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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.1' New Unr0 igs y telvittoi ese dramatic .
tlU decisions ee h hot-heads

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are too oIMt 'Made quietly be-
I TY EARTBEAT hind closed tiop doors and
elebs About TowM n t: ER a Flynn aend Ray MiHllnd, of r l-rseldoim g a olthered hm iat i ch
.seated with thewr o ells to the Cuboos lovtic est distaf- public e- a tty .egh t6 ease
t iLng f a shore H OUSe, sing o e most Ctv offer eat l..5,- the count C's tension. But these
aaer annum.. Joan Well., the bookwrtr, ek from the stories should be told. be-6
Brazilian Jungles after 15 yebrs.. .Franchot Tone, too thin, with There is sow,, Ia e.tmple,..
after midnight with BriE case, looking like a movie actor... litarn c lored hav wd h oean
S im-tGhostley. one of the cl sa of "New Fases" the newest .ore- P bEiffJ t *U tifi he s id al
iial, who as typing in Life's promotion depot a few months A Ar e Plot
ago. They'll print her picture in a few days...Imogene Coca, tU ,fLo?, dev reoped a master
ie of thr deanum sblJ on television, who sails for The s Old rie sould e told.wsI M
Buntryll Junee .. Sonfa Henle, in her finery plus 8u250,000 in ,woit oTi hh ow rs im al ter
ems assurin gaS rn 'Tm not showireng off I've been wear- a een t h gae, o ta fl trs ansport m t
atg slAcks for six months!" armiesl, ie i dnf war mater-
allies In Our Alley: Btll Tabbert of "aouth Pacific" relays aOsqaty to any po Wa oo the
S he one about the little fellow who played hookey. He phone globe. sAu r tL r e a l
I he teacher pin a disguised t onel and sai d "Mi f Jones, Willie on ue the apid supply
m\ smith is very sSck and can't neo to school trfly. "..."wi'io is of s l ^iJjotu, this u not
"tihi?" asked M's, J. This." wa the Reply Wonderful. 'i my onl3 flew n Lipectlon focee d e e o n tiie ton IM .... '" *
- ather"'.. O er at DePinna's, an enterprising shoe dept sales- of its own alf way across the .
' tan told a customer "Now here is a very fine shoe. It fits world, but nba prepared union
I ke a gloa e. It ought fit'.." ws the ret or I t proper, "like a contract, w working condtiera
ht" and other detals in advance so
and fly their plananeanywhere
Midtown kiglnette: The George Griswold. Jrs. went to the with no delay over negotmatlons.
b tork Club to celebr ate their 10th Wedding Anny the oer To provide mr fuel for any
S evening. Just for a drink and once or two no fuss please emergency a lift, CO vice-
.m.To mark the wonderful occasion.'..It was at the tork a lit- president Jackd (.A.) Knighto
t? over 10 years ago that Mts. Oriseold yaeWe ted his marriage _virtually t o ak his own st rike
proposal Imagine their thrill when. ne Of hose Litt sle Things by permit y o ro t
happened that mrke i a perfect event...A walter, who never, b t oriha production t 1in 1 .O1i l
hoeneSCalifornia, the second largest
aw hem before, placed them at the table where Griswold pro- oil produnpei. states. w err

Mi emos of a Midnighter:T Rita Hayworth's sonnets are corn- h i Bridges and other etlelt i
oolworth Donahue's newest and mostest is Rosemary Pettt... for being a "respectable" labor I- edI o, i '
n tfomn Agust fLr a.rthein ]Mexian car.Por F unins Thiether wh fo eaeny him Grol carn The Gid of 'the nij
The A. J. Por erf. jr. this firm's largest of the newspaper photo- leader. t e I l a it
Imgraver1, expect an image e in th Winte. e r .Nina och and Mr. ri a a kie eual thct this h st
!rtsosal .ound_ tehesirn taphrilr a deow... lnea r de el i tht twhen Rne4s TOB RUse LAitr ,= tf, Ttng.y Suc&0folprdutoni

..- ohn keWland isn't happy over it. PFrank Hunter's newest joy etr l aC m hit ne S c Sdar to a n
SJOy Hedges .Adrienne Moore. Heery actress, married Pan- vital che dmical i rd atomic es-t
S emerc en a biet oge.ItJr. at W restportaon May 7. They r-e plosives stOC kled eatadvare NEW YOR -rfIt seemS my Ronnie a- ing has been f e ie and y wSeld he, InSt .
wl the nes ayt hCo Rouge .t.If a libltenhowr oesn' wry in he base for han use should our ham has fi s ly becom tedway hit, ig Aed hint t ce, adway 10 bef thi. e. '
i At worry .bout e. tin f e owns a t e the Howard John-e n pP'p* get ih yfrowbw rt- ia something d ebo' a tidy lttle a matter o et a doin of b I t
enem yp0a gleig e G t 'il pled with not a sodlts in tis tetare cqlnd .Re also stated t .hit 0,i .

StheThis union of O ard since I first saW Im work in t clubs nearly mied own ie old i anie.d SheTVrcr r- ttaIkled i co ttrib- t ta rsm o te -y ah t
Se York Story: Time Magazine recently tHead an tra n tie ber lMarty Wagnes ha vethre O a ao g val oo loon-dead 3a adao tas
,t c Ut W SBieee L mt Jate Waryupe-oper. I tal- o-toe rs tre vonl des t strelud u t in Was- is befrne ias th e is ca leM'd ,hande Oa-rlo in h i>b een Olin and y" a n 6ot Se

the Time editors decided against assigning a Catholic to i nhtob n first investigates and gal* of ." e esih t'ikunp h antoy froI t thIt venture t o" t".UbyUm 1
-ethe piece to keep from being accused of "slanting" It. then authorir it. In these i h down into his ew ad he be in bletforever at d tet s re

