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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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Donor:
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Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
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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]
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Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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83rd IEA3-

PANAMA, R. P TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1958

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utback For CZ

f 'WASHINGTON, May 20s (UP)--A Defense Department
spokesman said today no new orders had been issued for
military personnel cutback in the Canal Zone. ;-,
' Tha spokesman said an order for world-wide, cutback,
of 10 percent in the Army was issued Inst summer forthe
Fiscal Year Ending June 30,1958. He said this cutback was
expected to "bring the Army strength from 1,000,000 to
900,000. r ' -' -:
-' ,' He said, the 10 percent cut probably affected the Canal
Zone' but he added there were no-exact figures available
that would give the number of Army personnel cutback
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: As for the Air Force cutback, th,e spokesman said the
cutbackas done on basis of, "time left in service" far ih ih-dividuaf
dividuaf ih-dividuaf airmen, rather than by. area location.
I "vThe spokesman said there were "no. figures, available
on how many airrnen were affected. in- the Canal .Zone, f .!

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Albrook AirrqnRun

Over, Kb Biy

.-An Albrook airman ran over
and killed a 14-month old haby
oii-V who had been walking along

Aa road in Cocoli outside her honie
iate yesterday afternoon, j,
...;T1ip- chilcl. Tarbsia S.n''"'.
wts the daughter of Navy enlist enlisted
ed enlisted man Peter Chestnut of od od-man.
man. od-man. &fti:Sv;Mf'$4r
.;,..;';. f',.';l:.is. li f:'.",.'s
' Todav in 'Balboa Magistrate's
Court, the .driver of the car, Wil William
liam William L. Giavelli, 29, was charged
with involuntary manslaughter.
The airman posted 4500 bail set
' in. the. case which was continued

unju; 2 p.m. today. ; ,
; ;
i Accdrding. to a ''police, report,
Giavelli was drivinghis car in $
westerly direction near Jhe in in-ianantiAn
ianantiAn in-ianantiAn nf ifh Street and Saee

Avenue in Cocoh wheri the acci-

dent occurred at- 5:45 p.m.
H told oolice he was looking

fnr his sister's Pontiac which was

parked under an unknown house

in cocon. ne iaueu vu nuiiuc uic
little- girl Walking ahead of him
along the road near her home.
The front of his car struck the

" child and knocked her to the road

" surface where he found her in an

unconscious condition. &he was
nronounccd dead on arrival at

Gorgas Hospital shortly aftqr
i';,war4.J.i;i'.s;:;:::K

-Th- defendant is attached to

the 5700th v Operational 'Squadron
at Albrook. Attorney William J.

Sheridan, Jr. appeared in court

on behalf of Giavelli.
taxi Driver Fece

Ddboa Msgislrala
For Patting

' 'Six Panamanian taxi-drivers
were brought before the Balboa

" 4 Magistrate yesterday for illegal
'. parking of their cabs in front of

s r the Port Captain $ Olfice in Bal

boa. .

''-Two of them, Zedekiah N. Ber
fy, 38, and Eric T; Taylor, 41

V. were each-fined $5 for the viola
linn

Two' others, Justin E. Touis-

: ant, 32, and Raul Gonzalez, 28,
were found not guilty..
, One defendant, Will redo Brown,
' 30, failed to appear in court,
' thereby forfeiting $10 bail which
, lie had1 posted earlier. ;
The sixth man. Alejandro N.
Eersal i was 1 given a suspended
v sentence and placed on one year
( probation, .x ,. -'''f''o
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t The drivers were accused of

V narkine on s a oublic narking lot

1 1 in front of the Port Captain's of-

lice: xneref is a special caD stana
nearby which they are required

to use.

Danish Man-In-Sea
Under Observation;

Condilion Said Good

''A Danish seaman who drifted
about at sea off Cristobal for a a-bout
bout a-bout five .hours was considered to
bq in good condition today at Gor Gorgas
gas Gorgas Hospital, where he -was trans transferred
ferred transferred after his rescuer
' v .The' soaman 'U ;VaBO;VAstrP;

41' v. o Ml (.i Irimocd overboard

fiomi his sb'p, the Norwegian

talker Anne, vesterday. y. ;t

lie a3 picked up by the liner
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cristopai stter ne was spouea
bout 14. miles north of the Cris
tobal breakwater.,

A lifeboat 'was launched and
A Strug was pulled exhausted from

the water.

His absence on the ship

discovered-when a muster of the

crew revealed he was missing.

The Anne immediately alertett

all fchics in the area, and cruised

back along hei1 course for about

12 miles alter making a tnorougn

search of the shin. ..;

He was spotted by the watch

on the Panama,' Line ship about

midday.

When the Cristobal docked yes

terday- afternoon, Astrup was

taken to Coco Solo Hospital tor
treatment.: and later transferred

to "Gorgas 'Hospital wnere nis

condition is good. He is slated to

be sent to Corozal for observa

tion.

' CLIMB NEPAL PEAK

KATMANDU. Nepal (UP) Tw

Indian mountain climbers have be

come the second team to reach

the "peak" oL Cho Oyu mountain

the world's sixth hiabest crest

the covernment said yesterday. It
elrl'flia flimhnn' nlanfpH thn No.

pal' and the Indian flag i$,m tee
ud the mountain. An A u s tr i a l

t e a m climbed the mountain in
1955." 1

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Yesterdays

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BattlezonS

The body of 16-yeor-old student Jose Manuel Arauz was brought to the Nation

al Institute early this afternoon in silence which contrasted deeply with the din of

battle which enveloped the Institute yesterday. : ; L ;

The casket was borne on the shoulders of his fellow-students. Hundreds of others

marched almost soundlessiy in the procession. More than 1000 students were waiting
at the Institute. 'v :. ; ''''.',

Red-jerseyed Bbmberos remain on police duties in the area of the Institute, re

placing the National Guardsmen with whom the students waged a rocks vs. tearaas

war for hours yesterday morning. The government has guaranteed that no members
of the National Guard will be in evidenceat Arauz'. funeral at' Amador Guerrero
cemetery this afternoon. ; . f

The heavy cordon of Canal Zone police which had sealed off the Canal Zone from

the battle area yesterday was gone today The Canal Zone police version of today's
situation was that the'normal, border patrol remained, "slightly, reinformed,'' j

Panama is not off-limits to servicemen today,:, but any

who hive to come tq town are advised to keep out of areas
where the trouble occurred. .4 ? i'

Except around the Institute, traffic and business was

normal todays .' ' m ;

' Whereveh. students gathered, however, their, i.silence'
was massive. This mood of silence developed last night Jn
a march from th TJniversity to the Presidencia. i : ;
I In a radio address last night, before the march, presi president
dent president Ernesto de la Cuardia Jr, Insisted his administration
was in no t way responsible for the day's violence7.

WEARING BLACK TIES and mourning- patches,, fellow students of Jose M. Arauz.v 16, carry liis,'
aifPt- r.n their shftnlders aloneCentral Avenue en route to the National Institute.

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stitdfntS WITH PRESIDENT President de la Guardla (back to camera) listens to mem member
ber member of a student delegation which delivered list of aspirations to the phief Executive at-t
night Looking on along with the oiher students is Foreign Minister Aquilino. Boyd (second

from lett)..

LEGEND ENDED

i PESCARA, Italy (UP)-Work-men
leveling a hill which legend
said contained a great 'treasure'

nave discovered almost a hall

ton of human bones and a few

"coins dating to. the 12th cen'ury

.A local legend has been handed

down 'or generations that a great

treasure was buried in wiis ana

The workmen were leveling the

hill for a new road..

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v (The President blamed his poll,
ticai oDDuaenis. xor-tae. claries De.

1 uipin B.iifirni t''nfl tnrtT. JtatiOBat

, ij,u4i'd which reoiiitoa in is t-tai

ox Arauz and injuries to 62 otiieis.

lie expressed deep regrets over
the deaiu ot the stUuenc out poau.

ed out that the boy's death wis

not caused by a'buiiet wound, ue
cause the. National, Quard h a d
strict orders not td shoot.
Mr. oe la Guardia aiso explain explained
ed explained in his 20.mmute address that

tne lack ot schools whicn brougut

about tne stuaeni demonstrations

was due mainly to tne "umnauons
of an '. extremely-reduced treasu.

The body of the dead student

lay in state at the National Insti
t.nt.0 at nnnn while student com

mittees made plans for the funer

al scheduled for 5 p.m. :
At 48 hour tudnts strik wis
'cailtd ytstrday, but th mov4
lost its tHetivnss with th
govtrnmtnt'l suspension of class
s in primary and atcondiry
sehooli for on woek

Rnth student and teachers or

ionizations today blamed the ad

miniiitrstinn of President de la1

Guaiia for yesterday's violence

and the death of the-student

Last night a student delegation
handed what was tantamount to an

ultimatum to the President dur.

ina an orderly and auiet demon

stration. outside the .Presidential

Palace.

The delegation demanded the

ouster o' Educatifin Minister Vic

tor N. Juhao and the three com commandants
mandants commandants of the National Guard

within 48 hours. . t

The students also -handed Pres President
ident President de la Guardia a list of their

minimum asmrations regarding e

ducational preblems throughout the

republic.

INSTITUTE BOUND' Grim-faced students march silently as .the flag-draped -casket with the body Of 16-year-old Jose M.:
Arauz is borne by fellow students along the street near the National Institute which was. one of the scenes of the most
violent clashes between the National Guard and the students .yesterday morning. The body lay In state at the .Ins Utue
until the time for the funeral. 1 '" :. y "' '. ."' ;' '' '' V ,;:

Venezuelan Junta
Gels Two Hew

Civilian Members:

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. rAWACAS. Mav: 20 (UP)-Itear

Adm. Wnlfeans 'Larrazabal swore

in two new civilian memoerj ut

his ruling junta last nignt wun.a

n Prife that his revoiuuonary rov

ernment will continue its 'firm

democratic line."' I

; Larrazabal annointcd Arturo So

Sa Jr. and Edgard Sanabria to re
nlacB Euecnio Mendoza and Bias

Lambcrtt, who resigned Sunday

night. He said also that ambassad ambassador
or ambassador Kprtor Santaplla will be recall

ed from Washington to take" the

post of Junta Secretary vacated

Mendoza and Lamberti told

press conference last, night that
they quit the Junta because Lar Lar-razabal
razabal Lar-razabal violated the ''principle of
joint rule "Saturday by insisting
that he must talk alone with mem members
bers members of the military high command
before other junta members could
meet them. 1
The two ex-1untamen denied re

ports "that they resigned because

Larrazabai and the two other mil military
itary military members of the junta reject

ed their demands for a crackdown

on the communists. -

The demonstration, organized by

the Union of University Students

(UFl'V. siartp'l out i a th8 .'a-,

nan i tlm-'i'isity. 11 stopped first

along upper Central Avenue St the

nome ot Arauz s parents, to whom

they extended their oondolences
then sang the National Anthem

A th ttudonts marchod quitt.
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iy iionj wontrai vtnut, inoy
Wort oinod by hundreds of el.
titint who accomponiod thorn to
th Prosidontial Poloc.

ine siuaenis nave tnreatenea toiik.-.

call on labor unions and civic or.
ganizations ta join them in a sit-

down strike if Juliao and the three

police commanders are not remov

ed ot the end of 48 hours; accord,
ing to a communique issued by
the university students union.

' At a ,m.jting, which prcodod
th demonstration prsidd ov-

or, by Carlos Arollano Lonnox

th union hold Prosidont do la
Guardia as rsponiibl for ys.
ttrday's violonco and declared
him Public Enemy No of tho
republic's educational system.

The students union also called for

an investigation of Juliao's resnon

sibility in yesterday's clashes with

the police, and resolved to ask for
his resignation from his teaching

post at tne university if he is found

responsible. He is a pro.essor of

engineering. - i

Mens to find out the name of

the National Guardsman who fir

ed the teargas bomb which killed

Arauz was also demanded by the

union. -

Yesterday afternoon Andres Can.

tillo, secretary general of the Stud.

ents Federation (FEP) vowed that

the killing of Arauz will,. not go

unpunished.

' If necessary others will die in

the struggle, but the crime will

not go unpunished.' Cantillo told

a large gathering of students. He
spoke from one of the windows of

the National Institute. v

A communique issued by the

FEP's emergency committee also
warned last night .that ,"m ore

student blood will be shed on the
streets of the city" as a result of
"the mutilation of several stud.

?nts."

Today Fortunato Aguilar, a fol.
low student of Aravs at tho Art
and Crafts School, told newsmen
. that ho was an eyewitness to tho
killing of tho student and said ho
would bo able' to identify tho Na National
tional National Guardsman who fired tho
teargas7 bomb if ho Is brought
before him.

Art autopsy report said Arauz

death was due to "traumatic per

foration of the heart.",, doctor

Hernano Ramirez Chacon .who per

Slight Earthquake

Recorded Yesterday

At Balboa Heights

An earthquake estimated at in

tensity II on the modified Mercaf

li intensity scale, was recorded at

8:28 yesterday morning on the Bal
boa Heights seismograph.

Of short duration, the shock was
felt only by a few persons who
happened to be sitting or lying

down. Estimates made by the Me Meteorological
teorological Meteorological and Hydrographic
Branch placed the epicenter at ap

proximately 55 miles southwest of

iJalboa.

JOSE MANUEL ARAUZ

formed the autopsy, told reporters

tne siuaent suuered only one vioL
ent blow, but it was difficult to de determine
termine determine exactly what kind of ob.

ject casued the boy's death.'

utxiciai investigation of V t h
death is being handled bv District

Attorney Francisco Alvarado Jr.,
prosecuting attorney at the Re.

mon assassination tnau n-

Reports coming in from David,
Santiago and Colon toll of ntud.

ent. demonstrations condemning

rne aoatn ot Arauz, but there
were no clashes between stud,
ents and tho National Guard In

iir HIT. t r
The bodV'Of ArmiT uioi Kmnnht

to the National Institute fron his

parents nome on the shoulders of
his fellow students, who immed.

iateiy set, up, a schedule for a per,
manent honor guard aroundh

mei- uniu me time lor the- funeral

nunareos or wreaths tent by
student organizations, :. schools,
teachers parents and classmates
started arriving at th. Institute
this morning.
, From the InstituU th hA

be taken .to Santa Ana,Church for

uie iunerai service.
.! Four Student xnpate. li 4

been selected to speak a the grave.
side ceremony one.each from the
Students Federation,' the High
School Students Union, the Univer-
sity Students Union- and the Arts
and Crafts School.

The students DrnmispH iat niohi

that the funeraf would h

ed in an orderly manner. ;

Th ciovornmont In turn prom.
Isfi that tho National, Guard
would not bo in vidnc In tho
vieiplty of the National Institute)
nor during tho funeral. ri
'.Police commandant fnt Bnli

Vallarmo.. who was in Argentina

where he attended the inaugura.

tion or President Arturo Frondizi, -was
scheduled to arrive at Tocu.

men at I a.m. tomorrow in answer
to an urgent, reouest from Presi. f
dent de la Guardia. x . v

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Anoilicr Fatal

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nrtiNsvviCK. iwd" vki ti

(UP) A capital Alrlins pas-v
sender plane en rouw from
Chicago to Ealtimof ad
military jet collidedW th air
at 11:43 a.m day near
Brunswick, Md; i
. The Capita) pUne n 44-pas-senger
Viscount' turboprop,,
carried seyen .passengers and.
crew of fouf.
Deputy Sheriff Irma Povrll
of ncarhyXourton County, h -ginia,
:id authorities report
ed "bodies were strewn every every-.
. every-. where" when they reached the
collision scene, r



, THE PANAMA AMERICAN AS INDEPENDENT DAILY. NEWSPAPER-

TUESDAY, MAT 153S

THE PANAMA AMERICAN

rv.lt BY TWi IC MM, !.

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'lAftm af racAiritf ajnrttfelly aad art U44 a wfcalhr eeaf Manful

, l mm aeatrieafe a laftet don't Imaatitiit it nveaatnv
rat 4y. LatMia ara aafclith ia the area tacaivad.
T aa fry ta kaea tha lattatt limitae ta ana aiie Unfth,4;
Uaatity at Mtat wNf ia kaU ia strictest caafidance ? ,'" t
' J Tkia aewiaaaar assumes nn retpeaibility at atatemants ar.aawlaM
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! THE MAIL BOX

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P E E P I N G TOMS

- As a U.S.-citizen living In Panama I was very concerned
about your new story that a young maid had been lined in the
Canal Zone eourts for striking one of the chUdren who had
peeked at her while she was taking a shower
-V J. Tiiave taken the trouble to ascertain that thefacts of the
"cisewere substantially as reported in your paper though it
was pointed out that the maid could have Tedress In the. courts
i htrself without resorting to assault on the child. : n
i I am disappointed that there are American jjarenU living
in the Zone who, In view of the legal action they instituted
! against the maid give what I am sure is the wrong impression
, that they condone such activities by. their youngsters; and :am
- embarrassed that such a matter, could hTave;Tesulted.ln.a con con-'vjctidn
'vjctidn con-'vjctidn and flneynot even a suspended-sentence) tone Canal
ySvrots sucli lastiila that led to de quSstionihg of Canal
Zone Justice among Panama citizens.-
K Such undeviatlng obedience to: the letter of the lw whea a
Panamanian maid is involved may involuntarUy hasterr the day
when, either by political necessity or physical force, the Canal
will come under Panamanian jurisdiction.; : :; '

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i ?: ': NTXON'S TOUR

alr .. . Muni riara.

