The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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
lcc - Newspaper
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thnew fin I restrictions on Uni
.employed nmin t P-nam6 Canal Zone were too
w1d added, e had things pretty soft :-
AnO.C h e,did not believe the
as much of e.ilshap4 post as"it was in eas. e
that some changes were made in the be"efleI
pyes th r .T.
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mplrs froyed the an of anal Zone were t
l to.- IeATh"ee d things pretty s oft tri
arnsimet are illegal and one said "This
shock to Canaem, I od e theyou t R .lwas i r
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Stobe' before oo protecting the priceless erowr Lives.
reemn to ,tates cir- during the rehearsal and o, It rested In a deep tan lea
Sea ar= fors safeguarding the Stone of Scone. bow. secured by straps and b
be aw as an a a- over which the young Queen Ides.
law. The onot &no must sit to be crowned. The archbaisho p handled
1 fat e s the al- The ArcM~shop of Canter- crown to f ari hnri
recon n on u ury was In the abbey with the with It. Then he handed It
l 7nmitthen wh en when the heavy "Orow the e who tried It on.
Isno. dogL. -airporto WEngland" was brought In It ben altered to fitn
ofth o b biul" eI- t ves through a side door by a court head e seemed satised
at. Th it will oto a confea. On- of Ife
Pe Nc p magnseficent Ien R he tHireh Teav s the ftrst t ime t ,
m i et'BB HeRed-Haired TexaSyear-o crown four po
to out a comp 14 ounces of gold s.t withpes
S" i c.Ine od Wiin con- U ndau t and therad
ta ver tonns.r n, ,ot Texas widow bonda for Queen ad n heeon of the Cwblum.
erene ceabeths coronation replica had been ud In pro
Int mte afrol jam Rl vious rehearsals.
Ste a' night was not to be dented t Earlier the Queen opy by toi ened
Seonu s t irty n reports a cable fm rmcking- Hall. c where pirlamtay pr.
al Zone. Bt Iw was queen
virtually certain ofuckingham he am Palace gst her hotel enment was born more
reservations was a Joke, six centuries ago.

saambers of the 6M!e la y and Mr s- Cochran,& pretty m .
partially in t i yesterday tred on "In TeMa" she ratd, "we trust prime Minister Wnto
sre s for mltordinary ac- i e, us. I don't Ch-chial n sanLflent for

fht almost thinkMCthe Brth arrived hre by dt- headed th lele ofs
i Wrwill ane today and will spend a Coronaon ofo so.
dPgri In Now"York beforeof lyin g rto, ory e no tbe cm

Letter P ridges ded e e:htkignogs hWJ
Silqualified persael is per cent differential b beth ata Bukig- Scottish sovereslgs have left
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a aonaby- tr Alan Whensehrte Se- of SosSe.
dehaided t. make the tri she takhC no wealth o
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fr e noqoua, EemAIVes' JOSHUA POWIP. ING. Corn
9 MAl N AV. NredW YOK. N. by the private ,nt

Sof mymen there p ae .
6 11 4 .. sso4fSenate's (Byiles a grim fel

THE MAIa 8" 0Athat this country was in
of being run by a 'second d
0-- -- ernment," a "government 'b the
The Mall Box is en open forum ftr readers *f The Paneme Amer. uFor 24 months this re- 'e'
ken. Letters are received gritssully end ore handled in a wholly n- ceived less attention a
dentitl manr. Bureau of Entomology an dant
If you eetbtle a letter don't be Impati nt It It daoM#'t *Ppea th* Quarantine leaflet. Thoet t, h |
next day. Letters eM published m the order received, new Attorney Generl deled oy to keep the letters limited to one page lee'oth war on this "second .
Identity eot letter waers eis held Is strictest confidloce. ment," taking seriouslt y e
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as pIlaOns alarm on Page 4 of the 28,
expressed in letters from refers -1951, report of the Kefauve
0 -- ime Committee which said:
"The Committee at the out.
WAS THAT CARY GRANT AT BALBOA POSTOFFICK? set e its investigate tf 0 .1
it di/ftcult to acoe pg .4 .
Balboa, CZ. hypothesis. But the masi of
Bir detailed testimony that dosvW .*:
SThis is written so that the dimwit who thought up the idea thousands of prft I
of changing the parking arrangement in front of the Balboa Post taken from hundreds S
Office can have a clear picture of what the general public thinks nesses, a good number oth
of him and whoever agreed with him. at the very top ofAmrwea's
Such an idea probably came from an idiot who thinks Pan- criminal hierarchy, has rlwd.
amA City hu a smooth flow of traffic. Today the new parking this committee to the inlwt-
system went into effect and there was more congestion and con- able conclusion that th" s
fusion than if Cary Grant were standing on the steps there, not such an underworld goovew
because of the novelty of it but because such parallel parking is meant.
unsuitable for short-period parking. "This secret government of
An examination of records of "accidents" which did take crimesters is a serious menae9
lece there in the past few years will show that ft was the care- which could, if not curbed, be-
lessness of the drivers, who in most cases were women driving come the basis for a subversJve
-'00 horsepower Buicks and Cadillacs and who shouldn't be puh- movement which. could w: eek
Ing a baby carriage even. the very foundations of this
.. If the imbecile nr Imbeciles who made a study-of the traffic country."
situation there would have dropped their scotch and sodas for Just how seriously Attorney
five minutes they would have found that parking arrangements General Brbwnell took
there were adequate and they could have saved days and days warning will be revealed
of "tedious" labor, several pencils, reams of paper, gallons of Ink by a wave of new indictment
and dollars for us, the Canal Zone workers. racketeers who've muscled
You, my dear birdbrains, have done nothing but cause an some of the nation's 75,000
Inconvenience and have Jabbed another needle into the arms of unions. And by deportation or-
e already much dissatisfied, irate, and bewildered U. S. citi- ders against hundreds of others. _________--- --. _
working in the Zone. At this moment, directed outt
This is to inform you who thought up the idea and vou who of a central division of the
d it that you are another Costa~l Queeg (see "The Cain Juistice Dertmnent, special "I 1 +'
utlny"). sufferinq from sun stroke, a goon. lacking in good teams workf closely with Im- U i I UOS
nt. World War II Veteran (Galapagos style), a craik, and migrahon asquad-and TreasmtyN z. i *.
frederik So n. of the coestrucMtimon t Mrades and D
the waterfront and are abt- move into the garment truck.
Sr:P OUT AND)MAIL sThs f m e K t ed Go itt
cur: .CT ANI) -upt~foB % ~lBmurd-overowusie- a' ring, the. f eore Q. wR IM -the l" the, a .lds t BIRKtie
l :and, New aorkNew m J w -nat blo be at h iS f -l defend italy O approab I lw sa emo
Thl& is for all American employes. PennJylvaniar Illnois and- Cl the itiWdS ar_ mare .reb leN i roae and t l l
I0 ,lre to su gg est th at "You *11 buy sever ;l con ies of the urorn da.-It h a spread from th e wxo Jus t .got h m self ,a p e rs Vtarenb pl e -onao t e redw at
Tuesday, May 26 edition of "The Panapa American" 'and mail old Mulder Inc. mob in the r rte t e ,ell it,
them to your Senator, your Congressman, Drew Peason, Walter r it right throl th Midwest treating thing that a wre "Siggitell
Winchell your home-town paper and any other good newscasters to the Paciffici fstInto" hinIstataw"e' s -
you may know. et ehg aswar r uI andth'rebe
youo wy knowi. onm; ^mS5 .+ ff 2 1 WI to fo, M r tha a n d .i O W. bw h ero ,GWitnh A
than you can say in several letters. fr an iOims a lw bWm anknnt re wes ltVI
-One Who Iis Willing curly task fou lyato bheroein hsgreete home y6u t 3H i .s. eMOa, what
For A Couple of Days. agendl and a comparmt beativ t maC hef. Oerz-lf.h ..

