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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
WE AND PUSLIUHEi SY 'H4E PANa-MA lIU AI pI.- IN& ..
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speised in lettes fofm reseen.s.
Hiive you had a meal in any of the Canal Zone clubhouses
recently? It is a most unsatisfactory experience. The flies have
taen over the dining rooms. They buzz onto and into the food
y3 "rassel" to the wobbly and shaky tables and whatever ap-
,Wte one may have had goes with the flies.
i Too bad some members of the upper echelon do not have to
* 21ht the flies and shaky tables three times 9 day. Maybe some
wGton to. alleviate the condition would be undertaken.
Looks like the head of the clubhouses has lost an opportunity
te make some more money. They could add fly swatters to the
nickel catchers (cigarettes, candy, chewing gum and the Panama
C nal Review), which the cashiers are required to handle. I'm
mire many of those who use the clubhouse diningrooms would
alldly buy a swatter every few days. Of course they would not
make war on all of the flies who prefer the kitchen.
I ORIZONTAL 58 Insect bite
lThe Lusitaniam9 Adds to
wa ----d on VERTICAL
this date in Large plant
1 of 2 Boat paddles
It wu oneof 3 Get up
the incidents 4 Postscrpt
to involve thet (ab pt
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S. S. iLmprey-
'War .I catchers
Breeder s 6 Sleeping
Close (poet.) vision
Bitter vetch 7 Hop' kiln
Permit 7 ops' kilns
Iermn I Gatekeeper
rnench 9 Individual
i annuity 10
faclitated 12 Sketched
j m opa point, ITr
moisture 20 Epunge
U mUt elimb 22 Antenna
Upper tmb 24 Redacted
SScottlsh 25 Se.a sds
sheepfold 2. S ,gd
in its sinking -
latter, as hay
1 Ru-ian rrulers
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priest 43 Bulk
27 Climbing 44 Leave out
plant 45 Raw silk
28 Baton weight
29 Famous 47 Scope
English school 48 Chief god of
'30 Plexus the Eddas
31 Merganser 49 Noxious plant
33 Wharves 30 Promontory
39 Classification 52 Number
40 Paused -R%. S Pronoun
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-.mPrican vin.s cuWttmera for you!
By Victor Riesel
. PARIS.-For some reason the
American people have been kept
from the grimmest of all intel-
llgence reports the fact thai
the three Russian atomic 'ex
plosions" were actually the de-
tonation of the latest type A-
Bombs and that they are now
working on cosmic ray weapons
in a race to match our own
hydrogen-helium bomb produc-
tion which won't be rolling un-
No one with even the slightest
knowledge of Soviet psychology
would for a moment believe that
the Praeskdium which rules Rus-
sia would waste three atomic
borrs and they .were new-
style A-bomos unless the Red
stockpile was high and available
for immediate delivery over our
The word here Is that all this
is known to the Weapons Re-
search Branch. Division of Mil-
itary Application of our Atomic
Energy Commission. The. branch
has been headed by -; retired
Navy captain, J. T. HAyward..
The Soviet bombs were
dilised under the direction of
an Italian scientist, Bruno
Popttecorvo. who slipped into
Russia through an under-
ground route after working in
the center of the British atom-
ic experimentation labs with
Klaus Fuchs. That means
Ponlecorro left London some
years back with the reports
given Fuchs and others by. the
Rosenberg spy rings. This, ac-
cording to informed sources,
saved the Soviets some three
trial-and-error ywrs, enabling
them to catch up to us.
The bomb installations them-
selves were built by Ivrenti
Beria's slave labor sections of
his MVD back in the days' be-
fore he was tagged for purging.
All of which should wipe out
the contempt some of us have
had for Soviet technological
ability and make us reaize
that we've only a two to three-
year lead on the super H-bomb.
This lead may well be wiped
out by the remnants of' the
atomic spy rings which survived
the Sing Sing executions.
There is no reason to believe
that the Rosenberg-Puchs
rings are not as efficient to-
day as they were in the early
jorties when they stole the
A-bomb secrets. It must be
remembered that onlV four in
those spy networks hare been
executed or jailed.
Even as sanguine and inform-
ed a scientist as the Atomic
Energy Commission's Henry D.
Smyth sla not so long ago that
thqr t 4 ertht our en-
emies wI re'mo powerful
weapons that may destroy us."
Such guarded remarks, am-
biguou though they are, explain
the fear of the Russians which
you find in all circles here. In-
cluding the most active and
sophisticated anti Communist
This means that the Soviet
slave labor system, and the
Moscow government's ability to
seize mateilej and manpower
anywhere at any time, has el-
abled it to match us not only
In the atomic energy field but
In the air. In artillery weapons.
In submarines and In guided
To feel the dreaded Impact
with which this hits the Intel-
lectual and political Parisian
circles, it must be realized that
the Russians were able to match
our own bomb building efforts,
which took the following facil-
Mile-long four-story -gaseous
diffusion plants. Special equip-
ment made of quartz wire so
small as to be almost invisible
to the eye. Doll sized instru-
ment-utensils f or micro-chem-
istry. Huge cranes, equipped
with periscopes in lead cub cles,
wherein sit technicians watch-
ng seething chemleal- reactions
in metal canyons 50-feet below.
Special private railroads inside
the Installations themselves.
Cameras which speed at 15,000
frames per second. And three
The Soviet slave labor opera-
tion until now run by Beria
has been able to match the
production of at least 5,000
American firms which hold
prime AZC contracts and
these include sudh corpora.
tions as OWwal BSkctic,
Westingh awAe. d emt E ioan
Carbide and Cqrbo% Tennes.
see EastMans, oim to Chem-
ical. Proctor 4ed Gamble,
Phillips PelrotM and Good-
pear Tire 1 G d
In all. they al 18,000 prime
contracts II luM 3t 75,000
Directin tist Rb been the
headed bhy OTe
now is L
whether e r t for
best we h
done us 1h haw
we don't,. HAt of
one who h M It
- After.Yo .."
