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.

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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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fi otic sailed from Betho, tokmgi tbe obau-
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A-dib vyac to the South Pacific Jklamqnd
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;e... d~d. vae and yel. the Pier 9 at CrlAtobi at :.1 "5, hr hlbsnd" parents Nor rat arm t tljanaad f COlores b "'Sut if be's her husband. then
S. laiCI.linll in uIthe streets. he's the King."
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4 aM ated. The sun shone bright all s the reply.
.it : vers opa morning in the so-called rainy This tended to confuse the
1r11 6 so d!!ka r 2' city of Colon. ounrsters further. but it hRrd.
,li wekly g -. e,. -. pilThe streets adjaelpt to the ly detracted from their ebserina
b. i er rea were festlyeFV ecora- for the royal pair whowts.
'ho rE 6d with flags. Balcoiles atn through Balboa and Canal
Q y Ia ves o Back roots were Jammed with peoa.e street. en route to the Govey-.
SiX mIanth ik # a=*-.e & anxious to catch a glimpse ot or's house.
ih, id,~e al)l t e 0 I ering Dust the ucn.
is f ll gliP" la f e 0a Just before Her Majesty was Although most 7Znlang
is fIllW, Alnglican pI tlted a- Le a I tems toda in due to disembark, she and* te caught only mlatChes and
ed, aterit. to Duke of Edlnburgh Look an "rtm- glimpses of Her Majesty be-
r p bo other official peep," at the crowd, cause of the rain, everyeae
Afterlb pnublp a book d peel h which incl ded over 200 -depei.- who did see her was entrance
1947 08a9lag. doubt ,af the vlrgii l .'n
194 rt7 C andoUbt, 4fthe vir dents of mUitary personnel whio *d.
It Cl m ndt~b were glvn spelal passes in the "Wasn't she a darling?"
uty of, ae xae i A, eed ay for t only VIP viewing stand qnthe 'She's much more beautiflI
"a.ebbishopy -CRtrbury, O rtpier, a 125-inanacombined rmy, than her Dhotos show."
tof reyf fhre, t"e h vie cltW we t tht' Navy, Air Force and Marine Hnrn- "She was well worth standing
r t i,. d=M"IN vew f theV 4y el or Guard. the 31-piece 71st At- in the rain for." were only a.few
ere e, R sti t Enot ta ree.d o .l5 my Band and such dignitaries observations made today by res-
It io hold Episcopt l .o -as the Governor of the Panama idents.
olffle In.' ii hurch.' ir Cnal, Brig. Gen. Sohn S. S-
e.BirnDr. r h 'T ons bold, the commanding general The tall ind handsome Duke
B1 l Dr. Iarles didn't. am of the Caribbean Command Lt. of Edinburgh, who was ogled
She Gen. Horace L. MtlBride, British almost as much as his royal
S.nt pel erl teidne toa h A"subY, Dec Ambassador Eric Cleugh and wife. was termed- a "heck of
would ,y~tra suth whichla D 1 many other officials w9ho went a hunk of mau" by enthusis-
I: hurts, l t 1ath peres like a aboard to greet the Queen., tic female spectators.
hurts, th h peres lie a .6:12 Minutes before she was to step' In the midst of the hubub o6
awcrd." .1 off the ship a husky Jamaican greeting Her HIgha es in Ba .
stooped down in front 'of the ooa, one seven-yeaI-old boy wd/
t gangway and with two sWeepinIleft behind by his mother who
(Continued on Page -Col. 1) in the confusion thought he
fan n ah ds ewas in a friend's ak.
GOV. w S. BeTOLD looks back, maybe to check no'one :faln, as he leads Queen hen he wa reached b
Zlizabeth and tle Duke of l]dinburgh across the lock, gates at Miraflore%. W CanWheZonePolicereacher

