The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
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WASHINGTON, Aug. UP) A bill to PO-
retIei t benefit' to former Canal Zo. np a
t*foit dto be. mc Inid in the reiremnt t of I
nmiia.eton the a4r of t House as I. Congrl. '
joum4n its first s.sion.
I bIU was approved by the nose MenchAnt
and Fishdrs Cominitee, and a similar bid ws applvi
in 10S. hSwI. It as stiff on the so-celled "UaU Ci
due of th House when t Cobgres01 adjourned, hoq
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.t.e t.~ lhpmih bWit apparently was overlooked ii" e
iHM t ailh finishh the urgent busims of the -

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The Mail ton as an open tomnm ftor ..ders of The Ponom
T ken. Leftoer ae received gratefully end aet handled in a whole
dentisl manner.
I v yi contribute a letter don't be Impalient it it doesn't ap
**xt day. Letten are published in the iord r received.
Please trr to keep th letten limited to one peso length.
Idemity et letter writers is held in str ercst confidence.
ia aewapeper assumes no respoemiibIity flt datheansts ea
expresed in ltten from reearm
To be sung in Bee Sharp (B#) by
people; Hay Flat by Noo-mahn.
Sly Noo-mahn
Yore name gone abroad
Sly Noo-mahn
Yore naeme gone abroad
Noo-mahn corn from dee GAO
Hact like im got a row to hoe
All im do Is take my dough
Sly Noo-mahn.
Shy Noo-mahn
You foolish like a brute
WVry Noo-mahn
Yo want we should skoot
Noo-mahn build up dee local-rate skool
Put an end to dee white-man rool
White-man soon to prove he a fool
Fry Noo-mahn
Pry Noo-mahn .
For the 13 dohah per day
What, you does do?
Use hit for play
Mongoose say him get hosDikal bill
Hinsurance compz nee upon dee hill
Ring UD dee r-onee and fill u the ill
Rah! Noo-mahn.
8-ply Noo-mahn
Yo head is big and brod
But 2-ply Noo-mahn.
Yo brain is small like a pod
Canal Zone boy wine treat you rough
Make yo reelize what Is a cuff
Seek again and we will call u o bluff
Shy Noo-mahn
Try Noo-mahn
To listen to dis tele
Why Noo-mahn, did I reely hear yo vwal?
Mongoose brought ova from Hafrica
To kill dee snakes in Jahbayca
Snakes finish quick and so is you
Good-by Noo-mahn
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Sa fir
By Victor Riesel

ESSEN.-There's a lush gam-
Wling casino not too many au-
tobahn miles from here ut l At
Newenahr. You can wander
amongst its roulette wheels nd
tables any summer night with
an informed German friend -
a Amse- who'll point out a group of mon-
ly coati. ey comes irom. There are some
labor leaders who believe that
poes the tiere have been Soviet agents
lippingg into this Ruhlr area-
the center of what Nili tstngth
there is-to offer support and ...
epi'e' to urge the still surviving top
Aides of Hitler. Goebs apd ?.
Von Ribbentrop to contact the
big German industrialls, .
The Russians are known to
have sent word that they are '-. S
willing to buy heavily from '-00 /
these giant plants if 1 ok/bw
can get a friendly, non-military ,
united Germany. l -
The unions here know that
British Foreign Minister An- .
thony Eden told U. S. Secret*
ry of State Dulles that the
Ivazis in this area, who qre in-
fluentlal in GerwaWvjt third
largest party (Free dlitocrni*-
Ic Party), have contacts be-
hind the Iron Curtain. Labor
leaders In Dus41edrf, tthe
unions' national headqMarters
city, told nme they rwe con-
vinced that the BrIts have
evidence of this ANN-Com-
iunist link and tay soon
make it public.
The union chiefs (@1 the DOB,
which is the AFL-CIO at Ger-
many) also know that the form-
er Nazi paratrooper, Otto Shor-
zeny, who seized Begit Muuso-
lint from the Allies, ( lects the
new Nazi international network
from an office in 'Peron's Ar- __
gentina. There Peron and the
exiled Nazis and several Com- -
mtnist missions are working
together. -TL
One hears mu -pooh- ose
Ing of All this amron -'the I-
iicials yo04 meet I llcB, l- .
plomatic and internat sal press ': y U
circles. Which, of course, arous-
es considerable bitterness
amongst the German labor lead- -
However, it is absolute fact MUNICH. Germany.- The Germans, It se m as victors. The
that the British have seized to me, have bounce back remarkably well .from in the days of
thousands of documents, through the horrors of war, except posibly In Berlin. naktl glimpse
which their intelligence officers where they are having revOlutifo on one side shabby people i
are poi ing right now for leads and a film festival on thle dt er Tnat wouli In se. a
on this conspiracy. ever bethle pattern R tusa emancipation yellow ttSthp
on the Eiast, starvation, Inftlaon and sirlte ; on t tie tns' ia
It is a fact that the Free the West, a film teslsvl. pastoral opere t
Democratic Party leaders are in hdainZ around lately, wheyer you- The peasants
heartsicklover the Naais' in- g0 o )onfe eermsaxs. 7W. W ea4* i ? They do m% Am
filtration into. their Part andt m pan I Italy. Th it cars. M m art it,
are tesees the ars they are eviaent.Aflunt i i t tow W 4.
Se ran. t sn M ne there estr- ar owded with *t- 4r b
network built up inside it by abroad. Nwtta 11
Hitler's veterans. In Ag cb T he streetns and lies an ast- we .
cles. fte-bialverl~te and blertuWad s we
And Cliance Dodnauer, one hausn US Qtnwided with a".
T' of the lqe as;au d a un-d i ?hantc wit ua tt. la-t f
e It ie 61tiu th at aUm t fl hI dL ,
woLld 4tzwerb evnoA .mi o 1-aOm Va

