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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: 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00032
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S31 (NEA) The "Land ver serves many other purpos-
r" a variant of the Amer- es besides farming. It is an-. m-
!jeep can almost climb a portatit part of Britain's export
and Is carrying a yeo- drive and defense program. ,
load in helping to sup- fome 400 Land Rovers a week
Sthe British economy and are now coming off the assem-
SPgrams. bly lUne. About 80 per cent are
y heavier than a con- going overseas at $1400 each.
omonal jeep, but otherwise Those which don't go abroad
r, the Land Rover are being sn up by the
produced in ail Army and Roy Air roce,
titles In 1948 and was aim- which mearfs that the average
,to meet the needs of the Briton who wants to buy one
eter. for his personal ie now faces
r did the job a4Ilriably, be- a two.year .wptM g period.
ng a all-purpeae, go-any- Aboft 15 &FerW-cnt of the ma-
oere vehicle that could do :I- chinery malanLabt d Rovers is
it anything from pulling a American made, ac q ui red
*tor to running a threshing tough regular commercial
e. iel or supplied under the
rear sad center power =MmIs1 Security Program.
-offs made it a mobile Mach of the -export trade is
r unit, suitable for driving Land Rovers in its military pro-
compressors for tree or plant gram.
chaff cutters, elrcu- Alhough the size of the con-
saw and countless other trhat with the Belgian Army is
-8. described only as "considerable"
has even been used to pow- for security reasons, it is ex-
tric milking machines, pected that the entire army
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GTON, May 31 (NEA) All this meet bA Oi
etoWL millionn
s di*ler table paradox U.S. housewives never or
ko t they'd face in this dy of high Weat priOesL states
grhn ste IsIut as 'hereW ot f0 weird jumble of government
ro "top secret." price controls, $500,O0000 "potato subsidy programs, mare
n m ed onS 's pork-i lg hcoative plAm aod misjudged crop estim-
ta- w o msept-. rates, t 1( f6i No. dilemnre of housewives today: wil le
. You can get east, plenty of 4. meat supply during the first not v t
lfter years of profession- It-if you wa -to pay the part of the year to a near ie-
observatlon, Calver stru"s Price. oord high.The
it ..c i nmen are a am-i. But the lowIy to which Sales hit 5537 million poudt*. T.H IN
rdng lot" He testifies that the DopMeg:'.,.J t The amount of beef on 1e -a -l
IF work long hours and the has been H atg a bnd ket II s going to IncreUe, o, tatoes
ulant strain of being sub- even living m now until the nd of the
t to attack takes a heavy has suddenly ead under r. A P
m l ... Ithe counter. But while the pigs wen get- ma
b B watches his-teh s i fat, the potatoes were
tent controversial sgisia- ture's eTff pso
" comes up. ce mypa- raise t e It looks now as if Stay
bs are mature people carry at way until July, wmthe The
1 ,burdens .... e add_ nt shortage should be over. andU
o sley, ms.te ul t Some experts, howeve, warn potato
low my advice." (t may be worse again nest pr..
Housewives have to at at VIgtM
Ole who act Jut plain 4e crack of dawn la dYl h UR YEARS AGO surplus willt
often are physidecy sick. nr to the corner market ,.hr spds bought by U.I. under erta
says. As an sexmle he tore the meager supply of 4ma rice-support program piled Vent a
an incident e hu pone, awaiting ship ma ent to oe
d ay on' the : when he at they're likely to ~e l distilueries.
lmd In a parti ed bubi- Ip with. if they're on tim%, fto i e
,. A few tired-looking seoond'a- for their customers have to buy .ert
Ibe day a cranky Congre- l _de.r ex etra lots of non-scrace items. should
It In and Calver told Marketmen, doing thler mawr- Potato prices are controlled.
i "realIr tll. As thr L produce shopping find "ut those on produce in plenti-
et the office he; selves in a simaOar smet. l supply are not. g-a
member who A potato black aeise In treis
Soverardthelourishing. There area Qe tie-ratio Is three sacks a.
6w h Ie-saw/attig his :the-counter sales, over of ons for each sack of po- eatm
SWth the doctor.h a, and tie-in sales. toesa
on 1dng patient greeted Lg tera who wwat p tIgI Another requires the ur- year.
and lolgad . se of coconuts left over rom
& O weM i such bad la.thstmas.
mhI "s -luLl We all Jula In some places restaurant.
Z naturally oA had been absorbingta
Ot market prices, without
Vo M7 of that uo.- thM o 5ng menu prices, have stop-.
a mt Crankyc- P serving potatoes.
ONIm have put them on the
AtI]&k*arte list.
i ofl. Office of Price ntabili.
trr :has put potato detectives
I. uWk to fight the black mar-

