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THE CITY OF THE
aN S. Vi'SSy
AN INDEPENDENT IHE DAILY REWSPAPER
'Let th pec pie knmt th truth mnd the
is $mfen Abraham Lincoln.
PANAMA, R. P.. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 3. 1956
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Users Can't Find Chief
"JACKPOT" MINUTE WOMEN A Distaff team from the U.S. Naval Station, Rodman, worked
diligently to take care of "wounded" f round near a building theoretically hit by a simulated
atom blast during today's practice alert. (Armed Services Photo)
Bomb Sends 300 'Casualties
To Gorgas In 'Jackpot' Alert
The first of a series of three
"Jackpot Exercises" planned by
military services on the Canal
Zone took place this morning at
The practice alert was sound sounded
ed sounded at 8:11 a.m. on the basis of
a simulated report that "planes
were reported in the area."
Shortly thereafter, word went.
out that an "atomic blast" had i
theoretically! occurred in the Averaging more than one trip
Panama Air Depwina of A"1 week through theTanama Canal
brook. I for the Ps fiscal year, the motor-
nisaiit control forces under! ship PortuBus was the Canal's
Canal's Most Frequent
stomer Gets Award
fee command of Rear Admiral
C. L. C. Atkeson, commandant,
15th Naval District, assisted by
officers of the U.S. Army Carib Caribbean,
bean, Caribbean, began to mobilize.
Thirty-five minutes later all
relief forcfes were mobilized and
ready to roll.
The Caribbean Air Command
had arranged a good "disaster"
for relief forces. j
"Contaminated" areas were
narked; simulated fires were
burning; "vicfcms" were ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. V
The relief forces moved in,
set up command posts and be be-n
n be-n to direct various teams.
rhe Distaff organizations of
Rodman, Ft. Amador, Ft. Clay Clay-tan,
tan, Clay-tan, Quarry Heights and the
15th Naval District area were
sent out to seek the wounded.
Litter bearers appeared and
began to move those who had
received field treatment away
to designated "holding" cen centers.
ters. centers. As time went on about 300
"casualties" were delivered to
Gorgas Hospital. Though the
Panama Canal organization was
not taking part in this particu particular
lar particular alert exercise, the hospital
had aereed to "accept" casual-
give greater verisimiu-
most frequent customer and has
been awarded a record transit
Presentation of the hand-lettered
certificate, the first ever issued
for a yearly record number of
transits, was made to the master
and crew of the vessel on its south southbound
bound southbound trip through the Canal this
week. The certificate was present presented
ed presented by Capt. Waner S. Rodimon,
Marine Director, in behalf of Gov.!
Potter who was attending the in making its 13th transit since June
agural cermonies in Pana m a j 30 when Moebes recived the cer cer-when
when cer-when the Portunus transited. j tificate for the past year.
The brief cermony was held in The seedy motorshin has been
me iuuut luuugc ui uir muiui amp ; un wis run ior aoouc two years
iTi t i nana mm
Yet On How
To Get Funds
WARM "BRAZOj FOR ERNEST1TO Panama's newly-inau
gurated Presidnt Ernesto d la Guardia, Jr. (right) gets a
hearty greetirfg from Nelson D. Rockefeller, personal repre
sentative of President Elsenhower and special ambassador
for the inai
juration, during last night's festlvltH y
Surgeons Plug Hole In Heart
In Effort To Save Dying Man
LONDON, Oct. 3 (UP) The 15-nation Suez Canal
Users Association failed to reach agreement today on a
man to head its operations.
So the conference, which originally was planned to
last three days, ordered another session tomorrow.
Informed sources said it had run into difficulties in
the search for an administrative chief who will direct day-
Can Be Settled
UNITED NATIONS N.Y.. Get
3 (UP) Soviet Foreign Minister; their work today
DmitriFShepuov said today he be
lieved a "reasonable solution" of
An Army helicopter pilot' and Ml
passenger escaped injuries but rheir
aircraft was demolished it 1 1 a.m.
today whoa th copter tailed at an
altitude of 400 feet.
The crash occurred just north
of the M.P. gate at Ft. Kobbe.
Cause of the crash was appar apparently
ently apparently a materiel failure, military,
officials stated. The exact cans)
has not been determined.
Helicopter pilot 1st Lt. Jamee
E. Ciaunch of the 20th Infantry,
Ft. Kobbe, and his passenger 1st
Lt. William M. Lax of the 1461st
Kiunal PniYinomr l?f rlr.f
Am jj vumaiij v. Viay bull.
Knush spokesman sau aftpr wpra nn o rrmHr.. fnuf
this mornings session that the! time of the accident
Association's board of governors! The crash occurred soon after
had taken no decision yet on the their takeoff and the 'copter
administrative chief, the site of: was flying about 400 feet above
his headquarters, or the composi- the ground at the time of the
Hon ot an executive board. failure.
Military officials said the hel helicopter
icopter helicopter was a total loss.
This was the third day of the
The full list of ambassador-del
egates met Monday and then
broke up into three committees.
The Committees reported back on
the Suez controversy could be
found in the security council de debate
bate debate that begins Friday,
But in an oblique reference
A British spokesman said the
first committee on organiza organizationhad
tionhad organizationhad not completed its week
nd will meet again tomorrow.
The second committee on tech
of the association
Algeria Off icial
Says Rebels Plan
while it was being locked through
Miraflores Locks. Carl A. Janson
President of the Continental Ship-
Italy Would Set Up
Council To Combat
ROME, Oct. 3. -(UP)-Foreign
Minister Gaetano Martino said to today
day today the Western powers should
set up a permanent political coun council
cil council to combat Russia's new tactics
of "infiltration wnd flank -turning.
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tude to the military wactice. Martino, opening a pariiamen
Finally all "casualties" weretary foreign police debate, said
taken care of and the various the Suez crissis proved the inade inade-areas
areas inade-areas of the alert restored tOjOuacy of existing western organi organi-mv.rt.W
mv.rt.W organi-mv.rt.W rnnriitinn sations in what he called "the era
The problem was completed ; of competitive coexistence."
ping Corp. local attended the pre
sents um ceremony when the cer
picated was received by Capt
fritz J. Moebes.
i'Also present were Arturo Lioce.
itinental's pacific Side mana manage
ge manage and Guillermo Fernandez,
boarding officer for the shipping
The Portunus made 54 transits
of the Canal between July l, 1955
and June 30, 1956, in the banana
iraae between FVnaHnr ni ijo. i
Orleans. The ship has headed for! WASHINGTON. Oct. S (UP) that "to the body'! blood
a second certificate of record tran i Surgeons at the National H e a r t j lram- .
sits for this fiscal vo.r it o,,lint?t..t h.. niiiffcrori a hnl ini Forty previous cases recorded
a dying man s heart in a daring j uwi.ui. cu m""--new
kind of heart operation. ly. Were surgery had been!
Some months ago, Norman L.! tried it had failed j
Hickey, was leaning over h i s With nothing to lose, the Heart
dafting board In an office of the Institute surgeons decided to try!
army engineers in nearby Alex- something new: plug the hole in
andria Va I ttle neart w'th a proed- sponge
Suddenly", he said, thre was a stopper that looks something like
slamming pain -a feeling that a a golf tee
tight metal band was crushing
his chest, Col. Thomas W. Matting Matting-ly,
ly, Matting-ly, one of President Eisenhower's
t) A Die ni sutov
its report. The decision, l' UJZ 5
the wwlcrn twivers and oast So-1 were not made public. -.-0v:. TLa.?!.! 71
met criticism of their a tltude, he! The third-on financing the as-! ri'l "Xirh.J. IT
pciation scheduled inother ;r ZJ Z 'JZI
-t- Hua.aw vvllunnilU UUCIvlCU
said the Soviet Union deplores sociation
any approach to a settlement of
the prcblem from "positions of
Shepilov arrived at (:40 a.m. on
a Scandinavian Airlines plane
from Stockholm. It marked bis
first visit to the United States and
his first session of the United Na Nations
tions Nations since he succeeded Vya Vya-cheslav
cheslav Vya-cheslav M. Molotov as foreign
Minister this summer.
..... irom cairo and are prepared to
It was apparen that there had )aunch bi campain 0pf
been no final decision yet on how, jsm this month,
to collect contributions to run the r,Coct sairf h mJHiiJri
association. Britain and Fronce about crughing tne rebeK1H;
wanted tnis done simpiy Dy naving which wii: hP t
ana Moeoes nas been the master
ior more man a year. The Por Portunus
tunus Portunus flies the German flag and
is operated under charter to the
Inter- American Trust Company.
In presenting the record transit
ceruncaie, KOdimon warmly
me i uiiuuus ior lis rerorrt num.
ber of transits and for its fine safe safety
ty safety record in Canal waters.
gratulated the master and crew of heart specialists, discovered t he
trouble at Walter Reed Army Hospital.
Potter Sets Date
Town Hall Meet
Hickey was the victim of a rare
heart breakdown. A weak spot in
the tissue wall between the hearts
rleht chamber and the aorta or
great artery leading
heart ballooned in an
and finally ruptured.
US Publishers Say
Freshman Who Sent
Him On Plane Ride
the association receive the
Canal tolls that normally
be paid to Egypt.
at about 11:40 a.m
Women who had really put a
lot of work into administering
first aid techniques to the sim simulated
ulated simulated victims began to return
Atone wHh others who had
assisted ;n decontamination
stations, at holding centers,
with child care. or other as aspects
pects aspects ef the alert, they were
tired but satisfied they had
dene their jobs well.
They knew that If a real sit situation
uation situation ever did arise they
would be prepared to cope with
As a result, some of
beine mimned into the aorta to
supply the body was to reed
through the rupture back into the
vLtatin American community .nriii blood. Hickey's heart had to pump
is no longer that oe held Wednesday. Oct 17 in thVl2 gallons oi mooa tor every inree
Dates for the October meetings
of Governor W. E. Potter with the
Civic Council groups have been
announced at Raihns UmiaUi
This month's mPtim with r4.,i right chamber which is
Council representatives of rh to received only venous
V17W VftDIT Onl ITO' fl..
i,i. i ui.ii. wli. u u a ill. .. a. .. .
from the president of the American News- s 'snea' ..lMa ue terman,
aneurvsm nlr P.ihiihrc A...iatinn avslsam fPn completion of a
. that nnhlkhprq "rin not hi
that another newsprint price ui
the blood crease is justified at this time."
i. ni it n m coin hD ..ml ...
would; licemen to replace those wounded
Murders or attempted murdera
have been running at the rate of
300 to 700 a month, he said, but
added that "terrorism" is not the
main problem aside from the psy psychological
chological psychological effect it has in France.
He said the rebels are stepping
up their attacks in the cities, es especially
pecially especially in the Algiers department,
in an effort to force Franrn m
MANAGUA, Oct. 3 (UP) was ?eai witn tnem on good terms. He
estimated that more than 100,000, lnted a "solution is near."
persons yesterday attended the fu- T.he fact that a high mimber of
neral of assassinated President A i n.,tlve klled month show
nastasid Somoza. forming a cor- the rebels do not have the support
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UP) The tege along 28 blocks. w the Moslems, LaCoste said,
president of a college sophomorej Somoza's remains were laid to He presented to the cabinet a
class, praising the freshmen wholrest in a crypt of officers of the p'n calling for the distribution
had, bundled him aboard a plane. National Guard in the cemetery of 10 landless Moslems of 180,000 a a-for
for a-for New York with on.y $4 in his Managua at 1:30 p.m., three and cres o farmland now owned by a
pocket, flew back to California -half hours after leaving the Leg- n"mber French companies,
today. islative Palace. 5 ould he,P counter rebel pro-
I Lat Sunday, a full raquem IPaganda, he said. J
mass for the slain President was
said in the Sacred Heart Chap Chap-I
I Chap-I at Ancon where his body lay
in state before beino flown to
Yesterday a squadron ot miiua-
"Believe me, I couldn't be more
CUltC VI f VSU V-I V. VVI1IUICWUII Ui at iUU
believe day s vetion in New York.
"The whole objective of our in-
is to get the fresh- rv airplanes flew in cross forma-
of facing a clearly identifiable
frontal7attack, but of defending
ourselves from infiltrations and
masked flank turning tactics,"
he said. ...
tions and oa all occasions, we neel
a permanent body of political vi vigilance
gilance vigilance and collaboration."
William Dwight, head of the AN-man class organized," he de-; turn over the cemetery while the
PA and president of the Holyoke- clred just before he left by plane coffin was being carried on the
Mass., Transcript-Telegram, also; for Claremont College, Claremont, shoulders of the honorary pall pall-said
said pall-said many newspring mamifac j Calif. bearers while a 21-gun salute was
hirers failed "to fulfill their eon- 'fired.
tract commitments during 1955' "The fact that the freshmen People of all social levels with
and 1956." j could pull me out of my room,! tears in their1 eyes, watched the
. get 15 cars together to take me fag-draped coffin roll through
Dwight issued a statement yes j to the airport, and block off the the streets of the capital.
tprrlav fnllnuinff a rnptinn nf frpewav tn Pet thp caravan! rpk. ,,nArat flccnmprl such DfO-
Kl AMD A T ... Vnal. j thrnuoh npnimi thai nnlnt thaf lhair . I. .k.nruarc S9.H
I nnneil rpnraeani.li.,a ; i. j i . . -nni n luicLiuin 11. j.cvy mm, .... uufc., ...... m, pwiu uiai iiitj nnrllOnS ma llld iv uuauLi.i .,...
X tLXSJi Cl?ggett hh,d t0 ft Sm 5! Newspaper publisher of the U- are weU organized.K there had never been one like it
thn.ZfS'L' U t:explainmg when pol ce spotted njted st,tes and Canada do not be- SX. pntir. historv of the coun-
' Detterman used the $4 to n-1 th th ceotion of the one KniHir
speaking nance a visit to Princeton Univer- neid for the poet Ruben Dario in car.
Ft. Clayton Soldier
In Auto Accident
Suffers Broken Arm
with United States
of Santa Cruz Service
ONE LEGGED PANTS
to sateguani western so iwan- u.e uamooa uvic cjenter. him alont the street clad in pantsig tha sales representatives of
tv and make it work in a 1 direc-1 Both meetincs wi htr in at t-wtl-uL .i.. i. r.i...t ueve ,e reprcseuiauves i
Of Trinidad Has
Pan-Am Highway Two Birthdays
une leg. vasKcii., npu'snnn mi s w p r e
These wUl be the fir.t f th. mmAJSSLrS authority when they were re-s.ty, wnere ms Drotner, uean, is m5
ferences tn h h-M .5 S. cZV ,.',ure u,,c uo,:ui ported in a iraae paper as -prim- a senior. Alter Borrowing szu
7m' t J mi. .iL. V."' km,e to cut wy the. part of ;mg' newspaper publishers for an from his brother, Detterman re-'
boa l and I Santa Cruz. WWM UI "ra-m trousers containing his wallet other increase In the price of turned to New York for a late
" 1 t',V J IllKIIL V1AIL LU III CCI Wit II VlliaVE.
An American soldier suffered
a broken arm last Saturday
night when the car in which t
was driving with two other min
and three women turned overdn
the K-6 road. The others escap escaped
ed escaped injury.
Joseph William Miller, 24, ii
the injured man.
Beniamin Toro, a Ft. Clayton
was the driver of the
Deserted If Stands
Threat Of Bloodshed Hovers Over New Negro School
I PORT of Spain, Trinidad, Oct 3
-(Ue)-Dr. Erie 1?. Williams,
Trinidad's Prime Minister -des-
NeW KP r reSldent te appeared to have pulled
; a fast one on the voters in the re
cent general- election
- 1N:1 S!l ,UaP "A y efforts be made now to send
I THREAT flS- PaVkncucri b i ""Buwirs.
' ivwwAJnji' I L
Pope Warns Against
In Modern Slates
VATICAN City, Oct. 3, ( UP)
n n: ... Vft in n enprph marlp
lem recpntlv. hut annarpntlv hmm rV.P 1 j Kl 1
". muh ic toaav warnea inai cites
inai uniy uov. maivin uruiin can -,.
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)
Romnlo Farrill of Mexico,
chairman of the permanent
executive committee of the
Pan American Highway Con Congress
gress Congress whloh is meeting here
th s week, today congratulated
President E r n e sto De La
Guardia Jr. on becoming Pres President
ident President ef Panama.
Farrill said in a telegram
which expressed the senti sentiments
ments sentiments of the repr:sentatives
of the seven nations on the
committee that he wished De
La Guardia much hanniress
and the best of lack in his
Throughout the campaign voters "d plenty of airy classrooms
were reminded by speakers that
Sept. 25 was Dr. William.' birth birthday,
day, birthday, and asked to, "give him a
real birthday present on the 24th.
The voters did: 13 of 24 seats in
the Legislative Council, entitling
him to be the head of the next
demn the portion of contested
property and oper the school
doors to the Negroes. But Coon-
with clinic, cafeteria, workshops A white man, Curtiss Beall, ty Schoe. fupt. L. H. Cook is
iiaiin.y flUBIU IV .11-1
Cook said there have
threats to blow up school buses he said, "are going back to school, ,. ,v,r,uno tivhter rnntrnl
a .." j a J :. iL. L..IN1 It ,1. .1 0l H vv.v..... ....--.
some montns ago, wnen me scnoot ana 10 aynamne uie uunumg u me arcn i mcy i
was nearing completion, Beall country tries to move in the Ne- This reporter inspected
vuwu, WUI -BUUl'S, : '
auditorium, automatic time signals owns a nome Just cross the road
The state built it for N c a r o
children at a cost of $24,43 as
part of Georgia's campaign to
provide "separate but equal"
educational facilities as its an answer
swer answer to the Supreme Court rul ruling
ing ruling en segregation.
The new school has been ready
from the school and his property
line admins the school property.
ivp taxation can oppress private
M.-..a.a... mwA hnlH nn th Hpvptnn-
r? rSX:iXra' of and commerce,
ress for comment, said the Brew- Pnrt nntixt that modern
have been ton case "Is settled." The NegroesL,,, arp incrcasinc their servi-
the other five buildings at Mount
...nnnmmc Hi alfl 11131 3 S
a UVCl CI V'"" "a ... .,a
pnts need for monev ln-
He lost control of his vehicle
on the graveled road located on
the west side of the Canal Zone.
It ran off the road. In trying to
get it back onto the gravel tha
car ran off the road and in try trying
ing trying to get it back onto the ve vehicle
hicle vehicle he apparently cut too
sharply. The vehicle turned tur turtle,
tle, turtle, and its hood and top wera
Libel Suit Filed
its administra Hon
On the 25th. William had a big
'birthday party at home, with him
and his mother cutting birthday
i cake and thanking the voters for
",-membering Eric's birthday."
i However, a certified copy of
Williams birth certificate
I he was born Oct 12, 1911.
BONN, Oct. 3 -(UP)-Sir Osv
wald Mosley, pre-war British
Fascist leader, announced yester yesterday
day yesterday he has withdrawn a libel suit
field early this year against West
German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
chareed that a survevina mistake eroes.
had been made and that the buifd- Pullen, three miles from Brewton. swclj
ing encroached on his line. "I'm afraid there would be a It is a ZO-oy-w loot oarrancKs, sep-,
riot," Cook told the United Press, arated by partial partitions into The pontiff made the speech
New surveys confirmed that one "I want the Negroes to have this three rooms. The floor, patched yesterday to members of the In
fer months, but today it stands corner of the building lay on school, but it isn t worm t ft e l r ana rougn, is roiling way in ternationai riscai rtsaociauun uui-
a.. m ? a . i. o..ii. tj ...... t kiAaa nia i tn0 a npcia1 audience at Lastei
empty, ine w negro cnuaren wno. l" . rr u..i i-ij ponference
live in the surrounding rural coun- saying he wanted no Negroes so The school is only a small part jGandolfo. k, that AH-nalr's aHnraSJt
tryside still go to five dilapidated near his home. The county offered of the 17 million dollars Georgia A pot bellied stove is in each lre that Adenauer s attorneya
.u.-i.r -iiA-j "a-i i k..., ki. j.n!- tha .nin .i.. n its pn.i a li, t inn mm Whenthersin sluices' H. sad f sea laws do not always i have produced prof that the
the th. roof, there is no rational criteria, and tax! Chancellor never made the state
WhyjL The outward reason is a rejected the offer.
shows real estate technicality, but behind There the issue stands. By
it is the threat of bloodshed should law, Laurens County could con-
ed the building over to Laurens hope of Keeping tne fire going, laws have oeen pusnea wis wayjmem, accusing me mi ui mm.
f-m,. Th siaip RnarW ? FHn. Drinkins water comes from a welf and that bv the necessities' of the plicity in a postwar Nazi plot, oa
cation held a bearing on the prob- in the yard. moment.
which the suit was based,
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THE MAIL BOX
BOQUETE'S "JUMP" AND "FROG SING" LOSE IDENTITY
Boquete, R. P.
