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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01609
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MUnro said:
"The Interpretation by the
House Appropriations Vomtalttee,
as given to me, would be t at t
(Section '107) would aft faeiftd
local-rate employes. As far asout
position Is concered*, we we stlU
Investigatin the wUn*g ot ee-
tlon 107. We hope to have clIai-
tying language froia Senate."
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by the Homse WedsMha reads
as follows:
"Punds available to the Canal
Zone Government or the Pana-
ma Canal Company for the pay-
ment of salprles ad eampensa-
tlon to pernon- m-P-e- outside
the continental Unit states
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THIS IS YOUR PORUM THI RMADMI OWN COLUMN WASHINGTON There's
businessman who la willing It

THE MAIL B OX tles e $3,006 o=
o -- those of Its graduates Jt casn
train to help run the coMp a."
The Meil Box is Oa ope f~m for Meade rs of Th Peaseme Amer- the ntio's second lmIee
ken. Letters nareesivedd eteal4 y ad are h@andWe d INa a wh1U4 aI producer, Bethlehlem =
dental manner. Its chairman, Eu ene O ., ,a
if ye satribte a le 'tbe d aat ael l ad eR snmt appar as u offmeti the mODney Pm head
next day. Lettes swe pabhbehd Ia the edor ie--good O iee trained heWs -
Plesoe s *L keep the letter ied to -m peIs kehtothe fr Mbalar-
Ide tity t fIeter weuois a helb diitSe caidefinl. ships or any other needs of the .
Thi. ewspep ergemem as e p -x i Tfor atemeat a epmism shoals which can spply up to .
expressed in tt o ses. 100 young men for" train-
S- o ing. There's only one condUitO.
The college grads must
SERVICE CIRCUMSTANCES through the t rasiin mcousM A
remain with te fn lea t
sir: four months afterwards.. .
The veteran Or*ce may. e
I have read the gripes of the Canal Zone Americans about more venturesome than the
their wages being cut and what they are going to do about It. other Industrialists, but they're
The question is, who is going to tight for the service people all faced with the same problem,.
who have also goLten a cut In the small salary they were getting? which, as a collegian of the
The Americans of the Canal Zone have lived like kings down early thirties, I can attest never
here for years, then when they get a cut they can't take It. bothered any one of us. Today
Wnat are we supposed to be cattle? I think patriotism Is there are just too few men for
a poor substitute for food and clothes, and I have never seen a too many jobs.
Y idow yet that the government has taken care of. I
If the Canal Zone Americans want medical care they can Industrialists all over the
come to the Army dispensaries. They can always get an A.P.C. nation are raiding tA& alter-
pill for whatever ails them. alties to got to the campuses
When the Canal Zonians go to Congress. rd like them to put first wit hthe most It ofaFrs.
in a word for us. Maybe one of their sons will be one of us some For this is a spring wth a
cay. As to the future, what do we have to look forward to for record hih in employment.
our families?
Maybe the next time Canal Zone employes vote they willU The statistics over at the La-
think more carefully and not listen to pretty speeches, and prom- bor Department, which you can
ises that are made and never kept. get ii you can tear yourself away
Maybe the service people should all quit and refuse to defend from. the sunny mall on
their country because they aren't paid enough. reveal that there are now
Very Disgusted ly LOW00.0= more people wo
ing than at this time a .-....- .
ago. In mldApril there were 61.- _____ _______..__.
PAGING ALL EPUBLICANS 228,000 persons holding jobs. an a..
Stinemployment is at an ay-


SIn celebrations of the first proposed pay cut for Canal Zone henr ar2,000 colle t ng ow M .i-
employes, I think it would be a good Idea for the Republicans on poymnt Insurance.y
the Zone to stage a demonstration. Suggest that they revive But what's mast encoura- -
some of the campaign hysteria displayed here on the night of the in in the cool and trimmed
eetion by getting out their "I Like Ike" buttons and march down Labor Demriment to I find fascination In the tribulations of Mr. a that the ballplayer has gned a -
own to the brewery in mass for a beer party as there will not word from Secretary of L.abor John Wayne, .the musc .movlng-piette hero It doesn't mean M am i8=
be enough money for anything else. The brewery might even Martin Durkin that the wi Wthe angle set of e elon. n the d hn
have to spend some of the good-money it made under the Demo- men don't hae to be earth Wayne is supposed to have groaned a half- to ..
rats and furnish tne beer tree. scientists, or nuclear, electro. m clams last year. and Inanswaeto inall- >_and _teat b
-nf eunts thmory atomic man demand remarks cas n that they lived I& mot .. a d t a t
1 Told U specialists, or cmioalngt- a l up an tey ain't got a LUst means b
neers to pick up Sf00-a-week i Wayne. meantinle. Is asking Pa for tons. A
Jfobs to start. It helps to bea temporary setlement of $13.01 per month, which amply a
ST.CNICIAN PUTS IT ON TH LINE special. ButIt's notvt I find equally fascinating., Ido i know what A At Ane tO
woman can do in past performance to earn the
ar Like Bethlehem Steel which right to 3 grand a month tq keep her in at
I said that "men who hat studied but It must be something prettyspectac
The following letter accompanied a Canal employee's resigna- business daministratlen are re- One knows tham is hih ahnd tga
tion.. This man is a highly-trained technician, respected and quired for other activities," axes o ar treetop tall. but out of ia halfSU A
liked In his community. His replacement will necessitate requlsa- other Industrialists have inform. -gram plus deddi l5. to we a fell abaW
;Uonnt s a ma s fromn a 6te 1 is reasons for leaving are the ed Durkin's rearchers that keep something outof the tke to b
%Mealt o Of r peent contft ay. there are openings for those who now and then. ,seW
: eatr Sir: speci allied In manageme hung o to $5 but that i
"Resigit lg. a tiithatt MAg severing relattons of near-
A, yer H stj2t ndfa. with 0 anj u t sy n locations reiulres. On and
(e* Umnastio n't-o smne trse to onmlselstrctloon of purpose. > med
"n aeasep this as a osftifleI statement that, Ia re-Thrar e itat co
; nsttlSerpeae^s ui ^ ha hearings One Is that a m a ca lhm = L.
ulevan agaitor remeer tsr ay employe, superior or sub- In rs, s.. z year. tIs t at
SThU~position the employment I have ever had. Give tha1 a. now hapw' ln union can
during my school years and fdr a short period after graduation [oea u" longto a.I rn the n .
from college I did work In the United States, serving a machin- of I. The te nonIme Bit maney has alwaL .the
st's aprenteship. However, this was only a temporary meas- I for us then, w $1 became of t non-issae W it ith,
ure while seeking an acceptable position In which, by diligence ea if na oSqe50 reared on raton Alger,
'and honest effort, I could expect to reach a level commensurate tOona ou Wea&n it mon of hBaedt toll and b Rear u yeb will
With my qualifications and ability to meet competition. Wth ot together. May ryod- ever trite t .hereof
hls objective la view and Intent to remain until retirement, I have td. Big mene no longer s a o cn ara
lame to the Ihanus as a student engineer Inducements were in certain tiny, and genall a, Sthe s pe r.,..
Numerous, especially those of security and the sense of satisfac- And it doesn't look like you "
tlon that accomaaittes the knowledge that accomplishments wer we will. There Is, for example a
sincerely appreciated and the Canal battered to some degree be- demand tor lawyers, th Labor \
aause of them. Department discloses, especially W
in tax, patent admanlatrative, B
"I have watched these Intueements disappear with reg. admiralty and international Wlt I
clarity *t by *ae -r even the Indueement of severity. law. Also for men who'll accept .
"I have laest the feeling that what I am de isg here is ap- trainee-positions In banks pre-
sel by my Governa t and, of greater a paratory to taking posts as de-
.t futWity saa hl esenep I attemplu to com- apartment heads and,. branch BROAWAY NOCTURNE t
bat the inelpipe repB fr that entMt, since I managers. g -y y ow
Sespl l taillto andeirstead he And, says Durkin: ,The, Wft a a sebalt ertal 7 h r .. B i
1H "a h efaeo h anm aandI "The demand for accountants .. b aelster of .stars --
"That the welfare of the Panama Canal and itp employee is l3 expected to remain high dur- And !t Pt te nD the water '
u.ject to and controlled vy the whims and vagaries of remote ing. the defense mob!lzation W acig sl1er ba s.
tical groups, beyond contact and Incognizant of the problems period and for at -least a year
orotng the Canal Zone enploye, keeps me in a continually or two thereafter. College grad- Weo't at4- t table
state. My physical lH ke-up can stand no more and I With courses in business O a tetui hgll over the baey
W ith the on l weapon at y disposal the attached administration as well as in ac- AUg5 S5 II I k iaMx d hwer
ou. only ahe tng are preferred to those m mali uti f wa
,eIa rained only & aoIn n tlng.
SincerelY side Bound business estab- dreams Stlr M. O

