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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
 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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00589
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CURUNDU'S 'NOISIEST STREETS'


Second and Third Streets in Curundu, down in the "district),
a the noisaet streets in the world, including Calldonia.
Second street for its loud radios and parties, both in Spanish
d English, yelHngt kids by the hundreds, one or two ham sta-
One that have their volume on full blast and you can hear the
nversatlons 400 yards away. I know you ham stations are go-
it to save us when the atom bombs alt, and all the Army sta-
ons are wiped out, but how about*a little less volume.
Third Street is strictly for the doas, hundreds of them, bark-
g9 all night right under their owners windows. The packs of
lice dogs and Great Danes that used to roam this area ap-
rently have been broken up, but now we have little ones by
e hundreds. Must be everybody on this street is from $iB hills
Tennessee.
The MP's only lauth when you call them about the nole, and
course nobody bother to call the Curundu Housing Office.
e only ones they will lIsten to are the residents with certain
tal standing, members of the Civic Council, swimming pool
ecutives, etc.
If anyone wants to know how well Curundu is run, all they
avre to do is to pit. around the Curundu Clubhouse and keep
Ir eyes open. You will see things that will startle you. Jut
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sions of this same Jpe illet is
invited to contribte, It will. roba-
bly develop that the" crack was
first uttered about Julius Caesar,
by Brutus.
Air Force .Seeretiry- Harold E.
Talbot gives this deftn ltion of
"peaceful coexist.ece."
You exist if yau'ri too touph to
tackle. You perish if you're weak
and unready.
Bulgarian refugees from com-
munism, reporting to the Free- Eu.
rope Ccmmittee in New York, say
they have been receiving letters
from their homeland, urging them
to return. One refugee recently
got a letter from his wife, still in
Bulgaria, saying that she had re-
S been visited by Red offl.

"They told me to tell yop thdt
In case of your return, they would
pardon you" she wrote.
She left the decision up to her
husband, and she made this ex-
tremely .clear in her letter. Then
she sIgaileantly added:


"Interesg j'things have been
happening here. Ivan, Boris and
Georgi have been arrested and
%suenf t to 18kQ years in prison.
They muit have eommiftmd a
crime against the State."
The United Nations headquar-
ters in New York has been getting
far more wear and tear than had
originally been estimated, accord-
ing to its Director of General Serv-
ices David B. Vaughan.
He explains this is due to the
eare number of visitors the guid.
4tdl s;d .*t ev oef
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niturq and eqpment to wear out
t: to te ames faster than had
SUN91ias just had to
appropriate $170;000 to replace
Worn-out fixtures.
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Departcetat Defense es
*havi a pt.fgh fight to P itCI
post exchangIn and comm rnes
or service peonnel. Most of the
opposition homess from local mer-
cants nier milary bases. They
object to.. the. competition and the
cut prices which armed service
stores can. furnish, because they
don't have to pay taxes, rent, or
show a profit,
On the r hand, Defense De*
apartment off s-maintain that
these fringe bef ar neessa-
[ytokeep the oow, uniform-

au .ls to o
tatiloe te to removing
govern l 'iton with pri-
vte s why aren't all
the retail outlets

Se 'hisl argument be-
cometr T al of the Nat
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tion to Air Foce

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or i or rape
0 lecret- TylbTo" wrote back
it many Air Foreonfficers and
ted men carried and
family ,it they were
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place of great tion for me, "Halo, evvyr, ,he sang. the wave of rest ness that h T
both .as a chlid .i ai dult, "Dat's aI s'a,' 1 saId, when pali offtia wild thtill-seeking
with Its caves .of mounted ani. somebody ske ma e name of, som, de8a0uene 4.in t past
mals and the M etic Akiletons of the song. "To- AhAdr wiv.". .certaly if a' hid is allow c-o s
dinosaurs and Mammoths -. its I do not low t wvi are not stant, acess to the sandy hp
groups of primitis its ancient building a deupw dene there ia connetion between that
weapons, its olOctal displays on clned etaa'ptWo t tsa th e jckllaohe that fl lows.
and its study t vens, chicksdespite thit l onclina. Wis not the ulty aof e enter .
This ta also tle. case with action O bharas &1 earid to. e Ittament that -uencermn me, be
friend of mine, tto recently sped the TV as a weOa nd a reward, lause kids have always thrived on
his dagters ff ta afte on'ts The wholesale deotin of the ver. violence, whether they got it fr
visit to the museum. He lit his e l4 s t
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.., .. 86-3198. Nigh. service..__.lb 3050 Iwith t. chi. House
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Are-. C Btral san Tel. e 280et No. 867, Mello rn Ave. FOR SALE: er a y 4-door RA f d h on FOR SALE:- A lne $5; l



