The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
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Newspaper
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English
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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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Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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HONOR GUARDS of three nations st ood at attention, the late Nicaraguan President
iio Somoza's cotfin was placed aboard the U.S. Air Force C-54 yesterday morning
'or Manasrua. Somoza's funeral and burial will take place tomorrow in hU homeland.

idow, her daughter and
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Thousands 'Mourn

Services
MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Oct. L
(UP) Thousands of Nicaraguans
lined the streets of this capital a a-ty
ty a-ty today for a glimpse of the cas casket
ket casket of assassinattd President A A-nastasio
nastasio A-nastasio Somoza.
The body lay in state ii. the na national
tional national palace during the night and
was taken across the square this
mornine to the Metropolitan Ca
i inea
Iff
f the
thedral for a pontifical mass. Bur-
services will be held tomorrow.
Tens of thousands awaited at
airport as the casket arriv-
from Panama and other thou-
vands lined tin streets as It was
moved through thorn at a funer funer-I
I funer-I paco on a halftrack, followed
by other halftracks laden with
rs.
From the oalace a halftrack car-
tied the casket live miles into ine
citv. It was taken first to the Me-
trooolitan Cathedral and later by

a winding route through the city,ed states took part preceded the
to the chapel i the military aca-- departure of the body via C-54 for

demy and then to the national pa-
lace. I
u.s. AmDassauur iuvuih
Wneian, speaking ai me puiaie u

behalf of the diplomatic c o r p scre(j Heart Chapel, Ancon, where
said, "I would like to express on?the hjd lain in stale smce

behalf of the diplomatic corps
credited to the government ot hi-
caragua our sorrow and deep sym-,
patny in
leader.
tne loss oi your b i
"We feel we have lost a great
friend whose engaging personality
and kindness made us feel as u
he were one of us. We condemn
the violent act which has taken
him from our midst and hope all
will see the futility of such law lawless
less lawless action. .
Boy Scouts guarding the steps
lying up to tha Chamber of De Deputies
puties Deputies had trouble holding back
the crowd. Within a few hours
thousands of persons passed by
the bier. The upper half of f h e
lid of the glass, and bronze cas casket
ket casket was opened to show Somoza
in a midnight blue dress uniform
rith a presidential sash.
. ..-J-.!.! ..h
' S Z'TZrr ailed for'
lie body to be moved from t h e
uu.iio. .u,...
I Cathedral on an indirect rome
the military academy ro give a
many citizens as possible a chance;
te pay tneir respecis. n
was bemg taaen w me rrewuuu
Palace ard to the nationa guaros
"Club de Clases. Then me pro-
cession was winding bacK to tne
National Palace to
Tuesday morning funeral.
Practicing
HARTFORD. Conn.. Oct. 1
(UP) A new father is in good
condition for walking the floor
with his youngster. Leo P. Menv
bat' been pacing up am. down for
some time before his baby girl'
arrived. He received the news
wnue doing duty on a picket line
yesterday.

other relatives and officials accompanied the body back home

,
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Held Tomorrow

3 Nations Honor
Somoza's Remains
At Albrook Rite

A nntmin (ri-natinnal military,
(riiQrrt hnnnrart ftlnin MEipnra aimn

national anthem in that

brook AFB yesterday morning. I
(Vrmnnins in which trooDS of
Niearaeua. Panama and the Unit-
Manaeua. I
The Albrook honor ceremonies
followed a shortened version ot a
requiem mass performed at a-
ac-,jate Satur(jay evening.
An estimated 3,000 persons
perhaps m e called at the chap-
et and passed the bier during
the
early evening and night
Those who came included at
leas.4 two ex-Presidents of Pa Panama,
nama, Panama, and a cross section of Pa Panama
nama Panama residents the poor and
the well-to-do. Many Canal Zo Zo-nians
nians Zo-nians were in the line, and
there were a few tourists who
came over from Panama hotels.
Yesterday's mass was perform performed
ed performed by the Rev. -Michael J. Wye,
CM., parish pries at Ancon.
Among those present with
Pa-
nama, U. S. and diplomatic
oin-
cials was Monsignor Paul Bernier
Papal Nuncio to Panama

President Kicardo Arias beaded sonai irienos oi we somoza lanu- come exceeded its budget estl estl-the
the estl-the Panama group. He was ac- ly. L...

... u ... . .1
compamed oy most oi n s caomet.,

jvirs. Anas ana several oinr.utw iu riuaiui muaru

nf.,!;,
wives attended.
G and Mrs wijam E Pot.
t u Gm maiim r. Harrison,
commanders f 0ther U. S. milita
ry services and n.any of the 18.
members of the ti. s. soecial mis-
, inaueuration were in
chaoel Most otne.. SDeCial
, esenUtives.
Almost all of those in the chapel!
joined in uie conege wnicn arove
to Albrook behind the official U.S.
military escort.
Standing at attention up in a hoi-
low square on the a o r o n were
some 120 green-clad Panama Na
tional Guardsmen, a mixed de
tachment of Nicaraguar cadets
from the USARCARIB and Latin
American Schools and units of A-
merican airmen, soldiers, sailors
and Marines. Total troops present
numbered about 500.

Somoza;
The 79th Armv P.nn nlavwi tha
NiraracruAn Panamanian nn1 a.
order, i
A 21-trun salute was siven hv tha
764th AAA Battalion.

Carried by eight Nicaraguan of-jla Guardia, and son, Ernesto de
ficers who served as pallbearerst la Guardia III architect for

the body of the assassinated Pres-.the

idenf was brought to the planeside'
in a grey-toned medium brown
metal casket. A large Nicaraguan
flag was spread over the top.
a, tne corfin was rajsea j,y
forklift truck to the level Of the
plane door, a breeze blew off the
flag. An attendant recovered it
Mrs. Somoza, widow of
President, was the first person
to follow the casket aboard. As
she entered the door she turned
and raised an arm in a gesture
of appreciative farewell to those
at the planeside. Both she and
her daughter, Mrs. Lillian de Se Seville
ville Seville Sacasa, wore plain black
satin dretees. Tringular black.
lace scarves wore draped over
their hair.
Two Air Force C-54s left Al

brook at 10:20 for Managua. Somet the end nf 1015

Of the official escort Hew in eacn;
plane In the second plane were
may floral offerines and some per-
n -J AL Ml i.

The deficit has

new io ranama auoara an mr uy)n .nni..iiv
PreeCrilmz h""
SS5;J2h. yesterd,yUl and labor and to increase
included. t ... ...

Maj. Gen. L. T. Heath, repre
senhng the United States, four U
S. unlisted men, Executive Secre-

mis-!tary Paul Runnistrand, represent

ing Gov. Potter of the Canal Zone,
! Secretary nf the Panama Foreign
Ministry Carlos Rangel and Maj.
Jose M. Pinilla representing Pa
nama, and Capt. G. F. Richardson
representing the U. S. Air Force.
Well, Finally
WESTERLY. R.T.. Oct. 1 (UP)
Mrs. Rochester Mowrey, 52,
left the hospital today after being
treated for injuries she suffered
in her fifth automobile accident!
'She went home in a pony cart.

Guardia

NewPresident
Says Treaties
Have Defects

Panama's new President

today he considers the 1936 and subsequent treaties with
the United States are fraught with defects and thus do

not adequately satisfy the aspirations of the Panama peo people.
ple. people. When the Presidential sash was placed over his
shoulder by Assembly President Manuel Arias, Mr. de la

Guardia became Panama's 26th elected President.

Discussing various aspects of the nation's domestic
scene, he called this a grave moment in national history.
This is the end of an era, he observed, warning that Pan Panama
ama Panama must face realities.

Speaking of "the just compli compliance
ance compliance with the treaties which
govern our relations with the
United states," president de la
Guardia added;
"With regard to the treaty of
Mutual Understanding and Co Cooperation,
operation, Cooperation, I consider that its
proper application cannot but
bring benefits to Panama.
"I share the desires of pantr
manian workers In the Canal
Zone regarding the equality of
wages and I pledge myself from
now on to use all rational means
to make those desires a reality.
'But I am not of that num number
ber number who are overly excited be because
cause because of the eHf forenves of
opnion which have come u
recently between the govern government
ment government of Panama and some of officials
ficials officials of the United states.
"Knowing as I know the spirit
of Justice and fair play of the
great American people, I think
with optimism that these differ differences
ences differences will be resolved in a man manner
ner manner favorably to the Panama
nian interests, which we are all
under obligation to safeguard,
and which I will always defend
without vacillations."
Noting the rapid increase in
Panama's population, the new
Chief Executive said this re resulted
sulted resulted in more demands on the
government. He took note of un unemployment,
employment, unemployment, of increased living
costs and of the insufficiency
and inadequacy of housing in
Panama.
Touching on education, he
said he understood 60,000 chil
dren are without schools
The 52-year-old President Is
a graaauie 01 me AmOS IUCK
School of Business Administra
Hon and Finance at Dartmouth
uonege.
His wife, his father Ernesto de
Legislative Palace were
among members of his family
present today
After his inauguration. Temis
tocles Diaz Quelquejeu was
sworn in as first Vice-President.
He attended Massachusetts m-
SlllUlC OI irciiiiiiiuny.
Heraclio Barletta, formerly a
deputy, was sworn as second
Vice president
After touching on what he
termed a "stagnant economy,
the President attacked the na
tional deficit.
"Public administration," he
observed, "has been spending
more than It should."
He revealed that the deficit
has increased from $17,000000
ait the end of 1945 to $44,000,000
Th- riefirit ha arnwn annual
ly he disclosed, even in those
" ,u K. m.mn,v, n
UW,
been about
tile aSbcm UI buuiki sctuuijr.
He also seeks "integration of
the Indian communities and
other cultural groups into
national life."
the
Touching on health, munici-
Pat proowms roaa aria omer
construction, ine rresiaeni sam
he thinks the basic provisions of
Panama's constitution are sound
and need no revision. He pledg pledged
ed pledged himself, however, to contin continue
ue continue to final application certain
constitutional provisions for re
form of electoral laws.
The colorful inaugural ceremo-
nies in the new Legislative Pal
ace were conducted under sun
Iny skies. Many Zonians were a

said in his inaugural speech

mong the amateur photogra photographers
phers photographers shooting "color.
Some spectators took up van vantage
tage vantage points from the balconies
of buildings facing the Legisla Legislative
tive Legislative Palace while others pushed
and crowded -against store win windows
dows windows of airline and shipping
companies.
Ice-cream and soda pop ven vendors
dors vendors were doing a brisk business
as the heat of the noon-day sun
neipeo stir up sales.
Even schoolchildren from
nearby Ancon Elementary School
caugnt some of tne spirit of the
festive occasion during their
lunch hour when thev were let
out of schcx and ran across the
street tr mimpse some of the
exciting scene. J
(Spanish lessons usually giyen
in the Ancon School were sus suspended
pended suspended today -to permit the
teachers, mostly Panamanians,
to join the celebration.)
Extra Canal Zone policemen
were on duty at intersections
leading to and from Tivoli Ave Avenue,
nue, Avenue, and parking apace around
Hosel Tivoli, and environ, was at
a premium.
New Cabinet
Ernesto de la Ouardia Jr.,
named his cabinet todav Imme
diately atter being sworn in as
rresiaent oi the Republic of
Panama.
It was the first time in many
years that the names of the
cabinet members were not re released
leased released at least 24 hours before
the presidential inauguration.
Only one member of the out
going cabinet was retained by
the new President Angel Lope
Casis, who entered the cabinet
of President Rlcardo Arias a few
months ago following tht resig resignation
nation resignation of Labor and Public
Health Minister Dr. Sergio Oon
zalez. Lope Casis will be Minis
ter of Education in the new cab
inet.
A third Assemblyman, Victor
Navas of Colon, was named Mm
ister of Agriculture and Com
merce.
Assemblyman Max Heurtemat-
te was named Minister of Gov
ernment and Justice and Aqui Aqui-lino
lino Aqui-lino Boyd, another Panama As
semblyman, was named as Min Minister
ister Minister of Foreign Relations, a post
held by his brother, Alberto, In
the outgoing administration.
Mrs. Cecilia Pin el Remon,
widow of the late President
Jose A. Remon, who also was
elected to tne National As Assembly,
sembly, Assembly, was napaed to the
Ministry of Labor and Public
Health.
Economist Ruben D. Carles Jr.
was named Finance Minister
and Roberto Lopez Fabrega to
the Public Works Ministry.
The post of secretary general
of the Presidencia, which car carries
ries carries the rank of cabinet member,
went to German Lopez, with Al Alfonso
fonso Alfonso Herrera y Franco as pri private
vate private secretary to the President.
The new President's brother,
Dr. Erasmo de la Guardia, was
named legal adviser to the Pres President.
ident. President. CI Vote Key
To Election?
WASHINGTON. Oct. 1 fUPl
Political experts in Washington
predict that American servicemen
and citizens overseas have a good
chance to sway the presidential e e-lection
lection e-lection result.
They said the eligible absentee
voters might even determine the
1 final results in few states.

Jr. Sworn

b III i

PANAMA'S NEW PRESIDENT, Ernesto de la Guardia, Jr. (center) ia shown as, he was being
sworn In this morning by Assemblyman Manuel Arias Espinosa fright), president of the Na National
tional National Assembly, while outgoing president Rlicardo Arias stands at the right. The ceremony
took place at Panama's new Legislative Palace (opposite the Tivoli Hotel) shortly before

noon while thousands of spectators overflowed the streetj. surrounding the building.

Bomb Blasts
Plaza; Boy,
Woman Hurt
One woman and a boy were
Injured In Santa Ana plaza
shortly after noon today when
a homemade bomb exploded, ac according
cording according to reports by the Na National
tional National Guard.
No further details were avail available
able available at press time. However, the
police report said followers of
defeated presidential candidate
Victor F. Gsytia were attempt
ing to hold a rally in the plaza.
Police also reported this morn morning
ing morning that 15 "Molotov cocktails,"
(bottles filled with gasoline)
were found last night in an al alleyway
leyway alleyway by a six -year-old boy who
sounded the alarm that brought
the police to the scene.
It was also reported that tacks
were being strewn in the streets
of Panama City last night.
Meanwhile, police continued to
question former pocket magazine
editor Jaime Padilla Bellz and
two other men caught trying to
cross the Panamanian border
from Costa Rica with two ma machine
chine machine guns and some ammuni ammunition.
tion. ammunition. It is believed thart the men In Intended
tended Intended to secrete themselves in
one 61 the buildings across the
street from the new Legislative
Palace and attempt to assassi assassinate
nate assassinate the new President as he
was leaving the building after
being sworn in.

'Free Formosa Is Pledged
As Red China Has Birthday

TOKYO, Oct. 1 (UP) Red Chi-
na staged a mammoth military
and civilian parade on Its seventh
birthday today and declared it
. i- j . ,
was me sacren lasn oi us pev-
pie to "liberate" Nationalist-held
Formosa.
Half a millio i persons marched
paat Mao Tse-Tung and other Com-j
munist leaders In the rain before
Peiping's "Gate of Heavenlyj
Peace," the Red Chinese equiva-'
lent of Moscow's Red Square. 1
Defense Minister Marshal Peng
Teh-Huai made the keynote speech
as he did last year.
In an order of the day Peng
lashed at "American aggressors"
who he said "have not given up
their policy of war and aggres-
sion."
"they still took upon us with
hostiMtv." said Pene. who com-
manded Red China's
volunteer
forces in the Korean war.
Peng quoted by Radio Peiping,
charged that Americans "are re reinforcing
inforcing reinforcing their military b e s e
near us with new equipment.
They still occupy our territory,
Taiwan (Formosa)."

