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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00105
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: 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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00105
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&mer out s that the Canal amr ( labad S tn trade relattong with the ut.
as the phrary function' for Which they werebu ntO- ONheW ---*d aa*-we how
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Wi the Deency 1 sILPanamA please do something ] I ape irt a
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Sister Ship of inF Enterprise" New York .n the 88 Cristobal of
Arrived Here Ta eating the Panama Line With Mr.
The. Flying Tradpr. glster ship Stockha are hit wife and their
of the ill-fatFAd.lynr Enterprise. daughter. I.
arrived early this morning at The Oristobal left yesterday
Balboa from Los Angeles and the from New York with 201 passen-
Far East gers aboard. a capacity load.
The 8,.500-ton Isbrandtsen Line WReturning aboard the Cristo-
shin hegan transitine the Canal bal frbm Stat.'s vacations are a
en route to New York shortly af- nTmbWr of teachers and schools
ter arrival She is carrying a full Dersnnel. among them Roger C.
load of general Far Eart rare. iackett. Dean of the Canal Zone
Fenton.p nd Company are the lo- Junlor College Also litedH as a
cal agents returning p psenter Is Miss Joyce
C- - 'O e, Oov.rnnr of Canal
Shfrk Caught off Zon. rls State. who has been
Wortensia Bertin att*idini Girls Nation in Wash-
A 12-font shark was caniht Ington, D.C.

earlv yesterday mornln- f.rm
the fishing boat ortansia Ber-. T- c plete advance possen-
tin. berthed at Pier 14 in Balboe. 'F. t. 0i received at Balboa
Panama Agencies local ague N IMi._llows:
for the ship, said the Hortensta s, Midrred Abreu and
P.-rtin arrived in Balohn late fdauhter: Miss Patrici .Nolen
Tuerdav night from fish Ing Adams; JThves F. Ahearn: John
grounds A2.milbrton: *Mi. and Mrs T. Le-
-a'- W BtrfltM Ihd three children:
Beautiful N-rwerqi mhin Mimgs Nlan E.. Parr: Mr and
Arriving Todav in WeTboa Mrs. IN,.'R. Afl1 and son: Mrs
The M S Glenville. a 9.000- Peptriee 1.. Sliane and tiree
ton Norweerin care liner Is ar- 'vildren: Mr.'and'Mrs. K.,nneth
rivlng in Bplbon Pt 4:30 p.m. to- K'. A Booth and two children.
dav. The Glenville was sied as A/2c Robert J Bovd. Jr.: Mrs.
a sample of the type of ships re. Vivian Bradv and daughter; Ed-
presentative of Norw-'ilayn ship- ward Hutheq Brnwder- Mrs. He-
ping., in recent artfile that ap- 'en Brvan: Mrs. Georgia T. But-.
peare i n the eSatirtliav uventne ler and daughter: Mr. and Mfp.
-seln. itve paires of Bcet"res were Robert W Chandlr and 3 PhIl-
"Itcsdet In the article tbpt were dren: Mrs Predeta 0. Cha.'e
"f4V aboard the .Oln4le. andr datgehter: Mimpwovet. Col-
wil disheh rre go inInr.- and Mr. sait, lMrM. "Owen
trirtobtl tomorrow ilpht ptFer Corrian and 2 rhf[ti.."
,rnalfl- the Canal transit Tbh Fronk M navis, :..: 'Mr wld
191envilte carries a crew ot 46 Mrq Rnbert TatChetts VMIss Ma-
men. Sevrn Atlantic side Dassen- rnv Detweller- Mr. and Mrs.
.Vers that made fhe trion frorLos' Wlliam ntesz: MI'. 'rd Mrs.
_A. es wilL ,l-timbark .l Cnri- William 0. Dolan and I ell-
1tfl. The ship is benmd for New dren: Mts Frones J3 DWyer:.
York *Penton and Company are Mr and Mrs Fred A. Dube and
the local agents. 2 children; and Miss Marian G.
