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Aid To Coon
A plan to have all merchan-
dise arriving at the port of Co-
n from Atlantic port cleared
.irouagh customs on the Atlantic
d pf the Isthmr was advanc-
S today by Albert Motta, pres-
den of the Colon Chamber of
Motta said the plan would
about increased 'ommer-
i vty in the terminal cl-
whee employment nd bus-
Sopportunltle are at a low
.iqe supestion was made In a
Stetr to 1l Panama AImrica
trningq "Colon's economic
'j o I,
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A# WBt cargo arriving at
.qI Panama City mer-
aItl se loaded on Panama
ti bncars and shipped to
S4e- M City fretght .hou.
oth rough cetoms.
Ax the plan would
ate wt wmMncessary for busl-
qs 0rto have their merchan-
sf beb;ht to Panama imme-
tel rer It is unloaded trem
r s.at .OCetabl atd. would
O'ba tl*m to establish
Iarbouses in the ci of Oolog
t e at ch dise alt
heir coavem iene.
He sentded that the govern-
int Mte dam te'put the ptU
at effect tdnce It would gli
arge treportation Ines a
s.e~il9W .bu.lnain,,l -
iWime kales and rant
i ,n k'to tn Iamer n, kfnbr
Red Envoys Tory
Wooing Them BA
PANMUNJOM, Sept. 8 (UP) -The Allies today be
gin sending anti-Communist North Kmm and CLmeoep
war prisons to ti neutral zone whe t envoys
try to lure them back home.
SThe Alliedn commlad sid. 14,710 Chimes-.d 7, V
North Koranas all would be in the demilitarized zoB
Sept. 18. The "explantions" Communist agents
make to them under the armistice terms were expected
to begin in about two weeks.
The Reds have not said when they will deliver to
the Indian custodial forces in the buffer belt some 4W
Allied prisoners, about 10 to 30 of them non-Korem.
They will hear similar "explanations" by Allied officiob.
Only eight of the S357 Amer- Tokyo last night. He and a pue
lean was prisoners freed in of 30 staff members will
Operation Big Switch remain in Kore in a day or two to maa
Korea. it was announced tody. final arrangemts for the "
ThI last shpload of 30 re- blanatnamns.
PtRtehd hRican tsold ars le ft g auete f th
achon tat afte i fof the erm, ac a. 1
NaTy transport, OaUil Howew, p.5Pgi 'i
and 10 were tflw to Japan for ned l adenid at
final medical pt elhu. chiael that more .
ChO war t piMi mIS 2
_or ase g t pt 3 in_. ri_ s smot o an ',L .,
d-, p uilS, t (UP) --itench -n
d ue sh-arp eyes on IFa l
n a .tod e b
LJ 1 1 -^ A -"*
t 1Ue ^l
ry or w w conom cr
Ks ting H kTime,
;o,, ~- a
SRo.ucy. Redhe. Says
i*a,,,*, -." t y "-' "" *' ur-,, .-- b te- h A -
I -With te sachan-s of prisan- Tim '.- d -
ers comilated, business bwee
switehbeg from repatktion to
tt AtY4 tleexplanantion", .- the atte t fto
cost time" get prisoners who refuse repa-
t. A ment a on to change their minds.
Sbeg6losetdn T*he last traces of the main TO nl
e t down- Sunday were disappeng rap- Two Panamanian defendamts
Sleve on PARIS Sept. 8 (UP) Rita pidly. The titlee Golden ate" were given penitentiary aet .
S eFrance's Haywort and Aly han', law- transfer point at Inchon was ea or one and two years
the Eu- ers reached full agreement to- closing down. during this morning 's essir
Wa /as webe- ay ina a $10,000 divorce set- the U.8. District Court.
ignirau t in the tlement writing fin. to their The Neutral Nations Repatria- Two other defendants, bet
The situation storybook romance and leaving ton Commission set under charged with returning to tU
in short, doed the glomorou titian-haired mo- the armistice will oversee the Canal Zone after deportatie
rry whatsoever." vi e free to marry again. "explanations" given to the war each received two-year aente.
s anism an U.s thee Saement the $1,. prisoner who passed up the e suspended for five ears.
l ast week 00,000 aum would be pd by change for repatriation in Oper- An old-time often Aer. lD.o
t biggest Prlce Aly to the people's sole ation w Rud, will spend the next
child, Princess emin, who will years in th penitentary.
price cuts were be l d in the Moslem faith. The ah n of the five-a- 25-year-old defendant was fund
movers program t three paintlgs out of tion e.m alon, Lt. Gen. K. B. guity of returning to the Car
rale the stand- the cement e tangible Thimarya of India, arrived in one after deportation. She h
ind expand the aonetr of the IMO marriage already been convicted and seir
nd washed gov- tht mlashed the front rop bo sententcedr a td se La
wouldd make P Of the Two IndiansI Fail e. two penitentiary term
Sod mae o the Bartle Aug. 1850 and in Aug. 191, for
SR man l r s rUl e rt Bartley o n the ame offense.
one the Ori re f, said To Turn In Lost Rud who claims she has a
tho war. ot tole im- 1d -year-old son to support, has
antei ar te exe the bar- Wallet Fined $25 c ..
rat of a T ,u Ie the re. qar-t; sa Fi. $25 a lengthy Canal Zone record
S thta judge will Wd;nge baeg to March 9IM. In
'th e divorce Two San Blas Ilndtana from Panama also ashe has been con-
-the divor obbe who ftloed to ttn in Yted of battery and prosthtu
aenusa qy redhere. beion. Judge Gthrie F. Crowe
.r. ,w hre- S.Pa billfold they had found, were r
each sentenced to spend td Idays followed the District Attorney's
nd thehin jail and fuied 25 this aotn- recommendation in passing the
,Ing in the Balboa Maglstrate's sentence.
Court on a charge of lareey of Alcibiades Rodrigues, 17 yeasf
Sound property. of age. was sentenced to sped
0,LFO. Italy 4lm g n l stions a- one year in1 the penitentiary aig
Pope Plus 3M m during the Clalea Morris eau Maiell- er he pleaded guilty to a subg
e Roman Cth- uuast 16, and no Slano, 29, and Johnny Mar- quent offense of etit larceny.
Sotion to stAt- period end- ris, 19, were found guilty of keep- The vyathful defendau wa
tha ito ster l ,r ioang to an lng a billfold containing $16 and found in Balbek on July a
' to striise or rdoat the personal papers they had found carrying a steln shirt sad
rrhae of a i st USSa l in the NCO quarters at Ft. Kob- duniareras worth i. Re was
tary taints. hI r-week period be. The wallet belonged to Al- ureviouse r eonveted of p
tan in a speed hli there j three applica- fonso Vargas and was valued at larceny o Dee. 1. oM ea nd
lsterday. .gl, $3. prior to that had a l ng re trd
ibe yesterday at o f onvietons for mwagtaey
hldence her to and -theft.
from line- I lg G lives eM tliowing the tAt-
d the a s t ct Judge G lives rls commendation, t
J Conglre .s- Judge told the youthful defend-
Ip. The temt ee ant he felt he could lamrn a wse-
S'A FT re4S..h Chance futl trade at OGambes, during his
Two year sentences sapendd
ak fg hu k e e M for five years each we
ry inmate while he faced the deportation on two Panamanisi ge
hail~ backr in 191. charge. with returnit" to the CmnuI
L 'e to go straight Carter was recognized by a Zone after deportation.
e U.S Dis- Cretobal policeman ist month The defendant were Lhu An-
m "T .l where he and 'a.9iended. At that time tonio Chantrell. 21, whq was ap-
returning to he ted In the Balboa Ma- prehended Aut. 4. Re was prIe
t' deports- p loa.nn osan WeON ock.- viously deported July 23.
.,U charge of Oct. 15. The second offender wam Jg-
tshwed (P) J oseph A. Car- I ,'fined B and sentenced to eph Wickham. 27. who ht a
F shwe d a two-year sen- t Inl Cu. olen~thy Canal one reierd
Ift ery.sd.l for a period of m he cludint a ten-year robbep wet
m d" G aufrle T, was tt"ined to help anyone viction ran June 3S he was
M of u. t thMat WIUS O c lits such a crime as by a policeman a
ied- to see- t o to the agM e ed car on TivoSl AUsM.-
SIt aployment during has not Iured anyone, ar Iit bean extraet0ing ltq i
and was lead- a eiM3 of taitude. or dInve eomeartet. n,
Sst. e width the oliare5sa
um J deb i-arWrest h im thaea t
ato the the pat tried in the
Sk C at meklag am Court for
,lrei.- tor vehicle
Rowlnd The tudg
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H 1TAEN PANAMAA AMEICAN
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
owNe AND PUBLIirD ev THr PANAMA AMERICAN PRMS. INC. Labor News I f
SOUNln n m NELSo N ROUN8aVECLL I N was
NARMO AIO ARIAS. DTORr4
:45 MADIdON AVE NEW YORK. 171 N. Y.