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II IqrV l"I 1 Lt I I L I
By Peter Edsoi
WASHBII4TON (NZEA-lM Iard or some- Kagi
body once said that c jeweL He many,
might have added tat. t's rt than most Jew- tee t
els whei you find it among oliticlans. were
Anyway, the furor result in the. resignation though
of Dr. J.. i. Matthews as ch f of staff for Sena- was ni
tor Joe McCarthy's investlsptng committee. and. war-.tz
the later resignation of th thr Democratic any In
members, has given Wash.igtopL sie priim ploys.
examples of political inconslatenc. govern
The bone of contention. In thi casq was, 9f the gqo
course, Dr. Matthews' article-"Co:imunlIm .4. The
Our Churches." It was, written beafoki Mtthe age 21
was appointed tO the nat committee staff Vuahrh
heus was the statement tAt "A..
Prpteslnt clergymen I M United. p a
servln the Kremlin conspiracy." rth
In defending th Matthew app]otfl t t. vtewI..
C06ti W "1 th aPrime ut
T tfld be news-to the lt
overss libraries for the eIta .irIr t t
Carthy D be*& doing's 8, -a
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InI furt defendlg 6atthews4at eam"t1y A .
phaslzed that the article O the churgiUm waf -att
written beforep he athtfr had any t'1t4fn.
becommn a member of thee eommltwSo i
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S HOLLYWOOD ,NEA, Close- Hills are now hawking "TV 8t
up and Longshots. News item: Home Maps"
"Robert Mitchum finally agrees
tbWcb-star with Marilyn Monroe DOUBLE TALK
itaoRiver of No Return' with one
atwtulation-his lfe. Dorotny T1o QUotes from moviemake
will accompany them on a loca- who helped her to stardom. ,
tion trip to Canada whether Deanna Durblin will r
Smart girl Dorothy. turn to the movies'
S Most any wife would sense a. Producer Joe Pasternak
luisband of No Return" plot. British reporters: "I think she
--- make P comeback
,The Movie Producer' Aisocia- Director Henry Koster to m
tin reports there are 99.617 "Deanna's sincere about n
movie theaters In the world, wanting to make pictures. I
with 54,107,150 seats, course, you can tempt anyboi
with money and a juicy scril
"Iall the popcorn consumed even my mother-in-law."
ekly in the 99,617 theaters was
punched in unison, with the en- Mona Freeman isn't talking
Sharnessed, there would be bout Bing Crosby for publication
need for atomic energy. And -but she does hate this to say a
you could salvage all the gum bout "Call Me Lucky," the auti
der the 54.107,150 seats, you biography of the than she's bee
uld be a milfionalre. linked with I nnewaprint:
"Bing worked for .moitths
it There's a sour note in the mar- the- book. Peter Man wou
1al relations of Guy Mitchell bring over the Pae a id i
rd Jackie Laghtry, who was would pore over them, edithi
iss U.S.A. in last year's Miss and adding. and cutting. H
universe conteAt.... Cameron wanted every page of It to be tt
Iltchell who made a hole-in- real Bing." '
ne with a putter sn a 160-yard-
le, just setn the club to Presli- Judy Holliday's ended up wit
ent Elsenhower "for luck." ... the right man ever since sh
n aee ce0th Century-Fox studio hip-switched it in "Morn Yeste.
P tsoered oil on its back lot and day." but she'll w~f up as
| f l crrentlv drilling, 3-D. says'spinster in lier stage pla
;arrjCimring. has a new mean- "My Aunt Daisy. Judy dashi
g- illlng Down Deep. rist when she comletes "A Nam
for Herself" to salt rehearsa
4URLESQVTE OF BURLESQUE for an August opin g in West
Her studio bosses may cringe.!
iut Mltzi Gaynor's making no, Three-month-old twins Catl
Secret of her suppressed desire-' rine and Chrltine Larso:
she'd like to be a burlesque strip- working with Jim Stewart I
per' I"The Glenn Miller tytory," prefi
"Not the serious tvpe," she him to the studio nurse. Jimm
giggled at Romanoff's. while father of two-yar-old twi
leling a grape. "but a gal who daughters. explains his infant
lels for laughs." magic with:
"It's just a trick I learned from
Mitzi's satire of a burlesqueen Clyde Beatty. th. lien tame
In a tassel dance for the stage You have. t convince them bol
show "Jollyana." she admits. that yeI're watching them, eve
Rave her the idea. "I only took wheaf yea back is turned."
off a shirt and ayeil but I made
It look like evervthinr There r
were, ree minutes of applause Esperanz 'oC CH n
Ut dMst ever show. It-was the j | ,e .
biggest thrill of mv life" 1 1 BPOEW, lets
But there will be no stripping. A.
even for laugh. for zippv Mitzi' New Chie Anter
When she hits the night-club cir- .
Mpit soon in a.atng-and-dance During their regular monthW
Set Bhe'- heat"d'for Las 'Veas meeting held at the Rainbow C
and points east now that rox has ty lodge hall on Sunday last, th
postponed **There's No Business1 membership of Past Exalted Ru
S Lil- Phow Busine.Wt" until Jan. 1.;ers' Council Esperanza Nb. 5
bh- otno him~va. IBPOEW elected George Varsil
E..'* *-: t chief antler for the July
Th l a e mber term.
ibg- eas and '-.ther officers, elected to serve
a he'sa' d. ie I tid d1fh chief antler VarAlt' are Gl
have Rd mny" h 1xaml ud ii bert Gibbs, vice chief antler: Ec
re-signing with Fox for another Ear Carmichael, left antler: Jos
year. Ayarza. right antler; Frederic
"But I wanted to be in 'the ple. Edwards. forester; Archlbal
|ture pnd I waq flattered that the Bailey PCA. chief scribe ir(
studio was firing everyone except elected) ; Wilmoth Wi.ULs. buraL
Pme." I reelected i; Ernest Franklin, ir
er guard and Herman Anglit
It waisnt in Zsa Zsa Gabor's PCA. tyler. Thomas N. Smit]
contra-t and there's no exnlana- Ichaplain.
