Sunday supplement


The Panama American
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01652
 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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01652
 Related Items
Related Items: Panama America

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Gerns Term Reports 'Friend

US Food Offer

S'ly Thrust Onderstanding

ot h er 4 8- Rno = R J u ly 11 ( O F)w P resO .
tbepe .idest Dwight D. Mtashoper.'
%-n On Korean
nt..L, offer of i5,0ooooX0 doair, worth
St food to riot-torn bast Ger-

L5 U- Intthe ialdr wem Otrn --- 0 --
... a .to talke l *d- ad
tar*t of tepnt anuti- EUL, Korea July 11 (UP) President Syngmuu
l Oberorsr, ou"ced eey t he had reached a "friendlyms

i ifordatrf 'o m aslu olruse here, u in iit sobdsclces in te
,u4 dua wa:.mi thn :onidwered the 0ian ith, t rhea United States and high
xe '%ver w tparely dcoun- son t wsoid he had drowep isr demand for a time lim
asf tto a CnemutIsas on pet-rnomistice poical discussions.
A W ?,, oeMy during the Risee's demand for such a time lii4jIt, and his
*ek r. tw a thea t th o "ed ithe war if a settlemtet were not wreachted
Saccor o.er, coming a it ad n re- in the4imit, was one of the biggest obstacles in the ,**
AMni- 3 toa o.r btogr. of Amefcan-South Korean agreement on a truce.
l e ma uer, wu spprestyr d- President Eisenhower's truce expediter is packing 4
Sproof d to In aw Ad-AMuer's bags to return home. The South Korean source de rib
got In Waitiil a the aS lj# with WM the agreement with i tatM
gwt erman gener ed Sttes and- said it was generally "satisr .i
1' io MAae

Pt & night in whfh it rfeee2 .
I H tr' law hM been t el- Ande. whri Ameroasn
fAo e .th a ternoon of June arant th
an l it Wq d Offscial American sources sa deegation did brinuto
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t- .the offer
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to straw f or power i

Its d** aIue and its depend-
e e., t capitalist West
e -tba free wOld

Mtower Invited
S I S to join the
uOl State In helpia the
a r.Owera who he said had
been dsemestrating for more
food 1A the face of dwindling
W Iu'Sb his offer direct-
ly ^ Jreply to a re-
German Chan-
If *Jatd Adenauer. The
AJff U. S. Charge
t"In Moscow in the
pdlomatic note.

earus Furtherr

bes of fFathers
Glow i--is, -

N"ae registrants eI
-r e Iadmhi al

=-=an over bvlatey in
p before to the
*Sbwd4he "understanding" be
uct tft communists, a
*"80e>8 almost at
ont tql t~roW0e indications
It-oll far hq'rt of the Ironclad
armistice guarantees demanded
by.the Reds. -
Coammunist prepagar#a broad-
casts yeste rdaytp* an 'ncreas-
inVl sharp tj tbuld both the
United tas adM South iKoea,
apparently reflecting Peiping's
impatience with the delay. ,
"It la new high time for the
United States government to
deeMe whether it will continue
eealvingy with the Synamann
eliquae to wreck the raml-
mteiA whether it will ive
.a mcgarantee for a-
ada of the armistice,"
s ae sr said Rhee
WouM-lNot gte .an Ironclad as-
,R tk t~enbt% ye Indefinitely
R *ufLte States would not
to reUme the war if
r were not unified at
eqat 8a o0-day political confer-
E mOver, U. i. sources said the
lftted states would pot sign a
tree If the Reds insisted on
thV r mad that the Amert-
caama~,u e to use force to hold
the -in line.
=ml *t sew"sU at Pan-
VPamsaid the BRed defia-
ti-kie at TOWN"l0. We-
S _give ie narteee" the
%OE- will abde by the nearly

,Seup Of Entire Soviet

Red Party Foresen
S ,' l at they will almost car- erl'O dibissal was forced on
Siaecepsary 16 view o. the i Oew0l i Malenkov, the
Setetra of the polit- ancould g the dismis-
IiSsin Russia. sal itIailekow roa the post
bveld the events of pr ierS a4 the appont-
Bf ,rea I lthe Vnuh lv oYov as his sue-

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"It is a eIous .k.
when a Vtlme of
voiees inteatlons w
themselves eall for
In the name of these ve
ciples which have give. Jim-
protection when he wM at-
High U.N. aOure said
U.N. move ws-plnkmed "-at
Hammarskjold, however, em
pressed belief that "we shall ams
ceed in achieving an honorab
"It will, I t hik, belm n
ly obvious that lap
of the South Kof oe
to be found in the d tIinlt
cated by the efforts of tha. Il
fiee command, repre oted-.
SpOeSen of the U.S. govrn'
ment." '
In any case, while "dtUbs
special General ALemli -miw
would have to be conwegm .
truce is not reached sOmi H
marskjold felt- there iW itt
such a meeting could a
straighten out the threeowa, noe
gotilating narl involviylke
the U.N. Command and ta"Gso'
MeanllaIAtM W ama

The letter. Informed wW
said, was understood to pot aS
that the Washington mewrq
the Big Three foreign
had now begun and
finished within a few dy-t
leaving the way clear fI a f
sembly session
Indian sources said, Bho
Nehru's letter did not cmUi
a formal call for an A4e
Hammarskjold _browuh A
dat* his views on thbe t
uation at a luncheon dn S
hfonr by the U.N.
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s gHe is 39, Iowa born irnmt on ex-niwi*t ff n a wartime. 'B/ -. u.. 1 20. WaMust
regent, later administrative assistant to Sen. Styi dges fN w ampsi .. Ma ... an-. ..- ..- 3.-..- Ie.ven_
McLeod is a Republica n= theIrally. tS..n,.S, .... . ....0m ,.N'"ew cm'i
S-: He is stocky, a little rsix feet in height, with crew- ped black hpir be. . 2. ut.P ,CA S o I. n e .
nd rosy cheeks- He wears horn-rimmedj glosses,. ear*..a.shaaree ..oa, r..ot ....I: .m ,. .,d W
S;Scotty McLeod was named State Dee't so amS of Five 19 ASS r a
"tiftrator of the Bureau of Security ular Af- checking ea r tat ,r*, t. d u to w ter rH l af t
fairs on Feb. 26, just after he had left non, for ge IS es u t Sl
'4 delayed vacation in Florida. He ca ~,aort. d met theI .r
S'.or work and was sworn in on March "atonal ., :tce pg :odI m "eckng .
He asked what his job was and `' b he report- ..ct tq o_ artme e_- ,el c.e. .k home. One n. on the answer To
!d. A State Department press releaie v'ncing the Perspective t.wa o r Soregnl e e Iofficers obt from the' raB
ppointment was pretty vague as to details/ at .was- .e n rempeloe T n -n W I e mo ,n
Ais gide. wit thtpeatt.. tam WS a A , 'l rental- the State Ddartment f to.
ey gavehim an office suite in the main State I intended to be neither now upltare tohe MWrefused to hire -341
gave a. scandal story nor an -.LWrefuvua e .dt to he I Is-
ent building where he would be actessible to his It merly pment t ; r Ms owht ..- ,... _._._.
iate superior, Undersecretary Donald B. Lourie, in able and printable fats as e et service> a,., it w at. nt thought ,at r. 1per t' o state ..
r; of administration and organization, and to Sec- l ahor. the rer obyo4rd.. o .. t oer 1 e .
earyof State John Foster Dulles. The danger t Als a se i ncompl. nt up .frIm eim .be-aty
tiepsine asITIINinnoraccurateheeltAm
f, f ar, Dulles has seen Me- There have been a, few maI y timw beben, 6s that number of cases st l .-,- A to 12 d e etgnhr. ll l_
...tLa only a few times and transfers in McLeod's reau ervert isa wherfblMe to 1.g mt.tha theIN" Of t he I Stat DepartI
Then on specific matters. and he has added to ikown blcklmae L A diseMverbd a Oy Ia the ptefelIMM peImr. wIhome .I
'. The secretary has so many office a small staff of p, in th pBe- ,OR & i e who b|. SSIIa.wm IM. l_ I.-
1I bigger world problems to sonal assistants -neadr er, o * en thie aft shme or Mylt*t It 11
rppwlewith that he told a ex-FBI men like bSe s r I announced, hw ea iw.hwe mt. a 1 l
ongressional committee he Vng 1. 9 fMt lUice ouMarcdh3 1 WWI 0 .
-hopes h to be relieved of ad- FBI Intoraoe 4t f t od took over2 I i*rI ... were.l In IddI , .
ilnistrative and operating a p r vAdminlitratora, ** l 1 t t
Res.. .... A..
., problems. Edward N. ontague, form- /eads to Alri.. l, ._ .. ., IM hkve been aptt ezerat. .mn lnr th wii j. iw w*^ 'HB,.W _- ^ _l! g.,J'? ,.-. ._-
,1' . .... ./ er State D .ent .irector Per.remtoi-.tt.. cent aln: erag oonefto a a './ J*S. .*.f /.O.-I 'Jflt--il-te :
: Responsibility of person has become Armies and ivio s have &l- d mean oe r fu
Personnel dlrectt In -Bureau way. known it. o monto hs. r e-Out ., n T
In other words, the secre- of Internal Revenue. Atobert From the days of obe of swithat evr Ou . of .
I1 tary has delegated responal- W. Woodward, chlef of For- America's most uccefal tione how In For por pupos i te
Sbiit for the clean-up to ign Service reIsoanel, has revolutionary ambsidg or I I s re chard Im Iwas net urity I _I,
s.e, except on gen- been promoted to Deputy As- who wrote frank confessions n0 pe it that the itu, the clean-out of the d "does not involve s0 r e011-. Aft
orcy approval and the distant Secretary if State for about it, there hav probably aao I er a a ta s. 'ta Inrt . a m not
of specific cases Latin American affairs. Their always been some perverts In I r"dB.e freesi on the to jobs. of "It an effort to
at of the dismissed former deputies, r pectivbly diplomatic ser Meteed, not re \ thesame old crow pa el," he con ,
-Carter Vincent-- on Robert J. Ryan and A. It Is a iatural.id place. Mown every le But the way It l working. efnt esmsed s .
She is required by law Weatherbee, are now acting Molving rm a to et to a sh out now, about 100 of the ,d toprotec t
Circumstances to take In In charge of the Job.of country help bidse-otd. as tt ai th e futaue. NOw, 1400 Foreig s Bervce offler ftrom unrellable
I e responslbility. their former bosses. And in many foreign coun- the wit ime, reel-t ^ wlU be ri.4d0 by the people It e a a
-r, rpibtSty has But a new political appoint- tries such practice- are note -gnhihwer'vew ee ..mi 'he futu" sets re it .k. .
o IInderpetary ment of a new director of regarded, as they art In this of Aprl 1 sets tie In menal, those dropped based on present .
"He s r pre- personnel, from outside the country. "twi which mtake wme officers in .ow- "Bah w IlI
I etof gker6Ot C~o.,i t Department of State, may be to separate a er rt pcentof h i .
S named soon. Gamut s' mn nor s ra"gse w ho 5ere ea> Th ( ; ".-..
glnent to not won a promotion for the hr and fat rule of
Statepart-. M h retained the Ithehe 1930's th Inspecto last thrys in a row. Poure
ment deis of h o Service of the U.S. State Do- .iio ssaS
S-a is concentrate re- cy b j the ay tto the Foreign and who
-ow-aatnIU .tra o. '%C I fju
oand" n.De- took over, was on Jonhn 'Ford. v eCOpwithasiens ating scales r
on a b e McLeod asked him rankly The re rts ran the gamut m lt l O hasl ed out to de- g

