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:
AA00010883:01610

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MINAT TOOF THE MEETING
:' s h d-n mezi ti' ir: Hier. a the tranmcript for you: .
tingpWa ym will please come to orW have
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e o tler's "Ja" o t known 6 discuss the Ciil Fuit n Apro-
Sonl one rula general discussion of t le bill I ouMI
b t~~onn be yien ehleh oftr to b Peiw members of the c oBthe r
rIbo tho of =1e r J'Rp dudiating
41n could -do th s or that was. t uch o the apertainin otfo ..o ..
Sthe final result wa the same. (td beto e .T a-e*i. opportunity ot b.f It. cock- I
If yv, tshy I thI e t t they can do. tag _rt 6. the guest was an esL o o le ev
up tIs e attiheM = our 7 bette s em to be ror the course of the v tre were a I
tca refu oul gltyour apbmed s a1 who were quite IntereAted n the work-
atiud tr 1t01at u tlany s t but throughout th-e evening I hPard'M
t arf dt em to be -i the conhmuon I men- I ll.
sop .e p or csevel ot the favorable cond s. I will en-
sttere s one thip t least lolh tma ple ation; t you ow. They are as follows: (1) The United
doi aS .Ad the Dootors at Gorgal have lhown the tesl Goel free of charge, the age -- --
Sqy-eto do .-L.SfMLkWt of the Panama Canal shI be no can- etand ev building: (2) Rental rates wicr rry WAS
sa.to noonyto th lf e but u ar o,.O ra.ss and.WASHINGTON, Mayo 30 (UP) -- Son.
Committee in, hingto is cer- (3)The climate is Ideal, it is warm Wiley (R-Wis.)struck back hard today at Sen. Rob.tE
on esltt ) en epe oe ol 1a isnd ir0ay tu ,ond; I r, the houen. Nuodea n ,,. F i a Taft's now-famous plea that America "fogei tabot"
....... wm 'l ,-nlei ~ .. ..-never bee...to the ClnAv-Zone, I have always aused y United Nations as a weapon st aggro,,.
mx ,en's Club prima-douas an. gh ep s a of you have done, for .flfnl and e nems of t t il.
Au ae ol ggTo do oD itoott lone t me and time nothing better" than to see the United Sldks
8bn hellpfijl- There I& bal! one thing
-^ ^^^s^.te^b i.no abou t -it You am aware, to I I
bik sherealization on ,,-.t obeen e. w States pluas a' M"ItrOl Ztein
b hos equa- p .e wages la the States plus, a %o ls Mmorial Day3I do
m auabsolute limit to Wh*t- d.i a d J oiffer .Y9.4aft al probablyawaretbat there aret t ot
if obe os nyoond t t pomA. .11 30 tetreeme a 'nedat bly he Unte States Gov- ld pay.nore fitting tribu t to t
rthI1*i0S11 of work in the 5 i k? aiS f crneat the sole pur e of the employ.b traveling oR sad, "than to reaffirm 6ur faith in g thea en
U1 or when those ..Q, svhere.vaeaytes* lo to d from th4 Continental United Sttea For a i !or wrki n ou th ills a s ,
ai "/, otherwlseav le-nere one-was a im thatti m t for work....ing out thete.lsi.. s- i .
.-- t- Tte "ca- J 2351 e ye a _exempt ,m fomf oo.s ."wh .W..-.f
Who h, y.SSntmave our futu hMand S LS Nowbens tl ne r etthe Rtond-Alelesa 'nud.u. e "<
t .gllfte.I ,the c to do d scuedie following: (Yir Re t R tn of th odiftereniAl S T
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LONDON. May 30 (NWA)
before she goes to Russia,
Mrs. Perle Mesta, until re-
ntl,: U. 8. Ambassador to
,uxembourg, Is making good
cl am of "hoste with
e mostest" by being here
fastest" for the Coronation.
Madame "Call me Misnus"
n esta has set up her com-
easnd ,pst in Groevenor
Iquare, acr-s from the A-
n embassy.
1From this vantage point,
e Is prepngto lay sl
: the inte tio soolety
assembled here for the
crowning of Queen Elizabeth

DON'T SHOOT
Her battle cry, according to
MIyfar wags: p t shoot
until you see the White
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PEASANTRY


Sradley Is the prize catch
't Mrsm..M ta's tree steak-
-Chapagn- fiesta setl
dthe =wanp Londonderry
"o n 8 June 3.
Wavers will be laid for 150
atsand after the feed
lh d s w be thrown
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"teuanto ". k an old,
topila r m ly twi o
S MOSCOW TRIP
Si.terrupted at her staff
Work, Mrs. Meata appeared to
hOve all but forgotten a-
bout her. projected trip to the
soviet Union.
"Maewrd she replied ab-
at-mnaindedly. "Oh, yes --aft-
er the Coronation."


PER 3 MESTA A OAb:
Russia comes after the Core-'
nation. s
What will she see in Rus-,
"I want to travel around
and see the steel mills. I'm
in the Teell. business myself,
you know," she said.
EASTERN TOUR
It will be December before
the United States sees way-
thing of Mrs. Mesta, for after.
her Russian visit she Intends
to tour the Near and' Far
Bast before embarking on a
lecture tour of the U. S
:,"I'm pattJ all my money
into scholarships for Europe-
an students -to America," she
confided.