5': ,Iton of how it happened. but, The meeting was presided ovi
UMamR Gabor's smart daughter by grand district deputy Mil
pnded un with all the Dior and Lazarus assisted by "two' bf'1
Fa'h eonuns she wnre in her ro- 'staff officers Claude Mottley PC
tarrino film with Fernandel.1and Rupert Porter PCA.
k'Publih Enemv No. I" Pre- Installation was carried through
Ivlev_-ote" Mark down "War immediately following the elect
PoAinti as a bit-league westPrnItion and after a few speech
that see, the emergence of Bob chief antler Varsler comptimen'1
Ptack nq a tonn male 9tar. ,. ed outgoing chief antler David I
*ln-of-the-tirres note: Guides Henrv and his staff and promlia
ao movie stars' homes in Beverlv ,d to do his best.
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although not quite as fast. He even has a covered wagon, which
he uses just for sh6w.
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th WUAVAQUIL, Oan .ay.. ,1 .(oRom d trip 144.40
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the Time," He Says,
T Tenpt Lagging Hot Weather
Apetit with .e of
Ilese O-So Delicious
tp FROZEN FOODh
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77 QUALITY CONTROLS MAKE
FROZEN .FOODS BETTER
BUY. fsm n
AND PROVE IT AT YOUR TABLE
SHOP FOR:THEM EVERY TIME
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LOOK FOR USE ITEMS
AT YOtR NMIBBORHOOD STORE:
ORANGE (6.-o.) :,
ORANGE (12-oz.) -
CHICKEN SRk St.
WiNOL fRSg, FRYERS
HASDOCqt J(Sktfl h)
CUT GREEN MEANS
BABY LIMA WAtli.- .
FORD4oQK LIMA aI
CHOPPED BROCCOLI -
CORN or E 1i'E66b
PEAS A CARROTS
BLACK EYED PEAS
Hmshe uwn POTATOES
French Frhld POTATOES
- aus Finally,"
"Oi: t1fergqt t is also the
. t uti eA your how
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So 17- r T ber shop quartet" ning
the awp C oee be presented at the U.
No r m- eo- Mir
o the late osplal patient. Miitr
P ho a n C Prryo sonnel and their dependents
ls m Nn o s lItlIanh here had asserted may also attend.
ha ben led believe: that they did not believe the --
body could be removed from Arranged through the II.t
SThe ommnodore is bured its resting place here without nation and Education center a,
l ta In Newport R.L such a permit, required then as the hospital, the musical msongi
a O 4 controveram flared between now by the health department fest is scheduled to' t n
Opftp of Ol tWt alitessi.etereay when The long-malsing order read: fest is scheduled to' e ng
b nJu- cemonit we held In both, "Body' in transit Perry, Mat- wy at 7 p. m. .
the West- commemoratigg the 100th,-an- thew C., and hls daughter, An-
r home of niversary of Aalerican na- na. Place of interment New- Three groups will be featu ,
val hero opsePing up of ,Jpan port, R.I. Name of person hav- the Junglealres, who recemb,
to Western trade. Ing charge of transit, C. L. won a singing contest at a lo-
be ma4e by Historians I Newpo r. ac- Carpenter. D at e. of transit cal Canal Zone theater;
shelling, 2- caused this big' ty or down- through city, March 21, L866." cal Canal Zone theater; Ih
. -2434; or right skulduggery -4t their That's just what Newport had Four Airmen; and the IL
312. colleagues here stood Vat. Un- been sayia. Cruces Tailers.
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a a.. A~aXir f~ ''
You Sell'em... Whes ou Tell'em thru P:
Lea%"e our Ad witb e of our,'to or our o .is'in.. 'JN. NP'p a,"
9,179 Central At. -- W6n
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Lewis Service "1OVIB"ADES ATHIS" Cultoes
.. ....ua No. 34 Panaft. F. .
No 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-04/mv3g casila Tvba TheabUtV 1005M
Morrison's Agenda IiteruaciomI 4e P .. icac ..
Fourth of July Are.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Loitery Plaza honi 34l .
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Household Automobiles e ys h d* e MA peeble
SALE.-Frigido.re 9 It 60 ccle FOR SALE: H.ulman convert be 20 AeM. C y.
orcteloi., perfect cond'tcn. $125 '5. Fnancing possible & Codillac
hone 4-144 Cocoli. 2724 N.:o- Coupe 49. both dutf free. Soil. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
, .ng 3-1773. Central Avenue "K" Stit cpr-
'* t- A;.k About Our FOR SALE-1949 Buick Reed Master nor.
"HREE STRIKES 2-deer with lets of pwver. Torpedo
CHRISTMAS CLUB b-ed. adie, W-W time and pel-
Bazar Americana" lights. Smoet y HlMnicaut S. A.
Panama & Colon 16th. St. Central Ave.' Tel. 800,
SALE.-Porch set. Glider, glider .-"
r and iwo enameled porch FOR SALE: Automobiles 1938 I SPECIAL
les. $30.00, w.cker set. 2 chairs Chevrolet 1a ton Pick up Good PANA
i; .SdL a table S5 00. Steel desk. res and running condition. 0765-1 round
S arv dinng table. senring 8, Williamson Place. Balboa. $165,
r 13 Itwo. lamps mahogany b.e FOR SALE:-1949- uick convertib trip. .
4 yUse356 .Apt 6, Ancon -'6 1 a np. ,ew point. -w ties, arna
S4:30 ____ llent hanicel condition. uT- Nacior
)R SALE -5.x- tiand bamboo set. enteed. smoet y Hunnieutt S. A. Parnar
04 pieces. Si7000, Call 3-0498. .6th. St, rel Ave. Tel. 800 ,T.