than in public account firms. ,
WE MUST FIGHT NOW! The demand for certified public
accountant. i strong At present, t- t,
.and continued gains in employ- ,.
To the Canal zonee pregle the Governor and the Lt. Gov- menit are pec ted over the long


b a o all Incntve tolive and ork In the C, Z. ,If this bill 7 eio soie go#od.l'
< aet. now, the only benefit let to us will be our annual au.
s ow hais our only chisel of stopping these
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wflh picnic Some of the best bridge players
( : L ke in this country so enter a
bed-bridge club or a tourna-
Of B ment. They do m pf their
. .uce playing at home, or perhaps in
*s one a country club.. G. .Money, of
On"Barbados in the BritUh West In-
IL .. nrd...' the dies, In a player of this mo.
8 ., -Appropriately enough, Money
Odds M"-,.p of is a banker and he plays bridge
N th plate Ino a conservative but veryskill-
m vd with~ raw ful manner at the Savannah
ton 1 d Club in .Barbados. ToEay's hand
Shows Money at his prudent
M o ttg adisag stobest.
-kickInto West opened the five of dis-
lN. admonds, and my banker friend
and-- played low from the dummy and
Hase es, R.'4 carefully won with the king In
rsIa d tr a terse state-n W 'his own hand. His next step
pi.ewas to lead the king of heart
-m=. ...."**> and overtake with dummy's ace.
""'g wa-h. n-z -........ ..-- Then he continued witft the
ame-U a pkb n. *-" jack of hearts from dummy,
I1nUP -the forcing out uast's queen.
,,e l space I East returned the ten of
a dai appdes, but Money's prudence
.Ogllre. was not a bit strained by this
bil 4e- shift. He put up the aem of .
mkAd spades, winning the trlck, aqd
8 at returned a low-dlamond toward
to-adummy's Jack.
2 1t .West could take the queen of
OWfora mia 2 c on' ha ate noediamonds, but he could not pre-
th irce, t 1DOM i uft '% Menyoo11*, Ito 'another vent, declarer from getting to
h l .r ltorrp tidkt eOM-re a d omd's 'ett'. time, dummy with the jack of dia-
Sor mloufrt, the reo beshroom girls, don't giv- It! a l, cal- mounds to cash the rest of the
IrH oerlehearts. South was -thus sure of
10 but- jjjj-g* Vd4~ftthe dtaperles, wl .nigfour heart tricks, three
guemg at the cost o t car- diamond, and the two black
wOn iamnds. andrtheartwtroks hre
a"8.d' n 'M, sineppar .Odkd .that' hle'-AsemeP, .ve denry, a dIfficult contract
iLto T he,!hoat A Vgow r eyeo matter glves my friend no trouble. He
.can soreItupatthbeginning
xaftto;; wof4 come S%3yu"'is"au're of the -and, Jos as though It
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*". HOLLYWOOD-(NEA) Ex-iblending of U-I's 3-D, wide
clusively Yours: Hollywood's!screen and stereophonic sound ,-
economy panic has reached the with your goose pimples.
lc'ativcs and this howler is No. Sign on the rear of a teen-
I on the filmtown laugh parade: ager's old Ford zipping down
Friend to MGM employee: Sunset Blvd:
"How are things at MGM?" "Just Painted."
MGM Employee: "Terrible. MADNESS MINUS METHOD
they're e laying off whole fami-
lies." ,*GEORGE SANDERS is lifting
* Hollywood eyebrows over his
blasts at "New Wine," the movie '
S\nd it's Jack Carson's gag 1 he just made in Italy with Ingrid ,
1boul w1hy so many film stars Bergman and Roberto Rosmellint.
are playing Las Vegas night He couldn't finish the film until
clubsb. Zsa Zsa Gabor rushed over to
.ulre arc hree reasons," says hold his hand and head and he's
Jac-. TV, 3-D and ND Nolwailing:
Dout2 \ .
Eo *"I've never been so thankful to '
'It ti Roman's new deal with get the,last scene of a film ove.
Warners-one flicker a year- Each morning I was given my .
'enids two years of battling with lines for the day's scenes. There
l;ie-,tuci*o to get out of her con- was no script. The lines were
Ivaci Ida Lupino's mother, written overnight by Rossellinl
Connie. is close to matrimony and Ingrid.
vi'th Al Quadbach, who just! .' .. .- .. . .
ooenced a gambling casino in Las "I've had some bad lines to
Veas... Paramount starlet Ann deliver in my career, but noth-
Rtobinson and boy friend, Bbb ing to equdl these. In the future
T Urncr, backed out of a plan to I'll stay In American or British
wed during the Reno Chamber studios, where at least there's I.
'o Commerce's Silver Spurs method in the madness." ____ ______ .... ......
Awards celebration... "Junior -
'Miss" may be revived on Broad- Ann Blyth's wedding, June 27 1224-page historical novel, "An- "I had my choice of 'Sdid' *of
"w(ay with Joan Davis' 19-year- to Dr. James McNulty, will be to thony Adverse." LeRoy figured anothCr film, 'The Big Heatt,'
ouc oauuhter, Beverly, in the a packed church- 600 guests. it would be a great movie-which and I liked 'The Big Heat' bet-
title role. Nearly 1000 will toast the couple it was-and cabled his boss, ter."
S,* at a reception. Jack Warner:
Montgomery Clift is denying a Glenn's now, loving' t IIp wtih'
bik feud with Jennifer Jones in Marjorie Lord, who should NOTHING PERSONAL Ann Sheridan in "Rage p* the
Rome during filming of "Ter- know, says the stork rumors are Jungle," his first, wide.sree't
ininal Station." false... Rudy Vallee's one-tinre Now it can be told that Glenn film, and packing for a June 26
p, nos 'uAU.iXtoa u amn noA ;I I girl friend, Mary Ann Nyberg, iFord turned down the role of sailing from New Orleans .t do
"It's not true," he told me. has won new distinction with Sgt. O'Hara opposite Rita Hay- "The A..ericano". In ftoWifer .
"She's a sweet person. I enjoyed her fashion designing... Mervyn worth in "Miss Sadie Thomp- Eleanor Powell goes with hlzs
v>o:' :z'A with her very much." LeRoy's book, "It Takes More son," Columbia's remake of and he's smllling:
S" Than Talent," in collaboration "Rain," and he's confessing: .
-'commended: The science- with Alyce Canfield, tells about "I'm afraid she's a little mad at "Every time Fre left town for
fwtiion thriller, lit Came From him being on a world tour in me." There was nothing person- a film the separation rumaols
O"ter Sace." A hair-raising 1934 when he started reading the'al about it, though,.says Genn. started. Thi time we' e safe."


