The Panama American


Material Information

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.

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
lcc - Newspaper
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year-od Moesadh roMI
be tried for treaabn. a er
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drew from the straa whla
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disturbances were
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corps were relented WAedl
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set for the pur- British
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tWyi* tubght the In- and airplae r
UiMe te represented a loud IpeakeLi u
ftwarwlrd in federal hiring Mau Mau heoumt
i but thatt ley were The government IgO
I'tb final means of determ- spurred b a letter b
Sperson's ability to perform rorist leader Dedarn MW
*t offering to bargain ti qI
thk t 's an ntea sng blood-dren-.hed utP
S.ur explorat" a" he said. pagn agaI~ls
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Brpie .n '" acceat-*- o- t ,r While dri Ing near the Get- ..I.. .
. c- -- .,*ru Ee .-We:t border a fe l -
%Aeeks a .,. v.e 1ran close erough "td
r P to'no min u. t nd to see the elec- t
A ^ ibtrically o:'sd. cro3-bar fence .
Sr M A IL 6o with wA'ich tre Russians have .. .. ..
sliced E roue nl half. The dr.vr
Thl i I t1x Is an anen taor. .-. rsi ut The Panam Amer. unburoened himself.of a grim
n Let. ate *lc:ved grotfully ne at-. handled inea wheol coal jeat by asking it we wanted to
lent I rv', -e. o ..i-s cc. a urniu m mine, still
tloo ce,.kiri u. a etirdon't be ml ationt it it dm61.9 appear thf %% iI driving dtcstnce that day.

*den .r o ltperfr wrl i.s responsibiliticest certani. :mi st. e'l n tahl on the border between
T:,n ,ispaper ao:uro t"no hepenibllt.. oar i on:mn.nte er o pnion" I c, tern Czechoilovrkla and ,-
r. -'d n terso ln Iorom r .Eat Gc many, not too far from '
0 -Karlsbad. '
R[SPON Fr TO WE T'ER'" 'N STUDY Only the day before. our rFdlo'
Bplboa, Canal Zone. monitoring people had picked up, a
r the new s of the execution of a was
T'h 'e Iea n'in crit li:n. of United States policies and codre of uranium miners who, i iti.SM
e Carl 17- ,. I the Mail F,.. but ;ew vCceling similarly with bed revolted. And the news re- V i*tltt
mama. It i a "- oinabti r.,teomi t ti he press wh ich ex- 1nled the Soviet's hystertcal
eases oio oneo a e on. and at. the risk of being classed an drive for atomic production n. t
tiperlal-t i s.l: l the Jollowiur rerutations of Mr. Wester- Otlerwlse they would not be *e
in's critic mn of U.S olic:, contained in his article of August working the Joachimsthl pit
th rega dina~ the Panme-'United States treaties. where tlre oranlum is of suel
As a tax-pav.'nr Amnrican. a goodly portion o! my "munifl- low rrade that the Nazis dis-
nt" salary t. :.xocn:ded eventually toward financial and physical lained digging there. *II i a T
tterment of Lctin American countries whose politicians are so o Dr
dy to cor :.Woll' Wolf!" I am becoming annoyed by these But the Rusians know that to h, th "l
lings of tlhoe who now bewail the escape of the horse after the nation whieh is most po w-h
ktrelcin2 uch alacrity in locking the barn door. erfll in etonfiL energy sottrolb O 0
Thie oraelnal tneatl and subsequent one of 1936 may have the world. Whlih ki wby th is. -
rita!ned obiectionab le fea:I cs. However. the attitude which country of ours seemed wo n- l wf o
are:teraIPi DLlin i's read'' acceptance of those features is ig- real when I returned to-find l(m r mv aown
'red by l1' V.'c-cr arn arnd Mll who share his opinions. At the that:eour own preduetlon of
ImraCe ar,,; concession to insure the Influx of American dollars atomic ftwl for new s. lau m r
*t a canal porended TIe Fre nch had afforded her a taste of Ines was In danger' of delay* s -t
asperity the memories of which were still leasing. If she was and even disruptlion.. ~. e rto1
t Iv fareth.ed to anlicipao l the golden egg the What seemed still moren real
wiwo0la ven uallv lav. neither was the United -States aware was the fact that thd national wa S. a
Ithe Cenl'. potentialities placidly unaware of all thl is di- 4 -
SAt that lime it appealed the even tenor of existence would ruptio a whid result taugam r LdI u ., .. -- .
Ilow a se. led patterns for some time to come. International bitter feud between regonal i-'
letions ;ho-' srflce iind- 'lcn- of continit-d amicability. The bor leaders and the comnsn .
flar 'sP: Ie r1-r -1 r' 1(' rrr "- and most of us managed to which hb been on-tueti o th e ae
Swihin oar re ac, -vI to c: Prar -am was Linancially stralqht- key electric power slant for the
pd. and it Lh tie.l p-. ment of $S.0,000,000, plus $250,000 Paducah atenio works. Paducah
old) yeea i ren seemed a fair figure to her at that time. will strain UZB out of raw ura-
t. Western-n's charge of sharp practice appears a trifle out um metal or a uar
llte. Tlhe act that future events would accelerate the pace lne motors mad l ratmious dead-
P add c 'hers to amounts formerly consldere4 adequate is y weapons. and "da
Ine'thing o. wh4ch both nations were blissfully unaware n 1903. ly t, it weapons. o
tj the h'terim between 1903 and as late as 1940, influx of first it seems to have escaped
be; can c:aitl n:: not only encouraged-it was.sought. The the nation that for most of the
Irlto"N rev ':ed urrn to establishh business U Panama. summer there wan last no con- ROMIE. lIAm no K ey, a k heavens b2 A habanu ot ,.
Srin- '.4 t .. no e ,'rt was made by the financially sol- siruction work on the .an- I can tell you.l about gh t. Otls anos mad .V ourer.r6 t'I .
ht-r np : .abli.h businesses which would provide jobs tu h $160,000,000 Dower plant lo- sugaI an, "ap4 eye te.Ogiere i il ts.,:a1r he sl ,
I rif- "'l P .::an :s on a lrege scale. Panama looked to for- cated at Joppa, Ill. Work stop- no bag1 habits, no matter Nin. hite y aeris" h.aau.d go; rtuy.u
In caplI.l to provide the wherewithal One heard occasional pod when the At.oi E nergy women, everywhere and& all thet'Imere dead and
btterings about CemmIssary competition, but even they were Commission's subcontractor had right.. here
lto voe~ If -.. 'er doubts the !-,rprtiolns I refer them to to cancel ItS contract with the A pretty tlri .'n u gly g wl fb
e s-eech made by Senor J. J. Vallarino before the Panama firm which was b plding this vi- also lkle a Sfewer, pdpd)1tV Y,'
lpatr'er of Commerce some two or three years ago. tal power plant. on atciunt of le to.
,e Cuba. who was so anxious to be, freed from Spanish Why? Bectle. there have word. As a mat fno..I
grr :on. Pans'gra was eater td gqt out from tinder Colombian been at least 38 major s girls, Some are Just P Dier 1 n ,
mi r'tion. The nm ans.,emloved fted Ulittle difference at the at the',si.Therem is a tlel- Boya ale made oaf an D DWri,'f.
he, i1 beinv! th oninlon that the end :'stified the expedient. MeCey feud belwea l lI&a-- tails. All WiW
hen Theodore Roo:cvelt took his Rough Riders to Cuba., he I bor leader tls e fhs aitellge Boyst o ry etcarry
Isr l.-n 1 i the li ubanT. Nothing was too good the Iehane Ce, the esmstue;- and a'ehlad
r rza ft ht tm .0 Al so h o. .-,.an.