SMo' AND WORKING WOMEN Ine te uV pa 60dI
LIVING COSTS ON zeoN -to ou s4 ,R" .
0Bal boa, C.Z. 120toT .- -, ..,- g
sfaot ge and d to t witr a n i hto- .
SClling all Housewives, Mothers and Working Women! it se cret polc so dEn our but it wii yo, "It is a ,
*It appears that the "powers that be" are pushing us out of big cities. Bt einbll's orders anowt 7BBaan w' -me *
the tryingpan into tte fire, so to speak. call for the mot exra I know wrdO but ame aorant
SYou have all seenithe papel; That ls like the hand writing that no mania demeda I soll rem e hi s
on the wall. Mr. Loeelady a< others who are helping us at this his cvi rghts or +riue tof trust one 1 Wlas la I? Aaol-
er.ecial momet ar doing their utmost, and we realize that. fust because hiS has immTgr ttl- e
.Howvever, we women play an Important part in this organization, ed to our land f O ) ,u I e. ifat U ll .
4 We shop in the commissaries. It is our bags of groceries that But alreatly 280 au4lvse The *'kRai' cellsd One, on t OtMRt
Snet those fabulous yearly profits the Commissaries Division have been ordered deport e' hWn.orpra artd e fore rm ertt I tot- 'er 'D t
Stop and think a moment. In the States, if a housewife is tat they are in the service of -..,.. '. ha t d.. ma f.
not satisfied with the prices in one store, she does not purchase the Sovietized enemy.
there, she goeC to another. We have a fine meat market in Pan So the work against the orim '
ama. They sell quality food, give excellent service and maintain inal "secret g0enmenr has Iter W i 1h In N ew o v k
reasonable prices. gone slower. At the Tomentw
SFor a long time we have needed real action. Let us all stick however, there are 120 oft the
Together and stay away from the Commissaries, until we see a nation's top inobsters, some of
noticeable reduction in the present high prices. That merchan- the multimillonares, under -
dise has to move off the shelves. Watch how fast they cut prices deportation orders. That makes
if it remains there for a week. 400 of the underworld and the
In unity there, ist strength. We women can do a lot to con- underground who will beship DAL IN TON n
trol prlcs. ped out shortly. d s a lUy w al m
Now that our husbands are paying income tax, let us at least Thee 'i haver their fell ow ralv- i?(
Se o i(Signed) thousand mobster leaders un- pres41.L-a 'SW- $f t ,-fKu.. 4 oa e. J -g _I
i -- A School Teaqher der investigation and stilt Caos eshhsltiIs. t lel'ast I It ne.
-- A Housewifrt e some o20,000 more to be checked na member of the tnh.oauzar_
-h- A M er off, one by ond. t I C1A 1' 1pedaO -.l hI5
-ANurse What Es revealed in all this aet
's-- A Clerk crimitathy frm l ager of p ot .- ...Iiouba ofth
nyeisionlu ee t thed 2rsea-stSeurahe
I WE WAN MRS. MORRISI cal law utter e nic of o- ain ?Wfl: e, -ront. ,
bymnany;re ao.'Jutt iWt=eeded a.theyl et
: Diablo Heights, CZ. ma federal Grasn Jury to En- 000W Z0 lle St&1-.t iy lis ;m. t h
did !S St. Lou.. anon chiefsor a reoon.
We, the kids of Diablo, are here to protest against the replace- ing o r O r Nan. kls (ofa .Ole cast) to f xhit atha to elem
ment of Mrs. Morris who is our i yn teacher. We are not saying so it wi n a the Feerae A n ,iy the Blt Note where biu has never Pin n mi it th th who a
that the new tether Is not a voonie,but we like Mas. Morris government to o kthebor l e i Good. mike,
had we think she shoula tay'wl< 45. rackets across thkelan. ur u w cunj.Ia-:*
:ds tl Diable The FBI- h aea turned (he and
.. enough ebydence to: an make a r b a treun urdoa q ter
r pitorney Lombard of the New YorkA 3* it L U Cih
Southern District to 'indict wa- e d
FREE BEER FREE BEER terfront, u union leaders on At the wdhl -Of*,.P. Kenr r .,hrl
*VYRT FRIDAY NIGHT charges of Taft-Hartley viola- dghtr Bunte (t tae Waldorf) some oay irked W_ a_ 5. renen btl b.inaed n M
S to 30 .m. ution taking money from ship- the bde's pap .(.Owia alte) by ervng order in amo W wi the
notcAC abordu0io in eping nah1s without giving. pinh+trrhn h e "a t r ess

