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-WASHINGTON, June 30 (UP) A House ApproM
tions Committee official said today that it was poal
the Panam6 Canal Zone would be affected under a
vision in the Defense Department appropriation bill
would eliminate the 25 per cent differential for
hired United States employes in territories and poaM
No exact figures were available on the Zone today
to how many American employes of the Canal end I
armed services were hired locally. A rule-of-thumb..l
set the number at 50 per cent or more.
Local personnel officials and labor leaders here a
in Washington were studying the text if the med-
Most of them were of the opinion that even ifi
measure becomes law it will probably he no grettiO
to employes on the Canal or military payrolls here.
Commentators have all point- mendnient would be'MEL
ed out that the Canal Zone is not befortidnal passage of tse H
a Territory or a a of the TJu measure Is h
United States, but an g rantj- e .action later
hif ..an W a "e aw A mer anaujclm m
ja sonnel admattuve purpow, eaal
______ ________ the Ca ul r Zone bos e ,zamu plMM, I
S*' been clauaided with the possea- ."d oetma
slos. There It Is a ma of i
--~t ~ 1JK~ ^ ~ The House Appropria 1 on the Amecan eiS25
h ion ttea of ficial who e M a er A tiona icfeers
Sponae thrbat to te Canal a emp ent_ dae
Z zone, said that the amendment w~hs1n wajm
er Acs not hall be available the a.ua
In -the pib Mr blrean r Canal Zone atti en resident en am ee a 19t MW 4i
ath u I fuel, but oer mind a the natve oritkeasnon
>6pej: at n i.t. ovaratte .,at In A los- ins o h
3t o ook a 3 ( Hand allowe Ro.com PeRn.in fora y --?i
S~t i n vnier R- could lado in of t-shore ilfer mplreat l
5nental for govenmen ult jobs. e e Gas meis
that th sought lieyo wt0- th 6iory ofntth e Datpermaneonsie toL
800, to Inin000 ma .JI the tF ar The ueo n s tenter e sar taiS
ar of to Ito Include the Carnal Ze. hE r.
is6r or five yeor s at leas he Committee venfit was s wy the md tuilty
a. ma nossthlep of thasome inea ~Bth a- day ers i S.
I52tdy.acP oosrA' J bo S s tb$1,000,0m i Fuae
'wn n- ki mefr to b f
he i~. Such toincs atathon eCansSalrters. r Formoiol Eofdte
oftheme ,d fe-, b oerJ Aaniable ov'Me Pautaoied Solons O Cis
ONl"t noiKy*nl d look for a pay and alltwanes for compara- PARIS. an k M -lg
B>" w f 410. tinentil United Stat- unbm e Mfl mute Ui-
-ltn pftdlm t, ht air*iDMo d hav 1M- th territory or po aeus0on In the Natiemal Atemby
t eMW aifs g tooi iMiijd W m .& a rwM h iAch ea sa resident-M W eafeee i the 'taf
B ot thv a tr Ieb tr e yw atbleate pa y The House Appropniate in i S eter aSe l ai nd t h 1
Sct In 7W t ea tu Committee official saiz It was msly enii the al
ia C45t"tItP fe.b nosrible that some clarifying a- uay criizds
tiroor Bobo Says $1,unlesUb 9W1
se of comm
M"ted i* tl
Enough To Raise A
NNW YORI. auwe 30 UP) -and he our-year-old son, the paper it I
In. BO Roeweeler, who Is WinhropJr. cause It be reve ee
M3 oin% O ;ther estranged Se aed her complaints a-e f teller.
sindI&, '"Park Avenue galanit Rockfalt while be maLn- "I don't like to tellb
t, she could taWed a stony allaehe In Little Ing poor." she @W. 'I
t raise ber MIn th Rocke- Rock, Ark. like a smobOQ.Out'
dier mawe, 4m the income Roc kefeller, a grand son of Herson getmS 7
onM a trust fund. the late John D. Rockefeller, from hig trWAfund-.
Sr. OaSi d she has wasU reported to be establishing tW one y goe ter *
^_lnqhSi.,k from a reddence for a O0-day Arkana PhOiim, _=ec1tey.
d aset up dlvce, eoelr, "that he
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By Victor Rfinl
1 IIS YOUR PtORUM THE READERS OWN .14A Hhrry Truman sat in an off-
the-record luncheon last week
with some old friends and allies
and discussed the specific tac-
X Itics, issues and tlttie for
I N MI 8-' his first blasts against Pres-
The Mll lBx is an open forum for readers of The Panem. Amer- dent Eisenhower in-the turbu-
Letter are received gratfully end re hbandied i ea wholly cenfi- lent political Infighting ahead.
*u meieri And It was natural that these
I yo'centatiboe a letter don' be Impatient it it doesn't appear the old friends be labor leaders.
at day. Letters ee published in the order received,
Plmes tIry to keep the leters limited to one paeo length. For this luncheon came nine
S delRy at letter writers is held in strictest confidence. years, almost to the. day, after
Thks newspaper Gassmes no responsibility for statements as opinions that afternoon In C Bago when
eMsed i la fers from re s a little known Missouri senator
So walked quietly into the pent-
"ROUTINE INVENTORY" house political hea4guartehs of
h:. .the late Sidney HI man and the
Do the tax paying residents of the Canal Zone know that the late Philip Murray at the height
government Storehouse in Cristobal has been closed as of of the 1944 Democratic conven-
Wednesday June 24 until at least July 8 because they have lost nation. Unpretendtiously Harr
complete control of the stock? Truman Introduce binlt as
That the closing of the Storehouse was done without advance the man the emoralte Party
notice and is not a "routine inventory?" for.Vice-rswaldent of the no ate
It is rumored: forVice-Presidento U .