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S.S. "FLAMENCO" ..............................June 12th
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TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, KINGSTON,
HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORURA,
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Before an .enthiiut e assem-
blage of twenty-three members,
Lesle ., Clarke was elected to
the.Perdwtdey of the Atlantic
LiOS l.agu for the -*4 base.
ball eason. Lesi e i we known
to the L fans as s l managed
the Po*t 4*tjb the past
season a=&.hs=bIn an ardent
supporter qba.st for several
years. '
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so elected: Fens Karpinski 1st
Vice-Presldent and George Carl-
son 2nd .VicedreoPeft, Mrs.
Russell A. Weade, Secretary;
Ross Cunningham, Treasurer;
Worfen E. French, Player-Agnt;
Jim MOGICAnd Jim. ecaI, co-
DualnBss Manjgers. .
George Maloy, coach of 'the
Pol Pa for ~t years
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tie Motta'a fer. W194 M *eon a
the former manager Harry Dock-
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Class Of Ilidren


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During morning prayer to be
held at St. Peter's church, La
Boca, at 7 am. tomorrow in-
stead. of thoral Eucharist, a
class of children and adults will
be confirmed by the Rt. Rev.
Reginald HI Gooden, bishop of
the Panama Canal Zone.
Rev. John S. McDuffle, priest
In charge, will present the class
for confirmation, following
which, the Bishop will address
the congregation.
A conmmunion service will be
said at 6 a.n& by Father Mc-
Duffle, and at 7 amn. Tuesday
in behal of the coronation of
Queen :: beth IT. No evensong
is scheduled this Sunday as the
parishioners .are invited to a
special service 8t.. Paul's
ch P~ri mli cind e
ora .the coronation of th
queen.
On' the first. Sunday In June,
the newly-confirmed will make
their first communion at the
7 am. choral celebration. The
Woman's Auxiliary also wfi
commune In a body and present
their "united thank" offering.
Dr. John H. Towaend will be
guest preacher at this service.


