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:
AA00010883:00588

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The &dl4hnd eltlas' who astermind the -efficient traff1e w .colleagues in the CX
I known as the Mlrafiores Bridge have REALLY g0.ot some- edtnmand will be given the
this time. SOnp loeI who are resident here and thereby goI effect a merger the
S'lty 4th the n Cana. l Company's public. and CIO's 15,000,0 S w eu
Setlc wind believe this one. I am Inclined to doubt Then, within a month
it myself, even tough I was among 450 to 500 people effectively CI% convention dout
-md one of the most wondrous temper teasers yet devised Im Car and 4
y vePle nams Canal traffic control -speciaisat. lethe AftLO *4..
started out with the innocen2intenflton of making a Bun, Sill Slaenitoler and n te
dsl afternoon visit to Fort Kabb, and now that I am back h a t
died out d cooled down, I contemplate with awe and an their the iren h
I ility the effectiveness with which control tower person to on owing
1 epan inconvenience the general public even tho h ham- The. C10's s nlatrntio nt- .
pe? by having only a mingle bringe'span to play. wit ens and its hundreds of L.i In-
dustiial Union Councils l ust
)n week daTys the rule Is to open a second span Ssof the moto te 4 e daa all
bride within a minute or two of closing the first pa. This become Aile "t l
s an accumulation of several hundred cars waiting to dro aCti* apnd y 'tals. ae
n.sd hour on a schedule that assures that the bridge will e llniaWtt thpq e ptials .. th I W th



g the week day forty minute 4elay with oly one bridge planned now, the
S spaw to awing. li-ve plac ~i~'~u'u-he;


s ndto the redit osp.lay this inventive personal nel that they This an be done either by he
ba 4een able- to olrcome the rious eand, complex oe tackle bVi members who have long
-fl y thse delay is now maaffic es I learsd un day, Is -really tup.o active labor leado. -
,-Iee, a nd could have been used for ye ar a nd years. ens ple O esident -m .us 0h -
.enrt to the Pacific and then an4 you don't have to g, lfuUeas ig the nuahber of onLbal seems to mnege more ever been aross tg wltehs, and hem a aaconversth a al
ev.* go and talk with, om of e other people In the council seats, bores round than f early, and preceeds. to indoct f easa la time. h l havew yeed are points, Wi SlO t
f a1 stald cars. SPAtWAS LEFT OPEN UNTIL A Aav icetSdnele I have become cne of them. Eedeker *Mur a Paris of view stated a fact, in loud, -? Se.
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TIay co hae usat be en Ilemnd lSt.n ha w y, as P-reha ll al tp hactive labre- a the yf4-. c u' ...t.-e -a hT.- h"te r :
A etto ou,. thetdel a erisnimi I ret est s o te p foor e Mt ch$n&. 'm ;ke t 'retftle
l and ou d hatveb een e. for es a nd a Syears. a. suh .a pr eseai. .- l? ,_.th -... .tro "., 1.I m, nA, ,,s .. ertg
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the AFL ann CIG Specal__ unity a ; on time. It is curious, but the weather, but m ye it is, a Is the wars" and that is I at the ea t-ya
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bakea mittees.fhe AFL aome~oit% o e,
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the .sa ti t ma. on thVt happ s in a m. .