Three Natiom Refuse

To Join Use

LONDON, Oct. 1 (UP Japan,
Pakistan and Ethiopia reiusea
tnriav to ioin the Suez Canal Us
Crs Association bfing formed
here In h'Cpes of forcing Egyp Egyptian
tian Egyptian President Gamal Abdel
Nasser to negotiate an end to
the Suez crisis.
But they kept hopes of even eventual
tual eventual western unity alive by an announcing
nouncing announcing their delegates would
sit in on the remainder of the
third London ,Suez conference.
Eighteen nations which backed
the original Dulles plan for placing
the canal under international op operation
eration operation met here today to try to
complete the association before the
United Nations Security Council can
act later this week.
They were faced not only witn
a speedup because of early U.N.
action but the problem of main maintaining
taining maintaining unity of purpose.
The first order of business was
to elect British Foreign Secreta Secretary
ry Secretary Selwyn Lloyd chairman of
this conference, a post he filled
in the two previous Suez par parleys.
leys. parleys. Lloyd said 14 of the 18 invited
nationa had informed Britain in ad advance
vance advance they would be represented.
The Norwegian delegate delivered
bis government's decision to attend
at today's opening session. The
Norwegian, Danish and Nether Netherlands
lands Netherlands delegates said their member membership
ship membership was conditional en eventual
approval by their respective Par Parliaments.
liaments. Parliaments. 1
Lloyd reviewed the decision of
the two previous Suez confer conferences
ences conferences here in August and Sep September.
tember. September. Then the delegates
broke up into three committees
to work out details of the As Association's
sociation's Association's operation. The next
plenary session of the full con conference
ference conference is expected Wednesday.
The delegates hope to have
picked an operating chief and
have hired his staff in' time to
eb ready for action as soon as
"We must keep constant vig i
lance," he declared. "To liberate
Taiwan and thus to complete the
country's unification is the sacred
. I. I L .- i i j
uuk ui uie ..inese people ana
the People's Liberation Army."
Pent also reiterated the Peip-
ing regime's announce support
ef Egypt in the Suez dispute by
saying that "the attempts ef the
colonialist to violate Egypt's
sovereignty and carry out armed
intervention against her are
doomed to failure."
Peiplng radio said about half a
million people participated in the
giant display with the military pa-
rade coming first.
On the reviewing stand stood
Mao flanked by Chu Teh, L i u
' Shao-Chi, Premier Chou En Lai
and other leaders. Also present
were President Sukarno of Indone-
sia and 1'rime Minister ranka fra-

sac Acharya of the Himalayan lows.
Kingdom of Nepal.
More than 10,000 persons packed He launhcd when a reporter
the stands reserved for guests, the said "They were wrong once be be-Peiping
Peiping be-Peiping broadcast said. More than fore." referring to Mr. Truman'!
2,000 guests from mere than 60 upset victory over Thomas I,
countries were in the stands. Dewey ia 1844.

' Ofii

the United Nations Security
council debate on Suez Is wound
up. The de-bate starts Frida
in
New Iflxk.
In proclaiming the Association
formally constituted at todav's
session, Lloyd declared the am
bassadors of the 15 member na na-Hons
Hons na-Hons to be its board of govern
ors.
Compliment Misfires
As Operators Doctor

Quote On Gorgas C

mciuucia ui iuc nian u our
gas Hospital and their friends
have been the recipients of soma
kidding in the past few days be
cause of an Innocent conspiracy
between a lindtype operator and
proofreader to misquote Major
uen. u. neawm m tnis newspa newspaper.
per. newspaper. The mistake occurred in a
statement made by Gn. Heatdn
oeiore he new back to Washing Washington
ton Washington Friday. He said, "I feel cer certain
tain certain that President Somoza is in
remarkably skilled and compe competent
tent competent hands at Gorgas. The staff
of that fine hospital has my
complete confidence."
The linotype operator changed
the word "remarkably" and the
proofreader failed to check the
copy, thus altering the meaning
of the sentence and taking from
it the triDute to Gorgas Hospital
and its staff intended by Hea-
ton. j
Fighting Adlai
Gets Truman OK;
Harry Fires On
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (UP)
Former President Truman, who
was critical of Adlai E. Steven-
nn'c ramnaicmniT in 1957 sain
today he approved of Stevenson't
strong attacks on the Eisenhower
administration in the current
campaign.
"That's the only way to win,"
Mr. Truman said on his arrival
here by train from Boston. ""
Mr. Truman, who fought Ste Stevenson's
venson's Stevenson's nomination at Chicago,
said Stevenson's vigorous JjH
paign has got the Republicans OB
the run.
"The
Democrats are winning,"
he said. "We've
got those birds
scared to death,
I
He refused to pinpoint where
the Democrats have made their
most significant gains and told
newsmen to check with "Informed
sources." He defined the sources
as auup, noper ana mose ies-

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ON THE DEATH OF A DICTATOR
Death, the silent veil of darkness
Has come on leaden wines
Swiftly, ever so swiftly
Like a snake that stings
With its venomous bite
And claimed him limb by limb
Till day became eternal night.
Life, once he lived a million Ures
Master of might and mind
should he not know a million deaths
Oh death, you are too kind
To this savage soul
That cast himself as God
But played the sinful Satin's role.
Life and Death are joined now hand in hand
Dancing in a million tears
Crystal bells mat chime throughout the land
As free men wake from a night of tears.
-J. N.

Sir:

SADEYE SAM REMINISCES

Thines is movin ahead two fast to suit me. This here busi

ness of super plannin' an anticipate fer the next couple of
liscal yeara, an men the iivc-year pian an now tne ten years
like they om astin, is spreadin it on soria thick.
Hid says the same thing, an men its two tough fer Red
whose the ooss, us two tougn fer me even ifien Red has to ast
my advice from time to time on most every question tnat comes
up especially on tne budget. Yesslrae, Ked. said that anybody
wnat can raise a tamiiy tne size 01 mine on the wages 1 get is
a minor genius on fiscal problems.
They ast Red in a memorandum what he expected to be
needin' in the next ten years on capital an operations on that
rocked him.
I'm gonna need a flock of new caows fer one thing,, Red
said, tnat is ifien I'm still in business, iffen they reduce the
price of bourbon any more folks will stop arinkin milk alto alto-fcctner
fcctner alto-fcctner an drink licker. You dont need so much of it to get
our share an its nurishln two. Itfen it wasnt that we was
sprjrtii our milk with Laay Agewoods output, I'd close up shop
bu everyDody knows that her milk puts the milk drinkm' pop pop-unction
unction pop-unction in a good humor an thats all that keeps us goin. An
we- will need some new pasture land an a new barn, a mllkin'
macnine an some new stables and stalls. Red said everybody
is gettln' new stalls. He sounded sorta bitter an I bst him why.
Well, Red said, time was when the onley stalls' there was
around here was a couple Of swingin gates fer the top men like
JudRe Tatelman, John Glancey, an Seymour Paul an fer our
horses, caows, mules, and jackasses. But now what have we got.
Not a day goes by but what some more stalls git put up around
the administration bulldin. Its gotten so that a feller needs a
guide to find the feller he wants to see. In the old days all
ou had to do was look down the alley an pick out your man.
But now, Gorsh, all you see is wood and glass and gates no
people. An those you do see is settin crouched down behind a
paltishon readin the Ladys Good Houskeejftn on account nobody
can see nobody an dont know what nobody Is doin. Especially
the bosses who is hid behind the high quality executive type
high wall stalls.
Fttfd said he remembered the old clays when the Personal
Brewery was downstairs on the first floor where the decimal
point pushers Brewery is now. It consisted of Seymour Paul,
Paul Wilson and two clerks an most of the time Paul Wilson
was walkln around the balcony takin his constitutional on ac account
count account of there wasnt much to do an Seymour Paul was pub-

lishin the Review in his spare time. Iffen anybody wanted a
ipb he went in tp see Mcllvaine anyway. But now what do you
ha,ve stalls an JfAns an treafys an chea liquor an tld csaiws
a nj budgets an Wculalvian memorandums an assumptions an
tei vear nlans.

Then Red went off talkin back at hlsself an I went down
to the stables to have the boys clean out the stalls. Its gettin
so that its easier to clean out the stalls at Mindi Dairy then the
stalls in the administration bulldin. The onley difference is
that what we sweep up we can use fer fertilizer.
Sadeye Sam

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By VICTOR RlfflL
PITTSBURGH There is mfl

bar-room and hotel lobby fascial

tion here with the National Leagui

pennant battle than the politics;

battle launched at Gettysburg

some miles down he road. The

interest over the red-hot pennant
race makes the presidential race

about as exciting as the news that

it's always below freezing on
Mars.

The wise men inside labor

stopped long enough on their way
to the Dodger-Pirate game to
smile and say that this political
indifference makes it look Did for
the Republicans. And some coal
union men tell you that Adlai Ste

venson is going to take Pennsyl

vania. Add that to the bouth and
Maine and where dees it leave
Dwight D. Eisenhower.

It adds up to what two of the

top Republican stretegists told the
President at Gettysburg the other

week. The odds are closer now.

The labor men are beginning o
senst a chance for victory and
are suddenly swinging into the
battle, although many of them or originally
iginally originally intended to sit things out.

Here on the road. yOu find

there's been only one early start starter
er starter in labor's fight for Stevenson
and the Democrats and it will
take the other union chiefs some
time to catch up with Walter

Reuther s campaign machine.

They're trying. But the Auto Un

ion leader and his bright special

ists in reaching the people are at

least two movies up on them, for
example.

One of these films is beginning

to saturate the countryside like a
good Hollywood "sleeper." It was
produced for the Auto Workers
and trounces the Republicans as
you might expect from any com comment,
ment, comment, celluloid or live, by Walter
and his people.

Officially the union describes it

as a "thirteen and a half minute

dramatic documentary featuring

Guy Nunn, UAW television and ra

dio commentator,"

In a letter from the union s na

tional headquarters to "Interna "International
tional "International Representatives, Presidents
of Local unions, Chairmen of Po Political
litical Political Action Committees and
Chairmen of Education Commit Committees,"
tees," Committees," UAW's educational director,
Brendan Sexton, says:

"The movie . should serve
usefully for television, for union
meetings, for Dolitical rallies, for

dollar drives and for political edu

cation.
A Hollywood title expert might
have dubbed the film with a
shorter, sexier title. The union
calls it "Who Pays For Elec Elections."
tions." Elections." One union has suggested
it be called "All Is Not Goldwater

That Glitters"-for it is officially

an answer to Sen. Barry Gold

water's running attack on the use
of union funds in election cam

paigns.

The movie is a slashing attack

on newspapers, television net

works and other media friendly
to the GOP, charging that, in ef effect,
fect, effect, the unions can't really get

a woru in edgewise.
"I think vnu vnnr mcmUc

your neighbors, your community
and nrobahlv atnitonta in th

schools in your community will
find 'Who Pays For Elections' an
Interesting, thought-provoking mo

vie, says me nome omce memo
randum.

Reuther and hie nllat.

however, are not ones to rnnnt n

any outside, force t oo heavily.

iney nave quite a movie outlet
system of their own. Of their 1200
local unions, at least inn mn thr

own movie projection equipment

ui uavc easy access 10 It. wnen

tne union put out a film on the
Guaranteed Annual Wage, they re recorded
corded recorded at least 900 showings of it
They expect the political film to
make an even better ahnunnn

which should get it around quite

a nil,
These are modern, bright lads
at UAW headauarters Thpv nw

give away dishes, but they do

nave a aouoie feature available
They took a kineoscope of Reuth Reuth-er's
er's Reuth-er's Labor Day TV appearance on
"Face The Nation" and are dis

tributing it to their locals across
the land. In it. Reuthpr mibn

impassioned plea for labor to

raise iunas ana get out and work
for its chosen candidates.

This is bv nn mpanc nim

small part of the Auto Union's po

litical activity, tnougn it probably
is its mnst rnlnrflll act inn A nrl it

. , "vnuii. nim 11
IS hnnB ohsrrvirl hv the nthor nn

inn rhipfc ivhn IoaI tka., Awh

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want to De sitting ny inly while
Rnithpr in offer! hunm., u

political chief of labor. Certainly

ne s tne most vocal.

Even if Stevenson should lose,
the other labor chiefs would not
like to see one man, even their
own man, get the credit for hav having
ing having rolled up a powerful Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic vote. So they're getting into
this campaign right now.

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i, DRIW PIARtON

Drew Pearson says: Chief Jua Here is what happened durin
tice Warren is tops as good-willjone of his latest battles, when bk
ambassador; Adm. Strauss ex- tifying before Chairman Clarenc
peeled to depart atomic energj ; Cannon (D., Mo.) of the Hous
National Zoo finally gets African Appropriations Committee,
elephant. Strauss leaned ever to whispe
WASHINGTON He was notjinto the ear of AEC Counsel Wi
billed as a good-will ambassador,! ham Mitchell, who was testify
but Chief Justice Earl Warren aid ing. Cannon didn't like the intei
a terrific job of winning friends' ruption
on his recent trip to India. "I would not think he need

He went to India not at the sug- any prompting, Admirt

gestion of the State Department

or the White House but at he n n-viatior.
viatior. n-viatior. of the Indian govern government
ment government It so happened that his visit
came soon after Bulganin and
Khrushchev had marched through
India with wreaths literauyryv
ping from their necks; follow following
ing following which American ambassadors

Strauss," the congressman snort

ed.
"I am not prompting," snappei
Strauss. "I started to interrupt b
say the question could be mot
aporopriately addressed to me."
"That is prompting," said Can
non.
"I did not prompt the witnes.
at all," insisted the AEC boss.
"Yes, you did!" Cannon bris
tied. "Sitting across this table.

in that area begged the State De Department
partment Department to send some top-level

American to counteract the two saw you aay something to htr
Russians. Some ambassadors sue- within th it minnto rr (sua

gested that Herbert Hoover and I did not say anything ti
Harry Truman, the two living ex him," denied Strauss.
Presidents, be drafted as special "You turned to him, ana vov,
envoys of good will. said something to him in a vet'

nuwever, noover is not roousiiiow voice.'' retorted the conar

Sat On Indian Courts

Dr. William Mann, director
the National Zoo, has finally goi
his long-coveted African elephant.
Though the symbol of the Repub Republican
lican Republican party, her name is Nancy',
the same as another famous

L. T I Nancy, the wife of Senator- Ke-
Chief Justice, Warren, however fauver. 1
undid much of this ill will not! Doc Mann's trials and tribula tribula-by
by tribula-by any special diplomatic effort, tions in getting an African le?
but just by being his usual direct phant are long and tragic. Afrif
and unassuming self. can elephants are rare. They
The chief justice didn't discuss don't train well or live easily id
politics, the race issue, civil captivity. Practically all elepnatfc
rights, or Russia1. He did discuss in this country are front ftdii.
legal procedures and the law of Doc is a Republican. And when

NIA Wathinatsn Csrrssoendent I Truman went on to explain how Len Hall has been doing his "" pom, Eisenhower was elected, doc Cf

WASHINGTON (NEA) the big bankers behind the Eisen-darndest to beat down this ?; wnicn naPPen Msect on pected a new heyday in obtaii-
Back-aUey brawling between ex-hower administration had raised charge. Itnf cmm 'w.of EngnO; Jing money for the National Zdtt
President Harry S. Truman and national debt interest rates, af-i He has offered $1,000 to any!. Bombay, Mdrs and Calcut-which he has built up so painl-
r.riP N.tinnai Phairman Leonard fectine even homeowners and charitv for nroof that Nixon ever,1 ne was invited to sit with ln- takingly.

Hall is a kind of political distrac- consumers. sair1 those things. !?'" on. the.n,s;n, couIl ,?f; Much to his sorrow, howevj

tion to the Main Street bout be- Then came this punch line:! Without offering proof, Truman M1"" Sl, ef; ."V" i Poc Mann f?und tht Me

iicans were iiiteni un cuiubk

Rowdy Sideshows
By Peter Edson

enough to make a long trip, while
Eisenhower flatly turned thumbs
down on Truman. The President
has developed Such an acute dis dislike
like dislike of his predecessor that White
House aides are careful to keep
Truman's remarks about Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower away from the presiden presidential
tial presidential desk. They send udl Ike's
blood pressure.
So John Foster Dulles went to
India instead. His trip was not a
success. In Pakistan he talked
about the disputed province of
Kashmir, which rubbed India the
wrong way, and his previous sup support
port support of Portugal in regard to
Porguguese Goa made him not ex exactly
actly exactly the man to spread sweet sweetness
ness sweetness and light in India.

man. "It is precisely the case i
the errant husband who, whe
called to account by his wife
said: 'Honey, are you going to be
lieve me or believe what yoi
hear?' That reconciled her. But f
few days later when she caug1
him kissing the maid, he sale
'Honey, are you going to believe
me or believe what you see?' Ad
miral Strauss wants us to believe
him and not believe what we have
just seen."
New Elephant Per Washington

l,-f.n Pro.irfon WLinhnuMr and "And I want In sav tn vmi that has hiamtlv tnlH Hall to spnri the'n.e was invueq 10 oon a rODe ana

aji.i Ct.vnnn thev arr in Hanopr riffht nnw SI.OOO tn Korran HpH Cross And 81 tn highest COUrt of India

It's necessary to go back to the trom this bunch of racketeers, Democrats keep repeating the

budget. Though the Dem

had put up building after

told his press conference, "I stifljAnd he limited the application to! lieve. . Real Democr
believe that America believes lithe so-called "give-away" of natu-, outraged by the Tium
am honest, that I sin not a rascal ral resources. Stevenson tolefftl

aCUUVVTCl WlBuuviv v , .,
thinos the denial mav have beenrhave used that precise word my

a little more sweeping than neces- self, but no one could feel more

strongly man l ao aoouc tne

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Judicial proceedings in India

record to know all that's involved Two weeks later at Milwaukee charge. f.re PeP ana most of ing for him, the Republic

in the Truman-Hall exchanges of In a press conference before his What Nixon actually said was: ",c """" Juu,Be "k meir iaw nim nacK so flrasncaiiy
At Ain. (Labor Dav sneerh evpn Truman' "Truman. Arheson and Stevenson degrees at Oxford or Cambridge.! the Belgian government

in rpsnonse to s Question on the! sucked this back a little. There he' are traitors to the high principles "oug" ln recent y.e.rs m?re ln.-iim an African elephant

ibiect President Eisenhower said they were "legal racketeers."! in which many Democrats be-?13" 'layers peing eaucatea Doc didn t have the money
lUJCLl, til r i In Indian UnlVPrSltlPS ,tm I. trsit.nnrllinn

Democrats are , ,r :, : 1 1 ''

Acheson-i ln -aicuua, me cniei justice

tion bnd nolea 11,11 faiaji lawyers citeri

,u. i rintalur nr anv- Whpn Dpmnrratip nrostHpntlol rlpfpnse nf rOmmunism m hioh ul "": eLisiun& 01 ine u.a.

