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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00075
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l g_ s Little League baseball here on t t stmS. The
a he ae doing a wonderful Job this year o. eachng
Sportsmanship in athletics and good ethis with


I, At the end of the past season, the papers were full of what
hty shdy deal in which a manager or eman-
1" JiB i npted to createe a champion by jugfllng their lineups
at one team fedd not have their pertinentat bo n the
te Little League bas once agall here on j these of
ltSaent?, ial discrImination. No doubt, there ate two sides
ShI and the local papers have been fair arid y brought this
.l e, H however, the fact remains that thl Little Legue ca-ith
iAtIatL o ndot be allowed to compete In the naioful ohampion-
the winners of the colored league did dot get a
the playoff.
other little matter in regard to the Little League -
't s6me plan undertaken at the beglntIng of the season
money to send the kids to the states, Inotead of waiting
a few weeks before the event takes place? Perhaps
mould be raised would not be adequate, but it would cer-
e a start. Let those folks who get an hOur or so of
t out of watching the kids play donate when they
the ballpark. I understand that It is not possible to force
.4 gut, although I don't know why. But there are several
S rOesuIations which use public buildings and charge ad-
M. see their productions.
conclusion, let me ay: Let's pay th game fair and
and maybe our boys will grow up to t wttir ea for
'od w li help to make the world a better, place to live in.
len't Setting that example rights now. . "
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0 1to have ab eat deal of respect for Mr. Rufus Love-
I read 6!f Is action In connection with the current
I between t Pacific Little Leaguers and the Isth-

-iscue that all well-thinking sportsmen, the whole
lbeadth of the Isthmus, will deplore the attitude
le president of the U.S.-rate Little Leagu W aI
a i ia l e to the body he represents. '
ma althis argument started, a
btboth drMesed Intheir .


W I know, to dueie t ie d-s
P0 ae trip to the Bates.
that some way will be worked out, a- suggested
SIn his trM.w to enable the boys to unabb the
and A t cWitpete In exhibition
1r' o o statemment that th.
B Th". a^ ll of Jamaican da t '!
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Sassigned. Havii
bMiSly with these out'
fiing aen, I am convineA
I lBCt Wrnmen trained In
labor move
h e bought Into govermp
.aititls at home
has proved itself I
that go far beyond
unian problems. I have
This proof myself.
"Lar has proved that tIf
aiderstandltg of the problem
the nation as a whole ha
ted it to take an important
in the solution of all prob-
of national Importance.
"My own association with
Inor i government goep baok
the early days of the New
., whenI served in the NRA.
"You will recall the collective
ig9ainling and minimum wage
so of the WRA. These
fundamental p T
become solidly
ear economic and social lIfe.
-8 was in the days of thp
that I formed the coes afP
and friendbip with
Leaders of labor that
lt stedd for 20 year.

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bo support W en, o
to speak fftiW AH We
of the fente?
"I am glad yu give me a
chance to expU a few of my
views on labor t Ago & and
the world, -he WkWO .te
"I "have Worked i l with
leaders of the -labor *Movement
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years In WIh & wb w I n-
volved in' Oad fent a atrtmes
Aft home and atftld. Molt re-
oently the Uibor people and I
have b-en w l thet on
one of tW e iat itspStat Jobs
this country has lne done
abroad.
"In Western Europe the rav-
ages of war had created many
of the conditions that favor
the saefing of power by the
Communtnts. Mlih had to be
done to encourage te exhaust-
ed and IdilhumWel p Iies of
Europe to Imake ae to
stay free.
"We ha6 to hetp gte them
the strength mw id ae they
needed to be able to tWat the
siren song of slavery tad we
had to Inspire tieS Pith the
example set by the bta move-
ment In America.
"Amerkean labor's cobtelbu-
tlon to this Job of uatlag Mu-
rope for the faee world was
made in two way%
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fecttve work dau wh C e IE-