Schfp who drewu the assignment is ewish n ow said Jo be quh p th ersl bo COo lr he r tU alleher ne a leer tr projects to hlt aPintholutsa R ert clr .R with he h lsontab .tla
o' s nlple on atea r' D a n estrite: B hop w t ton by hee, h ore i etnSergy UnIO s Il ur CIO l the elr tve ,that ist charb le ir aon Matltie ,tlon. r 1w sfl aj h ve iTxein-ji He sl t

ng i instruction from Sheen for conversion to CatholIismt lao '. htie bchehemonths cteditoofl o .o
I eadway Ticke: Ligea t & Myn ers Cu thesterfieldn, Pk a) can a so 5ortd th at Wide, and his hatnd h.ang down meill n l l gkMd. x g
rp. trenida bialned all ait lo e 3tot hat f ong the line. Bob H p fr c r ebananass He bpes when wanO lk a h- mip to i
NItO*t or kIe edi tory :ebiedM augazine re tlai n r atr.Thre i nto birstreesy a a rsne. ea_! t aoVl f lo rng d ad- hfrolel ls o *and Iqo.A to ral e$pyoi. i e

.eat P l le thlt ofyW agnertt ra ofwtMea o a
t.hii coie"ted many literary people...The talk-about-town iheaquaterccer h e w ad H W.H a

however. t appnedtwe ama0 e t theeuh tAm c f s b Clam wit.e-
in o i n omtr eyons from lor acone ers ion dollcr mo t th s an d qurietyt R te- sp meaea e nard 8t, ri 3lond nhas t o.n rith d1

un nBd o amn1aring heleAl t e make-a1 slight p ausefor m brie Hoth u b y 1 lak h beeB
r tro" enr yed t ln all along the line. Bob H bananai. Het he n Wspa a te te.

Tahdincery teot reriA nn tuN g' s:a:"!1i lsve ene higaiti ofe[7 t toibt ril r bgi .eugg4 l
c oers. wife Phklly hser byl$ ay.00 Ms.a M at lestost mld nered o tl the fs tj, e hnt th e.agetu'S ar a

-shaed odfrey 's ayem Ln the a a res B ec Mu c "I Orrunel ao o
*setch doney bay ooRedr wir as woe The lista a th et h s ds i o i e rilan e Nn st a onrahi? 'te..
nkabout ddn'tcredr ther eredA At ifoonM t ha on er yearc 0' nth tof w en i a tyer o ithe dIsl h m sonan hi
'gy enda uth'de Its15: ay c P ... Jore Ferre ihs f i nally s te ele e Areqig. heha s meeanamOe,"o ta bu rie i s e. man renLtresewld aI. on i nlldaerc*.

E his w te Phyllis what h e oky. H kep mitr a te w.eeaich Ta -m 'ine _n 00 to 'aoe S te l, I"Ehld inthe' S i-'
..oarun se horehearng rIun sparebra onnw.r, e iste hea nrrna ofoB raf syI q alog e it o
.heap es quse ringhe sasismstep y then n expertson e stageF.A-.. tie war maciern o g ad- n pa,[lob h -41;em en "oh at 30,2., Wie.t.
__ w as'te ing yt hs pback to he pLdon r wh sr. he nru aifma.owe forthelsr a

Cevy "Pinto of o Return" is at the Alvrin T etert totyuhi spell t tela t Car uor w, Ibelieve w f4 n h n rew
n .A out British players fno ong oh od-a m n onhars Nr year)u n g withoi" of 4 e00m o tfor e gi e oun 'dt "t a ., t tiial
the tlay eIrusg o in booklfor 'a Bn am- agdthed coer1n an1 em erg c an yw.rd le i ttnnerton of thesmiev n t tenantie wan

te "erfetchoic e" fortanestap at p layoedPr b henry Fuomda bon maniensJancei you in v t iot hen July, M r es. TrdudmanIs s eebl"I huta a I l
t e, however,. tl'slat happened tween Samtalmel (h e t he he ione fre mil -.t#@ t pla f owr- e oetn hwi tes inerb Resa-d r amot to brla coh -
there ar man. y ArT .? eamtlbern r n or.Kaufmen,m on. a elo l pWilliam s h Iae-
] pa t S pid fes : Joiran d Pats aNes rt o Ofh lad t u at m rh u to the r/ Ie H Atrhe ash otlenie n o u tle p- ea. ernp8h W l h e,,

*eap ave ondhmaenreservations thr ofOthe Piotsob tel 1ion 4W AftetshIdea f hiseiongroe Shw Plan *19015.a e.'n**"% 4o
R.ast. oomment, .l era nm por uwaihWud.nt bpfhRonnie lavsi throo e was carrying the motballr'fuA l M ,,and rvea le Its bl Iet gOe 0at, I
,esd Sqare TifromsanFrankcisc.Atierc disM See shiprn,/the C IO' Ch eia' n earang himselUtfilfil ree n e-,.slight teeeoforrbreeth.w. f ee"aoull.ntplrfeetIsn"w-Ih b- r

Repi... He a terCo oi Asetrnles Theoe Alui hs.' a the steel crgUios dei- "My name Id ou ln-Carloh enotl, liknlhatSne G ny. TI sehou esr ih rewawlhisd "t

Ce seemt stoc ino r leve Od Doraonha of rtegu0levearls h eaw.eJns l ons to 0 Investigate heat eis- t p a ihftthu in t ote Smeo
cer s ttle s mlo n do lur opbl his wifte .t oumeI flti noalManh e ht eonsan sai rteon yth elantlel ef ou a ntanda Srer' the G ensul.I"e Is g o to s o el right p e halt m es rpetIfndr l ormat ss, is
T- tey senppty (e lander stonPmoe' w as dpred to hi s t. Ibo rleaderst lJackn l Ka h t o ta Young Mr. Gralcm haspad f npoic ofdld be tt atWe end who ldUd WithMr.t Me .
eahsmnd o i nPp bu en althe Pulim iea ro ster .. "h e dmae thetoughestideclsion- Stris to his a w.i n ce e write e lRonaldnraheam's multl and _td w th hem 0 rue i t
PLabeth Toomey. a looker withe Unted Presis, ma has two staffersee t t au ofhat ti ote o this e dig
h is t aoth er o n ew clusvwe"..Bose.rg rre s it on e cut er of n t shorld not rtow e Au b rMusie, l saftera h rito em t ed fo s ty t l o e ouMI. t n a t t i0n