ts "known ex- aS~ against 50 of the coun-
y Psm SPUD OO emse m slomw big wholesale Vroduce out-
about 0 in IMnG M aOg SUM, 81d --
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and mu be expected to Wreak
widesploa havc c fting mil-
lans of doUss before their
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*A. re are some of the first pictures released of the interior of
tr.i now completely renovated White House, made since Presi-
t Truman and his family moved back in from their tem-
_.;Cwry quarters in Blair House. Above is the "new look" of
. famous Green Room, so called from Its green and gold de-
.ltive scheme. Dominating the new furnishings Is the great
of the President, of the United States In the specially
n rug. Below, top. is the "something new" that has been
|d to the White House. It is the spacious, window-walled
*rii.lrium installed on the top floor. At bottom. is the Presi-
t's second floor study. The portrait of his mother, on the
.,' T wall, and the piano, at the near side of the fireplace,
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The tr "tragic" is one that's o&lW. in aonh
with ovrwe ht. It's no exaggeration. sharing .
seven-day dit and my diet secrets with I peat fret
I have been overwelht, very uch .
problem was a definite handicap my
was tragic It began in my teens, Wt
impossible for me to gel rid of the o-f tt." ,
I was just beginning my stage My moW
and movie career and those ex- way in a
tra p wunds Were proving stumb- my f
hng blocks It the path to every- and at bave
thing I wanted. Casting direc- as much pSu. ds.
tors took one look at me and my h I a 1
turned awa,.. bone
"h has a pretty face," they I weutS 10S
would a, e's much too today
fat." Thei,. %rilrtttQ me, they turned tX tb
would ask, Why dbn't you try tton. Thi ei
reducing?", to many M who ae
Why, indeed! I had tried. I
had tried everything. I had It does a V a n that If,
terally starved. myself fo r have It, fub wouldd just
weeks to tr to f l down. drink tMI t do i
I'd go wfthoutltod in order mean i (l yo, you
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S. : 'we been so busy. we're the real'jagr wbi
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gamdmother used to to the poiSittlngtt*
M s a little girl: have all th"e!
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verwght l vI tleIS more rm. Coffee br Tea Mt I cup)
hn, +fth pt'Ut< ow >. . A"'?o fl&St n --- ma_
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RavrMus AID One fn Sk39 Milk (blZ() Cotfee mor a.
President Truman adoptee i .. tm e Ln
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redeslened Pr et l, on Ltsr twed
Oct. ,. 1945. Up to at time, (El S- a.sichM) .(% cup)
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on the seal had b ee turned r- k io T-h Cu ,kIm Milk
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#55 West Liti Street 10.OM Melasdes Ave. 'e l ...g;.7,.

Agencia Internacional de PusS.icdOges Propaganda, S.A. a um for I Z words.
*3 Lottery Plaa Phone 2-0 r re t nd o tn ,''ch additional word.
~thons 22214 a'ndr

.tISlmmons crib and mat-
filk new. 476-C, Cocoli.
iP 4 -2218.e-
El:-7 cu. ft. Frigidaire 2-
Mld, 60 cycle, $15000. Also
fMjPhafr, excellent condition, $5.-
P. Fort Gulick 88-236.

S tables. See at Apartment
h St. No. 34 between I and
)m. daily.
JLE---G. E. table model radio.
condition. Phone Cristobol

14 : Working couple, no
n. no pets. desires vocation
waares for three or four months
LM 5-2343

'Help Wanted
)D:-Meid. Must live in Ap-
.traowford. No 18, J St. Pan-

I Engineering-Corrective Ad-
IWrnt Of The Body Structure.
D. lhrb Jr. No I1. 7th
MCEI. 2-3833 8 a. m. 8 p.

,Instfructions in practical and
pIegf plano playing given Zer
041t. Tel. 2-1282. Juan B.
;No. 9.
L To Sponsor

to of Columbus, wUl

it. I and 6.
kif ta for the grel I

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Phone 3-4984 5

FOR SALE:-1951 Nash Sdp,. BJe-
baln, must sell. Call Balboa 6314
or write Box 152. Ancon.
FOR SALE: 1941 Packard. Dity
Free. '1300. Can be seen at Elias
Garog. Juan B. Sosa St. Telephone
2- I 9 5, Penomb ,
Will soci.Ae equity in 1948 Huds&o
Uke new, new tires, low milefte.'
can be financed. Call 87-4290
evenings, ofter 6:00 p. m.
FOR SALE--1950 Pont.ac Hydra-
matte. Low mileage, price. $1,.
600.00. Can be financed. For in-
formation call Fort Kobbe 3278.
For your car:-Leatherette Celluloid
face vehicle registration card hold-
ers COLON MOTORS, Inc. IDodge-
DeSoto, Panama Colon.

Real Estate
FOR SALE:-Country Home in Chor-
rra. For Information telephone 2-
2814, Panama, 9 a. m. to 12 noon
and 2 p. m. to 7 p m
FOR SALE: Two choice lots No.
498 and No. 499 at reasonable
price, in Los Cumbres Party leav-
Ing for States. Phone Balboa 2-

FOR SALE: Modern apartment
house. Good location for business.
modern fixtures. Also large Bakery.
For Information 9th Street No.
2612, Rio Abajo.

