138 -Badly needs rest
one of the most potent hitters in 8-Patriotlca A. mnrtqtbi'fl 4 -Should score off last
the. league batting .410 for 21 0-Young Prince V. C h 8 iS -Reportedly ready
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payed hookeyy fr 7 tl' oItc 1 to
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pital "'inia ed build
his own car because he couldn't
squeeze his hb- C1reass in the
conventional maclinda. once .
turned a double crtwheel with. -
out a scratch. -" e ,
Racing was dead at Daytona" "-
Beach 15 years ago the city i.,. ... d
d even let its a7500 timing gd a s unsound .ho
lock be carted off to the U t a l I Iolywo
salt 'nats.. then Fance got the .do sines for a f
promotional bug hich hase Au urpy, w
germinated into the Nitional As- at t fo rel in their Jox ,
soiation or Sto CarAuto Rac. uenees-ehd'a play .r
ing nrd anctioas '.i events who wonr ev military ho
annuoali';n 500 tradft rotind the WW '.
Ing 0A 'Sanctione o fi0 events .orthe' -ri: gi'
annuly. on O5rteae ou the W o4e Lab
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ro_..- "'l .. net bbors at .Wondelfif L)k
out Of the Amerint Automobile t.. ply .e
Association pits in Iddiannpalis. .....ttle. ,iol_ ...s
1RnBP 187 he'll have tlg-&A- dr"i. Je0 l D flii-g ti twilight
hig takn the c ave Land i w a m- 4-thr I- i .
ers runmng in his ofn July class. Ted W.Uelpaks P".lotally
tic. To keep NASCAR rolling, his o -a. ind Is -a
LBill -travels more t.t h a a 100,000 for. drf s J uaers ..
miles inually. .. Not by car t ry Ume-P oer skowron .aco
"too dangerous." Pilotk hs bat in hi hemspark, the ,
own plaot.. Stadium ret.v.rberatei
More gamblers at the fights in "OS" i to the "hoots
i Miami Beach than bleached used to. serenade oot
blondes at an oceanfront hotel. D.trot: .-. Barbara RO-
Odds are passed openly aroundI lunches' with 'Pesidnt El
the auditorium. .Jake LaMotta, er. '
doing a slow bu n because of the .. ... A, .
thespian success of Rocky Gra.- Betweena u'n', Harry
ziano (Jake did most of his act- sons "firing" of The Lip
ing inside the ring), will opera surprise Frank Frch
hi1s ow i Miami Beach joint soon... i s nor ayso fire
Trainer Aagelo Du ade, ,who regularlp every July.
worked the corner, confides it
was a "bad Basillo" who manag- |
ed to outalug Tony De Marco.. i|i||n rfnlf i
Look forJDon BiRplmg bo1f oJltq UUS 11 I I
c auleht ei 't -111idA is O IiD
name... .Miami's All America
halfback candidate Whitey Rou- l-Amksia MiLd Nmew
viere, takin ballet lessons. .On* 2-ZmXaut a Dii
of the South'a lading grid tutors 3-Ra-it -l' Don
has taken the cure and isa mem. 4-TUles
bar in good standing of AA... -Neln.. Porp Fly,
Quotes picked up en route-BUl f-p-rfela Lot-0-
Murray of Duke: "There's no pa- 7-Aft i Mer D
rallel between an intelligent ath- I-R-eAtir i
lete and an idteligent. student."... 9-V fVlk River
George Barclay of North Caroli-I l0--Prmin Cuntess Dial
na: "Halfback Ed Sutton w h o
never played U-man football un-
1il he went to college, could be
Igreat.". .. Eddie Erdelat of Na- CLERICAL GOLF
vy: "Why should I take a vaca-
tion? I've got everything I want MINNEAP.LIS-(UP)-
here." (A lovely house outside of Eric Hoyer, who recently ve
Annapolis fronted and backed by proposal that the park boa
water). clerygmes play golf free on
The South a.l steamed up about days, auggsteti instead 61
football already with Bobby the plate" at Minneapolis chi
Dodd ready to fire up his Engi- for "golfing money." He
neers for their Miami opener be- suggested' giving clergyme
cause hurricane assistant Perry duced rates one or two dayl
Moss blurted publicly that Geor- week.

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Hy EARRY GRAYSON track Faber Hab ver starts -in Pinky Bigins might have been
,_ _t. he .- itb mle-and-a-hl .5,000 Roo slightly of ae on Friend, but
N* YORN (NEA) r- Wil. ~v Trot, July 14. t new manaor ertaily it the
I4m R..Hautghton has I tighter Haughton has hlines for every Jackpot with gKaus, i lt.lugh he
lock on the harness horse bust eent, including a leading fre. made. I r a. ret n-
ness than any stable ever had oa for-all pacer, WImaiton's Star. usual r to. u a-hots
te runneers.. He pio the formoset two-year gang type of ballplayer as a last
Silly Haughton has led in mon old f pet l1 flly, .et Acton. and desperate resort.
Sand raCg winnings the pat ugh wo b the lu would not and th .Bpton
t years, l 1m victories an drv to score double byta Americans might not where
4,1 W I187 and l53 tinrts and the Hambletonan and L itte they m now bad not MUit Boll-
.MP.' In 'M5, the latter world wn Jus, Delvir- miller havr ing suffered a broken;.*lbow In
tdeords. He ,Jie.earn o0,775,O0O ht'eCd the feat ti0 ie ti. Then the veteran Eddie
in les draeking Rooevult Race- Luyong 'Pad Dudley oHanovbtae asd a are ~seaat,
M r tir a ta*li ny on Island in '408 with bad .hand broke h first
ln story full-t r ahead. ITV USD TO BE tthet a harseason. Net friend
T s h a aa the favorite for horse driver had to be older than got .the cll until "aus to over
S W e Army, Edd trotting .and pacing's Kentucky Mthuselah, but y*th started to regular l June 5 wich is when
O'Brin, amongst ~e ts, the .Haenbletonian at take over when tRotwevelt Rale- eBa Bay Milonalre.got hot
her4 ne to .Ts-reada Goahen, W. Y., Aug. Way lit up the land for n~it rle- before weather.
Sr a nd the Little. Brown Jug at ing. Haughton, out qf F lonvillWe, mauls, treatedly a minor
S rt 9elawart, O,,-Sept;. 22. N, Y., Is 31. Stanley Dancer les Al Star, had been over-
*Galogbne, .omie by William nearest rival isn Howard 4am. ll by major league clubs
S T. Mabury f iDexter, e.,.beat den, who drives Adfos Boy, is lar ely because of his size or
six other liely Hambletonian carn 25; Luther Lyon., who guI as lari of it. The left hand hitter
dideates in 8:04 2-5 on the hal the other remarkable pacer,, Adiebs ar s.mller than hI five feet
mile Roosevelt .Raceway tra.k Harry, 33. Jbhn Simpson, a b I l a and 100t pomisoad
June 29, the fastest three'year-old man in tie sulky trae, is 3. Dl A-nywa, T Beolm then
Strot time thus far tis year. Miller l 42 and so on. man ing L to aves,
eMton owns. Arvilla Hner,W Haughton was a jockey at fair passe up Klaus and Johnny oa
tbL i f headed for the Haaeto meetings, became too heavy a an for one Jk Cusick in the
Snian. switceh to harness horses. *StuLa r on Cu th52
bas e I dying animal husbandry at Coble-. pring o M
d 3I AUaHTON'S E BROWNS kill College, Haughton trained "If I'm not a better shortstoB
in, O eoetf arfr, th and d Ava arthin Cusik," said the e.t 4
dreii o k & rm Lgad. A c-Kaus at the time 151a w1a ?kaim
beChif more aCa itly prevaled tat oer laot R w& 3J' F
Laurel a ,5 th beOet three ay that night, as hat .)#aA in for5 ;:i
... ..ye er-o ce Cloe l f the s ners th y~. yar.. easurs w the Mwfort k
of. ~Qu.rl tCge t-sure when the ldw 'tike
W ,uS l .ek Chief and the.g-reat -- bves gave the Giants Johny
rr" w.a.ller. Adios Boy, me co- arness horse trainers, o long- ABnelli Do ddle ,ad a
Slh. elb of the world two-year-o r wait unt.s y arre old,I papy i t. Claire for Bobby ioa on and
ml mark for pkers 2:03, both hav- guvs to get somewhere. Samn Caldero. Feb. 1i o194.
in g paced it at Roosevelt. I illy Haughton Illustrates how When the Giants wanted Del
S,, Is lHaughton's ban' of round qUiekly hey come along today. Wiber for Minneapoli during lat
1' is Faber Hanover, an ol d a rI H lo od u.oosevelt Race- winter's meetings, ur' con-
_. trotter which turned in the fastest way and the ti ut competition tract was traaferred to the Rod
Smile of the year on a halt mile in five years Sox the same day, so t was an
even exchange. The Polo Ground-
tra more recently brought u
Wayne Terwilliger from the Milj-
th Ben to spell Davey Willimas t
second base. Don't try do tell the
by Red Box that Terwilliger is Klaus'
D match at doing anything.
Teammates tell you that while