hutter e woarlier om titan an rned Awest model fordyoung a s hip n tht CIOr s Che mi~ such (n Un tackled his.mbmi tThewrly redviesal ed int his *net$in
trpbli herer Cisnow and sethaw n .l. aey. a unt o tuhe r nonot hl s e country. wnos d t yn w hes res.l ays a mao th e iandie.stb ls t arbutvouwenllonobe t meiolat ti lrinmftetiultheeu
ParolWn AveManue RO raho r ur ra.Jou. ogd f a shoul d n ot ie eteeptabla eator.-hTaft p b e your reasbs of ofn t el ti1.~" al6 1 1A
..A tey Sidensho :ohn Gralnger I sp an d ac orw en oh is n t1 ldue to the Air Lonc lhe i .p ed hiasM neor ll y ouried bInp r- mean. oNo s .l h- o t w u ld, O Warea t emul o
Ad ideshow: oh ar being atyMssoan l rooto r .."Thenh e dsn mUnion for whip pti ngs. lubs sof t oh v IAa myser G ra t e- hrin h It.? be '_d aollhlls of he om. ptroer s ol,

noea usher or modeling commercial Tfilm tfor teevy.Heb is't at.u. ho lpnd i' rSmd u r00uuali d .. _t-t1adin ey I e. ",
..vplaning e- things have been okeay..u He keep making thew orkno Ingcommitt eAerstee i .-. a omt
rw ay rounds seeking a rh alInnexowt she ...on bs tn. he. ar ntluslsevel tdl e aotdi t geat f an sa e n h s etse n o l-e an d."a 1 008 u'", u.0 watp 5
V Wa ushering, he mays, Is to study tnheexperts on oelstage... st rwar m ine t a te d-oclieate d bIthe _erl as r or te n e $.
T_" Was"'t the type," yet he played the erthoWith starSHenrytHull)veand ofnpownr for the os ris f the L.esas "rft iIsriorMrhelmd WUhine

- i oevy..."Point of No Return" Is at the Alvl nTheater. dbwherenor.ris, w nh spre du t e nc aS r, .I Jl d r
Srhersc..He applied for one of the waolk-on parts .No luck n o 400 four-enkine'a e b

~TH toe'Mpt Afe:TIL a rayt ieup r_/hu Boxthe r..n USOf lSW lthc realp k7n~ tof h ftibltoe~n. tte t Md-t..,.W9!,_"tRf IPW h'el~lra' tn

: hm S",,Lo U wa Wth IW y bs ba ttle cryss "la- e tafle us __ .._ i'Dt_ E u riamba t- ,, .I.Mia= m tn at.e
M te- e" B ea --. Aus ..- .lHu on heothr aSSWhSSn aft seeed the ielab _p .ieMau fnHr ' o. _ee "nItnj he.jjiU.
m so M O ,N O u aI O W we m 6d i s a ,b a ehetto pla y the anM Juati -C. m.nomt,. g-inee bw. gM v$gtMta V i uW' W of

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O"pway Found cy if they are owned by United
w as-ak stiats titzens 6N
-l -old Chilean. Hector -Throughout the world, 140 New Oreitas Service
Gallardo C.. was discov- pasE.ngers or passenger cargo
4 ding on t~he Jap ship 0n- vessels are under construction or* '8.S. Chi..
oS onthe Jap sh ip ?1" a ""I ft:::::::.:t"r sj .
which arrived yesterday onorder for foreign flag shipping S.8. ll
fOr uenos Aires in Cristobal operators n p.n. Chsrimla.......
S waway was taken off by "In comparison, only one pas- I 8 CrIl.
-and will be sent back to senger liner, the United States, is: "anai i strnr chthmv mtad o*d t .. .
fle He comes from Valparal- under construction for an Amer-
so.- The ship, which is carrying a lean shipping operator. Not a sin-
eato 3f sugar. is en route to Ja- gle ocean-golnR passenger vessel New Vork SVc
2pan P Los Angeles. Boyd Bro- is on order in this country. ,B.S ...,! AND 11 18Rum-
ther9 are the local agents. "The general condition of the S S. -......
American passenger carrying Cape .................... ...
The te or The Nation fleet is indicated by the fact that, i S. S ... ..................... ...,
EI xlplbuiJding. Explained in 1939, 131 passenger and com- 8.8. a ...t...nd ...................""..... -OOF. l. UST. I '
Ref Admiral Homer N Wal- were in operation under the / te
an, cet of the Bureau of Ships American flag. They had a capft- Week y S mobi t .le es' R t*e M
ho the Navy Department, told the city of over 38,000 passengers so "Iannleluou 2i "D pt ,dJND E
meeting of the Society of Naval "Today's passenger and corn- rWgem fiWel sea inlD o sbal to astC a"
Arcbdtects and Marine bination fleet has only one Cew in Anrs e s % '-
at Ne.w Orleans this month fourth this many oven retls Cri to New Orleans via
"During 1951. only 38 per cent only 30 per cent of ita pre-war S '- ..r_ "
of American export cargoes and passenger capacity. rs in the -
40 per cent of our imports were "This state of affairs in the eis
carried in American bottoms. American merchant marine is di- S.S. ...............................- ay 3
Carried In American dory-ro. rectly reflected in the condition 8.8. .................................. e
"The only sea-going dry-cargo of our private shipbuilding in- B.8. Wo .............. ................. n l -
ieshels now under construction dustry. which has been limping S.S. ............................... ane it
elan ships being built for the at a fraction of its maxmumPassenger service Only)
Maritime Administration. But capacity the beg Ing of the cur-TELEPHON .
that seems to be the end of ths "At the begndarearg of the cur- nited TELEPBNA:R IL A
rticlar program !nasmuch as ent calendar ear, the United S l 11 P U N
eri aprnongresm isnot States' shipbuilding and shin re-'49M OOP
te present Cngress is not an r pair industry employed in private ..
horting or appropriating for shipbuilding and boatbuilding
"In foreign shipyards over and repair yards only about III.- .L in wL
modern d sy-cargo vessels are 000 production workers oan the Shim NI t"iiflfl --t'C