Eve po-t atk
ati now-~ in anama. eat ofrthe em Oit sav~ t e
'T L. tn i 'rraste system provides exc bi Council of the AL Bad ra M ar .t ...l..t .". ,
I oSl l rr 70 1. bt. the deficienclis of thisI h nd Bfd la M.A-I A" ma rsa' elg
p not chrel .un oU.9inOte teeron.." No doubt this .x. ony lIhn't exatly e 'J rLe I" t.r
Int will arowue s fCorm c' critic' m but I'am going to a s the force at our most harm- a. s dpd niq
at we crev't trv to to ol the the entire world on its unst project. ur. at-er W~
Itrnd bgrin lookt-!o out for Uncle Sam. The withdrawal p esman, not a eeader He He II a
lancial-aunUort would undoubtedly bring about a reversal of has just be9ep f~11 fg the mdiator a t a tEl 118ow
Litude. We v odd be depined most heartily for awhile, bi would' a y to violate Fee d In Im. I eas for .
mm nfd a ir- *.ct which indiscriminate financial aid mAllnever ati-rMetealn Latte ew nut -i.. s ow'
rcl-. I-f I' don''rn me-an so much to aIl.'iome recompmnse -. the-.who p, cnalerobLe tm vconstiale i clrta
c- ~e to:'. l"- "ldin't be too much'to exllt. tr tha th _
I n't rofic d Panami making particu e orS toward t the a
nn;i the ,.ec. of the average U.S. citizen. mue "Panama. eonrct, the delay of almostIp t gt
n I tre outr-- tt lnSulttng in their insistence th Spanista be C elauito .onstruh lnl tee l iu
oken t.nd ar- rude in other ways as well. 8tranlbly enough. rd ....... '6 3bate -aSt.~.o
e Are-l:can dollar doesn't need to speak Spanish and seems, f p lAt other com to4, see i. asrhide Vow,"
,be Wlicome in any language. The anama merchants deplore -problem p._oslo- the hr Wjui 0119- t T M s~
'M in Zone trade, but overlook the years on end dur~tg f are of the men around Preil- he it t.- yo- 1 1..-t wd M. t aB
y charged sixteen prices for any article in which a dent isenhower to keeo hnimn- ti e w seJ huband 'u ua go so lme
t .purchaser showed interest. formed of all ths--and the sub- what 4't" lhmLnt is abtsn on
If Panamanians are so avid for equality of privilege sequent failure of the White ant t. "i -dat t- is a .-
p psi: w's about applying the income tax to those who are u to 4pvelop a definltp la r 'be 'l- .. .
g l ed out of Uncle Sam's pocket? It's a poor rule that Duicy In the field of atomicn ml .male w what tbMs -. : .'
ika o in one direction. so let's quit all this double talk and e .whlch now is the largest W IL-44ttawl. fjIlt's ath"
40*a.ito the question of cold, hard, English-speaking, Amer" lle Industry in Amerlm, be.- eDra
Dollars and cents. eit or not. J knows in Is the
US. DOLLARS FOR U.S. CftZE0NS. f. cause there's no labor ley wis Ya
'a.hard and clear. -
--- y's bickering with evrtybody i
else in the field.A

of the atomic energy A-bomb Y O
program, the security people to
used IPt meters, fluorose.pes.
and physlcil examinations of r
personnel at Oak e_ 1 to va- &I fee," DR. 0
(ENam pf= C .30 e A. J

OfIRCUIT B ept l d secrets. 2'sO a 5 en,
aystmrwas op and replace. tollo .sit ed$
Presents: ed by lie-detectors used in con- y
nection with-Tessonal invesUtga.
itions. a guy t
Again there was objection on d sa -
the part of the employAes and on th A tther
E N T R A L SY Corm..lato. put tho..-,,e .-
ENTRAL GIANT RELEASE! gYmns~lb pt the tIe -deie e- l a
specific gs only. Now the A2C 0 god of
tor tL"estsn a Vuntiry bU : 'of to if