-a e twal or ceparet kh eleeg--the rets r She is d u B -
sr a ourte the big trouble? What shouldM notr ider ay ss o sn g h *

tyo rank o arsthadup dplummate ad factors. U,
I eSear y *f state to have eomai offies abroad-.,were SI, ro i". i .
Sed, of it La in 1M eate n e1 i ptl In a T.
g fsu t an con- ae. -

1 Multiple Duties shortly R Ns o*^f or ahS l w nm ai .
'!ae latter Includes passports BerylJ "were called m^a^de a sec S hear- t polt tri lB ra ion s fore were L tatest Dob
..n +ass, proteotve services Wahiigon for q E. hsg vta o perver- o.I ed: *I Aoc The Ya s -
ids msantous canerol, o fan a publistr olmace- slon ampng governmental em sMr. Inter a iM_ purpose pui ni"e'the l n U -
Becase the security fui- ment has be. ent maden"i onl t i"y e
rIas aofficesu l111 ofactothese cases.r'Dto5551- that, frotui J Ja the* X eo In tr-at Aprlt
chsson ofc McMA 9eslasl uato October, S 1950 gthhv ofol ofie-mm0
11,scura This onludes t ,o le sai. S d a he T bi.

heos sore g rvice In- that mo*l -..fre .. I's e i' I II'^
o r ho Pu fo to he Fnas Mrs. U* A
r their work. govrsn me e t h, e o a c s of ererID tuh eo Arle, H h.ad
Scott McLeod was pickedMa rd t mt0rdo.nrF orA
for hIS job and hired by ru 3 i a West Point minsed fr oa government.
Unerecretary Lole.. But graduate of 9lo3. Ie has a AW rn 1 b d
a MLeai was backed fw4tor the spent 19 bHoe tWa Cor. ee 1 oy cae Nort- w In ,, f.wllll .
J b Brdgees or n eaau rly ca advice, with a mul t p ending at the time the rep ort .
ci9ne d. vie T e s H gen a sbt ao e en t of c s 14 ere IDorroo p# S l lb a u rmalde str i n wer e S the time
ears like McCarran'. c Leod lenfDra. I
I jarm closent orBI e ttetoer o( thae mnme u M le onStilltutedinii, Igtdisclosc C Ittem, i Ii B i

e s rounfi Wa .'hi, ,gcala .p-e-g i, I o "I I I
3 HrIoover and the White Rs W. Scott McLeod'o quiet m 'Fierah Socad-r

ie the bg ase for "leIan t and ef Committee. He C 0a0e :nc0
lw the mess. There were had given a statement on te Vi seBedPCvi d io.hn V
oners that eLe's ap- the need for edt tending the op .
uPi$7-wsa She peitleala Trade AgreementM aAt 0.. wg.go
forthepies whieb Dulles another year. ieoonweeeprtdnthe T
memralasmnosgme of his te asked the members if the AoVId came odd t
c'there were suspfegrs that tfons. When they were all to "csl ous, State D t
rSctwhich e t on Mc- taken care of, the cha m eOh7arewALIthrt
fordb o be funnel- a e said the secretary would be In Sea r employs a
ab to Sen. Joe McCarthy's excused, to to back tom work. of Iowa re- the pitva si
S investigating committee. Then he added toitously: is
It hasn't worked rut that "It must be terrible to have 18 high employe of tries
way,orifithasthabeen toworkaamongtalltthoetho- the Departtentasho-
pretty well covered up. mosepuals ui WI
tmioIncluingllcongres- He might have put In a werd names cuets as-known Axe.
commitees an assign that net .al of the oM scow hob- o eM u of that wany
other assistant secretary, he now heads were that way. T'he Igee was given
In charge of State Depart- I ion..oh an soem tat n e te o toZ if
Th iltn B Moton h ol m n*o yasolt ute

men$ ason wir Congreas. Iafed ft. were v-
Maybe-the coe D
Won't Talk meant b t a s oa e i0. lD3ip,'I
he wa,- t -_ weU-IImd'
McLeod has refused at least crack at dmlnaiv-1t- at were
once to testify before the which hadn't taken any too
McCarthy committee. This kindly to some of the con- DhO-, MIo
Va on the case of Charles gressman's pet proposals ter a d en
AL fthlen, drigthe ftW ater cabr t-ase
'.states ftof., ea
wer is cnfiratio se m-istaken cow
a eador to Rmewl. o '. I i II
eLeed says e bse4b slut me e, 4 ..
tus nveraa)P m 0 la k hptttwf.
IAes ne eidt set oO 'A ally
te et ash sdse-Cintrv have fthe ske s
esm ,to take $dr Iles .bhtIt
N ma ,the U1
e4me Cg-c..V olis* I 43I
wa s I a esen eetle g w ith She
theodoere Kahan as, seentry amh-
Smere later In ils f So nai. IA
did not begin his an" .dietos a g
t by firing l Ue hed Itg t -I
ts in his ow o.P .sqt-, an o,' I i
bringing in his pe- 'gvd.ftsr-- I I I

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me aswers could be t r Mh hurly pay building trade worers get Above
Ine average hourly rates es.a by union construction workeerp rom 1951 to the
Iefts, have Inctled. their dir steadily with plast et leading the parade at
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WARNING! $40,000 TO $50,000 NEEDED.


1. To malpird a permanent full-time lobbyist In Washington to protect our Ift.
terat"e a to help achieve our aims -r. to prevent adverse legislation and
promote' iotal legislation.

2. To hire airm of professional economists to make a thorough study of C. Z.
.ooflq r aPbot 'of Life" so we can have. concrete evidence to back our claim
for p e n- leave allowance and for differential pay (is 25% enough, or should
SIt be.tmr)

3. To sefk out and eliminate the hidden charges presently existing in Company
and Government operations, such as housing, commissaries, retirement, leave,
Soot Of recruitment, and others. Ate we not subsidizing the ships that are
traneHtin the Big Ditch? And what ojle?