"Also in foreluin prati on for fficent FAST F3IWHT AND PASSEN R VICES ,
American or affiliated interests. "About$2,400,000.0 Is beinI BETWffN EUROPE AND WEST AST
All of these vessels will be regis- A spent under the i 5 i and 195 OF SOUTH AMERICA i
trend under foreign flags when shipebi der 1 d on nv OF SOUTH AMER
ef are completed. and ll be uild t onvesn pr- TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND
anld by crews of foren -amot will be spent for ships to M.V. LOSDA" .......................... une 1h
I abe built in private yards M.V. "SALINAS." ..............................uhe 1th
A'Mst of them will be register- spe n shipyr ds in5 a a 1952 OF SOUT A RA .
W" in theforaeignd Lomeri a r shipg a rd cv in al
,.Parcmpl and Lei. beparts ofn te Unit Sr ates now TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, ICINGSTOI L
ed i te 18sgn commerce of have contracts for the construe- HAVANA IASSAU. BERMUDA. CORUA.
Jotunately,the latter vessels tionand nrs n els r SATANDER and LA PALLICE AND E
for5%anal detenF. purposes. The number of shipyards rises to L V. "REINA tOL PACIICO" (18,000 tons) .... May Slat ---
e ay be requisitioned by more than 100 when the small
this country duringse e craft and small boats are includ- TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT". ... .. d.
yrw foe n- onfr pted. M.V. "SANTANDER" ..............................Mid-June
"The Bureau of Ships also as- M.V. "LAGUNA" ..............................June 25th
signs considerable repair work to
private yards Many naval ves- ROYAL MAt. LINES LTD./KOLLAND.AMERICA LINE -
*Ast, as well as the commerotalB TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
type ships of the Military Sea M.V. "DIE M........a 27th
.a Transportation Service, are re M.2 "tOCW 7'H June 3rd
ipired In private shipyarts. "LOG. "..IN. .... J n 3rd
e more than $01000000 wae t e t s,
ratug the calendars areminu TO UK/CONTG IENT 0 _,_l ', M a
l "Te ]Breau f SmrthanN 0 as M.V. "DCS WA" ......................... ne th | I a
1 JAn f vessels under contract In private e -. "." i f..........,....... .. M 2th .. ..
T. ei fu for^ ll4$ sla1 sublet to ehamp wflest Males. .
ooasir.g0 'PACffaC StEAM NAVIGATION .qo C*aI tiC 148,4/8
p rrn oa "Our'19n program has stirred PAISliIA-Av. .t ea
ILM tcoside she a sotst e in FORD CO. IC- fAIOAUK -TonT aft. |2- *.19
spe s> Mlfies large and snall yards as parti- CgftrtI ov ieST
etpating. u iat now appears tha ood and greatly Improvedme ar ye, we have spent a
th.33=:,: m will be a modest serlythree es as much
one only a thd the "It has been ourpractice and o to support agriltural
1382 program in money value. policy to award contracts onl? to' prices as we have Vent to en-
stre. we cannot antiCIpate vards already in operation. We i courage the builhng tofan ade-
expansion of our ship- ---' not encouraged reopening quate, up-to-datn merchant IL
V.ibuild procurement base, and of'idle prds on the expectation marine.
n& E W .in fact .e shall not be able td or c T-.' yards nlow "I do not mean to imply disap-
susotai fIt. performing our work were going proval of the farm support pro-
"Nowever, we feel that the concerns at the time the current gram. A healthy agriceiture is
t. a..contcts e have awLrded thus aval shipbuilding program certanl necery to the coun
r have pdt the major operating i g an. try-buiess a healthy Merchant-
ony ards n are position to give us a 'Dauring the average peace- cI onu" bthei g a n aftM cant-
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I a e your Ad with ourn of our Agents or our Offt tei No.57- "-" -ia'
No 12,170 Central A -- *0Coles -

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#4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2091, and

Fourth of July Ave.--Phone 2-0441

Hons.ehldm -

FOR SALE -7 cu It Frigidaire
1-2 yr,. eld. 60 cycle $150. Al *
I'igh crcho, excellent condition. $2.
00. Ft. Gulick 68-23C.
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FOR SALE -Electr.c Fan 16" A. .
renc-aiirn 2 cycVc. ocic 53).
0 E3. -'2
FOR SALE Cormpeie c.n.igroomn
and bedirom lets and so:id maho-I
gny moor by Cowes. oalo refriger-
onIr gt: :l:'.e, household urenls'.i
Alter 6 p. m. Apr 8. Melendezi
A', eue 3017 Co'o". Tl 731.
FOR SALE Enrre household for
'' le All furn rure Custom design-
ed. solid mohoganv. with French
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Sakes de Bellela Amrica ,'a Caintm D1t .W.."
*l5 WM It lSth Btreet a,0M Me1.t .

Agencia Intemad;ional de Prpa.9e m". ,
#3 Lottery Plaza Phone 1t 0" 8 q. i i3

Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employes
Insist on
Government Employts Finan'j Ce.
When you finoAce your now
or used car.
No. 41 Austmehilef Ro
Phnee 1-4984 3-4915
For selling or buying your next cute
see. Agencies Cosmos, on Auto-
mobile Row 29. We also sell
GUARANTEED Used Tires and
rubes. Tel. Panama 2-4721. Sa-
turdays. open all day.
For your car:-Leathereote Celluloid
face vehicle registration cord hold
ers COLON MOTORS. Inc. iDodrF
DeSoto. Ponoama Colon.