ILVANA MANGANO VITTORIO GASSMAN is studylnr the umL nato oltr :o. om o z .
and AMEDEO NAZZARI .the t happens next? Just .n .
follow this. Nowa" there i dlscu
s p t l sion of future ownership of oA the,
tlt z' YY)F entire atomic energy p ~*
SieShall the goveurabiant. oanta
"or turn it over
praise? The CDO'
union Jumps 1 th
against transfer to
ship-and opm
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are fr
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CKLEBRATEM AtR will ponsr Charit
The fifth weaddt aalgrshr eof Mr. nd Mts. Alfred T. Co eSt
Marah of Cooe ISa was eM o tued with a dinner at Hotel AngeloJa srch
hamiatmnday U play for the dancing.
The afflr was M aa by BiaSu, Mlen Hunnlcutt, and
r. Marsh as a or M el 8tevenson. Cristbal Esterl Star
Swile. The table hesl an .- Club MetU Thuda
rngement of la ts d er-., t. A STM' ml uThe mtnbers of the Cdrii
toae A to*at Was ofted -to To Charity Bl I bal astern Star Club lo
the couple by tr' friends and The members of -t. Mary's enertied Thdte y e
a-ep.sCl Auniverursy cake by the bo0teasea, &a. S
prested as the oreher A lHarrold and Mrs. AureUlf
played the Anniversary Welt ftL tW P Te b ar. slt ba thatlMad e
The guests at the dinner in- ,e. The bui ta
eluded Mr. and Mrs. William' n. h6br was i
Hadarit~, Mr. Lad Mrs. Lymanu M S I of the M enn Mr.
Bently nd Misn D11Bie Ruth Thee who attended wnr
Mars of the Atlantic Side, and Mas. Matilda Neely, Mrs.

A cocktail party held at the pilot standing horyeleraytd 0o a On Id aS, Mareys.
Officers Clp from 5:30 utl airport runway yesterday, took Mtlemn r. Pat Carey W,
7:20 saturday evrlnM was In off and flew by itself for two Alice i h, Mrs. Myrtle
the form of a welcome to the hour before it ran out of gas. r. er. r Maryn Mash,
farewelltotou injring anyn.
new Station Commander Cap- Then it crashed into a clump lara Chambers, Mrs. M
tain William A. Thorne and a of trees on a farm, It spree end- orn, Mn Ouida Turner. M
farewell to Captain Lyle L. ed without injurlnl anyone. Maxine Dixon, Mrs. Junt May,
Koepke and Mrs. oep t Mrs. Virginia Btarke, Mrs
SaThe plane'a owner. Walter Frankle Parrih, Mrs. Je
Captain and Mrs. Koepke will Warner of Iran Mountain, said Granberry, Mrs. Dorothy Fa
leave the latter part of the he-was spinnbin the propeller on and Mis race WllUamns.
week for their new Statin in the Aeronea Champion when it ,
Columbus, Ohio. started aloving down the run- The winners of the game
Th e' A. T n y. "o e g ranbbed a str e an rd WI, 'wrel MnT. urn.V
Captain Thoernie' le t Sedtohalt the twoi-jerr but M" Dlr n. Mrs. teUtge a.
join hi in the near -llate ogfround and he let go. Wii"M.s.D
The guests for the aa irpolt officials notified state
were the Officers of the eta- l who in tur Informed the al bllf

Coffee Parrty WelaomS New A et interceptor uadron at Auxiiary of Fleet
Arrivals on Navy StIaon. An r A Plrore Base near IBrsDflX M COcO BoL B,
*Mrs. John B. ri of coco sa Ste Ma e. Mieh, wa a- 11.'d Tueay, t 7: p.-a.
8olo, wau hostess for a 0otfee t 4 snoot down he una- Pier One.
rty dur en toH aieek a In case t wandered near a B e at t A
Cr Quarters, Iten to es1w--ldt -al -e r bt *- DoGme- at Fne t
the nah l 8taMoun meat a- aef-ptpthe area." I o ad wl so plaMe
rtalh, Mrs. Arthur Be r and .. Instead it elrclel laall over t t t Dairs Offices -
Mrn. Charles Kratud l the Upper Michigan peninsula Club. on Wednesday at 8:00 p.l
Mrs. Robert Mould and Mr. or about two boa*. It wa over Al person edible to
Dwht Woodalde presided at al.arm 15 miles east of heue pate are Itimea. M&
th coffee service. when it ran out of gaa and
Th guetS included Mr. iaunged into a clump of maple
JThnas Prry, Mrs. I. K. T lfn. t
a, Gardner, Mt rn State police followed the rna- rn ui- Iu
A. Wbit Mr Dothy way plane along a highway but (Netqd Plal-t-Teaher).
wr Qe =. Mrns Wya Cue- .wn hampered by thouMand of aye, tmeaure In announce.
KS K Cathertine 0. a ts- rn who swarmed out to a ogan'-i-g of hi new
tUe I. SHamilton, Mnr. '-m we
. Me, Mrs. C. De Annoa. As the atad h and ldlecding ll-l
Mrs,. P. t olgate, Mrs. P. B state to ratiby the Federal Con-' lt
Mtel6, Mrs. F. r. otlerton, tatutlom, te., state of New
M ati. ~ Thompson, Mr. C. C amphire might, be aid to Sense C"sat)
IC. sioup Mrs. A. L. Mills, hiae "reat t ': Henford, Mrs. H. Utate It was the frnt of the wting style
ok eo rsk L. O. Clal.en, coeople to declare its lnde- BMwrtrs riAN' BTSUD
Mt Baldh Nickel, Mr. H, B. pedence and adopt a constitu- TeL -
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CHICAGO. (UP) -Being a
doctor for 50 years should have
"" taken all Ottillie Zeleznys time.
But she also Is a mother and
a grandmother. "No maids rals-
L.. ed cur children," she said. "Our
home was above our offices and
we changed diapers ourselves."
Dr. Zelezny says she has
"** found the formula for health
-..snd happiness in what some
people call "the retirement
-w "Keep on working" Is her
,:-po!ution. She has no intention
,* f retiring.
S' "It's only sensible to do less
.: one grows older. But I can't.
** ese retiring altogether. WhyI
'what would I do? Stay at home!
" qind keep a maid and look at
S.hb r? Nonsense!"
Her husband. Dr. Otto Baum-
Slrucker, *a dentist, agrees with
* Pis wife's philosophy He too
' ,lnaintains his practice.


