The Panama American

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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:
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:
AA00010883:00398

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SFOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS J
SSALE-Mahogany do din- FOR SALE;- Bargain 1938 Pontiac
"' oehold Automobe FOR SALE
o O A lAgI condition. 198 T.A.T. M4i ta u OSR'S COTTAES, Ea
Sironer Phone 4-549. 31. Automobile Row. FOR SALE: olex 16mm camenwra Lnto Clara. Low retes. Ne !rwve-
PO- S--ALE:Frigidaire25-cycle, 5- FOR SALE: Cheap, '47 Mercury, with the best 3 lenses, used, in tiOn necessary.
fqt,o unit $65; wood desk perfect c onn. First $350. Tel- very good condition at $200. POR Gramlich Senao Clara Beach .
fil $10; clothes hamper. meol. phone Navy 3079. W. H. Robin- RAS. Plazo 5 do Mayo. Panoma. Electric rerigeration, gao
S blck with flaor $8.50; bed,.metal son. 2543-C, Cocoli. FOR SALE:-LGht plant, 2000-watt, Moderate rotes. Pho 6441 or
ncottor maotress pillow FOR SALE:-1952 Ford Tudor "6," 28-32 volts; -wheel trailer; type- 4-567. .
b0; table, s,.ll, o.co 4kENT
rs e --sll, woode, excellent Tel. Balboa 2-2189. rit r. House 2489- 7. Jon
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4 5 beRre 2 p.m. FOR SALE:- 1946 Mercury 4-door. FOR SALE:-Must leave Zone: High
SLE:-8 mahogany diningroom radio $350. Diablo 2-6358 after grade furniture for sale Immedi- h
l airs, mahogany dropleaf table. 4-00. ately. End table, lamps, buffet, FOR RENT;-Choat: 4Ik bedr llv
mo mangle ironer, rtition 'e-th-, 60-cle KenmoreeT ewr---t 4b
Sknicknock shelve. bob crib FOR SALE --'49 Oldsmobile converr,- dskc chairs 60-cyled Kenrotr orn diningro m, k
mattress. Phone 4-549 or 2- ble "76." very good condition. Callwosh machine nd n othe rage & large yard, .
firstt class items. See td appreciate. Street Nr 15, Telehon .
RCA rado 25-yc offer. Leaving for States. 83-4dn123. ebulhoutiop f .
1de8 Av_.__oo _6p- Navy 3434, 701-A. Loona. es Phone day 83-3258, after 6 uprn. during aScine dsp^ ofoejn,. SBSfl
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orkne crib wc/mrattress FOR SALE:-n o 1950 Olds 98." 5Sxet ld- FOR SALE:--Electric fan, 25-cycle; FOR RENT:--Cholet 13 IbedS 2 Pt
Ps tudio couch w/cover 20.: 2 lent condition. $875; 1950 Studc-d-
k he chr ; nl e arm choir baker Starlight with radio $600. Tel. desk chir; blinds Phone Cristobal bathrooms, m ad' ..roa, ga
5; d e livingroorn, diningroom, porch) InI e
SA :four-poster double bed w/ lCurundu72I vp o n mo .' .. .
mattr C u ADTED FOR SA Bell Vista. Mr. Mendikg, mnse 2- GEO F O INC.
N 4' mattress $35. Ft. Claytn WA T DFOR SALE 2260 or 51st Street N.34. C.OtI lA g .,e
V SALE: 25-cycle clock., auto- utos Re al Estate FOR RENT:--Vcation quarters: 3-*. ig li p,
:-25Reebedroom cottage, 18tht.m n.
Sic ironer. refrigerator, chest o1 a re OL 06 _OIO bedroom cottage, June 18Ph-Sept.' n.. .
i:. dners. youth beds, gate-leg ta- WE BUY FOR CASH:-1952 Chevro- FOR SALE -Lot on the Trans-lsth- 18th. Will rent to one faml or 2 S I
