The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01663

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hearing. Carl on remarked that
at per e'A- amendment to the pending
.at serve b.I1 might well cause It to be
rate of delayed in enactment until next
year.
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month. view of Canal Zone policies now
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SEOUL, July 23 (UP) The Korean truce.
0met was reported by reliable sources today to bgm
pbted1 an readG for signing.
Only the final approval of the governments c9c
ed is said to be needed before the formal signina-
place.
United States Ambassador Ellis 0. Brigbs cale
South Kerean President Syngman Rhee today, presmi
to inform him of the completion of negoitioms.
Re bluntly warned the rebellious jee that
wil W no e united States concessions to pi
jeoiaebto fHrormistice terms. V
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signji the ane ending because ot Rhee's vialt ia
thwe Wr up to = The U-.. front to speak to South aG
LIs 10 e make agree- and American troops in
neffl s havae.. Gumsond bulge.
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6111.thep0%h dt- tktt shymr aond mav- 1ye adufa o vd WU covet an
refugees and per- tB mba-Wed wife, en.-l between ington
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SEurope. -* and d StteSeo. Demo- b
Sli ampaetde Ihl t evlidene that 0'- a tos loprlsent b mdien on the
hld be f other nds, Vc- ee scheduled to begin In the
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a athg more to re- aa te rey ha a been ted to
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m piMll l'g& existed Te. The under conuldwration ce bort-
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THE PANAMA AMERgN u n
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POUNIM me Y NLIMN OUNVS.ousing Is es
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TULUWStN3 PANAMA No. 1-0740 8 U W ,b
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9THm i.YOUKR ORUM THE READERS OWN* COLUMN O. ..
BY PETER EDSON

E A l r WASHINGTON (NBA) -
-Former Repmblicen Con
man Albert M. Cole of 55.
SMil Boxell Is i open forum for reeders et The Panama Am r-sat in his big, green deeply un-
i ke ttnr are received gratefully and ore bandied In b wholly confi- holstered, leather. ar., behind
,ntT menuer, *his great big walnut desk ain the
yu entribeute a letter don't be Impatie t 1 It doesn't appear the office of the Houlng and Home
Mat I. Letters e published in the order neceved. J4nance adminatrat6r. Cole had ...
tyS to keep he letters limited to e"e page length. en 1 this jop for over four ':
tityat letter writers is held in strictest confidence. meonthl. but this was his first *' '
I newwpew assumes no responsibility for statemetu as epieios Press conference.
aprI I n ltte"from eee .eses.
So He had called it o 'announce
that he was starting a two-
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS months' series of "shirt-sleeve"
Sir: conferences with hundreds of w
people who wanted to talk
Your help in giving a very annoying situation some publicity about government housing pro-
In the hopes that it may be brought to the attention of the proper grams. 0
authorities and also in the hope that they will take appropriate
Otloin indicated will be very much appreciated by a number of The Eisenhower administra-
*ople residing In Williamson Place in Balboa. tion had not advised him
what its housing poft w as
The dogs which roam this area day and night making the to be, said Administrator Cole W
ghtsespecially hideous by their barkmg and fighting are led right at the start. So e was
fby a couple of dogs who station themselves just inside the en- going to hzve to Stud s.I
osure surrounding an oil company's property on La Boca Road. whole questionSand
ere is also a dog belonging to the head- of a Welfare agency to some conclutsonm i if
ated on La Boca Road who is left to roam the area barking the White House ail,
tom early morning until late evening. Two or three dogs belong- and then come up .pro-
Ig to a man connected with shipping interests and residing next gram to present tC& do
to the welfare agency they are permitted to run out and bark next year. I
and annoy passers by on the back road from early morning and
lite evening. In other words, thi.. to be
the education of a1 new.
Now that the Canal Zone Government.Is requiring these ani- top Republican i. Be
als to be licensed it is to be hoped that the owners of these dogs would give everyone ce
1 be required to curb their activities to the extent that we to talk to him off t 'nr
ay not be forced to spend our nights laying awake hoping that and in confidence. in-
eir vocal cords play out in order that we may have our needed terest groups. housing Industry
ep. Just how these dog owners can stand it is a deep mystery groups, builders, architect, en-
we do not blame the animals the owners are at fault. The gineers. home finance men,
to lni,this area cause plenty of sleepless nights also but not with bankers, union labor leaders,
e same regularity. This is an appeal to the owners of these Church groups, and welfare
ala as well as to the authorities, workers.
Hoping for results Cole observed that he had
Front people who are hoping certain prejudices In th.il.d of '
for more peaceful nights. housing. But these talk Wouldr
--- give people who disagreed with
him a chance to do so. What he
WHAT PRICE MESS? wanted to emphasize was that
the areas of disagreement
might not be as great as aome
This is for Sadeye. people said they were.
[ *t read the understatement of the yen. The Capal needs a tve .s
e &Vefiet-up. I could have told them the ist-m they are using He wasn't going to sweep de oWe l "-a natletZ.
2aow wasn't working. It didn't take no master mind to figure that everything that the government in many *ayi, the hoiB
Sone out. had done in housing in the many of us live are so ba
ne out. past, But he wasn't going to take.
The GAO (Gawd-Almighty, Oliphant) boys better get some the old agencies and the old Por instac about 20
of those old timers back here to straighten this place out. laws and try to carry on .the CL.v's r "l
Seems to me like the old Canal ran pretty good in the old tools that he had He wanted to lives w
,days. It sure i in a mesa now. These $13-a-day expense boys are come up with something new. those lt
doing & good job? ;: ,.g:. .A' rNgr, h the au, only..are.b i