st line th t b al- Klaus may not be a Phil Rizzuto,
)ro py 'ineto __ bl- __________ when Little Scooter was in full
Sr in order to cast bloom, he iin't far behind. *
the a S e the teeae terlde wasstituted o laa gives the Red Soc a cork-
Sors 0and ls no ian terleag n m Al-eta team has eheapeit e re ing.300 iseeond-slot hitter, batting
5angether ad 193, no manAger of .an All-Star team hal el ape theIreol bsind Billy Goodman to right
S lst re as to the sgme of the fans, and at I ast tempered criticism of theexperts. behd Billy Goodmas to right
lan T t Ito get some The grand and glorious rhubarb Inevitably is associated with field or to left field, a the a-
Scater to hap you make the naming of the 16 resave players each, beyond the starting d in calls for.
B e.'ghts elected by the fans In filling out their squads for next the Red Willi heads' home ru1-0, in De-
g~ et Tuesday's MlWaukee game, Leo Durocher and Al Lopez havo the Red Sax ahead, -ba, In De-
WW1 Pe. t managed to involve themselves in controversies and second troit. Klaus hit a ba e to right
r the million or so fans field that would have been good
for & ntapesl.r lines i guesng carnival. Both nave louted the six .mllon.or so ~,,a for two bases, but he stayed on
ad wi the bact yo/ who to the trouble to participate In the nation-wide poll first. Thus the base wasn't open
mid haBii. a GAF sl.;. There ai nothing in the rules which commits the ri man- for a Williams walk and the Big
lines have a gradual" 'era to select the 3iayer. who finished second at each postlon. Fellow smacked his second hom-
,=Ik Sry, hbe lavy bl-' tIt it the custom. Durocher and Lopez have disregarded sucli er
.; qu.n r back to W aedure. The Red Sox occupied three
et O .el ine. The It Is suggested that the major leagues permit the customers ars on their last tri west. Some.!
ms~ e4tapel e line run this o-called dream game, or abollahthe annual p0ol. one told Klaus that a baseball
Pa_.r" '. me on ave the fans pick the fit two at each position, lettg the writer wntd to talk to him. The
i hea vy .and nager w u e the pitehen, the extra men. scribe was at the end of the third
w wear longt-because This wo~ld lilastna t possibility of repetition of the car away, but Klaus walked all
turn it around when one' tuiteas en the nose whieh Durocher has admIalstered the way back for the Interview. I
It wil not shoot as the iilU, their vast clgeatele, and Blehle Ashburmi, center After eight years in the minors,'
the three-dlameter line. ~Ier, who I leading the National League with a .349 average. Billy Klaus appreciates atten-
most editions you can Leo left the fleet-footed Ashburn off his team. In the poll, tion, you see, in a game that be
ny teeneptd on the nine- uke BSnider wa first among the center fielders with 2,114,653. would gladly pay to play.
Saimee.. r.I prre fr r .ren came A hlbirn, t;m ,714; Willie Mays, 1,064,21; Bill Virdod
ale-action reel, although
l as l eurateo # DBIl Bruton.
....... -EO PI CKEI) MAYS AND THOMAS
Lis of whiten d you Durooher went so far as to give Ashburn the double rebuff,
a su r.et irs bi enouh." delsgnated Mays as his second center fielder, and the
Sit I yaL Iof waidered completely out of the poll to pick Frank Thomas o
su addition t go 'he Pirates,' arre. 27, as a third man at the poilton. He
emubbed his pn-m, o Lockman, who ran second to DeJ Ennis
would be able to get a the left-fle I e l I A
a? n Sd afine one Obviously Leo.0 fBtor ThomA a fr 0nc er. ThdIMi
fl ll. eate can blasne onel L But the.. otf the Giants Is
A. ,, shi, iS to ha t u 1Ptlle when he next vilt Philadelphia.
nk 7 $ t0, and a"ree In even of them, Durocher .pad na
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By HINDI DIAMOND

IA new Canal is being built in Panama, but unlike the Panama CaI thi one is
a level Canal, and instead of connecting two ocean, it will connect two(-vwre bring.
ing cheap electricity to the entire province of Chiriqui, and is aimed plbririly at en*
oouraging industries to develop in this area.
Chiriqui is the richest in natural resouroea of Panama's provinces, and hia-alwayq
been economically independent from the capital city.
A new Canal is being built in what appeArs to bh an oe r- which now r as .te ro Diesm
Panama, but unlike the Panama grown jungle area. oil plans to .se t t~ Lta


Canal this one is a level Canal.
and instead of connecting two
oceans, it will connect two riv-
ers bringing cheap electricity to
the entire province of Chiriqui,
and is aimed primarily at en-
eouranging industries to devel-
op in this area.
Chiriqui is the richest In nat-
ural resources of Panam a's
provinces, and has always been
economically independent from
the capital city.
Now .with the new Empresas
Electricas de Chiriqul plant a-
bout to become a reality, and
with the Inter-Amieican High-
way link between David and Pa-
naleu. lowly nearing comple-
tion, Clhiqul is almost assured
an upsurge In.-ndustrial devel-
opment.
Although the new hydroelec-
tric plant was proposed acme
time ago, actual plfing and
constirton began in Oct. 1958
by the familyy of Carlos Gonsa-
lez-Revla, old time Chiriqui
residel who owned the land.
INAUGURATION
Carts Jr. nys they epect to
inau l ate the plant in eptem-
ber, ith President Ricarxo A-
rias E. throwing the switch.
A completely national project,
the is being ftnanel, by
the S ro Soial at .an est&it*
ed dt of at.boutrl
There is no' foreign' apita in-
volved. Two turbines came from
Germany and all the electrical e-
quipment is from Belgium. On-
ly the most modern equipment
is beipg installed.
The plant is unique in ty pe
because the watbr of one river
Rio Caldera, is being channelled
through 4% kilometer canal to
joining tbe water of the Coches
River.
,. PRECIPICE
The enal, which will use ver-
tical slide operating gates at the
entranceand has a capacity of
about 00 cubic meters of wa-
ter, extends to the edge of a
precipice-from which there is 92
meter drop to the turbines.
In order to dig the canal (it
was du bordering the cliffs of
the Caldera River), 300,000 cu-
bic meters of dirt had to be re-
moved and huge stones had to
be blasted out along the way.


The soil, according to super-
vising engineer Horacio Clare,
Jr. (a Panamanian) is a con-
glommerate formation of argil-
lacous material with a high
calcarous content which has a
cementing power. When it gets
by rain it looks like concrete.
Thls type of soil is not too com-
men in Latin America, he con-
tends.
HARDSHIPS
The 200 Panamanians em-
ployed on the project faced ma-
ny hardships. Heavy raiAs
washed away hours of h ar d,
tedious work and the 92 meter
drop had to be dug by hand all
S e way because it was impos-
sible to lower machines into


Because of blasting,. a the
gravel formation tcoqntsred a-
long the way of tbe..cnal It was
necessary to covertte canal
walls with cement and stone.
HIGHWAY
A large mculvert has to be
built unilSbh a oti of the
highwaRyrh comeei Bodque-
te" and JWiibeci1i1 the canal
crossed e Mighway in one part.
Except. for two experts, a
Belgian apt a German who
came here t inist e machi-
B --the :jl #e crew
arel.-tt .fl'a g the
general e tendent, Genero-
o Izaua wt frst brought the
l, toi the atttion of te Gon-
.'zaJe-Revill family. and who
later designed it.
RATES


d-,dustrialrates willbe-as low
do e cent a kilowatt with an
expected capacity production
of 3,000 kilowatts which ma
.be4 increased to 10,000.
Caries who is only yiR
. d~.rhceived his edu at

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s ier's con-
sumig pass of setting up a
trieplant in s quete.
His father, who died 12 yearS,
ago, was the first to start a
small Diesel plant in Dole ga
(outside of David) in 1923.
It was always his idea, Car-
los. *rglls, that -the .wret of
indtrial developmento)af in
energy and electric.pwer.,
INDUSTRIES
Looking ahead, it is antcipat
ed by Chiriqul buiansmen that
the new plant will ittrtt other
industries besides those I ,eady
operating there--for istnce su-
ar-grinding, sawmills ad. pow-
dered milk plants.
One of the industries which is
expected to flourish iW-a fruit
processing plant. Evey yea
thousands o oranges are spoiled
in Boquete and its envhis be-
causer of lack of trflaspm tatlbE'
in getting m h t;tab.ctey.


Frozen orange juice must be
imported to the country while
fresh oranges spoil Inside t h e


uaons, wai -pesraps mf.etne to
convert now that c .eectri-
city will be offered.' I
OPTIMISMJ
Young Carloar -ex imet ..,
timisatic thOf ca y' new
outlook bb uei e 'ts
fertile lau4 Avelped ;
willingnesm of te to$work
points to prosperity, (Ex-Presi-
dent Amulfo Aries, ;e recall,
once proposed Boquste be made
the capital 94 Pqaz M,
With the sida i'tiive of
cheap poweW d 'with the: c m-,
plation of lfter-AmqlaeHii-B*'
way.trip to Datvd Stw Ilom-
in the not-too.jtpN fi r, ,
Chloriqul may b 4*d1B.t, .
come thbljntivl nevaUr.e
country; -


yrilthe Jt.
-and true
iInn thla Instame
f4Wn ha bees

that tit ruelm
be made panas
hI be credvie to-
ol 4e


DROP, dow which' the water .wl fall, Wa
use machine 'could not be lowered down the
rhe.power house Is at the foot of the drop.