TOOTHBRUSHES
S"I've got three Luxembourg
students in the U. 8. now,
and they don't have to pax
for a-thing. I even buy theft
IX aev~a geln by rest," she
Then a n! ad Kher jeecetary
went bMtl to work itif the
guest list et hWe .- s lblow-.
out for lust th i blent
of British corota, U. S. Ar-
my stars and assorted diplo-
matic sashes.


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In Tense, Torrid:


Suez Caool Zone

By FR $PARKS
CAIRO, May 30 (NE ),- A tommy gun at the base
of the pyramids is one sight you'd see if you'd tour guard-
ed Cairo and the Suez Cnal' Zone with me during.this
tense, troubled time as Egyptian and British politicians
trade terrible threats.
Come along; see aend her:
A freight camel stops for a red light next to a Codil-


Back off on the bdnks of the palm-studded cAile sits
a light tank with a neat and watchful Egyptian GI in the
turret, scanning our apitoaqh. ith binoculars.
Wepass him to enter He GHQ of President General
Naguib just as Egypt's r Everything" whips up in
an armed co '.y and kipiout of his car, taged by an
officer fingering yellow Molem prayer beads.


Inside we arsmpt by I cap-
tain with a black glove cover-
ing his false left hand he
fought the Jews In the desert.


with a fly swatter, and says:
'Remember th is atoskm-
portant to the United States
as to the UnAted Kingdom."


RGJMPS NAGUOI AMu PASAAr : A W *ay for 2k brase


Later s I wasu gnaQ s In
my teat I popped awmk like
bread out of a toste as a
wild bullet fanned t nearby
air -anmother iidmt Which
akes this place a potential
Indochin '(or Malaya.,


He explains:
Prvate cite Including DANCING NON-SLEEPY SUMMER
Cairo teachers. a .preparing Tanned y me n in ... .y v-
for "Der Tag" at air campS white esackets dance en idpe fitor a slee
with two weeks of rifle prac- with their laden the 1" by the remarksI. .I ,maf
twice. to Arab gatheringbst nearby
"Der Tag?" That's the D- WatchIerg v 1
Day .-PrM in ni lesne dls- the~of of t I Typic-al wau Sleib Al ba- I
Serg the atf w member N.
British from. their soi*lg two British Toi .e. 'In malbs nitry who l ,
leased 8ueI base, cause of all starched trople ear- fhtt m
the bloody bickering. r7n Ight *aclhiae guns. on then weTwfll make a th .li
EVACUATION the reay. a Bri ih emetary." .
On the airstrip we see Brit- This little scene u wt n though s far burials
Ish wives and oldren board- nessed here tells the simple are ew, you have- to :s
ing an evacuationn" place or store of this slash of b tha. when two
their flight home. sand. g.enr two 4Li


see patrol n d reayto slap down ay
troopers in wrap'-* "around serious Egyptian moves to MIRACLE NEEPED
World War I leggings, worry them out of the ues
We c_ n area by guerrilla or frontal _Aypl &O
asks, "Weuld they te Brit- tWar,
as) dae seIse Caitre We BRASS-KNUCKLED Joy a mnraele ti erak theec
.know t heir, p rugtis are F or six weeks now sufficient eam.
quite s .. ; bullets, bombs and knives ia toured In rqulred British
"And Wahr e?. Wei are r y hvem tbeehS 1es MI eC NEDtED
ready. evn If porly ..ygrled4 o
sa. T. .km..%Itois.. a...u 4* w


found e men had flo
and left behind* wma Aeth -
its throat cut. ,a sairiflce to"
hope.
MIGHTY BITTER
In Ismailla, lsart of the
worried Canal Zone, we dine
with an Egyptian newsman
on strongly seasoned meats
and odd oriental pickles ten
with the, fingers tofthe left.
hand.
He was iated tIn Enhand
andIs mlghty bitter. "Not.ldng
lW histy hass been achieved
without blood," he say.. "he
British .must leave the Sus.
emapletely, sad ne mere talk."
On a barren field, new tents
are pitched for Royal Marine
co=mmandoe, 'strong young
men with gay tattoos on
their asms, men newly flown
in from Malta.
In a club with a dart game
target on the wall and a
copy of "Punch" on the table,
an. of*f=er points to the map


knuckled emergency.
The dangerous gan
and-run being play
Nile delta-and fur
Important to you .


OIL FIELDS
While the United States Is
traditionally against one
country's real estate without
frteoily invitat tbS Brit-
ish bae is the' piny po-
Useemsan,', the .ll
feds of Aato
As toning .. 1 Secretary
of State John Foster Dulles
Is telling the Arab world, Sov-
let Premier Malenkov isp
thrsty for that-oil as # wI
for a acoop of Water atter a
four-hour tax ride throw
the desert wastes from airo.
I had the unique experience
of driving the taxi, since this
is the holy Mosem month of
Ramadam and during the
broiling daylight Moham-
medans do not eat or drink.
My hungry driver was fell-
ed uederw y at a bud
hhea e and took


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Not to ment families
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peted with imported gra a trem
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2. Imported Roast Prime RiM of he~
S. Boston Bak.d' Bens. -mnkftmr. 0*.
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TUESDAY: 1. Salisbury Steak with Smothered OnlcdO
2. Braised Turkey Wings with JUce
3. Avocado and Chicken, Salad ,Plate
WEDNESDAY: 1. Spaghetti with Meat Balls Panmm .
2. Curried Chicken and Rl-. Ma4.
3, Sitee.t Fresh Park with Apple 5'b .


