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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01677
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A Wj1. ? arne received gratefully and are handled in a wholly ceali- had two
tid 4l lenner. Gov. Ti
V It yu eentributei a lotM don't be Impatient it It doesn't appel Ithe York.
m a daty. Lrtters or pubilhied in the order received. Until
le as try to kelp the flenr limited to one page length. ever doe
M Mlte ofet lter writers is held in siritest confidence. Cussed
,vIwpaper eMsumeI l reesponsibllity if statemeats *Ioplains fiu O
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DITCr-DIGGERS INVITED TO WHINGDING IN NEW YORK ztepublic
ir ,. "In th
I Enclosed you will find the final appeal on arrangements for ey wtas
tit "Class 01 '4" reunion iOther ex-Zonians welcome). Jack 2 he tw
,4ller. Jim Basque and Bill Sechrist are helping out on arrange-, irn tmeI
ments, and this sl our invitation: We've guaranteed the hotel a pigns
nm imuni of 265 people, and expect about 40. Dewey
e -You" committee is now able to report on the final arrange- i sfV pol
Int.s for the reunion of the "Class ol 43" and we are sure that ing n
y will like them. aPresident
S "The reunion will be held at the Hotel Governor Clinton Ir against
Jigw Ydrk City on the weekend of September 11-13. This hotel In I T
was selected over several others because they offered us the most the oTa
attractive arrangements. nlsenho
"We ask that you plan to check into the hotel by 7:00 pim. Yete h
Io Friday, September Ilth, as the reunion program will begin at again I.
titLt time with an Informal meeting in the "T" Room. which the eminentl
!hiel is supplying iree of charge. The next event on the reuniop he was a
Itinerary is the banquet and dance on Saturday night which will d to a,
tLrrt around 8:30 p.m. Then on Sunday at 12 30 p.m. we will have the Reps
tlj final luncheon and cocktails. The permanent organization He kne
141 be set up rt this farewell luncheon. This program will give and he
uiall plenty of time to renew old friendships and will still leave his paAU
nWs tof Saturday free for sightseeing, and shopping. party |
"The cost of this program will be $14.00 per person. This in- perlenced
cltdes $12.00 to the hotel for the costs as outlined in the enclosed Dewel
e4 y ot the contract with the Hotel Governor Clinton. The ex- in Lem$
1tk l2.00 will be used by the committee to pai the toets of the cast of
hic for the dance and to buy the extra beverages which un- Taft hil
6i4 btediv will be needed. ably th
L- "If you plan to attend, then please send your check or money ician I
oiler for $7.50 per person to the committee by return mail. These He brii
eackia are necessary as a good faith deposit. Make the checks and an
1IahMlt to Charles W. March. 204 Greenrwood Ave.. Mount Holly, whatever
...... He got
S" hThis Is a reunion of our classmates, but it is open to any tial nom
e.*er "Ditch Digger" who would like to attend, so If you know role In ]
a .bed that is interested just have them contract us. The more won the
t* merrier, as we really want to make this reunion a real suc- cpuniry's
,em. ree ti
"We urge you to bring your wife or sweetheart, but above all -,Taft.
make sure that you are there. The hotel has nursery facilities Dewey' a
on the premises, so bring all the children you want. know-ho
"In closing, we want to remind you to give this matter your through
inttedlate attention as we are really looking forward to seeing undenfa
onw' ptember 11th In New York City." in thfe
Sincerely yours. in ita
Ralph Ridge, Bill Marh, Co-charlse,n ',od
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ast days, one small item
largely unnoticed. It
that during his stay in
pital. the senator had
long conversations with
homas X. Dewey of New
Dewey choose, if he
es, to tell what WA dim"
in those me tlA, one
ily speculate, ntIMr&ly
s very possible at tey
ch to do with the future
management of the
:an Party.
he strictest sense, Dew-
no friend of Taft.
o men were adiwramt
GOP presidential 0arm-
of 1940 and JIM, and
seemed to maeaiI
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nt Isenhower s i
ITall in 195.
Slast IraUlo, hours
It drive or tA. nml.
sounded mre "antl-
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ts everyone hu 8een
id again. Tallf wi an
ly practical aan. And
a man supremely deot-
dvancing the calM of
ublican Party.
iew he wasO gon to die,
must have h &d tha
ling would- VIS tbh
painfully shat. oa ex-
d political teadnp.
Vy i totally ISV ITaf
peramsnat, oW 'a nd
mind. But, a. from
ngsif, he i sUsludib"f
*e n praeC |polln,
n the party.
ngi power and authority
inetttable stature to
r he does inr Its rakis.
a hinmelf two prelden-
inationa, played a. key
Mr. Elsenhower's, and
governorship of the
most populous state
nes. He is no amateur,
may have turned to
s the one man with the
w to guide the party
difficult times ahead.
Dewey could make his
able political gifts felt
dilemma is not clear
highly unlikely that ho
work himself IntO the
picture, since no New
eat is in contest until
possibly the most prac.
venue for him would
y cbtnet awppolntmmut.
ch a post, Dewe could

have thi needed ex-
nor any resent high-
'led helper,
I tLeupn Taft, who
knowledge 1t
i the middle holng
the sharply divided
in the 0OP.
would not have an
ie, It it came to that.
icond defeat made him
unpopular among many
san politicians. Their
Is may not have les-
he fact is. Dewey once
eeplable to both wings
party, and he might be
His record as governor
he knows how to deal
a legislature; he gets
ione.
n can be sure at this
whether such thoughts
,uuly In the mind of any
ublican, even Dewey or
Wldent.
much Is certain: The
;ani have no one on
Hill with the authority
ture they need to keep
peace and get positive
Of the sort that will
ern In good stead at the
.adershi prospects
tbiht, unless by some
1 fire the President can
m himself into a sea-
olltles master within
t six months.

