The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


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
lcc - Newspaper
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hastily-strengthened levees in Texas and LeusioJsi
while in the north residents of th states c le
the wreckage left by violent storm.
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in a generation was still rising of Lake Ch arle, L.,
up to 30 miles per hour drove aiwast htr Cte.ui
flood tide, preventing the crest from s"sm ihg lfe
Gulf of Mexico.
More than 11,000 persons bhd been driven from
city, which was reachable only by beot.
At Oringe, Tex., 10,000 vohluteer workers wi
for the Sabine River's angry cret a i to i sometime tad
They placed their hopes on a fvemsile -evee thew.
almost overnight.
In Louisiana armed state 4e confirmed that g11
trobpers patrolled U.S. Highway hlhv..oa$rol quits wte
O0 to preent any attempts to to guard ithe higbay a!fa
dy'namteehe bighwky embank- 8ate Road 7. a paraui
ment. There hli been suggs- TeasW 30 mns to the,
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a e e e lof 9~r ed,. to of t a wpent
g ne d ugh dipped over a school btN. Many
.f i foe *of VbU icenIt term anaamis were kUld.
Aila he ba o to the The fight to oave Orange, T.,
tAk1ot hauto n e oat of the from disastrous flooding moved
government erisdile 2s b by into Its third day. Many of the
plauq for- Atngh-Aif A an- workers on four miles of levees
tom nc Beniarmuda built almost overnight had been
Sa. on tr'e dikei since the. battle
Sof te o started.
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I Fran I 9th post- They included men and worn-
wm entA A was re- en and children as young as
t optical of ettig up a eight years They made freowent
cabl et y time soOn. ips to aid stations for bma-
At Mtbhe new r wl W dales for Ubltered hands.
have little enough to pr- They took new B a I re-
are or his mnee with Preasi- vired river forea The Lake
mdent iahower a Prine Min- Charles weather h ueau prei-
aterW'lktn Ch Asm than dicted the et wcMti Ube from
a meWtromn now, 8.5 to 9 feet. EarIle, a 9 to 95-
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iman who was lad to At 3 .m. 'the torrt Mt jir
office Ald un l yes- msured 7.A feet at &Ld rlver-
aene ar .lod after ide uge and vs a~3ail nlg.
AurtR be would s8l n ce ThurlY, Tpotwer
Man o l to form a workers who have. to Or-
CI r eneees- angfe from thMMftn o ematU
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rI would want the in
of-the n thef terday and a twrflade alert was.
ws r- posted in and IndtIana.
a .._- _- Col. Herbert r aouthaest
chief of the U.l Milnees", said
POWb rvimv that breaching of-tlw y 90
.. ,^ on tLhe Loulin nide ould rT-
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ByH De nying le ttng the MAU flood drain
Sough the murhla.
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Columbla University that TnSa N tae M rea
neaor. faced a poS- pglaued o blat a em M the
s in prison and a Mead.
today, for p
told a federal grand L U H
.'djo not know atom .
us' Rosenberg and .
II c1 Disdpea s A in
P.r, 54, was convit-
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r ,< 4i YOUR OHRUM THE I ADERS OWM COLUMN A two inch dossier on atomic
"'-"----- -spies -with enough peItW oi
dynaminute in it to blow u rela-
L I I tions between several naot A
SL disappears from the locked fes
of New York attorney and
b parts of it show up in Paris to
discredit witnesses used In tnje
Th moil on 1s an open forum for readers of ThePe eae Aml. trial of convicted espionage a-
sc-. I rs ire received grentfully nd are handled ill a wkdhy mea1i- gents.
dr r- n er
.i ce iebuta a letter den't be impatient it It ieem't appear the About the same time, a
aC I s re pubhishad in the *rder received. at a cocktail party Juse "hap.
ir rto I.ep the letter limited to one pase length. pens" to nave herself Intiroduei-
e *ct 1:1 wtecrs is held in strictest confidence. ed to a prominent ant -OIa ,.
i c*,r nc :pop'r assumes no responsibility for statements as epinIstl unist i wter anl4 phl.O ,
e 1 tr.s irom reeaers This man knew a flen O
0 Whittaker Chambers. And after
I Hi.ATf OS ON AROUND THE WEST BANK? a Sew casual pleasantries ter
l i. ln o10 atii la'y employes at.Rodman that the Indus- aidrink the gal twists som e
trni e.. ,L ;s 01Olic reeks with hypocrisy and deceit It is this ting the ad nti .-Cemmu
So.. : '...,fn tna: that office was established to maintain cor- the credibility of the chief wit-
.( ,elau't.niip between labor and management. That is the nthe against Aoter hif w
S:.iir, that office has failed,.-wholty and miserablyV to .do. ne "a- n. A .
.e ilFe an eniplo e should feel free to go with his grieve Isolated instance ? airat ,
. e.-. convinced that he would be honestly ana lawfully defend- .ed? Hardly. This is a. 't' "m,
e~ .or receive truthful explanations why he has not a legitimate a lTer ending pattern t a-
g t. ance. 'ailon of the pernal- "a
But tinat office cannot operate on that level because in that V f^Lte nnl lIves of a I".
