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:
AA00010883:00554

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;i l ,iagame Holddrs ...............................
Or. t' Cotton and Woolen Rugs .......................
S. *t r Cotton Rums .............................. ,......
StandiAg Auhrays with minor ........... ........
StAndig Wooden Ashtrays ..............................
European styletiving room set .........................
I 1 .Delqxe Couch .............................
Trobim l tWyle living room set ......................
R. lR..aa Chaise Louhbe with foot stand .. ..........


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Cart..a L. ;naS loci-t'&i.,J iu. 21u, gValu, color ..........
-VL..uJaiua diuL i,-looim es ..o. i0to .....................
'Va.na.ne auining ruom ses 4o. 1035 ...................
hairors iur a.eboard, size 1" x 40" ....................
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i.i ,LAiUneu havana dining room etc .....................


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aluminum v., o. 200 .....................
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Swr d"w r, eletric, 12 gala. .............;
'. h nW kerosene stoves ...............
,"i PFfAb" kerosene stoves ................
$ir "'erticon" kerosene stoves .................
f Pd ectlon" kerosenq ptoves ................
f Ot 'It Ume" hersene aoves ..............
.."Wtfit e kno ......... .........................
Ssel-tautb'iati. toasters ................. .


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by this artist which won h bonsentse" hIi
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Frames. Greealag' e m epes n nols and Pul W Sftr* .-
plasat water scolo of a a City strets eame of qp be.t 0
yesterday In the, awariag af price ft. ete* AW t
aean en h oMw arm .range ln b fl r U ai s .h y Ohs 0.' 3
nal one i t fealjl '.- '.. 6
l Ol palnting, JImrG. G1M.in W- B
a fart fr "Bnd of the at a asftr W asm
Pilon." Her eemdotpo te bat mwell to a l
lovers. ., ..
New In Isthulan galleres 'I palater.B fe h rejM
close-up head of a "Ballet Master" gave an eia lpet
and was awarded third pm. ls. *
Another artt whoew DSAjPpCS$in In t040
list was Imthmtlan-bomn fen hUnbPsupIt ,*bo 6
aain tub yr after sm jen anMe from eia C
lesris. Her "Tabogullsa" won uourable.an, tiain 6a sad m!e
a line drawing t me e n the wator-e ,p
and-nk dlass. Mrs. ri um ln .
of the arts are known to r
In The Panama .Aerscan.
Prize-winner ?aul WColby is Gulick, and Mr. and" Jrs. Jfn A
a retired colonel nad f or e r Sugar of Mgagnrita.
member of the deagh st4ff of ..--
theanan Canal. lives in Mrs. sugar wSsla e to.lb.tse
Panama Cfty where he paint' Zone from a New J ub
the attractive space es of "'ttO New Torko. huid 1 w*4-q,
-Seet, Panama," wb l -tiok a iazed that a u U
t prize,. and "Cathedral Plaza. of this could a a
Colby's work shows a senaltivity beautiful shoi"
to architectural detail, sound Other observers
draftsmanship and appealing co- the ,hQw la ma ta. -
Jor. a~one for conlaa.
Second-prize in the water-color. t, i SS Zone (,4
charcoal, pen-and-lnk group went anona n
to Jeanne Staffer Baudry fo her nature of
exhibit of drawings for sutrat- ~ Iaitho
ing "The Pelican Tree," a book ent
of Panama stories thai has sold U.nr people.
widely for the past year..
In the textiles and ceramics ) Noticable was th
class, Dora Mellheona of the At- several of the me
lantic Side took first*re for her professoinj ris.ad&-
text ile ainUng e on skirts. 8 i had Offedi-W-
B. K lrro f lecevriv dfod cr aeemisfort
his ceramics, Dian--.,, d of this kind the de
Gruber on drd 1W bher n ly educational tolS
station en "NatfvEllant," best work froMt
and -Col. Frank D, tW a s helpful to- aL ri
given hororabe mention L huhis oma wn- "a. -
hand-loomed textlUe Jud-es for
(Hls machue is t. tht AoW were Jud ge
and t Is hoped. he will be on Aen-, wh.e .a
hand to demonstrate it next tooning, Mr. .U.
wek. 11o of Panam.
Prize-winners received $15 for school of
leach first,-10 for semend and $5 ret Rennie,
for th-ird. h ei
Centerin in the ballroom of oBadia Heighft.
the Tivoli est -Me show, Jan Ktche rA
Ito whldh al = are nvit- ar r, jr,
Ip, s .. bittim lobby Taylor, Jr.,
cardroom and.bar..R is thus en- hoteMrs. ~ c
tirely free of'the cohorat or fodsaa
even longhsired atmopphe Ofah r
some. nmsOnJar fo ureuas

