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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00093
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00093
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I wish to congratulate Wsnta Cru Resident for hl
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ervu~os .to what he said.
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v. escorted the lttdown- bers solved the problem by put-
h a Jeering taunt- ting food in budgets wthih were
line of other workers, hauled up through windows on
iwsa no violence. ropas.
workers began a During the night thA,oltdown-
WednaWsay to eras lept on tromm couches,
of the company benches or, bales of jute, and
twine plant to hem used fIn making twine.
ans, La. The Apill has Company offleolal samd the
ng rce of 855. porkers were advised more than
Sganta of the a year ago that the plant
'dltJ led a force would be moved to New Or-
r sd policewomen leans.
V:five-story betiding to1 The Loui ana eity is a port
the strikers. of entry for hemp and other
g* them two minutes materials use. In making twine
P.and.when w they refused and a plant there would elim-
his force to take!lnate transport costs to Chl-
Am Ct. cago.
I ms moved in two to a
tooftm yad ta. aOrSm
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workers who had' Rodgers and Hart songs., rom
Spicket, line In front 'Blue Room," to which lIG's
wIys anti ned fWa4rraab mantiallyto
w workers are members of wldered." of some years later.
.... ..Fr head the list of new books re-
o of the F..arm Equip-ileased this wek or circulation
fd Slectrcal Woers by th Canal S library.
M are Negroes. The Rodgers and Hart Song
m esWf nesday night en- Book, edited by Ridhard Rodgers,
Sthe plant and announced is a compilation of the 25 years
Oie sitdowners that he was of collaboration between Rod-
Wp. them 15 minutes to va- germs, the motelan, and Lorenz
He made no -effort then Hart. the brilliant lyricist. It
for e them to leave when contains 47 of the most memor-
v 4erased. able Rodgers and Hart sors in
*tb t L Raity 07 o kes of music With a
-' -Tabt L. Ray, president o informative text liberally sea-
-1] 14, said the union hoped soned with nostalgia and anec-
p uade the company to dote.
*-e73o me twine plant here. It is Wustated with five full-
U dMon aides claimed Harves- cag paatinesI cole wd 82
r abluptly laid off 150 work- black-and-whtedrawingsby the
W. SCLJ W mpore.layoffs and American artist Doris Lee.
WDared to diManle the plant The complete list of books
EtOout sufficient advance no- placed in circulation this week
u. The M. laySoM prompt- follows:
AI the sltdown, which police Psychology: Sizing up people,
was the first such strike Laird
cap labor history. Religion: The mpeIitlons of
w union put the number of the Irreligious, Hdley.
":e* .Wira at 238 and said a- Soc al Science: Phlosophy of
100 were women. education, K trick; Why wo-
W ey et i)up Uto Sb a um e o S M thm wWld. Levy.
p.s-u-l--- RApplied Science: Unoerntand-
SJUST KIDDING 7g your migraine -headache,
Packer; Manual for Chevrolet
-.'* Wish. .li 9" 10h0P OM Popl ar me0hankc press,
tews- Lia : How to bul foemS
lr furniture. Pabbro.
U s. m page-one 715e Arft: The R85e Mand
S. "Mereary Drops to 27- Hart song book, Rodgers; Con-
= 13ow" oh Me ofhe hottest tract bridge complete. Goren.
aI o the yearThe oler had Travel, Blograpy, History:
an t Aplanation. I A-line- My house 1s yours, Larrade;
salid, for Calr;w a biography, Walter; A

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FOR SALE:-Complete assortment o
lamp ports: harps, three way sock-
ets. finals, steel pipe. EUREKA. S
A 133 Central Ave. Just around
corner "J" St Open until 9 p. m
FOR SALE.--Upright piano. Phone
*2-1040 (Balboal.
FOR SALE -Boxer, female, beauti-
ful fawn with flashy white mark-
ings. Young, breed once produced
14 puppies. Would make an ex-
celler;t breeder or pet, raised with
children. Qtrs. 383-B, Clayton



Service Personnel od Civilian
GovmrnMint Emoloves

ibslit an
d Government Employs Finance Co.
When you finance your new
S -. or ued car.
N, 43 Automebile Sew
Phone I-4864 3-4985
FOR SALE:-1949 Plymouth. 4.door
sedan, plastic seat covers, new
tires. A very clean car. Low mile-
age. Special price today $1,295.-
00. Better hurry.
FOR SALE:-1948 Buick 4 Door Su-
per. New tires, you hove olrays