office tnere is a shrewd, chronic, deceitful liar. It is not presum- an. Comma nit, T.'hre -ave.
ed that the person is a born prevaricator, rather it is believed :been dinner -art-a at1 of
mnat because he is of a dictatorial nature and is not sure Of hti anti-Commuinlllta -e SS
jot. He win .aily acceives olticers and employes to suit his pur- political a spot than. the Neo
Io.L.. \. candles aie not killedd by any established procedure bu York Athletic Chlb -aboutn .
b ,is choosing. Einployes' activities must be dominated by him, which the Cnaalt party
or .e tries to (ijestroy them.we
The Navy Employe's Association is being thought of in par- knew every de emlt. .
ticiular. He is reported to have told a high official that that or- All this strr ed y One
. nization's bdard oi directors was a wrangling group when' they night back ins thr:e S.
toit him they did no, think it wise that he should be a one-man gene Lyons, no9W a titor -of f -
coummittee to negotiate for the transfer of the Cocoli Clubhouse the Reader'S Digtii4 hid-.
to the Navy. He insisted on his one-man committee because of ing an ex- courier interest. u t the late Jan i ltl 'athor otf -
-ae is now controlled by him under the name of "Out of Th" Nt i, hiso _
Ci ..ns Welfre Recreation Committee. Truly there is a "com- home. Even..t M toi'.y-
r_ .' A io appointed by the employes but by this on and V know
S. .' Caesa" l'their tha : his dup.3 on the 'committee," em- where V. We
--..- knmow no h is aco.i tihe C:Vv. 4 R.C. On the other hand knew V ft '8Vt ., *
the '"(-rangling" board of directors of the Employes Associatiom secret ;; forn it I r li
puulish minutfearOi the board meetings. exposi- lht ,
He is no longer satisfied with control over the GWRC:,he i One
again after the Epiployes 'Association. The militant secy-treas, Tang. A
wr.o founded Lhq association and brought it to what it 10. today Roe waa He want.
has been succeeded by an employee whom he-employed because he. *d to. .'h I' .al. '
feel he can control him. (And from all appearances he is con- ,. -
tro., I But not until a few weeks ago It is sphig again, I ee' for ele are the
a c-'leon of oe.:;s to the board of dirct ors cmngu was there a theft of valuable see iin g s atgairs a~ t e tb ePc an t
.i:.u av e. u. He is no in favor of te because documents from ,an ,o.. Who rre te ng and the panties B ar ntind the the
he tne .e' i-r.c employes who hold the maoirlitb ot Wuld had never actually' been in the L c,,. AY.e UtNre ,. rg.o, a y tti~'sieuh as .a
ca. their votc our those empioye3 who they believe woufU est- Communist movement. Like thea eI L ning into a r tl lr i 4 being day
ly run the assocl-tion in a democratic way. mobs, the Soviet apparat sel rested om tnanhoodl tb1aaYUfIt .gi.- day
I 5ay to you, the members of the Employes. Association, and dom molests an outsider. .ut Spring has always p"siie -e r -- Itsta ef- tol
to the local-rate employes in particular, if you are not free to vote now it has happened. Right In fec t n ople, eseplA'lTt ys aW omnes. day
for whom you choose, although that person's name does not ap- the heart of New York City. l6' doy V id tb4 siK t it0nl lslg I
pear on the ballot; if you are not permitted to vote in a demQ- This matab incident began Ib ot se .$t- i'f hthe flmt to was
cratic way as Americans vote in their country and as you vote,.tipn ~*p4 ur:a.a y ;l at a ca.e dmlt-that. d ,'-- ne 4 'a-i' ttiog at san
go' .s--.DONT VO'IE. .The Rosenbergs (atomic spies) kny'period'of th year. .
I i .I :e cot ';."cd vie". of the rinjority of the Naval em- Rally." To the i.500 perscns who .There must be spinm clhmical unbalance that be
lV so.-" iZ',i i r.uuho'r should once and for all came out, the Rosenberg Com- Is more manifest between $hewrciI. u ne.. some sh
c I : i: g'o this in olerable an- grievous situation in an mittee leaders showerc tr-o doe- eellrg that Mare is just over and th* t WU
ef fo ie.aTme:, tnese ills, thereby bringing relief to the hundreds i umeta, One was in the hand- sulphur taltea nearly a -a mpo ., ,
of discontented employes, in order to insure more efficient per- writing of David Greenglass, Y'rem"ber some of
formance of their duty a&d a higher productivity in the best in- whose testimony helped con- 4o .. .
terest of the organization. viet the spies. x
"A Meet Dsguasted Individual" -h'r W-w
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the'-At--------&-- the Jba'*t ph'tner of n floe a
Ltogge, attorney for Greenglass. Jasmine flooded the litt ..
The Rosenberg Committee peo A al of fi is named Webb
\1u Lpte roared t the crowd that and lno r Itw and Id d. otoO $ 1
these documents had turned u becal It was c a nice nitht a4 U
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that suaf y,: the.- I g-asked .oo- ,it S s
This is tc advise that we I ~ve relin- -.'" h A oy own,. A" ot-tt
Sth *J*an I s r. Oe Y I can me. grafikt
quished the Oldsmobile distributor- et toed The netnw of ,a- .w -h is in ,b..
th" 'FBIagents. d me.uThey we