SSAE cycle 9 cu.ft. West- Colon. -r.- 1,
rnghouse refrie r, 25 cycle FO SA L 0- 9 Huds. 4-dear ', to:
RCA mangle. 25 > Luxe Maytag Sedn, a- Beautiful interior $l2 (
4 "washer 14 H P 34tag motor 25 and .ro* Out e seen to o $114.
cycle. Plywood bookcase. 2 Knik *pec"i o. y Hunnicutt A. PANA
: *Knioct stands. Venetian blinds for 16th. St. l Ave. Tel. 800 teleph
4 ,4 family house, type 217. 1582- Colon.
f 8, Calobash St FOR SALE.-1948 Buick convertible |
: R t s. Wa'E: Wordrobe. mahogany Dynoflow. excellent condition, r.dw
bed."tood spring. new mattress, trees. $895 00. Call Panama .-
* S175.0C. Telephone 2-3058, 3- 0427.
m1405.r FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2-dobr
BST SELL imnmediatelv electric 8- sedan, radie, Power Glide, excel-
* Efcot Frig.doire. 30-gallon Norge lent condition, fully equipped.
g hot water heater 4.burner Smoet y Hunnicutt S. A. 16I t.
S oppon gas sioe iwinhcut base. Central Ave. Phone 100 Colon. ,
* All in good condition $350. Tel- FOR SALE: M 'pick, '48 Dnofdw POR SAL
e hone Ms. Cadet. US Embasy 3- sedan, goc ondlton, $700. Cll tubes.Phone
,0010 extension 45 or Panama 2- Donikel, Navy 2201. dor Roo
f SS --'-02 Wst- FORR SALE.-1949 Ford Coupe wilh FOR SAL
PSALE-9 cit. It. porcela West- rdi, fo, only $00.00. Excollabt suitable
Siyhouse refrigerator. $1 00. meonicl m. big S
S 1"3.J. Govilan Rood Huuee .A4. 6 It e ,, l Phone
it SALE' Westinghouse iBoxl Ave. Tel. 800 Celom. AQ' 5
$100.00. 0437. Ancon. Apt. L. FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth. good Shrimp
0 tI'SALE: 6 oak straight chairs condition, excellent price. ReIftrq RIO T
foaft4rubber seat, Q. M sideboard ator. $35.00. Coll phone A44, DailyO
innerspring. mahogany double bed Balboa. 3-5411
3 pc. livingroom suite. plastic up- FOR SALE:-1947 Btvick 4-doer 5 PANA
haistery. Quick sale. leaving zone. e tr; rdi *e ri oPANA
i.Heuse 2108-A. Curundu. Phone ve e; g di end slot cover FFRSV
v eryd0 go condition. Smoot y HU. 'OSealed bi
3-158i___ __ __ n A. 16th St. Ctrol Ave. will be r
a L-Refrigerator 9'; Wa.h- Tel. 0,.0 Cloio e J uly 23,
in aMchine; ironer; Vacu-m i' ll dent
SClrner, all 25 cycles.; Venetian N E I lend Dr
WnLI NTEU1'-land Dri
Blnds for duplex.; Mahogany. nd Roto
w "Toabl Top;. Workbench and v.se; Automobiles Electric I-
g treftemon Band btw ;. Grindig TED Planinge
4 Motor; Bicycle; Misc. household WNTED- 951 or 1952 Plan cing. o
S--item nd toqls. 215-A. Ancon, -'. utornt-fi fiansmission, prefer alboa. I
1 x f t :-'Leuv s for dupleex type 4rom of 3
S house: Call 6-9. House 101- FOR SALE ehous
SGa-nboo.__________ FOR SAL
lR SALE.--9 ft. 25 cycle Coldspot Boats & Motors d-oor M,
I rergerator Excellent condition. tion $1
-75 00. 1483-4, Dorhman St. Bal- FOR SAL water
b a. boas 65 HSP9 WuoteKa i br. conditsQ
[OP SALE: Alt porcelain General I
i tic refr-gerotor $100.00; .Easy
washing machine $50.00; 3
record player attachment
tI speech record player at-
t $10.00: Imitation bom-
ingroom set $120 00. House
itapprtment A San Pablo St.
2-Grass iPu 9x12. 2 table
I& almost rfew, drop leaf table
master dinngroom table
Perfect condition. Sleeps Coll'
Stanley. Balboa Yacht Club, 26931
North Am rican couple' ld' like
pr tnhvf re pl it a41
problafir', recently 'uiltaindl
recondiffened 34 foot cruiser. 104
H. P. Continental mnar, e gas en-
gine. b/tery charger. head' galley
ice boyp dingy, fishing char. 2it.
0g6e92., .. tpur. Pana+ -
for I ('
Telephone z-347 ranoma.
Ask About Our
Panoma & Colon
EXCURSIONS via LACSA,
,MA-MEXICO one way 58
trip $135 (15 day limit
good one year; to L-O6 $
LES one Way, $159.25 diy1
268.64 190 doy hidH.'.Pn.
Dispatch Service. 3f -Av.Wn
hal IAutomobile Row). Tel:
MI & V'E YORK via AREA
p 4-engine plan, One-w
,iaem: $70.00, lpd.Tr
00. One-way to New 'Yota
00 Round-trip $214.00.
MA DISPATCH SERVICE'
Ask Alou ip
' or Akl
P~pm n qfn__
,LE: -o ittires and
8:2 x 15. INvt been used.
2.3708. Hquse 054.Amoe-
.E:-Small stamp coll ctio
e for beginnnlr, o Tnal diqg
icots International Mbur,
iTS: Fresh Frozen Br
. direct from U.S A. ACL
'ROPICAL, 55 Via Espo
9-7 Sundays 8-1 pja 1
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VARIOUS ITEMS FOR 4
ids, for opening in pu
received until I& A
1953. in the office,
of Storehouses, BaoW
iHs Centrifugal, Diophrog
ry Pumes; Riletting For(
loist-; and Grinding, Sawi
and Planer and Jointer N
tated lrr the "300" Ar
Invitation -& A3 ) mao
from the above. source,
fice of Superintendent
E OR TRADE: 1939-ft
Mercury Sedon; good can
150.00. 7 12 HP Scott A
Qutbowrd motor, excelli
.n,,$) 00.00. Will iridie
I IS HP Johnson or Evi
k5ard motor. Call F
88-245 or 88-252.
E.--Solsbury motor scoot
ew c iod n. Engine mo
r greater power. W.II cru
MPH. Call Albrook -8
PHILLIPS Oceanside I
SJ. only- sou in Santa
oceonview. from all a
t'o ,beach. .Rockgap
barbecue and shuffle
mW.-. 3*177. .Margq
Bar No. 435. Salboa
Foster's Cottages. One rile
SSanto Clara. Phone alboo 2-
Wiluism'- Senta Clara Beacr
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Richi
rang e alboa 2-a050sM wew pt
IrWms p Ia-rCllrc
Phont Th ..