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heMs ot Ot- te breo ant prefg wUie the*'rt seetiag.
The png M Wes to 0 the hot lte r Oa twWr ldae.
Log-luaael beteIy brush, em epe" aM""W NNW oAbsakew
sad a tinles steel raek (net show) etl se t U abmeeM set.

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SNA Stff Writer
When the sun begins to bla,
hotly Memorial Day, we clean.
up Uhe rusty baioecuj grill,
frarcks, dig out the insect repel-
lent and take to the picnic ta-
sie. And even though the flies
ouzz down with greedy enthu-
slasm and there's more smoke
han fire Ip the-grill, dining "al
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Since resisting the pressure a gin or low Scot vie
qthe children's pleas and my-
ihusbard's persuasion for a pic- BY GAILE D-G
Sr. _Ihn-u'. .nceBY GAILEDUGA -
-"ot. I've looked around for in- ,NA Womsan'sS
pensive gadgets which make :EW. YOt- (NEA)-There
Smprotes much e. er and a are times when picking a gift
btmore-fun. A "lWa"e l is '6 th for preseiitattien at, the b
Metal-mesh food protectors, meial-mkm feeoL oteete* r fast table on father's Day
for example, that- flt oer a wbaMft plattt eep a real proMem. He has -
platter or bowl, wilt keep flies Mswa th. be. thing. Or he says he has. :-
away from food moreeffective- ed oun the other to trap con- PeAs h has a hobby s Mt
' v than an occasional wave of densing mostbrei. ha collected everything be
e hand. Although you can needs to cay on. His w be
Si4 the food under the protee- nieeds toarked. Ar n he w"rb
10, thk porfrtlo in the yel- H is well stolkedork hefte,
tbhS era Ionartie HELPFUL HINTS- f .sy so orthese
tow or green omeh are small ..... le
sough to screen oit bug. You hae a ble no
A log4handled frank-spear Is If you'd like to make a bird- doubt about it. A J ust
staged In a. new barbecue set bath in the, backyard scoop moent.. *n plctur.
tf stainless steel. The spear, out a shallow hole i tati ground his hobby and he's a real
rh two brackets ait, a tne the.-allow with.-aluinum era wtb dees he-own one
SIM e s0foil, and fill t with, water. low-cost movie Amerm s
prongL Is designed toThe shine of the foil will help a flst f12.7 len hat. t
hold, And release the sizzling attract the birds. outdoor as well as Indoor n '
Shot dogs without the chef's les? And in tfull color orb'bli
touching them. A long handled sticks to the soleplath' of and white
Uig bruh can opnr If you find that starch This type caera uses low-
. l. brush, can openeyour Iron, clean it .off- With cost 8mm. film d is -, o
lalt And pepper shakers, and a!a mild, nonscratchy household load and tue. II, tow-' out
stainless steel rack are .com- cleanse. lRewx the surface this? .
panign pieces to the spear. With .beesw*p, Wipee off the InthitW W-stD-te4Viardrob
excess wax and polish with a we're wifllg to bet that he
To get the charcoals glowing clean, dry cloth. hasn't one'of the new warm-
"-r we fire b-lastg without --- weather shirts In Pan-Ansri-
'-lmorehed fingers or smoke-fill- Inspect your living room be- can "piue, a dool but opaquS
id eyes is the clatin to fame fore retiring or going out at fabric for business wear. Comes
of a new fire starter. This Is a night. See that no cigaret butts In wite and eight colors and Is
Nnma pair= cup filled with 5 are left burning under sofa bhdget-priced.
hard chemical compound which cushions or on tables. D es h r own -a shirt- in
you put under the logs and r andi cotton? They're
tou off with a match. The When you're painting, can't brand new, too. They look
irtr t.bUrps Intensely o 10] finish the job in one day Aand and feel like cotton but wash
r:: .?rimutes, elminatg t ,ftis and haven'. tme. to clear the and dr quickly, need no Iroh*
U tig wtt papers and kindalg. paint-soaed brush throghlyv ig. They also possess cotton's
you can keep the brush soft porosity.
InexpensIve, and practically for a day or two, ix7o wrap Awl ap tihe wardrobe theme,
tuete ribbed ruler it in aimminum fif Prel s te ~1as he tried the new washable
ito t inkeep frosty glasses or foil together at the edges to aP -'M witt n' yton mesh
rage tles from keep out all air. fl l 'They qulte the thing
kdlairg off the tray. The.a 4t0 f 114rbeer wear because they
S F-e "i.@eolhd pads rtt o r ill dangeroqa cracks in filoofr vF lft cork and rubber


Land o l wicker furniture wit,
Bre !a le ed in warmatO
RT, R. I. (UP)--After W s lt& keeps Wicker trai,.
ian John P. Foley re- .------,.
asked for and was A little bopx addedto the
td shore duty for the wash .n w ter will break i'ne
timte. to mirrors.


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Snatching elastlcled gore. lotions.;
man "so
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, 9 p.m.

El Panama's Patio.