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LOOKING OVER THE CANAL which will join the two rivers which will produce the .hydro-
electric power, is young Carlos Oonzalze-Revilla who is shown standing up the back of his
Land Rover.


Acoug ae Mame 's Packing Her Bags Again, Now
courage the setg up.at co I
storage fastUltlaos to store
fruits an vetables until they
can be marketed, intheopino Off W ith Ik Fo a
of residents h She's Off With Ike For Geneva Meet


A boon to agricultural .facil-
ties, 'the- cheap electric power
will be aa asset to all installa-
tions wbil iue power. Sor better
churners, pateurized milk, and
.rice mills.
It bha speculated also
that tl BHM Iruit Company,


By MERRIMAN SMITH
United Press White House
Writer
WASHINGTON, July 9 (UP)-
Mamie Eisenhower, who has
trailed her soldier-husband all
over the world, will accompany


President Eisenhower- to Gene-
va for the Big Four cnferenoe
next week, the White House dis-
closed today.
The announcement was made
in detailing the chief exe4utlve's
timetable for -his Journey to the
momentouw "summit" meeting
with leaders of Russia, Britain
and Ftnce starting s oAdav;.
July 18. -.
' T. President anid FIratJ4td
Vplte IA ftve aboard the
plane Columbine uat
I tSkt. Friday, July I.. T..Y


.at Oen-


'resident will take up
'in. a mansion outside
and have the week .end
ad consult his advlS-


t.Wte fous ado Issued a
d'mtiemeot tedar denying
fe.n .-looplnfon be-
r- tjPzlbfnt Mtd Dulles
MdeI-a tr ft .- or weak-
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as he know, there was "no indi-
vidual in this government who
has ever sod that the Russians
.. :re coming to any confernce

* 'The hlef executive sa: that
when asked about the s etate
to 'Co unBlst boss k i tk a
Khrushhev that Russia would
p-linto "the Bg .Fout" talks in
he strongest possible Dostton.
-The White House said Dulles
i compare the "Ivior ofour
,italistic sem"wt "t Weak.
w4 by 8iet lead-
was.not talk-
-,s edlate crisis
confrontt h the Soviet govern-
ment or foreeastng that their
posture at the Geneva confer-
ence would be one of weakness."
The statement appeared to be
=nothqr of this country's lend-
-backwarwd steps to 6'vld
W possIblM ,letton with -R=-
on the eveMOf the ig ft ri

-The President left the capital
today for; e...wTk- nd of reI -
m on --t',Oettyburg, Pa.,


een stay!njafAW:od on s-
ear Juau,.fl*iwe]ed in
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FO 1. Ia Ma Y~' -'
We feel tbfilet fene lDi-
&artment shouafd tributee -.
e canaexpnnses and or
head operations in an amount
etal to the fair rental value of
this area and it is recommended
that conditional consideration
be given this observation.
5. WITHDRAWING PRIVI-
LEGES FROM ALIEN EM-
PLOYES WHO DO NOT LIVE
IN THE CANAL ZONE.
It is our opinion that the
withdrawal of privileges from
alien canal employes who do not
live in the Zbne, will tend.to in-
crease prices in the commissar-
ies, service centers, storehouses,
etc., to be paid by the already
bver-burdened Canal employes,
or from tolls; but, there would
be no objection to this policy of
withdrawal if specific assurance
is given that costs of living will
not spiral for Canal employes
still privileged to purchase. In
general, there is no objection to
exclusloh of these privileges pro-
vided the Canal employee are
not further burdened.
6. SUBSIDIZATION OF A-
LIEN EMPLOYES AND PANA-
MANIAN ECONOMY.
It is a known fact that citizen
employes have always been un-
ha8py with their forced subsdi-.
on of alien employe-for as
1rFL W f ~tP p _,anama's citizens
', ,')ri les An the canal
Zone, Panama will be unhappy
and have a basis for complit.
In any event a lowered stand:
ard of living on the part of a-
bout 3.700 citizen employes could
not possibly make up the mil-
ions lost in revenues, nor is It
likely that the entire payroll of
Phseitizens, 100%, would make
up the loss.


Is our Congress and our feder-
al government more concerned
with unemployment among its
own citisens or that of a foreign
among employes of a foreign ns-
tion of American Industry? The
new treaty will remove the ap-
plication of the "Buy American
Act" in order that Panama will
not have to compete with our
US Industry.
Is it concerned with the
QUALITY of job performance,
or only in obtaining the cheap-
eat help obtainable?
Is it concerned with the type
and quality of its US citizens
who will remain in this foreign
area who actually are the ex-
amples of "America" and of our
way of life?
If there Is little or no advan-
tage to employment in the Ca-
n Zone eventually the only
citizen employes remaining here
will be those who cannot com-
pete in the labor market In the
United States-hardly good ex-
amples of our nation, and hard-
ly capable of oeprating such a
vital and complex installation as
the Panama Canal
There is direct.og Indirect sub-
sIdla n u q, degree, by
otls:nD eni .evt %ie Panama
Canal CqPIpa tt/ e
Government, t .al m.
loydt or the b~nt l Pana-
ma at the prMnteime or will
be' t0 a furthlw.itent under
the Treaty pru, n:
goverapenth hg; employ-
es fringe b*lfts; replace-
ment of US Mm employes
with aliens;, iugrtailment of
employes facilities; termina-
tion of manufacturing and
processing of goods for sale in
the Canal Zone; provision of
training programs for alen
employes; withdrawal from
sale of goods to ships and
from handling of commercial
cargo for transshipment .on
Canal Zone piers; continuing
the purchase of supplies, ma-
terial and equipment from Paf
naa; alien cash relief fund.
7. ALBOLBHMENT OF UB-
RATE POSITION ISTAMT-
LISHMNT OF SINGLE BA-.
810 WAGE 8CAL.
The abolishment of many U-
rate rditons will result with
Stermination of the Railroad
ce, return of lands wnd ta-
paivemtfIs, manmuacturing
tOs, transfer of saniated
fl erutalU ent t services t-
tend et privlege of allow-
bi~rBer f to compete w"th us
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men- W rsontent
and.il tippt t o aliens
whoitb l ted equal
() w e presage of our
nation.
SUNI. ORM CATION
OF UNITED
SERVICE AC-
et caino ccur -oleheaS-,
edly In this pro nasmuch
as we feel thaMt.tt.e i is uWn
fair to all US er who
contribute toward t portion
of retirement paid our gov
ernment. .
So far as we kOtthis Is not
a policy in other cAutries to-
ward non-citlens, -d Is not a
reciprocal advantagel Panama.
It set a and e-
mnds.lother nattm that theI
citisea.l n t gM n the same
VS. Qowvrnment ls:other over-
Usa res.
'Howetrl, In propping legil-
tion to effect such retirement
for Panamalanici tens, it I
reconeiande that d lflc tro-
viasiot be inlde tierein to
assure that te pany Gov-
ernment's contrbaton be de-
rived directly from ols, or from
direct apprpriation, and not by
ELmplose services,: Commilsaw-
les, etc.. that. uch-concession be
treated as a apcilttf Te.aty obli-
gation and not one to fall..upon
Panama Canal esanloyes in any
mainer:,.
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T IB'T W neca gary to go to's tot
of troabIq to provide Junfor
. with a 'tent or shelter. Or far
planickers .or campers to set
Sone p in a hurry, somtb smpl '
*. lae l wrays of doing it with
a tarp4auns, ome rope and a-
few tree branches arl shoa
above
Let's. iOrgine the shelter at
top: Het1h canvas is king
r a pale stretched. betwed
1,t treed. It is staked at the
; ar and. help up, shed-Uke, by
: hed posts and support.
:. '; A variation (bottomT left) Is to
btretoh the i vas completely


lpasr is a
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national abil
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you can de


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buiOtn NO RNOBLA B SFM

1 Ems n 3M ANLUwQRMuONL


E D MGNNINGO at the SWai ot B IA this authe-
&- A mtleal WaOe,7 tryo ra a thiW eoit at the bot-
toni with a minimum tital. E-a sauber you pass
In our route must be added wr .rubtracted, as i-
dilsted. Chaanels already used cNnot be used

The minimum score a 15. Cdan you reah It'?

