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:
AA00010883:00545

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scaores of ois eof this bar-driv-. Uv U. 8 ervite up the uit a to ob. ,vNeo .
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labor eaderp woo bluntly charge cm entitled the U.S. S a. Cdr s band In
that his power springs trom the w o It' f rt-au-Prince by
rough elements mn Detroit and mt y rew out both, type and Like y asr Das0s
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Hotia himself 4 the complete es- ects. Ie1amy' a ters .' rk
sellce of a c. When congress- The difficulty Is that the error fl a Sunday. in Italy averse o
am chip 08at he had been de- wasn't discovered until pt. 30 wasR aon ysaw db
scribed to Wm tas the "brains" duioutine tests on the NaUtl- n Rod when ha
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cO ementratioen of such great hen? ,M CSos o th cOfB
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We have here a first-hand re*
port about a tug-of-war. The tug-
ere newsmen at one end of
M e.and Vieture men, at the
other end. And the rope itself
,ptesents television news c o v.
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brand-new seven-year c tract, is
a veteran of 22 years in radio
and TV lews. This, at the age
of 37. H re ted- as a tele-apger
oh a sa station in Troy, AIN.,
.doing everything from annoDlc-
ing to Cyig tetorfls."
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watches tugs-of-wit.
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Holes Giaee, who hasn't doah
much since her mpariage to slke
Jones but tour with Spike's "Muid.
cal Insanties," seems to have a
new career ahead. Her first record
on X, "Oop-Shoop," made bookers
Grayoo-conscious, and she's had
offers of many sorts. She reports
that after the current Jones tour
winds up late ih the winter, she
may make a West Coast or i.as
Vetas night-club appearance. The
whole town's talking about the.
Jones boy's gal.

US Form Prices
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WASHINGTON, Oct. 28 (UP)-
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FO SALE
Real Etme
FOR SAl$ "4: r rhg formerly occu-
nied bW. Durjn roostinr. plant,
AvenIdo "A" No 86. Excerlnt lo,
coWon ow induthiol plant or store.
Phone 2-222.
FOR SALE: Two bedroom chalet,
maid's room wih .bath, double g.-
rage. spaeousguet room;. Immedi-
ate deUvery, .4V Ttet No. 42.
$22,500. P. -4 3.


Bqs & Motort


FOR SALE:- in motor boot, N
85., Balb YVht Club. Call Navy
176.
FOR- SALE :-New APN 4 Loran, com-
plete, $350. FOB Tampa. complete
line Apelco & Bendix rodhe-tl1e-
phones, depth' recording rand indi-
cating equlpment. BR RICETT'SJAA-
RINE RADIO, 308 S.. 22nd St..
Tampa, Fid.


Position Offered


APPLICANTS .fo Army Service Club
director Iwomanl desired: Prefer-
ably tingle; between ages 26 and
40; graduate accredited co llege e
with major in recreation or related
field, United States citizen. May
substitute for college up to two
years of paid experience in social.
recreational or similar organizations.
C Ii Staff Service' Club Director,
82-4279. Special Services, USAR-
,C-ARIB. Fort Amodor.
WA T'TED:.- Good barber. at Paraiso
*Serice Center. See proprietor.

.FOR SALE
S Autgomobil


FOR SALE:-1954 BuIck four-door.
Very reasonable. PhIne 3-2362
SCrhtobal. ,
FOR SALE:- 1952 2-.ton dump Chev-
rolet: 1942 1 1/-ton dump Chevro-
let. Pueblo Nuem No. 4392, 22nd
Street.
FOR SALE: Cadillac convertible
,$t 200 cash. Phone. 8-/7228..
FOR SALE:1-950 Ford 4-door se-

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PnHi 7. CrIma1 1 AM .
Panoam 1877. CriOtkbe l3*"67U.


FOSTER'S.CTAGESa s mte past
Santa, Clara. Low rotes. Phone
Bolboo 2-1866.


