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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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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f-" -" begins its third year, it stands as the.'rg P12-i'Gn.d elRli.. y
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li the brightness of sNorton anyone foresee an easy or honorable end to it. g rans.ili
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NZA Food and d Editor
When vacation days drag for A good substantial pI e 1h i c
h youngsters, and hot weath- standby is frankfurters and
er intoor cooking drags for baked beans. But there's a big
Mother, there's nothing like a variety of wholesome recipes
wrm outdoor meal in woods or from which to choose.
roadside park or on the beach. o sthFo
c-'bilr, mothers don't rel- by "3U Dad for the Fourth
g over the FuMther fdr an outdoor 10t dinner -
c "in many places they hell like the change and you
c ft't build fir ifr the y wont miss your hot kitchen.
ted to, because of safety Here's a tuna fish and noodle
aton ecau dish everyone in the family will
like. It's easy to fix for that
t here's a simple way to outdoor meal: .
hot nourishing food out of
4 just fill up a casserole Tuna Fish an Noodles With
with an one of a whole va- Mushrooa mream Saees
rtety of complete-Tn'-one-dslah (5 Jrvings)
recipe and cook right on the
picnic table with a table-top One tablespoon chopped oni-
utov1t., -. on, 1 teaspoon butter or mar-
Them table-top stoves are the garine, I can cream of mush-
civiin, cousin of the Coleman room soup, 113 to 112 cup milk, The clever b .' dS '
pocket stoves almost every G.I. one 7-ounoe can tuna fish, 2 e. Sffi by = fas
used in the war. They make cups cooked noodles, 314 cup by amCd aLie r
their own gas from liquid fuel, crushed potato chips. ef s
light atantly and .can. be reg- Cook onion in butter until umbrel I &sil Is .
ulated fast ebde Ui brner of soft stir cream of n oah m e wm. u ty
a gas range. soup, milk ad onon ether.
Small enough to tutk away Break tuna into chuttka; mix BY GAtl ABGAS
.a spare comer of the car lightly with oup hiture and NEA Woman's Editor
trunk, they burn four to five noodles. Place in greased 112- NEW YORK Cottons are,
y hees with one filling of fuel. quart casserole. Top with pota- this year, coming of age. There
They boll a pint of water in to chips. Pea asd olives may have been signs of growing
S little more than two minutes. be added, if desired. pains for. some seasons ow.
Casseles may be started in For home Wtake at 350 de- And, this stamer, they're
; tAe .oy at home and then agrees F. (mo town) ar making a debut that's of
ed up at the picnic spot, 20-30 minutes. or p icni eth- surprises.
Sentirely cooked ou tdoorsa. er bake at home and heat up One of the most Important
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FOR SALE: Dressers, modernized
quartermaster furniture. Phone 2-
3708. House 0954 Amodor Rd.
.*'OR SALE: Porcelain refrigerator
5',' cycle $100.00; Mahogany chif-
.tnler $25; dresser $25; 6 piece
diningroom set $150; metal kitch-
en table, chairs $40; maple divan.
chair $75; RCA radiovic and table
-60; washing machine $60, dishes.

- house e 8045-E Margarita 3-1876.
;'J SALE--Bendix De Luxe Spin-
ry automatic washing machine.
.,,.25 cycle, $150.00. 251-A, Coco
Solo. Phone 774 after 4 p. m.
f- OR SALE:-Mahogany sitting-din-
Ing-bedreoms, modern styles, per-
fect condition. Reasonable price
Phone Panama 3-1509 or apply
.JgeIco Avenue 69, from 5.00 to

FOR SALE-Bendix Automatic wash-
ing machine 25 cycle $125.00.
Kitchen aid-mixter $20.00, 25
cycle. 1950 Chevrolet car radio.
35.00. Cristobol 3-1411.
tOR SALE- Refrigerator Interno-
-- inal Harvester $250 00. Thor
washing machine semi automatic.
$17500. IMokcose $15.00, Ch,-
"not" e -upright chest, $100.00. Vani-
m'0ty dresser with three mirror $15.-
;_r0b Square mirror, $5 00. Table.
buffet and four chairs $25.00.
2167-B. Curundu.

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Gavwr-.mst Employs
Govement EmployeP s
Insist on
Gormwrant Employe Finoa Co.
W you finance yawour
or used car.
AGENCY SEHUNGt,| R
No. 41 Asfmlbile eN *
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
FOR SALE:-51 Studebaker Starlight
Coupe, 4,000 miles. Reasonable.
Coco Solito, 2-G after 4 p. hn.
FOR. SALE.-1950 Oldsmobile 88, 4-
dooo' Sedan. Reasonable. Finance
ovilable. Call Cristobaol 3-2402.
FOR SALE 195 I 2-door Custom
Ford, 8.000 miles, radio. This car
is in excellent condition. May be
seen at Qtrs. 2035-F, Curundu 'or
phone 87-5224L.
AUTOLUNDIA
"The leading UNED-CARS lot"
offering yuV
The lowest PRICES In town
end
Easy Poyments
Pey us a visit! It's worth It!
4th of July Ave. N9 11 A
FOR SALE.-Radios for your 1952
Dodge or Plymouth cars. Colon Mo-
taors, Inc., Panama and Colon.
FOR SALE- 1949 Pontiac Club
Coupe. Radio, white side wall
tires. Can be financed. $14.00.
Call Curundu 6246.

