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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00095
 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.
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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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00095
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Fort Ko'bbe, Cnal oal.
t ha been maid Ia the Army that the two heIitobl~eAties
ac omplishmnl 'o the mi alon and welR I the men.
t that l aeond one has been fc pletely forgotten
thie gWheels bt BARCARIB.
I refer to the rotation policy in this command. There is
A alo4n for everybody but Puerto Ricans. although the regula-
U (SR 600-17b-I) are clear enough and cover everybody.
Why dimeard thew regulations that aomoe Ef the Depart-
St HArmy arena to be followed bS ll lower corm-

W g ;B (or sendIng others to fiht)ar "t hS dunocracy, It
iM-be UeIrU d at home first.
STee y thing left to may Is that th eit IWUn suaILend
otaontor fPerto Iticans onlyto -a y i at tme edo-
bprzuiiles that are a tradithn te AM=olan peaop
ft (oh UU Amy..
WDeqepelatei o1.


lDretewr.. NatM WLWr Of Panama.


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tcre am ay be More'f Nray Autmt"slt Htlon In
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about Uncte lamn lat-
tti-trAt suit against the NOT TI tM t
film studios, seeking re-:
en t motion picture': It's a new areer in Hollywood
ofor Aram Katcher, who plays Na-
ovwle'barons aren't ad- poleon in "'leaAmouche." Aram
anything. but the big hit movietoa in 1943 and got a
buzz Is that they wel- pie-easy start' in f aies "because
the suit. they could mate up to look
like an orlontal: Mrt of the Ch-.
tive theory: nese actors were ain the military
sf s theater owne service and Oe Japtnese waters
te a ter ii wre n capw.
e Mven feature W
to '. %e anti-trust sutt "I made let of money, but .
loves the majors valmd b- got tired otFiaying Ja ambas-
S .mgrinag the _wanl and siadors0 and m0e 1pponese
-m pm snf1u trs ."M fem*e" soldt.va. I WS MtM Male Myrna
-g- s ofols dba dlnew Loy. IV I walked out, changed
Wha pere the home eU Imy type o on rdway and came
S I Lupino's old anklh thJury t s New Jan he can't get an
flt up--distressing news to orlntal rle. l : 'They say
who told me of her recent I. not the
: "I never thought I'd walk
... "The Road to Hope" CaryGrant t amused at
the title of a new Crob Tny Curtis' habit of picking up
B -Lamour comedy, but an the phone and -saying, "T1 s hI
film due In the U.S. 00soon Cary Grant," In a oiee that's an
aMt a group of Impoverished absolute ri r fohe star's....
tlHans. Francis X. n Jr., is m(igh-
in Templte's Cue back ty3 happy giving up' his
Sd M8T ma dse wck ith movie caeerMe's the top big
mg C1 Y ay With ne shot of a Lot d Aieles mining and.
e. itegh ke m lea milling
i llsqP nP; who have
St-e,-flm offers. thed t to "p Pleasuree
a oble takes.
petrlce Wymore is fac9 aur rtl 1 Dalton.
Ay. A kd nditionstiomn ar COMO$r O l.ut like Joan
C6Jane wyri,.. .leJ-e her
*b will get a hefty percentage of hir dyed here
Mm t iaeracked upb7y her new ta Cn
igi "ris jStar." lst- M-
fl Bette's beenlIn tacM slIing
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Mand Jobaim AIMauccessful- M ."
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to the i care of How old 9t the star
y uw? ie House ar&rkd, "Hold A mtllon yeas? A trillion?
t Arrival." Or are they ageless? Not so.
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cnittaten. Et5 2 dazsa has of st
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..Thelma Ritter. tlw, star of "As' In general, stars seem to
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".y "The Thin Man" as a spreads out in a 'oinrsat
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doeIaat want to report to fsat aWs of the wheel.
the end of the year per
t for another picture These Population IT stansAre
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S50,00 from him in set- Wsa Itself. Stars of P
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*4 Tivello Ave.-Phone I-So1. and on West Ifth Sthut 1B.Or si

Fourth of July Ave.-Pnone 2-0441

Agencia lten adImS- m
*3 Lott ery Pln P6mm

FOR SALE:-Complete assortment of
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. in.
iFOR SALE: Leaving Isthmus: -
S dwnfngrom furniture, bedroom.
radio, etc. Tel. 2-3392.
FOR SALE: -oby-horse and saddle.
good for 12 or 14 Yrs. child. Coil
FOR SALE:-A.K.C. registered cock-
or spaniel puppies, five weeks old
No. 2181-A. Curundu. C. Z.