College- Is a Requisrit
1 J URTON, Johnon, mall, Redd, Rooper and
S Michaels an all wrom the s@l town, but go to
H dUbe emt couges-Texas, Yale, Peom, California,
SDenvr ad Purdue, They all have girl friends.
Sltahon's gtarl.
r18iw ka snue girL
Dorl -goe with ietael.
Sa l15 a5 heart latest.
Silm"* rl irt bea d atof S.
ai t tqhas a iMver goeme itudy" with a oaML-


m iiip w am, On" PenaUylvaSE.
b la Se huq k she te U be tteole r- Tale
rnes Ibeals but doesat go out witb her.
^L ws.aue a Ye s a wesatr.
ge i tg br ls: Me Basm.
Ss 1,40t e clues; you -bMould be able to dter-
mide the Name of- thes oge each of the six aes
respectively atteds.
What are they?
snp inj 01 ypijqa pus ysuIOMAlsed
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BYE-OP&EVR






CAN 76U pick out twp a$ear
SAgurm above that are not
sncty parallel? .
I t .a! n, Eu: a f <
ceiving youm r -an frp ^lel.
PTliy'M. mtd*Ao -ir oetbhrwiwe.
'by Ual:itwl i 0 optval 4tuioal.

FRurw It Out.
HOU th flgares that are
F 'vi, dusee which digits are
reprstoed by tli Xs'- in this
problem r aultipliaftoa:
Sxi

x x
I x

l *x x s

iuae esp *qo l @aMj )q0 n4Aqi 4q
P1 ilpinul e*A *no @ ne i5aOUevy


adiwrk T4t's a Laugh Getter
.1. i l all4E fla f "l.. i Lr .n I a*, 4 L


F Qustioninj the
: P FAL a let'a*of alpho
bet were luted to luncheon
. which slx would probablyfall to
S arrive od 0'KnWi
1 r .,* a jeu n BW .^
e a there word in th Engish
R language that contains 1l the
0 vowels?
;laeqwoamoflnsun JeauyV
* Name two Bnglish word, ones


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.over the pole -and stake it on
both aides.
Thi teat shown at bottom,
right, ig probably bitter aulted
to ouiaWteN' play lince it has
no obstruotiwa at the ends. It
consisatof a ridgpole supported
by, orgd Imbs. Canvas ta
staked securely on both sides.
Forked aspport of this tent
are above ground. This permits
Ughting r 0 the canvas by mov-
ing support closer together. Of
course, this also prepents a has.-
ard ln,that if Junior trips on a
itipport, he will literally bring
down the house.


King's English
of which, being of one syllable
shall Contain :as many let-
ors as the other of Ave syllables.
saw mnmflP ewm qPu.n4 :seasV
Why 'does B come tifore 07
a eaq WAql- 'g4 a1o
What word of thr6e syllables
contains all 26 letters?
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AN outdoor party seems about W ic
to get under way in the
drawing above, but something s OM the
missing that's important to the termine h
setting. To find out khat' draw 'tions each gi
straight lines from dit 1 to dot topped Dorot
24. Where two numbers are be- 40 subscript
side one dot, use the dot for more than th
both nunimbers. sephin beaut
Afterwards, you may wish to was just hal
color the picture neatly .with
colored pnclls or crayons.


Girl Won?
following hints, de-
how many subscrip-
rl obtained: Eleanor
thy. Best score was
ions. This was 28
te bottom tally. Jo-
Pearl, whose score
f of Eleanor's.
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JIDN in atWe
dAiak ra-m.at
right 14 sI ne
qrhieh cap be
made to appear
t'iy Usllng i th
aolo acfordIng
to the following
Scolor indicator:


P-Ptalt \ \
T-YTellow
R-Red
0-Orange VY
V-Violeot '
ow quickly
.can you l11 it in?


i Helping Yourelf

A 00zNVTI ING Iet of *elect.
oed "Ipsfowher" *fw J-Aum
0taftess or habysets.
Seletedf bty 'laO lnairS .
HMdbook for the Weman
Driver, by Charlotte Montgomery
tVanguard, 289 p.: 2.9H). Expert
guidance In getting the moat
pleasure and Silage oupt of a
cr, by the Automobile Bditor nf
Good Housekeeping Magaine.
It's in non-technical language
and should be as useful in its'
way to the modern housewife,
who haa to do more than 50%
of the family driving, an her
cookbook.
low to landscape Tour Home,
by Rbbert 8. Malkin (Harper.
432 pai 4*.). Cyclopedic -advice
on grading, paving, retaining
wall, terraces, fpes, utility and
play areasm, etc., by a practJling
lIpdsoape architect. -Line tilus-
Iratlon.
the Fad stare Danoe Book
(Aurowhead Wook, 60 p.: $2.95).
A home .sthdy or exercise course
in the rhumba And basic mambo,
.with 11 positions and movements
sbown in photos. A 45 rpm pho-
aognph record of Instruction
music played 1y Noro Morales'
orchestra aceompaniles the book.


Tagei Pnctial


l.Es.ssa C. MIK AN I.


Like a Ton of Bricks

M. do 8-tourl f _
fans bite Of
more than,Uthey
can chew. We'll
let you b0elde
whether tple is
the case id this

' A eartV la o
week-end flhfta-
ant manaeed to
ouplet teun feet
ota new qhnhmey
dUrig hlaosvaca-
tion. He then
ran out o 'time m
and it wae nyec
seuary for him
to work on it on
week-ends. Each
week-end be
managed to in-
crease the height ,
of the chimney
by the same number of feet, and itartug the sixth
eek-end he increased Its height by 1/11. At thi
point re decided to quit.
Now the question is this; what was theb.height of
the chimney at the end of the sixth wek-end of
his labors?
pus-peaR O pig s 9qi1 p e mV S as Auura eue ) a@as"
TWO TONGUE TESTERS
SPFEAdT the following sentences aloud rapidly
%and see if you can avoid tripping on your
tongue
She "too at athe door of Fueg' fabaue shop
welacong him I.
A mu eof doda mpples in a dollar moppear pot


P RIVAL A -A r-

at right mtA t ca --
actly 1 bullets U (
into *the target I
of squAres. Not
more than one
bullet hit any one
particular square.
When he had tin-
ished firing there -
Were two shqts
In each of the
rows c ross,
down, and from
comer, to corner
diagonally. Can
you duplicate his
teat using a pen-
cll to indicate the
bullet marks? -
Of course, the
Private bad aoly
on chance with
each bullet. If you have an eraser on your pencil
you can "I're" again and again. Can you get it
right the first time you try?
One possible answer is given below, but- don't
peek until you've tested your aim.
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p r :a*l4 10 Lo 0 9 :V N30 WI1 PO 9 rI toi *t
10 L p3m i rp.jiIa *qI Jo 9 pUm E :p9" at" 10 1 Pug p9
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erwim *omd *-e*ortoi n 1to Q oe lqwnod Qao :0 Ro


isWoRD Withk Wisdom 3romI tk he e


PENNY PINCH
E XCLUDING pennies, and any
coins not now in general use,
how many different combination
of coins will make 36c?
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It's Your Move


By Lugene WShfer
BORBIONTAL'
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goat? (D jt)
Bi-One ot ihitsi e on Paul's
journeyy to gon- (Acit 36:13)
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t-n'rrow be
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VRSTICAL
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8-Place wh efL.lkanah and
-Hannah 1Uv4(1 HSam. 1:13)
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50-Blast
52-Whip.
a8-Site.
54-Picture stand.
56-Warbles.
57Z"-What are we told to
those who curse us?
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S1-Had on.
SO-jon 'of Ham (Gen. 10:6)
63l4nlet.
64-Geber' father (1 Kl. 4:19)
oS-Chart.
67-Prei: twice.
W-Short.for Alfred.


WTI TZ .wins this game with -
block. He leads of. nmov.
Ing up the board, and wins In
four strokes. Can you plot his
strategy? .

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t o give someone the bird-Mike, his parakeet-at PUtts-
*-. >urgh pet show Mike will have to come down to qualify.
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ROYALTY WITH THE COMMON TOUCH-Queen Elizabeth meets patients and nurses at the Hammersmith hospital in
London for the 5Qth anniversary of its founding. The queen had a motherly smile for wistful girl in left foreground.


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HOT P-tfE-Fiorella ColatW holds .a 2,500-year-old
GreelcJrvhfition, a noveLsou# bowl, recently discovered
at exctalons near Enna, Sidly. Bowl has built-in cover
to hold ;'ht.Witlonly-. center hole for idling out soup.
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TAKING POT LUCK-Market day in Otavalo, Ecuedoi. brings out Indians looking for
bargains in silver and other wares. An Otavalo Indian ponders a pot purchase here.


