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:
AA00010883:00543

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Olestsun the Canal 2t nev ew hat t are wide- be assumed capable of producing ,. a s Il. I
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ak of any remedy or of any objectionable measures, force as that reported for one of .
ore ll. disregard the oonu and,. recommendations of our 154 Pacific tests!" That "
7 objective urvey Whi l compiled. To do so rweans 10 to 16 megatons-or from /
aid._ 6 aby. nal g to. be realized from the three to five times the si ze of
seeding rule. Conseq o grievance, lest it should buiaus wnichi would endanger au
courage the red ea8 .a sanceso rant no request workers, and families within an WASMINGOT A-iAS. U. 5.
st is reasonable bemoioM rmoet eelalnly be followed by eight mile area 'of the center or Army has c oe m with n Ets
other -that, Is un a t. Take. aImur 'ltifrmation on- ealcsgo. .. diis--S boe t -cut
Sconditions In the o n from tad GoWor or memes o fa lThat-in thmse aars. badiscovehr abo tuanOut
I Board. Believe you hear trodt 41e ordinary Zonla 2 The point now is, we can't stop in Jdale schools
n ean safely pme tha ch complaints are invented and, the Russians from Improving their Wh the ptudnts began their
omoted by a feW union q1repentalyve. whom It you could bombs, we can at least make plan wco ..-^ ore all given aa pe.
tch and silence all would be quiet. Hold Armly to this at- against a sudden attack. ciasoof .1i teSt to det*
,de end abide byth In a nd. you can count on Naturally these plans depend on rme- would show the
tuo wj, ttrl n, which, afer t, amount of warning t1me our ine~ omtieadnshop Ah
ohat YOUwh ae rkrs get. Thi..s means.n the USF Iralg ceae rn order to
S-T. L D. 1954. aference between warning Yel- cut down the number of students.
Note-The author wishes to point out tOat, in his opinion, EW"-t4e first alarm and "Warn- This was ne mby tighteningdins.
resemblance between the above rules and what actually ing Red -we're being hit. The ex. cipline. Te toighness of tehi
*0 in the Zone as pures coincidental. The rules are primart- rar**s blleve that by July 1, 1955. course cause v number of stu.
fr the guidance of the bureauoratl and the lawmakers In our radar screen and aerial de- rn tO drop oqt voluntarily
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unt anyway. Old Ben Franklin used the salpe approach _Secretary of Deftnse Charles t the alt who had been fors
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OR ..SALE
Real Eetae
POR SALE .-'-Iulldlng formerly ou-
pied by Cof6 Duljr roasting plant.
Avenido "A" No. 86. Excellent lo-
cation for Industrial plapt or store.
Phone 2-2226._
FOR SALE: Two bed tom chalet.
maid's room with bath, double ga-
rage,'spacious guest room. Immed'-
ate delivery, 43rd Street Nd. 42.
$22.500. Phone 3-44Z3.

FO SALE.


AUTO, .A.. .* A :
awe de le Ossa.
5aw9%3 Morris MEier 4-
n with radio. Excellent


FOR AL6A*^.9t 3 Vax It3.om 4iar
sedoeh. Mle, t e.leat I a
LodewBe, milnej *
ne M Call SIIOT61Wr UNlCUTT
Col n. Phone 800..
SHF.E IS thot Buick convertible you
' hj\e been loo'-.ing for. Call Lewis,
ont Shore PotrJ Hdqtrs. Panama 2-
05CS, ALL EXTRAS._
0. SALE: 1948 Hudson 4-door,
.-sedan w.th radio., godd, condition,
.$275. Coill Gulick 697. .
FOR- SALE:-1948 Buick seden, good
' condition, $300. Second Street, Pe-
re'jll No. 15, Aparfrtiedt 1.
FOR SAUI :-1953 Buik.uper Riv-
Kra two- tone (red l wIs). w/s/w
f i, wire wheels, radio, t I n t ed
gjm 0.glass. House 562rA, Ancon
WBo laord. Come, look at. It, and
make e offer. Phone Balboa 2461.
OR SAE 'i.- 952 Dodge Kingsway
Curtom 4rdoor sedan, good tires.
leather urholtey,' xcelleht rrotor,
duty paid..Ph#ne B lbov 2461.