4v To hire professional actuaries to determine life expectancy of C. Z retired an-
nuttalts (Do we late on our retirement because tropical living shortens our
neI iWfe span?)


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.'WS^ ftw 5 eleMar erentative of the UCA --' your own neighbors will
8 aeloit EI -tr rclWreuthe N0,000 S50,00Q needed tMs
S.I ada a membership boards.

.' o year for each wage earner. Dona.
SIsuem e *and welesmed.
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Baseball and eat s -that's the If you use angel food instead
Wea to. keep boys happy of pound or white cake. break
at mmertime. But when it the angel food into cubes and
I what? Then give them pull off a bit at each corner
Indoor baseball party. There to make balls. Cover with fon-
a new baseball "quizzle" dant frosting in the same way.
k that combines quiz and
le technique to dramatize Fondant Frosting-for cooked
High points of the great fondant frosting, made fondant
L erican game. Our youngest according to any standard re-
y, aged 8, and his friends cipe: blend two or three tea-
re ver It for hours. spoons of hot water, with one
ow about "eats?" Well, you cup fondant placed over hot
Make realistic baseball water to soften. Pour it over
WIeu that will thrill the the cakes when it has reached
S"outhful big leaguers. And, of the consistency of thin cream. I
tourae, hamburgers or hot dogs An easier frosting is uncook-
S id soda pop belong In this ed; just mix creOta with alfted
big game party, too. confectioners' sugar until thin The, all-eaetto wardrobe amembled fo Alle Cwr, the 1983 Mad. Mee spring with rhnetelme
enough to pour from a spoon. *f Cottea demonstrates g apieall the verealirty of ctton. She Beked pink settles eMUE (rliht
ase. aebaell.Cak s Here's my wife's formula for wean (leal) Koreay' strojA e denlm In the rich elerings t deep as architeetlural fllnes. Cooerd
hamburgers. All the kids In the ee, gree, blue, brown abd rold. Dres Is straight up.and-daow Claire MeCardell for taprtlag, I
use pound cake, white cake neighborhood say they are just sheath, belted in at waist and worn with ashawl f ried in bla.- in skirt and pleated aealr. I
angel cake, made with a as good as -home run. Allow etel .pM14 iaghan. (left center) by Jerry Parils has small stripd isal d bJt il ited with b
x.Qr by- your favorite recipe; 114 pound feshly ground or ----- -
buy the cake ready mdae. top round .for esch "player."...
pound or white caheake te meat into slight Pretty Alice Porr of -daba-
inch cubes. With Asi la rfllt. ee4 balls. Tetrick to ma -thi year thMe d C w /ar/ 7 drobe Co
e carefully round off l o-ihBndle Ahem lightly and toto tog- i a ue here tomorrow n I Iake L1 ]fl_
Save the scraps of cake keep the meat loosely packed after tur of 30 American wn.

When the frosting is Sprinkle pan lightly with salt. Each year the wardrobe of
"paint" the lacingp on. Slap the hamburgers on to the ,the Main of Cotton emon-
h ball with a clean water pan. cook about 2 112 minutes, strates he new uses rat the
r paint brush dipped In then turn and cook 2 minutes designers lave found rbr cot-1
food color. BI .ur the on the other side. Serve on ton, placing it In every pos-
iag Is dry bef 'oep)pl. bread or rolls with a pat of sibh le wardrobe role.
t" butter on each hamburger. For the first time, the Maid
actu4ily has two wardrobes,
,ne sul for hPe cooler
b ima earl teea-
pon, t .fl other t ed for
S armer latitudes or summer in
STemperate Zones.
Her wardrobe includes dres-
Penalize i Yor Childm se, coats, separates, accessories,
Saraincoats, cotton luggage, shoes
and Jewelry,
or Badly on s Miss Corr won her title over
... F21, other ftl atas at Memphis.

I lOVRHEARD one workingmother telling ano er .
that Dorothy is out of school for teasunmer a bhe wants -"i--
her a certain amount each we .* dolAgM, hous-'] new te of flap is
ving her the job at her own price. B uth I've warned her to i.i Mad e o metal, it screw s i
Sbaited with food and a special
a her the Job at her own price. But Ive warned r toxin, Made of metal: it screws
at not going tq keep after her to get everything done. If; o a qurt 'mason Jar. The
the end of the week only half the work has been done, I'll pay insects can go into the trap
half prke. but are unable to leave.
"She's i 4 years old and she might as well learnnow that youu are nable o leave
S- Banish theghot a of bn ews-a y
't earngtop pay fore a tryrle done job' Banish the ghosts of brews- ft
There a sensible mo w. Nagging and preaching doesn't long-past froi your electrical .Oald' "lr' we ad Chia
a thin to wdevel a child sense of responsibility. Letting percolator. It the coffee basket irntit and laeeer, u string,, ,,lemermtud
t b with a rry done job doesn't give them any incen- and percolator stem "are made twe a e d a
ofv for doing it right next time. of aluminum, remove from pot. ed to loit a oBe o eaitp ee esoftl
Fill pot to maximum capacity .5
CH MEANG OFGREMENTS wth water, add two teaspoons By KAY SHERWOOD .. f.. f1. "
BUT making a fair bargain with them, keplag your part of ll pt, A and rinse thlor- from line i.bookor
.., and seeing to it that there is Iome penIty attached if they oughly. A clever converse n r otn a ine alteick
.'on'L keep their epo of the-bargain, teaches theatresponsibility F .. Tnd decorative or a the main arm.
ed the necessity or d0tlg a job the'way it shOuld be done. ere'% 1 & 'on i dark sub- porch is a mobi cin ,
SIn manv homes the summe-r mont.hsare nagging months. jest. -letub- power has been lightly in the u n :. bre orkred
;lidren are at loose ends. Mothers start with good resolutions known. to fat .at the most i1 You can buy nmotles for a fewo simple - ,
make this summer different. But. they son grow weary of opportfi moments, and 'flash- dollars on up-and h. Or you :balsa wood, heavy
Suing with the children and trying to make them do what, they light batteri sometimes lost can make your own three-dim- -ilastie 'rps flat-
e supposedd to do: fs. oe trength .bore householders euslonal ."piture" for- a few 'can t.rreed, and c
In no time at, all te children are bor d and unhappy and re tce the pennies. They are easy to O.-er, a-uminuae fIll. D ut,
tjer Is doing their job because it I easier to do it herself than orat r ekt tap in 'cake make and. Can point up a. spe- you -use
i make them do it. of lIg in ahure,- by a half- clal interest, hobby or personal fI oar dictates.
That working mother has the right idea. If you are going to dozen handle;' wrap well and foible. mo i wtha .
v ea child a responsibility, work things out so that he, not you, Istore in a cool place. ohu can To find out how to put one et th5
zeoible. forget lighting worries, but together, I talked toe Ouldo iorw' Ati
Itheis going todo a Job make sure there Is some penalty foridorft forget bse you stored Chigi, a noted Cicag s'rtlt ecat I" Iot'
t'doing it right. the candl y he fine, too. whose own mobile reations reed dF .qA"elti
for heatiwil -a" lood. In a are custom-made and sell for ,,an be D a,'
rinch, fancy prices. 0h~3 ~t hall hr
Start to junior gh .a ol yo.
Iue. 4 ew i Don't "IthVMw. aaI those old youngsters, .-lat v ,.I
i baby-food bottl-. When open-
ing, pry off the tops carefully, "To be pleasing th".Able y, Wim efu've 4qqldq q..
and gave eaj .bottle. Next a mobile must have n, the e ," 8l oh an nursery
a he you p geae from' balance, and repetition -6ret
fry Ing to rk-'way, po r in- and color," Chg said. Al-
bottle, and rg.- l, with lp, though there are aimut ena trc
then deposit imn h. Keeps less variations. nO:e ht- 1 -r
Insects away, -doe 't mess up gi advises amateur to stick
the rubbjh can, and saves easily worked Matertlali in ut '. arou a
your drain from effects of bright colors. h' .-,
grease accumulation. A simple uaoile 1ually ham t WrshI b

WELL";IXT, Mass. (UP) -A "
$25,000 revolving glot.?, largest Mte.w a .. bebita
I in the world, is to be built at
Babson Intitqte of Business
t administration here. It will ..
hc* spectators how the world. *
looks from .5,000 miles out InQ144..II
Isace, un a scale of 24 miles to
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fag cards and replace bed Aed car each a
a shot of oriin aly. e
ihdalcher cards a I ayrly
round. People wri &n it a WOlcbq w^" eywfN
to n mewa their, just I lie or t
movie stars or baseball PIa, own 6
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b as you strain
motifs. When the mobt$T
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No. 4 Tivull Ave.-Phone 2-2201. and