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ARMANDO BOZA


and his orchestra.


Tickets on sale at El Panama
In Col6n at Semanarlo Atlantico
$1.60 per person


(U raining after 8 p.m. contest will be held
Sunday at I pia.)


MISS PANAMA who will be chosen in a final contest on
June 21st., will represent Pana)aa in the Mlu Universe
Pageant sponsored by the city of Long Beach. Oallforaia.
Pan American World Airways. Universal International
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SFOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
Household Automobile Do *. vow h s dislg p a WHalamns' Santa Claia Beach cottages.
SWelIe Aleholiue Ate ymme. es 2 bedr~oms, refrigerator. Rocki as
YS.E:-Two single beds with FOR SALE&.- .. -5, Dr. De Luxe 201 Anse C. Z. rd esl .alboao 2-3050, except
!1 built by Cowes. Perfect Chevrolet, '$1, 90 cosh Leather week-end.
dition.32nd St. No. 45, be-! uCho;.tt. 17.000 mdes. Call 4- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
812 noon. 124 etje'n 8 a.a m.. and 3 p. m Certal Avenue. K Street corner. Gromllh- Saor. Clara beach-cot-
-12 cl i Until. M1 aoy, Telephc.ne 2-1479. Panama. togas. Electriciceboxes. gas stoves
.E:-25 cvcle refrigerator, --m- moderate rates Telephone 6-441
ust reconditioned. Call 3-2737 or FOR' SAt--.l954 Chevrolet 2 door DC, you want a ne. niembrr in your Ganbo; 4-567. Pedro Mauel.
26-A Roosevelt Ave. New Cris- Fte1sire. Radio: t4,600 m.ies .imrli .AKC Peg,rered Cod-ck 4-5 rM
6rtoboA RRserible. elbrook 4179 ofter 3 Spanel :. weel, d Coil For FOR RENT
Kobbe 39l or con be szen at
SALE -Metal library desk $15. ,--- --- -- hou:e No 92' A m-
00. Coldspot refrigerator $40.00. FORaSALE--1949 Frozer 4 Dr. Sedon. Aprlment
-Tie0phone Balboa 6347. House radio, oti' 'coidition'ig. back-up By popular demand Harnett & Dunn ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
T *5.F, Gaviln Road. ligs, Pairly clean, good sci.nd lla go.n resume ballroom dnceTwandfurroomfurnished and
-L Gi:- -l-n.-Roa. bodyi good tires, very good engine I classes at Cistobal '*Y Monday & Twnfurnd four room furnished nd
LE:-Metol dresser with mir- Selling- for $750.00 Leaving for Thursdays first class will start unrnished rd me ns;. 8061pr 10th Street
ro, orcelin top, kitchen table, t es. D. L. Bennett. No. 354, June the 8th. 5 p. m. for teen, lew ristobeI telephone Ct olon F
r bed crib with mattress. Clay- PedrtoMguel. agers. From 6.15 p. m. for service- w Telephone Colo
5144. ", men. group. Couples 36 fr
4FOR-SALE:-Ford '52 tudor sedan me", group. Couples class frnm
ALE:-25 cycle washing mo-I wth dio, perfect condition. .- 7 30 p. m Consult your *" for FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment in
ih ne, excellent condition. 25 cycle 55. Alsb'A baby stipler, bothinette, prices and registration. Call 3- El Cangre|o For information
4..fan. Oak chairs, rocking choirs, car ed. Tel. B -abo 2696. 2163. telephone 3-4712____
S4kitchen table, steel dressers, babyI TFOR RENT:-Attention to G. I. Just
Sggy. 46-A, Holden, Bobo2- FOR SALE:-1950 CHEVROLET Sty- Travel via "AREA," "the Route.of the dt modern hot cold water fur-

-oge 61 house C'0778-Bt B-iFOR SALE: 1949 Codllao c Sedon. 70.00.. NEW YORK 114.0 FOR RENT.-Small furnished port
bn x 761 Duty paid. This car is prced to sell .GUAYAQUIL. 80.'0... QU.- I ment in new Cristobol, nlmtary
"...o -------.----. Drive in and make reosonob'e of- TO. $86 00. Round tr. p to MIA- aPProved. Phone 91 Colon.
FO., E:--Dingrqcm t, maho' fer, room 229, Hotel El Panaomo. Ml. $12600.. NEW YORK. FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment.
y l ef table. 4 choirs cnd evenings or call 3-4755,. after-I $214 00..GUAYAQUIL $144.00 livingroom, dinngroom, bathrooms.
Bino closet. Livingroom 2 mcpe noons. QUITO. $154.80. BOEING 4- independent. Telephone Bolboo
cla.'ra. settee. and table. Refr ger- i engine planes. For more details see 1464
otor 7 ft. Westinghoute. Studio FOR SALE:-1948 Ford 2-door De- PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE. 36