S?T, w UmiiHii. AHtai Rincnn .. niP. Supreme Court in arguing one

sinrp nohodv-not even Mr. asked in Washington if he ao-1 Hall" tried to hang this albatross! ? iote e court. He found; Humphrey Minnesota, chied

Truman-has catted President Ei- proved this, he replied: I around Stevenson's neck by as-'nai "5;"" "sT!Jli;

senhower personally any ot mose i wou.a say mat i woumn t soc isung mm w.tn -'"7-, w

statement mat ne, iruiuaii, uiuu i ,7. r.T, "T ViL
think Hiss was a Communist spy.Jndla;. w,"5 'ttet ,s more like
Stevenson's rejteration of his United States than England.
1952 statement that he thought "e found that Indian law law-u...
u... law-u... nrn..i -invi-iorf nf n0r.' yers were familiar with the oer-

jury in denying he had passed spnalities of the U.S. Supreme New York froien. Dr. Mann
dociments to Communists may orcTrt nd luoted their dissents doesn't like to talk about -it, but

sary

The worst that Truman has give-aways of our natural re

oid nf the Eisenhower adminis

tration thus far was at the Demo

cratic convention in v.mcagu

sources, by this administration to
which as I understand it Presi President
dent President Truman was referring: not

Truman s "Point r ive in nis six- io me personal nonesiy or mieg-

noin'. indictment of the uur at nty of President Eisenhower.

the convention's final session was
this:

We're ln fight to save tne

This situation has an almost

exact parallel in the past with
the two party roles reversed. It

Finally, a group of Dejoftcrals.

including Senators Clintonf Ander

son Of Tw Mexico, Mike sion sion-roney
roney sion-roney of Oklahoma, and Hubert

in personally to bring the GOP
symbol from Africa to Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. But. for some amazing reason,
the poor elephant was housed on
th'. opeti deck of the vessel in
the dead of winter and arrived in

finances of all the people from! came with Democratic attempts

rnntrot of the money cnangers to nang on itepuDiican vice presi
B t It I J Ei 1 1J4 I- l J If

and mortgage snarss.

mav not end this episode.

Inferences of dishonesty, rascal

ity and traitorous conduct may be
read into the Truman and Nixon
statements quoted above. The
point is that such charges were
not made directly in either case.

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Nixon the charge that he, accused Politics is bad enough without
Truman, er-Secretary of State; making it worse by distortion and

Dean Achcson and Stevenson of exaggeration. But pontics nas ai

being "traitors" and that the1 ways been played by such cute

Democratic party was "the party i trickery, ana it proDamy always

of treason." will be

and opinions as if they were per- that's what happened ot the Af Af-sonally
sonally Af-sonally acquainted with Hugo rican, symbol of the GOP.
Black, William 0. Douglas, or; A couple years passed, and last
Felix Frankfurter. week Doc Mann finally located
The chief justice and Mrs. War-' another African elephant through
ren came home by way of the' a New York animal dealer, Louis
Pacific, having made a complete Ruhe. Dr. Mann won't say how
trip around the world. He is not much be paid for the elephant,
reporting to the White House or though the zoo is conducted at the
the State Department because he taxpayers' expense and every ex ex-went
went ex-went on his own, and because penditure is supposed to be au au-the
the au-the judiciary keeps aloof from the dried and known to the public,
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lighted with the results of his mis
sion.
Exit Admiral Strauss??

Chairman Lewis Straus of the

to contrast the cost of Nancy with

the poor elephant which was free
but froze to death.
Anyway Nancy, aged three, it
now safely ensconced in the Na National
tional National Zoo; and even though she

Atomic Energy Commission has, is from Africa and a rare inmate,

had so many ructions with mem

bers of Congress that he's ex expected
pected expected to resign this fall, whether
Eisenhower is re-elected or not.

she seems happy. There are only
about six African elephants in the
U.S. and Dr, Mann says Nancy's
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NEWPORT NEWS, Vi Oct
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day today with claims that the 60,-000-ton
ship "can penetrate the
defenses of any aggressor" in big
or little wars.
The newest flat-top of the
Forrestal class was given the
name "U&S. Ranger." It is the
eighth ship to bear the proud
name In Navy history. The first
Ranger, commanded by John
Paul Jones, took the first salute
ver rendered the American flag
by a foreign power.
Ad. Arleigh A. Burke, Chief of
Naval Operations, said in an ad address
dress address at the launching ceremo ceremonies
nies ceremonies that one of the neto carri carrier's
er's carrier's A3D Skyworrler bombers
"can carry more destructive
power than all the Rangers of
the past two centuries."
F8U Crusader jet fighters to
be carried aboard the ship, he
said, fry "nearly twice the speed
of sound, better than 1000 miles
per hour." This Is four times the
speed of the planes carried by
the last previous Ranger 10 years
go.
Task forces built around such
ships as the new Ranger, Burke
said, can defend themselves with
missiles, supersonic planes "and
with a new type of powerful
depth bomb that makes the sub submarine
marine submarine profession more danger dangerous
ous dangerous than it used) be."

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Dramatic Rescue Saves
Life Of Hurt Fisherman

OROVILJ.E, Calif., Oct. I
UP) A exhsusted party of
volunteer rescue workers carried
an injured fisherman up a 3,000 3,000-foot
foot 3,000-foot canyon wall today after he
fell into a river and was swept
over a water fall.

The climb climaxed IS hours of

"tortuous" operations to rescue
Leonard Gene Lowry, 30, of Sacra

mento. A team of 30 forest service
men, sheriffs deputies and honor
prisoners from a county jail who
first reached owry had to call
for help after six hours of work

and a second rescue party took

over after dawn.

Lowry was strapped in a basket

and carried up the face of Bald

Rock, a giant upthrust of granite
about 18 miles north of here.
Hurled Over Pall
Lowry fell into the middle fork

of Feather River white fishing
Saturday. His body was hurled by

the current aver a 30-foot falls and

smashed up against the far bank

of the canyon below the falls.
One companion, Egbert Nash,
30, of Citrus Heights, went for
help while another man, Larry
Cleveland, 30, of Orangeville,
stayed with Lowry.
The first rescue party headed
by Deputy Sheriff Lyle Ishmael
reached Lowry Several hours
later. They brought him across
the river to the base of the granite
cliff by floating the basket on an
air mattress and clinging to a
guide line stretched icvoss the
water.
Evan Weiss, Oroville ambulance
driver who accompanied the res rescue
cue rescue party, said the ascent was

"tortuous and difficult." He said

that at places the trat' narrowed

to a foot-and-a-half. In one spot
. ic oa c lua to oe i. d i r . .'
and pulled across gaps in the trail
too narrow to permit both men
and basket to pass at the' same
time, be said.
Doctor In Party
Dr. Todd Bailey, Oroville phy physician
sician physician who was a member of the
rescue team, said he feared Low :
ry suffered a broken brck and
ruptured spleen and pressed the
rescuers to move as fast as
ossible.
Even so, Weiss said the party
wis so Tied by the time it nail
scaled the first 500 feet of the
sheer wall that its members could
only go 20 fee at a time.
A second party took over after
the 500-foot level. Working with
lanterns and torches, the men con continued
tinued continued the climb upward through
the night. The party ran out of
water with more than half of the
trail still to go, Weiss said.
Members of the rescue teams
estimated that it took 15 hours to
move Lowry up the 3,000-foot cliff,

averaging 200 teet an hour.

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WE START OUR
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offering a wide range of Jewelry, Watches and Silver
Very Drastically Reduced

To make space for new shipments

33o to 60?o Discount

FAMOUS BRAND WATCHES
J u ven i a Lapel Watches, 17 Jewels.
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Men's Automatic Watches, 17 Jewels,
Waterproof NOW 15.00

Ulysse Nardin Watchea
Waterproof (Before. 62.50)
Ladie's Watches, for Nurses
Waterproof, 17 Jewels

(Before 36.50) NOW 17.50 up

Ladie's 14 K. Solid Cold Dress Watches
with metal bands,. 17 Jewels . .NOW 19.75

NOW 24.00 up

Crystal Ball Watches ........... .from ,14.50
Musical Alarm Clocks 2.50
Travel Clocks 10.00
Alarm Clocks 2.50
Watchbands from 1 .00
Woodland Bands from 4.50
French Jewelry from 1.00
Compacts and Cigarette Cases . .from 1.00
SILVER rLATE AND STERLING
SILVER QIFTS ; from 1.00
Tea Sets, 4 pieces from 18.00
Candle Sticks Sterling from 3.95
Rhinestone Jewelry, Coldfilled Earrings,
Solid Gold Jewelry from 2.00

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, l5l
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MEETINGS

lack notice for inclmkm ia ta
column ihoutd be umitted w
type-written terra and mailed to one

ot the box numbers luted oeiiy
"Social and OthhiwiM," or deliver delivered
ed delivered by kind to the othce. Notice of
meetings on no be accepted by
telephone.
Cristobal Women's Club
The Cristoual Woman s Club will
hoid the lirsi meeting of the season
on Wednesday, Oct 3 at 2 p.m.
Colonel Leuoy Uiodell will be tne
speaker for the afternoon and his
talk will be on Canianeis.
Mr. Norman Slide will present
a musical program.
Moumblow Memorial

MUAHiaiv
The Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow
Auxiiary to V.r.W. Post 3d6 Cris Cristobal,
tobal, Cristobal, will hold their regular busi business
ness business meeling at the fori nome this
evening at 7:30 o'clock. All mem members
bers members are urged to be present.

Catholic Daughters

Of America ,.
Court No. 874 of the Catholic
Daughters of America will hold
their regular meeting this evening
at the Miraculous Medal Churtij
after the Novena devotions. Ail

members are requested to auenu.

Sodality of Immaculata

Conception

Tho Mi i v nt ine immaculate

Conception Church in Gatun will
meet this evening in the Church'

U..II a t O n'nlnnk I

nan av a v v v

US. Receiving More Credit
For Friendship Of SEAsia

1PTB V1"

PRESIDENT CHATS WITH ERNESTO IV P resident of the Republic of Panama, Ernesto
de la Guardia Jr., plays with his grandson, Ernesto JV prior to attending his inauguration
ati the new Legislative Palace. j (Photo by Hindi Diamond)

PANAMA'S PRESIDENT ERNESTO DE LA GDA RDI
LRECEIVE DIPLOMATS AT PRESIDENCY

At 6 o'clock tonight, the President of the Republic of Panama, Ernesto de la Guardia
will receive the special and permanent diplom atic refcre sentatives at the Presidenc'ia.
Tomorrow night representatives who atte nded today's inauguration will fete the new
President and hi wife at a reception at the Cniol Club.
Wednesdav night the President and Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia will be (uests of honor
at a gala reception, which will be held in the Balbla Salon ef the Hotel El Panama.

iic tMhiuidor Give Dinner 1
lis. Ambassador and Mrs ju
Uan Fiske Harrington .fam.ed
a dinner party at the Embu-
SUS UieTrSential inaugura-

oon.

na

Panama's UN D.l.t.
AWe. From Now York pj

rt' delegate to the

de a Guardia v "7t.
Thursday.
Or. Mrs. Lewis

Area 1 Ancon, Saturday

tar

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ridel Shew,rt

ly uriaai o""" t

trinjroed w.in the

wrP me '"r-:tl

"w""" i tin

luneon ann fw lhe

Eighty

TV- .itnrtd Hostesses to
guests attendea. n Youn

evemng we. Frangioi
H1 .F"-; norothv Lava ee,

Jn. """rV-irMeeaskey. Mar-

ra Tucker.
Or.jAndMr.. Rupp
M,Tobert H.Rupp
VoraSich"
igan.
Orten-de

. JLiSSt service at the

n,r.h hvthe-Sea on Satur-

yreVening Sept. 22 Miss Helene

itd'Mrs. Rafael de Boyne of Co Colon,
lon, Colon, exchanged vows with Mark
Edward Orton, Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Mark E. Orton. Sr., of North North-east,
east, North-east, Pennsylvania. The double

dinrr naramnnv was iihun ii ru iiv

V IP v-a 7
thr Rev. Nolan G. Aken assisted

' by The Rev. reier ifarmer. aco

lytes were Bing Fuller Aid Russell

Favorite.
Mr. H. Lawson, Chur organist,
played the traditional wedding
marches and accompanied Miss C.
Bell, soloist, who sang k'0 Perfect
Love" as the bride ascended the
altar steps.
White regal lilies and white aga aga-panthus
panthus aga-panthus were used in the Church

decorations. There wert vases fill

ed with the same flowtrs on the
attar with two seven-branch can-

delabras on either sid. At the

end of each choir seat were hane-

Ihe cornucopias filled with white

agapantbua and looped together
with white wedding cord. Two

large standing baskets ef white li lilies
lies lilies and two palms stood at the
entrance to the chancel on either

side of the white satin kneeling
cushion. White dahlias were tied
to the pews with silk bows and
streamers.
The lovely bride, given in mar marriage
riage marriage by her father, wore a gown
of imported Chantilly, lace over
nylon net and slipper satin. T he
lace bodice had a sweetheart neck neckline,
line, neckline, little cap sleeves and elbow
length mitts of Chantilly lace. The
full skirt with lace panels in front,
formed a chapel train of lace. A
crown of seed pearls held t h e
bride's mantilla. The string of
pearl earrings were given to her
by her father.
She c.rried an arrangement on
he: prayerbook of white Phalae Phalae-nopsis
nopsis Phalae-nopsis orchids with satin stream streamer,
er, streamer, in which wre tied Dendrobhim
orchids. Attached to her book was

a small gold crosj which her fath

er had presented to her at the
confirmation.

Mrs. V. R. Robillard. who-is the
bride's sister, was matron of hon honor.
or. honor. She wore a full skirted' balleri ballerina
na ballerina length go vn of teal blue chif chiffon.
fon. chiffon. The shirred bodice Wat trim

med with pearls and a stole drap-1

ed over the shoulders and fasten fastened
ed fastened to the back of the bodice. Her
satin slippers and long gloves were

in the same color. She wore

neaaaress ot silver leaves, and
carried a crescentsbaped bouquet
of deep pink roses tied with silver
ribbon and streamers
Miss Joan MacKenzie and Miss
Sandra Motta were the brides bridesmaids
maids bridesmaids arid they fore ehiffnn

gowns patterned after that of the
matron of honor but in pink and
coral respectively with matching
gloves and slippers. Thev

wore headpieces of silver leaves
Miss Mackenzie i carried a cres cres-centiShaped
centiShaped cres-centiShaped bouquet of very pale
unk-sroses and Miss Mdtta's simi similar
lar similar shaped bouquet was of yellow
roses.

(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)

Ceribean Stamp Club
Meets At Tivoli
The Caribbean Stamp Club will

meet tomorrow, at uie iivoui
Guest House at 7:30 p.m. An Auc-I
tion of stamps will be held at this
meeting. Any stamps collectors
over the age of eighteen are wel welcome
come welcome to attend and to become
members of the Club. The Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Stamp Club is sponsoring the
F.A.A. Exhibiton in First Flight
Covers now being shown at he
Qvil Affairs Building. This Exhi Exhibit
bit Exhibit will also be shown in Cristobal
at a later date.
Miss Brooks Up

In Queen Ballot
At the first count of votes held

recently the candidate of the
Choir Guild of St. Christopher's
Church took the lead in the annual
parish contest. She was followed

by Miss Sara Birmingham, spon sponsored
sored sponsored by the Woman's Auxiliary;
Miss Joyce Wilsqn, sponsored by
the Young People; and Miss Thel Thel-ma
ma Thel-ma Clark sponsored by the Singletons.

The final count of votes will be
held at the Church, 10th street,
Parque Lefevre. oh Friday, Oct 13
at 7:30 p. m. The Coronation will
be conducted on Oci 26 and details

will be announced later.

TOKYO (UP) Since the
end of World War n, many per persons
sons persons have said that it was Ja Japan's
pan's Japan's aggressive war that brought
independence to a number of na nations
tions nations in Asia.)
Now this idea has been chal challengedand
lengedand challengedand by an Asian.
The man with a different
thought on the matter is Adam
Malik, an Indonesian who is man managing
aging managing director of Antara News
Agency in Djakarta.