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Every morning at 8 oClocKi --
*Dr. Zeleny.a gynecologist I .
inches her "In light at Wor- ( There must te, tw,
en and Children's Hospital demjn v., s to nrhi lO-
where she has been on the M Iy trnmp in 9U,.a a g y
s taff fQr 33 years. Four after- -, opinion. bouth al e'
noons, a week she has office e' / / geCulty m i.te ini th /
,jurs in suburban Cicero. She T.U. V..1 7-., tleW ways tc lose h 13.*
;.3 maintained her personal 4, ~'M km. tractO.
practice there for 50 years. She don't kow what she him either nless st opened the a
still drives her own car, bur a Iw se8 won I e
gave up house calls eight years h sees talt e' a boIt" entered duimy I
ago. !- i- ers and cash
discarding ow hiL ou
"Every time you meet her h A id.
she's bustling about with the A erican Leoon Pla s Giant When East the
latest medical journals under rric dace of aant third
her arm, anxious to learn rond of :ue
something new." a hospital as- obcesed with that j
alo woewr, f hseal Parade For St. Louis Parley- .twsdWTha
*oclate said. lfist was f E ,om 7
She also writes for several strngth. 1p hed uE
medlsal journals. o to peades.,' .ee
Dr. Zelezny's son is a neuro- ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Au~ust 24 chipeaux., and musical units wil frem his ow
loglat; her daughter is a house- (UP, -- St. Louis z hnecoe a -also partieoat. dWes w ie t of
wife and school teacher. She carnival city for tour days when To police the Legion's aetivi- desoI the suit
has four grandchildren. 35.00 Amcrican Legionnaires ties. 400 St. Louis policemen, ill Sout
The doctor decided to keep and their wives :.rrive Aug. 31 mealbers o. the Legion will be tdtes. I.w e w t
her maiden name because it for their 35th r ltiop! conzen- on hand arot htd e*t cloi. the two tQ i nd low
was easier to spell and pro- tion in the city of the organ- HoLAing the thousands of dnt to win
niounce. ization's birth. conventioneers oosed a big wit the ta
She n tha le But while tlere will be the prob'n9 (or. lqi4 Legion of- txh tv
She explained that ahe looks ^-ulerlre d ... n- ditnhB ., W... 'bl.e ou-l g h found
'mufh younger than her years for which Legion conventions facilities within a P5-mile rad hii sel o for di-
because she's been busy all he are famed, local Legion officials of the city providin accou- yards. tlL time, of course;
When asked her ge the doc- predict emphasis will be put on modations for 2?,00 10,000 w r a t shin l but
t. r wnna ..m. r-,, ....l.. "serious matt.-rs" In view of rooms in privte homes we re corona. juPt. olu's' lt "
er was completely femi nine troubled world conditions, still nee ded two crtere thit F.n o. andJack .
I'd rather not say.1" she x e- National Commnander Lewis K. Eut Davi 1eischer, executive of "aWjlt"t #EAlt H lksw a- N&y U" "l1
'Iltaed. i nGough annIunced that Vice vice ureald t of the local con- et tW sorts and won the bt-
P dIeent Rthirdl Nixon Will be vention het dfuartrs, iting th inwith hiqsen o
White Man Covers the principal spealrr at the response of'. Louis residents oa t
opening session Aug. 31. duOing the list Legion conven- .upits StIAa ana.,
Old Indian Sites Other who wi ll ap. tAn here i. 195, said he could ut U all mf the U2e4M ha
pear duri" the convention in- assure any 'Legionnatte plan- failed, This a4 t 0 -of a
KENT, 0. (rUP Librarian clude Secretary ot State John nng to attend that accom- or .hi tha
John B. Nicholson, Jr. of Kent Foster Dulles, DeLtnse Secretary mcations will be available. oneo a4c et.ln e r than
State University here is a Charles E. Wilson, Navy E.c- In addition to theIeonon I u-are a l ato -
. spare-time Indian Mound ex- retary Robert B. inderson; the selI, the Forty .d Eight ant eure ae.t.1. t
a plorer. secretaries cf the CIO and AFL auxilI'rie of both orpiniations
This area is not as rich in and the presided., of the Na- will ,Convene here simultane-
Indian lore as some others, but tiunal Assoclltion of Manufac- ous1y.1Y .
Nicholson finds much to fil tfreers. Buslo4 sessions of tfe Le
11 the hours Be 'devof l ~ th lghtter local ln and ,tA asllfliary will be
his avocation. Ion official h yve p ned a held at St. Louis' Kifl Audito-
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Sht'a vez!Y'frustts bug
Homes have'oeen t on some. at t i l o WO yi.
Many are plo in' farm a given point.' +_ '" "i__ '_
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InI ojAonks, the heii Au ; aII. ( to ,
oad apparentlyl tirum a o al bl stone as large
ewore the onl Indians who firing squads and co .i s. Zi H of b* a abid,s poilat-
jtnade a serious attempt to live The qrty and Eight. oy of n, who o a white object on his
In this area." gin's 1 orgbn t ta t In
W twill ha thm k anptierbmsow -r-Qt s. itse hall quit he went
ow, the wh man so o who to m the
l;ustrioust in his living and parde Its had n pickedIt ul.
Ilng bllit that it's. diffl- cares Ing unt, large a golf ball A
uIt to locate good ipecimel. state. ,eraIoff Iso of Mrs. a l look proved -It was a
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American Milifarism
c WAReiaMB 91 (VP) Uve tariffb, the T of r, 3l- |tamn countries constitutes a kiss after almost 0 years ts
-Ecuardors abMor Jbse ton Eisenhower would be strippeW d f death to continental solidarl- handmade stogies.
Ch a yesterday of its noble aims. Once more we ty.
Sttatba there would see friendaMp inazt si "wThe organization of Amerl- J. H.. Wedemeyer, S,
Iare CoA l h are a intentions giving way to the S cap Qtates works actively In de- Ad to sell out his
threat o of their fish appetite of econmmrl inter- febse of freedom, but n the on- which his father start
inereastan eats, eept of ecuador, freedom and
He ad d.4 Is necessary Chiriboga made It clear that democracy cannot exist without yea.r ago. He has Bade-
to aere to the bi country t sll pro-American, tJuitco l relatlona between na- jeigar in recent year.
thet that t rnsm of saying: ng to chewing tobaca
certain* Writutes a "l Ecuador you do not see
ktis of doate.t ,ilbtal soll- anti-Amerlearn logans. All we
darity." desire is more economic asss-.
oThe s br- tanoe and more l ternatiaoal
marks im entl- j;Iusuti
tied "T T- 'i'"akly, I may assure you
eday"h t u'ty that ncador is more pro-Amer-
eachs loan than any other country o
BrH diILatin America, but. t is Impors AM
He did on tant to take note that h sen-
try by sy timents bould be cultivated
e he re .The ambassador said: "SocialT EA ES
S .e. nts on ibe- ferment in South America is the
Ch n work inke clam poverty which-
SEf .leed I'Chirthogs lsrur tato n of an only be overcome through
gi n U, 8.nadie a atj e Dr. Miltopn be ro the fullest enololtation of each
ofdth e,4% t. o th e nation's resources. I
to Latin ThLs ferment s naturally en- B V T
reat bo e" ern couraged and exoloited b the p.
.. hemianhe ktfines" Communists of South America; The Gr
wUeweE 51U EoIn the Mt States and the great disparity of treat- Ir m u on C
S~Fhar ended adootlon meant, as compared to the aassi- Lm Frnch n. b i
of higherif, as tance and help given to coun-
e--and themused a feelife ing of dissatisfa- BEARD"
.- .,visat ofOit tion In South America."
o -.. "The viltr. Milton In commenting on Indigneos n color
pronose4 .y a fton gowru In at eterh cotInents. jn~ UD E 4
S. Elsenhower J to South south American d misates. Chiri- w
iI gFI) Auirls (IUP) raced aw the Amera hads great bog said: "Unfortunately in stan a
.euaWal hope in our lrulbo- South America there still ekista CeWnik ADUIy -me nassau
didn't ima ga aid. 'W Amern- complex territorial problems, mI AIAI9I
nag to." Ee os. feel t r of ery serious inhftices which M A D L I TA KIL It F
Herman fr~I d ?ietVulness t4 lace constitute an obstacle to conti- rFAoUS COLOR CATooN mIN TacunIOa.La..
ShaInsults rhei mA war has the mental unity and s odarity.
h -e h fl11 states J.Ine im- "In South America there are
iumpli-g. yelled boLk attend the eo- countries which pre a threat to
Ii PT4";I taunts and In Iprob- others because of their increas-
le our c in-t militarism. It I necessary to CECILIA DRIV E- Nl
"It'" go that con United alert the hemisnhem to the fact
med a- States adopts a protee- hat political militarism of cr- RAND H SCOT, to MUSIC!...
Sen. Moso Denounces Ike's ",,- .,A of, J E
D'"gal KNOIN
P d wer P y as 'C 'ver Uo TTechnicolorl
Sf hso th 0- wf Domann Reel ALSO:
t w. we Add havem i Ag 24 (UP) rlehower. and McK "V DOOC O TIGER" POICM
a et"e o ror have@i muchwart G.a4ngd-r 8C .tettlIAg the rights Cof the
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Saway have ub ermlw for the r benefit ofi-
We and p ottopl e Dople. -dENCANT nAPITOLdVICTa
e h Inde itt privaThe ew a s, tewt Gradegrtent lr, In .ette Davi houn. In -QP ',
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olw- recounise that primaryr respon- uL UTH b 'ONIGAUCHO" W

