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:
AA00010883:01606

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Zonians were mobilizing today for action
time latest legislation to cut their overseas differeptida
raise hospital costs.
The first representative of a Canel Zone
tion to be sent to WashingtoN to fight provi'_
Civil Functions Bill, H. R. 5376, which mre in|
eir interests is James Hotcher, president of
Zone Police Association. He will ave ever thk
to speak with "friends in the Senate." *
.A public meeting warspiled by the Unie%#.
U-- Association, CasOW Zone, to, meet
ft Ip at the Dieblo Clubhiose 6r thle secficp
of deciding whether a represemtativq should go
TWT Ogto immediately.
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Lovelady added. prices, revealed tha
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of emnpi e. c al work stop- about 10 per
page wt would im e Canal those at retail g
traffic, the labor mtder a- Washington, D.
talned teoay that he believed son appears n
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to employ. however, Levelady
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was received on the Isthmag to-were quick toassure the
day that consumer of p a
Section p7 tatea: ,"' d a- nothing to worry ano
available to the Canal2Ea M erementor the Pa Cana Last night the lck animal
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by aa Rei .S nhis mornar that whe
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hia A iwre imaedlatady taken Ioe1F
"w" ,_ culture mad sanitary eff tn o s.anitate the abbatoir area af
S fo e ly es ul phr-ae an event spread of the disea a
Uhy we ouneled Panama Cty and the saiy hogs.
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n result of the ,of 0.OOW Veterinary experts said
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Oi tis night between Arr .and pork that comes onto city
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THE MAIL OX MeD a m.
of the United Steelworkc o f.
0 Amerlca, CIO, takes the t
on the labor stagm u fo.
The Mail aBox e .a n ei n forum fd *,eden ae The Pomall Amer- time he heads the nerg
kin. Let n *a relived (retedully and do* handled In 0 whllly coni- committee in wage no
4laiel meiaw. with U.S. Steel Corp. '
Il y* a.lbusite I8"tr dae I-ptalbei IIt is e i*' ae-r 0e The result of these
Set day. Lt,* 9pro publhed i's H d ll i reawd determine whether thbre
Plue try o k e wt fnle" hta w epeop llfth. what amounts to
Ide esy pof lt'M wrM is l b at o e st Alm e round of U.S. wa
Thibs Swspais*isu s WEHmrab8Iy for mtef Rel ao p10alte sinee the end of Worid W
pressed inl Itten hom ree. eo Big Steel has in general set -
0 pace for this advance. The no
AN Orai LT'R -steelworkers' president think it
AiS O]P U sh- R would continue.
The base wage Ip steol-U I
Honorable Margaret Smith, nt an tr d r s In a a
Senate Office Bluia ar. 194, and another ....% M wan e- b
Washington, D. ryn February. 1947. Then
My Dear Mrs. Smith: creases of 12 cents In
cr1947. 9o2 cent s In July, 1948 a .
As a Maine voter I am writing you concerning a pVXtter of a4l t rcentas in July. 1 948 Sa
vital importance to the government employes in the aVnama O, each in December. 1950, pad
nal Zone. March. 1952.
I have never had the occasion to write a representative con- The total increase is r65.a t4 .
cerning leglslatuve, butI can se It I an actual ec alty.tfIyOln hou r to today's level of $1.43-
are to have a vigUiant awareness in what pertains to the Individ- n1,. This Is only the base. or min-
ual voter's welfare. Imum job, class-one l- l.
When you receive this the Civil Funct)ons Appropriations Bill,
pertaining to budgeting the Panama Ganal Company and Govern- The average steel wage ate-
melt organization, will possibly hve been enacted upon ia the is $2.T6 an hour. Ani tge :
House in some manner advsely, we epetl. I an Iron and Ste A jitt .
This Bill contains a Section 106, as underlined in the attach- has just released laudlL-
ed article, and pertains to a 25% differential being paid employes cathng that with lbeae
here as an Inducement for Americans to work outside the eon- fits for witranh b
tinental United States were climatic and economic and social pai vacattoas, h
conditions require a more containing, expensive and detrimental differentalas and w -
lvg status away ro normal ties. labor cost to the s dtt 610 .
In more detail this differential Is supposed to compensate for! aver"g e$2- "aubW*'
he following aspects of living and working tothe trople. Dave McDonald. the 112JAW
,(a) ) MIs o I list owb t 4 .he primary now leads the drivW "toC
4oncen=ofpr IchWldreitodryzf wMcb r, Bcar 5 Oehesereturnst T r 0
other asects art boit made. A fueuc throg pge ers, isn't as we
.4 omg t T a W 0 *st asset I 4n ob l M duil fe. prede essor, the o ,i
Xe must be set to t tates to rece coUlgi alde this ray, who was also y
tiraaing. This meamfour years o e per child for yearly the C0. B tMcoiS- .
red9Rt "tl anl traWportutn6 Wapprto-ting $5 000 will almolybe carry --
S0, doending n his choice of fields of work. ra,'s Policies. i am not particularly ~ with admira- in
(b) aylangs fft Return or &4tirement to Statse at fnd of The two first became *ssoclat tip over the grandstl ., eMU Glenn laeli
i 1m L These savAgs are pl d for buying homes aver- ed in 923 when Mc ld, t wh hiions in ca
ag well above $10,000 to enable eploy to lfve upon retire- 21, took a job as pri ~t4 aecrmt-
*gt annlUes- because rento are prohbiT. Inr many c ry to Murray. w wnid ss t that J I wall ft silly, c
homes SP balng bought on monthly payments before Pnd of sem- sltme vice sident Qf the Un1tOS a matter of fact. to be
loyluent and'while paying rents here. Reduced wages and high- Mine Worker. a war, herm is rtan i
or rental will create great hardships on thsae people.I Many peo- Murray was an understudy to mfn are suppod to do Oeerals I t
^ "onlyhre butseJ -- have becon hom-rneo-ns John Lewis. McDonJ e obs to do, and so har e n W omnd TXh
eus, and realize that buying a home either through ren or say- an un"ersudy to Mrray an c generals doing the woA&,a looser ranks, listed
ta# is practical an investment and secuty a hiv e stay with huim all through thb annoyed me some, boease takes a lot field
mental costs. No such opportunity is presented here where houm- past Soyeas, while the ste e and money to llid a ,U ad to
1h IS lp government project and rents without opportunity to buy Iorkep.were organized,theCO "y lae him shot in the pont a of his g-l
took s.,., ap nd the break cameMWs r r i a waste of taxpdY a4 nd taxpay- addt
4t m .atory.. with Lewis. e money. -.
(c) Health VaeatiUa Purposes. In many cases employes! McDonald was sec' -trea Lis 49- year old lad In uiW I a Jet:fl
have been forced to rdouce annual leave locally to avoid extra urer under Murra t e steel- he openly admits he gto much V
.pense in face of spiraling costs of living here which fluctuate workers made him e presi tas a counter- v seoem Btta
wording to cost of Canal operation rather than stateside sta dent at Atlantic City u month. r like a man who
l3rd. They have also reduced In similar manner In t lheir -r Mehr wlll. his e trn.a
14me pobl0e magl savings. When they c an i contrary m i y.h t ame n coer t
SttOW provided theapropraa o iltr b. tr ei- asot- un okeslfke A cWl n ther e
ml9e 4aver1e0emsd not no tta s ree 4I tateside agonevery ear. wa orfi ters
can't affordit. The v0 rgt n vacation is every twon oru three s1, o erouh- t t ars. pu o .ontheJ
,. Many 0cluding, myself take it every turen or fourm ye But when hl get 1aied theu of the and Ge.
er(e know iwe are hjeord al our health, but have noalternative e lks n to throw hll wlwsht .f. If I w rd
with what Is facing us. Vacations arc costy. They take betweeound-.-aga; Mm le l- &# s r IIL a- "- his Judgment,
4S3.60 and $0.0 pet d depending on site of family and where ont,
watiO.i arempct. Al o rae vcations are two months and coat ...eastlo..... .
'w o a4 g Dave McDonald Is ed the son otfcdUt toGange.-
This differential on the average employee's salary is lo Iw than .erica sf ay S.. is alt o ei ed DI a cuwe,
$1,000 per year. It Is difflault to Wenosve how be provides for father wa. s run .u of firing r ol.c -
tna upeects outlined above when the remainder of h field. IlL, for etaki. 'in .an th o _
many cases doe not cover rwals, lnswaace palments i oldKn,hits of L i *. He o t,'p in IwoL
iltcellaneoua os4 of Uivlnr tc,.Hly,.e ont .. to be paid Oven se fi? po~fLab sHn 'n^ He Mn C% O f WynIn Up S aft
sesttledIn Pattbu fa eowag o
drig a lengthy vacation sO s net .o th lOWl ou M- US rbornthere.f onaf oa Jii i
nt. ThIs In additionto the-ay rat of vacation eo e o"rs J
shown above. The 00% ut In our differential would reduce the .i ge oichrougo b he ct w d
average to $400, a mere pittan e toward inducement lot Any went Ito wsrka^t in a the i.
American to sacrifice his health, social and economic ties with took ome .nigtsheooltm ic lrs e
th States. In accounting andh l certifl-
If this removal of s0% l otu dIerilial inducement is en- cate from a school of diratlds. 1
ato, it will cut our salarle' worth how that of those stateside. eSn till likes th t* te aidf e
Without doubt it will ideaiyof to to.rettWahoime. in uaknig p r 6 ... '
I hote this is snformatve enou h ore you to make a decision di rAt tr nep t Jt neew orR .
favorable that yor will assist in rescindeag or amend- i.nt a tb using o h es' .
tne t action's detrimental fatotr, We will need every possible he t ma bove using eh .t .. .
alsitance in defeating this legilation s ince we even thought what alt. ftral.l L a-I e a. baw,- j
we are income tax payers have no reprscmntation n OonU t atgres a r ltw e S s
ot our tha n ou homeresidenc representatives such as yourself. its ed. to. h@ 0To "atdwhe- iing
Oppo.ition to the Civil Functtosl Aeproparlatne Bill's given a goo" cue.t
tlen 16 Is being provided by th.. logllatv team of the Amr-
lean Fdration of Labor and;h Ml# Yica3 lrk rdatlon Of Gov- McDonald maki his- head- ing.-
eiaient Eniployes andotn .Or46bloyds who, like myself, are writ- quarters in Pittsburgh, where the &W.
lng to their home rsiwalntatates, present wag4 negotiations arb
n n lbe-in j--ld. Butrecently the