cofTples ,atte and couldn't be thally
S.rus."Thed. ebtn the 4- FLn aaond CI-O"dt i. I .... .....'tao
S. leaders be Ina .Vienna thoqiis.e-a- .t do-s"'t have a r ho ncepo."t.he" r
4 rfortauhl session of WASHINGTON-(NEA) The 'The speelfie Salist chaste, en ance power*--not, 4g do apesn't have a chanc.1"
Confederation of auano ri 1y yak-yak q Israeli that "h .U. : ).' ovith eiit i0 t 0 y Warp, like a' DlQ ie stat
tare ade1 ems., carrying them,.and Ard. .nda exchangesio a ,spcatoirvg 1--ae who lieb.eb ine -. the a a avs. .
'a. thmr .Kune. TheB the summer t th mniO es reached a e.!d ,networkoal.., cidentally Britain, Fraie mud yeam, and probably :,b-b
.." the oit ratifyi n s ree t .? the U. .. ta" alliaces-ll e luding' the U .m s ..a ,.g.g--" there five er t,, m e. m e "
S. t. ... joa ratiyingLse.sus, e e,,, e.I 2-The ,vision of economic fned flas Ist u. ,, ne rteted, or in a #., ;
-l.ight be held Chicago the third The l. g.s.infgee among aid AND AR Sto Arab states..." other ea siA. No uc evrse or th. .-.
w".k iw n hsen e .the AFL'o nston offi- g guarantees have been gihes t, the "I worked In .thel and
.a W s and lie only basis for this ra Arab state when these s who y .l ,r
'Ath.Wo e re, ,,1._wq r out a he fact that for the la sv-. "when the entered the.au sttes
.. expected Ut-_ l ii -t_.. the dele- al- years, the U. S. has The of.athe .omi g for sre.-. -olmn
o at least ugh. there honeymoon ties candidates and kuamk nas "reimbursarbles the -tA
..i.?. ._RlpI.t. Zo; -- L and CIO th, .Rtru.b ana. a agreements" with Egyp, Israel is .r er,' m3bhdm gave but o I .
working out postrmarital T ir a '* s bated on a tastt they ca b sta te r dher l, customers.ai 'W
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She irieW "rhcuee "lead-
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the proseeation said the youth
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Musto sat ple and nervous -in
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and 'aoteab" rribleT Para isu
rox-Adrew skdMuson
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volved in the cout movement and nted at the Parlso8 S0eIe
was very anxious to obtain badges Center Friday by the Paralso
for his distinction as leader of fi: MUlMl- -Aid Club.
I atrl" uest artist on the program
On the night of May 15, Fox. wil be Mrs. Avinal Ward, au4
Andrews alleged, Mussof rode his Ms. Evelyn Ford,; who huaa mad
bicycle to the house where Miss several accessful appearance
Lloyd lived with another elderly on the CFN talent show, will be
spinster, Mi' Beryl. Gifford, who among the contestants.
suffers lm arthritis "and is part- .A 'spokesman for the Mutual
1y deaf. I Aid Club said the talent program
Miss Lloyd was called to the will be different from other,
door and stabbed 259 times, the pro- presentations of this nature.
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Never know where radio will' .. '
take you. Blanchke Thebom, the- b
Net's glamorous mezzo-soprano, -4;
landed in Iceland last .suimer be-
cause of radic. Sbems'the Iceland i
era had been bombarded by Sov- 1 ;.M
jet Russia's cultural propaganda
radio, and, to counteract this, .
some leading citizens decided to
'Invite an American singer. i
The Reykjavik Music Club sug-
gested Miss Thebom, because she i .
n heard f-equenLiy on NBC's ,W-.er_. :R ,
telephone Hour," which n B:C'e- Wa.ter B1l eWR Tnhe
how reaches Iceland. She was ain-, a yp
vited, sang two concerts, but came
-- -w. y without, a souvenir. more remunerative and I like mon-
She generally buys souvenirs ey therefore I like bepg in musl-
_aand d the proprletrejs of her caLs,.
S tel where se could get a pair The Slezaks are something of
X.f silver earrin the lady ware, astrology students, ant Walter
iSacvee these particular earrings wculd prefer that me stars guar-
ed very Icelandic In spirit, anteed l moves through the the.
bought them," the lady told atricil w6rld.
SThebom, 'n Allentoun, Pa." *
.. I "My wife." he says, "is the sor-
0t should be delightful news ceress. She summons the stars and
body who owns airline stock. they give me the good or bad
"Down YouGc" is about set news."
move from thicago to New .
ok, the MC of the Du.-ont quiz, In "Fanny," he plays an cld
2 %rgen Lvais, will have to fly man who cannot have children,
biStcok and forth each week between and eventually les. 'This doesn't
.? his Chicago -home and his New sound like a happy part, but some.
Ycrk studio. And one of the new how Slexak end-'ws ,he character
r parneliqts on the show will be Nor:-'with a great deal of comedy.
airt Wiener, who' lives in Bnston
and will have to fly down from "Dying a sterile olj man every
thern each week. A heavy fog- night," he- savs, "doasn'l bother
aud the program's shot. me, because I'm happily married
,-. and I have three 'lovely children.
Both Evans and Wiener are ccel- 0-'.-'" e it rilift, si'.ce I take
..'tege professors--Evans at North- my parts to heart. When I waj
'western and Wiener at MIT. .u.n., -..y 'Iwtee AnIel.' I played
SS.e*%ry viewers may yet have to a criminal and I went around pick-
to home work. Ing pockets."
This is baritone David Atkin-, Siczak had te grow a beard f'r
son's deser!ploan of a couple he "Fanny," wji-h1 ple:rccs his wife
knows: "Re-bas 'a strong will and but not him. "I gre'v it t look
she has a weak won'L." ul'n Ie'., he E n. "r,-d. three's
--- nothing more cligulf!el t'-rn a
Walter Slesak, on stage !n "Fan- beard. But it effects my casting
n)," seem to radiate kindness. |habits. Minestrone gets caught
lie's a big, gcod-iumnred man, "n it."
oe of the most capable actors, .---
eurrently plying that trade. It's Tl-e Jaelde Gler.sn show, over
nice to report that he's just as CBo-TV, will lay hcrt to the wir.
gcod.humnored off-stage. 'netr of NEA's natiL'nal Little Pe-
In fact, Slezak is one of.the best p e's Christmas Coloring Contr-t
natural humorist round theselon Dec. 18. Th;q lucky v.wnner w:il
days, He has a knack of s aying blethe be!e clorer
futinnvY thing; automaticallyU. As ex- anywhere, anjibe -2s ith'- IV -an
amples, consider these witticisms, I pearaace, he (or she) will vet to
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UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
( Griat White Fleet
New Orleans Serice Arrives
SCristobal
S.S. "MAFALDA" ................................ 10
*S.$. "YAQUt ....................................Dee. 11
,.S. "TRAJAN" ............................... .... Dec. 16
*'S. "MORAZAN" .......................... Dec. 18
S-5, "AVENI .. ... ...... .............. ..... Dec. 23
1 S.0. "HIDBUNIAS" ..............................Dee. 25
S Haanding Refrigrated Chilled and General Cargo