The reorganization of the Canal was sall to t
omy measure. I wojner just ihat it hs coat in dollars and ctn'
and broken hdines,'ahd. unemplqyment. to t it tq the fouled 1p
means it is in now. They w ve p in a report,
I gueffili6. s.
they need fa a O&?te t .
, My boy (Mfed) Newm48 is paying us a visit. Brave boy.
They have a p y planned for him. Deep wa& thing.
He's still gu' i' g for that big job on a~ Canal.
As sobbo's, ti ne lubing team getsro-peratdta am
going to move out with you- adeye. The smal'Wli better out
th ere -
One'thing worrie~me though. How much Income tax do the
brain trusters pay ozf t1eli $1s-a-day deal.,
Haven't heard frdm you. lately, what's the Matter?
Weary Willie


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IPublic vehlele 3 Stranger
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611Nu ea, deer 31' Tardy 44 Vehicles are ,
10 On the 2 Two-wheeled drawn by a I
ib sheltered aide vehicle us= -- in some
i tin 11 Longings for hauling lands
(slang) 30 Spanish 45 Girl's name
19 Arid kingdom 46 Principal
(ab.) 21 Beholdl 31 Bear 47 Devotees
23 Approached 32 Stud 49 Departed
24 Automobile 34 Song bird 50 Algerian
fi e il-ea -a 41 Age saport
25 Arabian gulf42 Article 51 R.man ruler
26 Church fast 43 Wide-mouthed 52 Turfs
Season pitchers 55 Dine

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pairing hoI i atlon to
take care ha 1'-b
tlon ln rMiq'e loan In-
surance.
Finally there had been the
matter of railing the interest
rate on Fdedal Housing Admtn
istration mortgagee. That
taken endless eanferences. The
Increase In Interest rates had
been only one-quarter of one
per cent, up to a four and ene-
half per cent maximum, but ak
ready the housing admlnlstr
tor has caught plenty of critl-
cism for that one.


In suOmmary Cole said he had
been %ri from eight o'iock I
J the M to six and seven
o clock t night, five an*d sit
days a week and sometiaes
Sunday. And he was just =ov
getting around to. making h
general study of the housing
situation.
"Does the Job look any dif-
ferent to you now than it did
when you. were In Congress?"
a reporter asked.
"It looks a lot different down
here," said Cole, frankly.
Now this was a most in-
teresting and honest confes-
ston. When Cole war in Con-
gress. he ame one of the most
outspokes critics of govern-.
ment housing programs. He
had a consistent voting record
in opposition to umbtc hour-
ing from 19d9 through 1952,
I when he lost out in his race
for re-election to Cofnress.
He was ticketed as an oppo-
nent of government hoN b
programs. His record was SMu
that'publie housing advocate
tried to prevent his conflrMao.
tion as housing administrator.
But now, here he was
that things looked fira
when the responsibility was Is.
Cole explained this In
detail. In Congress, he said 1
had voted on broad
policy as it was viewed
constituents and his obliga *
to them.
Now, as housing la
the decisions that reis
were more personal
fected oitiU, the

tusands otfSS.S,
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from local to natk
point will do. It
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new policies m.S
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e besitant after his encounter with thrA lien cubs, lip. hr mand anort, at
zoo. Carl started pulling the cub's tail rather vgloonly. The lioM rMemnt
Sand ganged up on him. He went away very muc subdid. Now that
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MODES ROYALE
PATTERNS, FRENCH
STYLES.
VOGUE and McCALL
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this means: The 1053 Bsick SPECIAL with
Dystlow can best the mighty 1PS2
ROADMASTR O3N getawsy-.caff re Cho1
mtp (when the law allows) with a eas.
blued speed and jfrk4ree smoothmmss
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features alone.
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HOLLYWVOOD --NEAj -The IVisitors to.thenurser&y of port-
Laugh Parade. It happened at; land Mhalon, jJ1l daughter Of
Las Vegas and Bob Hope can James and Pamel& Mason, are
start b.uhhing. pop-eyed over- the tiny tot's
A newslien for ,vigazine Las zavorlte doll, dressed in a minla-
Ve-Oas was signed to Interview ture mink coat. Pamela's ex-
the ce!rbi ues in town and felt planatlon is SL surprise.
mighty important rubbing el- "I want Portland to get used
bows with the great and near to mink so that when she grows
great up she will be immune to the
Tuen came a crusher: stuff as a temptation."
-he ambled up to Bob Hope, --000--
pad, In hand, to ask for a hu- Harvey Lembeck, the come-
morous quote. dihan of "Stalag 17," was deuss-
Before she could open her ing a Mexican film offer with
mouth with a question, Hope his Agent when tie phone rang.
seized her load and pencil, Harvey asked hil.live-year-old
scribbled his autograph, and was son to answer It and tell who
swallowed up in the casino ever it was to cal back in an
crowd. hour.
Shirley Temple and her hus- The tot picked up the receiver
bane. Lieut. Comdr. Charles and said: "This is the Lembeck
Black, went to a matinee per- residence. Daddy's on location in
formance of "The Seven Year Mexico and he'll be back in an
Itch" on Broadway shortly be- hour."
lore they returned to California. i--oO-
,xcited by old friend Vanessa Producer Sam Spiegel tells it
bpt.wn's performance Shirley on Patrice Munsel, when it ap-
djhed ba -stage to congratu- peared that stork complications
Ite her between acts. would shut down filming of
tough doorman informed "Alelba" in London. and on
rley that nobody wpa allow- fLery, tempestuousrMartlta Hunt
e in the dressing rooms of the of "The Madwoman of Chalalot"
alors until Bfter the final cur- fame.
t Martitia, angry because she
,But Vanessa %ill want to see had been forced to cut short a
rf" said Shirley. You see. I'm vacation in France to do the
iley Bl.ck picture, sat fI ning in her dres-
'. wouldn't ,are if you were sing room while London's most
Shirley T.-mple or Shirley skilled doctors' fussed over Pa-
mth.," barked the doorman. Itrice and Word spread that the
04 rule is a rule at this theater."I singer would have to be rushed
to a hospital to have her baby.
YLE STORY Finally Martita stalked out of
her dressing room, stormed up
.The stanet looked abashed to Patrice and exploded:
r rt.s Don Porter, as her es- "Amateursl Dilettanteal Re-
.tat a night club announced:I member, young woman, you can
WThis U; a good timune to tell Ihave a baby any old time. But
Swe're through I'm asking Iyou get the chance to play Dame
waiter for separate checks." Melba only once in your life."