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Soniaetic kets;W o singe ,pace is remaining trump. East took the
limited. ace of spades and returned his
PeOo Sidney o, of the other trump, thus limiting tite
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L. 8oar, Volother uth could ruff oMone clubin ,
w Allen yand up one club trick to West's ace
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HOLLYWOOD Exclusively Fuses are being lit for legal
S Yours: Jose Ferrer, wno walked fireworks over TV rights to the
on his knees in "Moulin Rouge," Silly the Kid character. Three
is climbing up in the world. be- actors. Tab Hunter, Jack Buetel
Cause Rita Hayworth's a tall dish, and Russell Hayden, all claim
S .Jose is wearing elevated shoes in priority.
4 his torrid scenes with her in
SMiss Sadie Thompson." ... Mar- INDECENCY IS LEGION
lene Dietrich and Peter Lawford Otto Preminger won't bqdge;
now there's a combination) are and neither will the Eric John-'
I too palsy-walsy for words. music ston office, so it looks like the
Sor anything else.... John Arcihermuch-disputed movie ve:slon of
and Marjorie Lord, recently rec- "The Moon Is Blue" will be re-
onclled after going through di- leased July 4 without a Legion of
Iorce motions, are expecting a Decency seal.
visit from the stork.
i r Miriam Nelson is due to drop
S Patrice Wymore is due for a Gene in the Los Angeles divorce
big surprise. She'll be sued by courts.... Seymour Friedman,
Iora Eddington Haymes, who who directed Louis Hayward's
preceded her as Mrs. Errol "The Saint Returns," is divorc-
-lynn, for the child support that ing his wife, Bobbe.... The re-
Errol has failed to send their conciliation is taking with Don-
i kiddies. Nora's lawyers will refer na Reed and Tony Owen, wh6i
to the recent case in which Vir- claim there was never a serious:
ginia Mayo had to pay alimony rift in the 'first place.
to Mike O'Shea's former wife..
S-- Authors rarely like the way
SEdgar Bergen is leaving Char- Hollywood casts their characters
ley McCarthy. at home for his and Herman Wouk is no excep-
European trip this summer. Says tion. The best-selling author is
Edgar: "I'll have Frances (Mrs. exploding over Van Johnson's
B.) to sit on my knee." casting as Lt. Maryk in "The
Caine Mutiny."
A long and passionate kiss be-,
tween Lili St. Cyr and Dale Rob- The sets In Paramount's new
ertson for "Son of Sinbad" was Technicolor filmusical, "Redi
su po:sd to end with an off-.Garters," are only .slggested--
st -- cue-a prop man striking one tree for a forest, a door
a -ong with a mallet. -t"ndlng that ends in space and
'ut, the prop man, bug-eyed' interiors with transparent walls.
ovrz the smooching, swung the I But there's more than just the:
Smelled and missed. "What hap- absence of conventional sets to
pce-ed?" grinned Director Ted give It a 3-D-Daring, Different
ST -"lff. and Dangerous-label.
"'.'s such a small gong." Eaupllv shocking, by Holly-
pr-'- back th" crop man,:woocr blueprints, are thb song
'" lI five fe't equPre." nrtmbers. Rosemary Clooroy and
ruvuy Mitrhell come right down to
8; 'TRA CRIES, TOO the "footlights" and sing directly'
it can b tto the Pudieice. disregarding
,ow it b told: ollywood's don't-ever-look-at-
W'rank ,inatra was the first the camera taboo.
as ger offered "My Heart Cries After 50 years of movie mak-
for You," the biggest hit tune in ing Hollywood is admitting that'
t llast five year. Frankle stage technique may have some
turned it down on the theory it'merits after p. l
w-ildn't be a hit. He's still cry-. .il... -- _r .. .
Caps And Gowns
MEMPHL.S Tenn. (UP) Mr.
'!ly.vwood on TV: Richard'and Mrs. Robert F. Sheahan face
:Iinmgs TV click as Mr. North a real graduation grind this
SIn the whodunits has sparked his June. our of their children will
# film career. He'll be in Para- graduate from different schools
Smount's "Lost Treasure of the from here to Annapolis, Md.,
Amazon."... George Burns and within a few days of each other.
SGracle Allen's teenarers, Sandra
and Ronrie. join Ma and Pa on,
S,. '. sc'eens fo- their June 29 J
S'" w.... Ray 'lilland's telefilm i
I ,wit hr+c him "laying a iod
I cr ?c ipof at ? glrl' school f ll
I kh ablft accenton comedy. Ray
figures he's had enough Lost
Wiekehds in movies.
SCharles McGraw, who scored
S n "The Narrow Margin," Is defi-
nile for the lead in the TVersion
of "Th IT rlcen." George San-
ders and brother Tom Conway
played it on the screen.... CBS 0 0s po Si reIMS-
S is 'alkinr to Olga San Juan, Ed- Son," -_. u k|ut _l.
Send O'Briev's p ret ty. Mrs.,
i abort reviving "Fiesta," the mun- MUy reun
Sical show she did on radio some room w'IW191"1
years back, as a TV extrava-
YPC has just signed nitery
co-lic Jackie Kannon for the T
I fir-t four stanzas of the 90-
I mi-,"te '"aturday Night Revue." 7th AVE. NnW oADh
wh:'h will begin replacing "Show., Kt V0th St. II A
of Phows" on June 6. If Kannon U TIMES SIVSME A RA i CITY



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Farm C- or the Cora- amnM .tbq. _te Agricul-.
Aj,,o Chee ture. '.d nthe plan
mb-lty .O-M Uu-am __jo to:would w M[ ir* *thority I
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members feared then ase tuy onati- nd is
Charles .. .- tod n,
tse it to put O r" h i n one of 'pae
tqralal con Jinhs _lU Jdoe o circulatitweek
Soe aseyein~~ro. of All 'Pa b are
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said the plah bll A surrenderr e-" romy

espeTrucially when -ls no books ta conerning-
met disclosed his faer poles. the event.
CRl-Me.) chaR the sub- The t oronation Book," s writ

committee w1h hearings ten by eoard Werley, Irsh
Sthe it to put the End- one of pa a placed In
voweral propoAdl cotMined safe- crctwo a6e wi lakronds
guards Whic Wee ot i by the rooted In B history. He

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-Theater MasgU lr d Bal
enjoyed the cbmp .-Of the
wife 01 the plan sae 4 hi
killer t on tbs b evening
-at a midloght Uuper and at
a cenetary eoad y7a police
said today.
WitUnesses d tath 'ac-
cused man, JeimezL Rhodes, took
a "good look" at aU pad tMrs.
Ing pat time"

A few hmuyplta tn0ipunday
morning, al. aw foiad dw d,

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ton cniotrld~n, Bb say-
andg it wa her d who
fired a wslley at tWl Dtked car.
She -ed the jsmgan alt
drove off time

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ed until yesterday bAmiU, .po-
lice said, they h]Ut-bea unable
to locate her. ,".
They w6uld n 'tj "y' today
whether sle W's bcu h~eld In
custody or, ft net, "where mbe
was staymorn ing.
shodest 50-__ ad"o Inorme
county acoutMtan, dlmkd that
he either wounded h kMilled Bll.
He ld betin held wihoubod
pending trial In' e AloUt
term of superior. Court.

Complete double bed,
Complete single beds
Dressers with mirrors


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Wardrobes ....
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China Closets ......
Sofas ............
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Other selected and beautiful refinisle' ,.
Livingroom nIlningroom and Bedroom
All Reasonably Pricedl '
AND REMEMBER... Any article is yours for oly:
a mall down payment

41 Ave. J. Pfo. de Ia Osa
Automobile Row

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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama
No.. 12,179 Central Ave. -- Col6n

Lewis Service

SaI6a td BOd1m Americano

Caritoea I~r Store
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Agencia laternadclol de Publicaciones Prop S. A.

No. Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199

H Atreat earner Estudiante St.
Phoned $**330 and 2-2788

Household Automobines .im OsSTI ES Cottes. One mile beyond Dy
WeAgmeu. Alnta C completely furnished.
WATCH FQR ARMED FORCES WEEK BARGAIN.-1952 Bel Air Chervlet 2011 Am C. .. L o Gas Refrigerators and SoveA in s.
CH ine;I-E---- Frig Codair e, two ,u..** Srin your linens. Phone Dogmar's Amobu. N A I In $
FOR SALE:-25 cycle washing ma- rey, ade, W-S-W Nr, 7,500 WATCH FOR ARMED FORCIS W K 2-07
chin; Frigiaire; clock; Oak din- miles, $1700.00. Cell 4 9 DR. WENDEHKE. Medil Clinic.
ing room table and buffet; Singer CO Sat DR Bec M a A
sewing machine; Misc. Household after 4:30 p. m Central Aveue, K Stret m droos, refrigerator, Rockos,
furniture. i 411-A, Las Cruces, FOR SALE: '51, 4 Dr. Do Luxe Telephone 2-3479, Panama. s. Balboa 2-3050, except
Balboa 2-6316. Chevrolet, $1,490 cash. Leather Travel via "AREA," "the Route of th ee ends. i
FO ALE blond mhog upholstery. 17.000 miles. Call 4- Good Neighbor." NO INREA Spnd your week nd t Casino San- PR SURE SPRA ER
iSALE: square t blond mahogany 124 between 8. m and pm. IN PRIS!... FREE MEALS. to Clara. cabins $4.00 a cp '
fudiningroom tbsh irs, bo Until Monday. COCKTAILS One-way to MIAMI Qunce music by Casino Aces. arm Garde.
4202. WATCH FOR ARMED FORCES WEEK $70. ..NEW YORK, $114 Oceanside Cottages. The A
..GUAYAQUIL. $80.00... PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. "T'he A uzNz1u
FCR LE:--Refrigerator 1) years FOR SALE:-1931 Model "A" Ford TO, $86.00. Round trip to A nIy court m Santa Clara with an C3 P
old 8 1-2 cu. ft. with Deep Freeze. Coach. Best offer. After 5 p.m. MI, 126.00.. NEW YORK, ocinview from all cottages. Steps O
ouse 1519-C, or call 2-3689, R-2-A Rosseau. Phone 25-3464. $24.00..GUAYAQUIL $1i4. beh, Rockgas refrl. r "
ny___ _____ $214O. $44.00 Gef a F. Noko ,fp 1
anystime. FOR SALE:-1952 Oldsmobile "98" .QUITO, $154.80. BOEING 4- barbecue and shufflebor am- C106 F. NO ".
FOR SALE: Guatemala livingroom 4 Dr. Sedan, 7 months old. Fully engine planes. For more details se 3 -18-77. Morgarite A OL S
u;t settee, 2 chairs 2 end tables, equipped. Lt. William Sugar PANAMA ISPATCH SERVICE, 36 BO No. 435, Balbao. : -
Scoee table, reasonable. 830A phone FFt. Clayton 87-3200 or Avenid N ional Automobil W Ioa ARMED OC
Balbco Rood. Phone 2-3570. 87-2144. Row),, telephone 2-1655, Mf__c Sant C0m iO-
FCR SALE Livin set, wicker. FOR SALE.-Chevrolet C 3 FOR SALE 'as. Eler Sip vlb i i
Very good condition, $35.00. China in excellent condition, $200930. FodeR re. S I=
Sloset. $10.00. Second St. 2028- Phone 2-6302. l e Ou Go ; 4-567 Pedro Mg We "."
B Te. 83-6155, Curundu. ORALE:-1952 Vauxhoul. Owner LReserve-s l in ilave ea *
SALE: Frigidairr 25 cycle, leaving Isthmus. Telephone Pan- FOR SALE:-High Compression alu- a
i Rcod condition. PSLride $60.00. Call ama 3-1022 or 3-1898.o minum heads for 1949 to 1953 Beach. Tephone Welea 13for 1924r Ptro15 1 _.
GCood condition. Price $60.00. Call Borch TIN
Gamorboa 104 or 452 or see 1021. FOR SALE:-1951 4-door Pontiac, 743 FOR DE T
.RG-AIN! Chi ese furr ture, for 19,000 miles, original owner, -
sale, refrigerator G. E. 60 cycles, 700.00. 145 Pedro Miguel. Tel- Bids will be recei ad nthe Di e of
in very good condition. 35th St. phone 4-577. the Supply and Service Directordoor
E... st o oi 35No FOR SALE-1952 Mercury Monterey ob, Heights or Divio, ot FOR.RENT-Two or b *l
r7,. CH FOR ARMED FORCES WEEK hard top gray and black hydratoR Hor, 'Commisary Division, Mount :0 F.RENT or ;" bed' a d i
SALE:-Philco Refrigerator, l tic, radio, seat covers, excellent m., Wednesday, June 10, 1953, PitiNa Road, 121. u
7-. 1 WATCH F
S SALE:-Philco Refrigerator al- condition, low mileage. Call after whe they will be opened in public, WATCH FOR ARMED FORCB WEIK
Snw.Son Francisco, 14th St. 4:00 p. m. Fort Glick 88051. for furnishing 3,570,000 pounds of -- K
,o.-22. FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Sedan, $1,- Fine Granulated Sugar. Forms of FOR RENT
SSALE-8 pc. bamboo livingroom 750.-Con-finance.,Will trade. Tel. proposal, with full particular, may
t, im;totion bamboo 'liVingtoom 3-5069. be obtained in the office of the
set 7 pcs. Steel des porch furni- Supply and Service Director; al- Apa mentsR PR

