The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Stheir young lhed reading W. to be anna's letter (Mal Box,July
14) about the Little League sit=atlon and a Canal Mone Little
'I e tavs chances inke cmpettion with Sta tes'
Maybe the to say la very true. A team from thise and be
iminated, but longthey wllongshot when competing wu l trie. I'N1
tufre tat which yout populate this one by t year, da
Ivyers b these local the ttleLer experience of year
They will havderdog longehoft their famight be, for the ft tme
at thet young lven to be able to quality men. e Wi th
learned States teay are kewise champions of i their way.
Maybe the local champs wand lose their first gae and b
much in ated, but they will have gained a valuab leexrience. Ill
venture thatwelve youear old young ball players of last learnyear r
1loner. Hayden, Bruhn, and other are today far Improved as ball
Slayer because of their experience of last year.
wll bThey will have left their family ties for the firs00 t time, Leagu
Sbut on cases, and venture forth as young n. They will have
learned that they are going to have to ntinuedgh to hown he elementway.
Sgood Their newspaper clippings and batting averages don't meqn
much in an athletic contest. Tha might I elf l. a valuable lesson
I for a twelve year old to learn.
Should thev lose when as you say. is most likely they
will be in a class with all the teams of the 800 Little Leagues
but oe effect- and tha one s the champion. They will portae how
other great teams have lost and continued to show the elements
or good sportsmanship.
But then,s there is always their element o perhossibili t hat
they might win, remote as It might be.
Longshots, even 100-1 shots, are common In the wiuning
elrcles of many sports. Even baseball has known Its lengshofk.
The effect it has on the community is the tost Important
Sending a team of recently developed young men, without
*he worries of the world on their shoulders, in perhaps the big-
rest shot in the arm that can happen to this Isolated Ameri-
'C Inommunihy.
Last year the. box scores of each game were pointed in the
Otpers In bold type. Every exhibition game won resulted In the
community feeling that their camps = i tie was. The
defeat, naturally, was a fluke, the o appent UmwwAt
But the ehnee to send a team te oe compete
Against fellow Americans, was the second largest morale builder
r3 vwen in this community In ten short rear.
What was the first one? The etablbshment of the Little
League baseball teams on the Canal SZne.
How about it? Send the champs to tMe States. Dont you
tlnk that Sutherland and Bateman are going to look big to
ft States' teams? Take a look at them again. They, and their
loom will be a sensation In the States.
How about a morale boost for a chance? vean if they ant
$bly in the championship, because of the 1ilure o tWe -
lan local rate team to sign the waiver, they can 'a
n exthibitions with the States teams, see the finals of the Ltte
j egue world series, and my morale, along with the community,
wl gosky high. L'

This is a letter to the 1*2 Pacific Little League All Star
As one of your many loyal fans on the Isthmus, I want to
-and my regrets that you won't get to make the trip to the
IBts that you worked so hard to earn. Contrary to Mr. Ran-
f's opinion (Mail Bo, July 16), you deserved to go as- ch as
S team.
T h no fault of yours, you a M the tihd is O a radg.
mosiOHMy years In the making
bor s have learned a lot in Little League M t
Q3,u ns l,-,as your games on the a field bhaVWe tW -
This time you did not get a fair deal, a Si e IlW t 1*-
for everyone conermed.
m final delison that e ldwens 9a I on
"fe W s the right e ot
n sure if they had considered the future of al Little
league baseball on the Canal Zeo they wold have made a
f r decision. Politics and grudge should m t have fiSuee*d-
sol daeldi"n.
I khow that the people who ay.the rM l Interest i btg'
utt f =on = woaa zwat Leamse,1
theug there are diff*ftA =ew to ime.
I ean't help butlhl that tOe who "qut" on yoe ame,
m the going s a little tough are ladckbg in the eoures
3 es to fight for something that we ak Iew Isn l-a
T wO should have Wad the right to iene he Canal Ums
mf u i e, er It is tie 0s that ljes, au ad
-"uast wonder how Jamaica, Cost MUa, "o a
W My other country would react If they wer tonld '
M t first defeat Americas for the right to represent their eat
In my opinion your elders fought for a pine tlM .
dr aad Jut and were wi=ln to go WSbm tMa S P
Mels until they were ble-de .
aal Zone versus Panaia oEW m -@r
.'idad ,or Guatemala or any NW I a M .*-be&.%'"l6
MeH Vea anybody ee but W ZelM for t fe-
IgAt the Canal wZone. 4

