The Panama American

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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:
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.

Record Information

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00098

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CONSTRUCTION-DAYS PEOPLE COULD
.'TELL THE COLONEL" ONCE A WEE
SSome time ago an inquiry was made at the public library
4 B walboa about tne author of a rhyme, "TOR the Colonel," that
Vus popular Inconstruction days.
No one seemed to k-ow the author, and I uniertook to find
Wooco., Florida, as follows,
"The tTeB the Colonela rhyme was written circa 1910 by a
lt-Tly and low character, well if not favorably own in those
s as John Baxter. This may hqve been aa a.as. I cannot
re or where Ittfrt appeared in p tt S lratten co-
lated bn the Isthmus, and It was p and quoted
color by various literary gents w vitd Panama toe
msaterlal for books or articles on the a ,,4Afong othwes
friend Bullard, I believe. (Alfred Edward, .t was it Albert
a copy of the ponm, becau5 I ti Ik It might be

-Long Time Stay.
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to olne2l G 1thaV plM nay of hIding aT
iE j sr.hdMa Oeach w&wl.)
TLL THE M 00>Om n
If you have any cause to kick or feel disposed to howl,
things ain't running Jut to suit, and taere's a chance to growl,
01u .have an ax to awnd or graft to shuffle through,
I wmt4t up t Colonel ., like al the others do h,
See Colonel Ooethals, tell Colonel Goethale,
It's the only right and prpei thing to do.
S... Just write a letter, or, even better,
Arrange a little Sunday Interview.
e ula an engineer and treated awful bad.
"Sat minutes overtime they w o .d .-poor defenseless lad,
SClasy sees the Colone, wi t i tt W eyes, and says.
cannot stand for thaia .ie aote Bt lay-over days."
Wa wr SMr. the 0.1t Mi l'.rcy Jones,
w.: faing a _paiw.ogu eore than bones;
I ass aur a _ge *lsla. wthat they sell
rotten. M"w lmeml."
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Sit ^ r a nei ghbors ina' flat, -
a
Mrs. Dobbs a dirty this and that.
and maybe both are right,

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In regard to Mrs. K. McL's article on the flytt 'SUPm on
e Zone, (Mail Box, Aug. 5), I have a few litt reSta to
We ae too well armed with soldiers carrying f they
"uaade up and down the Mirslores bridge to a6 es by
Fa11 e f st of light that have. been called saucers, i e-. you
'0 Aoather item that you fodiet 4o add to your i *observa-
wea that alt of these lightcame frn kthe e of th
| I went you ever noticed the searchlights on A
1ayin ) around the distant shores and on the UW.iigt
? All those searchlghts ae situated in the as etpyoi
I t think the Joke o san you friend and I wish you b U In try-
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Comment