FOR SALE,
Household '
FOR SALE:-Dining room
condition. Phone 3-5284.
Avenue No. 64. San Frine
FOR SALE: Bedroorf set
rest,, Hig lboy; kitcK he
chairs easy chai; ven
and porch shades; I faon
(25 cycles); old Friglidlte
ing machine as is; m
work.. House 0823, Balbft a
2-4334.
LOOK AT THIS BARGAIN FOR SALE
OR EXCHANGE:- Bondix washing
machine, 60-cycle, porI aln tank.
Though not latest moel has been
wdl| cared for and ,til'.efble.
W accept gas orang* or; t.i"ti-
tor In exchange. Make yVOw f er.
Phone Panama 2-2856, bethqern 5
-and 7 p.m.
FOR SALE:- I wardrobe, 6 C
(dining), 2 buffets, 1 tabli (din,
ing large. Price $110. Houe No.
1424, Apt. "C," Car Stret" 'Ba-
boo. Candi Zone.
FOR SALE: Westrnghoi.s washing
machine aUtomatic. Perfect condi-
tion $195. Federico aoyd Avende
No 29.
MibCh1.LLANEOUS


DANCE MUSIC:--. Zez Bennett now
offers his versatile combo (3 to 5
pieces) specloUzing in home socials,
cociktails, birthdays, etc. Phone 2-
1282. .

FOK SALE

FOR SALE: Two bodies' bicycles,
Hose 5YI25, Apr. C. Dioble Hts.
15 to 7 p.m.)4
FOR SALE:-New Hampshire chicks.
25c. apiece, Phones 2-0295 and
3-4910. _
FOR SALE: The new automatic


... TROPIK-SHOWIR," complete ond
Installed, $19.50. Phone 2-\326,
1 Civll ml~ 'afJ Radio Colidonia, 126 Central Ave.
G 2,Giya'yourself a trbpieaotreat.
--- .-- Small native geldedv
Child five to ele-
...Bo "Balboo 2-2914
e. *l_-end ot Morris


IOegn Ie Sntt CloS4ra w fime.
Overlook ocean..,.surutaded by
phOde trs..... ga range E refri-
ptor... private stps 6 beach
l-min, walk). lBarblcue, ping-
Rong, badminton, archery, croquet,
pVting graen, e te.Navy 3812.
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9- 6 1 .m ,
fOl REN.T:-Fully furnished hquse, 3
Sbdroorns. 2 bothrodms, hot water,
all screened. Suitable for G.I. cou-
~es to shore. Apply 47th treet No.
17, upstairs. Phone 3-1551.


FO- iRENT:-Two-bedroom Chalet in


Bello Vista. Phone 2-2737.
FOR RNT
SApartmnMt
ATtINTION T I. Just ipe modem
hifmlabed oaprtmntg, orr two
bedroom, hot. cold, water. -Tel.
sphorse Ponam 39494A. t
ORENT:-Furnilhed* ,pfurmish-
"ed 2 & 4-bedroWm eportmen1s.
SCor tact Alhambra A iprtments,
10th Street. Phone 1 36, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Modern oprtment. very
' cool, screened, dinii oand livir)g
room, two bedr m,. farfpekigchqn,
and balconies. Jos di re~'Ave".
nue 22 (Posodena) foc Pan-
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"ILADELPHIA, Oct. 21- (UP) -.The new
of the Philadelphia Athletics, liptimetly
Alm.cpnI ague a proval of eir.pur. '
s team, faced faer frustravole today 111pe fat
titWt Arnold Johlson claimed they -0
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Judith Vas Hrn's Yankp lRnIrln ant"s halrl vs. Al-
won the chanwonship of the bright
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Nsfazia boxing corn-
W. einer said to-
",Cavltstm do. not de-
Bt of synpthy" on the
As~te to Johnny Sax-


p decaisn was all right,
said a rly to Kid
scI A e was the
a% .,Mde-phia deci-
Th ffic claim ware all
I think Ba1ton should
M gotten the decision. Gavi-
Sno cause for complaint."
.loer said neither Gavilan.
is0 m 1a9rer, =ng Lops,
B ded "an offtal eom--
Et h bhim over the deal-
oe Said he waited Iatoa
i when he enoM Ba.vi-
sdreasinl room after the
t, ut ea? *Sly remark
tbat ltt eelion was "er-