Summer Dancing

Classes To Begin

At Crislobal 'Y'
A summer session of ballroom
dancing classes will start at the
Cristobal YMCA-USO on Mon-
day.
Ivy Harnett and Jimmy Dunn
will return to the Cristobal "Y"
to give Atlantic Sides an oppor-
tunity to learn the latest fox
trot. mambo, tango and waltz
routines.
Three separate classes will be
held on Monday and Thursday
evenings for teenage individuals
und couples. It Is believed that
the reduced fees for the summer
course will attract many Atlan-
tic riders who have been seeking
professional Instruction in danc-
ing.
Not Susprihftg-
NORTH WNASSBORO, N. C.
(UP)-Manuel Shepherd's truck
hit a mule on a highway near
here. The truck suffered
worth of dkai*.4.Te
walked away.
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Reginald T. Prescott, Diro
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Mrs. Lurlene Johnson.
Commencement Address, 4,.
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All Nature, L.B.O.H.S.
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Presentation of Class, Fn, .
Castles, Principal.
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lyrics by Sylvia Sylvester,
by R. T. Prescott, to be a
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEO
Household_ Automobiles .
FOR SALE-Socrifce. G. E Refrger- FOR SALE: '51, 4 Dr. De Luxe 051 A.s. l
ator 9 cu It. Oorcelon inside and Chevrolet, $1,490 cash. Leather .
Outside. 25 c,.le. 419 Porto Bello upholstery. 17,000 miles. Call 4- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Cling
St. Ancon. C Z 124 between 8 a. m. and 3 p. m Central Avenue, K Street corner
CSAL -_ Until Monday. Telephone 2-3479. Panatna.
tables, built bw Cowes. Perfect FOR SALE-1952 Mqrcury Monterey Do you want a new member in you
condit;c.r. 32nd St. No. 45, be- hard top gray and black hydroma- family? AKC Registered Cocke
tween 8-12 noon tic, radio, seat covers, excellent Spaniel, 5 weeks old. Call For
condition, low mileage. Call after Kobbe 3198 or con be sMen at
FOR SALE Refrigerator Philco 4 00 p. m. Fort Gulick 88851. house No. 92-B.
CLI. ft. K.rgain. Good working con-
diton. 60 Cycle. Phone 3-1955, FOR SALE:-1952 Ford V-8 Cus- By popular demand Harnmett & Durnn
Pornma tomline 4 door sedan, rodio, For- will again resume ballroom dance
domatic, plastic seat covers. 2- classes at Cristobal 'Y" Monday G
FCR SALE -II weaker, studio Spinet 3488 or 1466-A Holden St, Bal- Thursdays. First class will start
p:ar., $350 00, 1-2 ton Interna- boa. June the 8th, 5 p. m. for teen.
tional pIck-up. good rubber',. good agers. From 6.15 p. mn. for service-
conditic-. $450 00. ULniersal Elec- FOR SALE.-1951 Chevrolet 2 door men. group. Couples class from
tri, Ironer, $30 00; I set golf Fleetline. Radio. 14,600 miles. 7.30 p. m. Consult your "Y" for
clubs, Croydon irons. Hogan woods Reasonable. Albrook 4179 after 3- prices and registration. Call 3-
plus several extra irons and bag, 30. 2163
S50.00; 1-2 inch capacity, bench FOR SALE--1949 Frazer 4 Dr. Sedan,
drill press. 535 00; 14 inch copea radio, air conditioning, back-up FOR SALE
city jig :o*. S30.00; Wood lathe lights. Fairly clean, good sound
with tools and face plate, $35'00; body. good tires, very good engine. MisCellaaneOU
Delta r B. motor., doub le end shaft Selling for $750.00. Leaving for-------
1-2 H.P. 35.00- 1-4 H.P. motor the States. L Bennett. No. 354. FOR SALE:-Five retread tires and
$1C.000 1 Dolarhing and gr,nd- Pedro Miguel. tubes 15 x 820. Never used. Din-
_.sg head complete with wheels,. ingroom furniture, extension table,
$15.00; I Briggs and Stratton 2 FOR SALE:-1948 Nash Ambassador 6 chairs, buffet, mahogany. Phone
H.P. gas engine. $15 00. 5B2-A. Coupe, good tires, body, engine. 2-3708. House 0954 Amador
Ancon Boulevard. Tel. Balboa 2- radio. $625 takes it, call 83-5238 Rd.
1 93. After 4:30 p m. or come and see it at house 555,-A
Curundu Heights from 5 p. m. till FO RSALE.-Admiral Television set.
FC' SALE -Refrigerator, good con- 9 p. m. 1952 series. 20 inch screen, 1-2
Sc';;;on, $45 00; ironing board. original price. Phone Navy 2644.
S,7-E, Williamson Place. Balboa. FOR SALE:-Ford '52 tudor sedon,
w_. _with radio, perfect condition, $1,- FOR SALE.-1942 Oldsmobile, with
FC. SALE -Beautiful genuine Ch 550 AlkO baby stroller, bothinette. radio. block, four door sedan, in-
r.n.- D;agon rug, in perfect ccn- Car bed. Tel. Balboa 2696. sured until July. $250.00. Bolt
di icn, 8 x 10. a bargain. maho- action, target rifle. Remington, 22
gany futuri,,.c desk bu.il in book. r-OR SALE: 1949 Cadillac Sedor. caliber, model 513 TR with
shaef g:ass top. two iron flower pD Duty paid. This car is priced to sell. micrometer sights." $35.00. PAD
stand, mahogany c-itr ic.ble. Drive in and make reasonable of- 7227 2047-B. 3rd St., Curunau
rn.rnor top. Pictures 37th S. No fI er. room 229. Hotel El Panama.'
7. Uprs. T I. 3 .-1025 evenings or call 3-4755, alter- The English Furniture Store has a
F. Lp-Wesingh 1eirigr- noon' small assortment of "Bates" bed-
Pr- SALL_ -Westinghouse etriger-I- spreads, come and get yours today.
ator. Excellent condition. Hcu.e .OR SALE.-1948 Ford 2-door De- 6075 Bolivar Ave. between 6 and
,7C-B, Carnaby Street Balboa. luxe 8-cylinder, good condition. 7 Sts. Colon.
good tires, high compressor heads ----
BAP.' AIN! ChIinese furniture. for end extra accessories Phone Navy FOR SALE--Piano Spinet. Good con-
:.e, refrigerator G. E. 60 c,c:.s 85-9 Co:o Solto 82-G. 6th St dition, mahogany case, $350.00
in very good condition. 35th St I- D.ablo, phone 2-2472.
F-- No 6 FOR SALE.-Repo.essed 1949 Ford
R-,- : cycl-", ,- g, Tudor Sedan. To the highest bid- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
C.\ .ALE:-25 cycde re,*fg.cor.i der. Make an offer. Autaac 15th. OFFERS UNCLASSIPID IRON AND
-c reconditioned. Call 3-2737 o' MJendez, Colon. STEEL FOR SALE
\ Roosevelt Ave. New Crs- Sealed bids, for opening in public.
S. F. OR SALE:-1951 Plymouth 4-door will be received until 10:30 A. M..
S brar edan Radio, leather upholstery. June 5, 1953, in the office of Super-
pOR SALE -Metal lb s $ will't :e for 1951 Ford Conv. Call intendent of Sjrehous [.i31boa, for
00. Colddpci refrigerator $40 sOo ..Aa .n Balbm 2i33
STe;ephone I ac 6347. refourige err-". _l33 1.200 Net Ton Unclassified Ircn
S1373-F. GovIbn Road. F I L i~Fe imiledibte dStry and Steel lo:ated at Section "1." Bol-
d--; - -,. in New Yor 195I Packardel CI- boa Storehouse. For information and
SALE.-Kenmore washing mro- l nsoL 2 .-r. S -um r- inspection cortact Foreman, Section
chine, new, $100.00, Frigidaire re- block, Iltr.emetic Trei aiession, tqlephone 2-2720. Invitation
s frigerotor, $80.00, Westinghouse raie, power braes, backup ghts. No. 40 may be obtained from the
Srefrigerator $45.00. various other Price ,200.00. CoN Lee. 2-0125 above source, or from office of Su-
,I household goods. 807X-C Tavernil- er 3-4339. perintendenr ut Storehouses, tel-