3- Cov ernmenwt has e. N R

5 4 'Bdee Z lt feel WIE 0@ig
a the real ole' fashion Amerlican Way that
Senvy of an. .

-B. Buans, former Little League president, hit the S a
Bika- the ether day when he stated that we shouMld a the
Bgoes "Stay In our own back yard."
.Ti. o given was clearly etoed in that tie e

L= I would like to suggest that the ta-efw@i.
little League Baseball Toarnaments cmdnuSmj 1ls-
as Pacific Side, Armed Se'ulos, S., b S,
he winners take. to some well knwn
ee ks during the vacatlem. period as a
S expense would be less than the cost of smeug a to
iatues and more yountgers would be revriS .
S8 h.a been in the the reward is to a
*-fl our youngsters Instead of having IhiSile
aM and ortameunship which we hope to Sat

B ggiASuelaa Asffair" bM i m
bt I ouldn't- as lay as a
l tmk abeknown my opinan on the

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Youe: Ann Co tMhe others.
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in 14 B 1 a 2 etUmaM y. Jennie Hecht, teen-aged daugh-
Mafnime heroine, la ready to ter of Ben Hecht, who plays a
B t flicker fame again. child prodigy and who writes a
she's moaning: Hol ood ht in "Actors and
I'am Just not known as an ac- Sin,'" is going all-out to become
I* S la Hollywood. Thoe jungle an actress with her dad's per-
S elhtres didn't do me any good. miton.... Howard Hughes let
Sclaloa was n pidgtng Sam Goldwyn make a star of bal.
7J. I shouldn't rap those pic- let beauty JeanwaSie in "lHans
0:r'-. They paid for a couple of Christian Anderson," but now he
.i: ult~s." won't lend her to any other stu-
dio. Turned down bids for the
-. A waved farewell to the French cookie to play opposite
-headed row eight years ago Jose Ferrer in "Moulin Role"d
*ow she's sighing, "*Brles. and Gene Kelly in "Invitation to
is gene-it's dead. The art The Dance."
S gone out of stripplng. There '
.. talent left. Radio and TV The fate of te e-make of
agmbbWd up all the. comedians. "Music I the AI" at x lMa Isn
S h Bkdai bathing suits killed where the title implies, new tat
Sne box-office for strippers." Gege W Seml i eat the sta-
dio. Unless other producer
The Gordon MacRats, who grabs it, Georpe SBadets' rih
"q'ht to know, are denying the baritone -ay n.t 4 a the
iA'rltal rift rumors. "We're hap- screen this year.
together than we've ever
says Gordon.. Joe Pas- Groucho Marx's son, Arthur. is
k's talking to Kathryn writing a novel with a Hollywood
about a film career for baclkround.... Steve Crane, La-I
four-year-old daughter. Pa-na turner's ex. will ask for a
She has the same wide- diverse from French film beauty:
a )eal. claims Joe, as Mar- Martine Carol In the U.S. Courts.
I ts Brien the best news photo of the
....yvear from Hollywood will never
Kirk Douglas plays a trapeze be released. somebody high up
r in. MGM's "The Story of prevented the release of photos
1r'eS Loves." Other day he was showing 1how Jennifer Jones
thingg trapeze expert Harold'broke her hand in a tense fight
go through the routine- scene with Chatton Heston in