.. pn ent cencaker t alt,
RFo urJt Th
American family. etif
1269 for information.
AQK. ENT.-2 bedro6 =
RENAtT b 4droom
apartment n Bella Vilsta.'
Mry Sol. Ave. si O a
-A. Caol 2-2341."
scrin eed, 2 bedroom
-incig.Hotel- 'Ei Pn
ed Gprtmnen ,
r. l ,Fe
In- FOR -EAT-One bedroom unfurnh-
Ort ed modern apartment. 168 Vijle-
Call Pomng 3-49 .4
masterr ch. Balboa 2 Ph j t. boqr..Jut uit.u Po.. ..
P oea t a60Ouft Poqitioni Offered ir
M-k P lOlea -Iie Eu
*i-Furntlre. Can be seer Nowh a. *
N. 4, He ntperiente id accounts Yeceivab
Apply Soa 2007 Ancon, C. 1.
S WANTED: e cook. C state pwerpnce and give reff-
rt Field, PC Urugucy 0 enc.s.
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S-WANTED- En , F RENT
ricol Div Ave de 5 A .1. Henry T. Pescod, .
oye, Dies IPC- o Ex-Cable Office i bo,
TF. Fields. an employee (Cotine d aW 1Diespert1cuem
^ aS *cuu.d Up.,i, MoIMSg, Dies
dam Caal uec tc ao.. News oLto death of Henry T.
,died yperday at Oor- was an ;bvolute necessity wlth, "J Peso forer death of Henry T..f
al wh ie had be out It ffl drbth If conatruc..Cristobal office of AlI-Anerica
Val wb 1e had been out It, tsd f constr Peacod, former manager of the p
for awt five weeks, iop of the l would have C tableso in os ce -otAmla ca,
w1- !8 years 1id. been possible aoLet1~on Jut Ja Cws reported R
Ths fact has n o yesterday by relatIves He
r.i servicesiur Mt. Fieds, by every community' th ha yyea r old.
a of Georgetown,n vey aCc u d ,n ey -a a a M l M.
huve been scheduled fur layar B In flalold, Mr. Peseod
.atIpm. i.In the o de s haanitryecme tupanan came td.the lthmus In 1918 and
a wi lfolliow in the fre ee e up and en- remaIned re until 1945 when
ulCemetery.ial Iwea nfor-th.,tte.etion of the heretired.
A resden of Paralo. he is h ealth of the publmade in the He Is stuylved by 11 children:
.As progress isade In the Thomas, orge, Jack. JamesWANTP
.Yed by his vA If Mrs E. L. plumbing industry these codes, Oladys, Mrs. 4ucy Whaley and ATe d
=8a: dEughtersi. Margarlta, ,are revised frn-mtme to time, by l, M ras. Joy cm y WKu hal. residents
leand MrI Gwendolyn A. 'competent eea ittees of experts' orth Jye Kutull, rethlentd, Mrs
.olar, and 14 grandchildren. on sanitation, -" of heI unu, md.Freddy, Mrs.
Lily Barefoot and Mrs. Alice WAlTES;
Reslns have al sobeen made i Alcock, who are residents of graphic
tPlumbing 'nearby Latin American coun- or betui
Code, but for the past few years res t American coun- r be
Ni troLIubl | sof? theft have been for the t.e-. finer,
No tro uwIb leke of eqpnomy rfther'than a F c
Soncern mfl malntaiing higher gage In or Work at-the business Tel. 2-1
to S ep atadeard, or trade of*plumbang, either as WANTE
re the waves roll ov Dresent officials of the Canal unless such person ha first ob-' Balboa
rocks and their sound Zone. Is to lower these waning tain a license fromExaminin
a lullaby. tanlards still further by .e %Board. MIAU flinR work nStr F
employment of unskilled and un-be performd by licensed Mter
residential COCO DEL licensed workers for the man-'Plumbers or by lsed Journey-
right on the edge of Itennce of plumbingin the Canal men Plumbers working uner
z~ffh_ oen we offer well Pone. direction of suetlhense ai. FOR SALE
and charming S bed- 'bese. sto beeunder the ter PlUmbers.:"' bqthrm
House with all modern eu_ aly t lwV4L,5on Any qualified e)lumer ee t 'V
enlmfesl Large lot with ofWoU.., .:: X tbe. t.hatnt ie I a e or ltp respond
Ve frontage On street bmwvuu"hrk "' ble for the health ofhis com- Parqo t
.a kft iber. te tr 1 ouet Isit q .s. il.A* a emunity: aOordt ily, Locel Union 3-I
gi-e of-07 ybonn-.. lowering of I hi requtremeoutjtof.606 has pioteetd this poos
v--i e^lset space. the"Weri *A
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. o A S ll g cyc -w p0v i'.yent : 1we", "thtttihe
'WLFAND COMPANY 5v ^ O teomplete with 'th c luei & r who w fli
S*Cd I a"tri rom thef pUerm to risnn q en ef
elfC 1. C &t Mwrne ima aIagom ,this ao It should be a ;
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Top Dodger'Shock Troops'
NEW YORK, July 16 (UP) Brooklyn's high Amerkican League
command finally heeded the anguished plea of TEAMS W L Pet.
Chtck Dressen by sending up "shock troops" today New York 56 2 .683
as firing resumed on all big league fronts. Cleveland 48 35 .578
Boston 47 39 .547
Pushed into the Brooklyn he planned to bring up any Kan- Washington 42 42 .500
breach will be Glenn Mickens, sas City farm hands although he Philadelphia 34 51 .400
22-year-old right-handed pitch- will visit that city. st. Louis 31 55 .360
er from Fort Worth of the Texas While Dressen and Stengel Detroit 27 57 321
League and Dick Williams, 24- plotted how to stretch their
year-old outfielder from Mon- leads, other managers schemed TODAY'S GAMES
real of the International League. how to cut them still shorter. New York at St. Louis (2 T-N)
**And if that's not enough," Most of the contenders looked Philadelphia ,at Cleveland (N)
said' Manager Chuck Dressen on the three-day All-Star "vaca- Washington at Chicago (L4
who is intent on preserving the tion" as a break for them. Boston at Detroit (N)
Dodgers' I', game lead in the oo
# .?. i.. ,...n..inn *.aw'll "W.' nleedel a hrealhr." said a.. a a
La Stara n ij.dei
Cop Marwcdnwii Til
By D C$ MILLER,.
