The Panama American

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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:
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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00118

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agents. T- lMt idy of Peru-Mrs.
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Is Shbl Master ricano to MiWam from Lma Frt-
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from Australia by the master of son of Preldent 'a Ma. Odria;
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DAY- HOLIDAY SCAL
1ugh the Panama Canal. Soan Bias
lands and Porto Belle. A JUNGLE
JM JAUNT sponsored by Hotel El
Panami. 3-Day Package Tour $45.
We.
Mev.i Balboa, Saturday Aug. 30th
4 A. M from Pier 17.
Arfive Strangers Club, Colon 2:30
P. M.
LJ ve Strangers Club 9:30 P. M.
Arrive Porvenir Island Sunday 6 A.
M.
Leave Son Bie*, Labor Day, Monday
Sept. tit.
Arrive Porto Bello 1 P. M.
Leove Porto Bello 2:30 P. M.
Arrive Colon 5 P. M
What to bring: slacks, shorts.
walking shoes, swim suit, light
sweater or jacket, sun hat and
CAMERA!
What you see and do: Explore
Pervenir Island, swim, sailboating,
fishing (we have the tackle and
sightseeing on three inhabited Indian
Islands. If you hove flippers and un-
derwater equipment. bring it along
as the water is crystal clear and you
con spear a "big one."
In Porto Bello: visiting ruins of two
Spanish forts, Treasury Building, and
the old church to see the Statue of
the "Black Christ."
Those who want to go through Pan-
ama Canal only $10.00.
From Balboa $45.00.
From Strangers Cub, 'Colon, $40 00
Food catered by Hotel El Panaml
There will be two more Jungle
Jim Jaunts this year to' San Bias and
Porto Bello, as the trade windi start
kicking up oon and the sea Al' be
too rough.


DR. WENbM HAKE. medical clinic.
Estudiente street No. 140 between
"J" and "K" street, phone 2-
3479.


FOR SALE

FOR SALE:-We have a few Thor
25 cycle automatic otherss at re-
duced prices. Muebleria Caso Spar-
ten. Central 223. Tel. 2-4591.
FQR.SALE:-Wooden "Rompone" B-
flat clarinet, excellent condition.
Remington Model 513T Target
rifle. 752*C Balboa. 4 p. m.
FOR SALE.-Used piano acceptable
condition $75.00. Casa Admirable.
Next to National Lottery.
FOR SALE:-Do not pay more than
944.55 net, for your new RC-80
Gorrab tweed automatic record-
changer, 25 or 60 cycles, at Casa
Sporton, C0ntret 223. or at our
* branch at No. 56, B Avenue, Pan-
gma.s
IOR SALE:-To best offer by Sept.
T5th; $2,500.00 C. Z. Credit
Union Stock. Write P. 0. Box 1775

&'*lt SALE--Complete Hobby Shop
Power tools motor! Hand tools
Two Deep Sea Fish ng Rods- and
SReels. House 0266, Gamboa.

WANTED
Miswelianen an
KNTED: Furnished apdttment.
ome bedroom. Garaoge, if possible.
Mr. Parker, evenings, Hotel Tivo-

c. hldren, need furnished apartment
or vacation quarters around Sep-
itumber 20th. Post Office Box 666
lifrt Clayton.
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FOR SALE

FOR SALE:-Tenor 'n), portable
Victrola, baby arafl., baby bottle
sterilizer, Slaxphan alto, 22 ou-
matic rifle tleepic sight, 12
gauge double benrl Shot gun with
case, 48 At. Actbrdian, large
Iron comblnotl~n ~ft. All Items
going cheap. PhoW Colon 264.
during offt ce of,.


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FOR SALE:-Motor: 1949 Plymouth, FOR SALE: MfAl dresser. Good
18,000 miles with accessories. condition, $15. 07 -H, Wil lom-
Phone Coca Solo 8498. son Piece. Phoai fklbes 413!.


F R SALE:-Fine Dblnd spinet pia-
no, 73 note bleached mahogany
case. Phone 6-484..
FOR SALE!-Philco refrigerator with
deep free 60 cycle. One year old,
good condition. Phone 6-217.


FOR SALE.-Flb e rug 9 x 15, GE
radio, table moal. Youth bed.
Venetian Blind* 18" x 24", 36"
x 40". Smoklrv stand. 8-8, 6th.
St. New Crlistabl. I
FOR SALE: Carved desk, outdoor
tables, helrs, lampi, paint cobinet
and paint ladder. 5472 Dioblo, 2-
3123.
FOR SALE:-Ea's washlng machine,
perfect condItion, $100. Small
mahogany table, $20. Pair of ma-
hogany end veblis, $20.00. Ward-
rebe, $25. Via EsOo,. 2 house
after Miramar Radio Station. Tel.
3-1566.
FOR SALE:-Wooden chiffonier, din-
Ingeom chair. End tables. Bicycle.
107-8, Pedro Miguel. Pheme 4-
506.
FOR SALE:-7 ft. 60 cycle, alnrat
new, 3 1-2 year Querante, $150.
00. Telephone Panorn 3-1216,
PanamA.


FOR SALE: 2 twin beds with
springs and mattress. Phone 6-
213.