.s swan dives and mid-air "Ruby Gentry."
eus. Throughout it all a cigar
ee r left Votse's mouth. PICKS WWONG SPOT
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ftkoe must be an easier way to Judge Carleton ned a defen-
Vlick the ashes off a cigar." dant $1 ~ft d:"Teu
VrL.,inia Bruce will resume her time. e t z mtV,:60 Ernst
career now that her hubby, Adams. 22. was charged with be-
Ipar, is out of the Army.... ing drunk In Richmond's first
e Robertson, who has the precinct police station.
Iny-and-grits accent for it,
e odds-on favorite to pay.
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version of Irving Stone's
President's Lady." ... UA
de Mille, the noted choreo.
er, flounced out of Holly-
in a huff when the major
with whom she was talk-
rontract wouldn't give her
h1 '-ins to do her ob without
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pons, both of whom carry his
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54-tothers are friends again.
etl Tuwkish wenment rt.
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MIg the studio to film exte-
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R SALE .-New used refrigerators
Ianvenient prices and terms.
OMndfa l Altore. 5. A.
FOt -SALE:-General Electric Refn-
giotor, 6 cu. tt., 25 cycle, in
good condition, $50.00. Rug 9' x
10 a'. Floor lamp. Bldg. 831
Apt. P. Balboa Rood. pone Bal-
k boa 4471 ar 83-7277 Curundu.
TOR SALE:-1 chair, kitchen, point-
:d. 2 Ochirs, lawn, pointed. 3
fools. roman 3 night tables, ma-
hogany. I table, kitchen, enamel
S toap, 2 tables, metal, plastic top.
t" -, mirror, framed. I Ion. 12 inch
A refrigerator Westinghouse. I
a-'. joning board, folding. I b e d.
tingle, with mattress, 2 bed lamps.
% 1 Floor lamp. I toastmaster. I1
9. vacuum cleaner. I mixmaster. I
* M set dishes. 1 dresser, metal, .
drawer I dresser, metal, 3 draw-
er with mirror. House 1701-E,
1 Old Cristobal alter 6 p. .m.
'I tSALE:-25 cycle G. E. Monitor
l top refrigerator. Phone 2-1716.
'ESg-E.-Chiffonier oak $10.00.
W4'idesk mahogany $10.00, tobit
"White porcelain $7.50, mattretes
cotton $5.00, doll .orriage $2.50.
.hight, table $3.0, table wood
,i;k.lcheh $15, cedar chest $5.00, 3
,1 linoaleurm $4.50, 5 louver $2.-
each, bamboo lamp $2.00,
.--1eudh covers and 3 cushions $7.-
hathroom cabinet $1.50. Tel.

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FOR SALE-1950 4-door Chevrolet,
perfect condition, complete plastic
seat cqvers. Rain deflectars. 195-
A Gotun, phone 5-336;
FOR SALE:-1950 Noash 2 door se-
dan, radio, bed. Balboa 3022.
+touse 5647-L, dIablo, after 5
p. m.
FOR "SfLE:-1942 Studebaker Se-
dan. Good condition. House 1424-
A. Carr St. Solboo. Phone 2-3496.
FOR SALE:-1951 Dodge Kingsway,
2 door almost new, very reason-
able, will finance will trade for
cheaper car.: hone Albrook 4239.
FOR SALE: Morris convertible
195-1, less 4.000 miles $900. Coil
Bealbo 2-1623.
FOR SALE: Want a good clean
car at a real bargain? 49 Mer-
cury, acual mileage 16,000. Tel.
2-1695. BMlboa 721-A.


