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:
AA00010883:01650

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It yea contribul a letter dent be impatielnt A it Maest appee" tehe t a sha eup aid the r .
t dl. LettAers e.pmblished in the order ,ec 0 deal d L wt ,tne .A.d
Plean "y to p h letters limited to ose 'U "-' h.lp.
Ideneily eofllid wriens is held in stricost
This ewspopeeemes m e mespenibiliy t f drs0ti.IM 01%. .. 0" "fae.
prese~eis in leit hem W e oee .Ne.
0 Thec GOP
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NEEDLESS TRIPS? men in their owl* ds fts
.pon whom they depend for
Ft. Davis, C. Z. campaign support, hae found,
r *that nothing Aapeted to
their suggestions to the White
o uld suggest that the Post Engineer Officer at Fort Davis House for politticdl a MV'
e why a certain Crew Leader makes a minimum of 20 ments. When the Rea
a day to the Post Engineer Field Office. Co ressmen, upon weom Mr.
operation uses up many gallons. of gasoline, tire weaxr, epnor must dep end for
ute; etc. These .expenses could be offset by a mere phone support on the Hill, aed why
which I am sure would not cost the, GovejnzAent so much their people were notr ett
Y. Otronsage, -tv o r d tuso
Yufrom ShermWL Adam .ver
ax Payer that it was all due to "B41
delays."
i The Congressmen then get to
Answer to Previous Puzzle the FBI and learned that the
Bureau has been clearing each
.Fsh FP qase submitted to it in an aver-
o IFfA age of 18 days. Bome have
TL 3Pato taken a little as four days.
TAL 3 Part of a The longest elapsed time was
thb-like window AS N s31 weeks. And in between there "
fish 4 Fry slowly A have been cases of top echelon
SLarge ocean 5 Exclamation A T A men which required the work
of as many as 15 FBI field of-
9 i an fisnM reapable m nefices. And the Bureau has had
12 1 ttnent Plumber N to check into almost 1,000 key
am F. Essence "men. -.4 2,
14 Girl's name lt Fixing me. r I.a hn i
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17 Cat'si ry 10 Above 28 Play 46Deepbodied work started almost the day
18 Some fish live 11 Glossy black 30 Icelandic saga herring after the 1952 election. Mr.
1.~. -wAte l i rds 31 Foreteller 47 Pit Eisenhower would confer in his
S er musical 33Engine 48 Diminutive now famous Hotel Commodore
1 Man's name str ent 35 Come forth suffix w. f campaign h "eC omeeo gan
22levael* 40 Very 50 Kaffir with a prospective Cabinet
Sposted 22 Sicker decorated warriors hnimber. The moment Ike's of- 3,,t
27 Lost blood 24 Damage 43 British Derby 51 Require fer for a Cabinet post was ac-
2Foltowe 25Arrow poison town 52 To cut cepted, he ordered each ap- ,- ., ..
2 Fish belong t620 Wretched 45 Comforts 55 Fox pointed to telephone the FlI im--
the mediately and ask for a corn-
tinghom ---** 7 m u plete check. Whe% Bob Jones quit I gave up on p, and. p switch-hitter fal baseball b uua.
kingdom ve -Then the Senate's Foreign Re- have t4und few replacements for t lthu s we OQ l Ne, A
4RLivep lations Committee adopted the bred in the '20. and early '30s. The haVi e bee, nearly as u
3 Repair a oPlicy ohf requiring a complete no Tildens, no Dempseys, no aa Wil es or a
I check fothe he s of ter in pu3 6.
ration /" 'eign. nt
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MItalian capitalir oth 0es. itor OaM 0 4 41Fish with .Key "witnesses" in these this Ben Rogan, ne matter ~ Wins if* Uase lo whe
spear-like checkups on the diplomats were loses, has got enough c fo that tin ever Ad teim
Often Inttravel statue or living chusia to ,bort*order
Fish eggs abroad. And these were the as- 0 mpus, to where he can alwan o u .
44uspual 0atos 4,at s hl~ ad to be chet;W, = nlaft Rut wn, IUU-kik" ovr Ud
having lived or worked with the a bourbon to Bob Jones. ,-. I
4 Wins mission chief over the years. He.-I a a a r tile th spore gut ap t
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the FBI's left ctlcsll t. w lthis
.Ilng 'for 'the s hte atrh w
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they could whi wind Itpinto'U99here, ot e
an international incident. erything we've got worth
STERLING SILVER appointments by There wad the case of Mildred reoullt ody.
.Shigl edMcAfee Horton, which got so Graduallyour new times are
CASA FASTLICH.. highly esteemed much notoriety'and seemed to nish a fresh flock of athletic
for'their fine design. make proud reflect on the FBI. The State up to the old boys the gafferla
Department group approached with in the bars.
SpIOnS. her, asking If she would serve I think maybe Mickey Ma
as a U. 8. delegate to a UN which a crown would not look isn ln
conference scheduled for May jt possibly crowd the M
4. She agreed, but then heMayrd tPssbycow h
4.o h agreed, but then heard in the records someday. Cert'nlny is the e If b .be e
nothing. do________________
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story was leaked to a columnist, ."
The FBI was blamed directly by'l tsbo-_ ,i;
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the State Department asked to "
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Oh overworked FBI, which, she
said, had broken down and
couldn't complete its work.
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Curtis Nichols. The Interior sent, ., ..
Department people passed word
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to Appoint hinm Commissioner year.oned t bcatwhme It rs a kl "
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fault. n the deadleat sense, it i not pa .
The nations Involved Just are -
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the probe hld been requested or weapobS.-'< itl to *1n. IS.Un e
April 7. Three days later, the the weaDons we are *ihholdin,. ,.
Interior crowd asked that the
check be discontinued. On April Science, in this golden age of Meience, be e Id
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surgeons may have to am- on the TV show, but Marie',
p te her leg-to keep a bone shouting to the world:
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W'ifPacific committee
t O Inter 0W Scouts -
of the Canal Zone will hold its
lar,. meeting at. the Paralso
School on Monday at 7:30 p.m.
This will be the last meeting
before the quarterly session of
the local council.
The Scouters' council of the
Atlantic district will convene on
Tuesday.at 70o.pm,.In. a special
session for the purpose of discus-
sing the program of activities
for the year. before Its presen-
tation for final approval at the
next local cour'lI meeting.
The Atlantic strictct commit-
tee will meet in the study hall of
the Rainbow City High School
on Thursday at 7:30M .m.
This is the last meeting of the
committee before the local coun-1
cil conveens for this quarter.