Federatln of %Aba
Congre of i 1 1i gB -
sations.
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the labor advisers supped y
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"zarce" through the oC l n June 2 ACCEPTI
lPormt Offiials of flullivn Agencies '
Stina ;:.ing boat, local reprteent'Llvm f the boat.N
A .sr2...C2d osuIday said that the cause of the Zar-
v act-rift to e 300 co's trouble was unknown.
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ship the Cricket.
S-Pa n hlie 1,180-ton vessel was comn-
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WPk* c 'nd fo the t'r East via Call-
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HOUStON, TUE. IQF)1-Jhortlv
..tANTNIO Tex JulY 15 ,er the city's "Olen tp Week'
S ; eed a re's a d thrM
catd today .Id itracturl rils f .sa l
30 *""o'0d s # "I white pianor
ha aw- yelar-oid bi'des skll ",.I ,;- t '
'la hammer and lock"i 9ray, irtl'ltwiTolls. WI
r, eedlng and nearly deant fr oe4l"
trunk of his automobile until be M is
r hours. He said she called hi own.
Sk S4"smp and a sucker" and
; iy ed on his manhood.
i el Blanton, a neighbor, other bitter atr nt. he said.
-' the trunk of the auto- St called him a "sap and
I e because his dog amelled sucker." t he a$,. il ks the
yre Bledsoe inside it and news, to ha .mV anotherr ,
t h e automobile until party" was W I.nan than
came out. When Blan- he. -
t c'ose to the trunk, he BIedoe to ;" that he
t1S. series of 'please help flew into a 't reach-
e into the .- Wfat, grabbed
... a claw hiamms end started
S rdke the lock with an beatftg her on b iead. Physt-
3. Biedsoe wvu taken to clasj fsoud tn l marks of 14
0o6 Arm 1'o-ii5.aL yesterday vicous blew.
a ar f 'actured a kull and She fell tM automobile
rai m'tjurles. Physlcians said to the ground, 'Seduoe said, so
bEr c on Is "*very serious." he picked her up and locked
S who is 19, told E. I. her Ip the trunk.
Ca the police depart- He drove about for even
e hoqmicide detail that hours, drinking baetleg beer, *
t0be erp married two months said, and finally .drove h nt
.7 .1 4ald they had a violent and parked the car. Three hlarf
eni Tuesday and she left later lie waa awakened from a
.: But Saturday night, she drunken stupor by Blanton's
to take a ride with him. dog barking at the ear.
He said they drove around Bledsoe signed a statement
and t- 'Ed and early yEsterday for the district attorney admit-
Ate artc qd on a country road ting the attack. Re was fonnal-
Vind t .1 t6 patch up their I r' charged with Ainl to$eaM-
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. FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-Washing machine G. E.
25 cycle. Or trade for swing mao-
C hine. Ancon 0582, Apt. A.
P0 RSALE:-Three piece livingroom
Suite, with slip covers. 358-8, Ft.
Clayton. Phone 87-4143.
FOR SALE -Whre portable electric
sowing machine. Its oge Is un-
known, the case isn't'much. But it
s ,ews! Universal motor, $35 is all
I want. Gamboo 6466.
pDR SALE:-1951 Kenmore washing
"m(k'hine, 60 cycle De Luxe model.
Perfect condition. Can arrange easy
payments, house 2180-4, Curun-
du.
'FOR SALE. Bargain. Diningroom
'and suitingroom set. Other acces-
sorie. All in very good condition,
Wilcox Apartment. 7 i St. House
9072 Apt. 5, Colon.
FOR SALE: Guaranteed used gas
tqves, apartment size. low priced,
Sdften Service Shop. 28th St. Cali-
adni Tel. 2-4547.
Rw SALE.---Guaranteed used refri-
J' gerator. Con be used in 25 & 60
Cyf 8 cu. ft. Silen Service Shop,
' 28th St.. Colidonla. Tel. 2-4547.
DtR SALE.-New used refrigerators
"at convenient prices and terms
. Campfia Alfare, S. A.
5R SA.E-To hlghalt offer by July
i 23. 10 aluminum venetian blInds,
' 48" x 60", 1 .Norge refrigerator,
S,25 cycle automatic defrost, I yr.
aold. Also wood blinds for 12 fa-
Smily porch $10 60. tool cabinet
' for basement. 15.00. 2 dining-
rOcm chairs, $1.00 each. 2 roll up
porch shades Igreent 6' x 8', $5.-'
00.' I canvas chair 53 00. I baby
i(scole, $4.00. 1 baby* ro-king chair.
;S5.00. 1 Ba. Bee tend S$35.00. 5623-A,i,1iablo, Tel. 2-
2579.


9R SALE: Singer sewing foot
machine. Coldspot refrigerator
Inqw, in crate) 60 cylete, Sim-
q mern double etjeh, Pridene calcu-
Slator, gas stove, bdby crib. Strol-
SIhr. Phone 916 Colon.
S"iSALE::-lInternt l Han.-

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GeVWmUIm -iy^
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When fmc your new
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flees 3.WSl, 84985
FOR SALE:-K 1O platform Truck
with winch, perfect condition, good
tires. "Aencies Globales," No
121 Via Espeflo, Panamr.
FOR SALE:-Ob Studebaker Choam-
pion, excellent condition, can be
financed, reasonable. Call D. Pin-
der, 0010.'.
FOR. SALE: Patkard 200, 1951
ridldel, olrnet new, at very low
prite, brother 'upholstery, radio,
automatic fidimrissipn, white side-
wall tires,. 'punchuseproof tubes.
May be seen, at No. 18 East 29
Street kehi. yesco Mar' for Flbru'*etn 10:00 a. m. "to
12 00 noon, and from 3:00 p. n.
to 5:00 p. in.