For a week I have been taking a walk about Boquete every
day before breakfast a la Harry Truman. It has been cool and
clear every morping. Boquete is sporting new' street signs and
some of the old names ate being discarded. The road that
climbs the mountain above the town, Known as El Salto, (The
Jump) is now Avenida Baru. I have been living, on Avsnida
11 derAbril which passes the Fanamonte Hotel, crosses the
Calderas River and circles round the head of the valley, I
don't know how many miles, to the Home of Princess Janca.
Central Avenue continues up the road towards Alto Lino,
J don't know where, because it is too far to walk Defore
breakfast. I'm sorry that some of the old names like Baja
Monos are being changed. v
For instance, a quaint village named cant Sana (frogs
sing) has Been officially changed to Santa Marta. Now I
have nothing against Santa Marta, but I think Cartta Rana
is a delightful name.
A walk up El Salto, pardon, AvenHa Baru, gives a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful view Of the Valley of Rainbows,--the village and the sur surrounding
rounding surrounding oountry, with glimpses of the roaring Calderas River.
I never knew till now that Boquete has s)x or seven bridges
across the Calderas, ranging from an ancient one designed only
for foot and horse traffic to a wide one strong enough for
heavy dirt moving equipment. r
But we are still high up on AveriidA Baru. The air is
sweet and a bit delicate. One cannot walk too fast without
getting out of breath. We are up probably 5,000 feet. All along
the road the hardy farmers are planting vegetables, taking an another
other another chance on the weather. If it is good there should be a
good harvest of tomatoes, carrots, lettuce and potatoes, and no
doubt other vegetables that I did not recognize from the plants.
The rod to Panama should be in better .condition
when this hjurvest comes in and we may be eating some of
the vegetables in Panama some day.
One thing I HaVe noticed on my walks Is the number of
children I meet who are running, not valking, to scjipol in the
village. Some of them have a trip of -ah hour and a half to
school. They are sturdy looking youngsters. Yesterday I watch watched
ed watched two boys who ran. over half a mne without a change of
pace, and ware still running when they .passed out of sight.
T.B. is no problem for the health authorities up here.
Now let us-come down from Avenidtt Baru. It is near eight
o'clock and what a hunger! That is soon satisfied by hot
buckwheat cakes, butter, "honey and bacon, fried crisp, and, of
court, good Boquete- cQlfee. If you like fruit you can have
the juicy, sweet "popwright" oranges or a bowl of fresh straw-
b" jMSllilL B01iuete and 1 always W
By VICTOR RIE5EL
nTfrWtVint tn a
rmsBunu u mere is no
mmr ve wnicn can make or
break the next president of the
United States, then why are Dick
nixon ana waiter Kcuther argu arguing
ing arguing over who will deliver three
holidays in every week to the
That four-day. work week gim
mick has aroused the only
mcKering interest in tins cam campaign
paign campaign where workers of hand and
brain gather. Reuther's people
have already spread word that
mis win oe their official klteg
light demand la 1958 with
no reduction in pay. And Nixon
has wired Reuther that this de
mand means he must have confi confidence
dence confidence in the Republican party.
For, says the Veep, only the GOP
can keep the nation prosperous
enough to allow us to go fishing
Thursday night and return re
laxed and sunburned Monday
Obviously this jousting between
the pro-Stevenson and pro-Eisenhower
young gladiators is aimed
at getting out the labor vote.
There's another campaigner
about to step into this battle for
the pivotal labor vote a candi candidate
date candidate by the name of Dwight D.
Eisenhower. The report here is
that Ike will be in town on Oct. 9
with a rip-roaring labor speerh to
prove that the unionists never
had it so good.
Like another general Who be became
came became president of the United
States, .George Washington, the
President of today will take a
stand near the Golden Triangle,
not far from the old Fort Pitt
blockhouse. This speech by Mr.
Elsenhower may run true to tra tradition
dition tradition and turn the battle against
his political opponent on this
This is an area of iron and steel
and coal workers. It is pros
perous. So much so that .it is lev lev-cling
cling lev-cling some 96 square acres of city
streets and wiping out slums
which date back to antebellum
days. It s a Democratic city
The Harvest Could Be Votes
Ml WS m mi
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zm B WJYfSiZA HE
T PWW PEARSON
:ace. Tnfc word
fern the old
Old Pro Rizzuto
By BOB RUARK
I disremember which (own it
Drew Pearson mm. Gen. Burns Abraham the Jews from his
warns DuuesJBt Arab-lsraeii son Isaac and the Arabs from Ms
war is imminent peace will Uke son Ishraaei.
great mgenuity An part of Jewish Yet today, Maj. Gen. ELM
leaders; could the children of the Burns, the Canaan who heads'
Hoiy Land secure a 30-day truce.' the United NaUtoloa. Com-
i editor's note-Drew Pearson's mission, has been callM th
a l imn today takes the form ot a State Department thatSfr be be-leiier
leiier be-leiier to his grandson Drew Ar- tween Israel and the Arabstales
noid on the subject of peace in is more to be feared than ever!
the Hofy Lsod.) He ls terribly worried about
Washington, D. C. and has informed Secretary Drjl Drjl-Sept.
Sept. Drjl-Sept. 29, 1956 les that something drastic must
Dear Drew, be done.
I am now home from the Holv The Jews
T mul r ..111 I -',:7 -T--.-w.-10P"!- "TO P-IIU
--"---- -" iioven i written some ot tne greatest scientists,
you about thexamels I saw over some of the greatest artists
there. I saw them m Beersheba greatest writers, greatest; busi-
iii uic evuui oi israei wnicn is nessmcn. But so far
wnere Aoranam usea to bring m been able to sohex
-nccp ouu ui cameis ana ars prooiem or a i m
goaU to get water. Jerusalem comes
loaay, Beersheba is quite a Hebrew "jRm.-hnlav-m
moaern city, out Ue Arabs still means "rwai Rut tt.
bring their camels and their don- rusaiem there is no peai
auu mcir suerp into me Ana l was wincing that
town just as Abraham did more the solution to this trou
man j,uw years ago. way to bring peace, mutht be
quite simple hist stop shoot shoot-In
In shoot-In .the Beersheba market I saw ing arranee a real trueen and h--
some Arabs ding camels onto gin working at some people-to-a
truck. The ,rabs seem to be people friendship. Perhaps if the
quite up to date and. carry their statesmen of the world won't push
camels. bj truck. But this Jrock tb4s maybe it could be inspired
already had tnree camels in it, by little boys like you.
Which is a lot of camels for one
truck; so a fourth camel just-, If, for instance
man i want to get in. I didn't Israe and the
blame ber. Because there wasn't manderl of their
i win. constant snooting
across the border
But the Arabs beat that Door might stoo. Perhans fHv He.
camel and yanked her and manded that it stoo for at least
whipped her, until finally she 30 days, and that no one on either
squeezed Into the truck on top of side lift a finger for 30 days no
the other can.els. Later 1 saw the matter what the proTOeltion, then
camels being unloaded at the from that 30 day! A thinking
farm of Sheik Soulenfan outside about peace, there mht come
the city. They looked happier mor peace,
when they got out of that trtifek. H
I also saw hundreds o; camels You don't realise ft, but little
along the road as I drove to the boys have a lot of influence. The
Dead Sea. I don't know what they person who can get in to see
live on, because there is almost President Eisenhower quickest is
no grass on the desert, but they not Secretary Dullesn but little
seemed to get along. They belong David Eisenhower, who's about
to Bedouins and Arabs who live your age. He doesn't have to ask
in Israel. for an appointment. And his
As 1 told you in my last let- granddaddy would do anything in
s on. tti
this de-this forth
That was when T first cam Fiiln. --.n.i t i i. ,i
whose people have not suffered was' Lakeland or Ocala orjpo Francesco Riziuto, p little man shake-ups in his teammates Peo ter' wtt are ts of Arabs living the world wnted
under the Republican regime.! some other place in FlaridJu and with slightly bowed legs who has pie came and neoole went but w Israei ia CJ Slth the Jews Jews-And
And Jews-And its more the essence of a tne yr is fuzzy, tajt it could just taken my youth with him. At little fhil was iiwvs m h r 11 8 Arabl !outside Israel who That's true too of tl
OPLN LETTED TO GOVERNOR POTTER
There has been considerable news In all the papers und
magazines lately concerning Canals and Pilots. These articles!
Ail mention tne great sKUl, intelligence, training, quauncauuns
and pay of the Suez Canal pilots. At no time in any of these
many articles have the said pilots been belittled nor has it
" 7been suggested that they are not the equal of the ship masters
whose ships they handle, as has been done here on the Pan-
In an interview you gave to the correspondent of thej
Christian Science Monitor you made a statement as to the abil ability
ity ability of the Canal authorities to handle any possible rise in traf-
fic from the present average 23 to as many as 40 or more perl
day should such an occasion arise. Now sir, you are in a posl-1
tion to give out such figures, but may I call your attention to i
tJteMact that your statement is a mathematical one only and:
itares the most important issue. Tha; le the personnel In-,
Your present pilot staff is one of the best trained and best
qualified groups of pilots, may I say, in the world. With all
the talk of the great skill needed in the Suez which Is a sea sea-level
level sea-level sand witch, their work can not compare to the skill need needed
ed needed here to set ships into and out from concrete walled locks
and a narrow rocky ditch. The Panama Canal administration
has taken an entirely different attitude toward their pilots as
compared to the Suez Canal Company's Ideas on the subject.
Do you know sir, that your head cpersonneJhas attempted to
rate the pilots as second mates? DoToTTknow he has placed
the Canal administration's defense in the two legal actions
now In court, on the pilots lack of rights tp being equal to
ship masters in qualifications and pay? At this very time we
are entitled to a six percent raise based on Governor Seybold's
agreement, but this is withheld while waiting for a court deci decision.
sion. decision. Do you know sir, that in any accident case in the canal,
whether the damage runs into many thousands or is negative,
the pilot involved must sit in on an ,nvestigation-trlal where
his superior officer, who should defend him as a servant of
the organization, actually acts as his piosecutor and judge al although
though although this officer has no legal training or knowledge of pilot piloting?
To get down to small simple things, do you know that or orders
ders orders were issued by one of your superiors that there were only
three captains on the Canal and pilots or assistant Port Cap Captains
tains Captains were not to be so addressed. An order quickly cancelled.
Yes, a small matter but one that shows how we stand.
So, there Is now talk of a large group of your pilots con considering
sidering considering offers from Suez. I hope you will understand that
this is not only a desire to get proper pay and working con conditions
ditions conditions they feel entitled too, but also a desire to escape from
the petty and more serious fighting that has continued since
the Canal was opened, attempting to bring about fair and
equitable pay, working conditions and recognition.
There is above all that much overworked word "morale."
Had such existed there wpuld have been no need for the two
present legal actions. Even now they should be. settled out of
court, because ho matter how settled ihey will bring good to
no one excepr. the lawyers. Great stress in this late legal ac action
tion action was on whether a pilot was entitled to be the equal of a
shipmaster. A great to-do was made over what each and every
pilot's past background had been. Had he been In command
of a super liner or just a tug boat. Had he been just a clerk,
machinist or grass cutter. Well sir, we must all start from a
bumble begin.ing and what really matters now ls, that our
responsibility is equal to or greater then the ship master and
the fact that he does accept us aboard his ship as an equal.
Great stress in placed on the previous background of some of
the pilots by your Personnel Bureau for the sole reason of put putting
ting putting us Into so called coordinated brackets well down the line
of pay and prestige.
I do not believe the Suez Canal Company arrives at their
pay basis for their pilots, nor the number of the many bonuses
and privileges they give, because of a ship captain's pay. I
believe they base their contract with the pilots on what the
Pilots ability and skill is worth. $18,000 a year is very reason reasonable
able reasonable insurance against a half a million dollars In possibly one
accident. Such a policy used by the Panama Canal Companv
would pay off, by your pilots being able to devote their full
energies to the job on hand of getting ships through, whether
it be 33 a day or 40 or 0 a day, and I can assure you the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal would benefit. The only lo3er would be the lawyers.
ih Most respectfully,
... .T ". u vhhiiuv lOinvl 1 1 U llini l bl UX. luu I UIC UlUC UUTS
labor eommunitv than even Wal- nave been 1938. We were playing the time, he was the shbrtstoo in when th. u-.t don't live in peace; in Israel and the Arab states. I
ter Reuther's Detroit what with the "Kansas City Club Md old the team of Priddy (Gerry) and m&ke it and the old rros had iioa't know- we could
coal and steel predating the clark Griffith and his daughter, Rizzuto (Phil). had it Probably you have seen the get the idea across to them, but
horseless carriage. t Tbelma, drove me over from Or-' Priddy had the flash. Little Phil In my book nobodv knows how neadlines in tne newspapers late- if they all. demanded an end to
If Mr. Eisenhower can put over 1nd to the ball game. was just little Phil. Now he is off to lay dt wn a bunt anv more about e snog between the this useless Shooting back and
one of his genial earnest talks,1 Griff. struggling as always with the Yankees rs an active player, or how to hit purposefully behind Arabs and Jews don't forth across The Jajfl from which
which I have seen melt even hos- we Senators, quit talking about the elder statesmen of infielders, a runner but Philcould do it all live m peace on me PPsite came tne man ''who wanted to
tile conventions, his party may new Cubans Joe Cambria had and I go back to L?.T,zeri before -puil a 'hit not pull a hit drae sides of tneir Wrder. Some of the bring us peace, then perhaps his
come away with enough good will smuggled into the country. (You Crosetti. a bunt or lay one down worst of tnis snooting nas been dream might be fulfilled. After
to neutralize, much of Tabor's hec- d to smuggle them in, like dope,i Phil was literally the final thing He choked his bat and never around Jerusalem, the Holy City all, it was He. Who taught that a
tic anti-Repiiblicah activity here in ose days. They were mostly I hava of love for the Yankees, went for the fence but he hit sur where christ was buried- ""'e child shelf lead them,
and elsewhete. a little too dark to live in Wash- I couldn't care- much who wins orlsinc homers out of the nart' Just a ew' weeks ago, your ... M ....
The Republicans here are lcav- ISon, and the ones Griff collected this World Scries because the last Ihlr TSVi.. 5 granddaddyc was in Jerusalem Perhaps this t Is a foolish idea
ing little to chance. They've a la, r; the .Senators cmildnt have of say personal identification 'is hv ont "him ht.t i and talked to a Jewish, immi- ot mine nut Mere tne statesmen
bor maefcine inadrd. lt'dpesn'1 fejafc ballplayeji, era op, gone, QOjb, of course, and H was like Hcnrich that wav- grant from Algiers who fiat! a lad- "fW
matca ae prectifct ntachulCTy of u,i5,cI' II puicsjay affi ftiurpliy and Bonham even beaifiD ohvsicallv he could er. .uc 10 tne Deny irnnt v
the .FLCIO, but it's in action. 'eres a. new secena-oase-betttiflHwas then sJUl alive Sel-come in M the rnrtain if Ms house. I saw the ladder and
There are several GOP labor vote fnortstop combination rve bee kirk and Ruffing and Hcnrich and OtWiously nobodv cons
?a ch'n.? .Pcrat'on u "J a waV. rylrTrrJ t ri;,". W.S" S which Rizzuto
run uiscuve, a you ionow tne "J "; vcuiauuojc p hit kui-. joe incur- lett the Yankees Thcv are a cold nl
music down the street from the iTa 3 ani er gomg 10 learn tnjt was lway'i rude to me, and organization and Gcorec We,sei"0U8e
Sheraton-Penn Hotel. From there ,now.,0.m.ovi m ,on. 8 r5Hw baU Bucky Harris raised me, first in does not traffic in sentimentality I"51
you wend your way to a Repub- w "ls 't. nut i near that they Washington and later in all the which is hy the club wins most Arabs
in Djr tne curtain. j iT" 7 r 7r' -"
iously nobody consulted me asked h,,m he had ,n, sooh
t tertks under which Riziutn pecuhar pace. .He explained
d diplomats of the
e failed, maybe tbe
see you quite soon.
null Tt' t .. .. iw im mat 9UIIIC
Phil KlZZUtO Was With the Yan- wnlinn miiM ha,,. Knnn
r.,. i 7 ... v.um .in v. uvtn ill auc 111
Damn kees for 16 vears He n ave? wiu D it. ,j
Committee Ya SBLJE thf L ? n?1(fcra-1 Series games, .nore than anybody have been allowed to wind it up
forces. La-W, ant'"Patlnmthe musi' show in history, and he played for (I neat, .f only out of deference to
wer ptaimo of the same name. think) five manaeers and with the the m
lican loudspeaker and so on to iot, somebdy named Rizzuto and
what is called "Labor Power for p.rWdy olaying the best middle
Eisenhower." ,smce Wagner. Naturally, the
This is oneraterl hv the Rennh.' J 8 n K e e s get em
I, . r V.nlrnnr
ucan uaoor Executive Committee r"T3?
and eight-man task
bor Power for Eisenhower daims
to have 682 union people working
for it in plants throughout this
area. They've campaign head headquarters
quarters headquarters at 218 Bakewell Build Building,
ing, Building, near the Triangle. It has a
full-time staff which operates just
like its AFL-CIO counterpart.
They've mailed out some 200,000
pieces of literature and get their
people on TV. And the airwaves
his front door. So, when they,
But it seems tn me that ,.m. were in a shooting mood, he
icentinn eniilri have hen mHo in didn't use his main entrance, but n rr--w rrn e.
Should lowered the ladder from his bal- DV 7U UUU fife
Walter Winchell In New
C - v m
cony and went in and out of his
house that way. BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., Oct.
t i i. j .u 13 (UP) Firc tody partiallv de-
l looked at the mam entrance proved Jsnnm horre f
to his house and there,' all around singer Eddie Fisher and his
tne doorway, were bullet holcft actress-wife, Debbbie Rcvnolds.
The Arab machine-gun nest was "Thev were lucky." their agent
only about as faraway as across said. "Eddie went to Las Vegas,
the street- But the Arabs were Nov. to discuss new show, so
not ma shooting flood that day. Dehble spent the night in Burbank
And inasmuch as it was a hot with her fa?ilv. The fire de de-day
day de-day and cool on that side of the strayed their bedroom."
nuuse, we sat aown oesme nis
Tlltrt-milA litilini-iiinb.- Dnn't If T to." 1 V AuU. i ...
uvnuuuimo uiu i, it iji'Wis pnu i in nivrii nn tin.- t u nm tp uim cqi firwim hnoirU h. xt
are laden with debates between h?PPened yesterdawn about 5.30 case at the 16th pet. on W. 47th strolled into the Vh Sn, f .SH" maio entrance to take a rest, th "fire Firl Zitl. SSS.u
these and Democratic laborites. Jff, aJay1? ?,reet, The four uveniie de- detectives paid vtiT to his moth-1 Nothln happened. No Arabs shot estimated damage at about ttb-
I didn't get out into the mill 2er5h?,.we8s c"rs.Parked wa'1- unjis who tnjoyed out-number er's nome nearby and told I her toat 111 most of the time 000, mos of it to thsecoTd floor
and coal patch areas, so I can & lor the cops-and-robbers ac uig the newspaper photographers tell him to come in When I ta Jerusalem they dont shoot. SCCBq Ur-
only pass on what is reported. iA '. fi!h' .a5I?!s "IS 8tret were very lucky-as was I tasked Wan where lie had been J TOO LOW
NEW HAVEN. Conn -flTPU-
I wrote A tugboat and a harire heramn
mini 13 tcimi;u. , ..o asncu ttoxb wnere ne nan
ciit.- r -i r:.u from the scene where acid-throw- heeause nn nf hnm ,a k. .u. ne..u"a
Committees have been set up to'SnYl V '2Z een '" dcad-a"d I would strolUng the streets trying to get!