1) That the stock is in such confusion it la to be written off And the controverl Dem-
and a complete inventory taken and the present stock is ocratic-Labor coaita e that
to be accepted as the original stock, wa- launched that litien-
2) That the new stock "auditing" system set up by the was launched that fterno
numerous and highly paid internal audit men has creat- nine years ata tha Imt
ed such disorder that it is unknown what j in stock, out record lunch iat w eek. That
of stock, or what has been received or Wifat has been sold. meeting was one of sverrat
3) That a staff of auditors has been sent from the Heights already held, and eof t to be
to aid in the so-called "routine inventory." held, in few York, between
4) That it has been found necessary to re-audit a system Mr. Truman and the nation's
established by these same auditors less than a year ago. most influential union chiefs.
5) That here is a situation where under the new auditing
system the Storehouse does not know if it has lost $5 or When Mr. Truman sat down
$500,000. last Wednesday with the CiO's
Who will meet this loss? You and I with increased costs and David McDonald, James Carey.
hlher rents. Emil Rieve and national counsel
There is a rumor the same condition exists in the Balboa Arthur Goldbetg, he already
ltorehouse. When will it close for "inventory?" had had a quiet session in the
i I believe the U. S. Citizens Committee should demand a com- Mayflower with Hilman'sa suc-
l ite investigation of this situation. cessor Jack Potofsy, leader of
Querulous the CIO Men as Clothing Work-
S LEt CLANCES By Calbraith The lunching labor leaders
__ swapped political talk with him
S---and found Mr. Truman still the
master of strategy which has
been his great strength through
'- the years since labor first help-
ed make him. The CIO leaders
were eager to cut loose at Pres-
ident Elsenhower.. But not Har-
ry Truman. He urged restraint.
In all sincerity he told the
unionists that. the office of the i
Presidency was the greatest,
most responsible job In the
world. The ex-President said
It would be unfair to lambasted
SMr. Eisenhower this early in the
Administration. No one could
h master the office ift so short a
M Mr. 7rtman, 'extelti dUA
)'mt rWile the thm we -wasted in college this year,
fa I*otoainly hope we find the right boy' on the
Zukaetussmen and office workers, every noon day Monday
thru Baturday, we cater to you... with special "Business
Asset" luncheons. Hearty dishes you like, the service you
prefer, the prices you like to pay.
MENU CHANGED DAILY
CHO.IE OF DINNER PLATE
S, FRESH SALAD
DESERT COFFEE OR TEA
2v" Thursday Corned Beef and Cabbage
WM ftTa-t Grilled Sea-Food Plate
... paetti and Raviolls served dally
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By Bruce Biossat
The case of Supreme Court Justice Tom Clark Bome .
Is one of the more difficult moral issues to pre- g gd4Crod
sent Itself to the Congress and the Americap pub- 4e1
Uc. BaL maO
A congressional committee inquiring Into past to damage t
operations of the Justice Department would like to visit wra
to question him about his actions as attorney an explosive
general in seven specific cause. Clark has de- Thead
lined an invitation to appear before the gr" at t
and Qffer public explanation. ,C 1.
In his note to the committee chairman, Clark Val- h
apparently Old give same prtivae accounting of ought to be
his conduct In the lever caabs. In such a
spelled to tes
But he argLed that for himn to teay publicly diatonoreJ
..... ... 9......... ...a......-dts h + .a e.6k,_ ...,
explained that he wanted to LiDS
be just a private citizen when ea "I.0a
he cut loose. met how.
In both sessions, with Potofs- his case,
ky and with the larger CIO be kept free 01
group. Mr. Truman enjoyed tell- Itics.
ing of his drive across country It wotl no
from Missouri to Washington. court if'its men
that kind of cc
He said he did exactly what
he had done as a senator. There
was no eccentricity in this; 'he
enjoyed it. He had gotten into
the car with Mrs. Truman and U
had taken the same road he W
took to Washington as Senator.
Difference was that when he
stepped into roadside restau- MEMOS OF A
giant, the diners left their their
pie and coffee to ask for auto- Dear M1. W
graphs. When he drove into a Jmen Pref r l)
filling station to ask where a Jane "sl)
motel might be nearby, word make millions,
got around and soon a little Loaded with
group formed near his sleeping must have let
quarters. The local police chief Caus some of
came In to offer protection, friend blush.
which was waved aside. But the poaIwriters
next morning there was a police CTr this week-.
escort to the main highway, o Tax Dept. abid
he wouldn't "get lost." Lain flattrsl.
It was apparent that Mr. The Gr eek
Truman enjoyed being "Mr. chus (He' .th.
Democrat.P But he would put: hi rs..
ofl using that prestige polti- a re
cally for a hile. And, aob- NGreecsl Ol
Served, nothing would be lost reee). ac'
by waiting le was certain Lr. (Zo e (re
the Repu boe would makl ed for any nes
errors. And in hs character- hits over h3
istic Jargon he told his pol i- strategy) look f
cal partners to "give the GOP in the fold..
enough time to hang itself." wahingtonl .
Over this there was general Wahgton W
enthusiasm. Your item as
After he left Washingto4, Bir. bam eI thsm
Truman motored to New York gnlo g aemy
where he wanted to see the Iheates Ar t
Liberal Party leaders, David A eme m
Dubinsky and Alex Rose. The1 GS"a MsVl I
overt reason was Mr. Truman' s 0a S a I
desire to meet with those help-...Tl -
Ing to build the $1.500,000 Tru- K= W ',"t.
man Library. ifAN-'--'--3S
But there is no doubt that .-,
the old Democratic-Labor coali-
tion is being revived, revised A eab I deI
and refueled. Mr. Truman leavaneav4nd-rune
behind him pledges of active fully t bs
and outspoken support for la- wbeunrb"
bor's campaign to oust the Re- the.po ree, Ihti
publicans from Congress In Inf
next years' election. ownS I
Mr. Truman s choice of lunch- m r i'
eon campanions so far Is alas DPe -I,,,
significant for Its omissions. oe
seems to have Ignored the AF .
leaders in Washrnigton. A of
which Indicates that the ar In1
Soph i a '*ma, not be as MrU l
ndica their public speech
We imow at least that the
White House strategit are
working closely the s da M
AFL an_ ers an revia of
Tutt Mley law, wi the
leader have not been approae-
Whild explains why 0CIO te -
wild abqut Harry.
eros a nt W JaW-Sib!
by u4A fi state if ,luui
thetMe M w-have been-the reason 0
let's ._!! win-1ewps my w erle o
,gd m.Ah. e wo
PW- e^^Isea lg a fre i4
aa*s-k^ the day 5wh
nlo t-= M Poa ould We up alial fl
Teday am dginhwlt
a hat eClarbhk isnot net
Satre of the aole urt o aipl.r
u tClark by drag h Into
A te-would of curse be com-
Te reut would be either vin
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t he god or the dignity of the To
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mntrovereal grilling. in the
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h: The 20th's "Gentle-
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their curia d for this ne e.
