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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: 1925-
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
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00581
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0et 2S years. It seems to me
tht. the rare (diatumaceou s)
earths industry is headed for an
incstsaingly significant role I a
this revolution.
Rare earths have been used
eomnc ialty for many years. In
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enti'.-r instance, Fullers earth
was usid to make a fragile white
tuba which gave off a relatively
bri ght when placed over a
gas .flame.
T20 tibe was known as the
Welsbaeh mantle and- was manu-
factured, Inaedentally, by the Lind-
say Chemical Company, cited in
last week's column for its pheno-
mesas growth as .a pioneer in a-
to development work. ,
Today, rare earths are used, a-
ilhola other things, as absorbents,
dessitants, decelorizing agents
and. as catalysts in oil refining.
company in this field, Miner-
d Chemicals of America,
vel a means of mpreg.
S ar office ppapr with
Sthat can reproduce
carbon paper.
F hroaister is hand-
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mneru and Chemi-
a e igaged .is an extensive
se pro -n to find addition-
no*W conmue.cisal uses for rare
aIt als '1 understand, Is
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,atte 01n .Miesn a new"
process for the apaatlon of min-
Miierals -and Chemicals w a s
formed last spring'by the merger
of two old-line companobs in the
rare earth business. ,The compa-
ny has a wealth of mapagerial
talent as well as strong financial
support from prominent invest-
spent banking interests. David Li-
lienthahl, former head of the A-
tomic Energy Co mmissio n, is
chairman while the president Is
Wright Gary, previously presi-
d e of the Flltrol Corporation, a
major produce of "natural" pe-
troleudh crackieag catalysts.
The over-the-counter market va-
lue of the stock 4a about doub.-
led in the lakeight, months, saad
is currently aroui d a share.
Admittedly, this e h.gh in
relation to rings whi are e-
timated at I cats a share for
19M id which are proj*eted at
so*Bl.ng mare than twice that
S Ti'L steady rise in the
sntei T.ne of Minerals and a
%,l W does not appear
to .' based on excessive
updcduaUe enthusiasm. Rather, it
seems to reflect growing investor
confidence In the ability of the
ipanagement to develop, to the ad-
vantage of the company, new in.-
n doprl p e nd products
in a period of aceeleratd techno.
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Until such atepe are taken, he
added, bardent or block-
ading the rt, bich would
mean a l war, i nimst in-
wie. in It would mean a
speedy death of afi Americana
this tli*e." *
Knowland told newsmen he
can not agree that a blockade
"couldn't be effected without a
war.7 Asked about George's con-
tention that It would mean
"speedy death" r16 the captured
Amecan. Knowland .ae he
doubted thla unless they the
Communstas are more barbarlan
and less civilled than even I
suspected."


Knowland added that the Reds
might kill the Americans any-
way because 'they are trying to
cause us a losw of face."
"If they reject our notes, they
may test us out a little further
and announce they have done
something even more drastic."
Knowland suggested the
blockade of China's coast last
Saturday as a move to force the
Communist to release Americans
now imprisoned on the dain-
land.
He said he Is standing firm on
the proposal and challenged his
critics to come up with a better
one, one that will "get the ef-
fective release of these people."

so Wroag
LOUISVTLLE, Ky. (UP) A
man ended up In Jail here o
charges of drunkenness and va-
grancy because he picked the
wrong spot to sleep It off. Work-
men found O'Brien asleep in a
dump truck on the construction
site of the new police barracks.