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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York,. New Orleans, Los Angeles, SawFrua com
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many and Pussia as that i Reussit
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tm the father of the Los AnK. f ear greater
geles smog. We have a lome there .W e& d fr ra a'
and you shwild a-) the Sttff I tHm n the W renj
burn-everything bt'tty mother-1I "8fP ru -,
in-law. She -isn't caiblm imnlbl." AybtS 14
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time, and he has a fine reason for, 'ffaf .a An Aui oar
goin0 into a musical. _
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ataai ta ly Gretha's ix in front of the 's s t
flate r at wee In iva. Co r C .
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it Skr.. -atlon of PlroJa- a o wi th e o t te to, th a b
of Mr. and Mrs. Hatns ottaN. be al
.at thsel o thel Mns. ;Robert Prolr,a the co1- U'I "n mur
Armed Foree Serviceelmnt0_4r, stressed me Importa. Heightts '..a
o o ror as well a; gorgeous Sab- Abe will-_be aasgtpd by Mrs. JAr-
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14t1a, ded a reception tender. Mrs. Mildred. Geni played a iI keep in_ g ,,'Ms-
Mrs. Janowlta. variation of -selections 1roughout SOn, the program will be eM-*
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Togd. The styles emphasized the f 'A metote college Cub
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faster of cere s,. Rev. Alex-
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sard CM Brockman, di th air for
195; Theodore F. Hot v i ce
chairman; Robert C. Woraley,
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Complete assort1 rnt of Ial prices with m y unusual and educational


TRAINS: AMERICAN FLYER complete assortment of sets at all price.
as well as pcessories and equipment. The train that not only look"
real but sounds real. (Sale Models)
GILBERT CHEMICAL, TOOL & ERECTOR SETS: Assorted sets to meet
your price demands
"* HQBBISI: ItHes and more yet' to come
BECQRA~NS: UNUSUAL ITEMS of quality that can be used over and
over $ ,after season.
* ," A PPLJ4 S OF ALL- T PS: Mixers, (many types) Vibrators, Fans,
, ii Hair P Tble Lamps,-. Radios, etc., et _
H COMFO E FOAM' RBBER MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS:
l.e tq yet lit quality .
SE* ItfNES A.l ite trfmmings .
COLtMA LANTERNS & STOVES for your country home.
FAMOU FULLER BRUSHES: Special Seasonal Offer, Haliibra
Bqtt pbres of- Fuller are always treasured gifts that last.
SPECIAL FAMILY OIFT OFFER ON TWO SIMILAR ITEMS
(Half what you spend.on his/her brush allowed off prde of yours)
ELECTROLUX CLEANERS: Second to None and a long traMre ~it
ELFCTROLUX FLOOR POLISHERS (possible to use as floor sande
too) simple easy to de, ask the man who has one
ELECTROLUX REFRIGERATORS for.-Uversal Electric, Oas, aor
S*Kerosepe. Houisehid s izs or CommerciaL 'Outlast% othi s wtI
S'movir parts to go bad .-
HEARIN EARS AAIN would make somebodyspecial,
All she, prices, and variety as well asthe new traasistW
do away.with troublesome batteries and hih costs of operflh
also in various sizes, etc.)'

IF IT IS SOMETHING NOVEL AND DIWFSS
YOU WANfDCOME SEE US.
Pai n a visit Iftit is eye agfve us a smile, te r
so we'll give yoa one bak at no charge.