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Household Automobilea
rOR SALE:-Diningroom set, kitchen FOR SALE:-Ford Jeep, duty paid,
cabinet. Picnic table. Swing Hou-.e phone 3-2340 Cristobal.
-4.542-8, Mango Street. Baibco.__ FOR SALE:-Dodge Pick Up ton
:-R SALE: -Modern 46' airfoam (1948) newly painted and in per-
cushioned love-seat with t w o fect condition. Dodge Deolers, Ti-
lrotching eno-tobles. perfect con-; voli Crossing._
edition, No. 54, 45th street, opart- FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker Star-
ment 3. i life coupe, black with tan seat
OR SALE: Comfortable Morris covers, radio and almost new bat-
chair wih reversible plastic cush- tery. Will bring for your inspection.
ions, reasonable price No. 54. Coil Kobbe 3230. Cpl. White, dur-
45th street, apartment 3. Ing duty hours.
:OR SALE:-Modern mohogcny bed- FOR SALE: 1946 Ford De Luxe
room set, Ivory color itwir beds), with radio and spot light $445.-
including beautiful dretstng table, 00. House 84-A, New Cristobol,
almostt new. No. 54, 45th street, phone 3-2970.
apartment FOR SALE:-Buick Super 4 doo? se-
FR SALE:- Oval chair. Smmons 'dan 9,500 miles. Plastic seat covers,
Beoutyrest mattress. 2 beds, 3-4 radio. Tel. Navy 3679. After 3:30
new mattress. Bedroom set, com- p. m.
plete. Bargain. No. 9, 44th street, FOR SALE:-1952 Singer Roadster.
Apt. 4, 5:00 to 9:00 p. m. 16 mm sound projector. Best offer.
FORSALE:--Westinghouse refriger- Call Albiuok 2196.
ators, 6 toot, S50.00, 7 toot, $75. FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet Con-
00; twin beds, springs and mat- vertible. Excellent condition, radio,
tresses, $60.00; dinette set wt|
tresses, 0.00; dinette set wit new top, tires good. Call Feo- i
six choirs. $40.00; console radio. lo, 85-2200 or 85-2243, $895.-
$50.00; twin bed frames, $10.00, 00
wood and metal dressers, 520.0C "
each; homemade bar. $20.00; FOR SALE:-Chevrolet 2 ton Stake
bookcase headboard for double Body Truck. Inquire at No 21
bed. S15.00; child's blackboard,l Juan B. Sosa Street.
$8.00; innerspring sofa, $15 00; FOR
venetian blinds, coffee tobles. R ALE
Misc. tools. etc. Telephone Balboa
3433, house 0855-B. Balbo. Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Five porch shades $2.-1FOR SALE:-25 cycle.l-3 H. P. and
00 each, Lattice porch partition. 1-4 H.P. $10.00 each. 5457,
Prodo quarters $13.00, two night Dioblo. cottage.
tables, $5.00 each. Westinghouse
refrigerator, one year guarantee FR SALE: Prestolyte-tank with
left, $95.CO, 9 cu. ft. Call 2-1771. reulator, and tip $20.00. / H.P.
House 719-D, Balboa. motor $15.00. 1/4 H.P. motor $5.-
00.ouse Air compressor with tonk, $15.
LOC:! 5 piece Guotema'cn mohog- 00. Phone 2-3179. 601-B, Ancon
'any livingroom set, $39, Q. M. &I Boulevard.
other furniture very. very, cheap ...
Come Monday all day frcm 9:15 WANTED
J, m. House 0764 Apt. H, Wi nl- s l
J4iamon Place, Balboa. Miscellaneous