Total Of

sualles In

i: 141,705
iNGTON. Aug. 6 (UPI
reports sLll incr 'olete
n battle casualties in
now total 141,705. the
Department announced
port Covered all casual-
lose next of kin were
through last Friday
Wed an Increase of 1,-
lt week's report.
ncriase wa comparable
of the previous two
nd reflettd the heavy
In the closing phase in
s oflclals predicted it
at iaut another week
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there Is in it. .
Th is "the eastern 'equlW t to the Rsl'
Canyon fight in the west.- How it Is sttd. wll
play a big part In dete la te xienhower
Admiplstration's electric =o l,
Gov. Thomas X. Dwey u -W iton to
deny to there wa w B
posal to have the Ne W Q AI
It develp and market the MNlgs
ut- iw ,York private have
been -walng a heAy -aIpip-h7
t argue that there was n.a dttereade between
deral anad stae an an tat
wy's ppoa was state is
The Counittee for Coatlataov
with headquarter in New. Yet,- h
inducing a heavy mail nbara o Woft
S convince. Congress that ei p if X
be.alM. Iaoluded inthi

l AOolamationh of Electric Power," by ex-Ptem-
nt Herbert Hoover.
CulOtil inaouh, in his Iatem befe Wn
Senate gWttc Works Comalittee, ;I d-efiM
that befoN O'eould be cOAfivicted of ddail;tt
would be necessary to convict Theaot r Rebw
vt CharUa vaS and Herbert Hoover, sponsor
te Hoover dam.
a an apparent effort was beint anad to um
Hoover au a witness on both sides of the amsgu-
ment. But Deey Insisted that the aunment of
socialism was 4ad.
."uppae s ne called It 'creepln social-
In?' he tr. Albert Gore of
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MorLatt I wret t
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Sa special session of Congress is
aftor- necessary.
PrAl4 Aug. The California senator salad
Sian Mr. Eisenhower has hopes that
revenue this fall will be suf*
10 at ficient to meet government
of bills without raising the federal
S debt limit. In that case Con-
12 gresa presumably will not meet
lub- again until January.
The possibility of a special
at 7 sessions arose last week when
se the Senate Finance Committee
Sat 7 rejected Mr. Elsinhower's re-
cvrest to raise the debt limit
l1 at 7 by $15,000,000,000.
SThe debt'is near the cellint
o now and some fiscal
eil think it inust break through
Sthe before the year's end despite
High eoublican economy campaigns.
Snowland said It win be about
Sept. 25 before Treasury eec-
r rotary Oeorge M. Humphret
can determine if legislation
Salwill be necessary.
-told its The breakfast meeting with
Son Fr-i- Mr. Eisenhower was Knowland's
S tropical, first White. House visit since
A Ai. his unanlmou.i election as Sen-
rt ate Republican leader to suc-
lief ceed the late Robert A. Taft.
the He predicted that RepubeUcat
Of in Congress ,,il be more united
u-than ever next year. and also
OuRhed on what the admml-
sration can do to help.
KnoWland said he told Mr.
ElJsnhower he hopes the ad-
Winistration will submit it
1954 legislative program "4are
M gh In advtane to avo
Sh ingup congreaslonal work
s we did this year." That
wvmld let he Iawrakels- get
a Wy for theit .eelecl .oa -.aiA