rti~bed by the Nazls' iniraon amin U you jud JU Rom Ir nev E01111.
into one of the Partih Pstiies in kotherolling h tzrth
government coalition, a traffic h than
I've combed this Ruhr area"accamplament ip sun Is
with some of the labor edera- the one thing that never n
tion's bright younh men andfore the o U a car was a very rich t n's Itaxy.
I'm cor t inr ed th theefos a No it le no much thing. I used to thihk that
right in their efforts to public e r -a wa overcrowded
the Nazi story. They have thewith the price of etrol a der a
facts. That's what counts. And e ici lin, with tae ce oh petro l as dear as
it's weird to hear the very same nith nllu car hi itiv n th se r
elements in Europe who are With e tigalM d cars prohbitie in e odt, h wnteA
eager to prove that the U. S. is t he hi s are more cluttered than at boh e,
going hyVterical and tocalitar- and the u. s nightmarish with traffic assU.
S goingg hysterical azi ndotaon la The G an do not like to reamgber war.
J han,eere opeton DohaW, where the atrocities Otcurred, one
True, the Nazis are limited of the ex-lanmtes had a good thin going in the
to this powerful industrial area, way of 0cogaucted tours, with little saouvenirs to
o tr ea ll in msf of the happy time under the
and some points south. But here Hitler ule. They removed him from bis shill.
men who have political Iniluence They do not like to remember Dachau.
are some of the very active They do not like to talk war. AUl the blond
In a region of some 5,000,000 Ariya th lederhosen, whining by on their
e's a Dr. Ernst Achen- motorbis and volkswagen, do not remember
hts, za a Dr. Ernst A hhen-
bach who was the "brain" for war fts. t they clnk steins in the H.lrau-
O..tto Abetz, Nazi chief in France. har l iulnr made famon s ,n w ten to
There's a Wol fan Dewee the ucha*l 'mpsts and appear on the surface
whE is pd snal asIstant to SO
head of the Influential Free
Democratic Party in this"state,"
S which roughly consists of the
AR 'EAR!-In striking contrast to today'Ls lteomtjeus hear. DEtrolts, Pittsburgs, Young-
is ais are these, worn by the hald-. t-hering d aStg the tlth stowns, Oarys and Buffalos of
iathy..Mrs. Ole Schinke shows the trumpets =d tab at an Germany, This Diewerge was
SJlit in the Armed rcn Institute in W thungton, none other than Chief of Broad- .
casting for the Nazi Ministry of .
Propaganda. W,)-The Republican 83rd
And this Nazi partel-comrade ut con.i a0gle
of Ooebbel's now is training .0ent. For a n diathe'
election speakers for the Free r5C low in astments
Democratic Party here. General A =Sr um.
There are also former 88me Commiseagir Philip
igi C TAl chiefs; former Hitler youth a t 10 p Mas-
TODAY ,uII-fchiefs and personal adjutants. t o to a
TODAYAnybody who wants the names a
.uKm I can have the list from me whn lbt were
I return. were
Present: addition there are little tablm have rM to 1700.
Psts parties such as "Das Reich, Civil set notes. of va-
-ESs which has collected arsenals canc M bt had Wi me
for use on an "X-Day" andfour of cold
S which distributes anti-Cath-
olic and anti-Jewish propa-.. II
-.R"' K When I was in Dusseldorf '~lcants S
fE N '1 'R .A M recently I looked in on a week- Pos
end parley of "delegates" from ono
29 litle parties which want to of th or
merge into one big "National
Rally" outfit-and the Nazis
BOB HOPE r heavy that one. too pt
BOB HOPE If anyf these groups shows w
anyMICKEY ROstre in the September year af .
MICKEY ROONEY national e~lleUons, this powerful
labor pag will tear hem unr
MARILYN MAXWELL apt, pll lly if necessary.tunt
No ritou tao Benson
in --waiting f or"uror teoret U
have any influence ever again. ee5

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the century! vn,
the funniest comedy team!
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so much patience with as during the first two days of our 21st ANNIVERSARY SALR
WE 7 we were imable to give you our usual efficient and friendly service. Frankly we wern
not lch a huge. crowd, but we have done everything is our power to remedy the situation.
We.~ give you our best service for the remainder of our Sale, which is being. continued until
SA RDAYt T 8tl.' .
We w .Oke to lwag to your attention that we are adding continuously new merchandise to our
ANNIVERSARIAE, thus assuring you of new special values every day of our Sale.

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA> Be- It's going to be a big "No."
ntind the Screen: June Allyson's "Our voices," says Vic. *are too
a type to take to the pay- well established with the public
t's couch, but she's for a trick like that. it wouldn't
f to a Cinerama-sized work and I wouldn't care to do
Ity complex that wasn't it."
unItil she left the MOM'
t I About his broken romance
-V.1ttle unbelievable" she with Joan Benny and rumors
Onthe set'of "The Glenn I that Jack and and Mary had
mil 1 .y" at U-I. "but 1 broken up the engagement. Vic
thou t 1I wasn't a very good ac- confided: "None of .it's true
tress or MOM. would have given Joan and I went our separate
me better plotures, ways. but so~fethig could still
-I even got to the point %%here happen w'itlh us. M ry and Jack
I refused musicals. The last one were woriderful it me.'
was 'Good News' After that I
detlded I conildt-sling very -well.I H,... IT' A S CEET
It was a mistake. I now realize. S
to refuse to do musical but I 11's al1b9VO WFto be a deep
got'-progressivelv unhappier." secret. but. U-I Ls planning to pyt
,Even her last MGM film, "Re- Ava Gardner's poet laureate,
WMains to Be Seen." makes June bullfighter Mario Cabre, under
.wine6 now that offers for plum oontraet ..,. If Vivien Leigh's
role and checks in six figures health holds up. she'll costar
are Pling waved at her. with h vy.S aurence.Olivier
ated thkt picture," she in a filavern of 'Anthony
lIr&lI've never been more mis- and Cleot r .. Ddtgghave
er le than wbhn I made It. Imn pronou ed rs. Bobby Van
0o the kind t persea to go (Olane re in tip-top shape
1uiota around in black lace lf Iowi a ... egory
.amilr Wn.s. But when I com- Peck deTnOd l f art's of-
Vplained, the studio said .they fe to costar wi .1 'Queen
wanted to show a new June AI- EsthberAA t f 1ypt."
,)vson. I said. 'What's wrong with
the old one?'. ...
I. "They couldn't tell me-and Stepbe~ti*ti.tla.Planning
,at's why I left MOM.'" a filn own best
seller. hh acb!lcse," in-
I'ank Sinatra has shelved apired by .vt. .lAWnk and
to buy into a Las Vegs Jennifer Jones. its hA &lU-
r castle and live ofrf Te thor:
fits from dice and roulette -- ,
income tax toys: I hear tell. "Of thA boo was
Frankle yelig "U n c I e" about Ii Jeunife r. It
n they stqArtd to check Into w ewas story of, the
source 9f the waq. that' fSth'" f i.kni '
kie was reported to. have dtfea2 ." .f _,L4blet 1
as an investment Alde. his own h U SelnI k, Tod
p the novel, t h I tol I4 t
ONNOR GANS flefiction. MGM tied to rewrit.
for a mqqle. lut I decided th
Dnald O'Coqnor's medics arP take the kick out of It o. 'oA
Muffig. The lanB added 17 produce It myself whin the te
pounds... Anne Baxter's teny- Is ripe."
*s reports'of a romance with ".
,Paul Gregory. for whom she'll
,tour in the fall in the plav "John
,Rrown's -BOdy." .. Party S c0u1t N e wv
freeze: Corinne Calvet's snoub.,
lbor-Ok'Ltta Baron. Corinne .. .- ".l .
once dated Lita's hubby. Rory Atlantic Side Bade Clinic
Calhoun. Of Girl Scouts to be Held

