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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: AA00010883:00361
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king the British RCA's Ames Brothers, remem.
d.t bar, not so hi ago, when they
of the aund apeared In suit wit patches oq
ige of my Now they each sport, among
," Nat writes, other wardrobe items, lye tuxe-
eact Jast like our dos. That's what's called singing
over here are for your soup and fish.
o take over. The 4 1


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through a pmOW
o in '42. when
te to get pOpu.


"A week of Nat in Scotland and
the clans will be wearing zoot

o bn RCA i ssinger Al Wal.,
i. fst record, "No Love Will
d eL" was written by three
i Broadastng System em.
, w w p Larry Dorn, en-
' ~ supervisor Gene Clark
S -eineer Mac Benoit.
L t an engeer's song be
la fd 0n te slide rule?
Through the id cooperation of
S. A Simitmns. the baseball play-
* tuecd *inger, we will consider
sh matter. of gh finances in the
Taft 0 Simans, which is a
leastt., at that. She re-
cords records. Her
h st "Bla'int Bans.
Rosin.


A. retired' company. like Colum-'
bi,, ehargesan artist, Ske Lu Ann.
for eah record session. The
artist must pay for the orchestra,
the arrangteent, the' time, the
whok business. It runs somewhere
around I$10 a session-two sldes
"I don't actually have to hand
ever that money, Lu Ann says.
-It's earned on the books, and de-
dluCted from my royalties. Some
alangos go for years without mak-
ing any money-if their royalties
do't cover the' coat of their se"a
ioas. eSoemete one big record
eomes along and the company
beg all the money to collect for
mclrV fees the artist owes."
'he artist.does get a flat sum
,for,, each recording, of course.
Th'IA usually somewhere around
gO O each side. But it's only
e big sat itl, the N selling
record wHo make. the.bla money.
About Lu Ann and baseball-it
Aeem the diamond that are her
JIatfriends are baseball diamonds.
Wail going to throw out the first
i this season in her home town.
Roehboter, N. Y. And she's look.
A fnewnard t a seed year tcach.


DICK'S PICKS: Vocal groups to
the fore-the Gaylords. "Isle of
Caprf" (Mercury); the Four Lads,
"Oh. That'll Be Joyful" (Colum
bia): the Four Knights. "I Was
Meant for You" (Capitol); the Hi-
Los, "They Didn't Believe Me"
(Trend). Also good "Until Yester.
day" (Tony Bennett, Columbia);
"Three Coinh in the Fountain"
(Marti Stevens, MGM): "Don't
Worry About Me" (Frank Sinatra,
Capitol); "Jole John" (Felicia
Sanders Columbia); "Dance My
Heart" (Ray Anthony, Capitol).
TV Toppers
BOB HOPP (NBC-TV): A fel-
low stopped me on the street
and asked me for a nickel for
a cup of coffee. I gave it to him
and then followed him.

In the alburr field. Capitol's
Classics in Jazz series has some
real gone stuff by Duke Ellington
Billy Butterfield knd Benny Good-
man, plus a jam session led by
Eddle Condon, Also jazzy is Co.
lumbia's "When the Saints Go
Marching In" with the exciting
Turk Murphy outfit. Clef gets into
the jazz act with good new albums
featuring Count Basie's Big Band,
the Roy Eldridge Quintet and the
Lionel Hampton QuarteL
Angel, on the classes, has is-
sued a polished reproduction' of


Suites 1 and 2. and Alborada del
Gracloso. played by France's Or.
chestre National de la Radjodif-
fusion; two of the greatest of Bee.
thoven's "deaf period," the ona-
tas No. 2 in C-Midor and 'No. 3 in
G-ajor, come from Columbia
with Robert Casadesus at the pi-
ash and Zino Frbncescati on the
violin.