Malik, in an interview with a
Tokyo newspaper, branded as
propaganda the claims that Jap Japanese
anese Japanese occupation had been instru instrumental
mental instrumental in bringing independence
Indonesia and other former
Southeast Asian colonies. He ad advised
vised advised the Japanese to stop maic
ing such claims.
The truth of the matter was,
he "noted, that Australia and the
United States and other countries
were the powers That really
helped the Asian nations to gain
freedom and self government
Amaricans Wondered
He recalled that in Australia
the union members had refused
to handle ships carrying Dutch
troops and arms to Indonesia. He
pointed out that the United States
had given strong moral support
to the independence movement.

In our fight for independence
we first had to ge rid of the Jap Japanese
anese Japanese occupation forces tthen
the Dutch," he said.
Malik's statement was well re received
ceived received in American quarters
where many persons were begin beginning
ning beginning to wonder if the Indonesians
ever knew, (or had forgotten) how
much the United States did to
promote Indonesian independ

ence.

Many Americans long have held
the ie.il' tnat maonesians do not
know how big a role the United
Slates played in ousting the
Dutch. Many Americans fear that
in tne hectic tirst days of the
new government, the story of
America's etiort never was told
to the Indonesian people.
The ftulipfMiioa
Malik's statement aiso was well
received by Americans wno hate
to think tnat the misguided ad adventures
ventures adventures of Japan's warlords
werj responsible tor the birth of
the Republic of Philippines.
Americans know thai Philippines
independence had been panneij
for years and was carried out on
schedule, 'they know then friend-i
ship lor the Filipinos before,1
during and after the war had
little to do with Japan's unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful efforts to expand her em empire.
pire. empire. Testimony and records intro introduced
duced introduced in the major war crimes
trials in Tokyo alter World War
II indicated the Japanese mili militarists
tarists militarists were not interested in se securing
curing securing the independence of South Southeast,
east, Southeast, Asia.
On one occasion, according to
the testimony, one of Japan's
leaders assured his associates
that the time was ripe and Japan
would never have another such

opportunity in the next 300 years
to expand the empire.
BASEBALL BREAKS
pr.arM rrrv Utah (UP)

Eight-year-old Jane Folkman was
. t III .. rN,., Kali n ma

waicning a nam a
k .in hall ttrnfk- her She

suffered a fractured skull. A week

later brother Robert was waning
hi, turn at hat when a ball hit

him in the face, breaking his nose
in three placet.

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CARIB. U8AR-CARIB. pins captain's bars on Capt. H. H. Mattlce, assistant
chief of the Ordnance Maintenance shop at Corozal. Mattict,
who served with the 8th Infantry Division during World War
IT. has more than nle years in the aervice. His promotion
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OFFICIAL LIST OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
. PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
Complete Prize-winninf Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. I960, Sunday, September 30, 1956
The whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two aerie "A" and "B"
First Prize 7711 $ 44,000.00

Second Prize 57U6 S 13,200 00

3788

Third Priz

PRIZES ARE

Eft

PAID

$ 6,600 00

WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

1 1
Na. Prliea M. Prim .Na. Pritea Na Prliee Ne. r rlxea Na Pttaea Ma.
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nu ma itu ui.n ttu ma saa uz.m m in.e Mil in.M ten
in in.se nu isx.ee xm isx.es xui isi.m 4111 ixxse stu imh sm
2u i3x.ee nil i32.e bii ixx.es sxn ixx.es lu isx.es sxit 1s2.es sxu
311 13X.M 1311 132 M JJH I32.H 3311 1XX.OS 4111 13X.M 1311 132JS Sill
Mil 1SX.N 1111 132.M 2411 1SX.M Mil 13X.M 4411 I3X.M Mil 132.0 Mil
ill 1S2N 1SU IS2.M 1SII ltt.M Silt 132 J 4Ml 13XJS SS11 132.M Mil
Mil 1S2.M 1SU l.M Mil ISX M Mil 132.be 4411 132 M Mil 1S2 M Mil
711 2,SM.M 1711 2.SNM till 2.2e.ee.i;il 2.20vt 4711. 2.2M.O ITU 2.IMM S7U
Mil isxm mi i32.ee xsit 132.ee 3n issM 4il isxes Mil i3X.ee ssu
Mil ISXM Itlt 1M.M Mil 13X.M M11 13X.M 4li ISXM Mil 1320 Mil

1S2.M
1SX.M
132 ee
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132 ee
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ISXM

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7SU 1S2N

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7111
7211
7311
7411
7311

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Mil
8111
211
311
Mil
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Mil
1711
Mil
Mil

132M
132.M
i32.ee
i32.ee
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Mil 1SX-M
Mil 13X.M
mt ua.M
Mil 13MI
Mil isaM
Mil 132M
MU H
am xioeje
Mil ISXM
Mil 'MM

Approximation ADerived From First Prize

IT7W 4MM TTM 4M.N TTM 4M.M J T7M 4S.M I 4 Mm1 TTli W JJ I 7711 4M.M I TJ1T 44SM I 1J I
7103 44e.ee I ttm 44e.ee I n 44440 I 77e 44e.ee 1 TTIS 444.M I 7I14 4M.M T71l 4M.M I I7U 4M.M I TTM MI.M I
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
MM XX M ISM TXS.M 124 X2.M MM MM 4XM SM.M I2M XXS.M TIM XM.M MM XMM XM XM.M
lm ums mm him net imm Mas imm mm him mm hjm nie jijm mix iu.h jxij jii.M
I1M 1W.M MM UM MM SUM MM lll.M MfT 1IIM MM HIM Bll llM MIS lll.M Mil 11I.M

Approximatioas Derived From Third Prize

ju ISXM 17M 132.M CM ISXM 4TM 1S2.M 17M 132 M I7M 1S2M TTtt 1S2.M M ISXM I7M 13X-M
i?n ss so i sTee sm mm stm mm irtr mm S7M mm sm mm S7m mm S7M m.m
stm mm mm s?S Sm am m.m stm mm mm mm stm mm stm See I srrr mm
11 iii a

The Nine Hundred whole tickets endinc hi 1 anil not included in the above list wi rorty-Fenr Dollars ($44.09 each.
The whole ticket haa 44 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces each.

"lined by: ALBERTO ALBMAN, Goyernor ef the Province of Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Repreaentntive of the Treasurv RICARDO A. UELENDEZ

WITNESSES: Caiallna J. Aftad, Ced. No. M-23M
Lorenso Muftoa. Ced. No. 18 5917

ALBERTO J. BARSALLO
Notary Public. Panama.

PABLO A. PIN EL M
Secretary

kjpi-r r. The winning ticket with the lest cipher and erUb the two Ian
W I C. ciphers appiy only to the Flret Priia.
The Flnt Prixe and the 2nd and 3rd Prirei are dream eeparatelT The ep-
proximetiotu are calculated en tne Flrat, Second end Third Pruee. In eae
a bcket hould carry the numben of each prlaa. the holder te entitled ta
elairo payment for each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES

day, September 30, 1056

Drawing Number Mt

Fraction Ticket
First Priw.! 11 $11.00 $220.00
Second Priie 06 3.00 60.00
Third Prize 88 2.00 40.00

Plan of Ordinary Drawing No. MCI which win take
place October 7, 1956
The eaWkrM he paid In accordance wttk the Offldel Ut el PauaM Is
Ihe efflree of ihe National Beacficaat Lottery dtaated oa Central

Divided an two oarlea of M fraction each denominated and ""

FIRST PBIZK
I Ftrat Prlre. Seriae A and H. ot Mxew.aM each oarlee
1 Second Pnrc. Series A end B. ot .MOM each eerie
1 Third PrSSk Seriea A end B ot S.3M M each eariee
II ApprcaimaUooe. Serin A end 9. ot 22A M each eerlee
s Prliea. Setfe A and ot 1.10O M each aerie
M Prliea. Sector A and B. of MM each eerie.
MS Prize. Sarlea A and B. of, MM eeah eanee
' SECOND PBIZB

it Approxlmaliona. Serlee A end B of I M M each eerie.

( Priam Seriae, A end B. of 110 00 each
third PRtaa
Approximation.. Serlee A and B el t 44.00 each
S Prliea, Sarin A and B of M0 each

13JM.M
MM
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174 Prtaoa TtrlAl. 14a.TM
Price ot 0 whole ticket $22.00
Price ot o"terty-fourth port 30



MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1956

TBI PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NSWBPAPBR
PAGIPm

rr.

C AH TO LI 0

S5c Jtc.

A MAN ALONE
- Also: -FLAME
OF THE
ISLAND

ft VOL

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THE HARDER
THEY FALL
- Also: -AUTUMN
LEAVES

CECILIA
William Holden Kim Novak
- in -PICNIC
in Cinemascope and Color!
- Also: -Paul
Douglas Ruth Roman
- In
JOE MacBETH

RIO

35e.

20c.

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MUSICA EN LA
NOCHE
- Also: -EL
CABALLERO
ANDALUZ
with Jorge Mistral

VICTORIA
25e. i 15c.
RANSOM
- and -TARZAN
AND
HIS MATE

Too Many Dollars American, Reds
Spent For Asians? To Fight Drink

SAIGON. Indochina. Oct. 1- m.r,r.V '. j

w !ln ?u iDc.:U) h" srrived in Russia to try to

v...s .w, .uc uni oics persuade the Soviet government
is spending too much money on to join a campaign against alco alco-lts
lts alco-lts Information program in Asia s holism, radio Moscow reported
pro-western and neutral nations.1 today.
"Why do we keep on spending tW rtin ,.a th. A.r;..n

to sen them our foreign policy?" identified only as a Mr. Schatten-

" "m uewsmru uciore uying on oerg, wants to form an "interna "interna-to
to "interna-to Cambjjdla and Laos. "I think tional commission for the
we could use that money to reach prevention of alcoholism."
people behind the Iron Curtain."

Social and Otlt

. o J mar7 :m Statue To Heroes

iiuuui r ict n in lie aaiu a unicvc

erwiSe
ConliHunJ

Little Miss Elizabeth Lewis was son and Mrs. John Lingwood were

flower sirl and over her long yel

low taffeta dress was a white lace
tiered skirt. She wore white lace
mittens and white kid slippers.
Her basket was a large yellow sat satin
in satin rose. In between the petals were
natural rose petals which she scat scattered
tered scattered in the aisle. Her headdress
was made of pink sweetheart ros roses.
es. roses. Mark E. Orton, Sr., was
beak man for his son and ushers
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in charge of the bride's book

For her aoina away costume

the bride wore a black and white

silk dress with black Itnen duster.

The vouna couple spent the wee

end at the El Panama and left by

plane on Tuesday for Miami, i lor-

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A suggestion of an exercise class
was made by the Ways and Means
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Freida Alien introduced the guest

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MONDAY, OCTOBER 1. tNf
'56 Greatest Homer-Hitting Season In History
Yankees 7-5
Favorites
To Cop Series
Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

PAGE SIX

Five Teams Establish
Club Season HR Marks
By FRED DOWN
NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (UP) The 1956 season
went into the record book today as the greatest
homer-hitting campaign in major league history.
No fewer than 2.293 homers 182.
were wXped as five teams es- The Baltimore Orioles swept a
tabUshed dub-season home run double-header from the Wash Wash-wiarkii
wiarkii Wash-wiarkii ani a sixth eoualled its ington Senators, 4-2 and 6-3.
lSLrJL l.Tl.Hn Al Kaline knocked In two runs

fZZ TJSSSubM a m rmita
f i IW4 hnmen while the Na-
A'9l?mf!, i ,To f.ii
Srt atart the circu tV 1955
L nfUS
The Cincinnati Redlegs staged
iuc grc3b

Slial thSSfl New v7rk Glante" Athletics beat the Chicago:
?E!L&Y?jvritot Sox, 7-6. The White Sox

x,LSrki th TmBripan'werhomerless but already had,
...Lf'viset a new season standard of

tSK. wal thewaso 5C!
vidual offense het Mantle t-
came only one fourth player in:
modern history to win the "tri- j
pie batting crown" when ha led j
the American League with a!
353 average, 52 homers and 130
run? batted to.
Sharing individual honors 1
Sth Mantle was Hank Aaron, j
Milwauke. Braves' 22-year-old
outfielder, who won
his first National League bat batting
ting batting t'tle with a .321 average
that beat out Pittsburgh's Bill
Virdon by nine points.

The Redlegs got nine-hit BROOKLYN,1 Oct. l-(UP)-pRching
from Hal jeffcoat to;8al MagUe,. "The man who won
close out the season with a 4-2 j the pennant for Brooklyn," no no-vfctory
vfctory no-vfctory over the Chicago Cubs, i tified manager Walt Alston to to-The
The to-The Redlegs thus finished the day that he'll be ready to pitch
season In third place. Marking j the World Series opener against
their first wlndup In the first i the Yankees Wednesday even

envision amce urn.
The Dodgers clinched their
flag in a fitting style for 1958
clouting fiv homers in their 8-j
triumph over the pirates. Duke
Snider and Fandv Amoros hit
two each and Jackie Robinson
blasted one. j
The Philaaeipnia pnnnes anu
h New York Oianits split a
Amble-header, Bill White hitting
two homers off Robin Roberts
to help New York down Roberts,
in tne opener ana uun oim-
mons nurnncr a
seven-hitter for!
win. White's
a Giant rookie
a 8-a. iukiui;
homers gave
recofd of
H tne
number hit
son-T 46 -also a tp
Eddie Mathews' 37th homer
of the season lifted the Braves
to a 4-2 decision over the St.
Levis Cardinals. Aaron had
only one hit in four tries bnt
it gate h'm the distinction of
being the only major leaguer
to collect 200 this year. Lew
Bnrdette won his 19th.
In the American League, the
Yankees bowed to the Boston
Red Sox, 7-4. in 10 innings. Yo-
51 Brra homered for the Yan Yan-e'
e' Yan-e' 190th of the season com compared
pared compared to their previous high of
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BALBOA:

m the Detroit Tiger, beat the

v;v'ia iiiuwiia, o-j, s"
Billv Hoeft his 20th win. The
i loss went to Bob FeUer-in what
may have been his final appear-
Vic Power's two-run homer
-,. thp bev h1nw 9S the Kansas
more th8n ln 1955-
YESTERDAY'S STAR Duke
Snider, whose two homers
helped the Dodgers beat the
P'rates, 8-6, and clinch the
National League pennant.
Maglie Says He'll
Be Ready To Pitch
Opener Wednesday
; with only three days rest.
i
Alston said he wasn't sure
whether the 39-vear-old right-
hander, who defeated th PK
rates, 6-2, in the opener of a
doubleheader Saturday, would
be ready to face the Yankees
bv Wednesdav. Normally. Mar-
lie requires af least four days
rest.
"If I'm needed, I'll be ready."
said the swarthy ex-Giant huri-i
er. "I can do it all riant, mv arm"4
veteran Jackie Robinson was
.feels fine."
only one, of a number of Dodders

Hi sea-1 wno paid tribute toMagiie dur-mm?:-
mg the height of yesterday's

pennant cuncning ceieorauon
following an 8-6 victory over;
Pittsburgh.
"Maglie won the pennant
. for us," said Robinson. "With "With-out
out "With-out him I don't know if we
could have made It."
Alston also took time out to
comment on Magl'e's contribu contribution
tion contribution to the Dodgers since he
came to them from Cleveland
on May 16.
"He was the man who picked
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BROOKLYN, Oct. 1 (UP)
The New York Yankees are 7 7-5
5 7-5 favorites to win the World
Series and to win the
first game from the Brooklyn
Dodgers today in the official

"Broadway line."
Odds-makers pointed out
those are "man-to-man" quo quotations.
tations. quotations. The odds-ma ken,
themselves, are giving 814 to
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j fctaWte 5 t. the
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the last two years. Odds-makers
favored the Cleveland In Indians
dians Indians over the New York G' G'-ants
ants G'-ants In 1954 and the Yankees
over the Dodger in 1955.
Leaders
In The Majors
LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 408 official at bats)
f NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player, Club g ab r h pet
Aaron, Mil. 153 609 106 200 .328
Virion, pitt. 157 580 76 185 .319
Clemente, P. 147 543 67 169 .311
Muslal, St. L. 156 594 87 184 .310
Boyer, St. L. 150 595 91 182 .300
" AMERICAN LEAGUE
Mantle, N Y. 150 533 132 188 .353
Williams, B. 136 400 71 138 .345
Kuenn, Det. 146 591 96 196 .332
Maxwell, D. 141 500 97 163 .326
Nleman, BaJ. 128 428 63 137 .320
HOME RONE
Mantle, Yank. ....
Snider, Dodgers ...
Robinson, Redlegs
Adcock, Braves ....
Mathews, Braves ..
52
43
38
38
37
RUNS BATTED IN
Mantle, Yanks 130
Kaline, Tigers 128
Musial, Cards 109
Simpson. Athletics 106
Wertz, Indians 106
RUN8
Mantle, Yanks
Robinson, Redlegs ',
Snldsr Dodgers
Fox, White Sox
Mlnoso, White Sox
Aaron, Braves
132
122
112
110
106
106
nirs
Aaron, Braves 200
Kuenn, Tigers 198
Kaline, Tigers 194
Pox. White Sox .' 192
Ashburn, Philadelphia 190
PITCHING
(Based on 16 Decisions)
W h Pel
Newcombe, Dodgers . 27 7 .794
I Ford. Yank. ........19 6 .760
i Freeman, Redlegs ...14 6 .737
i Maglie, Dodgers 13 5 .722
Buhl, Braves 18 .8 .692
us up," the Dodger skipper said
"I can't say enough for him."
And Brooklyn owner Walt O''
Malley made it official.
"Maglie carried us," he said,
"and there's ro two ways about
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EL RANCHO GARDEN KEGLERS All the ab ove smiling faces are those of the members of
the presently third place El Rancho team in the Diablo Major League. A new entry in the
league, the club is made up of members of dis banded teams from last year Pull of hope for
a good season are (left to right) Capt. Ted Al britton, Dick Soyster, Ted Schmidt, Bob Boyer
and Will Snellbaker, (Photo by Earl Duke)