b rc- Muoa s t Ap rt fR CHEVROLET

ing machine, excellent condition, -t6._ originall owner, 1950 (Octob- FOR SALE:-Borgain, photographic furished. Call phone -2943.
;5 cycle fan, oak diningroom 4.-,oor Sedan, Peru gray, blue- equipment: 16 mm. Cin d ALHAMBRA APARTMNTS C A t k LE
tble and six chairs, kitchen ,le osey, unrsea, x, wth accessory ds
le nd six choirs, kitchen table leather uph Specil with acc si etc tr 'od Two ard four room fuo mshrd aMonday toS O LDSM DBILE
Steel buffet, chest df 'dfa*ers cmd cellent condition, $1.250. May be aph w r ec Q Mr urnurnished portnwits; prite P.
vanity rocking chairs, wicker choirs. financed. Phone 3-1610. House rd closed Bordens. 8061, 10th Strd Q eS =t,
Baliboa 3668. House f416-A. *" 8 1r4 Heve Place, Marpgrita. Panamo City. Cristobd Tele phon e Cole S t
F -OR 5A L E :- -B e o utifu r Oe nu tn e C hi FO R S A L E .- .- -9 5 Z Fo rd V -8 C u s- P A N A M A ,-AN A L C A N Y "F W C O W
D L gaon rt g in perfect con- tomline 4 door. sedan, radio, For- O FFiS REFRISUkTOR' PARTS FO r N T: .Fuwlshed ap.-ownt.
s Wagon in perfectcn For- M PAR FOR RENT:---F
"~ 8 x 10, .A Iar'gdin'. MoHo-* plastic- seat covers. 2- FI R SALE in public, Vv t;
risti bed,.bVit-jn. bpo. k- 3 r 1 -A Holde ed s, for nig In publ,
b t. h will be received until 10:30 A. M.. o ii
Sf, black top. 37th St. No. 7 d June 2 195, th office of Super-
& E-Socrif ice,- *, *fr-e9-9* idelr nt dent -of Storqhouses,.Bathpa. for FO RtENT' --- 8t' r -r nie r .e
25: ft.~or~a~oin inside and ataibld. 6 Pda
25 cycle. 419 Porfo Bello ; d it the "5o" Area, Balboa. In- ehdes: r tei,. stwve, ,,wae
St. eon, C, Zvitatisn No. 33 may be dbtoined heater- fr wash c. .w
L :" 25 cycle Frigidaire. Te ,hiin
2 5cycei-g" idaire. SAL F from the above soutceb, or from of- Telephone 3 382 du ing office J I
: 2 Eofi O f Superintendent of Storehouses, hours or 3-4 I7 oenl A.
,.geln Must go, owner leaving, telephone 2-1815.
,rl,/0;W eria Ideal. Tel. 3-1216, 2 8 f G
IP. deal. Tel. 3-1216, cFOR SALE:- -Jig Saw. AtlS, heavy* T S g 4
sin ll with FOA LE:-'- $ CushbFan Eagle, duty. 25 cycle motor. Rhone 2-FOR ;N A
Condition. 32nd St. No. 45, be- 50 mles per gallon. Call 25-3368 pOR SALE:-Fish aquarium with fish, Yo S-
tween 8-12 noon Qt. R8-D Roussu. air pump lights, etc. Also will FOR RENT:-.C futhed m i?
Ft O SALEWATCH FOR ARMED FORCES WEEK treode nw 25 cycle washing ma- w ,ith 'llaI ms to one two oe Ue@. NVl I 1A .M r i
FOR SALE R*cirfor aS 60, cyle, or will sell. B*lem Ip Bell Vlo, Juito L -
FOR SALE 2-6302, COnal Wne. AV@. v N: 57, car *r df
SBoats & Motors rR O tPANAMA CANAL COMPANY -4th ef
AR SALE:--Mercury 7.5 H.P. out- Real Estate OFFERS MISCLA S IEMS i .
board .motor, us~d twice. Call FOR. SALE-Estllished quick service Seled bi or o li
,c._r _:00 pT. r.Tel. 3-181. laundry in the heart of Colon. yill be received until 10:30 A. M. -ld. R rnces i n"1ll f '
R SALE: 15 ft. cabin cruiser Truck, machinery and equipment 2 Jun' 1953, in the office of Super chl r ca "
with 14 H.P. Evinrude out board to 3 V2 years old. Opportunity for Intendent of Storehouses, Blboa, for Ab d, 5th. St. Ap. 1, C
S engine and trailer. Complete wood energetic pseson. Purchase con be BolI Tubes located at the Commis- on.
working machinery, all machines made with Or without real-estate. scary -Division, Mt. Hope; Metal W. English sp
with separate motors, all 25 cycle. if interesteC you may contact E Cap, Lime Rickey Extract, Chloro- ln. Reference. u
1953 Plymouth cronkbrook, 4 door Lavamitico. 8054; 11th St. Colon thymol Crystals and Truck located at Av52, Ap. i .
black with tires, radio, tinted win- or Phone i462. Cristoil Storeh uck; Gasoline En-
idows. House 5434-8, Diablo. C. Z. WATCH FOR ARMED FORCES WIIK Vine Row Boat octed at Section
.8.TCH FOR ARMED FOICES WIEK I," 4olboo Storehouse; and Drills, '
R ARMED Grinding Machines, Generator, Pumps, IWi X
R SALE:-20 ft. boat, new cabin. LESSO 5 Winch, Sewing Machines, Hoist, X
Leaving. Any recsonpble.offer con- IS O S Water Meter Regiters and Plumb-
S siderd. Telephone 6-490 Gimioo. Discriminating parents wont tb ing fixtures located in the "300" Ml f
S-- BEST in ballroom dancing for their Are Balboa. Invitation No 34 may
LOng Hop children. SMART children want the be toined from the above sources
newest and latest steps. Join the or fm office of Superintendent of ld Pl .
LOS ANGELEB ,May 28 (UP) new Cotillion Class for ballroom 3toero s, telephone 2-1815. ;
A French Transports instruction in both America a OR. SALk -Amoteur Radio Stat on
btercontinentaux DC-6B took Latin-American dances especially comle te. e to
Pf t 7:28 .m. tod t for 'Teen-Agers beginning 3 Jur complete. Phoe 2-6302, after 4 oth-
S Mpt to fly nontoo o P~t a in "El Panamo." Taught by Llona _L_ --- t__ ersMt -e I
stance of 5,700 mls. Sears, formerly Staff .neM iber of FOR :-Flve retread tires and postt o
SArthur Murray Studios ona Fred tubes 15 x 820. Never used. Din- ed a f or '
F'RISTOL, R. I. (UP)- The Astaire Studios, New York City, I n m furniture extension table H
S 9-year-old brick CkO t Tel. Pan. 3-1565 for further in- 6 chairs, buffet, mahogany. Phone Bl .
7D TeI. Pon. 3-1565 for further in-
Wilt by Zebedee PaUB that formation. 2-3708. House 0954 Amador Cas d In ded Teresa
withatood two hurrcane. and -Ye
numerable storms cols j IiA ed FOR SAIR: Piano upright Grand, Arth.Si 2
ntly under the for WANTED A n poot m acne, obElem $1
actively mild sou'eayter. ie Ioo neoIn bb
dmark had been acant for Miscellaneous cr br G 6 Colon- CistobalB
years. Embassy Secretory desires 3, bd- OS ITEMS High, ley si dlP "
room house. Telephone 3-0~ 5. O1 S IES High,.S
Legal Notice Diplomat and wife desire furnished o pen ng i bln public, .. ..
United S~at of Amee house or' apartment, 2 bedroom- .vill be received until 10:30 A. M. Tilley, alboa
nd States rict boa, fo :,r Felt Thermale ow l" .
Dis-trict Of The Ce I CA*f o I 5 Sads Fi bus The Iantet, n l wh"
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Lurt fr the Canal Zetn this tenth IiIIkbEi bah i long
C. T. M*CORMICK, Jr.,, ".