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ship, which will be re res td',b -were re.nt of whic t hills for rn

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Institution Guaranteed by the State

Pays 2% Interest Aually on Savions Accounts


We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
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deposits are accepted thru a period
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iecomunteis Dctor Certain Rmurs s l T[D

-Shuffle Naturally Are Flying In Korea Great-
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., May 23 LOS ANGELR.. "'-w 23 (" IT
(UP).-- Unsquare those should- Lt. Franclsek Jareckl, Polish
ers, pull in that chest and shut- flyer who fled from brh'd th- NEW ORLEANS SER.Vi .
tie ont naturally whh the weight Iron Curtain, arys he is cer(itr NEW ORLEANS SUVU*W ^
pif your spine. Russirh pilots rre flying Miv -15
If you can forget the military jet fighters In Korean combat. E.S. "MATAIRA" ....... *
posture, according to Dr. Paul .S. "PLATANO" ...... .,
C. Williams, you may escape He says one of his Ruv--.i *s.S. "CHrR.QUI" ......
back troubles in later life. squadron commonr'i-'s o.ce told
VWilliams. professor of ortho- him he had foun1't in Ko;. e.
pedic surgery at bouthwesternl Jareki is vis!tin" here on p HandlinB aRfriserat .
Medical Snchool. Dallas. Tex., nationwide tour sor -c-rd by the
gave his opinions In an inter- Polish-American congress.
view prior to the opening of a
,medical seminar today. Jareckl said he believed tVe
"The shoulders-back idea, an Mig-15 would "s* tI-" "I- NEW YORK SERVRTCX
inheritance from military circles, pieces" before it co0,'d repch "'-
.is in direct conflict with the need of sound. r-nd he frequent-! S.S. "FRA BERLANGA" ...
law of gravity and the structure Iv heard reports w'i'e -e wa.c n S.S. "L. II. C.T'" ......,..
of th. human anatomy," he Communist territory 'hst the S.S. '.CT!OLUTRCA" ........
-.said. Russians had a m'"rh beter S.S. "METAPAN" ........4..
fighter plane than t'- Mig but;
As a result, he added, more were keeping it a r"et. Frequent fireit'i Mslu
than 50 per .cent of the adult' Jareckil 21, mr e his.fltht to est Cow Lcbtl
population have injured the freedom In a Mig last March,
cartilage pads between the landing in Denmark.
vertebrae of the lower back.
"The result is intense pain, Jarecki predicted that more Passenger S'ilings to Ne*,0tb
frequently laid to such causes Polish flyers will fh -- I bebifl, via Fanta Marta, Colouaki.,
as lumbago, sciatica or, in the the Iron Curtplr. b", t"-pt it will, '
case of women, female trouble," be for freedom r-" rr", because S.S RIQ ".........
he said. fo money offered by the Amer- S.S "CHRIQUI" ........
A_ said that a human properly leans. S.S- "CH1 'RQUI"
should stand in a boxer's crouch-
leanini forward slightly with The young pilot In c 3 e c t e d
the arms falling a bit ahead of North American /vfrtion's SP- VWee.1y ,saiink" Tnelva-fmeag
the body. bres yesterday on a tour with Co!. Mobile. Loe AnSatiM a*
"That's the crouch of attack, Francis Gabreslt, Polish-br- .
and of retreat, into which the:U.S. Air Force r-e, who recently
human species evolved when it:returned from crreF r'r
took its front paws off the Jareckl. whose comments we-e
ground." he said. relayed through an internrete'. CRISTOBAL k121 -- F
extended his co.rrrt,'lr+'2ns ,to
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Steals, Rolls Home day i The Pack N i

400-Pound Safe
CHICAGO, May 23. (UP) -
A steelworker, desperate for
cash to pay back taxes, admit-*
ted today he stole a 400-pound
safe and rolled it two blocks
to his home.
But 27-year-old Richard Fitz-
patrick was -so tired by the
time he reached his house that
he left the safe behind the
biildint and turned in for
sc-c sleeo.
S- ll'ee found the safe, rout-
ed Fitzoatrick out of bed and
ar-msted him.
The steelworker told police
he intended to ooen the safe
'to heln his mother pay $250
in back taxes on property in
B'-omington. Ill.
", said he broke into an
Pll'r)is central comnv'ter rpil-
rMad station at 179th street,
t-1 roll-d the safe home.
ritzpatri'ck s*id he na.Ped
P -",n waitin- for a bus but
the mpn paid no attention to
th" r-onderous safe.
r safe contained .25
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

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No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and No. 55 Wert 12th Street

carlts fug Store
10.0U MilndiS Ave.-Phone 255 Cold

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

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No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Pbgg .-t 2 14 Mad 2-2798