Sr LDi n nroum bd I .' e Ui-- -- -- __ --
6 i rong too'c-c-e-. nest ltabe. FOR SALE.-1950 Mercury Convert-
coa ee table -.ih ic:.:ire'que ti'e ible overdrive, white side wall
tnp Ruo 12 x 14, Biege 4 pr. tire;, rodio. $1,150. Call Balboa
droper studio couch, single bed. i 3164. between 3 30 to 4.30 p. m.
up'l-otered chairs from W J .R SALE -I.442 Ford Panel Del-
5 onne NY., kitchen set. ulenr very Wagon, duty paid, motor. bc-
r,,he,. baby chest, crib. equlpmen, dy. point excellent condt.-o.
Frgidoaire. Bendix wishing m.-, Agenca Panomaonre. 27 "Q" St
chne. radio, etc. 365-A Franc&a Tel. 2-4666. Panama.
I positionn Offered
FOR SALE:-9It Frna.r n=rr 60 -v-4- -
wirh freezer compartment. House WANTED- Sponiah-Englith speak-
1488-D Dohrrnan St.. Boalbc 'ing Office Assistont with know-
ledge of bookkeeping and corres-^n I I,.,.,lh I pcnden e., Telephone 1386., Colon.

Needed For Men,
Boys By Red Cross

Clotbhnr of sll kinds. bnu
a prlrnls rv men's and boya
eletbbMr; Is lrrrntlv needed
..i-. n d mrtnlwtion to needv per-
,>. 00am. It was denounced today
t S t (Rnal Zildne RediCrms head'
Iledl Croas persannel will be
SrlAd to rall for the elofhip- If
st fitl r.,t wln telomhont RalIhno
M I olr CrMobs1' 1671 or 1632.
S'"- nnr. wish to do i
Tf eleotiHr directly to tll
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1951 Chevrolets
1951 Buick Spedial
1351 Fraser
1951 Fords
2951 Studebaker
1951 Mercury
195S Chqvrolets
1959 Plylnouthb
U950 Pords
ISn Be iote
1356 Mercuryi
l. IM Pontiaes
196 tvadsebakers
1949 Chevrolets
IM3 PlvmouthM
-0 Oliamobiles
Iwo Veiontiaes
2IM Nah's
1943 S8tiebalker
190 3 rords
45 iFords
IM4 Cbeow lets
141MS Pakrds
13438 Na*'a
194 Pesttnes
17 Chrvlarl
1997 Nad'a
1IM WmVl s8a. Wgun.

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Help Wanted
WANTED: Cook with Weferencls.
M Must Veep in. Camoo Alegre. Ri-
cordo Arias street, corner of 52nd

2nddbU me. Is
Ftles Course l.

CAMP CARSO, Coat.. May 21
S-Second 4t. Wllllit B. Middle-
mnaa Jr., whose parerita live In
Criftobal. Cani Zone, recently
completed t two-weekt meouitain
Sclmbing course at Cam- Car-
The course In which 10 Ne-
ted off z an6 LM
4o 5edipatw as 1 e
Exercias Pinte Ridge, eoheduefd
far Autuat and September at
Ulft* 'the tntena"veg f ftf ,
the saudlers learned to 'ekbb
without the aid of a rope, to
check falls of felluso g.Mg
and- to doscthd rapidly down, a
A platoon le ader n OQainplay
H of the 50th Arbo. -
gimantal Combat Team, I -
map firpt entered the Any.
June iG and re-m0lTsr6jis
Novelibor 1950.
IHe 'attended the University ol
Floridp. His wife, Grace, t116
in Colmnbus. Ga.

24 South KorenS

Die As Ammo

Rms-Navy Frig*
TOKyO. May 2 ( States Navy HeadquartBtWiM
today that 24 South Korean p.t-
men were killed and 21 were *
tuted lnst, Wednesday wheti'Ilt
South F.rean Navy Frirate A*'-
nok collided with the p -mmM-
tion carrier U. A. A. MountI et
in Korparl waters.
The two shins were ast iatmi
In formation in drlkness'i*hp
the sitgnal was given to dhiange
Apnot moved In front of the
lBaker which reversed Ite an-
i lines. but not in time to aVOpid a
coTlirlon. Vice- Artmlr l C. T'r-
nrP ,j.To. rommandler f Iflmii
Forer in the Pir Fast erqreem dl
his "he'ftfelt t'mnpthr" tor the
Republic of Korea Navy;

Candidates fdr kin U
hrent standing s garmeW
Tucknall .1,245 vo1ts; ElLv
arris, Jr.. 1.085; S' .ie t
MA, 50o: Etvin Eatma.lo
James Callender. 7T24 l; ir
Smith. 425.
-per quFerr.''Malt Dosw.E iM,
wMes; Oletha Atheartn. m l
Myras Raywood.' I1;S:-'I
Webster, 1,0o QueenSe l tte-
le.y 897; and Bettinai Luiyc- I
The winiDng ouVk-, &
crowned in l* eetiat eaM
moany to open the fete. 3a wt-
chestra %ill entertain anld tfSte
will be a food sale a ad.llpr a-
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In the CIN Il Ze-. fWth 1 M
hl flue WherrIrE Coaon, Nf o Ub
t* Mtae fr m riWet Serb
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tnrurable a 'he aith owt of tAh, li*1.
r hav es*o shE r S b e idi Ue' s
lea h "DIt' ..d ilm e'r .4 1 .a
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Wiee Allbseal. Aesyman. ON
0o1 -d- Aie, 0. 5.
We, reM( t fdt ing iochire, retriger-
8aors Idigttitk and comnttcml
or any 'klIl or mk of eletrlcail
opplien ss. T el hone "Silln" Re-
frlreiotlM lftt- 2-154), PrM-
am.. to.-2 2 Eoit 28th Strait.
WE OFFVR thi st d more rad
refrigerltion arvie. Repqifs on
ony maki olf rlfrigeretor idomis
tic and comr'er, ri. "Sirn" Re-.
fragertion Serv'ic. No. 2 EaL'-
28th Street. Toledhone 2.4547.