Mpellaneoo wanted to drive a Buick so.:here
is your chance for only $995.00.
WANTED:-2 .or 3 furnished room SMOOT & PAREDES
or apartment in residential section
C. McLean.Box 134. Panama. FOR SALE-'50 Ford B. DeLd2x, 4
Dr. Sedvn. This car is a real br-
WA TED TO BUY-Used piono at gan for $1,295.00
, reilanoble price. Coill Cristobal 3- SMOOT & PAREDIS
2115. FOR SALE;-1941 Plymouth'Cdoch.
WANTED- Sroil size baby crib excellent condllion. Bdrgain. Phone
dnd ;hild's chest of drawers. Call Panama-3-3730.
CuurGu 5153.r. FOR SALE: Pontiac 1949. out
Ldoirt f6r lady-partner to share an 1950; perfect condition; hydra'
indelandent room with private mrrtic; new tires. B.1,450.00. Tel
both. !dy professor preferred. Also 2-3078 office hours.
look el3e220for two small FOR SALE:--Mercury 1951 Sedan, 4
t^j -.-ek-3-4220.dder; WSW. Seat covers (Ever-
t~iANTE :.--' r two bedroom fur- glades gmeenl, $2,000. 'Kaiser '48
Vfted or unfOrnished by bachelor Sedan 4 Dbor, overdrive, radio.
ltth residnlible position with seat covers. Telephone 6-264.
jI& rican d!Mipany. Coll 3-4885 $800.
rom "-- ... to 30 p.m. FOR SALE--1942 Chevrolet Truck
I !2 ton. Cab over engine. Stoke
platform. Six new tires.-Dufy poi_4
Telephone No. 2-0825-3-24'7
FOR SALt :-Nash Statesman 1950.F
perfect condition, B.1,500.00. TdiI.
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A beautiful ChiaMt, 1952 Chevrolet
and 1952 Hirmin care on 1st. 2nd.
& a third prim; for thisl Sunday's Lot-
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2-0740 from I to 4 p. m. and No Mes

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Courses in e rs~nish will be beaut
offered MtOr'ini, Slturdoy, August
2nd. from 8.0 to 3 am. EO. F. NOd
every 'SaVr day thereafter for 16 g W entrl Ae.
weeks. Crdt for course will be given. l ilb. T*
those fulfilling admission requisitesa.--
Regis.atlan now open. Ponano ul y NAM
30th, 1 952 ANAMA
MODERN PIANO 'CLASSES:-St jjF .'j*i l Hotel Sl
American Popuit Music, iazz, I0- e~,M10.00. lt l .LING:
tnd rhythrs 'r !gl classics with Pi rou
piKanist-teacher, ^ Bennett, ai -
sibly the onlypA ustdid& of
kind In Cenrl rica that 4- Call 2
produces shme4f the latest di
coverlis Inhapia-ft6no instruction..
Bennett's nedbrn.-lono studio, cor-F Frk,
nor bf Aheort&'Awinte and Juai- 3 1 Poni..
B. Sas Swea. Nousf No. 9, Tel. :-a b U.p -
2-12A2. t Apoer
OW0k $ALE 8
ifomadvM tXW Iwa^n.
FOR SALE:-Recoad-chioner, thrn to" 3-4127.
spaces, autom lic, at 8.59.50 a cfal i,,kj
each, for. 25 cycle olper ation ,.
Mueblerla Cpsa Srfmon. 22b C) cr a.. m ,dh t pping, miot, sto
trial. (next to I*rahto Theater),' d i t s wRm der
Tel. 2-1081. tn1 de-vle*. Can^t '"r; Wpok WWS&o teW orVoft
I loth. Stre, New cristoWu, C & II%*oV4
FOR SALE:-We have just a few CI l yt 18 6241
25 cycle Thor, clthes washer con- 2. :f 2-- SE, POtimA.
ventiondl spinrineiar htu Mue- N f