o :. acouoa, or cal-l *a-- Ephone
Sp. m. FOR SALE.--1946 Ford 2-dor De- pnone
. .- luxe 8-cylinder, good conafion, FOR S
SALE -Double mahogany bed. good tires, high compression heads Vall
Single bed, $15. Table $12 -. and extra accessories Phone Navy tian
: 3. Chevrolet sedan 1940, $125. 8579. Coco Solito 8r-G, 6th. St. 364
I 3-3659 or 2-434 8FOR SALE:-'50 Ford Tudor Custom FOR S
:ALE -Metal dre:-:er with mir- V-8, radio, taiored seat covers. slool
porcelo.n tcp .ichen able. Tel. Ny 3231. store
c: r bed cr-b wir mattress. Clay- 4 p
S1-1 cFOR SALE:-1950 M G, duty paid.
---v----- ery good condition. $875.00
S ALE.-25 cycie vcnrg ma- Leav.ng Isthmrus. Telephone 2- 1W
c.,...2, excellent cono.tici. 25 cycle 3447.
fan. Cok chairs. ro:l,-g chairs., - Young
kit..:en izble, steel dres-ers biby FOPr SALE.-1948 [Luck Sedonette, wish
bts-gy. 1467-A, Holder., Balboa 2- blac.. Excellent condition through- fami
C 2. |' oul. Roe o and extras Barain, they
See at R7A Rousseau West Bnk there!
.t SALE:-9 cu. tr Westinghuse1 Call 25-3521. 273
r'. :aerotor. 25 cycle. 5100. 2-
3( 2 Box 761 house 0778-B, Bal- F A
.FOR______.____ __ FSALE


FCO SALE--Diningroom set, moho-
giny drop leaf table, 4 chairs and
China, closet. Livingroom 2 maple
...charr, :ettee. and table. Refriger-
ator 7 ft. Westinghouse. Sludio
couch. Set of Encyclopedia, practic-
ally new. K-tchen table and cabi-
net, steel cabinet,' misc. items.
dishes pots and pans. Furniture for
basement. Bedroom set, twin beds.
riite table, vanity and chest of
drawers, portable Victrola with
records, $15. 1719-J, Tel. 3-2333
Old Cristobal.
FOR SALE-Secrificel Leavingl*RCA
Fodio-phonograph, Weout Cabinet
$300.00; typewriter desk. 6 draw-
'rs, $30.00; chair, oak, "inner
sprihg cushions, $12.50; "Presto"
gookr, $8.00; Dresser, oak, with
mirror $I-0.00. Refrigerator, "Ser-
S111" 13 cu. ft. perfect condition,
SZ than year old $350.00; Set of
iagereoll's Works, 12 vol. $10.00.
Spinet piano, $400.00. House
0255-8. Tel. 6-362.

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Organized by L the
group elected 0
manager; Jar"n-
def Williams misOtn
Shirley Rogers, secretary
raura Boxe, trwg MWwiltsm
Garvey, who hma w a ied m
prtsented several play., 1 M n e
chosen as adviser.
The new group 'Nll as HA
Wstrt public a St thi OW
inclusion of the km-
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. Motorcycles
FOR SALE:-1949 Salsbury Scooter
in perfect condition. Duty paid.
Telephone 3-4284, Panama.

LESSONS
CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH. Mrs.
Romero's practical system. Estu-
diante St. 77-A No. 2.
Don't be a WALLFLOWER. Join the
crowd all learning to dance In
COTILLION classes at "El Pan-
ama." Tel. Llona Sears, Panpma 3-
1565 for information.
Summer coaching, grades 1, 2, 3. Ca-
nal Zone teacher. Phone Balboa
661.

Help Wanted
WANTEDNrsem~ld fbr 1 -mo;nth old
child. References necessary. Arboix
Bldg.. 5th. St. Apt. 6, Colon.


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ALE:---Furnished house in El
e, power and hand'tools, vene-
blinds, rugs. Telephone 2-
4, 2-1796 2-2123.
ALE:--Mahogany bar with 8
s $150.00. 807XC Tavillnellc
et Balboa or call 2-2753, after
. m.
anted Position
woman with good references
es to work with American
ily in the Canal Zone. Prefer
y speak some Spanish. If in-
sts call telephone Poncma 2-
7.
WANTED
Miwpellanean=m


Embosy Secretary desires 3 bed-
is house. Telephone 3-0085.
Diplomat and wife desire furnished
house or apartment, 2 bedrooms.
Telephone 2-000u, 8:30 a. m. -
12 noon and 2i30 5:00 p. m.
AMERICAN family desires 3-bed-
room house or apartment for long-
term occupation. Telephone Pan-
ama 3-5104.
FOR SALE
Beats & Motors
FOR SALE---20 ft. boat, new cobn.
Leaving. Any rea-onable offer con-
sidered. Telephone 6-490 Gamboo.


FOR SALE:-18' half cabin boat, also
10 HP Mercury outboard. Tel.
Navy 3231.

PERSONALS
Will the following persons come to
the office of Cio. Lefevre, No. 5
"A' Street, to regulate a matter
of interest to them: Rafael Dima-
tmo A., Alberto Ellis, George Grooeaves
Louis Springer, Maria Ayala,
Abraham Hidalgo.


Rebeareh Can Go
Too Far Somuelilues
BINGHAMTON, N.. (UP)--
Gary Weather, a 'college stud-
ent, cook his claFwork seriously
-and It a mot landed him In
jail .
I He bad to _.- .port on
court pro"- t i law
clan. 8o he h ad him-
self arrested f park-
In Or tred ki test caee
of It. He ha= be had
found a loophole M the tatutes.
The Judge. tld he wau
Wagg a AM -a#


Propaglaad, S. A.
"H" Street Ormer t tudlanto Bt.
Phones 2-2141 and -al %


hMiL. OceorwMd cottages, Santa
Clara, Box 435. Balboa. Phone
Paenma 3-1877, Cristabal 3-1673.


Williams' Santa Clara Beech cottages,
2 Bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockges
r Balboa 2-3050, except
wee-ends.