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wean. two Thosellwhon
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invitation ho the oMa- -,
warding dogimes adtoa for the u as R
members of the Canal lne Art to d the '
agSe and their guest. -
R. snt .Moreris made i rele
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d two ppeu guests from the MI Re
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slave, from Cape
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h Denver. two at a
yple as fo their e ce-
nt be checked and
made tor AiU, train
ip travel, tr
quialte oi e project
IJects abe a et ied lI
fit to make the trip
where the Longevity
Study is being con-
Spears Chilropralei
research staff.'Dates
iuSt be fully autOen-
1ospltal trustees have
on the pregramn, tor
It of whbic wiU be
reflectingthe condl-
inctloning of all body
sporttlon and living
r each contestnat and
companion are Also
e name of more han
ians In the U. C., Ca-
Puerto Rico are now
dered for the researh
i A llhed. lbR is
contact ever man
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'C "le-e dCB U nic I- ,
WA ',TO No". 01 (UP)- at Satu"rdy di'." '
The Ar INavy-Ar ForceJour- Jr Canal Zo.. e Colle Club aller. ... 3
nal said toWa there 'Is a good I0 lats. anuLfaltl ,iao (In t
chance that un. Matthew B. .. i A o mA
Ridgeway, Arahy chief of gtff, Ala u wau
will be rflaUd in that pot t Ite I bet .. ..... .
when he reaches the retirement D w Wi u .,, $be ,U- TO. JWB Ab meea .."
age of in M1irch. nite Nation's Wetre Psychia. 1am .eea '.
It said that Secretary of the tried l ,xprt, in le a o'
Ariny Robelt 't'. 8teveia may MR..in -- m, ,p*den.e.
make known President E Meln- Mrs. F. 1K. lwiin 1a541, Mrs.. JWB A
hower's deislon at the A y H. J. Zierten 2-.U1 or Mr s. iee Ceater .toi
commanders' conference .at % Fred Gerhardhi 28I-32, will ac- on TteiFt
Pentagon' late next moeth. ept reservations for memu bert
uesm, the journal bal. id,1 that ad their guests.
the. general wlbe asked to stay -
on althou .he, will have.com- Dance t
pleted 35y eraj of service. Music Group Dance in P n t
The pulcatiop also said Stav- MNeto Wdne der the
en soon w announce .reshuft- The simi-on Ly meeting of Pnel de R ,
flng of theArmy's top command the Music relation group Iaie tO e
ADD Jownrnal" plef which is under the direction o Mrs.,
in Europe, -due to the probable Pfe Sy Domnitch of Q u a r r y gram lt l lg
retirement In Januarf of Gen. He'leibu will meet at the U506- pus
William M. Hodge, comnmader- JW Armed Forces Service Cen.- it
in-chief of the A.. Army in Eu-. ter Wednesday, at 8:00 psm. Ho p f
The classical recorded pro- m of PoaSS.
Stevens, It said, is expected to grain whih -will l feature wt .Tha
name Lt. Gen. Anthony C. Me- Of the "Inifon4Wp I s aM. 'I. m 'ofia.
Auliffe, present com oinder of )owl: La W brebuy D D sp 1, we a
the Seventh Army In Oermany, nis and Chee by avel a uo tV
to take e our-star bilet. Juan by Richard Strausas.