,, j 'dtiMlore wi' sub-
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I today. I Kay Wiet chaplain, and Mcan-
irtla' for .el vs confined to bachelor of-
enlMfle' quateAu from March 6 tq
tbhestag- il when his defense coun-
IovBioa" MI, at.- Goaed. Leoa Slair. obh-
last-tainedhir release, No charges
were spetfled wnal Apri1 16.
id to bav The courts-martial wiLbe held
e u well at Catlstldon, S.C., h.duarter-
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rermanInc inludes the OKr Wet bae. been aide Io produce a
Rear Adm IrvinT. DOW, Aet-
w* details l commedant o the distrlet, was both automatic -a
a also a commander of the Key Today, Ifler seml yeal
1 be t base. He Initiated the In- MOVAyO -tal y
* ead.Vestlgation of the "ImMoralM OVA D eginrs
as Lt as ow following the chaplain's fully created IbAstom
Piet, OaSf- complaint abe thi nlm uIIfwifM
ileat l f uAte,' coama i wh- a.,h aiu-ae
4t8tim. Sp;. Capt A asnme, was In Bs
wee jhVe of th n for all Its rotating propulhioc
S e VWest "2al antlos, a ented devise, makes t
'i;d the ,NavywsobzU es had no bd al -
Mhe naval part a p ea ld l sies
neo The s- acting the thinness o
L IchjA taf twelt o Availabl in water-ma
t t be sa- Rwho swttut frtead es 'am- 17jewsK anti-saastic
oral" by Xmb>ia.. extra derab dub
Sprotes Because of i protest,
e-- klfl barred a*rse such
shout anotha the one
which reauted In the courts-
marftal-waIsd eb. S, the
Thereupon Imbte wrote to
S RoearAd .8. a Jr. Navy Pr proof o the
of cha 24 Washing" e t
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The S. S. Ancon is scheduled to Miss (. DUbee; Miss Estelle Du-
&rriv, at Cristobal Monday with Bois; and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
a heavy load of 160 passengers, Duch;
according to the advance passen- Mr. and MrsWflltam ,H. 1gt
ger list from the Panama Line. and 2 childMn: .Mrs. Ana 'Mt-t
Among those on the ship will Fernande,- C Ofte Fluougljo
be James Marshall. Chief of the Mr. and Mrs. Moris Fralsb;:h i
postal, Customs and Immigration Kathleen OIatfney; Jutie Ganda:
Division; Leonard M. Brockman, segui; Miss'Vera Xi. Garmman
Assistant Personnel Director; Mrs. Josephine Garron; HRay7
rnid Clyde S. LaClair, Official Gerhart: MisIn r Glotfre; MWs.
Photographer. 'Claire Gordon; Mrs. Lenore
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iving AlomAuite~liduding Day Bed, 2 Arm
hairs and doffe Table ................... g .,
a*ogany Dining Room Table and 4
pfelitered Chairs ............... ...... 33.00'
ouble Hollywood beds (Cdmplete) '....... 23A.
lftle Nelywood beds (Complete) ...... 19.O.:
tedern Mahogany Chet of Drawers r...... 2
ECONMTIONED FURNITURE (Like New)
IvingR" im t (5 plees) ..............
iNtn Roop Tlo, qd 4 chairs .......
o"l BW, (Cwmplet) ............
ingleo Bd ( apeote) ............
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Iables ) and 4 Chairs ...... 104,
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AWSD MANY .OTHER BARGAINS
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SX. IIUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
41 Atmobmi Row PhoIe 3-4911
J. F. Re h OMa. "-
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aB ^Mrs. Bertram oa
of Quepos and Mrs.
A .g Nase w6 gIVn U1 thee 1A n 1 -Gasb. "kont, 3r., the form.
ev o bohmeb MIL 0. Idemsor ias f. W. C. Nan% Gilder, arrived
Z rq* are sgblom hie e mplsymdt With he easama n hiiqu rom
Meet Casl. Orlenas, and a nre
N. hi years d a farewell present t. Mrn Wane
SThose who p iatd Wr Lieutenant Dookout, Jr.,
wThe *dim e"".by and Jan t now in uM.e .eo
3 wlth Mr. Robert HamUlton, James The Balited Navy and
Joh nand m m ke ,af C- nWives Clb
on M1bo, Jr. hold a dance at the
..o,,....or,,, p, d. Mr. Neville "M.WOeOfthsRates Club onteL
Sa orite ch and Mr. F Ipoaors, was also parent. July 4th, entitled the
Favoriteo'I"_ Cadzrpc --',o,.,
':tVOAeasi fra their werhe"UCM .
associates on the 4Atl tWc With Gnes Informal attUrc willI
SPORT Locks. lanca van Bevedadt order of the evening and
pen to Mr. Jack Ward, o behalf 4retuamd Amday on the C- bta tarts at 8:o p.m. iW
J-. .-we vt the Conteol House and 8a r a" t New Oleas g. miM care.
t *i United hbonorees an r ben accompanied by Mia Dog y Phrth Of Juljy Evnts -
t IN.T. PI S WalletB a y ath a Welu, who will remain I =,an A* w Se some
S i 1 l buckle. j In definite v, and MseM Cja. *nThe first Jaly 4th
in e T| 8: tions of "Informal remark wtrere madP ra Loulte and lorence Dubbs tans at Coco Seolto are
ds b the Chfef of tp Division, and Ruby Wilson, who will (Cemiued On Page 6, Cet
Spers r. R. C. 8tcband Rev' Wend two weeks on the Dth.