25 Western Pennsylvania coun 1 5SS?, .S'"",1? fo.1m a 8le.w haye becn down at the District his head cleared . In the si.-1 That Ulustrates what
"I"" .'"'' .'"""S"3 ..V '"Auorneys oince expiainine that ton house hanrtenfforf t you oeforen that there
almost 20 irom tie 47th Street it was i,.Ciiii.Ku ..... iTJT..' i ui. .u. ... .
sectnrl aancrerl un u.uu i mill so lUUgn. -vv.., m lw uuc wenv 100 IOW nn BS
sector) ganged up and tne jews As ch n.Khi s,ih mni., .hi.u
- .- 1 ."U.VI n, noun ITBO
ties. Some of these labor vote vote-catching
catching vote-catching groups have 25 mem
oers. borne nave 800. All are
ik... jij.ii .
and 10th Ave. sector) ganged un IZ" m u,u" 1 scem so l0U8"
mvioi uuiih ubtc ouu i ni auc .
working on a crash plan in ah at ?" f L rC"r grapn4rf Radi ,?f WSf" .Wm- D.rey- 1 aaked the Journal American ?f Jerusalem reminded me, the de'ayed nearly an hour. The vet
tempt to Keep the big unions nJ-" ar a nur- city oesk on the phone to ask"8 re cousins, sels became traped In mud bt
from being the only labor acti- "?W8raL we.r lreatea ried description of the suspects) every newsDaper ir. New Vnrir They both are descended from neath an onened drawhridee
u. : uarc s Hosouai ncarov . ticn- eanvasseri th UrAi.... i ti.-.... t : --
ists in the campa gn. vfi canvassea me uroaaway and West (and wire service) to cover the1
I concentrate this report on me. Mr8fn' N Y- Jour: Side restaurants and other joints story a me precinct (wh eh
ittsburgh, however, because it is gg T' had prefSeCe f i?d ,oca,ed. lnree of them 'Wall did) 5w these bttUUs
,e experimental political labora-j jfi" tr6 who H .t feel. V
iit it inie manhino aan't urin v hiv v. vvun mi i i ii i i i if ii' i ill ii if 1 1 in inin is i a .a
boV vFaZS&M tefS, T WWe e U S- MarinesyaerdVi7 afiernor a.TdictaTth is o my
er he delivers his speech, then no Je payed, Morgan was Thomas O'Hare 17, who told me Girl Friday aad I am gotag wdtn
Republican candidate in the fu-' hv!P8 facurfd he tried to stop the figh'. when he the poUce to see wha? bCmistl
ture wiU be able to corral them r 08 and a 'possible fractured saw the word "press" on the Adolescent Court it o
Answer to Previous Puizle
skull" . His face and left 'eye cars
which started late; is trying in wer,e severely slashed. The sus-ai
other states, too.
anywhere. The Republican party, I -Z? SJT :?rs;. .oe.rt ?"laino, 17, who the court to represent my inhired
slashed. The sus- al tried to stoo the hrawi as ;". 7-j T" 'I f. J i
oects all wore heavy rines when the nhmnoranh v lu '" 6"re ""n
sk. u-.ij iu.. ui. r "'j! no pouucian or anyone e ise with
. uicv wuic uuurtru . trm;i ma n:4 , .- ..
- H. IPT11.K Uinil (1 h.noi ..
Nelson tirhn lM m fc. u A JfTrTT -.
-.U.HWIII mav sv.u nn III IIUTCU JSfjl
In New Jersey, I learned as we flasn Uluninated the scene,
rolled back east, the Republicans, the frightened and cowardly punks would heip get him ou of this fed un
are going out to fairs to dlstrib- grabbed the camera and fled, j trouble and into the Marines, defecUi defecUi-lite
lite defecUi-lite literature to the working Joe.i .. .- alibi'd: "I was defending mvself nans
1 Take out
8 Low fellows
13 Tatter i
I am tired and
miih v u,.i.m is urate
j i.iivooiiig niciiiai
es (and other teenagers)
gang up on; cops, one of whom
Reuther's people do In' The alert police of the 16th pre- after a newspaperman threatened h hi: Im T' T
OP.cmct louiw it a tew minutes later to throw me through a Window" uih nrt rerettt 1 "I
, ..,, T. j ..u u.uii i uac
Michigan. In New Ynk. the GOP
keeps pounding at a special list in tne Bin Ave. ana sum at. sud- . -likely" story -r. CarUino u gun or night stick as three
of 1,000 union officials and 800 lo- waj kiosk, where the heels had also told me he was hopeful that nunks save Wm s .iEIS
cals. In New-England, the GOP, flung it .... The Journal-A mcrican;th newspapers of New York P "Oh Mr WincheH "8he sa.H
women are going in for "kitchen photographer's camera was wouldn't hurt his chances cf be- "that would bT brutality and i
conferences" to win over working! wrecked, but the "holder" con-coming a Marine end I assured mieht eet demote
men's wives in direct comped taming the shut of his assailant his agonized mother (it the sta-
tition with labor's COPE. I was intact ... It will probably; tion house! that the nn.ih.c i i .t ,, .
We'll soon know if there is a become a prize winning .icws pic- news-nicture would have a lot tn ml "7", .L.m?" ?" i a:
labor vote and if it -s forever tiedture . Philip Gi'eiUer of he do with proving his case -. One KwS, iX Z L.ZQV 33
uaiiy incws anu ine unvei ui 01 the foursome, ratting on Nelson,1 self-defense, especially He
press car, Ralph Gonzatez, were the buUy, told this reporter he repUed '-Any ponceman 'whSl
also beaten up . Gonzalez, when Hkss t0 "belt out" people . The doesn'' is nuts That's whTt JTtl
we left the hospital at a.m., was only reason he wants lo be a Ma S 'arl for" W? L'
in bade shape, bjttle; : was rine. once said, was so he Utat do net like to wafk tato!
treated for cutsSTscharged. could 'belt out some DIs" uTwito a pane's head" nj
Tt started W&nh Ware, 19. S
about 6 ft. 2 llegedtV provoked station) said: this aoi tn T.h m
5 Wave top
6 Organ of
1 Hen product
SwtJ f Trgy Snw vehicle
17 Hoarfrost itAfflrmaUv.
20 Performed -rh.ri.
14 False god
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efe 1 1 1 5 B ESP
21 Soak flax
23 Petty quarrels 24 plMtA chlrt 35 Ertablished
to the Democrats.
Until 5:00 O'clock
As this Is one of the few
times during the week
when we usually have
more salesmen than
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the fight v Gonzalez ,,.''I'U keep me from becoming a Ma- F DtSagi,' ho7ete7' spokS X
Si?F0U LC1 JiL "X"u'" beco.!ne mapylf u Acl
men should u 5 their night sticks
said . "Sorry, Buaay, Gon- a Marine over my dead body."
zaiez replietl, "I havent any. L
"What do you wart, r. dollar lor 1 just tak(!d t0 Sgt Ma)or Joh Police Comm'r could
. cigare tc, wiseguy" Ware re- r Thek, chief of Recruiting for 5,000 ofe copstat cu't
portedly taucted. , the U.S. Marine Corps in New them
Gonzalez had just come out 01 York and protested the accept-,
the corner ham-and-eggery. He ance 0 tfeison ... The Seri-eant- Pt rnriwn p.w-.. w.
had been excused for luncfi. Major repii,: "We aready have. Press Photographers Ms n. N Y
tn. n0Hn.,-TrTi.,er .H the n ,,,SS,hL PL P.0'M! Ritchie, President of
KU'HIWi f a l rill. I 1 1 aSllll W f 111 1 lira IV1 irmO tKif tVI V W nnnrl 1 A .
; other press, including mine were Corps do not want men with the! cd to" the court Tbout "Thi.ie un-
It the Joe E Lewis ,ara SX two ; warranted attacks" and sfter Oic
at the time . Joe w"who so maliciously demonstrated Judge had set the high baU nf 925.-
was our passenger . rr wc.Bu,e- contempt of law and or 000 each tfor felonious a..nt a
showing him the police car rou der."
tine .As the press can. re
grand larceny), we thanked the
tm-nnd to Slat and Broadway, The Nr. 1 ntonn.. yFiaeu every
vamooooi os f inf. jTv. 1 antagonist, Joseph wheTS, n."-.
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38 Athletic I
39 Malt drink
40 Tap gently
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49 Skill- l
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43 Operatic sola
46 berry uued
ST Telegraph key 47 Amateur
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crest use ter
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CREDIT nt COLPAKI " t $200 00 merchandise credit nf
(now or later) Automatic Sewing Machine. Madurito.
Best Odds On The Isthmus!
Drive a bargain out. . it may be a winner next Sunday, Oct. 7th.
'52 Buick Riviere .......... 895.00
'54 Ford Tudor 1.295.00
'53 Veuxhall Fordor . 395.00
'49 Ford Club Coupe ...... 295.00
'53 Hudson Jet Fordor .... 875.00
52 Studebaker Fordor ...... 595.00
'51 Packard Fordor 595.00
'50 Oldamobile Tudor 295.00
52 Pontiac Fordor 895.00
53 Ford Panel 995.00
'53 Mercury Fordor 1.295.00
'53 Dodge Sta. Wagon 595.00
'55 Dodge Convertible 2,360.00
52 Ford Fordor 895.00
53 Chevrolet Fordor 895.00
'52 Cadillac Fordor 1.795.00
52 Chrytler Fordor 795.00
'52 Chevrolet Fordor 695.00
'52 Nash Rambler Sta. Wagon 750.00
'51 Hudson Fordor 395.00
'53 Willys Fordor 695.00
'54 Mercury Fordor 1.395.00
'53 Studebaker Fordor ...... 995.00
'55 Chevrolet Fordor 1.895.00
'51 Studebaker Fordor 495.00
'51 Buick Convertible 495.00
'52 Mercury Fordor 1.095.00
'53 Chrysler Fordor 1.100.00
'53 Studebaker Tudor 895.00
'53 Ford Tudor .... 1.095.00
'51 Mercury Tudor 595.00
'53 Plymouth Tudor 1.095.00
'48 Pontiac Fordor
'52 Dodge" Club Coupe ..
'55 Austin Fordor
'53 Plymouth Convertible
'52 Pontiac Sta. Wagon ....
'49 Buick Fordor
'52 Plymouth Sta. Wagon ..
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'53 Dodge Fordor
'50 Plymouth Convertible
'50 DeSoto Fordor
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'53 Pontiac Fordor,
'55 Plymouth Fordor
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Sales slips from Colpan in Panama, Colon and Chitre are all eligible
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STARTS TOMORROW 10 A.M.
from 8:30 a.m.
to 9:00 p.m.
k GRAND OPENING
New "LOS ANGELES" Store
FREE -FREE FREE
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SILVERTONE PORTABLE RADIO
KENMORE SEWING MACHINE
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The drawing will be held in the Los
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No children under 18 years please.
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REGULAR $ Q 00
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A truly deluxe freezer with convenient new
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PANAMA Tivoli Ave. Phone 2-0931
Only 28.00 down and 17.00 per month
Enjoy no draft coolness at savings! Coir
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Brand New But Slightly Damaged
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1 each. 30" gas stove 249.95 99.00
6 ea. 3burner kerosene 129.95 77.00
1 ea. electric ironer 279.95 1 79.00
2 ea. DeLuxe Auto Washer.. 349.95 299.00
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Ewy Shop and Rover
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ay to Operate All Purpose
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TBK PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY- NEWSPAPER
' Sociaf and Otk
Bo 134, Pc
Hotel's Anti-Jewish Policy Makes
Nixon Switch Reservations In Fla.
Bom 5037, U
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Oct 3
la. ii : : ..
(UP) David Wolper, a local offi
'cial of B'nai Brith and the Anti-
stayed at the Tides.
Wolper said be go! no reply
U prtmpttf U LummLn ikmm.
Defamation League, said yester-j
'day that vice president Richard
ne comaciea nep. Williara
Ji Jt L wJ Lf uLfLm mm- fLi 2-0740 m i-0 74
9:00 mJ 10 mjm, mlf
tramer (R-Flai, and asked
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bed notice far inclusion m this
column ihould be tubmitted in
type-written form and mailed to 00
of the box numbers listed daily is
"Social and Otherwise.'' or deliver delivered
ed delivered by hand to tba offica. Notices of
meetings onaot bo accepted by
Balboa Rainbow Girls
The Balboa Assembly No. I Or Order
der Order of Rainbow for Girls, w i 1 L
hold their regular meeting tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow evening at 7 p. m. at the Scot Scottish
tish Scottish Rite Temple in Balboa.
The new Worthy Advisor, Diane
Jacobs will preside at her first
All Rainbow girls are requested
to attend. Eastern Stars and Mas
ter Masons are cordially invited
No Color Bar
AT THE PRESIDENT! A Mrs. Cecilia Pinel de Remon receives congratulations on her ap appointment
pointment appointment as Minister of Labor, Social Welfare and Public Health at a reception given last
night at the Presidencia following the inauguration of President Er.iesto de la Guardia Jr.
From left to right: Minister of Agriculture VI ctor Navas, Mrs. Kemon, Secretary General
German Lopez and Roberto Heurtematte.
New Capital City
Of Brazil To Erecl
RIO DE JANEIRO, Oct. 3 (UP)
Erection of the first group of,
buildings in Brasilia, Brazil's new
capital city, will begin immediate immediately,
ly, immediately, it was announced today.
Hits High Note
Goes For $1,250
On Television Show
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aiicr vvoiper proifsica mat nis "ie uuiei wuuia oe cmtngea.
noiei naa an aiiegea anu-jewtsn
Nixon's aides had no immediate
ctmment. They earlier said the
sudden shift was nude because
I the Tides Hotel originally picked Ai fj
I could not accommodate the neces- AT r flllTP
sar telegraph facilities for the nuvvw
press corps. The St. Petersburg,
i imes came a story several
days ago quoting local sources as
saying the Secret Service had His.'.
approved the hotel on security TORT LOUIS, Mauritius. Oct
grounds I H Ktltatn'e
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ruin ni i . r
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cales to a "selected clientele.", mind.
dim hursis musT nauo crnnr r,.f r np en ni- .nn.. l
:ix(in ann nis nartv iauM u.. Tn o halt "n t i, .
. .. "ov auiLa
riui ud iaw raaxer it illegal for nca. ine it Tanco-Mauritians.
n cenm nQTinn t nHA u j s
i 1 utiu iviujru iu aiauni
i une oay Deiore iixon's arrival witn the Indian, Arab and i
nuc msi oaiuraay, nis campaign popuiations.
. luur Ddriv was intnrmaw fhaf i lint th u
prvarinns har1 hnun chifiAj t c.tt.. ...u t?a a s :
Inr r (1 PC Tn thrna rn.nl) momV.An t -II 1
Halln mJ J m w
iFuu auu nupir xerrace. mansion.
! Parisian gowned Fiasco
""'per. operator ot a restaurant Mauritian women mingled
l"c "i. rcicisuurg airpon, tow san-ciaa Indians and sllt-s
By DICK KLEINER
NEA Staff Correspondnat
PANAMA'S FIRST LADY, Mrs. Ernesto de la Guardia Jr.
PRESIDENT AND MRS. DE LA GUARDIA
GIVE GALA RECEPTION AT UNION CLUB
About 2.000 guests were present at the gala reception
riven by His Excellency the President of Panama and Mrs.
Ernesto de Ja Guardia at the Union Club last night. The
reception was given In honor of the Diplomatic Missions ac-
. credited to the Presidential inauguration.
Nlags of all countries- represented decrated the aides of
i the terrace, where guests danced to the music of Lucbo As As-earraga
earraga As-earraga and the Union Club Orchestra.
Panama's new First Lady received her guests In a
soignee cream satin gown embellished with an applique of
Dill lace trimmed with goia sequins.
Httih ImlMssy Luncheon
illoneri Indian Diplomats
fi the British Ambassador and
' Mrs, laa Leslie Henderson gave, a
turrhenn Dartv at the British Em
bassy in honor of their Excellen Excellencies
cies Excellencies the Indian Ambassador on
Special Mission, Mr. Harishwar
Daval and Mrs. Dayal, and Hi
Excellency the Pakistani Ambas
sador on Special Mission, Mr. Ab-
. dur Rahman.
NEW YORK -(NEA)- Gr6w,
ing up in I 'dia, Amru Sni we
excited about two things. One was
A private building and develop- the idea of being a pilot, rne om-
ment company known as the Com- er was a Dinah Shore ora'
panla Urbaniiadora de Nova Ca-1 "Mad About Him, Sad About
Dital do Brasil said it will start Him, How Can I Be Glad With-
construction on the 'Presidential out Him Blues."
residence a 60-room hotel and an1 So she decided to be an aviatra
: office building.
The new capital is to be located
near Brazil's geographical center,
, in the interior of Goiaz state.
Guests included Major-General
and Mrs. Truman H. Land on.
Rear-Admiral and Mrs. Clarence
L. C. Atkeson, Captain and Mrs.
William B. Tucker, Colonel and
Ifn. Ezekiel W. Napier, Mr. and
Mrs. Emanuel Lyons, Jr., Mr, and
Mrs. E. T. Biggs, Captain and
Mrs. H. T. Harrel, Wing Comman Commander
der Commander and Mrs. Clive V. Beadon, Mr.
H. Atkin and Mr. and Mrs.
French Ambassador to Panama
and Mrs. Lionel Vasse gave a din dinner
ner dinner party at the Embassy resi residence
dence residence Monday evening in honor of
Brigadier General Marcel Penette.
A clause of the 1946 Constitu
tion provides the Brazilian capital
Indirectly, this is how she hap happens
pens happens to be one of New York's
hottest singers today.
To go back a bit Miss Sani
i ,i L'V' v3;u. P?wsI"en "at he wrote the Flor- Chinese women
carpenter sold his bristling, red 'da GOP nationsl committeeman, iny emotion.
ucaiu 10 a television snow todav Antnony uattaeiia. to "eyniain. Then M,.r.i
for an estimated $1,250.
"My wife will be tickled pink,"
said Edwin James Glover, 26,
Gladstone, N. J., in closing the
ideal to shave his beard with an
electric shaver inv a television
1 The sponsor's offer for the right
beard was 15.000 an ouoe. ?nd
! Glover estimated his would weigh
about a quarter of an ounce.
me pngnt ot some of our Jewish the rovai
people who will experience diffi-' Zanzibar.
and Spice, Capitol); "It's Yours"
(The DeC astro Sisters, RCA) ..
I Much 'fine new mood music
If Christmas records are being "ve nd Marriage" (KappV
is a tall, exotic creature with a cut, can spring oe iarbehind? ,'eaiures nai manners orchestra;
powerful, bluesy voice. She was Gooi Grant's problem is am chorus and songs about mar-;
is to be transferred from Rio de born m Panama, eocuaiea in we ""l"u" ",ou; m
Janeiro to a olateau in central1 Europe, but spent a lot ol ner -s sne ooes, means mat one lurana Award)
Gol state The site of the new childhood years in India. week she'll be appearing in some- two RCA re eases, "Paris-
Mofta 1 i? nearb caf mile abovll When World War II broke out, place like Florida and the next 'he Sounds, th. S.ghts," with the
aP leve Sta M3 ImS was in England, Her W-So p"'i(
ti,rp h v.,.r rnnnrl in r-nntra.t ambition prOnipteO ner 10 fllll "'"CIC.H MlUlUUtS v.iquo
vUAw ...V j ... bV....uo. ... . T, 11
with Rio's torrid climate.