FPR SALE: BENDIX Automatic Will buy Cadillac black 1952 1953.
wEashing moch ne and dryer. Also Preferably duty unpoid. Tel. 2-
hot water heater iga). Exce.!ent 1458.
ccndilon. Almac~n Caoidonia No. ,
-', CntrAl Acen Pa nmaIo WANTED:---Vocotibn quarters in
S, '_"_ __ _--'I. Pancmn for month of September,
FCR SAi.E:--Double Bads complete. 3-0281
*S48.C0, Wardrobcs 50.'-o0. Dre- D iin Offr
S10.00. Buffets 8.00, Cib position Offered
complete $35.00, New ma;t~re" -
I '165. Double spring. 16.00 WANTED:--Sales agents for club.
Co ds. 59900. Wi-ir chari Apply with your identification card.
." r0, mIe tables 00., (Cprnet). Good opportunity for
1-P, G~ a. Oled I a bulA .'li inferetted persons. Parisien Furni-
..6.O I 'e .a derks 35.0. 0 B> ture No. 168, Central Avenue.
Aron S2, C'CI D.nette sets S25.00.;
'r -:;. .r 3 i, ond many other bar- fiela Jennl r WInWi
-: ns in L-ch new and recondt:on-
.ASY TEn s NO INTEREST Reds Penetrated
CHAP":- -- WE D 'VER
WOe Fre" Ite furniture, mcke slip- Ueder Ul AII ilies
t" e c. eic. Co!l us for free es-
I .e WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 (UP)
A-. 'cw 1 N, 41. Phone 3-4911_ Sen Willim N Jenner (R-
Tna)i 2 tr l tniow f nmmtnnint.I

FOR SALE Quartermoster single hFve carried on a "successful
1i. coair. 'nmoching pillow.; 25- ana important penetration of
Gec'e reli.ciator 6 cu. ft. feet; the United States gtVernment,
l de. mctch:ng choir; Fos- and this penetration has not
-H. lly pattern; louvres. i been full y expose."
Bfno,. lor I 2-family apartment; i
ie n cucbo.rd 4 shelves: oak He made the statement in re-
btoord bookcase with heatngo leasing a report by his enpte
uit 0440-J Ancon, 2-1807 after internal security subcommittee
6:3H p._ .. on wbat was turnedd interlock-
FA, SL. A. ing" subv;erslon In government
FO-SALE.--- eial kitchen cabinets, departments and In Congress.
dibbl$ cobinet sink, mahogany1 He promised to continue the
cd ee btobl and 4 choirs, Electro- investigation.
luc doll l.ouse, toys, etc. Bolboa
3072. house 118 Balboo Heights. The su committee charged
FOR SALE -Westinghouse refriger- that in recent years "powerful
ator 25 cycle. 9 cu. ft. All porce- groups and individuals within
lain. Good condition. $80.00. Call the execut'\e branch were at
6--32. work obstructing and weken-
R SALE-ew refrigerator less In the effort to eliminate So-
thon' hal. prce. 60 cycle. Anconl viet agents from positions in
A",e.. 86. Apt. 7. Vovernment"n It gave no names.
FO SALE-3 Redwood porch shdes It said "there is ample evid-
SELO S CE10.00; 9 12 en tnat the Federal Bureau of
greenn broaorioom rug with rubber In'veskgat n and other agen-
under-curhion 120 Ridge Road. cies learnILd the underlying
B.lboa He. ghs fatts of the Communist conspi-
B .... --racy end time and time again
performed their duty and noti-
Jacked tie proper administration
JcI Dempsey agencies of this information. I
a. a

daughter Joan, yI,
Weds This Week
S4INA MONICA, Calif.. Aug.
4 (UP) Former heavyweighti
box1nR champion Jack Demp-
Ssaid today his 19-ye;rjold
dnhter. Joan. will marry Den-
n O'lahertv. 21. of Santa Mo-
Vlic. next Saturday.
Dempsev said the wedding willJ
be attended by a "few friends"'
and will be held at the Church]
of Our Ladv of Lorette, in Los
Angeles. with Rev. MsRr. Ray-
Inmnd O'Flaherty officiating. A
reception will follow at the
every Hills Hotel.
Joan is Dempsey's daughter
F*M a marriage to former mu-
Meal comedy actress Hannah
Mllhfam Demp ey; TMif r
d eaWt, Barbar, 17.

a few lef et nowt

But. the committee said. the
loyalty program broke down
chiefly because the executive
agencis failed to act on the
inm'rmatioi, and fire the al-
leged Reds.
T h e subcommittee recom-
mend tbat-
1. The Senate judiciary com-
mittee and Justice Department
study existing laws with a view
to extendin-, the statute of lim-
ltctlons on false oaths by gov-
ernment employes.
2. Congress pass a bill permit-
Ink committee to grant im-
imunity to operative witnesses.
3., The executive agencies of
the government reevaluCte the
records and personal histories
pIt-9 employs who have been
abocated In any way with
communtmi or Communists


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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical link.
Central Avenue K" street prer.
Telephone 2-3479 Ponama..
Boeing 4-npine pnesn. Oniey
to Miams: $70.00 Raourd-Trip
$126.00. ne-wo' to New' Yrk:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00Xn S
telephone 2-1655.
Try your luck!
with our merchandise club
Central Avenue 113
SPECIAL FLIGHT to Kingston, leav-
ing every two weeks $60 one way,
$108 round trip. Panamd Dispatch
Service 36 Avenida Naclonal (Au-
tomobile row) Tel. 2-1655, Pan-


FOR SALE:-.Complete line of Smith
Way Welding Electrodes: Mild
steel, cast iron (Machinable),
and hard facing. F. ICAZA Y CIA.
FOR SALE:-7 cu. ft. Westinghouse
porcelain refrigerator, radio, ploy-
pen. Call 2-1580.
FOR SALE-Used fluorescent 4-tube
industrial lamps. Inquire at No. 21
Juan B. Soso Street.
FOR SALE:-Typewritter Underwood
portable. English andSpanish key-
board $35.00. Calle Estudionte
77-A. Tanlo Maria, Apartment 3.
FOR SALE: 37 Red Rock heas,
laying and 58 that will be produc-
ing in October. Bargain price, leav-
ing. Telephone 4-674 Pedro Mi-
guel. 8 to 12 m.