I consiaer me umiea oiaies snuiua
troopers right on m to Venezuela for? the-protection of Vice
Ptesident Richard Nlxoh. When a mob can take over and stone
aid wit on a country's guest, if the host' government cannot
put an end to this conduct then tht guest's government is en entitled
titled entitled to protect him. "J
j The, average American has always had a friendly fondness
fdr the Latin American peoples. Such neighborllness is taught
in our schools. As for the recent shameless series of demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations against Nixon., I'm sure the only long-run losers will be
the persons who participated in the disgraceful happenings.
7 ft takes a shock such as Russia's Sputnik or the South
American lnuslts to Nlxori to awaken the United States to real realities,
ities, realities, to make the country stand firm and quit appeasing. I
think the Nixon, tour will therefore prove to be something we
will profit from. . . V"'
If Khrushchev should visit one of our large universities,
would we treat him so shamefully? No. The students would
stuff the, rotten eggs, tomatoes and whatever down the throats
of any would-be rabble rousers to ensure a fair hearing for our
enemy. I'm sure he would be treated with respect and dignity.'
f The mobs shouted to Nixon about the mistreatment of US
Negroes.. I'U admit there are a few cases in Which whites have
mistreated Negroes, and vice versa. ButVthe 'Negro in tHe US
goes to the same schools with and has ah equal chance in life
with' his white t brother. He wouldn't change places with the
best of the rest of the world; Yet they cry that our US Negro
is persecuted. 'j i v "'V.'' ,t
Here's hoplh that Nixon never, speak at the University of
Manama. J fear the results, even though I have much respect
and admiration5 'for Panama's National Guard. "Vt
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. f;v,

Labor News

And

Comment

ir:

LEGION RESOLUTION

I was triad to read that the bulk;of the delegates to the

American Legion convention held over' the -weekend displayed
level-headedness and a practical viewpoint' by modifying the

reactionary, ultra-natlonallstis resolutions-wh;h had been ap approved
proved approved by the 'committee, ;:v'''?,Vtr'''il':
I The modification in effect a vote, of censure 'for the com

mittee or committees Involved, but even'1 thoiigh j their feelings

may have been hurt they can console themselves with the laci

that the further damage their resolutions would nave done tne
Already poor relations tetween the United States and the peo-
' pie of Latin America was averted oy the. action of the majority.
Here in Panama, Canal, Zone Leglonnajres liave put In a
lot of time an energy helping the poor ;and the1 needy,' adtlng
like big brothers to destitute, and unfortunate Panamanians.
- lEven though these efforts may not. have been entirely altmstle,
jthey go a long way towards removing the erroneous Impression
that some Panamanians have concerning Americans.
. t The anti-Latin American resolutions approved by in com
. mittee would have only added confusion in the minds of many
''and would have 'more than justified the anti-American senti-
' jjnents which many Latin Americans harbor in their breasts.,
,1 Allow me .to use this medium to extend my congratulations
ijto those Legionnaires who lived up to the principles of true
a Americanism by voting down the reactionaries. .
. . Under Standing

il ... .-

Sto:

JOIN THE COUNCIL

Tf Vi tni& Tin. nm.o.nAn4... .U. .l.n.J iU.I. I.tl.f.

p'CaU Me 119" ahd "Don't Call Me", are really interested in get getting
ting getting fire escapes, I suggest that they attend their Cocoli Civic
i;Council meetings and work for what they want.' They have a
good Civic Council there, but not many, of the residents of Co Co-,coli
,coli Co-,coli bother to support them. If these people Just want to gripe,
then excuse one for butting in.
As for the shades of the paint, you have to admit anything
irwould have been an Improvement. On the other hand, look at
'N.A.D. Those houses used to be a cool, pleasant green and
Lthen they were repainted. Just look at them now!
i 7 "NuK Said

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PLUSH PATROLLERS

111 be among the first to admit the navroll neoDle are Im

portant. I'm all for keeping them contented and on the job.
'But even then, I am absolutely dumbfounded at the improve improve-Iments
Iments improve-Iments perpetrated on the old Ancon Commissary building tor
a their benefit. What a transformation! Wish we were all that
important what a fine-looking place this old Zone would be. be.-,
, be.-, Keep Up The Facelifting ,

if - COMMISSARY QUALITY
",'Sir:
t; My two years of service with the Panama Canal Co. are up
5 and I am returning to the State There are many- factors in involved
volved involved but primarily my decision Is based on the fact that I
; cannot get the ordinary necessities of life at a price I can af af-'
' af-' t ford to pay on a Canal Zone salary. r-.vv
! Salaries here are not comparable, to those paid in the
; States. Some rents are low but one can pay low rent in the
J US If he chooses to live in a semi-slum area,1 I happen to enjoy
my home life and cannot see living in some of the shacks of offered
fered offered to Zone families while I pass away 3Q years waiting to
I retire. 's.-Y..;-'; Y:: -- -Y.: kv,-' ; ;,.
Much of the merchandise offered in housewares and com com-i
i com-i missary division is second-rate off-brand merchandise and sold
Cat a higher price than articles in the U.8.
There are two outstanding independent research organiza organization
tion organization in the US today. Both publish monthly Journals and rate
everjrthlng from expensive foreign-made cars to ground pepper.
1 These publications, are widely read and more and more families
are, availing themselves of the Information before purchasing a

major appliance or going inrougn a inai and error testing or
tht everyday food and personal items.

shop in the commissary and find that the majority of the
JtemsN .available are those rated inferior. In the States it is a

t AweNinitter to walk across the street to another store. Here
' we 1vi no choice. (
'! j.'P1? aterial lh many of the expensive dresses ls inferior
iJ to that found in the ready-to-wear sold in the cheapest dress
!; shops lnth? states. (
.. Has the Paftama Canal Co. considered hiring a"; top-notch
merchandise man to oversee the entire purchasing division?
v rerhsrs he ..would, be. hard to find and perhaps he would de-
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rnvle Industry in th States. But I believe he would earn his
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Beseigned, bothered but hardly
bewildered, James R. Hoff report reportedly
edly reportedly is willing to resign from the
Teamsters presidency but run ior
top office again at ax special con
tion monitored by the U.S. Fedei Fedei-sl
sl Fedei-sl Court
According to these reports, Hoi Hoi-fa's
fa's Hoi-fa's condition for such dramatic
action will be reentry of the Team Teamsters
sters Teamsters Brotherhood into the.AFLr
ICO i- from which the world's
largest union was ousted last De December
cember December on charges' of deep-rooted
corruption.
Some of Haffa's intermediaries
have been pushing this proposal
with some prominent labor lead leaders.
ers. leaders. None of them, however, i.re
in the AFL-CIO national headquart headquarters."
ers." headquarters." r
The intermediaries' ; reportedly
have argued in this fashion: Jt
Hoffa is defeated that's that.
If Hoffa is reelected under a
court-conducted convention, then,
whether this is ditasteful to any
one or not, Hoffa has the majority
of Teamos behind him vsnd tfcat
should be that.-'Vn.-Vw'
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At that fame time, HoWa's ra ra-Ing
Ing ra-Ing envoys point out that ,' tht
Teamsters have btan talking with
Itadtrs ol othar onions in ana
ut of the AFL-CIO who ara
sympathttie to thorn. The Hoff
pteplo havt boon blunt. Thay
have said; that if Hoff and tho
Tatmtteri cart't got back- into
tho Itboo movtmtnt, thay ein
ull some onions out. Thay wouW
thon launch soma tort of now
union;, fedtratian which could
havt tomo 3,000,000 members. Y.
" These reports: may, be part of
the Teamsters' cold war. Or they
may sprint from unofficial con conversations
versations conversations which some Tea mo lead leaders
ers leaders and friends of Hoffa hw had
these past few weeks, asthe Team Team-sters
sters Team-sters Fxecutive Board made de detailed
tailed detailed rlani for its second session
since Hoffa took office, The high
command met last in February.
Under the new rides, it must meet
at least every 90 days.
Or these reoorts may have been
ballooned by the many talks Hof Hoffa
fa Hoffa and other national spokesman
have had with the three monitors
appointed by Federal Judge F.
Dickinson Letts.'1 v Y Y
f These monitors have told Judge
Letts that, their first study of the
Teamsters will be in his bands on
or about June 1. - ;
Oddly enough, Hoffa believes fie

has been strengthened not
weakned by the monitoring
board. The Teamster nationl office

belives that the monitors' report

wrll be so lacking in sharp' criti criticism
cism criticism of the union that tht docu document
ment document will be considered downright
friendly.';: .v y-:.v;;Y .
Furthermore.- Hoffa and S bis
advisers are not unaware that their
position has been strengthened by

the public feuding among ) .the

opposition and the group ten bv
one of the monitors, Godfrey
Schmidt.
This faud will bo ripped wide
opan In Judge Lottt' courtroom
in Washington In a few woolct.
Thtrt, thp 'Ttamtttrt through
thtir attreney Edward Bannatt,
Williams, will rtt'usa to pay tht
$450,000 In ftts and expenses de-
maiidod -of tho' union by tht
Schmidt group which now -has
splintorod.

4 Under the' out-of-court' settle settlement
ment settlement between the Teamsters and

the opposition rank-and-file, : led
by Schmidt, the Union aereed to
pay court costs. The opposition ap apparently
parently apparently now has some : six law lawyers.
yers. lawyers. Schmidt has asked for $200, $200,-000
000 $200,-000 for fees and almost $10,000. in
expenses. Hev has retained San
Francisco lawyer, iBartley fum.
to .win this sum for him. Crum
conferred' with Williams in New
York last week. 1
Another laww wants 25 per percent
cent percent of this. Still a n o t h e r, in
Schmidt's offief. has Just asked
for $17,000 on .the ef minds that he
contacted rdio and TV T"onle and
rented a hall for a ralR Two other
attroneys. 'from Hannd. Cnnn..
have merefy outlined tbir activi activities
ties activities but have set no sijm.
One group of rank-and-filers has
asked for $60.0on in exnena.sAn exnena.sAn-other
other exnena.sAn-other rank-and-fHef has asked for
at least $700 a week, for his id id-vise
vise id-vise as a strategist. "!'' j
- As all this narad. Hoffa be believes
lieves believes his position will b furthr
strengthened and -he will make
some daring moves

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"5 WASHINGTON A private

mncneon meeting between ex.bec

retary of State Dean Ache

a group of Democratic Senators

recently learned that if Achesoa

were Secretary of State today he
would follow pratically the same
policits as John Foster Dulles
Acheson cave some evidence of

this during one ciosed.door meet

ing .ot tne Democratic advisory
committee when he balked at a
.proposal by Gov. Averell Harri Harri-man
man Harri-man of New York to change the
wording of Arhpsnn's rAmnrrstii

plicy1 statement )on foreign af-

lairs.
Adlai Stevenson, another mem mem-ber
ber mem-ber of the advisory committee, al also
so also wanted to change the wording
but Acheson was adamant; The

wording, he said would have N to

stand.

The senators who invited elder

statesman" Acheson to lunch in.
eluded Albert Gore of Tennessee,

Joe Clark of Pennsylvania, Wil William
liam William Prox mire of Wisconsin, Frank
Church of Idaho, and the unof.

Yr "ntor from Alaska, Ernest
Gruening. : -y
They, were surprised when Ache,
son displayed some bitteness- at

Jiis, old friend, George Kenrnn,

whom he had- recommended for

the alUmnortant tost of U.S.
Ambassador to Moscow and who
was the original antbor of the A A-nierican
nierican A-nierican olicy 'of Soviet "qontairt.
ment." This was the Acheson.Tru.
man policy of building American
bases and -a NATO wall all a a-round
round a-round the Soviet to block further
e mansion.
Kennan hasnow advocated coex!!
istence with Russia, has indicated
that- conditions have changes since
the days when he recommended a
toush, uncompromising oolicy a a-eainsl
eainsl a-eainsl Russia. ; Kennan has also
favored demilitarized' zone in
Central Europe in which there
would be no misile bases, eith.
er American or Russian. : Y
Acheson frf talkin? to tha Yen.

ators, was vigorously ooposed to

a oemiin.ari7.ea zone: also seemed
a bit bitter toward his old friend,
Ambassador George Kennan. Y

ARAB BITTERNESS
Illustratin? Arab1 bitterness, A.
cheson told how he had attended
a maefins'qf Arb UN I delegate
whomthe State Denartm'ent had
'"Vited to a cmintrv rlnh n i

New York.

Acheson sooke in Klowin? terms

'the famous irrijaiion works on
the Tigris and the Euphrates riv.
ers.
Acheson told the senators how
he had given the Arab Jea-'ers a
picture of the good life ahead,
told of the. desire of 'the Vnited
States Government to bring hap. 1
pmess to the Arb world, of plans
to send in American capital and
the great future, of the Arab peo.
pie through the development ofx
this irrigation project. .V
It was implied that- they "would s
nave forget their bitterness to.
The Arsib leaders sat arid listen.
ed transfixed to every word that
he said. Acheson told the sens.;
tors. After he had finished they
came n and con-ratulatH him.
'That's the most wonderful
speech we have vever head Mr.
Sppretprv 4hv inA k: i.t.i.'

, I will 1 1 1 1 1 1 111
a i?reat idea' and we're eoing to
get to work on it just as soon as
we ef this. Israel problem set,
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' LOCAL DIPLOMATS
The State Department, which"
haj been doing a Rood lob of get.
tmjf visitors acquainted with the
United Stat. sho"lf v(.n n eve
on some of its unofficial diplo diplomats
mats diplomats inside the USA.
.They seem determined that for.
eign visitors not get to know the
American ttfoole -who.' after all.
are a somewhat important part of
th United states.
In .Prescott) Ariz., the S t a t e'
DeDartment and the Governmental'
Affairs Institute are represented
by. Mi Lels. Roach of the Busi Business
ness Business and Professional Women. She
seems to believe that foreign
visitors should see "the G r n a

Canyon but not get to- know A
merican people. Wh?n Italian.,
members of Parhahient: visited A.
"zona, great pains were taken
that loml Arizo new5ianormn
should' know nothing about the
dinner.-. gjViH in i(r honor.
Aaiir, when ChuVw members
of the Chamber of Deouties stoo.
ped off at the Grand Canyon, the
press and radio stations were boy.
eotted. This was not the fault of
the Chileans, but rather the local
unofficial "diolomats" who h d
motorcars warmed un, ready to
whisk the visitors nff for a full
dose of scenery with no. contacts
with th American, wav of life.
Miss Roach baj instructions that
frein guest Should PH emuintJ

ed wjth small American t o wji s.

01 w ra Prosoerity a n d Amriran Ranches, farms,, and

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could be obtainjedby yeliuilcfingl iter's see the Grand Canyon.

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' ACROSS

I Capital of
Albania
T This country
t has important
resources
13 Prayer ';
II Small space
15 Heavy
drinkers

16 Instruction

Answer to Previous Puixle

V 3 Most matured
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mother

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27 Lessen
30 High
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32 Winglik part
33 Falsehood,
34 Snooze ;
35 Commence
37 Dry, as wine
39 College cheer
40 Bone -.
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44 Feline
45 Footed Vase
40 Scottish , j
sheepfold
48 Gets up
51 Biblical
mountain
54 Peaceful
95 Chinky
56 Tendencies
87 Puffs up ;
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tHAKOE D'AITAIRS OF ARGtM'tNE EMBASSY
WILL BX HOST AT COCKTAIL PARTY SATURDAY
r- Blr. Albert Medus, Charge d'Affalri of the Argentine
Embassy has issued invitations ta government officials, and
membcri of the Diplomatic Corpi accredited to Panama for
cocktail party Saturday trenini from 6:30 to 1:30 In the
Union Club. The party la In commemoration of the May
. revolBtlo In Argentine.