WILLI AMS Santa ClaraBeach Cot- tod
tgges-f kgas. refrigeration, two- I
bedrt, h Balboa 3050.
GRAMLICW S a.to Clara- Bach Cot-
toaes, modern convenience mo d-
erote r4. Pho( 6-441 or 4-567. 3

FOR RENT wh
ApartmenSh
MMS Prei


A TIThN 0. JMat bulft modem
furnish o fwnte- oh two
bedr hw,.heolid w e6. Tel-
*phone Pnanam 3- WfK


FOR RENT :-Furnis&d- fr .urwrnish-
ed 2 & 4-..dom e~b o#tmnts.
Contact Al fAbro Aplrtrents,
10th Street. Phone 136, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Modern 2-bedroom a-
portment. living-dining room. Next
street from 4th July Ave., Calle
Darien No. 8 (alongside. El is Go-
roge).
FOR RENT: Spacious, apartment,
furnished, $50. North American
neighbors. Regular, transportation.
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WASHMIn


FOR SALE
Houiehold
FOR SALE:-Oak bedroom set with
Sresser and stool, bed with spina
and mattress and bureau wit 'five
drawers. Phone Albrook 2281.1
FOR SALE: 1 wardrobe. 6 chairs
diningg, 2 buffets, I table (din-
ing) large. Price $110. House No.
1424. Apt. "C," Car Street. Bal-
boa, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE:-Washing machine, auto-
metic, Westinghouse Laundromat,
Spin-drv~ 60-cycle. $150; refriger-
ator, Westinghouse, 25-cycle, new
unit with guarantee, $65. 8111-B,.
Marganta 3- 1679.
FOR SALE:-Rattan (3-strand) set-
* tee, lounge chair, ottoman. Excel:-
lent condition. Very' reasonable.
Balboa 3253.__
FOR SALE: 60 cycle automatic
washer; or will trade for 25-cycle.
Phone 87-4127. 506-B. Clayton.
FOR SALE --Westinghouse refrigera-
tor, 25,cycle, porcelain, 10- ft..
sea unit. Phone 2-2670. 6380-
B, LmL Rios.
FOR SALE: Very fine teakwood
. carved furniture. Made to order di-
rect fron China. Complete sets din-
rng room $850; bedroom $800, in-
cluding glOas tops. mirrors, mat-
tresses, sprlqgs. Used only few
months. Must be seen to appreciate.
"Black Angus" automatic combina-
tion broller-rotisserie, new. Phohe
934-J. Colon.
FOR SALE:-Green lattice screen 9x6
ft. $6.50, also 5x4 standing $7; 3
venetian blinds; 6 ft. x 44 inches.
$3 ea. Phone Balboa 2335, House
1520.8. Balboo.
FOR SALE:-19 venetian blinds, fits
Zone up-and-down house, $75.
Cristobal 3-1851.


FOR SALE
Mfii Weftlnoal_


FOR SALE: -7.5-kw. electric plant,
operated by Witte Diesel engine.
single phase. 60-cycle. excellent
condition, $700. Coll Panama 3-
0607.
FOR SALE: 4 x 5 Speed Graphic.
camplite.,parndimfLasiol B.JuR


very goo0?tWpnfltt yt n Yrret
No. 40. Beslo lo. t tr
FQOR ALE :-$40d tter credit Smoot
& Paredes. $50 savings. Phone
Balboa 2506.
FOR SALE: -Two ladles overcoats sire
16 one block and one aqua; two
ladies suits size 16, one black and
one beige: dress size 13. Ave. Mex-
Ic6 No. 62, Apt. 13. Cah be seen
Saturday and Sunday.
FOR. AALE:-Sacrifice, new fur coat.
SLogiood .Mouton, size 14, worn



Learn the latest in Bollroom dancing.
L/2-hour trial lesson $1. Air-condi-
tioned studio El Paonama Hotel,
Suite 111. 4 to 9 p.m. Call morn-
ing Balboa 2-4239, after 4 p.m.
Panama 3-1660. HARNETT &
DUNN.

FOR RENT

FOR' RENT:-New chalet, all screen-
ed, two bedrooms, bathroom, dining
and living room, kitchen. Via Beli-
sorio Porros.' Phone 3-5098.
FOR RENT:--Chalet, Parque Lefevre:
2 bedrooms, living-dining room,
kitchen, maid's room with service,
laundry room, $90. Phone 3-4028.
FOR RENT.-Concrete bungalow: 3
bedrooms, 3 services, parlor, dining
room, big closed porch, kitchen,
mold's room. washrooms, garage.
hot water connections, $135. Sonny
Boy. Sabonos 810. Phone 3-3041.