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Womian'i Cl wi be held Apil-
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M I. Boney, SA Curndp
we.Mtui. I. M. Ruppel wl
eco-hostess. '
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Canal, e all recorded on those
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Membrsanre urged to bring
pro e mashers m ,s ,ueta.
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The Al S 'arire wni saor
a benefit easi par fr Eastern
Star membersand heir est on
A 29il a8 at the be.S. iC Lena
-as, 0o57 Oleander Place Bal-
boa. Play will begini.at 1:00 p.m.
and light refreilments wiil be s-erv.
ed during the afternoon. Admis-
sion is 25 cents.
wetre Dame aCM Weeds -
The t tre Dame CIdb' f Pana-
ma will celebrate Universal Notre
Dame Nig4ht with a banquet din.
ner at the Union Club i Panama
City on Monday at 7:301p.m.
All Notre Dame Clubsrouho
the world meet on this date to re.
new friendships and to .welcome
in former Notre'Pame students
Into the local club.
Any former Notre Dame stu-
dents wishing to attend are asked
to contact Leo J. Krsa ,
for reservations.
meesrt At USOJWB Memday
Sanuel Fustter, piant.will be
d in concert @ V80
rmed oes Service Cn-
ter, La BoCa Road, Balboa, Mon-
day at 8:15 p.m.
General admission Is $1.00, sto-
dents fifty cents and military per
Sonnel will be admitted free of

Toes Tuesday
Members of the Inter-American
Woman's Club wil meet on Tues-
day at 9:00 a.m. atthe Club's
Headquarters in Ancon to make a
tour of several Canal Zone rei-
es and o ti Canal Zone
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ever sae the rturnm o t-- *l- of the diagonal sides. Make a
fashioned kirl with lbit Ooped plain -hem across the straight
Scanners Ial- edge. Trim with ball fringe on
e non. Bat would the diagonal edges.
ts, thab t the girls -are fe tig Use a standard pattern for the
a change of hart oqIn op te- loves and decorate the backs
ton., at least, and wrists with the design you
.These days it'e not uminpl at created for the diagonal edges
aB to hear that thu girt who Of the stole. Beam gloves and
"1eant even sew on a butm" Is trim with fringe.
undertaking to mak saine o To .enabla.the sewer to make
her own clothes. Women afm Mally distinctive trimmings, one
covering that's on&r: d manufacturer of Aewings ma-
aeactly what they without Lines recently Imported a port-
laying a small fIf.It. able machine from 8 itzerland
And actually., thB4ii girl that features double needle
need not be an expert seamstress stitching.
order to make some of. the This ame machine isalso said
simpler things in her wardrobe. t produce a stitch that stretch-
The new sewing maehne have es with the fabric, maktng it as-
taken virtually all of the gues- peclally good for such garments
work out of swing. as gloves and bathing suits or
Accessories are a goo sewing for any fabric with some g
choice for the girl wh lacks such Jersey.
time or patience to atta big
projects. toles, acarve, rugs,
hats-and c ,mme ands
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PLAN TO ATTEND CHURCH TmIS SUNDAY
ATTM. I

FIRST BAPTIST CUCH
.. BABOA MRGM C. -t. 7
(Int below the Admnlntratla RadMingd )
9:30 a.m.-BIBLE SCHOOL
.(ow. for all Mas)
1lt45-a.m.-"Makiqg Agreements With God" '
6:30 p.m.-B.T.U.--Trahinlg in Christian Living
7:301 p.m.-"Rebellion or Willing Sacrifice"

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EVERYONE WELCOME NURSERIES PROVIDED


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;610icws and thh ladies.
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were Mr. sd Mrs. Ma coldmpam-
bees, Worthy Maero and Patron
of Royal Palmr No. .min
Rud-A pal Mrs. Mari appropsh Mria
Gimays Chnley, Massu s Nee-
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rggy Worthy Mars ad PaBilow,
Missof Royracel Pali Irs Grace
CaRudg Mrs. Maxine DM n. Mrs.
Virgnlia Starke Mrs. Rlobert Nee-
ly, Mrs. Aure;a HadaritdU. Mr.
Miss Mart Orr and Clarence
Priest of Orchid Cbapter No. 1 of
Balboa, Mrs. Nellree Smith and
Whitman Garrett of Coral Chap-
ter No. 3 of Gatun, Mr. and Mrs.
James Kennedy of Orehid Chapter,
Mrs. Dorothy MasingIll and Mrs.
Loray Wray.
Mrs. Jones left by plane to re-
turn to her home in Waterbury,
Conn., after a busy visit to the
Isthmus.
Monthly Luncheon
At Cowo Solo
The Coco Solo. Of*iers' Wives
Club held their monthly luncheon
meeting at the Officers Club with
Mrs. Lee McCabe. Mrs. Irene
Goodman and Mrs. Rita Gorn as
hostesses.
The tables were centered with
baskets filled with flowers, and
the placecards were miniature
hats.,
A hat contest wa played and
Mrs. Jean Coffey and Mrs. Helen
Adler won prizes for having the
funniest hats; Mrs. Marjprie Mer-
edith and Mrs. Norma Thorn had
the most original; Mrs. Frances
Scott and Mrs. Daisy Sanders had
the prettiest.
Mrs. Virginia Feder presided at
the meeting and welcomed the fol-
lowing mewladias to t. lab,.Mrs.
Alma Glassr, Mrs. uth Htmt