Household Automobiles ,
FOR SALE -Five piece French Pro- FOR SALE-1941 Dodge Club Coupe
.incial eohogany bedroom set 1948 motor. Good shape. 5719-A
Cowes mode, see Saturday and Dioblo. Phone 2-6418.
Sunday afternoon. 3063, 10th St FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobile, 6
Apt. 8, Colon. _____Cy con.ertible, perfect condition
FOR SALE -Coldspot refrigerator Tel 3-0670.
25 ccle. S60. Portable sewing 1951 Buick Special De Lane, 4 Doe
mochjne. 2 cars old. $75. No Sden*, radie, pletic seat covers
0776-1 Will.cmson Place. Balboa. 20.000 miles. New ires. A real
FOR SALE--Part.ton for one bed- blood buy. $1,750.00.
room four family house. makes SMOOT & PAREDES
complete s.iaarate rocm Light osk Buick Chevrolet Oldsmoeile
buffet modernized. Phone 6-19_. FORSALE-19,7 Dodge Sedan. Ex-
FOR SALE.--One 3 x 5 Pnk Chinese cellent conoirton. Good tires. Bal-
Nichols Rug. Originally part of 3 boa 4341 after 5 p. m.
piece bedro-m set For further in- FOR SALE: 1947 Lincoln Club
fcrmotion call at: 5085 Parsons St Coupe. ovcidrie, radio, new point.
Diablo or Tel. 3-3107 anytime $500.00. Will finance. Phone Al-
otter 5:00 P.m. brook 6188.
FOR SALE: 25 cycle. FOR SALE:-1950 Packard 4 Deer
Good condition. $60.00. Gamboa Clipper. New paint, pleat meat
104. or 6452. coven, electrnmiMtic drive, mw
iCR SALE.-Electric stove. 4-burner tirme, low m;eIge. Formerly wned
with oven 510000, 25 cycle re- by Capt. Griffith, C. Z, P. and
frngeroor '123 O00. dresSer. shaped beautifully cared fr th00e bet y
mirror S18.0C; Floor lamps 5 & in town. only $1 PA,19500
$3, Kodak Retina 3-mm cartero SMOOT PAREDISE
$2j. Cri,oboia -1i40 Buick Chevrolet -Oldsmallle
FCR SALE-' Cu ft. All porcelain BARGAIN L.ncoln Sedan 1948
Orgidore $175 00 Tel. 2-3518 with five new white sidewall tires
$650. Apoly Carte Viela office.
FOR SALE:-AKC Registered Cocker Jote Fco de la Ossa Ave. No. 30.
Spaniel puppies. Champion line. 5
weeks old. Only $25. Sailing June FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet Sedan.
5. 1466-8. Holden IFlats Must sell. Tnke best offer by Sun-
5. 1466-. Holdenday. Tel. 3-F069.
BAPGAIN SALE: $15.00. larga -59 .

Mirrow. $15 0 Mahogony Dres- Buick Chasale Oimabl
ser & Mirror. $79 50 60 Cycle BARGAIN; English Ford Consul 1952.
Pefrigeratu.. Phone- Albrook 2295 perfect condition. Owner leaving
Qtrs. 278-B. for Europe. reasonable saies terms,
C SL .-0Refr0gera'Or Wesi ng- pleOse contact Autos-Omphbry, Tel.
huFCRe. S6 c-Rer eahor ronn 2-0810 fcr further information.
hbou.e 60 c c0le Wa hong Drchs-ne -______------- *dee ...l
25 or 60 c cle Bed com su.te. FCR SALE.-1949 Studebaker. Per-
Dnelte iu.te. soto and char, oddly fect condition. $925.00. Call Al-
pleces. Hj oc 51C.'4ih street. Co- brook 86-4152 or 3-3098. Buck-
co Solito. Mu-t1 be sold b/ Ma\ ley
25 ____. FOR tALE: 1951 Cheirelrt ael
FC" LE Cotton mattress" Air. Powerglide, two tane. lay, red
a.d s.x Jiiing chairs, iall in good leather and cloth Intlrib, good
co i,tcn. 720-B. Prodo. Balboo. times, $1,595.00.
FCW SAL 6-piece Honduras mc- SMOOT & PAREDIS
hogcny. i,. groom suite. 6 monh Buick Chevrolet Odimlebil e
old. Ca.l 8;-422 Fcrt Dav;.s .OR SALE:-1951 Buick 4-door se-
F-OR SALE.-R an table 3' quare aan radio, neater. Good buy 14,-
4 cA:csEnRl chairs, one three 000 miles. ST,800. 25 Cycle re-
strand arm cnaor and hoock and frigerator $50. 1490-D, Dorhrian,
end tab'e. Very reasonable. T.vo, IBalbca.
Avenue No. 10, Apt. 18. 'FCR SALE: 1947 Convertible 8,.
Coupe. Series 98, good condition.
W ANTED Gamboa Fire Station. 6-150, Mr.
,l _Edwards.
Miscellaneous FOR SAL:--1949 Belik Super 4-
WANTED 10 BUY: One second P Dnr. Dynnalw, radle, plest eat
hand piano in, good condition. Tyoem i, me tires. A revi bempin
su;:oble Ior moving, light w:gf$t $1250.00.
call Spec.ol Services. Coco Soile S iO &PARSIll
2ALA..-kjr u ChA~vWole idmassiie

| B 6i during working r. n'urS.
United Statei couple EXPECTING
unfurnished two-bedroom hot water
aoertment cr house by July 1
Coll Panam3 3-4808 or 3-3226
W1'-.TED-Certain old United States
r-. :s. Write very brief description.
E;'r 472. Balboa.
W' NTED:-Navy dress and undress
b'u.s. Jumper, 40-42, pants 31-
32. Call Balboa 3414.
WAWi D ALIeVIa-4y Trtie, $3.
S 00 eech. Pke us serMkeS. e
*ed ethems. 239-U Pedre Miges.