FOR SALE:---1952 M. G. less than
4.000 miles $1,450.00. Coil 256.
Coo ,Solo. '.
FOR SALE:--t trade, 'fbr cheaper
car: 1952 Mercury, blue 4 Door,
radio and hitter. Cu? 273 -
3296 e ,duty, 2 l.-l12, quar-
ters. ..
FOR SALE.lbI~ II t4aor se'
dan. Engine b41m. Gead de'-
pendable transportdrtln, 5250 00.
Call 4-339 5:30 7-30 p

.CR SALE. 1951 Chevrolet Club
Coupe wilh power gJide, low mi -
leoge, like .new.' 1558t'C, Cala-
bash Sr.. Bioo," Goviloan Area.-
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WANT TO BUY:-Smrtl jig or barn
srw with or without 25 cycle 'mo-
tor. Telephone 25-3859 until 4:-.
00,'p.-m. 4-203 efter. ,


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WTANTED: Automobile .mlen
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MISCELLANIEOUS
** ^ ^^^- ^^y^*"
2081 Am. e. e
A week Md trip to remember the
rest of your life Through the Pan-
ama Canal ,te San lIas Islands and
Porto' B.fe A Jungle Jim Jount
package tour) on the cruiser
'Pescadorat." upansoled by the
Hotel El Panommi. Leave Balboa
Friday July 18th. 6 a. m. from
Pier 17 Sdbe, arrive Colon about
2.30 0. m. at Strangers Club
leave Criuttobl 9.30 p. m., arrive
San Bian islonds 6'a. m. Soatur-
day July 19. .vislting the homes
of fte Curi Indians, soilboating in
dugiots (Coyucos) swimming In
cryftl clear after Return Sunday
via Porto Bello. Arrive Colon in
time to catch 4:30 train to Bal-
boa. Don't forget 'to bring you'
swim suit and camera. $50 for en-
tire tour. $40 frmn Colon. $10
for Canal trip. For reservations
phone Jungle Jim Ponama 3-1660
or your travel aogen'
We'll fix oiall makes of refrigerators
Silen Service Shqo 28fh St. No. 2,
Colldoniao. Tel. '2-4547.
TO CANAL SNiM IPLOYES
You si.l have tIme to get a beauri-
ful chalet for only ^5.00. Get your
ticket from Sindicato Perlodista
I Newsprerm.-n's Union) I. for Raffle
of the b-eutiful chalet on Via Espo-
no. Call Marino from 1 I to 12 1
to 4 at 2-0740 or thereafter 2-
2653.

FOR SALE

OR SALE-Boxer. Faml,. Fawn
wilh White markings, excellent' for
breeding. Papers and pedigree.
Alao mole puppy. Fown 3 months
old with papers. Qts. 383-B, Cray-
ton.
PANAMA CAALj COMPANY
0153S 3@1li I9WUTU, RIVETS,
LAbSCRE*S AND WAftmS
S PR. SALON
Sealed bidl, for opening In public,
will be received until 10:30 A. M.,
July 18, 195S, 'for Bfts, Nuts, Ri-
Vets. Lagacrews and W hers located
at the Wlbt, SgoreiW H q 5wi
Circular'- '1i+ %m Ob-irsl$
from the Miffce of Suphrlnhendent of
Storehouses" Balboa, teltpant ?
12777.
ZOR SALE:---Converter 25 to 60
cycle hr hebvy duty 49 cycle avn
d't ror. 1 KW ountn.. 14aT'-A


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Holden. Balboo 2.6315i
receive comopenhatassa at the ratk
tofihl f -'!of $10,000 per annum., aid A*11
serve at the plebure of the