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, Saturday: 4 12 n-on
SPe AveMe Tel. 311W
11 block ftoa Lus Thsatre


TALLER TRAS R 3
BAXTEBt. 8. A.
General Repair, tune upl
(last service i all worir
guaranteed. 'Day & Night).
C. #ALDRIP. N
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CASA ZALDO
Central Ave. 140
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 3 Lottery PlasZ
FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fourth- of Jmuy 4. -


FOR SALE
Automobile
FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super con-
vertible, good condition, w/radio.
Can be financed. Qtrs. 2179, Apt.
A. Phone 83-4242. Sunday 12'-6
p.m.; Monday-Tuesday all evening.
FOR SALE:-Station Wagon, 8-pas-
senger, 1950 Plymouth, condition
excellent. $1275. Can be financed.
Quarters No. 64, Albrook AFB. Tel.
Albrook 6190. '
FOR SALE:-1947 Mercury in excel-
lent condition. Call 2-2719, Mes-
ser,. between 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: --1947 Kaiser, excellent
transportation. Best offer. Quarry
Heights 4149, duty hours. ,
FOR SALE:- 1951 Sunbeam-Talbot
sports sedan. A real bargain. Call
86-3198.__
FOR SALE:-'48 Chevrolet converti-
ble, radio, heater, defroster, $475.
Call Balboa 2-4248.
FOR SALE:-1954 Buick, brand new.
4-door. Inquire at SMOOT & PAR-
EDES, Mr. Perigualt. Phone 2-2600.
FOR SALE :-Due to urgent trip 1 951
Mercury in perfect condition. 48th
Street No. 27. Bella Vista.

Position Offered
WANTED: Secretary for English-
Spanish dictationr, filing and gener-
al office work. Apply personally at
Hipman; S.A., Via Espana No. 1.


41h Radar Warning


cr een Proposed

Wokr A* Canada
W:A -Dnee. 7 (UP)
anada and lb-'united States
uay bUlW a0'ft radar warning
'reen aOfr I Caidian arctic
rlaads fiem Aftaa to Greenland,
U. S. Ai Fdree liaison officer
icated today.
Brigt, Gen. James C. Jensen, 46,
ho recently was named to act as
ak'0 eaflerei setwoen the UA.f


.:..' ..I.- 1 I feremce-he lavcred-tfe idea on the
'-" (0 Dte add doslewek),A premise that "the closer' you get
iM5ln r(nit ew it eeiane to the rascal, the better It will
be."
Abo services In: X-ray Surgery .
Periodentf and Children Dentistry. The fourth line would be north
,bone, faama. (28) 2-2011 Irf the Distant Ear ly Warning.
Inu. : s.r dme. 'i(DEW) line now B ed. Thbe
atrrV: a.,m. out-2p.m. to .nd-Caada c b bUlt by
'.. C-4. da whit e D Wft t by the
f .te d States, yill ut across the
-northern m arts of the prairie pro.
ne The tfirt line ore0l5 in
WA ACCEPT dute in southietCanaa.

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refrigerator or stove
In any condition in
'ezxange for a ne*
one..


Sfust call
3-019-3-0908


ECONOGAS
34th Street


Sailngs_ I

yae oU Governor-elect
state of Jlorida and Rep.
id


Diibd delays 'ijKericas which
I ns printedan t~(lm4; Charlp qW.
Bmith, chlnrman of the In-er-
Aieican advisory Committee
and Mrs. Smith and Charles V.
Ausley, loeal advr aa; 4 Mrs.
Aualey.

Pnam (Candl Has

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A total of 13 positions m
presently availablI n the Pan-
S Canal Sopide scording to
e list of .vagancies contaied
Sttranatr vacancy bulletin
Sthis weei by the Peron-


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No.34


MISCELLANEOUS


JOHN J. MOSES
First class. piano tuning, voicing,
action regulation, repairing. '.
Ancon. C.Z. P.O.
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical ClInIC,
209 Central Avenue, beside Capito-
lai Theater. Phbne 2-3479. Day-
Night service.


FOR SALE

FOR SALTE:-Scooter $3; bike,'14-in.
wheel base $10; jee $7.50; 60-
cycle record player $2.50; horse on
wheels $7.50. Phone 2-3143.
House 5512-A, Diablo.


FOR SALE:-Baby buggy, table radio,
'41 Plymouth convertible, '39 Ply-
mouth coupe. Call 6-520.
FOR SALE: '52 Chevrolet 4-door
deluxe- 1 salt water rod and reel;
1 30-66 Remington rifle. Mod. No.
721. Call 2-4259 after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-25-cycle washing ma-
chine motor $20; kitchen clock $3.
Call Ft. Clayton 5247.


FOR SALE:-2 large.aquarium tanks
$20; 1 girl's bicycle, 20-in. wheels,
A-1 condition $25. House 1506-A,
Govilan, Balboa. C.Z.. Akee Street.
LOOK! TERRIFIC BARGAIN:-Speed
Graphic comera 31/4 x 4%,., all and
every accessory. New condition, less
then half the price. Coll Balbwo
2-4274 evenings.

