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:
AA00010883:00412

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Thursday, Saturday 8:15 p.m.


Golden Gate Quartet, The Jumping Jeaks, Norman louder
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Rates quoted on request Telephone 2-306 Panama
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FOR SALE
Household
OR SALE:--9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
a lrlgwftor, all porcelain, 25 cycle
uioranteed unit with outomotic
defroster, $85.00.-130-B Pedro
Migaul. T. 4.563.
I SALE:-Siner console sewing
machine $175.00; Electrolux
cleaner $50.00; Norge 8 cu. ft.
deep frez 5250 00; Bendix De-
Slux fully outonitic washer 5180.-;
Bndii dryer $180.00. Misc.
itim -Qua ry Heights 82-3270.
i SALE -.-GJ, leaving, everything
must ge, oI like new Crosley re-
friger, Tppon gas stove, Sim-
Sna-nC; npinig mattress. Ratton
d, in, tab lb with chairs, many
.'atohetr 'cellent items. -C ell Ppn-
'ine 35632._ ...
4.-One anger sewing ma-
.. in perfect condition $65.00.
1th Street Lefevre Park No. I.
7 SALE:-25 %cl- 6' Coldspot.
Sm:aIndlto, $35.00 Phone
.t' 2.6558.
.,taenyols model radio
; *aHe-gpeed record changer:
' wWr settee and two chairs; fout
. c iWtof chairs; ping-pong table;
moathin pair of bedspreads and
S drapes.-H4ouse 0965 Bamboo St..
, off Aredqr Rood. Balboa. Phone

; FOR SALI:-50 cu. t. refrigerator.
T m.dbd ondilton.-Sgt. Miller 86-
2442. Puty hours.
SiQR AUlt' Automatic 3-speed
S- "cord c, 25 cycle, excellent
.dltiSn t.00. Mhogony din-
S .oom Pltoble $20.00o 215-A
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-Ford 1939 Convertible.
radio, new tires, runs perfectly.
Must seit lcheap.-Telphore 2-
2722. Balboa.
FOR SALE--1951 Cadilloc 4-door
Fleetwood. New tires. low mileaog.
radio, heater.- Quarry Heights
82-3270.
FOR SALE:-51 Kaiser Delux, Auto-
matic Trans. wi/, radio, many
extras $775.00.--48 Stud. Com.
4-dr, O D. and radio $450.00.-
Tel. Cur. 83-7271. Must sell by
June 16th.
FOR SALE:-T949 Buick Super 4-
door, radio, excellent condition.
Thor washing machine. just recon-
ditioned $100.00--Albrook 4245.
FOR SALE:-1953 Plymouth Station
Wagon, like new. Six months old.
7000 miles, radio and white tires
Tel. 3-1713. East 29th St. No. 22..
FOR SALE -Hillman 4-door Sedan.
14,000 miles. excellent condition,
$650.00. Phone Navy 3 I 26-R31-
F Rousseau.
FOR SALE.-5-670 x 15 W/S/W
tires. Cheap-Coll Balboa 421)1.
FOR SALE -Automobile 1949 Chev-
rolet convertible. lmst offer. Ex-
cellent condition. Radio, heater,
ood tires and top.-82-3219 or
3-7145.
FOR SALE:-1953 Chevrolet 4-door
sedan Deluxe-undercolled, radio,
other eccesories. Excellent condi-
tion, B. 1.530.00-Coll 2-4291.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


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FOR SALE -Ocean-front furnished
two bedroom, large living room,
kitchen, large porch, breezeway.
Tile floors throughout. Tappan Gas
stove, Electrolux icebox, utility
house, car-port. Bearing fruit trees,
mangos, limes, oranges, bananas,
coconuts and large shade trees.
.Flower. lIown,.front. and,, bok,
Water and lights. SEA CLIFF
ACRE'S, one mile this side Of San-;
to Clqra, near Post Office and
*Telaeimne.-See Anderson.
OR A -Lor o.n Trans
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Loot n.Uubanloo El C i
90 m s 4,20 x n,o,
El Ponama. '
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far the jucil. a orers. The
expedition .wa u nrl the direc-
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MISCELLANEOUS


VWIT BTHI SAN "AS SLANgg a
June I 8-W-20.-The' trip of yoar
life aboard Il Panama's Pcadoradlt
A three day Jungle Jim Jaunt thr
the Poname Canal to Colon, Son
Blio, and Porte Belo! Leave B0-
booa Friday 6 o.mn., arrive Colon
2:30 p.m., leave Colon 9:90 p.m
for colorful San Blos and historic
Porto Bello, returning Colon Sun-
day afternoon. Thru Cnal
6 a.m., returning to Bolboe.
catered by El Panamo. Bring slacks,
shorts, bathing suit, jacket, ftlpper
and spears for underwater flishinL
your camera and color film. For
information phone Mr. DiScaal,
Panama 3-1660.
RETIREMENT homes. St. Peters-
burg, Fie., the Sunshine City.
$57,00. Splendid values In In-
come property. Write Troy
Hayes, associated with A. F. White
195 9th St. No. Tel. 7-q344.

