The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
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Panama -- Panama

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

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PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER W56
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32nd YEAR

1 IS .Br

Reds Seek New

Suez

Treaty

MONTAGUE TO SUCCEED
HARRISON NEXT YEAR

.AHV pnrKFT IN FLIGHT This Is the first photo
a smallca lbe. l eWMUue ir rf

of about H iv. i rr; rtennstrated at trie

See; T MdSnrdrior" 38 annual meeting
Aberdeen. Mw proAmrican 0rdnance Association.

New Dukh Roval Crisis in Making as.

Friends

Faith Healer's

Jeep Jobs In Palace

"advice" given

committee of aemor

. Z. T..1I.-. V.a failfrl tn

tn.vr rwt iifi uuccn juiwii.

iiu, toff which wouM pre
JfJl ol fA hwleTGreet Hoffman's connection

the Royal bouse and a ntir crisis my p

eared today.

official government infomatlon scr1" frati renew"

i ik. Our.cn was UDOPI iv

rTpTn-Te Brnhar. b, a ape.

a.f.m conanittee smiestedthen that the

iT.r.eTions with Miss Hoffman wno was orougni
her feiaswns ,!, ( vonnr Prw-

n u etrort io n y-

teas Marijke. now nine years M.

-pku .nggestlon if carried. ut ry who had planned to leave oe

ould have helped dispose of-

lorts that a group oi

ban's frienas
ielding undue influence m the
Jie5.n:i. official denials,

Dutchmen discussed these prnn
nniv one member of the ttpyai

household has left smce ouiaoa

and Prince isernneru -foment
in Agust that they were
ffig fo?wwd to the futur with
confidence." This was a secreta-

Becretary of the Army Wilbur
M. Brucker today named Lt.
Gen. Robert M. Montague to
succeed Lt. Gen. William K.
Harrison, Jr., as Commander in
Chief, Caribbean com mand,
when Harrison retires next
year.

Harrison, wno nas oeen com

mander in chief of the Carib Caribbean
bean Caribbean Command since June 1954,
will retilre after 40 years of serv service
ice service that began with his gradua

tion from the united siaies

Military Academy at West Point
in 191T.

Montague, now commanding
general of the 1st Corps of the
U.S. Army Forces, Far East,
graduated from West Point in
1918, a year behind Harrison. He
is scheduled to return to the
United States from Korea Jaiter
this month for a period of tem tem-oorary
oorary tem-oorary duty in the Office of the

Army Chief of Staff in Washing

ton prior to coming to tne ua ua-nal
nal ua-nal Zone.
Harrison's refinement next
year will mark the close of a
distinguished military career
that Included service in both
World Wars and the Korean con conflict.
flict. conflict. His" work as chief of the
United Nations Command Ar

mistice Negotiations Delegation

won wide recognition for tne

general who is considered an
authority on world communism.

Montague was commissioned a
Second Lieutenant n the Field
Artillery In 1918, fe served as

date Professor m Matnema Matnema-at
at Matnema-at West Point in 1941 and

wag the Commanding GeaerAl of

the 83rd Division Artillery In

Europe during World War II.

From 1947 until 1951 Mon Montague
tague Montague was commanding Gener General
al General of Sandla Base. New Mexico.

This was followed by service in

Burop- as director of the oper

ations and plans division of

Headquarters European Com Command.
mand. Command. In September, 1952 he re

turned to the United States for

duty as Deputy Chief of Army

Field Forces, now Continental

Army Command, at Fort Mon Monroe,
roe, Monroe, Virginia, where he served
until 1955.
Montague took command of
the ISt corps in Korea in 1955.
In addition to West point, he
has graduated from the Com Command
mand Command and General staff School.
He holds the Legion of Merit,
the Bronze star Medal with one
Oak Leaf Cluster and the Army
Commendation Medal with one
Oak Leaf Cluster in addition to
other American and foreign dec decorations
orations decorations for his combat and
overseas service.

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DISCUSS SUEZ CRISIS AT U.N. Soviet Foreign Mln s-r
Dmitri Shepilov (left) walks past U.S. Secretary of State Joan
Foster Dulles at the United Nations headquarters in New York,
before the meeting of the Security Council to consider the
Suez crisis.

Soviet Expedition

To Antarctic Will

Work In 2 Sections

LONDON, Oct. (UP) -Radjo
Moscow said today that the forth forthcoming
coming forthcoming Soviet expedition to the An Antarctic
tarctic Antarctic wiU operate to two sections
a continental exploration and a

maritime survey.
The continental section will be
headed by Hero of Socialist Labor,
Alexei Treshnikov, the former
bead of the North Pole-3 drifting
station," it said.
"Prof. Ilor Maximo will lead
the seas expedition which will use
the ship "OB" for its base."
Prof. Maximov, now in Rigaod
boarl toe OB" told Moscow ra radio:
dio: radio: A
"We shall carry out aa all-

round integral oceanographic stu

dy of tne seas arouno me aduuc aduuc-kic.
kic. aduuc-kic. Much attention will be devot-

fed to the southern part of the ln-

Jian ocean lying near tne snores
f the Antarctic. Scientific work
foreseen for the International Geo Geophysical
physical Geophysical Year will be earned out
on large scale. The 'Ob" will
spend 230 days on the high seas:
during this time she will travel

more than 35,000 sea miles.'

RP Man To Appeal

Drunk-Driving
Conviction In CZ

fnra flip crisis hroke.

Prince Bernherd has left for
.month's visit to hit holdings
in Tanganyika where ha and
ome other Dutchmen have
bought an agricultural and hunt hunting
ing hunting ettate.
The President of the Senate,

Socialist Johannes A. Jonkman,
twice recently refered to the
situation in the palace. After
Queen Juliana had presided at the
state opening of Parliament Sept,
18 Jonkman mentioned the ioint

declaration of Juliana and Bern-

hard and added "may it be so.'
A few days later at a memorial
service for war victims ha ask asked
ed asked the Dutch people "to pray
far the Royal Hawse."

Editorials are growing more
pointed.
Last week the liberal indepen independent
dent independent Algemeen Dagblad of Rot Rotterdam
terdam Rotterdam said: "We belive that it is

qecessary, lest the relationship
between tht Royal House and the
people be disturbed, that the

measures decided upon Aug. 24,

should be published. If not, the

rumors mignt anect tne close

links between the Royal house and

the people, and through rising
uncertainty, harm the interests of

the country.
In Bonn, Germany, meanwhile
the West German news magaine
Dcr Spiegel reported that the
Dutch Royal crisis was Bearing a
second climax.

E. Germany Fetes
7th Anniversary, j
Plays Up Tito )

BERLIN, Oct. 8 (UP)-Commu-nist
East Germany ohservnt it

seventh anniversary yesterday by
playing down its obedience to
Russia and olavine un ib friAnit.

ship to independent-thinking Mar-

auai i no ox Yugoslavia.

in a speech, Premier Otto
Grotewohl stressed that East Ger Germany
many Germany has a right to take its own
path towards socialism and called

ior cipser tses with Yugoslavia.

? Most cast Berliners spent the
anniversary quietly. Unlike past
years, there was no mammoth

workers parade."

Grotewohl thanked Russia for

ner neip but did not praise the

soviet Union in extravagant
terms as in the past.
He placed Yugoslavia almost on
the same level with Russia.
!'We have forged new ties with

the federative republic of Yugo Yugoslavia,"
slavia," Yugoslavia," Grotewohl said, "It is our
firm wish to tighten further our
fioc in Vlin..l.i. I

Troubles mounted for the i'TZ. ; ,7,-""

year-old defendant, Fred A. Ul'i ugo-

Note PanCanal
Under Control
Of One Nation

UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., Oct. 8 (UP) Russia pro pro-posed
posed pro-posed today that the United Nations set up an eigh-na-tion
negotiating committee to draft a new treaty guaran guaranteeing
teeing guaranteeing freedom of passage through the Suez Canal.
Soviet foreign minister Dmitri Shepilov suggested in informally
formally informally that the committee should comprise Egypt, Brit
ain, India, France, Russia, the United States, Yugoslavia
ad Iran or Indonesia and Sweden.
Shepilov's suggestion came after Egyptian foreign
minister Mahmoud Fawzi rejected the proposal of Britain
and France that the U.N. Security Council endorse the
London conference proposal to internationalize the Canal.
Fawzi also suggest d a negotiating committee.

Young Marine Gels
Fine, Jail Term

For Wrecking Car

A young Marine who crashed a

"borrowed" car down an embank embankment
ment embankment during a joy ride, was fined

a total of $60 today in Balboa Ma

gistrate s Court and sentenced to
snend ten days hi jail.

Baby, Russian-Bern
Father Slay Hidden

Aboard 'Queen Mary'

CHERBOURG, France, Oct. S -mp,
Th Cimard steamKip

line today knotted a security ring

around Hie Uner Queen Mary
which ic hrlnrine a two-year Ola

Anwrican girl and Jher Russran
born-father to Eurotf. J
Alexis Chwastov. 58, and his

child lamia are believed en route
ot.the Soviet Union over the pro pro-teats
teats pro-teats of Chwastev's Philadelphia
wife, who is stsTl in the United
States, i

Chwastov and Tatania remained

Local Democrat

Beats Drum For
Campaign Cash
The chairman of the local del
eaation to the Democratic Na

tional Committee. Charles Ra

mirez, has returned from the

United States with Uv- beliefApnn
that Adlai Stevenson will I the" tfc

next President of the United

States, unless the "rock in' ror

fof the Republican minions de

feat the impoverished Demo

crats

Shepilov said the committee

could be instructed to draft a

tBatv to replace the conven

tion of 1888 governing Suez Ca

nal traffic and be instructed to

prepare an international con-

nal was controlled by one
country the United States.
Shepilov denounced Britain,
France and the United States for
starting economic sanctions a-

gainst Cairo by freezing Egyp-

ierence to De aueuaea uy an nan assets in their countries
countries using the Suez Canal" after the Canal seizure.

Roque, when police first reported
that the private passenger car he
was driving at excessive speed on
Sept. 29 towards Arraijan zig-zag-ged
across Thatcher Highway and
down an embankment after he
lost control of the vehicle.

His three passengers were treat

ed at the Rodman dispensary and
then released, one was being ob

served for a possible scalp injury

RP Presidential
Inauguration Seen
On US Television

A special television

nrntfram

Todav tne uaiooa magistrate: "Peonle in lh NoW rw.niu

nnea mm w iur "ui leaiurea r'anama s inauguration

and an additional sio line was un- of President Ernesto de la Guar-

posed on La Koque ior arivmg ala jr

Kiener of Panama, was found
y and sentenced to five days
U in addition to a $100 fine,
e 52- year old Panama Panama-was
was Panama-was convicted this morning
i rharge of driving on Roose Roose-Avenue
Avenue Roose-Avenue while In an intoxicat intoxicat-wdition
wdition intoxicat-wdition on Saturday,
iring the evidence It was
-lit out that a child had been
ing in the crosswalk when
ier allegedly drove through.

til was fixed at $200, and the

British Firm Hakes
Bid To Control
Trinidad OH Co.

LONDON. Oct. 8 mp British

Petroleum Co., Ltd., pulled the
carpet from under Colorado Oil It
5as Corp. of Denver in a surprise
bid for the common stock of Tri Trinidad
nidad Trinidad Petroleum Development Co.
The bid was for the equivalent of
$26.8 million.
The Denver firm had negotiated
unsuccessfully to take over the
Trinidad Petroleum through an
exchange of stock.
. There was little doubt here that
British Petroleum's bid would be

successful, rne British govern-

An appeal of a drunken driv

! conviction was filed today
Balboa Magistrate's Court

My after the defendant. Paul meat, which controls about Si per

; cent oi me outstanding stock of

British Petroleum, would, in ef

feet, control the Trinidad concern

Earlier this year another Amer

ican Oil Company, Texas Co., was

successful in its acquisition of 95
per cent of the outstanding stock

of Trinidad Oil Co. despite stiff
government opposition. The sale

for the equivalent to $200 million

was approved by Trinidad Oil
stockholders Sept. 3.

British Petroleum's offer for

without a license. He pleaded guii
ty to the charges.
For taking the car for tempora
rv use "without the owner's C. B

Mazerolle. permission," the Judge

sentenced the Marine to ten days.

in ieiL

La Roque is stationed at Rod Rodman
man Rodman with the First Marine Guard
Detachment.

US Gives Up
Jurisdictional
Rights In Morocco

RABAT. Morocco, Oct. 8 (UP)
Th United States has voluntari

ly given up jurisdictional rights in
newly-independent Morocco, it was

announced today.
Giving up extraterritorial trea treaty
ty treaty right means that American!

living i nthis country win now oe
subject to Moroccan courts.
A palace spokesman said am ambassador
bassador ambassador Cavendish W. Cannon in informed
formed informed Moroccan foreign minister
Ahmed Balafrej of the move yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. These rights include:
Consular jurisdiction in certain
commercial cases, a right accord accorded
ed accorded ia the treaty of 1787, renewed
1836 and by the Algeciras agree agreement
ment agreement of 1906.
The right of 'jurisdictional pro protection"
tection" protection" over certain Mdroccan ci citizens
tizens citizens attached to or working for
U.S. agencies in Morocco. This
was established by the Madrid
convention of 1890,
The right of jurisdiction, over A A-merican
merican A-merican citizens living in Moroc Morocco,
co, Morocco, also established by the Madrid
convention.
It was not Immediately clear
H the decision would apply to A A-mericans
mericans A-mericans and Moroccans at the
American air and naval bases

Prepared by the local producers

oi nouciero wacionai. John H
Heymann and Jorge E. Carrasco

the program was transmitted
from New York to 100 TV stations
in the United States as well as

throughout South Amenca.

Messages in English and well
as Spanish from Panama's new
President were included in the

program.

Althoush it is late now to tall:

of votes from this area, he Is
prepared to give voting informa information
tion information tn all enmprs ReDublic-

hidden aboard the Queen Maryjans or Democrats,
when it sailed last Wednesday! Xn! Canai Zone Library has
from New York despite effort of charts and other material show show-US.
US. show-US. immigration authorities to mg the qualifications lor voting,
find them. I The same information is b.e-
Capt. W. J. Foster, manager of ing made available to members
the Cunard ollice here, relused to 0, the Armed Forces by design design-allow
allow design-allow reporters here to board theted officers of the services,
ship which was docking here this i "Whether or not you can

afternoon. vote you can take part in the

to consider and approve the new

compact.
"The most important and vl

tal problem facing hundreds oi

millions of people today in aU

urooiein or peace.

The positive settlement of

the Suez problem in the U.N

would not only promote trie

strengthening of peace and se

curitv In the Middle East, but

Foster, confirmed that once the

liner was out to sea Chwastov and
Tatania appeared on deck.

Non -Support Case

Will Be Heard

Next Month

would also answer the essential

interests of all countries, mclud
Ing Britain and France.

"The government of the So Soviet
viet Soviet Union hopes that the Se Security
curity Security Council will rise to the
occasion and prove equal to the

big and important task we are

confronted with.
Shepilov, like Fawzi, reject rejected
ed rejected the plans to internationalize
the Suez and pointedly re remarked
marked remarked that the Panama Ca-

most important elections by

campaign contributions, no

matter how small," declared :
Ramires.
"These contributions may be

sent Ho David Robles, an alter-1

nate to the .last Democratic
convention, at P.O. Box 124, An An-con,
con, An-con, canal Zone.
"All checks, drafts and monov
orders should be mde payable
to the Democratic Nations1.! Com-

15 Nurses Given
Notice To Leave
Gorgas Quarters

snepiiov accused "American
oil monopolies" of plannine to
take over the administration
of the Canal under a "consortium."

Tre bjMte been TWblisned ir ir-tm
tm ir-tm to una effect., tr, Ha,

denied by oil and shlnDlna in

terests. V-
But Dr. Helmy Baghat Bad Bad-awy,
awy, Bad-awy, director-general of the new
Egyptian Suez canal authorities,
was In New York admittedly to
consult "our clients."
,.4uAt present-" the Russian said,
there are monopolists drawing
up sinister plans for large-scale
economic aggression to stifle
Egypt and turn the flourishing
Nile valley into a desert

Reservists
Deeply
Discontented

LONDON, Oct. S (UP) The
British Labour Party will de demand
mand demand that parliament open an

The masonrv tvoe nurses auar

trrq adiarent to the Oorsas Hos- official inouirv into reports of

The case of a Costa Rican man mittee, to which they will be.pital OB mmaing win oe vacateu up uieconwm among mo

charged with non-support of his forwarded promptly." on uci. is. y reservists mooiiiz-
" j r. .u.ijJI- ...... I m. wimiin nf ..nniri.1 A Panama Canal SDokesman ed to meet thp Suez crisis, tho

tlnued until one month from today, butors and their contributions; said today that only one tenth of newspaper Reynold's News re-

during the morning session in the will be in the files of the Demo- the minding is presently oeine. oc oc-Balboa
Balboa oc-Balboa Magistrate's Court. cratic Nacional Committee at cupied. The 15 nurses that reside
ftv agreement of both parties. I Washington. Ramirez said. Rc- there have all been given notice

the case of Bernabe Solis will next celnts for contributions will be to move.

be heard on Nov. 8. jsent to the donors by the Dem

The 54- vear -old defendant is ocratte National Committee

charged with refusine te provide (AdlatHStevenson's own

the necessary food and clothes to
his wife, Eva Maria Woo de Solis

and their five children

ef

forts to drotn np csmpatgvi
contributions are described on
the back page).

There are no present plans for

the building, the spokesman add add-!ed,
!ed, add-!ed, although at one time there
ihad been some speculation that
'it would be converted to another

clinic.

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ported today.

Ministers will be asked when
parliament opens Oct. 2.1, why
emergency mobilization took so
lonr and why Britain Is short
of defense equipment, the pro
Socialist newspaper said.
It added that a seven days
"bonus" leave for 14,000 reserv reservists
ists reservists stationed In Germany and
Britain, announced by War Min Minister
ister Minister Antony Head, is expected
to start next weekend.
But the government has not
yet made any concessions for
6000 reservists In the Middle
East, particularly Cyprus.
Some 21 British soldiers were
arrested in Cyprus last week
for holding a demonstration
apparently demanding their
nvlitary release.
"The question (of leaves for
Middle F"st troops) is still be

ing considered." the newspaper
quoted a War Office spokesman
as saylii" last night.

It quoted Socialist legislator

George Wlgg as saying: "There
is a great deal of rowing unrest

among the troops.
"What else can be eitpected
when reservists find themselves
wasting time in Cyprus while
national service men from the
same station are sent home?"

In Morocco.

endan' in mediately filed no-; Trinidad Petroleum Development The palace spokesman said ine

tice of his intention to appeal the is on a part cash, part share ex- decision "was very favoraoiy re re-onvictioo.
onvictioo. re-onvictioo. 'change bull. ceived is Moroccan circles.

CRYING WITH JOT Mrs. Thomas Bucher sobs with Joy in
Chicago after r.er one-month -old son, Ronald, was returned to
her. Police found the baby unharmed with Mrs. Gladvs
Bynum. who bad taken the infant from Mrs. Bucher
apartment.

INFANT'S KIDNAPER As a policewoman deft) holds one
month-old Ronald Bucher, Mrs. Gladys Bynum "right) is es
corted to a forced reunion with the child's parents in Chicago
Mrs. Bynum kidnaped the boy and was found by police after
as intensive all-night house-to-house search.

American Labor
Party Voles Self
Ouf Of Existence
NEW YORK. Oct. 8 (UP) -The

American Labor Party, a political
power in New York State for 20

years, has been voted out of ex exigence,
igence, exigence, it was announced yester

day.
The ALP topped its vote-getting
power in 1918 when it polled 1,509. 1,509.-0000
0000 1,509.-0000 ballots for Henry Wallace's
presidential aspiration

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Labor News

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Comment

THE MAIL BOX

TELEVISION COMMERCIALS

Sir:

Sept. 30, 1956

The objection" on the port of certain influential and

shallow politicians of the commercials on TV in the Canal

Zone, which tame TV was installed basically and primarily lor
the members of the Armed Forces for their entertainment, in information
formation information and education, in my opinion, has no legal or moral
grounds, no matter how they say it, because their objectijns
are based on their supposed harmful effect up-on the econc.ui;
welfare of tile Panamanian merchants.
Whoever heard of free advertising being harmful except
maybe in Panama? Do these politicians, and I use the word
loosely, actually believe what they say in their objections? I
duta it. But you know anything goes down here to fool
and at times agitate the public.
- Panama has no advertising medium on a TV outlet for the
Zonians to learn about, be entertained by, and naturally be
Induced to go to Panama to buy or teek products not sold in
the Canal Zone.
Panama is an International market with products being
sold from all over the world, and it seems to me that the mer

chants of Panama should be happy to have another sourcs or
cqmmercial advertisings of some of the American manufic-

turers brought, before tne interested puonc, witnout one cent

of their own money being spent to advertise same.