/of U Presu. .
Let's got the record Btft frimt from he
We're not against kids rtl or kNi w bmpy bseaL
Wut it's time. we think ;pmeent the tU H of "
.ils wbar AtUdeS to 12biJ.yd
ap Itml tW patronage 'It .ered In 19 lgoa -N
watced XJttte-Leamusra iMecse tties mhSwfb4.i LaMM.
get some more!" Charlie Grimm, whose Braves na:ofteh. LU Ut. i1s-11 uteemsa0e.'im.s
While Dresizen anxiously a- are I 2 games behind Brooklyn, I L
Stng whose Yankees launch. think we're --eady to move up Brooklyn 50 31 .617 en you
a We#ein Invasion in St. Louis again." Milwaukee 49 33 .-59.8 widely
teoao _b, bad worries of his own Steve O'Neill said the rest was Philadelphia 45 34 .570 WemyJ reI I lB )
deepS his team's five-game bound to benefit his injured St. Louis 46 35 50 dangebl 'sas It's set up i the MNd,
bulge.Phls shile Eddie Stanky ex- New York 43 37 .538 sociation, a group skilled 1 in apnl recreation on a nation-wide
Slenlt's chief concern cen- plained that it enabled him to Cincinnati 37 46 .446 scale. Other dissenters are of the boy scoa u g momt M s
ter around his switch-hitting get his Cardinal pitching rota- Chicago 30 50 .375 National Education A n American Meical A tion m
lu ng star, young Mickey tion in order again for an im- Pittsburgh 27 61 .207 and parent and teacher g1
Ma tle portant series starting against -00 .-- These groups offer twio li criticisms of LIWe League b p. -
Mantle aggravated a leg inju-, the Dodgers tonight. I TODAV S GA M ball as it's set up today. Mto dangerous, phsielly and p" y-
rv during the all-star game; Leo Durocher was probably the St. Louis at Brooklyn (N) chologlally, for kids thakqgBld d too wastetHl fW latlton spM ttm
Tuesday and Steneel. who want- happiest or all even thouh his Chicago atNewYk an money.
ed to rest him in the first place. Giants are 62 games off the Cincinnati at PhIlL (2 T-N)) Psychiatrists agree the pmsures of a baseball program gear-
wa4 forced to take him out. It pace. Milwaukee at Pitt h ed on a national world seri m tis.ltoo much for a child of Wine SIR
was reported that Mantle Is suf- "Our big hitters-Monte Irvin. .through 12. In a recent thigh school football gume at I& nroe, i
fertig from water on the knee Bobby Thompson. Whitey Lock- j.f..t.. b el Loulana. 165 student spectators fainted. How then,.the pa IN
an4 might not be able to play man and Hank Thompson-are [o s 0D 5 chiatrista ask, can a kid of nine take competitle pressures aui
fort least four or five days. racking the ball the way they excitements high school students can't absorb? -
Qenefal Manager George Weiss did in 1951." smiled Durocher.I IDS ANGoL i Jly 18 (iP) School teachers have told pitiful tales of "Little ague t
accompanied the Yankees to St. |"and what's more, we now have r- Manager Bobby bgan of Champs" who have returned to their home towns from mseces-
Lo04s but refused to say whether this kid pitcher A] Worthington." the Hollywood Stars baseball ful tournaments... their little heads swollen out et proportIon.
Club has come up with a new Some have turned into serious classroom problems eca'u of
Sway to get suspended. He did a their exposure to adult heromwohilp.
strip-tease in the dugout. As for physical injuries, alcal studies prove children under -M
It all started when an 13 are much m susceptible to broken bones and heart Injuries M
lost an argument with an ur- than high school children.
pire on a close play at .fltt. Then there's the question if wasting rereatto dollaanmd
Bragan returned to the dugout space.
and started throwing equiDment Unlike a playground where hundreds of kids girls or boys tw'
on the field. When he ran out can play even if they have no scla skill, Little lague baseball no
of that bhe threw parts of M is limited. Girls, naturally, do t even titure. And osnly 3S o t of
clothing, the hundreds who aspire to A Little League unJamr evr wear
The Pacific Coast League is them m
tivestlgating. Meanwhile, Bra- Tere's also the question of pace. A plagrlaad Is adaptable oo
ai S has been suspended inde-' to most any game. But a basesfl.dlamond is a.babaldllwnond. the
uwly. BInge a lot of money goes into the upkeep of these dsmnde re-
'creation activities seldom are anBDed or fit on them. La
elngINNATie dly It h a' tk- Finally, there's the dmm that compwu drtm@pm dam. tman
en long for friendly teammates age normal family values. . a
to become enemies again. agee nno msnmlwhere Ll e a
Tuesday's Nationai League TIhere M" been mW hne r UtUf. ,ee. e .pltay. pn
All Star players Included P eas refud to tak. nations with- paa ts wi' t, ofi
-R~teese and 0Hodges of Broeok-.would interfere with the bunawu schedule. ParentS of
lyn, and Red Schoendienst of' teLesagnsalso complain their chldlm gulp food to gt to pt I r
the St. Louis Cardnals. Rteegselt W A
got tns.wo hitsand drove in two at' e fohr s o e ag
Hodges says: "I sure hope Pee- parents actually rided acU gg thSi
wee keeps up that hitting. ss a Littlde t e i.ue
4, Schoendienst says: "I hope he We WtI't ap names.
doesn't get another hit all sea- ethis: T .
son... especially not right a-atwalle.t"t as o t
way.t"ch= hi .Theda
The Dodgers play the Cardi- l cme -d- W- a' p--lo and was
w" nals to night in Brooklyn. siclan as Bpi.paes on the
theock a e wanted to rra
a'" LOS ANGELES. The girl BAt 4 ONthe parents co-o rate -
ASEBALLETDusty Boggesmakeslike a ballet master call. who shocked England by wear- ed to take their c'ohildre the m -" t
Sout Rachie Ashburn of the Phillies forced at second by the ng lace panties at fair Wimble- ty hamhipJvngame be layed s
ants' Daryl Spencer Uwho fielded Granny Hamners grounder. don says she's getting married N hortnit auoriies i I *
e shortstop throws to first base for a double play. Back of himmay give up tennis. til game w
es Davey Williams (NEA) Guasle Moran plans to marry examined.