SUNDAY'S SCORES
PRO FOOTBALL
Pimbur9h 20. Wash. 13
Chi. Cards 9, Cleveland 7
Detroit 20, Green Bar 10
Baltimore 28, Chi. Bear 21
COLLEGE
Arisona 60, S. O. Stat 0
Brioham Youno 0. Colo. A&M 0
McPherson 20, Bethel 0
William Jewell 13. St. Benedicti 6
Emporia State 13, South t State 0
ft. Hy Stat 19, Mryvill IS
Col. Emporia 35, Baker 18
Pitttburo 46. Kirktvill IS
New Mexico U. 27, Utah Stat 19
Colorado Mines 13, Adams St. 0
Warrcnseura 27, South'm'O
Arisona Stat 27, No. Texas St. 7
Lo Anaeles St. 7, Chic St. 0
Mexico U. 27. Utah Stat. 19
Utah 26, Montana 0
San Diego St. Col. 27, Pep dm 7
Montana St. 30, Colorado Cel. 14
, Poly 32, N. Mex. AttM 7
San Francisco S. U. v. iV
Sac'to St. 27, S. OtOton 12
Carroll Col. 13, No. Com. Col. 0
Wart Tex. St. 48, Sal Rosa 0
Tax. Luth. 26, Corpus Christ! 0
S'west Tex. St. 13. H. Payne C
S'Wst La 33, E. Tx.i St. 27
McMurry 24, Tx. Afrl 21
Austin Col. 20, Henderson St. 0
Trinity 19. Memphis St. 0
Tenn. Stat 46, Langrton 7
Ky. State 38, Knoxville Cel. 14
La. Tdl 37, S. F. Austin 14
S eastern La. 20. La. Col. 0
Northeast St. 20, Dell St. 12
McNecs 20, Northwestern 13
East Tenn. 7, West Care. 6
Lenoir Rhyno 35, Newberry 25
Catawba 23. East Caroline 13
lion 19, Appalachian 7
No. Caw. A8T 26. Va. Un. O
Marshall 25. Morris Harvey IS
Youngstown 20, Midwestern 6
Heidelberg 47. O Westeyan ZV
Bluthon 27. Franklm 14
E. Mich. 26, Baldwin Wallace 0
Fiadlav 59. Ohio North. 0
Akron 28, Muskingum 28
Caoltal 26. Ashland 7
Bradley 26. Western III. 7
III. Wesleyan 7, Lake Forest 7
III. College 18, Eureka 12
American Int'al 31. Scranton 0
Wert Chester 21. King 18
W. Va. Tech 36. Concord 0
W. Liberty 19. Salem 6
North. Teachers 19. Huron 12
Winona Tchr. 13. Bern. Tear. 7
Augustana 14. S. Pakota 12
Dak. Wes'n 34, Gee. B't Tchs. II
South. Tchr. 28. S. D. Mines 0
Gust. Adolohus 13. Augsburg 6
S. C d Tears. 40. M'hcad Tchr. 0
No. Mich. 38. Northland 12
Whitworth 35. Wert Wash. 0
Col. Puget S'd 13. E. Wash 6
Lewis & Clark 19, Linlicld 17
Sterling 32. Dana 7
Chad'n Tchrs. 19, Neb. W'yan 7
Hastings 32, Wayne Tchrs. 0
Trinity 19, Memphis St. 0
Texas A&M 9. L.S.U. 6
Wiley 6, Tex. Southern 0
Kentucky St. 38. Knoxville 14
Merningside 7. N. Dakota 3
Southern 40, Central St. 6
Me. M m Acad. 7. Ou t Fly.
Alfred 26, Cortland 6
Norwich 13. Bates 7
N.C. Col. 6. Morgan St. 6
Maryland St. 34, Hampton 0
SOUTH
Florida 20, Clemson 20
Georgia 3. F.S.U. 0
Maryland 6. Wake Forest 0
Tennessee 35, Auburn 7
Ol Miss. 37. Kentucky 7
West Virginia 30. Richmond 6
Texas 7, Tulane 6
Duke 40, Virginia 7
Tex. A&M 9, LSU 6
Vanderbitt 46. Chattanooga 7
Citadel 34, Davidson 7
Tampa 32. Troy Stat 19
V P I 35. N. C. Stat 6
SW. Tenn. 21. Miss. Col. 13
Emery Henry 27. Hamp.-Syd. 13
Rand -Mac. 14. N'pt. News 0
Murray Stat 14, E. Ky. 7
Howard 7, Sewanee 7
Geo. Wash. 10. Furman 0
Woflord 27. Presbyterian 12
Kent St. 7, Louisville 0
MIDWEST
Ohio Stat 34. Nebraska 7
Illinois 32, California 20
Michigan 42. U CLA. 13
Wisconsin 41, Marquette 0
Purdue 16, Missouri 7
Iowa 27, Indiana 0
Northwestern 14. la. State 13
Kansas 27, Col. Pacific 27

Totad 20, Ohio U. U

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Football Scores

III. Normal 3, N. III. 0
Deni'on 14, Mt. Union 7
Miami (0.) 14, Xavier 7
Wash. (Me.) 14, Mo. Mines 13
Co 19, Lawrence 0
Albion 28, Adrian 12
Bowling Green 27, W. Mich. 13
Cen. Mich. 32, So. Illinois 13
N. Central 14, Augustan 7
Hanover 39, Ind. Cen. 14
St. Cloud 40, Morehead 0
Anderson 28, Manchester 19
St. Johns 44, Duluth 0
Wis. Tech. 18, Concordia (III.) 6
Carthage 39, Principia 7
Butler 34, Evansville 7
NE. Okla. 26, NW. Ok la. 14
Cen. (la. I 19. Luther 7
Wah.-Science 33, Bottinau 0
Maryvill 14, Bismarck 6
Jamestown 21, Ellendale 6
St. Thomas 12, MacAlester 7
Omaha 14, Washburn 13
Aug'na (SD) 14, S. Dakota 12
Kearney 14, Peru 12
Taylor 40, Earlhem 0
Knox 34, Cornell (It.) 24
lbrlt 41. Monmouth 7
Otterbein 19. Oberlin 12
Kenyon 13. Wooster 12
St. Josephs 32, Depauw 0
Gee. (ky.) 13. Rose Poly 6
Valparaiso 33, Ind. St. 18
EAST
Pittsburgh 14, Syracuse 7
Nary 39, Wm. b Mary 14
Army 31. V.M.I. 12
Brown 20, Columbia 0
Yale 19, Conn. 14
Penn Stat 34, Penn. 0
Boston U 19, Mass. 6
Princeton 28, Rutgers 6
Colgate 34, Cornell 6
Dartmouth 13, New Hamp. 0
Bucknall 17, Gettysburg 7
Geneva 12, Waynesburg 8
Leb.-Valley 39, Wilkes 6
Marshall 25. Morris Harvey 13
Cincinnati 7, Tula 6
DC. Tchrs. 13, Howard 6
Hamilton 26. Swarthmore 0
Hofstra 19, St. Lawrence 7
Main 40, Rhode Island 7
Alfred 26. Cortland 6
Westminster 27, Thiol 21
Wash. V JeH. 21, Grove City 12
Maine Mari. 7, Quonset 6
Bloemsburg 13. Dela Tchrs. 6
Middlebury 21, Westeyan 6
Kutxtown 13. Cheyney 6
Ind. (Pa.) 6. Cal. (Pa.) 0
Springfield 28. Amherst 7
Delaware 33, Leh.gh 7
Penn Mali 19, W. Md. 0
Buffalo 13, Car. Tech 6
Lafayette 20, Temple 0
Westchester 21. Kings 18
Amn. Int. 31. Scranton 0
Muhlenberg 18. Albright 0
Montclair 21, Nat. Aggies 7
Dickinson 3, Wagner 0
Johns Hopkins 7, F. b M. 7
Northeastern 26, Bridgeport 15
Susquehanna 26, Ursinus 13
Brandeii 26, Colby 6
Edinboro 13, Slippery Rock 0
Williams 46. Trinity 7
Hobart 26. Allegheny 6
Lockhiven 28. Millersville 7
Norwich 13. Bate 7
Moravian 20. Lycoming (
Ft. Bolvoir 40. Ft. Monmouth 0
Coast Guard 15, Woe. Tech 7
Rochester 13, R.P.I: 6
Fairmont 25. Glenville 0
Upsala 34, Kings Point 0
Guilford 13. Bridgewater 7
Tufts 23, Bowdoin 0
New Haven 28. Drexel 19
Brock port 14, Mansfield 0
Shippensburg 14, Shepherd 2
Union 13, Vermont 6
E. Stroudsburg 13. Ithaca 0
W. Liberty 19. Salem 6
SOUTHWEST
Oklahoma 36. N. Carolina 0
Baylor 27, Texas Tech 0
Arkansas 19, Okla. A&M 7
Houston 18. Miss St. 7
G. Tech 9, SMU 7
Hardin-Simmons 20, Wichita 7
FAR WEST
Mieh. State 21. Stanford 7
Colorado 34. Ken. Stat 0
Ortgon 21. Idaho 14
Minnesota 34, Washington 14
Wyoming 27, Denver 0
Black Hills 13. Rocky Mt. 0
USAF Acad 46. U. San Diego 0
Wash. Stat 13, San Jose 1
Badlands 41, Lave me 0
Idaho St. 19. San Diego NTC 12
Cole. State 13. W. Colo. St. 6
Santa Barbara 31. Occidental 6
Hawaii 33, Humboldt 6
San Diego Mar. 32. Pomona 7
HIGH SCHOOL
Jackson 32, Landoa I

So. Dade 19, North Miami 6
Miami Beach 6, Hialeah 6
Lyman 12, Winter Park JV 0
Ft. Lauderdale 40. Key West 0
P. K Yonge 19, Madison 19
S. Broward 14, Tech 0
SERVICE
Camp LeJeune 48, Parrls Is'. 12
Boiling AFB 40, Fort Lee 0
Eglin AFB 39, Ft. Campbell 0
Camp Pen ton 18. Ft. Bliss 14
I NEGRO
Beth.-Coakman 39, Fla. A&l 6
Ft. Augustine 25, Shaw 6
N. C. Col 6, Morgan 6
Md. State 34, Hampton 0
Morehouse 7, Ala. A&M 6
J- C. Smith 7. Lincoln 0
Claflin 19,'Morris 6
Bluefield 13, Va. State 6
Tuskegee 18, Fisk 6
Tougaloo 32, Rust 6
Texas Col. 14, Ark. AMN 14
Eli. City 6. Livingston 0
Leland 18, J.ryi, 0
MilM 6.Alb,7ySt.f.
Cen State 26, Lincoln (Me.) 0
Bishop 13, Butter Col. 0
A"" 19, S. C. State 6
Ed Waters 13, Sav'ah St. 7
Win -Salem 19,. Fay. Tchrs. 6
NCA & T 26, Va. Union 0
CANADIAN PRO
Montreal 44, Hamilton 42
Ottawa 43, Toroato 22.
A Spree Grows
In Brooklyn
S5fr, V??"?.
Sln cf 5 o 2 io
- oUes 1.0 0 0 0
Thomas 3b ...... 4 o 1 o a
Walls If 4 ? I
Oroat ss 4
e-B. O'Brien as .. 0 o 0 0 0
Mazeroski 2b .... 3 t
Shepard c 4 2 3 3 0
o o o o i
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Purkey p 0 0 9 o n

"""K io 2 0 t 2
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Reese ss 3 2 t
Srcf 4 2 0
Robinson 3b .... 4 1 1 V
Amo" If 4 2 2 1
Hodees lb 4 0 2 6 0
Furillo rf 4 0 0 1 0
Campanula c ... 3 0 1 4 n
Newcombe p 3 1 x 0
Bessent p 1 0 x 0
Totals 34 8 l727J4
a-Walked for Face in 3rd.
b-Hit into doubleplay for Pur Purkey
key Purkey in 5th.
c-Plied out for Kline in 7th
d-Safe on Mazeroski's error in
8th.
e-Ran for Groat in 8th.
i-strucK out for Friend in
9th
Pittsburgh
Brooklyn
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301 021 Olx 8
SUMMARY Error: Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. RBI: Snider 4, Clemente 2,
Robinson. Reese. Amoros 9 vr.
don 3, Walls. Doubles: New New-jombe.
jombe. New-jombe. Groat. Virdon. Triple Triple-'Valles.
'Valles. Triple-'Valles. HRs: Snider 2, Robinson
Amoros 2. Walls. Sacrifice fly:
(eese. Doubleplays: Newcombe
ro Reese to Hodges, Robinson to
Reese to Hodges. Gilliam to
Hieese to Hodges. Left on base: t
Pittsburgh 8. Brooklyn 5. Bases
on balls: Law 1. Kline 1. New-
I combe 1. 8.O.: Kline 2.- New New-comb
comb New-comb 2, Bessent a. Hits off:
Law 3 ln 2-3. Fsfce 0 In 1 1-3,
! Purkev 1 in 2, Kane 3 ln 2,
i Friend 5 in 2, Newcombe 11 in
7 1-3, Bessent 2 in 1 2-3. Runs
and earned runs: Law 3 and 3,
Purkey 1 and 1. Kline 3 and- 3,
Friend 1 and 1, Newcombe 6 and 1
6. Wild pitch: Newcombe. WP:
Newcombe (27-7). LP: Law (8-

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Wednesday, Oct. 3, 1956
At Brooklyn
Y. Yankees-Brooklyn Dodgers

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Newcombe (27-7), Bessent and
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010 102 0004 9 1
010 000 001-2 0
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Milwaukee
St. Louils
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Crandall.
Miaell (14-14),
Smith.

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Chicago 000 000 0022 9 1
Jeffcoat (13-10) and Landrlth.
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Philadelphia 200 000 001 3 8 0
Worthtafton (7-14), McCall
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Roberts (19-18) and Lopata.
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Philadelphia 023 000 OOx 5 12 1
Wright (0-1). Littlefleld Rirl-
zik, Surkont and Westrum.
S3mmona (15-10) and Lonnta
Seminick.
Johnny Gonsalves
Whips Al Nevarez
HOLLYWOOD. Calif Oct 1
(UP) Johnny Gonsalves, 139
Oakland, the world's eighth-ranking
lightweight, scored a unani unanimous
mous unanimous decision over Alfredo Neva Nevarez.
rez. Nevarez. 137, Juarez, Mex., in a 10 10-round
round 10-round main event at Hollywood
uevum niaaium Saturday night.
UOilflalVeS, WhO DOW SavS he
willing to meefany rank.ng light-
weight in the wbrld, preferably
Cisco Andrade, won the fight hand
ily after a slow beginning. Gonsal
ves outooxed Nevarez in most of
the rounds but appeared to be
somewhat rusty, having had only
two 1956 fights prior to Saturday
night's bout. 1
There were no knockdowns. Ne-
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fcred during a hot exchange in the
sixin rouno.
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THE f AN A MA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAIIT NETS' S PAPER
PAGE SEVKM
Oklahoma Lives Up To Reputation As No. 1 Football Team'

MOND AT. OCTOBER 1, ISM

Jeers Turn To Cheers Sooners bp Opulento Cracks Third Track
For Happy Sandy kmoxosj, Record In Classic Victory

B7 MILTON RICHMAN

i nHoKnm a lii'uri

t rant fault, the little tion as the nation's number one The Stud El Agaile's expensive but

I ..j. j i.j nt fnnthall kinB Saturday. visrly underrated tour-year-old CM

, (TJP) bTeA weirand hSpT Cch Bud Wilkinson's team de- ...n b 0puleat. continued w,
BROOKLYN, Oct. 1 (UP ;hes been niiurig 5t feated North Carolina, 374, at O- $tedv improvement and yesterday
Pride and a big Havana cigar mg us win games. And don t for- !weea'Mf man Oklahoma. sped th. mil.-.nd-.-.uart.r i. the

stuck out today all over nappy, get, uia. cvcu e, Vv lUrinson used all 61 players in u- siiing time of 2:02-25 minutes i

rained 000-added clefts? honoring the

Sandy Amoros, tne smuing uouei worio oeis ui y. i u. f- nilorm Oklahoma

fnKn n.hn Anmn pt.e v vinaicai- me mm m uicic m

ed himself after nearly blowing! who knows? He may help us win;J.oJina

FIRST RACE
1 Joe i Fiddling $25, 7.40.
2 Arpefio $3.
SECOND RACI
1 Mimi S6.60. 3 80.
2 FoHctito $3.20.
FIRST DOUBLE: $150.20.