So since the Armed Forces have procured TV, programs
replete with commercials and maybe a few dissenters in
Panama bought TV sets so they can push their weight around

in tne "muddied waters or ranama; inese aissenicrs encruacu'
ing upon the birthright of every U.S. citizen down here, is no
sign that the UJS. Government is going to cripple a single Pan

amanian businessman, in fact, lm sure iv aeaiers are gei
ting an added source of income right now selling TV sets.
As Oovenior Potter mentioned something some time ago
about an outward look for the American worker, some of tut
timely advice can surely be of great Benefit to the present gov government
ernment government for them to try to improve situations in their own
country and aJsc try not to demoralize the Zonians any more
than they are now.
Yes, we Americans working down here have another herit heritage.
age. heritage. The present day TV complete with commercials.
Since the American people require a standard of living
complete with TV commercials, obviously so different from the
Latin heritage in Panama, and Panama neither can nor is dis disposed
posed disposed to provide the same, no underhanded methods should be
used to- change the character of life of the u.s, citizen.
Reliance must therefore be placed on the United States to

give her people all the rights, benefits, and privileges tney are

entitled to enjoy in tnis, tneir nume, away irum uumc.
I aincerelv hone that the U.S. Government will not bacx

track again on the use of TV commercials, and the backward
looking Panamanian politicians make headlines again as they

; have done before.

Just One Big Brink

Sir:

Not A TV Set Owner

Hooray for Captain Z. A fine letter. He didn't dwell of

the childish fueding between the various captains' offices but
only on the major dissatisfactions effecting the morale of the
Jj pilots. However, he missed a point or two.
Suez is drawing the attention of the pilots who want good
;j pay but also the opportunity to spend that pay for what they
. want. Not staio and tasteless food, local-rate housing, etc. The
" St. Lawrence Seaway also is a definite goal of many and many
more are seriously trying to get a job as captain or even mat's
on a tug, docking master and other similar work just to ieae
! J the unfair practices here.
The most flagrant unfair practice is e unequal work
,, hours for the pilots on different sides of the uiNnus, The At-
lantic side pilot works 36 to 40 hours then is snipped over on
; the board. Why? Because orders say no overtime and it
doesn't make Die office record good.
The Pacific side pilot works 4u-o0 hours and still must tak :
! ,' hkt turn when it comes up. Why? No ruling on overtime he.e
but an absolute "policy" of never jumping a man no matter
how many hours he's put in.
In other words, let the Atlantic man rest and dream of the
things he would like to be able to afford and make the Baiboa
man become exhausted. He can prop nlmseif up with his big
hank accounts and make more. Money is restiul. Why not
share the work and the wealth?
Does Gov. Fotter know that almost every north-bound tran-
8t takes approximately four hours more than a south-bound
anslt? An hours at anchor in Gatun Lake. Not only restful
but lucrative.

Captain 0.

Fill the Spaces

Answer to Previous Puzzle

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ACROSS
1 Citizen of
Lapland
8 Breed of dog
Card with
three spots

111 Whig-shaped
15 Forest tree
14 Assumed
character
ilS Grain tower
16 Lion
IT Mountain in
Greece
15 Heating
apparatus
SO "Adventures
of Tom
St Unit of work
34 Article
35 Small bird

39 Uplift in spirit 19 Make a

62 Finishes
93 Bom
64 River in
France
DOWN
1 Young woman
3 Lighted up
J Alto
battlefield

4 Demonstrators" 23 Portable

5 Chum
6 Employ
7 Give up the

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smoothing
tool
9 Blushing
10 Otherwise
11 Fifty-two

IIS Eternities

4 Bank ota

canal

M Meadow
m ou

38 Entice
89 Chair

40 Animal bides P

MS Makes

soapsuds'
froth

44 Make

; while the sun
I shines
46 Card game
47 Abundance
50 American
humorist,
Mark
64 Gelatinous
substance

SS Find the sum ff

CRJ
5S Gaelic
59 Morning
(poet.)
60 Spawn of
Ashes
61 Girl's name

mistake

21 Exclamation

41 Leafless

aound spines

absorbing 43 Small child
panel 45 Pine
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37 Indigo dye festival
38 Favorably 49 Shortening
30 To the 51 Open space
sheltered side 52 Log cabin
II Rip (Rus.)
32 Consumes SS Approach
35 Genuine 16 Female rabbit
38 Russian ruler 57 River in

By VICTOR RIEfEL

There's a small black door with
a bright brass knocker in a little

London street down past the
Queen's Horse Guards. If s

aimosi as important to tne Amer

ican people to know the manner

of man wno wains through that

door at 10 Downing Mreet follow

ing the British elections as it is
to know the man who walks into

1600 Pennsylvania Ave. after ores

idential elections here.

There was a relatively unnoticed

election in Britain the other day

which one day may rival in signifi

cance our own national race. In
that contest the British Labor
party chose as its national treas

urer a fire-eating, American-hating,
friend of the Soviet Union and
Sovietized China.

Many of us believe that this left

wing Socialist. "Nye" Bevan. has

just started the political trek to
the Prime Ministry of the Britsih

hmpire. So do many informed cir

cles in London believe this

Many in British political circles
believe that the British Labor
party will oust Sir Anthony Eden
in toe next general election. You
can get better odds than the
Dodgers did by betting against the

urmsn conservatives, if tne odds
are right and British labor takes
over, then Nye Bevan will become

either foreign minister, defense
minister or chancellor of the Ex Exchequer,
chequer, Exchequer, sort of a combined sec secretary
retary secretary of commerce and the
Treasury in our Cabinet.

IhlS Will mean that nur rlneaet

ally will be partially governed by
a man who has fought for the
survival of the London Daily
Worker; a man who has arriicH

our forces of not fighting during
the war because we did not jump

mini onensive wnen
Russians wanted it; a man who
has brutalized the U.S. in the

cruaest anti-capitalist speeches; a

ii no Personauy promised
Mao Tse-tune in Peinintr ho

F 0 "wing the western world to
Hed China; a man who believes
there should not be anti-Communist
alliances: a man n,hn

the West to end its stockpiling of
atomic and hydrogen bomhe

This Bevan has uri th h.n. -i

D.i; . . "" "i

,f i' 10 mocl 'he U.S I
recall hearing him and his left left-wing
wing left-wing Socialist colleagues la lltfh at

lie a lkn.,L a Tj w

m j "" Americans were
Neanderthal idiots attacking us
for "inualii," r..-i

rk. rr ulemaia wnen
mat little country was in the

mis oi soviet agents.
I recall Nvr RpVBn cnci.rt L,i

' .V Sr.LWas wron M opposing
Soviet China. On June 5, 1954
when many an American family
was mourning a lad dead some somewhere
where somewhere on the mountainsides of Ko-

y"5 8, wood, voluble the

except during tte bUtz rf
"The accusation that the Chi Chi-nese
nese Chi-nese Peoples Republ i,
trrpssnr ia r-t.u. j 7 ej

r.a. iiZ "no ground-
n1?L i re we. have new defi.
nition of aggression Annarwi,, u

!,!!ow. n08S.ible tor a country to
agress against its own people. If

...n Rayining at all it
means that the main charge
nf ahlt'V0lliti?nary CniM that
of being revolutionary.

th.i "f "?w t0 understand
that political and social rr,iH-

.f ,ct,0. "SSTession. If this
frJ fvotet,on renders "e eoun eoun-L8viUtyu
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Washington
Merry. Go-Round

Jr DREW PEARSON

membershin in th iinitj w.,i

-,i e Amencn official policy
wishes to convert the UN into a
counter revolutionary organiza

This is the 171 lfl Itrtlit lea aakaR

Te.Cnd in .con"nand of the British
Labor party. He is a defiant left.
f ilJh behind the la labor
bor labor label which has carried him
to power in and out of P.rlia-

labe1liSanAeKran :h0 saM oi
label and this party: 'I ara Bot
anvrn,Vetd rn ,he led o
any party but merely in being
leader. If the Labor part v 2J

going to be a SociaUst party i
do not want to lead it."

m k alt '?' a ect, doing
much of the leading we can r,

e rc,the..B"h Labor

r--, io uiS Kinn ft aIaI.'.i

party. "v'ul

?Wrof of who wins our own
presidential election, the American
people have just lost the BriUsh
Labor party election-and per perhaps
haps perhaps a mighty allv. ton i

long run. "c

THE BIG NIGHT
I mambo'd with Walter at
Perona's Morocco.

I went to the Palace and caught

Judy s soccko!
The Big Street was jumping
right and left bower,
I stopped at the Plaza with
Lisa to shower.
Toots called me a you-know
and Joe DiMai waved.

I got soooo excited I just damn

near caved.
Joe E. at the Cop a sure had
me in stiches
But so did Steve Allen and all
of his Skitches.
I spent the whole evening
enjoying the Night
And all jf my tax-money

getting reauii tight.
v It sure as a Lulu an J I
dwelled in clover
But how can you tell when a
Hangover's overeee
Sweet Young Thing
Sammy Kaye's Broadway Clues

To spot a bigot- "Of course H's
a democracy and you're entitled
to your opinion, but .To
spot a gossip "Now th's is only

nearsay and 1 wouldn t take it se

nously, but ...... To spot a
phony: "One thing about me, I'll

never try to kia you."

Edw. G. Robinson was telling

Harry Hershfield's gag about the

Bronx smnster. She was un for the

$&,000 Question and Hal March
queried: "Now Miss Goldfarb for
$64,000. Tell us-who was the first

man?

This I wouldn't do," was the

retort proper, "for a million dol-lart!"

Al Hibbler'n memo on Judv Gar

land's Palace show: "Judyliclous,
Judylightful, Judylovely!"

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School News Says;
(208 More Areas)

rt?MW Te.nn., Oct. 8

' "gregation has been
extended to 208 more school dis districts
tricts districts since the opening of the
last school year, the Souern
school News said today
The publication said most of
J22 detse"eeatel eas are
in border states.
Nearly 2,000,000 white chll chll-r.ren.re
r.ren.re chll-r.ren.re "Integrated situa situations'
tions' situations' In schools in 17 Southern
and border states, the News said
An Integrated situation was
defined as one In which Ne Negroes
groes Negroes either are attending or
are eligible to attend mixed
schools or are enrolled in dis districts
tricts districts which have begun dese desegregation.
gregation. desegregation. About 2.400.000 Nea-ro rhtt.

dren are still in segregated dis districts,
tricts, districts, the News said while 319 -000
are in integrated situations
The News is published month monthly
ly monthly by the Southern Education
Reportir g Service.

The publication said all pub public
lic public colleges in Mississippi, Ala Alabama,
bama, Alabama, Georgia, Florida and
South Carolina remain seereeat-

ed although 110 tax supported
colleges out of 308 In the area

On the TWA overnight sleeper

(from Movietown) Mike Todd was
asked how it felt to be on a cloud
with Elizabeth Taylor.
"Am I," he sighed, "on a
plana?"
If the N.Y. Giants don't get bet better
ter better next year," groans Bob Perilla,
"they orta change their name to
the N.Y. Midgets"
Headline over the Dorothy Dix
colyum: "There Should Be A Good
Word For Some Mothers-in-law."
Leave!

friends are until they're in trou
ble."

Jimmy Cannon's "Nobody
asked me but" dept. included this
complaint about a Chicago para paragraphed
graphed paragraphed "He doesn't give credit

when he borrows column formu formulas."
las." formulas." Brother Cannon once called me

a bore lor making the same

squawk.
Kevin Delany, the Wbrld-Tele-gram-Sun
teevee scrivener, re revealed
vealed revealed how we popularized the

3-dct reporting style.

uots rsize.
The large trouble with some of

our courts is that we protect some
hoodlums with high bail instead
of high voltage.

Middle-of-the-Nlght Scene:
Ellla Logan in toreador trousers

Peter Donald (wearing his fire-buff

oaagei ad w.w. aettma the Col

tier's treatment (from star-fotog

uene cook at me 3-Aiarm blaze
on W. 57th Street . Cinerama's
4th Ann'y (Sept. 30th) passed the

M,aw,uw mark of ail-time-gross-er
"Gone With The Wind' .
Reminder from Pulitzer Prize
Winner Frank Conniff: "You said
John Perona had Whke Hope Firpo
in 1923. Dempsey fought him by
then and he was framed! .
Quiteso, qfaiteso. In 1923 he was

dining Firpo in bis tiny restau

Do we poke about
Digging up old embers
That we once stamped out?
It is not so foolish
That we loved a bit.
That we speak of it
Betty Jane Batch

WASHINGTON The Madison the Ohio race where M.n

Avenue boys who are master- the Treasury Humnhrev th hiJ

minding much of Ike's campaign Cleveland industrialist, heads u

wero surprisea ine otner aay me oeorge uender-for-Senatorl

wnen mey put up to mm tne iaea race, as a result of Humphrey'
of answering questions at a so- activity, reports are current tJ

called "people's press confer Ohio that businessmen who fal

ence on television. to contribute to Bender will have

tneir income taxes probed. Hum
Toe idea of the "people's press phrey is in no way responsible

conference was natcned by but the rumors art prevalent

lumig aim nutMCRm. mey are nooeueiess.
bringing a cross-section of people

in uum venous parts oi me May ue u s tor other reasons

uumvu oiaics id inrei wim me out, ine money is rolling irjtd

i-resiaem to au turn questions Bender s campaign coffers,
ranging from war and peace to

the high cost of living. But the Gore's orobe of Ohio inn't

Y and R experts figured the Pres- ing to n'e mm any more popul

ucuv wuuiu um wim iu auawer iai wiiu nepuoucsns.
too many questions. r
Much to their surprise, they Washington pipeline

found he liked the idea, said he

uium wain taj pui aoy umu on a tip for oyster lovers: The
the type of questions asked. Food ana Drut AdmuusiraiifJ

I hu mOmhorC nf lha "nonn a'e A a. a 1

-- ii (r" a wrf mr-mm uveul a

pi ess cumerence group wiu De aadUlH main taD water to ronl

hand picked. They will be friendly tamers of snuced oyswrs m url

ia. iuc riBiueiii, oui noioing is der to Increase tne weignt. . I
barred when thev pop their ques- Knnd and nmo la .r..ini rir,unl

. ... -t "m

1 har.K'S tn a m 1 1 irm.ilnilar ini.a..J

... tin iu appropriation granted bJ

rwi aw aiLcni 3 1 c v BN5QN congress lasi year whicn adds

. .. new inspectors. It now has 300j

nuiai oicvensun was lourine m. rd c.in. ,.j

. - w t iw uvaiuu lO UHU1UK uu
Louis. The crowds had been tu- hie n,.r.r u.n.rtn,.i a.fl

multuous, the best be had had. Ci rpa m .nina him nAc raeiARrlel

- uvuiiiiiiuiij mo miiuo a vvvi loM
An enthusiastic crowd is good for For the first time in history In
rhek afcaVt n nH A A 1 r. I akaataaa afl iL L..L I

ys ui auuuu w aigu iei,or is tnrowmg out yeuowe

Rpuus ronuBious. nd crumblina records on land

jjcaiuc iiuii as ne arove mrouen i.n.rchm Ho..r,n kt i iov.i

gacu sireeis was oen. 10m jM Vasi mountain of paper gived
Hennmgs of Missouri, who is run- h h,eirrv n, ,-n nw..,.h,n ;J

ning for re-election. On one build- th. tat. .,tw fh.

ing, Hennings spied a sing. It l-t it. k.,.. 1

iuc oi. Aiuuis oiieill VIUU. mmawl tn tnirrnfl m mx IB.

oui.: . . i v ..."

nuiai, sam nennioKS. arrie i ..i. ..J

wouldn t you and I like to win ,,ini ..: i.,i

that j, i 9 l putuuiug a (IR1U fiuiucu U113B

- w.wm. ci u tn,l w, 1 'i ..ii wit. mnnli.

Ct v Lwa. win vbi i j viiai suuuaCB

"Maybe last election," he said: rocket carrying lo'tons of loodl

1 was a ranx amateur then. UUt mPH,ral aunnliea nr ammnnitmnl

this H m a I'm 11 7Z r

c "'"" i would be snot throueh the airJ

ANOTHER JOE SMITH

then, instead of exploding, would

come quietly to rest alongside

iront-une troops.

Suez Interloper

Joe Smith may be the idol of
the Democrats, but not the Dem Democrats
ocrats Democrats on the House Appropria

tions (omraiuee. inev want Joe nnk ik. c- s....:...

; i ... futJ uivb un uu rifluviwu

mats ine uur convention, manes

specialty ,of interviewing more

u. e i.i. celebrities in 24 hours than mosq
Their Smith is not exactly a newsmec interview in a month
plain Joe. He s a lieutenant uen- t t k. k. a.., kJ

, , All AJWUUU11' 1 11C VU1C1 U1J un
IfiSs. 2?. ,-ye.n ra "lWW pulled a neat piece of journalisl

torn.

Reminder from B'way Confu Confucius:
cius: Confucius: After You've Gone All The
Wav Tn The Ton RemomhAr

You're Halfway From The Bot-! Pj"'"" planes for the use tic legerdemain when he mai

""'" r- aged to talk himself into the Si
Of DC C m On Hie nlnrl nlnlnneiR v 1 '.

these plush interiors. Gen. Joe conrerencft

ouiiui wuicajjr ciRBRiue mem as 0niv f n r a i n miniU
"tnn urni tka n.irn ;t w "ny ioreign minisi

.ikf: al- their assistants were per

Huoo.u.c ai vuunrma 10 use th. rnnm

iiini mv. vuauva vuvv vwm

The Torch: When you think you

can i rove ner any more than you
do and learn that you can .
When you sit around all day and
miss nothing but her . It's

over when you decide love can

Dreax your heart but it can't

break you.
But you've got The Torch

you oon i Know wnere she is

where you're at . And
worst part of the day is
night.

the
tho

them.

xti,;. l- : i

auib to in j service iia voil- p-ii.i,,. ;. l-fc
gress isn't, going to tell me how iS.h"'"

caster House. But Gr

Smith was

in on the Englishman's

Judy Garland: She has the sort
of talent that aiways makes you
er,v;ous but never jealous.

Description of Autumn: Beauti-
Fall.

to run it," Ge

MATS, and incidentally for Joe riw vmf matI
Smith' Mlarv fianrpi Ke m. HOW dM you mSBSgS

SS J'fe. Wkhe et of 7t te. He waSedW, M

uuuuku w.u. m ouugei. t :., nn( him

keen quiet, not give

bammuA tu c mi iTiriim awav. It was the last thing Gi

was likefy to do. He remsil

Sen. Albert Gore of Tennessee untu ena 01 wt "Hlon-

' lis making both political parties
Two merchants wer ehaltint neeved That's th

about the election. One wondered ing chairman of the Committee

tures during an election year.

How different can you get! The
two shows listed in the drama
pages (alphabetically) are: "The
Pajama Game" and "The Reluc Reluctant
tant Reluctant Debutante."

Epitaffy for Champ Babe Did
rikson Zaharias: She lived like a
champ. She died like a champ.
That's par for the course.

The papers said The Babe's last
words were: "I ain't gonna die."
The record books will see to
that.

stop pickin' on we! . We air'd
the newsslhat Wilbur Clark of The

Desert Inn (Vegas) waiered $300

000 on Stevenson to win at 3t o

1 ( lark prob'lv made the

wager for the Vegas crowd. He
was a delegate from Nevada to
the Chi. COnv ... Is the Hellinirer

Theatre landlord Tony Parrel!

planning to peddle the theatre to
"fitv PlavhmuseO" r.. .11 1L.

-j iniivuBcg :

" c ni, uiie wunueieu viiau men ui me unrimmee fSS 1NII
why Ike said "business is great"; to Investigate Campaign Expendl- DO YOU

gam 11 wiaui, iiuits uuiuig dn fieciion year.