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Household Automobiles
Ask About Our FOR SALE 195 I Renault 4-door
CHRISTMAS CLUB Navy Pacific 2474 or.8124.
v. "Bazar Americono FOR SALE:-Codiloc 62 Club Cadpe
Panama & Colon_ light blue, oil ewtros. duty free.
FO 6'SALE: Gas refrigerator and Too condition. Phone 3-1773 or 3-
SRv'e. misc. furniture Phone Par- 4700.
&l*na 2-4013 _FOR SALE -3 unused retreads 670
Wl,1.SALE: Housiehold furn-ture x 15, WSW Tailp-pe. new for
klUdes bedroom suite, beds, auor- 1950 or '51 Buick Ri.era Sedan
l'fister furnure. SpDnert piano onil Quartermaster table Phone
refrigeralor. 2 2rs old. Houie 0428-A. Ancon. or 2-4263
Pedro MgueLe el 4652. MUST SELL: 1951 Packard 4'
POIl'SALE.-Mahc.gany bedroom set. door De Luxe Sedan. 13,000 miles.
first clasi condition Going cheap Radio and heater. First $1.55000
1027, 5th. Street Color. toiees, t Tel. Balboa 2405, house'
V_ -- -- --- --- 717 Balboa.
FOR SALE.-D.n.ngroom set bedroom ----
st, bookcase 41h of July Avenue, FOR SALE. Hallman convertible
No. 61, Apt I '52. Financing possible & Cadilloc
Coupe '49. both duty free. Sad-
IW.-SALE --Steel Extens.n D.n.ng- ng 3-177i
table. Three piece mahogan$ living- --
.OnDs set, consisting of settee. PANAMA CANA LCOMPANY
Spatform rocker and chair, assort- OFFERS VEHICLXS FOR SALE
ai. books, porch screens. Spanish Sealed bids. for opening in public,
.guitoar. Mar. s heavy English wool w.il be received until 10:30 A. M..
up. .th vest and light summer luly 22. 1953. in the office of Super-
:; 2Wit,.'size 38 long. Telephone Bol- intendenr o' Storehouses, Balboa.
'.' boa 291 1 house 0816 Balboa for oehcle:, including ambulance,
R- r -- -r --r- st.cton wagon, pick-up: panel, cono-
SE Refr gerator 96 cu tc py express lineman's and tractor
2 Norge porcelain 60 cycle Pan- bodes. located at the Cristobal Store-
fa. Good condition. Tel. 4-635. house. Invitation No 42 may be ob-
'1FOR-LE- Household effects. toned from the above source, or
Osartermasier 259-B. G a t u n from office of Superintendent of
Ponrie 5-437 Siorehouses. telephone 2-1815
FOR SALE:-Mahoganv bedroom set. FOR SALE --Chevrolet 2 ton Slake
199.00, mahogany dining set Body Body Truck. Inquire at No
00.00. innerspring choir, small 21 Juop B. Sosa Street.
oteU end miscellaneous. Telephone -
2 House 2386-D. Cocoli. WANTED
1.1I-Kenmore De Luxe iron- A
'Wnd chair, perfect condition Automobiles
$150 Albrook 86-3217. 'WANTED:-Wheels for tion, mili-
ets tary Dodge truck, 7 50 x 16 R B.
Woodis. P. O. Box 681, Balboa.
Cun Gets Some .
S&kolorly Study FOR SALE
1W BR'UNSWICK, N. J. Boats & Motors

Lt (t-. The life and well-boeinB
of t 4he common clam is getting
:1 Iot *of attention these days
rtoin world authorities on the

SNew Jersey. e re-
cm included Dr. Thur-
lon projelsor of
d word authority on
nmd Drs,. Melbourne

hianaged to come up
S t of answers or some
f e td the economy of
S.t w ,krL where
ftnuktwVallant for
'eroa $60,00,000 Atlantic
scientists found out thatC
hai.e Lee.mr. Lou. being
ive to such things as
temperature. amount Of
'in the wa:.?r. ldeiall and
Cuir,ents, Aitr temperature,
Phases, carometric ires--
and rainfal.
university team learned
c iam farming using art-

FOR SALE--22 foot fishing cruiser,
65 H. P. Wilvls sea jeep motor.
Perfect condition Sleeps two. Call
Stanlev. Balboa Yacht Club, 2693
Por Ponazmag,23 .... ..-

Show MUst GCOn

veyor belts I h Ie obal' f
1.300 0al.Aihe m:ng.,e4 e
United hta alone,
to mining engineer.
Once in a* while tr 'bUs
ivrek, adldt. t'a~ ', whtee Jbhn,
Falussek OlRies. He. .-tl.U. B.
Rubber at
repair work-'witn Its necessary
and he also helps install the
bs1 loops.
Paluszek has some good sto-
rits abqut his belt-splicing.
Jobs. For inlstei.ce there was the
time he had to go a not hern
Candadi mine out beyond what
Is conside.?red civilization. The
temperature was 27 "belo.v zero.
th, Job had to --be done rithtt
a,way, and he aevolped a tooth-

Curls 'in Swirls..Coronet Pomp...
Peter Pan Bangs.. Scroilfed Top
Locks all the latest, coal, sum+4
mer hairdos skillfully molded by
HAZIL. Gene bft lauty Ship. Co
coli Clubhouse. m'm557.

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6R. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
CkntJ Avenue "K" S*2 cor.
ner.-Telephone 2-3479, 'PaRO.ms-

Ask About Our
Panama & Colorn'

PANAMA-MEXICO one"way w 5
i ..Nd trip $135 (15 day imit)
$5, god one year; to L 0 S
AN6ELES one way, 59,25 round
ar p $268.64 190 day limit).,Pon-
SDispatch Service. 36 Avenida
1mWional (Automobile ,Aowt Tel.
J%#*ma Z-1655.
4ANO-laRU FOLKS. Send today for
"66iroom Dance BOOK. Box 106
m bboa. C. Z. Enclose $2.00. Free
postage. HARNITT & DUNN.
.taing 4-engine planes. One-way
.t" Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip
$126.00. One-way to New. York:
$114 00 Round-trip $214.00. See
telephone 2-1655

Ask About Our
"Bazar Americono"
Panama & Colon
25-60 cycles, CW-Fone all bands
hIke new. also 10 meter antenna
and extras $120.00. Dynamic
microphone $10.00. No. 1814-C,
Old Cristobal or Tel. 3-2735.
FOR SALE: Cocker puppies $25,
tennis racquet, vacuum cleaner.
Diablo 5611 -B Hodges Place.
We -ne 2-2439.

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eled bids, for opening In public.
Iill be received until 10:30 A. M.,
July 21,' 1953, in the office of
Supenrntsendet of Storehouses, Bol-
hoe, for 3,072 net tons Ferrous Scrap
metals located at Section 'I," Bal-
to Storehouse. Invitation No. 24
Snoy be obtained from the above
source. or from office of Superinten-
dent of Storehouses, telephone 2-
FOR SALE:-Eight used fluorescent
4-tube industrial lamps. Inquire at
. No 21 Juan B. Sosa St.
FOR SALE:--One Fotolarger and de-'
veloping equipment. Perfect for
amateur or beginner. $30 00. C
Perret Jr, Colon. Phone 1148 dur-
, ing the day 728-J during rnte.
air conditioning cabinet unit, in
good condition. Inquhre at No. 21
Juan B. Sosa Street.
'OR SALE: One each. g rls and
boys bicycle; electric train Roleflex
Camera. Phone 5-437.