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\ z -FOR SALE
1 Household
PQR SALE -18 months old. perfect
condit-on: Caloric gas slose, Cope-
hart radio-victrola console West-
inghouse Laudromatc. Hot-Pont
S1 CI fr. refrigerator. West.ng-
house floor fan. Phone Colon 564-

:R SALE.-Hollyvwood bed. Beauty-
rest box springs, cotton mattress.
other misc. household terns Phone
Curundu 6276 after duty hours.
tOR SALE:-Household goods, lea.-
ing Isthmus. soon Reasonable
prices. Can be seen at house 10-
098, Apt. 9, Central Aenue, 10th
St.
tOR SALE--Refrigerator. 25 cycle.
excellent condlnion Very cheap
Qtrs. 285-B, Albrook phone 86-
,6202.
Ask About Our
-HREE STRIKES
I CHRISTMAS CLUB
Bazar Americana"
Panama & Colon
IOR SALE: 9 foot, 25 cycle, all
Sprcelain, Westinghouse refriger-
ator, one year guarantee, girl's
SL_ hhei*,i lorge all metal extension
latuice eIosure for type
103 Duplex House (suitable 'for
*e' room). Maytog washing
Smechine, 25 cycle various miscel-
S laneous household items. 1531-
3, Balboa. Tel. 2-2466
.ALE :-Frigldaire refrigerator.
7 5 foot 25 cycle, eIxcellent condi-
tion, 575.00. 1 4, Almond St
Gevilan Area. .-
R SALE: 9' refrigerator. Good
;condition, Navy 356 715-L, Lo-
cona.
FOR SALE:-25 cycle 9 cu ft. West-
inghouse refrigerator, new 1952.
S. Practically 4 years service guaran-
S teed. Price $21 0.00. Phone 2-
11782.
S SALE:- i efrieroator and
Tstve. misc. futfUre. Phone Pan-
S ama 2-4013.
F; SALE: Household furniture
*- Includes bedroom suite, beds, quar -
9-termoster furniture. Spinetl piano
k and refriderotor, 2 yrs. old. House
169.C,. frito Miguel. Tel. 4652.
R SALE:-25 Cycle Westinghouse
SretIrt-ltC 10 000. Automatic
liK $JiL 9good. condition,
r G Diable. 2-4367,
, SAL:-Apex washing machine
i .with 25 and 60 cycle motors 2
S yeors eld. Frigidaire 25 cycle 9
cu. ft. porcelain throughout. Call
` 273 h 7227.

FOR SALE
SMotorcyeles
SALE---One Nqijn International
motorcycle. In I class condi-
S tion. Price $350.00. Also $150 -
t 00 in spare ports, Must sell both
'to same party. Terms to responsible
party. If interested call Panoaima
3-4050,

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LUTFF aON. Ind. iUPI The
SIIo white cat that jumped from
1 e motor of Del Shaw's car aft -
he investigated strange noises
f ider the hood was undamaged
glt the motor needed a repair
jeb.
Iceman Soughtb
SaiMOTO19vt. (UP) -Po-
Iceman AusitCb. Ke ln, rtlh;-
inw to pmaser enpergency call
Police Cher'rrancels 3. Gone,.
ca c the object of a police
himself. In the excitement,
elsoun inadvertently had taken
woman's automobile which
' V the same color, year and
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Models of Automobiles

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Via Espash No. 34 PanamA. R. P. .
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Agenda Internacional de Publicacionel ,
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-313 99 s


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE -1951 Ford V-8 icto-
ra Radio. White Walls. $1 .500
c.ih Phcr.e 83-6103, 7 A. M. to
4 P M
FOR SALE.-1947 Vauxhall Sedan.
Duty Dopo Sky-view top. Leather
upholtery. Good condition $475 -
00. Days, Balboa 21 17. Evenings.
Panama 3-3957.


FOR EALE 1931 Renault 4-door
Sedan, clean, -0 MPG SHAFF.
Navy Pacific 2474 or 3124
FOR SALE---Cadllac 62 Club Coupe
light blue, all exiras, duty free
Top cornditin. Phone 3-1773 or 3-
4700.
FOR SALE- 1949 Chevrolet, new
tires, motor overhauled, new point.
plastic seat-covers. Telephone 3-
3536 or 3-4650, Panama, Mr
Vilar.
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1950 Pontlec 2 door saedn. Condition
triple A. $1.200.00 finance evail-
able. Contact Ortega at Smue '&
Parades.
FOR SALE.-3 unused retreads 6.70
x 15. WSW. Tailpipe, new for
1950 or '51 Buick Riviera Sedana
only. Quim~e1in wtai. Phohne
0428-A. Ancon. or 2-4263.
FOR SALE:-1952 De Luxe Chev-
rolet Sedan, powerglide, undercoat-
ed, low mileage. Has had excep-
t.onol care. Upholstery, paint.
mechanical condition, tires, excel-
lent, $1,35 Balboa 31 Hainim
610-,LAricorjJulevard. vaVue
hard MuplI % F I
MUST SELL: lb51 Packaord 4
door De Luxe Sedqan, 13,000 miles
Radio and heater. First $1.550.00
takes it. Tel. Balboa 2405, house
717 Salboa.
FOR SALE:-'51 Nash Statesman 4-
door sedan. $1,195. Can be financ-
ed. House 766-D, Balboa. Call
2-4387.

FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:--22 foot fishing cruiser.
65 H. P. W.llys sea jeep mntor.
Perfect condition Sleeps two. Call
Stanley. Balboa Yacht Club, 21493
or Panama 2-2341.
FOR SALE: 1 Row Boot 16' -
Johnson outblioald0 4 7M.97g1
Coll 3-2389 after 5:00 p. In.
FOR SALE -12 12 foot boot, brand
rew. Built for rough water. Phone
2-1358. House 0860-A. Balboo.


FOR SALE
Real Estate'
HOUSE FOR SALE. 10 rooms two
stories. No. 2398, iq Abajo,
Calle 4a, Tel. 27B. Agencia fu-
rel. Calle J No. 11.

Help Wanted
WANTED: English speaking ex-
perienced maid. to live in 512
doas. General housework oad care
of two school children. Apply any'
day, after 4 p m House 505-D,
Cocali.-C; 2.


MISCELLANEOUS
Oe m Ihae a dmblag pr weMl
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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" Street cor-
ner Telephone 2-3479. Panama.
Ask About Our
THREE STRIKES
CHRISTMAS CLUB
"Bazor Americana"
Panama & Colon
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA.
PANAMA-MEXICO one way $65
round trip $135 (15 day limits
5165, good one year; to L 0 S
ANGELES one way, $159.25 round
trip $268 64 190 day limit I. Pan-
ama Dispatch Service. 36 Avenida
National tAutomobile Row). Tel.
Panama 2-1655.
To MIAMI & P'EW YORK via AREA
Boeing 4-engine planes. One-way
to Miami. $70.00 Round-Trip
$12600 One-way to New York:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
telephone 2-1655.
FOR YOUR LOCAL LEAVE IT'S
PANAMONTI INN
in loquete the valley of atereal
spring prey. f Chirliqu, pIt. I.-
600 ft., easily reached y Cap
flights from Tecumm to David I V
hmo, -- meeinIg s V rt'.eteltt
an request, els by metecar en
highway.
Complete change of climate
Ideal pint of excum ioe
First cless accommedation
Famous esuine
Attractive bar-leunge
Rates meals included fr
$I daily
$50 weekly
Rotes without meals in annex from
$2.50 daily.
Family rates for loeanger stays.
Wire reservations
Hetal Pamoiosi, lequteo,
OPPORTUNITY for retired mechanic.
Who knows how to ploy bov. Hqmp
on tHe.i.pch: electric light, .nn-
ning wa, bathrooms, hobby shop.
pleasant surroundings, refrigerat-
or, transportation to town every,
week, local bus everyday 7:00 a.'
m your obligation is pay for what
you eat ana drink and don't growl
without on occasion. Address FREE
Quaers, no room rent Box 565,
Balboa.

FOQ SALE:: 1
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-Cabinet model electric
Singer sewing machine, all attach-
menis, cabinet and machine, per-
fect condition, $90.00. Call Al-
brook 4119.


FOR SALE: New Kenmore auto-
matic washer, Kelvinator efrigr-
ator and gas stove. Pon4mao
2263.
Ask About Our
THREE STRIKES
CHRISTMAS CLUB
"Bazar Americano"
Panama .& Colon
FOR SALE:-Full length and slaves
anuskrat coat. Con be seen at 4th
of Jul No.,19. : r -
FOR SALt:-Brindle Boxer. 1I mo.
old. Reg. AKIC. De Luxe baby car-
riage. 0788-H, Williamson Place
Tl .'.-4 106


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fHsM on beach, Santa M :
" COOL COLampom. ll .
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Z2: bidffenii, refirtfwfHi
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chalet, two bedrooms mold sew/ce
roo-m, JndspAt;ntrn*ce for
infonmtion ask" M'. 'Eddlmn,
4th Avenue No. 15, San FranciM4

.FOR ene
single hou.s, 4 bedrmae, A ,-
quate for 2 families. Qmbft GT
136.
FOR RENT.-Nice, all fumisheld 3*
bedroom chaolet. Good price, Paltille
Airport Road, 121.
FOR RENT:-Furnished houb,2 bed1
ro dinming and bving mihsts,
porcdu, meet's roormp witt.-blth,.
eoroqe,.mrli yard. 40Ai St. No.
19, blocks from American Em-
bassy. CaUll 3-0649 for further
detail.


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closed gardens. 9061, 10th Street,
New Cristobrl. Tle apher Colon
__ 1366.__ .
ATTENTION 4. I.
JUIst built, hot, cold water, one two
three-bedroom furnished department.
Call Penonr 2.49"o A .*
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Ir I ISV S~f MIA,
role Avenue. "Resita" MllMds.
Ph1o 5-3881.
FOR R!NT:-Two bedroom furnished
apartment in Bella VIsta. House
Me/ Sol, Ave. Just Aralmeno
73-A. Call 2-2341.


FOR RENT:-Nice and coal apart-
ment, 2 bedroom, living and din-
In room ,jcthlmtha u
meno Ave. No. 97. Apply at Apt.
No. 5.
FOR RENT: -" Modern furnishedd.
apartment, one unfurnthed fer
office clinic or residence. Phone
3-1773.
FOR RENT: Furnished apartment

icon neighbor. Tel. 3-0471.