FOR SALE:-Big reductions on tires
for all sm l cars. Ford, Consul.
Hlllman. Ntri, Vauxhall, Flat,
Opel, Singer. 15th St. West No.
72. 2.1444, opposite Villanuevo
y Teeiroa.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Victoria.
New condition, radio, WSW. Phone
days 88-1100.
FOR SALEI-1'942 Ford Sedan, tires
almost new. $265.00
"Elsenman Carros Usedos" No. 8,
Pesu Avenue.
FOR SALE: Willy's Jeep, perfect
condiffin, new tires. $645 00.
"Elsenman Carlos Usados No. 8,.
Peru Avenue. Panama.
BARGAINI Dodge Pick-up. ton,
- paint and time new, duty paid,
$465.00.
"Eleinmen Ca"ruo Usedas. No. 8
Peru Aven e, -P nomi
FOR SALE:-194 1f4dcll Sedon 'In
excellent condition. Very clean.
teosonable price. 2173-A, Curun-
du.
FOR SALE: 1951 Hilmen Minx
convertible $850.00. House No.
0q9-4 Third Street Marga-
rita, C. Z. between 4 -and 5 p. nm.
FOR SA'LE: 1949 Feod Panel %
ton, perfect condition. $745.00.
"Eisenmaon Corros Usedes", No. 8.
Peru Ayvenue Panama.


FOR SALE:bouble bed 6 ft. 9 in.
Ion, mahogany head board, ma-
hegany floor-lamp, three way
socket. Tripod camera, lock head
type electric wall cock, 25 cycle.
See hWbs J. Polite, at Cristobal
Police Station.
FOR SALE r-Norge wastg mmhie,
25 Cyl., used 6 months $160.00;
Kitchen table, $5.00; Cot 'with
inner spring moeftre, $15.00;
Rattan Cocktail Table. $10.00;
Parch partition, $8.00. Between 4
and 8:30 p. m. 1464-D Holden
St.. Balboa, 2-4445.
FOR SALE-Kenmore electric clothes
dryer, 60 cycle, brand new, still in
crate, $210. Phone Ancon 2-6372.
FOR SALE: 3 Venetion blinds.
about 8 feet long, $12.00 El
Cangrejo, D-I St. Home 9. Tel.
3-1789.
FOR SALE --Peruvian tables, baby
chiffonier, pair hosocia. Curundu.
2042-A, phone 83-625A.

FOR SALE
iBat & Motor
FOR SALE: 12' sailing dinghy in
excellent condition, with outbnheard
"motor. Can be seen dt Qtrs, 1140
B Quaratine Rd. Headquarters 15
N. 0. Phone Navy 2324.
FOR SALE:--small sextant, compass
Primus Steve, blow tech hisit
drill, Manila rope 1" and 5-8"
H.P. mtor 1-6 and 1-4. 512
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FOR 0 -AL,; -1948 Kalser-Sedon,
feet doendtion. $64500.
'EWTipman Carros Usados" No.
Peru Avenue, Penomh.


FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile. Ex-
cellent condition. In front Ancon
Commissary, from 6 to 8:30 I.
m. Call Panama 3-4514, other '
wise.

Flutter in Teachers
4ea AsNat ruPa 1)
thews, Robert Mowrer and Ber-
nard Frost.
nMia Holland, a graduate oft
the College of New Rochelle,
N. Y. who haa done graduate
work at New York Ulversity,
taught last year at the Balboa
elementary school. ThIs year she
will teach Science at Balboa
Junior High School. Miss Mat-
thews, who holds a Master's
Degree from George Peabody
Colage In Nashville, Tennea-
see, will teach English at Bal-
boa High School. She was at
Balboa* Junior High School
last year.
Mowrer who was with the
Physical Education Departmelft
last year, will teach M.afmi-
tics at Balboa High School. Re
has a Master's De agree tom
the UniverSity of Minne ta.
t's transfer will bng him
across the Isthmus. Last year
he was at Cristobal Juior
High School. Thisear he will
teach English at l igh.
School. He has a Master's De-
gree from Western Reserve
University in CleveaNmd.
Another transfer will return
James Lyons, who taught IPg
year at Balboa High School, to
the faculty of the Canal Zone
Junior College.
Four teachers who have been'
on a year's leave of bqa8oe
will return to the Wal Zone
thi year. They aIe ss Katha-
rine Clark, Balboa High
Librarian; Miss Mary Worrell,
Art and English teacher at
Cristobal High Bdhool; 1ss
Claude Ayeock, anish In-
structor at Balboa AMh Baholi;
and Miss Lole MoMIraa ont
Balboa Junior School
staff.
Three other tencdbesn an-
tering oan a Y s I-U f
absence. hey a: W.
er, Chemistry
Balboa Hi h i
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hiCurundu September
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Purse.lee* return e4M
an Checks, personal effedi
glase* faun din pune. Keep
MeNo questions. aked. Mail 4a
7, Ancon, Canal Zone..


WANTDO:-4bwperlMeed. nuretm
with refernemoes. Alve in. bit
0905. 5-7 p. m .


WKWa1D: Mai4: for fatmtitell
three. PhorlePenaomo 3-3",WO
twedn'5:30 and 7;00 p, m ..


Positin Offend
Neat and uperlence chfer r
home delivery. References for lst,
employer end knowledge, of aIr.
lish on dSponla h required. Ti d T4
Cleener, 2th St. WeerNa..


FOR R : -BDeutiful residence
with mm, 2 1eh
lliving L 2 athuooins2.
garamg,-1 powft IMaid's
ronm. qoowvbi~ey furnished, $500
00. Tel. 1-14113.
FOR R8 --Two bedrem fuish.
e P iB Poen'm -4992.


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