By Victor Bfisel
WASHINGTON General El-
senhower Is set Jo launch an-
other Invasion this time to
Capture the votes of America's
iea,,M M taln Iembers, most
of whose leaders are feverishly
mobilizing their defense against
the newest threat to their 20-
year-old alliance, with the De-
moeratic Party.
Uepeted rh; nnt for
the labor chiefs I_ appeared
with the return oft n L. Lewis
to the Democras. .
tp by stp, t Republican
strategy has already been spel-
led out by the.bra&ntrusters en-
listed in Ike's campaign.
GOP labdr leaders from all
over the country have been
drafted to asdWt in tMh "Ope-
ration Oqyr JSeM* a tech-
nique designed to appeal to
the untonised Wottng men
and women over tm heads of
their Democratic national of-
ficers.
While extensive radio ind te-
levision time will be utilized,
the plans nqW being polished
will bring the Republican can-
didates directly to the factory
gates In sueh states as India-
na, Illinois, Masaehusetta, Con-
necicut. New. Jersey, upstate
New York, M Isst, West Vir-
ginia and Marylafd.
however, iBheahower in mut-
ti, like ElseRhwett in uniform,
is not deoetving himself about
the strength f the opposition.
One of his Mft fofmhdable foes
inside labor Ia t formerly for-
midable friend of the Republic-
ans the bWhy-browed behe-
moth, John L 'ls, -who last
week sneered at "the self-styled
political puritans behind I e."
Look for Ihwis to throw bis
Miners' L1 ilon behind Pres. Tru-
man's choice, Adlil Stevenson,
When he takes the platform at
the United Mine Worka s o-
vention in Cincinnati n Octo-
ber.
Also aligned against Nte-
hower is 010 leader Phil Mur-
ray, who wAR swai b his euWM-
tive board to the Stevenaba
Sparkman ticket at Its f id-
August meeting in Washington.
At the same time, the Demo-
crats are counter-atta ok by
reaching into the = 'g
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a oil lad stry offiCeals C ._vernmen and industry of-
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h in lsa, Oklahoma., ne slump was world wide.
S'hcy believed the situation
a.rlied by Mrs. Murray will Improve this fall wnen
6or B. Irizarry, editor of wini.,- coal shipments crease
SIntqramerleano, S but added that they do not
SI pan sh oil Industry expect the industry to climb
Governor Murray back to post-Korean boom le-
ty Pan American World vel.
Clipper from San In New York, shipping in-
SPuerto Rico, to Caracas, duscy representative sala the
-Il, yesterday ending a slump Is the worst since Just
l-ay visit with Puerto Ri-. cfo. the outbreak of the Ko-
l' Odernor Luis Muftiz Ms- :ean war in June, 1950. One
broker said a ship can be
S .rto .... O chartered for a trans-Atlantlc
S rou te to P uerto RIco,' round-trip for $34,000 now,
r vdsted Cuba as am compare with $75,000 a year
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ustry how in Tlsa MA A national shipping author-
SIusl.,. .wity officials *id private ship-
I'rom Caracas. Governor Ping operatorsare "just about
x y is visiting Trinidad, oreak.ng even" now but will
Mcao. Aruba, Venezuela, begin tO take loaes soon.
mnca and Guatemala be- For the pst two year-a. Con-
te returning to the United 1ress has out foreign aid ap-
te b way of New Orleans propriatlona. Administration of-
uzt he0 Governor will flcials A this has acted to
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S ... nations from buying American
t Slump; goods.
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4. 7 (UP) nations have boosted their
SHidustry is own productflB, particularly Of
Id-w-vitdfl1induced coal and gria which require
ecks ,u. foreign large amoitt of shipping
sed produe- space. This eas cut down the
dollar needs fot itporttng American
.a government products aSd using American
."ld shipping.
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.Of shio tendency to increase U.S. tar-
tp ,ch lfae, g new barriers to:
uIMn P" of foreign goods. The
fis f objet t latims this po.
t "this oe a g to continue the dol-
dmAUi that nor- lar shortage abroad and Pre-
lal.l" sident Truman has ordered an
Jacques mramhall Jr., man- Investigation.
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_m__[ _- _hit private shippers, the Unit-
ed States is getting out of the
Sl tibP industry as rapidly as possi-
U ble.
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|, hostilities in Korea, the gov
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FOR SALE

S SALE :--Complete assortment of
parts; harps, three way sock-
finals. steel pipe. EUREKA, S
S133 Central Ave. Just around
r "J" St. Open until 9 p. m.
SSALE:--One Underwood type-
i'er, 14 inch carriage, very good
itlon. $90.00. Duran, Tel. 2-

ALE: PNkinesa puppies
from Colombia. End of Via
as nSan Francisco). House No.
rtment 6.
E-26 feet launch (Mine
Sste ef o, ta t.dL.throp
ii p, er Engine. Call Pan-
2-293O
-chr parts busines -
," art eatoblishnfbrft well
d thmughout the Repub-
anrd also obreid. Juan 8. Sosa
No.6, Tel. 2-2269.
LUE:-)-n met German Shop-
5 months old. Phone Al-
boak 5200.
'M SALE:.--Ohe wooden Rompone
Z flat clarinet. Excellent condition.
; Wsltonabie. After 4 p. m. 752-C,
.,4lbee Road. Ialboo.
n :SALE.--?we L C. Smith, one
*Underwood, Royal typewriters,.
: ,id repoair. A..by British Legation.



frima t age 1)
Accounting Office. Las
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l'Comrly ddedl that the
ws 'surplus.' The GAO's
e report deelares
Govern et agencies w.'re
f iorna;Tll t when the
declared the property
Sor muplue to its mNed.'


