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 Material Information
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
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00089
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amt 1o exposed.
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CAA Lists Projected Fred
Airport ImprovementsuS '1 .e t i Canal I
W.AM TiGOE. July 29-1UP)- Another dW of thle m nll aid-
Civil Aeronautics Aurrni; trator Ing the large occur i Sunday
Charles F. Horne made pubUc' when tbe' Canadian -se-going
yesterday a list of 16S airport tlSg, flundati Lillian, transit- ACCEPTING PAO
I improvement projects to be un- ed the Canal towing the French
dercaken at a cost of $19,055,855 Line freighter 8.. Rouen. NEW W
in thie year ending June 30, 1953
P, ojects were listed for all the" the converted Liberty
it zs akqg territories except De- ship developed engine trouble off y
lae.are, Nebraska and the Dis-Chile sad put into Valparalo,
trit of Conluba. The largest the tiny Foudation Lillian, skip. "" 7 rIAN Im
number for a single state was 11 pered by OCharles Stewart, came -. L i SISA Yh
In Clfforma to Jer nw sd b at.pme-.nt
Of the total funds, .9*77.a250 towing the-lch vessel to New SAILlM At
Sl1l be government money under Orleans where she will put up for
the Fderal Airport Aid Act and reptra.
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stats and local poanasors of the it
projectss. V SS U A
The CAA also announced that -"
at the end of tlhe sixth year of
the federal air airport program 9i TIb id" 17i
June 30, a total of $181,145,41 -
had been earmarked for airport|ih ff agg
construction and improvement.' w W W %
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1M project at-1,159 airports. Capt. David H. Swinso,' v'ter- A se
an wL.ijdc of 0fe' Panst afne,
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Sto lon. 1 mutines. I time in World War
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FOR SALE
rMlcelnanenme
.FOR SALE:-Below cost, slenderizing
equipment by MacLevy. Telephone
Panama 2-0860, ask for Mario.
NF6 FOR SALE:-Complete assortment of
lamp parts; harps, three way sock-
," esn, finals, steel pipe. EUREKA, S.
:., A. 133 Central Ave. Just around
F corner "J" St. Open until 9 p. m.
FOR. SALE:-1940 Oldsfnobile Con-
vertible with radio and plastic seat
covers. Livingroom and bed room-
set, auto tools, Household items
Phone 'Panama 3-2416.
FOR SALE.-African Violets. 8026-
- A. 2nd. St. Margarita. C. Z.
. FOR SALE:-Complete Amateur Ra-
dio Station consisting of Collins
32V2, National 183, Select-o-
Ject, Mike & accessories. Also
Inrtructo graph. Everything works
on 25 or 60 cycles. KZ5TT. Coco
Solito 82-B

He's Your Ckhance


To Lm SpMnish

AIfRP WIhrdY
Spanish courses, specially de-
signed for American and foreign
students, will begin next Satur-
day morning at the University
of Panama, it was announced
:: today.
" Classes will be given ev6ry
k Saturday morning thereafter for
Sa period of 16 weeks, the an-
tbuncement said.
Previous courses in Spanish
p. at the University have been ex-
i-: tremely popular with Canal
Zone residents, a spokesman
I:i. ad. Army, Navy and Air Corps
Solfficers, as well as civilians,
7 have tAmen Spanish courses of-
Ifered by the University.
The courses, registration .for
which registrations are now
cen, will be for beginners only.
t s spokesman said educa-
1lal trips to the Interior will
Wranpged for the students as
'I-M e classes begin.


LEGAL NOTMcE
SCrO sTRAT CT COURT
ALDOA IVSlON


No. r0o. Probteesed
o0 TIO r SEt F0o PROVING
-W5. AND 4A4NGT APPICATWlN
10TWICE I hereby rIn that a pe
for the probate of the will of
J. ALEXAITIS, dee-ssed: and for
Slt'.-ane. of lette o( tadminBlat,-
b. flta the will annwed to the Public
I.lbltor i l of the C inal Zone was
'S to ShI S Court on July i., H1al al
S l J al. 1 15 at n'elock a. m..
k the Courtreom of this Court at An-
C.MS.a ml ae. hm been et for the
clm ot end petition. whb and
h sm sy pr#ion Interested m7 aap-
I' md and test the sme. and ohow
.a*fI.lf any. why mid petition bould
N WIm2utr ted.
a *r2t Aneo, Ounil onae, this
M 5.'li, 1923.