Slpy1rwood'a overlooked it InI
it years, but now a movie is,
la comed- back where it
hope has thle onlv comedy
*- w'! )t ne hrer. "n.
iW'a." and Drector" Nr n
Z McLedd's beaming:
"WI's a return, to,th& old msvie
succe's formula. I've seen some
awful sudlesi I, .the lat few
years. Th'ey weren't funny be-
eanuse ven the villain had com-
edy lines." p

The third session t-
lantic Bide Sout b c
Wf1 hbfiB Thitr day. -
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|nee and rd. ewjt la
Clute and Mrs. Louise a ney.
The second badge elinlo, for
first aid and personnel help, will
meet with the aforementioned'
group at Cristobal Union Church
at 9 a.m.

H. Those attending the tree and'
S array Essex is dickerinr for bird badge dens are to provide
the film right to "Prince Bart." themselves with raincoats.
the novel so many people decid-
ed was bas based on John Garfield's For further information please
movie career. .. There's a mov- call Mrs. Henry Bigelow, tele-
ie producer who wears wrinkled phone 36-8552.
clothes and tennis sneakers In
the Broadway-bound musical.
"Las Vegas." .Or .ther'.was until
H. H. reads tl\. Help yO PHoU
Anybody at MOM with 'Idea Don't suffer from painful, ttec
that Vic Damoere-c- be talked Ples1 another hour without tryln
into oDening his let- s.J'ta eurbing PIl-.I He a
ting the voloe of' Marlo Lanza CEMs in. and l iIt 95.1 p
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dent Prinpe" ahoult chedk with Nervousnen. Ask yoUar
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w it bMbehed their pk sq. AuMst with MS deathla. This U per cent
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No. 12,179 Ceni AveE .

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$OR SALE:-Modern mahoginy din- FOR SALE: 1949 Buick 4-dear ZviI Auime C. I Panama 3.1877. r
ing room set. one month olu if ) Sedan, muper. dyitalow, radio, x- Ci
cycle G F. waohing machine. 8 cell nt rubbr, plus moagniicet DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.Houses n beachO
tubes radio. MisE r, upholstery work. Smoot y Hun- Central Avenue pK" Phone SHStAreNetn Cm lboe.s 38 [p "
S After 3 3 0 m House 2129. B nicute SA. A 1th. St. Central Ave.I _nr Telephone 2-3479. Panama. se Scarr4oker thits 3-i l
phone S-32, ____ Tel. 800 Clps. A VISIT TO THE .AN BIAS a -,. a r ![wlzzJ
FOR SALE -2$ Cycle refrigerator FOR SALE--1947 D:So,o 4 doorl ISLANDS! AUGUST.^ 7, .a h t
25 cycle mnachne Lr.o. w.ih radio, in good ccnd.tcin realiThe rip at 5our life. A urg tga- ff. Elect -,. I C
leurns 6 x 9 Vonify & Ltnch. QrrI bargain price Appy No. 5060.lJount thru the Panama CB"o'a l b 4to7. C- -te
.219 Albrook AFB Phone 86- Apt. 2. 8th. St Sta ,Lobel. Colon. lon, San Blas and.Porte ell. A 3 bo 4* 4567.P 'i
,5140 trip aboard the Hot:, El Panama's' I ORSanta ClarE t
-40 -- FOR SALE:-1949 Fo d 2 D-r. ,S- Fe5cadoro. Lea.e Balboa Friday 6 a. 2 bedrooms, fref
rOR SALE--A beautiful li.ngrcom don Very good con:.i on. $850 m.. arrive Culon 2:30 p. m:, leave s. Blbo sw
set, almost ne. in $175 00 cadh 00, 572-D. Cur.,ndu Hgts Tel Colon 9-.0 p. m. for San B!os and ,5'k-ends .
or $225G 0 on credit i 75 00. 83-3122. Call 30 m.. Pc.;o Bell turningg Colon Sunday Fster', s Cottages .
Down n'v. *-* 2 1062. Co- FOR SALE:-1949 Bui:k Convertible ofletncon. Through the Conal Man- nta Clara Phone
coli. Ask for Judy. _____w-w fires. new paint for only $1.- dcv 6 a. m. returning to B- booa. Cra.