-.' MhreIeneoqu
O* WANTED Smalr sire baby crib
and child's chest of drawers. Coll
Curundu 51-53.
WANTED:-l or two bedroom fur-
nished or unfurnished by bachelor
with responsible position with
American Company. CaU 3-4865
from 7-00 a. m. to 3-0Q p. m.
WANTED: American couple de-
sires vacation quarters. Sept. I or
sooner. Ciob!o 2-4239.

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9 0oes an pas t 6 P. m. tcmpr-

Tte pab ar 4 athWed as:l
SCentr Avenue, rs Plae,
Parina, ColonI al i .
eauiaos, San l M late*nP-
a, Walls
t Wh1r Horse, several
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GS'.USA' Employs'
Inrist on
Govemme Eanptleves Finuw.. Co.
Whn yeM fnns. your new
W dwcm.
"11L AeMeHI ew R"
PIume -49W14 8-4905
FOR SALE:-1940 Oldsmobile Con-
vertible with radio. Livingreom &
bedroom set. Baby c-ib, stroller.
high choir, and dresser. Phone
Panama 3-2416.
FOR SALE:-1951 Buick convertible.
Phone Albeok 4112, E Z term.
FOR SAE:-1950 Oldsmobile Hol;-
day CbOe. 24,000 miles Hydro-
motic "ive, Radio with dual
spiokWr. Excellent condition. $1,-
770.00. Dety Paid. Phone Office
FOR SALE: 1952 Mercury Mon-
terreuy haad top with merco-matic.
radio etc. Will take trade In. No.
2155, 7t St. Curundu, phone No.


FOR SALI--Chelt, modern, com-
fetable anld Stegant, on corner
facing Gotf Club (Via Belisario
Perraos). Excellent neighborhood.
ample ground 1,094 sq. mts. Hbs
3 bedm" W% baths, porch, dfn-
Ing-lvingie m, kitchen, garage.
Lots of pSee. $15.500. has $6.-
000 mortgage with Bonco Naclo-
nrtl f r tlong em payment. Coil
Tel. office 30625: home 3-2944.

tSatg Rtu Mtrt

FOR SAL*:-5A.t 26 9t. Mine Yl
Minater, Grafriep completely;
*e0ih=uted, e eralMW ond"on,"
sleeps four, inside toilet. Good buy.
.. 400, Co a 1214.u

FOR RENT: :-.d. a, era f.or
Sitoo, we r.006 toeesa
fore easy to loid nd unload.
Phone Pnome 2-0027 or 3-0763.

Public Reminded
Of Interrruption
Of Ferry Service

Tbhe public ws re idfd to-
ow erry will be interruapteg
betWea 8 p. m. ad Ig I. .ai
*, suoceoalve night tra aiommr-
row untl Prlday.
W& A *.iU Into of ervto Is
c to offtet spaoa t
4hen the t ferr a a a
m. at ti p. w4 I WM
'm a usual on theNIS., "U

aty comen ies i d him She
iawd have sto -*V Bp Dhis mice
w mote out of t S.
ow te ws

*?t a.t= awiAND, OMt. P) A
Me an Mipedas a inW t obm4s-to-hose wn'h Ia on for
pus lip a P. figtr- a ate. k aniHsaaiagl.e tine-
toMber (citeN smro high tor for the anSl AtWlnd
ilbu the -. It mned th Shakeeeame fl UStI, a, he
t wae T i* in photo, needs one of the rare musical A-
r. stranMes ii asii pla" Zi
ba than asu te NIM. as rarnge

IM iaK n, ta-s. (UP) -
teIetiiTalSP in bzvj a. m.iy ce mmmV
xTEA.40 -Wig- IKD a WWt, A. -'p),
to I. ndttogJaidte Cfrtha x WBbter Im
B wd e .-iitned a o ft arf r wtmD ca

a- k a-hee--- pIssthe pt- f e ofl a
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spaces, YWte., oT D.5W.Ou
each, far 21 cl operation.
Mueblerja oGCa kOln. 223 Cin-
trol. (nAM st" cno Theater).
Tel. 2-1018 ?.
FOR SALE'- te hwae just a few
23 'cycle. .hpe,'6toswasher cn-
blertl CoW irten, 223 Central
Next to e"cqhte Theater), Tel.
FO RiSALEt:--Lrsrk nom set, refri-,
gerotor, rTdt sewing machine,
beds. Phong 3*49#1. 8 to 12 a. n.