THIRD RACE

t

the nennant for Brooklyn

"Lucky ... lucky," he kept
chanting over and over again
in the noisy, triumphant Dodger
clubhouse yesterday. "I just have
good day . lucky for me, theft's

,ii."

But his Brooklyn teammates

who watched him smash two

towering home runs in the 8-6
pennant clincher over Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh wouldn't buy that.
'Lucky my eye," snorted
Jackie Robinson. "Those hom homers
ers homers of Sandy's were really hit
and as it turned out, they were
the one, that wan the game

far

the

ames from now on."

Of course, Amoros wasn't

the;,

yards rushing to 93 for North Ca- visiting missions to the Rename Pres

tdentiai inauguration. . 1n

Halfback Tommy McD OB a 1 d third track record in an eaual a- ; ZV'.i... tiin

cisrtsW nff in etririo hv srnnm-' .1 ,;,iaki at the President

only elated member of tne:twice He waS the leading scorer atma. ratetraek. w'

Dodgers following yesterdays for Oklahoma last year. Ale Don-! Opulento returned $18 to win and

aid shared the point-making with $7 t0 ptJCe in his upset victory, He
fullback Billy Pricer, quarterbackC8Uped with second piece finisher Al Al-Jay
Jay Al-Jay O'Neal and halfbacks Clendon Bijlr , jaicy $80.40 oe1two aar-

1 nomas, jjonnie nuuana auu uu ort

final-dav triumph.

Newcombe and outfielder Ci Ci-no
no Ci-no Cimoli did a clubhouse cba-cha-cha
in their under underwear
wear underwear to music supplied by the
famed Dodger "symphony"
ensemble... Roger Craig had
a can of beer doused all over
him... Charley Neal and Chi Chi-co
co Chi-co Fernandez spurted cham champagne.
pagne. champagne. . and some of the oth other
er other Bums were yankfng unwary

visitors under tne shower.
"This one was the toughest,"!

Kadir set the pace (or the first half

mile of the classic with Opulento in
closest pursuit. Entering the home homestretch.
stretch. homestretch. Opulento forged to the front
to remain there the rest of the dis distance.
tance. distance. Three furlongs oat Alhajar displac displaced
ed displaced Kadir in the runnerup spot and

held on to finish second one length
Walter Fondren led Tex- ,nej(i 0f closing Paquiro Kadir

7-6 victory over Tulane D,rerT air,a to get the short end of

Dodd

It was the second time
year Oklahoma's Orange
champions had beaten 1
coached by Jim Tatum,

moved to North Carolina

this
Bowl
team
w.h o
tram

Maryland. Oklahoma boat Mary

land at Miami last January tec

onl
Lanky

as to a

FOURTH RACI
La Enea $7.20. 2.80.
Mr Tivoli $2.40
QUINIELA: $4.

Sports Briefs

FIFTH RACE
1 : Tatty Bar $2 60, 2.20.
2 Guarare $2.20.
SIXTH RACE
1 Reynold $10. 6.40.
2 Don Dani $lt
SEVENTH RACI
1 1 Double Four $4.20. 3.00.
2 Gourmet $5.60.
SECOND DOUBLE $34.
EIGHTH RACE

1 Black Bee $5.00, 3.00
2 Toxic $3.00
QUINIELA $4.00.
NINTH RACE
1 Opulento $18. 7.60.
2 (e) Alhijar $3.20.
ONE-TWO: $8040.
TENTH RACI
1 Golden Corn II $9.40. 5 20.
2 Elko $4 20.

Don Newcomoe, me winning aimmieu vewiiui j-cc r conversion. The 20. .,, kv h..d over Blakemere

pitcher, and catcher Roy Cam-! Reese who Is PjfPanng ."J"" j year-old halfback was a one-man lmpin oney, Mcleadoi and Lucky
panella also Joined in the bou- ticipate in his 10th World Series. sbow wllh ms punung, passing and; Tost trailed in that ardor,
quets for Sandy and their words "I haven't been in as many as
of praise were particularly sweet j Pee Wee," said Sal Maglie, "but I Wyoming jarred Denver witbJ Empire Honey, aecand choice In
for the sawed-off Dodger out- I'll tell you honestly I was more;three touchdowns in the first 16-! betting behind the Alhajar-Blakemere
thou TTror t.h ones nervou about this one than anv minutes in win 7-h: The. cowbovs entry, was prominent for the first

Plump Joe Maxim
Wins Lack Lustre

scored an upset triumph in the n A f
$80,300 Woodward Stakes, defeat KfJUi UVCf KOmerO
ing Nashua by two -and -a h a i f uuul v"'1 w"'1"

WEEKEND SUMMARY
SATURDAY
NKW YORK (UP) Hisier Gus

scored an upset triumph in the

who criticized him most in his

dark hour against the Phillies
last Wednesday.
Amoros committed an inglo inglorious
rious inglorious error behind Newcombe
that day and followed that bob bobbin
bin bobbin with a misguided throw
from the outfield which helped
send the Dodgers down to a 7-3
defeat and dropped them a full
game behind the first place
Braves.
But those same Brooklyn play players
ers players who were so upset and vent vented
ed vented their feelings on Amoros
Wednesday jockeyed for the
privilege of lighting the long ci cigar
gar cigar in his mouth yesterday.
Almost as pleased as Sandy
about the whole business was
manager Walt Alston, who
could have said "I-told-you-son,"
but didnt.
While everyone els was busy
flaying Amoros Wednesday Al Alston
ston Alston was staunchly defending
him.
"I certainly am not going to
take him out of the lineup;' Al Alston
ston Alston had said, and then Kept his

other one before. The pressare
was greater this year than It
was when I was with the Giants
when they won in 1951 and
1954."
Randy Jackson, who spent all
of his previous career with the
Cubs and is a newcomer to
World Series play, said he "just
couldn't believe it" when reliev reliever
er reliever Don Beasent struck out pinch
hitter Hank Foiles for the out
that meant the flag.
"I ran out to the mound to
shake Bessent's hand and I
darn near never got back,"
Jackson laughed. "What a
crowd!"
The champagne flowed like
water In Brooklyn-clubhouse
yesterday and those who didn't
wish to put on any particular
pennant airs stuck simply to
beer. A good portion of both
liquids was split and in no time
at all the floor looked like Co Coney
ney Coney Island at high tide.
"It's wet, all right." remarked
big, good-natured Oil Hodges,
"but it's wonderful."

Claudio Martinez, Juan Diaz
Clash At Colon Arena Sunday

The Colon Arena will be the I to a few years back,
scene of a "battle of little men" He Impressed boxing authorl authorl-Sunday
Sunday authorl-Sunday night when Colon ban-jty Nat Fleischer enough to be
tamweights Claudio Martinez i rated ninth among the world's
and Juan Diaz II tangle In a 10- bantams in Fleischer's magazine
miinri feature houit at a weight1 The Ring, by virtue of his win

... . 1 1 t, f I.J I I. u.l.u

gOl their IOUrtn tOUCnOOWn in Uieinar? mile men rim oaary. miw
third periol. Denver has stymied! also had early speed Lucky Test
throughout the game by a tough trailed most of the distance.
Wyoming line. The nightcap wee a rare thriller in
Wisconsin routed Marquette, 41- which f oar ore charged dowa the
0. The score was the highest ev- wide homestretch ta finish nostrils
er run up by Wisconsin against its epart. Golden Corn II nipped pace pace-traditional
traditional pace-traditional rival from Milwaukee. setter Elko in the closing strides while
Six Wisconsin backfieid menlTony and Cachefei joined i the nerve
crossed the Marquette goal line, tingling blanket finish,
but only two of them were in the
starting lineup. Third rater Reynold was clocked In
Bot Mc Kiever scored two touch-, an incredible time of 1:23 for a now
downs and kicked two conversions! track record for seven furlongs,
to lead Northwestern to its first Jockeys Bias Aguirro and Crist ian

lengths.

CLEVELAND, O. (UP) Al
Lopoi quit at manager of th
Cleveland Indians.

FOREST HILLS, N. Y. (UP)
Hamilton Richardson defeated Ni Nicola
cola Nicola Pietraneeli and Vic Seixas

downed Orlando Sirola to give the

j VANCOUVER. British Columbia,
i Oct. 1 (UP) A phimp Joey Max Max-tim.
tim. Max-tim. weighing 191-Vs pound?, scored

tinanimnnc 10-rnunrl rirrifiirtn fi

ver south America r.npamo no no-mem.
mem. no-mem. 249-tt. in a verv lack lus lustre
tre lustre bout Saturday night at the
Exhibition Forum.
Romero failed to use his wcisht

advantage in scoring a single hea hea-w
w hea-w n'lnck as Maxim "sed a food

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BIG LITTLE MAN Seven-foot Wilt the. Stilt

accentuates

lain,

Chamber Chamber-Don
Don Chamber-Don (The

the fabulous basketball player.

Knot l Pfutzenreuter's tack of height Pftitzenreutfi who

U.S. a 2-0 lead in the inter zone left hand and succeeded in tying

Davis Cup series with Italy.

BUDAPEST, Hungary -(UP)-

Chris Cbataway and Derek Ibbol

up Komero continually ana scor scor-inrt
inrt scor-inrt on the infiehting.
The ninth round was Maxim's

big round and possibly the only

crowd-pleasing round oi tne ngni

stands onlv five feet six inches and weighs no more than 158

pounds, hustled his way to a guard position in a Kansas line
which, without himaverages 200. He gets in there and fights.

football win since 1954. Northwest-iRebolledo shared saddle honors

ern edged out Iowa State, 14-13. two victories each.

limit of 119 pounds.

The 11-year-old Martinez,
who was a favorite among
fight fans as an amateur, and
has continued to be a great
crowd phraser since turning
pro less than two years ago,
will be making his first ap appearance
pearance appearance since suffering a 10 10-round
round 10-round kayo to tough Toto Iba Ibarra
rra Ibarra in a bruising battle at the
National Gym last Aug. 5.
Juan Dlas, a 26-year-old vet veteran
eran veteran with more than eight years
ef pro fighting under his belt,
was a standout 118-pounder up

over Cuba's Black Pico in 1952.

Juan Diaz quit fighting in
Panama for over two years be because
cause because he could not see eye to eye
with local promoters whom he
claimed refused to offer him
"reasonable terms" when trying
to sign him lot bouts.
Another factor that steered
him away from isthmian rings

was the lack of local talent in
his class.
In his last three fights in
Nicaragua, Juan stopped Jose
Rodriguez in five rounds, dect dect-sioned
sioned dect-sioned Juan Saman'ego In ten,

Sonhomore John Herrnstein

plunged for two first-period touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns in his first college game to
lead Michigan to a 42-13 victory o o-ver
ver o-ver UCLA. The 18-year-old Herny
stein drove six yards off right tac tackle
kle tackle for the first Michigan touch touchdown
down touchdown with the game only six-minutes
old. He cracked over left

guard for four yards and another

toucnaown two minutes later.
Illinois came from behind ta
smash the California's Golden
Bears, 32-20. The fighting Illi Illinois
nois Illinois team was stopped cold in
the first half, 20-to-nothing. But
Illinois capitalized an two Calif California
ornia California fumbles and an intercept intercepted
ed intercepted pats ta rack up throe touch touchdowns
downs touchdowns in six and one-half min minutes.
utes. minutes. Ohio State, using a nowerful run

nine attack sparked by three fine
halfbacks, roiled to a 34-7 win fi

ver Nebraska.

Colorado converted Kansas State

mistakes Into three touchdowns in
the third period to turn a close
Big Seven Conference game into

a 34-0 rout.

A powerful line that smothered
Standford on both offense and de

fense gave the. Michigan State
Spartans a 21-7 Win. Coach Duffy

Daugherty s Rose Bowl chin

pions had complete control of the

ball as the bpartans marcned from

one end of the field to the other

while tossing
day.

only six passes all

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DRESDEN, East Germany
(UP) A German foursome bet

tered the official world record for

the women's 400-meter relay With

a time of 43.1 seconds during an
international meet.
FOREST HILLS, N.Y. (UP) (UP)-the
the (UP)-the U.S. clinched victory in its in

ter-zone Davis Cup tennis final
with Italy when Vie Seixas and
Ham Richardson' scored a 1-6, 6-3,

6 3, 6-2 doubles victory over Nico

la Fietrangeli and Orlando Sirola
for a 3-0 lead in the five match
series.

The dividends:

son of Britain finished 1-2 ahead of as Maxim scored well inside and

wrth;Sandor lharos, star Hungarian managed to startle Romero by

runner, in the 5,000 meter event shaking him wun gooa eomoina eomoina-with
with eomoina-with Cbataway winning in 13:59.6.! tion punches from long range.

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Bantamweights Edwin Sykes
and Jose Watson clash in a
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Fenley Hooker and Randy Tur- j
pin II swap punches in the cur curtain
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'Discrimination'
Disappearing: Ike
Committee Stales
WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 (UP)
President
aid I today that "substantial pro progress
gress progress is being made in the elimin elimination
ation elimination of discrimination" among
federal job holders and applicants.
The committee's first report to
the PToaident said "thii progress
varies," however, among the dif different
ferent different minority groups, localities
and federal agencies.
Mr. Eisenhower established me
.in w fcii live order in Janu
ary 1955. One of its functions js
. a hoard of review to
hr rnmnlaints of persons who
claim they have been discrimin
'.iJ s in af

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The committee said it handledjadornrag a brick wall, depicting
ml casea in its first 14 months of Mount Vesuvius in the background

existence, and recommended cor cor-'ZZHh,m
'ZZHh,m cor-'ZZHh,m action" ;n the cases of
' lUaorrvM. It found no ms
crimination in 30 cases, and the
titer case was withdrawn.
1 The recommendations were ad
Uory in nature," it said.
Tt,. mmmitten renorted that
another 180 cases were settled by
Samara! acencies and departments
without review. Of these, correc-
im action was taken in u cases
Wat liiacrimination was found m 8.
.....e and individuals failed to
seek redress in the remaining
CTho eomplaints covered such
things as failure to get a job,
failure to be promoted, firings,
suspensions, types of assignments
ami hours of duty. The majority
involved Negroes.
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Trial Of Police Is Asked
In Poznan Bread Riot Court

POZNAN, Oct. 1 (UP) A

Polish lawyer and parliamentar- shooting up the security police
ian today asked the government office during the bread and free free-to
to free-to interrupt the trials of Poznan dom riots.

rebels and prosecute instead the,
security police who tortured sus
pects
Prof. Jablonski, president of
the parliamentary lawyers com
mission observing the trials of
accused rebels in the three-day
June 29 uprising, said they should
be temporarily suspended and the
police brought to trial first.
The first two trials of rebels
go into their fourth day tomorrow.
Some of tne defendants nave
charaed that they were abused
physically. Others said they gave
false testimony because ot ponce
intimidation.
Three men are being tried in
one courtroom and nine in anoth another.
er. another. All face a possible sentence
of death.
In the larger trial, defendant
Jan Suwart, 22, testified yester yesterday
day yesterday that he admitted all the
charges against, him because he
Artistic Huck Finn
Murals Home Fences
ROCHESTER. N.Y. (UP)
The paintbrush of an n-year-oia
boy lias brightened a Rochester
backyard with a touch of uaiy.
Pedestrians and motorists who
pass the home of the young artist,
Anthony Trapani, are startled io
see the brightly-colored mural
and fishing ships bobbing iu the
blue water
Young Trapani never visited
Italy.
"I cot the idea for the painting
when our geography class took up
study of Mt. V e s u v in s and
other Italian places," he explained.
The young artist worked an esti
mated 12 hours to complete the
g-bS-15-foot mural.
. Largely a self t
Tony said he didn"
a painter when I grow
to J.
Its just a hobby with me," he
said. "I like the accordian octter
and want to become an expert
player and make my living that
way.
Bride Of 130
Hinted For Man
Whose 167 Of Age
QUITO. Ecuardor. Oct. 1 fUPl
Residents here suggested today
that Mariana Montufar, Ecuador's
oldest living inhabitant, might be
a suitable bride for Colombia's
century and a half old Javier
Pereira.
Mrs. Montufur is believed to be
130. She was a cook in the house
hold of the late President Jose M.
Urbina in 1845, and now makes
her living as a washerwoman.
Pereira, who claims he is pos
sibly over 167 years old. has
outlived several wives and is
reported looking for another. He
recently underwent longevity tests
in a New Ycrk hospital, which
said he is probably over 150 years
old.
RIDING SHOTGUN
LODI, Calif. (UP) Herman
Morris bought a shotgun and
moved his bed to a front room of
his home. Morris, who parks his
car under a street light in front
of his house, said six complete
MI 01 nunrPs were stolen from
it in lest than a year.