Dorot-yHereor Mrs. Ro a..
ry Cp and Mrs. MareRla Mfil.
Dancing Tonight
There will be dancing at Hott
Was ngton tonight, with musadn
by. Lam's Orchestra.
Mrs. MeRe Rostess
The Wdsday Club held Its
business a~ntA cial meeting at the
hoet t4 Mrs. Geog Carlson of
Gdeo .
Mrs. vid Kaplan presided at
.be business meeting, after which
treeshments were setvd by the


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"blessing in disguise" a
signal to you to take action
and do something about ob-
taining lovelier, natural.
looking new haircolor! So
relax and let Rqux take
over! For Roux Oil Sham-
poQ Tint treatments conceal
every visible strand of dull
or gray hair, give sparkling
highlights and lustre, addi
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that changes your worry to
delight!
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Mrs. James Fate, Ms. J
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Vernon Shoemaker, M a. t
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oe Wednesday at the Ipre of
Anita, Cdetrn m Colon with
ingMrs. Jamember, playing:
Teresa Lows. Mrs Harriet
Verle. Mrs. Britta Macy,
Lilea Canamasu and Mrs.
CroweD.
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Sn' ttres 25.00;
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g, .nesr'and chrome din-
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3t5.00 2 floor 35amps
Ic foot Servel electric
separate freeze'
0M n srnrtrles ) 325.00,.



no afternoon and
ne1t week. House 109-A,
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NI .ALE :j-.25. cycle Westinghouse
eiflrrOtOr fre sezpar compartment,
aw-month guarantee; Quartermas-
t.e II ad., Call Navy 34500.

SAL:---Gos range, four burners,
60. n an be seernoon anbe-
S 0nd p.m. NHouse. 18 09ivAe-
l 9. 3. 40h St.. Belli Vista.
A 3, DOWLER.









SALE:-- Ocuble bed complete.
roag. ,,Livingr0m set. All rpieces
cChiete, piecl $50







p Col 8L k 3-7 219.
SALE:-25 "RCA" radio console
I' r-pee phonogrcomphartmen good
n. ALMAN, S.A:. Via Es-
oa 1, Tel. 3-0383.
S newth guarantee; Quartermos-;
rpfrigerar; Philidp 7-tube
igy t Wl desk. Call Navy 3458.











f'2 mirrOP-dor wardrobes; to-
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FOR SALE

FOR SALE--'49 Ford 4-dpr edon.
G6 x"cllx t cor.don. Call
WFOR SAL 90 Fwd VI 2-doar
sedmn, in s.tllet running condi-
tlnn. Call -1378 evenings, Hose
8204.B, Marsmtae.


FOR SALLE-1950 Ford Tuder Cu-
tom, good condition, extr-. 13-
5171 or 2174 8thCuru .


FOR SALE;-1950 Buick w/s/w ties,
puncturs-proof tubes, a rtea
motor. Can be seen at importado-
re Selectm." TeJ. 2.1483.
FOR SALE:-1951 udebakerd sky-
ferk blue, 2-domdant $00. Will
consider offer. Whittington, 2174-
A, Curundu, Tel. Curundu 6115.
FORSALV:-1951 Chrvrolet 4-door
=edon, good condition, Powerglide,
free entry. Must sell. Phone 2-
1727 627, Ancon Blvd.
FOR SALE:-1950 luick Super four-
door, six-ply tires, radio. Free en-
trl 1925-$500 down, b lance 10
months. Tel. Panama 2-0856.
LEAVING:-Must sell 1952 Ford-6
Customline, perfect $1195-$550
can be financed. Call 85-3175
during working hours or see at
2036-H, Curundu.


FOR SALE: Leaving May 1. 1952.
Ford V8 4-door, black $1100.
House 834-B, Balboa. Tel. Balboa
3050. 4


FOR. SALE:-'51 Chevrolet two-door
deluxe with Powergllde. Excellent
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eTll'ug JHN

PIANO TE
Tuning, Veld'
and
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THE AMERICAN
Teqduft 75- *t
to atel dit cib
quets. C! a -82.