Mr, and Mr. Irewder Leiva
Far Vacation In Statai
Mr. and Mr!. Edward M. Brow,
der Jr. and their eon, BUI, are
among the patienferi aaliinf ior
Mew York tomorrow aboard the
SS Cristobal. They plan to drive
across the country to Hollywood,
California, where they will visit
, Mrs. Browder'i mother and where
tney vill meet their older ion, Lt
j.g.) Edw. B. Browder, who will
have a ten da leave from Pearl
Harbor. The Browderi expect to
be away for six week, v
Miss Nancy Slmen'e "... I
' Mr. and Mrs. Kay Simon of St.
Petersburg. Fla., have announced
the engagement of their daughter
Kancy to Mr. David W. Low, aon
f Mr. and Mrs. Howard Low .of
.it- Petersburg.
Miss Simon is a graduate of
the Bixby Busineii School and it
employed at tha Downing Insur.
ance Agency in St. Petersburg.
Mr. Low ii with the US A r m y
Airborne.
j A fall wedding had been plan.
H..r.:;,:.; f-M-:f-
Mrs. Polly Hamilton
Honored At Stork Shower
Mrs. Polly Hamilton was hon.
ored at a surprise, stork shower
'given by the Curundu Women's
Club at the home of Mrs. Liz Ben.
aon in Curundu Heights recently.
Hostesses with Mrs. Benson were
Mrs. Jean Brady and Mrs. Glo Gloria
ria Gloria Brown. The table decorations,
which featured a clever stork
motif, were made by Mrs. Betty
Sheffie'd.
- Other members and guests were
Mesdames Carolyn AuBuchon. Me.
lida Bembenek, Lily Blumberf,
Genevieve Curb, Jo Therrell, Con.
me neicnen,a uani uiat-urana
dos;, Annaberta Leap, Lucy Sax.
ton, Margaret Johnston. Barbara
Mills, Ruth stuckey, Betty Voll.
man, Beberly Whitelaw, Nivla Mo.
rotii,- Hattie Laird, and Agnes
Ruzicka.
Retirement Party for J, H. Ward
- Scheduled For Saturday
A retirement party -will be glv.
'fl.by the Locks Employes And.
'cuuion Saturday evening in the
; Cristobal Sky Room, to honor Mr.
John H. Ward, electrical superyi.
j.'sor: on his retirement.
t winner wilt be served at 7:00
p.m. followed by dancing until
;;l:00 a.m., Liquid refreshment will
. be served during the e v e n 1 n g.
;; Dress will be leml-forrhal, Tick,
vets'' are. $8.00 per coup e and $4.00
for stags may be secured brom
I; any member of the Association
i ort by calling A. A. Short; 8.S32;
'J. M. Morrison, 5.303 or E. W.
;;MUlspaugh, 5-421.
Mr. Ward, who will retire June
: 3(Eplans to sail with Mrs. Ward,
; oithe Panama Line June 25. Aft.
.,er visit with ther daughter and
family in Pittsburgh, Penn. will
j 'drive to St.. Petersburg,- Fla.,
where they plan to make their
j home.
'', Rainbow Worthy Adviser
Will Bo Installed
Miss Marie, Bleaklejr of Marga.
, rua will be installed Worthy Ad.
- visor of Cristobal Assembly No.
,.2, Order of 'the Rainbow of Girls
J..at; an open installation of officers
to be, held Thursday evening at
l the Cristobal Masonic Temp'e at
"7:30 p.m, Miss Jean Chambers.
;'who is completing her term as
j Worthy Advisor, will be' the in.
... stalling officer.
';? All parents and Interested friends
m are invited. Refreshments will be
' served in .the banquet hall follow.
ing the InStaPation ceremonies.

ISTHMIAN LODGE, A.F. & A.M.

A special communication will
1 conducting funeral services

: BRO. ROBERT BUFORD HARRISON
Lodge will open at 10:15 a.m. at Ancon Masonfe Temple,
Aneon, C.Z., services will be held at St. Lukes Cathedral
Ancon, C.Z- at 11:00 a.m. "'.,'

W. F. YOOJG,
Secretary

I and Otfieiwide
By Staff M

P 3-0140 3-OW LUem ,UU J 10 m. Jt

Graduates
-Mrs. Geraldine S. Ehrmin
dauahter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray-
Simon lormerly of Diablo Heights
and now o, St. Petersburg Fit.,
will graduate on June from
Boca Ciega High School In St.
Petersburg.
Mn. Ehrman will leave on
June 7 to join her husband, Hen.
ry E. Ehrman, son of Mr. and
Mn. Henry Ehrman of Gamboa,
at Fort Bliss, Texas, where he
Is attending the Guided Missile
Air Defense scnooi.
Abtu Saad Temple Will
Spenitr Dinner Danet
Illustrious Potentate Charles D.
i-avauo nas anqouncea tnai abouu
Saad Temple, AAO.NMS, i will

hive a dinner danct on W:UJ?l.rZA

it the Sky Room. Cristobal Ma.
sonic Building. The affair if for
Shriners and their ladies. Dinner
will be served at 7 p.m. md mu.
sic for dancing fol'owins dinner
will be furnished by the Koyai
Sultans. Mixers and ice will be
furnished.
Tickets for' the affair are $130
per person and may be obtllned
irom Noble Wm. Dixon, on the
Atlantic side; nome M. itwinkie,
on the Pacific aide; or from
Temple Director H. V. Howard,
Jr.-,
It has been decided that dress
for this aJair will be semi-formal.
As usua Shriners should' wear
their fez.
Anyone who prtrl not to driv:
across the isthmus at n l g n t
snould contact Capt. W, Munyon,
home telephone Gamboa 134 and
office' Gamboa 128. Arrangements
are being completed, if a suffi.
cient number indicate the need
exists, to furnish a scooter on the
Panama Railroad to take Pacific.
aiders to and from. Cristobal. Tliiy
round.trip fare will be about $4
per person.
1 CHARGES ILLIOAL VOTI
SEOUL, Korea (UP ""Vice'.'
president John M. Chang charged
yesterday that the May a nation national
al national assembly ; elections were con.
ducted under the "most unlawful
and unjust conditions In the hlsto.
ry" of the Republic ot K o r e a.
Chang, a leader of the opposition
Democratic Party that was best.
ed in the voting- by President
Syngmin Rhee's Liberals, issued a
statement blasting the government
and police for "un'awful" inter,
ferenca in the elections.

Starkweather Wants To Kill
Those Who Say He Is Insane

LINCOLN, Neb. (UP) Mass
killer Charles Starkweather said
during a breik at his murder trial
yesterday that if he had hand
grenade he would kill the psycho psychologist
logist psychologist who said he was Insane.
The U-year-old redhead also
laid he would like to shooop his
defense attorney, T. C 1 1 m t n t
Gaughsn: who entered i plea of
inonitv in an 1 attemot to savi
Starkweather from the e 1 e c t r i c
chair. -
Disclosure of his threats wa?
made on the witness stand by Dr.
John O'Hearn nnvchiatrist from
Kansas City, No. O'Hearn had talk talked
ed talked with Starkweather during the
noon break. , v.
Earlier In ,the day. Dr. Nathan
Greenbaum, a psychologist from
Kansas City, had testified Stark Stark-weight
weight Stark-weight has a severe mental di-
v
be held for the purpose of
over the remains of w

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Atlantic Camera Club
Will Present Annual Exhibit
The Atlantic Camera Club Will
present its annual exhibit : on
Saturday, nunaay, ana- iwuaj
tha iiuh rnoma at Mt. Hope. Mo
nochrome print! and slide! Will
be on display each evening at
7:30 p.m. xne puouc is invueu.
IOOF Lodga No. 1
Muti Tadav
There will be a, regular met- i
ina of the Isthmian Canal Rebe-
saa ioage no. i, iuur mis eve evening
ning evening at 7:30 p.m. at the W r i
Memorial Hall. t.
Curondw Women's Club
Will Meet Tomorrow
The pext meeting of the Curun Curundu
du Curundu Women's .Club ; wilt be held
tnmnrrnw mnrninit at 9 a.m. at
the Curundu Community Buildlng.4
The meeting will be a joint .one
with Distaif to honor Sgt, A, J.
Dykhuis for his services to ; tne
rnmmunltv. Guest sneaker will
be Mrs. James Price. All Sworn-
en of the community are invited
to attend, A
National Solturners Will i
Maet TomorrtwAt Albrook-j- ;f $
The Panama Chapter no; 35,
National Sojourners, Inez will
hold its reaular monthly meeting
tomorrow evening at the Albrook
Officers' Club. Cocktails will be
served at 8:30 with, dinner at
7:45. Following dinner, Mr. Henry
Finn will speak on Child Psycho,
logy. All Master Masons are in.
vited. Members art urged to at
'tend.
sease that ("prevents him from
exercising the knowlege of the dlf-
ference between right and wrong."
o nearn testified that ne talked
with Starkweather at noon and
asked him hoW he liked the way
things were going in the trial.
"He said he didn't like- tt at
all," O'Hearn said. "I asked him
what he .would kile to do about
it."
:.v'..'If I'.hidl 'ahahd' grenade, Td
show you," Starkweather was
quoted as saying.;
" ''What wo'ulc you1 do with It?"
O'Hearn said he asked.
"I'd kilF Greenbaum," Stark-
weather reDlied. 1
O'Hearn told Gaushan:
"He also wants to shoot you and
his ex-bosS."
Under further, questioning, O'
Hearn added:
"I don't think ha ha any Idea
of the enormity of the act of
murder. A human life doesn't
mean muclvte him. Right now
he is more 'concerned about be being,
ing, being, declared insane than he us
about going to the tltetrie
ehalr."
Greenbaum had earlier told the
jury he believed Starkweather
would have slain his victims even
with a policeman watching him
Green baum said that had Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather been brought to him as
a patient six months ago he would
r have done his utmost to have him
confined immediately under max
imum security precautions.
"Do you mean you could have
predicted he would commit this
series of crimes?" he was asked.
."I could have predicted that he
wat a dangerous menace to so society
ciety society and I would have-done ev-
erything in my power to have had
him confined," Greenbaum re-
plied.,'
Defense attorney T. C le meal
Gaughan has based hit h6pe of
saving btarKweatner from tne eic eic-Mt
Mt eic-Mt chair on the insanity 'plea.
Tft entire Starkweather family,
including Charlel. has relisted it.
District Judge Harry. A. Spencer
wai liked by United Press yester yesterday
day yesterday what would happen if Stark-
weather were found not guilty1 by
reason of insanity. Spencer said he
would immediately commit Stark Starkweather
weather Starkweather to a state mental insli.
tui'on. ;" I .t- :-.?'?'
Th at- would be- for- an Indefinite
term, he added, and it would be

possible after some years for
Starkweather to be declared sane
and freed entirely.
"But I don't th'nk the' s'ate boar
of examiners wnuM b" likely i
taie such action," he said.
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MISS LOUISE TATE of Gamboa is among the approximately
600 students who will receive an Associate in Arts degree from
Stephens College,' Mo., next Tuesday. Miss Tate is the daugh daugh-r
r daugh-r : fer of Mr., and Mrs. Jesse Tate of Gamboa.

A Lot Of Worry's Wasted
On Unimportant Things

' Does it really matter
1 'That a person you have been
critical of lays something uncom uncom-plimentary
plimentary uncom-plimentary about you? If you
don't approve of him, why should
you expect him to approve of you
or cart if he doesn't?
That a nerson you regarded as
your friend was only making use
of you to further his ambitions?
Through just such mistakes in
judgment you become a outer
judge of character.
That the person for whom you
do a favor doesn't show the pro.
per appreciation? The satisfac satisfac-tion
tion satisfac-tion of helping another shouldn't
come merely from the thanks
you get.
That the friend you go to bat
for doesn t even know what you
have done for him? You don't

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really, want a good friend to feel
indebted to you, do you?
That you do or lay something
that makes you momentarily look
silly or ignorant? Nobody is
wise all of the vtime. 1
That a person seems to dislike
you for no reason? It's more im important
portant important if you ; are disliked .be.
cause you have given someone
cause to dislike you for then
you can do something about it
than to be disliked for vague rea reasons
sons reasons you can't change or help.
That, you make a mistake and
realize afterward that-you. should
have done differently? At least
that's one mistake you don't have
to make again.
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The group classification under
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WASHINGTON. May 20 CUP)-
The government's civilian payroll
has increased $5,200,000,000 in the
last 10 years, Sen. Harry F. Byrd
(D-Va.) reported today.
Byrd' released a report showing
the government's total civilian em
ployment has risen 1. per cent in
10 years and the number of top
jods nas neany trebiea since 1850,
The report wn prepared by the
joint Congressional committee on
reduction of nonessential federal
expenditures, which Byrd heads.
it showed, a vengt civilian em
ployment in tnt government'! exe
cutive branch rose from 2.033.221
in the 1949 fiscal year to an estim estimated
ated estimated 2,316,273 in this fiscal year,
ending June 30. i u ,-The
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500,000,000 $6,-500,000,000 in fiscal 1949 to an es estimated
timated estimated $11,700,000,000 this year.
time hang heavy and wondering
what in the world you can do to
Kill a few hours.'
That no one seems to appreci
ate you? If no one seems to think
you are quite as good as you
think you are, there- is always
the more than slight possibility
that you .may; be .overestimating
yourself. ,.' What you may need
isn't more appreciation : but a
more realistic appraisal of your,
self. '.
ITALIAN OFFICIAL HURT
' VERONA. Italy fUP) r-Ttalian
minister4 of justice' lGuido" Gonella
and two' other persons were in.
jured seriously yesterday f w h e n
their car ran off a road near
here, struck a' tree and plunged
into a creek. Gonella, S3, suffer,
ed a fractured skull, a cut over
the -eye and' two' fractured ribs.
Also injured were Gonella'l sec.
retary, Dr. 'Giacoma Scola, and
the driver, a police "officer : who
was hospitalized in critical condi
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MISS LILIA MARCELA QUINTERO, daughter of Mr. Julio
Qulntero and Mn. Eloisa S. Hansen, whose engagement to Mr. :
peter Mitchell was announced by her mother last night, -Mr
Mitchell is the son of.Mr. and Mrs.,Selin P. Mitchell of Man-s,?
Chester, Conn. He is stationed with the US armed forces at j
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BY MRS, MURIEL LAWRENCE
IF your neighbor' claims a slice
of your back lot, you .will first
protest "to him. If you theh dis
cover him pulling up he raspber raspberry
ry raspberry bushea you've planted, you
will take him- to. court and ask a
judge to require him to. respect
your property rights. ; ,-
You won t try to jrecover mem
yourself. For you are a, member
of a ; civilized community; Y o u
know you're not permitted to take
law enforcement into your own
hands by hitting your neighbor
until he lets eo. of your lot.
Everybody, will approve of your,
law-abiding appeal to tne court s
anthorilv. M i
But when- 7-year old Marilyn
enme rushine to us to complain
that her little brother has tuiv a-i
way with her doll buggy blanket,
we eaU tier a lauieiaie. -;" we
say impatiently,-' Why' areyou
always tel lng on your ? brother?
Don't you know that nobody likes
tattlers?" '
WE show disapproval of the
child who, like the iaw-aoiaing- a a-dult
dult a-dult tailing tm his -neighbor of the
iudae., appeals to ur authority
. V. L . t Lam
It's pretty inconsistent, 1 think
If we are bored by children's
appeals to enforce their property
riaht..then thev should be al.
lnwcrl to itefenH them themselves
We should stop pretending that
they live, in a law-abiding home
and-; permU them to behave
hke the old western pioneers who
enforced their property rights
themselves because there weren't
any judges or courts around to
do it for them.
" BUT parents who ar bored by
children's tattling are usually the
very ones who are horrified by
old western pioneer be h a v i o r.
When Marilyn takes the law 'into
her own hands and attempts to
recover her doll buggy blanket
bv hitting her little brother, they
say angrily:"! don't care what
what Buddy did to you! Don t
you ever dart hit him again!"-
So the tattletale finds himself
in a spot that hardy, strong-minded
pioneers couldn't take, We re.
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fuse him redress for his wrong!
and refuse to allow him to re.
dress them himself. r
I'll tell you a secret: I thin :
that the parents of chronic tattle tattle-tales
tales tattle-tales don't' care whether thelf
wrongs aret rectified or not. .
,;.orth
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South West North Eaat'
1 .Pass ,ir- P
2 -; Pass 6 ... Pas
Pass Pass ... N
Opening ead '.'
"How should we have reached
the grand slam," writes a St. Pet Petersburg
ersburg Petersburg reader. '.'Since I was void
of diamonds' I merely' responded
one heart.. Then when my part partner
ner partner went to two clubs I jumped
directly to six. Should he have -gone
on to seven?',' '"'r
To answer to our reader's ques question
tion question is that it yery difficult to blf
a gran slam : scientifically with
freak hands but I think that North
might have done a trifle better.
After South's two club bid Norlh
might have temporized by bidding
two spades. South would have gone
to' three clubs and then North
might have taken the bull by ho
horns and leaped to seven clubs.
, He could reason that his part..'
ner had shown at least 10 cards
(quite possibly 11) in! the minon
suits and that the grand slam
would have to be a good gamb'e.
, Incidentally while my reader ld
not comment on the play of the
hand it does require a little care?
to bring the grand slam home: j
The opening spade lead must
be won In dummy and the other
Indus enaris vpntnallv rtisparriH
on the ace of hearts. Now the a,c
and king of clubs are cashed .in
order after which. South can start
on the7 diamond, suit which he will
eventually be able to establish by
ruffing three small in dummy.
If South tries a. .cross' ruff be.
fore pulling trumps he;' will get
overruffed in diamonds or hearts
in short order.. If he starts by
ruffing a heart ;he wil wind tip
without being able to establish ei either
ther either a heart or a diamond for
his thirteenth trick. s
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its
QThe bidding has been:
Seuth West North
East
1 Double ; JRedbl,
Pass
Pas
Pas
2 S2 44
4N.T. Pass 5 4
t ,1 N "1
You, South, hold:
48 VACS 4KQ8T84 4Ki
What da you do? i i-A
A i-A Bid six diamonds. Even
though yoar side M aU the see
yon don't want t be in inn)
slam. Your partner Only bid fouf
diamonds earlier.
TODAY S QUESTION J
The bidding has been:
South West North Eaati
1 APuuUe- ReUbl..2 XJ
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You, South, hold:
4AK97IS V8 K1I 4J8II
What do you bid? ( f
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j triSDAY, MAY 23, 1931