Sre 8: World erend J. W.' ..ruam, who mu.s.
a- 9:^ Answen ords otf afwer N arewi Party At O1W VAb ..
i To T i ed toned, and among the Igr
wpot is ag e Ph0 iwe L.cks, t was a farewell to-
St! P" t' "r (BBC) made-. Penlag- er for Captain .and M .
ton, aN a es Dewey who a leaving
Sv A won '-o of thosMe were ao oon for the tate, Mr. and
c th een and on e-- noted Ms. W. Primmwere host
k ee with .tCo hldreaand hostess for the occasion.
W In.D j WN Tig" lll &l. Jy 1 MEffe pel wlatAended All Elks and their' guests arm
rz >eteduatttto h ere Mr.nawrence. hamb, invited to see the fireworks
torw on th :m Clock ohnake a le tew- e the roof of the Club on
ter jr ndatrm .the Jly 4th and to remain for
t e- As declared rattled off his di- 0 the dance, which will last from
.e :05-- 4fk Club h g s :00 to 100I a.m.
,ono:luncono11 Mr. oad Mr. ,obwe
op.:Club was puld lz Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rib-
9 ~ wa01 4Wq Sat- her, and daughter Madeline,
pl l g1rtt 3tiBr I' frdar.*a' leaving by lane Friday i
.of Mr'.. I a visiting before
to Europe for a Visit in
of l t gland and on the Continent.
M c d11:05-Off tile (contd.) ment~rn A Plan to be gone for two
ds. 1. M,,,. ,. ,,,Mrs. Af,,,-.
13:epa6" k ,- 111011101 AtrFed Davis
:p- -uth hadb was.I a of Z willbe played at the
Scl gla i aaa Pa rt i Offlc ra Club
:1 it o Aa Wednesday, July last.
aro aAll eligible residents are cor- dol ar
**ab 3 or a trick. at ,2:1 t .
Sthf .3: s inted Dealers in New and Used Furniture -
e4101cu10 Wthi th5 OuTH. AI
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SLewis Service Salp
No. 4 Till Ave.-Phone 2-3221. and We. M 1
fourth of July Are.-Phone 2-0411 No. Li
S FOR SALE FOR SALE
SSALE:-Beautiful genuine Ch-FOR SALE: 1949' Slek 4-dee
nesse ragon Rug. in perfect con- Seden, w-s-w Ike, nad, duty pal.
dtion, 8 x 10. bargain, two iron For nly $1,199,. e ellea e*a-
Sflower por stands, mahogany center dim. Smet"'y "UllIet S A.
table. mrror top. Pictures 37th 16Ih stea h cti Ave., bsee
.St No 7. upstairs. Tel. 3-1025. 800 Cele .
FO LE--Kenmore electric cbi- FOR SALE:-193 Chrysler Custom
net sewing machine with attach- Imperial, 4-doOr sedan, white wolll
ments. klchen storage cob.net. Tel tires, radio, low mileage, cat in
S3-5069. excellent condition. Telephone Coco
IFOR SALE:-9 foot porcelain West Solo 79.
inghouie refrigerator, $100.00. 3 FOR SALE:-t*50 &ich Special 2.
Sspeed. 10 mch. 25 cycle fan. $10.- deer sdeW.e, ellen 'lehes.
b Quartermaster furniture. Houte- leel 1 sodligs with E ewl and
hold goods. House 1573-J. Govilrn seat severs. Smeet y ,Imalse .
Road. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. Phem
i.CR SALE.-keftrgerator 25 Cycle. --0, C-l--.
S 5.00. W hlng machine. Apex FOR SALE:--1951 Plymouth sedar.
$ 0.00, 1 tan $6.00. high chair rodio, leather upholstery. Call
$8.00, 2 electric clocks $2 _0 Amoson. Biolboo 23303.
each. 5611-B, Hodges Place. FOR SALE: FIRE TRUCK 1942
SDicb:o. Dodge 1 Vi T, John Been high
'., SAt-r E. Retrgerotor, 7 cu. ft pressure, pump ideal for or-
Soll porela;n, 25 cycle and Apix chard, spraying or irrigation. Phone
waser, 25 cycle. Call 2-2796, 1541 Balboa after 3.30 week
Balboa. eek days.
'VCR SALE: One painted bambcoI FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Custem
S sofa with cuthion seat-. Reosonob'e convertible. -Fully -equipped. $I,-
SPre. Apply Ecuador Avenue No 390. Can be financed. Will accept
20 At. o.30. clean 1940 or 1941 as trade-in.
SA20 E- .single bedsprng- Call Pedro Miguel 4-434.
With innerspring mattresses, I FOR SALE:-1949 Ford 2-derw Se"-
double bed spring with innersprng d*n w*ith rdo, iad buy fr ab
S-rmattress,. condition fair. 1 single rvwiem, Goe i fe $900.00.
4 coil spring, condition good. Ra- Smeet y Hemmlct S. A. 16. St.
i' onobe. 754-C, Balboa Ro-d __Central Ave., phone 800 Ceoeh.
I ERiERefrigerataor6 fr 251 FOR SALE:-1949 Plymouth 4-door
*'cl" very good cbncdtion. 360 00 Special De Luxe. oll extras. Excel-
e. 2-6439. 0588-C. Anccn lent condition. Sacrifice saJe. Cdl
.__ Corozal 429 or Clayton 2291.
ir RS4kLE-Prayer Rug, Baby Grand -- .- __-_'_----_ ._.,_
oo Stick Reed Furiture.Holy- FOR SALE-1948 Studiooker Char.m
lywod bed, extension table, metal pion 4 door sedan, $525.00. Qtrs.
