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My thi oly ir mnee we are In totry but- w
*Md they have eual rights In eve i when they are paid
mote worka for ee Canal than the paid in their own
SThe writer was born and raised here and has een the great-
Sation In the wrid go down and down in te ees of othe
eely through surrendering time and again m demands such
s your "Local Raters" make now.
I, for one, think the new Canal would be a good Idea lt
the Ameren puil out and see what happ to th e citizens who
gnw because Uthe am Is not gout enough.
I theie this letter WVl aroM bUtit me make one
me. statement... t tos not di atall Panamanians or all
S aa... for there axe i godly number of you l regard most
... but rather, it to dIret at the authors of those let-
etrs who are delberately provoking trtuble and attempting to
arouse the sympathies of your race.
Huarrah Fer aee Sam.
OUT IN AND TCH, COMPAIMB,
S- .edro Miguel
I o: atnamanian who bas his eye on my job."-
.o.k to you, but I'm afraid your eye doctor would
prescribe somethingg better to do with your opics. cause lI
afraid they will petrify by the time you qualify for Mot -of the
lobf now beld by your good neighbors on the Canal Zone.
My good countryI appears to be Wivtng everything ele away,
but the job now bld by us old time gringos down here are
plenty safe, my friend, until you have something better to of-
er in the way of extperlone than a couple of years In a local
go don't grow old woftink Mound to pick up the pieces "eb%
S because it'I as rie aU growing a. thlr ew, Our "privilwe
'as yo tem thes, wil e sli-i better In the future, and pay
S aless It lne wth Amein livingatandarda re on the way.
W North eoaa w ers hae earned what we enjoy
Industry, teamL ok 'and initiative over the astl N
yeas without wau on our haunches and whining for soe.
..u. __ioo .o.o, to-do s.n,. Clmbus to h .
bad At b0 ,"GO ban
.....s...rmur T)to do somnethy ATY-ot 5Srdoa
r:uratn wh tas Or 'corter am -6t te aguh fty
S _er wons to deI Ie t o .r than Wat Mfor handed
If the Panama canal local-tate housing d iA appeal, I
mespettully refer you to your own excellent barrio obrefe.'
0 amlpare., oet in the and ptch, and Work to WbrSg
se to us sconm tally rather than strive to take s
to Wyour present cale.
"Oine With Both ye. On is Job."
Af be WedU170 1 It (Mail Bao, Aug. 20) I also believe ani-
1 C be4at home and quiet but in every ity otf
S'T *ik who let their possessions anny othem.
and animals are a few of the annoyance.
SLover (Aug. 22) I thought It very oad.
WaSRnt Action (Aug. 2) had a good ide about
o purr o ^why not tax our dogs?
we owners that have or had our pet" in
W' Y can' S they all come Inand be free or an be in ar-
WouldYou haveas believe that then arn ames
P;mos and boats bring them In eVery molo 1
* seems to be two health rules, one for me and m&i ftb
mV neigbo- If he's q.lcy.
St ebie iso brought In don't forget it wi be the sd"9
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veatigations cd6asued by eler-
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Planes-Arrivals and Depart
pr and freigt e
Mrs. Alice Ragbor a Gl
sebut leader for the past six'
years in the Canal gone. will 1
speak en "What Scouting Means
to Me" at the annual fall round-; BY OSWALA J
up for adults in girl scouting to: Written for NS
be held tomorrow at 7:30 p.m
at the Port Clapton Girl Scout
House. NO l
Mts. Hagborg. who aIs current- Q6e51
ly Leader of Troop 28 at Curun- VAK3
du. was troop camp director at A
S Camp La Clma, the Girl Scout 4 K
t=op camp at the Fort Kobbp WWT
T .Shaol during the summer. 6 K
P aus for the fall training pro- 9J 1082
g sm will be presented by Mrs J 9 1 4
ry Patton Kennedy. director 610 7 4 2
R : te Canal Zone Girl Scout SOgTH
S ftucill. Prospective leaders are 6 0 0 4
S rged to attend the round-up so 97
that these plans will be conven- Q 7 6 5
tent to them. *AJ
Acting on behalf of the Board Both sides
Sf the Girl Scout Council. Mrs Suth We
M. D. Monaghan. first vice-pres- Pan Pas I
ident of the board, will welcome 46 Pass n 3
the group. Mrs. Russell Wise.i 4 Pau Pa
Balbol neighborhood chairman Opening lead-
will present a plan for leaders opening ea-
forums throughout the scout
Plans for the evening are un-|
der the guidance of Mrs. Chari ks: It is unusual to bid and rel
Igfhes, chairman of the -Fort a suit as weak as ten-nine-x
Clayton Girl Scout committee but sometimes this is quite sou
who will be hostesses for the procedure. In last year's nation
evening. tournament Henry Chanin,
e-g. Atlanta, earned a hine score
There are more little Girl making just such a bid.