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i FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS I. RESOR 5
Household Automobillbs _, ._ e,--s 0t.amndS
...Wt, Alee5 3llm ...,NAL
A:. V".. A About Our FOR SALE. Hillman convertible 2Oi mepls. C 8-177 .* C rl tb .
HE STIKS 952. 4.UO0 mdles duty free h teSanta C
CHRISTMAS CLU, w .ll t ires Leaving $1d350 Pan- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medic Clinkic. Santa Cla
"Bazar Americana" arA 3-1773. Office Balboa 1452 Central Avenue "K. Street car.- tm Electric la MAKm bw.i.
az Itao. Ju n o.. ..S..nher. Telephone 2-3479, PanPiNTtIa. ra:'3s. Todr A ,
Panama & Colon FOR SALE--1952 MorrisConvertible. telephone 2-IVE1655
FOR SALE -Rerigera':,r 1.5, feet 1948 Pontiac Convertible. Both an .Ask About Our_ i .
60 cycle. lorge. lieez ng space good condition. Tel. 2-4286. THRE STMA RIS C ottla. One iPrel of
Solid mahogan, bedro:,m set. i.InORSALE.--1940 d CHRISTMAS CLUB Clara. Phone Balleas
FORn1 SAd I tpai Oldsmobile 6 'Bozr Americqno
Sbed cahe f rc t 6dan .D u Pad. $65o00. Tel. P " Colo g e ur burr To MIAMI & 'EW YORK via AREA Phone NAP
664-B. C ur.du Hg, Home 3 to d OR SALE: 1950 Oldsmcb.ie 6 Boemig 4-en'gine plane. One-way e .ae caotaker thee .
6 p r H -ydromaic, roadio custom, mode to Miami: $70.00 Round-TFIp I I ata r
S. al e e. $1t co on excellent by .- 126.00. One-way to Now, York: rfr
OR SALECgi Fa`gom Set b1a _0e0. ck. $114 00 Round-trip $214.00. See-- Bolboo
imitat.cn. $12. Sc'' Pablo Stree D'ablo.Hgts. PANAMA Its
-771 A r A B.o '., e A A DISPATCH SERVICEpr4.,i
FOR SALE 195 Ford Victoria vith telephone 2.1655. .
modern dr..r, roble and cha green. bedutful conditn. Phonc PANAMA-MEXICO one way $85 FOR R
gpitpTlete rirona. l-grocm furn. days S3-61 G. e enirn. 83-3288 around trp $135 (15 day limit p tt11141t l %K .
lf'aure conmbnoor, rod o-p.ho.non .. -- on $3 1 da l
graphL, .-O. and other furnu .ic FOR SALE.-1950 StLdebaker, ex- 9~4O on round FOR m RENT:Tro b
P hone ,: f lcl3, er excellent con .on... .. OO m..le. AN ELES one way., $159.25
S oe83-32S Ver loew dcl n payment. Liberal trip $268 64 190 day limit). Pon- opeotmnut in Bllm VR
-.- Ierms. CIall 5245 Curundu ama Olspatch Service, 36 Avenida Me Sol, Ave. 3Just
SALE Roelar, I .. grocm 6 .-- --- --- Nocional lAutomoblle RowI Tel. "l o C -
S.pcs I ana mchogon. 18 pcs.j din- FORSALE: 1948' Studebaker. 4 Panama 2-1655. JUSt IlLT:-Hot & Cold
Singrco. n e Like ne,.. 40th St Door Sedan, $475.00. Phone 83- r. T i_ .
-No .b 3.122 after 4.30 p. m. 572-D FOR SALE onel t
N o, --- Curundu Hgts al oy. _FOR SA EPPrsnne, net 'V
rSALtoFr c-en goc c ondtn FOR SALE -150 Chevrolet Sedan MI ICellaneu FOR RENT:--Furni shd uE f
'-Con be seen at Guard a Cba I Delery Truck. Call Colon 1462. Askibout Our ed.clalet, 2 bFdroomish i i
J to Ar. -emera Aven e FOR SALE.-Chevrolel 2 ton Stake THREE STRIKIS logroem, porch. garag 1.
SALE -6 d.ingr-,m c---- I Body Truck. Inquire at No. 21 CHRISTMAS CLU S oon. Ph one 3-166.
tubes. reircads 7u60 x 15 4 FOR SALE -1951 Renault 4 door Panama & Colon Fbedroom apartments a s=
ply. one aHP. 25 :scle. electric sedan clean, very good shape FOR SALE.-Sun flower sePes, Paoo- Ing overlooking 'Hotel |
to"; on olin 'ze 1531- 500 00. Call Nvy Pacitic 2474 3Lkeet seeds. Acuorio Tropical 55. i,," gardens. Apply
SCalabash Sr Batoo Tel 2-2466. or 3124-_ Va Eparia. c6." $100.00 and $80. *
OR SALE.-Orental rugs. Chinese FOR SALE OR 1T1ADE -1949 Lin- FOR SALE: Beautyrest mattress. -2 4i
tables, other household items coin Convertible. A-I shape, duty brand new, double size, $80.00 FOR REIT: -. New two bdr
Leaving ,ithmus. Apex and Ben paid Tel. Fort Kobbe, 4 15. Tel. 3-1086. .apartment, garage el u.
Sdix wa-hers. cheap. 957-A Fort gcreii, hot water itlud .
obbe. Sig Tree pe After 5 p. LOST & FOUND FOR SALE: German Shepherd 7 street and Eusebio Morelds Ave.
m or Saturday all d y. months old, healthy. Baroain. Roeit Building. '.'
I- Phone Shrapnel, Balboa 1389:
'RSALE -Charrs State back and LOST---Gole w9tch marking inside al FOR RENT: Modern .
roc .er mahogany, bed springs, of back Ferguson Cullen, good FOR SALE:--Ercoupe, airploane pet- apartment, one unfurn'
twin size. metal table and tel- reward. 7041, 7th. St Colon fct condition, just re-licensed. offic clinic or 'reid -
Si o stand 2229-C. Curundu. %WA T ED Term4 t powsuble f cS clinic or-resin-iT- '.
"T.onnredCur-n ugo n-|. 2-31d pointed, foar quick sole. $850.00. 3-17 3
WANTED Terms to responsible *eirtit 88-
--Modern household fur- 6148 days 83-7235 nights. FOR RENT:-O,.AI.- .
n.ture. American famr:v. leaving Miscellaneous FOR SALE:--Cocker Puppies, black. Seut.m 5. One block from lo .
Panama Inquire at No 46,____ 51Si Parpo ma. hotMl maw f8
Panama. Inquire or NA s6, 51 S Excellent Pedigree, $40 and $50. Fenced yard. Phone 0147
Vista' Can be seen 515-B, Curundu Hgts.
FOR SALE.-Westinghouse Refriger- CHRISTMAS 9lUI 3-424). RENmT po e
,,ator 9 r.u. f, 25 cycle, in god "Bozar /mericono" FOR SALE: Hallicrofter Radio SX Via -~ral- Dl
....tion. $6.5 149-B. Bhbe b Panrri6ma Colon 25. 4 Screens. 8 ft. I Screen 6 ft. In11 "
4 1 AA Jan JGmeral Electric washin maci
o .msoy. H"40 No,., 0788-D. After 6 ....