ly-spawned ana pruoectcu nd u uenstsu around, o0 course. SALIE-Thoroughbred puppies
seM. Would be a red-ink Ie took a pair of pliers ordinar- a Call Panam 3-0467 or Panaom
ition at first. iy used in his spUclng job and 3-0698.
jerked out the offending molr
rously enough vou have to then finished the splice. .
in clams. Nelson said -A f
this major probl
4 mTwo Boys Make
1, clam farming w2*.' Tw
Srcrming.d p Own Automobiles Wpft
No More To leaom BUFFALO, fWP) --.Peter %CLE JD, 0. (UP -I
ITALO. N. Y. RP; A. Morrasn'aP- aterWard, omnlTg feet kre averaging a
ir Reinard of tIl nearby both 12, tare two*'*cr meftnu4c. 1 aie larIer than 25 jears
of Evans uses -a auto taterm" who aren't worried, about a WcoIdJn. to e'dence
P f living rem, kitch- eomnpetlon frei'the maforim- g ht dou at he annual con-
edroom of his home tomotive concerns. enution of the Ohio. Chiropod-
taet that be has The youths have begun test Its' Asociation. -
p ame house right running their two new 1953 one- Pr. Nell C. MalSiape explaIn-
does rot plan to cviinder model cars, following a* d that this is part of the o er-
#trafler. whicb he six months' work at the all development f( tb e h ina
e wQrklng on the Nchols School producec ti on race.
plant." "People are taller than i
---- USed to>be," DL.'iMacBne sa
recognize thr e e The sevenb- d reM w nup -"and, their fat .lte. p ortion,;
types of rock-Igneous, their own plans and presented Ately rgal." .
entry and metornorpic. models of their automohieq to He also cited I that:mty
the school's d(reetor of Indtatrial coIr.e as a I to o maus:
arts. David J. Truoott, lat No- "Women* st 'ao.abnsibu (
member. Under his watchful eve da I about shbe.tf-
A ( M ( the boys assembled their sleek I"They no- ot- crowd their
wooden roadsters, and powered feet iato swlhoes as they
them with lawnmower-tvpe mo- used to d'. i. ded.L 'The
tos that can rea it seed of IS younger ie naRK, lWe ,ter-
BATTERIES mph,. n tt,.i tB' %atrotE to
Popular Prices When Is Abandoned ed against I fot1
evrolet. .. 25.75 Car Not Abandoned? 'd orn;
0 HARTFORD, Conn (UP agers. Ne ar' r
mouath..... 25.75 Frenk sharklewicz left his auto-b "In g.7n ..
26.75 mobile in Mrs. Mary Lepone's aRera mat*e
....... 26.75geing or biek
3;.-,; ***...'"*? WAd MvAQ r A e go. agreeing
"tVy 1 a* month rentf ture."be .-1 ..-
When Sharkiewcg stop p e d Dr.
Fainxr rent, she ordered him to nine of 10
remove the ear. He refused sort of foot
'The fire marshal .also ordered "onlv five per cent dO
N IaflUewtle to take tihe car out about it"
of the yard. BIMt he stil refused.
insAllv. MO. Lenone sold the El Cartr
r for unk. an received $1. Elizabeth Carter.
Phurlhriwicz ssed for *20. but ft i *na
S let the cpse beC'use the court e
S- 4l b t sielMit .. Funeral srvies t
However. the state supreme tomorrow at no0 la.!W,1
Sert relsreed the decision. a y.- S ca
_,la .ll ar- I. f that there was no invitation body of
rlktewlte hd intended to re- who died at hr" .
ao t -r. marn.g.
.U Ningthe aI vinnel em4st.rs
tf.2 U bkh ril-nl ndeed m1. Bla

Willuia' Santa Clara Beach cottapa
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockas
rane. Balboa -3050, except
Grmlich Santa Claru weech'at*
.tape Elctric iceboxes, gas at.
moderaf rates. Telephone 6-441
Geabom; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.
PHilWLPS Oceanside Cottagme. 'l'
only court In Santo Clara Wiffif bn
Oeeivlew from all cottage. 3f
to beach, Rockgs refrritetl.,
barbecue and shuffleboa PO .
"nd 3-1877. Margarita 3-Y1973,
Box No.. 435. Balboo.
S Houses
FOR RENT:--6-room chalet, #Ifrig-
atefr and stove, 5-miles from Co-
.Ion. TravIstbhmian Highwat. Phane
Ft. Gulick 88-440.
FOR RENT:-July 24 Oct. 5q e
single hapse, 4 bedrooms. Ad-.
quit. for 2 families.
FOR RENT: For clinic, office or
residence, new modern apartment,
screened, 2 bedrooms. T.fephtw

Two and four weom fumlshed 4d
unfumiihed apartments; private 41-
closed garden. 8061, 10th Stret,
New CristpbLf. Telephone Coln
.. 1386.

FOR RENT:-Two bedroom- i~fkh
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Mary Sol, Ave. Justo Arosr ena
73-A. Call 2-2341.
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screened. 2 bedrbom spartmdhnt.
Focing Hotel "El Ponamd," Tw1.'3-
1773; Pom.m. '

FOR RENT:-Large apartmentAmad.
ern in new building, Via Esufai
Eusebio Morales. Lar apartment
in 44tb street No. 29, upstairs.
Madivm suie opaot men on "B'
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state priemm,' t't a-'his a -tari Us Oe t.am a
Eic spell ,d,i*i44 a tage waiting for her cue.
direction.' The set re resents a New York

li hs aaf a recording of
Catnos t a -ti I .Moonee, l- erenade." Uvery
a w and t U one of three mu-
sicielans,.w busIne it is to
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withe tWOWtf *Ma I'0e that Jimmy keep a
wt -et bio. ln. k inthe snboe during all
tslo eOD; in which he is sup-
,ouk. sp -u.otV.Re. e- d te play the narmtument.

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aor theul'U# z 0' O'" fll e n movie making.
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n On Balbfw_ Theater Screen j

'5. 1f Betty Grable wetans to
yes 'T .he Jazz S'mgei .Comu es -,tm ina ye *
know M6a5 Century-Fox's musical story
V... .the Erie Canal back In
aene in 8 Lux 50heater Thursday "The Fare'Take
Va shooting .., today. Dale Roberlon, Jham
?d'e 5 TaClooney IC Carroll a n d Thelma
0JSW ft 5 o e cdshare starring honors
to e-/ r-d ".o aoe"te-?o nc' Miss Orabie. .;-
ThUr3 a ct~or' I' story, which. In tu'. s im
h-ere "N ed Oar- novel, successful stag
t.' t- .. ft ad and a stralgtc dras& c M
V o wOee thel tion picture several yeesf
Vi has been embell. .ted tt

nm ona et
ofS 4 n. 0- tea mtars. The tunes are tht wr
low o s. oundl stage. of the writing team of Ruel .
Waster n in rainbow Arlen and Do ro thy Phe
while the -choreography wiW
euh t. y entered by Jack Cole, .
4 I fen ow- pBroadway renown. -
boy replea- MMiss aGrab le, whose last'
dent. 1. 'avious assLuignmeqt wias
At t fans blow Me After The Show" is
tons Of mw ame re- as Molly Larkin, culinry
tonerof wwn'ewqm_ '. SlM .. .aboard a canal boa. Dale Ni
ten o heista w ertson as the farmers ll
the yelled e t ere t e tae W est Vr te

the ilm w n e inthe pi tre the
rTakes A Wife" hua thee
in the flm, -eut the of the at.Theha spt

stnho talk mophere and bucolic cha
have athat of "lahoma" and
town chFair" by Produracteris
Plaoenberng and Directorh
SCthe spring of 1850 the twTar
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sigsr n orned I'l .in~"~giv' en the same sprithtly.
.uhr. on hA sul. The ai oi.2e, lshr ur d ber h nT mosphere and bucoica, hbo ir

sthowgh nw a.~ mo- Bros.' new rtT, odtone o tec4- TherJc L. Wae e Cloe MyDor." "
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in 'eses ntead' show buiness sa acareer number. wlaroe sta rd.wit Dat-es "Cloe ergdan You Sipll
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to be r6 ti. fcl g s, nicolor .telea femniamed vol.y S-ciaded yon "' w r 1tu Wa r." Real Special," "With The c *W
9aaO i ..J61e i ns to"e show b ainess z a caMlrednLee, wil alsoabed with Dan- ne, r"Can .Yous pell.r e
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fed., an animal leads
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t Sher ca clothe."
lDn klgu Oa and ges "I received a greater number
as an i e* ihen hi ofI tpltpuentary letters as a
Slrea. qr a oa I did In a
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Zbns. star dt Brady me, thts ny I ever did in a
dpesm't have a n to step Bikt or other bathing sult,"
I and do the sceie -fhilm, but sh. Aded.
4, gunu-lhy caRaMl tc4miands a "-Je letters I got from the
takldi-U. B" ik pose were frankly flirt-
S' atio.Thos from the peasant
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Diat_ = tumP9 tha cover y u James Cagney's lirl
lie Awall O onm ? A ? eh i "A IsaTa
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agThe e to be gaoed in thM -rMld of
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te* et hnt's -'dad w-, one of the most. ou=
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career in real. lie brought'5i
to the agp. ike erieM11 la
meant findutity' as a stagee
night club comedian. "The Jazz
Singer" will be an opportunity
to toap his great star role in
I TUll ee You in My Dreams."
I waxs i.- that film, aslo a
Wainer-Broa. production, that
.Dan*, in an example of off'- ..*
beat eatinT, essayed the
s=brt dramatic role of Ous
fabulous songwriter of
the twenties.
An immediate hit in the
pa. Dianky Thomas became
eon* of oallywood's most sought-
after stars. It was he himself
wh r"sH6ed that careful se-
le for t his followup to that; C E NT R A I
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P6 Choi and M Ying, in "JUNGLE OF CHAKG',