WEAR

CLOTHES

It's very simnle." rh' th aaa.

olanatiun. "St PVPnsnn'c rtnrr. mur.ll ThniIDh (Znro im m flfimnnrnl Vam

rant on w. 46th Street and we be in a very bad location." i slapped a peremptory notice on

.iii, mien we wrote 11, SO the charm an of the Pennsylvania

The Main Stem: Where the Democratic dinner for Adlai Ste-

inends you make the moment
you're a Success you lose the -.ec-

uuu jou re a nas been.
Some people will aaerifir 4,.

thing to get to the top. Some will

eetiuice anyone.

Despite what the Democrats ssy

against it.

run on it than

Charlie Fuaua (of The Inki

Spots) interrupts with: "On Broad- Reunion at Sardi's
way you never know who your Why, in conversation

F.m.ll rk'

legend goes: "is disappointed be- 3 .recora' w "tt Adlai

k -,.u. v.:.. T. Am RRbR rivaer

uo lvuiuu i UU Y 1I11U UJC
theatre's terrific hit MFL" .
Thanks to Deputy Police Comm.
Walter Arm for posting policemen
on the Victor Riesel corner,
instead of two blocks away and
for assigning a cop during the
hour the-one-on-the-beat has his
dinner at 5 a.m.-Muggville Time
. . Lisa (My Fair Lisa) Kirk
broke the biz-record at the Hotel
Plaza's Persian Room. Even her

agent, A. Lastfogel, top man of
the Wm. Morris agency, couldn't

get in last night.

Broadway's like a train: A lo local
cal local when you're on the way up

uu an express wnen you re on
the way down.
Definition of an Ingrate: A
lightweight playing the "heavy."

Telegram from Dorothy Shirley
"Dear Walter: If the Democratic
Party is as poor as Mr Stevenson
says how ccn thy possibly run
the country on a prosperous basis?"

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which $7,000,000 was raised last

winter that he wanted a similar:
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Amador Officers' Wivs

Will Mttt At Clayton

one of three new color studios tha
network has had designed" hv tht
famous architects, DesenharrlL

: NEW YORK (NEA) Anno Miller and Lindberg. The othert
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Hoi- EAR-WITNESS: Bill Williams Baxtor ia an oxtromoly attractive are a station in Buffalo and tht
lywood on TV: The telefilm series' has an offer to do a-series of 39 sight. She has a pretty face and reconversion of the grand old
that "everybody hates" i'Thei private-eye telefilms in Europe, a handsome figure. Ziegfeld Theater on Broadway.
Life of Riiey" is starting its' But there's a good chance the Yet, when she makes her tele- Tfte Ziegfeld installation hag
fifth season for the same sponsor Williams-Betty White pilot, "A vision debut, she wants to play one unusual feature the control
On 156 NBC stations. Every yea.- Date With the Angels." will hit an 80-year-old woman The wnote'room is in hte basement under

All new arrivals of Ft. Amador the show is among the top 20 in the home screens soon. Mrs. Wil- idea smacks of very selfish think-: the studio. The men working the

Officers Wives Club are invited to the ratings and every year, gnns liams Barbara Hale is headed ing. But she has her reasons. dials and switcnes wui be unable
tne regular monthly meeting to bet star Bill Bendix, "we gel our for weekly home screen appear- "I've never done TV," she says, to see the stage proper; they'l
i held at the Fr. Clayton Officers' brains knocked out by the critics." ances, too, as the secretary in the "So for my first time, I want-to do have to watch the TV screen evet
Club at 12:30 p m. Oct. 10. It will! Everybody hates Riley except Terry Mason" who-dunits. . something really good. And since as you and I.
t be a joint luncheon with Ft. Kobbe th public. Day the Johnny Carson show was TV is an ephemeral thing, I think;
! v .......... i . t 1 -I I 1. .. L .. HUIU r ft- T r, .- t-l. n nhaniaa nnA A (AM A i

ana rl. ciayion viuua, icciv-i ahu uiu uir i l u i a, j nmnini uire oi dinger i urn ray i -au iac a mamc bin w
tions will be 'necessary. Bill, who is living the life of Riley Leonettils numbers was "Smile. thing different. It if turns out bad, FllllAIall liWIfAf
nr, .j ft tilirv nil ifcf ni.w Thiuioh Vnnr Un 1 Droitim, it won't haunt m fnr three vears I UIICI HI alwl fllvJ

'How to choose linens .wm be;0. ,k half-hour shows that will Kor his last show Tommv Dicked as a bad movie would.

discussed by Mrs. Fred Bowser,,. dd UD tr total m kv June the eouallv araronriat "Lone- "So I've" been thinking of play-l

who is to illustrate her talk witn;0f '57, "t ve never seen a cood some Road." ing an 80-year-oM woman, a bum,. I

samples of fine linen.

Balboa Women's Club
Moot Wednesday
The Balboa Women's Club will

Tomorrow For Navy

notice in live years says tuu. . ;m ;iory wrmcn oy a relative 01 ... nil a

"The critics rip us to bits. And If you're colltetino Elvis Pros- mine. Llizabeth Ennght. bhe s my WArVAf Hflrif lAFAflil
they do it every year. But Tin like1 lay quip ins. tad of Liberate great-aunt'a daughter; Bitsy and IfWIIlWI IIUIIIIVIVUU
Liberacc. 1 laugh all the way to jokes this yoar, add Mena Frto- I have never figured out just
the hank and sn does the stuinsnr man's lino ta vour irraobaalr- what that makes US." ("nnmerir iChanlainl John 1!

hold their regular meeting,!,, ;ve v.ears his stork has risen "The first timo I taw Elvis on TV The what idea of Ann hiding nnlltnemrtli will ennduet th. 1.

Wednesday at the Jewish Welfare from 4t0 134 thought something was wrang!u'l','ig and wrinkles, is rathr!cai funeral service for Cloya

ppainns, m if misjm aw unci (Kun HarKieroao, a wavy cm.

again

center, rhe social hour win start j E(ltJ Cantor is denying the re- with my ."

di uuic u tiut. w. n. t. ouiu-' ,min rumors su n with m

mertreuna ot Mercunos jewelry typical Cantor humor-"Why. I

siore win De me guest speaaer. look ljke George Jes8er. soot

rUl lUCUiUClb sic uigru IU dUCUU.

Gut W;ff.a

Carvyri H. Mourn blow
Memorial Post 3876
The Lt. Garvyn H. Moumblow

Memorial Post 38T will have its-di. t-d m( toW m, )ikt

CANAL ZONE PACIFIC POWER SQUADRON FOUNDER Paat Commandre William H. Clark,
jr JN of the Canal Zone Pacific Power Squa dron, is congratulated after receiving the Se Senior
nior Senior Member Award Plaque of the U. S. Power Squadrons at a dinner in his honor held at
the San Bias Room of the El Rancho on Friday evening. Mr. Clark leaves soon for Subic
Bay Philippines From left to right: James I Whitmroe, Clark, Harold O Frederick, Chair Chairman
man Chairman of the Entertainment committee, who arr anged the party, and Commander Ed Chandhr.

MISS ANN HAN SIT A ELLIOT BECOMES BRIDE
OF GUNNAR L1NDAHL AT ELLIOT HOME IN BOQCETE
Before an improvised altar In the Swedish chalet home
of Captain and Mrs. Hans Elliot, their daughter Miss Ann
Hansita Elliot exchanged wedding vows with Gnnnar Lln Lln-dahl,
dahl, Lln-dahl, son ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Lindahl of Call,
, Colombia. Saturday morning. The Rev. Robert Gusseck of
Balboa officiated at the ceremony.

The bride's mother was attired

VERNITA Oct.
1st ADD' SOCIAL
Given in marriage by her fath father,
er, father, the bride wore an Empire gown
of crystalline, the bodice of lui lui-pore
pore lui-pore lace having a round nech and
long sleeves. A tiny five point
Swedish crown of lturel and or orange
ange orange blossoms held in place the
ahort veil. of illusion. She carried
an old fashioned bouquet of Azuce Azuce-na
na Azuce-na de Cauca, or white iris with
streamers of orange blossoms.

Miss Monica Janson ot Barran,

nuilla, Colombia, a cousin of me

bride, was ner only auennani.
Wearine a eown of blue nylon or

ganza with ballerina skirt anil
finely pleated blouse,; She had .1
crown of small- blostjoras .of bine
lilies of the Nile, and carried an
old fashioned bouquet of the same
flowers.
Mr. Carl Axel Janson of Pana Panama
ma Panama acted as best man for the
bridegroom.

crafts in original designs Is cera ceramics
mics ceramics and in textiles.
Exhibitors must be 18 years of
age or more, and may enter a to total
tal total of six exhibits, but not more
than two in any category.
This art show is open to all art artists
ists artists in Panama and the Canal
Zone. There Is a small hanging fee
to cover insurance and expenses.

First, second, third and Honor Honorable
able Honorable Mention ribbons will be a-

warded in each category in Class

awarded on Saundty afternoon Nov.

in a gown of turquoise ('handily
lace over peu de soie.
Following the ceremony, a buf buffet
fet buffet luncheon was served in the din din-ingroom
ingroom din-ingroom of the chalet.
After a short wedding trip. Mr.

and Mrs. Lindahl are leaving fori at 4 p.m.
their home in Call, Colombia.
I Entries will be received In the
Among (he wedding guests were lobby of the Tivoli Guest House on
the Swedish Minister Plenipoten- Oct. 28 and 27 from 5:30 p.m. to
tiary to Panama, Colombia and! 8 p.m. All entries will be insured
Ecuador Lief Ohrvall and Mrs. I from Oct. 26.
Ohrvall, Mrs. Robert Gusseck, Mr.
and Mrs. Arturo Lince of Panama, I Ft. Clayton

Mr. and Mrs. Toleff Monnicae ntjNCO wivov uub

I .arid. Boauele. Mr. 10 r si en ine run viayiun w.u wives

' ;than nothing. Sh Is on of Holly-hjan supervisor, at 2:30 p. m. to
wood's mora talented actrssa, m0rrow, in the Bodman Naval
I with an Oscar on th mntlpic j chapel. -to
prove it. Sh is also about rh Mr. Harkleroad was born it
most versatile of th Wet Coast Union. Ark, on June 30 1906. From
beauties, a fact sh's dlightd 1 1935, he was an electrical contra
!wth. tor in-Coeur d'Alene, Idab,o;
I "I've been lucky," she says.: Brownsville, Texas., and Paducah
"They've never typed me. I thinkjKy. He has been employed by tha
a thfrA are turn reasons; fnr it. First. t).,Kiin nr.,..!, n.,rfm.Mi .u-

mm groUP Of WOmen WOO have formed T sort nf tnnnht nuainst lt. And. Pl. va.ol Gr.tiM Um oka.

tobal. Among matters of interest down. RMlhj Vm tMng it tMy.- a club that has escaped the faulU second, 20th-century Fox, to past a,ree yeats and at the timo
discussed wui be the Veterans' Eddie.s ..easyr. schedule of the oftt,most,wWOm,ens f2?l whom I was under contract, never was stricken, he was supervisor
Day Danke to be held at themoment: A fv spectacular on!."hen tormei, lllr 8rouP really figured out what to do with; 0f primary power distribution.
ra,nn6rsr5lubln Colon on Nov lOct. 18, another in November and; i.hese ,w?men ere "tSj! Up rae' Tney had me m "U lorts Mr. Harkleroad complained of
10, 1956. Cdr. Bonzoumet requests;m januarv and a five dav a week blg club meetlns- business ses-parts, which was fine with me."jfeehhg ill Wednesday mornina.

' ,.'1 rtl ",e uiuuisaii, j"' snoruy oeiore me aien was sound-
work, telephone committees, elab- Uhed actine a aueen an Eeyo- mi hut r,mMrfi t n.rtiniifa.

' orate refreshments and par tian oueen in Cecil B. DeMllle's'in t

retg"la,!; b"fi.ne" m"Ung .toliht if May but 'not to quit. j,.st
at 7:30 at the Post Home In Cns-! cut dpwn itH,. 5, Vf eu

who doesn't" and 2) his word

of honor that he's keeping faith!
W"Wh Ttid 'that heart THE FORMULA FOR
twoWy7.V.h.od" '."rJ: PRFECT .OMEN'S CLUB

Let mc tell you today about

had

.t.i iu woiiiuaiv, uu a iivr Usi a-'
that all members be present. radic snow starting Bee. 1.

Panama Canal Unit No. 1
American Legion Auxiliary
Panama Canal Unit No. 1, The
American Legion Auxiliary will

bold their monthly meeting at 7:30
p.m. at the American Legion Club,
Ft, Amador on Tuesday, Oct. 8.
Chairman of Atlantis
Needlework Guild
A vnmaiina nf tl,.. A 1.

... TT.'VL"0 ",c vuauiucD vi ii Efrinmnrj'
Attant A N.l.ni..k n..:A in u. 18 grmning

. . .,wsnuiA vi uiiu wm ue

Forty-lour of Dick Powell's old
Warner pictures will be on TV
this season in addition to his
weekly hosting of the "Dick
Powell-Zane Grey Theater," re reissues
issues reissues of Four Star Theater films
and a couple of old RKO movies.
Most of the Warner films are
musicals, including "42nd Street"
and "Flirtation Walk," and Dick

The Ten Commandments." (Andi Force Han until) annnniniete.lv

1-. j !.. ... u tu;c .. .... 'r .

But thev tlll Wt th new, n 11 uc"nue,y uul "uo "'"V lu"i m. wnen ne was taken by
havmYaToupd to Gor8" nMPiu
1 wou d tS r I""4 Th ,u CommandmenU.") accompanied by Mrs. Harkleroad
for tCmeasure of betoe toeethe? Her V181t ln ?ew Yo?k eai' di lMder- v ,rrivC
So toev -formed smal? club ied 17'year hoITor' .In.1939'u";his condition was not considered
asking only those thw "an ed' one of Brodway s ie,5nin8 ch''d serious but he was admitted to th.
Th sWooed Mkine anvone bt actresss- lne rom the; hospital for observation. At 8 p.
th,Z,u" y cast of Philadelphia Story" m. his condition became critical

cause uiey snouw. ;.ft ,h fnllrth ri9V nf r-hearsal.! t.. a,a rTk...r

Thev Hoe rioH tft moot ovoru .. uu wiou j. iwir

r-ll U. .. J v j Tht. wac thp CmilSn nir nf inP A-,, nt .n.nnnr,i n n,mn

"r:r.V c' "l0,'- lm Lola Albright went as far as she a rtrea'ded chore tho hosi. TO ",""n "'im wue.Estnor, and four daufh

chai men s bemfcaed to m. C0U'd g' ?0U, wo,n,t ithey agreed to sem nothing bS
null, t Jt g 1 1 .1 e seem curvy Mrs. Jack Carson! coffee

Heflin.

I and Class' II. The prises wiU be ; p,ans..Ior an'?ul collection of 'this season as one of the most im-

Jhanany f;

Skogsberg from David, Mr. iA
Mm f.nli Janson .nnele and

aunt of the bride, of BaranquUla,

Club will hoh) a Coffee on Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Oct; 10 at 9:30 a.m., in the
NCO Open Mess. A cordial invito-

"They told me when they fired
n a eh aavi "fhnt ft uroe Kan.

. m ill'. OIIV mtxjo- iimi n tt ma m

for the annual tea wuh the disniav XT n 1" 1 vu"'"i w"? UM jcause I was too old for the part.

of the collection The Atlantic N7 .V..tT Juk r m TZ v lney aeciaea lDre W0Mla De no I never believed them. I a ways
H lo-nri Rni iM L! ."n f .f.!'. f'". Se?re Montgomery1 officers, no dues, no business. It's thought it was because I wasn't

new items of clothlng or linen and! portant dolls in Rob.

ters: Mrs. Edward Anderson

(Grace) of Maricopa, Cal, Mrs,
Alfred Norvell (Estherlee of Lo Lo-cona;
cona; Lo-cona; Lynn Jodie and Kay Ellen
of Rodman. The three grandchil grandchildren
dren grandchildren are Leandra Elizabeth and

for the pur-jin a western flicker, made 10 ap-i Z 'Zn soebuT aetloBe 3"' J.UW" r.r, t W"8"h E.dwa-d Cloy. And.rson ad Debr.

puae oi a.ssisune me neeov in Co- n ranr.c n-iih ri, ict u.,. -j Alene Norvell. Tfire are one sister

u A.,rr. ik. nij.. i.-iu i" er on a xeriain uay.

Ion during the Christmas holiday
season. Ail officers and chairmen

ud that "too-old'' storv to soften

mi a ea.aa . ... .

, lne!ie w"nen mm as. m.av the blow, well, 1 met one or tne

are urced to attpnri thic immiri.ni j ui. T luuihc ml uuui ui people wno urea me yesieraay,
are.."gea 10 tlena tms important fid with a senes and Bob wa!aood talk over their coffee and to ,t it ... tm. .fier

asking, 'Whor do wo go f ro m.any wnt have the time go on tovau. i'Ve had that in the back of

. 'vwii i ui niarriej oeuier io nave luncn m a

meeting.

The officers

are: Mrs. Raul

Herrera president Mm Atutiniom:,uw D0D ao,nf wnf o-i restaurant.
tSLJlS' i.gt'.ni mastic show. So Im back in th The club has been flourishing

my mind for 17 years."

Cedeno, first vice-president; Mrs.

crroi rinw, second vice-i

Mrs. Walter Hunnicutt

Zmidmt- mov,e$ wi" d0 oth r TVlfor several years, with never a 6n
tVmSS' 1 ,ik H wy c'tnoment'f unpleasantness, no ri-j be
Pnh 1 mf ha t0.ww- m inalry oAny kind, no arguments,1,

..uiv uiua, ... ... .-...u. vwi.u, ....... : j,. -.,,. .i;u 1 nwm re warn, im rro inrvairy OI any Kl
dauyhter.lfion is extended to all members, Thelma Godwin fcn le.ttning B,B eWn,$ ,MJX fZg!
and Mrs.; non-members, and newcomers. i"1"?8 Miss Flnlta Urrea.l Dek HaymM i8 beaming overt

Colombia, and their

Miss Monies Janson, Mr. and Mrs.; non-members, and newcomers. i"-V. """""" fum "f Dick Haymos is beaming overi
Carl Janson, uncle and aunt of the! For further information about the Pnisn secretary. landing, a regular warbling job on

bride, and Mrs. Crede Calhoun of I club, call Mrs. Barnett tt 87-3249

Panama. Mrs Alfred Collins, nee j or mrs. wsiey at (-i

Inga Elliot; from Guayaquil, E-

By Mm

cuador, Mrs. Honorine Janson ot
Stockholm, Sweden, grandmother

of the bride, and Dr. and Mrs,
Carlos Pedreschi of Boquete.

n A.I I Plan.

KtnthPF Community Art Show

Miss Sheila Calhoun
Leaves For States Vacation

Miss Sheila Calhoun left ester-

Wit h

"Omnibus" start over ABC-TV

Sunday. night, Oct. 7. It wiU
the same high-type show, with

some slight differences brought on
by 4he necessity of competing with

euiOi Sundav nisrht. stalwarts as

plain old-fashioned socia-the Alcoa and GE Theatres and

the Bandstand TV and rado show bility as their only aim, they've! "jhe $64,000 Challenge."