nt th -U I e rsa rROYAL FASHIONS 51 h e s"g.
S- P. S u Cake she told them her son
,..I lever, a quick cheek with a
1 Tlmp, Terieilo ." l Jb rInad wa ll be i Bookends friend who spilt up a. buneA
ben .dls n' Bo nof eager kids on their return
eand A.rea ean eaps n ISII..-, T RggI s A A lnpile princess a le white trimmed with orchid-c olo r e dtr from seeing the Queen,
othr 'ohn Bell Williams iD.- ballown with a widey flaredftethers and brilliant, black Besides goodwill. Britain's r'r- revealed Michael was deed
msea. it"lead4erssa id. .i blasted both the Eenra- skir was Queen E labeth's rhoes, and elbow-length black al party left the Isthmus yesta-r- lot.
SfSoo in DI pi r T no admn-, choice last night for the state gloves V the reception given by; day with tangible evidence L1 The litt. boy who was cryg
me* tr.isn. ap i 1d los "Thas Blenhotweeler admn- berIn t hoquet tendered he r at the bhis British Ambassador. their exciting one-day visit. when picked up by Canal
ioleh t f m cantse trhdLlo has elected to twee.le- d I. ver in thaelhtor of the Presdencia by President and Most lsthmlans saw the young Sent to the 8.8 Gothic ye- police while he was sitting re-
w ls frmPherrl dau to CTrnumans tweedle-de,' Chlo Zonet hav e the police Mrs. Remdn, and for the recep- monarch in the dress in which terdav were a pair of giant-sts glecteday on a curb of Balbla
I w f rne l h wa* ble-. t-1o lg hlaeal withs- force been called up to parti- tion 'later at the Union Club. she debarked from the Gothic, stone bookends bearing the Ca- Road near the Union Church,
i tortr Te = M o y politics with, clpate in a job &A tieMendous Into Her diamond tiara and elabo- crossed the Isthmus and attend- ndl Zone seal. a gift of the PAA- perked uo considerably when he
Tr for ghest court in th cope that carrie out yester- rate diamond necklace held the ed the Governor's luncheon. t ama Canal Company. was able to watch the exci'e-
Upousal of federal vil right ya.r Twitty, floor .leader of dayn el the Queen. eyes of every womar present on was a grey-blue print in fernleaf
tdloginTlwoty. e 1 :1 e n. ment brewing at the Balboa P-
e tb aI House, singed out Ca9u. Zpne chief Mal. the terrace nd balcony of the design on a pale lue background The Clubhouse Division ould,: lice Station with cops going I
maaimlr d of e ran rved tod Club as the autlfu young sov- made with a tight bodice draped itself in preparing two entor- and out, discussing the royal As-
G who eai who lld e tls "t the exactL thing t P preparatory to er gn dancd with "Don Chichl" slightly .t the left and accented mous four-tiered cakes whih it.
Junk pul 0h-o a set up o would ect from a man t~oya l were the "mow while the Duke of dinburgh had with a jewelled pin. The round were iavirhly decorated with Ir-
a private y l 14Mro Rp TWitty aid. exgth and elaborate ever PanamA's "Dofia ecl" as part- neckline was outlined by a brief ing portraying the Panama Cs- I In fact. when asked by police
Gaud b -h-1Ai. bld hatred of their made here since as far back as nor. berth. and the flaring l Unes of nal locks which were sent to whether he"l like to stay at 'he
WWI S pkltild-" 1314." Later the Duke also danced the skirt were emphasized by a crew members of both the SS 'station, n sfaerence to return-
In'toa whol notional Prwith Beihora Olga AlemAri, wife fishtail swirl panel at the left Gothic and the I.8. Sheffield ing home. the lad healtatel. ar.1
L4 a y the P-ciflc side, 130 CarnAl of Deputy Alfredo Alemni. Jr.. side. was only convinced he anould
SSne oleemen were actively currently president of the Na- With this outfit the Queen Ingrribed on each tier were return h whe Las motnr
21DC. eD.4 .) u the cuimbersm e ,t- lotlal Assembly. wbre a tight-fitting skullean of '-Best Wishes. Officers and Cr' w, promised that % treat of ce-
San at- atdant to a roper y Panmnin d a n c e s the dusty-blue feathers. and a three- Vaya (r Dios."cream a was waiting for
and aover 100 aoperito. punto, the cumsa and the tam- strand pearl necklace. him
e0 partolpaved h b0rit were performed on the Elbow l %nth gloves, white Meanwhile it was learned that him 4hat the
larti t' O e Cost rhrace for the entertainment of open-toed pumps and a white me of tle It e e r s rur e a &&t
S 0 MPe o kp Cas 6 the royal pair. Gal oostumes of bag accented the outfit with willbe.rIsnd thehef CrwIUt an I s
iP ok part in i reformers lent a centrst- lwicb h se used hose in a cre wilI ap i the c tii u aao
t I e n- noe in the a of beaded tone and of a darker shade than week sl anato ma. The cruse atIr she siwna
awtin. ai lon net and Id 1=e0 Isthmia see. E slatedto r etu r after h
,aw-enforv' whntn wleb nlc dooSkated Lrh. er Dufnan 0 ee.n's drive in an court ti othic about Wt- 'At midnight, Elizabeth, J
Wlt aM, Ulllap IIh 1n won by the w open ear a the AUant ide. Fway to hr next destination. the like Cinderella, 'wasn hed oi
nang 'i I the carried a oonme colored na- Fit[ VlA, where the BlackIn her p in.n d spectat
~ieen wtatt 44heon raSol asra protection n U e Pie, a Royal New Zealand who lined up a
-1 w ~d .B n'soua Io ar. .m d ban was e IUwrd un' et rssnd Naval cruiserLr, takes over. area In Balboa were Ob
I Lady : '-Mountbatten to see that t1b
5 jlbn Iroan ar- who aacat- the monarch Some of the crew member'; ruler loked as *wI s Mu
IA U. : '* nblii e t.. 3nd= % her Jlo-a ,rd aZtr- ,ho zm.a,,6 ,0e catch OL.11m Isel .lovely as wh_ she _
'il Zone te thogt lac neon ar ments, wore an of Panama yesterday Said the: hectic 14-hour whirWU ad of
tig# A "mLa were v WIT h eL tat.k- electric reu with a flared could hardly wait to get back- tvnttes whish mode hubw-
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The Mail Bo is p op tesen lq too do)ri so Trh PoneM Amr-
ken. Lotnerst e received leiatully and are baftdld in a wholly rli"-
S adedtisi mIeee,
If ia' erlSkaIe a lnttws da't be ian it IO esn't appear tl
aMi a l a n peiskd m.telo a idar lvmi.
." M ,l p tb siteinrs limited t e me pagealelnth
idlrtW i ,07010.9*M', u>bri .. .
; am -5 P Wn .eIwo e. oa* "mas opinioem
t-Quite some ti a has elapsed since a large group of US eti-
lens got together and subscribed to a fund to fight the impoli-
tion of the income tax In the Canal Zonk as unjust and unlawful.
Ofvetal thousand dollars was collected for this purpose and two
local-lawyers were retained to take this case to the courts.
A lot of thm has gone by since, and the committee thit
started the bal falling should be-requested to call a meeting of
wyers. so as to get an account from them as to what they. ne
aone and what they intend to do to bring this case to a ; -cce-
Sul conclusion.
Let Us wake up and keen the fight going. and not let It get
to be a dead Issue like other issues here..
Let's aave other subscriber's opinions on the matter.
S Here t one for our Chief of Staff. Geeneal CoatseU
r I'm a real soldier In the Army today. Was In Korba Twenty
two months. My wife and two children etpe li the tqatss. 'I'm
m now stationed down here. My wife and children flew down her
'at my expo f.dying to stay t0gethar; but no luck.
I Forwre Qlat evwry ten first thrpe graders are bqMtead
S 'ers Hatv e i e much of.their Arfy careers. I pUelve this
ccni crnl.,iQ look Into all these eftenltons asd ship. them
SThe AJ FoIl and Navy don't keep In this theater for
f a e wh l ibere are soldiers hef, from '1945 and back to
iM They should be alipped ut-to try a new theater
u a coming in-from a real overseas theater can have a
S ;chanoe. Isn't orly for quarters. These EM's been here so
long i ke they own the posts.
An Old-Time Army Sgt.
S *. And Family.