Edward --and. and executiveB As we ntie d at the utset,
[with a New.York trucking firm. Uittle l gaw ial. ac mly, the
SShe met him two months ago at Bt t h ig ime we laten to"
S516th Car Co H Detach Palm Springs, CIlifornia, where the Lttl l program needs '
Se friends say Hand goes frequent- T Ihe ef s m est the Lit start .
ly for tennis lessons.t m... be fme a i ram for
DThe 29-year-old Oussie In-1 o isd Af nd nation!" acts. !
Dispute Com pany Level Cage ternatlonal tennis during Wim- petition am ies level, wmet
bledon competition three years It we Mat JAmerlpi
r own At Clayton Tomorrow toa ... ..
SIe 516th Transportation Car attacked for the team from A- A L A '
Sof Fort Amiador will mador. inn |ntn
Headquarters Detachment Quarry Heights has display-, .4' 1""
SQr ry fHeights Friday night the highest scoring attack n, .
Slayton Gymnasium the tournament to date. run-
e USARCARIB (Panama ning their total up past the 70 STARTS SAT
SCompany Level Basketball mark twice. Garfield Keen and
Stiip nship. Game time has Bob Morgan have paced the I
for 7:30 o'clock. scoring, with Rudy Andrade set-
Car Company is unde- ting up the plays with his re-
in the double elimination bounding and passing.
ent, while Q u a ror y Against the Kobbe team. Keen
has suffered one defeat led the attack In the first half
ust score two victories in with 12 points and then Morgan
for the title. Should a took over in the second half as
ftou final game be necessary, he poured 15 points through the
S be played at Fort Clay- hoops to pace the finish, Mor-
t l o n iSturday night. gan was high for the evening
Quarry Heights advanced to with 18 points. while Keen was
1the fals with a 56-44 victory close behind with 16. However.
the Fort Kobbe entry, the deciding factor in the con-
quarters Company of the test was the rebounding by An-
Infantry. Wednesday night drade, who controlled b o t h
F tClayton. boards throughout the contest.
aCompany is the defending Joe Epps led the scoring for
plans in the tournament, the Infantry team with 16
captured the tournament points before leaving the game
r without defeat. They on fouls early in the fourth
e ou to duplicate that ef- quarter. The Infantry team led BI BUMP..-Pee Wee Reese
da night. The Car men 27-25 at haltfime, but could not r t. and Left Fieldeir George
pace by the same high match the torrid pace of the Shuba should' be mistakenfor
pair that led them to fast-btuaktug team from Quarry ballroom dances. f*, 5ot this, ,
last year, Tom Williams Heights i the second half &ay bumping mke each other
Mon Ehlers. These two lads, JMlghts forged into a in after the Giants' Wes
with Tom Murphy. have 41-4 lead going into the final' estrum's pop By at abl
the brunt of the scoring eight minute period. Despite tst maixup, i e
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CAIRO. Jul 16 6UP Brit- L. -.- 044, oa
ish authoiitles thl. Suez Ca- .w:eek og =1 I du 0hat De r .
no] Zone today lifted their TWENTY-EIGmHT !AR. eeoPANAMA, a.we, 2-0 go te pof seasa0. yeslX*
Isrnallia roadblocks and permit-
a blew eolad p er.odf.
West Germans e... Bc lie ld Y ...MW
The roadblocks were set up" O 1ytic.-
after a British demand for re- anwhle In oewton N. .,
trn of British airman A. V tt South's biggest counr-
RTden went unheeded. All on gn 1
Eypt .an vehicles were stopped h o e N orth b iggtl
ar machinegun-manned bar- Tf a tc h to get se- theirr o
and searched thoroughly. Abama pt teir
It ~sa th the British were BONN, uly 16 (UP) A pro- government in their move--will assured a lr t*.n Inter and external -fr. -de
to Rming trouble. posal bytie East German.Com- sit tight until Lbe kremlin has such at
plan government spokes- mut for an. Immediate con- replied to their notes suggesting t g owlbeM W. IN.10 m" i n e&
protested strongly that ference on organizing all-Ger- a Bi Four meetlnm H al 'a gov r i n Ons a German aa nn -pu
S Egyptan knw anythinK manelections will be rejected The United Stated, Britain and EUhuKngdom euo re ?aty whllh wil b ofa?
A aut RiUden's disappearance emphatically by the West Ger- France Invited Russia yesterday po ae now of thoboe ral setement. he no
a charged the British with man government, it was an- to a four-power conference to whlt are capable of Oaid.
delivering an "ultimatum" nounced today. discuss the powderk g Germaln tn' *- deth Z &.
for his return. "One does not deal with pup- problem and s agreemk ment on -T eq lusion of s w I-ta rmilsmt- t
ggyptian Foreign Minister pets," a government spokesman the long-stalled A&lan treaty. amO Ausftlan t.ie e Jone, I of
Mihmoud Fawzl said here last said. In parallel notes handed to So- Idug. orte 5havSe 1 beca eE
3ulght that Egypt had demand- "The antl-Communit uprias viet representatives in the three an essential elft enl ve b I,-iiw
ed removal of the Ismalli re- ing in East Berlin and East Western capitals, the Western jma" settlement W hier t iMff- of thUarI
strictions. The British announc- Germany on June 17 shoWed Allies suggested that the foreign mat y's government f S St
ed officially this morning that eonelusively that theuw-ealled ministers meet about the end of a m n S o mtributgigk' Ina 6h i
the roadblocks were being lift- people's giemrnmet eaa speak September at a place to be a- ota o itfs tnh case.