,!,, ... 'mc uniiujKim xi auu nun Miuw.oiuiv as mcir oniy aim, mey ve
arMurTSiim.6 f ,New Yo : contract per. formed a group that ha. as much

D...i,7. ui miis leaves oi aosence tor movie
Percival Alberga, Mrs. Augustin,emotine and soeetaculars like

J?. j saaswdaaa oisju ayttiovumi a urt
Cedeno, Mrs. Enr que Co es, Miss NBcs "The Lord Don't Plav Fa

nma lonei, Mrs. juiia Gmh ..,ktt, ...nii .oj

day for a month s vacation in the( ant, Mrs. Hipolito Fernandez, on "Producer's Showcase" Dick
States. She will visit relatives and' Mrs. Carmen de San Felippo, Mrs. annul Into TV-

friends in New York, New Jersey

land Connecticut.

otherbnmd
Accurate Dosage
Orange Flavor
Doctor Approved

Commemorating American Art

Vu. uc vesHuta. otn. ui-i 'You either have a nervous
no Gonzalez Mrs. Oswaldo Guara-: breakdown or you relax and enjoy
gra, Mrs. Stanley Hamilton, Mrs. I it t riviH

Week, the Canal Zone Art League! Miss Lla Urruti Attends Raul Herrera, Mrs. Gunther

will present its annual Exhibit at;Foabody School Of Music Htrschfeld, Mrs. Herman Henri-! J0 Jo the stand-in for Benny
the Tivoli Guest House, from Nov. Lia Victoria Urrutia, daughter jquex, Mrs. Walter Hunnicutt, Miss; the chimp in the "Circus Boy"
4 to 18. To be featured in Class I of Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Urrutia Susana Jaen, Mrs. Adela Joly.i telefilms is evidence that there's
will be oils and wttercolort show- of Panama City, has enrolled as a; Mrs. Humberto Leignsdier, Mrs.1 nenotism in TV too He's a mon-

ing landscape, seascape, portrait,
still life, or abstract design; draw drawings
ings drawings in rhareoal. lead, ink, wax,
or pastel; woodcuts, lithographs
Or linoleum prints; and sculp sculpture
ture sculpture in wood, stone, clay orme'o!.
In Class II will be shown are

member of the freshman class at j David Kaplan, Mrs. Robert Leigh, key's
the Peabody Conservatory of Mu-Mrs. Vestal Morris, Mrs. Adcla del

uncle Benny's.

fun together as a men's pokerj por thing, Allstair Cooke
Club. I .ho will continue as MC will be

I'm passing on the formula be- introducing more big nam,
cause so many women write me Among them wilt be importad importad-that
that importad-that they are lonely but they don't; f rom-Europ stars. For anothar,
like women's clubs. mm of "Omnibus'" program-
If you don't like the "typical ; shows win b devoted to just one
woman's club with its over-organ-; toje
ization, its lofty aims that are Thj show., staff js looking for for-rarely
rarely for-rarely accomplished its time .con-: ward t0 this invasion of the prime
suming reports and boring busi- telecasting time. The figures show
ness meetings why not found a that w per cent more TV sets are
club of your own dedicated with- turned on at night, which means

Alene Norvell. Thre arc one sister

and for brothers presently resid residing
ing residing in the United states.
Mrs. Harkleroad and her two
younger daughters will fly to
Couer d'Alene for interment ser-

viees later una month hut t

hope to berNible to continue

residence in the canal zone.

The family1 requests
flowers be sent.

Joy Ride Becomes
Death Ride For
Hearse Driver
LISBON. Portugal, Oct. i (VP)
A ioy-riding hearse driver pilot,
ed his highly-ornamented vehielt
to his death yesterday while treat treating
ing treating 10 friends to a jaunt.
All 10 in the lively party wert
injured when the hearse overturn overturned
ed overturned and killed its driver.

out shame to pure enjoyment?

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A. The world-famed college oi mu- Errol Pinto, Mrs. Julia S a I a s,
sic opened its ddors for the 89th I Mrs. Frank L. Scott, Mrs. Henry
consecutive season on Thursday, 1 Simons, Mrs. Herbert Toledano,
Sept. 27." Mrs. Penelope Husodimos, Mrs.
, Gerald Morland, Mrs. Fabian Pin Pin-Lia
Lia Pin-Lia Victoria, who is majoring in. fe, Mrs. Morris Lyons, Mrs. Jifma
piano,, is a graduate of the Balboa de CoVreo, Mrs. Mercedes de Nu Nu-High
High Nu-High School in Balboa, Canal)nez, Mrs. Irma Burland, .Miss A A-Zone,
Zone, A-Zone, and also attended the Pana damary Anderson,
ma Institute of Music.
.,.. iiit Quarry Heights Women's Club
Reginald Stewart international- Tne regular meeting of the Quar Quar-ly
ly Quar-ly renowned pianist-conductor, is ry Heights Women's Club wiU be
director of the Peabody, the old-; held on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at

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Military Engineers Dinner
The Society of American Milita Military
ry Military Engineers, Canal Zone Post,
will hold a meeting this evening at
six o'clock, at the Albrook Offic Officers'
ers' Officers' Club.
Col. E. B. Jennings will discuss
the "Sixty-Cycle Power Conver-i
sion Program."

DRIVE-IN

TODAY

BALBOA 6:15 8:30
Air-Conditioned
o James Dean
"Rebel Without A Cause"
Cinemascope Color!
Tuesday "Diane"

DIABLO HTS. 6:15-8:25
"SINCERELY TOURS"
Tues. "Crashing Us Vegas"

MARGARITA 6:15 7:55
"Thunder Over The Plains"
Tues. "Hell Below Zero"

CRISTOBAL TL PTyKaVe l- 1 1
Air-conditioned The Court Jester Technicolor!
6:15 & 8:20 Tuesday "THE COBWEB"

PARAISO 6:15 8:00
""PATTERNS"

SANTA CRUZ 6:15-7:40
"GO, MAN GO!"

CAMP BIERD 6:15 8:20 "COPN THREE AND PRAY"

they'll have a potential 20,000,000
more viewers to interest. "Omni "Omnibus"
bus" "Omnibus" figures this year their efforts
will find a bigger audience, and,

;in many cases, a completely new
audience.
I

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goes by the unexciting name of
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iit's NBC-TV's second color studio
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US Blonde Will
Enter Contest
i For Miss World
WATCH REPAIR
jLane Cherry, T'. S. entry In the
; Miss World beauty contest, ar-!
irived today to pit her 36 24 36
charms a?ainst contestants from
all over Europe.
The 20 -year -old blonde from
I Orangeburg, S.k C, is on leave
! from her studies at Columbia Col
lege for Women to compete in the
beauty contest which opens here
next week.

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POwgt SQUADRON GUESTS ENJOY PARTY Members and guests of the Canal Zone Pacific Power Squadron enjoy cocktails before dinner at the San
Bias Room of the El Rancho on Friday evening in honor of Past Commander William H. Clark, Jr., JN. Pc Clark leaves soon for Subic Bay in the Phi'p Phi'p-pines.
pines. Phi'p-pines. Bhown (1 to f): Bill and Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Don Spencer, Mrs. Bill Taylor, Miss Florence Munger and Mrs. Kay Frederick. Standing (1 to r): Robert A
Berrv AP, Don H. Spencer, Cmdr. E. V. Chandler AP, James L. Whitmore and George M. Hall AP. Thirty members and guests attended v

Social and Otli

erwi5e
Continued

Bridge Club will begin play this
evening promptly at 7:15 at the

Margarita Service Center. Anyone

, ini 'rn'ot tH in n Qi'tntf hrilOa is

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most cordially invited to join the

group.

Mr Itflfn Wiitmr
Lmvm MUr Vacation
Mrs. Evelyn Weiser, who has
beea visiting her son-in-law and
daughter, Sgt and Mrs. Eugene
Pnaea of Lacona, left Wednesday
for her home in New Jersey.
During her cacation here Mrs.
Weiser enjoyed many social e e-vent,
vent, e-vent, eae of which was a dinner
buffet given by her daughter in
honor of Sgt. Prince's birthday
last month:
Other, who attended that party
wrre Mrs. and Mrs. Chaves, Mr.
and Mrs. Stiles, Mr. and Mrs. Dun Duncan,
can, Duncan, Sr7 and Mrs. R. Tapley, Mr.
tnd Mn. Stevenson. Mr. and Mrs.
Franclc," Mr. and Mrs. Edwards,
Mrs. Faultner and son, and Miss
Charlene Weisner.
F.r.w.ll Cofftt
Far Mr. Kaufar
Mrs. Louis A. Kaufer. who is
leaving later this week for Calif California
ornia California to visit with her daughters
was honored with a morning cof coffee
fee coffee fey .Mts. Paul Roth at her
home in Mtrgarita.
The following ladies were also
-p.w.nt: Mrs. L Barca, Mrs. C.

C. Fears, Mrs. M. F. Dunn, Mrs.

Florence Lee. Mrs. E. A. Dyer,

Mrs. J. E. Agee.'Mrs. H. D. Sny

der art Mrs. Jessie Albrignt. me

SrojjC3resented Mrs. Kaufer witn

o evening ug as

which there will be a guest speak speaker
er speaker iruni Aiercurios; ami Uci. ii
the Halloween Carnival.
fining tiie later weeii of Septem September,
ber, September, several members of the
Ciub enjoyed a tour of the Army
Quartermaster Bakery, Laundry,
and Cold Stortge Plant. Those at attending
tending attending were the Mesdames; Mar Margaret
garet Margaret filais, Jean Brace, Virginia
Dorsett, Doris Reed, Melba Wil Williams
liams Williams and Dorothy Harrell.

Fern Leaf Chapter OES
Will Hold Card Party
"A Card Pany will be sponsored
by the Fern Leaf Chapter No.

o:s on saairuay Oct. 13. Various 'om the canal Zone Pacific Pow

Lecture On Foait
Of The Black Christ
Mr. Fred Busch, well known ex

pert on places and events of local
i . in .ii. i.j

lnieresi, wiu give mi musiuiru
talk tonight at 8 o'clock at the
USO-JWB, on the Portobelo cele celebration
bration celebration of the "Black Christ." The
public is invited.

William H. Clark
Receives Plaque
William H. Clark Jr. received

He Senior member Award Plaque

sanies will be started at 7:30 p.m

at the Ancon Masonic Temple. A
door prize as well as individual ta table
ble table prizes will be given. Refresh Refreshments
ments Refreshments will be served. All members
and their fiiends are invited and
tickets may be obtained by calling
Mrs. Clara Godby at 2 3496 or, at
trie door of uie l'empie.

er Squadron at a dinner given m
honor at the San Bias Room of the
El Rancbo, Friday evening.

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Members who attended were
James L. Whitmore, Commander

Ed. Chandler, Mr. and Mrs. Ha

rold 0. Frederick and their aon

Case' William Clark, Robert A.
Rmtv AP P-C Brodie. L. Burn-

Swing Croup narn AP. Harrv H. Corn AP. Wor-

Of Holy f-amiiy Church den v French AP. George M

The Sewing Group of the Holy,H.i AP. Hii,0n f. Huizhes. Allen

f amily uiurcn is reminaea or r Miller, Edwin F. Rigby Af,

reminbed of their monthly get-to

gether this evening following Mira Miraculous
culous Miraculous Medal Novena devotions.
All the ladies of the parish are in invited
vited invited to come out and lend a hand
for a worthwhile project. If you
haven't any needlework or your
own, some will be supplies.

AMBUUtion
TtlitnaM Prrfi",

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Gotjts

lit Luncheon
RiceWray of the Pub-

Edycation Program of

was a guesi ai iuc
luhcheon at the Hotel

, Saturday, a toropu-

Dr. Rice-wray is

on a scholarship from
Health Organization.

visiting Soroptimist who!

Mrs-. Gladys w 1 n-

niornit.

from the Lions

Gustavo Trius.

president Amilcar Tribaldos and
Manuel Castro Zirto were also
present.

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business meeting with Eva Moore

JjrcaiUHlBiv iuajui 'inn BUCUUCU
as C1U Advisor. The Club took
this opplrfunity to welcome Mes
dam Sttsan C.ekalski, Inga Cam
pos, Krna Forkas, Sara Mayes.
BudBfTMUliell, Marie Kel'er, Bar
bara aftiaehart, Mary Wieczorek,
Geneva .Mason, Lucy Carter, Mar Martha
tha Martha Anderson. Meta McCoy, and
Kathtrmt Rhinehart as new mem-
Marie Hunt. Program, Chair Chairman,
man, Chairman, presented the calendar for
tht month as follows: Oct. 10,
Monthly Coffee. Oct. 18, Afternoon

Bridrf Party: Oct. 23, a Social at

Bridge Players Invited To Jam

Atlantic Club
The members

of the

Atlantic

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lor S. Johnny Vaucher, and Squad

ronettes Eleanor Burnham S, Em Emma
ma Emma Chandler. Alida Clark S, Ly-

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Captain John Waters, C a p 1 1 i n
Don Lytle, Mrs. Vivian Corn, Mrs.
Claire Hushes. Mrs. Kay Miller.

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PAGE SIX
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 111
Dull Split-T Football Swings. Coaches Back To Single Win$

Football

SOUTH
Kentucky 17, Florid 8
Baylor 14, Maryland 0
Tennessee 33, Duke 20
So. Carolina 14, N. Car. 0
Auburn 41, Furman 0
Miss. State 19, Georgia 7
Vandy 32, Alabama 7
i Virginia 7, Wake Forest 6
Boston U. 18, Wm. & Mary 18
Rand-Macon 6, W. Md. 2
Citadel 40, Stetson 6
Hamp-Syd. 28, Guilford 19
Tenn. Wes. 19, Marion 0
Shepherd 18, Newport News 7
MiUsaps 13, Sewanee 7
E. Tenn. St. 29, Maryville 14
Louisville 41, Evansville 13
Catawba 7, W. Carolina 0
Emory-Henry 17, Car. New. 7
Clemson 13, N. C. State 7
V.P.I. 20, F.S.U. 7
Millsaps 13, Sewanee 7
Wofford 27, Newberry 19
V M.I. 35, Richmond 20
W. Ky. 26, Youngstown 9
Dleta 12, Troy (Ala) 0
EAST
Navy 14, Cornell 0
Yale 20, Brown 2
Holy Cross 20, Colgate 6
Army 14, Penn State 7
Tufts 19, Harvard 13
Conn 27, Rutgers 7
Trinity 40, Bowdoin 13
Haven 14, Cal (Pa) 0
New Hamp. 13, Rhode Isl. 7
Car Tech 19, Johns Hopkins 13,
Princeton 39, Columbia 0
Tenn 14, Dartmouth 7
Temple 19, Muhlenburg 14
Lycoming 19, Leb Valley 0
Westminster 60, Grove City 0
Hamilton 47, R.P.I. 0
Md. State 28, Hofstra 0
Maine J4, Vermont 0
Springfield 26, Northeastern 0
Hobart 20, Rochester 0
Williams 42, Colby 0
Norwich 20, St. Lawrence 7
Swarthmore 13, Susquehan 12
Gettysburg 20, Albright 6
E Stroud. 13, Shippensburg 0
Drexel 13, Ursinus 7
Frank & Mar. 15, Dickinson 0
Haverford 33, Wagner 7
Cortland 6, Bloomsburg 3
Brandeis 13, Amn..Int. 12
Brockport 12, Clarion 7
Lehigh 25, Bucknell 6
Wesleyan 19, Coast Guard 12
Wash b Jeff 14, Allegheny 14
Amherst 40, Union 27
Uasala 7 Bates 6
Millersville 7, Kutztown 0
John Caroon 7, Geneva 7
Worcester 7, Middlebury 0
New Haven 33, Westhester 7 c
Mansfield 20, Kings 12
Nat. Aggies J3, wijs. Tchrs. 12
Bid. (Pa) 14, Edinboro 6
Hanover 26, Georgetown 0
Lafayette 28, Delaware 14
Davis Elkins 14, Bridgewater 13
Montclaiir 14, Cheyney 6
Juniata 21, Moravian 0
GlenviUe 21, Concord 7
Alfred S3, Kings Pt. 6
Wilkes 12, Ithaca 0
Penn Mili. 28, Bridgeport 6
Fairmont 28, W. Va. Wes. 7
MIDWEST
' Mich. State 9, Michigan 0
Tulane 20, Northwestern 13
Notre Dame 20, Indiana 6
Minnesota 21, Purdue 14
Iowa 14, Oregon St. 13
Ohio State 32, Stanford 20
Colorado 26, Kansas 25
Nebraska 9, Iowa State 7
S.M.U. 33, Missouri 27
So. Cal. 13, Wisconsin 6
Denison 47, Kenyon 0 v
Wayne 6, Case Tech 0
Wabash 27, Wash (Mo) 7
Carleton 19, Waynesburg 6
Dubuque 7, Upper Iowa 0
Anderson 21, Taylor 6
Bald-Wall. 14, Oberlin 13
Butler 32, Ind. State 0
Xavier (O) 31, Ohio U. 7
Franklin 43, Earlham 14
Ball State 19, Depauw 6
Lake Forest 31, No. Cen. 13
Cen. Mich 41, No. 111. 0
Lawrence 14, Grinnell 7
Capital 19, Hiram 6
St. Josephs 35, Valparaiso 9
Bethel (Minn) 39 S. Falls 0
McPherson 27, Baker 13
SW. Kansas 7, Ft Hays 0
Wahpeton 0, Valley City 0
Cen. (la) 7, Parsons 6
Lacrosse 44, Stout 0
Westmar 14, Dana 6
Neb. Wes. 34, Wayne 28
Bethel (Kan) 13, Ottawa 12
Washburn 34, Emporia 6
NW (Wis) Col. 33, Lakeland 6
Western St. 31, N.W. Okla. 6
Augusburg 27, Hamlin 13
Htidelberg 34, Wittenberg 14
Concordia 26, St. Procop. 0
Monmouth 14, Cornell (la) 13
Kalamazoo 20, Hope 18
Huron 40, S. Dak. Tech 7
Black Hills 13, Dak. Wes. 0
E. Ill Tchrs. 14, HI. Nor.
Ellendale 13, Mayville 12
Principia 27, HI. Col. 0
Jamestown 15, Minot 14
Tarkio 41, Concordia (Kan) 6
Mo. Mines 27, SW Tenn 7
S. Dakota 32, N. Dakota 13
I Bethany 31, Thiel 6
Wbeaton 33, Aug. :I0) 12
Millikin 32, Elmburst 6
la. Tchrs. 44, NW. Mo. St. 26
Yankton 12, Gen. Beadle 7
booster 35, Ohio Wes. 25
Eau Claire 20, Milwaukee It
Marshall 13, W. Mich. 8
Manchester 6, 111. Branch 0
E. Mich. 21, W. HI. 6
Mich. Tech. 20. Ferris 0
Hillsdale 34, Albion 0
Otterbejn 13, Akron 7
Wheaton 33, Aug. (Ill) 12
E. Ill St. 14, HI. Nor. 8
Miss. Southern 23, Dayton 6
Miami (O) 33, Toledo 14
Beloit 27, Ind. Cen. 6
Muskingum 33, Marietta 0
Bluffton 52, Ohio Nortern 13
Omaha 27, St. Ambrose 19
SOUTHWEST
T.C.U. 41, Arkansas 6
fetMe Miss 14, Houston 0
Texas A.&M. 40, Tex. Tech 7
Oklahoma 66. Kan. State 0
Rice 23, L.S.U. 14
West Virginia 7, Texas 6
Howard Payne 13, E. Tex 6
S.F. Austin 26, Lamar 18
Tulsa 54, Marquette 0
Bacone 14, Connors 12
Ipex. Luth. 27, E. CEN. Okla. 6
FAR WEST
I California 14, Pittsburgh 0
Washington 28, Illinois 13
U.C.L.A. 6, Oregon 0

