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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: AA00010883:00117
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HAVE WE A HOLD-OUT?
M all Box Editor:
It has been my understanding that all military personal
in the Republic of Panama must register their cars in the*
S lic. Furthnore,' Memorandutm No. M5, UBARCARI N at-
August 1858, Msates-that all military per ne will avel
*.^ b;- e listered.witha a ten (10) da perloW.
b et bM r a .WoIcM a rgeant wo works as ante-
-- retat l 6 T.Jti MP Bation, who refuses to comply with
memiorandh. low come?
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S About a month an the Mail Box published a letter In re-
E to the questionable weight of packaged meat in the Canal
C B O D*1I5 The authors a t.t people th I
weight andt their purch w ni How
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t nothing folowel t pUtblic print. Sfthcoming ea-
ture on the matter deliberately squaMS? Or as the general
public too ignorant to know how right and wise those state-
ments are?
Each day people ponder the high cost of living, but deol't
bother to see that they get their high-priced money's worift.i
Abd some even go so far as to check thek ange for corre -
nes at the registers. Hundreds do thia daly yet they un
tthtly pay a price for meat that is in exea, nin.e times out of
ten. It deMa't do much goo4 to count yoie change if you e*e
cheated before you even get to the a W..
Comn 'on folks! Back the o6 n 1t._a. Don' alow your-
selves to be cheated any longer. .d l weit (exclusive
t. pac.aglig). Let's see it the d ave enough
Sto put scalbs out front for the customer's usel
And if thereis a lawyer reader, who Wi be kind enough to
give some free advice, plelae tell .us whtt other action We can
take against this sort of thing. The public Is protected in the
USA. How about the public in the Canal Zone? I suggest.that t
e g roveo bJreesmee n ra to look out for the pabli. Maybe we
o a tter Dideio Bureau here too.f

"' :'T DON'T SEEM LE A RICA" k
The 1M a Bor:
'What is the deal? A person can't have any outside actityu
Shsta will eman money? I thought w were free tax payi
! l Americani otusens.
I guesn we are just tax paying Aniericans. The free flrt -
40 't apply here.
S. O. t es on the hill? I guess this latest directive
%:proe given rights to earn a living applies only tous s
low about the big boys who are mixed up nto qyerythfl
aindm soup to nuts?
7- What about these birds who are running back and forth o
lea na t get so that we are told what we can
t our pre tme, then it don't seem like American a


e gave considerable thought to the nation of
a ta lk In oeraoneal. The neurotic ners can
.aueiB~ c Me Ih dogs within a ditoane of one bl I
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alaRsngs *A victims of an atocious practice of the -
S t of the Terminals, I am compelled to
ig a ltang it to the attention at higher fn .
employes have been oetn ous a aeo bjn e I
to deductions of rent, electrical and hosp
of how small their week's earning aa .
he indebtedness exceeds his week's g r
leaving him nothing.
the last pay period, ope employee earned P$8. 'ate
r^ acted, leaving hbm the e'Oot ceaset. '-
employes are paid weekly. baut digts ame eolintwl c
Ml0h. On what must these .employes survive whea.mti S
;AS-of consequence collected in the previous pay pli wM
4"B twnt work to oaGer. 9
n spi te of thlb form of deprivatlon, we unfortunates m
Hp d on eveal occasions to return to 4do
even a piece of bread, on account of the*
to made it Imperative to confiscate all our we
of a part, depriving us of the immediate neoev y
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originally, franesco BiUse
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when news of Evita's death
reached him in Colombia, he
decided to convert his trip to
an expediston of hamage Jo Ar-
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1lias plan to hit Ottawa.
SJACOBT Canadab in Janty6 his
__JA___ sturdy bicycle made epeclaly
for him in Buenqp Aires last
1. t .ar. The blke ti called Ivlta
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4e *rhe youthful bicyclist was
T141 hurt in Colo mb m when he sod-
12 denly came upon a road-repar
machine without warning and
crashed into it. His legl td arm
43042 were badly cUt, up a- result.
VAKS In Panama hAe is befg treated
V 7 for the injuries before starting
*K43 'out on his trip.
During h1 stay here he Is the
Sguet of the Argentine Embassy.
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1W6a W1 .1 The United Fruit Company'
Pa Pfa ship 8. 8. Vtragia is due S
I-. U arrive at QMatobal Saturd"TIL
morning fto't fBew York W
S72 passengers aboard. Only o,
passenger, Miss Elizabeth KolT
and Dick Kahn will land at CrastobaL