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tL ------. dress paiven ed. Zez. enntt's Studio. Tel.
WSLE:--Medem dressers paintld 22-1282.
Scolors. Phone 3708. House -
O9 Amodor Rd. Poton Ofered
.1 SALE:-Frigidaire. 8 foot re-- a
Wiger tor. 25 cycle, like new, WANTED:--Secretary for coist i
0blO. Telephone Balboo 1478. .flon firn. Working knowledge of
S- Spanish required. Write box 2036.
LE:-Bargain! All porcelain Anrticn, C. Z, giving experince
re proaically. rimw, Easy and saary.
ISpbiole, En2intk woodworking
beb aond visa, oil 25 cycle.
4-296. flouse I10-A. W anted Putho

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a.Ute. M750 lAcildbi

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FOR SALE: ,500A,. M pm r
na in Las Cumbres. PnamaI -li

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Silen Stvilcg Sho, 28th St. No. 2.
;Collidorrn. Yel. 2-4547.
HAVE CAPITA to hvest .in sound
Panama, Centrel or South Amer-
ICan Busaoss. S. C. Lee, Room 724
El Panemi.

FOR Sl- bnd Spinet
Piano. Phone 6 4-4.8iter 4 p. m.
Sealed bids, in trplItte will be re-
coived in the oftlt*o at Engineering
and Construction Director, Pan-
hIna Conal ComWpny, Balboo
Heights, until 10.b a. rm., August
19, 1952, band -thn opened in
public for furrnldhb oH plant,
equipment, toe mtariefs, laex-
cept as furnished by the Govern-
ment). labor and 'tvies; for per-
forming certafht wtk tor the re-
hobilitationh oF reffiration and
ry storage faci itsas in Gorges
Hospital at A bo, Coiel Zene.
Forms of prfLe, spWecifications,
and full par Vwy be ob-
tained from the o q of the Con-
tract and Inspectivt ivlision, Room
3 3 6. AdMfhlftijtMrn Bulding
(Telephone 2.3739 er 2-2498),
Specifications with drawing will
be issued on a d ft of T20.00
par set. Oeplit OWN foWrf6eltd
if spect at n I drawings wra
not returrnl witMh l0 days after
opening of bas.
FOR SALE---One olmet new clarinet
wood with shany $7S.00. One new
Sunbearm electric roaer, $12 .50.
Tel. 2-4203, offer 6:00 p emn.

FOR SALE:--Ore Kewomwore nshing
machine 60 cycles. 83.5141, Cu-
FOR SALE:--artfaeher Clack er-
casian wolnt WeWMirlnttr chfine
duty pao, new. Tetlphon Paf -
amn 3-45 TL.

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portable rWdo perfet chd
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judge, decided today to let psy- 'WxNT1I4WM 'EAKPA I. P.,SATU
chiatrists look into the muddledI
mind Bayard Peakes before .
Se is ,ut on the path to" the .
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Orebow, and Peakes' coart ap- CHICAGO, July 19 (UP--A Tie Cvl V1 ,battleground t kiHl was gi *e the thretatef e d. theat
poin t ed lawyer, Bennjamin left thg coalition, studded shifted yA u the plat- pt tateet tt l l
chmler, asked flt the mental wit 'thmutt admineptrat-on f alt hird dot s etett Citl dDU thlatb
observation period- figures, was bbing for cOn- asR oy attk*k heads of But ftB m r oa the
Grebou told th 4eOrt Peakes trol of the eotic Party q 'yat farm e et it aentrats the. 1m
itty18- -dcileentoday In maneuver capped by a dentlalsget- M veralln de
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the sotety rs ofre week's Democratic national con- g h i ppl. whet aly edB a tore a page Wil N ahInvestIm as the
the societ y'sr ee of vention here. A re- ee to fly her. Utratlon's notebogl sd gTloves lA o
"electronic" theer that man ifl bert aag Mt" 2 tpate i a r, for repeal of tt taf
tould live forever. .r of l, h abe t yta e lb -m
We felt that Wt% thise t i wh erive byi an ti b- welcome the l w which he t*t aid that levee tW.
l r tod dthe judge. dmOeIGov. Alan ShIes a la_. gbrs," j, : on.v it v.,
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