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) OnstssM

Offstage md l:rtge: Plowing up teen aje idols: Johnny L P P-of
of P-of a western meet on the Coium- ouli, the 19-yes.r-old addition to
Ma studio lot to make room lor, Walt Disney's music atable. His

new lets cost Hollywood its most
appropriate itreet aign TeUuo
strVeL Puzzled? So spell it back

wardi. . .Wrestler Gorgeous oies it mi. vernon, w. Y. a 88 88-Georec
Georec 88-Georec of the purple robes and point average In science and
clouds of perfume, can't even math. .Roy Roger sprouted a
play it straight on his Banning,' mustache but says he'll shave it
Cal j turkey ranch,- Highway signs off before starting a new TV. s,e s,e-advertiae:
advertiae: s,e-advertiae: Turple Purkey From nes. .it's no Dream Story to

Gorgeous George's Ranch J
Jayne Mansnew promises
she
film. 'Sheriff of Fractured Jaw.'1!
Wanna bet? . .Producer ueorge:
Pal aw a wooden cigar store in-
nut. Ma tnharfO ShOD in
rnrihnhn Hnl and. A label On
the back 'read: '
;'Mack Sennett Studios, Holly Hollywood,
wood, Hollywood, Calif."
TV SOUND VISITORS to Ja Japan
pan Japan cant forget; Little Jon Provost-speaking
Japanese- in the
language dubbed "Lassie" tele tele-lilms
lilms tele-lilms playing TV stations there.
Television guessing game prov proving
ing proving the gun u mightier than the
scalpel or something. Remem Remember
ber Remember the first 'Medic" show about
the young mother-to-be doomed
to die and the two doctors who
laved her life?
Today all' three have their own
TV shows.
The girl, Beverly Gardland, Is
packing a gun In her purse as a
New York policewoman in 'De 'Decoy.".
coy.". 'Decoy.". One doctor, Richard Boone,
stars In 'Have Gun. Will Travel'
and the 'other medic," Lee Mar Marvin,
vin, Marvin, is the pistol-packin' Chicago
police officer In 'M Squad."

;MWc Camera; ;
ClubToProni;
Annual Ertlblijr!,l.
i t v
'I The' Atlantic. Camera Cli'V will
' present its annual photographic, ex ex-Mt;
Mt; ex-Mt; on May 24, 25, and 28. at
' 7 30 at the club rooms in Mount
. Hofle, near the railway station; t
Th exhibit will open on Satur Saturday
day Saturday night .with the presentation of
awards to the makers of the Wirt-

. nine alides and .prints. v M o n o-
chrome prints and color alides

wiU be fxhibitd each evening,
v snd tan rAcorded commentary on

ti color alides wiU be presented

on Saturday and Sunday mghM.
' on Monday' evening the nrogram

will he hiShllghtc" 'Witn metres metres-nf
nf metres-nf atirtn flf the iuA tane-record

ed commentary op the-black and
: ? white prints. v ,
f sin the black and white division,

as urines In Class AA and 1

'' wtnts in Class A have been juda-

i ed bv Don- Haosch, director of
J the Camera Club Judging Service,
l Thntnetrinhle SncleTv of America.

a Minted by Barbara Haosch and

i R. B. Horner, an ot moise, iaa iaa-hn.
hn. iaa-hn. A "nrlnt of the rear" has

been 'selected by W. Kongable
and a oanel of judges from me
riWn Camera Club. .',
- Seventy color alides were also
judged by the PSA iiidginsr lerv-
v by Norman Brlee. of Clayton,
' Mo, Capt. Stuart Townshend V
i the Atlantic club headed the pan pan-el
el pan-el for the selection of the "slid
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album, 'Melodies for Midnight"
is approaching the hit level he
reached, in hTa high aehool itu-
Mickey Rooney. His raeihnrs
with that name has earned the

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. .THE LAN A TURNER headlines
crougnt back memories of the
time Walter Wanger shot and
wounded a Hollywood agent over
the affections -of his wife, Joan
Bennett. When a Loa Angeles
newsman flashed the -news to
Joan's press agent. the public re I
lations expert all but fainted and
then said:
4,0h, my heavens; the 'papers
won't print It, will they?"
'An 'anti-family" TT series?
That's what the man says. The
faan it writer Mel Shavelson and
the aerie is 'The Secret Life of
James Thurber," headed for home
screen, in the fall. The hilarious
works of Thurber ("The Mail A.
niraal," "The Secret Life of Wal Wal-ter
ter Wal-ter Mitty") will be the basis for
the filmed show now in the cast casting
ing casting stages.
g LetXhope they put a lot 7 of
tnougnt into xasting those dogs.
ROBERT Q. LEWIS vi ha
has a' niece us, college- who be believes
lieves believes she's a comnlri failure
She's-been thre for three yeara
ana nas, never had her panties
sioien in;a rpanti "' raid. i
Charles Coburn ordered a cold
tomato, alone with his fish. at
dinner the other night l and a
friend asked, ,. 'Why are you to
speclfie about a cold tomato?"
Because," said Coburn, "good
sense, that is gained only with the
years tells me a fellow my age
haa no businesa fooling around
with hot onea." -.
Hollywoodlte Are Tailklnf A A-bout:
bout: A-bout: 'Matinee Theater" fading
off TV June 27 with a reported
$10,000,000 loss td NBC, Variety
callv it Jthet most expensive fail failure
ure failure In TV history." v .Marlon
Brando taking hit first independ independent
ent independent film,' a western,. to Arizona
for some big location scenes,
Walter Brennan refusing to lose
any sleep about not being paid
for his old film on TV. Aa he
sees it r 'J was glad to get those
jobs. if r built a house and 10
years ilateriald.it; for a profit, I
woman i want 10 cut 'in: the car car-centers,
centers, car-centers, .architects, and brick
layers for a orofit. If'thev decide
to pay us, finei I'll be the first
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Siys AIus ISuxby;
NEW. YORK (UP(-Autiw At
dous Huxley yesterday forecast in
''alarming" new, world in wnich
politicians will make "nonsense"
of the entire democratic proced procedure
ure procedure with election campaigns aim aim-.
. aim-. a.id-Juuscious minds oi
television audiences. ..
. Huxley, whose novel. "A Brave
" hir.rf.m
H 'JC,K hl? iS
!?.Lt2 lr".?1
New World" 27 years ago predict
thought of anything such as Madl
son Avenue'i new technique,
- vn flinumai aavertising.
. Nor. he told a nationwide TV
audience, had 1 he foreseen the
powerful new "mind changing
drugs." which he said a dictatoi
of "111 wiU" could put to evil use
by seizing control of men's minds
with terrible moral and physical
results.
The British-born novelist and so
cial critic, who now lives in Call
forma, appeared on the fourth
filmed and recorded program of a
13-week i series titled "Survlva
and Freedom." v
In answering questions asked
by Mike Wallace. Huxley dis
cussed the subumal advertising
technique, which was introduced
last year but haa not yet won of
ficial acceptance.- :.'
It Involves flashing an adver-
tlaer'a message on and off the TV
screen so fast that the viewer
doei not realize it has been there
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scioua with nleai to "buyBlank's
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He said one of ..ie leaders in
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out without being aware of being persuad persuaded.
ed. persuaded. f .-
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V MANltA, May '20 (UP) r-The
armed forces yesterday launched
a massive drive to crush decisive decisively
ly decisively all remnants of the Communist
Huk guerrilla forces still hiding
out In the Luzon jungles.
Fonr thousand troops set out at
dawn: in .ja dragnet opratioii
through -mountainous- central and
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Cristobal Junior High School will,
be host to 140 Atlantic-side sixth:
graders at an Orientation Day
crogram Tomorrow ; auernoon.
The purpose of the program is to
era with some of the aspects oi
tuuai'i, t'vn. J."-
class routine and school acuvi-
ties which they will encounter up
on entering junior high school next
Fall. Following the program in th
auditorium, the sixth graders will
be taken on a tour of tne building,
after which they will be served re refreshments
freshments refreshments at the achool cafeteria.
The orosram to be presented:
March "Noble Spit
w!t "Ths Blu Danube
Junior High School Orchestra.
Welcome Verna Hlldebrand,
president, Junior High School
Student Association.
Corneto Solo "Andantino" Le Le-mare;
mare; Le-mare; JoluvWainlo, Cornet; Jo Joanne
anne Joanne Tang, Piano accompaniat.
Panel Discussion "Did You
Know?" '.-v
Sixth graders: Mickey Mctlhone
Pamela Renew, Elaine Pine, Phil Philip
ip Philip Jonea, Shirley Dianne Drell, Jo
aeph Koch.
Seventh graders: Rene Owen,
Harriet Hewitt, Michael Buna,
William Will. .-
Vocal Duet "Gypsy Love
.Sons" Herbert: Sandra Husted
and Elizabeth Drydale; Grace Ar
go, piano accompanist, ",
r Gymnastic Exhibition .direct
ed bv Mr. Paul Moser.
Remarka Mr. Paul L Beck,
principal. :
Vocal Selclioni ''Kentucky
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PITTSBljRGH. May 20 (UP-
Pennsylvania voters, i including
President Eisenhower, ballot
day in a primary election attract
ing nationwide Interest because f
Harold E. Stassen'a independent
bid for the Republican nomination
tor Governor,
Eisenhower, once served by Stasj
?;d.,h" nottodl.
caiea wnicn neguDiican seamen
win receive nil vote.
After voting, the President will
travel by helicop:er to Harrisburg
and board the Presidential plane
oiumDine in lor New Yoric where
he delivers a major speech tonight
on the nation's economy,.
Cloudy to sunny skies, but n
rain, were forecast.
Stassen, three time governor of
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Gonigle Mc-Gonigle Reading businessman who
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nization. organization. ; ;
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: ? By MILTON RICHMAN ;
". NEW YORK, May 20 (UP) Milwaukee picked on
favorite "patsies" the Cincinnati Redlegs1 to re recapture
capture recapture the National League lead and even added a bit

or inaigniry dy.ucuiihvj nisi"

C The 4-3 victory in 12 innings over
. the Redlegs last night gave the
Ttrave their sixth triumph m eigiit

v s.arts against Cincinnati so far,
and although tnais.suu a iuuS
way Irom the 18 out of 22 they
- won last season, Fred : Haney's

. crew feels it will do for a start.
B..fnr th ramnaipnijcsan. ma-

nager Burdief Tebbetts said his Bed-
legs were Douna w win mure inu
four games from the Braves this

year. Maybe so, out mey nau oei oei-ter
ter oei-ter get moving soon.
', Hank Aaron's foul ball settled
matters last night.
Turk- Lown, Cincinnati's fourth
pitcher,- set -the .stage for Milwau Milwau-kee's
kee's Milwau-kee's winning run in the 12th when
, he yielded a single to Red Scboen Scboen-enst.
enst. Scboen-enst. Johnny Logan followed w:th
a double, moving Schoendienst, to
third, then Frank. Torre was pur purposely
posely purposely walked, filling the bases.
Tom Acker took ovtr for Lown
and Aaron stroked looping foul
toward the left field bullpen.
Shortstop Eddie' Miksis, recent-,
: ly signed as a fret agent after
being released by Baltimore
scampered back and caught the
- ball but Scheendient beat his re relay
lay relay te the plate for the winning
' run. ?
It was a tough one for the Red Red-legs
legs Red-legs to lose, especially after they
had battled back to knock our. War
ren Soahn and tie the score with

a pair of runs in the bottom of
.tne nmtn. r -..,-. t
Spahn, shooting for his ...se ...seventh
venth ...seventh atraieht complete game vic
tory, appeared to have it in his
grasp when Andy Pafko homered
off reliever Hal Jeffcoat -in the
top of the ninth to stretch Mil Milwaukee's
waukee's Milwaukee's lead to 3-1." r'
But the (Redlegs chased Spsh"
T
Viffi Smith Wins
Betsy Rawls
, SPARTANBURG S.C.' (UP)
Last week" defending "-cham-ion
Betsy Rawli predicted thut a 216
would win the sixth annual golf
, tournament that bears Iter name.
And that was the score that won
it Sunday for freckled Wiffi Smith.
The 21-year-old shotmaker from
St. Clair, Mich., put a hot putter
to work in the Jinal round for a
72 that carried her past Beverly
Hanson of Indio, Calif, and Mic.
key Wright of Chula Vista, Calif;,
' in the Peach Blossom-Betsy Rawls
event. . ,(
Miss Hanson closed out with a
75. Her 54-hold score of 218 was
eooH fnrvsecond moneV. Miss
Wrrght posted a 219 to tie Marlenet
Bauer Hagge of Del Kay tseacn,
. 1 1 r 1 : IT-
Fla., for third place. Miss Hanson
and Miss Wright had been tied
for the lead at 143 going into the
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with' their two-run rally in the.bot
torn of the frame. It marked the
first time in his last seven games
and only the second time this sea
son that Spahn failed to iinisn.
. Ed Bailey homered with one out
and the bases empty and then
with two out. Smokv Baurgess Jin
ed a pinch 'Single and Bob Thur.
man drove m the tying run witn a
pinch double to left-center.
Fire-baller Don McMahon, who
took over for Spahn in the ninth,
scattered four hits the rest of. the
way to gain the decision. Tebbetts
employed 21 players in a vain ef effort
fort effort to snare the win. ,v 1
; It was the only game scheduled
In the, majors.;.-
The red-hot San Francisco
Giants, however, walloped the
Chicago White Sox, 10-1, in an
exhbition game at Minneapolis.
Pete Burnside and Ray Crone
combined to limit the slumping A-
merican Leaguers to four hits while
the Giants pounded Bob Keegan
and Tom Quakers for IS safeties
Bob Speake, Jim Davenport ani
Ray Jablonski each homered for
the Giants. Bubba Phillips' secont
inning homer provided the White
Sox with their only run.
: The Philadelphia Phillies edg edg-.
. edg-. ed the Washington Senators, 7-4,
In another exhibition tilt at Phi- 1
ladelphia. , ?
Two errors b rookie shortstop
Ossie Alvarez and Solly ; Hemus'
steal of home highlighted a three-
run seventh inning rally that prov
ed tne f nus margin of victory.
.:'Rio iRenulski and Chuck Esse.
gian hit homers off Senators start starter
er starter Ralph Lumenti who struck out
11 but walked seven in the seven
innings he worked. Ken Aspromon Aspromon-te
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NEW ;YORK MaV" 20 ilJP)
Rocky Nelson, always an outstand.
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gain a-gain in the international league.
v The tall first-baseman hit three
homers during the course? of a
double-header Monday as his To
ronto Maple Lea.s sp 4 With Ro.
Chester, winning the opener. ."114;
son, who has flubbed several ma major
jor major league trials, now leds the Int International
ernational International League in homers with
13. .-
Montreal increased its first place
lead to four games over Rochest.
ier by whippinf Bufalo, 74. Babe
Birrer needed ninthanning relief
to win his fourth game In five ae.
I ii. -rt 1 -n..ivi.
ciMons lur uie xvoyais. aua uaiey,
making his first start for Buffa'o
since his arrival from Kansas Ci.
ty, took the defeat, is
A scheduled contest between Mai Mai-mi
mi Mai-mi and Richmond was postponed
by rain and Havana and Columbus
were not scheduled.