FCR SALE:- 1953 Chevrolet 4 Door
Sedan, two months old. Call Albrook
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2 Door
Fleetline De Luxe. Radio. Low
mileage. A.brook 4179.
FOR SALE:-By owner, Oldsmobile
76. 1950. in excellent condition.
Balboa i414. Houso 5511-B.
D;ablo. C. 7.
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2 Dee
De Luxe Seden. Plastic seat covers,
ieed tires end paint. A rsel buy

Buick Chevrolet Odsi-bile
'na Angus .w. 'Mb
In Childbirth FOR SALE'-1951 Plymouth 4-door
sedan, radio, leather upholstery, Th
is. Perlina Angus, a Panamal call Ameson. Balboa 2-333. M le
01t resident who tos known to FOR SALE-lc,32 Ford V-8 Custom- place :
nary people as Anita Nicholasi, lne 4-door sedan. Fordomatic, yestert
died in childbirth last night in radio, seat covers. 2-3488 or 1466 Mini
Saato Tomas Hospital. She was A Holden St. Balboa. dus.try.
7 years old. FOR SALE:-1948 Nash Ambassao- Will
Funeral services have been idor 4-door, unusually, good condi- well J
Scheduled for tomorrow at 4 p.m. t.on throughout. Low mileage, ra- Mrs. A
at the San Miguel Church. o.o. Call A-2573. House 53 Cris- beauty
Mrs. Angus Is survived by her tobal whoae
husband Alfonso Angus, twin tended
boys. the baby which was born I 41 Om m cal set
ut before her death, her aunt FOR SALE 19 01 smobile 51e-Th
. Josephine Ernest and sev- 4th ate et, C oo Solitus" 5 er M
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FOR SALE:-1948 Ford 2-door De
Luxe 8-cylinder, good condition,
good tires, high compressor heads,
and extra accessories. Phone Navy
8579, Coco Solito 82-G. 6th. St.
FOR SALE:-Dodge, Kingsway-cus-
torn. 4-door Sedan, gray, 1950
(October), underseal, blue leather
upholstery, original owner, excel-
lent condition. 21.000 miles, $1,-
300.00. May be financed. Phone
3-1610. House Sill-A Heveo
Place. Margarita.

FOR SALE-1948 Chevrolet Fleet-
line Tudor, complete, with extras.
Excellent condition. Call Albrook
FOR SALE:-1939 GMC Panel. Good
motor, $100.00. 0817, Plank St.
Balboa. 2-3753.
FOR SALE:-1951 Jeep. Duty Paid.
$1.300.00. M. L Lytle, Box 1785
FOR SALE:-1950 MG. Duty Paold.
Excellent condition, motor recently
overhauled. Phone 2-3447.



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DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue, K Street corner
Telephone 2-3479. Panamra.

Travel via "AREA," "the Route of the
Good Neighbor." NO INCREASE
$70.00...NEW YORK, $114.00.
..GUAYAQUIL, $80.00..-. QUI-
TO, $86.00. Round trip to MIA-
MI, $126.00.. NE W YORK
$214.00. .GUAYAQUIL $144.00
..QUITO, $154.80. BOEING 4.
engine planes. For more details see
Avenida Nacional (Automobile
Row), telephone 2-1655.


FOR SALE: Newly arrived fancy
tropical fishes, hamsters, para-
keets, African love birds, flowers,
Panama's only PET SHOP, No. 55
Via Espoia, phone 3-5411._
FOR SALE:--New baby mink, cape.
stole. Very cheap. 0779-C5 Wil-
liamson Place, Balboa, 2-1852.

Bids will be received in the office
of the Supply and Service Director,
Balboa Heights, or General Manag-
er, Commissary Division, at Mount
Hope, CanaI Zone, until 3:00 p.
m. Monday, June 22, 1953, when
they will be opened in public, for
furnishing 5,000 fat beef steers,
from August 1, 1953 through July
31, 1954. Forms of proposal, with
full particulars, may be obtained
in the office of the' Supply and
Service Director, Balboa Heights,
or of the General Manager, Com-
missary Division, Mount Hope, Ca.
nal Zone,

FOR SALE:-At a boargoin price, all
the Venetron BHinds of a house.
They are ii, perfect condition. Call
telephone 3-1122, Panama.

FOR SALE:-Bargain! Asbestos tile
roofing. Can be painted. For Bun-
galows, churches, countryhomes.
etc. Veraguas Street No. 13.
FOR SALE:-Wooden chair for office.
Good condition. Phone 3-2094.

Position Offered
WAN' iD -- Experienced salesgirl,
must speak English-Spanish, very
good salary. Colon Jewelry, oppo-
site Tropi: Bar. 10th St.

Real Estate
FOR SALE:-50-acre property In El
Volcan. near Boy Scouts camp. post
office and highway. Telephone Bal-
boa 3147.
FOR SALE-Established quick service
laundry in the heart of Colon.
Truck, machinery and equipment 2
to 3 !2 years old. Opportunity for
energetic person. Purchase can be
made with or without real-estate,
if interested you- may contact El
LavomAtico. 8054, 11 th St. Colon
or Phone 1462.

5 Judges Named

To Select

s Panama'

panel of judges for the
ianama Contest to take
next month were chosen
ster of Commerce and In-
don Temlstocles Diaz Q.,
eulde over the jury. Two
poW0n ladles will serve -
rturo Motta, herself a
, and the Mrs. Llona Bears,
eotfllUon classes are at-
.by Panama's younger so-
PreMdent of the Newspa-
en's Union, Ricardo A.
(who Is also editor of El
A Am6rloa) will also give
aton an judge.
aft' artist, businessman
tor Alollo Arias Jr., is the
merof the jury.
to will be Judged on
peraaity and poise by
e j ht tsm used by
n Uverse Pageant.
1 Panama and Lucky
Cigarettes are sponsoring


POSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santa Clara. Completely fumlr ml.
Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
rig our linens. Phone Dagmar's

PhECpe. Oceanside cottages, Santa
Clqra, x 435, Bilboo.
Panama 3-1877, Cristobal 3-167.

William.' Santa Clara each cottages,
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockios
ono. Balbo 2-3050, emept
Spend your week end at Casino San-
to Clara, cabins $4.00 a couple.
Dance music by Caslio Aces.
Gramlich Santa Clara beach-cot.
toges. Electric icebox, gas at
moderate rates. Telephone 6441
Gamboa; 4-567, Pedro Minuel.