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FOR RENT:-Fumlshed apartment: 2 WAJHINGOt ) Oct. 2 (uP)
bedrooms, hot water. Suitable two -Sen. Joaeph R.Jf y (-
couples. Military Inspected, 82, Wis.) actiuled the Foreign -
Porras Avenue. erations Admniljtratlon tbwy
FOR RENT: Cor pletely furnished oaidrliuisefis
large apartment Bella Vista. Callsie aid to utmlsl e. ,re-
Panama 3-0816, Sunday. outon there last Jim unt le
_out the pro-communslat govern-
WANTED meant
__ McCarthy tleepaphed 'toregn
Apartments aid chief Harold tassen ask-
WANTED TO RENT:-A me al con o a rfra ir eaon amy.aid ,-
family wants 3 or 4-bedroom fur- eon to O USa l tn4 hyform
nished house in beht residential since the n antl-Communast
area. Pho n e 3-0405 mornings government took over.'* /
I0:00 to 12:00.. ,,- .


MISCELLANEOUS
Loaees: Ha Ve a cd weve emd ~,ur
, Crinfl ClubblMk Beauly bftp.
Mrs. SItlier."ereaso.'D1etN eO
*Phone 3-1642, U.S. personnel ana



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FOR RENT:-Lerge furnished room,
American couple: Kitchen, refriger-i
ator, private bathroom. Also room,
bachelor. 32nd Street No. 14.

WANTED
Miscellaneoun
WANTED:-North American iarmily
desires to rent three-bedroom house.
preferably with swimming pool. Coll
Panama 3-2765.