LOST & FOUND'
LOST:--Pair of child's glasses, pale
blue frame and case. Child'urgently
needs them. Please leave at main


Terorists Shoot

Customs Offcer

In M ght Bhaffle.
BELFAST, Northern I r el a n d,
Dec. 7 -(UP) -Unknown terror-
It- believd to be members of
putlalpm rslb' RepubUiair Ar-


UVIWU^P WUU,!,a. y.
Police sai-turoer signalled a
truck coming from the northern
Ireland side of the border to step
as it approached the frontier post.
The truck drove on past his sig-
nals;, they said and when he
drew his gun ar h iref bullets hit
him In the aqmaack Several'men
jumped from the trtk, which
was believed to be.earrying ille-
gal arms and aauunitjpja and
ran across .he. botr lt6 Eire.
Turner's eeaditlaewas ported
to be "serious."
The IRA were responsible for
tWe gun battles ith British troops
earlier this 'year when raiding
parties attiplt&. to enter two
barracks 9aVki I weapons. In
each case W'aider-s withdrew
after a pitched battle with British
troops, and several of them were
later arrested.


ly resolve
'ame worn
experience
and condi-.
youngstert
Sassets, but
conclusion
,-and expe-


'T first quarter ended with
the.LC leading 11-10 and both
t..mu Wlayni reful ball.
*..f'j 4A0#i.five started period


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SHRAPNEIL fulnished houses on
beach at lS nta Cla. Telephone
THOMP I ,aBolbo IT772, eve-
nings.. .


WILLIAMS' Santa Clair Beach Cot-

PhiliL Ocott, Smote

Gromlich Santa Clara each Cot-
taoes. o"lern convenfites, mod-
erate ots. Phone Goo. 6-441
FOSTER'. o m mile past

Santo rates. Phone
Balboa 2,Ta..


FOR RENT: Completely furnished
chalet: Living room, doing room, 2
be&dooms, kitchen garage, yard.
Miroflores (Trans-stbmiian), house
No. r26. Phone 2-3331.
FOR RENT:--Comfortaber 3-bedroom
chalet: Living room, dining room,
porch, furnished. 7th Ave. No. 5,
Si Franciscor Phone 3-9554.


FOR RINT


Aprtumeiit
ATMINTION L. I. Jut builn modem
furnished apartment tnie, two
bedroom. hot. cold waelr. -Tel-
e. phone Panama 3-4S419 'I
FOR RENT: JUnfurnmhed oprt-
ments. 2 bedrooms, maias room,
sittina-dining room 2 baths, porch,
kitchen, garage, $100, at Bello
Vista. N. Obarrip StrAit No. 23/-See
De Costro, Avenue 'B' 'No. 24,
Phone 2-1616 Poojta. ,"
FOR RENT: 2-bedoom eaMrtment,
ground floor: Funishedl$95, un-
furnished $75. Inspected, cool andr
spacious. Parking spac. Inqire
43rd Street NO. 58.
FOR RENT:-Aportmqnt': ree bed-
rooms, spat Iur livit-diling roam,
kitchen, paItry, garage, hot water,
furnished or. unfurnished. Also 2-
bedroon.i partment: Living-dining
room, kchen, laundry room, yard.
Inquire XC as a CeJntral," 'tolivar
,Avenuwj 26. Coton. ;


FOR REt
,ment.


)-bedroom apart-
is.
hed one-bedroom
garage. 168 Via


FOR RENT: l-.urnished a"rtment,
ail screened save, Frigidoire.
Via EspanA. -before Juan
Frorno. .
FOR ENT:-- it: 5 i t t i n g
o two c-,lwng dining room,
prlvalit bth o .hen, Eigth Street
No. 11,31 Lefevre.
FOR RENT:- furnished apartments:
2 bedrooms V ; also one bedroom
$65-$75.P -e3-1648.,
FOR RENT: plex apartment, El
Congrib6: ~ rooms, Wid's room
and bath'; dry, caro, $125
month. 'nat 39th t. # 34.


Fully ft7mished,
rvilelles. Ave.
d Street, Bella

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FOR RENT!
offices or

FOR REkt:
five. Cunr


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FOR SALE': Ss),
ref r ie -
fect Phone

FOR SALE:--cng-
house ref 2563-D,
Cocoll or Or :I k 198.
FOR SALE:-B.b .1 nttres.
high chair, 4' ,:'ulumtnum
stroller. folding fedi
chairs, cabinet for' iQrW, metal
sink, wooden tobl.t (voil builizes),
mahogany ais l.Cthi closet
( with etc.1'kltf t Wf r- Mouse
547. Corozal Ptiphat Mad. Phone
2-2746.
FOR SALE:-Eay SpInWer washer
25-cycle. g i 'coalt;.' $100.
House 212-A, Ioerln Place (Fish
Bowl) Afw *t :