FOR RENT:-Chalet, furnished- or
unfurnished, fully fenced, three
bedrooms, two baths, parlor, din-
ingrnom, kitchen, porch, malnY4
rpom, garage, small swimming
pool. one year renewable Itse to
reliable party, with thfee montIs
prt payment. Box 5043 Ancon, Ca-
nol Zone.
FOR RENT:-Vertllote,,cre d
modern chalet, two, bedrrend,
maid room. hot water, good
of Panama Golf Club,
monthly. Miguel Hiv Phon

FOR RENT:-Two bedroom welt far-
nished chalet, porch, yord. gjefl -
erator, goa stove. Monthly, $12.
00. Phone 3-4860.
FOR SALE:-Six apartment house In
desirable s-burban section. Bringi
good profit. Price $8,000.00.
ner assumes first mortgage. Tel.

FOR RENT:-Furnished house. Liv-
ingroom, diningroom. 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, wash tubs, hot water.
No. 93 'Via Esparla, beside "Radio
Miremar." 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
2 p. m. to 4 p. m.


Two and five roomp fumnishd and
unfurnished apartments; prSvalT o-p
closed gardens. 8061, t .
NeW Cristobof. Teleph&%lo Cblbt-
FOR RENT:-Aparfment, 2 bedroom
in El Coca, 7th Street No. 10,
FOR. RET-FT miO unW-hii ew bafi
vocation quarters; JUly 3rd to Oc-
tober 3rd. Phone 6-382.
FOR RENT; Specisql l turuw
apartment with everything, 2 .i
rooms, for family or _.le, $
00. North American no and
others'furnished $75.00 C $ .00.
Telephone 3-0471. Discount by


FOR RENT--Furnished cool room .
board (European-American cook-
ing). for one or two gentleman.
Call afternoon Justo Arosenwg
Ave. No. 57.
FOR RENT--Room for couple wtls"
out children. IneptianC I.,
block from 4th ot Jvly, fthomm.
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orngThe weatherinmay payset U.S. Open Champion
the dope car todaryls Preak-
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(N) r t 100 kilo- six ownet* who will send -their Make certain, the feet are
catego- colts against "Native Dacer." properly placed, with equal
(N)Am I nd. e'weight "ditributlon. and the
come (N) lelfr eomp.= lllt will Despite the gloomy forecast, toes pointed slightly outward
ULT*S Grow al T with turf experts expect N ative to aid balance.
of J. : lfouw 4An any Dancer to be an odda7in favor- Check the grip before asaup- -
S It s ite. Most Qwner -adiit- the ing the stance.
T11 fthe 12 Dancer looks even sharper than Look down the fairway and
Jia fdan t t Zn~t ictl 1-meter he did finlhigl asesona .by I make a mental picture ot their
SO0 0Ir icto ate inintB B *AEW l than 50,- head to "Di ar Stal" n the shot. You have gripped he
t 010 -7 h l t 'Jbm the Kentucky Derby three weeks club but have not soled it be-I
001? Ml 0x-I5 3 3 B e tlrae t. ago. The trainer of tirk Star hind the ball.
10e ( Z5-2), Milaken and Iftht Eddie Hayward -: maps., "No After taking only a few prac-
Nam..e-3 ,nd (..D a T i 'ti comment'"fwhh itice swings, you will discover
Roo.t.. thinks the =u W icoul: your*stroke with this long club
rae i repeat. It's the gama story with is more of a sweeping motion
ukee e trainers ot "Rwa.ay Gem," than was your hit-down-and-
o. Imi'oro?a .* I.I Jamie K." Crreofndlt." through arc with the iron. Due
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moble tSe *. .atwvan Kid to see everything. The least bit .
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f1 tion and will zplmt lt four roimW 1 iIiial- to straighten the colt out. Ar-
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SO edtofnahae.con- wait m d Aneie. Preakness the driver drags along tI
S- 't1a d. .1-. be pre- Another feature race today s ground on your bcilawingll.
-2 lhe i Alberto rt of., world rented to te aniam Boxing the Metropolitan Mile at 'Bel- little longer than It d ..4-
Bet t 1952 drivi drive Cimmisiea Monday for ap- mont park, New York. "Tom shorter-hafted medi
-,r 41 Itier comp- adplwI At thdir weekly seinion. Fool," out' of the money only wing 'i. driver afs
w ror". wlao aand once in three years, is the you can and stll mal ti
S AllRoud A ri overnight favorite. "Royal Vale" n. ar:t...,
f T of which has won four stakes. this distance to your ii
ane a 4 year, will carry second top sacrifice harmony in your .
Sr.. 1 iaySFor-regon 'af 1- s three tern. just to develop Af
ri' A Inate cdiprt aso 00. EUGEN aO My (N A) Pivot with a natural rLvyhs
i' -d-- W.U. Earl Averill, Jr., should have Calumet Fir's cdntender for Remember that this r1cm -
i Ma"ur iat tBellfi'a li E a theoroiglf tWJietugidhing of thte-yolear-old filly honors t the speed of the swing. ..
rd .Mar s 8 l of ted ba9ieb th tino hecorn- "ubbley" has arrived at t .t t l fut aiS o lind
Steal wtl drtn r pletes lts e eduation. Delaware Psrk for the Me o- swing as .to o S' .,'
7%,e am of th6 torlar Clov rial Day8 IDel81 0 Sl e: Not onl WM yen keA .
Syear', plu ed Kw-ndiatheer S obut yao will alo,%tke i
466ameasnwo ketata ei m I farther dUe to the added
ut.m '."heIsa .igo The driver .shlhed be m at