Sto Agrees To Conference

SiOn Trieste 'Without Strings'

JAJCE. Yugoslavia.. Nov. 30 id prapo pO for a five power
TUP, Marshal Tito has a- conference. and "as far as Ital?
greed to a five-power conf!.-- bi conernd, we have given a
onc in Triesto with.'o strings green light ,or the conference "
attached, as Preml G iluseppe Aled i oe cials eadid abweve
Fe.:a of Italy did laji nday. condm rable : pa01 wo1
Tito als o ered l traw rialaed Ifore iW e coni
S ls troops trom the 'rr m s fo re s l bmeg
Sftary woald puf back first, and Repeating a- previous propor:.l
S wrtleff ai claims to the city to withdraw hia troops from thd
Of -Tri ~e. e could have the bolder it taly would do so firsp,
hlnteIa 1_k taprrltor.7. TUie charged that "they were the
i~ee jtate ad adnced Yu- first to send troops and begin
S o:avt pofltion on the Triestd saber-rattling.'
rlr InL a speech to a cheering Ital. trps moved up late
prowdaf' l0,910 .NaiUy arted In A= ut agoslv troops in
S t l Tey gathered in his October. 4
ittle lsnan mountain town to Yuglia is prepared to spe
k, LteIbrte the> proclaiming of '.le Italy mkve 'sovereignty bxwe.
S r nt Ytiroalav reime by TIt3 the pr eominantly Italian citt
d his ollowera 10 years *qo of Trieste, Tito said, but sUtl re-
esterday.h, jects Italilah claims .to the 81o-
Tito r tpled to Rome to help vene-inhabited regions lying out
put an etid to the crisis brought cf Trieste.
oa by an Anglo-American deci- In Milai Pella sdid Tito's de-
aIon to -han4 over Zone A '-f mand for Zone A except the ctya
rieste to Itay. did "not make things easier tnr
r He said he was willin to Rt- the Allies "
aed a conference with Italy, the He haa'nothinr to sav Immc-
tnited States Britain in I diatel' on the troop withdrawal
r.nre, provided no nredets-- prooo.l.
Lined conditions were carried Tito said Yugfslavia wanted a
tn it;. conference on Trieste, but no oue
SSpl.flelJ hre baid he would In wh '"all we can do la say
Shwvq ithell 4o do with a Amen.
aelbag uf a advance ac- Tito said the western powers
S eeptnee -t the decl'ion to must "tell Italy Nrmly that ft
g Aie 4 to Jtaly. will not have any support for Its
The 'Oz government an- aspirations to other YupIllav
aornced las Mondpv it had c- territories. This affair Iabhld be
fepted .-acondltionally the Al-,definltivejy settled for .all time.
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By VIcI rr 660
Give Thanks a ij, otbl
things. But for i HtU fl4ir you
40 have-, if
you lived over e behind the
curtain listen for 4didght
step of the M
Be grateful for beln'abl, to fill
an aching tooY or owr a'4Og or
build a house or -run a car, .lit-
tle things.
In Russfted Csecheelqakjp .
are told by newl arri tl
you cannot case.a tootme, b,-
cause "gold aloeaton genl
work al ae ppmaed only' u
where It is required for 2font tltt
due to an acejdent suffered-b ..,
or in cases where loss or
of front teeth Is detrim ta ear-
rying o4t onea's profq-s "
This is an Offici re-
cently In tl SvoLe re, the
Communist Party, aw wa-
per .; .