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Deputy Clerk
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White Sox

S urfew Halts Contests

With Teams Tied At 2-2
NEW YORK, May 28 (UP)-Roy Campanella,
with his second homer of the game in the ninth in-
nieg, beat the Giants 5-3 in a big Brooklyn thriller
Ierst night.

The four-ply swat gave Brook-
lyn a game the Giants figured
they had already won on earlier
homers by Hank Thompson and
Wes Westrum that had more
than countered campanella's
first four base blow. Relief pitch-
ir Joe Black picked up an easy
Victory with one inning of aid to
at rter Billy Loes.
Milwaukee stayed In front by
il games in the National by de-
feating the Cubs 9-4, while the
thils ended a five-game losing
streak by drubbing Pittsburgh
142. then lost again 8-6. The
Cards defeated Cincy 6-3.
In the Ameircan League the
Tigers and White Sox battled
to a 2-2 15-Inning curfew-halt
eq tie as eadh team made f2
hits while the Yankees topped
W;Nshinrton 3-1, the Athletics
defeated Boston 4-3 and St.
Louis ended a nine-game los-

Cofmpy Burns Hearni

Williams, 2b'
Dark, ss
Thomson cf
Thompson, 3b
Lockman, If
Mueller, rf
Gilbert, Ib
Westrum, c
Hearn, p
_ Totals

SGilliam, 2b
. Reese. ss
Snider, cf
Robinson, If
Campanella, c
'J~odges, lb
Cox. 3b
Furllio. rf
Loer p
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4 0. 0 3 '0
3 2 1 1 2
4 0 0 2 0
4 0 0 1 0
3 0 1 13 0
4 1 1 4 4
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2 1 1 4 0
4 0 1 3 0
5 1 0 1 0
4 2 2 4 1
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3 0 0 1 2
4 0 1 4 0
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1 0 0 0 0
0 0 0 0 0
34 5 192 21

ing streak with a 5-1 win ever
Cleveland which ended a four
game winning streak.
Milwaukee snowed its usual
bounce, picking up four runs in
the fifth alter the Cubs scored
four in their half, three on Hank
Sauer's homer. Andy Pafko's
three-run homer was the big
blow for the Braves and Ic the
following inning they clinched
matters by scoring four' more
runs-three of them unearned.
Reliever Johnny Antonelli gain-
ed his third win.

Robin Roberts picked up his
seventh victory with a six-nitter
as Bill Nicholson drove in six
runs with a triple, double and
single but Pittsburgh rebounded
to win the second game with a
six run rally in the eighth in
which Frank Thomas hit a two-
run single and pinch-hitters Car-
los Bernier, Joe Garagiola and
George Metkovich each drove in
runs with singles.

St. Louis scored four runs in
the first inning as Red Schoen-
ditnst hit his sixth homer to give
Mike Clark a good cushion for
his first big league win which he
achieved with relief help from Al
Gus Zernial's homer in the,
eighth gave Alex Kellner the
margin for his sixth victory as
the Athletics edged Boston. Hoot
Evers homered tor the losers.
Rookie Bobo Hollonan scored
his first victory slaca. his no-
hitter ever the Athleties but
needed relief help from Satch-
el Palge, who held Cleveland
scoreless for the final 3 2/3
innings with two hitp.
The Yankees picked up three-
hit pitching from lefty ftn Lopat
while Joe Collins, Yogi Berra and
Billy Martip belted homers for
all their runs.
Harry Dorish pitched six-hit
relief ball for 10 1/3 innings and
yielded only one run while strik-
ing out seven but his perform

Teams W L Pet
Milwaukee 22 11 .6
St. Louis 21 13 .611
Brooklyn 21 14 ..W
Philadelphia 18 14 .561
New York 19 17 .521
Pittsburgh 13 22 .371
Chicago 11 21 .44
Cincinnati 9 22 .290
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh
New'!ork at Brooklyn
St. Louis at Cincinnati
No other game scheduled.
Phila. 250 0W 0 1614 13 0
Pittsburgh 100.000 1 2 6 3
Roberts (7-13) ad Burges.
Dickson (4-5), Bowmhn, Pettit
and Garaglola.
Night Game
Phila. 102 001 -110 11 2
Pittsburgh 001 100 x-8 12 1
Ridlk, Drews (3-), R!n
and Lopata. Hall, ).
Dickson and Sandl6ok, G -

Night Game
New York 010 110400-3 0 3
Brooklyn 100 100 003-5 & 3
Hearn (3-4) and; Wesa4um.
Loes, Black (3-2) and Campa-

Night Game
Chicago 000 040 00-4 6 3
Milwaukee 000 044-01-9 13 1
Rush (3-6), Klippstein, Leon-
ard and Atwell. Wilson, Anto-
nelli (3-1) and Crandall.
Night Game
St. Louis 401 100 000-4 11 i
Cincinnati 100 O11 000-3 17 0
Clarke (1-0), Brazle and tce,
Raffensberger (1-5), Smith., l-
lum and Landrith, Semllick. L
Teams W L Pet.
New York M4 11 *I
Chicago 23 15 .000
Cleveland 19 13 .594
Boston 20 1
Washington 19 18 .514
Philadelphia 17 22 3AS
St. Louis 11 23 .4A1
Detroit 10 27 .270


S- a went to waste iu the meara- ngson ac ruAsut iu
3-Two outs when winning runs thon at Chicago. Chicago had the Washington at New Yrk
s' cored. bases loaded in the ninth, 11th No other ga* sc duled. ,
Sa-Flied out for Loes In 8th.. and 13th Innings without scoring.
Errors-Cox, Dark 2. Thomp- ESTERDAT'S ISSMTS
*. Loen Reoe. RBj-Reese, Yesterday's Star-Roy Cam- Washington 100 000 000-1 3 1
Sime lbert. Thompson, Cam- panella of the Dodgers who hit New York 11 100 00x-3 8 1
A 4, Weptrum, T-Reese. two homers, his 15th and lth, Masterson (2-6), Stobba and
CL pThom n, Cagmpanellm 2. the second coming with two on Fitzgerald. Lopat (4-0) and Bear-
SeWestrum. DP Campanella to base in the nInth to defeat the ra.
q nisa; Williams to tDark to Giants 5-3,
* Gilbert;, Gilliam to Bese to Night Game
* Hodgtil LOB New York 8, (Called at end of 15th inning)
10. BOB Hearn 6, HUSKIES SHUT OUT Det, 000 010 001 000 00-0 12 0
St Sack 2.-0 4 leam 5, Chi. 100 000 100 000 000-2 12 2
4 1 O-Ipes 4 in 8 Innings; Seattle. Wash.-(NEA)-When Houtteman, Madison (9) and
I3aL1 In 1 R&ER--Hearn 5 Washington failed to wla a sin- Oinsberg, Bucha (9); Dobson,
a 2-2: Loes .3 and 2. WP .- gle race at the Intercollegiate Dorlsh (5) and Lollar.
* Mn.BP--Thompson by Loes Regatta on Syracuse's Onondaga
* Ro 1 Hearn. PB--Westrum, Lake in 1952, it.was the first time Night Game
| CampBeala: Winner Black (3- since 1932 Husky crews had been Cleveland 000 100 000-1 9 0
* 2. Leoer Bearn,(3-4). 'npble to score. St. Louis 016 310-00x-5 8 3
Lemon (4-5) and Hegan. Hol-
loman (2-2), Paige and Court-