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hea t : CIO building near the White
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187 Passengers To Sail Joseph Conklin. Jr and two chlil-
Friday For New York d,+en. Mr. and Mrs. James W.1
The Panama liner Cristobal Connors, J. Murray Corrigan. I
will sail Friday morning for New Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Curies and
York well filled with Canal em-! daughter. Mrs. Sarah A. Crane
ployes and their families. A to- and son. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
* tal of 187 passengers have been Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Mah-
booked for New York and two Ion D. Davis and two daughters,
for Port-jau-Prince, according to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Davis and
the advance passenger list an- two children, John C. Delaney.
nounced Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Nell A. Doherty I
The complete advance passen- and two children. Miss Rea Dub-
ger list for New York follows: nick. Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Eber-
Salomon Acoca, Mr. and Mrs. ,nz and five children. Mr. and
,Ross A. Aldrich and two chil- Mrs. William H. Egger and two
dren, Mr. and Mrs. -George Ale- children, and Mr. and Mrs. Gil-
man and three children, Mrs. bert C. Foster and two daugh-
Mari~ n R. Armstrong and terms.
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Mrs. Clare Galliher. Miss Sa-
H. Bailey and two children, Mr. die Garth, Mr. and Mrs Thomas
and Mrs. Marvin J. Banton and P. Gibson and two children, Mr.
daughter. Ruth Berman, Cecelia and Mrs. John J GUI and
Besenbruck, Frances Besenbruck, daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marion
Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Beving-iJ. Goodin and son. Rodger. W.
ton, Ediward Bookontis, Frances Griffith, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roy
Brannigan. John F. Brennan. A. Hall, Jr. and son. Miss Ruth
*- r. and Mrs. Donald E. Bruce Hartman. Mr. and Mrs. Will.fm
and two children, Mr. and Mrs. T. Halvosa. Jr. and two children,
Ludwig Bruckman, and Mrs. Paul Herring, Miss Barbara M.
Laurene Butler and two daugh- Hickey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles J.
ters. Holmes and two daughters. Mrs.
Mrs. Elsie Carpenter, Mr. and Ade* Holt and dauhgter, Mr.
AMrs. John A. Carr. Mr. and Mrs. iand Mrs. Roger M. Howe and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Scout N M. Hunt and four children,and
S Oc ut N efsW M iss Malvina Jackson.
Miss Barbara A. Keppler, Mr.
'William E. Kirkland and son,
Anton Pedersen Gets Francis D. Kissam. Mr. and Mrs.
Air Explorer Ace Award Murray Klipper and three chil-
Anton C. Pedersen, son of Mr. dren, Margaret C. Holenda and
and Mrs. Hans Pedersen of Gam- son, Miss Rosalie Kreb, Mias
boa, was recently awarded the Alice Leaf, Miss Anne C. Magee,
rank of isr explorer ace, it was Mr. and Mis. Samuel B. Baul-
announced by Robert C. Wors- din and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
ley. Pacific district advancement Charles G. Morency and three
chairman, Boy Scouts of Amer- children. Miss Juanj Maria Mu-
Ica. foz, Miss Margaret Murray, and
The air explorer ace award, Mj Maria del Rosarlo Nifiez.
the highest rang in Air Explor- Miss Irene Ohisen, Mrs. H. 0.
Ing, will be resented to Peder- paxson, Miss Alda Perfetta, Mrs.
sen at the next Nistrict Bridge Berta I. Quinn and two children,
of Honor to be held on June 12. Mr. and Mrs. C tcI M. Reese ad
Young Pedersen, who is cur- daughter, Miss Gloria Rinker,
tl serving as assistant ad- Miss Lillian Frances Roe, Miss
of Darien "Air Explorer Alice Rudin, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
dron 12, has. more than 10 0. Sanders, Jr. and three chil-
service -1 scouting. He dren. Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Sel-
for three years as a cub don and two children, Edward
in Pak 10 of Gamboa, W. Sheheerd, Mr. and Mrs. Jo- I
4 yards as a boy scout in seph C. Smith and two children.,
troop 10 of uMboa, and over Mis Patricia Steiner, Mr. and
fou" years as explorer jn Mrs. William J. Stevenson and
Squadron 22 of Balboa. daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Willard
Anton has spent three seasons Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy
lt Camp 1l Volcan and was se.. L, Wison Jr and three children.
fcted as a member of the Canal lf h!.tah Wirtz and daughter.
k one contingent to the second and Mis. Dornthy d. Yt and
R national jamboree which was daughter.
M ld at Valley Forge. Pa.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automobiles
FOR SALE:--6-piece Honduras mo- FOR SALE:-New 1953 Ford 2
hogny, livingroom suite. 6 months Sedan. Discount $150.00.
old. Call 87-422 Fort Davis. sell. Tel. 3-5069.
FOR SALE:--Brown mahogany din- BARGAIN -1952 Bel Air Chee
ing table two leaves and 4 choirs Sport Coupe. Two two block
to match. 20 E Locona. Tel. Navy grey, radio, W-S-W tires. 7
3496. milu, $1,700.00. Cell 82-
WATCH FOR ARMED FORCES WEEK after 4:30 p. m.
SFOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth 4
FOR SALE:-5 piece livingroom set; sedan. Radio, leather uphoh
2 coffee tables with plate glass Call Amoson. Bdilbo 2333.
tops; 1 double bed, Hollywood, -Amason. boa 2333.
with ruffle; I wicker choir; 2 FOR SALE: '51, 4 Dr. De
rockers; 1 table; 1 sandwich toast- Chevrolet, $1,490 cash. Lea
er with waffle attachment; bed upholstery. 17,000 miles. Cal
lamps; dishes; radio, misc. items; 124 between 8 a, m. and 3 p
plants. House 715-A, Prodo. Until Monday.
.0OR SALE:-25 Cycle 9 cu. ft. Frig- FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2
" idelre, 25 Cycle Bendix Economot. Sedan. Radio. Low mileage. G
'Kl.4Chen mixer. 5 green slot porch tires. Will accept first reason
* screens. Fence duplex type nouse offer. Albrook 4179.
, 0,, ,ood sow, bench and motor. Lathe, WATCH FOR ARMED FORCES W
bwenh motor. 4/o reel and 2 poles.
iAAlous household articles and elec- FOR SALE:-1947 Lincoln 5 pas
-- i-_ 1564-A Akeel aer couci e overdrive. radio