LOCAL *P MAll
P jPMOWN. IN ADANCE S '114170 a20
S SIXMONTHS. IN AD VANCR O I00
R YEAR. IN AoVANW so 4 00 By Vicor Rtese
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN Somehow the haze of summer r g from
heat has blotted out the heat
and violence on the labor front." J -A M m
Sb And the facts that there have W p" ,- I
b M A II 8 A been night-long riots in one part -VtOI,
of the country; that a Mine ;V.WA"f95 o.1-,_ -
The Mail Box is on open forim for readers ut The Panama Amer- Union organizer was shot to I 6tly t
ken. Letters ae received groatfully and are handled in a wholly con l- death in another; that another a
dentt l manner, organizer was kidnapped, and t -
It you cntribute a letter don't be Imp patient t It doesn't appear the that men have been slugged on
emrr day. Letters are published i the order received, both sides of many picket Ipnes, 'T '
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length ha e let no impact o a perspir- a M, ,it ,"h
Identity of letter writers is held in strict et confidence. ing nation. r
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions But you can bet your beach
expressed in letters from reM rn. cabana that two tough under- flu- of',
-prd in tter cover forces have been watching
the destruction of men and sered t o iatu, '
QUESTIONS THAT ANNOY property and the breaking of I
Sir: bones by angered partisans on diaper '.
As a local rater, I have been an employee in the service of the These observant forces -
Panama Canal from those hectic davs of construction, working stalking each other in that to
In and around the pestholes of muck and dirt that carried di-j weird shadow-world of spy
teeses such as were prevalent those rda\. minalaria, typhoid, yel-! and counter spy, saboteur and p4ol 1140ofte1
low fever, and many others of hlech the present incumbents of covnter-agent know full m
the Personnel Bureau ha .e no knowledge well that increasing bitterness %
aAnd so the time haq come for a disability charge with the on the Industrial front is a sign a ror IAo
spalir sun of $25 per month And now I am asked these ques- of the tines as jobs and money a*uto e al
tilon get tighter in the post-war cut-isi ae
Are you married? Wifes name' How many children" Any back. hf pIuw ar t reh e o it
working? How much do thev contributeI Where will you live? One of these forces is the FBI. s powder
In the home? Do'vou own a house. or an' land? munist Party's underground ap-. e t started
S Doesn't a poor, old colored man have any rights at all? Why paratus inside labor the only d .-l
should my own personal busine-s become everybody else's pro-Soviet force now worth wor-
.I sure wish the Governor would mnvEstiate and put a stop pryin about in the U..now worth wor- A db
to such an exasperating situation. There ought to be a limit to There are days when the men "h. attentr n to
everything. around J. Edgar Hoover peel off 14 0l.e .i".
A Local Rater as many as 1.000 agents to keep
Local Rater watch on the Communist labor ., oH
underground. That's 1000 out of
the 6000 available for all chores,19 u
including the stalking of bank I b,
thieves and the Ku Klux YKlannb Bah'.T r
under the Civil Rights statutes .' .. .. h" drmt
which President Eslenhower and- bst In :M t ie -ur
his Attorney General Herbert "It l
Brownell have activated so that boe- it'
no man any here gets pushed Ba d Thrfeat. a..- ;en i-
around by hooded gangs. = It
01Daily these PMI agents. wheth-
: gretester they are the 1000 on special By O lR is.ARK o
H EgreaestG cases or the 15 or so who closed B 1-"o a o eoiBd "
drsoea.tert in on the two Communist fug-i- aevee nvmp
: mond-rang tives in the High Sierras. turn In R O e a while you wake a feelingl faor the mesaflks.' Now t& tMb .me a stt i mnlys-ered. .n.d sa e
rhrio we have reports on whichAtty.enaew yduft mo a.INow t111hmea nBottoeth;ate s
,tio we have reports on which Atty. Oen. real mean Aad d and wih you were back tn cars and ask me to te. It haa got to be thB ld e b
r offered. Brownell reloed the other day the Navy or something, and then a small thing bald business s."ao &ii.
Fine quality, whe In he U.. are a grported, Communstl happens tomake your day. Mine'q made. Just If you come right 'do n to 1 a bald- hheaded- lmta (4..
Icanlr acut din- n he d U.. are oa greater m enad a thing out of London to the eflet tmt man il. a lot bjadLr thia a b~+Ib "3 lt a *r."
aclel mathin an r U.. areconcenrated ..." ..--h'----- t'~* IS'
mond, matching oore in unions than ede men ate more virUle than bubWheaded hull'fl of aeMw p-.. 1T UnltY' I
'mountings of else." n uns an where boys head Is uh I6m e V. hedge. You can see
ountngse.Medical magazines, b ked.up byrS aYs every littlire con0vol abl sk. d yL ou tl
'p4K gold. d.* U hiM P hemdtredhg Unral= ten- i th
Why a greatethat I ta nmen have he ain he ten- heuk b the st of dhis a
cWhy a greter menace nowC dencieas to bold, the morei ilmo an ereal- bald mad bau no Iidda He do. .o Alled 01M
AllBecause the Communists, ed g blyopheicaSl tta ip p crtln to go tco bat head w n to krep the wild .r
All 3 Rings too, are watching the tighten- bald; the man whoe hands are Isatie has S Ea from wavii wih d. t the -
Ing of lines as labor and Indus- better andc of keeplag lis aa -'*
ordr.. to be the c o,. I had o itcd mxat s the lars t about I ls hl ,
typBecause the BI has Inf.ormed the dee tt d h i.r UM o Nr 'e rkT,"
b2" bolstered by billions n defense milsl* Retus). I b qwa suspeted thitot d he hed one is keI a .lb.. .I."
Brownell in general terms whatanereeftLat a hapes, siesand s tageller
Bepausethe "h noorm ed' Wore o dytharnatOut a I ,a 4*the hm
theBureau's agents learn from up to me at cocktall parties, leering, and making among the leaR
specific Comintern directive toYveiled hints about hayrIdes and m .., ofNtr o
the American Party, such as the I chet!ed ab.onu a a rmens andery frl ont a ir R
f.. ollowing: e ~Ic ed aOy.mong tat i-
... "We (the Coipmunlat appipC Duraint o but t.it
.tuslIarftsow entering into ape- Ks-stew C .qreIo
liT 1Ji rnorpe 1lasil ttles. game aur f ab tlbalbthem: There some-' Ramellilns as buM .ce ,af.C5&
.I "This will confront the ude- thing about hd-iteaded hen that rinS u- nd L tA M Reatest trpl6-thrgetW rth0e hI .Aloh .
T 1 I JE WE tR Y 9 T 0 RE r pendent progressive-led (Com- the tight IS ma 'wa .-. .,;.6It,, ra.4yr.t Iif
c34 ve 13 7munlist) unions with both the bp
Opportunity and necet to This emn be nothain but radiation of overe- .tlon or'rbllscen ,- i
,pursueR a moreiorous, militant lve harmo sending out radar sidil" to a. Leo _Du r wabC h INoU nl I bt j until t ~~ .
and affirmative struggle for-la- the dames istUie vhintY. Le. ":aseba.l o ff. wht aloe. And nea
_rbor unlty." In my. owWa eae haI ve recently noticed a. all due ton oni' .
This is part of a directive, Is-tr 'ummin sound, which can a.t... weU. Well, -.4 note ot t;lm, retur' "
sued in August, which meannsfrottatevated hormopes, y as~m'a to -tion to ., lne~ 't move
that the Party's underground a-lcrea etel mpale that b er note to on lt
gents are to move Into the APLattack--lensth* f rh toanytSoas. sey. -- m1l1168
and CIO. from which they had to gmqueig some at the energy that 1 bbu l' .Inyour.st co.pilat loo, p. from tax re.
been expelled years ago. Inade m chroomes. __the Gbau1.4 f .tlely. What heit." at .toff get of' rre
It means that they are to at- WherA had hair, I reall. the dllsused to oa u may ~ e.t woe ta O your left n
c,,cu, tempt to stir trouble in coming somethit like."Pu h, off. Buster, an. make 4 Irst 1volu tal oI re
strikes. It means they are to at- "". .. .." c '
TODAYnaRG ITIeSartbt" bluntl the
fully" lead in "the struggle" a- who ref ,t
Presents: aint American indutd. And a r before
there csno struggle, then one wia tcshbilon y8
be Treated r The rc pto r aboup n hb N-e
here is little doubt that theuTho eh ,,,
.....I ko evp their Dept. of Jumti T h1ce
fq Ry informed of ever under- The-A.em
CENTRALnd move In this direction. oh d But the recrd hoasec cialtf n
C 1111a 1e that Browneli. lone e-g th
Sho s:.2:5.-2:an-4:f our tnor o ,w -u., -P ,dap.
Shows: 12:55 : 4:54 7:02 9:10 p.m. ent.l began moving against this .. wIm W ot
network can be seen in the fact cendar or t at
PECTACULAR AND LOVELY MUSICAL SUPER- that he has hir aide gOst over crtof 1n :e h"""
the records of exactly 365 Coi e s a prt A
PRODUCT.1ON TECHINICOLOR FILM BALLETS I mlunat labor leaders. tM i-taehe 1r beept:Il,.
Some of these are. household e bli embassy will tW
hate word. Olhers a re unknown l a ca h
with to the public. But in combination ntll cDe, .
DANY KIAYE r f tiey co-lt~ol lust about enouh iuLr e nJaupanes.'
FARLEY GRANGEP /o ou' I'efen.p machine to drip- dyee "01i r;
and pie m-ch of it in an emergency. In rete _-
an'd tbIf tat moment never comes, for r socal
JEAN MAIRE the" ll tbki has been wo-tdl ahIM' cmat may h -
T 'h Red dawn of anotheroDeI o- the
unCti.o i ut if ever aain. the, ,. see wtta t"" t
g.s tet '1., many of of our you55g .l 55 hOw up Wee.ing
--- mddle snd scientists nd oure u a'
r nbecaus.. of this .. sure. in r.. .