President Juscenno Kubitschek
signed recently a bill implement
ing tne constitutional provision and
in the WAAF as a pilot. But she or different climates. rseye and his orchestra, cater
was too young for flying so theyi She solves the problem in two to your Parisian mood; "The
made her a mechanic. (She is, ways. First she travels with four Somerset Strings," a beautiful
today probably the only girl sing- valises and a wardrobe case, ipic set, is good background rau rau-er
er rau-er who knows what goes on in- "And also," she says, with an 81c for anjt mood with lush string
xsi sj- "jtr'p do some ie'.twinkle' "! do a Iot 01 odiLngements of 36 favorite rae1-;
ot Rraailia When installations am thing aDOut 11. )
rnmnUwi all feHpral snvernment Aftif th War,
offices wui be movea mere
Slim Fat Awav
K tat ruin, your ftjrur. or make.
w Kort"oTbra.th and awWaS
yur baaldLm wui and it W
"ol'rWoo-. method called
0RM0ia it draatlc diotinr or
apmae. AWolutelr aaie. Ak jodr
hamtet for FORNfODK and aftaM
Consul General of Norway and
Mrs. Terence O.. Ford were hosts'
for a dinner Friday evening in hon honor
or honor of the Norwegian Ambassador
to Mexico, Rolf Christiansen and!
members of bis delegation to the
inauguration of the President of
Panamanian Ambassador tn Co-
Jlombia Gabriel Hernandez has re
turned from Bogota for a visit.
Cocktail Party In Honor Of
Professor Raul de Rotix, former
Ambassador of Panama to Peru
and Mrs. de Roux gave a cocktail
party at their residence Tuesday
in honor of Monsignor Francesco
Lardone, Papal Nuncio and repre representative
sentative representative of the Holy See to the
The bridge winners at the. regu regular
lar regular weekly games played on Mon
day evening at the Margarita
Service Center are as follows:
North and South: first, Mr. Ju Julius
lius Julius Loeb with Mr. Wally Gibson;
second, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mill Mill-spaugh
spaugh Mill-spaugh and third, Dr. and Mrs.
Hartman. East and West: first,
Mrs. Hayden Jones with Mrs. Irl
Sanders; second, Mrs. E. Wood Woodruff
ruff Woodruff with Mrs. G. A. Tally and
third, Mrs. A. Beck with Mrs. Stan
Anyone interested in playing
bridge is cordially invited to join
the group any Monday evening at
ONE STROKE wipes out
1 perspiration odor -instantly!
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Cotillion Dance Saturday
The Cotillion Club will hold a
Sport Shirt dance on Saturday
evening at the Brazos Brook Coun Country
try Country Club from 8:30 p.m. to 13:30
a.m. with the Royal Sultans play playing
ing playing the music.
Miss Madge Locke
Miss Madge Locke, has now re
tured from her tour of many
countries including France Spain
England and Austria, where she
studied the latest trend in the art
of dance modern and traditional.
Miss Locke is back at the YMCA.
with the newest methods in teach teaching
ing teaching and producing the worlds va various
rious various dancing techniques.
(CONTINUED ON PAGE 5)
she Svs, "fa
ther and I well, we had a dis disagreement.
agreement. disagreement. So I had to find seme seme-thing
thing seme-thing to do, somehow to earn a
living. Somebody had heard me
sing and said I should sing. So
I trhd it."
She quickly became one of then;"".
4 ........fill ainsai-c in I'limW "cl
Great artists available on
newtv-relpaspt elaccieal alt.ii.nc.
DICK'S PICKS: The Fontane Camden has collected "The Art
Sisters have a good one in "Still': of Paderewski," with the magnif magnif-(Dot).
(Dot). magnif-(Dot). Others: "Jamaica Fare- k-ent pianist's skill enhanced by
well (Harry Belatonte, RCA); modern sound engineering; vio-
1WO Means bunny Ga O. liniSt Dav id O i.trakh. an Annel
a i-enny s worm of Dlavs Beethoven's Sonata Nn a
most successful singers in Kurort.' .?iByy',?9Fyg Sc
he had them Theerinc her in' Music (Bet Anno Steele, ABC-and Brahms' Sonata
Eniland France, Italy": HWLSBlZ
One of her Italian records, "Sou-; gl M'c figl M,e
SiImeD'bteas,ai!frs0ne f JJ'tt E
aU-Ume best aeUrs. La). ..Don.t Be hmay s
pertly; in a lovely album called
"The Concerto," Artur Rubinstein
plays three concert! Grieg's in
A-Minor, Liszt's No. 1 and Rach Rachmaninoff's
maninoff's Rachmaninoff's No. 2.
Only Five More Days
SPECIAL WEEK SALE
A. B. C. STORE
(9th St. and Central Ave. No. 9123 Colon)
Raw silk plain and printed
Moygayshel linen plain and printed
Daeron & Cotton Dress Fabrics
ALL REbUCED TO MINIMUM
SPACIOUS PARKING PLACE
Invading New York, she rapid
ly won a part in "New Faces of
'56" on Broadway and her sing singing
ing singing is one of the high spots on the
RCA album of the show. She's
also made one single record, for
the independent Grand Award
Now she's the target for many
offers from record companies.
She wants to make an album and
she wants to have a big say in
what she'll sing on it. So she's
considering offers from RCA,
Grand Award and Dolphin at the
And if nothing happens there,
she ean always go back to fixing
One good bet for stardom is the
strong-voiced Ocie Smith, now on
mgm records. He's a product of
Loiisiana, four years in the Air
Force and Hie Horace Heidt
shew. Lately he's recorded end
appeared with Art Mooney's
band. Give a listen to his now
rceord, "Just Kiss Me."
Just to give you a feeling of
winter, you might be interested
in knowing that Hank Sylvarn has
just finished recording an organ
album of Christmas carols for
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EVERY WEDNESDAY from 7:30 p.m.
LUCHO and his ORCHESTRA will play
his special brand of music that's become
tops with all Isthmians!
Air-conditioned Bella Vista
CaU Maitre D SIMS
A Ktrk7 Halt!
,. 'B rapt" ;J!!fWffl
First really now lipstick idea in 27 yearsl
You'll treasure these beautiful new cases for years
and save money -for all you replace is the lipstick.
From now on, all you buy is your Revlon npstick shade. Your
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WINGS OF THE
Loretta Young and Jeff
BEC.M:'", OF TOO-
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Mara Corday in
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Social and Otk
LONDON, Oct. 3 (UP1 -Russia
ordered "wider publici publicity"
ty" publicity" today for the decisions of
the February p?rty eonsress
where NilTa Khru shchev
launched his anti-Stain line.
The decison, reported by
Radio Moscow, appear d to in indicate
dicate indicate Khrushchev's continued
ascendency in the Kremlin
hierarchy despite recent re reports
ports reports of a revolt against his
Drop k Ocean (an
Bresfc Up ?Ec3
C onlm u
Gitun Union Church
There will be a homecoming
dinner at the Gatun Union Church
on Friday evening Oct. 5 for ail
l JL ..kr. KoifA hpn awav
tUC uieuiucia wuv i naiiir utcivj ...
on vacation and .also for the new ar Turner, Chris Wrenn
. 1 TUmantirv
leacners at me uiuu icu.
'A A Junior Department to interme
r The dinner will becin at 5:30 ,jate Department: Christopher At Ataxia,
axia, Ataxia, and all members and friends kms Charles Bath, Morgan Beck-
Craig, Beverly Dreyer, Jane Far
is, Warren Gregory. Craig Halli
day, Ruth Limkemann, Ruth Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Pamela Moore, Mildred
Payne, Nancy Prim, Miehele Rai Rainier,
nier, Rainier, Sue Roscoe, Linda Rowe,
Wavn Seelev. Larry Mantora
Promotion Day Exercise
At Margarita Union Church
The largest attendance at
day School in tne nisiory oi
nam. Howard Clark, f atric-ia
Clark, Samuel Fields, Rogert
Hutchinson, Mary Park. Betty
Payne, Robert Rankin, Philip
Sanders, Jean Van Der Hayden;
John Wainio, Robert Weise, Mane
llarfarita Union Church was re-'wertz, Larry Wilder. Jimmie Wil
coraea ounaoy w mora, nrisue muie nuu, ou
and teachers were present for the'dran Woodruff.
SMnm nv KVPrrlKCS. ThlS
compares with 187 who were pres- intermediate Department to Sen-
Ant one vear ago. in aaaiuun iu ,or Department: Lionel rjariiein.
the members of the School about Bertilda Bendiberg, Felicia Bendi Bendi-150
150 Bendi-150 patents and friends were pres berg. Donald Bruce. Judy Butler,
. j .wkint, OJArA II I I A : 1hm. Un.icA
nt IOT toe exercises nu, -'" Marvel uavisuii, ioit.y uust.
led by Mrs. Harry Butz. Church! Emily Hearn, Fran McLeod, Carl
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J break up a hurricane, a Xe.y
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I form over warm ocea.. areas and
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ankeeS Out To Prove Dodgers' '55 Victory Flute
fhrows Out First Ball
By LEO H. PETERSEN
DDnnVT VV ikf 9 mi Th favnrpH New
ork Yankees, bent on revenge, went out before
esident Eisenhower and behind their ace lennana-
Whitey Ford today to prove that the Brooklyn
ers' World Scries victory last year was a nune.
old Sal Maglle, baseball's I years younger than Maglie, won
who snaves mem close i games uus s uuS M
. t ,11 1.-.- m (.man with in
hit nin-Doint curve ball
out to show 'am It wasn't.
ned from the e-aroe
ap heap at 39 last May, Mag
; went on to become the key for Brooklyn.
factor in Brooklyn's pennant
triumph and won a chance to a
Vonlreoc ran awSV with the
impriran T,eainie nennant none
nt them were as nressure-Dacked
:- as Maglle's home-stretch wins
triumpn wvu c"- w - ,
chieve the one ambition he has tag two triumphs ovet Brooklyn
r- 1 j n..u. I rooe Out Hnr.Vi nf those 19R5
a World Series
left to win
;,,;rhe Yankees were 6-5 favo favorites
rites favorites to win the opening game
and a last minute flood of bet betting
ting betting money on them made the
v'Amerlcan League champions 8 8-6
6 8-6 to take the Series.
With fair weather forecast for
.the noon (EST) starting time,
tf.mar.nA vmti and "old Dro"
Maglle were expected to work
lore a sellout crowa 01 duul
,000, with the President taking
e out from his re-eieouon
amnaio-n to see these teams
clash in a World Series for tha
, Mr. Eisenhower was the first
president to attend a Series
, opener since Franklin D.
' -Roosevelt tossed out the first
-ball in the 1936 classic.
This is the day they start sep-
grating the men from the boys,"
peppery Billy Martin, the Yan Yankees'
kees' Yankees' second baseman, prophe-
! sled. "We'll prove we would have
won It last year if Mickey (Man-
M and Hank (Bauer) hadn't
he Dodgers Itook the Yankees
In a seven-game thriller last
year, their first Series victory in
nine tries. Johnny Podres, chub chubby
by chubby southpaw who was the pitch pitching
ing pitching hero of that triumph, now is
serving in the Navy, but Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn expedU the swarthy, scowl scowling
ing scowling Maglle to make up for that.
"This has been the most sat satisfying
isfying satisfying season of my major
league career," said Maglle when
he was named as today's start starting
ing starting hurler, "and I'd like to dose
it out with a series win."
A Series triumph is the on only
ly only prise that has eluded the
righthander from Niagara
rails, N.Y. Ha failed In his on only
ly only two previous Series ehanees,
both as a member of the New
York Giants. He lost the
fourth game of the 19S1 Se Series
ries Series ogatast the Yankees and
was knocked out of the first
game of the 1954 Series by the
But Maglle has been almost a
sensation since the Dodgers pur purchased
chased purchased him from the Indians in
"Mnv He rarlrpri nn 13 virtnrps
including the only no-hitter of
his career against the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Phils on Sept. 25 In a game
tne ooagers naa to win to stay
In the pennant race. Even in the
midst of the celebration of his
no-hit performance. Sal was
thinking about today.
"This was wonderful," he
aald, 'but the one I really want
to win la the one I'm pitching
Dodger manager Walter Al
ston hesitated before naming
juague yesieroay as tne opening
fame hurler, waiting to see
whether Sal would be able to
pitch with only three days rest.
Sal, who usually requires more
rest for his aging arm, said
flatlv "T'n, a4
Cocky, blond-haired Ford, 12
last year. But both of those 1955
,,tirc were in snacious Yan
kee Stadium, ana toaay rora
uHM he nneratinv in cramped lit
tle Ebbets Field where the
Dodgers usually clobber south
paws. He tried it once Deiore, in
1953. and was hammered out In
Yankee manager V a s e y
Stengel realised he is asking a
lot of Ford to beat the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers in their home park, but
expressed coni dence In the
tiny lefty. He added, "What
else am I gonna do?"
"He's been my No. 1 pitcher
all vear said Stengel. "If I
don't use him until we get back
tn the stadium in the third
game, maybe the series will be
Many baseball e""rt rw rw-ed
ed rw-ed Stengel's use of Ford as the
key gamble in tus ;-em n
Whltey wins, Casey will be In a
good position because he can cannot
not cannot return to Yankee Stadium
worse than tied in s;ames. 1-1. If
Whitey loses, Casey must call
on someone else to averi oleas
ter in the second game.
mrH has a,nn three Series
games against one loss, lnclud-
Editor: CONRADO SARCEANT
By TREVOR SIMONS
The seventh annual playing of
the Football Jamboree is now in
the record books. The Bulldogs
from Balboa High School took the
but had played "B" League foot football
ball football in 7th and 8th grades in the
States and made the varsity team
as a Freshman back in the state
of Florida. In before Palumbo
and Moser and even returned from
Gold Coast by storm and walked their Summer vacation this future
off with fhp Hiinnirntt Trnnhu nav.i k.i u.j w ,1- .
Doc Mitten, Tom Connor Gain contest Deadline
Finals Of Dunlop Tournament e,For 10
half back had been working hard
10 mane me nger squad.
In the freshman ennhnmnr
it's brawl he punched at a medicine
"i Dan ana sintered a broken shoul-
off with the Hunnicutt Trophy nev-i
er again to return this award. Fur
the rules of the Jamboree stipu stipulate
late stipulate that any team winning the
trophy three times becomes
caI. nninni- onrl th.. DIU...
Ji'iv w n in i a u inr ijiiiiiiwi' inn nan and r,
, . . .. . , "" auiicicu a urunen snoui
only did just that, but also became der and the verdict was no foot foot-he
he foot-he first Canal Zone football team ball this year. To Dick Williams
to win the Jamboree two years in; this was a bitter pin to swallow
succession I He has, nevertheless, never miss-
So now the coaches pick up the j a practice. He does calisthenics
L'trinTr. m.,StakeS C,0mi with the rest of tesm has
mitted during their team's first Won Wn trvin .n- u..j
baptism of fire and prepare for, coach Palumbo intn letting him ri
I e omp snrimmaoino onH m..,k.
Doc Mitten of Balboa and Majori batted Mayles all the way to
Tom Conner of Ft-Amador advanc- 19th hole for an overtime contest
1 ed td the finals in the 1956 Dunlop before emerging victory by a 1 up
'Golf Tournament being played margin. Banks will meet Sibauste
over the Panama Club course dur-tm the finals in what should prove
Odds To 8 to 5
BROOKLYN, Oct. S (CP)
A late boost in odds, doe ac according
cording according to the odds-makerg to
a $400,000 wager placed an the
Yankees by a wealthy Texas
oil man, sent the Yankees In Into
to Into the opening game of the
World Series today as J-5 fa favorites
vorites favorites to wto the whole Se Series.
ries. Series. That represented a Jump
from 7-5 in "man to man"
odds. The odds on the first
game, also favoring the
Yanks, rose slightly from 6-5
The odds an the Yankees
sweeping four straight games
is 10-1, while It's 15-1 on the
Dodgers to sweep.
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ing the past week- end. The golf
ing dentist continued to display
true championship form and de despite
spite despite the strokes advantage he had
to give the long- hitting Dalton his
game was too much for the thin thin-man
man thin-man and the Doc sent the brick brick-maker
maker brick-maker to the showers by a 3 and
Tom Connor was really on his
game and caught Harvey "LeChip
Beall without "LeChip" which
auickly side- lined Beall with a 5
ud and 4 to go victory for the U. S.
Army Major. Conner will face
Mitten this coming week- end in
the final match to decide the 1956
Dunloo champion and should both
these very fine golfers be an their
game this match could very well
turn into an extra hole affair be before
fore before the decision is in.
In the higher' handicap bracket
Sibauste of Panama continued ms
winning ways and sent Willis
to be a very good match as both
the paint- maker and Sibauste
continue to show improvement
The Consolation flight saw Louie
Martinz catching Bob Novey a lit little
tle little off and the veteran golfer and
well -known contractor was a lit little
tle little too experienced and strong for
the hard-ware man, Martinz win winning
ning winning 3 and 2. Results of the J.
Massot versus Nene Arias match
were not in but Martins will play
winner in the finals.
The Ladies Flight winds- up
with Sylvia Carpenter going a a-gainst
gainst a-gainst M. Briggs in the finals. Mrs.
Carpenter gained this right by
her narrow 1 up margin over K
Call while Biggs came in on a free
ride' having got a default from
Lee Knuth in the semi -final
It is expected that after the cam
pionship are decided this coming
week- end the Agendas Doel, In
Those persons interested in
the, will announce the date for the pre- PJiP;
sentation of prizes. This years' 11' ,f""ch tr'8"""
prizes are really outstanding pie-ffMS? enlry, trmsJl?m
ces of very fine silver and the "lelf Spedal, Services Office,
winnerrs and runners-up may be Plf gymnasium, or from the
very proud of their accomplish 1 Cristobal or Balboa Y.M.CA. The
ments in earning any one of them.";onteSi hs been re-set to take
Play in the Argentina medal P"" u" M0,luay evening. ucwT
down 5 and 4. Banks was on andal agents for the Dunlop products,
Athletic Club Tackles BHS
In Season's First Regular
Game At Balboa Stadium
me iii iuu iicuTO .uv.u.
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game ot tne season win ine
Thursday night at Balboa Stadium
when the Athletic Club Rams
come avisiting to the home of the
Balboa Bulldogs. Kickoff time is
all set for 7 p. m. and it is antici anticipated
pated anticipated that a good sized crowd will
be on hand to witness one of the
two annual games these teams
Balboa coach Ross Anderson has
expressed the thought that he
would like to see some of his un un-flroH
flroH un-flroH and inexperienced lads in
action in this game. He also saidj
however, that he will only De aoie
to do this if the number one boys
take early command of the situa-
The coaches hope to have Ritchie
More, highly touted newcomer,
ready for action this time. He had
to sit out the Jamboree due to ear
trouble. After seeing the convinc convincing
ing convincing manner in which young Larry
Eastman took over in the all im important
portant important quarterback spot, More is
unino tn have to show some real
stuff to get the starting call in fu
"Tiree other backs that have
shown promise thus far, but that
haven't seen much action are Joe
r.iwisev Raul Barbara, and Gary
Ness. Godsey is a quarterback
converted to halfback. He nas
looked pretty good in practice but
needs to be tested under fire. Bar Barbara,
bara, Barbara, on the other hand, showed
good running ability in the Re4 and
White game but didn't see action
in the JumDoree.
Ness, the 186 pound freshman
fullback, seems to have recovered
from his cold and should be ready
to en There has been some talk
of moving Ness into a tackle spot
nn defense in order to trv and bols
ter this nosition in tht Balboa line.