trick motors. H usO u-I-ir, 1
St. Tel. 2-3507.
7FOR SALE:-25 cycle washing i
chine; Frigidoire; clock; Oak d
ing room table and buffet; Sir
sewing machine; Misc. House
futniture. 141 1-A, Las Cru
Balboa 2-6316.
oR SALE.-U ed m ee i g
ceadhies seiea them at yer~SIN
ake SLee. ViE be~a NL. 1.
FOR-SALE:-Westinghouse 25 Cy
Refrigerator. Good condition.
Balboa 4239 or Williamson Pt
0779-1.
FOR SALE:-Hollywood bed, doud
mahogany, like new. Spring. Pi
tic covered head board. $45.
Curundu, 5232. Quarters 2150-
FOR SALE:-Square blond mahogo
diningroom table, 4 chairs, beou
ful finish $45.00. Tel. Ball
4202.

FOR SALE:-RefrIerator 1 VI ye
old 8 1-2 cu. ft. with Deep Free
House 1519-C, pr call 2-36
Sanytime. ,
FOR SALE: Guotenilo livingrc
suite; settee, 2 choirs, 2 end tab
coffee table, reasonable. 83
Balboa Road. Phone 2-3570.
iATCH FOR ARMED FORCES W
F9R SALE:-Bargains for this we
SComplete double beds $39.
single $21.00, Bamboo Bar $39.
.Birbnd new coffee tables (mode
*$19.00;. Wicker chairs $6
(China Closets $12.00, Wardro
.-$20.00, Folding choirs $4.75.
:.fas $19.00. Arm choirs $15,
:Desks $25.00, Choirs $3.00. N
tre*sses $6.00, Springs $12.00,
Stoves $55.00 and many ol
Lrains you shouldn't miss.
ash or Credit. 'We del
41 Ave. J. Fco de la Ossa 4
Automobile Row Phone 3-4'


FOR SALE:--Leaving Isthmus, fumi-
'tWrM diningroom, bedroom, ward-
robes, Kelvinator refrigerator. gas
stove, all in best condition, with
option for apartment in Bella Vis-
ta. Information 45th St. No. 7,
Apt. 15, upstairs.

VOR SALE:-Livingroom set, wicker.
; Very good condition, $35.00. China
closet, $10.00. Second St. 2028-
-B. Tel. 83-6155., Curundu.
WATCH FOR ARMED FORCES W K
frR SALE:-Philco Refrigerator, al-
v most new. Son Francisco, 14th St.
No. 22.

f FOR SALE
SBoatls & Moltor
J ALE:-Mercury 7.5 H.P. ouA-
z- board motor, used twice. Call
" after 5.00 p. m. Tel. 3-181$.
RSALE: 15 ft. cb a nicr
lith 14 H.P. Evinrude sat board
nginr i and trailer. Camplet wood
h ing machinery, ad moclains
Salor! m s 25 cyde.
3 crrwymo ~b ak. 4 door
W black with tires, radio, tinted win-
jfdowL. House 5434-B. Didao., C- Z.