Be grateful you step into
your '~3 model to r deen to the
village for'lmid M iIn Rus
sia, few licenses are m Car
are stopped, theirs
checked. If a drip i his
wife to the thter re
he must ca o ar-
riage cerUflcMA Rply-
ment and reside e tt
he is entitled to p a his
driving is legitimate aod ani-
Th dands of es
are i mary a t
the street beca m pi-
cial f6els that are
"not aece lt' it-
self is "cunOecS-.
Even if you're h ing
is no delight sldide tIe Un-
ion. There are onbli
re shops and s.
So w- ean you vl ve
"Moakvich" model? .
ie grateful ... Maybe y".kove
.;ogs. A dog's lif, and t f his
owner, is not an easy O1l.W l-
shevized Huqgary. The d% f M"W e
costs you a week's sa The
Communist regime fo i the
manufacture of dogfoo IIAd. bans
restaurant sales of leftovers t dog
owners. That food Is ncook-
ing for humanu. f yun walk
your dog and are unlucky' enough
to be caught by the dog Pt
yow hound is snatched and tro
to ther carnivorous animals in tbe
zo09 Only police dogs, bloodhoaflt
qnd-pointers may be bred for hubt
ing man hunting, by MVD pa.
trols along the Iron Border...
LBgrataiful... y -
It a sight a
there is a nw law
ration f all who
every night. Every m
keep a house record H a
man owns his own home, bE must
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WASRINGTON i(NRA) -Any the mala. Communist Party hais swun fabejalism to
doubt that the W of Guate-as a em eeause ofthe ium a. bulingrand
mala WorCers i Communisrt insielosal pa^l politoa a i Latin- nete we alk, a if
cow, have b re d. t press ar eom
repo a es i t u and so the Clt
rtary M muel s- .-.
WA,.or byT (am A) --A 1th l2)M mniz bePn isu' ic thai ther ,'ite ,
v -
ultht te lta of tGuateah dth bIa oad
tby a alnnGIstog
samling ofrtnnd nM4he Gi ke

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a te. Y want to
seu e randise for
i go down and ,