MYl ue ,we Canal Zone and )z Republic
P m rd co Mially* inid& t6 their

fee. AtHUtle Cam ar Club
NORFPL*, Vs., Nov. 1 (UP)-- tic Camera Clubw me
A destroyer rammed a subma- day at 7:S p.m
rise and two other destroyers A21- ln '* e bb &Aell l s.,
collided in sepatLe mishap ely Miia proving to betd a very pbpdvtehttb m
today during Atlantic Folet ma- ular Thase of our program. l
isuvers off the Virginia Capes. tangtally n Wietn Saco Wt
The Navy said no Injurides wo ofwere a ries iintreon anla o
reported. in ,Ia olr P ,ne-Photo phy. Sub. h nr th
The first collision occurred a- Jeet l. Mondayni i The Galan O nae n j 1.ae Q rilIb
bout 3:30 a.m. ST When the Canara, Instmetor Nif elland. reular man
destroyer Norris, out of Newport, The cla w be she en church is C .n4
R. I., crashed Ilto the submarine, ... ,n1 '.
Burgall, out o New London. : c lcmed o l church on Thurada iee
Coun., about 270 miles east of r m (P. e ne a
Norfolk.. time.) Te program' Wll
Less than two hour slater. the -irs.'Wstuy' "Mrtiiiugr
destroyers W. L. Lynd and Egn- Ii, the SalvAtmon Anmywm i
Uh. both based at Norfolk. ool- i devotional Tere will be a ,I
Uded about 40 miles south of- the A 0 1 tlk given accomse d by i
first mishap. i js'""-ho"--" wing of w a colored Uk l. .
All of the damaged ships were This \ will be an opea ineetlm
own power and none were In If -,', U*.. "a members are cordially
danger. the Navy said. The Nor- I *.' .',
ri, English and W. L. Lynd '. -
wefe ordered -to Norfollc and the It's a mystery uih fte s Cibbe=e Sts Club
Bur1al to Philadelphla. Nblomed forall3 n "- cp aa'" "bl
Wie vessel art1. engaged in ar S--'- .w Caibbea 5tabip atlbMee&a.
underwater assault defense drill oe-- one, morrow t, 7:3 p.m. at W
at the time. Guet 'House.


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Cincmnati Get Tugh


opponentss This Week

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a NEW YORK .Nov. 1 (UP)-There's clear sail-
in the offing for three of the nation's six in-
iaten and untied major powers but the wont is
yS to come for U.C.LA., Ohio State and Cincinnati.
36rrIng upsets that would rival Invitation to the "Gator Bowl
.ny1thng the topIy-turvy season on New Year's Day.
toadyhas offered, Oklahoma, Saturday's latest wave of
r k a, and Miami (Fla.) upsets included Iowa's U-3
coAteu nscathed t triumph over seventh-ranked
iwhih lave a combined ranked Wiseenema and claimed
rd o $ wins and 30 four of the nation's previously-
oof eO fthe tieo's 1 unbeaten and untied maor
0 baa aped powers. Boston. Uniewrty
.M two loe and bouneed Bucknell from the
h ten tgare undet .500 honor scroll 20-7: Xavier (6)
rer. upset Boston CoUege, 19 .14;
t.e" O a, which beat Colo- Pittburgh defeated West VIr-
ra o, 13-0, for Its sixth straightL ginia, 13-1, and William 5t
victory on Saturday. meets Iowa Mary tied Virginia Teeh, -7.
(-4) next weekend and
.ylamftM '(-3).i Other national powers which
i"fttao-m.A. had their troubles were Notre
( tCiSveeSat- Dame, which tri pd Navy, -0;
Army,which shaded Virginia,
s^t fl involate after 21-20. on the maafn of an extra
triumph over Texas A. & p sint and Duke. which slipped
SkS eon (4-2). S.M.U. past Georgia Tech. 21-20. South-
SL..U. 2-5), and Hou- em California, the nation's No.
tton -3), while Miami, which 9 team, romped over Oregoni
red Fordham, 7-57, Friday State, 34-0, meanwhile, eighth-
i t meet Auburn (3-3). Ala- ranked. Purdue beat Illinois, 28-
S(4-2-1)and Florida. (4-3). 14, ale defeated Dartmouth.
g on any of those under- 13-7. and Penn State walloped
;4 would be like risking mo- Pennsylvania, 35-13.
Army's Black and Blue Yale's meeting with Army
is of the Hudson against shapes up as the key game of
tfietrolt Uons. next Baturday's schedule in the
Fastd while Notre Dame takes on
i:. ebe Meno dleh soft pick- battered Pennsylvania, West Vir-
SJ In proseIt,.however fr gina attempts to duplicate
Ohio itate and in- Mam's =nThflation 'of Ford-
,tatl. whose combined op* ham, Penn State plays Holy
'uto has a season's record Cross and Cornell meets Syra-
t4,1 vioteier and only U de- oue .
2Ba6 4!otacms Texas. Navy plays
Ca.l-Duke a&2 M.U. opposes Texas
t m h. ldn't 4 & M In the South; Indiana
d.-tho __bh. t e d,.. aesalut' Miami (0.), Michi-
hmwt.Its fnan aSon Illinois, Wisconsin
'e ets ete and M_.-
intoi j srl play olorAdo in the West:
n ,, while oi-t epluar West it's Stan-
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Wa vtston California.