Pint Spanish Pasmenger Sthip Mrs. JBan 'Gites't SMbert W;
Arrives at English.Port Graham: Mr. and Mrs. Gregoli
m" 3pesh 4 Ow1n1 War P Gramlieh. Jr. and 2 childnm:
M IPAbA WKt .Bn Aln 14 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gueraoe:
(1JPI The whit.--hllsd 6518- Rover C Harkett: Miss Edna C.
ton liner FaIlorador Tradter Havemner, Mrs. Jean 0. Hill aad
docked here tnday Shp is the 2 children: ML- L-la Mee n d-
first Spanish liner to call at an sn: and Mrs.'llilbet(b9. ne
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Civil War. Mrs Margaret .ltwv: ,!
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SblD siluISon is among the paf- Dleddrenl Mr. andfSllq3Oh |.
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Sa r. Service P rl and Cvlin POR SALE :-M--odem sMee dressers. stoves, ma4 e tereo M. Tle o 'e,
___--___ ___ Governme r Emloiye In two tone colra. Place 2-3708- 6-441 .-t"I--
We have decided to run one or two Isat n House 0954 A imir Id. asin- Ns f it III "ir
more tours through e toGOpe F a FOR SALE: -- ebytlnAette. ma- c alfe Ame t 4 l.o, rawa "ont RWehald PaiMf g Jis
aard a abea 6,bem spraymsgu
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Twin Screw Diesel Cruiser "Pescadore" s .43775, Ba .Cf*
Tour sponsored by Hotel EL PANAMA m 84 Pna 3-I Cit 3-bal Mess o
Fom Blbes: 50.00 From Colon: .FOR SALE: -r Blo"3i- t room set, ah, -es .
S $40.00.Ony Through Canal $10.00.:FOR E$AB o e w
Ior film, lshoo upictse of your tar needs or children. 1i RENT me n .
nlifem, spoea a ldi t5lf, Iltfv5 sugar gentle hdrsha saddle suitable FOR SALE:-4 piEe French provin- .Aalbei
ca ill, Indian salboats against for children, .00. Cl 6-344', el plate Al iMM I I M beutifl 'a
grn fIungle background. coconut Gambos o Hthtl glass t opt; large ipahony desk Two itSI t e room furllishe4
palm Islands with sandy beaches. Vi- FOR SALE: 'Oly cah re- and chair; redle25 cycle; hump uinwrflW o artnirmts; privofa t 0. F. N V Y, Cm
it Inhabited Indian sands. Swim- quired for 1951 4 or Chevrolit er; both scales, refrigeroror 25 closed graderW. 8061. 10th Str Ce Ntral Ave. L
mrnig, sgllboating in a "hollow log." Powerglide. Two tone green Un- cycle, Latme, Tivoli Hotel. New Cristobel. Telephone Colon
Pbrtebelio: See old forts, Cathedral dercoated, 6,000 miles, phone Al- FOR SALE:-25 Cycle Bendix Auto 1386.
FOR SALTE:r2" Cycle 6endix Auto-yI"B6.
Trseaury House, statue of "Black brook 5232.m atic Spindry washing machine, FOR kElt:-Modern, ample opot- ANAMA ROW. t
hris.And of course, 54 mle of Pan- FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury Monte- excellent condition, $125.00. Cris- irfnt, two bedrooms, maid's rod6, BtM g
ama Canal from one end to the other, r y, hO black and grey, ra- tabo l 3-1411. 49"h St., Belle Vista, "Grecl," --wiM" Fi llks*11 1k1"
Leaving Balboa, Pier 1 Friday, d, automatic transmission. Cll FOR SA hogan bedroom set g p.m. onward.
August 15. Arrivng Colon, Strangers F. Sherman 87-022 between 8. of twin beda, night table, and chif- Left only few modern oportments, hr Co. ,
Club 2:30 p. m. Leave Strangers a. m. 4: 0 p. m. fonler $175.00. Baby's crib $25.- ead cold water system. Army ow- a (common g l e
Club 9:90 p. m., arrive San Be dy- FOR SALE: 1935 Ford Coupe. 00. House 31-5th St. New Cris- thorities inspected. Call imme-b ns e ed).
light. Retum Sunday, August 17. Good tranrpe riton. 0252-,C tobel. diet ly 3-4941. thl. 3-4TO 3-1M
late afternoon. Gerbo, iel. ..*
Phone "Jungle Jim" 3-160. Ho- G to, -.