4 LESSONS
tI= LIONS: Asuesm the -Ten-
r 463s of receiving the best dance
lmt iction and train in the at-
Stl des commonly clled "good
maiers." Classes will start this,
.ilil. For Inforinatoon. Tel. Lona{
Ses, Panama 3-1565.


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MISCELLANEO SI RESORTS
OD yoe hew be" aM* Itb- h MeOv mew inexpensive sat
WrIte Akahe-to Awomymern qaa. Sraail's Santa
MustDoor 20 Ae C 2 telephone Balboa 13
Mst WATCH FOR ARMED FORCES W AtC OR ARMED FORCES

rolet DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Cllni Cottages. One mile I
over Central Avenue. K Street corniW,. S S0 Clara. Completely fun
1,500 Telephone 2-3479, Ponoma,, t Rock Gas Refrigerators and 5
4169 FO SALE your linens. Phone Do
FOR SALE 2-0,70.
-door o* 11 Bp. -Oceanside cottages,
terry. Miscellaneous Claro, Box 435, Balboo.
Petama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-
FOR SALE:-Zenith Con-cle Radio- ---- 3- 8"". ri-ob- 3-
Luxe Phonograph. Excellent conditionM Wli4sts Santa Clara Beach cao
father $98.00. Phone Panama 3-1777. 2 medi.ooms, refrigerator, Ra
I 4- FOR SALE:-Hgh Compresion a!u- Balboo 2-3050, 4
Sm. minum heads for 1949 to 1953 -:n
Ford V8 $3 .00. Phone Coca Solo Gwnfch Santa Clara bead
Door 743. ges. Electric iceboxes. gas
G m 91moderate rates.Telephone
od'FOR SALE-Used electric see GrJo tes. edoMp
abe fe condtio cratseed $74- b;4-567, Pedro Migm
00. See it at yro SIe-na Ses, FOR RENT
EEK Via Espai No. 1. RENT
sen- FCR SALE:-Ping-pong toable,emel-, Houses
cEnw lent condition. Adjustable loding--


p -.....I coupRNTie. furnished
paint. $500.00. wth S 1550 chair. 086-A, Oleander St. Bal OR RENT:-Cholet. fumished
down. Phone Albrook 6!88. _bo, Tel. 1358. mufurnrshed, fully fenced, thri
ma- ..... bedrooms, two baths, parlor, din-
din- FOR SALE:-1931 Model "A" Ford B:; s will be received in the office of kngroom, k 'Jhn, porch, maids
iger Coach. Best offer Afier 5 p. m the cupp:y and Srrvice Director, ronN, ga-age. small swimming
old R-2-A Rosseau. Phone 25-3464. E&3l1ca He.g:its, or GC-nMral A o rpl. crne cr r-lwoble lease to
cs* FOR SAL.E:-1952 Oldsmobile 'n98 omiscry Divizon, i reliable pa-ty. 1-x 5043 Ancon
FOR SALE--1952 O!dmobile "98" Hope, Canal Zone. ut. 3:00 p- C '_ Znie
4 Dr. Sedon, 7 months o!d. Ful;y mWe nesdcy, uone 10, 1953. ______,
ed equipped. Lt. William Sugnrs whe nihey will be opened in paLt~i FOR RENT:- FL is:hed house. Liv-
s-. phone FFt. Clayton 87-3200 or for fumish.ng 3.570,000 pounds of groon, g d;iinng om, 2 bedrooms
87-2144.___ Fine Gron.;Icted Sugar. Forms of kil'Cen, w.sh tubs. hot water.
acle FOR SALE.--Chevrolet Coupe 1937 propoC-', with fu'l partiulars, may Na 93 Via Espoia., be-ide "Radio
Coll in excellent condition, $200.00. be obtc red in the office of thb. M Warr." 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
ace Phone 2-6302. Supply crd Service Di-ector. Bl- 2 p. m. ro 4 p. m.
FOR SALE:-1952 Vouxhcu'. Owner, Marge-r. o WAAvs5" C- -- W... -
ble, leaving Isthmus. Telephone Pan- Mount Hop, Canal ZM t ,
.as- ama 3-1022 or 3-1898. --FOR RENT-
00 -- -- --- WATCH FOR ARMED FORCES WI "
0 FOR SALE: Pontioc 47 two-dozr A- -.. -------M-E O
B. Sedan, duty paid. Phone 3-2442 FCR SALI::-Used WeOtN0 "rIs _Aparlment9
any House 8210 Morgarito, after 4:CC cycle refritatf, 9 t. l AHAA APAT --
bti- p. m. repinted. Perfect coditioes. w- TI ,. Afive aoMfurnished
--o --a teed. $150.00. See i at ea e iorat fternidl endw
WANTED ia Stoe, Via Espa liapes oa.I-Un doport8ts; private u-
-WANTED Il s.. Bo, I_ 'i ed 8i61 lat,.ste-
FCR SALE:-Borgain, photog aphic Ne stbi. Telephone Cotn
ors MbICellaneOUS equip, rent: 16 mm. C ne Kcdk Ti 1386.
ze. United States couple EXPECTING Special with occe:o.ies, t.4 od -
89, PANAMANIAN CHILD requires .;eed Grcphic corner. etc. Mr.1 O I .: -Otbero
unfurnished two-bedroom hot water Bryan Esso Standard Oil End Q St. s~ .Must -by furnture. Going at
DOm apartment cr hoa re by July 1. .Panama City.s___ ref. 3-2763. Paama.
les, Cll Panama 3-4808 o_ 3-3226. FOR SALE: Hamsters and metal FOR IR T- neb edr prtn t,
30A WANTED ALIVE:-Baky Tities, $3. pens. House 2470. Morgan Ave. ,uihed. ll phone 3-2943,
00 each. Peisous snakes, boa: PANAMA CANALCOMPANY PERSONALS
EKK end others. 239-B Pedro Miguel. OFFERS REFRIGERATOR PARTS PERSONALS
- WANTED:-Track Caterpillar Trac- FlR SALE REMINDER TO TEENAGER$S--Re.
k tor D 6. Central Avenue 2817, Sealed bids, for opening In public, sister June 2, and 3rd $ro 10
.00, June 2, 1953, in the office of Super- r a. m .yan 2p.,
rn) 2 year old unmarried female. intendnt of Stohouses, Balboa, for dance course
.50. thorough housekeeper desires work Refrigerator Parts located at Cristo- Ais)e ourse r e
bes with family of two. Vista Hermosa ba4Storehouse, te'ephcne 3-1256, have friends. Hrnett & DU Bend
So- entrance Apt. I House "2047. Tel- on fat the '30" Areo Balbo, In- have en. Haett
.00 ephne 3-0365. vtetih No. 33 may be obtined Efficient Engllth-Spaohish stengrph-
Gas- from the above sources, or from of- er seeks employment With l4
Gasr FOR SALE .fice of Superintendent of Storehouses, able firm, Telephone
the ,r telephone 2-1815. (Karterouleatis). -----
iver M cy FCR SALE:- Young -hamsters (Toy
FOR SALE:-1952 C-_ h n an Ecle, Bea 911 white. With windshield 55 MVH: ing, odcress, noiseless. 239-B, Pe- If i LCi U
FOR-iSALE -#-'92Crh-11,E),g2.14 ears). Idealhospe.Ams ie iw Lon