-1 O ory. It infr a ion "Alma- conditioning cabinet unit, in good
LE -22 foot fishing crurser cen LaP i i Colon.'" condition. Inquire at No. 21 Juan I
P. Wills sea eep motor WANTED- Vacotion q .ep- B. Sop Stret,
t condition. Sleeps two. Coll tembrp ru Novia I AI- FOR SALE:- -frigerator 8 f-u :t. u
Bv. alboa Yacht Club, 2693 brook -85. $175.00, AMrono Arasemena 65 c'
anama 2-2341. A.. .._ ___ on spending" apartment .10. Phone 3-1955. -
American couple would li money g 9 Q Amprican ten- FOR SALE;-Signal Generator. Oscil- n C
r to shore pleasures and agers 0 .are willing~ to do loscope; Motors: 60 cycle, 1-3 E
s of recently rebuilt and, your aE
"tConhr34 foot cruiser. 0Tqw atc' 1on4iab l mP; 25 cw llq, 1.5 HP. 3 Ph; 6-
itioned 34 foot cruiser. 104 rates. 14r'le ,nfortaflon Loil 12-24 ef power supply; fluores-
Continental -na-ine gas en- 2-314 cent lamp pin ball machine; Hal. R rner
ine. battery charger." head, galley ,croffer -20R 83-626 wi s. Peru Ave
Sbox. ingy, ishng chair, ou- WANTED TO BUY-60 cycle foice- c Ps Ng.
s etc. sleeps four. Panama 3- laIn rer gerato good condition. FOR SALE::Elght used fluoresceni
ITelephone -C rundoa 5177 4-tube n4ulrio 2 inf lamps. Inquire ofat -.
-_ ----- 4No 2e n B. Soso Street
1"igne with governor, lust
mouled, $80.00 The Texas Co Wol "Colors Done FO
mar Inc.- Tel Panama 2- FOR u lynitNi, 1d h I rv
-By Zone Resident A, Schoo up at Ill or lo G,.
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SFOR SALE On W'fJWB ToElstow AAfternoon
Real E..atCurrertly showing at the students from NI-
SALE: FOUR PURNISHIED UbIO- WB Armed Forces Servsce, crrtuens be gad-
APARTMENTS near beach at Sea- ce ,er, ls an exnmiotl of after nat-- .the U8AU An h.u
cliff Acres, th water and elect Colors oy Mrs. Annabel Myers. Sh1- Fprt GuHIk during IG
tricity. Property managed, this pro- IThe' exhibit, arranged in co- aG .1ermCon.ies tomorrow
Srrt. will pa itself- within 4 yedrs 1 peratia with th rC I ZJ I i N