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O SALE b'5 tudqti, Ch lernia Caet Sparlol. 223 Central -N i T -
FQR A.-'50 Sud ChaIn next to Enconfo TheoteMr, Tel. OVOW" e.t
'plan 4 Dr. Seqin wFtt i"odio and 2.01a.u'"
plastic 'seat covers, 9,0 r(riiles, FO. iNT-turnished chalt. f CANAL ZN fl L I
$1,300.00. Call Balbo or FO .SALE:--roaFon set Pado with b-edmo.i Hving,- dining g, fthe ,'
see -at 0588-A. Mini St. neron. oblret. C 3- 178' two services. Te. 3 i9,' .
FOR SALE:-1940 Oldsmobile Con- FOR SALE:.- Thor Semij-adtomrnllc eo Vt .
wirtlble with radio. Liviagotom & washer. i cycle, 595.00; Perfct FpR RENT :-Farm, with ch1lk0n 0 S16 M
bedroom set. Baby cuib, stroller, opreriting -cndition. Phone 84- od pigs. Prferoble Amnerics I
high chair, and dreier. Phine 2203. K .. i wiiy. Close to Panname. ox 2054. l
- Porna3-241-6.. FOR SALE.:-9 pieci meo dioo-hy d J. "
FOR SALE 1941 Chevrolef 4 Ingroocm set, $80.00, 1 von., '
tan Station -Wagon, -SiI ,iprMes $20. See fotm w1200h noan tdb- U%, lp -. .'
bady, djlib eldb h* e p. m. No. 6, 44th St. -pllantr
lent mo ,egotdc d lnM iibn. .50. No. 3.
00. New pottable meibr er. FOR SALE:--4CA'^ aio ile .,
with pick-up and powbrunh 60 QZ, -W. bandt. : I

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Time Cort of Appebls threw
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refusal to dswer questions of
his finanelal worth, eulh that
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wZ tI nJervioe with
Pha*e completed more
a11llie flying, mat
a4 a total of 2,885
the ir (816 hours on
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fuints is about one a month;
are already in comiaeriall
.e first of 2 Comets ordered
Canadian Pacific Airways
shortlyy undergo tests and
be delivered towards the
of the year. The second
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NEW YORK, Aug. 2 (UP, "Lea tw people
Prank Costello lost his second
appeal yesterday from a con iWENTTY-SEV3TBg YEAR
thpt of court conviction and
Was scheduled to go to jail next
week for the first time in his 37-
year gambling career.
derworlt figure planned to seek
a stay of sentence from the U.S. V w
Supreme Court.
terday denied Costello's request
for a rehearing of the appeal
the court already had turned
down. ons
A mandate ordering Costello PITTSBUROn Aug. 2 (UP) -
ail term was Mle8ted to ben The final contract settlement be-
h maded the district court clerk tween the Inland Steel Compa-
later today, ny and the 010 United Steel-
The U. S. attorney's office then work.'rs was seen today as a pos-
would notify Costello it would sable pattern for a complete end
ask a federal district judge 48 to the seven-month dispute be-
hoira later that the gambler sur- tween the steel industry and the
render to the U. S. marshal. union.
usetello already has suffered
onq setback before the High The formal contract, announc-
'Court. Justice Robert H. Jackson ed yesterday by CIO president
denied his request to be conti- Philip Murray, follows the provi- '
dted in ball pending outcome of slons of the interim agreement
his appeal to the Supreme Court. negotiated at the White House
dCosello was convicted of con- last week by representatives of
tempt of Congress for walking the industry's Big Six.
out on the-Senate Crime Inves-
tigating Committee h e r Tin he union sa the Inland a-
March, 1M. He was sentenced
April 9. 932, to 18 months inl reement. which covers 17.000
prison and fined $2,000. employes, did not include a cora-
I pany-sought provision which
If he goes to ail, It will be would give the industry the right
the first time he wil have been to assign the number of men to
behind bars since 1915 when a job, nor incentive pay seniori-
he served Ii months on a run ty clauses.
eacrying charge.
Accusmd by the crime commit- Though Inland was th t first
te e bfng the head of an East- of the large steel companies to
ern underworld syndicate, Cos- reach final agreement with the
.ted wae convicted at his second Lnion, three other Important
trial for contempt in refusing to companies have not accepted the
tll his not worth and any con- strike battling "memorandum"
Sections he may have had with which was expected to be a basis
New York poli s Including for settlement.
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which employ 39,000 steelwovk- wM, 1*
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by and Ludlum and Lukens. In- At the endoa
dustry sources say local problems md ] Pa
are holding up their acceptance
of the interim agreement.
Meanwhile most of the six -
largest steel firms in .the nation Co- As
continue to meet with union re-
presentatve n attempts to con- g r
rt the interim Agreemet nly
The US1*I talrb are 'redeos-
Stafll Mooaly, afftetwo days at
dbudlmn:. WASIftNCItO
Juit When the
Bethlehem Steel has held In- u*rry seemed
tcrmlttent meetings with unMn ast Guard 6
representatives. with photog
Jones and Laughlin began con- huge white igh:
tract negotiations yesterday, --4 m, Mass.
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