foris 85 '9 Coco Sohto 82-G. 6th. St
cqyh. Set of Encyclopedia, practic-1 luxe 8-cylinder, good condition. Avenda Naclonal (Automobile FOR R pENT
ally new. Kitchen table and cabi- good tires, high compressor headsI RowI. telephone 2-1655.
." steel cob.net, misc. items. and extra accessories. Phone Navy ---------------------
li's .pots cnd pans. Furniture for 8579 Coco Soit 82-G. 6th. St FOR COMPLETE CHANGE OF Rooms
basement. Bedroom set, twin beds. IFOR SALE:-Reposessed 1949 Ford CLIMATE FOR REI4T.-Cool furnished rooms
i.?foble, vanity and chest cf Tudor Sedan. To the highest bid-i WITHIN THE COUNTRY IT'S with excellent meals to one or two
w..,..awers, portable Victrolo with der. Make an offer. Autoac 15th P AN A M O N T IN N gentlemen, in Bella Vista, Justo A- p
r rdc, $15. 1719-J, Tel. 3-2333 & Melendez, Colon. eIt a altitude oa 3,500 faet in Be- roesmena Ave. No. 57, corner of
Sdid Cristobal. FOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth 4-door:'qute, ir-resort of t*e Ckl-uer 34th St..
FOR.,SALE-Sacrifice! Leaving! RCA sedan. Radio, leather upholstery. mounaim esaly reached by d FOR RENT: Ncely furnished bed-
odio-ahonograph, Wolnut Cabinet will'trode for 1951 Ford Cony. Call Caps fligi .from Tecuan .to Dvi. room with kitchen privilege for
$10.00; typewriter desk, 6 draw- Amason Balboa 2333. I1 houlr eting pe married couple without children.
,e.m! $ in.00; chair, oak. inner marrleae utp I Ie w hm cI Irn-
sw.. c.u0 ionschi 2.50, inter FO SALE-E "distdelivery w eei" e eleby Call 2-5265. Panama.
ci: $8.0; Dresser, oak, with in New York 1953 Packard Clip- Fire.-css eccommdetim FOR ENT: Room, family hm
$ 8 0 ; cD. ; r e sF rra a c e s .. .- o m f a i y
S ror, $10.)00. Refrigerator, "Ser- par Do Laze 2-Dr. Sede celer Atttactive ber-leumpe with firs- with rage, no children. No. 12 .
i el' 13 cu. ft. perfect cor.d,ticn, block, Ultometic Terasm.niion. place 6th street. Coco del Mar, So-n
less than year old $350.00; Set of redio, power brakes. backup lies. Fameos cussine Francisco de la Colela.
S igersoll's Works, 12 vol. $10.00.' Price $3,200.00. Call Lee.2-25 Ideal piFORt REN Roomof euioupl.
......ino.$400.00. Houseor 34139. Reftee3 meeisiduded f iC#eeFOR RENT-Room to married couple
Spiano, $400.00. wiout children or young lady of
Tel. 6-362.___FOR SALE:-1948 Ford 2-door De. .-. d wit good habits. Daoren sitrt No.
r o- d .te c i,'god tires, high compression heads weekly, else lteswillti s 18 r
rus, oak diningroom table, chonie nd extra accessories. Phone Navy n from-- $2.50 daily. rag
Stables, misc. Phone 8579, Solito 8,2-G, Sre. ,eF r0 si as. RENT
Wi- res- w tis..M : P .am f., RENT
pc.-S Brambeo lvSgan FOR SALZi-1951 CHEVROLET Sty egBmet.
pc*,tion F o i Hine.. oor sedan Ra.rNe'r#
Steel desk, paich rni- .F SAitio:M Phone -466 FOR FOR Rni fumish
pc. Single bed, mssiiomn h.. SA Above the Centrol Theatre
thinette. Zenith radio nd 5ALE:-'50 Ford Tudor Cogtsitr M ll No. 141 Central Avenue, Pewnao
If clubs, tennis rockets. X-8, radio, tailored seat cons. scelae us F
le Heights, Ancon. Tel. Navy 3231. FOR SALE.-Fiv, retread tires and
F r-Solid. mople dining setF SALE:--1950 M G, duty paid. tubes 15 x 820. Never used. Dn- A
choirs, hutch cupboard. very good condition, $875.00 ingroom furniture, extension table. REMI TQi
le, $100.00. Maple chest Leaving Isthmus. Telephord 2- 6 chors, buffet. mahogany. Phone, istr 1, 2,
s $15.00, man's white 3447. 2-3708. House 0954 Amadof a. m. to 11 a. Ih'
44 slim, $11.00. Maple Rd Im.A lopb ,' ed it b
5.00, bamboo chair $15. FO SALE:--1948 ck-Admi Sedar e.T Rdr
l $19.00, 25 cycle I pck. Excellent contin hdrigh- FO RALE -Admiral Teless
e washig mochine 535-00. O Ft. Radio 6nd extras. Bargain 1952 series. 20 inch screen, 1-2
$5o.. Chid's clothes, dry See ot R7A Rousseau West Bank original prce Phne Navy 2644. NOTICE ,