PoEl P Jnal FOR SALE--Buy a Singer SM Sport FOR SALE:-Vyneftln blinds for b- FOR RENT
SEl PnRoodster be up to dote and save chelor opsrftent, kitchen, tRN FUe-
S your Trvel Agent an rair, O o and oil. TROPICAL phone stand, Mddfer, Ikchen uren- N _-.-F . m: s ""_ B
See your Trvel Agent. MOTORS The Prfect Little si, se taf We ever pots, Ency- FOA ENt:-Fumiihed rooms with *
Ca. clopedla set, nut-cracker bowl, 2 ,lcfet. In Obtl Vista to one *i N"" i=7 0
Piano Tuning and genearol repair. choirs, table cloths, 50 ft, garden tV 4 Wf}tnh Forelogners l fr-f ,1f1 .10lo
SStreet, he 10, room J FOR SALE-1940 Nash Amrbos- hose, 2 door Pontiac 1936. 0410 red .Tel fe, tai ase
Moses, Anean, C. Z. dor 6, 175,00, Wile electric port- G, Frangipani St., Anton, C. Z. Call j
trA,---Sve wih m iy lh so e A in, $85.00 Anytime after 4 p. m.t50A T
which we offer you at their cost Bab Phone 2-32. FOR SALE.-New Philco, 2 door 10
price for definite liquidation. a foot refrigerator, 0 cycle. Phone .0
Bna China-Figurines, Bohemian FOR SALE: 1951 Hillman Mirrx, 3-2730.
Lead, Cristal, Lighters SIlverwarew S miles, d lhnt condition, -'t FOR RBNT:-Two bd
nd gift orticl. We a a Mn g .000. Ctlabe phone 3-: FO i: Tropicalostyle ling- with maid's re*ar' and
all our furniture, eft. e stM room, coffee table, 2 end tables. Belierlo Poraems r4nr
Cnest of tables, Peruvian rugs, pair 15th St. Sun r-o dce e-doiton o"red m
prs Come first to "MheP FOR SALE:-1950 lord Station We- he"Itks, 3rd Fast St., Curundu, Walking distance from SAS.
No. 4 37th Street. Tel. 3- ood ion, $1,100.00. 2042-A. P 8 254. 2175 Pna .
S 0161. P10e1 Gulak 88-262.
FOR SALE:-Nosh Rambler Station FOR SALE:-Brand new Internation- R
FOR SALE Wagon, yith white wll tires, un- al-Harvester refrigerator, 7 cu. ft. lfet in San F.nc6 S. Tel.
SSUE I dercdat, rrk y patl. Can't be Still in lndf piftMrig o with 2 f 3t fp. dn. A
*_told fro. w. _h__o_____,d 5 Yer .W, m W5 n rffl. yea Wr*'- A. WOtKWA
":e e --OOriglnal priceL S FOUND $75.00,.will
90,011 E:-Corfipfite assartinefit of SALE:-1951 for $26000 cash. Call 678 LOS. & FOUND L
f, finaols, iteel pipe. EUREKA, S. will accept ~ -n (d R- of w1lt and______
A. 183 Central As, Just around car. C43all CT 42 F SL :e sr9
.- r "J" St. 6 until 9 p. m. FOR SALE: 2 2-6443 or 2
Eo"becai* bon spnt FbEed" ct. .
:- blond t Ing hine, waffle Iron and toear
pa, r. 79-n oes, .eli4'a type' SenWo, f1-A, 4th St. -oLOST 'l tripled. fort "
; PhIonne 44 t 4 p.m. :r f or
L, tts sel, m ot.moar, $20 ;A ey$
front iepe#AMnl."also s ubchmotor $10.00,refrigeration unit
m y d Cou freom,. 1445-A Owwt.& ehlase, mom ft"P4)
n -- -- O r 91111 .. 2-3630. i t ,
S Scyln eFOR SALE:--Outboard motor, "E giod ndr "1
stores., sprinkler system for vault, HP, extra prop, $80.00. Albre k 1--'f I *' h ls'.