Ithbdg te- WEBUYFOR CASHr:-1952 Chevro- mian Highway at Cativa. Phone ou lJs without children. T 6-Nvlst NON ay is
_oor, sAtandard transmislou_ 111e. 3 Ra tSew reads Alr
pip, fu.,r choirs and other ,,.n. ,., 4door, so.dard ,ranm,.,oo, in 56.L, Colon. 430. House 159, "illimson Ave., Chio wel lw
; 25-3126. R-31w-F, us- ltN H s 15 st,,w
i 25-3126. R-3-F, Rou,- perfect condition. Garage Eliaos,'op- Gmboo, C.Z. nae socceseal
LE-'--Ch'st word- Woman Textile FOR RENT:--Voootion quorifai Co-rloul", kOllM, _411t ft]"-reades Ms."in
of:'drawers, ward-ofJJrTextile apopthat WJ~ar
,bed, coispr.ng mattress, din- POSW M a Offered O l ;. Phone. .,, --s n 0'-
04-- Apt 3. 1. ,,.Street, President.Began31 Britain
ny 048. Apt 3, l10th Street, WANTED:- Qualified aircraft radio P Sidntn FOR RENTt Gig i
piny."' '- a" '" a etn FOR RENTt,,1
SALE'-New French piano. Frigir ed to Manager, P"x 221, Pan
endeu Ave. Con, aftero6 pm ac App b letter, address: At$15 Per Week Aparemenm. story1
re. 3-piece hall set. Phone 375- a PPA NTION H n
WANTID.0-E9MANENT POSITION NEW YORK --(UP)-, Twenty TfurniOd aptmL, Jus twmodera Ila
Colon. WANTED, years ago Mrs.rElsie MurphyIf wtwa Harnetnotamnn cliinany, a
AVAILAILI' FOR EXPER ID years ago Mrs. Elsie Muhy took lbdrooned hot, almd _wowr, Tel-. ae l e-rse As" '
SALE:-Westinghouse refrigero- SICRITARYCOMP TNN IN usinesob for a week t eo. aP last two d Jflmp as mananag.
itms. Leavin ThurRy MU BI PANAMANIAN. She stayed with the same oem. FOR RENT:-2 and 4-roorm modern in. 1d .., n company o, W
SAnitem. Tel. n .42. APPLY IN, PERON AT ny and in October will celebrate apartments. Cona Ct ALHAMBRA WASINGTO, Si ( r
An n Te. ADADIL. CA .1Q P L fifth yar as its president. APARTMENTS, 10th Stree. Tle- It ion I 100 s e o tisf Mst nation'slt dor r tt
:-' 51 8-cu. fr. E. refri- PANAMA, AND ING PA'- Her income now amounts to smos phone 1386. Colon. t ItnO Rb1 tiefae lin t lTIo l.r t..
5180; Bendix automatic pnRT-TYP PHqOR-RAPH. $1,000 a week. OR RENT:- Frted opartmet rily eve test, uretokpie be I .
n. mac.. hine, u.sed.10.months o F nid apartment L o a sister, e. job. wrecked the e. to .reduce da o i"n mase f mrecte dith tosl
'machine, used 10 months, 'cuple without childrn. Tel-
50. Both 60-cycle. lBesto Mrs. Murphy, 48, s president of for a couple without children. Tel.- em British airship ay t m i Air d bomb a
De5cto, new tires. top shape, S. Stroock and Co., woolen mbnu- 3Ia-kr Am = -- i s..ae introduce a sbr u e officials di cs tow.
84-6101 or 84-6118. Kobbe fWANa cturers and an example of the FOR RENT:- Independent funmshed O m am deas ass wolwide technical All bcut t u Ie
L :- 6' dspot, 25-cycle work, of women of our time sa who have be two-bedroom apartment. Via Porrasn chlm, b mii y iding a the i atic re in crle
2 r come VIP's in the business worldY No. 46. year, if 4's s oci atiotahaove n em
4pcwcrmen once considered their own. FOR RENT:- Best looted furnisewt t t ot dis'tiit ooen&ilse. a 0 y2
l be 5 aftmer4 p. u undu The black-haired, blue-eyed Ms. apartment. Splendid for one or C twoH dlANN RE eAlt Ce nter atr9oa