SGOOD DAM PICTURE-When a spectacular lightning storm hit the Great Falls. Mont.,
arce, Arr Fource photog Bill Barnes was there to snap this picture. It was taken in rain-
storm wh.n electric light;, w V-e out at the dam. Several lightning strikes in the space
of thirec minutes pro'did ai "' -uper strobe" type of flash for this dramatic picture.
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iy~nya. Whfl tooW. ypae Ina ithdsp talI and f' M lu,.
. Jean was ide calling poli, bndifng worker and r&titg panki-stricken farm-
--ers. With Jha are two fellow Brownies, Beris Mugoae,. and Hemangim PateL


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Y ATE?1 ns the human volee will travel beneath the iean.
S Tr the first time via direct (ilephone circuits. The world's. fZt
transgoeaiic telephone cable will provide direct New York-to-Lendon
circuits. Actual work on the cable will begin soon when the British ship
Monarch (right) starts laying out the 2,372-mile long cable from Clar-
enville, Newfoundland, to Oban, on the west coast of Scotland. The dis-
tance is really 2,250 miles, but added cable is needed for shelves and


.valleys on ocean floor. Next summer,.the ship will lay 'the 'wet-gaIng
portion.-The first call will end 25 years of research and two years ofin-
ternational negotiations on part of American Telephone and Telegrph '
company and Canadian and British agencies. The overall route Prl
extend from Portland, Me., to Oban, including a 19-station relay r.ute
(see map). The cables will handle up to 36 simultaneous conversations.
Amplifiers will boint he_str.gth_ voMce cur p o4tb route


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ping Panama, ennis Beatty sights a

distant point with a theodolite, while Sgt. Kenneth E.

Thronberry records results. They are working

near Las Talas.


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Supplement


PANAMA, L NT. JULY i.t 1S


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The work of .ig. the .e- Txanslating A j-t ast .t-al
public of Panamaa ,48 recently work, it means he measuremeat
been speeded up with the appo ft- of over l,00pm As ote f primary
meantt of Tomas Guard4 Jr.i.as arc of tMlesoand running
chief of the aewly established .o 19,Ip of priaaryn level
mapping section of R anm aa's lines, lpgh fropleaL o.es and
"'', '. .. MinIstry of Public Works. over 18,000 foot mountain ranges.
The- mapping is' being donem in
cooperation. i t US Army It. ans measuring 250 base-
.dCaribbean's r_ rcanaGeo. sr
detic Survey. 5, s And obevn
Former thq IAGS& maintained .00 idegages, and determining
liaison w Tdmgs u ardik Sr, mg petic. declinatia o and gravi-
.chief of anama's tera i nmetfa varitiops a( 3000 geophy-
Highway ofce. Isical stations.
For the past two months, twS At.the present time, this work
S.. .. ..- platoons of the,51st Enine $1 as, about 50 per cent completed,
S. vey Company, 't. Cla toMn e#~ but s monumental 3s it is, it is
working an the provinces of LQ i1only. the ,first phase of the pro.
""% Santos and ChiriquL gram.
-Il'* I The main task of this imit isto
provide supplemental sqppin~ The next phase, which has re-
control, a requisite for map com- cently been initiated, consist of
pilation and reproduction., taking tens of thousands of photo.
The first requirement for c- graphs from 35,000 feet in the air
curate mapping of the Republic the establishing of hundreds of
S of rananm was the establishment thbotands Of square miles of map-
of the true geographical positiolI ping 'cotiftrol and &he compiling,
of the Republic, with respect to drafting and printing of millions
the.rest of the world. of finished map sheets.
PFC CARMINE LAVIOLA is lowaere fr n H-li.belicopter to identify a esgtel pa t on This was accomplished by ex- To Manitiate this gigantic program,
a photograph. tenomng horizontal positions from the U n it e d States offered iol-
the United States, dhwn through' laborative diplomatic mapping
Mexico and Central America to and charting agreenients to all
SA 4.-Panama, utilizing precise survey of the RItepublics of Central and
S triangulation methods. South America and the Antilles.
fThis work was carried out in the
". 'period between 1946 and 1952, in All countries with the exception
.o.....n with the collaborating of Argentina, Paraguay and Uru-
"'_".___.___-.'"-__.__agencies in other Latin American guay accepted.
countries.
outlines were Under these 'agreements, IAGS
Simultaneouslyevel lines were established headquarters in each
,run through most of the country 'of the capital cities of the colla-
"to establish elevations. borating countries and staffed
ITo date, practically all first the ith sklled litary and civ.
and second order basic control, ilia personnel .p t'jn an advi-
thas been.compteted in Panama. sorry capacity to ac of the celia-
Almost 2000 ki0lneters of first'borating mapping 'agencies.
O terle evel line hav bee com-. .. ,
tuleted. tngtwas neces-
..iry mn makny insjtage for the ac-
S Three tide gages have been i"-' tual work to be done, by IA G S
suled at ,Verto Ar ies, r- .This was "eto the a-
to and NX d. j albo e of tra techni-
Meh of the public ha r cLatin -e.a.
covered by vertico sMapping i ,
tography Slown by commercial, situationn'llulse6 been cor-
contracts arranged by IAGP. d as a es-tO' n -the job
The-e photographs, takes 1 # = inning andng gve
35,000 feet 'eleval a n am the. IAGS C aphac School
sential part of map a=ing at Fort Clayton...
The Inter Ajaerloaat ln'ie is from all
Survey, oat IA a,. it of -the. col l;;i finuntries are
known to Its many Iedn* l i cted upe # procedures
AMerica, was esta= ind-,~q .complshmg
to-accomplish the fedt r work.
rative mappitg prA-t ---'
dertaken--th au vp jg e the in-
pg of an pra of atpprin st a~ "ing facial.
000,000 square mes in L a ti n ie, Foreign r6at s Admnies-
America. tration apftae : for trans-



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S2ND 1t. THOMAS W. ROLLINS, Subtealete Gustare Ces-
pede,% Sargento Francisco Juares and Ste Raymond- B. -tre at
National Guard headquarters at Las Tablas.
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portailano t ie Canal Zo7ne'and bhmeam, while others have been
for lng eta'wlle thee.- deVtlng their time to- teaching
i direct nlort of the sOMt Pamaanian youngsters how the
ff er Ooap (yk. *-is tt AarIcan gamw of baseball i
based at Fort Ke.I
Aid, with Sooa restuts, for tbM
Planes of the 037th have 'flow tihgsters eem to have a natu-
numerous phot pra nic and up- de fourth a- ie. LA l. La% th
,- ply nfaaio'~weram iage barler.'Ia ceasing. B ver, L-SI a an *M1I
survey teams or the 5B!st. to exist as such, with the men o
SpSaW h and teaching the
lN addition t the 'ertal nsh
the 551st also receivY tia between. the local In-
Irom the th landing craft ch habitants and the survey teams
are utilized to transport survey are excellent.
parties to the offshore isl of t
western P aA, and to eacih 1 fuch credit for this due t o
cations hch e t ci by fine laison work performed
road, but can be r e6a I by wa- Subt e Gustavo,.CpAd
ter. Sargeoto a of' t
S" .' Pnaima Natia detach-
-The present base' located at met at Las blas.
Pedregal about five idlei south of
David. "When lookis tat the over-all
tUte ,the co orative majR
It is estimated that approrox. ogram, so bie intresati ng
lately five Lears will be rebecome apparent. -
quired to complete the current
.apping program In Panama be- Associated with the U a li d l
cause the period o 'good weather States In this program are seven-
each year which permits rapid teen Latin American Republics,
progress is rather limited. apd the Western Hemisphere pos-
sessions of Britain, france aUnd
In getting dowt to business In the Netherlands.
?lama, the men of the' 51st ver-allannual
have not ben neglectful of their- The ver-all annual
social activities. of funds amounts to app
ly 15 million dollars. -
Some of the men have become Over 5,00 individuals fro f i
members of the Las Tablas base- (Continued on IP e ),


PAAMA'lr m~im hile Temes Guardia Jr. points out to
lAGS8 aewlter CeL tbert Robtssu the arem where the
5mg f r Ctompamy (surve, -e i s presently eeaduct-


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y Smieba L. Faith
Walter is b ack
From his firt fall term at St. Paul's.
by mysteaua a telepholaie calls;
Astounded, we view
A necktie with stripes regimental;
His haircut is no longer crew,
His baths'not Just accidental.
Walter Wlays
We have put his l a away.
His garb is now _.-
Or casual flannel -dk 9rai.
Any -.shirt but a Bro
Is scorned lip"
He ohas JttUsoMd I'bok
He wearies of teLevisIon.
We not3el with growtam alarm
His [aa psavoir-fare,.
His an.ns chaum,
Ht bofhalata blast air. '
To t artl iguu a ul
We htea d i..
While Water, u ble gloat
Over each escalade.
Nut at least Mh ean't make' dash
(Beinl, mercifully. only thirteen)
For the Olds or the Nash,
So we are nearly serene.
The .house rings
With laughter i seemed for weeks to lack.
Mary Anne, despite ten-thirty breaxiast, sings.
Walter is back.