oldl im, _It,wasn't any
f tErrible than 'our fighter
"* Weine; sat "Then I
ed out."
41 know Oaw'ean is noto-
i for putting UP a 20 Secona
I, WeneramB ". ut last
t he didn't evef tight for 20
ds. Why onip yesterday I
Gavilln and Ltpes In my
Ice and I told them that the
Si8 in Pennsylvania were
Minutes each and I didn't
at a 20 second fight. Lopez
Wltsed me that his boy wa in
Mt shape and I had no wor-
*, that Gavilan would r lly
up a great fight.
.never saw a champion put
eight like that, though. He
4dhave put on a good fight
r all it had to be poutpon-
on his account and a
4.e ,deserves a decent
tener said aOsvila also
ge' Go mwI t about low
He s a co rn-
Vied mee to the referee
Baston had delivered a
h too low. The referee told
SM the)Mil-p idb hit the
em below the belt


cmthe oi addedii that
jBS ty "ny clos t and


ator, who Is on a pr
r visited nlglandt
id Germany, expecteto
the Soviet capital for


Edison's ectrit



Is 75 Years Old To
...rurof n to

If the lights In your home shine a' little brighter 9 t."p k.1 today
because they realize thatIvt's the birthdayy oftr.thher-0.1. ra0,
Etlon on
lacent electric lamp. From t 4 a descended a lohg.4F oLos
progeny until today more .than 0.000 types of filan e~- r m
are available. There wereac. lights as early as11 = a
started experimenting wt h~em in 1875, but soon ino b n to
that a successful home light would harp t o be minen f b. ofuoces ito
that is glow brightly it white het without consuming tple murder
trial. After long experimentation, he finally su ccert on trra~e for m arrestwr
October 21, 1879. at; his Merlo Park. N. J.. laboratory. T_.lm Were hA s June.
burned for 40 hour. Edison said: "If It, will burn 40 hours Aeqst Leech's
can make it burn 100." He did-and more. un, never been Issued
une, the filer on te Wed.
ear- oldase have been I-
died back and fr th be~hen
ofi labels h oubt the
adtlon could be carried t
legally once Germany r5Rlns Its
sovereignty.




IN A IIAL A


TEHERAN, Iran, Ot, m1 -
1tP)--Iran's lowe' House So Par-
ament today overwhelm En Ily
ratified an agreement that will
permit eight foreign mpales
put the nation'alln the
Depu tIs Malis

en a spat ei a eon
in when Mohammo. Mosa-_
doe tepremier, natonslited
thevast Agloadr ,n01i- Coin.

T agreement will become e
law after the Senate ratifies it
and itIsa gned by the Shah of
Iran.
Exactly one bnth ago t he
I This Itetb shows Edison (third from IithitJ isps the r se, government of 'Premier aFslollah
I esUflal ump as his Menlo Park. N. J., isboratory on Oct. 21, 1879. Zahoedi put the agreement before
the parliament in a confidence
b...hedat that time appeared
briefly 5bfdre the Maln to de-
scribe the agreement as a "key
that would settle al our difficul-
ties."
Zahedi had blamnied the 'confis-
cation of the Britishodingsby
Lth wiMossadegh, nod Imp
,wfor dliobey M t t W



11the cotr

mno o ooom in rev-
th net hrcml ea11
ran, agreed to pay Br.tain 170,-


orerati the long-dled
l fi0000,ma mket the0oilrev
Anglo-Iranian, the French Petio-
lopens Co. (e forag ni Francaise
des PetroleS: 5F, oyal Duotch ShoDl,
Standard Oil of Now Jersey,
Standard sil of California, the
Texas, Company, the Gulf 0 11
Cop'.," and !ocofy Vacuum.


a tunto the Mnited, o n
* tia Helsinki M Finland, 1n a jm egiuitw.
th. O r a AlBt out ef a

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crarhad Is a d .suit 4to


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RevNWS Yesterday
= Mad,,Duel" a
Wall M AS. Bi"eth .r
e.r o a i "b to By. ot v .Pa ison
of Lt. Od. O. Paxeon was re-
a tube. view L or at'a review held