M It ers gnd totally untrained in FOR RENT:-Three-dro W ounds wmc,, I attap
:a C a i s the ay of business. When she de. maid's room, three bathrooms. Cor7t 2


Sane c W oundst dager to tn tae i n FOR RENT:- ch et al S it, .b da
s erided to h a ve a career. She nor of 50th and 12th Streets, Sarg s ile
Voted possibilities in the woolen $75 deposit.' Avatiabi sinceJ"e
ye d to N York, and inveti Fra o $125 monthly., Must le LD ubs





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eCirdTe 1 -sEr rFOR RENT:-- Furnished partmentL. X1 1OI 'V 1 .t b l toI ibo T
SE-rtared. As Leaner 2 bedrooms, el evtor and very c MtoolA. madte a d tl" ai g i t to h oef
Si o Also one bedroom. No. 2, 47th SI ffers his e mel t oer ent
Sylvan Stroock, the head of the Also one bedroony. No. 2. 47th St., 1km ]ltilr B F I ovetlfme5. ..
GTON, May 31 (UP) mendations of either board. Pro- company, was impressed by Mrs. cover Federsco Iod, i*, .o,
a oritative source said to cedure cails for the general man- urphy's enthusiasm. He hired he FOR RENT:- Comfortale one bd- 'i B a laed Me, by Felix aS otter st
bat fh J. Robert Oppenhei- ager to make the final decision- ta nebulous job, "to learn the room apartment, suitable for cou9 e it t of Holt (Dutton) is a re-creation of orals. N. ....o ,
rity case will lavlast but his deci presumably could Ines. or small falIly Calle rl&n 40 s. W lit
ds "no matter bow t be overruled, or approved, by the Apply Tel. 2-145C, 8i30 a.mr AIo. wto.eta, century American rurallifi .. ai
five-man Atomic Energy Commis. a .2-4 .aWmly nostalgie as the smel. l saidKU 1- _
five-man Atom nergy Commis Mrs. Murphy did odd Jobs in the 1:30 a.m.T" 2 p.m.-4 p.m._' in a -eshl-turned earth or tha w. ,dd-to .'
i to be happy," son. mills and the sales rooms. Before FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apar tment Ti..5 w hay. It described a n's pos sibility O il



.la lo ols hous seen me_ r I she pwass ell ing. She went to independent, furnished. m, all W O Ar AU.s a. wa aatesMhay" wt described ma mon' sib xpty 0 lMiAMV .
Sppe nheimer, n al e be eschl at n ed t extiles eia No. 46, Sn rancisco. r RAU R. J just before the Mexi w and tlSav th
one--of the Coni drbeag haSsibe loJnghe ,ass tCe entoi ndens t frSh AL WORK I adJc on P h N o.notFrta nceislo. I Indust &



de o tes Ay fasn nd hobnobbed with Man. .of western Ken
War U, was u scientific and govemental i- hattan's enth Avenue garmentFOR RENT: Comnety finished a dt-Tarea d dlbyeBo In hisbung epad pI'





a taa i si o w, eu w ingR E ng b l" ea a s s t e2 5ek .
mithsl aer actcessd ooe-oferred could be ltena tion oufsciteo makers. Soontsodig e ot, cu i uts rincial figure InHm l e.p ft efl ao ealtos




St fer ct sfe o oeien- andplugging fleecy fabrics. FOR RENT -Unfurnished two-bo REUPHOST w tia -B Ca dwel. I in umIV l,
ia tists rodthe mtvenr- In met h for years Ms w Mumbyr was room apartment. Wo S Jaight by < TERHINM t g tobacco farmer with polit- grant ( or O in
I AEte Th e n .e c aheaneh- elected to the board of directors. Faderic. Boyd No. -i' aI5 ton s, who overcomes- the ,l et e; m :a '