Scouts on the Isthmus today'
than the Girl Scout Council has: In response to one heart Ch
*verrecorded in its history. Mrs nin hated to bid no-trump ti
Mary P. Kennedy. Executive Dl-:a singleton,but was not stro,
Sector, said today. enough to bid two diamonds. H
With a new troop registering therefore shaded the usual r
,tine new girls, it brings the to- qulrements in order to respond
tal of the Council membership to, with one spade.
918 girls which is 181 girls morel When his partner raised
than were registered in January three spades, Chanin decide
192. just nine months ago ,that his partner probably h
The Council reached the high-,strong trumps and that the su
Sut peak in its history when It offered the best road to game H
announced a membership of 840 therefore rebid his moth-eat
irls at the 40th birthday rally in ',suit.
lboa, March 15. Ever since, west opened the deuce
then the number has been stea- clubs, and Chanin saw th
daily Increasing. ci mimmy's spade support was f
The greatest Increase Is In the from robust. To draw trumps
5rownle Girl Scouts, the young- 'the normal way might well gi
et group in the Girl Scout fami- the opponents enough trunk
ly. which is made up of girls from tricks to defeat the contrail
en to ten years old. The gen-chann therefore decdeto ten years old. The enann therefore decided to ca
Tral public knows them by their his top cards and cross-ruff.
drown uniform. ie won the first trick with tl
Today there are 56 Bro'bnie ace of clubs, crossed to the a
girl Scouts on the Isthmus In 26 of diamonds, cashed the kin
Troopa and there are three new and jack of clubs, and ruffed
ownle troops which have not diamond in dummy. He ne
!fglstered and cannot be count- cashed the ace and king of hear
i. Intermediate Girl Scouts and ruffed a heart in his ow
number 285 girls in 16 Trop i'hand
tad Senior GirlScouts 67 girls in
STroops, three of Which are Ms- Another diamond ruff in dinn
other Troops. my provided th nnth trick
The newest Troop to register i, reduced East ..to V tru ic
oo64 of Forte i e man. wP When anotheiheart as now.i
cred nine gfVA. 'ra. Paul from dummy. East could -
O'Bryan and Mrs. William nothing to defeat the contract
ealy are registered as Leaders. I Actually. East ruffed low. ar
te troop is an interesttrooproop: Chanin won his tenth trick 1
!eriment as It include all the over-ruffing with the nine. Tl
ls on the Post who are Inter- 'defenders could not be prevent
Mted in Girl Scouting regardless, from taking the last three trick
Ot age. The older girls will work 'but Chanin had already made h
Pin their Intermediate Girl Scout game.
tvities just like they would In
a l -teriedlate Troop.
This organization parallels the Kinds Versatile
Iatimnal Girl Scout program for
kris living tI rural areas in the FRANKLIN. Ind. 'UP I -
tates, who are Isolated and few was turnabout for Carl W
H number in one area. It is ideal Lewis, 13 and Charlene Whee
Oir the ft. Sherman set-up which er, 14. at the Johnson Count
0a onfly a few girls and is such 4-H Fair. Carl won a cake ball
a lng distance from other Canal, Ing contest and Charlene th1
Wome Scout Troops. livestock judging event.
15 WU..KIl. Fianker
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY'
Great White Fbee
NEW ORLEANS SERVICE Crlatoeal
*S.S. Ch iqul.................. .......,.......Sept. Y
S.S. Fiador Knot .........%...................Sept.
Hndttln Refrrented Chilled su r G nl Cargo
NEW YORK SERVICE Criltbal
S.S. Jamaica ..................................Sept. 9
Fresn fregsht afllng fnm cbeal sI
Coasi Central Amerilca pi"s
Passenger Sailings to Salls from
New Orleans via Tela, Hon4urase Cristobal
S.S. Chiriqui ... ... ......... .............. Sept. 9
Weekly SUn. ab n Twelve PM.eBg rhlNt to l fork Mobl e.
Chorleton. Los Angeles., an FmAnaenedeo *B tI
We wish to announce a new special round trip rate of
5270.00 for passage on oar twelve M agehr pl sailing
weekly from Balboa to Los AMoMr w Ban iFrtnoseeo
returning from Los Angeles., fkets limited to four
months, effective September IIt to May 15th.
FRCELCS AND so VA
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W rE B4m e
ng CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 3-28M COLON A
EAST ASIATIC COMPANY
SAILING SEPTEMBER 12TH.