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By 'Ballett
Sometimes
before sloop
I lie in suoden fright.
thinking f the clutter
in my uojwts.
of unanswered letters,
aglpg laundry,
the wat bills.
ahd. .Jebox tilled
with ht-eaten things.
What if I should die
betiee 3 wake
to-sta*t before the Gates
- an un labed man,
a ae -1 askewl
But 'the morning cones.
I I stIck the closet
, tp find & hhtr
, aud my.old rI y asut. T*6 noam
letters arrive, and one more bill
I do not tee the brown.
. apple on the icebox ~elf,
.and I go at my. deor
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WASHINGTON Suddenly and-. 1. Dn[ectr t 4te lr .l .lit ll .
myateroupy on June aI t phoned of -boalding
curites .ad change Cp .n -._ .. Jan. 'ate .
up-hdd bearing on- Nei him toIn f0l
tin .of bands- foe tb DixrYatus' Part-Pi. euha I s u o mt. h
r ject in o dwit d this statement ider oat. -ate je t. Nel
SVallew. t re ason was give Mte aA that Huli hind that Chairman i r a
newspae aqairies were ranswer,i aetIngs Wee poT in te meI
ed. Io anator was abm to n t'* a te g e
out wery. arpl ptTeonnd6orsee- salpoe of atted E d. amSthe rank' .
aherosarsDrexamensi Janres .cor to be tSr.*eal of rm th eow. gq1 S
JuEwe16. Rely aB at 37,. gjtand is -89 o ttv e. et
,had received Jous ers thd to e or othir rvat ea~~~s or u-ta-d .are. Sates :meas stric..
I nHowever, r e are the Tar y be. l .ie wrote bid. ed 3, 194,' ad foMowf
b bi. the mystery.t (ho that T lA ay ., et.aB. 'A M0Anr t Hkt. .


lines anUectngs o xam-Yates wH trs of te*Burelsa f M to wr
Medpo~s. e sr aon k er leao der l Buat B-ughes '-in" rate l to! m u "' l

damagst ng evd was p bout to apt wat it .t. rt al T. illa, adte amX"e1
Swere abruptly postponed. I for the scial purpose of putting he .EC recrd, a memo from T








det Bpurhe a d-nize govern First de gW=0, &O *IOfl 't' '11
w5e Houas vote was taken, on across DroY fates in record timp G. Seal of Eiuaeo, the ;n i
June hNext dayke ou .e ad wit a0e0 op nit ubd W, Electri e i
hea rlS, just resumed, eo v te or oIthir private _.s _o_ or util- a. d Shard. SMarzs .me d -
n whetestimoln of Adefore H. ty conpoinies to tbid. March 3, 16,' rtadilas tohowe
l of e th, e Irtt B" et.he fi rsa o Cratht na ai.ht. Mar ,
prti e as toe how the -otnS wihi m i..U, to *- lBt & ask0. "
and certaiR hey Elao nhowep lead. Booeet ..imreal Saw* t So-u B. a:








t ink eJXout this, h I -
ers conspired to put across thae Pr nE a ats W. lf the
Dixon-Yates projects. lI res .mai se tfo "w., t f .
It had long been rumored that thre ir apetz: r=:"nt -rpg; iddle tir
a Di.con-Yates man 'ad ben se,. April 1 prt' ss The Sathern
retl plaed inside- the President's lelt e- .a to 8 lgawa f to
Budget Bureau to ortg!nize govern. First te necoulit ofl me in
ment aspects of the Dixon-Yates over e t 100- t tht Budge ,
proLect. then taken out ofte Bud, 030,030 ra-. Mr. Wea' A
get Bi-esto work on theiprivate A BI tt i. l Mr. S
as0ecs. Cy ew swaeere orT r. P1 .
BSut when I teleph6nid former u1ge es datler'e b lyV a Mr. Grah and the und-e
Budeut.oretor Joiseph DoJge one.eom- a t die mtase gad...
year aSto-sk about tia. he. tr- -,
ansu up t hone, refusaedoo take t*au 'P 0 Bar eJ
further calls.er dtw n-a
And when Sen. Lister. 'ill of av .si. 1!
Alabama wrote new Budge& Diree. at in its
same uestion, Ht deliberate-t laet be-ib
Also, then the Lager commit York a th S
tee of the Senate asketquWstianf Di -
the same point, (*e Be The Bet ene ,

now been ea ed by the swfrn Sidnel Miil Com)a 4




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l aan e i nade "id ased him o]bfhe ts hel yner'
S tsemr le -e- ras =ether irr safe to throw .n
aIb akedbin made ,it- tAee wIk, hi gh need po as sh 0 n aInsib te"e ho te
ahe r al to o hall W or "arsto wi sae droeed in the foolish '
git wu ld ,e th h a ap e .Se(D 'aahe a Id eL e t.aie ve a, seal
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r's h t or la, bcan National ederaton, i t, Mime. n wife of the Bas
e or L se os in.thed uts I rN me-Je .eroldat eleonood Babesa mhBeaar,-got hMe .traig ,
.Nae a I t is e- i)thise there iand l Slme iv oel-e ilic Club here hAlm m wag tett hoelrully reads the morning news- Ofp rom the weatherman the d
Sis Stfi.o to t d their favorite n er h them'l never cail

al ofl aac a s t r-h t, ti ',,delAlie.' .tisl es. e st tme v IO t the ,e
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c o1 It .i 3- -.un iobitreq ur bb. .mf ud rz tele phoned the h
Lun, do W i or..ciai.. to buy regis.rat.p W ,.Ba.rd Ne bergeeeletme yeoe. the balt we. t "Ie Dureauand ty toh her .
ta hism whvd ,ien ho oru,,,. at ge apiece. AMd (D.-O. ) c'nc aor a t ge entor n Ike said to'eor.r tod rain. between d -e
e hi-- wour act hel wa da- tax a unte i Ibd for eveiy esgaon-raIt's lo er w aikortri ri t e iw' la he re.a led ooe So tha.h dnwiafed elaborate a
ta 5eor. f d worndw a6ber. Thee lawr are tbe- f1 hwa rb e famnds t e te renltie.' beter aatgon, an. a e
i ,thae lousr-nst LwMa krM s re.'g .oatsted l~ erut C. Iiarlurlna h we elay g fIdhlBJ. m No, I meen yesterday'. esletiom food tables and bar movea6ulde.
eig' lea tour fo'thine. Ari thbl e rlegl, a drive pwill start In As l memberT of th powerhouse oef Republiean mayor in l)enver," Of course, it never rained a drop.R
dme 4i .TIo extra Innin s too l m m 1heem a outeefrB. of the Oreg L iaur e n a I to the yon .mpa ".I .es they couldts el ,"
i heawu iTe' seto the faro -Omute for similar rdi- .prtty speaker in her own wtter. sghed the lady fgom Brail. "Bt
al ,ofia r b "-nannes. If passed, such statutes righlk .rS_ Neuberger thinks "Well, that's news to me." stai-. the next time 'D take a chance." '
tie..... nr aeould draan a uTion treaourye tbere' le toeplaine huob.-. meed startled Joyce who had leftJ .
S Li*ttle dil Wait Disney realm and certamly keep the labor -mOm- ,. Denver before the ballots were "If Russian Doss Khrushchev la .
,, that he aey have been mkn Eot" e9 from in g used po a .. Pinchnin f.or the senator at a counted. going to try ad climb to t h
S breaking a rdmBot nof j h- ti.e -- rrecent ,New York dinner, -bel Later she exclaimed, dI never ummit' at Geneva and hang on
when he bui the Davy Cloekett1 the textile industry hasi.'t cracked +,It usort of Ukeordering dreanmed.it would be the President to that di.y gthig en the bad ,*
T end -i"oheadaches enough, here are two rare rer t beef and getfag bptb.antwn told me we won the elect in.' better water down hi_ vodka a. d n
S T his h na nehs l a turnh a-tdritfl r e' pA -st-.'Antl. secret Ca .dan hamb e-+.too well done. I-k--'- =. -; Wow.ta. a got," quips Sen.
" leal battle, e lines are I? p i. ..e55u w e.l inereaso_!he th e coa1 pace has beeeso na t. terry Up .o mow m .yer-ye l 4 Su o- Robert S.g err (D.-Oa naJ. '.
drawsm twhich'wont take order Of .texes it .the giat U.. o T- .




tirom any crou ab toh |fUnan. This w-alamean that any-
After an attack on the textle strike caBed would cut off BERMENTARY TEXT jup?" "Yes darling. It's way comments about your wonderful
Crlkett fadb by p directors of Wal' nlheliverses and give the smaller dIpast my love-t ." pings a piece in Samedi-So-. in
tereman a drunkard aon edea-unon e A power. Thexle Workers.- T l l writer terribly ,i-
tional and broadcasting divisionsar t between Beck and he must ler. Welcome Strager Our Town quoted me. In a better e sa my
at east oeinortat spokesman AFL textile people will be hemer And earlier learned, the better: hasn't recovered yet from the m. remarks abut te U.S. were too
friend rallied edefenesoon... Never to hold in a secret Wace ac.-ao-a- n -h-schIol
-o uft which win't take- ors er I The woderrds of a faded lerest er: alt tst h gBeaiunqe sce he ..
b the nation's kia. George Mean preside. t o the To remember that love wears Tna-gg sl l lias dlTop Mcoiemw.ntw uin ye w ehi d i1't
Caon of Crockett n the AFL, is irritating many a left ny masks teem fBred naat a
tor Reubte on lecture plat-om winger Last power.ek, at the preNational And hese a them lessonswith no qa- way t He w ient m.cI now hae w ier letter ex-
tonal and broadcasting divisi, on Prestas bhet globe trottiae AFL son: el el l. I Welcome Snger! Our Town quoted me. n a eher hande ap mo-
at heJ s Mtood siordent of the I hiex said that "Labor never ha nd eHi r w is earned, the better: hasn't recovered yet forom .the a ee .b uto mte UYoS sense to
of the Indian fighter Coal Producers it g." And h walks othe way of treat n antra I's elt for e w' e b over n id