WANTED
Miscebalnme
WANTED:-One Second Hqmd Army
Jeep in good condition. F. ICAZA
& CO. .79 B Avenue Panama.


New Books

A new blogeaphby oft Wingbn
Churchill, "Winston Churchill:
an informal study in greateua,"
heads the list of books which
have been placed in circulation
this week by the Panama Cali
Library


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porch awnings alu-exprt, novelist, a
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of the Britimh jtnem ss gr:The Tho
of the pssbill- er Album, Thurber.
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S",'' Caldwell; Short els of
ette, Colette; OCaofie qn
,oduoeto S. tLaurent-Coly;
ne 'a t the story of
onddn Mua~batb MacClure- The
Ia muntin spelm Morris;
hbeep, R un,
r train hasc r t : wmneri
1 sl engineless rent, '1950-1i I;'aboo of
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FOR SALE:-- Saohone puppies.
tacln Si6 fl,' S draprncisco. ay
pun4514, outfit came-
FOR SALe KnakRSA
!AWBfT'2f t Per.
FOR SALE --Binoculars 7 x SO wTth
case. Pair saddle bags. Indian Mo-
torcycle 440 c.o. House 0821 Bal-
boo. Phone Balboa 1385.
FOR SALE: Saxophone, mandolin,'
music silver chest mahogany chest
wicker choirs. House plants Afri-
can violets drapes, 16 mr.m. mov-
ing picture editing outfit came-
ra tripod. 891 Morgan Avenue
Balboa.
FOR SALE

Real Eatote
FOR SALE:-212 acrs on the high-
woy.to Arraian. With river. Owner
leaving the country. $2,200. Call
Panama 3-3794.
There's MONEY in VEGETAriLES'-
I can shbw you how you can pay
out purchase price in two day sea-
sons on 5 ha. within 30 minutes of
apples which pay year round oper-.
ating expense. Cornrlettly equip-
'ped with operating truck garden-
tractors, new center. pump, 2 in
pipe lines, tools, houses, etc. Am
leaving. Mast sacrifice. Make of-
fer. Roy E. Graham, 2-3679.






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SIWded froMl the rlta
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wh.ge re the oe f try will
boat rides.



irIa Souti a iabd R ting
i the Conm heht K the Crla-
Yacht MWe W iam
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gle's bud Of t esd'ay.
re group motorea 9 Pdrtobelo
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Crist6bol, teltphos 1386 Colon.
rQR RENt .- airhed or unfur-
miswd rsi*g f& flspensible tngle
persons. "'" Annue, houe 12,
Tel. 2-3354.

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Davfdiokn. MSt0* k-29144 or
oat 8044-J MWrf t 4 p. or
Brown, SiPle's of the pgroau,
were with theft and the ow
Ing Marinefttntl Sea Scouats a
tendd: the MoIes Louise Md,
mondson, Dotna Brown, Dlanu
Delaney, Carl ie Taber, All"
Chambers, Patricia and PegW
Roddy, June Rowley, Toddy D-
nam, Shirley Tebin and Marga.
ret Leigh and tht Messrs. Don*
kid Johnson, boa Ponder, Stet-
ty McNiel, Guy LaCe and Richard
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Board Meefl 4 Crtbal
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*ard ox D ofen ht ChAWt's
bIl WomaR's Club will be held at
the Red Cross Buildtng in Old
Crtitobal on Tuesday morning,
July 1, at 9 a.m.

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ltd to a aftM the Mn
iieting of the GatOu Cn
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Gilbhoune Tuesday bfveifag, PR
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bMae been made for the Pe aM;
of July Celebration IAn Gat"
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This ampaniet Is intended to convey to
idea of t1t situation existing oft the Isami
regard tgocommerce and trade. The ma i
pay taxes In the Atepublc o Pantla lnvi
trade of purists, pifIn ships and te po
ik1 Zone against tie powerful competition
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ment opeates in t]e Zone through varolds i
talitles, WitLtout pling taxes of any ktlk
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ment 4@clea, an enjoying in every en
advantage of Its Inmeaee part and its i
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e of Pa&ma, wherein it is covenanted t
Canal, cut through the heart ol the Republici
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and In s of Panama does not hesitate
Republic Of Pana k is entitled to a fair J
benefit s Uaus she made the Canal posi
ed contribution of her territory and her' 1
&oaition. The Chamber of Commerce of P1I
that the Republic Is not receiving a fair port
fite and that the wehrchante ar% the people
being tried with fairness and justice. And.
rte of CJmerce s1eves that the America4
ea one and -the leading AmedcaS a
n at eseuntatnly fair and just, the
Isd t earnestly and repectfally brought
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at I the Washton authorities have an
- contentious knowledge of what ha
haenin Panaa. they w11l es to it the
adn le remedlt so as to pat an ed to
Wai and ll-wil wl i being crea
loosely united nation a the of the'
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