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Mays, S. Fco. 32 128 31. 52
Crowe, Cinci. 21 68 7 25
Spencer. S. F. 32 127 23 43
Walls, Chi.' 33 130 25 44
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Cerv, K.C. 25 90 26 31 .344
Runnels. Bos. 29 115 14 36 .313
Lollar, Chic. 24 80 11 25,. 313
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Mays, Giants 11
Cepeda. Giants s 11
Walls, Cubs 11
Spencer, Gaints ' 9
Mathews, Braves 9:
AMERICAN LEAGUE
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Jensen, Red Sox fy -J
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Lollar, White Sox 1 u 5
Minoso, Indians ' ,t ; 5
'Gernert, Red.Sox ; M 5
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Thomas, Pirates SO'
Mays, Giants". 0 T 29
Walls, Cubs . 25
Cepeda, Giants- ' 25
Crowe, Redlegs 25
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Jensen,, Red Sox , 23
Gernert, Red Sox" 20
F: Boiling, Tigers s 1 18
Carrasque', Indians .r 17
Maxwell, 'Tigers L. 17
Minoso, Indians ; 17
Maris, Indians 't ... 17
Vernon, Indians 17
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By BILL CLARK
KANSAS CITY, Mo., May 20
(UP) An unprecedented appeal
to the more vociferous fans of
Kansas City has turned jeers to
cheers for Hector Headley Lopez,
A's third baseman.
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Lopex,. a 25.year.old Panama,
nian who hit a (olid .24 last
yar, has for some time betn
the club's, chief "whipping boy."
; "Lopie," as ht't called, could
bang out two hits a game, but
make en error and Municipal
Stadium would vibrate from the
-boos.' '-.,:. :,'..'.', ',''.; f i"
,' Though he opened the current
season defensively improved, lin
first mis-play was the signal for
a resurrection' of the somewhat
mysterious derision. Considered a
shy, sensitive athlete, Lopez seem seemed
ed seemed doomed for another year of
Verbal abuse when Athletic man.
ager Harry Craft stepped in.
Craft talked with Lopez,' assur.
ing the Latin third baseman his
play was good. "You'll stay at
third regardless of what anybody
says so long as you keep your
head up;" Craft declared. But be
fore ending the conversation, the
manager laid the matter on the
line. "Surely you're not eoine to
allow a few unthinking fans !o
ruin your career," he asked.'1
Craft's final step in the unpre.
cedented appeal came when news-
You Have To
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NEW YORK (UP) You have
to fight dirty, says Fritzie Zivic,
to be a champion.
Fritzie snoutd know. He was one
of the dirtiest in ring history and
admits openly that it "rankles :
him to be piaceu second in that
department to Harry Greb.;
"In boxing, a good, dirty
man is hard te beat', says the
former welterweight champion,
"Usually it takes a better and
dirtierman te do it."
Fritzie, makes this all startling.
ly clear and draws a smutty pic.
ture of the fight racket in a True
magazine article which hits the
Stands Tuesday.- In it, the master
of the heel, butt, thumb and lash,
ing laces tells' without restraint
about guys he "carried" and how
and guys he was- supposed to
carry and didn't, s ..
But his theme !ls the non-Mar.
quis of Queensbury manners used
inside the ring- to reacn the r top
and he places Greb, Jack Demp.
sey and Jack Johnson among the
best when it came to free-for-alls.
He also lists- Rocky Marciano,
Archie Moore and Sandy Saddler
as, tacticians of terror.
BOXING CALLED DIRTY
."It is true," says Fritzie, "that
boxine is a dirtv business inside
the ring and outside. Jf you re
smart, you fight with every tnck
you know. If I hadn't knowh nine
zillion of them I never wo u I d
have won the "welterweight title
from Henry Armstrong, who knew
just as many,"
Pointing out Dempsey, Johnson
Whatever y
Happened to ;..
A. R. (BUCK) FLOWERS
' Buck Flowers, a one-man gang
at Georgia Tech, made the 1920
All America football team as a
halfback and set numerous rec
ords for his school. Two former
Tech coaches have been named
to football's hall of fame but
Flowers -is the only Tech man
who made the "Hall" on playing
ability : alone.'7 'In 4520, against
Georgetown, he set 1. record for
the longest run from scrimmage
80 yards, since surpassed and that
year rushed a total 01 1.4Z3 yards,
still a record.
' Whatever happened to Buck
Flowers? He lives now at Bir.
mingham, Ala., where he is the
Southeast's supervisor of mortgag
es for the Metropolitan Lilt 1 in
surance Company, J
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men approached him prior to the
next game. The manager express,
ed profound confidence in Lopez
and low regard for his goaders.
He ; attributed Lopez' "reaction to
fan blasts to an "unfamiliarity
with American ways." ,-.
Fi

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mp, iays .ivic

and ;Grebr' Zivic describes : them
as "wonaef fully dirty fighters. i
"And they," he says, "were the
three, best -lighters of 'all time.
Look at the tnree best champions
ot our day Rocky Marciano. who
was one of the best afier-tne-bell
punchers J ever sw;''' 'cute'; Ar
chie Moore, "and alley -fignler San.
dy Saddier a.'o .them,, tne book is
something you could clout a guy
with if you had tit-, ready J'ii ; i
Joe Louis and Gene Xunnev he
places in a saintly class by,' tnehi-
; LOUIS TOP PUNCHER
"But i Joe Louis Was a. one-ina;
million, puncher," say s the bald
basher from' Pittsburgh. Tunney
did it by keeping ih such good
condition he Wasn't like a human
being." ' '.;..iVr---
Admittmg that Greb s ranking
as the dirtiest of all time "ran.
kles" him, Fritzie says he is Will
ing to settle for "second best."
;"My elder brother Jack tells
me that if you Jifted your leg
high enough Oreb would hit you
en the bottom of the foot," Frit
lie says with a journalistic
chuckle.' "Why, Creb once bit
a good.sized chunk right out' of
an opponent's shoulder,'-' M
. Fritzie never: Went that far. But
he'pame close, and he tells alt, a.
bout the butting, the low punch.
ing and the various other "strate
gems; used in winning p r i ze
fights. He was, he boasts, singU singU-larly
larly singU-larly equipped. A' doctor who
X-rayed him one time discovered
that his cranium was two. and
one-half times thicker than Ijhat
of the ordinary man. v
PAAF Co. Level -f:
Basketball Tourney
To Begin July 10
The 1958 Panama Armed Forc
es Company Level c BasketDail
Tournament will be held at Fort
Clayton July 10 through 21. U.S.
Army Caribbean Special. Services
announced this week.
The tournament will be conduct,
ed on a double elimination basis
and will decide the i PAF Com.
pany Level cage champions for
1958. ;:. ,: ; M. --
r The first anid second -pl a e e
teams from Albrook i; Air. Force
'Base. Army Atlantic. .Fort Ami.
dor, Fort Clayton, Fort K o b b e
and 15th Naval District' will be
invited to participate in the tour,
nament. -. -; j.-..Si.S.ii if.;'.;'.
4- ::ry.
Siowno At Your Service
Center Theatres Toniqht
BALBOA 1 6:15 & 8:05
"20 Million' Miles To Earth"
DIABLO HTS. 7:00
Boris Dayt Gordon Macrea
"BY THE LIGHT OF THE
SILVERY MOON,r
GAMBOA
Randolph Scott
"THE TALL T
7:jOO
GATUN 7:00
"THE CYCLOPS"
MARGARITA V 6:15 & g;20
"THE BAND WAGON"
CRISTOBAL f. 7:00
Victor Mature, Anita Ekberg
"INTERNATIONAL POLICE"
PARAfSO 6:15 'ft :25
"HIDDEN GUNS" and
"STJPPY McGEE"
SANTA CRUZ 6:15 & 8:10
Glenn Ford, Van Heflin f
"S:10 TO YUMA"
CAMP BIERD 6:15 & 9:10
i "SCANDAL INC.' and
"Savage Horde" 7:35 only

0

Lobe

The response te Craft's state.
ment was staggering. An eva.
tion rivalled only by that ac.
corded slugger Bob Cerv greef.
d Lopex' evary move. Letters,
"more than I'd believe," pour.
ed in, assuring Hector in to
many words, "We love you."
, Lopez warmed to the reaction
and played flawless ball in a
three-game sweep of .Detroit, and
smashed one homer. That calieo
for another round of cheers for
Lopie, who emerged from the
depths of despair to become a
standout candidate for a "do no
wrong" guy as far as local fans
are concerned.
USArCerib fchcsl,
UnbDEJcn In Cqo
Loop, Wins Again
B Battery of the 765th AAA Bat
talion dropped a 66 to 30 d e c l-
sion to tne UoAKLario acnooi
cacers as the school hopsters
mamtamed a tignt gnp on tneir
perfect 6 and 0 first place rec
ord in, the Armr Atlantic' Compa Company
ny Company Lever Basketball Tourney.
In other basketball action last
Friday an improved Navy Galeta
Point squad lost a 51 to 45 deci
sion to C" Company, ists uatue
Groupi 20tL Infantry, while Navy
Harbor' Defense Unit took t h e
short end of a 47-46 thrUler a-
gaidst R6dman,NavaL Station in
the first game of the -15th Njval
District's round robin tournament,
Action- in Thursday's game be
tween ,the B Battery Pacers and
the USARCarib School saw the
school cagers pour 20 consecutive
points through the basket in the
first quarter, ot which Dig Jor,
Foster personally accounted for 16.
The Pacers manaeed to tally on
ly eight points in the period.
Leading the Pacers', scoring ef
fort was spunky forward Richard
Oberholtzeu, who netted 16 points
on seven field goals and two cha charity
rity charity shots.; High point ; man to-
thb School was, of -course, 'Fos
ter. who totaled 28 points ani
was followed by team mates Dnn
Myers and pJoel Hansen with 16
and 14 points" respectively.
Friday night saw Navy Galeta
Point, led .by"Ftank Hollady's 19
points, run out cf gas in the last
quarter to lose to U Company uy
six points. Posting the big score
for C Company. was "Jim i .Beeves
(with 18, followed 'by George" Pl'
on with 15? ;;';"; y"' -'; '-'.' -'!:t-
In the first game of. the 15th Na Naval
val Naval District'! round robin tourney,
of which five games will be play
ed in the Fort Davis Gym, Navy
Harbor Defense Unit lost a one one-point
point one-point heartbreaker to Rodman Na Naval
val Naval Station. High point man for
Rodman was Walt Bell with 2 3
while Dave Pelock led Harbor De Defense
fense Defense with 14 points. --
CARIBBEAN COMMAND SERIES
v . w J.
A determined Fort Kobbe nine
outmanepvered the Albrook Dodg.
ers by a score of 2-1 Sunday after.
noon to take second place in the
Caribbean Command Canal Zone
Little League World Series as the
final game was played at Fort
Kobbe. The Coco Solito Cubs
clinched the championship la st
weekly
The game was highlighted by
tight iniield -play on both sides
and only by capitalizing on .the
breaks was the game decided. Al.
brook's .Dodgers drew first blood
as David Hale scored on a passed
ball in the top of the third. Fort
Kobbe came back in the same in
to score Vic .Alers on a single by
Greg Thomas,, and Jerry Banks
scampered home on an overthrow
to third on the same play.
Hits were chalked up for Fort
Kobbe by Vic Alers, Jerry Bands
and Greg Thomas, who got singles.
Bruce Buxton slapped out one
single for the Dodgers.
.; John Street tossed for Fort Kob Kobbe
be Kobbe and was credited with the win.
He fanned five and walked seven,
but excellent infield backing kept
him out of trouble. Tom Santell
was the losing pitcher in spite of
striking out 10 Kobbe batters and
only walking six. ; '
- FINAL STANDINGS H
Teams W L
AAF (Cubs . 5 1
CZ AF (Ft. Kobbe) 3 3
Albrook AFB (Dodgers) 2 4
Curundu (Dodgers) n J, 4
'-'.o, ..ii n rn'i i i' i I n iiiii";'"';:;;'-":
Skowron Hopes
To Return To
Lineup May 30
NEW YORK May 20 (UP)-Bill
Skowron, glad to be out of the hos.
pital, said today his back condi.
tion is "coming along well" and
that he hopes te return to the Yan.
kees lineup upon their return for
the West May 30,-
Skowron was discharged yester.
day from L. Jlill Hospital where
he underwent treatment for, a
muse e tear in his back that he
suffered during -f doubleheader
with the Senators on May 11.
Hospital officials said Skowron' s
injury had responded well to treat-
. .. a.

Editor: CONRADO EARCZANT

ft ;

NATIONAL LEAGUE
W L Pet.
Milwaukee
San Francisco
Pittsburgh
Philadelphia
Chicago -St.
Louis'
Cincinnati
Los Angeles
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11 21
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Los Angeles at .Milwaukee (N)
Chicago-at Pittsburgh (N)
St. Louis at' Philadelphia (N)
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Cinci. "i
Spahn,
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Lown -(0-2), Acker and Bailey,
No other 'fames scheduled.
Billy Maxwell Wins
Memphis Open Willi
Tim Tarn' Finish
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) -Texan
Billy Maxwell turned 1 in "a Tim
Tarn finish" in winning- the Mem Memphis
phis Memphis 'Invitational' golf tournament.
In Odessa, Tex., pirbuster post posted
ed posted a five.under.par 65 in the final
round Sunday to edge, hometown,
er Cary Middlecoff by one stroke
for the top prize of $2,800 j j
Maxwell wound up with 72.
hold total of .267 while Middlecoff
fired a 6 in the final round for
a 268. Walker Cup player Mason
Rudolph of Clarksville, Tenn., who
entered the last round .with a
three.stroke -iead ver Maxwell,
Middlecoff and Marty Furgol, had
to settle, for third place with a 70.
269. -' $L
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" Yesterday's Results
No games scheduled.

DRINK THEIR PRODUCT
FRANKFURT, Germany (UP)-
West German champagne manu manufacturers
facturers manufacturers produced 42,000,000 boti
ties of champagne in 1957 but on. 1
ly one. per cent of the toal- out. ;

put was exported, industry spokes.
men said yesterday
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TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER'

in n

M

i to

C.H.S. Again
iDeats winless
Junior College

VFW leener Loop County Fair
Sef Memorial Day Weekend

snow.

r-

HORSE HEIR Ready tq carry on V well-known hame in
harness racing m a few years, young .Stevie Harner poses
proudly with his granddad, Levi, left,' and father, Eldon, at
Buffalo Raceway. The elder Harners operate a 40-horse stable.

I

way

HORACE STONEII-'i profesi profesi-ei
ei profesi-ei contentment with &-a Francis Francis-'
' Francis-' co support o his Giants (wnicfi
dipped under 6,000 a couple of
days). .but could really c tck.r
according to our Coast scouts,- u"
aome ot his staffhngs would get
off their duffs and promote ihe
club in the vast Suburbia and ex ex-i.kia'
i.kia' ex-i.kia' nf in. Rav area. .. .a :Jau-

ina which also caused them

lose out in New York. .
. Couldn't sprinter Dave Sime
' afford to give up his baseball am-
Kiiun. Wans a croup of Dune

alums have guaranteed his
through med-school?..,.,!.

- k Anrotx veam aeo there were

a couple of earnest young men m
i. r.nmaiiuwominarv at Niagara

- Falls studying: 'for1 the priesthood

. .both from he nusDurgn bij
,ithnnt hieh school bankgtound

: .,nrt Diverted from their

religious studies, however, they
turned to athletics and became
major leaguers in different aremas
. vstill in Pittsburgh. . ..Jacs
Butler has no peer in pro foot football
ball football as a defensive bark for the
'Steeler$. . Frank Thomas, of
rnnrspl is thft big weaoon at bat

nr thm nrnrisin2 Pirates

v How rrid coaches keep, .happy

durine the off season: the staffs

. f thp Browns' and -' Stee'ers arc

engaging In :. a home-nd- home

golf duel.' ... -i j.
In MVILWAUKEE and e 1 s f
where-it's still "Lew Burdette"
every time 'you pick up a pappr
or magazine.. '.. .hut the, sardonic
. slinger of the championship Graves
signs hi autopraphs "Lou." ;
And: in Oakland, across the Bay,

"V'lJsimlv "The CIAN'TS .A3

, IF THERE WERE NO San Frsn
Stiff-collared Stanford alumni

were stniht-backed when t hey

heard -their new erid coach car

-' th handle of Cactus Jack

Curtice. -f '.'prompting a campus
iwritlcr to suggest it ', be changed
tto Eucalyptus Jack... .

""Rlackie Sherrod. the tippy new

f anorR editor of the Dallas Tirries-

Herald. found out quick whether

the natives read him. . went t

' Louisville for the Kentucky Derby
n discovered a citizen who car-r'edi-a
Pacin Form under one

arm. and a Bible" under the oth

.-; .seeking a" clue "s to how

Noah's Ark horses ran in .flooi

uothBlackie. andPromntly

with irate callers from the Bible

Jammed the paper's switchboard

belt.
A poll of National Leaguers eon

to rv r& ri

ffankThonias'

vinces you Robin' R o e r 1 1 is
through. .all he has left is con control.
trol. control. . '
; Ty Cobb, .visiting Seals .Stadijd,
approached Willie Mays; '"iB e t
you don't know who I am." .'
"Nope," shrugged Willie. ."'Give
you a clue," offered Cobb. "My
first name is Tv", ."Tv?" Wil

li-. l,ftJ k.'o 'T i.,knl"'l

Tha.'s like the. .time "the Dork
ers' Don Zimcr, who doesn't shy
-irohv the ponies, "Said to rooniif

Don Drysdale, C mon, let s go

ou( to julfstream. .v. .and Ail Ail-American
American Ail-American boy Drysdale answered,

"Aw, who ,wai I,? go fishmgV

FINAL STANDINGS

Taamj r w L Pet-

Balboa High School 5 1 .833

Cristobal High 4 2 .667

Junior College 0 .000

. .
' Friday's Results
Cristobal High 49 Jr. College 41
Tuesday Night (at Margarita).
Unisports vs Ft. Gulick Co.
"C") :
C.H.S. Vs Athletic Club
By. TREVOR SIMONS
The defending champs of 1957,
C.Z. Junior College, in a complete
reversal of form, finished the
1958 season with a ictory Friday
night when the Tiigers from Cris.
tobal High added the finishing
touches with a 49 to 41, win, ;
Friday night's game, poorly at.
tended because of its insigni'i
cance in the final outcome of
the season, firmly placed the Ti.
gers in second place as the three
school quinters mound up their
regular season and planned prep,
arations for the annual- C.Z.J.C,
Invitational tournament that o.
pens at Balboa Thursday night
Eddie Pabon paced the Tigers
In their victory over' J.C' with a
13 point attack and J.C.'s Bruce
Spurtock was top man of the
night and his team with 15 points.
'' InvitationarOpan Thursday-
The best available basketball

talent on the Isthmus" will be as assembled
sembled assembled Thursday FridJy and Sat.
urday for the playing of the an an-nual
nual an-nual Jr. Colleee Invitation tourna.

ment. Junior Colleee.' host of the

gala affair, are the underdogs
for this big show, while Albrook

AFB are top heavy favorites to

wrest the crown of C.Z. champs

from Universal Sports.