S and temp-shade. Phone 3-0617, 621 u d W. an aS
Panami. FOR SALE: 26 ft. Boat. Mine i
Yowl. Marine Grln y eoGin, i, "l-
lent condition. $1,400. Call Bet- M y
SWANTED boo 1214. C.

lIia. ds.om FOR SALE
*' I V TD TO RENT: In residen- Emlt Ese
Ial sectr, preferably In suburbs.
elffurmlMed house: 9 bedrooms, 2 FOR SALE:--Land with buildings,
S aNhoensW, mold's room with both- some accessories, Las ulos.. Inter-'
o om, garage, and some garden., sted parties call Navy 2488, of-
Can arrange contract for one year. fice hours or house 623-A, Coco-
: TeMephone Panama 3-0255. 11 after 4 p. m.
-WANTID:-4hort haired puppy dog. FOR SALE-3 bedroom beach hemw,
Cal 3-2919. Housm 33, Mafrg- Completely furnished $3,000.00.
rite St. New Crtstabl. Seacliff Acres. Tel. Balboa 3022,
S MnIbtble single person desires to after
Sst small eaprtene r b Dor houe,
*nmihed or udnfmurnJed for 2 or rofiOnW WiIW en h
3 iPnths. WioCWufFt oppnunty
Sp n ai n vocation. WANTED: Ambitious young man U
phone Panama 3-2100. to assist in carpenter shop and j
a -drive e pick Up. ting reference
r WATED: Furnsihed house or to Industries Pan-Amerieona No.
apartment. Good ridential sec- 22, 29th St. EmpxMalon., from 10 I
' tsL.Pm BPwin A 6-287. to 12 a. m. and from 2.30 to 4.30
fANTED:-By American family ew p. m
or two bedroom apartment, unfur- WANTED: Competent experienced
i t or with. kltha fumhnwed, electrician for employenWt n the
ib VItae district, pter. Tele-L Fume y Lua ICOLON) Electric p1
Onesri'lbeo 1572. Plant, Apply with references 2:00
P. M. Friday.
aionklan SGiMgIrl. Net appeear-
Sfa lance. Apply in person, Almacen
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IW REtNT.-Office space approxi-
S motely 2,000 square feet in well Iomg W s On 3*
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Doubleheaders; Bosox Win

NIEW YORK, Aup.. I4.-(LTP)-The Giants'
(fatm hbo Clint Harlung and Jim Ithodes, just
rietnty in from the hin !r1ands, paced -the New TrAM
Yorkers to an 8-4 tri 'rn h over the Dodgers last {ro1 .h
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fte .Dodgers took the opener a day-nitht it, b:e- Hea-el hp a
headed at E :ets Field 5-4 on Peeyee, Reese's basesa .'.'.
loaded single. Pittr .

The split lPft the Dod".e:q nin-. ed the contest with a prandslam
full ganuer in f.ont in the A- ho.nier for the Snartors: TODAY* ,A ui,
tional Leauc pennant iaP I.,no Feller, more of a liability Now Yorkist 0IIIM a...
Harl unt pIr. !cula I .srOd It rn a nasset for the Indians ;115 S M
after hr rchaiged with a than an asset for the Indians' ... .. .
thbn% o;ni fiutor on a Pet ball af- Uo.nIer 5-2 to the Browns as (11i-l vsMs uP .-Spahn.
tei a 55 minUte rainmtoim that Di An- Pillette pitched a five-1 ,Cinc Sat ,at o-Raf-
let in two D '-r runs. ,I1. which was followed by fenberger (12-1 6 i V. acker
EII -'. Wynn's four-hit 9-1 tri-." ri 10 4)aker104)
Hsrtun; more than atoned foI umpi lot the Indians-Wynn's .fttbIh at St. Lois night)
the pe by driving in tnee 15th sut'cce Dickson (l-t,) ,. Lrek., (7-7).
run- with two double. Rhads-j.. ...!s7-.,
cur f' rtourh with three run' Bob Ye thrbise-run horn-
batted In--tuo on a double and Pr gave I his victory s. SLT .. .
be other on a single- and AL margin wl tosen and TF- STERA'ISLTS
Oorwlh. who pitched scoreltrFs Ray Boone n monmer for thi r ot, ,. I
bah un-il the. ram. vi4ded only Indina I A i-t attack i New York 0 'N0" 4 9 0
orne earned run and was a .strong the aecofl Brooklyn ONI01 t ix-5 8 0
figure In the third Giant victory1 The White 5ro rapped the TI-1 Hearn, Wilhelm, Grek, Lanier
ovew, the Dodgers In a week. Joe gers '7-1 tit'AlBttolt night game ( -10 and W tr mvars.