8.00. Q. M. tables and Call 25-3521. .The Engish Furn.iture Soe hsI a INOTICE-
j-.459-A Los Cruces, Boi-IFOR SALE: Chevrolet Sedan '49: small assortment ofr "BIted -f t "fo u
-4122. new point, good tires, du yv pad spreads, me and get 'Our.dl *C ,,i
perfect condition. Cor be seen ot:! 6075 Bloar Ave. bewe 6 and with fr NEO P
SSO N S day at 50 Street and A.tiluino del 7 Sis Co'on. ewith f NEON R
S I S ... lIa Guardio No. 27. Telephone 3. FORSALE -Piano Spinet. Good con- *
r coaching, gt.de 1. 2, 3. Ca-i 3756. editionn mahogany case, $35000 Par -
g teaoc tl .Phb-e Bolb- .O- SALE-1i950 Ford V8 Tudcr Doblo. phone 2-2472. (CemBtld ed fm Pae ?TRIB)
Top condition throughout $350 CO'FOR SALE:-Furnished huise in El .
veyour' 4O rance by learn ng down. Westinghouse 9 foot 25 Valle. power oand hand tools. vene- Pr. Members zad i uher- test
*9 corretimf d smartly. Nol cycle refrigerator 5 sears o d. tion b nds. rugs. Telerhcne 2- are cordlly invited to attend.
-e"tr d&4.ianoly3is. Sudio $138.00. Roll porch shace. crd 3644. 2-1796 2-2123 -
a~aimo" -W -hii'gtqq Salon. blinds. House 151 Pedro M guel -- Thrift 8 h OM ThuI
Sune 2. Te. Lloja Sers, Motheis. 4-440. _____ PANAMA CANAL COMPANY The hop t
S3-| 565 far. or motion. FOR SALE: 1949 FARGO 1 Tonu OFFERS 1fSCELLANIOUS ITEMS I, bo WtmhleP A UHJ
e ,,rc'r CA Ei -Truck. Stake Body. Good Tires. FOR SALE IW be opena W TS"L !
rU ALE Truck ;n excellent condition. Phone Sealed bids. for opening in public, from 1:0 to.3:p. p1 Me
2-2616 Panama. will be received until 10:30 A. M Girl Scout alois h nd r i
,,RcalEstate FOR SALE 1949 CHEVROLET June.4, 1953. in the office of Super- chairm._nshpi i Mg*r T..
a furnishings.t be iNt. Rado Ws-w T .res. Phone lernTubes oated at t Cmms
2.,24966.Panmasory Division. Mt Hope; MealoIL A. W, ,.
utrdby ond Sunday, $2,000. 2-4966, Panama '_ ""Y ck E tr 'Chd The A '
Dietz n 7-8-8711 I. OO Caps, Lime Rickey Extract. Chioro -r The t4 'al
S LE- net 37-8-87 t Cerro' WANTED thym Crystals and Truck located at Club will t a of
LE:-One hector at Cerro I Cristobal Storehouse; Gasoline En- nW BO MiN- *
na $500.00. Dietz 37-8- ll ine Row Boat localed& at Section-day trai.M : B
M, "iSCellaneo |I," Balboa Storehouse; and Drills, p.m. at.tl atb 1wi
R fENT:-Fe m in Chi- Embassy Secretary de:rres 3 bed- Grnding Machines. Generator, Pumdps.'nAlluilU
or without. the right to room house Teephor.e 3-0085. Winch. Sewing Machines, Ho.ts. ticipate in
b-othjWater Meter Registers and Plumb-! .
Blo s s s v idba AMERICAN family desires 3-bed- ing Fixtures located in the "300"-1aeft ,
lort or w.er, Tieal room house or oportment for long- Area. Balboa Invitation No. 34 may| 3I01
oonr .r t (n. Ts ,.m term occupation. Telephone Nan- be obtained from the above sources. tlhe
t .m. ama or from office of Superntendent of a
R SALE Quict Ariericon couple, om wefl- toethouses. telephone 2-1815. wil
Ba : eatabl, hed fami.e.. needs unfur- FOR SALE 'cung hamsters (Toyil'l
Sta8 & M Oors ned t'o-bedroom apartment Bearst. Ideal house pets Amus- ror
with a-ds ,doogr and both after ing. odorlecs, noiseless. 239-6, Pe"- ni I
--18' halt cabin boat, also' Se P 'tmbr itI No ch.ldren. Will. dro Miguel. 8, 7
P Mercury ourboard. Tel rig TO pay one mc.nth .. ,eni n ad- --- tOCL E-o laeB
3a231. I an:- To -old Pleaoe cal Panamn FOR SALE-Tomm' Place Bar, very
3.3-29. cr. time good clentele Me it in "B" St
No 67. and ask for Pita I sE
Telephone Catching On k 35 mm Cmer m ll
CUMBERLANDHILL.RI. UPI cod as new. balrgan. Tel. BalboaJROQIU @ I
SThe New England Telephone. G new n Tof
t aledits 250000th t hihfte ln I-OR SALE -Bar. brass rail aroundil.- ...
BU ATTRERIES .nhode Lt dIn "he hae of nta ba.to.Tr mahogany top. 3 too "- B
BATTER I ES local rouole. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Gocd buy $30.00. Co1 Cristobol,- D..Of