FOR SALE:-33 hectMres firm and
cattle land, Code Rep. of Pan-
ama,. Bargain. Leaving country. L.
Davis. Phone Cristobal 3-2934.

ttirS OPfiL. TO
V N* ar il.MSIfa.i g w .-
A local Trinister report& that
one of his New Hampshire Re,'
ll an ekgA Innches In length
an seven itches in circumnfer-
ainisa 'fThe umwetched hal*- &.

IS &^ ?e ii^ 'l^*^ Gramlich's -tht Clarit a PtwOFESSIONAL 2
D l cottages. kw"t ice -aboxe -t' |
20m1 staves, dte rates.0 TOLD VOU SO I
6-441 Gas*!,

'O ft SALE:-. I N'e 1ec-
trle, inabe .. Pon-
k aoneo, ,'9 o. mr aind 2
FM SALE.-' movie Camera.
16 Inm. Has' s. Also Ciro-
Flat 2 1-4 *-Z 4- 3:5 itnse
Complete dark equipmentt. All
abovt tike Iw .'; bno mandolin
wirh.i-"' head.,L, 6 Shwoqi s St
Apt. Ot sfb t Inh-badop-
bosire bkIW-o C4 Club.
FOR SAi:-194 od Station Wa-
gon, 1949 Harley Davidson Mo-
torcycle; maple furniture; clothes
hamper; 25 cycle motor for wash-
ing machine; ladies coat, size 18,
361-A, Kobbe.

Spend your i ay wedu
ao the HOt% VOfvMI.CAND i.
COOL WAU Li Volte.

Phillips. Oce ns cottb-es, SelWi
Clara. Box :,45,. halboa. Ph
Ponama 3-1877. Cofltobal 3-167g
Foster's turnh ttteshelf MI
beyond Sant ^laIorG. Gem refSnit.
ators. ranghl Iptalol rates weeji'.
ly or mona4 private road
tecch. For lnflnt ation visit D0
mar, Tivoli Atienu No. 6. or phbe
Panama 2-0170.

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Modem turnhm talWuWAnihed eopof-
ments. Maid .a otenel. Cs
tact office 01W l se Strt.

FOR SALE: Royal portable type- Crihtobal. telfl!Nit l36 Colon. .
writer, like new. Tel. Balboa 1695 FOR RENT- tfn quarters, tw
FOR SALE-Several pieces good lug- bedroom duplbx; .. available June
gage ;one Webste. 3 speed re- 13 to SepteMdl '22. Tel. 6-202.,
cora *)aye used Wly three week' '
House 2321-B, Curundu. Phone I Sa '
PADw3285. RUTH MILLt Says
FOR SALE:-New Martin Outboard
motor, 7 I-2 horsepower. Nev | "-1
6 70-15 tire and tube. National RUTH MILLlt ..We .. ........
173 Radio. Purv.s, 8029-C, Mar- A farm wile writes me: "I am
gara.___ a wife and mother of three of the
FOR SALE.-3 Fish aquarium, I Bet-'sweetest chilfren-in the world. I
to Breeder aquarium with tropical have a good hbftald and I love
fish. Ciningroom table, buffet. Ihim.
chiffonier, radio and record play-
er, metal library desk. buffet tub "During the fl* year we weri
cover, typewriter, orange luicer, married, if he Ift home to be1
Misc. household .items. House gone all da h Ie. w lid kiss Sie
754-A, Balboa Road, Balboa. goodbye. 14o Ve doess that,
FOR SALE --Golf bag, 2 woods, 4 or speak of his love. I desper-
irons, $8 for all. Sn los deedle- tely need to have him show me
point squares Phone alDboa 2798. ome affection. in au mall

FOR SALE: Opportunity. Shrimp
fishing boat. Perfect condition.
Caterpillar diesel engine, reason-
ably priced. For details Tel. Pan-
ama 1374.
Mother. . does your child walk
with ease and grae? If not, thelf
hbi shots may -e 't fmuftl JuIqpa
I4i-Jacks ore ieciilly 4ignmd to
help youngster walk correctly.
prevent foot deftets In later
Buy Jumping-Jacks for your c
today at 5AfAl. t n

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14 Years in Nattl f Il I
Written for NBA Uer-l
QUESTION: What is one i
Ue most important rules lt. SA
Wtp o remember? .
,Aill!e: He should 1m 1 I
Okift t6 see every pWla. t Vl
the umpire's
100 percent right,
nU set in a position to use
dearly and definitely.
Can you recall any li
e e played every position la
l1- league game? .