Scores

Utah 41, Brig. Young 6
Western St. 14, Idaho St. 13
Occidental 13, LA. State 6
Laverne 58, Cal. Baptist 20
Barslow 31, Pomona 16
Mont. State 62, Colo. Hints 0
Carroll 20, E. Montana 12
AF Academy 53, Colo. Coll. 14
Wash. State 33, Idaho 19
San Diego NAS 39, U.S. Diego 0
Ariz. St. 29, Westminster s
Lewis Sc Clark 34, Col. Ida. 19
Chat'oga 14, Memphis St. 13
South'n Ore'n 27 Chico St. 35
Cal. Aggies 27, Nevada 19
Humb. St. 20 Sac'to St. 19
Puget S'nd 35 West. Wash. 7
Williamette 30, Pacific 7
Portl'r St. 39, Ore'n Tech 14
East. Ore. 20, Ore.Col. of En. 12
Coll. of Par. 21, Cincin'ti 15
Okla. A&M 32, Wichita 6
Plattev'le St. 9, Whitew't'r 0
River Falls 42, Sup. (Wis.) 13
Stev. Point 20, Osh. St: 13
St. Norbert 32, Loras 9
Alab'a St. 32, Lane 27
S.E. Louisa 40 Tampa 6
Xavier (N.O.) 14, Southern 13
West. Reserve 40, Mt. Union 7
North. Tchrs 16, South. Tchrs 13
Mankato 13, St. Cloud 13
Augustana 21, S.D. State 20
Utah St. 12, Arizona 7
MacAlester 27, Concordia 12
Gus. Adolphys 13, St. John's 6
N. Mich. 13, Demidji 13
Morningside 10, N.D. Aggies 3'
Win'Tchrs 13, Moorh'd Tchrs 0
Kan. Wesl'y'n 63, Friends 6
St. Thm's 34, Min. Durh Bch. 13
Colr'o St. 16, Adams St. 0
Miss. Coll. 12, Howard 6
Fairmont 28. W.Va. Weslevan 7
Cen. State 18, W.Va. St. 13
Poto'c St. 33, Saltm 12
Arkansas A&M 20, Henderson 14
Austin 20, Col. of Ozarks 6
South. State 31, Central 13
Ouachita 20, Ark. St. Tchrs 0
Ariz. St 28. N.Mex. A&M 7
N. Mex High. 21, Whittier 21
Trinity 40, Abil'e Christ. 0
E. Wash. 53, Brit. Columbia 7
Cent: Wash. 19, Whitworth 7
Tenn. St. 33, Grambling 0
Texas West. 34, New Mexico 0
La. Tech 6, McNecse 0
Wyoming 20, Col. A&M 12
S.C. State 26, Claflin 0
NEGRO
Fla. A. & M. 33, Ft. VaHey 6
Beth-Cook. 13, Morris Brown 0
Savannah St. 13, yia N.&l. t
Texas So. 13, Prairie View J
Va. Union 25, Howard 7
Va. Union 25, Howard 7
Dela. State 46, Hampton 6
Benedict 18, KnoxviUe 6
JC Smith 7, St. Paul Poly 0
Livingston 20, Paine 19
Clark 27, Tuskegec 13
Jackson 63, Miles 0
Lincoln (Mo) 27, Ky. "State 15
I eland 6, Phil-Smith
Dillard 20, Morehead 6
Rust 12, Daniel Payne 0
Ala. A.&M. 26, Fisk W
Bluefield 20, Win-Saleni 0
Shaw 6, Va. State S
N O Col. 7 St. Augustine 6
Langston 19, Texas Col. 13
CANADIAN PRO
Hamilton 42, Toronto 6
Montreal 42, Ottawa 35
HIGH SFHOOL
Jax Jackson 14, Miami Hi 7
N. Miami 6, S. Broward 6
Miami Beach 41, Key West 13
Cocoa 25, Seabreeze 13
St. Ann's 37, St. Patrick 0
Carver (Del) 7, Attucks 0
Pro Grid Scores
SUNDAY'S PROFESSIONAL
FOOTBALL RESULTS
Chicago Cardinals 35. Giants 27
Bears 37, Green Bay Packers 21
Fortyniners 33 Rams 30
SATURDAY'S RESULTS
Eagles 13, Redskins 9
Lions 31, Colts 14
Browns 14, Steelers 10
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UP) -Henry
Laskau, a member of the
1956 U.S. Olympic team, won the
Senior National AAU 15 kilome
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American time of 1:12.40. He clip clipped
ped clipped one minute and 56 seconds off
the old mark set 22 years ago.
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By HARRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NEA) Oklaho

ma's long winning, streaks have
not kept people from calling Bud
Wilkinson's split T possession
football dull.
Continuos ball control gets re
suits ot course, but exuberates
those who like open football.
The split-T with its spaced line
men and sliding quarterbak is a
thing' but a passing formation
This system is best set up for
three or four yards at a crack. It
is simpler to coach because it calls
for no more than live plays.
Any football man will tell you
that a team can do more things
from the single wing than the iplit
or stwflght-T. The single wing
lends itself to passing and decep deception
tion deception as wed as power. The tauDacs
is in position to pass or run.
The idea of the split-T is to
spread the defense. If defending
linemen do not spread, they are
open to angle blocking. So, the
split-T attack usually laces a nine nine-man
man nine-man line, making it tougher to
shake a back loose.
Straight T teams never got en
tirely away from single wing
blocking and split-T coaches quickly-discovered
that there were op-
posing linemen who still had to De
double-teamed.
The more successful coaches
who remained faithful to the single-wing
ideas into Pop Warner's
old double-wing. These include
Biggy Munn and Duffy Daughter Daughterly
ly Daughterly at Michigan State, Red Saun Saunders
ders Saunders of UCLA, Princeton's Char Charley
ley Charley Caldwell and Bowden Wyatt,
now at Tennessee.
i .
The triple threat practically
went out of football with the swing
to the straight and split-1. Is is
pleasing to know that Tennessee,
one of the last citadels of the single-wing,
has one in Johnny Ma Majors.
jors. Majors. Along this line it is significant
to hear that Terry Brennan is put putting
ting putting in some single-wing at Notre
Dame in order to take more ad advantage
vantage advantage of the tremendous all all-round
round all-round ability of Paul Hornung.
Tennessee, which hit the second
division shortly after Brig. Gen.
Bob Neyland retired to the chair
of athletic director, definitely is
on its way b-ck and with the single-wing.
General Neyland says he new
saw a better tailback than Majoi
was as Tennessee smacked tough
ie Auburn, 35-7. It was genuinely
thrilling to watch a man of Ma Majors'
jors' Majors' skill and the swift down-field
blocking of the Volunteers. An end
like Buddy Cruze and tackles on
the order of Johnny Gordy and
Charley Racier make Majors' job
easier.
Wyatt even looks, like Neyland,'
and this Tennessee -team, with 19
of last fall's 22 men back, could
go all the way despite the fact
mat Maryland; Mississippi and
Vanderbilt follow Duke on the
schedule:
Neyland feels that such celebrat celebrated
ed celebrated Tennessee tailbacks as Beattie
Feathers and George Cafego, and
now Johnny Majors, might never
have been heard of had they not
run from the single-wing.
To Bob Neyland and Bowden
Wyatt, any variety of T is prac practically
tically practically as bad as going back to the
flying wedge.
RP All-Stars
Whitewash
Legionnaires
By VICTOR GRAY
The visiting American Legion
Junior All Star team after rid riding
ing riding rough shod over all contend contenders,
ers, contenders, ran into its biggest surprise
yesterday morning at the Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Stadium, when Carpio Ta Ta-pia's
pia's Ta-pia's teen-age All-Stars turned
them back by a 4 to 0 score.
Hero of Panama's shutout vic victory
tory victory was pint sized righthander
Jose "Jantzen" Ortega who held
the visiting behemoths to four
hits, two of them of the scratch
variety. Panama's "Dnvid" fan fanned
ned fanned nine visiting "Gollaths"
while issuing two free tickets.
The diminutive Panamanian
slabster also was the leading hit hitter
ter hitter of the contest, as he enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a perfect day at the plate
with three singles In as many
times at bat. Ortega, In full
uniform and soaking wet, weighs
around no lbs. and stands 5 ft.
4". He is a student of the Arts
and Crafts school in Panama
City.
His pitching opponent, Frank
Davis of the Legionnaires, who
measures 5 ft. 11" and tips the
scales at 165 lbs. was touched for
10 hits, the big blow being Frank
Stabile's triple in the big third
with two aboard. The locals
scored all their runs in that in inning
ning inning which also featured a dou double
ble double by Veja which drove in a
run.
Ortega held the visitors hit hit-less
less hit-less until the fifth when John
Dawson, second baseman bloop bloop-ed
ed bloop-ed a single into short left to
open the inning. He was left
stranded as his mates failed to
bring him around. Right fielder
Geo. Wilhelm beat out a bleed
er to open the seventh, and that
same player led off again in the
ninth with a bounder that
went through the hole In short
for a base hit. First baseman
Merlin Nipper was responsible
for the other safety.
The Legionnaires defeated Al Al-brook
brook Al-brook on Saturday night 6 to 1.
A. L Jr. A. S. 000 000 000-0 4 3
Panama A.S. 004 000 000-4 10 2
Davis arid Engle, Strait; Or Ortega
tega Ortega and Gnardia.
The same teams are slated
to meet tonight at the Sta

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HAND-OFF TECHNIQUE Coach Ben Schwartzwalder eyes the ball-handling of Chuck
Zimmerman, as the Syracuse quarterback slips the ball to Halfback Jim Brown. The Orange
served notice by upsetting. Maryland. Zimmerman looked like the signal-calling find of '5fi

BOWLXNG

TASCO BATTERIES OVER
TAKES SEYMOUR AGENCIES
IN DIABLO MIXED LEAGUE
Dick Soyster and Bud Balcer
led iihe Tasco Batteries to a 3
point win over Pepsi-Cola to
cilmb into a tie wiih the Sey Seymour
mour Seymour insurancemen who drop dropped
ped dropped two games to the APA five.
Tivoil Motors lost two games to
the re-vigorated Atlas Club and
l.iissed the chance to take dver
.rst place and ended the eve eve-in
in eve-in tip wit.li the Braniff
Airways for 3rd position in the
standings.
Bud Balcer once again led the
men with a 624 series. Only one
pin behind and taking the hon honors
ors honors for the high game of the
evening was Chuck McGarvey
with 625 series and a 231 game.
Chuck was heaaea tor a reai ae aeries
ries aeries urltil a deflated 187 trooped
up in the last agme. Bob Boyer
took runner-up honors for high
agme witn a "0. ltcu fWC
and Thelma Camby once again
split the honors for the girls as
Thelma took high game with a
196 and Dell mcreasea ner u
for the individual average
an pvrpllpnt 528.
Tasco Batteries S, Pepsi-Cola 0
Thelma Lowande ana uuiue
Williams gave Bud Baicer ana
Dick Soyster of the Tasco outfit
all the help they needed to take
three easy games irom me rv-
si kids. Dick had a 2tf game
while Thelma ana uooue cup cupped
ped cupped in wlfch games of 177 and
171 For the Pepsi Cpla Ave Bob
Boyer and his spouse-led the
way. Bob had a 226 game and
a 571 series.
APA 2, Seymour Agencies l
Earl Best and Bob Easter car carried
ried carried the load as the APA ve
kndeked the Insurancemen out
of first place. Earl had a 574
series and a 221 game. Bob had
his best series of the season, a
569, which Included a 222 game.
Chuck McGarvey and Thelma
Camby were the only Seymour
bowlers to come close to their
averages.
Branlff Airways t, Colonial In
surance 1
substitute Bob Toland and
old faithful Harry Klumhp found
alleys 5 and 6 to their lining Dy
leading Branlff in their steady
climb to the top. Bob had a
nice 578 series and Harry Just
missed getting a 180 triple by a
176 in tne final game, jim ana
Nyra Riley led the improving
Colonial insurancemen. J i m
played eleavtor with a 213 one
game and 118 the next.
Atlas Club 2. Tivoli Motors 1
Ted Albritton continued his
fine bowling from last week wfth
a 571 series as the Atlas Club
let the air out of the Motormen's
tires. MacLane, a newly recruit recruited
ed recruited potential 600 bowler, followed
Ted with a 554 series. Ardie Col Col-clasure
clasure Col-clasure had her first 400 series
of the season which helped a
great deal. Bill Rogers and Ted
Schmidt with 561 and 558 were
the best for Tiovli Motors as Bill
Coffey had one of his few bad
nights. Regie Schmidt was high
for the ladies with a series of
447.
STANDINGS AT END OF 5th
WEEK
Team Won Lost
Seymour Agencies ... 10
,5
5
6
6
7
9
9
13
Tasco Batteries 10
Tvoli Motors 9
Braniff Airways 9
apa 8
pepsl Cola 6
Atlas Club 6
Colonial insurance ... 2
CLASSIC LEAGUE
Fifth Week
Team Satndings
Agewood 12
Austin 11
El Panama 9
Seymour Agency .... 8
8
9
11
12
Agewood, led by Bob Toland
and Bud Balcer, scored a smash smashing
ing smashing shutout over El Panama
Toland rolled a 632 series that

o

single game for the league. Bud
Balcer maintained his over 200
average with a 616 set. Mac
Lane, 591; Bob Boyer, 566; and
Dick Soyster, 520, helped Age Age-wood
wood Age-wood to score 2925, the second
highest team series in the league
to datce.
For El Panama, Billy Coffey,
578, and Bob Bowen, 540, were
the high scorers.
On alleys 1 and 2, Austin also
shut-out Seymour Agency, with
Dal Knoll, 601, and Will Snell Snell-baker,
baker, Snell-baker, 589, leading the way.
Austins' four point win cement cemented
ed cemented their hold on second place.
Mike Ifunes and Harry Colbert
scored in the middle 500s to lead
Seymour Agency.
Bud Balcer, 203; Billy Coffey,
m; ieo Wilber, 194; Bob To
land, 193; and Earl Best, 192 are
OFFICIAL LIST
Complele Prize-w
The
Prim
1S2.M
im.m
132.00
1.12.00
US
0249
0.148
MS 2.200.00
054S 132.N
0649
749
0849
0949
13200
mm
11200
112 00

sis s S t s
144 440.00 I 1442 440.00 1444 4M.M 14M 440 00 1448 440 00 14S1 440.00 1411 440.00 1451 4M.M I 1457 44W.N
1M1 4M.M I 1441 440.00 1445 440 00 1447 440 00 14M 440.00 14S1 4M.M 14M 440.00 14M 440.0 I 145S 440 0
Approximations Derived From Second Prize
MSI 220.0 1451 220 M MSI 220.0 MS 220.0 MSI 220.0 445 22 0 74S 22 M S4t IM.tQ I MS MM
44S 110.00 44S1 110.00 4454 lit. 4454 llt.M 445) 11 M 4411 11. 443 1U.M 4441 UM 1 447 lit.
4411 110.00 4453 110.00 4455 110 00 4457 110.00 4460 119 0 4412 110.00 44M 1100 446 UM I 448 110 M

S 8 I I S S I f
MH1S2.M 151 132.M UM 114 Mil 132.W MM 1324 Ml 132 781 1114 881 132 81 1M4
4642 884 4M4 88.0 4646 884 4848 884 465 884 453 840 415 884 457 884 48 884
4643 88.0 4(45 88.00 447 88 00 4(49 88.00 4652 88 9 454 88.M 465 S8.N 458 88 M 4CM 3H
..

Prize-winning Numbers of yesterday's Lottery Drawing were sold at: Panama, 1st and 3rd; Colon, 2nd.
The Nine Hundred whole tickets ending in 9 and not included in the above list win Forty-Four Dollars (S44.M each.
The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided in two series "A" & "B" of 22 pieces- each.

Signed by:
.

WITNESSES: Remigio Eiiseo D. Lopez. Ced. No. 76-047 S
Federico Amador, Ced. No. 47-14423

kJOTC. The winning tickets with the last cipher end with the two lut
nw ciphers apply only to the First Prin.
The Pint Prize end the Ind end 3rd Prizes arc drawn separately The ap approximations
proximations approximations arc calculated on the Pint, Second and Third Prim In can
a t.cket should carry the numbers of each prize, the balder It entitled to
elairo payment for each.

DRAWING OF THE 3 STRIKES
Sunday, October 7, 1956
Drawing Number M2
Fraction Ticket
Frist Prie 49 $11.00 $220.00
Second Prize 59 3.00 60.00
Third Priie. 51 2.00 40.00
I 1 1

Sports Briefs

SATURDAY
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (UP) -Maclem
scored a two length victo
ry in the $30,175 Absecon Island
Turf Stakes as Atlantic City clos
ed .its 50-day meeting. The track
set a new attendance mark of
834,173 and missed setting an all
time mutuel 'handle by $987,112.
NEW YORK (UP) Flying
Fury won the 450,000 added
Mtnyattan Handicap and Roma Roma-nita
nita Roma-nita won the $25,000 added Ma Matron
tron Matron Stakes on Belmont Park's
twin stakes program.
the five highest average bowl bowlers.
ers. bowlers. In the high team scores, Age Age-wood
wood Age-wood has rolled 2976 and 2925 to
lead while El Panama with 1041
and Austin with 1038 are the
leders in high team single game.
High in the individual three
game score are Coffey, 673; Bal Balcer,
cer, Balcer, 650; and Toland, 632.
High single game scores are
Tnlanri Wflhor and
Balcer,' 253.'

OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE
PANAMA. REPUBLIC OF PANAMA
inning Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1961, Sunday, October 7, 1956
whole ticket has 44 pieces which comprises the two series "A and "B"

First Prize
Second Prize
Third Prize

PRIZES ARE PAID WITHOUT DISCOUNTS OR TAXES

No Print No. Prim No. Print No. Print No. Print No. Print No. Print No Print
I I t I
1049 152.00 2049 132.00 SMS 112.00 4040 132.00 SMS 112 00 SMS 132 M TNI 1S2.M Mtt 132 00
1149 132.00 3149 132.M 3149 132.M 4MI U2.W 5149 ISSN 1141 132.00 7141 132.00 lltt 132 00
124S 132.N 1241 132.00 3241 132.00 4241 132.00 5249 132.M 1241 132.M 7249 13200 S24S 132.11
1341 132.N 2341 132.00 3341 132 00 4341 132.00 SMI 132.00 S34I 132.M 7341 131.M SMS 132.M
1441 44,000.00 2441 2.200. M 3441 2.200.00 4449 2.200.00 5449 2.200 00 (441 2.200.00 7441 2,200.00 1441 2,200.00
IMS 132 00 2549 132.M SMI 132.W 4MI 13X.M 5549 132.00 6549 132.M 7S4I 132.00 8541 I32.M
1649 13240 2M9 132 80 SMI 132 00 4649 13140 5649 132.00 SS4I 132JI 7MI 132.00 SMI 13241
1741 1.12 00 2741 132.M 3141 132.00 4741 132.00 1741 132.00 6749 132.00 7749 132.00 1741 112 00
IMS 132 00 2849 132.00 SMI 112.00 4849 132.M SMI 132.00 6849 I32.M 7849 132 00 SMS 132.M
IMS 132.M 2941 132.M SMI 132.01 4949 132.M SMI 132.M SMI 132M 7M9 132.M SMI 132 00

Approximations Derived From First Prize

Approximations Derived From Third Prize

ALBERTO ALEMAN. Governor of the Province ef Panama Ced. 47-12155
The Representative ot the Treasury RICARDO A. MELENDEZ

OUT OF DOORS

WITH WHITETAIL,
IT'S LADIES FIRST
By WARREN PAGE
Shooting Editor
NO animal is really smart. If
they were ifd be the critters.
not the humans, that were run
ning thmgs. Animals do however,
have various dgrees of instinc instinctive
tive instinctive or acquired cunning, and the
old argument about wnitetau and
muleys is really a debate about
cuteness:
From where this correspondent
sits, the vote goes firmly on the
sir'e of the Virginia deer, the
whitetail. For my dollars, the
snowv-sterned gentleman with
the long white flag and the long
hard name of odocoileus virgianus
has more cuteness packed into
one leg than the average mule
deer could tote in his whole body,
That's not' to knock the big
eared, beautifully- antlered deer
of the Rocky Mountain states. He s
a fine trophy. Taken before the
rut when he's fattened up after
a summer of lying around under
the rimrock, he's fine eating. The
style of massive rack a mule deer
can grow in limestone areas like
the Kaibab, certain sections of
Wyoming, Colorado, adn Utah
makes for a lot more oh's and
ah's than the relatively delicate
basket of a whitetail's antlers ever
could. But I don't think he's as
smart as his Virginia cousin.
This past fall, along with cus custom
tom custom gun- builder Frank Pachmayr
and a couple of frustrated race-
drivers, I jeeped back into some
country on the western slope of
Colorado, down beyond Meeker,
where there were mule deer and
then some, We'd see 50 to 75 a
diy, sometimes more.
That is moderately open coun country
try country in that the cedars are sparse,
and the rugged ridges and draws
are clothed only in sage and buck
brush. But in many areas that
buck brush was higher than a
man's head and jungle-thick, air
most everywhere dense and ,tall
enough to hide deer in dozens.
But nary a mule buck tried a
sneak when we worked the draw
heads and pockets. They busted
blindly out in high grear, laying
themselves open to cross- canyon
shots almost every time; usually
making one foolish stop for a look
back during the run. No cuteness,
i i t

1449 $ 44,000.00
4459 $ 13.20000
4651 6,600 oo

JOSE GDILLERMO BATALLA
Notary Public, Panama

Plan of Ordinary Drawing No. 1962 which will take
place October 14. 1956

The prties will he paid in accordance
the
Of no National
MlHnatt

Divided to two oarna of as tractiona

1 IH Prize. Serin A and B. at
1 Second Prin, Serin A and B, ot
1 Third Prix. Series A and B, of
18 Approximations. Sarin A and B. of
I Prin. Series A and B of
W Print. Serin A and B. of
(OS Print. Serin A and B, of
II AmnfaaatJofai, Serin A
I Print Serin A and B. of
and B.
lSApproxlmationa. Serin A and B
Prina. Sarin A and B. of