:desk. 2-1658 1544 Mago St., 572-D or 576E. Curundu Hgts.
es.nu- g Tel. 83-3122. Cell after 4:30 p
25 cyceExcellent ccnd tion SALE:-1949 Cherlet 4-
.0 lBamboo furniture end runs like e.lek. lie ps mmi d N
d-:f.J f rAts,. 5191 D.- radie. for e $1.100.00. Slgeoe
Ioefo... 191 M .- Hue ...i A. Itu. Sth eet
e o Central Ave,,". pe~-- C"Iy
W25 cye westinghouse 939 l -
ti^ Z@ Soco Q8t FOR hLE:-1939 Chevrolet4 r
yitIg :edrfn4, 4eo. .Wn di ,o
V~iS~SW *^ an -":-^ J---^m,
S 34 x 30. in Bella
WM rjtrpdipte, phonr
Itl nwbfMS4toenible house- Centre
MA. Mt sle.p in. Good salary.
..... ... .. w4TED
iKUt, Jiie' so (O1 P. ofltable
High Commalsion offlciale for e
shed peculation concerning young
weo-beingl of a former Polish WANTEC
t 'bofled vestwar. sand Iani fumitu
ned today that he still re- enced
2 the Mankfattirftr with In pers
'i. Authorlek1Fl Avenid
adZadzlalaw Jazwisnki. j-491
vw !hio ,Polish. Mgll- to
0on Denmark'a, v o v e .
s. land on May 8 will
fe air or the I.hR th I*
future. His scheduled (Cen
E* of* d el Club. of
kiVas.the scond lead th
ag PoMlSh pilnt to crash-land decorate
pelan-built Mig on mr nmetss
a mad ask f6r poitlcl gay process
s t areh. 23-year-old Prn. basell
acecki kkrok,.out of fton, a I
ht = e oontebs i
p,,il_ Western air ext C
ir flnlk. Jnto an und&m4 now
0de of'the super-se,'et+ Pcn~ l
e now to In the U.A lon u
s i, Bu
i available for all I--
D: OldsmobHe solesnito.
Box 75 or call 26 Colon,
r Hubert Pretta.
S'cnmmhission idles position
energetic English speaking
lady. Panama 3-0692. *
):-Bilingual Salqsgifl pr
re store. Must be expaRi-
an(i have references. AQAy
on to Househo'd Exchoang,
SlaNocionol N. '41, phorie
ln.e Vram rFe flV^
I by the Owmmunity
10M Anly Band vfM
e parade at 9:30 and
ed bicyCles and auto-
wiUl be Included Ia the
on. This WiUl be follo-
races for the children,
for the olds genera-
bazaar, a baby booster
and rides an the fMe
refreshments will be
a parade &A : 30
d l. 98lto aln unalo
Will be furnIlled bv
mbama Cotton Picke s.
j-1l*. ub is .
L2.179 CemA i.- Coloa -
S.- **, ;. ,*p 1. -,
M Belae Ameridaae Carli a -
West 12th strUt NS.059 MH Cu <- :
Slanteruacioil do ulcacbiems -
ttery Plan. Phph 2-310 .0 b .
D*O S"m *" p ma e
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" Street. Corner
We procure best mFldS because we
register opplic,*nth r ldeltificatlon,
verify references arid require health
certificate. "C I V SRVICS." 2nd
floor, lella Vista Theatre. Phone
SPECIAL UR o LACSA.
PA .em wy $a$
165,' giodmet 4 LS
$mtrip $2C. 4 Aa uta). Pb
Nfcionql IAutlifi Ro'l. Tl.
Ponwm 2-16 .
CURUNDU WN SCHOOL pn
all summer. Ci W ,tietat 1214, P.
M. or U3Zyr, A..o, .
eA, F ALE
Panorn atis .invit
propose* m f g# 164 suli-
scriptions for r aglml Under.
A. M., July a fiL
obtained at f tb of uprltnd
of Storymeso, lpbone-,2-.815.
FOR S LE:- 9'MCePpib.
partially MroseiMre 0j0; 1932
Ford .ous, .$125.00; Refrigerator
Te50.00, cB ete\.ht paylnr
outfit i12D.05a0.8, Diablo.
FOR SALE:-ERcin. Itebout with
7!a H.P. Mtercul 4 cylinder air
cooled V-type Wil sin eigl~r .
36 HP. Wedgeood gass stove,4
burner. Westlnahouv autormYic
woshir, Metal t*lge. Phone Pdn-
.. .Ho -
06R RENT-Nicoly Yurnished chalet.
electric refrigerator Suitohbl for 2
Scou ~ 1llnquire 1 Via' e lisrie1
SPorra3 -ror SAS ges.--gre --.-
VANTED:-To rent, mosonoble.
bedroom house, preferable In Rel
Vista,. American family. Tel. C
WANTEID;, Amercan Ee0tuive,
3 dmam +*ious. tar Perlant 2-
4583 between 7:30 11:30 A.
OBTOM, June 30 (UP) Ar-
thur Godrey. q-eUtly .It eoa-
-Atl here B ctoi ylester-
Isof Autoobileo 'What is the n ry cr *-
I Tractors at g yO new l
"m WIahreet irsti
(v man a iecial trunk light to ,
C oa m ip.ole chaI.a N
_W ORT5! O
William' lO tn Clara BSek
2 W bed *Ipeb, refri *'=
Foster's topes. One F pi
Swim Ind Santo Clara
Shafn L'S furnished hs.
Phone Blboa 1 389.
FOR RENT:-House in Sant CIpQ
for unds. wk or nrieth. ll
PHILUM I'Oconsilde Cao.
only in Santa CZ !with p
from all cottagel.
to M Rocklo refrt
Vbarbi .ond shuffleloard. Pl
r 7. M itd -1
GS~I,~~rmi'-Sgna Clam ~sh-ei6
A 11, 6
Two ao four r fumrwnd 0
unfuml ed oportnentt; Irlvoete
cI lB ardens. 8061, Ith Str-t,
>7w Cel 1i. TelephMM Colon
j t 1986 *
SC RENT:-Furnished apartment, I
bedroom lilng-diningiSorn, porch
and .oroge. 43 St. AteMmco Ad.
fOR RENT:-In Bella Vista, -
unfurnished two bedroom Itr-
ment wifn hot water connection
garage and maid's ro3m. lnfolrd-
tion phone afternoons. 3-16r.