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eP d him congieadonal eedear,
will be consulted before any
special session call, He said It
s possible that they will meet
us" -a oro in Beptember with the presi-
t""WM h d"nt Denver "if he Is out
i .i.l.. he's. .hre, or he-e If he happens
,irt fi~ir to be back,"
said if Congres Is called
OR= ba on the debt Issue, the
*enate will take UP tome Of
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n ap effort to lphten
work lead. H aentioaed the
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"lit l i f Mis Ar., 4 1 Prunes arei
ailig n Pana Dorothy' j and fr foI the
Mr 4 pr, P anne- niece; Mr. andama ( these from --s
rand their two children M. Theofel andI Mrs. tDrupe fruit G G p t
:are ama the 13 Paseagemrs An .a D aghter 11 Adjust anew SMost ft It
achedull sail.Friday fqr New Iyce Ann; M aS, 12 Papal a --- "
,york on Panama'Lner Pan- E. Welborn; Walt.W 12pLesia S ngl '
;Yma, ae riding to the advance Mrs. Carmen, Wolf and dgigh- body ut LegislatIve 6 sc
passenge ,s -. ter Astrid; M nd MTrs- Howd Bores dyGoddeU of
? Runnes id A `.4a~tGener- M. Woods; Mr~a alter a 1 French plural discord 2$ Churt h 3f
I t Counseo thenftStn Ctanal Zimmermana & T.Znr article 8 River n festival 39 .
,Company. is beingtransferred to garo. 17 Wrong Switzerland 25 Nostril 40 In
the Canal's Washington Office as 19 Eagle 9 PuriAes '7 Legal point 41 C
)Assistant Secretary of the Com- (comb. form) 10 To this 28 Son of Seth 44 W
P n. :20 Heavy blow 13 American (Bib.) 47 S
SThe complete advance passen- 22 Steamiship wild plum '$0 Make lace 48 SI
t1er list of the S.S. Panama fol- (bts 22 5 e 'd te p iSWd edging k la 48 S
Rw: a .eAt M a UGrafted (her.) weight Sit Riced 52
Slim A. Attia: Mr. and Mrs. 24 German city 18 Devotee 3 Occupant 54 .A
htex E. Beck and two children: Malenkov Ovay 21oJacket. user I,
Mfrs. Hope P. Benawitz; Frank 2Malenkov vaon2 Consume
rry: Mr. and Mrs. Klac k MOSCOW, Aug. 6 (UP) The 31Abstract '
Brchmeler: Mrs. Mvrtle, Black supreme Soviet, -the parliament being
rnd son; Miss Lout* Bohlmann: of Russia, mehere In Its sect 32 Brother
(Mrs. Emilia Bradford; Mv. and and session of 43 before a cakr 33 Drunkard re
Mrs. Edward 3. Brady and paucity audien g that gave Pre,. 34 Thoroughfares
daughter; Mrs. Saah B esto:. mier Georgi l enkov a stands 38Calyx leaf
Miss Grace A. Clement: Mr. and Ing ovation ap~he entered the 42 Fleshy pome
Mrs. Leo B Cemntes Mrs. great hall of the Kremlin. fruit
Mary Jane Cole and son: Robert The Union Cuncil, one of the 43 And, (Latin)
iCole: Mrs. Catherine Cumber- two*cha.om.r the supreme 45 Flower
batch; and Edward J. Cullen: Soviet, mi T" an organization 40 Entomology
Mr. and Mrs. Norma F. De- aQ sesalon-at 2 p.m. and adopted (ab.)
Owners; Henry C. DeRap 'Wllliam a two-polntA enda the budge 47 Diadem -
MI. Dunn; Mrs. Alte Dunn: Mr. and ratification of the legislai 50 Station (ab.)
;1nd Mrs. James Egatr: David tion enacted by the Presidium of 51 Date-stamp
tEdgar: Robert W. Erickson; Mr. the supreme Soviet at its last machines
*nd Mrs. Arnold C. Ewert; Mr. meeting. It then adjourned until 53Punedu
and Mrs. Edward R.Filo. Jr. and 7 p.m. 5 r
2 children: Edward .Gallagher; it will0t. t that kingdom ---
IPorfitlo Gomez; Mr. arid Mrs. hour,w mber Diner '
,illiam.lanfliga Jr., *Dr. and the Nit a est let whieal h 7 Delia
Mrs. Douglas M. Hardy;, Mr. herd its&w rgaiationalmeeti- 8Se l e
knd Mrs: John H. Harris; Ger- ing at 4 p.m.
ald VL. Hendrickson; Mr. and Malenkov, wearing a light tan. V' EtICAL
Mrs. Mack B. Hicks and 2 chil- semi-military tuidc. neitered the I Smoothes, as
ren; Mrs. Alda C. Hutchison: Union Council meeting by a side feathers
and Mrs. Carl A. John- door heading the delegation o 2 Spectacles .
a Evelyn Johnson; Mr. parliamentary leaders; -- .
Simon B. Jones and 2 Some .0O0 quests
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iMrs. Milo F. Kissam; left by M l aS '
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S. Morris'Klei-mon: Paul dium & Ihe.S, gaoemeSoviet,*A l id IT"
iho: Mrs. Ann Lattia: Miss by Foreign Ministe VachelTreme dousDa
e eh"iMtCgrthv: Mis P Frances 1-Mr ""l '-
Muhlln i Miss Marjorie Mad- munist party secretary Nlkik. .. .. -- *"A-,,- '
e.m- Miss Lydia Massant: and Khrushchev and Lazar.Kagano WASHINGTON, Aug. )- th Mr. uny et
fii Mildred E.- Mrquard: 'vich. first denutv chairman of ASen.HJosph R. t' u to any o.-Wr a
SMiss Claire E. Oden; Mr. and the Council of Ministers. td tt t .t a % n m oth w
rs. N. W.: Oliver Mr. and oMalenkov chatted with Khru- Due l l
ra. Eric-R. O terberg an~d 3 shchev andVoroshilov, during the tothe CentOfn.] Ig R t-froz.
ldren: Kimball Penney:Har- session., They,-along with Mo Cl r
dar E. Plummer: Williamihail Yasnov. Mayor of Mos Bundy. of to
&ulnn. Jr.: Mr .and Mrs-. Irving ,o e eS the no "But DuenI replied tilhui dy 'fd6of t Al "o t
,Roberts Mrs_ Anna L. Robert- Couneil session. belonged, to o"y one o a0- Deartment of
.,on; Dr. and Mrs. Irwin B. Rob- heidlomatic galleries were tt-n accused of "Commn In- a &ente og m .
naon: Mr. and fMrs. Herman liS'd with_ envoys from all the fluen'" and resigned a on-in-awo
othstein; David Rothstein; owe senited in Moscow o ., ytwo n Ie of State
ames L. Rinehart; Willlam H..t ig tede States oAmbas Res tWere no 'el- McCarthyei f
nke; and Mr. and Mrs. Pautl ador es E. Bohlen. The ed ag~group unti. s .Mr
.. Renpstr"re and 2 children; lhad B ew of the platform year McCaatMll pr
Frank L. Schenberger: Mrs. .Mrs.% Mesta, former A "it w oU14 seem. tte
Aitera R. Serko: Miss Gertrude mericanMinister to the Duchy The W isnsin Republican in the world Vw i
**-rko: Miss Mary Shepard: Miss of,.Luxembourg, was among the made public a series of letters ptotealnd hided.fa
'V*arietta Sinopoli: Mr. and Mrs, ,ests attending. She has been between him and the chief of the aon A *to
1vnllisa C. Smith: Dr. and M .. to, ting Ruassta and returned to nation's t9p Intelligen acy. ti5- Ud, l 5
Herbert Spertell; John L. weelttnww meeting of the 8u e li -he deterinUlt ;p77Z al it
Daniel J. Sullivan; pr e the 'eovdebr."h ,tCIA
*KS ntt .un.... t .'c your a ft
Senate ppdh its retur m dm
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face,-face meeting t t*S
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postpone Any public uesti0lo l 'i tt S
WNAM/I,, fne Way ,. trip $126.00 stigate the official's back onr
'c" ^.-. "/.' ' ground.' '*,
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O.w y.. Ru.di" brother of Secretary, of 8tau .. ..4
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thythat BAl4y joMAe tn t.i.
_W Public Workerf
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.A e 15; H e saidIlundy "attended one After ren m sious lt es
i g. *. meeting and resigned his mel- old ay un
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MORRISON'S
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