R SALE
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Since it is :dlli t ends
meet qn d
doe, ^T AmT
ymeu.aN T bhave prrangd
for your onMniee your. bt.in-
ing oll nees p rel.
Ceatrel Avelms .. 1 CM-
tal Avenow N *. 2 PName.


Bids will be receive In the office odF
the Supply Directon, Balboa Heights,
or General Manager, Commissary DiV-
iliol, Mount kope, Canal Zone, until
3 00 p.m., Monday May 24, 1954,
when they will be opened in public,
for furnishing 3,973,000 pounds of
Fine Granulated Sugar. Forms of prb-
poMal, with full particulars, may be
obtained in the office of the Supply
Director, Balboa Heights, or of the
General Manager, Commissary Divi-
sion, .Mont Hope, Canal ZoneW.


conaiion.rFort Amador 24-A, Tel.
onom9. rr ^moo ^, FOR SALE:-Chev- t Pick-up truck.
2 --3-. venetion blinds, electric cldks, bi-
FOR SALE:-1946 Plymouth 4-door, cycle, golf clubs, under-house fur-
overhauled 5350.00. Good condi- nature, lattice, accordion. Huse
tion. House 5758-B. Diablo. 174, Gamboa. 6-324.
FOR SALE:-1947 Kaiser, good con- FOR SALE:- 16-mm. movie editing
edition, owner leaving C.Z. $315. machine. with 2000-ft. rewinds and
Phone Balboo 2-2728 or Albrook automatic splicer: New custom sun-
7292. visor for Ford or Mercury. Low
FOR SALE: 1950 Ford Pick- up prices for quick sale. Phone Bal-
truck, good condition. House 13-9, boo 2-3069.
2nd St., Coco Sollto. FOR SALE:-2 showcases 12' & .18'
--" long. Very cheap. Panama Auto.
WAI J S.A.., Ave. Josh Fco. doe I Om
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broo lk. 204*9
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3t condition
m,4274 Al.


FOR SALE FORSALE-Indian Scout r Kbike,
F SAL Mo reconditionqd. Con be licensed in
& ,Zone by 16-yea-old Makeffer.
73-A, New Cristobol,. PhIse 3-
'MXE:-21-ft. sloop Nb. 236, 2 2897,.
ii.S k Ice box. etc. Call Albroo'"r. .-_. ri. .
--IL& .9 Id -h fOtSIE:-,'


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..-"igi. '.Liceased. fi
one operator.
4 -n CTbin cruiser
- *eW d'and ci
for svean pooaeng
Stor. Call 82-2208i
82-3285. P..O
Spaso
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or larger
96.


FOR SALE:-'52 Ptymouth sedan de
juxe, $1400; Wbstirghouse refrl-
ilrator 8/-ft., porcelain Inside &
out, $100; bineculOrs ('x50A and
c. onyigo rond npw.M HoueM
22 Marorti .t3-1365, i-
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:A...:,"Collins" 32-V-2 ami.
'.r tn .'itter, *ith "Turner"
dynamic microphone, and O 10-meter
Srotary beam. All ike new. HAL-
MAN. S.A., Via Espata No. 1,/Tel.
3-0383.


~R SALE;--''Bell & Howell" 16,
mm. projector, Irt excellent condi-
tion. HALMAN, A.A., Via Espoftl
No. 1. Tel. 3.0383.,
FOR MSALE:-1952 Ford 4-door sedodh