j Great Interest Being Shown yGmn -e
rea t Night Game
StBoton 001 M000-311 0
May 30 Marathon Classic ooo* 0,,-,,,
In M a 30 Ir O C SIc Orissom 2-3), Nixon and Niar-
hos. Kellner (6-4) and Murray.
Sport. fas all over thepoun istacles sometimes ake the dif- inris MHar IDefeat
t-Y have evinced great anxiety fterence in a ra?, esvecl, ly Do is Hali Defetis
.tor the marathon classic to be when the field is thick with bet- I P
wrun. Mav 30 in the mammoth ter than fir opponents, somrc \hnricy F-r IM rtj-.
track meet slated for the M nt f whom may use the circa -y y Ins
Nope stadium. The maratlhoa stance as a basis for an lrregu-
eet, creased by the fact To masek things clear, it should ITVmb eiawU s
the Bolvarlan chamolon, faus! WOtemambered that no one goes
tno, LdPes, Is registered for p.r- ot forever. and with the ever PARIS, May 2 (UP) Mis-
tc-patons. s s team of new runner# Doris Hart of Coral Oables,
Speak of T.athis s.a s might hapen. Th dtefted "ls Shirley rf
winner of taios of Mte tov that five member Akron, Ohio, eight-six, ._4jillr
ra .ces hela .. nwlv organized "Club tO qualify for te.flels- i
the .other .ide of the sthmuS ISSI a registered for women sn es of -

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Ike Repudiates Taft's 'Forget

The UN In Korea' Statement

President Elsenhower s a I
flatly today that he does not
ghare the view of Sen. Robert A
Taft that the United States
should forget the United Na-
tions as far as the Korean war
is concerned.
He said the Senate Republi-
can leader Is entitled to his own
convictions, but that in the
President's opinion, a "go-it-
alone" policy has no place in
American planning.
the Chief Executive told his
news ceanference that no sin-
gle ftee action can live ane
In this world.
He said no solution of the Ko-
rean war should te adopted
which. according to our con-
sciences, is basically unfair to
South Korea.L
In connection with the truce
talks, the President restated his
mnhageible position that
there be no forced repatriation
of pritners. He said the Allies
stand together on this principle.
South Korea has opposed the
latest U.N. truce plgna. alling it
a "surrender" to me Commu-
South Korean President Syng-
man Rhee also has said his gov-
ernment will Insist on nothing
le than a unified Korea at the
end of hostilities.
The United States view Is
that uach unity will be impos-
.aIble to attain quickly.
SSen. John 3. Sparkntan (D.-
la.) says Taft may be to blame
'i the current Korean truce talks
He told newsmen Taft's "go
It alone in Korea" speech in ef-
feet "'torpedoed" an armistice
statement President Elsenhower
mhad ade only i few hours ear-
,Taft's declaration kicked uno
Idall in congressional and dip-
Ssti circus. The highlights:

S O mae, with only
three dissenting votes, wrote a
Srider hth a State Department
appirgptuona bil outlawing
meay for he .N. It Red Chi-
na er Jt asetted. Sponsor-
I en' was Sen. Everett
Si (.-Del.). strong

IDp F lomate admitted ori-
y the feared Taft's state-
ig "an iht unhappily give the
4)a of Amelican dliaun-
a t the very moment the Alliea
S trying to sell the Commu-
ateon the secret new United
Ftuo truce plan.
e) Ser Walter F. George of
ge a, ranking Democrat or
the Coeign Relations Commit-
e, said the speech was "trade'
because it sungeted a police
-ttaLt would "isolate" America
and possibly lead to World War
4) Some Republicans were dis-
4rbedl because of the possible
rToe_ ion on the armnlstice
.talk But Sen. Bourke B. Hick-
enloOper (R.-Ia.). a Toreign Re-
latlont c, tteeman, empha-
esed thatTaft was delivering
, ly .his own Peraonal viewP and
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Meanwhile South Korea to-
d day pressed its drive to block
I a Korean truce on terms of
. the latest United Nations pro-
s posal, calling It a surrenderr"
to the Communists.
r Nim. South Korean assembly-
men went to the U. N. truce
* camp at Munsan to protest-per-
sonafly to the chief Allied ne-
i gotiator, Lt. Gen. Willpm K.
- Harrison.
i Their visit occurred amid un-
confirmed reports that President
Eisenhower would appeal direct-
Iv to Rhee as a last resort to pre-
vent South Korea from with-
drawing from the truce talks
scheduled to be resumed at Pan-
munjom next Monday.
The assemblymen told Harri-
son ot an hour-long meeting
that the United Nations was
"surrendering" to the Reds in
its new proposal by permitting
Communist troops of Poland and
Czechoslovakla to enter South
Korea as guards of anti-Red
Chinese and North Koreans.
Informed sources In Washing-
ton said, however, that the new
pdan would permit only India to
send troops to Korea.
It was learned here, however.
the new plan calls for 5.200 arm-
ed foreign troops, including 100
Communists, to take over guard
The breakdown includes
5.000 Indlas and 5 each from
the foei other neutrall" na-
tions--Peland, Cseeheeboivaa,
Switzerland and Sweden.
South Korea was reported to-
day to have decided to pull all
its troops out of the battle line
In cas. it carries out a threat to
withdraw completely from the
truce talks.