FOR RENT-Cool nicely fumMd
one bedroom apartments telephone,
hot water, residential pectn., Cp
2-2835. 8.00 to 10:00 e. mn-
FOR RENT:-2 bdemoxw ape
livingroom, dinrOeqW klt
In San Francisco. For Informaemn
W t. G *
Josh de Fibrel AvI
mnq Telephone 3-107
en Ia Hot' re 1
FOR' RENT:-Nice nd eadl oprt"
ment on Justo Aresemesm Avenw
No. 97, Li#ing,- dining, two be*
rooms, garage mold's room. Apple
aFR RENT.-atAiPO.rmeh t ,- ,
Furnished $1 48th start
No. 26. I 47th Street
SAM TPK,,. 1.
Just built, hot,. dcd mlMteu,.ane two
three-bedroom u apartments.
Call Paonois-4 I.,
LOT NO, 1
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a the Ww thare .ettde its fuer year.
Iese sI turned Bouth Korean line on
rn oMfO t'aWUsse thn u l eal command
oul. 'Ut oft the nrst ROR Divisaon
im l after Reds overtan l
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A QUEEN IS dIa.
8 P. M. ONLY *
SCREEN ATTRACTION' .
CorneI Wde Conawmce Smah
"TREASURE OF THE 9
6:15 --- 8:40
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1",OULIN RO t["
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|A MsOMX ETAR AKSU OTHERS OUND
abamr stmawrok mfuy salUr .
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The most audasclo Of .
the outawv l
"JESSE JAM "
TR I A
"A QUEEN IS
In Tecanloor, .
Narrated In SPANIM
Plus: Dsbart "3Mp,
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Inner Stops CAt&
Lefty Breaks Six-Game
Personal Losing Streak
By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, June 30 (UP) Paul Minner, a
lefthander who lost his last six starts, held the St.
Louis Cardinals to six hits. last night to give the
Chicagoi Cubs a 6-2 victory.
In losing, the third-place Car- into their respective lineups as
dinals passed up a golden op- the Giants topped Boston, 6-3
portunhit :to gain on the lead- Durocher hit a sllge and stole
ers. They are now two-and-a- second and BOiteau bad i
half games out of first place double. Ray Nbe hit a three
and trail second-place Milwau- run homer in the second for the
kee by cae-and-half games. Giants off "ringer" Dick Bro-
Minmer's slow-breaking curves dowski, a Red So0x pitcher who
and tantalizing chances of pace is in military service but per-
had the- Cardinals popping -out formed while on leave from Fort
most of the game. Ray Jablon- Lee, Va. He pitched the entire
ski's homer In the eighth in- distance and gave up 10 hits.
ning accounted for the Cards'
first run off him. Wayne Belardi drove In six
In the ninth the Cardinals' runs with two homers and a
Solly Hemus led off with a sin- double and Johnny Po dr es
gle and Red Schoendlenst dou- pitched four-hit ball for seven
led. But only Hemus scored on innings while striking out seven
Stan Musial's fly ball as Min- in a 9-0 Brooklyn humiliation
noer quickly regained his mas- of the Yankee, who suddenly
tery. can't beat anybody in or out
of the American League. The
The Cubs, meanwhile, kept Yankees have lost seven straight
pecking away at starter Joe in league comiPetition and their
Presko, finally sending him to defeat in Brooklyn marked the
the showers in the sixth tnnin first time they hd lost in the
Presko had little trouble wit inter-boro mid-season exhibi-
Ralph Kiner and Hank Sauer, tion game for the benefit of
the big guns of the Chicago sandlot baseball.
lineup, but little Eddie Miksis
and leadoff man Frankle Baum- The Phillies topped the Athle-
holtz were too much for him. tics 8-6 as relief pitcher Thorn-
Mikast launched the Cubs' ton Kipper hurled seven in-
scoring with his fourth inning nings at Pittsburgh with the
home run, the third of the year score tied at 2-a. herman
for the .250 hitting shortstop Lollar hit a seventh Inning
I, the fifth Inning, Baumholtz homer for Chicago that was
came up with his first home washed out when the Pirates
Sht sbasan, a owew could not bat because of the
Randy Jackson's single, scored ra --ono-
SaOssril run. to en the Yesterday's Star-Lefty Paul
ibi tripled toI open them Minner of the Cube who hurl-
m and came in oeen aum ed as mix-hit, 6-2 vitory o ver
ohm"' toinle. When Dee Fondy the Cardinals to end hi2 per-
sle to send dumbole Stanky o sonal six-game losing streak.
L an ager Eddie Stanky _
in Mike Clark. Kiner
ht a fHloBd a single in Wins
-ht field t.o count 33rd Infantry Wins
L .#-- +11.. -A1. r, _-
i n the seventh Inning
ni e two errors on
'a oer to per-
g i, w f doubled,
Tslraau Boxing Com-
jdmle st alght approved
the program presented by
SLous Craig featur-
RHe odelto Franes
d Ml Bmantaumweight
Chasslon Melvin Boamre for
Me U8-pond championship
of the Replble at the Pan-
am NtionalO G. Am b .
&Mnw aids unanimous
dteemn ovet Framels and the
latter% many followers have
been slasering for a return
be"t ever since.
Alse included oa the July 12
card are an eight-round semi-
flia between Lutei Sa el
ad Leonel Peralta at' 14
@1106 a six-round "spaW-B
tob Jheecho and Al
5.4 A four-riond hinlmhif
hetwo Chice Anderson and
Ba Brthwalle In a return
bout In oundis.
you wish to SELL your
46 you wish to BUY a CA
B3 you wish to EXCHANGQ
for a later Model
Of ymo wish to EXCHANGE
for a cheaper Mod
ye. wish to CLEAR yo
s Nne financial etl
S such as: high m
S.. '..yents w ofir
Teams W L Pet.