OU miles per gallon. Call 25-33681 ro Miguel.
or se Qtrs. ,R8-. Rousseau. FOR SALE:-Jig Saw. Atlas, heavy
WATlI FO ARMED FORCES W xK duty, 25 cycle motor. Phone '
... ---- _- 6302.
Position Offered 'OR SALE:--Fish aquarium w;th fich,
I air pump, lights;' etc Also will
WANTED:--Fuil time used car Sole- trade new 25 cycle woasng ne-
men. Apply personally Smoot .& chine for a 60 cyt-le, or wil ill.
Parades, 1 A.___ 2-6302, Canal Zone.
F OR SALE SA Amcur Radio Station.
FRu w^ SALE |cornp:ete. Phone 2-6302, after 4
Real Estate 1 pm. m
FOR SALE-Established quick servE Help Wontedt
laundry in the heart of Colcn --
Truck. machinery and eq-'ipmnnt 2!WANTED: Nurgemaid f or 21
to 3 Vz years old. Op6v rtmiitv for months chi'd. References necessi, y
energetic oason. Purchase can b,- Arboix Bldg., 5th. St. Apt. 1, Co-
mode with or without real-estate _Ion. ___
if intereste.2 you may rantact E WANTED:-Maid English spe king
Lavu ico. 8054. 11 th St. Colon good d positiono. Reference. Cub.e
or Phone i 462. Avenue No 5. .J.
FOR SALE:--"Budmar" at New Gor- ,-- -"' -
o0nm: 10.500 sq. meters close to
b Two conesete block ouses.safety Coutcil
me of 25' x 38, other 20' x 20'. 1 Co n"
0a facilities, electric light-plb*t &iPredlrts 74
water pump; tools, power Iowr ir .r I
uwer; tree lined roads fruit '0 30
*h- l vegetablee garden; fDowers, 2 eoths For M y
Bahios. barbecue and' equipment;
excellent fences. O-en for in'p-c-l CHICAGO, May 27 (UP) -
tin every Saturday and Sunday !Tce National Safety Council es-
Tel, Baboo 1645. "lna.ed today tbt 240 persons
WzrS OR ARMED-FO lwill t die In auto accidents dur-I
W iE the Memoriayl) a weekend.
FOR SALE:--x apartment house ini 'he council's estimate covers
desinbule swJ bann section, Brings the 54-hour period from 6 p.m.
good pr-ofit. Price $8,CCO00.1 Friday to midnightSunday. It
O r at sumes first mortgage. Tel.! Includes immediate traff e,
2-3518. deaths only, and does not In-!
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are waiting ior Milwaukees DUDbbe to10 uurs may st. Louis 20 13 .M06
run out of patience long before the Braves run out gi Sgmrkd hia 0 14
of gas or winning pitchers. New York 19 16 .543
Pittsburgh 12 21 .364
Southpaw Warren Spahn, a By gaining his fourth triumph Chicago 11 20 .355
little weary of seeing "boys" like of tbr. season, the 31-year-old Cincinnati 9 21 .300
Don Liddle, Bob Buhl and John- Sparli increased Milwaukee' l
ny Antonelli do "men's" jobs for ]atlonal Lague lead to a game TODAY'% GAMES
Milv.aukee, took matters in his and a half. Phila. at Pittsburgh (T-N)
own veteran hands yesterday Spahn, who returned to ae- New York at Brooklyn (N)
and hurled a four-hit 6-0 vic- tion only four days ago after Chicago at Milwaukee (N)
tory against Cincinnati. being sAielined since May 14 St. Louis at Cincinnati (N)
with a pulled side muscle, was
In exceptionally fine form as YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Easy Pickings he struck out three and walked Cin n At 0 0 R S
C /Sonly two. Only Gus Bell Wad Cincinnati 000 000 000-0 4 1
---- Bob Borkowski were able to Milwaukee 010 221 00x-6 15 0
CHICAGO- AB R nPO A soe this deliveries, each get- Judson (-1), Perkowskl, Nevel,
Carrasquel, ss 5 1 2 2 3 ing twohits. Collum and Seminlck. Spahn (4-
rvra, ....4 5 1 3 02 Joe Adcock and Jack Dittmer 1) and Crandall.
Rivers, cf. .. .. 4 1 1 3 0 hiL successive doubles for Mil-
Fiain, lb ...... 5 2 8 8 0 waukee's first run In the second First Game
Mele, rf...... 4 1 3 0 inning while singles by Sid Gor. St.Louis 130 010 010-6 11 1
Mihoso, If .. 5 2 2 2 1 don, DIttmer, Del Crandall and Chicago 001 001 100-3 9 2
Stephens, 3b .. 4 1 0 1 2 Spahn accounted for two more Haddix (5-2, and D. Rice
Fox 2b .. .... 3 0 0 5 2 The second-place CardinaS Schults t0-1a Baczewskl, Jones.
Byrne,D ...... 3 0 1 0 1 lost a l3p0-game in the *and-L -....... .."""Iu
Fornieles, p .. .. 2 0 0 0 2 ings by splitting with the Cubs, Second Game
.. ..- St. Louis winning the opener, St. Louisn 0I 10 0002 6 0
Totals .... ....38 8 14 27 11 6-3, and Chicago capturing the iu. 000 0 O 0 6 1 l
ST. LOUIS- AB R H PO A Ied Schoendlent drove in Mzel (4-2), Miller, Brazle
Groth, cf.. .... 4 0 2 3 1 three runs with a homer d aand D. Rlce. Lowe (1-0) and At-
Sievers, lb .... 4 0 0 9 4 two singles as Harvey Haddix wel.
Ellot3b.....5 0 0 1 3 first game wie Turk Lown rim- I_ RCNLE
Lenhardt, If.... 5 0 0 1 0 ited the Redbirds to six hits in TeamsI w L Pet.
Courtr.y, c .. ..3 1 1 2 0 gaining his first victory of the New York 23 11 .676
Hunter, ss .... 3 1 2 5 5 season in th.o nightcap. Wilmer, Cleveland 19 12 .013
Young, 2b .... 2 0 0 4 1 (Vinegar Bend) Mizell of the Chicago 23 16 .605
Pillette, .. .. 1 0 0 0 1 Ceards suffered the loss although Boston 20 15 .571
Blyzka,o D...... 0 0 0 1 0 he struck out nine men and hit Washinin 19 17 .528
aEdwards. .. .. 1 0 0 0 0 a homer himself. Enos Slaugh- Philadelphia 16- 22 .421
Etuart,p ...... 0 0 0 0 0 ter also homered for the Card- St Lous 12 23 -34
-- --- inals. Detroit 10 27 .270
Totals ........ 31 2 7 27 15 No other games were ached- --
uled in the National League.
aPorced runner while batting Larry Doby smashed. his DeTODAt S GAat la S
for Blytka In 8th. Errors--Dyck. sixth homer of the season in Detroitn at thicao (N)
Courtney. RBI-f.in 3, Byrne. the bottom of the linth In- Cleveland at St. Louis (N)
Growth, Miioso 2, S,-ely 2, S8ev- ning last might to finish oston at Philadelphia (N)
era. 2R-Carrasquel, Mifoso, Cleveland with a 8 vtory Washington at New York
Dyck 2, Mele. 3B-Riverka. H over last-place Detrot. E
Vain. Sterifices-RIveit, v er, The Tigers ha knocked out YESTERDAY'S BSULTS
Steely. Double Plays-MIfiosO to Bob Feller with a five-run rally Night Game -
of; Hunter to Slevers; Sievera, in the top of the ninth but Do- Detroit 010 110 005-8 10 2
Hunter to Sievers. Left on Bases ,'s homer 6ff relief pitcher Earl Cleveland 020 001411-9 9 2
-Chlcar 10, St. Louis 12. Bae 'hKaoristenched victory for the Wight, Herbert, Erickson, Har-
on B1i-Byrie 1, Pillette 3, Ind4ina. Bob Hooer was the rist(0-i1) and Ginsberg. Feller,
Blyzka 2, Fornieles 1. Struckbut winner. Hooper (3-0) and Began.
-Byrne 2, Pllette ,Fornleles 2. In the only other Americn .. --
Hits Off-Pillette 9 in 41-3 in- league game, the White Sox de- 1s Game
nings; Blyzka 4 In 3 2-3; Byrne heated the Browns, 8-2, as the _U.c 111 040 010-8 14 0
8 in 51-3: Fornielos 1 in3 2-3; losers suffered their ninth St. Lous 000 101 000-2 7 2
Stuart 1 in 1 Runs and ER- stralght-loss. Tommy BMrne, for- _rne (2-0), ,FFonieles and
Pillette 7-6; By ne 2-2: Blyaka mer Brownie, was credited with IShtly. Pillette (1-2), Blyzka,
1-1; Fornieles 0-0: Stuart 0-0. the victory although he needed Sartu and Courtney.
Wild Pitch-Fornieles. Winner- Mike Fornieles' aid in the sixth
Byrne (2-0),. L o s e t-Pillette when the Browns Iqaded the Boston 1.
(1-2). bases. at (Posponel rai-wet
--. "---"---- / Ferris Fliln drove In three runs .... grounds)
S'or Chicago and Oreste Mfoso Philadelphia
DeU by Wbu and Bud Sheely two ap iee. ,
SWineTheo Red .g ox-Athleth game Only games scheduled.
IR_.Jr CPIv D '-l /was rained 6ut. /'" --
SIgWSl a. wa W.-W Along The-Fairways
After how i|-g Tiiendo ren Stp. 1a of t ho e s t who-/ -- ,