THE

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FARMACIA L0MBAR0O
No. M "B" Street
MORRISON
4th ol July Ave. J St

FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Fully automatic
Maytag washing machine $150,
good condition. Phone 93-4291
Curundu.
FOR SALE: Large Philca refri refrigerator,
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ment, compartment, like new, 60-cycle $240.
Apt F, 0777 VNIIiamson Place.
Swift Packers
Back To Jobs
CHICAGO, Oct. .1 (UP) Some
25-thousand packinghouse workers
start back to work tomorrow at
Swift and Company plants in 39 ci cities.
ties. cities. Their 10-day strike ended yester yesterday
day yesterday with the approval of a new
three-year contract between their,
unions and Swift's. The new con-,
tract was similar to those signed
by other major meat packers, ex except
cept except it lacked a union shop clause
one of the chief issues of the
strike.
ing weapons and a tank and
Suwart denied charges of illegal
possession of firearms and assist
lng in the attack on the office.
Josef Foltynowicz, 20, one of
the three men at the smaller trial
charged with the murder of a
security police corporal, testified
that he falsely admitted hisguil
because he heard that defendants
were beaten and tortured during
questioning.
The prosecution already has ad
mitted that "active violence" had
been used by police against de defendants.
fendants. defendants. A prosecuting attorney
insisted, however.t hat this was
only in the early, turbulent days
following the uprising.
those responsible have al
ready been put before an inquirv
and will have to suffer for the
consequences," he said.
Flash Flood Kills
100 Plus In Calcutta
CALCUTTA. India. Oct. 1 fUPl
More than loo persons were
drowned when a sudden flood
breached an embankment on the
River Gandak last week, reports
reaching here said today.
The reports, which could not be
immediately confirmed, said a
vast area between the towns of
Gogrl and Mlrojpurghat had been
inundated as the floods spread
through the Di.rbhanga district of
North Bihar state.
Elsewhere, however, floods in
other parts of Bihar state appear appeared
ed appeared to be reeding. The Gandak
however was stiU 10 inches above
the danger level ot Resaria and
Samastlpur.
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6013. 3-6013. Rally Day Crowd At
Numbers 183-And
Children, youth and adults began
to arrive early yesterday morning
at the Curundu Protestant Church
of Curundu in anticipation of the
oig Rally Day. But no one arrived
too soon for the Welcoming Com Committee
mittee Committee and Sunday School teachers
who were on hand to give a very
cordial and warm welcome to
each person who came. Mrs. Ro Robert
bert Robert McCoy, chairman of the Wel Welcoming
coming Welcoming Committee, saw to it that
each person arriving had a name
tag to identify themselves. This
helped the older ones to identify
the visitors and strangers when
they come. People came from Pa Panama
nama Panama City and every community
located on this side of the Isthmus
for Rally Day.
Promptly at S:30 the Sunday
School was opened by Virgil Wors Wors-ham,
ham, Wors-ham, Sunday School Superintendent
as people continued to come and
crowd into the Sanctuary for the
opening excerises.
At pupils went te their classes
the one item of interest was "Do

Brown Termed Contemptous
By Critic; Been 'Ducking

WASHINGTON, Oct. 1 -(UP)-J
Rep. Robert H. Mollohan (D-WVa)
complained to President Eisen",
hower today that Atty. Gen.. Her-
He wrote Mr. juisennower mat
. vn: i xi.-
t ii i i n i ..
.ir.n.1 in-ti0ati..n of U.S. Immi-
gration Commissioner Joseph M.
Swing.
A House government operations
subcommittee headed by Mollohan1
disclosed earlier this year that
Swing, a retred genera: and west
Point classmate of Mr. Eisenhow-
er, had taken hunting trips into
Mexico and Canada at taxpayer
exoense with Bovernment-owned
cars and planes and an air air-conditioned
conditioned air-conditioned ti-ailer.
The full House Government Op Operations
erations Operations Committee unanimously
approved a subcommittee report
accusing Swing of "improper use
of aovernment employees and
lunas, a iocs. 01 cauui
iujuuo,
"conflicting testimony on his ac
tivities"
Mollohan complained to the

bert Brownell Jr. has a "disdain-. involving the loss of Me aboard r" .7. 3:5
fill, if not contemptuous," attitude1 the S. S. Mercurlo, a vessel char- J?"? th.CZ, ..
toward Congress. tered by the U. S. government. thLa.y,.t M"
t- . i- : i iL.t ni tk. la and offered male guests ci-

President that BrowneU: fhe decreasing proportion ot our The Balboa YMCA-USO will ini-
"Volunteered an FBI investiga- population which is rural has M tiate a new series of lectures be be-tion
tion be-tion of improper activites on th l0 a "wholesome" iToadening of1 ginning Thursday. Oct. 11 at 7:30
part of Gen. Swing, but upon vaiueR he stid ; p.m. on the subject "The Eighth

congressional acceptance oi tne
offer, has subsided mto silence.
"Has ignored a report. . which
raised serious question as to the
Khi-Sheck Commutes
Death Of Quisling
TAIPEI, Formosa, Oct. 1
(UP) Generalissimo Chiang
Kai-shek today commuted the
death sentence of a onetime
trusted army officer who was
convicted of espionage and at
tempting to incite rebellion.
Chiang ordered the sentence of
Kuo Ting-liang reduced to life
imDrisonment because the doomed
man showed repentance and had
made a full confession.
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Curundu Church
That's A Record
you think we have 175 people
today? At the close ef Sunday
School all eyes were anxiously
awaithinp, far the record board
to bo cherried and the attend attendance
ance attendance placed en it for Rally Day
by thaM ima classes wore stand standing
ing standing in the sanctuary because of
the lack of seating space. Slowly
the numbers went up 1 than an I
and then a 1. Enthusiasm and
satisfaction seemed to cascede
every every child and adult ta
know that 113 people wore pros pros-sent
sent pros-sent for Rally Day.
The Rev. Milton K. Leidig, pas pastor
tor pastor of Crundu Protestant Church,
said that without the cooperation,
hard work and prayer of many
people it could not have been done;
The Sunday School closed with
an announcemert concenng the
fart that C. n r u n rl u Protestantl
Church had entered the National
Life magazine. This contest begins
on October 14 and will close on
November 19. The goal at Curundu
by November 19 is 275.
, i
fitness of Gen. Swing to continue
as commissioner. 1
"Has failed to supply informs-
tion on an incident reportedly
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tuuiiuiiau iui suuiiuu uiauuacu
,ht ho ..IU ehin mn.
ditions" aboard the Mercuric,!
which is used to deport Mexican
laborers who enter the country
ilUsellv T.atvr in AnBnet apveral
Mexicans were reported drowned
i f t
when they jumped off the vesse
on its way oaca to Mexico.
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Swift from Farms
According To Doc
wwT. 3
HAnfSnW Wie fTIP1 The
notion that America's great moru
.notion mat Americas great, uiui-u
re r lies in the country's farm
'riding to A. F. Wileden. Univeni
,v n( un,...,;. .u.inin0ict

We.re gradually broadening Century Prophets Their Times
lf,om an attitude that all irulyfand Ours." They will cont.inu on
al)i(iing virtues werd rural virtues five suecistive Thursday evenings,
nnA .u.. lh. .trnaih nt The Reverend Walker M. Alder-

tion rested on its agriculture
V'leden elaborated.
Now people want to live under
country conditions but with city:
conveniences, thus the mass mi
gration to the suburbs, he pointed
out. New allegiances develop to
community schools and other ac
tivities because of that move.
But there are other population
problems that are causing a social
readjustment. Wileden said iltrca
changer, in the composition of our'
population promise headache fir
the next generation
vi... k -kiM.
every year, with the consequent,
ncr-d for more schools. There are
nore older people, giving rise to
prohlems of security programs
n W l, ..,,., -.1 A 1 1-,
the increasing number of youni
women moving to tfte cities cum
1 ared with men. Especially for the
ase Lrotio zo to 24. tne nwi
vojne women who've lift tha fan.i
create a oroblem.
"It focuses attention on the .ieci
for facilities and arrangemeiu
for wholesome courtships arl
hanpv marriages," Wileden coi-
eluded.
Boat Captizes, 15
Drown; 14 Rescued
SEOUL. Oct. 1
(UP) Fifteeni
women were drowned yesterday,
when an overloaded fishing boat
eansir.ed off the southern roast nt
Korea, the national police reported
today.
They said the boat with a
capacity of 25 was carrying 29
women when it turned over. The
women had been gathering tea-
weed. Fourteen were rescued.
Better Late. .
LEGHORN, Italy, Oct. 1 (UP),
A iui-year-oia woman iriea io
commit suicide in a street here
by slashing her wrists, police
reported today. A police officer
rushed Mrs. Luisa Ficini to a
hospital where doctors said she
would be in good shape again
within a week.

HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE
J. Fee. e la Oaaa Ave. No. 41
FOTO DOMY
Jtnto Araeeaseaa Ave. u4 n St.
FARMACIA VAN-DER-JIS
M Street No. S3

RESORTS
Gramlich'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Madam conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-44T
r
faR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT: Modern commer commercial
cial commercial space at $440 monthly in
new building juit finished on
Automobile Raw, earner 3 1 it &
Mariana Arosemena Streets; or
part af tame space at conven conventional
tional conventional monthly rant. Call Mr.
Tiavaras, from 2-5 p.m. Phone
3-7295.
Physicians Treated
To 'Peace Of Mind'
During Convention
of years ago the Greeks had a
word for what- many Americans
are striving for today. They
called it "ataraktos," which in
our lingo means "peace of mind"
or "detached serenity."
Members of the American Medi Medical
cal Medical Association wbo attended the
annual convention here In June
had a taste of this 20th century
raritv h.n th.v MA ''At.rJ
axia." Derived trom the Greek.
this was the name given to a spe
ciaily designed room, the com
ponents of which were expertly
coordinated to help the 15,000 doc
tors escape the hustle and bustle
of their business and rest in "di
iacheu serenity."
The room, located at Chicago's
Navy Pier where the convention
was held, was designed with the
theory that color, art, furniture,
lighting and a soothing musical
hnrlrorniinrt all malr fnr wim
.
.V,,.;,.,,,,, .mt w i.i
tr? Jy.nt.,2i Z txS Vrt
trs no ?njer. "1? r?m r?
LSSL 5 ..i"!6.
la ana onerea mate suesis
j, j.
Kars aim use women cigarettes
WW er tien escorted to re
I ?m8 wirs wnere wey viewea
paintings by contemporary Chica-
gO artists and listened to music
emanating from the latest hi-Mel
it., Asiiitirti out va I Ant HiAArnTlnn
lty equipment. Select decorating
committees pooled their knowl
edge to create restful color
I schema, and furnishings repre
senting imports from all over the
' world were everywhere
Most of the medical convention conventioneers
eers conventioneers commented that the efforts
' of "Ataraxla" had been quite sue
cessful.
av ft L.
Lectures un Kropneis
. . teaaaa
1 0llaI Lav YMlA
JtHCUUlWI lOl I FlUl
I
ton, minister of Gamboa Umon
i Church will be the leader. Mr. Al
.derton is formerly of the Federat
ed meoiogicair acuity at we v;ni
versity of Chicago.
The subjects for the Ave suc successive
cessive successive weeks will bo: The Coll
and Career of Amos; Amos and
tha Ideal of Justice; Mosee and
"The Everlasting Mercy"; Ml-
cah and Isaiah: Peasant ana
Prince; Tha Vision of Isaiah.
This course of lectures is free
to the public, but those interested
are urged to rerister in advance
YMOA,. uainoa.
Boy Saves His Dog,
ThAll IIIAC nil Trilflf
i iiivii artvj isaai
nKNvn.T.F. n. j uct. i
(VP A 12-vear-old boy. who
ehased his don onto a set ot
railroad tracks, was klllec today
by a four-car electric train
seconds rfter he threw the animal
to safety.
Police said Eugene Rickey Jr.,
of Mt. Tabor, was hit oy a
Delaware, Lackawanna r Western
Railroad train tome 550 feet eatt
of the Mt. Tabor station.
The engineer, Robert Mulr oi
Newark said the bov pushed his
beagle hound off the tracks when
he realized he was going to be
hit
Mulr said he rounded a sharp
curve and saw cugene sianmng
In the middle of the tracks. He
amid he applied the brakes and
Hew the whittle but could not
stop in tune to avoia anting we
boy.
Holy Confirmation
To Be Held Sunday
Bis op R. Heber Gooden, will
visit st Chriaonher's Mission on
Sunday at 6:30 p.m. for the pur
pose of administering the Sacra
ment of Holv Confirmation to a
claw ef children and adults.

FARMACIA EL BATURRO
Forque Left re 7 Street
FARMACIA "SAS"
Via Forraa 111
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uFf hvks Panama's uirsnrcT nonro
PANAMAS HIGHEST ORDER

Bruce, health director of the Canal Zone, received the Order
of Manuel Amador Guerrero in a ceremony at the Presidential
Palace Friday. He was cited for his recent help in the anti anti-polio
polio anti-polio drive in Panama.

Snowing At Your Service
BALBOA 6:15 8:20
Air-Condltloned
Tuesday 'The Cobweb"
PARAISO 6:15 8:20
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CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:10

J

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"ARTISTS AND MODELS" HAILED AS
BEST OF ALL MARTIN, LEWIS HITS

nmt .nt ih. rav runs,

nets Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis have turned cowic
book illustrators! Beginning tomorrow at the Central, the
maddest artists ever to pick up a brush invade Grenwich
Village and change art into antics in Hal Wallls' "ART "ARTISTS
ISTS "ARTISTS AND MODELS." Ifa esasy to believe that any field or
endeavor Martin and Lewis arm at would suffer at least a
revolution, but when Dean uses Jerrys nightmares fur
rnmir book plots close tha windows, they're coming
through the door. All sorts of goofy, luscious, hilarious and
musical thlnrs promise to como through the comerjywngs
open doors this time: Shirley MacU ne, rothr
the great Anita Ekberg and others; at the pick of the cotm cotm-try's
try's cotm-try's loveliest models in the costumes the country would
wick If it had the opportunity; tongs by Btjoka and Warren
of "That's Amore" fame; spectacular production numbers
whoso girls win raise the temperature of any theatre; and
the saniest of Martin and Lewis adventures complete with
Interplanetary rockets, voluptuous foreign soles, and the
aforementioned bat ladi and vulture men Filmed in Via Via-taVlsion
taVlsion Via-taVlsion and color, "ARTISTS AND MODELS" looms not
only as Martin and Lewis' most riotous comedy to date, but
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first opportunity is a play that we
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hand we see he same principle

adopted by a deienaer.
ur.t niunxi the picht of hearts.

and declarer won with dummy's
king. South got to his hand with
the king of spades and led a dia dia-mond
mond dia-mond toward dummy's kmg. West
stepped up with the ace of dia diamonds
monds diamonds and lfcd his other heart to
dummy's ace. South promptly dis discarded
carded discarded his remaining heart on
the king of diamonds.

When declarer next led a club

frnm -the riummv and played th

king frojm his own hand. West re
fused the trick. This was a mat

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rather than deceptiw
South coirfinufd by fcnessing
dummy's jick of spades, after

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and con-and finessed the ten of clubs from
his hand.
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an led a high diamond, forcing
South to ruff with his last trump.
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try entry to the South hand, killing the
long club suit. Dummy had to lose
a club and a heart, andthe con contract
tract contract Was therefore defeated.

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if West took the first club trick

with tne ace. souin woum run
the diamond return, finesse the
jack of spades, and draw the last
trump with the ace. Then declar declarer
er declarer would finesse the ten of clubs
to West's jack. Dummy would ruff
the next diamond, and South
could get to his hand with the
queen of clubs to discard dum dummy's
my's dummy's losing heart op the nine of
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Anti-Italian Unrest Hits New High
In Troubled South Tyrol Province

BOLZANO, Italy, Oct. 1 (UP) the Italian government has not mier Antonio Segni rebuked Aus Aus-The
The Aus-The bombing of a military bar- kept its word, and is trying tc Ita- trian Chancellor Julius Raab for
Ktfllr nnA t ha H aMino nf Knnf iroa Manila IHa arno 1 ciinn f ht AhpUIh 'm ot iu!