FOR SALE -Boxer puppies. Cham-
piOn sir d, psprs averiable. Quar-
ters 383-8. Ft. Clayton, telophlon
FOR SAIE: .ooa. I X quq Win-
chest' shot -gun repeater. Lr'e
new. IPhoe 6.3911. i4^oU 280- ,
Gpf^ -.. ---
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caldera. lf?1,4i -- 25 mm. 1 ;2.8;
15 m, 1:4. :, 75 mm. Enlargbr
fqr r6 mm.,' Precter, screen, flip
fop titles, ps, set, etc. Alsa Ciro-
Flix 2'1-4 l 14,wnih 4. 5-85
mme M.a.e ,her 1 1 *enlaorger for
"35 mIM. to 3'1-4 3 I-4 Enftr --
m..t. 'qo ieW dqk ropm e4p-
"ont, .rb, bit. Li.k new. Wht
on* I' ffw"d. a*. omandolln withi
9 I1"e *ia .l had ,t or prqf-
.tloril.e j6te iths "/iftc melody
toam wf "ca-I, I38.0. CDiaMo
MHeilh' 57'lE S nu' Srh'et, pt.
D, romad is Opem Deilbi Comaer
Club, 5:00 p, m. -- 7:00 p. m.


WANTED: Tb buy 25 eyle ton.
Box. 1853,. CrMsobre.
WANTED:--baponsBg fle pI went
d ch6lit (ri a ragdena iol-seAein.
CelL 2,10,1e or a._3ft7,PtPeWna
WANTID: -L-bh|eor or'edupcle rpre-
tirre*b to ehdnt tttt Bi'lbdm

my' a tiuriing er maorf abserlac-.
Telphonne alboa 1740.
WANTED TO 'WL ;.-Miehni. fiat
naokilngl froen s ukersl r piecs
of ice. Soni offer to Box 1095,
Panamm. Tel 3-0471.
WANTED;-A-artm i
and two bathrooms, j1. it be
reAms,.-two boehirema mnd rMoia's
room, grouAdflo.' Tel. -.1*i .

St. Peter's KI

To End Tomonw
The contest for .ibb g," a
king lnd queen to reigll @f? .
May fete under the aice f
St. Peter's church sahol Profri.
day, will dome to i ai m it o.
row night.
Voft counts will be ti M tBhe
parish hall at -8:301 :# .a
10:80 p. m.
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FOR RENT-r, e modeetn two
rom *partbiwn,- centmOfy loc
Cell at CSmilneA AtleM No.
Pei, Avenue, enftmil.
POR RENT: 'Purmlshed apart.
ovalibble June ft Rent $95
cluding Citlllties. Telephone

Lodgr. To Honor
Richard Chott
'On Friday ight

n honl r .mu tal*g4
in honor .4a3 S .fChace

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in the April luse.
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Set To Block AN US Home tas