(By U. r.) GALS OF FORT
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The only horse ever to beat IVPlH1 TUilT
Native Dancer", is finished with JUVellia I u n oPutting s your down inl
racing. god8ol02.1I gals, co6e out tod
"DarkS tar" the Kentucky C4Ar T, i F MAmdo May 28 and enjoy
Dery winner has been re-' s hi Week I^
tired because of a bowed tendon his-- .r Yotee"t1the
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n his leg. Owne HrInjury Gtg-. ,0, I tt ,%the-mough- because
ring u is t a" thummit Club a three-month nning Rin er'
cPreakness an lt Saturdays Tournament is being started the
... .. .sme -- e day and outts will count
for that. C
Jock Hank Moreno told As yet no one knows how A word of advice about the
Sugenem, Dark. th many golfers beat Julius Soros Ringr--score cards must be C
runn daily in the iICo during last weeks Nationial Golf hignda,4ted, sttated and each
stretch when he stoppe.ud- Dat. And no one knows h ri .Score edd, otherwise
S1eay. lie finished fifth in a much differential we .are gng they will not be valid. There Is
field of seven. The inuryto,the to end up with. But starting a $1 (one dollar) entry fee for
main tendon in the leg became this Friday at Summit we al he Ringer Tournament.
apparent after the horse was know that seven people are go- "Beat Ann Little Day" brought t
tooled out. Ing to beat Gordon Dalton and out 19 gala last Thursday. Three I
S k ... .N..a n Mercurio Jewelry out of seven managed to defeat Ann but it E
Dark Star beat Native Dancer of the prettiest Juvenia *atch- ok some doing because she .
yW a head in the Kentucky Der- es in the store. And we also turnedin a very neat 74 (net
Sy.. The only loss suffered by know It will be match play with 800t).
Z Dancer in 14 races. Native 7/8th handicap being alowed. The winners were: 1) Allda[
Dancer won the Preakness and But no one knows who the even- ehtnan, gross 81, net 68; 2) El-
Sow is 13th among all-time tual winner will be unless it is wi Kenna, grosk 78, net 70: and
Smoney-winners of the turf. Phil Whitney, the new handicap 3) Ruth Lincoln, gross 83, net
Guggenhelm former Amer- chairman. With handicaps being 73 ontip o_, alll '
an ambassador to Cuba cut right and left in prepara- Alaothat day. Dorothy Gra-
eys Dark Star will stand at tion for the big event there will hat ayed her last game at
taud starting next year. The colt be few favorites. Fora Amnador. She mailed Mon-
Started 18 times in his short Right now Howard Tetten- day withCol. D. M. Graham and
lacing career. He had six victo- burn and Bill Jamison are out daughter Ann for the United
Is, finished second twice, and most aily trying to get the lat L
ibl twice. Dark Star earn ames in sha pe; but what l= y has been a very ae-
re than $131,000 including bpesl Bill LeBrm has his eye tive fl tlktul member. So
0000 in the Derby. His other et on the winners watch. But wea wan her Bon Voy-
Smajor victories came in last So has Norman Lewter, Pros age a td m golfing at Fort
Mear's Juvenil Stakes at Hila- "Chubby" Trim, Bill Epperson, Jackson. Soutti Carolina.
"ah and the Derby Trial five Fred Smith, George Pecod, Remember then. 8:30 sharp
lays before the Kentucky Derby. george Maeoubray Normas tomorrow morning at the No. 1
Cobb, and several others. te. See you there.
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first over 600 he carted
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Fireball had a on
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bowling three h r w of
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pickup of a baby ft: e' s-ii
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mates to Inspired bowling tor
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with 14 and 13 pins per gaine
over average, respectively, ma-
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2746 series high In team co-
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Lyons and Harld Backwell
were high for Carta Vieja, the
latter rolling his high game and
series for the year.
Balboa Beer demolished J. L.
Putaturo Buick-Chevrolet for all
four to stay 3V points behind
the amazing Painte n team
standings. Master Biewer BU
Cunningham mixed the bath
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Stanek, Wally' Bar 161- 9
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Iehar, Balboa Beer 158- 4
Kesey, Putaturo 157-11
Cun ngham, Balboa Beer 156- 1
Lyons, Carta Vieja 152-11
Hovan, Putaturo 150- 5
Stuewe, Colpan Ford 150- 3
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Balboa Beer 10 14
J. L. Putaturo
Bulik-Chevrolet 7 8 9
VJ.W. Post 3822 .1 9% 8%
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Cta Vleja 5 10 7
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Stmh 134 13 1 410
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For Brush Bay