Sppnd yor week and at Casrin San-
to Clam, cabins $4.00 a couple.
Dance music by Casino Acet.
Gramllch Santa Clra bedh-cot-
tags. Electriciccebex, gas stoves.
moderate rates. TeIehqne 6'14l
SGambMo; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.
FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santa Clara. Completely fwun wd.
Rock Gas Refrigerto and Stevi.
r" ou lin Phops Dogu r's

PHILLIPS Ocanside Caottao The
only court in Santa Clarallfth, eri
oceanview from all cottaghi. Steps
to beach, Rgckgos rafrtaration,.
barbecue and shufflebord. Pana-
mi 3-1877. Margorto a 31673,
Box No, 435. Balboa,

FOR RENT
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FOR RENT:-Two or three bed-room
furnished chalet. Very 4iasrneble.
Paftilla Road, 121.
FOR RENT:-Furnished two bedroom
house. 2 porches, living-dining, re-
frigerator. stove. etc. San Francisco
de la Caleta. Call tomorrow 3-4220
or 3-2857.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA APARTMENT
Two and four room furnished and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street,
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
1386.
FOR RENT: Cbmple4*f turhliha
apartment o -50t.h stnef Not 30,
upstairs. Forupe. a rd St. nly. In-
cludes: refrigerator, **, "
.hedWM, freezer. washing #=Wk
1te0Ap*ee 3-0382 during office
Durvas 3-4157,evwijngs.
FOT PRlA :-Furnished apartment.
esrMdontijpl section. Suitable
for .tw couples. 43rd St. 'N V1.
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment .in
"0' C1grelo." For information
telepho 3-4712.


FOR RENTi-Attentlon to G. Iaqst
built modern hotel eld wd(ueer-
nished one two three bed r6om
apartment. Call 3-4941. Panama.
FOR RENT: Two-bedroom apart-
ment furnished for one or two
couples. Garage. Government in.
qpecH. Carrasquilla 642, San
Francisco. Telephone 3-4418.
FOA RENT: Two bedroom newly
furnished apartment at Avenida
Cuba No. 58, Bella Vista.- Includes
refrigerator, stove, water heater
and telephone. Call 2-2370, Pan-
Qma.

FOR RENT
-j Romoau
FOR RENT:-Cool fwnishtd roon'
with excellent meall o one or two
gentlemen, in BeSlt VIta, Justo A-
roesmno Ave. No. 57, corner of,
34th St.
FOR RENT: Furnished room for
gentleman or young lady, near
Cathedre. For information Refresh.
mnnt Ri er, Cille Theater. Cen-
trqiM 8f 88, P .arim.


FOR RE lT.-Furnshed h oem, use of
ki t d kh. All reeaned. op-
ply 0 Fourth of J96 Apt. 5.
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ideal en. No, = Ju
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FOR Re.v-*+-NcOI-I d bed-
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married yqup .Wi* children.
Coll 2-5265. PIbra-
FOR RENT: Room. fomity home
with garage, no children. No. 12,
6th street. Coco del Mar, S an
Irar.:.i-o de la Colsta.

FOR RENT
eMiWef auous
FOR R-NT: kdlcol cthlqc, fumlqh-
ed. Above Ihs Cera lf=ere.
No 141 Centre) Avenue, Panrma.

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NEW YORK, May 30 (UP)-Champions come filw ukee2 t
trom behind and champions win the close ones. Those Brooklyn n
Phladelphia 23. 14 An
twe axioms of sport made the cause of the Yankees I 14
look brighter than ever today in their quest for a Pittwburgh 13 4 ,
..chicago 11. a
fifth straight pennant. Chicnan o
Yesterday, in a typical come- Schmitz scattered eight hits. ."
tfrm-behind performance, they struck out four and did not walk TODAY'S GAM sSESa
in the first inning, then went Jim Busby and Ed Fitzgerald P ade a at Nw York () ia i
on to win 11-7. Starter Vic Rjas- struck the key hits in s three- C phia at New York (2)` II d
chi was knocked out in the big run fourth inning outburst a- Cilago at Cincinnati. Lo 2;
inning when Gus Zernial hit a against Sid Hudson that clinched Milwaukee at St. Louis (2) I I
three-run homer. but Ray Scar- the victory. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
borough pitched six-hit ball Milwaukee 003 010 200- 7 13 3 ail i
thereafter. Big Mike Garca pitched a St. Louis 100 10 00 00x-ll 3 d
hrae i G aihsix-hitter for his fourth tri-Ne Bickford u 1 0 0l-4 111 BurdetteN 0 '
Scarborough also put the Yan- umph and Rosen hit his lesnd Col ad st-as to t
kee back in the game in the homer of the year to ruin s the Johnson, Co le and Crandal. mo st ^ to