Safe-Mine Bill W Typical Kinks
WASHINGTON, May 27 A)- "Let the people kn w the ruth and the cou Ml o Lincoln. WASHI, May 17 (
most every year a disastrous ..--.. -President Truman, Just ikP
oal-mine tragedy makes hend- rWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY. f .Y '5 -AI. FIVE CENTS lot of other Americans, has dis-
lines throughout the nation i and. -- covered that moving into a ne
3puses talk on a Mine Safety Bill'or remodeled HOWr, is Met all
:n Congress Then the headlines ueros esgu
subside, the lobbyists get busy, C court 1%ItRe IsJohns3oned in East PeoriabIs
and th.- Mine Safety Will gets no- I"having trouble with his new
where rtJE Li .4 3S heating system, it may Make
whereSupreme Courf s gious
This year the lobbyists are busy hinm f eel just a little better to
again-especilaY in the House of know that the First Family is
Representatives where they ex- E having similar trouble in the
peCt to block the Mine Safety renovated White House.
Billi tCAnd the chances are very good
i latest tragedy at Or-that it didn't coat John quite
nee atest Censorship, OKtrage tOr-Ss us Rodos ems:
lent Min.? No. 2 in West Frank- $5,75,000 Despite some minor h
furt. Ill.. most northern coal opD-este oe Mr
erators have been willing to ac- WASHINOON, May 27- (UPi by Roberto Rosselinli husband film, F"Piky," l A tiht, group or sect might be "dear" flTulties, however, Mr. and Mrs.
cet a compromise Mine Safety The Supreme Court unanimous- of Inlgrd Bei an. is the story, Tex. t deals with the .O to another. -tIsflad with the presented
B Introduced by Congressman ly barred states and cities from of a iimple-alnded Italian peas- question. In addition to New York satsfeHod wiTthe present
Sam McConnell Pennsylvania censoring motion pictures on ant womat who to seduced by Clark AM that if movie censorship laws are on White House. Theirdeciision to
R blican. This has now passed grounds they are sacrilegious a stranger she believes to be St were held to the def tohe books In about 50 cities and let the late expire In January
'pu Senatep yesterday because it might lead Joseph. She imagines her child "sacrileglo set by tire #')rWn Massachusetts. Pennsylva- hd nothing to do with minor
But southern coal operators are to a ban on the "unpopular is immaculately conceived. York cous, he would be "et ni, Maryland, Virginia. Ohio n ien back in-
out to block the bill in the House. views" of religious minorities. In its opinion written by Jus- adrift upo a bound ea 6And Kansas. The Trumats moved back in--
Andout ton a confidential memo in- In a 9 to 0 ruling involving tice Tonr. C. Clark. the court amid a afriad of coldttM The transit radio ruling in. to the White House March 27
tended n a only f or southern Con- the picture, "The Miracle," said that motion pictures are currents ot religious view, a volved a test case against such after moving out in 1948 when
grtended only or southern ons the court also said "it is not protected by the "free speech" no charts but those provide y broadcasts In District of Colum- Margat's piano threatened to
gressmen. southern aprao the business of government and "free press guarantees of the most vocal and powertu bla street cars and buses opera- come through a ceiling.
scathingly denounc? the McCon- n our nation to suppress real the constitution just as much orthodoxts." tcd by the Cpaltal Transit Co. Th lived In the Blar House,
nell Bill as an "Infamous attempt or imagined attacks upon a as books, newspapers and mag- "Under U lh a stand"ar4 te However. it affects a dozen or Just across the way, while work-
to use the safety of the coal particular religious doctrine azines. most careful and tolerant c ore other cities where simi- men took charge of the Preaden-
mines for a political trade a whether they appear in pub- President Eric Johnston of would fint it virtually t r broadcasts are carried in tial mansion.
tool for organization of miners Ications, speeches or mo. the Motion Picture Association ble to av id favoring one public vehicles. After all the work was fin-
for Mr. John L Lewis and a mo- tlon pictures." of America said he was "delight- ion over ,mother and In the majority opinion, Bur- wished, it ws discovered that the
nopoly to kill off the medium In a second far-reaching de- ed" with the ruling that "the subject to an inevitable ton ea tib said the whole thing Is a roof leaked in one place. But, o PE lURY '.
and small operators to improve cislon the tribunal upheld 7 to motion picture as part of the cy to bianihe expressly of "matter for decision between that was patched before the Art*MI totstphalot, It T
the 'tit.ive position of the 1 the legality of radio broad- press Is entitled to the free popular se timents saere Q Capital Transit. the public and Trumans returned from Key 6_ W, andSeldonUPslan.
OhioPittsburgh group casts on street cars and buses. speech and free press guaran- a rellgt a or t ," C.lak ad. the public Utilities Commniss- West to claim their home, p .St WStm atces ice .ift
,MhiPit titbrh main It overthrew the finding of tees of the Constitution." A n l ton." Then, It was discovered that bT nfwt sbt j wtt the ha-
-v ale' pto g'vth o hio Re an appeals court here n the He said it was a "giant step" ten by P He added, however, that a1 the heating system wasn't all of r bfl,. 1e0n, Nrty.e,
valuei s to ive the nch so-called "captive audience" toward kneving "all the furtr a bi Mted -by person in a public conveyance it *as meant to be. The White .r$ of the etn .in-tlhnef
publican gro.p a ch. o case that such broadcasts are shackles of censorship from Robert Jacon and- Is not entitled to the same House uses a "zone" system of e e In at tiT led ai
gain favor with Mr."ewis for an invasion of the riders' pri- the screen." old H. B bte said that "S'i privacy he enjoys-in his own heating, with one thermostat h t wM
political purpose, the opera- vacy. The court has pending a duct and beliefs" wSe home. controlling several rooms. Some C
torsn' memo charged. In themovie censorship case, test case on the ban of the might be su erlegrous to at rooms got too much heat, someA to.dt
"It has been reported that a the court emphasized that it Justice William 0. Domglas too littTe. Ex- eorWetotwer w ll Mt T
great deal of McConnell's interest was not ruling on whether a dissented. He said the "right
(who lives on the 'Main Line' in state may censor motion pic- lh m / n l r to be let alone -is the befin- But those who know say .
Philedelphia and whose consti- tures "under q clearly-drawn relmlorial DG y rog rr o mr or ning of all freedom" and the kinks are being worked All former tdenttsof i'l
tuents in all probability use no statute designed and applied to warned that the court's ,de- out and the historic house town Uniu tmti .froot.,
coal to say nothing of having no prevent the showing of ob- s_ ion might lead to the will be uniformly comfort. Foreign ie, .Lw.1
interest In coal miners, stems scene films." It said that is an A me* od t of anda by able soon certainly by the Arts and. N
from the possibility that he may entirely different matter. Atlant Side M appe O ut "a dominant plitcal or relig- time the new tenants moe n tsty, o .