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100/% Or 25% FOR' SALE: Natignal HRO-50T ROOml
Receiver with 5 coils, excellent FOR RENT:Furni
condition, exceptional bargain FOR RENT:-Furnished cool r.ms
(Continued from Page 1) Phone Coco Solo 8445. and board to gentleman or aerly
Phonecouple. Ave. Justo Aroem No.
only at rates of pay equlAto FOR SALE.-22 Cao. Remington 57, coAr34th street.
those paid for the same or imft a target rifle. Micrometer sights, sel- R Frne
lar services of persons employee. dam used, $30.00. Single shot 12 FOR RENT: Furnish with
by the Government in continent- gauge Winchester shotgun $10.- refrigerator, stave and with living-
l United Btateer plus such a- CO. Phone 273 7227. room and diningroom frnture.
mount, t to exceed 10 per ce- Bell Vista. Telephone .3-50
tum. as be fixed in regular' a lAai Panama.
tons prSbed J. accordance Ka C I nsVOUS
with law." A


medical service and hospital care N WANTED T UY-Soth tir,
of employes, and Section 108 bars Faces N W z suitable for construction er will
ymnt of salaries In excess of CHICAGO J ty. 10 (U) exchange for fcantructed, guaron-
tarY pay for such personnel f CHICA OiJulyo UP-A teed. Thes tires last longer th
who re assigned to duty with bo cotrctor at large to- the new onesnd cost 50% less.
twhae asne day in Chicago'busy Loop. and "RECONSTRUCiDRA NACIONAL",
its owner as afraid someone S. A. No. 7"-eru Avenue. Tel-
The payment of the 'ull dif- might harm the "friendly" crit- phone 2-0406, Ponomir
ferentisl for Canal employes will ter. !Ask'Tiout Our
b made retroactively to Jul Peaslee Streets, mayor of Lake THRU STRIKES
if the Sente version o the CiviPark, Fla., and a delegate at the CHRITM ;.4 .
.2ncto enact dro The cut o Bl convention of Lona Clubs here, "Baer Aimericd '
Prty cenat di The cut of SE ld he was thaftful his purple Panama & Colon
cent was made in te se ndigo snake and two-lligators
was later restored by the Senate. didnt t away along with "s- .
The differences between the two car he 7-foot 1 Eia h Carter
Rouses will be considered by "tOscar's worth at leat $150,
ftait committee wanted b e Btreets sd plaintively. "I offer- D mi
two Houset To d the o ed the police a $50reward to i ,
conferees have not been named keep them from gelg excited Reside Sin e
and no date has been set Ior the and shooting it. or thingg" Sient Snce
conference, Robert Bean. director of Brook-
Anv action tfken bv the joint field zoo. said that if Oscar does Mrs. Elizabeth Carter, a resl-
committee will be sublect to ap- not get run over crossing a street dent of the Isthmusi nce IO09.
oroval by the House or4a o-"te he could live amid the skyscrap.- died at her -home on National
before the measure Is read 'or ers for a long time. Avenue this mom ing followlnr
the Preident's signature or dis- Both Bean end Streets said the an illness of pome months. Fi-
approval. three-year-old constriltor was netal arrangements will be j-
too young to kill a human be. nounce tomorrow.
i ng, although it could probably
Overcome a stray poodle or cat A native of Montserrat, Mrs.
ounly. Carter l survived b her saonr.
h Btreets mad he first found Os- Ralph, Roand and- a
r miMt his cage atop daughters' Mi. lib M.
eBeStreet .epobleWednes- If Clark aNd MlieW r n Wa-
da7g flW^ C~^ y aftepM the car waS terW and sveal gpmedsa.


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night from I to 11. The dance
will be another of the bi-mnath-,
ly danees sponsored by ei'e
YMCA.
Re reshments and door prizes
will be available to all aervlcV-
men and 'their wives. The YMCA
also will provide Junior and
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,, ep J, .T" -will be atd t
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maculate Conception Church,
Gatan.
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have been made by the Fourth
Degree Knights of Columbus. of
which Mr. Tobin was an active