Real Estate

FOR SALE: Nice chalet in San
Francisco, 525 meters, garden
fence. Thomas Real Estate, Central
Ave. No. 259. Tel. 3-1069.
FOR SALE:-Bargain! Going, cheaply
two family apartment building,
concrete foundation No. 4243,
main rood. Pueblo Nuevo. Coll
FOR SALE:-_6 1-2 hectares of land
in New, 100 meters
facing.concrete highway, 4 Cts.
square nieter, Tel. 3-3021.

former HllMerile

Forbidden To tRu

In GeranEleclton
-Dr. Werner Naumann, a Nazi-
like political leader, was forbid-
den today to take part in Ger-
man politics.
Naumann. leader of the Ger-
man Reichs party and the high-
est-ranking former Hitlere still
at large, was ordered by the In-
terior minister of the state of
North Rhine-Westphalia to call
off his rabble-rousing election-
eering campaign.
Naumann, who was Nazi propa-
ganda minister Joseph Goebbel's
deputy when the war ended, was
branded a "category two" (ma-
Jor) offender under the'denaui-
fication code.
The state government of Low-
er Baxony also demanded that
the federal government at Bonn
ban the Relchs Party (DPR) oil
grounds it is attempting to set
itself up as the "successor to
Hitler's Nazis.
Naumann was named in Hit-
ler's will as the successor to
Goebbels as propaganda mni-
ter. "
Classification of the strident-
voiced "LittE, .Fuehrer" as a
"major Nazi oftender" strips him
of his right to vote and elimin-
ates him as his party's princl-
Dal candidate for election to the
West German parliament in next
month's elections.
The order also prohibits Nau-
mann frommembership in a
Ulitical purt~ or trade union.
from serving as an editor or
writer or radio commentator or
from practcling law, medicine or
eren operattlt as an Indemen-
dent merhest during the next
five years.
He may appeal from the ruling
within two wete, but the ban
on his atltl Is ef-




Pan& -1877. I

Foster's Cottages. 1
Santd Clara. PledlsI
linena. Phone akf

Greeih Saotr
ges Elctrd I
moderate ratl. Tali
Gemboe; 4-567, Peda
WILUAMS' Santa Clar -
taogp. Large, comfort
near beach. Balboa pt