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.18-Pound Championship

A t Stake In Panama Gym

AWN ."Republic of Panama Bantamweight Champion
I |tin Bourne is ready to make his first defense
e 118-pound crown tonight in a 15-round chain-
poehip bout at the Panama Gym against chal-
-m*niser Rodolfo Francis (ex-Beau Jack). The first
wight is slated to get underway at 8 p. m.
Z4j a previous meeting earlier long way in the two years he
11MB year, Bourne administered a has been fighting professionally.
b4*1lpete licking' to Francis Bourne lists among his victims
S.~ h pave dthe wal toward his Al' Hostin, M a n u e 1 Prescott,
a.*hgm=plonshlo bout with Rodollo Francis, Baby San Blass II and
'ipudia of Colon. A bad cut Ampudia. Francis has turned
-btqAmpudla's eye in the 13th back Quiroz, Farah, Baby East-
r fnd gave Bourne the title in man, Ampudia, Kid Zefine II
lath round on a T.K.O. and Baby San Blass II.
..4 since losing to Bourne, Francis The semifinal shapes up a
@11s chalked up three straight slugfest between two murderous
%1prpsslve victories two of punchers Leonel Peralta and
Stenem knockouts over Baby Qui- Luis Samuels. Peralta hopes to
Vds and Julio Farah. Rodolfo has regain the prestige he held two
SBshown such great improvement y e a rs ago as an outstanding
that he is expected to enter the lightweight contender. Samuels
ring a slight favorite over Bourne is unbeaten as an amateur and
: tonight. turned In an impressive per-
'Melvin's handlers, Philippino formance while earning a draw
t d and Speedy Quintana, are against Wilfredo Brewster last
i itstlc. however, and claim month in his pro debut.
t a fight is won only In the
g. They even predict that A six-round preliminary be-
eirboy will also stop Francis. tween 118-pounders Melanto Pa-
Both 20-year-old Melvin and checo and Al Hostin and a four-
-year-old Francis are products round 'preliminary between en.
.0 the amateur ranks. Francis hard-hitting Rafael "The Bull"
Vs by far the more impressive Brathwalte and Chico Anderson
the two in the simon pure at 126 pounds round out this
'joup but Bourne has climbed a excellent program.

Iron Gus Doesn't Get Sore Arm

As Batting Range Craze Spreads

.CONEY ISLAND, '.Y.-- Jul a half million balls pitched and
U-.-Midst the hodge-podge of hit at the one range
S.erry-go-rounds, roller coast- We can still feel those bust-
ers. hot dog stands and just ers on our hands.
Sain sand, they're making,
: ;R ball players. b i se 4
. And for two bits yet.
The gimmick at Coney Island, l i L Uj
's in 200-odd places scattered .
around the country, is a mush- *
rooming craze called Bat A- n m Are W
;Wray baseball ranges. e W i
S'All you need, beside the two
lit-, is oerseverance, iron Over Antilles
Wrists, eagle eyes, a strong
bar': and calloused hands. -
our agen found it out the Cpl. William Driggins con-
M-d waY. Pass the epsom linued his superiority o v a r
ts please. Mickey Mantle Arnued Forces golfers n thiver
I no competition here. Ared Forces voters In tht
, The way this game, tacks area as he captured medalist
'. -v ou take your stance in a honors In leading the Panama
tting cage. Ninety feet away Area team to a decisive victory
ro c ae. ep' nd ineyu ,s h over the visitors from the An-
.. .,, tllles. The aimen team from
S. tengel would tak Panama posted an aggregate
s, I .. Stengely r th f score of 1815 for the 72-holes as
u i gSe hi p only eor the ra compared with the 1923 mark
-5 itc, h4. Hitveown tro d g carded -by the Antilles team.
d pitche r. He thrown 450.- Drigginge scored rounds of 73-
pitces without te trac7471-72 for a 290 and a three
of a sore arm. Just keep his srk m- Lt.. .
jon. ts oie.stroke margin over 1st Lt. R.;
oints o.led. ni Golden. Golden finished strong
us-we got very famili--'ar, -,.. after a bad first day to post
nr three ho ur s- v "i a scores of 78-74-69-72 and a 293
'ter three ours- Is a verl- ^ total. M/Sgt.- Don Kena placed"
thble pitching m chino He third In th "standings with a
rb a al. spe e T n a 294 and M/Sgt Thomas closed in
st,2 and he'll breeze it by fast for fourth 1.ace with a 304.
S10. miles an hour. Bob Fel- T man for the AntUlles and
t "his rime barely reach- fifth in the overall standings,
id 00 mph Gu p would have was Capt. Vernon Shoemaker
W" "e fielding his Psition, with a 307. Ro4 7dng out the
o s, Gus slowedo sdbown t O USARCAor inR the All-Army
10 mph. Which, from results, Golf Tournament opening July
we -till too fast 129 at Pebble Beach. California.
Behind the machine is an ex-lwas t t. ame Curtis of the
-t. e of 350 feet, marked of- Panama team with a 310 total.
to pint sectors. The farther The complete rundown of the
hit the ball, the more four days of action for the two
Points you get. teamRs follows:
B. eyond this particular range.
V. are's an elevated subway PANAMA AREA
Shed. enclosed In glass. More cnpl. W Driggins -
. than half the panes have been 73-74-71 -72-_290
1 d. We plead not guilty. 1st Lt. Ray Golden
. iThe balls used approximate 78-74-69-72-293
4; o ",l latl on baseball ip weight M/Sgrt Don Kenna
SMd size but are made of hard -72-76-7"-74-295
Srubbter. They react to a bat M/tt. Jack Thomas
_ .We any baseball but have 8 0-78-075-7 1-304
M .ore bounce. s lt Lt. James Curtis
tot of dozens of major league M/Sgt Glen Roberts
aer whove tried their luck 81-79-84-79-323
,i orange, Includlng Johnny ANTILLES TEAM
,Roy Campanella ani Capt. Vernon Shoemaker
,il Sauer, only Oil Hodges was 74-78-76-79-307
to loft one over the sub- CWO Victor Romero
:-_. id8. I 1-78-76-80---315
beal's answer to golf1 Maj. Herman Anderson
ranges Is spreading 83-78-77-81-319
hout the country. Capt. Thomas Downey
SConey Island layout, 85-R4-75-78-322
st of its kind. has 11 ma-iLt. Col. Russell Sell
i. and csaes. Theyv each 88-81-78-81-328
ro, a bFll pvery six seronds.i Mai. George Larson
-erri """'. ,nn pn hor' i 88-86-77-81-312'
S year there were four and Total 1923




"Hecuba" ......................... July 15
"Bennekom" .....................July 15
"Delft" ......................... July 31

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S." ...........................July 19
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4! rlkt-ilU4 3-1219 Balbes 2-3719 PFasmaa -8-30

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National League
Teams W L Pet
Brooklyn 49 31 .612
x-Milwaukee 47 32 .5S9
x-St. Louis 45 33 .577
Philadelphia 43 34--.560
New York 43 36 .544
Cincinnati 35 46 .431
Chicago 30 48 .385
Pittsburgh 27 59 .214
x-Night game not Included.
Chicago at Cincinnati (2)
Milwaukee at St. Louis
New York at Brooklyn
Pittsburgh at Philadelphia (2)
Chicago 100 030 001-5 68
Cincinnati 000 002 000-2 4 0
Klippstein (5-7) and McCul-
lough; Podbielan, Smith (5,
Nuxhall (8) and Seminick. HR
-Fondy (10th), Serena (7). L-
Podbielan (5-8).
Pittsburgh 000 040W00-4 8 1
Phila. 120 001 31x-8 12 0
Waugh, Lindell (5), Hetkl <6i,
Dickson (7) and Janowicz, Sand-
lock (5); Konstanty, Draws (6),
Ridatk (7) and Burgess. HR-
Jones (13th), Ennis (15th). W-
Ritddk (4-3). L-Dickson (7-11).
New York 300 021 000-6 10 0
Brooklyn 000 000 000-0 4 1
Worthington (2-0) and West-
rum; Meyer, Roe (7), Black (8)
ind Campanella. HR-Irvin
(14th), Thomson (13th). L-
Milwaakee at St. Louis (N).
American League

iTeas W L Pet.
*-New York 54 2 .075
Chiaso so 32 sz.el
Cleveland 48 33 .5t
Boston 4 28 .548
x-Washington 42 48 .512
Philadelphia 33 50 .3*o
St. Louis 30 54 J57
Detroit 26 56 .317
x-Night game not Included.
Cleveland at Chicago (2)
Philadelphia at Boston
St. touls at Detroit (2)
Washington at New York
Cleveland 030 000 001-4 5. 0
Chicago 000 020 30x-5 10 1
Wynp, Hosklns (7i and He-
gan; Dobson, Keegan (5>, Dor-
ish (8) and Lollar. W-Keegan
(3-2). L-Wynn (9-6).
Phlla. 010 000 011-3 8 3
Boston 200 010 001-4 5 2
I Bishop. Fanovich (9, Scheib
(9) and Murray; McDermott,
Kinder (81 and White. HR-
Gernert (16th). DeMaestri 3rd)
W-Kinder (7-4). L-Fanovich
St. Louis 140 000 200-7 9 0
Detroit 000 000 020-2 5 0
Cain (4-31 and Courtney;
Gromek, Miller (71 and Batts.
HR-Kokos.2 45th & 6thi, Kry-
hoski (10th), Young 32ndi, Lund
(5th). L--Gromek (3-3).
Washington at New York iN).