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Chie gb'J- oc "eesg OI r e is furth q
of f ,M ??"^'iB 1947, h t'o"^e stations i_
taken at improvements number. 41...Zans sfdl ce
since statoA i nger a q t
The asuKI, a private pris- p art trlfAd 1. coMzl-
oners' aid ad pisc reform wel- hat t t ,toward f al
fare' agency, focused national at- building et can serve a large
tention on the'Clhicago lockup situ- area. He a*l, many stations n
at*ig 'aer'.' survey here arnd i Chilago and .elsewhere are old
uine other large U.S. cities, town haUs.. t Ito use when vil-
The group, a non-profit, non-see- lages were absorbed into the city I
tarian agency affiliated with the "and they've been.. p use ever
Internasnl. Prisonew Aid AMo-. sinc." Stations serving the most
ciation, b'jtevbgly denounced Ch- congested areas are in the "worst
cago plo.u offcial' as bnX p," he added.
tho "worst g cit lockups in me The association recommends a
country s itystem for recording the number
Sas that its and duration of detentions. Ze-
urvey Yok lockups mans estimated roughly that fome
were at., and that con* 100,000 persons were kept in dis.
dictipcps hma City, Los An- trit police stations here during
VIor 6sc~, Salt Labee thejast year but*added, "there's
C v Ne Orleans, ClI reany no way to tell for sure be-
land t were far superior cause no records are kept." Many
tolocku ," said more persons were arrested and
o kups," said eed on bond. he pointed out.
the n, are a disgrace to The M n Hcward group also
a Their existence a ommends an improvement in
ccndete of te public cn- te foo7 from "the general fare pf
science' they stand in mute bread, bologna and black coffee."
testimony deuliction of duty the elmination of one station.
on -the the comnAssioners (Hyde Park). more cleaning equip.
of olice, pth and fire depart, meant, a system fcr treating ver-
mnInts." min-lpfested prisoners, an end to
Thfat w 1947W the communal tit drinking cup
T a and development of a regular cam-
g e provemeat naign for washing walls and ceil-
NeW thl^ nation reports that
lockup e. ousb here have "vast- The western diamondback rat-
ly hapro ..-with more improve, tier probably kills more people
ments in In the two ydars fol than an other United States
lowing inititl report than in snak6 says the National Geo-
15 previA ar-.lthough "much graphic Society.
pr e ld still------ be made." -
rheas tien said its purpose
is not to e prisoners or even
to bet em, but to sectre
"toferan humane treatment"
for CRtIS gained in police jails.
Eugen Zemans, exeeuive dt-
reeter-of Howard pointed ou.t
that mos* the persons housed
in police t as are not barened
crinmnal, minol
charged d.sponloi
them *re in jail awaiting disposi-
tion pf charges involving city or-
dinattle or traffic vlolatio,.
Heisald the initial survey showed,
that ne of the main reasons New
yo*r Jails cculd maintain excel-,
lent, nditlons was the policy of
nt'!r,. SuiSu ay'and holiday court
sessm. This shortened the length
ete eton, lShtening the bu r-
den of lockup k'epers.
"in 1947, all but day court sesa-
,_;ions were illegal in. Cbicag. In
1952 a law was pass legalizing
zigbh, Sunday and holiday-sessions,
impO tant reason for the impro
meat in local lockup emigti
% oe p aid ass eo ation r ee ft ,
.t uly Nbw York an.
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To Laf Aflee n a rnic ..200


To Lo Angees and San Francisco ....$270.00
To Sott t ........................$365.00 |