7NLThe downswing is exhutsd
pr.(rr much the same manner- .
(8),.3 A with the medium Iraon Ow, i.
the difference in the
t .. .- the club, the driver will.
06- .T O AAit off the turi cleaner.
e 12, '- 109 4 ron shot become. moi
7:1t- 9 gX -in between the lofted "ub t
-EXT: The other weeds.
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Plan For Parley *
W^siSm.rTO.,----La Y s3 (UP) "1.: /fth5oplE knor 1'E+ truth ad the country is sale:' _" AbrIkham IMiwoha, .- ..
President Eisenhower believes". .. .
next month's Big Three con-
erence In Bermuda should be ITWENTI -EIGHI H YEAR. PANAMA, L. P, 8TUftDAY, MAY 195 rt
an informal get-together of i m m '
friends, unencumbered by the '
usual army of experts, advir s
and technicians, administoationr
;;: inin itr"0 Lfehman Srays McCadrthyisrtt i
officials revealed today. prr aled todaySa.s iM c -^r"
These officials tod a reporter =
the President is thinking In -
terms of having "very few"! .
ildes accompany him to thLe,
conference with British Prime H A l a ':
Minister Winston Churchill and ,I Ai *e (I |fIi
'Whe still unnamed French pre-
'iier. ThAe British and French' ur s liy T n Reds ,
delegations also are expected to| Ct. Q
-.e small, officials said. o.Co'.
Still u in the air is a date WASHINGTON. May 23 iUP)-I Britain and the Uited Stat dent to wrest leadersi fd ctic party md "rdued t to be
and a site in ermuda for the Sen Herbert H. Lehman ID- but between McCarthym a. Congress which. Bid ato ImpotOen.
Big Three meeting Oiticials of N.Y accused President Eisen- America's role of leadership ina eeam to be Carryllng t p IM le do- n Al% the world'slMulto ,S
,ncre askedd chances tht it niaylhboer today of letting -MeCar- the free world. now.. ., .. ae .a.a t Of a., ih14 Uni, i.u
e ost oned s lae in hyi" eidanter Allied cooper- "The two are Inconsistent. To eghleiner said the al t. or
.f trance has trouble forming atiuo nI thr wild Bght against attempt to reconcile them Is to as a dexer i the
Governmental. The collapse oferl_ lluyar ac. Invite disaster." erahop ot wSch hevelt Iw aat et
noued hoas left the French Amertians for Democratic Ac- Btenhower has let "hIrrespon- teat --. t. t re t lm a- [h i.-
emorarl without a Premier tion. the New York senator ex- bles In his party too far in MC (B ing
Informants said June 15 had pressed concern over the recent his efforts to maintain Republ- eto ao d he b I a ru pus '-
been considered as a tentative verbal exchange between Sen.'can harmony and friendly rela- relatleashl biwr late i threataSdle
date untiL Premier Rene Mayer Joseph R McCcrthv iR-Wis.) I Lions with Congress. Preldent ta e B-yi e L* -.'
said he couldn't make it be- and British Labor Leader Clem-' ADA members showed more f." ng the enmpt of .
cause he had scheduled a trip to! ent Attlee. disposition to attack the Wlscon- behlesinger said Mr.' lt more m Utry less
Turkey. American officials were ,T h ,. sin senator than to open a front- curbed the power of t#e lften. money, Biddle sa w%0 bli- fom
in the dark on whether a new The time has cqme when the al assault on the President Buey P. Long (D-Lq.) qw'ugh ca=s cannot hope, y n s a. ICanal
French Premier would be com- administration must make ItsI National Chairman Francis denial of patronage S100e tax down a McCarthy meree bec A q
emitted to go to Turkey before choice between appeasing the Ir-i Biddle in his report on.the past avesttgatjbis tnd thsr neth- to conceal forever tWe Dcattng aalZone
meeting with Mr. Eisenhower responsible at home and break- year's activity said It was "a os. Mr. Roosevelt, lr of worldwide resltaht dt "'l.
and Churchill. ing up the unity of free men particular pleasure to report said, isolated Long witn, be oviet onspiracy." ------

eting said It sregr as a Rep tor to ahieveunity in the y and shall continue to do Sa a To Send bdu h
low my precise agenda i 2n sur the free world, he administration The chief eritilism level ed
veyntheir rlations an pol- willhave a terrible accounting to a gaL Is Mr. Eeqho wer O e J La
Ic "twardtihe Soviet Union. ,make with history. that he has failed to exeriNse 1 o S Ic, JU Law e r-I .
This is something like the "The issue Is not between leadership. _ie
famous wartime,conferences be- -- --- -- Lehman contended the Inter- U *"l
tween Churthill and the late nal threat Qf Communmism IsCA May 23 (yP)-4glape- Banday at an EgypUianarmyra-
President, Roosevelt. It is Caall hiaf Sf nothing eompa d to the exter- am 21 ad- rnewmeben2 efiat, r7 rm "' "" '
Churchill' s favorite way of doa nal threat of oViet imp rialm"b B a a ner a n Me efit
ng business with other tates- and said t will utakeb' eun t isotoyad a t tim ta wts o A
Adminitaltion officials pri- meet that dangr and oaover ae husband, Itp ta ir ndt y
vately voiced alarm at : 'ondon .it:" t "O C. "" 'n
and Pairi statements su~gestin racinmuuu Kink W n 9in d
the Big Three neetina Ilosi m otsR K bI- in a bid to win bar
certain to* eat- thw stage r a, ,- .
certain to et the at or a Changes alffting the cs iall ngIW eChI-as a T eall halt. I i
later meeting with e Soviet fg r checks botI i-rdte aidVie an eSd to arrive fro
Union. Suich- 'f tasts are an'ocal-rate nal epy M. hleslnger, e g-Jr., at a new ori to try t tle sl try
garded In. official qur h were announced tbt week I onfer ce laying the back- bel dancer out of br h-
as premature.- mph-d cular Issued by C oroler fm_ the mconventioe to. eekadio ,.
. aced rather the n thl d y Noble. -I,~lleralr i it M id sai pot