top kitchen tdtble. 8 $. FOR SALE:-1950 Stp.eaaok.r. Ex- lh ing. and ,our camera and rolls" HOU
chess, i44 thee nd ning table. $40- cellent condition 16.000 n les at to'o frm.mNPoe make rc liva- FOR RENT:-2 r
00.* 4 r dinngtae. $ Low down paycrt.Liberalterm- FOR RENT :-2lios a u v
500 .ons bed and mot. Caa ll Curundu 5245 ,ist, or Jurgle J" rce at Pan- n.ooim, porch. c di .
Rd 3rd houe below Cable Office. FOR SALE:--Custom Cl b Ccup. E ama 3. 1660. Speig for goup&s f Tie .
OR SALC-Wenghoureut- 950 r sect cotr b:a cat 10 to 16 people. ,Eq e sX
FOR S.ALE -- Wesurnghoa.e out.a excellent, motor ,c:'nt y over-, -- .Try your "- Enuie^qA|
ma.. Laundromat one yar old hauled. Balboa 2. 59, btween tween riI t o erch club f ENT- le
2 cce, $225 -00 or 1 ltod 8 4 wrth or- itcubo *lInce now occupl) by eChlean
ti ( 60 -ycle. Aluminum Venetiaon ----.-.. --,r--, .A E .Ambassador, Telephlan .7
4;lind 42 l' x 68" 5$1000. Used'FOR SALEL--19P eftevro'rt 2.door Cemiaol Avanm 113 Panama -* '. .
: bob. and bass.nette and carriage Sedan. power gi de. rcdio, fine Cr"e .-'. *----. -- '-
* 3.90. House 424 Gatun. Phone upholstery, five gcod t res. exc.t- rv RA C I ) L LOT o110.
5-523 lent buy or.only ll,45.00. Smoct FOR ENT
'_ -_ --'--.-- y Hunnicutfi. A.. 1th.St. C-ntrol MiBgell eOa FOR RENT
FCR SALE: 60 cycle Kenmore Avenue.' Te. 8OOiCaon A rm t 8
*' wa$shng -c0ne. 2 h El., FCR SALE: Billiard toZ!e 9n very [, ,w
bicycle $-5 00. 26 inch Ey SALE: Nc.... .. r rM condition toihR EbN r.
e25 00. 2526inich. 217E1 yB O L ---e ., ,d d RENT- Prpied e room *F -. n r,
: a l u, n C, Z M on ler,. y hair (lb p C on ... t.b !c -e ," op t m t sin~re pericn. V io t- ,._,J i -:
nu, C Z yellow and blel x r ent c-no.- 8. La Boca. apartmre. Phone e2-1078; Racn. Via -
tion, aoil over:Pedro Mgui Di:- F,.< S/.LE:-1950 Nash, radio, o. d. J nedetti. g e green, mil, ires.,
s ,t4i- io&-nA rorar,-o pensary rom 8I -674. r- no seot-bed. etc. 1950 Har- -ATENT.ON 20 I f,-,,, -m' 1 90 0*
4 S u CliOn Onere nanle C ran b.fancfvi or dsoad" in.e D hyd glcle.a, l ATTENTIONS I., f.onished dern ,
ATeL7aK.l A'- 4m.two-7hreeLba7Zr epl' rt.
D:-Sales agentsfor club. FOR SALE 947 K.:r S50. Call a. Telshone 2227, Klls, Al- rt. Hot, cold water. 5-
y with your Identification card 2-4172' Beao CcOn be seen at broo Fire Station. 4941
1, itmrneti. Good opportunity for 5520-C, Diablo. c' v. FOR SALE:-A few rebui t typewrit- "R RENT Fmih.d apdrtn e u
Noi."td persons. Poi:ien Furni- I SALEM-1949 Ford Comupe with er, various size:, e4ch w,,h new I0vin 1iEnrm T h
S No.168 Centrol Avl enue L du .u cover. Price 10.00 Act now lving-diningroom, .fb en.2 0 LoE
opportunity for ycung man meat, wY b1l y Sme't y Hun" x eone 3-1167. 9 tCl ...#_2 to UH 1C K
SSritpd hove long experience as cutt L..A. SLih St. Central Ave., FCR SALE: -- Piano Upright &'rane 6. _m, toC ,
SShlmon. MuA t speak Spanish and Col6n.. ____ Si 50.00. Invalid's Wheel chair. -- 1. D S 0 1 L E
English. Apply ot Bazar Panamb FOR SALE;.- 948 P .od relrigerator 60 cycle, baby crib D D M
shoe store Central Avenue No. conditot.1 _ire' ll a1Csc 'Telephone 916, Coon FOR RENT
104. Pan'.A Citv ., ____ ,es. "n' #hs Is.hiros, murt FOR SALE:--Complete Ham Sation.
SWANTED:- Active Salesman far socrificl. Cat_ 'lbo. 2-1505.1 Globe Champion Tronsrnm.ife, 150|! RU__ O -i" Q iR
permanent work. Holeiman S. A. House 549 watts. Cclhn 75-Al Receiver, Col- FOR RENT: Beautifully furtl-ed
S"Agencies Sylvania." Ne. 1, Via i SAL .--.. 1hn VFO. Panodaptor. tone patchB rob'for couple, kitchen priytes. FOR SALE: L948 Willys atI
Esp SO 1943- PC- s -der Rotary Beam, Code O:cil.ator. All B0o Va. Mexro Avn Son, net n. prf
Sed a, m.,e(2, -,h r4 ..d m 25-60 Cvcle. I, horse 25 cycle. necr 4irdn St Phon- 5-055a I diti oa. iPod..
* fe "G,- payw-nt motor. 25 cycle fan. .Inquire -- St........ r.'
S Help Wanted. p'a R l" l T 334 Ancon nquir FO.R ENT;--Furnishod- rooaasith r
S ANTED.-E lriep ed m id, iv M FCR SALE. r State. rp..; g. "i
General housework, laundry &. wear.E--.4"-4:rcr-inn''_' partie""r A.
carr of two children Ft Gulck 88- FO SALE 1938Buick S ha Call Bricboaoker.' rocking FOR R.T-R.oom or en
620. Good coIait n, mpu.t sell mme- .J.--- T -'... j or couple without children.' t
a' ----- alate1ly. Calt. F. Clayton, 7193. FOR SALE:-Whizzer motor bike. St. Pe jil,' house 14 Apte 12. C 1I VT 10 '
;'.I. / lC duty hour. good condition. 210 Albrook phone Telephane 3-0397. "'"VIK- n
R. WAN1R SASA' lorI ita rd 195 4119. ___ FOR RT:--Furnhed 2 bed 'U
lWANTED- wth rodco. Howtho ne green FCR SALE:-60 cycle Crosley con- oportmWnt, Mr nBelle Vista Tha- O LD SM lI IL
IScellaneous Looks like new. Phone sole. 3 speed automatic record ter. Call 3-1596 after 7.00 p. m. .
WANTED:-Vacation quarters. Sept. days 83-214. player. Call Balboa 2-4172. FOR SA-LE:--.r aI elt 4
First through Nov. 15th D oblo FI RE MT doqr D D Luae n, li. grf
5083-A. Call 2-3429. ___ SALE F F ,, Power Glide. thIs car is 'oshot
APARTMENT WANTED Yoang ir S 1 p / l n.. .
North Amer-can couple getting Mo lo rvdevl 1r --r ,hemmue