be given a chance to run for theI The case reached the High io ous group." next January 2St. are at l .-'
Senate. Ohio politicians 'n-tv'i Court when New York State pa pectors also found a de- meet tbe. t fW .
have some influence after the banned 'The Miracle" after Lt. Col. Kenneth K. Kolster, Tas and &ehoes- 60th Army justicee Frankfurter did not fed' In the air conditlon tir sys_ mA f b1go it
November election the Roman Cathoc hierarchy rand Marshal for the Atlantic Ban~take part in the case. He said tel for Mr. Truman's r D.) m.
Then the memo takes a cut at ed the film and ireet- Side Memorial Day Parade, to- lenediction --.Rev. J. W. L. h ngs a re v str, gly en- new solarium, atdp the w e nack wE 3 w .
then other meoncitiakersacutatS Cath olicstoboycott It,.. day released the details.for the Grsham, alstor, atttn ULtIntio in4asat i... o s of the "c pac House. .i..
betterrniot.......t.i.... l delprogramChurch. Whenthe Presienw as' gett-"g the ArsftIMWM
attorney folded Coal ComPittsany burgh- te etatt i a. m. day. May $0, and will under the neotetion of Chaplain i aj spaa te n tup rrin the oper ar. That de t has ode on Ailat t ,
"TheOo grou headedby Ed movie produced n Italy leave the Post Office area en X. Prals VISN, Cooo Solo will inton, Justie ae ft i lt yeto be corrected. w an a t
"ThoeOltigaroubpo haded b Ed route to the Mt. Hope Cemetery. be condu-tsh ard a Canal tug mad, he had no objection. t6By andcorrectethdnsll
thor of the bill ug proposed by be1r thelonS internectlo ofn a x"e t. l-nv nt
hSiEmergency Refie gated near tter. 1 'Me t 1e0v 1ae*
Mr. McConnel, represents the Bolivar Highway and 1thh Sntreet. at 1j:i t.-lIAl fta i fll da that- objectors to- the t
.11. f l areoror eDrive Lou ahProminent0fficialsrofhtheaal carhad. not been de-I '- er t .
atl o large operators in the Dr-ve Launched Zone and the f ic of Pana- Fasont e W ll provide An Wcomplanatst o Ithte courts. lhD and n.
lemo keya enduwlrve the Ohio USARCARIS Bsdrevthe paralManramerah odn
memo ares inWwIn UaSAl iad Marine unitA But he addedthat"subject-from eth
19 ,te key men In the Ohio Units partLicipatlinI a the pa- parnicpatei n the fting aquad. & th .... ha bje- from the o,
have stated at various Markrade will be the 80th Arm Band. Fl7oraI coItributions for the |0 Ainta i Trs.I's passengers the cla ..
hia teJK mutednwat To CUnideth ptoe SI. S
that 'sa good stiff law of te organizt onof iW U.S. Army arsonnel. U. Navy Memorial Services inay be left at io nb rosdcs, of newvs ro l- S o M tended the
weiald be O.K. We can take nt Eergenicv Ri ef e r a o nnel, Marine Personnel, the Crtstobal American Legion aia any kind b any propa fl m i ege 1n t e
al he small medium-sied got underway c OT. cadets of Cristobal High Hall on Thursday evening untllO gmeunr.wa 1d v t te frtllY rumm i. emuetse .1111.1 viatth i l
'qMits that can't, let them get (Panm ea School, n o, American Legion, Veter- 8:00 p.m. /___ a e nt" d. r
7%e memo's final blistering and the wArmy Relief Soiev. e of Scouting includingtheIn. f .. Meb and guests of the d
pe'p r aph concludes: "The pro- Contributions are bein sgoml ternat~onal Boy Scouts; Col6nia lGmlsl Diable, amera Club travelled by Yous.-en
po as all the characteristics ed from all personnel p the Bomberos, and several compo- i pec pl to C gena, o-
ol-a straight-out political move command on a voluntary basis site groups. .T.,mb*h h pastt weekend. 1i o. .
those who wish to cat.r to th only. IThe drive will continue m- u vAmbulances andu xsee will beT y [ rwhich ws foundedihyhatrlnthe.hmitoric wc
sted Mine Workers andi ga-r-til wJine s d b .h provided for those unable to walk .... r -lwhnh'i w .unaed t y th e hsaricp ctl
rte efMTe192orkerSe-nd*g153.TlFtunreiS.waearangdhb
Sme theirsuppo rt for the Rp -A .n .wilb besha yedby to the cemetery. Aid men willbe 952r hoping 8ea- 1533 e trp was arranged by
nParty by brRgooutabi l on duty. son for Interme e and Senior rU.S.-
Partyenizationandt;eA-rmy =Girservice at the Mt.Jopeun e--7.e_ oteslaveand
by no stretch of the Ima- Society, an affiliate of A The serce at the t o Girl Scot oe Monday, June e"tdr' g V tre .oter the years of
ghmauton can be termed a safety which assists needy widows and Introduction of Speaks's Tuesday. July 15, in the Fort nPjzM *, May 27 A co iOfmta tenew world,
,re that wll aid in iiprov- orp(hans or Regular Armype--Mr. Nelson Magner. Kobe School Buiing.WStihas Just been a-land ted IONtOurit capital
in the ml sonnel. The Army Society was w ovet engineer for oi C
(Copyright. 1952h by the founded in 1900 and has con- Invocation "Nearer My od Reservations must be complet- "invem a construction pro- The ro Cll was met at
BeSyndit, c, .) tinued in operation since. To Thee" 60th Army. o ed by June with the Camp cer the United States the a b~ ee .1acto Go-
D-Beli Syndcate, Inc.) tinued In operation since. slott. Miss RiLta Howard. Chairman. Mrs. W. x. P e n ce,tuN., p a tothe Yacht
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address- Phone Balboa 3777.'* turd to Russia under ] end mnez N., t theU M e .
3-----*-----JebWilkerson. Each group attending c a m lease .lWorld War Two. Club of Carta g.en and new .
Principal Address Rear Ad- must Include a certified graduate. Ka lul lilner, Swedish-born ambassador to the i republic o
miral Albert M. Bledsoe, Com- of the Troop Licenstl Course prei of a concrete company Panama. 81 1 _ne h
mandant. 15th Naval Distret. which begins next Monay. June in ity sd today that he m arran the
Reverie Col6n Bomber s 2 at 9 a.m. in the Balboa Little had -ad o4 the Stalin award in sit of the oaa00 _t.ld .d h d
Band. House. Issue of Pravda and Izvestia announced in C lcalo newspa-
Placin of Wreaths Ma- -M. ,reah Ub the United States. per and on the a t t.e .
Sber of cout units. hrem mnrtil er Man The-tublioations reported that photographera were travelling
Panam National Anthem o tr r M an a pitta f 1te 0 o rubles had been irom PanaS oa a good will
Col6n Bombteros Band. TO Survey Audits awir ded to Ostp Abramovich tour. The Ooveror of the State
"Star Spangled B a n n e-r" Gershbeol for developing quick- o-0 Bolivar, L V6lez. also
60th Army Band. Miss Rita Ho- Lieutenant Colonel Wilfred Me- hardenng concrete through a greeted the tt airport.
ward, Soloist. negus. from the Audit Division, va=c .Is Saturday iSI1UOS ON group
Firing Squad U. 8. Marine representing the Comptroller of 1 Jnla ted't that he had wasconduc tehro the in-
FiCorpsn the Army, Washington, D. C is IpertbOWdthe process in 1935 and n dwals c
expected to arrive In the .a- th. it had e s ce been used by tour. They vWWa 'th eOld Ca-
F nal Zone today to conduct the his -Wim pay. be stated that in. thedral, and the churches of...- ,
*VI.r 7 annual survey of Army audit 19lte hald personally instructed 8ant Domisggand ii pero.. ..
ao ia activities in the Caribbean area. Sovid_ amsy engineers in the Claver. On anday, m l y automo- '" i
d MISS^olonel Menes plans to proA thean it was mad e mdavail- bile the vtIe~d outer Hl.
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