No. 12,179 Central Ave. -,... _

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No. 3 Lottery Plasa Phone 2-3190


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SFOR SALE
Household
.i:tOR SALE Westmnghouse auto-
;:': matic Laundromat. one year old
,1:: 25 cycle. 5225 00 or will trade
qet'. for 60 cycle Aluminum Venetian
'''* blind 42 1, x 68" $10.00. Used
::: baby and bas.inette and carriage
tiio. $3.50 House 4241 Gatun. Phone
..,t : Fr.gida;e 25 ccle.
S$65.00. 2-490 Balboa 2-2623.
!!!)R SALE: Household furniture
4Iis American fomib,l leaving Panama.
t4i, Inquire between 8 and 6 daily at
I No. 24. Aquirlio de la Guardia,
4*1.* Bella Vhsia
S1:bR. SALE:.-Mahogany diningroom
s** et. made by Cowes. Spanish style
',, ti leather covered chairs. $375.
*ri. 00.. Tonis Arias, Cuba Avenue
' nd 32nd.. Street IExposici6nI.
LE double bed, table and
theirat', sewing machine. voccum
ft dcaner. 25 & 60 cycle, li% ngroom
?x'ite, end tables. washing machine
: s 7 cycle. Navy 3250..
::' SALE:-Westinghoues Refr.ger-
., alor. 9 cu. It excellent condition,
*" moderate price. 2717-A, Cocoli.
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,..OR SALE-' Easy" washing machine
T; TAc.! Avenue No. 14, Apt. 4.
phone 2-3990
)tDR SALE--Coldsoot 7 7 cu. ft., 3
,, years old. excellent condition. 60
Scycle $150. Office phone Salboo
* 2346.
Position Offered


FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORT
AutoDoh e Do ,W o d. a i fo h M cans. i4dec M
W oAi moALwme soo Clara Boxe435,hId
FOR SALE.-1950 Studebaker. Ex- g203 -A NC. Panama 3-1877. CritM
cellent candtlion. 16.000 miles. Rouses _. 'eac_. ._nta
Low drwn Dayent. Liberal terms. .0 WENDEHAKE.M A I. ClIc. H e on beach. St
SCall Cuundu 5245. Central Avenue "K" wreet C O ihn COOLn Campn.
F SAL- Ford-Cus m-ICu C e ner. Telephone 2-3479. Pmiam Phone SHRA L e
FOR SALE-Ford Custom Club Coupe Iw ee caretaker there
6 C 1. '50, radio, seat covers, body Try your luck l *a h Santa Ci
excellent, motor recently over- ,th our merchandise club Gtmllch Santo Cilbli
hauled Balboa 2-2159, between ALMACEN LA PARISIEN Electric e
8 -________________ Central Avenue 113 operate rates. Telep
FOR SALE:-1947 Kaiser $450. CaIl To MIAMI & "'EW YORK via AREA GMb Slt 4-567. Pe
2-4172 Balboa. Can be seen at Baling 4-engine planes. One-wy WIlIls' Santa Clama3
5520-C. Diable, daily. to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trlp 2 bHd3ooms, refrlirel
$126.00. One-way to New York: B"1 alboa 40
FOR SALE: 1948 Pont.ac, good $114.00 Round-trip $214.00. $o ,. "ends"
condition, good tires, all acces- PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE Foster's Cottages. One
series. Leaving the Isthmus, must telephone 2-1655. Santa Clara. Phone Ball
sacrifice. Call Balboa 2-1505. -! -rat-urnshdSen
House 1549-E. Diplomat desires to se. t furnished Spendour week en at


FOR SALE -..- -t1rio Fed 195(
with radio,, Z'Im. f. green.
Looks likeR h w M. Phone'
ays 83rI34. 1


FOR SALE:-1946 Bul.e 4 Doer in
fair condition. Reasomeble buy,
only $450. Smeet & Huenicutt ,
A. 16tk Shtet, Central Aveneq
Phone 900 mC.____
FOR SALE: Nice 1952 Mercurj
Monterrey hld top convertible,
yellow and I4k. excellent condi',
tIon, all overs-Pedro -Miguel Dis-
pensary froie.eto 12 npon. 4-674,
Can be fhoncds Wr.d in.
FOR SALE:-.j51]Poa r erbtr
400 Patrici,. .Excllt cdhtid.
Apply owner, Hr. 5. 48th s5re
Panama.. Frt l bW. m. to 6 p. i.
Duty Free.
FOR SALE: 1952 Packard 200
green. like new. Apply owner, No.


W ANTED -Sales agents for club 5, 48h Street, Panona. From 9
-AlJy with your identification cord. m. to 6 p. m..Duty Free. *
H" ICrretl. Good opportunity for FOR SALB'. --..t 4I efrd.4 poor
interested persons Par:ien Furn,- Custom. Roaio, 1tw rmledge, will
te.re No iES. Central Avenue. f.nance. 83-6230. evenings.
est opportunity for ycung man. FOR SALE:-19 0 Pontiac 4 doors.