Al. I can remember twi
oatd Fred Fitselnmongs a4
in Ys ]n, of Port Jefrpo LL., Fz. ";
0= as1ertum 41 *qstt Whatis the alSUt "54 r.
,,~ .,,. n~1dd~d c~e ~ WE OM U bases on ballssIna dw
so'waispe asn mauactured by CxrodeOM bae on balk n a
Sand Js b.iq lteod under military coniract. I am C0112 & bhe Athletic' Max
0- Rpa ussgae p er .O two Sk sin Uh t I ShW 60s 0 Se drew eight free
In a double-header, asn a -

1 What is the best Ill
ball park in thehbigeI
A.Tankee StadiumforL
fiw held thisnboaw.
U bees replamS

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the house or copies home after"
being gone all day..
"The few times I have tried to
let him know how I feel he made
me feel like a fool letfor asking
Ia -Show of afifeti. .

tb do so ismy problem."
printing that wife'si letter
hope that a lot of men
who regard themselves proudly
Ws the strong, alsilent type will
d it. .

' POr it speaks for evet woman
who loves a man and l hurt and
ilbuffed by his unwillingness to
p his love In the small ways
that are important to. a wOman.
.As this wife points out, it is
liid for a woman to tell the man
del loves that shi wishes he were
ilare affectionate. That would
nly make them both selfl-on-
tat is why I am hoping a lot
at husbands will read the letter
ptlted above and take the hint
thra own wives may not feel able
fivWe them.
$ you've quit kissing your wife
dte when you leave la the
arming and again when you
abelome at night; If you've all
-itt itigotten the pet names you
WStil call her; if you never
Sbhbr an unexpected kiss
wle he la busy at her house-
aL Gor tak. the trouble to tell
Wr pretty she looks, you are
t your wife.
J.U probably never tell you
Sthat is what makes it a
rit agedy.

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,W you what a wonderful
h iticide CHLORDANE Is
In the April issue.
(111 the Killer in Real Kill)
ity it in the agricultural
trade for your farm
or garden.
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YORK, May 3
eo by the five-hit
the Red Sox 7-3
gained a half-gam
who were rain
place Senators
J oit-Washinnton

and Capt., Jerry
~ewae a second
ir bike from one to
opeting in Indian.-
race. in-
WOR the event, coyv-
e 80-mile course in

a .

sg n lmeae

Wsb lam i", had stated
e wever W ld4 to return
m uis4or leagues 'aa .s
6ms burut-nto tears w
le4diwd the news by tele-
e Wht biA job as manager
ied. After recovering ass
IVe, Rolmues smiled sed
"Mhat is bauelba."
in Pei .ni ua n Ad hn. .nh *

,BURY, Conn.. (UP)--
as blamed for a lire
used s~lght damage to
nment. Rays of the sun
nified by a water-filled

hs On A.L. 7&

ians Idle --R
1. (UP) The White Nationd -Legue
hurling of Mary Grissom,
in Boston as the Chicago TEAMS- Wn ost Pet.
S: New York I 10 .730
ne on the league leading Brooklyn. .. .. 10 .122
d out in New York, and Chicago .... .50
pending the outcome of Philadelphia .... i 20. A
St. Louis........ 5 3 .450
night game. Boston ........ 2 .n71
Pittaburgh...... 10 38 .262
Besides the Indians-Yankees ,Night Games Not l eluded.
game, the Reds wree rained out .
at Chicago in the National TODAY0 J
League. Philadelphia at gh (2).
Only two games were played in Brooklyn at
the Majori. One in each league. New York at St. (2). 1
In the other contest the Pirat.?s Boston at CinkWM. (2).
again surprised by whipping the YESTER-AY'' IB-lTS
Phillies 5-3. YESTERDATh002 1LTS
While Grissom was limiting the Philadelohia,00200 190-3 4 2J
Bostonians to five hits. the White Pittsburgh 000e031o0x-5 10 1
Box pounded out an even doz.n Possehl. Kont*at (6), Han-
safeties Including four singles by sen 171, Ridzlk (8) tad Burgess;
Chico Carrasquel. two homers by Muir. Main (6) s Oaragiola.2
Sam Mele and a double and two HR-Jones (3rd), Kiner (7th).
singles by. qelson Fox. I`ena -h The tohre Red Box runs were Cincinnati at Chicago
the result of a double by Fred (Called in the second inning on
Hatfleld. a single by losing pitch- account of rain.)
er Rae Sarborough and a homer (Only Games Scheduled.)
by Walt Dropo.
Pitchers Joe Muir and Forrest *
Main of the Pirates teamed up
and held the Phils to four hits as mericWa League
the Pirates won their fourth L u
game in their last seven contests TEAMS- Won Lost Pet.
-their best average for any w,'ek Cleveland ...... .5 17 .595
this season. Boston ........ 22 17 .564
Ralph Kiner contributed to the *Washington .... 21 17 .553
victory with his sixth homer of Chicago.. .. .. .. 19 .537
the season. Muir was relieved by New York .... .. 18 17 .514
Main in the fifth wh.an the Phils -St. Louis ...... 2 24 .455
scored their three runs but gain- *Phfladelhbia .. 15 19 .441
ed credit for the win. Muir gave *Detroit.... .. .. 12 55 .324
up only two hits a single by -
Connie lyan followed by a Wll- TODAY'S GAlIS
lie Jones homer. Main. hurling Cleveland at New Iork.
the last four innings, also gave Chicago at Boston.
Up two ifteties. St. Louis at Phlafblphia.
The Wtrowns play the Athletics Detroit at Washington.
at Philadelphia and the Tigers e RAS LTS
tackle the Senators at Washing- hicESTRDAY0001051- 2 T
ton in night games. g o o 105 010-7 12 0
ton in night games. Boston 000 020 100-3 5 1
Grissom and Lollar; Scarbor-
ongh, Oumpert (6), DeLock (61,
Wight (6) and Wilber. HR-Mele
(4th and 6:th), oo (7th).
Cleteland at New York
(Postponed, Inclement Weather)
St. Louis at Phbadelphla
(Night Game)