WARNS
M. Ram
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S Ie The RELEASE TODAYAS
New York- Japan
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which dipomeed (me BamU. De ao.rr
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iol he urghad beent immediate need cain in we-
for aid to Guatemal If the dI formation mto
anti-Comnmunist regime is to-
s succeed W-T h roup gP ill cord l em
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auto bile ,agency executive.
adm JUMoup "met earlier m11
eeki &ad discued abtding a
eeatio to Chicago to see Mr.
Harridge, but thine ae going
so smoothly that t loks a
though we will not have to. go
out.".
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talke tt. Roy Mk I41 telerine
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Penn State's .trtlng 1nep
seven seflnms iW see-
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lips from sticting tt the paper. My mouth
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the panel was approved shortly hbers of
bbfore expiration of hte trial's nire dri
flft day,, At lem
Common pleas Judge Edward so will
Blythin then called a recess un. mftht o
bil Monday, when opposing at- av.ld pi
torneys wilbe allowedsix per- The p
emptory challenges each to knock approval
out .undesired jurors. als, I
The vacancies thus created will is he o
be filled from remaining mem- on the
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me u, Dbut I' w'7UU,,- Irm
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It develbpIl h at Oarmne's
home wai !, Liederbai mail
route, a th quest onig sub-
sequently etledI down into an
amiable cat.
"I kn that he w m
boy," Garmoe sadM to Jadge Ed-
ward Bitio ",e's active in
Boy Scout worit"
"You mean attorney Garmone
is a Boy'Seout?" B ythin asked.
Spectators intthe e r t r o-o m
chuckled. '
As Garmone continued his in-
terrogation, I ederbach sald lhe
had read details of fti case in a
Cleveland newspaper,' the Plain
Dealer.
Blythin ln~rrupted: "We are
not supposed to plug any paper
here."
Again there was laughter.
Sbeppard, apeused of Ihd.eon-
ing his pre nt wife da as
she -lpt Jl,, V lai
hout lat July, 4, JOMa&I te
general feeling of uwrdaUty.
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SflHit Beliefs About. Justice
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yV JANMESD 2 CROSSLEY sent a lesn tol rat viewpoint of
CLEVELANDOct. .23 (NEA)- Imenmbers of the. bar
The triad of Dr SyI is also the He abhors what-he calls "pre-
trial'of other pers-it= and things, trial of the base 'by the public."
-Judge Edward Bythin, Defense He thinks, the difficulty of getting
Counsel William JX. Corrigan, As- at truth is made harder by the
distant Prosedutor John J. Mahon public's intensity.
... ~aeh has his iSdividual trial. I Under our system this is a run.
Each prospectAve jutor. testify- ning ba, O a few months
Ing- fpm the witbi ja box just as ago, riglheL I-n Clevelafd, the
Dr.- 4an will have to, has his trial Press !ei ia court order not to
in linlature. ,' take p.lt iNr. In a coVrtroom. It
Afnd evident in-te ease is the was a test to keep the right of free
trial of the newsag ering ma- press in balance.
chine itself, representing the right His wi oaf white hair flying,
oft.e people to know. his gest reminiscent of a
C Jppe~r as a cricket at 70. is Shakespefe-an actor, Corrigan
Judge Blythin, the central figure lights ag4 ts the press as he
in the case. fights a jt prosecution. It
is his last Eti. He is 67 and
,Of the same legal mold as will retire., .
Joseph Welch who.nfdeared him- His op k: John Mahon, al-
self o many in thrmadience dur- so is pie .*Vt n his last big
4n the McCarthy ngs, Judge trial since IW- "a favored candi-
lIytbin bas a simi'. .atlm, court- date in a rao.q.W,-a judgeship. It
Jw- manner. He is.WrY and not a- is his 10 t wJ I trial in 22
a. t6o show his humor. wtyears 9and t elms 90 conrivic-
His words are pr und with ions .
:a softness which a nre th=se who ;
hear hm the first tike ask, "Is As the ,g t stenographer ac-
he Irish, dr Scottish?" cumulate sf, stream of words,
He is a Welshman and proud the newsmen corps finds itself
of it. deeply involved ras a principal in
As are other adopted sons of i the trial.
his nation he is enthusiastically Corrigan dse prejudicial a
itteresteed In singni. Only recent- broadcast a 'between repre-
ly be s-et some U.ef m Phila- sentatives ~Waress and Plain
del pa where he 6 daded a great dealer on the ease. He presented
Sahrg'ef Welsh Kelk-for sing- a transcript t6 be made part of
was a f the trial reeds.
ould-tell t was a form- Grimacing, Corrigan ticket off
S if. Called, b.e re- with a longfinger thenews agen-
to l a Iem was a cies reproxetoe I n the room on
tA, aen11 a thing. opening 4elp, naming them for the
[ l4 wahs Welsh, it record.
SPdoorsa Philadelphia." He also itepd a transclpt
u tiM .e p t.? h trial he taken by bis& grapher of con-
a.-e yoi* ..th. sincere versation asjWtrIal meeting
of theoth the judge. to
make p, i.
..|. me that thehe Busin ers of Cleve-
bl t6t.e he pushed land p T and radio sta-
1a~eSa carl chairs about tions ed to bring
mvjet.o _be sure the records '4 d time spen
Sh adequate ar- on the J .- Sa ease.
1 a,, "It i l e Yoamr
S il I1' trial Honor," em, at one
a which time, "1 a when We*
t jus- ern civIV on &
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When questioning returned Sq
the life-anddeath bn uj i ess at
hand, btwaver, the fyoun b04
surmr Astiffened. ,
He closed his eyes each thim
prospective jurors'were asked if
they opposed aptal punishment,
And he coved eyes with
his hands wheYsttoreys a*kedd
jurors it they lted to medical
descriptions of a lsocted body-
the body of SlambPdLs wife.


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With U.S. Experts
WAq .. OTON Oct. 23 (UP)
-At 'e authorities of a
Britin, Canada and te i
States scheduled a highlevel
conference here today ohn Tys
of athinic cooperation between
the .te nations..
' Man Lewis L. Straius and
gene manager K. D. tchot'
of. tths. Atompic 'Energy on-
inlssa were expected to .Ous
this country's new atomic pe '
law with the Britons and C-
nadiani. -
The law widens the peMuls-
oible area of International co-
.operain,.
The visitora--Sir EdwiC PlWI
den, tblef of the .UnIte -
doam atomic energy aptik0 ..
Sir John Cockfort, dftetor
Britain's Hartwell atoml
research center; W. J. Behnem
president of Atomic lEnergy
Canas; Ltd apd' W. IL. Le w
vice presided for research o=
the Canadian rgrabm--arltv
here earlier this week,,,
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