Accepting passengers and cargo for
Los Angeles, San Fraciscow Portland
C. B. Fenton & Company, Inc.
Paclflc TIrm Bal Building
d 'reltelkenes: Crist6bal 1781 Balboa 1M5L ,
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Vora out. wm I.d amnd rave.
Why met rad og Wtas Ads. Dave?
That's It, Anal -
The Befease Rests
alv a WINTErIOMAml
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praise the initiative and determii
tis magnificent work which, not only
the 16calpuaic a new entertainment center oit,
also places lanama among the new countries of
possessing thsis modern type
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( I eave your Ad with one of our Agemn or our tOffico iu No. 57 -- "H" Street- Panal ,
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
*4 Tivo Ave.--Phone 2-2291. and
Fourth of July Ave.-P none 2-0441
SaI6 de Beileza Americae
*U West 1 th Street
Carlton Drag Storf
10.059 Maltde AveL-Phone 35 Oot0"
Ageacia laternacional de Publlraciones Propagaid, S.A.
*3 Lottery Plan Phone -4116 "H" Street orvir itud6mte st
Phone 1-nX14 ad w-si
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be sa hav a drinkig pMal
Write AkeelAu Auwmiu.
2011 Ancen. C. L
F OM PANAMA TO MEXICC
one way $85. round trip $135 i
Sdoy-limit. $160, 'good onie yea
to LOS ANGELES. one way. S$
S15. round trip $25235. 90 d
limit) Panama Dispoatch Serv
opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Pi
DOCTORS-DINTISTS. We arrange
your cho-ce clink or office.
ventilated, windows facing stre
No. 15 Central Avenue. Ponor
Telephone 2-2412 office hours
EXCURSION BUSES for spec-al tr
to any part of the country. T
safest and most luxurious! C
THE TRIP OF YOUR LIFE
AND ONLY $45!
A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the PAl
AMA CANAL. to COLON. S/
BLAS, and PUERTO BELLO!
Last two tours of the year -
Sept. 19-20-21 Oct 3-4
SSponsored by Hotel El Ponama
'Pescadora" leaves Pier 17, Bolbx
Friday 6 a. m
Arrives Colon 1Strangers Club) 2:
Leaves Colon 9 30 p. m. for S
Puerto Bello. returning Colon Su
Leaves Strangers Club. Colon Mo
day 6 a. m.
through Canal to Balboa
Balboa to San Bios, return to Colc
From Co'on to San BIos and refu
Thru Canal only leilher wo1i $10(
Meals catered by Hotel El Panar
Bring slacks shorts, bathing su,
Iflippers and spears for underwat
fishing light jacket or sweater, an
spears for underwater fishing, ligI
jacket cr sweater, and DON'T FOF
GET YOUR CAMERA AND ROLl
CF COLOR FILM.
PI:P'e meke reservat ons earl
th uchi your Travel Agent,
p'Ocn*. Jungle Jim at Panama 3
FOR SALE-We have a few Thor
25 cycle automatic washers ol re-
duced prices. Mueblerio Casa Spar-
ton Ccntral 223 Tel 2-4591.
FC.'? SALE:-Do not pay more thnn
B44 55 net, for your new RC-8C I
Garrob 3-speed automatic record-
changer. 25 or 60 cycles, at Cdso
Spoertaon. Central 223. or at out
t'onch o No. 56. B Avenue, Pan-
PC1 SALE:-Acrosonic Spinet piano
Like new. General Electric 25
cycle. Phnograph attachment, with
records. -Phone 2-2405. House
0'22-A. Venado St. Ancon.
r .SAE:-Attention watchmakers
.CoC-pete watchmakers outfit, tools
crid'Materiel, Watchmoster, clean-
ing machine, complete assortment
crystal. round and fancy. see at _
Q:rs. 2047-B Third St., Curundu. FC
FOR SALE:-Complete Soda Foun- -
tain. Price very moderate and easy FC
payments. Apply Salozor Drug
FOR SALE:-Purebred boxer pup-
pies. female Quarters 178, Ft
Kobbe. Phone 84-2221.
Charles E. Wilson
Named To Head
Charles E. Wilson, former
president of General Electric
1ald director of the Office of
Defense Mobilization, has been
lamed national campaign
chairman of the 1952 Crusade
for Fredom, according to word
reaching here today.
Wilson's appointment was an-
Nounced by Henry Ford II. na-
tlonal chairman of the Crusade.