1--Golden 'lap $8.60, $240 $2.20
2--Golden Pick $2.20, $2.2.
3-Don Pitin $2.20.
1--Goden Babe$4.60, $ 2.40.
2--Arqulmedes 6.25.
PirsDoubles: (Golden T&p-
Golden 3 Gc) $13.40.
1 l $280, $2.20.

1--Calonro $6.80. $3.40, $8.40.
2-Diez de Mayo $6.80, $6.20.
3-Campesino $4.60.
la: (Calongo-Dies de
1 4uo $8.20, $3.20.
2--Rgoadmaster $2.80.
Iiscalito $5 40 $2GB .
The Dauber 82.60, 6 .
Melda $2.20,
-beat for
-Zlbrlecano $2.40. $2
ors *Phlox $2.40, $2.40, $2. 4.
his PIt Pois $2.60, $3.20, .
,by n dead-heat for >1
G tDoubles: (Mal
no) $7.60: ('MAl
lk/ 5$6to 40; (Mariscallto-
eh Fox $2.80 8$20, $2.20. I
.Jigator ~2.20, $2.00.e
4 : (Welsh Foz-! tal

3.-Vampiresa $2.20, $2.20.
3-Miss Cristina $2.20.
One-Two: (Golden Time(e)-
-DianTa $2.60, $2.20.

1-Marsellesa $2.20, $2.20.


aO anId Umnder--

rain wei
events o
nlr r

and Unde.r-

12 and Under-

In the I&
touch out
Bat I
from boenin.
put on a
event in 2
In the Jia
Arline aS
honors to
Elks Trhi r
ling time

frees Mie
Connor i le
when he ass l
the Junior and
Junior es itntl
of the lar l of di
seen at the Itpot in
cent years m thee 5 r
with their perfo
ances. The WasO won
Kenneth 1
All distance r meterss.
50 FS. WSaq: nS.L
2. Scheidegt.'
3. Jensen.
50 FS. Men-Ttme: M.4.
1. Burset.
2. Wanner.
3. Paul.
20 FS. Girl 1 taSt Under-
Time: 14.4.
1. Burglend.
2. McConagbW.

6aou PhVimffld

Vacam Piqan

The varied vacatiot teoreatin
program to'be gtrB Gatun,
sponsored t Div"on of
ohools, P ahy" t

and the factor of getting
with fellow students.
Monday. Jule 9 will be regis-
tration day for all gymnasium.
Vlayground and nswitnmg pool
8:00 a.m.-Monday. Tuesday,
Thursday -.. Archery Ord Grade
& Over. Story Hour & Games.
1:00 am.-Friday Basket-
ball League Games
9:00 a.m.-Monday, Tuesday,
'hiarsday Archery "Tben-age"
Bays & Girls.
19:00 a.m.-Monday, Wednes-
day Basketball Class D. & E.
Tuesday. Thursday Track &ft
ed Boys & Girls.
11:00 a.m.-Monday, Tuesday
.- Tumbling Boys b Girls -
Wrestling Boys. Wednesday,
Ihreday Organiel Games.
1:0 p.m.-Morndy, Wednes-
NO M dY Volleyball aO"f
VoerSday, Thursday o-
men's Volleybal.
2:30 p.m.-Monday Wednes-
SFrday Basktbll Class
4:00 pmn.-Monday, Wednes-
RO, Tti BattlebMll, 3 Base
or ckball. Tuesday, Thurs-
y uprvised Play.
7:00 p.mn.-Tuesday, Thursday
-Adultt Basketball.
*:00 am.-Wednesday, Friday
- Ki4Orgarten Age Children.
10:00 0Jn.-Wednesday, Thurs-
ayilJday Beginners 6 yrs.

1100 m -Wednesday, Thurs-
1, .Prlday Interne d i a t e,
614wTra, *Lifesaving.
1:N. mn.-Wednesday, Thurs-
lay, FVluy Recreat ional

8MaJ.-Saturday. BSuday -
ohwim tn q.

c l&.ren who have successfuly
and preant water 'a-
49 In.eg 4 i a RsbmM en y wDI be
free for recreational
Wedneaty through
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Lt OWlN l12 and Under-
Lmie: SI.