1074 Print
Price of a whole ticket
Price of a forty-fourth

with

just speed and desperation.
Under the circumstances, pos possibly
sibly possibly because so many of his breed
have for so long lived right (text
door to man and learned sime sime-tbirtg
tbirtg sime-tbirtg of his, hunting habits land
abilities, the smart whitetail kick
would have let the does go charg charging
ing charging out in plain sight. He himself,
fully aware of where his huiterj
were would have made a distreet
and hidden exit out througk a
back door a back door he had
throughtfully located for himself
before he lay down for a siesta.
All too many whitetail hunters
have found the tracks to show
how they were fooled by such
cuteness. But not once in a decade
will you find a mule buck pulling
such clever stunts.
Oddsmakers Again
Make Yankees 3-2
Series Favorites
NEW YORK, Oct. I (UP) -New
that the World Series is all
even again, the odds makers
have gone back to their original
pic!, of the New York Yankees
as probable champions.
After rating the Dodgers at
top dogs after they had taken
the Series lead, the odds men
now quote the Yankees TVs to 5
favoritas to win the whole Se Series.
ries. Series. They also pick the Yankees
at 6V2 to 5 to win today's game,
on the basis of Sal Maqlie pitch pitching
ing pitching for Brooklyn against Den
Larson for the Yankees.
Todo Sncanto .35 JfO
Double In Spanish!
Pedro Infante in
"Pueblo, Canto y Esperansa'
Christian Martel in
"UNA LECCIDN DE AMOR"
Today IDEAL .20
Paul Henreld In
"FOR MEN ONLY"
Robert Lowery in
"PIER 23"
10

Ml 1321
1141 IIS
IMS 132.0
341 132.M
9449 2.2M.0I
9549 132.M
1649 132.M
9749 132.M
9849 132 0
MS 13ZM

PABLO A. PINEL M,
Secretary.
with the Official Uat et
Lottery situated m Central A v
i
844,001 8
.0.00 nch serin
.M n
1.100.00 nch i
MM nch terin
12 00 nch i
of 8
of I
44 J each nrin
U 00 nch nrin

TOTAL 114. TXl
$22.00
part J50

. Denver 22, Montana 13

tutist at 3-36.
a 256 game new man



PAGE SEVEN
MONDAY. OCTOBER I, ISM
Yankees Send Out Larsen To Give Them 3-2 Lead

PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER

. SMBBBBBBBBBBBH
Erratic Righthander
To Oppose Sal Maglie

By LEO H. PETERSEN
NEW YORK, Oct. 8 (UP)-The New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees sent erratic Don Larsen out to give them a 3-2
lead in the World Series today while the Brooklyn
Dodgers asked 39-year-old Sal Maghe to reach back
into the past for one more great clutch game.
Back even again after yestor-; stories of all time that the old
a,v fi.o Zv th Yankees icurveballer and onetime i-ub-

Editor: CONRADO SARGEANT

Brooklyn

vwj, Ik.. ... ...

ti p fnrtt. ot mm. fn s man- c Enemy no. i ui

to-man" odds to win the -firth was named for the kej ipnt
tame of the Series and at 1 Dropped by bth the New York
to 5 to win it all. The experts, Giants and Cleveland Indian, in
were figuring. the Yankees could. the last year and a h alf, M ag-

Visiting American Legion
Players Well Qualified
To Be Goodwill Ambassadors

TO L0
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In CinsmaScope!
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LLAMAS CONTRA
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Robert Wawner and
Virginia Leith in
IN KISS BEFORE DYING
in Cinemascope and Color!
And the big robbery
Sterling Hayden and
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THE KILLING

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THOUSAND TIMES
with Jack Palance
- and -THE
LONE RANGER

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25c.

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is

BOBBY WARE

MISSING
BETRAYED WOMAN
- and
HOUSE OF DEATH

By WALTER C WATSON
Sixteen young citizens of the
United States, each from a dif different
ferent different sta(:e. comprise the. Amer-

extend their "Stadium jinx" over lie was the key pitcher wtio iea;ican Leglon team of baseban
the Dodaer today and then take the Dodgers to the pennant and ipiayers now visiting7 the lath-
ine uoagere woJ Ik... ..all. hark tndav to ,i e wviHwi am

ine of une two remaining gu "" r,ic7 r.i, i. iruo' i" ;

Dassauurs.

at Ebbets Field. (try to put mem w.

Another crowd of 70.000 was, victory oi ovi..B..

Mnertert at massive Yankee Sta- .world championship.

dium today, with the Series then
shifting back to Ebbets Field for

Athletics, to give a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration of human courage and de determination,
termination, determination, never equalled.
His injuries removed him from

the field of play but his love of
his country and its national pas pastime
time pastime soon found him devoting
his full time and effort develop

ing the minds and bodies of!
those citizens of tomorrow, upon
whom the world may well de-1

U J lavant l- Ofl TY1P V

Current estimates are that the clutch no-hitter against the
winner's share S be about $9,-1 Philadelphia PhUlies on Sept. 29.
800 each and toe ler' about He started the Dodgers of f right
. nnn aniAf e by beating the Yankees, 6-3, in
Manner Casey Stengel, still; the opening game of the Series
sSJS" for pVhing despond goes into .his big one with

the two straight Yannee victo victories
ries victories which evened the series, is

These fine youngsters, grad graduates
uates graduates of hieh schools in Ilhnois

Maglie acquired on May 16,; Louisiana, Tennessee, Kansas, ipena for leadership in the strug-1

compiled a 13-5 record for the Arizona .Oklahoma, Florida, New g against tne leaders oi com-;
Dodgers this year, including a i jersey, Oregon and other states, jmuniam who desire to spread;

do not form an an star team e mm inmras ui incir dwiruiui i

octopus arouna tne wona. jno in

Tigers Whip J.C. 14-0 Sturdy Work

In Interscholastic Grid

Opener At Mount

Hope

NEW YORK, Oct. 8 (UP)-Box
score of the fourth 1956 World
Series game:

giving Larsen a second cnanue
to redeem himself. The six-toot,
four-inch, 225-pound right
hander was staked to a 8-0 lead
in the second game of the Se Series
ries Series but was kayoed in the sec second
ond second inning when the Dodgers
scored six times en route to a
13-8 triumph.
Manager Walt Alston, on the
other hand, called on the man
wha never" has failed him the
unsmiling, unemotional Mag Mag-le,
le, Mag-le, who so often played Hora Horatio
tio Horatio at the bridge for the Dodg Dodgers
ers Dodgers this season.
It's on of the great comeback

four full davs of rest

The Yankees, confident as al al-wavs.
wavs. al-wavs. are sure that they can

beat

Bv TREVOR SIMONS

Scoring touchdowns in each

ihe extra point and Cristobal's
14-0 win.

As always is the case, and sel-

mlorht. ha pvnprtpfi

Abllltv to nlav baseball is prob- dividual is better qualified for of the second and fourth quar- dom is acknowledged, much oi

ably the least important of the! this job than Mr. Commissioner ten, Cristobal Hihg School drew the credit for Cristobal's 14-0
necessary ualificationj qrequired Lou Brissie, the number one rov- first blood in the interscholastic win goes to their line who wee

to make this team:

its kind and probably the Tore Tore-runner
runner Tore-runner of what is hoped will be become
come become an annual mission, design

the Dodgers' "Cinderella t ed solely to carry the word of

Kid" and extend their mastery democracy iad good fellowship,
over Brooklyn at the Stadium. h0 the sister republics south of

The Yankees have won nve the Rio Grande.

six games agains; tne uougers

Claudio Martinez
TKO's Juan Diaz

Claudio Martinez. 118, scored a

at the fltadlum In the last two

years, losing only Johnny Po Po-dres'
dres' Po-dres' 2-0 seventh-game finale
last year, but have dropped five
straight earnes at Brooklyn s

, Ebbets Field handbox.
In those six games at the
Stadium the Yankees have
outscortd the Dodgers, 26-15,
' while Brooklyn has won five

straight at its home park
while oatscorfng New York,
46-22.

Stenael indicated that he:

In order to fulfill the mission

of goodwill ambassadors proper properly,
ly, properly, (the qualifications required to
make a place on this team have
been set high. The aspiring can candidate
didate candidate must have had grades of
90 or better in all subjects in
high school. He must have the
highest recommendation of the
school superintendent for work
in school as well as character
and he must be recommended by
the American Legion state base-

Dan commissioner.

The results of such entstand-

the first of lng ambassador.

sparing no expense to give
the youngsters a well rounded
education on the' trip, the
American Legion designated
as coaches the eminently qual qualified
ified qualified Peter Palumbo and Gil

, Archuleta. As team physician

s tne distinguished Or. Alfred
J. Snraei of Washington, B.C.,
and in charge of public rela relations
tions relations dynamic, efficient Irving
Herschbeln, Associate Editor
of the American Legion maga maga-sine.
sine. maga-sine. The entire delegation, 21 citi

zens of 21 different states, con

Brooklyn (N)

Gilham.2b
Reese.ss
Snider.cf
Robinson .3b
Hodges. lb
Amoros.lf
Furillo.rf
CampancllSjC
Erskine.p
AWatker
Roebuck. p
B-Mitcheil
Drysdale, p
C-Jackson

Totals

would 3nd pat with his win- nf academic and athletic a

nine lineup

Alston also indicated that he
would remain with his Sunday
lineup.
Tom Sturdivant shook off the

third- round TKO over Juan iaz great pressure ot nis iirsi worm
11 115-1-2, last night at the Colon) aeries start yesterday to flatten
Arena in a feature bout scheduled j the Brooklyn Dodgers, 6 to 2,

and square the woric. series at

far ton hpats

vt.iiMA uiua ninvin0 t slight

edge when he began roughing up
the loser with hard rights and
lefts to the head and body. In an
exchange. Juan Diaz suffered a
deep, wide-gash under the left eye
After the round was over box boxing
ing boxing commission medico Dr. Al Alfredo
fredo Alfredo Ehletrs examined the fighter
in his corner and recommeded
that the bout be stopped.
Horacio Ottis, 134- 1-2, kayoed
Carlos Watson, 137-1-2, in ls45 of
the fourth heat of the semifinal,
set for tight.

Edwin Sikes, 118. won by unani

bllitv hrsng the rich reward of

serving as an ambassador of
the individual s home state en
the team and places on his
broad and well developed
shoulders a responsibility; far
which his training as a good
citixen at home, has well a a-danted
danted a-danted him.

These youngsters, representing
the north, south, east, west and
central states of the USA. on

and off the field of sport, pre

sent a true Dicture Of American as notllblt of the

him, thrilled a Yankee Stadium. youth. They have well developed and traditions of the otnerwon-

crowd of 69.705 as he survived a minds and bodies and are aaiderful people of this hemi-

bases-filled Dodger rally in the graceful in defeat as they are
ninth. He finished up his pres- humble in victory. They play to
surlzed job by stranding eight win but they know how to lose,
base runners on six scattered; The race, creed or color of their

hits

two aamea each

The cool Kansan with the
blazing fast ball, unruffled by
Dodgers dancing on the base-

oaths or by two errors oenina

race with a 14-0 win over Canal. often hard-pressed Friday nier.t

jZone Junior College. Playing be- ( to hold J.C. at bay. Russel Pa Pa-fore
fore Pa-fore an overflow crowd at Mt. vorite, playing his first full
vton stadium, the Tigers ral-igame In the absence of Cristo-

!lied from a bad first quarter to j bal's star tackle, Milton Grover, Vnplt
I hold' the heavier Junior College was in on nearly every tackle ; r,w1JJ K
,at bay on the CHS 10 yard line and was an iron wall of defense h
land, despite having to play most! against any and all plays com-1 Mnti-'Pf
of the first half in their own ling over his left tackle. Brnac
territory came back W score the Excellent blocking by Keiv slaughter If
tint touchdown in the tecond Stone Sammy Newhard and! M.rtin 9h

period. Jack Willoughby was, in a large1. McDougald,

naj rcspunaioie ior me CnBto 'Carey ,3b
bal's successful running often-i sturdivant.p

oic aim tne inspired nlav or

Totals

AB
4
4
4
3
4
3
.1
2
1
1
0
1
0
1

31 2 6 24 11

From the onenina klckoff the

Tigers found themselves in hot

AB
4
3
4
3
4
2
3
3

HO
1 1

gejps

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m

Sandy Amoroi

A-
hp-

29 6 7 27 9

watr. Ha fback FranK ammi ui jumuiy honest lei t manv a

slder thatihey have been royal-D,i jjick tnd hurrying along the from a prone position, if we had A"Hi.t. inl double P1,y for Erskine
ly entertained here. Included in i ide of the field, was not counted the number of times I m 5th

their Itinerary was the high hgjted until he reached Cristo- i that Cristobal's center Barry Da Da-honor
honor Da-honor of visiting President Er- bsd's 20. Quarterback Fred Ray-!v'son ploughed througTi the J.C.

Meow ui i umiuii v we rrc-1 boume completed a pass io ,"" iuitc mem io nurry
idencia. whera they presented gichter and J.C. was In a threat-; P'ays, there would have been
him with an autographed base-! enin position on the Tiger 10 more than a few.
hall a n4 n A mamm r..l.n' r ... .... . l! Dale T Mnj. t ..

nu ii niui:in n uckiuii Vorri hip A Hhpktip n n muuini J.u.a irraiia-nan-

WHAT'S NEXT? Sandy
moros, who barely escaped

ing the sand in Brooklyn's pen pen-hant
hant pen-hant motor, entered the Wund
Series where he was a hero
year wondering what was in
store for him.

I Martin McDoueald Collins.

b-Flied out for Roebuck in 7th LOB Brooklyn 8, New York 3.
C-Struck out for Drysdale in 9th BB-Erskine 2, Drvsdale 1. Slurdi Slurdi-Brooklyn
Brooklyn Slurdi-Brooklyn (N) 000-100-001-2! v ant 6. SO-Erskine 2, Roebuck 2,
New Teric (A) 100-201-20x-6 Drysdale 1, Sturdivant 7. 110-
I Erskine 4-4. Roebuck 1-2. Drys-

Junior baseball medal. Knowing rwiik tody" on trie line, teamed u i ..i.-'VJ,

ZlEVtySrTtZt 15 nd they were unab'e ,t0iriL? ter andwbel !n .tte.Riw 2, Hodges, Camnanella. 2B-.22. W-Sturdivant. L-Erskine. U U-?S
?S U-?S th!yw!h Vdvance more than two yards ino" losing effort and goodlcollins, Snider, Robinson. Hr- NaPf, A), Plate; Pinelli (N), lb;
of state, presented by the high- four iQVns. Cristobal and pun ting from Al Blackall possi-i-Mantle. Bauer. So -Mantle. SF- Soar (A). 2b; Boggess (N), 3b

ransing erer uipiomi, ,, inio r collese exchanged punts,;0iy aavea Junior College Irom a MeDouffald nP-C.illiam Reese-: R.me- A. Gorman INI Foul

est

would be more appreciated than w tne ball gtm remained in worst fate.

me aoove menuonea gins, pre-'ifi-,. terrltorv with J.C. in pos-

Hodges; Collins (unassisted); LINES. T-2:43.

69,705.

sented by a group of young citi citizens
zens citizens whose sincere desire is but
to bring the goodwill of their
country to all the nations that

they 'visit and to learn as-much

background

session on the 47 yard line.

i -.
The first, half of the .econd
period was much the same story
with Cristobal trying desperate desperately
ly desperately but, for a while unsuccessful unsuccessfully,
ly, unsuccessfully, to get into J.C. ground. Mid-

to.rtffamsin, to thair hocoas JJ tbenWlva on the Tiger

batter able to understand and

i .1 i-1 it,.:.

Thi .mKoin n n r w

neighbors.

opponents means nothing to; were also honored to meet An-

And there were cheers billow- them. This is America at its ; gel Lope casis, Panama's Mlnis-

ine up into a cloud-dotted sky, greatest. ter of Education at the ministry

too, for home runs by Mickey! Behind (this fine team of tal-and Gov. William K. Potter of
Mantle, a mammoth 440-foot, ent is a man who in himself is the Panama Canal.

I, nun wj im.w... . .ntn.r:.u ul., .li n- imU,.Mam wnmv. ..n-l.il V. ImhImd

mous radict oer jjasiuo wnnpniw . . ainr i. T n-t..). mm t uhMuwi th.v huH th nn.

nnr riMinnr infl KM1. CID, l&iU inu-iu. ouiwu mm uinill jBKUci uvu uiiwv, uvbmnuwu.. ...w wr

in a

ley' Hooker, 136, made v short work
of Randy Turpin, 137-1-2, by knock-

me him out in 1:07 oi tne 1 1 r s i

stanaz. The match had been set! by hanging the defeat on curve curve-for
for curve-for four. balling Carl Erskine.

the left field seats by home run commissioner

hungry Hank Bauer as the ram- gion baseball, seriously wounded

pant Yanxeeg squared tne series in ms country s service curing

of American Le- portunity of seeing many points

of interest, in the Canal zona

world War II, Lou returned to

I his team, then the Philadelphia

mm I f 1 J
Lady Edna Surprise Winner

In Arturo Delyalle Classic

48 vard line, fourth down and

to go. in puni lormn-

tion a bad nass from center

went over the head of quarter quarterback
back quarterback Raybourne and was recov recovered
ered recovered by Forrest, Cristobal right
end.
Starting from Junior Colleee.'s
36-yard line, where the fumble
had been recovered by Cristobal,
Robert Lowe and Jimmy Brooks
took turns in running the bail
un to the J.C. 24. Lowe handed

off to Hawthorne who pitched!
out to Billy Gibson and the Tl-1
arers had pained eight more;

and of going through The Gail Gail-lard
lard Gail-lard Cut in a Pan canal motor
launch.
Prof. Jesus Ferrer Gamboa of
Triple G Garrido'g physical edu-

. i a j" P i SXCIO

caiuon aepartmtnt nas personal- .rh.ir uon-thnme

SlSSSTtsSW the drive going, pitching,
SSlm! rSfcid. .JrJedlbal halfback racing all the way:
Panama city of today, Included to jC i 6 d llne DavId H(lw
in which was a party where the .ii .rnnH th utt

ns -.?W-. line and getting gpod!

Unpredictable Lady Edna, rac-j however, still managed to win
ing like she never has before, three races to be the day's top
vesterdav afternoon carried the rider.
me -colors that were once worn The dividends-
bv the late Don Arturo Dehalle's
stable to victory in the $3,000 add-ADD LADY EDNA Snorts B ...
ed one mile Arturo DelvaUe Clas- FIRST BACK
ic at the President Remon race l Copar I28.lt, $T4.
track. J 2 Incalca $4 26.
The colon of the famous Stud SECOND RACE
E4 Aguila are now carried by .:, mberwell $4.M.
horses owned by Don Arturo s;2(N place betting),
ions, Mat and Eric. Thus, yester; First Doable: S116 60.
dsv's classic ws pracUcahy an, THIRD RACE
all'-DelvaUe affair. It was tea l Golden Pck I22.46, 5.l.
second straight ciasslc victory foi ivvinsaba $5.46.
the Delvalle family, their track1
eharapionsnip candidate OpulentOi One-Two: $118.20
havSg raced to a record-breaking FOURTH RACE
victory only last week. ,1 Radical $3.46, $2.80.
Lady Edna, a bad last in herij U Guararena $5.26.
previous start, went off the least,
strater in the field of Six that con-;
tested the classic purse and tro TAfUw'f Of Ahah A
phv. She rewarded her backers .lUtiaj J rlUIIBUIC
with a juicy $18.80 payoff after
rscS.w.yTo
. T.mrth over the hiahly rated

Don Brigido which had entered NEW YORK, Oct. t (UP)
the homestretch looking like a probable starting lineups for
sure winner. the fifth ganSe of the World ge-
Don Pastor finished third a tier ries today:
. creditable oacesetting effort.!