has undergone extraorwin ar The cakt ptofhp l ray. t ue by aa d '. t A.e loo
S n .. the Post Ofices InG n, 0 popular eer.ate L the a rpor.

Ru asWstro. e d n. o o. ono"o __SS.., n^ .- .. .....- ...

M hadeomn:t Dom betl T o p naos-ot ore ohser, dr ,,orm,, .. .b& n.,...,.
tuOneM y TrtInoffic rerent that the -gor eriod e u b b.. .
Controlled one-wayn.p traffic and r Pedro i auel e s ur atnet rhedof u tero am a

over:mua:.doe d D Ty s S_._W n' a yno, u"e ted?1o ^ue Lunch- ---ad hi r ndf .T A L ""aS
nt Ae Britia rench days d Tuesdays of the aU. .- W 1e I2e lt op ite from 6 th eet t 11hedut fr9 bl t. i
ie id worte pay wk will be dioontin- wot,"" d -
iUeswt n IU edang1ol Vlerednext t months stmp er twa ie ll BnWe
touk be. dang erom to a m n :r1
p.m. In the event It comes I autor to ash checks u Bck l

ncP a htnsheyhelfu Signds4h" Ti"nelan Bill Fwlor s M a *
Itooteh6use DIrvl-e
Ne p rouseilnes the ro a y Hing Off, trroom slon.+ ", ]e Whief fHOtMB a th, have und *TloN, 'sTo" ,
emphasized .ItwoulPbe u nfor- P r viu nit r r t Hondd dur-sL ,

nOan Traffi .8.-rateM egm. o "I: period as be Tanh bo.
tunate to boostphopes of a four-with l l s alupoig l a ratton,. oRas ( oy wor- ..e cosef tor, new s.

em etin uil the o- fn- a-terInh n~ e dthe te h v er haul. o ernr ntthrr -
Ber muda.d d dIyo te i The PedMotal uel Lun he on- g en ad
e on Br sette will revert to its normal studdedet with eqqlp- rmadeo
dyt banking facilities In Gamboy e. .operati-ng h .ours srtng Mon- up Of.brabeaded-string
cashing service. at Gamboa inent from 0the C sbo.e Dlv-st down the front.
New Controlledi 'theH housing .Office.storeroom sian., u -left bal k h nrOAevoii daa
f 2 until 4 on preymdays for e hor rsealowe sideftbackher e dnHouston.
Avne ay oTraffic r cle cuow r added the at period as plan8,

nonced that the branch banks in onthe oscem oru psae or ..e
Controlled- one-way traffic w ilBalboa on which checks are Starting Mndaly, the Lunch- sarnaa midbhe!
effect on work days beginning on Tds0ft-ichDu-. ..
Monday whle ework In the v-t e of he f -ig"S' "o 6jutife ,w3f.d "

Iby Mttenance Division forces.!

lThe work41 be completed aIe

in effect from 7 .m. until 3:30ict.
leceAsary to close the roadway I .
entirely lotrshort tperio, seapl-fI Sg I1 Iin .Bill F FM rI3..
lbformspthe public.
Withe action during the contri- President 11senhower 4*-ned the' tore b .ae .Shoud be ad Ia tlat must b ,-dh
-- --peaio s -' --Controversial Tideland ,1l y 63- luM1 .terld by the federal govern-I Presld A houbdwe
Reach For, =-- ,terrcay but.asid bluntly he oppos-.mot and -,Income therefrom to'.-m-a-"'.eet
RIegiving the coastal states any,- AD&l90 Inthefederal tress- and Vush
income or- oil right. from .e ah- ury..-wl IP-_ .- _. m_,--
App ,es Lands Lad merged lands beyond their his.- The d hi pal .- W t ..
Mr, Eisenhower signedthe, jie- wa*l*A, ew- battle in Cor res s .d.
It Colon HospitalbtIslon-gving the coastalate over,,,& ..t'-' ....the
-s-ation-giv"n the cdastalstatestovr a' fowmm .bill Providing
title to submergid lands fromI for ateve*4
mannhoerson nott,ea 15-year-'ld low tide mark to their historic L of th outer wl h'
Panamanian who fell out of what seaward boundaries-as 46 con-i L ht .id fTeas want a h WIN 514.
he VXled 4 "Golden Apple Tree" gressiaen of both parties looked voce l va administation of t .
at Camp olendThur Hospital to-. He sad 'the new actrecognizes oefll
.1~,edg Coo sta ocean- ,ledge that extends"w,
'the.clent rights of the state1s'ot'"ar 0 miles beyond de t f --

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