SATEL GOLDWYN's -I
S ".a..... Just look at what they control, o
hans Christian Andersen tot gre stlo .- .......
Th__ey_- can st l ah the producthey of th5 t1A
drogean sal th ngi pmindng:
u..nuas ng; radar: Jet ad
atomig ra~~ a~~tb aMa.
Alan Ladd, in "THE IRON MISTRESS" IV = t nt* wtr -cant-e tne
tp:t emnmiueStlon; message to
Plus: -- A a bar
aile4; 0 of
Errol Flynn, in" MONTANA" pimp
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Machine Solves gt
Problem Of Paint
Color Selection KIgHh
,i i1h -i ,,- --. osale-or male -who wants l -.""'".-...
,,," g .l" 'B ""r' "L'' :e
o _ma, X hbe
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OOD (IM I togo to Broadway toprove their It has an automatic color- *!""SW
Sboeioffice draw and popularity. mdtpenatg mchinhe that can 1U tuoeh.Io ue a
o ac- ZSA 8A ABOR CBITICS: produce any one of a thousands snI. ervoufa.as Di
uni s and I'd stop knoqkidng M d Double shades In seconds. o, .uf
Woer ist ens movie performances. Her a". G torthese
S'-.. rab-th-my- Id name on the mar use sti drags The machine wmi used in eheI Gyh ms I .n L
_A!_ fream ember t*hat I SUa in the paying ..mers. paint store to make it possible searmSIntme winaa.
a 'tu ain the IiIU. ALL _fW --A.UC. ACTORS: for the c.tomor to choose his and calm irrati tisslat a9t
I'd helState before knocking the color, have the paint mixed and from s dO taL gk s bew
-. .l I X'd diLtceh studio to which I came as an n- carry it off within a few min- .s
an k n. that drfwy wIhh 'and known and from which I de- utes.
the o M6r2016-" oator- parted as a star.
Mons au P ZIJUDY EOLLIDAY: I'd do
.u ~!I : 'd~' d. ~ash sometbing about stopping those
a.isen e and gU tw lu y runkors of a romance with Peter Broadway bit a d movi
: '- -, -ter Lawford.
.abE 'A MARA rd MARBOARET O'BBIEN: I starring
-.wp ore wouldn't sing on television or
i4l-., el B aer reepabe for ta w anywhere else, and I'd buy up | '
..- emha larswIIe the records that areabout to hit ADOLFO ARIAS
SI .in H a~~ lnni prefer the market. A O LF -
A\" ef ?e pre'er', yo ""t"e g.-'at THEATER _- yPACKAGE PLAN
PARAMOUNT I /'d lamin I repulsive lk. .eron.
Itss crit- ator you are.
Sra TersI to seei a 9 your choice of drink
ind Turner as a musical comedy or lull-course dinner in Bella Vista Room
/ m lop.rett6 star, ad give her more a ticket to "Dial M for Murder"
S- voice a lCnod vehicles like "The Bad and niglteap in Balboa Bar
.its Ira too I the Beautiful."
s---.- .3thC .. ENTURY-FPO : I'd ll f (elu p)
AD U "The 'thqr give Thelma Ritter the big
3.1O d h XPanae he rates or hler release.
.. offi AUd If I were ANY STUDIO:
Srd give Charles O Betty ket to pl
am RV* cis Sutton's hubby, a ch ace at be-
"- i' Str jng a director. Hi staging of i P.5.
o ,Ramon .1r show n Las Vegas roves heCIR
rate ..r Inne o r an imaginative, creative show-
Iln ar gy Palain a ge3
-,of N." '-hite o their f. .
ecin hoidreft. To
..9 .s -*age.
_. PI --. *" ilD: d do fthtnL t
ap: I'd let emor,-
PA.aile.scenes run a
.'t Wh c. -* b1tt" ""e:wsven if mnto eru t0 um- rwu ,0 p.r.une -
-Soeae .-OfChtdren 'w^ontin f h o n
a f -- .,. t n"'heit of etrolt widow
;wad IN. but' and who 1bT# b~r $150,000 fortune to
Johan.... b V= In nn 191 to b114
of it in her natlt
^^^w: I.;~ ^^^l%*lrj& rllP^ BSSrpt lS StuE 161t CENTRALrr: r~v~i~ I'd castE W11-
03 W 1 ,eh,,11,l A S'^M .-l o .So ...I "al Ii, I'd who had It-It s ts.se @4 y yesterday /
sM rd hum"' t 1E'WH fi At* a Rn'1 BTbtTck- Prob ti judge James H. sex-
'O a.a a h' 'ar~v i ae o b a1. gy K'I., ,pec t to6tn directed, that $112,000 go for
ci:, u upa aa,- .... q'e,,c t P .' .. p l Tra&; n t' he orph0an 7,000 to each of
flu &euddthe Uad 'adnddBrbac thusre atd children, and
Ste ...t L .pin 5.- :. =i e* l.J31m Anem uas Mike fPor- the remainder to pay estate
b ad rL. ji Fat 61% Bridge& te ater children objected
bd* do-"-e st Mr I ..... bXrE .OMrs. Erialinda P.
L /i .." I.7: If never DrAgostino when It was disclo
; Busan HaY- ed she cut them off with $
irmb ugit epch with the remainder- going
goThe wrraVi be bulp
co~~r D'Agostino' husbaug, or
"i a. ,,
s".lth B. aUm M" t" .e nme. M4oM vw
-- ,.- -- Lm I'd stop e Ia -
lame An. Dome
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. o. t the romantic lif
the greatest ryteller of
them all, Samuel Goldwyn
has created something
greater than entertainment'
'.. a multi-million dollar
Technicolor musical that's'
all song and dance andf
love and joy!
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League Sees Many
P spol System
Rila Will Marry
HaSnet When His
DivoKe Is Final
NEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP) -i LAS VEGAS. Nev. Sent 8
Almost half the state and city -- Rita Hayworth told fr
Governments in America still op- 'nday she will marry cro
rate on the spoil system, a Dick Havmes as soon as lhe
progress report on the National a Nevada divorce from Nora
Civil Service League said today. dinetnn Fivnn Havme;
The league said so much pub- The film star arrived her
lic discussion has been centered automobile from Hollywood
on federal government affairs in terda' fo be near Havmes
Washington that "a majority of he flnlkhes his six-week Ne
people are unaware of the need residence requirement orep
for reform in their own com- tory to fililn a divorce suit.
mnunltles." Havmes' residence reouirer
The report cited the following will be comniletd Sent 20
points as evidence that "spoils- -oild file for divorce the
men still have nearly a tree rav and be free to marry
hand" in almost half the states Sent. ?3 or 24.
and cities of America: Cloce frlenrt spdri the ncI
I. Only 24 states have state- told tlim '"T love Dick I'll r
Wide merit systems. rr" himi as soon as he gets
2 Of 1.347 cities with a popu-j
nation of 10.000 or more. only, The said thb mqrrianq
814 have civil service laws. ipake lace at the Sandrs H
3 A "handful" of counties witl Sands owner Jack Entra
have any central personnel sys- serving as best man
ter by which to select govern- Miss Havworth. who was
meantt workers. Most of these are comnPnied ni the trin from I
concentrated in New York. New ivwo nd hv PavmpQ reelstpre
Jersey, Ohio and California ,he S-nds where Havme I-s
But progress is being made ,ig. Thi crooner romrrloltPd
toward better government In enpnoempnt at nhe bhtel
some place:, the report said. It weeks =Tn and since then
cited "reform movements" In heen pj-klnr short flvinc,
Chicago. Philadelphia. New York, tn the flm raoltal to visit
.Cleveland. Baltimore. Portland, tlavworth who wa'ne ,rrnmi
Ore. St. Louis. Toledo. Seattle, PnliPenclP for he- latest f
Lexington Mass., Schenectady, .Sadie Thompson."
N.Y., and Clearwater. Fla.
It also commended much Npevpra' re idence law r"au
movements in the states of Lou- thil Havipmes f end only
isiana. Connecticut. Indiana. hiirrs 3a dv in the state to m'
Nevada. Pennsylvania. Virginia, tpin evidencee. This has enal
Minnesota. Missouri. Tennessee., Wm to toke n preaPeepant
New Mexico and Montana. he Del Mar Hntel In Crilfo-*
.- enlnE SPot 11. He will ret
Man, WAom n herp bv lr after every nig
IVIn, 0Woman perforinanoe.
d Child Nora Hpa'-ns. the, sine
And Child third wife fi,'d a "-lifornin
KNOXVILLE. Tenn. Sept. 8 -
(UP Mrs. Reba Rhea charg-
ed in a divorce suit today that
,-her husband forced her to baby-
.slt with a two-year-old girl while
he went out with the child's
!.. M P..AMA 4 .
The Padc am #Nigalin
INCORPlIATED B ROYAL CHAl .;'
Ryal MiaI Lines t ii
SUP' FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERlf
owner ; BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COA "
pet: OF SOUTH AMERICA r
,ep- TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KIN*ON, \
while HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. CORUF..
.ara- SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE
nent A1 V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,000 Tons)
n xt TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
S.S. "KENUTA".... ............ ..................,
"is ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMEHIW INE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
.i, S.S. "LOCH AVON"......................... ...'r1 12
hotel. SS.. "DUIVENDY t" ........................... t.
matter, -----. ,:'
F-ol- S.S. "DRINA" .. ......................... ...