FOR SALE-Ler Magic Chef Stov,
$40. How~r wnhing machine
$50. Simpm.ons difn (double bed)
$50. All perfect condition. Calis
fomia ptl. No. 5, 40th St. TOe.
3-0833 Pnatw.
FOR SALWIr-flth$ table porceh
and two 4h4Wt. $15.00. Dinikln-
room sft furniture prottilcoy
new, $t15?O00. Wocker with up
holstered t $8.00. Vanity w
large mitrar, $50.00. Radio. C -
sole (RCA i-A tube 40.00. Tpi.
2-1746,. 8 a. m 5:30 p. m.

FOR SALE: Livingream simt,
double bed; refrigerator; Mst.
itera. 0775-H, Wltlimn Pnies,

FOR SALt:-Vene.V n bltnds ta fit
entire duplex quarters, $55, 5
plece livnammo Ot 5.0, I sam-
phone $10. After 4;20 p. m.-829-
A Empire St. Telephone Balboa
FOR SALE, -Bamboo llvirnoom st
dtnete breakfost et end ether at-
titIas. *ffl\ prBw i, leavif*
cauwriy. h=g .551-A, Govilah

FOR SALE:--Mhawgny bedroom set.
Sn" lbds, Ilht table and chif-
fnle- 175JS. House 3.1, 5th St.
Ntew iCribl. Phone 3-2878.
FOR SALE:-Leaving sthmlus. pen
tbdasam.9et, and others items.
A t No.' 50, San Francis. .w

FOR SALE :-Mahsuny Chinog cl.,
9 feet, 25 c6e6. Wunps
oterat, per. Pialn hu at .sd
nftlan blinds ktwen dishes, Misc.
ems. encyclopedia.' 919-6, Psda,

FOR SALE: Mirrors, $3.00 0*.
Chinese carved chests, $30.00
egah. W b N r d uOhWel $W3*
,6 eh. Singer comnsoe $75.(
Smith standard iwewrder 0.
Eibtrlc fun $15,1. o M oaIs
$10.0. WaringBledr, $20.00.
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Says Russell

Was 'Dumped'

NEW YORK, Aug. 4 (UP) -
Ben. Richard B. Russell of Geor-
gia was the original vice presi-
dential choice of the Democra-
tic "high command," but was
"dumped" at the last minute af-
ter President Truman interven-
ed, Rep. Adam Clayton Powell.
Jr. ID-NY) said today.
Powell. a Negro Congressman
and a member of the New York
delegation convention In Chica-
go, spoke at a citizens mass
meeting In Harlem held to or-
ganise a protest against the De-
mocratic Party's civil rights plat-
torm planks.
He also urged formation of a
committee to ask Gov. Adlal E.
Stevenson of Illinois to conduct
a "forthright civil right cam-
paign" In order to win the sup-
Sort of the Negro "who holds
his voting hands success or
defeat at the polls in November."
Powell said that on the open-
Ing day of the convention he
know a "compromise" civil rights
program would be adopted and
that a Southerner would be the
'voie presidential nominee.
In fact, te hr Istw of
Georfia d already. been
chosen by t ttr emmtt e."
he said.
"He was only dumped at the
last Minute because President
Ttanan, fi cOnftWe,.e posted
out that thb other presidential
candidates would be offended if
ofn e r their sa besr was sbect-.
pel 60"M ady ertidsed speak.
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lae ogresen-
We charged Rayburn basedd
iy triA at ht *command" to
s bwk I the convention
=x Who bAM over-
been put out" by




Sbeel barred
pg MSflf e Interest
that SiveAuon announce hn
diately tht ff elected. he tmid
name Averell Harriman Mae-
ary tate ase ftSe. Btea
KetMIver as Attorney Oeeral.
owen l cSeOPI Dr. Obhan-
slng Toblora .Phu Banche,
otb Negree, s W OW ir to
Sen. John Sparkman (Ahl.).
the Democfatic vice presidential
nominee. sl a "eharmning, warm. i
sweet Indvilual," but must be
liberated as "a slave of the
south." He said he had sent a
teleraMt to Soarkman demand-
tag to knew if he would try to
enforce the anti-filibuster plank
bnd actively' catnoaign for a fe-
Oeral .nPC and other civil rights.