Sg G f-Jly-August IM
whlch I picked in Munich
bthe Radio Free Europe .
headquarters, this is a "rie"
snong opposition "to the' social C
order and the achievements of ev
o, action." Punmshable by
yar in prison, no less. You
Is a .tV, Yo really own ot-
Ing ...
e grateful .. .Maybe you own
a hoe here. There can
one, if ye have M= v's. 41
Firet must be re. t
|by U Fctory Coun-
you aut sign a 10year ..
fto Uve in it after it's ft-
io uM ea biot Mnr prausilon-
m.. ou eaut build it your.
a e you lmay get hurt
tthe sewrvetio and eIw
Ia fleS- the plant, you at
it noura ot work Ti
5siadvanS to
rad el m, 6* KAY mlunk
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Bromley Oxnam, the Methodist
leader who was ban mi
om spepk1 In Los Angeles
dng adltoru, wasreceive N. C.
President glsenhower, l t'
week, during which the two men sri
had a friendly conversation about ataO -*-
The blsh.o Inquired whether the Thq
President iad bhd a chances to0
play hl~ iglr Wednesday aft.
ern Jgolf game, to wMich Ie r
e, bishop, and I want too
aa ,You t r your offer to prey othea
for a better scae for me." rivm.
"Well, did my prayers do any the
good?" inquired the bishop. solu
"Frankly, on the first nine holes,
no," said the President. "But on u, coo
the second nine bhols, the answer e A
-i definitely ye" cor
IA FOn .. EAST aS 3
rie Jbhnstoan head of
ion pctur industry, came back *
from eear East th other day been spel
toeport to Prebident enwe on this
the toughest 6f all dipabloaec Prime
S- building up loag-ran
a.shiL between Israel and ,
elnton vPas asked by EiseA
tower to go to the Near East t at a ol
his pl ambassador, off a Tlly t
tte3 the question of Arab R the pri
actually to settle
r d land Sia m basic probM
of Am -lsrael friendip, h 1" ,e
What Johnston too with
was-a comprehensive plan for m- ed J
pountingthe River Jordai and it waI pu V
using its waters for power and Ir- obey 0 A
r a under a sytem similar to t eE
th T sse valley. If this inrri-
-lp wer pla could be put P t
1a e told the Arlbs..and Is.
the Jordap valley could be plates,"
mad to bloom like a rose, and c
a t 'pace and prosper r at O
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to t& tW'pRP
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I-ARTOL'M. Sudan, Nov. 30 lect clothing iand toys for dis- a 1,07 8,7
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extea. ttc.odty to 9pen. consul-. Last Chriatmas the Colon breadth s* 3 Ireland
tairyns scon to form a Cabinet organization distributed 250 breadth i 4 Made amends
pIe eed to thite the Sudan with food packages to adults, gave miles Sultanic
Egypt. toys and refreshments to 150 8 Cape 6Child Grafd (her ea
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cu.aions for the Cabinet with El 1100 meals and delivered cloth- southernmost e v 2lsS 41a '
Azari ras.nolern1r might end by ine to 110 oesons 8 Treat 28 AssvCrate 4. 31pert
mic-Decenbir as returns still eiori2 eo-ltn Clement Maori 12 Causti 9 Butter 2 Weary 44 Havenly
ben o filed rom do the Colon Central 1 Cc substitute 30 Bodies 9f body
being compiled from Wednes- Corpsw Inmyo 'th o alonCentral13o Dey ....... 1O Ee .. wer 45Smafl
day's parliamentary elections Corps hoprito be able to do 14 On the Sene 32 Mineral 46 Poker stake
showed the National Unionists more this year. sheltered de1 Seines 32 Min l 4 Poker stake
pu.ihlng further into the lead. 'Donations are being received 15 Hodgepodge 2TeWorm., mareountis 4Montersianpoet
They have won .37--more than at tle corps headquarters at 16 Consumed 2ear 3 moontdi' 0 9 MoEntain ol
halOf t~he 72 cetea decided 14th and D Sreets, Amadr 17 24 Cease 38 Fond'* 0 Essential
half-of the 72 contest decided thu e AiAo 178 cited 25 Shakesparea)e39 City in The being
elections were f0.a 97-m a ,trou ~1arl G risto 20 es k Netherlands 53 Mine shaft hut
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dent who promised to support the Southern and Socialist 27 Reiterait'.s
them and their policy of unit- Republicaii won 10 and four 31Number -
ina with Egypt. se)its, respectively. 32 Persian
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SHousehold I Automobile
- FOR SALE:-Boby bed with inner- FOR SALE:-1951 Hillmon convert-
spring mattress, $25.00. Bothin- ible. Very good. Phone Tucker,