.Lr, has.-Al oteadium the review with
.'," or of ci afffras, Sigurd Es-
ser, 4tent of*schoolk
.SCapt, ", ober Jr.. and
t Bird "has .tute(d of the Capt B. lake of the
of money pas collected ROT s Wadet Lt. Col
unsml n*nneransons un- Ch)I -heiarviw


hat her alia I de .SAl=ty.''
!wth ai e d arm m money l q1cted in whicn
o S ct,.d d a e of ,a .aius religi- year.t
.C the In- cadet
in 1946(if pri
r Bi' t .rdm W ho ie.. e ad. High
i o. 'The .ult. "No portion ot s expend- under
ird "emp numerous win- e for reliUf-of distressed .Cap
M agents... to go into va;ous i the sad,.adding Co4
owns and cities ad 4'oit. t=hat Bird solicited cand y at Cadet
unds. rstmas for poor children and picked
Mrs. Bird charged the aq tS reupon distributed it to as th
md Bird kept the money, nd chidren of his own relatives." ny d


200, Atlantic Fleet Si


Set Out On. Month-Lor


Bifj wI3M .r, ,a h Marine- f l are taking eozI
maim Lat ~ 4~ a~a.41 1~.- CalCO
SW r."s ~ iraun man F.


su will act as on
eomr as they attempt to
co and disrupt am- m
x oi thexercise will be r
so M approximately a
farines from the 2nd Ma-P
r-groag task force will a
mn .amphbious landing maI
Sn.S ad waters at Onslow owS
N.C.
rat phases of the exercise 6
elt ,training of individual N
JiBtl Ir ba sic tactics; de
SOat A conepts and equip-
r tMi on exercises, and
horVaense inmine n


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'of the review,
he second held tilsi
Balboa High School
w an exhibition
d hld follpwilng
w the crack Balboa
ROTC drill team
ad ofCadet
VPrA al ch.--
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or an orp t
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Tea .
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At Re-
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Ut of


or Repdi %eteIthe
crucial New Ele-
tlions.
The Prelent, with Sen. Ives
and Gov. Thoaas 2. Dewey, left
i m A e di'ate ly after his short
speech for a threeho surprise
and mectis* d ntowm MMan-
hattan.
Mr. Elsenhower told his Ripub-
lican audience t'at). a trying
to keep th i s* ., rae r I n
Washington2d Ja older to
carry out his program that .he
u also hae the same leaders
in the states I
He told the iRpublican election
officials that they must smile and
that they "hive got to go all the
way."
"You've to make aple
-o yen beUO nh n
Mr. Ete"ho M
The President told tte. BReppb-
lcans that there was uch work






Poh Ex prtm


tel SO I %' we t are not
aitlowed to a t- oe and via-
lance just "for 4ownake."
bEIl Love, assistant head of
school broadcasting for the Brit-
ish Badcastng Cor said the
government-owned B does not
ban crime or violence on radio
and TV since that would rule out
many of the cla ics Including
Shakespeare.
But she to the Senate subcom-
mittee on juvnlle delinqu e n y
that "quite a pt trom the motal
considerntions .e feel it Is 'rtls-
ticalfly unsouid to portray vio-
lence,.in deta or to emphasize
Vice."
The subeonm ittee Is trying to
determine th _opeta of televised
ermoe and vtae on young TV
viewers, parteularly w h et~h ej
such shows contribute to juvenile
rs. Clara S. Logan, president
of National Association for
Ber Radio and Television, teas-
o hn t tsr plbi vii boycott
sponsors of TV crime' programs.
h. urged parents ioly 'can-
d# and cereal" from fmirs that
mloCer proms with a "sense
!M at air "nri-W ~ blood.
V Mrs l. aiwn ave t he rnm.


star. Al Hodge

SmLeg. _a's u|



tIsabke," bSt said
eonecr "e~gt


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said It is up
Iand r
to inueM
big In their
prs me WtatO
is eliminate
y' *


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mal


political .t0_ _de SsP
Ca
e.r "non pme ; -
ar a flying vd itr tA Pa
eotveutto aid t campag ippy day

4AAmericant Tot PFrnpecfs


For -Nobed IA Mnkipo

inrvulfnrj TitAt- 3ie U Bt muttel hast #11


ox oeuoewiu. '
They s as atMA
ile wiulal blee Lwa

among HArvard's Dr. Jhnr.
Mnders, 10, and his
Doctors ThoIas
SndFredk.C. .
ror there ery .v
can be grow in tistacult




But the UAmrS, teawt.



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.MO .OImm MU -e .o- ,


House Committee
Member Arriving
Tonight For visit
ie ebero -le OMIhfa Reti
member of the House of 1Mph


to thel for asn
to4

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