;a available for a&ni i3 Dc ....ri a. Chs
.L vilbl r ^^ ,OR SALE: Mtsan s r.hng1 herrq
els of Antm bil SEE THE NEW I ge ar e t r:e. ,ae olrob M*ol Mnnd ft,
TC Mi,* e2? ELECTROLUX -. o21P A.S S

a me i HAVE TO EMPTY font'. culs. inks l $. Suitab'e Oo t hr ..,
"' f oSALES FRICE o lodges, s'hoels, f s or hob- so'rru
b' Priced for q dck 2-3341 A f erm


OFFERS VARIOUS IT1t ItAL-ownr .^*- I
a'ed bIds for a in a.. t." A A
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.l .'t- -.' June 8, 1953, in tbe qff oe of Su-' ii
", maeI ..un.ers Ploor permnendent of Sahlai*es, Bal-B
P.b.eer, too, for Stockhelm T*S Techn:co'


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No. 16


FOR


:OR SALE:--1949 Buick, 4 dbor
darn. Dynoflow, Plastic Seat Cov
New Tires. A bargain, $1,250.


NEW


CHEVROLET
BUICK
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4 door Sedan. A very cles
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;OR SALE-1950 Nash 600. 4 door
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The Stud Mirza's classy Mirzatoats today will

io Anguizola's former track champ Main Road a
dance to avenge their defeat of lapt Sunday. These
ree track aces meet in a $750 six anid one-half far-
b sprint that should be every bit as thrilling as
4t week's seven-furlong feature.


kMirzatoats, under jockey Blas
irre's desperate urging, just
up to nose out Great Gsme
the line last week. Math
d, cut off at the break by
stablemate Viajero, closed
immense gap but was much
late to menace the two
IIn leaders. Main Road wound
p third by two lengths. The
mirth scheduled starter today,
Dojit, finished a noor fourth.


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NATIONAL LEAGUE
.tEAM- Won Lost Pot.
lwankee 24 12 .67
Sooyn 24 14 .641
Louis 22 15 .55S
delphia 20 14 .588
York 19 19 .500
-V J1rgh 15 16 .44
ilcao 12 23 .343
elanati 11 23 .323

TODAY'S GAMES
Chicago at St.. Louis
N, M1wauke At Cincinnati (2)
* Ne Y"k at Philadelphia
'Pittrgh ait Brooklyn (2)

(First 3aSMe)
"Oklyn 020 005 00-7 12 0
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1Foe, Wade (4)'Band Campanel-
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and Sandlock. WP-Wade.
P-Dickson.


(Second Game)
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Kn, rasknto (7) and Walk-
panella (9):; Priend, Bow-
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(First Game)
D" 000 210 102-6 12 2
mtlI 102 030 10x-8 15 Q
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Aguirre will again ride Mirza-
toots and Jose Bravo Will also
be up on the Anguizola star
once more but Rolando Lopez
oil, who piloted Great Game,
has been replaced by Xirgillo
Castlluo.
This contest shapes up as a
real thriller from start to finish.
The consensus of opinion is that
the great early speed of MWrsa-
toats and Great Game will al-
low them to again open too big
a gap for Main Road to over-
come.
In 'the secondary attraction,
Sanluqueflo winner of his
only st rt hee -a shapes up as-
an easy winner in the Class 'C"
six-and-one-half furlong $650
sprint.'
Yesterday Homeland surprised
the wise by stealing a four-
length lead at the start while
the mutuels King's rise wtas
getting off poorly. Homeland
thenfstaved off the challenges of
botlf King's Prise+ and' C'oq Au
Vin to score from post-to-post in
the featured $600 Class "D" mile
race.
Homeland, expertly ridden by
Blas Agulrre, paid $1i.80 to win.
The one-tw6 with King's Prize
returned $21.20, He was one of
two winners ridden by Aguirre.
Jockeys Jose BrgVo, Rolando Lo-
pez Ofl and Aurelio Mena also
piloted home two winners each.
The best wii dividend was
$13,80 by Enriqueta In the fourth
race. The Enriqgeta-Romantico
quiniela returned $67.60 tops
for the day;
The dividendi:


PIRST RACE
1-Pepsi Cola $8.20, 3.20.
2-Pebetero $4.20.
SECOND RACE
1-Juan, Huincho $7.80, $3.20,
$2.8. '
2-Miufieco $*3.60, $3.80.
3-Tilin hin *3.80,
Pirst D uble: (Pepsi Cola-
,ual* Huincho) $35.40.
THIRD RACE..
1-Paqehtta 68. 2. 60.
*2-Okinmua $2.20.
One-Two: (Psnehita-Okina-
ga) $11.00.
FOURTH RACE
--nriqueta $13.8p0, 8.:60? "40.
qwt ra3f $ .8a0.-
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"rjj14gIn, Tjiona (7). Jolie R *4, 62.60.
). S er (9) and o 2-BaRt .lo $2.20..
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I".. Ian rrth (8). RB-B-auer 1-Rina RoIl o 2.6M S.20.
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*opa.telni (4-2).1 LP-Raffens- 3-Tnterlude $2.40.
r 1-6). Second Donble: (True Blue-
Rina Rol) $10.
(First Game) FIGHT RACE
auke 300 002 000-5 5 2 1-Newbride $3.6. 2.20. 2.20
I1 LOUis 000 002 000--2 6 0 2-Choire Brand $3, 2.20
,pahn (5-1l and CranIall; 3-Mr. Foot $2.20
sko. Chamr.'rs (7M and D. QAinlef.* (Newbridgre-Choice
te HR-Gordon 16th). Loamn Brand) $.26.
'I). D. Rice (2nd) LP-Presko-


(Second Game)
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. Louis .. .. 4
(gFit Game)
MP IA at NW YORK
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S-IERICAN LEAGUE
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(Second Game)
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NINTH 4At1f
1-Homeland $12.80. 2.40
2-Klnr't Prize $2.20
One-Two: (fHomeland-King's
Prize) $21.2.
TENTH RACE
L-Cara de O to S7.20, 4, 9"
2-VampTre.3.60, 2.8W" "
S-Mon Doule -2.0
E. TB RACI
1--Lady Mrtha $3.40, 2. 0
2-Delhla $2 0.