S ette $15.00. Both used only three Nay 3670 days,: 2295. evenings.
S months. Call 83-4377. FOR SALE: 1952 Mercury, hard
FOR SALE: Sidebord, $105.00, itop, all extras. Excellent condition
d Dresser, $100.00. Double bed Moderate price, $2,000. Curundy
5 $80.00. Night table, $15.00, 83-7284. Between 4 and 8 p. m.
- Wardrobe. $125.00. All Custom FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet. Club
: built, mahogany furniture. Used. Coupe. Good condition. Must selL
1 only one year. Telephone Pcnoma C 83-4377.
2-3518.Cl 1
S2-3518. FOR SALE:-1 948 Ford, good con-
' FOR SALE:-3 piece livingroom suite edition. Excellent tires. Duty paid.
and coffee table. Perfect condition. Phone 3-4030.
a 250.00. 38th- Street East No. 9,
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Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
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anam 3-187. CrleSbol 3-1673.
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Phone UNAME. bo11 189
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Bosco.) Tel. 3-1594. dramatic. radio, 8,000 miles, fully Bring doeld t1 comfort rte rtes Phone 6-441
S|insured, con be financed. Call Navy oes and D GE YOUR -567.
FOR SALE:-9 ft. 60 cycle regriger-i 3932, 7 to 3. or apply 2529-C, CAMERA. O RGET YOU' _--
Stor in good condition. Cll Cloy-; Cocoli ofter 4. For rervioan pne le Jim at FOR RENT
t' o 79" 'FOR SALE:-1951, duty free Chrys- Panami 3-1600, tor si your Travel -
I 9c FOR SALE ler New Yorker, four door and Ageht.- _rm
S-- and 1950 Plymouth four door. TRY our delicis genuine Ihltn FOR RENT: Spacious reidence.
&iot & rho" -ond 1950 Plymouth four door. Ad- Pizza Pie, Rav S r- furnished in Bell Vista, o maod-
-. a dress bids to Texas Petroleum Co.. prepared by a in en ewnvienIes. For information
.6. JR SALE: 20 Aux sloop gray Cristobol. Right is reserved to re- our spotless kichei fore your telephone PanagioL 3-0957.
A 'goline engeu, nwlv pair.ted aone ject any-or all bids. eyes. The irice4r j ne RNd:-Fu'se ct N
S'cometeley o'e 'cuted, 7eis and AN- T Ct.s. IH" V- eANCO6rCK, ( Ctril ,-; ha .. No.-
"ol equipment. Coil Navy 3544. WANTED TO Avenue No. 143 rt t~ 9 st 43rd str prch, dining-
-----------Theatre, some siLde," rromIt ev m1m. 2 ,'nTe Nr aio.
SWANTED TO BUY:-tick-up "Mue- entrance for rhtoiu..t" Tr.m phn,2 -
"lsueen Wins blrio TuAin." No. 200 Centrol R CHALET FOi RENT: -icely fur-
Avenue. .- FiOR A mid concrete, h' including
(COntiWI o MoD Page 1) WANTED your refr:gerotor as a. electric refriemtelo, JlWdroams,
a... dusted th. round Wth tb rode-in on a new Crosiey Shelvo- perch, demnlnrolm., parlor, kitchen
Sh.te d...l&.cf. .. Cyrns, Tivoli Crossing. 2- O110:00. "sVesie fk r a 0
b* I FOR SALE:- Ho aslicil -SrW @
Tiie Queen. afr vew.a? e1793. cu celvor. New a x 2 .2fa. 1 aYrrs.
GuIard ot Hono rstopped.!n-,V Vointlander tarmia
the bright yellow giavertmi-e WANTED 2-S527, 50. m. Fto FOR
Ur Com ""a o .pnled b:4.... e FOR SALE :-le l Ie
lient A saM d aloll0OWC4 Ukoi72, elec trX A
by red Bft* old (ovita ---wrag-36: me yeo* 4d ^hiae &L Just |i ode
by tl:e Duke flnb gh ltti-. DIPLOMAT desires a3 bedroom chalet. mood earring H ous-. ts
Sonly7n Mialtstr Jose RB- Telephone Panama o 30388. boo Road. lephone drooms. ht. c Tel.
2 leisado. t ANT6 Unfcrnished house, E too. aon Panm.
BlS p. rasol Vpoleed La bisrecms. Golf Heights. Reliabe FOR SALE:-Bor P ALHAMBRANTS
m t 'r i 0 party. Willing to pay acple rent. istered, II weeks & FModern 2. 4 aE d NTti furn
Stis dur g the Colon Call 2-1794 during office hours. with children. see them etof N p. N unfurnished. Alwar a's T -
-'I,,, 'te tht g z'5007 dia Arango, e 8061, 10th Street. Coran. Tel-
wh~~ea c Usen cl8 r,a past road to Panama V t@1 4pnevi 36.
Qesevs cat und4't a U iC ephoonePonama 3-5371 0o lai- FOR :-Beautiful unune
11111o1 t u burled tbeiselvS PIANO PLAYING T !b Popu- aor 1674. oportrnt; gas Is refrige or,.
AIut.t i lr or classic, o ~e ra for R dy for occupancy Dec. st. Tel-
K-ao *tool ed "iyr LiE." dancing fuminsh s Pio epoe Pnamo 3.5024.
Sirnte lcvel '" and "Long Studio. Tel,, 2-I22. *Rdr tOilpnt.2-
e the Queen." Amateur pOh- ;I edwa.. UvZi-d er-
r ,l cr S ta k -I a! lll i s d r o v ,w g n s .
lpb~ern, takingad 8 Qee ve iMivf to continue vnt room Porch, oOage. .47th St.