I'ED TO SELL at $5,000.00 det* Art Lea e. is open for 9 a m. ent from Nicar- w
$6,000 00 en terms., to 10 p..-ally until July 31. afrom the In-
X.r4Posey, phone Balboa 2756. Mrs. is, a resident of the f Tactica The tmew 0dl a r at the
- SALE:-2 bedroom chalet, two Cfn.l f for the past 20 years den from Co- RAnizbow.Oe nal High
E 'dm ot wito armm Qiah.p4- h ch lonal High
btiolrooms, liv.ngroom. dinikgroom astuclled= with Miss B. Stur- love diplomas for School bA- 3s with
prue,. porch for Iqlundryi.No. tevant Gardner, well known ,'h- Antiaircraft registratoe of iw pupils and
Afirnesto T. Lifevre % ue artlat and supervisorr of art for tuI t ched
T. 3-1028. a the Canal Zone schools, and studetns were used for et July ia
OMf-.-.- with M, Mr. wonmnU.Qaydash. the school dur- the ,Vy a. .
SSALE: Three bedroom con- Tlough e artist specializesa g Priday. The Ttdea l ttim
nrete chalet $9.000 00. Easy pay- In landscaves, It Is her desire to gra from four class- few S by
t. Phone 2-3479. Panama. pasnt portrait J A water colors. es: ( ed Vehicle Mechan- Apg -' fa.mer ''" 'i
Included -.Al' the display are lea (2) Vehicle Mechan- j-
works whichWMrA. Myer painted csa, (3) 0C g, (4) Landmine tS n
.POSition Offered on her recent four-month tour Warfare. may
_______u_ ___ Ito South America. Particularly ris t
with excellent references lmpr'ssed with the west coast iof '! '
MUd for reputable estoblish.- e content, e offer sever- i I0S t -; '
.r Must speak English nd al Impressions of coastal scenes. r. boi ast ** Must
tl1ish fluentilyv. Write Box 323 N ,: hrt"t P bOfo A
j M, R. de P. for Interview. On exhibition iare: "Old MIll" r w ly If| "AsI um-
IontheeSkyline Drive; "Hills of I .
SMoliendo,"- Peru: "W h I 't willre-
.* Rucks'" Chll?- "Tocoplla,"- He Iw-ipN154 d Mw -in .e- ,
*l I Chile: "Street Sweeper,"--"Pan-
s'^ ~larna City (rom Herrick Heighta," (UP) PE0 l Ci :- .
;YBHN a Hill" ,.Hercules," "FPlazat dmi 'b sometimes'e--
YOU HEArmAs, S anttS ago, C ilt aiago Chle; Is a I,,0oth
Sldivid l "Oerhaud." "End of a Day's Arbl2nWa small 1', .'
a o n ger Shopping," "81iren." ru flM 're and his bu i
Just as your finger.- brd, Lta Aguilar, said their t .
prints differ ftem 'Queen Of Persia' "',I doAL ai -
dsyone else. your hlrinl T B Cerowned ntl .ie m '.dwifeasked l n
dividual and personll. ToBe Crownedt a S anybody ei to i --
for restored hearing Tomorrow Night em~ fat once or for-
Idual and personal. otde wi M a Goale de Avileu I .
YOU cre st posib Clotblde I, will be crowned lump" to i feet ,shouting
YOU greatest posIMS ..Queen of Persia" tomorrow :th- .c-
of new hearing. night at the Club Tania. The t 7N 1,,, et -,
coronation will be performed im -- .. ..'l .
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All-Women Exhibition of ?aLnt-
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she was firt discovered. Ralka.'
a famous u la sculptor, had
come to and stayed to'
mlarrel at the gira work.
"She has a endUiylty, a sup-
pleness, a degtrity," said Ralka
"such.as I have never yet found
Sn my seeing pupils."
But Olnette neez. she haa been
IM'." to the Aodin mai um with her
mother and with her quick fin-
d ers she ha "aeen" .the waTM,
Beautiful world of bronze art.
And with her slaster she
S1St been to the Salnte ChaLOeU.
There stands tl whole -hldtby
could not "see" It at all a once.
[t the P Ta- for the weather wsa cold and
I hson. willhe would have to stop often and
VwsfTjer-ry warm her hands,
Her family Oomes from Caeu.,
Sha been Put during the heavy Allied
w a w gen's bombing that preceded D-Day,
.L-evhneical her father die of a Oear attack
tta. The Their home was destroed and
o a fleet the Lerole moved to Parts In the
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By CARL LUNDQUIST *alio n League at three we bd@
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NEW YORK, July 23 (UP) Gil Hodges, who TEAMS W L Pet. ther ear next we r
.tarted off in reverse this year. soared to the top Brooklyn 59 32 .648 a tg. ra.i4 bib.tion (trip to J
n Major League run production today and it was ilwaukeea 53 37 .589 Moman sZ t
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Chicago 31 57 .352 tion th .h
SPittsburgh 30 66 .313 fbd i the PUnM t or
For it has been Hodges who a fly in the fifth. Chicago also Ar61Md PCas BaseballlM.
h Brooklyn indow-breaker The Phis topped ace Warren St. Louis at New York pIonsBht Aprilot thbis z.-
drive which uddenl found Spahn of the Braves 6-3 to push Chicago at Brooklyn th
hem leading the National them 5'1. games behind the Dod- Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Ac tthe l~~-ttettr_
gues by ^ 51, Milwaukee at Philadelphia ta Afoo?3Fnges?-% Sfv^ gabe
eague by 5'n games while the. -ers while the Giants came from Milwaukee at Philade phia tationtbfrtoldm 111Rs
kee marin n the American behind with two runs in the -can Ambaad
Reduced to 41, 'ninth to defeat the Cardinals TESTERDAY'S RESULTS team that the w Br
odgesdrove in seven runs in 6-5 and the Pirates edged Cin- Cincinnati 000 002 000-2 7 0 during the three-gn are t and
03 .11-1 sweep over the casual einnati 3-2 in other National Pittsburgh 101 000 10x-3 10 0'





n his fourth straight in t osnnnwon hm sen, Koslo,(2-8) nd Wes trum. ____________** 1
Slast night as first rookieonstant gained his th vetics Wemeer Collum 3-5) and .