*I.e. ionl exceb U ent corI euiu new irys.
man. Must speak Spanih ond radio. higldranwtic, tailored s L
fl Apply IBazar Panama cover. -iused. -OS
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=XITED: Englsh-SDon.sh steno- FOR SALE -1941 DeSoto coupe returned
.,capher. good speller. rapd tvi,.st new tires, 2 good used" irq. 710 336. Ci
*No begi.rnr considered ColurrbiaI x 15 Houe 1544 Balboa. Phone ty Shop
Pictures. Euseb.o Moioles, Cangie- 2-1758.
p-- Secretary bilingualr.K L MlIll
,l|I--Mer. in shorthand & typing 1 -- tiivw *l>m5 f I *mo*
'j nama -2634, 8 30 5: Bo-
S -FOR SALE:-BOAT, GINGER" in-
I Help Wanted otor; 21. length 6' beam.Sd U
ANTED: Maid for housework mahogany hull, plywood cabin vl orH
References required. Curundsework aluminum roof, stain less steel gar
rerenc required. *Curundu tank. Carries all required eqCui- T. L
Suse 69-B. __ment pu extras sych as fog n, t(UPI
l .spot li '4q1 excellent, conc5rfV Pulley I
SWANTED for immdiaole use. Can'be seen at rules. lr
Gatun Tarpon Club. docks. Call ,eW. for
' Misellaneous 4-194 during business hours, af-. lies to
.,AiNTED: -Vocation quarters. Sept tfr 4:30 p. m.s 4-613. When
** Fi#t through Nov. 15th. D abloi FOR SALEs--Outboard motor Scott ast .r
3A. Cll 2-342" Atwaterv7 Va I P., excellent con- w r ants
ditron, $61 flhG..ort. ,Gi.ck g$-tiojda wa
1.252. 'tionsw
C icOal Man FOR SALE:-16 ft. V-Bottom Boat. He ali
.aND, Crtiif.. Aug. 6 (Ul) Brand new. Contact Frank Mendez. I$26.25 t
-G- -'.e er"e-to-tA LeePe Pen. 172 Central Avenue. Telephone charge i
-4 t*h- e-v couneil ee has 2-0383. Bome
sw sending arlbs.FagOe bRl ; Ag "Do
cv 1-Iner' FOR SALE eat out
'is the ,s.?" he cor-- l atany
S" sl wd a ilt they Motor"ycidl "Keep
< ft in the garbage can and rai
4'then I have to hawl my FOR SALE:-Motorcycle 1949 Ariel "Atte
* t.o the city daup." 500 c c. Good condition. New bat- cease.
r- a ond generator $300.00. Call One o
GOOD SCAP 3.5663. li He Car
N. H. 'UPI-Th.e Ro- FOR SALEI--1946 Cushman motor O d5 80
Cl here has collect 25i scooter, -ear jhpt. excellent can- rUles b
rOF scrap aluminum to edition, AlbrooJk3285. what I
snee scholarship loans. Near- .--.., --- h
one ton of the scrap was ob- 10 chil
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cnolet. Phone 3-03u .

FOR SALE
Miscellanaon
FOR SALE:-60 cycle Crouley con-
sole. 3 speed automatic record
player. Call Balboa 2-4172.
FOR SALE --Genaine fOtycle Dedp-
Sfreeze, brano new. At. sacrifice
' pce. Call Panama 2-4930.
FOR SALE- Complet set Dodge
Mopar, All-weatherr heter, blow-
or type. Phone Navy 3Z$2.
FOR SALE -Complete OnW# &lmit
Way Welding El ecdq :4 ,Mifd
steel. cost iron f' o I l,
and hard facing.'F. ICAZA Y CIA


FOR SALE:-Man's white srit, size
40, like new, $20. High chair, $4.
00. trunk $4.00. Albrook 86
5285.
4R SALE: Metal % badm nd
Smoattress. flT bicycle. (AMwr-
icon) balloon tire, almost new. 5
wooden venetian blinds 34k,'"
wide; Boocase. Phone 2-4425.


T & FOUND
-Red leather wallet in dr
coli Post Office. Reward if
d to Shirley Simmon. Box
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.Curdew it I

Is TeManb
OUrB, Mo., August 6-
Landlord Arval H.
hus iwed a set of 1
including a 10 p m 'ur-
his three tenant fam-
follow.
rent controls ended
iday, Pulley gave his
copies of the rules
red .them that viola-
rould result In a $10
penalty.
so Increased rents from
o $30 and added a
of $15 a month for pets.
of the rules are: ,
not allow children to
in front or back yards
time.
p all children off fences
Is on back porch.
r 10 p.m. all noise w*l
of the tenants, Mrs. NM-
r, who has a one-yeawr
i, said she liked thp
because nowD "I. kat1
shouldn't do."
fmilla have a total of
dren.


uther Terms

oi Defense Cut


Siaion wilu meet tomorrow ats ll *sn I
. p.m. In the Margarita Club- I ,NY iHulinl
mouse to formulate the program
of action for the next meeting FRANKFURT. Germany. Aug.
of the USCA, President Mrs. (UP) Gen. Alfred B.
Frances Lo oed today, Idruenther. Supreme Allied Cow.
tion and notf r oaesso ,be mannerr in Europe, said today
present she legates will be that he did not consider Rus-
present, she aid. la's announced decrease In her
" Mrs. Longmore announced, armament budget "significant"
that the Cristobal delegate and'and that there is no Indication
alternates to the legislative Soviet military strength Is de-
tody of the USCA will be elect- creasig .
ed at a special meetin to be The sAF Commander, on
held at the Cristohel C .ohis- b first vlat to U.S. and Al-
aary in the net rfture. lied forces i Germanyf since
~I _becoming ahief of SHAPE, said
I Old Cristobal is not represent- of the 'iov e defense budget
ed on the legislative body at the acut:
present, but wfta, th "-. etjs. "Cerual.ly on'.tam face of itw
one resident of ofa it Is not n leaent.
will be chosen as w ate. (A f41pr Bat cut In dfensd
fotr alternatesa.'w ee outlay y d
from those living alsn OldhIn ai ni
Cristobal. New u ad Ar
the De Lesseps area. Oi 0r 1
USCA members redding '
these areas are elgBlwas
dates in the
tis. Members are to
their own names or' H,
other muemanbers & cnds
Mrs. Vimta PMt a
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FOIlR ENT:-2 bedr .'
16eOem, porch,
n% garage, No. 4,
=, fa. c -ing Tils -
06lk. Enquire sote .