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WxelANtr I RI Y Five well-known locai.e.ucat- lAs a. -- -"

oCvie n Cuamllan mbo 4 68, atl o n, copes dI which Latvia
morie ImnaaI. I have st -been received. on the .
W ANTEDmTOr-- I.sthm u s. F oar of the 1ive *-are
WNF .:- stov n l ohe canal Zone schos ha appeared in earlier editions to appear i *.
excellentcondit In. Ft. Kpbbe 4203. system. Two Canal Zome Wachera a Who J4n Aean
WANTED:-VWashinl machine motor, He -the list is Sigurd E. pear n the est edition, t o It Ha07 p
"4-hor power 5-cyce. Balboa ESer,superIntendent of th Ca- first time that teachers bave educational fec&t
-2670. 'nal schools. The present been so honorn,7 They Are 8u- institute of inter Amei .
------ ------- edition Ihe first since he be- bert TarbytM,-dinrecor of a.- talra In Panama.
e .. d. ..came .sertintepdent last year m.a and speech for the Canal
F Sthoa wetiou Canal ZoneOn aWho Who In i
S.y- "S superititents have been lit h ng WV .tUead t o-fbecattona whlue l Pn
RKlvpllft aed. j,.unor Cooft iDepatment ofeatluiwcgh. I oz tnof
Roger C. Hackett, deah of the or n eprinf t N gapto ry r
FOR SALE: -Twbedroom ottagt Canal Zone Junior Colle e, .is nent ed Sators of t:h
furnished end landwop, et Santo ,11o listed In the Who's Who. He The fifth IsthaIlan educator states and Canada: -
Clara near beh BlI' 3050.
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lsado in the feature.
Persian Confftess and
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4ihore field,
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I rte Bflmpago n 8ttdsar and
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s8cythi won her lUt two starts
easy fashion with Alelandro
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r tomorrow, in the saddle. Scythia
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; under 110 -- six less than V
Vulcanlzado wound u fourth
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and many other Roman r ecthng the "litt le
ber 8 Is the big day and pa f. restrictions on raUio
option. The minors, holding their an-
k management will join iint in Housto,' t .
horse racing fans an eO- ments to the major-minor leaue
which features the $65 .9 cement -- saeng t aon
forbidding the malof8t au-.
for Class C and D import- moing either A. br .4st
ngs. or tele iasts of bi ikes
Into minor-leagpte Joe.
do to a four-length victory in The minors claim those. air-
the $1,500 Cuerpo de Bomberos wave shows are "killing" attend-
(Firemen's Classic), will again aces In the minors,. and declare
he aboard "Cholo" JAlmeef that restrictions must be passed
stout-hearted Chilean horse, before the whole minor- sague
Persian Countess finished structure is wrecked.
third behind Relampago II and But the majors, meeting in
Valley Star he previous time out joint session of the American
and on this occasion will be un- and National Leagues toda-y,
der the light impost 'of only 105 aren't expected to agree.to go a-
)ounds, with bustling llas Or- lonj. Even minor leagIl offw-
tea in the saddle, olai attending the tonltaveI
Kiloce turned in a poor per- don't hold out mueh hope of
fermance Sunday ,under a list- getting the restletions- pa Id.
less ride. The same Jockey, Hee- The minor leaguers d6 have
tor Rutz, will be handling his more hope that another amend-
reins again. ment they passed will be accept-
ed-ohe that sets specific ees
Nesscliffe, who is reportedly the majors would have to pay in
not yet ready for a creditable stingg up working agreements
performance against such tough witn Ieams in the lower minors.
competition a* he'll be meeting, l'tha would include a $1,00 to
will be making his local debut,0 fo tar making the apSe-
Humberto as will ride the &nt, p a 100 mlaipm fee
Irish-bred ph nut horse. to Ilyer the naor lague
Na other Inwesting races team caid up from ae t ore,
included dn a well-bIlanced plus some h pying the
W. manager'ss saar any in paying
autrltibr
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L4 -r W the smog* In bloth
League on expanon
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"wettrd h' race between the
two .crulta to ee which one
vurt4 place 1 team i LOS An-
P flyaers geles or Bann .nesco first,
Sete b without expanding
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De. 8 at 4:0 p.M, Players to --- .
rVtat Little Lae Park. Pund
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Th the Puerto Rican will
be at the Panama ym at 4:30-
.m. and he -. windup his
trainin schedule Friday at the
Ft. Kobbp gym.
Meanwhile, TessU has kept '
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shr than he was wn.he .,
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Sonny Leon letM a month? wi tb,
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Tes knows ht Rosa-Berro as r. eihtoUfR Baby
Ia an experience battlert who aw h t ht. round 147-
knows his wayqvuik aod a the pound at"- n .
roped square andat will be taking .
no chances against the Mander, Cartos Wan kl Hanklnd
sted among Rosa-Berrio's Barrows ur-round
victims are Bill Besslo, Pat Mar- 135-pound ma elllnarY and
tune, Jose Vaneg, Earl Hilton. Baby. U es Juan Sala-
Dave Rollins, co Garoia and zar ia the pentig bout of the
Ritchie Crump, N evening, -_
The other three outs oi the Adm Us rIn range from
program are Bt yprospectives one dollar for general ad-
thrillers. Promoter lcaaor Dos- mission to $..tMree dollars) for
man has broutht together a reserved ihgideo eats.