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kMOkRS MOTHERS AND INFANT SONS ed by the hostess. .
,Mr. Eugene Webb rr-
Mrs. Steve Moreland and her infant son. Richard Scott, cently arrived fromr t
sad Mrs. Frank Lee and oung son, Thomas. were compliment- was welcomed a
64 with a pink and blue shower given by the ladies of Squad- ber. The other a .ti be
reo-VP 45 at the Coco Solo Officers Club. were: Mrs. Geog: Cali ael.
Leslie Ellsey, Mrs. LOU -
Mrs. Robert Wolf. Mrs. Jack ing. tomorrow, at 9:00 p.m. at er, Mrs. Jameq Evans and Mrs. D
Ifen .Mrs. Gordon Merri- the Club. Vernon Shoemake, .
S Mrs. Eldridge Horde Any members planning din- e
ta E. Emrich, Jr.. were ner parties preceding the dance Dinner Comp ntoe I.ron
li rge of the arrangement re requested to notify Brother Departing opie
I,4b morning coffee and Collier, President Fitch or the Major and Mrs. William ? wor
Am'. a Secretary the numbers in their Gerard, of Fort Gulick, eitr- W
P A. Parker and Mrs. group to facilitate the arrange- tained- with a buffet dinner at f r
Itockhaus. Jr. presided at ments. their home at Fort Oulick, d
coffee table, which had a -- Wednesday, to honor Lt. Colo- ws oi
pture cradle, filled with 00-
u r b lossoms as a center- Bon Voyage Afternoon Coffee nel and Mrs. Myron Smith
Honors Two Ladies who are leaving the Isthmus Prede ow Mn i he woul
T. Perry. wife of the Mrs Myron Smith and Mrs. onSutele other P.ends e eSt nverthele rep-a.
d. R.n presented the giftsR. L. Koenig. who are leaving Seventeen other friends were-fADO td theas
andinrgof th Squadron'for the States were compl- present. Mutual fturit sMick Ltons
nt d the gifts to the mented with an afternoon cof- ak8m0 cabd the prop..al.a.l
orent lee given by Mrs. Antonio M. Gatun Star Club Sponsors old S-ea Me rmfil n for umhSSto Tilt
.ortr Bake Sale ethe eafor the- mone-y.
e ades who parties. ipated W neso da r quarters The Gatun 8tar Club is spon- He said the tforeig .r. I"-!
the power were Mrs. Ed Wednesday. scoring a bak sale in the Ga gram la its "
s. Henry De Butts. The other guests were: Mrs. tun Post office Saturday at cantre I t l h1
A. L. Raithel. Mrs. D. N 'Henry F. Taylor, Mrs. Quina 9:00 a.m. f a H
an, Mrs. C. A Anderson. Quesada, Mrs. Lourdes Rami- The patronage of th e r cited t ent
G. A. Barnett. Mrs. C. A. rez, Mis. W. 8 Parkins, Mrs J. friends will be appreciated. riots -r aPPunilt-d 6 s .to h .
Mrs. H. M Durham. Mrs E. Hurtado. Mrs. R. S. Calls. ars
D. Fitzgerald. Mrs. R. W. Mrs Gabe Gulles. Mrs. Elsie Captain And Mrs. Roberts Mthe
e, Mrs. R D Oroeneveld. Hubbert, Mrs. Bobble Mannion. Leaving For Statess tha '
E. A. Hall. Mrs. C. R. Hal- Captain and Mrs. William G. cu ea-VA
ren, Mrs. H R. Hitchcock.'Mrs. Kaplan Hostess For Roberts, of Fort Sherman, are billyi. .
Macintosh Irwin, Mrs. H. Wednesday Club leaving on July 16 en route $gr.a MI
ller, Mrs. E M. Stein, Mrs !Mr. David Kaplan, of Coco to Fort Benning, Ga. They will cOeCll 1 W to y *SM "s i t"
0. Stiles, Mrs. P. Chesser. Solo, was hostess for the meet- be accompanied by their sons, years t w with tes' '"
G. A. Wilson, Mrs. Al ing of the Wednesday Club, at William, Jr., and James David. thatW nti Ae thstone cone
mud and Mrs. C. H. Wil- her home. Captain Roberts has com- peanut'. .. -. a Tn
Mrs. Alfred Simmonson was pleted over two years on the SubitatiSt outs in t rf r
elected prudent, at this time. Isthmus at Fort Gulick and gram. he said, would be to
SDare f ostess For Bingo was played, after Fort Sherman. make manV of the member U* It calls for euttlng off the ..
ghtft Coffee tions acide to "go it alogW".aglM 3eept
ve g entertaining morning, then fall to.communims,.. m, Steii ?a ol o onould
hen she entero Y rk C unties M obili ze1 -1 1 ..
the two Circles of the' war will be much sweater, an4
uxllia of the Ga- _. then the costs- wll m be i
W ithSe u timesewhat they aret o-,
ng and bingo games o h t P ai ith G Seruml The S e has ath
played with prizes being -$,318,%000,0Y for the E
ed the winners. after while the House voted $
Sa delicious buffet cof-1 000.000. Differences must beA.
as served., NEW YORK. July '10 (UPI Texas was the hardest-hit onciled in a conference commit-
Two New York ounties mobili- state last week with 81 cases.
B. WT leader -of ed for the 0onTlargest mass New York reported 50. Califor- MARBLE GAM--
.D. Circle, presided inoculation ama globulin to- nia 45, Oklahoma 41. North Caro- rTH E N W ,
meeting. Mrs Arthur Al- day as th Public Healts lina 31, Michigan 25, Minnesota .
-leader of the Harmony Service reperte -lW '~1 pr 23. Alabama 2. a' 'l'
extended an invitation increase In polio cases through- New York ordered the largest
te othergroup to be their out the country in the first half mass Inoculation of gamma glo- .r
at a coffee and morn- of 1953. bulin to date in an effort tofirm be-rla e .*
g of cards-to be held at the The National Foundation for stem the polio outbreak in Che- -rm n
bome of Mrs. William Badders Infantile Paralysis, meanwhile. mung and Steuben counties. caInads o Vermon a
.n July 15. warned anxious parents' against Clinics were being set up n Ira n f .
Mrs. William C Smith who putting "too mueh hope" in the Elmira. Corning, Ba i and or- CvcCetr
leaving for the States to re- new "G-'Oserumf nell In the stricken upstate coun- .
next month, presided at More Than a tAh .syrlirkes. ties to administer the Inocula-
.e coffee service. needles and other equipment was tons. '
'The other l s flown last night toElmira, N.Y., Previously 32,000 children i
Mrs. Emerso n Cottrell, ifor the mass inoculation of 85,- Montg mery County, Ala., and
W. C. .Smith, Mrs. Lee 000 children scheduled to begin 12,00-0 Caldwell Founty,. N.C.,
ash, Mrs. John Greening, Mrs. tomorrow in two countries, were hoculated.
George, Mrs. Arthur Al- Polio has. claimed 50 victims. CataWba-County, N.C.. which
h-t, Mrs. Irl n anders, Sr including three deaths, in the nelghbrs la ldwell, asked yes-
Gilbert Lee Mrs Leon two countries. teteay for enough GG to inocu-
If, Mrs. Frank Est' pr. The Public Health Service re- late 14,100 children a f t e r the
oldi r Hudgis r. ek rs ported that polio struck dowh 4,- county's total rose to 32 cases.
ud sMrs.rMerr ll80npersAnu1 gru new ycu were reported
abater, Mrs. 3. Vi L. Graham,. montl h, ,4
Joseph Irvin," Mrs. Tracvy -th-4.l .erday.
with "4.171casesIn the same pe-
te, Mrs. R. B. Ward and riod of 1952. There were 825 new In 1944 Catawba Coupty at-
J. h Kig cases reported in the week ended fered one of the most serious
S. e To July 4, com rred with 620 in the olio epidemics n the atlon'
I oou wesin o same week x year ago, istr. .
imt Davis Dance Of the 625 new cases.t 205 wre he county medial asso la-
The FortDavis Officers Club listed asdefinitely.paralytic. An-rtion voted Wednesday night to
Extended an invitationto other.165 were listed as non- request GO Immediately after
te Natial Sojourners to join naraltic," and 255 with type the first polio death of the year" -.".
04eM for an evening of danc- not stated.wa reorted there.
The National Foundation for ERE-
Joining the American Red Cross ioI fr"
in furnishing 226,000 cubic cen- southereN KIto '.
timeters Of 0 to New York state featheredghat of tllly's
agreed yesterday with a Harvard en Re nt. Cre took
Universoity-, tOt who warned pert in the celebration during'
lare" reoIt'd bth Puli command. He is to be the new._._
....a broadcast at a ohU..in tCnieto Nava loh N-- m
me donetae Ar th se m .