FOR SALE
MHieltaaonus


FOR SALE: Quality developing-
printing of amateur film in our
own laboratory. Foto Halcon, 6-
cross Hotel El Panaomoa
FOR SALE:-82 acres, form & cattle
land, 60 miles from ferry $4,000.-
Phone 3-2934 Cristobal.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS TYPEWRITERS FOR SAUt
Sealed bids, for opening in public.
will be received until 10:30 A. M..
June 22, 1954. in the offlee of
Superintendent of Storeh6usie Bal-
boa, for Underwootd ,ypwrlters
tocoted in Building No. 28, In-
dustrial Division Area, Belbbo. In-
vitation No. 90 may be obtained
from the office of Superintendent
of Storehouses, telephon 2-1815.

Help Wanted
WANTED:-Experienced woman to
take -care of a baby. Sleep in.-
Ancon Storehouse across Ancan
Post Office.


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by GAYNOR MAADOX



WB~ttralh- two 0Bfie
B. 'A fii of ,our
wit. bo. f -e Italin herit-
etaught us bow to make them.


Veal SeIplul
(smervpns)
0 ne and one-half pounds veal
steak, cut -inch tck; 1 teaspoon
salt, 1 teaspoon paprika, cup
salad oil, % cup lemon juice, 1
clove garlic, 1 teaspoon prepared
mustard, teaspoon nutmeg, %
teaspoon sugar, A cup flour, 'A
cup shortaing, 1 medium onion,
sliced thin; 1 green pepper, cut in
.trips; I can (10-ounce) chicken
boulo, % pound mushrooms, 1
tablespoon butter .or margarine,
6 pimiento olives, sliced.


Cut veal Into serving pieces.
Mke auce by combining at,
paprika J, o ilen juice, garue,
mustard, nutmeg and sugar. Beat
well, or shake In bottle to combine
thoroughly.


Lay veal flat in baking pan.
Pour sauce over veal. Turn pieces
of veal to cost with svuce. Let
stand 15 minutes. Remove garlic.
Lift veal from sauce. Dip into
flour.
Brown well in heated shortening
In skillet. Add onion and green
pepper. Cbmrnsl chicken bouillon
with remakiin sauce and pour
over veaL. Cover and cook slowly
until veal Is tender, about 40 min-


Clean &ad rlie e*mushroomi.
Brown fWlv An butter or maw.
uU u i s up and olives
F 'e-l. Ai;.AWt dip sauce over
bL Oook s, minutes more.
= 0v ve aW nuee poured over

VeaI N S Ik a Olve Sace

One pound veal steak, cut M-
inch thick; % cup flour, 2 table-
spoons fat, 2 tablespoons flour,
.alt teaspoon papri ,
S4,gemwn sugar,'1 ta-
mU. hi lemon j ice, tablespoon


Sprinkle % cup flour over both
sides of veal steak. Brown steak
well in hot fat in a skillet. Remove U
meet from pn. Add 2 tablespoons
flout and r until smooth. Then I
add salt, patrika. brown sugar,
lemne jice, onon and water. 9


Whr ip Mak e return meat .to
skillst,w ; and simmer in saaee
un til ted, bhout S minutes. Add
dvee sd soek 5 minutes longer.
Srve te sa'eak on a hot platter.
Poar sauce over steak. Garnish
with v. .

Wli selaxaMle.
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FOR RENT

FOR R*NT:-Fumlshed Qhalet, 3
bedroom, 3 bathroom, meld rXm.
-amd service, gorage,' Isn iprivs
ind.s Via Porros Noa 54%.
AniMte Comimseato Joly*; ptly Tr6t
*ain premises between I and 3 ind
after 7 p.m. Tel. No. 2-0120
r P 9. Rentol $200.00 m. th,.


FOl AENT-Fumled Chlet 3 b
rOom, $150.00 7th Avenue, a
4lock from 50th Street.--Cdll :Pa-.
arma 3-4871 or 3-2958.
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom ond 'idm
room Chalet. 7th St, ,h.h e 34,
next to Golf, Son Franclicoar-CalI
2-2407 from 12 to I p.m. and
from 6 to 8 p.m.
FOR RENT:--Chalet, two bedroom,
Wirl Cordon, darage, cppololyf
frnmshed.-No.- 10, 18thSI.t, S6h
Francisco.
UOR RENT:- Blutfuit. 4ioew
would prefer American pfally, -
Phone 2-3035, Pronomn -


FOR RENT: Concrete bueulew
three bedrooms, three seein-r pat-
lor. diningroom, big cloed perch.
kitchen, maid's room, wash uesaom
ra ge, hot water sconnections,
135.00. Sonny Boy, Seba 810.
Telephone 3-3041.
FOR RENT:-Chalet. at MiglMt An-
1.l Paredes Street No. 2"9-hone
3-2810.
FOR RENT:--At "El .Congrej", nd
floor. 3 bedroom, living room, ,lv-
Ingroom. hot woter, i om
and garagi.-Phone; 2-146.