CiStaley 1c-, Miller, Clark and l Aatfl W as, o a*
second with a three-run homer, American League starting de- T. Rice th pm o 'th u
his first in the majors. The Yan- but of the White Sox Bob Ric
k,:es gok five more in the third. Keegan. Dale Mitchell hit ca o 1 0 0
three on Gil McDougald's hom- third inning homer for Cleve- Chicago 100 01i 000- 1a 2
er. Later Irv Noren and Billy land. Cincinnati 000 020 13x- 12 2
Martin also homered while Ed- Minner #2-4p, Leonard and
die Robinson hit a two-run A's Gil Hodges. shaking off the Atwell. Podbielan, Smith (3-0) N.
homer in the ninth, worst slump of 'his career, bat- mne Candf o eminh ck.CCbLop--n t. 'HT a er ag ,
I ted in three runs and hit two marder In Chlef of the Caribbeanemull, a l
Bob Elliott got the most doublend a sngie to pace the Brooklyn 200 012200-72 8 1 ball tropla.y-to Franesco A.Vemi: .r ta t16
memorablee hit oe f his 5-year Dodgers a.s Rss Meyer wit four Pittsbuigh 200 020 000-4 9i 0 phy isa to he RIOwr tile team t t. _lWl
,career, his 2Ml eth, and it also innings of scoreless relief help Meyer 14-11, Hughes, and Little League Basketball To rname In l^ l '.-ViW l lIs
helped win an 1-inning game from Jim Hughes gained his Campanella. Lindell (2-61 and President of the Leigue which c 01sbsta ol ytSmg upoz.aoi 8b-
for the Browns, 11-5, at De- fourth victory. Cal Abrams and Sandlock. various busine mm e adorgEu fiu or ti tllntle SE.
tro. The blow, a double to losing pitcher Johnny Lindell
-left, highlighted a six-run In- homered for the Buca. Phila. 214 013 010-12 13 1
ning in which Dick Kokos sin- New York 001 000020-3 4 0 w l
.gled in the first 'two tallies. Simmons knocked out in his Simmons (7-31 and Burgess. ose. U p e
*Elliott, picked up as a Nation- last two starts, struck out eight Jansen (4-41,. Biller, Connelly
,.wasn't even listed in baseball's Bill Nicholson, Earl Torgeson. ____irow"______
d o" betoug sa L U i I Dominate P
leaguer. Harry Brecheen, an- Noble homered for New. York. Teams W L Pet. .oT
-other National League castoff, New York 26 11 .703 L,0 I( -
was the victor in relief. A two-run homer by Ted Kls- C:hicago 23 16 .590 "seAho w -1- o py A N t i-
zewski featured Cincinnati's Cleveland 20 14 .588 -----
In American League night winning rally as Frank Smith Boston 20 '18 .528 SaM
hames, castoff Johnny Schmitz picked up his third relief victory Washington 20 19 .513 PARIS, May 30 (UP) Ken PARIS. May 30 (UP)--Amerl- d4e I-
,won his first start as a Wash- by pitching two scoreless in- Philadelphia 18 23 .439 Row.wall, 18-yepar-old Austra- cant Women now are sure of win:- 1=
Ington Senator by beating the nings. St. Louis 15 23 .395 Ilan champion. downed Vic Bel- ilM both th, singles and dou- lldat to -,wk r --
Boston Red Sox, 4-2, and the Detroit 10 28 .263 xas of Philadelphia, Penna. 6-3, bls browns in the French In- fgl aftitle ad st.
fleveland Indians edged the Stan Muslal. Enos Slaughter. 6-4, 1-6, 6-2 today to become t national, 2nnls Toure at t1 atle ma mm..
Chicago White Sox, 2-1, on Al and Steve Bilko each made two the youngest player ever to win Prtls. -lSo Raidt.
Rosen's sixth Ining homer. hits in the big St. Louis inning. TODAY'S GAMES the men's singles title of the
B y e i a Milwaukee picked up two homers Cleveland at Chicago (2) International French Tennis A twin victory was set UD yes- y Nft. ( -' .eafl-
Brooklyn made it six in a row by Sid Gordon and one each by 'St. Louis at Detroit (21 Champlobl a- terday in the maltinab Of.t he INL .n V .
ki the National, winning a 7-4 Andy Pafko and Ed Mathews as Boston at Washington (2) his : victory oes- double Two C0i frSanl ."
decision at Pittsburgh, while lef- consolation. New York at Philadelphia (2) wall asino became tii wit Aus- reemConnolly of Sanad
ty Curt Simmons pitched four- tralian in 20. years to win the J amson of amN -
hit ball to give the Phils % 12-3 YESTERDAY'S STAR: Bob YESTERDAY'S RESULTS tourney. Jack Crawford wouL in J#pa m e 400
victory at New York. Cincinnati Elliott of the Browns, the pla. '-Zht Game 103L
defeated Chicago 6-3 with three tonal League astoff, who got Parton 100 000 001-2 8 1 .Rosewall played flawless ten- of M.
ti n in the eighth and St. Louis his 2.lith hit, an 11th inning iNachinigton 001 300 00x-4 9 0 ni and gave the 10,000 tan to
iued Milwaukee i11-7, scoring double that helped beat the Hudson (1-41 and White. crowding the co certesas a
,.) runs in a wild fourth. .W .as, 1.-. Schmita. (1-0; and Etagerald. the Roland OGarrs .8 m an
d! ', ', exlthion of pVerf-t teicmtige
New York 0351=01 100-12 12 1 which left ezpefrt gasping With
Phila. 400 0 102- 7 11 0 admiration
Rasehl, Scarborough (1-1) The yOung Austplian' fsl-,
arid Berra. Byrd (4-5). Rosek, tery and superiority in a 1b.- tda
Bishop and Murray, Astroth. es of the game were do oIplete heliu, m at -
thaut Selias-be had started asnl w
St. Louis 000 410 000 06-11 18 01 a sliht favorite to win-appear- bLetan Must-MA.
Detroit 010 102 001 00- 5 14 2 .ed ompletly disheartened, a m 'Yz = 8.2*.11 rAM
Larsen, Lanier, Paige, Bre- Romewall repeatedly defted uMA si
cheen (1-61 and Courtney. Moss. him with pAerLectly placed hsbt 's
Garver, Herbert, Erickson, Ma- Comzhltting mnly= 26 errs a .-.
dlson (2-2) and Ginsberg. gainx the secnd-ranking A-
mnieman's 3 thrsinghout the I- to fh TheAL
Night Game minute match, the AustrallsiuAM in .4 1 .1
Cleveland 001 001 000-2 13. et l 1&7With -7 In &
Chiqago 000 010 000-1 6 0 a sense of play and s ill of eze I"andbo7 1.
Garcia (4-3) and HBegan. Kee- cu i that seemed a3main for mOIE
gan (1-1), Consuema and Wil- a youth of his sagoe. .