ohny Podres and then Carl mad e 17 hits to defeat the Seminick. LaPalme (5-10)and n ge
Ine turned in lrustBrow ns 11-1 on we five-hitter by andlock.u,
btching job e i which eac obby Shmuant7. while the e r soTig r
k out10men. Padres g ave andmee oroSu. uain.ed o n t. L ouis l100 400 000-55 '
-x hits in winning his sixth in the other American League New York 010 10 00-.6 11 1
it game i the opener and games Chambers, ( -4 White, Bra-
rske yielded only four in The Phils made four runs in zle, Miller and Rice. Hearn, Jan-
W "i'ng his fourth straight In the first inning, two on a homer sen, Koslo .(2-8) and Watrum. ,
.e second contest. by Granny Hamner, as Jim "eg u s.
t it was big Bodies who Konstanty gained his 11th wvi- First Game (Twilight)
the way. He ran his runs tory. Spahn was kayoed when Chicago 100 101 000-3 6 1 1 m r- .
ied in total to as5, putting the Phils made two more in the Brooklyn 240003 1 0-9 i, ce.ndM-L







meanelle at saran ine ric tin g str eak to 15 ames with a Campanella. Pdcago 5h02) and A t h
*lCampan2ehla, and making Alvin Dark extended his hit- Cullough. Podres (6-2) and
Lat this stage of te racet
S candidate for most single that drove in the winning r i
player honors. run for the Giants after Whitey Second Game
SYankees rant intotrouble Lockman's single had tied the Chicago 000 000 100- 1 4 0 l 1
eveand again, losing their score. Hak Thompson and Wes Brooklyn 021 011 3x-11 13 1
Straight to the Indians, rum hit Giant homers while Church (7-5), Simpson Leon-
as iMike Garct a seat- olly Hemus and Steve BIko ard and Garagiola. Erakine (9-4)
it Da o de- homer ed for St. L ouis. d amao. t to
0 h10 onits. Larry Doby de-Twd W ar npo neRa .
breaking doubl e for and Hal Rice singled in the win- Night Game 1 r W
winning g run and robbed ning run in the seventh in a Milwaukee 000 200 100- 10 'slL
lhs t hterhnnytze aseven-hit victory for lefty Paul Philadelphia 40 002 0000x-6 0 1 I.. i4j9,'
td- slam homer in the eighth LaPalme of the Pirates. fpahn 12-4), BIford,

























sothpiwha onded Detrogi lm arm ln aprt 14 Nfewd, Bur- YorkI 01 0r
a one-handed catch. Yogi -t a ied o-- dette and Cooper. XonstmantyM ll
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a homer 2Hodges o f the Dodgers, who w -
White Sox closed in on hit two homers and drove in Too kan"
Trucks' seventh straight seven runs to take over thee -S
1-0 four-hitter over lefty Major Leue Iu lead er me hip
Parnell of Boston gained with 5 as Brooklyn won 9-3 TLA W L 16- a m.e-r. as
Chico Carram squei tripled n sP 11-1 dedns from the, New York 9 .Ut
Nellie Fox scored him with Cubs. geti to Chicago 57 34 .r 269. DO8 1
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Tigers. proven to bethis slasonbt vitor Ytin DAY' th RinnUn T t ma mSeg
Tigers r eaiers The Doorn efty3,0 t eru B osae t 0 00Cleveland 00. 1, .
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news yesterday came fare s were n the stnd w en Phladl. ia nt St. Loui (N)ar
wighrs sothere team ha btmpo.lnt-ino o
nea hewont T e 1e Prove to bIe his last vict ory 00.TWAe pe r elarr d to
soreanred lefdayes: To on BDetrot-brn lefty, trou-re a rm Nig t a rds otns, 3o U Pr
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paw he ish odithsons He decialoy Mwano i a4loss ohyite Te as e and polar.. C b t
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Srather pitch for Detroit ie ebut sot niy were that the P helan 100 200 1011 9 g u
aM. wa other tean ain the few pitchers we t had were Ld orve d (".2u 10-0, and ReIte d.
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Apgas' Avid Fans No Compred,,


