The Panama American

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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:
AA00010883:00125

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.This ixgenedateon are submitted bY an dent That's a long, bng wai f
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TOKYO, Sept. 1 UP -'Asltia the strohgTy pro-Communist l 1 oridas 1 Sickness
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find out once and or all Antl-Colnim~tat leaders and 20 Wapon. 2 Bhield bearing
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
Lewis Service Sal6n de Bdelble Amerkcma Carite A- -11W
#4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291 and *165 Wet 13th s8tret 10.0 M AI.t lWB tw i
Morrison's Agendcia lterioil de PubiMcaKiom Prepasii,, $A t Minimum for it -irt4 .
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MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE FOR SALE _RIQRTS. ,UMMERCIAL &
b .ve d.kig prelemAutomobiles Household Sam buoch- PROFESSIONAL
*Wrt "s Mbealls Service Perisonel and CMivln FOR SALE: Mahogany bed with gto, tmi velIerates. rlepwane
W l An. Government Employms Simmons mattress, white night 6-441) I r, 4.-p 6 Pedro Mi- Protect )our home
DR. WENDEHAKE medical cln.c. Imist n table, $125, baby-stroller, $5.00 P. y -
Estudiante street No. 140. between Govenmnt Employee Finance C. high chair., $3.00. dishes, cooking a~ h the danger of mosque
"J" and "K" Street. Phone 2- When you finance your new utensils and flower pots $25 liv- Phi a nta and flies with
3479 or sd car. ingroom suite, $200. Phone 3-. it n. a e. Phone
AGINcy SE LmunE oI 3090. ___ __ a-.&, t.il 3m1673. REMOVABLE ALUMINUM
FOR SALE MN.. Aris i. i- R SALE:-3 months old 13 c. F 5 hLt: SCREEN FRAMESh at
MPhone 2-4984 2-498 f ft. Serve refrigerator AC-DC. 25 Gd1 9 a tubmond Santo Ca- SCREEN FRAMES
Mieaeos FOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth, Com- or aU cycle, gas or kerosene., ,. For IfnMt lntl visit or pho Note these moneandworkV C A
FOR SALE--We have a few Thorl bridge. Excellent condition. 14,000 House R 17 E Rousseau. Tel. 25- D0,mr. Tivoli Avenue No. 6. 2- Nlethese aving ey and work C oUIfTxas, 4.y
25 cycle automoltc washers at re- miles. radio, etc. Phone Curundu, 33-. 017- Par E 1. 30% to 40% cheaper than that city and the a m

changer, 25 or 60 cycles, t Cs 12 nd 1 30 5.* room set of twin beds chffonier -v rt u ihe and keepn lob.
duced prices. Mueblerla Casa Spar- 6 3-6141. iR SALE.-? ft. 60 cycle,ren.. .er-a. hteoCT
ton. Central 223. Tel. 2-4591. FOR SALE: 1951 Morris Minor ouror almost ncw, 3 1-2 year guar- oE t Can bme removedr rotr bo- U .
brnch t No 56 B Avenue n- conve SALE: run486000 Buick convles sell antee C$150bol. Teleone ran3-2878. c B,~ 1 h placed in a few seconds. II Ol fte'

FOR SALE -Do not pay more than o in excellent con* _,. 3ALE:=T-s1,ing benwithmat- and8623pho. oro4 pouny plae an aiierViM:ad
644.55 net, for your new RC-80 highest offer. Cash only Phone 3- a-3ma 46puwic,ghnamh. .At makesTto iFo rt, en Tit le Bl'reAU.The;rd