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FOR RENT: Fuamlhgt-ne
apartment single porn.
Porras. Phone 2-1078, R
Benedettl.


ATTENTION G. I., furmihe, modem
one, two-three bedroom apart-
ment. Hot, cold water. Call 3-
4941,
FRi RESIT: Modern a rtm
just built. Fco. Fil6s No. 16, VIta
,Hirmosa& Tel. 3-0460.

Abajo, heuma 3011-A. -
FOR RENT:-BelI Vfrto oporfmTnt
in chalet: 3 bedrooms, living din-
inroo i'3 bathroom, mold's
room, S rniahd of unfur-
f! '_l trmaotion No.

FOR RENT

FOR RENT:-fuM ed room with
kitchen ad frlgerator prlvilegi.
Insptedd 4th of July Avenue,
No. 5,
FOR SALE


Cost $11'00.00, best offer take
it. Wjllam R. Corlin, Box 1501,
'FOR SAM-1 In Son Francisco
dto t. th Avenue; 2 bed.
Sil O ,,q dh anlm d parlor.
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NEW YORK, Aug. 6 (UP) Mickey Mantle's ar m V0
failure to hit in key situations put Yankee Manager ohicago
Cagey Stengel in a peevish mood today, which was Cleveland 4 1
mellowed a little by the fine "spray" batting of Gil Washington sO
bMcD)os aid. Philadelphia 3
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Mtntle may be the new golden game In the second when Tom- St. Louis 1 9 3T
lamour l~oy of the Yankees with my Brown's single drove home a
is lbng distance swinging ef- tie-breaking run in the 10th in- Dr DA GTO .. iA
forts., but he never will be an all- ,ning.r
around star with his boss until Chicago at P iladelph
he qait "trying to kill the ball." For the Phillies, Bob Miller Cleveland at Washl-gtod
*10.16ld, in one of his hot- scattered seven hits, including St. Louis at Boston
testistreaks, drilled two doubles Stan Musial's 14th homer, to YESTERDAY-S RESULTS
and.' a triple to right, left and get his fourth win. .ERf R ULl
center, In the Yankeee triumph. The White Sox remained five Detroit 003 000 100-4 13 2
He lap had an intentional pass. games behind the Yankees by INew York 100 210 10x-5 10 .
He scored twice and was strand- beating the Athletics, 9-7, in 14 Hoeft (7-9) and Batts, atisb.
ed the other two times because innings when Sam Mele broke up McDonald, Sain (10-6) and Ber-
Manu couldn't bring him home. the game with a two-run homer. ra.
The afees scored the winning Billy Pierce. allowing only three t L 0000-00 04 8 1
run In. e seventh on a double hits in 6-2/3 innings of relief st.Louis 000 000 000fa5 3
by 'TgI Berra. Rookfe Gus Tri- ball, scored his 14th victory while Boston 20 021 00. -. 9 3
andos and Billy Martin hit suc- Morris Martin. after six scoreless Larsen (2-10)and rtey.
eessive homers in the fourth, relief innings, was tagged with Flowers (1-0) and W" M*t
ln the National League the the loss. Cleveland 000 0000 4 ..
Braves cut Brooklyn's lead to In other American League e Wash 020 040 00-010 7 0 6 0 "
T7 games again with a 5-3 games, Bob Porterfield of the HosWakins (4-2), Wi3 ooper, 0. (
triumph. Senators allowed only six hits as Wilks and Ginsber.P rter M -- el
he whipped Cleveland, 11-0, for 1- nptad to
S.. gm his second straight shutout ande 5. t
ht 'i f seventh shutout among 13 wins' .i. th et wh-o- o- lilO Cvnlcn45.
en.nwt i w theaRomer blanked td e a Chicago 390 32 .00
Browns. 5-0.4Dtrish.hDobsothe Redburgh13597 .318
,Ben Flowiers, makg his first dosresa.Dobn FvnohPv(- .
Hand Broken Ot 2 cano, W e
start after 22 relief appearances, 9) and Murray.
2 the Boston triumph. -Diek Ger-
*1 nert drove in three runs with a
S,. err homer and a double. qs theRed
;sox made five double plays and '
seven two-base hits.
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again to defeat Cincinnati
gHal Rice hit a two-run W m N -N
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usali hit two Cincy homers
give him a total of 32 in at
lt i use. The Cubs beat theti
twice, 9-6 and 7-6, the TEAlt W L Pet
in 10 innings. In a night6S 5
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S double loss ran t Philadelphia 57 4 .564
S losing streak T e six games. a "t.LOUIS 55 47 .539
oldth victory for the Cubs in the i nert who drove in three runs Cincinnati 49 5 7 .462
opener. with late-inning help with a homer and double 5p a cChicago 39 2 *8 h
from Dutch Leonard. Warren S-6 triumph for the Reda ox Pittsburgh 35 75 .318
i acker, in relief, won his seventh over the Browns. TODAY'S GAMbt
e Re WBrooklyn at Milwaukee (2)
S Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
R Reveals' That Fain's at St. Louis (N)
TESTRDAT'S RESULTS h