S tarerd desre arn unrnihed one FOR SALE-1 946 Cushmon motor HIi AS ivl SS Rn REfNT, OfIc Space in rnew
cr to bedt._ Wr;oe Box a719,tBalbnor.To wuu w building facing Hotel J Panaa
et Wr -ascooter, gear shi axcieni3con--
chaet. Wr o 1719, Balb ton. Albrook 3285. $100.M. Appl Fa Halcon. T.
'" :CANTED.-For cash-25 h p out- FOR SALE:-Motorcycle t949 "bl ull Up I FOR SALE: 1951 Plymouth- .
*board m: or. Any make Late mo- 500 c.c. Good condition. New bet- A vedere, hoard top, color creao with
e 'i Send postcard Box 2, Cocoli. tery and generator. $300.00. Call PARIS. Aup. 4 (UPI Girdles rU SALE block top, new Wist, serfeet Cn-
WJ-- ----" 3-5663. ern-pped back Into their aecusl .-.1 | dition.
MWi: ED: -Home for young dog --- tometd ple e in the world of femn- Rel Estate E
S lndly and fond of children inne fashion today .
Housebroken. Panama 3-5062. Avag A Paris derltrer Christian Diw, FOR SALE:-Ctlce land at Santo
*WANTED'-Chain drive trycicle or Awllr VI w I who credited in m ny quar- er -beac. 3,000 sq r Rter.
aIll girl's bicycle Good condi- terms wha sin'ster plot to de- Cost $1.70000. best offer takes
lio. Phone Navy 2362. lAt nhl A a I privo Wmen of the comfortin it. WllaImKR.CarTIm, Box 1I. l a '
I^ ^ f \ ^ i '<*--"' ^ liW ni~pl 4 Ia811o=011Of the two-way, stretch' Bqaisoom,. C..__ UT {W .' ,
LES S O NS '$ h I has no such intention | ,.- ,,
-_ u n n a C orsts and oing he n ".o
-l t n Panama IItam 1 fd I TL<;: +.-d
JMR$. ROMERO--PRACTICAL CON-.i wi0ort. luut rp.irdle. a arokesman A
V. ERSATIONAL SPANISH Lr. fhe a -o -.or hbl famo\'s hor"l of fashion"""5W -c
SONS. Learning Soonih this w -Thearrest of a forer cabitld f tly, re here 1o stay. *-
3. is fun. Start now! Apt. No. 2 minister, two promi..nt, t -, f-t FOR SALE: 1951 *fIll
Bldg. 77-A. Estudiarite St an'1i physicians an ; otirlsd Whbat threatened to FOe s sec- S W Wagon, new tires w rViA
*"- -- -..- were orderPd yesterday by eb-,aond hate couture ,1- tie over good point, duty oild.
I!.___ ~trict Attorney Vianor Beit eoiwomen's fell fa h'ons fizzledl W_, Aug. 4 )bJP)g ,
on charges of emoozziing Social when the s"oke'man said: ,- B eatt ey WIU- 1-
Security funds. "'0ln lirdle?.-how could we? burn d today M
After a itudy of reports s.qb-OI te.O N ES i
We't hee the smart wnmen of that tParty t -
Vi r ID .Af a 'udy ofrepote sub- t ne t busting out all oier." $30,03 of tOe-485,Q0 fee whch
S A Vi 0 I ID t~mitted by government auditors, The terfcup torm started yes- he .oF Oin. E tfor helping .. ,
IDBeflldo ordered the arrest of terdav when certain press re- a bt t avorabl FOR SALE: 1949 Chveo n.
A ID' E N T&l Iformer PFinance Mnister Jose Dorts h it that Dior's models tax vtnble, raioa W-4-W ti
A I tNTI,, S ^Manuel Vars_, waoo aerved as.wlthovt ~grdles to model his tMatOt.-wn'emcrstle Na- tp, nw s*at covers,
S I mahaager of t.?. Social Security ,new colbUon-which already iUonal E ttita unl at green., perfect condition.
Baink up until a few months hpd rained a rtorm because of its the t
Ago, his brother, br. Jose Ra- "showinRly short" skirts. He mali be -aw nothing wrong
,! II man Varela, and Dr. Elias A-, But there still was potential Itn .ltlcse he believed the "
U US ,iroemena, brother of former dynamitee hi DIor's pln to do a-tax o Wa settled on its 1
President and present Ambas- v'"v with mnch of the "battle- merflt lenceded, however,
I I ador to Spain Alcibiades Aro- o p~rmr" of reln'orcements that a who r- F ALE: 1948 uLck
SCOTCH TLIE a oiformer'erbuilt Into some models. WInW. iArsoaly tvhouety FO ,RALE: 8ick
a 1 The arrest order also includ- I Tf- --.tior eI '-I -I Wp-S.-Wt tires, very c1wle
ea Carios Zerbinatti, Juan Bau- dinelg I
IB Ceremelli, Blanca Franco CO ed g am." he s m d .
{l l l ano Gerardo L. Dftry Ramlrez Asked hat,; his rodel. act,'al- cooked i09e" he Bald. '. .
H"^^^^ plemployea of two drug Importing lv wore w modeling the "n .'-l--- -- ,E
a SII^ firms whieh: did business with turt feelli" drWe.s, the Dio.' ..-.. .'
:-- ^ ^^^ ^ ^ ~the Social lecurlty Bank. sr"':esmn, repUlied, "girdle, bra Flood. [il!251 ..
Bellido said there was sui- As eS What has happened to1' IpamfLf, IIra
felent evidence tu '.arrant t-ue' e, -tt- m p r-n:e/"
| .... '1 arrest of the seven men in con- I "Notl"W. haven't been t.. L n
.IBCCnItian with the repu I .at, wearing th~et~ rvears" a I lBA^t|. A& 4 (UP) ,
duringg the lust year tne Bank He aleq clarifled another 3 e i orren I
: .... I.had overpaid $42,93 41 forlpoint: rali dns-" iiw ,_ Y_ ,.
:SoM at drugs and 29,3870 In copntractas The bonlp will have to remain week In tinar Wr',u
i ,for painting Social Security In the str ple]w models, of Iran Utfl a9, g I '
m I AP 4 apartment houses. ,It wi oh.. 5511 -ced too -, .- .
S I Up to noon today n oe of th d '
:i s "even had been, arrested by the |L 1 ted Un ated P our pro- "' &
S 3 Automobile iRow | secret Pollee. However, requests | 3 f-- tam pemi'lg i l surviving s/ ;
SAutomobile OW for ball for them had I.'en re- k*s |et viei s o pi'-'thte ..-