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1-Pilncel Agul. 112 -UsIUlly oW.e up S-1 .. .. r sn thafhru
2-V. Darling L. Crial. 120 --an't to aw lowqr 3-1 _leiit fielderBobbhtP
3-Chely R Orte. 103 -Good Warly e 5.1 TODAY- AST A lid
4-Chucunaque 0. Graell 113 -adffor p b% 5-1 TODAY- LAST, ,PAYI.. ri Ea
5-Rose .. e C ngo.,4 -Ussu a eualy 10-1 a, Il ,
(---Prestl o R... tS. n118 me8nd 0-1. 3 d:S0j 6155, ISa Ith h
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--(Piiuse v. CMu. --Imnggyin sow.y 111'

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r Moris'. team It was Jim
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Herb ta"u and Wl-1llack-
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and because of lateness this
game w *l- de pyied off at the
end of e season High" men
wr Herb tboum with 29
points and fWPlkaby'a teat
Ioe HamfnegA with 13 and Rl-
cardo Reyo *ith- 11.


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Agul. 114 -M t improve more
M. Zeba. 110 --In favorite distance
R. L. Gil 108 -Needs more distance
A. Vas. 116 --Lgst aretealing
V. Custi. 118 -Rateas. chance
J. Gongo. 118 .-F at getaway
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B. Agul. 113 -ahould beat these
C. Chavez 115zl--0ood early speed
H. Reyes 108 --.lkes salort route
J. Gongo. 108 -Ran wll' n last
R. L. Gil 118 --Usually unpredictable
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J. Cado. 110- -Long hot pob-1
Gongo. 106 -Usually cloe u .. 4-f
S Agul, 115 --Should score oft form
SV. Caistl. 113 -Nothing wreceitly
P. 0. San. 112 -clentSeflort last
7 M m H. Reyes 113 -..Ias seemstoo toft1

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W't B. Agu. 110 -Disappolntet n l
lue A.Yeaza 101 -Umu ty narup
-Lo Ouble A. Vas. 11. -In .4ae ot here--.
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5E. Orte. 110 --See .o herde
n-Al-mbazd L. Giral. 11 -Pa gw ,
7- F. Godoy ir --G~rldo y .
R. vIa. 115 f.or f -.'

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1-7Gow Tlap A. Vas. 113 -Back in bet form-
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S-G 0G. an, 12 -Wifllfht it out ;-s
-V a.r., A. Yeaa 110 -Getting closer now .'
Orte. 108 -Wqd pay fat ods
B. Aquit 114 -sul moves late
H. Ruis 105 __ n-ag

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sl one of hims pedala

Tijht' sgime again brings
the -*a*es and the Bodart to
t L PFor the Yankee U
be lin e :d/las and Iar ]E
m fa m twill tie. George a
cbxa_ the hill. Both of,
Optehr were twenty-fame
netin the States and the
el, be in for a real thrU
game.ee you there.
it Malor Leauer Hector L0-
pes wore the flannels of. the
.irdnt team Sun, niot e
flrofy f $25 per month. Lop
who Is wylth the Am*rtI*
Leampe'a Kansas City team,
e nded a salary Increase o
sason'ser month to $400
per-month this n. ,"-
The team's General.. ManagJ
offered htm a 50 pW. cent I..
crease over lt year's .salar
whieh is what Lo see- c
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pes will be of tre help

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Vibert'Clarke the 8d ~ 'a Cnal one for hnT MY.
test thiC"sA"- P rOraflrab