Shoeshine Rov
Demos Cbollero
issuing Fwmn Home
A PanamanisfH hoeahdin bar
_4M reported missing by his fa-
"ter to Canal Zone police au-
MdorMt" today.
'The 13-year-old bov. Demas
SCaballero. was last seen Friday
afternoon .when he left his home
oa Pedro Obarrio Stmet hin Pan-
sia city.
At .the time of his d apaear-
Mae ite -a wesntige ohe-
wf -and sa ihaM.. The ySouth
i rtnft a of a VflMfa "
gMiy went ing off
I: in La 11o.
tiWate MU's f Mtalr told polloe
be had already. ohecem.
with Panama hospitals and to-
Ssee authorities without results.
1 Wagkl s U S w
NATCEIS, U *() -.- A
'enmessee wsaling horse tuVm-
VI late an abandoned 3S-foot-
P e- t OWn. Al attenltsa to as-
e09am w ta an answer.
fell pumped water from
ang9b fO nto the dry el0 W
mt o d Sh ed ne to p Bmrd
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(UP)-4AIt scattered showers
continued to spiasn across sun-

ksw ily (iChed

W Fund By Cops
MD AP8OLI, Minn., Aug. 4
(UP) -. pretty, 20-year-old
brunMett was abduteZd la her
thin, '1bbfthe'nthtgown early
today, an bMub found her in
the apartment of a former boy
rlmd nearly 12 hours later.
aele took bot to headquar-
ter for itn and refused
to =dI0cl- 1M _further dqtasls.
$TsM J,- ,li1 Cashmwn,
a j liped, and .unharm-
wMJea : fold her. Her
.iintJ oyTrd wa with her.
-. offered no resistance when
MoBee toak him into custody.
Earlier, he had broken down
eir door and carried her bodily
'rom the apartment in which
she lived with her sister, Marion.
the sister told police that the
man hurled himself against the
door. shapping the night chain,
when she told him that "Thelma
isn't home."
She Said he gave Thelma no
chance to don clothes but pick-
ed. het up and cantred her out
to bi car. SW wore only a
;hin. summer *lttrdown.
Both Thehna and her abduc-
or Were clothed whe found.
Pere *was noe Immediately ex-
lanftlon W where the girl pro-
dured street clothing.
Her sister said Thelma came
home from her job on the light
shift at the Minneapolis Honey-
well Regulator Co. and telephon-
ed her mother that she was
afraid of a man who had been
trying to "force his attentions"
n her.
The sister said she hqd dated
bhe man for more than a year,
but recently tried td break oft
her relationship.

scorched Dixie today, but dredth
damages spiraled towaitd S1
billion-dollar mark.
More scattered thundersho&w
ers have been forecast, but-l
rains are apparently too
and too late to save ms,.
the crops in seven Soutbe
states and parts of New.
The Federal governme*%,
foloutn t meeting of '
agricturt leaders here ft
week, b declared s f
ern staem and Maine
Masamebasetts disaster ar.
North Carolina officials an
that state also should be addl
to the list.
president Truman will be ak-
ed to release Snergency ftns
for the crisis, probably today .-r
tomorrow. .
The present disaster area we-
clamation only sets up govern-
meat loans for destitute farm,'
er while emergency funds could
be released for direct aid.
Crop damage In North Caro-
lina has passed the GO9,000,000
mark despite four days of rain.
During those four days the
damage estimate doubled.
Harry B. Caldwell, Nroth
Carolina Orange leader, said
he -has asked that the state also
be considered part of the disas-
ter area.
He said tobacco losses aloem
will run more than $100i,0o ,f0.
rotal wemeRaw hWae POP
ed ASwtM, pad IseVett
aent Offila, shave gtre
oa trying to meet the aSAVt's
#efine quo.
Chief concern of most farmers
now in only to save their, live-
stock, which face near-.tatra-
tion on sun-browned pasture-

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agriculture, Ed Jones, has Ur
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