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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-infantrymen from a fresh' rWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR PAF AA, A. P., SATtIRDAY,.
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ip nes were claimed destroyed. OffleM. of the CIO .United dowA the It"1. them.
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formnaly ended the 53-day-old The newr .ewtttpt also pro-
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ore diggers on the same pay lev- 'osetreit. .
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-,OiOTro. July 26 (USIS -_ lower difftmrntial than members gen almost mths ago. .
The International Committee of' of the UnlteI Steelworkers. L'.A" was aodt .
th3 Red Cross has learned! EffectA of the walkout by 50.- five cents bef t the twh "
9'ough years of experience to 000 Aelworkers will be felt for Stabil latlon h reComme- -:,
set, s "*very serenely" the kind a long ime k come. ed.
of.-ridiculous *ad pre terous A e increasewasIn, ob to the
"fracks to which It basen sub- cluded In obe settlement and Congrewy
lt.. Paul Ruegger the boost In the basic metal "wi slater canrt=i1 much of" tiN
othe fr teonl Sahturdavy ave a cMha reaction, apreadingb e ard s power.
1e th Internationae to R ad cs oof the economy Th price .crease wav bout
of th Inteiteel prices Rwilld g t- o b0 w f nOr 'rfesIe Mobilbser
Crosn Conference. Ruegger added a o o i w
at a preps conference that he toa to r r moe.. gr et etbre Vih strdie b.ega
de ba not believe the elements *Th u nfbA n He realged when Mr. Tn
With whom shah atteeks orltrin- The unlSiif7-10011 tAW ned dewe d ei recomhe f4me:. Th6.
eBave any knowledge of Red Sa g tlet* to back Price Chief Evla Ai-
os work. -. "a WeDa t n dthna other *ablleatiog offi-
Semost recent attacks on nthe .goand s i- e e s o t'
V notinal group devoted 'to m...a .ist la I-"lt Hue are some of the things 1 I as.
ion and aptatpncOfe ,'"lamfole11adM 0" ,
tb m.tlon and asidstfno. of n -in 419etS the tbIf.hft done:
neentdig help In time of u to wi 1 3) UPrt 0h e tal defense pro.e
rr have come from Commun- ibe mUsm deton 1taietable.,
o ostions. The Soviet delSSe- When the back to work order
th the s nVted Nations. Jioabb ?Mackton It t steel f lleaa a.. V
p e :CMtont. dh e 8 et h e .. .
r Itd reenW cra ward the ACdneles to tha e sto. O l .an i i
'imMr ndutral nor Internusttoaf lea eotwl p t ]not weeks, ae "WN
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rape offered list Mas to can be fired.ona wlshIeI doil
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unt nton s have not woud h been 284 b e slab. 4,31 h .

Sthe Red Cross conferees c ca g more to I a onderable ,
nt 'aturday, morfae tha-n 75 ent Hourly wagte I their o dr -lage ,provemet S
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ed to be n AaD. In addition. The steelwshorket also got Its completion provides
t ic t oresentative of l f benefit build up haran thed p MCanal on e
of the 72 lons h a fve cents e wth a moderer
k 0tV1 e1 Iwty I" WUmh A Whilte IPea mo movement e o traffon

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mi uni t ntionq have not. woud.hea n e boreen $ le4 So c btrn ee t1 sab. 4,18 nea
Jheh the first plenary session -t _-m~|. .kershnhle .iheraid .t l mt -- e ceurb an i thetg" 'ar-B i "
f ;the Red Cross conrfergo*e nt .hage omore to .ftk a I-a considerable Iidendo
.s Saturday, more 'than 756 cnt beurly wige slie their of drar.ageh eprovemettd
'me kntMon otf 89 tso-nal rdys will, receive nr asCt1le location and area gradisg. i ate r- ooime
Red Cross umometle lahreerhF.ul- toMearch 1. .e latterSti
Sto e im and. Tn addition. The steelworker also ot eo.pletlon proves
mIioreaentatlvei4 of "frid'" benefitsB aOUnlgitg ob ,public ano the Canal Zcum n he haeir e-n
of the 72 ngtJons wbi-h a 2boitlve cents anm heharr t
ate signed one or more of the Th contract i smpun untilflf thorodghfare, Vlleft 1b- A A srmau orles
eva conventions on wartime hune 30. 1954, bu'dithr side e c iurt i% be adequNte for e "-y uthoite
vior are attending. call for a wage S01souit after L rdquirements of the. areas, OLebo hive bee air ed.i j-
June 30, 195. served for many years t% 0 ne. oI the difiveultIb s a n *M. 26(ltoh
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