St M.V. "DONGEDY "........ .... ... ..... .. .I
nn PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. Cristobal
lwhi FORD CO. INC. ANAA-A. Per #5,
CO I. BALBOA-Term Bldg.. TeL.
lm .. ,
vorce suit Aug. 21. charging
Meanwhile Havmeq faces poc-:
slble deportation action to hl'
n"tive Araentina on charges orf
llegpllv, re-enterine this conin-
try after visiltie Miss .layworth
Ii Hawail last May. '
U lity? .- br of the convict maintenance
remium iUaii gang at the executive jnansion
has been placed in solitary con-
NASHVILLE. Tenn, Seot. 8 finement for making apple jack
(UP' State prison officials in Gov. Frank Clement's ga-
said today that a Negro mem- rage.
Sj" I n AN ATI LANTI UI
FAST FREIGHTER SERVICE BElWEuE
EUROPE AD NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COASTS
(A Limlled Number of PamengC Berths)
M S Ch.l, ..............:.......:............ Septennber th
SS .\rgenlar ................... ............. September llth
0o rnoiMtIA. F.CLADOR. PERU a CHILE:
SS Coutances .................................Sept th
SS Rouen .. .. ........ .. ........................... Sept. th
S'O CI;NT TtL AMERICA a WEST COAST U.S.A.-'
M S Winnipeg ........................................ -et ,20th
PASSENGER SERVICE FROM NEW YORK TO PLYMOUTH & LE IAVRE:
SS Liberte ......... ........................... September 15th
Week -a*I (argo Senire Between Crist6bbl. Balboa & Westl Last
of UI S. & Canada.
Crwtobal: FRFNCH I.l:?. PO. Box 5015 Tel. 3-2476 & 1818
Panami: LINDO Y MADURO. S. A. Box 103I
TeL Panami 3-1883 S-1691
UNITED FRUIT CO.
Great White Fleet
NEW OR1EANS SERVICE
i"? a -.r
*S.S. "SANTO CERRO" .......................Sept. il
S.S. "BYWJORD".............. .............Sept. 12
' S.S. "ESBUERAS" ............... ....v .Hi ...Sept. 18
8.1. "LM .................. ........... ........Sept. 23
*S. "yd UE" ..................... ........Sept. 25
S AELLA .......................;... ..Sept. 27
* Handling Rerigerated. Chilled md OpA al Cu g.
NEW YORK SERVICE
S.S. "C. G. THULIN".............................Iept. 11
S.S. "HEREDIA" ................................Sept. 15
S.S. "ARNA"........................... ., ..St 21
S.S. "JUNIOR"............... ....., ..............Sept. 2D
Weekly -sailings of twelve passenger iDip to ew itArk New
Orleans, Los Aml ~ie. 'SanFtacelie astd,,M
. Special round trip fare-from Crlstiobo l to New York,
Los Angeles, S n Frare ica n ,tea t .
To New York ................
To Los Angeles and San Franelop.....JlhiJ
To Seattle ................... 6'm 4;
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OUT AN ET T / IT NOT
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THE KI .MAY HOLD
THE FUTURE OF SPACE
IN HI1 HANDS ANP NE
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CHARACTER ... HE'S
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That's Our Girl
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r's welfare, and oc-
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it 'other of our large
S rit is finohcilly and
o dvOtiiement for
f~ ay of our employees
sly and all-will be avail-
indii can be reached at the
Pim lk] jt gMaiiager ;
ES P. CORPORATION
utMSLtd 4 r Aopountant at the Pan-A
SInstitut 14. OtitMlng :stnoprapher
t inboth English .aMldpalish..Knowq how
Mo aloulatinr, adding and duplicating ma-
a l-perod, if over a year under our employ,
to tea very affesIrt employs with
WatNy of rspwnsiblHty .and dvtion to her
FPOe in chuae of the
Shage Ply bpraep t
Heeorked as single ply operator upon his enlry
to thia ompan y and lat.. beasue of his honesty and
willingness to work, was given the opportunity to
beaome foreman of the Single Ply Department
Hit honesty and ability to work make thWir n.
dividual highly redooMmendable.
Josp i K. Sinclair
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mA oSf- iw,
at edt'the'PanamA Sehtol In 1980. Vor
m~C~ ndlaitl. plnomdm in tl, working wit
'.d~ih nDtsile.n lod duplk atini ma
S h .1i w I1= been hen s, ahadi
e. ii*(-t st Iplh in the handling
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h...Pvz ,,xe. epj' a th%
S. Mr. emilair-a ve.y dililent, bonaestu
M -e .y g ..
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Sass nis -sv vevry.Iy- bo
4- )dty, honesty asS-CiWi behswew.
a:ir is a keenm itnd-tflt letin with
ji. both En glish Spi
ane tal u .ue' ritieind him
, il, serious and wt Irr.
eMna is a skiirod .moon andea sed carpen.
he has ghat mepaoty to mnaqg wirk-
-'commend Mr. wMent ivmyt ly with his
mrtmanehip Us IrWtiy t best guar-
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ClhnI beame al n th different
a of hIis d'epuifti-7embnedr ho fact
trked in rtlak...io% 't.e factory for a
lfu yly iarI. t, '.-l : rv
rhicwhts -ill*Change services
.-A $4.-. "
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r'ef vat. x-
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M r. Obrqe6n has a vst experience and ahll
in the different branres of buaineeo. He oko hla
vanoe" knowledge of accounting,
Mr. Obrorqn' orrvioes have -been vry valuah
to this firm. Comquently, we take pleasure in e.
oommending him very hally.
AiSdm FrnaseLas e
FoMm. ofthe Lathe
He was In harge of of outtl and eloaniu a.
logs. Tle dryer department wa also under i O We
Mr. Francochl's ervios wore highly estimate
by the mnagmont. of this comply and -we reenm
mend him as boin very compel Utand hoemts A
work ing forman l h capabi of getting high nat
of production from his workers.
Mr. Molina is a skilled operator of heavy equip-
ment. He also knows some carpentry.
Mr. MoHna was a capable. honest and energelo
employ His orvices,would bo an aset to any ee-
pany. o are pleased to reopmmend him.
Lfe Yard Feu'
SPECIAL SKiU :
Mr.SPC Mote b on, for a ls time, In t4
banana bInd .and has a vast erionoeb thm
puroohin and emlotien -of banana eoildea, holnf
m aer e ru n mekeepin and -torkeeping. M
MlFaraim. m mpletelly bilingual. t.
We reoommnd Mr. McFarlane as a very
oient. serlow loyal and honest ran. The oe- r
tion herha iupplet-4r firm with has been alfl
deeply .tod i
P rssN Fwnmm
An umedteat raftman spedaliad in.e
i. SmI-M. lie diksplyed -gret *ie I
t5'!wE5ifml wetlr in our aoursutiet
ma. H*rwim. An emnelfent dlirr Of
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Edardo J. Martinell
S.t~homdeft of MMiatfm ce
Difktion of electrical, moohanical, steam
and water maintenance as well a,mill.
wright in inimdlation of heavy equipment
. and bulling repairs and construction. Di-
reption of Plant and Sanitation and Security
and Prventative maintenance.
Mechanic and spirator of heavy equip-
ment (fixed and moving). Moderate knowl.
edge of English.
Absolutely honest, very loyal to employ.
or, loyalty includes willingness to work any
and all hobre in matters tauohing onf woN
being of factory, emergency or othrwiso. A
sober, Industrious worker who gets along
very well both with management and his
-. .---------.'-.--- C~i-
. T, PANMA
You Sell'em... When You Tell' em thru P
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 '"P'.
No. 12,179 Central Ave. --"ton
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 1-2291, and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
.SALE: Bamboo Settee, new
Sinnerspring cushions. $60.00;
Bamboo Lounge Choir, new roll
cautions, $40 00; Westinghouse
Refigerator. $65.00; Ktchen
*Work Table, $2.50; S.lierlone
Console Rad.o, $40 00; Twin Me-
StI Bed Frames, $2 50; Venetoan
S$10.00 each; Lawn Table
SHomemade Bar, $15 00.
m Workbench. $1000;
Motor, $10.00; Piano and
le fan. Telephone Balboa
SHouse 0855-B, Oleander
L(Santa Claus Lone'. Balboa.
LI-Set of silver far 12.
S925 mis. 182 pieces. Brand
new. Bareim price. Ne. 48 East
50th dreet, facing loturre's.
FOR SALE'-Two trunks good con-
dicioin. Curundu. Tel. 5176.
FOR SALE -Cold Spot 9 cub.c feet
- refrigerator, 60 cycle wth 35 lb.
freezing unit and 3 1-2 years
guarantee $2.25 also apartment
ize Kenmore four burner gas
-. stove with oven and broiler, both
in excellent conditio. $55 Phone
P n Panama 2-5236 after 6.30 p m
FOR SALE-Electric motors, excellent
Condition, 25 cycle, 110-220 V
Sp-ind., 1 H.P.. and 1-2 H P
vy hardwood work bench 28
in. x 9 It. 867 Morgan Avenue,
FOR SALE.:-:AII porcelain Frigidaire
9 cu. ft 25 cycle, kitchen cabinet.
chair. large hardwood top
r table. 8E7 Morgan Ave
SALE: Diningroom set, one
resser, bargain. Call Sgt. Peyton.