S - w% W, rn-@r i ex Fodomaticl; misc.. electrici
_ _r--_-- cellkent ,uadifI $1IS cosh. Sunday I refrigeration compressor.
ru p 11-3) M-3, '1"1 thru Friday RR 1. propelled. Bolbea-371
8-.. T- CR W1ke'Pon. SALE:- Leather-cove
.nSite JUSt ARRIlMVs.Tl feme e H.S.U. flier -Spinet piano w/brn
nf. -. nmeters- l 100 es;; Ms., 0766 Williamson Place
' V.bottom cob- 20 ek c 500 e), POgCHL 1589.
.-hk, Elgin out-j CO., .T1.. AlpMyt leed NO. a csh-,s.u. n----
occeWssor end a te t o LItekeI IC LE:. -=.achs hudp
Spetenht pend- 1-1t months old. Male $50, fe.
S posapsenge G pJ2 Gambo' Fire Station.
On 16' V-bet- T & FOU ND poIti Off
fie Li& ineS LOST Ld puplenf of Aoin S l .
irs and one Post S1-y h. Bockk WANTED:-Avldtlon compI
1. Bert M. Jeffers hit le months t *mploy SecretarySteno
. BSoome. eo. TL Olbo ,.. Culppper oa sh and Enolish; goo
----- EIre ekic Ir salary for well tained
FOR k E good personal appearance
NALS T detailed account of qua
'" q nd Include photograph,
o;m..e .... e r__. SAE- ,i .^ todo 1572. Panama.
Balboe. FOR SALE:-A arin a faWANTED:-Clerk-stenogrol
landst PuebloNuev main road. h
TOED J 4h 3TL.f-4991,4 r .,nowleo E ng ls,
E D_ !b IMUbeugooddpeoller, Bt
S IViIdlaUi- r "otapply. Columbia Pict
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TeloCne A n terDAV P W US EI
------- At n O of officers . II ri
.he t.n he wasl Aton rll M R Frll
aM Ithis week, -. 0. Valentine was
*C.,hfe r No. 1, rk To M
I *m* bMbled American veterans.
Other offlers Inatalled for the SAN FRANCSCO.
coming ear were Carey Wald- UP Swlal 8. e
pMIaiuC nidt, elor vice commander-; thur H. Dean, wo W
0. Whlttltou. junior vice com- an the Koranunjrit
mslder' A. M: Parker, adjutant; tU i n at Pn munjom
ar u3 rl"l ; R imuaj.[.J* w~t
X Sovi.e ra" The nats made, edV back to KolM&-
it worN has rJ. BunchR the oleson- Dule .to arrive in To
S. hiat-WSt 1atthe newo irs, ani g ten am. JpwU time. Butni
iwise will sunmai rt the complUsh- he would leave Ti
m .at or Vastret or. n-*ia_ forK w ea f r
IPrOWentign Of a Pa-t Cam I JVrtS 0thatth 3outU
RNagRr mands r I A "Was'made to Mr. ag.nsRo
diel 5 usc a 1ew omn tote mar ast ath
t h!_.e Si- Ilo r fig'.gf@o' +lwa
'" wes .m'use tot Mem-." S toa-- wffl .no
1d first -up fourthof A Sw t itmmaa o b t ilpm.a l
P0 fohk 4t the VBk ==m e -M'wer eWens though t
i bej Suprene av10111mo rf'lto! i thush-biush abc
p Tueeday. aUthe UG vetm in The envoy waled out.
.ads.. .4 e to- ewasl arblmunist neroa sat I
San returnd e to th


of- I Director ed the
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FOR R Nt:-Cholet: 4 p liv.
1 nl0lm, diningronm, kfwn. p
S &t. yard. $13,
during office hours. Cartaker-be-
side bullying in construttin.


FOR RENT: To reponst portyi
chlet: 2 bedrooms, pwor & din.
Inroom, mold's room & 2 ervie
garage big fenced-in latm. Re"
for Cuponcy after April 11. Can
be senhous No. 22, I5th Start,
San Francisco.
FOR RENT:-Small 2-bedroom a t
tog .fumished. 45th St. k 32,
from Ist of May.
FOR RSNT--Fumished in G.(
tun from May 21t to. 5 6th
Con 5-360.

FOR RENT

AlIAMRA MAUM
21H-room modern qprtmnts. Tile
floors, cedir closts. Furnished and
unfurnished. Consult office 6061p
10tr Street, phorn 1:I Col6n.
ATTmNT L. Just bullt moden
f.uw10 OVA( ,r (le amt tl-


OR RENT.-P-Funrlsdbeautiful iae-
bedroom apartment, ga-stlev, m .
frigerator. Overlooking SAS c
msrya on Via elo sari Pr I
(1an Fmrncicol. TIl. 3.5024. .


FO RENT:-- 3-badroom pe
livingrom. dinlngro6m, hot wqter,
14th Street,. Houe 117, PaltIg.
FOR RENT:- 'Furnmihd and unur-
nished one and two-bedroom apart.
mit. CAll 3-4911 offic'hours &
3-emG68oftr : -
r RENT;- 2-b m p% nt.
-For Infortn ihS tg tre 6.
FOR RENT:-Furumnisd apartment In-
fellg rero and all utilitkw
5. Loc 41atU. ILV. Via i asorie
Roosevlt Theater.
FOR RENT- 2-droom furnished
epartment on TWl Av No. 6.
Telo 2-0170, Pnamna.
FOR RENT f-Vaeation qurre, My
20'thru Apugs 3 bedrooms. 2
bathrooms, Id-for 2 oelesM. Coa
Balboa 2815 .. ,
FOR REr.-T E VUib, irge 2.
bedr qo.mr caplekty furnished
apotment. Cll Panama 3.0816
FOR RENT:-Coae well furnished 1-
bedroom apartment $130. Attirc-
tiv neighborhood. 43rd & Mexico
Ave. No. 64. Tel. Blbnoo 3060.