Blsck was rhe winning pitcher In on Joe Dobson's four-hitler. EI .Erkine, BlDck (9-2) and Cam-
the opener p, ,anel .
The Dodgers got an even brepk' The Red Sotoppe the Athle-, -
When Re-xe singled in the win- ties .4-0 #at lbston on a three- Sec .ondGame
ninz run in the opener in which hitter by lefty M]el Parnell. The New York 060 040 121-8 12 1
Both Pobbb' Thomson of tr e 'win left.the ed- ox five games Brooklyn 0N0064 .000-4 6 1
OSrnt' and Gil Hodues of the off the Ynteesa' pace. Clyde Corwi,_ Wihelm,_ J sen and
bo :gers hit two-run home Vollmer drove tin three runs with westrum, Yvar.
In o her Pfat onrfl LeSzuea i holer afld Mrowingles. WCuade, More, Bs, lack, Van-
Lameq. the Phkile otpped. the ... k and C..ane.la.
raves 3-0 on Karl flrews five- The Senators tied up their .._--
hitte* then lost t1-3 In a Pbita- jan tn' the 'th on .Eddie Twilight GCe
delnlia tiwilbt twioll as SmiI|N"a's boqt.za"p which Mickey, BsInO1Y8.... *s.oi o- o t
Jethroe hit two homers In one Vernon put them two runs In PhIlBaelpb0ia 06 1U 3 1 -
ne for the -irst time of his front witH a hatr in the 13th.
aq r "while pt Ch eago the Reds But the Yankes ramiled with Bickford (7- 1),Johnson, Chip-
e,'tered the Cuhs 11-3 then lost three runs to win It as Martin men and cooe -...
ohIes t-hlfter The sent Hom he te' ft run. Drews 110-411 end Burgess.
irteP..yind Cardirils had arfi ight G
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nre etakno doubled. walkedLo01'0610--9 1
t0-.tvwo bases and drove in tout -hiladelphla 010 8a020-r-3 10 i
r'. Surkont I7-111 and Burris.
S Vrewx wa baked up by DelSimmons. 10-4)l, RdL k, Heint-
als is and Connie Ryan homers g selmn dLopata. t
IM 'the opener in which Vern "---
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I u 'fo r. fhrave!red starer Cincinfnati 120 000 602-11 14
Wifheed a fractured fgr
f *he hit b- n 'lliae drt". Cbkiaigo 100 000 011-3 11 3
In the American League. the Church *4-7 a d .Seminlek.1
Otmankees stayed two-and-one- At i pPteln. (7-3), anvtlle andp
half game In front or the In- Atwell.
'detns by splittin u with the Sen- h "e b an-m--
t. Ors. winning 10-9 In 13 tnnlne The ve.W American 61tmigs CncliSti 000 9 000-- 0 8
o n Bili" Martin's saupe?e buni monrt is a Ilow who knot hl I Chicago n000 0i0 x-0 ? 12 1
ngle pfter losing the opener 1- self out tn middle Irk ryin to Chcao 000 0 x-7 12 1q
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Clevelad .. .. ..63 49 .51
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IP adl a .. .. 59 52 .51
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Tuesday ihts Resolts
Special Troops 53, Carta VieJf
Maduro 37, Jr. College 32.
ToDight'. Games
6:30-Far. Pan vs. B.H.S.
7:45-Jr, College vs. Specle
9:0-:-Maduro vs. Cart Vie*f-

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Carta Vieja. J.C. plays Special
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WASIGTON. Aug 14 (UP) Let kr pipl ktknowethee tmath Ewr t s # .a?. wh We Lim
-_ ctve Service officials said ..
yesterday they may have to dip rENTYSEVENT AR P M ,
IntO'the ranks of middle aged I .*>, It. 1 P.. 14, n ii -r
medical quotas sometime after w ,
SThey are mailing ues ritf Treotmt P pmised
noiresoto -a doctors and dent-
uevnors military service or i-,
ve not been on active duty '"
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men will be available to meet fi i II-*
October needs bu to&d e or that.lror te Investig.o t p toIe 9 y- p .. .... '..
they said. quotas may have t9
be filled in part by older men.