SFOR SALE- 1946 Mercury Club
Coupe. $550. Phone Curundu 3168
after 5 P. m.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:1951 4-door
De Luxe Chevrolet Sedan. Excel-
lent condition. Radio, seat covers
Will accept '46 '42 trade and
balance to $1,500.00. Duty paid
Panama 2-3879 otter 4 00 p. m
TRADE Buick 48 Roadmoster, for
Pick-up in good condition. Phone
FOR SALE.-1942 Chevrolet Pick-
up truck. 867 Morgan Avenue.
FOR SALE:-1940 Bsick, good con-
dition. new clutch, new paint
0429-K, Ancon. Phone 2-3656.
FOR SALE.-1952 De Soto 11.000
miles, rodio. leather seat coers.
white tires. Will except older mod-
el in trade, bolonce cash. Enquire
Jewelry Store, entrance to Chicago
Bar, No. 157 Central Avenue, Pon-
ama 6:00 to 10:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford convertible.
excellent condition. Will consider
trade in. Phone Albrook 4294.
FOR SALE:-1950 De Soto 4 Door
radio, seat covers. All in excellent
condition. Tel. Curundu 7187.
WANTED:-To buy youth bed in
good condition. Please call 3-3020
from 9 a. m. to I p. m.
WANTED.-Refrigerator. 60 cycle,
good condition. Telephone Curun-
El Panama Has
KP OLE: -.iagoin, two family ., N- -
Sapaortment building, with concrete In connection with the play
foundation,. rin.road, PuebJo "DiWa )* for Murder" which
i uo. hduse 4243. Cape aft 4 openi I 4 night run tomorrow
SC m .. In Its Balboa Room, Hotel El
f tnama is featuring' a novel
6uWL. Rans..cks "Theater Package Plan."
j1"oWK Ransacks e'-he "package" includes a
e. A l cocktail lor highball, a full
Ce; Owner. ourse dinner, dancing to the
'. music of Jorge holap orches-
,I4iisses Nothing. t, sad scet to "Dial M"
". P BURsterrig AdloO Atri, and a
.G Pr GI i RO. Fla:, pept, ,night cap $ r the bar. Price for
(UP Police wondered today "the works' $8, ,t i..cludg
what '*t" was That "The Hawk" ti.he wo $8..t clouding
took from a tire company here. Josph Cunningham, Man
A prowler yesterday broke a Josh* ann, C ingam, s Man
through the skylight, rummaged 6ti Pac5S?- 1Plg' atrb,.
through drawers and cabinets, Theater Packvge Plan patrons
t. electric drill to bea or dinner as lat as
tO. n electric drIU to brek 30 p. m. and s1l be served an
'"'" --safe icattered $485 over p m ana aem bc served In
i..a s tered oventni re dinner before curtain
1W.th followibngo call.lcurtain
a,~W ook me five hours but I
-ot it. Thank .ou. The Hawk." DlITU I AA lllt I r
manager James R. RFaoeri Baid
no'thlnn appeared to be missing.
Ikseauies To Be
FPneral services will be held
at the Future Hopp '' e Hall
Sp00ua n tomorrow the late
S 'iuMit Itowid, w' died in
orgas Hospital last unday at
'- te age of 63.
S.* Burial will follow In the Coro-
; Ceaetery at ** pm.
President of amboa. Mr.
w is bt the
Sthe.n ot his dath.He1
Cie to the Isthmus fM.
lSive St. Lucia in 190 and
Started to work for the division
is survived by his wife. Ll-
SHoward, four children. Re.
Sd. doarry, Louise and Miriam,
Sind five grandchildren.
3e was an active member of
Sbe ato O Gulana-Lodge No. 16,
Via Espafia No. 34 PanamA R. P.
(Bei vt Theae e BahJ
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones
No. 8 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-319.
U.* V **. he.. ...n..hi
WIileA AlalII A .l i me SA
2011 AmeC. C. Z.
DR. WENUHAKE. Medical llinic.
Central Avenue "K" St., corner
Telephone '2-3479,' Panama.
Collection of coins of oil countries
mostly Of the past century. Also an
Interesting collection of stamps
Telephone 3-0859. "Apartado"
FOR SALE.-Browing rifle, automa-
tic. 12 gouge. $50.00, or will ex-
change for 12 gauge, double bar-
rel. "P" street Chorrera Building
Apt. No. 6.
FOR SALE: Fine pupples, Wolf.
No. 48 East, 50th street. ocinu
A VISIT TO TMI SAN SLAS
ISLANDS. SIPTIMIER .1, 19, 20
The trip of our life. A Jungle Jim
Jaunt thru Ihe Panama Canal to Co-
lon San Bias and Porto Bello! A three
day trip aboard the Hotel El Panama's
Pescadora. Leave Balboa Friday 6 a.
m., arrive Colon 2:30 p m.. leave
Colon 9-30 p. m. for San Bias and
Porto Bello. returning Colon Sunday
afternoon. Through the Canal Mon-
day 6 e. m. returning to Bolboe.
Meals catered by El Panama. Bring
slacks, shortik bathing suit, jacket,
flippers and spears for underwater
fishing, and your camera and roll.
of color film. Please make reservq-
lions early through your Travel
Agent. or Jungle Jim Price at Pan-
ama 3-1660. Special price for groups
of 10 to 16 people.
FOR SALE:-Beautlful stamps cora.
election cheap. Also Undenroo
typewriter. Bulldog puppy. Apply
Bryan. Phone 2-4013, Panama.
FOR SALE:-9 aluminum venetian
blinds. ivory, 51 x 60. $95.00,
2529-C, Cocoli, after 4 00.
FOR SALE:--Mahogany desk, good
for office or home. 5' x 3' x 2
has 7 a'awers. 'Work bench. 2
double mattresses. Phone Curundu
7208, Apt. 212Q-U.
FOR SAL jotor launch, 33 H..
it for Tishing or racing
*'Mfluela Cehtral" No. 178.
Santa Clara. P
mneor beoho. 8olb
Gramlich SontQ C
toge. Electric Icebk
moderate rates. Tf
Samboa; 4-567. M
Phllips. Oceanside aO
Clara, Box 435,
Panama 3-1877, Cri
Hausa' on boch. Sn
In COOL Ca
or see corntoker
I BStudliante 5th
t ] Ff .
porch and iU
00 a month
.t 9:30 a
I. -Iiwm wJ
* -t 7j'7
hilt w ol
Modern 2, 4 and 5 rooms, furnlshwd
or unfurnished. Call at Alhambra's
Office 8061, 10th.Strpet, olon.
Telepioen 1~g. -
FOR RENTt... Furnilhadt'oratment
G.I. fomly occemodten. 703
4th. Betwetn, .Cntrl .Mlemdee,
FOR. RENTi-Tw bedroom part'
ment, completely furhlhed hot
1j4* narme, alMe& |ldll *_--I
~1A: (*; 2
CADILLAC CONVERTIBLE '
ird R--t, 'Nrl br aih "'
Pio al Seat tr1.w/s/w.
ires, Good Thiu car ,
*.In ie oar- Gon4*6% A
.. "'iv-S ^B l .S
. m m
aUln m IIILLII JI YS.... OXFORD, Miss. (UP) -A co1- FOPL T, .: bd-
.. l lege engineering student has de-. e, pori 3 .
signed an inexpensive electronic m
There are two things that "pilot".that replaces costly hy-
can happen to a family whe draulic control of simple mq. Rportmnt,
thi children. are grown and lathes. opwnd Stret,
scattered over the country and Richard Gould of Ridgewood, 04.
patents left alone. N. J., says the greatest advan-
tage of his "automatic pilot" to
They can keep in close touch Lhdustry is that "one operator rs
with each other and maintain can control more than one lathe A
family solidarity, though sep- at a time and turn out a greater 0 ,
rated; Atey can be buy with volume of work." <, I f
their oaw affair, yet still be Gould developed the device as I- ShOW
very much a family, part of his work for a master of' : ...
Or they can gradually drift science degree in Industrial en- i) The 14th
apar. The family feeling.all but gineernlg at the University of aket Hog Show
dies and and its members have MIsianlppl here. Day will be a 1 .'
ttlin common when they General Electric Corporation contt fr, t "red, white "and 7' 7"r
do happen to get together. Was o impressed with Gould's blue. A K A
deviee that he was signed to en- dr
The main difference between t" E's manufacturing training at the International ,
families who maintain a far- program, despite the fact he Am ter here Aug. 25 will I tal for on. *';
"lr feeling and those who don't must take a three-year tour of, a0 i d Future Farmer
is the effort made to keep in duty in the Navy after finishing Clu who. have hog
contact through letters. school, ra-
Gould got the idea for his
Those who don't make the electronic pilot from a hydraull- The otNat will be graded as
effort claim they are busy with caUy-driven lathe In an engin- white ovr-fat hogs, red a
their own UIve and never find eerm'r magazine. A professor h ht finish, and blue-1 COMK 1 0
th: time to write the newsy suggested that he use electron- a type hogwith a
le:ters that maintain family ties. leg, and five months later, Gould high of superior qual- TIfi W S
linn of time, as of habit. Any The electronic control is more
half-way intelligent adult can effienlt than the hydraulic Only' tbe blue ribbon entries
write an Interestng letter nl control, Gould said, and coats wibe pgaltted to compete for
: minutes. les to build. prizes. i
Gould said his pilot could easi-
W I'IVING WORTH TIME ly be turned out in a small shop AJhff ftrin the show will SAFMW
for less than $100. while hydrau- be sol ..ii. blue group will be
Isn't it worth an occaslonaTlic controls cannot be made In priced st OBenta a hundred-
fifteen minutes' time to keep in the ordinary shop. weight raw fhe top open mar- '
touch wh- aent 4and broth- "I put in the material to be ket prlO M" the Chicago Stock- I .
ers j, M el there- shaped, set the conditions, and yards on thie dy of the show.