Janxen (10-8), Hearn, Ken-
A 6 (UPDodgers. Ter i.e pedy, Corwin and Calderone. I. et
L batting pinch-bit't. 0 pstein (0-9), and Leonard EI fltT.4T ?
eh pl erria has aut- -and McCullough. i '- t
oken fd rom a The Pirates he given their ae s t he
olmar, Maryland, night club $100,000 bonus baby another Second Game kb aste r
brawl on Sunday night. kick down the baseball ladder. New York 100 001 211 0-6 10 0 ,dleight airlaeu
X-Ray examinations revealed Pitcher Paul Pett'; has been Chicago -102 000 030 1-7 14 1 .
the "mild fracture" yesterday. sent to Charlona- Worthington, Wilhelm, Koslo '
go White So. Manager lina, a ClassA e(S-) and Wetrum, Noble, Cal-
ichards says Vdn will be League. Before. Low Church, Leonard,
ned at least week. pitched for ter (07-1) and Garagiola, ol l th eb
l ;, club in New M IRuTough.
IE'^arlier yesterday, Richard& ed only three w --9 e *i *
Fain some WO for being losses. i Pittsburgh 100 320I000-6 O 1 l l rI
afc in ved an the fight. The man Cincinati ,200 020 000-4 6 1 Increasing H om
th whom he fo -James Internati ? e.W? Wausrh (1-3), Hetki and At-
e has filed aM000 dam- dent FrVa well. Podbielan (5-13), Smith,'
f ine fd two_ -$n, Kely and Seminick. NEWYORK 71 0 --n 6 C ie
Th National league'shome.by r-uMW 0 '
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SCORES Clanm fired out o
114. 1BS .R- shooters taking lu.'
Archie Turner and Al Joyce award for thirte- th
both tired perfect scores at Far won by David Harris,
fan lundy to forever bury the Expert, who as with
longf Ulve which seemingly sights. Nor M'
had prevented a perfect per- shows that ahe is
formne*or.thper, war course to the Master
here for many yars pat. The while Jeanette Orr's
Dewar tours- cekMuh of 20 Iron eight. wasv exeaMl' I
shots prone at 110 yards and 20 comparatively inepel tIS
shots prone at 100 yard* with shooter. '
|the riflee fofa poaMth total-
of 400 points. The Club's next
fle match will be heo
Archie Turner .and Al Joyce day, Aug.. IMh, at .
fired nexk and neck rlghb down match will be 30
to the finish, with Archie final- ing witith e 0-o r
ly taking first place from Al by standard NA 300 yando
the linm margin of one X-rlag tarets at 200 yards. Lois
shot. It was singularly appro- In his mateh wil eoeat
private the Archie and Al holdd club obamplodlso, so
have been the fk';t to hit this who are i
performance. Ar is a veteran championship e e
riflemanp .and was for many miss it. And dset let
years the rifle manager of the this is a real
Balboa Gun Club. Archie has or who standby
also contributed much to local legs while hei
shooting, and Is the present pli- ,hots with the
tol man er of' the Club. big bore on a four
Dick Dlhan calie'clow to ntng'at 200 yArds wUil
makln 1 t0hid ta breaker as couple of pounds.
he flre 3, roo one very more details On t
cloe e at l While a later date.
the wind wih't n ,', it was-" J
triej, and seemed to baffle The scores in day'l
some of the boys and kept X- Match follow. One
ring shots hard to get. math will be u
September to brth the
Cody Staples and WAyne Lu- number of classflcatlM
ca daded up I fouth and fired up to the required ltel
fifth places, with 309 and S307 320 shots.
Archie Turner .......... 200-14x 200- 82 4W-23
Al Joyce ................ 00-10x 00-11x
Dick DUfman ........... 200-171 19-12X
Cody p ......i..... 19-lx 200-11X -
Way .......... 200-lSx 197-If
Bill Ay ............ 1w-12x 1Z7-19 I -
No In'........ -1x -12x.
Jeas t ........... 194- 4x 198-0s IH
Mel MilUard ............. 195- 7Ix z193- M 13-
Hank Reoss .............. 193- fx 195- ax ,-
Bill Joyce .............. 19- Bx 182- x
Rarbara Millard ....... 195- 3x 1i9- 4z "1
David arrs .....,.... 187- 4x 187- 3z f 1
Ed Touey .... .... 12-4x 1723 -41 aord
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townell Jr.. announced today
t~t Immigration Service agents TWENTY-EIGIrlH TEAR. PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 19aBi #."
ln Los Angeles cited Singer
Dick.Haymes for deportation to
his native Argentina.
The. deportation warrant a-
galrnt the 34-year-old singer ac-
tor was based on the fact that
p World War II he obtained an f an W o s
exemption from military service.
at his request, because he was
k citizen of a neutral nation,
The Justice Department said'
that under the McCarran-Wal-
ton "makes him ineligible for BERLIN, Aug. 6 (UP) Five police the) desdated because "Do not become t o~
ntrzation and, therefore, thousand East German indus- they could not carry out or- German nation and
a atically deportlable or ex- trial workers were reported to ders to take food from their land but explain the
tludable ." have started a slow-down strike people, those who in fa"
today to protest a Communist The East German Commun- received the food
Tue Justice Department said ban on West food parcels While lsts relaxed their ban on travel The appeal followed ,
it discovered that Haymes re- additional Red-sctor police- to Berlin yesterday but struck the Communist paty
ceived "relief" from military | men deserted to the West be- back frantically at the distribu- committee calling 9
service on June 1, 1953, when cause they refused to man- tlon of American food with mass factories to hunt dowig
he was examined by immigra- handle hungry fellow-country- arrests and trials. of the anti-Comnm
tion service agents at Los An-' men. Western officials estimated A- ground and hand them %er
Isles on his return from a trip Qsat Germans seh'king Eisen- bout 150,001 East Germans, in- secret police.
to Honolulu. hower food parcels here said eluding 50,000 from the Soviet The Iron-clad ban on
5,000 workers in the Krupp- zone Itself, ran the Commgnist Berlin was imposed
-ruson railway repair shop and blockade yesterday' t brint the was relaxed yes 1 '.
Strangers Club foundry in Magdeburg-that 10-day total to mlre than 1,- three days of
city's biggest factory-started 500,000. demonstrations,
their own slowdown yesterday To do so they ried loss of throughout the ...i.
I (Uosing; Will to enforce demands- for the the food to Communirt police,
right to travel to Berlin freely and arrest as traitorss."
Lto ick up food without restric- The Communists apparently
ive New nage tlon. lifted their ban, on travel to
The Communist cohfiscatidn Berlin in the fade of new riots
A prominent member of Co- of food packages caused a rec- and strikes, but there was no
Ion's famous Strangers Club de- ord number of East German sign they were relaxing their
ABed today that the bayside police soldiers to desert. West attempts to wreck the f cod
rendezvous which has been the Berlin police headquarters said plan.
center of Atlantli Side social 51 asked for asylum in West The communist-dominated
I JPr, three .generations is Berlin todqy, a record for one "Nl.tional front" organization
I g to close Its doors. dy. -, in East Berlin meanwhile pub-
On the contrary, this member The majority told western Shed an apd': "-
of the Board of Governors ..
stated, the club has secured the
services of aT experienced hotel Ip
-cer cbl management sontakneSoviet Cuts Defense Spending;
ater full management soon. An
movement In cuisine and