Anderson wasn't completely de derided"
rided" derided" on this move vet, but it
wouldn't come as too big a surpri
se to see this boy as one of the re regular
gular regular tackles in another week or
The Bulldogs haven't looked too
strong at the defensive ends in
particular, and the coaches have
hopes of seeing how Chuck Doug Douglas
las Douglas Bill Halvosa and Terry Corrikan
will react to the game situations
Then there is Lewis Bateman. who
showed extremely well as a line
backer when you consider this is
the first time. in his life he has ever
played footbaH. Lew is only
sophomore and his 207 pound
football! could add
score tournament which was post
poned last week- end due to so
many outside activities will be
continued this coming week- end
winners and runners up may be
completed. Doc Mitten is present presently
ly presently leading with a net medal score
of 70.- two under par.
Duran To Sponsor
At Summit Hills
Paul "Cafe" Duran announced
yesterday that he would spnsor a
Rainy Season Ringer Tournament
in the name of Courvoisier Cog
nac. The tournament started Oct
l and will continue through Dec
Play will be In two flights and!
three quarters of the players hand-i
icap will be used to determine the:
winners o the net prizes, the tirst
flight win be made un of players
Willi lidiiuivafm up vu ic IUU uic
second flight of players with hand-
ber 22 at 8:00 p.m. in the Balboa
Armed Services Y.M.CA. gym gymnasium.
nasium. gymnasium. Military and civilian nerson-
nel may enter the contest In the
following weight division: under
132, 132-147, 148-164, 165-180,
181-197, and over 197 pounds.
The lifts will be two arm curl,
two hand bench press, deep
knee squalt and two arm dead
A "best-lifter" trophy will be
awarded and two Individual
medals will be given in each
weight class. Deadline on appli applications
cations applications has been set at October
icaos from 13 through 24
m.. 'n u
all olavers at the Summit Hills "c.'K",'m"u f
the Bulldog team if he can master There will be one prize for the 5?" "SSE tCL g,
the intricacies of the linebacker now gr0Ss and low net scores shot fnro"Bn f"J worko"ts for their
in each flight in the qualifying ""'uu"" ST
round and a prize for the lowCo'on Arena Sunday night
or, .mi- unit three low net Scrappy claudio, who suffered
Imr tn each flight the end nfeuts about the face while suf
the tournament. There will also be
a prize for the player in each
flight with the most birdies. This
is the sixth Ringer Tournament to
be sponsored by Durans at t h e
TWO-MAN TEAM MATCHES
The two man team tournament
It is anticipated, however, that
Anderson and his aid, Jim Hurin,
will open with their tried and true
performers. But you can rest as assured
sured assured that if the coaches can see
their way a lot of these lads that
have the potential but need the
playing experience will be seeing
action. One thing for sure, this
gang has been keeping the first
string hustling all season to hold L, Summit hiHs is roUing rlght
uuiv men pusiiiuiia, iuu li wuulu'lnna after
n't surprise too many if some of! :
these youngsters were holding
down starting berths before the
season is over.
fering a heartbreaking kayo
loss to Tdto Ibarra In a thrilllnc
battle Aug. S, now has ail his
wounas neaiea, and is reporrei
ready to crash punches on what
his handlers call Juan Diaz'
There will be an
charge of 75 cents
d m i s s i o n
or the game
NEW YORK, Oct. 3 (UP)
The starting lineups for to today's
day's today's opening game of the 1956
World Series (with batting
aud pitching records in par parentheses)
entheses) parentheses) :
Jim Glliam 2b (.300)
Peewee Reese ss (.257)
Duke Snider cf (.292)
Jackie Robinson 3b (.275)
Gil Hodges lb (.266)
Carl Furillo rf (.289)
Roy Campanella c (.219)
Sandy Amoros If (.260)
Sal Maglie p (13-5)
Hank Bauer rf (.241)
Enos Slaughter If (-281)
Mickey Mantle cf (.353)
Yogi Berra c (.298)
Bill Skowron lb (-308)
Gil McDougald as (.311)
Billy Martin 2b (.264)
Andy Carey 3b (-236)
Whitey Ford p (19-6)
Umpres: Babe PineUi (N. (N.-L.),
L.), (N.-L.), plate; Hank Soar (A.L.);
lb: Dusty Boggess (NX.), 2b;
Larry Napp (A.L.), 3b: Tom
Gorman (NX.) and Ed Runge
(A.I..;, foul linea
Jnan Max, who is a flashy
character in and out of the
ring, is considered a good box boxer
er boxer but far from being a devas devastating
tating devastating puncher.
series of delays. The
morning the Klley-Lgoll team
meets the Chadwick-Wates com
bine and when that match is com
pleted the tournament win be all
set for the semifinals next week Some critics have insisted
end. Yesterday C h a d w 1 c k and i hat, he lacks the ability to take
Wates defeated James Thompson solid shots on the jaw. He has
and Joe Salterio and the Roberts-! usually used a bob and weave
Colbert team took Bud Myer and style In taking away from blows.
Carl Serger in to Camp. while jabbing almost perpetual-
SUMMIT -RODMAN ly at his opponents to build up
Summit players are signing up points,
for the Summit-Rodman matches!
which are set for the end of Oc-j In u,e eight-round semifinal
tober. Tentative plans call .ior Horaci0 otts whn .rnm
the first matches to be at Rodman a yeu of inactivity, takes on
Oct. 27 and the second round to be Carlos watson at a weight limit
nlavpd at Summit On the 28th. the r no ..n.i.
, teams win w. muc up wi v unii
and 10 women.
The Summit Hills course will be
open to Rodman players the week
starting Oct. 22. All Rodman play-
ers wishing to play practice
rounds can do so without the usual
green fees. Rodman players who.
expect to play that week should
register at the Summit Office De-
play in the regular season.
first game of the season is sched
uled for Mt. Hope stadium Friday
night, Oct. 5, and features a bat battle
tle battle between C.Z. Junior College
and the Cristobal Tigers. On the
strength of their Jamboree per
formance, the Tigers rate the
edge in this contest, having scor scored
ed scored their 7 points against that team.
Junior College, on the other hand.
could stand some conditioning, if
coach Brown can whip his small
staff into any better shape by Fri Friday
day Friday night, pre-game predictions
could go out the back door
Pidung up some odds and ends
about the Jamboree we find that
without Arnold Manning the Athle
tic Club might have been dommed
to the same scoreless fate of the
Junior College. This was evident
in the fact that Manning who hur
ned to the stadium after having
put in an 11-hour day of work, did
not arrive in time to start the first
quarter against J. C. When the Ath
letic Club quarterback did arrive
it was late in the first quarter and
almost immediately A. C. started
a drive that fell only second short
of pay-dirt. The final results of the
Jamboree might have been differ different
ent different had Manning been on the scene
from the beginning.
Bruce Bateman. 250-nound Bal
boa fullback, did not provide the
mass of power that had been ex
pected. Instead, two outstanding
half-backs, Dan Winklooky and O-
wen buuienand were the bulk of
driving force behind the Bulldog
offensive. And special mention of
"well done goes out to Larry
Eastman, who did1 the quarter quarter-backing
backing quarter-backing for the Jamboree winners,
First string quarterback, Richie
Moore was out on the injury list
and for some unannounced reason
Joe Godsey was not around for ac action.
tion. action. Eastman proved that Balboa
is three-deep in quarterbacking.
The Tigers, tbouch outweighed
by their rival High School, appear appeared
ed appeared to be the best drilled team on
the field Friday night. Both Windy
Sasso and Dave Hawthorne turn turned
ed turned in good quarterbacking assign assignments
ments assignments and the backfield that alter alternated
nated alternated with Ray Croft, Robert
Lowe, Lamoin Werlein, Billy Ran-
Kin and nanny concepcion was a
well oiled machine in action.
Though they still rate the No. 2
spot in the forthcoming Interscho Interscho-lastic
lastic Interscho-lastic season, the Tigers could pull
a surprise in this year that has al already
ready already featured football upsets
elsewhere in the gridirion world.
I can't recall that Tigers Rags
ever took time to blow off some
steam about a lad who has seen no
action thus far in Isthmian foot football.
ball. football. But the Tigers have a half halfback
back halfback for next year that will be an
excellent replacement for the grad graduating
uating graduating class that will sweep the
entire Cristobal backfield. This
lad, pounding around with his arm
in a cast is Dick Williams who
came to the Canal Zone only re recently
cently recently from Florida.
He's only a sophomore this year,
getting into a game before the sea season
son season is over. This, of course, has
been impossible, but he still re remains
mains remains around the practice field,
wearing football pants and tossing
a football around with his left hand
whenever he can.
He eats his heart out" as tht
rest of the team goes through dai daily
ly daily practices, but his fighting spir spirit
it spirit stays alive and Dick Williams
will be a rough customer to rec reckon
kon reckon with when 1957 rolls aroupd
and his shoulder js healed. His
is the kind of fighting spirit, de
spite his slight 135-pound frame,
that if injected into the rest of the
Tiger squad could make them a
formidable contender for 1956.
BROOKLYN, Oct. S(i;P
Facts and fitrures on th lata
Teams New York Yankees.
American League chamninn:
Brooklyn Dodgers, National
Today's game At Ebbets
Weather Mostly fair with
seasonable temperatures, high
65 to 71 degrees.
Winner First team t win
four games out of seven.
Series schedule 1st and 2nd
games. Wed, and Thurs at Eb Ebbets
bets Ebbets Field, Brooklyn; third,
fourth, and fifth (if necessary),
Frl., Sat., and Sun.-, at Yankee
Stadium, New York; 6th and
7th (if necessary) Mon., and
Tues., at Ebbets Field.
Series favorites Yankees,
Opening game favorite
First eame pitchers Yan
kees, Whitey Ford (19-6); Dodg Dodgers,
ers, Dodgers, Sal Maglie (13-5).
Previous World Series meet meetings
ings meetings between participants
Yankees won five series from'
Dodgers (1941-47-49-52-53) ;
Dodgers won one (1955).
Game time 1 p.m. EDT
(12:00 Panama time) for all ex except
cept except Sunday game which Is S
R'val managers Yankees,
Casey Stengel. Dodgers, Walter
Postponements Any garnet
called off or uncompleted be because
cause because of weather will be played
following day at same park.
World Series records Yan Yankees
kees Yankees 16 championships In 21;
Dodgers one championship in
Ottis, at one time a leading
aspirant for the vacant 135 135-pound
pound 135-pound crown, in his last out out-int
int out-int In September 1955, drop dropped
ped dropped a ten-round verdict to the
late Pedro Tesis.
Watson was decisioned by
Carlos Ortis on Sept t.
fore starting to play.
The Atlantic Teenage Base Baseball
ball Baseball League wll hold a meet meeting
ing meeting at the Margarita Service
Center tomorrow, starting at
7 o'clock instead of 7:30 as an announced
nounced announced in the first notice
given out by the League offi officials.
cials. officials. AH officials, team man managers
agers managers and coaches and at least
one parent of each boy who
plays in the league are ur urgently
gently urgently requested to be present
at tbVa meeting
In one four-round prelim,
promising Edwin sykes seeks his
third straight pro win when he
swaps leather with Jose Watson.
The weight limit is 120 pounds.
The curtain raiser, also set
for four heats brings together
Fenley Hooker and Randy Tur Tur-pin
pin Tur-pin at 135 pounds.
Geheral admission for the
Luis Craig-promoted program is
SALT LAKE CITY (UP) -Driver
Thomas O'Neill, 41, ex explained
plained explained to police why he had
slammed his auto into a tree,
causing more than S600 damage
After citing mm for "improper
lookout," officers filled out their
report and noted: "Driver states
he will never look at pretty girls
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OCTOBER 3. 19SS
By Victor Gray (
AMERICAN LEAGl E
The ISM season of the American League is now history. As
was expected the New York Yankees won ihe championship by
the Se margin of nine games -Cleveland, toe Pff
bridesmaid, occupied her usual position, second, and as a re result
sult result of which will have a new skipper at the helm next season,
uenor Alfonso Lope threw in the sponge in apparent disgust,
as for the first time in eight years the paying cu Vomers at
Cleveland's Municipal Stadium numbered less an l.OW.OCU
The attendance at the Tribe's home p-irk was some 40 000 less
than the million and 38 off last yews take. It has been
rumored that the fiery Leo Dutocher will wear the chieftains
feathers next season. ,
The champion Yankees although not having a single 20 20-game
game 20-game winner this season (Cleveland had three, Lemon 0-14,
Wynn 20-9 and Score also 20-9) came up with the leagues first
triple crown winner in switch-hitting M.ckey Mantle. The ver versatile
satile versatile slugger irom Commerce won the batting championship
with a .SbT average, seven points more than his nval d Wil Williams
liams Williams of the Red Sox, drove home 130 tallies, Just two ore
than Detroit's Al Kaline and powered 52 home runs, 20 more
than his nearest rival, Vic Weriz of Cleveland.
The Yanks will take on the National League champs, the
Dodgers, in the World Series which opens in Brooklyn today.
This will mark the 22nd such engagement for the Bombers ox
which they have emerged victorious in 16. Their rivals have
taken part in nine classics of which they have only one triumph
to show. Our pick is the Yankees in r ive games.
Herewith is tne taoie oi mm uj.
Boston, i . 5 4
Detroit. ... 8 5
Baltimore. . 6 4
Cleveland. . 5 3
Kansas City. 5 2
New York. . 6 2
Chicago. ... 6 2
Washington. 6 1
L Pet. R H
1 .800 34 51
2 .667 39 85
2 .887 23 53
2 .600 18 40
3 .400 19 43
4 .333 31 57
4 .333 34 59
4 .200 20 40
32 218 408
JE R H E
7 24 43 4
7 24 88 0
3 27 J
2 24 48 8
4 28 44 4
4 28 S3 4
2 34 62 6
3 29 51 8
32 218 408 32
Season's totals are as follows:
154 97 57
154 88 66
154 85 69
184 84 70
154 82 72
154 69 83
184 59 95
154 62 102
E R H E
"5602 10155 1096 5602 10155 1098
In one of the greatest struggles witnessed to toe history
Sons and the Uth plac! HttM M" ast Sun Sun-dav
dav Sun-dav wm that glorious veteran Duke Sniaer whose Int
Lmote too home runs, chasing home five of the eight Dodger
Smel vSieldT he contributed with a great catch of Bob 8km 8km-tonfdrWe
tonfdrWe 8km-tonfdrWe mtoe eighth toning to avert a pebble Pimte
rally Tne Pirates had a man on base at the ttoe, two were
out and dangerous BUI Virdon, the No. 3 hitter of the league,
Wa8NaUonalbLeague dub. again pinpointed the honesty of the
hart to Dlav ail the way in reaching their goal.
h"pof of tW. was the sparkling Ponnance V
ot L,u rtrdinau when in their final series with the mu
waukAavcs cSpped two of toe three scheduled contest by
L muTmargm of one run the H rm
v,hmi!ter's Bcstine of 20-game winner Warren Spann 10 1 "J
1 'SS. Wetoeler afJer giving up a first toning homer to
bdl Bruton. held toe luckless Braves in check until the fatal
UllTo the faithful Milwaukee fans, this was indeed a cruel
blow and iSh there can be some consolation to be : found
m the tnought ot "wait unto next year,' it is hardly believable
tnat suTh could have been the reward for the Braves, who all
season whU, playing to over gome two million fans at home
W WlSS -rk of toe seven old
Pros Newcombe, Campanella, Hodges, Robinson, Reese, Sniaer
Sd fSo, holdovers irom 1949,, couui not have : been rewara rewara-eTto
eTto rewara-eTto a better manner, and, even if trus proves to be toe last
eason that these indefatigable veterans periorm as a unit,
aamTwuT go down in the Znnals of the Brooklyn ciub as ; the
stason where courage and team-work resulted in the deciding
f&ctor of so thrilling a season as was this of iik.
W VaSuisitlon of 3-year old Sal Maglie, proved a valuable
shot in the arm for the champion Doogers as his aged right
arm was responsible for no less than 13 victories, which i along
wto a no-hitter on the final week of the season, overshadow overshadowed
ed overshadowed the work of every other pitcher with toe sole reception 0f
Sn NewSbV. who experienced his best season as a National
LaaTie pitcher Newcombe was the biggest winner to toe Na Na-tional
tional Na-tional "League with 27 wins and 7 defeats. HKiJ
Last weers piay;
Cincinnati . 3
St. LOUIS. . P
Milwaukee . 4
Chicago. ... 4
Pittsburgh. . 6
W L Pet R H
S 1 .750 p2 43
5 2 .714 38 80
2 1 .887 14 26
3 2 .808 18 86
2 2 .500 16 41
2 3 .400 15 34
1 3 .250 18 44
1 5 .167 13 52
R H E
G W L
159 385 33 159 355 33
E R n
St. Louis .
154 93 61
154 92 62
154 91 63
154 76 78
184 71 83
154 67 87
154 66 88
154 60 94
5084 10189 1023 5884 10188 1023
21 (Stock Jsct) ffk
tkW Mfthhin Vs. v
Camden, N. Y.- (NEA) -Molly
Maid, scheduled te go postward in
The Gardenia at Garden State
Park, is a full sister to Swaps.
Mil ADAMS IR BAITKER
CENTRAL OCT. 9
Baseball fans in the Canal Zone
anri th rtnunir will nr a chance
Saturday evening, Oct. 6, at 7:30,
to watcn tne top teensge-paseDau
players in the Canal Zon in ac-
iinn a'hpn thpv hartlp an Ampriran
Legion All-Star team from the U-
mted states at Albrook Air Force
Base's Beam Stadium,
The Legion All-Start arrived
t 1 cumin International Air Air-pert
pert Air-pert yesterday afternoon at 1:00
and during their stay here will
be guests of the Republic at the
Hotel El Panama.
Th American I.psinn team un
der the auspices of the State De Department
partment Department and coached by Junior
Baseball Commissioner and ex ex-major
major ex-major league star Lou Brissie will
also play in the Republic oi Pana Panama's
ma's Panama's National Stadium Friday
and Sumtav evenings Oct. 5 and
7, against a select group of Pana
Pt Corn fan who managed the
VFW All.Kir this iut spasnn
has been given the responsibility
ot welding togemer a strong team
from the best talent available
Heeding the list of local talent
to George Barbior from Cocoli,
who batted .448 this past season
and will start in the outfield Sat Saturday
urday Saturday along with long ball hitter.
Bruce Batoman, Cocoli, and Cor
bin McCriff also of Cocoli.
Th. nniKanla ctar.'.na nitrhpr fur
tho VFW nine is 1 pm Kirkland.
Cocoli. The catching duties will
. . ii "i D 1
prOOaDiy go 10 uwnie v.ua9c, di-
boa, and rounding out the in field
urlll ha Jcrrv Durfee. ReDublic.
IB; Owen Sutherland, Balboa, 2B':
Charlie French, Balboa, 3B; and
at shortstop Don winkiosay, uia uia-blo
blo uia-blo Heights.
Rounding out the rest -of the
cai squad are: Jim Chalmers, OF,
Republic; John Engelke, OF, Bal-
ooa; joe vioisey, vr,
Terry Corrigan, OF-lF, Balboa;
William Halvosa, IF, v l a o i o
Heights; Robert Hamilton, P-lB,
Balboa; Wayne wau, r, naiDoa;
r.Prpp Kirkland. P-OF. Balboa:
Norman Pedersen, IF, Cocoli;
Pete Corrigan, ur u, naiooa;
Morgan Schoch, P-OF, Balboa;
Rani Rarhara OF. Reoublic: Geo.
Trimhls IB Ralhoa: Bud CurtL
OF, Balboa and a newcomer 10
the team, Ktcme More, wno is a
Assisting Corrigan will be far farmer
mer farmer Balboa High School star Ed Eddie
die Eddie Napolton, who is a member
of the St. Louis Cardinals and
played this past season in the A A-labama
labama A-labama Florida State league.