Lb A9- i m r ives the electronic control does the "l m a"w
Jtth I rest while I take it easy," Oould The abashl in the red group ]
IIav you ano .a week said. He said hydraulic controls will brg'3tlum of 35 cents
to. i betterr?. require more attention from the a .aiuiM bt. Hogs in the
w operate or. wh el go at 25 cents
eyouS Gould said his electronle plot less *I*I open price.
[th witn opId be used on drill dresses, -
.' ,al1Yy it ma chnes 'and lathes.
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NATIONAL LEAGI ,
-- TEAM W L
NNEW YORK, Sept. 8 (UP) Roy Campanella Broklyn a uee
is fast settling most arguments about who should be st. Louis 75 s 61
the National League's most valuable player, hiNew York 6 74 4 es
Cinoinnati 5-9 79 .428
He simply is running away skidding White Sox and the Chiago S 82 .401 ;
from his competitors with one of Athletics dropped to seventh by Pitkburgh 44 96 .314
the finest all-around jobs ever losing a pair to Washington, 13-
turned in by a major league 2 and 6-3. In other National
catcher. The roly poly Brooklyn League competition,' the Cardi- TODATrs GAMiES an tbbr
receiver now has hit more horn- nals twice defeated Cincinnati, Philadelphia at Milwautkee'() to Arena I.S*
ers than any other catcher in 4-3 and 1-0, and the Pirates Only game jeduled. wet thp 'uS 't
the history of the business, 39, humbled the Giants, 9-7 and w ,wa oa,
And has driven in more runs,'5-3. I:le -, ?hlulgtq
136. He has a healthy .320 bat- Cleveland completed one of TODAY' 1* AB n
tiitg average and generally is its most successful home PITCt S-
axinowledged to be the top re-I stands of all time with its Philadelphia at Milwaukee (N) li w* .mwo"
c iver in the majors. In every' the 28-year-old 3iss Hart in 43 Lindell (5-16) vs Miller (0-0). i d.
respect he is having a better w'e cp over the'Browns, .. etLt onlyo'
year than he did in 1951 when winding up with 18 V et ri3
i. previously won the M.V.P.I wins and only two losses. Irf YESTERDAY'S RESULT7'S 1 t '
award. the opener Bob Lemon pitch- First Game in chted
Yesterday, he broke Bill ed six-hit ball for his 19th vie- Pittsburgh 121 102 101-9 13 0 T bouts weia
flckey's record for RBI's when tory whilee Early Wynn gained New York 000 302 020-? I~ 5 sc led, howeW
e smashed a three-run hom- his 17th triumph with three Friend& (6-10) and Janowic. f i .ers were
er in the second game as the scoreless relief innings in the Worthington (2-7), Wilhelm, th w htt ha
Dodgers twice defeated the second game. Rosen hit his Orissom, ad Noble. t
Phillies by a 6-2 margin and 39th homer and Dale Mitchell .w ell
went 13 full games in front of and Larry Doby also homered. Second Game i boutO are'
second place Milwaukee which Ted Williams drove in three Pittsburgh 104 000 000-5 10 3 ftr thiiweek. /
tame to grief at Chicago, suf- runs with his ninth homer and New Ytrk 000 120 000-3 9 0 V. W. ara
fearing 4-3 and 6-4 defeats. a single in Boston's triumph over LaPalme (7-15) and Sandlock. ntain go wth t
In the American League, the the Yankees. Mel Parnell Won Hear .(9-10), Jansen and We-. Stlth
Indians moved to within nine his 19th game with relief from trum.
ga s of.the Yankees by defeat- Ellis Kinder. Hank Bauer's two- -
ingthe Browns, 3-0 and 10-7, run single in the ninth and First Game d
while New York split with Bos- clutch relief pitching by Allie Cincinhati 003 .000 -3 8 3 twq
toaft losing 7-4 then winning. Reynolds when Boston threat- St. Louis 002 000011-4 9 0 loa
Detroit took over sixth place ened, gave the Yankees their Baczewaki, Collum (7-11) and that
with 6-2 and 4-2 wins over thetriumph. Seminick. "Mizell, Whte, Brazle Util
-- (6-6) and Rice. ed
Fangio Shows World He's second Game I
Cincinnati 000 000 000-0 7 1
as St. Louis 001'0-00 0r-1 81
Wehmeler (Q-f and Seihinick the'
Regained Self Confidence / s'addix (17-8) nd: e. In
r *First Game
oI Milwaukee 000 000 300-3 4 0
"1OME, Sept. 8 (UP) Juan champion which brought world Chicago 010'008 00x-4 7 1
1aiel Fanglo has shown the fame to Alfa Rbmeo" Burdette (14-4) Jolly and
that he has regained his I Temlio emphasized the pre- Crandall. iHacert (w10-1), Lown
confidence and remains "an race effort Fanglo made to be- and Gatagiola,
entic champion," the Italian come fully acquainted with the
Sts press said today. tricky Merano circuit. It told of Second Game
commenting on the Argen- the technique Alfa Romeo had Milwaukee 001 1001 002-4
t ace's victory In yesterday's put into constructing tie en- Chicago 0 000 llx-6 10 1
ran Premio de Cortemaggi6re" gine of the "'lying Saucer." Wilson (4-9), Bickford, *ur-
ian newspapers stressed that 'But evidentlyhe Alfa mak- kont and Cooper. Pollet (57) and
other driver had Succeeded In era are careful to give their Gaagio a,
tin Alfa Romeo's new 3500 creations every possible chance --
"lying Saucer" to success. of success," I1 Tempo said, "and First Game
n Alfa Romeo directors were Fanglo is truly an exceptional Phila. 000 000 200-2 8 4
ing so disconsolate that driver, an authentic champion Brooklyn 300 011 01x- 9 0
o's car was the company's of the world. Fanglo himself was Robertsa (1-1),.. Konstanty e
one they entered in the superior in race tactics and driv- and Burgess.s Erkine (186) and
ing flair." Campanella;
I anglo yesterday demonstrat-
with his superbly excellent Fangio told his own story of Second Gam. o0ga-
tor that he has regained the race in the newspaper Paese Phila. 100 010 000-2 4 f
tat confidence in himself which Sera. He said the race was over Brooklyn 010 003 20x-8 8 1
lmed to be lacking after his in the teWth lap Simmons (13-12), Rldaxk aud j
*iden t aMonza last year," "I jabbedmy foot on the ac- Lopata. Loss (13-7) and Cam- the.
mento Sera said. celerator an Intant after com- panella.
'At Merano Fangto displayed ing round the preceding curve --- In
Sand style, revealing that .and pased xntoh leaon the
S of the Incomparable straight," he lh A RCAN AGU
TEAMS ;W L Pet. r
New York 90 44 .672 edV t
Cleveland 83 55 .601 jab
anama Canal cr s Chicago 80 58 .580
anama Canal Weaters hingon 68
IT'S SHOWTIME TONIGHT? t delphia 52 .377
St. Louls 48 91 .345
B A L B O A Bette DAVIS Stealing HAYDEN
BALBOA **** ^vs struns HverN '
Atr- Csd em "THE STAR" T '
:15 & :55 Wedesday "TROU1UL ALONG THE WAY No g es edA uled.
No games scheduled.
DIABLO HTS. Glori SWANSON Jam s WARREN
:15s a :4 "THREE FOR BEDROOM C" of
a Color I wd r "1b's aek On eawayT TERDArS RESULT
S PEDRO MIGUEL Viriis MAYO Gne NELSON StrELous 00000 0 00-0 6 1
t,. "SHE'S SACK ON BROADWAY" Cl unI s -d 000 10 02x-3 6 0 t
Scolor I Thaumiar"No TnUM o R FLOwass* Wechen \(5-12), Stuart and
SCo rt Lemon (1943) and hiso
'" 'Arthur F 002S0200W,- 0002
GA T U N ud COa Arur Z 0 240 30X-140 o this
rm E19 1TIRAON MEN" t'tleeldo
STursiy "T, MEaay WIow" Kretl0w and Courtney. Hoskits,i
M AL ^Hooper, Wynn (17-11) and Tip-
wsm.ri "TOR WE DO ALLWDOW" F it u
CRISTOBAL Liod, DAN^LLO G* arM.y awn 022| 000 1o 1 1 0
as-..cem....f NIGHT WITHOUT SLEEP" S astemon. (10-11), Schmitz .,,;,s
Us 6 ,<:: wd *TmE JAz SINGE"G| and iat._srQl _d. Newsom (2-1),
Sanovech Coleman and Astroth.