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Zuluota's Traker

Protefb Howard's

VIclory Over Cbain
HALIFAX. N:, Nov. 1 (P)-
Alderman' William B. Morarty,
chairman of the Halifax Boxing
Commission, said today an ap-
peal against Dick (Kid) How-
ard's decision win over Orlando
Zulueta of Havana, Cuba could
not be heard before Wednesday.
Moriarty said the Comislsion
could not meet earlier because
Commissioner Oeorge Fox Is on
a hunting trip The third mem-
ber is Fred MacDonald.
Fans. meanwhile, till 'de-
bated the Halifax fighter's 10-
round victory, over Zuluets, the
.number two challenger for the
world l htweight crown, Frl"
day night
A near-record local crowd of
more than 6,000 saw the Canadi-
an lightweight champion Bob"
weave and punch his ay td
what the judges, refreferee and
most of the fans called a 'leoar
decision.
Tom.Ryan. Zulueta's trainer,
however, filed an appeal to the
Boxing Commission. "We were
robbed: It was a clear case of a
hometown decision," he said.
Ryan said his fighter "had at
least six rounds, If not eight"
The judges saw It dfltferently.
Bill Walked cardal it three fr
Howard, two for Zulueta and
five even; Harold Johnson mark-
ed five for Howard, two for Zu-
Ireta and' three even, nd referee
Jack Delaney made it five How-
ard, four Zuluta and one even.
Alex Nickerson. sports editor of
the Halifax Chronicle-Herald,
said he scpred the same as John-
son.
Tom MeCluskey, Howard's
manager, maid "I am Confident
Dick won a fair fight on a fair
decllion They. n't toneh it;-
It was an up-an4-up fight.
McCluskey had his own expla-
nation why quite. a few Hall-
qqAians thought the hothetown
boy was the loser.
They, just can't understand
Dick ImprovinR so' much to beat
such a tighter as Zulueta. but
he did." he said.
McCluskey added that Howard
would take a rest before, prob-
ably going to the United Statexs
for a series of fights. But what
the fighter wouldlike to do most
was fight Armand Savole of
Montreal nex year for the va-
cant British Empire lightweight
title, the manager said. .


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scheduled for tonight at th4e
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in the finals of the thIrd sth-
mian Table Tennia tounm.nt.
The first game between 'Oeore
Gramnnum and' Arthr JIZ,
last year's champion and elian
runner-up, respectively, is sched-
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This will be followed by the
military finals between H. Bella
and Priacert Cromwell.
Orannum and Bell are favor-
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he winners of these two
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Isthmlan championship follow-
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