d only for Itself, and for as one greed upon. a iitan p ta e g CAdV CO
A British military spokesman else. The meeting would be "of lUm- ba o -nly wer mo
paid: "There is only one speaker for Ited duration" and take up free o *ls enw "of a 'Jected; power me ttmrM tha
"Due to the Improved situa- the whole German people, and all-German elections, the forma- reptepataUs all -. t Ar Somaana 3
tion in Ismallia, general officer that is the federal government in Uon of an all-German govern- rmm t.a th Austrian t
JI command (Sir Francis) Feat- Bonn." ment, and a treaty to end the Jy w isesm neh a 4 .
ings informed subgovernor Aly The East German cabinet pro- occupation of Austraa. ent ea
Mait, although some additional posed last night a "free all-Ger- The notes stated the Western .sit remn free eIseltl esR t o
posts set up July 13 must re- man election" which would lead governments' determination "to Tha West's proposal &
main for reasons of military to unification of the country. make a new effort so to bring pofterence laid
security, that physical checking Observers here feel the East to an end the abnormal rtuation baic of the -.
Of road and rail traffic would German troplsaL was l pade In to which te German people are Ie Iand listed
it" an attempt.to match the Unit- subjected." 0 discussion |
stings reserved the right ed StatUeBritish-lrendh 1is- They emphasized that ano .11)Tw erganhieal
"to check for arms at posts station to Russia for a four real profre can be ade to- German ele ti AL t "-
.emaining, should it be deem- power conference on foreign ward a general relof gu te for freedom t
e. necessary," for spokesman ministers on Germany and tension In Europe as mnt, of tactio for
phdessa. o pAustria. I n this (thTepiha) plottrt- ties, and of the prteas 11 10 'i 1(Ul d (UP) Tl2
'The spokesman explained There is every indication,,how- ins ausseled." Jaoeept of the bidel' 2l' Rassian broken a dt
that only "suspicious" vehicles ever, that the Western powers- The Big Three strategy was W all Germani befor* "Allifdo =wa- A t11aM o
would be searched in the future which are consulting the Bonn mapped in Washington at the ad Lf ter the 2sists0'., t lantt tJe3a
and that all normal civilian five-day meeting of the Western 2) Oonditbai th orab
traffic would be permitted to Big Three foreign ministers- lshmeotof a et aIBMW t
moved freely. S Ambhatwtabr uol( Secretary of State John Foster_ golme t !t s t.
1The British raised Egyptian W Dules, act Nltish .Forei .r .
ie Monday when they sealed off Secretary' LordSalisbury ana.A..
Ismaialia with the rcjidblockaFrench Foreign Minister Georges A .."
and ordered paratroopers to Nicaragua Vidault.
1ador rail, arresting them if Yleast to smoke out the truce mo-
t" iOf ExterilonPlot
the possessed arms or evidence tives bekdsL the current Soviet
mAMsing airman's where- WAS IM uly 18 A be ao ensiv Four meeting
1 m1c lsa "peTON,aoe 16 At eaBig 111 meeting
Te British restrtions were (UP)- Nicaraguan Ambassador could lead to settlement of some W
the ue nal tow nw order- was the victim of an alleged The British note said that iP ct
I~v' ad quiet. $i50,0qq a "while recognizing the fact thAt DBroosof
Caribbean Players ficial. by rziv- t h"0 U.c8,
He discussed the allegation c I nriae-
Make Small Ch nge with State Department officials Mob ,eeks Terroris0 "g""" ""mbesi
Make Small Change story of theo allege .m embers
In Play Schedule country was not involved. plt hOaterPSao ngmo ee
The Caribbean Players, Pan- was printed by the "Ban Die- o' IIU| by Prances Longmoe, '
.tna's all-service theater group, go (Calif.) Union" and given presPdent of the USCA.
has announced a change of to Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy's Dva fl W M an The six-=an committee will
schedule for the presentation of Senate Permanent Investigating make. tt recommendation onI I N'
.the three-act corpedy, "The subcommittee. The nation in- memf.rhblp at the Auguot
Doughglrls." The final show at evolved was not mentioned. LINTON, N.D., July 16 -UP mIe the organization.
Pbrt Gulick has been changed McCarthy said Monday his -A knife-wielding terrorist who A to Mr. Lonioare,
S rom July 24 to Monday, July 27. group was looking into such a tore a pregnant woman away the will also probe
.Other performances previous- plot but did not name the from her three children and the q of community del-
ly announced the premiere country involved, the Wiscon- raped her after a wild kidnap egates. move from one it r i .
at the Fort Kobbe theater on sin Republican refused to give ride was brought here early townst4hs another. This also proipsl to id
Monday, July 2o and the second other details. today as.an angry mob roamed wl be 'I In the August
showingg on Wednesday, July 22, The extortion allegations were the coutryide in automobiles. 'rep. "for
at Corozal will go on as reported to have been turned Meanwhile his attractive vic- As th .4-laVs of the coamti- as6
heduled. over to the .FBL timMr Albert Gelgle, 33, of uon members 4 at
_tr ?.D., was taken to to theie l$"ttnIs 0 .0only
Jamestown, N.D., for treatment to peb bye PFan "
of shook and knife wounds. ,an =cie. ol mittee will In (il
The kidnaper, identified as inmthe probaty of t~i Lodge
Donald Argyle, 31, was arrested opening mbe~rstilp to e. *t
at Medina, N.D., early today ploy" of e Armt, Navy andIn
father "running around the Air
town like he was crazy." D% -- cam-
The man, who tied Mrs. Gel- t '
gle with -her stockings and efl inn.u
raped her about two miles out- election from
side of Medina, said he was theta Muon.
a Canadian soldier. E-ot a- offt
The womin, described by her delegates cha-
friends as "very good looking" ing thWr.
and a blue-eyed blonde, was status. willall
seven months pregnant. Her temptto,.
assailant severed an artery in tion Co
her hand with a knife "as big move.
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