By HABRY GRAYSON
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INW YOEK, July 23 Here's
a brand new pitch on the
minors' difficulty with major
league broadcasting and televis-
ing.
Most of te "vid aficionados
of the Mexicall A and the
Juarez Indioa don't ea Eng-
lish, so don't both1r about te-
levised "belsbol," game-of-the-
day broadcasts and re-creations.
No comprende, senfor.
so Mexicali and Juarez of the
Arizona-Texas League have no
atendanee problem. The Me-
icall Aguilas. or Eagles, are
striving for the highest at-
tendance in Clas C. The ad-
miion for 40 games totalled
something like 80,000.
"The figures are never f ar
off," reports Ben Foote of The
Phoenix Gazette. "The Mexican
government has a man at the
gate, takes its count, collects a
two per cent admission tax be-
fore anybody else gets his."
Center 6f a thriving agricul-
tuiRl. area on thi erder, Mex-
Icali has 70,000 peee, is bigger
than its nearest American
neighbors- Calextco and El
Centro, Calif. When.the Aguilas
At are home-paFticulrly on
Sunday-tre custqfers literal-
ly Water down the fences get-
ting in. Entire families, with
lunches and gallon others bot-
tles arrive early to-grab the best
seats. If it's an especially mag-
antic attraction, suwc as an
opening game or a doupe-
header wh Juares, the other
Mexcan team' in organized
baseball, there's hardly rom
left for the player
WHEN TUCSON LAUNCHED
the 1953 campaign before 9000
paying gets in a park accom-
modating 4000, the considerte
management even sold choice
seats the dugouts. he ath-
letes aned against, box Meat
rails near, the. batting chrle.
The howling mob packed the
sidelines like a gallery following
Ben Hogan, lined us in Tows in
the utftleld. Amhersecret of
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keeping the game close to tit
patrons.
As a rule Mexicall addicts am
very fair-minded, Since their
town through attendance ar
ed the right to host the i% Alt's
All-Star Game, the .a6b r
lustily for some Of the
lean Al-Star pitchers th= q t
seeing for the first time,.
Riboing Is strictly 4,1
natured. After an oppaialng RM'4
ter strikes out, there fLiftM.
tling Jeering chant in U te'l
his steps back to the .d4 out,-
Then everybody laugl hertN a
as though to say. "We do
only because we like you. ;
There had best not bq aya', *
thing in the nature of a _
cheer when Maebli loses, hjM T:
ever, for then it beo
dangerous. 0
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AFTER THE ALL-nBaiAW
Game, Cal Humphreys, youil"
Tucaon pitcher, threw his I
in the air In wild delight.
turned out to be the si*gal fr4 f
a shower of beer maso
cushions.
Jack Powell had watched--
game from the front Iow
sunken point of vantage
the diamond at about e r
Powell, the. National
tion's western umpire '
visor,, found to.his cha
Mexicali fans do not
ily drink all their suds
firing. .jr ,
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more mist than a San Fr.adF
fog." he laughed. ..
Home runs, whether tbq
favorite son or an opoanalLI
spell wild demostra ton,
eluding feet stomping
threatens to shake
stands as flat as the ImperI.
Valley.
Mexicali fans have so mau
fun that they wouldn't -
major league radio and vietF .
even ift they understood it,
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pWu ba Us op ball.a in. I mast. will be he .ecord
hT-her sma-made qtrueture In The only stlishe
The fivetooot-tO, the woZ M AMEOi9blbN5 *f where auto burs aS
Se July is$aklng Gentim Dabs YOrk cIty' Ipe Stab Dufid-
bet year, ty- !t Sll )0 'of TS w IuL0-olucst"dnw at a cot qauto seller meet.
record forwAlk .tS.,' lb awaitsapprovalof th
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SFoied On West Berlin Bord
American Activities Committee
the committee is using meth-
ods that play "into Communist BERLIN, July 23 -(UP)-A The Neue Zeltung said the tons, amid new reports of mass SIXgA ...6 _w
bands." Oxnam demanded that 20-man West Berlin police riot uranium mine riots began arrests and executions by fir- te e United
it "publicly announce the mis- squad rushed to the city's when workers demanded the ing squads. Even tod yX ht o hbZ"
takes" it has made in linking East-West border today to release of 1,200 of their corn- The United States and W t Berllners brved
him to Communist front prevent kidnapping of two grades arrested in the June 17 Germany defied Soviet ct_ campaign of ."e Hile".
groups West Berlin border police by rebellion, against distribution of jtoo e ramst oirmany's WUat
six Communist police armed The uneasy BEat German hungry and rebellious Eas mist r ol Justice. T
** whih submachineguns. Communist government in- Germans.- orame a the border
Communist police early to- creased its dread secret police as thnousandi to pick 'Up1o
day crossed the city .border today to combat a wave of Their position was,; We parcels In Wasti erln.
.HOU r-cnsome 10 yards Into the Ameri- strikes and hunger demonstra- will deliver the food," sme told of serious food shortages
oUs ucan sector near Potsdamer throughout the Soviet Zoe
H ePlatz and ordered two Western "Red Hlde's" campaign of
patrolmen to follow them back | terror w reported striking A SCOUT Waldo Younlker.I
li n into East Berlin. throughout the Soviet ane I of water very refreshing to
S A squad of 20 West Berlin ieaIa ruthless campaign to end through the Boy Scout Jamb
SpIt O Ufl rUUo policemen raced to the bor- A C the wave of series which h, i search of some friend. His.
der in a riot car and Chased crippled the CommunisA eco- how b* the M .W
bac komm'iss bac.cr. 'Bell Book And Candle na--.
O Pr tsa teThe border incident took oudroep Ofrwsorkers erse
O Prot p as the sovie zone go v-- reported tested In te s Loan
ernment was said to have sent "Bell, Book and Candle," the credit, of the skeptics. AfSterU s wne of .ainsit t Tformerly a La l
Communist police army units John Van Druten comedy in it's easy enough too o tote tOFbersen gon-EOdOL.
WASHINGTON, July 23 to Saxony uranium mines to which Rex Harrison and Lill Drive In by a uteomobO, bt avNe Mess arests were report in
(UP;-The House Un-American crush a new anti-Communist Palmer recently cast a long-term tthe ever tried smoo on a Welmar en l en 1H Ir O
Activities Committee which yes- uprising which local police spell over Broadway, arrived at broomstick? Like as no. they terms were eted eut t
terday cleared Methodist Bish- were unable to cope with. El Panama last night In the care wouldn't know which end was leaders, and lb Zfurt, Ralle, .*
op 0. Bromley Oxnam of Corn- The Neue Zeitung, official of the Circle Theater. witch. Eisenach A Dresden. AmAILLO, r.,Jn Is (M) KseV. .tm
miUnist ties split wide open on German-language newspaper It appeared wearied by the Teoa, erftetrradi e. h'tre/c otfWt. it
the question of how far to of the U.S. high commimon, journey. Who wouldn't,. having Bob nggiaw, merllwt wa oa sar owerU e t thre e MUh ^o
o in a investigation of Reds said police army reinforce- come all the way from Brdodway to aterll ae trumpe .he.I did th by Soviet2i .a lar d
the #rotes taftergy. way _3 dat tae Hen P:1 .thvb
the Protestant clergy, ments were rushed to the by broonistick? In ""Bon Yesterday," E.aw am ti est a t t l
to have bhedn fhot rb wd1' rsedwrk
apparentlyy heading for a uranium mines after "serious The tinkle of the bell had lost fKed court to Miss Dowswdl be- steel works mS .
show-down on the Reds-in-the- clashes" took place there over some of its silvery tone, the book Ingf muuh beset by various ed W 81 111A61atZ* 11 D o f
church issue, Rep. Francis E. the weekend. The newspaper was dogeared here and there, hazards not normaly es- Wt have be shot by S IEt .
the committee call for ques- The newspaper said on Somehow, last night's per.,- suitor merited all eao i
toning Methodist minister Jack Monday several units of the formance missed that touch of His pqht as san rtt, a.. o v.- .
Richard McMichael and retired para-military "barracks peo- magic. As the basic proposition quite a bet, too. &W" 'W os- gbd a t per- hos S l
Prof. Harry F. Ward. Both pie's poipe" were sent to of the play is witchcraft, "Bell, posed to be the ono -li.As tl ... t I
were named as Communists in the mines, nea the Czech- Book and Candle" without magic udltorltm1 (f that t.he tI6) 'l: s nSa S, .Pa t
teceut sworn testimony. border, presumably after ls in about the same difficulies unpsdied of the powers of -
But Rep. Clyde Doyle (D- miners overpowered local po- as a Juan Franco race horse with !wit P- In point of 1W -, ,
Calif.) protested that the comrn- ice. only three legs. And who will ar- portion of the audience. ibined Q WT
mittee already has "gone too Two hundred miners were gue that at Juan France there uninvited In this facet ,1W his y sent .b :
far" and is "getting beyond arrested for "rebellion" and are not many such? role, crowding him no litheTO
the limits of looking into in- "Inciting to provocations," the Doreen Dowwell and Bob Log- o B a
divdual members of the cler- newspaper said. gialat n t took the LMll Davis, besides directg,- took repo a e
Re." The six policemen In Berlin Palmerandtex Harison pirts.It the paOfNitky, mor oriS. .
Bep. Donald L. Jackson (R- rushed across the border shout- Is a perilous move for players to. wlsard.4tpchlef, or wander bo epu'rtW
Calif.), who previously accused ing "the time has come, we step Into parts which have been The aIsthmus knows few persons 'i
Bilhop Oxnam of serving "God are going to get you." West Ber- virtually tailored to order for a more t.ease on a stage Vthe"-i' vt lWB
on Sunday and the Communist lin police headquarters said well-knowp star. Lines and so- Davis. Last night he turnemid oft ,Is in
fronts the rest of the week," The Comunist pointed tion are moulded to the man- as perMasive a performance as 2 M t "Ms-
said Tuesday's 10-hour ques- their submachine guns at the ner and arts of that star. ever he bas. Ittlshl who -.* Ofl-11b
toning showed Oxnam was af- two Western patrolmen and Comes a layer of different 1ef tboS 11 TA 8 S is
lated with "dubious organiza- ordered them across the bor- manner arts, and what be- With sensitivity for the mn weae be
inn.mood of anaudience,Actorr ,.
der into East Berlin. comes of the subtleties with ood of an audience, Actor
t the conclusion of the x- While t Western police-which th nal star conveyed Davis mut last night have a- -oL Otto -t Udwith ewo e
traordlnary session Jackson in- men, who were armed only the finer nuances of the play? lerted Director Davis to the chIef lI -e_- i ,.w fi
started a statement in the Con- with revolvers argued with "Bell, Book and Candle" is need fogetting the spell more sid to have been otd ad
gressional Record saying it was the Commanlsts, a passer-by held together by nuance. Some- firmly.cst on all present In the arrested July -i1 .e6Ruge he bY
ot "within the jurisdiction of phoned Wet Berlin pollee how. whether the fault lies n first act. Otherwise the re- had shown W W. y t.ward.
b.e committee" to e lear Oxnam headquarters. Paul Davis' direction or in diffl- nmainder of the evening turns rebllous wv. 'si
llged membership n front a matter of minutes a cult inherent in the need for out to be little more than an
oxtanizations. West Berlin riot squad arrriv- her to take over Lilli Palmer's exercise lx remembering and sgecears weare 4ee
chairman Harold H. Velde ed and the Communists re- subttlety as well as her lines, deliverlg lines. Like a weddingB ey failed to
( o-:.) said he had drawn no treated across the border. Miss Dowsell never got her ceremony enough senten ess