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abcDBos s12 and Under-
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mn Henry 1.O sleted Awrdt

miten fedt and Bob Comr

Ota.fm lM 50.10, tand 2om0

peter free champion of the
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motors Zakevents.
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record It-WinG 42.8r se. wasn
set, i 1 Marny Dryden.

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RJBUNSWICK. Ga, May 31 "Let r people know h. t n. nr t foi,
P- police fire cut down a
B refoot youth in a South Geor- FrWENTT-SEVENT TYEAR Aft~AMA, R. P., SBUM)A,
K. cypress swamp today, clim-
-Ing a bo-mile auto chase'
^ 'ilched of by an attempt to
Wal a lane at an airport here.
ithi a stomach wound, theyouth O f
e his name as Jim Dowdy, 18.' "s
Everett, Mass.. and said he
had just wanted to "borrow a
-atne Lo take a little ride." To
I yhe d added, was his 19th, P u re
WinnB ake r. 15. son of the
manager of the Brunswick air
park. and a companion, Joe Tay-, WASHINGTON. May31 (UP)- little," a Naahvile, TI., wom-i A
por, said they stopped at the air- The prohibitionists hope to cap- an told Gathns. "A big part of "I I
S rt late last night to check up. talize on the impending House them (progr ) are repulsive bo6t..
SThey saw a four-place plane be- investigation of radio and tele- and d lguA.N ," for boft
ftig rolled out of a hangar by e vision morality to impose curbs An Autin, Tex., man urged whe li
p hadowv figure. Ion the liquor industry, it was re- Gathins to ""place a censorship on so
As they approached. the boysvealed today. misgided O who are pro- l
said. two shots zipped over their, Since th.i Inqulr was project- moinag filahI the expense of g4ted
h heads ran the Women's rila e tian Tem- the N.tuat ...r .. ea.1 ." e .
nh roned vnn t County ,perance Union h.A registeredA. its le. M .l I It lll t wo li
sand t ephone on strong complaints aboy beer and girlish. n1 two oy's wrote that wrote
volicer. wine advertising on the air. and low rant dret are embarrass- grada t
Officers of three counties set wants to be heard. ing for family SWup to watch.' and as
S roedblocksastandhesloespie I addition, Re. Joseph R. Chur worked sald th would The am the
lane thier left the area in a Bryson IDS.C.) h reporter su t code. "where actresses logue wc,
I astcar and headed north he hopes the nvesatn willhav ae neckline and "C d Sailu
Near Micway, 50 miles up the point pa need r his bill to t- pWtthem tn wearing out- Claaus bne'e ChtltbAb
Savannah road. the youth ran law rrs adverk ha re leatsr preand "" *
into a roadblock nterstatelcon whher ., man wrote heCt, dear. -
Snewspapers. hgazines or over theaK i mrder sto- "Child thes stork 'bf
He Rol o0t of his car and took radio and telev ion. S *ee Si S re the all the
to the swamp. A group of depu-1 Bryson saRI t has tried un- M t t crime t
Sties and state troopers gave successfully for IN years to get A; Aige to o them at "chld ben whaA
Chase, us) unshi action qn his measure but onpeD aMy h" Tor
Sthev had brought with them. has e nabe even to obtain a Iaddy h r
SThe you. ired at them sev- hearing
volver.he officers said, andWas The TV adote investigating w W tt
h etbytheiuncoei-.e h eto Win Ro Estate
hit b their return subcommittee, headed by Rep.
fh teen-ger who was ceived many complaints abut eca s M other
pants and no shoes. liquor advertigers and programs
Dowdy hdd no identification which show drinking. o-
papers on himn but he said he Some have been particularly -
was a saior on leave from the bitter about well-dressed young ROME, May 31 (UP) Two Apals .today
Jacksonville naval air station, women shown drinking or carry- young princes of the former hel 4the I abd order-r
SPolice said he would be charg- ingm cocktails. Royal House of Savoy today won ed the I 1blc to py
ed with attempted burglary andl But most frequent objections to a six-year-old Cort. battle for for the tI ta I.
assault with Intent to commit radio-TV programs center on the return of a, eattirrated $3..- Well-lin N ourest
murder. 'crime shows, sex and risque In- 500,000 woith property con- estimated rinW te BA i
Snuendoes. Ats ted bv the aAptate aft- VorYTMn t1 be
Meanwhile they were attempt- Committee members are flinoh- r e abolitiontof monarchy In iban
-m. to check up on his claimed Ing at the mention of "wensor- Riy in 1946. aeet vflreg a t
,I status. shi m." auned e b "
& y said Court was won by the two sons e ert Invoved includes