Thoneh Unisnorts are expected

to put up a fight In derense of

the r 1 1 e. reports reacnine tms

writer indicates that .Albrook Air
Force will floor one of the best

basketball teams ver assembled

on the Isthmus.
Sports Briefs
- SPARRING XURTAILID-

' grossingern, y. (Up)'.

Trainer Whkev Binstein' said yes

terday he plans to curtail vines
Martinez' sparring sessions this

week so he woa'i be overtrained
lor his June 6 bout with Virgil

Akins for tne vacant world wsl

terweight championship. Martinez

worked six rounds Sunday for, the,

sixth consecutive day. .

i PoDcorn. cotton candv.

balls, rides, wheels, bingo, prizes ar assist -rom me veterans oi
and suprises just like the county j Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiiary,
fairs back home, are all planned friends and. baseball fans, are all
for the biggest and best fair to pitching in to assure the public
be staged on the Isthmus. I of providing fun for everyone dur-

The V.F.W. Teener League, with ing the long Memorial day week.

ena

Crc!!:d Chicken
!!: Have Cost US
IVcijhlling Win

NEW YORK (UP- A broiled

chicken may have. cost the y.S

team a face-saving victory m us

weight-lifting series with Russia,

Beaten 6-1 and 4-3 in two pre-
' i ii. vr r

vious meets last ween me u. a.
barbell crew split the first six

matches aeainst the Russian lift

ers in their final meet at Madison

Square Garden Saturday night.
' Them middle heavyweights Dave

Sheppart of Washington, u. u.,

. ...

and Dr Arkady vorooyev wok ove

for the final event which would

decided the winner. Each totalled

1.002,3-4 pounds for the standard

three lifts-press, clean-and jerk

and 1 snatch. Under the rules of
weight-lifting,, the decision goes to

the Mter-who weighed less.
Each weighed 197 3-4 pounds be

fore the match, but In the post-

match weieh-in. Vorobvev scaled

195 1-4 to Sheppard's 196 and thus

was awarded tne decision mat

gave tire visitors their third

straight victory. i

Later ft develooed that Sheonard

finished his lifting chores before
Vorbyev, and, while waiting for
his opponent to complete his lift;,
stepped out for a snack, which
consisted of a half chicken.

Sn:2d Wins Another

CijOno By Edging

Pbyer In Playoff I

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,

W. Va. (UP) Give a fellow like

Sammv Snead an inch and he'll

take a mile. "That's wnat uary
Pla ver the personable younf

Sou.h African, did Sunday and it

cost him top place in the Snead
Golf Festival. J ? v v ".
.The first inch Player gave Snead
was on the final hole of the 72 72-hole
hole 72-hole tournament. It was by that
much the 22-year-old professional
missed a putt that wouM. ? have
given him first place in the fou
day toruney on. Snead's home
grounds. ':""; ::''',if;3
When Player finished his fourth
sub-Dar round with a four undcr-

par6 it tied him and Snead for,1

first with identical scores oi zm
16 under par. Snead had finished
with; a 67, t: ;.,
The second big inch given Snead
by Player was on the fifth hole

of a pressurized sudden deatr

playoff. : Player missed another
five-foot putt b$ an inch. Snead

was there this time to take ad advantage
vantage advantage of it and knocked in one
of three feet for a birdie .on the

par-four hole-and the champion-

thin.'' . '..."j '.v

Bantam (Ben Hogan' was 'thirl

with 265.1 After sharing the lead

for three rounds, he carded a 68

Sunday '

Roy Gulbreth Top Scorer
In Interschool Basketball

Truman Gibson talks friendly

like -about wanting to huddle 'with

Patterson skipper Cus D Amto,
. ;but the last time he was a

round .crus.acheous Constantine.

onlvjais heels showed. .he took

off while Cus was in a middle o

a tirade -directed against IPC

hirelings Harry Markson and Bil

ly. Brown. ,

The reason the erid Giant were

able to nab All-Pro Lindon- Crow

from the Cars for pracgicailv no

thing is that was a question of

Chicago trading the defensive back

for a little something (Dick No

lanVor writinf him off the retire

ment-he wouldn't play for the

Cards).
,? Between you'n'me, look'for Tex

j's Eddie Southern to electrify

the track world shortly, v all the

way from the stnts to the mid
die distances "The greatest run'

per I've ver spp V says' Payto"
Jordan, SSanford's shrewd" track

pnch. -. .'' 1

T teach Johnny to enter the water properly by Jumplnp,
line himup on the swimming pool deck where the water to
.ehest deep. Have Win Jump ln,N strike the bottom push off
1 In an upward and forward motion, and tininediately begin to
wlnt the human atroke. -.. .uvf -.. v '. .a
(Mot No. 12)

FROST, BUENO TAKE TENNIS

WIESBADEN. Germariy (UP.)r-

Jack JTroai of Monterrey, r Calif,
won the men s singles title: in tn

Wiesbaden International !" Tennis

'lournament Sunday and then

teamed with Mana Bueno, : who

earned the women s singles tuie,

10 win the mixed doubles, irost

downed Peter Newman of Austra

lia, 6-2, 6-1, 6-2. Miss Bueno tie

feated Kenne scnuurman- ot douir
Africa. 6-3,8-6, 6-2.-,

BATTY, DROBNY WIN;
BARCELONA. Spain (UP)-rVe't

eran iBudge Patty of Los Angeles

and Paris teamed with Jarosiav

Drobny o Egypt Sunday to win

the men s aouoies uue in tne

Count of Godo International Ten

nis Tournament. They defeated

Mervyn Rose and Warren Wood

cock of Australia, 7.5, J,, j,
' v BOUT POSTPONED

MEXICO CITY (UP) Heavy

rain Sunrfav. forced postponement

of the Davey Moore-Roberto Gar

cia featherweight fight ; at the

Melxico City Bull Ring until next

Sunday. Moore of Springfield, u
hio is the tOD rankine contende:

for the 126.pound title, while Gar.

cia, of Mexico, is unranked;

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Tim Tern's Jockey
For Belmont takes

Is Tha Bin Quaslbn

BALTIMORE UP)- Tim Tam,

winner of the Kentucky Derby and

the Preakness Stakes, stood at the

thrashold to turfdom'l hall of
fame today, and the only question

seemed; to be who 1 will ride pirn
to a Triple Crown victory in the

Belmont Stakes.

Ismael Valenzuela took over the

ridina- chores on Tim Tarn' after

IBiU Hartack broke a leg a weeki
before? the Kentucky Derby. Vil-i
fenzuela proved a talented substi

tute, for he .rode Tim Tam bril

liantly in the Derby Trral. the Ken

tucky Derby and last Saturday's

Preakness Stakes when Tim Tam

oroved his superiority over the

present crop of three-year olds
without the shadow of a doubt.

But now Hartack is ready to ride
again and. trainer ..Jimmy Jones
must decide whether .to-reengage
the jockey champion or not. ,.-:

Neither, boy is .under contract

to Calumet Fram. However, Har Hartack
tack Hartack has. been as loyal to Jones
as if he was tied up with a formal
agreement and such loyalty, should
work both- ways. But, it hardly
would be fair to replace ; Valcn Valcn-tuzuela
tuzuela Valcn-tuzuela after, the masterful job he

has done.

. That has placed Jimmy, Jones

squarely on a hot spot. For Tiu

Tarn's r chances of becoming the

ninth Triple Crown, itwer in bis-

tory seems to depend solely upon

showing up at Belmont Park for

the Belmont Stakes June 7. v

For the children there will be

train rides, cars, pony rides,, fish
pond and many other forms-of en.
tcrtainment. To quench their
thirst, or appease their hunger,
hoi dogs, hamburgers, soda pop,
snowballs, and ice cream will be
availab e. t :j t (
The adults are not being over,
looked or forgotten by the plan,
ning committee. Bingo bugs will
have the opportunity of attending
and participating in a bigo game
the largest ever held on the
Isthmus-r-with the prizes going, to
the lucky winners in the orm of
the most satisfying and pocket,
fillimr loot. ; : r ;

, Games of chance, wheels of for.
tune, casino corner, or should a a-nyone
nyone a-nyone wish to prove that skill is
more essential than luck means
(games of skill i will be provided
to display their talents and turn

their backs on the smiles of La Lady
dy Lady Luck.
For the dancing populace attend,
ing, a giant-sized dance pavilion
is being preparedto prevent in.
jury to the dancer by over-crowd.
The public Is cordially Invited
to attend this Fair. It will go on
rain or shine,- All activities are
being held in vthe hangars at
France Field. Parking space will
offer no problem and is availa.
ble in the immediate vicinity of
all the activities.
This Fair is a means of rasing

funds to provide transportation and
to defray the other expenses in.
curred in sending the N a t i o n a 1
Teener Champs of the Panama

Canal Zone back to Hershey,'

Pennsylvania, to defend their ti.
' It's fun for everyone at the
V.F.W, Teener League Fair May
29, .30, 31 and June 1 at France
Fie'd, from 3 to 10 a.m. in Hang,
ars 5 and 6. Rin or shine, : 'V;

. FINAL STANDINGS
W L Pet.
Balboa High 5 1 .833
C.H.S. 4 2 .667
Junior College ; ; v 0 6 .000
'.'"".y Top Seorera'"---'
.' (Interseheel Camtt Only)
' PC PS TP

Culbreth (.BUS) 41 25 107

Alexander (J.C.) 3& ,25 95
Barbara (BHS) 39 13 91
By TREVOR SIMONS ;
- -,- '"
-While reviewing the final .sta .statistics
tistics .statistics of the just ended Interscho.

lastic basketball season I disco.

vered how easily one can neglect
to notice the player doing must of
the scoring, particularly, so when
most of the point-producing stten stten-tion
tion stten-tion is being iocused on one really
outstanding p'ayer. :; ; ....
Don Alexander,' the amazing bas basketball
ketball basketball player irom Canal Zone

Jr. College had Deen burning up
the hoops with a respectable 26.6
point average for the first three

games played by the hapless de.

fending champions. The J.C' ace

infured his ankle just' before the
end of the first half of play during
his fourth game. He had already

scored 15 points during that game,
reducing his season average to

23,7 for Alexander's ankle was a

death blow to any slim hopes coach
Brown might have had of a re.
peat championship for C.Z. Jr. Col.
lege. -y',', 'l;' :f: f y
Right on the heels of the an

nouncement that Don would prob-

ably be finished for the season,

Balboa's Raul Barbara came up

with three big scoring euorts, 20,

21 and 20 and without checking too

carefully this 'writer announced

that his 91 points was tops for

the loop.

' How wrong could I get? Bal.

boa's Roy Cu'breth, not too im

pressive a ball player to watch,

was, quietly going about bis busi
nes.?. of scoring 107 points, an aver

age of about 18 per game. To adi
to his honors in pacing the Bull,
dogs to their Second hoop cham championship
pionship championship in 7 years. Culbreth sank
25 points in 32 attempts from the
free throi line to easilv lead the

(.opposition with a .781 averase.

Considering the exceptionally poor
showing of all the teams in that
department, Culbreth was a stand,
out.
Winless C.Z. Jr. College led the
loop in team foul shooting with a
.525 average, but even that was
nothing to write home about. Bal.

hoa waj ,502 and the Tigers broug
up the rear with .452. As Would
be expected, the Bulldog team
scoring was high with 370 in six

games or a 61.6 average. Cristo.
oal finished with .n? mint. .j

Jr. College was last in only 260,

"u vuuaiuenng weir com p I e t e
lack of .talent after Alexander'!
exit. v .

With nO intpnt f aa,ln ...

. aa,uil 11 T
aisparaeme elancet at rmoh i..

Honne, this column, would like to
commend coach Jim Hunrin for the
fine job he did preparing the BulL
dog for their 1958 basketball chm,
pionship. The morning after the
Interschool debut, at Cristobal lor

eaiDoa, coach Hunn took ill and
was confined to the hospital tor

lew aayj. i; .:
.'OjI his -release from the hospi.
tal, the Balboa basketball coach

was told that Herine would take
over the duties of coaching the
Bulldogs for the balance of the
season. No reasons have been ad-j
vanced fax this action, but there
must be little doubt in the minds
of anyone connected with ports!
that no coach could have whipped
together the winning combination'
for Balboa in the snort space of
time allowed after the season was
already underway., j
Balboa High was trained for the
championship long before the open-!
ing whistle sounded and the jot
done by coach Jim Hurin was a
class "A" job. I

17 DAY BG YOUR LIUOR.

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it may bo your liver! i
It's a fact! It takes up to two pints
of liver bile a day to keep your
digMtiratractintopthape If your
liyer bila is not flowing freely your
food may not digest ... gas bloats
up your stomach ., you feci con constipated
stipated constipated and all ths fun and sparkls

go out of life. That's when you
" need mild gntl Caper's Little
Livsr Pills. These famous vege vegetable
table vegetable pills help stimulate ths flow
of liver bile. Soon your digestion
starts functioning Drdoerlv and

you feel that happy days are hers
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TUESDAY, MAY 20,
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FOR INFORMATION TELEPHONE 2-0740
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Automobiles

Wt Vm buy your car and pay
cash. No waiting no ri tape.
Any year make and medal. Ti-'
oli Motor at Tivoli Crosin
Ttl. 2-4222 2-4224. ;
Mufflers installed free. Prices
of mufflers on Ford, Chevrolet,"
Plymouth $9.95; all otbort $12 $12-95.
95. $12-95. Mufflers and piootr" Fro
Inttallation. Titoli Motor at
Tivoli Cresing. Tel. 2-4222
2-4224.;U v-:'.;;i
FOR SALE: 1 956 Ford station
: wagon country sedan, 9 pai-
lenger, Fordomatic transmission;
;, undorcoating, radio, wiw tiro;
blua and whit extorter; red and v
' whit interior, Thunderbird
motor. $1950.00 Taylor. 2172-
C Cuinndu, C I Phone Cu-
rundy 5162.
FOR SALIs 194S Pontiae 2
door. Good transportation. Leer Leering
ing Leering toon. Call Navy 3049.. 1
FOR SALE: 1957 Pontiae $a-,
fari ttatio wagon, 9 passenger, v
only seven month used and
5,000 miles. Air-condition, De Deluxe,
luxe, Deluxe, radio, power braltor, hy hy-,
, hy-, dramatic drive, tinted glau, sea sea-foom
foom sea-foom green ond ivory two-ton.
Other extras, Catl 3-6377.
FOR SALE: Pick-up Chevrolet
1952 1 ton. Motor recently
overhauld. Duty paid. Call Guy
Motor Panama. Phone 3-7217.
FOR SALE: Panel Fargo, 1954
ton. In good condition. Call
Guy Motor Panama. Phone 3 3-7217.
7217. 3-7217. FOR SALI: Sunbeam Alpine
Sport 2 atr, perfect condi-.
tion, wonderful opportunity. $1. $1.-175.00.
175.00. $1.-175.00. Call Iskildsen. Colon
Meter Inc., Tel. 2-1669. Pa-
' nam Hillman Sunbeam ', deal-
FOR SALE: 1952 Morris ML
tier 'convertible. Good condition.
Leu than 40,000 mil, 87-
5111 befor 1600, after 83 83-2294.
2294. 83-2294. :
FOR SAHs 1950 Oldfsmobll
two-door tedan $200. Apt,
0421-A Veneda Ju-.Aneon.
; FOR SALE By original owner'
1953 Ford Custom Tudor, excel-
i lent condition $725.00. Phon
i Balboa 3263 after 4:30.
RIDS SHIP MIDICINB
" TRIPOLI, Libya UP)- The
f Soviet Union yesterday presented
st the Libyan Red Crescent oreani-
' lation with a first aid truck and
. 4 Vox3es of medical eauioment
'ind drues. The gift was the sec.
'i ond grant from the Russian Red
Cross. ,.-
' TUGS FREE 4H1P,.
HONG KONG (UP) The Amer-1
lean President Lines vessel 'Presi
dent Hayes was freed by four
tugs yesterday from a reef on
which it ran a ground last Tues
' day soma 400 miles ( south of
Hong Kong, a lines spokesman
aid. The 9.227 ton cargo-passen
er vessel was carrying 12 pas
sengers when it ground on the
reef off" the Paracel islands.
JORDAN REFUSES VACCINE
' .TERTJSALEM, Israeli Sector Sector-:
: Sector-: (TJP) The Jordanian government
has rejected an Israeli offer to
supply Jordan with Salk anti-polio
vaccine, it was reported here yes
terday, The offer was made by
Israeli health authorities throuHH
diplomatic channels. Informed
sources (aid Jordan ; expressed
thanks for the offer but exolained
it had sufficient vaccine on hand
to cope with the limited incidence
of polio in that country.