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Mathews,3Sb 5 2 3 0 3.o.
Gordon.if 5 3 3 0 0,Wardrs0relentle ti d4 -O n
Pafko. rf 4 1 2 2 0.him into the f& el0 the ~ .e
Adcock, lb 4 0 2 9 2 ish Amateur Golf .
COAL ONG"-O deLeft Dill ULiddell scores e luvtrpoblp I Dittmer. 2b 4 0 1 1 3 yesterday WIt gair ofl.
and makes like a crooner breaking into song as NWan.Uprich- c;randall, c 1 0 1 4 1, sided vic tiIes e
ard, Irish -Internationals' goalie, lies in front of the net during St. Claire, c 2 0 0 4 0 a change to .
Soccer match won by touring British, .4-0, at ,Brookl I' b Bickfort, p 2 0 0 0 o Ward, t na AU t ta, Ge., sharp the YO w m
bets ,ield. (Nm) B. urdette, p 0 0 0 0 0:' shooter w lo wuleeplys07 Ag-
Cole. p 0 0 0 1 1 ofgnolmi.5a"-ia n SigA uOW
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8:00-9:00 Monday and Thums- m and
ay. archery grade I and oefr Wl
Story hour, kindergarten first be admitted
and second grades. Wednesday reIN U swisltag
and Friday, kindergarten first day t0 rMFday b*1UA
ad ond grades; games. hou a .
9:00-10,0 Monday and Thurs- Mo ue a lfretid feet
dly, eery grade 8 atdd over n Stb t A s jfA
W e day and Prfday, new- ent *r adult ad
1M ie-tO.e-0 Monday. e- -Hdiam wilebe taImT iMs
mtary school boys basketball. tu al swimmg. :
desday ad Friday, basket- -
bal and relay. Thuraday,A. Std..
.00 .': l o ndasy, Wednesday,
Friday: volleyball boys and girls.
1:00-4:00 tuesday and Thura- ants Orum boys And
day women' volleyball. the fr*st Jr. Hi Ji
2:310400 nay, eW 1day, bl Chaplm l t l
Friday: ba tiL when they. defe
4:00-5:00 Mo0day, Wednefday, improved Red Tank
Friday: orrnlsW games. Taos- t aOusso acred isd -
day and Thursday, stunts and first unrter 17In
tumbling. Tuesday mornln:g Is re- in e third and I13 the1
served for Interplayground ket- for sots I7 to their t
vitles.- N. I ftth was top awt
Satun Poolelam schedule. Pjarday and 2.201111
9:00-20:00 Wedneday and l rl- .potsjOSN '"the W 1
day. kindergarten age hlTrhen. w' .iSa M
10:00-11;:00 Weduesday. Thurs- thrills %re a nmi t'-5
day and Friday beginners41 lea s rd two M *tat fl
years and older. Banta CSkt dameash
11:00-12:00 Wednesday. Thrn.- Idntaitad for IMs the a
day and Friday, Intermediate., te" Of Pl thy e laS
swimmers, team practice aid ended hweer 5 to 4 t IrM l
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18:v-4:45 Wednesday, Turs-SantaCrswentMoo "Oft
day. Friday. Saturday and Tests m het a and wi
bday. recreational swimming. scored 3 rore to
nMI7alSff e lasmes wili begn front at t.e end of aw
July Allswimming essees Th sorebg be to
free. hXCEPT FOR SWIM CLASS ^ta dC das s ras"
-A child who has not oased the third a"d Moath
Amwrican Red Crom Tests moat Ing g and B points.
be accompanied by a parent. huzn their
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the pitcher lifts his non-pivot
Roat. How can the baserunner
tell whether this is part Of the
pitching motion or a throw to-
ward first base? Gene ba-
COO.
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and stop, the Waere f114ing of the
sa-pl vet foot daem not Slwee S
Iiulet the pitcher teo -
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Crashes Early
J INDIANAPOLIS, Ind, May 30
(UP)-Auto racing's fastest field r
ever rolled away promptly at 11
-a1m. today in 85-degree tempYr-
ature, for the 37th annual 500- "fLet th people know the truth" .
malle Memorial Day holiday race.
Bill Vukovich, the second fast-
ed qualifier in speedway histo- TWENTT-EIGJRTH FEA. PANAMA, A AI 30U A
ry, led the pole position by vir-
tue of his 138.392 mile per hour
mark in the preliminary tests.
SHe was rated the favorite,
*Btleularly because he led the
fneld year ago until he o Kr a wl-
cracked up only eight laps
short of victory.
It was a warm humid day with
scattered clouds and a slight-
haze. The temperature was ex-
pected to reach 93 before the
raoe ends. t t A
A crowd estimated at 175.000 '
was still swarming through the .
gates when the chase began. SEOUL, May 30 (UP) delegate Lt. Gen. WillaiXa K. the Communists and the Allies r lasources M tb1 4 the,
There was a stiff 22-to-26- South Korea's foreign minis- Harrison which made it quite from the start the dlepos- EN of R sitnilWan
mile wind blowing from the ter today said the ROK army clear the Allied proposals were tn of prisoners of war who re- .S ,
southwest across the bac k would fight any foreign troops unacceptable to the South fue to return to Comunlnt
stretch. The stands on the home that enter South Korea to reans. rule. IW
stretch and the turns were ex- take charge of prisoners re- Choi delivered the letter to' "the United NatiUsm Com- -
peted to protect part of the fusing repatriation. Harrison during an hour-long mead ef May 35- to
tick from the steady blast. In Washington President El- conference at Musan Th Baday,. uE amnedw tihe .
Vukovich stole a quick edge senhower held a special 20- The text, made public yesterday, part to the C iamodi f It text wa tel to
when the field slammed across minute conference on Korean said the Commupsts rejected altteptS of frtemed retearM o where Gae. W.
the rting line. Immediately developments today with Secre- the proposal Immedlately aftcg and them rced reptralla N. auplnei ; s
o, the pole holder in the second tary of State John Foster Dulles, it was presented last Monday. Ch said.L er, Is n 'close touch wth Wash-
the pole holder In the second Defense Secretary Charles .
row. Wilson and Gen. J. Lawton Col- Chol's disclosures coincided n other words, the United-
lins, Army chief of staff. with the heaviest Commuclat Nations Commadd abandoned ClOi demanded the Ahld r of-
0 IlA0 "All I can say is that It was attacks in nearly a year aos the long-standing hbumaniria fcr te withdrawn, called it "ut- I
W Miles on Korea," Murray Sayder, as- the central and western rontposition which It promised the tr" surrender on our side to
distant White Heoe press and with reports South Ko- world to keep up by prUenting the enemy" and said the Com-
At the lK-mile mark secretary, said after the meet- rea might withdraw from the this new proposal to tMCe ICm- muplata rejected it a u oon as
placings were: Ing. Panmunjom talks. munista." It was presented becaum4t call-
1. Bill Vukovich;The conference had not been He said the principal lasue was Choi said the opinions n the ed r turning over unsolved -4e mgt
Art Croas; on the President's announced the same that has stalemated letter were his but South Ko- to the U. AL a el-
2. Fred Agabashlan; schedule. nyder said it was set
4. Pat Flaherty; ap today just before the Pres- said the m ant '
SSankh anks. Ident went to Arlington nation- anmore than
6. Manuel lAya- ; al cemetery for muen "1Dy Panes Artillery Pound Ji -
& Jmn Davies; Dakea, Wison and Collis r to permit to'tr *
l. Pl Rm. the White whenhere- -Capured Outposts o
turn.ee dfrm the wreath-laying n',t in
Vakovich s et a new record for Co. kL. sot r d ,o -e- etha
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3W m.il.es per hour comper- the. hUsitedNations truce teami- w rme
eAten -Kero 12reo.4 e a y yesterday the, .i t e_- Iudbe tllo. t,
d e the smomm s had th4 e. ery poued hundredof tonso-fsaid.U. N N a-.r ~.ar.. be re
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o1h01 w9 tadin, an ort and dropped at least 10h oe Dulle* olgd rid
In-..he heod aod d ed dth thn.h 0omlitht CaIr Vs oatdht1nel.wesern fr
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