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contralft bth f diamonds, tricks. The only hope wat that
three spadps and two other aces. West held the king of cluB% and
that South would misguees the
If Eab had so2ned more iade situation. Hence East
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that South had Mta .black aces, lhbs on the diamonds, aqving
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would k" ta m s setting fully in order to give South no
trick at 'fLe. -Hce South was clues.
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NEWl YORK. Aug. 4 (UP) Trying to pick
the pitcher of the next major league no-hitter is a TEAMS W L Pet. wir ra
grab-bag proposition, but a likely prospect today ti p : 2 Ym67 T
was Ifty Billy Pierce of the White Sox. Philadelphia 55 44 .556 a in-a

5ther near miss last night when 1-0, as pitcher Russ Meyer was Cincinnati 49 55 .471 Cty a r-
-e turned in a two-hit, 1-0 over hi own co-star. hurling a four- Chicago 36 62 .367 Ct .,;
Washington as the White Soxlhitter and driving in the only Pittsburgh 33 75 .306 UND a lads to a men.e e a mil t
tayed five games behind the, run with a single as Brooklyn durosor An the tart t
first place Yankees. I tretched its National League TODAY'S GAMES S.Troop Mare Pteat & l
A ninth-inning unearned run' lead to 82 games. Brooklyn at Milwaukee (N) at sd or
Deat Washington pitcher John- The winning run came in the New York at Chicago TON A d fr W hr l lr
ny Schmitz in a tingling duel seventh when George opiuba Pittsburgh at Cincin ati (N) Jr, College v gSlh Temight, between Ylealti MS5 eWUR
f outhpaws as Chicago re-alkedand moved up on an n- Phladelphia at S t. Louis (N) a va Leag w Tn i all
:allated for a 1-0 defeat suffer- field out Billy Cox was purpose- D" Lauue Oab on er10 the
et Sunday against Senator hurl- ly passed but Meyer who had YESTERDAY'S RESULTS l)" Let do
er WaltMasterson been hitless in his previous 26 Pittsburgh 000 000 000-0 5 2 e first a s ."M.'PitBher* was first to tin
Pier ce winning his 13th times at bat avenged the snub Cincinnati 200 201 00i-5 7 0 nights doa A U -
game, also struck kout nine to by hitting the winning single. LaPalme (5-12). Hetki, Hall bei III one-sided Pla Pr t9 IADUZ% way n to M h titt
take the major league lead Lefty Joe Nuxhall pitched his and Atwell. Nuxhall (5-7) and ore a' g b lme ow-2 t aL tso -
mi seared a 70.5 r..22r low-litt ahu cqts In
ith a total of 124. one more first big league shutout winning Seminick. the Outm i an ocult ...
th Robin Robenrths of the 5-0 over thed, ni Pirates with a five-
pha. hitter at C incinnati as Andy Phila. 000 000 0083 1 favor of Far l~:

Browns, slugging out 18 hits of double. It was Nuxhall's first Hansen, Drews and Lopata. 5o I woa
three St. Louis pitchers while complete game andhe pitched Mizell (9-6), Brazle and Rice. b
Whity Ford gained his 12th I hitless balt until th eighth aft- ei me '
inmt top the New York staff. er giving up two singles In the Brooklyn 000 000 1-M 4 0 c th e
He gave up 11 hits. first inning. It was ti fifth Milwaukee 000 000 0-0 4 0 j~(te) n fl FAN '- -
n a rain-plagued game. ft- triumph. Meyer (11-4) and Cau panella. g n til S tk
Ial rtened to seven innings, Red Schoendient. hit a triple Burdette (8-4) and Crandall. Ion and RI
and two singles and Euos (Called Account of Rain at 1 tbtweenanhd i r 1e1 ,t. 04, am--
Saughter doubled and singled end of 7th).2 18- itnstI.. t, rh..en 3
uw "I "-. -+' .. Mlg.q] r (18. "ffluts, h.3
-twice in a 12-hit 8-3 victory for '2e11 an 1
SIm ers ila the Cardinals over the Prs hillies.- No other games scheduled. atrveon th1 1,