Wilson plans to tour the U. S.
lMd possibly Latin America to
review preparations for the
I Too Kind To Squirrel
SDOWAGIAC, Mich -iUPi-
.'-heresa such a thing as carrying
a ,e "Be Kind to Dumb Animals"
g i nuede too far. Doris Covert
I W police she slowed down her
gitoaioblle b to avoid hitSina a
r'i1 t crossing the road. A
truck hit her car in the
IS FOR SALE
FOR SALE:-60 cycle Hotpoint auto-
- matic washer. Perfect condition.
$125. Tel. Albrook 3130.
FOR SALE -Coldspot refrigerator, 8
cu. ft.. porcelain inside and out-
side. B.100.00. Currier 167-A.
FOR SALE--Household effects in-
cludming fence, 12 family house.
5765-L. telephone Balboa 2-4320.
FOR SALE:-Porcelain refrigerator,
25 cycle, 8 cu. ft. Frigidaire
Storage shelves and cabinets. Step
ladder. 5472 Diablo, 2-3123.
FOR SALE:-Radlo-phonograph com-
binoaton, table model with Cobra
Ds arm. Baby crib with screened sides
le and adjustable springs, also plos-
II tic mattress. Upholstered chair.
sery comfortable. Call 2-2969 for
crib and chair. Call 2-2935 for
- FOR SALE:-5 piece bamboo ling-
S rea.m furniture, table and 6 chairs.
floor lamp, meal dresser, other
odd gnd ends. 2047-B, Third St
FOR SALE.-Servel Refrigerator, 25
cycle. Q Street No. 23. Tel. 2-
Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employes Finance Co.
When you finance your new
or %mm car.
Ne. 41 Aftemeblle Rew
Phone 8-4964 '4-4985
FOR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
& commercial at Agencias Cosmos,
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2-4721.
FOR SALE:-1949 Frazer. Excellent
condition, 6 tires, 5 -ew white
wall, all accessories, $850. Phone
Pedro Miguel 4-576.
FOR SALE -1951 ford convertible.
15,000 miles, radio, good tires
and top. Phone 86-4159 or 2278
Albrook A F.B. Can be financed
FOR SALE.-1950 two Door Super
Buick, excellent condition. Tele-
phone Balboa 1503.
FOR SALE: 1950 Buick 4 Door.
Dynaflow, easily financed. 522-B.
Curundu Heights, 4-6 p. m.
FOR SALE:-1947 Ford 4 door so-
den. very good mechnicel condI-
tion, 4 new tires, radio, goode
M.l=& i "= ie aliee.
I Large Diingroom table $8 00 ;; umn.. .
5 Diningroom chairs 2.50
2 Spring steel lounging chairs 4 00 FOR SALE: Late 49 Buick Super
Innerspring couch 1000 Dynaflow 4-door, 23.500 miles.
Steel table, chrome finish 5 00 Radio, heater Bifroster one owner
Writing desk 5 00 asking $1,500. Phone 3-2883,
Steel filing cabinet. 40 in 5 00 2nd. St. Margarita. 8020-A. .'
Z Book stands 3 00 Trade 1940 Chevrolet pickup, ex-
Z Single beds. steel 5.00 cellent condition, new tires, bat-
Snle innerspring mattress 5 00 terry, for closed car. Phone 5-352,
Colton mattress 400 house 145. Gatun.
Large globes for lights I 50
SElectric clocks 2 00 OR SAL
Large kitchen table 500 r S
Matched linoleum rugs 6x9 3 50 al al
Linoleum rug 9 x 12. old 1.00 Real Esttte
Bronze propeller, 21 in new 10.00 FOR SALE:-E.mach cottage, 2 bed-
Fishing Rod and Reel 5 00 room with 3409 meters land, fur-
Kitchen Stools 1.00 nished, ideal country retreat. lo-
Foot stool 1.50 cared 3 miles beyond Son Carlos
Old mirrors 1.00 at "Playa Gronde," private power
New mirrors 1000 supply an water. Call Mr. Ste-
Elcctric Iron 200 phens. Corozal 3130 during work-
Electric Toaater 1 00 ing hours or call at Qtrs. 2027-8
Men's chiffonier 5.00 Curundu for information.
Tool Box 2 ft. by 3 ft
Tool Box 2 ft. by 3 ft FOR SALE:-At St. Petersburg, Flo-
Ice Box for camping, alu- rida: New 2-bedroom masonry, oak
I onum, 3 x i6..23 8.00 ^ floors, electric kitchen, hie bath.
Tran me,3 x125V 2 carport, on 4 acre, landscaped.