New York 46 20 .AN
Cleveland 40 26 .605
Chicago 41. 28 .364
Boston 37 34 J231
Washington 24 36 .AN
Philadelphia 32 $8 .457 -
St. Louia 26 46 .361
Detroit 30 48 .29
St. Louis at Chicgo (N)
Cleveland at Detoit (N)
Washington at Phila. (N)
New York at Bostot (N)
YESTERDAY'S 3ES UL
Teams W L VtC
Brooklyn 4 25 .h
Milwaukee 41 3
St. Louis 40 M2
Philadelphia 30 27 .'
New York 34 32 JIa
Cincinnati 29 37 .471
Chicago 22 43 .3
Pittsburgh 24 50 .84
Philadelphia at Brooklyn (N)
Pittsburgh at NewM York (N)
Milwaukee at Gdel. (2-T-N)
Chicago at St.L Louis (N)
Chicago 000 131-1004 16 1
St. Louis 000 000 01Lr 3
Minner (4") an McCullough.
Preako (5-8), rau Clark and
Only' game scheduled.
La Boca Senior
Ft. Kobbe Post Cage ,-a w L. ,,
West Bank 2 0 1.0001
Loop Champio hip Albroo yers 1 1
PORT KOBBE Headquar- peial Troops 0 0 .
tern and Headquarters Com any Spur Cola .0 1 .000
834 Infantry. Regiment connu- Optica 80sa 0 2 .000
Theft winning streak by de- --
n e Post Basketball Chain- Tgesa oop
pionship Friday night the Fort West Banky
obbe Gym. Thursday: Albrol Flyr vs
Spur Cow .
Leading from the first jump, Tuesday: Albrook Flyers vI
Headquarters, Company man- West Bank.
aged to keep a safe distance a- Wednesday: Spar Cola vs
head of "B" Company. The first Special Troops.
half of play was almost con-
trolled by Headquarters as they Norge 8, Alrooeek Flyers 1
continued their sharp shooting. Norge bounced back into con-4
Big Matthew Stankewich of tention in the final half season
Headquarters Company led the of the La Boca Senior Sottball
scorers of both teams with 16 League by aklng the mehge I
points. of Albrook. 3 to 1, behind the
two-hit pitching of Lee who
Alan Cornette of "B" Corn- shouldered the mound burden
pany paced bhis team with 12 In the absence of Bob Weland.
points. Bob Harbor and Joe Smock went the distance for
Epps of Headquarters Company the losers. Lee, 2-3 and Phil
and Edwin Glotzer of Baker Malcolm, 2-4, were the leading
Company followed with 10 a batters.
By winning the Post Basket- Pacific Side Local
ball Championship, Headquar- o
ters Company will represent the Ra ~WHi U l
Post of Fort Robbe in the Army aters lHold
Basketball Meet starting July 6.
SELECT CJuly 4 Track Meet
Chicago (NA) There Co ee wiLocal Raters wof July
have been only perfect enid teredat La Bca whichre
games rolled In Americanle jeep ant
Bowling Congress Tournament P a d
The IUi endence Day sc- i
tivitles f ov e Local Raters will
be centered'at La Doca whichI
last year s host to two thou.
SD :30 A. tabuUon of noise-
A C10:30 am. eet.
D ^AC* H ES 1:00 p a. tank Inspection and
alle-t and jeep
CAR 3:00 pjn.ootr Derby. i
The list of track events fol-
lows: Class "B," Men: 100, 200,
400; Jr. Wigh Boys: 100. 200;oo;
4R Boys 13-14: 100, 150:; Boys 11-
1I, 100: Boy. -9-10; 75. Girls, I
Class "B": 78, 100; OGrls, 12-
13; 75, 100; GIrls 11 and under,
E your CAR so, 05. 9
Scooter Derby events follow:
V Boys, 12-13: 100, 220; Boys, 10-
11: 100, 150; Boys, 9 and under:
75 and 100.
E your CAR e
lei Alon The Fairways
ursef from A on mo 0
anglem ut o
ly Mr. ad Mrs. MaK-cer abet
So s one d is 71I ,boI
on aS aftm -a atAf WW
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of thee problems, Ut
mw t COCA COLA PLANT
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A natlat .maj y wav eon
ducted to d4tumine whether
or not the egulatiop field wau
Chipper Cargo Offers '
Sr..V. Mesemsen, executive of Cia Indus-
tPI.l & 'S A. large soft drink bottling'
plint JiLM raeaibo, Venezuela says
."We. s our complete satisfaction with
Sthe w erful service Clipper Cargo has
been Iving us in transporting vital raw.
mati4 s and electrical equipment from.
the LUnited States and Panama. Consider.
lng Abh time saved, the capital inveMtedl
the pliminhatior of costly export pwckiig.
wecan well state that Clipper Cargb opens .
opportuffites that would be ip e
with any other form of trTanu "
Clijpcri Charic s ays
Carpo and give .our
. "Specify Clipper
business a lift
p ,- mus, dmwe
wera oan gains weoinel*.
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Little Bigger League Is Newest Additio
b0 IS 13 TO 15 n Reg datiog*
.,, "..M rete
tw i were; vin rom wber hi wife
I beenYa "
4 "T inkin about basebalV hto
'2" o d the boys,"
s e tae The 'trouble wi th t'O '
ball I that it'si not very jmbh
-" -," oJM"t's
Sh t he trb.e -uon, rn't
y or e mad whe they
trike out drop a sfly ball or
S muff a gmdoIa They, dont
b=agw we mot bon t1e
I There is ttle boi nding.Tb
S3 15 Is the twat a t lg a ll
r pre Iency is secondary. Th ere
cant be Wa ugh of this sort
of thing. -
MUIRtn Wui Learue 18 the
latest addition to I ..asbasebll,
.aboomig w com-
1J, .epat hog m 5." to a
to 128 3^ i te als o era mag aL ,,e. ., the infield and gra p,
.he 0 167 a Wels go yu te The lo, said Wells, wa-k-.aortatop by the h ,
Sgg ^ a^ a I 1 83 51 s tat" ?ac, mnn othe" thwnes, it the 8:30, time for bed."