Starts Tonight mui

The curtain goes up on the "Let the people know the truth old t vw ry is jf a
final "act" of Operation "Brush l""" 2
Bay" tonight at seven o'clock, TWENTy-'IGHTH EAR. PANAMA, P. W a T, MAY 7, 1 .y.-N, *i
and will be run down at noon PANAMA, ... W..1, Y, MAY X7, I
Friday -
For this final problem, the en- .
tire First Battalion Combat M' '
Team of 'the 82nd Airborne Di-
Carolina, will be aack.South Kore
After nearly a full month y S W *
the Airborne Combat Team ar-
rived in the Zone on April 29.
- of jungle training on the Fort
Sherman military reservation Nw
the troopers will Jo into battle. UNt ad
Jungle-soldiers of the 33d In-
fantry Regiment and 45th SEOUL, Korea, May 27 (UP) that its protest against the truce The U.N. o er' van- read for hin in Cincinati
Reconnaissance Battalion, the United States diplomatic, and plan Is not heeded. to t ineetin l th- Ohio, t n t saie that
paratroopers will act as the military officials teamed today First, it was said, South Korea IWO UnttedStat.s l -
reserve battalion of a regi- in attempting to end any angry may formally withdraw from ne- CimDlt4|18 a get the U.N. aW the zo-
ment and attempt to sur- revolt of the South Korean gov- gotiationa. 'Cohiumiaat- s. e A re Wr a
round an assault battalion by ornament against the new- United Second, according to, the re- been foutd. In In th If tae in
a water-borne envelopment. Nations truce proposals.- port, PresldenRhee might with- 10 South 1o tts m$ t a
Here again, as, throughout American ambassador Ellis 0. draw all South Korean troops apqBman said emttal Ohe 4.h-
the entire exercise, equipment, Briggs conferred with Korean from the battle line th he uth Koreaztl b', daw froma *
LCMs, and members of the president Syngham .Rhee -while Third, it was said, troop are e will continue t o t tons "and ree
370th Engineer Amphibous Sup- Lt. Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, kept there, they might be order- eigalns unless the U o- Iem. tl flee
port Regiment from Fort Sher- commanding the 8th Army, con- ed to make an independent at- pn la altered. Mr. senhowewlose
nan, will be on hand to service erred with Korean defense min- tack on the Communists In open Meanwhile In Wah to the te terms of the t tt U.N.
troops during this phase of the later Shin Tae Yung. violation'of a truce. United States sogh to i oposa he out- 0
attack. It was pointed out here that confront' the CommUnite t a .- four "basi principles" na
Maj. Osborne Cooper, corn- The South Koreans have not if SouthKore rejected a truce, solid Allied front in 1* Dt 6f which, he said, arm not subject to
S nanding officer of the combat disclosed publicly their reasons the CommUnists might refuse the "final" truce propi d change I
team, and his staff, have been for opposition to the truce pro- to sign it even if they had a- President Eiuenhiwb6 t t. the 1) "No prisoners will be repa- firesJ a
busy since early this morning nosals-opposition so bitter that green# with the U.N. o0 its unusual course yestrd y af triated by ford." f
planning and preparing for the it conceivably could block the terms. Ing a special 2) "No prisonerf coerced Before re
execution of the water-borne signing of an armistice. Briggs and Taylor, in their that "out Allies" s theorihtinldated in the SAp0ri
S movement plus a cross-coun- talks with Rhee and Shin, were proposals. "There muat be e lm- 120-aert au
try movement and a shore-to- But it is reported that they believed to hdve appealed ur- Mr. Eisenhower reatm \t to the petlod east of- O
shore supply evacuation. want, first, to get all Chinese gently for South Korean support so that the United States wAl t ty." peninsula.
Communists out of Korea after of the truce plan And to have permit force~epatriaftSon$y 4 "The procIdurts ed In There wa
Meanwhile, the nearly 10 an armistice has been ocaud- made it plain thai ti country anti-Comminnst pr er ld handling the prior mupt re- of ground
troupe who l attack were lean-r d, and second to leave the way will not be let down theU.N. by. the U.N. flt these prinepleW. Korean a
In, the rwepons and were ette pe for the later unification and specifically by e United Ptrime MIaist Wn n The South Koreanr say that Kortes an
n l theAr uw e before Sa o oett goth and North Aisa. States. Churchill followed a ft- J unt le the Allied toUts are al- b e in
title eye before r A south Koresn army spokes- There was a flurry of excite- day with a statemeis the tted, the will boycott the next U M
hou. man bluntly e6ntrlacted Presi-. ment today when U.N. and U.N. proposals have othe-ma- t meeteig, to be halw at Pn- eastern
Sometime during the nearly 46nt Eisenhower's statement yes- Communist liaison officers met ptete support" of the Britih kn oum Monday. The bh
twodays and two nights of this terday that "ur Ares" support unexpectedly at Panmunjom. But germent. There is also the question w44
final exercise the Fort ragg te new U.N, truce proposals it developed that the Reds ,A French government spoes- whether the Communilst&wil ac- W4 t"
limit until wil fin nany uses Sotth Korea, he said, is one of merely wanted to, protest that man in PAris announced also ept a final" offer whh still 46