Spor s Bis

NORCROS G. tbjou
"Man IoItaln Dean." he col-
orul boarded giant who put the
"act" Into wrestling, will be giv-
en a full military burial n-
day.
'The 300-pound "Man Moun-
tain," whose real name wa
Prank &. ravitt. died at his
Georgla bae yesa rday of a,
heart attack. fe w a. .
Dean. wrtM d W matches
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First Race of t
1-Tap Lady J. Bravo 120' a class 5-1
2-Golden F. A. Vasquez 116 best here even
3-Domino J. Phillips 108 contender 3-1
4-Dies de Mayo V. Rodri.107x nins tough 5-1
&--Riomar J. Jimenez 109x- peda ter jockey 10-1
6-Villarreal B. Agulrre 110 t It out 5-1
7-Taponazo 0. Moran 105x-tdmr andicaps 15-1

2nd Race "C" Native I Muilelu i sc .0 Poel cloves: 1:M.
Second Race of the Deoble
1-Rosa B F. Hidalgo 103;-CGotddapring surprise 5-1"
2--Tuira R. Guerra 105x-Di-taiee to liking 2-1
3-Miranda E. Campbell 112x-To contender 3-1
4-Filon R. L. Gil 106 --E to beat 3-2
6-Diana, M. Arosemena 106 --e1u from rest 20-1

3rd Race "E" Native 6% Fa.P Pre: 75.00. Pool closes: 1:36
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1-.roton F. Hidalgo 100x--eldt .too strong
2--,1roakito 0. Chanls 1iTO I*a s too fat.
3-Don Grau Campbell 1xI-Needs better rider
4-Risita F. Rose 106 -e-bf ou.etclassed
5-Malaya A. Gonzalez 00x--Sfanbm-here
6-White Fleet Mesa R. 104x-Handitapped by rider
7-Riqul B. Aguirre 115 -SskW -fifth straight


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QUIA.IELA


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2-Regia
3-Lady Caren
4-Sin Fin.
5--Campesino
6--Lolito,
7-Duque J


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A. Vasque
V. Castle
G. 3inchi
J. Rodrigue


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a 109x-Jockey .ay blow it
o 110 -Utpredictable
z 112 -H-as god .chance
o 115 -Needs pad Atatt
z 118 -at* t rg.4eiqe
3z 112 --',ofng rteel


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1-BeduHoo B. Aguirre -109 trd last:
2--Sanluquefio Vasquez 120 itop sre thing
3-(Plropo II V. Cas lllo 112 -Better thn Idt
4-(-Scotch Chum Oil 10& -III B' t foiJ '
5--Vilaero R. Crusat 12<4 -Nothing t4f Ildicate


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First Race at the Doble
1-.eppertn F. 2idago 102i-Gottrly ly
2-Nqvelera B. Go0ez de6, -Wif frthe -54,
3-Ehglish M. A. Meha 115 --0il0.,oVe ,, 5"
4-Black BullH J. huna 102- '4- gd. 4 e w-p
5-Curaca B. PulIdo 118 -M a .F- 3
6-.,echlso Castillo 116 oD roUitur 2-1

'ih c, "," Imported 6, Ftp. Prs .'_ '0 el.6s: 4:10
Sim nd Ra e ofA s It ule u
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2-Boojt R. asat l1 6oe'ca te 8-1
3-Main Road J. Bravo 132 -MDt haadips 32-1
4-Great V. Castillo 10 -atin fabr 2-1

Sth Rane "H" Imperted 7 Fpg. -84. tAW1sise s: 460
QUINEBLA
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2--Ptha 0o o. en 120 -- n.i A -
A. Pl pa 120
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5-Newbrighton Agure 115
---Mimo B. Pdo ,112 IT DM,
7-In Time A. Vasque, 118 a .

9th Race "E" Imported 7 gF.P ures: 5$At Pool closes: 45.
ONE TWO'


1-Galante U B. Puido 118 -Mu6r- rl
2-The BAth R. V. Rodrl. 10x -Rat..
S-WWM Fairfax Aguirre 110 -RI.n '
4-Pin Pon R. L. Oil 105 -lamlyj
A. 30M a 108 --est
/ J. .odri. 110 -ot N
7- ok Vae 115 -Wil f"
8-- a S8r H.dlo1020--A-m 1-
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,-NWminster J. Bravo 110 -Will 143 I t'
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5--.Mlfeo F. Ramso 118 -Co" .
-Arkcansas 0. Cast. 108 -Da
I4.-Orlsu R. Guerra 103x-Lo ,
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. w Jalne J. Phillips 110 -Lov
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La nd Ruiz 106x -Hag
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CORONATION-

THE CEREMONY: The Coronation of Queen glua-
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rejoicing, but it also has deep religious and hlatprical *'-
nilicance. Here are shown the principal steps in the ".dtt
ceremony and ritual, substantially the same during'Crtidwes
of British sovereigns. Pictures, taken at Coronation .oft'ing
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