Which Ar. PfInp~t FOR SALE :-Mo1947A Foid tru. g Cti de- uxe; F 'snoltm wen r t d p nd rof l" beoJ Scnti CIrA Calaphoae boby trainer. gd 2i trt, NO. $aleve of 'tears Or
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G I FORISALE: Cheap, 1w96 lH sn lIrehulo ng. SN. C1 2 L. Phone M 3r0a orlg ex change Z -c.e,


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.n m 'OuIC &HOURaS FORSALE:-Bt 195 Che v ro SALE:-Two puppies, .fown col- FOR RENT:-Furin s h Fiorunfurnish. 2670.Co-i Twooden t emet .; *t Pt tr told a mothe p
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frT 4 pw.. Penc 's-160 -121ve r 4e 3 N. coditlot la edrooms k t-rage, Va2rd. WANTED.TO UY--r Used 16-.mm. Se world B 'C -' -'--.;
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Whictonhhapital. erom ciBNohurchea FOnm tENT:p Aportment:!5 rt ting 'Mora acrose ^ liiBeahh Com.tna $100,
FOR.-, OSAILEl___O1Ill; FOR SALE:-Two puppies., fawn ccl- FOR RENT:--Furnislied or unfurnish- 267I0. a.dId msa I tbed hi a

-,a M1Q3WA N Te D f the moEai t o eru to New York's ow two. bedniom sing room, moa mond -nth, w orl d m s
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Pie FORN SILE:-Amic-"------ o En opedia,. FOR RENT ters, $ per m fter. jo, 8th AUGi, w.,sI'. g tJ) pital thu UtIt
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"'A I .. 'De P) ln Editor Frbes p- --- (UP)-Seven survivors of a tug mas, mate s iq
pron *i efntet ft-u, sports editor Doh B nn,%le- MEDINA. Tenn. (UP.) A sinking who were able to wal down with the2l
-~u'u97 *g .MoV T.. id plm familiar combination of ancient ashore from a Coast Guard ship The survivors-
A ksrt while t m- phoned ce while Plsk .auto and aged driver to missing after .spe.ding a night on ras a harrowing night-.
a des B t 'rfV f rJ thth o.hol ear. ., rom e streets of M.dina these n the chll'and choppy G ul sea while they
m eto ol ag awild Wes ohnog rl idt or days. Praised their rescuers today. ir bshifnatei
iardka of l a to have north, east and ueth of the city Mrs. Matte Seat.S, recently "It was acld-roughl" said piritla n until they
ou. loarn to er m bot I.er n et parked M d rke deve .ye ofand had to Capt. Asahburn. omp of the were a '
s ut Bi k, 'niS la the. hand. mind about mar me?"' -A or sh pIrohamsed i 108, I s do two minutes mo da y Ca JameG A.A
3rattimeoaba. k t rh When he r edh a td ot, But she said ghe will be back be- night after colliding with i s own mta y,. sipr ef
acit wn dal. -t J 2SS Panket asked er: 'hind the wheel just as aodn as she tow, a sulphur barge. said at b .
-T b- gi ,li._layer In "What have I donleto make has an eye opera$ni.k en .
-o W n eCh play f,, her u e h oe to mak Pree s" r name bre'idnts "My thank to the Coast mlre the wavesfl,
i u oBinap aot. For the: m ia buuldln He te hun a me ', here gave the ear. It has hauled Guard," Thompson added. their m.arhldghto
^Bilpose ydisa i gapla. his r nearly everwne ith this small west. ThcnMonand six seamen sur. "T he y-wre
partners t rump Johnason d U 0_8... h. tblsWal' St-Th ued siseme "Th we
bqr artb Ove1erW ,t.eri + i. N Ie ern Tenibese tcwn to church at vived e ordeal,. Four others there," Also '
. One tt wil ha er .-his w ,eapon, a "22 rwa one time or other. were lost. The Coast Guard cutter a butmber of a
e ash and tb rle, told herto -a o I. Mrs. Sebt has been the church Cartigan kicked .t three mena wouldn't see .thep*.
wi hav ,, e .*l Sire aWlA o.e IOg be .t y organist sinoe dhe ws 1. i rom a, e raft that also bore let of Wbite cspa.