ytA.e nto n issn. I I A.dst.rratg mtan erft .'-. .wnonmase lao here. i to Renan d.&-
Sd declared tht Crockett Thaer t MeanyU.S. Secy.nt otLabor These e th ns ove w ariao taaea-nex her.deetted m t.-
iof' the a n iism o lethure oplato td and congratul week, ated him ee Before it and stand alono o iltay t'Brady d are-' t '
ie. irties. aid Moody: a ig eye to re wimb the ro bli- Having tasted the bitter w e tl money gifts Tm re rcl Rhoda .
l t h out l e.m Coal Pr ng It erst goo goatured k. And tested upon a stone, a. sucker tge re l f gli s Ma- ove



sne .. rb e l 'or But It did reflect the fat that a suaer oA a Fox exe
fiaadei or etbility. e was next year won't be -the in- Francis Rea ,-wen you can afford it." I years ago) ma nr change it
Sit D eavy C a d etot Candeud be tenselabor drive against Elsen t or --- because "it houl 't h k ood in
l- Mted unto death. No noa. hower which marked 1952 and M of a Midnighter: The lghtea" 0'tlwerstar of
e'Icrs rbNo'Wbn: smei e- wnua with AwL de'eratCs ac- Celebs About Town: She a htc about Ava's' Roade, c .y Mare-
Crl t s.: Davy w oud -' aun g scads of picture po3tc '. ok to aondon, P'n imo de two, at rrer ..-S. Stock-
Sha bahe to handle la any g --- o ne 1ke the rest of e e. .whel it (La Vie)y ;gs"co e .ire "brokra Sat- .
W t eelbtl, ." l .k.i A s Wlso been o rarsag He pe Hampton teri pWius 1xpe1t their Sh image.lurday eve'g. eaa Ken



bate a s a s an white fox stole (with a m Mother was Harvey 's M mimicry
circa e sfl belin e .IaI L Tex tbi o re d a y af or ileb ldimmense it ne '5' Nad
S o M e statrenaan- 8. wlewmaiity! oofi0 e r0aria with a_ .- c. Walter, vsratt1 y exciting,e
legend. e e of the e t la Be many of the a Omical.
is!a l6icampaign issue a forma which.the uion 'SS st Italian gr- ha n a Ne of ever.
casayblof .W.-but which a t leae js (s onl ard ptas ,ct. 1:
J altir itehe' wo'l tta e prota a.s' -wedwththext re :"Ae Teamst .
|-mqI 'Shermag ,. ,e r *u(he wtowe 'NTi. "e. adn




r a o c e Yorker w wT T te t deali k "No m n "s ove? "All
patA;U, ed a ise aho a -v a. Wae s ise ceinSa d ii in
ne faads b feartlf Noe S hew ,. ertb d. 's s anmss a.,Oh. th awte wt, .aderl...






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for- us' 'rallied t the Ofe aoieso I iKe with old ntter et ap at to A wauag a a nt w A4, x-sc t! h
of T 1-c'** L..ss i oft" a fdeGatr:m Iiewr' la 4o ,' h
;gall In Our-Alley: A pro e r i sin n wlrt fox sto .e .W.n ml'
the Indinir wrshipped a-exX t&d ater Hatd G\ Te
St t' i he a new.a show. I hine a. ime. N PrOl r, plan
C. of CBrorewaytby ttorm,"oesid, tre r B ared A 4
Sto | lecturteLting. erLo ttr cotames, Ho stars, wl orhaestheemt b pen ait eam r every Wateopery axctinmoy
swa e I t e- tr sligg tra, staged. ,reeto e and, tanth ra I... *. .h elmgA s TeeBall qryt.tn aSrsn, w ad a s owa







S,|/ lr\ eamp*ign tissue m.:l.tuion.ti st I grt just ten tabs- a t .l U.S. woe, &earf at@ J .s LOWers
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the Repubiles Involved are em. tive aapplg program 1s co et-
ployed, utilizing some fifty mil- ed, ,ti Western Hemi e
ons of dollars worth of plant and comes closer to the .
egulpment. that the wprld is a small
.4 the ,r it
Of this entire ture, the a people ork and st toget-
United States tmtes pproxi- er.
mately one-fifth, the other four- The question arises as to why
fifth coming from all the colla. this .great effort has been mider-
borating countries. take~
These. Republics, In turn, will The ap*r is Simple to the sol-
receive accurate maps which can dier and the engineer.
be utilized for the planning of In- Maps are eaemtial to properly
dustrial, agricultural, and ininera- plat the hemisphere's detensea.
logical development of their own They ard equaly essential to hbe
terlrtories. economic development of a ceunm


try.
Without accurate maps, devel-
opment of modern highways, rail. No Industrial, agricultural, c m-
roadse, oanats, harbs etc., is not mercal or communications devel-
economically feasible. ppmeat cait be esfflieetly undebr-
As each phase of the collabora- taken without accurate maps.


2ND LT. MAS a. M JAMS and Sgt. Ram Id BI. Petr
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dance made metallic to atmeal wam
II-Attach tIasleap mineral 8-Funweral T79-Wipeoul
mat t 5I1--lewl1 98-Sdles --LLayer atsm. sO-4a&ceg
amchble da- d 95-Joint t oIrla S-Ausiaded a-IoNuth
- total 5-PrinterW t -f-Vault 40-4koea
10-4#DImaur timpC* s tarn 4-4faughty l-Brun -. nuta
1-mng meat 9-Departed woy up o
oyster S13-Ofan f-Utahlon --MInila date. 8 -uedIke
19-Avouch paat a-G1asbi bhep 43-Wrm 4s
33-Over European askance T-tor 44--Potential i
2--mbb Vaoe 100-One bIncc energy nymphs
sa-tt 59-ourity. eating I (Wot) a45-utet 90-Softest
S-M38loved. 56-ufetime teeth S-Dak menorah 92-Brightee
3-"Ship 57-Most 101-*niodth. (p eUc) greases 9-Xtaierna
o. the daring tg 3--Tekr 4T-Trust 9--CAcultoi
desiwt' OS-Gdar. device 10-- .4-DrOoop t--aat.
""-..t...u,, sh ,b -iS- atfi.ty ats b- m .l-.to A
noting a i1-Woeful fs-M"Sand. IL- ant '.dcut
nmosalc 62-Thlckly piper 1o3-mcti5f B2-116ht S-4 ove
2S-4eawneed 64-LAw lO.-Astound 4IUg --Buwt 101,-e-t
ST7-Qidflia. Ude 1Or--asas maugr m0S-Avanue
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wi 68g -Aasam 111-Iduted L*--nieunt 5S-Wend baa
Wait silhwo 112--ppalllag o(fesis 60-eVrage maIn-
O-- hleld- lie-Shelter IBstwag -4.ww brane
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-taly's new Prenier, Antonio Segnl hopes to start a
real new deal on the peninsula.
f And if his government cami ake out will1 its
Smajorities in the two hoprt Rulparte Mi
ark the first funrtdamental oaWl chahlgein ia;":.
-.-s .Zlnce the war. .
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,The change will be domestic In Ioreign policy, Seg,.
i rs cabinet will foJlow virtually the same pro-westera
line as the late AL -Ide de Gasperi and his slucessors.
But in bome affairs, Seni hopes to press a number
of prgaas .that had staled under the recent Chris.
Uan Dmocrati governments.
One of these la nand reform and subsidies for agrl-
eultural moderniantion. Segnl is a land reform en-
thuslast and filve years ago he gave up his own model
250-acre farm on the Island of Sardinia to be divided
among the peasasnts.
Next, he intends to press the development of Italy's
newly discovered oilflelds, both on the mainland and in
icly.. The o lpr has been. stalled by a bitter
political dispute, wmereow mcb.h help Ital shallsc-
sept .from AimereWan firms In deyeoplng timm- .,
SBe Is said to have worked out- a comprormis-by
which the America e-oil inrms will oontinueto ope.ate.
in seuth Italy and Slcily, while the north Itlian fields
Swill be reserved as a government -,monopoly.
n w. T la evni wants to reato a supreme court some-
.t.mt on the Americen model to be a final arbit* of
S constitutional quetlon in Italy. A dispute ovej the
S., makeup of such a courthas been draggnon for 10
eam and Segntl hope to solve it dle y naming
pro Judges from four different political parties.-
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S .The First Lady of the U.8. is going to be in on the
(ringer of the Big Pour talks.
-.e White House says Mrs. Eisenhower will accom-
pany the president to eneva, Switzerland, next week.
Mr. NMsenhower Will take up quarters In a malsion
opt.lde the city. That way he wil have the weekend
tio tlax and consult his advisors, including Secretary
of* State Dulles.
S The White How also Issued a statement denyl
aty difference of piion between Mr. Elsenhower-and
Dulls-on Russla'j. strength or weakness. The state-
mnt was aimed at published testimony saying Dulles'
klda house subcommittee that Russia's economy was
t the point of c. lapse." The White House said Dul-
le- s comparing the Communistic system to Cip-
itafmu.... not meaning any immediate cfras.
% he west is laying plans for a possible major dip-
lomatil horse trade at the summit conference i*-G -
nova. -.
f. ctals of the Big three western powers met in
Po6i4 to complete preparations for offering Russia a
Ssefrity guarantee in exchange for free German elec-
Sources say the diplomats are dlacusing. ieflf the
type of security, guarantee to be offered to .
The sources stress that the Vest should make such
a guarantee only if the Russians agree to free eteec
gtlOns. .. ...t e .
UN Secretary-General Hammarskjold says the first
effective step soon may be taken toward abolishing
nuclear weapons.
He said in New York that next month's UN confer-
ence In Geneva on the peaceful uses of atomic energy
.. may tead to such a Ts e aonCznce, was ealuld.jt
te- -h t ie move t -er- olftul g President Hlhow.
'-wr tulw-or-pn-ce" 'progrtaf -
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Someone's idea of. a joke may cost U.S. taxpayers