FOR RENT:- I Bella Vsto, inde-
pendent moe opoartmnt, conm-
pletely furnished. 3 bedrooms, 2
bathrooms, hot woter, Ivingroom,
dinngroom, kitchen, mold's room,
$165. No. 17, 47th Street, left.
F9R RENT:-Two-bedroon7-2 both.
room apartment, mold's room. go-
rage. Ei Congrejo. Call 2-3486 of-
fice hours. Sunday 2-3525.


FOR RENT :-Smoa opartmdnt, com-
pletely furnished S50. North Amer-
ican neighbors. 5l transportation.]
Tel. 3-0471.
FOR RENT:-Aportment. 13th Street
No. 17. San Francisco. Inquire 5:30
to 9:00 p.m. Mrs. Poplar.
FOR RENT:-AII furwnihd two-bed-
room opartment' lt water if de-
sired. Cool. onq, and-a beautiful
view. Good nelogrhepd. Tele-
phone 3-1504.


FOR RENT:-41-lospepctad furnish-
ed apartment, l A evniances. toc-
ing AnconO. Ao. 5, 4th of July
Avenue. Tel.. Z5133.


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day ArgStae seeks foreign in-
vestm to help boost the capa-
city of her Industry.
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m-jo, lpiammed out 20-*fe blows g t ..
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getting a homer and four singles for youth Is Io
I ht at bat. Tony -De roo a
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em l .. Therookie catcher Charlit White hit hoidasa defslba -
ae collected 20 htl a Milwaukee homer but it was weight Cha01p2n:
time n a a e wasted when St..Louls tied the Marco who d
k. Ernie sn score. Johnny Logan and rooklethe bufoon .
h ker and the old Hank Aaron hit earlier Mllwau. In tl$ hea
specialist Ralph Kiner' ke homers. Ray Jablonski hom- that MaRday bout we. T -
UsP In the rout. ered earlier for St. Louis. my Jacksaonr and JJim a
the senators will be for the New or SUate
runs in the se- heavyweight canplOnxp Tbe
to defeat Boston, .1_St_1 Al 8tate Commisslon ge t okay
r enabled Wua- ..rlCKet Yews this morni _
Bna tie with De- TWO rules have been
pace in the Amer- welvet r Itv s a title bout.


a Tomrge Kel SATUMa oAnother beeI It -I
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I'on tasw A. Coombva (Wandererers) 21.3 Jtiy 0le- n0 an rc '
Smarato ong (Wanderers) 28.4 .Another ut -
ShF. t a homer and.ter iM f (ilr) causer Walls will fight reddien pot
.duble andon Atherly (SIMorland) 22.5 Bpshore next month ad Valdes

U battle LEADING Bow ES. may figh .. y' _elur
Swhe Jake A. Hewitt (WanSurrey) 1 .3 wicket on May 2
arUed home the for 71 runs (4.4). 4 n ry
stolen three bass for 76 runs (4.4). a 3*33*
me on the bs(W- 0. Small CSderer 20 wcket for be-
triple steal. 108 runs (5.4)s
SCar- N. Perch (acMeliord) 23 wick-. T n TO W5m
SAtery (ver City) 25.5 at St. et for 140 runs (6.2). f h |le
Spinach ter mi A. Critlow (Surrey) 23 wick-s iy is Stake
a based home the s for 145 runs (4.4).
s th--reeL~L ITor76runs4.. .ON, Kentuey. AprI
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t e Car M. Prch eWednesday rode "Goyamo" to
14 nstt.eStakes at Kensland. Te Bfor 140 runs (.lue2).
Ses-oa-efor14ru 0as is a traditional prep race
Ifor the Kentucky Derbntuy Ap
Wedyamno around the "oy1 turn to
vtory In th e$ss,000 Blue nd rIn
was at Keenehird. "Blace Metal"
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