NewTork aldthat G00is""
"Ato .msep re. until a real ue
vcclM nbe developed."
oAltho_ we have taken every t
ovpreonfui0 in gtama globu- ..
"lino hben 'Ne'e got to uso
what we have until a better
weaon hmis found." "-
FLgaure reported by the Public
Health Service in Washington"
mary COuntl. Ala., the scene of'" NOW
the first m Inoculation last
week.

After repdG tng 14 cases June 'a
listed only eig.t during the weekri Cf
taDoctors warned, however, that
.4. l peviost experiments Indicated
lng the first week after inocula- .. "-,
children had been stricken since Bfll-Ih 5 iued
Sothe inoculation ended Friday itw leadeohtpo the Csrvativg
TH ce enY picketiUg that's going on a u r d" them was a gOirl who had receiv- of Sir them
SWa, The owner of a printing and advertisng GdO two days before, trs have a
during the first siut-down due No 1a1N Dr. A. H. Graham. c o un .fe res"

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federalreliefrto help the. in
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II-Essence, tomorrow afternoon will be shoot-
Sfor his third consecutive victory in the featured
0 six-and-one-halt furlong sprint at the Juan
franco Race Track.
since ace Chilean Jockey Jose -has the leg up on Grisu. Rath-
Wravo has found the way to ride lin Light, with Rolando Lopez
Pgn Pon and make a winner of Gil up, and ho-and-cold Posti-
hin, the Juan A. Vicensini- novich, with HEpto .Ruiz sched-
trained h o r se has romped to uled to guide hm mplete the
three victories in his last four seven horse .AB r .
starts.. Another. race on
the og nth race
Pin Pon's main opposition is nighrap o a oInheritor
expected to come from Bende- AC. Igleasis); Aga% (, L. Gil)
gus, hlch received a terrible entry, Bedlam ( ] avo), Corag-
ride C m Incompetent Chilean gio (R. Q Mat) anaQlante II
jick Ren Cruzat; Vlajero, (B. Pu i ra t4 e L Glcances
jst )pped a class, and the and .P ), To-
Grisu-SIr Boss entry. letazoa (V.
This time Bendeguz should re- Catlo (. Ji-
ceive much.better handling from menez) as outsiders
Josn Rodriguez. Vlajero will a- with a chance to score at
gain be under the guidance of a juicy price. This race has
his favorite jockey. Vicente 'Or- probabillUt
tega. Rub6n Vasquez will ride Eight well-matched and
Sr Boss, which returns from a inm es complete a"
long layoff, while Catalino Igle. much average Satur-
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Ist Race "G" Native 61 Fgs. 10th Race "F" Imported 7 Fp.
\arse : 5$75.0 Pool closes: 12:45 Purse: $50.08 Pool closes: &:4
First Race of the Double
P.P. I orse Jockey Wgt. 1-(Inheritor C. Igle. 115
1-4llto F. Rose 110 2-(Agate R. L. G 112
2-nentlda E. Dario 105 3-Galante I B. Pull 118
Jr iel C. Igle. 106 4-Plncelaa6 C. Gon. IN
c. Ortega 107x S--
FOpex r. Hidal. 7x 7-Vampirea ... .. .1.O


tad Race "" Native 7 Fis.
"Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Double
S-Diez de M. A. Mena 110
oip t-Volador F. Hidal. 97x
I-Mufieco A. Ycaza 97
i-Jtn IL R. Ycaaan 105x
$-Proton B. Pulido 118
t-Mandinga J. Bravo 110
l-Coosa Linda L. Vas. 110
tr4 Race "Native Non-Winners"
Pure: $2.006 Pool closes: 1:45
ONE TWO
1-Isa F. Rose 106
2.--Bandra O. Chanis 103
r --La Chula H. Rutle 107x
..JMftr R. Gomes 112
"WWN ti 'K. Flores 110
--Curandero C. Gon. 98x
T-Pal G. Graell 112
8--Metto J. Cado. 112
4th aece "'V Native6% Ffp.
Purse: 275.00 Fool closes: 2:20
QUINECLA
1-Petite J. Phil. 120
-MaMolete F. ideal. 102x
Raita V. Brown 97x
4. 9oina F. Rose 112
S -- n Pit J. Reyes 112
T-Domino C. Gon. 97x
5th Raee "H" Imported 7 Pp.
PM: $409.N Pool eloses: 2:55
1-guade Oro B. Pull. 110
-2egal Chum R. L Goil 103
Brtolo V. Rodri. 105x
F., V. Hdal. 107x
tsBjt t Jon Rodri. 108
A... cunaque C. Ruiz UO
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r : $4090. Pool closes: 3:35
.. t RBae of the Double
:--Am6rican M. K. Flores 118
ft. yto c. RIas 112
Wi y M. E. Darlo 108
STime A. Mena 112
4( s B. R.L. GU 110
B. Pull. 118
/-,1 J. Phil. 116

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: Race of the eDoUbe
SRoa ol R. L. Gil 100
--lacey J. Sama. 112
--Mlmo H. Ruls 195x
/ lTbarda H. Reyes 105x
F K-ita A. MeMA 106
F8-Apretador K. Flores 115
7-Paragon F. Rose 118
S8-Curaca R. Va. 110
th Rae 4- Imported 7 g.
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A. Vtldivia 108
V. Rodr. lOS1
P. Hidal. 1O2x
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Blue C. Ile. l118.
Dauber' V. Orte. 118
I Pull. 114&
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L. Bravo 115
Jose Rodr. 108
V. OCta0 s 110
Ra R. OIL 106