tesaa formerG g Reception T Be ea. vres another whou esrs te .
affirm or deny things which& H in diction, equipnedra knows her wy round aestage.
rned for the firsttime Held In Honor Sa cl hon

York, and McMchael were A reception will be held in paitural proclivities, 4 jacket can join Davis
lals of the Methodist Fed- th the '. R. Percil and Cndle" dese not m e and M t W ratin te list of ;
of oal Service of William bson uffraan Bish a of sense. The audience t who so much as once
b Bishop Oxnam was ohne o of Kingston, in the garden of at to T n ankep atics who et s 1r lt of character. Mrs. .
president. Theyarn were Cathedral of t. Luke, An- nma evng in witch her pardon, m
as Reds at a recent eon, on Saturday, from 5 to 6:30 tae p more than a cool oter.: ws er W but a witch,e.
ee subcommittee hearing in p. e the love problems of war- wle y a rt er en
York. The reception is being given lok s rers and kindred scrat the urfacen of hin D.is a l
SDmocrathic a committee mem- by the Ep al Churches oe h part, no the surface of any- b -l .t "l. "
bms said they never wefre no- Pacific wid e public is invit- This proflhaded attitude to the one ellinse. des i
aids of the MNew York hearing. thed w- honor ooing of wI t e"des not tomake and Mt l ttIn the list o
o lSIt was rnabitious of the Circle to u
Bishop O was on ofn the garden of skepticswhonott of character. Mrs
blen as together as in m, aid:
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trium the end of the Luki ADIw=
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ost on subcommitteehearingloveproblems of war- whle Davs and h
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fih t h It ambitiouiS of the Circle om 4 01 t e4
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