^^^m~iB^^^B^^ "USc. 7:- Te oomrnzewonila
Etl the hereby authorn to awpoiL
Gi8lNglpl uth - nfla the eomnpeugatlon.-wli
IIgr t Mk H B cretard to the Civil Service
kidts, 'dthtepin pe t'd thorl trael C andhtlsut Act of-
Lpomulwi o the QnltMd, Btt, l u lrmended--dIf auch engtlrzqj
aov'rna ndnt nd, mer xpertso ae omisdvlsernsg
.M 't"he if a t- % ote? M njot deemed by
powe" to 4aiaai and author- ,slhommnlsm ieeary heubbi.
c i e.' ,. o ther otfl- der;4tat may make such eupel
el,-of i Comatisa. to ad- dttu-cludlng those for iu
mailtrP l1 apotug travel and ubalentea
naiBna wttDW~h4M8rtenee< r~femt' of the Commmtaln p



Sir du (Ale~, sth Commat the
waeunB. noefanarst adata. f emjplot exceeding r
^^T~pfa~iu- Lw us MbteCe expense for
^*lo*|^r.'ftr SAW dow oWt pe!O for stay calendTirtf:

6enB~n~rAlfi n ahtf reaaur-te at tOxata

I q 1'd.Ste qau port l at t abindheet
wyeub.. evipnt, m y fl Qe tlcIm"ut an)
w pl$af quatIe tIZUI of the
Onted fatill, or ,ar altt||;on whoefttigader. All xpM|1
ti. cyyaoi Cm uu cen- thes shall be
trol or Jwottlotf ttB ni* anipultto the pi iiiii~J
oe. .wnie J e, atpn~9,b Chinih
ror
Usc I. 'l3lm eomniga sa offielW c or as
WumSt tatec FiMlaSfld the comsm..
l~w>lta!L^9L'J,-^^t "itee. md :bo .flIIB-

adamagh larfb, "a ana apport of all *peeadb and aecow
sttHltaneth ti ltsed an- Por wbte. y aaS ny Sp S 5
glagig "l and d relro te work a
fle, beggag. w re m t au thqrlh s t be madt,
;e'ud mar in M1 diS- at .afl thin, be open to
& ,A spor<.IB5 **ts santlesl to ab Pdashbt lms the ConD oe wab *01p f*r -


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"(aC) the e ommndtl Orad te
the Ounmsisato with rapeot as
the PunMa tmal; uql' to ai n out t.he ;amwtlo-is
-aw flfer-h aic s otr_ m o t a t." .....v:
p laWih the rtinU namlSad -- ~^ ^ ^^


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mLn, ma l I
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mate cof at sawsyig si e
BBommneatiUMs: and 1- s

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S-COMMERCIA

PROFESSION

I Or the 101
rleamuehoIld Paiatiheg
: SPRAIN;
'" No Mesa No Mbcmp.
io BD-teas No Wfaa:''
.*mawsh ai.
S Sah can Is a conviaT .
paint bomb
(r .beautiful colors. ..
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FOR fI apstteart "r
Sfleer cpfrfl .al, krnulMplbnnt+
Sqlt4Ate fqr 2Aerlcan Coupb.
1/9 8 t S Cde, .

Saon f&aul-co, Gull 2-I64 At-

FOR RCNTr; -. P~usnlhjd apartment.
2 be& rooms. Ctl '37 East, No. 26
. 1upstoars..

FOR SALE

FOR SALE.-B1autiful sedludel -.
tate, privet& beach. TUieb $l5,s.
000, bring your dseck bbeok. Tel.
6448 ,or Rd .liol. Santo 9aro..
FOR SA4E: -Corttea :. Reset reit
Jen Nguel. Col. M Ner.t4, Pem-
.onm ,, .g. .. P. .
4*t;iE
tbate'jMeftee
FOR S A:-8 Inch. Irculbr Saw %
HP motor, $55.00. 18 Inch ItB-
Saw, -'A HP motor $30,00. 6 inch
Joiner-Planer '4 HP motor $80.
00. Ctftsrioan equipment, 25 Cyl
motors. Jieuse .284, Culebra ftaed2
Ancap.

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uupl. Roy .. Redman, W 1.
p. a th8 mornr ing In
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y. 'teMan the bed and tl
A art while later the U
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Ajr-t from Diablo wfe 2
WM# LM. When firemen ui'
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-4Sen Estes Keauver sad today
the "reaction_'"' MtleEpCe .of
"WaRl street banifel wl drag '
Dwight D. ilsejtawer Sin to Q.1
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pre=onventlon speech said R-e.
publican supporters of Sen. '"-
bet"-A. Taft tof-Obt vire Zi1e
-source for hi adcuaatnM' that
Wall' Street was behind isen-
hower's Republb*n convftti
victory last week.
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gan has sought'to daed" th
People of this couPtry by plking
in nomination a candidate who
may not be of their pemruaalPm
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to win," he said.
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party itor and tgate con- n.
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