FOR SALE: Zenith rado, record with alO l accessories. Can be fNnan- tress, $12.00 each. One ice o fraction of uual cot. .
amspeed automat in n w excellentwconditionu L- 4ALE "singlebeNedwCitembo- TetuI. n Coo.ScreeneasilytreplacedatTyoo.SIAE:t3rmsnlThihmt1.fat
player, cobra-mric arm. 1 Lionel ed. Phone 83-5110. $20.00. dresser $15.00. Side- n 2 Admits more air and light.
330-8. Pedro Miguel. Hydroamtic, radio, good condition, mattress 1200. Codspol refri- No. 27. 4G Street, Be EO. F. NOVEY, INC. Leaves For W ashingto V a
Telephone 2-4225. House 750-A, gerator, no gas, $30.00. 5723-D, FaA A It4T ..i
Fresh picked strawberries, flown from Balboa Road, d ioble St., L iablo Hgts. FOd wiENT:-An apartment with- 279 Central A ve .
Boquete. again going on sale FOR SALE: Barta.n 1941 Ford Lr e.0. B rgie out furniture. House No. 20, 13th Tel. 3-014o CHARLESTON, S.C., Be ..1 tLi Jo-e, 8-year- ld a
Panama Canal Commissaries and FOR SALE: bodyrgan 1941 Ford Per -2 x 8 1-2 one Underwood prt- S San Francisco. Calf Balboa 2- (UP) The troplol storm w ch Jones stepped ot toen m
the mare popular market places, motor end body overhauled. Per- 1-2 x 8 1-2, one Underwood port- 1464. ,'hr
the more popular market places.fact condition, $250.00. "B" Ave able typewriter, two large Chi-. ___*_____________ __ Bl hl *ed tw o this area with burri- wire and was electrocuted .Sr
Much cheaper than before pro- Excesior Shon Shop. Panama. nese vases, 8 blue slip covers. PANAMA BROKERS. INC: cane force yesterday whirled ff Amateur radio mrwae- t2
duced in Boquete, Panama, by E ce House 90-A, 6th. St. New Cris- r G [ L Hotel Vl Pmasmi towards the Washington area to- Walterbro with twiro o biJ
Rubio. FOR SALE:-Packard 1942, 4 door tobol, phone 3-1794 after 6 p.- U1LLING: Prani a Ptestal day, leaving cloggd roads and moving slowly eer ast A
FOR SALE: Singer electric ma- sedan, duty paid, $350.00. Good m. Iroductsa, pSmara 2? Ins I alk1 ng ln path actolia d with limbs and tileu I tiwr ml
chine. La Boca 1006. Apt. F. condition, owner leaving, Paraiso.- 10 r anc Cod ut. %e a a C ri Viiia .
C. Z. 103 apartment H. Tel. 4- FR SALE. Dhngroom sets 4 Co erA .r
machine. wringer. 103-C New Cris- FR SALE:-Usd tires, passenger table. Sideboard with mirror, me- Present A Musiele next 5uAd&" re, 8-4719 8.100 bled Low country eaterday, con- linen could be restored.

An. Posion Oierr Rockwel O Club, Re. 4n CoA. a ili d communllae wer e age Wrt adone bya. thi etwen 1ea .
WANTED:-Service man and wife WANTED:-Young man, bilingual, oart & etHamleto Mrs. Clemeta V ws L a ( om ose a nword termed through l Ave. r
looking for furnished apartment. for general work in store and to Oatt Otord martin, Mrs. Olgai Thorpea e wIl enS patche dScommunications thW eere f w
No children. Call A 2c Gene So- makedeliveries. Must have drivers FOR SALE:-18' speedboat in pe7- a en er C: i
aANTED:r-DihIel motor boat, m. "new opointment. Central Avenue-a Twelve egri o families, co- '"
S- rDouPsie lio Aff ck Wifes 4 Po..s
abiv fishing cutter with refrigera- l trh PMt*d u ntr y a lIcshis on Inc.
tion. A ppilv A V.. North Avenue oomraer i Chod of our ch, It ,,I r wfnocd1 d ;v 4,
o No 15 apartment NO). 5..le Wlr No 2, eal beeof-eap. No. 26 Eas 3h1 Street, ttda,^ S1 )t trad as the a Pi s Weh la*% of
; WANTED:N- ATErican caupha. No a """oprs AF Ser eeIant aat2n e U 1 M wers aw
children. Need.P fumnis he .. P sin od wthae rl l Btt i Waa9itt. O. Mt Wl
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By MURRAY OLDERMAN
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NEW YORK, Sept. 1 (NEA) Where are the West
Point cribbers?
The morass of scandals and expulsion into which 90
hapless cadets were dragged is more than a year old.
Time has cushioned the first shocks of indignation.
They still have the rigid honor code at West Point.
They still play football there.
If a recent facetious release from Vanderbilt is to
be believed, it promises to be better than the hollow
brand of 1951, to wit:
"Regular linebacker Bob Farris, who last year was
the best sophomore lineman at Vanderbilt in the past
decade, has transferred to the U.S. Military Academy aj
a part of the rebuilding program for Army's team."
But what of the ex-cadets, the boys branded as crib-
bers and dismissed en masse in the Aug. 3, 1951, unheav-
ol? What of 38 of them who were to have been the finest
footbell team in the land last year?