W (- 1'3 Oii 4 the4n'- es7lad d is4.ah: If 2 ed the oaud, "w-t art'l .e
WO 8lik er fir"r Te throw e rSIe.I A .t hSn-
AM *'Disatee," exp-l-at CSppy Weus, and It they suggested any ________________
Plu h Little yeT...o gan ifs aet es.
.. W fol ,,. "The tmeasona were over-
'qn 1 79 11 45 fepee bn, etin whelming, pS ptceft, favoring
t 1 6 40 the foul 1es and 75 t dead the reseutiset- lsp.
ag 17 1 510 58 6en ter field .tTh e:30dtimef or b ed .
15 12_ 188_51 unte r onn e, b m oGthe eeenr--, e$rs and
II ll I N yet.Irubber:clea a ttlh theh tell you they llke the
gu^e. There -re;5 1 l
'tg 130 4S c rete t ,afgnthefkid. earow iAdUe,' rone eoybtold
r.. ..... ft 114 1e4 sIs 't
a Cl iIu 14 5i 5 Little men 'Itto Leae wa bee or
-. "t-" "q.= pt. .. .m t av orinfr
lot IW 14 1a _. ngl do or y e to
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a po nt
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Of US Citizens '.
HULI.NK ,June 30 (UP) --
ussian wives of American "e ho peop ko uth anf t
oitlsmns and one American-born
wife of a Ruslan arrived today TWfNT*.R r A M A T
at elsinki by plane In new So- WNTV T AB. P A, P., T
VE. dioa -,R -o. T :-ueb- d C h u rch ilI .
L Coup Included Eddle Oil-
ocow correspondent of tI
lted Press, Russian
Tamara, and two daugh-
IUA. diplomat R. Tucker and C h r h i l I -a in
h W'lan wife. Eugenie, and
S MrO. Bolaschowa, Los Angeles-
o rft -omer wife of a Russian *
were talkative. They ex-
there were still many
waiting In Moscow for visas and
anx statement could cause trou-
Umr Lose still on the waiting lV(g will be u I
The Gilmores proceeded to Marqus of 1sbu 6 ill a three enments ar
Stockholm by plane after a 45-represent Britain at the "little now excalsuIgf view about
minute stop while the others will Berumda" onfereuce of foreign the meeting, D said.
continue their trip in the next ministers, will take with him
coe hrdays.ne instruotions from Prime inits- DuH WUthe Washingto
. ew days. ter Sir Wlutton Churhill to in- meeting woud provide opportu
mbasn press on the United tatea the to o two-way a well a
Embassy Plans m nce of wrstling the three-way a
tiative from the Kremlin in the
current peace offensive. He said it to likely that mat
Small July 4 The question of a Big Four ter of r ry concern to th
meeting with Soviet leaders will TV Britain, c
Am- be left for-Churchill himself to the United and Franc
nOs tackle in later talks with Pres- '"-
Ident Dwight Elsenhower. But
Salisbury is to initiate pre-
; Saturday's heavy Fourth of lisinary moves from contacts
S Jy Schedule of events to be with Moscow in his discussions
hel lin the Republic of PanamA with U.S. Secretary of State
ad In the Canal Zone in observ- John Foster Dulles.
Sof the 177th anniversary of Informed sources said Britain
toe ndeendenee of the United may suggest that exchanges
Bates of America will include should be continued on Austria
small official receptions at the and the question of German
a residence at La Cresta unification, now that the West
Sat the Consulate in Col6n. has laid down the fundamental
announced today. Both principles in similar declari-
will be stag. lons last week urging free all-
e itGerman elections.
apop g with strutions nBut Salisbury has been in-
]lave been inasudd to all structed to "go easy" on the
i alte bIntwhshit question of an outright proposal
s rSte i ons il for a four power conference.
's reclte ons will .S Buch a conference now appears
a limited bsrasis t. unlikely before the late fall at
duced in se from pr the earliest, but may well be
Clieg 'Anfai Robeot dejayed until next year.
ser gareshos tb Dulles said today the U.S.,
Brtish, and French foreign
I Washnlats ra11 ret In Wognbl -
tt e osute in ~ The British had suggested the
,. meeting as a prelminay to the
eooen-ei stponed conference of
g Bi ree bheads of state.
,r .;news conference that he hid
ow ulp ^w anl S lo- just received word that the neow
er rench government wants t
.a large gtherrng beu-
participate In the p seed 'or-
Off ovetnmenti CZ Plans Meeting
mat econo y moves, the but that he believes It, will be o a.ate ciuen In the Wa
ci July schedule will about July 10. He said the meet- wlrber Casper I d
hr u^y e e u Su .-A,
t.n--Df n CZ Plans Meeting .
k* dance at the Union Club '
D ,t 9pL. Saturday. For Timekeepers, B g t
3 Seeders Fined Labor Distributors
U Balboa Court bCa e deotim Se- ws Tour
keepers and employes with labor S1ew
JMface L. Stacy, 23-year-old timekeeping and labor dlitrlbu- Baa" U. imsn, a 't
alr1wn. tion functions. here, weost I. a
Juan Rodriuez R.. 37, Pan- A similar meeting w be held dinnr lJ ,
amnian, paid $7.50 for driving for Atlantic side Ompwle on and s. -T maMt M
0aiea an hour in a 25-mile Friday at 8:30 a.m. at thCr- friends went ee the
=-e z t te de 1 Dat6bal theatre. "Wonderful Town."
yatan A. Cole 35 Panam- The revised procedures will be After the show. they went back
a e. u fined $25 for driv- placed In effect starting with the stebMto meet R Ru aik,
lessMlv on Poggin Road. N.S.-rate pay period July 5 to 18 the tar.
S t. Kobbe. His car turned and the local-rate pay period of T ot home rather b16.
ow, In the resulting accident July 12 to 25. T arnuthe fw Pre-.
e- lr cant sutle a >.n..law Wi .
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norte n eidtt..
were- fAr klls
lap iMu- f I
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or ww r ~t'-*
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