--BeOuam J.. SBravo 11
9-Coraggio R. Cruzat 118



Juan Eranco Tips

By CLOCKuK
1--Opex Cns
2-Proton Mandgaa
3-Sandra Spa
4-Manolete Elea
5-Chueunaque Nipjsky
'6-Fun In Time

9-Pin Peon Grism (e)
10-Bedlam Agate (e)


NBA Ratles Chades

Logical Conuonterm

For'eMvf Crew h
WASHINGTON, July 1i (UP)
--Tb National Soxlg Amo-
clatlon says Esard Charles Is
the only loial contender for
Rocky Mardano's heavyweight'

Club bh beft t1Jb tw, weft
out a ttle boot between. Mar-
eIano ad Roland La Starb,
the N--A rtery rat-
nmp-released Wednesday
nitgh-lst Charles as the logr-
hal wggaieV' and, La Stauza
as one ft three ""Oft"Ok


The N A. says Randy Tur-
Pno and Carl RBebo" OQson are
theb lolea l eontdenr for the
V'seant qigjlfR hot it I e.
g~ey f= ht s summer.
Nmelt4 mmame i tnonhe
leeht e Paddy
ares es 4u, jey
Joe Uardello, Ernie
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Rainbow ity' our n

By Herbert MOISE C.
In the recently. ended Raln-
bow Cty Major softball league,
the "Native Bom'" Harlem 8port-
er won the championship with
a comfortable three-game lead
over their closest rivals.
The fans never failed to turn
out In large numbers, even
when the boys were flirting a-
round In fourth place early in
the season. They were always
hopeful and having this feeling
bolstered by the early season
hitting of their captain' George
Atherley and their brllat
center fielder Alejandro Bovel.
Then, hopes and pennant kspi-
rations went soaring with the
advent of the leagues eventual
pitching sensation, Ricardo "The
Remarkable" Chyba.
All Chyba did was to pitch
the Sporters back into conten-
tion in his first appearance with
a brilliant 2-hit Job over Cer-l
veceria -7 Innings- and then
continued to pitch-five conse-
cutive shutouts for a record
breaking total of 37 scoreless In-
nings. Tabbed as "TIe Remark-
able" Chyba really performed
In that fashion feeling of two TK BG
consecutive no-hit, no-run Mo up headed t
games., ilW asl quar -tl
Chyba rose to the h lghto of ,WsNraawfOS t l
his perfor*annes when he tan-.
gled with the rented Bob "Mr.
Pitcher" Weilmld at te Mount
Hope Stadium on -omdar, Jun IJ'
21 and for nine inning .
stopped by previous agreement
Remarkable hurled htlees and6
runless tball Althout h sporthg
a .000 ZRA. Ricardo was scor-
ed upan ba had the rniis wash- O. y )


run six of 0"
in 41 UIplgs. The r n scored St. LouIS E.
was unearned. Drasse elected sevn

Sports Briefs


A eonddent three- er-ldd- Pubb iShB
"Hoyul Day OG "-4 fs the ear am
favorite for aturd 0

7" weight of 126 u

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mate of "Native Dancer." ttAD1 .soNa
The Toronto Argonauts bave or t. r e
sold fonr Cbrnell -a
back Al Derdebrun to theM Mo- n slal
treal Alonettes. Thbi will be RMi. Ullughter of BSt L odl
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end Dick Chuhdausen ofM
Vihaii has aaeoneed a p
atiehamW chsoule %nerudi Wo N 8 .,July 10

CUP VStone oW a
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pta with jaw, spine and pelvis aid tod.
e adm the result of a. spill John of tydney wo
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is a tortmr Wisconalstsair.Al- ,
ls hba* frOm the University of O 'I Y tR nl