S le an The new ase against Opea In 18 she wasmade execute planning Bn 3 sow s CLU ivorthasnobberyand ao.' a
N sichols fer hsecur- mew was initiated last summer viEe-presdent n ehare of sty i ENT: Fulshd apartment c nPow ne ams ays earned him. amo gi e t Ax ii,




it him shocked shortly a sfter Lewis L. Strauss s, one advertising and promotioH refrioero utiliti1, 512 ViA NM
stwo world, and also of the origial ARC member, of the women's wear division. In Belisarlo Porras, near Roosevelt TI r Ai fle S-e Ir Tel 2.41 dpidecia ve amo rya aicrdBan c wltj. .b 4.a,

A mo eye committee. Four years later treet No. 61. olumbi
G on Gray, hassbeen -1 andpplxp eral pro
S lCase ins ORp 10 Oppenheimer publicly e was named resident. FOR RENT: Futrnihe 0isT Hold Elections tpm" .
iW h f" H E ioCiome
his defense for d d and Strauss o p p o ed Today Mrs. Murphy is a rather with all utilities. Ve Esp asfarde
o wks. Actual Lear- shipment of radioactiveoresearch n mofhed e houseobeforeiJuanFac.hr Mna u
ed c to five weeks. ma.terialstaoNprway. InS ther- f. ntrialyannn, FO R N he ofWeant
*" womfnicusallynbakeoheragw om ateaski andRcharm-at ,averhMW
vwth arwind's upd- gain were anoppositer aides, a- oile, usually in black or gaay. -r i hperctptive earf "lsh
sere to thel gov When she's not pressed by work, 'oo11 111:2,9= fo she ski=" a a-m

on his security suspension, will be-soen s i her a inroom, complete nt. si re
sume seretork for the AE-Cof.tsre sort gaminorw ciharacters,""as
prJunesoin any Now Mrs. Murphy spends at least ano ll. '. m ll i
a final decision on one daysa week at the mills, and a FOR RENT:-Nicely Mv fhd lp's Mission hall' inUs.l*es log -dead frwu-]onrman e u ps muat "!!tuJe
willbe reached be- "gooddeal oftimeinher executive room; couple wlthami hel dren ,EhofthrMesK one ofhthedgreateventmiee a tf': 1
.* Sofice talking over mill problems, gentleman, kisthe in t Tole- ..-'1.O
o. the market, fashion trends, adver- phone 2-5265. "st tonight. h Maria Rem iW ols1e0-
ayclue tsing campaigns, and planning aon .-_-- -.. lbotr-I
nhtd "Ini the pAst 0 years, a lot of Ba LI ie Once W .- att" A i ble,.,
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1 ~ The Amernicau nicked Miss Len; and sent her !
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as ems Foiled 'Revot
established last year.e
was out of the rae In MIAMI, May $l (UP) The shil t. a Comn.uPla n pla
Malb ,whef he bit tha Mjland Hgral today quoted an "Th6y" know that the British Ca ador., -
all -. uulduntlfled source as aayin and Americans were after them ver the arms to ie n .1trat
showers surrendered to that the delay of a $10,000 000 and they had to move the arni. tU tiborina duas Were wlt.t .
'oUP at'e uar-perfect rac- Communist arw shipmentwhipmshipment from port to prt to th*et4nin -f trib '"
a r as the 2 fastest Guatemala filed a Red plot to try to hide It," he was quucd Basut he declared "ha e b viags the
Ia pace's histo lined assassin to Nicaraguan Presi- saying., j t ntcfled reluy in
c3Mh annual -miU dent .De Anastasio Somoza and table mimapInsWO cu at Cie In- wo-s w,
start a revolution in Central A- He aid a the first Stp in r.p 8to-
SJackmoOrath was the ,nerica... .... ,mant i-`
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we9pg0ted the spr&WllnZ The Herald said a "highly a-
about 5:30 a. 1horltatwte" souree who had hJUst
Sof the 15 rrived here frdm Central Amer-
tr d were In their lea reported the revolution fail-
-' tl ar ed to take place because of a
tract was'eleao 90 timetable tmdxp in the arms
bo. the soup -uP shipment.
dovn the aftmkhi
r the 2W00-lap chase for The paper quoted the infor-
rich"oeso mant, who asked -that -his name
sltghtlyovercat. not be revealed.,- s saying, "they"
M Ieredlock Unoato had a detailed plot wor ed-out
prthour out othe and there was whole series of
planned moves behind Uhe arms(P)
r bureau had said movement." aDi
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t I the race." Me credited British and Amer- news oa
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bvorsive :element. ln,
o fNamp othe m1*inlsters re-
ov h' Porte rested were not dis-
closed.
m ade Reiabte pces predicted ~y
o terda tadism ismlss and
A mputt- i n alo by govemap
h the' tr Bt eastern prop-
S*Bmt touw .i a of known
gb Coat ta -a prelude to ua'
It. wid l'W the part p
rde mMohammed Al)
p bout traitor to
r d1 Palt stan hsie
Iff Vukovr a li Hud" who fati-
1; awl eU' amp down On Commnu-
ryan wern, td labor unrest that
a SW(d k 400 person ns in May.
-"Of a.t B a nationwide, rate
*^ '" I 1i night. ihat ruleTy
Vy 'w a wvse elemenly
AW WWbO- are ed.
.The Tid tont Party re-
eB a moved I 's emergency
01 tion s iptopower over thei
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Anti- regatiw, DecismI