for the vorlous' ph^sesof train., the Allies and decidedly does not two South Korean soldiers with that France supports the propos- safeguards 48,800 sati-R1d North
Ing through which they have support the proposals, weapons had been found in the als. Korean and Chinese w- t ptson-
passed during the last month., The spokesman confirmed that Panmunjom neutral area. Sen. Robert A.'Taft, %n a speech era against forced repatriation.
Among these are jungle sur- Gen. Chol Duk Shin, South Ko- -
tival, map and toinpaas course, rtah themler of the five-man
4ay and night bnmala sance, UX-~Nruce teadi, Is boycotting' 0 I ,
boob trls an4 iahette trdn- tre meetlns on Ilstaructionsa i
Ing, Wmae arm ld-from ht government .
Ing, and ambu d- Repota cIrculated In Seoul A tlantic, Cr c :U 4
,. that the South Korean govern-
Even more important, the mint has, drafted a seven-point
fear is also gone the. fear plan of action for use in event .
Of"the I;fewofetheuRk-s
an staonge Memorial SA kes- ..
f un Girl Hides Outside MS
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n b ere^y ema se o Falls 3 Stories Parade Dropped From Pacific Program in
Aldler before ho ever set foot S r P a Will:.
In the jungles near Fort Sher-
, but now; after a month of MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 27/ Observances Planned At Corozal Sea i At Mt.
naive training, added to his--Loralne Pasley, 30, said today serances Planned At Co.ozal, Sea Cerwem Cii A 4 N
% p" skills. these Stateside she fell from a three-story led e -
as.Idier are prepared for Jungle while trying to hang fro it by
Wkrfar and wil prove it during her hands so police would not The annual Pacific Side Mem- 11:00-Boy Scouts' dedication The ceremony will o- yScutas
tile aack problem. find her in a hotel room with a oral Day Observance wilI be of Staite of Liberty, opposite rial Day with a GIag Ol Ba
.~t. ol. Frank Linnell, chief man. 'held at the COIOral Cemetery on Balboa Police Station, as' their 7:30 a. t Old .
At staff, Operation "Brush Bay" It wasonly a bellhop who saturday morantg. There wil be contribution to World War II front the Ame, S ji
sd all members of Headquar- knocked on the door. But before noparade thls year. Instead, the Membrial. Hall, e, 8.'Wald
twar Who have served the corn- she could climb back in the room ceremony will commence at the Cox A s ervi ti
t te as instructors, aggres- Miss Pasley's fingers sUpped from cuetery with a background of 1:00--Designated representa- the wih
in any other ways the the ledge where she was hiding massed colors representing the tive groups from Junior Auxll- Scouts. 1l Scouts, e
poblemus demanded, will be on and she fell to an alley. Amuty, Navy, Air Force and Ma- acres, Boy .nd Girl S ts, Ma- ribbean Oirls 8tate
d for this closing show, She suffered a fractured skull. rines and twelve civtc, fraternal rneraRainb Girls, civic and group Te Aveue
,Aidy.to block the path of the brain concussion, com pou i dndan service organizations of -the fraternal orga ati an1 Vet- bean 11M ltate, bw Ad
e-rushlng troopes. shoulder fracture and a broken Capl' zone. will leave lead I n p,
An Army spokesman said yes- leg.. t the- U ACM-12 after the f. ,, nume, 11 t
tirday that the Combat Team Miss Pasley, from Miami, Okla., Grand Marshal for the mass- fo the service to be held at .- 3way to
il depart from the Isthmus said she had been drinking in'the ing of colors Is Major F. E. Davis, se&. From h8:a 9,M0 i 33 hasi
tIllowing the final problem, room with Frank Cherry, 4% of U9&SA. wl, e wil s movies at A ould f
Houston. Tex. The following is a schedule of to"g,9 rai a weath- fo0, th PA.r p weather. V
Cherry wasL booked on disor- events: of temodal Pi
Balboa Tides derly conduct charges. He told 7:00-Bov and Girl Scouts dec- l In the C oral A % '.l Club
Thursday, May 28 police that he thought MsPas- orate Veteran graves at Corozal startt sle.
J11lIgh Low ley had left by the.oor aomi did Cemetery, tA d a
1 m .......... :37 am. not kno w s he wai un f 7:0 -Veterni decorate grtves ae Joi6 Parade parade lek
M p.m. ........ 10:02 p. flers entered hi room in mador cemetery, Panam. f foreign of the a
__ __ Balboa Heights, Diablo Heights, inThe 8. S oey-m and Mstaff
Pedro JIguel and Cocoll. i a0nabTe Fonm fcrm n
7:45.P a.. offloral tribute ableJohn C. Fort and
at the Columbarium in All Soul's WII t Ote Lpb assa n Solo.
Chapel at the Cathedral of lat. 4MA t Lt. Gen. H. L. Latin Amer
Luke. Ancon. er In Chief, the Y470th AU whoe
e Maj. Gen. teered bo pv
'No wet aP0n 7:45-Placing of floral tribute r, Commanding bero Band of
No onm Afinora lps at Memorial Tablet at Balboa s. Anmy Caribbean; Cadetf im~m W- ]
No sp i powdr Heights by Boy and Girl Scouts. Admiral A d. Bledace, School: and
8:00-4ichard T. Perrott Cen- dant, 15t4i Naeal Dlis- Elbert S,
otaph, .alboi. Boy and Girl t General .. C.'glonaire # N. J.
Souts will assist R. C. Worsley r a, No. ; lfosi 11,
in brief ceremonIes and pit i .uracitnsauWr
A.ifl s mmbl s. of
8: and Owen Memo- of .
and Girl coats will present Carll es-, /l. rlbte
fl: Memorial Plaque.
Gorlge ,Hosp~ t. Floral tribute
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boa He Railroad Station for
invited t this courtesy
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