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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.
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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: AA00010883:00111
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such no.:sense ore Henry
Firsaly, the writer displays an obvious i ce of the con- Red politues
L|ons in Panama..sinceo mnt of us wap een here any strawVprr
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vy alahut these street Ute. 'Binite proWl- itl
ti Panama's legislation. for dealing m p W-
e fondly. the idea that a decendvy O su hold be set
iparid brought to bear upph these is ly ridiculous M rj
te people of the Republic ot Panama, thehave taken AamMeti
asenelble position in Tegard to thir S o0 fi2e. of ,S
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i et that men wi be men and women ,' e desire to macut'
tAW in behave as such. 4lgag.
'. One fault worse than the absence of moral, is the false 'Tiill I"a
4!2m to the possession of a rigid moral code. The writer is iat, sept. ,
S-fomuly guilty of the latter.
Ifrdly. a man who 16 guilty of "acts of m-
ty"? with one of these women t no bitter than she. Men
t the proper education in such matter ulid go back to I ;,
Lastly, we Americans should realize by now., we are lnoltn- howar-ste
be th* headed) that we have no right to attempt re- tf
Sifmona.'monl or otherwise. In another nstlon without ,)he 'n" -r-.
r tiaon o 4c jetorrn by that nation. We Waouad not Tfor. n
nt t w e a foreigner. In the .eRe fepub &,VA L p
t t, -we will do well to -thind our own b god
Food W hil ai. s.
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DEATH TN QUARANTINE . ._ Progre. ft .
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9 rubles to pay for.
Sh la a fth grave at the Coroal quarantine a
er. a lively sweet Cocker, hou pet. age 16 month Yet sebi toe as
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bpane tis o of tr asonfth of qua ra i der aw,
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l-M C .Service PeS V MI eld CivlIlian FOR SALE:-ModWen lI dresser. I
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anSlsftl l;, V25-2256 O' CAo,i 0 FOR SALE:.-SeOO m ln a.iSIn-
E .e Ftex 543, Fort Anqdr. Wh l drier. 25 60 "Ii.. f ice from
-. ,, Canal Zone,5.50.00 up. Econogi, Lux Build-. ait
2-2386 t Conal ZoneIng, 34 Street, .ion 43-0919. *d.
wA.-n:on Camnibry. N Me. 1r. For~
f .: "h g9g FORSALE: furniture.
eainTaxi, LowingsthmsAL: .. i.2Per IAve.01.
o ,u ~ or oFOR SALE: .--'48 Mercury Cpe Apt. 30. Tela .s--9674.
Sii a loG.91.1, d3-27. FOR SALE:-Newth .-2 door 10
'P ft. Refriolrafr, '0 ycyle. Phone 36'k.
dAW fodwlalisFOR SALE.-1930 Nash 2-door s- 3-2730. -
aboard dbn, radio, bS $1,400.00. Fin- -Spkend "
krew DiesIl Cruiser "PIcodb- ncing taflebte, Balboa 3022 of- FOR SALE: on $mons Studio wvin do
sponsored by HHoII El ter 6. couch. 2 boaloe- hirs., W. Has- ful
IIom IBalboa: $50-0. socks. 2 fltr 104 4 venetian I
B 40.00. Only T FOR SALE:-1952 Pontiac Catalina,. blnd 4 bmrno.bfid. 25 cycle.
.00, Now is the time to Dural Rantive, Cotalina 9.- clock. *Fecri fl. 45 cycle West-
t ler film, sraot the plc"- 000 miles. iLo, good con- inghoudeI rM r, Easy wash- .