.-inker Forecasts Improvement
In South s Economic Condition

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (UP)- A
". loral banking official yesterday
r -edicted that the South, once the
r.ation'i No. 1 economic problem,
can, climb close to the natron's
fi'T capita income level within 25
Karle L. Rauber, vice president
:.'id director of research for the
i ; deral Reserve Bank of Altnta,
i ade the forecast in a speech pre pre-t
t pre-t red for delivery before about
J business and industrial lead
's a ttenduig the opening session
r a two-day conference on Dixie's
. onomic future.
The meetting, sponsored by the
" suthern Research Institute ; here,
r;ht to determine the prospects
r the next auarter century for
i 'ate region stretching from Vir
a to Louisisana
I he conference was tuilt around
theme 50 million consumers
! Itauber laid the groundwork
following addressed by eati
ng population and income up
'-'-'4 "?l r a Li''.'.
uber said that the South'Ss per
a income had risen 62 per
t between 1946 and 1956 as com-
' in fiS'Tipr'i'Pirf'fmm' thar a
Vireover, if existing trends
me to hold- until 1985, per
i personal income in thr
will" then amount to $5,S15
per cent of the national li

Apartments

VACATION APARTMENT
' Will rent fnree bedroom com completely
pletely completely furnished apartment for
' the months, of June, July -and
August, located dose to Hotel
El Panama. For detail call 3- ;.
7187 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
FOR RENT: Comfortable fur fur-nished
nished fur-nished one' bedroom apartment.
Phone 3-5024, Panamj.
FOR RENT Furnished 1 led
room 'apartment to responsible
couple. May 25tb, to July 25th i?
inclusive. Panama 3-4584 -':
FOR RENT.- Furnished, one
bedroom modern apartment. All
conveniences 68 Via Belisario
.. Prnv"' r ,,. '.
' FOR RENT: Army inspected
furnished on bedroom apart-' .'
merit, all conveniences. 4th of
July Ave. Phone 2-2081.
Commercial Sites
FOR RENT: Spaced 4 suitable
; for storage, shop or (tore; across i
from Coca Cola Company. 3000
". square feet. Will alter to to 1
f suit tenant. Will rent all or
' part. -j Call Pintura's Itsmefias,
(Telephone' 2-3444 or 2-0857,
Panama.'
Local Baha'is Will
Commemorate Bab
Ai Meeling Thursday
The Baha'is of the Canal Zone
Southern .District, will commemor
ate the declaration of the Bab
(Gate) at a meeting at the Cnrnn.
du community building1. Thursday
evening m o p.m.
" Eucene Crans Will: sneak on
"Headlines For Tomorrow." 1
On Thursday Baha'is thfouehout
the world will commemorate the
declaration of the Bab, the mod modern
ern modern day martyr prriphet who an.
nouncea on May z,s 1844 tnat man
had reached the opening of the
vw u. juuiumeni propnesiea Dy
all of the founders of the ereat rpii.
gions of the world. He announced
inai ne nad been chosen bv Rmi
to proclaim the new era. th. HAW
cycie in we evolution of j, man's
spiritual progress. After -six short
years, he was hung before a fir
ing squad of 750 men and shot in
the city of Shim, Persia: On July
9, 1850, a martyr to the proclama proclamation
tion proclamation that man had a higher destiny
than this earthly existence, the
oneness of God and the oneness of
the human family.
-';. ..'iV ''?
r The meeting is open to the pub public,
lic, public, Refreshments will be served.
Plans For Vacation
School Announced
By Balboa Church
Plans for holding thJ Balboa TT.
mon Church'i Vacation C h-u r c h
acnooi were announced today- v
The school will operate June 9-
20 from 8:30 to. 11:30 a.m. Mon.
day through Friday. -
Mrs. Duncan Laird and Mrs.
Wesley Townsend,? co-chairmen of
the : school, in announcing the
schools .operating 'dates stated j
that the Hheme of the- school will :
be "The Life of Jesus.".
In addition to Bible study, there i
will "be eames and refreshments,!
Children from three years of ag
to junior high school students arc
invited to attend the schools.
"Further details are obtainable
front the church office at Balboa,
gure which would be $5,978," he
said."";i 'w." "" : '':
But, Rauber said, the South's
financial improvement "is precise
ly because population in the South
has jiot' grown as rapidly as it
nasvia- ine,nanon.,. wi ;;
"Had the South retained most
of its natural increase in popula population,
tion, population, its currently produced per.
sonal income would have to be di
vided out among more people and
tne per capita share would, there therefore,
fore, therefore, be smaller. v
"They very optimistic income
figure that I gave for 1985..V de depends
pends depends upo the persistence of two
existing trends or rates of change
...a rate of capital investment no!
smaller than at present, a rale J
of populations growth that remains
below that for the nation."
. Rauber Inoted that the South ha?
a higher birtn rate and lower 'death
rate than the rest of the nation
but the region's population ; has
been growing at a slower rate
than for the nation as a whole,
The disparity, s he said, can be
explained "only on grounds of' a
net loss of population by way o.
.'rTnfeJMttnrr
"Tomake still greater progren?
on a ocr capiia basis, we ,shal'
have to increase the rate of capi-
tai investiment or export morr
people, or both. Here in lies :
challenge to all of us." i.

LFAVE TOl'R AD WITH ONE OF OUR

INTERNAL; DE PUBLICACIONES No. J Lotlrrr Flaia CASA ZALDO Central Ave. 45 LOURDES PHARMACY 182 La Carrasqiiilla FARMACIA LOM LOM-BARDO
BARDO LOM-BARDO No. 26 "B" Street' MORRISON 4th of July Ave. A J St. p LEWIS SERVICE Ave. Tivoli No. 4 FARMACIA ESTADOS DNIDOS--149 Central Ave.
FARMACIA LUX 164 Central Avenue HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE J. Fen. He la Os-a Ave. No. 41 FOTO DOMY Justo Arosemeni Ave. and 33 St. FAR FARMACIA
MACIA FARMACIA VAN DER JIS 5 Street No. S3 FARMACIA EL BATURRO Farque Lefevre 7 Stieet FARMACIA "SAS" Via Porras 111 XOVEDADES ATHIS
Beside the Bella VisU Theatre. : . t , i

Resorts
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SHRAPNEL'S furnished homes,
on beach. Phone Thompson, ;
Balboa 1772. r ; '
Baldwin's furnished "apartments
it Santa Clara Beach. Talcphon
""Smith. Balboa 3681. J
FOSTER'S Cottage and Largo
1 Beach House. On mil past the
Casino. Phone Balboa 1866. '
PHILLIPS Oceansid CoHage
- Santa Clara R. do' P. Phone Pa Panama
nama Panama 3-1877 Cristobal 3-1673.
Rooms
FOR RENT Beautifully "fur "furnished
nished "furnished housekeeping room, dou-
bl couch, refrigerator, kitchen
cabinet' with attached stove,
bath, and entrance independent.
t No. 3, 52nd StreeK Phone 3 3-0638.'.
0638.'. 3-0638.'. v
Hotel: HOLLAND HOUSE
' mins. from th heart of
San Jose, Costa Rica
Completely modern convenience In
Suites and Bungalows, all with
private bath. Hot and cold water.
Price: S6 and $8 daily,
with meals.
Cosmopolitan kitchen
', t 1 Horse riding.
For resemtiona P. O.
Box 4459
Manager: BUI and Elenor Jasper
' "GET STREAMLINED"
Excercising Machines," Turkish
(he McLevj way Bod Massage,
bath. Trained operators tor ladies
and gentlemen. Get result.
MASSAGE SALON
Products
Arosemena Ave.
TeL S-mi
Intexnaliorial Jewelry
1 55 Central Ave,
LIFE INSURANCE
- call
: 1 ; JIMR1P0E
General Agent
Gibraltar Life Ins. Co:,
for rates and information
Tel. Panama 2-0552
The. New..
NIKON
With built-in Universal
"pewfinder,, System
Panama; q" Col6n
TV SERVICE ;
What's Your TV Problem?
Special Halt Prlceon transporia transporia-:
: transporia-: tion U.S.: trained technician.
CRAWFORD AGENCIES
Tivoli Ave. No. It n
' Tel. ziwis
SPRING PLANTING LAGS
1 MOSCOW tUF) -- The Commu Communist
nist Communist Party newspaper Pravda dis.
closed yesterday that Soviet farm farmers
ers farmers were far behind in t h e I r
spring grain sowing because of
the late arrival "of warm weather
rrrmany-iart8-f Ruasiar-Pravda
said collective and state farms
had sown a total oi 70,5uu,uuu nec.
tares about 174,000,000 ares bv
May 15w-a litthe more man nau
The acreage that should have
Uen planted by then, ; ..

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UALITY SERVICE -' ) I J
SAME DAY I ,S?4X, f i A

AGENTS Ml Oil OFFICES AT 13 37

Miscellaneous
: TOR SALE : On Arbalete Cres Cres-si
si Cres-si ilippers. One. mask, $20.00.
Phono Balboa 1723. r
FOR SALIs Slides of Panama'
' Duplicates made TOP -QUALITY
'prinrs from all your -negatives
A even NINOX), Over-'
night' service pn the ONLY ;
: ILICTROmC PHOTOFINISH.
ING equipment in Panama. Bring
your photographic problems t
the most modern establishment
that has) CENTURY of EX EXPERIENCE.
PERIENCE. EXPERIENCE. Foto El Halcon,
acros El. Panama Hilton. Tele Telephone
phone Telephone 3-1179.
. t
FOR SALE: Piano Anderson of
: New ; York. Tropicalixed. Pric
$250.00. Call 3-6377.

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COL,. PAUL A. ZARTMAN, chief of staff, Caribbean Air Com Com-,mand,
,mand, Com-,mand, prestnts Mrs. Nuala Brant a" Meritorious Civil. Service
Award.' The award, consisting of a certificate and sterling
silver pin, was presented to Mrs.5 Brant for her superior sen-'
ice during the period of May 7, 1956, through May 9, 1953, as
secretary in the office of the Comptroller, Headquarters Cat--ibbean
Air Command. 'Mrs. Brant and her husband, SSgt.
,'NedBrant, left Albrook, recently -for their new assignment
.at Stewart APB, 'New York. (Official USAF Photo)

SFC. CHARLES E. CilLBREATH (center); of the now-deactivat-ed
38th RCAT Detachment, Fort Davis, receives a Commenda Commendation
tion Commendation Ribbon with Metal Pendant for his activities over the past
two-years- in making arrangements- for his unit's radio con controlled
trolled controlled aircraft target demonstrations in several Latin Amer American
ican American nations. Col. Glnes Perez1 (right), Army Atlantic com commander,
mander, commander, pins the award on Gilbreath as the Sergeant's wife,
, Donna; smiles approvingly. (U.S. Army Photo) fv

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MSGT. CHARLES M. STOCKS, of tJJS. Army Garrison, Quarry
Heights, reenlists for three years as Capt. Raymond Hubbard,
(left-ear showing) administers the .oath. Stocks is on the en enlisted
listed enlisted staff of Lfc. Gen, Rldgley Gaither, commander In chief,;

cariDDean commana.

"H" STREET. PANAMA tIBRERIA PREriAnO T Slrn.1 Jtf 1 ir.rvrnt

Home' Articles'
FOR SALE: Simmons mtal:
' porch furniture with cushions
glider and .4 chairs 4125.00.
OH Panama 3-3347. ;,
. FOR SALE: -Matched Simmons''
' metal bedroom set fceautV rest
. mattress and box spring $150.
Call Panama 3-3347.; r ;
ANNOUNCES U.S. VISIT
MANILA (UP)- PhiUippines r? r?-sident
sident r?-sident .Carlos P. Garcia has an announced
nounced announced he will visit Washington
New York, San Francisco, Los An Angeles,
geles, Angeles, Chicago and Phoenix, Ariz.,
during his official U.S. tour begin beginning
ning beginning on June 16. Garcia, in an an announcement
nouncement announcement yesterday disclosed he
had turned down an invitation to
visit iNew Orlenas. He gave no
reason.
(U.S., Army Photo)

Real Estate

FOR SALE: The best bar in
town "Club 49" in K Street.
Tel. 2-4876. ",
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: Cushman. motor
scooter, 44 h p. also one Rotis.
terio. Phone 5-339.
Dogs
FOR SALE: Female Boxer pup puppy
py puppy registered 7 weeks. Phon
Navy 3732.
shah Visits japan
TOKYO (UP) Shah Moham
med Reza Pahlevi of Iran arrriv arrriv-ed
ed arrriv-ed here yesterday for a 12-dav vi
sit to Japan He was welcomed hv
amperor tiironiio, wno. nas gone
W T T I J .
to xne airport only twice in recent
years to meet state guests. (
- In actual operation one
Aluminum, division of R. J.
Archer Aluminum, a tipw Hivl.
slon of the R. J. Reynolds Tobac Tobacco
co Tobacco Company,: manufacturers of
Camel, Winston-and Salem ciga
rettes Is slowly getting 4nto pro production
duction production at its new plant Li
Winston-Salem, N.O. v
The new $5,200,000 facility is
presently geared to; bring one
new machine a month into pro-
aucuon, j yr, McDowell, Jr., the
division manager, said today; ;
When Archer Aluminum brines
a new machine Into produclton,
It's na flip-of-the switch proc process.
ess. process. The monster-like machines
being installed to process foil
and print labels and cartons cost
in the hundreds of thousands of
dollars, and require months 1 of
experimental operation, ;;
The. company now. has some
of the machines In experimental
operation printing labels car-
ions, ana otner materials ror in internal
ternal internal consumption.
Three giant foil rolling mills
are j being- installed 'These- will
compress sheets of aluminum foil
from ene-eighth of an inch in
thickness down to a point where
it Will take 4.00(1 of them tn malr
a stack one Inch, high.

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sight of the wife of one of the
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husband and the pilot, 21 year, old
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Reynolds Tobacco Comnanv WinstnnViou Jo Archer

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Archer Aluminum wil not onlv
process foil products. vf or Rev-
nolds Tobacco, but part of Its
output will be sold to Industrial
and commercial manufacturers
lor conversion into labels, wrap wrapping
ping wrapping material, and other- pro products.,:
ducts.,: products.,: -y'yi!).r-r-y')':-i'-'
A research :,unit is being or or-ganized
ganized or-ganized to do; general studv.ln
the field of aluminum products
wiun special emphasis on pack packaging.
aging. packaging. Ti'i-rk,,,,;!,,-;,.,'
There is no present plan to
make Archer Aluminum avail available
able available to retai customers in the
form of wrapping for home use,
McDowell said. iBut some of the
company's products will ga to
other producers who will convert
it Into items like gift wrappings
which will find their way to re retail
tail retail rBtores.;5:X; '''-'ji-'v-iv
Archer Aluminum Is located tn
two cavern-like brick buildings
adjacent to No. 200 by-products
nlant,. '.Spotted throughout the
buildings are giant machines,
most of .which resemble v. big
newspaper presses: and are, in
fact, rotogravure presses equips
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' the Tipmp'any' will continue to 1
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et date has been set for full pro- J
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said. "We have a timetable stt
up to bring these machines into
production slowly."
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m .authority under the Eisenhow
er Doctrine to help in the Middle
&st man originally was uuuci uuuci-itnod.
itnod. uuuci-itnod.
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Mansfield amendment to the Ei-,
tenhower Doctrine wmcn aeciar aeciar-4$
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any nation is vital to U.S. secur,
Dulles said ht "assumed Con-'
;$r had a special reason lor
writing such wording ,into tht
legislation. But t refused to
say flatly yes or no when asked
.whether the wording gave the
dministration authority to go
' to the defense f a Middle East
nation without further recourse
to Congress under any .: condi-
Ions.
T-he secretary aso made these
other points at his press conferen conference:
ce: conference: The United States anijts West West-em
em West-em allies will not be swept a sum summit
mit summit conference with Russia on a
wave of emotion, lie said that as
a' result of the recent NATO fore fore-tgh
tgh fore-tgh ministers conference in Cop.