FOR RENT:- -Chtlt in
Bella Vista. Appl comer
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bath using up lent ttme
catching bait (boni ) for mar-
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ler of the "Hula" No weight rounl decision ~ver orwab
SSaturday there was a reindes- rn ud champ
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vous at the anchorage at Cocoa ere. agt amt
,r Point. Seventeen boats were tion orf th flrst mu- tw .
eterd heyheaded for ept that on this on
s r Bay where the rest of the form lnt ouetp ebetr e
... -e -n -.d fishing will be done.
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'o t breezes to thi.. n yesterday's featud $1000 Claim "A" on the way to Pfias Bay. The g remd of te b eat"r
i 0seveniposiofing' P e if hedd-and-head battler st marlin caught n the tour- the mecd wand s in
the dOthe dit&. | UW= ueond, QGo r 0no7Wt lL~rtldn, Edgar fourth and Amorlo Ia nney was taken by Elmer Orr. It whihb eganhE tg dlpu-,
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out ol a Jersey City. N J, PARIS. Aug 24 UPI--Rebel- on a recall and 205 deputies al- Laniel and re native quarters that 1
apartment house after he and .lious non-Communist strikers ready have petitioned for one, of non-Comm a.* officials Were I
a wonr. were overcome b (lertied their leaders and kept Prolonged labor unrest un- greed on a F'rl. slate workers w
gS Both survived. Fiance in semi-paralysis today doubtedly would remove the in- day, but is. eminent requlil
A tlheatening to puU the props decision of many now silent, trations, a dus. back to work.
"i irom under Premier Joseph Lan- Police wearing steel helmets tries and pun-
iel'- freshman government. and carrying carbines patrolled 'lUag the .
Pr baton Offie Hundreds of thousands of So- the outskirts of Paris, its sta- agreement tH i Te.
ciallst and Catholic union work- tions and other strategic points turn to the al with-
SProb tion Ofic e rs were idle in the mines and as scattered -acts of sabotage out ipenaUy,-. 1
oubUc utilities three days after were reported.
their chieftains agreed with Pop- The Comau &1,a4 General
To Hear All From ular Republican Party ne.otia- French railway offilalse re. ConfederaUtli., Loreted
o near All F rom tor on a settlement of the walk- ported trains were beins sabo- upon the proclaim l.
outs which have crippled the' tared as Communtst union the Lantel a faree
coLm ry for three weeks, battled to block a back-to- The Co their
IH l f / d The Communists seized on work movement of 2,006,84 workers to walkout
la tnrheir dlssatisfaelion to call on strikers, which we .
Hal.-Clad HenrI labor generally for a blanket The International Calals-to- ago. o- ar the O
strike. asel express was derailed near Howevr, tm al., t
I The National Assembly steer- Maubeuge Saturday 'nibt. Two was report o at S .
JERSEY CITY. N. J.. Aug. 24 ing committee was scheduled to hundred passengers were shak- cent of af -o thi a
(UPi -- Henry IThe Dutchman I meet today to decide whteher to en up. Officials said a disaster lr cent.W h21 I MT et 40t0"
Grt''7-v.eld has a date with his rer-ill vacationing deputies for a was averted only because the of oif t"Mf 3 .M a I wtd a
ro'- 'on officers Aug. 31, in, full-dress emergency debate onltrain slowed for a stretch it nor- the ia W wk e
'h+'-, I-r mav be questioned a.-Laniel's nollcles and the situa-'mally makes pt 60 miles an hour. Union taun rWstit r tndee ed ep 1
beo I '.- found unconsrlous tlon confronting France. A transformer was blown up a series of mov by oftlals.
t1i "..r",mn In a gas-filled a- A confidence vote would al- 'n I~ nv-en-Barrols. rrar Nancy. "MisunderittadkW"il ed to tf taer'e r el
bpi *nt here. I most certainly follow Two hun-1 Outside Toulouse a railway engi- stedy stream of p-- ten a
dred and nine nameF are requir- never was inilred seriouslv when railway wprte: %fl i
Grunewald and Mrs. Ann An- ed before the committee can act a stone smashed the windshield and Jlall *
derfon, Catorunllle. Md., wereI o his cab. Pnorts rel
found half-clad In the apart- Inv iale
menrt I8pa Flidnv\. Neither was n '- "I
ser .. 'o rondition.a tt.houih Denaf gon Sefs T o "
Gruiwrld told police they had .
on- to the apsrtr flet because l
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For Non-Segregated"$A
The nair were charged with --- o '... ".. i
bein, disorderlv and were taken LA JOLLA, Calif.. Aug. 24 (UP) "
to the Jersey City medlcpl cen- -J Edgar Hoover. director of WASHINGTON, Aug. 24 (UP) rIesilde
ter for observation. They were the Federal Bureau of Investi- The Befenge Department un- leh
released shortly after. I gatidn, said today the FBI was der preadlential prompthsigl his o
t.h. is ;... Investigatln charges by Sen. set the fall of 1955 as the "t r- fed
Grunewald retutrned to nhlsJoseph McCarthy that a Latin get date" for eliminating segre- der fect.l".
8oring Lake. N J.. summer home, I Americon country was "'shook nation in state-operated schools B 4t
wh-e his wife has been s Iayino !down" for S.10000 by former on military posts, It was learned will be
Mrs. Anderson rerlrned to her State Department officials, today. -ti Wlt 1t
hotel in Sea iOrt. N.J. IIf the states fall to take this t 1e, however
SThe alleged shakedown was action in the next two years.of- "caIplicating taOrt li chdl
Ornewald pleaded euiltv lastmade in connection with aid icials said, there is a strong operated by the sta a "-
MP.vto cent#mnt of Conoreas for which the country was entitled possibility the federal govern- tarybaes, "b' "
def,,i a 'Hsloule committee t to receive. McCarthy charged He ment will take over the schools ty i
vp''-"atins reports he .onwed was sunplled information forlhe gnd operate them 6n a non-ra- It called upon t services to
ext-i-aP interest in several large charges by reporter Gene Fuson clal basis. consult with Ideal authorities '
tax cases. of the San Diego Union, who vis- This step however. might run bout what stepH e~tfll beik talbt
Cited Guatemala on assignment into opposition from Congress. to integrate the 8610la,1
14 wq.q fined l 000. lvePn a for his newspaper. I which In the past has objected
s0--' sunenled tail sentence Hoover, who entered Scripps to any federal "interference" In Sfnomedt sosurcs aid Defl
an" -'-.ri on nrob'tton- f"r a Metabolie Clinic yesterday for loc.el school systems. l y a e WIblo g
ye-" "'-- MIs Dbvslc,'n ,?oIt he his armnnal physical checkup, said At present 16 Army and Air told e servyte to llat a e
iff'--'' f 'om a-heart condition the FBI would seek to uncover Force bases have segregated itaR rvevon" e imepea -to.
that mlicht be endangered if he all facts In the case schools operated by the states Ale eod too ndsegrei te .
served a.jal term. "Our powers, of course, are assisted by federal funds. Andgh the 1o55 e "*et date"
limited to more or less unearth- The Navy has state-operated [sett S the .195 "te ret date o
The terms b' his. orobatlon In facts." he smid. "A congres- schools on three bases where omh V e integration of th e
per'iy ameri other thlnes that slonal investigation has much local laws call for segregation. c .
he "must live a c. an, honest broader powers, but we shall but it has avoided the issue by T .m step ..s .a b. teffet
and temperate life." bive the facts as soon as possl- not assigning Negro personnel S_ ,f. M _&B d f
istre with children to these bases. e_.s n stDefi neg eDs1
_Magistrate ih hel ow. Re ll-td t bet,]g the Defense Dh
released Orunewald and Mrs m't nd the Office of -
9ieroh ine their own custody ttfer e which h aad
Nil aVcnilght and" set a hearing bl for tse schools,,
Sept. ofIsch. of daso,
~.tginnlly set. te. date for' dle u al aid for the sa
Ag. 31. but Orunewald won abu tok the poison it
ementt whed 'he said he nt .'.Intehre vith local l- _
wa scheduledd to appear that M bh l atibn whaless dlreted. to
da 'i. Washilgton fbr a proba-' do Qo 1m. th Defense Dep11I
tioq bek., mnt. a"amd.
4 Milntary installatrMions On wbi idsAi

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dnBi poice record af seven ol-
* feMTwas ,fitid $15 isi Balbp
Fl Btrte's GoOrt'this mbrml'.
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wlI.;respaealg in the La Boca
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Pine Bluff Arsenal. Ark.:.
BlisaTex.; Fort Hood, Tex.;
Sam Houston, 'T.:; Fort Be1
Va.: and Port Sfl, Okla.
Maxwell Air Force Base,
MacDill APB, Fla.: BgHn
Fla.: Tyndall- kFB, Pa.:
drew AFB, papdolph,
Tex.: Reee .l 4 e t.; Shep
AB. Tex.: KLkEMld AiPB. '

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nlani Las given a siaen IPt RGING AWAY While a telephone workers' strike disrupts sro e a i prSevaset S
day jaW s atence ra on, service over a slb-state area in the southwest. supervisor Dper- Naval Ai _- peset
probalion- for one. ea' on a normal attemuled to keen the phones working. In Leaven- Fla.. Naval- Ai- Ul PA U
S charge of loitrng under house worth, Kans., three o..icials o the Southwestern Bell Telephone an
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