Transformer, 125 V2-25 Pictures and details, Balboa 2-
cycle to 6-8-12-24-32 3695.
volt 500 .. ._
Victrola in cabinet with re-
cords, very old, in perfect Position Offered
mechanical condition 1000 O-ition Offered
Rocking Horse for 2 year old 2.50 WANTED--Competent Stenographer
o miscellaneous ash trays, wood for English dictation. Must be Pon-
horses, old kitchen utensils, junk. omanion and have at least three
etc. Dirt cheap prices as I have years .experience. Apply Esso
been tired after 25 years of service Standard Oil, S. A., Calla Q Final,
and am leaving. Coll F. X. Kerr Panama.
at phone Balboa 3263 from 8 to 4 ..
o clock in daytime or come to Helpi W ented
house 0433, Frongiponi Street, 40P WOntd
Ancon between 4.30 and 5:30 or WANTED-Good cook. 'wth recom-
call Balboa 2614 during these mendation, ood salary. Must
hours______ speak Spanish. Calle 50 No. 24.
OR SALE.-Phlco refrigerator with
deep freeze, 9 1. cubic feet. 60
cycle. One year old. Good condi-
tion. Phone 6-217
OR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerator. Very good condition.
Phone Rousseau. 3456
OR SALE: Kenmore automatic
clothes dryer, 60 cycles, never used,
best offer. Call Ancon 2-6372.
Air Force officer desires furnished 3
bedroom house or chalet, prefer-
ably in Bella Vista or El Cangrejo.
areas. Phone 86-4215 or 86-
2138. Major Roth.
Service man and wife desire 3 or
4 room furnished apartment in
San Francisco or Bella Visto. Call
S Sgt Allen Wicklund at Albrook
WANTED: Used portable electric
sewing machine. Call 5-585.
WANTED:-Pupils 3 and 4 years old
for Nursery School in Gatun, $12.
00. a month. Call 5-585.
WANTED American girl desire
secretarial position. Atlantic aide.
2 yeors experience. Engllrh only.
Mary Allen. Phone 52. Colon.
T & FOIIND
LCST -Key chain in vicinity of Co-
lo-i [t.ach road or Bolivar Ave.
Fnder deliver keys Interamereican
Wormer Club 5th Melenden Ave.
' OllEV OIASKiN is no longer employed by
q. W-la, M6it, l ac. (Ford Dealer). We wi
te pc~--1i:.'e for any business traiMs-
?. 'b- ": by .*m or thru him fo-. Colpan
C"OUP.N MOTOR. INC.
.. a mi, R. P.
WANTED:-Moid wanted by Amer-
ican couple with child for house-
keeping and cooking. References
required Phone Colon 635-B.
SAN PRANCISOO, Sept. --
(UP)-The federal perjuir amd
conspiracy conviction of west
coats lonlhore leader ay
Bidgeas was upheld S"dy
by the Ninth. Circuit CmtO l
The Appellate court- uMa-
nimous declhon came ater1
than two yeam after the w .
tralian-bora grealset 8 tthe
and Warehousemen's Unisn had
been convicted IA It'aA Dok-
let Court OR han a uof at a6.
spring to defraud the MNm.*
ment m 1846 by hiding h oft
munlat party affillation whea a
applying for U. 8. ftUenshp.
The 'pealM court al a
Laiued c uloaums ol two m
aides who M We lomnd guilty
the same trI of b lpig
In a CoSTyeay to m as*
turaLIzOtl.m, They are J 3
Robertoem 47, WU LW ou
dent, and Henry
also an official of the
All three hato bee freem
*baiu opening their aWpeal of
ave year sentence o Bi
The Aefrte couat'a iulfg
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottge. The
only court In Santa Cloto with an
Oceanvtiew from all cottage Steps
to beach. Rock Gas. refriferatlSt. I
barbecue and shuffle boar&. Pan-
ane 3.1877, Margarita 3-1673.
Box No. 435 Balboa.
Foster'i cottages, completely furnsh-
ed. Halt a mile beyond Santo Cla-
re. For information visit or phone
Dogmar. Tivoli Avenue No. 6. 2-
Gramlich Santo Clare ioch-
cotftas. Electric Ice boxes, eas
stovf moderate rates. Telephone
6-440- Gnmboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi-
Two adh_ five room furnished and
unfumished apartments; private en-
closed Oardens. 8061. 10th Street,
New Cristobal. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT- .-.Small furnished oport-
ment. For information coll Pan-
FOR RENT: Two bedroom apert-
ment, 61 Ricardo Mir6, Vista imeI
moso. Cheap,, $45.00. Tel 2-2946
FOR RENT: Furnished room with-
meals. No. 34, 45th Street No.