RussW todaytbVt the United States will do what it considers right and proper in any oi
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' WASHINGTON (UP) An 1 Air
Force general apoldg?ed.'.,yesterr
day tfor telling; Congress there
was.no living animal aboard- a
rocket which actually acarried a
mouse into the' upper atmosphere.
Mai. Gen. Bernard AASchriever
was asked by the House Space
Committee Apru 34 whether .any.
thins alive was aboard an expe.
rimentai (Thdr-Vanguard) rocket
fired the previpus day, at Vape
Canaveral; Jla rT t v .' V. 1 1 .
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' "'Nothis was strictly a first of
a series of .our long' range reen reentry
try reentry tests,"" Schriever replied. ?
lit a letter to Chairman John
E.- Moss (D.Calif,); of the ; House
government information subcom.
mittee, Schriever said ...yesterday
that his answer was "in error.?
He said he had notified the. apace
committee the next, day of .the
mistake. ,
Cerdind's Condill
Reporlad Hot Worse
ButSlillXriiical
-ROME,' May 20 (UP)- Samuel
cardinal stritcti spent a "satisfac.
tory'fc night following, a grave eet eet-ebral
ebral eet-ebral stroke and. .them fx nn wni.
sening ot bis condition,, his doctors
reported today.
A medical bulletin released at 9
a.m. from the Sanatrfr Clinic.
where the 70 year old American
enurenman lay partly paralyzed,
said: i i '
'"The. geieral' condition fs satis-
factory. There has been no worsen
ing of his condition";
The bulletin was sighed by Va Vatican
tican Vatican Doctor Filippo Rocchi,. and
Dr. Ralph Bergen, the; Cardinal's
Chicago physician.
Although the cautiously worded
Duueun saia mere was no worsen,
ing of his 'condition, another doc
tor said that the critical n o s t-
stroke period had still ,24. hours to
run. t
Weather Or t.':t
.This weatbert report for the 34
hoars ending 8 ia.m. today, is
prepared by the Meteoroloclcal
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Low 77
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De Gaullist

By TOM A. CULLEN
PARIS. May' 20 NEA) Is
Gen.: Charles De :Gaulle a poten-'
tul dictator?' His chief parha parha-mentary
mentary parha-mentary supporter says he u not.
i De Gaulle is willing to take pow
er and has been for. the 12 years
he has. been cooling nis heels in
the. corridors of history. But the
announcement has filled as many
breasts with nanic as it has with
unsatisfied ;. longings f or V France
fears De Gaulle "as much as it
rpsrtflrt him..
.What .then, are ;his ambiti,ons?
Tha is the intimate picture giv
en to me by one of De Gaulle's
Closest cronies, weau vk jlup&uwb-
... 1 I T T- T :
ki, lormer diplomat and how Gaul,
list spokesman in the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly as deputy for Seine -and
Oise. -V" -v
' Tie RaulU ermsidera hhnself the
only man1 in France,, According-to
De JUpkowski.. wno can setue ine
war in;-Algeria,: put ,t. aown ine
revolt of the general and restore
order tq Paris. He is the only man
who has the prestige.
For one ftJngi De Gaulle's pa pa-triotism,5anlike
triotism,5anlike pa-triotism,5anlike that of many po1. po1.-iticans;
iticans; po1.-iticans; cannot be impugned, -'
No matter how often he is ac
cused of longing to be a dictator.
De Gaulle's love for his country
e.ait never be Questioned.
, Jlbwever misguided be may be,
even i -nis i enemies grudgingly
agree1 that De Gaulle acts from
highest motivesi 'Such; prestige Is
an enormous asset.'
. "Ydu 'Americans made an eh
ormous mustaKe in tninmng i ot
De Gaulle as Fascist", De Lip-
kowski told me. "But then; you
are always backing tht :wrong
horse." -'v;'';' ,--.; v,f---v"(
De Lipkowskl served under De
GauDe with the Fret French for
ces in North Africa and was par-'
achuted into France on D-Dav.
Currently he is in almost daily
contact witn ue uauue ana con
sequently knows the general's
thinking.
One ol ve Gauue nrst acts U
called "upon, to form av govern
ment, according to De Lipkowskl,
would1 be to remodel sthe French
constitution along Americas lines,
giving strong powers to the exec.
Utlve.'-V"''',"':.,'S"0:'':-''"1ilv',.li,i':''.l'Vl '""':-
As to De Gaulle s personal am
bitions' to' make himself dictator.
-wny snouia -ne?" ue upkowsw
i sKs.;";Tne general's place in hist
VF7 Commsndr .h
Eipl:!ns Use oJ
Ol Buddy Poppies
In Veterans hospitals throuchout
the country, our disabled service service-men
men service-men are busy fashioning the V.tT. V.tT.-W.
W. V.tT.-W. btiddy poppies which go on sale
on The -Atlantic Side May zs, 29.
30 and 1J, commander' W. W. Row
lan announced today; .'
'These Poppies' are replicas of
the .' little crimson flowers that
grow- in : "Flanders Field," Row.
land said. "It is symbolic of the
reverence in which we hold those
men who eave their lives that
this na,tion might live, 1 Moreovef.N
it ir a Hvmg reminder that-those
who wear it have honored those
dead, not in concrete and stone.
but by helping the living who
fought beside them."
"Our disabled veterans them
selves asked to be allowed to make
these buddy poppies. They receive
pay for it,' and at the same time
advance their own rehabilitation
by performing work of a construc constructive
tive constructive 'nature. Knowing that the
fruits of their -efforts will make it
possible' for their comrades to re receive
ceive receive much needed assistance,
they are at the same time recon reconditioning
ditioning reconditioning themselves forthelr ev
entual return to -civilian Iife,H, he
added. ,''--.V : -;:r?.,,i
"Giving direct and nromot as-
sistance to. the incapacitated and
maladjusted,; caring for the needy
dependents or the deceased, see.
ing to it personally that our return returned
ed returned veterans do not lose faith in
the -future these tervices con constitute
stitute constitute a gigantic task," he dee-
fared, w
"A liberal donation, when pur
chasing a buddy poppy helps carry
out inose : inmgs wmcn must h
done we. have a trejnendous task
before us, and We cannot fall
those who need our help so badly
Nov ope else could be more de
serving, Rowland concluded,-
Robert B. Morrison
Services Tomorrov
A! Anccn CclnOdrrl
" Fwneral services for Robert B.
Harrison, electrical foreman in
the Maintenance,;, Division, who
died Saturday noon at Gorgas Hos
nital, will be held tomorrow morn
ing at 11 in St. Luke's Cathedral in
Ancon, i -v, ;--'- ,i .- -, -The
religious ceremony will be
conducted by the Rev. W. W. Bald
win and Masonic services will the
conducted Ay members of the Isth.
mian Lodge A- F. and A. M. Inter
ment will follow at Corozal Ceme
tery'. -Si::5.r'''!v;! ..
1 Members' of the family have re requested
quested requested that no flowers be sent and
that. those who wish may conlr-
bute to the Cancer Fund. i
A native of Gatesville, TexasJ
Mr. Harrison served four years in
the U.S. iay and had been em employed
ployed employed by the Canal organization
since. 1939. 'x. S '.
. He was active in local Masonic
affairs and was a member of the
Isthmian Lodge, the York Rite
dies, and the Abou Saad Temple
He was also a member of Lodge
No. 1.14, B.P.O.E.
He is survived by his wife, Ma Mary,
ry, Mary, and his stepfather E. G. Jes Jes-berg,
berg, Jes-berg, of Concord, California.

Insists Patriotic General

ory is already assured. French
sciiooiooys will be reading about
him 100 years 'from now if he
never does another thing. :
"Besides," De Lipskowski contin continues,
ues, continues, 'De Gaulle has learned a les lesson
son lesson from Marshal Petain, who
would still be a great hero if he
had rested onthe laurels of Verd Verdun.
un. Verdun. But Petain, allowed himself to
be used by the Nazis 'and thus
blotted his copybook. De Gaulle is
Soviets Bar
WASHINGTON (UP) The So.
viet Union has barred ; an Ameri American
can American diplomat from returning to
his Moscow post because of his
"behavior" while attending Mos.
cow University last year, it was
announced ;yesterday.
The s diplomat, John A. '. Baker
Jr., 'second., secretary, of the U,S.
embassy, is now in London. He
accused the Soviet, government of
resorting .to the rather extreme
means'' of declaring him unwel.
pome 'or "persona non grata" to
end his friendships with some So.
viet students.' .-y' ":v-'v
Russia charged that Baker
"ha systematically- violated .the
noqns of behavior for; diplomatic
representatives.". It did not go( in into
to into details, but its note to the- U.
S. embassy specifically mentions
his attendance a Vthe university.
The State, Department said the
vague Soviet explanation for Baker's-
ouster was "absolutely''1 un.
satisfactory. It said U.S.; Ambasr
sador Llewellyn Thompson pro pro-tested
tested pro-tested fhei Soviet action upon his
return, Jo Mostfbw last .'Saturday.
Baker was the sixth Amtrf,
can diplomat to be ousted irom
Moscow ; slneo the beginning of
1957. Four, wore military at.
taches. The State Department,
usually takes retaliatory action
in such cases by expelling a
Soviet diplomat from this eoun.
', try. iy:,'-Z,i:? : ?. ? -; f,v.
i The 30-year-old Baker, a resi.
dent of Westport, Conn.,, his wife
and small child were vacationing
in Western Europe at the time
the Soviet charges were filed
with, the U.S. charge d' affairs last
Wednesday.
Reached in London. "Baker said
he had "no recollection of any ac
tion on my part which could be
eiassmed as violating the norms
of diplomatic behavior."
He said Moscow University stut

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bsessed with the idea that his
glory must not be tarnished. He

is deathly atraid that he will te
used by
ends.''
other, people for trivial
Neverthless. France's fears of
De Gaulle are well-founded, in the
opinion of most foreign observers.
If De Gaulle takes power it will
mean the end of the Fourth Ren.
ublic indeed, the end of parlia
Ame rica n
To Post
dents were guests in his Moscow
apartment on "a number of oc.
casions'!, and he met students
three times, at public restaurants
and once at-a skating rink.
" On three other occasions, he
said, he invited the students to
attend U. S. Soviet athletic con.
tests conducted under the Soviet.
American cultural exchange pro.
gram.
He emphasized that none of the
students who visited his apart apartment
ment apartment were fellow classmates in
his lecture course in Russian
Medieval history. He said he met
a classmate outside the universi university
ty university only once at a U. S.-Soviet bas bas-ketball
ketball bas-ketball game.
Bakr who wis beliovod to
bo tho only U. S., Embassy of.
ficisl over allowed to take rtg.
Ulan classes at tho university,
said his conduct while taking
the course was "quite nor.
"In the absence of any! further
explanation,' the State Depart,
ment said, "the American gov.
ernment can only surmise that
the friendly contacts which grew
ican diplomat and his Soviet fel
low students became a source of
embarrassment or concern to So Soviet
viet Soviet authorities." . ,v i
. Senate Republican Leader, .- Wil William
liam William F. Knowland (Calif.) said
Baker's buster "sharply contrasts
With the free opportunity that So.
viet diplomats, including their am.
bassador, have had in traveling
arouhd and making talks before
various American groups."
Senate1 Democratic Whip i Mike
Mansfield (Mont.) agreed. He
sugeested the Soviet government
might have feared Baker would
make too many contacts with So.
viet students' who would become
curious about the outside world.
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lentary democracy as France hasi
known it in modern times. It
will mean strong-man rule, De
Gaulle S relation to the nation
being that of a benevolent feudal
seigneur of serfs.
For the United States it will
mean a sham diDlomatie set-hacL-
xor ve oauiie is no friend of Am
erica. -U-.
Rather, he envisages France
steering a neutral course in world
auairs. mis is part of his concen-
tion of France with a neutral role
to play.
Dt Gaulle is lusniriom" nf ill
alliances such as NATO, inclines
favorably toward Accommodation
wrth Rusia.
What is De Gaulle's hold nn the
French nation? A 1 Frenchman
explained it to me: "De GaulM
is the last -Frenchman eho can
make his countrymen believe they
are still a great nation. He is like
the last lover of a middle-aeed.
haggard woman. He tells her she
is beautiful and she wants nas.
sianaieiy to osuere it even
against her better judgment. This
is the secret of his hold on the
averageFrenchman."
IlAACPSecrckry
Compares Pllghf
Dick liixon's
MILWAUKEE, Wis. (UP) A
Mississippi NAACP; leader yester.
day said some Negroes with col col-lege
lege col-lege degrees in his state are be.
ing refused the right to vote on
grounds thev are "illiterate.'
Edgar Evers; lield secretary of
mo iintwsr iur Mississippi, spOKe
at a Freedom Day rallv nbserv.
ing the fourth anniversary of. the
u.a. supreme court school dese
gregation decision. He said he
and Vice President Nixon have
suffered similar indignities.".
- Evers said Nixon experienced
nis inoignit in south America
while "I suffered mine in the
southern ; part of ; the United
Mates. y iZ -Wl '. ; : y
He said he was held by police
and later insulted and stuck in
the face for taking a seat not in
tne back of a bus in Mississippi.
"This happened,' Evers s a i d,
''alter I paid the tame fare ., as
anyone else for whatever unbecu.
pied seat he may want to choose'
Evers, a young native of New.
ton Country, Miss., said that in
Mississippi there are 1 13 -'counties
which' have no registered Negro
voters despite what he called a
two to one majority of Negroes
over whites in live of them. He
said some Negroes with college
degrees are being mused the
right to vote on, grounds they
are 'illiterate."'
In referring to President Eisen.
be lore bearing in the strugg e for
be forebearing in the struggle for
first class citizenship, Evers said
nis race nas not matched violence
for violence. But he added that
the President could have brought
about "more sternness with the
violators of the Negroes' rights
as Americans."
Union Has Progr
To Put Americans
D:ck On hm J;bs
WASHINGTON (UP) The Na
tional Agricultural Workers U.
nion,t AFL.CIO, announced a pro pro-gram
gram pro-gram today to "put Americans
back on farm jobs, which it said
are now neia oy imported i con.
tract workers.
. The union said it enrolled 2,500
farm workers during the past
year and that a new system of
hiring halls for farm workers al.
so was started.
The union said 'nearly a half,
million workers were imported
last year fromi Mexico and other
countries. It said Labor Secretary
James P. Mitchell has announced
the fisuire will be drastically re.
uced this year.
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Latin American
Travel Agents
To Meet Here
Bert Hemoell. m-MMonf
1 ui i
American Society of Travel 1
gents will be one ot the princ
Fcers at me tour.day con
tion, of travel agents from all
er Latin America which st
May 28 at El Panama Hilton.
Hempell, who operates one
the largesrtravel tour agencl,
in the world is expected to arrh
in Panama next week.
- Other SDeaker lictoH 4 k.
le.ff1hlch.i8.bein.S sponson'
"j i Wirt,, rederauon of Lat
American, travel agents, indm
Mario Martinez, manager of ti
fnt ?.AAAm?ric.a.n division of sale
rinPADA Miami, Gordon, Mc
Coun, Panagra's sales manage,
othe Latin America, who helpe
organize the conference, togethc
with James Dubin of'Mexico, pres
ident of COTAL. ,' F
. Juan Antonio det la Guardia, who
v- president of the Panamanian
Associationf Travel Agenes and
Ltlge .""flpg for the con.
ference. will also be, a speaker at
the convention. i
. Over 200 delegates have alrea.
fy .registered to atterid the meetS
ing which wiU mark the first time
that.top people in travd agencies f
hotels, airline and boat companies
will be represented at a convenJ
tion. ,i' :" .-..-i' ,::-;(,;-, 4
JJ, rf the main alms of t h t'
COTAL conference is to stimuLl
ate tourism within Latin America?
and, to help cut some of the red
tape. requirements of these coun-l
tries.
Panama as an attractive atnnJ
pmg-off place for transient pas.
sengers will also be emphasized at
the convention.
Sfafo Dapf. lias (
No On Greaves
WASHINGTON. Mav 20 (ITP
The State Department denied t
day that the United States had r
cently delivered a note to the 1
namanlan Foreign Ministry in ai
swer to, a protest by Panama n
gardmg a Panamanian c i t i t e r
who was sentenced to 50 years ir
prison by a Canal Zone court.
Spokesmen said the State Dep.
artment is still studying the re request
quest request by Panama that the United
States commute the sentence given-Panamanian
citizen Lester
Greaves. He was found guilty of
raoe and sentenced to 50 years in
pr'on. v.
The Panamanian Foreign Min Ministry
istry Ministry asked the U.S. Embassy in
Panama to investigate the case to
see if the sentence could be com commuted.',,
muted.',, commuted.',, ,
One Year Probation
For Man Who Took
Host's Commy Card
A two-cent commissary privi privilege
lege privilege card figured today in a petit
larceny Case involving a 20-year-old"
Panamanian ; Jeremiah E.
Walters. ... ,
The defendant was charged In
Balboa Magistrate's Court. The
theft involved a privilege card
which had been issued to Ralph
C. Thome, a Gamboa resident
whom Walters was visiting,
i The imposition of sentence was'
suspended in the case- and Wal Walters
ters Walters was : placed on one year
probation on condition that he
does not violate any laws of Pan Panama
ama Panama or the qanal Zone within
that time, f
The card was stolen from
Thome's apartment at 281-J Gam Gam-boa
boa Gam-boa on May 9. J

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