qu li

24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUtoTION: With runners on
first and acond bases, the bat-
ter attempts to bunt and pops
up, the ball tIling between the
plate and tbdd base. It cannot
be caught.' Dif the infield fly
rule apply?-$erry Bishop.
Answered This is not an infield
fly. An Infield fly is a fair ball-
not including a line drive or an
attempted bent-which can be
caught by an fielder with or-
dinary effort ~A~d provided the
ball sla hbe. two are out and
at a tiamew first and second
or all the bgM are occupied.
Q. Has Wee Reese batted
abote .3M0'Ir a season since
coming to te Dodgers?-Bud
A. Reese's best average was
.286 in 1951.
Q. Who was the first to execute
an unalaow .ipe play In the
big leagufld dle Burnett.
A. Neal.r f Cleveland In

Ralph Bronca Off
To Join Tigers
BROOKLYN, July 11. (UP) -
Ralph Branca, hailing his
waiver translfr from the Dod-
gers to thmlhlrj as "the break
I've been loali ftr," left for
Detroit i. the
wihes of
and manair .rw e
"I und a ned
pitching" soM& d.1
Is a club with fae f tWit n
It hq.s a gRood mnage IftJi*
die ulchlnsoin.

Worthingdton Hurls

2nd Shuiout In Row

Beating Bums 6-0

NEW YORK. ,uly 11 (UP) The Dodges were only one
Rookie.- right-hander Al Wor- game shy of the Yankees'
thingto in today m a. d record of 26 consecutive
history by becoming th. first games with homers.
pichtln modern' -
tory- to hurl two co ve Monte Irvin put the Glants
ahutottts in his first tWt out front to stay with a three-I
in the' major leagues he run homer In the first inning..
whitewashed the Broo bMJ The defeat out the Dodgerf'
gera f-0 as the New Y first place nmrgin over the sec-,
chailed up their eigf ~ond place Milwaukee Braves to
citive triumph. one-and-one-haUl games. The
t peuterniag hi f'the t. Louis Carditn r are third
.2'-y ar-old new eB, three games back.
eM e, Dodgers' t24 The Braves and CardinalA
it gaswwtle were scheduled to play a night
.' ." - ".. /game at St. Loul.
U t Del lnnis' three-run homer in
U .t u, ,. the seventh lining gave the
I- R_; .".,C ; a -Philadelphia PhUiles an 8-4 vic-
1 A*+" 3 x Im tory over the Pittaburg Pimtes.
The Chicago Cubs downed
Jthe Cincinnat Redlegs 5-2 be-
U UI i KWIU hind the foue-hit hurling of
.VAN)UVh, B. ~CJ-y "1- and Bill Usreans homered for
S(UP-The powerful a Ulted ut s winner s.
Sr a s e L a w1th v r Dke Je k iaear ue, the
e R1af d. sought' Not second place C cago White Sox
.. wo tfteveO.r Japanty inglaned a halt-oame on the Idle
the firstound oth me league. leading New York Yan-
Z...I 1 ;CUPOlltln kees by deteataing the third
T,_1tWr_ -r place Indians 5-4. altr over-
doubles team of veta Tom l t Bob- Cain Unimited 'the
b2 amt of v OM 'Tigers to ivs e hits whs
Bro of San ranci, oand'1 t Louis Browns a lugged out
young Tony Trabert of Cnci4- fo"W hometsfta win 7-2before
nati smashed KoelE Kamoad dda t Saturday crowd of 6,000
Atsushi Myal,. 6-2, 6-2 3-4, 6-3. 'at ifti. stadum. .
yesterday. The U.S. had tken ne of te ,Tigers` .rns was i
a 2-0 lead in the series. on. the r.sit of a h 4-" by Don i
Thursday on singles victories by LTuna ic Xkog sparked the
Trabert and 18-year-old Ham ,s'" .*taek two
Richardson. -i_ Dik Kaoki

At- enway Pal4 ad tbmw
--Golds. Tap 'na e Sm db Grnierl ht,
"uan Frau in W s Pox

2-Me.i.s-a.r Vlah river asl New a.I

9--'o4 Au Vin Wlsh Pzoz .0'he._ _akes_ enator
l--N~Me~ isr v.7a.Kierlg .ae eie 1y & ng/
11-Corne$ r a w* Print .8a, Mew Y :


We have all had dreams. Some -asse true; t~ wmt wa ,
they were'Just dreams. A few of the local fisherMaelwanted a.
base at the lalands. Others said we were dreaming. 0. K,M sots-
times It's goo4 to dream. Why, because thqre she sit tIn CO.N
Point as,retty as a speckled pup. W halve our ba S'W .t's Mr/
an fiherma. .....
Some AV: asked the reasons for be. To m ., fl.hins -
the good water within reach of all b e or I u am
buy ies, gasollae, oil, cold beer, ,op, 0 your al g.
the barge, welh os fa, covMs J with t*l
day out while te others 1 t down a l A
or two and fly back. We winl tuMagqte more rm s Wat ,M.
next week. Until then, drop in J adf teM Hou.se So" a@o
tnere to take care of your needs.
Franklin Smith of .Pittsbur Pu, d last week W.
trip to the Pfla Bar area Fm. il. r Jl.tourM iAM& _b,
ww have to retAr nxt year to enmati nam D .wW
reported slflsh a nd dplphiJa -.1 ywt ._ pla .e tf 1
sailish al altakenO.r or .- ne- _.
lirst ew days he s d fs so e
more time looking. man m .
Even then sallfa pd dolUhfl were V getting ha bole bMt
to pieces. TugBa 8iShSoi Ot Co b
Jack Oreenw& C pa-y o spent ta y 4
fishing from th.J"I& be rM lt of sailfish asd oCBS S
seven. We be ar th jUil r ed to take GrOma ls baIt,
mayoe he should wet &U "
No report from. the Hida Vith JlMWny ass and.7. Gtegory
aboard. 'thy are e t theflee.-1' a id, from gut kesa,
we are sure taey aue CtalOBI '.. '
The Florida a bcdl .4r and
exception of.&* Bot & uuurtnp Bo
back Irom Pin" Wvlth Mf l ..
The Air Sea smam* dwa a5as job wad it's goad to w
are sLanaing J 40 t *4w a emergency. ThUW
taken several mif -Mal this. at e.. The
ty of bait, tuna (IAsit. ba4eaa ds al0 l
perimental wortk =Work s a hifa
in on the scr. 7rart IM 2 a
lots of saufle T. -. .'
Walter s s*,daNw cocl _"
sn. Walt repostso aigf ^ .
Looks like a Sgoed,.. . M.o oh. ei

but from thaed
fishing. "

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Phrp:; $2S.M Pool closes: 12:4S
Ptt Rac e of the Double
i,. lorse Jodkey Wgt.
-tmmantlico B. PulL 120
rea 3. Chuna 107x
S--Camaron J. Bravo 110
4--Buddy B. V.: Brown 105x
uiVato 7. HIdal. 107x

1pr Daa 10
R. VUes s 0
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U& )&ua "G" Native 1% Pg
P eK: $115.0 Pool cloes: 1:S
1-lomar E. ODarlo 108
2-4"la; R. Oomez 118
-jMto J. Bravo 110
,i real A.' Earl. 118
S--ampoesino R. Ycaza 109Z
6--iaque R. L. Gil 110
4tk laees Native6 % Fp .
Pione: S75.M Peol clee: 2:2
1-t Ua Ma C. Oo 0 2Mx
w(--DPoB Jl .. erte." 103x
S--i.mtiar J. JAmS. 1X
-Con 0Va0lor1 II F.Hldal. 97x
6--Lonely oly H. Ruti 103
6--Cnaveral V. catl. 110

7-ik J. ad. 110

-W-nsabs PueMs. 106

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(Panama Area) CompaAnyAel i

Jmartted Wf-..-
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Cobbe. Headut....
demp Infantry, to 4 m, t Jr .-n

'Ight to enter the ta
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battle Fo.rtand$( f ,r I
,emtae time to e'ar
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Will aver tFla Sherm -,s
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track's two top Classtou a almost er aa
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sult of h s briUtiS n ft
won hCoyireeasl ar a

Ruben Vracdin

King Flore up, complete sthilsb ut1 0, mB
evenly matched quartet. i t fna m w I
Ten other b ird-to-n k race n n 13 Ve _an
are lncladeetaitE il ta W,
One of them, the ninth far Cauae SL ..dedma,_rfi i ._ .
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ohajpetS ee't'k tgis his belt Ig four-
moor s a,.. onto years.