F ht Postponed Yester day'sStar-Rucntt ney- a. r v r o t ..I
A na IIer of the Dodger. who pitch-- The high r Pa s
ed a four- it 1-0 victory and TEAMS W L Pet. The hie felG .o t.n p.4 0;0
e s duld nound bout ve the winninrn ver New York ? 34 .663 were B gib o 0
Thre S eundaat the r Pnma G omplwee t anse In d botihaSileia hicago 6 #0 ."612 with 13 1vera 3-
Wfor Sunda at the Panama Gym rain shortened seven-inning Cleveland 60 42 .588 1 F
S .u llh ts.. _. "nnin g. tt M wa uee .nd_ u-A 'a fl^- ,L 1 m l "- .-^ ..
bealween ederico Plummer and am en hBoston 57 .3 m to led with Ii
l mWasm rton 4955.47 Eler adil. 9 55 Ilt'tr
eser reail fr -theon '. of te es eve organnzed. No .. Bob tead Freneh, with r e 6 B
hrbeen postponed because uWal- dndPhiladelph ia 3 59 .422 In th e- i ".'
laee is illa Aeer '. r twl n38 6n .37r2 R took a lusnBr g
'Promot er Carlos. Torres has re- long The St. Lout 35 o .3 they erran the e .. 0 I
quoted that the Panama Boxing ladS a acore of 13 of 2 0 4 .
Commission postpone the con- Mitten defeated Galindo from TODAY'S GAES High school lads a o i 1.
test until Aug. 30 The match ad Colon on the sixteenth hole in Detroit at New York (N) or Specal Trpe o I o Carallal 2 0 4,1
rd u ciderae intst one of the poorest matches in the St. Louis at Boston (N) n play the b o
on local fans due to the fact current Esso tournament a the Chicago at Philadelphia (N) e cable of. t .

Wallace and ummr dw at opened both players cannot ex- YESTERDAY'S RESULTS er sh a o thle My mI

g R Ed betReen t tI o fiht rs aome b c ann 1 yI k .1,, i s te __ __' tNp. 5103" i. ...' -^
-the Colon Arena in 1949 and ever ain. Dicky Arias won easily Chicago 000 000 001-1i 6 0a itstesfollowed m ta P1t
ae then Walla has been f l Aran d Jnny Wash. 000 0000-n 21 points.
ateni rer t M MacMurray won from Billy Bee Pierce (13-7) and Wilson. showing an d Paid f
even w e s n te m on shooting a finae 68. This hap- Schmitz (-6) and Fitz Gerald. cpaeb. of e .
oi a losn f streak. aav ain- ved l place when he leaves. nt 0 el _
taned that he was sure he could that defeat Billy came across at St. Louis s 000 000 11 1 .'or Hi gh dol May d 4,
bet Plmmer ., Amador to win the junior t our- New York 211B 4u0 af-"1 0 i led w' n'.? g, r
SRecentl. Wallace hs become m t by layingexcel lent fCan 4-6 t u, 111 aa ewe*y *0 *
four spectacular knockout firc- tihht ot eus me f ihen or. e -d t me: te ger
tries Meanwhile. Plummer has Itcheq Lus Chandeck nosed im vera. e otball as mey out y I e Tetals -" B'

S-n the second f ht Roberto
ea Idueaunand oere- Tes won a menthldecision over ft .JU Sports Form er C IjstMha"Sttt.
Jr. Tennis Thurney s t and ;ee r or Iized. N. Iin rM .WijI'
Se Mendoza. Semifinals are to be Inter-Community .le- W e al
To Rp e day olved during this weekend rbe- mentary School Meet held at ..
tween Moreno against denMena Santa Cruz last Saturday turned Reprintedfran The Sportlag th, first full-r ta far4 -V
.mp d DIew against Torres. In the out to be a dual-meet between .ews cinnati th ualin.
Friday. August 7, the Diabl 'first flight waltten meets Chan- La Boca and the home team .Y TO WlOPnati pitbe r =mnagn e
tennis courts will be the scene deck and Johnny MacMurray The meet ended with Santa CrBTOuThat pes
of the annual tennis tourna- tackles Dicky Aras. claiming 11 victories to La Do CINCIh1NA, 0 n ele onthdeo
"rent sponsored by the Phy- can's 5. Following are the results:Red tr d Pt. Wche e rob on the
slcal Education and Recrea- The junior tournament held at .es e tcher Bubba W
tion Department. Entries have Amador last week has been one TRACK Curch to the Cubs for Pitchers 8 v.tor, over .L |
been received from the U. S. of the best ever organized. Not Bob Kelly and Fred Basewsk-i, -6aI'was" his
rate playgrounds. Tourna- one single incident or discussion. y. Girls "A Juie 12, it was the neral be- t one lomI
.ent play will get under way Very well handled and praise is R. Stevenson (SC) Time: .4 litf that aciew was a ga t thePh 0 S,
at 9:00 a.m. otven to Chqrleq MacMurray and see. tbsdjn.on the deal. However, s ied In th"I
Boys and girls will compete h '1 who assited him in the dif- 100 yds. Boys "A" /R HA ,a oew :. -c e 1011.ed
for first place In each of the ficult tak. It was a fine lob and A. Bale (LBI. Time: 13.0 me. innl.con..-ned to a few inti- l aas came Ij
following classifications: Boys a fine tournament. The boys 75ad. Girs "C" mates at the time that he con- v b e a
Under 14 girls under 14; boys from the foreign countries were R Richards (SC). Time: 10.7 sidered Dawkol the main Prise In his ,t ,i
ever 14: girls over 14, and mix- oleased 5t all the attention given som of the transtation becausehe alastl, as
ed doubles In each age grobp. them. The Jimenez', Mejias, Mo- I yds. Boys "B e. had_ se teFch for 'uShreve e up
REA ,rs- vis. Pidc"ints. Arangos and the L Warren (SC). Time: 13.4 Dorta when t..i
REAL SPARTAN retnt ere very glad the came .. Q R= -In the almost
3rd d id would come back'If an- 10e s. Gls "A" and leaves, atn
EAST LANSING. Mich. N A) other one is held. R Stevenson (SC). Time: 13.28 a ft-d, r 1
Jack Heppinstall has been i tsee Utah fdI the from 4 .tat.]I
athletic trainer at Michigan o Ilr twoBe onevwas tons and 18ys i Boys 6 6C9 9a B |u tch w
State for 41 years. played excellent golf throughout Se. eley (SC). Time: (for- o
o 41 ys the tournament. He played even felt). W. h, "paeawki .I" II
Di oar during the last day for a 68 323 8 Boy. "sA" "a*--
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Di. first honors Sandy Hinkle also eI Bys "oy B"Ingsohita l..
played excellent golf but he P. Macoim (SC). Time: 19.8 wal.' 0. even 1.d
rould not reach Beeson. Jimmy see. the" I~ mfigurI hi p'a,
mDes Londes led the way during m5 d. Girls d"C a th11a
wIa too much for the young lad. e o yds. Girls "B. e -eO..../
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who for two consecutive days Santa Cru_. Time: 42.0 sec iito