Seoul government sources said
the decision was made at an
emergency meeting of Rhee's
ombinet Tuesday to map resis-
tance against the new Allied ar-
mistice plan.
South Korean government
sources began to reveal what
went on at the cabinet meeting
Monday. They said the cabinet
decided on a seven-point pro-
gram to be put into effect If
South Korea quit the truce
One of the points was sq
to have been the withdrawal
of all Korean troops from the
fret line. They have Ibee
manning more than half of
the 155-mile Itae fpr eathL.
Rhee and his government re-
peatedly have urged "unifica-
tion or death" and a drive to the
Allied authorities do not eo-
gard a unified Korea bounded
on the north by the T an aa
prerequisite to an arm ce.
The new Allied tree, plan
yields to Red demands an "some
points, Informed sources re-
ported in Whashngton yesterday
The U.N. dropped Its W
that a five-nation neutrt com--
mission reach Its decl-indt on
prisoanr plbleas by ixiau vs
vote. It now agrees toima anxJ
The Am also have areed
to tret beth Red Chla"
sad North. Koreas prisoner
alike as far as repatrisatlonm I
Previously, they wanted to
turn only about 14.000 "non-
Koreans" over to the commis-
sion and give the resat of the 48,-
000 unwilling. prisoners im-
mediate civilian status in South

Ex-RP-Flag Vessels Named

As Red Chinese Troopships
WASHINGTON, May 28 (UP) mar is now in Chinese Commu-
SThe Stiate Department gave nist hands, Mortob aaid.
Senate investigators* today the Mundt said the subcommittee
names of two British ships that did not know the size of theyes-
carried Communist troops in se or how many troops were
China in 1951 and 1952. carried.
The names--and the hames of Names of the ships had been
the ships' British qwners-were classified, as secret, but the
announced by act1t3 chairman State Department disclosed them
Karl E. Mundt (R.-S.D.) of the at the subcommittee's urging
Senate Investigating Subcom- after the British complained
mittee. that they could not answer the
subcommittee charges because
The British had denied sub- they were not specific.
committee charges that British
ships transported Communist Aaslstnnt subcommittee coun-
troops and had demanded that sel Robert F. Kennedy testified
it supply ship names and other hurt week that at least two Brit-
details. ish-owned ships had carried
ommunist troops In the Far
In a letter to the subcmnmit- Eat
tee, assistant seretary- of state M dt said the State Depart-
Thurston B. Morton identified ment letter "confirmed and
the vessels as the Perico, then elaborated on this testimony."
owned by Wallem & 40.. Ltd., of The Panamanian government
Hong Kong. and the Miramar cancelled the registration of
then owned by Wheelock, Mar- both vessels after the troop-
den & Co.. Ltd.. Hong Kong. haulin trips were brought to Its
Both ships were registered un- attention by the State Depart-
der the Panamanian flag at the ment.-
time of the trips. The Perico was :ut Mundt said there was no
later sold for scrap. The Mkia- evidence that the department
protested to the British who
owned the vessels.
The details as stated in Mor-
fsteTrr ton's letter:
1) In July, 1051. the Paerico,
flying tbh&Paamanian flag and
V owned by WaRem & Co.. Ltd.,
"made a voyage from a Yellow
Sea port to the Pearl River es-
t r ngrying Chinese Commu-
S 1t trst Further informt.lon
Indicates that this ship carry-
; ing Chinese Communist troops
called from Hainan Island to
the Pa I River estuary during
thtf wasu o indication that
S "the s changed hands until it
was sold for scrap in Hong Kong
in Aprii, 1953. but Its Panama-
NWan ,registry was cancelled by.
the PanamA government on Ott.
S 24. 191.
2) Tha department has "rell-
able InforMtlm alleging" that
th Mtramar arrved to shan-
Wp your furniture and wood- CO mmun
I for weeks! And Jemenm'e 1mA caflce ed
o say to y, tool Itels w
rotMec-aB in a aifab opera. all-m a Co.
ordimmy poelsea, jabost has been
, wMot fade or eomes woat came Into m
dust Why? Jm oMase Com ..
Smourt no a Give your aubcommattle.
Ming "tih... JohinM -r *tish eliis


Fr or from lb
of this ye
e w. w x Stbcoal

r-- of

e the day the armltee lie-
ae effectlv6,
The new decision to.handle
San the n through te
cmmrisio may be one of te
reasons the 8oeut reans an
presently boycottiNg the truce
The Allie are a to be op-
timistic over chanethat their
new lan wll bosJ the dead-
lock, e wq rmay want to
end the w'.
Details of the pla were
secret but many of t. provinh
have been reported offileBy.
Original U.N. prmpoals that
the commission act i unasil
mouse vot were motivated Su
the fer that India would ade
with Poland and the CeCleh
In special -statements iued
Tuesday, however, both Pree-
ident Eisenhower and Brittl
Prime Minister Winston
Churchl Indicated the AlUe
have moved closer to the Indian
truce plan approved by the U.N.
General Asembl.
Also, It is pointed out, Ind
appears generally to oppose the
Idea of forced repatriation.

Attack FiMin

South Koreans

8OUL, Korea, May 28 (UP)-
The heaviest fighting In si
months rued along the KIorma
battleff todaas South Ko-
rean trooB dsoe4-e
to hold the ltoa
more thea 3- attakln -
Te Red attacks., Iaun~ed
about 10 p... ye.trdaU raged
throghOuf the nigth tfAne
fighting st was ing on at 6

hh ours
p.m. today, 20 hours later;
An 8th Ay spokesman said
the attacking force was estimat-
ed at "elements from three df-
ferent regiments." Earler reports
had Indicated only 3500 Red n-
Mortar md artillery fire blaz-
ed along the front in support of
the Red attacks.
Lae reports said the Reds at-
tacke 14 outposts and captured
e. Both sides were still bat-
tling for possession of four others
and the South Koreans held
firmly to five.
Finger Ridge; on the central
front, took the brunt of the as-
sault. Soldiers of the 8th Rok
Division were shoved from four
of the five outposts attacked
A barrage of at least 10,000
rounds of a6rt and mortar
supported the Chinese assaults.


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guard Georgescu's SoBs.
ne pro posal called to the
department's attention w a s
from a New York war. veteran
every member of the Rma-
nian legation" be held "until
-the R manan government de-
Myera 'hAuh the' sons of

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MEXICO CTr. U1 (UP)-- Ato tgVr OI
The newVpaper M d re- pnt,,
ported yesterday t Commu- for hijtun c
nists from Ouatma have in- f1,0KI. Xe
filtrated Mexico to roeh an ex- peddlingf
tent that they "already tend to a licensec
dominate" a section of the bor- Panamanian.
der between the two countries. admonihed to-
The ne*spapeU aid that pro- 8tanley mHIf
Red labor leadan_.aved the way old fPnamanal
fIr Captmuzb Influx by or- reckless driving
S mh friends of Guatema- noon soll
ia" gr Tspachula "to foster' a o a W I
Comm n thinking." l t l
Similar propaganda groups natul1a w
have beeau p n Comitan, uau D
Comalapa, -rtersa'nd Moteo- m s,
sinti, Nevedade said, while out- uS-wNJasnfs
right. "Communalst celbl" have t"i.wa? 0=
beam In Qa ldad Widal. Antenle 3
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