FOR RENT
Apen met


FOR RENT-u shed2 0deped-
ant bedroom apartment.-Vi F-
rms, San Francisco de II Celeta,
No. 44. "
FOR R .T;- Two bodrw a-Iwt-

A4t.'9, Poe 2-1227" P-32.
FOR REANT- -.SmentU *ll
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- b4rd St. -va.


FOR RENT; -Fun*S' wevsjsmb
Gelober Office, Jerenmo
Oa. St. No .
FOa REN'-,umrldu*d aporbmtfs
liv!ngioom, bedomn, r kamc.nl W
bath.. $60.00. Aso t
sportmoht komr:ds U l,, i,
kitchen and beah $100D000ki Stt
able for two ouple-No. 63, d
of July Ave., Hok.
FOR RENT:-TwB bedroom aS.t.
meant. Hot water, stove, rf
tor.-Cormr Cuba Ave V IP.
Apt. 9, Tel. 2-1227 er-3-33t


FOR RENT. ..O.bdEroom a
mernt just finished, No. 8 .
Son Frandso.-Tebephone 3-V


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Position Offered


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SHigh Winning Gear



0 1. 411 dW&a" a 025n o s. .n ,elde %a .edg ,
I vans were thlkag more n o the Na.onI League bUS%
Ue wEBoth taws efo rearms, 11"M e tk
t double head victories on Snday w
veoi n and lost three and the OGiants had a 10-3
ilaids and both a= settle dw" fer na e.
eil h e Western s they oded rt sb

nilm .tUqld. 4-0. at Cin- IlineurINI nursing a brOea
a opwr yesterday, toe. Te blow In the sixth
out a triumph on gave Eddle Lopst the la
of re-trun homer for s seventh victory. 6
uba and Gilt age made four runsea 1-tn
pounded out 17 first Inning for VirgUi Tiane
victory in the who hreeued to a aine-hft
rOutml6- OilUm; shutowt, his ninth win of the
sd pube Walker year. Nellie Fox hit a homer
4pOm at one. Oillam and two singles.
i Reese getting four Vie. Power's two-run single in
gwond the ninth gave Philadelphia its
S wound u on a victory in the opener in which
nte at Chicago. Alex Kellner pitched a sixhit-I
ga with the score teo-for his third win. Elmer Va-I
thy exploded for lo hit a three-run triple in thel
ib th lning for first Inning of the second game
.tt M w -the sec-and Lou Limmer later contri-
WUVUAHI' second buted a homer for winni-r
4tie fn what hurler Arnold Portocarrero w
the rn. The work with only one day of reat.

and toy the nightcap.
e second gSameI. Bob Turley won his sixth game
Mon his first game for altimore afnd his mates
*Jlth relief help f bamickd him up with a 14.hit atr-
Melm. Mueller pounded tack In the opener but Porter-
more hits as did Han fleld silenced the Orioles In the
mand WUBams in the n'hbcap.
niult .on three hurlers. Leity Harvey Haddix became
he. Amnqrican League, the first 10-game winner in the
Geus' took a .ame ano-- majors this season with his see-
e with 4-1 ond straight three-hit shutout
'aBoston while In the St. Louis opener and inI
: iRD ndivided8 the. second game home runj
nning 8-0 leader Stan Muslal blasted st
iO 0i-- arM1n, O 210 with a man on base for the
Bo' ti -run homi- airing margin in the eighth
irpd Washing- aft Preston Ward had tied the
4- when Bob seo at -all with a homer for
i t thm out with Pittburgh.
's won two from Andy Palko and Del ada
a D ~S for a four- hit homer ain Olwlue's
tntmre their long- triumph in which Warren .5ahn
uSt I .nvder National coasted to his seventh victory.
at, fS. Louis twice -
brS 6-0 and 5-3
NUkae ubbed Phil-
i .h- yfl -ESTERDAY'S STAR
ury pitoed his soy- arvey Raddix of the Car-
I'* T for the Indians In f nhl, who itched his second
I out seven. straight three-hit shutt, S-0
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OR ROMANTIC
SPECTACLE i
Reek Hudsoe
Piper Laurie
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"THE
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MONEYED MAN BillyDDell
was signed by the Baltimord
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ning 8 while losing 3 fop'Clem-
son, the southpaw had an
earned run taerage of 0.4 the
past lle. season. (N=A)