Elenita wound up fourth to fet the
short end of the purse. Mutuels
choice Tingat was a. big disapoint disapoint-ment,
ment, disapoint-ment, winding up a poor fifth and
the outclassed Moonshiner, which

Quiniela. $U.M
FIFTH RACE
1- Lady Edna $18.80, $5.40.
2 Don Brigido $2.21.
SIXTH RACK
1 Matron $13.68, $4.60.
2 Fuertt $4.60.
SEVENTH RACE
1- Cart illero SS4.60, $3.20.
2 Florera $4.
Second Double: $4141
. EIGHTH RACE
1-Soft Note $6-8, $4.

1 Grimilda $8.21.
Quiniela: $11.8.
NINTH RACE
1 -C.olaso SIM, 14.6.
2 Pappa Flynn $5.
One-Two: $22.66
TENTH RACE
1- Cachafai 84.46. $2.6.
2 Globt Trotter $2.6.

Fads And Figures
For Fourth Game
Of World Series

to see all of Panama's beautiful

typical dances.
Today U8ARCARIB will give

tne delegation an eyeful of un

blocking all the wy, went oevr
standing up for the first Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal score. Billy Gibson, playing

Cle Sams military installations f th sed to Rankln
lathe Cana Zone to wind up a fnr evtra

busy five days on the isthmus.

So far tne team has played

two earnes on the isthmus and

have split even. They defeated
the VFw Teeners at Albroolt's

Beam Stadium on Saturday

night 6 to 1 in a well played
game. Yesterday the local Pan

ama boys shutout the visitors 4

CO 0.

In victory and In defeat both
local and visit n teams earn earned
ed earned the high praise of the gen general
eral general public for their deport deportment
ment deportment en and off the field. And
ne one was more effusive than
Lea Brissie and his team a a-boot
boot a-boot the playing ability and
sportsmanship of the local
boys. They were deeply im impressed
pressed impressed and grateful to have
had the opportunity to play a a-ga'nst
ga'nst a-ga'nst such flnr teams, before
such hospitable and generous
audiences.

end zone lor the extra

raced in an entry with Don Pas Paster,
ter, Paster, brought up the rear.
An enthusiastic crowd that I" I"-eludes
eludes I"-eludes tourists in, the Vornado

group cheered when alias Vilma
Delvalle. a daughter of Max, pre-
sented the silver trophy to her
cousin Raul, Eric's son Jockey
Fernado Alverex received a pre present
sent present from the DelvaUe family.
There was also a handicap in.
honor of the visiting Vornado
tourists called the Vornado Handi Handicap.
cap. Handicap. Golazo turned on another
sweeping stretch drive under an
exceAen ride by the veteran Jose
Sravo to nip Pappa Flynn in the

handicap.

BROOKLYN
Junior Gilliam, 2b
Pee Wee Reese, as
Duke Snider, ef
Jackie Robinson, 3b
G I Hedges, lb
Sandy Amoros, If
Carl Farino, rf
Rov Campanula, e
Sal MagUe,

NEW YORK
Hank Bauer, rf
Joe Collins, lb
Mickey Mantle, ef
Yogi Berra, c
Enos Slaughter. If
Billy Martin, 2b
Gil McDragaM, as

Tontvht at 7-M th nlvm

pic Stadium the visitors play' the completed a pass
Fanama selection again ard it J-C's attack had

in 'the

point.

. The second half of play, and

the second Tiger touchdown was

somewhat more spectacular tnan
was the first. Junior college,
with a good running attack go going
ing going that featured Dick Home,

Jimmy 8m!:h and joe uwere

takinc turns in nano-ous ana

pitchouts from Raybourne. aeain

drove oeep inio uriiuu"
ritory. Then on Cristobal's 23, a
Raybourne pass was intercepted
by Harry Keepers, Cristobal end.
Latter on in the third, it was
Cristobal's Jeff Slaughter that
recovered a J.C. fumble when
College had driven In
wav to Cristobal's 10 yard line.

m tin. middle of the final pe

riod, it was John Coffey that
made the game all the more
jriiiar r a v b ourne had

pass w vus

now movca to

na it -v- i v..n

is sincerely hoped that a large Crlstobars "a""A

nmnh. r f.n. .ui u. i,.J?!off. first to Dick Home and

.lumuvi v ssm was up UI 1 I to IIU tU n A a it ftPCr
YORK, Oct. TJP)-for the fareweU performance of (then tc Jim Sm'SUS

NEW

Here are the figures for the
fourth game ef the World Series:
Attendance 69,105.
Net receipts. $3,426412.38.
Commissioner's shares, $64.-021.84.

this team

In an interview wLh Lou Bris Brissie
sie Brissie at the Hotel Ef Panama, he
stated that he believes that
there are some outstanding ball
players on the team and that he

was sure that when the tour was

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flub., and leaanea' shares,, up with farm clubs of the big him. Raybourne caught

$145,1 is. 1 8. ioe teams.
Composite f rures for the first Ambassadors of the caliber of

four games:

Attendance, 214,378.

Net receipts, $426,812.29.

194.6.

Andv Carey. 3b

Don Larsen. n x-Plavers' share. $6683,561.53

Umpires Plate. Babe Pinelli I Cinb and leagues' share, S450,

Leading jockev Alfredo Vasquei NL); lb. Hank Soar (AL); 2 1374.35,

"io had the !r l-n on Paopi onsty soggess tmi,); sm, irry
Flynn, was completely outgeneral- Napp (AL): Of. Tom Gorman x -Players share In only
led by the aged Bravo, VasquexNL) and Ed Runge (AL). .four games.

onrl t

Raybourne, attempting to pitch
h( rivht half back, was

shocked to see Cristobal's end
Coffey come racing through to
Intercepts the pitch-out. Cot fey
was off in the clear, headed for
.i inn pavbourne. an ex-

up to

Coffey, but not untn tne nS

end had reached j.c.s u yr
line and set the stage for tne
second Crlswbal score.
Ray croft handed off to Haw Hawthorne
thorne Hawthorne who pitched out to Lowe
and the Tigers were lnchei

spectlve the typical American I shprt of a first down, on me z z-boy.
boy. z-boy. This well bred, clean, hon- yaW line. Croft handed off to
est rnnraoanii t riiKini inrt In. Hanlhnme once more, this "mf

ItelUgent specimen of a great, the pitch out went to Bill Ran-
ponn'rv seeltin. nnlv tn imcrove kin and Rankin raced around

first the lot of its own people and left end for the touchdown. Ray
i that of yiumanitj, I Croft went over right tackle for

Loo Brissie and the 20-man del delegation
egation delegation accompanying him to
Central and South American

countries bring an Immeasura-

( ommissioner's, bares, $l,-ible amount of goodwill to the

U.S.A. by providing iij full per-

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Son-Less Shah

May Soon Shed
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LONDON, Oct. 8 (UP) Iran's
Shah Mohammed, who already
has divorced one wife because she

give him no sons, soon may be

forced to shed Empress Soraya
for the same reason, the Sunday

Dispatch said today.

ine utspatcn said sources in

Tehran already are mentioning
Iran's beautiful, 18-year-old Prin Princess
cess Princess Manour as a possible succes successor
sor successor to Soraya.

Talks On Prophets

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Testament propheta at the Bal-! MfirYl IP Liftlp
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PHOENIX, Ariz., Oct. 8 (UP) (UP)-Comedian
Comedian (UP)-Comedian Jimmy Durante, 63, and

Marei tittu HisMnspd l..t niht Ah." r .:. Tu .v L' Pi and its in

n.T.nr. ,nrt i,.r. Kfijia t Wi wiin a critical

m n nuu Alio II1UC IV KJ, III 1M n V

Under Islamic law, the news newspaper
paper newspaper said, the Shah must either
divorce a wife who bears him no

sons in their first five years ofi

marriage, or "take a second wife
who will have the full rights of
empress when she bears a son."
"Soraya has consulted gynecolo gynecologists
gists gynecologists in the United States, Russia
and Europe, and the Shah .has
carried out desperate politi political
cal political maneuvers to keep the wife
he loves . the Dispatch said.
"Every move they made has
failed, and the Empress today is
one of the unhappiest women in

the world."

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Puerto Rico May ft
Create Own fleet
Oi Merchant Ships

SAN JUAN, P.H., Oct, 8. (UP)

GOV. JLiUlS juuuv
rlled that Puerto Rico may
create its own merchat marine as
"way out oi the current shortage
Shipping between the Island and
the United States. j
"Puerto Rico's rapid economic
development must not be
ed by a shipping 'shortage, the
Governor safd just before he took
off for Miami en route to Wash-
its Mi-All

Lamenting the current shortage
. .u;. fsirrv Puerto Rkos

sugar crop to the mainland,

"The government will take all
stens necessary to correct this
.,r.n future threats, as the is

land cannot survive vjiUiout ad
equate water communications.

As an alternative to creating
merchant marine.

xdifinz'aaid he was considering

extending help to private interests

to giv Puerto HIM Deuer mi
time services.

Referring to the November e e-lections,
lections, e-lections, Munoz predicted that
hi; Popular Democratic Party will
gcore another landslide, winning
all senatorial districts and all or
most of the muncipal govern governments,
ments, governments, as well as his own re-election
for a third four-year term.
h, tirct nnnularlv- elected gov-

rnor of the island, Munoz Marin

was first elected in 1W8 ana
elected in 1952.

He said the main local issues
In the election campaign are the
"maintenance of the commonwelth
status, not as a way station to in independence
dependence independence or statehood, and
keeping political power clearly
separated from economic power.

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Korean War Ended
Because Ike Wanted
If To, Solons Says

WASHINGTON. Oct. 8 fUPi

Sen. James H. Duff (P.-Pa.) said
today that the Korean War ended
. because of President Eisenhow

er's "determination that it must
end."

signment over

seas, and was
called to .his
present post as
pastor of Gam Gam-b
b Gam-b o a Union

Church.
In his earlier years as direc director
tor director of. student field activities,
he supervised the work of grad graduate
uate graduate students engaged In con conducting
ducting conducting forum programs, discus discussion
sion discussion groups and recreational
centers in greater Chicago area.
His graduate and professional

training was taken at the Uni-

Mohammed married Sorava l ot Chicago Union Theo Theo-early
early Theo-early in 1951. two vears after he!logical Seminary, the New School

a critical citmtinn

'flaimintf alladianoA in lu :j il n

Upon reacnin? from Plainfield N J revealed itkV n;. a e. 8 "c SB,a me ivommunists attn.
B .retirement; we dtfplaJs aV thTei wl i fc ors:

in ivot, ne a- jmg of the P5a r a d i s e Valley Union

greeo. u aucepi nacquet cluo wnere tney were! rn i

a pastoral as guests with other Hollywood stars, 'hower on

"Jimmy- won't set the date

act'y," Miss Little said, "but

will be sometime next year."
Durante's first wife died in 1943.

the Communists attri

sever uieir ties with the Soviet "the orosDeritv which th muntrv

has been eninvinc in the nact fou,

report to President Eisen- years, and the highly disruptive
on the government's anti : effprt nn the t'nmmnnitt mira.

Communist activities, Brownell ment nf the Mmi mvommoni'

divorced Egyptian Princess Faw Faw-zia,
zia, Faw-zia, sister of ousted ex-King Fa Fa-rouk.
rouk. Fa-rouk. Fawzia had produced no
sons in 10 years of marriage, al although
though although several daughters.

1

Funeral-Services

For Mrs. Hazle wood
Set For Tomorrow

of social Research, and Teach Teachers
ers Teachers College of Columbia University.

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Uea-I their pames at .the Y.M.C

A. in advance.

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Funeral services will be held

I tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock
Duff disnuted the rnntcntinn of in the Dan a m a riti WAclt&uon

Democratic presidential nominee', Methodist Church for Mrs. Ma Ma-Adlai
Adlai Ma-Adlai E. Stevenson that the w'aritilda Hnlewnnd a former T.n

ended not because of Mr. Eisen-Boca resident, who died at her
bower's intervention but because, Juan DiM home Saturday after

of the death

Josef Stalin.

of Soviet Premier

"Stalin's death was a pure coin

cidence and not the cause," Duff
said. "Ask the G.I.'s who fought
in Korea. Ask the Red North Ko Koreans.
reans. Koreans. Ask the Red Chinese,"
He said Stevenson's contention
is "merely further proof of Stevenson'-:
'wicked nonsensem'

Duff said that Mr. Eisenhower

prevented the Chinese Commun Communists
ists Communists from attacking Formosa by
advising them that further aggres aggression
sion aggression would be met by the full force

of US. strength. He noted that

Stalin was dead when the Reds

made their threat.

"If Stevenson believes that the
Red Chinese have become soft be be-CAUSE
CAUSE be-CAUSE OF Stalin's death," Duff
said, "he is the only informed per person
son person I know who thinks so."

a long illness.

A Panamanian, Mrs.
wood was 59 years old.

Britain Volunteers
To Mediate Between
Israel-Arab States

Hazel

SECURITIES IN PANAMA

Qnotatlom by
ARIAS. MATUSS1 A ASSOC! ATM
BU Art

The body will be transferred
at 2 p.m. from the Santo Tomas
Hospital morsue to the church,
where funeral services will be
conducted by Rev. Peter Swin-glehurst.

She is survived by her

band, Charles, a former Panama

Canal employe; and .her chil children,
dren, children, Mrs. Generosa Wesley,
Mrs. Aminta Warner, Violet,
Doris, Juancho, Roy, Allan, Clar Clarence
ence Clarence and Clifton and 33 grand-

cnuaren.

Founder 01 Merrill
Banking Firm Dies

Abattoir Nadonal 59
Banct liduclarlo 418
Blotanlgoa
Cemento Panama H
Cerrecetia Maclotwl .... U
Ch hi cans do Lecne .... 11
Clay eo ,.. a
Coco Cole ,"
CuentaS Comerclalee
Fret with Com. ..... &
Destuadere NaeloneJ ...
Financiers Istmena
Pre, with Cot, mm. 10
rtnansaa. S. A.
Fret wltk Com. Mna IB
tiierae j Lisa Prof. ... 47 11
ruerxa y 1m Crna ... it
Kotelee Interamerfcano. (84
General do Begutoe ....
Panamena do Acelteo ...
Panamefia de Fibre ... 22
Panamena de Secure 25
Panamefia de TaUaco .. It II "S
Toatro Bellavurt 'M
Teatro Central

Mother, Infant Son
Killed As Train
Slams Family Car
FORT' LAUDERDALE. F 1 a

Oct. 8 (UP) A speeding passen

ger irain siammed into a family
Car headino for rhumb iwir hora

yesterday, killing a 24-year old NEW YORK, Oct. 8 (UP) -Fu

mother and her infant son and se-! neral services will be held tomor tomor-riously
riously tomor-riously injuring her husband and1 row for Charles Edward Merrill,
another son. 70, founder and directing partner
I of the investment banking and
The highway patrot identified! brokerage firm Merrill Lynch,
the dead woman as Mrs. Donald: Pierce, Fenner & Beane.
Spalton, 24, of Fort Lauderdale. I ,, ... ,
Her 20-month-old son died shortlv! In 1.928 Merrill and Boston Eco Eco-after
after Eco-after arriving at North Broward nomlst Roger Babson were almost
. ainno in snnsinff the oOTnine disas-

The husband, a 26-vear-old eon- ter in the stock market. Merrill

struction worker, and Donald, Jr.,' was not widely Known ai me ume
S uiorr in rrltir.l nMt. anri his advice to hlS Customers

i did not nave a nouceauie cuch
The enffineer of thr Sfahnard the market. His firm, then E. A.

nflcpnonr train M T f Tl......... 1 liirrp Ar Co.. emerged from, tne at Ancon. Canal Zone, on the 5 day ol

c.iJ 1 -v.-... ,n .,, ,ch hnwever. m eXCCUCni tun- ueeeinuer. TO. ll ociutr. hi i iuit-

in- n,3 KU1IIK uinnn 111 in :, a..., . , rfl. H .n.w.r Ih. ..

miles per hour at the time of the- dition nd had no neea 10 Dorrow (i fjled lns, hini cop. 0

rrif hnl ll, sa il h ,li,ln'l o, s dollar lor US own aviuuin. which shall be served upon ine

down at the unmarked crossina

because the car seemed to be
slowing down and he thought it
would stop in time.

LONDON, Oct. 8 (UP) Brit Britain
ain Britain renewed its offer today to me

diate the Arab-Iraq conflict.

The offer was announced by a
foreign office spoikesman. He was
commenting on a call by Iraqi Pre Premier
mier Premier Nuri El Said for a permanent
settlement after eight years of spo
radic lighting.
The foreign office spokesman
pointed out that Britain frequent

ly has stressed the need lor a
solution of the Palestine problem.
"Her Majesty's Government na

turally welcomes the Iraqi Prime!
Minister's call for an urgent set settlement,"
tlement," settlement," the spokesman said.
"It will be recalled that the

iius-1 prime Minister (Sir Anthony E-

den) offered his good offices and
those of Her Majesty's 'govern 'government
ment 'government in this cause on Nov. 3 last
year in a speech at the Guild Hall.
"He urged the need for a com com-nromise
nromise com-nromise between the positions a-

dopted on the one hand by Israel
and on the other by the Arab

states.

,"Her Majesty's government re

mains ready to help the parties to

wards a peaceful solution in any

way they can."

LEGAL NOTICE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Canal Zone
United States District Court For The
District ( The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
Application ot Charles Henry Flasphal Flasphal-er
er Flasphal-er tor Admission to the Bar. No. 2098,
Civil. Citation.
it appearing to the Court from the
petition of the Bar Association of the
Panami Canal Zone, which was filed
and presented to the undersigned Judge

m the above entitled cause on use a
day ot October 1956. that Charles Henry
Flasphaler is accused ot having commit committed
ted committed a fraud upon this Court by conceal concealing
ing concealing a material fact relating to his moral

character, to wit: That the applicant was

a defendant in a criminal action in bteu

ben County, State of New York, during
the year 133, on charge of criminal
libel, and that said action resulted in
the conviction of the said Charles Flas-

Dhaler for criminal libel and that said

I. 1 UM. a fmi.

months in jail and pay a fine of ssofloo Army specialists will extract the
ill Steuben County New York State. j protein, properdin. It is hoped this
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED by the' .v..,,-.- uill nrnu. an ffMiv

Court thBt Charles Henry Flasphaler be j . Jl-.-n, ,rno..j
and he is hereby ordered and cited to reatment tor persons exposed 10

appear before the United Mates District i large miiuuins ui aiuiiuv lauiauuii

Court for the District of the Canal Zone

Convicts' Project

May Help Atomic
Radiation Victims

WALPOLE, Mass., Oct: 8 (UP)

Convicts at Walpole state prison
start today on a project which
may help the United States Army

find a treatment tor atomic raoia
lion sickness.
Over 400 prisoners have volun

tcered to create the "Walpole
plasma pool."
From the plasma they donate

The diesel engine of the 15-car
train caught the fender of the car,
spinning it around, tearing the, en engine
gine engine out and spewing wreckage
150 feet along the tracks.

Mrs. Spalton was thrown under

the wheels of the train and died!
instantly. The baby, apparently
sitting on her lap, was found lying!
beside the tracks.

DR. A. RAYMONDO
MEDICAL AND
SURGICAL CLINIC
TivoH Ave. Ne. 18-10.
By appointment.
Phone: Office t-2575,
Res. 3-3742.

A witness to the wreck, Jack
Bhutan,-said he found the three-year-o'd
lying on the fronl seal of
the car screaming, "Don't let it
hit me."
The train was heading south for
Miami. No charges wSe r e made

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with three person family
wishes to rent a complete completely
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which shall be served upon the s:u.

Charles Henrv Fasuhaler together Willi

a copy of this Citation, and to show
iiu It in there be why the Order

of this Court dated July 17. 1H4, shoulil

nnt h. v.ralrd and set aside, why hi

license to practice law before the Sev Several
eral Several Courts of the Canal Zone should
not be revoked, and why hi name

should not be. stricken from she Roll ol
Atinrnrv. nf the Canal Zone

Anil It further anrjearinB from thr

verified petition that the said Charle Charle-Henrv
Henrv Charle-Henrv Fla?nhaler Is a non-reldent m
Uie Canal Zone and his present addres addres-is
is addres-is unknown, it is further.
ORDERED that service of this Cita Citation
tion Citation and of the Petition be mailed to
the said Charles Henry Flasphaler in
care of : Homer Brooks. Attorney-at-law
Century Bldg., 4l Fifth Street N V,
Washington 1, D. C. the said Homer
Brooks being the attorney for the said
Chirle Henrv Flasphaler
Dated th S dav Ortober IIS
sr.nthrfe F. Crowe
JUliff.