S. d*t3n. e I S afte work- Ing mchIr, 1.. E. S3 speed
sa, -,i" sill, IOI Iig hous ft 67-749 (Fort recrd ptyr.W/rl and rod. "1Si i
.,-o lungle back- lrn)' New 4 H.P. mn gas engine Two room furnihed
im Islands with FOR SAL -4ti lr Station Wa-. 7" DIsc Sacerlr, Cac Solo. 5865, urt .l*4 or'tenfs; urin t s
t Inhabited In- gon, wilkt i woall tires, under- Diablo. 2-4457.C el .8061. 0tmh
l t-*. -isMtmingB, sallboatlng coat, radio duy paid. Can't be FOR SALE-FrIgidalre refrigerator ew td. Telephone Colo f
h'JHafw.I." .told 1freemf *3 3.2730. 25 cycle. 4264 Portabello St., 86.
:Sead fort. ath FOR SE: -1941 Studebaker, 4- Ancon. ..
*>a u,-we- phdtlgry, battery, t'irm. FOR SALE:-.FrIlaire 6 cu. ft. $50.
of cs 54 miles of Pan- A-I all around, $295.00. 2034 00; D rxti t able, 6 dei, '
eof otir h 54 miles 2 .ofPn- T=o5t. s dbord, $ 0.00; ren 4. FBnein
S. *i g Cdlorn, Stranges for all small car: Ford, Consul, chairs, $20.00. Apt. 6, Calif. Apts, llbftlkI in 3Sb Vi e i rnt
p:i. k 'L. t Strgersll Hilllman, Morris, Vauxall, Ft. 491h St. i b g.ntlemn. PoIigneI prgfWlfI
Ip. m.- rrtt San Bi day.- Opel. Singer, 15th St. East No. 72. FOk SALE: G. E. table radio, 7, Afmrn 5 3-294.
m. m Suriay, Aiguit 24 Tel. 2-1444 ppiift Villanueva Y tube., 5 bar*l, 25 cycles; to 57
Tarrieh. .Talelro. -. mahogany dtsk with fle doewer. V, a U
"JuIe Jim" 3-1660. Ho- --W 11O two bookshuelp, p glass ta op .
aRWnd ca r; both ua? Latimer
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iEHAKE medical clinic. WANTE-4i~r cye renfrigerat- radio .,phafiih ,ido. MA-hi-
nte Street No. 140. Be- or, good ndition, telepheng, Mr gany telephone stond. 2 dining .-S li
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O poll l'ht wduld have been Magine (134 j Westrum.

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I a mateh for the othaelan rookie Damy1White with the lSe asone
(MTwbe Tunals Teouna- oases 1aa on which Duly New Yeak O3101-a 7 1
by the rrso-JWm Goodman liOred from thin. Chicago 000-1 6 2
Service Center wNh Goodman had doubled and mov- 'Crwln ...e. d, Wilhelm ft n'
e6y *ff oimnrt it 7:3- ed to thlrd Whei Pitcher Al Ben- (1i-R2 p14 '. .g
at cU*DSO-W9 Club. ton was' Z5f* R fielder's choice. Maker 41"i0 d Chiti. rB ;opw
W amwq Bm ad By7ee were vic- Dick GO -was purposely pass- .. (yu lt t'' ,
t[ _fl..t. Joseph Leakman ed then W] te ame through. Tw tGwighta ," e"4 kA' t li
-iA AA group and Air- Luke rtN blasted an Indian Broly 900W-3 13 0 o a* Ted At
oise Clanre Bartbo- homer, Am won his third COinktnl ubt 5 0
Weetk Air Force Base game n at. Ro (9-1) nella. bi tg
If for the Iutbiuiba The *3lee scored their Churoh (4i ),ilith and Be- In the
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u e Mi Hrs s ingl l_ n n t G us Zernial and se nd.6 -year
h in the tournament, and took the Uqdgarne on a three- Brooklyn 9m 6-- t1 e~detcy to
Smnnrup. The run rally which Reilef Pitcher CininnatiON '000 g 00-5 10 0
ofe.Tb-.s" eevening's Bob 'Hoper launched with a Ruthefor4 (4-4), Black (8) r1of.6h
homer. MaV x yrd hurled a Rsix-and CmVal.le.
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