Members of the visiting team
are: Jerry Berg, SS, Scappoose
Ore.; Frank Carpin, POF, Rich Richmond,
mond, Richmond, Va Major Davis, P. Mia
mi, Fla.; Jan Dawson, IF, Buhl,
Minn.; Walter Engle, C, Tuscon,
Arli Farl Kennedy. P. Powell.
Tenn.; Richard Montee, P-OF, Bill-
tags,, Mont.; Merlin wippen, r r-OF,
OF, r-OF, Mangum, Okla.; Wallace Pal Palmar
mar Palmar IF Pnrtland Me.: Ronald
Peterson, IF, Detroit, Mich.; Ron
nie Spillers, Or, Spencer, La.: wu wu-liam
liam wu-liam Strait, C, Concordia, Kan.;
. i ...ii tr u
H.; George Wilhelm, Jr., P, Vine-
Und, N.J.; and coacnes rete ra ra-lumbo,
lumbo, ra-lumbo, Maplewood, Mo.; and Gil Gilbert
bert Gilbert Archuleta, Albuquerque, N.M.
ENROLLMENT HIGH IN ELE ELEMENTARY
MENTARY ELEMENTARY SWIM CLASSES
The swimming program for
the ore-school, kindergarten,
and elementary school students
now under way at the Balboa
Pool has a record high enroll enrollment
ment enrollment of 370 children from the
Balboa Elementary School. This
figure exceeds by 45 last year s
big turn out.
As previously announced due
to the large number of children
to be accommodated It has been
necessary to allot definite times
during the school year to Bal Bal-boe,
boe, Bal-boe, Ancon. Diablo and St. Ma Mary's
ry's Mary's Schools.
Th schedule for the schools
Balboa Elementary October
1 through December 21, 1956.
Ancon Elementary Decem December
ber December 26 through March 15. 1957.
St. Mary a School December
26 through March IS, 1357.
Diablo Elementarv March
15 through June 7, 1957.
Enrollments for kindergarten
and the pre-school classes are
still being accepted.
Kindergarten classes are held
Moitia and Wednesday, from
10:00 a.m. until 10:45 a.m.; Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and Thursdays from 10:00
a.m. until 10:45 a.m.; and on
Monday and Wednesday after afternoons
noons afternoons from 1:15 p.m. until 2:00
i Pr,. school classes are held on
Tuesdays and Thursdays from
9:00 a.m. until 9:49 a.m.; and
Tuesday and Thursday after afternoons
noons afternoons from 1:15 p.m. until 2:00
BALBOA MEN'S LEAGUE
With George Winquist still in
the lead to the Balboa Meu'o
League, the Lobos again took
four Mints. This time puUnis;
iihe fans out of the panthers. H
R. Knapp also took four point
away from Vespa. Although Ves Ves-pa
pa Ves-pa were two points up at the
end of the ninth frame of the
second game, H. R. Knapp pull pulled
ed pulled a sneak surprise by navmg
three men strike out. Although
'01 Man' Voss was in rare form
wi.h his shorts and Pahl with a
523 they were no match for the
The Ebonites are having no
trouble holding last place. Even
with Lehman's high game of
536, they lost three close points
to the Splits, thereby putting the
Splits back in second place.
2 Lobos 31 3
4 Splits IS 11
1 H. R Knapp ..... 12 13
6 Vespa 11 13
3 Panthers 9 13
5 Ebonites 6 18
lovino . 127 134 166 427
Boue .... 165 159 152 476
Winquist . 165 190 199 554
Ubben ... 147 166 188 490
604 638 705 1947
Klumpp ... 157 184 171 510
LaBeau ... 139 175 170 484
Walker ... 146 118 180 444
Luttenberger 176 135 155 466
618 612 676 1906
regained 1st place after 4 hard
weeks of battle. This dropped
isthmian into the cellar. Hign
tor Ebonite was Mario LaMaes LaMaes-tra
tra LaMaes-tra with 630 and backed up by
Tom Thomas 458, Tim Dwyer's
433 and Marge Dwyer's 357. Hign
for Isthmian, Bob Morrow 444.
John and Ruth Assizer 432 and
C. A. High's Contractors in
winning 3 games to l from
Steward's Electricians, remained
tied for 2nd place with Chevro Chevrolet,
let, Chevrolet, but their margin from 1st
piace was cut from t taw ic'
only l game out. .High for the
Contractors was Ed uussen 46.1
and Norma Russell 384. High for
ths Electricians was Ernie Cam Cam-plse
plse Cam-plse 443 and Dick Brown 390.
Next week should be interest interesting
ing interesting with Paredes Chevrolets go going
ing going against Steward's Electri
cians, Oilogly's isthmians meet
C. A. High's Contactors and the
improved Rudelshelm's Baxters
take on the fabulous Lou Glud's
Standings W L T. Pins
Ebonites 27 17 26623
Chevrolet 26 18 26628
C. A. High 26 18 26567
Steward Electric. 21 23 2fi029
i Baxter 28 25998
isthmian 15 29 26120
Men's RVgh Average
Mario LaMaestra 174
Tom Kllgallan 16
Ed Russell 159
Women's High Average
Mayre Kllgallan 135
Norma Russell 125
Joan Rogers 122
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BRANIFF AIRWAYS TEAM The Eraniff In ternatlonal Airways is represented by the above
bowlers in the Diablo Mixed league Braniff is a holdover from last season This year's team
is the same as the club that flnisned last yaar 's schedule. Reading left to right, Del Peters,
Swede Nelson, Capt. Harry Klumpp, Ken Woodcock and Liz Coleman. (Photo by Earl Duke)
H. R. Knapn
Sonne id e r 153 194 168 515
Plletsky 187 144 170 501
Wickham . 193 175 134 502
Turner ... 178 164 184 526
711 677 656 2044
. 133 129 112 374
. 158 171 179 508
. 117 153 131 401
. 150 199 174 523
558 652 596 1806
Irwin .... 125 188 191 454
Patterson 141 148 118 399
Banks .... 149 167 199 515
Pope .... 174 119 146 489
589 564 654 1807
Amato . . 160 158 150 463
Deveau ... 125 138 124 387
Barbee ... 175 145 180 480
Lehman ... 141 178 217 536
001 819 651 1891
BAXTER DROPS CHEVROLET
OUT OF 1ST PLACE IN WEST
BANK BOWLING LEAGUE
Baxter did Chevrolet Just like
St. Louis did Milwaukee. Chick
Smeraglia came through with a
smashing 462 series to lead Ru Ru-deisheims
deisheims Ru-deisheims Baxters in taking 4
game's from 1st place Chevrolet.
This dropped Paredes' Chevro Chevrolet's
let's Chevrolet's into a tie for 2nd with C.A.
High and both teams are only
one game behind league leaders,
"Ebonite." Helping Chick for
Baxter was Joan Rogers with
417 and chuck Rogers 421. A
blind for the second week In a
row hurt Chevrolet again. High
for Chevy was Tom Kllgallan
514 and Don Strumpfer 409.
Lou Glud's Ebonites, with a
blind all the way, won 4 games
from Giloglys Isthmians and
Along The Fairways
J. Altlzer . 127 151 154 432
R. Altlser . 109 128 120 357
C. Nufies . 128 112 125 365
B. Morrow .111 07 i oo
Bob Mnrrnnr 1A9 ie I
iiM n tvt
nanaicap . m 171 171 513
808 794 808 2410
Lon Glud's Rhnnlte.
Tim Dwyer 171 143 119 433
m. Dwyer . 124 135 98 357
T. Thomas 138 153 167 458
LaMaestra 222 209 199 630
Blind .... 125 125 125 375
HandlcaD . 110 110 110 330
896 875 818 2583
The field o p ayers in the Wom
en's Isthmian Championship Tour 1
nament was really out down tart
week when some really hot matc.i
es were played. The hottest o
these begin between Connie Bu Bu-hop
hop Bu-hop and Irene "Hot Shot" Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. Not only wa Irene p'aying
real golf, she also got all the good
break;. Irene took the match over
Connie 3 and 2.
The match between Cleo Burn
and Lee Knuth couldn't be playei
so Cleo took it by default. Be 1
Fish won over Erline Dials, 6 and
5. Marlon Taylor downed Dottie
La Croix 4 and 3.
The bi& match, of this week will,
of coursi, be between Cleo Burns
and Irene Koljinson. If Irene can
piay as well against Cleo as she
did agaiust Connie,; it w i 11 be
worthwhile for -you gins to cauw
out and watch. These are the final
matches and we should be on
land to ceiebrale the girls' victory.
WATERTOWN, N.Y. (UP) -What
this country needs, stya
County Judge Clarence F. Guar
is a spanking machine in youth
courts. "It would be a grand eon eon-'r
'r eon-'r 'vition tt less delinquency,, he
DETROIT (UP) The Fotd
Motor Co. is using bacteria to
cleanse waste industrial water
poisoned by phenol. Tests are un under
der under way to determine the
amounts nf phenol waste the bac bacteria
teria bacteria will eat and whether it
would be practical to build a
large facility employing the bac bacteria
teria bacteria as a clean ing agent.
7r-v i-nconro .35 JH
Double in Cinemascope I
Jane Russell In 1
"The Revolt of Mamie StoWer
Gordon MacRae in m
N 1 HI
Today IDEAL 20 .10
Spanish Double! 0,r
Pedro Infants in
"A TODA MAQU1NA';,:
Emilia Guiu In V
"ANGELES EN LA CALLS"
D. Strumpfer 137 151 121 409
Fowler ... 124 117 154 395
Blind .... 125 125 125 375
A. Strumpfer 126 81 127 334
Kllgallan . 183 174 157 514
Handicap . 110 110 110 330
Davis .... 160
J. Rogers . 156
B. Smeraglia 94
C. Smeraglia 150
C. Rogers . 171
Handicap . 175
758 794 2357
142 115 417
148 113 417
106 118 318
153 169 462
117 133 421
175 175 525
906 841 813 2560
C. A. High Contractors
Tom Roach 170 168 112 450
Fay Roach 125 109 128 382
D. Gwarek 125 176 119 420
N. Russell 138 127 119 384
Ed Russell 144 155 169 488
Handicap .. 134 134 134 402
836 869 781 2486
Blandford . 113 131 123 387
LIU Brown 94 100 114 308
Ray Chavez 128 115 143 386
D. Brown . 123 139 128 390
E. Campise 134 136 173 443
Handicap . 141 141 141 423
733 "762 822 2317
LADIES SWIM CLASS AT
A swimming class for ladles has
been scheduled at the Balboa
pool. The class will be held from
9:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. on
Monday and Wednesday morn mornings.
ings. mornings. Instruction will be offered
for non-swimmers and for indi individuals
viduals individuals who can swim but are
desirous of securing additional
Instruction. These classes have
proven very popular In the oast.
Rf Tistratlon can be made at
the first class session which will
be hiiA on Monday, Ortober S.
Therr- is no charge for the in in-rsrttd'on
rsrttd'on in-rsrttd'on which oft-'red as
itVr th sw no urogram
c! tiic iJivisian oi Schcms,
Last Sunday's outing left
nothing, to be desired from a
skin' diving viewpoint, as every everyone
one everyone on board had a. wonderful
time. On the way out to Otoque,
the boat developed a leaky fuel
pXunp and to view of the delay
those aboard decided to loieco
the O toque excursion and dive
at Tabogullla Instead.
Th water was very clear, vis visibility
ibility visibility near the surface being
almost 50 feet. Bob Forcey and
Ron Jensen were the first to hit
the wa-.er and Bob was back a
few minutes later with the first
fish. Ron saw his first shark
and was somewhat hesitant a a-bout
bout a-bout making its acquaintance.
Patricia Lee was seen to swim
all about the general area bub bubbling
bling bubbling with enthusiasm and
pointing at every multi-colored
fish that swam past.' The boat
proceeded then to a spot called
Tabogullla reef, where Bob Mc Mc-Ilvalne,
Ilvalne, Mc-Ilvalne, George Nottingham, and
Will Reese descended with dlv dlv-ing
ing dlv-ing apparatus. Bob speared a
large jewfish and was immedi immediately
ately immediately grabbed on the seat of tne
pants by Reese. The Jewfish
snapped the cable, managed to
get away, and Bob almost lost
nis bathing suit. George expe experienced
rienced experienced some trouble with his
air and returned to the boat
Bruce Mayo did some skin div diving
ing diving over the reef and comment commented
ed commented on the beauty of this parti particular
cular particular spot. The boat proceeded
to Taboga for lunch and a frolic
to the waves, then back to Ta Ta-boguilla
boguilla Ta-boguilla where Martie Weyen Weyen-eth
eth Weyen-eth and Christina caceres gath gathered
ered gathered coral. Then a course for
home, group singing, and tall
'ales a ;ruly wonderful time
Thirty .lour persons atniuia
the meeting last night at the El
Panama swimmina- dooI. and
fivp nfu mpmhArc ni.r. .M.nt.H
into the club. The business
meeting lasted an hour and
many interesting discussions
took place. No trip Is planned
for this weekend, as the San
Bias trip will take place the fol following
lowing following weekend and everyone
wants to prepare for that one.
. Membership cards were hand handed
ed handed Ottt to members and George
Nottingham the trip chairman
spearheaded an interesting con conversation
versation conversation concerning safety in
Two reports of good deeds by
club mrmber8 were brought uo
and it was decided that in the
I future club members would do
; everything possible to help per-,
sons locate lost belongings un-l
jderwater. Ed Abbot was called
;to locate a transformer, and
found It. Will Reese was asked
uo find a wrist watch at the
Balboa ferry but was unable to
1 Following the meeting, mem mem-bers
bers mem-bers adjourned to the swim swim-iming
iming swim-iming pool where everyone tried
out an underwater breathing
! apparatus. Albin Reynolds, deft deftly
ly deftly sidestepping splashings from
Ithe pool managed to take some
Next week's meeting is set for
j Tuesday night at 8. at pooiside
at the Houi ei Panama, inter interested
ested interested persons are cordially in invited
vited invited to attend.
STOCK CAR SWAG
Davlona Beach. Fla-(NE4-
Curtis Turner of Roanoke, Va
I won x mf.r stock cu race in
gm 8- ; .-
' JH Kflk
H ill iiiiBI In IW-a
: iTTii'ili 1 V
ARROW is the word .
... the latest word in quality and style. And ARROW is
the shirt youU always wear proudly and comfortably.
You'll find a wide assortment of arrow Fancy Shirts
from soft pastel tones to checks and stripes. And arrow
Sport Shirts are a wonder of smartness and comfort.
When it comes to white shirts, our latest collection is
superb. All tailored in the famous arrow tradition -all
"Sanforized" labeled for permanent fit.
Whether you like them plain or fancy, there is an arrow
Shirt to satisfy your taste. At the better stores every where.
FIRST IN FASHION
With men's white and fancy shirts,
ties, handkerchiefs, uMfcrwea
iporcswear, ilaclu, swim trunks
nd boys' wear.
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER I, 95f
YOU CAN PLACE YOUR AD AT 14 DIFFERENT LOCALITIES IN THE CITY
inexpensive Want Ads Bring Qmeh Results!
LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUR AGENTS OR OUR OFFICES AT 57 "H" STREET, PANAMA
B PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
Phone Panama 2-055!
Write Box L. Balboa. C
Hours 8 to T2, 1:30 to 9
ctnrdavs tam tn noOU.
After hours psn i-1050
Automobile, pire. etc
TRANSPORT!! IaxtW. 5. A.
Packer WgUiF -Phones
iA Bt : j ..I i
"- "no ar
itjAMA RIDlMr. SCHOOL
Riding J""N Oaite
to 5 a.m. Phon 2-2451
ar ar appointment.
classic, popular anil is1
37 Street No. -A Tel. 3"1596
Open until 7:0 p.m.
Learn 5 Dances for $15
Tanf o ft etc.
CHn Your ft am..
MeLevy Machines. Massage
Steam Bath mala and fen"
SI Ar. JjHte. Arosemena 3-22"
Or. SCHOU. tralnt Chiropodist
t5 Fire DivM
Employes On Zone
Promotion of 15 men in the
FTfe Division to lieutenants or
sergeants became effective' this
week. This was the second large
- t ornmnttn v.. wifl.de
as a result of the consolidation!
ji.httviM ...... rn I
ot nre ub""r racinties v
Cftal Zone. About six other pro-,
motions are to be made withn.
the next few months which wll
complete tne officer personnel
of the Canal Zone Qovernmen is
fire fighting forces.
aix lire osboijs were 1---moted
to Lieutenant, and JJ1"'
fire fighters Wer, promoted to
sergeants this week. Most of tne
MM., nt service, nnm. uiwu
the States. nu tne stauoi.i
which iney c mssignea f('. ev. MUton i. torjjg, the firamons, Mrs. William Ac Ac-Edward
Edward Ac-Edward E. Albin, 20 years, class studied the beginning of the;ket Mrs- Edward Mack, Mrs
mow vnrir City- pn station, modem w.v .School m... Leonard L. Miiw cr, j L"
New York City; P. a D station
jqhn R. Olsen ,lj years, Brook-
lyn; Balboa. .J"WI was Robert Raikes. Raikes
t,o- IT. Br van 11 vears. started hi. rint Simdsv c.i
Texarkana, Texas; cocoli. .!ine home of a Mrs. King in the
ft 1 1 r m 1 1 i.ovr.11 r an os m l s
Robert E- Welboume,
Cook nd ferwral KottKkeeper. ftjJJ
time, food ". no children
days vaeB' """nal. Mint ,';
feianew M yw ot te. APP'J
this Sunday from ? 1, j ,.m
I SECURITIES IN PANAMA
ARIAS MATIW8I ASSOCIATT
Abattoir Naeional ig
Banet l"1dueirie ilt
Cemento Pan am
Cerveceri "aclonal ....
Chirlcana 4e teehe ....
aunt at CecnordtJe
tret with Com
ortiladora NedorvtJ ...
Pre, eritb Com
fituinzaa, S A
Frel wKb Com
fuerta y LutPTot. ...
fuerz y Lua Com. ...
Hoteien interan desman.
General da 8earo ...
pjfitnef de Acerleo .
Panamefta d Plbrat ..
Panamefta d Seguro ..
pMiameria d Tatateo
Aftnciaa inttrnal. da Pueiicaciones
No. 1 Lottery Wan
Central Art 45
ATTENTION. 6. M Just built
"odrn furnithed apartments. I,
2 bcdroomi, bet. cold water
phen Pnma 3-4941.
OR RENT: Apartment No.
27, Francisco Fit Street. Vista
FOR RENT: 3 -bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with riving room, dining
"om, two large porches, maid's
rom and bath, kitchen, pantry.
Sarage with doors I; arincipall
erhroom has tub, shower, ate;
edroom Neon polished hard-.
od; completely creened and
Piped far hot water. It has gar garden
den garden front. Rnt $100. Situated
Bell Vhrta. Me Panama 3 3-0763
0763 3-0763 or 2-0027.
POR RENT: Furnished, 2 bed bed-roms,
roms, bed-roms, liring-dining room, two
throomt, porch, cool. 48th St.
No. 27, Apartment No. 4.
POR RENT: Furnithed apart apartment
ment apartment at San Francisco, beside
"ootav.it Theater, overlooking
'AS Cornmissary Via Porras
20. Phone 3-5024.
'OR? RENT: '-bedroom apart apartment
ment apartment with large dining and liv liv-'"
'" liv-'" room, kitchen with stove and
"Mter. It Cangrejo. Phone 3-
POR RENT: NIc. furnf.h.d
Prtment. Very attractive, ouiet
fwidential teetlen. Fair price.
yie Br.sil No. 121 Phn. 3-
POR RENT: Comfortable -Prtmnt
3 kedreoma, 2 bath bath-"mi,
"mi, bath-"mi, living room, dining room.
taaLI1. miAmm aaraae 4i.l
. wwwmt 'win ar
POR RENT. From October 15,
modern tumished aaartau. -i
tw bedrooms, with all conveni conveniences
ences conveniences at $90 monthly. Btw
bu'lding. Automobile Raw, eor eor-Of
Of eor-Of 3 ltt fti Mariano Arose -rnna
;,.. Call Pan....