A tnte cony.
C T. McCormlek. Jr.
Clerk nf Court.
Bv lots K. Harrison

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CA Gain I Am miim el c nj ft.ni.. nMMn. 1 .

ti T : , "6"" unrelenting program oi law en en-will
will en-will remain a serious threat to forcement

ur internal security so long as Brownell did not dkscuss anti anti-communist
communist anti-communist dictatorships threat- Communist government activities
en the peace of the world." I under previous Democratic ad ad-It
It ad-It is only by continuing to ex- ministrations. His statement cov cov-pose
pose cov-pose their tactics and activities ered events since 1952.

that we shall prevent the resur-j He said juries have convicted
gence of this international con- log Communist party leaders un un-spiracy
spiracy un-spiracy in the United States," he der the Smith Act in 18 separate
said- trials. Fourteen of the trials
The Communist party is now "have either been initiated or
trying to win a reversal of the carried to completion since Janu Janu-fmding
fmding Janu-fmding by the Subversive Activi- ary 1953," he said,
ties Control Board that it, is con-! He said 22 party functionaries
trolled by Moscow. The Justice' are awaiting trial under that law,
Department is opposing the move which makes it illegal to conspire
on grounds the American party to overthrow the government by
still is an agent of international force or violence,
communism.
Brownell said the achievement' r A in

of economic prosperity and the Uj AnQ IxOmOniO
work of the Justice Department
and FBI are "ample. prnfli,' that! Jo Meet UCt. 15
the Communist Mat in this! 1 W T,CC 1 T

country can be met "within the ln Rii-hnrCt'

... vMiiwivet

framework of our constitution and.

our judicial process". VIENNA, Oct. 8 (UP) The
Brownell's report was one of a United States and Communist Ro Ro-series
series Ro-series the White House has issued, mania will open negotiations i n
. . 1 In t l r i a i 1.

Detore ana curing me election nucnaresi uci. id aimea ai iiti-

campaign, and there will be proving cultural and economic re re-more.
more. re-more. White House Press Secre-, lations between the two countries,

tary James C. Hagerty said Mr. Radio Bucharest announced today.

Eisenhower had asked for mis ine Broadcast monitored nere
report, and was pleased with it.' said the American and Romanian
Brownell said Communist lead- delegations also will discuss prob prob-art,
art, prob-art, in two recent statements, lems of consular representation,
"now publicly declare that the The American delegation will be
Communist party in the United headed by Robert H. Thayer, U. S.
States has suffered such heavy minister to Romania.

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MICKEY ROONEY COMIC RIOT
IN NEW FILM WITH "FRANCIS"

1

Via Espatia No. 1 Tel. 3-1313

1. ... .ai.mriu In which he has Tftv taken part.

Mickey Rooney demlnates "Francis m The Haunted Bwe,
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new picture Mickey Is not the same character as was -toyed
by O'Connor, but, while he's a different youth, he ahso
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(barged By Police
As TroslHutors'
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. (UP)
A noted portrait photographer
and the operator of a model a a-gency
gency a-gency Thursday night were ar arrested
rested arrested in an apartment with
tour women on charges of oper operating
ating operating a prostitution rlag.
irancis Lederer, assistant chief
of Philadelphia County detec detectives,
tives, detectives, identified two of those ar arrested
rested arrested as Michael Denning, 44,
prominent Walnut Street por portrait
trait portrait photographer, and Bernard
Jacobs, 30, operator of the Ja Jacobs
cobs Jacobs Model Agency in mid-city.
The women were not identi identified
fied identified immediately. All six were to
appear before Common Pleas
Judge Gerald Flood later today.
Lederer, who was in charge of
the raid said all six were arrest arrested
ed arrested on a warrant signed by Judge
Flood. The warrant covered a
general morals charge.

According to Ledereri a quan quantity
tity quantity of pornographic literature
and obscene films and negatives
were found in the apartment.
Dist. Atty. Victor Blanc said
evidence against the suspects
was gathered during four
months of wiretapping. He de described
scribed described the group as "the biggest
and most outrageous ring to
have operated In the city."
Blanc said the model agency
"actually converted girls who
were trying to get work as mod models
els models into the most horrible form
of prostitution."
The district attorney indicat indicated
ed indicated further charges would be
made today in suburban Philadelphia.

Braniff Manager
Leaves For Sales
Parley In Dallas
R Robert Booth, manager of
Braniff Airwavs fnr Panama

left early Saturday morning on the

ki i onnnuuaor to Hr.rpnn trip

airline's international sales con

ference In Dallas, Texas, from
tomorrow through Thursday.
He was accompanied by Ca Ca-milo
milo Ca-milo Fabrega, Branilfs district
sales maanger, and Muriel I.
Mykland of Servicibs Mykland,
who also will attend the con conference.
ference. conference. More than 300 Bran Braniff
iff Braniff executive personnel from
51 cities the United States
and It Latin American coun countries
tries countries are expected to be pres present.
ent. present. The four-day conference will
be onened with a xuplenmino'

address bv comDanv nresident.

Chas. E. Beard. In addition to

talks by Braniff officers and
directors, the delegates will
hear nationallv-k nnwn snlpn py-

pert, executive and lecturer, w.
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Plans for expansion of Bran Braniff
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,vinr ri sts ONE Dodger centerfielder Duke Snider (running to first watches his towering three-run homer saH o"er
the rieht field scoreboard in Ebbets Field to tie the Yanks, 6-6, in the second inning. PeeWee Reese (rounding second) and
Junior Gilliam (Sundtag third) scored on the blow. The Dolg entron, 13-8.
Don Larsen Hurls Perfect Game
To Make World Series History

Don Larsen today made World Series history when he pitched a perfect game to lead the New York Yan Yankees
kees Yankees to a 2-0 victory over the world champion Brooklyn Dodgers before 64,519 delirious fans at the Yankee
Larsen was invincible as he set down 27 consecutive batters. Mickey Mantle, with a bases empty homer
into the right field seats, produced the game winning margin.
THp Yankees, held to onlv five hits by gallant old Sal Maglie, added an in- Vw?

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The victory gives the Yankees a 3- 2 margin as the scene shifts back to Eb Ebbets
bets Ebbets Field tomorrow. .
The closest the Dodgers came to scoring was in the fourth inning when
Duke Snider slashed a drive into the right field stands that was foul by a few
feet. Sandy Amoros also pumped one into the seats in the fifth inning that
went outside the line by inches.
But Larsen was not to be denied as he kept the Dodgers eating o u t of
his hands throughout, rarely getting be hind any hitter.
Probable starters for tomorrow's sixth game are Johnny Kucks or Bob
Turley for the Yankees and Don Newcombe or Clem Labine for the Dodders.
The play-by-play:

Offer To Manage
Montreal Royals

FIRST INNING
DODGERS: Jim Gilliam, leading off
against Yankee righthander Don Lar Lar-ten,
ten, Lar-ten, struck out. Pea Wee Reese, play playing
ing playing shortstop, struck out. Center
fielder Duke Snider lined out to right.
No runs, no hits, no errors, none
left.
YANKEES: Right fielder Hank Bau Bauer,
er, Bauer, facing Dodger righthander Sal
Maglie, popped out to short left field
Joe Collins, playing first, beunced out
to third. Center fielder Mickey Man Mantle
tle Mantle flied out to left. No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left.
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SECOND INNING
DODGERS: Third baseman Jackie
Robinson bounced a liner off Andy
Carey's glove but Gil McDougald
picked up the ball and got Robinson
on the throw to first. Gil Hodges,
first baseman, struck out. Sandy A-moio-.
playing left field, popped out
to short right field. No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left.
YANKEFS Catcher Yogi terra flied
to short left. Left fielder Eno Slaugh

ter skied to left. Second baseman Bil Billy
ly Billy Martin struck oot. No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left.

on balls, the first walk of the game.
Martin forced Slaughter at second.
McDougald lined out to short, Reese
throwing to first to double up Martin
No runs, no hits, no errors, none
left.
SIXTH INNING
DODGERS: Furillo popped out to
second. Campanella flied out to short

left. Maglie struck out. No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left,
YANKEES: Carey singled to cen center.
ter. center. Larsen sacrificed with a bunt that
dropped right in front of the plate.
Bauer singled to left to score Carey.
Collins singled to center, Bauer mov moving
ing moving to third. Mantle bounced out to
first, unassisted, Hodges throwing to
Campanella and trapping Bauer be between
tween between third and home, Robinson
making the tag in the rundown. One
run, three hits, no errors, one left.

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DODGERS: Gilliam grounded out to
short. Reese skied to center. Snider
flied out to left. No runs, no hits,
no errors, none left.
YANKEES: Berre fouled out to
third. Slaughter flied out to left. Mar Martin
tin Martin singled to left. McDougald walk walked.
ed. walked. Carey forced McDougald at sec second.
ond. second. No runs, one hit, no errors,
two left.
EIGHTH INNING
DODGERS: Robinson bounced
back to the mound. Hodges lined
out to third. Amoros flied out to
contar. No runs, no hits, no errors,
none loft.

YANKEES:
Bauer struck
out. No runs,
none loft.

Larson strucV out.
out. Collins struck
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DODGERS: Furillo flied to right.
Campanella grounded out to sec second.
ond. second. Dale Mitchell, pinchhitting for
Maglie, struck out as Larson com completed
pleted completed a perfect game. No runs,
no hits, no errors, none loft

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The first World Series game
of 1956, played in New York last
Wednesday afternoon, will be
shown over CFN Tolovision to tonight
night tonight -at 7 o'clock.
The kinescopes of the World
Series games, especially a i r r-mailod
mailod r-mailod to the Canal Zone by the
Armed Forces Radio and Televi Television
sion Television Service, will bo shown over
CFN throughout this wook at 1
p.m. on each day that the kine kinescopes
scopes kinescopes aro received.

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THIRD INNING
DODGERS: Right fielder Carl Fu Furillo
rillo Furillo lined out to right. Catcher Roy
Campanella struck out Maglie lined
out to Snider. No runs, no hits, no
errors, none toft.
YANKIES: Shortstop GH McDoug McDougald
ald McDougald grounded out to third. Third base baseman
man baseman Andy Carey fouled out to the
catcher. Larsen popped out to the
catcher. No runs, no hits, no errors,
none left.
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FOURTH INNING
DODGERS: Gilliam bounced out to
.econd. Reese grounded not to sec second.
ond. second. Snider struck out No runs, no
hits, no errors, none left.
YANKEES: Bauer grounded out to
fYrd. Collins struck out. Mantle sliced
a -'drive down the right field line into
tSe stands for a home run terra
flied out to deep left center One
ran, on hit, no errors, none left,
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FIFTH INNING
DODGERS: Robinson flied out to
right. Hodges flied out to deep left
center. Amoros bounced out to sec second.
ond. second. No runs, no hits, no errors,
" YANKIIS: Slaughter drew a base

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ager manager Casey Stengel is the pic picture
ture picture of puzzlement and disap disappointment
pointment disappointment as he sits in the
dugout during the seventh In Inning
ning Inning of the second World Se Series
ries Series R-ame. Casey had a bad
day as the Dodgers romped to
a 13-8 win.

NEW YORK, Oct. 8-(UP)
Jackie Robinson will be offered
the job as player-manager with
Montreal of the International

League by the parent Brooklyn

Dodgers alter the World series,
it was learned reliably today.
If Roh nson takes the post,
Which would pay an estimated
$25,000, he would become the
first Negro manager In base baseball
ball baseball history' and he would be
returning to the city where he
made his debut in organized
ball 11 years ago.
The Dodgers feel the 37-year-old
Robinson would prove a
"natural" at Montreal, where he
still is remembered for a lusty
.349 average that won him the
batting title in 1946 and where
attendance declined perceptibly
this year when the Royals fin finished
ished finished fourth under Greg Mul Mul-leavy.
leavy. Mul-leavy. Robinson has said in the past
that he "would like a crack at
managing' and last night at
World Series head quarters
Dodger owner Walter O'Malley
was sounded out by a spokes spokesman
man spokesman for the Vancouver club of
the pacific Coast League as to
the veteran third baseman's a a-vailablllty
vailablllty a-vailablllty for next year.
"Jackie had a good year with
us," O'Malley replied, -and as
lone as he plays we hope it will
be in a Brooklyn uniform."
Still, it is known that the
Dodgers would like to break in
Robinson as a player-manager
n their own system. The sub subject
ject subject has been discussed several
times by the Brooklyn brass
and the only thing they were
wa ting for was the "right
moment"
Dodger officials are convinced
Robinson has the necessary
leadership ability to manage and
if he should take the Montreal
post and do a good job, It is not
beyond the realm of possibility
that he might place himself in
line to manage even Brooklyn
some day.
Robinson's acceptance of the
Montreal job also would be to
to the Dodgers' liking in that it
would settle the hot-potato issue
of what to do with him now
that he Is going on 38 in Janu January
ary January and obviously is past his
playing peak.

32nd YEAR

PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1956

FIVE CENTS

Adlai Takes To Long Distance F.'ione
m.
To Drum Up Democrat k Campaign Funds

CHICAGO, Oct. 8 (UP)
Adlai E. Stevenson said today
he is "gravely concerned over
lack of funds" to pay for tele television
vision television broadcasts of h's Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic campaign speeches.
The Presidential candidate
took to the telephone to appeal
to Democratic chairmen of the
48 states and the District of Co

lumbia to drum up enthusiasm
for "Dollars for Democrats Day"
Oct. 16.
Stevenson scheduled an unu unusual
sual unusual conference call hookup to

iaiK 10 party ornciais.
S.evenson said the Oct. 16
doorbell-ringing drive for small
contributions 'is an urgent mis mission,
sion, mission, second only to getting out
the votes on election day."
"I need not tell you that so
far our overall campaign has
been progressing well," be
said. "All around us we sense
a rising tide of optimism,
which is completely justified.

we are winning tne cam

paign. But we must not be al allowed
lowed allowed to run out of gas. We
must continue to use this valua valuable,
ble, valuable, and costly, medium of tele television
vision television ito keep talking sense to
the American voter.
"And right now, we are grave gravely
ly gravely concerned over lack of funds
to pay for this vital television

communication," Stevenson said.

Stevenson said he hoped that
nearly 500,000 Democrats would

take part in the fund drive,
working more hours "and longer
If necessary."

He said money raised will be
used to buy TV time so thai
he and his running mate, Sen.
Estes Kef auver, can carry their
campaign "into 38 mllion tel television
evision television homes" before election
day.
Stevenson nlaced the rails

from his country home at Liber Liber-tyville
tyville Liber-tyville 111., northwest of here

Telephone company officials

said more than 40,000 miles of
cables, wires and microwave sys systems
tems systems and 21 phone companies
were involved in the complicaf-

ea nooKup.

Press secretarv riavtnn vrlt.

chey said that so far as he knew

mis was tne first time this
technique had been used.

mean wane Democratic na national
tional national chairman Paul M. But Butler
ler Butler accused President Eisen Eisenhower
hower Eisenhower yesterday of trying to
"stifle expression" and "black "blackout
out "blackout issues'' by saying Steven Stevenson's
son's Stevenson's draft views endanger U.
S. security.
Butler said on ABC's "Collese

Press Conference" television

program that the Democratic

presidential nominee has the
"duty and responsibility" to

speak out on public issues like
the draft.
He saiid contrary to Mr. Eisen Eisenhower's
hower's Eisenhower's statement Saturday, it
is "good and wholesome" for the
candidates to discuss the draft

and other campaign Issues.
Butler emphasized that Stev Stevenson
enson Stevenson did not call for an imme immediate
diate immediate end of the draft. He said
the nominee merely suggesttd
the draft law might be eliminat eliminated
ed eliminated if the country could maintain
adequate military strengh

hrough oher means.

Asked If Sevenson intends to
clarify his draft views, Butler

said Stevenson does not have
time to clear up "misrepresen-

Veeck Reported

Negotiating To Buy
Ringling Circus

NEW YORK, Oct. 8 (UP) -Bill

Veeck, former owner of the Cleve

land Indians and the St. Louis

Browns, was reported today by

the New York World-Telegram &

Sun to be negotiating for the pur

chase of Ringling Bros., Barnum

it Bailey circus for $2.5 million.
The newspaper said Veeck dis
cussed the mailer over the week

end with 'John Ringling North,
principal stockholder and president
of the circus. Also in on the talks
was Art Concello, former general
manage! of the circus. Concello

was reported to be one of the best

circus snowmen in the business.
It the deal should go through

the World-Telegram & Sun said,
it could mean a re-birth of the

tent circus which Ringling aban

doned this year as "a thing of the
past." Concello is known to favor

a circus under canvas.

If the Veeck-Concello interests
take over, the newspaper said, it
probably would mean a return to
the circus in the old tradition as
opposed to the Hollywood-Broadway
type of show North has built

up in recent years.
The newspaper said there were
a number of handicaps which
might prevent the sale. One is cur current
rent current indebtedness. Another would
require agreement of the minority
stockholders.
Neither north nor Veeck was a a-vailable
vailable a-vailable for immediate comment.

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Tito Apparently Wins Arguments With Khrushchev,
Russia Orders Satelites To Be Friends With Him

. LONDON, OCt. 8 tUfJ MOS

COW has ordered its East Europe European
an European satellites to make up with
Marsha! Tito but to avoid his
private brand of "independent
socialism," diplomatic sources
said today.
This course was reported to

have emerged from the secret
talks between Tito and Soviet
Communist Party leader Nikita
S. Khrushchev in their talks at
Yalta and in Yugoslavia.
Both Moscow and Belgrade
were silent on the Tito-Khrush

chev talks but indications reached
London that the two Communist!
leaders reached a compromise,.

with Tito winning a battle for his
own brand of Communism.
Diplomatic dispatches reported
this new policy was aimed at
making a closer alignment anions
the "peoples democracies."
The first apparent development
under this new policy was when
Bulgarian Communist leader To
dor Zhivkov conferred with Tito
this weekend and afterwards is issued
sued issued a statment saying it was
"natural" that wyugoslavia and
oCier Communist countries should
follow different paths to socialism.
Zhivkov la head of a Bulgarian
Parliamentary delegation sent to

Belgrade to wine out the en mites
of the Stalin age.
He said "evt.y Communist Par Party
ty Party has something to learn and to
utilize from the xeperiences of
another socia'usi couotry or Com
uiiinist Party."
His remarks gave emphasis to
the Yugoslav Communist Party
organ Borba's statements that
"certain differences" between
Yugoslavia and the Soviet Union
still exist.
The Zhivkov mission arrived in
Belgrade before Tito left for the
Crimea and talks between the
Bulgarian and Yugoslavia leaden

did not take place until! Saturday

and Sunday.
The Bulgarian mission is the
first of a series of delegations to
call on Tito to get the newest line.
An Italian Communist delegation
is already in Belgrade and Hun Hungarian,
garian, Hungarian, French and Polish delega delegations
tions delegations will fojjow.
There were indications Hun Hungary
gary Hungary would be next to get in line.
Jozsef Darvas, Hungary's Com Communist
munist Communist education minuter who
has made serious mistakes.
Darvas was a close associate
associate fo former Communist
Hungraian party bats Matyas

Rakosi who fought Tito'! brand of

communism.

tations" on his views reported

in most of the press."
He also defended Stevenson's
proposal for a ban on H-bomb
tests. He said "all of us should
be concerned about this race
among nations to get the most
destructive weapons,"
Butler dismissed as a "whole "wholesome
some "wholesome dissent" former President
Truman's disagreement with
Stevenson on the H-bomb test
issue.
Butler reiterated his predic

tion mat Stevenson will defeat
Mr. Elsenhower in the elections.
He also repeated his proposal,
made several times during the
past year, that Mr. Eisenhower

and Stevenson hold face-to-face
television debates on the key is is-!
! is-! sues.

He said such debates would
"throw grea light'' on the issues
for the people and enable both
candidates to "exchange views
in person."
Butler belittled Mr. Eisenhow

er's plan to campaign more ex-

icusjveiy among tne people.
He said the President "will

have to give the people answers"

on tne problems facing the coun country
try country and the people "will not be
satisfied with the answers."

Just 'smiles wort be endurl-i.

he said. "He will have to have

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