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College Station, Tex.--INA)
- Texas A. nd M. football A
teams have won 305 games out WW MOWM W
of 605 since 1894. They copped
1,--o 140 bowl iames. P C
UU!4S7aaa ad I..In Li~ar:snA

Calif., for, an Open with hardy I u h ., fl
1 t '-d't in ny.the fl Ceua
U ing, we'll sell ote car and splitting up into Ar
nen let back to Fort Worth," Ben south sections for
SBe,_ H e cted $380 for Al Klrcher doesn't
l1o'*t s It I' 'which kept l, chance of thlu
S1blat It was a long "Our seheduleMa
r d ct read. years in lance
S. er lteuea, too au
Si. r e ahletance wspae mitments year
: "* after t yealr 8S. Open, Ho. Washingn State
good reason. The plucky Iri.a E m s;ened &Ch Importance of Plained. I doubts t a
.jeaber iayin being ready for uch an event, Califorala schools
3M." .. .Al-gave much credit to his mis suitable Interen
Pe10 In 1932-wirth only Mss. nents tp fill their .
A oranges as breatat. "We are, a team," sz 4 Ben
dinner nd supper. Moga r "Valre ha played a Eut Lana Mi
eery important part in pre-- Quarterback TOe
In 1"M, Hogan married and paring me for this and other Michigan fStt has
took hit young wife, Valerte, ha mplonshlps. Thanks, Valerie." brothers-who played .
on the tournament -trail. The What a team I collea.
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will do for yom.
Genuine product of noun Scottish dietlerie,
fimne Scotch h no superior.

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which marks the end of -Raman, th.
crowd which ovrflow6d a mosque i

Spart.-of the
in the world.

WnO DOLLS, 6-yetM'e4d Waada Morelli and a child-size doll,
Visit iFlorence Samples air, mecca- f~otevirn huntpg
ti ItW. Child-size doll is the latest thing I Italian toys.

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Gatllng. -Here you me -tw aetoeham. Ib thU
La rN a man I boMing a bottle of wie and ta the
8ecand. amemoe if drinktag bl tgle aw me battle."
"There'a no l oa :tthe lettW la the aond
plet*t," I aaeagted;
"That Is th ,.yW to toe proMea whatk I "hall
now "tate. TIlUan In the Afiteab al hada holo /
=3k of wine uchhe did ot want the North
fY lamle d ,in Wha a they i oeupslad hi-
villge. be d-eded to eaalo them it the bot-
tow of Ia lnb. Bowmver. the hItbrudeB th .
wime thUgB tV toh- bOttiW. woI td,.ita r did
they art to t#.aurPfhe What do&" tm toe
lobat the witt .ptIe" "--
The saDel,mD. ailade It ear thatthe enemy
was Mble to ,e trdmfn tbhee w wne In the lake
before tt bottw. werw fun4. 'f ay D Woodnem
How could they do tb If e it told them ?T i8 tria"ly Cue-Doodle.
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ING HELICOnPT get ready to receive another allied soldler wounded in actl alonen
a's east central front The 'copter will fly him to a rear zone hospital for treatment.

Mi DRINKS are aftuaBy "on the house" during wa sW
. The wine baimls are broken out and thirsty celebnmts

-i&hW In West
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CANAL EMPLOYES HAD a foretaste this wai f.14 IOBB
what it may be klie ift the pending differential cub They're
passed by the House and thrown sut by tfe nIse Iraule of t
should be enacted into law after communtteea from the ce0 ofRtu
two Houses of Congress confer. The.eoptroller Qu.- yond the 1
eral ruled that pay checks for the Fiscal Year 11M4
would carry only a 10 per cent ovYe dlffqrenutal The cha
pending final dispeaition of the tl=uon... ionlee stat
'ployes of military agehcles whose total differeitlal appearane
has been held back at this time of-year for seme years ing you a
past, pending legislation, were as usual, getting no own men
differential at all until it is rm autflorlted. ca r =eer
Labor representatives learned from, Washington tu"
that House conferees would not be appointed to dis- derstood t
cuss the bill before Jaly 22. I thua ia
o for a le
The Central Labor Union and Metal Trades Coun- of accept
el1 instructed its legislative representative in Wash-
lngton, Howard Munro, to testify before the Senate Lavrenti
Civil Service Committee in favor of pending legisla- 1PISM -J
tion to raise the maximum disability relief payments a ood i n 0
retired local rate Canal employee from a maximum of ed and bO
$25 to $45 monthly. The Committee asked to review the whatever
bill after it had been placed on the consent calendar soOtl wi
of the Senate. Uncle .To
o -- But he
The Senate passed a bill that would give a pay cording to
raise the teachers in the District of Celembia and of days In
have the effect of deont lhe same f' r'tAchr:-16 .--
US rate schools on the Zone. A samihm r tealNre _Fo
Iu under consideration by the Senate. Loej rate con Xi
Z"ne teacelers, meanwhile, received a $ S nrt kly "'
raise. ow
o ?P.. awh
The midshipmen are coming 1.000 of them July an 4OG'u
22 and 1.100 of them Aug. 1. The first aptch are from-
Annapolls. the second from Naval Rpserve officers Wbafe
training stations at 26 American Universities. Besides wW- 7w"ar
the middles. some 3.200 Naval personnel wilt visit the the ,31531
Isthmus with the first cruise, some 4,300 with the feaseLas
second, that cheek
that abouw
Three burglars, a petty thief and a man who Just
ran't stay away from the Canal Zone were given pene- Well~ t'
tentlary terms In US District. Court this week. A 01 and saM a
who took a wild ride along Bruja Road and through comes re
Ft. Kobbe before his car -swerved into a road bank *.o flab
was fined $85 for spending.
An unusual rush of vehels to transit the Catal sent Mr. Syn
both shifts at Gat6n Locks onto 10-hour sehedbles for e t-o
several. days. but the backlog was cleared and opera- rather mo
tons returned to normal on Friday. Dispatchert had stands the
to hold over 12 ships on Tuesday night. .
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A so called "joker provision in a law to eorb
leave privileges of high salaried federal employes
alme eut the amfnt of leave that may be som-
muted into eash.upea termination to the amount
an employes can aoeumalate. It also restrlett em-
plovment with another federal ageaer durio the
pewied when the terminated employe would ner-
mally be on leave If he did et take the lump sum
a p---
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aailingthird on a handicap status io the Honolulu. ef's ifng of
race which started in Los Angeles Hagbor on. July 4. 711t
Deaths in the Canal Zone this week included those
of Josenh Clark. Mrs. Berta A. Morrell, Ellabe;q Car- At 7, e t
ter and Percy Price. ktat oewh
0 be lvow t-L
Premium gasoline wpnt on sale at the PanaMnR Ca _V t on 5asi
nal gas stations. while Canal Zone Polie werCwork- tian spend isUs 4haL .dS C t
Inm out traffic ehanpe to coincide with the fnw reg. .... I@ "U
ulations on NatlionQ Avepme in PanamA City. V00.
IT,--- thing wkich-det GtW
merkn r me ae to tn and take a&d ptimm se of modmlet
Say and M Saff;t .ueAi hIenAe tuo
an4 the C med o a lfa&m prfb- Yet when b im f. -'t .e_
ab ad ae Tetwhen te or
States' weredfl s i tt en r dWl'to be r lt
or five cents for bour. .a. hPo*. atedsk tate B
, ever. a et froo tt-
The meters werV aBy a company that tbe:-um0ta, in ytsu
der mentract with Pa6aina rCouncl. will be seiNe then
Profits will be divided between the o l~ay., the city that for w ,Uhi-the ,Uni wt
government and the pole force. which rithdes a pared to se- ..
special detail to supervise the use of Phe meter.
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SThe IM13 Maid of Coton. Mis A T was sekaa etp s itatiml
Sto takej inTafa show tob. Ie agJS8 Jg
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A double murder and dslAide shocked rS t ets 'of

Mrs. the motherof t
to death nl at Offe t a

PlewsPapers suesla toitu week .en use V

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SLesAo failure or Aicce; -
The choice that haunts our days
Depends on "No" or "Yes."


When you are smiling, spring
Perfulnes the air; my feet
Must dance, my- lips must sing,
SMy cup is full and sweerd

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Wk rwinter rains for tears,
. B Ilthe gall of .dying.
S",.Hitter all my years.


Many acorns nobly done
Yet the task is just begun;
Schemes for growth in vain are spun
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