UJ" 3-729? Mr. Tiv,tM
- -. ran-
'OR RENT: Furniihed, com-
"tebl apartment. North Amer Amer-,cn
,cn Amer-,cn neighbor!. Regular transnor-
NJn, $50. Phone 3-0471
'OR RENT: New, icrtaned 3 3-fOoVoem
fOoVoem 3-fOoVoem apartment, 2 bafht
room, bath and laundry
Ptc). hot wNr installation
$'30. Near Sanfuario Naeion.1.
vilb, October 15. Ph,, 2.
41 aHIca heura,
'OR RENT: Furnithed un.
,t'"i,ned comfortable epartment
J-olng room, dining room, two,
4?"' J ''"'nr.
-2i Street No. 64
f J rl I r t
V.UfiJ7u(r V-hUtCH Srnffc
i uiw- V.ffUfi.ff JIQrTS
Teacher Training Classes
naer the direcuon of the pas-
ounauj v-uvi movement.1
ine father of the modern Si,nd.
-""r u 111 LUC
year of 1780 in Glouchester, Eng-
a Was iroin uu numble be be-gnmng
gnmng be-gnmng i this home that the
1 -j nuwi c across
America and around the world has
wn into tne minions of pupils
uTho ia will bo hold h
Monday evening for a 12-wrk
froJ in the Curundu Protottant
Jnurch for two-hour period,
from 7.9 .,. Cutset will um
workbook, filmttrips an(
diCUtin. Those completing the
"ure will b given a certificate
years, Haxelton, Indiana; Oam Oam-00a.
00a. Oam-00a. Roger E. Hanor, 14 years,
Brownsvale, MinnesoU; Mad Madden
den Madden Wye.
, James P. McGloin, 15 years,
knR Island, N.Y.; Port Sher Sherman.
man. Sherman. Xne new fire sergeants are:
Hugh D. Hale, eight years, of
Ancon, P.A.D.: Howard H. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander In run Rnltnn m.
Corozal; Frederick A. Mohl, 14
vear. Ancon, Balboa; Jo, stab stab-f
f stab-f 10 years, Houston, Texas.
t Kobbe; James A. Low 12
years, Greensboro, N. c. Mad Madden
den Madden Wv- Jerome Hardin mht
I'll V snr t a vstLJlu
years, Louisville. Ky.. Balboa;
frank nnnv tv vearc
Ohio, Balboa; Matthew J.
five years. Baltimore
M., Cocoli; John W. Dwyer, 14
years, Massachusetts, Qatun and
ft- Sherman: Henry &. Sellner
two years. Prince George, Md.
Corozal; Robert L. Austin, three
years, New York City, Coco Solo
and pnn. ertitm niwi... ...
weman, two years, Massachu Massachusetts
setts Massachusetts Cristobal rnd Mrrarita-
Georee O. Flores, Costa Ri
c. Cristobal. 1
ltt U Carrasguilla
No. M "B" Street
4th ef July Ave. J St
FOR SALE Deep freest refri refrigerator,
gerator, refrigerator, gaod condition $125.
Orlando Place. 0857 -A. Balboa.
FOR SALE: "Maytag" washing
machine, good serviceable con condition,
dition, condition, brand new 25-cycl mo motor,
tor, motor, $75. Phone Ft. Kobbe 2289.
FOR SALE: Air conditioner 3 4
ton, now, in original case; alto
automatic ironar. Phone 3-5161.
FOR SALE: Washer automatic
Wettinghoutt deluxe $75. Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook 3122.
FOR SALE: 3-pc. mahogany
living room tat (needt uphel uphel-steringi
steringi uphel-steringi $30; metal desk $10;
Polaroid land camera with light
meter $50 1 just right for high
school outings, bargain price).
Houte 2396-D, Cocoli.
John L. Lewis Urges
Miners To Elect
CINCINNATI Hot fat 5 MIPl
unuea Mine workere cmei
Tnrin T. I.OQMc Viae) nrlrnrl Vila Antt
000 miners 10 worn nara lor ine
p urnnn m rnrtrrs1nriol cjnn
dates and skip the presidential
Lewis is reported to be oppos opposed
ed opposed to anv pnrlnrspinont nf a na
tional nresidentlfl) tlrlrBt. hpeanso
it might detract from union ef efforts
forts efforts to elect congressmen
inenaiy 10 laoor.
The UMW endorseri Arllai Ste
venson in 1952 and BVanklln D.
Roosevf It In 1936. Lewis made a
personal endorsement of Wen Wendell
dell Wendell Wlllkie In 1940 but the UMW
itself took no stanr!
The 76-year-old chief of the
mine workers has passed the
word that he would iiir to .pp
the union concentrate on Con Congress.
gress. Congress. He feels most UMW mem-
bers will vote for the national
Democratic ticket anyway.
The bie indenendont. iinlnn
has endorsed 31 Democrats and
seven nepuDiicans for the House
of Representatives and seven
Democrats for tho sQ0
candidates are In 17 coai-pro-
Lewis said at t.h
yesterday he had no presiden presidential
tial presidential preference that he "would
care to express" at this time. He
said the 3000 delegates now
meetine here "111 h... u.
will in deciding whether to back
a prtainermai candidate.
w.axweu, jim Maxwell, Mrs.
r." v r"i ana Mrs.
Urbm L. Johnston. .Ir Un
ionns0"- ,Mrs- J- L. Blackwell,
Mrs Paulina n....- u.. aiT!
Scandntt, Miss Minnie F. Henne,
. 0no TLb t v-v ....
SP3 John R. Davis, Mrs. Ben
H.euzmans Mrs. Jean Stiles, Miss
nii fill star. r .,
Betty Stiles, Miss Betty Jo Opry,
Mrs. Lois Leidig, Mrs. Otis Baron,
Major and Mrs. H. W. Von Nessen,
Virgil R Worsham. A total of 35
persons are enrolled in the class.
"fill 10:00 p.m
CORNER 'H" and D Alt I EN
Ave. Tivoll No 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS UNIDOS
149 Central Ave.
IN Ceatnl Avenue
box 1211. cristoral, c.z.
lectors Club it presently being
organized with possible National
Association. Opportunity to be e
Charter Member. Phone 3-1681
DR. WENDEH AKE Medical Clin Clinic.
ic. Clinic. Day-Night Service. Opposite
Chat Bank Phone 2-3479 Pan Panama.
ama. Panama. FOR SALE
FOR SALE: Singer Zig-Zag
tewing machine, latest model, 9
montht use Information 2363 2363-O,
O, 2363-O, Cocoli.
FOR SALE: Underwood ma machine.
chine. machine. Call Clayton 7140 after
FOR SALE: Mahogany desk
with matching stool, new condi condition.
tion. condition. Reasonable. Call Curundu
4272 from 5 p.m. On.
POR SALE: Ham transmitter
2560-cycle, capable of 600
wartt modulated RF, PP 81 3s. in
' 0( cabinet. Alto Meisner
iflnl shifter 2560-cycle. Make
your offer. 16-7192.
POR RENT: Modern commer commercial
cial commercial space at $440 monthly in
new building just finished on
Automobile Row, corner 3 1 it &
Mariano Arosemena Streets; or
Pert of tame tpact at conven conventional
tional conventional monthly rent. Call Mr.
a VSri fnm 2"5 P Pnene
LOST & FOUND
LOST: Brown and white femal
t wearing coder. Reword. Con-
5 4:15 end
2-2752 after 4:15.
tion will be admlaistered at the
dral Sunday, at 11 a.m.
Please register on time and
onng in your baptismal record
Tne ennfirmatinn mill i -j
- ..... v.. hi uc au-
ministered by the Most n
Jesus Serrano Pastor,
Beeinnino Sundav on IVanlnm
Mas will be said every Sunday
at 5 D.m to offer n m.
tunlty to attend Mass to all
wiose prevented to do so on
Sunday morning. It is an obll-
e catholics to
:rv Sundav and
P.A.A. STAMP EXHIBIT
NOW BEING SHOWN
ON THE ISTHMUS
An unusual exhibition nf air
(Mall covers, carried' on historic
urst mghts during the past
quarter of a century by Pan A A-merlcan
merlcan A-merlcan World Airways, is now
On disnlav hern
Under the sponsorship of the
rt.ILi ma m. . 1
vanuucan stamp uiuo 01 uve
Canal Zone, the P.A.A. exhibit is
now m uie uanai &one uorary
diSDlav pases in the Civil Af.
fairs building and will be there
tin til it 1 i i . a
uum wwraer o wnen me exnioit
will be moved to the main lob lobby
by lobby ol El Panama Hotel. Atlantic
siofc residents will have the op
portunity to view ine covers in
the theatre lobbv of the f.rlsrri-
bal Service Center from October
n to 23.
Aviation history in Latin A-
merica sinne the first, dinner
flew from Kev West to Havana
in 1927, is written In these first
flight covers. Include in the
exhibit are 140 covers whirh
trace the exDanslon of P A A.
service, not only In the Western
Hemisphere, but around the
The histnrip rovers are arrant.
ed in 12 aluminum frames, 32
by .40 inches, and are sealed he.
hind grass to preserve the valu valuable
able valuable philatelic collection which
records first flights by P.A.A.,
across the Atlantic And Pnelfle
in becoming the first airline to
circie tne plobe.
The P. A. A. display Is on tour
of Latin America and come to
the Isthmus after showing In
Mexico and Honduras. There Is
no charge to view this exhibit
which is of interest to non non-nhilateligts
nhilateligts non-nhilateligts as well as collectors.
to cnuoren as well as adults. It
is educational and interesting.
Tn nddlHnn the l!arihK..n
StamD Club has an Interesting
uonccuon 01 nrsi iusjnr, cover."
belon'"- to the members which
's a'sn an dlanlav In the rHvlI
Affairs building. (Mercurlol
The latest in... "56 Fiat Station
Wagon. Perfect condition. Ideal
for business or pleasure. It's yours
or $1595. C0LPAN MOTORS,
Here's buy. 1952 Chevrolet
4-door tedan. Just one owner.
You'll be proud to drive it. Ima Imagine!
gine! Imagine! Only $795. COLPAN MO MOTORS.
TORS. MOTORS. Automobile Row.
DON'T WATCH THE FORDS
GO BY! Own one. .. 1950 4-dr.
tedan, perfect condition. Now
only $495 COLPAN MOTORS,
Thit may be for you. Lett of
fine service. Dodge 1941 for
tale at only $195. So it now
at COLPAN MOTORS, Automo Automobile
bile Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: 1947 BHick $,, $,,-ette
ette $,,-ette $200. If interested phone
POR SALE: 1951 Plymouth,
very good condition $400. Call
2-24B7 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet
Convertible, 3 new tires, new
battery. Bert offer ever $375.
Homo. 5064-A, next Diablo
Clubhouse Phone Bal. 2578.
FOR SALE: 1954 Ford V-8
'""jo Fordor, good condition.
18,000 miles by original owner.
Phono Balboa 1789.
The memhere nf the i
vation Army 14th Street Co--ps
mill tnimen i .
..... B 1 rural contest on
Fridav rvt 01
8 o-ci66k; w
An open-air meeting will pre precede
cede precede the rally.
There will he .v.n.i. ....
- o"uik musical
program and the Young Peo People's
ple's People's section of .the corps will
Brag'" Play entltled- "Don,t
JumL f the rally-cntest
FestlvS. COrpS Harvest
A tWO-Weetr Uroinrn.
snonsnred K., k t -r, .5
y lJW:al ijoliricii
: Jr ucgau at tne farai farai-so
so farai-so ana Ramhr,,. .-.i...
. v SJCOUt
shacks respectively -on the Pad-
lie and At.lnntin t..
. 1 .111. y. 1 1 iisu OIUCO, lain, L-
urday sept. 29. complete satis satis-faction
faction satis-faction with the progress of the
first nha.se nf th.
ing program was expressed from
NffiUr. FvoimiI m i i ....
-v tuwn-1 iHiiinifT out out-r
r out-r Raymond George, who feels
that the training and inspection
teams are SO far dnin
There are eight full patrols
.......v....B -iLugcuiei 13 irain-
ees, 60 from the Internaitional
j owut uigaiuzanon and 13
from the Panama Boy Scout As Association
sociation Association (l from Colon at Rain Rainbow
bow Rainbow City and 12 from Panama
at Paraiso) participating in the
Visitors from the lncal
Cil Include President, srlllc
cett. Who spent a lengthy visit
at, -uic i-araiso scout shack on
Saturday evening watching the
coordinated team work of the
instructors forming the training
team and left with the satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction that thp nrotrram is In nnnd
hands and going smoothly.
Members of the Troop Com Committees
mittees Committees of Troop 7 at Paraiso
and Troop 13 at Rainbow city
prepared and served coffee for
The traininc nrotrram wit) he
concluded the weekend of Oct
13, wnen a combined over-night
camp will be held on the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic side for these young men
trained in the art of living and
taking care of themselves in a a-reas
reas a-reas not equipped with all the
facilities of modern civilization.
OWL AND PIGEONS
BEND, Ore. (UP) The Rev.
Roger Anderson, pastor of St.
Francis Church nut a ci,,fr,i
owl on the tower to scare off
pigeons. It didn't work for Ions,
but Father Anderson said there's
one spot the birds don't perch on,
Need an extra car?
Drive a sparkling new ear
as your own.
iii ma bt n i
FIESTA CAR RENTALS
HOTEL EL PANAMA
CALL: Pan. 3-4568 Colon 74
J. Fco. de la Oasa Ave. No. 41
Justo Arosemena Ave. and J3 St.
M Street No a
PHILLIPS Oceaniide Cottages,
Santa Clara, lex 435. Balboa
Phone Panama 3-1877, Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S COTTAGES and large
beech houte. One mite part Ca Casino.
sino. Casino. Phone Balboa 1866.
Baldwin'i furnithed apartments
at Santa Clara Beach Telephone
Smith. Balboa 3681.
Grtmlkh'i Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate rates. Phone Gam boa
JACOttT ON BtflXil
By OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
WEST BAST (D)
Vfi VAJ 9 7 4 2
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Both sides vul.
East Sooth West North
IV Pass Pass Double
2 V Double 34 Pass
4 4 4f Pas Pass
Opening lead v f
East tried hard to keen South
from finding a sound spade con-
iraci, put in vain, ine omaing
made it clear that most of North's
strength, such as it was. was in
the black suits. Hence there was
bound to be a reasonable olay for
west opened the singleton
heart to his partner's ace and
rutted tne heart return. West next
led the .queen of diamonds, and
souths only problem was to
limit the trump loss to one trick.
The only missing trumps were the
ace, the jack and the nine. How
should he play the trumps?
The acutal declarer found the
only way to lose his contract. He
led a low trump from his hand
and put up dummy's queen to drive
out the ace. East promptly led
another heart, and West could
over-ruff the dummy with the jack
South missed the point of the
hand when he used un dummy's
queen of spades. That card must
be kept to guard against a second
heart ruff. South can begin the
trumps by leading the king from
ma own nana, or tie can enter
dummy with a club in order to
begin the trumps with a low card
from dummy. Either way enables
declarer to draw trumps with the
loss of only one trump trick.
Former CZ Student
From Ruloers U.
Alan P. Bent urhn imaa r.
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nal Zone schools and was grad-
itdicu irom uaiDoa High School,
has been selected for a fellowship
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sity. university. He was one of two recently
appointed to posts at Rutgers, ac
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nemz is inp snn nf Mr nH Mr.
Paul A. Bentz. of Ralhna Heiohtc'
his father being the General Coun
sel p tne tanaroa cnil Comoa-
nv. He snent his vnnth in Iho r
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versity 01 Minnesota, tie was as-
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Adventure Courses To Begin
Tuesday At Balboa YMCA
A brand new approach toout-
door adventure .in the Panama
area win start next Tnesdo,, .i
7:30 p.m. at the Balboa YMCA.
epeaicera from last fall's
successful series, called "More
About Panama." helned tn A
. 1 W Mt-
velop these new programs. Each
progiiun is not merely a pure
lecture, but nresents
AS COlOr movies anrl cHHc
j : wuvrj, OilU
demonstrations of equipment
To start off the el rant
Paul W. Van Boven win tit nn
the subject "Air Rescue." The
captain, previously operations
officer for the 26th Air Rescue
Squadron, is now officer in
charge of base rescue at Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook Air Force -Base.
His experience in rescue work
extends over the past five years
mrougn japan, Korea, and the
United States. He will bring color
val Academy m 1949-51, and for
the past five years had been em
ployed in the pharmeceutical divi
sion of American Cynamid.
He was selected for the Colgate Colgate-Palmolive
Palmolive Colgate-Palmolive Fellowship at Rutgers.
This is one of many fellowships
Deing made available by indus industrial
trial industrial firms in the United Stat o s.
While pursuing the special sub subjects
jects subjects to which he is assigned, Mr.
Bents will also teach at Rutgers
and do work for his doctorate in
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sound movies on rescue opera operations
tions operations during the recent floods
in Honduras. David, and Costa
Rica, of Bocas del Toro, El Vol Vol-can,
can, Vol-can, and operations at local air
crashes will also be shown. This
is an excellent opportHnfty for
hose in attendance to see color
films of this area taken from
the air ,as well as of air rescue
work in Panama.
The series will last for eight
Tuesdays with the following top topics
ics topics to be covered:
Oct. 16 By-ways, of Panama Panama-Mrs.
Mrs. Panama-Mrs. Mercedes Alegre Smith.
Oct. 23 Flowers of Panama Panama-Mr.
Mr. Panama-Mr. and Mrs. Neil Bejland.
Oct. 30 The Isthmus, Ancient
Crossroads of the World-Kenneth
Nov. 6 -Adventure Underwater-Robert
Nov. 13 Nature Ljpre As a
Hobby William Lundy.
Nov. 20 Indians of Ecuador Ecuador-Vincent
Vincent Ecuador-Vincent Biava.
Nov. 27 Jungle Survival- A A-drian
drian A-drian Bouche.
There will be no charge for
the series, however interested
persons are advised to register
for the course at the Balboa
YMCA prior to Oct. 9. Space a a-vailable,
vailable, a-vailable, a weekly story will ap appear
pear appear in this paper, giving a
brief sketch of each of the
speakers and their topics for
Center Theatres Tonight
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Thurs. "Second Greatest Sex"
"RAINS OF RANCHIPUR"
Fri. "Winslow Boy"
MARGARITA 6:15 8:05
"PHENIX CITY STORY"
Thurs. "Appointment In
CRISTOBAL 6:15 8:10
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"A KISS BEFORE DYING"
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SCORE BY INNINGS:
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H
YANKEES 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0-3 9
DODGERS 0 23 1 0 0 0 0 x-6 9
Dodgers Beat Yankees 6 to 3
In World Series Opener
The defending world champion Brooklyn Dodgers drew first blood in
their home park at Ebbets Field with a 6-3 victory over the favored New York
Yankees behind the brilliant ine-hit pitching of 39-year-old Sal Maglie.
Read story on page
Maglie, backed up by perfect fielding, pitched
himself out of tough situations in the third, fifth
and sixth innings. Two of the nine hits of the swar swarthy
thy swarthy veteran righthander were home runs that ac accounted
counted accounted for all the Yankee scoring.
Mickey Mantle smashed a drive far over the
right field wall with Enos Slaughter on base to put
the Yankees ahead 2-0 in the first inning. Billy Mar Martin
tin Martin had a solo homer in the fourth for the Yankees'
ine Dodgers tied the score in the second on
Jackie Robinson's bases empty homer and another
run on a single by Gil Hodges and Carl Furillo's
The Dodgers broKe uie game wide open with a
three-run rally in the third, the product of Hodges
three run homer into the left field seats. The Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers added an insurance run in the fourth.
A crowd of 34,479 fans paid their way to see
Brooklyn make a successful opening game attempt
to prove that their World Series victory of last year
was no fluke.