Middle aged doctors and dent- CAIRO, Aug. 14 (UP)-An Troep Warb f ead I o e ae IOtt and ta. chinery in
it without previous service areEgyptlan mi tary court was gruoa a of th itso s o a silF the ftiMot ~lti1 vi was not at
lum 0 ped in draft Priority 3 alone wnp ieparing toy to begin an. fat ath i t rat~teee eof iAB ed por. previously
with, recent medical and dental on-che-spot trial of the alleged Beheirs gthat farther p** .ai ied that t of
school graduates who were edu- Instigators of yesterday's bloody .ible vi.. te ouM d not a U gh as . $1
atied at their own expense. riot near Alexandria. in which Motor rftr between Cairo ltoer Te ..vl,
oney. whch al, i, a five persons were killed and 33 and Alexan ,it wasu alted for n W.iIterest. S In
Previously medical and injured. |many hours a t he Army forces reported sm,1 do*-
daoal draft cals have been m moved up. glOb th factory. M end of
S efffl ,n .Prlortilet m an d 2 s str man Gen. il s for
v^4t World War 71 service Army w pinustae- K Ing Fa (11Wi1w M"tt
to eraplete- their training. edthat elil violence wod *
Draft officials estimate that be treated as session, and be Ie ; re sE
only 500 men are left In these s ubject to the death pnealty, kAs tAh Ce dc ad ,1 9m .2 a ,
two-yrou. The October call Is andPna e Alty Maher sld Vaye lOaTis't Cell Key *6Ws, two laborer B
for I physicians and 200 dent-, the IMry trib-nal's judg- The tajured
late ri. ime ~reint wouvl be executed Im- e i S w f orke, e iht
Selective Service Director Lewis Mab1tely asd without mercy. one soldlr.
B. NerAhey has told local draft n Maher ordered the suspension WASHeNOON, Aug. 14 (UP) it over to the Oommunit .
boards to use up the reserve of of the provincial governor of -The United States Is trying to extent. tesses ajd t
young Priority 3 men before tap- Beheira and of the district pol- work out a naephrate dba for Caeheha. vkla. boug. thf. T t.ed when police
POf older doctors. There are Ice chief of Kafr el Dawar. the disposing orf the #11,000,01W Steel WAlli tht country 0em ne W -throwing labor" .
abbot 33,000 men In this priority, sprawling factory town where mill that Oedh6oslovak iee d a eforeAt could bte -a le .ltra-modern Tto '
bt many would be deferred. the rioting broke out yesterday, mandpd as part t the pitee e te 'Oommunlst took dvi r to clear the way fft
The questionnaires will help Troops., supported by tanks releasfthg AMeridan newman ta e Uted StttC turt t 1 tie sentto extingugtl
tertane which 'would be avail- and armored cars, cleared the, William N. Ott, It was dcl.osed the l be exported. in the plant l
abletforimilltary service. ultra-modern cotton mills there today. t 4ised cotte Iat h
A spolkesmn sam manyof of sitdown strikers who barri- kie OGttU w ea onqtMAd .i..1 w-b
t* recent raduates apearent- caded thaieselves inside the IThe 'U las standing. on its a ttuMrped-up *py chain, i nan AGita ir.
ly believe it ir not necassrY mills as r"otrs set fire to bales carter pObition that the Btil la istcha oetei to r an t.? 18 dAbai i
forl them to register under the of cotton, to the spinning and not en any way connected vi freedom If te -Vdit'r -'the I e- a ta
,Sdle rmt .law. weaving shops. and to the ad- neiteadm f to Ce Otbla from wo.ld hand b"9r the milL i i,
The draft hs called ui 1 522 ministrat ive building a CzechDrs n.