so me p athopngsle the late Princess and his broth- was crowned in 100. and n-
who sponsored the investigation, The two clalmants to the pro- mando acdenos Inte north, ale
said today; "I think we have perty, once owned directly byt he a ro ty BaheyoiaIM-
.enough buaau.cracy s It is" and 9 2ng Victor Emmanuel, be- y t
that he had no idea of censorship came Italian citizens shortly ,Atla a large estate called the
b en he started his cleanup cam- after the war. renouncing their Campo, near Oat- aonthe .oat.
1Pen. German nationality, west of Rome, and numerous-
"But I dod't know what we The case revolved around Ar- other castles an estates such as
might run into a year from now," tile 13 of the Italian Constitu- at Pallanza. Valdiert and Sa8e
he replied when asked whether tion which says that all proper- in Piedmont.
he would support government ty which belonged to the Savoy
censorship ff the investigation family became the property of The former K-I Umbert.,
revealed that as the only practi-. the Italian state. second on of thate Vieto
eal solution. This article excluded all itumannel who abdletMed in
Gathings, who is expected to mer kings of Italy, their wiVs 1946 i inlas mSi gestures
A ad a second investigation Ito and their male descendants f to save the toaep "n harchy
filthy books and literature, has any claim to this property. before the retebsuim, s pre-
been swamped with letters pras- Rel5ry's lawyers plnated aft gently n Porktgal ad uses the
tng him for his double-barreledthat the Constiluttde U S t e of Count Aof swe.
m i exclude female Other Savoy property-on which
campaign. ,h ef family. a ml no value can be placed includes
He said he will turn all the ra fore that o vthe historicbe paro ced rown withud
(NEA TeIephoto) dlo-TV material over to the co legal right to the the historic Cha ronlaerown wimath
'*Mtt]DroWPAIMS--. J quest mlttee when it opens hea#ing % l g hihendmtA of S2S3 whico leane wa sma
headof m when it opens hearn descendant ee tethe Holy Roman mperor of the
eds, acting head of the Tuesday. ii of the late Mt".- West on Christmas ay 800 AD.
Q th Onunist Prarty, was "I am glad to see some on After ensty 800 AD
tested in Paris ate r Com- government is interested iF 195e the Ita Ppe Leo IM.
*a.rnint rioters ar'ed with censorship" a Barkley, l ed the vIince's- he roin of solid gold with
;hatchets and guns attacked couple wrote Oathings. dered tie Italian made from 1 taken from
p"nce in violent "anti-Rid- number of murders aud burse four- fifths f- oH olCrs.
way" detopstratlone-in which jokes as well as scanty I tro ty to the descendantkOt. priceless ;t-aure of
one riotv was klll d and 50 dresses is disgusting." Princess Mafalda. . the Savov famim to Holy
*plemen Injured. "We individual parents candle The It lin n state we S vow -l oly
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ft oedrol a t TI .widh Reso-
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Real Estate Lobby in Los An=geer
Tbg reports M the two
Tto Bethe t
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H"u-ts Cash ToB eat" S j ClerW0eawhich alones I
3 B EW PEARSON 'Dear Mr. Stoddard: "Apisting us will be vlued at
"This letter is writtenf -e Ross campaign or
WASHIWOTON, May 31.- Big half of a committee aa which managed our anti
wthousing pr-blems are cialist housing, of which houing victories in M
Q ll vote In o Angeles one of the organizing as m 1950.
Jllte, the real estate lob- "The hottest and most "We are ronfldent
ta las meho g heaven and earth fought election in recent yr team can defeat public h
to vote din a slum-clearance forecast f'or Tuesday. Ju again provided we deUliver-
P ft started inder the Taft when the high cant.. amrunn ition.
n act. -' public nouizg a ue will be "Ammuntlion in this oaptM
e lobby can .deeat the cided o'Y an electorate *moey-thousands of w 6d 15
IW Ajels program, where a "We bedtee that the pubMle W11il be needed to provide .ltti
has een sgn- turn thmaos down on thi. l madlo and television tiaoi-et 4
bS e e city jhd Federal clalit scheme-but if the ilie reot mail campaign to weg ist-
i~hclt nd where the Calt- Is to be decided against they _b-*er, a speakers burea s -,ti, -
.. the contract, tln they are your help "Undoubtedly you will ru ie t to _H
-e t of defeatin the Taft "We are about to witness a e- help 'pass the ammuantion' and
eIIothe cities. petltin of the Ohio snatouik scuttle this socialist hosat i
S Infa.t is that though race of last year In which ltbor scheme, because this has beca
tS r Ta1~af Ohiois the chief from every state in the I a major battle between private
au ri eo'sn Taft heqashig act, poured money Into the Budtttie enterprises and government ba-
Jt ~llAisemi all It "muaistlc." State 1o delaet Sentor Taft. reaueracy.
gtho compare Isbor's at. "Public housers know tht ,
.to Ij Taft hi the 1f#0 should Los Angeles vote to g- "But iet me urge you to make
..?!ni0Oto the attempt of cel its m uuhlle *otngl our contribution .l.medlt. i
hl to put across the it could start a n.. at, u t we can start,
w plan in Los An- "They by. -ot lat t5 now. This is the Itm e to witn,4u-
a IIn.B tiow. Advaeep the ae srement of veterans, cvi, Ia-
allal words, Senator Taft, campa opuriten With __- bor. and wo'en. a' s psg whi.
s the lobby, is the oy rm m, aspakers' gm means immediately m s
at lbor on one nt un iolevdala n time bs ** for staff and ca mpiJ ate-
autho..,pf social- Ig bur h anrd a new moe ta.i
Iluta spade ___ "But dollars that esmle ln sew
IaIati i rals.-j "Pr ou we are In when we must ds the aode--
ff all--kinds of peas.. s t l uIa I'I work, will b leg HIm
to Arthur ta hs o lta ine. sad came in at hlae A 'llate