at thb ana Canal's
Igton fe. There ware
a8i. cm Difeaser aSxth,
itl was made to 3. C.
t and Co.. dt 'Y TudrkE
those IOd, &Itam ov *
quarter 'oft lf dol-
fslr ttwhn:'i* Biet neix-t
or, was.4 &IMS '.3a' tfn
aos Q aWl'B book valua-
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,,tb and six days
wEe .accepted, It
Cruce to the Con-
a Rnter-6merican Cor.
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SIrCIAL LIt ONII!
FROM PANAMA .MEXICO
one way $85, round trip $135 I
day-Imit). $160, (food one year
to LOW ANSWL, one way, $14
15, round trip $252.35, 90 da
limit) Panama Dispatch, Srvice, o
polite Ancon bus ise, Tel. Panar
2-1655.
UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA.
SPANISH GLASSES FOR AMERICAN
Classes in Beginners Spanish I
American students will start this S
turday, August 9th, promptly ot
30 A. M. and every Saturday their
after for 16 weeks. Registration t
$10.00 for entire course. Credit w
be -given students fulfilling admi
sibn requirements.
We have decided to run one or t'
more tours through the
Panama Cned San Bles Islen
aboard
Twin Screw Diesel Cruiser "Pescadorn
Tour sponsored by Hotel EL PANANM
From Balboa: $50.00 From Colo
$40 00. Only Through Canal $10.0
Now is the time to load up on ci
lor film, shoot the picture of yo
life, spear a fish, see primitive sug
cane mill, Indian sailboats again
green jungle background, coon
palm Islands with sandy beaxhes. V
sit Inhabited Indian Islands. Swir
ming, sailbeoting in a "hollow log
Portobelo: See M6 4dart, Cathern
Treasury House, sttle at "ble
Christ."
And of course. 54 miles of Pa
ama Canal from one end to the othi
Leaving BalbOa, ,illr 17, Fridi
August 15. Arriving Colon, Strangi
Club 2:30 p. m. Leave Strangi
Club 9.30 p. m., arrive San Bias do
light. Return Sunday, August I
latIs =fiemon.
ahone a"Jungle Jim" 3-1660. H
tel EI Panama
o or
Seafe your Travel Agent.


FOR SALE


FC" SALE---lecod-chongae..Jqi
.aces, outomtlic, J.0
each, for 25 cycle optfn.
Mueblerlo Coas Sporton, 223 Cen-
tral. (next 1o Emcmo TheMderl.
Tel. 2-1081.
FOR SALE,--We hove just a few
25 cycle Thor, clothes washer con-
ventional and spinddter types. MU e-
blerie Case Sparton, 223 Centraf
(next to Enconto Theater), Ter.
2-1081.
FQ SALE: Livingroom suite;
bed; refrigerator; Misc.
1 ". 0775-H, Williomson Place.

t SALE:-Bamboo livingroom set
dinette breakfast set and other ar-
titles. Bargain prices, leaving
country. House 1552-A, Govilan
Road.
FOR SALE:-Servel Refrigerator, 25
cycles. BUgialn price. Information,
S Pru Avenue No. 24. Tel. 3-1311.
FOR SA&---1950 Phlilco refigerva r
, u, t.,. 60 cycle. Phone Ciftb-

2 Fd Wt- l :-Bendix washing moa-
chine luffetiatic, Spind, 25 cgle.
rceHelnt condition. Pho Cris-
b. tl-1 4411.
fbt WW-. wf L4eonard aR w
i cyleh, i cu. ft;.. d
6 mr fhs. $250. Beylix washing
mahiret, 00 cycle, bo down type
$9S. V. 86-4260, 7 a. m. 1:
30 P: m.,
FOR SAMI--Diningroorn set. mahe.
V g'ny, C fw, one, Sendi w ahing
machine in wpfect condition. Tele-
S phona. "4741. Panemi.
iOR SALE:-FrlutiiW thIee hM othe
old $200.00. Aibrook Qtrs. 224-
B. Phone 86.4145, 60 cycle, 8 cu.
It.
OR SAL.E:.--id, prings. mattress,
chest of drawers, .table, chairs, buf-
fet. $45.00. 0778-M. Williamson
Place, 5:00 9800, phone 2-3095.
6tR SALE--Cadspt fvoraw 60
cycle, new condition. 5443
K, Dieblo Heights.
FOR SALE;-t0 Piece Philipine Rat-
ton lvinmiam. st. Call 2-3990,
after 4:30 0.m.
FOR SALE:-Bendux autoWmtic weph-
ing machine, De Luxe medal, in
excellent condition. $125.00. Celi
Army 87-2183.
FOR SALE-Neweet model Kebinamr
1 refrigerator, lookle liw w Al
house 8068 1l0m1isII t aiIta k
So te sew. Conm.