_uch ,a.pone.t hI er l ookit.,(tiIthe i nIV The.c.ar mATy be s .,,+, .. the body of 4 .dead crewman and ,We raire. .
clubs and wich hu diamods, but but except fr the battery, tempQ- another body limbed to the a A to the 4
i the orthodox acit the trump ,. ...r... A irarily run dowp, it's clean as a The steamer Heln L kes rds. back again
its i clockwise or are pan- iss Johnson aid abe had Vlwhistle and in top operating con. cued four other meh and recover- raft."
satsnond-ahn6i-cl-iubm) t tfld nek she would not marty edition .t t. i- ., .'
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own trump .iat nd It each of- "V.t. ol w lWack aid.bjne r Thoaas ,. atley wo rosw r
or follows suit, ihe leader vi talslo,. I evlhn-am, the ealtf my fram sign painting to head Penn. SHOWING A' VQUR SIV
trielg automatlcaly--even 'though l- ,' iet laM she id. him 'vi a's tid argeat city, C. A, NeWS" a T'eIme '
scmebody es may e.bae played ft e y w ht nd miles .a Z1ead guilty ..y. to. a" ,char ... o .i w T WI k
a hiler earof o a fe ait. r example, suppo yur orte and arke near te athof office in a gambling briAL A 6 -
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1MteM3Tto1. Fo --ri.'--MICONDMON0
who a It wa m load ou bribery charges p a t .ne I
-;yo9 aM- tbe mayor, a Democrat elected in ________
oaZ dThno80s deerredsentedg al o ab rou urnufleu
Lwin that ,tcTe U1" UO 00r ak qne threatened to lkill 1952, were dropped. Judge Elmer I-.
Oher sp80448 d hEvrta r ,Who lies in "' Ev.,, deterred sentencing Flat. e o 1 o IhHlp-
ifyer br ntil Johnsoan. .aaln One of temany good things I
hryoqa -ndiu,, ctte110ahoughThe yw t aon bout a Tteama rubberfoam .wag d, Aln aboutAiSSB1'
n iS and s it ,svery- Induced her not to see wiu 3b o&her persons in connec- mattressa t, contrary to any
3l *! pt t ahin ti.on with accepting bribes from other kind. it never ges out
by the highest card in e tr e bt ot. them w gt an alleged 0-millon dollar a year of shape no matter ho long it t
For tjus m,'t4e e d l the ride She' was nery- gambling ring which was eracked- is used. There is. there ore, no
a ,s ie: 4 eeinin hes 1d daist,- raut uon "her -re- Ot. 16u y finwet. Atty. Damian Mc- need for the housewife to worry i
qween, Ja*k, tab' flIme, and0 5o 5l- -"" *. Laughlin, who accused Flaije of about having the mattresseo U LI u.,. r.wap MAttmaawh
on to deu (lo ), johnson wa ritinK cut- a P e- tl. o Wto a "turned every ao- often. An-r MllAI .ISNS
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(-COMS FRO, AIR FORCE AND ARMY SCHOOLd
LATIN AMERICANS AND US NATIONALS
Graduation festivities of two big military schools for the
ipg of Latin American and United States personnel of the
nattealI guards and air forces are lighting the
illfe at Albrook Air Force Base and Ft. ulG' k.
Following the presentation of diplomas at the US Air Force
iS.hSl for Latin Americans this morning by MaJ. Gen. Reuben
H.ood a reception was held at the Non-Commissioned Offl-
Club, at Albrooeek AFi.
-Tomorroy afternoon's celebration will be at the United
S t Army Caribbean School, Ft. Gulick, where the Comn-
N tnding General, Ms). Gen. lionel C. MeGarr will give the
fadaton address and present diplomas to 316 Latin Ameri-
an and 102 United States students.
After the ceremony, graduates and guests will attend re-
S etions at the Ft. Gulick Officers and Non-Commissioned
; Officers Clubs.