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CINCINNATI, 0., Aug. 4 sonified the noblest attributes port plane flew Ti's body to ross the country f
(J,--Sen. Roner. A. Tait went of the Republic." Cincinnati In the afternoon. roots" hearings In f
tohis final rest today In the -She wiped her eyes occa- Following the In a on a new farm -
il of his native Ohio. slonally during the ceremony, DC-3 owned by the .ase NT- hla. The cit
Ptivate funeral services and and left the hall pale but un- tional Bank of New tork were pulse-taking expedltlo day
i public memorial service were weeping. This same self-control the senator's sons, Robert A. I~ Amherst, Mass.
siledsiled to be held simul- she has exhibited since Taft Taft Jr., and Lloyd Taft and Other Inquiri lanne r
taneously for the famous Ohio- was struck down by cancer their wives; his brother, tQe summer and all t
in kho received the nation's Friday at the age of 63 In the Charles P. Taft, and Mts. Taft; include:
highest tribute yesterday at the period of his most brilliant I. Jack Martin, the senator's
Capitol In Washington. national service. administrative assistant; John A Senate Internal 1i2f
MaJ. Rudolph Wehking of the President Elsenhowbr sat with Bullock and J. Mack Swiger of subcommittee headed
Cielncnati police, head of an folded hands and bowed head the Taft law firm, and Louis John Marshall Butler.
bonor guard stationed at the at the foot of the plain bronze Noell. wil hold "ext h*lr
funeral home, said many Cmn- coffin which was blanketed Dr. Bretney Miller, the fai- lommuni t infiliaioh t
lAnnatians stopped to kneel and with yellow roses. The eulogy Ily physician, chedke d un~t .
ray in front of the unopened was by Taft's friend and polit- Taft's condition a few minutes I '" enate t
acaket. Many women wept soft- Ical partner, John W. Bricker, before the takeoff to make water front
as they passed. the Junior senator from Ohio. sure she could stand the ttlp. the Late w 0
"some of the mournera top- Bricker read slowly In nd, e tl. (R- te La. S
;d to speak briefly with subdued to0es his tribute to Mr. Ulenhower, wearing 1h aeb
ehking as they departed, and the revered -"Mr. RgepubLa. ; dark blue suit, an Mad. B. f
he said their comments were "Humble F victory, without enhower, b In
almost all the same: "We've rancor i, defetm, he traveled sat to the t Ho Pst Of
lost good man." far along life's road to great during the Capitol rtt. sert, Co
A grateful Republic bestowed achievement," he said of Taft.
the highest possible honor on The Invocation was given by The first row on the right
a. ftalen son yesterday in an the Senate Chaplain, Dr. Fred- was occupied by the Tat fam n-
emotional farewell tribute In erick Brown Harris. ly.
Wasilngton to Sen. Taft. Only once during the service Gem. and MLrs. A 4 Ho
President Elsenhower and d Was the atmosphere of rever- were directly bebdhd
host of other government lead- ence broken -when a tele- Then came the
eis conducted a 23-minute me- phone in one corner of the Court Justices, their u
mortal service for the Ohio room Jangled harshly three leaders and the dl
po' giant in the hushed, times before someone could corps, many In formal a'
softly-llghted rotunda of the reach it. and striped trousers.
atlon's Capitol. There were 100 of the na- Senators sat In a group be-
Then they, and a vast crowd tlon's great n'" the room, where htnd the main aisle on'"the
outside, watched with heavy admittance was by Invitation right .ad Rouse members on ju
hearts as Taft's body was tak- on. the left.
tn from the legislative halls y politiekl leged,.Taft was "A grateful Republic tenderly
where he served with distine- e talented legislator, llon- lifts his familiar form to. tu A.
tion for 14 years. lied by Intimates but lacking most exalted pedestal of a- the of L
Only a dozen times before appeal to larger groups. Nev- tonal honor," the Senate chap-'Mnt D *
has a statesman received final ertheless more than 40,000 of lain said" has for !
homage in the great marble his fellow citizens filed past "He asw fought a good fight, row
rotunda where history dwells his casket as it lay in state he has finished his course, he "
IS paint on canvas and In the in the rotunda Sunday after- has. pt thd faith." A
noble statuary under the ma- noon. Bald r of his colleague:
eic Capitol dome. The cadenced tramp of the "The h t of our nation i
There assembled there in- Infantry ended the ceremony heavy today: Its head is bow- which o alow motion
,dilded the invalid widow, as a military detail lifted the ed: a grateful people are sad- exploaei tad feoats of an a-
Martha Taft, and her four coffin from the catafalque. denied by the death of their tolOc l T pe picture- a.
a i. From a wheelchair near which first bore the body of faithful servant, Robert A. bee at several tAgt
rthe ose-bedecked casket, Mrs. Abraham Lincoln, and carried Taft.' -e1 ,and has orst,
iaft heard her late bushand it outside. He spoke of Taft the fath- ] w An
estlled as a man who "per- A DC-6 Military Air Trans- er and Taft the husband asd WSof thAl I Mwillbelviet
ete well as Taft the Senate lead. W"llamC.DMSICiviDe
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pme nhti eWoughiut w e o m OD0S his wife abo
Spopulanty racing zer le asuld realize dbt everyonweveryO f h 'tso
man sad wom0rn-peVq .. and that stale perspharfen gives was able duke
I... an-unpleasant, _-jidow she doesn't notice, but others to her s Taft
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