34. Telephone 3-4625.
Rbce For Prsdecy
NEW YORK, Sept. 8 The
Unitea States Preeidencial el e-i
Lions will be very close, accord-
Ing to the authoritative U. S.
export publication "WorilW
Dwight D. Elsenhower, t'
tandiaate of the Reptabiicift
Party, Is campaigning i ,w1'
ously from coast. to eot.t
Democratic Party ca tl ,
Adlal Stevenson, Is also cen-l
ducting a campaign designed
to appeal to tne widen pos.
aM number of voters. .
Key to the uteomo of the
elecUou will be the tam vote
fe*Mn policy am str Ow-
CONirary to popmuar Impres-
l0, ft was L he alarm vote that-
Wave President rruman tWe de-
cltb6 over Mir. Dewey it. J ,48
i'naM prices were fazlitg then
-- ^begnning to slide now.
T% democrat want to keep
i fe-aupports high.
_ai btans, on the other
ha eek wer foo prices for
the. s-dty consumer. Short-
tetr twMu price trends could
Indicate th next Whilt Htoure
ocCtztut Regardless ol who
winap i_ er zarm price-sup-
po r can be expoted ian
neatt yEf. Congress.
on the Congresa to
ralm 1. tarills wiU be iM-
jE 0 t. 6 h imprts are
boollt ftl' t at hig,1 jevela,
od $My AmsArican producersl
do mat ]f It. Appeals toI t Uhe
govzUawemt for new law& t o
alscontl- Imports will not 4g-
compita-Waca when 8ad, te
shouting 4e8 down. U. 8. in-
dustry .to odpcnientM OW
en raw atgtedlals from abroa.
Dlac3t talk of drastic tWa-
Ifl actig 4"t expect much to
be nmed V 1 tby powerful
high-tadta ibf ltes now at work
Import~t development to
follow I be continuing rise
In AmV ,private investment
Chanma are good that U. 8.
private Aic capital will as-
saum a tet tr world ro In
the nest years.
X0porta A % dB. rable
heavy and tel goods
reach new 10 17 the year-
ad. fOeg avalaility w
god .t r a few ex-
Protect ywt. b
the dasgwer ot fl
and flist wtlI
Note these molner at Work
1. 30% to 40% bawpu than g
any other centa
2. Can be reasmltd Or tor
placed in a te* meonda.
3. 3 or 4 pound B t akMs
cleaninR a ltbt house.-
4. Frame never ruast. rots or
5. Screen easily replaced at
fraction of UWal cost. o
. Admits more. air and light.
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave
PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
UELLING: PianaMAA Vuatital '1
Predet.. hbiko ti..
amet Co. aim tm T
iM red). iw
Te, 8-4719 -14 li
M"ft *; iM
1La & "m i
'imupseas R Xlt w. S |
tMpift Bmg, mvt i'.
We pack al orato men |
t weeks working
S y and it's beew
Owet wa tIl
h w dinner with lu I
Save to have over.-
t too. but it Wa a
to serve them both. On
Ienhower we had
u, mashed potatos.,
bbae salad, Weed
*$pp pie and cof-
ntoower said he was
but he thought the
t"em Baid they ell-
0 very much and I
t^el having them. I
was a very nice
:.:. man. I pat my daughters,
lMtbad ota --o4h either aide
t hi. Betty l l 15 yeats old and
NYeC Is 16,
Ula E hower and
iMmt"ie at the tabe. I' be
&Ib thae them bak sany
I call one thing Mr. Btovef-
in siM which I thought was
unny., All the photogetrAp
sre Mt t and the room was Ui-
d wtth fltfthlg bulbs. He ed
i newer Mw yone eAtg
would" e BO 0ift.' .'
",Mrt. tvea oleta he tWught
y olIBmtekt aadwihbea were
ogndetrul. e, M pea W to be a
ttle hungry, Oee, Wee he ate
ty~ ~ A NI&cdPra
,_M2W Sept. 8 (M .- Nov.
~a ey saul today hi
ICCudMi tle cahoc AMhbE p
of Beatn M -hereay" 3qy
M their T feae-to-fcee meet-
'n in three s,
Arch l ter. pln=
mw4s at tW.
10 c $
** iX ph
4let A itD uS r
'lWItAND 8EUL An~
1 JjfPfH.B. Pl&O U
. t SO N
rhe heki if t
iM., touched off the .
Me meeiug betw'tha n the
rcbisbO IM d PSM Yt? mk
ace at Ctmh ome.
d hCe WtU 6te ,vW~n .
ur after he ereceVed &
sandhn tat he end his
witth t 0h curch bud di-
t within oatlonth 0 .I
Feeney maid he u e
vhbtohlb9P tId yEto
n as My fa er. w
d, they reviewed the
tra-chuirh t uarret-nd *h s
a's publicat~tb this wee
terfrom he Vatican o
The PoOt, offilal oMM # tth
Wion CathoW ArchdMoM04s
irried in full the tet of
Wter from the auprcms
.thw movement hem *#.10
Cashing smid he was' dI
publish the letter fort
we to re-ati th
and in the long dispu.