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Clerk, of Court
By S. do It Pem
Chief Demuty Clerk


FOR SALE
Atanemohile


Serve Personnl ond Civilian
Goummient EnmpyW
Government Empoys FlnAne Co.
An y ft Ine m new


Pheme a-m 3-4985


FOR SALE:-1940 Ford
dan, good ont ition. 1
St. New Cristubol.
FOR SALE: KAISER S
four doors, perfect
condition, glad uphols
like new. 695.00.
Used Cars Peru Ave. I
FOR SALE:--fO0 Ford


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FlOR. 66
Hofe~ftw 4


FOR SALE: Fftlkin 26 cycle,
porcelan. mncu condition.
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Tudor Se- FOR SALE:-4 W room ,set.
68-B, 6th radio. 2 sd, b e Venetian C
bliards f 41-f" ..tl l riis. 168-
SEDAN 48. 6th b, New C.rt.i.
mechanical FOR SALE; HMAthuld furniture.
tery. clean. srttingrbom, bWo st, refrigerator,
Eisernaon's stove, Madle. Cenit Avenue 47
No. 8. apartment 5k, 1 t6 je 2-3192.
convertible. con alft rem*t ff*lft t.


Excellent condition, will accept
best offer. 87-2108 or 83-6134.
Quarters 2014-E, CuriJndu.


FOR SALE
Mwurcycles
FOR SALE:--Cuthmon-Scooter, li
model. Good condition. Call U
2236 Albrook, 8 a. m. to 5 p.


FOR SALE-1948 indian motorcyc
74 Chief, good condition. Barga
Phone Cpl. Vest, from 7:00 a.
until 4:30 b. m. Ft. Amador 52
or 4216 ofter 4:30 Cristobal 234

WANTED
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WANfED: Awrlean couple re
small furnlted or unfurnisl
apartment in Iw idvMtll distlet
1697 or 3-1660 room 732.
American couple uwes inleresi
housekeeper cook ofternoon
Wife iU following operation. 6
Curundu Heights offer 4.
WANTED-Apartment, one bedrog
baths. and kitchen. Furnished
unfurnished, In' city, Belle Vista
San Francisco de lI Colet,
couple with no chllidri. Phone C
Ion 1077-J.
WANTED: Vocotep.Qters g
Pacific Side to be SBM1 one
eonAugus..I t urA-5" 6& sni7I


FOR SALE:- tectr. Irfrigerator, 9
cu. ft.' 25 Cyt Ell porteloin. $50.
00. House 053WA, Gueyacon Ter.
Phone 2-3321,


FOR SALE:-Rerigertpr 25 CyCles *. """* -,
good condition, $50.00. Inquire f t we 4dra ls
522C Coco. ife. Ave. s
FOR SALE: New mnhohany twin 7'F 2
ate bears. no spr'l or mattress. 5611 2-
36- A, Diablo, 2-21 .urM
m. FOR SALE: Qoartermoster Steel I*vf-,.we ts. KI.
le Buffet $15, ex fluent condition. t ,B
In. 141 0-D Cart S abto. r t j
M FOR SALE:-SmGmomns beds dresser il en ii,
02. sewing machine, tables, China clo- ti faaifes, pmevoi.
set. Sun Lamp, MWi. dishes, elec- i tl"eW, S 0!0&
trical oappliances. Venetian blinds a"1 v0'.1,e..0
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WANTED:-2 or 3
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J. C. Mcloea. T_ ea ,
WANTED :-4Usd
2451.
WANTED: Leai telehW6t, rnMJA
engle lenses for Lte,.p ,i WngW .
Phone Color f 1103- -
HOUSE WANTED: Rim
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a meeting. The Legion
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respect of permanent re
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wyer refused to be quoted
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190 KONG, July S29 (UP)-
6 CommaWatat bave opaen-
aWo esampaign in ameao
bng the rt.un of the ti-
,tuge colony to Chinese
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sur re1as1lew Mtacso. dwn fiulfive dS.
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te upAltGy rea rday two women
erlmS-a nd? ieftfor the omeffl
to preyvet any dent Of the vanef
oMfta wek's border the trate Me Iton
adm--mt. history orf the nawS
Cmmunleta reportedly tat a woman ha wh
wmdO they tfged we sted for a major pft
4U a demanded e 0,000 The two candidate
ken dmte for dmaMgs manaon Swell*am
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ski E maccuseM oorSlc tionalh I
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