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saE i -- Atnl"t thr,8tt dri U lights NOT" 5 apartmernt wr eol .

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a itAtthic p olil owHr went UWwa a lt te a t or two couples GOrao CWrtsqui-
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*W.biv e of oopr ov Perry HilL.a T IA n#94
evomieda ahmt an tied TQtwo-pfor-

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gtRe: tur*aed v e nu r khand t en e Mntr Josn aa andb i p co la ( P_. _

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b _e sedap. Baol rB e9rtb aDrt or B C b tomees et *AQ7_ e 1 eor a 1 -a Ego by .wek
Ta rt l ar then ioreod ocatd a tfrot a the Embat sy *. I o. N- -e .. J
t id IraTnr lacl0. wlhre Rtie b for a et er look. In the etr:d 2ee tR rw0esy Avenue No. 4rr,
ueern md the loth o thC- thM wreep a gmat mant, beaAics hee t_ tNoh "tfo4 po1 *he ,No, 4a

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At ot th e ben, to i,,8,y 0 ie ie upara te.. -- 7-' I
t halt-o= .tyrg at th.e Sa'lb in the &f bedroRom laprtment In prIt Vist
i nhbll l c tower eteee went up wle aol tne P a hwiosca o a. 9 for two months on or .bout 10th
S. erero Cs of Zo of w M e be tob le 1 114k B Avenue5
th tea aeo'b r Ide o t eo' Ile a r* 'uomta oht iyer-n Im FOR ReN-Apartm ent ofn
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o-'Saed uIn the balcoly ut1: Ieag, an mmw r e e '.' bh vo ,T'R' m. T m 73-A. Information, coe. 37
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eehlrtr nd teli The Quem I tura. picwnteu A neid cuple, roomhh
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g rive carrb rnorne'ahsilt- e nifon. t'orel'n Mlnister Jose at c3w o ON am t
colored n Pmbrl'a5 "wth'h were to Ramsio Gulz"do and Protool aDSu qet ed the ahck ar tQR FRENTI- nd oo^ kN
b le Sed brte irprl u wty *In Iretr Camilo Te wt aiedtf. Wan It a ,ytetie byhweek4r
ca -e of tn Heoirc atrer"a- Aer o setAt bamu I te u l o when tI heIm ed e lSir: Ju,
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t.Qimv came out of the tow official reception w ahich Bed t 11 te. -. AeuPas to repeat U. 3h itSfeeFt,
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The Chls.sler-Plymouth golf tournament at the
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Iterdlay i ith all the semifinal matches played except
the Anibal Galindo-Don Mathieson match which had
to lie postponed owing to the first named being in
SSalvador wiih the Panama golf team.
SThcp br\ n-ere granted per- First Flight
ra mtLion by thp tournament com-i
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Sweek. i phries. 1-up.
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Championship Flight ton. 2 and 1.
Don Hau-e ovei Marvin Chad- Second Flight
Wick, 2 and I
Calindo-Mathleson to be play- Capt Kurz over Dick Sullivan,
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TKA Convention Ladies Flight
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NEW YORK Nov 30 'UP' -
A record turnout Is expected for
the 12tf annual Thoroughbred F ta
facing Association convention o ll s
which opens in New York on o _al sul
President John Morris of the
Jamaica. New York. track savs: SOUTH
"Advance Interest in this
me*inw has been unprecedent- Miami 14. Florida 10
ed. The highlight will be an Delta State 13, Tampa 6
apen forum in which represen-! E. Kentucky 30, Stetson 26
ttlves of racing roups will Duke 35. N. Carolina 20
.aticipate." Ga. Tech 28, Georgia 12
TM 1954 board of directors Tennessee 33, Vanderbllt 6
.*rtlbe elected on Wednesday. At FSU 23, N. Caro. State 13
W same time. Morris and pres- Mississippi 7, Miss. State 7
mtent Spencer Drayton of the Alabama 10, Auburn 7
ybeoughbred Racing ProtectivelLSU 32. Tulane 18.
p $nru will report to the 37 LeJeune M'rl'es le, Parris Is. 0
WtrA.rack representatives. The Jackson C. 19, Alcorn A&M 0
S mp, forum will be held on Ft. JackSon 14, Camp Attb'g 13
Thtrsdav. That afternoon a new
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kwre-day session will close with
i anu dinner Thursday night. Army 20, Navy 7
a.Boston Col'ege 6 Holy Cross 0
Boston U. 41, Wm & Mary 14
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Ft. Monmouth 20, Ft. Lee 9.
TCU 13. SMU 0
Oklahoma 42, Okla. A&M 7'
Arkansas 27, Tulsa 7
Tex. West'n 27, W. Tex.St. 6
Rice 41, Baylor 19
Tex. Tech 46, Hard'ir-Sim'ns 1:
Austin Co. 19, Mid'ern U. 18
Mexico 39, Redlands 34
Tex. West'n 27, W. Texas 7
Colorado 13, ColOrado A-M 7
Notre Dame 48. So. Cal. 14
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SJUAN FRANCO WINNERS (Top) Pancho Falcato, gallops home an eaas post-to-ot winner
in the featured Class "C" seven furlong sprint with Chilean jockey Victor Ordofiez d up in
the saddle yesterday afternoon. Follow Me i is fO6r lengths behind the winner. (ittOm)
Chilean riding master Jose "Paco" Bravo gets Cambist home two lengths ahead of pro losingg
Merry Mason (Ruben Vasquez) after the latter entered, the stretch and seemed a winner, in the
-sixth race. This was a typical Bravo perfectiona" ride.

PanchoFalcato Scores Easily

In JuanFranco FeatureRace
TLineups For Four sjo.