TheClubmanddedthat an Slashes AgcuureTax 43%
inspection of the books (open
-to members at all times) will -
show the institution to be in MOSCOW, Aug. 6 (UP) Pre- of Nationalities will meet In
better financial condition than mier Georgi Malenkov's govern- separate sessions to debate the
it has been for years. ment announced last night it budget.
The club is solvent, he said. was cuttbag defumas pending for Zvefev spoke for a full hour In
Abts-to Colon merchants have the comIng yOYear 1 3 per ent what observers revarded s one
WMt6reiduced and accounts re- and taxeesoaagriculture by 43 of the most Moderate speeches
celvable from members far ex- per cent. of his career. He confined him-
ceed the present indebtedness. A sweeping review of Soviet self almost entirely to economic
The Strangers Club spokes- economy was presented to the matters.
man remarked. however, that Supreme Soviet when it met in
the Board is determined to have Joint sesaloi to h e a r Finance He said individual peasants GO1 IN.
the delinquent members pay Miniter Zverv'sa ul who do not possess cows will get or a
their outstanding bills, and that budget taL diqaJilod of 0P per cent. All
drastic steps may be taken to The di t be for- jeao
M .Pis about, reverber with plause when given, he said.Was named to
a " Zverev announced Y e new agri- OOP floOt leader, and --rm
Gen. Mark Clark cultural tax, reducing the pres- as chairman ft
Sent I A v v byhv 43A er cent with lA -iL C IlflAi


Will Retire With

- 'Years Service
WASHINGTON Aug. a (UP
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plans for further cuts next year.
In his report on behalf of the
cabinet, Zvq"v said, 1nceAmm u-
der the budget would be 543,00,-,
000,000 rubles $135,3.000006 and
expendltur6s would total 53600,-
000,000 rubles $132,625,000 000
The Russian government's ar-
bitrary rate of exchange la four
rubles to the dollar.


ne plans to retire rom te The new defense aftment
ext Oct. 31 after 40 years was 110MHee,0oe0,0 rubles which
SIs 3e,OM|e less th% for the
rk made the announcement previous year, ,
lews conference here where The defense figure was about
La been holding conferences 20 per cent of the total outlay
tw returning to his head- for the new year. In 1952 it was
ra in Tokyo. 23.9 per cent, in 1151 It was 21.3
aM he hoped his successor per cent, and in 1950 it was 183
I be designated in time for per cent.
iiderly turnover" in corn- Members of the Supreme So-
i-so that he could return to viet's two chambers the Coun-
rj4lted States in September. cil of the Union and the Council


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Dies In California
News of the death last week of
Jopeph F. Klein. retired Canal
empoe, of a heart attack at his
home in LaFayette, California,
has been received on the Isth-
mus. He was 65 years old.
Mr. and Mrs. Klein had made
their home In California since his
rti recent in March 1950 as
upbrvior of Buildings and
Equipment In the Clubhouse Di-
vision. News of his death was re-
ceived in a letter from Frank H.
Wang formerly Executive See-I
rotary, who now lives in Menlo
Park.
. Mr. Klein, a native of New York
City, had more than 30 years of
Canal service at the time of his
retirement. He was first employ-
ed in September 1918 as a wire-
man in the Electrical Division.
He left the service in 1921 and
waN reemployed a year later as
a towing locomotive operator in
the Locks Division.
He was employed at the Paci-
fic Looks for about 20 years and
was Junior Control House Oper-
ator when he was transferred in
1943 to the Clubhouse Division as
Supervir01 of Buildings and
Equipment.

Mrs. E. B. Turner
Is Zone Warden
Mrs. X T tter ha s been
eled Zne Warden of the civil
defense argntlmSn for New
Cre~t Jandl4.tU J.0. Good-
engh AIat Zone Ward-
Se elected at a meeting
nj hby rezddents of the

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RIi O9 Seoul;

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dent hbee and .
Secretaey of State John F ster P._
Dulles toured the ancient show thile
places and modern ruins of sal position h
Seoul and discussed Korea's past Road aadd C
and future this afternoon. Osh ,'fi i
Dulles indicated before the
one-hour sightiseeing tour that
he intended to use the occasion
for a "private chat" opening dI t.
cusalon of U.S.-South Korean .
strategy at the peace confer- t Os
ence.
of the tour left GOWA
littlety, however, fee
sen the key problem -40C
of common front In
r for the Octobe
peace- ce. It already has "
ibeen n two days of S. Lo
formal at Rhee's man- ,A
,ion a is scheduled as the
main eoa, Friday morning's
^agesetary of State
W accompanied
i Il two negotlatling a
00 Worked on the final
draft U.B. South Korean
def el and planned
Pan financed econo
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Seized all.eK es -found, 'tie
er- were re9 they were aTo_
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sone inhabitants and searching
d to them for identity cards or rel-
It natives or friends.
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