OWy said he told th t
bhop. water stnah ho
C Ud to ne ths M *
~letta had saIt Ot
t t.at "good Gi It
LVw, wby I l
a wIlM to be confnrtsl 'm
eownisag fdt s -
n bade no
b ae nrtw t to
H~~d~l^S Benedict ^^ ^^*
, ,-S'1^ .i a I I- ,
" "t jD ""is i ^ w u^.
notice ove tit-
second only i
fuels for _A-."
poslbte fut th l .
ready turnft-ttwe .t
under consul On = .
western Col=bdo 4t 0
eagtetn Utah hb A Mttt '
tMIae the tamtd t14
are of .orth.wn0kuids.
3utt hau'\ be wt afl,
It' meant alotl bltrd we lt
to art mot, nt to Prt
w itft urtonlun ta dvoes
ed imWg the t*t~k the
anycas and e ifA W te e- uar
of tne.f theA iM SmAt plc-,
athum$* e-ateb of sa.I9 t
On MMkMMei tJ Up Wet
o the Ut AON Vtaht
nd Carbft Obr. f
c000 a .yee,tr
dt, a ,
ON -a.yftHl- Trl rtal ii
.ii figures e
trr-bWSS they ieht beI a
i tos thb nattMo a to
te s4 ob vlotud .pK ,'
tim -ther place,."
eLt1tnotte ore ft&%wiat-.
Sby eu t0 8 t0
a* malelt ow ye asas.
nt found o .51m.
poiet., detected a od
eMgll yto the M ra-
4 ther ha-t ort
N twU bouncing 10 to i
ta ads over primite roads,
h.an to .bwhe It Is o
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FIRST CLASS $376.20
CauditeGrilled -es Bag
.f l oreigs
y Committee A
On 'nfuenc e'
by i4,00 Founds 4
IIamr w a u f .4_ I th officials by influIn I t. r ing to
'WTASIUNGTON a(Uti g~~er brough t onhihcenarieyad
barrage if questions. t, including. Congressmen. th ou...
S Iesi ators tieE Cheif said heOWS"o o
Whether influentiall" slaf led" with Ce tethi
7have pr0red the
p e t grtent Into dropping Pro. yt's handling the "a"
~~W MNTN Sept. 8 (U*"-J"+ 1. .. '-'" g"d *"
.ionj er-sCity vote _aud lf
o-IsI!.t caudle would a
t. T.i inr -am"Caudlefacedherope-lsn th
So e door be Hou"se .JEjl hough C hs nanto re ""
rnw suboetmhttee for l nt ii Chadlewt's there -t
ho.a Saturda toghtt, and1 o. _ethe r
_ubr"me ttee orsp pnOhak rt r#. -halig f
alC, who fl0yVOW CM .turas. RLat t
so'e boret ed tIatCud ao l b
NEA JANE LANGLEY, 14ata -
h rt,"photo at left, came off winner Mi
in the Miss America beauty.a s
played fifth in the finals. In :.
top photo, 1st to right, arse tou .mff au a to
Miss Alabama, who won fourth day notbaes that
l and M'i.. California who.e
theThe m Norpoqffl.-,Iwt
took third place. NttAvis, a bo t1Ir 1t
NEVA JANE LANGLEY, 36
sleuto that the Sugtiefue sm
f "aI itIpitt to to k 'Sga
Ge a ne .thed lr ess L inveuMtigato into engineN, .
a.. dard tca olhs-. St. .u tax s..candal... last ree..y
intmueM aS sAaic be- yearut
n .At n c M retan prices. m
thesatmember orthe 8 $n WillArrive wk *rs**
.adeued Its. ...4 C a n... comma.
GeorgiaC UUI uagowearingu Mexico Friday i
rasof thi theveItage Re O CITY, Sept. l (UP) litant to the soetaf' the
Esi~~terf wetkly, a trade atgadaee. Cot MeS A. kem6n, Presdent-Any
erkpLphotoot,. t taotrPic andare 3P no mesa- -tsse.