1 1 i i : i 1M ti: a i t. in j 1 i m.

oi an stipulations rt yuung mecnanic iiymg a stolen
m. I A r'n.nn.; ftlaflA f H r A Q rJaVvl Kflt IIIMn fir ire

Plarre Lands
In Nr Street,
Driver Held

NEW YORK, Oct. 1 (UP)

on the Alpine peaks last night the Italian government insists on fulfillment of all stipulations A young mechanic flying a stolen

a mat ii nas Kept iaun pointing out contained in tne (ae uaspen-Gru- piane tnreaaea Detween sayscrap sayscrap-n
n sayscrap-n that German is used alone with herl .irpnrd lers and hie anarlment hmlHines

Dro'ignt anii-itauan unrest to a msi n nas Kepi, iaun pointing out contained in u
new peak in T.aly's troubled Alto that German is used along with ber) accord."
AA'iaa iQnulh Tvrnl 1 nrnvinp hnr- Italian in sphnnls and nnhl'ip nffip-

dering or Austria. and the Alto Adige has broad Tha pro-German elements in
A TNT charge blasted a b i g autonomous powers under the con- the Bolzano province charge
hole in the Huber barracks on j stitution. that the province is being ever ever-the
the ever-the outskirts of this German- Austrian Ambassador to Italy run by Sicilians, Neapolitans
speaking city, the explosion Max Loewenthal-Chlumecky flew and Calabrians. They also want
broke the windows of the bar- back from Vienna Thursday after German considered a complete complete-racks
racks complete-racks but no one was injured, talks with his government. The ly official language for govern-

Squads oi police ana soldiers Austrian diplomat reiuseo to matte ment reports and they want the
. i 1,1. u: ...... i ii . .

wnn searcnugnts ana mat-time- an? cumiucm uu uie situation. i

Earlier that day, Italian F re

nins rnmhed the area but late to

day police could report no suc success
cess success utrncing the terrorists.
A little more than a week ago
another bomb exploded on the rail railway
way railway line but caused only minor
damage to an electric wire pole.
Italian authorities attributed the
bombings to pro-Austrian elements
Incited by the South Tyrol Peoples
Party (Volkspartei), which con-
-i 41- 1..

Z2?Z "L"Zrv" ATLANTA, Oct. 1 (UP) The

vuvc m uic .u a. imp?rial wizard of the Ku KluX

The bonfires, which lit up fhB JJi

schools to be under local authority.

Negtoes, Jews, Atlanta Hit
By 'New'KKK; Meeting Held

V

The bonfires, which lit up the "";
mountain peaks surrounding Bol-.ft ,2 J Tkk
,ono l,.t nioht were a protest at War IV.tht tne new KKK WlJl

the banning oy authorities oi a peo

stay within "laws that are just"
in its fisht aeainst intppratinn

tmnpriai vui7arH F T. EMuarHc

of Atlanta told the 3,500 klansmen

a giant cross

UIG lining, MJ buhiui ivu w
pies party demonstration. Italian
nartips warnpri fJnvPrnmont Com-

missioner G. Sandrelli that there: ua"l,"t.

fhoSd he hanne burnin8 at ston Mountain
demonstration should, be banned .-. .. .

in the interest of public order. jng faster yQU ,? M
u i.4jt.. ui. added that it is not the organiza organiza-Despite
Despite organiza-Despite the new incidents Boha- g b

jiu ipHclcu -am iwoj aivjiuuftu; armv
Italian authorities were juttery a-i r,v'

X 11C

Italian authorities were juttery

bout wha. mignt nappen nex;
The 2,150-square mile Alto A A-dige
dige A-dige province is inhabited by
214,000 German speaking moun mountaineers
taineers mountaineers and 114,000 Italians. In
the Fascist era, the Italian gov government
ernment government launched a campaign
to Italianize the area, but the
late Italian Premier Alcide de
Gasperi and Austrian Foreign
Minister Karl Gruber signed an
agreement in 194o under which
Italian authorities were jittery a

Klan will stav within

laws that are just," Elwards said
after denying that the new Klan
has anv rnnneetinn with the orig

inal KKK. He said the new Klan
will be "as solid as a rock."
From Five States
Delegates from at least five
southern states came to Stone

milling in the pasture and at

tacked tne xsationai Association

for the Advancement of Colored

feople, and the Jewish and Catb

one launs.
Meanwhile, in Tyler, Tex., the
state of Texas was launching its
own attack aeainst thP naatp

The state charged yesterday that

tne iaal r snpnt son tn hit

down the color barriers at the

University of Texas

At a hearing nn a nvmiut h,

texas Atty. uen. John Sheppard
for a temporary injunction to

keep the NAACP from operating
in Texas, officials attempted to
Drove that th naatp niij

$11,500 in direct salary to one
Negro aDDlicant for admission

The state presented a contract

in wnicn tne naavf was to pay
law student Heman Marion

ers and big apartment buildings

earty toaay ana made a predawn

landing on a Dusy Manhattan

avenue.

Thomas Fitzpatrick, 26, Emer

son, N. J., set th small Cessna
140 down on St Niehnlai Ave a

main thoroughfare running north-
cmitli in lv.vki.Mt.. ii : L i

T aoiiiuiuu n e I g O 1 S,
about nine minutes after taking
off from a New Jersey airfield
while authorities tried vainly 'to
stop him. Fog and smoke had
reaucea visibility to one mile.
The mechanic, a licenced nilnt

with 400 hours of flying experi

ence, Drought the plane lown

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between buildings averaging about
six stories in heieht in the heaviiv

populated area. The plane cal

reened about two blocks before
Fitzpatrick brought it to a
skidding halt, then taxied to the
intersection at 191st street and

ittt the Diane narked hv

I hydrant.

David Van Dvke Sr owner nf

the feterboro Aeronautics flvino

school at Teterboro Airport, New
jersey, where the plane was
stolen, described the landing as
"fantastic." He said the plane has
a landing speed of about 50 miles
an hour.

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1956

Spain To Quasi-Democratic

e, But Falange To Stay

The mrrhanif aaiit he

forced to land because nf nnpine the land

uuuwe, oui ponce said a ciieck

ot the plane by aviation experts
disclosed there was nnthinv me.

chanically wifcng with the plane.

fitzpatrick was charged with

grand larceny, violation of the
administrative code, careless oper

Sweatt. a Houston m.ilm; r-TiJ? "Vli "a r me national leaner, that

$3 500 a vear to Mntiniie hie ed K Psse?slon 01 outd?;ed two new constitutional laws had
cation The aZmt nV.M?Yc,va aeronut medical ceuifi- already been drafted by the Fa-T..i!.am-0un'
Jntche'cate,He was held In $5,000 bond lang.parrya-headou.rter.

Mountain, the ite"'of an" unfin! The plan a"iso'caUed for ".ng Wednesday. ( Franco asked the Faiange last
ished Confederate shrine a n d1 to get $500 for unforeseen contin- vit,,(riv --i,.. u LM.w JJ PP6 changes

Tr "Crr"r- C". iiormer notDed ot. tuui acuvity, Kencies ano expenses and another utmI .V t.l W, . IZ T j j -v"?Y"unlc
nerity right ..to the.. German- Edwards and other Klan $500 when the aitreemVt To. t),r at 191st slr,?et1 the I,ws decreed during his re-
.neakinn oopulation. ..!." waras aM 0mer """iZmI n"e1.rS?m"t,J,w,s. and St. Nicholas avenue at 1 a.m. eime and to Dreoare the w.v for

MADRID. Oct. 1 HIPl Cn.in

governed single handedly by Gen'
eralissimo Francisco Franco for 20

years, headed towards s ii ii i i.

Democratic system tnrisv in u,hinh

uie i atange would remain the on

iy political party.
In a maior ar.dress In a Faluns

.i. :

nainerinp vpsrernav pommamrni

v aiiu j c J vwiuuiviiiuiii
a fire ine the 20th anniversarv nf the He,

iiawu iu udine rranco cniei oi
State. Minister of the FaUnae tn

se t-uis Arrese, pointed the way

imngs to come in Spain.
His speech, given more promi prominence
nence prominence than Franco's own words to
the same meeting, did not men

tion the part the monarchy would
play in the future of Snain h ii I

showed clearly that the Falange,

in lis rote oi national movement

wasi was destined to remain a power in

Arrese told the 17,000 Falang Falangists,
ists, Falangists, who had gathered by spe special
cial special bus train and car on a site
near Salamanca where the gen generals
erals generals of the nationalist army in
the civil war singled out Franco

to do tne national leader, that

I Weather Or Not
This waather ra Bert, for the 24

hours ending S a.m. today, ii pre prepared
pared prepared by the Meteorological and

rlvdrograobit, Branch ot the ran ran-ama
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speaking population. spokesmen
The peoplesparty claims,that kla-smeri( mtoy of them

with their wives and children,
crowded in a pasture near the
huge granite mountain and three

crosses were Durnea to torm tne

backdrop. The klansmen wore
rnhec hut no hoods in pnmnlian.pt

with a Georgia anti-masking law.

r nwarns arrapren Tne i s

Supreme C6urt, "Ore IjrejudteeK
press," and the Atlanta city administration.

High SB 84
Lew 74 74
HUMIDITY:
High 97 93
Lew SI 74
WIND:
(max mph) NWll N19
RAIN (inches) .28 .41
WATER TEMF.:
(inner harbors) 83 83

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2

HIGH
1:44 a.m.
2:10 p.m.

LOW
8:00 a.m.
8:24 p.m.

completed. The total he would re

ceive came to ?ll,500.
U. Simpson Tate, counsel for

ine texas branch of NAACP,
indicated that an additi Ann! tO

000 was spent on legal expenses

iu get aweatt enrolled. The source
of the money was not revealed.

Baronet In Market

For Wife Number 7

The Klan leader complained
that Atlanta Mayor William
uHHiHfiAu I i i t. i-L

rial iMit:m ieiuaeu 10 luiuisn a1 """" "lnlia, uti. 1

police escort for the, visiting! (ur Britain s most married

klansmen. He said Atlanta city
nffipialc "don't rpali'p how manv

Klan members we have in Atlanta

atone.
He. refused to tell inst hnu

many members there are.
Durine his soeech. Edward:

called the Neern "but a slave nf

communism" and also lashed out

at Judaism, which he said is a
"menace to the Christian faith."

Attack Catholics, Jews

A number of unidentified klans

men also spoke to the crowd

PRE-RELEASE
TODAY I" CENTRAL

Wr vFV Warn

JERSEY, Channel Islands, Oct. I

uniuuci announcea toaay he is in

tne market for another wife hit
seventh who needs but one
qualification.
ot 10 De a perfectionist."
said Sir Francis Ferdinand
Maurice Cook. "I'm a great ad admirer
mirer admirer of perfection."

cook, a 48-year-old heir to a 1.4

after attending a. staf party. He his succession, even though Fran

sum ne naa a coupte oi dnnKs co at 63 is publicly on record as
and then drove to the airport, a saying he hopes to rule Spain for
distance of about six miles, and "years to come."
climbed into the plane.
Fitzpatrick landed the plane Arrese said that the first two
near the bar where he had been laws have now been completed
drinkine earlier but he denied that1 nj ..i it., m..; i -.....:

he made Uie flight on a dare or the Party, presided over by Fran-
In urtn n not I .

w u ro mr annrnvi hau i i thnn k

A Forf Aiithbritv oneratinnc

namem.
The first law established the
Falange or National Movement
as the link between the state and
society, and the channel through
which the people will participate
in state affair.
This participation, Arrese said,
will be "with Democratic machi machinery,
nery, machinery, but without the interven

tion of parties."
The second law calls for a
strong central executive body te
rule the country "for a deter determined
mined determined period of ime." This bo body
dy body would be subject to c I r s"
scrutiny by the national movement.

Arrese, who replaced Raimundo

agent raced out onto the runivav

in a station wagon to try and stop

me laxeon, dui was unable to get

ciose to me piane.
Fitznatrick claimed later that

Vah Dyke's son gave him permis permission
sion permission to take the plane. Van Dyke
denied it. He said that Fitzpatrick
had once been a student at the
school, but hadn't visited the air
port for about a year.
The mechanic, who i emninveH

by the Curtis Wright Aircraft Co

at vaiuiICIl, 11. a., BUOl DC I1CW

u i- '

million dollar' fort, ne H.KW

art nn h. .iri- ,nlon "age ano cruised over the
Islanders !a he i o-l action in lower Manhat Manhat-strf.
strf. Manhat-strf. . "'w. he lso drlves heading north to Wash-
strange automobiles, one of wh eh inoton uii,i. 8

has oilt er.rnU,.,nr, ,u j "v i.6to. ""c, HUB !CliaLCU nellHUUUU
and n eiSSi "inL dooni the landing' Fipatrick Fernandez Cuesta as Minister for
ana an engine pa nted green. 'walked to a nearhv har and h.d the Falanc fnllowine the student

mis nome is full of gadgets and a drink. Then, he said. friend riots earlier thU ve.r. devoted

every room is wired for sound

House painters once asked him
what color he wanted a bathroom
painted. He played them a few
bars of piano music and said: "I
want a color like that."

- o-iu, ex nicuu
drove him to the Teterboro Air-

port where he got his car and

returned to the plane. He was

arrested when police noticed that

ne imea ine description of the
flyer given by witnesses.

Truman Lambastes GOP Ticket
That Carries Tricky-Dicky' Label

. 9 -1 (W) -Former, rium to hear the eX.Br.sid.nt i

resident Harry Truman to I d
Wtldl j-rhporina Uacctoh a

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Democrats last night that they

eoua not re elect President Eis Eisenhower
enhower Eisenhower without electing "Tricky "Tricky-Dicky."
Dicky." "Tricky-Dicky." The "Trirkv nirkv" lahel he

used for Republican Vice Presi Presidents!
dents! Presidents! nominee Riehard Nivnn

Then he stepped back to listen

wnn a Droaa grin as the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic audience roared with laugh laughter
ter laughter and applause.

Over 8,000 crowded the audito-

bast the GOP leaders

Mr Truman charged that the
Republicans had almost "used up
the economic strength and inter
national good will they found when
took office in 1953."

They accused President FImi !chy respected the Falanee.

much of his speech to praise of
Franco, and his 20 vears leader-

snip oi spain.

But, just as Franco who in his
own speech to the meeting ex
pressed concern over the econo
mic progress the nation was mak making,
ing, making, so too Arrese called for the
revolution to carry forward its
work of building 'Spain into a

great nation.
The Franco and Arrese speech speeches
es speeches were the first shots in what is

expected to be a developing cam campaign
paign campaign tu prepare Spaniards for
changes in Spanish political life.

rranro kipkpo ott ine pamnaipn

last, spring in a tour of the south
., a i l ii 1 .

in wnicn ne maae 11 ciear inai
Via fbUAi-e nunc if-nt lAnn! mrn n r

jK mmio vvuoiiuuuuai. aaiuasnsi
chy for Spain, provided the monar

uuwei ana iMixon oi running 'a
gainst a retired farmer from Mis
souri." He said 'ie Republican
standard bearers would not "mee
the young Democratic leaders on
the real issues of the campaign"
In old- time stump stvle, Mr.
Truman told the crowd, "The Re

publicans may not want the Joe

smiths but the Democrats do. We U-e was not known.

aw wui uie annuls ana tne Jones
and the Browns, the Feeneys and
the Cohens and the Marcianos."

Italian Activity

Surprises C. Rican

Chief Executive

4 Chinese Residents

Of Venezuela Sought

By US Immigration

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Four Nationalist Chinese en route
to Caracas. Venezuela were he.

ing sought today by U. S. immigra-

uon authorities to determine why

mey missed tneir ran American
World Airwava nlane for nihih

ar niiivu

were scneauiea to taxe.

The four men sonpht vera lict

ed bv the Airlines as .Inlio r h

Jesu Bom Choi Jeg and Ali Bu,'

an permanent residents of Vene Venezuela
zuela Venezuela except Jeg.

Thev were scheduled In 1.

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aan rranciso International Air Airport
port Airport Fridav nieht via Panama hi

failed to Show un at the alnutel

They had been stavine at the rs

Mater Inn San Maten u t. ..'t. i 't .". ..

iha.,r k..; Ii s neara mucn aoout him.
their baggage still is being held 1
None has a vise n IM. ri:..jl

"The Falange can live without

the monarchy, but the monarchy
cannot live without the Falange,"
Franco warned at that time.
Observers believed that within
the next few days Franco would
make some gesture tn the monar.

chists, but what iurm this would
A. 1 A 1

Reports published abroad that
France would stand down as
chief of state and proclaim
Prince Juan Carles king were
not taken seriously here.'
Franco misht cede some of his

powers and might proclaim Juan
Carlos Prince of Asturias, which
would make him heir apprent to
to the throne.
But few observers believed that
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Costa Rican President Jose Fi- of the armed forces,
gueres said today he was struck Powers that Franco might cede!
b" the increase in Italian activity I were the presidency of the Na-i
since his last visit in 1950. tional Council of the Falange, and
Figueres, heading back to Rome its governing political body, and!
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nave noted an important differ- minister who would ease Franco
ence, a rebirth of diverse social of some of his administrative bur-

uriuuierciai ana inausiriai acuvi aens

ties and esneriallv a nntahle ef

fort in the field of construction."

Asked about rontrnversial Flo

rence Mayor Giorgio la Pira whe
had hailed both as "saint" a as

a "robin hood." Fieures sai.T he

But Franco at S3 has shown him

self remarkably strong and fit. He
has just completed a month's rest

at ins uniitii estate, ana nas
shown no signs of wanting to re-!
linquish power.
He does, however, want to pre-'
pare everything for his succession!
so that this can be accomplished!
peacefully when the time comes.
When that time will ha rmht

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