IWwed the final session of the
wj her's Palr last year In about
place, and came In with a
aent game to win the
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rule re, au ay be een in the
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22 for a 15-day Caribbean
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ge a driate piie e, Auteon I-
1 -;h Asses .mz Servfl ainti and CivMlUS
1 '* As. .< miroveirrmunt Emplvoys
ItR DAY HOLIDAY SPECIAL. Insist on
r through she Panama Canal, Son Bias Government m ptloyes Finwe Co.
Islands and Porto Bello. A JUNGLE Whleh ou linace Ow new
JIM JAUNT sponsored by Hotel El a& Ue4 r.
Panamd, 3-Day Package Tour $45. A.NuCr MillNl
00o. iis febueu to ,
Leave Balboa, Saturday Aug. 30th P We g -4 5
6 A. .M from Pier 17.
S Arrive Strangers Club. Colon 2:30 FOR 5ALE:-Maftr: 1949 Plymouth.
. re Sraner C18.000 miles with accessories.
Leave .Strangers Club 9:30 P. M. Phone Coco Solo. 8498.
Arrive Porvenir Island Sunday 6 A. FOR SALE:-Plg reductions on tires
M. for all smell cars. Ford, Consul
eave San Bias, Labor Day, Monday Hillman, M rris, 'Vauxhall, Fiat,
SSept. 1st. Opel. Stnjr. 15th St. West No.
Arrive Porto Belle I P. M. 72. 2.1444, opposite Viflanuev"
S Leve Porto Bello 230 P. M. y Tijeira.
Arrive talon 5 P. M. FOR SALE... Mercury 4 dr
What to bring: slacks, shorts, FOR SAL1d n40 Mercury 4 door.
w. blking shoes, swim suit, hght Tsedl.n I IOmd condition, $370.00.
sweater or jacket, sun hat and Tel. Na ., Radan N
CAMERA Stdilon, -C.
What you see and do: E.plore FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Victorio.
% venir Island, swim, sailboating. New condition, radio, WSW. Phone
: Ihing fwe have the tackle' and days 8.-3-140.
S sightseeing on three inhabited Indian De Luxe
I blond. If you have flippers and un- FOR SALE -1952 Chevroler GtLide,
derwatec equipment. bring it along an Toy seat covers. Only 1.7G0l
Ss the water is crystal clear and you miles. New car, guarantee. Price
C eon .pear a "big one. $1,975.00. $675.00 balance
S&' In Porto Bello: visiting ruins of two $1,924 o $67500 balance
Spanih forts. Treasury Building, and See Jack r Smot & Pardes
the old ch.ch to see the Statue of See Jack ir Smoor S Paredes
A-the "Blaock Christ." FOR SAE:-1942 Ford Sedan, tires
Those who worant to go through Pan- almost ne*, $265.00.
r e Canal only $10.00. "Elsenmen Carrie Usados" No. 8,
Y.. Fro-i Balboa $45.00. __ Peru Avenue._
: rom Strangers Cub Colon, $40.00. FOR SALE: Trailer Chevrolet 16"
7o' cotered by Hotel El Panama. whI s with spring, hook etc.,
; h ir* will be tWo more Jungle 50.00, Aenci Panomotores **"
S -m Junts the yetar to San Bas and Street N 27, Tel. 2-4666, Pona-
C- Larto Bllo, as the trade winds start Srt .... .. 24.. .
Sticking up soon and the sea wll be -n- .
;- .'- rouch. FOR SALE:-1940 Mercury 100 H.
"" >i'l...l -- i.---- P. ehline, complete w:th generat-
E E ICe medical clirnc,* or, carburetor, starter. fuel pump.
_14- Est7'9.'nte ,ret No. 149 b3.wn'n etc., Agencia Panomotores, "'
J cnd "K" street, phone 2- etN Tel. 2-4666, Pon-
' "479. Sirent "No. 27, Tel 2-4666/ pn-
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S. FOR SALE. Willy's Jeep perfect
Rt' R SALE condition, ne" tires, $645.00.
"Elsenman Carlos Usados No. 8.
"er *riW pnyuni Peru Avenue, Paname.
Ft "SALE -We hove a few Thor D*AfAIN Dodge P.Pik-up. i ton.
25 cycle automatic wa:h-rs ct rc- paint .and tires r, duty paid.
Stn...l W. .4 I leenmao n Can r s Ls s. No. I .
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iWVR SAf E: Just received'a few-
. "hiune English Gerrorrb record
changers. 25 tyraes and 60 ctles.
Price -.49.50 for SMans. MSe
S rim. Cesa Sportah, Central 223.
T e'l. 2-4591.
SR SALE: Treoa lt. Mhogaon-
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FOR SALE:-91 Cadlc Sedon if
excellent condition. Very clewn
fitebsmndblj*lt. 2173-A, Cunm'

ISALE:. 1951 Hilnan Min
tnvetible $950.00. Mouse No;
'049-B. Thtu SWt Mw, .,
rita, C. Z. between. 4 and 5 p. m.