Troop g,,d* 5vunded iup more than- ot mlit111ttcon

Ofus.: Those drafted do not. .t"auyr tnis cy x 'Pr. ] .. _--
There are two r.1 e i for to =e w~ h.
. poundss on1which physiciansend 111u 10Wa". .. .''- --__ [
:o:ir;.r ^Colon Expostiona or '53 ...
One Is Oe 14pPyulcoo 'condition ai e ,I V"
end the othrwhether Announced Ior not Wn n
Uirdship on the community.
Wormallv. deferementa are not ,
granted phvaiciana or dentist on WASHINGTON. Aug. 14 1Usi exeinemion from In or
'd itndencv grounds because -The city of Colon, Repu ble oto Ithl t al this se ttueir 'I
Thev re c e officers' nav and Papama, will celebLat- ift cP.I bu a B oelei.t
allewances for dependents. tennary with an international l D Kr Rubio I h tm aa entan at-
exposition in 1958, according to tendMg the third hPn Amert '
an announcement today at the cona llmtion on teaphy u&i e '^d 't *'"
SafPaPn Amerlcati Union by r. An- the lternationa ro as- I
96 p roucegel Rubio, 1o fessor m geogr hy Otographers. '-
at the Un versity of Pn I-s.

S their stndw ..and tobacco Industries, andhe n y e '. .. i 1 "
t ,btiid~u g first exhibition Ina the pl.a- N,_ An m t ......
play of interest to counties
SAug where tourism plays a role ito A- 'JI
CAGO. 'Aug. 14 i UP i -The the national economy. A
'United States meat packing in- Among countries which -haveW .
dustry slowed down today as hit announced their partlcanUm asg-1 s,] m ..J Ui i... 15'
and miss aorikes affected plants are Italy, Spain, Greece, Fatoe A light increase in the nm- a n
abstes the country, and con- and Portugal. It is believed thtis er -t students Wonr tli 1 theI at S a.
treit negotltionls bogged down all the American republistWill sCada e 'ne colored 'it O.'
tn lcego. join n the exposition. Th food o eng day this ys~rmim
'IIlIfas of the CIO United and agriculture orgainiateT of pPt o the first a a
Paklfnghouse workers union the United Nations will also be ySearvbodul iO siamon w'
aWt they would meet later to- represented. 10 TeWek by the C ra a e lr t.
day with Armour and Co. and T'is year also marks the ex- S luel Division. e o
Wison, after all day sessions pansion of operations of Colon's Onft ibing day, Alug. 4, a to-
yesterday with Swift and Wil- free trade sone, expected to con- tal tl 4265 students en1 11 all
son failed to produce agreement. tribute to the exposition's s e- rolled i SA grades from ftear.-
Top union offiquals maintain- 0S. t&a"l. ugh grade 11. TA814yarBiiF
hUff ias anain- ie Colon Pie e which 11-1- y registpi
ad that their stand was that-. gadffaeyuolo one which dow r t'iglg i
they would not Wall a walklou commenced operation In 1951, Is.t
as long as negotiations con- aeasdIn two area: port ra rta
ved. boti i hni idua gro. just north of the Crhstooa docks. detg*wtens were about* .
walk out at any time. and the ifidustrial area in the unat sae than last .
The rouatl AL Amalgamated southeastern ameer of the pe- was general increase
The regoialon Anvalvate d ninsula, used for packing, as- eo n thIe N ud .*
Ieat. Cutters hinted that they sembly ic on pllnant b t ier eIn gre
mightejoin sporadic walkouts such U.S. firms as Parke-Davis though is.
thi weekendand Gillette.
United Packingworkers offi- The Panamanian Government In the junior high sche. -GI
val have rejected two Armour Is offering certain advantages to Intree soo Ver last Yeadia
rs during the negotato, business firin and Individuals day ftue a mounted
on the grounds that they wre inside the f zone. These in- seven per st.
Inadequate. lude exemption from present
The negotiations involve 80.000 and future taxes, both national seniorr high sc;odls, u a.
010 workers and 40,000 AIL and provincial, on all merchan- other hand, were ugm
employed by the Big Four pack-I dise. mantifsetuted or not which lower In nisoliut Uig nt
rb Armour, Wilson. SwiftI parted for -exportation 9 time sool started

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