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of the processional,
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orchestra. All m '
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hjavocatfon wil v ;.
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kLord to gpuardcbd fie toa
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graduation euerUcls will take killed, three dU later
on Tuesday. y will be wouan and two other
at the Nalboa Theater at woUiim &Tbe mcaQutle. r l3
P.m. the ti l lhi a1t on ll 4 .ert
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when a Wten b "m s
Behind the granite church e n In tai hibme
the sky has taken on when ito aOe the eIn e,
the t of air taM teint ,lr h I v",
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TroM mley te ~w hue; agaba't the a wal
the pigeons dip and wheel, blowing the clouds acres te -
purple, slate-gr y, mnd blue. I stars and a
and the away, and o ,i v euda
Purple, slate-blue, and grey, fain t lt
the shadow blend and shift, so that the faint glt A
the shadows load and. darken Into dark
the late December day- an aa in sence blo nms back
darkea and fade and lift, to light-
resume and fade'- chord In ttie dba noIse rood-
that swells and dies away, e4 time
a sMe Ug shakes *- a
that dies away and swells, A s9 world a
againus white dowlnant wakom tte deeper In the 'beet- f )
the birds in spiral flight theh B
go um across the stone. throbs .-heailV t gh t7h
up like the sound of bells, J Am'r e"
then, like the overtones, of new-c grasma .nd
drift downward past the stone Then s hth's we,
geonsan4 cloud and church .thec a'bad i
resolve i t.medley twardthe (3 t U AUG tQst t1b
both counterpoint and chord- cannonade
the ullen troubled s-ow as the nigh htt froel t e
clouds, moved against their and. pmi oo rdla to? w M
the church, a silent No an COOMESt
to motion. ani the birds' Its a Sr, a
nerv. .. .peggo.. o n -W ---torch '

here In this triad I and make th sotary beaver pl e M 1 alo
and motion grave and slowj from ferrylt hi sfaggots atree %Yuu
of bone and blood and brain, ULIZABIErI R WM4 rth o 1 twhe
whose tones, tho they remain jPre"tn. a iM= o i
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'Prom Arisona HI(hwaysi an.. the Mis.stppAt 4M.tr
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seeing upon the ltind 'emunary of Q Wit
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65th Antiaircraft Artillery Orou bu
have discovered that it takes a
great deal of time. initiative ad
top tooll to carve a Uvib. B
ho Astrof thungle.
Wett the ,ttlerymen
toda to the field in June I '.ea .
th Ilnitlal concern was the em-a 1 t.i
plaN of othatc wapons at the flower gardena taS
most avantageous points for the roati the o
defense of the Panama Oanar t.ca engines that
vital Installatiaon. On after-thits. bttefrls to ,,
operation was comn ietd and %aayed the
each unit was fulfilling its as- bhoues construe 4t
al sted mission was the time tak- sad eMnds.
en to improve the "open ait" lyv- TypIoWe oft.lty
Ing conditions these men faced. AAf earpeters It ta '
The quonset hits. dayrooms and or tl'y "
meas halls that exist now are A Gun On
fat cry from the.tents and Jungle at it was
; hammocks the artillerymen had out of a t. f th
S at t. beginning of the alert pe- was once used tot= enRaI*
Md r tion for the old it thaacoat
Operation Jungle Housing artillery Muns. The .ptat o ef
3f,' began an Isthmus wide search this frnret storage t it
. + .+JBr material. A piece of lumber ntr pleasant "n te-e att
f ,re. a sheet of tin there and msphere was aceomhUshed With
S ipi from some place else. com- a minulmm amnfi -~ t *
bined with nails and paint with es dollars. Dog Baftetl 1 fl-
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' proved living conditions for the the finestt ie o IstMhm in i
4 Oflup's jungleer. attractiveness.
4 i each problem presented It- r5e louaing of the- AA dstend
s el$,'tt was solved by th? ingenul- er ha been coplet, With the
ly ".d tenacity of the American t and labor Vy Al-
.IoMer. The sanitation anid wa- $hoj t e housing tM 96th
.4. 'problems were hurdled with O p ie ma t i -
S l. e aid of the Armyy h'ngin6rs. It4As to &mpwe fth.6e 0t t
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