Winning piteher Maglie struck out ten Yankees.
The Yankees started with loser Whitey Ford. He
was followed to the mound by Johnny Kucks, Tom
Morgan and Bob Turley.
The play by play:
YANKEES: Hank Bauar, right field- THIRD INNING
r, leading off against Dodger start-1 YANKEES: Bauer singled to left,
ing pitcher Sal Maglie, grounded out Slaughter singled by the shortstop
to third. Enos Slaughter, left fielder, j Mantle (truck out. Berra popped out
tingled to right aide of the infield, (to third. Skowron forced Slaughter
Center fielder Mickey Mantle slam
med a drive over the right field wall
into Bedford Avenue for a home run.
Yegi Berra, catcher, walked. First
baseman Bill Skowron struck out
third to second. No runs, two hits,
no errors, two left.
DODGERS: Gilliam popped out to
short. Reese beat out a grounder to
short. Snider popped a single to cen-
Sho.-rstop Gil McDaugald struck out. !'' Robinson flied out against the
Two runs, two hits, no errors, one
" 8 WWv
" all latffi
DODGERS: Jim Gilliam, Dodger sec -end
baseman, leading off against
Yankee starting pitcher Whitey Ford,
grounded out to short. Pee Wee Reese
fined out to Bauer against the right
centerfield wall, the runners holding
Hodges blasted a drive into the left
field seats for a home run. Furillo
flied out to right. Three runs, three
hits, no errors, none left.
YANKEES: McDougald skied to left
center. Martin homered into the left
field stands. Carey flied to right.
George Wilson, pinchhitting for Ford,
struck out. One run, one hit, no er errors,
rors, errors, none left.
DODGERS: Snider lined out to left.
Robinson lined out to lert. Hodges
bounced out to short. No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left.
YANKEES: McDougald struck out.
Martin grounded out to second.! Car Carey
ey Carey beat out a scratch hit. Bob Cerv,
pinchhitting for relief hurler Johnny
Kucks, singled to center. Bauer pop popped
ped popped out to first baseman in short
right. No runs, two hits, no errors,
DODGERS: Furillo, hitting against
Yankee relief hurler Tom Morgan,
bounced out to short. Campanella
lined out to center. Amoros lined out
to center. No runs, no hits, no er errors,
rors, errors, none left.
"Let the people knot the truth and the munfrv f .-" Ahrmlumt
LONDON, Oct. 3. ( UP
, 1 Marilyn Monore
PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1956
wmm m m
j Mickey Mantle
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP) hope thet the presort: difficulties was understandable that
secretary or Mate jonn rosier, would be worked dut. Zone workers ins
n,.i!A -. u ; .., n..n i ... ...
i hcwb lumwtucc, xuiies was asuea lo comment on privileges s u c n is
saia yesterday ne was favorably the inaugural speech of Panama-commissaries and United
impressed wim me moderate lone mai President Ernesto de la Guar Guar-used
used Guar-used by Panamanian leaders in dia in which he said that the a a-criticizing
criticizing a-criticizing the treaty with the U- greements with the United States
nited States. are fraught with defects." Dulles
Dulles acknowledged that the a- said he was favorably impressed
greements regulating the opera-; by' the moderate tone of the
tion of the Panama Canal and the speeches Monday of de la Guardia
treatment of workers were ex-, and of outgoing President Ricardo
tremely complex and difficult to M. Arias Espinosa
MiucutB vuver nis nrst a
kiss, it lasted all day.
rinewood Studio today liftd
the blackout on shooting of th
picture me Sleeping Prince"
tell the glad news.
A studio photograph disclosed
was a kiss in true Monroe fashiol
with Marilyn dressed in a MM
ngnt Diue gown and Sir LaurenC
got up as a prince
As the story goes, Marilyn firs
resists the shy advances of th
foreign- born, royal suitor. The
shp fnlrac tha inifiafl.,.. m.-
Ca n all was asked whether th.r. r. ,n ..j "LUZSrj T""".
Zon vunrW. icitW in i!i. "." .f" Vr,.' icu. American cnorU
..v.nvu inoiatvu til .ii lain uiaua 1U1 II I C I Illicit I III I If III ill II II PI- fftw
government! nate waterways to the Suez and Sh tak. th.
Tone Of Ernestito,
Nevertheless, he stressed that
the United States and Panama
art in full agreement on funda fundamental
mental fundamental issues' and expressed
The secretary pointed out that
as the canal cuts through the mid
But he added that ft was e e-qually
qually e-qually understandable for Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian businessmen to resent
this competition and for Pana Panamanian
manian Panamanian worker to object to the
difference in pay scales. For
these reasons, Dulles Mid it was
extremely difficult to implement
the treaty on a day-to-day basis.
ranama canals. her h. ich.. ..;. i .vl
He said that such projects were her hands, tilts her head up to hi
constantly under study, especially! dropsher heavy lashes against he
in view of the increasing tonnage cheeks, pouts her lips and. . bail
He noted that the U. S. had a This went on all day, accordin
j i Z .t,"-'"8u wmcu uiu- to siudio sources. They said Ollv
Vldcd that if the need o n m r a-j V .CT Y"'
u -1.4 ij 7 1 'i "uc""1 ioe iei lane in
thought could be given to the con- struggle for perfection of camerl
Buuiiiuii ui a waterway mrouen ant? es anrt tim ino
dui ne exuressea noDe mai n ine ( pntra Amor Rn.ih tu. .
die of the Panamanian tprritnrv 1 th tnlrit nf fri.nrf.hi. h.t 1 7i.li "TJV-u ".F. lue stual0 5ala SS Start el
u7 t ii 7 rt """k pic- uii tumu idive some 01 me loan a 9a m and fasted until! nnittin
this naturallv crea.es serious oner- vails between the turn muniri-iLfi th. D,..m. "... n.. r- -v' ".fuu ,aslea unuii quiiun
.i-. i jii;Hi i.. t.. L" m', "--- out tie hi-, ume
O,iuo. uuiiimua M me x ana- wiiic suiuiiuu can ue rauna. oicated mere was nothing imme
manian government. He said it I Earlier in the conference Dulles! diate about these plans.
Adlai Says WorldPowers Ready To Halt
A -Bomb Tests; Calls For 'Moratorium9
DODGERS: Campanella, hitting a-
YANKEES: Slaughter lined to cen center
ter center fielder Snider. Mantle walked.
Berra flied out to right. Skowron was
robbed of a base hit when Gilliam
made a sensational spear of bis line
drive. No runs, no hits, no errors,
DODGERS: Maglie lined out to
center. Gilliam walked. Reese singled
to center but was trapped off first
when Gilliam went to third and Mc McDougald
Dougald McDougald cut off Mantle's throw and
relayed to Skowron at first, Skowron
making the tag. Snider was intention intentionally
ally intentionally walked. Robinson forced Snider
at second. No runs, one hit, no er errors,
rors, errors, one left.
YANKEES: McDougald struck out
for the third time. Martin walked.
Joe Collins, pinchhitting for Andy
Carey, struck out. Tommy Byrne,
pinchhitting for Tom Morgan, fouled
out to the catcher. No runs, no hits,
no errors, one left
DODGERS: Bob Turley replaced
Morgan for the Yankees on the
I mound. Hodges struck out. Furillo
j bounced out to short. Campanella
j struck out. No runs, no hrfs, no
! errors, none left.
"Surely we should carefully
explore these proposals to see
whether they were made In
good faith and whether they
will meett our security require requirements.
ments. requirements. "This administr a 1 1 o n has
even withdrawn its own propos
als when others indicated a
willingness to accept these pro
field wall. Duke Snider grounded out, gainst relief pitcher Johnny Kucks,
runs, doubled to right center. Amoros sin
pitcher to first baseman. No
no hits, no errors, none left.
YANKEES: Billy Martin, second
baseman, fouled out to the catcher.
Third baseman Andy Carey struck out.
Whitey Ford struck out. No runs,
no hits, no errors, none left
DODGERS: Third baseman Jackie
YANKEES: Bauer struck out. Enos
Slaughter singled to left. Mantle hit
to right to score Campanella.
i. i' i
BrVTt. Zr. j 'T tP 'y' iB '"'"P'.V. second to shortstop
nrst to short tn tutniiH Rill, am wh .
. 7... .if "nr. no runs, one hit. no er-
safe on Skowron's error. Gilliam stole
second. Reese struck out. One run,
two hits, one error, one left.
YANKEES: Bauer singled to cen-
Bobinsen homered into the left field ter. Slaughter popped out to third, j
stands. First baseman Gil Hodges j Mantle walked. Berra flied to left,
dropped a single to center. Right j Skowron skied to left. No runs, one
fielder Carl Furillo doubled to left kit, no errors, two left,
center to drive home Hodges, tying
the score. Catcher Roy Campanella
flied out against the left field wall,
Furillo tagging up and moving to
third. Left fielder Sandy Amoros skied
out to short center, Furillo holding.
Sal Maglie struck out. Two runs,
three hits, no errors, one left.
rors, none left.
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For Iceland Demand
To Oust US Troops
WASHINGTONP Oct. 3 (UP)
The United states and Ice Iceland
land Iceland today shared a glimmer of
hope that they can settle their
differences over Iceland's de demand
mand demand for the ouster of Ameri American
can American troops there.
The possibility of a settlement
favorable to both nations devel
oped during preliminary diplo
Destroys Press Box
At Comiskey Park
CHICAGO, Oct. 3 (UP) Au Authorities
thorities Authorities today investigated the
possibility of arson in a spectacu spectacular
lar spectacular $100,000 fire at Comiskey Park
that roared through a half-block
section of (he second deck stands
and destroyed the press box.
Fire Lt. Walter Reilly, 47 cpl cpl-lapsed
lapsed cpl-lapsed on the roof of the stands
while fiehtine the extra-a I a r m
blaze late yesterday. Flames shot
as nign as 40 feet above the stands
and were visible from the loop.
Deputy Fire Marshal Frank
Thielmann said the blaze started
in the press box at the park, home
of the Chicago White Sox baseball
learn and the Chicaeo Cardinals
mauc ana aeiense negotiations professional football team. The
at th,e State Department. Cardinals were working out on the
Secretary of Slate John Fos- field at the time,
ter Dulles was expected to give Thielma' requested the arson
his estimate of the negotiations squad to investigate the fire. He
at his morning press conference said there were "a lot of kids" in
(11 am i the park watching the football
The first round of talks on team practice.
the future of U.S. trooDs and A White Sox official
bases in Iceland began late yes
.irday with Dulles and acting
Foreign Minister Emil Jonsson
participating. Conferees will
meet again tomorrow and per perhaps
haps perhaps set a date and place for
later formal xalks.
After the preliminary session,
the United States and Iceland
said in a Joiht communique they
had a "general and friendly"
exchange of views. The meeting,
they said, "gave rise to hope
that once negotiations are un
dertaken they will lead to fruit fruitful
ful fruitful results."
riamaee at about $100,000. He said
the press, radio and television
booths, tht main concession stand,
washrooms and stairways in the
area would have to be rebuilt.
Ed Short, the White Sox publici publicity
ty publicity man, said he doubted whether
the press box and radio and tele television
vision television booths cpuld be rebuilt in
time tor Sunday's football game
noiween the Cardinals and
New York Giants.
EN ROUTE WITH STEVEN
SON. Oct. 3 (UP) Adlai E
Stevenson said yesterday he be believes
lieves believes the world's major powers
are ready to halt H-boinb tests
"if there is leadership in this
Setting off on a campaign
trlD through New Jersey, the
Democratic presidential candi candidate
date candidate renewed, his appeal for ac action
tion action by this, country to bring a a-bout
bout a-bout a "moratorium" on tests of
"The renunciation of (H (H-Bomb)
Bomb) (H-Bomb) tests is a step which I
think the great powers are now
willing to take if there is lead leadership
ership leadership in this direction," Steven Stevenson
son Stevenson said.
"It is a step that can be
safely taken, for no one can
explode a Hydrogen bomb in
secret and each would know
whether the others were act acting
ing acting in good faith. It would be
a step alone a new path to toward
ward toward peace.3
"I reeret." he said, that the
Elsenhower administration "has .row,
not pressed forward along more
into peace as so many have urg- Stevenson Issued a call for a
ed-Catholic and Protestant re-jnalt to nuclear teats in previous
ligious leaders, distinguisnea Zm oi
scientists, prominent educators, ; month ago and again at Min-
yes, and serious politicians." neapoiu last Saturday rnght.
J Pres rlnt. R wnhnmsr hi, form-
"I regret, also, that it seems fd the move a "theatrical na na-to
to na-to have ignored what appears to jonal gesture."
be an increasing desire 10 ciose
Che eari between eaat and west
on such subjects as mutual In Inspection
spection Inspection and limitation of arm armed
ed armed forces.
Ike And Stevenson Send Campaign
Messages To Servicemen Overseas
remarks on dis
armament were prepared for de
livery at Fairleigh Dickinson
University at Teaneck, during; a
motorcade through New Jersey.
Stevenson flew from Wash Washington
ington Washington to Newark, N.J., and then
entered an auto for a drive
through Morristown, Paterson.
Clifton, Passaic, Hackensack,
Teaneck, Newark and Jersey City.
He planned a lalte afternoon
rally at Newark and an evening
meeting in Jersey city. Then he
will board a train for his first
1956 whistle-stOD tour, a swing
through Pennsylvania tomor-
Tax Refund Suit
Ike To See World
Get To See Him
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP)
President Eisenhower flew to
New York today to see his first
world series game and boost his
political batting average.
The White House said the trip
was "non-political." But voters in
and out of the ballpark and those
watching television were assured
of opportunities to see the Presi President.
dent. President. Mr. Eisenhower took off at 10:49
a.m. for the flight of about one
nour to Laguardia Field.
White House Press Secretary
james Magerty had noted in
advance that the President would
"hit some crowds" during the 45-
minute drive from Laguardia
Field throueh Oueens anri Rrnnt-
lyn to Ebbets Field in his olastic-
onmen 'imonsine. The limousine
was driven to New York ahead of
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP) J
"",u 'sennower and Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Presidential nominee Adlai
8 "Bes 10 members of the
armed services stationed overseas
Mr. Eistnhower tr.,ad jn
his manage th. wed of t he
"Hot. Stevenson reiterated in
his massago his call tor N."
Amtrici." i.-j V ..rlw
i .". ""men now in si
i.Ee ",d th veterans
rZ.m benefit, for
They will be
On the screen it will last
few torrid seconds
Mexico May Set Up
Air Border Patrols
To Slop Smugglers
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3 (UP) -Singer
Lauritz Melchoir lost a suit
in the U.S. Court of Claims todayi
lor a 179,313 income tax refund
CHICAGO -(UP) -Adults are. sought on a claim of property! Ij p i f i i
taking to building model airplanes, losses m East Germany just after fllf DOlOBl KAIrOK
.,..K,i, hnotc in innrnas World War II. "mm WW! a uaivu
auiuiiiuviia u waa ... -- -
ing numbers, a study shows. Melchior said in his suit prop prop-A
A prop-A survey by Monogram Models, erty worth that amount was de de-Inc,
Inc, de-Inc, shows that adults are moving stroyed in the summer of 1945 by
inio a iiuuuy sj w ... ... MEXICO City. Oct 3 ( VP
i,) c th Hnmi n nf vnmip mans and Russians In fh i V-.1 V ur
. RussW-controlIed xoneT S Tal "Si ,0day,
H u8ht t0 PP!y lo btrder ou! Lu
The study showed that business- against income taxes paid in lE Sffi iT3p aiJKaS m!
men particularly have taken up The court ruled, however, that iJS Si. r.l.fnrn
model building because it is a hob- his suit w,s filed too late to TtltSs
by which requires a degree of considered. A three-year bmlt on from y,e umted States Bwu:
manual skill and mental conce'n-1 such claims expired more than a,
tration to hold the interest of an year before the suit was filed in
active mind. 1949, the court said.
US Delegates To Inauguration Visit
Atlantic Side Millitary Installations
Officials said the Treasury Mi-
mstary was "greatly concerned"
over uie apparent increase in
smuggling across both United
States and Guatemala borders
Customs agents headed by Cap.
Miguel Angel Robles reported in
Tijuana yesterday they had crack cracked
ed cracked a contraband ring, capturing
seven planes and discovering clan clandestine
destine clandestine airfields throughout the
Baja California Peninsula.
Robles said the planes were
Members of the official United ception of Roderick, traveled by
State delegation to P a n a m a s automobile to Fort San Lorenzo.
Presidential inauguration visited Roderick joined the erouo later
Atlantie side installations of the at Fort Sherman following a flight used to smuggle liquor, ciearettes
Caribbean Command today) in- from Alhrook Air Force Base m ntl otner luxury goods, now barr barr-cluding
cluding barr-cluding historic Fort San Lorenzo an L-23 aircraft from the Army ed by Mexico's ringid custums res-
and Fort Sherman. Aviation Detachment at Fort Koo- tncoons.
'ncluded in that party headed he, piloted by Capt. Jack O. Ray.
by assistant Secretary of the Ar- Roderick spent the early part of
the morning observing the pro progress
gress progress of Jackpot V-A, the disaster
ci 1 trol exercise taking place at
A I brook Air Force Base and Cu-
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Russia Accepts US
Invitation To See
WASHINGTON, Oct. 3. (UI
Russia has accepted a Unit
States invitation to send Sovie
observers to this country to watcl
tne windup of the presidental cant
Moreover, the Russians aal A
they would welcome similar Amel
rican visitors to observe Soviet!
type campaigning and balloting
their next big election.
Moscow s agreement to lend
two or three" observers to tW
United States was communicatee!
to the American Embassy in tha
soviet capital last Saturday, thi
United Press learned.
The State Department tent simi
lar invitations about two weeks
go to Czechoslovakia, Poland
Hungary and Romania. Russii
first hand the free electoral pro
cesses in this country."
Administration officials are sur
prised that the satellite nations s
far have not accepted the U. S. Ini
vitation particularly after Mos
cow did so.
There is speculation that th
seatellites will faill info line. Bui
there is some feeling, too, that the
Russians might not like to have
the satellites know too much a
bout the "free and unfettered eiv
ctions" the United States has been 1
laming aDout tor years tor east.
Weather Or Not
Thia wtather report, for the 24 1
noun ending a a.m. today, is gr.
parcd by th Meteorological and
Hydrographie Branch of the Pan Panama
ama Panama Canal Company:
(mai. moh) ..
RAIN I inches)
inner harbors I
3:46 p an
THURSDAY, OCTOBIR 4
my George H. Roderick were Mrs.
Roderick and Mrs. Julian F. Har
rington, wife of the U. S. Ambas-
jdor to Panama: U. S. Ambassa
dor to Costa Rica Robert R. Wood Woodward
ward Woodward am! his wife; Congressman
and Mrs. James D. Richards of. ing staged by U. S. Army Ca rib- gents.
A "large number" of smugglers
were arrested, Robles said, and
capture of the leaders of the ring
The ring was smashed with the
Following the orientation brief- cooperation of U. S. customs a-
South Carolina; Congressman and
Mrs. 'Robert Hale of Maine; direc director
tor director of the ExDort-lmDort Bank
the Vance Brand and Mrs. Brand;
Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Neal and
The' fire was discovered bv'Miss Wilms Patterson Neal i Hi.
Frank Williams. 59, a concession (rector of the office of Middle A A-'vorker.
'vorker. A-'vorker. who ran through thejmcrican Affairs for the State De De-flames
flames De-flames to reach a telephone and partment.
bean at both Fort San Lorenzo and
Fort Sherman and a tour of the
base facilities, the group left Gat
un Lake by boat for the return
trip through the Canal.
The members of the official U.
S. Delegation arrived in Panama
Because of the difficulty in pat patrolling
rolling patrolling jungles and uninhabited
coastlines, officials said the pro
jected air border patrol probably
would be established first along
the Mexico- Guatemala border
ast Saturday and are scheuled toi since American border natrol
leave for the United States tomor- planes already are protecting the
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