Snr s' 'up- Ieq's '-I __s_ __ _-__1.1 ___
,rawers, Str, Nesg ploy FOR SALE: 1 49 Ford Panel 14
pe.t StIel desk. qlled condition ton, perfect condition. $745;00.
I-":-nibl. 1422-C, Car, p.onc "Elsenmon Carroa Useda "' No. 8.
.496. Peru Av~nue Pensmea.
"i mpe:te" B- .OR SALE:- WN per
- # .*Dtt ent condition fact onditiRn $0 .
-513T Target "Eisdhmdh C' .AM di*:ko. 8
*Mbelo 4 p. m. Peru Avees q .
:- irn "Mouten" wo.
w6m icett. and overceat or
aResonable prices. '6
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W :-- Ar brush artist for
tfirmw$rkr-Calf Pam ma 3-

A007:- Fymkthed apartment,
b d emam. f arag if possible.
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FORUK RtflT:-So, M nf1'6, ic~
or clinic. Justo Aramienfmi-vetw:.
and corner lost 37fth lo.
73. For information i .87tfh
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WANTED: -
operatmor No pe d
wonderful appd tF 4. .A
Beauty Saton (ne. '2-3181
until 6 p. m.


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FOR SALE:- Tn Wfl lo,
a. terifier, i ialto 2, 2
matic rifle iiple *ht, 4
gauge u ot gun Wt
case, 41 Accordion, ltore
ron cornbindtfon safe. 'All Ites
going ched. Phone Colon 264 ,
during offikl 'hours.
FOR SALE: Me dresser. GSd
condition, $15. 5 18.H,'WHflam. I
son Plece. h!i. BSettle 413,.
FOR SALE;-CNi wardrobe, s-.
hogeny, $15.. alng table, 'mFi
ror, beneh $20. 0301.X, CdbWX
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fOR STLE,-Cuatom, bullt mahpgul
ny PIhedfl console radio,. ~-
pHffui, 'wo e*akbn, 3 spehd rO-
coS'pvigr, *o mahogany rcih
Cabilst, m hogany telepholi
stand, two dnift cholIs, m
NtWOCrrcke boW.l Incycli
Set, Mdst tel. *Reoinable. 04
GS. Frd lpfn St. Ancon, C. Z.
FOR SA *f tenmo a ltrifc tof |
drye. ."d 1011, tel In crot4
5270.yse Anar 2-4312.
FOR SAE:-Flirne bond bpit pt
no, 73 note bleached mahoganl
caM. P e6-484. i


FOR -SALEPhilco ffrigev a1 HM
deep free 60 cycib, One year da
good condition. Phoke 6-217. '
FOR SALE:-Fibre rug 9 x 15j)
radio, table model. Youth bO:
Venetian Bllnds 18" x 24",
x 4Q". Smoking stand. 8-4, .
St. Naw CridltabA .
FOR SALE:.,- Carved desk, outdSr
tables, chair, lamps, paint cdbinrt
arid paint Todder. 5472 blablo, 2-
3123.'
FOR SALE:-Easy washing machine,.
perfect condition, $190. Small
mahqany .aIble. $20. :Par of ta-
hoeah4dl tabet. $20.00. Ward-
robe, Via Epeoto, 2 houses
after Miramer Radio Statilon. Tel.
3-1566.


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WAMMTON. (x, ) AUW.- 26 -
e he ot5reAk of the ore 'M 1e.
r 4ws up this fall. And with
ies Tuup the old problem of
= & ,oldlers .who are out of
country help choose their
ceobiader-in-ch. ha C WI NIut S W i
's pretty sorry state of af-
pa when men most entitled to ,
e-solaiers fighting their ^ f
intry's hot and cold war-- J IaL i u s I m.i
aot allowed too so. But J fi lf o .U j
f- the wayItunfor. possibly Nf. ia I
asars ae million of m.
h6 A rmed forcts Informa- WASHImNTON, Au". 26 W w
S.*tad Educatlon Office has -Inflato aon.tinuei&t, rtatall
up certain standards states tide throghout the nation wit i ft a
St eet to insure that their no J'utUaS itRWt i eae up aft- a
Its get a proper chance to er e1 S mtnistrata tke
o'er paluost. office n .
ARfge these requ ame __ts t01 1ts tion officials
a ts the date perst ab-bpredicted kWi* that the amt of
otje vetfag. Several o met. HYM,W, as jumped o an t *oa na
he I. and U. offle also apecl- 'ali4h rise ane mv
one A to two rce t by
that a federal poet card bye he fte 49' .,Presien.i ,.._ ,..T
ptable In lku of the soldier'a s s" :.a San t -e -is a
dt. And ballots should be sent n .iaeNa ed an the early t
statess to p.. ee.tee voters ff In the early ihe "WrM.
ibe for them to be In the vot-
hbands t least 45 days before So r Swig
weer. dnsplte the IqCent MM Ir i ASmeratlme -- *
6 Woa experience Which wIl Mto to"SM the lf food prhlett
Shave caught u somethfg m l I n summer nt
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