_e___d __ Secode ame
Washington 111 012 000-8 9 0
Phil.. 010 010 100-3 10 1
T T Porterlleld (19-10) and Gras-
|rThe more you tell... The quicker you o. Bishop (3o1), Martin and
Cblmt G ome
.h : CO- 10 O 000-2 8 0
Detroit 30x-8 12 0
EeLLa (44), Trucks, John-
son and o;lar. Garver (10-10)
S' 0See0i Game-
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ose rsBig Ten Coaches Get Repriev;
e ixAj'P NoChange Ist Time In 13 Yp
l" BHARRlY OGIYByON i
C nli ow. i at coaches don't last long. things, all the uclkha
X "This year is an exception. For get over on Nov. Is
ae.the first time since 1940. the gan State, which aImot
firing starts without a coach- get over the National
Up.dih~ lbVie In1g chaIng e. To find tie same .Athletic Assfa, tio. :
iconditionIn the Big Ten, you Foot
have to go aUl the way beck uol rAlC
To to 1928. Thirteen years ago t the W
l, "mo- thle hold-overs were BobZupp- ence.
ke, 'lltnis; Bo McMillin In-
pq' .. ..a diana; Dr. Eddie Anderson, I- Ei to b oh
."wart.ud owa; Fritz Crisler. Michgllan: many coaches to o C1j
e"seet. ConBernie Bierman, Minneso t a; -pllan oiotd alTBt
~ ,e ~ or I Lynn Waldorf, Northwetern: a sder those who have
IngadhoFrancis Schmidt, Ohio State, cached other than two
..r M-; Elward, Purdue; and Har- One of those who
am.- h" .ry Btuhldreher, Wisconsin. the switch Is Bud
too18 be and When a coach is washed upwh h been so ternmuC
Sb. nt like 'bloke hit squarely by Z sucppeul at Oklahom.,
lt ee- Ro ky Marciano in the West- Insn has nevu ohe
f Wei d M0 W m=1S4s I ad M-r h12 eriConference, he no longer squad except under the t1.
artthe sl M. WEi arT OaOD momerin for hIs ha anythIng left for another iLltplan.
ao I Only two character builders Will tll youe wtht
Ay '.Pitc ing s,.P". of the 1140 era are still inwlboncewt
S-: bine a head men. Dr. An- He's been tht n
*,,... o tra RWl M managers returnedned to Holy Cross. played both ways III
.... ... O kl_+l As at Califonia. Iv.rd, one ofnie Biermmn atf.m. .
-w -t. Th .W5 "I*., c -o.ar of drill masters who were added advantage f oini
ordtlS et.to.-sade- ".c coached by Knute at Notrelin the highly otOlh .
M..,,thelJ ... I. World Ser .ies rsldmust ;et back os it. Dresen Dame, is a Stanford astant. land of oil and m .
:.Imlx, o_ M- o et pitches inmeDre M u Is perhaps fonder of the 20-
year -u mh. as .tho.u .ae, had Z0-' year-old Podres than any oth- i.uppke refused to recruit, so
roa. Moinolaln rtleRex N u all blMe Nito er player he has handled. Po-)4 uffled off to his oils. MOMI
t, u t of-lat dress grew wild, had to come pleaded that he wimr't con-
54 -; GOr mt'th d a tendency to be old, In with fat pltcheso-andwhamI ducting a popularity contest
Bsl, rthW OL ro~l a high b cases O .- brlste111T ujbtate-New York young- with the professional Detroit
S8-04 11 ;rA~, hrte wars effective against the Lions closed out his career
i turned out' to be earo lnke In two spring exhibi- with the Philadelphia ugles.
une ,'hoeiwevU-oft 4 he r addon, hl been oe- tlaor however, and shut themst riler was kicked upst.cirs to
rtfismt e ,1mZ M lwak 1 momfoft the a eUmmo la-,out In another this summer. athletic director at M ican,
To' f. rf Om YithN tMkothe ii &a temnimntental A lot of learnedbaseballm nd things haven't been quite
otfi qa the trna Mesn claim that the Dodgers the same since at Ann Arbot.e
,tsenrennd. Ia hra accomplished a In baseball in Lablne, ti buck lateral series, finally
edsfbysJll- d l t sWe"l han,: Hu n, Wade and Milliken. ran out of Otants of the North
day I pd 1 eculd vctories by July a: Th'll no doubt need it intState mentor ho is onthe
.W0. 1.w 'on S in lattened e g h t the Wrld Series, but wint till 'pot. Columbus' Monday morn-
s: t Jb ui Podres n Ing quarterbacks will drop the
U, for tot. .A tma so the I e, but nobe will be back. H-bomb on Woody Hayes if the
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Soviet Block a nms" -Wm Conferen Wif
Grows Stronger p an .,.,.
W AWAsNINTON. Seppt. I ( UP) -sa
S ecretary of State John Fouff "iu WiW
Gen. Ared M. Gruenthr.etthe pope know tut a the country i a/e" m Linc0oln. ar Slsat n0l25.. ha it
led Forces in Europe. said to-.--sl talks with o s or
day would be a major error" T ENTY-EIGIH TEAR. PANAMA. R. r.. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, Iu 153 W cT were "most satm"a
f o rt he A l i d f o c s t o r e l a x ., e r l e r tP l e e o pr _O f i t ti
efensve engtEnds Silence n GP .
rstn G ve time., el e
stre ', no evisdegncen the of the West ermn e4tuno-
payed forces of the Soviet block 8 B t s t ki f l b i n thas the chief ex utTe h l'c-
are becoming weaker" sho Gruenthld lose said today the people who voted A wd estimated b police at enforcement o the m said "It should recent statement on world
teould bligence reports indicated cne lt Ne er he 0 r d T e l, w h p t w le pot
tGruenther's views were given ya n administration that cares Mr. Truman criticized farm been drastically cut. theintror Doug McKa s Dues sd to t ain
S World Report a weekly newsthe welfare of all oconc the Preident er: in the
magazine. Many farmers particularly are; projects and slum clearance pro- than perhaps an ibelng over to"eAdBoFwer Co," s
ore o i nus to relax sat th re d is the w in.
for running tob n dee S e lch e H e quoted the wp.ldt hu
tie," he said. 'oWe have arrived l i results (of the- s tlote)e wh ...
le> NATO forces "do not have heil Labor Day speech In Cadil-13 to help big business on the nes for we ah did last 8 Imnte ralf 'th i-IndKcin "and th gltas-n
at a position of modern teIg waxfr more.thiM Wee hd it
strength. which is b bl eginningsto! lea i tre i lsrl do to expect."iS? a aBB
te against n t t There had'been highly l unof-
pay dividends. DETROIT Sept 8 f Pi--hor- ou. But that hs the kind of clear Americ;' slums hre- been "This the great nature flal reports tt V f che x-
Bs-owever mome sa ntht ium thoweheapolegel Spartyha onol rstfhppuai.oitot ingl ."isat- eepo s met'sif
"We have momentum lnow, mer President Hary S Truman l, c e are getting. condemned to ueath. ns.for dam site left in Ami he utve didnt
and If we should lose it, it said today the people who voted A c.o wd estimated bv police at enforcement of the ilaimm said. "It should be derv eod a wlasi wee iIthe ar- f
would be most difficult to re- for a change last November have 53.000 received Mr. Truman's wage law, which p rq t the with maximum bne flt to the Man elfctlOiif the Compli-
cover. e found out they chose a Repub-, comments warmly. lowest paid of our w~ ave uubllc. Now the new secretary ~f Cted .Triete 4a tiaf n.
OeruenM th e ws were givenican administration that cares Mr. Truman criticized farm been drastically cut. the interior Douglas McKay A Dullei said he
in an interview with U.S. News onore about big business than'policies, the raising o interest "And Mthe larmr, o livescome along and mid he things ponts .covieod I his tlr w
&,World Report, a weekly news the welfare of all of us." Vrates, the handling of po w e r with greater sco bt A rds Hells C inyonougt.to be turned the President 're:
hmag azie. n any farmers particularly are, projects and slum clearance pro- than perhaps any clso beingover to a e tIdao Is r Co."
"We have it within our power worry now they voted for that rams, the failure to amene d the old that he it a-ll n a- r
fh a wthatnarofromIfBelQanymIs"b'nmkiig hene &o-o1--" es e the stl m
to prevent a war from takingcae and are asking"forgive- Taft-Hartley law and the cut in lone' again-as ie d te wa." oM. Truman si others tan t e I
place by continuing to build a ne:s." he said. the Air Force budget. long farm dethat be- will follow. He charged the pow- lilctAl oiferels ce 1 w ch w hq
adequate defensive strength'i Mr Truman ended his elght- "There are plenty of signs of gan right alter War I. er lobbz In Washington already Wi briir abhut e unficatt ohl -
now," he said. iionth silence on the Elsenhow-'a return to that old philosophy yetilY trr 'a is b t te or o
r sradwl was".Q4 d. its beat t6 take over of Korea.
the NATO forces "do not havelhell" Labor Day speech in Cadil- is to help big business- on the neals fora vetI i e id last *sJItemrt rate i a a...Thi do "i thet ar-
fThiough to be ablestotrresiest suW.aSquare.in.