MONTREAT,. May 31 South are not bindifb hba
(UP)A decision d4 Southern ,1pltMd in the pat &
Prc terian leaders in favor of c"fO":4mace t est h
segregation throughout thelt ouflt PWiods ea
tion won approval of a-n ,Nwton 1&W atis
..tial Baptist spokesman to- w"wortg for I pu )
bee used b, a pt4t- b -a
Louie D. ltwto, of Atlanta, years of ri" a Me .
wh. own densadination is likely tle.
*to coataid 't question in St,. "I have a.
L this wee. said the Presby. or the Pres
efn action wa ode for all Bap- i. What they i
to "stu oflldy." interest and w y
n Gene l,'Assembly of the carehuy.i nl o
Pnu yterIan-CM=rch of the U. S. $ a sound
(SOthern) voted 36 to 169 Satur. Newton sa'L i
Institutions -) 7 Southern states action at the .igh
and the ift Columbia. vention.
Seek decios by the governing Another P
body for ,000. members in the Southwest
Slytadoptedea
st MMnister


k d His Son Astray
I
. "S J la y Is guilty of murder, dent, but they are, not of age.
Pl .- 'y vota tin Bezar Conn- Police aid all the youths had
S is glty for permittIng been drinklip beer the night of
f US of avYanI tope the sfavinl%
She declared. Yestrdq the Rev. Osborne
strongly condemned repeal ot
S preacher's 17-year-old son, the 1Bth Amendment and said


Sof r JaVega, SaP "
&. e..rry Wills, 13 ,"America Is drink and has ben
O bonds In the dew our boys and girls, aged 11

M ay 21 darl Th a e minister announced his
dedeaon to youth "to lead our
Sal- boy t of the muck and aire
L U'"qv Osborne is 46 years
old and the satheriof four chl-k
A- dren. oldest son. J. B., 24, Is
a .p M at missonary in Mexico.
Smlnlster blamed laxness
4 -t in schools for Incipient immor..
..altly said "no married boys
or grls should be allowed to re-
enat a oot and associate with
usamarried students."
me _blamed parents for
preCedent, declaring "What
among youth Is
.tre than what older
e been indulging in.."
his son, he ON
'Skve there's a younj
8Ma Antonio whose par-
Sg-ven half the a-
~wi le and I Iave our

other ~chl.ren.


This reat
people to a'
spirit of *
decision as
Newton p
twist Church
membership
was firat Ia
to admit N
seminaries


y0S3EN. Maina qlarisau
tUi.. 22-year-old Ta"koa
Iut d, kirl. waa chosen s
the 199 color girl at the US.
Naval Academy at Annapol*s,
I. She will rtn ovir June
P. Week activities.

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