Silmmo'" r 0 bet' yolh4
stroaller. Phone 5, l.
FOB SALE.-Norge "
cycle,o 10 C u. *4L. d- 4


FOR SALE

Service Paftean w4 Civerim
Govermt Emtewa e
Iml nft
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Ne. & wowwr"
Phone 3-em017
PFOR SALE:-1 9 4d 'Victoria"
V-8, radio, nw white SW, 14,-
000 mili,. Ip.le nrw, $1,900.00.
Phone off ,it 3-15T3.
FOR SALE:--Coflloc Sedan 1941 R
& H, very clean aid good condi-
tion. 2173-A frundu. Tel. 83-
5176.
FOR SALE:---Metrri Minor convert-
ible, purchase December 19;1.
Phone CriMtobal 2329, house
8175 Margarita.
FOR SALE:-Ply.uth 1949 Special
De Luxe Club Coupe motor, trans-
mission, differential assembly,
a n d miscellaneous accessories.
Phone Coco Solo 8498.
FO'R SALE: 1950 Buick Super.
black, Whife Walls, radio, Dyna-
flow. Like,.nW. $1,950. Cristobal
3-2870.

WANTED

WANTEb: Quitentmaster steel
chest of drawers. Call Cristobol 3-
1464.
WANTED TO RENT: Chalet In
Benlla Vista or Golf Heights two
or three bedrooms aroabe and
garden. Furnished 9r uifurnished.
Call telephone 2-0710 mornings
only.
Single North American gentleman
. with responsible position desires
small furnished apartrnit with
modern conveniences In blood resi-
dential district, preferably Bello
Vista. Call 2-0556 from 8:00 a.
m. to 5:Q0 p. m.


WANTED TO BSUY:z*dt* i male
Dachshund pup. Phone Cristobal
3-2365. Box 2622 Cristobol.


WANTED: Male or -emar ex-
perienced secretary who can take
Spanish and English dictation. No
need to apply unless person has
had at least three years experl-
ance. SMOOT Y PAREO.S. S. A.


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Gramlich = Yenta Clara beach.
cottages. ftf*ric Ice boxes .g a'
stoves, mweriate rates. Telephoro
6-441 G.k1fbt .
PHILLIPS U lS o We Cottages. The
only court itlSann 'Cloto with or
Oceanview from al cottages. Stepl
to beech, Rgik Gas, refrigeration
barbeca and'shuffle board. Pan-
sma 3-1877, Margarita 3-1673
Box No. 45 SAWbo..


Casino Santo re. Dance music
Cosine Aces. No reservations i
NS ceseary. Saturday and Sunday.
for
S FOR RENT


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sTwo l e' room furnished olid i.
- unfumrrn aprtments; private w L W
two closed 4gadem. 8061, 10th Streat" L
New Cule ld. Telephone Colon VE
dh 1386.

; FORENT

0. FOR Rt'NJT:-Modern duplex. Three
o- btefW ms. two boths. El Cbngre- I. ,;-
ur je. $125.00. Information: No. 34, U> .L .8
oar 9th St.
nst FOR RENT: Concrete bungalows, A a l' l
nut ,w andM three bedrooms. Very gled
V- neighborhood, hot water instala- 1'ee SI N &fl '.
tion, Iron bars. Apply house 810
.F SonnyT O-W sttos. 5-041.
el1 .. .. Ce.


FRI RENT:,- :'note No. 19, 4
St., Vista del Mar, two large bed-
rooms. $125 monthly. inspectionn
of premises. 1 to 3. Car Lopeira
3-2622.

FOR RENT"

FOR RENTT.-fuwished k *i*hi
bath, for rdebponible geao i or
lady. Tel. 2-3535. .?; L
FOR RENT-leom to bachelor. Rea-
sonable. Francisco Fls N. 30.
Vista Hermoa. 4

FOR SALE


FOP':S0 i -- 2 houses 704 end
70t4 W, located at 4th Sb, Me-
lendbz Ave. Also 95 hectareo of
land. For further informneen
S-pf-126241, Cul61f
OR SM :--Soda Shop and GrIt on
Routp 250 near Waynesboro. tir-
gin iaJ-iailutfrul Shenandoah Vol-
le. Completely furnished with We-
c aku tlnfl quarters upstairs.a r eW
lot 'with 'two street entrance; oft
tor fl1linr station or several guest
cottages. Wonderful opportunity for
refifid s ple who don't woat be
"*driveL Cost over $20,000
eqlnimat 2 years ag. .lllrhs*llor-
cesslelair $15,500, $5,000-&wn

Seven foi ranch type modern-Nhme
*tm'i.'*a30 in heart of Grge
Wadiigtlre Forest near Staultmn,
Viqrgtnio-j are 'on. both Sd af
highwayAt.m m through puropeit.
rMnll esuMmr cottage to rear, mil
and bus rvice, electricity and
bhone. Completely insulated year-
'Uithd tene. Suitable for tavern or
tea room If outside income de-
sired.-No.timilar competition with-
in miles. B pictures and further
iiarttsittn` jone 4-402.


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