Panama Announcers

Whip Colon Radio

Softballers 15-5 -
The Pankma radio atSoune-
era softball team yesterday
afternoon walloped the Colon
radimoen's 1ten 1-4 st the
Colon Stadiau a ae that
was part of -the tles of
yesterday's eelebfbtiol of ra-
diomen's day. *
The uWinn "lher, was
Tomas Alberto The los-
er was Jose a a
Only one riMper was
clouated duag. a -sitest.
"Billy" IoetoWait t .e Pan-
ama 'ms lm d 0t"ealomer
and earnedd Valn. Sesen
shirt for his faot;
The linescore:
Panama 3 12 0 0--15 7 4
Colon 2 1 2 0 0- 5 4 7


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Naval Station, Gibr

Tangle For Atlanti<


Loop First Place 1
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STANDINGS on the
Atlantic Basketball League establigab ,
W L Pet Atlantic M
Naval Station 2 0 1.000 Gibraltar tiw
Gibraltar Life 2 0 1.000 c.haiasn o
Fasron 1 1 .00 both
Powells 1 1 .500 1 i o ef
V.P.-45 02 .000 of
Albrook Stars 0 2 .000 AMolt t
FRIDAY NIGHT'S RESULTS cage f s
Gibraltar 74, sron 8 hand to h.
Naval Station 40, V.P.-45 22 Albrook,
MONDAY NIGHT'S GAMES two parts
Gibraltar Life vs. Naval Station battle in
V.P.-45 vs. Albrook Skta of tM n
A full house of Atlatnle Bas- expect
ketball League fans were wit- in future
nesses to two key battles in the The box '.4
early stages of the loop and the
two leading contenders for the GI AB 1
'54 pennant, Naval Station and .. ; G
Gibraltar Life came out victori-, Gibson. HNo -6
ous and tied for ftit place ati Gibson, Bb& 8
the end of the night's activities Hooper ,- .
Gibraltar Life, still riding theriTaylo 8
crest of their extra period WinrBlkkbb.n 8
over V.P.-45 on, WednesdayI Manning- 0
night, made it two in a row In .
the opening game with a 74 to 8
62 win over Fasron. But the vs. 1 31a
score actually belles the battle. Grafylo 11.
that the Insurance-men had to' Campbell ;
stage to overcome the Fasron MoNulty
quintet. Cari
Bob Gibson, well on his w0y a a
to dethroning brother Noel from Currie .
his monopoly on the league's -
scoring honors, tallied 21 for the ,
winners, while team-mates Louis -
Hooper and Bill Blackburn aided
the cause with 16. ..-4
Garafaylo made a gallant Of- DBeundgo 0
fort to put Pasron back into the Andrioulo 6
win column, scoring 24 points in Oliver 4
their losing effort. Iseo ,0
Naval Station, twIce-cham- Huber 8
plons in the Atlantic cae loop -
started their drive for cham-
pionship No. 4 and moved into
a first place tie with Glbratr vs. NAVAL STA
by downing V.P.-4O by a narrow Ift 0a
40 to 32 count. a
Jerry Steler and Jerry all 0
ared h scoring hon for 2
he win with 18 i 1 2
points each while AnIdiml l ..- 9
{allied a dosen for V.P.-4B d er
Gibraltar Meets Naval St4tli "; O.
M.day night t frt .:'


Taems W L Pet.
Fort Kobbe 2 0 1.000
Coco solo 1 1 1:000 R ed Cross Cl
Army Atlantic 1 1 .500
Fort Clayton 1 1 .500 --
Albrook AFB 1 1 .500
Navy Pacific 0 1 .000 The Cocoeha Stable's speedy
Special Troops 0 2 .000 cheanut I r 1 s h thorou
-- Millstone yesterday afternoon
raced to a posetto-Wost victory
The two undefeated teams in in the $2,000 added sevea fr-
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Basketball League are favored afternoon at the Juan FWmco
to keep their records clean when race track.
they see action Tuesday evening Jockey Jose Bravo took no
against teams that have yet to chances and got Millstone off to
win a game. a good sart this time, f1tV4
him to the front and quay
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first two contest, meet Navy Pa- then set an even pace until te
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nasium at 7;30 Tuesday evening, driven to. maintain a two-pad-
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wins over Special Troops and Al- the fast closing Sugarplum.
brook AFB previously, while Na- The latter. broke on top butL
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Clayton in their only game thusI rate ais topweighted mount off
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Coco Solo, winner of their sole! Millston wide lead to two-
game over Army Atlantic, will and-one-Bat lengths but her
be on their home court Tues- heavy impost told in the drive
day night when they face Spe- to wire and she could gain no
clal Troops, who are twice de- mtr.
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C1CB- quarter. i race, hit -bis
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