be off soon for Mexico And Cali
fornia.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mactr
accompanied by their dught
Mrs. Sarah Vest, and granddaugi_
ter Rebecoa, the Atlantip, tl
left Tuesday for Floridat
to their new home in Weal
Beach. Prior to their departure
they enjoyed dinner as g ae d
Mr. ana -Mrs. D. C. Sasso, Mr.
and Mrs. W. B. Middlemass and
Mr. and Mrs. 8. 0. Puller.
Mrs. Perkins Entertains
Mrs. A. H. B. Perkins enter-
taided at the British Consulate in
Colon yesterday with a bridge and
canasta party for some twenty


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Mr. M Mrs. Stacy Kidd.n.
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irtalns Visitors fanam last evening. 35th Anniversary Mrs. Mred ua, wife Theater S
eirs. John S. Seybold was host. -- The Lionel De Castro residence of e A Meaylse f Colon, was ing at 6
jq.Jgf ecenin; at a small dinner Despedidas in Colon was the scen of a ta the guest of honor at a no-host Explorer
tE it tt he (Governois House Tne Italaian Ambassador to ly gathering on Monday even I ng luncheon held on. Misy at the or would
im"lbtoa Heights in honor of Panama ana baronesss nosset Des- when Mr. and Mrs. Do Castro ob *4:5 Club" in Colon. Thursday,
Mongressman and Mrs Samuel N. andre were hosts on Tuesday eve- served the 35th anniversary of -- view for
Friedel and Mr. Kenneth J. Bous. nmg at a farewell amnner at t he their marriage. Bridge Wibers be held
.ut of the Senate Appropia- Emoassy residence in honorof The winners of the bridge gam- Cam p
na Committee. VenezueSan Ambassauor and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Quick s played each M day evening man MA)
n iquanea Mrs Castro Gomee.z Elertaln for Ambassador at Tivoli Guest Hoau were: first od plans
Mr. and Mrs. Castro G omez Mr. and Mrs. James Quick of Dr. R. F. Holdren Wh Col C. the setl
,.4101 Governor Elect, were also honored at a cocktail Beulls Vista entertaJled at a small W. Kou"; soand, Mr. Dom'itch to be heK
Entertainparty given by Mr. and Mrs. En- dinner last eveningJh ofU- with Mr. Rebl-bir 'Ad. Ml ins g at 9
io Ar Enlect of Florida and que Linares. united States Ambassador a Mr Ann Alnuttith M. F. Getma:rfirst Arc
lrs. roy Collins, who wIthw Selden Chapin. Other gues wereS and fourth, Mr. ad Mrs. R open to C
thplr tyotaive been honored at, Miss Cecilia Heurtematte was ho8ICol. and Mrs. Willis. Lord, Mr. Glickenhaus. 0era. TheOP
'n r of affairs during their tess recently for a tea honoring and Mrs. James Townsen a,n d p.m. with
vtisit .the Isthmus, were hosts at Mrs. Olga A. de Aleman who will Mr. and Mrsn. Raymond Rose. 1Star Of pethlad m ell, Marshdli
DAR WIyold.- The lsthbmlan cOuancil nycwile
unchot Saturay of the Sta of em order, Cenriceil
Da he a a o Amr n 7 o'clock in the Elks Wall. Co on. Ft. Gi
'Daughters of the American Revolu=- ""_9......"__,_T" FGukla
-orn Cas-- tion, will bolda business,mIeeting of the.
r Her .. on Ch st sand Christmas luncheon on Satr- (For more ciety ew, lee visited
L a; ,!, i- B e' day.in the Fern Room of The TI- tuM to i 9) they ha
ill b a u l yoUGuest House. The meeting wi l troop of
.... yostart at U, o'clock sharp, to be fol- WAT.RVLLE, Pa. (UP)- -
Slowed bia -. l e lunb on at i noon. What's in, a. name? Not much ac- RobertI
a hyofUanv Lg.ng Guest t aker the luncheon coming to members of this oqm- of V.F.W.
will be i araCaler. of the muntwh c oenf experiencedd that they
i A.. 4a f l t2aI p.8. af t Serv!ce, who 4Atb mgs- W s4hortage sorship of
sasua cup S I e Pubo Officer at the wiftro was t th Pack 6. t
Embassy States. He r w rat BulIl^ ur present
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90 P.Um A that the
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Dec. Ak 0lard re.
T a- Eagle wi
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