tory in the race originally sched-
uled tobe the sub-feature but owl. Ganes Comp
which turned out to be main
event because the race scheduled ,
to headline the card was can- -.
celed b e c a u s e of the late
scratches. c a u s e By TI MOIART completed their campaign last
scratches. United Press pot Wtlter week.
The scratches were the result Among the other Iditvdual
of an indefinite suspehsilo .NEW YORK, Nov. 30 (UPI stars Saturdai were Bobby Lmun
slapped on Jockey Bias Ag The lineups for the our major hos 30-yard field goal carried
and ndo Castillo byA altneups
and Orlando Castillo by the bowl games were completed to- Alabama to Its boWl-cllac
Gambling Control Board pend- .day, leaving only the question of victory over Auburn. and Jaetki
ing investigation of the Satur- a national champion open for Parker, who o0pLete nine o
day's last race In which the sudb debate among the nation's col- nine.,pvasses nlies. n gMg .
denly improved Regal Chum gal-lege football devotees. i tate' secnd-
loped to a, ridiculously eaNM Rloe and Alabama both turned against Ole Miss.
eight-length victory. in Impressive triumphs during Jerry Marohand's three touch.
the weekend to gain berths .In downs led LSU to a 32-13 victory
Getting back to yesterday's the Cotton BoWI. Rice whipped over Tulane Boston University
feature, Pancho Falcato broke on Baylor 41-19 tb tie Texas for the whipped Wllam & Mar? 41-14
top and staved off repeated Southwest Conference cham- Miami edged Florida 14-10: TenL
challenges by Follow Me UI then pionship, and Alabama wound nessee rolled over Vanderbilt 33-
drew away in the stretch to win up In first place in the South- g; Arkansas swept to a 27-7 vior
full of run. Follow Me II was eastern Conference by edging tory over Tula, and Texas Tech
second throughout. Arkansas Auburn 10-7. walloped Hardiz-Slmmons, 46-
held on to outlast Newbridge for Since ee flce bpten Texas 1s.
third place and the-eEiher earlier in their ia,.the Cot-
Bendeguz, mutuels choice Nove- ton Bowl Commit ran Into
no and Agate were never pro- no objeetith in I the
eminent. Owls as itht tt lat-
er announced t iotf of
Noveno, tle big betting lavo- Alabama as theb ia econ-
rite, never seemed to get started, tender...
Pancho Falcato, an outsider in MislssI L prev1i06 regard-
the mutuels. returned $10.40 to ed as a Cton Bowl didate,
win. The day's best win dividend was knocked out of the 8EC
was Piropo's $33.80 in the first leader ship when- twas forced
race. Piropo and Pavera. the to settle for a 7-7 tie against
winner of the second race, com- arch-rival Mikssslappi State.
bined for a doubles payoff of However, Ole Miss till was being
$318.80. considered for the 'Oatar Bow,
Pancho Falcato, had two winners and Loulan State.
for the day but the big star was Notre Dam and. benced back
Jose Bravo with three winners. from' Its .stalemate, to
The dividends: pound -out a 14 *Itory over
FIRST RACE Southern at -Los An-
1-Piropo $33.80, 10.60, Reles. The. surrendered
2-MuteoQ g .40 er to and r n
1-Pavers 8 .80, 7.20, 4o0 to Et.
2-Coran $5.20, 2.80
3-Sin Fin 52.80. idLethy
First Double: (Plropo-Pavesl) for season,
THoRD RACE ar Latt-
S-GoldeTime I.20 2.20 al.
2-Interzre $2.40. for.
One-T"I (Golden Time-In-
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I x-Kontkl $4.80, 4. 1 "' "-,
Ix-.Don Gran $2.20. 2.0, 2.20 .
:3--Suvenir $3.40 .
Quinlela: (Dow-Grum Konti-
kl) $7.R0. fr
FIFFHRACE Cadeill give as
--ixoola 511.20. .20 three b Willgive as
12-Baby Bol $2.40. lag x r
1-Camblst 5, 2.60. 2.20 19
12-Merry Mason $2.60, 2.20
3-Tilama $2.80. .m
I-C. Green $7. 5. L20 Answers -m
2--Granero $9.80. 4.49 -
3-Vamptresa $2.60. to
Second Double: (Camblst- k, '
Cardington Green) $15.40. persorw
I-Parls Midi $3.40, 2.40, 2.40
2--M Princess $520. 3
3--Jubilee Ladv $500.
I-P Falcato $10.40. 7.60. 4.60 to r "T
--Follow Me II $3.60. 3
3-Arkanas 54 40. '.,
One-Two: (Pancho Faleato-
Follow Me II 548.
-Bolo Joan 53.20, 2.60 Who w E Emperor
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NBA, Boxing Guild.
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United Ps porta Writer wn
he had s .'
SNEWWtRK, Nov. 30- Differ- television Tfas
ences oer a ulght hAvyweight "Wuz robbed" L.
challenger may soon cause a test 'rn'
of strength he.tween the Nation- Beeause f oona
al Boxit Aib~eiastlon and the that oirlti a
powerful International Boxing were aS a
Cbarley Johnsto president of ham fo
the Qulu1, lashed out at the Fla., on
NBA, toa b c8upae of its edict ble' i l .. a
on Sturdy f WaMlhington that beer gaySl)rrG ilS'
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clth Mtoor mustn defend ag ist rightLs. '
Harold Johnbon by Dec. 24, or .
be suspended. Indeflmttely. "That' rghf" dJohn
Johnston manages Moore and ston. i"We'fr a
featherweight champion Sandy defense aaaiU,
Saddler. But that doe a
The angry Gupld president defend Sa ttl,
declared that smh leon Moore Nows I n i
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long years but the N.B.A. date i l n
made s amo to force a tees M huPI P -y
champion to defend against the shot." '?
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before the N.B.A. convention at wasllid 'b ''
Montreal and announce I was contender" in la
ruaranteeint .oJW Maxim $100.- ouarterly
000 In order to get a shot ateIto. I
Maxim's title. Plow, less than a latest ra No. .
year after Archie won the title,
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fend against their favorite, Har- for the m
old Johnson., or else. Negro.
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13, won the J"-pound crown on ers u4 '
a lo)-sided elsion over. Maxim Valde. t oer
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Rosea owl bid, but from here
on, the road's downward for the
Spartans because there's no
longer a Forest Evashevski or a
Red Dawson on their coachtag
staff ... They're the ones wha
built those offeasve power-
The Oator Bowl.could do worse
than nvite Cincinnati.... Gene
ilipski, Villanova'auper-charg-
ed halfback. Is nailed down for
a ball-earrylng berth with the
ast squad In the an Francisco
shrine ame....
With the Bne and Oranxe
Bowls tied down by etrence
ehanpVkms. an hau Cot-
ton Bowl entry restricted to
the Southwest Con ferenee,
look for the 8ugar Ra to
male a pst with the Uthk-
easrn Confereee ..... One of
the eomnlg Ipat ends is rik
Chrstensen tq Bhmenod, on-
ly a sophomore....

North Carolina tate and VI-
lanova wil quickly deflite that
phony fizs of basketball publ:c!-
ty built up aoralnd Bevo Francis
of Rio (rye-o) Grande before
december a. finished.... A six-
foot-eiglt basketball player !s
no more an athletic goon than
a 250-pound tackle....
Television fl tions do for
professional bqkhlr4N the
sane as it baa dome to popu-
arize pro football, when they
ave got rabid fans even In
South Bend, the b1e of the
Irish. AcedBl to a tre Dame
athlete .dlreetlt Moose
The ul;lmate solution for th,
fouling problem In baoetball Is
for the team shooWuin the foul tu
retain possessiof, whether the
free throw s good'or not... An
amr*lni slo In pro basketball
Is the hih-kOrihg star on one
of the perennial conteMders who
also is one of the biggest boozers
in athletsas.... And has been
for several years....
A' fai nsa fullback played
his college bM at a small
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