R oy Friend For Glamor Year a r : gy~ e..i., -- __wl__ bI se Ie Prs-en --- _Il T iibo.rd ii
M*ITC N 3, ept Sroe, erclshmteatYes )~s Lagly olda 0Mmake farcharges againstU SW m arrival FRiday in ma earags
C. r CITY, stas tist 's..... h e la m t i, MissAlana aw wonifo urtha yInt a report to the ca Ir r
'" )I'( Miss America of Ilyan College of fine St.' at, aosence today she was "very, rent s*tfrm of the fltiasal Ue!be a guest in the turU taip to tin Balboa meIgta
k 1p kissed her boy friend and Maeon, (a. t~ ~Vbled" at her c tc of.fi Stores Asse.lln. mansion on the It'Qii
for at least a uyear ha set out In Lakeand, Fla., b'et h e, bt walf i o I ld : TheI in h v aI the nt "
on a 100,000 mIle glamour tour the banner of fl Ur.g ts o is true.. Pri. .. "
bin, ta cn teMs ts Clfriw ougbt-40wa's9ongs.i a Itr
;of,. rsonal appearances. the beauty title St -. ,wAs. chosen home.- "If u.any bootleg a.
"U look. as if whe won't be tim oS others with he*irdp of Lakula, i, State vs1ent wi ave toei arryieift
able to see each other very nette good looks, a $S-lkat l'. _She was al!p-s ask the Wad -of delegations "by g f lU by .n aM
ctten," said Neva Jane Langley, bust, 35-inch hips, 23-inah waist tar e oKria Southern Col- correct g e. AlekblSr use M
I1, of her boy friend, ick and 12 pounds, ani -her pilne tI. S iue. -'rd -. -,. derb w* A
.on playing. C"a 6- hat Len, press e t % u a .s
I a She tucked away a 55,4k wa s o touring wi In- ative frtp JJ *U ed Gw de- frleaatoa
hW a l native travel ..SSe.i.. er studies be- for tas i.Ises on. liquor oue U iti. .oon Inoeg
calo fomdeing n. f. 2 esna S Ml Whl tlmeir-. ta c iely lam th easo "85 An.I1 wa ., a
ebad sng gatitn s lad from top YIs ois xlt
-vShe left tod ay for e a f li a I "als. three to "I I '
Pa ., and Cleveland, ~ W aeI te'He MI:Ie --ists of"urc eswee t-lerne
P& $ eisncarabe- ew.-
P. ee .. El- a-t't LI.are vO aOr
hurrica.epackbngof mph teewchWillArrive w.brd. -
(Aheicptr ndsml16os meWI~ ans tag~e aw the owan o
Od howledeastwarnd offCapthe knts reques t ae)r. tetilaFit S
Rietodayiand as xetd cvHmanTy lS~t I1v~rdb oep-smr onW
to byass Newhfoundan aor iteh cRi,. ocagfficias wet,*U P
move out .to whosea wih ale ern.bvltwds ndg isfo My. "M Cips Tely As ll
Its t center und the ed6up e be. t" th pantedby tlast He ;10
gi~~~~Yr flmot bac eah.er* Wag ft 001ha*1 Air-
air a fn hea resuen' search at A North KegaliA 1paryW Jboardas'sa
Thee Coastt% Guardl Iresumedma Itsl claeargm -zN
hurriWar chargebougainier at1Pter Lim Riatleap there fornd Wtal
%AMC CsmoITYX. NNept. Shroether Sbmt tws Ws ge tl e tMk eot otece
~ aw tda fr mn ndaled Mtodn.een
Mi rssA eri a of ned Collhetrge o ie ft tt~ MBc oa h a vrrnto"e imo h tb
e bth gutemueIedrto
atrokissedareuracossfrenMassacu aco- ,(fith .. "1Vl '-erHcoyRe# lw fee Aubto..mnin nte-lum
atheldmusicptreeran dsmltodast MU-eosi
fo-atd vesst elrs 4scnedthe out In Iaerages bnltv OE'cma" s ohigouh I tonha'ewig the i$ n h oa Wee~Wkutsd ism
on'sher,0and WilelamoCurtoriter bnnrUfOC) VVW 1 ti hWI U5 t te. ,iEU,
own ofmeew"nfhose[Sft slpthe'
ofe thymouthbbeautybeach. SeOULerda anwoot
looekWeat fher Burea be fror 2 th wRoams ro Lklnd-a.,eV ntwRVa r
hrpricane.was la 'wastokerepl tTaB
ofaCap eRace, New-i'from desritin W,
and ws movng NnE U.N. lnedte t
4,~~ ~bk cassignedfothtram5VrS-o-1 ecea m cifyfo h ed fdf-A
4 paraee. W N Ve 16d sicesbegaion SMfrtold U Ohim It" sefo
so issea Wt -ust in3.. theneutralh
returSn walked directly toba
hurricanepackingat1,mph osivnon whWR
me4 ,wihfwwoWI e 4t or,.e;.V n ae
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