Thlt Fall many become eli-
gible to play football again, on
campusba as diverse as William
Jewell and Villanova. as far
fhmg as Sy'racue and Houston.
NEA has paluetaklnglv fer-
reted oat thetkr stories of the
last 12 meats, their desper-
are rambdlaa to continue
eqlefe edueattons, their at-
tempts to forget the nifht-
mare of ruaned plans that en-
imlted hem and altered their
t1"s.
They remain sharply aware of
the public glare, and sometimes
atigma, thrubt upon them.
"It you happen to see Col.
Black," said Jack Erickson, a
tackle from Sr. Charles. Ill., who
migrated to Iowa State. "tell
him I remember what he sold
about going to another school
and showing the people what
re&a mtea were."
Resetment


"Tm not ashamed of bleng
one of the famous, or should
I Innfannos 90," said Gene
Mpel of $aeramet., Calif.,
who will play left half for
Vlameva. 4q do feel some re-
ft"m at tow"td t adet s


who lied to remain In the
Academy and to the many
guilty ones disregarded by the
officials during the crtbbing
Investigations."
Bitterness lingers over what
Erickson calls the "incorrect
and unfair manner in which
the investigation was handled."
As of last Spring, 22 boys had
not returned to their home
towns.
Vie Pollock, a 28-year-old
half-back with pier air corps
service as a gunner over I20-
rope, with 75 missions, the Air
Medal and three clusters, me-
reosely washed his hands of col-
lege football with his dismissal.
Phony Rah-Rah


malalby t a tmen
sosolh betCe We t rat,
ignored by then afterward.


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TWENTT-AVmENTkTA #AN
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Stane month. ft a
retain to a
SImSa*id mv a
pWh afjordt f. To as w if
t itaM =" tam 1 mab
Seula, I seeks. rd 4: to
Durmi the past year he work-
ed in tht drafting department
of Betheehem Stel, and tA
pat June he W married,
"Lwih wu tmotW than I cou
to t Wet Pint," quipped Ve.
In the' S ei, *fuSA at
Olean, N. Y., the l74-pouader
maae an early Imprs Mo fta
quick-itarting halfbek With
iou of savvy.
The oribbling seacall o
preafet MsipS*taeac
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At Wet Point he V8 t
Sglaer eftntvwe tackle. M tam
Spleted his ubnhograduagwIog


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But 35 of tl r team rates eF.-
rolled in other ebook last Fall.


Pollock will pfay pro football
with the Pittabrugh Steelew. So
will fabulous fullback AI Peol
lard, rejolning the Vdlahalitta
Eagleia.


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: s stampede of recruiters
acitedw after the Wt Point
tWbga scandal threw 8 gla-
iatar o o the one muscle
lUast never mateatUsed.
W M that there weren't nib-
=[ m.Oe Southern university
0kaf let It be bown to a
4a1LM few that $10 a month
l -5 0 2expensee acidted them
mkl Wt the MaMI *leonU line.
a pabety abde most
ai _Shenla j bein their Ivy.
/ Mfc apte, o aching
em ear as m Meek of
eaAn State sad S. B. Whit-
Wt:'er Oklaboma A.t*L ran
up distance phone bills.
ngs State bagged five
p later t three of
% 1 >gd the AggNes bMtted a
roupleRN


NOW... Years


...But No increase

IN PRICE


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Canadiap Whisky even more now
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bfg SchooL The hmer of
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do not defend what We did as
morally right, but if I had it to
do bfer aga1n I don't oe how I
could have avoided the cribbing
OM-ilt was ao wrealent It-
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