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14"7 esser, be- males, $25. Call 88-452, Ua rters or Pedro Miguel, 4-567,_7
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P hp 3-2834. condition. FOR SALE: Kodak 8-o d ak8 e S
'. p'-m: 2- camera, new, $560 (was $ 1 ; P R El:-u mt Twobed ;
S" 2 t1 1, Room KODASCOPE 16 mm. movie pro-: Chalet at Migtie A. Paredees Strieet N-
9- j ctor, new, $120 (was $162.6).* # 26. Golf H#ights. Phone 3-3605. ad
Coss Admirooo, next to the Lottery A--M V% tu 2e "
Wlspoes. A6ENCIS raoo e Building. . ro eSt" *g fort .
3 B Etfl lotofandr on6el *----- 'sni" wh S -Ellst i graph p hnle with records, $200 N o4 m ", 73y^rV tlO o
groWv'at El Cangrejo Vol- teq commercial secretarial PhonM 83-4.)s F UC o
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P o l.0 ure meters, Ap- l uge. Wri (only)- mng full FOR SLE:- wo male A.K.C. B9 dIninlt I
ptOWm 9000 Sq. Ft. Priced to deta lt as to explrirnce, miry de- pups. Call' 2.3r14. .M.SAno Bor g0 m d.~ a
L. sel withoul middlemen. Call Panra- ,i iet 'in d lmn * me 9-1 o.0 :h. P 1. &,ition with Dod co.er.now $170 (wavs218.50); FOR RENTl adt l et
L oncrete house, 2 itor- salary to right pers. JOYERIA KODASCOPE 16 mm. movie pro- ou. -,l'* -tr i
MRS. r2u rad.r Valued TAHII~M~r trsa1 l Ave. jec now $120 (was $162.261., lpIot) I lstr, wor f
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ay of the remarks |ates a to their ta a ny *]gIA[I, Nov. 30 (UP)--Dr. Espo~a, house before Juan Francra, U IV. WhIm D.c.
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-School, Bloom- "-"" ~ cratious. The demonnwr..w,, 5wil l p. we,V disnll t*- "ais hi sm'd.waa picking up.'her cards a. 1ol!. .: ; ". / .i
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vd[qi and -is st*oto- I Mms.Rivardoxde lIsGuardia was.Aferth, 9 r' t u al1, re-- dT'kphd e r, otI lendl
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Hirseh, a ative f Trenton,
JI,, said the o m Cm-mIu0lt h
everlew waa the- man who ma
tied bIb a"bter-btaw.. He said i
did not know the studemto oal
by Kumaing as party member
were ouuutls..Rle did adi
&sat Iekeu war present at Uth

Long a& ment ofl the part
membans .N the campus carrie
Communist cards because "the
were coms ered eolih, since e
knew each ot*&."
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WT& ler t ary ars opeof c cov5n0nly rook Irthe tiny sloop in tow and
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a.t t, ,^, ne ermance by aRmarbs le Mrs. Davison left New York
iais p nt a hddw MeMaippl Gd'e te e hat is about an there ls earlier ths month to sail alone
e. (Oi- -R-o e.in e w Een St.Lou to the play-talk .down the East Coast of the
S ad Cicinati. The "Golden Unite State to Florida.
Sr" 's the liat th dtive show. Thbs may the start of some- 8he arrived at Miami Aug.12.
.tbei -a, lathe r" te. o tli ns Arthr, wo boto pro-r9- e a awr er Atlantic cro .sVai
er ad ather d ues od stars In for which iok year and oere
l"a--ltewboatm m- a aty, wtao beldren, "No School Todv," over 9,000 mues. During the cruise,
L -- nch o ..e eii Ap C-Radio, is goiun tp a ll chil- she rode out gales which reach-
r. tuh.il^Ban. 7I-M flt jg.rraj dren's records. He'li lea- off with ed 60 miles per hour in velocity.
e was ,,mVe, ,ascinatg. Her craft ran nto a storm off
. I. Aud started etmng menae# ords which ranmatize history for the Virginia coast Sunday night
a d .."......... !ouren nd apparently wan disabled s o
SOver te yer, he played in He y be the first s jockey, that rs. on was unable
such showboat staples as "Ames, junior grade, to continue her trip.
he Switchman's Daughter,a" ut. . . .. . .
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Mrs. Remon said: "I take this
oppotunity to reiterate to you
In the name of the Naon Red
Cross InDaittion, Whl I have
the honor of presiding, and -In
the name of the'board at direc.
tor. our sincere aclmowledie.
meant and gratitude for yo r
splendid assistance and coopera
tion in the recent disasters as a
result of the Chorrto fire and
the floods in the Province of ChL.
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ter thanked the ARC for sending
water puariftdy vials during the
lood8 which struck that ,area in
the aftermath of hurricane
storms last October.
"We thank .you cordially for
your generous collaboration in
sending this chemical water
purifier which we will place in'
the hands of the unitaryt au-
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The 195445 Panama Professional Baseball sea-
-w~ officiallyKan s y Franchienigt
overflow crowd is expected takes his place on the mound PHILWDLPmA, Nov. 3D (UP)
1the panana olympl sand pitches to battery-mate Hal The PennAlvania Athletic
6 or aor pre-.amecr NaragOn. It will be the first time Comm an h uape de Joey
and to witness hP inau" tat 46 34A League battery has Olardello of Philadeipla ,Rhe
. b.twem....t .I apered Panama in a regu- top-ranking Mddlewigh. con.
Yankm and th lar Po League game. tender. ChMan Fra~k W. ,lanta
the l s enthua- an s and smoker pilot St an- I lar elip "o lears imaf" of ih
fan will bo*rg= leu Josel fordG Gt nav l l announced chaa that be beat a g aso ng
r.e one who. for tomorrow but the' sgame: h-with a crutch. 17 ter ,
iped VANEUS Wiener made this statement
av Milton Gralf 2b "The.Commisslon do4 n0t con-.Colopen.Tn
agr a Bud HardiJ a s done hoodlumd bare onarimr be 17, ank aC&
wa o nt t e et play Howard betllps rf rowdylsm"e ls a parta f an, L
So o evnI Oil DickensIf l rsmslensd by it. "we wisht-additionalweek's
hatItoo Fred Marolewoki lb p arany Ifeensee who raw so 90 t thher a1ust be colpe
he recti'str Spider Wilhelm 3b afoul of the law that his licensees by SuPWa .vapiag, Zkw
One .I Ray D&bek.Pa. .....are ..follows:.
or both teams- ave William Harris p Howard Shorlta d P Ie-yearl de