a. m|K:fr radlpera ipony mdisoesIe
* ntha_ set Ot atly air-sea hunt for the shi that
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Id were dropped "for lack of evI-
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a we af wheayw .... .
r, Ml 2 t aJn Ly was made an Impressive
Wt eh tretamen. Patterson knock r Achle MeBride In the -
announced for vYtut rousid of & scaedvled 10-rounder at New YGrk.
N. t toncoStS wao at ,one-minute and 46-see-
4. elementary SIR e. e tar 4" down for the third .
d e outof the em- e4a0 teon ranks second among
would be borne lit t- r ders. This time, he spotted
*a .I to be see. McBride 1 ad onie-half pounds and still handled him.
' -,i Pa 'aanlypad. iomint came in the thhir round,
wM6 c4. a marun wh aPBBde IatklMl -o.with a loft ho6k to
ona l9ft the I.ad, r -,
t It Was all Patterson. f ed eMe-
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Wov.AO.as a I n al S.a f fleni -


i defennt.Wilam j. Mitchell, was ary, Iher right finished him
altar oflcls said ere had f. .
n compeint aed t him with Army au- o
th ek d ot. a n h a A former heavyweight champion of the world be-
He did not l e 1istaSff- trgeant' stripes as.a re- leves he has the answer to juvenile delinquency,
suit of the a, tuand Is due toileave the Isthmus sext Jersey JoeWaIzott told I',SeNtte committee Wednes-
March. '. "'-. ,.. day that tie answer. .13s a lot of loving attention and
His buddy, Pit. Vernon. elton, charged with as- judicil 4ses pt, o4d-fas "strap oil."
sault with Intent to cotnt ap e o .lbl-eldew of tht, ,.Wacott was hl1ld .t t'easlums who gained fame
sistersntaVolve was fln_ $1i00 and ,ientueed to.,o0 with hiflats. And"he td ld tM e Senators his parents
days In Jilcoter A juryfInd fl guilty of battery. used the combination of old-fashioned "strapoi and
NH Is due t&j d lacharteu r Jail this week. loving attention on him when he was a bad boy.
Over Mt lass1ted npisy were to be the rel- Boxers Federldo plunhet Maid Wilfredo Brown were
plents tom.oft.ow of fttt 1t -fiveloss due-.4to e lqed i40,4.d $15, retctple f, by the Ptnama Box-
pOYvhltdnfF -the recentit'sle-d'Cmlesii p I i y
Py Ralse ilt .ch spei. thathte 7 per cent ummerm and W'tn a pial red before the connnis-
pay inereate m o be relbaltivs to Mach I. sion Tuesdayv nigt to explain their poor showing in
SPFirst to r.elve this retracett pay w.as .sml Sunday night's 15-round feature bout at the PanamA
group of-134-eivMH n employ-of -the Air- Gym. .nB" defeated Plummer by unanimous deci-
Monday; the biggest group, of over 1800 = be siaon, f .
cmvi- t eet Meinal emplovs, about 4io --ere |Ao -;:' *- -
giVen th*i way turease cteck., iab 1 PO been u ui tnent for
-a th0iA of Me _fig an 14nhe had
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Into lhe bOawnk of the C The a agpdBrire said ther
The drydock was opened Ioar .he, firhA.%m t .1 qP leWn have
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at the age .of- 6. He resid .".Ao o
sincee his roer;ement fro q pate most of
Trip, well,.nwn Was nil xplarned
formerly 1vI in tne Ail nBrown's
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- Political activity In Pastmin DOm46Into another
he a wee ago today a the aecpnoronventton of
e National patioUc Coalftlop party formally launch-
ed the preidental caodldle* itR tp ( nAestito)
de la Glla Jrt and hlftAnnitg mat for the 6M
elections. ,
The day after tre convention, thu ant ca.it.pa -
V.to leave him at liberty to mIake wft., re"..
e emeo fLI .. .:
. redcot,.laa acep aa t
ceededt r6ptntaUt n
culture mnliteqr Temistocles Diaz,
as first vice presidential candidate,
rocha Graell r .


141 pounds a week before-the ightn, the consulted Dr.
flbrega who placed Broten a diet Which dropped
his weight to 139 -3- ,z -. ..
Dr. Fabrega advised him tA- Jt would be danger-
ous for Brown to take off an ore poundage, with-
outrun the risk of i -uring the
w he t m ti wn would
ew Br t emato s
St 13%he would
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-. aver the Atlant"e for apout 37-hundred mile fr 31** -"'"* .- .. .- *. l $a W
f ul.. -f o lhoptates." Me wraps the .m e
.ftt a Bob& instead of cellophane.
marine was standing by to pick up the 21 a or It works, t. Aeremr by the
! -- o -- The general manager of the LiverpoelPblahzn k QMnl.v save 'is
Theatergoers in Britain now can munch dy and y eyvethe cnopolates hearty enadrsmenwatad es. Wij y ll say
.. .- ... ..r. "we tested. by.eating a boxes at ne add to not
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Y'TALK MIGHTY
B,WAhDE.IIFNpUE RE
FGaERN' CN .CA.9IOY
T'"ABCK Iu UUP,. FERIIT IT/
WE'S STiLL 1ACK AT TM'
IBAR-20 WON ERIN WHAT
- HAPPENED T'"O' /


r COME ALOCG.,SHEPWF"' I
WE'LL NEED tOU ALUTHOMrTY
t0 TAKE OVER THE TOWN HALL,
TAX OFFICE AND THE CATTLE-
MEN'5 ASSOCIATION BEFORE
CASS OY AND THESE LOCAL
. PEASANTS KNOW WHA
-14HT 'EMo .


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OVER FO THE EVENING 2'-
OH I UNDERSTAND YOU
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FOLKS IS MY SYSTEM .
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IT NICE OF YOU TO MEET OU
INVITE US! T)IS IS DAUGHTER


WHAT A SCOEECH ? IF I NEVCr
SEE THAT FREAKI OF THE WEEK'AQAIN
THE RESTOFMY LIFE,,1LL
^ $SUIT FME
UST,
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WHATr~' HNIS FATHER~'
OPENING A NEW BUSINESS
IN TOWN I'M TRIING TO
LAND HIM FOR A
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FAST WORK, MAJOR M EfQS UR
ACCORDING TO MY L AKEMR.HAZAR,
WATCH THERE ISN'T YOUR STORY HAD
BUT A MINUTE OR BETTER E TRfUJ
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IT SLOWS! -


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MAYBE FOLKS THN K I'M A HOLD-UP
FELLA OR A PAN6EROUG CRIMINAL
OR SOMETHING HEROES A OLD P6G
OR SHED! LETS ST DOWN AN RST!
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WELL, WELL!. SO WU'VE HUH ? WHERE'D YOU
HIT THE ROAD A6AINT COME FROM? YOU'RE
COUNT TAKE ITAT ALL GREEN ALL OVER
PRIMROSE HALL EH WHOEVER HEARD OF
WHAT A PITY' A LITTLE 6REEN
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NOT ME, POLL, NOT ME! LU66N
LUGGAGE IS FOR PEASANTS,
AND I'M AN ARISTOCRAT.
TELL WHAT I WILL 7
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I 60T HAPPEN TALENT K0D! ONE OF 'EA
IS TURNING INVISIBLE UPON DEMAND-
STICK YOUR THUMB OUT' HERE
G4E COMES NOW! HUH.
C T0 A DOU KNOW
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COME ON SACK G'WAN- WHO'D STOP THEIR
TO THE ROAD! I'M CAR IF THEV SAW A SILLY-
60ONNA FIX YOU UP LOOKING' LITTLE GREEN
WITH A VERY MAN AN' DON'T
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BLONDIE,IHER9S FRIEND INSISTSON'
TAKING US OUT TO A RESTAURANT
FOR MINNER,50 VOU TAKE THE
. ROAST BACK FOR YOURSELVES


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