Carsdull Atgne anal l- t t 'The majority yofr the theory that if big business is well fail at leaat ft in *? ';
e, fully against an all-out t- "The majority of the people off. enou of it health and in- my part of the try." rt ates, al ro t bt r
tk" by the Soviets. t l voted for a change come trickle down to the Mr. Truman d refrained bsa. 'That mayJ tb.- 'o fid "
-;.However, he said that if theIthe political party that controlsnrest f the population to keep from making ~ Ptlb stite- elt 1 the m ane tndes, i ated as
ians decided to attack, they he government" he o said. "That the system going," Mr. Truman mental on ti nrinstratlon It mrly doe h te ret of .:.
tould have to be "willing to pay was their right. How sorry they said. after leavingg to White ,ous, the '
he price.., we would be nolare now. I "There are other signs that an. 20. But he alled'back nto "It hurts 'he. v'e t ran who 7 0
uhover for them." But I don't think the vted the government Is no longer so the politi-a are n todavln the wants to uv a or star a
Jne reon the Russians haveI for a change in the solal and Iconcerned for the welfare of all seeh sp the ApL. the husine or buy ,
t attempted to occupy West- economic principles that have of us. Our great public housing CM and mI lf I labor organ- th hmaLP. 0o. ta
"he robab o e St mp ron an teers ro hi mnd Fo ur torR hP f T *
r Europe, Gruenther said, was made us so strong and prosper- program, wh was helping o zatons. needs crt to and.It hur
f-at "they probably do not yeta Cadllao equae was e rowdd ti. lt&a Eijilemt da -
have the industrial potential to ug b a x as Mr. Truman launched into m or FntWiet o tble da. oi
tht a long war. R> h Agorneand om g fr e uic w I two oa A -s Republ o maki g the fodrow- t
S7 ion points: discredited old t r I 0k I down
of Panamaa n and th?^^ ;e United Heutemate one o Diputado te^ ^ ytt ele po war
tesCardinal cm,, uc l Pabw Opolhon -n The nA- theoly.n
Soa fe u tlon shot d put "flm t h i n.g
ltn w laCad b a JsVttinalaAt a The piva priest who ra- pSXon wME Its
l Car ao of the Mnirst" antrde bild m l its 2 defe
Blames Injuries not be b 1
The nationN mst ne'gotlate wt A 1t *v io lIN -amS
On 'Criminal' Try e xth dt f D li
HAVANA Sept..8 (UP) Ma- .i T F -10 't% a'l owd
fe Carfinal Arteag i o ed a t st a o n ido I h
.terday a frustra ted crim-ir a i.1 t
jt l attempt" was responsible Cud ,rat
ior the injuries he received last ntandlT ld b PO, h .A. $ Et R
of the wldwill be a s tt in du k at knoo n on S nd a bl. Af th at T pr| VA e pa rt t whwo rth &J op t a g nwr So. i-,
tnth. evse ben pelan rb do pe there u n- t sr o h pu an th rdit-&e.s1Il l* 1a r
fit was the first public admis- linu..s' r en
n bye o Archbishop of Ha- c t toIi E
Van rth t w the hebd wounds cut $a to cafe 1WeI
which required 26 stitches and this h-ad o ve m- -al .'. .... ,
kept him hospitalized for a week thi f e' hmt sae hty two Tth .0.lle 6,Ca T le I ce.aut
were not caused by an acciden- ingorn- xpn _t ten .f rml %p gin A i a 2
anyhisI toca nlab e.or ,uter aAI :
tal fall In the bedroom of his our natobal do at this tiWe A, t St
palace, as the. government or- In tm hherworld. .th I 3112
Igm ally announced 3) n tAW -rAan orals- a
President Fulgenco Batista ) ed. the We- sa rrn rPil oi pi
i' a s~eec'. Friday referred to M J. B. b FOd~el o the US Veterinary Mission to Panam Mr
what he called the "lamentable helps unload a breeding jack for the Santa Monica Hacienda Ident talnm 'U i e.asnone iak
accident" iuf ered by the Car- at Rio Hate. In the ohht p ott LbO erm tt e aboutI91 4. A'.,
dinal, of the .o Mm fLjU n and praised X,"A .M '
The President said reports w their la esft '-"-
pu Wshed broad that the in- w--l the I1h52p --hlrn" rl.nr
Juries were "produced by police" -uth- ueo- -oo 's ron cow-n, ,
were incrediblee." Iiran IN'..
remark on his injuries in a S CP Brreit Its n g. J c s 4q; ..,
statement disclosing be willU
I save tomorrow morning teers
Miami, Fla. and New York en ildth l rt A foOL.In.I t, h p .n o
ioute to the Vatican to pay his J,....r.nd the r e U lityal i h t ~..,.
ppcts to Fope Pious XII. The U S te "er hlF.hr ...t.1" 'eehF:,,
:4 lp.was recommended as a rest o "f .I-' -
I*' his physician, Arteagasaid..,. ..t"e
hi ph'slen, .teags d. During the weekend, SICAP, men on Sunday. landed six head Ca.w 1prof vthe ColubIt. -4Au Q.-16 '
avy Cosider an agency maintained jointly bylof cattle for Dr Adolfo Arlas. Rive aMislq Its dho "1-tellste d., "op4 ''
the governments of the Republictwo for Ambassador Roberto stor" fthe OP adminlstra- ma.
US oNavy Considers f Panama and the United Heurtematte, one for Diputado~l I electric pow 8t .,,
States. completed successfully Pablo Othon. one for Mr. Alejan- .] -- T .. ....
the importation of 34 Cebu steers; dro Arce and four for SICAP's To fl1W A IM v
and 14 jacks from Jaralca!Buena Vista Experimental Sta- pSuoWtys N s og 7
-dbm | Sunz brought in by air Some of the tlon. A
ll i al animals were obtained for exper-I i. luxury hwrL mnmli'V'00' -I"
Imenial stations of the Ministry It left Immediately for Aga-B
WASHINGTON Sept 8 (Upl of Agriclulture and others forlduice where it landed two head & lsik ld~eim 4.W *04oM.*l '.'
The Navy is considering build- prvale parties o cattle for the Instituto Naclo- In Miami. TWO. "~ "- ".
bI a super atomic submarine nal de Agricultura at Divine and
which would be as big as ght h.. ..he animals came in oil two one for Manuel Maria Aguilera. tmveet kisisten fl niu A ,D6.. ..
cruiser and as fast as a destroy-IPAA chartered plns, the first Also six Jacks were unloaded
e, naval officials said today. of which landed at Tocumen at there; one each for Saturnino'k rWas11
-ihn proposal ho,, .. s,,Inoon on Satfrday. After t p- Arrocha, Luls E Fabrega Enrl- ~ "tQ. fie ka.
md controversy within Navy s b- plan I to David where bastan Mendez and the Carrizo r-hil Wa .a 9 Ia
arine circles, with the faction rest ot them m ere dropped. TheeBrother, at Ocu. ania e hUNIOsw lamed
eJ.ning the huge indersea'Second load Ilex into Tocumen ,.tWhei-bU ha.c
Oa Et wotld be a "sitting duck"' at noon on Stinda'. Alter that., The private parties who re- opera. .. ., &1 t5ro9tl -.
iariet for enemy attack. Ithe plane left for Acuadulcecelved the breeding animals paid ibi IrSiff
As envisioned by Navy plan- ''.hre tite rest of them ~ere un- their share of the purch TI4 s V
Msrs, the submarine would dls-,lO.ded. land transportation expenses. All hh ".d T .i
atae 6.000 tons anldwould be!. ajor 1. N. Foling. of the of the roughbred breeding 'thr ter Avenide
"pa ..ble of a speed of 35 knots Veterinamv 'm'i ion of the U S ..I stock is adapted to the local ell- N aAy. WS ,
underwater. It would be the big.:Army to Panama. .as in chargemate. Y .9 I
and fastest submarine ever'of the purchase of these animals!' i
atuted. twice as large as'in Jamaica and he made the two' tklon 1 1
two atomlc-powered sub-'trips with them to the Lsthmus. 411 Un.I .. -'
Ine -- the Nautilus and, SICAP is now in charge of the
lf- now under construc-lExperimental Station formerly Bs b i..."
Hu., The Nautilus Is due to beloperated b. the Government at[ 48 Bob Hon, ... -
: .ched early next year. The'Gualaca in Chriqul Province._ o
of the Seawolf will be laidland known as C~ablanca AqArrives In London ,f,. .. .-
Tuesday at Groton, Conn. I project ful' the breeding oi dralt1 a..mm ,.
has been speculation anintsl- '.ll br developed there I LONDON, S.ept. B rupL Un. O.ad
gtBhe Nautilus and Seawolf. The purpose of the project Ie sunshine g.et. d Icoma e- .'
are similar in design but iq tn provide the farmers oB ob,__ ,._,_ .... .. .me- :o, ,,.hi.
different type of atomic, Panama iith good draft ani- ,roma New Yne or tds arnvad -,.., .
en. will be capable of mak- mali at the same time they brouewt an dtd wisecrac
25 knots under waer. A hiah are trained to work theIr land about the w etl r. r .
in. official said today, with the help of animalpower.
t_ a ttheirIpeedwtllbe The plane that arrived on ..' thought-, sts the wrong
2 5- knots --'about one-Saturda.. unloaded at Tocumen ere." Hope5W.r 4.fl lll come
taster than conventional tuo thorolmmnbred steers for Mrs here for a change of fg."
esCarolina P de Morales and two'
A breeding jarkq for the San-ta: Accompanyf RP o
rj Own Good Monica Hacienda at Rio Hato. 1nearance at t RO Lorian
is Own Good DAti Art o n
fft or Antkonio dium was blondde 01
Mutt got him at David will go to the SICAP-
of an seel- oroject at Gualaca. two to the
ae Wathama Cd nn farm and one each ton Wven.rt. ig a e
'Cuillermo Tribaldos, Jr, and fthh
cI O alSep Aurello Diezo A1r43 Dlam .rI tl .....A e s
n ge Them Dai t'atifow to Tgotte 41CA
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