League hag just been announo- befote yl second
"I. Clr'q played with the .wet i touchdown to 7 at
TW-WW Mexico league lt half.
U0 -"I DALAS, T., DeC. (UP) --
'TJe Profe-'ssional League in. alo D det uher
Nw tame has been able to of- Methodist, l-;4. Satrday with
r the a good .ltook at what great line th ot h All-
4ye, expect thos eaaon. ThAierican gurtI5t Rall~
Yankees, the team to beat has.olieni lie a doting, moter
lived Ato aH vance blll i. WhSe he paeed, opened wide
the nrs abow iBghta-of-1wa for halfbacks 1W
they ar the poteal requ idep, Don Samiwe and Jinm
to giw real tWoub e to the Mbshd astlfled tumbling 8mu
-thamhs nda the.daomen with ua .BittBtS.
recovered. l an And mnor re- The at led hardly at
frem t w mae share all on thr o fne halfbacks,
Sana.c6ntpntd.. Fran Elilo and John Mar-
A weI balanced league, offer- ahs, and relied Instead on
ilg e best In the national passing efforts of inexperlencet
paptme t local condition uarterbaekt jhsr Roach and
can afford, la now In full swiJl immy Hayne the latter a so-
and it will be up to the fans.to nope: who.,until Saturday
lti it their support. Fans had played grand total of 1I9
the backbone of any sport and minutes of .ollife football.
tt Is In their power to make or Once, when Marshall did get
.brt. the "a5e. the football, he ran 76 yards for
We hope that this, baseball Smu's second touchdown In the
ovi btltef Fthma and the fourth uap .
<;a~timeX wil oalmae rycf- -h
rt to upprt this season's HOUSTON Tex. Dec. 7 (UP)
.ewlt .tt.- thereby asure" ltr Thi. Unlyvergi v f br.ke
lnUnued operation in future a three-gpaegloelng atreaik op a
t *pitelhout, a paas interception tod
ThePro League, desirous of a 6E.yard bIoken fie d ot
e In the celebration of Saturday and closed an
K an s Mother's Day, Wednes Saonuwitt a 1 to 7 win
uthapta314ao1h n AoWsauh. wI

ll Imothent, accomanld to the Confewle Rf 'st;
,tallpark, wil be adha Itte trefe. n Aout O ISI-- nisftt
ty' ae'te home euowd of the s eason .aw
toasrM e aplb flrL Houstond squelch thind and
U IE.l6.tWe.Ma fourth period Detroit scoring
f set ea twice on -a nterc,-
VftY l .Bott. H, snt esl osldn't B,-
i~fqu f Set Fvent.y i Wo-yat'd_'.trolt touch-
down pass with 48 second left
S' IPnnaa Marln Cil baa In the ame.. a : .
adUIt wMllbbeld at the hotel En Detrdo ite t w bac. Jim Lob-r
pam to Friday" Dec. 10. be- ktvl h toe' his tegm's mafy
sWBen th a ptthi f, srpeal0 talfseond.Bobchendeo wI .


oF p*s as to dan W anr E

Iyin Novflabf.
f tor thrdealr a : lg a is open to all pat-.
Itchr wfth Toroto pt ats of the recent tourna-
eatl, has been sold to eiti .t, wives and sweethearts and
r 0. a eats who may desire to
Th 9f, foot seven, IB atend. Dress for the ladies will
under eaded for the Paqific be'ltormal and the men are re.
ast L e "t t ght. IA hIS qu to wear coats (even if it
Iree years with the eafs, who hurts).
Qrchasidb4obntA fro In- Dr. will 1 $2.25 pei plate
anapolls In Jia_ r 19P2, Lonm- and d-cketsa mA be purchased
ardl won 30;azmes.an lost 23. frbm officers of the Panama
In 195.-he- fied 10-8, made Marts Club or at the _oor on
11'- in 195 and last season the iht of- e banquet.
owed a ,-T:rord. In 1953 he ,_wtj o.M take place In
It a hOt sak and won nile the Bella Vista -oom at the Ho-I
It of his-1 decisions in 10-ton- tel aid a gra time is in store
active appearances. for all who a d.


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the Ap eschamp last
AntonIo 0a ort,
Bill Byrd, the* area's hear.-
weight champ for two cam-
paigns, did not patiate 1a
for port ebbe.'
In the AntilleIS finals, all the
tiUists are new' ones.
WeltXeiht Lee WUilson of
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eran with Command final aekpe-
rience. He copped the crown dl
1052. but failed o :survive the
Panama bouts Aa MUOen.
The Puerto _cai wiftiars
flew late- the Ol Stw a t4 .
Thursday and will billet and
trainSat Fort Kobbi this weel
IeSe's how the Batlkd'l fi-
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chams- listed first and the home
towns included in .parenthesis:,


S Flwelght Division
Jon de Jesus. Rosa-Ousman,
Fort Kobbe (Naraerto
Rico), vA. Lora p
Tortuguero u,

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raCollaW, Camp TortUgero
(Banturce, P.R.).
Featherweght Division
lsteban M-1leadeplaobles, pt.
Kobbe (Cnlrdpr,1. 1Leduc
Brenes, Camp Y (Naguabo,
PJR.).
Wranclsco u1 Ds a ,as, Fort
Kobbe (1situri, *M vs. oe-
rardb Ptzarro-Clemente, Fort
Buchanan (Sapturce, p.p.).

(Lovejoy, IB.), vs. kobert odri-
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Dick Rood, Albrook Air Porce
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WON /Dugmga, Camp Lasey
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