fte'mfS" I ys i :. TO. MIAMI'1
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sytem eq so, rIng. Chalrmm .ld e y
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Share the choies ft the "experts"
to emerge victorious in their
rl i ipetem bouta Sunday on the
Ipeo$ a at the MSnama OGm
S which future edolfo FLranle
Ito vrsu Bantmwe4lhbt Champion
M10 M ia '.B e fe r the 1 1-
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amtnulsa dh eight-round 110-
Ime pound andfln91.
, samuel,, doeite his obvious
Son lack of experience, floored Wil-
r fredo Bre rtheme times but
wai emWSom lly by the latter in
his pro ebut early last moau
Ode at the La Macarena bullring.
H23 Rowever, Samuels earned a
Ry dra* to keep his unbeaten rec-
obin ord clean.
28 Psehecho, riding tie crest of
lr a A two fight Vaning streak,
ked hope" to make A thrEe straight
-run aSt Al Hoetin the six-rouam
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C-Al cu v Balboa, 10:00
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A-Diablo vs Balboa, 11:1M
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SAN PEDRO, Calif.. July 10 -
-Chancess a new "Let e people know the trah and the setnry fe naw
appeared slight today following TWENTI-.IlGHT. YEAR. --PANAMA 3. P.. F,. m '1 -
a rep ort from th e lea d in g G ood .. ..... i, -4
will that she had been "absolute- ..' "..
Iw becalmed."
Skipper Ralph Errabee reUS NearsArmis ce eem
ported the 161-foot yacht, larg-
ast in the race, was becalmed greern
yesterday. on the fifth day of the
race, at 1,315 miles from Hono-
41-ketch Morning Star. which
s&1164d the 2.225-mile distance in
l hModist With Rhee; Reds Ma Dis
uUd*ord 10 days. 10 hours and 13
minutes in 1949. was 158 mileAs R es
closer to the finish line on the
fifth day of her record run than SEOUL, Korea, July 10 (UP) Communit North Korean pris-
Meanwhile, the Morning Star. South Korea and the United owners.
In second lace 44 miles behind States have reached virtual It appeared that the com-
ned to have closed the wan to armistice plan, reliable sources by Rhee and Robertson would.
miles as the Goodwill took a said today. give U.N. commander, Gen. Makt
more northerly course to find President. Sy ian Rhee and W. Clark sufficient ground on i ta l -
better winds. assistant secretary of state which to assure the Communh7ts a lat I
Behind the Morning Star were Walter S. Robertson were re- that South Korean would go a- ;
the yachts L'Apache and Chu- ported to have completed the long with a truce.
basco. main part of their conversation Communist truce ne otlator .
Although the Goodwill and to remove South Korean oppost- have demanded today rguaran-
Morning Star held the lead. it tion to a settlement of the tees" that South Korea will a-
the Staghound, a class C three-year-old Korean war. bide by the almost completed
=iot nearly 200 miles behind the armistice Agreepmet,-
.ar, which was reported the 1..--5, ,. North aseawm Nam f1
'handicap leader of the 32-boat insistedd on "some ia and
: e. Nartin w" ,tautld It gy
Placing compiled bv race co- Nations would keep Ssman
' otldinator Thad Jones, aboard the i' Rhee and l ll man
oast Guard escort Yocona gave 8.* th Korsan azM.a. ider
S'gtaphound the lead because control a fa tr
d ir Goodwill's big handlcar talks reopened foaUow-la a 2S-
i't~ the ctfference in size of A -P day recess.
fi two vachts. Nam as bbe
Following the Staghound in the Lt. en. iilliam
over-all hsndican were the At- chief U.N. negoator I
torente. Chirioul. Tasco. Alta- aides at Panmunjom 2
i mar. Chubstco. L'Avuarh and minutes, exactly two 'yei from
Mistress, with the Goodwill and the formal opening of the truce
Morning Star well behind in talks.
handicap lnacings. Now, 151 top-level a n
-,zi the class A rating, the Chu- .later, the signing of an
baMled, followed by L'Apache tice appeared In t ugh
dMtAdios. In class B. the first not ne
lkelng were Attorante. Chirloui Nam
a4d Tasco. while in class C the and arrn aoke m
Staghound was first followed by utea.. Then rth wo chi nego-
The Mistress, Moonbeam and tiators recessed the talks until
Primavera. tomorrow.
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mlcaurte A. Castillo, 39, Pan- the t fddayO their:
amanian, paid a $10 fine this ENC AG R OK born drive to crack alle do-
morning in Balboa Magistrate's President ONgman Rhee reads Fenst on the western ftont.
Coort for speeding. Castillo was a stack o letter la Kore For two hours today, ith n7
driving a truck on Shaler Road fromforla c s wMiris who. record besat men ofthe ChU.Te
UIM 4n a 25 mph zone.
PVother $10 ine was meted when b b p
ol % Panamanian William H. when br ide Aed from
Hu taey, 43, for parking at a bus 8&uee a elase to the B -hee- hAt laU ehstion, the Comu-
st*p on La Boca Rd. Robertees "little tre talks t ha the norts, other n slope and
A $5 fine was paid by 35-year- saM ~eler side t t all it etl e eld teho sth northern asope and en t
old Luls A. Visuete, Panama- wanted and neither i eont the Americans the southern I
wa notedd and neither Saveiron slope. th
rlan, on a charge of intoxica- elad. guarantees. They ve slope. thn stw ,h ohda
tion. however, reacher ,e`en tm crest waon a churned up....
Wadyslaw Koscyykicerrolz, 40,. basic Agreem ent, tt was rem no ant l of broken equi: t, ..
ish, was given a suspended portel a .mtI nboessant tlley b ar. atz' Brk
tence and placed on a year'sa ". a lmost fesatn A r bar. enu *.1
onary a vagrancy Rh ad held out for a thr- rade __,_. .
5 l month- time limit on a post-
.er pl.cee on one year prona- unify-Kore no mut li werFiles a e" r s....,
ila.owing th e usenson of security pact with the United -t performance forurow
rsentence on charges of States. U i. R Union Oab at the instlatlu
ting traffic regulations. An- Sources said the agreement ww W| of the New-0o 0 of the Pg
R. Moreno was picked up may not satisfy the Coman. anra am .i M ',
I nav bus on Jamaica who were reported demandifigFrI ru'-,u..e
B. Anderson appeared In military force to hold Rhee la na gftbajkD of eat*
,.urt on a charge of picking line. AMARILL., Tex., .TJuly 10 (UP) cal wA. ...
.p a passenger on his bus at a But the reports were the most -President Eisenhower flew to
poi other than a regular bus optimistic since three weeks ago the heart of the southwestern 3 CtlarO Was for AevVeTl
when Rhee upset the all-but- drought bowl today for an yea ,in musical comedy and
r Kodat, 49, Amer- signed truce agreement by or- emergency conference with six alx M 1 London M has toured
j ad $5 fine for driving during the release of 27,000 anti. Governors about relief measures. OA heNt aIiag clutaltei
bail was forfeited by Leon The President took off from the aA dey of Dance af
ntae6, Paemanan Gastroenent ,Washington n the government Lndon nlan
cu on a c ar e aofidr plane, the Columbine. He was due l "'
SKills At drivineast g a toarrive at Amarllo this after-
cOn nwithoutKt Least noon. re- O prdu g .ad
S58 Cuban Chdren As the President's plane flew exl ag mltn m 4
Gets _58 Cuban Children toward Texas, tantalizing show- roles Bot, Deert
C era fell. ts ig SpringIn bone dry and Pa e has
HVAA,~ Dotoro -- -West Texas reported .28 of 'rt po wir.f wisw pn
Doctors sought to halt the inch. Duihart, where cattlemen plus.
fellowship read of a tgatheredyesterda to discuss re-
.- follow.hip for the study of .mmation of the digestive lief measures, h .19 inch. Don worked in At
v + health with emphasis on tract which has caused the Texarkana had .59 Inch, Lare- tic City
g.fron has been awarded by More ths least 5 children w doe o and Dau s .1. Local show- Horace

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of Santiago and Guantanamo. ston M=urraf, a Dan Ke .. .. .
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