a tied the l car owa of usan dollrball. He w b urdle .v. Charles Ba
last sesUofl a Bobby Prescott lf walking ch crutches aq a restDlt
ar' f player Joe Tuinil f of a knee'ament alt the time of ahnCrocker L0wis -
Vajo 2an a l Nbra n cs th e a lleeg e d a tta c k .a O ~t e M M c
Gitr lias rlolb

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~L I -Manqiete d 2.40. ando possitbl ha y e a ueola wdhoa w lly 7 2 0 t itS #n a
,ci on Preside ,lt am Sd Qurnlela: Wielm 30 o Mautlete) St llc e team, with DonM e as v Gantp ..............68 4 01-aRtso.
r yesterda-'s meetTngj *6** aseag r' Amesicakn hraith I p hia ...... 44o w m:he usph ---a*uhi
do 60110t5 e .tt i e- aoc Paul Mo1 l as manager. 111l COr bebrevoked ......hltlbt,
bet a tomorrow I FFTii RACK rn has a team which -e will cn tg Card.......2 8 0 oran4eso~ h
t Ns1 group had mvet te -Cormorant Cy, 2.40. talboa rt.C. eless or Ii-tN a ebut. tne Paas.Pitsurg t00Cagi M ontrfethle e
Ohfial- sranero r ed Pothor Ia selea3ted by for his Geny 16m w hoiuI dt-OllrwiforD7 ofh
my ifot' the a he e To Cna4at-6ranerrl) eam.hardie et r own, who nto zbf- a n C a I4Linntege W Le s1 3A aa an ,21s the C al
wie dp d .f ptoom u aerthe wanntam Cherqlet beam llp to e tteaae w I thaw ithe .1 they a r A s in the draw a a o
l 1 oo ut -F oR a few yearu ago hasfi enterd amsayWe elome thema5 rs..Ounsuccessftly te eaoRrarwl"e
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